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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBXJHG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
rutting 111 Wheat.
Tlio kuiso of ono-hnlf tlio failures of
tlio wheat crop In vnrlntt part., tif our
country, la nttrlbutntilo to tlio cnrelis
and improper way In which It U put In,
and tho Improper rotation of crops. A
man who follows oats with wheat, or
any other small grain, or u ho follows
wheat with wheat, docs not descrvo
success, and Is suro never to rccclvo It.
I know I utter a thrlce-lold talc when
I say that such a System of farming
will ruin tho best lands on earth, and
uovcr do any good ; but It Is n talo that
cannot bo told too often for tho good of
our wholo country, and somo farmers
In particular. I do not hero seek to
point out any now discovery of my
own, but simply to inculcate lessons
which I havo learned In tho schools of
observation and experience. Wo bo
llevo it was that scientific agricultural
1st, Voclcker, who wroto tho admirable
tBiay on "Clover as a preparation for
wheat," and Ills admirablo teachings In
this respect should bo followed as
"higher law" by our farming commun
ity. That wheat after clover will pro
duco a third moro than wheat after any
other crop, no intelligent agriculturalist
of tho present day will deny. There-
foro wo arguo that whenovcr clover can
bo grown, it should by all meaus bo
sown as a preparation of tho soil for
wheat. Where it cannot bo grown, net
tial experiments with other crops will
point out tho unerring road to success
ful wheat culture, and when it is onco
ascertained what is best to cultlvato ns
a preparation, in any particular soil or
climate, follow tho teachings of naturo
implicitly, and a less complaint will bo
heard at tho harvest lime.
In addition to tho improper rotation
of crops, tho manner of putting in
wheat has much to do with tho success
or falluro of tho crop. Why, I havo of
ten seen well to do farmers sowing
wheat in standing corn, whero tho flat
tall grass and weeds wero thick, and
then following after with a ono horso
shovel plow I And this too, in October
or November 1 Again, I havo seen
somo men sow it down on oats or rye,
or wheat stubblo, and follow with a Ca
rey plow or shovel I Somo oven sow it
on land that lias been broken up with
an indifferent two horso plow, and
brush it in with a busb. Can such men
reasonably look for a -half crop ? Wo
will not Insult tho American farmer by
telling him at what timo ho should sow
or the manner of putting it in, to in
sure that success which ho should and
would meet with, for we feel suro lie
knows already, and only hOpo ho will
do a3 well as ho knows how to do. Cor.
Oiling- Farm Implements.
Every farmer should hnvo a can of
linseed oil and a brush on hand, nnd
whenever ho buys anew tool, ho should
soak it well with tho oil and dry it by
the firo or in tho sun, beforo using. Tho
wood by this treatment is toughened
and strengthened, and rendered imper
vious to water. Wet a now hay-rako
and when it dries it will begin to bo
looso in the joints; but if well oiied,tho
wet will havo but slight effect. Shoy
els and forks aro preserved from chesk
ing and cracking in tho top of the han
dle by oiling; tho wood becomes smooth
as glass by use, and is far less liablo to
blister tho hand when long used. Axo'
and hammer handles often break off
whero tho wood enters tho iron; this
part particularly should bo toughened
with oil, to securo durability. OHiug
the wood in tho eyo of tho axo will pre
vent its swelling and shrinking, nnd
sometimes getting loose. Tho tools on
a largo farm cost a largo sum of money;
Uiey should bo of tho most approved
kinds. It Is n poor economy at tho
present extravagant prices of labor, to
sot men .at work with ordinary,
old-fashioned implements. Laborers
should bo required to return tholr tools
to tho convenient places provided for
them; after using they should bo put
away clean and bright. Tho mould
boards of plows aro apt to get rusty
from ono season to another ;evcn if Bhcl
tered; they should bo brushed over
with a few drops of oil when put away
and will then remain In good order till
wanted. Farm Journal.
A Discovery About Corn.
In this thinking and observant age,
now ideas and discoveries aro being con
stantly mado known, many of which,
It is true, aro nover nfterwards heard of,
while others pass into tho treasure of
established facts, when their merit has
been proven. Wo havo Just met with
the following paragraph in an oxchange:
"An intelligent nnd rellablo neighbor
of ours who has for many years been
making experiments with corn, has dis
covered an importance and valuo in re
planted corn which is quito novel, and
worthy of publication. Wohavealways
thought that replanted corn was of very
little consequence, but this gentleman
says, 'it is of so much conscqucnco that
ho replants whether it is needed or not
or rather, he plants two or threo
weeks after tho corn is planted, a. hill
about every fifteenth row each way.1
Ho says: 'If tho weather becomes dry
during tho filling timo, tho silk nnd
tassel both becomes dry and dead. In
this condition, If it should becomo sea
sonable, the silk revives and renews its
growth, but tho tassel does not recover.
Then, for want of pollen, tho now silk
Is unablo to fill tho ofllco for which it
was designed. Tho pollen from tho ro
planted corn Is then ready to supply tho
silk, and tho filling is completed.' Ho
says nearly ail tho nbortlvo cars so com
mon in all corn crops Is caused by tho
want of pollen, and that ho has known
cars to doublo their size on socond fill
Maqio SoAr. Ten pounds common
bar soap, (10 cents per pound); threo
pounds soda ash or eal soda; ono-hnlf
pound borax; threo ounces liquid nmo
nia; four gallons water; cut up tho soap
ana put it In n boiler with tho water,
nnu neat it till dissolved, then put In
tlio soda ash, borax.nnu. ammonia, and
In n few minutes it is ready to turn out
intojars. It will bo almost hard soap
WJicn com, ana a plecoof it dried will
do to uso ns hard soap. About a pint of
it wo put into a boiler with four gallons
water, ana beat nearly to boiling, and
wash tho clothes Jn It.
A Missouri nowspaper claims that
tho Jtogs of that Slato nro so fat that in
order to find out whero their heads nro
It is uecceesary to mako (hem squeal,
nnd then Judge by the sound.
THE YOUNG FOLKS.
Snuriotv mill Ills four
Sparrow had four Young Ones in n
swallow's nest, hut, Just as they wero
Hedged, somo naughty boys discovered
tho nest and pmhod tho birds out ; but
happily n slight breezo was blowing nt
tho time, and boro them up, But tho
Old Sparrow' was sorry becmiso her
children wero gono out into tho world
before sho had warned them of its dan
gers or taught them good manners.
Now, in tho spring-tlinon great many
sparrows chanced to meet together in n
field of corn, and among them tho Old
Sparrow happily mot with his Young
Ones, and took them homo with him in
groat Joy. "Ah I my dear chlfdren,"
ho said to them, "what a trqublo I liavo
been in about you nil tho summer ,wtil!o
you faced tho world without nay tulvlco;
now hear my words, and attend to your
father, nnd take caro of yourselves, for
little birds mu3t needs meet great dan
gers." Thereupon ho nsked his eldest Young
Ono whero ho had been during thesum-
mcr, and how ho had kept himself. "I
havo been in a garden," ho replied,
"eatlng.caterplllars and worms, till tho
cherries wero ripe." "Ah J my dear
son," replied tho Old Bird, "bill-grub
bing is not so bad, but there Is great
danger in it; therefore keep n good
look-out, especially if peoplo como Into
tho garden carrying iong green poles,
which aro nevertheless hollow and havo
a small hole at tho top I"
"Yes, my dear father," replied tho
young Sparrow ; "but what if n green
leaf Is stuck with wax over that littlo
hole?" "Whero havo you so scon it ?"
inquired tho father. "In a merchant's
garden," was tho reply. "Oh 1 my son,"
cried tho Old Bird, "merchants aro
crafty people; truly you havo been
among the world's children, nnd havo
seen their cunning ways ; take caro now
that you mako a good uso of what you
havo learnt, and do not Jjo too confi
ding." Then ho asked tho second Young Ono
whero ho had been. "At couit," ho re
plied. "Sparrows and thoso sort of
birds do not belong to such places ns
that," said tho father, "at court thcro
Is much gold, velvet, silk, armour,
harness, and such birds as hawks, fal
cons, and owls. Do you keep to tho
stables whero they storo tho oats, or
thrash out tho corn, and then you can
satisfy your wants with a daily supply
of food." "Yes, father," said tho son ;
"but If tho boys wcavo their straw into
knots and meshes, many a ono may get
hanged by them."
"Where havo you scon that?" asked
tho 'Old Bird.
"At court, among tho stablo boys."
"All! my son, stable-boys aro bad
boys I If you havo been nt court with
the fine lords, and yet havo left behind
you no feathers, you havo learnt care
fully, and Know how to behavo your
self in tho world: still keep a sharp
watch, for tho wolves often eat tho clov
"And whero havo you sought your
living?" asked tho Old Bird of his
third Young Ono. "On tho highways
and byways I have turned over tubs
and ropes, and so now nnd then I havo
happened upon corn and barley-seed."
"That is, indeed, a flno subsistence,"
said tho father ; "but mind you observe
tho hedges, and sco that no ono bends
down to pick up a stono ; for if so, it is
timo for you to btart."
"That is truo," said tho young Bird ;
"but what if ono should carry littlo
pebbles in his bosom or pocket beforo
stono walls ?"
"Whero havo you seen that?"
"With tho miners, dear father," ho
replied; "for when they travel about
they carry with them secretly stones to
throw at people."
"Oh, miners, working peoplo, curious
peoplo they I If you havo been among
them you havo seen and experienced a
At last tho father camo to tho young'
est son, and said, "Ah I my dear Cack
lenestlo, you were always tho weakest
and most foolish ; do you stop with mo,
tho world has so many wicked nnd
rough birds with sharp beaks and long
claws, who attack and dovour nil tho
littlo birds : keep you witli me, and let
tho worms and spiders on tho trees nnd
ground near us contpnt you."
"Ah I ray dear father, ho who finds
his own living without injury toothers,
ho fares well, and no hawk, owl, eagle,
or falcon, shall harm him; for at all
times, and every morning and evening,
ho desires of God his dally food, of God
who 13 botli tho Creator nnd Protector
of all tho forest and villago birds, and
who also feeds tho young ravens, nnd
hears their cries, for without his will no
sparrow nor starling falls' to tho
"Whero did you learn all this?"
ci led the Old Bird, astonished.
"When tho breezo took mo away,"
replied tho Bird, "I camo to a church,
whero I spent the summerin eating tho
flics nnd spiders off tho windows, and
there I heard tlio sermon preached, for
the Father of all Sparrows nourished
mo through tho summer, and kept mo
from all misfortuno nnd florco birds I"
"Truo, ray dear son," Eald tho Old
Bird ; "fly back to tho church and keep
tho ilies and tlio spiders from tho win
dows. Also forgot not to chirp to God
Hko tho ravens, and pray to tho Creator
dally, and so you will keep woll, wero
tho wholo world full of wild knavish
birds : for ho who commends his affairs
to God, cnduro3 all, prays, and is gcntlo
nnd kind, keeps ills faith strictly, and
I1I3 conscienco clear, lilra God will over
protect and defend.".
Tlio Old itcggnr-IVoiunii.
Onco upon n timo thcro was an old
Woman, who begged as you may havo
seen other old women do ; and when
nnyboay gave her anything sho would
say, "Ood bless you!" Now this old
Beggar. Woman went to a door, and bo-
foro tho firo stood a good-natured lad
warming himself; and, ns soon as ho
saw tho poor Woman shlvoringoutsldo,
ho enld to her, "Como and warm your
Eelf." Sho went Jn ; but going too near
tho fire, her old rags began to burn bo
foro alio was nwaro of It. Tho youth
stood nnd looked at her; but should ho
not havo extinguished tho fire? Cer
tainly; nnd If he had no water at band,
lioBhould havo caused water to flow
out of his oyes; nnd bo two charming
Httlo streams would havo been given I
Why Is a chalrrnaker llko a school-
nuutor y BtcauMi iq cttnoa bottoms.
The Kidneys nro two lu number, situated nt
the upper part of tho loin, surrounded liy fat,
nnd consisting of threo parts, vis,; tho Anterior,
tlio Interior, mul tho Exterior,
Tho anterior absorbs, Interior consists of tis
sues or veins, which servo nsn deposit for tho
urine nnd convey It to tho exterior. The exter
ior is n conductor also, terminating in n single
tube, nnd called the Ureter, Tho ureters nro
connected with the bladder.
Tho bladder Is composod of various covorlngs
nr tissues, divided Into parts, viz.: tho Upper
tho Lower, tho Nervous, nnd tho Mucous. Tho
upper expels, tho lower rotalns. Many liavo n
desire to urinate without tho ability; others
urlnato without tho ability to retnln. This fre
quently occurs In children.
To euro thoso affections, wo must bring Into
action the muscles, which aro engaged lu their
various functions. If they nro neglected, a ravel
or Drorsy may ensue.
Tho render must also bo made aware, that
however slight maybe tho attack, It Is sure to
affect tho bodily health and mental powors , ns
our flesh nnd blood nro supported from these
Gotrr, on Ritbiimatism. rain occurring In tho
loins Is lndlcatlvoof thoabovo diseases. They
occur In persons disposed to ncld stomach and
The Okavki. Tho gravel ensues from ncg'
lect or Improper treatment of tho kidneys
These organs being weak, tho water Is not ex
pelled from tho bladder, but allowed to remain ;
It becomes feverish, and sediment forms. It
from this deposit that tho stono is formed, nnd
DnorsY Is a collection of water In somo parts
of tho body, nnd boars different names, nccortl
Ing to tho parts affected, viz,: when generally
diffused over the body, It Is called Anasarca
when of tho abdomen, Ascites; when of tho
Tkeatment. Hclmbold's highly concentrated
compound Extract Buchu Is decidedly ono of
the best remedies for diseases of the bladder,
kidneys, gravel, dropsical swellings, rheuma
tism, and gouty affections. Under this head wo
havo nrrnnged Dysurla, or difficulty and pain lu
passing water, Scanty Secretion, or sranll nnd
frequent discharges of water; Strangury, or
stopping of water ; Hematuria, or bloody urine ;
rioilt and Rheumatism or the kidneys, without
any change In quantity, but Increase In color.or
dark water. It was always highly recommend
ed by tho late Br. Tbyslck, In the.se affections.
This medicine Increases the power of diges
tion, nnd excites the absorbents Into healthy
exercise by which the watery or calcareous dep
ositions, and all unnatural enlargements, as
well as pain and Inflammation aro reduced, nnd
It Is taken by men, women, and children. Di
rections for uso and diet nccompany.
Philadelphia, Ia., Feb. 25, 1887,
II. T. IIelmbold, Druggist:
Dear Sir I have been a sufferer, for upward
of twenty years, with gravel, blnddor, and kid
ney affections, during which timo I havo used
various modlclnal preparations, and been under
the treatment of the most eminent rbyslclans,
experiencing but littlo relief.
Having seen your preparations extensively
advertised, I consulted with my lamlly physi
cian in regard to using your Extract Huchu.
I did this because I bad used all kinds of ad
vertised remedies, and had found them worth
less, and, somo qulto Injurious; lu fact, Idespalr
ed of ever getting well, and determined to use
no remedies hercarter unless I knew of tho In
gredients. It was this that prompted me to use
your remedy. As you advertised that It was
composed of buchu, cubebs, nnd Juniper berries,
It occurred to me and my pliyslclan as an excel
lent co mblnatlon, nnd, with his advice, nfter an
examination of the nrl lcle, and consulting again
with the druggist, I concluded to try It. I com
menced Its use about eight months ago, at which
timo I was confined to my room. From tho first
bottlo I was astonished and gratified at the ben
cflclal effect, and after using It threo weeks, was
able to wal k out. I felt much llko writing you
a full statement ot my case nt that time, but
thought my Improvement might only betem-
porary, and thereloro concluded to defer and seo
If It would effect n perfect euro, knowing then It
would be of greater value to you .and more sat
isfactory to me.
I am now able to report that n cure Is offectcd
after using the remedy for Ave months.
I have not used any now for three months,
and leel ns well In nil respects as I ever did.
Your Buchu being devoid of nny unpleasant
taste nnd odor, a nice tonic and lnvlgorator ol
the system, I do not mean to be without It when
ever occasion may require Its uso In such affec
tions. m. Mccormick.
Should nny doubt Mr. Mccormick's statement,
he refers to the following gentlemen!
non. Wit. Bioler, ev-Govcrnor, Tennsyl.
Hon. Tuos, B. Florence, Philadelphia,
non. J. C. Knox, Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon. J. S. Black, Judge, Philadelphia,
lion. D. R. Porter, ex-Governor, rennsyl.
Hon. Ellis Lewis, Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon. R. C. Orier, Judge, United States Court
Hon, Q. V. Woodward, Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon. W. A. Porter, City Solicitor, Thlladel
Hon John Bioler, ex-Governor, California,
Hon, K. Banes Auditor General, Washing
ton, D. C.
And many others. If ecessnry.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
Beware of counterfeits. Ask for Ileltubold's,
Take no other, Pkice-11.25 per bottle, or a bot
tles for fO.W. Delivered to any address. De
scribe symptoms In all communications.
Address H. T. II ELM HOLD, Drug and Chemi
cal Warehouse, 691 Broadway, N. Y.
NONE ARE GENUINE"
UNLESS DONE UP IN
STEEL - ENGRAVED WltAPPER,
with fo-lmlle of my Chemical Warehouse, and
signed . .
II, T, HELMLOLD.
T ACKAWANNA AND BLOOMS-
1 J 1I1TIKI ILAil.UOAl)
On nudviur July 6, 1870, Passenger Trains will
Going Norm. Going south.
Arrlvo Arrlvo Leavo Leave
p.m. n. m. p.m. a.m.
Bcrauton 8.1') HMO
Kingston ...... 7.1.1
uerwicK n imu
fVifr tmi mndo fitRcrntitnii liv tho 10.10 n.m.
trftl'i for Great llcnd, KlnRhnmtoii, Albuuynnd
all poluU Nor tli, Knst ana West,
Um 1. JUUU"tlJ( Dlip u
1.70. BUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 1870,
Pnssenirer Trains on this road will run as fol
Dep. 8.15 n.m
Arr, 8.50 p. m.
" 4.40 "
" 4.00 "
" Jl.ll) "
" 3.32 "
" 2.23 "
" 1.50 "
" 1.40 "
" 1.30 "
' 1.10 "
" 10.40 n.m
" 11.30 '
" 3.15 " Pottsvlllo.
Arr. 6.4, " Fhllndelnliln.
" 1.25 "dlno Mttitch Cnuuk. dlno
55 " Bethlehem,
6 03 " Phlla. via Hcthlchcni, " 0.63 a.m.
" i;astou, ii.jj "
Now York, ft. Liberty St.,
' 0.03 ' via L. &H.U.U. " 0.00 "
' 0,lO " " L. Valley It. R. " 0.60 '
' 6.5S a.m. Boston, " 0.00 p.m
Passengers taklrg tho 8.H train from Wllllam
sport, will havo two hours In New York, lor sup-
ricr, nnd nrrlvo in Boston nt 6.30 n.m.. eleven
lour- lu ndvnuco of nil othcrroutes.
New day coaches accompany nil trains be
tween Wllllamsport, l'ew York nnd Philadel
phia. Trains run through by daylight.
GEO. WEtlll, Supt.
IOnTHKRN CENTRAL HAIL-
On and after June 12th 1ST0, Trains will
leave SD.Miunr ns follows :
3.33 A.M., Dally to Wllllainspnrt, for Elmlrn
Cnnandalgun, Rochester, DuUalo, Suspension
Bridge, and N. Falls.
3.10 r. 5i.,Dally,(except Sundays) for I.lmlra nno
Ualn via Krlo luiuway irnm i.inunu
0.15 r. m,
Dally, (except Suudays) for Williams-
11.15 A.M.Dally (oxceptMonday's) forllaltlinoK
WILMINGTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
11.23 IViL Dally (exceptSunday's)forBaltlmort
WiWIilngtou nud Pulladelphln.
ED. H. YOUNG.
General Passenger Agent.
Alfred R. Fiske, Geu'l Supt..
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA, &
WESTERN RAILROAD. Summer arraugo-
meni, Apru ii,i&,u. rrains leave ns luuows;
Via M. &. E. Dlvls.
Arl New York. fLv
(bo( lltmlau St.)
Mall STATIONS. JInn press
A M. l'.M.
12.40 8 li
2.4S 10.38 r.M.
3.20 0.00 8.30
3.40 0.15 0.10
3.16 0.21 0.2
4.01 0.33 0.50
4.20 0.51 10.30
4."l) 10.12 11.00
4.67 10.30 12.00
5.15 10.17 12.35
5.30 11.02 l.OO
r.M. A.M. A.M.
via Cen. Rlt. of N.J.
ttbot lAberlxi tin
Trains do not stop nt Stations whero tho Time
At New Hamnton with Central R. R. of N. J.
The Mall nud Express trnius eastward and west-
waru connect witn trains lorlew orir, Linza
beth, Plalnfleid. Homervllle and other stations.
1 wasiuucum wiin Atoms .x .bbox il it.
Mall nnd Express trntns make closo nud rcllnblo
connections with trains for New Y'ork. Newark,
Morrlstown. Dover. Waterloo, llaclrettslowii Ac.
At Manunkn Chunk with Belvldero Delaware
R. R. Closo connections aro made by Mall and
Express trains, with trains lor Philadelphia,
Trenton, Phllllpsburg, Belvidere. Ac. By Train
No. 2, passengers reach Philadelphia via Cum
den, by No. 1, via Kensington. Passengers on
No. 4, urrlvo In Philadelphia lu timo to take the
11.30 n. m. tlaln lor Baltimore and Washington.
At Scruntou with Lackawanna .tBloomsburg
& Delaware &. Hudson Rail Roads. Trains on
these roads connect with our trnlns for Pituton,
Wllkcs-Barro, Berwick, Bloomshurg, Danville,
Olyphant. Archbald and Carbondalc.
AtBlnguamtou witn Erie Railway. Mall No.
1 connects witu express .Man nn i-.rio itauuny,
leaving at 8.42 p.m. with a sleeping coach at
tached, arrlvlnc at Bullalo nt 0.2U next mornlnz.
Express No. 3 connects with a way train for
Owego, ltluicn. nnd Elmlrn.
Albany .1 Susquehanna RallRoad. Fourtralns
a day luneach way between Blughamtou nnd
Albany. Ono leaves Blughumtou ul 2.30 p.m.,
and arrives nt Alunuy nt 0.00 p. m.
byracuse, Blnghamtou A N. Y. It. R. Trains
for Syracuse leuo at 7 u.m. und 0.25 p. in. Trains
Irom Syracuse an I ye at 11.40 a. hi. ami 8.30 p. m,
. J. lir.iSlll. V.f . HALLailiAIl.
Geu'l Pass, and Tkt. Agent. Supt.
Monday, May icth.1670.
Great Trunk Lino from the North nnd North
West for Philadelphia. New York. Reaatng. Pott
vllle, Tamaqua, Ashland, Mhamoklu Lebanon
Aiieutown, uastou, JJpmata, iauz, Lancaster
Trains leavo Uarrlsburg for New York, as lol-
lows: At 6, 8.10 und 11,25 a. m., and
p. m., connecting witn similar trains on
Pennu. Railroad, nud arriving at New York at
i2.iv uoou, o,m. u.ijj ami lo.uu p. m. respectively
mccpiuH cum nccuiupnuy luu o.aj uiio. 11.-JII
trains without chiiuuo.
Returning: Leave New York at 0,00 a.m. and
iuu noon ana e.uu p. in. i-iuinuclphln ul t.i:
a. m, and &o0 p. in. Sleeping cats accompany
the 0.00 a.m., und 5,00 p.m., trains Iroin N. V
Lcue Harrh-burg for Reading. Pottsvllie. Ta.
maqua, MiuersWHe, Ashland, bhnmoklu Pin
Grove, Aiieutown & Plilla'd, lit 8,10 a.m., & 2,50
4.10 p.m., stopping at Lebanon and principal way
suulous: tlio l.loiim. train connecting lor Phll'u
Pottsvltle und Columbia only. For Potlsvilie
Dciiuyiuui jiuvcu nuu Aiiuuru, via Kcuuyiiuu
ttuu ausqueuuuuu iuuroau, leave jiarruuurg in
East Pennsylvania Railroad trains lenvn Itrnil
lug for Aiieutown, Eastern and New Yolk at 7.23
lu.30 a. m., 1.27 and 4.15 p. iu. Returning, leave
New York at U.OUii. m, ,12.00 noon und 5.0J p. m.
nuu Aiieiuown uw.2uu. in. 12.25 uoou, 4.V0 aiu'
8.15 n. m.
Wuy Possencer Train leaves Phtludelnhla nt
7I3uu.m., connecting with similar train on East
i-u. ruurouu returning irom iteauiugato,3jp.m
stopping at all stations.
Leavo Pottsvlllo at 6.1(and 0.00 n.m. .and 2.5J) n.m
llerudou at 0.30 a. m,,bhamoklu at 5,10 und iu.40
u. iu., wisiiiauu ui j,vm u.111. aim iz.au uoou Alan
nnoy City at 7.51 a. m. nud 7.17 p. m. lumuqua at
u a. in., unu -;.v p. m.tor I'Uiiuueipnu nno
Leave Pottsvlllo via Schuylkill nnd Susque
hanna Railroad at 8.15 a.m. lor Uarrlsburg, uuJ
i.-.Lu uoou, ior i-iueurove unu irtinont,
Heading Accommodation Train leaves Potts-
vino uio.4u a. ui., passes ueauiug at 7,30 a. m., u:
riving at rnuaueipiua at iu.u a. in. Returning
leaves Philadelphia ut 5,15 p. m isissiug Read.
ing at o.ou p.m., arriving ut Pottsvlllo nt 0.10 p.in.
a awuiuiuuuuiiuu jruiuiieuvus 1 oils-
town at 0,23 a.m.,, returning, leaves Phlladelphtp
at 4,00 p.m. r
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at
";lu., unu o'iq p.m. ior .upuraia, ttitiz, ituca
Perklomeu lull Road Trains leave Perklomen
Junctional 0,00a. m., 3.00 4 6.30 p. in. returning:
leave Sehweuksvllle at 8.05 a.m., 12.45 uoou, und
4.15 p.m., connecting with similar trains on
Colebrookdale Railroad trains leave Pottstonu
iu tug a. m anu u.ai p. in.,returuiug leavo Mount
Pleasautat 7.00 und 11.23 a. in., couuictlutf with
B.iui.a. iiittus uu iieuuiug ituuroaa.
Chester Vullev Railroad Trains leave nrlduc.
port nt 8,30 a. ta. oud 2.05 uud 6.02 p. in. leturulng.
leavo Dowuluston at 0.20 n, in., 12.43 noon and
5, I;' connecting with similar truiLs or
On Sundays, leave New York at 6.00 n.m.. Phil.
puiaat 8,00 a.m. ami 3,15p.m., (tho s.uo a.m. train
llarilsburg at 8.33 a. m. and 4.10 p. m. nud
Reading at 7.13 a.m, and HU13 p. iu, for Harris
burg, at 7.23a. iu. for New Yurk.at 4.45p. m. loi
...... rl ttuu a1- v' u m. uuu 4.2JP. ui. 10,
Commutation, Mlleoge, Season, School juo
txcurslon Tickets to and from ull points, at
dueed rates. '
Baggage checked through; 100 pounds nlluwcs
a. a. Nirnox
, Pa., April 21) ItfTO.
JJROWN'S EAST FREIGHT
FROM PHILADELPHIA TO ULOOMSBUltU,
nnd Intermediate points. Goods forwaidcd with
care uud despatch uud ul low rutes.
Goods, ut Philadelphia, must bo delivered nt
Illtner & Co's. Ml Murkel Htuet, For full pat
Uctiuus, upply to
. "lji u j mi. proprietor,
Aug. SO.'CP-lf. R. It. Dti-ot, Blooiusburg.Pa
A LL KINDS OF JOB PRINTINO
Ux. neatly executed at Tux Coluhbian utuuo
"TOW TO CUBE CONSUMPTION.
Tlir, PHILOSOPHY OF DR. BCHENCK'S
GREAT MEDICINES. Wilt reonlo never learn
to know that n diseased liver nnd stomach nec
essarily disease the entire systcm7 Tho plainest
Principles of common senso tench this, and yet
theronro hundreds who rldtculo tho Idea, nnd
continue In tho course which almost Inevitably
brings them prematurely to the grave. Living
ns tho majority of people do, nt complete vari
ance, with tho laws of nature, It must bo appar
ent loall that, sooner or later, naturo will re
venge herself, llcnco wo find that persons who
Indulge to excess lu tho uso of very rich or indi
gestible food or Intoxicating drinks. Invariably
pay n heavy penalty lu tho end. Tho stomach
becomes disordered nnd refuses to net; tho liver
-. t.Ar..... tt- In... .1 i..nn...ln n..ll-
attendant evils follow, and still tho suffering In
dividuals persist In clinging to tho thoroughly cx-
itioucei ideas 01 mo past, ur. ne m..t. iv n men
Iclnes nro rccommeiuled to nil such. The.v b-lmr
sure nnd eertnlu relief wherever they moused
nsdlreitcd, nnd nil that Is necessnry to establish
u eir rcmuniirm wn i ovcrv niiinu mail or wo
man in tho land Is n rnir nnd Impartial trial
them. liCtthosowhonroskeptlcafon this lKilnt,
mul who havo permitted Interested persons to
prejudice them against theo now celebrated
icmtuics lor v.onsumpuoii, ui-ciim iui-m iitgu
dices, and lw governed by tho principles or rea
son nuil romtiimi Mtiw. If the system is disor
dered depend upon It. In nlno cases out often
iiiu im-ui. ui me niMorucr win mum. ... m
stomach nnd liver. Toclennso nnd Invigorate
luostomaciiauu tostnuuiate lucuvcr louenuuy
action, uso ,
Mil ISA UK'S MANDIIAKK I'll.ui. i no uaiiy
increasing ucmanu for incso puis is ino uesi ev
dence of their value. Thousands upon thousands
of boxes are sold dally. Why? Simply becauso
they act promptly and efficiently. Invnllds who
may not And It convenient to call on Doctor
SWIENCIC lu person aio Informed that full nnd
complcto directions lor uso nccompany each
package of tho
AND SEAWEED TONld-Thcso medicines will
euro convumption unless Uio lungs are so far
gono that tho patient Is entirely beyond tho
reach of medical relief.
It may be nsked by thoso who are not familiar
with tho virtues nf these creat remedies. "How
do Dr. SCIIENCK'H medicines cllect their won
derful cures of consumption?"
Tho answer is a slmplo one. They begin their
work of restoration by bringing tlio stomach
ller nnd bowels Into nn nctlve healthy condi
tion. It Is fnniltlifit cures this form idalilo tils-
ease. SCHENCK'S MANDItAKE PILLS net on
the liver and stomach, promoting secretion, nnd
removing tho hlleund sllmo which havo result
ed from tlio Itincllvu or torpid condition of thoso
organs, and or tho system geneially,
r-Uh htntn nf llin ImilV. nlld the COll
ino consequent nc-
cumulation of tho unhealthy substances named
prevent tho proper ingestion or food, nnd. ns 11
natural consequence, cieaies uisea.1,, wmi;u iv
suits 111 nrnitrutinn mill flliallv ill death.
HUllENCli'H PULMONIC HVHUP nnd SEA
WEED TONIC, when taken regularly, mluglo
with tho food.nkl tlio dlgcstio organs, mako
irnnil rich hlnn.L ntul ns 11 natural CullSCntlCUCC.
give llcsli and sliength to tho palleut. Let tho
lacullr snv what It may. this Is tho only truo
cure lor consumption. Experience has proved 11
neynuil tho shadow or a uoiiut, aim uiousnuus
nro to-day nllvo nnd well w lion fewyenis slnco
wero regarded ns hopeless eases, but who wero
Induced to try Dr. hCHENCK'H remedies, nnd
wero restored to permanent health by their uso
One of tlio ilrst steps tlio physician should tako
with n consumptive patient Is to invigorate tho
system. Now how Is this to bo done? Certainly
not by giving medlclniH that exhaust and ener
vate medicines that impair Instead of Improve
tho functions of the digestive organs. Doctor
MCIIENC'K'S medicines cleanse tho stomach and
bowels of nil substances which aro calculated to
Irritate or weaken them. They create an appe
titepromote healthrul digestion make good
blood, and, as n consequeuco, they invlgorato
nnd strengthen theentlio system, mul moroes
peclnlly thoso parts which nro diseased. If this
ennnot bo done then tho caso must be regarded
ns a hopeless one. ...
ir tho physician finds It Impossible to mako a
patient feel JtUNanv, If tho diseased person
cannot partake of good nourishing lood nnd
properlv digest It, it Is impossible that ho cau
tmln in ilOi .ml sirctiL-tli nnd It Is eouallv im
possible to bring n patient to this condition so
long ns me liver is ininicueu wnn tusen'-eu uue,
ninlthn Rlnmnch litilplt with ullhenltllV Slllne.
Almost tho llrst request mado to tho physician
by n consumptive patient Is that ho wlllpie
scrlbo medicines that will remove or allay the
cough, night sweats nnd chills, which nro tho
suro nttendants on consumption. But this
Khniitii tint tin ainne. ns tliccotmh isonlvnn ellort
of nnturo to relievo Itself, and tho night sweats
nnd chills aro causcu uy mo uiseaseu mugs, ino
remedies ordinarily prescribed do moro harm
than good. They Impair tho functions of the
siomaeu, impeuo neauiiy uiesiiuu, uuu
vain rather llinn euro the disease.
There Is, after nil, nothing llko facts with
which tn sulislnntlntn a nosltlou. nud It lsunon
tacts that Dr. SUIIENCIC relies. Nearly nil who
hnvo taken his medlclno In accordance with his
directions have not only been cuied or consump
tion, but. from tho fact that theso medicine net
with wonderful power npon the digestive organs
patients thus cured speedily gain llosh. Cleans
ing tho system of nil Impurities, they lay the
foundation for n solid, substantial structure.
Restoring theso organs to health, they crcato nn
uppetito. The food Is properly assimilated; the
quantity of blood Is not only Increased, but is
mndo rich nnd strong nnd in tho fncoot snchn
condition ot tho system ull dlseaso must bo bau-
Full directions ncpomnnnv each of tho medf
clnes, so that it is not absolutely necessary that
patients should sou nr. riUiilNLK persouauy,
unless they destro to hao their lungs exauilnul.
r or ill is 1 impugn jiu is lib 111a luiiini'ui vim 1-, u.
15 N'nrth sixth St.. r nrner 01 Commerce. Phila
delphia, every Saturday, from OA. M. until 1
Advice Is given without charge, but for n
thorough examination with the llesplrometer
I hn chiirirn lu S.V
Prico of tho Pulmonic Syrup nnd Senweed
Toulo ench, $1.60 per bottle, or S7.50 n half dozen.
Mandrako Pills 23 cents n box. For sale by nil
This Is Iho most thorough blood puritlor yet
discovered, nnd cures all humors from tho worst
.Scrofula to n common iiptlon, lHmnlcs nnd
Jllolchcson theace. nnd sraljt or rough skin, which
aro such annoying blemishes to mnuy young
persons, yield to the uso of a few bottles of this
wonderful medicine. From ono to elcht bottles
euro hall Rheum. Erysipelas, frahl Jleatl, Jlliu
Worms, Jlotts. Aco.i Eruptions of the Skill, Seroula
Sores, Ulcer und" Clinker" in the Moulhanil Stoni'
ach. It Is a puro medicinal extract of native
rwuis unu plants, combining innariptii,niuio H
most sovereign curntlvo nroncrltes. which God
has instilled Into the vegetable kingdom for
healing tho sick. It is a great restorer for the
strength nnd vigor of the system. Thoso who
nro lnuguld, sleepless, hnvo nerioiw opprthcnsloni
or fears, or nny of the ntlectlons sym pt omnt lo of
tceakness, will And convincing evldelico of Its
restorative power upon trial. If you feel ilull,
tlroicsif, debilitated and despondent, havo frequent
Headache, mouth tastes Ladly in tho morning, Ir
rcffular appetdc nud tonrpie coated, you nre Ruiler
Ing from Jhrpid IAvtror "Jlttioumcs." In mnuy
cases ot ".it er Gmiilalnf only n part of theso
symptoms nro experienced. As a remedv lor nil
such cases, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery has no equal ns it effects perfect cures, leav
ing tho liver itrenathcued nnd health). For Iho
euro of Habitual Constipation or tho Bowels it
is a never lailiug remedy, nnd those who havo
used It for this purpose ore loud In its praise.
In Jlronchlul, Throat and Limit Diseases, It has
produced many truly remarkable cures, whero
other medlclues had failed. Suld by druggists
nt 81,00 per bottle. Prcpnred nt tho Chemical
Lahnrntory of It. V. PIEItUE, M. !..
J122'70-tf Buffalo, N. Y.
ANGEVILLE STILL AHEAD
Tho undCTidinied resnectfnllv nnnonncn to
the Forming community that the.v ore ngaln lu
um neiu wnn tucir mucuiiies ior 1110 narvesi o
THE NEW PENNSYLVANIA
THRESHER AND CLEANER,
Tatented by Adrian Cornell, with Major's patent
muuuiu uciuit; rcriiiui,ir cuiuuiiieu, i, wnai every
Farmer need. It can't bo bent. It has been falrlv
tested nnd has far exceeded the expectations of
.... nun tiu.u ,au II, MlieiUllUUf, 11 IlllS UCCU
got un expressly to meet tho wnnts of tho Farm-
or. tvo manuiaciuro mem, overshot for tread
power and undershot for leer power, This
machine can bo mado to do any desired amount
of work. Is simple iu construction, eusy to
...... hum ... ....u.u ... kvi, uui. ut icpair.
They also continue to manufacture tho Cele
brated WHEELER'd RAILWAY CHAIN,
HORSE POWER ,0 THRESHER,
from the original patterns, with an improve
ment In tlio power, whereby n gain of 23 per cent,
iscllected.nnd gives tho desired power nt from
" , v "y: , -itunun uiuu mo oiu stile,
They also attach
MAJOR'S PATENT DOUBLE ACTING SHEET
IRON BOTTOM SEPARATORS
to their machines, mauufactured ouly by them
and secured to Ihem by letters patent from Win.
JI. Major. They also manulacturo tho best nud
lightest ruunlug Lever Powers, lu tho country
nlso Doublo uud Single-Geared Jacks. Having
on hand n good supply of well seasoned lumber
of tho best quality, and experienced workmen
engaged in their manulacture, they guarantee
SUPERIOR TO ANY MANUFACTURED
elscwliero. All haying repairing todo should
remember that wo have all the original patterns.
Repairing douo at short nollco and on reasona
bio terms. Machines sold nt nstonlshlugly
low prices and credit given when desired.
1 or further particulars call ou or address
SCHUYLEIl it LOW,
AGRICULTURAL WORKS, ORANGE VILLE,
COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
whero they manufacture tho best nnd cheapest
Iron and Wooden Beam Plows In the stoto, iilo
wagon Jacks, iron kettles and nil kinds uf work
USUUllV dOllO ill l'nundrlnfl nml M...I.I.... U......
All milk warranted und nllkluds of country
nrndllcn tnlcf.,1 In v( tin...... -
PHILOSOPHY OP MARRIAGE.
. , A NEW CounsE ok Lectukls, as delivered at
tho Peiiua.l'olyteehnlouiid Anu tomlcal Museum
i.. ., t-hestuut (,t., three doors above Twellth.
Philadelphia, embiaclng the subjects: How to
Llvo and What to Live lor; Youth, Maturity
nnd Old Ago; Mnnhood Ueuernlly Reviewed
Iho cause of Indigestion; Flatulence and nervi
mis Diseases aceountcd fur; Manlage Phllo
sophlcBlly considered. These lectures will be
forwarded iiu receipt of M cents by addressing.
Secretary of lhn lVniisvlvnnh. t', - .V.,.
t?f ,Al?A,Tfu!!A'' ff'"!;", I Lhes nut St.,
Philadelphia, Peuusylvuulii. '
TTTHrTJf.'sia ru nno
X) VISITING CARDS.
Neatly nnd Ciicaiily Printed
From the Latest Blylos of Type at the
Dry Goods & Notions.
jyrEW STOCK OP CLOTHING.
Fresh arrival of
Invites atlcutlon to his stock of
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING,
tt'. his storo on
Main Street, two doors nbovo tho American House
whero ho hs.s Just received from New York and
Philadelphia a full assortment or
MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including tho most fashionable, durable, nnd
BOX, SACK, ROCO, GUM, AND OIL-GLOTH
COATS AND PANTS,
of nit sorts, sizes and colors, lto has also replen
ished his already largo stock of
FALL AND WINTER SHAWLS,
STRIPED, FIGURED, AND PLAIN VESTS
SHIRTS, CRAVATS, STOCKS, COLLARS'
SUSPENDERS, AND FANCY ARTICLES
Ho nns constantly on hand a large and well-sC'
ectcd assortment of
CLOTHS AND VESTINGS,
which ho Is prepared to mako to order Into nny
kind of clothing, on very short notice, nnd In tho
best manner. All his clothing Is mado to wear,
nnd most of It Is of homo manufacture,
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
olorery description, flue nnd cheap. His casoot
Jewelry Is not surpasscdjln thlslplace. Call nud
examine hisgeneral nssortmen of
CLOTHING, WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.
C. M A 11 it
havojust received from tho eastern lnntkcls
largo and well selected stock of
Best bleached A
All wool Annuel,
A gowl stock of
Ladles dres goods.
Latest st j les A patterns,
Spines of all kinds,
Good stock groceries,
. Wood & willow ware,
Flour & Chop,
Also Kitchen Crystal Soap for cleaulug Tin,
Ifrass,&c, All goods sold cheap for cash or pro
duce. Ho would call tho attention of buyers to his
well and carefully selected assortment which
comprises everything usually kcjit in tho coun
try, leelluK confident that ho cau sell them
goods nt such prices ns will ensuro satisfaction.
Nov. 5,'09-tf C. C. MARR.
UY THE REST.
THE RED LION BRAND,
D'Zi ACH A Xi S? A C -1
Is superior lo nil othcrsju color, quality and
prico; to bo found only nt '
M. P. LUTZ'S
Dealer In Dry Goods nnd Notions, In Browcr's
new uuiiuiug ncxi to tlio Lourl House, Mnln
Street, Bloomshurg, Pa. (mayl3';u-tf.
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
Tne subscriber has lust returned from tho cities
with nnotber Inrgo nnd select assortment of
FALL AiiD WJNTER GOODS,
purchased In New York nnd Philadelphia at tho
owost figure, and which ho is determined to sell
on ns moderate terms as can be proem ed else
whore lu Bloorasburg. His stock comprise
LADIES' DRESS GOODJ
of tho choicest styles and latest fashions, together
with a largo Assortment of Dry Goods and Gro
ceries, consisting of the following articles
Boots nnd Shoes,
lints nnd Cnps
AND NOTIONS GEN RALLY.
In 6hort, everything usually kept In count
stores, to which tie Invites the attention of the
puuno generally, rue Highest price will bo paid
iur suuuiry prouueo iu exchange for goods.
S. II. MILLER & SON.
Arcade Buildings, Bloomshurg, Pa.
Q O N P E O T 1 O N E R Y .
to t?, SShf,'?1.?1'? w?nW rcsI'ctfully announce
, .UHV us, UM UJ'UUCU It
FIRST-CLASS CONFECTIONERY STORE,
in tne building lately occupied by Fox & Webb
..uu.u .a jucjiaicum luriusu all Kluas Of
PLAIN A FANCY CANDIES,
FOREIGN DOMESTIC FRUITS,
NUTS, RAISINS, AC, &C AC.
BY WHOLESALE on KETAIL.
In short, a full assortment or all goods I
his line of business. A great variety of
DOLLS, TOYS, Ac,
suluibloforthe Holidays, Particular attention
BREAD AND CAKES,
of all kinds, fresh every day.
A call Is solicited, and satisfaction
Nov. 22, 18j7.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
To my mends and the publlo generally, th nt al
are constantly on hand and lor sale
AT BARTON'S OLD STAND
JAMES IC, EVER
WAIto, Sole Agent foKius' PnosritATK or
imk. ijirge lot constantly ou hand, (febS'07,
NEW COAL YARD.
THE undersigned respectfully Inform the
e tlzens of Bloomsburir and Columbia county,
that they keen al tho uillerent numbers ul triors
coal und selected lump coal lor siniuilng I'urito.
ses, ijn their wharr, udjolulng M'lfelvy, NeaV
Co's Furnace; with a good poXr of Bnlfulo scales
on the wharf, to weigh coal, liny . nnd 1 strawl
Likewise a horso and wagon, to de-flver ro il S
those who desire t. As they purclmseii laria
amouutof eoal.they Intend t(iL?pasuterio?u'rt
i ,Cie:,S'!dkl'1".ll"iu y"r l'Wtt (.rices. pleiVie
call uud examino ior yourselves Iwfore iiurchas
Ing clsow here. 'j. W. Ili:NllEltsil()T.
rpiIE uiidurrilgned will tako In ox-
;i'7B;!,."uJ.,"J''u.1 'o li'ghtst cash prices. utUbi
Giocery Store, ndjolnlug Ihelr coal yard;
Bloomshurg Mar. JVCS-lK " W.
Dry Goods & Grocorioo.
RAND OPENING .
NT UK GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND C'AI'S,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HAT'S AND GAPS,
BOOTH AND SHOES,
BOOIB AND HHOl'-H
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
READY-MA DM CLOTHING,
READY-MA UE CLOTHIHO,
LOOK I NG-G LASHES,
LOO K 1 N O-O LAKH EH,
Northwest corner ot Main nnd Market Streets,
Northwest corner or Mnln nnd Mnrket Streets,
Northwest corner nf Mnln n,l Mnrlrpt Httw,tii
Northwest corner of Mnln nud Mnrkot Streets,
Northwest corner of Mnln and Mnrket Streets,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
Tomr tut .
In largo quantities and at reduced rates, alway
rpiIE SUI5SCRIRER HEREBY
JL gives notlco that ho sllll continues tho
WHEICLICR'S PATENT RAILWAY
CHAIN HORSE POWEHS,
and Is again in tlio field for tko Harvest of 1S70.
and is prepared to lurnMi l'nrmers with tho
most reuauio imiciiines oueieil lo mo imullc.
. I nisi, build DOUIH-I'OEAIIED JACKS, lo nt'
men lo ihe ind of n rotir-horso Lever l'ower.lo
nttneh my Threshers lo. 'ihteo horses will do
uio saino umounioi lhrtshingwith thtsnriauge
ment.thnt four will with nny other thresher.
,.J.!nn,kn Agent to sell WHEELER'S COM
BINED THRESHER nud WINNOWERS.
For further paillculais or for tho purposo o
oiderlng niachliies, address
Light Stit'et, Col. Co., n.
rpiIE HYPERION HAIR
RTIULE FOR THE
KsP V-'1 r (P"'i(ctl Ju0ii,1807.)
l'A '' iifri.'" This Curler is tho most
V-fci i.J ' : prrfect Invention ever of-
lcifil to tho inibllc. It is
L'fisuy opcrnu a.ucat in np'
iu n ranee, nnd will not In
fill o the linlr, ns tlieru la
iioltfat reruiicd, nor nny
nictalllchubstunco used to
rtiKt nr tirenlc luo hair.
jui Buiu uy
McMILTjAN A CO.
Ac No ft! Noith Front Street,
RoUl at Dry
Goods, Tilmmlngs nnd Notion
N. H.Slnitte ltnv C. centu- a TtnTfa nntinrlcil
sizes, W cts. .Mailed ne In nny pnrt of tho unlt-
J "p-a 5! receipi 01 ino money.
i'r'ihcJlnV u,Vl " M.. flnelnnall, O.
11 they want the mnsfrinpii ar nnd liet sellinit
5?TJjf h'r118 '.""'"-""b and tho moi t o.
f.'f.'i'f"'" ffi'd for circulars. Theywlllcostyou
nolhlug. and may bo or great bcutilt to you.
EXCEL--. ALL OTHER LEAD I
1st. For Us Fnrlvnled Whiteness,
id. For lis I'luipiallcd Durability,
.id, 1 or Us Unsurpassed Coveting Property.
Lastly for Us Economy.
S-It COSTS LESS to paint with Buck Leah
thuu iiuy other While Leud extnut. The tame
neiKiit covers jiuiir; Mitiir A(;i., is moro DUR
ABLE, uud makes WHITER WoitK.
BUCK LEAD, Is tho Cheapest and Bel
I) U 0 K ZINC
EXCELS ALL OTHER ZINCfl
For Its Uuequnlled Durability,
For its ITnrii-nlr.,1 l'lil, ,....,. '
JI. For its Unsurpassed Covering Properly,
Lastly, for its Qreat Economy,
being tho CIIEAP1T, HANDSOMEST, nnd
most DURABLE White Puiut in tho world,
11 V V OXI.Y
BUCK LEAD AND RUCK ZINC:
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
Satisfaction Guaranteed by the Manufacturers.
BUCK COTTAGE COLORS,
Prepared expressly for Painting
COTTAGES, OUT BUILDINGS of every descrln
(ton, FENCES, Ac. THIRTY-FIVE DIFFER
ENT COLORH, Duroble. Cheap, Uniform, and
Beautiful shades, '
Ramplo cards sent by Mall If desired.
Dealers Orders will be nromntlv executed l,v
FRENCH, RICHARDS A CO.,
N. Vf, Cor, Tenth and Market Streets,
' Y - - - -r . ,
Hordwaro & Outl0
OPENED A NEW Rttnmm In
directly from the Mant,faMnr"rrLY. "
cash, on a deolining mfrkJ F r5r". Porch..., ,
offer Iho Bamo to ' V'tputu?
FARMERS, MECHANICS lu,,,
nnd the rest or Mam,.-.. 1 1UJ "WLIipk,
prising nil Uio kinds nnd S,m lock iL
in n , cl?y Hnrd Ware St. rem1,'1 , owii
or the county, nt unusuali'v ,til.blf to tb? JH
yu iiiosownonrodesirlousnr.1 M.
In our lino can save Moie v SiWhssls...
xsew iiartiwaro store. " ' '"Ins in".."i
jacou IC. smith.
gMITH & SELTZERSUTa'
Imnortersnn,! itntnu. ..
II A R D W A i r.
GUNS, CUTLElty L
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liavo on hand nnd for salont the most
ulullb9l,DJ'llllMI1l BlOt'K Ol
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and every description ol Wagons both
pr. A TV A Vli t-.
warranted to bo made; of the best nnamci
nb 0 materia s. and hv 1 1 ... ,,,.,.lra-
workmen. .All work suit out front
llsnmelil will no loulid to lieottlio lilshili .?
nnd sure to give pel feet satisfaction. ihilH
L is 1 una
01 an 1 no newest and most IsHilwuM, tt,h
well nnd carefully made nud ortbo uS; fig
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Q. L O B E MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
uisii capital over s j.iwu.uw, all pall
J. B. BOBISON, ULOOJI&nURO.Pi
For Luzerne, Lycoming aud Colombia
TNSU RANGE A0ENCY,
.toriu siueriui nui
Putnam H Dt,
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Ijtncasler l:ltv Tlj
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Home, flew iiaveu l,tuv
Danville, Horso Then
FREAS 1SHOW.N, ifiil,
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IIARPLESS & IIAUMAX,
h;.tii.s. i-ouriiiiiv am, saaiiauiw.
TIIK IIUTTOX WOOIIEN 1IEAM PLOWS.
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upou short notice. .n...
II. F. HIIAUPI.I1SH 4 r.S.HAMi.
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BEST, PURRST, AND CHEAPEST! (
ror Nviiueness, iiuiouiiij.uiiw"-
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Mnlil nil PnlUtS thmUS5'
BARKER, JIOOItE &
T. MORRIS PEROT 4 CO,
Solo Troprli tors, riillfludiWn.Wi
Dealers In ull kluils of
DRUGS. OILS, PAINT;3, CLASS,
LlVialUFlS, AC., iC.
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purlieu hnvo been Induced ioif'rj
rtieshnvo been Induced toolItr PJ
lore Bowuia 'ol Ciiunlcritits. ',;)lti
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unu mo uamo 01
BARKER, MOORE & MEIS,
On each label,
r or sale uy -rrs.
jARMERSI EXAMINE AND WV
T II E O R I a I N A I
THE FlIlST RAW BONE J11U3I
All others aro Imitation.
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nuiguiy suiuuieanti uuicij as to n1--
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aim vigorous iicii"i' -'.nu nein'-.
Whero Bauairs i-iiospi""" r., ,,itier
nre that it will maintain its '! ' "t-uillli"
Hon. Woretjnest alii" ueedota'
give mis urtieie n inui. r
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Okjick-No B. Delaware Ave
ONE IIUNDREI) IViiiKB
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heretofore In store at WW.WeJdW
leased by Iho Goveriuneut. , J" .,, tr..
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SL A T E 11 O O ' 1 " -.,
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JOHN THOMAS, AND f.'bn f