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(OonctuJcd front laljiagi.)
.iJlilWom'nnwenJ .that ho mljdit linvo,M
" lilm ilnt ami swum on liiiuK-lf, r.ll tliArnbtv
rrully fnr Ills fr.enilVwftrl, in hen new
.-'-.KUarJIiitU-lWector, nml hero Utlifl, h
son mill eomolnlloti to tlia old man. Unit
j (ny "oni MigcMlAl 'Mich a course to
i him ho would have been for knocking liim
ilown ai u sort of "mueiiliirly Christian"
VJS'rilnnoFilin. tcxK 'itiriFiy wvant a dog
that bo should do this thing 7" No, it wus
inevitable. KtlicV oivnnnriN, "who that
w-i worth itnylhiny would IhlnV of himself!"
would have boon a confirmation of his pur
pose had any been needed. None wa,
however J and yet and yct-Ohl Clod, it
was very hard I
"MydarlliiRl Jly d.ullna !" ho kept say
ing to lilrin If, as lie sat with his face hid
den in the fulded arms gu.the table, "Mv
beautiful, lair innocent d.irl'msl O'i I
Heaven", how I have loved you I and I l"
llevo you knew It. TliHt look in your pir.
Dr. Schenck'a Standard
th? standard romodlas for all diseases ot tUs hi OCT
arc Sihenck's rulmonlo tsyrap, Dohonck's sea Weed
iCncK fl .MtHurAKO 1 Ills, duo il wuru
An AiscniMyman's Story.
III. IIUI.KI-IIHI UI1U. 1 .V t.W ,,.,.,-
hear the trick frank SplnoU's wonderful before tnelutta are dwtrojsd, o spoe.ly cuie is er
bhirt collar nerved him thlniij; tho wnrr in tbeso throo ini1lclnr lr. .1. It. Ncaraclc, ot
Inquired one of tV New Yolk Ambljr. onSrJiiSSJ ,UC lt
men to a fellow member from up country, .iSJJIS:
yesterday niorninc Tho parly addriSJCd rHtlon.iurwhcntiiopniezraormiitterlsripoiinHtfiit
, ,, , , , , ..' , , , ., cough wlllllirow It on, the patient tins rest and the
s.ilil ho liacl never hoard the trick, so tlio lunits bcRin to heal.
t.il.nr ivn,,i tllltn.. 1 1 , ,.l. 1 1 ii, ., 'I o cnauio l h rulinonlo Syrup to do thU, schenck'a
other went on, Killing ttmowliilo the ayes Miuidrnko Pius and wchcncfo tc wood Tonio must
ami nne were lip'np railed- ho freely ucd to elfins tho stomach nod liver,
mm linen w crc ne.ng caneu . whi-nrk's Mundrnka pun act on tlw liver, rei ortui
''Well, you sec, at the beginning of the all nbitrueilons relax tho gall bladiter,the bile Mart
war Frank, who was full of arlt. determined M-ii.'inck-i, s,n went Ti.nin u n irontlo Mlmiilanl
anilHlUTlll VO HIP HIKtlll Ul IVillCII lb lltUUlVU
initnn wild ihu food niul Drt!ent aourinir. It ns-ilsts
who wanted to bo i.flleera cmlUX iln o as fur the dlgi-stlon by tonlujr up the ttmnach to a healthy
wuo naiueu m uo i.iiicera cUKi tin so, a Hir con41ln SJ mat tlio food aod the I'uluionlc syrup
hl'H, ho pronoseil to fight it out aniline the win in ike Rood bloods tun tho lunn h-nl, and th
. , , ,, . , ,11. ratl'nt win surely get well It caro U taken to pre-
privatM. Acccinlingly, lie applied to a rc- vent freih cold.
fruiting ollicrr who tnM him If ho could
pass the rrqiiiitto medical examination he
would ho delighted to have him in his com
pmy, Frank romcinus of his magnificent
ah wiin wimi to rnnmit lir. Hchenek. either rer-
soutlly or by letter, can do so at Ills prlDClpul onice,
conii-r o M.xth and Arch BtrceH.rulhidi'iphU, every
Hchenek a medicines are fold by all drusrulsts
tbronifliont the country.
jmimi k April,
physique, laughed confidently and lost no
time in Retting into the doctor's presence,
tweet laco 1 believe you iliil ; anil i' I and telling him what he wanted. The doc
i, vnf must you think mo! My Ood, sh II tnr gave one look nt his wonderful shirt
Ljievcrjca you again, nnu tell you how it collar mm tlicn said in decided tones:
wns neverl'r And then the thought of what "I'm truly sorry, Mr, Spinnla, but I real
Garsficld, had slW of Una father s frail ten- ly cannot give you a certificate,"
tire on life recurred to him, and was ills- "Can't give mo a certificate 1" exclaimed
mt:.n.1 mill, n slight Hhlver. It seemed tho amazed frank, "whv in ndiec.ttrn nnd
' 3 ' - ... . J - lw ul..Mn.l l..irbu w.nl. ml hnrl,. nT.rl L.,
incan tU calculate on the chances of. i poor adjectivenntinn can t you? I'm sound as a Btroni;lyeoiieentraied,iniit will cnvctuill) eradicate
old man a death ; nnd yet it and another dollar. I ii strip and let von givo mo a
idea, still more angrily renul-ed, that the critical examination.1
PUUIblHS THE I1L00D.
nctioviiti M and 1 11 vlgorulCN (lie
Iln .lleillrlmil lrotrrllp lire Allrriitlt , Tonle,
nil rut ami Illiiri'tli.
VKOHTINK Is lmi'lo otcluslvely from tho Juices of
turn to uim nnu perhaps ucrven nim tuoiigii move your coai. 11
all unconseiuiidy to the wretched llttlo prac- you can't get a cci
t!cRdeUilfofi5ckinB. VtttlluB his bill, end of it."
ntiif inakinga poor attenlp't at swallowing "
from the sistciu eveiy taint of m rotuKi K-roIulous
Humor, Tl'MDUX.L'ANOKH, Cancerous Humor, Kry.
sipei.is, Salt ltheum, sjphlllllo Dlsenses, cmiker,
truth might even come out by some. "It's no use of talking," said the doctor, from impure. Wo M. m.matii'A, iuii immatory nnd
Uhenfflim and he be cleared, would re- "and you needn't trouble yourself to rc JSSSScT"
i.,r I.. t.i, ami n..rhiw nprvpil him tholleh I ninve vnur rnnt. I L-nnw whiil I'm nhmtt I me uiooa.
St,lllbM,U ,1UU UlUb O IUU 1'USIUICS. l lllll'ltn. 4!Ulim3. IVILl-'l, OV.II
bead and Kisijwohu, VKCLn.Ni; Im ucu-r UIU'iI to
eriect n pcrmauent cuic.
... I I........ ... lln. II. nl L'tnv.u Uni.t.. llw THrtn.
i noor aiteni i: at swanowiui; i v' ,u.'."v.;''?" 'v "i"'.'-. Y..:.
sumo breakfast before starting 111 the morn- ! ? 1 ? " roanrked frank, now thor- tcraal ulceratlou, and uterlnu illseuses and urncnU
" . . 1 ., , . ulu. , , , in, , Debility. VEdirrlNi: acts directly upja the causos
ifi).'.' I It U often the-merciful liability to ougliiy amused, "who won't you givo mo n of taeetf complaints. It invigorates and strengtiwns
realuo tho immcabltncM of our lo-s in tlio certllicate ( X,vRiMianBiiatiua. cures wcer-ulon uad rrouliteji
tliMHihiirJ ilfnn flverwliclminc cncl ivlilcn J litre mi oli"ctiou to tollini? vnu" said ooweis.
l in liocinr. "11 rnu pn ixtril I'm nrn vnn 1 r.ili
wmi'd altvfivs fountt fircinost in the fight, tern, no medicine baa irHcn such pencct sat sicilon
Itelmr r-remnst In fie olif ,vp-,rlii tliat aa tuo VEUBriNE. It purines lio Wood, cleanses
lilm I ninr.lA.Ail .l.i.i Anil... ..a.. 1.1 .. ...,!.. I nv.f t hn nrV'nilS twrfllrt.
i.i... ii...ii.hu. inn.. . iiiiiu, .U.l wjiiiu VU11U1I- X...i.l,tri7ni?-tvrii,..
1 113 11 IU4I H llin luili.rut. hu . i.uii i uui v
enables us to bear it even as wo do. Cyril
tliangcrovas as brave a soldier as any in
tho armv list. His friends were indrcd
fond of boasting of a medal won by
when, as a mere bov with only ten men be- ually give ns to grave embarrassments nn.l lnlucou many phyficians and npo
' . . ... I. . .. ...I nm1.n.1ltn I .l-UCPI-llVI n 11 rt tlP tin
i- misiiiidcistaiiding, for the enemy would be nt.
"Jiliidiiiim, ho'ttacked and carried by n
sault n stockado defended by nearly five nr? to tile ymifor a flwj of trim,"
times as many well-armed native in. the f rank'd reply ij not reported, but he
Ahys'iiiian war: hut the courage needful forthwith abandoned his intentions of en.
for thisr wa ns-a drop of, cater liesido the listing in the rank
..... iH, !l,.t ninnlatln
Illlglliyli;rlll iwun'nu ii mm 1...11
In fact. VEQET1SB Is tno best remedy yet discov
ered lor Uiu nbovo dlcves, and Is Lbi only rel'.ublo
IlLOUD l'l'llii iKKyetpiacea Duioro.imjpueuc.
for pntsiiic thu hntd where hc lodged, and
tho window behind which he rould fancy
her sleepinjf. without delaying for tho ton
perilous consolation of a last farewell, a
last look-in to those sweet, brown eye, in
whose liquid depths he had almn-t fancied,
for one mad moment on the previous even-
in!?, that he could rfad an answer to the
lovo shining in and irradiating his own.
Had he only turned his fixed, despalrlii;
gazo from tho building where (.he lodged
to .solitary remain Iiguro seated on ono or frm mni(s
the benches overlooking the -en: hail he on
KejiBS Stack Clean.
IBB BSSX HVIDSJDJCE.
The tolLiwlnir letter from Revi E. 8. BesL lastor
Of .h. K. t-UuiKii. iniicK. Mass., m vs rriwi wnu
interest by many vnyslcluns. Also, than: suiTer
my from the same Ulseuo ils afll'cted t -o bon ol the
i:er. u. . iieu .u ivnuu uuu uvuu, uii luhiimo-
nv, as there Is no rtoubl atwut the curative powers ot
mcx, .na-vi.. jfin. l, 1TI4
Mi. II H. "tstexs: fiesr Sir e have i-ood rea
.-n ....,llr.. mnr Vl-VlWri VP n lubrll.ln.. rif I tin
tied tip should receive it thorough brushing trrliatest valur. we feel iiFsired that it has btcu
dally. Stock that are accustomed to have lunivgn nt mru ; tor thu last two years hn lum sur.
their heads tied get very dirty about the
neck and shoulders unless they receive a Si'CTXKiSaSJ
larcful "grooming." (Jlcanlines is very bopnot ever miiyiuir, two or the number declaims
v ii.viu. twi ...iiiti; Liiitii,
It ntigh to be the duty oflhe stockman to
see that all cattle that are kept constantly
under cover, not I thnt .-vim nmDiititlon could notiivo him. ns he had
onlv because ilisense is therplitr nmmiU not vliror eaoutli to endure tho nperutliiu. Just
uuiy ufLause uisease is tnercoy preventeU llien 0 commenced clilnjr lilm veoctink. and
from making its inroads, but also because from that time to the preseut ho has own contluu.
' . -"! ousiv improving. Ho lias lately resumed his stud
stocfc thrive iictter, and reach maturity a lea, t brown a-iiy his crutches and cane, and walks
. .. . .iiir.nt i lipniillv and Mroni?.
v " " , " ; ' great ii'-m cjuicscr, wnen careluily tended, Thouzb there Is still some Olwharge from the
w-eeping, and clazeil with sleeplessness, were ti..n .,.i.01. ,i ... . p.,nln i., : opeulni; wbcro the Umb wiwianord, wehave the ful-
t ,i,riu. ,.. it. inrlilil I , , , , "" " lest wnudencc tnai la a uiiia umono wmoe per
vuu un.li ii.ii.nif, .M..... , nammeis or loose boxes, do not. nerhans iiecuycurcu
.i, . . . ...t.;..i. .1. l l .! I . . ' il lit, Iiiia tAk
tUUlOUUg Waves, to WHICH sub null tumu I'll i.
he la too well to bo taklup medicine.
E. H. HK1T,
.MIW. I. f. V. BEST.
il: k.n .hwl Din. .vc, knlllui.ri'linil
rerlUirc SO much attrntinn nil t lins.n lulinuo I timc Imf. lutz-lv nm-H hut little. OA h.1 ilirlarfM th.it.
to escape from her own tnouguts ; nnu ne hea,i, ar tie(1 1() tll0 8laI, M th can wlth
only guessed at the uiuer gnei ami mora iWJoni lick thinurlvM. Imtlhw .,ni
bitter disappointment of that young heart, bo neucM on tiiat acc0UIll. an('i lhe ci,rcful
in iU first betrayal, at tho agony ot girlish stnck farKer ,vi d we to oe that hi ALL DISEASE3 OP TUB BLOOD.
nhame tor the love anil worship so ireei) 8toc.kmaii gives them proper nttention. It 11 VEOETINE v-lll relievo naln. cleanse, ourlry
wasted on a man who was already raarnea frenuentlv hannens. howevsr. that catlln do &t health "attei Wi Zy i
a man so utterly unwortliy as to have b,.enm vcrv dirtv' ,,. ,,, iln,ihMuJ rtmeaiM.TOffertng
dared to insult her by an affection which from ncccct or a lmtural nredisuosition to ttta meaictno ryrformlnK bucIi t;rcat cure 7 n
get dirty, it is unnecessary to consider. In truly bocalicdtoeiBEAT blood rtiHlFlKR. Tba
, , : .i jrrcat source or uim.u.si; originates in uui uioou ; ana
sucu enses, a coon reraeuy is to ami v to no medicine that does not act directly upon it to pu
i. !!.,. l ... ii .j-- i ., i riryand renovate, has any tot, claim upoDpublK
u ...iw.vi. I'ui.g u iiiiAiuiu ui inn uii nuu I mteniiun
flour ofsulphur, in the proportions of four
ounces of sulphur to u quart of oil. Thl
mixture .should ha vigorously rubbed into
the body, aud about'threo days after this I tlca 01 5ur VKOBTINRaail aia convinced It U a
viajn aiici tola I ) hl ..... If. . .. .
has been done, the affected parts must
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tho necessary Presses, Types and
other material for executing all
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July is, laic.
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BL00MSBU8G STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH .NORMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
T. L. GHISWOLD, A. M,, M. D Principal.
THIS SCHOOL, asat present conMltutcd, o "trs the ten- best faclltllcs fur I'rnfesslonal ami Classical learning. i,,ifi Knni- of nure.sott.
llulldlmrssnacious, liiilllnir and commodious i lorni'lctclj heated by steam, well u-nlllatcU, lighted by gas, and furnished with a bountiful s'ippi or purc.son,
sl.rl"'-.)?l1'."- mJ,M..,inA,i mMmf nrt niivn in tiinir irnrk. lilselnllno. linn but Vltiil. utilfiii m and thorough. Expenses
tnoderaie. Kitty cents a week deduction to all expecting to leach, btiuleuls admitted nt uny time, liooms reseneU lieu (fesiiea.
Courses of study prescribed by the stnto :
I. Model School. II. Preparatory. III. Elementary. IV, Classical.
Adjunct Courses : I Academic 1 1. Commercial. III. Course in Mu-ic. IV. Course in Art. V. Course In Physical Culture.
The Klementary Bclentlllc and Classical Courses are pftoFUssioXAI.. nnd Rtudjnts itradaitlni? therein, recelto stajp Iiliilan is, eonf
corresponding Uegrees ; Master of tho Elements! Master or the sciences; Jiuiterot tuo uiassics. uruuiMius m imuiuvi miujointn.
Snd tbSr talents, m students, "lb all such opportunities for well paid labor alter leaMi-.-chool.
('Of.. .1. (1. I-ltlXi:, Micretlirj
TKllNSI'Oll UUrFKT IPAVf. AS tOIIOng,
U-nvo New Vork, e,4i n, in,
Leave Philadelphia, 0,16 n, in.
leatolleadlinf, It, a n. m., I'ultsvlllc,
and Tnmnrpin, 1,10 li. hi.
Leatu cat.niissn, c,w a,tsn. m, and 4,my i
Leave IMIllaiiiSinJi 1.1)8 ii.ln.1Cluiii.nl
I-asnriKfeis i ii fri'in New trkuiid 1
plila go tliruiif i ithont change ot eais.
.1, i:. Mm t
ocun, address the rrincipai.
nix. wn.i.i.t.ii i-i,vi:i.i
Sept. 8, -:a.-iy
I'resldent llouril oT Trustees'
had almost won from her a betrnyal
of her own secret lie had never gone; but
her back was turned to hiin : aud he alnns!
Crushed against lier wfiilo his eyes were gfv
zing in tho opposite direction without eith
cr ot them ever thinking how near, foV one
moment, they had como on that first bitter
morning of their sundered lives. Ten min
utes later aud ho was in the train ri route
Ten weeks later, and he had got liis pro'
KvcouiMicnd It Ilcnrtily.
south Boston. Feb. 1, 1870.
Mr .Stevens Hear Sir 1 have taken several tot
cs ot sour VKOUTINCnnd aia convinced It U a
valuable remedy for DvsDCnsta. Kldnev Oomnialnt.
and general dubtllty of the system.
mlvsinv.1 Mn wilt. i . AnlSmm?.n1. 11 a surrennif from
0 , -Q ...... ru.j, rtuw i uiu nooo compiainvs.
warm water. Tho oil aud sulphur may be
applied onco more in tho same maimer as
MltS. MO.NUOB PARK Kit,
930 Athens street.
. ,n . . ..i. i. ? i j ,
motion, aim was u iu before, tho mixture being made a little
new regiment; aim so it camo w pass lU!'M stronger should there be no observable im
i-.iueL iauuiuB uunu provement from the first cashing. This
tue Jllliwvue uiuriuug liUiri pauij .i.ci
and moro heavy-ertd than she had been
wont to look before that fatal visit to lirigh
Preparedliy H. R. Stevens, Boston, Mass.
mixture applied twico generally suffices to
effect a complete cure of
London I.ke Stock Journal.
rally suffices to tt .: : 1.1 1 n .1
effect a complete cure of the ailment 1 S "X ,u uxS5Aau3.
Tnrefor Chicken Cholera,
A correspondent of the Jiural Herald
ton camo to the following advertisement:
''On the Glh instant, at Aden, on board
II. II. troop-ship Abercromoie (Jyril in
rent Granerer. Cantain in U. M. tli Hi
fles, of typhus fever caught in attendance
on some rt nis men,
Only one oflhe thousand and one tinfin
jshed, romances blown .into life like tho salt an effectual euro for that disease,
' sea' spray on tho su
West, Pier, broken like
upon the Brighton
WHKHK TO ADVKKTISE.
A.T. Stewart savs the best advertlRtn? mediums
he has ever found '-are the old established organs cf
tha two political parties, nt tho several county seats
throughout tha t'nlou." "Ihete," he says "reach
eiery lauuiv ui iuj icaiii a(.-cuum in incir several
cotmtles, and are more carefully rtou than any other
class of Jonrnals." It Mr. Htewnrt'8,juagmcntlsot
sends that paper a remedy for chicken cho- value, there Is no difficulty la deciding which paper
, ,. , J 1 . , , , , ,. I it is for the Interest of businessmen to ailvera-e In
iura niucii is eeriainiy simple, anu salt! to TnconmsiA ukkockat, upon wmcnuiis pnerts
,n.ir,Finl nn, r- n,.f T. panlaUy founded, was estabtUdiea n ism ,and the
it '- i columuun now enjoys a wiaer circuiauun and
nny piauuing oi tue pears to be a preventive, and as an ounce of ,5r,7,f X!r,llVX,T?..S:A
tbo waves in bubbles prevention is better than a Dound nf enre 1 Joining counties, and by most ot them 13
t i.tr..i.. r it. 1 . . . .. . . . i wwgiiu iudiiu, uur. 11. u iua uujj
ueaun i jmy uuu ui mo j; H nt lean worthy oi a tria . It a- ia fn - eiDonentof nparlyilTe ihousanrt
myriad ''might-have-lieens" which swell 8cM as much cornmeal as is remiir. ,iJ.,SSS?.!:
.aai'i' f 6,1 10 fClltULe n.Umbfr 0f f0,vl9' Wlth boilIK fherh&eclrs&
WUriU n iliaiuiv 1 Wlllj ii bul i.u.m auaLii
and aitmc love foiled ; a man's lifo freely
" given and nobly spent ; and a woman who
would have counted it
tear upon his grave!
as -name to drop
ber of subscribers, facts like these si
selves, rio shrewd business nnui will neu
Bert his advertisements In the Columbian
1), F. .lohnsou, of Campaign, Illinois
ufnishesfiftJpagci to'tlio published "fraus'
actions of tho State Hoard of Agriculture,"
"on the Varieties, culture and most profitable
uses of Indian com. The bet variety in
nny region is stated to be that which' fifty
years of cultivation have shown to be tho
best for that locality, always giving the
preference, it any, for procuring seed, to a
more southern latitude. The cultivation
recommended Is in accordance with the
practice of the best farmers ; the enrichin,
instead of looking to yard manure or urti
fiiiul fertilizer, is to be the turning under
of green crops clour, timothy or blue
grass sod. To fortify tlii position, Mr. .1.
gives two or three experiments of his own
and theirs. He planted five or tlx acres on
old prairie, after manuring heavily tho pre
vious autumn and w!nter,with cow, pig and
horse manure; planted nearly four feet each
way, cultivated as usual, and in September
good Judges ostimated the coming crop
equal to eighty-five or ninety bushels per
acre, tho ears being large and numerous.
seven or eight feet above ground, on talks
averaging eleven or twelve feet hisrh
water. Make it tolerably greasy with lard lareet In the county, the advertising ratis of tho
. f , Je. i i, I woLUMiiiAN am no nigner uian moee oi einerpapers
w. ...i..v ..j.ii, iuiu, csui gicm, uu I wnu uaicijr uiui iiiiu nun-raj uui. uuoiouriii me uum
salt is necei-sary. Black pepper, ground, a
level teaspoouful to a pint of meal. Feed
this twice a week, in tho morning, warm,
auu ciiiciens will not need auy watchiug.
lueywill have neither cholera or gaps.
Chickens, or turki-j s either, should not be
fed ton niton ; twice a day in summer, if I
they arc running out, and three times in
winter is often enough. Most people feed
llieir fowls too much. .My experince has
been that all fowls that die with cholera
Sliooting Out Fire.
I he Allentown Chronicle savs ; "On
Saturday afternoon the funeral of Mrs. Hen
ry Schannt, nearly 80 years of age, residing
near tbo poor-bouse, took place. As is cus
toniaryat country funeral, a great deal of
baklug and cooking was done for tho enter
tainment of the relatives and friends. Just
before the funeral was about to leave the
liouso on tho way to the Jordan Luthe rcn
Church, one of tho chimueys was discovered
to be on lire, the flames leaping up tenor
twelve feet. As the houso has a shingle
root there was danger of the fire soon be
coming a serious matter, and ofconrso there
was commotion and a running hither and
thither with buckets of water. The tiro
could not be got at very easily, and some
thing had to bo done soon to avert serious
l!ut ""''i"611""1- ''mt about that time a phil
after liuskin;, the scales corrected the est!
male, and cut it down to less than fifty
bushels per.acic. Another field, which lias
been underdrained, nnd heavily manured
in previous years, was planted nearly iu the
same way the year before, which was ac
companied by a severe drouth, and it
brought less than forty bushels per acre. Iu
the third experiment the field was lightly
manured, and planted, not iu equal , rows,
, nut In drills four feet apart. The stalks
iivere nine inches in the rows.- When a few
inches high, each stalk had a small baud
, ful ahes-over a ton lor the whole field.
- It was cultivated repeatedly through the
season. A storm In September prostrated a
third or so of tlio slocks. Tho growth was
l i i, r..i i.ii. .i "
uuuiit v irci, mgu, tue ears numeroui ami
heavy. After husking, weighing the curs.
nud estimating.80 pouuds to tbo she.hd
buahtl, the field was found to have yielded
over 81 btihcUper acre. Mr. J. ascribes
this heavy product to the application of the
jlJ1!0 .'I'M way have been correct iu part;
tiUtjvu Jiavo found invariably, when the
measured, experiment lias been made, that
ii-5 per cent, more is obtained from well
managed drills than what arc tennucd bills
at equal distance cacli way. Very friquent
cultivating will often add tenor fifteen
bushels to the acre. Country Gaitlcifiun.
"piui-.ii gentleman present asKcu lor a
loaded gun, which upon boing hand to him,
lie discharged up tho chimney, instantly ex-
llnguisiiing tbo tire, tbo concussion of the
air produced by thu sht bavin done the
worlc. A great many present could not tin-
der.tauU the rationale of tho thing and re
garded the gentleman with a sort of vene
a Here is nothing new under tho sun. A
correspondent or the Detroit J'ree JVem
writes that in the Uurentiaii Library, Iu
1-lorence, he saw "a map of the world,
uran n in i no, snowing nearly tuo course
ofthiXlle, li division into streams, nnd
its connection with tho two great lakes,
s'jlvlug tho question long ago which Spoke,
and Iiurtou, and Livingstone have been
working at so diligently in the present age."
There it a newsboy in San I-'rancisco.
James Handley by name, who Is rapidly ac
quiring a fortune by tho sale of papers. He
is but fourteen years old, yet owns two hou.
ses aud several building lots on Tclegrauh
Hill. He recently built a third house there
for fl, 80(1 and sold It to bis brother for ii,
where he stands high iu his class.
For restoring Gray Hair lo
its natural Vitality and Color.
which ia at onco
Iicalthy, and ef
fectual for pre
hair. Faded or
' gray hair it soon
restored to ill
with the (lots and fitshnat of youth.
Thin hair is thickened, falling hair
checked, anil baldness often, though
not always, cured by its use. Noth
ing can rcstoro the hair whero tho
follicles aro destroyed, or tho glands
atrophied and decayed. But Mich aa
remain can bo saved for usefulness
by this application. Instead of foul
ing tho hair with a pasty sediment, it
will keep it clean and vigorous. Its
occasional ueo will prevent tho hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Freo
from thoso deleterious substances
which make t-omo preparations dan
porous, nnd injurious to tho hair, the
Vigor can only benefit but.not harm
It. If wanted merely for a
nothing tlso can bo found so desir.
able. Containing neither oil nor
dye, it doei not coil white cambrio,
nnd yet lasts long on tho liuir, giving
it a rich, glossy lustre nnd a grateful
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Vractluil mid Aiialjrtlcul CUMulste,
Oct. ii, i37-ijr
. A. 11 K II II 1 . 12
Ti i?1.1C"EKUM'Y "onouncea to thq public
JLV that lie has nxipenei '
orksoftue Kspy anaUirH Street
Ikjlfiar (old stand) lllooawburif, )'&., at tho
Ifir lAiM, whero nil dobcrlptlons
Wthcr ltll 1.A rnii.l. tk. ..
abstaiitlal and workraanuve manner, ana sold at
pries in cans
iOO. The brother, aUa a newsboy, sold it piiX5rrtSff
ignlnfor $3,100. Jimmy aspires to a pro- 'Ut Mi,'u kWv0' ti I n p
profession, aud attends tha Lincoln school, steterydescrlpuoiinthacountry. f
runago Is respectfully soUdted.
COURT HOUSE ALLEY,
WHOLESALE D"R UG EMPOR1 UM .
Corner Main and Jlarkct Street
BLOOMSBURG, P a.
The undersigned having been engaged .11 the
busine8 for the pant 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 the large cities.
Their stock consists of Paints, Oils.
Glass, Putty, Patent Medicines, Spices,
33 jR, O "W IE Urt 3 S BLOCK.
Where may be found :i large 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 cehbiale
OIL OF GLADNESS.
CALI. AND EXAMINE OUIt STOCK.
iieneml i icKet Agent,
Thoroughly Cores Diseases op the Skin-,
Beautifies the Complexion-, Prevents
A.M) Remedies Rheumatism and Gout,
Hkai 3 Sokes and Abrasions or the
Cuncxr. and Counteracts Contagion.
This Standard External Remedy for Erup
tions, Sores and Injarics of the SUin, not only
REMOVES FROM THE COMPLEXION ALL BLEM
ISHES arising from local impurities of the
blood and obstruction of the pores, but also
those produced by the sun and ind, such as
tan and hx Mes. It renders the cuTtCLE
MARVELOUSL CLEAR, SMOOTH and TLIANT,
and bcinu a wholesome beautU'Ier is far
preferable to any cosmetic.
All the remedial advantac.es or Sul
rilUR IIaths arc insured BY Tiir. use of
Glenn's Hulnhur Soap, wliicb in addi
tion to its purifying effects, remedies and l re
vents Rheumatism and Gout.
It also disinfects clothing and linen
and PREVENTS DISEASES communicated sy
contact with the person.
It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald
ness, and retards grayncss of the hair.
Physicians speak of it in high terms.
Prices 25 and 50 Cents per Cake: per
Box (3 Cakes), 60c. and SI. 20.
N. B. The 50 cent ttdcM are triple the iuc of ihoie at
" HUili'S HAIR AM) WHISKER DYE'
Illach or Ilifjira, 30 Cent.
C. 5. CB1TTHTQS. Prtp'r, 7 Si1li .,v., JLY.
Oct. 23, '14. -ly,
On and utter Nuvunt'cr iolh, H73, trains iuii
l:rle.Mullfj.ni. iu.,HiilU'lSl!u!ra i
' L'nn.iiHtalgitii 8.
lioehi (U. .. ,
ltetiovo ncconiRioflatltiill.ien.iu.niiiit i
it li.es p. m.
i:inilrallalli.iaa.iii.,nrrlvo Unilra lo.a... !
lluffalo fixprsM 7.13 n. in. arrlie Ilullalo b.t . .
Ilullalo Kxrrcss ixu n. in. arrlto Ilnrrlsbur ' i.'j
" Iloltlmorc 5.i
KlmlraMall 11. ion. in., rilc Haul 'ur
" Vu,!ilnBton '.,i.o
" llaltlmui e o.u
" Watlilnston s.so
Man Uburtr accommodation 8.40 p. a. arrlie llntrjl
uurg io.iu p. m.
ni rive Ualtlmoi o t.v, a, 1 1
" WaililiiRton 0.13 i
Ei le Mall 12.es a. in. arrlvo llanl&burg S 03 a. rn.
" lialtlinoro s.40
" Waslilngtou 10.JS "
All Ojlly except Sunday.
Ii. M. 110YI), Jr., Ucncrnl I'nssenjjer Ajn
A. J. CASS ATT, Gcner.,1 M ,.n
DKI.AWAJ'.K, LACKAWANNA aMj
iiine-Tauio :o. su, TaKcs crrect at 4::o A. ill
MONllAV, NOVl:.MIIl:il 22 1S7J.
NOItTH. 1 bTATIONi?. I Kill HI.
s no :i rs
s ii' as
7 40 B 42
7 4 3 37
7 .1.1 a ."I
7 Si .1 27
7 '.2 3 S3
7 ! 1 U
7 ir, 3 17
7 15 .1 II
a.m. p i,i, , MA
l lS 2 U
V 44 2 2.1
t" i i b i
1 4 I
. Ill 32
and savo one-tutrd the cost of "I ITTA TT"1 A I 11 A fATfll painting, anil set a paint that
mucn nanusoincr ana win Vjix Jiil Lj r A Hi I. last twice ai ions us auy otni'i
paint, u prepared ready tor use In white ir any color desired. Ik on many thousunda ot the nnest bulIiUntm
i uiovuimirj. munj w wiiioi Lave ueei painicu hixjears, ana now looi, ui wuiiuh wneuui&L pttiuiiu.
his CHEMICAL J'AINT hai token First Premiums ot twenty ot the Htate Fnirhor the Union, humploe.ird
,U.nl ll.0 liMra.. X, 1 1 I 11, litfllV 1,1 .I'alnp .IwM ' 'Intro! n ,i ,1 lllln.
Then Buy N. Y. ENAMEL PAINT OO.'S
'eVanTiS! CHEMICAL PAINT ESfM
1 ready for uioln white or anv color desired. Is on many thousands ot tl
of which hare been painted six years and now look as wellaa w
and Bare one-third the cost of
Li mucn nanosomcr
Saint. Is prepared
e country, inonv o
I'liKMicAt, I'aimt naa taaen Flrbt P
lors sent free. Address N. V. K.N A
H., it WaMr street, Cleveland, Ohio.
Wben special imiteriitl is required
it will bo promptly obtained.
Books ami Pamphlets,
lltuul-Billd iiil Dodgers,
Large and Small Postern,
Letter and Bill Heads,
Envelopes with Business CWds,
Bussiue3-4, Pic, Nie, "Wedding :md
Programmes, Bills of Fare, &c,
Will all bo supplied and excnU'd
iu superior style, at cheap
rates and short notice..
ihe best worltriien are employ et
and the best material will
always be furnished;
Then Buy MILLER BROS.'
colora bent fiee.
V. EM AM EL PAINT CO, 118,1'rlnco sill et, K. V.
May 12, '7a- ly.
lalnllDe. and tret a nalnt that
ii lonff as any uiuer
tho nnest Buildings
when first naluUd.
at twenty of thfc l-tato l'aln of the Union. Sample card
AINT CO., 17a Piinco ktreet, N. V., or M1LLKU
TUE G III! AT "lVl-DII; DEPOT.
Tin: latest ktyi.i:k I.N
prices lower than any Iloue In tho Country.
ORDERS nY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
WM. H. HOSKINS,
STATIONER AMD ENGRAVER,
913 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
HARMAN & HASSERT. Proprietors;
i:aRt Street, tioulli Hlite of & II. Rnllroad Itloonifiliiii, Pa.
nnrnx-ifullr call the attention of tho public lo the lollowlng Btaleraenla: They
ihiW i IlltAsM OANTIMIW. 'Ihey make iheC.UOialea oilulnal nnd
MONTKOSI px.O-WS.alSoallKlnUiof Ilepalis, such us Mow J
HEATING ANI3 COOK STOVES
are prepared to furnish all kinds of repairs, such as Orates, Klre IU Ick-, 4c,
u n!n Imiii-uird Coiil-uliitf 4ruu tur lliv IViu. i'eini Sluf, tho ia
TiievniealBopreparedtofurnlshbAW ANnuilIS'l' 3III.L, J1AC11I.NE1IV bit
pay especial attention to the
Repairing of Threshing Machines, Reapeis, &c
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
They inanufactuie all kinds ot
hoaru'i l"olum, Uiuuiuua
Avholenle aud retail. They
most econoinlaal (irate In u.e.
bllAtULSO, Pl'LLUYH, AC. They
The proprietors helm; practical mechanics, havlnfhad uncferlcnceof over rlilrty j ears, the puhllcca
rely upon naTlnf all work entrusted to mem uono iu tuo nest .Manutr and at rair prices.
jan. , ii
The undersigned will tell at prhate sale
A VALUAHLE I'AUM,
kltuated In Flshlngcrftk tonshlp.ColumMa ceunty
hounded by lands ot Jchn Iluntz. sainuel Khone, Jo
wenh Coleman's heirs, Chui les Ath, Uanle I Karus aud
William iiuinie, containing auum
150 AO RES,
of which about JlS acres are cleared, on which is
A GOOD FRAME HOlfSE,
KHAME 1IAHS, and all necessary ! outbulldlnirs.
ThnrH U aIma
A GOOD ORCHARD,
on tbn preanlsea.
Terms will be made known by calllnp ontheun.
dersltrned, or by addieKatnr him ut Billl water, I'a.
I not easily earned In these times but It
can ba mads, In tnres months by any one
OI civurr boa, lu u i y. t.t wiuiu.
o is wiIIiBir to work steadily at tn einpiumini
(h.t wm ffiimrMb. ifii ner wtrk In Tour own town
Vou Dotd not be wy from noma oiornltat. lou
can eh e 1 our hokl Urna to tno work,; or only your
spare moments. It oosu netting- to uy in
Bess. Terns and taoulll lrr. Aiirv onon.
eb, M I Ijr,
A libenil share of public patron
ugo'i8 respectfully Bolicited.
Bloombbobq, March 28, 1877.
endtw. too. V. KOWSLL CO.. Nsw Turk, tor
ramwaet el lev paces, cocuuiar lis is oi iw
MWtpapexa, ad wrtlai
show lag casjt nt mum-
AT TILE COLUMBIAN OFFKIK,
Tlio Alhheciit k Co. Piasou aro
firnt-clasa in uvery resDtict, boiiiR con
biderod tho leading Philadelphia
inuko by musicians and competent
iudijca. Hirough their oxtensivo
f.icifitirs, MtspitH. ALnnrxiiT & Co.
arc enabled to turn out instruments
that nro not surpawicd anywhere, and
ctill hell them at prices within tho
reach of nil. No Piano is permitted
to leave their factory unless mitibfac
tory to tho most minute particular,
henco their guarantee of fivo years
ia a thins "f value. All late im
provement of importance are found
in these inBtnimcnttj.
MEffcia. Auireciit k Co. havo re
ceived the most Hattering Testimo
nialu from L. M. CJottscilvlk, Franz
Aut.Gustavi: SArrim, J.F. Himmels
iiacii, William Wolsikffek and
many other eminent artiutH, becides
being able to refer to thousands of
private, purchasers, schools, semi
naries, tocieticii and teachers,
PiuuoH conscientiously selected per
orders by mail, carefully packed and
shiimeiUafelvtoaiiviKirt of the world.
ttif-Fer further particulars its to
references, prices and tcrmi, address,
610 Arch Streot, Philadelphia.
TtJA'Eii a.'j rti:iMt;t::ti.
. . Ilellevtip
i , 1 1 . .i.aiK.iw..iii.iH
9 21! I'ltMi,!! .....
9 '.") West I'll I Ni. 'U.
1 1.',! W lomuiL.
a Hi Mull'.,... .
9 Hi, IU-U1-". C
H OS Kingston.....
9 b KlllKSIi'll ....
s fj ..l-niiiouin.inr.c
8 mm.... l'luiiimin ..
M Avomi ii,' .
1 4h 'utitlcoke .
s ji .llunlwk's i tele. 10 t.1 ,i j
s o'i ..MiiLksniimy 11 a i
3 1!)'.. .Illrk's lorr .. I 11 la
8 !4....l;caih UuYcn.. 1111 4.
b w lleiwlel; ... '13 4 -i
s ill liilartrek it 1.1 4 ji
7 is ...Willow ;iir.. 11 II 4
7 M I.lme lllil'T Ill' i
7 40 Ii1iy n m 4 r. it
7 1 I ...I)lo.ilii-burj,- 1117 5 ! ,
7 Hi Hllpcn 13 ' t, S W
1 BO L'alawlssa lulili;e. n 07 su t
7 sal ..uhirk'H Nniti u...i i'i in olio n
11 liamllie In '.'5 b.i sj
7 114 Cllllllis V. H'l ,2 f. 47 I,
"n raniiTon ill en I, i. fill
ii isi.Mji.iiuniixrunii.ii'i 11 cm til
a.m. p.m. p.m i.r
W. 1 HAlAlKAl). w
Kuperlntcmlent'a uiilcc, hcranton, Die. lo, i ...
M C. SLOAN k BRO.,
Carriages, Bujoios, ihaoters, Sleighs,
ri. l I'Utiji w ai,u..-, sc.
rirst.class woik utwajsou hand.
l:i:i'.IllIN(l .VKATI.Y DW.
I'i tee reduced to suit tho time,
.lull. S, l.!7-tr
The Columbian Law Doekd.
A cunipleto record f r tho us- of nttorne-s.
vrnlnnHy nrranireil for tho docketing of allc-.'f"'
eonlalnlui' oio pajes, with douulo Index. I'hli I'
tho most complete liool: for lawyer , that r-"'
Publisheil by Brockvay & Elwell
IMitors and Proprietors of tlio Collmbian,
Important to Lawyura,
Justices of tho l'eace, constablis, Uxecutora.Ad.
inlnlstrators, uuardiau. Ton asnip ofllcers, and busl
nchi men tenerally.
Wo lmu on hand u larve assorlineilt of legal
blanks lor the usu ul Alloriiejb, .lusllcei anil Con.
stable's lilanks of all kinds, Nolo and ltecolpt Sooks
fyr AdiiiliiUu.itnli, &o.
iwclpo for I'.ummona.
" VI. rn.
" " ltulo to tako Denoblttona.
" " " "choofeu Aihllralois.
cents aplgce, cr $1.73 iwr hundred.
IVtlllon for Appointment of ntiardlati.
.-- . (;iinii'iii
ltuleto t.iku DL'ooaltlons.
Narr hi liifht. w till t'outesslou,
" " Abituuriili.
4 ceiM each or f3. w per humlred.
reutun lor ai or neni l M.ne b cents eacu.
.1 IMICMTI III. MtM.
Hubnoinis. Suiuinoru. Warrants. Kxecuttt ai&. SO fo
tit cents each.
Leases 6 ce 01s each
itlue needs. , iu " "
ivrchuient needs is ' "
AeiYiunts a .
Orphan's Court soles SOfoiiSl 60
Constahlo-s hnles. acci its each
aioriirapi anuponu , is t i "
All kinds of Nolea 1 " '
liocelpts. Notes, Hchoul orders, 1'oor orilei , store
Orders, neailv bound, constantly cn hand, Drraade
td order on short nouco,
Wuaio prepare Ju doneater lobworm hanaui
other onlco in this county.
JlltoC'KWAV JC KLWKI J.
Editors and 1'roprli lUirs
liiooimD an, fa
FIltST fUSS l'lANOS ASH OIKWSS TOR SALI!.
SECOND HASH J'lASOS TAUR.N IN EXCI1AN01!.
OIUIKlt 11V Jl C.IL I'ltOMlTLV UXUCUTED.
X X.V. JL A. ' J- rM, b and com
pounds. Labels icRlbleied: Infiln 'i-tnt'i.t-, lelsaaes
uuUluterfeienecs will ivcire ii'juipt nileiillun,
r NT T 7'Vf lit; fhouldsend us a mod.l
liN V I'jlS 1 U ItOorbketeiiortluli luven
tlon, and wan III utvo ouioplnloii astoiti patenta
bility free of charge, Vees uioderutu, mid no tiurcu
uulll puteut l bfcnrt'il.
We will upon iMiiUuireut foe, i roeeiilo cak03 that
haie b.s n iirjL'' I'Kli iiy t'm Talent onice.
Woluvsellciitslu etery hl.uo lu Ilia I'nloa, nt.il
Invite liuiulry throuirU your i'uniire-,biiian as to our
btautUii? Uforo thu I'atoiil Olhco,
Bond lor circui'.r mi- niiiii-r iniorinaiion, ierm3
nnd leferences, Lstnullthed In iSi.o.
From this date Ihe llloouuibari; (las Com) luy will
Eut In eervlco pipes at tlrst cost and turnlsl I ul stt
letg s ut four dollars each.
Tbe company unvo on hanil a lot of ess t ArnJlled
or palnuni: roots, and posts or other tunt replaced
I'i Ico la cents per gallon or U.U) per ban eh
Oo. 14.1a. , O. V. 1 ULLBir
LANK MOHTOAOFft forwle c tap at th
Solicitors of U. S. aid Foreip
711 Gr. Street, N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
reu. B, '7l,-8ru
xtw. p, F.nT M ':"
I, l'i ruf I -4 pinti t r (oM
"1 ' I' . 1 l. I- ' 1 hvhy .ft)th4trtlirf
tvA c- il. t- 1 L n rhl m ' .-ii,i n J t iftLU In t
! . 1 ' ft lianiiy . 0 nt.- i.', Lo.t l
jaie'i, J ttnL,r,1, U14,
UT1CK ItlMrl lllltt AS fit 14,
4wuitiinuii i nuu a 1 ,new Aura 1
Jan. a, tejT-.ui j S
GREAT I1ED0CT10N lii THE
PllICK OF I'AISTH,
MitcilylTIlC WIlITi: .UADU cents nerpouml
guaranteed equal to any In the market.
MOSTOUK wiiitj! LnAlTnt 10 ccnu per pounl.
eiualtoany for durability,
MOSTOUK SIJVTI: l'AINTH 8, nnd lo cent) pfr
pound, according to color.
MOSTOl'lt MnTALLIollilOWN 8 cents rer pound.
The bent Kire-l'root Iron I'd lit In the JIarlet.
MOSTOVrt MOTAU.IOlTiioWNdry and 8 c;uts
ptr jiound. Ac;ordlngtouanllt)v
Ilest Quality of Paint Ilrushenat low prices.
PURS LINSEED OIL"
which we buy In largu quanllties, direct from tlio
Manufacturer, and oiler ut the lowut Market
BEST .TApXn DRYER.
Acknowledged hr all our leadlnir Painters to bo
. hubt In Iho Market.
All our (roods are niiarui.iii.il as represented anu
our palnta to bo gi-ouud In pure llnaetd Ul, or tlio
money refunded on demand.
Kend for s.imp!e card and price Hit Hlth tostlmon.
HENItV S. UHAY,
. Rupekt, Pa.
Maya. 'M.-ly, '
TljlS4pPEFS KEPT Oil FILE
1 AT THE 0FFICC OF.
733 Smou St, PHILADELPHIA,
Who ur. our uuilu.rUu.l kginu, nud nlll
"iu Aui'i.1 .t'lMctils at our
W)HV1" fc'AUlI JUT1M.
3 No pat