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THE C0tUMBIA3Sf ANi) DlBIOGRArBfeOOMBBlJRGh QtoiWIA cSItsA.
My Visit l tlm llirtliplnce 'irilieSUrarso
,lut licforo leaving tlm United Statin for
our Oriental tour, my litislmwl nntl I untight
out tlie.ie fatnntii twin, run! lcsrneil from
them nliero thpy were born anil the placo
where their parents rro ltll lIMnp, deter
mined If litilbY, tn re rn'tli. Sunn after
wo were dnnieMieated in tliyMintry he
gan ntir search; and It was to me qnlti-a
little Rain day, stl'l rememhered with plea
lire, that I spent in theearly home ol Chnnp
nnd Eiifj, dining In the front room of the lit
tle cabin where these boys had so often
romped In childish cleej handling the queer
little suits of bine, nankeen, the first the
twins had ever worn after their baby gar
ment", and which the loving mother had
preerved as reminders ol her wonderful
children; ami plucking roses from the very
trees the, boys had planted and called by
their own names, before, leaving their native
H was about thirty miles south-west of
ilangkok, the capital of Slam, in a little fish
ing village called MaKlaunp, that thee
twins were born. The home, a thatchfd
cottage of bamboo, fronting on the "Great
Canal" which elves name to the vllljce,
was still standing at the timenfonr visit,
and thn very spot where the cradle of Chang
nnd Enguscd to hang on tho long, low ver
anda was pointed out to us. From this
house the family removed to Bangkok, when
the twins wereln their second year; and the
boyhood of the boys was passed in their lit
tle cottage four miles from the city, where
we found their parent. The houso was ono
of the sort known In Slam as "rloallng hou
ses," one story buildings, moored on the
river hank, and kept in place by large poles
on each ide, driven firmly in the river
The little cot was built of teak boards,
nnd roofed wiib, atly leaves ; and conAih
i'd, besides the long venujda.otttookiug the
exercised, the band lengthed, of became
more elastic, until they could readily stand
side by side, or even back to back, and could
turn themclvcs In bed by rolling ono over
In answer to my questions, tho mother
slid that durliii! their early chlldhood.Chang
Dr. Schenck's) Standard
The standard remedies tor all diseases or tho luntrs
are schenckVJ Pulmonic. Syrup, fctienck's Bea Weed
Tunic, and Mcnenclfs Mandrako I1UJ and II taken
before, tho lungs are destroyed, a speody cure Is ef
fected. To these three medicines lir. .1 It. Hctaenck, of
Philadelphia, owes hi nnrlv tiled success lu Uio
treatment i.f palm inary (liMava. ...
and Kng ued to talk to each other finite, ns tholunrs: nature throws it orr by arte ay !
ohen ai to tliinn about them ; but as they coiwu'wul throw It orf, tue patient ha rest and the
i$reiv idder they seemed to mi lersiaild tli.it,
i thev wire iilivii s txgctli' an I iw
a id lirnnl tin' muiib tlilngn, tin r wtt
little need of c tnvt'nuiti'iM Itetwei n tin in
a Ives She seemed surprlned when I aked
lierlfshehad ever thought that they were
actuated by tho same mind or impuNe, nnd
aid promptly that she whs ture it wai not to,
for they always played together as two, not
'is one; that one sometimes cried while she
nursid tho other; that II one struct: Ills
head or hand hU brother felt no pain; only
when thn ligament that united them was
touched both were consclom of It. Oue was
occasionally sick nnd tho other well, nor did
she remember that both were very 111 at tho
same, time, except when they had the small-
p"x. She ciild whisper In the ear of one
and the other know nothing of what she
aid ; but that they ucnerally kept no secrets
from each other, sharing voluntarily their
mutual joja and care.
The last tini!- I nv the twin was In the
fall of 1865, -it the Aji-icultiir.il Pair in
Urattlulvirn', Vermont, where they wero
again exhibit 4 t.-ni-ilve, with m nf
each. They v- tlx in..lig: Id look old, and
seemed to ha1 loit, not only their boyish
sprighllincs, .mtthe deep interest they had
formerly slioou In their native land, saying
carelessly in amtver to my question, "lArue
rica is our hone now; we have no ether,
and shall nevr leave this country, where
wehavo been " nn."Bxnnie Roper huge
in FtlrMiry 11 "A Airette,
li.n r. h irln tn lir. il.
To ennnie me liutmm'e Si nip to ilothK "chenek'a
Muitiir iki' I'lll arid Thcnck i en 'ii il TuMi' Miut
lie freely uieil to iliuui.i; tho .linr.fi-' .ul 11 v-r r.
Mow-nek's Mandrake nil art -i Mi' tit r, ' 11 vli-ir
all ob'tru 'Hon, relat the trail ni nlJtr.thu bllo cUirts
freely, an I ttieilr.T u.ou.i miii v I. , ,
.chiirk'i sen Weed in.li Is ireullot-tlmulaiit
andultrrut vus thu alkali f which It Mo.npod
muis with tlm Mod and n vi uis Mninini;. n asin
the dlrjtlin tjy tuntnir un the ktiiruu'li t' o li.'ultliy
coudiuon ai that tho ImM and the ruluioulcvrrnt)
will innlo cooii blood: thn tho Miiith heel, and tho
ratt' ht win surely iret well It caro 11 taken Ui pre
vent fresh cold.
All who wtih to consult l)r Hcln-n. k, Ithrr wr
sonsllv or hy letu r, can di so at hln vrli..'lp..l ufilce,
corner of SUtu and Arch strcets.l'Uila.li l.- hta. every
'Mtithf n'ck a medicines are sold by all druggists
throughout the counl ry.
strlks at the root of dlsenw by purlfjtnj tun blood,
r-tirtu, tho liver nnd kllncjn to iiealtny action,
laviKorullui; tue ncrTuua sjstfin.
Is hot a iUe, n'ltiiuous compound, rrhlcu rlmply
puws tho bowels, but a sure, pleasant ritucdy
whii-h 1 sure to purify the blood ami thereby rw
slure thn hcilth.
Is now prescribed In cava ot "crofula nnd otlif r rtls
r.xHi'SOt the blue l.xiy mmy or tho beat pnjMcluns,
o luto its tfreat succum lu cuiins aJ uecsus of
li ios not deceive Invalids Intu fil I oj .tby purs
lni an 1 croutlnif a tlctlt'O i two tue, tmt slfa na
ture In clcirlnir nnd purlf.inu the wltrlo stera,
leading tho patient gradually to h rfect health
Was looked uj)on a. an experiment for some Itro'iiy
Homo o( our bent phyt 'laus, but Hioi".iij,i mcrtvlu
loustn repird to Its merit ip,jy Itsmj-lurdent
Mends and supporters.
Mays aSston physician, "has no equal as a blood
mrtAr. llftftrtnir ot 10 injinv wondprrul enrpq. artfir
all otter remedies had failed, 1 vliltcd the Uboratory
and convmcea inj o.i 01 iw Knuino ment. i 1
Miared rrtini datls. rnocn ana uero. nnca vs waicn
highly elective, and ths7 nro onupouaded tn
I prepared fruni barks, roota i
it. ii en . j.r I tVhiirhlv pecllve. ajid thv nn
iwl.uiv rjuil trees. I uUPa u maancr aa to rrjducti nntnifahlnq. r wilta
Unless ll.r.iriVcoofthegroundJa mulch-I la'acknowled?ed anU recomiMM''d by payalclftiLs
el nMUnil youns trtea over- an area ol Jlx to I m ,), niooj et discovered, aoid uioaaands soeak in
river, four plm-nti' rooms,' of whicli .the t-i tho ground should bo kept prul i w haro been restored to ueaith.
front we nshop as well as sitting-room, and cn and i.ieuow. f.vcry larmer mowa jvkwus-.
on the occasion of our visit served likewise '"at ft inn ni corn or potaioea win not WHAT 19 SEEDED,
as a diiilng-hall. Here, the father plied his amount to much unless' cultivated, add yet Boaro. retain, uti.
trade of catehliig fHh, and the young moth- "ere are many wuo wiu oegieci io 3tor sir-sbollt one year sLvo ftmod myself to
.,.1,1 ,,.flrp, : ),erhoii OeeaHionallv tho "'e care to atreo which la worth. a'hundrtd aloebWeohditloa trora'irejwirudebuit 'Vesctlne
er eoiu wares in nersnop. vacasionanj mo i ... ... I wasstroniriy recomraen4l:tv me Uyarrtnadwho
twin brothers went out with their father in mm 01 vltncr 01 mo lormcr. in ncn son had been mudh beaeutad by its use. 1 procurod the
W. .Ul,i..b.'.t. ,!. lit., nil f.ripnh.1 All. trees may grow r.tpidly without cultivation, Ki&tf&SSSB&S&WESR
i i i . i r and no amount cf irras or weeds will retard that there H no medicine superior to it for Uiose
dreu learned to swim, and spent much of .iu no juiounioi grji or wu win rcinru Ultl,or whl!lj lt h eapoctallv propared, and
it.ir timu In iti ,1-ninr them ; hut there are other tninga beside would cheerfully recommend it to thoso who feel
uieir unie in uie naier. i.i.,.i.,i e. .. if ,i. ....l thai they aeod somethlcir to restore thorn to perfect
v. L. PBrriNOlLL.
Finn of 8. M. l'etUagul KCa.,Vi state St., Uostoa.
cnnciNNiTi. Nov. si. isn.
l)arHlr The two bottles of Veiretlne furnlahed
mo by soar acent my wlfa has used with irrcat beiv-
rjr a long time ana m been irouoiea witn auzi
llP.i.mii,.lu front r ihir growtu to tie luoEeu niter. u tue ween
cabin, thev were observed hv Mr. Hnbert I a ras are anoweu to grow up aruuuu tue
1 i i 1 . . - i. il. 1.
IIiii,l..r. n S.-nU'li merclmnt wlw, raid,l It. " PP'i Pcacu oripnuoe ireea, um uar
llaiifknt. Aat.mMied at seeimr the children become soft near their base by being
r a - - - . i . i .i.. . ...li.t 1
kep always w close together, and perfectly siiaaeu, mm mererjy oe in a sunauie conai.
nllk.. ..r t in ninvementa of tho two. Mr. "im lor me rece uiuu u w iyuiuii ,u t,
Hunter stopped to ascertain the cause. Ono 'dently become peach or apple borers. Tae aciwneg ,vggM
can imnKino his suriiriso at the strange sight any dozen of young apple trees in sections she was also trouoled wmi dyspensH and sreneriiS
revealed when, as he talked to the mother, whew tho npple borer is abundaut, and at- -T-
the twin boys camo up from the water anil ,w 11 1"""1" u,: " Tfcw, uu
stood boforehim. This was ill tho year "le remainuer wen cuiuvaw. ana men
1821, when tho lads were about twelve years watch the result. From our experience, we steTenB, t, ifrtt
old, and from that time Mr. Hunter never pellevelhe cnanceu are nine loone in lavor I noar mr-Through tho advice, and earnest, persua-
guro up the hope of being able to get them of these cultivated being exempt from this S
nTn T'urnnn IV. t nvliltilllnn PCSt. iVdf lOltM AtmCUUHrUl. 1 Krea IOT Jfoare.
At first the parents would not hear of be
ing deprived of their wonderful children,
even for a time ; but the lads themselves be
came interested in the glowing account they
heard of the "outsldo world," and grew anx
ious to take a peep at its wonders. It is not
htrange that they should have felt such a de-
fcire ; lor, bound as they were, of course they
were cut off from most of the boyish sports
that they saw their young companions en.
I have used only two bottles and already feel mi.
I ami uiiun "" 1 . ikbuiuuui.
Eveninss at Home. J. w. cartkr.
t p ti ai rn .
When the evening lampa are lighted, iwpon irom a rroouoat LdiemiSt ana
says an exchange, tbechildreu now gather I apiumvaiji
Boston. Jan 1.16T4.
Dear tlr This la to certify that 1 have sow at re-
witli school books aionnd the table to con
I , i - , . , m r .1
me morrows ieson. 10 niaiiy oi mem tiuiiais dojca iltabotueis) of your VeeeUne since
the tasksassiffned seem drearv and hoDeless- April it. itfto, and eau truly say that It has glwa the
. . . K , . oreary a uu nopeies, ut Mtlyasuon ot ay remedy forxhe complaints
definitions are bard to remember ; the geo-. lorwhKhttlaroooamendaa that leer Bold. Hcarcc-
graphy les.son is difficult to comprehend and intSKerrtalhSeiven thcSmJads?Ui
Won't stav niedlnthn mind; hhtert- U !PW.WtS.W..!
joying, nnd their life promised, at best, but uu atl(j dead, arithmetic a hopeleMjUngla. V- Ver'repPWUu"?'"Vnv1M
,i tin I n In r mnnntftnv- I .,ril .... 1 ... 1: .1 I . ... . - - -
, . j- u, liuuiia. UUU KlHUlUiUI U1U1U WUIIUIC lUUU 1 ,1U U. JU fJSl.
Finally, when in the year 1829 an Amen- any possible conundrum. 'Ihe li'tle tolk
can vessel, commanded by Captain Coffin, need help ; tbey need pheer and enconrager
arrived at liangkok, such otters were made ment, and who should bo so ready, ho vill
as induced the pareuts to part with their ling, so ablo to give it as the parent?
tn1n kma 'lf,i a fer rpnn " nn.l hafnrA ll.ni- I 'KvPIl If thft narfMlt'n PillllVlttntl 14 ImnprfuCt
...... .. .... , .. .-rr..., .
had time to change their minds the vessel he will bring to the comprehenaioa of the V egULUio la suu uy Udl uruggiHUJ.
had sailed for Europe and the United States, lesson in hand a wider range' of knowledge
and a broader manner of looking at things
than the child can do, and thus greatly aid
in the clear comprehension of the lesson to
Prepared liy H. R. Stevens, Boston, Mass.
I met Mr. Hunter frequently during my
stay in Slam, and from him learned of his
finding and sending oil the twins. He said
they wero quiet, woll-behaved boys, who
gave no trouble during the voyage, nor ever
seemed sorry that they had set out on so
long a journey.
The "Siamese Twin," as we call them,
were not Siamese, after all, but the sons of
a Chinese father, who spoke the Tai-Chm
dialect, and a mother, one of whoe parents
was Chinese, nnd the other Siamese, no in
regard to parentage, Chaug and Kng were
really three-fourths Chinese, and only one-
fourth Siamese. We always heard them
apoken of, in Uangkok, as the "Cltinrtt
twlus," even by their pareuts, who never
seemed to remember either the boys' birth
place, or their mother's nationality. The
twius always wore the Chinese dress, and
had their hair braided in the Chinese fash
ion, as do always the male children of Chi
nese fathers, live where they may, Chang
and Kng had also begun to study the Chinese
language before leaving the home of their
parents, i, e , the written language ; but
being borujn Siarn they spoke the Siamese
moretlucully than they did Chinese. Their
mother's lauguage was also the one they re-
tained longest; for after my return I saw
the twin, when tbey had been more than
thirty years away from their native home,
and they could still understand much that I
aald to them In Siamese, but every word of
Chinese was forgotten.
Iho parents of Chnng and Eng were
lienithy, well-informed intelligent people,
belonging to the laboring class ; seemingly
good-natured and afiVetio'-ate to each other
and toward their children, of whom there
wero nine, living at tho time of my vi-lt
The mother, a fair, comely, gentle-spoken
woman, nearly overwhelmed me with ca
resses when I told her of her long-abient
"boys," and ran eagerly to call her husband,
that he might participate in the joy of look
ing at and listening to one who had so re
rentW seen their children, blie tola us a
Story of a book Agent
A book agent recently met with a serious I
accident in the suburbs of LaCrosse. He
was walking along' the railroad when a
freight train came along. The unfortunate!
man was struck by tbo engine and knock
ed directly across theJrack, Btime fifty-three
cars passing over him. He was then turn
bled down a bank 8Q0 feet high, over stones
and stump, and just as be got to the
edge of the river he struck against a pile-
driver thut wa at work, and, bis head lying
on the top of the pile for a minute or two
the ponderous hammer descended, striking
him on the cheek, bruising bis' face some
what. Tho shock rolled him into the river
just as ail upriyer-packe't vja's .passing, and
by some mishap tho unfortunate man was
entangled in one of the wheels, and whirled
round and round for an hour aud a half be
fore he was discovered and released. lie I
was picked up nearly seuseless aud removed
to the cabin, where his wants were supplied.
After he had eaten a hearty meal he 'was
approached by tho captain, who asked :
Is there anything you would like to
"So, no," replied tho canvasser, "there is I
nothing but this "
"What I whatl" ejaculated the'eaptniu,
"what is il?"
The book agent smllcJ sweetly as he pro-
luced a subscription .list ami. said :
"Subscribe, for that beautiful book enti
tled "The Poisoned Gum Drop ; or, the
Candy Woman's Revenge,1 by the author of
'Jones, tho liuttou-Hole Maker,'"
Little by Little. 1
If you are gaining little by little, every
day, b oontcut, Are your expeuses less
1'or Diseases cf the
Throat anil Lungs,
such as Couitha, Colds,
in. blie told us a ,i..,t ' ,. ....
a. .1-1 l,nllf tl. I.M.l f n I ' "1 " I !-
1 UC, VOll are CatHtnntlv nnciimiilntlii utifl
?Eif and Consumption.
tlw murvellou rtnee it Uah iruirel Uuimg the
last hall' centuiy.ia ft uillci'Ut il! uranrc to the
'public fhctitwiU vonlinue tu realke tbe happieot
results Hint can bfMkMml. In alraoit every
Mctiou of cotmUy tltcrti arc pereons, publicly
known,vho have U i u i cstnrcil tt oin ftlftrmlng nrnl
desperate dUeu&c& of the luugs, by lu tub.
All who have trict It.atknou Iedi?e its superiority ;
and where lt vii tuee tire know n, no one hesitates
as to m hat inoiiiciiw to rtnptoy t ) i i lleve tlie tllrj.
tress ftnl fturterfni; perullfir tu puVmomry aflto
tions. fUHiiuv l'r;T(nuu Ahvuys sfforiU Id
stant lelUT, aod po forms rnpM ciltcs ot tbe
mildor varieties of bi ouchh) tli order, &a ell as
tbe.mnre forpiidable dtf e.tf of InngB.
As iearecttrd totlilWroii.aiaikUbciUstres-
dKvaieiTbin Ui-icl the '1 trout nnd Chvu of
ChibUiond, it la iiivrdu.nble i l'oi.b) lu timely iit-e,
tnnltitudes uere'ued mid rftoied to health.
ThU nietlicine unlns filtiiiU ,it every tilul, as"
the rnrp it in eonilantly prudish) nro u) ie
tuai.ible to be forolluii. No family ihuull be
Milhout il, and Hjo-c who have iuhoiuhI It
Kiulnent rhyski.ini throughout the country
preecribtt ittnud "Jerjfymi urttfii rctomiuf ud il
fiotu tUh- knowledge of ill euVott.
Or. J. C. AVER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Wuftlcal ftuil AnHlyllcsl GlieniUU,
boU) 11 v au. iinutic.isw j-'.viaivwiiwtK.
Oct. la, lSTMjr
and Kng, and was Just ns eajrer to hear all
that I could tell her of their later years.
She said these twin boys were smaller at
their birth than any of her other children,
and were rather puny until nearly a vear
old, Kng, (specially, who was never quite us
largo as bin brother. As the years went by,
Chang, besides being larger, was stronger
and brighter than his twin brother, always
taking the lead In everything, and seemed
rather inclined to lord It over his "uoumj
nut ' ilittlo brother), hs be called hlni, Kng,
on the contrary, was very gentle and anila,
bio, proud of tho go-ahead qualities of his
associate, nnd ordinarily quite willing to be
governed and guided by him. So for the
most part the boys were very loving and
kind to each other, but occasionally they
would full out like other play.iuates, aud
tlicoe closest ot Iricims would becouio so an
gry as to call each other very harsh names,
Jlut the mother said she had never known
growing richer and richer every day? 1J&J
content; so l.ir us concerns money, you arc
Are you getting knowledge every day?
Though it be little by little-, the airirreiratc
01 me accumulation, where uo day U per-
milieu to pass wituoui nnuing Hwnetbin" to
the stock, will bo .surprising to yourself.
Solomon, ilnl not become the wisest man
lu the world lu a minute, l.lilla by little
never omitting to learu something even I
for J. single day always studying a little
between the tlmo of rising up in the morn
ing and laying down at night; this is the
way to accumulate a full store-house of I
Unally, are you dally Improving lu
character? Ho not discouraged because it It I
little by little. 1 he beet men fall far short
of what they themselves wish to be. It is I
sometliiug, it is much, if you keep good res
Itlr i -irlkft il,nilwr, n,l r., r.t oiuuou ueuer to nay man you uiu yester-
' ' ' -v "UU UI , il . I. l 1. ... I .ll ,1.1.
their childish quarrels, that both seemed uu'' mM' "er lu"
' ' i .... ...i. .11 !..,. Ul.I.
heahi vsorrv for. thev a wav. iiihiIa ii fl. "" y" "' m"r, emu wi per-
Iv. nnd seemed for a louirtlmetbH.no.!. P00'- uulu0 UW01119 uowuuearte.1 so
fectlouato than over. long as you aie approaching nearer and
., . .... nearer to iiieiiign nam aru at which you
When tlm llOV Wrn born Ilia 1 Um.iiM . ...vmj.
that united them K&t sn sllfirt flu in rj.tnnal I
.. . : ,. ,Ut. r.
the little ones always to lie face to face;-and " " iwnuuiuieu;
' I 1tlst I... tlt1A 1. .. ...1 . . I. . t 1 . If.ll
when they became tired of laying on one "u"":"Ke " gunien ; nine
Hldelhey bad to be taken entirely up out of u' ""' cuarBC'er ami lepmaiion area
Jed and turned over, lkit iu they grew and
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Beat Quality of Paint Brushes at low prices.
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aend for sample card and price list with testlmon.
HENRY S. HEAT;
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
TXTM. F. BODINE, Iron Street below scc
f V ond, uioomBburg, Pa., is prepared to do al
PAPER HANG NO
In tbe best styles, at loweatTprlcea, and at abort
Vartles barlDEr such work to da will save moncT
aiang on me.
All work warranted to irtve ftatlsfactlon. Orders
Marcr. si, l-ly.
WM. F. BODINE.
ALBRECHT & CO.
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
. . . . 4aliRI ill ll mm BBS
B rv-Aa Mi,,.".
RAIL' ROAD TIME TABLES
plllLADEf.l'llA AND ItKADINO ltOAD
July 12, 1S7C.
BLCOMSBURG STATE NORM At SCHOOL
SIXTH NORMAL SCHOOL DISTU1CV
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
trains t.nrri nrri:iiT s rntinws fFrKpiTrxtriit
I'or New York, I'lillndeli Ma. I.toHIiik, mtn' (
rainaqno, c., tl,Ps n.m
Till Calllllli.u. II,BK ti. in. rmrt , t
for Vlllliusiiort,c,!Sti,M ti. in.mnis c
TIIAINS10H HVrKHT IVAVt AS l(lll(ll.,,nlM,A k
lare New Vork, t,4i a. in.
tcaro I'lillarlelpliln, 0,1.', n. m.
Leaio lleadlnsf, 11,3 n. in., Pottsvllle, 12,1(1 p. m
and Tainaqua, 1,S0 p. in.
Leave Cutis Issi), 0,so.6,56 n.m. and ,m p. m.
Leave iviliiainspon lis n.m.lJ.im m. andr.,oo p. m
Pnsn njera n r (1 fiom New York and l'Lllaile
phla iro throujr i Itlioiit change of cars.
.1. C. WflOTTUN,
C. , HANCOCK. "CnCrnl
Uencr.il llckit cent.
Jan. li i lii-u.
T. L. G-RISWOLDA. M,M,D
lNutloa aealtbf ul. and eas;; ofaecj TtarMMekneWncM ' :. . - V
Cuurioa of otudy prescribed by tho htatet ,
I Moil 1 Scl.ool. II. Preparatory. III. Ulemeul;y.J IV, Clalcal.
A..l.in.tf,m,i I Aoi(tHnin..i'tV.;o-,nP.,ial. ill. Coars In MihIb. IV. Course In Art. V. Conr-e In Pl.ys.cal Culture.
l-i i-li jnft',',1
t he B- menunr UW" Clas-.l-al Cjdntej.an. . Ht W WWW . nnd ?Wton tjrix y inin. SrlideatM 31
r.lu.t.cnLs: iin?urr i viuuvtb .imsuwa v
intMtniruiHciiiiQ iionr.nn i rtiHit'i-?.
MMWffi TOJStf&ffiSfX aid 'Sentine and c1s.cour,...af.rtM
Tiw -tnl- renulieia Weber orrt-r of cltlzemhlp. TiiBtlmm ilemand It. it is ono oi m ir. "J-- ",V n ,1
fflMSS's! JTZSaJS 7J& .t 'ni. W lid 11 "M
:.Ualoui-,atlilri'H Ihe Prlin-lp.il.
HON. WII.MA.H lil.Wlit.I.,
Bept. 8, .s.-iy
l'rr.lilcui llourtt t' Triipe
mnrme tlivlr .time
leaMnv school, l-oi
cm.. ,t. i. riii:i:.i:. si-rntiuj.
WHOLESALE DR UG EMPORIUM .
Corner Main and Market Street
BLOOMSBURG, P A.
The undersigned having been engaged in the
business for tbe past eight years would call the attention of country
dealers to their large and varied stock.
They defy competition by any house in or out of tlie large cities.
Their stock consists of Paints, Oils,
Glass, Putty, F atcnt Medicines, Spices,
BR O "W E S BLOCK.
Where may bo found a largo stock of Surgical Instruments,
Sponges, Chamois, Colognes, Perfumery and in fact everything kept
in a well regulated retail Drug Store.
They are also Sole Manufacturers of the celebrate
OIL OF GLADNESS.
CALL AND KXAMINK OUlt MOCK.
May 19, It-tf.
BLOOMSB U .B.O
On nnd nflcr Xovemlicr seth. 1S73, trains will ?at,.
Urle .Mull S..-U . . inn-1 l.'lnilru 1 1 Mi o
" i'uni.ii(U,ls,"i:i . :,. ; , , ,.i
llochener t.ia "
Niagara n 40 11
llenovo accoinniodalkull.ioc. 111. niilu- Vii iiiu
Illmlro Mall 4.H1 a. 111., arrlni Klralra lo.m u, u.
HUlIuloi:.iirss8;.lJ.n. lu. anlie lluffiiluH.!ii... 1
uunalo Ilxprcss . a. in. nrrlie 1 larilsMirir am 11. n.
" llalllmuu- s.ia "
Llmlra Mall 11.15 a.m., nnlie llutilslii.ri.- Uu 1
' wnili'iiniui. 'iu 1
' lilllllll UIU I.. ' i
" Wu. liliiiii.ii r "
iliirrtsiiuriiteoiuniuUntloii s.411 p. 111. uiuu 1 tin
bun; lu.su p. in.
nl 1 Ivl- ltaIULiK.i t 'tat a. m
' Washington a.m "
Cile Mall 12. M a. in. arrlie llaril.-liuri;aiau. m.
" Ualllmoiu s.40
" Washington 10.t& 11
All dally except Sunday.
D. 31. 110Y1', Jr., Ocncral rasscngcr Agon
A. J. CASSATT, Ocncral Jtacane
T..L. GUNTON, Proprietor,
MAIN 8TKEET, flF.LOW MAHKKT.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in all Hmh 0
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WOEKS
Wo use thQ beat AMKHICAN and ITA r IAN Marble,
ne has on hiui't and furnishes to onW
URX.S, VASES, Ac.
Every variety ot Marblo euttlns neatly exreuted At
tho lowest market prices.
A loin? jimetleal experience and personal attention
to iMiilnoss unkes tho proprietor conndent or jjlvlns
satisfaction. All onleis by mall promptly attended
to. I1, o. box sui.
JffirA'. H. 11 or: Jcliitml free of fAnrc"TQa
Aug. 21, 'tl-ly. V. I GVNTON, I'roprlelor.
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
riiiluueliiliia & Ki ic II. II. bi Moil.
WINTEIi TIME TAliLE.
ON ami after SUNDAY, NOV. 2G, 1870
thu trains on the 1'hll.idclphla ii lirlollall
liuail Lin Mon lll run as furious:
EHIl! MAIL leaves Ni-nr Vork
" " " I hlladi-lphlj
" " " Iialllinou-
' ' " Wlllliimspurt
I.ULU IIIIVUQ ,
.. 8.S5 p. lu
..11. 6 p. Ill
. 4.W 11. M
8.3.1 a. m
0.40 a. in
Then Buy MILLER BROS.'
and save one-third the cost of "tTT'K,'f T"1 AT 1) 4 rXTfll palntluir, and get a paint that
13 muen handsomer ana will xjll Jumi J1. It I, Vl.l 1 lasttnlcoa-longasany mnor
paint. Is prepared ready for use In white ir any color dt-siredV laouioany thousandaotthettnustuuildnigH
In the country, manv of which have beeL nalnted six years, and now look as well as v. hen llrst Dalnted.
This ClIKMIUAL I'AINT has talfen First rrcmlums at twenty of the Slate Fairs of the Union. Kamplo card
colors sent free. . Adoresa M 1 LI. Kit llHOh, Hj Water street, Cleveland, Ohio.
Y. KNAMKL PAINT CO,, i;a.rrlbcektreet,N. V. Mayln, '16 ly.
Then Buy N. Y. ENAMEL FAINT CO.'S
and save one-third the cost of nil lll f in i t 1111 T-vrri1 vuilntlm?. and iret a DaLut that
la mucn handHomer and win JX1 IJIUIVJAU J AJll J . labt twice aa long aa any otnr
paint. Is prepared ready tor use In white oronv color desired. Is on many thousands ot the Boost buildings
m country, niauy ox v.nico uaie Deen pain'ea sixeuri., una now iook as vteuoa wnennrst pjuiieu.
a CHEMICAL FaINT has taken Flrtt Fremluma at twenty of the Btate Fairs ot the Union. Sample card
iors acni. rrec. Addresa N. T. KNAMKL paist uu., lid 1'rlnco btreel, M. v., or iiiuuu
its water atroet, Cleveland, Ohio. May ly.
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
Dealer in Law Blanks, Sunday School Libraries, Depositary of the
Pennsylvania Bible Society,
WINDOW 0UBTA1NS, WALL PAPEE, PICTURE FRAMES, REWARD CARDS.
Books and supplies not on hand can be furnished
On Sho?-t Notice ai the Most Reasonable Rates.
Store in Exchange Hotel Building, Bloomsburg, Pa.
The AmriECiiT & Co. FiAKoa are
first-clans in every rasped, being con
bitlered tha leading Philadelphia,
make by mubiciann and competent
judges., Through their extensive
liiciliticS, '!Mt3BH3. Albhecht & Co.
ure enabled, to turn out instruments
tlutt nro not nurpatitiod anywhere, and
Ftill sell them at prices within the
reach of all. No Piano is permitted
to leave their factory 'unlcss'Va'tisfac
tory to tho most minute particular,
hence their guarantee of five years
is - a thing of value. AH late im
provements of importance are found
in these instruments.
Messrs. Albkecht Ji Co. have re
reived tbe most Haltering Testimo
nials frora.L. M. Goneaui-k, Fbjuiz.
Abt.Oustavk Sattek, J.F. Himmelb
lucii, William Wolbieiter and
many other eminent artists, besides
' being abld Id refer to thousands of
private purchascrH, schools, semi
naries, societies and teachers.
Pianos conscientiously belected per
orders by mail, carefully packed and
chipped eafcly to any partoftheworld.
air Far further particulars as to
references, prices aud terms, address,
ALBRECHT & CO.
610 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
TERMS! Actual travelling, boardlae-. and Ulrfr
ezpeum-a; die dolluni a hebHlcn, tur takUii; tbe report;
tulltu ccuu a lollo, ( liuiidred wcrdii, ) for writing
mil Inm if.ttt'.hiintl.
aeru lua luuiur rfivru'u iu uuc uuj n,uia ur
u nvtMiouar itrti viui im reiimt-
fYru..l4 nrrv fnllnM. llu. rivtwlollar ftw
rd, aud Itw IraaBcrlbtDg unE-liand cliarvwl si
HlU'tui.'iiUiuloUo;ljul, , all aucb lusfa, U fewer
taaa titty fullua are uurvliaaed, tlie Ore dullani wilt
AddrlhU. . N.
AT TUB COLUMBIAN OFFICE,
Walker. A.M.. Court4teno.
rapLer, lllooioburif, Culuuitila county, feakaylvit
ula. Ituililence. Iron kUutl, Uivtica Third and
vntii 1 h.
f imp Wlib K. K. cirvls. Ewi. .ColumMan-bulld-
loir; eutrance.opiKiblte tbe eabt iraU) to.Uie court-
UUIbe 1I1IU, lull uvur, umv uvui wiikuii
omce-bour, rroai.t welve to one oVlock.
reb is, 187-Iy
OF EVERY DE8RIPTI0N
At tuk Qolvhuux Omo
Important to Lawyers.
Justices ot ttic Iv.wo, ConstuWes, llxcciitors. Arl
mlnisii'aUjrs, (luardUD, Tuvrmlilp omcerK, 11ml busl
nefw men generally.
Wo liavo nn liaiul a larsro asanrtnient of lesul
UankH lor the use of Attorneys, .lusllccsauil Con
slabWs blanks of nil kinds, Note ami lieeclpt books
lor AuinuiLsiraiura tc.
1' 11 1 u 1. 1. 1 1 .
ATTOllN IIYS ULAN KS.
Iireelrw for Huiamons.
" Kl. Fa.
" " Halo to take Depositions.
1 cliooso Aiuitruturs.
1 cents apiece, or 1 1.75 per hundred.
Petition for Appointment of fluardlan.
riulc to tako Depositions.
Narr In Debt, with L'onlesalon,
4 cents cneli or W.r,o per hundred,
rclltlonfor sale of Ileal Kat.Ho a cents cadi.
.il'stick's nr. vnks.
fiubpecno-s, Summons, Wanants, Kxecutlonb,lM fo
so ceuus euvii.
Leaea . C cents each
llltio Deeds 111
lai-ehruent lieeih la " "
Airnieinents ti "
ilrphanM court Sales - IU for $1 Co
Conslablo'a halen a cents each
Mortirairo and Itoud VI '
All kinds ot Notts - I ' '
llecetpts, Notes, Hcliool Orders, Poor Orders, Rtoro
Orders, neatly liounil, cdustuntly on baud, or made
to order on shot t notice.
Wearo prepared to do neater Job work than any
other omce tu this county.
HUOCKWAV & KI.WEI.I.,
Kdltors ond Vroprletors
of tho COLI'MDIAK,
" " " llenoo ll.uo a. m
" " nrr. at Lrle ;.3 p m
IiIaoaha EjraEW ionics I'hlladelphla. .20a. ni
" " ' llarrlsburp. . .lO.roa. la
' " nrr. al u iuiainpoit li.a p. m
" " " Loci: uaen... S.23 p. m
" " 1 Ueiiovo 4 4 p. hi
" ii Kune D.liu p. in
" " ilullalo
l'AHV LISU leaies New York R.23a. m
" " 1 lillailclphla liaaa. in
' ' ' Iialiliiiuru ll.S3u.iu
" " " llorrlsburg. . Ml p.m
' " nrr. at Wllllamsport t.i p. 111
" " Lock li.iven.
" 14 Wllllaiusport.
" " arr. atllauNbuiif. ..
i- ' ' I'biludelphla..
" ' New York
" " M'aihlnglon....,
Illlli: MAIL leaies Kile ,
" Ixiek Haven ,
' ' arr. at llinlsbuig
44 44 44 lWiltltnoiu
44 44 44 Nlw York
l'AST LINK leaves Wllllamsport
44 air. at llanhbuiir ,
44 44 44 li.iltlmorii
... fi.00 a. m
. .11 .lu n 111
II. 0 a. m
.At 40 p. in
.... 4.10 p m
... J.V'I p. m
...la i.s p. kl
.. 7.S.1 1. in
... 0.07 u. in
..11.20 a, m
. s.aa p. 111
. 9.4a p. ni
.. 2.45 a. m
.... 7.45 a m
. . T.eii n. ni
. ..'0.15 u. m
...,12.35 a. 111
.... 4 u a. m
, 7.45 u in
, 7.35 a. in
Oct. s. 1815
HARMAN & HASSERT, Proprietors;
r.ant Ktrcel, Soutb Hide of IL. ti t , llailriuid llliioiiiNliurg', I'a
lebreetfully call tho attention of the public to ILe fullowliiif Malemonlst 'ihq;
HON unit ItHAMS t'ANTl.Mis. 'Hiey loako Ihe CUUiiiled Oiljlnal an
TvTi-nsriTiUCDS i plow IS. Jisouii xinua 01 jiepuirs, mien us wan
001 la, uuuuiea, a.-, i j mu uu.u
HEATING AND COOK STOVES
' 44 44 NewYuil: 10.23 a. m
Erie Mall West Niagara Il-spress West.Lock Iliven
Accom. West and Day liNprtt-s Last m.ika close con
nei.tlon ul NoithmnlK.iuud 1lll1 u a: U. It. Ii. trains
rur llkift.ltairoaiid m raiilon.
Krlo Mall U'tst, Muirara i:iuess West, J:ili
IlApie&b Wil and Luik llaxen Accommodation
Went make tluso cuiiiiecllcu at Wlllhunitri Mllli
N. u. 11. V. tlulUS 1101 111.
1:1 10 Mull V est, Muiri ra i:pn ia West, and Day
llxpivss Lust make iloe connecllon al Lock llaicn
Willi II. 11. V. II. H. Ilulns.
I'.ilo Mull Last and "Aest conn.t at Trio with
trains 011 L. s.,4; .M. H li. It. at tony wlih 11. t. & a.
V. 11 It. at Emporium wlih n. N.Y. J; l4. 1:. 11. and nt
Drirtuood with A v, 1;. u.
1'uilor Curs Mill 11111 between I'lilladelpbla and
Wllllamsport on Niagara Kxpiess. Wist, Erie hi.
pros nst, I'hll.uKli 1,1a i:xiess linst Hay
Kxrrif-sEast ULd i-unuuj Eipiess Lait. bleeping
curs 011 all night trains.
WM. A. BALDWIN,
Dec. 17,'75 tt General hupl.
'her manufacture nil kind 3 of
I 11UUIUS I'OIU'. JlUClsl.XS
and aro prepared to furnish alt kinds of repairs, mich us mules, Hre Hjlck, Ax1., )iol.i)al and rt (all. They
make lue luiliruveu i oiii-mhtiiik lirnie itir me i 111. I'emi ..itr, 1110 inosi economical iiraio w uhe.
Bii.M-iiM,!. rvii.i.vs,a;c. iney
Thev nro ulsuDrfDared to furnish HAW ANDU1I1ST MILL MAV1UNKUY
pay ppeclal attention to the
Repairing of Threshing Machines, Reapers, &c.
Tha proprietors belDg practical mechanics, havlnt'liad an ex'cilence of oier thirty years, tho publlfcafc
rely1 upon having all work entrusted 10 inem done 111 uie liesi tianutrandut Fair prices.
Arch Stroot. between 7tl) and 8th Sts.,
iiKia fiaHiiifo iue nose oi uie uliuuiou ine i l,iouu uus u, iu ieiuiuicii uuu iniv,eu. pariora re
furnished, new t ai l if, Ac. Tha houte'ln all llaappolntmints Is unsurrasted lor 'tcir.tctt : the culinary
leavored to extend the same comfoila to its patrons as It had pieMouth ; In thla i articular It stood
aloiiO,. ,, . . .. ... . ...
sir. u, w, Muwniiasaesocwicn-wmi nimuiatcu, i.eo. i .uuiiiu, una tunarui. ucan, or r i, wayne,
Ilid., under Uie lliiu name cf tl. W. Mullln (In.
TLanklngjou for past patronage and ho lug to extend the hospitalities of the H. Cloud v lib. the aamo
W3.IM1 l5Kll I)AV.
Ju.sil. D. liAKKH, ltoom Clerk.
J. T. SK1LK8, Cashier.
G. W. jNIULIJN&CO
THo u&derelgaed ulll fceU at prUaU sale
a vai;uablk farm,
tltuaU'J la Ft&blnffrrelt towabJp,C'olumbta county
bounded by lands of John Kantz. 8amoel Kboue, Jo
fcrb ColeiiiaA'd htlrs, Cbai let. AU, Uanlel K wan and
WlULuia lluliije, contalnlDg about
of which about 115 acres art cleared, ou which la
A GOOD FRAME 1IOUSK,
XHAMB 11AIIN, and all necessary oulbulldlsgs.
There Is also
A GOOD ORCHARD,
on ton premises
Terms will be made Vcown by catling oa the un-
aerugnva, ur By aaareaaing uira at Him water, fa.
MATH I AH KLINE.
0-- T. O?.,
Wonderful Adventures of a 'Pullman,
Rev, K. E. Hale4a great story l)i
TBS CBRJgXXASr WIOTt,
Itev, II, W, Iieechcr and Lyman Abbott;, Edltois.
and Abbott's Sunday-school Lessons cvy week.
AU the but Qontributon in the country.
V3.0Q per year. To clergymen, US.AO. Tbrer
nonlks 9U Irlul, 75 rents. Ajfenta wanUM. Hend
htump for sample copy, Addresa IIOIIATIUV', Kl.NU,
rublltlier, -n 1'arlt l'lac, ew Vork.
Is not easily earned to turn) times but It
can b$ made in three- months by anyone
Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Skin,
Heautifiks the CoMrlENiox, Prevents
and Remedies Rheumatism and (Shut,
Heals Sokes and Abrasions or thu
Cuticle anu. Cou.NTKRAcrs Cumagion.
This .Standard External KemeJy for Eruii
tions. Sores and Injuries, of the SUn, not only
KEMOVES'rRQM THE COMPLEXION ALL llLEM
HUES arisinp from local Impurities of the
blood and. obstrnction of the iwres, but also
those produced by the sun and ind, sw.li as
Ian and freckles. It lenders the cuticlb
MAfeVELOUSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH and I'l IANT,
and being a wholesome BEAUT1F1KK U far
preferable to any cosmelic.
Allthe remedial auvantaoes ofSuu
HlUK llrns are insured uv j in: use or
Olenn'H .Sulphur Setup, which in addi.
tion to its purifjiiiK eflccts, remedies and I'RE-vrNT-i
Hheumatism ami Guiit.
It also UlfclNFF.t.TS CIOTHINO and linen
and, PREVENTS UlSEASM CUHMll.MCATLll liV
CONTACT With the 1'fcRSON.
It ihssolvis Daniiruff, presenu bald
ness, and retards' (jrayness of the hair.
Physicians sjwalc of It in high term?.
Prices 25 and 50 Cents per Sake: per
Box (3 Cakes), 60c. and $1.20.
N. U. The ccot cjltc arc triple the kLc of iSo &4
"'UIITS HAIR AMI WHISKI'lt UVK,"
Illack or llnmu, 30 Cents.
C. S. CUinaWOX, IWr, 7 Sixth Av5.Y.
DELAWAltK, LACKAWANNA AND
Tline-Tnble ;o. l, Takes effect at 4:30 A. M
JIUNUAY, NOVL.'IDlJi: SH 1sT5.
S OTi II IiS
a iu s si
7 tJl 3 40
I 41! a 42
; iii a si
7 S3 a li'J
7 21 3 ST
7 3 SJ
7 iii ;i iu
i i.s 3 n
7 15 3 17
, A, IIGRRlKd
T) ESl'EOTFOLLY announces to the public
told8tandl IlloomsburL-. Pa., alihe
forksofthe Kspy and Ueht hired
ruadn, where all descriptions tit
leather Mill hn mailH In llui nvu.t
mibstnutlal and workmanliLe manner, and sold at
prices to suit the tliues. Tho highest pilculncaah
mil UI nil nines ot ikiiu mr
(1 R K K N HIDES
of every deacrlptlon In the country. The public pat
liloomsburK, Oct, I, ran.
of elthersex, In any pario tho country
tntr to work steadily at the eioptcymcut
rnfsh. 144 per week Ui jour ova town.
can Hire ) our bol time to tha work, or onr
,o la wl
that we furnish.
ion neea not oe away irom uome' urer nigoa you
i tune to me work, or onv your
iipare momenta. It costs nothing fo try tut buav.
neMi. irrwasnu tjvuiuwiru. Auumm ub4jw.v,
II. IIilutt 4t Co., f ortiaad, Kalsc
ytb.U II Ijr.
PUACTICil, 1'IAXO 91.ilf.CR,
VVAXK AMI ItlllMIIlKlt.
tir rr CLASii riANoa and oiioaks rou sale.
BBC UNO HANp 1'IAKOS TAKEN IN KlL'HANQli
I 4 'i
2 i G
"m. a.m. nm. n.m
a 4" Kcianton y vii a i5
U 43 !Sl-l!eU0 1) 4S li K5 ti 3u
') ' Tailonlll".,. iu a ai i, ss
U31 . .l.acKanunm lo hi s 33 o 4.1
9 SS I'lttbton Iiuco '1 4a 0 Ji
u Ul .. eM,l'ittston...ilo 11 ill 0 15
air,,... Wioiums. il" ia a m 7 m
11! Jlaltb 1 111 ss) 3 U4 7 In!
i tlenm-lt !10 n 3 li 7 11
ti Oil Kingston Iln i7 3 10 7 16
a 4 Kingston ,10 tt 3 17 7 K5
a ta ..rij mouth June., lu cj 3 i 7:5
s r,c ....Vljmouth .... S3 321 740
tl AMiUliulO 110 40 3 II 7 41
S ii Nautlcoko W 41 3 37 7 M
a 4r,lliir.loil;'s leeH.loM 34.1 sis
b aoi. ..MilcLshlnny..... Ill .a 4 ui its
h l!'!....lllel;'ti l'ciry,., 11 17 4 15 s 45
b I4....r.eaclillau'ii. 11 vj 4 il s to
s u-.j i.umieu 1
h 2 lirlar rnel: 1
7 t. ..IWUowdiove....
7 M' I.I1110 Uldgv I
7 401 Lspy 1
7 4" . .lllooillsburg I
7 80 liuvrl
7 3D cat.iv.lsui liridi-e.
7 sal . .cTai fa Kwltcli..,'
7 11, nam Ills
7 04 ('hulas y. ...
7 0 t'ttmeion
13 10 a mi
12 Ki 0 SS 8 25
12 02 6 47 8 411
12 3d 5 t,i a 47
12 SI OH II b
p.m. p.m. n.m.
. . i. 1. iiai.3U';aii. nupi,
Fupeiintcndcnt'a Omen, Scranton, Dec. 10, is)5.
iiavi: 01m NAitn htampld on Tim i-ottom
EVERY PAIR WARRANTED.
NONE OENUINi: WITHOUT
Our Gooi'o can bo had in every
town in the County.
bept. 8a, ta-om.
K. DAY'J'ON, & CO.
N.E. corner eoua ana ArohBtreois.
rSAB, SYltUI'lS, COFlKE, BUOAIt, MOLAci
KICK. firiCKd. HiiluH un. n
Itr-OrUera will receive prompt