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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBTJRG, COtUMBlA COUNTY, PA.
Covering the Bnrn-Tnul.
In ntimoroug parts of our county, wo
frequently boo farmers cover tho entlro
or nearly tho wholoof tliclr barn-yards.
This urlsos, wo suppose, from tlio opin
ion, that covered yards amply repay
their ownors tho additional expense
by yielding far richer manures than
thoso yards not thus protected from tho
ovnporntlnjr rays of tho sun and tho
washings of heavy rains. It Is truo
that tho sun lias a detrimental effect on
an unprotected farm yard so. too.
have the rains, but no yard open to
tho falling rains and ovaporollug rays
should bo destitute of a good covering
of straw to prcvont tho passing off of
such vapors slnco many of our farm
cm must havo noticed tho extreme slow
nets, in tho drying-out of a bunch of
uowly cut grass, a small pllo of manure
or a inolst portion of earth, when cov
ered with n rnodorato thickness of hay
Tho barn yard, by all means, should
bo protected from nil accumulations of
water exterior to its limits and the
droppings from tho roof should bo car
ried off by means of spouting so that
tho yam is not uuruenca with more
water than actually falls from tho clouds
immediately over It. Wo need not say
to tho thrifty agriculturist that a good
depth of rich and pulverized soil of
modorately rolling surface, will read
ily hold a heavy shower of rain, and bo
too, will a well constructed barn yard
partly or wholly filled with manure ;
slnco such collections hold much solu-
bio matter ; therefore, aflor building u
straw shed sufficiently largo to protect
tho cattle from cold storms during tho
day, wo can scarcely seo any pecuniary
advantogo to bo derived from tho largo
additional outlay requislto to tho cover'
Ing of tho whole yard.
But, on tho other hand, thero are de
cided advantages to bo gained, of a
chemical nature, In not covering our
yards ; of which, however, we can just
merely touch on, in this short graphon.
By taking wheat as an examplo for illus
tration will be remembered that from
sixty-flvo to seventy per cent, of this
valuablo cereal Is composed of starch.
Starch is composed of carbon a gas
entering largely Into tho composition
of wood, coal, llmcstono and marble
together with oxygen and hydrogen
gases, in tho proportions tho two latter
form water. Theso threo gases aro al
ways present In the atmosphere, are
absorbed by water In a vaporized state
and aro carried tolhe barn yard and to
tho field to enrich tho soil and fcrtlliz
ers of tho soil. Snow seems to possess
greater affinities for gases than water
and hence the cauBC for the vigor and
greenness Imparted to grain, so fro
quently observed after the falling of a
fresh snow: therefore, by roofing tho
barn yard we deprive it of matter that
aids in making up the bulk of our grain
and grass. Nitrogen gas, In connection
with tho threo abovo named is found in
wheat flour, composing tho gluten of
said flour, a substance highly plastic,
tenacious, giving tho dough of newly
mixed bread, Us light, spongy appear-
anco, and forming about twenty-five
per cent, of the whole Nitrogen, like
carbon, hydrogen and oxygen, is ab
sorbed by water and by snow,and when
rejected from the yard tho latter is de
prived of a certain per cent, of a highly
useful ingredient to our soils. Although
having just merely touched on tho rea
sons for not covering tho yard, yet
enough has been said to show tho draw
backs attending tho practice, believing
tbero li no real advantage- to be gained,
whilst thero are many disadvantages,
not ecn hinted of. Tho remaining fivo
per cent of wheat, is compo&ed partly
of o rganic matter and partly of alkalies
but to make the shortest mentioning of
the fifteen simple subalnnces,composlng
such matter would bo entirely superflu
ous in anything short of an agricultur
al Journal. V. H. W.
Protect the Farm Implements.
It is, we bcliove, a universal practice
with all good farmers to gather-up the
Implements of the farm and snugly
place them under shelter at the close of
the farming season, whilst tho plows,
harrows and other utensils aro often
exposed to the sun and rain for weeks
during tho summer, being left where
woleavooffwork. All bodies expand
inoro or less by heat, but iron expands
far more than wood, therefore, if a wag
on is, exposed to a hot sun for a few
days, tho tiro becomes too largo for tho
to Hoc, daylight appears between them,
.the points where tho different parts of
tbQ folloo aro Joined, eoparato and a
shower coming up, finds its' way
Into tho Joints which finally rots
tho wood. So, too, with tho plow
standing under a hot sun; tho mould
iKinril and land sldojncreaslng consld
orably in bulk, open their connecting
points with the beam and handles.whlch
renders tho article looso and shackling,
uosiuos exposing thoso Joints to the de
caying elements. Although jointt of
woo a in our farming utensils should bo
partlc ularly looked after, yet it is decid
edly to tho husbandman's Interest to
keep all Hooded toolt out of tho weath
or, for if not so dono their exterior
parts soon rough up, take In tho air and
moisture and "wear out," perhaps, In
about ono-fourth of tho tlmo they
would Jiavo uono with good usage,
Tho sun, rains and QtmospheroBoon tell
on ex posed wood, but they act far moro
rapidly on iron, unprotected. "When a
well scoured plow, through usago, is
allowed to stand out of doors from
under cover of a good wagon houso
under a warm sun and damp atmos
phero for only a comparatively short
tlmo, tho metal soon tarnishes flmt
taking u blue, and afterward a red an
poaranco forming oxides or rust of
iron ; In this instance twelvo parts by
weight of the oxygen of the atmoi
phero, unites with twenty-eight parts
of tho metal ; consequently, If tho
mould board absorbs ten pennyweights
of oxygen it will rust out an ounco and
a half of tho iron as much perhaps ns
a summer's wear with proper usage.
All kinds of business, it is said, require
energy ana dote attention to mako
them pay and wo havo oft times thought
agriculture, in this respect, stands
among tho foremost. V. II- W.
Bkujueh on Sokes on a House.
Please glvo directions for a good wash
It. G. B. Vcrany, Ind. Aus. Boll
smart weed in chamber iye; after
boiling put in a Uttlo soft soap. Wash
while warm, two or three times a day.
If tho weather bo cold, dry with a hot
brick or cover with cloth, American
THE YOUNG FOLKS.
Suppose my Utile lady
Yourdoll should break her head,
Could you mnbo It whole, by crying
Till your eyi-s and noso nro'rcd t
And wouldn't It he plensanter
To treat It as n Jokei
And say you're glad 'tvrai Dolly',
And not your hoad that broke ?
Bupposo you'ro droned for walking,
And the rain cornea pouring down,
Will It clear cn any sooner
Because you scold and frown T
And wouldn't It be nicer
For you to mllo than pout, ,
And o make sunshine In the homo
When thero Is none without I
Suppose your tank, my little mutt,
Is very hard to get,
Will It make It any easier
For you to alt and fret 7
And wouldn't It be wiser,
Than waiting like a dunce,
Togo to work In earnest
And learn the thing at once 7
Bupposo that some boys havo n horso
And some a coaoh and pair,
Will It Iho you less while walking
To say "it Isn't fair?"
And wouldn't It bo nobler
To keep your temper sweet,
Andln your heart be thankful
You can walk upon your feet ?
Suppose the world don't please you,
Nor tho way somo people do,
Do you think the whole creation
Will ho altered Just for you 7
And Isn't It my boy, or girl,
Tho wisest, bravest plan,
Whatever comes, or doesn't come,
To do tho best you can 7
rrincosa Euss and tho Minor's Boy.
Tho noxt day was tho third day,
promised by tho Cut ns that of her
arrival, and as soon oa Hons was up,
thero canio a grand carriage, drawn by
six horses, whoso sleek skins shouo
from tho beautiful condition thoy were
Besides all this, thero was a soventli
horse, lod by a servant, and this liorso
was for tho Miller's boy.
Out of this flno carrlago stepped n
beautiful and dazzling Princess, and
who should this bo but tho tortoise-shell
Cat, that good-natured Hans had so
willingly served for seven years. Tho
Princess asked tho MUlor whero hor
little servant tho mill-boy was, and ho
"Wo could not think of taking such
a dirty, ragged littlo boy Into the mill j
so wo sent him into tho gooso-honso,
whero he now lies."
Tho Princess desired him at onco to
fetch Ilttns, but before ho could come,
tho poor fellow had to draw together
his smock frock, in order to cover him
self with decency.
Then tho attendant brought some
elegant clothes, nnd after washing Hans
In roso water, put them on him, so
that no king looked half so handsomo
and well dressod.
Thereupon the Princess desired to
see the horses tho other apprentices had
brought home, and finding ono blind
nnd tho other lame, sho ordered her
servant to bridg in tho horse he had in
his keoping, nnd as soon as tho Miller
put his eyes on it, ho declared his farm
yard had never before contained so
fine an animal.
"It belongs to your youngest appren
tice," said tho Princess.
"And tho mill, too," rejoined tho
Miller; but the Princess bald ho might
keep that, and iho horso as woll, for
Willi theso words sho handed her
faithful Hans Into the carrlago, and
then getting In herself, drovo away.
They went first to tho littlo houso that
Hans had built with silver tools, and
which had becomo a noblocastlo, where
in everything was of gold and silver.
There the Princess married him, nnd
ho was 0 very rich that honeverwant
ed anything all the rest of his life.
Is Your Soul Insuxied. "Pa,"
said a little boy, as ho climcd to his
father's knee, nnd looked into his faco
as earnestly as If bo understood tho
lmportanco of tho subject, "Pa, is your
"What aro you thinking about ray
son?" replied tho agitated father.
"Why do you ask that question?"
"Why, pa, I heard Undo Georgn say
that you had your houses insured, and
your life insured, but he didn't hello yo
you had thought of your soul, and. ho
was afraid you would loso it; won't
you get it insured right away?"
The father leaned his head on his
hand,and was silent, no owned broad
acres of land that wero covered with a
bountiful produce, his barns wero oven
now filled with plenty, his buildings
wero all well covered by Insurance;
but, as If that would notsufllco for tho
maintenance of his wlfo and only child
In case of his decease, ho had, tho day
beforo, taken a llfo policy for a largo
amount; yet not ono thought had ho
given to his own Immortal soul.
Mrs. II., exclaimed u littlo urchin,
oa running into a near neighbor' Jiouso,
"mother wnnletl mo to nsk would yo
pioaso lend er'yer cnndlo-uioulda?"
The moulds wero given him, and ho
rail-homo. In a few minutes ho return
ed with this nuery;"'tJIothor wants
to know if yo'dhokind enough to lend
'or bo mo wlckin?"
Tho wicking was measure off, aud ho
again tieparieu. uut lio soon appeared
again, and said: "Mother would bo bo
thankful If you had a littlo taller ye'd
uo so itinu as to lomi her?"
Mrs. II,, good-naturedly produced
tho dealred articlo, and as tho boy
started for tho door.shosald: "Wouldn't
your mother like to havo mocomo over
and mould tho candles for her?"
"Wtt, yis," replied tho boy. "I
reckon sho'd like It fust rate, cos sho
evu alio uiun't understand It very well;
uutkiio don't Jlkolouo troublin' he
neighbors, so sho wouldn't ask yo."
Two Kinds of aiitLS. Thero aro
two kinds or girls, Ono Is tho kind
that appears best abroad the girls that
aro good for parties, rides, visits, balls,
c, and wlioso chief delight-Is in such
tilings. Tho other is that kind that
appears best at homo tho girls thift
aro useful and cheerful in all tho pre
cincts oi norno. 'iiioy differ widely In
chatacter. Ono is motli consuming
overyuiing aoout ner: tuo other is sun
beam, Inspiring llfu and gladness along
nor patn way. Now It does not no
cessarily follow that thero shall bo two
classes of girls. A sight education will
modify both a little; and unito their
good qualities into ono,
A DARKE V elvos tho followlnir reason
Why the colored raco Is superior to tho
wime raeot "All men aro mndoofclav.
and, liko tho meerschaum plpo, aro
moro valuablo when highly colored.
Stovos and Tinware.
EW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
ISAIAH HAIllIN Illicit,
Main Hired ono door nhovo 1. Mrndenhair
A largo assortment of Htoven, Ilenters and
Ranges constantly on hand, nnd for salo at the
Tinning In nil Us branches carefully attended to,
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Tin work of nil kinds wholesale nnd retail. A
trial Is rcquostcd.
GTOVES AND TINWARE.
A. M. UUrKIlT
announces to his friends and customers that
continues the ahuvo business at his old place on
MAIN STREET, BLOOMSBURG.
Customers can bo accomodated with
of nil kinds, stovepipes, Tinware and every va
riety of arllclo found in a Btovo and Tlnwaro Es
tablishment In the el tics, aud on tho most reason
able terms. Repairing done at the shortest notice.
on hand for sale.
EW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
on main mmir, dearly orrostix vili.kii'
The undersigned has Just fitted upnndopcned
STOVE AND TIN SHOP,
n this place, whero he Is prepared to mako un
now Tin AvAnts of all kinds In his line, and do
repairing with neatness end dispatch, upon tho
uius, ii-iisimiiuju iru8, no also Keeps on uunu
STOVES OF VAHIOUB PATTE11NS A STYLES,
which he will sell upon terms to suit purchasers.
Give htin a call, lie Is a gotod mechanic, and
deserving or tho publlo patronnge.
nioomsburg, April 28, 1807,
jgllARPLESS & HAItMAN,
SAULS FOU.VDItr AND ANfFAC.1UHI-NU SHOP,
STOVES A TLOWS WHOLESALE A HETAIL
THE CELUDIIATED W0.NTH03K I HON I1KAM AND
TUB IIUTTON WOODEN BEAU PLOWS.
Castings nnd Firo Brick for repalrlngclty Stoves.
All kinds of hrass or Iron casting made to order
upon short notice.
U. I-'. SHARPLESS & P. B. HARMAN,
nioomsburg, 1'a. Proprietors.
MACHINE SIlOP AND ACUUCUIiTUItAL
Tho undersigned desire to Inform his Mends
and tho publlo generally, that lie has rebuilt and
enlarged his Fuuudry and MnchtnoShop, nnd re
moved all his business from Light btreet to the
abovo named place, whero tn connection with
his Foundry he will continue- to mauulncture
Wheeler's Railway Chain Horse-Tower and
Thresher. (Improved), Cumuli's I 'a tent.
TIIHKSHKU AND CLEAN Kit,
either overshot for Troml-Vower or undershot
wllh Lever-rower. He also manufactures to
order and tits up all aluda of
M I L Li G E A Jl I N G ,
Circular Saw Mandrels. Talent Hi ides for Saw
Mills, the latest improved Iron iSeam 1'lows of
dllteient kinds Woodeu Ueam Tlows, Double
Corn Plows, and Plow Points of every descrip
tion generally used throughout the county.
IKON KUTTLE8, BELLS
Cellar Orates, Htoves, Sled nnd Sleigh Soles, and
lnftict everything generally made In a country
Foundry. Tho&e wishing to purchase Machines
would uo well to examine his machines, and the
improvements made on the power, by which at
least 20 per cent, or the friction is taken otr,
ALL MACHINES AUG WAH It ANTED
to give good satisfaction, aud terms made to suit
fiurchasers. All kinds ct country produce taken
n exchange for Plows and castings.
Thankful to his friends and patrons for past
favors lie would btill continue to solicit the same.
Apr.9,03-tf Orangoviilo Pa.
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LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
rilny Freeman, President, II. C. Freeman, See
Cash capital over 2,000,000, all paid.
J. B. HOBISON, BLOOMSBURQ, PA
rf GENERAL AGENT,
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FHEAH llltOWN, Aiient,
maid C9-ly, IlLOOMsnDKfi, Pa
Foi Puis Wtler, nit
durable sal relit,
bill equal to tuo
wooden Pump, lad
con leu thin half the
moniY, Esillr imaged
so u to be aoa.fVeexIng,
s&dta conitraetlon lo BlmDle
Ibit in; one cin put It up ind
ksep It in repair.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST PUMP NOW UAD-
HU1N YOUIt EYEHIdHT
IIY USINO COMMON ULABSEH,
When you can purchase
LAZARUS & MORRIS'v
CELEU RATED I'EItrECTED
SPECTACLES AND EYK-OLASSES
THE BEHT IN THE WOULD.
They aro recommended by the Faculty for
Purity of Material, llrllllanty of Finish; and
their Ktrcngtheninit aud Preserving Powers, in
which they excel all others. "They last many
They can only be obtained In
Of Miss A. D. WEBB,
BOOK BTOIIE, MAIN BTKEET,
Sole appointed Ageut for this place. No Peddlers
l'.k Tiira .t, urnntftu
MuUUIflCllirlllfr lint Irlun.
ami uuru, iXJUu,
tkU ABCU ST., 11KLOW NINTH ST., VIIILADELrlllA.
. THE OLD ESTAULlHIiliD bTAND.
Iterelvlng for the Spring Trails a large stock of
purchased at the lowest Gold Hales, and will be
sold at a great reduction Ironi last season's prices.
KNGLIH1I DHL'MrtELBal 11.60, and air other
goods In proportion, JOH. 11LACKWOOD.
Iur2570-3iu. 833 Arch Ht. Philadelphia.
Drugs and Chemicals.
PI1CF.NIX rECTOItATj CtHlFfl COtlOIll
PHCKNIX PKOTOIlAii CUltKS COUOI1
PIKKNIX PECTORAL CUHKH COUGU I
The rhrenlx Pectoral will cure tho diseases of
tho Throat and Lungs, such as Colds, Cough,
Croup, Asthma, lirnnchllls, Catarrh, Hora Throat
Hoarseness, Whooping Cough, and lMlmonary
Consumption. This medicine Ispicpared by Dr.
Levi Oberholttcrnf Philadelphia, nnd formerly
of Phcenlxvllle, Pa., nnd although It has only
been oirered for nve years, more than ono mill
ion bottles have already been sold, and the de
mand for It Is Increasing every day. Many of
tho ltetall Druggists buy It In lots of Ave gross,
nnd not n few of the Country storekeepers try
one gross at a tlmo. Nearly every nno who has
ever sold It testifies tolls popularity, and nearly
all who have used II, bear testimony to Its won
derful lxiwor In curing Cough. We are confident
that thero Is no known medlclno of such great
vnluo to tho community nsthoPhumlx Pectoral,
It has cured cases of tho most painful aud dis
tressing cough, of years standlug.
It has given Instant rollcf lnspellsof coughing.
It has Instantly stopped tno paroxysm of
Whooping Cough, and greatly shortened its du
ration. It has cured Croup In n fow minutes.
Consumption has been cured by It, whero all
othor remedies had faltod to do good.
Hoarseness has heon cured by It In n slnglo
Many physicians recommend It.nnd others use
It themselves and administer It In their practlco
while others oppo.o It because It takes away
Wo recommend It to our readers and lor fur
thcr particulars, would rofer you to tho circular
around tho bottlo where you will Unci numerous
certificates given by persona who havo used It,
It is so pleasant lo tho taste that children cry
It Is astlmulatlngcx nectoran I, giving strength
at the samo tlmo that It allays tho cough.
The proprietor of this medicine has so much
conlldcnce In its curative powers from tho testi
mony of thousands who havo used It that tho
money will bo refunded to any purchaser who Is
not satisfied with the elfcels.
It Is so cheap that all can buy it.
Prico 25 Cents, Largo IJottlos 11.00
It Is prepared only by
LEVI OllEHHOLTZEU M. D.,
No. 15S North Third Bireet, Philadelphia,
N. 11, If your nearest Druggist or Btorokeeper
docs not havo this medlclno ask him to get It for
you, and do not let him put you ofT with some
other preparation because ho luarfes more mon
ey on ft; butgoorseud at once to some store
whero you know It is kept, or send to Dr. Ober
holtzor. Hold by K. P. Luis Druggist, liloorns
burg. and H. W. Creasy, a Co., Light Street, and
nearly every druggist and storekeeper lu Colum
EXCELS ALL OTHEIt LEAD I
1st. For lis Unrivaled Whiteness,
2d. For Its Unequalled Durability,
3d. For Us Unsurpassed Covering Property.
Lastly for Its Economy.
3It COSTS LESS lo paint with IIuck Lead
than any other While Lead extant, Tho same
weight covers SIOUE SURFACE, is moro DUU
AI1LE, and makes WHITER WORK.
1HTOIC LEAD, Is tho Cheapest and Best.
EXCELS ALL OTHER ZINCS.
1st. for Its Unequalled Durability,
2d. For Its Unrivaled Whiteness,
.11. For Its Unsurpassed Covering Properly.
Lastly, for Us Ureat Itconoray,
belug tho CHEAPEST, HANDSOMEST, nnd
most DURABLE Whlto Paint In the world,
BUCK LEAD AND BUCK ZINC:
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
Satisfaction Uuaranteod by the Manufacturers.
BUCK COTTAGE COLORS,
Prepared expressly for Painting
Sample cards sent by Mall If desired.
Dealers' Orilcrs will be piomptly executed by
FRENCH, RICHARDS & CO.,
N. W. Cor, Tenth and Market Streets,
Is in excellent articlo
of granulated Virginia j
wherever Introduced it
Is universally admired.
It Is nut un in handsome muslin hues. In whloh
orders for Meerschaum Pipes aro dally packed.
LOItri.LAltn'K 1 elnsseil liv nil nrlm ,.
YACHT CLUB some It in tho "finest of
TT.i rr i 1 fill It. I Tlimlrt i"if iha
onioning louacco ::,-',-; v r, .
Is antl-net-vous In !lMf.rrprt n. Him '(.!t..
has been cxtiacted; It leaves no disagreeable
taste alter emoklng-.it la very mlld.llght in color
auu wcignt.nenco ono pound will last as longas3
of ordinary tobacco. In this brand wo also pack
orders every day for first quality Meerschaum
Pipes. Try It nnd convince yourselves it Is all
,b timing iu ui, -iiici I'inrjii Ai.lv
LORILLARD'S I This brand of Flno Cut
CENTURY I chewing tobacco has no
Chewing Tobacco. I tfll or superior any.
doubt tho best chewing tobacco In tho country.
LORILLARD'S I have now bcou In gen
B N U F F S rul uso In the United
and still ncknnwlnl,.i ..ih. i... V.,.......J
used. " ""';"
If vour ktnrcltr,Mwi. .1,.na nt nu.a
clcs for sule. ask him to get them : they aro sold
by respectable Jobbers almost everywhere.
.wrcuiur oi prices rorwarded on application.
i o..., P. LORILLARD i CO.,
Jan.21'70.3m New Yorlr.
The undcra,lgned would resiwctfuUy announce to
the cltliens of Bloomsbnrg and the publlo geno-
laujr ma no is running an
between this Diaceand the different iiMa.u.
pots dally (Sundays excepted), to connect with the
nvciui Hums going Bouia anu west on the Cata
wlssa and Wllllamsport Railroad, and with those
going North and South on tho Lackawanna and
Ills Omnlbusses are In good condition, commo
dious and COmfortablA. Ami nlmnrn. KiwimVl.
Persons wlshlntr in meat n, una tl.Alr rvlan.la .la-
part, can be accomodated upon reasonable charge
uy leaving ninety uouce at an OI MlO hotels.
.iaiaju u uauiijN, l'ropneioi,
ORANGEVILLE, COLUMBIA COUNTV.PA
PROF, U. J.SCIIOONOVER, rfluclpal,
MRS. U J. SCIIOONOVER, I'rcceptrosH,
This lnslitntlnn. for tlm ,ltiraii,,n nrVn..n
Ladles and Gentlemen, will reopen uuder
chargo of Trof. Schoonovtr, on Monday April
4.1MU. Teachers, of acknowledged ability and
high order of talent, will bo employed in each
department, and no cilort spnrod to secure to
pupils thorough nnd Judicious culture.
The coursoof Instruction will Includoall the
usuuiiy uiiigiii in Jiign Bcnoois and
Special attention given 'to Normal School
iiantiuH nun lyiimiucrciui lUSiruCllOU.
Primary Department 3 to 55 per Quarter
Higher Branches 'i to 8S per Quarter
LOOATIoNlTlllK PTPnllttf InultlMllnr. IU ln
cotetl In a plenaant village of about six hundred
Inhabitants free from the temptations of a
uij-ouwisn nines iromine nail with
S.?"'rLc!,.'0.muulcl',l0' to '' diilerent roads.
The buildings are situated upon an elevation,
nrrounded by a bcaullful grove, and perfectly
. cAf',1?NI?An von 1K0 i-Snrliig session begins
April 4lh, l-,0 und enutlnues 13 weeks, following
which there will be a vacation of six weeks.
,-, y ..v....o,iiiu-. to, io,i', continuing
11 weeks. Winter term opeus November 7,1070
oontlnulng 11 weeks. .
EXPENBIS: Boaid can I obtained lu pri
vate families atliom$S.50 to Jt.Wper week, or
.... u luinisiitiu iu siuuenis
wishing to provide lor themselves.
Scholars will be admitted ut any tlmo during
with the terni. ....0. loco.ii.nence
atOmvmeli'CUlBr",l,1J,'e," 1110 r''P'.
p A U 0 IPS
It AW UO NK
HUPEIt PHOSPHATE OF LIME
JNOiiEASE vouu CHOP oy
CORN, OATO, POTATOia, WHEAT AND
As well as
ADD TO THE FERTILITY OF YOUIt KOIL
By a Judicious and Economical mode of
aETTHE VALUE OF YOUR OUTLAY THE
OUTAIN BETTER FILLED EARS AND
KEEP YOUR BOIL FREE FROM NOXIOUS
MAKE YOUIt LANDS PERMANENTLY
Over SIXTEEN years of constant use, on all
crops, has proven that Baugh's Raw Bone Phos.
phate may be depended upon by Farmers.
HIGHLY IMPROVED AND STANDARD
For sale by Agricultural Dealers generally,
11AU011 &. HONS,
nm v. .. . Manufacturers.
Office No, 20 B, Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia,
T AOKAWA1NNA AND BLOOMS
1 J Rimn itAii.nnAn
On ands-fUr Jan. 17, 1870, Pasitnger Trains will
run ns ioiiowii ..,.. ,, , ..
Going North, Going South.
Arrlvo Arrive Leave Leavt
n.ra. a. m.
Hornnton. ......... 8.13
Pltuton.......... 8.11 10.90
Klnslon ........ 7.60 10.03
llymonth , 7.S1 9.48
Bhlckshlnny,.., 7.M M
Berwick ......... .03 8.80
Bloom 6.28 7.6.1
Danville - 4.50 7.13
MnrtVt'.t i IS A 411
uonnestlon mnue aixcramou uy tue iu.iu a.m.
train for Great Bend, Blngnamton, Albany and
all points North, East nnd West.
D. T, BOUND, Sup t.
CATAWISSA RAILROAD On and
after MONDAY, Sep. 0, 1809, Tassengor
trains on the Calawtssa lhulroad will run at the
following named hours 1
.Vfall Durtli. STATIONS. Hall AVfA
Dep. 8.13 n.m Wllllamsport. Arr, 6.00p.m.
" 0.15-'1 Mnncy. Dep. 6.28 '
" 0.47 " Wntsontown. " 4.67 '
" 10.0 " Milton. " 4.40 "
" 10.13 " Dauvlllo, " 4.00 "
" 11.05 " Rupert. " 3.10 "
" 11.17 ' Catawlssa. " 3.3-J "
" 12.21 p.m. Itlngtown, " 2.25 "
" 12.68 " Summit. " 1.50 "
" 1.08 " tluakake. " 1.40 "
" 1.20 " E.MahonyJunc. " 1.30 "
" 2,13 "Dlno.Tamaqna, Dlno. ' 1.10
" 4.23 " Reading. " 10.40 a.ra,
Arr. .43 " l'hlladelphla. ' 8.15 "
nr. J To New York via. Read
t lug or Maucb Chunk.
From New York via. I
Mauch Chunk. f "M
No Change of cars between Wllllamsport and
Philadelphia. GEO. WEBB Huy't.
JgROWN'S FAST FREIGHT
FROM PHILADELPHIA TO BLOOMSnUltG,
aud Intermediate points. Goods forwarded with
rnre and dcsnatcll nnd at low rates.
Goods, at Philadelphia, must ho delivered at
miner ao's, MiaiarKci Htrcct, iror run par-
tlculais, apply to
uc.iv w jtuiiinnun. nuunuium.
r l t, .. nnntv.ni, i .. .
i-tf. It. R. Depot, Uloomsburg.Pa.
TVTORTHERN CENTRAL RAIL-
On and after Nov. 15lh 18S9, Trains wl)
leavo NoiiTiiUMBEnLAND as follows i
353 A. M., Dally to Wllllamsport, (except Sunday)
rorttimira, cananuaigua, itocnesler, Bunalo,
Suspension Bridge, aud N. Falls.
630 p. ., Dally, (except Sundays) for Elmlra and
Buffalo via Erie Itallwav from Elmlra.
5.30 ! ii., Dally, (except Sundays) for Williams-
10.23 A. M. Dally (except Monday's) for Baltimore
WILMINGTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
11.10 P.M. Dally (except Sunday's) for Baltimore
wusuiugioii ana i'uiiaueipuia.
ED. H. YOUNG,
Goneral Passenger Agent.
ALFRED It. FlSEE, UeU'l BUpt,,
Monday, ArnlL lSth, 1870.
Great Trunk Line from the North aud North
west for Phlladclnhla.New York. Reading. Potts-
vllle, Tamaqua, Ashland, Bhamokln Lebanon
Allcntown, Eastou, Ephrnta, Litis, Lancaster,
Trains leave Uarrlsbure for New York, ns fol-
lows: At 5,35, and 8,10 a. m., 12,V0 noon and
2.05 p. m., connecting with similar trains on
Penna. ltallroad, and arriving at New York at
12,13, noon, 8,10 0,50 and 10,00 p. m. respectively.
Sleeping cars accompany the 6,35 a, m,, and 12.20
UUUII IIUIU9 WfllUUUI UllUllKtl.
Returning: Leavo New York at 9.00 a.m. and
12.00 noon und 5,00 p. ra. Philadelphia at 8.16
u. m, huu o.ov ,i. iu. nicopiug cars accompany
the v.OO n. ra aud 5,00 p.m., trains Irom N, Y.
Leave llHrrisbura-for Reading. Pottsvllln. Tn.
raaqua, MlnersvUIe, Ashland, Bhamokln Pine
Grove, Allcntown & Phlla'd. at 8,10 a.m., & 2,05 &
4,10 p.m., stopping at Lebanon and principal way
stations: the 4,10pra. train connecting for Phll'a
Pottsvlllo and Columbia only. For I'ottavlllo
Schuylkill Haven aud Auburn, via Schuylkill
and Susquehanna Railroad, leave Uarrlsburg at
Way Passenger Train leaves Philadelphia at
..si a.m., connecting wiiu similar train on East
ra. rauroaa returning irom lieauingatG,5p.in,
Leavo Pottsville at 6,40and 9.00 u.m..nnd 2.45 n.
Herndou ut 9.30 a. m,, Bhamokln at 5,10 nud 10,10
a. m.. Ashland at 7.05 a.m. and 12.80 noon Tnm,.
qua at 8.33 a. m., and 2,20 p, m.for Philadelphia
Leave Pottavllla via Bchuvlkllt nnit Rn,nn.
hanna Railroad at 8,15 a.m. for Harrlsburg. and
11,30 a. m., for Pino Grove and Tremont,
Reading Accommodation Train leaves Potts-
viue aiii.iu a. in., passes iteaumg at 7.80 a. m., ar
leaves Philadelphia at C,15 p. m., passing Read.
iuk it. o.w i.ui. , unit inatik 1 u tin vine at v.w p.m.
Potlstown Accommotlatlon Tralnrliwivtf Pittt.
town at 6,25 a.m. returuing, leaves Philadelphia
at 4,00 p.m.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at
:'" r.'". iwi x.pnxata, iiiiiz, iuicas.
Perkiomen Itall lload Trains tnnvn TArVtnmt,
Junction at 9,00a. m 3.00 A 5.30 p. ra. returning!
leave BchwenkBYllle at 8.05 a.m., 12.45 noon, aud
j. p.ui.. uuuuvuiiiig wiia similar trains on
uoicorookuaie iinuroad traius IeavePottstown
at 9.40 a. m nud 6.2U n. m..rpttirtilnf, lAnvallnnnt
Pleasant at 7.00 and 11.25 a. m., connecting with
Dt.ni.Mi tiutua un ivcuuiug Itaiiroao.
iucsier vunev iiaiiroau -i rains tjtvit iir!firrn,
port ut 8,30 a. m. aud 2.03 and 5.02 p. in. returning,
leavo Downlngton at 6.20 n. m., 12.15 noon and
S.15 p. in., connecting with similar trains on
Oil klUlllnv. InnV. Vnw Vnrlr ntlMnm Ttt.ll.
phla ut 8,00 a.m. nnd 3,15 p.m., (the 8.00 a.m. train
i"""i"K vuiy iu iveuuillg',1 l'OUSVlIte B.U0 S-.ru.
Harrlsburg at 6.33 a. ra. and 4.10 p. m. ami
ItPfllllltt. llt.TIS n m ntt.l lltltn m
burg, at 7.2J a, m. for 'New Y'ork, and at 9.40 a. m
unu m p. in. iur i-iiiiaueipuia.
wvu.u.u.u..uu, viucuKO, actiauu, C3UUUU1 null
Excursion Tickets to and from all points, at re
Baggage checked through; 100 pounds allowed
G. A. NICOLLfl,
.. . General Superintendent.
Heading, Pa , April 2) 1870.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA, &
WESTERN RAILROAD. Summer arrange-
wcu., 11111 11, iojv, AIU1US leuyU IUI lOllOWBJ
Ex- Mali BTATI0N8. K.u press
Via M. A E. Dlvls.j
Ar New York. (Lv
A II. t-.IC,
li-uut jiurcitiy ex.)
via Con. RIC. of N.J.
,...... 1 renion.....,
...Mount Bethel ......
.Factory vllle ........
Trains do not stop at Stations where the Time
At New Ifiintittan ulit. rd..,rni i it
Tile Mall and Express traius eanward and west-
A1, Washington with Morris A Essex It. R.
Mall and Express trains make close and reliable
connections with trains for New York. Newark.
Motrlslown. Dover, Waterloo, Hacketlstown As!
1 it wSnanKal-nunk with Belvidere Delaware
v "1 passengers reach Phlladelnl
utn, uy o. 4, via Kensington. Passengers on
n' ',a Vh'!,",t'Il'hra in time tS take the
UAtPK ):ZlatLlV"?0'" aax Washington.
e-VtlfJ??101 w,1" lcowannn 4 Bloomsburg
n.iitware 4 Hudson Kail Roads. Trains oil
wifki0 nU."ru?.'ct wl,Ul .our for Wtutou,
Vt llkes-Barre, Berwick, Bloomsburg. Danville
"'r'P'.1.1!"'! Archbald aiiciCarbondaleT' "auvu''
At Blughamtou with Erie Railway, stall No
I connects with Express Mall oil Erie IUI way
ten1.0, "W2 '-w' w,lUtt sleeping cowt Tau
l?Jn,'J'v1vlSl! Bt Uunal at .20 nelt moinh".
Swergcr,saTd,iCirr111 0 wny tm,n ,ur
Alhauy a Susquehanua Ralllload. Fourtralus
il.aJu,1,.cuc1,' wa' between Blngbamtou aud
Albany. One leaves Illnghumlou at 2.30 11 in
Hyracuso, Blnghamton 4 N. Y. R. It. Trains
for Sy racuse lea e at 7 a. m. and 8.24 p. m. Train!
(om1li,,",v)t lha.m.ands:i)V. iu.
":.'"fiNuy' . W.F.1IAI.LSTEAD.
won 1 i n... aim iK i, Agent. Bupt J
OTie vSriinJ iLASSva areniw
prepared to furnish all classlswlth consUnlenX
ldoymeiit at home, the whole of the time or
the spare moments. Lualness new. light and
prontablo. Persons ol either sex iiiny en
from Wc. to 15 iter evening, and 1 TprorortlomS
sum by devoting heir wfiil. time K (he bus"
jicss. Boys and girls earn nearly as much as
men. lhat all who see this notice may send
their addrtsa and test the business, we make
this unnsraleled offert To such m iwnot
well satisfied, we win lend II to i"y for the
trouble of writing. Full iwrtlcuUrs.'a valuabiS
sample, which will do to commence work on
and a copy of The iVenle'i Uterary lltZ"?
!rn0L1i" -l('l nrijait family Mey"pS
Mu, im uy luau. iteauer. If vou
ALLtN 4 CO., Augusta, Maluo, w
Dry Goods & Notions.
JkJEW STOOIC OF CLOTHING.
Fresh arrival or
PATJi AND WINTER G001.
Invites attention to his stock of
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING.
at his store on
Main Streot, two doors above the American House
where ho has Just received from New York and
Philadelphia a full assortment or
MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including tho most fashionable, durable, and
""Ua"rae DRESS GOODrt,
BOX, HACK, ROCO, GUM, AND OIL-ULOTU
COATS AND PANTS.
of all sorts, sties and colors. Hohasalso replen
ished his already large stock of
FALL AND WINTER BIIAWL8,
STRIPED, FIGURED, AND PLAIN VESTS
SHIRTS, CRAVATS, STOCKS, COLLARS
SUSPENDERS, AND FANCY ARTICLES
He nas constantly on hand a large and well-so-
ccted assortment of
CLOTHS AND VESTING3.
which he Is prepared to make to order Into any
kind of clothing, on very short notice, and In the
best manner. All his clothing Is made to wear,
and most of It Is of home manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
of s cry description, flue and cheap. His caseoi
Jewelry Is not surpassedtln thlsTplaoo. Call aud
examine hlsgencral assorlmeu of
CLOTHING, WATCHES, JEWELRY , AC.
Q C. M A R R
have Just received from the eaalern markets a
large and well selected stock of
Best bleached A
All wool flunnels
A good stock of
Ladles dress goods.
Latent styles A patterns,
Spices of all kinds,
Good stock groceries,
Wood A willow ware,
Flour ii Chop,
Also Kitchen Crystal Soap for cleaning Tin.
Brass,Ac. All goods sold cheap for cash or pro
He would call the attention of buyers to his
well and carefully selected assortraeut whteh
comprises everything usually kept In tho coun-
try, feeling confident that ho can sell them
goods at such prices as will ensure satisfaction
Nov. S,'60-lf C. C. MARR.
riiniii ivituivAL, ur
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
The subscriber has lust returned from the cities
with another large and select assortment of
FALL AWD WINTER GOODS,
purchased In New York and Philadelphia at the
owest figure, and which he Is determlued to sell
on as raodcrato terms as can be procured else
where lu Bloomsburg. His stock comprises
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
of the choicest styles and latest fashions, together
with a large '.assortment of Dry Goods and Gro
ceries, consisting of the following articles
Boots and Shoes,
Hats aud Caps
AND NOTIONS GEN RALLY.
In short, everything usually kcDt In conntrv
stores, to which lie Invites the attention of tho
publlo generally. The highest prloe will be paid
mr ooumry proauco in exchange for goods.
S. II. MILLER A SON.
Arcade Buildings, Bloomsburg, Pa.
..ShlS!,??."".?? w2uld respectfully announce
to the publlo that he has opened a
FIRST-CLASH CONFECTIONERY STORE,
In the building lately occupied by Fox A Webb
",b f'jnti ctitu luruisu an Kiuus or
PLAIN & FANCY CANDIES,
FOREIGN A DOMESTIC FRUITS
NUTS, RAISINS, 40., AC, AC.
BY W1IOLKHALI OU K K T A I L.
lu short, a full assortment of all goods
his line of business. A great variety of
DOLLS, TOYS, Ac.,
SVilS I" ,or,he HolWay- Particular attention
BREAD AND CAKES,
of all kinds, rresh overy day,
CHRISTMAS CAN DIES,
"oy'la-ISB7' ECKHART JACOBS.
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN
To my friends and thepuhllu generally, that all
ir cunsiauuy on hand and lor sale
AT BARTON'S OLD ST4.ND
JAMES K. EYER,
IX-Al.r. a . . ..
lv -"- ,-""" "r..M.Ig- 1'IISSr-IIATK or
" unusianuy on hand. feb8'C7,
M. C. HLOAN A BROTHER
Have on hand and for sale at the most reasona
ble rates a splendid stock of iiascua
CARRI AGES.-- RtlOmKl
and every description of Wasous imih
PLAIN AND FANOY
warrttuted to bo made of the best aud moat dui.
able materials, aud by the Mt iiMrini
workmen. Alfwork seut out from iK eitabi
llahment will be found to beof the highest clai
of all the newest aud most lsahlouabi .tvi.a
well and carefully made 'and If tho",? miu'ti
ii!i;?fct.lou cf tuelrwork Is asked
eSint ttat umi '"P'rlor can be "un
found in lit
LTX RUPERT, PA,
wniiiAH UU7LEB, Proprietor,
rronncior i.n ww
Dry Goods & Grooenefl.
FALL AND WINTEn GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
1 consisting of
' consisting of
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND OAPH,
If ATS AND OATO,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND BHOES,
BOOTS AND BHOES,
BOOTS AND BHOES,
PAINTS AND Oil),
paini's and oils,
paints and oils,
paints and oils,
paints and oils,
Northwest corner ot Alain ar.d Market Streets.
Northwest corner or Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main nnd Market Htreels,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets.
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
In large quantities and at rednced rates, alway
No IIuuuuu, It Is iirrmieil to euro lost or
Impaired Taste, Smell or Hearing, Waterlug or
Weak Eycs.ofleuslve breath, Ulcerated Throat
or Mouth, Pain nnd Pressure In the Head, and
loss ol Memory when caused, as all of them fre
quently aro by tVo ravages of Catarrh. It Is
pleasaut and painless to use, contains no strong
poisonous nrcaunic drugs, but curei bu itimlld
I will payjaw Reward for a case of Catarrh
that I cannot euro.
FOR SALE BY MOST DRUGGISTS EVE11Y
WHERE. 1'kice Onlt 50 Cknts.
If ypur Diugglsl has not yet got it on sale,
don t be put otr with some worse than worthless
strong bluir, "funilgator," or poisonous caustlo
f!?i&n''?1"c? w ?'"'""' ,!" foiAe lunii
Instead of curing it, but send sixty cents to me
and the remedy will reach you by return mall,
fitil l,ttclEet Post paid, 62.00, one dozen lor
Send a two cent slamp for Dr. Sage's pamphlet
on Catarrh. Address the Proprietor, ",'",,Bl
i.n .a PIERCEM. D..
Jan 7,'70-3ra. BuvrALo. N, Y.
NEW COAL YARD.
The undersigned respectfully inform the
H.'.'f6."' U'oomsburg nnd Columbia cointy.
i!i.,.h i k.et,P tuo ulffercntnunibers ofstove
coal and selecUd lump coal for smithing purpo
ses on their wharf, adjoining M'Kelvyf SealA
Co's' Furnace; with a good pafr of BuflaU scales
on the whsrf, to weigh coal, hay, aSd straw"
Likewise a horso and wagon, to driver coal to
those who dnlre It, As they purchase a Isrie
i'tSV'tSH11 8e" tlla vcry lowest prices. Please
.L",n1 """""o forymirsclvis lifore purchas
Ing elsewhere. j. w. llENDHIlsllOT
AlTnilU-IITU tncnti 1
aIIK underalgncu will tnko in
1 chamro for f 'onl n.l nmraru. t,- ...tt.
named articles t-Wheat, Rye, Corn. Oats T l,ta.
toes, Lard, Ham.Hhoulde'r.am side meauBu ler
Eggs. Hay, Ac, at the highest cash prices at his'
Grocery store, adjoining their coal yard '
Bloomsburg Mar. lO.-OO-ly! W KNDEIWHOT.
."1" - t a.J )
BEST IH THE W0RLD.iu)f
New York Office 27 BEEKMAN BT.
dec. S4,'(8 tm.
ipeued a first-class
BOOT, BHOE, HAT CAP, AND FUR STORE,
rn'eut of UU "'wtlon to hi. flue assort.
HATB, OAIU, FURS AND N0TI0N8
bellBvej tU1bac'01re,lrc'iaslng elsewhere as It is
iSS. "'P" tu'coTnt'y0. "e t
JJARI.Y ROSE POTATOES," "
HIE OHFAT TOPIC OF TUB mv
The subscriber has a limited aupply of the
Early Roso Pclalo. ul,i,i, i . ,,. . 'I, y..0.
w !!,! , ,.. . . . -vu I" muse
also, twenty of tbo Best Varieties of "
HOT.IIOUSE AND OUT-DOOR PLANTS
all Of Whllll Will beitei.tl.n I n,l .......... ..!
in their season. ,u,e'
PRICK LI8T OF EARLY ilO-E I'OTATOIB
Per pound. 85CnU Perpeck,75(eiiU! Perhaii
husheMlOiO, Per bushel. ,w V Zu"k!w,
ROVER & BAKER'S
The following aro selected from thou...,
testimonials of similar charactor, ai eDr, ,
tho reasons ror tno preicrence for the fjiav.
BAKKn Machines ovof all others. T"
ee '-j like the Grover A Baker Mshm. .
the first place, because, If 1 bad ani I -ls
should still want Ci rover A Raker" snd iS '
a Grover A Baker, It answers the pnrSS,. V'l
tho rest. It does a greater variety Vr mVl,
It is easier to learn than any other.''LtM!5 ."H
Croly (Jenny June). "".J.o.
"I havo uau several years' ....
with aOroverABaker Machine, which? mI?'
meurentsntlsfActlon. I think tho Grnvi.
er Machine Is more jnsllv mnnseiSi 1, Ma
ilable to get mit of order. I prefer thi'n iHi h
Baker, dcchl.dly.'MMrs. Dr. Wsttl 2lfv'
. "i navo nau use in my fainii. -"'a.
two years; and from what 1 know of t,10
Ings.nnd from tho testimony of initnu .0,-
rrloii.l.. who usu tho same. 1 ..m h... Of in
anything could bo moro coinpictoor i.llf ho
sallafactloii." Mrs. General Oiaut, "nl"
! bcltevo It to bo the btat .n ...
considered, of uuy that I havo kiVoi "?.
very slmplo nnd easily learned) tlietfuji'.l'
the ordinary spools is a grearajAml"8,ri
stitch is entirely rcllahloi It uwi Sn if?1
wora ueiiiiiuuuy i it is not liable In,.. :
llaker to them all, iSecnuse l' con"",? VielS !
moro elastic. I havo work now ln i 1 I w
which was done nlno yours ago, whk ifSS
good.-! .Mrs. Dr. Mouroady, No.4l SitT.. F
third Stieet New York. m T,tJ.
"Alore than twn.thlnU nr . u .i.. . .
douoln my family for the last iKore ri hlii "I
dono by Grover A inker's Uchlne,itd "
had a garment i lp or need mending exc!!.!'
rents which lrollcsomo boys will iiwi. IS
cloth. It is In my opinion bj far I he '
Be1ec.?r.n"y 1 toTB "'-"Aitril'f.'c'L'rV w's'S,
. . "Tho Grover Biker Sewing MatMn.
has rendered In every respect the moatS.,,2!
satisfaction. It combines so mauy MtmSSS
with beauty of execution and economy -fi fi32
that It Is n necessity In every houelioid-'-u-Governor
Geary, Harrlsburg, Pa. "' Mri
"I hnvnhad tho G rover A Baker Machlni
for ten or twelvo years in constant i in 2!
house. I navo seen anil known every kind A
family sewing, both personal and houattoff
accomplished upon theUroverAUakcrM.rK
to the entlro satisfaction of all who wii. S '
ccrucd."-Rev. Stephen H. Tyng. "
"I find thp Orover A Baker atltcU m
wear as long as tho garments do-ouiwtariS
garment In fact. The stltcli will not break
bias seams, when stretched, as othera do" ni
neither does It draw the work."-I.Mra. Dr iiiL
lng, 4 Enst Tweuty-rourth Street, New York,
e . '-Wo havo n Grover A Baker BetrlmMv
chlno for seven years lu constant uae.beramSi
felling, lucking, and everything that the n3
can do. It Is preferred over all othen on acMmt
ol Its durability of work, elastlilty.andSS
of stitch, eno of movement, and Umplicitr 2
construcilon."-.Mrs. Gen. IlVl. ? m' "
"Thero could he no greater comfort li a
family than ii Grover A Baker Hewing Machiti
1 havo used one for the last nine ur ten vtirt
and I think It Is decidedly the bust family 8.
i1!"-"-''!!?.6,!,''!'!6 l Whipple, wlti ot
,, w. u, ...u. ..tier.. iiBataiauon,
"I have had un opportunity of eiamln.
Ing and using other varieties of maihlnea- tan
very much prefer tho Grover A Baker stitch tor
strength, elasticity, and beauty. I have nern to
oilier mnchlno so simple lulls coii.iructlon a
o easily understood nnd kept In order."-ls!n
"During tho past eleven reara I Lava
lmil a Orover a linker Sewing Murhl je In con
slant uie, and It has never ri-uuJredtbeeaat re
pair. 1 take great pleasure lu rccommratoi
the Grover A linker ns theerv htstRewln.
chine for family use." (.Mrs.J.G. l'hyfe,10V(it I
Twelfth street, New York. I
"It Is so simple In Us structure thatltli
exceedingly dliriculi to get It out of orJer. Boia
of my little girls one tlvc-and.a.huir aud tu
oilier four years can sewbtrnlglit aeamaeoK
without assIslHiice."-Mrs. A. O. Fosi, wired
Rev. Aichibnld C. Foss, 1DJ West Thirtieth itrMI
"The Groves A Baker Mnclilnela aotbi
benefit to mauklud thatl ortcnfcelnsiboiiiQii
would do me good to trumpet Its pralata farul
near. The one I have Is of the plainest klod;
but I would not cxchangetl for the moat ixptu.
lve I ever saw of any other make. (Mrs. WIIms
wife of Prof. Wilson, of Hobart College,
"The simplicity of Us construction, tti
facility with which Us use Is acquired, the beta
ty, strength, and elasticity of Its stllcb.snd Ht
adaptability toall kinds oi work, ore cuaaiM
u-aiWi do not all belong at once to imyplAfr nu
cMne." Prof, HeLshaw, of WUUstou tienilcarr.
"My wlfo Is delighted with her Grortra
Baker Hewing Machine. Hhe prefers tlie Orow
a linker to any other she has sun." KeY.A.A;
Fisher, Philadelphia Conference,
"We have used one of Grover A Bakeri
Bewlng Machines lor about ten yeniB.anilHn'
was never nut of renalr, and give err general I
satisfaction." Mr. Edw Iu Hunt, 81 Lake itrttt I
Tho Grover and Bakor Sewing MacUna Col-
pauy manufacture both the Klaallc fjtitchual
Lock Blltcli Machines, and offer the public i
choice of the best machines or both klnJ,l:l
their establishments iu all the largecit ea, il!l
through agencies lu nearly all tuwni tbrouffeotf I
the country. Prlco Lists and sampea of sowing!
In both stitches furnlshod ou nppMcatloti ul
Grover a BukcrB. M. Co., Philadelphia, oi lo
j. a. iiohas,
Hardware & Cutlery.
THE NEW HARDWARE STORE!
WB ltT.lTH ULTRA. I
jHavlng enlarged our Store Room and Jul
OPENED A NEW BUPl'LY,
i1lrr.(lv ft-tttn flm M n tt it riii-lttrt-rri. Iilin-Iiaislh
cash, on a declining market, w o are prcpaired u
offer the same to .
FAllMEltS, MECHANICS, IiUILDUA
anil Mm i-ORt nf Tnntr Itt.l it fitnpritl Block. CeD-
ltrlsltitr nil Ihn UlntU Anil mutinies uanally kltl
Inncltyllard Waro Store, suitable tothewunl
oi tue county, at unusuauy low prie-ea. H
Alt thftBAU.Iinnrailnulpl,ilunr ItltrrlinimaKOO
In our lino can savo Money by looking Is. at Its
new itaru ware more. . , a
Please give ns a call and examine our iwaiti
HUNYAN A WAKDaV I
Apr. 23.00-ly r B loooiaburi, ft I
Jacob K. Smith. J. K. SM-ri
MIT II & SELTZER,
Importers and Dealers In Foreign sndhomit i
GUNS, OUTLERY, 0
KO. 409 X. TMIItD SrnKXT, AB. CAttOWIll,
Nov, 22, tn.it.
Q.ET THE BEST.
itunson's Cojipcr Tubular Llglitnma
tho best protectllin ngalnst dUnaltr Ly-1 inuw
over mvoutcd. Tho subscriber is roir:,l
above lnvctiLlnn. ntifl nil orders by inall 1
person will bo promptly attended to. I
Mnyl5,'68. K. 11, 111DLEMAS I
A now, cheap, durable, healthy, nl I
FLOOR COVERING I
A substitute for oil-cloth at one-third tMN"J
ti.i. . ... , t .....itlurcMlMl
.i ". i'in iutiui:t:u w ,7, nrnattl'i
lion of stroug. heavy paper, pilntrd lawn " 1
tal colors, and coated with a tough, "V rJII
proof eiiumel which receives the fjil
tho colors ami paper endures wo-hh " ,1
uti" me carpel ungui ana m-snn.". -
Ucliiu, ItsaiivHlitugcsiireasfollul-- jl
us ciisi i-c-uuers ll avaliauie iu ,.n
exceedingly siuooih and glossy, smll I
lutes next to no dust: It does iml S .ndtll
lukeu up and cleaned like other C'W'liJii.l
witia itiucu lanor anu irouuif; kl ti
casu may require, (which cils but trUjJJ
last Indttlnijely, even an agc.""d'"liS
new anu bright ; In Its use uo ici"" ;:1oi,
U placed mam Ihe paper for w ear, ad J
divu mr iruuas, i-iuiis,uuur "";'. i-roH I
purel.bul tho Ilrst attempt, either '"JfSffl
Aiucrlcu. lo convert It luln cnn-i t or now
Ing. all concede it lo bo an intlre ,lon! I
wi navo l urihnbcu tno rig";. iuj
couuly aud inn furnish the csriJ
d inn furnish the csri-i t"-
JYou uio Invited li'tlcall !'uKVrlWill
gitndsatnurstjre. M KELi, WW I
J-You uio I
Hids at our st.t
BliKimsburg, Dec. ll'ds-tl.
g L A T IS R O O F 1 N 0'
JOHN THOMAS, AKU OABrEll J' J"jJ
The Spring Term of tlal luelltuth wUJl
quarierof Eleven weeks will ltr"Sni
rlrst of July, when this e will be a y siaw
jinaruiug stuuenis, not i.ntt.--
""late charge of relation Wetili I
Mb tup DUUIIUttl, B.tw
Ish their own towels, AO.
Boarding and Lights, per quarter ;
lul.'.1' ,......,..,... S2 Vim V i
, Washing extra, and all bills l r"f,,el
n advance, and Lalasceat or fUoiil"l
tu utmiicr, a or lurinei "yj(, JJlIltUiJ"!
Mill vllle, March i, 1970-Viu.
Neatly executed at this Offlo