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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
THE YOUNG FOLKS.
The rros rrlncc.
In tho olden time, when wishing was
having, thero lived n Klnff, whoso
dnuRhters weronll benutlfulj but tho
youngest wns bo exceedingly benutlful
thnl tho Hun himself, although ho saw
hor very often, wan euehnnled every
tlinnRhe emtio nut Into tho sunshine.
Near tho cnsllo of Oils Klnj wni n
lurco nnd gloomy forest, ntul In tho
nililst stood nn old llme-lree, beuentli
whoso brunches eiilnshcdn llttlo foun
tain; to, whenever It was very hot, tho
King's youngest daughter rim off Into
this wood, and sat down by tho sldo of
this foutitalu; nnd, when alio felt dull,
would often divert herself by throwing
a golden ball up lu tho nlr und catching
It. And this washer favourlto niuus
mcnet. Now, ono day it happened, that this
golden ball, when tho King's daughter
threw It Into tho air, did not fall down
Into hor hand, but on tho grass; nnd
then it rolled past her into tho foun
tain. Tho King's daughter followed
tho ball with her eyes, but It disap
peared beneath tho wator, which was
so deep that no ono could seo to tho
bottom. Then sho began to lament,
nndtocry louder and louder; and, as
bIio cried, n volco called out, "Why
wcepest thou, O King's daughter? thy
tears would melt oven n stouo to pity,"
And sho looked nround to tho spot
whonco tho volco carao, nnd saw ft
Frog stretching his thick ugly head
out of tho water. "Ahl you old water-
paddler," said sho, "was it you that
spoke? I am weeping for my golden
ball which has slipped nwny from mo
Into tho water."
"Be quiet, and do not cry" answered
tho Frog ; "I can glvo thcogood advice.
But what wilt thou glvo mo if I fetch
thy plaything up again?"
"What will you havo doar Frog?' '
said sho. "Sly dresses, my pearls nnd
Jewels, or tho golden crown which I
Tho iTOg answered, "Drcsso!, or
Jewels, or golden crown, nronot for me;
but If thou wilt lovo mo, nnd let mo bo
thy companion nnd playfollow, and
sit at thy table, nnd cat from thy llttlo
golden plate, and drink out of thy cup,
nnd sleep in thy llttlo bed. If thou
wilt promise me nil theso, then will I
dlvo down and fetch up thy golden
"Oh, I will promlso you nil," said
she, "if you will only get mo my ball."
But sho thought to herself, "What is
tho silly Frog chattering about? Let
him remnin in tho water with his
equals; he cannot mix in society."
But tho Frog, as soon as ho had received
her promise, drew his head under tho
water nnd dived down. Presently ho
swam up again witli tho.ball In his
mouth, and throw it on tho grass. Tho
King's daughter was full of Joy when
she again saw her beautiful plaything;
and, taking it up, sho ran off immed
iately. "Stop! Stop!" cried tho Prop;
"take mo with thed. I cannot run as
thou canst." But nil his croaking was
useless ; although it was loud enough,
tho King's daughter did not hear it,
but, hastening homo, soon forgot tho
poor Frog, who was obliged to leap back
into tho fountain.
The next day, when tho King's daugh
tcr was sitting at tho tablo with her
father and nil his courtiers, nnd was
eating from her own llttlo golden plato,
something was heard coming up tho
mnrblo stairs, splish-splasb, splish
s plash ; nnd when it nrrlved at tho top,
It knocked at tho door, nnd n volco said,
" Open tho door, thou youngest daugh
ter of tho King!" So sho rose and went
to seo who It was that called her; but
when sho opened tho door nnd caught
sight of tho Frog, sheshut it again with
great vehemence, nnd sat down at tho
tablo, looking very pale. But thoking
precelvcd that her heart was beating
violently, nnd asked her whether It
wcro n giant who had como to fetch
her away who stood at tho door. "Oh,
n o!" answered sho; "it Is no giant, but
an ugly Frog."
"What does tho Frog want with
you?" said tho King.
"Oh, dear father, when I was sitting
yesterday playing by tho fountain, my
irolden ball fell into tho water, nnd this
1 rog fetched It up again becnuso I cried
so much: but first, I must tell you, he
pressed mo so much, that I promised
him ho should bo my companion. I
npver though that ho could como out of
tho water, but somehow hohasjumped
out, and now ho wnnts to come In
At that moment thero was another
knnrdr. nml n vn1rt aaM
"King's daughter .youngest,
Jlait thou forgotten
At the fountain so clear
Noatb, the lime-tree's sludef
King's daughter, youngest,
Open tho door."' 3 '
Then tho King said, "Whatyou havo
promised, that you most perform ; jo
and let him In." So tho King's (laughs
ter went and opened the door; and tho'
Frog hopped In after her right up to
her chair: and as soon as sho was seated,
tho Frog said, "Tako mo up" but sho
hesitated so long that at last tho King
ordered her to obey. And as soon as.
mo i-rog sat on mo chair hojumped on
to tho tablo and said, "Now push thy
plato near mo, that wo may cat togeth.
er. " .And sho did so, but as overy ono
saw, very unwillingly. Tho Frog
seemed to relish his dinner much, but
overy bit that tho King's daughter ato
nearly chokod her, till at last tho Frog
saw, "I havo satisfied my hunger nnd
feel very tired; wilt thou carry mo un
stnlrs now Into thy chamber, and mako
thy bed ready that wo may sleep to.
gethor?" At this speech tho King's
daughter began to cry, for sho was
afraid of tho cold Frog, and dared not
touch him; and besides, ho actually
wanted to sleep In her own beautiful,
But her tears only mado tho King
very angry, nnd ho said. "Ho who holn
ed you in tho tlmo of your trouble,
must not now bo despised!" So sho took
tho Frog up with two flngora, and put
mm in a corner or nor chamber. But
as sho lay In her bed, ho crept up to It,
"I am bo very tired that I shall sleep
well; do tako mo up or I will tell thy
father." This speech put tho King's
daughter In a terrible passion, nnd
catching the Froff up, sho throw him
with ail her strength against tho wall,
saying, "Now, will you be quiet, you
But as ho full ho was changed from a
frog Into a hnndsomoFrlnco with beau,
tlful eyes, who after a llttlo whllo bo
came, with her lather's consent, hor
dear companion and betrotied. Tiieni
ho told her how ho had becu trans
formed by nn ovlt witch, nnd that no
ono but herself could havo had tho
power to tnko hltn out of tho fountain;
nnd that on tho morrow thoy would go
toguthor Into his own kingdom.
Tho next morning, ns tho sun rose, a
carringo drawn by eight whlto horses,
with ostrich feathers on their heads,
nnd golden bridles, drovo up tb tho
door of tho palaco, and behind tho
carringo Mood tho trusty Henry, tho
servant of tho young 1'rlnco. When
his master was changed Into u frog,
trusty Henry had grlovod so much that
liu bad bound tlirco Iron bands round
his heart, fir fear It should break with
grief and sorrow. But now thut tho
carringo was ready to carry tho young
Prlnco.to his own country, tho faithful
Henry helped luthobrido and bride
groom, and placed himself In tho scat
behind, fullofjoyat liUiuastor'o rcloase.
They had not proceeded fur when tho
Princo heard u crack as if something
had broken behind tho cnrrlago; so ho
put his head out of the window nnd
nsked Henry whnt was broken, nnd
Honry nnsworod, "It wns not tho car
riage, my master, but n band which I
bound round my heart when it was In
such grief bcau3o you wero changed
Into a frog."
Twice afterwards on thojournoy thero
was tho samo noise, nnd each tlmo tho
Prluco thought that it was so mo part
of tho carrlago that had given way; but
it was only tho breaking of tho bunds
which bound tho heart of tho trusty
Honry, who was thonceforward frco
nnlNo STiccp Kat Mutton.
Good mutton, well-fattened nnd neat
ly butchered, is tho most wholcsomo,
nutritious and cheapest of meats. It
grows quickly, and costs llttlo to pro
duco It, compared with beef nnd pork.
Every farmer should havo a fow Iong-
woolcd Cossetshcop, at least Cotswold
or Leicester. Thoy aro llttlo trouble,
and will keep fat on tho orts of tho cat
tlo. They usually bring twin lambs,
which will Bell to tho butchers for from
$8 to $10 by tho first of July. Their
flecco averages from eight to fourteen
pounds, with from sixteen to twenty
flvo per cent, shrlnkago only. Their
wool Is now, and will be, In tho futuro,
worth thirty per cent, moro than mo
rlno sheep, which shrinks 45 to CO per
cent., nccordlngto tho family and treat
ment of tho flock. Long wool makes
strong, excellent and durablo stocking
yarn, though It is mostly used to mako
tho brilliant, light nnd lustrous Orleans
goods, for tho apparel of our pretty wo
men. Two such sheep will yield as
much profit ns a common cow, und five
of them can bo kept as cheap ns a cow
in milk. Their lambs and mutton
would keep n farmer supplied with tho
best of fresh meat of any kind, as often
as Is necessary, tho year round, and
would mako nn agreeable episode to
tho eternal round of salt junk nnd pork,
nnd bo far moro healthy than cither.
Thoso who eat principally salted meats
show it In their complexion, their skin
being less fair nnd smooth. Pork, at
best, eaten constantly, produces Irrita
tion and eruptions of tho skin.
Wo havo now a plenty of shoep in
tho country over 32,000,000 head (moro
than over beforo.nccordlntr to tho popu
lation.) Then let all manufacturers, me
chanics, nnd nil men who nro interested
in hnv inggood meatand the board of op
eratives cheap and wholcsomo, seo to It
thnt mutton raising nnd wool growing
nro properly encouraged, as n matter of
health and economy. Meat is a great
Item in tho expense of board of opera
tives, etc. If wo grow our own wool
wo shall always havo mutton plenty
nnd chenp. This will nffect materially
tho prlco of other meat. Farm and
It is surprising that tho barbarous old
practlco of hilling up corn should still
find advocates nnd followers. After
years of effort on tho part of tho Intelli
gent portion of tho agricultural and
horticultural press, It ts now pretty
wen understood that It will not do to
continually plow nnd injuro tho surface
roots of fruit trees in tho orchard. But
wo havo heard Inlelliccnt men sav that
though thoy would disturb an orchard
as llttlo ns posslblo In this way, yet corn
was qulto another matter. Rut, tho
laws which govern tho nutrition of
plants nro pretty much tho enmo nil
through. Roots lovo darkness, and yet
wish to bo us near as possible to tho sur
face; and whether it Is tho root of an
npplo treo or tho root of a cornstalk.
make no dlfferenco in the working of
mis law. xr wo plough deep and cut
surraco roots, tho deeper ones aro una'
bio to reap any benefit from tho ntmos'
phoro ; nnd thoso covered by tho soil
ploughed over them aroinjustthosamo
position. This is tho "scionco" of tho
thing. But better than nil is theoxper
iencoof thoso who havo tried tho met
ier by careful and Intelligent experi
ments. 1 So, far ns wo know, every such
tC3t"ha8 resulted in favor of flat culturo
and ngalnst hilling up,
It is very fashionable to rail at "mcro
theorists;" yet wo believe that many
of our absurdest practices havo resulted
In tho most commonplace theories, and
that this is ono of them. Sorao ono
probably noted tho llttlo rootlets com
ing out of thojolnts nbovo tho soil, and
thought thoy wanted earth to cover
them. Hilling was started in tho "the
ory" that It was "helping naturo;" or
It may havo originated with soino Jazy
fellow who thought ho would not hoo
or harrow early, but wait a llttlo longer,
and then one good ploughing would do
Howover, no matter how It orlglnat
ed, it is n mistakenly bad practice, and
should bo loft to go tho way of many
IIcaltlinilncNM Of .tppIt-N.
Thero Is scarcely an artlclo of vegota
blo food moro widely usoful and more
universally liked than thoapplo. Why
overy farmer has not an orchard, whero
tho trcej will grow at all, !a ono or tho
mysteries. Let overy house-keener lay
In a good supply of apples, nnd it will
bo tho most economical investment In
tho whole ratigo of culinnrics. A raw,
mellow appio is digested In au hour
and a hair, whllo boiled cabbago ro
nulnsllvo hours. Tho most lienrihfni
dessert that can bo placed on tho tablo
Is a baked npplo. it eaten frequently
nt breakfast, with coarso bread und but
ter without flesh of anvklnd.lt has on ml.
mirablo eiTect on tho general system,
often removing constipation, correcting
acidities, and cooling olf febrllo condi
tions moro effectually then tho most
approved medicines. If families could
no inuuecu to substltuto apples sound
and rlpo for pies, cakes, nnd sweet
meats, with which their children aro
too Iremientl v uttifrVxitiinm mnn in i.n
a diminution iu thn Htim fntnl nf .In.-
tor's bills, in a single year, sufficient to
lay Jn a stock of tills delicious fruit for
tho whole season's uso.
Stoves and Tinware.
J"KV STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
Main, Hired one door above E. Mcndenhall's
A large nifortraent of Btovee, Heaters nnd
Ilnnges constantly on hand, and for sale at the
Tinning tnnll Its branches carefully attended to,
Tin work of nil kind wholesale and retail. A
trlnt Is requested.
OTOVE.S AND TINWARE,
A. r. ItlTl'EltT
announces to his friends and customers that
conlluncB the auore bnsltios at his old place on
. MAIN BTRKET, nLOOMSllURO.
L'usluincrs can be accomodated with
of nil hinds, Stovepipes, Tlnwaro and every va
riety of article fonnd In a Btove and Tlnwaro Es
tablishment In the cities, and on tho most reason
able terms. Ilepalringdon&atllioshortcstnotice.
85 DOZEN MILK-rANS
on hand for sale.
EW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
OH MAIN STREET, NEARLY OPI-OStTE UILLXR'
Tilt undersigned has Just fitted op and opened
STOVE AND TIN SHOP,
n this tilsce. where lie Is rjrensred to make un
now Tin Ware of nil kinds In his line, nnd do
repairing wan neatness ana dispatch, upon the
most reasonable terms. He also keeps on hand
BTOVES OF VAIU0US rATTEHNS & STYLES,
which he will sell upon terms to suit purchasers.
tilvehlmnrall. He Is n good mechanic, and
deserving of the publto patronage.
Bloomsburg, April 23, 1807.
gHABPLESS & IIARMAN,
EAOLB FOUNDRY AND MANUFACTURING ellOP.
STOVES 4 TtOWS WHOLESALE A RETAIL
THE CELEBRATED MONTROSB IRON BEAU AND
T11K HUTTON WOODEN DEAM PLOWS.
Castings nnd Flrellrlclt for repairing city Stoves,
All kinds of llrass or Iron casting made to ordei
upon short notice,
II. K. HHA11PLE8S & T. B. HAIIMAN.
Bloomsburg, l'a. Proprietors.
MACHINE SHOP AND AOnlCULTUItAli
The undersigned doslrcs to Inform Ills friends
nnd tho publlo generally, that he has rebuilt and
enlarged his Foundry and MnchlnoShop,nndre
moved all his business from Light Street to the
auovu pmvu, nuuu U WUUCUilUll Willi
his Foundry ho will continue to manufacture
Wheeler's Railway Chain Horse-Power and
Thresher, (improved;, carneirs patent,
THRESHER AND CLEANER,
either overshot for Tread-rower or undershot
with Lever-Power. Ho also manufactures .to
order and Ills up all kinds of
nlrrmliir Haw Mnndrels. Patent Slides for Raw
Mills, the latest lmnroved Iron Benin Plows of
uiuc-rem muus wouuen ueaui rjuwi, aajuuiu
uorn nows, ana now i-oinis oi overy uescrip,
tton generally used throughout tho county.
IRON KETTLES, BELLS
Cellar Orates, Stovcs.Slcd nnd Sleigh Soles, nnd
Improvements mado on tho power.by which at
least m per cent, oi me incuon is laaen on.
ALL MACHINES ARE WARRANTED
to glvo good satisfaction, and terms mado to suit
purchasers. All kinds cf country produce taken
lu exenange lor 1'iows anu castings.
TLanktul to his friends and patrons for post
favors ho would still contlnne to solicit the same.
Apr.D.CO-tf Orangevllle Pa.
Q. L O B E MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Pliny Freeman, President, II. C. Freeman, Seo
Cosh capital over 2,000,000, all paid.
J. B. BOBISON.BLOOSISBUBG.PA
For Luzerne, Lycoming and Columbia
Wyoming . ................ 1170.000
iEtna..... . . 4,000,000
Fulton.. .......... ...... . 300,000
North America ..... . . 360,000
International... . 1,400,000
Farmers' Danville......... . .......... 600,000
Albany City 400.000
Lancaster City............ SCO.OOO
York Horse, Death & Theft..- 65,000
Home, New Haven... 1,000,000
Danville, Horse Theft ...........
FREAS BROWN, Afimt,
BEST, TUREStTaND CHEAPEST!
For Whiteness, Durability, and Brllllan
cv. It has no eaual.
Sold by all dealers In Taints throughout
BARKER, MOORE & MEIN,
T. MORRIS PEROT &. CO.
Sole Proprietors, Philadelphia, Ta.,
Dealers lu all kinds of
DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS, GLASS,
DVEaiurra, ac, dc.
Caution. OwIdk in tho nomJnritv ol
our "First National White Lead," other
nartleshave bceulnduoed to oiler n .nn.
rluus article ULder the same name. There
fore Lteware of Countcrleits. The cenn-1
ino Is put np in extra heavy tin pnlut
pois, vna puicut metallic wiro imuuies,
aud tbo name of
BARKER, MOORE & MEIN,
Ou each label,
For iale by
This 1 NO PATENT MEDICINE HUMBUO,
gotten up to dupe the Ignorant and credulous
nor Is It represented as being "composed of rare
and precious substances brought from the four
corners of the earth, carried seven times across
the Great Desert of Kaharah on the backB of four
teen camels, nnd brought acroes tho Atlantta
Ocean on two Ships." It la a ilmpe, villa, loolh-ii-a
Itrmttlu, a iwrcrf Srecifie for Catarrh and
"cold in Tine Head," also for ofleimlvo Breath
Loss or Impairment of tho Sense orBmell.Taste
or hearing, Wuterlng or Weak Eyes, Pain or
Pressure in the Head! when caused, as they all
not unfrequentlyare.by the violence of Catarrh.
I oiler, lu good faith, a standing Howard of tM)
or a cae orcatanh that I cannot cure.
FOR HALE BY MOS1- DRUGGISTS EVERY
WHERE, l'liici Only 60 Cents.
Sent by mall, post paid, on receipt of Sixty
Centh. Four packages for tl 00 or HUzeufor
Bend a two cent slam
ro cent stamp for Dr. Sage's pamphlet
i. Address the Proprietor,
It. V, PIERCE M. D.,
JJUFFALO, li. X,
JgOOTS AND SHOES.
CLARK M. BROWN,
CENTRE STREET, ADJOINING TUEtTOBK OF
A full and complete assortment of ready made
hut received and for safe at reasonable rales.
Varieties to suit all classes of customers. The
best of work dona at short tint
lice, as heretofore.
uive nim a can,
NaUrxeeutd nt ihU Offloc
drugs and Chemicals.
riHKNIX PECTORAL CURES COUGH I
rlKENIX PECTORAL CURRS COUOHI
1'llLENIX PECTORAL CURES COUUI1I
Thn Pirmnlic Pflr.tnrat will rtiro tho rflsC&ftCS of
the Throat niul Lungft, such tm Colds, rough.
Croup. Aftthmrt.DroncliltlH, Untarrh, Poro Throat
Honrs enpsn, Whooping Cough, nnd Pulmonary
Consumption. This medicine is prepared by Ur.
Levi Obcrholtzcruf I'hlladelphln. and formerly
of riicrnlxvillo. Pa., and nlihouch It has onlv
heenolTerrd for Ave years, more than one mill
Ion bottles havo already bceu sold, and the ile-
manu mr u n incrciwiiiK every uov, wuny ui
thoKetaimrugKlstsbuyltln lots of five grow,
and not n few i tho Country Storekeepers try
ouo gross nt a tlmo. Nearly every ono who has
over noId It testifies to lis popularlly, nnd nearly
nil who have used It, bear testimony to Its won
dcrful power In curing Cough. We are confident
that there Is no know n medicine of surb great
valuo to tho community asthoVbamtx Pectoral.
ii litis cureu cusea oi me moipaiuiui nuu uis
tresslng cough, of years standing.
i wins given insuimrciiei lusueiiaui cuukiiiu,
It 1ms inRinntlv ntnnrmd tno tinloxVKlil of
Whooping Cough, nnd greatly shortened Us du
ration. it nas cureu uroup in a rew minutes.
Cnnsnmntlon has been cured bv it. where nil
other remedies had failed to do good.
Hoarseness nns oeen cureu ur it in n huikio
Mauy physicians recommend u.nnu oincrs use
It tbemflelves nnd ndmlnlster It In tbclr nractlce
while others oppose It because It takes nwny
We recommend It to our readers nnd lor fur-
around thebott.owhere you will Und numerous
certificates given by persons who havo used It.
it is bo picasani 10 luo uisio mat cuuurou cry
It Is nftllmnlfttlnff nxneetnrnnt. clvlnc strength
nt the samo time that it allays the cough.
The proprietor of this medicine has bo much
con ti den co in Its curative powers from tho testi
mony of thousands who have used It that tho
money will bo refunded to any purchaser who Is
not satisfied with tho elfects.
it is bo enenp mat nu can uuy it.
Price 23 Cents, Largo Bottles 61.00
It is prepared only by
LEVI OIlEniXOLTZEU M. D.,
No. 153 North Third Sireet, Philadelphia,
N. 11. If vour nearest Druirclat or Hlorckcener
docs not liavo this medlclno oak him to eel It for
you, ana ao noi let aim put you ou wim some
other preparation because he maicos moro mon
ey on it; but go or send nt once to somo store
whero votikuow it la kent. or nenri to Dr. Ober-
holtzcr. Bold by K. P. Lutz Druggist, Iilooins
burg. nnd II. W. Creasy, a Co,, Light Street; and
nearly overy druggist and storekeeper In Colum
EXCELS ALL OTHER LEAD I
1st. For Us Unrivaled Whiteness,
2d. For Us Unequalled Durability,
3d. For its Unsurpassed Covering Properly.
Lastly for Us Economy.
43-H COSTS LESS to paint with Bock Lkad
than any other Whlto Lead extant. The same
weight coveisMOUE SUIlFACE.lsmore DUR
ABLE, aud makes WHITER WORK.
BUCK LEAD, Is the Cheapest and Best.
EXCELS ALL OTHER ZINCS.
For Its Uncnualled Durabllitv.
For its Unrivaled Whiteness,
For Its Unsurrmiscd Coverlne Pronertr.
jjubu) jur us ureal economy,
being tho CHEAPEST, HANDSOMEST, nnd
most DURABLE Whlto Taint In the world,
BUCK LEAD AND BUCK ZINC:
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
Satisfaction Guaranteed by tho Manufacturers.
BUCK COTTAGE COLORS,
Prepared expressly for Tainting
COTTAGES, OUT BUILDINGS of evcrydescrlp
tlon, FENCES, Ac. THIRTY-FIVE DIFFER
ENT COLORS, Durable, Cheap, Uniform, and
Sainplo cards tent by Mall if deMrcd.
Dealers Orders will be promptly executed bi
FRENCH, RICHARDS i CO.,
N, W. Cor. Tenth aud Market Streets,
The undersigned would re8ictfully nnnounco to
the citizens of Bloomsburg and the public gene
rally tba he Is running an
between this place and the different railroad de
pots dally (Sundays excepted), to connect with the
several trains going South nnd West on the Cata
wlssa and Wllllamsport Railroad, and with those
going North and South on tho Lackawanna and
His OmnlbuBses are In good condition, commo
aious and comfortable, and charges reasonable,
Persons wishing to moot or seo their friends de
part, can be Hccomodated upon reasonable charge
oy leaving timely notice at any of tho hotels.
JACOB L GIRTON, Proprietor
ORANGEVILLE, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA
PROF. E. J. SCIIOONOVER, Principal,
MRS. E. J. SCIIOONOVER, Preceptress,
Tills Institution, for tho education of young
Ladles and Gentlemen, will re-open under
cnargo or l-ror. Bcnoouover, on Monday April
4, 1S70. Teachers, of acknowledged ability and
high order of talent, will h pmnlnvr-H in ouMi
department, and no effort spared to secure to
pupils thorough nnd Judicious culture.
Xhe coursoof instruction will Include all the
uruueucs usuaiiy luugui in itign ucnoois ana
Seminaries of the first rank.
Special attention given to Normal Bchool
training anu commercial instruction.
Primary Dcportment..........S3 to 5 per Quarter
HlgherBranches 50 to $8 per tjuarter
LOCATION :-Thls excellent Institution Is lo.
catcd In a pleasant village of about six hundred
Inhabitants freo from the temptations or a
largo city about six miles from the Hail with
dally communication to the different roads.
The buildings are situated upon an elevation,
surrounded by a beautirul grove, and perfectly
CALENDAR FOR 1670:-Spring session begins
April 4th, 1870 and continues 13 weeks, following
which there will bo a vacation of six weeks.
Fall term commences August 15, 1670, continuing
11 weeks. Winter term opens November 7, 1U70
continuing 11 weeks.
EXPENSES : Boaid can be obtained In prl.
vale families atliom$2.&0 to OlXOpcr week, or
desirable rooms will be furnished to students
winning lo provide for themselves.
Scholars will be admitted nt anytime dtfing
the session although It is preferable to commence
with tho term.
For further particulars, address the Principal,
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
F A II M E R S 1
INCREASE YOUR CROP Or
CORN, OATS, POTATOES, WHEAT AND
As well as
ADD TO THE FERTILITY OF YOUR SOIL
By n Judicious and Economical mode of
OUT THE VALUE OF YOUR OUTLAY THE
OBTAIN BETTER FILLED EARS AND
KEEP YOUR SOIL FREE FROM NOXIOUS
MAKE YOUR LANDS PERMANENTLY
Over HXTEEN years of constant use, on all
crops, has proven that llaugh's Haw Bone I'hos.
phute may bo depended upon by Farmers.
HIGHLY IMPROVED AND STANDARD
Fur sale by Agiicultural Dealers generally.
UAUOH & SONS,
nm- ,,,,, . Manufacturers.
OfflcoNo. 20 S. Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
JyJ'O NEW DISCOVERY ! 1 1
It has long be en known that the old establish
ed and well stocked Furnituiib & IIiiidino
Wahkiuxiim of II. 11. LEWIS. Hn., are the cheap,
est In the city. He is now selling I'aiiloh sulfa
In Plcsu, Hair Ci-otii, Rei-h orTs-nnv. Wal
nut Ciiamukh Buns In On, or Varnish: cot-
TAOE FURNITURE, 111! Styles BEODINO AND
Mattresses, various sizes, cheaper than auction
prices. Come and see, aud be convinced. You
will save money by giving us a call before pur
V. R. LEWIS, Bk.,
1134 MARKET STI1EET, PUILAkELMIIA,
Next door to cor, of Flitcenth St,
Neatly nnd Cheaply Printed
From the Latest Styles of Type at the
T AOICAWA1NNA AND
i hi ti ha .i.iuiAii
On and trior Jan, 17, 1870, Passenger Trains will
p.m. a. in.
p.m. n. in.
rnnlwHmi mndo ntRcranton hv the 10.10 a.m.
train for Great llend, lllnaiiamton, Alhunynnd
ell points North, East and Went.
D.T. HOUND, Bup't.
-1ATAWIBSA RAILItOAD On mill
J after MONDAY, Hep. 6, 18U9, Passenger
trains on tho Catawlssa llailroad will run attke
lollowliig named hours:
Dep. 8.13 n,m
" 9.47 "
" 10.0.1 "
" 10.13 "
" 11.01 "
" 11.17 '
" 12.5S "
" 1.03 "
uep. o.m '
" 4.40 '
" 4.00 '
" 3.40 '
"' 8.82 '
" 2.25 '
" l.l '
" 1.40 '
" 1.30 1
' l.in '
E. Mahouy Juuc.
" 10.40 a.m.
" 8.15 '
I To:New York via. Ilcai
lngor Mauch Cliunlr.
Prom New Yoik via. I
NoCiiangeof cars between Wllllamsport and
Philadelphia. Ul.u. Wliliu Miiy't.
gllOWN'S FAST FBEIGHT
mOJI PHILADELPHIA TO llLOOMBIiUlia,
and lntormcdlato points. Goods forwarded with
care nnd despatch and nt low rates.
Cloods, at Philadelphia, must bo delivered at
miner & co'n. 811 juaricet (street, t or full par
tlculaj), apply to
Aug. 20.'C9-tr. 11. It. Depot, Uloomsburg.Pa.
ATORTHEBN CENTRAL RAIL-
On and after Nov. 15th 1809, Trains wl)
leave Nohtuumbehland as follows I
&53 A. M. Dally to 'Wllllamsport, (except Sunday)
lorniimira, t;ananuaigua, nociicsior, uuuaio,
Husnenslon Hrldee. nnd N. Falls.
650 p. M., Dally, (except Sundays) for Elmlra and
BulTulo via Erie Hallway from Elmlra.
D.3U r. m., .uauy, (except nununysj ior Williams'
POt " TRAINS SOUTHWARD.
10.25 A. M. Daily (oxcept Monday's) for Baltimore
WILMINGTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
11.10 P.M. Dally (oxcept Sunday's) for Baltimore
wasuiugioii uuu i uiiaueijuua.
ED. S. YOUNG,
General Passenger Agent.
Alfred H. Fiske, Gen'l Hupt.,
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA, &
WESTERN RAILROAD. Summer arrange
ment, April ii,imu. xrams leavoaa louows:
Ac- Ex- Mall STATIONS. ta press
Via M. & E. Dlvls.:
Art New York. Lv!
A 31. I'.M.
12.40 8 41
via Cen. RR. of N.J.
...... Water Gap
8.00 2.40 9.10 ....Scranton 3.20 9.00 h.i
7.80 8.38 ...Clark's Summit,... 3.40 0.15 9.10
7.15 8.30 ..Ablngton 3.46 0.21 0.23
B.4) i.ii s.H -.factory vllle .......... 4.01 0.35 0.61)
0.10 1.30 7.52 Nicholson ... 4.20 9.51 10.30
5.10 1.21 TS1 llopbOltom. 4.39 10.12 11.00
4.57', 7.15 Montrose 4.57 10.10 12.00
'.in 1249 8.51 Now Mllford 5.15 10.47 12.33
3.45 1233 0.39 . Great Bend 5.30 11.02 1.00
Trains do not stop at Stations where tho Tlmo
At Now namptonwlth Central R. R. of N.J.
mo man uuu impress trains casiwaru anu west
ward connect with trains for New York, Eliza
beth, Plalnlleld, Somerville nnd other stations.
At Washington with Mnrrl A- K,u 11 II
Mail and Express trains mako close and reliable
i-uuueeuuus wuu imms ior jnow lorir. jMewarir,
iuiiiDHjnu.i.u(i;i, ,1 UlUI 1UU, JlUCKL-LlSUlWll ISC.
At Manunka Chunk with Belvidero Delaware
R. R. Close connections aro made by Mall and
Express trains, with trains for Philadelphia,
Trenton, Phlllipsburg, Belvldere, &c. By Train
No. 2, passengers reach Philadelphia via Cam
den, by tlo. 4, via Kensington, Passengers on
No. 4, urrlvo In Philadelphia In time to tako the
11.30 p. m, train for Baltimore and Woshlngton.
At Hcranton with Lackawanna Jt Bloomsburg
& Delaware & Hudson Rail Roads. Trains on
uiesu rouus connect witn our trains lor pulsion,
Wllkcs-Barro, Berwick, Bloomsburg, DanvlUo,
Oly pliant, Archbald and Carbondalc.
At Blnghamton wltn Erie Railway. Mall No.
I connects with Express Mall on Erie Railway,
leaving at 8.42 p.m. with a sleeping coach at
tached, arriving at Buffalo at 6.20 next morning.
Express No. 3 connects with a way train for
Owego, Ithaca, and Elmlra.
Albanv A Hnsotiehnrmn. Ilnlltrnn.l. Pmirlrntn.
a day run each way between Blnghamton and
a.uuuj,. uu. icuvca jiiuguainiuu ut Z.1XJP, m,
and arrives at Albany at 9.00 n. m.
Syracuse, Blnghamton 4 N. Y. R. R. Trains
for Syracuse leave at 7 a. m. and 0.25 p. m. Trains
ituu. civiiii-uoe uiiive ut ii.w a. hi. aim e.au p. m,
H. A. HENRY, W.F.HALLSTEAD.
Gen'l Pass, and Tkt. Agent. Bupt,
Monday, May I6th,i870.
Great Trunk Line from the North and North
West forPhlladelphla.New York. Heaaluc. Potts,
vllle, Tamaaua, Ashland, Shamokln Lebanon
Allentown, Easton, Ephrata, Lltlz, Lancaster,
Trains leave Harrlsburg for Now York, as fol
lows i At e,3o, e.io and 11,25 a, m., nnd
2,30 p. m connecting with similar trains on
Peuna. Railroad, aud urrlvlng nt New York nt
12,10, noon, 8,60, 0,0a aud 10,00 p. m. respectively
Sleeping cars accompany the 5,85 and 11.25 a. ru..
trains without change. 1
Returning i LeAve New York nt 9,00 n.m. and
12.00 noon and 5,00 p. m. Philadelphia at 8.15
n. m, and 3.30 p.m. sleeping cars accompany
the U.O0 a.m., and 6,00 p.m., trains Iroin N, Y,
Leavo Harrlsburg for Reading, Pottsvllle. Ta.
maqua, Miuorsvllle, Ashland, shamokln Pine
Grove, Allentown & Phlla'd. at 8,10 a.m.. & 2,50 &
iiu p."1'! oi-ui'i'iuB ut uwuaumi uuu principal way
satlons; tho 4,10pm. train connecting for Plill'a
Fottbvlllo and Columbia only. For Pottsvlllo
Schuylkill Haven and Auburn, via Schuylkill
and Susquehanna I'.allroad,leao Harrlsburg at
East Pennsylvania Railroad trains leave Read
lug for Allentown, Easlou and New York at 7 21
10.30 n. m., 1.27 and 4.45 p. m. Returning, leivo
New York at 0.00 a. in., 12.00 noon and 5.0j p. m
nnd Allentown at 7.20 a.m. 12.25 noon, 4.2d i and
8.45 p. 111. ' "
War Passenger Train leaves Philadelphia at
7,30 a.m., connecting wllh similar train ou Kost
l'a, railroad returning from Readlngat 0.35 n.m
stopping at all stations.
Leave Pottsvllle at 5.40and fl 00 nm. nn.UnM
Herndon at 0.30 a. m., Shamokln nt 6,10 and 10.40
u. iu., wuwuu u, U.1U. UUU UHl UOOU Alall-
anoy city at 7.51 a. in. and 7.07 p. in. Tainaqua at
NewYork' 'J'M '' 1 ,'"ade)Ilhl'
Leave Pottsvllle via Schuylkill and Susaue
hanuu Railroad at 8.15 n.m. for HarrlBburc und
ltcudiug Accommodation Train leaves Potts
vlllo at 5.40 a. m., passes Reading at 7,30 a. in., ar
riving at Philadelphia at 10.20 a.m. HeturnW
leaves Philadelphia at 6.15 p. m., passing Head
lug at 8.00 p.m., arriving at Pottsvllle at U.I0 p.m.
Pottstown Accommodation Tralmleavcs Potts
town at 8,25 a.m. returning, leaves Philadelphia
Columbia Railroad Trains lcavo Reading at
7,20 a in., and 0-15 p.m. for Ephrata, Lltlz, Lanias.
ter, Columbia, &c,
Perklomen llall Road Trains leave Perklomen
Junction nt 0.00a. in., 8.00 Jt 5.30 p. m. rcturulugt
leave Schwcnksvllleut 8.05 a.m., 12.15 noon, aud
lieUnl Jiroad."1118 WUU "lm"" ,ra"' 0Q
.S?if.l,roo,dnl? Ballroad trains leaverottstown
at 9.40 a. m and tt.20 p. m., returning leave Mount
Pleasant at 7.00 and 11.23 a. m., connecting with,
similar trains ou Reading Railroad.
Coestcr Valley Railroad Trains leave Bridge,
port nt 3,30 a. in. and 2.05 and 6.02 p. m. returning,
leave Downlngton nt 0.20 a. m., 12.43 noon auTl
RildTLi RalCl?Sad.C"Ug WWb """"" ,ral" oa
On Buiidayn, leave New York at 6,00 p.m.. Phil,
plila at 8,00 a.m. and 3,15 p.m., (the ,oo n.m train
running only tolleadlngijleavel'ottsvllle 8,00a.m.;
Harrlsburg at 5.SJ a. in. and 4.10 p. mand
!5'AUe'1.1',', .m. andf.U p. inand
Heading at 7.15 a.m, and ia05p.iu,for Harris
burg, at 7.23 a. ta. for New York, at 1.45 p. in. for
Phllal1lpli,la'l.na '10 m' u"a 1-Ml'-a"
Commutation, Mileage, Season, Bchool and
rft0te.T'CkpU 10 H"J from Bl
ea"h'pangerledtl'r0U8l'! 100 10anaa JlowcJ
O, A. NICOLLS.
Reading. Pa,. AprlPaWo! uP"""t-
$0 000 A YEAR AND EXPEN-
tn?.JJJ B1-S4 to agents to sell the cell,
bratec! WILSON SEWINtf MACHINES. Thefil
machine in the world, ttilrh aMi en bet tidei
0", Macuink without Money. For lurther
P "p'70r."in? 22 N, vih St., phll ad'a ,1'a.
A LL KINDS OP JOB PRINTING
Dry Goods & Notions.
jEW STOCK OF OliOTIIINO.
Fresh arrival of
FALL AND WINTEIt GOODS.
Invites attention to his stock of
C1I13AP AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING.
at his storo on
Main Street, two doors nbovo the American Hotme
whero he has Just received from New York and
hlladelphla a full assortment of
MEN AND HOYS' CLOTHING,
including tho most fushlenablc, durable, and
BOX, SACK, ItOCG, QUJI.ANU oiii-uiiUiii
of all corts, sires and colors. Ho hai also replen
ished his already largo stock of
FALL AND WINTEIl 8HAWLH,
STItlPED, FIGUHED, AND PLAIN VESTS
SHIllTS, CHAVATtf, STOCKS, COL1.A1W
SUSPENDI'.IIS, AND FANCY AHTICLES
He nas constantly on hand a large and woll-so
ectcd assortment of
CLOTHS AND Vr,STINOS,
which ho Is prepared to mako to order Into any
kind of clothing, on very short uotlco, aud In tho
best manner, All Ills clothing Is made to wear,
and most of It is of homo manufactnre.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
of 9 fcry description, fine nnd cheap. His casooi
Jewelry Is not surpassedjln thlsjplaco. Call aud
oxamlno his general assortincn of
CLOTHING, WATCHES, JEWELIU , AS.
Q C. M A R R
havo Just received from tiio eastern markets ft
large and well selected stock of
Best bleached &
All wool flannels,
A' good stock of
Ladies dress goods,
Latest styles A patterns,
Spices of all kinds,
Good stock groceries,
Wood & willow ware,
Flour & Chop,
Also Kitchen Crystal Soap for cleaning Tin
Brass, &e. All goods sold cheap for cash or pro
Uo would call the nttentlon of buyers to his
well and carefully selected assortment which
comprises everything usually kept In tho couiv
try, feeling confident that ho can sell them
goods at such prices as will ensuro satisfaction.
Nov. fl,'C9-tf C. C. MARR,
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
The subscriber has 1nst returned from the cities
with auother large and select assortment of
FALL AUD WINTER GOODS,
purchased In New York and Philadelphia at the
owest flgnro, aud which ho Is determined to sell
on as inodcrato terms as can be procured eUe
where In Bloomsburg, 141s stock comprises
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
of the choicest styles nnd latest fashions, together
witn a large assortment or Dry Goods and Gro
ceries, consisting of the following articles
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps
AND NOTIONS GEN RALLY.
In short, everything usually kept in country
stores, to which no Invites tho attention of tho
publlo goncrally. Tno highest prlco will be paid
ior country produce in exchange for goods.
S. H. MILLER 4 SON.
Arcade Buildings, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Tho undersigned would respectfully announce
to the public that he has opened a
FIRST-CLASS CONFECTIONERY STORE,
In the building lately occupied by Fox & Webb
nuoie uu is prepureuio mrnisn an Rinds of
PLAIN & FANCY CANDIES,
FOREIGN 4; DOMESTIC FRUITS,
NUTS, RAISINS, 40., da, &U
BY WHOLESALE OR BKTAIL.
In short, a, full assortment of all roods In
his Hue of business. A great variety 01
DOLLS, TOYS, Ac,
suitable for tho Holidays. Particular attention
Kit vu Kv
BREAD AND OAK ES,
of all kinds, fresh every day,
A call is solicited, and satisfaction
Nov. 22, 1807. ECKHART JWCOBS.
jyj E R 0 II A N D I S E
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
To my friends and the publlo generaUy, that all
uie consuintly on hand and lor tale
AT BARTON'S OLD STAND
JAMES K. EYER.
a-vl(jo, Solo Agent forCELLW ruosi'UATK or
mr. Largo lot coubtanlly on bund. febS'OT,
-y-IlY WILL YOU
RUIN YOUR EYESiail-T
UY CSIKa COSIMOJf GLASSES,
w hen you con purchoso
LAZARUS & MORRIS'
.. celebrated perfected
SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES
THE BIST IK Till' nv,,,. I
years without change. ul;y 1B" ,uany
mey can only bo obtained In
Of Miss A. D. WEBB,
BOOK STORE, MAIN STREET,
STOBJSAp5 ""Pe. No mdle
.LAZARUS i MORRIS
$25-SKS FOLSOM IMPROVED
Dry Goods & Groceries.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTEIt OOODH,
FALL AND WIN 1 fill UUUUM,
AND WIIN ll.lt. UUUUM,
AND WINTER GOODS,
11 ATM AND
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOIH AND HII0F.4,
HOOTS AND HIIOKH,
ROOTS AND HIIOKH,
BOOTH AND H110EH,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
OUAIN AND SEKDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
McKELVY, NEAL A CO.'S,
McKKLVY, NEAL & CO.'S,
McKELVY, NEAL A CO.'S.
McKELVY NEAL A CO.'S.
MCKELVY, NEAL A CO.'S.
Northwest corner ol Main nnd Markot Streots,
Northwest corner of Main aud Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Markot Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
In largo quantities and at reduced rate, alway
AT E W COAL YARD.
X 1 The undersigned respectfully Inform tho
citizens of l!lonmburg nnd Columbia county,
th.il they keen nil the different mi in he ra orstove
coal and selected lump coal for smithing purpo
ses, on their wharf, adjoining M'Kelvy. NealA
(Jo b Furnace; with a good pair or Jitmalo Bcalei
on the whnrf, to vclgh coal, hay, and Etrnw,
Likewise a horso and waon, to deliver coal to
those who desire it. Ah they purchase a largo
amount of coal.they intend tokeep a superior ar
tlclo, nnd sell at the very lowest prices. Plea&o
can nnu exnmine loryourfleives nerore purrhas'
ingelsowhero. J. W. IIKNDKHSHOT,
THE undersignetl will tako In ex
change for Coal nnd Groceries, tho following
.lumen ui m-ica , , iu'hi, iyv, turn, uaiH, i'oia
toes, iJird, Ilam.&houlder.and side meat, Butter,
Kgga, Hay, Ac, at tho highest cash price, at h W
,J- W. UENDERS1IOT.
Bloomsburg Mar. 19,'CO-ly.
-JTr'" Pst? -. f 1 v 1
E5I JH THE WORLD-. &T
Hew York Office 27 BEEKMAN BT.
O. HO WEB,
lias opened a first-class
BOOT, SHOE, HAT CAP, AND FUR STORE.
i. ma uiu siuuu on juain Mircet, Bloomsburg afew
"?vo ," V'oun IIouse- "Is stock fi'corn
S?s?!?if,tlj'5,cry 1'ca,;'"l bcststyles over ofler.
ed to the citizens of Columbia County. Ho can
Sfn,!?"',0 lh. PuHflowlththofollowlngSSS
at the lowest rates. Men's heavy douhlo soled
stoga boots, men's doublo and smglo tap so ed
kip boots, men s heavy stoga shoes of alTklnds
" ; uoois anu siioes of all grades. bovrs
double soled boots and.shoes of allklnds. men's
glove kid Balmoral shoes .mv li.!!.1 SSS.i
f.Siio?I.s.se!'.ftkt"1Eealters, women's glove kid
g"i ands-ewe'd"001" 01 aU ""iptlons both Bpegl:
ment o?UW "l80 Ca" atteatlou 10 "S lie assort-
HATS, CAPS, FURS AND NOTIONS.
witch comprises lull (he new and populoi varl
etles at piices which cannot fall to suit a Tlinifo
goods ore oirurcd at the lowest cash ratesnd
E'iii1a,KU,,roPtcod l("-'lvo fcaHsffiloJf A rail
!,8fi01.'c1!ei.,,l,c.fo.ro Phrasing elsowhere as it Is
Dec. 0'C7 ' vuumy,
fl Ttitrrta C VP
JABLY BOSE I'OTATOES,
THE GREAT TOPIC OF THE DAY.
The subscriber has a limited mpply of the
larly Iloso Potato, which h win Li ..,' :
,, , , " .4 IU lUUoU
"loui-ju iu rotiueiiiii,i3ccllcni varicty.atthe
low rate of Two Dniin iiMhi, V,"
nttin max miv, uu uhk
itliiv; ui luuncH varieties of
HOT-HOUSE AND OUT-DOOR PLANTM
all of which Mill bokentnn l,n,,.i .....
Ill their ...
PUIC1W.IST OF I1ARLY ROSVi POTATOLS
Per pound. 23 Cents 1 Penwir .n.ni.. n.,.,w
j l tr L.unei, s.uu per barrel, 15,00,
IiATE lv O O P I N Q,
MOST PAVOBABLE RATES.
JOHN THOMAS, AND CASPER J. THOMAS
'U!,.I.??',tr"tLOW NINTH BT..VJIILJII1I!LPUIA.
Till-- 111. 14 I'kjT- 111? t-n . kt . . '
B Receiving for the Spring Trade a large stock of
Purchased at the lOWOkt (Ir.lil IlnlM nn.l ..III i.A
sold nt agrrat reduction Iroiu last season's prices.
ENGLISH BRUSSELS at 11.60 l and WoiFer"
rinovKii it RAKER'S
UT BEWINO MACHINES,
Tlio following sro solectod from thou..-,
testimonials of similar character, u ,!:wl1
the reasons for tho preference for the o""''
n iirnver cv njukt-i, uunwer inn nurnft.;1BTt
tho rcsr. 11 iins 11 rrrnter varlelv or S-;,1""
It Is ealer lo lenrn than any other Lii?"t 'nj
rroly (JcnnvJune). ' -1Mb,
"I havo hod Pveral vent. ... .
with ndrnver linker Mnclilni.ii.iViMrl,f
mf ere.il snlntnctinn. I ihini, ut I''" .lvf,
er M.liln.i I- more . allv mnt,,,M ""k.
Hal le timet out. of nrli-r I profr,. ,,, '-M len
Baker, decldidlv."-f Mm, Dr. Uti5 &," 4
- ' ' ' v " "li Ittlullv I.
two Jiarsj und iiiim whan kuuw V,r .,
lugs, uiiil Hum Hie le.iiuuoiij uim.-
Irleu.l- who u0 lui uniiic, 1 f'J nt aj
ull llllug could liu Iiioiu o 'lui.lclu 10
MttlaMcliuii. tMl, tteuerui Uiaut, llcltI
"1 Uellevo It lo ua the Wat .11 .l
tonslUciid, ul any mat 1 h.ivo ki,,, "i10!"
ery slimiiuuuduuMly Iuuiicd lliiSS,-1
the oldlnury spools Is it ttiul ajY.r,'! ""
stitch isenllr.ly lellublot It di u!lH" '",
uil. m-iiutiiuiiy 1 It IS Hot lUhln l..7.
o clHSUo. 1 h.ive work nuw mt 1
eh was dona ulna yeurs K, wi.ich
I.- ilrs. Dr. M're,tfy,No, 4l Last r?.J
dStuet Now York. ' """"'"enti.
"Moru than two-thirds of t u,
done lu my fanillj lor llio last t oyian' u Z
done by Giot er & Baker's Machine, ffl ,
had 11 Burmeiit 1 lp or need incuihi,B'cxM?SI,!'
rents which irollcsomo boys will niffiSVhS.
cloth. It is in my oplulon bj far Hie io?t viif
Bcccher.a"y V" ,rleU' M'
"Tho OrovcrA Baker Sowlnj Machln.
has rendered lri every respect tho mottSS
satlsracllon. It combines so many navwiffi
wit 1 beauty of execution aud economy
''1 1 nvolmd IhoGrovcrA nakerSIachlt.
for ton pr twolvo years Inconstant meta m!
house. I havo seen and known every kiiiiS
family sowing, both personal and liomchold
accomplished upon tliotirover&Ualier JIatE
to tho eutlro satisfaction of all whowcra fS
cerncd."-Ilcv. Stephen II. Tyng. e
"I nnd tho Orover Baker siilcli m
wear as long m tho garmonts do-ouhresrih.
garment In fact. Tho stitch will not break !
bias Beams, when strctchod. at otherj uos on!
neither docs ltdrawtho work."-Jirs.Cr Whii
lng, 4 East Twenty-fourth StrcetTNow York.
. . wonavonurovcr&iiakcrSenlniMi.
rhino for seven years in comtaut use, hemK
felling, tucking, and everylhliig that the tEfi
can do. It is preferred over all others on occoqm
of Its durability of work, elasticity, and tittm
of stitch, ease 1 of movement, and Blmplicitj S
construction." Mrs. Gen. lluel.
"Thero could bo no greater comfort In 1
family than n Grover ,t Baker Sewing Macoiti
I have used ono for tho last nine or ten j-eari
and I think it is decidedly tho best faraUr g.
lug riacnino." ;urs. Alico 11. Whipple, wife or
Rev. Dr. Whipple, Sec. Am. MUs. AibcMiatiori.
... I havo had an opportunity of ciamln
ing and using oilier varieties or machines: boll
very much prefer tho Orovcr & linker stitch for
sireugiii, t-iasucuy, uuu ueamy, 1 have Been no
other machlno soslmnlo In Its rr.nGi-nrtM-
to easily understood and kept In orilcr.'MMnL
E. D.Sanborn, St. Louis. an-
... "During the past eleven years I liare
had a Grover Baker Sewing MacMstiu con-
"It Is so filtnpto In its struclura that U Is
exceedingly dllllcult to get it out of order, lioiti
of my little girls ono flve-anda-half aud ttia
other lour years van t.ewstralcht fccaras oa It
without assistance." Mrs, A. U. Toss, wife of
llev. Archibald C. Koss. itUWcst Thirtieth untt
"Tho Grover a Haker Machine U Bwhi
beucfltto muulclnd that I orten leelaHtbougbtt
would do mo good to trumpet Its praises far and
near. Tho one 1 havo 1h uf tho plainest kind;
but I would not exchange it for the most eipat.
lvo I ever fc.uvof any other make. (Mrs. Wilson
wifo of l'ror, Wilson, of llobart College.
. The simplicity of Its contructloa,tli
facility with which Its uso is uco.ul.ui, Uie beati'
ty, htungth, ana elasticity ol Us snub, tutf lu
adaptability to all Kinds 01 work, are quality
uhlch do not alt bclonu at once to uny other n
c.fnf." riof. llenbhaw, of WillUtou feiainary.
My wlfo Is delighted with her Ororer
linker ttewlnu Machine Hlio preters the Uro.it
a linker to niiy tither ho has hi-i n." ,UevA;
Fisher, Vutladclphla Uonferencc.
"Wo Iihvo used ono of Groverd Balier'i
Hewing Machlmstor about ten i'tH6, auttcon-Hldt-r
it cunuot be cxcelkd. ItruiiH huioothly.
was noverout or repair, and gle vcngntrw
halllaetlou." Mr. Hdwlu llutK bll-itlicfclrttt,
Tho Grovtraud JJakcr Howlug Machlno Com
pany tuauulacturo both tho Diu-stU btltclincd
Lock blUch Machines, and olTcr the pu&llc I
chotco of tho beht machines of both kinds a. '
their establishments in oil the Lirgsclt cti,aDd I
through agencies In nearly all unvuiltuwutaut
1 hi. nmiMlri' I'r-rs.. .Ifltsnn,! tnninliunl aafina
In both htltcht's furnUhod on appllcatioa to
Urovir d JlitkerH. M. C?o., Philadelphia, or to
Hardware & Cutlery.
THE NEW IIARBWAUE STORE.
NE PLUS ULTUA.
Having enlarged our Htoro I loom and jtut
OPKNEl) A NKW BUrPU',
directly from tho Manufacturers, purchase tor
cash, on a declining market, w o aro prepaired lo
offer tho samo to
FAltMEIlS, MUCIIANICH, BUILDERS,
and the rest of Mankind, a general stock, com
prising all tho kinds and qualities usually kept
In a city Hard Ware Store, suitable lotkenanu
of ttio county, at unusually low prices.
ah iiiofco who aro ucairiousoi purcnusms
n our lino can rrvo ilonov bv looklDE laat mt
New Hardware Htoro. ,
PloaAO glvo us a call and examine our 8iocac
ltUNYAN & WAHDKX.
Apr. 23.69-lyr lllooruhburg.Fa.
Jacob K, Smith. J K. Stvnii
gMITH & SELTZER,
Importers aud Dealers In Foreign and Domestic
flUHfi, OUTLKRY, 40.,
No. m n. Tninn strcet, ab.cali.owiiii-1,
Nov, 22, C7.tf,
Contemplating a cliango in our firm, we Uave
determined to cforcoul tho cntlro klocU of our
celebrated Surisn I'lioiPiiATKorl.tMKASO.W
moniated Fertilizer, at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES I
1:.tra luducomcut will ho otrorcdtoFwrflert
Hucliauoprortunltyto procuro Manart'i of tin
first quality from a house established over twro-ly-two
years li sohlom offered.
Dealers will bo allowed a heavy pfrrtat";' '
addlllon to our reduction In price.
HUItltV IN VOUlt OIlPL'ItS.
ALLEN & NEEDLES,
S6utii Delaware AvEsuE.I'iiii.ABEi.ri"1'
M. a BLOAN 4 BKOTHEK ..
Havo on hand and for knlo at tho most rti
uio rate, a splendid kiocic oi
and every description of Wagons both
x-UAin au rrtu. ,i Jar
warranted lo bo mado of tho best and i r9f,' !
able materials, and by tho roost P" " t.
worltmen. Allwork sent out from '"VfUii
lunnient will bolouud to Loorw"""'.,:,;v hvt
and sure to give perfect satisfaction, "l"
also a line assortment of
8 L E I O II S .
of all tho newest and most ifclilonal)ie
well and carefully made and ol tho best"1
An Inspection of their work Is askf J?'lu un
believed that none superior can be '""VVif.
An election ol officers of the imuvi - u M
Company to sirveror ihetusulua; '", 'kuiW
held lu IJutawlssaat Inn house of Jt "iSr
biiiut iier 1 uuu jl una uott rviiutruu mo leare
pair, 1 talio great pleasure lu recommcndins
the Urover A liakcr as tho very best sewlnxma
chtnofor family use." Mrs. J.G.rhyfe.lwVtit
Twelfth btrcct.iScw York.
I llOUSeOI Vl,,piiT.
ou uonuay, May sro.