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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG COLUMBIA COUNTY PA,
A VlRilan' Wire.
"Pitman's woodpile has Buffered n good
deal lately from tlio ravages of tlilevci, co
tlio old gentleman, the other day, loaded his
Kim with coarse fait, and expressed hla de
termination to bombard tho flrnt mail who
should bo ohaerrod to haunt tho timber. On
Wednesday he had to attend court, and ns
he did not expect to reach home until lalo
In the evening, Mrs. Pitman felt It lur duty
to keep an eye on tho woodpile. Hut Pit
man returned about dink, mid as he walked
up tho yard ho thought hu might as well
carry In enough wood to lnt all night. Ho
had just placed the fourth stick upon his
arm when an explosion occurcd, auJ the same
Instant he felt as If a million red hot darn
ing needles wero dancing up nnd down lil
legs. He had heard from Mrs. Pitman, lie
yelled with pain, and dropping the wood,
most of it upon his toes, ho fell to th ground.
Just m he did so ho s.iw Mrs. Pitm in stand
ing In tho kitchen doorway with his firearm
at "parade rest" and contemplating her vie
tory and her victim with serenity. Pitman's
first thought was that shahad suddenly been
animated by an insane but judicious dc
sire to realize upon his life Insurance policy.
But when he screamed to her, sho dropped
her artillery and flew to the scene with x
prosatons of alarm and grief at the dUcorery
that she had perforated Pitman. She c til-
ed the servant girl, and us they carried him
Into the house, sho explained that sl.e
mistook him for n thief, and then she apolo
gised. Pitman said it was all very well to
apologise, hut what good was that to a man
with two quarts of salt and a half a pound f
gun-wads in his legs. Mrs. Pitman insisted
that ho oughtn't to mind a little salt, it
would do him good. She urged that s.ilt
was better than anything else for preserving
meat, and that his leg? would probably be
alive and well and prancing around theuni
verse when the rest of him was dead and
spoiled. That made hiia mad, and after
gpliting up his gun with the axe, he went to
bed, and he hasn't spoken to Mrs. Pituun
since; but he has hinted gloomily to the
doctor that if a divorce can be had, he will
obtain one." Max Adeltr.
Wihout advising you to become domestic
drudges, young ladies, we 'earnestly recom
mend to your consideration the practice o
all necessary household duties. One of the
most prolific sources of matrimonial diflicul
ties is the lack of knowledge on tho part o
wives of the duties of housekeeping. In
these days thero are a hundred young ladies
who cm thrum a piano to one who can make
a loaf of Ire id. Yet a husband has so much
of tlio animal nature that he cares more for
n good dinner than ho does so long as his
appetite is unappcased to listen to the mus
ic of ssraphs. Heavy bread has made many
heavy hearts, given rise to dyspepsia horrid
dyspepsia and its unheard of accompanying
torments. Girls who desire that husbands
should be amiable and kind, should learn
hw to make up light bread. When a young
man is courting, he can lire at home; or if
he has t go a distance to pay his addresses lie
usually obtains good meals at a hotel or eating-house;
but when he is 'married and gets
to housekeeping,his wife assumes the function
of his mother or his landlord, and it is for
tunate for her if she has been educated to
know what a good table is. Those who are
entirely dependent upon hired cooks make a
sorry show at housekeeping. The stomach
performs a very important part in the econ
omy of humanity, and wives who are forget
ful of this fact, commit a serious mistake.
Even tho lion may be tamed by keeping him
well fed, and tho true .dignity and munifi
cence of the housewife is stored in her lard
er rather than in her wardrobe, though un
fortunately, too many ladies bestow far more
time and attention upon the latter than the
Washington never made a speech. In the
tcnith of his fame he once attempted it, fail
ed, and gave it up confused and abashed.
In framing the Constitution of the United
States the labor was wholly performed in
committees of the whole, of which George
Washington was a chairman ; but he made
two speeches during the convention of a
very few words each, something like one of
Grant's speeches. Tho convention, however,
acknowledged the masterspirit, and histori
ans affirm that had it not been for his per
sonal popularity, and the thirty words of his
first speech, pronouncing it tho best that
could be united upon, the Constitution would
have been rejected by the people. Thomas
Jefferson never made a speech. He could'nt
do it. Napoleon, who-ie executive ability is
almost without a parallel, said that his great
est difficulty was in finding men of deeds
rather than words. When asked how he
maintained his influence over his superiors
in age and experience when commander-in-chief
of an army in Italy he said, by reserve.
Tho greatness of a man is not measured by
the length of his speeches and their num
ber. A Modern Vim.aoe. There is in Eng
land one spot where pauperism is unknown.
It is called Sultaire nnd is situated near
Bradford, in Yorkshire. In this model vil
lage there are 0,000 families living in stone
houses built upon the most improved sani
tary principles, with schools for the children
and chapils for all the dilferent denomina
tions represented among them. Thero are
no open sewers or foul-smelling alleys in
Baltalre, no ignorance, no idlenees. The in
habitants work in the enormous woolen mills
of Sir Titus Salt, the beneficicut of the coun
try. The town took its name from him. He
is a man of humble extraction, the inventor
of tho fabric called alpaca, the tutelary saint
of 5,000 homes. JIany years ago hu rure
business sagacity and vast waaltu and influ
ence procured him the recognition of his
sovereign and he was made n baronet. Since
that time he has presented tho city of Hrad
ford with a tewn hall and has expended an in
calcuable amount of moniy in charity. He
has lateJy been accorded a rare honor;
that of seeing a statute erected to himself.
This was placed opposite the town hall at
Bradford, and, with many ceremonies, un
veiled by the Duke of Devonshire.
A BEAUTiruLTiiouaiiT. When the sum
mcr of youth is slowly wasting away on the
nightfall of age, and tho shadow of the natli
becomes deeper aud life wears to its close, It
is pleasant to look through tho vista of time
upon the sorrows and felicities of our earlier
yean. If wo have a home to shelter and
hearts to rejoice with us, and friends have
been gathered around our fireside, and the
rough places of wayfaring will have been
worn and smoothed away in the twilight of
Hie, and many dark spots we have passed
UiroUh will grow brighter and more beautl
ful, Happy, Indeed, uro those whose inter
course with the world has uot changed the
tone of their hdjer feelings or broken those
musical ahords of the heart whose vibrations
are to ineloQVtus, so tender and so touiAit.a
la the evening ot tUr Life.
An crmest, uuiaiui mu. (, the noM
Purine tlin blood, nenovnten anil
InvlgoriitcH the v hole System.
ITS MEDICAL PKOPKUTIKS ARK
Alterative, Tonic, Solvent atul .Di
VaiitTiNalsiiadecxeltiilvcly from the Juices 01
carefull) elected burns, roots anil horns, and no
strongly rnucemraieu, mm it win euen'iiuij i-ruui
calc li oiii Hie S)kte lu tfer Ulnt of Ncrofuln, ScroM
las Humor, Tuinois, (.'nicer, ennccriiii Humor, Krj'
M'l.is. Mali ltneum, H plillltlc nwensen, canker,
i-iuiuncss at mo Momaea, ami uu uiseav.-s m.iiarm
from Ininuro hlnod. sclMlivi. lnilamatorv and car ri
le Hlieuiniillsin, Neural!., (lout and fplhnl com-
pihims, can oaiy do encciuauy currn mrouf iieiuvu.
Ynr tTlfM And KruntWe Disrate of the Shin Pus
tules, l'lmplcs, UlotchcH, llolU,Tetter,scnldeadanil
l(inC"Orm.v kuktimi uhs umcr lancu lu cueei u per
l'nr rnlns In the nap. Klrtncv cnmnhilnts. Dronsy.
Wnn.nln l'-.h t no pl i. n .n.m, ,FltM tll-
nnl lilreraltnn. and uterine illwliu-s and Ucnrnl De
bility, VsiiiTTNK acts directly upon tho causos of
lucso complaints, u invigorates auu nirtiiiKuisn-i
tho whole stem, acts upon the secretive organs,
alia) s Inflamatton, cures ulceration and regulates tho
Var catarrh. DuneoMa. Hatiltual Costlfrsrss.
PiUpltatlonotllio Heart, Headache, l'lle. Nerrous
neas and (leneral Prostration of tba Nervous Sysmn,
no medlctna nan aw giro sueh perfect satisfaction
as Uio VmnrlNl. It purities the blood. clealiscB all
of the organs, and possesses a controlling rower
Tr mo aervoua lyaiem.
The rsmartable cures affected by Vkiitini hate
induced many physicians aait npotaccntles whom
ire Know 10 uresonoe aaa use ii in meir own iuiui
Hcs. In fact, VauiTim Is the best rmlv yet discovered
for Uie uove dlsaases, uM is tho only reliable llloud
runner jet piaceu uciore me puuuc.
ii. n. vrr.vusis, BonIob, muss.
Whit is Vmsnitif It Is acomrsuad attracted
from barm, roots and herbs. It Is Nature's He niedr.
It Is perfectly harmless from any bad enect upon tlit
sTutein. ltlsnourlslilnirnsdstrcnirthealnf, Itacta
airectly upon tho blood. It quiets the narrous sys
tem. 11 rivm ou goon, sweet Sleep at mam. u is
a (troat panaeoi f or our iced fathers and niothnrs;
lor it trcvc-i uti'iii Birengin, ii
gives them Nature's sweet s
ed by uanr an a?ed parson,
gives them Nature's sweet sleep, as basbcon prov-
It has relle ed and cured thousands. It is very
pleasant to take; e rry child lilies It. It relieves
and cures all dlscasesorlRlnatlni; from Impure bleo'l.
Try the Va.itTiM. lilvo it fair trial for your com
plaints; then you win sav to jour fi lend, neighbor
and MiiuaUitance, "try It: It has cured me."
V.atTiNi for complalot-s for whlcn It ts recom
cteaded. Is bavlng a larger silo throughout the rr.lt
ed states t han any other one medicine. V hy J Vce
ellne will cure these Complaints.
IiosruN, Dec. 13, 1HC9.
Oent'lMcn My only object In gtvtnff you this tes
timonial Is to spread valuable Information, llurlnr
been bdly atnicted wltn Salt Hbeum, and tho whoto
urfacc of m)-1 kin being covered with pimples and
eruptions, ntanv of which cauiad mo great pain and
annoyance, and knowing it to bo n blood disease,
I took many of the advertised preparations, among
which was anv quantity of garsaparlila, without
obtaining any benefit until I commenced taking the
viaiTixi, and before I bad completed the first buttle
1 saw that I Sad jot tho right medicine. Conse
quently, 1 followed oa with it until I bad taken ser
en kottles, wben I was pronounced a weU man, and
ta skin Is amooth and entirely frco from pimples
aid eruptions. I have never enjoyed so good huolth
befcre, and I attribute It all to the Ube of Vkuitink.
To kenont those afflicted with ltneumatlsm, I will
make mention also of tho Vioitini's wonderful
rower of curing me of this acute complaint, of which
have Buffered s J Intensely.
C. II. TUCKKIl. Tas. Ag't Mich. C. Ti. K ,
i Washington street, Iio3ton.
Vcfcctlnc in Sold by "11 OiusbInIn.
State Normal School.
rTMIIS Institution aflbrd to students preparing
I for the profession of TKACHINO, exvclli-ut fa
culties for Improvement In the most approvedmeth
oda of Instruction.
For the accommodation of students desiring prep
aration for College, or for the bu.slnraa relations (f
ltfe, an Academic Department Is organized, which
affords tho inobt ample facilities for tu doing.
Each course of study Is complete In Itself,
Superior advantnees are offered for Instruction In
Fall Sesblon commences Wednesday, August 20tli
Fall fesblon closes Tuesday, December 2'iA.
spring desnlon commences Wednesday, Dec. 30tU.
hprlng Sebslon closes Tuesday, June mu.
MprlnxTium commences Wednesuay. .March 31st.
110AKP, Including Fuel and Washing, Foub Dol
lars per week.
Tuition one dollar per week. In Model School,
forty to fetxty cents per week.
Students are admitted at nny time, and to anv
course of study for whkh tcey may be prepared. It
Is lietter, It possible, to tie present at the commence
ment of a term, or a session.
bend lor a Catalosuo.
Applications for admlss.taa may bo addressed to
tin. t. l. (siiiswor.n,
COI,. J. O. FISKF.ZE.
T. L. GUNTON, Proprietor,
MAIN 8TI1KCT, BELOW MAHKKT.
Manufacturer of and Healer in all Jkimls oj
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORK
WousetlKibeiitAMKIUUAN and ITALIAN Marble.
Ho has on hand and f urnliUcs to order
UHNB, VASIS, Ac.
Kvcry variety of Marble t utting- neatly eccutcd at
fio loweut market prices.
A long praetlcaleiiperlence and pcrnnnal attention
to buslnexB makes tho proprietor conndent of glvliisr
BatUfactlon. All orders by mail promptly attended
EQry. Jl. Work tlellverttlrte of ckatyt.'VBit
Aug. 1, Tl-ly. T. I. QU.NT0.V, lToprletor.
AN ACTUAL BUSINESS INSTITUTION AND
For Uformatloa call at Office, or Mnd for Colliqi
Provident Life & Trust Co.,
T"Corporuted 3d month, 22d day, 18C5,
PAI'ER BAQa Juit ww
-nil for tale at
'la . . a r n-vra
A HEAVY STOCK,
Cheaper than Ever!
S. 11, MILLER & SON
Ilitvo Just Received
the largest and best supply ol
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE
They have ever offered to ibclr friends and cus
tomers. (Jlotlis, Ossimores, anil Satinotts
for MKN'3 WEAK,
Cloths, Alapacas, Merinos,
CALICOKS, Ml'SMNS, CAMilKICS,
and every varlify of l)ry Goods deslrnl,
Carpets, Mats, Ottomans,
In great variety nnd nt the
LO WEST CASH P1UCUS.
Including all the varieties of
COI-KICKS, TKAS and SUOAIW,
and a general supply of articles tfeful for the
table always tu hand.
CALL AND SEE.
Country produce of all kinds taken in ex
change for goods at cash prices.
Oct. eo74 tt
THATCHER & GEAKHART,
Mm, Gas ana Steam Fitters,
OFFKK TO Till! I'UDMU TlU'.IIl SKHVICES IN
Plumbing aud Gas Fitting,
Innhleh theyhavo had ninny years of experience
All work of this kind wan anted to be of tho
best description and executed In the
must workmanlike manner.
Gas Pipe Laid at 12 Cents Per
Steam Engines and .Boilers,
Steam and Hand Pumps,
Pipe and Fittings.
A Splendid Assortment of Chan
deliers, Brackets, Lamps, Shades,
Bronze Ornaments, &c.
EXQUISITE SLATE MANTELS,
BUCKETS, IJASIXS, BOWLS, Ac, &c.
Store Itoom In Dloomsburg. on llr.ln Street, oppo
site it. Paul's Kptecopal Church. Ulre thtru a call !
Tlio only Iiclirillo (lift Distribution in the
IN V.A.Icr.A.rBLE GIFTS 1
TO HE DISTIUBCTKD IM
L. D. SINES'
17 1st Regular Monthly
GIFT ENTERPRISE I
To be drawn Monday, February 2?rf, 1875.
Two Grand Capitals ol'
5.000.00 each in Cash !
Ono Prize, 1.0001
Two Prises, $500 M ft Cast !
Five Prizes, 100 J
1 Horse antl Bupgy with Silver-mounted
llama,' worth SCOO!
1 Fine Toned Eosewood Piano,
THREE GOLD WATCHES & CHAINS,
WOHTH ?300 EACH I
Three Gold American Hunting Watche,
wort li fl-'i caeli I
Ten LadieB' Gold lluiifus Watches, worth
$iuu eaiii i
1000 Gold and Silver Lever Jfuntlng W'alehct
vi all, wortu Jrom ?:;u (a SiiUU each I
OOLU CHAINS, 8ILVKK-WAI1H, 40., Ac.
JtUMJiEIl OJ1 GIFT6 7.500
TJCKMS LIMITED TO 75.000
AdENTS WANTIUITO HULL T1UKUTO. to whom
Liberal rreiulums will be paid.
Slnjlo TicUU ti: hlx Tickets $5; Twelve Tickets
iiu; -rwcniy-UTe 'iickusf-jo.
Circulars oontalulusr ii full lint of nrlies. a ilrscrln-
tlonof the uanuorof Uruuln. and othor Informa
tion lu riferuncu to I he dKtrlbultou, wlllbv bent to
any one orderlnifthem. All lclteis uiutt be address
Ollice, Excelsior Iliilltl't!, I.. I. MXi:,
uur, itikcff a iinivoi ui. liux u, i;iui.?iAl J, u.
Jan. 8, 1B1 lie
Gray's Perry Printing; M Mi
BLACK AND COLORED
C. E. ItOIlINSON. J. c. ItOIIINSO.V,
JOHN M. I'ltATT, late ot II. I). Wado Co.
M h wuuuumi! ""flTf fulfill. M m II 1 1
Vt CUrnan tin C 1 ly It, and win ui i.fr t,fon wr".
tUIKmttli, "itUfrt,N.Y.ltT .!. flfr1'ldl(:lmf,:
Intorv I'ainphl.t A uiranto.rTti. M It.irara foran 1 1-.
Ur. VlTUUtS ruxs, it eents,) ahould bo UiOdwltU
-AINWRIGHT & CO,
X, B, oontr HMmd aid Arch Htreei,
TitAa, syftui-s, jyfflit, suuak, ituuMct
uca, ariou, IICaKI lODi, te, K
l-Ofder WW raeelre proapt attauuon.
New York. iics855SrXffl
W. P. JONES,
Comer Main ami Third trclH,
"V7"K 01 KN TUB KRW YKAH WITH
y a ler faellltlei for nlmtii t.ur Fr.cndH
nnd I'atro! s. IlnUng removed back lu
OUR OLD STAND,
Which has been Thoroughly lie
We have now one of Hie llnest rooms In till Mclnt
ty. Wetshnllalwajskcepn full assortment of
FANCY 1IHY (lOOI)S,
And we tliall endeavor to sell them nt vrlces which
ou will appreciate. Wlthmy tlmtiksfor ouryul
tied favors In tho past and iruitlns lorn continu
ance ot the same, 1 am
W. P. Jones,
A New Idea!
50 Dollars ! !
Buy the World-Renowned
BEST IN THE WORLD 1
tSTTUe niftiest Frcmlwa it as
Tinnled to it at
Ohio StAt Fair)
Korthara Ohio Fiir)
Auior. InsUtate, N. T.J
Cincinnati Exposition J
Indianapolis Exposition J
SU Lortla Falr
Louisiana State Fair
Jtlssisslppi State Fair
sad Georgia State Fair;
FOR BEINQ THC
BEST SEWING MACHINES,
and doing the largest and belt
raiigo of work. All otlior
Uaolilne3 In tbo JIarVot
wero In direct
COMPETITION ! !
ZWFor Hemming, JbZI
ing and Stitohing ftno
or heavy goods U is
Where we havo no Agents
wo will deliver a Machine
for tho price namod above,
at tho nearest Rail Road
Station of Purchasers.
Needles for all Sewing Ma
chines for Sale.
OU Machines taken In Exchange.
Bend for ClroularB, Prioa
List, Aia, and Copy of tho
"Wilson Reflector, ono of tho
boat Periodicals of tho day,
devoted to Sewing Ma
chines, FaohionB, General
Nows and Miscellany.
Wilson SewiDE MacMne Co.
rorlocu aitenclM in Columbia and Lujerne, apply
BEADER & McQRAW,
Bench Haven, Luictne County, Pa.
l V. 1 M mJ3 I . .1 a. ' J J .TJ
Dr. .T. Wiilkcr's CalirornlnYiit.
Cgitr IMtlPI'S nro n purely Vcgutnlilo
iircpixration, modo clitclly from llitriiniivo
rbstouuaoiitholowcr rnnccaot tnoHicr
Ncvmla inoutitairi3 of Cnlifoniia, tlio
tnni1t(inni lironprtics of which nro pxtrnct
ctl therefrom without tho use of Alcohol.
Tim miration U almost tlnilv asked. "Wlint
is tho cause of tho unparalleled success of
Vmrmn Drrrr.iw?" Our answer is, that
Ihoy remove tho causo of diseaio, nnd tlio
nntient recovers his health. Thcv aro tho
great blood purifier and a life-riving prin-
cii.lo, a perfect Renovator and IuviKorntor,
oftlionjstcm. Never before in tho history
of tlio world has a medicine- been com-
pounded possessing tho rcniarknulo qunl
hies of ViNEOAn Biitem in heoliiiR the nick
of everr disenso man is heir lo. They nio n
gentlo Turgntivo ns well ns a Tonic, reliev
ing Congestion or Inflammation of tho
Liver and Visceral Organs, in Dilious Dis
eases. li'incii will oiijnv gnnd lipnllli, let
them ua Vineoau lltTTLns o t, medicine,
and avoid tho ueo of nlcoholio bliiuulauta
in uvcry form.
ii'o I'crson can lnl;o tliose IMUpm
iceording directions, and remain long
nnwcll, provided their bones nro not do
pl oyed by mincrnl poison or other means,
nnd vital orpnns wasted beyond repair.
(JrilltTlll TllOtlsaiKls proclaim Vinb
out Uitteiis tho most wonderful Invigor
out that over sustained tlio sinking system.
liilious. ltemillonl, and Tnlcr
llliKcili Fcvt'I'S, which aro so prevalent
in tho valleys of our great rivers through
out the United Klntes, especially tlioso of
tho Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois,
Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, lied,
Colorado, llrnzos, Hio Ornndo, Pearl, Ala
bama, Mobile, Savannah, Itoanoke,, James,
nnd many others, with their vast tribu
taries, throughout our cntiro country dur
ing tho Kmnmornud Autumn, and ltmnrk
ably wi during seasons of unusual hcut und
liver, and other nlidoininnl viscera. In their
treatment, it imigativc, exerting a iiowcrful
inllueneo unou thcto various organs, is
Vinkoaii Biniuis, ns they will speedily re-
move tho dark-colored viscid nmttei with
which tho howcla nru loaded, at tho samo
timo otimulating the secretions of the
liver, nnd generally restoring the healthy
functions of tho digestive organs.
Dyspepsia or Illlli(;eslioil, nead-
nnlie.l'nin in tlioSlioiililei-K.('onchs.Ti?lit.
ncss of tho diet, Dizziness Hour Erueta-
tiona of tho Stomach, Had Tnsto in tho
in ino region oi iuo iviunejn, nnd a nun-
died other liainful symiitomi, nro I
springs of Dyspepsia. Ono liottlo will
prove a better guarantee of iti merits than
u lentrthv advertisement.
Scrol'iiln, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, lJrysipelns, Swelled
Itcck, (.ioitre, bcrolulous inllamniations,
Indolent Inllammations, Jlercurial Affec
tims. Old Sores, Irruptions of the Skin,
Sro Eyes, etc., etc. In these, as in nil
other constitutional Diseases, Walcui'h
YiNKOAit Pirrmis linvo shown their gier.t
curative powers in tho most obstinato and
For Iiilliiniinalorv and Chronic
IJiieillllillisni, Gout, Bilious, Itemitteut,
and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of tho
lltood, Liver, Kidneys, nnd Bladder, theso
Hitters uo eipial. Such Diseases uro
eaiibed by Vitiuteil Blooit.
31ecliiinical J)ieI!es. Persons en
gaged in Paints nnd Minerals, such as
Plumbers. Tvpe-fotters, Gold-beaters, and
Miners, us they advance, in life, are iu1
ject to paralysfs of the Dowels. To guard
ngainat this, take a doso of 'Walk tit's
i:;cc.n Jiirri its occasionally.
For Skin I Ureases, Lrupt ions, Tetter,
Salt llheuni, Blotches, Spots, Pimples,
Pustules. Boils. Carbuncles, Itiniovoruis,
Scald Head. Soro Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch,
Scurfs, Discolorntions of tho Skin, Humors
nnd Diseases of tho Skin of whatever name
or nntiuc, nro literally dug up und carried
out of tha system iniishoit timo by tho
use of theso Bitters.
Tin, Tape, and oilier Worms, lark-
iiiL'iu thesMitcm of eo many thousands, aro
eilcctuallv destroyed and removed. No
Mstem of medicine, no vermifuges, no
u'ntlielininitics, will frco tho system from
Mimns like theso Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, muiried or single, at tho dawn of
womanhood or tho turn of life, theso Tonic
Bitters display fo decided an influence
that improvement is soon perceptible.
JaUlllIlCC. In all cases ol jaundice,
ttUlih. J.llU"ill v.LI...uv..u ...
lirouioto. tho secretion of tlio bilo nnd
favor its removal. For this purpose ubo
Cli'iiiiMi Hie Vitiated Wood when
ever you find its impurities bursting
through tho skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
nr Knres: eleiinso it when you linil it ob-
btructed and sluggish in tho veins; cleanso
it when it is foul; your feelings will tell
you when. Keep tho blood pure, and the
health of tlio system win louow.
IC. II. .llt'DONAI.I) &. CO..
Drugehta allJ 0n'' I'raucln-o, Callfor.
ula. mid cur. WanllUililuu anU Ulmlllull bt , New iolk.
" Kola Uy nil l)ll!SKllw und llealcra
siit.5, n en.
A CHEAT STRIDE!
t'p mill Over Old .tlcttiiiilN fiHiml
to do Utility, or ojju:iiou-
A N'KW AND VASTLY AUVAN'TAUKOL'S
PLAN HKH'iUV ADUPTKUUV
At their Works in Bloomsburg,
Viyrmerlr llliiiiinshiinr Iron ami M.niurai turln.' I
coraaanj), wncre wiu no aei.i eoiisv iuiij uu uauu
lurro uaaurimcuv ui
fVlllte and Red AnU AntUracltO
FOH DOJlliSTIO I'tmrOSEd, AND
OUPULO, IlLACKSMlTIl AND lllTL'.MIN'.
OUS CO. L,
nt prices to suit the trade. All Coat specially j re-
jimuu uvivic Haling .uu luiii. iw
Plows and Throshing Macliinea,
aud all Mnda of
Canting uml Machine Work.
Ili:i'AIIIIN(l pr'iaptlY attenrieil to. They would
roaiiecuully solUll llm ratniuno or the I'libuc.
(1. Jll.i J. K. IJH'KAUII.
Jan. 8, TJ-ly
A OICNTS WAN'TBD. At'llio rale this woik
2. U now bellluir It will ultalu a bale of
before the canvass Is complete. I'resbvtertan mln-
lau-ra wiiuuuv u enurie. or iiiohu in ui ut-miuiiu
, wish to retain It by optn.ulr i-xeiclsc, btiiUenls. laj.
men, nnd others who ut-slru to obtain lucrative em-
; fi'&S au"uUuu' aro B
to , "TUB 1I1STOHV Ol'1 THK I'HESHYTK
11IAN CHUiiail TlIItOUailOUT
A be&utUul kir) ticuaa voluino, Ulustrated with
stool und wooil ub rwliiKS, l.liH(Ty iTesbyterUu
family will Hviuf&iiVAPp'. Anpllcatlons foroxclu.
blve tenltory MicAUil Ijn t(2!t i Address,
IIE VflTO. iJS.NT & CO.,
Pvt. is, 11- ia. la DrouiuG Mn ot, Nuw York,
j& :b nyn i isr
'i he lltMiKUTON Sr.ni.su Ma-
ciiinb hail fprunff r.iillly Into
fiivorniiosncs.lii the ln-tt com
Wnatiov of gooil qualities,
namely i I.lghl runnlnt'.sinooth,
No5elos, UnpH, Durable, Willi
perfect lock Slllch.
Hlsn Slmtlle Jlachlne, with
Auloninllo Drop Fool. Design
touiltul uuJ oons.iructlou tlio
GOOD AGENTS WANTED
iiitt.xcfi urtici-s or nt
i.' Iteinliiclim Son 1
f , i ? " ,,n 1.,,..., v v
IS Jb ! l ?5 M 10,1 fIMUN'NlV
"p""nHl) -S Mo., J
Dec. s '74-ara
HARD WARE STORE. '
LAYTON HUN YON, BLOOMSBUKG, TENN'A
kcops constantly on hand a Full and Complete. Stock of
HEAVy .A-TSHD SHELF HARDWARE,
which ho will sell to the Public at Prices so Low as to defy competition. .
HIS S'lOCK CONSISTS IN I'AKT OF
IRON, NAILS, PAINTS,
MECHANICS TOOLS AUD AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
of nil Oradc.-i and Latest Improvements,
BLACKSMITHS BELLOWS. ANVILS, SLEDGES, and HAMMERS
, , T , ,, . . IT v ,.
lilU'dcil 3 Iloi'SC 1111(1 iMlllo llOtV; llotyo JNllllri, cVC.
patent mms, mn and waiter's patents.
, -, r -. . , . xi i n i i
SpOkCS, tlOaVV JUKI jLll'Ilt, Uai'J'illSO IviaUcblCS,
, . r. -. i n-i ,n ,i t i it . ,
AxlcSj SllMllgsJ, Utllll and Oil CMolll", lllentllics ai'IU.sllCS,
and n Kener.d Block .if
W AfJ QT A I) CUUIAGK MAKEUS GOODS
TWVVJIV ' V.'vtivi jvvjj iUnuii.lQ
Building Mntoriub, sneh as Dmicannon MU, Lewi,' Lead, Best
i , , T1 P ,
I vuiuio x mi; i,v.., no lun io
GIVE ME A CALL AND
Sep. 11, ISTl-lf.
NEW HARDWARE STORE!
klimleti, (loupes, Tvteien, Plii
I'ots and Kellh-, Pans :uid I'r'ar
f A 11 things fur all .nrts of btijern,
nimleti, Houses, Tvteien, Pliers
j I'ots and Kellh-, Pans :uid I'r'arn
A11 things for all forts of bu;erH. HJf
We have al ailded to our Jtock
PATENT WHEELS SPOKES,
,GLASS, PUTTT, Q
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE
In all it Ilrniiche", Carefully feleclcd and Pui'c.!Hd low lor Cash git lug us
Advuiit.igea l'or fuelling which can nut bi'jxcellul by any other
Ihirilwari) Store in tlio t'oiinlrv.
1' A CALL JXD
We GUARANTEE both in PIUCE and qJAUT'i of our Goods.
The Largest Store in jhe Country.
MaySV71 J. F.
MA N U I? A 0 T O II Y
M. C. SLOAN' A BftOTllLlt
rr.VVlC on hand and for sale at llie moU
iiri-ajonaljle rates a biucnuld stoct or
;AHiti k;l:s, hi:;;ii:s,
ana STfrj dtscripUaa at Wigons both PLAIN und
u warranted t , made of the Dwt and most duraWe
nmci.rl.iK and by Uie most em-rlcnc(it workman.
Allork tent uul froia tliu t sUMti-)ii.-U'rit will lie
found mbr of I lie hlirliei-tcla'-K and biuulnKHorf-r.
feet batWaetli n. 'Iliey liave alsuullnea-oiUneatof
of all tho newest and innit fa'-hl.iiu In slslM well
ami carefully made uml of Hit In r,i malerl
Aa Inspection of tin lr woik U aki-d Ittslio-
Ueved lliat none bujierlor (ua lie found Inlhecouu.
BUGGY & 0AR1UAGB
XT V. OMAN hfrebv InCum tha iulill .
11, Klat ko lui$ i ntiMod lAte co-pni tntri.liln with
hlsbroUKr.O.L, (uruin, uiiJ thai Uielmilnrni win
herealUr Ui ooii-liaud Uuder I he Una name of
ii. v. m.i ti into i
They will have on hand or manufucturo lu order
LIGHT VA( OVS,
an 'vary ttUn; In their line of business, of the best
muUrail aad meet comrleto worbmansblp, and at
nil i low as can bo afforded.
ihare of J'ullie vukonwj( U reiptctfulli
II. F. OMAN Ic I1IIOTIIKII.
g- t o isr -
Hkminiitox No. 1 Mnclilr.c for
f.unlly uie, In tl.o riiutn vkau
ok its KxiaTKNcr, lias nu t Ilh
a more lunn iwiika-b op iutio
Or SALE! Til IK ANT MAt'lllNB ON
ltKMisuroN No. 2 Miiehlno.for
M.ivcFACiuHlNO and fumlly us?,
(rcaily for delivery only Elnco
Juno, I8T1), for ransi1, ticrfto
t Ion, ami var let yot work, Is
without n rlt nl In family or
3133fr FOH CIHOULAB
ftiacliiae Cgdpi, Ilion, II. Y.
- ;.Hii.iTO. .oMrASir.n.
Ost A U..I llniHrtrn 'i'v Vcifk. Anns.
Madison "quale, Ni-i 1 ork, Inar Maclilnes.
ciilcaio, aii Main M henliii; .MiiUilne" uml itrnis.
iiiistun, Mt Wasliliutloii M., K'Wliiir Mncliliu's.
( Iiu liiniill. HI west li M., Honlui; Miu lilni'S.
I'lli', iwiiiuiwe, M., Mcnlni; Murlilncs.
.Ml.irit.i, (la., DHilro'a opera ilomi', .tUrlfttaHtrrct,
Wasliliiflon, I). C.,M1 Sotentli SIM fiewiujr Machines.
OILS, GLASS and PUTTY,
i i i , . ,
tuvj v.iin i. uuuin in uiu iuuum
SEE foil YOURSELF.
t - xl Kwp 0,1 Haml tl,e
In tlio County.
- IXNTpSTOnM'ES. SzCS.
SKJi FOll YOVJtSELF.
VVIDELIA & CO., Bloomsbnra Pa
KEYS'DM CARRIAGE WDHKSi
A Kl'HOSSLUV lia. on hnud nnd for sale
it. ct.iiiert lun the cheape-t, fcr iwsli, or w UI
of eiei-y eserlptlun lioth plain und fauoy.
Purlut' Top lltw.rli'i. own luiia-len. IMalu aud
nl- of an
form snrliii vu.u nil n' tin- inr.t s.ti.i
und mi- of eioJ nialeilil mid fully narruntrd.
litre nia c.ill ln-loro iiuahii.ilnir clsewhi re. us 1 cul.
vim? ui9 t-.m iK-ioro puivmi.iiiijr cisewhi re, us 1 cuu
n,U bauicraolil. 1 el llm Hut 1 make the btat whl'
1 also-i luliitlnu, (rlminlmr und repair old work
al mi. an-Tm mi i. ,.ii .nan... ..-..i.ia.i n
raiiledf staiiii cr no p.iv, 1 will oehaiijro a norm-
,"-.'-,' -' "" , ""'I i-i niiiiui-r, h-n-ji uu iier
lurk, I'li, iisli, linn hlckori nnd poplur to liedelUei
euaLiusaon OV Ln ri r,f tiln i...u ir. rnl.
dule oins fekenand .McUcli), Neal I (lo-s lor re"
: Dm IM Era Bejl
Tf.T. I't'ldM'td a new edilion of Dr. CUL
V grt I.I.l.'M eelebraicil say on the rudlnl cur.
I IvvlMml , ... H .
(without nmillcliie) of Sprnuitorraa
Half ".-"'.v lliimiiii'i ui tiLfriamor
JVvf3 ?r h,c lnl"ul w ealims. Involuutarj
SlOS "lal "'atness, lniituny, Menu
(4C physical Incapacity, Impedlmaii
lluri-e, utc,! ulo onsumpllou, K'lly, und Kllb
luuuiji oy beu-iuauiifeBce or textual Mtraiuiraiice
fr I'riee, in a noerf mietofie, only ix eents
Tberlebrutod author, la Uile adialrable n,ay
cloarid'-monslrntes from a tt.lrty years' siwcu.fu
prueK", Uiut tho al.irinlncr conscmenrta irtair
ahuviaj 1. rallcally cured without the ilnofirous
i.'jj iuktuui meiiKioo or the application of Uie
knlfi iKilntlaj out a mode if euro ntoncetimplo
., minnai, uy raeaui of wiucu ecry auf
tero mailer what his condlllos may be, may cur
.mUji, uiluuiiij luiruu-iy, uuu ruuicully.
fl'hU Lecture should bo In the bunds ol every
"t.nv,vij uiu ii iu uie mnu.
Hit under seal, In u plain envelope, to ay ad,
Orif iKft-pald, on receipt of six (outs, or two pes
bUps, AVo, Dr.hll.I.miMi'SKEsij.iDv FOltl'IUSH
Jiress tho rublLshe rs,
til AS, J, O, KLINl'I ft CO.,
ll lioery, veff voik, l'it onioo Box ,i.o.
II U, 'n-y
if EVERY DESCRIPTION
j EXECUTED PHOMITLY
jfr TiiK Columbian Ofwoh.
Iron Strctt, Lttwten M in and Third Streeli,
A I.Ij kinds nt Kunilture inmle In order and
u Imilcrn rinilture narir ri paln-d, Hio iiunlllv
htm jirleesnt hit noi k will "iiutian' wltn anrtlat
can be rroiluceil ml ho ret.pecuully sollclUa stu.ro
of put'Uo palronaL'e.
Will 1 earefnllv buiI promptly nttcnital to. Whfn
rallril upon ilurlm; any hour of Ike iw.v or night ho
will nt mice, rcspiieil aeil lay out the ilcml. Yhca
fdimlo help In nuchrom l.nlnln-il lie will furnish
Ready Made Collins
lioth of WOOD anrt Wr.TAI.II'' WAItB nlwnja on
lmn.l. lie Is ftlo tee t si l proprietor tn lilooins
burg anil stirroiiLiilnf iihirlcbt for
Taylor's Patent Corpse Preserver
nv which a corr- may b sunily ami carefully pre
crv(l It Ire tut ti'ii ile-lr.W" kiwih of time. Tho
u."f ot Ihr I'rmttr mm l obl.ilhwl Iroinhlmnt
any Uiae. -sifs. siiroiKl (l.etin ami 'nurnlni;
for Unix furiiKlM U 'h re pij.-Uoa. Atw, IIBAUhb
anu i;uvi;TAM.iai iurnnii"ii
Cf-I'tmember )ha Ilrnufar Underlain
and thoroughly midertnndf hi hutintM. lie
will not be'nnatrnld by am in lllmwiburq or
lath county. UnllKUT KUAN.
Dec. 11, '74-ly
flAIL ROAD TIME TABLES.
)ll 1 LA DELPHI A AND HE A D I NO
WINTER A 11 HA NGEM ENT.
.NOV. Olh, 1S74.
TIIAINa I.KAVE HVrt.llI AS I UM OW ?, (Fl'MllAT KXt HI TT.U
l'or Now Yorl:, l'hlladelphla, Ilcndliifr, I'ottsvllle
Tamanuii, Ac., ll,n a. m
l'or I'atawl.isa, 11,23 u. m. and 7,56 p. m.
Vor Wlllliiinsport, r,,n a. m. and 1,06 p. m.
TKA1NS10II IlL-rntT I RAVK A3 FOLLOWS, (SUMl AY EX
I.cnNo New Yoik, 9,00 a. in.
I-aio riillailclphlu, P,1S a. ra.
U'avc Itcadlnsf, 11,30 a. m., rottsTllle, U,10 p. m.
and Turn aqua, i,ro p. in.
I.cae Cnlnwlsaa, 0,20 n. ni. and 4,00 p. in.
Leave Wllllamsport, v,m a. m. and r.,"0 p. in.
rastcngcra to and from New York nnd l'hlladcl
plila yo through w llhout thiinie of cars.
J. E. WOOTHK,
May s, 1574-tf. (leneral Siipcrlntemlcnt.
CO 31 l'A NY.
(in and ufler November setli, IS73, trains M lcaio
SUNIIUItY ai follows :
Krle Jl.ill B.20 a. in., nnlvo Llmlra U.M a. m
" (Jumuid.ili.'ua... .1.33 p. m.
" llocho-ster CIS "
" Mau.ira u.io "
ltonovo nccommodallun 11.10a. m. urrlo Williams
purl 12.&5 p. m.
Klnilra M.ill l.ir. it. in., nrrho r.lmlra 10.20 a. m.
Uurfalo i:.prcsa T.1& a. in. arrive lIUIT.ilo S.6e u. m.
llunalo Espres-s S.tio a. in.uirlve Ilurrlsbiire 4M a. m
" Ualll'nores.io "
Klmlra Jlall 11.13a.m., nnlvo iinrrMiuri; l.M p. m.
" Y.ishliii;toii 10.30 "
" llalllmore (UO "
' " Wa'-hlngton KSO "
Ilarrlnlmrtr accommodation 8.10 p. in. uriUo Harris
bur' 10.30 p. m.
nnlve Iialllnioro s.2in. m.
" Wuslilngtim c.u "
Krlo Mall 12.33 a. rn. arrive llarrbburi,' 3.03 a. in.
" Il.-iHlmures.io "
" W usihlnuton 1(1.35 "
All d illy except Sunday.
1). M. 110 YD, Jr., (iencral raasenRcr Agent
A. J. OAATr", (iencral Mtinagcr
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
riiihuh'lililii A Erie It. K. Divisiou.
"VNaiul after SUNDAY, NOVr.MRKH Iflih,
V',1!1, ""-' Tiiiliison the 1'hllade.phlu.V trie Hull
ltoad bliMou mil run as IuIIohs:
r A S T LINE leans I Muuldrhla. 15.W p. m
" " " Hnnl-biirB.... 3.p. in
" M lllluiuKiit.. v.is p. m
. " loikilnien lo.'.o p. in
" " arrive ut iiuffalo M0 a. m
KIIIU. MAIL leaves Philadelphia.,
. .11.33 p. W
''"riWiurir ui a. ai
tl lumsporl t.3fla. u
wk iiai.cn Mfta. u
" Kenoiu ll.lo u. to
" " nrr. at Lrle s.03 p. m
EI.MIUA MAIL leaves Philadelphia 8.00 a.m.
.. 1.23 p.m.
. . e.20 ji. m.
" ' nrr. at Lock Haven T.sop. m.
LOCK HAVEN ACCOM, leaves llarrisburg 0,16 a. m
I! '' " " Wllliamsport.05 p. m
I'lllf A EXVliLSS leaves Lock Haven... .o.On.in.
,V . " wiiiiatusport ... :.tsn. m.
amvcsut li.irrl,-!..! ir...:: 'iii m
I liilJiltlphlu 4.13u.m.
Kim: MAIL leaves Erie n.50 , w.
'' " " I'cnovo s ts ii m
" loik ln.v(n . . ;. '
. MlllhiiiiMjrt . ., lum m
""..it lluiriauiV.. . . vwu m
' uir.at riilUiliii.hlu.....,...:; "oaiiii
ICLHIIlAlIAILleareiloikllaviu . in.
" " II iy.llaMIiil 1 loi-.in
nrr.ut llairhnurr.'.'.'.'.'.'.". 0 fia.
arr. at 1-hlUdelpiTla . o pi iu
NIAOAHA EXPUESillnveaKan s.o . m
!! " " Itenota 4.re , . m
. ' -""'Ii Haven B.itp in
" IHUmspoit. ii.Mp.ni
' " l-Ulll.llrj 8.40 11. Ill
i,i"wrc.?ti ".".f west tratna on L. S. & M.
u;.dAle,atI&:uJ lrv1"11 ""U CM
norlj.,,u.d at lluubburif vviln N. f. ll i. w, tratu
GKO. A. PIIUC'E &'C0.""
Organs and MolocloonH.
Till! OLDEST , LAItQDJT AND MOST PEIUT-CT
Manufuctory in tlio Uiiilccl States.
5 4 0 0 0
Now lu ma.
No other Musical Instrument over i,i,iaii,,i n,
IJ-Send for hlcn I.UU,
IHll-'FAU), N. T
PUBLIC SALE HAND BILLS
Printed at thin Ollioe
ON 8IIOKTERT NOTICE AND AT THK
AWHi UKASONAllLE TEHilS,