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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT BLOOMSBUIIG COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
To Sec Din vn n Well.
A Now Hampshire Journal of Agri
culture suggests nn excellent jilnn for
exploring tho bottom of a well:
" "It Is not generally known how easy
n mutter It Is to examlno the bottom of
n well, cistern or pond of water by the
use of n common mirror. When tho
sun Is shining brightly, hold a mirror
so that tho reflected rays of light will
fll Into tho water. A bright spot will
bo seen at tho bottom sollght as to show
tho smallest object very plainly. By
this means wo havo oxtuulned tho bot
tom of wells fifty feet deep, when half
full or moro of water. Tho smallest
straw or other small object can bo per
fectly seen from tho surface. In tho
namo way ono cau examlno tho bottom
of ponds and rivers If tho water bo
somewhat clear, and not agitated by
winds or rapid motion. If n well or
cistern bo under cover, or shaded by
buildings, so that tho sunlight will not
fall near tho opening, It Is only neces
sary to employ two mirrors, using one
to reflect tho light to tho opening, nnd
another tosenditdown perpendicularly
Into tho water. Light may iso thrown
fifty or a hundred yards to tho precise
spot desired, and then reflected down
word. "Wo havo used tho mirror with
success to reflect light 'round n field to
n shaded spot, and also to carry It from
a south window through two rooms.and
then Into n cistern under tho north sldo
of the house. Half a dozen reflections
of tho light may bo made, though each
mirror diminishes tho brilliancy of tho
light. Lot any ono not familiar with
this method try it, and ho will And it
not only useful, but a pleasing experi
ment. It will, perhaps, roveal a mass
of sediment at tho bottom of a well
that was llttlo thought of, but which
may havo been a fruitful sourco of dis
ease, by Its decay In tho water."
Value of Hen Manure
Tho best method of using an article
so strong in ammonia as this Is by aid
A Maryland farmer recently tried
two experiments. Tho first was an ap
plication of n certain amount of pure
hen manure to COO hills of corn. Tho
second experiment was to compost an
equal quantity with as much moro of
muck. Tho compost was applied to
.1000 hills of corn.
Thoproduco'of tho latter was twlco
as good in proportion to tho former ,and
CO per cent, better than from Peruvian
A farmer who will study, diligently
"Tills Blmplo matter of composting his
manures with muck will find a, gain to
him every year of nearly doublo his
Frequent experiments demonstrate
tho fact so plainly that a load of barn
yard manure mixedand fermented with
an equal quantity of muck, loses none
of its valuo for fertilizing purposes; but
produces doublo quantity, equal in
Valuable Tabic of Dry Measure-
A box 1G by 21 inches square, and 23
inches deep, will contain ono barrel.
A box 1G by 2i inches square, and 11
inches deep, will contain ft half-barrel
A box 1G by 1G Inches square, and 1G
8-10 inches deep,will contain ouo bushel
A box 12 by 11 2-10 Inches square.and
8 8-10 inches deep will contain half a
A box 8 by 8 MO inches square, and
8 810 inches deep, will contain ono
A box 8 by 8 4-10 inches square.and 4
2-10 inches deep, will contain a half-
A box 7 by -1 Indies square, and 4
8-10 Inches deep, will contain a half-gal
A box 1 by 4 inches square, and 4 2-10
inches deep, will contain ono quart.
It must bo obvious to everybody,that
tho above tablo would bo useful to
housekeepers, who are In want of somo
dry measures of capacity, by which
they can ascertain whether they receive
tho' proper quantity of produce they
buy, by dry measure. Thesquaro shapo
Is preferred, nsbeingeasler to make and
calculate. It occurred to mo that I might
render an acceptable scrvico to tho city
subscribers of your excellent Journalof
the Farm, by giving dimensions of
squaro boxes holding abarrel, half-barrel,
bushel, half-bushel, pcck,half-pcck,
gallon, half-gallon and quart. Tho
above measures aro all within a slight
fraction of being correct, and it is bo
lioved as much so, as any measures of
capacity havo over yet been mado, for
tho difficulty of making them with ab
solute correctness has never yet been
Oiifom for I'oulfry.
It Is a well known fact to tho owners
of poultry that (ho occasional uso of on
ions, mixed and -fed to poultry with
their other food, is ono of tho best ways
of keeping n yard of poultry In health.
I am afraid It has not received tho at
tention and uso Its merits really de
mand. I am well satisfied that tho uso
of this vegetable would prevent three
fourths of tho diseases that a poultry
yard Is subject to. Not that It Is a cure
all after a disease has onco secured a
hold, but I know that I havo cured
cases of most sovcro croup by its uso
after standard remedies had failed, I
became convinced that if any article
like this would cure, tho occasional uso
or it would bo a proventivo nnd sucli
havo found it to bo not only In croup,
but in all those diseases that poultry
are JlaWo to under carelessness mid mis-
management. Fowls will readily eat
it If It Is sliced flno and mixed with
their food. Glvo it as often as onco a
week oflener if you choose it will do
them good. Make a trial of this vegc-
table, breeders of poultry, ond then
you will know for a cerlainty how to
appreciate it. Exchange.
BEETS N OT Soil. ExilAUSTEItS. The
t'tlca Jltrakl says no valid objection
can be taltcd to this crop on tho scoro
or lis exhausting UioeoJI, A tri-ycarly
rotidlon of tho tcet enriches tho soil.
Tho tops cut off and plowed In, ns well
as tho rails and charcoal from tho eugnr
houses, are excellent fertilizers. Largo
quantifies of animal manuro also nro
obtained from tho herds fattened on tho
pulp. Thus would tho yield of tho land
bo more than quadrupled In value,
while tho Jand ItseU would bo improv.
ed, where now it Is being exhausted by
continuous cropping with cercnls.
Tim df mnen rnncril In )tn vorrrJnliln
MorJd by inscefs every year. Is estimat-
THE YOUNG FOLKS.
A 1'nle or One Who Traveled to
l.i'iuii What Shivering .Meant.
The second night ho went up again
Into tho castle, and silting down by
tho fire, began liU old song, "If I could
but shlverl" "SVhcn midnight came, n
ringing and a rattling nolso was heard,
gentle at first, and louder and louder
by degrees; then thcro was a pause, and
presently with n loud outcry half a
man's body camo down tho chlmnoy
and fell at his feet. "Holloa ;" ho ex
claimed, "only linlfrt man nnswerod
that ringing; that Is too llttlo." Then
tho ringing began afresh, and n roaring
and howling was heard, and tho other
half fell down. "Walt a bit," said ho;
"I will poko up tho flro first." When
ho had douo so and looked round again
tho two pieces had Joined themselves
together, and an ugly man was sitting
In his placo. "I did not bargain for
that," said tho youth; "tho bench is
mlno." Tho man tried to push him
away, but the youth would not let him
and giving him a violent push sat him
self down in his old placo. Presently
moro men fell down tho chimney, ouo
after tho other, who broughtnlno thigh
bones and two skulls, which they set
up,and then they began to play at nine
pins. At this tho youth wished also to
play, so ho asked whether ho might
loin them. "Yes if you havo money I"
',Monoy enough," ho replied, "but your
balls aro not quite round; so ssylng he
took up tho skulls, and, placing them
on his latlic,tumcd them round. "Ah,
now you will roll well," said ho. "Hol
loa I now wo will go at it merrily." So
he played with them and lost somo of
his money, but as it struck twelvo
everything disappeared. Then he lay
down and went to sleep quietly. On
tho morrow tho lung camo for nows,
and asked him how ho had fared this
time. "I havo been playing nluopius,"
ho replied, "and lost a couplo of doll
ars." Havo you not shivered ?" "No I
I havo enjoyod myself very much; hut
I wish somo ono would teach mc that!"
On tho third night ho sat down again
on his bench, saying in great vexation,
"Oh, if I could only shiverl" When
it grew late, six tall men camo in bear
ing a coflln between them. "Ah, ah,"
said he, "that is surely my llttlo cousin
who died two days ago;" and beckon
ing with his finger ho called, "Come,
llttlo cousin, come!" Tho men set down
tho coffin upon tho ground, and ho went
up and took off tho lid, and thcro lay a
dead man within, and as ho felt tho
faco it was as cold as Ico. "Stop a mo-
iisetit,'.Ucieaf-"I wm-wsmr It m a
trice;" and stepping up to tho flro ho
warmed his hands and then laid them
upon the face,'but It remained cold. So
ho took up tho body, and sitting down
by tho fire, ho laid It on his lap and
rubbed tho arms that tho blood might
circulate again. Hut nil this was of no
avail, and he thought to himself if two
He in a bed together they warm each
other; so ho put tho body iu tho bed,
and covering it up laid himself down
byitssido. After a llttlo whilo tho
body becamo warm and began to movo
about. "See, my cousin," lio exclaim
ed, "have I not warmed you?" But tho
body got up and oxclaimed, "Now I
will stranglo you." "Is that your grat
itudo?" cried tho youth. "Then you
shall get into your coffin again;" nnd
taking it up, ho throw tho body in, and
mado tho Hd fast. Then tlio six men
camo in again and boro It away. "Oh,
deary mo," said ho, "I shall never bo
ablo to shiver if I stop hero all my life
time 1" At theso words in camo a man
who was taller than all tho others, and
looked moro horrible; but he was very
old and haa a long white beard. "Oh,
ynu wretch," ho exclaimed, "now thou
shalt learn what shivering means, for
thou shalt die!"
"Not so quick," answered the youth,
"If I dio I must bo brought to it first."
"I will quickly selzo you," replied
tho ugly one.
"Softly, softly; bo not too sure. I am
as strong as you,nnd perhaps stronger."
"That wo will see," said tho ugly
man. "If you aro stronger than I, I
will let you go; como let us try;" and
ho led him away through a dark pass
ago to a smith's forgo. Then taking up
an ax ho cut through tho anvil at ono
blow down to tho ground. "I can do
that still better," said tho youth, and
went to another anvil, whilo tho old
man followed him and watched him
with his long beard hanging down.
Then tho youth took up nn nx, and,
spll tting tho anvil at ono blow, wedg
ed tho old man's beard in it "Now I
havo you; now death comes upon you!"
and, taking up an iron bar, ho beat tho
old man until ho groaned, nnd begged
him to stop, and ho would givo him
great riches. So tho youth drow out tho
axe, and lot him looso. Then tho old
man, leading him back into tho castlo,
showed him threo chests full of gold in
a collar. "Ono share of this," said ho,
"bolongs to tho poor, another to tho
King, and a third to yourself." And
Just then It struck twelvo and the old
man vanished, leaving tho youth in tho
dark. "I must help myself out here,"
said ho, and groping round ho found his
woy back to his room and went to 6leep
by tho fire.
Tho noxt morning theKlngcamo and
inquired, "Now havo you learnt to
shiver?" "No," replied tho youth;
"what Is It ? My dead cousin camo here,
and a bearded man, who showed mo a
lot of gold down below; but what shiv
ering means, no ono has showed mo!"
Then tho King taid, "You havo won
tho castle, and bhall marry my daugh
ter." "That is all very flno," replied tho
youth, "but still I don't know what
So the gold wiw fetched, anil tho wed
ding was celebrated, but tho young
Prince (for tho youth was a Princo now
notwithstanding his love for his bride.
nnd his great contentment, was still
continually crying, "If I could but
shlvcrMf I could but shiver 1" At last
It fell out In this wlso : ono of tho cham
bermaids said to tho Princess, "Let mo
bring In my aid to teach him what
Bhivcrlngis." So sho went to tho brook
which flowed through tho garden, and
drow up n pall of water full of llttlo
fish; and, ot ulglit, when tho young
Princo was asleep, his brldo drow away
tho covering and poured thopall of cold
water and tho llttlo fishes over him, bo
that they Blippcd oil about him. Then
tho Prince woko up directly, colling
out, "Oh 1 that ranked moshlver! dear
who, that makes mo shiver! Yes, now
I know what shivering means!"
A QIiu' "Dayton, Ohio, recently
H K K I I) N K Y B .
Tlio Kidney" aro two In number, situated nt
tho upper partof the loin, surrounded by fat,
and coiulitldK of tliroo part J, vlv tlio Anterior,
tho Interior, and the Ulterior.
Tho antorlor absorht, Interior consists of tli
sues or veins, which serve ns ft deposit for tho
urlno and convey It to the exterior. Tho exter
ior Is n conductor also, terminating In n slnglo
lube, and called tlio Ureter. Tho ureters nro
connected with tho liladdor.
Tho bladder Is composod of various coverings
or tissues, dlvldod Into parts, viz.! tho Upper
tlio Lower, tho Nervous, and tho Mucous. The
upper expels, tho lower retains, Stnny have a
desho to urinate without tho ability; others
urluato without tho ability to retain. This fro
tiueiitly occurs In children.
To euro those affections, wo must bring Into
action tho muscles, which aro engaged In their
various functions. If they nro neglected, Oravcl
or Dropsy may ensue.
Tho reader must ulso bo mado aware, tbat
however slight maybe tho attack, It Is suro to
affect tho bodily health and mental powers, as
our flesh and blood aro supported from these
Oout.ob ItiiKUMATisM. rain occurring in tho
loins is Indicative of tho above diseases. They
occur In persons dlsposodto acid stomach and
The Oiiavel. Tho gr.wol ensues from neg
lect or improper treatment of tho kidneys
These organs being weak, tho water is not ex
pelled from tlio bladder, but allowod to romaiu ;
It becomes feverish, and sediment forms. It 1 s
from this deposit that the stono is formed, and
DitorsY is a collection of water In somo parts
of tho body, and bears different names, accord
ing to tho rarts affected, viz,: when generally
diffused over tlio body, it Is called Anasarca,
when of tho ubdomen, Asaltes; when of tlio
I ,TunATMENr. Helmbold'H highly concentrated
compound Exltact Buchu is decidedly ouo of
the best remedies for diseases of tho bladdort
kidneys, gravel, dropsical swellings, rheuma
tism, and gouty affections. Under this head wo
havo arranged Uysurla, or difficulty and pain in
passing water, Beauty Secretion, or small and
frequent dlscharyvs of water; Strangury, or
stopping of water ; llematui la, or bloody urlno ;
Gout and llboumatism of tlio kidneys, without
any changoln quantity, but Incicaso In color,or
dark water. It was always highly recommend
ed by the late Dr. I'hyslck, In theso affections.
This medicine Increases tho power of dlges
Uon.tiud excites tho absorbents into healthy
exercise by which tho watery or calcareous dep
ositions, nnd all unnatural enlargements, as
well as pain and lnnammatlon are reduced, and
It lstakon by men, women, and children. Di
rections for nso and diet accompany.
Philadelphia, Pa., Feb, 25, 1SG7.
II. T. Helmbold, Druggist:
Dkab Sin I havo been n sufferer, for upward
of twenty years, with gravel, bladdor, and kid
ney affections, during which time I havo used
various medicinal preparations, and been under
the treatment of tho most eminent rbyslclans,
experiencing but llttlo relief.
Having seen your preparations extensively
advertised, I consulted with my family physi
cian In regard to using your Extract Buchu.
I did this because I had used all kinds of ad
vertised remedies, and had found them worth
less, and, somo quite Injurious ; In fact, I despair
ed of ever getting well, nnd determined to use
no remedies herealtcr unless I knew of tho In
gredients. It was this that prompted mo to use
your remedy. As you advertised that It was
composed of buchu, cubebs, and Juniper berries,
It occurred to mo nud ray physician as nu excel
lent co mbluatlon, and, with his advice, after an
examination of tuenrtlcle, and consulting again
with tho druggist, I concluded to try It. I com
menced its uso about eight months ago, atwhlch
tlraol was confined to my room. From thofirst
bottle I was astonished ond gratified at the ben-
eflctal effect, and after using It threo weeks, was
able to wal k out. I felt much like writing you
a full statement ot my caso at that time, but
thought my Improvement might only bo tern
porary, and therefore concluded to defer and see
If it would effect n rerfect ciue, knowing then It
would bo of greater valuo to you and moro sat
isfactory to mo.
1 am now able to report that a cure Is effected
alter using the remedy for five months.
I havo not used any now for three months,
and leel as well In all respects as I ever did.
Your Hue hu being devoid of any unpleasant
tastound odor, n nice tonic and luvlgorator ol
tho system, I do not mean to be without It v, hen-
ever occasion may requlio Us uso In such affec
tions. il. MtCOItMlCK.
Should any doubt Mr. McCorinlck's sltttemont,
he lefurs to the following genllemcu:
Hon, War. Bir.i.Eii, ov-Uovernor, Peuusyl
Hon. Thus. II. Fi-oiience, Philadelphia.
Hon, J. C. Knox, Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon. J. S. Black, Judge, Philadelphia,
Hon. D, It. PoiiTKii, ex-Oovernor, P:nnsyl-
Hon, Ellis Lewis, Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon. It, C. Uuier, Judge, United State Court
Hon, Q, W. Woodward, Judge, Philadelphia,
Hon. W. A. Porter, City Solicitor, Philadel
phia. Hon John Uioler, ex-aovernor, California.
Hon. K. Banks, Auditor General, Washing,
ton, D, O.
Aud many others, If necessary.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere,
Beware of counterfeits. Ask for Helmbold's.
Take no other, Price $l.!5 per bottle, or 0 bot
tles for 10.W. Delivered to any address. De
scrlbo symptoms In all communications.
Address 11. T, HELMBOLD, Drug and Chemi
cal Warehouse, 631 Broadway, N. V.
NONE ARE GENUINE
UNLESS DONE UP IN
STEEL - ENQItAVED WHAPPEH,
with fso-olmlle ofmy Chemical Warehouse, and
II, T, HELMBOLD.
T A OKA WANNA AND BLOOMS-
JLi HUKl, ItAiLHOAD
On ftnd atur July 3, 1S70, Passenger Trains will
run ns follows!
lioniR Norm. KomgHouin.
Artlvo Arrive Leavo Leave
p. in. rt. in. p.m. a.m.
I?minwtlnn tnnde At Kcrniilitn bv IIih lo.til h.iii.
Irnl'i fnrtlri'nt ltend. ltltuiliamtnn. Albany nnd
nil points North, Unst and West.
v, 1, JiUUI i', oup i,
1S70. SUMMEit ARKANGGMnNT, IS70,
Passenger Trains on this road will run as fol
Dep. 8.1.J n,m
A rr, 5.50 p. m.
" -M0 "
" 4.IID "
" 3.10 "
" 3.:u "
" 2.r "
" 1.50 "
" 1.40 "
" 1.30 '
" 10.40 a.m
" lu.io "
" 111.10 "
" 10. li '
" 11.17 "
Hum in II. 1
1., Mahony June. 1
DIue.Tnmaquii. Dine. '
' Pottsvllle. "
'dluo Mauch Cnuuk, ditto1
Phllii. via Bethlehem, "
New York, fl. Liberty st.,
via L. AH. It. 11.
' CO.) ' vlaL.AH.lt.lt. ' 0.00 '
' 0,03 " " L. Valley 11. 11. " 6.50 "
' 5..M a.m. Boston, li.w p.m
Passenizers taklrc the 8.15 train from William-
sport, wilt havo two hours In New York, lor (.up
per, and arrive In Boston nt 5.30 a.m.. eleven
hour- lundvanco or all other routes.
New day coaches accompany nil trains be
tween Wllllniuspoil, Few Yoik nud Phllndel-
Trains run through by daylight
LO. WEBB, Supt.
OUTIIHKN CENTRAL RAIL
On nud after Juno 12lh 1S70, Trains will
leave SusnuiiY as follows :
5.83 A.M., Dally to Wllllamsporl, for Elmlrn
ranaiuiaigun, liocnesier, uuitaio, riuspensiou
Bridge, nud N. Falls,
3. 10 l'. M.. Dally,(exeept Sundays) fur Elmlrn and
llullalo via l.ne ituiiwny irom j.imint.
0.15 I, m., Daily, (cxceptSuiKlays) for Williams-
Pr ' THAINS SOUTHWA11D.
11,15 A. M.Dally (except Monday's) for Bnlllmon
WILMINGTON AND PHILADl-XI'IlIA.
11.25 P.M. Diilly(exceplSnndny's)for Biilllmoti
wnsuiligioii ana ruiinticipuia.
i:u. S. YOUNU.
(Jeneral Passenger Agent
Alfred 11. Fiske, Oen'l Supl.,
TELAWARE, LACKAWANNA, &
Juf V 1--"1 KAll.HUAli. minnner arrange
menl, April 11,1(C0. Trains lca5 o ns lollows:
Ac- Ex- Mali STATIONS. AlK press
8.00 2.40 0.10
(1.1.5 1.53 8.11 !
0.10 1.39 7.52;
5.10 1.21 7'37
4.57 1 7.15
1.10 1249 0.51
3.43 1235 0.39
Trains do r
Via M. .V E. Dlvls.
All New Yolk. Lv
foot Jlarcliw St.)
A M. I'.M.
11. -'8 7.33
0. 00 5.00
1. ) (1.211
1. 111 9.11
2. WI l.6.-
2. IS 10.3S P.M.
3.2(1 0.00 8.30
3,10 11.15 IU0
3.1(1 11.21 0.25
4.01 U.35 11.50
4.20 0.51 10.30
4.M1 10.12 11.00
4.57 KU'J 12.00
5.15 10.17 12.35
5.30 11.02 1.10
l'.M. A,M. A.M.
via Ceil. Hit. of N.J.
tFuot LxbcrlH Nt)
V, ater (lap
At New Humnton with Central It. It. of N.J,
The Mall and Express trains eastward and west
ward connect Willi trains lor isew ork, Eliza
beth. Plalntleld.Somervlllonnd other stations.
At Washington with Morris & Essex It. it,
Mall and Exmess trains make close nnd reliable
connections with tinttis (or New York. Nownrlr
iiiorriMown. Dover, nierloo, iincKcttstown ixc.
At Mnnunkn Chunk with Belvldero Delaware
It. It. Close counectlous nrcmade by Mull and
Kxnress trains, with trains lor Philadelphia.
Trenton, Piillllphbuig, Bolvlilere.&e. By Train
No. 2. passengers reach Philadelphia via Cum
den, by No. 4, via Kensington. Passengers on
No. 4, urrlvo lu Philadelphia in lime to tako tho
ii..v p. in, irain jor iiaiiimoro anu usniugiou.
At Scranton with Lackawanna A Bloomsburg
A Delawaro A; Hudson Ball llonds. Tialns on
tnese mails connect witii our tin us for Pltutou
Wllkes-Barre, Berwick, Bloomsburg, Danville,
Olyphaut, Archbald nud Carboudale.
At lUngliumton Willi Erie Hallway. Mall No,
l connects Willi ExnrefsMallon Erlo Kallwnv
leavlni- nt 8.4- n. m. with il sleenlui. roach at
tached, arrlvlm: at Bullnlo nt 0.20 next mornlnir,
Kxpiess No, 3 connects with a way tralu lor
Owtgo. Itlmca, and Elinlra.
Albany Susquehanna ItailRoad. Fourtralns
a day run each way between Blnghamtou nnd
Aiuuijy. uuu leaves llllignumiou uv -.dup. m,
an d arrlvcb at Albany at 11.00 n. m.
Syracuse, Blnghamtou a N. Y. 11. It. Trains
fo r Syracuse leave at 7 u. m. and 11.25 p. m. Trains
irom nyruciiho urnvu ui ii.w a. Hi.nua o.;m p. m,
It. A. HENltY. W. F. IIALLSI'EAD.
Oen'l Puss, and Tkt. Agent. Supt,
JIONDAV, JlAY ICtll.lSTO.
(Ireat Trunk Lino from the North and North
west lori-uiiaueiniiia.wew Yoin. lli'iiulnir. Polls'
vllle, Tamaqua, Abhiaud, Shaiiioklu Lebanon
Aiientowu, l-jastou, Epiiratn, Lltlz, Iiucustei
Trains leave Harrlsburg for New York, ns lol
lows: At 5,3o, 8.10 nud 11,25 u. lu,, and
2,50 p. in., connecting with simitar lialuH on
Penim. lUIIrona, una arriving at Nuw York hi
12,10, noon, 3,50, u.o.) Ami 10,00 p. m. rehpoellvtly
Hleeplug cars accompany tho 5,33 and 11.25a, lu.
trains without change,
lleturulug: Leaio New Yolknl 0.00 a.m. aud
12.00 noun nud 5,00 p. in. Philadelphia at 8.15
in, uim u.uu ji. in. niiepiug cars accompany
i 0.00 n. in., and 5.00 ii.in.. trains lrniu N. Y
the P.'Xl n. iu uud 5,1X1 p.m., imlus liuiu .",
Leave Harrlsburg lor Heading, I'otlsvlUe, Ta.
uuiua. Mlnersvllie. Ashland, hainokln Pine
mnqua, Allnorsvllle, Ashland, Miamoklu Plue
Urove, Alleutown .V: Phlla'd. nlK,lua.iii.,
1,10 p.m., stopping nt Lebanon and piiuclinil wuy
stations: the LlUnlu. train couuectluir for Phll'u
Poltsvlllo nnd Columbia only. For Pottsvllle
riciiuyiuiii iiaveu nnu Aunuin, via Kcuuyiutll
aud busriueliauuu llullruad, leuvo Harrlsburg al
East Pennsylvania nallioad trains leave Itea.l.
ing for Alleutown, Kaslon and New orli ut 7,-i
HUD ii. in., l.'-7 nnd 1.15 p.m. lleturiilug, leave
,miw lorKai u.oun. m., r..ou nof,n auu&.tij p. in.
and Alleutuwu at n. m, l.'i noon, l.vp and
8.1 j p. in.
Wav Passencer Trnln leaves Phlladelnhta at
7,l!Ua.iii connecting Willi similar tialii ou East
l-a. ruuroau reiuriuug irom iieauiugai uup. III.
slopping at all stations.
Leavo l'ultsvllle nt S.lennd QM a.m. .and t,.rn
Herudon nt U.:HJ a. m., bhumoklu ul !, and lu.lu
U. 111., JVDIlltlllU Ul U.I11. HUH J...SJ IlOOIl .11UI1
nnoy city at 7.S1 a. m. and 7.17 p. lu, Tauintiuii ul
s.il a. m and X.-V p. m.for Phlladilphl.t mi l
Leavo Pottsvlllo via Behuylklll and Sus'juo
hanua ltullroad at 8,15 ii.m. lor Harrlsburg, uud
ll',05 uoou, for PlueGrovu uud Treuioul,
Heading Accommodation Train leaves Potls
vlllu ut5.iua. m., passes Ituutlugat 7,oOa. m., in
riving at Phlludeliihla at 10M u, in. lteturulust
leaves Phlludeliihla at 5,15 p. m,, passing lUud.
Ing at S.lKjji.m., arriving ut Pottsvllle al U.IU p.m.
Puttstown Accoiuinouatlon TratiuleavisPoits
town at ti;i a,m, returuliig, leaves l'hlladelphls
at 1,(0 p.m.
Columbia llallroad Trains leave Heading at
7,'JU u.in., and b-15 p.m. for Eplirutu, Llliz, J jiutas.
ler, Columbia, Ac.,
Perkioiuen llall Iload Traiusleavo Perklomeu
Junction nt U.OOn. m 3.00 Ji5.au p.m. returuliig:
leaveHchweuUsville at ti.U3u.in,, 12.13 noon, aud
1.15 p.m.. connecting with similar trains on
ColebrookdaleBullroud trains leave Pollstown
at U.IU n. 111 and OJ p. m.,riturulug leae.Mouul
Plcusantnt 7.1X1 finj ll.aa, m., cuuuecllug Willi
similar tin Ins 011 Heading ItniUoitd.
Chester Valley ltallroad Trains leave Bridge
port nt K,3Uu. 111. and 2.U5 nud 5.1.' p. m. leturulug.
leave Downlugtou nt U.'JU a. rn., U.li noon and
.15 p. in., cuuniclliiB with Minllur trulns or
On Buuduys, leuve New Y'ork at 5,00 p.m., Phil
phlant s,U0 a.m. nud 3,13 p.m., (tlio ,uu a.m. tralu
Hurrlkburg at a.33 u. 111, nud l.lu p. m. uud
have Alleutown nt7.tau,m. nudt.li p. m.,nnd
Iteadlng nt7,15 n. m.iiud lu.U5p. 111, for Harrls
burg, nt 7.2.1a. m. for New York, at l.p. m, lor
Alleulowii. uud at U.IU 11. in, aud 1.25 p. m- lot
Coininulnllnn, Mileage, Biflson, School ui.u
J'.xcurslou 'llckcls touiid from nil poluts.ut in
duced rates. '
Baggage checked through; 1W) pounds nllowis
a. A, NJCOLLH,
,, ,, ,. . General (superintendent
Heading, Pa., April 2U 1S7U.
JItOWN'S FAST FRKiailT
FItOM PHILADELPHIA TO JILOOilSBUltO.
and Intermediate points. Goods forwarded with
care aud desjmtch uud ut low rates.
Goods, at Philadelphia, must be delivered nl
Jllluer Co's. Ml Market btriet, For lull par.
llcuhus, apiily to
JACOB K'HUYLEB, Proprietor.
Aug. W.'CO-tt. It. It. Depot, Bloomiburg.Pa
Neatly execs tea at tuli om
TOW TO CURE CONSUMPTION.
tiih T-itit.n!oi'iiY nt.' int. Hftir.vcun
(IKEAT MKDH'INHS. Will people never karn
o know main-tiisenscu liver mm sinmnrn nee-
snrliy Ulseaso tlio enure sysiem7 mo plainest
'i-lnch.h-n nl ,-rtinmnli senso leneli 1 his. mid vr-t
tliriomo hundreds wlin rldtculo Ihn lilen.nnd
outiuuoin 1 no cnu nro which nnnon ineviiniiiy
'rings tin in pieiiiiiiuioiy i mo gr.ivp. Living
theinnjntily or peopio
letnnlntllv of lieotifo do. nt eollllilelo Vail
mice, Willi the laws of nature, it until im nr-pnr-
ni. in mi iimii. lonui-r in-inter, n iiuro u re-
iicn lif i-mi lr. IIr,n ( MM lllld lfmt liersotis III)
ImluUtn to excess In tho uso of very rich or Indl
esttblo loral or Inloxlcallns drinks, Invariably
pay n heavy penally In tlieend. Tho slomieh
lieeoiues disordered and ionises tonel; the I her
f.ills to perforin lis iuticllims, dyspepsia and Its
nttendniit eMIs follow, and ct III the MUVerlng In
dlildiialspeislst In dinging toll"' Ihmomtlily ex-
uoaeii mens oi mo pnsi. ui. ri.iii.i.ii n men
plnrs nro t(ftimtnttiili-d to nil such, lhc.v ijrlitir
sure nud certain relief whetever they nro used
ns illtpiH-il, .Hid nil that Is liccosnnry to establish
I iiMi in.it n nn u- ipvurv nn lie mail nr wo
man In the land Is af.ilrniid Impartial trlnl of
them Let Ihose who are skeptical on itus pomi,
nnd who have permitted Interested persons to
prejudice them against thco now celebrated
remedies lor Consumption, discard their preju
dices, nnd bo governed by tho principle or ion
sou nm! common sense, if tlio system Is disor
dered dcpind upon II. In nine Cases out of ten
tin, sent (if tlin ('.tinnier will bo found ltl tlio
stomach nnd liver. To clonnso nnd Invigorate-
tho stomach and toslltnulato tlio liver loneniiiiy
action, uu A ..,.., , ,,
lnctenslHgiicmand for theso pills Is tlio best evi
deneoor llit-lr Milne, Thousands upon thousands
of boxes me sold dally. Why? blmply beoatno
hey net promptly nud efficiently, ItiMilldswlio
nny not Hnd It convenient tit rail on iioaor
SCIII'.NCIC Hi person nro lnrornicd that full and
complete dlieellons for uso nccompauy each
pni'KHgll ot i no
............. ....... r,,,r.,mt(-, UVlltll
ANiiHr.Avi:i:iiTiiNI(!. Tlicso medicines will
euro iiitiMimplioii unless tlio lungs are so t.ir
gone Hint the patient Is eutlicly be olid tho
lencu in ineiiii'iii roiiei. . ,,,
It inny bo asked by those who ato not fiimlllar
wltli ititi vlrliios of Ihrie Croat remedies. "How
do Dr. 1-CHF.NUK'H medlcinos ellcct their won
deriul euros of cunsuHipllon?"
The nnswir Is a s innlo one. niey uogin iiioir
work ol restoration by bringing lire slomacli
liver and bowels Into nn netlvo healthy condi
tion. Ills food thai euros tins formidable dis
ease. SCHENCK'S JIANDliAKi: PILLS ncton
tlio liver and slomacli, protiiotltiir secretion, and
l emovlnii tlio bllo and sllmo which have result
ed Irom llio Inactive or torpid condition or llteso
organs, ana oi mo system generally, hihwhs
nll. Llnln nTllin I .mlv. n,l IllO rilllSOIlUOllt nO'
(iiiiiiiiiitlfit, nr tin. iiiifioalilivsubilnnces named
pievcnt the propel uigenioii oi loou.iiuu.iis u
natural consequence, crcinc m-emo, .viuvn iv
suits In prosttntloiuind llnally In death.
s -ii . - . s l'lii.Mii.iii Miiiui' nun m-..v
WKr.it TiiN'ic. win ii inkeii reirularly. mliiLtlo
with ih f,i.l. uiil Urn illifosllvu orirans. maUo
gOOlI riCll UIOOU, lltlll ns U lllUltrm ouusi'Mueue.,
glvo llesh and strength to tho jiatleut. Let llio
,tl.- .nv ,r1,n, Il l.lV tills Is t llO lltlll' IrilO
euro lur consumption. Expeilcncolias proveil It
beyond the shadow of ll uouoi, nnu iuohs.uhis
in u lo-dav alii o and well who a few years since.
wero regrtruou as nopeioss oii-e, mu ,i; n.v
Induced to try Dr. hCHEN'CK'M remedies, nnd
won. rilitr..,! tr, lioi-milllOllt llOlllltl l)V tlll'lr I1SO
One of the Ilrst stons the tuiysKinn miouiii la m
Willi n eonsuninllve imtlont Is to liivlgorale tho
system. Now how is ibis to be thine? Certainly
lioi uy giving nieuicims nun i-aiuui-,. im- iie,
vnti niodlclues that Impair Instond of Improvo
ll, fmioll.ina ,f tlin (lli.fltlvil (Itll.'lllS. llllClor
SCH ENt'K'S mod lollies elontln. Iliusloilliich and
bowels of all snbslulices winon iiio i-nii iii.iu-ii 10
irritate or weaken them? They ireatoiiti appe
tite promote lieiilllifnl dlgosllon liinko guild
blond, nnd, us a consequence, they Invigorate
n,l klrnt.ulli, I, tlll lltlri, KVhtOlll. lllld llllirett;-
peolully tboie pal Is which are diseased. If this
o.itiiiotbeilouc, Ihen the caso must bo regarded
nu lifiticlLU ..,,(,
j I tnu T-iis siciaii iimisii iniii,--.i.,i.- n. ,u..i.v
iittuvTiiii. iiiTN-iiiiv. if tho illieaseu lierson
eauuot pariaito or gooa nourisiuiiK mini nuu
pioperly digest il, It Is ImpoSHlblo that be can
ir ill. In lllwll -llnl itll'lllTtll ! lltlll It lS CriliallV ltll-
lOlslUlO 10 linilg ll paiieill louus nmnuiyii b,i
.mil llin wlfiiniii-ti lmloti with lltlhoilltllV hllllie.
Almost tho Hist leqtiest. llllliio III llio in sh-iuii
t.i- n fililllln,,tlvn lvtlllltl.S Illllt llC Will mo-
sc ribo iiiodiclntH that will remove or iillnytlio
cough, nlglit sweats and chills, which nio tho
suro alloniliiiils on consumption. Hut this
ihimM not. ho ilnnp. ns tlmooil" 1 IsotllV nil CIlul
,if n-iliirn Inroth-vo Hself. and llio lllalll hW oat:
nnd chills are caused by tho diseased lungs. The
ronw.i ni imi niiriiv iiicscrioeii no nioru inirin
4 cnnil. Tht-V Itlltnlir tlio fllllCtiOIlS Of lllO
Mnunu-li, nnpeuo ucniiiiy uigesuou, uuu iigEjui-
vnni i-ni iipi-1 11:111 onrn lim iionio.
There Is, utter all, nolhlng llko facts Willi
whlelilombslautlntoii poslllou, and It is upon
rncts that Dr. SCIIICNCK relies. Nearly nil who
have taken his medicine In accordance with his
.tin .llntiu lull., lint (inlv liOCll CUVOd of OOllSUinil-
tlOIl, 1IUI, HOin lllO lUCl null llie-n iiieuieuiei neL
with wonderltil power upon the digestive organs
patients thus cuicd speedily gi In tlcsh. Cleans
lug Hie system of all liiipuritics, they lay the
fou mini lou for it solid, substantial stincture,
it.-i.tni im ttmsp (ir.nis to health, thov oronte an
ontictitc. The food Is properly assimilated; the
qiiantily ol blood Is not only increased, but 1
liinilo iltli nnil stronc nnd In tho lace oi such t
cond Ition of tho system nil disease must bu ban
l'ull directions neeompany each of the medi
cines, SO mill 11 IS 1101 ausouuoiy ni-cisMua in.i
tifittoiitM stmiiiiiiin Dr. KCllENCK nersonallv
mi Iork tin y iiosini to have their luncs examined,
For tills purpose lie is at his pilncipnl olllce, N'o.
13 North sixth. St., corner ol Commerce, Pliiia.
iieinnia, every waiuiuoy, iiom u.. ji. limn
Aiivton is plven without choree, but for a
thoiough examination with the lteKpliotiieter
tlio chargo is S.5. .
Price of tho rulmonlc Syrup nud Seaweed
Tonlo each, S1.50 per bottle, or S7.50 u half dozen.
Mandrake Pills 25 cents n box. For saloby nil
This Is the most thorough blood purifier yet
discovered, and curen all humors from the worst
Scrofula to n common 7-.Vn;ii'oti. J'implci nnd
Jtlutctics on theace. and cai or rourjli 4.111, which
nro biich annoying blemishes to ninny young
peisons, yield to the uso of n few bottles of this
wonderful medicine. Prom one to eight botlles
cuio Halt llhcum. Dn&tyictas, Ncntd Jlcml. liiuq
U'ormt, Holts, Sculjr Jj-itjitions ttf the Akin, Scrofula
Sores, Ulcers anUuajnlcr" in the MouthanU Stom
ach. It Is a pure medicinal extract of nutlvo
roots and plants, combining In harmony Nature's
most sovereign curative piopertles, which Gnd
has instilled into tho vigelablo kingdom for
healing tho sick. It Is n great restorer for tho
strengtli and vigor of tho system. Thoso who
are languid, sleepless, have ?im-oti apprciemioni
or fears, or any of the nllecllnus symptomatic of
weakness, will find convincing cvldenco of its
restorative powirupon trial. If you leel dult,
tlroicsy. ilebthlaltd and despondent, have Irequent
Jfeudaehc.vioulh tastes badly ill the morning, ir
regular amietttc nnd touyue conttd, you aie suller
ing irom Torpid .furor "Jtdwusnui." In many
cases ol "Ltur Complaint" only npart of these
symptoms aie experienced. As uiemedy for all
such cases, Dr. Pierce's Golden Mcdii-nl Dlcov
cry has no equal as it cllects pcrrect cuies, leav
ing the liver strcitnthcnid nnd htalthi. l'or tho
cuio of Habitual Constipation of the Bowels 11
is u never falling remedy, and UiomiwIio have
used It lor this purpo.su uiu loud lu Its praise.
In Jlronchatt, Throat and J.un; Disiases, It has
1 reduced manytiuty lemarkiiblo cures, wheie
other medicines had failed. Sold by diuggisls
at 81.0'J per bottle. Pieparid at tlio CI1et11tc.il
Laboratory of H. V. P1EIIOK, 11. H.,
Jl22'70.lf llullalo, N. V.
QUANUKVILU'. STIlJlj AHJCA).
Tim untlerslgmd lespectfully aunonncn 10
tho Panning community that Ibev aroag.iln in
the Held with their machine.! lor tho harvest o
THE NEVl' PENNSYLVANIA
THltESllIUl AND OLKANKlt,
l'alenled by Adrian Cornell, with Major's patent
double nclinghrpiir.ilor combined, Is what every
l-'ariucr Held,. It can't bo beat.lt has been l.iltly
tested and lias lur cxecedtd llio expeetiillons of
all who hau senilis operalliius, Jt has been
got up expressly to meet 1)10 wauls of llio Farm,
i-r. We maiiiiliieluiii them, oveishot lur truul.
power and utuUrsliot lor ievtr power. Tills
lnnchliieinn be mado lodouuy deslied amount
01 woik, Is simple lu construction, easy to
manage and not Halite to get out of repair.
They ul,o continue to mutiul.ieluie the Cele
braltd VHr.ELElfS ltAILVt'AY
TIOItSK l'OWKU .0
from tho original patterns, Willi an improve
meut iu llio power, whereby n gain ol 2i per cent.
Iscllucled.nud gives ihodeslred power at Irom
3ioU Inches less (levutlou lhau the old style,
They also attach
M.UOIt'H PATENT DOUBLU ACTINU .SHEET
IKON BOTTOM HEPAIIATOHS
tolhelr machines, manuf.ic'.uit-d only bylliem
and se ured to thi in byle-lurs patent Irom Win,
M. Major. They also mnmuueturo Hie best uud
llglilont rutinliig Lever Power, In llio country
also Diittble nnd Mngle.Uiared Jacks. Having
011 hand a good supply of well seasoned lumber
ot the best finality, and experienced woilctueu
engaged In their luiuiuliuluu', they guaiuutiu
HL'PEltlOU TO ANY MANl'FACTUUED
tlsowhere. All having repnlrlng to do should
remember 1 lint wo havoall the original patlerus.
Hcpalilug 1I0110 nt short notice and on ri-nsouu'
ble lenus. .Maehlnes sold at astonishingly
low prices nnd credit given when de-.li ed.
1 or further particulars call oil or address
SCUUYhKH & LOW,
AaniCULTUBAL WOBKN, OUANOEVILLE,
COLU.M1IIA COUNTY, PA,
whero they iiiauiifacturo llio best nnd cheapest
lion and Wooden Beam Pious lu tbuHlale, ulso
wagon jacks, lion kettles nud nil kinds of woilc
usually done Hi Foundries and Machine shops.
All woilc warm ntiil and till kinds ot couulry
produco taken In exchange.
PHILOSOPHY OF MAltKIAGK.
X A Ntw C'oi'iibK of LEt-ri'iiiJi, ns elillvered at
the Pi'iiiu.Pulttcliilcaud Anutumleiil Museum
12H3 Chestnut HI., three doois above Twellih.
Philadelphia, (inbrnclug Hie subjects! How to
Live nnd What to Live for; Youth, Maturity
nud Old Agoj Manhood tlenerally llevleweir
'llio lausoof lndlgestloiij Flatulence and nerv.
ous Diseases aiiounlcd lori Marriage Phllo.
tophlcally coiisldired. Huse lectures will be
foivwirdul 011 rcielpt of 15 teuls by uddretslngi
Herniary ol Ilia Piniisylvunlii Poiaim-hnio
A.NJI ANATOMIt'AI, WUhfctlJI, P.-Jj ClllSlllUt Kt.,
Plillndelphlu, Pennsylvania, '
JJ ViaiTINO CAHDS,
Neatly nnil Cheaply Prlnlcd
From the Latett My leu of Tyi nt the
Dry Groodu & Notions.
jq-EW STOCK OP CLOTHING.
Fresh nrrlvnl of
InvIlcH nllentlon to lils slock of
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE CLOTIIINO.
at his store on
Malu Slrcel, twodoors above llio American House
whoro ho has Just received ft out New York and
Philadelphia n full cissorlmcnt of
MlHs" AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including the most f.ishlanable, durable, nnd
BOX, SACK, rtOCCl, GUM, AND OIL-GLOTH
COATS AND PANTS.
of nit sortsrslzes and colors. IIo has also replen
ished his nlrcady largo slock of
FALL AND WINTEtl SHAWLS,
STltlPED, FIGUBED, AND PLAIN VESTS
SHIUTS, CIIAVATS, STOCKS, COLLARS
HUSPENDEBS, AND FANCY AKTICLES
lie nas constantly on hand a largo aud well-se
eded assortment of
CLOTHS AND VESTINQS,
which ho Is prepared to mnko to order Into nny
kind of clothing, on very short notice, nnd In tho
best manner. All his clothing is made tp wear,
nnd most of It Is of home manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWKLItY,
olo cry description, flno and cheap, Ills casool
Jewelry Is not sttrpnsscdlln thlsjplnce. Cull nud
examine his general nssortmen of
CLOTHING, WATCHES, JEWELU5. , AC.
0. M A n It
hnvcjustrei'clvcd from tho eastern luarltcti n
largo and well iselcctcil stock of
1) It Y GOODS,
Jlest blenched A
All wool fluhiioN,
AK"1 tock of
t indies dress goods
Latest ht Irs a patterns,
flpkcH of all klndH,
Good stock groceries,
Wood A willow ware,
J-'louv it Chop,
Al.so Kitchen Crystal Soap for cleauhiK Tin
llrass.A'c. All Kfods sold che:iii lor eash or pro
Ifo would call tho nttenllon of buyirs to Ills
well nnd can fully Mdeeted annulment wldch
compnac-soverytlilngnbtially kejd In tho eoun
try, feeling confident that ho can sell them
goods nt such prices ns will ciimuo satisfaction,
Mow 5,'6lMf U. C. MA It It.
UY TIIK BF.ST.
is superior 10 nil othcis In color, quality nud
1'", lUIIUUUII.J !(.
HI. P. LUTZ'B
Dealer III Dry Goods nnd Notions, lu Blower's
new building next lo the Court House, Main
Htrcet, Bloomsburg, Pa, (mayl3 ,0-ir.
FBESII AIIUIVAL Of
Tho subscriber has lust returned from tho cities
with another largo aud select assortment of
FALL AND WINTEH OOODM,
purchased lu New Y'orkaud Philadelphia at the
owest flgnro, and which ho Is determined to sell
ou ns moderate terms as can bo procured else
Wliero In Bloomsburg. His stock comprises
LADIES' DHESS GOODS
of tho choicest styles and latest fashions, together
with a largo Assortment of Dry Goods and Gro
ceries, couslstlug of tho following articles
Boots and Bhnes,
Hats and Caps
AND NOTIONS HEN ItALLY.
Ill snort, everything usually kept In country
stores, lovililch no iuviles the nlteutlon of tlio
public generally. Tlio highest prlco will be paid
for couutiy pioduco In extlinngo for goods.
H. H. MILLHltetSON.
Arcado Bnildlugs, Blooiiibburg, Pa.
Tlio undersigned would lespectfully announce
to the public tuat he ha.s opened a
F1HUT-CLAKS CONF1XTI0NEHY bTOHR,
lu tho building lately occnplod by Fox A Wtbb
where ho Is pieparedlo luriilsh all kluds ol
PLAIN A FANCY CANDIES,
FOUEION & DOMESTIC FHUITS,
NUTS, HAIMNS, AC, AC, AC.
UY WHOLESALE OH KETAtL.
In short, n full ussnrtinent of all goods lu
his lino of business. A great variety of
DOLLS, TOYS, Ac.,
suitable for the Holidays. Particular attention
HUB AD AND CAIIEH,
of all kluels, fiesh every day,
OUKISTJUa O A N D I E s,
A call Is solicited, and
satisfaction will b
jy e a 0 II A N D I S E
NOTICE IS HF.HEBY GIVEN
To my friends and tho public generally, th r.t el
are constantly on hand ami lor salo
AT BAP.TON'8 OLD STAND
JAMES K. EYEH
fAlso, Hole Agent for;Et.i.ia' Phosi-jiatk or
jur. iJirgo lot constantly on hand. febs'OT,
iZ2il0IL"f$a 1,'ublMiul and HiotiuiKdt:
fiMiftf!" ti'Il'lforclrculura. Theywlll cost you
notldug, and may bo of great benellt to you.
MOST FAVORABLE RATES,
JOHN THOMAS, AND CABPKll J, THOMAH
Box, 277, uloomsburg, l'a.
THE P.ED LION EHAND,
Dry Goods & Grocorios.
n RAND OPENING
VJT (IP.AND OPKNINO
FALL AND WINTEH GOODS,
consist Ing of
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAW,
HATS AND CAIH,
HATS AND UAPH,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTH AND, SHOPS,
11001 H AND HIIOFH
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HEA1 1 Y-M A DH CLOT1 UNO
HKADY-MA l)K CLOT! UNO,
HEADY-MA HE CLOTHING,
LOOK 1NG-G LASS ICS,
LOO K I N O-O LASS ES
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
(1KAIN AND SEEDS,
GiiAIN AND SHICUS,
(1KAIN AND SEF.DS,
GHAIN AND HHI'.DH,
OIUIN AND SHEDS,
nictvi'.i.v v ,
Northwest corner ot Main nnd Market Streets.
Northwest corner uf Malu and Market Strecut,
Northwest corner of Main uud Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Street.
Northwest corner of Malu uud Market HtreeUi,
I HON AND NAILS,
IKON AND NAHM,
IKON AND NAILS,
IKON AND NAILS,
IKON AND NAILS,
In largo quantities and at reduced rates, alway
K W COAL YAK D.
The undcrsicncil rcsncctfullv Inform tho
citizens of It looms burn nmi Columbia county.
nidi, uicj- ftvup nu nio uiiiriL-iimujiiuurn uikiuvh
cotil nnd fieleclcd lump coal for sinlthtng rmrpo
sts, on tlietr wlmvf, mlJolnhiK M'Kelvy. In cal A
Vti's Kiuimce: wlthncood imtr of Hiidjln t,pnls
on tho whaif, to stiKh loal, liny, nud straw.
jjinuvriKu 11 nurKu nnu wiigon, 10 ueiiver co.n 10
thoso who desire It, Asthey putclmse n laro
nmouu lot coal, they intend tokeep a superior ar
ticle, and hell nt tho very lowest prices. Please
call and examlno for yourselves before purrhiui
lus el&ewhere. J. W, IIKNDKUSIIOT,
TIIK undorrilgned will tako In ox
chaiiKe for Coal and Groceries, the following
named articles : AVheat, Hyc. Corn, Oats, rota
toes, I,ard, Hanj.Khoulder.aud hide ineat,ilutter,
IKKi Hay, Ac, nt tho liiKhest cash prices, at hU
Oiocery htore, adjoining their coal yard,
J. W. HENDKItSHOT.
BloomBburg Mar, lOO'O-ly,
SO. II O AY E It,
ipeued a first-class
BOOT, SHOE, HAT CAP, AND FUIt STOKE.
at tho old stand on MnlnStreet,Bloomshnrg,afow
duorsahovo tho Court House. His stock Is com-
1110 very laiesi anu neststylt-H ever offer
ed to t he citize ns or rnlimil.h, r..i,i,- 11,.
acconimodato tho public with the followlnggoexls
at the lowest r.Hes. Men's heavy double solod
stoga boots, men's doublo nnd single tap soled
Kill ImnlU lit.h'u l,nut. ..... i , ...... ..
men's line boots and shoes of all grades, boy's
double soled boots nnd.shoes of nil kinds, men's
glove kid Balmorul Mines, men's, women's, boys's
and misses' lasting gaiters, women's glove kid
Pol Sll Vl-rV f1tli.Wiiliii.i'M,i,nw, lil,.?-..i.. n..?l
calf shoes, women's very Uno kid buttoned gait-
... .u uuu.q ui uu uesiTipilOUB OOIU llCg"
ged and sewed. 1 B
Ho would also call nttentlon to his fine assort
HATS, CAPS, FUHS AND NOTIONS,
which comprises all the new and populni varl
etlesat prlce-swlilehi-anuotfailtosultnll. These
goods are oileied at tho lowest cash lates aud
1."il,",Kl,,n,r"1r'"''d '"Bivo sallsfacllou. A call
s solicited before purchasing elsewhere as it is
beiiuvc-d that bcttc-r bargalus nro to bu found
tlinn ot any other place lu the county.
Dec, ti 07
AUTUI.E FOU THE
This Culler 1h tho most
ieled to the nubile. It Is
easily operated.neut In ap.
pearaiiee, and will not In
Juiu the hair, as there Is
110 heat required, nor any
metallic suustnure used to
1 list or break the hair.
Manufactured only nud
MCMILLAN it CO,
ii No, 13 North Frout Street,
Sold nt Dry Goods, Trimmings nnd Notion
N, 11. Single Box JS rents; 3 Bonis, assorted
sizes, l els, .lfintditeloiiuy pull of Hie unit
ed Sillies, upou leet-iiit of the money,
EXCELS ALL Ol'HEU LE.ID I
1st, For lis I'nrlvaled Whiteness,
2d, l'or lis llneejuullcd immunity,
Sil, 1- or Its Unsurpassed Cuverlug Property,
Luslly for lis Ecouoiuy.
3-It COSTS LICSH to paint with Buck Lkaii
than any other White Lead extant, The snmo
weight covers MOKE SHHFACE, Is more DUH
AllClC, aud makes WH1TEH WoilK.
U UCK LEAD, Is the Cheapest and Best
1) U 0 K ZINC
EXCELS ALL OTIIEU ZINCa
1st, Vot Its Unequalled Durability,
Sid. For lis Unrivaled Whiteness,
;id. For its Unsurpassed Covering Property.
Easily, for lis Gu-ut Economy,
bciug tho CHICAPICST, HANDSOMIST, and
most DUItABLE Whito Paint lu tho woild,
H U V ONLY
BUCK LKAD AND 15UCIC ZINO:
THY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
Satisfaction Guaranteed by tho Manufacturers.
BUCK COTTAQK COLOKS,
Prepared expressly for Painting
COTTAOF, OUTBUILDINGS of every deserlp
Hon, FENCES, AO. TII1KTV-FIVH DIFFER,
ENT COLOHS, Durable, Cheap, Uniform, aud
Hamplo cards lent by Mull If desired.
Dealers' Orders will ho promptly cxecuteei by
tho manufacturers, ' '
Fl'.ENC'lt, HICHAltDS 4 CO.,
N. W. Cor. TeulU and Market Htreetn,
rpUE NEW HAnDWAi.rf-15
Having cniargoil our btof."?.'
iitiMMi.,, . ...r:lurQ Hoot,, ...
m,,vi..ij ""in 1110 .llnimfaplnr. l
caith, 011 a declining inarkef.w tWclw,.. .
Prising nil lii'o
In n city Hard Ware ffift aiii
of the countv. nt um,.i,.tJ '.""abln kit
. ,, ., - nv inw .uei...'
, n,ll,,n.n,. -T.r ..""lHOItlll.nl ....
New Hardware Store. 'u'' bV look" .'.'? IW
lease glvo us n call" nd exnm,. ' " 11
VUKItlo, I " I"
JACOB K. SMITH. ,
n nrrmit ..-..- j. n.
hj "i. It.
Importersnud Dealers in Foreign mht)
Nov, 22, 07-tf,
M. C. SLOAN A IinnTtrr-n
Have on hand nnd for sale at tlio mr1(.t
nid every description of Wagons both
PLAIN AM Pavpv
nblrt inatennlH. nm bv lli.i mn.i
wiiiftiiu-iii in ninii kciil iiiiL irntii ti. ....
iiniiuiL'iii 111 uu iu 11 11 11 iti nr nr ilia ii t,,. .,
K I. !! t fl IT si
of all tho newest nod hmvt tflLtiiror.i i.....
A11 lrmnrr'tlnii nf t brlr wnrlf u n.i.,.i ..
uuiioviHi vuai, none superior cnu be found ini
vu" J .'UV. mTi. tt-ll.
AO KNTS WANTED V0H
A St , OTl'l I I.V M'IICIl-lr , ,n
uui,i.iu'i lui.jiii or 'iuii miiii
en ......... ...i 1r.n.ll.. .1.... . ...
pectus, Irom n new and orlglcnlelt -lun.ihor
11111 ropy wilt 11 ucsiieo, ill .i ;fr ci 11. till vat.
ir,nu mi. miiirnkd
I ' i TV P r.iMi.i...
mny(l'70-tf 3 Il.n-e-lj.-i M, Kewkit
Q. Ij O B E JIUT U A It
LIFE INSUKANCE COMI'ASY
Cash capital over f.',a".0ii,iill paid.
.t. n. itmiiKox ni.ooMsiurnn.f
For Luzcino, Lycoming and Colnmlila
Sfn.. A .....vino Uf.
IIIICIUHIIUUHI t -
lllll mtuciu , "
. . ..... U
Albany City - K
iJiiucuaiDi Vjiiv !. 1 - '
iiomu. new iiuvuii -
Danville, Hor&G Then
VltlAK 11KUWN. AtlttiL
OIIAHPLESS & JIAHMAX,
V . n. I- l-,, V AVI, A 1 A , .
. ...u.Vl tBI
Hill CKLKUUATEI) MONTROSE 1U0N
Till, 1 MTTTftS econtlEX 11KAM TtOtf.
. . itC'nt
f ast liL'sandFlrollr curorriTiiiii"s'"'-
All kinds ot Brass or iron casuus
I, A, ull I,I,T t-.l .T ,'.n.,l-" .
Illnftttiklii, i. I'll. 1 I
BEST, PUREST. A.M lllEAl'LST1
cy. It has no equal. u . .,rt.iinnout
sold hy all di-ulirsin I'liiiilsH""1"'"
1. . -1 ,r t..t jinnlll'. .1 MElSt
Hole Proprlctori, "'""I'SfiJ '""
DllUOS, OILS. PAINTS UUSS,
nvtSTi'Frs, at "
our "First Nallonal Wli'te
lmrll,. liiiv.i lit I 11 IlldUCi ll to m.M
Hons article ULder tliu siini; m m
Horn llnei-nl-B of CoUIlteHells itl
Ine is put up 111 i frelaouw
pois, wllll patent jini,
and the name of
BABKEIl, JIOOHE A MLI-.
f,. n..i.li lltCl,
For sale by
TAItMEHSi EXAMINE AN" ,n
T II E O B I Ci I ' A1"
THE UK ST HAW VOt.
.. HlllissI'lIAl " .
All otners nrw
HAW IIOSB 1 ll
SUl'EH PIIOSPIIATL ui' "
Ill'U, T V ll'llU Ail
B A u a II & s 0 s.
OyyiCK-No 0 H. Dolavraro AH
This Jfmiurtt Is mado ' dUK
Bones, rich In Nllrotieuous n '"VriitPj
Oil of Vitriol, presenllua Hie B I bleiuii
a hlBhly kolu ,lo and iiulclily ' ''u'",
the Aiuiuonla lu sucli P'V' ,,rou lUeC U
prompt nud vlt'orous netion uro" '
Where BauA's . '"'ff'1'0,' wTilioot',?
past season, the Indication. " (rolA
!i .,11 in ntedi' Rlt