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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBtJK, COLtJMStA COl NTY, PA.
Continual from lttpaje.
"Tut, tut," lie interrupted, closing lier
moulli with Ills Lund, which riiefclwcdjium
bly, devotedly. "Dou'tjnu lllliil: 1 guessed
nil tvlien I found the key lu tlie.lock of the
(Mcrltolro? the nefvom prostration In which
I found you, I taslly traced to the true
source? Voa't I know nil about bluobcard's
chamber, etc? I am sorry tho knowledge
ntiojtdhave oomo to you In the manner it
did," ho continued more gravely ( "but now
I must positively foibld you not to speak
any more, or I shall leavo the room, and not
com A In again for, oh 1 ever so long. And
you, wouldn't like that, eh ?
"Qniy.ono word more, lterlte, and I will
be aa good as a mouse. Will It be difficult
for y6u to refund that money? You know
I have tome jewels and "
"Mercy on us! Was there ever such n
chatterbox I lie easy, dear love," ho wliU
pern! fondly ; "I nm In a position to meet
the loss, mid now will youbeipilel? Isro
I bin 1 1 have to leave the room."
Half laughing, half crying, Margaret tried
her hardest to follow hit injunctions, liut
tho wistful, appealing glance of her eyes that
followed him everywhere left him uo other
choice than to allow her to put just one more
question that ho saw left her nn peace.
"Well," he Interrogated, shaking his bead
at her as If he gavo her up as Incorrigible
"Dear dear Bertie I say you forgive me.
I will never, never doubt your word again.
This bas been our first quarrel, but I call on
heaven to witness, it sball be our last. Ob,
say you forgive me say you forgive me I"
He stooped duvu and whispered something
in her ear, with which she was apparently
quite satisfied ; for, with a radiant smile and
hlsdear hand fast locked in liers, she pres
ently fell nsleep. Tho doctor's prediction
proved true. In another week Margaret was
able to be about again, though It was some
tituo bofore she quite recovered the use of
her bands. Bertie soon settled up the trouble
some business affair, and was home again of
nn evening as punctually as the most tyran
nical of wives could have desired; not that
Margaret ever fell back Into the old error
She had suffered too severely for it, and
though, through the continued course of a
long conjugal life sorely tried, never forgot
the vow she had taken. It was a long tlmo
after her recovery that Bertio gradually
broke the news that, on tho very night of
her accident, her scapegrace brother had
been killed in a railway accident on the
Central Pacific Itnad though without n ves
tige of his ill-gotten wealth being found
Following a Trail.
One of the most remarkable features of
uncivilized life is the power savages show of
tracking men and beasts over Immense dis
tances. Many travelers have spoken of this
as something almost miraculous, yet It Is only
the result of careful observation of certain
well-known signs; and we have here
before us a collection of very common-sense
hints on the subject In countries like ours
every trace, or foot-print or wheel-track on
roads and paths is soon, obliterated or hope
lessly confused ; but it is. otherwise in the
wilderness where neither man nor beast can
conceal his track. In Kadirland, when'cat
tle are stolen, if their footprints are traced
to a village, the headman is held responsi
ble for tbem, unless be can show the same
track going out. A wagon track in a new
country is practically indelible. "More es
pecially says our author, "this is the case if
a fire sweeps over the place immediately al
er, or if a wagou passes during or after a
prairie fire. We have known a fellow travel
ler recognize in this manner the tracks bis
wagon had made seven years before, the
lines of charred stumps crushed short down
remaining to indicate the passage of the
wheels, thougb all other impressions bad
been obliterated by the rank annual growth
of grass twelve feet high." Sometimes the
original soil being disturbed new vegetation
will spring up along the wagon track, and
thus mark out the road for miles. Even on
a hard rock a man's bare toot will leave the
dust caked together by perspiration, so that
a practiced eye will see it ; and even if there
is no tracka stone will bedlsturbed here and
there, the side of the pebble' which has lain
long next the ground being turned up,
Chamber j Journal,
Toe Crave cf Gray, the Poet
The, .ride of five miles from Windsor to
Stoke Pogis is lovely, through shaded Eng
lish lanes and Bweet smelling hedgerows and
rural gardens. We did not go to the village
for that was not our .objective point ; it was
nt the entrance to the church-yard we
stopped the church-yard that contains the
mortal remains of Thomas Gray, the one
which inspired bis immortal "elegy" writ
ten in sight of it, if not in it Beside the
slab which marks the last resting place of
the poet is one which covers tho remains of
his mother, and it is somewhat singular that
while the latter is overrun with ivy, that of
the poet is quite bare ; perhaps vandals have
taken it away. It is a spot where a poet,
one would think, might rest so sweet, so
quiet, so peaceful; the religious little church
like a stone sentinel, keeping guard and
holding it in perfect security. How full of
heart memories this wonderful England is I
Whichever way yeu turn you seem to be
met by the ghosts of buried friends, to whom
you stretch nut your arms and plead for that
closer companionship that dearer relation
ship which crossing the sea,lt seemed should
ve yielded you, Jennie June.
Of.all the strikers tbe negroes were tbe
moetrtiiping. They went up and down the
levee at St. Louis and refused to permit any
vessels to leave until tbe captains ircreascd
their wages sixty to a hundred per cent.
What an outburst of sympathy for the down
trodden race there would be from the organs
if this had bappeued in VIclsburg. Timet.
In attempting to carve a fowl one day a
gentleman found, considerable difficulty in
separating Itsjoints, and exclaimed against
tbe man who bad sold bim an old hen for a
young chicken. "Sly dear," said the on
raged man's wife, "'don't talk so much about
tbe aged and respectable Mr, B.; he planted
the first bill of corn that' was planted In
our town." "I know that," said the bus
band, "and I believe this beu scratched it
Soaki.su op Repentance. The only
equivalent In tbe Japanese language for tbe
hnglltb word baptism or Immersion Is soak,
ing. , A ludicrous Illustration of Its applies,
tion Is tbe following from tbe Baptist trans
lation of tbe Bible Into tbe Japanese, which
that good orthodox, tbe Aliance, says great
ly astonished the Japs: "In those davs
came Johu, the soaker, preaching the soak
ing of repentance. Itepent und be soaked
every one of you."
Fanny Davenport, tbe actress, has been
visiting lilackwell'i Island, to study misery,
If Fanny wants to contemplate misery in IU
highest1 and broadest sense, she should watch
a man pinning a fourteen-Inch collar on a
Salt for Slock'.
I am glad to see the subject of salt agita
ted again, My experience In lite milk bus
iness is decidedly in favor of a free use of
salt for rows giving mill:, both summer and
winter. One winter I fed from a mow of
bay that bad been salted when It was put
In the barn, and did not think it necessary
to feed salt In addition. After that was
gone, I fed bay that was not salted. Tho
milk decreased in quantity day after day,
and for two weeks I wondered what was tho
matter, when suddenly I remembered that
the cows wero having no salt I commenced
feeding salt regularly, and lu a few days
they were up to their usual quantity of milk.
I now keep salt where they have access to it
Much of the milk of this neighborhood is
sold to a condensing factory. Tho company
U very particular about the quality of the
milk they receive. One farmer that I
know, alter having a great deal of fault
found with hU milk, finally received notice
from tho company that unless ho sent bet
ter milk than he bad been sending for a few
weeks, they would not receive It. Not
knowing what the difficulty was, nor how
to remove It, he consulted a neighbor, who
told him to give his cows plenty of salt.
They had none for a month. He did so,
and there was no more fault found with the
milk. The company In examining tho
milk, depend mainly on the lactometer,test
ing the specific gravity, and the glass tubes
show the percentage of cream.
Some years ago, whilo on a hunting ex
cursion in tho Adirondack woods, I was told
by my guido that the hunters there some
times prepare what they call n "salt lick."
They throw a quantity of salt on tho ground
at some convenient place in the woods, and
during the summer the deer of tho neighbor
hood get in tho habit of going there frequen
tly to lick the salt. When bunting time
comes In tho fall, the hunter conceals him
self at a convenient point, and shoots the
deer as they come after salt. And my guide
Insisted that the deer found near a "salt
lick'' are always fatter than those killed
some miles distant If he was right, it would
seem to show that wild as well as domestic
animals thrive better with salt. C. E. Sen
ton, in Chimin Gentleman.
Fractured lione in a Horse.
A horse going six miles an hour went in
to a bad place iu the road, on getting
through which he walked fifty rods, and
then beginning to trot,stopped suddenly and
held out one fore foot, on which he rested
since. In forty hours it swelled up from
the hoof almost to the fetlock. It was lanc
ed, and about a teaspoonful of blood came
from the orifice.
This is not uncommon occurrence in a
horse tliat makes a faulty step into an unex
Oftentimes tbe fracture is at first but par
tial, and the bones are held together by the
strong investing ligaments, bo that no dis
placement, no distortion nor grating are to
be detected. If tbe fracture does not ex
tend to the pastern joint there will be a
good prospect for recovery, and all that is
wanted will be to keep the part wrapped in
cold wet bandage until the marked tender
niss or pressure has subsided, and then ap
ply a smart blister round the front and sides
of the pastern. Tbe blister will operate
better than splints in keeping the part still
and it may be repeated if necessary when
the effects of the first pass off. Use two
drams of cantharides well mixed In one
ounce lard. Recovery is often retarded in
such cases by giving gentle exercise when
the horse is not very lame, whereas the un
ion of the bones cannot be expected so long
as motion is kept up. In a case to bad as
the present it would be well to place slings
under the patient, bo that he may not bo
able to lie down, but may rest in tbe Blings
if he chooses. If the lino of tenderness on
tbe front of the pastern evidently leads into
the feltlock joint above or the pastern joint
below, it may be considered beyond remedy,
as recovery will only take place with a stiff
joint from bony deposit, or at least tbe
movements of the joint will be bo much im
paired that tbe subject will be practically
useless. A mare or stallien may be pre
served for breeding purposes under such cir
cumstances, but a gelding had better be de
From an article on this subject in the
Scientific American, was condensed the fol
lowing items : "I understand very well, as
probably every man does who handles milk,
that there is a wide difference in tbe com
position of pure milk, especially in the mat
ter of the percentage of butter. All milk is
richer iu September than in June, and it
varies in this respect in different seasons in
the same herd or cow. The cow that is
fleshy gives milk richer in butter than the
cow that Is thin and poor. Ono that has
reached her full maturity gives better milk
than she did before she reached that age.
A cow that is gaining flesh day by day gives
a richer milk than a cow that is losing it
gradually. Experience baa taught me that
a cow's milk very deficient in butter often
fattens a finer calf than that of a flrat-clasn
butter cow. A man cannot procure milk
profitably for any purpose without feeding
bis cows liberally with good, sound, healthy
nutritious tood. It requires a certalu
amount of food to supply the demands of
nature. All above that amount which she
will take and assimilate will be converted
Into milk and flesh. The herd should be
kept warm in winter and fed and watered
with regularity. This diet should be varied
as much as convenience will allow."
Kerosene for Squash Hugs.
A correspondent of the New England
Ihnner says in relatlou to using kerosene
oil to exterminate squash bugs: "Two years
ago I had a fine lot of Hubbard squash
vines iu my garden, and was anticipating a
handsome yield, when suddenly, I observed
here and there patches in which the leaves
began to turn yellow and then brown, and
on examination I found them covered with
this roost annoying pest, I Immediately be'
gan trying piaster, men asnes, taen gas
lime, but to no purpose. They were too
numerous and the vines too luxuriant to
attempt tbelr destruction by band. I was
about giving up the battle when it occurred
to mo that I would try what virtue there
was in kerosene. I took a pan of ashes
(holding perhaps six quarts,) and seized the
lamp-filler, I poured on enough of that fluid
to moisten the ashes and fill them with a
strong perfume, but not to convert into
paste. I threw several handfuls Into each
spot where the enemy was It work. Of
course I watched the result curiously and
anxiously. After a day or two I observed
that there was no increase of tbe leprous
blotches In tbe squash bed. I made a care
ful inspection, and found that the mlscre
auU bad retreated. After that I kept up
the treatment whenever I saw indications of
a new attack, JJut l bad no occasion for
seven' exercise on this account."
Mnny whs nrc- Nuirrrln
from tho err cols or the warm weather anrt are doblll
talert, aro athlscd by physicians totako modcrato
amounts of whisky two or throe times during the
dsy. In a Uttlo while those who adopt this advice
frequently Increase tno number ot "drtnua" and la
course of lime becorao continued Inebriates. A bev
erage which will not create thirst for Intoxicating
liquors, and which ts Intended especially for the
benefit ot debilitated persons, whether at home or
abroad. Is Dr. schenck'a Sea Weed Tonlo. Contain
ing the Juices of many medicinal herbs, this prepa
ration does not create an appctltofor tho Intoxica
ting Cup. Tho nourishing and tho llfo supporting
properties of many Valuable natural productions
contained In It and well known to medical men havo
a most strengthening influence. Aslngtabottloot
the tonlo will demonstrate Its valuable qualities. For
debility arising from sickness, over exertion or from
any causo whatever, a wtneglassful ot Sea Weed
Tonlo taken after meals will strengthen ths stom
ach ana create, ah appetite tor wholesome rood. To
all who are about tearing their homes, wo destro to
say that the excellent effects ot Dr. Schenck's sea
sonable. remedies, Sea Weed Tonlo and Man
drake 1111s, are particularly evident when taken
by Uioso who are Injuriously affected by a
change ot water and diet No person should leave
homo without taking a supply ot thoso safeguards
along. For salo by all iJrugglsts. aug.
REV. J. P. LUDLOW WHITES t
ITS Baltic street, Brooklyn, N. Y
Nov. 14. 1S74.
IT. It Ntxvens, Esq.,
Dear sir, From personal benefit received by its
use. as well as f rompersonal knowledge of those cureB
ha e thereby seemed almost miraculous. I can most
heartily and sincerely recommend Hie Vegetlne for
the complaints which It Is claimed to cure.
JAMES P. LUDLOW,
Late Pastor calvary liaptlst Church.
SHE BESTS VELL.
sotrrn Found, Mi., Octh 11, lSTo.
Mr. If. 11. Stivkns;
Dear sir 1 have been sick two years with tho
liver comDlalnt. and durlnir that tlmo have taken a
frreat many different medfclnes but none of them
did me any good. I was rentiers nights and had no
nppeuto. RTnco taking the Vegetlne I rest well and
relish my food. Can recommend tho Vegetlno for
wnai n nas aone ror me.
l ours respectrniiy.
MltS. ALUKHT IltCKER.
Witness of tho above.
Mas. Utuaoi M. VioouiN.
Good for tho Children,
Boston IIouk, 14 Tyler street,
BOSTOX, April, 1875.
It. It. RTcrniHs,
Dear sir, Wo feel that tie children In our home
havo been trreatlv benefitted bv thoYecretlne vou
have kindly given us from time to tlm, especially
uiuse iivuuib nuu tuts ocruiiua.
Mrs. N. WOKMELL, Matron.
REV. O. T. WALKER SAYS:
Pkovidinci, K, I., ICi Transit street.
II. K. Stxvkns, Esq.
I feel bound to exnress with mr ale-nature the hltrh
value I nlace UDOn vourVetretlne. My family have
used It tor the last two years. In nervous debUtv It
ts Invaluable, and I recommend It to all who may
need an Invigorating, renovating tonic.
O. T. WALKER,
Formerly rastor ot Bowdoln-square chureu,
Nothing Equal to it.
Sotrrn Salkh, Mass., Nov. 14, 1S7.
Ma. II. It. Stivkns ;
Dear Sir I havo been troubled with Mcroftita. nan.
kcrand Liver Comnl.iiiitifor thren TeHra. Nuthincr
ever did m uny good until I commcuced uslf youf
VEUKTINK. I Hm now getting along IlrbtTute, and
still using the VKOMiNE. I consider Uieia Is noth
ing equal to it for such complaints, can heartily re
commend It to everybody.
l ours truly,
.Mrs. LIZZIE M. PACKARD.
Nu. IS Laraugo St., south Salem, Jl ass.
Itecorumend It Heartily.
Bear Sir. I have taken several bottles of vour Veer-
eune, andamennttneed It Is a valuable remedy tor
Dyspepsia. Kidney cmplalnt. and Uenend Debility
ot the system, -1 can heartily Tdcommend It to all
sufferers from the above complaints.
Mrs. MUNROB PARKER.
Prepared by H. R. Stevens, Boston, Mass.
Vegetine is sold by all druggists.
WHERE TO ADVERTISE.
A. T. Stewart says the best advertising mediums
9 bas ever found -are the old established organs of
le two rolttlcal parties, at the several county seats
throughout the union." "These," he says "reach
every family of the least account In their rav?.!
counties, and are more c&ref ully read than any other
class ox Journals." If Mr. Stewart's Judgment Is or
vaiua, uieru la uu uuiivmiy ,u ueciainir wu
It Is for the Interest of bu&lness men to adt
The Columbia Uiuochat, upon which this paper Is
partially founded, was established In 1S34. and the
Comwbun now enjoys a wider circulation and
ercaier proFremy man it ever did. it goes week,
ly Into two thousand families in Columbia anil ail.
Joining counuos, and by most or them is read from
mnrsito meiast une. Jtis the only recognised
exponent or nearly nve thousand Dercocratlo voters
In the county. It dvea advertiKementA a tfttv hik.
play, that makes them attractive to its patrons, thus
ensuring greater certainty that they wui peruse
them, while its circulation Is undoubtedly much the
largest lu the county, the advertising rates of the
Columbian are no higher than Lhasa of nt her naner
with barely half e nd several not one-fourth the num-
oer oi Buuucnoers. acts nice ineso speair ror them
selves. J.'o fchrewd bualneba man will necloct to In-
sen his aa enucments in the L'olcmjlln tt
For Diseases of the
Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs, Colds,
Tho reputation it hat attained, In consequence of
the marvellous dues It has produced during the
last half century, is a sufficient aisuraucc to the
public that it will continue to realize the liapplctt
remits tliat can be deiircd. la almoit every
section of country lliero are persons, publicly
knon u,who have beeu restored from alarming and
cyeu desperate diseases of the lungs, by Its use.
All to ho have ti led lt,acknou ledge lis superiority;
and where Its virtues are knonji, no one kcfitates
as to what medicine to employ to i clievo tho dis
tress and suffering peculiar to pulmonary affec
tions. Chkhky l'txTOiui. always affoids in
stant relief, and performs inpld euros of the
ralldeMarletiesofbrouclilal disorder, as well as
the more formidable diseases ot Ihe lungs.
As usufe'iuid lu children, Biuldlho distress
ing dUeates u hlch betel tho Tin oat and Chest of
Childhood, It i Invaluable ; for, by Its timely use,
multitude are rescued and l ettoi eel to health.
ThU medicine gains fi lends nt every trial, jis
the euros It is coaHantly producing are too' 're
markable to lie forgotten, 2s'o family should bo
without It, and thoje who have once used it
Xmiucnt riiyslclans throughout the country
prescribe it, and Clergymen often recommend It
from their knowledge of Hi effects.
Dr. J, C. AYER & CO,, Lowell, Mass.,
Practical und Analrtilsl Chemist.
SOU! UY MA. DUUUUlblS liVfUVWIICICK.
Oct. IS, 1816-ly
g. a. iiEnniNG
U ESPECTFUI.LY announces to the public
XI that be baa reopened
(old stand) Bloomsburr, Pa., at tba
'orksotthe Ksny and Llirbt street
roads, where all descriptions of
leather will ba mada In Ll.B moat
w. w V. . J
substantial and workmanlike manner, and sold at
prices (0 suit the times. The highest price la cash
wui afc Ml umca va puiu tur
rr description tn the country,
eli respocu uliy solid Led,
iBuAurg, Oct. 1, tsi-
The public pat
The Columbian Printing Estab-
ishment is amply supplied with
tho 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
COURT HOUSE ALLEY,
When Bpecial material is required
it will be promptly 'obtained.
Books and Pamphlets,
Hand-Bills and Dodgers,
Large and Small Posters,
Letter and Bill Heads,
Envelopes with Business Cards,
BuBsiness, Pic Nic, Wedding and
Programmes, Bills ot Fare, &c.
Will all bo supplied and excuted
in superior style, at cheap
rates and short notice.
The best workmenaro employed
and the best mateirial will
A liberal sharf of public patron
age is resj-ectfully solicited.
BwowifiMO, Much 23. 1877
BLOOMSBURG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NORMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rev. D. J. WALLER, Jr., A. M., Principal.
Tills SCHOOL, ns'atprcsant constituted, orfcrstheverybestfacllltlesfor Professional and Classical loamlnc. , ... , . ,.. ,
Hulldlnirs snaclous. Invltlnc and commodious : completely heated by steam, well ventilated, llchtcd by cas, and f urrljhcd with a bountiful supply or pure.son
" .:YU . r- ... . . . .
loderate. vuty cents a wock deduction to all expecting to teach, students admitted at any tlmo. ltooms
Courses ot study prescribed by tho state :
I. Model School. II. Preparatory. III. Elementary. IV, Classical.
Ailiunct Courses t I. Academic. Il.Conimerclal. III. Course In Music. IV. Coarse In Art
liocauon neaitnrui. anu easy or access, raacners expcrienceu, eineienu rum nuvu w eueir wynt. xjisciuuuv,
Tho Elementary, sclontlflc and Classical Courses
corresponding Degrees ; Master ot the Elements : Master
lueir aiuunmcnis,, Blueu vy turc viuecio ui tun uuaiu
Tho state requlrosa higher order of cltlienahlp. The times demand It, It la one of the prime objects ot this school to help to secure it, by furnisning nieui-1
gent and efilclent Teachers for her Schools.. Tothtsendlt solicits young persons ot good abilities and good purposes, thoso who deslro to Improve their tlmo 1
and their talents, as students. To all such It promises aid In developlngtheir powers, and abundant opportunities for well paid labor after leaving School. For I
Catalogue, address tho Principal.
HON. WII.I.LAJII lil.lVi;i.I
Sept. 8, T.-ly
HARMAN & H ASSERT, Proprietors;
East Street, South sldcofl.. & . IlnIlroa(1,HIooiii8burg, Pa.
'rtoinoctfuUy call tho attention of tbe public to Uie
MONTBOSE PlOWS, also all kinds ot ltepalrs, Buch as Mold Boards PoEtsTLanOsWes
Colts, handles, dc. They also maxe .
BEATING AND COOK STOVES
and are prepared to furnish all kinds ot repairs, such as Urates. Fire Brick, &c, wholcsalo and retail. They
make the Improved Conlnvlnir 41raie tor the Win. l'enn stove, the most economical (Irate In use.
They are also prepared to furnish SAW AND (J1U3T MILL MAUIIINEltY SI1APTINO, PULLEYS, c. They
pay especial attention to tho
Repairing of Threshing Machines; Reapers, &c.
The proprietors being practical mechanics, having had an cxrerlence of over Udrty years, tho publlcca11
rclv upon having all work entrusted to them done In the Best Manner and at Fair prices.
Then Buy N. Y. ENAMEL PAINT OO.'S
and save one-third the cost of painting, and get a paint that Is much handsomer, and will
LAST TWICE AS LONG AS ANY OTHER PAINT.
Is nrcDared ready for use In white or any color desired. Is on many thousands ot the finest buildings
In thu country, manv of which have been painted six years, and now looxas weuas wnenurai. paiuuju
-iiKMir-AT. tjttN-r has taken First PKEMIUM8 at twenty of tho State Fairs of tho Union. Samplecardol
pnlnr-iHpntfrpA- AUUreSa N. Y.
ELDElt & SON, Agents 1311, Marxet street, Philadelphia,
EW STOCK OP CLOTHING.
Gentlemen's Dress Goods
Invites attention to his large andelegantstock
Cheap an! Moiialile ClotliiDE,
at his store on:
MAIN BTREKT, IN THE NEW BLOCK,
where he has tustrecelvcd from New York and Phil
adelphia a full assortment ot
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including the most fashionable, durable and
AND OIL CLOTH,
COATS AND PANTS,
OF ALL SORTS SIZES AND COLOH8,
He has also replenished his already large stock of
CLOTHS AND CASS1MERE8,
AND PLAIN VESTS,
Uo has constantly on hand a large and well select
ed assortment ot
Cloths and Vestings,
"which he ts prepared to make to order into any kind
ot clothing, on very short notice, and In tna best
manner. All his clothing Is made to wear and most
of tt Is of home manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Or EVERT DESCRIPTION, PINE AUD CHEAP.
ms case or jewelry i not surpassed in
CALL AND EXAMINE BIS GENERAL ASSORT
A UDITOR'P NOTICE.
OTATl OF JUKT hWOm, MOD.
The undersigned Auditor appointed to make dls
Administrator to and among the pajUtifj UUa
tnereio, wui am uu iu iw uui
at tha oineu of F ieio Kverl
fl.A lltli riuv nf AurUBLlS7Ti aL
and where all perwma tuning claims we requested
to nreaent the same before LUeAudlLoror .be debarr
ed Irpu. coming to for a share o JJldi H"1", y
July IS.187T-4W Auditor,
0F EVERY DE8RIPTI0N
At the Columbian Orn(
. . . ,, .
are PltOKBSSIONAL, and students graduating therein,
ot tho sciences ; Master of tho Classics, uraauatos
ui 1 1 unujes.
following statements! They manufacture all kinds of
j&rt Aajii. i-Aini uw.. ito nunc ouwi, a.. ., v. M
I.. VI UK......
July 87, tt-ly
TllOVAC B. IIAKTUAM.
TEAS, CANNED FRUIT.
Spices of all kinds, Glass & Queensware
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
AND GENERAL LINE OF
Russell's Old Stand,
sth door below Market atrcet, Bloomsburg, Pa.
fear Goods delivered to all parts ot tbe town.
April W, 17-tf
May 4, 'TT-3m
Prom this date tho Bloomsburg Oas Company will
put In service pipes at first cost and furnish and bet
uuiqiv ui iour aiuiara eacu.
'me company nave on nana a 101 or cas tar nuueu
or painting roots, and posts or other timbers placed
moe iu cents per gauon or a.oo pel
oc. 16,10- 6.
PRACTICAL PIANO MAKER
TUNER AND REPAIRER.
FIRST CLASS PIANOS AND OliOANS FOTl SALE.
SECOND HAND PIANOS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
OilDEIt BY UA1L PROMPTLY EXEOUTED,
The Seaside Library.
Choice books no longer for the few only. The best
standard novels within the reach of every one.
iiooks usually soldlfronill Lolfs given (unchanged
and unabridged) for 10 and so rents.
1, Bast LYimcliy Mrs. Ilenrr Wood double no.soo
s. John Ualivax, jht, byMlesMulock. hoc
8. JankKvkv, by Charlotte tiroute (double no.) HOC
A, A WOMAN jiatbk, tuanea licuuen iew uum
a. TllK iilack 1NU1ES, juiea verse a laieat.
a. Labt Davs or pourm, by Uulwer
I. Au in Ijicuk. by Oeorge Elliott, (double no.)
u. Tm AitnuDtLllnTD. by Mary i ecll Hay
. Old KiiniLHOMUllotisv, by Mary Cecil Uayioo
.0. TUK WOMAN IN WU1TK, lis WUKie OUIUB
u. Tuk amkhican ViNATOH, by Anthony Trollopesuo
11. TBI Al ILL UM Illlt LUeB, VJ
18, A rBIUClta or 1 MI-LB, io nmnuiM
ii: tub dead Sichkt. by wllkle Collins
.IS. Romola, by UeorgC Elliott, (double no.
is. Tua KkOLieii at tuk Nokiu Polk ani xIilo
II, lliDPEMl'inus, by Mary Cecil Hay loo
18. liAuiABA'B IlisToay, byAmchaU. Edwards, too
n, in. duuuuuj. ui iiuiri iiruB
1S..A TKKK1SLM JBMrTATlUB, VJ tilllUirB,Itei4UU
to. OLD Cosiositv Snor, by Charles Dickens
si. poiU'LAv. fey Charles Iteede
til. Man and win), by WlJkle Collins
83. 'j'UB.Bjcia LkttAcr, py.Mary Cecil Hay oc
For tale by; all liooksellera and Newsdealers, or
sent postage prepaid, on receipt of price.
" UEOttQEinJNUO. Publisher.
P. O. Box test, tl, 88 and is, Vandewater at., N. V,
LANK UOKTG AGES for Mleciiepaltb
n.dt.,lln,l i.n,nvm HmnMirrli 1.vnnRfn
rcsr rved when desired.
V. Course In Physical Cutture.
iirm uuv'.iuu, uiu.uwu u tUwuUe,u. ,
receive BtaU) Diplomas, conferring the ifollowin
in mo otner courses rcccno nu
Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Skin-,
AlEAUTlFlES THE tOMPLEXIOX, PREVENTS
and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout.
Heals Sores and Abrasions op the
Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion.
ThU Standard External Remedy for Erup
tions, Sores and Injuries of the Skin, not only
removes from the Complexion all Blem
ishes arisine from local impurities of the
blood and obstruction of the pores, but also
those produced by the sun and wind, such as
tan and freckles. It renders the cuticle
MARVELOUSLY CLEAR. SMOOTH and PLIANT.
and being a wholesome BEAUTIFIES. Is far
prelerable to any cosmetic
ALL THE REMEDIAL ADVANTAGES OF SUL-
rHUR IIaths are insured sv the use of
Glenn's Sulnhur Soan. which in addi-
VENTS K1IEUMATISM and UOUT.
It also DISINFECTS CLOTHING and LINEN
and PREVENTS DISEASES COMMUNICATED BY
CONTACT With the PERSON.
It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald
ness, anu reiaras grayness ot me nair.
Physicians speak of it in high terms.
Prices 25 and 50 Cents per Cake; per
box itf uanes), ouc. anasi.au.
N. 11. The 50 cent cakes are triple the aire of those al
"HILL'S HAIR AND WHISKER DYE,"
Buck or liromi, SO Cents.
C. J. CE1TTEST05, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Ay., U.
Oct. !6, IC-ly,
Danohy & Co's- Advt's.
FANCY CAKD-i all new stylos with name,
10 eta. post paid. J, B. misled, Nas-sau, .N. Y.
N. F. JIUItNIIAM'S "IST-t"
la declarea Uie "STAND A III) TUUUi.sK," by over
650 persona who use It. 1' kicks hkduceh, isew
New ana TUrllllngrl MILLIONS liAGHH YQH 1TI I
3000 Agent AVnuted lor
THE CROSS & THE CRESCENT
By the eminent L. p. bhociatt. unioms tne strungo
social. Political and itellulous pecullurltlea and Ills-,
tory ot tho Russians and Turks ; causo or the war,
Mighty Interests at stake ; Biographies ot Rulers,'
etc. Richly Illustrated, Pur terms, address quick
ly. HUKiiAItl) BROS., Pubs., 733 Sausom street,
juiyftj, -u-iw u
173 Baltic street, Brooklyn, N. Y Nov. 14, 1874.
n. It. Ktkvicnh. Ksrt.. DearHlr. Prom uersonal ben
efit received trom Its use, us well aa lrom personal
knowledge ot those whoso cures thereby have seem
ed almost miraculous, I can moat heartily and sin
cerely recommend vhostink lor lue compiauva.
which It Is claimed to euro.
JAMBS P. LUDLOW.
Lata Pastor Calvary Baptist Church, Sacramento, O,
T It I F 1. 1 IV G
WITH.'A COLD IS ALWAYS DANGEROUS.
WELLS' CARE0L1C TABLETS,
a sure remedy tor COITOHH, and all diseases ot the
THROAT, LUNOS, CHEST and 11UCOUS MEii-
Put up only in Blue Boxes.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
C. N. CRITTENTON 1 Slith Avenue, New York.
Is not easily earned In these times but it
can be made In three months by anyone
ot either sex, in any part of the country
ola wliilntr to work steadily at the emDloymcnt
that wo furnish. Its per week In your own town.
You need not be away from home overnight. You
. nolo time to tne work, or omy your
spare momenta. ltco.,ta nothing to try tho bust-
new. iermnauu to uuwb iree. auulvbb uuunce,
II. Hallktt & Co., Portland, Maine.
ecu. .9 -ii jjr.
Muanlnreut Ilrnii New 805O,
rosewood Pianos only $IT6, must be
SOld. PIHR UfKIODT 1I0SBW00I) Pi-
akos little tissu cose tsoo. only
S125. Parlur Orirans 2 sums 145. 2 btona SC5. 12 stotts
only 116. Nearly new 4 sot Heed is stop sub basu
andCvumer Oman 155. cost over lico. Lowest DrU
cea ever orrered sent on is days test' trial. Yon ask,
why I otter so cheap r I answer Hard 'limes. 1000
employees must have work. Result of war com-
menceu uu uio vj vuo monopolism, jmuio rasinif.
Particulars Ireo. Address .
DANIEL V. BKATTY, Washingtos, V. C.
aue.l, 11-tw d
ONLY' FIVE UOIXARS
FOR AN ACEE!
Of the Best land In AMERICA, near tho Qkxat Un
ion I'ACiriO 1U1LX0AD.
A FARM FOR $200.
IH IA8V rAYUINTS WITH LOW KATKS Or WTaEIST.
SECURE IT NOW! ! !
O. P. DAVIS, Land Agent, V.' P. R. R,
aug.J, 1T7-AW d OmAha, Neb.
REV.O. S, OANFIELD,A.M.)Principal.
If you want to patronize a '
FIIIH1? CLASS SCHOOL,
WHERE BOARD AND TUITION ARE LOW,
tlvo us a trial.
Next term begins
MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1677.
Par Information or catalogue apply to
July7,1l-ty OrajBgtvmvPa. '
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
piULADKLPHA ANiJ READING ROAD
May m, ls;o.
ITR11NSLX1VX BCrSllT IB lOLtOWS (SCNhiY kicirti
For Now York, Philadelphia, Readme;, Pottsvin
Tnmaqua, c, 11,33 a. m
For Catatvlssa, 11,88 a. m. 5,47 and T,8 p. m,
For Wllllamsport,C,!S 0,84 a. in. and 4,o p. m.
trains ron ntiriRT l tivs as follows, (sckdav n
Leavo New York, 8,49 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, o,ls a. m.
Leave Heading, 11,39 a. m., rottavlllc, U.U n m
I and Tnmaqua, 1,25 p. m.
Leavo Catawlssa, 0,so ,u a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
Leave Wllllamsport ,0,8 1 a,m,ls,oo m. and c,oo p. ra
Passengers n nd from New York and rhttnli
phlac;otnrou?.i without changed cars.
0. E. WOOTTKN,
, General Manager.
. O, IIANCOCK,
(leneral Ticket Aecnt.
Jan. 14, ins tf.
On and after November 80th, 1S73, trains will 1pa
SUN DUK Y as follows I
Erto Mall 6.S0 a. m., arrive Blmlra u.tio a.
Niagara s 40
llenovo accommodation 11.10a.m. arrive Williams
Klmlra Mall 4.10 a. m., arrive Elmlra lo.so a. m.
Buffalo Express 7.10 a. m. arrlvo Uuffalo 8.00 a. n
Iluiralo Express .60 a. m. arrive Ilarrlsburg 4.to a.m
Elmlra Mall 11.10 a. m., arrlvo Ilarrlsburg 1.6
Washington 6.30 "
Ltarrlsburg accommodation 8.40 p. m. arrive Harris
burg 10.60 p.m.
arrlvo Baltimore 2.13 a. m
" Washington CIS
Erlo Mall 19.(8 a. m.'arrlvo Ilarrlsburg 8 05 a. m.
Baltimore 8.40 11
Washlntrtnn 10.9A H
All dally except Sunday.
D. M. BOYD, Jr., Ucncral Passenger Agcn
A. J. CASBATT, General Manage
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
Tlme-Tablo No. t, Takes effect at 4::o A. M
MONDAY, NOVEMBER M 1ST5.
o uo a k
8 INI 8 01
. West l'lttstou...
a.m. p.m. p.mi
9 83 2 20 S 25
9 43 1 13 e so
9 63 2 81 1u
7 60 S 49
T 40 8 43
10 00 2 S3 S 43
10 00 t 40 Iff
10 11 2 62 0 65
10 10 2 63 7 (II
10 20 8 04 7 OS
10 23 3 07 7 11
10 27 8 10 7 10
10 27 8 17 7 25
10 S3 0 '."J 7 85
T 4'l 3 87
7 83 8 Si
7 S7 8 27
7 VI 3 23
7 IS 8 IS
7 15 8 17
7 10 3 17
Till 8 IS
7 03 8 O'J
6 63 3 04
6 61 3 PI
6 45 2 64
6 80 2 42
0 15 2 811
6 09 8 85
C VI 2 18
10 85 8 27 7 40
10 40 8 S3 7 49
HI 44 8 57 7 63
10 62 3 45 8 (
11 15 4 00 8 25
11 17 4 16 3 45
.Hunloek's i reck.
4 21 8 65
4 HI 9 05
5 65 2 13
6 64 2 10
5 48 2 10
5 40 1 63
5 84 1 S3
5 S3 1 43
6 23 1 43
5 80 1 40
4 87 6 CO
4 41 S 65
4 40 7 20
4 63 7 08
5 12 7 40
5 OS 7 45
0 14 7 62
5 03 1 20
4 60 1 19
4 60 1 10
4 85 1 IX)
7 111 Danville J
12 10 6 20 8 60
12 10 5 88 8 25
12 83 5 47 8 40
13 SO B 62 8 47
12 81 C 10 9 15
i U4 unuias y.
7 0 Cameron.
6 6. Northumberland.
W. P. TTALSTKAD. Hunt.
Superintendent's onlec, Scran ton, Dec 10, 14.5.
M. C. SLOAN & BROi,
Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Sleighs,
PLATPORM WAGONS, c.
F,rst-chLss work always on hand.
HKPAIR1NO NEATLY DONE.
ITlces reduced to suit tho times.
The Columbian Law Docket.
A complete record (or.the use ol attorneys. Con
veniently arranged for the docketing ot all cases
containing 600 pages, with double Index. This Is
the most complete book tor lawyers that Is pub.
Published by Brockway & ElweU
Editors and Proprietors of tbe Columbian,
BliOOMSBTJRa, 3? A..
HI I n L. vw r iwt. vrj
733 Sansom St., PHILADELPHIA,
Wlio are oar authorized amenta and will
receive Advertisement nt our
laOUTCST CASH 11ATKS.
J. REYNOLDS & SON,
Tlilrtccutlinnd Filbert Sts.
AlANUrACTDRBRS OF PATENTS
WmnliMrflfl Air-Tight Heaters
Willi Hhnlilntf and Clinker-J.'rlntllu araiefor
itumliitf Autbrnclle or lllluuilLon Voal
FOK RITUMINOUS COAL,
Cooking' Ranges, Xiow-down Orates,
Descriptive Circulars ssnt mil to any address.
EXAMINE BEFORE SELECTING
Apru VI, 77-ly a s
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
"VfTM. F. BODINE, Iron Street below sec'
. YY ond, Blooinsburj, Pa., is prepared to do al
Uthe best styles, at lowestjprtces, and at snort
caBlnS oVmS" tt6 WOrtt 10 a "Te mone3r
soUclt&drlt "IlUlt4 10 A" satlifactlon. Order
WM. F. BODINE.