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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUKG, COLOMBIA COUNTY, PA.
THE YOUNG FOLKS.
A Orcnt Sermon lj A Utile
TAVA aOES THMHE.
"Mayn't I go with you, jm.'"? 0h.
ploaBO Bay I inny, won't you ?"
Thi words wcro uttered lu a pittlntlvo
nnd Badly entreating tone, tho lianili of
tho speaker clnsplntf tho knees of tho
It was a boy of suven yctn who lisp
ed them ; a beautiful boy, with fair
hiirh brow around which there cluster.
cd a glorloiH wrouth of nuburn curls;
with dark flashing eyes, cheeks rojy
With health, lips like tho cherries of
HUinuier and u voleo llko tho birds thru
tttto them. Tho eyus were full of tears
then, and tho llpa quivered.
It was a man of somo thirty flvo who
lhteriod to this plea : u man who had
buenuf unoblo and princely bearing
Ay, hnd been, but the bllghthia truth
wipi w . i' ten In .if face. Ills locks wore
mat ul, Uit forelie.id -otlliig; his eyes
red 'f u. ' wuii t'tira; tltero wurofur
ro, n 1 i iiocke, too, uud a bruilsh
fxpn aiou wero ou tno omu iianusotuo
Hps. Twice did the llttlo boy addieds
him ero ho answered. Then, pushing
tho child ruduly from hlra, ho Mild, lu
n stum volte, "No, no I It's no placo for
Again tho falr,9iuall hand claspod tho
"You go, papa. Why can't I go too?
Do let me."
Torn moment tho heart of tho Inebri
ate seemed to wako from Us sleep. Ho
Bhuddorod as ho thought of tho charac
ter of tho placo his puro-soulod boy
would enter should ho grant his request.
He took tho child tenderly in his arms
and kissed him as of old; then putting
him down ho said kindly :
"You must not ask mo again to tako
you there. It Is no placo for llttlo hoys,"
andHelzlng his hat hurried from tho
room, murmuring to himself as ho paced
tho way to tho brilliant bar-room, "and
no placo for men, either. Would to
God I had never found tho way."
For a long tlrao Wllllo stsod Just
whoro his father had loft him; then
turning to tho few embers that faintly
glowed npon tho hoarth, ho cat down
In his little chair, and resting his head
upon his mothers's lap, said earnestly:
"Mamma, why Isn't that pietty store
a good placo for llttlo boys? Papa loves
to go there."
It wasa trying question to tho poor,
heart broken woman. Sho had so far
kept from her son tho knowledge of his
father's sin. the could not bear that
ho should look with shame upon him,
or that his puto and gontlo heart should
thus communo with so intenso a grief.
Kindly she toyed with" his hair for a
while, then said, endearingly:
"Papa knows better than you what is
best for his llttlo boy. When you aro
older you will learn why ho does not
wish to tako you."
Then rising sho carefully put down
her babo upon its llttlo bed and tied on
her hood and cloak.
"Mind tho cradle now, Willie; I'll
come back soon, and then you shall
have somo supper, uud a uico flro to sit
by, too," and taking a largo basket of
ironed clothes sho went out. A wealthy
mother would have trembled at tho
bare Idea of leaving so young a child at
nightfall all nlono with an Infant to caro
for, nnd an open flro to sit beside. But
poor Mrs. M. know well sho could trust
Wlllio with his sister, and as for burn
ing up thero wero not coals enough to
thaw his Angers, No, sho did not fear
to leave him for ho had thus been left
many a time and had carefully obeyed
And ho meant to now; but poar fel
low his thoughts would wander to that
brilliant corner store, whoro ho knew
his father alwjys went at evening, and
his bralu was busy with eager wander
ings. Ho knew his father loved to go,
and it must bo very pleasant there, for
he never camo homo till long after
Wllllo was asleep. What lay bohlnd
those scarlet curtains was a mystery
he sought lu vain to unravel. .
At length ho whispered eagerly, as if
to encourage a longing wish:
"Papa used to tell me If I wanted to
know anything very bad to persovero
and I should And out. Now I do want
to know what makes him lovotogoto
that placo I know thero must bo pret
ty things behind those windows. I
shouldn't wonder" and his cheeks
wore glowing "I shouldn't wonder If
It was a fairy house. Why cau't I go?"
Poor Wlllio! Temptation to know
was too strong to bo resisted; so ho
"hunted through tho closet for a candle,
for bur llttlo Wllllo was a thoughtful
little fellow and would not lenvo his
llttlo Bister to-. tho only danger that
could menace her. Ho found a bit of
tallow dipnnd lighted it, drew thestand
closoto her, that the flume might scare
away tho rats and mice ehyulil they
tally out ero his return,
"I won't stay long, pretty dear,"
Bald ho, pressing n tender kiss on her.
sleeping lips, and drawing the blanket
closer over her fair arms. "No, I'll
eomo back soon, but I so want to tako
Just one llttlo peep."
8wiftly his little feet boro him ovor
tho pavement, nnd in. a trlco ho stood
besldo tho eurtalued window.
"How light It is, and how they laugh
and talk. It must bo funny thero."
A cold November blast swept around
the corner us he spoke, penetrating his
thin summer clothing and cuuslng his
flesh to quiver and bis Itcth to chatter.
"I don't bellevo they'd hurt mo If I
should go In awhile, I'm such a llttlo
boy, and I am so cold out here," hOBuld
ad he pushed tho dour carefully from
him, slipping in and closing it without
a "broMih of noise." For a moment ho
was bowlldered by tho light audclattor
but undljig that no one secmoil to no
tlfO htm, ho strode toward the glowing
grate and cprcati out his purple palms
bef n the blase. Tho group of mou
that enei'cltd tho bar wero drinking
when be enttrcd. Soon, however, they
nit down tlitlr flaggiM and dispersed
nl the room
"ilaliool'' ald one lu u loud tone as
Koliit, to tlio Urn huKpU'd little Wllllo,
"What nro you doing hero, my llttlo
fellow' Who nro you and what do you
"I don't want anything only to sen
what you uo here. My name Is Willie
M. My papa loves to coinu here aud It
looked so pleasant through tho window
I thought I'd camo too. But I must
not stay long for I've Jeft tho baby
Tho sauu'a tones woro softened as he
nioko to film again,
"And where Is your in oilier, my llttlo
"O, she's gono to takohoniothowash,
Ir. Papa don't get as much worK ns
ho used to ouco, nnd Wo nro vory poor
now, and sho has to help mm."
"And docs It look ns pieasaut in ncro
as you thought it would, my child?"
"O, yes, It does, sir. 1 don't wonder
papa loves to come hero, It's so cold
and dark at home. But 1 should think
ho would bring mamma and mo and
llttlo his. How sho would laugh to seo
this Aro. and nil theso pretty bottles,
and those flowers with lights In them.
Please, sir." said ho earnestly, nnd
ho seized tho rough hand of tho llstenor,
"plcaso sir, tell mo why llttlo boys
can't como hero wltn tltoir Miners?"
"Fur dud's 6ii i;e do not toll him
Bancroft," said a deep anguished voico,
"Ho thinks mo pure and good: but, oh
heavens! what n wretch 1 am, My
boy my boy!" nnd Wllllo was clasped
lu his father's arms.
"You have haved mo from earth's
vilest hell, for hero with my hands on
thy sinless brow, 1 promlso uover again
to touch the cup. And my brothers In
sin, as you valuo your souls' salvation
do not tempt ino to break my vow,
Help me, heaven help me, men, so to
live hereafter that I may never blush
to tako my boy with me,"And taking
his boy In his arms, ho went swiftly
Silently tho door closed after them
and silence dwelt In tho saloon behind
them. Tho pri acher had been there in
cherub form, aud crazy, loose, unholy
thought, or light and ribald Jest was
hushed. Ono by ono they stolo nwny
to their homes, uud many a wlfoworo
smiles that night: nor did tho old bar
tender, even, curse tho llttlo ono who
had robned him of so many dimes.
The memory of a llttlo boy whoso cur
ly head had beau for many years lying
under tho 6od In tho churchyard was
too dear, and ho mumurcd to himself,
ns ho stirred tho flic:
"Who knows what I might have
been had my llttlo boy been spared to
"Don't you like me, papa? Aro you
cross at me?" asked llttlo Wille, while
thoy stood a few moments on tno pave
ment; for tho scene In tho room was
all an enigma to him, and ho feared a
"I was wondering what mamma
would llko best for supper," said tho
"Was you? was you?" was tho eager
question In n glad voice. "O, then, I
know you ain't cross. O, get oysters,
and crackers.and tea, papa; aud candle,
too, becauso there's only a llttlo bit of a
pleco. And please, papu, tell mamma
not to bo cross with me 'causo I left the
baby. I don't believesho will, though
'causo may bo you wouldn't have como
homo so soon, and she does lovo to
havo you at homo so much. O, I feel
Just llko crying, I feel so glad."
"And I feel llko crying, too,"sald tho
father solemnly. And ero midnight ho
did cry, and his wife, but they wero
holy tears, washing his henrt of tho
dust that had gathered on its beauty,
aud hers of tho sorrow that had draped
It llko a pall.
crowing to tho best ndvantago In ro
guru to spaco and cultivation, una
grain of wheat In soil frco from weeds,
und kept mellow, as wo do the sou
around somo vegetables, wouiu snow a
product 03 different from what wo sco In
nn ordinary broadenst whoat field n9
tho solitary mountain oak differs from
tho puny sapling In tho shady forest.
"When thotlmocomes that wo plant,
hoo nnd cultivate wheat, n part of tho
extra cxpenso of tending It will bo de
frayed by tho saving of seed, from the
difference of tho two bushels or more
which many now usc.and tho peck that
will bo sproad over tho samo ground."
Xew England Farmer.
Drugs and Chemicals.
PIHHNIX PECTORAL.CUHES COtJOtll
P UENIX PK.CIORAL CURES COUHII
PHCENIX PECTORAL CURES COUGH I
Stovos aud Tiuwaro,
jq-EW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
Main Street ono door nbovo E. McndenlmU's
Store. ... ....
a large ..ssuriii.eiii. ui nm.r-., i.i,i-,b ,,.,
Range constantly on hand, nna for snla nt the
Tinning lnnll Us branches carefullynttoudedlo.
Tin worlt of nil kinds wholesale ami retail,
trial Is requested.
CTOVEd AND TINWAKE.
a. m. nurEnr
announces to his friends nnd customers that
continues the nbovo business nt hlsold placo on
MAIN STREET, ULOOMSIlUltO.
Customers cun bo accomodated with
of all kinds, stovepipes, Tinware and uvery va
riety of artlclo found In n Stovo and Tlnwai o ES
lubllshraent In the cities, and on the most reason
able terms. Repairing donoaltlio shortest notice.
25 DOZEN MILK-TANS
on hand for sale.
EW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
ON MAIN STREET,
Tho l'hcenlx Veetorat wilt euro tho diseases pr
tho Throat and Lungs, such ns Colds, rough.
Croup. Asthma,Bronchltl,Cntnrrh,Horo Throat
Hoarseness. WhoonlUE Cough, and Pulmonary
Consumption. This niodltino Is prepared nyur.
Levi Oberhoitzer ot runnuoipii.i., aim iuiiv.j
of l'hreulxvlllo, l'a., and although It 1ms only
hp.n ntreren ror tvu years, mure nmu mu .,,.-
lou bottles havo nlrcndy uctn sold
mand for it Is Increasing every day. Many or
tho Retail Drugilsta buy 11 in lots o nve gross,
and not n few of tho Country Storekeepers try
T ACKA WANNA AND
On nnd rtar Jan, 17, 1S70, Pasicngcr Trains will
run as ronowsi , ,,,
UL00M3- -VTEW STOCK OP CLOTHING.
p. m. n, m,
........ , Uerntitnn 1,V tllrt 10.40 a.m.
train for Orcut Hcnd, lllngnamtou, Albany nnd
nil points Nor,.., East " W0.
BEiUlLY OrrOSITK KILLEll'
The undersigned has Just fitted up and opened
STOVE AND TIN SHOP,
u this placo, whoro he Is prep.ued lo mako up
new Tin Waiie of all kinds in his line, and do
repairing with neatness and dispatch, upon the
most reasonable terms, lie ulso keeps on hand
STOVES OF VAllIOtTS PATTEHNS & STYLES,
which he will sell upon terms to suit purchasers.
Give him n call, llols n good mcchuulc, and
deservlug of tho publlo patruungo,
niooinsburg, April 20, 1667.
one gross at a time. Nearly ovcry ono who h'
ever sou, n ii'suiir-. iwuo (,i,t..,.w..j,......
nil who nnvo useu a, uuu itfliii,Hij ,;:..
dcrful power Incurlug Cough. Wonroconndout
U1IU llicro no Known natiiviiiD ,
vnlno to the community nsthoPhcenlx Pectoral.
It has cured cases of tho most painful aud dis
tressing cough, of years standing.
it uas given luntrnt n.-,ii , ,.,',.-.-," o.
Whooping cough, and greatly shortened lis du
ration. . , , . .
It lias cured croup inn iow iiiiiiuv
,.rtnB,niln,i lint l.ecii cured bvlt. whero nil
olliorrcmcdltshndfulltdtodo good. .,,
Hoarseness naB uceu turtu .1. . o.e,.w
"'Many physicians recommend lt,nnd others uso
It themselves nnd administer It In their prnctlco
whllo others orposo 11 becauso It takes )
''wo recommend It to our readers and Ipr far
ther particular, would refer you to the circular
arouud tho bottlo where you w II find numeious
certificates given by persons who have used 11.
It Is so pieasaut to the taslo that children cry
fIt Is astlmnlatlngoxpcctornnt, giving strength
nt tho samo time that It nllnys tho cough.
The pioprlctor of this mcdiciuo has o much
contldenco in lis curntlvo powers from tho testi
mony ortliousnnds who havo usod It that tho
money will bo refunded lo nny purchaser who Is
not satisfied with tho eirccts.
It is so cheap that nil cm buy It.
Prlco 2i Cenls, Largo Uotlles tl.00
It 1, preraredcml W)EKmmI.n M
No. 153 Km Hi Third Street, Philadelphia,
V ntrt,.i,nnn,d nnttrirUt nr Ktorokcener
docs not havo this medicine ask him to get It for
yuu, uud do not letlilm put )ou oil with komo
oilier preparation because hu nin.tcs moro mon
ey on it; but go or semi at once to homo store
w ncro you jinow ji i i&eiJi, vi
holtzcr. 150111 oy js. 1: i.uiz j,ruKsii.
burg, and 11. W. Creasy, Co., Light Street, and
neai ly ovcry druggist and utorekeerer In Colum-
ATAWISSA ltAlL.ItOAD-011 and
after MONDAY, nop. 0, isw,. i-nsseiiKei
tiainson thoCatawlssa ltailroad will run nunc
following named nouis:
1,. Mnhony June.
nine, lamaqua. uiuv,
" 0.17 "
" lO.O'i "
gHAPvPLESS & HARJIAN,
EAOI.K FOUNOKY AND MANUFACTURlNa tUOf.
STOVES & TLOW8 WHOLESALE & HETAIL
THE CELEB HATED MONTnOSE IKON 1IEAM AND
TUE UUTTON WOODEN BEAM I'LOWS.
Castings and Flrollrlck for repalrlngcltyStoves.
All kinds of Hrnss or Iron casting made to order
upon irtf KaBPLiaa r. s. hauman,
nioomsburg, Pa. Proprietors,
EXCELS ALL OTHER LEAP I
1st. Tor lis Unrivaled Whiteness,
2.1. l'or Its Unequalled Dur.i.iillly,
ltd. For its Unsurpassed Covci log Properly,
Lastly for 11 Economy.
Virlt COslM LESS to paint wlthUrcK Leah
than any olher Wlillo Lead extant. Tho fame
weight covers MOKE SUlll'ACi:, Is moro DUK
AllLE, nnd makes WHITEll WolllC.
BUCK LEAD, Is tho Cheapest aud Best.
Arr, 0.00 p. m,
Dep. 5.23 "
" 4.07 "
" 4.10 "
" 1.00 "
" 8.40 "
" 3.3i "
" 2.25 "
" 1.50 "
" 1.4) "
" 1.30 "
' 1.10 '
" 10.10 n.m,
I To New York via. Head
1 lug or iMnucn uuuua.
From Now York via. I
Manih (Olllllk. I
NoCliangoof cars between Willlnmsport nnd
Phlladclphhu ulu. wtJiiUHuy t.
gllOWN'S FAST FlvEIOHT
FIIOM PJIILADELI'IIIA TO 11LOOMSUUUU,
nnd lutcrmedlato points. Goods forwarded with
...i , nn,l ,l,.nt(.b and nt low rates.
Goods, at I'llllaueipnia, must uo ueiivereu ai
llllner SCO's. 811 Murltcl Street, l or tun par.
tlcubus, applv to
hCUOYLEU A KOllIN.SON.Propilttors,
Aug. VSO.'OO-tf. It. 11. Depot, nioomsbuig,Pa
ATOPvTHEltN CENTRAL! KAIL-
On nnd after Nov. 15th 1800, Trains wll
leave Northumberland hs follows t
853 A. M.. Dally to Wllllamsport, (except Sunday)
lorr.lulira, vauauuHiKiia, imtin-iui, uuuimu
Hnwnpimlnn Uridine, nud N. Falls.
050 r. M., Dally, (except Sundays) for Elmlra and
liullahi via Erie Hallway from Elmlra.
6J0 j'. M., Dally, (except suuuays) lor Williams-
10.25 A.M. Dally (except Monday's) for Daltttnoro
WILMINGTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
Il.lo P.M. Dally(exceptSuuday's)ror Baltimore
Wusiilngtou nnd Pnlladclphla.
UD. S. YOUNG,
Geuoial Passenger Agent.
ALrnr.n 11, Fiske, Gcn'l Supt.,
Fresh nrrlval of
TALL AND WINTEIt GOODS.
invites attention to his Mock of
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE CLOTH INO
ni his store on
Main street, twodoor above tho American H01W
where ho has Just received from New York and
Philadelphia n full nssortmcnt 01
MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including tho most fashionable, durable, and
eonslsllug of ,
BOX, SACK, IIOCU, uu.m, a u uiii-uuu...
COATS AND PANTS,
of all sorls.slzcs nndcolors. Ho has also replen
ished his nlrcndy largo biock 01
FALL AND WINTEH SHAWLS,
STRIPED, FIOUltED, AND PLAIN V1.STH
SI1IKTS, CKAVATS, STOCKS, COLLAUS
eUSPENDEUS, AND FANCY ARTICLES
He nas constantly on hand n largo and well-so-
octod assortment of
CLOTHS AND VESTING,
which ho Is prepared to mako to order Into any
kind of clothing, on very short notice, nnu in mo
best manner. All his clothing Is made to wear,
nud most of It Is of homo manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
.f. ....lnc,.,'l,Hnn. flrinntid cheap. Ills cafio 01
iowolrvlsnotsurpassod'lnthls'placo. Call nud
cvnmlno his general assortmen 01
CLOTHING, WATCHES, JEWELItt , iC,
HATH AND CAPS,
11ATR AND UAPH,
HATH AND CAPS,
HATH AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
IIOOTH AND HIIOEH,
BOOTH AND HIIOEH,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
The following nro selected from ih
testimonial or similar character, as ...
tho reason for tho proferenco for the a in
BAKER Machine over nil others,
' I llko tho Grover A Baker Vt,,
tho first Place, because, If 1 had anj I JM'
should still want 11 Grover Baker snn,. ,h."' I
n Grover Baker, R answers tlm puSS,.l,l
thorest. ltdoen greater variety or K&WlJI
Ills easier 10 lenrn mnn any other." 1
Croly (Jenny June). J".J,ft
"I havo nnd Bevcrnl venr.i ... .
siiaKersinchlne.wli rti h. ';t
C. 31 A K 11
Some A civ ItlcUN 011 IVlicat Cul
ture. TOO MUCH SEED USED.
Among farmers in this country, as
well ns in Europe, the question as to
the proper amount of seed to bo used in
tho cultivation of grain lias of late re
ceived considerable attention, Wo
liavo long been convinced that In ral3
IiiK wbeat too much seed to tho aero is
used, and have fcaid that wheat should
be planted, not sowed. If this Is dono
at tho proper time, winter wheat may
be raised with as much certainty as
spring wheat; indeed, wo think with
moro certainty, and every ono knows
that winter wheat, when It succeeds,
yields a larger crop and of better qual
ity. Let it bo planted as early as It
can bo without danger of the seed stalk
starting boforo tho frost, and the plant
will become well rooted, and unless the
water stands upon tho surface it will
not suffer from tho winter.
Wo aro inclined to believe that wheat
put into tho ground from two to four
lnchcs.dcep, in rows sixteen or eight
een inches apart, with tho grains not
less than six Inches apart In tho row.
would yield, with proper cultivation
afterward, doublo tho number of bush
els usually obtained per aero.
Why should wheat unllko other crops
deteriorate both lu quantity and weight,
as It Is well known that It does? Corn Is
not only kept up to its full standard,
but constantly Improved, by selecting
tno best grains for seed, nnd giving it
clean culturoand allowing each plant
sufllclent space In which to spread Its
roots and And nourishment. Now corn
sown broadcast and 60 thick that It
would shado tho ground and thus keep
down tho growth of weeds, and tho
corn for feed taken from tho average
projucts of the Held, how long beforo
it would depreciate as much as tho
wheat crop has done?
Tho idea that wheat must grow so
thick as lo shado the ground In tho
spring, and thus favor the catch ofcrass
seed which wo usunlly sow with it, or
so tnicK as to smottiertho weeds In
tho rich but poorly oultlvnted soils of
tho wost, Is wo bellevo all wrong. Wo
ask why grass seed should bo sown at
all with wheat? It can bo sown to
better advantago after tho wheat is
harvested.lf the wheat has been nroner
ly cultlvated.ThQ wheat needs tho wholo
strength of tho soil, while UlscrowIiiL'
us much as does tho eorn.and the weeds
should bo cut down by cultivation in
tho wheat Held as woll ns In tho corn
Tho editor of tho Prairie Farmer in
dl-courslng upon this subject makes
somo very fcensiblo remarks, which
wo wouiu commend totho consideration
oreiihUrn as well as western wheat
growws. Ho says: "If wheat Is sown
thick enough to keep weeds down it Is
sown thick onough to keep down a
largo number ofsplres that would grow
und produce seeds, 'somo an hundred
fold, somo sixty fold nnd somo thirty
fold,1 If thoro was room enough for
tnom to develop.
"How mauy of onrfarmorsnroauaro
how near togother tho grains of wheat
ile when they sow two bushels of wheat
to tbu acre? and yet some sow heavier
than that. One peck lo thoacro will
put four grains on overy souaro foot of
mo mini, and it Is highly probable that
theso are morr than would crow to tho
host advantage. Tho truth is that
very few of us havo over seen tho pro
duct of a single grain of wheat that was
SIACHINE SHOP AND AGRICULTURAL
Tha undersigned desires to inform his friends
and tho publlo generally, that ho has 1 cbullt aud
enlarged his Foundry and Machine Shop, and re
moved all his business from Light Street to the
above named place, whero in connection with
his Foundry ho will continue to manuracturo
Wheeler's Railway Chain Horse-Power and
Thresher, (improved), Caruell's Patent.
THRESHER AND CLEANER,
either overshot for Tread-rower or undershot
with Lever-Power. Ho also manufactures to
order aud III up all kinds of
MILL Q E A It I N O ,
rur.n1nrKnw xtAndrels. Patent Slides for Saw
Mills, tho latest Improved Iron Beam Plow of
different kinds Wooden Beam Plows, Doublo
Corn Plows, and Plow Points or overy descrlp,
tlon generally used throughout tho county.
IRON KETTLES, BELLS
Cellar Grates, Stovcs.Hledandfilelgh Soles, und
In fact everything generally madalna country
ountm iiiose wisuing 10 purciuo jiiiuunen
would ffn well to examine his machines, aud the
improvements mado on tho powertby which at
least m per ccnu 01 iuu inciiou is iuucu uu.
ALL MACHINES ARE WARRANTED
to give good satisfaction, and terms made to suit.
purcnasers. au uiuuh ei ci uuiry jhuuuvb ium-u
In exchnnce for Plows and cnstlnKS.
Thank fill tn his friends and natrons for past
favors no w ouiu still continue 10 HoiiwivwiaKuiuc,
Wil.ljlA.Al BU11U XX.r.11.
Apr.0,00-ir Orangevllle Pa.
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l'or Its Unsurpassed Covering Property.
Lastly, for Its Great Economy,
being tho CHEAPEST, HANDSOMEST, and
most DURABLE White Paint in tho world,
11 U Y ONLY
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TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
Satisfaction Guaranteed by tho Manufacturers.
BUCK COTTAGE COLOKS,
Prepared expressly for Painting
COTTAGE, OUT BUILDINGS of every dtscrlp
tlon, FliNurc-s ,vc. Tiiiitt l-r ivh uu-rju
KNT COLORS, Durable, Cheap, Uniform, and
Samplo cards sent by Mall If desired.
Dealers' Orders will bo promptly executed by
FRENCH, RICHARDS CO.,
N. W. Cor. Tenth and Market Streets,
Q. L O B E MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Pliny Freeman, President, H. C. Freeman, Bee
Cash capital over 52,000,000, an paid.
J. B. KOBISON.BLOOMSBUna.PA
Tor Luzerne, Lycoming and Columbia
York Horse, Death A Thcft....
Home, New Haven.-
Danville, norso Then -
FUEAB BROWN, (fif,
raarn.CSMy. BLOostanuEfi, Pa
rHY WILL YOU
RUIN YOUR EYESIGHT
DY I'SINO COMMON (J LASSES,
When you can purchase
LAZARUS & MO Bit IS'
CEI.Knit ATED 1'KlU'liCTEl)
SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES
THE BEST IN THE WORLD,
They nro recommended by tho Faculty for
ZiT ' J"iiw, xiriuiuntv 01 j.inisn,Hllu
their Strengthening and Preserving Powers, In
which they excel ull others. They last many
They can only bo obtained In
Of Miss A. D. WEBB,
BOOH STOKE, MAIN STREET,
Hole appointed Agent for this placo. No Peddlers
cmpiuyuu ur cuppneu,
Is 111 excellent article
of grauulatcd Virginia ;
wherever Introduced it
la universally admired,
It is mil un In himdsomo muslin unmj.ln which
orut-ru lor aicerbciiaum npes are uauy pacuou.
I.OUILT.AnD'H I classed bv nil who cou
YACIIIT CLUH surae it ns theUnefct of
smoking Tnli'irr.i nil;" it la made or the
HmoKiug louacco choWst leaf erown It
h finn-ncrvous in iiseiieet. ns tno wiroti
haa been extracted: it leaves no disagreeable
lasto alter smoun.ir.it is very miui.iiieht in color
and weight,hence ono tKHind will last as longns3
01 orumary louncco. in uns uranu wo niso pacn
orders every dav for first email Lv Meerschaum
J.-1J.JU3. j. ry it aim convince ymirbeivi'B ll is nil
11 ciainis 10 no, "iiiu ntoi ur al1j."
LOltlLLAllIVH I'lhls brand of Tino Cut
C E N T U It V I chewing tobacco hat, uo
Chewing Tobacco. I ffIErt SK.SSK
aouot me nest chew nig tobacco lu the country,
54 N IT V V R
iwiu siiii ncKnowieutrcti "inn iioHf1
have uow been In tz
cral uso in the United
If VOUr fitorelrr-enrr ilnpq nnt 1mvn lmer nrtl,
Cles for BUle. ask lilm Inrrdthm Ihev nrn .nld
uj iCBjivuiuuicjouutTB aimosi everywuere,
Circular or prices forwnrded on application.
1', L.UJtlljljAltL t uu.
Monday, AvrIl 13tb, 1870.
fJrmt Trunk Lino from tho North uud North
west tor l'hilndeli)hla,NowYork, Ue.iuing.rotts
ville. Turn aqua, Ashland, fcjhamoltlu Lebanon
Allenlown, Gaston. KphraUt, Lltlz, Luucubtur,
Trains tenvo Harrlsburg for Now ork. as fol
lows: At tj,:&, uud b,H) a. iu., noon aud
2,05 p. m., connecting with similar IruluN ou
I'enuH. iuiurouti, uuu arriving ui iew lorn ni
12.1a. noon. :UUU,5U nud 10,'x n. m. respectively.
Sleeping ears accoiupuiiy the 6,3oa. m aud 12. .ID
noon iiains wiiuuui i-miuf.
Uutuiulng: Leave Now Vmkat 0,00 a.m. and
V2.W noon and 5,W p. in. 1'hlhulelplila at 8.15
a m, nnd 3.30 p.m. Hloeplug ears accompany
the 'J.w u. m uud 5,00 p.ni,, trains irom N.
Lieavo iiarrisDurg ior uenuiug.i'oiisvine, 1.1
manua, MiuersvUlo, Ashland, ishnmokin I'iuo
Urovo, Alientown & ThlU'd. at8,l0a.m., & 2,05 A.
4,10 tun., stopping at Lebanon and principal way
Htatlous: the 4,10pm. train connecting lor Thil'a
Poltsvlllo and Columbia only. For 1'ottsvllle
Schuylkill Haven und Auburn, vlu Schuylkill
and susrmehauuu ltailroad, leave llarrlsburg at
Way l'ussenger Train leaves Philadelphia at
7,30 a.m., connecting with similar tialn on L'ast
l'a. railroad returning irom UcadiUe;atO,:ijp.m.
k topping at all stations.
Xjtuvo 1'uiisviiiu ui u,tiuu v,w u,m,,anu .,1) p.m.
llerndonnt 0.30 a. ra.,bhamoklu at 6.40 and 10,10
u. m., Ashland ut7,0oa,m. and I2;w nuou Tama
qua nt X.M a. m., uud 2,20 p. ni.lor l'hlladclphia
and New York.
Leave rottsviiio via Hcimyiitii nnd susaue-
hanna IUilLroad at 8,15 a.m. lor Uarrlsburg, and
ij.au a. m., ior nuouruvo ami iremoni,
lteadlmr Accommodattou Tram leaves Potts-
vitlo nt 6,40 a. m.. pawses Kcodlug at 7,30 a. m., ar
riving at Philadelphia at 1U.20 u. m. Ileturnlrur,
leaves Philadelphia at 0,15 p. m., passing Head
ing at 8.00p.m,, arrlvlugat Pottsvlllo nt 0.40 p.m,
roiisiowu Accommouaiion xraiuneavesroiiB-
towu at 6,25 a.m.,, returning, leaves Pnlladclphla
at 4,00 p.m.
Columbia Railroad Trains leavo Reading nt
7,15 a.m., nnd 0-15 p.m. for lJpbrata, Lltlz, Lancas
ter, Columbia, Ac.,
Perklomen ltall Road Trains leavo Pcrkiomcn
Junction at 0.00 a. m.. 3.00 & 5.30 p. m. rcturnlm: :
leavouchwcnksvlllo at 8.05 a.m., 12.15 noon, aud
4.15 p.m.. connecting with similar trains ou
coicbrookdalo Railroad trains leave Tot ts town
at 0.40 a. ni nud 0.20 n. m.. returning lenvo Mount
Pleasant at 7.00 nnd 11.25 a. m., cohuecl'ng with
hiimiur iruiiiM uu imuuiu ixunruuu.
Coester Vallev ltailroad Tialns leavo Rrldtro
port at 8,30a. m. und 2.05 nud 5.02 p. in. returning,
leave Downlmzton nt G.20 a.m.. 12.15 noon nud
5.15 n. in., connecting with similar trains ou
l -vr . ... . r na .. Tii.it
phiaat b,00 a.m. and 3.15 p.m., (tho 8,00 a.m. Ualu
uiuningouiy io iienuing,! roiisviuo o,uu a.m.;
Harilsburg at 5.35 a. m. and 4.10 p. ni. and
iteadlna nt7.15 a. m. nud 10.05 n.m. for Harris-
burg, nt 7.2J a. m. for New York, aud at 9.10 a. in
and 4.25 p. m, for Philadelphia.
.Commutation, Mileage. Heason, School nud
Excursion Tickets to aud from nil points, at re
RacKaKo checked throush: 100 uounds allowed
G. A. NICOLL9,
Roadlug, ra April 20 1870.
havejusticcclvcd from tho eastern markets a
largo and well betectcd stotk of
D H Y GOODS,
Reiit blenched &
All wool flannels,
A stock of
. Ladles dress goods,
Lale-t My lea A patterns.
Hplces of all kinds,
Good stock gioccrks,
Wood it willow ware,
Hour & Chop,
Also Kitchen Crystal Sonp for cleaning Tin,
Dross, Ac. Alt goods sold cheap for cash or pro
Ho would cnll tho attention of buyers to his
well and carefully selected assortment whieli
comprises everything usually kct iu the coun
try. feelli.K confident Mint lie can sell them
goods at ouch prices as will eusuro satisfaction.
NOV. 5tiU-lf C. C. UAiltt.
PA I NTH AND
riUOVKU & 11AKEIV8
Vfl niiWipiu MACHIWE3,
i.lln h... him.
er Mschlno Is mnro easily mnnairti T
llal,Iolniret,out nf nrilnr. t prefer 'thllnil
llaser,ileci(icuiy."-iHrs. nr. Watts,
1 havo Had ono lu my fatuiiv ?
two years! uud imm whull know or ?"ott
liis, anil irom tho testimony of inanJ r0'
friends who uso tho Baiue, 1 can lutMVjal
nny thing could ho 111010 eomiileio nr Jfv. ,
mlislaclTon." Mrs. ucuerai Uiaut, btlUl
"1 bellevo II lo bo tho best nil iu
onildered, of any that I have kiVom V,""
ery klinuloaudvukUy learned! tlm V.-,..' !'
,....u b. - .. i ...luiirnn
Milch is entirely reliable; U docsoSin1,11?
worK hcmmiuily I II la uoV liable tomb's
Coriii,l.f A- Hs""m su s a?
"I aid acqitalmcd with the votkef n.
principal machines: audi prefer tha (irnv.."'!
liaker to them all, because l' cun.We, V&t
moro elastic. I have work now lai!,. S,?'
Which wna Uouo nlno years nBo.wMchfta
pood.- Mrs. Dr. Jloi-roauy, .No.Vl SutT?.! F
third alrect Now York. ' '"""'"oh-.
".Moro than two-thlnli of M ii,.
donoin iny family lor thulatloycarhMbi
The undersigned would reaiectfully announce to
the citizens of illoomsbnrg and the publlo gene
rally tha he Is running an
between this place and the different railroad do
pots dally (Sundays excepted), to connect with tho
several trains going Bouth nnd West on tho Cata
wlssa and Wllllamsport ltailroad, and with those
going north and Bouth on the Lackawanna and
nisOmnlbussesaro In good condition, commo.
dlous and comlortable, and charges reasonable.
rersons wishing to meet or sco their friends do-
part, can bo accomodated upon reasonable chargo
by leaving timely notice at any of the hotels.
, JACOD L OIHTON, rioprietoi,
OltANQEVILLK, COLUMUTA COUNTY, l'A
I'KOl'. E. J, HCHOOXOVr.n, Principal,
MIta. E. J. HCHOOXOVEIl, Preceptress,
This institution, for tho education of youna
Ladles and Uentlenien, will roopen under
eunree or rror, Hcnoonovi r, on iioNDAY April
hleh order of talent, will be employed in each
department, and no etlort spared to secure to
pupils thorough mill Judicious culluie.
Tho course of Instruction will Includonll tho
branches usually taught In High Schools and
nciiiiuAiK.vi tuv mn. lilUU,
Hneclal attention glen to Normal Hchool
training and Continental Instruction,
Primary Department fi to S3 per Quarter
Higher llrauches SJ to 8 per Uuarter
LOOATIoNi-Thls excellent Institution is lo
catwl In n pleasant village of about six hundred
Inhabitants free from tho temptation or a
large clty-aboutslx milts from the ltall with
dally communication to the dlllerenl roads.
The buildings uro situated upon nn elevation,
uj u utuuuiui B.uve,iiuu nericci.!
CALENDAR roll 1870 :-Bprlng session begins
April 4th, 170 and continues 13 weeks, following
Which there Will La il varntlrni ,f hi tpnelr.
Fall term commences August 15, 1870, continuing
11 weeks. Winter term opens November 7, 11170
EXPENHEH : Hoard can be obtained lu prl
vata families atf.omfi2..vi tn s4.(.litor i.- ,
dcslrablo rooms will bo furnished to students
wlbl.lug to prnvldo for tliemselrcs.
Scholars will be admitted at anytime during
the iculon althougl. It Is preferable to commeuto
.,,1 V11U .C1IU,
l'or further particulars, nddress the Principal,
nt Oraneevllle, Pa, 1
"pvELiAWAKE, LACKAWANNA, &
,m m vrj3i t.ii iiiijituiiJ. nummerarr.iage'
mcm.ipni i ruins leave us iimuwa ;
JZA 8T W A 11 D. V ESTWA 11 P.
r.x Mall STATIONS. Mall Picss com.
A U O IPS
SUPEIt I'JIOSI'IIATE OE LIME.
ft?! !"'' !(.. "38 tV.llu St.. I fc.rtBu.tl. It.
wannne moslimpn nrnml ll h-IUiiz
JV0!0,1" rul.ll.hcl an, the .!
I'i'iT'"- 'I'o'drculan. Theywlllowtymi
nothlng.and mayboofgreatU-nnt lo yon.
gLATE II O O f I N O,
WOST PAVOItADLE KATES,
JOHN THOMAS, AND CABl'EIt J, THOMAS
Jiox. Z77. Bloomsbarg, l'a,
A nCII STKEET
JtlL. CARPET WARE1IOUBE.
wA'HST..IIItLOWINrH ST., l'lULADKLl'IIIA.
THE OLD EHTA11LIHHED HTAND,
Reeelvlns for the.Hnrlnir Trn,tM ti lnru .in.1. r.r
I'fllir k . J rl uo
purchased at the lowest Gold Rates, uud will Lo
sold at a great reduction Irom last season's prices.
ENQLUIi lllllTKHKf J4 at ll.KV nH f.l.,,.a
goods lu proportion, JOB. JILA(:iWOOD.
niarHTAKUu. Arch Ht. pmiadelpl.la.
I-' A II M E It S !
increase yocn cnop or
CORN, OATS, POTATOES, WHEAT AND
As well as
ADD TO THE FERTILITY OF YOUR HOIL
Hy a Judicious and Economical mode of
OLTTHE VALUEaOFLY,um oUTLAY THE
OBTAIN RETTKRHXEDEARB AND
KEEP YOUR BOIL FREE FROM NOXIOUS
MAKE YOUU LANDS PERMANENTLY
Over HIXTEEN VPftrinrrnn.lanl .0 n,. 1.
crops, has proven that lUugh's Haw Done Phos.
p..ui ,.my uts uepeuueu upon by Farmers,
HlfJHLY IMHIOVKMNn 8TANDARD
For sate by Agricultural Dealers generally.
Ofiloo No. SO H. Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
S. 15 1 1 ill
Via SI. K. Dlvls.lA M
Arl New York. fLvi
(bol llarclay it.) S.OO
Christopher St. 8.00
viaueu. it it. or N.J,
,.. water uat
1 1.4 1
a oo t'.5i
10 12i 11.00
Trains do not sto. at Stations where thoTlmo
T,At.ft,M ""Upton with Central R. H.of N. J,
Tho .Mull and Express trains east van! and west
ward connect with trulns for New York, Eliza
bc.u.'' H lel)' Homcrvllle anil nlher station.
.A1. Washington with Morris & Essex It. R.
Jlall aud Express trains mako clow and rellablo
connections with tralus for Now York. Newark,
Mm iNtown. Dover, Waterloo llaescltstn.vn Ac.
At MnnuuUa Chunk with llelvidere Delaware
II. R. Lloso couuecilons are made bv Mall and
express linlns, with tralus foi PlilUdelphla,
Trenton, Phllllpsburg, llelvidere, Ac. Hy Train
No. 2. passengers rcuch Philadelphia via Caw.
den, by Jjo. 4, via henslUKtoii. Pusteugers on
m?;, n"IVB in Philadelphia In time to tfiko tin,
11.30 p. m, train for llaltliuoro and Washington.
At Bcruuton with Lackawanna.! niooinsburg
A Deluwaro i. Hudsou Rail Roads. Trains ou
Ui? m-"H.". ?n ,.,,cct V',1U :;i,r uiil." for pinston,
llkcs-llaii, llerwlck, Illoomsburg, Danville
Olyplmnt. Archbald unj Carbnudale. '
At Ulnghamtoii wltn Erie Hallway. Mall No.
i.S"". I1".1." ElrM Mull on Erie Railway,
leaylng at fc.42 p. m. with u bleeping couch ut.
tached, arriving at Uullaloat 0.20 next morning.
Express No. 3 connects with u wuy train fur
Oweuo, Itnaca, aud Elmlra.
Albany a Susquehanna ltall Road. Four trains
a day run each way between lllnghau.ton and
Albany. One leaves Ulnghamton at 2.80 p. m
nnd arrives nt Albany nt V.m) p. m,
Hyracuso, Iilnghiuntou d N. Y. R. It. Trains
for By racuse lea o at 7 a, ni. nnd 0.S5 p. m. Trains
from Hyrncuso arrlvo at 11.48 a. m. anil 8.S0 p. m.
U;.A: V ' NUV' . . W.F.llALLSTEAD.
Ucu'l Pass, and TUt, Agent, Bupt,
JQ E N T I S T It Y . '
H, O. HOWER, DENTIST,
Itosncctfully offers his professional services to
the ladles and gontletueu of Illoomsburg and vl
dully. He Is prepared to attend toalltht vari
ous onoratlonu in tlm iinnnf ii. .,ni.,H .:,
is provided with the latest Improved PouckLain
Tkktii which will be inserted on gold plating,
silver and rubber base to look as well as the nat
uiui icri.i, .ee.u ex.r&cieu uy nutnonewans
most approved methods, and all operations on
tho teeth earefullyand propel .y attended to,
llC.iumiL'n and nn,. r, n f,w ,1n,ra ,,V.r.... ...
O uit House, same side.
A IIj KINDS OF JOI$ PltlNTlNa
tf7.nel,'t.ozeoaUKl l TiiBCotUMBiAK Hteam
I HMll AtiUMAli ur
TALL AND WINTER UU0II8.
Tho subscriber has luat rt lumen Irom tho cities
with another large and sweet iuortiueut of
FALL A..D WINTER OOODS.
purchased In New York and Philadelphia at the
owcsl figure, and which hols determined to sell
on as moderate terms as can be procured else
where In Illoomsburg. Ills stock comprises
LADIES' DREHS OOODS
of tho choicest styles and latest fabulous, together
with.. largo assortment of Dry Goods and Urn-
eerles, consisting of tho following articles
Quecnsware, Hardware I
Boots nnd Shoes,
Hats and Caps
AND NOTIONS OKN RALLY.
In short, everjthlug usually kept In country
Btores, to which ue lnvlles tho attention of tho
publlo generally. Tno highest price will bo paid
for country prodnco In exchange for goods.
S, It. MILLER & SON.
Arcado Buildings, Illoomsburg, Pa.
The nndcrglgniM would respectfully announce
to the public Inat hi. has opened n
FIRST-CLASH CONFECTIONERY STORE
In tho building lately occupied by Fox & Webb
wuu.v m. u prt'p..re(. io lurnisu hu Kinu of
PLAIN 4 FANCY CANDIES,
FOREIGN 4. DOMESTIC FRUITS.
NUTS, RAISINS, AC, AC, AC.
11V WHOLESALE OK RUTAIL,
in anon, a mil assortment ol all goods In
uwuuohi misiut'ss. ti greiu variety ot
DOLLS, TOYS, ao.,
suitable for the Hulidays, Particular atleution
H II EA I) AND CAKES,
of all kinds, iresl. e very day.
C II R I ti T M ,v r i; A N 1. 1 E B,
111 I HTM AS TOYS.
n. can is omenta, and satlsfarllou will b
NOV. i!, 1 .87 ECKH ART JACOBH.
jJT E ItlC II A N IJ 1 S E
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
To my friends and thopnblio sencrnily, that all
aro constantly on hand aud lor sale
AT IlARTON'a OLD STAND
JAMES K. EYER.
vrsiiio, rioio Agent foriaLis' Piiosmiatkof
uirge lot constantly on hand. IfebVW.
Northwest corner 01 Malu nr.d Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main nnd Market nireow,
Norlhwest corner of Main and Market Streota,
Northwest eoruer of Main and Marltot Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
' IILOOMS1IURH, PA
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
In iari;o Quantities and at reduced ratca, alway
ii.,...,. "J": I
needier. ' "'""
... ..Th0 Grover A IHItcr Betvlnj Mscbln.
has rendered In every respect tno iiiost SrJ
satisfaction. It combines so lusny oiivinij.2
with beauty of execution ami economy in Tn,.
that It Is ii nccosiliy In every household..-,,,:
Governor Geary, llurrlsbu.g, t'j. UU'U'J"
"1 hnvehad thoOrovcrA BiscrMitblm
for ten iirlwelvo yenrsincousu.nl Mein m!
bouse, l navo seen nnu known every kind 7i
family sowing, boll, personal and bouwholS
accmnpllshcd upon the uruver Abator MuS
totho entlro sailsfi.ct.on otall hovmT
ccnicd."-tltev. Hlepl.eu 11. fy..s. Kl"
"I find tho Grover ll,iker stitch win
wear ns lona ns tho girments do-ontirmriii
unimeut lufact. Tho Htllch wlllnotkrak n
bins scams, when stretched, as others ia'nit
licltlierdi.es ll draw the work."-' Mrs. Dr Vhit
lug, 4 tastTwei.ty-louith btreet, Xew orlt.
... "Wo havo a Grover A HalterSswImtMi.
chlno fur seven eais lu constant use, henimuu
lelirivr, lucking, nnd evcrj thing that the Uctn
cnnu.i. It Is prefer itl over ull others on iccuti
ol its durability ot work, claitl, liy.anil utetm
of slltcli, case of movement, und shnpllciir ol
construction." (Mrs. Ueii. Uucl.
... .'Tlieroeiiuld benottrr.tr cnmlbttlu
family than n Grover je Baker Bewlui Mttot
I lit.Noustd one for Iho lust nine ur tea nr.
and 1 thiult It Is decidedly the best faiailr a.,;
llil! Machine." Mrs. Alice 11. Wl.lfple, wll, a
Rev, Dr. Whipple, see Am. Mhs. Awnlitioa,
"1 have had an opportunity of examln.
lug ami using oilier varieties of luiulmit,. Iiull
very much prilcr tho O.overAlJukirHiitcli (or
tiuigih, cinstitlly,nil beuuly, Ilmveneidto
oihtr ninehliio hoslmplo lulls cusirurtlun or
o .nsily uuderstoudundkcllnu.(ltr."-..ln.
E. D. Sunboin, St, ljuls.
''Du.inir the Last elc(t. enrt r i,,,,
hadaOrour Ilaki r Sewing MscbLe la con
slant u.e, nnd It has never itaniicuunieui re
pair. I tako great pleasure lu recommeniiicf
tho.iroverA iiakerasthevtry nt-stUmmi!
chine f ir f.iuilly use."-.Mrs. J.O riijlo.lmVMtl
Twelfth Sinn, Mw loin. I
"it is so simple ill llshtiucturethnttllil
exceedingly dltliciut to get It out of onler, liotl
ol my little Klilsouo Uve.uuiLa-luir aod tr,
other four years (an scwstriili;iit Rtsnu onn
without asslsiuuce." Mrs, A. c. Fon,wlfiioi
Rev. A.chlbnld C. Fuss, 20.1 West HiiniitlnUM
"Tho Orover A linker Muclilnfil tnrhtl
heuellt to lunulilud that I often trains tliomditl
would do me good to trumpet ItipiaKtitumi
near. Tho ono I have Is of the plaluest kind,
but 1 wuuld not excLauitoltlortl.cmottrijyu.
Ivo 1 ever saw of any other make. Mrs. WIIsk
wile of Frot. Wilson, of Ilobarl College.
... "Uio simplicity of Its construction Iti
fuclllty with which I1h uso Is ncqulrul,tbtlKn
ly, btiength, and ulnstlelty ol lis slItrMnd K
a.lopli.blilt to nil kinds ol work, arc onu'ltu
which do not nil bclony at once to any (Am k.
cAiiic." Prof. Heushaw, of Wlllistoustmimi;
"My wlfo isdellghltd wlthlierGroval
linker Ken lnc Machine. She prefers tlie OnTrl
.1 Baker Ul uuy other she hasscin."-ll!tr.i.i
Fisher, Pnlladclphla Conference.
"Wo havo used ono of Orovtri Bala
Sowing Machines ior about ten years, nnd eta
aider It caunol ho excelled. 11 runs smoou
was never out of repnlr,nndglesaygenfT,
satisfaction," Mr. Ed., in Hunt, SI Lake K
Tho Grbvcraud Baker Sowing Maculae OuJ
mnnulacturo both tho Elastic Stlttaiti
Lock Stitch Machines, nnd offer the public I
cholco of tho best machines of both kinds t
their establishments In nil the larje cities, sil
through nscnclcs lu niurly all towns turaghoi
tho country, Price Lists aud saiupC4 0lielnl
In both stitches furnished on application I
Grov.r A Baker S. M. Co., Philadelphia, or lo
J. A. P0IUS,
Hardware & Cutlery.
No HUMnua, it is uarraiilcil to euro lost or
Imnnlred 'iaste. Bmellftr Hcnrinc. Watering or
Weak Eves, ollensive breath. Ulcerated Throat
or Mouth, Full, nnd Pnssuioh. tho Head, nnd
loss ol Memory when caused, as alt of then, fre
quently arc by tko rn.nces of Catarrh. It Is
pleasant nnd painless to use, contains no strong
poisonous nr caustic drugs, but curcr by Us mlM
I wlli nnv S5C0 Reward for n caso of Catarrh
that I caunol cure.
FOR BALE BY MOT1 DRUaQlSTS EVERY
WHERE. rmcE Only 60 Cents.
If your Druggist has not yet got It on sale,
don't be put otr with some worse than worthless
sirong stun, "lumigutor," or poisonous caustlo
solution, which will drive the tlncmctothe lungs
Instead of curing it. but send slxtv rents I n a
and tho remedy will leach you by return mall.
.'nn- j.ucuugL's, pest paid, ono uozeu ior
bend a two cent slainn for Dr. R:i.,e'M nnnmhtM
ou Catarrh. Address the Proprietor,
, .. R, V, PIERCE M. D,,
Jan T.'TO-Stn. Buffalo. N. Y.
1 The u
ntlerslened lesnectfiillv Inform tlm
citizens ol llloomsbuig and Columbia county,
tint they keep all the dlhVrcntmimbera ofstovo
coal aud selected lump coal for smithing pui po
ses, nn tnelr whurf, adjoining M'Kelvy, Ncal A
Co'e Furnnce; with a good pair of Buffalo scales
on tho wharf, lo welsh cool, hay, and straw,
Likewise n horse and wagon, to dellser coal to
tho-e who desire 11. As they purchase n large
amount of coiil.they Intend tnlioep n superior ar
ticle, and sell at tho very lowest prices, Plcaso
call and exnmtno Ior yourselves before purchas
lugehewhclu, J. W. HENliFJlsliDT,
rI,IIE undcrslciirtl will tako in ox-
X i hauae for Coal and Groceries, the following
numed urllcles :- Wheat, Rye, Corn, Oals, Pota
toes, Lard, llam.Shouhler.aud side nient.Bulter,
l ggs, Hay, Ac, at tho highest cash prices, nt his
Oioctry Htore, adjoining tl clr coal jard,
, J. W.HENDERSHOT.
Illoomsburg Mar, 19,'eO.ly,
rpilE NEW II A RDWAHE STORI
X nk plus oiii.i. .,i
Jlaving enlarged our Store Iloom naj
OPENED A NEW SUri'LY,
fn,, t.,n Afn,,,,rniiirr4. iiurchaitll
cash, on n declining muikcl.w earepreraireil
oiler tho samo to
FARMEltS. MECHANICS, UUILDErA
and tho jest of Mankind, a general slock, co
nriui.. ..it , tin rm.ilitles usually M
iu u city limit Ware Store, suitable toiliesti
ot tnecouuiy, at uuusuuuy iuw i.v..
All thosowhonrodeslriousof puixhsilfipj
H. our lino can suvo Money oy iuoiuu, i
Plenso give us u c .11 and ""WRSfl
Anr. 23.09-lv r lllooinstun, Ff
JAC011 1C. S1I1TII. J- I- BOSl
g MI Til & SEhTZKll,
Importers and Dealers In l'oreiitn aniroi(
(7N( GEST IH THE WOULD, t t
How York Offico 27 BEEK1IAN BT.
M. C. SLOAN A BROTHER
Have on hand and for sale at tho most reasona
ble rates a splendid sum k of
and every description or Wagons both
PLAIN AND FANCY
warranted to be made of the best and most dur
able materials, and by the most cxpeilenced
workmen. Alt work sent out fium Iho eslnb.
lUhuieut will bo found to hoof tho hip best class
and sure tuglvo perfect satisfaction. They havo
also n One assortment of
H I. E I O II B
of all the newest and most fashionable klyles,
well and carefully made and ol the best mater
ials. An Inspection of their work Is wind as It Is
believed that none superior can bo found In tho
ii o w e n,
opened a first-class
BOOT, SHOE, HAT CAP, AND FUR STORE.
a t tho old stand on Main Street, Bloomsburg.nfew
doors above the Court House. His slock Is com
1 , . . '"ovcryiuicsiuuu nest styles ever offer
ed to the citizens of Columbia County. Ho can
...commodate Iho publlowltliihofollowlnggoods
at tho lowest ratts. Men's heavy double soled
.toga boots, men's doublo nnd single tap soled
,.l'S1u "ile" 8 "ay3' eloga shoes of all kinds,
men's tint, boots and shots of all grades, boy's
do. bio soled boots otid.shoes of all kinds,' men's
glojo kid Balmoral bhoes.meu's, women's, boys's
and misses' lastlug gaiters, women's glova lcld
Polls, very llue.womcu'smorocco Balmoruls and
calf shoes women's very tine kid buttoned gait-
gedn"sew"h0t''0' """'P"0 "t' W
mVul n?UU UlS' Ca" ttttentlou t0 hl ana assort.
HATH, CAPS, FURS AND NOTIONS,
wiilih comprises all tho new nnd populut vurl
ttlesnt prleiswhlchennuotfalltobullnll. These
goods mo oirrrcd at thu lowest cash rules and
will bo guaranteed toglvo satisfaction. A call
s solid edbeloie purchasing elsewhere ns It Is
believed that belter bargains are lo be foiud
than at any other place lu the county.
Dec, 0 07 '
WILLIAM BUU.ril, Proprietor,
This IlousahuvliiKbtei put in ihorcni'lirninlr
Is now open f r Uu ' uption t f uu t i, 1 No
pains will bo spared lo tnsurn the perfect com
fort of the travelers. Ti.e Proprietor solicits a
share of publlo piitronuee, Tho bar will be
locked at all times with fine linuois and clears.
JAUIA' HOSE POTATOES,
THE CiRl'AT 30PIO OP THE DAY.
Tho subscriber lias n limited upply of tho
Farly P.oso I'olnlo, whlth ho will sell tothoso
w Ishl ig to i rociiro this cxctllcul vntlcty.at tho
low rate of Two Dollars pir bushel, Uo las
misu, iweniy of tno nest Vnrletlea of
HOT.IIOUSH AND Ol'T-DCOR PIJVNTS,
all cf wlilili will hcleitfin luind,nudfor sale
In Ihrlr season, 1
PRlr 1 1ST CF 1AI-IY Rf-r. I'CiTATOJSj
rerpounu, wLentsi rcrpeik,75cmtsj Per hall
uusue-, er uusnei, '.'.i.0 J'cr ban el, I5.W
,nar.S'7-.f. W' A1.
II A 11 D AV A H E,
G U Nfl. 0 U T L E It Y, 4C
NO. 409 .v. tiiibd srnrF.T, AM.CALtowmi1.!
or Pura Water u .vx&u.
t, ,,ei,.i,r.,i ,.
1.01k dil-CuLluoea Xi'VSv XV.
wo cjen I'umii au4 NfXyVv--
oe.ioss.nannaii uiu " -V -'X. Ts AS
j as to Lo nun.freezms fja."'V
th.t an one can nul il up nJ iSTf,
leen It In resalr. T- i' J
IHR DEST AND CHEAPEST rW M- '
OET THE BEST.
VA ... ,...,,i ml
Munson's Copper Tubular .u. " ,,f fijUuB
' ..: "f .1 iior is new.'" .1
over isvei uou, inu owi''; ' loidl
nbovo Invention and all orders W
person win bo promptly nl,JP y ijii)I.ElIA-
rntllenmlnf In,, n rhanird III old
determined to cloieout tho eullre lock
cclcbrntedSu-pEB PnosriHTKor WW1
MOSIATEI) Fkrtilueii, at
OUEATIiY REDUCED WllCEl
Hvtiia Indnenmenta will b0 OiroreJt'F"!
first quality from a house establish' a ot
tv.two vents Is seldom offered,
, i.mvv l'(M'iU4
ucuicrs wn. no nuu -
addition lo our reduction In prl"-
HURRY IN YOUR OHP"
a 1.T.1.--M .. kei:di'kSI
The snrlim Tfr1.10MI.lH I'J'liBJ5
11 MONDAY, APRIL lI ,,' '.tVinluswil
nuarier of l-level. s.eca ';;,,.. sacs'""
urstoi juiy, wuen u.e.w "
th first of August, , .,,.,., 1 iii'i!'' , 1
Boarding bliidinis, 1 01 J'. i.To f"".!
medluto thargo of lelatl j. ,
Wiardot 11 eHemlnary, and boaru.
isn tneir own toweis, s,
iiii, t.int i.r rnf"""
n V, ' " .I"
.'"" . 1
do J, veil I.'1 1 , ...blt.o'l
Wasluug . xtra. urU '"" I. for ,'
In advanc e, nnd bulani'c at ' ' , I
tho tiuarltr. For nirlher p,u jjiji UV