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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURGr, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
l ew liiiplemouts uwl In the nmmiRf"
mcnt of our farm nro possessed of n
lilghcr iirnctlcal vnlua tlmn tho roller.
- Its form Is various, bo nlaruiro tho
us' - t.. wMch It is nppllcd. It would
I poor economy to ulspenio with at
Blstanco In nny system of tillajfo, bo tho
nature of tho soli what It "my. In
somo remarks upon tho Iraportnneo of
tho roller, n foreign author very judic
"Tho first object usually nlmod at In
tho Uio of this instrument, Is to. break
tho i clods or indurated masses of
earth which havo resisted tho action of
tho harrow, or at all events, to bury
them lu tho ground, so that at tho next
lmrrowlne which, when thus ourieu,
they cannot well escape they must of
necessity bo somewhat mraimsiicu in
Tho second object, according to our
author, Is to glvo a superior degreo of
compactness to the soil, ana to eireci n
moro perfect union of Its component
parts. Tho third uso to which H is ap
Tiled, Is to press down and consolidate
tho earth about tho seed, and to causo
tho latter to adhoro better to tho son
Tho fourth is to cover with mould, or
to press Into oarth, tho roots of thoso
plants sown tho proceeding autumn
and which may havo boon detached or
thrown up by tho action of frost. Somo
persons think it has a tendoncy to de
stroy tho Insects which aro constantly
lurking beneath tho surfaco, and ready
at all times to prey upon tho young nml
Tho shnpo of tho roller Is various. It
is generally round, though sometimes
hexagonal and octagonal, and a roller
armed with long spires or spikes, in
tended for pulverizing or breaking tho
clods, as well as for scarifying aud
loosening the earth whero it has becomo
"bound out," and requires loosening
and renoN-ating, Is sometimes used.
A very good roller may be mado by
taking a hollow log say threo feet In
diameter and affixing to each end n
gudgeon by which to draw it : but tho
best kind of roller Is that mado by con
structing two trucks of tho required
diameter, and having placed them on
edge, six feet apart, with a cross beam
or nxletrco oxtending through tho ceil
tro of each, fasten them by "strips of
slout plank, four Inches wldo so that
the roller will rescmblo tho drum of a
factory, when finished. A frame may
be added with a convenient seat for tho'
driver, whoso weight will often bo nec
essary to glvo efficiency to tho Imple
ment, especially whero the soil is very
light and dry, as well as on thoso fields
whero there nro clods to pulverize or
small cobblo stones to bo pressed down.
Every oao who has rolled a field
howr with grain, has observed that tho
Leeds como soonest In tho tracks of tho
animals used in drawing tho roller,
This makes it sufficiently ovident, that,
in order to securo quick and healthful
Renniuatlon of tho seed, tho soil should
ba closely pressed about, while the mass
njhogailBhoulilLo light and finely
THE YOUNG FOLKS.
Save tho Cornfoddcr.
"Wo havo long been of tho opinion
that thero was not that attention paid
to tho curing and saving of tho cornfod
dor that its valuo demanded. Every ,
good farmer must know that cattlo eat
It greedily through tho winter, and if
cut and steamed it is as good for them
&3 the best of hay and really more
Where is tho necessity of allowing it
to remain in shocks until tho middle or
end of November? Corn should not
be cut down until tho stalks aro dying
and tho grain is pretty hard, and then
it should remain no longer in the field
than is absolutely necessary for tho dry.
lng of the grain. It should bo husked
as early as possible and;tho fodder tied
up in bundles and either carefully
stacked near tho cattlo stables or put
under shelter in sheds.
It is well known, too that horses pre
fer it to tho best hay ; tdso "that tho
blades aro especially sought for to foed
racing animals, strengthening their
wind and bottom beyond any other
food. It is besides wholesome proven
der nnd helps most beneficially in mak
ing tho winter's supply of hay hold out
till lato in tho spring with tho addition
of chopped roots, which every farmer,
who shrewdly looks to tho main chanco
ought to cultlvato for feeding in tho
early part of tho winter. Qermvnlown
Corn and Hogn.
Prom carefully conducted experi
ments, by different persons, it has been
ascertained that one bushel of corn will
ulako n littlo over 10 pounds of pork.
gross. Taking theso results as a basis,
the following deductions nro made,
wlrfch all our farmers would do well to
lay up for convenient refcrenco. That
When corn costs 12J cents per bushel,
pork costs 11 cents per pound. s
When corn costs 17 cents per1 bujhel,
pork costs 2 cents per pound.
When corn costs 25 cents per bushel,
pork coats 3 cants per pound.
Whon corn costs 33 cunts per bushel,
pork costs -1 cents per pound.
When corn costs 60 conts pcV bushel,
pork costs 6 cents per pound.
Tho following statcmont shows what
tho former realized on his corn when In
tlio form of pork:
nJTI i m
wiiun pars sens lor u cents per
pounu, it brings Z5 cents per bushel in
tvuen porn Bens ior 4 cents per
pound, it brings 33 cents per bushel In
Yiieu porK sens for 0 cents per
pounu, it brings 00 cents per bushel in
Noodle Soup. Cut flno nil tho flash
from tho bonea of two fowls, and to
gether with tho frame put tho meat on
to boll j about an hour before dinner
tako out tho bones or framo : half an
hour before dinner put In eomo noodles
maue as follows : Four eggs woll-heat-on,
mixed well with flour and a pinch
of salt, stiff enough to roll very thin ;
mako two hours before you nro readv
touse themj cut them into tho UiltaJ
nes: posslblo strips j Beasou tho soup
with salt and pepper.
Tlic Twelve Hunters.
A certain Klmr's son, unknown to his
ither, was betrothed to n Mrddori whom
10 loved very much, and onco whllo ho
was sitting by her side, happy and con
tented, news eamo that hts father was
cry 111, and desired to sco him boforo
1th cud. So tho Prince said to his be
loved, "I must go away and lenvo you j
I will plvo you this ring for a memor
ial. When 1 becomo King, I will re.
turn and tako you homo with me."
So saying, ho rodo off! and when ho
arrived, ho found his father at tho point
of death. Tho old King said to mm,
".My dearest son, I havo desired to sco
vou onco moro borons I died, that I
may havo you promlso to marry nccord
lng to my wishes and ho named to
him a certain Princess whom ho was to
mako his brldo. Tho young King was
so grieved that ho did not know what ho
was saying, nnd so promised his father
that ho would fulfil his wish. Soon af.
tcrwards tho old King closed his eyes
When tho timo of mourning for tho
lato King was over, tho young Prince,
who had succeeded to tho throne, was
called upon to fulfil tho promlso which
ho had given to his father, nnd tho
Princess was betrothed to him accord
Ingly. Dy chanco tho Maiden heard of
this, and grieved so much about tho
faithlessness of her beloved that sho
fast faded away. Then her father said
to her, "My dear child, why aro you
sad? whatever you wish for you shall
For n few minutes sho considered,
nnd at last said, "Dear father, I wish
for cloven maidens exactly like myself
in flguro nnd staturo."
Her father told her that if it wero
possible her wish should bo carried out,
and ho ordered n search to bo mado in
his country until cloven maidens wero
found resembling exactly his daughter
in figuro nnd stature. When they camo
to tho Maiden sho had twolvo hunters
dresses mado all exactly nllke, nnd each
of tho maidens had to put on one.whllo
sho herself drew on tho twolth. There
upon sho took leave of her father, and
rodo away with her companions to the
court of her former botrothod, whom
sho loved so much. Thero sho Inquir
ed If ho needed any Huntsmen, and If
ho would not tako thorn all Into his ser
vice. The King looked at her without
recognising her, and as they wero such
handsome pooplo ho consented to take
them, and so they became tho twelve
Tho King, howovcr, possessed a Iilon
who was such a wonderful beast that ho
know all hidden and secret nffalrs. So
one evening ho said to tho klnjr, "Do
you suppose that you havo got twclvo
Huntsmen?" '"Yes," replied ho;
"twolvo Huntsmen." "You aro mis
taken there," replied tho Lion j "they
are twelvo maidens."
"That can never bo true," said tho
King; "how will you provo it to me?"
"Order somo peas to bo strown in
your nnte-roora," said tho Lion, "and
you will at onco sco ; for men havo a
n.m trCIUl i .IMn nn nona anil
do not slip; but maidens trip, and stum
ble, and slide, and mako tho peas roll
This advice pleased tho King, and ho
ordered peas to bo strown.
Now, thero was a servant of the
King's who was kind to tho Huntsmen;
and, as ho heard that thoy wero to bo
put to this trial, ho went and told thorn
all that had passed, and that tho Lion
wished to show tho King that thoy
wero maidens. Tho Maiden thanked
him nnd told her companions to compel
themselves to tread firmly on tho peas.
When, therefore, tho next morning tho
King summoned tho twelvo Hunters,
and they camo Into tho ante-room, they
trod firmly upon tho peas with so stur
dy a step that not one rolled or moved
In tho least. Afterwards, when they
had left tho room, tho King said to tho
Lion, "You have deceived mo; they
walk liko men 1"
Tho Lion replied, "They knew that
thoy were to bo put to tho proof, and so
summoned nil their strength. Let
twelvo spinning-wheels bo now brought
Into tho nnte-room, and, when they
como to pass them, they will be pleased
at tho sight thereof as no man would
Tills ndvlco also pleased tho King,
nnd ho caused tho twelve spinning'
wheels to ho placed In tho room.
But tho servant who was kind to tho
Hunters went and disclosed tho plan to
tho Maiden, who instructed her eleven
attendants to tako no notice whatever
of tho spinning-wheels. Tho following
morning tho King summoned his Hun.
ters, nnd (hoy passed through tho (into-
room without onco looking round at the
spinning-wheels. So tho King said to
tho Lion again, "You havo deceived
mo; theso aro men, for thoy havo not
noticed tho wheels."
Tho Lion repllod ns beforo, "Thoy
knew that thoy would ho put on trial,
and thoy havo behaved accordingly;"
but tho King would bellovotho Lion no
After this tho twelvo Hunters follow
cd tho King customarily in his sport
ing, and tho longer ho had them tho
moroJio seemed to liko them. Now it
happened that onco, as thoy wero going
out to tho hunt, news camo that tho
Princess who had been betrothed to tho
young King was on her way to his
court. As soon as tho true betrothed
heard this, sho was so much overcomo
that all her strength forsook her, and
sho fell heavily to tho ground. Tho
King 60on perceived that something
nnu Happened to his best Huntsman.
and ran up to help him Just as his glove
wns drawn off. Ho then saw upon ono
finger tho ring which ho had given to
his first lovo, and, ns ho looked In the
faco of tho supposed Huntsman, ho ro
cognized her. At tho sight his heart
was so touched that ho kissed her. nnd
as sho opened her eyes, ho said, "You
aro initio, nnd I nm thlno, nnd no power
on carm snail mako it otherwise"
'ine King then sent a messencer to
tho Princess, begging her to return to
her own country, for ho had already u
Soon nfterwnrds tho wedding was eel-
ebrated, nnd tho Lion came again Into
favor, because, after all, ho had snoken
The Kidneys are two In number, situated nt
tho upper part of tho loin, surrounded by fat,
anil consisting of three parti, vis,; tho Anterior,
tho Interior, nnil lhi Exterior.
II 13 KIDNEYS.
T aoica Wanna
I J 111111(1 IIA.I.KOA1)
On andft jr Jul, 3, 1S7P, Pnssongor Trains will
mil ns rriiliur I
p. in, n. in.
.. 8.(11 12.SU
Ac- Ex- Stall STATIONS, jinn press com.
As exchnngo tells tho following sto
ry of a polito dogi "A plghnvlng Invn
Uedn dry goods storo at Now -Britain,
Conn., tho owner's mastiff first bit off
the tall of the porker,, nnd then led it
by tho far to its pen. Returning, tho
uug pickou up the toll and restored It
to Its owner,"
It Is perhaps not generally known
that tho Canadian cent Is a trustworthy
standard of weight, mea.sure.and value;
ono nunured 01 tnern weighing a pound,
each ono moasurlngnn inch in diameter,
and ono hundred making a dollar. Of
course, there aro ton to a Ulrao, twelvo
to a foot, and twenty-flvo to n uuarler
of a pound. i
The anterior ntn.ubs, Interior conslstsof lis-
Mien or veins, which serve nsn deposit for the
urlno unci convey It In ties exterior. The exter
ior Is n conductor nlso, terminating In a single
tube, nnd culled tho Urctor. Tho ureters aro
connected with the bladder.
Tbeblndder iscompjsed of various coverings
or tissues, dlvldoi Into parts, vlx.l tho Upper
tho Lower, tho Nervous, nnd the Mucous. Tho
upper expels, tho lower retains. Many havo n
desire to nrlnnto without tho ability I others
urlnato without tho ability to retain. This fro
quently occurs In children.
To cure those .affections, wo must bring Into
action tho muscles, which aro engaged In their
various functions. If they nro neglected, dravel
or Dropsy may ensue.
Tho reader must also bo made aware, tbot
however slight maybe the attack, It Is sure to
affect tho bodily health and mental powers, ns
our flesh and blood nro supported from these
Gout, on RiiKOiATiSJl.-ratnoccurringln the
loins Is Indlcatlvo of the above diseases. Thoy
occur In persons disposed to ncld stomach and
Tits Obathl, The gravel ensues from neg.
loct or Improper treatmont of the kidneys
These organs being weak, the water Is not ex.
polled from tho bladder, but allowed to romaln
It becomes feverish, mid sediment forms. Ill
from this deposit that tho stone l formed, nnd
Dnorsr Is a collection of water In somo parts
of the body, and bears different, names, accord
lug to tho parts affected, vis.: whon generally
diffused over the body, it Is called Anasarca ,
when of tho abdomen, Asoltes; when of tho
Thhatuent. Helmbold'a highly concentrated
compound Extract Buchu Is decidedly ono of
tho best remedies for diseases of the bladder,
kidneys, gravel, dropsical swellings, rheuma
tism, and gouty affections. Under this head wo
havo arranged Dysnrla, or d IBlculty and pnln In
passing water, Scanty Secretion, or small nnd
frequent discharges of waters Strangury, or
stopping of water; Hematuria, or bloody urine j
Gout and Khcnmatlsm of tho kidneys, without
any change In quantity, but Increase In color,or
dark water. It was nlwoys highly recommend
ed by the lato Dr. rhyslck, In these affections.
This medicine increases ino power oi uigcs-
tlon, and excites tho absorbents Into hoalthy
exercise by which tho watery or calcareous dep
ositions, and all unnatural enlargements,
well as pain nnd Inflammation are reduced, and
It Is taken by men, women, and children. Di
rections for nse and diet accompany.
PHILADELPHIA. PA., Feb. M, 1S67.
II. T. Hklmdold, Druggist:
Dear Bm-I have been a sufferer, for upward
of twenty years, with gravel, bladder, and kid-
ncy affections, during which time I havo used
various medicinal preparations, and booa under
tuo treatment of me most eminent ni.Un
experiencing but Utile relief.
HaTlng seen your preparations extensively
advertised, I consulted with my lamlly 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, some quite Injurious ; in fact, I despair
ed of ever getting well, nnd determined to uso
no remedies hereafter 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, and Juniper berries.
it occurred to me nnd my phystclan as an excel
lent co mblnntlon, and, with his advice, after an
examination of the article, and consulting again
with the druggist, I concluded to try it. I com.
menced its use about eight months ago, at which
tlino I was confined to my room. From thoflrst
bottlo I was astonished and gratified at the ben.
eflclal cnect. and after nsing It three weeks, was
able to walk out. I felt much like writing you
n full statement ot my case at that time, but
thought my Improvement might only be tern.
porary, and therefore concluded to defer and see
if it would effect a perfect cure, knowing then it
would be of greater valuo to you and more sat
lsfactory to me.
I am now able to report that a cure Is effected
after using the remedy for five months.
I have not used any now for three months,
and ieel as well In all respects as I ever did.
Your Buchu being devoid of auy unpleasant
taste and odor, a nice tonloand lnvlgorator of
the system, I do not mean to be without it when
ever occasion may require Its use in such affec
tions. M. McCOIlMICK.
Should any doubt Mr, McCormlck's statement,
he refers to the following gentlemen;
Hon, WH. BlOLin, ev-Governor, Pennsyl
vania. Hon, Taos. B. Floukhck, Philadelphia.
Hon. J, C, Knox, Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon. J. S. Black, Judge, Philadelphia,
Hon, D. It. Porter. ex-Governor, Pennsyl
vania, Hon, Ellis Lewis, Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon, It. C. GniBn, Judge, United States Court.
Hon. Q. W. WooDWAnn, Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon, W. A. Porter, city Solicitor, Philadel
Hon Joins HiGLBn, ex-Governor, California.
Hon. K. Banks Auditor General, Washing,
ton, D. O.
And many others.lf ecessary.
Bold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
Beware of counterfeits. Ask for Helmbold's.
Take no other, Pmice-II.25 per bottle, or 6 bot
tles for tl.lt. Delivered to any address. De
scribe symptoms in all communications.
Address 11, T. HELM BOLD, Drug and Chemi
cal Warehouse, Ml Broadway, N. Y.
NONE ARE GENUINE
UNLESS DONE UP IK
p. m. n. in.
r?(tiiiff Inn innjln ntMcrntltnll bv th.) 10.10 n.m
trai l for (Irentllcud, lllnRimnilon, Albany nnd
all points North, Last nud West.
1ST0. SUMMClt AHHANGEMENT, 1S7D,
Passenger Tra'lns on this road will run as fol
Arr, frjflp. m
Dep. 0.28 "
' 4.00 "
" 3.41) "
" 3M "
" 2.13 "
" 1.50 "
" 1.40 "
'dlno Maucli Ununk. dlnn." 2.00 p.ra
lletlilelieni. " "
Phlla. via llethlohero, ' 8.53 n.m
Ronton. " II. m
New York, ft. Liberty St.,
0.0.-1 " vlnL.ftH.il. It. 11 ."0
n.iri " l.. vaiiev . it. u.ini
' 5.51 a.m. Boston, " U.00 p ni
Pimsnnirera tnkll ir tho 8.13 train from William'
ftnnrt. will lmvn two linnrMtii New York, lor sun-
per. and nrrlveln lloslou nt &.30 a.m.. eleven
Dep. 8.15 a,m
1 ).. Mnhnny June.
our- In ndvauco of nil other routes.
Sioxf uay coaches aecomnany
luiamspori, l ew lorn
nil trains be.
tween Wflllamsport, l'cw
Trains run through by daylight. .
6 LO. WEBB.Supt.
ti.nnn wil t. MM IvtlllTOANY I'MMON
producing n Prepsrntlon nhowlng half ns many
lvlnifrrmitno tiermanent euros as lln. 1 ITLKIt.S
VKat.TAllI.lt llllEUMATIO.ltEMEpr, Tho SCIell.
lino prescrlptlonof Prof. JOH. P. I'lTLf It, M. 1.,
ono of Philadelphia's oldfstrciinlarPlivslclnns,
who has made llheumatlsm n specialty 37 yenrs,
hn.mnllRtillV fllt-lnff Willi lllfs ItcniCdV 03 111
every NX) patients lreatedi so warranted under
oath, from HcRlstcrod eases, a result unparallel
ed. 11 is a piensani aieoicme, in-u limn mjur-
Ions lmtcs (sworn voucners ironi nniuwuiu
ir,.tnim.nt VhvsieinnH indorsing Dr. Filler ac
company each bottlo). To protect sntrorers from
risk, a legal guarantee stating nnmbr of bottles
ehano tunny person sending by letter n full,
truthful description OI case, in case m luiiuru
inmrn i iia iiiiiimiit nniil will lit. refunded. I rleo
tl.00per hot lie ! 0 bottles, t;.60. Medical advlco
li.Tl 'l,,- litnr'iTnitls. Xililress I) It. 1'ITLKIt.
unicoJvo.au Hotun ruuiiTii eireei. i-iinuei-nhln.
or No. 704 BROADWAY, N. Y. Sold or
obtained by druggists.
OW TO CURE CONSUMPTION.
TVrOItTIIEKN CENTRAL ItAII.
On and after June mh 1S70, Trains will
leave SusnURT us follows :
,StA. M., Dally to WllItamort, for Elmlra
Oiuandalgua, Rochester, Ilutlalo, Suspension
Bridge, and N. Falls.
.10 r. M., Dally,(except Bundnys) for Elmlra nnu
Buffalo via Erie ICnllway from Elmlra...
6.15 i'. M., Daily, (except Sundays) for Williams-
Pr " TRAINS SOUTHWARD.
11.45 A.M.Dally (except Monday's) for Balllinori
WILMINGTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
11.55 P.M. Dally(cxeeptSnnday's)forBallimort
wasuingiou anu i-uuaueiijuu. YOUNG
General Passenger Agent.
ALFRED It. FlSKE. Gcn'l Supt.,
THE PHILOSOPHY OF DR. Kl!Hr.NCK'8
GREAT MEDICINES. Will people never learn
tn tmmv Hint n iliMpnsp.1 liver find stomach nee-
essnrlly disease tho entire system? Tho plainest
Principles of common kenso teach this, nnd yet
there nro hundreds who Hdlculo the Idea, nnd
continue In tho course which almost Inovluibly
brines lliein prematurely to tho grave. Living
ns the linijorlty or peopio uo, in complete vnri'
nnce, with Ihomws of nature, It niut bo nupar
.ni Lt nil Hint, fttnniipr or later, nature will re.
vciigo herself, ilcueo wo find that persons who
en or iiiui
falls to perioral Its mncllons, dyspepsl i nnd Its
nllenilant evils follow, and Mill the sulterlng In-
uivmuaispersiAiiuciingiiiK iu m iijMruinjiiij'u
ur.i,iLiii iv r uieu
Indulau to excei.s In the nse of very rich or hull
,ieatlble food or intoxicating drinks, luvnrlabl;
pay n heavy penally lu tlio end. Tho Honiacl
becomes dlsnidcred and refuses to net; the live
ploded Ideas of tho past.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA, &
WESTERN RAILROAD. Summer arrange
ment, April 11,1870. Trains leave as follows :
nines nro recommended to all such, lhey li-lng
sure and certain relief wnerover they moused
ns tllrei ted, and nil thai is necessary 10 csuiiuisii
tlirlr rpiinlnllnn Willi evcrv- alllnuc man or wo
man In tlm bind is n fair nnd liuiairllul trial of
them. Let those who nresKcpllcal on mis poim,
mil whn lmvn iwrnitltetl Intorested licrsons to
prejudice lliem ngalnst these now celebrated
renuuies ior v-ouaummiuii, uisuuiu mwi i-.jm-litres,
find hp frnvprnnil tiv the nrlncllllOS of Tea1
son and common sense. If tho svstuin Is disor
dered depend upon It. in nlno cases out often
tho scat of Hie ilsoiiler will bo lound lu the
stomach nnd liver. To cleanse nnd Invigorate
tbo stomach and to stimulate the liver to heulthy
action, uso . ..
fcUHENCK'S MANDRAKE riLL6. Tho dall;
tncrpithiniT il.mnn,! f.ir tlinsn tilll.s Is the best evl
dencoof their value. Thousands upon thousands
of boxes nre sold dally. Why 7 simply because
they act promptly and eliicientiy. invauus who
may not And it convenient to call on Doctor
Via M. iSi E. Dlvls.lA H
wri new loric. uv
tool uarciasi at.)
3.45 123 1
Via Ccn. Bit. of N.J
New York .
HC11ENCK In person nro Informed that full and
complete directions for uso nccoiupauy eacu
MANDUAKH PILLS. TULMONIO HYIU7P
AND SEAWEED TONIC. Theso medicines will
nnrn rnnfiiirnt.llrm nn1pR tho lunirs nro fcO filT
gono iiiui ute imiicni 13 cuuiuij ujuuu mo
cvjii oi incuicni runei, ,
11 ninv lm nairoii in- timsc lvho are not familiar
with thn vlrtiiPR nf thnso ereilt remedies. MiIoW
uerriu cures or consumption ;
Tho answer in a simple one.
Trains do not ston at Hfatlons where the Time
At New Ilamnton with Central It. H. of N. J,
Tho Mall aud Express trains eastward and west
ward connect wiui trains lornew lortc, tuizn
beth. IMnlutleUl.HomervlUe and other Blutlons.
At WnKlilnirtnn wttii Rlnrris A. Kkhcx 1C. It.
Mall nnd ExurckB trains muke close und reliable
conneciious wiiu trains ior new iorK. ewurn.
MiitriRtnwti. IJovcr. wnterloo. liacketlfitown tSC.
At Manunba Chunk with llelvidera Delaware
It, It. Close connections are made by Mail and
express trains, wllti trains lur i"iiiiaunnia,
Trenton, PhUllpiiburg, Uolvldere,tc. lly Train
XIa O n..n.,-a rn.i,h ll a.luln n vln I'd 111.
den, by tio, 4, via Kensington. Pasheugcis on
io. t nrrivo in I'luiKueipum 111 um iu mac tuu
ll.M i). m. train for Baltimore and Wiikhluuton.
At Bcranton with Lackawanna a llloomoburR
cc Delaware & Jiuutuu kuu itoaus. Trains uu
theso roads connect with our trains lor rmsion,
Wllkes-Barru. Dtrwlck. HI 00111 s burg, Danville,
Uly phant, Archbald and Carbon dalo.
At liincbjimton with Erie Uallwav
I connects with Express Mall on Erlollallway
leaving atti.il n.m. wlthu. sleentuc coach at
tached. arrlvlnu at lluffalo at G.'JU next inorntnE,
Express No. 3 connects with a way train Xor
Oweco, Ithaca, and Elmlra.
Albany a Hufequehanna ItnllHoad. Fourtraln
a day run each way between Illcghamton and
Aiuany. una leaves jnuguamiou ai j.dup.in,,
and at rives ut Albany at U.uu it. m.
Hyrapu&e, lllnghuiuton a N.Y. It. It. Trains
for ttyracm-e leave ni 7 a.m. and p.m. Trains
iruiu nyraciiMi uiuve tti ii.stt h, mi. huu o.ou p. iu
lt. A. IIENUY. W. F. HALLS fEAD.
Oen'l Pabs. und Tkt. Agent, Hupt.
Mo-ndat, Mat 16th, 1870.
:ut Trunk Line from the North and North
'forPhUadelphla.New York, lleaulnn. 1'ottB-
vllle, Tamaqua, Ashland, tihamokln Lebanon
BTKEL - ENGRAVED WRAPPER,
with fio-ilmllo of my CliemlcAl Warehouae, nd
U, T. 1IEIMC0LD.
weff forPhliadelphla,New York, lleaulng, 1'ottB
vllle. Tamaaua. Ashland, tihamokln Lebanoi
AUentown, Easton, Ephrala, Lltlz, Laucaster
Trains leuvu Uarrlsburc for New York, as loi
lows: At G.S5, tf.KJ and 115 a, m., and
2.so p. in., connecting wuu similar trains on
I'eunu. uauroau, ana arriving at xsew York at
noon, a,w, d.uo anu iu.w y, m, repeciivejy
meepiuf; curs uccompuny me o.oounu iim a
LrUIUH W11I1UU1 CUULILIB.
Heturnlnui Leave. New York at D.OO a.m. nnd
JL'.uu noon and o,w p. in. Philadelphia at fc.1
ua iu, wuu u.uv )ii mi nit;vi'iU una avuuiujiuu
the u.00 u. in, and 5.0U p.m., trains Horn N 1
Leave llarrlsburg for Reading, Pottsvllie, 'lu-
lUUllUU, iillUCf HV111U, AHU1UUU, OllUUlUiLlU I ill1
urove, Aiieuiuwn at riiua u, ui o.iu a.m., 2,ou
4,10 p.m., stopping at Lebanon and principal way
gukuouu: me t.tuum, iruiu connecting ior run
Pottsvllle und Columbia only. For l'ottsvlli
BchuylklU lluveu and Auburn, via Hchuylklll
and busquehuuna Railroad, leave Ilurrlsburg at
East Pennsylvania Railroad trains leave Read
ingior Aiieuiowu. luittiou anu new loruai v.;
10,30 a. m l.VTund 1.45 p.m. Returning, leave
ie lufukui. v,uu Ui iu., i.,vu iiwu uuu o,vj p. uu.
and Allentowu uL7.JJu. m. vl;& uoon, 4.VU bin1
M3 v, m.
Way Passenger Train leaves Philadelphia at
7J30a.m,, connecting with blmtlar liuln on East
ra. rauroau reiuruiug irom Mcuuiuguitvup, 111
stonDlne at all stations.
Leave Pottsvllle at 5.4iand 0.00 a.m. .and 2.50 v.m
llerndon ut U.3U a. in., bhumokln at 6,40 aud 10.40
a. 111., Abuiunu at 7,uo u.m. ana uo noon uah-
nnoy city at 7.51 a. m. una 7.C7 p. m. Taiuufmu
a. in., and IV-'O p. u.for Philadelphia m
Leave I'ottsvllle via Bchnvlklll and Susnua.
hauna Railroad ut 8,15 a.m. lor llarrlsburg. uiJ
12,06 noon, for Pine Urove und Tremout,
Reading Accommodation Train leaves 1'otU-
vuie ai o.iu a. m., passes iteuumg ai 7,0(1 a. in,, u;
riving at Philadelphia at 10,'JO u. m. Returnlu;
leaves rnuaaeumia ai 0.10 t. m
ui o.w p.m., urnviugui roiiaviae at y.iu p.m,
Dry Goods Be Notions. Dry Goods & Grocodos. Hardwaxo & Onti"
-JKVf STOCK OF CIjOTIIIWO.
Ftcsh orrlvttl or
Invites attontlon to Ills stock of
CII IlAr AND FA81II0NAtiLH CLOTIIINO.
nt his store on
Main Street, two doors nbovo tho American Mouse
whero lio hits Just received from Now York nnd
'htladclphln a full assortment or
Mr.N AND BOYS' CI.OT1IINO,
Including Iho moat fasUlonahlo, dnrablo, and
BOX, SACK, BOCC1, UUJI, ANll U11.-ULUT11
COATS AND TANTS.
of alt sorts, sites and colors. IIo has also replen-
shed Ills nlrciuly largo stock of
FALL. AND WINTEU SHAWLS,
sTnirr.D, fiouiied. and tlain vests
SIUllTH, CIIAVATS, STOCKS, COLIMIS
BUSl'ENDEItS, AND FANCY AIITICLES
Ho nas constantly on hand a largo and wcll-sc.
octcsl assortment of
CLOTHS AND VIMTINGB,
which ho is prepared to make to order into any
kind of clothing, on very short notlco, nnd In tho
best manner. All his clothing is made to wear,
nnd most of lt Is of homo manufacture
GOLD WATCHES AND JEW'iLKY,
oto cry description, flnennd cheap. Ills caseot
Jowelry Is notsurpahsedMn thlslplaco. Call nnd
exnmlno his general nssortmen of
CLOTHINU, WATCHES, JEWELK1 , AC.
C. AI A 11 It
answer Isaslmplo one, luey ucgin incir
or icstorntlon by brlnglni; the stomach
nnd bowels Into nn nctlvo healthy condi
They begin their
liver nnil Dowels Into nn
linn. It. Is fnoil Hint cures tills formlitlil
ense. bCHISNCK'M MAKDUAlirJ net ou
tho liver nnd stomncli, promoting secretion, nnd
removing the bilo nnd sllmo which have result
ed from tho Inactive or torpid condition of theso
organs, and of tho system generally. This slHg
glsti state of the body, nnd the consequent nc
cuinulntion of tho unhealthy substances named
provent tho proper dlgcstlou of rood, nud. ns a
natural consequence, creates dlscnso, wnlch ie
suits In prostration nnd finally In death.
huiienck'8 l'ULMoruu Hiuur anu oi;.
WEED TONIC, when taken regularly, mlnglo
with the food, aid tho digestive organs, make
good rich blood, nnd ns a natural consequence,
give flesh and strength to the patient. Let tho
laculiy soy what lt mny. mis is mo only iruo
euro for consumption. Experience has proved It
beyond tho shadow of a doubt, und thousands
nre to-day nllvo nnd well who a few yenrs slnco
were regarded ns hopeless cases, but who were
Induced to try Dr. faCHENCK'S remedies, nnd
were restored to permanent health by their uso
UUOOl llie lirSHUUpS IHO iimoiwuu ouwnj
wlthaconsumntlvo patient Is to luvlgorule tho
system. Now how Is this to bo dono? corlaluiy
not oy giving iiicuicincs imn uimu.
vate lnedicrues that Impair Instead of Improve
Inn f mint Ions of the dlcestlvo organs. Doctor
n.iij.n-n. u..tiAli,pq oio.nso lliftstomiyl."
bowels of all snbstnuces which aro calculutcd to
irriintn nr wpuirpn mem. 'lnov creaio au annc-
tltc promote healthful digestion mako good
blood, nnd, ns a consequence, they lnvlgorato
nud tttrengthtn tho entire system, und morotB
iifplfillv ilinsn mirtu which nro diseased. If this
cannot be done, then tho case must bo regarded
ns n. linnelpKH nnn.
il 1110 xniysician unus 11. iiii.iusiuiu iu.iu.ui.
niTirvTffKRi. iiiTNfiuv. if the dUeased ncrson
cannot partako of good nourishing lood uud
properly uigest it, it is imimsaiuiu .uut uu t-uu
I'ulii in flesh and strength : nnd lt is equally lm-
iiifesioie 10 uriug u puiieut iu iuid wjuuhiuu oj
nntr nn inn liver 1 imriipniHi Willi ui.omiu uuu.
nnil tlm stnmnrti liululi with unhealthy slime.
Almost ttio nrst reauest maao to tuo nnvsicinu
bv n. rnnsnmntlvn natlenl Is that he will Die-
scrllie medicines that will remove or allay the
cough, night sweats nnd chills, which aru the
hum iillendants on cousumntlou. But this
should not be done, us the cough Is only nn elfort
of nature to relieve Itself, und tho night sweats
nnd chills are causeit uy tuo diseased mugs, ine
I'lnpnipM oriiniiiriiv nrescri ueu uo iiiuiu uuriu
than gocsl. They Impair the luuctions of the
Biomacu, impeuo niniiuy uigestiuu, uuu umiut.
vntn rntlipr thnn cure the disease.
There Is. ufier all. uotning nice facts wiiu
which to substantial 0 a position, nnd It is upon
facts that Dr. SOIIh.NCK relies. Nearly nil who
have taken his medicine lu accordance with his
flip, rtlnnn lmvn notonlv neen cured or consuiim
tlon, out. irom tne lact mat tueso luemciues uct
with wonderlul power upon the dlgt-bllve organs
atlents thus cured Sliteuny gain ueu. Cleans-
1UJ IU. .JBIL'IU VI U.. .11. yut IUVJ I.,
loundatlon lor n souu, suubiautiai structure.
ItpMtnrliifr thekn nrif ins to health, thev crpatu all
nnnetite. The fond Is properly assimilated: the
quantity of blood Is not only lucreased, but Is
maue lieu nnu strong uiuiiutuu iucu ui .ut-ii 11
condition 01 tne system uu uist-use must uu uuu-hdied.
Knll fllrprtlnns nrconinanv eacliol tne mcui
cines, so that lt Is not ubolutely necesi.ury that
patients snouiu tco ur. huiibAUK jursouany,
uuUsstliey itCblre to have their luugsexnmluid.
For this purpose he .s nt his principal oillce, No.
s NouhHIicih St.. comer ol Lommcrce. Phila
delphia, every tiaturday, from DA. 1. until 1
Advlco is chen svlthout charge, but for
thorough examination with the ltespirometer
tne cuarge is vo.
cents a box. For sale uy nil
hnvo just received from Iho eastern markets a
largu and well selected stock of
1) K Y GOODS,
Best bleached A
All wool flannels,
A good stock of
Ladles dress goods,
Latest styles A patterns. I
Sples of all kinds,
Good stock groceries,
Wood & willow ware,
Flour A Chop,
Also Kitchen Crystal Soap for cleaning Tin,
Brass, Ac. All goods sold cheap for cash or pro
He would call tho ntlentlon of buyers to Ills
well and carefully selected assortment which
comprises everything usually kept in the coun-1
try, feeling confident that ho can sell them
goods nt such prlcesas will ensuro satisfaction.
Nov. O.'oa-tf C. C. MARK.
Tonlo each, $1.50 per bottle, or $'
Aianurage x'liis m
tug nt s.uu p.m., urriviugnt ruiiaviitu at u.iu p.m.
l'otlstowu Accommodation TralnMeaves I'otts
town at tf,S5 a.ui. returning, leaves 1'hlladelpbln
at 4,00 p.m.
Columbia Hall road Trains leave Heading at
7,9) a.m., nud 0-15 p.m. for Ephrala, Lltlz, Laucas
ter, Columbia, &c,
I'erklomen lull Road Tralnslcave Ferklonien
Junctional B.WI u. in., 3.0U & 6.80 p. m. returulug:
leave Hchwenksvlllo at s.uSa.mKiO noon, aud
4.13 p.m., connecting with similar trains ou
Coiebrookdale Railroad trains IcaveTotlHowu
at 0.40 o. iu and 0.1X1 p. in,, returning leave Mount
l'leasaniut 7.U0und ll.Vi'ju. in., counectlug WIIP
similar trains ou Reading Rullroad.
Chester Valley Railroad Iralns leave Bridge
port ut B,)a. iu. and V'.ui aud 6.(2 11. m. leturulug.
leave Duwnlngtou ut 0:m a, in., l'.'.li uouu uud
6.15 p, in., connecting with slmllur trains oi
pu Sundays, leave New York at 8,00 p.m., Full
phla ut 6,w a.m. aud a, 15 p.m., (the s,00 a.m. train
HarrUburg at o,iU a. m. uud 4.10 p. m. aud
leave AUentown ut7.Mn, m, and 8.15 p. m.,uuj
Reading at 7,15 a.m, nud 10.05 p. lu.lor llairls
burg, ut 7.'Ala. la. for New York, ut 1.(5 p. in, loi
Alleutowu, aud ut V.Vi a, iu. uud 4.M p. in '
Commutation, Mileage, Season, School -ia.
1-xcursluu Tlcktts to and Irom all points, at ie
Baggage checked through; 100 pounds ollowe.
a. A. NICOLLU,
., . General buperluteudeul
Reading, I'a, April a 1670.
gllOWN'S PAST FREIGHT
FROM I'HILADEH'IIIA TO BLOOMSBUKO
and Intermcdlale points. Goods forwarded will
cuie aud despatch nud nt luw rates.
Goods, at 1'hiladelptuu, must be delivered al
Blluer s (Jo's, (ill Market (street, For lull par
tlculois, apply to
JACOB eCHlYLER. I'roprletor.
Aug, aCi.'W-lf. K, It. Dengl, ulooxiLurg.l'i.
This Is the most thorough blood purifier yet
discovered, and cum all humort from the worst
fcrofula to a common T-.Vuplon. JHnwlct and
Jlloichcs on the face, and tcaly or rough tkm, which
are such nunoylng blemishes to many young
persons, yield to the usa of a few bottles of this
wonderful medicine. From one tn eight bottles
cure Halt llheum, .Vjn;ie(, Ncald Head, King
H'ernu, aoifi, Scalu p((onj nf the AAm, Scrofula
Sorei, Ulcer) ami "Oinker" in the Mouth and Stom
ach, lt Is a puro medicinal extract of native
roots nnd plants, com olning m harmony Nature's
most .overe lull curative nroiiertlns. whlMi riml
has luitllled Into tho vegetable kingdom for
healing tho sick. It is a great restorer for the
strength and vigor of the system, Thoso who
are laugutd, sleepless, have nmouj apjirehentlont
or fears, or ony of the altecllons symptomatic of
trcafciirM, will And convincing evidence of Its
restorative powirupon trial. If you feel duH,
drowsy, debilitated and despondent, havo frequent
Jlewtaehe, mouth tastes badly In the morning, (r
rcffuttir appetite and tongue coaled, you nre sutler
lng Irom Jbrjild Afiwor 'JJlltousness." In many
cases ol "Liier Complaint'' only apart of ihese
iiii'iuiii. mo vjiirrieuccu. as n remedy ior an
such cases, ur, 1'icrce's tioiuen Aiedlcal Ulscov
ery has no equal ns it effects perfect cures, leav
lug the liver strengthened and healthy. For the
cure of Habitual Constipation or the Bowels It
is a never falling remedy, and thoso who have
used It for this purpose are loud in lis praise.
In Jlronehlal, Throat and Lung Diseases, It has
produced many truly rcmnrkable cures, where
"""wiv-fl uuu .alien, num uy uruguisis
nt 11.00 per boitle. Prepared nt the Chemical
wui. iiiiurj.uj ji, V. I'lUltUK, ,S1, 1J
J1S-' 70-tf Butlalo, N, Y,
UY THE UEST.
THE RED LION BRAND.
Is superior to nil others, in color, quality and
price ; to bo found only nt
AI. P. LiUTZ'S
llu.l.-ln Tin. ..-..1 Vnllnn. I. It.
new bulldlnc next to the Court hnnsn. Unln
Street, Bloomsburg, I'a. tnayl3';o-tf.
luum AiauvAi. ap
Tne subscriber has lust returned from tho cities
with another largo and select assortment of
FALL Ai. D WINTER GOODS.
purchased in New York and Philadelphia al the
owest figure, and which he Is determined to sell
on as moderate terms as can bo procured else
where lu liloomsburg. Ills stock comprises
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
of the choicest styles und latest lashlons, together
wltn n large assortment of Dry Goods and Gro
ceries, consisting of the following srtlcies
Boots and Shoes,
Hats aud Caps
AND NOTIONS GEN RALLY,
In snort, everything usually kent in countrv
stores, to which ue invites the attention of the
puDiio generally, Tho highest price will be paid
ior country produce in exchange for goods.
S. II. MILLER 4 SON,
Arcade BuUdlngs, Bloomsburg, Fa.
JEVEN REASONS WHY
Is Tim Best Liniment in tmk Would
I insr. It is composed of tho most rowunvox
and 1'ENEiiiATi.NO liquids known lu Chemlstrr.
Second. Combined with the above Is a M iDt.
Tiiinu.-Tho i useor tho Muvrulnnd p'enetratinc
Ingredients Is tn ilrlvn nr fnrpn In i,l! I.n..ir..
Medicinal Oil., which lubricates the joints aud
muscles, nud Immediately throttles the disease,
and compels lt to loosen Its deathly, sickening
and poisonous fangs. ' ' "-,"""'
FouiiTit. Tills Medicinal On, Is usod for tho
same reason that a good mechanic, always uses
oll-fo make li s machinery work with ease and
precision. So In tlio same way tho muscles and
Joints or our nnlmals should bo lubricated If we
n... ,uu.,uuii;miiYui wuu rupiuuy and ease.
HFTii.-It Is very soothing In lis action, will
not burn or blister the animal like most of the
'rtd hot" llninieiitsnr tlm Hnv fc v
Sixth. Not one drop ol tincture of cayenne
or red pepper can bo found In lu composition :
for wo hold that no liniment can bo ettectlve
...v.. uuiii. , "i uuBiurs tuo animal until the
The undersigned would hereby give notice
that lio has lust completed A FIItST CLASS
HI.ARHE.and that he mislhe facilities forcarry.
ing on the business of UNDLRTAKINa In all
IN OITV BTVlll,
He has engaged experienced persons who will
take charge or the tsHlles ol the deceased as soon
as they ' shuttle of this mortal coll," and attend
to washing ihein, shaving, dressing, Ac Shrouds
...lllinuvu lu IU UIUK, At 1UUC11
has also piocu(d an
IltON IOE BOX,
In which bodies cau bo preserved Inn cleanly
and dry condition. Carriages lurnlshcdfor fa.
Jieral uccaslous. In short, hu is preiiansi to take
charge or a coriise linniou lately afier deaih. und
fe Vriflolt! " rela,l'' " 'u"her tro'lble lu
fie also carries on the business of
Upholstering In all its branches, repairing furnl.
Jure, relating cane bottoindl cl'alis.ac. do
I'lace of business on Iron Street, hi low Main.
Dloo.Burg. ,alyltt1l!7l-lf.1,0ljE"T U0AN'
muscles aie hard and dried nlmost to a crlsn,
BEVENTii.-i.very bottle Iswaiikantld to glvo
goou saiismciion, or your mouey will bo refund'
ed. This shows conchislvplv tT... t . i. hv:..i
tors havo full confidence iu this preparation,
and proveB lor tho seventh time that 0. E.S.S.
Is tho best Liniment in the world for horses.
sjfvon tallnw your Merchant to jialmor -Jne.
lure of lied rcyperund Hartshorn, or other trash
.!V';l''""'l'','!'Ta1::;N-el-tw Horses, ana take
no other. Sold by all druggists.
i wn.,D; U4U!:V LO- 80,0 rronrietors,
sept270-lyj 172 Washington Street, New York.
A rjV lit. H IK. oi I Mi. or,,,....) i.
ffniiKltVriVi,,!,!,'0.lu " '''l!1' mt'ml "nil physl.
wof k nC St1 ff'i-?.'"! l'owP titan is
througu our most sacred domestic und social re"
. .... ui v.uiuuuu. uut uumioKeu and nir.
gresslvc tue uuihorhaodles the delicate subjects
mAnJn0i,efcrt,"'.but lu nchamum.?a;
ic,?i'i.f"'.?'0'.io?w"k Jla"' asuliject Justly
f? 811 ue interest and sympathy of aft iruo
ph authroplsu. aud this lok, it is belleveil,
u VS0"1' !uulB to ' e"' Just n proiMr on ns
L'JMf f".! A circular sent free, containing
a full descrlntlon and svnnnsi. Vr ...VS
' KS rii.'ru- - VISNT l'ublisher""
"P"W-tf fi (Jollego Place, N, V.
JJ" O T I t
nArlnBrihlnliAln... l . .
the name'of kooas F4 lTdTat lSla'SSumM
county, Pa., Lu tin, ay bet u m'solvVd bynn
!"' "'"""i'-. All c alms and seitl" luuu mu?
M I ehw W"" "'e uew flr,n ude" Iha namB o
"io'lllugust , in.,,, K00S
' DRY GOODS
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CA1-S,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTH AND BHOKR,
BOOTS AND BHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OlUi,
PAINTS AND OIL'S,
PAINTS AND OILS,
FAINTS AND OILS,
The new HAnnwAiiP5
, , ne plus ultra 8T0ltE.
Having enlarged our StSreitV,
directly from tho Miuinf.,i,..'"'yi
cash, ou a declining market, w e arercllM'l I
I una uiu iuiuio lo - -I'sirM
FARMERS, MECHANICS, tllm,,,.
the rest nf Mnt,l.i . I?' ""'LbEUfl
prising nil tho kinds and'ousiVii-111 ". m
LO Ware stSrnS hW""
In our lino can avo Money ui&hli ew.
New Hardware Btoie. ' ""'"luii iSijrfi
KitMv. ..ain,neotiriA.L .
Apr. 23.09-lyr WAItDLj,
I tllVIII If 11 U ITT.
g MIT II & SELTZER; ""V
lmporterannd Dcalcrsln Forel.n .-.
H A K 1) W A U P
GUNB, CUTLERY. 1.
Nov. 22, ffMf.
M. O. BLOAN 4 BROTUEn
nave on hand and for side at tho most mn. I
htn mini a mitnmllil l,wl,i u"uraa' 5I I
and every description of Wagons both
PLAIN AND FANCY
warranted to bo made of the best sue moil i
i ituiu muictiiiiN, uuu uy inc rooRt eirrlea4l
Iwuritiucu. vvn wurit IM.-I11 out irom Ui.fn.Ll
llshment will bo found to beof the hltbnt SKI
and suroto give perfect satisfaction. WrSJI
S L K I a II s
of all tho newest nnd most ifinhinntM. I
well and carefully made und of the best ral
An Inspection of their work u duvm I
believed Umt none .superior cun Jie found in till
Q. L O B E MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Northwest corner ot Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner or Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner or Main und Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets.
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
lllAJUJiailUKU, J A
IRON AND NAIIfl,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAII.H,
IHON ANU NAIIJS,
IRON AND NAILS,
in large quantities and at reduced rates, alway
Pliny Freeman, President, 11, C, Frcemi,Sl
Cash capital over f 2,0(X).oiXI, all paid.
rpiIE SUBSCRIBER nEREBY
X Elves notice that he still continues the
For Luserne, Lycoming anil ColunUi
Fulton . tt.'l
North America -.. WA
Farmers' Danvlllo. St,l
Albany City 1
Lancaster City - M l
York Horse, Death & Then...-......-... Hi
Home, New Haven M.w..m.H 1X'
Dauvllle, Horso Theft ..........
ERISAS imuw.i, Mai,
marS.(i!)-ly. Hloomsbcbo, fil
WHEELER'S PATENT RAILWAY
CHAIN HORSE POWERS,
and is again In the Held for the Harvest of 1870,
and is prepared to furnUh Farmers with the
must rename niacnines ouered to tne public
I aitu bulla DOUIlLE-ti EARED JAflkR. tn at.
tach to the rod of u four'horse Lever Power, to
nttach my 'Ihrehers to. Three horses will do I
uie same umoiiuioi inresniugwllh thlsnrrauge-
,vnt loin lvui wiiu uuy oiuer luiesuer.
I nm also Agent lo sell WHEELER'S COM
BINED THRLSHERnnd WINNOWERS.
For further particulars or for tho purpose o
flrHnr Hi' .nnnlil.a n.l.l.n..
CHARPLESS & IIABMAN,
EAQLU rODNDIty AND MANCFACTl'BlSfl Wl
STOVES & FLOWS WHOLESALE i RHil
THK CELBBIIATKD M0NTI10SK IK0S BUX l
THK nUTTON WOOUK.N I1AM ID)!.
All kinds of Brass or Iron casting uioae ioon.1
upon short notice. u.m.sI
it. r . fiiiAiiri'i i i -' ".T, M
J. M. IIULSHIZER,
i-igut nircet, col. Co., a.
THE HYPERION HAIR
UTll liK ro THE
iiviImiM .r.iNinih l(un
iffiv) This Curler is the most
kLvprrfocl invention ever of-
I ln..1 ,n KA ..l.ll t.
111'. IU IU. (lUUIlV. At IB
easily operated.neut lu ap
pearance, and will not In
jure the hair, as there Is
uu ucat reouireu. nor auy
metalllasubstance used to
rust or break the hair.
Manufactured only and
lur suiu uy
MCMILLAN & CO.
No 03 North Front Street,
Sold at Dry Goods, Trimmings and Notion
N. 1). Slncle Hoi 15 cents: 3 Boxes. assorted
slses. 65 cts. Mailed free to any port of the unlt-
ou muicn, upon receipt oi tne money.
' THIRST NATIONAL
best, purestTanu i'Iieap&h
For Whiteness, Durnt lllty.andBrilllaii-
o'fd'S K'l'cVeln Faint. OicM
BARKER, MOORE & i!EI,
T. MORRIS PEROT 4 W.
Sole Proprietors, riilltdelpblavPas
Dialers lu all kinds of
DRUGS, OILS, FAINTS, GLASS,
DYESTUFFS, AC, AC
CACTION.-Owlng to "ie Pj;WS
our "First National Will e
parties havo been luducid t0 ?
hous article ULder the same ;"!? 'i
lore Beware of Counteriells. ."!' m
Ino Is put up in extia Iieau i'
pots, with putent metallic ire
unu ino numo oi
BARKER, MOORE & MELV,
On each label,
For sale hy
ITAUMERS I EXAMINE
... , - t i a 1 V A 1j
u iw '
3 Bsrtlsj St.. N.f .or 38 W. llhSI.. rintlnn.tl. 0.
It thoy want the masrpopulnr aud Ut selling
ubscrtptlon loks publlshwl. nud llietnollit,.
nnnfr""' "'"o'elrculars. Theywlllcostyou
11 V, M'Uk UUUIilll to JUU.
ltw" y J
P,nT RAW DONE I'lIOtlDATI -l
All others are imitation.
B A UTlI'S
RAW DOM5 (IVI
TnnPTIATE Or w
T U 0 K LEAD
EXCELS ALL OTHER LEAD I
1st. For lis Unrivaled Whiteness,
2d. lor lis llllpniinllivl llnrnlillllv
M. For Its Unsurpassed Covering Property,
Lastly for Its Economy,
3"It COSTS LIMS to paint with Buck Lead
than any other Whllo Lead extant. The same
weight covers MORE SURFACE, Is more DU1V-
AIIUC,HUU luust. witiir.it WUllll,
BUCK LEAD, is the Cheapest and Bert
EXCELS ALL OTHER ZINCS.
.For Its Unequalled Durability,
For Its UnriviilKil Wlillatiffi,.. '
Fljr IIS llIlklirniltiKf.il Ili.VMrlTiv Prnnarlif
being the CHEAPEST, HANDSOMEST, and
most nuuAiH.r. iviille 1'ulul lu the world,
BUfJK LEAD AND BUCK ZINC:
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
Satisfaction Guaranteed by the Manuraotuiers.
. . lt im"l
This Manure Is made or I
Oil of Vitriol, presenting Ihelloy 'yeiiiiai
a highly soluble and aulckly ,stoU
the Ammonia lu such pro 'SlwergI
prompt and vigorous action "ini
v Where llaugh's Phosphate I
past season, tho lndiiaiioii. ", srneaFii
nro that tt will maintain Its will e y,
tlon. We request all Iu need oi a I
give mis uriicie u triui.
B A u a II A s o
office-No SOS. Delaware-
that they keep all the
coal and select
ses. on their
O O A L V,
The undersigned rel''' uf.,uu f
ms of liloomsburg "d 'o MI,u
thev keen all the ultrercni "',.lll0( f
iKttin final iui 1... . "
whuff, adjoining MAc,,'Jo;
Co's Kuruacej wuu ' "i i,sy,
ou the wharr, to stslgh t u"ut'inei
Likewise a horse and wao dupureliaM
i inxB wiiu desire it- As.iney .i ,.ur
amount of coal.they Intenii lo i ,rket i
tide, and sell at the very liforf ,)
call and examluo for ,o0.7' iiV:Sl'M,
lnirelsuwhere. S.'.i's I'M MA1
THE uiuierBlfc'ticil Will 1 ta" ,r
.hrnwe for Coal and proceri". 0, 1 1
Dealers' Orders will be promptly executed by named articles i-Wbeat,
the manufacturers, ' toes, Uird, Ham,Shouldet .tm (1 lcrt.
BUCK COrrAOE COLORS,
Prepared expieasly for Painting
COTTAGES, OUT BUILDINGS or overy descrln
..via. r an, i nun ... J. UJW..b-
ENT COUlltH, Durable, Cheap, Uuiiorm, aud
Sample cards sent by Mall if desired.
FRENCH, RICHARDS 4 CO.,
N, W, Cor, Tenth and Market Streets,
,,' --, .... ..rttM
Eirits. Hay. 40., at l uo. uigiii-' "T., jsrii. I
Grocery Store, adjoining ;"'UE.sPEt,'
Bloomsburg Mr. l.'w-Jy.