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ltoul at Kxpress 3,S9 1'. M. 71,93 A. M.
Tlirongli earn on Uxpress train either to Now York
or Philadelphia. Accommodation trnln runs between
OatawRsa nnd Wllllamsport.
M. C, Woodtvurd, Chief of l'ollcc, mnde ten
nni'xU 011 July llh,
The Danellle lleeord nnd tho Klk Democrat np
penrr-el last week In reel, white nnd line.
The Court House, was conspicuous hy the ab
sence of decoration on the 4th of July,
Harvesting lias begun, but tho numerous can
illelales sailly Interfere with field wotlc.
Whortleberries nrc already In market,
cherry crop Is unusually large.
Itev. 1). Allemau will preach in the Luther
an church lu thin place next Sunday, morning
Is It not time that our Kepubllcan cotempo-
rary ''trotted out" the Eluhlngcreek Confederacy?
They promised to do so on demand I
This Is tho season of commencements, nnd
hundreds of newly fledged lawyers, doctors, Ac,
are being turned loose to begin the great battle
The citizens of Illooinsburg responded liberal-
ly to tho call for money to iny the expenses of
t'le -f til 'of July celebration.
Illooinsburg Is I
Tho recent rains swelled the streams consider
ably. On tho West liranch the lumber trado
took n, slight impetus, but the trade generally Is
dull,like every other branch of business.
Jinny citizens illuminated their residences on
the evening of the 3d. The Kxchange Hotel,
Itrown's Hotel, Central Hotel, Normnl School
and many private hollies mnde a brilliant ilis
Through the clliirts of I). A. lleckley the citi
zens of Illooinsburg now receive nil evening mall
from the south on the Ii. iV II. II. K. Ihu is a
matter of considerable convenience to many of
our business men.
Wo are happy to announce that Major W. Ii.
ICoons Is sufficiently recovered from his recent
serious illness to be able to leave his room. His
numerous friends will ho pleased lo hear of his
Some of Porte Hart's circus people are getting
back lo Ilnzlcton. A four hundred dollar ho'sc,
belonging to one Seibert, of llerwiek, was the
cause of the trouble. Seibert closed down on
the concern at Mt. Cnrmel.
At a special meeting of the Town Council
held last Friday night, the pavement on Main
below West i-treet was changed from eight feet
to six, agreeably to n petition of property own
ers in that ortion of the town.
This week we issue a "Centennial' 'copy of the I
Columbian. -Each subscriber shoulilciiSifully I
preserve it and transmit it to his descendants,
ho that they may sec in 107(1 what was done on
our first centennial anniversary.
We notice that a number of our exchanges
issue no paper this week, in order to give their
employees nn opportunity to enjoy the 4th. The
Coi.U.MlilAN appears as usual, notwithstanding
the printers enjoyed thu National Holiday.
Mr. V. W. Heliniek, music publisher, 278
West Sixth street, Cincinnati, has sent us a copy
of a new song entitled "If Washington was 11 v
lug now." Thu music is pretty and the words
patriotic. Nicely gotten up in gilt and blue.
Price .V cents. Send for it.
We understand that an t flort is being inada
to organize another fire company by some of
our young men. This is n good idea which we
hope wil! bu successfully carried out, as it is
impossible for a town to be too well supplied
with the means lo fight the fire fiend.
Smith of the Ilenlon Weel.li has taken a sum
mer trip. He and some friends hitched up their
horses, drove to the mounl-iiu, unhitched their
horses, picked some wild strawberries, ale their
dinners, and nt precisely three o clock hitched
up their horses, and came home. How i
The bam uf William Miller in Mount l'lea-
ant township was struck by lighlningdiuing Ihu
severe storm on Sunday night and entirely de
stroyed with all its coiilcntsincln ling thu crop
of hav jibt housed. We are unable to state the
The indomlnltable Iliower, of thu Dsnvll
Jleeonl, has announced In'mself as an indepen
dent candidate for the Legislature on thu''gneii-
back" platform. That is right, Doctor. When
you can't get a pally to null you, make one and
lead it yoursflf.
The old Herman Itefoiuieil churchyard is in
a pitiable e-ondition. 1 he fences are in a i uni
ons state tho road from Main lo First Si.
impassable and cattle are daily graing on and
trampling over the graves of the dead. How
soon tho "loved ones" have been forgotten by
their relatives and heirs 1
Ouit Ci:mi.ti:uv, We do not know whose
fault it is, but as a matter of fact our cemetery
eiotimls are iu a disuraeeful condition. Thu
walks are overgrown with grass and wee-ds, and
tl.u grounds generally look us if the managers
were attempting to raise a revenue fr5iu a hay
Tkai'iiku'h Examination, I ho nuiiual ex
amination ofle'iiehers for tho public schools of
Omjnghani township will be held at thu new
school house ut Ceiitralia on Tuesday, duly Ihu
Utli, commencing at 10 o'clock a. in,
.Ma m l.v Pi'iii'Kl.,
Juuu UO-Sw Sec'y.
Sai Sllll'llii:. We lire pained to learn that
Jcssu Ciomley, a prominent rlliien of Cooper
township, Montour county, coinniltlesl siiicidu
on last Suudav nioiiilue: by haiielne himself
from a cherry Iree nn his premises, lie had
been In Dauvlllu thu day before, and was lu
' good health nnd spirits. Hu ele-cluresl his intcu
tlou to parllelpato iu Ihu Fourth of July cele
bration, Hu was III good circumstance's, and
no cause cun he assigned for his rash act.
The Agricultural Society will oiler premiums
this fall (or the best yield of wheal, rye, oats
buckwheat and exiru grown Iroin llireu acres j
und also for the best ipiallty and most polaloea
grown from one acre. Competitors lor tl
above premiums must produce Iu witness, a
statement of the mode of cultivation, the giound
to be i.i one contiguous piece, to bu mcusuri-d
bv three disinterested persons, and ceilUle-el hy
Ihem to the thu correctness ol Iho incasuieimut
of the land und the product thereof. The ex
Iillllors muil exhibit a sample uf tho crop: nut
less than one bushel,
T, J, VAMPmuc-f, Be-c.
There lias hem plenty of rain eiiirlhg the prut
week, On Hiindnr tilglit It came down with n
will, the wind lilowlnir nn nrrimHinnlmeiil.
'""V were I'lnwn down, nnd the largo ling
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nung iiciweciilhc ivxthnngc Hotel nmltlio Court
Hon?", wns toinhlcrnbly dmnnired hy being
cuiiglit on thu tjitiip post. On Tuwday during
the exercises of tho Itli n more Wvero storm
came up which lliiMicel the ling, by tenting It
to tatters. A largo tree In Col. 1-Teczon yard
wm blown down, breaking hla Iron fence. Con-
ulernble daniago win douo lu elillercnt portions
of the towi
diaries l!owcrn wan idiot through tho body
by John A. Shnnian nt Miilnv'ille on Mondav
night last, In the home of Itiulohih Shuinnn,
Ilorvera who is unite nn old tnnn lived In the
lioue. He got up during the night nnd wm
moving about tho home It Is supposed In hit
sleep, hhiimnu hearing 11 none called his iwm
telling them there was n robber In tho bonne.
They called out but received no answer when
hearing the noise again iIiohoii John fired nnd
hit llowci, who then niiswereil. Tho wound
it not elniiKciou.
The School Hoard of llloom District have
levied 11 school anil buileling tax of twelve
mills on a dollar and placed u duplicate in the
hands of their collector amounting to over $10,
000. When we consider that illooinsburg now
owns public school property niiiounting to more
than $10,000, the condition In wnlch the pro
perty h kept, the number und excellent quality
of teachers employed, nnd the number of pu
pils to be Instructed, this is not a large sum.
Wo have reason to be proud of our common
schools. Teachers for the ensuing year will bo
appointed on Monday tliu 17th Inst.
The lltpMimn finds fault bccniisu tho names
of Tihlen nnd Hendricks were left on tho large
flag swung between the Court House nnd the
Kxchange Hotel on the -lib. We have only to
-y 'hat this (lag is tho property of tho Dance
cratic party, purchased for their use, and it was
hung out nearly a week before the 4th. It
was impossible to remove tho names as the
JUpuUtcuii very well knows. They want to.creei
out of a small bole now, and so make the -1 tl 1
111 excuse for not yet having shown the names
of Hajes it Wheeler. To be consistent with Its
own doctrine, the Hepulliean ought to have
omitted the names of its candidates in this weeks
issue. Their nppear.incc gives the paper u
"partisan" aspect you know
The Jubilee Singers, of Williamport, gave a
concert in the Opera IIoimoii Thursday even
ing of Inst week to a large and highly respecta
hie audience. This troupe is composed of mem
hers of the choir of the A. M. H. church of Wil
liamspnrt, who lire engaged in the laudable cf-
fort of raising money to piy oil' a debt on their I
meeting-house. In one sense it is 110 charity to I
attend their iw-m-ns. for .... o.. Um foil worth
of his money. Their singing is good, and of I
thnt character peculiar to the race ; not marked
by great skill in execution, but by sweeiness of
tone; and the lively interest which the singers
seem to take in it never fails to captivate the
audience. We hope they will favor us again.
At about two o'clock on the nnrning of tho
llli, three youngsters, who might he young
men il they knew bow to behave themselves,
succeeded in alarming thu town, by ringing the
bell on the Episcopal Church. At first no one
thought anything of it, supposing it to be part
of the programme, but -when it was continued
for a long time without any other bells ringing,
it was thought to be about time lo end it. When
requested to stop, the boys answered by direct
ing those on thelpavtmeiit to go to a very warm
climate, whereupon an entrance wascflectcd and
these smart youths jumped off tho roof. We
are perfectly familiar with their names, but
withhold them out of respect to their families,
who are attendants nt that church.
FisiiiNct Chkkk. A correspondent of the
licconl of the Times gets oil' thu following :
Fishing Creek township is about eight miles
loi g and four miles in width, which ought hi
he divided into two townships ; it now extends
'from New Columbus in Luzerne, to near Itohis-
burg, in Columbia county ; by making a divis
ion of thu same, making Fishing Creek, or there
abouts the division line, would maku that pail
on tne east sine ol the creek a most beautilul
township of about four miles souare. tho land
all susceptible of cultivation, bulling up against
the foot of the mountain ; said township is all
eiiled. with good honest citizens, niauv of
whom now read the J'tfoMnf the Time, although
not published in their coiintv, and more will
read it, when they have become familiar witli
It. There are now farmers living in said town
ship, Unidillu aged), who began on fifty acres
unimproved, who now own as manv ns three
funis valued at Jn-e IhoumnJ dollars each.
Mr. M. C. Ilritlain having erected a Hag stall
in front of his residence, our Itepiiblican friends
concluded it would be the cheapest kind of a
way to have a Hayea and Wheeler ratification
meeting, nnd so made their arrangements ac
cordingly On a few six by ten inch posters
hey nunouneid a grand rally on Saturday even
ing last. The band came out, and several citi
zeiis and a host of small boys proceeded to the
spot to raise the first liepublicaii Hug that has
made its appearance on thu streets of llloom
burg since the Cincinnati Convention, held
nearly a month ago. Mr. llrittaln made some
appropriate rental Its about the Hag, but forgot
to mention the Presidential candidates. This
omisdioti wus made up by the second speaker,
A. C. Smith, l-.sq., who in spread eagle stvle
told the multitude)?) of the iniquities of the
Democratic parly. During this oration the
band very properly employed their time by
matching uptown und serauadiug our honored
townsman, David Lowenberg, who had jn-t re
turned fiom St. Louis, nherc he hail been us u
dele-gate Jo the National Democratic Convention.
We eiught to say on behalf of the Republicans
that this delay in rejoicing over the Cincinnati
nominations was unavoidable, the name of
Blaine having been put on the Republican Hag
a little too soon, and consequently they hud no
banner to Iling to the breeze, Mr. llriltuiu slip,
plieel llieir want, und ihcy look advantage uf his
private enterprise. Similar enthusiasm Is being
displayed by our oppemcnts all over the nation.
NOHMAL hCHOOI, EXAMINATION,
Thu examination of the Senior Class ut tho
Normal School on Monday of last week by the
Statu Examining Committee resulted iu passing
the entire class, incuty-fivo In number, without
u dissenting vole. This speaks well for thu
class mid tho school. Notwithstanding thu oh
slaeles and the many deiiressini; circumstances
under which Ihu school I us labore-d the past
year, the Committee pruiiouueeel ihu class u line
one, emu that would do honor lo any Normal
School iu the State, Deputy Siiiieiiutcudeiit
Curry speaks of the school in high terms of
prulv. He also gives it as his opinion that the
new dormitory building Is the best nrrange-d
building in the Statu for school purpose, and
that thu school Is not soi passed by any for effi
ciency und In furnishing hu best of school ad
vantages, Hlooiushurg may justly be proud of
her Normal School
The nanus of thu Committee are as follows
Robert Curry, Deputy Superintendent of Pub.
lie Instruction William Noetltng, Siiperiuteu
dent of Snyder county; Silas Wright, Superln
li-iident of l'ei i y county ; John M, Guiuiun, Su
pcrlutciidcut of Juniata county ; Dr. T. I., (iris
wold, Principal of Normal School of thu Sixth
Names of students Iu the Senior Class: Gen
llemeii, I. K. Hoii.l, R. R, Hrelsch.CO Evumi
A. F. Gclter, E. O. Krelder, A. Llllle, M. Low
W, S. Smith, D, Sullllf, J. P, Welsh, C. B.
Young : ladles, A. Hreeeh, It. llnyrd, R. Crea-
sy, l1.. liie-kcn, I, limn, 1.. llarman, , ivesier,
- K, Kline, A, Wilson, H. Miller, I. Pulton, M, V.
Schlh-lier, B. btrplieusou, H. Smith,
The i-oiuHU'licciue'ht exercises at the Normal
School uill take place on Jue-sdjy July JtWi
THE COLUMBIAN AND
STATU SAHIIATIt SCHOOL CONVENTION.
The Pennsylvania State Hnbbntli School Asso
elation rnnvrneil nt Heading 1111 the Lfjlli lilt,
ltcv. Stuart Mitchell was the only delcg.itt) ro
poi led from Columbia comity, The session be.
gati nt night with n children meeting lu the
Academy of Music. The luu wns picke4 fill
nnd thin was not utile- hi contain all who came.
There were good addresses nnd delightful slug-
ng. Reading has many fine voices well train
The two following days were spent In lirnell-
at discussions. Owing In various causes the
attendance was not ns large us iiuat. The Lu
theran Synod wns sitting In Heading, and there
were some imjiortniil conventions In l'hlladel-
phsa, besides the all-absorbing Centennial Ex
hlhltlnn. Tho friends of the cause In Heading
made the flay of the delegates very pleasant,
following up Key. Mr, Uadcllirs pleasant words
of welcome with their hospitable nttcntlons.
The Committee of Arrangements, of which Mr.
W. O. McQuwnn wns chairman, did their part
Tho time and place of next meeting were left
to tho Executive Committee with the hope that
It might ba held in central or western Pennsyl
vania. The principal resolutions are as fol
lows! 1. The reports made to the Convention Indi
cate it sternly Increase of interest lu the Sabbath
school work, and the discussions show that with
n variety of nractlcc on Incidental points, there
is n growing unliorinliy 01 views in reierence to
the Important questions, mo niiigniiiiiio ami
value of the work grow upon us ns wo consider
It. In the methods nnd appliances of Sabbath
school instruction we see an Improvement, to
which the comparison of views in such conven
tions ns this, the many excellent nuiiuay scuooi
periodicals, and the use ui the uniiorm lessons
2. We would record with gratitude to UimI
that during the past year there hits been an nn.
usually large number of accessions to the coni'
inunion of the churches from the Sabbath school
and wo would emphasize the early conversion
nnd sauctification of the soul ns the great end of
our churls, and the power of the Holy Uhost ns
tnat which must secure it.
3. In view of tho ruin of so many young peo-
pie bv mean's of corrupt literature, we gratefully
call to mind the fact that the Sabbath school li
brary has been the means of producing and cir
culating such n great body of pure and sound
reading mailer that there is no need of Intro
dilclng into our schools any that are not good in
point of Christian doctrine, anil refined in point
of taste; anil we would urge care to select only
such for the Sabbath school libraries.
4. The systematic nnd organized choris of
those whojare interested in making drunkards of
our yotith.cail upon us to resist them.and to save
our children by connecting with lour Subbatli
Schools earnest efforts on behalf of temperance.
0. As representatives of over seventy thousand
Sabbath School teachers, and some seven hun
dred 'thousand scholars, of many religious de
nominations, we cannot but express our deep
interest in whatever nllecls the observance
of the Sabbath day. Kcgarding it i s an inesti
mable blessing to the whole community to
tlio-e who chafe against its restraints, as well as
to those who are in sympathy witli it; regard
K it na a blessing, especially to the laboring
classes their children, we thoroughly uisnp
prove of the attempts to maku uo of the power
and prestige of tho Centennial Exhibition for
overriding the laws of the Slate in order to rob
us ot our day of rest and worship. Ne there
fore most heartily commend the course of the
Centennial Commission in closing the Exhibi
tion on the Lord s I)jy; and we promise our
influence ill every proper way, to uphold the
laws that protect it.
o. o return our sincere uiaiiKs 10 me cirsi
Presbyterian Church of Heading for the use of
their building, and to the citizens who nave
sho'.vn us such cordial greeting nnd generous
hospitality, and Pray that the blessii.g of (!od
nniv rest abundantly upon Iheirt-and upon llieir
Sketch uf (iovcrmir Hendricks.
Thomas Andrew Hendricks, of Indiana,
who has been placed in nomination as
the Democratic candidate lor Vice President
is five years vouncer than Mr. Tihlen, hav
ing been born in Muskingum county. Ohio.
September 7, 1819. When lie was only
three years old his father removed to Shelby
couuty. Indiana, mid that State wns Ins
home ever atterward. Mr. Hendricks re
ceived u liberal education, and graduated
from Hanover College in 1841, after which
ho studied law in the office of the late Jud;
Thompson, of Cbambershurg, Pa., and was
admitted to tho Franklin county bar in
1848. tho distinguished jurist, Jeremiah S.
lilack, being at the time tho presiding jus
tice of the courts of the county.
Ho returned to Indiana after coming to
the liar, and began tho practice of his pro
fession. Success was not long in coming to
tho young lawyer, mid he soon acquired not
only a competence, but u high place at the
liar, lie bad not been long ut the liar,
however, when he began his political career.
In 1848 he was chosen n member of the
Indiana Legislature, midin 1850 ho served
in tho State Constitutional Convention. Dur
ing thu next five years he was a representa
tive iu Congress, and in 1855 President
Pierce appointed him Commissioner of tho
General Land Oflice. He continued to
hold this position under Mr. lluchaimn's ad
ministration until 1859, when he resign
ed. In 1SG0 ho was the Democratic candidate
(or Governor of Indiana, but was defeated
by Henry S. Lane. Lane was semii after
wards chosen United States Senator, nnd in
1803 Hendricks becamo his colleague, in tho
Senate. At that time tho Democracy was a
very weak minority in that body, but Mr.
Hendricks succeeded in making n great rep
utation In tho Senate both as a .statesman
nnd n lawyer,
Ho was activo mid outspoken
in opposition to the Republican measures of
tho time, among them the bill overturning
the old Stato governments of the South, the
Civil Bights bill and tho Freedman's Bureau
bill, Iu the impeachment trial of Andrew
Johnson he played uu Important part, and
added greatly to his reputation as a lawyer.
In a single term in tho Senate Mr. I fen
Urlcksj acquired a position of great prom
luenco before the country, and hu placed
himself so far forward in his party that since
18l!S ho has' been generally regarded as
among the Democratic candidates lor the
President. But for the Greeley movement
he might have been nominated in 1872.
After his retirement from thu Senate lu
1809 Mr Hendricks returned to the prac
tice of his profession at Indianapolis, but ho
wus not long allowed to remain out of pub
lic life. After Greeley's nomination at
Baltimoro Hendricks was induced to accept
a nomination for Governor eif Indiana, iu
order to strengthen the Presidential ticket,
mid, after a bitter canvass, he was elected
by a smalt majority, the rest of the ticket,
except tho Supeiiiiteudent of Public Instruc
tion, being lost to ine democracy, ihu per
sonal popularity of Governor Hendricks car
ried him throiieh, hut he had the udvatitano
of having an opponent against whom tiiu
teinperuni'o sentiment ot his btuto was ar
rayed, Ho has made nit acceptable. Gover
nor, and has offended only lu ono respect
by signing a local option liquor bill, which
was subsequeu'ly repealed.
(iovcrnor llenilrlcL-s is a man ol stroiie;
mid generous instincts. Socially ho Is ono
cf tho most agreeable men iu public life,
and lie carries thu iiri-auity lor which lio Is
noted into the court room as well us tho ex
ecutive chamber. No one meets h'ni with
out being charmed by his boclsly. Ho pos
sesses a fund of wit und anecdote which
uiuke him a charming companion, His
words fellcitoutly chosen, his sentences al
ways well constructed mid his elocution
fluent und easy, His houso is full of hooks
mid paintings, and, although not a scholar in
tho higher sense, lie w well versed In litera
ture und has been an especially close student
of KiiL'lish and American oratory. In bust-
licsH affairs he is careful, methodical and
prompt liberal without being extravagant
and lie lias the reputation ol being an
honest man. His name cm tho ticket Is ex
pected to add materially to 111 Sen's strength
lu the West; but wbelher this will prove
tne ruse run ouiy ue icatcii in mo imovciii
DEMOCRAT, BLOOxMSBUEU, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
St. Klmo, III,..Iiilv 8, 1874.
U. V. Tierce. M 1) . lluHiilo. N. Y. ! I
wish to mid my testimony to tho wonderful
curative, properties of ymir All. Ext., or Gol
den Medical Discovery, I hnvo taken grout
interest In this uiedicinn since. I first used II.
I wns badly nlhctrd vvilb ilyspepsln, llvrl do
ranged nnd mi iilinu-t perlect prostration of
tho nervous Kj'slcin, So rapid nnd complete,
did tho Discovery ellect u perfect euro that
It seemed tnoro like magic und n perfect
wonder to myself, nnd slnco Hint time wo
hnvu never bc.en without it hotllo of the Dis
covery nnd Purgative Pellets in the house.
They uro u solid, sound family physician in
Iho house nnd ready at nil times to fly to the
relief of sickness without charge. Wo
hnvo never hnd a doctor In tho house lnco
wo nrsi uegnn mo uso 01 your renew nnu
discovery, i nnvo recoinmoniieu inu use 01
ineso mcniciiies in sevenu severe mm coin-
piicntcn cases arising iroin, ni I inougu, nn
impure stato of tho blood, nnd In no one
case have they tailed to tnoro tlinu accom
plish nil they nre claimed to do, I will on
ly mention ono ns remarkable, (though I
could alvo ono dozen. ) Henry Koatcr. furn
ii,. . ,ii, r ii.ij ..t ...f. ... r
IIUIU III, Ml Mill IIIUVV, WIIVJ ..111 l.ttU W. I
the most pitiful objects ever seen, his face
swollen out of sluipc, scales nnd eruptions
without end, extending to his body, which
wus completely covered wllh blotches nnd
scales. Nothing that ho took seemed to ct-
feet It a particle. I finally-induced hlm'to
try n lew bottles ol jhu Uolden Airmail 1'is
covery, with daily use of tho Pellets, assur
ing him It would surely cure him. Ho com
menced its use some six weeks since, taking
two Pellets each night for n week, then one
each night, nnd tho Discovery ns directed.
Tho result is, to-day his skin Is perfectly
smooth, nnd the scaly eruptions nre gone.
He has taken sonic seven or eight bottles
In nil. mid considers himself cured. This
case had baffled tho skill of our best phy
sicians. Messrs. Dunsford & Co., druggists,
of this place, are selling largely of your med
icines nnd tho demand steadily increases,
mid thoy give perfect satisfaction in every
Itcspoctfnlly, W. II. CiiAMruN,
Agt. Am. Kxp. Co.
A llealthv-l'rouiollncr Stimulant.
Physicians, who certainly ought to be the
best judges ot such matters, declare that
wholesome, stimulation is not only deslrcnblc
but essential in many Instances. When the
temporary good effect of a sound stimulant
is coniirmcd nnd rendered permanent, as in
the cae of Ilosfetter's Stomach Hitters, by
tho action of tonic nnd alterative principles
combined with it, It becomes infinitely more
cfllcacious as n rcnovant of physical energy
nnd u corrcctivo of those conditions of tho
body which invite disease. The Hitters
liavn rernivpd thn ninnlmtin Niinctlnti nf mcd I
leal men who have observed the elfect of
llmt iimmlnr ulimlll-ill vn er.nl i ut iw a romnlv
for veakness, nervousness, dyspepsia, consli-
nation, inactivity of the liver, malarious
levers, ana many other diseases, lis oasis
is sound old rye. tho purest liquor known to
commerce, and Uelt possessing tonic pro
perties of no mean order.
IIKA1) AMI COXSIDEK.
Hellion's Capciue Porous Plasters arc mi
economical, clean, certain and powerful rem
edy, surpassing in efficacy any known plas
ter, liniment or compound.
They nre particularly c fTectivc, and will
positively reliexo and cure: Acuto and
Chronic Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia,
Nervous Diseases, Stubborn Colds, Kidney
Complaints and all diseases for which a po
rous plaster has been used, in an astonish
ing short time.
Cnpcine is tho greatest medicine known.
Capcinc is superior to electricity and mcr.
Henson's Cnpcine Porous l'lasters relieve
nt once and cure quickly. Try them. Trice
1'lIlUUACtlTIClI. Ciikuists, N. V.
May 19, '70 ly.
a new" mustaud plTstek.
The medical value, ot a mustard plaster Is under
stood In eerv family. Much time Is snent In pre
paring a poultice and often tho mustard Is of iwor
iiuiUltvnnd will not net. causing great suffering.
This mini: Inconvenience Is now perfectly otercoinu
by Henson's Prepared Mustard Plaster. It Is a grat
improvement on ine oiainnry nreicie. 11 is very
clean und can bo annlted and rcmove'd without dis
coloring the clothing or Milling the skin. It doe-snot
deteriorate with age. It Is always reliable, ns only
the best ipiallty of inustnrd is use-cl In Its prepara
tion. It Is ready for use any moment, hy simply
atoning it in waier. 11 is soui
lu half s ard nieces ut
ii.' cents per roll, if jour druggist can not, supply
lt ron. ii
c w to us.
i uu senei it iu us.
MIAIiritY Ic JOHNSON.
'harmacirutlcul Chemists, X.
l!i:i)l'OTIONS I.N COAL.
EXL'i:l.I.l'.NT TIME TO KII.I, YOUll COAT, BINS.
C. W. Ncal & Hro. oiler their superior coal at
the following extremely low prices viz.:
No. 2, 3, A 4, $3.80 per ton on wharf, $4.15 del.
i, ;i ;su a.oii
" U. 2.'J5 " " " " 2.C0
To Hniebiirners, $2.00 per ton on wharf.
lllaeksmith s lump, ...hU
Ulacksmilh's bituminous, ft.OO
20 cents for delivery of one-half ton or under
They will fill up ccal-houses at $3.50 per ton
for No. 5' delivered, and $4 per Ion for ro. 4
delivered. All prompt cash.
(We ro authorized to announce the follow lag per
sons us caudldati-s for tho olllces named, subject to
tho Democratlo rules of Columbia county ;)
O. A. MEGARGELL,
CHARLES B. BROCKWAY,
J, L. GIRTON,
MILTON CHARLES, .
A. K. SMITH,
JOHN W. HOFFMAN,
JOHN K, GROT,
HENRY D. KNORR,
1'. Ii. SU U.MAN,
I. K. KUIUKHAUM,
of ( rmi wood.
IiUT'.IKlt A. C1KIWAN,
lf J Hue,
JOSKl'lI II. KNITTMv,
!. J. jiiiuicNHY,
, of FithinycreeL;
C'llNTl'NXlAl.. Iluv nn Accident Policy (if
M. W. iNus. iifiiiu 'Cntirt lliiio Illooins-
1'V Cetefv' Phluls. go to JiiV'i.l'iiirUdn's
c-n olli nnd. Center streets.
lor title. A good second hand
cheap. Apply to ltcv. .1. A. Irvin.
I'or fuio Luxury Tobacco go to Crcasys,
Notwithstanding tho great rush at Clark
A Woll's before the 4th of July, thev wish
to say to the public that they still have
moodi enough ol H grades nnu prices, roi
mi kinds nim qualities to supply every body.
monmt sco lor yourscll.
Uananas, Pino Apples, Oranges and Lem
ons, at M. M. Uus.sc! I n.
When, In the course of human events, It
, . I . I f (.
becomes necessary to purchase clothing for
slimmer wear, go to 1). Lowenbcrg's.
The reason that I). A. Crensv sells floods
so low is, no buys lor cash.
Lnsting Slippers 75 cents at McKiniicy's.
Children's Protection Kdge.s iust received
nt h. Al. knurr h.
for Halt. Al-ousoon First street. 1m
mediate possession given, inquire of
ii W. .1. JJucknlew.
A new lot of Ladle's Skirts In this week
nt Creasy's ut ,f cents. 1 'A anil $1.00,
lhr Jlent. 1 lio liouso on Knst street.
iiiiiiiinsuiirg, noy occupied ly itev. 1.
Hollincler, Apply to Cnspcr Kressler. 2w
85 cents for slippers at 15. M, Knorr's.
Ladles Lasting Oaitcrs 1.15 at McKin-
A fine lot of Flvncts. Lap Itobes. Sum
mcr lllankets, buddies. c. in Stnro at
U. b. Furinmrs, Main Street below Market.
HATS! HATS! HATS I
Largest stock, lowest price,
latest styles, nt J), Lowenbcrg's.
A lot of New prints this week nt Creasy's
o ccnis :i yam.
A full lot of Confectionery nt M. M. Kus
ell's Grocery mid Provision store,
J'liie ayrups ami 3lolasses lrom 75 cents
to O.J Cents per gallon, llest L'enillllR New
Orleans Molasses 00 cents at Ureasy's New
Ladio's Kid mid Men's Fine Slinncrs iust
rof.ilvil ,it V Al T.T.w.
Ladies Gaiter Shoes S1.25 und umvnril nt
creasy 8iew ciore,
, r ...
A full lino of Tobaccos, at wholesale nnd
renin at -M. m, jumscii s.
Cool, light and comfortable.
the summer clothing at Lowenbcrg's,
To buy cheap for cash go to Creasv's new-
store up town.
300 Pairs Slippers at McKiiiney's.
Gaiters at K. M. Knorr's for
Aiipleton "A" Muslin 9 cents a yard by
inu ooii, casu, ai creasy s.
French Dressing at K. M. Knorr's.
Buy the Ellinood Collar at McKiiiney's.
$2.00 will buy a Nice Pair of Button Gai
ters at i- M. Knorr s,
A full line of Green and Black Teas, cf
an qualities mm prices at Ktisselrs.
Old Established Coal Yard.
C. W. Nkai. & Hlio.. Wholesale & Itctail
Dealers in all sizes of the best dualities o
Bed and White Ash Coal, at the verv lowest
market rates. Have constantly on hand large
and Linicbiirner's Coal
Especial attention given to the urenara
tion of coal before leaving our yards. Grain
and Lumber taken iu exchange for coal
uoai delivered to any part ot tho town i
short notice. Orders lctt.it I. W. McKelvy
store, or at our office, will receive prompt at
tention, uihco ana lards at William .Ncal
& Sons' Furnace, East Bloonisburg. Your
patronage respectfully solicited.
UUAl,. 17 tl 20 COAL
Tint OnltFiiie CniK Von ltn-rvni:, The oldes
and best hernia surgeons In tho world aro soinn
the advantages offered hy the Triumph Truss Co,
3.14 llowcry, N. whoso truss and buniwrter we
awariled Iho medal nt tho late session of the lireat
American Institute l'alr. Send 10 cents lor the
new book. March 54 '"cyl
Ax HiSTOiiiCAi. Fact. Kvcrvntrentwlioha
been steadily eel tin k the Iniproveel $20 Ilnioe
sieau mcwhib aiachlne lor three years, owns h
(Iwellinc house, has a troixl nccouut in hanlc.
clear of tielit, ami lias money at interest. Hi
natural consequence of securing a good agency
for superior cowls nt the lowest prices. A L'ooil
first-class Sewintr Machine, most usefnl reliable
ut all times, e'asy to understand and control, tl
same size and does the same work as anv ma
chines that sell nt four limes the price. There
is no machine at anv price heller, or that wi
no liner or inoie work, anil certainly none
low in price hy many dollars. The Ifoiue.steail
is widely known anil used in thousands of fain
Hies in the Kastern nnd Middle-Stales, nnd dai
ly becoming popular in the West. It will sa
us cost several tunes over in one season, doing
the work of tho family, or will earn four or live
dollars a day fur any mail or woman who sews
iur ie living, it is ine strongest inacuine man
is ready at nil tunes to ilo its work, makes I
strongest nnd fini'st slileh vet invented, and
fully acknowledged as the .Standard l-'ami
hewing .Much i lie. I'nce", complete for domes
nc use. s-iu. delivered at vour door, no iu.it i
how remoter nn may reside, llusiuess perma
nent nnd honorable, with moro certain and rap-
d sa cs, and laruer iinillts than anv nlli.-r. Hi.
traorelinary liberal oilers mado to Iwnl or trav
eling Hgenls where we have none estab isheil :
or, if Iheie is no agent near you, send your or
der direct to the factory. Addici-s John II.
Kendall & Co., li:S0 liroailway, New York.
-iay o, ib ly.
V.. V. KUNKU.'N llITTi:it WINK (II' IKON
has ue-ii-r tsvu known to fall luthocuro of weakness,
attended with symptoms; Indisposition loevfrllon,
loss of memory, dimculty or breathlus, geni-ral
wi'aWni-ss, horror ot dl.se.ese-, weak", nervous tiemb.
llnir, dreadful horror of death, night hneats, cold
feet, weakness, dimness of e Ulon, languor, unit ersal
l.essltudo of tho muscular sjkloui.ciiorniousnpptitltu
witli elhH.-ptlo sjniloins, hot hands, Hashing of tho
body, drjnessof tho skin, pallid countenance nnd
eruptions on Iho face, purifying Iho blood, pain tn
tho back, heaMness of tho ejellds, frespicnl black
spots lljlng before tho eyes wllh tcmiwrary MUTu
blon und Ios of sight, want ot attention, etc. Thesei
symptoms all urlso from a weakness and to remedy
that uso li. V. Kt'Nkki.'s Hitler YVIno of Iron It
neer falls. Thousands aro now enjojlng health
who bm u used It. Tiiko only i:. V. Ki'Keki.'h.
liewaioof counterfeits und haso Imitations. As
Kiinkel's Hitter Wlnoof Irou Is so well kuown all
necr Iho country, druggists themselves make an
Imitation and try to palm It off on their customers,
when they call for Uniikcl's Hitter Winn of Iron.
Kunkel'H Hitler Wluuuf Iron Is put up only In l
bottles, undhasujellow wrapper nicely put on tho
outside wllh tho proprietor's photograph on tho
wrapper or each hotllo. Alwajsj look for Ihu photo
graph nu Iho outside, and on v, 111 ahvajs lj sure to
get tho genuine, fl jwr bottle, or six for ts. Hold by
Druggutij and Dealers, vierywhero,
.M.I, W'OllMH ItKStOVKl) AI.1VK,
E. Y, Ki-NKii.'s Worm Hj rup neer falls to destroy
Mn, Hea und blomach worms. Dr. Ki'Nki.i, tho only
huccessful I'loblclun who remoees TiiH worm lu t
hours, nine with head, and no feu until rvmoved.
C'oinmon se-nso teaches It Tupo worm lw remoeed all
other w ol ins cau bo readily deslrojed. Kend for
circular lo Dr. Kunkcl, No. Vit) North Vlh Hret-I,
rhllaelelphla, l'n., or cull on jour druggist and ask
lorn botlleot Kunkel'H Worm Syrup. I'rlco ILeio.
It Novcr falls. juiy.
ltupturo rure-d lu from to to J dais by iho Tri
umph Truss Do., of S84 Hovei-ry, N, Y., who olfor Jl,
ooo for a rupturo Ihey eauuot cure, Heieudiertlse
inent und cut of Truu lu unotlu'rcoluuiu. bend 10
ivnUfur elebcrljillVB bo of rrliimpli Jtupturiw
t) ure. lrcbM,
METHODS OF BUSINESS POINTS OF ADVANTAGE
wHN THE PURCHASE OF
WANAMAKER & BROWN'S OAK HALL,
To which we Indie the Inleretled Attention and Ceretul Scru!!n.r of
-THE PUKOIIASINO- PUBLIO.-
"Yr. have hut Ono Trleo for All
U rcceivo C(uh 1'aymcnt from A1L.
I', glvo u cluarantco protecting AH...
WK lleturn Honey when wo cannot
Milt All .'
WK tmy our rooiIs at first hands, In
Immense quantities., mui at tho
lowest )irlcefl for Cush
WK manufacturo wllh cxtrcmo euro
ocry garment wo ell
WK lnsjicct every yard of Roodi that
goes into our gaitucnU....
WK put ft ticket nn every garment,
eliowlng plainly lis quality and
WK rut off eecry Item of unnecessary
emplny fir t-claM
WK gllc satisfaction tocvery purchaser
or return tho money.
In a'Mltlon our Immense Ftoct onicafljr-Sfatlo Clolhlnff, wo hare a Magnificent Lino
of Hen's and Hoy's rurn..hln Goods, BhlrU (of our own make) and Underwear, all at tho
Very Ixjwekt l'rlcea,
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
S. E. COR. SIXTH & MARKET STREETS,
WHOLESALE DEUG EMPORIUM.
Corner Main and Market Street
The untlersigned having been engaged in the
business i'or the past eight years would call tho attention of country
dealers to their large and varied stock.
They defy competition by any house in or out of the large cities.
Their stock consists of Paints, Oils.
Glass, Putty, Patent
BROWE H :
"Where may be found si larg
Sponges, Chamois, Colognes, Perfumery and in fact everything kept
in a Avell regulated
They are also Sole Manufacturers of the celebrated
OIL OF GLADNESS.
OALI. AND EXAM1NK OUIt STOCK.
May 19, '70.-tf.
Then Buy N. Y. ENAMEL PAINT OO.'S
nnd savn nne-thlrd Iho cost of r 1 n?ATTin
Is much handsomer an
d win ILllTi ljVIJ J JY I i 1 last twlcons loner as any other
lalnu Is prepared ready for uso In v. hlte or anv color
In tho country, uiauy eit which have beenpalnle-d six
This ('HUMli'Ah PaINT has taken Hrst Premiums
of colors sent rree. Address N. V. EN A M
II it o li u water street, Cleveland, Ohio,
TVT A TVTTVT ATTI
IIXJ-Jl LU.1U.V. X XJL
Corner Main and
The largest stock of groceries and
&c,, etc., in the county, for
ct. S, 1SI5
Dealer in Law Blanks. Suudav
! WINDOW CURTAINS. WALL PAPER.
Books and supplies not
On Short Nolice at tho
Store in Exchange Hotel
Oct. 8, 1STB
Then Buy MILLER BROS.'
and wiyu one-third tho cost of nn lArTp A T 1 A rJrP painting, and get a paint that
Is much handsomer and will Kjl 1 VjlM li L iVLl L last twleo as long us any other
p-elut, Is pie-pared ready for use In while or any color desired, Is on many thousands of tho lluest buildings
In iho country, many of which haeo been lialnie-d slnears, und now look as well us when hrst palnte-el.
This Oil HMlCAl, l'AINT has taken First Premiums t twenty ol tho stato Fairs of the 1'nlon. Sample card
of colors sent fre-e. Address Mil. I. lilt IlllOS, lew Vate-r street, Cleveland, Ohio.
TL' V I. VI tl I I I, . I VIP .... 11V1 f-l ... ....... fc V m .... '
... U l A .11 U II t .1 I II . SJ w,, IV, 1UIII"V1
Br. Terry's Veptaiile Nerve M&i
For n perfect restoratlon of the nervous ssstcui
causing an liuiuedlalu and piom-r cuio In the folloev
Ing eases i nervous dehlllly luilialred nuiilllou o
tho body, lassitude, weakness lu the limbs nnd luck
Indl-spusitlon und Incapacity for study, dullness uf
uppre-henslun, loss of memory, aversion lu society,
timidity, belf-ellstrust, dizziness, headache. Incident
to both hOAe-i, lor whoso Ix-neilt It is designed and
whoso happiness It will promote.
Tho most eminent, iLi. slelans of this country havo
exeited thcinselu-s lo thu utmost tuchick the In
il easing fatality resulting from Ihu iclaiatlunnf thu
nerves, liming for a long pcilod deeoted much
study, tlniuund labor In e-siablMiliig a remedy for
the pelted restoration uf tho nervous ) stem, it H
gralllylng to ho able to anuoiiuen the sueci-ssat-teiidlug
luy new method, Tuiuugh lids remedy tho
nerves cuu ho reached and lu such a way that, how
overshattereslor piastraltsl, the-ycanho is-rfecllv
restored II acts on Iho nerves ut unco, yet wllh
gentleness restoring thuiulo u natural btute, and
lomovlug thu abuvu distressing dlse-ases.
I loth sexes, moro oi less, iiuough the prostration
of tho nervous svstem, lu.su their ene rgy, Hi such
Instances the Nervo lleinedy may U idled uihjii lu
lovlvlug tli t-s patient hiln tho vigor or youth.
Tho Norm Itemed-Is laielullyeouiiiouuded and
liul up In boxes vilth full dlret'lluns. Pi lee. one dol
lar, uxpi cased U) uuy uddress on I eeelpt of price.
lilt. 1. I'llAl'.M'KY THIlltr,
I20S Vino street, l'hlla.
Ollico hours, 11 a. in. lo 3 p. in., lioti p. in.
YULUAN IRON WORKS
DANVII.LK. MONTOUIt COUNTV. l'A.
WU.l.IAM II, LAW, Manufacturer o(
l'H......l.. Ihi.i llrl.l.n.u II. .11.. "..'...II..
Klieproof Hulldlngs, Wrought Iron Hooting, Kooning
Frames, Flooring und Doors, Farm UaUvs and Feno.
r I UUIUB, f UTVI ll.K ""-l l-wn, .
ug, also wrought Iron Pining,
Stacks and all kinds
of Smith Work, to. Ilepal
pruuiplly utlvueled lo
n. u. urawin
tkt, 8, luio-u
N. II. Drawings gud Itallmate-s bupplUil.
ONE I'rlco menn of necessity tho Voir
CAStt r-aves cxpenso of collection, ami
louse irom had debt
Tun Ouaranteo protects Iho buyer Who
may not to ajudjoof goodi..-. ,.
Wo rely on lmmcno rales nnd are sat
isfied with n very f mall j-erccnt-ngo
IT In cosy to buy of us, rlnco all nro treated,
alike, no ono gettlni; favors that
aro dentod to others
DICKKrtlXfl nnd cUbato aro dnno away
hy us, every bodygct-sourUit with
out having to ask lor It
OUIt larso experience, capital and facil
ities wo uso for tho iKjoplo's benefit
In lowering prices
WK fill ordeni received by mall from alt
parts of tho United Slates. Writo
NOT a parllclo of rlk run In buying of
us. A child may buy as encaply
as ii man
i stock of Surgical Instruments,
retail Drug Store.
AT DA T"Trp palntlner, and (ret a paint that
Is on many thousands of tho lluest bulldlii;s
ye-ars aud now look as well as when llrsr painted.
at teeenty of tin-.state Fairs of tho union. Sample curd
' A I N T o ()., 1113 Clumbers ktreet, N. V., or ,M 1 1. 1. 1: It
J XvV-F JXj1X Jl .
3? -A. ,
provisions, Queensware, Glassware
sale at wholesale or retail at
School Libraries. Denositarv of tho
PICTURE ERAMPH RV.WAT?T1 flARTifi
on hand can be furnished
Most Reasonable Rates.
Building, Bloomslnirg, Pa.
D OUVtl) .1, .
May IS, '5-ly.
I LOUIS BERNHARD.
ELQI1V WATCHES, 0L00K8,
Silverware, "Watches ami Jewelry
Ijedlcs' and Oeutlemcii's Uold and Silver Watxb.es,
of American and I'oulgu manufacture.
'1110 UllUers elieil. 'I li-Asnrcr r.r thu nn..... A.
Illooinsburg, heioby gives noilcolhal. hu Is pa-parod
11EOI3IV13 TDK TOWN TAXES
Ulou miTa'fuT'85011 Bnd f""11011 tor '
I'lliliij, Juuu Killi, lK-jo.
Attlit'Ofllrapf Koons 4: Hrowu at the Exruanco
Hotel. In weld Town; and uU lax.pajertiaro heriCy
iwiulreel to uv tlu. Bame. uy lax unpaid i Itul
exnlrallun of ihlrin avy fmm n... c,.i,il..... .
and Plated W arO, Clocks. I Ibelni: tract No. lAtltuate In Heaver (nwnshln. rm.
,., .., Co., bounded und descrlt'e'd us follows, viz i fieglu-
1'IM'J JLW m.HY, tC, AO, iilngutttbtuno in u piiblte road In KcoU-h Valley,
' I the-nco uloiiL' bald limd liu'lh brvi'tit .tlviwl, itrr.....
REl AIRING AND ENRH AVIUn "'thltv-beveu und witMemh vreheu to uitone
leueeiiieuiu itili; ajii UaWV r IBU thencu bv land of (lea. 1'. lirililmeli iiniin i.-i. ,i:
Juuu bliall 1 iu.ld vvllu nve ixr ivnt wnahtv ufim
lhouimmutieu.leiltheiVto. K i uinh
Dauchy & Go's. Advt's.
f AGENTS WANTED FOR THE GREAT
tl -. i. l.i,i, i In.ni niiv ..in. r tssik. iiiii a :-ill sold
(tl copiPNiii mil' rlnt. M ini for i.iiri-vric u-iinsto
sp-lils. NmiI.imiiI I'nhlUilNK t n., I'lill wlrlplila.
ei my i iw.
IJ()il(ll! COLDS, IMAKSHNKSS,
AND AXiZi THROAT DISEASES
WELLS' CAKBOMO TABLETS
I'ut up only In ill.l'K 1I03C1&
A Tried mid sui ts Itcmcily.
Forsiilo lir druggM-a generally, and JOHNSTON
HOLhOWAV ii Co., Thlladclrhla, he.
IOOK AOi:.TS IVANTUO
tOMlllli wn U Itja
I new book I CBJL B 1 ALt
ITIHIt'MMt of CiiiTUVfT htre mwtrwl
ntirtt.ll tnel Ihli faiiHiiil nrw Nk, nd yt l
wnni f,lMM mori'l II la lh irtm wnnfa
"MwwHl Utet MormitoWm, ' llltiTKINCUon DJr
Mt. It. 11. He I (I It r Ktt.OOft tofllf hivt
1n n il.l, urn! It ouIm-IIi all Mttr bouk if rtin
Id i!r kv. i tttfinitiil f Thmnfittili mm
viillniforiti AcmUrtll I to ko Unr, oj-OI TP IT
11(1. P.tonU. fjirjtetiiini.li1-t.wmi I'.Vf II U-rmMre.
Addm, A U. Wultf mi u tux ii Co- llutlord. Coon.
Men arorarntnff fio to Itsoper week 1 1 ReUlnff
AND ITS RESOURCES.
Complete tn tho thrllllnrr history of too eventful
year -also or me irrenc -ivxiiiihiioii rmiu inue
scrtpllon ot our mighty rewjurres hi iiRrleulture.coin
merec, mlnerieU, inienufaetiireH, natural wonrlern,
curlostth'K. Ac nil richly Uluttr..tcd. A 'Ccntnry'1
nn i nnd "lllrd'K-eje Irw" free. Isells marvellous
ly rant l.o ii mora regent, wnnted rpilckly for IhM
lend our utandard "I.I I'll III' I.I VI.Ml-tTII.Ni:,"
IMMMMI nlrendy sold, ul.tonew liihle, f,om lllutrii-
II011S HUH HO e-quui. rurPAim iniin n' t" "1"""
hieril Urns., Publishers, Philadelphia. d July WW
AOEKTS VANTKI tor tho uoiv historical work,
OUR WESTERN BORDER.
A complete and graphic history of
llfo ll.!K UUNIlltKl) VUAItS Al
Alio. Ha thrlSlng-
cnnlllnlH nt nrl mill evlilll, liieH. CXCltlntT adVCDtUrCW.
cnptlvltle., forays, scouts, pioneer w omen und boys.
Indian war-paths, camp life and sports. A hoolc for
old and young. Not ttdull pngo. No competition.
Knormoui sales. AKcnts wanted cverywheis. Illus
trated circulars free. .1. U. SlcCurdy & Co., Phiut.
A ton-dollar bill of 1TT sent
free forlitamp. Address Hurst
it Co., 77 Nassau St., N. V.
PSYCIIOMANCY or SOW, CIIAKMIKG.
How either sex mav fascinate and gain tho
lovo and uireello isof any person they chooso Instant
ly, nils Mllipiu ui-iiuirumt-iiL uu tail -ni-n-, nn-, uj
mall, tor Sftc, together with it inai rlago guide, Kgip-
tlaii oracle, dreams,
hints to ladles, wedding-night
shirt, Sc. A queer hook,
Address T. William K Co.,
1). Co. .lunosi-iw.
Babcock & Wyeth's Ads.
Turner In Horn. Haul iin-1 Suit Wood, All kinds o(
Tunis nannies, kc.
ItEAK or 220 MOUTH hKCUN'DbT., (Second i'lcor,)
When ileatli was lionrlv expecltil from
('iiiiiiiiiiiIii, all lemedles having failed, and Dr.
H. Jamks was cxiK'rhnentlng. he accidentally tnado
n preparation of INDIAN IIB.VU', which cured his
only child, und now gives this rcclpo rree on receipt
ot twostainps. In pay p.xpenses. Hempalso cures
night-sweat, nausea ut the stomach, and will break:
refresh cold In twcnU-rour hours. Address Ciud
dock & Co , lois Itace St., Philadelphia, naming this
(iencial agents In ovciy town In tho United States
for the Ailjiisillih- Pick, with a combination of eight
tools complete In one, viz : pick, matloclc, iid7c, lum
ping Iron, sledge, axe and polo head, or any other
tool that can be Inserted In sockets, nt about one
fourlh cost or ordinary tools.
.1. V. I.Al-KEUTV, Adjustlble lick Co..
133 South 2d St., l'hlla., Chamber ol Commerce.
try it: try it: try it:
The liest Tonic in America.
j Til8 "S" Celuttu1 BiHBF Ma,
Xo 12 North Seventh St., Philadelphia.
To lio had Iroin till lirHtclam
tli-ugClNts) lliroiigliu it tlic cUuntry
I'eisoiH deserlng to take out Patents, or de.slrlns
Information from tho United states Patent onice,
should consult Y. A. I.U1IM A.NK.Soi.iciTOii or Aueri
cin ash I'oiikiun' I'atknts, Waslilngton, D. C, Ex
aminations fi ce. NO PATENT NO PAY. Send for
July T, C.-lm.
T. D. Kellogg's Advts.
H 0 M (E 0 l'ATIIllJ
works wonders wllh cattle, h rses, fonts, and all
other d unestlo nulinals. No lie fiy stable keeper,
stock raiser, or fanner should be w It It iut a case ot
these medicines nnd a liook gtt lug plain dlrecllous
for their use. HOHIUCK A T Kbl.. 14.1 Oraud St.,
New York, will send their descriptive catalogue to
any addiess, on receipt of a stamp. Theirs Is the
oldest lloinu-opalhlc, I harinaey lu this country
founded in 1S33. .Junou-sw.
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Those who caunol come to the l entennlal City
should enclose mi cents for a copyot our new and
beautiful "FLAUb ok Alt. Nations iikanu lUucu,"a
splendid composition, with handsomely Illustrated
Address WM. II. ltONKK A CO.,
Dealers In Mieet .Music Slu Ic Hooks,
June a-13w. 1102 Chestnut St., l'lilladclphla.
VATS AND TANKS. for brew-
rs, chemists, manufacturers and prlvalo
dwellings. (IKO. J. llUllKUAltT Si CO.,
HUiiomeoexi m.., iiciow nroau.
DUIIIIKK HOODS of every tlefcriplinn,
rVlii'ltln?, I'ncklng, llnw. Honlsand shoes, Cloth
ing, sc. HP HAHli I.EVicK, son & co.. 124 Chest
nut St., Philadelphia, Agents National ltubber Co.
O end 25c. toll. I'
HOWEI.I, C O., New York, fo
ol'umphletot no pages, containing lists of uoe
nowspaiiers, and estimates bhow ing cost ot advertis
ing. March 10, 'lo-lyr
nkw HteiKV.li Kiutiov. iw-.niK) urlleles, 3,e) en-
SIKti K l WTX'Xl
for HO cents. AeiK.S'lst WANTKD.
lll 4S. II. DAVIS & CO., lMllltl.
tSTATK Or IIKSOKAII KICIIAHU. UECkASkll
ersot Administration nn theebtutoof Deborah
l.'l.di.ird. late of the lo iishlp of Caiawlssa.iounty of
Coliimhhi, di-ci'ase-d.havetK-en gianle-d hy Iho lte-gls-ter
nf said enmity to Illr.un J. Ilcedi-r, of I atawlssa
lowiibhlp. All peiKiiiis haelng claims against thu
estate nf Ihodnedeiit areri iiui sled to present them
for selllemeul, und ihoso ludehleet Initio ebtato to
inako pa)ineui 10 tno unuersigneo nnminisirutor
without delay. ItlltAM .1. HHKDKH,
w. I.. livkiu.T, Aumiuutrator,
Attorney for Kstale.
John Ilunslnger, Administrator of (itdeun Hunts
lnger, ekie-ased, will oaihjsu to puhllo sul-s on the
premises uu v
SATURDAY, JULY 8tli, 18T0.
at It) o'clock a. in. tho following described real estate
T UAOT O l' I. .1 X I
erive-s west, onu huudled and ftiilv.klif iierr-lwa In n
stone, ihenco boulh suventy-ilvo deeiee-H nest, HU
I-""'. 1'u.vu v uc-kiiiiiiiik. lliuuillllllg
strict measure, with tho appurtenances.
Tract No. , ateilaln piece t-r parcel of lamlMtu
atom Heaver lovMishlp nfurernlel, bounded on thy
east hy Autun Drelsl'uch. em thu nuilh bv Onlinui iu
Uoul und Iron Ceiuiiuiuy, on the west
v. 1111 lhn veesL liv lain i luiul
of suld (lldeon llniisliger, I'eeeusid, und ou Ihu
Houlh o,y land of Vrnncls Crueise, iDulululug
with the uppui tenant en.
thu purchabo money to U) 1
ii.ium eir BAi.rv. ivu iier cent iii.enio-jiriuor
utd at IIir hrtlklner elovvu
he tironerlv. Iho one foe
proiieriy, Ihe one fouith lens the ten )i re-out
at the continuation of hul, und Ihe remaining Ihu
I ''""i''!tlun iilal.
fourths lu one J ear llan utter, with Inii'iist Iiku
June 1, wtu
JOHN III NUNOKM,