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Tjik very bo3t mnnuro for nil kinds of
flowers, strawborrios, nnd other small
fruits, la cow manure. In facl, actual
test lias demonstrated tllat It Is valuable
nsn manuro for all kinds of vegetation,
and better than anything elso for tho
flower and small fruit garden, Cows
feed upon licrbngo principally tho
grasses, in tbclr green or cured state
nnd tho very essence of that hcrbago is
applied to tho plaut3 in tho shape of
well fermented manuro. I saved tico
cords of this valuablo fertiliser last fall
and winter In tho following mannor:
I kept two cows, and a whcolbarrow
and spado In my barn lot. I built two
pens eight feet long, four feet high,
and four foot wide, and covered them
over with boards, lcavingonoend open.
Knowing tho value of this manuro, and
tho difficulty or saving It properly If left
lying about uncollected In tho yard for
tho pigs nnd other stock to destroy,
told one of my boys that I wanted him
to lake it up with tho spado and barrow
every morning and ovenlng, at milking
time, and wheel It to tho pons and
throw it in. By way of encouraging
him to do this work regularly, I agreed
to glvo him twenty-flvo cents every
Monday morning, as extra pay. lie
was faithful, and at tho end of four
months I had two cords of manure,
worth more than tho sumu quantity or
any other fertilizer known, at a cost or
only four dollars. 1 would not have
token twenty dollars for It tho first ot
March. At that tlmo I composted the
two heaps with an equal quantity of
sods rrom tho roadside, wetting down
tho mass With soap suds, and on tho
first of April applied it to my flower
borders and strawberry beds ; and such
flowers nnd fruit I never had before.
Its good effects will bo seen for years, or
as long as I deslro to keep tho beds In
cultivation with berries and flowers.
Stamford, Ky. ' Woodman.
This. Is an experience worthy of im
itation. Who can tell a better manuro
Ekedinci Si'KiNd I'ios. ltev. John
"W. Haskell, of Lisbon, Conn., bought
on May 1st, 18C0, a pig, eight weeks
and thrco days old. It was not largo of
Its uge, but was thrifty, and of tho most
approved breed in tho country. Ho
kept it till It was two hundred and
twenty-flvo days old (seven and ono
half months.) and then killed it, when
it weighed 837 pounds, having gained
an avcrago of ono nnd ono half pounds
a day from Its birth. Ho might havo
sold it at 15c. a pound, and It would
havo brought him $50.55.
On September 1st, ho bought another
pig six weeks old. Ho kept it until it
was ono hundred nnd twenty-two days
old (four months), and it weighed,
dressed and dry, 140 pounds, having
gained an avcrago of ono pound and two
and a half ounces a day.
Ho fid both on ono half wheat shorts
and one half Indian meal at first, grad
ually decreasing tho quantity of shots
and increasing tho quantity of meal,
until Iholast month, when tho shorts
were left out entirely.
In addition to tho meal, tho spring
pig had tho milk of a cow and heifer,
was regularly fed, and was permitted
the rango of a pen about twelve feet
long by six feet wide.
It is exceedingly raro that a hog
shows such an average Increase a3 tho
ono first named. Taking our Eastern
spring pigs, they are generally killed at
from nino to ten months old, and tho
general avo age is not over two hun
dred and fifty pounds a growth of less
than a pound a day.
"Wo bclicYO that our farmers could
save qultoa considerable sum by a more
careful nnd generous feeding of their
hogs. Tho general plan is to "keep
them along" during tho summer with
slops, sour milk, etc., waiting till fall
before feeding much grain; whereas
meal fed from tho day tho pig is four
wooks old till tho day it is killed, all
that it will bear and keep healthy, Is
money welLinvested. There can bo no
question about tho matter if corn can ho
bought for $1 20 a bushel, nnd pork
brings twelvo cents n pound.
Onions von Poultry. It is a well
known fact to tho owners of poultry
that tho occasional uso of onions, mix
ed and fed to poultry with their other
food, is ono of tho best ways of keeping
a yard of poultry in health, I am
afraid it hft3 not received tho attention
and uso that Its merits really demand.
I am well satisfied that tho uso of this
vegetable would prevent three-fourths
of tho diseases that a poultry yard Is
subject to. Not that it Isacure-allafter
disease has onco secured a hold, but I
know that I have cured cases of most
fcvcro croup by its uso" after standard
remedies bail fulled. I.bccomo convinc
ed that if ait article liko this would
euro, tho occasional uso of It would bo a
preventive, and such I have found It to
bo not only in croup, hut In all thoso
diseases that poultry arc liable to under
carelessness nnd mismanagement.
EowJs will readily eat If It 1 sliced flno
and mixed with their food. Glvo it as
often as once a week oftener if you
choose it will do them good. Hake a
trial of this vegetable, breeders of poul
try, and then you will know for a cer
talnty how to appreclato it. Ex,
Treatment of Young Pias! To
mako pigs thrive, tho feeder must tako
an interest in them watch their prog'
resa from day to day; seo what they
relish, giving them always enowjh but
never allowing them tolcavetviy. Keei
their appetites always whetted up.
When their mother is finally taken
away, they hardly miss her ,antlgo on
thriving without Interruption. What
is called mange results either from heat
of too many bolng together, or elso from
Insufficient food, It can bo cured by
removal of thoso two causes, and giv
ing a thorough washing nil over with
soap-lather and tepid water especially
behind tho oars. Till very cold weath
cr, glvo no straw, or if any la allowed,
chango it frequently. Nothing contrib
utes moro to mango In hogs than dirty
etraw. Sweep out thoroughly tho plank
floor, on which alone bogs should bo al
lowed to sleep, and whitewash tho sides
Boll or steam small potatoes, pump
kins, squashes, cabbages, turnips, also
meal, and feed tho young growing pigs
with them, Glvo them access to char
coal aud occasionally wood ashes, as an
appetizer, and thero is no difficulty in
making money out of pork. I'ractlcul
THE YOUNG FOLKS.
II V flKOItOK roorKit.
I'll (oil you of the queerest tad I
They called him Johnny Teatlnl ( '
A very orry way lie liud
Of novcr being cheerful.
Ho cried tho moment ho got up;
He mnde n din at dinner
With tears enough to nil a cup
Ho novcr grow much thinner.
Ho crlod lit splto of nil you said
To keep tho teem from streaming ;
He crlod when ho was put to bod j
Ho crl6d while he was dreaming,
His doleful eyes of pigmy slzo
W'oro dim with ovcrilowlng ;
A walking shower-bath ho was
The shower forever going,
They told him that the moon was round,
Enough, that set him bawling;
Ho scared the kittens off the ground
By constant caterwauling,
nut though his tears tell thick nnd fast,
They never did his woes end;
Folks wondered how tho drops could last;
They trickled down his no&e end.
His kites were never made to suit;
Ot course that made htm bellow.
He crlod for green, forbidden fruit
This aggravating fellow.
Why, If you only called his name,
In team you made him Jump up;
It really was a perfect shame,
Tho number ho could pump up.
What cared ho for tho sprlng-tlmo days,
l'or flowers, or this or that bird?
Why, when ho went hli moody ways
Each roblu, Jay, aud cat-bird
Flow up and shook Its downy head.
While gayly hummed tho May-Tico;
And this Is what tho birdies said;
"Cheer up, cheer up, cry-baby."
And how pour Johnny's fato I slug :
He roso one mornlug early,
And In his eyes tho usual thing
There stood the tear-drops pearly,
Ho kicked, and splashed tho water round
They brought to wash his face In
Then quietly dissolved! they found
Ono huge tear In tho basin I
Piiockastination. A lady who
found It dlfllcult to awako as sho wished
In tho morning, purchased on alarm
watch. Theso watches are so contrived
as to strike with a very loud whirring
noise, at any hour tho owner pleases to
set them. Tho lady placed her watch
at tho head of tho bed, and found hcr-
fcelf effectually aroused by tho long rat
tling sound. Sho Immediately obeyed
tho summons, and felt better all day
for her early rising. This continued for
sevoral weeks. The alarm watch foUli-
fully performed Its olBce, and was dis
tinctly heard so long as It was opeped.
But nftera tiuio, the lady grow tired of
early rising; and, when sho was wak
ened by tho noisy monitor, sko merely
turned herself nnd slept again. In a
few days tho watch ceased to rouso her
from slumber. It spoko just as loudly as
over, but sho did not hear It becauscsho
had acquired tho habit of disobeying it.
Fiudirig that sho might Just as well be
without an alarm watch,sho formed tho
wise resolution, that ir sho over heard
tho sound again, sho would Jump up
instantly, and that sho never would
allow herseir to disobey tho friendly
Just solt is with conscience. 1 f tvo obey
Its dictates, even to tho most trifling
particulars, wo always hear its voice,
clear aud strong; but if wo allow our
selves to do what wo have somo rears
may not bo quite right, wo shall grow
more sleepy until tho volceof conscience
has no longer any rower to awaken us.
Dime Novels. A certain minister
of tho Methodist church has a son, who
returned from school n few months since
with a report of cholarshlp below the
"Well," said hlafather'you've fallen
behind this month, have you."
"How did that happen?" '
"Don't know sir."
Tho father knew if the son did not.
Ho had observed a number of dime
novels scattered about tho house, but
had not thought It worth while tosay
anything until a fitting opportunity
should ofler itself. A basket of apples
stood upon tho floor. And ho said:
"Empty out those apples, and tako tho
basket and bring It to mo half foil tr
Suspecting nothing, tho son obeyp,
"And now," ho continued, "put thoso
apples back into tho basket."
Vhcn half of theapples wero replaced,
tho son said:
"Father, they roll off. I can't put In
"Put 'em In, I tell you."
"Ilut, father, I can't put them in."
"Put them In?" No, of courso you
can't put them in. Do you expect to
fill a basket half full or chips and then
fill It up with apples? You said you
didn't know why you foil behind at
school; and I will tell you. Your mind
is liko that basket. It will not hold
moro than so much. And hero you' vo
been, tho past mouth, filling it up with
chip nuvtVlme novels."
Tho boy turned on his heel, whistled,
and said, "Whow! I seo tho point."
Not ndlino novel has boon seen In tho
house from that day to this, Kz
A Kind Word To Young Men.
Thero Is nothing that clings so per
tinaciously to an Individual ns habits
acquired In early youth. The boy who
lounges away his evenings on tho corner,
In tho lager beer saloon, or In idlo and
unprofitable conversation Is laying up
for himself o.storo ofmlsery which will
plaguo him for tho rest of his lire, and
tho youth who at eighteen makes tho
humiliating confession that hols already
bo completely tho slavo of tobacco or ar
dent spirits, that ho cannot glvo them
up, Is to bo regnrded with pity. Good
habits, acquired In early Hfo nrojusl as
lasting as bad ones. Tho young man
who spends lib evenings at homo in
pleasant nnd profitable study, or In tho
company of thoso from whoso nssocla
Hons ho will lenru only that which Is
good nnd ennobling, must havo a do
praved heart und tasto If ho docs not
become n useful man. Such thoughts as
thoso should be pondered wll.by the
young men of tlio present generation,
so many of whom nro wasting precious
moments nnd hours In moro than profit
A Testimonial. 'Denr Doctor: I
will bo 170 years old, next October. For
03 years I havo been an Invalid, unablo
to movo except when stirred with a
lover; but n year ajro last Thursday I
heard of tho Graulcular syrup. I
bought 11 buttle, smelt at tho cork,
and found myself a now man. I
cai. now run twolvo and a half miles an
hour, and throw nlno somersaults with
out stooping. I 8. A llttlo of your
Allcumstoutum tJalvo applied to tho
wooden leg, reduced a compound frac
turo In nineteen minutes, and Is now
covering tho limb with a fresh cutlclo
of whlto gum plno baric. Amerie an
COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY,
Stovos nnd Tinwaro.
TKW BTOVE AND TIN S1I01
Main Street cine dnnr nbovo II MentlclihaX'a
A largo assortment or Htovs, Heaters ana
Ranges constantly on hand, and fur salo at tho
Tinning In Bit Us branches carefully attended to,
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Tin work of nil kinds wholesalo and retail, A
trial Is requested.
gTOVEd AND TINWARE.
a. at. nur&iir
announces to bis friends nnd customers that
continues the above buslnoss at his old placo on
MAIN BTHEET, BLOOMSIIuna,
Customers can bo accomodated with
of nil kinds, "Stovepipes, Tinware, nnd every va
riety or article found In a Btovo and Tinware Es
tablishment In tho cities, and on tho most reason
able terms, Kepalrliigdouoattheshorteslnoltco,
'& DOZEN UII.K-PANH
on hand for salo.
"VTEW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
ON MAIN STREET, NKAItt.Y OFrOSITK NILlEIt'
The undersigned hns Just fitted up and opened
STOVE AND TIN SHOP,
u this place, where ho Is prepared to make up
new Tin Wakk of all kinds In his lino, and do
repairing with neatness and dispatch, upon tho
most reasonablo terms. Ho also keeps on hand
STOVES OF VAItlOUH PATTEKNS & STYLES,
which he will sell unon terms to suit nurrhasersi
Give htm n call, lie Is n good mccliaulo, and
uescrving oi mo puuno patronage.
Uloomsburg, April 20. 1807.
iVItl'LESS & HAItMAN,
EAot.K rovsnny and manufacturing: Eiior.
STOVES A rLOWS WHOLESALE 4 II ETA I L
TIIK CEXiKnKATKD MONTJIOSK IRON BEAM ANI1
THIS 1IUTTON WOODEN BEAM PLOWS.
Castlnffs and Klre Brick for renalrlneclty Stoves.
h All kinds of Brass ur Iron failing made to order
upon snort nonce.
B. F. HHAltl'LUJS A F. B. HAUMAN,
lllnomsburg, Fa. Proprietor.
Q HANG H VJ LLH FOUNDRY,
.MACHINE SHOP AND AUIIICUI.TUHAI.
TIih uiutt'rsli'iieil desires to inform his Mends
ami tho public generally, that holms rebuilt and
enlarged mis rouiiury unu iiiiciiiiirmiuii,iiijii re
moved all hlsbUKlness Horn Light btrtet tu the
abovo named place, wheio tu cnunecMon with
hU Foundry ho will continue to mauulacturu
Wheeler's Hallway Chain Horse-Power nnd
Thresher, (liiipiovcd), CarucU'a Fatenl.
THHEHHEIt AND CLEANF.lt,
either overshot for Tread-rower or umlcrkhol
with Lever-Power. Ho ulo lnahulucttiri-s to
oi der and Ills up nil kinds ot
Circular Saw Mandrels, Patent Slides for Saw
Mills, tho latest Improved lion Ileam Flows of
dlllerent kinds Wooden Ucam Flows, Double
Corn Flows, and Flow Points of every descrip
tion generally used throughout tho county.
IRON KETTLES, 1JELLS
Cellar Orates, Stoves, Sled and Sleigh Soles, aud
In fact everything generally made In a country
Foundry. Those wishing to purchase Machines
would do well to examine his machines, and the
Improvements made on tho powcr,by which ut
least 3) per cent, or the lrlctlon Is ti'ken off.
ALL MACHINES AHE WAllUANTED
to glvo good satisfaction, and terms made to suit
fairchnsers. All kinds cf cr untry produce taken
n exchange for Plows and castings.
Thankful to his friends and putrons for past
favors ho would still continue to soltaltlhe same.
Apr,9,6D-tf Orungevllle Pa.
Wall Paper and Painting,
TO I1UILDEI13, HOUSEHOLDERS & TENANTS.
The undersigned would nnnouuco to tho citi
zens of llloomsburg and vicinity that ho Is pro
pared to execulo
II O US E, H I 0 N, AND O It N AM E N T A L
In nil lUi branches.
Carefully attended to.
Strict attention to business and good workman
ship It is believed will mcnt nf.ilr showof public
Shop on Catharine Street between Third and
MarA'CU-Iy. WM. F. CODINE.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Pliny Freoman, President, II. C. Freeman, Sec
Cash capital over 52,000,000, all paid.
HOIJISON, IU.OOMSI5UP.G, I'A
For Luzerne, Lycoming and Columbia
N S U It A N CE AGENCY,
Wyoming - UTO.iXHj
Fulton - 300,000
North America 360,000
City.. .... 100,000
Putnam - 630,000
Farmers' Danville 600,000
Albany City , 400.000
Lancaster City a 0,000
York Horse, Death & Theft.... U,000
Home, New Haven 1,000,000
Danville, Hurso Theft
F11EA8 mtOWN, tfinif,
mal8.C9-ly.' BLOOUSKUna, PA
For Purs Water, m
tbia celebrated rump,
durable mJ relia
itej iufcl to tb
wooden Pump, tod
coat lesi than half tho
montr. Kair arranged
10 u to to con-freeilnx,
and la com t ruction 10 iluple
that anv one can put It up and
keep it In repair.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST PUMP NOW MAD-
K N T I ST li Y .
tU C. 1IOWKU, DENTIHT,
U provided with the latest Improved Pokcm.ain
1KKTI1 Wlliuil will ue inserted uu ifiiiu iuuiiiik.
silver and rubber hose 10 look as velljn,the nat
ural teeth. Teeth extracted hv all the newauil
mcKtupproved methods, and -ill operations on
tile loeifi carefullvnlid nroneijV lltlctldrd In.
Residence nnd otllea u few doors above the
court House, sumo side,
nitAND OPENING OF FUIINI
VJT 1VUK OPFOSITJS Til K OLD Kl'ISCOPAL
CHUUUII, llI.OUMHHUltU, Pa.
Tho undersigned having Just returned from
tho cities with a large assortment ot Furnlturo
nnd chairs of all kinds, also a largo assortment
01 trunus, traveling nacs,
confident he can sell cheuni
Sbacs, and cedar ware, feels
cheaper than nny Furniture
dealer In this county. Material for repairing
Hofui und Lounges constantly on hand. Lumber
or country produce taken lu ejecbauye for furni
ture. I'leasoKhe hluiiv.eull belo'-e purchasing
emewnere. w il. llAmi.
N 0 T
I 0 E.
All nersons knowlnir themselves to he lndebt.
cd toJ. II. purse or J. 11. l'urel& Co .wlllpleue
call and settle their acoouuui by thellrst of April
next us we wish to havo the Jlooks settled up
J. 11. 1'UitSEL CO.
llloomsburg, Feb. 18, 1870-4t
1 BUSINESS OABD3,
J VIHITINU CAltDB,
Neatly nnd Cheaply Frlntctl
From I ho Latest Styles or Type at the
Drugs and Chemicals.
pikknix rECTOUAii cuitEs cotraii
l'lltKNIX I'KKTOHAb CUHKR COUOlli
l'MKNIX PECTOHAIi CUH1M COUUHt
Tltn Plironlv t'wtnrnl will cure lhn disposes nf
tho Throat nnd Lungs, such n Colds, Cough.
Croup, Aslhmn.llronchltls, Catarrh, fore Throat
Hoarseness, wiiouimiKuuiigii, imu i uiiuuiimj
Consumption. This medicine Is prepared by Dr.
Levi Oberhollierof Philadelphia, and formerly
of Fhcrnlxvlllo, Fn,, nnd although It has only
been oircrcd for II vo years, more than ono mill
Ion bottles havo nlrendy been sold, nnd the de
mand ror it is increasing every nay, .Many oi
lhn llctnll Drinralsts buv it In hits of five cross.
nnd not n few of tho Country Storekeepers try
ono gross am time, nearly every ono wno inn
ever sold It testified to Its popularity, and nearly
all who havo used it, bear testimony to Its won
derful power In curing Cough. Wo are confident
that there U no known lneillclno of such great
vnluo to tho community as tho Plucn It Pectoral.
It hns cured cases of tho most painful and dis
tressing eoimh, of years standing.
It Iiiin ulvpn Instant relief In snellsnf cotlll tllltr.
It has instantly stopped tho paroxysm of
Whooping uongn, ana greatly snoi leneti us mi'
II tin. pnrpil f'rnun In n fpw minute..
Consumption has been cured by II, where all
nll.ny votnp,llp1inil fi.Mpil In ,1 pnml.
Hoarseness has been cured by It in n sluglo
.Many physicians recommend It.nnd others uso
11 themselves nnd ndmlnlstcr It in their pracllco
while others opposo It beeauso It Hikes nway
Wn mpniniiirliil It 1 n nnr rpnitprM und for fur1
Iherpartlculars. would refer you to tho circular
uround tho bottlow hero you will find numerous
certincates given ny persons wno nave useu it.
It lssopleasanttolho taste that children cry
It Is astlmulatlnKexueetorniitiElvluKstrcngth
at tho same tlmo that it allays tho cough.
Tho proprietor of ihls medicine has so inucli
confidence In Its curative powers from tho testi
mony of thousands who havo used It that the
money will bo refunded to any purchaser who Is
noi saiisncu wiin mo euecis.
It Is so cheap that all can buy It.
Price li Cents, Largo Uottlcs tl.uu
Ills prepai ed on 1 y by
No. 15S North Third Stleet, Philadelphia,
N. 11, If your nearest Druggist or blorokeeper
does not havo lids inedlclno ask him to iret It for
you, nnd do not let him put you on" with some
oilier preparation uecause uu uiaices moru mon
ey on lli but go or send at onco to soino store
wneroyoii Know it is Kepr. orsenu 10 jr. uoer-
IIOII7PT. MOIII IIV 1.. 1'. I.IIIK lirilKiriHi. I11I1IIII13-
burg, nnd II. W. Creasy, ,t Co., Light Street, nnd
nearly every uiugglsl aim sioreicteper in c-oiuui'
u cc. nvtj-um,
Tho uudersluncd would Inform the cood neonlo
ofUloomsburg nnd sutruundlngs, that he has
moved his Drug Htore from tho old stand to his
ficw uooms, on ino wesc sine oi wuiu sirccc.
uelow Marxcc Aim inai no lias luuy repienisn
ed his stock of lulu's. Medicines. Chemicals. Pat
ent Medicines, Pcilumcry, nnd Yankee Notions.
Coal Oil Lamps nnd Lanterns. Lamp Shades
nnd Fixtures cetierally, for repairing tho worn,
Coloring nnd Dyeing matorlal furnished to suit,
any quantity, and for nny Shade or Color.
Funicular attention pata to putting up Physi
cians' and Family Prescriptions. Thankful for
past lavours, no woum oncii a comiuuauco oi
the same. HcmcmbcrtlieNewStaud. on Main
Street, west side, below Market.
uec. ju, ey-ijin, bnuiiuM i.iiuia.
Tho Advertiser, havlne boen restored to health
In a few weeks, by n very simple remedy, after
having suffered sovcral years with a severe lung
affection, aud that dread disease, i 'onsumptlon
is anxious to mako known to his fellow-suller-crs
the means of euro.
To ull who deslro it, bo will send ncopy of the
prescription used (free of charge.) witli the direc
tions for preparing and using tho hame, which
they will lind a sure Cure for Consumption.Astli
ma, llronchllls etc. The object of the adver
tiser, in sending mo Prescription is to ucnent
thealllictcd, and spread information which he
conceives to bo invaluable: nnd lie bono every
sulfererwlll try his remedy, as it will cost them
uoiiiing, auu may prove n uiehsing.
Pintles wl&hlne; the prescription, will pleaso
nddrchs llEV.EUWAilD A. WILSON.
Williamsburg. Kings county, New York.
A YEA.K AND EX
ii:msks To uncnts to Kelt the celebrated WIIAO.N HKAV-
INd MAClUNim. The best macliiuo lu tho
world, tilttch alike vn both aides. Unk Maciunk
without Monkv. For ltuthtT pan iculurH, atl-
urch8 JiN. uui St., rniiia'tv, l'a. reuirio-tr.
J KSTATK OK GEO. KELTIE, HEO'D.
i.cuer.s le&iuineiunry on ino Chime or ucorgo
fCellcr. into of FiHlihicureek towiihhln. Columbia
county tlec'il. liavo been crantcd by tbo Ueslstcr
of ha lil cotmtv to Kusati Keller of Flttblmicreek.
touimuui eouniy, 1 a. au CTttn :n uaviiiR claims
against tho CKtaieaTo retiuested tojireKent them
iu uiu jjhtuuis iu voiuinuin conuiy. liioho
luil eb ted to the estate either on note, judgment,
mortKOKO'or book account will maku imyment
TO Til U WORKINO LLAk.S re urn now
prepared to furnthh nil classes with constant em-
pioyioeni i jiome, me wnoieoi inoiime or lor
tho sparo moments, lluslucua new, light and
fr on table, I'ersous ot cither sex easily earn
rom Sue to 83 per eveulnp, and a proportional
sum by devoting their whole tlmo to the busl
nom. Hoys and girls earn nearly us much us
men, iiiut an who bso inis noiico may bena
tncir aaarebs.ana test th business, we make
IhU unparalleled otter: To such us are not
well satlfttlcd, wo will tsend SI to pay for the
trouble of wrltlncr. Full nartieuliira. n valuobln
ganipie, wmcii win uo 10 commence worK on
und ncopy of The People's Litcraw Omipanlwi
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He. no w e it,
ipcncd a flrst-rlnss
llOOT, SHOE, HAT CAI', AND Kim STORE,
at the old stand nu Main Street, Uloomsburg,a few
uwi.liuui. IUVUJIII, JJUU.O, ills BUM 1 IS COIU'
posedof the very latest unit hcststvlescver oQer.
ed to the citizen of Columbia Countv. 11a can
accommodate the puhllo with the following goods
i., .iiviunr., urn, jiieii . iietivy uouuiu suieil
stoga boots, ineu'u double nud single tap soled
kip boots, men's heavy stosa shoes of ull kinds.
ineu's tine boots and shoes of nil grades, boy's
double soled boots and.thoc or ull kind., meu's
glovo kid llalmural shoes.meu's, women's, boys's
and misses' lasting gutters, women's glove kid
l'ollsh very flue.woiueii's morocco lialii'oralsand
can siioes. women a very nue Kia nutioued gall'
ers. In short boot, ot all descriptions both peg
ged and sewed.
He would also call atteutlou to bis fine assort'
HATH, UAKS, KUIM AND NOTIONS.
which comprises all the new and popular vurl
etles ut prices which cunnotfallto suit all. These
goods are ollered at the lowest cash rules uud
will bo guaranteed to give sutlsfuctlou, A rll
Is solicited before purchasing elsewhere as it is
ueueveu imu beuer uargaiua are to be loiuu
man ui any otuer place tu me couuiy,
T ACKlAWANNA and blooms-
IJ 11IIIKI RAJLIIOAD
On and ertar Jan, 17, 1570, Passenger Trains will
p.m. a. m.
p.m. a. m
Scrantou 8.13' 11.00
Plltslon S.1I 10.S0 4.33 7.60
Klucston .., 7.a 1u.u1 0.00 k.m
Plymouth 7.31 IMS 6.10 WVi
Hlilckslilnny.,., 7.6S 0.(0 0.10 11.111
licrwicK m C-J u,i
llloom ... MS TJil 7.30 10.17
DaUVlllO 4.60 7.15 8.10 10.65
Lcavo Leave Arrive Arrive
North'd 4.1J 0.1i 8.15 11.31
Connection mado atHcranton by tho 10.40 a.m.
train ror flrent llcntl. lllnahamton. Albiinvnnd
all points North, East nnd West.
' 11 T. ItnlTMIl Qm.'l.
iHATAWISSA BAILROAD-O11 and
J after MT5NDAY, Hep. 0, t8M, PuascURer
trains on tho Cntawlssa Iluilroad will run ut the
following named hours 1
Arr, (I.01) p. 111.
" (.10 '
" 4.00 "
" 3.10 "
, " 3.32 "
" 2.2.5 "
" 1.50 "
" 1.10 "
" 1.80 "
' 1.10 '
" 10.10 a.m.
Dep. K. I)n, 111
" 0.17 "
" 10.(1", "
" 10.15 "
" 11.05 "
" 11.17 '
" IMS "
" l.'JO "
" ,1.5 "Dluc.Tamanua.
" 4.25 " lteadlnir.
Arr. 0.15 " I'liiladclphla.
To New York via. Head-
I lug or Mnucii Chunk.
From New York via, I
ninn.il fiinlp r
NoChanueof enrs between Wllllamsport and
Phlladellillla. GEO. WU11U Buy'U
gllOWN'S FAST FIIEIOIIT
FItO.M PHILADCLPHIA TO IlI.OO.MHllUlt(l,
and lutermedtato points. Goods forwarded with
care and despatch and nt low rates.
(loods, ot Philadelphia, must be delivered at
Itltner v Co's. 811 Market hired, For full par
ticulars, apply to
WAltE A r.oniNSON, Proprietors,
Aug. 20.'03-tr. It, It. Depot, liloomsburg.Pn.
NOUTIIEUN OENTHAIi RAIL
WAY. On und after Nov. 15th 1809. Trains wb
leavo Nouthumiikhi.and na follows :
Vfi a. m.. Dally to WilMamsnon, (except Sunday)
lot Klmlra, can and alalia, Itochester, ItuUulo.
Husnonslon Uriilne. nud N. Knlls.
050 p. M., Dally, (expeiil Kuudays) for Elm Ira and
lUUTulo via Krle lutlway from Klmlra
b.'M i', si., lJally,(exccplHumluys) lor Wllllams-
IQ.C3 A.M. Dally (except Monday's) for Baltimore
WILMINGTON AND PlIlLADELPniA.
U.lif V, M. Dally (exceptSunday's)for Baltimore
WatlilniUon aud rnUadelphla.
KD. H. YOHNO,
(loneral Tassenger Agent.
Ar.ria:i) H. 1'j.skk, (JfM'l Hup!.,
Monday, Dgcgmiikk 27th, 1SC9,
Great Trunk Line from tho North nnd North
west forrhlladclplila.Now York, Heaillng, 1'otls
vllle, Tninaqua, Ashland, Hhamoktn Lebanon
Allentown, K.iston. Epbrata, Lltiz, Lancaster,
Trains leave Harrlsburg for New York, as fol
lows: At 5,y.j, and H,lu u. mM V2,'20 noon and
p. mM connecting with similar trains ou
lVnua. 1 tall road, uud arriving ut Now York nt
12,15 noon, 3,4Ultt50 and 10,00 j. m, lesp'ectlvely.
sleeping cars accompany tho 5,3 ju. inland 12.20
noon traius without change.
UelurniiiL': Leave New York nt 0,00 a.m. and
12.00 uoon aud 6.U0 p. in. riilladelphfa ut 8.15
a in, and a.3U p. m. Kleeping cars accompany
tbe y,oa a. m., and 5,00 p.m., trains from N. Y,
Leave llarrtuburg for Heading, Pottsville, Ta
matmu, Mlnersvllle, Asliland, tilmmokln l'iue
Urove, Allentown tfc l'hlla'd. ut U.lOu.m.. it 2,05 &
4,10 p.m., b top plug at Lebanon and principal way
Rtutlous; the 4,10pm. tialn connecting for PliU'a
l'ottsvllle and Columbia only, For rotUville
Hchuvlklll Haven nud Auburn, via Bchuvlkill
und Husfiueliuuna Iluilroad, leuvo Harrlsburg ut
Way Passenger Train leaves Philadelphia at
7,30 a.m., connecting with tdmilar train on East
Pa, railroad returning from Heading ut 0,35 p. in.
stojiplng at alt stations.
Leave Pottsville at 5. Wand 0.00 n.m..and S.li ii.ni.
llcrndou at V.30 a. in., Uhamokin at 5,10 und 10,10
a, in., Ashland at 7,05 a.m. and 12;t0 noon Tama
quanitt3J a.m., aud 2,20 p. m.for Philadelphia
and New York.
' Leavo Pottsville via Kchnylklll and Snsque
huuna Iluilroad at 8,15 u.m. for Marrlsburg, und
li.ttuu. iu,,ju i iuuuiuvuuuu xrumum,
Heading Accommodation Train leaves Potts
villo at 6. 10 a. m,, passes Heading at 7,30 u. m ar
riving at Philadelphia at 10.20 n. in. Ueturnlntr,
leaven Philadelphia ut 4,15 p. m., passing Head
lngat 7.10 p.m., arrlvlngut Pottsville utu.30p.m.
l'ottstown Accommodation Traimleaves Potts.
town nt 0,15 a.m.,, icturulug, leaves Phlladelpiila
at 4,00 p.m.
Columbia Railroad Tialnu lcavo Heading at
7,1 j a.m., ami o-jj p.m. lor jpuraia, Litiz, ljancns
Perk lorn en llall Hond Trains leave Perklomen
Junction nt 0,00 u. in., il.Q) & 5.IW p. m. returning:
leave Hchwenksvll lo at ti.0.5 a.m., 12.45 noon, and
4.15 p.m.. conuecllng with Himllar trains ou
Heading Hall road.
Colcbrookdale Pall road trains leave Pottstown
nt 0.10 a. m and 0.20 p. mMicturnlng leave Muunt
Pleasant at 7.00 and 11.25 a. in., connecting with
Criester Vullev Hailroad Tinlus lcavo Tliklce
nort nt K.yoa. m. nud 2.0.1 and 5.02 n. m. rctumtmr.
euvu ik)wiiiui;iuii nt u.j.u a, in,, jam noon ana
i.15 n. m.. con ucc tine wilh similar truii,s tin
On Hundavs. leave New York nt fi.00 n.in.. Phil.
plilaut 8,00 u.m, and 3,15 p.m., (the 8.00 u.m. train
ruuuiijg umy 10 iveuuing;; I'OLisviiio o,vu a.m.
HarrlKburg at 5.35 a. m. and 4.10 p. in, nnd
burg, at 7.23a. m. ior'New York, "und nt 0.40 u.m
nud 4,25 p. m. for I'liiladclphla.
uoinmuinuon, mileage, weapon, bcnooi anu
Kxcurslon 'lickets tu und from ull rolnts.nt m-
liaggnge checked through; 100 pounds allowed
Heading, Vt,, Dec, 27 ltJW.
DELAWABE. LACKAWANNA, &
WIXTKHN ItAILltOAD.-Wlnter arrange-
uieui. J Ull. II, 101 U. 4TUIUS 1CUVU us lOIIOWS.
Via M. A K. Dlvls.iA m.
Arl Now York. ILv
Foot Jlarclay &t.) 8.00
....Christopher BU... S.00
via tea, till, oi JS.J
(J'Xiut IJberlj 6t)
... is ew 1 1 a in pton .....
., Factory vlilo
...... n lcnoison.........
Atlllughamton with Erloltallwav. Mall Train
from New York couutcts'wlth the Express Mall,
leaving lllnghamlon ut 8.37 1'. M.,wllh n sleeping
Coach nttuched, stopping at nil stations, and
reaching Hullalo the uext morning at 6.20.
Accommodation Train from Hcrauton connects
with Way Train leaving lllugliomtou forOwego
and Ithaca and tho West nt 2.00 1'. sr.; also con
necting with Train on Syracuse, Illughumton &
N- X' V:1 ,u.r Byacusc, Oswego, Ac., at 6.10 p. m.
and with Train on Albany Ai Susquehanna It. 11,
fur Albany und the North at V.30 r. it
Mall Train lea es lllnahamton after the arrival
(3.17 A. M.) of the Night Express from llairalo.
Accommodation Train leaves lllnghamlon af.
ter th" nrrlvulcflhe Day Kxpress.leuvlug llull'u
lo at 7.00 a, i.; n'so, Train leaving Hyrocuso at
8,15 A, M.
Attjcranton, with Ijirknwaiiua it llloomsburg
It. 11., und Delawnro .V Hudson Canal Co. It. H ,
Mull Train from New York connects with Tinlns
for pulsion. Wlikeslmrre, llloomsburg, Dun.
vllle, Norlliiimberlauil.oiyphaut, Arclibuld.and
Curboiidale. Mull Train to New York, anil tho
Accommodation to lllngliumtou also connect
with trains uu the above-named roads. Tho Ac
commodation from Illnghamtnn connects with
Lickawauuu uud llloomsburg for I'lttslou Wy
oming, und wllkcs-liarre.
At Miini.ukii Chunk, with Ilclvldero Delaware
H. It., .Mall Trains from Now York nnd Iroia
Hlngliamton conucct wlth-the train from and to
l'hlludclplilu, ktopplng ut all statlona,
AtNew Hampton, with Central It. It. of New
Jersey, foraud Irom New York, Elisabeth, Plain
Held, Hmiierville, Ac.
At Washington, wtlh Morris At Essex It. It., for
New Ynrk.Kewark.Morrlstown, Dover, Huckctts
town, Huston, An. W, K, HALIWlCAD.Htipt.
11. A. HENRY, Ueu, Pass, uud Tkt. Agent.
G DEST III THE WORLD.iJf
New York OlIIco 27 DEEKUAN ST, '
Dxy Gooda & Notions.
jyj-HW BTOOK OF CLOTHING.
Fresh arrival of
FALL AND WINTMIt U00D8.
Invites attention to hl stock of
CHEAP AND FA8HIONA1ILE CLOTHINU.
at his storo ou
Main Htreet, twodoors abovo tho American Hmna
where ho has Just received front New Yolk and
Philadelphia n full nssoltment or
MEN AND HOYS' CLOTHINO,
Including tho most fashionable, dnrablo, nnd
IlOX, SACK, nOCO, OUM.AND 0IL-0L0TH
of all sorts, slscs and colors. Ho has also replen
ished hlsnlicady largo slock of
l'.W.Ij AND W1NTF.UHHAWI.S,
HTltlPEl), FJOUHKD. AND PLAIN V1MTH
SHirtTB, CIIAVAT9, STOCKS, C0LLA113
HUSPENDEKS, AND FANCY AUTICLES
Ho nas constantly on hand a largo and well-sc
cctcdnsRorl incut of
CLOTHS AND V15iTINGS,
which ho Is prepared lo make to order Into any
kind of clothing, on very short notice, and lu tho
best manner. Atl his clothlug is made to wear,
and most of It Is of homo manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELUY,
ofovcry description, fluo nnd cheap. Ills c.moo!
owelry Is notsurpassedlln thls'place. Call and
cTamluo his general assortmen of
CLOTHINO, WATCHES, JEWELUY, AC.
C. M A K i
iiavojiibt received from tho eastern markets
largo and well (selected utoclc of
1) It Y GOODS,
Talilo Lin nt,
t'ot ton A
Alt wool llmmeK
A K"d istoek of
LadU'H dri'Rs Koods,
L;4let btylcs X patterns.
HlIce of nil kiii'N.
Uocn stock urneerti'H.
WofMl A willow wari
Flour A Chop,
Also Kitchen Crystal Hoap for clcaiiluij Tin
IlrassAtr. All goods sold clienjo for canli or pro
Ho would call tho atteutlon of buyers to hi:
well and carefully selected a&fcorlment which
comprise1! overy thins usually kcjt In the conn
try. feeing confident that ho can sea them
goods at such prices as will ciiMirc satisfaction
Nov.5,'C9tf C.U. MAHK.
KHESH AKUIVAL OK
KALL AND WINTKH OOODH.
Tho subscriber has lust returned fluid the cltii
with another largo and select assortment ol
KALL Al.D WINTKH OOODH,
purchased lu New York and Philadelphia at the
owest figure, and which he Is determined to sell
on as moderato terms as cau bo procured elbe
wUero In Bloomsburg. Ills stock comprises
LADIES' DRESS OOODS
of the choicest styles, and latest fashions, together
with a large assortment of Dry Uoods aud On
ccrles, consisting of the following articles
Hoots and Hhocs,
Hats and Clips
AND NOTIONS GEN HALLY.
In short, everything usually kept In country
stores, to which no Invites tho attention of the
publlo generally. The highest price will ho paid
for country produce In exchango ror goods,
S. H. MILI.KH A HON,
Arcade Uulldlngs, llloomsburg, Pa.
Tho underslirnikl would rcuniu'iriillv niini,ii,'A
vu ino puuuu imu uu nas ojieucu II
KIHST-CLASS CONKECl'IONKHY HTOIIK,
In the building lately occupied by Fox A Webb
wuero no is prepared ro uiruisu an kinds or
PLAIN & FANCY CANDIES,
FOHEIUN & DOMliiTIO FltUlTH,
NUTS, RAISINS, 0., AC, AC.
ny wiioi.U8At.h; on hetaii..
In short, a lull assortment or alt goods
his Hue orbusliuus. A groat variety of
DO LLS, TOYS, Ac,
suitable for the Holidays,
II It E A D AND OA KHS.
of all kluds, rresli every day.
O II I H T M A H TOYS.
A call is sollcltcil, uud
Nov, 22, 1807.
E It O H A N II I S E
NOTICE IS HEHEUY (1IVEN
To my friends and the public generally, that all
are constantly on hand ami lor tale
A-r HAHTON'S OLD BTAND
JAMES K. EYEH
tTTAUo, Sole Agent for:EJ.I.a I'hosphate or
I hk, Laige lot constantly on hand. febS'W,
M. O. SLOAN A llUOTHKlt
Havo ou hand and for ialo nt tho most lease
bio rates u splendid stuck of
and every description of Wagon, both
PLAIN AND KANOY
warranted to ho made of Iho best ami mo.il. ilnr.
ablo inuterlals. and by the most experienced
workmen, All work sunt out fiom the estab
lishment will he found to hour the highest class
and sure to give perfect satisfaction. Theyhuvn
H L E I U II S
of all tho newest ami most liiklitounl,!,, .ii-l
well aud curcrully made uud oflhe best muter'
All Inspection of their work Is mked as It Is
ueueveu imu none supcnur can no found in tr
A DMINISTItATOira NOT10E
Jl EHTATE IIV lilTVIl VIPl'Tl Tilffl'll
Letters of ad.nlnlstratlon on the eslntt ol Pc
deo'd., have been unuiiixl by tlio ItegUtcr of sa:
COUllly. to 1). 11. Ilavlliuu.of Celltrn Inivnulil
All Peisons having claims ordemuuds ngulnil
the decedent are reiiucstttt to make them known.
iiu iuusu iiiueuicu iu iiiuKe liuymeu'.
Dry Goods & Groceries. Sewing MachinC8l
FALL AND WINTKH OOODH,
KALL AND WINTKH OOODH,
KALL AND' WINTKH (lOOI)H,
KALI, AND WINTKH (lOODS,,
KALL AND WINTKH OOODH,
HATH AND CAPS,
HATH AND UAPH,
HATH AND CAIW,
HATH AND CAI,
HATS AND CAVH,
riOOTH AND HHOKH,
11O0TH AND HIIOKH,
HOOTH AND BHOF-S,
HOOTS AND HIIOKH,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
II A DY-MADU CLOTHINO,
PAINTS AND OILS,
l'AlNTH AND OILS,
1'AINTS AND OILH,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
TINWAHK, , r
OHAIN AND HEEDS,
OHAIN AND HUKDS,
OHA1N AND HKKDH,
OHAIN AND HKKDH,
UHAIN AND HEEDS,
Northwest corner ol Mulnnnd Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market HtretUi,
Northwest corner of Main and Market HtrweU.
Northwest comer of Main nnd Market Streets.
Noithwest corner of Main and Market HtreeU,
, llLOO.MSIIUHO, I'A.,
I HON AND NAILS,
IHON AND NAILS,
IKON AND NAILS,
IHON AND NAIIX,
IRON AND NAILS,
In large Quantities and nt reduced rates, alway
No Huhiiuu, It Is uarranted to cure lost or
Impaired Taste, Smell or Hearing, Watering or
Weak Eyes, nllenslvo breath, ulcerated Throat
u, .uouiu, i uiu mm x iessuruiu me jieau, auu
loss nt Meinorv w hen ciuhmI. ns nil nr them Irn.
qiicntly are by tV,o ravages of Catarrh. It Is
pleasant nnd painless to use, contains no strong
poisonous orcnustio drugs, but cures by titmtld
ll'lt I'lfl flit tun.
I will pay S500 Howard for a case of Catarrh
una x cuuuot cure.
KOH SALE BY MOST- DHUQOISTS EVEUY
Pkice Only 60 CENia.
If ypur Druggist has not yet got It on ealc,
don't bo put oir with some worse than worthless
StrOlli; bttltr. "furillfflitnr nr iiolsniw.iifi .nitLl!
solution, which will driec the dUcaietolhe lww
instead of curing It, but send sixty cenu to mo
nnd tlio remedy will reach you b- return mail.
I'.our pneknges, post paid, 2.00, ono dozen lor
scud a two cent stamp for Dr. Sage's pamphlet
nn Miilnrrli 1h,i,.u. , Un..i.,. '
1, l l,I,..llflW T
Jan 7;70.3m. ' IIuVfalo.N.'V
I.OOMSllUHG NOUMAL SCHOOL AND LIT
UOAHD OK INHTHUCTION.
HEN11Y CAIIVER, A. M rrlnclpal,
Professor of intellectual and moral science, nud
v..v. J I,U,IHIUUIUI llllMJlllUgi
Miss Sarah A. Cnrver. rroper,li-oa
Ttuclicr of l'rench, Dotnny and oriiumcntui
IsnncO. TteRI A Tl
Professor of Ancient languages and Engllsli
J. W. Kerree.A.M.
l'rnrtusor ofMalliematlos, uud practical ns.
llev. 1). a John, A. M,,
l'rolo sor of chemistry uud physics.
Teacher of geography. 'hlsUiry A Book-keeping
Absl tant teacher of mathematics English
uiiM .iiieo .u, vurver,
feactier of Music on tho piano and lnelodean.
.o Tt.1,1. T 1, .
Teacher of Vocal Muslo and instrumental niutl
Miss Julia M. Guest, '
Tent'lurnf iiumII Slr.lirul
The KALI, term will commenco Aug. 8. 1809
and until our Imaidlng hall Is ready for occupan
cy, on application to tlie I'rlnclpdl, students will
bu furnlslied with honinu in i,l,.nb,i,il. rn,r,niuu
v 10 ... 1 .,l,r "luoeius to cuiumeuceai ihoop
cnlngofthe term, but when this Is lmprectlca-
I A MmV mil PhlK. nl IIIIV Minn
March 20 1S08.
AT K W GOAL Y A II r.
1 TUB undersigned tespectfully Inform the
citizens or llloomsburg and Columbia county,
thut thev keen all tlin iltni-i-ent nn,,.i,.ru ..r.t.....!
cool and selected lump coal for smithing purpo-
7. . ,r "jwwiii m neivy, rieuia
Co h ) urnacej with a good pair of Hullalo scab
on the wharf, to weigh coal, hay, and straw.
Likewise u hoiso and wngon, to deliver coal to
..u iw.u ,., u ii, as uier purchase n large
uinount of cool.they Intend tokeep a superior ur
llcle. nnd sell nt the very lowest prices. Please
call und examine for yourselves before purchas.
iuj,,,.sniirii'i j. i . i, r.ci ur.iiniitn.
TIIH unilorgltrnctl will Initn I ll fiv-
X cliaiiKa fur Coul nnd arocerles the following
mined urticles :-Wheat, llyo, Corn, Oats, l'ola
toes, Lurd,Haiii,Hhoiildcr,nndklde meat.llutter,
i&ll H;',',uA!l?i.'1'.l!.1,'.l:!!t. S"1.' 1118
, H1.Vw(,i,jb mvii K.jii ;uru,
, V. HUNDEIWHOT.
"7 O It 8 A Li 12,
'i'ho undersigned olleis todlspnseuf at prlvnte
sale, nn rmiiiiiiililii t.,iiu lint
VALUABLE HOTEL STAND,
?LI.'.?i'tRf.r,.iV 9JV,mbl? fnu'ity. Pa., known ns
i ,.y ulnut Hotel," and now occupied by Bum-
It Ufuvorably located for the transaction ol
business, and If properly kept, would uov lull to
snli1iUf"M0"M u" '"""'Ifcsslon, conditions etc
6. 11. HHOCItWAY.
Aug, suas-tf. Agent.
A DMINISTltATOIt'S NOTICE.
IV. KSTATKor John riygit, lito'n.
Letters ofudinlulslrutlon ou the estate of John
Dyer, of Conynghain twp, Columblii counly.
dt e'd., havo been grunted by the lleglster of salil
county, to Wm. (JikhIiiiuii of Conyugham twp
All pel sous liuvlugclnlmsor deinnuds ugalnst lite
uiwwiiit . ..ijuvtim iiiuiuim iiiem unow ll ,unu
lllllMll I lllll'l.tCll 111 lllUkA IrflVlllwtll '
G.ltOVEU .t UAKKH'S "
Tho following are-selected from n.
Usllmonlah of similar charact. """Wli
the reasons for the preference for ti, n I"M"I I
I liko tho drover A tiai,..,. I
Ilia llrst Placo. heenii , i 'lnf ' Mneki.. . I
shnuM still wan t a n rover 4 liffi-f' bft", I
nClrovor Halter, It answe, th. A1"1 '"itfi I
the rest. It does a Breatcrvarlpiv.r,''(il.ll
It Is easier to learn than any wi,.? V nk
Croly (Jenny Juno). r "'""'SMi,, Ml
"i navn una aovcral v..i I
wltlioOroverAllakcrMachinf it,", tfIHrW
meiircntsatlsractlon. t thiS ,.d?.hthh,.TI?l
. - ii H iir,. ."ra
.- in ; """r innnniT,i :-.ni.i
liaiicr, ueciueiiiy." (Mrs. tir v;:.'""'nt ;i
"I havo had one in VMW
two years 1 und from whatl iu" T'l'toiil
"I bcllovo it to bo tl iii ,,
conslilcrod, of any that I havo kJ" """H
very slinploundeas y learned' ii,?ow"' Us
the ordinary spools 'is , , aml tlKV"i
slltch Is entirely rellabloi Unl '"iS
worlr heniilllullv! 11 lu "." etmmiS
work benutilullyi It lsuit iiS,M"li,l'Iil
order."-lMrs. A. '.M. Hron
llrooklynj l'wncr, j ima M
linker to them all, bccii so l1 cowtS? V,rov" I
... "More than lwn.ihu.i. . ... .. I
ilonoln my family for the last tJ. ! "it ""In I
uono uyurovcr.it Halter's Machine s m i
had nBarmentilporiiciHlinii, l,'"."!'."""!
rents which Irollcsomo boyswili i,T',i,..1,,'l
cloth. It is Hi my oplnloTru, t. r 'h. ' "i1"!
... "Tho. (Irovcr & IUker Heivm. I
nas renueren in every respect tiie i .
satlsractlon. It combines So , am'0dtel
with beauty ot execiillonauil ceo rnJiVSu,l
that It is a ncccssliy lu every laSSJ.'.'K'!
Uovernor Oeury, Harrlsbuig, i'J ",l0l.-.llal
, "l navenad IhoOroveri liaku..i,
lor len or iweivo years ,in consuui irS ,l
ianiily sowing, both personal an,! iL, I'.4,,l
accoinpllshed upon the urover iltokiffl!1!
I tu nm viuiiu rainniituimii Cll fill u Iia . ...
wear as long as ll,a garments 0 5
(tarineut lu tact. Tin. stlicii wliliu,tb5
' urorerai linker btltch
bla Hcams. when Ktretclicd. at ulhu fr l
neitherdoc It draw thu work -J ri.a.
uuui senilis, wnuu sirelc icil.as olhi-r. rfTT
neither linen It draw the worit."H ,n ii? iS
lug, lKaHTweuly-luurlhHtieet.Ntwv.rr &
... i.Vo hnvo u a rover A B.ikerSsin
:hlno for seven years lu constant tiii. k J.i5
fciung, tucKing, and everyihiiirf that tii s7ZW
can Uo. IllHincrerrod ov,nn.7,h;..:""lltK'
or Its durability orwork, elasikiiy.u.rj.S.I
of st tell, ,enso of movement, ana VlmplHRI
loiislructioii." IMrs. Oen, llucl. ",U,H
A II lrl nn.7BUB
''There could he noyrenkr pnmfftMk I
ally than ii Oroyer ,v linifer "iSKi1
lamiiy man u urover ,v UnUer Kculiu u;ii'
I havo used one fur lliolastnluoor usSSl
and 1 thluk It Is decidedly the OfMt'S'fcll
lim Mac i no." .Mrs. Aln-n n i'iV..t"'.'''I
llev. Dr. Whipple, Sec. Am. .Ml.,. a!,!S'
... "i haoliadiin oppoilimlij-or,Uj,J
,.. u.,u,i,,u ,.tilvill-M,l I UllllUrt-hfl I
Mrv much Mifer Uiu (lrnv,.r i!'.....'.m. l
o VuCr iVmch Tub oi i eV,V iV,';:.?"!
(ft eiiillv liliilortiioil ii in I I.....,, I.. ...i.-u .ri I
slant ute. and It bus newr ui,iiir..,in..r..i?
...i. i ,,,i... """wi
thoOioer & linker kb thu very hi n ttii,,S
rhino for family use." Mrs. J.O.I'hiii. irt.
Twelfth sireet, .New York, '"ii
i. .'. , b'"" ,.chbuiu in n.coiumcnl,'i
,, f" klmplo In Itsbtiucturetlnllt,
cdlngly dlfllcult tu gi t It out or wjtr. b
15' little glrls-onu llve-sml-a-lisllnidt
! exceed 1 1
of my little Klrls-oiie llvc-tin.l-ii.liairamt til
r lour vturs inn new i.trn i,,t,t unnn,. .
without lil-slslulHC." Mis. A. c. l'o
llev. Aichlbuld C. 1'oss, auWcsi Ililrtttth sti
I .IDtl 1UIIH
"TllU CllttVtr iL ltn1:cr Mndilnol. j,
lieneflLto liiiiiiliiud limi I firim iwi . n,n
nuntuuu ...u bu'ii iu .iiiiiijh.1 nn iiraiSULtfiil
but I would not exclianiiolt for tl,t;iiatnp(i
uu jl cyi'i r w it m it r iuhkc,-H MIS.
wlfo of l'rof, Wilson, of HoLart Cblhee,
Tlio simplicity of Its construction,:
facility with which Its uv(. u aaiulrnl.thelH
iy, biitnui, unu riuMic-iiy oi iik Kiiiclitaut I,
adartulilillv lo nil klmU ni wntU
liilct do twt alt bilong at once lo nny id, t
chmc " 1'iof. Htm-haw, of NVllllhloneimnuj
"My wlfolsilellghtul tiilh lnrOrov,
linker ScwlugMacliiiic. Mie t n ferstlie Cm
A Duker to anv other slit! Iiiihmiii. '-ilttv. 1 ,
KIs her, rnUadelphla Coufeieuce.
'We havo used one of Gnaerj iUe
bowing .Machines lor ubotiitcn ) tats, no, k
siuer itciuiuui. ue exceiicu. itruni imnoifr
was never out or lcpalr. and civet ttrynnr,
satisfaction." Mr. EiHi in lliuit,MLikii!ir;
Tho Oroveraud llakcrScwIugMtcliltuCMl
pany mnnulacturo bolh tho Elastic ttitchi.
Lock Slllch Machines, aud o!Rr tlio pnblk
cholco of tho best machines of lmth klndvl
their establishments lu nil the Uracil h,l
through nBoncies In nearly all towns tliroo!s I
tlio country, l'rlco Lists and s.imjilei ot
In both stitches furnished u ujUcatioa
Qrovcr .1 linkers. M. Co., 1'ailailelflila.orlo
J. A. DOlliS,
Hardware & Outlery.
rpino NEW iiAiimvAuisbiuT,'!
J-. ni: PLUS , .lt
llUYtng ciiiiugeii win uiu,. ,
OPENED A NEW SlTl'LV,
Hrnv from ilio Miiiiiir.ictuiert.l'Brcliwli
cash, ou a declining market, w care firfu. I
offer tho same to
rAHMKHS. MECHANICS, liUILDUa
anil the rest of Mankind, a gcaeral fcWfk, w
prising nil tho itinu unu qu"ij 7",r; I
l n nftv in, i-,l Vnr Kline, sc ablo tolMW-l
of the county, nt unusually low li'kts. I
All those whoiiroUeslrlousof partlmiast!
in our line can savo iuouey uj, iu,...B
new iiaruwaru nioie. .i.,ft,. twill
Please glvo nt a . . . "wk; I
Anr.23.ca.lvr ' ' Illooiilft
t a,T,i J, 1LM
Importersund Dculcrslu KoreljarJUDoBiKl
II A H 1) W A B E,
ii tr Ms. OIlTLEliY, 4&i
Nov. w, trr-tr.
PUIIIiIO 8 A I- k
. T F
V A Ii U A II L E ItEAI.
In pursuance nf nn puler of IlifC"'" lIV1
mon Pleas of ('oluiiililacoiiiiij,' "-.
DAY. March 20th liT0, at 1 ,ieK
noop, ltculien Hellas coniu iim' " Utiii(
and Estate of ilenjanjlu yn? " i
Oraugo Tnwiifchlp, counly of ;
iioso i.. sale by publlo vtmluc, on we F1
u certain jiuusu auu
t. n T of G It 0 u "i .
situate In the Iwp.anilcouni'i'"',;-,,!,!.
i,r tni.'io r Mr.lnrhi Drake, Jat0" ii?nl
. fi,.; r i r, six sin !, rj i
mining '"; " ?,d bow l
strict measure i
uurii. ..mo mi? i.u.i.'". , y,i,,,iiLi) sniiii
slluuto in IliolownshlP JUyJVi Im,H
Ulorcsald, WELLIN010N H. a A
burn. 14ito the
In ono vinrfioni thu conntinn"'n ,t,r
Interest Iroiulliu nrbt w
liii.Lk.l.,. ..film irenil-is
first day of April A. D., lf.0. ' W -,m'
for Deed mill Hllllillis. HM1'"" rmtt.
uiuiigeviiie, 1'i'u, i.-, ioiv-v..
A new, cl.cun duinble, heallhy. a"jB
t.m nnif rnVEHlNC"
A substitute for oll-cloiu at - 1
proof enuiiicl which receives 1,011. ?.'
the colors uud paper cnduris tl,',uiin l1
ders Hie curpct brignt ii"", ' V,Tiiii- . tl
tkemo, Its udvuntiigcs ure C,i,itil 'I
lutemiaxl In no dust! It does Vjoi'l
tukeii tin und eleuued like ol , net i '. tv.e
suves inuili labor and '""""is iunW1,!Il
with llietHiiiiplHlonJ-naineltsw U, i
cuo muy rciiuirc, iviiuu ''"',,, ,,j ulVu I
last inilelliiiiely, even uu age,! iiw t bt'J
newnnd blight : In lis ueiio ' Vieil
I. plaied upon l)io papa
tj uiuiipim 11 .7. ......ire ll'elu ;Vn'll
per ueing ii.iuiiiuj i """-..,!, tyo' r,,al
uusrtceiiiiy neen umu.."- r,:....ui,uji"':i
i rtceuiiy neen unu " ...uudv i
iu fur Dunks, tools, Ilourbi B"11 lnl.ut;r
id. bill the li st ntltnipl,'1 .'ft, u ,n
nun for trunks, lools.nour "'fr, tat-wr
Allierlilt. to convt rt il '"'V.mVc sui'"' u I
lug, all concede It to be u n ut tt (l,r t J
Wo huvo puiciiuktd I he "Hi to I"" I
couuiy and tun luinlshlhecsil'
uuiactuici. ri ,.i urii i''-: .ii
,'.u uru InvVtil "iW'x Y. ''U
ntourHoie. W-" '
nigs, nun iiuiu me icstiiiiouy or ,,,, '"
friends who use the same, I ciu i. ?," .,
oiiytiilng could bo moio compit",1; JI'liS
satlsraclloii."- .Mrs. Ucncrai ilr beSI
Cokiiitioks or HAI.K,-it i AjpaiaM
fourth of tho purthas" mo r &vm
Uiiu-fouiih less tho ten. lr t ut i ""M u
but ton light for r,'"h',ini I, "" Km
kbuftlng rti In. und s In. I 'hi iw"
lings and iiiijusiat leba ;s " A, ,,ly lg j(l
Alkti one'lhrekhing MatbH 'yi'Lt'
Jan. Sl.TlMlw. Admluistruu'r.