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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOM SBURG, COLUMBIA COL NT Y, PA.
feeling Young Calves.
A tvs liavp srpn, I'rfili mill: ii tlio lirnt
food for tlio young calf, mid tlio most natu
ral tiiclhod of taking It Is for the calf to
draw It from tlio nddcr of lb mother. Hut
thcro aro many considerations that come in
to prevent this natural method among the
r.00,000 dairymen In the United States. This
natural method is only practicable among
I ho breeders of pure-blooded and high-priced
stock; and if such breeder of high blood is
located In a dairying district whero milk Is
valuable, It is quite unnecessary that he
should feed new milk longer than two
months. After that period tho calf may bo
fed upon tho skim milk and linseed or ilax
seed gruel, with an excellent chance of grow
ine; a prize animal. Iu two months the calf
win havo made an cxcel'cnt start and be
ready for the modified diet. And If tho calf
Is to bo taught to drink, It is better to do
this when ten days or two weeks old. It
will Irani easier at that age thau la
ter, and the cow will give more milk through
the season than if tho calf Is permitted to
suck longer. The milk being fed warm
from tho mother, the calf will make a growth
not perceptibly different from one that sucks.
This blooded calf should have the free run
of a dry yard, with a llttlo Iiay or grass to
at, that it may early develop its firt stom
ach and chew its cud. A small field of
grass In Slimmer is still better. When the
tlmo comes for feeding skim milk, the ration
may be made about as nutritious as the new
milk by adding toitllax seed gruel, made
by boiling a pint of ilax seed and a half
pint of oatmeal In ten or twelve quarts of
water. Mix this in equal parts with skim
milk, and feed blood warm. Let the calf
have its fill twice per day, at regular times,
until six months old. During this time
teach it to eat n few oats, and in case of a
tendency to scour, give, for a meal or two,
In the milk, a quart of coarse whtat flour,
sometimes called by farmers, canel. It will
be perceived that the oil of the flax seed
will make good the los of the cream in the
milk in fret it is a ration as rich as the
milk itself; and wo have seen calves run
ning with it quite tho equal of calves run
ning with the dam. Wo have also used flax
seed and pea meal to mate the gruel to mix
with the skim milk, and it has proved an
excellent combination. G)c Rational Are
Best llrceil of Hogs.
In answer to an inquiry which is tho best
breed of hoga, an Ohio breeder fives the ful
lowing reasons for naming the Poland Chi
na as such a breed :
1. They do notget mangy. I havo never
had one that was troubled iu that way; and
this is something of so much importance that
it should not be overlooked by any farmer
who knows anything of the evil.
2. This breed is excellent on account of
its early fattening qualities; and yet for its
continued growth it has no equal. When
only nine or ten months old it will readily
fatten Into clear pork, weighing 300 pounds
or more. Or they will continue to grow until
twenty months old, and then weigh, when
fattened, from 450 to fi25 pounds.
3. It is the best ieeder on clover aud blue
grass that I know of. I have witnessed text
experiments which went to show that hogs
of this breeed will make more gain and
thrive better on grass alone than those of
any other breed.
4. They are naturally quiet at all times
unless a" contrary spirit is stirred up by
abuse. They fatten well, eating their fill
and then lying down. The sows are good
and prolific breeders, kind in litter and good
5. I claim that the Poland China is the
hog for the packer.because of the proportion
ot weight behind: the shoulders and the
wgh-pricea meat it carries, anil a corres
pondingly small amount of offal produced.
It has u small head and small feet.
C. It is the breed that we can do the most
with between April aud January. I claim
that pigs Bhould come when grass in the
Spring begins to grow, so that they can be
fattened without having to winter them. Or,
if we deem it good policy to hold. them
over, wo want them to keep on growing du
ring tho summer with the least cost.
I believe the Poland China is the hog for
the farmer. It is small boned and long bod
ied. It has short legs and broad.straight back:
it has deep sides, with square heavy hams
and shoulders; it has drooping ears and
fine hair, in color nearly always spotted
oalti.no os.Jiy practice, says an olU
dairyman, is to give my cows all tho salt hay
they will eat, threo times a week through
the summerseaso. The amount consumed
by them is greater while in flush feed than
in short. Tho amount of milk returned by
the cows is from a quart to a third more thau
when salted but once a week. It may be
that some soils are deficient in salt, and that
stock requiro it in large quantities to equal
ize the sj-ntem. If to, they will eat less ;
they are the best judges. Tho effect of salt
is to increase the desire for both food and
drink. Hence the materials for milk, More
bait is consumed by my stock when fed on a
clran grass patch, where they can mix salt
and grass than if in a shed. A strong solu
tion of salt in water, irregularly applied on
hay lor cither cattle or horses produces
The Scientific American furnishes the fol
lowing practical hints concerning the con
struction ot devices to prevent tho ravages
of crows and other predatory birds
The best scarecrow is a suspended looking
glass. Take two final), cheap mirrors, fas -
ten them back to back, attach a cord to ouo
angle, and bang them to an elastic pole.
"When the glass swings iu the wind tlio sun's
rays are reflected all over tho field, even if
it be a large one, and eveu the oldest and
bravest of crows will depart precipitately
should one of its lightning Hashes fall 011
him. The second plan, although a terror to
crows, is especially well suited to fields sub
jected to the iuroads of small birds and even
chickens. It involves an artificial hawk
made from a big potato and long goose and
turkey leathers, 'I he maker cati exercise
his imitative skill in sticking the feathers
lnto'tho potato so that they resemble the
spread wiugs and tail of the hawk. It Is as
tonUhlng what a ferocious bird of prey can
be constructed from the abovo blonde mate-
rial. It only remains to hanir the obuct
from a tall, bent pole, and the wind will do
the rest. Tho bird will make swoops and
dashes in the most headlong and threatening
manner. Even the most inquisitive of veil
erable hens have been known to hurry rap
idly from its dangerous vicinity, while to
small birds it carries unmixed dismay,
The Missouri Senate hag passed a bill of
fering $10,000 reward for the discovery of
a sure cure for hog cholera. Such a hand-
some prize should certainly stimulate tho
faculties of scientific men, especially those
who are practical farmers.
Hutchers speak of their customers ai "peo
ple we meat."
Tlio New York Jlerald announces tho
"cat and croquet season to bo open."
Fuck thinks tho author of "From Dawn
to Noon" ought to be mado an A. M.
No physician should namo his sou Wil
liam, unless ho Is willing lie should bo
known for nil tlmo as tho Doctor's Hill.
A party writes of a bankrupt New Yorker,
"Oodward ho was very strict, but manward
he was a little twistical."
This is about tho time of year tho ico
men begin to circulato reports that their
crop of ico was ruined by tho late frosts.
It was a German editor who said that in
the United States thieves nro so scarce that
they havo to ofler a roward for them.
The namo of a man who runs a hotel in
Gonzales county, Texas, is Mr. Pod. lie
spells It with a pea.
A young man from Auburn, who went to
Texas this spring, lias telegraphed home to
his father: "Fatted calf for one."
It is ascertained by tho Louisville Courier
Journal that "tho boldest Thomas cat never
appeared on onn of Jlulletl's roofs."
Worcester iYcsi . Tho Fortnightly Jlevhw
lias an able article on "Water as. n Hever
age." The idea appears to he feasible.
Whisky advanced a little in price last
week, but then tho baso ball season has
opened, and the country is full of Bpraiucd
Standing on the backs of chairs and white
washing overhead is what keeps down a su
perfluity of women in this country, as much
as anything else.
Tho telephone would prove of capital ser
vice during the hot nurnmer months if it
could be employed in bringing airs from the
Chicago Journal: Not one of the war
maps show any trees for the officers to crawl
behind, and this makes the anticipated bat
tle grounds look strange and unnatural.
Wl.n Infalilrul tlimnu? WIlV KPfft TIPOdIb
. Wimam mi Thomas and Henry and
Susanaudsoforth?A1 0. Times. Sophia,
stupid, not Soforth.
Mr. Murray still clings to his first love
Addie Kondacks. Boston rosl. Heard he
was fond of flirting with several speckled
beauties. Cincinnati Commercial.
One cannot be too careful this weather. A
swell exchanged his heavy winter cane for a
light bamboo, and tho consequence was a se
vere cold that laid him up for a week.
Another girl has sued a man who kissed
her, for damages, and obtained a verdict.
Glad of it ; a man who cannot kiss a girl
without damaging her deserves no sympa
A Maine paper has an editorial headed :
Why young men leave the farm." Wc
think it is because the farm is a cumbrous
and inconvenient thing for a young man to
take along with him.
Very few of the Russians can read. This
gives the American newspapers the chance
to print any kind of war map without hurt
ing the feelings of the natives.
Max Strakoich has engaged Clara Louisa
Kellogg to sing one hundred nights for
$100,000. Max could have saved just $.10,-
000 by engaging us.
To the cultivated and naturally delicato
musical ear there is nothing more disagree
able than to have a hand-organ woman
pause in the middle of a bar to let go of the
crank and replace a hair-pin .
Many a man talks of what tho country
owes him, whose services would be well re
paid by six feet iu the corner of a cemetery,
and who would ha overpaid if a fivo cent
sign was stuck up to keep people off from
"Why. my dear fellow" whispered a
friend, "I did not know you wore so badly
maltreated in that affair." "Nor I neither,"
sobbed tho victim, "till I heard my lawyer
a tellin' the jury all about it."
Newsnaners appear to think it funny that
the tvne-setters of the Courant made it an
nounce the death of a subscriber at forty
seven who had taken tho paper fifty years,
We cannot help it if the people will order
the Courant in advance. Hartford Courant,
An Arizona paper alludes to tho Indian
as tho "noblo raid men." Which induces
the Chicago Tribune to speak of "The Crazy
Hostilities." The European war may bring
allusion to tho Cossacks as llussia's steppe
Some paracraphcr will soon ak : "What
color is a tune?" and before nny one can re
ply he will answer, "Tun-is Bey. ' Ho
should remember, though, that some tunes
may bo blew.
Now does the bad little boy go fishing on
Sunday and catch a nice string of suckers,
while tho good llttlo boy goes to. Sunday
School to catch the measles, and run hi
chances of becoming an early spring au
1 A Chinaman in San Francisco was inter-
1 viewed by a reporter as to the probable is-
I suo of tluo conflict between hoodlum and
I Mongol in San l'rancisco. Kesult: "Alice
tllme hoolum blake tleaty. lllmo-by yeah
Chin-Cbinaniln he come; bling plenty men
help fight; shootee; kill ; Murdlel Smashee
When a Iiuflalo yotiug lady so writes a
correspondent parts from her beau, who is
too bashful to undeistand the nicer usages of
his position, she will say : "William, if you
were to kiss me, you might be alrald ma
would hear it but if I creak the gate she
won't know the difference I"
Two commercial travelers comparing notes;
"I have been out three weeks," taid th
fit missionary, "and have only got four or-
Jeru." "That beats me," replied tho second
commercial evangelist; "I havo been out
four weeks and havo only got ono order, an
that an order from tlio uoute to come
IIow often, oh, how oftci we find a man
who will pay eleven dollars for a box of ci
gars without a question or a moment's besi
tatlon, who will contract his brows aud start
back in speechless horror and stare for ten
straight minutes at the item, "to one piece
of dress braid, ten cents," in a dry goods
bill that Ills trembling wife hands him,
Ifr. Sclicnck'N Pulmonic Syrup,
SZA WEED TOMO. AND MANDRAKE nttA-ThCSe
medicines have undoubtedly performed morocuiM
of Consumption than any ottier remedy known to
I up American public. Tltey nre compounded of veg
etable Ini'redlonts, ana contain nothing which cm
be Injurious to the human constitution. Otber rem
edies ndi, ertUed na cures for consumption, probably
contain opium which l a somewhat dangerous drug
In nil cases, aud If taken freely by lonaumirtUo pa
tients, It must do great Injury! for Its tendency Is
to comlne the morbid matter In the si stem, which,
ot course, must make a euro Impossible, schenck's
l'ulmoolc syrup Is warranted not to contain a parti
cle of opium I It Is composed ot powerful but harm
less herbs, wh'cUact on tho lung, liver, stomach,
and blood, nnd thus correct oil morbid secretions,
and o.xpcl all tho diseased matter from the body.
Theso nro tlio only moans by which consumption can
bo ccred, and as fclienck's rulmonlo Njrup. sea
Weed Toole and .Mandrake rills nro tho onlv medi
cines which operata In this way, It Is obvious they
aro tho only genuine, euro for Pulmonary Consump
tion. Kach bottlo of tuts lnvaluabto mcdlctno Is ac
companied by full directions. Dr. ScliencK Is pro-
icstionauy at ins pnncip.ll uiuce. eurner oui nnu
Arch streets. Phlladulnhto. ctcrv Mnndav. whero all
letters for adUco must bo addressed. Juno
Veoetinr hay never failed to effect a cure. rUlne
tono c strength to tlio system debUltated by dis
ease. SUE BETS WELL.
Koltii 1'oi.Axn. Mk.. Oct.. 11. 1S70.
Ma. II. J'.. Stkvins:
lwar sir. 1 havo been sick two years with tho
liter complaint, anil during that tlmo havo taken a
rem. many muereni, meuiciues uut uuao oi mem
lid me any irood. I wa-s restless night and had no
appetite, slnco taking tho Vegctlno I rest well nnd
relish my food, can recommend tho Vegctlno for
w lutt It lias dono for me.
Witness of the above.
Mr. (leu. M. Vuutflian, Mcdfonl, Mass,
Thousands mm bear tusilmon luml'lolt mjIiui
IjiiIIj) that Vegctlno Is the beat moltcul compuuml
vet placed tefore tho public fr renovating nnd pur
fylnjj the bltmd, eradicating all humorous impurities
or pi-Wonous necix-llons from llio sjstem, imitforu
t Ing and fetrenKthenlng tho system debilitated by
disease; In fact, It Is. as many liao called It, Tho
SAFE AND SURE.
Mr. n. It. Stevens;
In 1172 our Vomerine was recommended to me,
and yielding to the persuasions o! n me ml, I consent
ed to trv it-. At the time, 1 was HtiHerlnj; from
treneral debllltv and nervous nrnitmtinn' siimrin.
duccd by overwork and Irregular Habits. Its won
derful Htrengthenlnp nnd curative properties seem. 1
ed to affect my debilitated system from the first '
hum , uuu unutT ii persistent use 1 rnpiuiy recov
ered, gaining more than usual health aud good feel
Inc. Mnco then I have not hesitated tn d-Iva Vco-p. I
tine my most un qualified Indorsement as belnca
safe, auro and powerful agent in promoting health
ana restoring tho wasted stem to new life and I
energy. egetlne Is tho only medicine I use, and as
long us I llu I never expect to nnd a better.
120 .Monterey Street, Allegheny, Ta.
Veoktine thorouehlv eradicates everv kind nf hu
mor, nnd restores tho entire pystem to a healthy
Mho following letter from liev. o. W. VnmneM.
formerly pastor ot Uo Methodist Episcopal Church,
llydo l'ark, nnd at present settled la Lowell, must
eonv luce every onu w ho reads this letter of tlio won
derful curutlto qualities ot Vegettnensa thorough
eleonser and pumier of tho blouil .
Ill UK 1 AKK, .-I1AS3., EB. 13, 1S.O.
Mn. II. H. Stevens:
Dear r. Altoutten rears aco mv lienith f.iiie.1
thruugnthe depleting effects ot dyspepsia: nearly
a j ear later I was nttackeilby typhoid fever In Its
worst form, tt settled In my b.ick nnd took tho rorm
of a largo deep-seated abscess, which was llttecn
months In gathering. I had two surgical operations
by the best skill In tho nmtc but received no per
manent cure. I suffered 5rrc.1t pain at times and
was constantly weakened by n proruse discharge. 1
also lost small pieces of bono at different times.
Aiuuers ran on mus aoout seven years, tin May,
1S74. When a fliend recommended nintni-n 10 vnnr
olllconnd talk with louor the virtue, of Vecettne.
I did so, and by your kindness passed through 5 our
manufactory, noting the Ingredients, etc.. by which
j our remedy Is produced.
uy wuai 1 iuw auu neai u 1 guinea some conuuenco
I commenced taklnur It soon after, but felt worse
from Its effects; still 1 pcrscverd and hoon felt It was
benciltlng mo In other respects, Yet I did not see
the results I desired, till 1 had taken It faithfully for
a Uttlo more than a year, when tho difficulty In tho
buck was cured, and for nlno months I have enjoj ed
I havo In that tlmo t'fllnerl twentv.nvn wninrls at
flesli, being heavier than ever before In my lift, and
"waiHiici uiuio uuio wj peiiurui laoor man now.
During tho DO&t few weeks I had a scrofulous
SWCIUnL' as larco as mv first crather nn another rtnrr.
of mv bodv.
I took egotlno faithfully and removed It level
With the surface Inn mouth. 1 think I Khmihl have
been cured or my maUi truuble sooner If I had
taken larger doses, after hav tag become accustomed
to Its effect.
Let your patrons troubled with scrofula or kidney
disease understand that It takes tlmo to euro chron-
uiseoses, ami 11 tuey win patiently lake vcgotlne,
will, In my Judgment, euro thein.
v au great ouugaiions 1 am.
1 ours very truly,
(J. V. MANSFIELD,
Pastor of the Methodist Church,
'repareflliy H. R. Stevens, BosIod, Mass.
Vegetine is sold by all druggists.
WIIEHE TO ADVEI1TISE.
A. T. Stewart savs tho best advertising mediums
ho lias ever found '-ore tho old established organs of
mo two political parties, at the several county seats
throughout tho union. Ibese." he snvH "reach
every famllr of tho least account In their neverai
counties, and are more coretuUy read than any other
uuu wi jvuiu.ua. 11 ,jir. Diewuri, t, juujllieni, IS UI
value, mere is no ointcuity in deciding wntch paper
It Is for the Interest or businessmen taaiivertisin
Tho colcmbu Dehociut, upon which this paper Is
partially founded, was ttablLshed In Iho, und tho
Columuun now enjoys a wider circulation and
greater prosit ruy moo never tua. It goes week
ly Into two thousand families In Columbia, nsdnd.
Joining counties, and by most of them Is read from
tu-nrstio tuoiust line, it is me only recognised
exponent of nearly mo thousand Democratic vouth
In mo county. It elves advertisement, a fas-tv rltu-
pluy, that makes them attractive to Its patrons, thus
ensuring greater certainty mat they will perHso
them. While Its circulation Is undoubtedly mucn mo
largest In tho county, tho advertising rates of tho
Colchduh are no hleher than those of ether nanera
with barely half and several not one-fourth the num-
Der 01 suDscnDers. ructs lute mesa speaK for them
selves, no snrewa uusiness man wui netrlect tn in.
sert hts advertisements In the coleiieun tl
For Scrofula, and all
tcrofulous diseases, Erysi
pelas, Hose, or St. Antho
ny's Fire, Eruptions and
Eruptive diseases of tho
skin, Ulcerations of the
Liver, Stomach, Kidneys,
Lungs, Pimples, Pustules,
fvlioils, Blotches, Tumors,
M Tetter, Salt Hheum. Scald
W Head. Kiiicworm. Ulcers.
Sores, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Pain in
tlio liones, Sido and Head, Female
Weakness, Sterility, Leucorrhcea, arising
from iutenial ulceration, and Uterine
disease, Syphilitic and Mercurial dis
eases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Emaciation,
(Jcneral Debility, and for Purifying tho
This Sarsaparilla is a combination of
vegetablo alteratives Stillingia, Man
drake, Yellow Dock with tho Iodides
of Potassium and Iron, and is tho most
efficacious medicino yet known for
tlio diseases it is intended to cure.
Its ingredients aro so skilfully com
bined, that tho full alterative effect of
each is assured, and whilo it is so mild
11s to bo harmless even to children, it is
still so effectual as to purge out from the
system those impurities and corruptions
which develop into loathsome disease.
Tho reputation it enjoys is derived
from its cures, and tho confidence which
prominent physicians all over the coun
try reposo in it, prove their experience
of its usefulness.
Certificates attesting its virtues havo
accumulated, and are constantly being
received, and as many of these cases aie
publicly known, they furnish convincing
evidence of the superiority of this Sar
saparilla over every other alterativo
medicine. So generally is its superi
ority to any other medicitie known, that
wo need do no more than to assure tho
public that the best qualities it has ever
possessed are strictly maintained.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
VraetUut and Analultcal t'irt(fj.
solo ur all iniucauia lvluvwiilue.
Oct. 13, 1876-ly
O. A, II En KING
RESPECTFULLY announces to the public
that he has reopened
(old stand) uioorasburij, 1'a., at tho
roads, where all iteBcrfotloiia nf
leather will be made In the moat
ubetantlal and workmanlike manntr, and sold at
prices to bun tue umt-s. jho nig nebt price lacaaa
0 KEEN HIDES
ot every description in tlie country, TLe public pat
UJ 111, V la B'l'u,u nu..itvM
ran mnmva mmmg82mmmmti
The Columbian Printing Estab
lishment is amply supplied with
the necessary Presses, Types and
other material for executing all
kinds of Printing at low rates and
in the most expeditious and satis
CALL AT THE
OOUKT HOUSE ALLEY,
When special material is required
it will be promptly obtained.
Books and Pamphlets,
Hand-Bills and Dodgers,
argo and Small Posters,
Letter and Bill Heads,
Invelopes with Business Cards,
Bussiness, Pic Nic, Wedding and
iogrammes, Bills of Fare, &c.
Will all bo supplied and excubed
in superior style, at cheap
rates and short notice.
Tho best workmen aro empleyed
and tho best material will
always bo furnished.
A liberal Bhare of public patron
age is respectfully solicited.
Bloomsbueg, March 23. 1877.
BLOOMSBURG STATE NORMAL S0H00L
SIXTH NORMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
T. L; GRISWOLD, A.' M., M. D Principal.
TIllssciIOOL.aaatpresentconatltuted, oilers tho very best facilities for Professional and Classical learning;.
Hulldlngs spacious, lin Ulnff and commodious j completely heated by steam, well .cntltated, lighted by gas, and furnished with a bountiful supply ot puro.soit.
Location healthful, ana oas;
moderate. Flftv cents n w eel
jiy ui lux-eis. ioacners experienced, cmcicnt, ano ouvo iu wiuir wui n. untiiuun,
Fifty cents n week deduction to all expecting
courses ot study prcscriuca oy me stato :
I. Model School. II. Preparatory. Ill, Elementary. IV, Classical.
Adjunct Courses : 1. Academic. II. Commercial. III. Course in Muiic IV. Course ill Art. V. Course in Physical Culture.
The Klementary Sclpnttllc and Classical Courses aro PIIOFKSSIONAI,. ond Htudcnts irrailaatlng therein, rccclio Stato Diplomas, conferring the follqwln
corresponding Degrees s .Master ot tho Elements : Master
their nttalumeiits,, klgncd bv tho onicers of tho hoard of
The state renulresa higher order of cltienshlo. Tho'tlmes demand It. It n o'no of tho nrlmo objects of
gent nnd clllcleiit Teachers for her schools. To this ond
mid their talents, as students. To all such It promises
.lu.uinfui', niiurefis uiu i iiuvii'ui.
HON. WI1.I.1A.II i:i,Vl;l,l President Ilimrd
nepi. , 'io.-iy
Till! I.AT1XT STVI.1N IN
I3ST VIT-A-TIOISrS .
Prices lower than any House In tho Country.
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
WM. H. HOSKINS,
STATIONER A1MD ENRVER?
913 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
April 7, 'Tl.-tr.
HARM AN & HASSERT. Proprietors;
East Street, &011II1 NitlcoI'L. & SI. Itallnisul. Uloomsbuis, l'a.
Hespcotfully coll tho attention of tho public to tho following statements: They manufacture all kinds ot
IKON nntl iiicash CASTIMis. They mato the Celebrated original und IMPBOVED
Tvrr-)ixr'riinfii.- PLOWS, ubo all kinds of ICcuatrs, such asJIolUboarus J'omts, Ijiuuoijl-s
bona, handles, &c. 'i bey also indite
and arc prepared to f ui nlsh all kinds of repairs, such as tlrates. Flro llrlck, c, wbolesalo and retail. Thcj
make tho luii'imed ronUmitinu Urate lor thu l in. I'eiin nne, tho most economical (irate In use.
'I hey aic also prepared to furnish s. V ANDUllIST MILL JIAC11INKI1Y SHAFTINd, PULLEYMSc. The)
pay especial attention to the
Repairing of Threshing
Tho proprietors being practical mechanics, having hod
rely upon haUug nil work entrusted to t'em done in tho
uuu, xu, t t-ijr
EV STOCK OF CLOTHING.
Gentlemen's Dress Goods.
invites attention to his largoandelegantstock
Cheap and Fashionable Clotlrii,
at his Btoro on
MAIN STREET, IN THE NEW BLOCK,
where ho has lust received from Now York and Phil
adelphia a full assortment ot
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including the most fashionable, durable ana
AND OIL CLOTH,
COATS AND PANTS,
OF ALL SORTS SIZES AND COLORS,
Uo bos also replenished his already large stock or
CLOTHS AND CASS1MEHES,
AND FLAJN VESTS,
Ho has constantly on hand a large and well selcct-
od assortment ot
Cloths and Vestings,
which he la prepared to make to order .InW any kind
ot clothing, on very short notice, and in tho best
manner. All his clothing is made to wear and most
of It Is ot home manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JKWELHY,
OF EVERY DEStlltllTiON, FINE AND CHEAP.
H1SCASE OF JEWELRY IS NOT SURPASSED IN
CALL AND EXAMINE HIS GENERAL ASSORT
FACTS FOR THE PEOPLE.
Facta for the Parmer-Facta for the Merchant
FuCUfortho Horseman Facts for tho Stock. raiser
Facta tor tlio Poultry.keeper Facts tor the lie,
keeper Facta for the Lawyer Facts for tho Laborer
Facta for tlio Frult-ralser-Facta for the Oardcner
Facta tor U) Doctor Facta for the Dairyman
Facta lor tl Household-Facts for every fainuy who
wauia to buto iuouuj.
PACTS FOR AGENTS.
That this Is to most important advertisement for
you yet published, being tho beat chance to make
money ever offered. The presa endorses It, jour
own paper enaorbes 11, everyone cuiturecD iv.
Tho Book of the Ninotoenth Oentury.
Male and female agents coining money on It. Send
to usatoncoandgctclrcularafn. INURAM.SMITII
& UuAlft, 181 VI UluuT, auveif J UUOUC.UU1B, A U.
of access. Teachers cxnerleneed. cfilclcnt, and nllvo to their work. Discipline,
to teach. Students admitted at any time, liooms
of tho Sciences ; .Master ot the Classics. Uraduates
It solicits young persons ot good abilities and pood
aid In developing their powers, ami aounaant opportunities tor wen paiu i.ioor aiier icu ing oeuooi,
of Trn.l .
GO OK STOVES
Machines, Reapers, &c.
on ex-erleueo of over thirty years, tho publlcca
Best Manner and at Fair prices.
Important to Lawyers.
Justices of the Peace, Constubles, Executors, Ad
ministrators, tluardlan, Township officers, and uusi
ness men generally.
Wn hnvn nn linnd rv l.Trt'n nssnrlmpnt Of leiral
blanks for tho uso ot Attorneys, Justices and Con
stable's blanks of all kinds, Nolo and Receipt books
for Administrators c.
Precipe for Summons.
" " Rule to tako Depositions.
" " " chooso Arbitrators.
'I cents apiece, or 11.15 per hundred.
Petition for Appointment ot Guardian.
' ' Citatum
Ruloto tako Depositions.
Narr In Debt, with Confession,
"' " Assumpsit.
4 cents each or $3.C0 per hundred.
Petition for salo of Ileal KstiUe 8 centa each.
Bubpccnas, Summons, Warrants, Executions, 80 fo
l-eoscs 0 cents each
Iiluo Deeds 10
Parchment Deeds, IS " "
Agreements H.H c " "
OrnhanU Court Sales 20 for 1 60
constable's sales 3 cents each
Mortgage and llond ri "
AH kinds of Notes 1 "
lteeelnta. Notes, srhnol Ordrra. l'onr Orders. Store
Orders, neatly bound, constantly on hand, or made
10 uruer on suori nouce.
We are prepared to do neater Job wrk than anj
uuier imieu iu uus euumy.
11ROCKWAY & ELWELL,
Editors and 1'roprletors
TllOUiS II. llARTMAN,
TEAS, CANNED FRUIT,
Spices of all kinds, Glass & Qucensware,
Foreign and Domestio Fruits,
AND GENERAL LINE OF
Russell's Old Stand,
4th door below Market street, Moomsburs, l'a.
IV Goods delivered to alt parta of the town.
April ST, 17-tt
May 4, i;-3in
From this date the Moomsburg Gas Company will
put In tervlce pipes at nrst cost and f urnlah and act
mete s at four dollars each.
The company nave on band a lot ot cos tar suited
or palntlntr roofs, and poets or other timbers piacea
lTloo 10 centa per gallon or lao per barrel.
OO. 15.1S. U. W. MILLER.
la not easily t urned la these times but It
can be made In three mouths by anyone
of either tcx. in any part of the country
LOlBullllnir to work steadily at tho employment
that we rurmuu. scorer wtekinjour owu town.
ou need not be away from home over night, you
can Klvoj our nhoto time to tho work, oroniy your
Bpare momenta. Iicosia noiuingio try uio ousi.
nefcs. Terma and tJ outfit free. Address at once,
11. iuujitt co., 1'oruonu, Maine.
Feb. l 'II lyr. .
I Adopted by all the queena of fashion. Send for
( irouiar. t:, 1VINS, f
0. iwJSNoiih Fifth street.
utv.e, IO-1.IU d u
At tue Columbian Office
firm but kind, uniform and thorough. Expenses
uuu uuvivuiu, uuuu. .
reserved when desired.
in the other Courses rcceivo Normal Lcrtllicatcs 0
this ScUool to help to secure It, by furnishing Intelli
purposes, thoso who deslro to Impnrto their lime
C'OI,. .1. i
Tiiorouoiily Cures Diseases or the Skin,
ileautifles the complexion, prevents
and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout,
Heals Sores and Abrasions of the
Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion.
This Standard External Remedy for Erup
tions, Sores and Injuries of the Skin, not only
REMOVES FROM THE COMPLEXION ALL IlLEM
1SIIES arising from local impurities of the
blood and obstruction of the pores, but also
those produced by Ihe sun and wind, such as
tan and freckles. It renders the CUTICLE
MARVELOUSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH and PLIANT,
and being a wholesome beautifier is far
preferable ti. any cosmetic.
All the hemedial advantages ofSul
niUR JlAilts arc insured iiv the use of
Glenn's Sulphur Soap, which in addi
tion to its purifying effects, remedies and pre
vents Rheumatism and Gout.
It also DISINFECTS CLOTHING and LINEN
and PREVENTS DISEASES COMMUNICATED UY
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 Sake; per
Box (3 Cakes). 60c. and $1.20.
N. E The 50 cent cakes nre triple the sue of those at
"11ILIS HAIR AND WHISKER DYE,"
Illack ur Ilnmn, 30 Cenl
t S. CWTTESTOS, Prop'r, 7 Siith Av., U.
Oct. 20, TO.-ly,
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
Tlio Albrecht & Co. Tiakos aro
first-class in every respect, being con
sidered tlio leading Philadelphia
make by musicians nntl competent
judges. Through their extensive
facilities, Messrs. Alrrecht & Co.
nro enabled to turn out instruments
that aro not surpassed anywhere, and
still sell them at prices within tho
reach of all. No Piano is permitted
to lcavo their factory unless satisfac
tory to tho most mmuto particular,
henco their guarantee of five years
is a thing of value. All late im
provements of importance aro found
in theso instruments.
Messrs. Alhrecht & C0. havo re
ceived tho most flattering Testimo
nials from L. M. Gottscimlk, Franz
Aiit.Giistave Satter, J.F. Himmels
iiach, William Wolsieffeu and
many other eminent artists, besides
being able to refer to thousands of
private purchasers, schools, semi
naries, societies and teachers.
Pianos conscientiously selected per
orders by mail, carefully packed and
shipped safely toany part of tho world.
Hay-Far further particulars as to
references, prices and terms, address,
610 Arch Street, Philadelphia. .
PUACTICAl, I'l.iXO flIAKEIl,
.TUNER AND REIMIItEK.
FIRST CLASS PIANOS AND OIIOANS FOK 8ALH.
SECOND HAND PIANOS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
ORDER BY MAIL PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
T. D. Kellogg's Advta.
PRINTING INK CO.,
BEST AND CHEAPEST
PRINTING INK IN THE MARKET,
Aug. II, ic-isw k
BLANK NOTKf.witli orwitliout eiemptloi
Cor tab) at the COLCnallx Ofltce..
rosTKits, to., to.,
Neatly -".aply printed at UieOoLUM
11.11 ij-ma "'
RAIL ROAD TIMETABLES
IIILADIOM'IIA AND llKAWNG IlOAl)
AKKANGEMKNT OF PAIt'SEXm-n
July IK, 19T0.
TtlAINfl LKAVK ItCrKRTASfOIlOWB (f fSMV rCHl
I'or Now York, I'litlndelpliln, Itondlnp, 1'ottsuita
Ttunnqua, &c 11,113 n. 111
For CiUiivtlssn, 11,1m 11. tn. nnl 7,80 p. m.
For VIUI.imsport,o,Ml,3l a. in.nna 4,00 p. i,
T11AINSFOK KCrillT LKAVK AS r01.t,0H, (SCNDAT El
Lenvo New York, 8,4.1 a. in.
Invo l'litlailrlpliln, 0,16 n. m.
Lcavo Itcadlnir, 11,8 m., rottsvlllc. ls.tr. r,
nutl Tnmnqun, 1,80 p. m.
Leave Untawlttn, o,so o,!s a. m. nntl 4,00 p. m.
Leave .Vllllatn8poi 1 ,0,2 a.m.12,00 m. and S,co p m
raiHcngcrs 11 r.d from New York mi m.h.'h.
plila iro tlirouyii w Itliout change ot cars.
J. U. WOOTTniY,
C. tl, HANCOCK. Manager.
(iencrat Ticket Agent.
Jan. 11, Hictf.
On and after November 20th, 1ST3. trains win i,.,,.
BUN11URY as follows 1
KrlaMall6.20a. m.,arrlvolSimlra 11 so
" Cauandalgua... 8.30 p. m
licnovo accommodallonll.loa. in. arrlvo Williams
rtic.ee p. m.
F.lmlra Mall 4.16 a. m., arrive Elmlrn lo.so a. m
Ilullalo K.ipress 7.15 a. m. arrlvo lluffalo 8.60 a. m
Ilullalo Express s.to a. m. arrlv 0 llorrlsburjr 4M 0. m
ElmlraMall 11.15 a. m., arrlvo Ilnrrtbbunr i.r,op. m
" llaltlmoro 0.80 "
" Washington 8.30 "
Ilarilsburg accommodation 8.40 p. m.arrho Harris
arrlvo Haltlmoro 2.2.1 a. in
" Washington 0.13 "
Erie Mall 1?.M a. m. arrive Ilarrlsburg 3 115 a. in.
... , " Washlngtou 10.35 "
All dally except Sunday.
V. M. 110YD, Jr., Oeneral Passenger Age n
A. J. CASSATT, General Manage
DEL A WA 11 E, LACKAWANNA
Tlmo-Tablo No. to, Takes effect at 4:30 A. .M
MONDAY, NOVEMUER 22 1ST5.
p.m. p.m. n.m
a.m. p in. p.tn
S OA iI,S 0 4S
9 33 2 20 0 S
sin a Si
2 31 6 J5
2 3( 0 43
2 40 0 to
2 62 0 65
r, 45 2 si
0 111 2 42
11 1.1 2 3')
11 09 2 2!i
0 02 2 .9
5 MS 2 13
0 62 2 10
3 45 SIS
4 HI S 25
4 15 8 45
4 21 S t5
4 ID 0 03
....Ueucli II at en..
4 37 C 50
4 41 C 55
4 40 7 2IJ
4 6, 7 (13
5 12 7 41)
6 03 7 45
6 14 7 62
6 20 A r.ti
12 26 B 33 8 23
12 32 5 47 8 40
12 30 S 62 8 47
12 61 0 19 9 15
P.m. p.m. a.m.
Superintendent's Otllce, Scranton, Dec. 10, lifts.
M. C. SLOAN & BRO.,
Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Sleighs,
PLAH OItM WA(IONS,&C.
Flrst-clasa work always on hand.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
Prices reduced to suit tUo times.
Jon, 5, 1877-tt
The Columbian Law Docket.
A complete record for the uso ot attorneys. Con
veniently arranged for the docketlnp; of all cases
containing SOO pages, with doublo Index. This 13
tlio most complete book for lawyers that Is pub.
Published by Brockway & Elwell
Editors and Proprietors of the COLUMBIAN,
AT THE OFFICE OF,
733 Smsom St., PHILADELPHIA,
Mlio nro oar authorized ngenta, nod win
rccclro Ailvertlbementa at our
LOWEST OASU JtATUS.
J. REYNOLDS & SON,
Thirteenth and Filbert StH.
Manufacturers or Patented
WromliUron Air-Tight Heaters
With KlmkluK nud (.'llnker-Crliiillaif (irutm lur
Uurnlnn Anthracite ur llltunilnoii C'uul
FOR BITUMINOUS COAL,
Coohlnff Ranges, Low-down Orate,
Descriptive Circulars sent fkeb to any addresa.
EXAMINE 11EFORE SELECTING,
April S7, IT-ly a & s
GLAZING AND PAPEWK'G,
F. BODINE. Iron Street below .
ond, Bloomsburg, l'a., Is prepared to do l
PATER HANG NG
Ifotlco 6ert Btyle5' 4t l0W6stlPrlci &n1 atsuOrt
cilugo8nbuieieauCllwrlctol0 wU1 BaT" taon'r
S0AujSrlt warranted to glva satisfaction.
WM. P. BODINE.