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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
ilitril corns nro caused liy too much
lirooMitro of tho Bhoc, or by Its being so
loojo as to slldo back and forth on tho
spotwhero tho corn niter want shows It
self, Medical books roconl several cases
whero pnrlug ri hard corn has caused a
bleeding, which no known means could
nrrcst, and death ensued. Nothing
harder than tho finger nail ought over
bo allowed to touch a corn, which can
bo always cured, or kept from causing
Inconvenience, by simply bathing tho
part In warm water for half an hour for
several days In succession ; often a Blnglo
bathing will accomplish tho object of so
softening thn parts adjacent to tho'act
ual corn, that it can bo picked out with
tho finger nail, and tho shoo can bo In
stantly worn without dIsc3tiifort,whtch
an hour beforo gavo great pain) It may
return In a week, or n month, or a year,
but tho Bamo treatment will always
avail. Paring them causes them to
spread and take deeper root.
Soft corns arc Very troublesome, but
nro sometimes removed by patiently
bathing or soaking them in strong alum
water night and morning.
It is so much better to know a safo
and inexpensive -way of doing things,
that It is really worth whito to teach
theao methods to every child In tho
household, llalVs Journal qf Health
How to Mnko u CuirmlnU
About tho first of April I had In ray
possession (from a cholco cow) a very
fino calf, which I was desirous of rais
ing, but it was so obstinato that it was
utterly impossiblo for mo to makoit
drink without first putting my finger
&..in its mouth, and then my hand in the
mllk, and then as soon us my hand was'
withdrawn, it would not drink a drop.
I kept it in this manner for two wcoks,
giving it during this thno sufficient
milk to keep it from starving, and had
made up my mind to kill it, when 1
tried tho following plan: I took a
piece of corncob, put ono end In tho
calf's mouth, tho other in tlio miiK.
Tills it would suck, and as soon as tho
cob fell from its mouth, it went diving
around tho pail to find it, and in a few
minutes began to drink. I repeated
this operation but twice, when I took
tho cob away, and it drank alone, and
has dono so ever since. Tho calf is now
doing well, and growing finely. If any
aro bothered in tho manner I was, I
would adviso them to try tho plan I
did, and I guarantee it to bo very effect
ivo. Cor. of Country Gentleman.
Do Cattle Lose Their Cueist
I think they do not, but as I know of
a number of persons, who as soon as an
ox or a cow is taken sick from any
cause, (and of courso tho animals do
not chow'thcir cud while sick) mako
them a cud ; somo using codfish skin
and sweet elder bark and yeast, another
preparing a wad of hay in somo mys
terious way, another giving a piece of
salt pork. Of courso nono of tlieso
things will hurt the animal. Tho ques
tion is, whero do thoy get tho first cud ?
It is certainly not made by tho haud of
man, and put In tho calf's mouth; on
the contrary, tho littlo calf, at two or
threo weeks old is soon chewing his
In my'oplnion, when animals aro fak-
n sick, no matter what causes tho sick
ness, thoy stop chewing their cud from
the Bamo reason that a person loses his
appetito, but as they aro restored to
health by letting nature havo its courso,
or by assisting nature with some mild
medicine, thoy get well, and their ap
petite returns and they will riso and
chew their cud as before. Western Ru
ral. Pleasure In the Care or Cattle.
"Cattle husbandry not only exercises
and invigorates tho mental faculties;
btit also quickens and cherishes tho af
fections, and thus adds vastly to the
pleasures and comforts of life. There is
great pleasure in aiding and directing
vegetation, in making ten blades of
grass grow whero ono grow before, In
tending tho flower garden, and watch
ing tho development of tho leaves and
flowers, in planting trees, and observ
ing tho expanding buds, tho opening
blossoms and tho golden fruit, but there
Is a higher pleasure still in guiding ani
mal life. Tho roso and tho peach aro
things of life and beauty, and give us
oxquislto enjoyment; but they do not
appreclato our care and attention, and
never sympathize with humanity. Not
so with tho animal. In his eyo wo seo
tho higher beauty of Intelligence; and
though he cannot say 'Thank you,' In
responso for our -kind attentions, still
he looks grateful. Tliero was much
truth in thoremarks of a poor man, who,
when aaked to sell Ills pet dog for n
valuablo consideration, replied "No, I
can't part with him. I would like tho
money! but tho wag of the dog's tall
when I como homo tired at night is
worth raoro than money." Tliero is a
sympathy between a kind master and
his dumb beast which gives a higher
pleasure than that which merely minis,
tors to tho gratification of tho senses,
It stirs tho goul. Next to divinity and
humanity, tho lower animals call forth
our affections and excite pleasurable
Is n very common dlseasoin summer
time. Cholera is nothing moro than ox-
aggerated diarrhea. When a man has
died of diarrhea, ho lias died of cholera,
In reality. It may bo well for travelors
to know, that tho first, tho roost iuipor
tout, and the most indispeneablo item
In Oienrrest and euro of loosenessof the
bowels, is absolute) quiet on a bed ; au
turo herself always prompts this by dta
Inclining us to locomotion, Tho next
thing is, to eat nothing but common"
rice, parched iiko coffee, nnd then boll
cd, and taken will) n Ultletnlt and but
tcr. Brink lit Ho or no liquid of uuy
kind. Wis of Ico may ho eaten and
wallowcd at will. Every step taken
iu diarrhea, every spoonful of liquid,
oiuy aggravates tiio disease. If loeomo
tion is compulsory, tho rolsfortuno of
tho necessity may bo lessened by hav
Jug a stout plceo of woolen Dannel bound
tightly round tho abdomen, so as to bo
doubled In front, nnd kept well iu its
pipco,. In (ho practico of many years,
we havo never failed to notice a grati
fying result to follow theso observances.
-IMVt Journal (tf Health.
Ppea'tjce toys that in his clly stuff
ing improves the fair es well nu tho
nun.' vrmMft rmvcj
A Tnlo of Ono Who Traveled to
Leant What Shivering Meant.
So his compassion was excited, and,
contriving a ladder, ho mounted, nnd,
unloosening them ono nftcr nnothcr, ho
brougllt dowu nil soven. Then ho pok
ed nnd blow tho fire,nnd set them round
that thoy might warm themselves: but
as they sat still without moving, their
clothing caught flro. So hosahl, "Tako
caro of yourselves, or I will hang all of
you up again," Tho dead heard not,
and silently nllowed their rags to burn.
This made him so angry that ho said,
"If you will not hear I cannot help
you; but I will not burn with you." So
ho hung them up again in a row, and
sitting down by tho firo ho soon wont
to sleep. Tho next morning tho man
came, expecting to rccelvo his fifty
dollars, and asked, "Now do you "know
what shivering nienns?" "No," ho
answered; "how should I know? Thoso
fellows up thoro havo not opened their
mouths, nnd were so stupid that they
let tho old rags on their bodies bo burnt.')
Then tho man saw that ho should not
carry away tho fifty dollars that day, so
ho went away saying, "I never met
with such nn ono before."
Tito boy nlso went on his way nud
began ngalnto say, "Ah, If only I could
but shiver if I could but shiver I" A
wagoner walking behind overheard
him, nnd asked, "Who aro you?"
"I do not know," anawered tho boy.
Tho wagoner asked agal n , " What do
"I know not."
"Who is your father?"
"I daro not say."
"What isltyou are continually grum
"Oh," replied tho youth, "I wish to
learn what shivering is, but nobody
can teach me."
"Ccaso your silly talk," said tho wag
oner. "Como with mo and I will seo
what I can do for you." So tho boy
went with tho wagoncr,and about even
ing time they arrived at an inn where
they put up for tho night, nnd whllo
thoy wero going 1 nto tho parlour ho said ,
qulto aloud, "Oh, if I could but shiver
If I could but shiver 1" Tho host
overheard him and said, laughingly,
"Oh, If that Is all you wish, you shall
soon havo tho opportunity." "Hold
your tongue," said his wife; "so many
imprudent people havo already lo3t
their lives, It wero a shamo and sin to
such beautiful eyes that they should not
seo tho light again." But tho youth
said, "If it wero ever so difficult I would
at onco learn It; for that reason I left
home;" and ho never let tho host havo
any pcaco till ho told him that not far
off stood an enchanted castlo, whero any
ono might soon learn to shiver if ho
would watch there three nights. Tho
King had promised his daughter in
marriage to whomsoever would venture
nnd sho was tho most beautiful young
lady that thosun over shonoupou. And
ho further told him that inside tho cas
tlo tliero was nn immenso amount of
treasure guarded by evil spirits; enough
to mako any ono free, and turn a poor
man Into a very rich ono. Mnny had,
ho added, already ventured Into this
castlo, but no ono had ever como out
Tho next morning tills youth went to
tho King, and said, "If you will allow
me, I wish to watch tlirco nights in tho
enchanted castlo." Tho King looked
at him, and because his appearance
pleased him, ho salu, "You may mako
threo requests, but thoy must bo inani
mate things you ask for, and such as
you can tai;o with you into tho castle."
So tho yout h asked for a firo, a lathe,
and a cutting-board.
Tho King let him tako theso things
by day into tho castlo, and when it was
evening tho youth went in and made
himself a bright firo in ono of tho rooms
and, placing his cutting-board nnd knife
near it, ho sat down upon his lathe." Ab,
If I could but shiver!" said ho. "But
oven hero I shall never learn." At
midnight ho got up to stir tho fire, and,
as he poked It, there shrieked suddenly
in ono corner, "Miau,miau! how cold
lam!" "You simpleton!" ho exclaim
ed, "what aro you shrieking for? If you
aro cold, como and sit down by tho fire
and warm yourself!" As ho was speak
ing, two great black cats sprang up to
him with an immenso Jump and sat
down ono on each side, looking at him
qulto wildly with their fiery eyes.
When they had warmed themselves for
n littlo whilo they said, "Comrade.shall
wo havo a game of cards?'' "Certain
ly," ho replied; "but let mo seo your
paws first." So they stretched out their
claws, and ho Bald, "Ah, what long nails
you havo got; wait a bit, I must cut
them off first;" and so saying ho caught
them up by tho necks, and put them on
Ills board and screwed their feet dowu.
"Slnco I havo seen what you aro about
I havo lost my relish for a gamo at
cards," srud he; and, instantly killing
them, threw them away into tho water.
But no sooner had ho quieted theso two
and thought of sitting down again by
his firo, than thero camo out of every
holo and corner, black cats and black
dogs with glowing chains, continually
moro and moro, so that ho could not
hldo himself. Thoy howled fearfully,
and jumped upon his firo, and scattered
it about as if they would extinguish It
Ho looked on quietly for somo tlmo.but
at last, getting angry, ho took up his.
knife and called out, "Away with you,
you vatrabonds!" and chasinir them
about, a part ran oil, nnd tho rest lio
killed and threw into tho pond. As
soon as ho returned ho blow up tho
spurns oi ins nro ogam anu warmeu
himself, and while ho sat, his eyes be
gan to feci very heavy and ho wished to
go to sleep. So looking around ho taw
n great bed in ono corner, in which .ho
lav down: but no booner had ho closed
his eyes, than tho bed began to movo of
itseii anu traveieu an round ino casuo
"Just so." said ho. "only better still:"
whereupon tho bed galloped away as
If six horses nulled it un and down
steps and stairs, until nt last all at onco
u ovcrser. uoiiom upwarus, anu lay up
on him like n mountain; but up ho got
mrew puiows nnu mattresses into tno
air, and saying, "Now, ho who wishes
may travel," laid himself down by tho
tiro and slept till day brokp, In tho
morning tho King camo, and, seeing
tho youth lying on tho ground, ho
uiougnt Hint tno spectres imu Kiiieu
him, and that ho was dead; so ho said,
"It is a great misfortune that tho finest
menarotlius uilleu;" nut mo youtn,
hearing this, sprang up, saying, "It is
not como to that with mo yet!" Tho
King was much astonished, but still
very glad, nnd asked him how ho had
fared. 'Very well," replied he; "as
ono night has passed, so nlso may tho
other two." Soon after ho met his
landlord, who opened his oyes when ho
saw him. "I nover thought to seo you
alivo again," said he; "havo you learnt
now what shlvcrlmr mean9?" "No."
said he; "It is all of no uso. Oh. if any
ono would but tell mo I"
TO SC OOHTINl'UlJ
The Kidneys nre two In number, situated lit
the upper part of tho loin, surrounded by fat,
and consisting of throo parts, vl v tlio Anterior,
the Interior, nud tho Exterior.
The anterior absorbs. Interior consists of tis
sues or veins, which sorvo ns n deposit for tho
urine and convey It to the exterior. The exter
ior Is n conductor also, terminating In n single
tube, and cnllod tho Ureter, Tho ureters mo
connected with the bladder.
Tho bladder Is composod of various coverings
or tissues, divided Into parts, viz.! tho Upper
tho Lower, tho Nervous, and the Mucous. The
upper expels, tho lower retains. Many havo a
desire to urinate without tho ability: others
urinate without tho ability to retain, Tills fre
quently occurs In children.
To cure theso affections, wo must bring Into
action tho muscles, which nro engaged In their
various functions. If they nro neglected, Gravel
or Dropsy may ensue.
The reader must nlso bo mado aware, that
however slight maybe tho attack, tt Is sure to
nlTect the bodily health nnd mental powers, as
our nosh nnd blood nro supported from theso
Gout, on Rheumatism. l'aln occurring In the
loins Is Indicative of the nbovo diseases. They
occur in persons disposed to acid stomach and
Tub Okavel. The gravel ensues from neg
lect or Improper treatment of tho kidneys
These organs bolng weak, the wntcr Is not ex
pelled from the bladder, but nllowed to remain ;
It becomes feverish, and sediment forms. It Is
from this deposit that thostpnols formed, and
DnorsY Is a collection of water In bomo parts
of tho body, nnd benrs different names, accord
ing to the parts affected, viz.: when generally
diffused over tbo body.lt Is called Anasnrca,
when of tho abdomen, Asdics; when of the
I .Tkeatkent. Helmbold's highly concentrated
compound Extract lluchu Is decidedly one of
tho best remedies for diseases of the bladder.
kidneys, gravel, dropsical swellings, rheuma
tism, and gouty affections. Under this head we
have arranged Dysurin, or diaiculty and pain In
passing water, Beauty Secretion, or small and
frequent discharges of water; Strangury, or
stopping of water; Hematuria, or bloody urlno;
Gout nud Rheumatism of the kidneys, without
any change in quantity, but increase in color,or
dark water. It was nlwnys highly recommend
ed by the Into Dr. Fhyslck, in these affections.
This mcdlcino Increases tho power of diges
tion, and excites tho absorbents Into healthy
exercise by which the watery or calcareous dep
ositions, nnd all unnatural enlargements, as
well as pain and Inflammation are reduced, nnd
It Is taken by men, women, nnd children. Di
rections for use and diet Accompany.
PHILADELPHIA, PA., Feb. 25, 1S57.
II. T. Helmdold, Druggist:
DEAn Sin I liavo been n sufferer, for upward
of twenty years, with gravel, bladdor, nnd kid
ney affections, during which time I have used
various medicinal preparations, and been undor
the treatment of the most omlnent Physicians,
experiencing but littlo relief.
Having seen your preparations extensively
advortlscd, I consulted with my family physi
cian In regard to using your Extract nucha.
I did this because I had used nil kinds of ad
vertised remedies, nnd had found them worth
less, nnd, some quite Injurious; In fact, Idcspalr-
cd of ever getting well, nnd determined to use
no remedies hereafter unless I knew of tho In
gredients. It was tills that prompted me to use
your remedy. As you advertised that It was
composed of buchu, cubebs, nnd Juniper berries,
it occurred to me nnd my physician as an excel
lent co mblnntlon, nnd, with his ndvlce, after nn
e xamlnatlon of the article, nnd consulting ngaln
with the druggist, I concluded to try it. I com
mon ced Its use about eight months ago, at which
time I was con fined to my room. From the first
bottle I was astonished and gratified at tho ben
eficial effect, and after using It three weeks, wns
ablo to wal k out. I felt much Uko writing you
a full statement ot my enso nt that time, but
thought my improvement might only bo tem
porary, nnd tlierclore concluded to defer and ice
If it would effect a perfect cure, knowing then tt
would bo of greater valuo to you and moro sat
isfactory to me.
I am now able to report that a euro is effected
after using tho lemedy lor five months.
I have not used any now for three months,
and feel as well In all respects as I ever did.
Your Buchu being devoid of any unpleasant
tasto and odor, n nice tonle and Invlgorator ol
tho system, I do not mean to bo without It when
everoccaslon may require lis use In such affec
tions. m. Mccormick.
Should any doubt Mr. MtCorinick's statement,
be refers to the following gentlemen:
Wm, Rioleii, ov-Qovernor, Pennsyl.
THOU. II. Flohence, Philadelphia.
J. C. Knox, Judge, Philadelphia.
J. S. Black, Judgo, Philadelphia,
D. It. Pouter, ex-Governor, Pennsyl-
Ellis Lewis, Judge, Philadelphia.
It. C. Grieu, Judge, United States Court,
O. W. Woodward, Judge, Philadelphia,
W. A. Porter, City Solicitor, Phlladcl-
Hon John Blown, ex-Governor, California,
Hon. K. Hanks, Auditor General, Washing
ton, D. C.
And many others, If necessary.
Hold by Diugglsts nrd Dealers everywhere,
Ho ware of counterfeits. Ask for Uelmbold's,
Tako no other, PiiICE-JI.23 per bottle, or 8 bot
tles for (CM, Delivered to any address. De
scribe symptoms In all communications.
Address H, T. HELMB0LD, Drug and Chemi
cal Warehouse, Mi Broadway, N. Y.
NONE ARE GENUINE
UNLESS DONE UP IN
STEEL - ENQItAVEI) WRAPPER,
with bc-fclmlle of ray Chemical Warehouse, and
II, T. IIICI.MI10I.D.
LACKAWANNA AND BLOOMS
On nn leiur Julyfi, 1870, Passenger Trains will
run ns follows!
Going North, , Going South.
Arrlvo Arrlvo Lca,vo Leave
p. m. n. m. p. m. n. m.
Scranton 8.10 lilt) 3.80 7.10
Plltston Mi 11.12 SJSD r.ts
Kingston 7.1 II. Hi J.15 Ml
Plymouth J.3U 10.M 4.30 s.2l
Hhickshluny.... 0.62 0.00 6.17 D.iri
llerwlek 0.ui ".30 Ml 0.32
llloom' 6.SS 7.M 6.1H 10.07
Danville -I.!) 7.1 (l.M 10.13
Leavo Leavo Arrive Arrive
North'd . 4.13 0.40 7.U 11.20
Connection made ntScrnuloii by tho 10.40 a.m.
train for Urent lleml, Dltighnmtou, Albany nnd
nil points North, East nnd Went.
D.T. HOUND. Hup't.
li-,0. BUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 1870,
Passenger Trains on this road will run n fol
lows! Matt Halh. htations. Mall Xorth
Dep. 8.15 n,m Wllllamsport. Arr, S.50p.m.
' 8.11 ' Muncy. Dep.6.2S "
" V.m " Milton. " 4.10 "
" 10.10 " Danville,. " 4.oo "
" 10.30 ' Rupert. " 3.10 "
" 10.12 ' Catawlssa. " 3.82 "
" 11.17 " Rlngtown. " Z.'ii "
" 12.21p.m. Summit. " 1JW "
" 12.33 " Uunkako. " 1.40 "
" 12.18 E. MahnnyJunc. " 1.30 "
" 2,13 "Dluo.Tamaqun. Dluo. ' 1.10 '
" 4.23 " Reading. " 10.40 n.m
" 3.15 " l'ollsvlllo. " 11.30
Arr. 0.4.5 ' Philadelphia. " 8.13 "
" 1.2-3 "dlno Mauch C'nuuk, dluo" 2.00 run.
2.53 " Bethlehem, ' 12.10 "
" fiic " Phlla. via L'etblcliem, " 0.6.5 a.m.
" 3.20 " Easton, " 11.43 '
Now York, n. Liberty st
" 0.05 ' via L. A S. R. R. " 0.00 "
' 0,03 " L. Valley R. R. " 0.50 '
' 0.68 a.m. Boston, " 0.U1 p.m
Passengers tnklrg the 8.13 tratn from Wllllam
sport, will havo two hourslu New York, lor sup
per, and arrive In Boston at 5.30 a.m.. eleven
hour- In advnuco of all other routes.
Now day conches accompany all trains be
tween Wllllamsport, Few York and Philadel
phia. Trains run through by dnylleht.
UEO. WEBB, Supt.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAIL-
On and alter Juno 121h 1S70, Trains will
leavo Sujfnunv as follows :
5.15 A. M., Dally to Wllllamsport, for Elmlra
i;nnnnaajgua, iiocuesier, uuuaio, suspension
Bridge, and N. Falls.
3.10 v. M., Dally.fcxtept Sundays) for Elmlra nnd
Buffalo via Erie lUllwuy from Elmlrn.
0.15 v. M., Dally, (except Sundays) for William-
11.15 A. M. Dally (oxcert Monday's) for llaltlmoit
WILMINGTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
11.23 P.M. DallytcxcoptSunday'sJfor Baltimore
Washington and Pnlhulclphln.
ED. S. YOUNG,
General Passenger Ageul.
Alfred R. 1'iske, Gen'l Supt.,
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA, &
WESTERN RAI f.nOAD.-Suminer arrange
ment, April ii,!t,i. Trains leavo as iouows:
Via M. & E. Dlvls.
Ex- Mail STATIONS. Mali press
A a. p.m.
2.48 10.3.1 P.M.
8.20 0.(K) 8.30
3.10 0.15 0.10
3.46 0.21 0.25
4.01 0.33 0.50
4.20 0.51 10.30
4.S0 10.12 11.00
4.57 10.30 12.00
5.15 10.17 12.&5
5.30 11.02 1.00
P.M. A,M. A.M.
Arl New York. Lv
(woi jsarciay or.)
via Cen. RR. of N.J,
, flew 1 oris
New Mil ford -
Trains do not Mop nt Stations whero IhoTlmo
At Now Ham ptoii with Central It. It. of N.J.
Tho Mall nnd Exprcfas trains eastward and west
ward connect Willi trains lor New York, Eliza
beth, Plaluflcld.Somervllle and other stations.
At Washington with Morris & Essex R. R.
Mall and Express trains mako close and reliable
connections with trains lor New York. Newark,
Morriblown, Dover, Wnterloo, Hackettstown dc.
At Manunka Chunk with Belvidero Delawnre
It. R. Closo connections aio mado by Mull and
Express trains, Willi trains for Philadelphia,
Trenton, Phllllpsburg, Bolvldere, A.c. By 'irnlu
No. 2, passengers leach Philadelphia via Cam
den, by No. 4, via Kensington. Passengers on
No. 4, arrlvo in Philadelphia In time to lake tho
11.30 p. m, train for Baltimore and Washington.
At Scranton with Lackawanna A Bloomsburg
& Delaware & Hudson Rail Roads. Trains on
theso roads connect with our trains for l'ltltton,
Wllkcs-llurre. Berwick. Bloomsburg, Danville,
Oly pliant, Archbald and Carboudalo.
AtBlnghamton with Erie Railway. Mall No.
1 connects with Exprets Mall on Erie Railway,
leaving nt8.42 p.m. with 11 sleeping coach at
tached, arriving at Buffalo at 0.-0 next morning.
Express No. 3 connects with a way train for
Ow ego, Ithaca, and Elmlra.
Albany .Subquehanna RallRoad. Fourtralns
a day run each way between Blnghamtnu nud
Albuny. One leaves Blnghamtun ut 2.30 p.m.,
and arilvesat Albauynt 0,00p.m.
Syracuse, Binghaiulon a N. Y. It. R. Trains
fo r Syracufco leavo at 7 n. m. and 0.23 p. in. Trains
Irom Syracuse arihuul 11.40 n.m.niid 8.30 p. m.
11 . A. HENRY, W. F. HALLSTEAD.
Gen'l Pu&s. and Tkl. Agent. Supt.
Monday, May 10th, 1870.
Great Trunk Lino frnm ihn "N'nrth nml Wnrtli.
West forPhlladelnhla. New Ynrlc. U,.nnlnc Vntts.
vlllo, Tamaqua, Ashland, Shaiuokln Lebanon
Alleutown, Easton, Ephrata, Lltlz, Lancaster
Trains leavo Harrlsburg for New Y'ork. as lol
lows: At 6,33, 8.10 and 11,'-, u, m nnu
2,30 p. m., connecting with similar trains on
Penua. Railroad, and arriving at New York at
12,10, noon, 3,50,0,05 and lo.uo p. m. respectively
Sleeping ears accompany tho 5,33 nud 11.2oa. in.
kitiiu wiuiuui viiuukv.
IteturnlniE! Lcavu Now York nt D on n.in. nnil
12.00 noon uud 5,00 p. in. Philadelphia ut Mt
... i, uuu o.av j. iii. oiei-piug cum uccuiupuuy
tho 0,00 a. in., uud 6,00 p.m., trains from N, V
Leavo Harrlsburg ror Reading, Pottsvllit, Tiu
raaqua, Mlucrsvlllo, Ashland, shamuklu Pine
Grovo. Alleutown d. l'hilu'd. nt 8.10 a.m.. & 2.5U&
4,10 p.m., stopping nt Lebanon and principal way
stations: the 4,10pm. trulu connecting for Phll'u
Poltsvllle and Columbia only. For Pollsvllle
BciiuyiKiu jiaven and Auburn, via scuuyikUI
imu ousqueiiuuuu iauroau, leave jinrrisourg ai
East Pennsylvania llnllrnail trains leave Ilrnd.
lug for Alleutown, Eastou and New York at 7.23
10.30 a. in., 1.27 and 4.45 p.m. Returning, lenve
New York ut V.tXl a. in., 12.U0 noon and S.0J p. m.
uuu uiicmunu ill I ii. iu, 1IUU1I, 1..U am-
8.45 p. 111.
Way Passenger Train leaves Philadelphia nl
7,10 u.m., connecting with similar tiuln on East
pa. railroad returning Irom Reading ul0,& p. m
stopping at nil stations.
Leavo l'ottuvllle nr. 5.4Uantl DnOn.ln..nmt (6I) n.m
Herndon at 0.3U a. in., bhamoklu at 6,10 uud 10,40
a. m Asuiuna at 7,05 a.m. uud 12,:ju noon Man
nuoy City at 7.61 u. m, nud 7.17 p. in, Tnmaqua at
8.33 a. m., and 2,20 p. in, for Philadelphia nud
Leave Pottsvllle via Schuylkill nnd Susque
hanna Railroad at 8.15 n.m. for Harrlsburg, nud
l-.iA, uuwu, 1U1 liUUUIUIUUUU J.1C1UUUI,
Reading Accommodation Train leuves Potts
vlllo at 5.40 a. m., pnsses Rending at 7,30 a. m., ar
riving nt Philadelphia at 10.20 u. in. Helurulnxl
leaves Philadelphia at 5.15 p. m., passing Read-
mu ui o.vu p.m., arriving ut l ousvilie Ul v.w p.m.
x'oiisiown Accommouaiiou iraiuneaves ruiui.
town at 0,25 a.m.,, returning, leaves PhlludelphU'
at 4.00 n.m.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at
,.-v B.i!i., uiiu.4-13 p.m. ior Lpuraiu, itlliz, jtncug
ter, Columbia, Ac,
Perktoineu Rail Road Trains leave Perklonicn
leavoSchweukavillo at' H.U3 a.m..12.45 noon, and
4.15 p.m., connecting with similar trains uu
Colebioukdalu Railroad trains UavePotlstowii
ai imu a. in niiuii.-u p. m. .reluming leave Jinuut
plcasautut 7.00 and 11.25a. iu., connecting Willi
Bi.uimr mini,, uu iieuiiuig iiaurouu.
encster Valley Railroad Trains lenve Bildge
port ul 8.30 a. in. and .(15 nnd A.d2n. m. leluriiinu.
leave Downliigton nt 0.2O a. in., 12,13 noouaud
.u., luuuuuuil Hllll BUUUUr ll.l, l.o Wl
On Sundays, leave New Yotk at 6,00 p.m., Pull,
phla ut 8,00 a.m. aud 3,15 p.m., (the 8.00 u.m. train
running only toReadlug;)leavePottsvllle ,00u.in.;
llurrlshlire' nt. A a, n. in ..,l J in . in. n,ul
leave Alleutown at 7.23 b, in. aud 8.U p. iuuua
Rending at 7.15. u. in, and 10.05 p.m, fur Harris
burg, ul 7.2Jn. in. for New York, nt 4.45 p. m, lor
.1. . ... i ttlm "v w.u . hi. anu .'.ap. "i
Commutation, Mileage. Season. School -u.u
j.Atuiiiun jicKcis to uuu irom uu points, ui re
duced rutes. 1 1
Buggage checked through; ICO pounds allowiv
G. A. NICOLLH,
,, ,. . Geuerul Superintendent
Reading, Ph., April 20 1870.
jROWN'S FAST FREIGHT
FROM PIIILADELnilA TO BLOOMSBUUU,
and intermediate points. Goods forwarded with
caro und despatch uud at low ratcM.
Goods, nt Philadelphia, must bo delivered at
Illluer 4 Co's. 811 Market Street, For lull par
ticulars, apply to
JACOB fsCHUYI.ER, Proprielor,
Aug. 20,'00-lf, R, R. Depot, Bloomsbuig.Pa
.Neatly executed M U1I4 0c
OW TO CURE CONSUMPTION.
mm rim.n?oriiY' of urt. Rmrrcxmr's
GltUAT MEDICINES.-Will poonlo never learn
in know that a diseased liver and stomach nec
essarily disease the entire system? Tho plainest
1 rmcipii's u I'mii iiiuii nennw ii-i.eu mis, aim yet
there, nro hundreds who rldlculo tho ldon,nnd
rontlnuo In tho courso which almost Inevitably
brings them prematurely to tho grave, Living
liiomnioritv or neonio uo. at comti eto vari
ance, with tho laws of luiluro, It must bo appar
ent to all that, sooner or later, nnturo will re
venge herself. Henco wo find Inat persons who
Imlulgo to cxccrs In tho use of very rich or lndl
gcsllblo food or intoxicating drinks, invariably
I my 11 Heavy pi'iiuny ill luu vnu. inu hiuiiiiicu
iccomcs disordered nnd refuses to net! the liver
nttcmhml evils follow, and still tho suffering In
dividuals persist In clinging to the I horoutthly ex
ploded Ideas of the past. Dr. HUIIEN('K7S med
icines nro rcciimmciuieii 10 nn sum. Tiiey urinfl
sure nnd certain relief wherever Ihey nre mod
ns illmted, and all that Is necessary to establish
llielr reputation wllheviry nlllng manor wo
man In tho laud Is n fair nnd iniirartlnl trial of
them. Let thoso who nro skeptical on this point,
nnd who havo permitted Interested persons to
prejudlco them ngalnst theso now celebrated
lemedles lor Consumption, discard their preju
dices, nnd bo governed by Iho principles of rea
son nnd eommou sense. If tho si stem Is disor
dered depend upon 11, In nlno cases out 01 Ion
Iho sent of the olsordcr will bo found In tho
stomach nnd liver. To elennsa nnd Invigorate
tucsiomacnauu losiinuuaiu inoiivcr luucuiiuy
bCllllNCK'S MANDRAKE rtLLS.-Tho dally
Increasing flemaud for llieso pills Is tho best evi
dence of llielr valuo. Thousands upon thousands
of boxes nre sold dally. Why? Simply because
they act promptly nnd cfllclcntly. Invalids who
may not find It convenient lo call on Doctor
SC11ENCK In person nro Informed that full nnd
completo directions for uso nccompany each
pnekago of tho
MANDRAKE PILLS. TITLMONIO SYRUP
AND SEAWEED TONld-TIieso medicines w ill
euro consumption unless Iho lungs aro so far
gouo that Iho patient Is entirely beyond tho
leach or medical relief.
It may bo asked by llioso who are not familiar
with the virtues or theso great remedies, "How
do nr. t-CHENCK'S medicines ellect their won
derful cures of consumption?"
Tho answer Is n simple one, They begin their
work of restoration by bringing tiro stomach
liver and bowels Into nn active healthy condi
tion. It I' food Hint cures tin formidable dis
ease. SC1IENCK'MANDRAK1:PII.LS ncton
tho liver nnd stomach, promoting secretion, and
removing tho bllo nud slime which have result
ed Trom tho Inactlvo or torpid condition of these
orgnns, nnd of tho system generally. This slHg-i.l-i,
.int. r,lin IimiK'. nu, tin. eniisenurnt ac
cumulation of tho unhealthy substances named
prevent tho proper ingestion 01 iixxi, uuu.ns iv
uatural consequence, creates disease, wnlch re
sults In prosti ntlnn nnd llnnlly In death.
(-flll-k-cl.-'M pm.MfVNIil HVUIIP nud SEA-
WELD TONIC, when taken regularly, mlnglo
with tho food, aid tho digestive organs, make
grant rich blood, nud ns 11 natural con. equenco,
give flesli nud sticligth to tho patient. Let tho
mculty say what. It may, this Is tho only truo
cure for consumption. Experience has proved it
beyond tho i-hadow of a doubt, and thousands
nro to-duy alive nnd well whoa few years slnco
wei o regarded as hopeless enses, but who wero
Induced to try Dr. frUltENCK'S remedies, nnd
uprn i'i.tf,ri.il to iierumnetit health by llielr USO
One of I ho first steps tho physician should tako
with a consumptive patient Is to Invigorate the
system. Now how Is this lo ho done? Certainly
not liv civim-.medicines that exhaust and ener
vate Medicines that Impair instead of Improve
Hie function of tho digestive organs. Doctor
hCHKNCK'S medicines clcanso the stomach and
bowels of all substances which nro calculated to
Irritate or weaken them. They crcutoun appe-tlte-promoto
healthful dlgestlou-mako good
blood, and, ns 11 consequence, they luvlgornlo
nnd strengthen the entire system, and moro es
pecially those parts which tiro diseased. If this
cannot bo done, then tho caso must bo regarded
ns a lmneless mm.
If the physician finds It Impossible to mako a
PATir.ISl il'.Cl. JlUiUlll. 11 luu uibcuwiu ,.i-in,i.
rcmint. i.arlnkn nf coot! nourishing food nud
properly digest lt.Jt Is Impossible that ho can
gain In llcsh nnd strength; nud It Is equally Im
possible to bring n palleut to this condition so
long ns the liver Is burdened with diseased bile,
nnd the stomach laden with unhealthy slime.
Almost the first request mado to tho physician
by n consumptive patient Is that ho will pro
scribe medicines that will removo or alloy tho
cough, night sweats aud chills, which nro ttie
sure attendants on consumption. But this
should not bo done, ns the cough isonly nn effort
of ualuro to relievo itself, nnd tho night sweats
nnd chills nro caused by tho diseased lungs. The
remedies oidlnarlly presciibed do moio harm
Ihan good. They impair tho functions of tho
siomncu, lrupeuo lieiuiny iiigeniiuu, imu uggiiv
-vnto rr.lhor than cure the disease.
Thero Is, arter nil, nothing Uko facts with
wtifeli in substnntlato a nosltlou. nnd It is unon
lacts that Dr. SCHENCK relics. Nearly nil who
novo taken Ills raeuicino m nccoruanco wmi ins
cl rretlnns liavo lintnulv been CU1TUOI COllsuuil)
Hon, but, from tho fact that these medicines net
Willi wouueniu pow er opoii mu uiuesutu lugim?
patients thus cured speedily gain llesh. Cleans
ing the system of nil Impurities, they lay the
foundation for n solid, substantial structure.
Itpktnrlnir tliesn nrirnns to health, thev creato ail
appetite. Tho food is properly assimilated; the
quantity of blood is not only increased, but is
mndo rich nnd strong nud In the lacoot suchn
conuuion 01 uio sysitm an uiseusu jiuisi. uo uuu'
i-'uil directions nccomnanv each of the medi
cines, so that it Is not absolutely necessary that
patients should seo Dr. hCUl'CK personally,
unlesstucy ueslio to navoincir lungscxainiuni.
For this mirnoso he Is ut his principal olllee. No.
15 North Sixth St., corner ot Commerce, Pii I la.
ilclphla, every Saturday, from OA, M. until 1
thorough examination with tho Itesplrometer
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123 KoiiTii Ini srnKnT, I'iiilaselfiiia,
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Alchemy, Boreerlis, lucanlatious. llemunology.
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Address T. WILLIAM it CO., l'ubll.hers, Boulli
"Hi street, Philadelphia, l'a. '
"VTES! IT IS TiniMI
X That UioVMi.VoueM Xha J!ctl Dnvnert Iho
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1URINU CO., of Hsleui, Ohio: Heid foV Painph"
lcuonlalulug particulars. pu
S A TiTi'SMli" W lv?.nte 1,1 nraylngbuslnesT,
FlStliii ; Sfi B. Kknmeuy, 115 Che.tuulrit!
Til If !.,l"!AIV. WACHINK.-Now Book
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luidshoo stores, H. in pies mailed on receiptor
I i ii ik vii. v i Yi Sr.!J iYt. r :2??..tA N 1 JJE
JWi-iiv. ' '"v"
Dry Goods & Notions.
JyJ-EW STOCK OF OLOTIIINQ.
Fresh nrrtval of
invites Attention lo his stock of
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING.
Main Street, two doors above tho American House
where ho has Just received from Now York nnd
Philadelphia a full assortment of
.MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including tho most fashionable, durable, and
BOX, SACK, IIOCO, GUM, AND 01L-GLOTH
COATS AND PANTS.
of all sorts, sizes nud colors. Ho has nlso replen
ished his nlready large stock of
FALL AND WINTER SHAWLS,
STRIPED, FIOURED, AND PLAIN VESTS
SHIRTS, CRAVATS, STOCKS, COLLARS'
SUSPENDERS, AND FANCY ARTICLES
lie nns constantly on band a largo nnd well-se-
ectcd assortment of
CLOTHS AND VESTINGS,
which ho Is prepared to mnko to order Into any
kind of clothing, on very short notice, nud In tho
best manner. All his clothing Is made to wear,
nud most of it is of homo manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
oiocry description, fluonnd cheap. His caseol
Jewelry is notsurpassediu thlsjplacc. Call uud
exanuuo ins general assortmcn of
CLOTHING, WATCHES, JEWELIt. , AC.
a m a it it
liavojust received from tho easlern markets a
large nnd well selected stock of
BcU bleached A.
All wool U.mncls,
, A'goo,! slock of
Ladles iM-css goods,
Latest blyk A patterns.
KpUes of nil kinds,
Good stock groceries,
Wood ,t willow ware,
Flour .t Chop,
Also Kitchen Crystal Soap for cleaning Tlu',
Brasi,Ac. AU goods (.old cheap for cash or pro
duce. Ho would call tho attention of buyers to his
well and carefully selected assortment which
comprises everything usually kept lu tho coun
try, feeling confident that ho can sell them
goods at such prices as will eusuro satisfaction.
Nov. SCO-tf C. C. MARR.
THE RED LION BRAND,
TJ Xi A C K ALPACA
Is superior to all otheis in color, quality nnd
imeu , iu uu iuuuu umy ai.
jr. r. lutz's
Dealer in Dry Goods nnd Notions, lu Brower's
new building next to tho Court House, Main
Btreet, Bloomsburg, Pa. iuoyl3 .o-lf.
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
Tuo subscriber has lust returned from the cities
wltn another large and select assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
purchased iu New York and Philadelphia at tho
owest figure, and which bo U determined to sell
ou as moderate terms as can bo procured else
where lu Bloomsburg. Ills stock comprises
J.ADIES' DRESS G00D3
of tho choicest styles and latest fashions, together
witun large assortment of Dry Goods aud Gro
ceries, consisting of the following articles
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Cap
AND NOTIONS GEN RALLY.
In Bhort, everything usually kept In country
stores, lo which ne Invites tho attention of the
publlo generally. Tno highest price will be paid
for country pioduco In exchange for goods.
S. II. MILLER & SON.
Arcade Buildings, Bloomsburg, Pa.
P E O T I O N E R Y .
Trie undersigned would respectfully announce
to tho publio that he has opened a
FIRST-CLASS CONFECTIONERY STORE,
in the building lately occupied by Tox 4 Webb
where ho ts prepared to furnish all kinds of
PLAIN 4 FANCY CANDIES,
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS,
NUTS, RAISINS, AC, AC., AC,
UY WHOLESALE OB RETAIL.
, In short, a full assortment of all roods In
his lino of business, A gi eat variety, of
DOLLS, TOYS, 4c.,'
suitable for the Holidays, Particular attention
BREAD AND OAK EB,
of all kinds, fresh every day,
guarante'ed?0"0"011' and ea""fac" will b
Nov. 22, 1SB7. ECKHART JACOBS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
To my friends nud the publlo generally, th at si
are constantly ou hand and lor sale
AT BARTON'S OLD STAND
JAMES It, EYElt
r.tIio, Hole Agent for;ELUs' Phosi'Iiatk or
1MK. Largo lot constoutly on hand. feb8'o7.
g L A T E ROOFING,
B VERY VARIETY
MOST FAVORABLE RATES,
JOHN THOMAS, AM) CASPER J. THOMAS
Bo.. 277. nioomsburg, Pa.
jgUY THE 1JEST."
J A RCJ AINS-UARO AINS.
HUICIC SAT.FJ) ANn SHAM. 1-llOVITO.
BAYE YOUR MONEY.
, , , HENRY YOST,
East Bloomsburg To., for all kinds of Uilv
home and city made usm
I'U UN ITU RE,
iEl!-c.1'l,..rfn,cuaWo uuj h" woik done.
Dry Goods & Grocorios.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WIN'lT.ll GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER UOOIM,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAl-S,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
IIOOI H AND SHOES,
HOOTS AND SIIOCS,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
READY-MADE C LOT RING,
LOO It I N G-G LASSES,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
McKELVY, NEAT, & CO.'S,
McKKLVY, NEAL A CO.'S,
McKEI.VY, NEAL A CO.'S.
McKKLVY, NEAL A CO.'S.
MCKKLVY, NEAL A CO.'S.
Noi thwest corner ol Main nnd Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Nort hwest corner of Main und Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main aud Market Streots,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
in large quantities and at reduced rates, rdway
NEW COAL YARD.
The undersigned respectfully Inform tho
citizens of Bloomsburg nud Columbia county.
iu,.,. nit i.L-ei, uu uim-i eni, milliners 01 biovo
coai anu seiecicu lump coal ror smithing purpo
ses, on their Tharf, adjoining M'Kclvy, NealA
Co's Furnace; Willi a good pair of Ruirulo scales
on tho wlinrf. to vvclnh coal. hov. nnil slrnw
Likewise a horso nnd wagon, to deliver co.il to
thoso who deslio II. ABthey purchasoa large
amouutof coat.they Intend tokeep n superior ar
ticle, and sell at the very lowest prices. Please
call and examluo for yourselves beforo purchas
ing clscwheic. J. W. HENDKItHHOT,
THE undersigned will take In ex
change for Coal aud Groceiles, the following
tiuincd articles : Wheat, Rye. Corn, Oats, Pota
toes, Lard, )Iam,SliouIdcr,ani(slde meat, Butter,
l.ggs, Hay, ic.nt tlio highest cash prices, at his
Urocery Store, adjoining their coal jard,
J. W. HE.NDERSIIOT.
Bloomsburg Mar. 19,'CD-ly,
ipeued a first-class
BOOT, SHOE, HAT CAP, AND FUR STORE.
ut tho old stand on MalnStrcct.llloomsburg.afew
doors above tho Court Houso. His stock Is com
posedof the very latestand beststylesever ofler
ed to tho citizens of Columbia County. He can
accommodate the publlo wlththofollowlnggoods
at tho lowest rates. Men's heavy doublO soled
ktoga boots, men's double nud single tan soled
kip boots, men's heavy Hoga (.hoes of nil kinds
men s lino boots and shoes of all grades, boy's
doublo soled boots nnd.sliocs of nil kinds, men's
gloyo kid Balmoral hliues,mcn's. women's, boys's
,,r. , . ...i.h fcUiiun, nuiueus giuve luu
1 ollsu very flno.n omen's morocco Balmorals and
. ..u-.iv.il .c,.y uuu uiu uuiiouetl call,
ers. In short boots ol all descriptions both nea
geu imu soweu.
He would also call alt etitfrm tn Mo
HATS, CAI-S, FURS AND NOTIONS.
whUh comprises alltho now and ponulai vari
eties at prices which cunnotfallto suit all. Theso
goods nro ollered at tho lowest casli mtes anil
K1i',l,'0i,KU,".ronu'''u loglvo satisfaction, A call
llu "'"ronurcha.Hlng elsewhere as it is
belloved that better barga us aro to be fovud
u;7aiiy other place in the county. "
?,"f "Jl! St., X.T. oraRlf.iihKi.ri.,,. ',, n
ARTICLE FOR THE
LTYitVnfa! July W7i,16.)
This Curler Is tho most
prrfect Invention ever of
rorrti lo tho public. It is
penrance, nnd will not In.
Jure the hair, ns thero Is
no In at required, nornny
metallic substance used to
rust or break Iho hair.
Mnnulacturid only and
lor sale by
MCMILLAN A CO.
No, C3 Noi Hi Front street,
Stores nt Dly Coodsi Trimmings and Notion
.iJi'.H'"8.1'1?''?1. W cents; 3 Boxes, assorted
sizes, to its. Aful!(irrc lo any part of tho uult
ed Slato sj upon rectlid of the incuty.
JARLY ROSE POTATOES,
THE CHEAT TOPIC OF THE DAY,
The subscriber has n limited tunply of tho
Early Rose Potato, which ho will bell to those
wlshl jg lo procure this excellent variety, at the
low rate of Two Dollars per bushel. Ho has
also, twenty of tbe Best Varieties of
IIOT-HOU8E AND OUT-DCOIt PLANTS,
all of which will bo kept on hand, nud for sale,
iu their season,
PRICE LIST OF EARLY ROSE POTATOES I
Per pound, 25 Cents j Per peck, 7Sccntsi Per hall
bushel, UM ( Per lushel, ItOOj Per barrel, $5.00,
Neatly mid Cheaply Printed
From the latest Styles of Type al the
Hardwato & OutlCry7
TIIE NEW II ARDWARF fwrT
.. . . NE PLUS ULTRA Sr0UE.
Having cniargoa our Store Room ...
OPENED A NEW mti'm ?. Jt
directly from the Manuraclnrm rTi,V
cash, on n declining market, w o ai? nf, ??f M H
olfcr thosamoto "r 1-atreu to
FARMERS, MECHANICS, BUILliPn0
nnd tho rest of Mankind, a general 3
prising all tho kinds nnd'nualltiJSI,,,.lot'lt. con.
In a city Hard Ware sm. . S" ""nallr vS:
of the county, nt unusnally low price," ""'
All those who nrn tips rln.iDn, . 'il.es.
In our lino can snvo Money by ir,V,ti!lR,P8 eoodi
New Hardware Store. y ,0klng la ft"??
Pleasoglvo usacall nndo!tamlnon. .
JACOn li.. B.MIT11. -
gMITII & SELTZEr; 111
Importers nnd Dealers In Forelcn n i
II A R D W A R R
GUNS, CUTLERY, 4C
M. CI. HTOAM A. linni-lii.-.,,
Havo on hand and forsnloattlioiuoht reanoui.
and every description of Wagons both
PLAIN AKIl IMVnv
iiiiiiiiiue.. iiui ,uu ,1, iu nrKi nnu nml iint. I
ablo materials, nnd by tho most cxt.erlttf! I
workmen. All work sent out irom lUfSI
llshmeut will bo found to hoof the highest !Sa I
nnd sure lo give perfect satisfaction, TheyhavJ I
or all tho newei.t nnd most fashionable Hrlti
well uud carefully mado and ofiUo Ust niK
At. tH-n-IInn nl tli.l. ... . . I
belloved Hint none superior cau Jiclound In tot 1
AGENTS WANTED TOIl
A MASTERLY VrRSIFlCATION OF Tlir
SUBLIME rOE'lRY OF 111E BIBLE.
SO pronounced by leading rlcrejirwn tndliT.I
men of all denominations. Ciili.rKniivniin,Il
nnd highly esteemed both lor Its grew IntrlMj
merit and nitehnnlcnl llnKh. A lenutirul rnl
pectus. Irom a newnnd original desigu.ihoirlril
tho dlilerent styles or binding, etc., Ktitoll
lutein FRKEtoiillnerepteil as Agi-iitn.nrjilsuiQ.1
pie inpy when desired, at-HpircniMmlanuf
WJIOUXALJ; Pllici:. Executive limtorjl
niiti iiii,.,iubi. j.iueiiu eiiu. f i.riull 1'flrucuiail
keiiup, vie., uuuii-aa
I- T.1 VI'VT T, l.lt.l,
may6'70-tr 3 Barclay hi. Xew'l orV.
Q. L O It E MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Pliny Freeman, President, H, C, Frecinaa,Sw
Cash capltnl over t2,tXVtatM,all paid.
J. Ii. ROinSON,BI.003tSl!Ult(J,f.1
For Luzerne, Lycoming and Columbia
TNSURANOE A Q KX0Y.
Altun ... l,ao,"
Merchants -.. W
Farmers' Danville - s''i
Albany City 1
York Horse, Death di Theft...... W"
Homo. New Haven 'Ml
Danville, Horso Theft -
FHEAS BROWN. AiteA
mar8,69-ly. Bloomsiicbo, PiJ
OIIARPLESS & HAIOrAN,
EAOLn I'OUNDltV ANU JIANUFAl irBI0 '""I
STOVES & TLOWS WHOLESALE A KEIil
THE t'ELEUUATED MOSIK03E IHOS HEA li
THE HUTTON WOOUE.N 1IEAM rl.OffS.
ell-.llllKSIllUl C 11 U IHIl 1.1". t.i ,- -tnntl
All kinds of Brass or Hon cabling i"Je """l
upon shoit notice. ,, ...nvivl
B. F. SH ARPLliSS A 1. S. I ffij
ninnrriHlmrir. l'a. I'mpran-l
BEST. PURKS'iANO ClIUArEST
HATIfl FACTION IIL'-VKAMttl'l
cd.!,t.,h.".8, y,,.ui Palais ll.rsn.sM'1
BARKER, WOOltK & J1EIX.
T. MORRIS FEKOT A CO.
Sole Proprietors, rmtm
Deiilcrs in all kinds cf
DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS. GLASS,
DvusTUrrs, 4C, if-
CAUTION.-Owlilg to ,.Vifiy.1Srl01
our "First Niillounl Whl Je '" ",,nJ
particB have been Induce u aV,'me. JWI
rlnnu .. P. IM . .1 I insnllie UftDie.
foro Beware ol Counlerlelt. .'.'jn lttl
Ino is put up lu exlra heal) lyjietl
pots, with patent metallic win " I
BARKER, 5IOORE & JlF.I'il
On each label,
f or sale by ,..,.
TMRMERS! EXAMINE AND
X T II K O R I a I K A I"
The Finsr Raw bone riio-rB" 1
AH otheis arc imitauon.
II A u"o It'8
haw noNK , ri
SUPER PHOSPHATE 01'
r-X. . ,.!J
This Manure U mpdo u'.naa,tr.ll,';,li
j.uva. lien 111 AIIIUB""" . n.iiio I I'-"', il
OU of Vitriol, prebcullug the '.V'ii0W,,!'l
a highly boluUoaud nulikU f ?,tol
tho Aminonlii in such jnoi'ortl"-1 'ee')l
tlnn. Wii if line
give this nitlcle n trial.
us aiiicie ii irmi. , (,
B A u a II & s 0 s'
l . .. l. . r-T IT KGIvl.
miunii vigorous oil1"" -'.:.. ill
t season, the Indications, jilJ "jt
that It will maintain Us vie1 ', . rii .
st all in wu
oyyit'E-No s h, ijiu
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