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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSEUKG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
AGRICULTURAL & DOMESTIC.
Mr 0. K. Carpontur, of MIclilsTiui, In
tho Watcrn Jlural, ninkiHthn following
sensible remarks on tlio euljint of
ipreodltiK in a mi ro and when :
"In passing through n IWil of corn
ywtcrdny, I noticed a innrliutl dllTor
enco In appcarnnco after passing a cer
tain lino, and upon examination I found
that this difference In nppcurenco ex
tended across tho (lold at n right nnglo
with tho course I was going. At first I
could not mako out tho cauao of tho dif
ference, and whllo pondering over tho
matter It occurred to mo that wo man
ured a part of that fleld last full with
barn-yard nianuro, spreading It as wo
drew It to tho fleld. Tho rost of tho
fleld was manurod during tho winter
and early spring, with manure drawn
directly from tho stables and spro.id
upon tho grounds as It was hauled. I
did not do this for experiment but to
suit our convenience m to work, and
having exhausted our old manure wo
had to nianuro tho balanco of tho fleld
as nbovo stated. Tlicro was no mark
niadu to deslgnato the place whero It
was manured In tho fall, hencott took
Die somo time to And tho division line,
but when I did I found that It corro
sponded exactly with tho lino of differ
enco I had noticed In tho corn. Tin-
aim on tho fill manured ground will
yield I think one quarter more nt least,
besides It Is moro forward and has tho
nppearanco of maturing considerably
earlier than tho other part of tho field
In fact It is nearly all sound at this
date, Sept. 13, whllo tho other part has
much good roastlng-corn In It.
"I havo practiced manuring In the
fall, for corn (spreading Has wo drew It)
for a number of years with the best re
sults, but this is the first time I havo
had an opportunity of seeing the differ
ence of tho two plans of manuring.
Now If 1 wero "Subscriber" I should
scatter that manure as quick as possible
believing that tho value of the mulch
of tho manure upon tho whole surface
of tho ground, would moro than com
pensate for tho loss by evaporation from
tho manure in drying."
Differences In Milking.
Itlsa fact that a poor milker will
spoil almost any cow, and thero aio but
few people who are aware of tho fact
that In tho mero process of milking n
great dlfferenco Is made in tho yield or
a dairy cow. Tho ability to bring a cow
to her largest yield of milk varies great
ly with different milkers, as many per
sons who consider themselves good
milkers are In reality poor ones. It
must naturally follow that unless the
cow Is In a quiet, coutented stato of
mind, and satisfied with tho milker,
that tho usual secretion of now supplies
during milking will not take place. It
Is generally owing to this causo that
cows oftentimes "hold up their milk,"
ss It is termed, and this can not bo ob
viated so long as the cow is In a restless
tato of mind and dissatisfied with
her milker. Owing to the intimate
connection between tho nervous secre
tory systems of tho cow, it should bo
the aim of tho milker to gala her confi
dence and good will by feeding lier
with those things she is most fond of.
By this merodlfferonco in bandllngnnd
becoming thoroughly acquainted with
them-, many cows cau bo mado to In
crease their flow of milk nt least a quart
a week, nnd this too withoutany clmngo
in their food. It makes a great differ
ence In tho mllklngqualltles of a cow as
to who milks hor,nnd how the operation
Is performed, and In Judplng of the
milking qualities of n cow these ques
tions should alwaya bo taken Into con
fideratlon. Mural American.
Tho habit of giving much food in a
short spaco of tlmo to poultry is a very
bad one. If you notice their habits
you will perceive that the process of
picking up their rood under ordinary,
or what wo may call the natural condl
tlon, Is a very slow one. Grain by
grain does the meal get taken, and with
the aggregate no small amouut of sand,
email pebbles ani tho like, all of which
pinning into the crop, assist digestion
greatly. But In the "hen-wife's" mode
of feeding poultry, a great heap Is
thrown down and tho birds aro allowed
to "pegaway" at such a rato that their
crop Is filled too rapidly, and the pro
cess of assimilation is slow, painful and
Incomplete. No wonder that so many
cases of choked craw are met With un
der this treatment. Many other disc i
ses which affect chickens might bo ob
vlated by amateur breeders wero a lit
the precaution taken in eo simple a thing
as' feeding. Regularity In feeding Is al
Abkks in an Apple Orchabd.
The Maryland Farmer, In a talk about
"Wo consider tho ashes of hard wood,
unleached, worth thirty cents per bush
el to mingle with tho soil used in sot
ting apple trees for an orchard, and In
dressing the surface of tho land for tho
space of threo to four feet In a belt
round each treo, extending from the
outer margin of tho wliolo In which
tho trees aro set."
Wo havo found great benefit In plac
ing them on tho surface or tho ground,
near tho trunk of tho trees, for a succes
sion of seasons after they were tet.
Ghoomino IIonsES. Tho grooming
should bo dono In tho gentlest possible
rnantier.partlculnrly on nervous horse.
With tho brush In ono hand, nnd the
curry-comb In tho other, to removo tho
dirt from the brush, go over gently but
thoroughly, overy part of tho horso,
Get tho dirt all out of tho hair, and off
the skin. After tho brushing Is done,
tako cloths nnd rub tho horso thorough
ly, getting up a friction that will set tho
pores to work. It will mako the hair
glossy. Old salt sacks aro tho best rub
bers that can bo used. A supply of these
bould alwaya be kept on hand, clean
and dry. Tho feot should then be wash
ed out and dried.
To Clean Cahpets. A few drops of
carbonate of ammonia In a small quan
tity of warm rain-water will prove a
safe and easy untl-acld, and will change
If carefully applied, discolored spots up
on carpets, and nil pots, wlu thor pro
duced by acids oralkulks. If you have
a carpet Injured by whitewash, this will
Cleanliness Is so necessary to
htul'li that Br. Francis says, if ho ever
rtcomuiendid a cure-ull, It should con
iaUt of a bur of yellow soup.
The Vnlltuit Till I or.
Thero was otir-o upon a tlmo ntt cxco.
Ively proud Princess, who proposed i
puzzlo to overy ono who camo courting
her: nnd ho who did not solvo It was
sent away with rldlculonnd scorn. This
conduct was talked about overy whero,
and It was said that whooverwas lucky
enough to guess tho rlddlo would
havo tho Princess for a wlfo. About
that tlmo It happened that threo Tail
ors camo In company to tho town whero
tho Princess dwelt, and tho two older of
them wero confident, when they heard
tho report, that they should without
doubt bo successful, sluco they had
mado so many flno nnd good stitches.
Tho third Tnllor was nn Idle, good-for-
nothing fellow, who did not underslnnd
his own trndo j but still ho liltewlsu whs
suro of his powers ot guessing n riddle.
Tho two others, however, would fain
havo persuaded him to stop at homo ;
but ho was obstinate, and said ho would
go, for ho had set his heart upon It; and
thereupon ho marched off ih If the
wholo world belonged to him.
Tho throe Tailors presented them
selvo3 before tho Prim-ess, and told her
they wero como to solvo her riddle, for
they wero tho only proper people, sluco
each of them had an understanding so
lino that ono coul 1 thrend a noedlo with
it! "Then," said tho Princess, "It Is
this: I havo a hair upon my head of two
colours: which aro they?"
"If that Is all," Bald tho first man, "It
Is black nnd whlto llko tho cloth which
Is called pepper and salt."
'Wrong" said tho Princess: "now,
second man, try I"
"It Is not black nnd white, but brown
nnd red," said he, "llko my father's
"Wrong again 1" cried tho Princess ;
"now try, third man ; who I sco will bo
suro to guess rightly 1"
Tho littlo Tailor stepped forward,bold
as brass, and said, "Tho Princess has n
gold and silver hair on her head, and
those are tho two colours."
When tho Princess heard this sho
turned pale, nnd very nearly fell down
to tho ground with fright, for tho Tail
or had guessed her riddle, which sho
believed nobody in tho world could
havo solvi'd. As soon ns sho recovered
herself, she said to tho Tailor, "That is
not all you havo to do ; In tho stable be
low lies a Bear, with which you must
pass tho night ; nnd If you aro alive
when I como In tho morning I will
Tho littlo Tailor readily consented,
exclaiming, "Bravely ventured is half
won 1" But the Princess thought hersolf
qulto safe, for as yot tho Baar had spar
ed uo ono who camo within reach of its
As soon as evening camo tho littlo
Tailor was taken to tho place where the
bear lay ; and, as soon as ho entered tho
stable, tho beast mado a spring nl him.
"Softly, softly!" cried the Tailor, "I
must teach you manners" And out of
his pockets he took somo'nuts, which ho
cracked between his teeth quito uncon
cernedly. As soon as tho Bear saw this
ho took a fancy to havo somo nuts nlso :
nnd tho Tailor gave him a hnndful out
of his pocket : not of nuts, but of pebb
les. Tho Boar put them into his mouth,
but ho could not crack them, try nil ho
might. "What a blockhead I am I" ho
cried to himself ; "I can't crack n few
nuts! Will you crack them for me?"
said ho to tho Tailor. "What a fellow
you are 1" exclaimed thoTullor; "with
such a big mouth as that, and can't
crack a small nut !" With those words
he cunningly substituted a nut for the
pebblo which the Bear handed him, and
soon cracked It.
"I must try once more!" said tho Bear;
it seems an easy matter to manage!
.Vnd ho bit and bit with all his strength,
but, as you may bellove, all to no purpose.-
When the Beast was tired, the
littlo Tailor produced a fiddle out of his
coat, and played a tuuo upon It, which
us soon as the Bear heard, he began to
danco in sptto of himself. In a littlo
whllo ho stopped and assed tho Tailor
whether it was easy to learn tho nrt of
fiddling. "Easy as child's play!" said
tho Tailor; "you lay yourleft lingers on
the strlnes, and with tho right hold tho
bow j and then away it goes. Merrily,
merrily, hop su-sa, ol-val-lern!"
"Oh 1 well, if that is fiddling," cried
tho Bear, "I may as well learn that.and
then I can danco as often as I llko.
What do'you think ? Will you give mo
"With all my heart!" replied the
Tnllor, "If you are clever enough; hut
let mo see your claws, they are fright
fully long, nnd I must cut thera n bltl"
By chanco a vico was lying in ono corn
er, on which 'ho Bear lafd his paws,
and the Tallorscrcwed them fast. "Now
wait till I como with tho scissors." Bald
he; and, leaving tho Bear groaning and
growling, ho laid himself down in n
corner on a bundle of straw, nnd went to
Meanwhile tho Princess was rejoicing
to thlnk sho had got rid of tho Tailor.
and esneclallywhon sho heard tho Bear
growling, for slm thouBhtMtwwwlth
saiu'iacuon jor n is pruy. in mo winn
ing accordingly Bho went down to tho
stable ; but as soon as she looked in she
saw tho Tailor as fresh nnd lively as n
fish in water. Bho was much alarmed,
but it was of no uso, for her word had
been openly pledged to tho marriage;
and tho King her father ordered a car
rlago to bo brought, In which sho and
tho Tailor went away to tho church to
tho wedding. Just as they had set off
tho two other Tailors, who wero very
envious of their brother's fortune, went
Into tho stable and released tho Bear,
who Immediately ran after tho carriage
which contained tho bridal party. The
Princess heard the beast growling nnd
groaning, nnd becumo very much
frightened, and cried to tho Tailor, "Oh,
tho Bear Is behind, coming to fetch you
away!" Tho Tailor was up in a in In
ute, stood on his head, put his feot out
of tho window, and cried to the Bear,
"Do you see this vlco? if you do not go
away you shall havo a tusto of it !" Tho
Bear considered him a minute, and
then turned tall nnd ran back; whllo
tho Tailor drove on to church with the
Princess, undmado her his wife. And
very happy thoy wero after the mar
riage, as merry as lurks ; and to tho end
of their lives they lived In content-
A man wlio went fishing Id a pnvuto
poatl coiujilulim Uiut lit) only got cno
Lito.uud tlmt wus Irom a doy whose
muster owns tho pond.
A man bull ig dJisutlafled with tho
bill ot ua cxpreasmun, w&3 allowed to
express hti ftellngs without chargu. j
THE YOUNG FOLKS.
If K SIDN E Y H .
The Kidney are two In number, situated nt
the urper pnrtnf Iho loin, surrounded by fat,
nlul consisting or three parts, vis,.' the Anterior,
the Interior, and the Kiterlor,
The nuterlur nlwurbi, Interior consists of Mi
me or veins, w'hleli servo run depoilt for llin
urine nnd convey It to the exterior. Tho ester-
or Un conductor nlso, terminating In n single
tubo, nml culli'.l tho Ureter. Tho ureleri are
conuecteil with tho blnddert
The bladder I componel of vnrloui coverings
or tlMuei, divide I Into parts, vli.t tho Upper
the Lower, tho Nervous, nnd tho Mucoui. The
upper expcN, tho lower retains. Many have n
deslro to urinate without the ability! others
urinate without the ability to retain. This fre
quently occurs In children,
To euro theio afTeetlous, wo limit bring Into
action tho muscles, which aro engaged In their
various functions. If they aro neglected, Gravel
or Dropsy may ensue.
The reader must nUo be made aware, that
however slight may bo the attack, It Is sure to
aflVct the bodily health and mental powers, ns
our flesh and blood aro supported from these
Ooot, on IliiKUJiiATtlM. Pain occurring in tho
loins Is Indicative of the above diseases. They
occur in persons disposed to acid stomach and
TrtK OrtAVEL. The gravel ensues from neg
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 Is
Irom this deposit that the stone Is formed, and
DnorsT Is n collection of water In somo parts
of tho body and bears different names, accord
ing to the parts affected, vim when generally
diffused over the body.it Is called Anasarca,
when of tho abdomen, Asollot; whon of the
Tiikatment. Helmbold's highly concentrated
compound Extract Buchu Is decidedly one of
the best remedies for diseases of the bladder
kidneys, gravel, dropsical swellings, rheuma
tism, and gouty affections. Under this head wo
have arranged IJysurla, or difficulty and pain In
passing water, Scanty Secretion, or small and
frequent discharges of water; Strangury, or
stopping of water; Hematuria, or bloo ly urine ;
Clout and Ithenraatlsm of the kldueys, without
any change In quantity, but Increase In color.or
dark water. It was always highly recommend
ed by the lato Dr. I'hyslck, In these affections.
This medicine Increases tho power of diges
tion, and excites the absorbents Into healthy
exercise by which the watery or calcareous dep
ositions, and all unnatural enlargements, as
well as pain aud Inflammation aro reduced, and
it is taken by men, women, aud children. Di
rections for use and diet accompany.
1-llir.ADr.LrmA, i-a,, rev. m, iwk.
II, T. ITelmiiold, Druggist: I
Dear Sir I have been a sufferer, for upward
of twenty years, with gravel, bladder, nnd kid
ney affections, during which time I havo used
various medicinal preparations, and been nndor
the treatment of the most eminent rhyslclans
experiencing but little relief.
Having een your preimmttous extensively
advertised, I consulted with my Inmlly 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, nnd, pome qulto Injurious; In fact, I despair
ed of ever getting well, nnd determined to use
no remedies hereafter unless I knew of the In
gredients. It was this that prompted me to use
your remedy. As you advertised that It was
composed of buehu, cubebs, and Juniper berries,
It occurred to me and my physician an an excel
lent co mblnatlon, and, with his advice, after an
examination of the article, und consulting again
with the druggist, I concluded to try It, I com
menced Us use about eight months ago, at which
time I was confined to my room. Fromtheflrst
bottle I was astonished end gratified nt tho ben
eficial effect, aud after using It three weeks, was
able to walk out. I felt much llko writing you
a full statement ol ray case at that time, but
thought my lttproenu-nt might only be tern
porary, and therelore concluded to defer and see
if It would effect a perfect cure, knowing then it
would be of greater value to you and moro sat
isfactory to me.
I am now able to report that a cure is effected
after using the remedy for Ave months.
I have not used any now for three months,
and teel as well In all respects as I ever did.
Your Suchu being devoid of any unpleasant
taste and odor, a nice tonloand Invigorator ol
the system, I do not mean to bo 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 i
Hon. Wr. Uiar.cn, evOovernor. l'ennsyl
Hon. Titos. II. Flouehcx, Philadelphia,
Hon. J, C. Knox, Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon. J. e. Black, Judge, Philadelphia,
noo, D. It. I'ORTKlt. ex-Oovernor, Pennsyl
Hon. Ellis Lewis, Jndge, Philadelphia.
Hon. It. C. GniEK, Judge, United States Court
Hon. O. W. Woouward. Judge, rhlladelphl
Hon. W. A, Porter, City Solicitor, Philadel
Hon John Biolxii, ex-Governor, California,
Hon. E. Danes Auditor General, Washing
ton, D. a
And many others. If ecessary.
Bold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere,
Ileware of counterfeits. Ask for Helmbold's
Take uo other, I'hice-11.25 per bottle, or 0 bot
tles for (6.C0. Delivered to any address. De
scribe symptoms In all communication!.
Address II, T. HELMIIOI.D, Drug aud Chemi
cal Warehouse, 691 Broadway, N. Y.
NONE ARK GENUINE
UNLESS DONE UP IN
STEEL - ENGRAVED WHAPPER
with (sn-slmllt of my Chemical Warehouse, and
II, T. UELMBOLD.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA, &
WKSTEKN KAILUOAD.-Sutiitucr nrMugo
menl, April ll,ll7u, Trulua leaven follow I
Via M, A E. Divls.
Arl New York. (I.v
(c boj llnrclay A,)
via L'en. lilt, of N.J.:
I fhol Llberlu Alt
R tri. I'J.V)
...... water uap.
2. l lo.ua
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Ureat llend... .
Trains do not stop at Slutlons where the Time
At Now Hampton with Central II. It. of N.J.
The Mali and Kxpress trains eastward and west
ward connect with trains for New York, l-:ilza-beth,
I'lainlleld.Somervlllenud other stations.
At Washington Willi Morris .t hssex 11. 11.
Mall and Kxpress trains mako close and reliable
connection with trains lor New York. Newalk,
MtiirlMLnwn. llnvrr. Wiili-rloo. Ilaekeltslown Ac.
At Manunku Chunk with llelvidero Delaware
It. H. Close connections xro nmde by Mall and
hxpress trains, wun irtuns lor I'mittueipuiH,
Trenton, l'lillllpslpurg, Uelvlilere, Ac. lly Train
No. 2, passengers reiich Philadelphia vfu Cam
den, by No. I, via Kensington. Passengers on
No. 4, arrive In riilliidelphlaln tlmo to take the
11 ml it. hi. triLln for ll.nl f morn nnd WHtdltllllton.
At Scranlou with Lackawanna A llloomsburg
A Delaware & Hudson Hall ltoads. Trains ou
llieso roads connect with our trains for l'ittston,
Wlikrs-llarre. nerwick, moomsuurg, uiiuvine,
Olyphnnt, Archbald and Carboudalo.
At lllnKhamton witn Krle Hallway. Mall No:
t com. ecu Willi Kxpress Mall on I-.rio ltallwa,
leaving nt Mi p. in. with a sleeping coach at
tached, arriving at Huffiilo at 0.20 next morning.
Kxpress No. 3 connects with a way train for
Owtgo, Ithaca, and Klmlra.
Albany a Susquehanna Itallltoad. I'our trains
nuay run eacu way oeiwtt-n i.iiigiiaiuiuii imu
Aiuauy. uue leaves uniKiiitiuiuu iu .ovp. in,
mill ni rlvr-H nt Alhnnv lit 11.00 tl. m.
Syiucuse, lllnglimntoii A N. Y. It. II. Trains
for syroeui-e leave nt 7 a.m. and 0.25 p.m. Trains
Irom Hyraeuse arrive at 1Mh. hi. and 8..I0 p. in.
It. A. UHNllY,
W. I". HALLS I'fcAU.
Uen'l I'ass. and Tkt.
NOltTJlEHN OKNTKAL HAiL
WAY. Ou and after June 12th 11-70. Trains nlll
leaveBDNUUHT an follows :
3.13 a.m., Dally to Wllllaumport, for l:liulrn
Caiiuuualgua, Itochester, lluftaln, suspension
uriuue, auu JN. rails.
3.10 p. M., Dallyexcept 8undays)for Elmini am
llullalo via Lrle Hallway from Klmlra.
0.15 i'.M Dally, (except Sundays) for Williams-
11.15 A.M.Daily (except Monday's) for rtaltlmon
WILMINGTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
11.25 P.M. Dally (except Sunday's) for lialtlmon
Washington and I'ulladelphln.
KD. B. YOUNU.
General I'nsr-euger Agenl
Alfheii It. Kiske, (leu'l Supt..
Passenger Trains on thU road -will run os fol
Dep. 8.15 a, ra
Arr, t.50p. m
Dep. 5.23 "
" 4.00 "
" 3.40 "
' 3.32 "
" 2.25 "
" 1.60 "
" 1.40 "
' 1.30 '
' 10.10 "
" 10.-10 "
" 11.47 "
" 12.23 p.m.
" a 05
K. Mahony June.
' 10.40 a.tfc
dine Mauch Cuunk. dine"
- Uel lijoliein, "
I'll 11a. via Hethlehem, '
New York, ft. Liberty St.,
via L. & H. It. It.
C.05 via UAH, It. It, " 0.00 "
ti.i)5 " " L. Valley 11. 11. " 6JU
L. Valley It. 11. -
a.m. Uo-itun, " O.tjO p m
rnssenueM tnkfr (C tho 8.15 train from William
sport, u lit l.uvtt tuohourhlii New York. lor h up
per, auu arrive In linstoii ut 5.0 u.m.. eleveu
litiur- in Htivuuce or uii oiner routes.
New tiny ca.'.'hes necomiMiiy ull trains be
tween WlUlaiiiHport, Few York and rulludcl
iraios run inruugu uy uiivugm,
Monday, Beit. Gth. 1870.
nrt?at Tmnk Una from the North and North
WeBtfor rtiiladelphla.New York, Heaulng 1'ottH
vllle, Tamauua, Ashland, Uharaokln LetmnoL
A Men town, Eauton, Ephrata, LltU, Luncahtei
iramvieuve iiarrmuurts lorni-w luut nn jui
own: At 5;tt. b.10 and 8.f.0 a. in., nno
2,i0 p. m., connecting with similar traliiH ol
renna. liauroaii, and arriving at New lorn a
12,lu, noon, a,6U, and 10,00 p. m. re.pectlvel).
Bleeping cars accompany the 5,33 a in, trains
returning: ieave iew .orsni tf.uua.iu. om
12.U0 noon and 6,00 p. in. Thlladelphla al M
in, and 3.:top. m. Hleeplng curs accompau)
the 5,00 p.m., trulns Irom
Leave JliirrlHburtz lor Heudlnu. 1'otuvllit.
rauQuii, AllnerKVllle, Atihluud, miamokln Al
lentown aud IMiUu'd.ut H.l0u.m..and nnd
4,iU p.m., Ktopping al ieimnon and principal way
stations: the 4,10pm. train connecting lor Phll'u
Pottsvtlle and Columbia only. For Poltsvlllf
Schuylkill Haven and Auburn, via Schuylkill
and Susquehanna Railroad, leave Uarrlsburg hi
lng lor Alleutown, Easton und New York al 7.'
iu.su, iu.ir u. m., uuu i.ia p. in. iieiuruiug, leave
New York al U.ftu a. m.. 12.00 noon und G.IX n. m.
aud Alleutown at7.oa. in. li!. noon, 4Jti am
M5 p. m.
Way i'assencer Train leaves Philadelphia at
7,!i0u,in connecting wltli similar train on Easi
ra. rauroau returning irom ueauiugaiuup.in
stopping at all slutlouH,
iitiive I'oiiHviue ul o.n'auu u.uu u.m..uuu i'-w v.u.
lier nil on ni 10.00 a. m,, bhamokiu at 5,4Uand Jl,5
u. in,, asuiuuu ui 7,oj a.m. auu u,wuoou juuu
anoy City ul 7.51 a. m. und 1.17 n. m. Turn uuu a at
8, 14 a. in., and p, ni.lor Philadelphia sm
Leave I'ottsvllle via Hchuylklll and B usque
haunu Ratlroiul atH.15 a.m. tor liarrisbum. an
12A noon, for Pine Urove and Tiemont,
ibetujiug Auuouiuiouaiiou iruiu jL-ttvei luuif
vllle a 150 a, m., pussi-s iteadmg A17.X0 a. m.,tti
riving ut Philadelphia at lu.-jj u. m. ReturnlUk
leaves f hllaxlelphia at 5,16 p. in., passing Head
lug ut 8.00 p.m., arriving at 1'utuvuiu ul O.iO p.ui
Pottslowu Aecomiuouutiou lium:leuesrotU
town at ti,i5 a.m.,, returning, leaes Phlladelphi
ut 4,nu p.m.
Columbia Railroad Tralus leave Reading i
7,'sXj a,m aud 0-15 p.m. for Ephrata, Litis, lancs
Perklomeu ttall Road Trains leave 1'erkiouit.
Junction at 7.JU v,U6 a. ju.,3.0') d U3)u,xu. return
lun teuve Scl.uenk (.vllle at 0.30, ti.lu a.m., l&Su
uooa ft 1.40 p.m., conueutlng with similar train
r tteadiuie itallioad,
Coiebrookdaluliuliroad trulus leave PollsUivvt
at VAM a. m and O.0 p. nj.,retuiulug leave Muuu
Pleutiantut 7.uuaud ll.'6u. iu., cunnueOn; wii
Similar trulus on Ueudlng Ituliroud.
Chester Valley Ualliuuu lialns leave Hiuike
portal h,!J0tt. m.und ui.d6.t'Jp. iu. returulUK.
leave Downington at G.iW a. in., lv.45 noou anu
6.15 i. in., conneitlug with fclmilur trait h ot
Hi ad i ii Kali road.
On Suuduys, leave New York at 5,00 p.m., 1'uli
phtuut b.uo a.m. and 3,1S p.m., (the b(ooa.iu. trail
llunlsburg ut 6.35 u. m. uud -t.10 p. m. and
leave Alleutown ut7.2ju. in. uud8.r p. m.,uuu
Ueudlng at 7.15 a.m, und 1U0& p. m, lor llatnv
burg, at 7.1Ma. m.for New York, at 1.15 p. in, loi
Alreutown, and ut M0 a. in, und 4.i3p. n
Commutation, Mileage. Senison. School .uk
Excursion Tickets to und Irom ull polnU.fi le
liagguge checked through; 100 pounds ullowe
G. A, NICOLLS,
Reading, Pa, Sept. 10 1670.
LACKAWANNA AND BLOOM
On anil 1 tut Jul) 6, 1671', Passenger Trains will
Going North. OolunHoulh.
Arrive Arrive Ltuve Leavi
p.m. A.m. p.m. u.m
Kcmulon 8,41) 12.M h:m 7,
riltlou..... H.1I 11.4 WJ 7.1K
Klunslou ......... 7.15 11.10 4.15 H.2
1'lyiuoulh .. 1M 111.(6 4.,'M f.il
Hhickslilnuy..., BJa 11.19 6.17 KUV
llerwick d.na U.'M sa'i V.H.
liloom 5.k 1I.VI ii. is Ki.c.
Duuvllle...... ....... 4.iu 7.15 M ll'.M
Leave Leuvv Arrive Arrlv
NorthM v 4.1J (1.40 7.V5 ll.'
L'ouneetlon made utHcraiiton hv the 10.4Uu.iii
Irui i tut Ureat lleud, lllnui umloii, AlLuiiy uui
all points Norib. l.u.l uud Wr.t.
l-HOM I'lllLADKLI 11IA TO HI.UOllHUUllC
aud Intermediate oluts. Goods forwarded wltl
cure aud dtiuteh uud ut low rates.
Goods, at Philadelphia, miut be dellvereu hi
llllntr a lo's. .11 Market btrtet, For lull par
JAIO BCI1UVLEK. Proprietor.
Aug. iXVOMf.. It. Depot, llloom.burg.K
Nutly oxcated sit this Offlcs
i.nnn u-tr.1. Mta PAttlTflANV I'UimnN
producing a Preparation allowing half us many
living genuine permanent cures as Dir. Mti.kii.h
VrrihTAnLK Ititr.tiMATto Hemeiiv. Tho ;cieii
1 1 fin prescription nf Prof. JO-.I Klrlirlt, M D.,
ono of Philadelphia's otd.st regular Pnvsielans,
who hns mado ltneumntlsin a specialty 37 years,
permanently curing with this Hemedy 0.5 In
every IW patients 'I rented so warranted under
oath, from Iteglstered cnses.nrfsult unparallel
ed, ltlsn pleasant Medicine, freo from Injur
ious Drugs (sworn voueners irom iiemiwneu
Prominent Physicians Indorsing Dr. Kltlcr ac
company each bottlei. To protect sunVrers from
riSK, illegal gunrflnicf"i'iii'x im-im--i w.
warranted to (Jure will b forwarded without
chat-no many person sending by letter n mil.
truthful description of case In case of fill I ore
to cure, tho amount wild will bB refunded. Price
11.5,1 per I nt lie) 0 hollies 50. Medical advlco
spot liv letter gratis. Address 1)11. Kiri.llll,
OfflcoNo.at) xoiith KOI! ITU Strct-t. Ptillidel
phln.or No. 70 11 ROADWAY, N. V. Sold ur
obtfitnil liv druggists,
OW TO CURE CONSUMPTION,
tup. tiiit.r.ent'itv ov nit. HCirnxciCH
tillKAT MKDK2INEH. Will people never learn
to know that a diseased liver and Htoruach nee
enarf ly disease the entire system? Tho plainest
iTJncipies oi com moil wuiit ti-Hi-ii iiu. imu ,c
iiiornum himdredit who ridicule the Idea, and
continue in tho course which almost Inevitably
hrlnsri them prematurely lo tho grave. MvlnK
us thomtijorlty of people do, at complete vari
ance, with tho laws of nature. It muM bo nnpiir
ent to all that, sooner or later, nature will re-
venflo nerseii. iienc wo nun mui. i'im h
Indulge to excess In the ue of very rich or lndl
esituhi fthiil or lntoxlcnttiig drlnki. invariably
pay a neavy penalty in inueuu. mo muui.-u-u
ltiMmiw4 illMnrdired and refusen to act: the llvei
f.ilUto porfonii Its functions, dyspepsU and Its
nttendanl evils follow, and still the sutrerlns in
dlvlduals persist In cllnj;tnti to the thoroughly ex
ploded Ideas of the past. lr. HUIIUNCK'.S mnl
Ictties aro recommended to nil Mich, Tliev b-lnir
suro aud certain relief wnei over they areu-ed
ns dlreited, and all that Is necessary to establish
thPlr romitnl rut wlttirVLTV III I III tf inHnurwo-
ninti In tho land Is a fair and impartial trial of
them. Let those who are skeptical ou tins point,
nnd who havo permitted Interested persons to
prejuuice mem tiKmusi uieu how cciuuiuu'u
rem-dles lor Consumption, dUcard their preju
dices, and bo governed by tho principles or rea
son nml romintin hrnNi. If the bvstelil Is dtsor-
iiPi-mi iltnpiti liiinnii.tti iilnncases out often
the seat r ihe uisonler will be round In the
Mtoiunch and liver. To cleanse and invigorate
the stomach aud tostltuulate the liver to neaitny
fcCHENClC'S MANI1RAKE riLLS. The dally
Increasing demand for these pills Is tho best evl
tlenceor ihelr value. Thousands upon thousands
nf iifivf nm nnt ii.tilf. W'hv? Nlmniv because
they act piomptly and einclently. Invalids who
may not tlud It couven ent to call on Doctor
HC1IKNCIC In person aro Informed that full ami
complete direction lor uso nccompauy each
package oT tho
1 M A'N l.ltA K t. Plf.T.M. PIILMONIfl HYRU
A N I) HI!A WKKH TilNKl-Tlieso medicines Will
enro consumption unless the lungs are so far
goue that tho patent is eutlrely beyond the
le.fh of medical relief.
It may be asked by those who are not familiar
Willi too virtues oi ineso great reinemes, -now
no hr. f ClIUNCIi'H medicines eltect their wou
der fill cures ot ronmiHintlmi?"
The answer Is a hlmpio one, They begin their
work of icstoratlon by brlmtlu iho Htomacu
liver nnd bowels luto an active neaitny couui
tlon, ll Is food that cures this formidable dis
ease. hCIIKNCKt M Nl)HAKh 1'ILLS acton
llin llvprnml hlomnch. nrnin linn accretion, ail
rr.niiivltitr ! I in Inht nml mIIiiih whTeh llRVO rchlllt
ed irom tho lunctlveor torpid condition of these
ill gttlin, UiltJ 111 IIIW 1 NlCiH t;Cllt;i(IIIJ . liuoniuri
.rL.Ui t.iiitn nt tlif luiiiv. initl the PDiuenuciiLilC'
ruinnliitlfiti nf tho imhpiilthv substaucHS mimed
pretut tlio proper dlgeHtion of lood, and, as a
nutural t'ousequence, creates uisease, wnicu re
suits in prosttail'.mind finally In de-tth.
vIh:n(m;'h piti.monio hyuui and kha
WELD TONIC, when taken regularly, mingle
with tho food, aid tho digestive organs, make
eond rieh blond, and as a natural coDseuueilce,
ulve llesh Hiid Mtrenirth to the nutlent. Let the
lacuhy hay what lima v. this is tho only true
cure for consumption. I xn 'Hence has pioved It
beyond tho shadow of a dtbt,and thousands
nroio-day alUeand well waoa lew years since
were regirded as hopele- eaes, but who were
Induced to try Dr. hUIIKNCK'rt remedies, auu
wert ri'tdmpil to nennatitTit health by their lite
One of tho tlrst steps the physician should lake
with a consumptive patient Is to invigorato the
system. Now how is this tobu dono? Certninl
not by giving medlciH that exhaust nnd ener
vate medic-lues Hint Impair instead of improve
tho luuctiona of tho digestive organs. Doctor
fcjCHKNClv'8 medicines cleanse tuestnmach and
now els of all substances which are -.nlcuIated to
Irrtlnln ur u-onlftm lliptn. Thnv create an UIHIO-
tlte promote healthful dlgebtlon mako good
blood, and, as a consequence, they Invigorate
ami hirengiueu me enure bj meni.unu wiumio-D-iiillv
tlin.n tin r I 4 which are illMPated. If till
cinnol bo done, then the case iiiuxt be regnniod
as a hopeless one.
If tho physician finds It Impossible to mako a
PATlKNT FKHi HUNOuv, If tlio disea&ed person
cannot panake of gool nourishing lood and
pruperiv uigeni ii, ii is uupoatiuiu mui. nu
gain in nesn anu sirengiu; anuuiH equany mi
tiitssitiln ti hrmrr a. nutient to this condition si
long as the liver Is burdened with dUeased bile,
and the stomach laden with unhealthy slime.
Almost tho til st request made to the physician
bv a eonsumnlive nutient Is that lie will me-
scrlbe medicines that will retuovo or alluy the
rough, niglit sweats aud chills, which are ttie
suiu attendants on consumption. Hut this
should not, bo done, as Ihecoumi Isunlv an elloil
id nature loielievo itsilf, ami the night sweats
aud chilU are caused by the diseased lungs. Th-
remcuies oruimiruy piescrioeu uo more nuriii
thhu good. They Impulr the Junctions of lln-
sioiuacn, impeue ueauny uigesuon, anu aggra
vate riii ne r inuu cure ine uisease.
Thero Is, after all, nothing llko facts with
which to substantiate a position, and It lsunon
tacts that Dr. HCiIh.NPK relics. Nearly all who
nave laaen uih meuicino in accoruauce wuu in
din ctlous have notonlv been enredof consumn-
lion, but. from tho lacl that these medicines act
with wondenai power uihju the digestive orgau
natlents thus cured enecdllv ualn ilesb. Cleans
lug the system or all Impurities, they lay the
Inundation lor a solid, substantial structure.
KesLorlu these nrirttns to health, thev create an
appetite. The food is properly assimilated; the
quantity of blood is not only Increased, but is
muuo nen anu strong anu in mo jaceui sucn u
condition of the system nil disease must be ban
ished. Full directions nccomnnnv each of the medi
cines, so that it is not absolutely necessary that
patients snoumt-co Dr. mjju-uii
unlessthev desire to haothelr lumrs examined,
For this jmrpo.se he is at his principal ollice. No,
15 North Sixth St.. corner ol Commerce. Phila
delphia, every Saturday, from 0 A, M. until 1
Advice is clven without rhanre. but for
thoiough examination with thu Resplromcter
ijiu cnurgo ih o.
Price of tlie Pulmonic Syrup nnd Seaweed
juuio eacu, 91.00 ner uotiie. or c.uun nau uueu,
muuruKo mis j cents a nox,
For saloby ull
gOMETIIIKG NEW I
The unilerslunrd would herebv trlvo nollpp
Hint ho has lust completed A K1K-.T CLAS
Hi; Alt1!:, and thut lie has t he fHPllltles for carry,
lui! on the buBluckS ol UNUEUTAKING lu all
IN OIT 1 BTYLU.
lie lmB eueflKed experienced persons who will
tako charge of ihe bodies ol the deceased as soon
ns they shuttle of this mortal coll," and attend
In washlni; them, shaving, dresslnir, Ac. hhrouds
furiished also to order. At much expense ne
has also procured an ' v '
In which bodies can he preserved Inncleanh
and dry vi ntiltlon. ('urrlui:ea lurnlshetl for fu
iieral occasious. In short, he Is prepared to tuki
churtu of a corpse lmmedlaiely after death, and
save Irlends nnd relatlvesall further trouble lu
reuaru to iu
lie ulso carries on the business of
Upholsterlne In all Its branches, repairing furni
ture, reseating cane bottomed ilmtrs, Ac. &c
Place of business on Iron htrei-t, below Main.
Tills m UlH MIlIRt t lKiriilH.li l.nu.ll ailipir.wr Lbl
discover! d, and euru ull humori from the worst
iM-.f'fiiu io a riuumuii r.rujni(m. timpiet an"
liloicheton theacc. and icaly or rvuffb tkin. which
are such anuovlmr blenilsheu to manv vnunu
persons, yield to the use of a few bottles of llil
wonderful medicine. FrornonetoeluutlHittles
euro Salt Jihrum. .Vnpelar, Acald Head, Jliuu
Worm. Hoilt. hcalu Jirvptloni of tht akin, AcrtyWu
buret, Ulcers anil "CunAT,, In the Mouth and atom,
uch. It Ik n pure medicinal extract of native
roots und plants, combining inhnnnonu Nature's
must .uvureisii curaine proiiemes. wuicu uou
lias tnslllled Into tho vegetable kingdom for
heullng the sick. It Is a great restoier fur the
strength und vlenr of the system. Thfise win.
uie lai guid, sleepless, ha veftmou apprehen-tloiu
it ifnrs, or any m ine iiuectiuns syiiipMtiuuuc. ol
uruAiieif. will find cnuvlnclnir evidence of lis
islurutlvn mwiruioh trial. If you feel tluf,
drouty, lUllluuted and dttivndvnt, nave frcrjueiii
jivwiucnc, mourn iunttouuiuux ine morning, ir
ttyulur uwttit and tonoue coated, you are sutler
li'glrom TonM IAvtrm "lhhoutntit." In maui
cases ol "Liter twnplaint" only u part of these
sjiiiiloius re ririieureu, as a reineuy lor an
such cssts. Dr. Pierce's Golden Uedlcal Dlseuv.
ry has no equal us It effects perfect rures. leav
Ihglhe liver strengthened and htalthy. For the
uie oi iiuunuai constipation of the Bowels It
Is a never fallluit reineuv. anil those who tmve
uittin niriuis puipose are loua in us praise,
in Jlronchial. Throat anil Luna Diieaut.ll has
iroduced mauy truly remarkable cures, where
other medicines had failed, bold by drugslsts
hi ti.vj per uouie, rrepareu at tne uueiuicai
It, V. PIKltL'H U, U.
Dry Gooda & Notions.
j"EW STOCK OF CLOTHING.
Kreiu arrival of
Invites attention to hU stock nf
CHEAP AND FABH10NA11LE CLOTHING.
at his store on
Main Htreet, two doors above tho American Housp
whero ho has Just received from New York nnd
Philadelphia a full assortment of
MEN AND IJOYS' CLOTHING,
Including: the most fash Unable-, durable, and
IlOX, HACK, ROCO, GUM, AND OIL-QLOTH
of alt sorts, sizes and colors, Uo has also replen
ished his already large stock of
ALL AND WINTER 8HAWL8,
HTRIPED, FIGURED, AND PLAIN VESTS
SHIRTS, CRAVATS, STC
SUSPENDERS, AND FANCY ARTICLES
lie nas constantly on hand a largo and well-se-
ected assortment of
CLOTHS AND VESTINGS,
which he Is prepared to mako to order Into any
kind of clothing, nn very short notice, and in the
best manner. All his clothing Is made to wear,
and most of It Is of homo manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
nt3erydcscrlptlon,flnennd cheap. His casool
ewelry is notsurpassed'.ln UilsTplace. Call aud
xamlne hlsgeneral assortmcn of
CLOTHING, WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.
O. M A K It
havejustrecclved from tho eastern markets
largo und well selected stock of
Pest blenched A
All wool flannels,
A good stock of
Ladies dress goods.
Latest styles A patterns,
Splees of all kinds,
Good stock groceries,
Wood A willow ware,
Flour & Chop,
Also Kitchen Crystal Soap for cleaning Tin.
urnsM,occ. ivii gouus noiu cneapiur casn or pro
He would call tho attention of buyers to his
well and carefully selected assortment which
comprises everything usually kept In the coun
fry, fceltug confident that he can sell them
joods nt such prices as will ensure satisfaction.
Nov, Cca-tf C. C, MARR.
UY THE BEST.
1' . 'arlSiM
0 . . tJ.$t:.i&J!S
THE IlEI) LION BItAND.
BIACE A Ii P A C A
ih btiperlnr In nil others In folor, quality autl
M. P. LUTZ'S
tiuw bulldlui: uext to the Court lluuttp. Mai
sitrnel, llloomsburg, i'u. mayla 70-tr.
fKESll AKHIVAL Of
Tne subscriber has tust returned from the cities
witn auother large aud select assortment of
FALL Ai.lJ WINTKH GOO!,
ourcbased In New York and Philadelphia al the
i went ngure.uud wulcli he It determined to sel
n us moderate terms us can be procured elst
mere lu Uloomsliurg. Ills stock comprlsos
LADIES' UUEXH GOOIJS
if the choicest styles and latest fashions, tosetbei
itn a large assortment of Dry Goods and Orn-
erles, consisting of the following articles
Hoots nnd Hnoes,
Hats nnd Caps
AND NOTIONB GEN RALLY,
in snort, everything usually kept In connto
(lores, to wnicn ue Invites the attention of th
pnbilo generally. Tne highest price will be palr
tor country prouuee in exchange for goods.
B, II. MILLEIl & BON.
Arcade Buildings, Bloomsburg, Pa.
EVEN REASONS WHY
I.i the Rust Liniment in tub Would
First, ItlBcomnosedof the most powkrfui.
win i r.pinAi iisi iiuuiiiM Known iu unerninir ,
HuooNn. Com blued with the above 1, a Mt-ni-cinal
Oil, made expressly for thin Liniment
nnd mixed by an entirely new m-ocean.
Till !, Tlie ut.e or the jiowerfut and penetrating
InuredlentH 1m to drive nr fore lu thix liHiintitiii
Mkdicinal Oil, which lubricities the jnlnu and
mu.cleH. nnd Imiuedlolely throtlleM the dlueafte,
aud compels It to loosen Uh deathly, sickening
and poittonouH funs.
Kouhtii. This MvdicinalOil Is ued for the
-time reason that n good merhnnlo always uses
oil to make ids machtuery work with chab and
nrecUlnn, Koin the same way tho muncleitand
Joints of our animals thould Go lubricated If wo
viii in uuve uieui iruvei wuu rapiuiiy and eae,
KlFTlI. i t lU Verv KDfllhtnir lit lUnndnn
not burn or hlUter ttie animal like most of the
n d hot" liniments nf the day.
wjxni, 101 ono drop ol tincture ofcayenn
nr roil npnnpr i-nn Im fonml In iiu r.ui t,...
for wo hold that no llnlmeut can ho ell. live
which burns and blisters the autmal until the
muscles aie hard and dried almost to a crisp.
Ueyentii, Kvery boi tie is waukanted to iiive
. . . 1 U u uiuuuy win uo reiunu
3d. This shows cnnclUHlvplv iKaliIia nrm.i-u.
arn have full confidence in this preparation,
.iQd piovt-s lor thetsevudh lime thut O, K.H.H,
ia mt? iirni jj'iiiiut'iiv in in) woim ior c-orsen,
9 IT Don't allow Vour Alerehnnt in iinlm nir tvs.
lure of Jted J'tivur ami MWidnrti -.i.
on you, but uih jor Q. K, f. tf.er JIurici, ana take
WMMM '"'II IH ill UKVIIlHi
I). O, OAHKY A L'O.. Holo Proprietors.
Tne undersigned would respectfully announce
to the public that h. uaaupeuetl a
FIliaT-CLAHS CONFKOTIONElty HTOUE,
In the building lately occupied by Fox A Webb
iioia u. la iepartiUHI luruisu all K1UUS Of
t'UAIN 4 FANOY CANDIEH,
FUKKIUN cX IJOMKHTIO FltUITB,
NUTH, HAIMNbJ, AC, 40., C.
UY WllOLSHALK O It BSTAIL.
In short, a fall assortment of all gids In
lis line of business, A great variety of
DOLLH, TOVB, 4c,
suiubleforthe Holidays. Particular attention
B1IBAU AMI) OAK KB,
of all kinds, fresh every day,
A oall Is soltoltsd. and saturantinn
Dry Goods & Grocorioa.
1 r fin a sin jiih
FALL AND WINTEU OOODH.
FALL AND WINTEU UUUDH,
FALL AND WINTEU OOOItH,
FALL AND WINTEU O001JH,
FALL AND WINTEU UOODS,
1 1 ATP
1 A)0 U I N O-O LAHHEH
l'AINTB AND OILS,
PAIN'IS AND OI1H,
PAINTH AND OILS,
PAINI'B AND OIUS,
PAINTS AND OILB,
U AUD WAKE, ,
.ncivr-jijv i ,
Northwest corner ot Main and Market Streets,
Xn7thwcst corner of Main and Market Htreets,
Northwest corner of Slam und Market Htreets.
Northwest comer of Main and Market Htreets.
Northwest corner of Main aud Market Htreets
IKON AND NAILS,
IKON AND NAILS,
IHON AND NAII.H,
IHOS AND NAIIJJ,
IKON AND NAILS,
In larize nnantltles and at reduced rates, alwav
THE SUBSCninEIt HEREBY
gives notice, that lie still continues the
WHEELER'S PATENT RAILWAY
CHAIN HORSE POWERS,
and Is acaln In the fleld for the llsrvest nf 14T0.
and Is prepared to lurulsh runners with tho
most reuauie juacuiucs oucrcu to tne public.
I Ulso blllld DOIIIlLrOEAIir.ll.TArtiH tn nt
tach to the rod of u four-horse Iver Power.lo
attach my lhrcshersto. Three horses will do
me same amount oi inn suing with t disarrange'
uic.it, vuub mui win wiin uuy uiner inresueri
I am nlso Agent to sell WHEELEH'B COM
lii'.u iiiiii3ji;itanu winisowEKS.
For further particulars or for tho purpose o
J. M. IIULSIHZEK,
Light Street, Col. Co.,
THE HYPERION IIAIK
KTIt.LE FOll THIS
( Ji(oieil July Wn.lKiT.)
This Curler Is the most
prrlect lnveution ever or-
lerrii io me miouc. ii jc
easily operated.neat In ap
pearance, UUU Will UUt 111'
ture tho hair, ns there If
mi heat renulretl. nor any
nielnlllekubstanco used to
rust or nreitk tno nuir.
Mau'ifactured ouly nnd
MCMILLAN 4 CO.
No 03 North Front Hired
Hold at Dry Goods, Trimmings and Notion
N. 11. Slnizle Box 15 cents: 3 Boxes. assorted
sizes, 63 els. Mailtdree to nuy port of the unit-
eu ninies, upon receipi oi inu inuiiey.
3 llsrclsj W.. Jt.T. or 38 W. 4lh St.. flnr Isnst 1. 0.
If thev want tha mrMrhntiiilnr.nil iui Lniirnn
SUlncrlptlon books Published, and themo(i6.
" th'f' Hfnilrorc'rculais. Theywlllcoityou
I . J W. IVU IA iiv 11 b IU J U ll.
LLEN & NEEDLES,
42BODT1I Dr-LAWATK AVENUE, I'lllLAlir.I.l'IllA
EHTAULIhllrD IN 181?.
Continue the manufacture of their old standard
SUPER PHOSPHATE OP LIME.
Both of which are sold nt Iiw Puica, highly
remunerative to the Fahmeuoh Dealkk.
SEND FPU ClUCULAIt.
NO. 1 PERUVIAN QUANO,
(Genuine aovo-umenl from Chlncha and Cluau
Pure Calcined, and Laud Plaster. Hydraullo'Ce
meut, Caudles, and a lull assortment ot Huiin
INu A si (la ka si no tin a at lowest inarketiutes.
A DISCOUNT TO DEALEUS.
Should the dealer near you, not keep our arti
cles, snul your orders to us aud they will ricelve
For H-le by the Bloomsburg Irou Co,
Twelye Years z Wild Indjans ttf, Plains.
The wild udvenlures anil thrilling usiciiehccs
of UeorR. p, Ueldou, who, Ilreil wltli a thirst for
a knowledge ur the red men, their iporfr, tradl.
tiont, wart, great buffalo hunlt, dc, left a liume of
luxury, sought uud Joined the lndlaus, became a
famous u'urrlor, Auiifer, aud finally chief of 10J
ludaes. Thlsuewwork replelo with stirring re
rllalsof real Iudlan IIfe,tiarlTii;ifeedr,ialr'rrudA
sacarsw. urnunrm icenrf, &c.. on tinted paper, 70
spirited eueravlnga, one ot author in hunter's
dress, will be wgerly sought for and reud with
avidity. II, wide awake aud send early for illus
trated sample page, circular. l,rms and cholae
Held. A. If. UUIlllAltD, Puullaher,
Hardwaro & Cutlery.
JAcon K, Hmitii.
gHITH A SEIiTZElt
iraportersand Dealers in Foreign and D001,
HARD W A 11 E,
OUNB, OUTLEUY, 40
NO. -109 . xntKI. HTKEKT, An.CAI.LOWmu
Nov. 22, 67-tf.
M. O. SLOAN 4 BHOTlIFn
Havo on linnd nntl forsaleatlhomodt rcanona.
bio rates a splendid stock of "uo.
and every description of Wagons both
PLAIN AND FANCY
warranted to bo mnde of the best nnd moil ilnr
able materials, and by the mnsi txnprlpr,V.,i
workmen. All work sent out from the ..i.k
llshinellt will ho found to benftlm l,li,., ,?D'
and sure to give perlect satisfaction, Thevhvl
nlso a lino assortment of '
of all the newest nnd most isshlonable strip,
well and cnrefully made nnd of tho best matt?.
An Inspection of their work Is nsktd ns iti
believed Hint none superior can he found in tin
LIPE INSURANCE COMPANY
Pliny Freeman, President, H, C. Freemau.P
Cash caplul over Ji,000,000,all paid.
J. B. ROBlSON.BLOOIllSBUKO.I'A
For Lurcrne, Lycoming nnd Columbia
J- N S U R A N C AUENt'l,
North America eou
Farmers' Danville fiui.m
Albany city (uu.iu)
Lancaster City , ao,"0
York Horso, Death & Theft.....
Home, New Haven l.v'AI
Danville, Horse Then
FUEAH BUOWN, (irnl,
mutil)-ly. nLooMsntmo, Tx
BEST, PUKEST, AND CHEAPEST!
SATISrACTION OVA UANTEml
For Whiteness. Imrai illl v. nml llrllltiin-
cv. It has no enuiil.
BARK Ell, MOORE & MEIN,
T. MOIIIUH PEUOT A CO.
Hole Proprh tors, Philadelphia, I'n.,
Dtaleis In all kludsof
DUUOH, OILS. PAIN1S, (1I.AS.,
DYCllOHS, AC, .C.
Caoti on. Owing to the popularity ol
IIII..I X-..H......1 ri.ii.. I .ml "nttlpr
narlles linve In . u Inituii d tootlera sliU
linn, nrllnlam ilD.ll.a.ntiisltumP. 1 litre-1.
lore uouuru oi iounierieiis, ine r""
Ine Is put up In extin heavy tin paint
nnlu will, imlnnl ml nlllft ivfm ll.llldlph. h
und the namool
BARKER, MOORE & MKIN,
On each lnbel,
For sale by
AUMEItSI EXAMINE AND BUl
1 lllHr 1AW UUU. iiiusiiin..
All others aro Imitation.
This jfiinur is nuiile ul Pnw or it
Bones, rich lu Nllrogtiious mailer. dlW'l)l
Oil of Vitriol. presentliiB tho Uoue Phospliatj
nhlghly soluhloand MUlckly nviilloblefurinsi
the Aiiimonla lu such proportion as tninson:
promnt and vigorous action upon the cri'i's
wiiem iiniicii'H I'lirsiiiiiiio wiin iii'i"""..
pnsi seus'in , i no inu it ii i urns, w,ln,,uv j ' 'pU
Uio lllltl ll win llll.lllinill lin nn; ,iti.ur '
tlon. We f quest nil lu need of a tertlUK'
give this article a trial.
B A u a II & SONS,
Orvicx No M S. Delaware Avonue,
portance. Written Irom n high moral ai ' i
nioglcal standpoint, by on eminent J fttin
working out his subtle nnd uaugero"" "; ,
thrmigh our most sncrfd domes! To anil sotiji
latlous. Puio-mlnded.but outsiaiken an" "
gresslvo. tne aulhoi hniulleMheilellcalfsu rj
AO A L Y A H
XI THE nnuersigneii respeenu , .- - ur,
coal and se el-led lump coal lor siuiu.. o i 1
r". ' . ' ..r- iimiiuiu.i-"
on me uliurl. 10 n.iifii i-oai. i'e'..
those who desire It. As lbey l;u,'"5Viriri
tlele.an.Uelliitthe very 'oVVreVr'
rail auu rniiinie 101 , , ,sri iS'ltHlll' I
lug elsewhere. u1H,j,?J,WAbuS.
r 1 1 1 m: iiiiriDrHiiriii-ii -. - ,,. .
I change lor Coal and Groceries, tue ,
I ii'eiro --,.-
J. W. H EH ""
1 1 lounlnrg Mar, muu-iy.
s-. ft m r l) T)
UV U II 11 I, , ,. J
MIHLElfS IIEUB nlTTI.W.
This celebrated tonlo und l"1',Mf hculi
state, ltwril thoroughly ernd j;te. Jt
matter from the blood, cleanse tll J,Y " f tin"1
fereut orguns of tho human b "JJ'i.fjr !
Gnat Blood Purifier and lufat I"". " 0ui'
Dysiiepsla, Cholera. Crumps In "18, l0,at'
Headache lesultlug from u derange d,p' a
uud ulso that harassing l '"VS.afi! i"rts ul
lllll'iusuc, . ',".- -IVL-riha MlbHV
ilEUM 111 ITElfor their PaJunw)uceihoi'
wl with these diseases, should 'fiBnJ
enilci.1 that thla Pioprlewry rou)pouni0,,
medicine upon which they we1'''
enumerated above. Bold by aliuruss"
trenled of mthoulgtmet, out in '""""fr:1
not to nili.lsterKiapiurlent furiosi j.
fi! Jt limitation ojlhc ' '"" huirVi i
enlisting the Interest and syiiipalli) f'
luiiiuiiturnpisis, aim i uii '""'"i ;'nnr,u,v
III contrlLutototliatend Justin pi
It hns readers. A cl cular sent fice 5 ,
lull ilescrlptlon and sj "rj't"'.'''?.. H.l'i
liberal exlniets. 0. F. VEN r. V,.', ' v
wis Uellar per boiue.