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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSB UIIG, COLUMBIA COUNT!?, l'A.
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f.Al'ICA WANNA III.OOIHIIJ((l ItAII, 110A1I
.vccoiniwiinii ion i rain i v. .11,
JIjII Trntii .... 4 T.no A..M
L-spross Train 1.40 I'. M.
CATAWISSA UAIt, l(OAI).
Accommodation Train fi,M A. M.
llciiiLir Express S,M I'. M.
7.IW A. Jl
r.. a I'. Jl
T.3II p. jl.
11,33 A. Jl.
TliHMiKli curs on Kvpross I rntn either In Nuw York
or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between
lalaw Issa nml Wlllliimsport.
SnLirrlkrn vlmliMir alil Hit rtllrln nlltor nf llio (III 1 mitm
In Hil.nnrr. Kill li rmllltil Mllh tin lironunl tlie took of llrv.k.
j h Hril. lhr n.w firm III kli nil nil a.l.rrlMngruiitrirt.,
All conlrncls mule liy Mr. DieH'cnliacli fur nil
vci tlscniciili", anil prc-paiil siiliscrlptlons will bo
e.trricil out liy tliopresmt iiroprKlorH of IIim pa
pir. llii'lucss canls In lliu illrcclnry will lie
conllniieil, at lliu olil rates, unless otlicrwi.-o or-ili-rctl,
anil will ilalo fium Oct. Ut, H"'. In
ilolitulncss In tlioCol.UMiil.VN on any account
from .Inly Ut, 1S7I1, to Oct. Ut, 187", will sottlu
with Mr. DiclK'iiWIi. IVrpoimlc-iringtoflop
tlicir paper, if any, anil those wMiing lo sub
.libc or In liavo llicir iit ullicc cliaiigetl, will
plenw notify in at once. Tliu paper will be con
liiiiiul lo olil Mitucribers unless iillicrwUcorilei
(il. Oiling In tliogreat nnionnl nf woik iuci
iltnt upon taking charge of llio ollico wo have
nut bail tinio to change tlio ilatcs on tbc piihlcil
iliuiliiiiH. Next week ihcy will bu iliungi.il to
Od. Slli, 1875.
l!cv. II. II. Hcwclt anil wife, after mi absence
of two liionlhs in Kuropo. retnrni'il lo their
homo In Siuihtiry la-t week.
(.'.iniily filrn anil horse-Mcus are having a
lirgo run Ih'n scawou. (inv. llartranft is on ex
liiliitiun at lnot of tnein.
On aeeonnt of the nppriiachinj; election wenre
runipclleil to ilevole an 11111tn1.il atimuntof space
In tliu ili.-eii"iun of pnlitieal iptc-dions.
William O. I'.ntler, Ki., of Danville is an in
ili peiiileiit e.iniliilato fur prothonotary in Mon
imir eoiinly. George V. Miles is the regular
The Noithiimbi'rhinil liuptist Association hehl
it- lifty-llflli anniviiMiiy nt 1'iniick recently.
The altiiiihince was huge anil the best ol feeling
Wo have secured the services of an excellent
eurps of workmen, ami nro prcpareil to ilo all
hinds of job work in the neatest manner anil at
the most reasonable rales. Senil in voiirorilers.
Mortgages, Deeils, Howl-, Note, Justice's
Tonus, anil blank.s of all Minis fur sale nt the
Col.l'MM.VN odice. A 1 -ii a lot of liunnil si hool
orilers. !23 Hi paper sack, for buckwheat Hour,
:'. cents each.
large anil entlniiatie Deniocratie miss
nii'cting was hehl in Allcntown last week. The
melting was aihlriweil by Ilemlrick II. Wright,
e-Maor Vaux, Daniel Kalbfiu anil Capt, C.
An ailvertison-icnt tells its own story. It makes
mi mistakes, as a solicitor might tin, anil stales
exailly what the merchant wants to say, neither
limit! nor less. Ailveilisemuils are honist anil
.bulge Lowrio, of the Cr.iwfonl jmliri.il ili--Iritt,
has maile an onler of Court that no altach
liiint shonlil ho issneil ugain-t any witness win,
has lint been paiil the mileage anil one day's
fits iii that capacity.
Dr. .1. It. Evans is pu-hing furw.inl his new
hunt' on the site of the olil Thinl Sheet Aeaile
inv, with iaiiility. When tumplilnl it will be
a luiiibniiie anil convenient re.-iiltnce, creililablo
In the bnihler ami the loin.
U.illcr Lciicock thot,hnt Saturday, six fine
-nipo, lour rail ami a tial. lie was ab-cnl but
iliue hours, ami was at no linn: mure than half
a mile fium town limits, l'ntly fair shooting,
u shonlil say.
The I!eiubliean organs are abusing our can
didate fur tlovernoi' because he iloes not reiign
In position ns .luilge. They fail, however, to
allmlu lo llio fact that llarirauft hehl ou to the
nlliie of Amlitur General when he ran fur (lov
u,.or in lbili.
If any suli-eiibeis either in town or out fail tn
ja lluir papers nt the proper time they will
e .iifn- a favor on us by inl'oiining us of the fact
nt once. We have been altering our INls au l it
may be that somohave been omitleil unintcn
liniially. Oiling to the illness of Jnilno Klwtll, the nil
jniiimil court appoinlul fur Oeluber Clh was
tuiliHiiiil until the 18 h. The Habeas Coipus
n-e of .Samuel Dogait was also continueil until
MM .Monthly . Jmlgo Klwell is eonvnleseing
ami exptels lo be abniit again in a few tlay.s.
lol. riollet arrivtil in town on Mumlay even
liy on his way to ailibess the (ir.ingcr.s of Cm
lie luitibhip, As soon as his piestnce btcaine
hinwnal.uge uuiiiher of cili.uis, irrespective
nf party, callttl on him at the pallor of the bx
tlimgo Ilotfl. Ilo was sereiiailul by the
lllnijiii-huig b.iml, anil lesponileil 111 n brief
,'iuh, whiih was well itteiviil.
Anotiii:u Hnaki:. William Slaubatli onhis
pljie brought to town alive lattlcsnako which
In tapluriil in Shiek-hiiiny valley la-t Wtilnes
'l.iy, whiih spoilul twelve rattles anil u.caMiiul
oiriy uiilns in length. It was exhihiteil in sev
mil places in town by -Mr. Win. Williams ami
Mr Slaubacli in u inanni r that wouhl ilo justice
i Dm Dice, the hog trainer. llmrick ImUjun
llmdir, do jou know that if you spoil a
nuiipid inulnpo while aildits-ing it you can
K'l (he value in stamps by presenting it at any
1 si nfliioV Knit I Jiihmuje.
'I ho stamp tan bu it moved fiom a spoiled ell
mIiiIki bv tliu wiiriiilb and inobtilie of tlie
imigue applied lo the back. Money can stiiiie-
liintsbe MVcd by the Use of that unruly mem-
l r, but not alwavs,
We lako plca-ure In culling llio attention of
oiirreailtislolhe fact that there is now every
iia-oii to believe we are lo havo a coinpli lu and
'li'c.tilcd survey of Columbia enmity. TVis is a
iiml we limer havu fell, for many reasons, Co
liiinU.i eoiinly has all the lieililles bolb for
iiHiiulaeiimng bu-inoss and farming tliat aio
neeJtil to make the county larger in population
M siiunger in point of wealth. All we ntn
i u luoper showing and a desirable circulation
t'iMiiiiu Iho desired end. Wo believe this to
lie the trim menus of developing the rewiuiccs of
""rtoiuilv. (!. R.bwctt. the nroieclor of llio
Mtrpriso, allbiim-h a voting man lias had extin
'ive expeilinoo as practical engineer and
draughtsman. Ho is now engaged In revising
die surveys. We hope every one will lako an
"itlvo Interest in this enterprise.
Tlio Charley Itoss ca-o U brought
'gain by u letter wrlltcn In Mr. Uoh by one
e'lo booth, who stales that ho helped lib'
duct tho child and that Charley ii n' In
Inland, wilh u band of pyjislc. I'"1'11'
Kiu-iMr. ltos. full instruction-, wlicro In
"il l Ids hou. A man bv tho iiaiiiu of ll.ikcr
Preferred to In Ilooth'H letter, whom Mr
'loss took htons. to find. 1 to nays Unit Hoolh
ladUrcpiitablo characlcr.btitiiow lUkcr has
disappeared, and hiwuot been seen tduco tho
18 "It. London mid Irish police havo been
l't on tho track of tho parties referred to
y Hooth.but no ono is sanguine- ol kucccss
Ono gentleman believes, it to bo n cruel
canard uiul thinks Nelo Hooth and lluker
Thonililrciisof llio DemocrntloStalocominllteo
will bo foiinil on our fccoiiil page. It h a jilatn
anil coniprchcn.'tvo ilocumcnt, nnil places the Is
sues of tho campaign npiarely before the people.
It shonlil bo carefully perused by every viler.
Charles Heay, n brnkcninii on one of tho
Pennsylvania coal trains, was klllcil near I.lmo
Itnlgu last Wt ilnesilay night. It U stitinof ml ho
loll oil the train, ns ho was tlead when found.
Ills hotly wnn sent to his homo In Sunbury.
Tho Democrats of tills place organized a club
lat week by tho election of It. 1". Clark, Kwi
I'rosiiU'iit; II. 11. I.lllle, llccordlng pocretnry,
l'rank lllllinycr Ciirrespontliiig Secretary, nnd
W. II. Kouns, Tieasuicr. CIuIhsIiouM bo form
ed itt once all over the county, for llio parly
means business this year, and must have organ
Tho following ollicers were installed in Van
Camp Lodge, 1. O. O. K, nt llloonnburg, ou
Saturday evening last. X. (1., M. 1'. I.utzj V.
(1., David Wenner; Assistant Sec'y, J. S. l'hil
lips; S. W., II. II. Itulter; J. W., Teler Knipp;
H. S. to X. (., W. W. liarrett ; h. S. to X. (I.,
llobert Stiirj II. S. S., A. V, Slayman ; h. S. S
II. Illuelt; U. S. to V., (1., .1. Towmcnd ; h. S.
to V. CI., .1. Penman ; C, lb (I. Phillips ; 1. 0.,
W. J. Smith ; 0. 0., 1!. 1'Miv.irtU
The Sutibiiry Gusclle credits the Coi.l'MHl.VN
with an Item staling that the Kew X. S. buck
Ingham authorized us to s.iy that his name was
put to the call for Iho "political Temperance)
eonvontlon" without his consent and ngaiutli!s
wishes, and that he lepudiate.s the movement.
Mr. lliiekiugham tlenied this authority in a Id
ler read before that convention, and as the pres
ent editors of Ibis paper have no inleiost in this
di-pute, they do not wlh to bo held responsible
fur the mis-slatenienls of the Illoomsbiirg HqmU
limn, book ngaln, Mr. Gitxttet
If the largo boy who lost the mo4 important
pait of his trowsers in an unsuccessful attempt,
last .Monday night between twelve and one, to
steal poaches from a tree in a front yard on Iron
street, will call upon tho Udy who -'grabbed"
him as he was disappearing over the fence, he
cm have the patch ho left behind. And if the
small hoy, in the same business, who eried"hist"
will accompany the largo boy and be introduced
the lady will be glad lo make his acquaintance.
Also, if that one of the Iwo men trying to rob
a neighboring hen-roost, who felt the brick on
his back, will call upon the lady who threw it,
she will present him with a bottle of liniment.
She always sleeps with one eye nnd both cars
open, and tramps may as well beware of the vi
Tun (iiiANfii:its in Couxcii On Tue-day
la-t tho Grangers of Centre township met at
Connor's grove. The day was fine and tho at
tendance laige. Mr. Sharnts spoke first, nnd
delivered a carefully prepared speech. Dinner
was then served to all in attendance', and there
were many ba-kets of fragments after all had
eaten their fill. Cel. Piolelt then addressed the
audience in a speech of sonic length, setting
forth the necessity of the organization, its pur
poses and aims. In no sense was his speech a
political one. lie was followed by the Itev.Mr.
Cattel of llenvick, whose remarks were original
and full of humor, lie demonstrated clearly
lh.it preachers are a necessity, nnd lawyers an
abomination. He made no nllu-ion to liccchcr.
The meeting was u grand success, nnd Centre
has done itself credit.
Header, have you ever seen a fish-hawk dine,
or rather get the viands for his dinner?
If not, you have niis-od a sight worth seeing.
As lie poison over the water with an occasional
lay motion of his wings, you would hardly im
agine that be was desirous of gratifying a decid
edly lavonous appetite. Slowly he sails in
grace ffl curves, his wide stietehed wings barely
muviiig, till his keen eye di-covers a fish near
the jiirfacu of llio water beneath.' In an instant
his liroail pinion-, are folded and like an arrow
he d.nls down on the iin-u-pecling prey, and in
nuulhcr moment he rises with the struggling
victim in his strong claws. Slowly ho soars un
til he roaches the height fiom which ho precip
itated hiin-elf, ami then shaking the water from
his feathers betakes himself lo the solitude of
the woods for a comforting meal.
Wo know of a man ou Third street who is
death ou rats. In order to exterminate tliu spe
cies lie set a inacliiiic about the size of a young
hear trap in his cellar one night, and awaited
results, before morning the thing went oil and
his prey was caged. At the earliest appearance
of sunlight ho airayed himself fur the impend
ing conllict. A bag, a gun, a stove-poker, an
io and a potato m.idicr were placed in readi
ness for immediate use, and the trap was brought
fin tb. Cautiously the lug was placed over the
mouth of the maehinejieroically the masher was
rai-ed, and then the Imp was opened, and if
Komi: one had not recognized the caudal appen-
l.ige of his young hopeful's pet kitten as it
leaped into the net there would havo been great
wailing and gnashing of teeth in about two min
utes. 1 le says now he knew it was a cat all ill e
Wo have upon our table a late publication of
'laxton, item-en v llnllellinger, entitled "Jo
nah, the self-willed Prophet," a practical expo-
ilion of the I ion!; of .Jou.ih, with a translation
ind exegilical notes, by Key, Stuart Milehcl,
i-torof Iho Piesbyleiian Church of illooms
biirg, P.i. We cannot better express the object
f iho work than in the words of the preface.
1'lie tiaii-lalion here tillered iiiin- not so much
it giving a definite inteipretation to the text, as
it putting (he render of English as nearly as
iblo in tho saino position as tho reader of
Hebrew. The notes are meant partly to ju-lify
tho variations of the translations from the ail
thoried versions: partly lo present interesting
iuts of elvmnlngy and idiom; nnd partly to
contain explanations, authorities and icfircnccs
which might seem lo lntoiiupi too much the
'oursoofnpraclie.il exposition. Tlio exposi
sition socks lo lilt as euiisi-lciitiy as possimu uie
biief oullinu of narration given by the text, and
to aid the reader in deducing the lesson login
ui.itely connected with it."
The woik will bo found interesting to all lov
crs of biblical liteiatiire, and invaluable to the
Sabbath school teacher.
Fur sale by (ion, A. Clark, bookseller and sta
tioner, Iiloomsbiirg, Pa.
tui: .Noit.M.vi. school
Illoomsbiirg ought to be and we trut it is ve
ry greatly iiitere-ted in Iho rebuilding ol tho
Normal School boarding Hall. 1 lure is no en
leipiise which bis given our place so much eclat
and aided in our general development so much
as that has done. Its conspicuous position and
beauty commanded tho attiulion of every
nasser-liy. and received l.ivoraiuo cousiiierauoii
Its destruction was a groat calamity, but not an
iiiinittlL'ated one becail-e Its rebuilding will cause
to bo expended henvwithin tho next few months
it least S50.000. All Hits will circulate among
us here, and what our eillzens may give in tho
erection of .llio new building will enmo hack lo
ii .,. nt mice, wilh other money coming from
I... Insiiranto Companies and from the Hute,
Nor should it be forgotten that during the lint
vear Iho money luougbt into this town by the
s!,.i.,.,.l l.ns been moie than S2.VI00. It Is lut
haul lo see whv Illoomsbiirg is improving, why
new buildings are In process of election, and old
,.s l,i.iner ri nailed nnd rchltcd.
ll Is that width has kept in ainployod while
other towns hao stagnated, Let every one put
l.is Jmnhlcr to the wheel and urgo Willi tin
a ids video and lulhiinco Iho pushing for
.....1 nnd ooiiinltlioii of tho new building,
'i'i,.,r,. Is no expenditure of money which will
vkld a larger in "ft Year after year tho
.. l.nol will Increase : year after year llioexpen
tlltures amongst us will double upj and every
branch of trade and Industry will no iiciieiiuee
fd'NDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION.
Van Camp, Col. Co., Pn., Sept 23, 1875,
KniTous op Col.tJJtniAN ! Tho Sunday School
Convention of Columbia county was called to
order by llio president, Ifev. Stuart Mitchcl, at
10:.10 this morning.
Sccretnry, Prof. M. W, Xuss,
A largo number of delegates wcro present.
Tho opening prayer was oficrcd by llcv. 'J'.R
Hofihieier. Mmlc, "ltcvivo us again," by tho
choir. Opening address, by tho President.
Tho following committees wero nppointod !
On business Key. A. Houlz, John 0. Wenner,
and Miss Jfnto Aminerman.
On nominations ltev. T. V. 1 tofl'incirr, John
Ileishllno and C. 11. While.
On resolutions A. C. Smith, ltev. H. Mitch
el and Mrs. I Tout,
Tlio President then addressed the convention.
Subject "Itetpilsltcs iu the Sunday School.
Music "Tho Saints Sweet Home," by tho
Convention called to order by the President,
who read from Will chapter of St, John. Pray
erollored by Prof. M. W. Xins, and music,
''Coming, yes, we'ro coming," by llio choir.
An cxorcNo for the children, subject ani
mals of the bible, by ltev. S. Mltchel.
"Who should select the siuiday school teach
er ?" was discussed by A. C. Smith, ltcvs. T. V.
Iloll'meler, Oust and lloulz.
Music "Liltlo Children, you may Come."
by the convention.
How X. Spear then addressed Iho children.
Subject "As we sow wo shall reip."
Opening prayer by Key. S. Mitchcl.
A. C. Smith opened discussion on "Duties of
teachers toward the pastor, tho superintendent,
the scholar and the uncared-for youth," followed
by ltcvs. A. Houlz, X. Spear, H. W. Hotfincler,
S. Mitchcl, Prof. Xuss, C. 11. White and David
Muic, "Traveling on," by tho choir.
Sept. 2fl Morning Session.
Tho convention called to order by the Presi
dent. Chant, by the choir.
Prayer oll'orcd by ltev. II. W. Hofi'meier.
Tho Convention was resolved into a teachers'
meeting, ltev, T. I'- lloll'mcicr conducting the
exercise. Lesson, St. John 17:7 1 1.
Tho question, "How should Superintendents
bo chosen," was answered by ltev. S. Mitchcl,
Ifev. T. P. Holl'incicv and A. C. Smith.
ltev. X'. Spear moved that the Convention
hold its next annual session at Xcw Columbia,
which was ngrccd to.
"Tho advantages and disadvantages of the
country schools" was dicused by Key. S. Mit
chell, How T. P. lloll'mcicr, Prof. M. W. Xuss,
John C. Wenner, C. H. White, A. C. Smith, W.
H. rord and Peter Laubacb.
Hcv S. Mitchcl lead an article from the Ilia
Opened with music, "Jesus. Lover of my
Soul," by the convention. P.aycr by A. C.
Prof. Jf, W. Xuss addressed the Convention.
Subject, tho collections in the Sunday school.
Hcv. A. Ifout. organized and conducted a
formal class. Lesson, St. John 18:,"!:! .13.
Lesson on biblical geography and travels in
the Holy Land, by Hew S. Mitchel.
Music, "bless the Lord, O my Soul " by the
The report of .1. M. Harnian, delcgato to the
State Convention, wns read by theSecretnry,and
on motion was received and filed.
The committee on nominations reported ns
For President, Hcv. A. Houlz; for Vice Pres
ident, A. C. Smitli j Sccretnry, JL W. X'uss;
Treasurer, II. C. bittenbendcr j Kxev. Commit
tee, Kev. X. Spear, Mrs. Kale Conner and Miss
Kale Ainmcrman : Delegates to State Conven
tion, Hcv. S. Mitchel, Peter Laubach nnd John
Wenner. All were elected.
Committc on resolution reported the follow
Htsohetl, that a vote of thanks bo tendered to
the citizens of Van Camp and vicinity for their
hospitality in entertaining tho members of tho
Convention ; and to the choir for the excellent
Committee on business reported as follows ;
Your committee would recommend that the
17th of October bo observed as a day of prayer
for our Sunday schools, and that tho following
order bo observed.
1. That during the morning hour between 7
and 8, all teachers engage in private prayer for
(lotl's blessing upon their labors.
2. That where it is practicable the opening of
the Sunday school bo preceded by the teachers
meeting together for prayer.
II. That the regular services of the sanctuary
pel tain to the Sabbath school cause.
1. And that all tamilies who hold family wor
ship remember the Sunday school especially in
Music, "There is a Happy Land," by the con
Opening prayer by Hey. S. Mitchel.
Subject, ''How the family and Sunday school
may co-operate, opened by John C. i nor, fol
by Hcv. T. F. Hollineicr and S. Mitchel.
Mu-ic, "(ialhciing Home, by the choir.
"Tho responsibilities and duties of parents to
their children," was discussed liy H. C. bitten-
bender, A. C. Smith, Hcv. T. F. Iloll'meior, M.
W. Xuss, Hcv. S, Mitchel and Peter Laubach.
Mu-ic, "Good Xight," by the choir.
Palling words by the President.
"l'raiso Uod from whom all blessings How,"
by the eonvcntlon.
benediction by Hew A. Houtz.
Thus ended one of tho most interesting con
ventions of the Columbia county Sunday School
Tho attendance at all tho scs-ions was large,
tho church being filled, aisle and benthos. I
mi indebted lo tho Secretary for reference to his
minutes lor the foiegoing upon. Yoiirs.Ae.,
In Heady Made",
at D. Uiwenberg's.
At C C. Marr's is tho place to buy goods
cheap for cash,
Husscl will nnon his Winter trade in Oys
ters on October lllth.
I, W. llartman's for lluttcr and Kggs.
but. & Sloan havo tho Largest Stock of
Dress (looils they ever opened consisting nf
it nek- A 1 micas, a eriiiocs.uasiinieros, nanis,
iVe., tVt',, al prices to sun overyoouy.
HOOTS I HOOT'S! 1100T.SI
Shoes, Shoes, Shoes,
Hubbers, Hulibcrs, Kubbers,
Heavv. Fine and Suiierliiip,
At nriccs to biiit everybody at .Melvinnoy's,
.... V i. . i.-i i.n r..,,rt ll.iisi.
.nil iioor uoiotv inei wiuu w..-v.
Shot only 10 cts. per pound at J. Scliuy
ler it Son'a'Xew Hardware- Store.
Yak and Guipure. Laces, Worsted Frin
ges, ami n great variety in uiom i riiiiiiiiuui,
with a largo stock af Notions, such as alt
ladles like, very cheap at Clark & Woll's.
A splendid variety of Women's and Chil
dren's Shoes just received at U. Jl. Knorr's.
No moro trusting nt 0. 0. Marr'a.
fin to HtiFfii'.i.i.'H fr your Groceries. Ho
sells for cash and nnd produco and will not
GLOVKS GI.OVKS I GI.OVl-S 1
Fine French Kid,
Fino Castor Heaver,
Fine Vcloin Driving Gloves,
l.'lnn IliioL- DrlvbiL' Gloves.
An F.legaut Stock jut received nt D
Don't falTto call and pay 0. 0. Marr.
Wlicro did you get tlint nico dress? At I.
Thoso No. 10 Shoes nro still ntMcKlnney's
Shoo Store, anil tho party that ordered them
will plcaso call nt onco or they will bo sold
in sections or otherwise
So.vii:tiiin(1 Nnw, A. C. Philips has
opened n Hook nnd Slntloncry Sloro In 0.
W. Storncr's new building. Give him a call.
Don't nik any credit at 0. 0. Marr's, ns
you will bo refused.
Farmers, you can buy ns cheap of Clntk
tt Wolf with butler nnd eggs ns for cash.
They niako no distinction.
Apiilclon "A" Muslin 10 cents per yard
nnd Fruit, of tho Loom nnd Hill Semper
Idem both yard wldo Muslins 12 cents nor
ynrd by the bolt nt Lutz it Sloans.
O. W. Corrcll has just received n splendid
lot of Looking Glasses nnd Furniture- which
will bo sold cheap for caih.
Fresh nrrivnl of blankets. Lnn Holies.
nnd llullaloes, Ilull'.ilo Lining and border.
ranie prices at u. s. l' tinnan s.
Printers say it pays to tiso their ink and
Clnrk it Woll use it to let their trado know
they now have in their Largo Full Stock nt
prices lower than over sold nt before by
SIIIHTSI SHIHTSI SHIRTS!
Fino Dress Shirts,
Fino Chcvolt Shirts,
Tho only reliablo fitting Shirt is at D.
New Grocery Department at I. W. Hart
man's. Lut & Sloan havo thirteen nlocos of
Water Proof ranging in price from 75 cents
to 1.00 per yard.
People coming to tlio Fair who arc in need
of Hoots or Shoes can find the best variety
nt h. M. knorr's.
Stonowaro at I. W. Hartman's.
- - . -
An elegant lino of Gent's Underwear,
Puro Merino Shirts nnd Drawers,
Medicated Flannel Fine all Wool,
Childrens nnd llov's Merino Pants mnl
Vests nt D. Lowcnberg's.
To tub Laiiiix You will find at Clark
& Wolf's a great variety of Dress Goods
hiich as Alnaeas in lilack or Ilrown, Cash
meres in nil colors, plain and plaid from 25
cents to 4-1 per yard.
Large variety of Mens and Hoy's Kip
Hoots just received at K. M. Knorr's.
Calico. S cts.. 0 cts. and 10 cents at I. W.
Heaver Cloth ntf2.50. .!S..r0 nnd S5.00 nor
ynul, .Wnter Proofs nt lowest prices, Flan
nels in nil colors nnd prices with lots of oth
er Goods nt very low prices nt Clark ei
You can get Cotton Flannel nt Lutz cc
Sloan's for 10 cents per yard nnd upwards
and Wool Flannel from 20 cents per ynrd to
Men's Fancy Slippers nt K. M. Knorr's,
150 pairs of Wool Hose at I
man's, 20 cents to SI. 00.
Ajiplcton "A" 10 cents per bolt Hill and
Fruit Muslins, 1 yard wide 12 cents a yard
per bolt.aud o'licr Muslins very cheap. Our
stock of Domestic Goods is full. Ci.ahic it
S-1.00 will buy you a nice set of White
Dishes at I. W. llnrtman's.
1 1 ATS I HATS!
At D. Lowcnberg's.
Men's Calf Hoots, best in market for $5.00
nt K. M. Knorr's.
When you conio to Town bo sure and look
nt Claik & Wolfs stock for their prices will
bo low and their goods nro in great variety
Xr.w Goons, Xew Goods,
received at K. M. Knorr's.
All kinds just
If you want a good Ham,
If you want cheap and good Tea,
If you want Colleo Java or Hio,
If you want good Canned Fruit,
If you want tho best Mackerel,
If you. want Sugar for the least money,
If you want tho best Syrups in town,
if you want good Cigars,
If you want good Tobacco.
If you want anything in the Grocery nnd
Provision line, go to Hussr.l.i.'s, Main street.
The constant increase in sales of the
Singer Sewing Machines in 1875 (when they
sold two hundred and forty-ono thousand
machines in ono year) shows that families
have learned their real merits and advanta
ges over all others, and buy two thousand a
wool; more lingers tnan ot any otlier make.
luey having received tlio lirsl premium
by the regularly appointed and competent
jutigex at a lormcr rairoi tins county the
machines will this vear bo shown at tho of
fice in the Opera House where as irood or
better work will lie done than by any ma
chine on tho Fair ground. Oct. S 2iv
Pewlcr Sand for sale at Hussni.'s.
Good clean Coal
to ho had
only of C. W
Xenl it Iho.
Cheese! Cheese! Cheeel
of Cheese at Hussel's,
Faum nits. Attention. Itivsr.i, lakes Holier
F.ggs, Lard and Produco in exchange for goods.
Don't be worried and nnoved wilh not onlv n
poor quality of Coal but dirtv and slaty besides,
out iiuv ol u. vy..m:.vi, iV into, wno deal only
in the 'best qualities. tl'.'tf
Farmers in want of first class articles of
Threshers and Cleaners: also, one and two
liorso Tread Powers, call on or address J, M,
llulslilzcr, Light btrett, Columbia County, l'.i.
C. W. Xll.U. t-Illto., nparo nncxicii!o Iof.oii1
nut nice Coal. a-'if
AVyiiiiiini; Seminary nnil Ctnniiiercial College,
Kiiitrstoii. I.ii.erne louiilv. l'a.. Inn aii'iiinino-
il.ilioiH fur 17fl limrilcrs ami i!0() il.ty scliolais.
.Slmleiits receivi'tl at liny tinio nnil i'liari;isl for
linai'il limn tlie llino ol .'iiliiiis.-ion. Miiilents
iireiaritl for colle-e, leacliinj? nnil luiine.
i'oniinercial I'oiir.-e anil lelcgrupliy iiiisiirpas-eil,
(Viinmon l'iiKli-h i-tiiilies tlioiouglily lau-lil,
Colli'Ko ireiiaratorv imiri-e (dual to that of any
other hIiooI. Semi for a c.itnmKiie ami n Com-
mereial .loiiilial tu ICev. I). Coiielaml. I'll. I).
Comincicial httiilents adilress I'rof. L. 1..
Oat Meal for halo nt lliisf-d's. Call ami try ll.
Wantcil, it man to work on cnntH,nlo girls
to work on pants nnil vests, 1'or Win. Morris
Tho Columbia county I'nirwill pobcltl nt
IlltionisburL', October, 13, 1 1, mnl Ifi, Tliu
prospects lor lignum exhibition aro flutoriiiL'
Kxciii'slon tickets will bo Issued ou all tho
ilillcrcnt railroads leailingto this place, iit
Win. Morris & Co., nt tlulr new More In llio
Kxiliango Mock, have jiikt recelvitl a grniul
flock of Men's iiml Hoys' Clothing, (ients I'nr.
nlflilng tiootls, Jlnls uiul Capr, Llollits, Caxsl.
ineriH, .(e-, all of which mo nllt reil to the pub
lie or will he mnilo up lo onlir nt the most ua
If you want n firi-t clans l-'arm AVngon,
If you waul n Plalform rieitMini Wagon,
If you want nn Kliplio fsprlng Wagon,
If you want it 1'lcnMiro Wagon,
If von want vour Wagon wit In cms! trim.
If you want n pairs ilono gootl wilh tliort
notice, Oo tu J, It, I'M vs.
When you go to riillailelnbla hton nt
tho Allegheny House, No, 812 ami 811 Mar
kct streetj having been iccciitly renovulcil,
I'rleo only a per uuy, a. iiixk,
Mnrch lll76-ly l'roprletor,
Old IMal.llslted Coal Yard.
0. W. Ni:ai, & lino., Wholcsnlo & Hctall
Dealers in Jill sizes of llio best qualities oi
Hcd and White- Ash Coal, at tho very lowest
market rates, Jlnvo constantly on hand largo
nnd Limcburncr's Conl,
F.spoclnl attention given to the prepara
tion of coal beforo leaving our yards. Grain
and Timber taken in exchange for coal,
Coal delivered tn any part of the town ut
short notice. Orders left nt I. W. McKclvy's
store, or nt our ollice, will rcccivo prompt at
tention. Ollico nnd Yards nt William Neal
ft Sons' Furnace, Host lllooinsbtirg. Your
palronago respectfully solicited.
COAL. 17 1 125 1 COAL
Hum1 TOMoriir.r.s Nuksino Lntaxts.
It is n conceded fact that mothers who havo
the care, anxiety and draught of nursing in
fants aro weak nnd need tho aid of somo
stregthening tonic to make tip the nour
ishment required for tho growth of tho
child. Ale, portcr.aud lager beer have often
been recommended. Of bite, sinco physicians
havo becomo nwnrc that Port Grape Wlno
produced by Alfred Specr, of Passaic, N. J.,
is strictly puro thay havo prescribed It in
stead of alo and porter, This wine is prin
cipally sought for by mothers who havo nur
sing infants as the best supply medium to ho
found. The wluo is rich in body and not in
toxicating but gently stimulating, Druggists
generally keep it, and sell it for a dollar a
4hll Conl slatitl nnd screened before leaving
the old established coal ynrd of C. W. Xll.Vl, tV
I1:LM:s SANTi:i:. In llenton at the rcslitenco of
Cornelius Miultz, Oct. r, ls"j, by Kev .1. M. Harder,
lr. Issac Helios, ot 1'lslilngeieek township, to Miss
l-'rances E. Matitce, ot llenton, Columbia county, Tn.
TOWN AND COU-NTHY.
The Wood owes Its red color to minute globules !
which Uoat In thai Ilultl, nnd contain In a healthy
person, a largo amount ot Iron, which gl.os vitality
to tho bio )d. Tlio Peruvian Sj nip supplies the
blood with this Mtal clement, and gives strength ami
Igor to I ho wholo sj stem.
DYSPKPSIA. IIYSPKI'SIA. llYSl'EIVSIA.
Dyspepsia is tho most perplexing ot nil human all.
ments. Its ssinptouis are almost lntlnlte In their
Muiety, nnd tho forlorn ami despondent .Icllms of
tho Uncase often fancy tliemsel.es the prey, In turn
ot every known malady. This Is due, In pail, to the
closo sympathy which exists between tho stomach
and tho brain, and In part also to tho tact that any
dlsturb.enco ot tlio digestive function necessarily
disorders the liver, the bowels and tho nervous sjs
tem, and effects, to some extent, tho quality of the
II. 1". Kunkel's Hitler Wlno ot Iron a sure cure.
This Is not a new preparation, to bo tried nuil found
wauling; It has been prescribed daily for many j cars
In the prncttco ot eminent pliyiilctanswllUunpar.it
clod success; It Is not oipeciod or Intended to euro
nil tho diseases to w hich tlio human family is sul iject,
but Is warranted to euro Dyspepsia In Its most obsti
nate form. Kunkel's Hitter Wluo ot Iron never falls
tocure. Symptomsot Hyspepslaaie loss ot appetite,
wind nnd rising of food, dryness In mouth, heart
burn, distension of tho stonucli and bowels, constl.
patlon, headache, dlz.lness, sleeplessness .anil low
spirits. Try tho great remedy and bo convinced ot
Its merits, e.et tho genuine, lake only hunkers,
which Is put only In 1 bottles. Depot,J North Ninth
Tor sale by all drugjhts and dealers everyw here.
L'titlrely removed with purely vegetable medicine,
pasilng from tho system alive. No fee until the
hejd passes. Come and refer to patients tieatcd.
Dr. II. F. Kimkel, No 1!VJ North Ninth St. , Philadel
phia. Advice free. Seat, tin and stomach Worms
also remov ed, Tho medicine for l cinovlng nil others
but Tape Worm, can be had ot j our druggist, nsk for
KCSKEl.'S WOKM svitii'. lileo !. 1.'. P. Kunkol
AN IMI'OllTANT l'ACT.
Tho voluntary testimony of thousands establishes
beyond all doubt, a fact, ol vital Importance to tlio
tlckaiul debilitated, vl.,th.U Hosteller's stomach lilt
tors Is an absolute speeliio tor remittent and bitei mlt
leiit fever, dyspepsia, constipation, biliousness, men
tal dopiesslon, sleeplessness, chronic dlarihcea, and
all diseases of the stomach, liver, uuJ bowels. The
unmedlcated .stimulants usually prescribed In thoso
cases only aggravate tho symptom, Instead ot re
moving them. Tho Hitters, on tho contrary, act ns
a corrective and luvlgorant, without producing tho
unplexsant and dangerou's consequences of the old
school practice. The action is mild and soothing to
tho Irritated stomach nnd bowels, promoting diges
tion nnd pi eventing llatuleney, ii.uisc.i, headache
and nil liitc.-tln.il ti regularities. A vvlneglassful be
fore meals greatly assists dUedlon. The convales
cent may Use them with great benefit, as a means
ot residing strength und chccifulncss.
CONSIMI'TION CAN HE CUltHD.
Schenck's Pulmonic sjrup.
Schcnck'.s sea Weed Tonic.
Sihonck's Mandrake lills.
Are the only medicines that will cure I'ulmonnry
frequently medicines that will stop a cough will
occasion tho death ot the patient , they lock up the
liver, btop tho circulation of the blood, hemorrhage
follows, and In tact, they clog tho action .ot tho
very organs that caused tho cough.
I.lver Complaint and Dyspepsia aro tlio causes of
two-thirds of tho cases of Consumption. Many
persons complain of. a dull pain in tho side, con
stlpatUju, coated tongue, p du 111 the shoulder blade,
feelings of drowsiness and restlessness, tho food
lying hoav liy on tho stomach, nceoinpalned w It li aci
dity and belching up of wind.
Thesa symptoms usually originate from a disordered
condition of tho stom ich or a torpid liver,
Persons so arfeeled, If tlioy take one or two heavy
colds, and It tin cough In those cases bo sinldcnly
checked, will Unit tho stoinich and liver clogged, i v
induing torpid and Inactive, and almost before lliej
aronwaro llio lungs are a mass of sores, tin 1 ulcerated
tho result of which is death.
Schenck's Pulmonic syrup Is nn expectorant
which does not contain opium or anj thing calculated
to check a cough suddenly.
Schenck's Sea Weedi'onledlssolvesthefool, mlvs
with the gastric Juices ot thestomach, aids dlgjallon
and creates a ravenous appetite.
When tho bovvo's nro costive, skin shallow, or the
symptoms otlienv Iso of n bullous tendency schenck's
.Mandrake lills are required.
Thoso medicines aro prepared only by
, J, 11, sciikxck .V Sos.
N. C. corner Slxthnml Arehsts I'hlli.
And arc for sale by nil druggists and iKders.
Till: OltEAT ANTI-VEItlODlU
Tho certainty and promptitude with which Hostel
ler's stomach Hitters conquer tho most obstinate
cases ot nulailal disease, nnil the complete protec
tion which thoy nllord tlio system against the ml.tf,-
uutle poison which Impregnates tliu alrof low-ljln;
1 "--"-rally localities stamp them its the foremost of
I Amciloan rintlpcrlodles, Wcereior on tlilieontlnent
feicr aiidiiffUolsnrcKiilaiMhUaiit-ln tho bottom
lands of thoSonlh, tho new clearlnus and mlnliu
dlslilttsof tho West, nnd In nil localities In the East
em nnd Middle Rates where iiularl.i provallcs, the
Hitters nro recognized as llio only truo specific for
Iho disease, and Its most reliable pieventlie. They
are, moreoter, n i-afo and nxrccablo as well as acer
taln remedy, unit on this account nro lmme.nmably
supeilor lo tho preparations ot quinine, arsenic bl
liiulli, and other mlnolrnl polsou? mlst.ikenijl.iilmln
Istercd as curallres for maladies caused bj niUisni.t,
und which II persisted In work Irreparable Injury to
Vnfoi tunntely, fever nnd njruc, and tho other febrile
coniplalnls generated by miasma, are not Uie only
ei Us hlch result from It, A great variety ot disor
ders aro superinduced by tlio Irritation which It
causes. Among these nro neuralgia rheuinatHn,
gout, periodical headache, palpitation, painful affec
tions of tho spleen, nnd various iloransrcincntsoi tlie
stomach. When Iraceublo lo inalail.t, tho above af
fections nro apt to aclinic, like tho disease which
oilslnatcd tliem, nn Intermittent typos that Is to say
they lecur nt regular Intervals, llosletter's Hitters,
however, obviates them all, by banishing tliu mias
matic v ti us from tho sj item.
nn: HEsr ritiKTiSH ofi'ice.
Tlio present lsn good opportunity toicinlud tho
fi lends of tlio paper, and tho public gcneruily, that
tho Cou'miiian Jon I'iiimimi Ohice has no Mipcilor
In this nctlon, nnd, in somo respiets, Is without an
cipial, During Iho last) car wo IinvocompUtely ie
netted our l)es and nutdo largo additions, and It Is
no Idle bo.ut to Bay that wo liavo now tho Host
Presses, tho llest Assortmint of Tpe, tho llekt
Stock ct Pit pi r, Curtis, Ac, and Iho Hen Workmen In
thccouutiy, our vs oilmen nie kptelally adapted tor
their places, and wo make It a point toiilwujsglte
our customers a neat, coireit and fcatbfactory Job,
We do not claim to ilo woik fur lens I lain otlui's, but
w III wai rant It to boas cheap rm can bo tlonouny
wlicro and jlcld a tlio nt piollt. All who uie In liioil
ot Job Pi luting ot ony klnd-l'lnlii or In coloi-b-wlll
llnd It to their lulciisl to glie the t'oi vmhun Olllee
a trial. Wo have on liana every vailely ot tards,
Paper, Ink, Knulopis, Tags, Ac, that Is likely to bo
called for, andean (urnUluuiy quantity or M)lu ol
workoutltort notice. HUidttg to order. tf.
Health, the poor mini's riches, tho rich man's bliss
Is found tn Avmi's Mkiucinrs, after a fruit less search
among otlier remedies. A word to tho , Iso Is eilfll
wiiKiu: to ADvnimMi:.
A. T. Stewart mijs the best ttdviillslng mediums
lio hns ever found ''nro the old established organs ot
tht two political pnrlles. nt the several county Benin
throughout tho Union." "Hiese,'' ho snjs "icacli
every family M the lciut account In their several
counties, nnd nro more eyef ully read than any oilier
class of Journals." If Xrr. Stewart's Judgment Is ot
Value, there Is no ilinirulty In deciding which paper
It Is for llio Interest ot b ilnuss men tondterllso In
Thol'ni.oiniA Dksiochvt, upon which this pnpcrls
partially founded, was uitnbllslie'd InlsSM, mnl the
Coi.i'iniiAH now enjoys n wider circulation nnd
greater prosierlty than It ever did. It goes regular
ly Into two thousand families In Columbia nnd ml
Joining counties, nnd by most of thein Is rend from
Hi nmt to Iho last line, Ills the only recognised
exponent of nearly live thousand Democratic voters
In tho county. It gives ndvirtUcinents a tatty dis
play, that makes them attractive to Its patrons, thus
ensuring greater cci Utility that thoy will peruse
them. While Its circulation Is undoubtedly mtuii the
lnrsost In tho county, tho advertising rnles of the
Columbian are no higher than those of other papers
with barely half inn I. sev end not one-fourth the num
ber of subscribers, facts like thetc speak for them
selves. No shrewd business man will neglect to In
sert his advertisements In the Coi.niui u tf.
KSirYSTHAM FLOlTltlNH MILL,
STOUT & imF.ISCII, PliOPltlETOILS.
(lencrnl dealers In flour, drain, Feed, Ac. cus
tom done tu order. sep.-im
NORMAL HALL LETTING.
MM l H TMTSTKKS of the Stale Normal School
! at llloomsbuig will reei Ivo proposals until Wed
in'sdjy, October lath, ls;n, for the itl'.liftl.DINO of
Till: llOAIIDIMI 11 ALL of said Institution, recently
destroyed by lire. Hie building Is lob" of oilck.rour
stories high, 1CJ feet trout by 4a In depth, and a wing
attached 7') by '2 feet, i he foundations will be pre
pared by tlio'i raster's and the matorl.il on hand Is to
boused, from nnd after Monday, Oetoncr II, com
plete plans nnd speclllent Ions iniybe seen nnd ex
nv.lnod nt the omco of the Illoomsbiirg ll.inklnv
Company. Information will at any time lie given bv
calling nn the undersigned oreillieret thtin. Cash
will be paid as the woik progresses.
.IOIIN A. 1'1'NSTON,
L. II. ltt'PLIII',
sop. W-!t. Untitling committee.
80 EUIFFS SALES.
BY VIIlTLMCof a writs of Venditioni F.x
pounsnud fieri facias Issued out ol the Court
oi common lie.ts or Columbia county, nnd to ino 11
i octed, w 111 bo sold nt public oulcry on the premises
SATURDAY, OCTOHF.H 23, lSTfi,
at ten o'clock, a. in., tho following ronl estate to-vv it:
All that cei lain piece ot ground situate In scotl
township, Colilinbti county, bounded on the north
by lands of A snvder, ou the west and oast by the
same, on the south by the L. A; 11. it. II. Co., contain
ing two acres more or less, whereon nre erected u
pi mini; mill and nil machinery and out biilMlug and
two dwelling houses.
sti.od, taken In execution nnd to lie sold as the
propel ty of D snider tc Co,
Illoomsbiirg, Oct. i, isTs. UieiliT.
BY VITTKof a writ of KitniKaci:ivaU'(lout
nf tho Court of Common 1'lc.is.indtuir.ctUrfCt
cii, will h'j uxivttcd to public w.ilo on tho prcml'sca on
SAT UH DAY, 0CT0I5EU 2.1, ISTfi,
at two o'clock, it. in., the follow Ins reulostutn to
All that certain iilcco nr imvelof taiul siriute In
scott township, CommliU county, lwundoit by lands
of .losi-ph llt'cUmm ami uth'M's ou Urn north, of
IvtiT ll.r'.'iibuch, on tin1 oast, of.tamfH Lake on the
south, uiulnf heirs or .luhu Koblson, oVeu-vd, on the
we.st, eontalnlnj; about uliihty-lx acres moro or lofe-s,
on which are m-cicd two frame dwelling houses, a
b.itik barn and out-bulldlnvrn w ltn the itppurtetmnees
Seted, taken In execution and to b" sold as the
property of Thomas t rou-im'.:.
liloomsburtf, oct. l, W.i.
"Y VlRTUKofawritt.f 1-icri l'r.cla-, i-siicil
lJ out nt tiici'Diirl ot I'oininon I'lc.ts mid to me di
rected w 111 be exposed lo imoile s.tlo on tlio prembes
MONDAY, 00T0I1EU 2.'), 187o,
at 10 o'clock, a. 111., th tollowln real ostato to-H It :
All that certain int"u.iKt of land situ, He In the
lll.ti;eot I.K'ht Mice!, on tlio ea.st sldoot a public
road leading trnm lilooinsljurtf toOr.i!iKellIe,liound
ed by tliu public road aforesaid, lands of llcorgc
Miur, lli'iu'K'e .luhu, lvter White and Maltheii
McDowell, eutitiiliiliiir 7 acres and l:i pcrcliesor land,
whereon are erected a two-story traine dwelling
house and out-lmlltlliiKS,
N'lml, taken Into execution and to be sold as the
nropi rty of 1'. Kclley.
HiOOUlibUI', Oct. 1,1375. bhcrlir.
VIinTKof awncm" Levari Facia-' issueil
I out of the t-'ouit of Common Pleas and to me
tliruc'd, will be sold at public outcry on the premise
TUKsDAY, OCTOHKU 20, 1875,
at 10 o'clock, a. in., the follow Inif real estate lo-wlt:
The follciwlutr ilescilbed bulldlii!; and lot ot ground
of James .lennliiKH, to-wlt : ljcalcd on a lot of
ground slluatc In the lioroiih of t'entraila, Colum
bia county, hounded us follows : on the e.ul liy 1'av
tun street, on the north In property 1 1 Ucorjie Jones,
on Iho west by land of Iho Locust Mountain coal A:
Iron Co., on the south by lot of James Mtcuiiuosti,
It beliik' a frame stable hUleen feet front by twenty
mo fci-t ih en and nfteen feet ht-'h.
seueil, tiiKeit ineecuuou anil to oo soiuns me
propenj oi dames dcnuiuss.
..lie ll.l l.f, t.llU . 1,11,
Uluottttuurg, Oct. 1, ls7.') f-hetllT.
;l,200 PROFIT on $100
Iniested In Stock I'r Uletres In WallMreet. Hooks
and itrcul.irs ti'ltluir. "How 'tn done," sent free.
Address iia. r r. it iv co., tiaiikers, u nan t .now
A Tl'OHXHY'S P.LANKK. Common anil
f JU'U'iii'nt llonds, Just DrlntP 'Jid for silo at
tho coi L'sim tv onice. Ail kinili of Attorney's blanks
culler Kept ou nana or VJrcuicu to oracr.
Coliglis Colli-', 1'iton
dull-', Sore Tluo.it, In
lliieuz.i, Ciotip, Whoop.
ing C ough, Hoari-eneM
or Soreness in the
Chest or Sule, Weeding
nt the Lungs anil every
affection of 1.1. 1'nroat. I.un-js and I hi si. ares eed
11) cured tn theiisoof lilt Wi.sTtn's iuijiim of Wit n
I ilKiutv, which docs mil drv up a cotuh und leue
lilt- f lllst- in lllllil, as isllie c.isi' Willi lllilsl It'llll'llH'S,
but loosens if, cleanses the lungs and ulla.vs irrlta-
lun, mm torn jving the cause oi the complaint.
Consumption can be cured
by a timely lesurt to this standard remedy, as, Is
proved by hundreds of testlmunlils II Ins reielved
S. E. corner sccondand Arch strcejs,
TEAS, SYHUPS, COl'l'EE, Sl'llAl!, MOLASSES
I ICE, flMCES, IlICAtlE S01U,AC.,AC.
reorders will recelvo prompt attention.
IKON IN Till! 1II.OOI1.
TlIK I'KHL'VIAN SVltfl'
vitulln's ami em lehes Ihe
tuooii, turn's up the sjs-
ic-in. uiiiiiii ui iiieuruHcii
iii'wn, eiiivs ti M.'nsla
reverse, nrouic ui.iri Inea
nenuiii, alfce luns, bolls
huiiiors, diseases of the
Ktiinetsanil til.tilder, fe
mint- complaints, .ve.
riioie-antls hate bei'
Chan,, d b Ihe me of tlie
rcnicd fiom weak, sickly, hunnlng creatures, lo
(struii-,, heal h. Iiappv men and wi'ini-n; and
Invalid- eaiiuot ie.tson.iblv hesllale lo gtte ll n lrl.il
I ACTION, lie sure volt get the "l'Mtl'VIAN
svuif iiiut ruuv an lark Mi d by dealers ucnir.
all). A lci-p.i;re oamplilit, containing a treatise ou
linn as a ne iiu-.ii nut-in tiiui ouu-r laiuauiu i.i-is,
tesllinunlals Hum illslliigutshed pin slt'l.itis, clergy,
men and ulhiis.. villi Ikj scut fleto auv addless,
hKTH W. l'owi.ij a Sons, pionlttois, so llaulsou
A Very Desirable Town Property
A c-ry desirable Town rropeity sitn.itol on tlio
noiui-.MM lui ir r ii mil au'iiuu ami i I'liut' hin t i
ikiw uITi'ivil fur suit) on f.iMjiiiljh' itTiiiK. Tho lut
HW feet lioiituu Mil AU'luit) and iHi net Hunt on
Lvmiu Miivi, una ronuuiih u i.tivu numnci' or apnir
ttcad i. U'ur ami nluni nv. lounu' uiul liroiuu uin
In tfuuil iH-uiltitf foiidltluii, at alnn ujirlrui, inLtailne
aiai Duiiuiu'tiuu nil's, itiiiucuu'B, turivms, if
:j STOllY DOUI1I.K UltU'K,
thoroughly and completely ilnlshed and com
piirutluly new viltli cellar under Iho whole
mid iMs In all the loouis. Theie Is also i
I'O.MPl.EI'E 11 UN. wtlhoirri.iuc huUsoiindhheilnt
tallied Uieieto, and a I other necessar) out.butlillngs
on tho iirendsih. llolh mi-ii and Llsiern water con
venient, 'I he fences have all Is en le-wt lu u most
i-uii-i,iiiii.ii milliner, and tin Min t mails uie p.ived
Posm ssloll Kllcll at any (line upon bhnlllioln e. l iir
pelf und home tuniltuie will ulsule dUp'istd of, 111
ucsircu.ni leasonaoi rules.
I or terms, Ac,, apply on tlio picmlsia or ul
thQ COLl'tlOUN ollice, to
B003KSEM.ER iUTO STATIOBIESR,
.Dt-iilor in Law JJlnnks, Sunday School Libraries, Depository of llio
Pennsylvania Bible Society,
WINDOW CURTAINS, WALL PAPER, PICTURE FRAMES, REWARD CARES.
Hooks and supplies not on band can be Airnished
On Shorl Notice at tho Jlfost Reasonable, Jiaios.
oct. s, is;r,-
in KxclmiiKo Hotel
COLLARS AND CUFES,
LADIES NEW KID GAUNTLETS.
NICE ASSORTMENT DR3SS GOODS PROM
CENTS AND UPWARDS.
NEW FAIjJu PRINTS TO AH1UVE THIS
AT THE POPULAR CASH STORE OF
W. P. JONES & CO.,
JUW ST(J(JK OK (JI.0TII1X0.
Gontlemsn'a Dross Goods.
Invites attention to ltls l.irsoamlclceant stock ol
nt his Moro on
MAIN STltUCT, IX THE NEW BLOCK,
wlicro ho lias Just received trom New York and riill
ailelphl.a n full assortment ot
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
inclmllnff t hi- most r.iiMonable, durable ami;
AXD OIL CLOTH,
Of ALL SOKTS SIZES AND COt.OltS,
Ilo has also replenished his already targe stock of
CLOTHS AND OASSlMEKEi),
AND PLAIN VESTS,
He has constantly on hand a large and well select
ed assortment of
Cloths and Vostings,
which Ue H prepared to make to order Into any Mud
of clothing, on very short notice, and In tho best
manner. All his clothing H made to wear and most
of It Is of homo manufacture.
(JOIil) WATCHES AND JEWELKY,
01' UVEI1V DESCltll'TlO.V, FINE AKD CHEAP.
HIS CASE UP JEWELKY IS NOT bUUPAisSED IN
CALL AND EXAMINE J 1 IS (1ENEUAL ASKOItT-
Clothing, Watcheo, Jewl-
GBAHD OPENING I
ELI AS MEN DEN HALL
U'AVlNti tesiinieil the liiiilnoss of Mcrcliau-
J.JL discing at his Old siote. on
.MAIN STliUKT, I11.00M511UHC1,
NEAK TUB I01IKS IIOTKI.,
Desires to call the attention of Ills Friends and the
Public general!) ,u his
NEW, FI LL AND VAUIEI)
STOCK OF GOODS,
And solicits asharo of publlo patronage
HIS STOCK CONSJVl'S Ol'
HOOTS X SHOES,
ri.OUlt AND V'l-ED
In connection with Ids kluk of Mircnandlgo lio
iniiklniilly ke on hand In Ids yard.
AND HIll.NULUSOF HIS .MANUI'ACIVHE.
Dill Lumber nuule iv speciality.
CALL AND bEE.
JJuilriinx, Dlooinslxirs, Pa.
R E A D Y M A D 15
HE HAS THE
FINEST GOODS, LATEST STYLES,
AND EMPLOYS THE
l-'or tiood Fits and Promptness tn f.lllng order
there Is tho place to go.
Ills goods nre selected with care and Ids Ct'feVUM
WOU1C will compare favorably with the best cffn t
of the fasldonablo city Dealer.
HE KEEPS A LAItOK STOCK OP
BOYS' & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
At Astonishingly Low Prices.
A. J. EVAJ.S.
Jtllyl, 1S73 tf.
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
K. liODlNE. Iron Street helow- fcc-
ond, llloomsburg, Pa., Is prepared to do al
In tho best styles, at lowest prices, and at short
Parties having sttcliw or to do wll save money by
work warranted to clve satisfaction. Order
WM, K. I50DINE.
Mar. a, 'Tl-ly.
FARMERS TAKE NOTICE !
It Is ot great Importance to ou what kind ot
lu.Uiiiie upplJ t" your Wheat Lands Ilils fall. If
jou want a good crop of Wheat next season, and n
heal crop ol lirass to follow, use.
Raw Bone kSuper Phospliato
Put up in -joint, bugs.
The base ot thU old Established Article Is Haw or
t'libuined Hones, and Its strength cannot bo ex
haui.led Willi the crop ut Wheat, but will provo ef
feitlie on the rollowlng crop of urass, and will also
permanently linproie Ihe soil.
Farmers look to j our own Interests nnd provo If
what we say ubuiil
Baugli's Raw Bono Phoswhato
Is true or r.tle, and notiry in ot tho result. Make
iipplleatlou for It early to .tour neatest Dealer In
Manures, and If jou cannot secure It througlt them,
send our nrders din et to j our friends
H AUG I I & SONS.
Aug. lo-at. l'llll.MIEI.PHIA llALTIMOllE,
IN lTUSt'ANCK Ol' AN OllDEH OK
I llio orphan's coutt i f Ci luuibla louiilv. the tin-
i.i rHgncil, ueilng Hit eutor ot the htkt 111 nnd 'It tu
iniiit-iii i.i jvuiim iiiiiue, line (i tno lownsuip ot
lloailtiecieek, In snld county, deceased, villi exnoto
tu publlo sale on the premises, on
SATl'ltDAY, OCTOUEU 'Jtli, 1875,
commencing nt lo o'clock In the forenoon ot mid day,
,ltii .u,i,t, uin.tm ii 1 1. M, .villi., IU Hit.
All that ci rlaln piece, parcel or tract of lnndnttt
ale, lvlhgnnd U liiglnlho townblilpot ltoiulngcrceli.
In said ooiintv, U.uiilleii and descilbt d as lollovis, tu
whi aujuiiiiui minima ruiomen t-iruun'i on tun
hi'm, lutiiiH oi Niuiuei iioui k i ii mo tion u, minis oi
.lchii lllcu on thn can, and lands ol Oliver Evaus on
Ihe south, uuitnlnliig
more or less, neatly ullilciirid lund. w hereon m,.
TWO-SIUKV FHAJlli DWULLlNtl HOl'KE,
Al'iamuHunk lUru uud other out-bulldlugs. There
U ou tliu piemlbesagood Applo oiiliuid, unit other
Irult. aImi, gooilvtuiiroutheiTemlm, IWcbtlon
glteuUlot Apill, lstu.
I'ONHIIIONS OV kAlE.-TfUlirteiit.iittlicoiic.
fotuiliot the iiuicliaw uioiioy to le paid ut il.i- .-trit-li
tt duw u ot tl.e 1 1 o ny, the oui-foiirt li li m. Hu ii u
li nut. ut 1 lie icni.i inutli.dll the tah und ihe I nl-
iince tu one jistr iniliimil, with mil it si Inn. nn
ni'luallun UUI. ol laid Nile,
Sep. lT-lt. AillUg fcjiiculur
wife lliu luvli'g lift my
ouril. Mltliout ltist iiievn .,r
lioiuc, bid Mnl bouril,
lulilaliit, I liculy Infoiiu nil m.-ii s tl.ut 1 win
in) VUUCkllBNJDUUI, LVlilllKl l AlOU Dl IIUI 1 ,
Alt, pleufcuni, October l, nic
Increastsl ami remunerates!.
ro ono ami tho nauio person.