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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
AGRICULTURAL & DOMESTIC.
Tho best tttno to comtnoiico fattening
ia in tho months of September, Octobor
nnil November, nnil tbo worst hi Do
comber, ,Tnntmry nnil February. A cer
tain amount of footl Is neces.nry to keep
tho nnlmnl warm when tho thermome
ter U at zero. All this Is saved when
It rtrtmls between thirty nnil sixty de
grees. In nddltion to this, tho absolute
loss of food by freezing to tho spout
nnd trough, and tho Inevitable mlxturo
with snow and slush, Is never loss (or
dinarily) than flvo per cent., not to say
nnythlng about tho troublo and cost
of continually tlmwlng frozen swill,
and bringing it to tho tompcraturo thnt
It will ho mostaccoptablo to tho uncom
fortable ami semi-torpid animal.
Tho eastern method is to commonco
fattening by boiling potatoes, pump
kins, apples or other vegetables, and
mix a llttlo bran, shorts or provender
with the cooked vegetables when hot,
thus thoroughly cooking tho meal. It
is then placed In tubs or vats, and al
lowed to slightly ferment, when it Is
ready for uso. Tho amount of meal is
gradually increased till near killing
tlmo, when meal well cooked is given
Tho meal Is composed of oats, buck'
wheat and corn, or any coarso grain, or
of any two of them, generally finishing
with corn meal alone. Thus treated,
they fatten ranch faster than on dry
corn and at much loss expense. It costs
moro labor, but at a season when it can
be well spared, and it is well recom
Tho English system is still more di
versified. They uso all kinds of vege
tables potatoes, turnips, carrots, beets,
peas, beans, barley and oats; Tho
grains steamed or ground ; tho vegeta
bles cooked and mixed with slop from
tho house, dairy, distillery, browery,
etc. Even grass and clover Is cut and
mixed with tho feed, and almost overy
substance of light cost and any nutri
ment is nicely prepared and finds a
ready market In tho maw of tho om
A celebrated English breeder give tho
following directions : givo them a vari
ety of meal, such ns wheat, nialzo, bar
ley, and whatever Is most couvonlont
to mix together. Ilavo it all wotted
with hot water, and sprinklo it with
salt. What is mixed one day is used
tho next, thus giving sufficient tlmo to
allow tho food slightly to ferment, and
cool sufficiently to feed with. This Is
our winter plan, but in summer wo
mix all with cold water, and feed with
cold food. Between meals give them
wholo maize, and mangold wurtzel or
swedes cut small, a little coal and soil
occasionally, and allow them plenty of
clean water. When pigs aro put up for
fattening wo find nothing better to feed
them with than barley and maizo meal,
mixed together Into slops, water always
kept by them, and a little mangold cut
fur them occasionally. It 13 very bene
ficial to wash and brush them as often
as convenient. This Is quickly done by
experienced hands, and will amply re
pay tho trouble, but throughout tho
northwest, it is tho practico to feed car
corn In a dry state. It i3 not tho best
economy, and yot corn is so easily pro
duced, and it is so handy to feed, espe
cially in cold weather, and when the
hogs havo been properly summered,
and their teeth and health good, success
is so certain, that it will doubtless bo a
long tlmo before it will be abandoned.
If tho com was soaked, steamed,
or ground, it would givo you a better
return, and if mixed with cooked veg
tablcs, still better. From tho western
system of feeding, ten bushels of corn
will increase tho weight of a good hog
about a hundred pounds, and sometimes
moro. So tho comparative valuo of
pork and corn am bo so easily estimat
ed. With tho eastern system, It will
do much moro than that. Pics eat tho
food much better when it Is fresh.
Tho very common practico of leaving
a quantity of food beforo them constant
ly, so as to bo suro they havo enough,
is very wasteful, and very bad policy;
so is Irregular feeding. Strict regulari
ty as to times of feeding, quality and
quantity of feed, aro very desirable.
Twice feeding each day is better than
three times; but whatover the number
of times adopted, they should bo every
day alike, and at about tho same time
each day. Onco giving too llttlo then
too much sometimes omitting a meal,
then giving an extra one, or feeding at
irregular times any of these practices
will detract materially from tho value
of tho pork barrel. American Slock
runner's Horses in Autumn.
Farmers' horses nro often neglected
In tho autumn perhaps wo should be
Justified In saying abused. Tho heavy
work of tho season Is done, and, though
there are alien st dally jobs for tho hors
es to perform, It is frequently consid
ered well enough to drop their grain,
and let them thrive as host they can on
tho pasture. Another serious complaint
the noise would make, had he the poW'
er, is that proper and timely shelter is
not furnished. Thcro is scarcely a night
after tho middle of September during
which horses should not bo shol
tered in tho stable Preservation of
their health and economy in their keei:
ing demand this. Suppose- it is cold,
windy, frosty night wo will not dls
cuss tho absoluto cruolty of exposing
these faithful servants of man to a fa
rious storm after feeding awhile they
become chilled and resort to running to
get warm: they accomplish their ob
ject, but often at tho cost of a stumble
and fall in tbu dark, n cut or a sprain
which puts a blemish oil them fur life.
Then, being warm and tired from run
ning, they aro Inclined to rest, and the
chilly air operating on their heated
blood and relaxed Blnows tends to stif
fen them, render them spiritless, and
often.induccsa severe cold. Jlural 2Tew
Duckwhkat Cakes. These aro po
cullarly adapted to cool weather. The
appetite crave them, and they supply
tho system with warmth to enablo It to
resist for a long tlmo the fellings of nun
ger. But they must bo inadojust right
and hero is u prlmo rccelpo : mako u
thin baiter with a quart of flower, half
a cup of yeast, warm water and a llttlo
salt. Let it riso over night. Bako on
both sides on a griddlo. A little of tho
batter left in tho rising dish will servo
for yeast for tho noxt batch. It is bet
ter to add a teaspoonful of salaratus bo
foro baking In the morning, and it is
very essential that this bo good and
strictly pure. So tayt and Exchange.
THE YOUNG FOLKS.
Tlio I'oor Miller's Son and the
Onco upon a tlmo thero lived In a
mill an old Miller who had neither wlfo
nor children, but tliroo nnnrcntlces In
stead; and after they had been with
him soveral years, ho said to thorn ono
day, "I am old , and shall rotlro from
business soon; do you all go out, and
whichever of you brings mo homo tho
best horeo, to him will I givo tho mill,
and, moreover, ho shall attend mo in
my last Illness."
Tho third of tho apprentices was n
small lad dosplsod by tho others and so
much so, that they did not Intend that
ho should over havo tho mill, oven after
them. But all threo went out together,
nnd a3 soon as they got away from tho
vlllago tho two oldest brothers said to
tho stupid Hans, "You may as well ro-
main horo ; In nil your lifetime you will
nover find a horso." Nevertheless Hans
went with them, and when night night
came on they arrived at a hollow whoro
they lay down to sleep. Tho two clov
er brothers waited till Hans was fast
asleep, and then they got up and walk
ed oil", leaving Hans snoring. Now they
thought thoy had done n very clover
thing, but wo shall soo how thoy fared.
By-and-by tho sun arose and nwoko
Hans, who, when ho found himself ly
ing in a doep hollow, pooped all Around
him, and exclaimed, "Oh,- Heavens I
whero havo I got to ?" He soon got up
and scrambled out of tho hollow Into
tho forest, thinking to himself, "Hero
am I all alone, what shall I do to get
at a horso?" Whilo ho ruminated, a
llttlo tortolscsholl Cat camo up, and ask
ed In a most friendly manner, "Whero
nro you going, Hans ?" "Ah I you can
help mo," said Hans. "Yes, I know
very well what you wish," replied tho
Cat ; "you want a flno horse: cotno with
me, and for soven years bo ray faithful
servant, and thon I will give you a
handsomer steed than you oversaw."
"Well," thought Hans to himself,
"this is a wonderful Cat 1 but still I
may as well seo If this will bo truo."
So tho Cat took him into its enchanted
castlo, where there were many Cats who
waited upon It, jumping quickly up
and down tho steps, and bustling about
in first-rato style. In thoovening when
thoy sat down to tablo threo cats had to
play music; ono played tho vlollncello,
a second tho violin, and a third blew a
trumpet so loudly that its cheeks seem
ed as if thoy would burst. When they
had finished dinner tho tablo was drawn
away, and tbo Cat said, "Now, Hans,
coma and dance with mo." "No, no,"
replied ho, "I cannot danco with a Cat 1
I never learned how I"
"Then take him to bed," cried tho
Cat to its attendants ; and they lighted
him at onco to his sleeping apartment,
whero ono drow off his shoes, another
his stockings, while a third blew out
the light. Tho following morning tho
servant-cats made their appearance
again, and helped him out of bed : ono
drow on his stockings, another buckled
on his garters, a third fetched his shoes,
a fourth washed his face, and a fifth
wiped it with her tall. "That was done
well and gently," said Hans to tho last.
But all day long Hans had to cut wood
for tho Cat, nnd for that purpose ho re
ceived an nxo of silver and wedges and
saws of tho sumo metal, whilo tho mal
let was made of copper
Here Hans remained making himself
useful. Every day he had good eating
and drinking, but ho saw nobody ex
cept tho tortoiseshell Cat and her atten
dants. Ono day tho Cat said to him,
"Go and mow my meadow and dry the
grass well ;" and sho gave him a scythe
mado of silver and a whetstono of gold,
which sho bado him bring back safe.
Hans went off and did what ho was
told ; and, when it was finished, he took
homo tho scy tho, whetstone, and hay,
and asked the Cat if sho would not give
him a reward? "No," said tho Cat,
"you must first do several things for
me. Here aro beams of silver, binding
clamps, joists, and all that is necessary,
all of silver, and of these you must first
build mo a small house." Hans built
it, and when It was dono he reminded
tho Cat he had still no hbrse, although
his seven years had passed like half the
time. The Cat asked him whether he
wished to seo her horses? "Yes," said
Hans. So they went out of the house,
and as they opened tho door thero stood
twelvo horses, very proud creatures.
pawing the ground Impatiently. Hans
was glad enough to seo them, but as
soon as ho looked at them for a minute
the Cat gave him his dinner, and said,
"Go homo ; I shall not givo you your
horso with you, but in threo days I will
come to you and bring it with me." So
Hans walked oiT, and tho cats showed
him tho way to the mill ; but, as they
had not furnished him with new clothes,
ho was forced to go In Ills old ragged
ones, which ho had taken with him,
and which during tho seven years had
become much too short for him. When
he arrived at home, ho found tho two
other apprentices had preceded him,
and each had brought a horse ; but tho
ono was blind and ttio other lame.
"Whero is your horse, Hans?" Inquir
ed they. "It will follow mo in threo
days," he replied. At this thoy laugh
ed, and cried, "Yes, Hans, and when It
does como it will be something wonder
ful, no doubt." Hans then wont into
tho parlour, but the old Miller said he
should not sit at tablo becauso ho was to
ragged and dirty; they would bo asham
ed of him if any ono camo In. So they
gavo him something to eat out of-doors,
and when bodtimo camo tho two broth
ers refused Hans a share of tho bed.aml
ho was obliged to creep Into tho gooso
housonnd stretch himself upon soino
hard straw. Tho next morning was
tho thirl d.iy mentioned by tho Cat,
uud as soon as Hans was up thero came
a carriago drawn by six horses, which
shono from their sleek condition, and a
servant besides, who led a boventh
horse, which was for tho poor Miller's
boy. Out of tho carriago stepped a
beautiful Princess, who went into tho
mill, and sho was tho tortoiseshell Cat
whom poor Hans had served for soven
years. Sho asked the Miller whero tho
ralll-boy, her llttlo slave, was, and ho
answered, "Wo could not takohira into
tho mill, he was so ragged ond dirty;
ho lies now in tho goose-house." The
Princess bade him fetch Hans, but bo
foro ho could cotno tho poor fellow had
to draw together his fcmock-frock in
order to cover himself. Then tbo ser
vant drew forth somo clegunt clothes,
and after washing Hans put them on,so
that no king could havo looked moro
handsome. Thereupon tho Princess do-
sired to beo tho horses which tho other
apprentices had brought homo, and one
was blind aiid tho other lame. When
alio had Men them bIig ordered her scr
vnnt to bring tbo horse ho had in his
keeping, nnd ns soon ns tho Miller taw
it ho declared thnt such nn animal hnd
nevor befcro been In his farmyard. "It
belongs to tho youngest apprentice,"
said tbo PrlitVoss, "And tho mill too,"
rejoined tho Miller; but tho Princess
said ho might keep that and tho horso
ns well for hlintclf. With theso words
sho placed her faithful Hans In tho car
riage Willi her and drovo away. They
went first to tho llttlo house which Hans
had built with the Bilvcr tools, and
which had bccomoanoblocastIe,whcro
In everything was of gold nnd stiver.
Thcro, tho Princess married him, and he
was so very rich that ho hnd enough
for all his life.
HUT North Tumid Street,
H, D. CUMM1NGS, Proprietor.
JOUDAN A BROTHER,
Wholesale d roccrs, nnd Dealers In
SALTPETRE AND BRIMSTONE.
No 219 North Third SU
C. II. HOliNIi. W. B. KINO. J.H. SEVUC11T.
TTORNE, KING & SEYBEItT,
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
No. 421 Market Street
Orders tilled promptly at lowest prices.
January 3, 1809.
TT W. BANK'S
WHOLESALE TOBACCO. SNUF F, AND
No. 110 North Third Street,
Between Cherry and Race, wcstslde.
JjUtANK & STItETCH,
(Successors to I. H. Walter,)
Importers and Dealers In
O.UEENSWAHE, CHINA, AND GLASS,
No. 231 N. Third Street,
lletween Raco and Vino Sts.
an! Stretch. acn'l Partners.
J. H. Walter. Special Partner.
BARNES, BRO. & HERRON,
HATS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS & FURS,
No. 603 Market Street,
JOHN STROUP & CO.,
Successors to Stroup & Brother,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FISH.
No. 24 North Wharves and 23 North Third St
JICHARDSON L. WRIGHT, JR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NO. 123 SOUTH SIXTH STREET,
THOMAS OAR SON 4 . G.
DEALERS IN HOSIERY,
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
LINENS & NOTIONS
NO. 18 NORTH FOURTH STREET
"WAINWRIGHT & CO.,
N. E. Corner Second nnd Arch Streets,
TEAS, SYRUPS, COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES
ki6e, spices, ni card soda, ac, ac.
WOrdcrs will recrlvo prompt attention,
JyJ M. L'VELLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ashland, Schuylkill County Pa.
t W. MILLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ofllce Court House 'Alley, below the Colum
bian Office. Bounties, Rack-Pay and Pensions
collected. liloorasburg Pa. sep.20'tf7
JOBERT F. CLARK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ofllce Main Street below the Court House.
J H. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office Court-House Alley, below tho Coluu
iiian Office, Blooinsburg Pa.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
3r Office Court HouBe Alley, In the Co-
1? J. THORNTON
LJ would announce to thecltlzensof Illooms-
uurganu vicinity, timt he lias lust received a full
and complete assortment of
WALL PAPER, WINDOW SHADES,
yiXTDHKH, CO It Da, TASSELS,
mid Ml other goods In his line of business. All
the newest and mnst nnmnveil nnttprna nf tm
Iday are always to be found in his establishment.
inar.S 'fiy.tr Mntnut t.Ainw mom
Main Ht. below Market.
QHESTEIt S. FUItMAN,
IIAHNIB3, HADDLK, AND TRUNK
and dealer In
CARrKT-IiAOS, VALISES, FLY-NETS,
BU7rAXX H0BE8, H0BSE.RLA24BKTS &C,
which be feels confident he can sell at lower
rate than any other person In the county. Ex
amine for yourselves.
Shop third door below the Court House, Main
1I1UUU1.UUIK, A U.
Aug. 5, 1K70.
pOWDEIt KEGS AND LUMBER,
W. M. MONROE 4 CO.,
und dealers In all kinds of
give notice that they are prepared to accotnodat
belr custom with dispatch, and on therheapes
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
To my friends and the publlo generally, that al
are constantly on hand and lor sale
AT BARTON'S OLD HTANIJ
JAMES K. EYEK
trAlto, Bole Agent forKiais' I'lioBrHATK or
HMK. Large lot constautly'on band. lebVOT,
gllARPLESS & IIARMAN,
KAQLK rOUNDRr AND XAHUrACTUniNO SUOV,
STOVES & PLOWS WHOLESALE A RETAIL)
TliK CKLxmiATEU UONTHOSK IBON 11EAU AND
TUB 11UTT0N W08UEN 1IIAM fLOWS,
Castings and Fire Brick for mialrlngrltyStovev
All kinds of Brass or Iron casting made to order
upon abort notice.
U. F. BH ARI'LESS ft J. H. HARMAN,
Bloomsburg, l'a. Proprietor:
K I I) N E Y S ,
The Kidneys are two lu number, situated at
the upper part of tho loin, surrounded by fat,
nnd consisting of three parts, vlsy the Anterior,
the Interior, nnd the Exterior. '
The anterior nbsorbs, Interior consists of tis
sues or veins, which sorvo asn deposit for tho
urine and convoy It to tho exterior. The exter
ior Is a conductor also, terminating In n slnglo
tube, and called tho Ureter. Tho ureters are
connected with the bladder.
Tho bladder Is composed of various coverings
or tissues, divided Into parts, vlr,.: tho Upper
the Lower, the Nervous, and tho Mucous. Tho
upper expels, the lower retains. Many havo a
desire to urinate, without tho ability s others
urinate without tho nblllly to retain, This fre
quently occurs In children.
To cure theie niroctlons, wo must bring Into
action the muscles, which nro engaged lu their
various functions. If they nro neglected, Gravol
or Dropsy may ensue.
Tho reader must also bo mado awaro, that
however slight may bo the attack, It Is suro to
affect the bodily health and mental powers, as
our flesh and blood are supported from theso
Uout, or Rheum atisji. Pain occurring In tho
loins Is Indicative of tho above diseases. They
occur in persons dlsposod to acid stomach and
The 0 ravel. Tho gravel ensues from neg
lect or Improper treatment of tho kidneys
Theso organs being weak, the water Is not ex
pelled from tho bladder, but allowed to remain s
It becomes feverish, nnd sediment forms. It Is
from this deposit that tho stone Is formed, and
Dropsy Is a collection of water In somo parts
of tho body and bears different names, accord
ing to tho parts affected, viz.: when generally
diffused over tho body.lt is called Anasarca,
when of tho abdomen. Ascites; when of tho
Treatment. Hclmbold's highly concentrated
compound Extract Buchu Is decidedly one of
the best remedies for diseases of the bladder,
kidneys, gravel, dropsical swellings, rheuma
tism, nnd gouty affections. Under this head wo
havo arranged Dysurla, or difficulty and pain in
passing water, Scanty Secretion, or small and
frequent discharges of water; Strangury, or
stopping of water; Hematuria, or bloody urlno;
Goutaud Rheumatism of the kidneys, without
any change in qnantlty, but increaso In color,or
dark water. It was always highly recommend
ed by the late Dr. Physlck, In these affections.
This medlclno increases the power of diges
tion, and excites tho absorbents Into healthy
excrclso by which tho watery or calcareous dep
ositions, and all unnatural enlargements, as
wall as pain and Inflammation are reduced, nnd
It Is taken by men, women, nnd children. Di
rections for uso nnd diet accompany.
Philadelphia. Ta., Feb. 23, 1S07.
II. T. Helmbold, Druggist:
Dear Sir I have beou a sufferer, for upward
of twenty years, with gravel, bladder, and kid
ney affections, during which tlmelhnvo used
various medicinal preparations, and been under
the treatment of the most eminent Physicians
experiencing but little relief.
Having seen your preparations extensively
odverlUud, I consulted with my lamlly physi
cian lu regard to using your Extract Uuchu.
I did this because I had used all kluds of ad
vertised remedies, and had found them worth
less, nnd, some qulto Injurious ; lu fact, I despair
ed of over getting well, and determined to use
no remedies hereafter unless I knew of tho In
gredients. It was this that prompted mo to use
your remedy. As you advertised that it was
composed of buchn, cubebs, and Juniper berries,
It occurred to me and my physician us nn excel
lent combination, nnd, with his advice, after an
examination of tho article, und consulting again
with tho druggist, I concluded to try It. I com
menced Its use about eight mouths ago, atwhlch
tlmo I was confined to my room. Fromtheflrst
bottle I was astonished and gratlfled nt the ben
eficlal effect, and after using it throe weeks, was
able to walk out. I felt much llko writing you
a full statement ol my case at that time, but
thought my Improvement might only be tern
porary, nnd therefore concluded to defer and see
If it would effect a perfect cure, knowing then It
would bo of greater value to you and moro sat
Isfactory to me.
I am now able to report that n cure Is effected
after using the remedy for Are months.
I have not used any now for three months,
and leel as well In all respects as I ever did.
Your Uuchu being devoid of any unpleasant
tostoand odor, a nice tonloand lnvlgorator ol
the system, I do not mean to be without It when
ever occasion may require Its uso In such aMec
tlons. M. MCCORMICK.
Should any doubt Mr, McCormlck's statement,
he refers to the following gentlemen :
Hon. Wii.-BiaLKU, ev-Govcrnor, Pennsyl
Hon.Tnos. I). FtoutNCE, Philadelphia.
Hon. J. C. Knox, Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon. J. B, Black, Judge, Philadelphia,
Hon. D. R, Porter. ex-Governor, Pennsyl
vania, Hon, Eur.IS Lewis, Jndge, Philadelphia,
llon. R. C. aniKii, Judgo, United States Court
Hon. Q. W. Woodward, Judgo, Philadelphia.
Hon. W.A. Portkr, City Solicitor, Philadel
Hon John Biolkr, ex-Governor, California
Hou. E. Hanuj Auditor Gcucrnl, Washing
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OW TO CUIlE CONSUMPTION.
the ruiLosoriiY op mi. suiiencics
QllKAT MEDICI NE8. Will people never learn
to know thnt ndlscftsetl liver and Rtornach nec
pRRnrily disease the entlro Bystemt Tho plainest
Principle of common nenno teach tuts, and yet
thero aro hundreds who ridicule the Idea, nnd
contlnuo In tho course which almost inevitably
brills' tliem prematurely to the grave. Living
ns the mnjorlty or people do, at complete vari
ance, with tho laws or nature. It must bo appar
ent to all tlmt.Rooner or later, nature will re
venue herself. Hence wo find that persons who
indulge to excess In the uo of very rich or indi
gestible food or Intoxicating drinks, inrnrlahly
nnv il heavv nrnaltv in tho cud. Tho stomach
becomes disordered and refuses to net; tho liver
falls to perform Us functions, dyspepsia audits
altendnnt evils follow, nnd still tho ttutrerlng in
tllvldimlsperslsttn clinging to tho thoroughly ex
ploded ideas or the past. Dr. tiCUKSdVti med
lclne.s nro recommended to all such. They brine
sure nnd certain relief wherever they nreuicd ,
ns dlreited, and nil that Is necessary to establish
their reputation with every ailing man or wo
man in the land Is a fair nnd impartial trial of
them. Let thoiso who are skeptical on this point,
und who havo permitted interested persons to
prejudice them against thews now celebiatod
remedies lor Consumption, discard their preju
dices, nud be governed by the principles of rea
son nnd common sense. If tho system is disor
dered depend upon it. In nlno cases out or ten
tho seat of the cl-sorder will bo found in tho
stomach nnd liver. To cleanse and Invigorate
the stomach nnd tostlmulale the liver to healthy
HCIIENCK'S MANDRAKE TILLS. Tho dally
Increasing demand for these pills is the best evi
dence of their vnlue. Thousands upon thousnuds
or boxes nro sold daily. Why? blmpty becauso
they act promptly nud efllclentiy. Invalids who
may not tluu It convenient to call on Doctor
HUHENUIv In person nro Informed that full nnd
complete directions for uso nccompany each
package of tho
MAM)ItAKE PILLS, PULMONIC SYItUP
AND HE A WEED TONIC. Theo medicines will
euro consumption unless tho lungs nro o far
gouo that the patient Is entirely beyond tho
It inav be asked bv those who are not, laminar
witli tho virtuoH nf tlinsfl crent remedies. "How
do Dr. BUHENCIC'S medicines ellect their won
derful cures of consumption?" .
The nuswer is n simple one, They begin their
work of restoration by bringing Una otomaeh
liver and bowels into nn nctivo healthy condi
tion, It is food that cures this formidable dis
ease. HCHENCIC'S MANDRAKE PILLS acton
the liver and stomach, promoting secretion, nnd
rnmnvlnt; liin lilln mid slime which have result
ed from the inactive or torpid condition of theso
oigans, nud or tho svsteni generally. This slug
gish state or tho body, and the consequent ac
cumulation of tho unhealthy substances named
prevent tho proper digestion of food, aud. as a
natural consequence, creates disease, wnlcu re
sults in prostration nnd ttnally In death.
KL'llKMIK'H PULMONIC! H YItUP and HEA-
WEED TONIC, when taken reuularlv. mlnsto
with tho foud.nid tho digestive organs, mako
good rich blood, nnd ns n natural consequence,
givo tlesli and strength to the patient. Let tho
iaculty say what it may, this is tho only true
euro for consumption. Experience has proved it
beyond the shadow of a doubt, and thousands
nre to-day alivo and well whoa few years eluco
weio regarded ns hopeless cases, but who wero
induced to try Dr. fcCHENCICH remedies, nnd
wero restored to permanent health by their uso
uueoi i no nrsi sieps uiu piiyiciuu suuuiu iuhh
wlthHconsumntlvo patient is to lnvlgorato the
fiystem. Now how is this to bo done? Certainly
not by giving medicines that exhaust nnd ener
vate mtdlclnes that impair Instead of improve
tho functions of tho digestive organs. Doctor
HCHENCK'.S medicines cleanse the stomach and
bowels of nil substances which are calculated to
lriltuto ov weaken them. They create an appe
tite promote healthful digestion mako good
blood, nnd. as a conseauence. thev iuvlGorato
nud strengthen the tntiro system, nnd moiees-
twiitllv tlifiKn nr(M which urn tl KmL If this
cannot be done, then tho e.iso must bejegarded
us a hopeless ono.
ii ijio puysiciau imus il lmposimu io inunu u
patient fkkIi HUNGRY, if the dltensed nerson
cannot partake of good nourishing food nnd
property ineii ii.it is luipussiuio mm nu unu
gain in flesh nnd strength; nud It Is equally Im-
possiuie io tiring a paueni 101ms couumnn so
lone ns tho liver is burdened with diseased bile.
and tho stomach laden with unhealthy slime.
Almost mo in si request mauo 10 mo pnysician
bv n consumptive natlentls that bo will pre
scribe medicines that will remove or allay tho
cough, night sweats and chills, which nro the
muu attendants on consumption. Put this
should not bo done, us the cough Is only an eQort
uMinluiu to relieve itsflf. nml the nleht sweats
and chills aro caused by the diseased lungs. The
rcmeuies oruiuariiv nrescriiicu uo more nuriu
than good. They Impair tho functions of tho
siomuen, impeuo neuiiny ingestion, ana ognv
iiiiu luujei iimu tuia tuo m -situ aw.
Thero is. after all. nothimr like facta with
which to substantiate a position, and It lsunou
meiti uiul ur, rjuiirji'iwiw reueri, teuriyuu wuu
nave lunen uis meuiciuo in nccoruauce wmi nts
dirt ctloiis havo notonlv been cured nf comminu
tion, but. from the fact that these medicines act
with wonderful power upon the digestive organs
catlents ttius cured sneeditv train ilesh. Cleans
ing tho system of all impurities, they lay the
foundation for n solid, substantial structure.
Restoring theso organs to health, they create an
appetite. Tho food Is properly assimilated; the
quantity of blood is not only Increased, but Is
mado rich nnd strong and lu the face ot such a
condition of tho system all disease must be ban-
id j it; ii.
Full directions accomtmnv each of the medi
cines, so that It is not absolutely necessary that
patients should see Dr. BCHENCK personally,
uuiess iney ucsire 10 uavoiueir lungs exntniueu.
For this purpose he is at his principal olllce. No,
15 North Hixth Ht.. corner ot Commerce. Phila
delphia, every Saturday, from 8 A. M. until I
Advice Is clven without rhurtre. hut for
thoiough examination with tho ltesplrometer
the churge Is S5,
Prlco of tho Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed
Tmilo each, Sl.fio per bottle- or 87.50 a half dozen.
Mandrake Pills¢su uox, For sale by ull
uruggiBts. apr ,u-iy
The underslened would hercbv cive notice
tint ho has Just completed A FIItsT CLASS
IIEARSE.nnd that ho bustlie facilities forcarry
Ing on tho business of UNDERTAKING In all
IN OITV STYLE,
Ho has enanaed experienced nersons who will
take charge of the Indies of the deceased as soon
as they "hhutlle of this mortal coll." and attend
to washing thein, shaving, dressing, dc. Bhrouds
furnished also to order. At much expense he
has also procured an
IRON ICE BOX,
In which bodies can be preserved In a cleanly
nud dry condition, Carriages lurulshed for fu
neral occasions, in short, be Is pre puied to take
charge of a corpse Immediately alter death, and
save irlends and relatives all further trouble lu
He ulso carries on the buslnets of
Upholstering in all Its branches, repairing furnl
tine, reseating cane bottomed chairs, Ac.. Ac
Place of business on Iron Street, below Main.
Bloomsburg, July 21,1870-tl,
EN REASONS WHY
Is the Best Liniment in the Woiii.ii
1-ihst. It Is composed of tho most 1'Owkukul
ami 1'knetratino liquids known lu Chemlstrv.
HEcnNii. Combined with the above Is a Mum
riNAi. On, made expressly for this Liniment,
and mixed bv an entirely new nmreks.
TlllKD. Theutoor the powiilanil jmrlraling
i,iinttcuiai.ni tin. a ur lun-U 111 1I11M OeUUllIUl
Mkuicinai. Oil, which lubricates the Joints and
muscles, and Immediately thrntlte thn ilLun..
and compels It to looBen Us deathly, sickening
nnd polsouous fangs.
Fourth. This msdicinai. Oil. la used for the
same reason thai u good mechanic always uses
oil to make his machinery work with ease and
pi eclslnn. Ho lu tbo same way the muscles and
Joints of our animals should be lubricated If wo
wUli to have them travel with rapidity and ease.
Fifth. It Is very sootblnir in itmutimi win
not burn or blister the nulmul like most of the
"rid hot" liniments of the duy.
Sixth, Not one drop ol tincture of cayenno
or red pepper laube found In Its composition!
for wu hold tuutim liniment can be etlucllvo
which bums and blisters the auliual until the
iiiiiHuit-n utv uuru uuu urieu aiinosl Ul a Crisp.
Wkvknti!. Every bottle Is warranthi to give
good satisfaction, or your mouey will be refund,
ed. This shows conclusively that the proprie
tor have full rontldencu In thlg nr..rMi.nlin,i
and proves lor tho seventh time that G. E. s. B.'
in v ue. j.iuiiueni jii me wurm lor norses,
VlrDim't ulluw vour Merchant ta mint nr vii.
tureo Jltti l'rjtjicr and Hartshorn, or other trash
on you, but ask tor a. K. II. H. lor limits, ana take
.u vif.cr. rwiu uj.uuiuuiuuh
D. G. t)Altl:V L'O.. Hole Prmirlelnr
sept270-ly 178 Wushlugtou street, New York.
gOMETHING NEW !
Dry Goods & Notions.
JEW STOCK OP CLOTHING.
Fresh arrival of
BUM ME It 000 DM.
Invites attention to his stock of
CHEAP AND KAHH10NA1II.E CLOTHING,
at his store on
Main Street, two doors abovo the American Houso
II looms burg, Pa.,
where ho has Just received from New York and
Philadelphia a full assortment of
MEN AND ROYS CLOTHING,
Including the most fnslilauablo, durable, and
nox, sack, noca, gum, and oil-glotii
COATS AND PANTS,
of nil sorts, sire nnd colors, Ho has also replen
ished his already large stock of
FALL AND WINTER SHAWLS,
STRIPED, FIGURED, AND PLAIN VESTS
SHIRTS, CRAVATS, STOCKS, COLLARS
SUSPENDERS, AND FANCY ARTICLES
Ho nas constantly on hand a large and well-se-cctcd
CLOTHS AND VESTINOS,
which he Is prepared to mako to order Into any
kind of clothing, on very short notice, nnd In the
best manner. All his clothing Is made to wear,
and most of U Is of homo manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
olocry description, flno nnd cheap. His casoot
Jewelry Js notsurpassedjln thislplace. Cult aud
examine his genernl assortmen of
CLOTHING, WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.
Q C. M A It It
have just received from tbo eastern mnrkeU n
large and well selected stock of
Ilest blenched &
All wool flannels,
A good stock of
Ladles dress goods,
Latest styles a pattorns.
Bplaes of nil kluds,
Good stock groceries.
Wood & willow ware,
Flour A Chop,
Also Kitchen Crystal Boap for cleaning Tin.
Brass, Ac. All goods sold cheap for cash or pro
Ho would call tho attention of buyers to bis
well nnd carefully selected assortment which
comprises everything usually kept In tho coun
try, feeling conndeut that he can sell them
goods nt such prices as will ensure satisfaction.
Nov. 5,'09-tf C. C. MARK.
UY THE BEST.
THE RED LION BRAND,
TJ Xi A C IE ALPACA
Is superior to all others In color, quality nnd
M. P. LUTZ'S
ll.nl.. Ill tlrU 3.M.1D n.i.l Vnllnn. I..
new building uext to the Court house, Main
oireei, iuoomsuurg, ra. Imayis.o-tf.
FUl-SiU ARRIVAL OF
The subscriber has lust returned from the cities
with another largo aud select assortment of
FALL AMD WINTER Q00D8.
purchased In New York and Philadelphia at the
owesingure.anu which he Is determined to soil
on as moderate terms as can be procured else
wnere in moorasuurg. His stock comprises
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
of the choicest styles and latest fashions, together
wnn a targe .assortment or Dry Goods and Gro
ceries, consisting of tho following articles
Boots and Shoes,
Hats aud Caps
AND NOTIONS GEN RALLY.
In snort, everything usually kent In country
stores, to which ue Invites the attention of the
publlo generally, TUe highest price will be nald
lor country prouuee in oxchange for goods.
B. H. MILLER 4 SON,
Arcade Buildings, Bloomsburg, Fa.
The undersigned would resnAfitrniH-antmnn
to the public that he has opened a
FIRST-CLASS CONFECTIONERY STORE,
lu the building lately occupied by Fox & Webb
where he Is prepared to furnish all kinds of
PLAIN & FANCY CANDIES,
FOREIGN A DOMESTIC FRUITS,
NUTS, RAISINS, 40., 40., 4C.
BY WUOLIlil.1 OB RETAIL.
In short, a full assortment of all goods In
his lino of business. A great variety of
DOLLS, TOYS, Ac.,
suitable for the Holidays. Particular attention
BREAD AND CAKES,
of all kinds, fresh every day,
A call Is solicited, and satisfaction will b
Nov.23.l(iff7. ECKHART JACOBS.
Twel?e Years ssWM Indians a Flaliis.
The wild udventures aud thrilling experiences
of Geomf P. Bidden, who, tired with a (hirst for
a knowledge of the red men, their sports, tradi
tions, wan, ureal buffalo hunts, dc, left a hoine of
luxury, sought ninijolued the Indians, became a
lumuus uarrier, Aunfer, and Anally chief of 11X1
lodges. This new work, replete with stirring re.
cllalsof real IudUnllfe,ilur(iifl(Irriii,Aalrtrrail(A
cui) wnuslna scenes, Ac, on tinted paper. 70
spirited engravings, one of author In hunter's
B.?1 W,!J l'o (fUBcrly doufcla for aud read with
avidity. Be wldu uwuke aud send early for Illus
trated sample psge, circular, terms uud cholue
"'"..-.n A. H. HUBBARD. Publisher,
iepl6'70-tf. gu Chestnut St., Phlfa.
?f the'v'wfnV Itl-Sf. aPJl .. :.rl...tl. 0.
Neatly executed at this Ornn
A LL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING
i&uToVcT01"1 l Tu" " HtS
Dry Goods & Grocoriou.
IT Ull A MM nl'KNINO
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAIW,
HATH AND CAPS,
HATS AND iCAIW,
HATS AND CAIW,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HO01B AND SHOES,
HOOPS AND SHOES,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LOO K I N O-O LASSES,
LOO KIN G-O LASS ES,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS
PAINTS AND OILS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
HfCKELVY, NEAL 4 CO.'S,
MCKELVY. NEAL 4 CO.'S,
McKELVY, NEAL 4 CO.'S.
McKELVY, NEAL 4 CO.'S.
McKELVY, NEAL 4 CO.'S.
Northwest corner ol Main nnd Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main nnd Market Streets,
Northwest comer of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main anil Market Streets.
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
IRON AND NAILS.
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND KAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
in laree Quantities and nt rcdnced rates, alwav
LATELY MUCH IMPROVED AND 1HE NEW
UNIVERSAL CLOTHES "WRINGER
Improved with Howell's Pntpnt TVnilil Piw.
wheels, and tho Patent Stop, are now unques-
huiuiuh mi oui'ciiur lu liny apparatus lor wasil-
Ing clothes ever invented, and will save their
c-ui iiTiee u year, oy saving lauor and clothes.
The Rilltnr nf 1Mb rn,... u-l.n ni.PAl.non.l
Washer and Wrluger, thus 'testifies as to their
"Wo have bad In uso In our family for som
time past, ono of Doty's Clothes Washers and
Wringers, and are prepared to bear testimony as
to Its merits. It Is emphatically a labor-saving
machine and docslts work In themost thorough
manner. For families who have large washes
inr..niiw,jimH wouiu uo invaiuauio." uolum
PRICES-A FAIR OFFER.
If the Merchants In vnurnlflrowlll nni rnmi.ii
or seud for the Machines, send us the retail price,
Washer 14. Extra Wfinitpr n ntnl wn will rnr.
ward either or both machines, freo of freight, to
places whero nonuo Is selling: and so sure are
wo they will bo liked, Hint we agree to refund
j , iuuuij u nnj uuu wibui'g iu reiuru mo ma,
chines freo of freight, nller a inoalh's trial, ac
cording to directions.
No husband, father or brother should jimntt
-..vu.uuHv.j ... i.unriniK millllltt 1IUUUH, 11 1IV
two days lu the year, when It can bo done better,
more expeditiously, with less labor, and nolo
Jury tolhegarmeiits.byaDoty Clothes Washer,
uuuu universal ringer.
Bold bv dealers geneially, to whom liberal dls
IUUU1. UID 1UUI1U,
R. C. BROWNING, Gen. Agent.
32 Cortlaud Street, New York,
THE HYPERION HAIR
RT1CLF. FOR THE
(Jtalf nted Julu WA,18J7.)
This Curler Is the most
prriect invention ever of
fend to tbo pflbllc. It is
easily ojierated.neat In ap
nea ranee, and will not lu
(uio the bulr, as there Is
no heat required, nor any
luel utile substauce used to
rust or break the hair.
Manufactured only and
lor sule by
MCMILLAN 4 CO.
No 03 North Front Street,
Sold nt Dry Goods, Trimmings and Notion
N.B. Single Box SS cents; 3 Boxes. assorted
sites. U3 els. Malltdrcc to any part of tbo unit
ed States, upon receipt of the money,
L L E N & NEEDLES,
42 South Delaware Avenue, 1'hii.adki.i-uia
I ESTABLISHED IN 1&I1.
Continue the manufacture of their old standard
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
Both of which aro sold at Low Prices, highly
reinuucrallvu to Ihu Farmer on Dealer.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
NO. 1 PEBUVIAN GUANO,
(Genuine Gove-nmeul from Chlncha aud Ouan
Pure Calcined, and Laud Plaster. Hydraulic Ce
ment, Candles, and a full assortment nt Burn
I mj and OREAMMiOILHat luwist luurket rates.
A DISCOUNT TO DEALERS.
Should the dealer near you, not keep our arti
cles, send your orders to us aud they will receive
For Sale by tho Bloomsburg Iron Co,
S. 0 A S E ,
0 O O P E It ,
RUPERT, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Coopering In all llsbranches well and carefully
doiie. Particular attention given to the manu
facture nf meat barrels, kruut stands, pickle
tubs, wash tubs, ac. Rcpalrluj attended to.
Rupert, Bept.il, lU7Q.Sn!. ""uuoulu'
Hardware & Cutlery,
jAt'011 K. SMITH. . TTt 1
g M I T II & 8 E L T Z E It, "
Importers and Dealers In Foreign and Dorotm
11 A It D W A It E,
OUNB, CUTLERY, Ac
K0. 409 N. TIHRD STREET, An,CALL0WHH.L
Nov. 22, 07-tf,
M. C. SLOAN 4 BROTHER
Have on hand and for sale at thn n.n-i i
tiln rates ii siilemllil Htnplrnr " sona.
and every description of Wagons both
PLAIN AND FANCY
warranted to be made of tbo best, a.t ... . I
ablo materlnls, nnd by tbo most exnnit7;l
workmen. All work sent out frora i tlie OWI
Ushmcnt will bo found to beof Ihe highest 5!l
nnd suro to givo perfect satisfaction. Tu'yKl
uinu n ii uo wbui uncut ui
ofnll the newest nnd most Inkhloimble Mil,.!
well nud carefully mado and of the best niuii.l
Anln.nMltnn nl ll,.t. i-.-l. .- ... .
Ii lln...ii1.lin, H Ull
country. ""V. ."!," ? Uel
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Pliny Frcemau, President, II. c. Freeman, Keel
i-asn capiint over &z,uw,uuu, all paid.
J. B. ROBlSON.BLOOJlSBUIin pa
1 . . -j
For Luicrne, Lycoming and Colnratls
"turning - li:o.ixi
"y 130,0 1
International... .. l.ico.iil
Putnam . supU
Merchants . tuj,il
Farmers' Danville 126.96.36.199
AiDany uiiy ., mi,
Lancaster city ao,K
York Horse, Death 4 Theft.... 65i:
Home, New Haven I.oijmJ
uanvine, Horse Theft
FREA8 BROWN, Alien!,
mar8 69-ly, BLOOMsnuaa, I'll
BEST, PUREST, AND CHEAPEST'
For Whiteness. Dilmlillltv. nnd llrllllan-
cy. It lias uo enual.
Sold by all dealers In Paints throughout
uiu country. .
BARKER, MOORE & MEIN,
T. MORRIS PEROT 4 CO.
Sole Proprietors, Philadelphia, Pa.,
Dtnlels iu all kinds of
DRU OS, OILS, PAINTS, GLASS,
DVCS1UFF3, AC, AC.
Caution. Owing to the popularity ol j
our "First Niillouol White Lend," oilier I
partleshavo beiu induced tooilera pu-1
nous nrticie ui.uer mot-lime iiniiii-. miic
foro ltewnrn nt f'nunlerlelts. The eiDU-
iuo Is put up In extra luavy tin paint I
pois, wnn pateni metallic who uauuir., 1
uuu iuu name 01
BARKER, MOORE & MEIN,
On each label,
For Bale by
ARMERS! EXAMINE AND BUY
The First Raw Bonk Phosphate Mil
All others are Imitation.
B A U G II ' S
Ti kxp nnNK
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LlMl
This Manure Is mado nf Raw or Untwl
nones, ricu 111 .nitrogenous matter, ui.x' "1
uu 01 vnrioi, presenting me 110110 rnu. i"""-i
nhlahlv solublenn.l riulcli I v nvnltable foro! 1
tho Ammonia lu such proportion ns to Insn'l
I'll Mil lb Ullll VlUlirOUN UCIIOU UpUll luru'l-- i
v ueru xiaugn s i'liospuate was ni'i""
nast season. Hi a Inillrnt r.niu without exrep
nrn thnt. It. will iniilntiilii I a utmII enmed reFi
Hon. Wo request nil in need of u FerllH'l
give mis nnicie a trial.
B A U G H A SONS,
Office-No 20 8. Delaware Avenue,
ANEW BOOK of the greatest lutere.isDjI
portance. Written Irora a high niornl ond Pf J
working out lils subtle and dangeroua
throuDh our most sncreil ilnmestlo anil ociaj
latlous. Pure-minded, but outspoken ana
gressivo.tne author handles the dellratetuiJ
treated of uithoul plovcs, butinfcuchan)"t
not to mlnUtortouprurleut curiosity. J""
ten! Jlegeneratton oJ the ltace. Is a subjf" If
enllstluu the Interest and sympathy "j.v.
Philanthropists, and this book, It 1
will contribute to that end Just In pwffl",
II illw IIUUCI.. 4 C1ILUIUI 6CHI '"! " u
a full description aojl synntiKls of tbe v.or
liberal extracts. U. F. VENT, I'J1'' HI
r n t n n v. n
J MISHLEIt'H HERB BITTEIW' ..
This celebrated toulo and stimulant
store Ihe digestive organs to u perfect ) "",,
state. It will thoroughly eradicate all "'
mutter Ii om i no uiooir, cieauso me e"""Vi,e
uud produce the most vigorous action ui
lereut organs 01 me uuuiuu '-jf
Urmt lllni.it Pnrlfleraud luia llble Rem
Dyspepsia, Cholera, Cramps in the
Headache resulting from u deranged Htw
.,n,l ula-i Hint ImriikKlin iiiseuse Sick IK",
imin.....uu 'ri.n ..Tot unit lu all iiariu;
land the medical iaculty prescribe Mlbl'jv
11 ERH BITTEIISfor Ihefr patients wlio'"".
oa with these uiseases.suouiu i""""" ,j .
sceptical that I his proprietory V,Iuffiol
inciiiinn nun., wiiieli thev can rely as
enii-aclous lu curing such diseases a" ,
enumerated above. Sold by alldruggi""'
one uenar per Dome. .
Neatly nnil Cheaply Priuted
1- ..... r ...... L...,,afTttbe
TROWN'S FAST FREIGHT
FROM PHILADELPHIA TO BLOO1
n,l Inlnrme.llllta nolnts. OOOdS forward
care and despatch aud at low ratts. ,.,ti
Goods, at Philadelphia, must he d"",, (
Bltner 4 Co's. fell Market Street, tori"
tlcuhus, app. to BOHUYLER. P'
Aug. 20.'68-tf.. R. Uepot, BKW",U