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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUR.Gr, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA
Till: FAItMKIl'S StlS.
A farmer nnd lililtttlo child
Walked out one. summer morn,
"i hromrh meadow land and forest land,
And nclth ot golden eorn,
"8,'e. eima," the sturdy farmer said,
"llu.v f.ilr tho grow Injf (train I
'Tivlll mako thy father rich and free,
When winter comes again."
Then plucked he at tho golden eorn,
Tlnluile, gentle lad,
And kMml lt "Mom the oorn.'Mio sjld,
"That mkcs my father glad."
"N'ay, clill 1," lis smiled up n his boy ;
"riii1 fair grain dies lis li-st j
Yet as It, grows and iip.ns here,
O. i h bill do l's behest."
T ic:i ,ill till lid I1I4 little hand,
Mi l mrvrt hln curly hoods
Mr. -,1! ill lit' t tvm my father doar,
- i l"i 1 1 us all," he said
The ''ui'.lv fnrmr's ores wero wet,
"ment" thou whisp-nro-llioi
" Tl' rim 1 ir.iy, but bleu tho Iml,
. inj son tome I"
A, Vntt K-itnto In Kansas.
. George Grant's Farm of fi7t),O03
Ti rhnf fStr.yt a-ul Cue.
Vmuiig tlio prominent visitors nt tho fair
li Air, Gpurgo Or.uit, of Victoria comity,
ivin a, , tlio owner of tlio largest farm in tin
ivorlil) with tlio exception, perhaps, of the
Puke nf Sutherland, ivlunoliro.nl acre con-
-.1 i. LirjiL-ly of lull iitul heiillier. Mr. (tr.mt's
domain coven 57(1,000 acres in the heart ol
Kiuisas, nhont 200 miles west of Kansas City
t ) Kort Hays, the centre of tho tract. His
effort Is to establish a model farm, for which
great credit is due him, as well as for his
successful ell'jrts in introducing imported
stock, and showing the re-nits in crossing
imported with native stock, ami also the best
method of sheltering and feeding cattle in
winter. Mr. Grant is going to Europe in
bout five weeks to arrange for tho bringing
out of more people and a largo portion of
high bred slock, which lie will exhibit nt the
Centennial, with tho Intention ultimately of
shipping it to Victoria. Mr. Urant states
that ono herd of eighty one short horns of
the llootli strain sold five weeks ago at the
mlo of the late Mr. Torr's property in En
gland at an averago prico from young to old
of $3,000. They were of tho same family
that lie has at Victoria, and many of the
animals were brought to America.
Mr. Grant's colony has largely swelled this
season by immigrants, and another English
company has bought 40,000 acres adjoining
tho Victoria colony. One of the New York
Gtinthers lias started with 0,000 acres and
Mr. Dickinson, of St. Louis, has bought tw
square miles, and is out thcro now making
arrangements for putting up a house. Mr.
Grant says he is more than satisfied with the
produce of his crop this season.
The rains have been abundant, but last
year tho grasshoppers swept everything,
Ono field of eighty acres of Hungarian grass
on his farm has produced 7G0 tons of fodder
and 5,114 bushels of seed, giving a profit of
more than 500 percent on tlio cost of put
ting in tho seed. He put m 300 acres of al
fulfil, a kind of fodder much used in Cal
fornia. The land will grow three crops
this grass in a year, at tho rate of six tons to
tho acre, but it airecis a deep, dry soil. M:
Grant has increased his Hock of sheep to 10
000, and has 1,000 cows. In less than fiv
years he expects to increase his sheep to 100,
000. His wool alone this season brougli
$11,700 in Boston at 33 cents per pound,
Sheep farming is evidently destined to be
profitable business in Kansas.
IlltIXE THAT WILL rr.EsT.ItVE llUTTCU
Ye Vk. Among tho many devices for keep
ing butter in a manner that will presen
ile re8h rosy flavor of the new with all its
sweetness, is tho following from tho Duchess
rar Mr, which is said to bo entirely success
"To three gallons of brine, strong cnougli
to bear an egg, add a quarter of a pound of
nice white sugar, and one tablespoonful of
saltpetre. IJoil the brine, and when it is
cold, strain carefully. Make your butter in
to rolls and wrap each separately in a clean
white mulsin cloth, tying up with a string,
Pack a large jar full, weigli tho butter down
aa 1 pourovcrtho brino until it issubmerged,
This will keep really good butter perfectly
sweet and fresh a whole year, lie careful
not to put upon ice, butter that you wisli to
keep for any length of time. In summer
when the heat will not admit of butter be
ing made into rolls, pack closely in small
jars, and using the same brine, allow it to
cover the butter to tho depth of at least four
inches. This excludes the air, and answers
very well, as tho firot method suggested."
Everlasting Fe.vci: Post. A
pondent of the Western Jlural says :
"I discovered many years ago that wood
could be made to last longer than iron in the
ground, but thought the process so simplo
aim inexpensive that it was not worth mak
ing any stir about it. I would as soon have
poplar, basswood or quacking ash as any
other kind of timber, fur fence posts. 1
have taken out basswood posts after having
ueen set seven years, that were as sound when
taten up as they were when first put in the
ground. Time and weather seem to have;
no efiect on them. The poils can be prt-par
cu lor less than two cents a piece. For tho
benefit of others I will give you the receipt
Take boiled linteed oil and stir it in pulver
ized charcoal to a paint, l'ut a coat of this
over the timber, and there is not a man that
will live to seo it rotten."
The Dangei! of Wet Coal. The peo
ple who prefer wetting tho winter's storo of
coal to lay the dust, on putting it iu their
cellars, do not, wo believe, generally know
that they aro laying up for themselves i
store of sore throats and other evils consc
quent upon tho practice. Hut so it is said to
be. Even tho firo damp which escapes from
coal mines arises Irom tho slow decomnosi
tionofcoal at temperatures hut little above
that of tho atmosphere, but augmented pres
sure. l)y wetting a mass of freshly broktn
coal and putting it into a warm cellar the
mass is heated to such a degiee that oarbur-
cttcd sulphuretted hydrogen are given oil" lor
long periods of time and pervade tho whole
house. Tho liability of wet coal to mUchli-
vous results under filch circumstances on
record of tho combustion of wet coal when
atowed into the bunkers or holds of vessels.
A 'um this cause doubtless many mlssiinj
caai vessels nave perislieu.
How to uet hid or Stumi-s. Gen. Col
quitt, ol Georgia, in n recent address, said
to remove stumps from a field, nil that is
noccssary is to havo one or mora sheet iron
chimneys, some four or fivo feet high. Set
llro to tho slump and placo tho chimney ovei
It, so on to give the requisite draft at the hot
torn. It will draw like ubtovo. The stump will
Boon De consumed. With several such chiin
neys, of different sizes, thcremovalofBtumps
may uo accomplished ut merely nominal la
bor and expense. Maryland Farmer,
At a young ladles' bcmtiiary, recently,
during an examination in history, one f
tho pupils was interrogated thus : "Mary,
slid Martin Luther dio a natural death?4
'No," was the reply, "He was excommuni
Tin: Vox anii Tin: OnAinx. A fox, just
at tho time of tlio vintage, stole into n vine
yard where the rlpo sunny grapes were trcl
ticd up on high in most templing show,
lie mado many n spring and a jump after tho
luscious prize j but, failing in nil his at
tempts, ho muttered as ho retreated, "Well I
what (loos it matter! Tlio grapes are sour I"
Tin: Vox ASM) tiii: Lion. A l'ox who
had never seen n Lion, when by chi-nco he
met lilm for the first time, was so u-rriiicd
that ho almost died of fright. When he lii"l
him the second time, ho was still air: M, hut
managed to dlsguNe his fear. When ho ?aw
him tho third time, lie was so much einbold
cued tiiat ho went up to him mid usl.ed him
how ho did.
Familiarity breeds contempt.
Tin: Fawn and iti:n Motiiiiu.- s. f pvii
ono day said to her mother, "Mother, you
aro bigger than a dog, and swifter tin I hette
winded, and you havo horns to defei 1 your
self; how is it that you arc &o afraid of the
hounds?" She smiled and said, "All this,
my child, I know ; but no sooner do 1 hear
a dog bark than somehow or other my heels
tuko me oiras f.ist as they can carry i le."
There is no arguing a coward into emrafe.
Tin: I-'i.iks and tub Honey-Pot A Put
of honey having been upset in n grocer's
shop, the Flies came around it in swnrnii to
eat it up, nor would they move from the spot
while there was n drop left. At long h their
feet became so clogged that they cjuld not
fly away, and stilled in tho luscious sweets
they exclaimed, "Miserable creatures that
wo arc, who, for tho sake of an hour'.s pleas
ure, have thrown away our lives 1"
A Muli:. A Mulo that had grown fat
ind wanton on too great an allowance
ccm, was one day jumping and kicking about
and at length, cocring up her tail, exclaimed
"My dam was a Hacer, and I am quite
goou as over sue was. JJut being booh
knocked up with her galloping and frisking.
she remembered all at once that hersiro iva3
but au Ass.
Every truth has two aides ; it is well
look at both, before we commit ourselves to
The Ant and the GitAssitori'En. On
cold, frosty day an ant was dragging out
some of the corn which ho had laid up in
summer time, to dry it. A grasshopper,
half-perished with hunger, besought the ant
to givo him a morsel of it to preserve hi
life. "What wcro you doing," said the ant.
"this last summer?" "Oh," said the grass
hopper, "I was not idle. I kept singing all
the summer long." Said tho ant, laughing
and shutting up his granary, "Sinco you
could sing all summer, you may dance all
Winter finds out what summer lays by,
The Fioiitino Cocks and the Eaole.
Two young cocks were fighting as fiercely
as if they had been men. At last the ono
that was beaten crept into a corner of the
hen-house, covered with wounds. But tho
conqueror, straightway flying to tho top of
the house, began clapping his wings and
crowing, to announce his victory. At this
moment an Eagle, sailing by, seized him in
his talons and boro him away ; while tho de
feated rival came out from his hiding place.
and took possession of the dunghill for which
they had contended.
I UK One-Lyed Doe. A Doo that had
but ono eyo used to grazo near tho sea, and
that sho might be the more securo from at
tack, kept her eyo towards tlio land against
tuo approacli of the hunters, and her blind
side towards tho sea, whence sho feared no
danger. lint some sailors rowing by in
boat and seeing her, aimed at her from tl;
water and shot her. When at her last casn,
sho sighed to herself: "Illfutcd creature that
I am I I was safe on tho land side, whenco
I expected to bo attacked, but find an enemy
in the sea, to which I most looked for pro
Our troubles often come from tho ntiartcJ
wucnee we least cspect them.
The Fox and thk Goat. A fox had
fallen into a well, and had been castintr
aoout lor some time how he Bhould get out
again ; when at length a goat came to the
place, and wanting to drink, asked Reynard
wnetnir tuo water was good and if there was
plenty of it. Tho fox, dissembling the real
danger of his cause, replied, "Come down,
my iriend j tlio water is so good that I can
not drink enough of it, and so abundant that
cannot bo exhausted." Upon this the
goat without any more ado leaped in: when
tho fox, taking advantago of his friend's
liorns, nimbly leaped out.and coolly remark
ed to tho poor, deluded goat, "if you had
nan as much brains as you have beard, you
would havo looked belore you leaned."
The hio.v and the Hoivman. A man
who was very skilful with his bow went up
into tho mountain to hunt. At his approach
there was Instantly a great consternation and
rout among all the wild beasts, tho lion
alone showing any determination to fight.
oiop, saiu tlio bowman, "and await my
messenger.who ha3 something to say to you."
With that ho sent an arrow after tho lion
and wounded him in tho side. Tho lion.
smarting with anguish, fled into tho depth
of tho thickets: but a fox, seeing him run,
bade him to tako courago and faco his ene
my. "Xo," said the lion, "you will not ner-
uade inoto that; for if the mcssemrcr ho
sends is so sharp, what must bo tho power
I him who sends it I"
J HE WOLF AND THE CllJlNE. A Wolf
had got a bono stuck in his throat, and in
tho greatest agony ran rip and down, beseech-
ng every animal ho met to relievo him:
atthesame timo hinting at a very hand
some reward to tlio successful oncrator.
Crane, moved by his entreaties and
promises, ventured her long neck down
the Wolf's throat, and drew out tho bone.
Sho then modestly asked for tho promised
reward. To which, tlio Wolf, pririnimr nml
bowing his teeth, replied with seeminc- in.
donation. "Ungrateful creaturo ! to ask for
any other reward than that you havo put
our neau into a Wolfs jaws, and broueht
it Bafo out again !"
Tlioso who are charitablo onlvln tho bono
of a return, must not bo surprised it, in their
leaungj with evil men, they meet with more
jeers than thanks.
The Fjsiiekman 1'ii'ino, A Man who
cared moio for his notes than his neU. seelmr
somo fish in the tea, began playing on his
pipe, thinking that they would iuinn out on
fchore. Hut findliiL' himself disannul nlfiil
e took a casting-net, and enclosing n mul'
tltudeof fisli, drew them to land. When ho
saw tho fish dancing and flapping about, ho
smiled and said, i'Since you would not dance
when I piped. I will have none of your dan
It U ti great art to do tho right thing at the
TltR OltltlT SSCaitTOPTlIK WONIiKRFl'l.
SUCCESS OF VEG12T1NE.
ItMrlkesatthcrool of dhensn by purifying tne
blood, restoring tliu liver and Kldnejs to healthy no
tion, Invigorating the ncruuis nj stem.
UELtAllLE P. VI HUNCH.
Mr.lt. It. ITT.VIINS!-
De in 1111-1 win met elieerfullv ndJ my li -llmonv
tn the grout number Jill lino alre.nl'. recoiled In
favnv ut wniritrcnt nml go-d mi dulii", Vegetlne, fur
I d i nut think enough inn lie sal I In Us prulse, f ir 1
was Uuubleil oier tldrlv sears Willi that (trindt d
disease, nlarrli, and hail surh eouirlilnc sts-ISs Unit
It would seem us tiuntgli I could lieicr luviilhi' am
moro.iihd Yogctltic has ruled ine 1 mid Idofe-lt.
thank (IikI all the lime there Is si (food n medicine
as Vegellne, unit I nli think II onu of tho bi si
liieilldnesfnreouitlis nnd weak sinking feelings nt
fli.1 stomach, and uiliho (.er-l"Iv lo tnk" the
Wgi line, lor I ran nssuif them thut It Is one of I oi
liest Medicines that out was. Mrs. I.. (IU1II,,
Cor. Mngiulhu ami Walnut Ms
Vegetlne Is ncknmi lodged and recommended br
phvsii l ins and apoMieeailcs lo bo the best purlthr
and cleanser of tho blood yet discovered nintthous
nud.s "speak In llspratsu who hao been restored to
rsKPtmT i'kom a im! u'tioat, chemist anii
linn Sin Thlslsloeertlfyth.it I havo sold nt re
tall ISI' dozen (KVi Uottirs) ot your Vegetlne since
A pi 11 IS. 1S7H. andean truly siy that lhnio glicn the
best Kitlsfirtlon nf nny remedy for Urn complaints
for which It lsrocninmended that 1 ever sold, scarei
IV n day passes w llhoiil some ot my customers testl
f i Ing to Its merits on themselves or their friends I
nmpc-rrectlv cognizant of scleral eases of scrofu
lous Tumors being cured by Vegettno nlonolnthls
Very respect fully yours.
To II. II. STEVENS, Ksii.
WILL CLEANSH SCKOFULA FllOM THK
Mf II. If.fiTRVKNS:
iicn sin Tunis to Hhow that mv son was taken
sick m January, lsiu, with Scrotal i, which camo out
In larce soros unit ulcers on his lea and hip. Ills leg
was swelled inuro than twlco Its natural size, lie
had several doctors of high standing In their pro
fession two from Iloston and three from charles-town-wlthout
getting a bit better, lie was obllgid
to He wherever ho was placed, for ho hadnousoor
his limbs whatever. When we had given up all
hopes ot his living we were told to try Vegetlne, , the
great blood remcuy : ana nc nau mKcn n ui u miui i
tunc before wo could seoa great change. Tho sores
run so bad that wo had to change tho cloths four or
tlvn tunes a nay. Mini, no was geiuiii: ueuer ; lurm
wnssoonablotosltuplnbed, and, by constant use
of Vegetlne. It. nan curea mm. no nas a lame le
u-Mpiiim will nrnbiiblv havo for Ufo: but no i
iinnnktiv hoiinvn. If vn had used Veirctlno before w
had bothered with those doctors.lt would havo saved
tho uso of his leg, and restored It to natural health.
I none all those troubled with scrofula will rend tlds
testimony or mcannmy sou, who is uuw wcuuuu
ablo to speak for himself .
v OATHKIHNE MA1IONEV,
15 Trenton St., Charlcstown, Mass.
1fov 1I 1B79
Tho above plain but honest statement conclusively
shows tho quick and thorough cleansing effects of
the vuuETiNis in acroiuin.
Vegetlno Is acknowledged by all classes of people
to bo tho best and most reliable blood purltler In the
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ns ono of tho most
, cITectunl remedies
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cicansinp tho sys
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tlio blood. It lias
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I'emalo 'Weakness, Dcoility, nnd
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It is an excellent restorer of health and
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npnetito nnd vieor of tho dicestlvo orcans.
it dissipates tho depression nml listless lan
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SHW. rUI.L AND VARIED
STOCK OF GOODS,
And solicits aBharo of public patronngo
IIIH STOCK CONSISTS Ol-'
1'I.OUII AND FEED
In connection ullh his stoek of Mircn.indlsc 1
conblantly keeps on hand In his yard.
A FULL STOCK OF
Dressed and Undressed Liimter,
AND KII1NOLESOF HIS MANL'FAOTURi:.
Bill Lumber nmdc 11 speciality,
CALL AND SEE.
A CHEAT STH10E
Up nnd Over Old IllctlindN found
tube faulty, or olijectloii
A NEW AND VASTLY ADVANTAGEOUS
PLAN IIEK2BY ADOPTED I1Y
At their Works in Bloomsburg,
Formerly Moomsbtinr Iron and llanuf.ieturlnir
I company), where will bo kept constantly on hand a
iuiku iuuui iiueuL ui
White mid Rod Ash Autlirncilc
FOR DOSIESTIC rUIH'OSES, AND
CQPULO, BLACKSMITH AND lilTUMIN
at prices to suit the trade. All Coal specially pre
pared before leaving tho Yard. Also
PloWS RIl(l TllTeslUDg Machines,
and all kinds of
Casting and Machine Work.
REPAIRING nromntlv attended to. ThcV" would
respectfully solicit tho I'atronago ot the Public.
If. A o K. LOuKARD,
Oct. s, '75-ly bloomsburg, Fa.
T. L. GUNTON, Proprietor,
MAIN STREET, BELOW MARKET.
Manufacturer of and Healer in all kind) of
MENTAL MARBLE WORKS
Wo uso the host AMERICAN and ITALIAN Marble.
He has on hand and furnishes to order
' UUNS, VASES, Ac.
Every variety of Marble cutting neatly executed at
tho lowest market prices.
A lonenracllealexnerlt-ncnnnfl nnrennnl fittmiflnn
to builness makes the proprietor contldent of Kii Ins
satisfaction. All orders by mall promptly attended
to. I', o. box 2?7.
HafN. Jl. Work delivered free of chargc.&l
Aug. 21, '14-iy. T. L. QUNTON, Proprietor.
8,00 PER TO 1ST.
sea fowl deposit imported exclusively by
ourselves Irom South America.
Analysis on each bas ami quality guaranleed. See
samples and clrcularii.on hand bydeulearsgeuerally.
JUSIAII J. AliliK.N'S SONS,
No- i S. Delawaro Avenuol'blladclnhla.
"yAINWlUOUT & CO.,
N. E. Corner Second and Arch Streets,
TEAS, SYRUPS, COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES
KICK, SI-ICES, B1CAKB SODA, AC, &C.
Unorders will receive prompt attention.
WIFE NO. 19.
Y ANN ELIZA YODNQ.
Jlriaham 1 wwiii'i rfbelfioiti wife
Th only complete exnose of all tho smtKTSOf
uiwuiiam n iiak,.m t..t'r wriueii. jturn ui iMurmiiii'
Ism. ann kma now exposes to thu world, ns no olh.
rr woman ran, tho fcKi-Ktni, mvstciuks und nil lies
ciftho horrlblo sjstemof nolydiimy, tioui tho ery
ui'Kiuuiiiif. rii-iiriy vw iiusiruuons w-uuury iuu
wuik. 11 Is tho best helllnu hook nublMied. lo.ui o
iiiuruineu aim women eunhulo employment, unit
liiutu from I:, to tiuilulli-. 11.1. i.im AiiLNisuro uni.
lug fur Illustrated circulars with i.aiuik itiiud. bent
irue, jio not uelay, but uddress
lJUb'l IN, oilman & CO , Hartford ft.
Of 1 10(1,000, t.Vl.- 0", ISII.MK), tift.Mt, 120,100, Jlfj.U'O-
wun oilier Miimur sums iiiepuiu in mo ivjoming
Lotteiy. whlih tscondueled bvbvoriiLoiiiuilsluiiers
and duly li-Kullud by the Wjomliig MuUluluru.
Itegulur drnuliiKS 1Mb und With of inch inonthuurlng
Uiojeur. Tickets tl tuih, 0 for 13, uoforlliii. Llicu
lurs with fuil lutormullon mulled lit e.
AI.LKN CO.. IU Nl&siu bT.. Ntw Your.
AT THE COLUMBIA OFFICE. j
MASON & HAMLIN
In mjwity nivl cxorUcm-o by nny other. Awnrilii
and diploma OF HONOR AT
VIENNA, 1873; PARIS, 1867.
n ft I V Amrrlcnn Orcans ever awnnlM nny nu-ilid
U 1 1 L 4 hi lliiroH-, or Mhlch prenrnt mull rTtruordb
mry rxiTltt-nro m to commniul n whlo nalc there.
Al IWAVO nw ftr.linl htphtftt proiniiinii nt lm1m
flLlI HI U trial r.I'O.IUmM.i.mfrlcni,tll
i:nropv. Oiitnf hunilrtHlit Ihcio Imvo not Own Mx In
all wlu-re any otht-r organs linto been prcfcrrcil.
DCCT Di-olnred by Eminent Mll'lrtnno, In both
Ur.Ol li-'llll-lOicns In Im II II r 1 1 II I C-l. S)
ihUl lSIclNMI, CllirULAn, lthoiJr.!ulilof luiM
than Olio TtliillxillHl (sent fnc).
IHPIPT 0,i halnit n llnnm i Hamlin, llo not
lliulu I InVe nny oilier. Henla net l.Aliot n coil
MmsiosH fur nelliiii Inferior orff-iM, firi'l for til
reiuon often try r rit lumt to tell itfnmttiliig the.
WnlAJ OTVI CP nllh nw't lniHirloiit Inuirovo
nr.ll U I I LCO mrida err Inndc. .l'v
Nnlti nml Combination Mi.i. Snpcrli
lilnuero nnd othir Ciihe tf new tlcfttmiN,
PIANO-IIHnP CABINET ORGAN "
qnUln- combination of ttieMi hiNlninienln.
CRCV DAVMCMTC OiynnnwMtorrnthlor
CAO I r AlllltH I O. forlnontlilyornunrterly
pamentJii or reliteil until rent pays for the organ.
PATAI flPIICP and Circulars, -b tlh fnllpartlo
LA I ALUIjUCO litafrro. Address MAPON .t
1IAMI.1N (MKIAN CO., 151 Tremont Slrect, 110.
TONi SJIi Union rVjunro, NEW YORK or Ml Si Ut
MAY HE 011TA1NE1) AT
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
L. IS. POWELL,
Qfuernt A'jrnt also fur the celebrated
I. K. MILLEH.
Dealer in above Instruments.
NEW GOODS I
A HEAVY STOCK,
Cheaper than Ever!
S. 11, MILLER & SON
Have Just Received
the largest and best supply ot
CHEAP ADD' FASHIONABLE
They haio ever offered totueir friends and cus
Ulotlis, Cassimeres, and Satinetts
for MEN'S WEAK,
Cloths, Alapacas, Mcriuos,
for LADIES' WEAK,
CALICOES, MUSLINS, UAMWUGS,
anil every variety of Dry Goods desired.
Carpets, Mats, Ottomans,
L0SED OUT AT COST
includini; all the varieties of
COl-TKKS, TEAS and SUGAKS,
and a general supply of articles useful for the
table always on hand.
CALL AND SEE.
Country produce of all kinds taken in ex
change for goods at cash prices.
FARMERS TAKE NOTICE!
It Is of great Importance to you what kind of
manuro you apply to your Wheat Lands this fall. If
ou wont a good crop ot Wheat next teoson, and a
heavy crop of (irass to follow, use.
Raw Bone Super Phosphate
STA N11AIII) WA II II ANTED.
rut up In soon, baes.
The liaso of this Old Established Artipin u n.
cjiuurneu uoiies, aud Its btrength cannot bo ex.
hausded with tho crop of Wheat, but nrnn nr.
fectlvo on tho follow lug crop ot Oniss, and will also
iieriiiuueuiiy improve tho soil.
iariners look to your own luterests nml nrninif
miui. vu say uuoui
Baugh's Raw Bono PLosnhate
is irue or raise, and notify us of tho result. Jluku
application lor it early to jour neatest Dealer In
-Manures, and if ou cannot securo It through them,
otuu j uur uruers uireci to j our friends
BAUGM & SONS
Aug, 10-2t. IMIILUKLI'IIIA & IIAI.TISIOI1E.
IKON IN TII15 I1I.OOD.
TlIU 1-KHIIVI1M liviim
vltalli-.es and em Iches tho
blood, tones up tho sjs-
iiii, umuis up luuuioken
down, cures ilt kiwii.i
Debility, dropsy, chills und
levers, ciiroiuu uiari'lia-a
nenous anecilons. imii
humors, diseases of tho
kitiuejsiin'i uiiviuer, lo.
male complaints, &e.
Thousands havo been
changed tij thu uso of tho
remedy from weak, Mckly, suffering creatures, to
strong, hcal-hy, happy men und women s unci
lutaiiu-, eauuoi rcusonuuiy nebiiaio in gnu n n iriui.
c-Ai-iio-).- lio sure joti get thu "I-uiuvian
hVlll'l'" (Hot l'eru Lin Itnik.l Sn d liv ileuli-rs L't-ner.
any, a sz-iuigu tiiimphlet, conlaltiliig a treullso ou
iron us a m- uieai ugeniaua oilier vuiuaoiu puiiers,
testimonials from distinguished phtblelaus, clergy
men und others, u 111 bu sent froHto any uildress.
Hktii W. 1'owi.k A; boss, liropiletors, bil lluirlsou
l Im B-P f L-limvlr.l(r,.i
I-C ' kii(nledged btandurd of
.Ml- IS IIIU ill!
uuirket, liy popular
sjti' tboieast money. Attention
iVt3"i& I'MhiiDrop check vulie, which can bo
r Sf-i" wiinurann wmiouiuisiuroinguin joinus,
Wi und tho copper chamber which never
' m cracks, scales or rusts and will lust u llfo
y time, l-'or salo by dealers und tho trudo
Vf generally. In order tobusuru thai you
get Itlalihloy's l'uuip, bu curiful and beo
that it has my trade mark as aboio. If jouduuot
kunwHlieru to buv, descriptive circulars, together
with the name and address of tho agent nearest you
will bi furnished by uddiehslug w Uli btuinp,
C1IAS. O. HI.ATCI1I.15V, Manufacturer,
to i, Cummcrco bt., 1'hlladeliuila,
l'Olt SAM! II V
J. SCHUYLER St SON, Bloomsburg, Pa.
March 6 71-Vm
THIS I'AI'ER IS ON llt.r. Willi
ROWELL & HESMAN
- Advortislnn Anonts,
THinr & CHESTNUT STS., ST. LOUIS, Ma
11.1-1 nil IlKAUa.
lus'i'SHS- tc. tn.
Neatly and Cheaply printed at the Coi.uu-
The Columbian Printing Estab
lishment is amply supplied with
the necessary Pressed, Types and
other material for executing all
kinds of Printing at low rates and
in the most expeditious and satis
CALL AT THE
COURT HOUSE ALLEY,
When special material is requira'
it will bo pronijitly obtained.
Books and Pamphlets,
Hand-Bills and Dodgers
Large and Small Posters,
Letter and Bill Heads
Envelopes with Business Cards,
Bussiness, Pic Nic, Wedding and
Programmes, Bills of Fare, ifcc.
Will all bo supi)lietl and oxcuted
in superior style, at cheap
t rates and short notice.
The best workmen uro employed
and the best material will
always bo furnished.
A liberal share of public patron
age is respectfully solicited.
Brxousuuiia, June 18, 1875.
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
IIlliADKM'ltA AND I'.KADINO llOAt)
MAV ad, 18TB.
Tiutxs i.Kivr; iiii kiit as tiiuons (pi-npay ExcRrtRP
Tor Now York, Philadelphia, Heading, 1'otlsvlllo
Tamn'iiin, Ac, lt,M n. m
l'ur OntawUsn, 11,33 u. m. ami 7,80 p. m.
l'or YVlllluinspoi t,o,S8 c. 111. and 1,00 p. in.
MAINS 1011 llfl-KIIT
I.KAVR AS IOI.t.OS,(8l-NnAVEX
Leave New Vork, o,ir. n. in.
Leaio Philadelphia, n,1i, n, m.
I.ca unending, ll,a a. m,, Potlsvllle,1s,l0p. m
nnd Tamiupin, l,nn p. tn.
U-.uol'alnwlssu, fi,2U a. in, nnd 4,00 p. m.
I.eai 0 Wllll.imspoi I, o,!Ou. in. and r,,oo p. m.
Passengers lo nml Hum nnd Philadelphia go
through without change of cars.
J. E. V()OTi:x,
May 8, 1974-11. General superintendent.
COM PAN V.
CKNTHA U HA'lhWAY
On and after N'ui ember 20th, 1S73, trains will leaio
8UNUUIIY as follows 1
trio Mall b.jo a. in., arrive Klmlrn li.so a. in
" Cniiaiiil.ilgu.i... o.ssp.m
" Kochesler ii.i& "
" Miig.mi ii.ni "
Ucnoio nccommodatlonll.loa. m. uiriio Williams
rt 12..V, p. m.
Kluilra.Mall4.15a.in.,arrlvo Klmlrn 10.20n.m.
liuirulo Express 7.16 a. in. nrrlvo liurfalo s.uu a. in.
liurfalo lliprcss 2.M a. in. arrive Ilarrlsburg 4,r.o a. m
" llaltlmoios.io "
IJImlraMall 11.15 a.m., arrlio Ilarrlshurg l.f,o p. in
" Wnshliigton 10.30 "
' llalllinorcu,30 "
" U'ashlngioii 8.30 "
Ilarrisburg accommodation 8.40 p. m. nrrlio llarils
burg 10.10 p. in.
nrrlio Ilaltlinoro 2.2s n. m
" Washington c.13 "
Erie .Mall I8s a. m. arrive Ilarrlshurg 3.(15 a. in.
" llaltlmoro suo "
, , " Washington 10.35 "
All dally except Sunday.
1). JI. DOYI), Jr., Uencrnl I'assengcr Agent
A. ,T. CASS ATT, (Icncral -Manager
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
rii!ladclilila & Krio It. II. Division.
WINTER TIMI3 TAI1LE.
ON anil after SUNDAY, NOV. 21, 187,1
.. , ,.10. tr"lns on tho Philadelphia & Eric Hall
icoad Illusion will run as follows:
PAST LINK leaves New York
" '' " Philadelphia
" " Ilarrisburg
' " arr. at Wllli.unsinrt
' " " Lock li nen
" " ilellcfonuj
EHIE MAIL leaves New York....
" " " I hlladelphlj '"'
" " " Ilarrisburg
' ' " WllllamspVt
; " " Lock llaien
. 0 25 a. m
..12.M p. m
.. 1.20 p. m
.. B.IK) p. ill
. 8.r- p. m
.I0.2U p. m
.11 so p. In
!.oo p. Hi
4-25 a. ,,,
s.35 a. m
-45 a. 1,1
" " irr.atnne ...-..". 'r" u S
LIMITED MAIL leaves Philadelphia.. 7.2oft m
' ' llallliiioro 7.30 n ,
: .."'.'frhurg..::ioS: M
., "" ut " luiiimsport.. 22111 bi
3.3(1 p. in
4.15 ji. m
LOCK HAVEN leaves
S.00 a. m
- so a. 111
1.25 p. m
(Mo p. ni
7.30 p. m
arr. at Vllll.imsport .
" Lock llaien..,.
PIIIL'A EXPI1E.SS leaies Lock Haven...
,'! . " ivilihimsport.'.
" " urrlvisat Ilurrlsliiirg..
' " Ilaltlinoro
' PhlLidelphla ..
. B.m .1. m
.. TJ! a. m
11 35u. m
. rU5p. m
. -i.aip. in
. 7.35 ). m
.. tuo a in
1". 5 a. m
.11 -1:1. in
Luck II iwn
air. ut lliiirlsburg
3.(10 p. m
0.20 1 1, m
l 1.1 p. m
Ilaltlinoro c.35 p! m
ERIE MAIL leaves Erlo.
Iiik Haven 045 11
Wllllamsport. . .... iX Ii "
..11.20 a. m
. 10.55 p. m
... 2.30 a. Ill
.... 7.35 a ut
.. 7.00 a. 111
...10.10 a. in
" " " llalllmoro.
,, ' " Philadelphia...
" " New York
FAST LINK leaves Wllllamsport ...
11 ... v. xr;
3.55 a. 111
, i.ntiiiuiu T3Aft 111
" " " Phllailelnhl . i'S ? f"
now vork :.7:::::.""::i(i.25 z "n
Erie .Mall West, Limited Muli West nnd Vnt I inn
KKSssaf ' -tiijssiis1
1 li'io' We'sat'nmih ihv" v' r",".ltc'1 Ma Wcst- Fast
trains onT Krto with,
Driftwood with A V. It. It. 1 ana ut
i,!?f.rlor Cara v,m n between Phlladelnhla nnd
im IWiW1 U,nllci1 Jlal Wcm. l'Sst R e W?it
Philadelphia Express East and Diiy Pxri! ts 1-nsi
Sleeping Carson all nk-iit in,V,w ' Mfu'8 Lasu-
Cars on all night triilus.
WM. A. BALDWIN,
Tlmo-Tablo No. 39, Takes effect nt 4:30 A. Mi
MONDAY", -VOVEMIlEIt 22 MS.
p.m. ii.m. a.m
a.m. in, p.m..
9 3S 2 20 0 2S-
9 4s 2 25 a 30.
9 53 2 31 b 3b
10 (Ml 2 38 (t 4;i
10 00 2 40 a .',11
10 11 2 52 C 55
10 10 2 6S 7 01
ID 20 3 14 7 IS
10 23 3 (7 7 11
IU 27 3 II) 1 15
10 27 3 17 7 25
10 32 3 -.2 7 35
IU 35 3 27 7 40
10 40 3 32 7 48
10 41 3 37 7 6J
10 52 3 45 8 15
11 15 4 Oil b 25
8 05 3 6S 9 IS
. West Plttston
7 55 3 49
7 40 3 42
7 41 3 37
7 33 3 32
7 21 3 27
7 22 3 23
7 18 a 19
7 15 3 17
7 15 3 17
7 07 3 1-2
7 113 a (i-J
0 fS H 11 1
0 45 Ifl
0 30 2 42
(I 15 a 3' I
0 09 2 25
.I'll mouth .luuc.
.Ilunloek-s 1 reek.
11 17 4 15 8 45
0 U2 2 .9
5 U, 2 13
5 52 2 10
11 23 4 21 8 5
11 31 4 :1 O Oft
11 30 4 37 C 50
11 -"J 4 41 0 55
11 43 4 40 7 IS
11 51 4 55 7 20
11 57 5 (2 7 40
12 2 5 (8 7 4i
12 07 5 14 7 5-2
. mint s Mwiicli.
12 10 5 20 8 51
12 25 5 38 8 25
12 32 5 47 8 4U
12 30 6 62 8 47
12 61 0 10 9 IS
p.m. p.m. u.in.
Jiuperlntendent-s onicu.Sefunlo.i, Htx. i'offfi
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
'WU-J- XEk I' St!t Mow sec.
kinds of si laiiiujiurcu 10 ao al
ii'liii bC3t BtylCS' at lowest Prlccs ana "
Parties having such wor to do wll sare money by
work imrrnritfl tr ..i..
WM. F. IIODINE.