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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT,BLOOMSBUEG, COLUMBIA COl NTY, PA.
CONllNtlEI) HlOJI LAST WEEK.
Lennota Van Liew. Am n. daughter of
John Van Llew ; did Hto with roy mother ;
was home on Saturday last In daytime. Fath
er wm home then part of tho time; last saw
him alivo between 5 and 0 p. m., Saturday J
saw him ttart at this time towards Johnson's;
dlil not know whether ho was going farther
than next houso or not) next houso was
Johnson's. I left home almost dark Satur
day p. m. and went to my brother Aletn's
and stayed there alt night. Saw no trouble
between my mother and father on Saturday.
At my brother's houso was Mr. White aud
brother Charles ; George was not there; my
brother Altm came homo something after
ten; his wife camo with him ; Charles came
in between 0 and 10 ; he said he had been
to Iowa ; he went to bed a few minutes after
ho came in; my brother Alem and wlfo aud
myself all went to bed shortly after they
came ; I heard no firing of guns Saturday p.
m.j never heard any body make any threats
gainst my father ; never heard any of John
ton's family make any threat. George was
home when I left,
Mrs. Van Llew. Did not wait for my
husband on Saturday night ; George was
not away from home on Saturday night ; he
went to bed pretty soon after Clara and I
went to bed ; there was nobody at home but
us three ; Clara and I went to bed about
7i ; Georgo was 18 last February.
Itarinah Boone.- I live tho first houso
above Mrs. Vau Llew's ; I was sitting up at
McClure Drake's with a sick child on Satur
day night last. McClure Drake's Is about
40 rods from Van Liew's ; between 11 and
12 o'clock I came home and stood on the
porch and heard a gun fired off twice; be
tween tho shots ; heard cries that were very
loud ; heard "Oh my I" and "Ueloa 1" very
loud ; I did not go to see the troublo ; the
time between the two shots was not very
long ; only the screams; my daughter was
with me ; noise came from Mr. Van Llew.
Mrs. Susan Yost. Am a daughter of Mrs.
Boone; live with mymotlior at home ; Sat
urday night last went to bed about 8 p. m.;
was Invoke? between 11 and 12 oe'lock; just
as I got in bed heard a gun crack twice ;
sound came from towards Light Street ;
heard screams after the firing had ceased ;
could not tell that screaming was my hus
band was sound asleep and did not hear it,
Mrs. Matilda Johnson. Live about a
mile above Light Street ; I know John
Van Llew ; he was our nearest neighbor ;
my husband is dead, have seven children ;
Leander Kearn, 22 years ; Emanuel, 20
years; William, 18 years; Wesley, 16 years;
Simuel, 14 years ; Clarence, 12 years ; En
dow, 1 1 years. Heard a gun fired off between
11 and 12 o'clock p. m., on Saturday ; was
awakened by first shot ; after first shot heard
some one hollow ; noise did seem to be one
in distress ; only heard it once; did not re
cognize the voice ; heard the person hollow;
heard another flash ; that was all and then
everything was quiet ; do not think I got
asleep until near
a. in.: wai frightened ;
heard no one bo down the road after thn fir.
Ing. When the first report was I got out of
bed through fright. Mr. Van Llew often
came in to see me ; I was on good terms
with him ; did not know of any one ever
having made any threats against him ; don't
know that any of my sons threatened him.
Mr. Van Liew and a brother-in-law, Eman
uel, Johnson had a quarrel iu my house ;
they took hold of one another scuffling
can't eay what' was the reason of this trouble;
Mr.-Van Llew had told my brother-in-law
that he should not stay for dinner. Some
times Mr. Van Llew stayed at my house in
the fore part of the evening ; he has not
lately been in the habit of staying until 10
and 11 o'clock.
George Van Liew. Am a son of John
v an juiew ; live at noma witn my lather I
T , . , ... . ,
and mother ; last saw my father alive bo-
tween five and six o'clock ; he was on the
line leading down towards Johnson's ; I
was in the road coming up home ; did no
meet bim ; did not get near enough to him : I
that was the last time I saw him alive: thelgaiden which no doctor would take out : I
.. ... . I
next time 1 saw him he was dead on Sunday
a. m.; across
from Mr. Johnson's house :
LewU Hittle told me of his death ; I was
out at the barn feeding the horses ; after
iMttle told me 1 went up to Draketown and
wiu uuc uoour ana men went uown to
where my father was lying ; Mr. Hittle was
long with me ; I was tho first one of the
.family to. see my father after he was found
dead ; Mr. Hittle asked me to go along up ;
it waanot more than half an hour after I
first heard of it until I saw him ; did not
send any one down to watch bis body before
went up to Isaac Boones ; was not afraid
the body would be disturbed; expected to
be back in a short time myself ; beard no
gun nred Saturday nigdt ; Heard no screams
or cries that night ; went to bed that night
about 7J o clock ; that is my usual hour for
going to .bed. I camo liome last Friday a
week from Obio j went away from home the
last of March can't say that I mostly went
tto bed at 7 o'clock since I have been home;
my mother and sister Clara were home that
night beside myself; they went to bed the
'same time I did ; I did not go to bed a little
before they did ; they went to bed a little
before I did ; they were not in bed yet
when I started to bed ; they had just went
up stairs ; was setting in the house in a
chair j was not doing anything ; got up
some time between C aud 7 : did not miss
iy father from the house when I got up :
mostly got up between G and 7 ; usually
Shim in the morning when I got up. I
7.t ma l.mll.a A I r ' . n,n . I
night "baturday ; was not down to Light
Street Saturday afternoon ; I came home
up the road from Alem's ; my brother
ri " u.u.uti wo uuvii lunaius
Charles had. been at brother Alem's some
time ; my brother Charles was at my brother
Alem's because my father was going to lick
him ; had no trouble with my father on
Saturday ; nono of the family ; I went
west because I thought I could do better
there, I had trouble with my father some
time before that, but it was not the reason
mat i went. .manuei Johnson broke my
umbrella and I had a fuBs with him and roy
father was going to me ; my father did not
take my part ; ho elded in with the John-
eon boy ; can't tell the number of weeks be
fore I went away ; it was more than four
weeki ; bad no trouble of any kind with
my father within the four weeks previous to
my going away ; he had no trouble with
Charles; that was while I was away
Charles told me about It ; he said fatker was
going to whip him and be jumped out of the
window and went out Into the woods to get
way from him ; he did not tell me ior what
reason my father was going to whin him
know of no one at all maklne any threats
gainst my father ; never heard my brother
Charles threaten him, Have nq gun ; there
was one at home I used when I taw fit
bare uot used the gun since I have been
home ; go gunning occasionally, not very
often ; Charles went hunting ; don't know nUroEeD,e0U or flesh-forming foods, are pre
whether or not he went huntln sine .In fmble durin8 the monb f P'g'
1 came borne last ; he has not used the gun
of which I bad the use since I have been
home; my father bad not a gun with him
tho last time I aaw him alive ; my brother
and I went hunting together j we each had
nguu; there was two guns; tho gun without
stock lias been broken since I went nway ;
my brother said he broke it shooting ; saw a
niece of it at home ; tho balance of the trig
ger and hammer are at home j don't bnow
whero that was; filled the end of stockless
gun ; sometimes used tho one and sometimes
tho other ; don't how he happened to break
it ; stock was worn out in the gun before I
Mrs. Johnson recalled. Did not tell any
women I could tell who was tho person that
shot Van Llew ; roy dog barked for about
au hour after tho firing; it Is about 8 or 10
rods from my houso to whero Van Llew's I
UnAo it. a fhnn.t I
Arthur VanLiow. Saw him last alive at I ftcl)l makcs a good digestion, and enables tho organs
home on last night a week ago, Livo with to form good blood i and thus creates a healthy ctr-tr.i-u
m I culatton of healthy blood. Tbo combined action of
iveiuu, uu. u u,
Frances Trumbour. Live just above John I
VnnLtew I mile: heard firing of (runs on
. .. ... ... i i t j ft
night of the 8 about 11 o clock heard yo
shots ; the reports came lrom uowu tuo noi- I
low ; heard no cries of distress; very short
second shots. Had been over nt McClure
Drake's left about 10 o'clock p. m., had
just got to sleep and Was wakened by the
first shot. My wlfo heard the shots.
Mrs. Hariet VanLiew. Am tho widow
of John VanLiew. Last saw my husband
alive on last Saturday afternoon ; he went
j , " ,
away Saturday eveniug and did not Bee him
!.. .mI1 T .nn htm H.,,l i o m ,1. I
UU1U UUIU A.0..1, WIUI UUUMJ . u.. uvuu,
did not go down the road to where ho was
tound: saw him Sunday a. in., about 9
o'clock ; my husband and I had a good deal
of trouble; ho has abused me a good deal for
last year. At my instance my son had him
arrested about a year ago ; it was for beat
ing me ; there was no other cause a reason
for trouble. The main trouble was he got
to going to the Widow Matilda Johnson's
night after night ; have seen bim go there
and come away; havo watched Mm. The
last time I saw him come away was between
11 and 12 o'clock. I came with him at that
time time was not in tho house but waited
until he came out; was three one night and
he climbed out of the window with his boots
in his hands ; this was after 10 o'clock; nev
er heard any of Mrs. Johnsons family make
any threats against my husband ; heard no
firing Saturday night. I own the farm wo
TTo maAn nn will novAr riflrl nnv nf I
w J " I
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my own lamuy maice any tnrcats against my
husband ; I went away two weeks ago this
next Wednesday and returned last Saturday.
Wednesday a. m., of the day I went away ;
ho knocked me down ; Clara was near and
saw me knocked down ; it was over by the
spring-house. Charles was over in the road
and saw it. Charles had taken a horse out
the night before and he Bald he was going
to whip him while he went out for a whip ;
Charles slipped away. He told mo that I
was no better than Charles I took Charles
part. Did not tell the boy to go away ; my j
husband was very passionate man ; he has
threatened others of the family; Charles
talked to him when in the road he said ; he
was knocking his mother around for the
sake of tho Johnson's. He made some
threats when he was in the road he called
him an old son-of-a-bitch and said he would
bo BOrry fnr abusing his mother.
, ..w.. ....
about 4 p. m., when I got homo last Satur-1
day ; my nusqand was down at Jbignt street I
when I got home ; had no trouble with him
then. He came home pretty soon after I
came home; he got himself something to
eat ; and then he started away for town. The
last time he went away the only ones home
were Leonora, Clara and myself; he ,was in
the habit of going to Johnson's n good deal;
Georga was out in the field where Charles
Marr was ploughing; and Charles was down
James Yocura. Saw two men after 11 p,
m., Saturday go, down through town saw
them opposite Kelley s shed ; did not know
.1 . Jt J . i T 1 1. 1 . A I I
mem " o wuu wc; ntuv ; numc
Whiteknecht was with me,
Daniel Wirtman. Live in Light Street;
knew John VanLiew ; heard threats made
aeainst him ; heard Wilbur Marr say that J,
VanLiew would eet a stone thrown in hia
. . . .. 1
this was last Saturday afternoon ; no one was
Wra. Marr. Live in Lieht Street : knew
John VanLiew ; he was my uncle ; never
beard any one make any (.hreats against him;
only wbat I neard around town. I mean
that you could not sit down any where but
what you would hear folk, talking saying
what ought to be done with bim. Hecollect
conversation with Daniel Wirtman on Sat-
urday last about VanLiew,
Joseph White. Lire in Light Street clerk
for A. B. White. Keep powder for sale in
store ; do not recollect selling any on Satur
day last. I gave on Friday or Saturday en
ough powder for two loads to Wilbur Marr.
Ue Baid bc wanted to g0 hunting ; did not
have a eun with him; did not see him after
i cave hm the powder : do not know any-
thing about a gun Marr has; gave him no I
shot ; havo gave him powder before.
Bold M. Fields. Live up at Ent's mil),
recollect a person coming in Saturday after
noon; came in and asked for powder Baw
clerk get can down; did not pay anymore!
attention. I believe the person who asked I
for powder was Joney Marr,
Hiram Marr, and his son Wilbur of Light
Street were arreted last week, Tuesday for
the murder of John VanLiew. On Thurs
day afternoon they were brought before the
fourt on a writ of habtas corpus, and after
n hearing, were discharged, there being no
: 1 1 .. . 'f .,1
eviuvuvo tvtiuiovci nuuiusb iucui.
They were arrested on the finding of the
Shocking Fate of a Tramp.
At Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, the- other
day, a tramp jumped on a moving coal train
In mounting he became seated on a cross
bar running from journal to journal along
the side of one of the cars. One of his legs
bad slipped through under the car. and the
other he held up from under the wheels with
his right hand, while with the other hand
he held himself in place on the cross-bar.
In this singular and exceedingly dangerous
?f ,l0D,,he, rd? by ,JIDla deP0l'lhe
I I a ft Inn hnvlni, he.n hnvrlttlw I . . . t t 1
left leg having been horribly lacerated and
broken up to the knee. At the springs
above the Union depot the shattered mem
ber was again caught and torn out of th
socket of the knee joint, The miserable fel
low nevertheless stuck to hi) position until
the train was Btopped, when he was taken
off more dead, than alive and carried to St.
Luke a hospital.
Don't try to fatten your pig rapidly until
you have first grown bim, You cannot
make a heavy bog unless you first produce
a lengthy pig. Weeds, clover, meat scraps,
boiled potatoes, kitchen refute, any and all
"i,tence to hB meal and grain or fat-form,
DS foSd blcJ a" required for the finUh
I gubscribo for Tun Columwak
SCHENCR'S I-CLMONIO SYRUP.
Fvr the Cure of Consumption, coughs and Colds.
Tns trroat virtue ot this medicine Is that It ripens
the matter nd throws It out ot the system, purines
the blood, and thin effects a cure.
Schenck's Hea Weed Tonic, for euro ot Dyspepsia,
The Tonic produces a healthy action ot the stom
ach, creating nn nppctlte, forming chyle, and luring
tho most obstinate cases ot Indigestion.
Schcnck's Mandrake 1111s for tho euro of Llvor
Theso ptlls aro alterative, anil produce a healthy
action of tlii liver without tho least danger, as they
aro free from calomel, ond yet more efficacious In re
storing a healthy action ot tho liver.
These remedies are a certain cure for consump
tion as tho pulxonlc Syrup ripens tho matter and
purines the Wood. Tho Mandrake nils act upon tho
nTor, create a healthy bile, and rcmovo all diseases
ot tho liver, often a causo of Consumption. Tho
Pea Weed Tonto gives tono and strength to tho stom
ttc(UclIlMi M tnus cxpl alned will cure every
case of consumption, it taken In time, and,tho use ot
tho medlclncB persevered In.
nr. schenck Is professionally at his principal of.
fl;j0i omer Sltth and Arch streets. Philsdelphia, ev.
ry Monday, whero.au letters for advice must bo ad'
dressed. Schonck's medlclnos tor solo by all Drug.
Its medical properties nro Alterative Tonic. Sol-
vent and iiturptle. Thero Is no dlsoAso of thehu.
mAn stiitem for which the Veretlno cannot bo uied
with perfect safety, as It docs not contain any me
tallic or nolsonous comDound. It La composed ex-
ciuslvely otbarks, roots .and herbs: It Is vory pleas-
ant to take ; every child likes it. It Is safo and rell-
"""I " v ' " " " "
REV. O. T. WALKER SAYS:
The following unsolicited testlmonal from Rot. o.
T. Walker, D. I)., formerly pastor of Bowdolnsquare
Church, Jioston.and at present settled In lTovldenco,
H. I., must bo deemed as rellablo evidence. No one
should fall to observe that this testimonial is the re
sult ot two year's experience with tho use ot Vego
Une In Rev. Mr. Walker's famUy, who now pronoun
ces It Invaluable :
1'bovidence, Ii. I 1S4 Transit strcot.
II. R. Stkvsvs, Esq.
I feel bound to express with my signature tuo high
voluo I placo upon your Vegctlue. My family have
used It tor thejast two years, in nervous debllty It
Is Invaluable, and I recommend It to all who may
need an invigorating, renovating tonic
Formerly 1'astar of Bowdola-squaro churcu,
A Walking Miracle.
3.1 n. II. II. Stevens ;
Twin. CI- ..Tliniinh n b..a t tr n w . I I n f nm
you what i'egetlne has done tor mo.
Last Christmas scrofula made 113 appearance In
my sysujin, largu running ulcers appearing uu ine,
one on each of my anns ; one on my
.t.lf - h .H.hDvlsnilarttnlhu..nl
wit , MiVI. v..w. v
one on mv hew
rich ate Into tho skull bone ; one on my left lei
which became so bad that two physlcUns came to
ammitate tho ltmb. though UDon cousultatlon con
cluded not to do so as my whole body was fuU of
Scrofula ; they deemed It advisable to cut Uio sore,
which was painful beyond description, and there was
mart of matter run from the sore.
ibe physicians 'all gave me up to die, and Bald
they could do no more for me. Both ot my legs were
drawn up to my seat, and It was thought It 1 did get
up again i wauia oe a crippio ior me.
When In this condition I Haw Vegetlne advertised,
and commenced taklne it in March, and followed on
with It untU I hod used sixteen bottles ; and this
morning I am going to plough corn as a well man.
AU my lownsmen boy It la a mlniae to see me round
raikin? ana worEtn?.
In conclusion I will add, when I was enduring such
great suffering from Uiat dreadful disease. Scrofula,
I prayed to the Lord above to take mo out of this
world ; but as Vegetltie has restored me to the bles
sing of heoltii, 1 desire more than ever to live, that I
may be of some service to my fellow-men ; and I
know ot no better way to aid suffering humanity
than to enclose you this statement of my case, with
an earnest hope that you will publish it, and It win
afford me pleasure to reply to any communication
which I may receive therefrom.
l am, sir, very rropeciiujij,
Avery, Berrien Co:, Mich., Jaly 10, 1872.
I n .
pear Blr,-I will most cheerfuny add my testimony
to the great number you have already received in fa-
vor of your great and good medicine, VpgeQae, for I
uo nut, mum euuuu uu uu tuuu m i unuse ; ior j
was troubled over thirty years with that dreadful
do not think enough con bo sold in its praise ; for I
disease, catarrh, and had such bod coughing spells I
that it would seem as though 1 could sever breathe I
any more, and vegetlDe has cured me ; and 1 do I
feel to thank 'tod all the time that there is so good a I
medicine as VegcUne ; and 1 also think it one ot the
Dcsi medicines ior cougus ana wtjiK, Mazing leeiing
at tiie stomach, and advise everybody to take th
Vetrellne: for I can assure them it Is one Of the best I
meaicines that ever was.
MRS. L GORE,
Corner Hagatlao and Wolnutstreets,
Prepared liy H. B. Stevens, Boston, Mass. I
VeKetllie is SOW bv'all druggists.
WlIBllB TO ADVERTISE.
A. T. Stewart says the best advertising mediums
I he has ever found ''are tiie old established orffana of I
the two political parties, at tne several county Beats I
throughout, the union." "These." he says 'Teach I
I every family of the toast account In their several I
class of ionrnais." ir air. Stewart's ludgmontlsof
v.ina thnM la Tn Aimmltv In riAelrilnv which n.w, I
)t , ,0r tne lnu-rest of business men & advertisetn
lumbiin now enloys a wider circulation and I
ereater DrOBvertty than It ever did. It goes week-1
ly into two thousand families In Columbia and ad-1
joining counties, and by most of them Is read rrom I
th t first to the last Une. It Is the only recognised!
exponent or nearly nve inousana Democratic voters I
in the county. It elvee advertisements a tasty dhv I
play, that makes them attractive to Its patrons, thus I
ensuring greater certainty t.at they will pemse I
them, wmie its arcuiauon is unaouoteaiy mucn ine I
largest In the county, tne advertising rates of tho I
coiuvbuh are no higher than those of ether papers I
wltli barely holt and several not one-fourth the num-1
per oi suoHcriDeni. racia uu uiese BpeoK ior inem- I
selves. Uo shrewd business man win neglect to In-1
sen nis aaverusemenis in we ix)x.embun
For Diseases of the
Throat and Lungs,
Buch as Coughs, Colds,
The reputation it has attained, in consequence of
the marvellous cures It has produced during the
Unt half century, la a tufllriuit assurance to the
public that it will sontlnuc to realize the happiest
results that can be detired. In almost every
section of country there are persons, publicly
Lnown,who have been restored from alarming and
even desperate diseases of the lungs, by iu use.
All w ho have tried lt,acknonledge iu superiority;
and where its virtues are known, noone hcslutes
as to what medicine to employ to relievo the dls-
tress and suffering peculiar to pulmonary affec
tions. CHKEiir rucronAi. always affords in
stant relief, and, performs rapid cures or the
milder varieties of bronchial disorder, as well
the more formidable diseases of tho lungs.
As a safeguard tochildreu, amid the distress.
lag diseases which beset the Throat and Chest of
Childhood, It is invaluable for, by lu timely uso,
multitudes are rescued and restored to bealUi.
This roedidue gains friends tt ettry trial, as
the eures it )s constantly producing are too re
markable to be forgotten, Mo family should be
without it, and those who have once used It
Eminent 1'hysiclsus throughout the country
prescribe It, and Clergymen often recommend It
from thiir knowledge of IU cHeds.
n. I r ivcd t. nn I .....n ..
ui, j. u, ni uu ui mil- uuvvuii) inai
Practical snil Analytical Cheiultts.
BOU 11V A IX DltUGGISTS KVEKY WlIEltK.
OCt, It, 191-ly
o. a. UEnmiVG
T ESPEOTFULLY announces to the public
XV that he has reopened
IV SUM i VUVUOU
irsTsTsTsTsTswW (old standi Bloomsbura. F
F (old stand) Bloomsburg, Pa., at the I
JJMsTV rorksotthe Kspy and Light street
flt wg - roads, where all descrlDtlona of
m leather will be modem the moat
substantial and workmanlike manner, and sold at
prices to suit the times. The highest price In cash
wu i sui uuiea ve uiuu lur
of every description in the country.
Tu) public pat I
orosf U respectfully aoUcaUd.
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
COURT HOUSE ALLEY,
When special 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,
Bussiness, Pic Nic, Wedding and
Programmes, Bills of Fare, &c,
Will all be supplied and excuted
in superior style, at cheap
tf&f rates and short notice.
The best workmen are employed
and tho best material will
always be furnished.
A liberal share of public patron
age is respectfully solicited.
Bloomsbuso, Much 23, 1877
BLOOMSBURC STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NORMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rev. D. J. WALLER, Jr., A. M,, Principal.
TUTS sntnflT. na nt. Yirnnent. rnnntltlltid. niters thn virv host. f.Yrllltlpa fnr I'rnfnsstnnal and Classical lnnrntntr.
BuUdlnzssDaclous. Inviting and commodious : completely heated by steam, well ventilated, lighted by gas,
Location healthful, ana easy of access. Teachers experienced, efllclent, and nltvo to their work. Discipline, tlrm but kind, uniform and thorough. Expenses
moderate. Fifty cents a week deduction to all expecting to teach. Students admitted at any time, ltooms reserved when desired.
iourses or study prcscnoea ny tuo state i
I. Model School. II. Preparatory. Ill, Elementary. IV, Classical.
Adjunct Courses : I Academic. II. Commercial. III. Course in Music IV. Courso in Art.
Tho momentary Scientific and Classical Courses
corresponding Degrees i Jlastcrof the Elements; Master
uieir auainmcnis,, signeu uv tuo uiiieern 01 uio ituaru oi i rusuju.
Tho course of stud y prescribed by tho State Is liberal, and tho Sclentlflo and Classical courses are not Inferior
The state renulrcsa htirher order of cltlzenshtn. Tha time riamanrl It. It, Is nna nf tho nrlme nblects of this
gent and efllclent Teachers for her Schools. To this end
ana tneir talents, as btuaents. to an sucu ii promisos
Catalogue, nddrcss tho Principal.
HON. H'IM.IA.II UI.WKLIi, President Hoard
sept. 8, 'rc.-iy
HARM AN & H ASSERT. Proprietors;
i:ant Street, South Hide or Sj. & ii. itnllrouil BlooiiiNburg, la.
Iicspcctf ully call tho attention of tho public to the following statements ! They manufacture all kinds ot
IKON nml HItAN CAhTIMSN. They mako tho Celebrated original and IMPROVED
IiION'IBOB 1 PLOWS, also all kinds ot ltepalrs, such us Mold hoards 1'olnts, Lauuslacs
boluThandles, c, They also muko
HEATING AND COOK STOVES
and aro prepared to furnish all kinds ot repairs, such as Urates. Fire Brick, ic, wholesale and retail. They
moke the Improved C'onl-savInK (Irate Tor the Win. Peuii Htove, the most economical Oralo In use.
They are also prepared to turnlsU SAW ANDU1UST MILL MACHINERY silAFTINOil'ULLEYS.ic. They
pay eBpectal attention to tho
Repairing of Threshing Machines, Reapers, &c.
tub nrnnrlotors being practical mechanics, hnvlng had uneirerlr-nrnnf over thirty years, tho publlcca
rely upon having all work entrusted to them done In tho Best Manner and at Fair prices.
Then Buy N. Y. ENAMEL PAINT CO.'S
and save one-third tho cost of painting, and get a paint that Is much handsomer, and wUl
LAST TWICE AS LONG AS ANY OTIIEK PAINT.
Is prepared ready for use in white or any color desired. Is on many thousands of the nnest buildings
In tie country, many of which havo been pointed six years, and now look as well as whennret painted
ciiRMtoAi. paint bos token First PREMIUMS at twenty of the State Fairs of tho Union. Saniplocard of
raln, nl frf AddretM N. Y. KN A M E 1. PAI
Kill Kit & SON, Agents ml, Morsel street, Philadelphia,
THIS SPACE IS
New Fall Advertisement.
TUOUiS B. lUaTMlN.
BKALEItS 111 ' '
TEAS, CANNED FBWT,
Pico3 of all k Srdc, QIses tS; ducenswaro,
Foreign and DomeBtioPruitB,
AND GENERAL LINE OF
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4th door below tlarlcet street, Bloomsburp, Fa.
rr uooos delivered to an porta ot the town.
' AT THE OFFICE OF,
733 S.isoi. Sr., PHILADELPHIA,
Vh m osur sintkmizea atenU, and will
reoelvo Advertisements at ar
I.OWIT CASU. UATHS.
from this date the Bloomsburg Gas Company
put in service pipes at aret cut and furnish and
ineteis at four dollars each.
The company nave on hand a lot of cos tar su
or painting roofs, and posts or other Umbers pli
under if round.
Prion 10 ttnti Tier eallnn Ar n fa ymrral.
uo. 10,-ib. . u, w,
BLANK MORTGAGES for sale cheap at Use
aro PltOFMSIONAL. and students graduallnir therein,
of tho sciences; Jlastcrof thoClasslcs. Graduates
It solicits young persons of good abilities and good
aid in developing tneir noivcra. ananounaant opportunities ior wen paia laoor nttcr leaving acuooi. rur
1., VI imi.ni
July 27, "77-ly
PRACTICAL PIANO MAKER
TUNER AND REPAIRER.
F1BST CLASS PIANOS AND OlttHNS FOK HA LB.
SECOND nAND HANOS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
OKDKK BY MAIL ritOMlLY EXECUTED,
M. C. SLOAN & BRO.,
Carriagos, Buggies, Phaetons, Sleighs
Flreuclats work olwaj s on hand.
IIEI'AIUINQ NEATLY DONE,
, ,1'rlcca reduced to suit tho times.
Jon. s, uji-u
J. REYNOLDS & SON,
TbW tecuibuiiti Filbert titN.
MAHcriorctutas or Fatzntxb
WronaliMroii Air-Tirtt Heaters
With HUaliiutf mdI Cllukrr-irlDilluir (.rulcufor
jsurmog Auiurariie vr uuuuiuooa i ai
FOB BITUMINOUS COAL,
CookiBaT JUnye, Xiow-down Bratei
Descriptive Circulars an nm to any addrew
EXAMINE BEFOBE SELEOTINU.
and furnished with a bountiful supply of purc.solt
V. Courso in Pliysical Culture.
receive State Diplomas, conferring tho follow in
In tho other Courses rocelvo .Normal certificates o
to thoso ot our best Colleges.
School to heln to Becuro It. bv furnlshlntr Intern,
purposes, thoso who deslro to Improvo their tlmo
Thoroughly Cures Diseases op the Skin,
lieautifies the osiplexio.v, prevents
and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout,
Heals Sokes and Abrasions op the
Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion.
This Standard External Remedy for Erup
tions, Sores and Injuries of the Skin, not only
KEMOVES FROM TIIE COMPLEXION ALL BLEM
ISHES arising from local impurities of the
blood and obstruction of the pores, tut also
those produced by the sun anil wind, such as
tan and freckles. It renders the cuticle
MARVELOUSLY CLEAR. SMOOTH and PLIANT.
and being a wholesome ueautifier is far
preferable to any cosmetic.
All the remedial advantages of Sul
niuR IIaths are insured by tiif. use op
Vlenn's sulphur Soap, which in nddi
tion to its purifying effects, remedies and l'RE
vents Rheumatism and Gout.
It also DISINFECTS CLOTHING and LINEN
and TREVENTS diseases COMMUNICATED by
CONTACT With the PERSON. "
It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald'
ness, and retards graynew of the hair.
Physicians speak of it in high terms.
Prices 25 and 50 Cents per Cake: per
box its uak-es), ouc. anavi.zu.
N. B The 50 cent cakes are triple the sue ef those at
"UHIS II AIE AND WHISKER DYE,"
Slack or Brown. 00 CcdU.
C. I. CB1TTEIT0S, Prop'r, 7 Sixth At., J.Y.
Oct, 26, 1.-ly,
GLAZING AND PAPERING
"VTf7"M. F. BODINE, Iron Street below scc-
v v ona. uioomsnurir. i'a.. is nroDorea 10 ao aj
Kin 113 01
In the beet stylos, at lowest.tprtces, and at short
Parties havln a such work; to do will save monei
gaumx uu inu.
All work warranted to Klvo eatlalactlon.
WM. F. BODINE.
Is tho BUST and MOST ECONOMICAL In the World
Is perfectly 1'UIIE froe from acids and other for
eign Bubstances that Injure Linen.
Is bTItONUEIt than any other-requiring much less
quantity In using.
Is UNIFORM stiffens and dntbhes work always the
KinsEforA's Osweeq Corn Starch
Is the most dellclons ot all preparations for
Fuddings, Blanc-Matigc, Cabe, etc.
Aug ,8, ir-sm he 00
Y. A. Lehmanc, Solicitor ot American and Fore'gn
Patents, Washington, p, O. AU business connected
with Patents, whether before the Patent Oftloe or
tho Courts, promptly attended to. No charge made
unless a patent Is secured. Bend for a circular.
May 4,nT-tt btw
131 3)0roM?jJrarulu,t.uril.,liif, I CI
j Bryant & Stratton L
I BUSINESS UOLLECG
Aud Telearnphlo Insllluto,
icnxn or., i-nuuaeipnia, Ha.
fsnlhtles. Telsr.pble ll.pL lo cbsraa
1. Miukaamr tin ;l ".rr.iV:i n 1 ihn-
Ill-Ill.. V-4.A V. ITn-O
circular, t. ro i! i.r , rre I .
aug. a, 77-em
T U81NES8 OAHDH.
IJ VI8ITINO CAlUid,
OBTEItS, AO., JtO.,
4 Ply printed at UieCoLDH
alarguICO page book containing a full descilptlon
of this marvelous country, with maps and Illustra
tions sent free to every ) early subscriber of the DA
KOTA 1IBHALD. (tsperjeur.) epeclinen copy sent
free. Three months with boo fortl.u. book with
out paper sent to any address on receipt of 16 cents.
(Sept. T, ,1T-tm Yankton, Dakota.
Thoso wishing relief and cure for llupture should
consult Dr. J. A. HIIEItUAN, M liroadway, New
York, or tend for his new bookitllh I'hoUicraphlc
likenesses of bad coses before and alter cure.
jiD.unvi vueaiB wruu proicuu vu lurnjsaur.encr.
une oi ineso reuows, a germon clerk, now colllnir
himself Dr. W. O, Crempltn, Is Indicted on complaint
of Dr. D, and aw alu trial ior iorgvry and eiabezzi
went, aug.si, 71-u
rnosi Bsviiora TniiriiSR, M. D., or Hermox, N, Y,
.....,' U1.."am 01 ivlm t-"erry gives tiulver-al
SAtlsfaetlon. It seems to euro a couiili by loose Wnir
nnd cleansing tho lungs ami allaying lrrltatlon.tnus
removing tho cnuso Instead of drj lug up tho couirh
nnd leaving tho caum tKhlnd. f consider the Ital.
qualnted ' mcrtlcl"e wlUl ,vulcu Inmac-
Taosi It. Fellows, M, Ii . or lliu. N. II.
I U1V0 mfldO U80 Of IhlS rronnrnMnn fnr ftnrnrnl
curs, and It has nrovrd in Imi ,rv ritniif nnri m
caclous lu tho troatmcnt oi set ero ond long standing
cough!. I know ot one patient, now cornfnrtaMu
fiw ,mn ium-h vuis rcnu'iiy, aua wno nut ior its uso.
consider would not now bo living."
FllOM E T. QtJIMBV, A. M., I'RiNCtrAL OV HI "Niw
IrSFICH (N. 11.) ArtLKTON flCAOEllV.
"For tnoro than riftecn vcars I lmvo u.pii ur ivi.-
tar's Halsam of wild Cherry for coughs, co'.dt, and
Boro throat, to which 1, In common with tho rest ot
mankind, nm subject! and It gives mo pleasure u
say that I consider It tho very best remedy with
which I am acquainted."
From a, Dcnklek, Esq , imstvibtek at West Drat.
7XB1J0K0 , T,
'lam subject to sudhen rmiiis'toi'nwwi iivtmri
coughs, tor which I use tho llnlsam, and tin (it tho
bcit reinedv Ior a rough or a sore throat that 1 ever
was acquainted with. My family also ore as m ich
In favor ot It as myself. In fact wo nlwnva huvo It
In tho houso, nnd would nssoon Ihlnk of doing Ith
out flour as your excellent lialsam of Wild cherry. 1
Fnost Hon. Ititcs K. Goodknow, of Maine.
I havo tried WMar's Ilalsam of lid Cherrv fnr nn
excueillngly trouhlesomo cough. Tho effect was nil
tu.it could bo desired. Tho uso of loss than onn bot
tlo relieved mo entirely. Among great vnrktle' rr
modlclnes which 1 havo used, I havo found tone
cq i 1 10 'Wistir's.' Its curative prupeitles in cuis
tt couh I regard a Inva uable.
Froh Nathan rLOrnsR, II. D., Acbdrn, N. II.
Although averse to countenanclntr natr-nt merll.
clnes. I cheerfully mako nn exception ot your very
excellent Lung prepantlon I)r WMar's Balsam ol
Wlld' herry. 'Ibis preparation I havo used In my
praciico ior more man ton years past, ana havo al
ways found It to bo ot more effectual service than
anything within mv ktiowledgo. I recommend It
with the greatest contldcnco to thoso subject to
Coughs and Pulmonary Complaints."
AVISTA 'S BALSAM
Prepared by HKTII W. F 'WLKS0NS,M Harri
son avenue, Boston, nnd sold by dealers generally.
00 centB and tl a bottlo.
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ABRANQEMENT OF PASSENGER
May 21, I87t.
TftilNS LEAVE 11UPBRT 18 F0UX1WB (StJNPIT EXCEPTS
For New York, I'hUadclphla, Heading, I'otlsvllle
Tamaqua', 4c 11,33 a. m
For Catawlssa, 11,83 u, m. t,4T and 7,8S p. in.
For WUllamsport, e,S8 6,34 a. m. and ,M p. m.
TRAIKSFOll KOfSRT LEAVE IB rOLLOWS, (SCKDAT Bi
Leave New York, 8,43 a. ru.
Leave Philadelphia, 9,18 a. m.
Lcavo Heading, ll.sia. m., PottsvUle, 18,1S p. m
Leave Catawlssa, ,o 6,sa a, m. and 4,00 p. m.
Leave WUllamsport ,o 1 1 a.m,u,oo m. and 6,00 p. m
rassengers n r:d from New York and I'hllade
puia go turoua j w itnout chongo of cars.
J. B. WOOTTEN,
C. O. HANCOCK, General Manager.
General Ticket Agent.
Jan.u, isie u.
On and after Not omber with. 1873. train will Ipnvn
SUNllUItY as follows!
Erie MaUD.SO a. m., arrive Elmlro n.to a.
" Conandalgua.,. 8.33 p. m
ltochester o.ia "
Niagara. 9 40
Konovo accommodation u.io a.m. arrive Williams
rt 12.65 p, ru.
Ebulra AlaU 4.16 a. m., arrive Ebrilra lo.so a. m
Buffalo Eiprtss T.16 a. m. arrive lluirolo 8J10 a. a
Buffalo Eipress Sid a. m. arrive llarrlsburg 4.to n.in
KlmlraMail 11.16 a, m., arrive llarrlsburg ju p. m
" Washington 10,80
" Boltlmors o.so
" Washington 8.80 '
Uairlsburg accommodation 8.40 p. m. arrive Harris
burg 10.60 p. m,
arrive Baltimore g.ss a. m
" Woshlnirtrjn s.ia tt
Erie Mall J8.66 a. m. arrive llarrlsburg BOfia. m
" Baltimore 8.40
" Washington 10.53
All dally except Sunday.
, i ucuvrui i assengerAgea r
A. J. CABSATT, General jitnage
WESTERN KAlLltOAD. -
Time-Table Not 39, Takes effect at 4:80 A. M
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 99 1876.
8 06 8 63
8 11 S 61
T 63 8 49
III S 49
T 4 1 87
a.m. p m. p.m!
9 es 9 to 6 93
w S3 I 93
V OS 81
I 83 IN
10 06 9 46
10 II 9 69
10 16 9 63
....Mai thy", ,"
in 90 8 04
10 S3 8 07
lu 97 8 10
11 87 8 IT
10 83 8 V9 T 83
10 83 8 87 7 40
10 43 8 81 T Ii
0 43 9 64
1 80 9 48
t 16 9 80
09 9 93
1 lit 9 19
IU 9 IS
6 63 9 10
5 S3 9 16
6 40 1 6S
6 84 1 63
6 98 1 43
6 (8 1 43
6 90 1 40
6 03 1 IS
4 66 1 19
4 60 1 II
10 44 8 87 7 63
10 63 8 43 8 16
U IS t Oil 8 93
JJ It 4 IB 8 43
1 93 4 81 8 tB
II 4 29 9 03
11 86 4 8T 60
U 89 4 41 63
11 43 4 46 T 90
U 61 4 63 T 08
I 67 S 13 I 40
19 2 6 09 I 48
13 07 6 14 T 63
19 10 6 90 8 (6
13 93 6 88 8 93
13 89 til 8 40
19 84 6 69 8 4T
19 61 111 s la
1 S3 1 UU
p.m. jun. a,tu.
... P.m. n.m. a. in