The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, April 28, 1882, Image 4
THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. Courtesy at Home. Good breeding like charily, slioiiitl begin nt Konie. The 'days nro pitot when children U331 to rlsn tlio tnotuclit their parents cntored'tho room whero tliuy wero ntid stand Until tlicy had re ceived permission to sit. Hut tho inln take is now made usually in tho other direction of allowing to small boys and girls too muuh license to disturb tho poaco of tho household. I think the best way to train children in courtesy would be to observo toward them n Bcrupuloug politeness. I would go so far as to say that wo hIiouUI make it as muoh a point to listen to children without interrupting them and to an swer sincerely nnd respectfully as if they wero grown up. And indeed many of their wise, quaint sayings are far better worth listening to than tho storootyped common-places of most morning callers. Of course to allow uninterrupted chatter would bo to surrender tho rcposo of the household, but it is very easy if children nro themselves scrupulously to respect tho convenience of others, and to know when to talk and when to bo silent. Louise Chandler MoUllon. A New Penalty for Law-Breaking. There is a Justice of tho Pcaco out in Crosby County. Week beforo last ho found a man guilty of shooting a bull that did not belong to him, and fined' him S7. "Why, .Tcdge," said the doomed man, "I haven't got no $76: 1 can't pay no sich fino." "Tho Stato of Texas puH mo in this oflioo to lind out a way to make men pay their lines. You will cut cedar poles until you havo cut enough to satisfy tho majesty of the law,' replied tho Jus tice. "Hut, Jodgc, what use has tho State of Texas got for cedar poles !" 'Tho State of Texas hasn'J, got no use for cedar poles. It's this court who needs them cedar poles to build a fence, I'll take the poles and settlo with tho State of Texas for them." And the poor devil is cutting cedar poles for tlio stato 01 Texas now. IIiiuiiATEDsTON Nonsuch Aitlk. An apple of great popularity among tho older growers of apples in Pennsylva nia, is tho one of tho above name Tliia U n flnn . I.ircri! o.irlv winter fruit crisp and yet tender with an agreenble . is -r . mingling oi snituitra mm auun; which is very much liked by most pco uln It. nrifrinaled in IIllbbardstOD Afnqq.. nnrl Renins to bo an niinlo Well ndanted to that State, trrowimr in trreat imrffintinn nnd beautv there. Our younger fruit growers have over-looked this fine apple for newer sorts, but arc now fSnilinrr out what thev have missed. It is said to yield good returns for rrnnd rnrc. nnd thus it is well suited for those who love to see what good fruit tlmv run urndiiee. Tribune and J ' Farmer. A member of a London club was standing on tho club-houso steps, when a gentleman came up to him and asked him if there was a gentleman with one eve named Walker in the club. "I don't know," was tho answer; "what was tho name ot the other eye. "WLat is meant by the pomrsand vanities of this world! nsueu tne oun- onlmnl tp.1P.hnr "TllCin floWCl'S lOn your hat, mum," replied tho quick wit- tea scholar. "WhereH are our girlst" anxiously inquires a" religious exchange. We don't know. We can't keep track of all tho girls in creation. Tf tha belief is becoming preva lent that our colleges are merely idiot asylums, tho boys themselves nro to lilamo tor the misionuno. COMMITTEE SALE. liy virtue ot an order of the court1 ot common PI ;as of Columbia county.Penn'o,, tho underslgn ol Committee of Margaret Fortntr, a lunatic, will expose to public sale upen the premises, on SATURDAY, APEIL 29th, 1882. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, the following de scribed real estate of said lunatic, ic-wii : a iraci, of land situate in tho township of Madlson.county of Columbia, and state ot Pennsylvania, bounded nnl described ta follows s Beginning at a pine, thence south two hundred and sixty perches by lands of Joel B.Moser andAllred Peg to a post by pine, theneo east one hundred ani thirty perches by kandj of II. llernheimer to a chestnut nir rnih nnw nmt thenco north thlrty-nlnc. pereues iy land ot C. W. Eves to a corner, thenco south elghty-Blx and nve-oigutu aegrejs worn. uu no lor.,1 onnvnrHl hff thfl Rflld Committee tO tllO "Tide Water Pipe Lino Company." thence by Banco north throe and nve-eiguius aegrees. wcs hundred and six rods toltnoof lands of Samuel Delsher, and thence by tho said land ot Samuel Uelsher, north elghty-threo and ono halfdegrees, west one hundred and thirty-one perches to tho place of beginning containing aoaui. 192 ACRES. and allowances, ft part, about 60 acres, cleared and tha balmce wosdlaud. TERMS Of SALE, Two hundred dollars at Ihe strlklnff down ot the property, and tho romaloder la payments of one hundred d rilara annually.wlth Interest annually on all sums remaining unpuiu, to be secured by bondi and mortgage on mo iana The Committee being imthnrUed to reserve Jor tho uso of tho lunatlo during ,herllfo tlio house sue occupies, and about four acres ot land therewith with tlw piivllcge of nrewood from tuo same. COSItAD KKKAMEIt, Comml tee. Apill 1 Jersejwwn, Pa. "orphans' court sale KY VALU.U1LE RE i-.L ESTATE liy virtue or an oraerofthe Orphans' to irt of Columbia county, Ihs undersigned Executor of the last nlll and testament tf N .than Ureduenner sr. will exposo to public sale on the premises, on SATUHDAY, Al'ML 20tli, 1882. at ten o'clock In Iho forenoon, All that certain messuage and lot ot ground situate In the town ship of Heaver, la the county ot Columbia, and State cf rernsylvanlo, bounded and described as follows, to.utt: Ilegtaiilng at a gum thocuoby land bt John lluuck.and tcotch Itun south iixry six degreco, west twenty eight and four-tenth perches to a atone, thence along side ot ft public road lending from Heaver Valley to Minilnvllle, south inu degrees, east elefen and lour-tcnth perches to a swnoneur tbeDanUlle llazletodi Wilkes Uarre Rail Koad, thence up aild road north 8'xty-elgUt degrees, o W5 torty.nlno perches to a stone thence by Undo! John Ilauo'i north seventy-eight degrees, wjt twenty-two perches to the place cf beginning, t-ootalnlag TWO AC LBS. and ONE lll'NDKU ) ANlk KtlKTV I'BHCULK on which aio e.ecled a Urge TUIIKK Hroitv FRAME BUILDING. usedaia Uottl, sialics, shedj and alt necessary OUt-bUlldlDLI, TERMS op HALE. Ten perceut. cf one fuurth of the purchase money to be paid at the striking down of iho property ; the one fourth leas the ten per cent, at the continuation absolute.it2 tne jemalnlng three-fourths lu one year thereafter with Interest from connrinatOn nisi. C, w. MlttKR, 80IX)MON II. nilBUllENNKII. Attorney. EXKCUTOlt ST A IV H .illO FOOD FOR PLOT OliOIILKAd, ur producing Dowers and norjuscrowtu. It has !no Hliul, (las stood I hi test fur yean, an1 always does all claimed for It. Is e pedal ly aduptrd for house plants anu garueuiuK, K"i"ii healthy growth and nbund nv.i. in i iuui rniatratft'S sold I in iaji Awarled Hit medal 'at the (nuchanlcs' fair In notion. 1'ut up lu packages at ii anano ceuta rnvu. Kor MloatTHK COLUMIIUNOmCB, nM ill Chills and Fovftr. Kim nonn I.Ivor ltefcu- tator Boon breaks ilio emus and cimea 1 no Fever out of l ho kj st m. It cures when all oilier remedies (all Sick Iloadaoho. For tlio relief unci rnro 'of Mils dUtresslDK am o tion take Simons Liver ltegulator. DYSPEPSIA. Tha Hoirulator will positively euro till tcrrllilo disease, woasscrtempliattcally what wo kisovr w uj true. CONSTIPATION should not bo regardod tus ft trifling aliment. fca. ture demands tno utmost regularity of tho Mw ols. Ttiereforo aslst nature by taking Simmon liver ucguiator. it is uarmicss,iniiu auuruwiuait PILES. itciici l? at nana lor moat) wiwhiilici u-j um-. day with cllos. It his cured hundreds, nnd will cure you. MALAiUA. taking ft doso of Mmmonj Liver Ucguiator to kfep tho Liver In healthy action. TIATi HWPATtT JJO.U JUXVJLIU J.XJL , , ..I.. I.I r--. n Ja.M,.M,l Utnm.ptl can bo torrcctcil by tatctntr Simmons Liver ltegu lator. Jaundice Himni-.no river rtponifitnr HVin eradicates this. dlsoaso from the system, leaving' tho skin clear and free, from all Impurities. UOllO. PhlMrmi anrrKTlni? ullh mild HOOD CJlieHcnCO relief when Simmons Liver ltegulator Is admin istered. Adults also dorlve great benefit from this medlclno. It is not unpleasant! It Is harm It sa and effective. Purely vo jetaoie. Caution. iKpimMi thoi vmi tret, thn crenulno Simmons TJvAr itniriiiiitar In our entraved While Wrapper, with red Z Trade-Mart, stamp and .signature un broken.. rrcpareii oniy Dy CT. KC. ZEILTN &c CO. Sold by all Druggists. Philadelphia. HV. A mflVH OltOANS it stops, I o sets rccdJ on ly Plan"8 l'0P "ro Iloll- day Inducements Heady. Write or call on HEAT TV, Waihlngton, N.J. aid mayo.'SMy Noted Men ! Du. John F. Hancock, late President of the National Phar maceutical Association of the United States, says: "Brown Iron Bitltn hai a heavy tale. It conceded to be n fina touic; the character of the manu fictureri Is a voucher for It purit and medicinal excellence." Dr. Joseph Roberts, President Baltimore Pharmaceutical College, says: "I Indorse It a a fine medicine, reliable as a strengthening tonic, free from alcoholic poisons. Dr. J. Paris Moore, Ph. P., Professor of Pharmacy, Haiti more Pharmaceutical College, says: " Brown's Iron Bitters Is a safe nnd reliable medicine, positively free from alcoholic poisons, and can be recommended as a tonic for use among those who oppose alcohol.' Dr. Edward Earickson, Secretary Baltimore College of Phar macy, says "I Indorse It a an excellent medicine, a good digestive Pgent, and a non-Intoxicant I.i the fullest sense." Dr. Richard Savingtok, one of Baltimore's oldest and most reliable physicians, sa)$; f "AH who have used It praise Iti standard virtues, and the well, known character of the house which makes It Is a sufficient guarantee of Its being alt that Is claimed, for they are men who could not be In duced to offer anything else but a reliable medicine tor public use." A Druggist Cured. Boonsboro, Md. Oct. la, i83o. Gentlemen: Brown's Iron Bit ters cured me 'of a bad attack of Indigestion and fullness In the stom ach. Havingtestedit.I take pleas, ure In recommending it to my cus tomers, and am glad tosay it ghc entire satisfaction to all." Ceo, V Hoffman, DruggUt, Aslc your Druggist for Brown's Iron Bitters, and take no other. One trial will convince you that it is just vhat you need. O. E. SAVAGE, , , DEALER IN SUvrojrara, Watchos, Jewslry, Clocks. All kinds ot Watches, Clocks anil .low elry neat ly repaired ana warranted, may it, 'is-tf THE DAVIS. " Sl.OOO REWARD. ?,STHHHSND,1'000) DOLLABS I'UEMWM oirrsd lo ANY l'KKSON uai win no UCAI A Jt.VJNlii; OF WOUK on ANY OTHER MACHINE. TIIATTHE NEW DAVIS VERTICAL FEED Will do without basting. It will raaku wide liem on Bhoeta, &o liein all manner ot ulas woolen jroods.ua sort mertno.crapo, or goodi dimcult to hem on otUer machines. It nukeu a more elastlo hllicU than any other ma chine. It will turn a hem and put In piping at tamo time. It will turn a hem, sew braid on tha right aide and stitch on trimming at ono operat on. Itwllldofelllnb!asor straight, elth;roncot- It will fell across aeama on any goods. I will bind a Dress or BSilrC and aew on fating, either with or without showing siltchesiblnd druus Goods with the same material, cither acallopu, polntu.squares or straight. The only machine that will bind Hats, Cloaks, or other articles with bias, satin or silk, from a to s laches In wuth, without It will gather with or wlttout sewing on. It will crather between two nieces and iw on at the same time. It will make arurtle and stitch a nlllmralin nn in the facing at the same lime. It will Bhlrr any kind of goods, It will make claltcd trlmmtn? elthur with fir without sewing it on. It will make plaited trlmmluir eltuor aaallarad orstratght and sew a piping on at the same tjine. II will make knUe plalUng. J, SALTZKH, Qeu'l Ageut, lll(Kimbirg, I'a. uci. I, '80-1 f, DVnaTISKltS byadun'sstnu UEO. P, ltoWULL too.. IuHdiuco bt.. New Yoik. ran learn the e let cost o( any proposed line of ADVKItTISINO In American Newspapers, tfioo-pago 1'iunphloi, . use, THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE Whoroas, tho world renowned reputation of Iho White fccwing Machine Induces many unscrupulous competitors to resort to all kinds of mean tricks tolnjure Its reputation, wo uvk w uauuun an inienainff purcuascrs uos mj Duy a White Machine except from Its regular authorized dealer, who will be sustained by tho following warranty. WE AIUI ANT THE KATl'HAI, WKA1I AND TEAR OF THE White Shuttle Sewlnjr Machine, PLATE NUM 11 KK inn3rtl) F01I FAMILT PUnPO 8KS, ANDIIKIlftllY AOHltETOKKKPTUKSAMK INltKl'AIU FOU TUB TEUM OF FIVIi VHAltM FROM THIS DATE, FitlCE UV CIIAIIUE. This warranty exrepts the brcaitago of nnedUa bobbins and sliutlloi. This warranty will uot bo sustained utiles the plato rr numbor above rlvoncorrespmds with the number on tho shuttle tv-o sil le. Howard of de faced o altered numbers WUll'K SKWINQ MACUINE uo. Tho "WHITS" Scuttle Sowing Machine Uas URiATia CATACirr than any othjr family Hew ing Mashlnofor doing overy variety of work. 1 SALT '.UK Uvnern Airut, OCt. 1. "SO-tf Danchy & Oo'a. Advt'o. SOUTH; Don't locate btforo Boeing our James Itlver Settlement. Illus. catalogue free J. F. MANC11A. Clamuout, hurry i'o Vu. d April 21 -liv H TRTTQ I3ii'imvi!i iton r imuit asr. JtA-t'AJOnnokat'n mnke ft irallnnn nf ft clpllplnns Wholesome. 8iiarklintr temnoranro hnvcrftf-n. Ask your druggist, or sent by mall for src. 0, K. lllKKS, it N. Dela. Ave. Phllada. march u -w d AGENTS! IJOOIt Af;i:.T! SUNLIBHTandSHABOW IIunilrtila of Accnti lure iiiiw;rfil our call to tell thli (mom xK,k, mil yit o want not! more. For 1 mltr Wthoi, IUch Iltinuir. and Thrilling Intftrtt-lt U without ft pfrr. Krmont lanphi tml cry ott It. M.nlftm tr M 6W rprra t: Tent of 3 houHtntlit m wwint tt, pnJlt f thehrirHlnffiiooltfor jgtnti terutlt We unfit r-Vit AOKXT&AtftiiHit Jrcjmrn.lnthlirlclnlty. t?IOO '(Umt nt!i i,'aiy itib'Ip. ticiat lerm given. Bend for clrculari lo A V UUUXllI.NUXU.Va: CO.. llartrord. Conn. April 21 -4 w d IW RICH BLOOD! J'iirian' JUi tyitlrtt SU l.t mako Now ltfch lliHMl.nm1 will cciiiiplotrly rlinrc tlio blond In !iocnt!rcpvtom In t'lt-po milli-i. Anrperunn t 'o v 11 tiU 1 p'll nrvU nltrlit fnm 1 tn 12 wrrki iii'tflK! iPtou'il t k ''."d lical tli, t purlin tiling o polM. Srnt h- uriil f-r 8 Ivt'pp rlnmp-. J. S, t07' MJ.V .0 CO., Huston, Muss., AGENTS WANTED SSffiYfi'SifrUnYt'l tin; Inchlne pvrr tovcLtPd. Will Knll a pair of itockin.'B, wa i IlCKTi and TOK complete, In so mlnutcB 1! win aisj knit a print variety of fancy work for vrhkh there s nlwuyn n reo.Iy market Swid for circular nnd tenna In tli Twombly Hiilttluff Machine i)o. itf) Watliln.'ion fit., lfu&tou. Alass. mayc, '31-ly aid Tho fimericau Fcpi:? ulctlonarj, $1.00 'mJi Tlih vcnil nnd cla- - 'VTi'iF vtftnt volunio U n com 4Xtr?cIl',t't I'lbrnry and Pie. tinunry lu t)ia worlJ, KuKlMV tdund In ilth and Cltt. Irfo.N. mm u; 11 tiiuc iljitii)! c , L. :mji!iy, Am uilc.in Khtoij, Laws, etc , in l.t ; u it-rlffct i Itirnr, .i ttvrvue, V ib-tciN Ulctlunary CoitJ t.'Mt Uid tl.e American Pop t Ifli tlict onarv t btBOnly $ l , "witrtll ti'athiUfttu. mono v.'1 :i.Y A1IH9. "WO hnvor.rvcr ntn its S'':al ' r ll yrlre, Culali r con uinl." Tiif ilvor, 1 , " Strict Ulctlmiai) mid 1 Unary H rtferii.ee h I . Si r. N. , U1.0 copy of Liu- An.i'rl(,iin l'o)ti'.tr iHcilonury Illtmtruldt, thairnnt eat and bent boUcior jir.MUhcil, ytix ('al.lt any mlJress on ii-ctlptof 5 1 U'inili 'ml'iln..1 11 i:aarmnU'Cl Tuo CMlid bOhltuild drr rr nt nnr.a -ion i-uar is p"l for GO ilftydiiiu. bud wul itoci'b tim! airuln. Six siruin. Bit frleuda to t(i;ti,oi(ir Five jciunra. i.ih ju.r ix uua n yitu una oa uvt lunr wn vuk jito. Tc:lftIastr;.TrIii8 Co., 120 Nassau fct., KewYorV. Oirv readers will Jlud this wonderful booh tho cheap est UlciUmartf qmhUulteil ttta information it contains is worth many times the amount ashed for it, and it should bo in the possession of everybody With this booh inthe library for refer ence, man y othev much more cx 2)cnslve works can be dispensed with, and ignorance of 7ii3 country, history business, latvp, etc, is inexcusable in ant; mtr.u Note the ?trlce, $1, post-vet'? 4prll21 d POSITIVELY CURED Benson's Capcine Porous Plasters. neasons Why tluy in VwU-vwA to All Ullu-r I'orous liattrrs av l'.Mi'vnal Ui'mi'.lU's; t'liiTT" nccaii Ihejr iiornx nil llw merit of Ihe ""'"K'lw ""'It HiruiiHilatiiT, and loniuln In a.1. uHlou tliert'tu the in-iy illMovi nil iiuuerful uud atuvuveftttblu (uiiLblimtlun Oikh u-t. ulih In crtasnl rnlK-'facIent, llmulalliir:, bwUUyo and couuicr irrll.-uit illulii. Second. lli'oauiigtliej'iireiii.'fiiiilnei.linrmi.ix'iitlculiirtn. aratlou, uud to luiouiiud by tho irofi-Mlon, Third. Hecausu they aro thu ouly iilattcis that relieve tiaiii ut cjiiCL1, fourth, Ilccauao they will iwnltlvilyiuiuillkeascH uhlih other leuieuiea will not tun rihove. fifth. IlccnuM) over 000 liyi.lclnii and drnireUta liava oluntarlly leaifled Unit tln-y aro uiwrlur to ull other puicr cr u.citkliii lor ixtcrual uic, Mxlh. llecatno tho inaiiufaeturers liaro received thfl ouly medal ever t'len for jiorous plaetere. Benson's Capcins Porons Plaster! SEABURY &. JOHNSON, jHuiimmiuiiinj iifiiuaia, new lurK. A ?;'"! l .11 Kill1 ATI.AHT. ITic.ii.Vti; HEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION MASTER. Nov 4 'SI !) ItHWAItlM for Ml) i-u.ii of IHii.,1 liwuiiir, itmi ii.-. II ivratotl, or ln torcreuuir. ho:.l hydrii.vi.tJaiidu)iuiu-yU)iw,b-J Aprl 17 4.w a WORTH SENDING FOR. Mr. J. II.BpllBNCK,of I'hllaUelDhli, Iia Just pub 1il,,'.l;il..u..l!ook 0,1 "hlHKAHKH W THIS LUM08 Jalna valiiahlft InformntluD for all who mippoia the uso vca allllclea llh.or llatlo w, aoy dlw-ases of tliii throat or luces, Aililreua lilt. j. u f.Wr.yS '!i.N0N' Vcu I-lXaelpila. -a. I'.O. IloxKsal. u April I.4w o Iim ireo. (i. W, imiiiiaiiam a Co. Uoston, Mass. Aprlll.4v a CUTTHBS "OUT! St 5SsS40v4pcBdV Wo have stores In 1 6 lendlnB Cit:on, roia which our ureuU obtain the r mi j l imt, Uy. Our I'jielur e, i4 I'llm liml it.. l- i iu it l.rle, I'll, buul for mir u t.li.U,u. ml term, tj j'it a I.UU.Ii i, tJt hi inUCM SiaLucknmi.naAvo llll ll hUIUSi CCRANTOK, PA. Moilli SI- Ache Cnros Scrofula, Erysipelas, Blotches, Bolls, Tumors, Vct-l ter, Humors, Salt Rheuri, Scald Head. Sores. Morcuri Diseases, Fomalo Woaknccz and Irregularities, Dizziness, Loss df Appetite, Juandico, Aiiections ot tho Liver, Indi gestion, Biliousness, Dyspep sia and General Debility. Acourteof nunlnck hloo-l hitter, will .itlifjr th most .koplti .1 that It 1. the Create. t lllooit 1'urlfief un trtli. hM tr nieilicliie dealer, every. tiere. Direction. In eleven language.. rittCB. f 1.00. FOSTER, MILDU3N &C0., Pfop'i, Buffa'o, N.Y. To Nerwas Sufferers Ths Qrrit European DK. i. ll.BIMrSON'3 BfSCIFH! MIDICISB. Dr. J. I). Htmmon'a Sncclflo Medlclno H a nasi. tlvo euro for overwork of liodyor br.iln ornxcrss ot any kln4, audi m weakness and all diseases re sulting from Norrous Debility. Irrltablilty.Mcntal Anitlety, Laneuor, Lassttude, Depression of Spirits and functional derangements of the hcrvons sys tem generally, rains In tho uaca or swo, Lota Jf Memory, i-re-mature old aire tnd diseases that lead to consmpk lon.lnsanltv .cor, icarjy grave or pom. no matter hovf shattered the system miiv hn H um uxee.iseb of any kind, it short course of this medlclno will restore tin lost functions and pro cure health and happlnessw hero beforo was de spondency and ffloom. rhe Hpocino .Medlclno Is be ing used with wonderful success. rampnioui sont ireo to all. Write for them and get full partrlcular. Price, Specino $l.oo per package.or six packages for 3.(tl. will bo sent bv mall nn rnmMnt. nf mnmiT Address all orders, J. ll. SIMPSON'S MK1WNNE CO Nos. 104 and loeMaln street, liudalo, N. Y. icu .o-iy OPIUM A- MOltl'IlINi: 'n"iMr FATING :M'i'itl;i!.im.j.i!. A Trpnllie nn .nfnitvrurnHl''. jiortuH,i-,u,iioxi8,c.'hicaifo,lll, Match a -8 m Djd The Backus AVatei Motor. iV:1l;iiT,l IS THIS MOST Economical Power Known -FOlf- DRIVINQ LIGHT flIACIIINKUY. It takes but llttlo room. It never gets out ot repair. It can not blow up. Itneedo no fuel It needs no engineer. Thcro Is no deliy; no firing up; no ashes to clean away; no extra Insurant to pay; no repair ing necessary ; M coal bills to pay, and It 13 always ready for use. Ills Invaluablo tor blowing Chutch Organs for running frlntlng Presses, Sewing Machlncvrurn lng Lathes, Scroll Saws, Grind Stones CoITee Mills, Sausage Machlaes.Fecd Cutters, Corn Mills, Uova tors, etc. Four horse powor at 40 pounds pressure of wa.cr. It Is noiseless, neat, compact, steady, and above all IT IS VERY CHEAP. -Semi lor circular to the Backus Water .Motor Co., Newark, N, J., stating name of paper you saw ad vertisement In. Price, $15 to $300. sept, so-tf aEromi. iim. I Rupture ITS RELIEF and CURE as CERTAIN as day FOLLOWS day by Dr. J A. SHERMAN' j METHOD, with safetr from tho dangers of strangulation nnd without the lnjurv trusses millet. Thoso wishing proof should send in cents for his book, containing likenesses of bad cases beforo and after cure, also enuorsemcnu oi proiussiouai Keuueuien, jnuusiuRf, jitTL-iiuuia, ruriufra unu timers wuu u;tu ueeu cured. Trusses and rupture sooner or later afreet tho nervous and mental systems, bring on organla diseases, linpotency, destroy energy nnd social desires, making tin young old nnd tli old us-less. unices, 231 .liroadnay, N. Y., 502 Walnut St., Phlla. l)as for consultation, each week New York, Aionuays, Tuesaavs, &aiuruau; iuua. eunesuays, jiuirsuajs unu rnuaja. tmrmir irecfmuiT, after that overy other week. April 21 -Iw When you do your Spring Shoppi If you come in person, The trains from the dificrcnt brandies of the Pennsylvania Railroad come to the new Broad Street Station, which is within one block of our store; you walk directly through the new City Hall to our Market Street front. If you come by Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, any horse car on Thirteenth Street will bring you directly from the Callowhill Street Depot to our door. If you come through Camden, N. J any horse car on Market Street, except the red ones, will bring you direct. We have provided new and spacious reading and toilet rooms for the free use of visitors. Ifyou order by letter. Departments of goods have been so enlarged and improved that our stock, unquestionably the most comprehensive in the United States, is better than ever. We send without charge, or any obligation to purchase, samples of the new Dress Goods, Silks, etc. We give prices of our entire stock in our new Catalogue for Spring and Summer, which is mailed free to all who send us address on postal card. Hundreds of orders are filled daily, and goods sent by mail and express to every State anil Territory, with full privilege of return and refund of money if they do not suit. John Wanamaker, PHILADELPHIA, Chestnut, Mm Let ami Thirteenth UneiK, uiul City Hull Fijiiai'c. Dry FINE WINES wM MWMES, BLOOMSBURG, PA. The time litis come practice Billet tconoinv In all their Durcha&esror m.u.u uklhuvtuit .null lUU Ul IC1 llllll! B WHY SHOULD YOU PAY demnudtil by goino for their goods when you om voou lbs , delivered oo carsorboal In I'hlladolphla The Analysis is guaranteed to cvry purchaser and JUUUUjr ISA ITCH'S $25 PHOSPHATE. Bend (or circular tlnwlng guaranteed anal) sis, 33AUGH & SONS, Solo Manufacturers, . , 20 South Delaware Ave, Phlla. April 7, nr. ' BL00MS80RG SIXTH NOllMAL SCHOOL DISTKIOT. Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania. Rov. D. J. WALLER, Jr., Ph. D., Principal. Tins cuijuuu aaai inuscnv cuubuiuivui unvia mu kij umi luuuura iui i luivosiuuui unu wiassicai icurniuK. . UullUlnfra spacious. Inviting ana commodious ;cnuiplctciy Ucatcd by steam, well ventilated, l!fflitcdhygft8,ftndfiirni8ho(t with a bountiful suuiy of Location licaltlitul, anu easy of access. Teachct t experienced, cniclont, and allvo to their work. Expends moderate. Fifty cents a week deduction to all oxpcctlng to teach. Students admitted at courses of study prescribed by tho btato i f. Model School. It. Preparatory. III. Elementary. IV, Clasnical. I. Ailititipt fliitirafif! Arailenilc. II. Commercial. III. Coitrso in Mtmln. IV. Cntir... Tho Elementary. Sclent lllo and Classlc.M Courses aro I'HOFKSSIONAL, and Students gradualng roiiuwitgcorrrsponuingiregrues, minster ui vuo wormai LeriincaiepiiieirRiiaiiiineinn, hikihu uy uiucuinui 111.1 iiuuru ui j rusiees. Tho courso of stud y prescribed by tho stato is liberal, and tho s:lontlilc nnd Classical courses are not Tim HtntArpmilrpn 11 htulier order ot cltlrenshln. Tlio times demand It. Ills ono nf tnn nriimi nhtp lnglniclil gent and efficient Teachers tor her schools. To this end It solicits young persons or good abilities and rood purposes, Ihose who desire n Improve their tlmo and their talents, as Studonts. To nil such It promises aid In developing their powers, and abundant opportunities for well paid laoor aiuir leavimrncimoi, i-nr i;!uiuuKiie.uuuicsa iuu i-iiuiiiui. IHIN.WII.l.lA.ll i:i,Vi:i.l I'rc.ldriit llonrd or Trtmtrc. l'.l'. Dlf.LMVEIt, Secretary OJt). 1, 'St.- GUNS CF EVERY KIND CHEAPER THAN EVER. ltlfloH, feliut flu nt, Ki-voltrri, Aintiiiuil tloii, Finlilm; Tucktu, Schtot, NcU, Knives, U;u.(irH( hknte, IliunmocUn, t'tt', Xfirf TUiislidtcd Cntitlou l'ltlH". GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS, VlTTSHUlMin, l-.l. WANTED! Lndlennnil fleiitlenu'ii, tii cngago Allh in lu M'll ki'Vi'nil llsl'llll Hoiisi IkiIiI &rll-lc. I'l-ofltH lili'itr. Labor ii llulil. ,Ki ltil vc torrllnry -lcil. No i iiiiiKt. ..on. 'lL'iiuil.lx'riil. Ciri'ul iri I'KKK. Ail-lres llunltt jliuiiilacl'i; Co., Itu sii, I'lttsbiiruli, I'n. " A NEW CURB FOR tj n trw r rrr r n ,n ;t t ;i nra n iu AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN. Sufi, urp, clpi,ty fttnl c Iieiiii. dunuU1 I'.irLmte, Voi PaiJ, 3H rt. AUI'.NTH W.NTi;i. AiMrew, OT. Hm TclfctrHtoii, I 'I I tbu rfjll, I'll. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of all kinds for sale very chonp. Catalogues froo. Address RICHARD HULL & CO.. Box 808, rituburgh, Pa. iprll21-0m J. II. J. t GIVEN AWAY. Zimmerman Fruit Dryer How and Tor TcraaAiilrcM ZIMMERMAN FRUIT DRYER CO., Cincinnati, O. April 21 -im aid Morphine CURED In I0to20 THOUSANDS rffirenre. from rwrson. curcil. o until L'urrV). llr. J. HTKrIIK.NM, l.. bii:iuii, l Apill3l-3m all SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR " THE COLUMBIAN $2.00 A YEAR. f!oo.l,I.iiilles',Cc!itlcmcn'ii nul Children's Wear and Housekeeping Appoiiilim nlv. wl&cii Fanners Must articles neeileil In thn f irm, nml mu i will minim THE HIGHEST PRICES buy a rcllablo whoit manure at Si per (on of Is also plainly pi Intcd oti every bag, o siy to AGENTS 0 STATE iviunieuiai jiusiur ui mu nuieuues ; Master 01 tne CAUTEON. GET THE BEST, ESTET OiQAlTS STMOMCJ- COIMLPJBTITIOIV In the manufacture of Organs U resulting in the production and sale of cheap goods, made from inferior materials. I refer partic ularly to bogus Organs that are continually springing into exis tence, without any merit whatever, except to be ofl'ered cheap, and then when purchased found to be dear at any price. Will you not then, reader, If you Contemplate consider it your only safeguard to select an instrument bearing the names of first class, wholly responsible m liters. A. good assort ment ot styles of the celebrated Estey Organs can now be seen at UlC 111.11 IUU1U3 Wl lllli VUtJT AUbUUilltUU ngDU', IQI tllU XJ fi toy Organs in Columbia County. A guarantee for five years from the manufacturer accompanies every Estey Organ. J. SAXiTZESR, Agent, ,un",w Bloonasbur, Pa. W23BE2R HARDMiLnr piAisros, FINK INLAID FRENCH WALNUT CASK ORGAN, STOPS, $l UASII. Easy TeriiiN. Satunictloii ;uniaiitci'tl. Bv,C03ST'S FInSTO ROOMS, MUSIC HALL BLOCK, WILKBS-BAUXUI VL .IlllielO.'al.ly ' f IB FOUND UU 1 IITI M THE ltlGUT PLAGE TO GET A SPRING OR SUMMER SUIT IS AT DAVID LOWENBERQ, Biylish Well MM Clothing AT THE! EXAMINE THE FINEST STOCK OF YOUTHS' BOYS' and fliiilim aOTIIIE BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS HANDSOME P A T T E li NiS. PERFECT FITS, AN IMMENSE STOCK OF siisrca- GKDOIDS OM HAND. SCHOOL Discipline, firm but kind, uniform and thorough any tlmo. llooms reserved when desired, In Art. V. fiiinto In l'livsical Culture. therein, ncelvo stato Diplomas, conferring Iho uiai'Sics. wrauuaies in 1110 uuiur uunrsua icvui.u Inferior to I hoso of our best Colleges. nf ihl Sptinol to heln to securo It. bv furnish Buying an Organ WAIL ROAD T'ME TABLE MSI: V) K.V NSY LV A NI A UAILUOAt). I'lllL. X AUEU'UIA li KHIK II. 11. DIVISION. WLVTEIt TIMK TAIILE, On and nttcr .MoncUv, rice, 19, 1381. thn nmt ... thoI'liliadcliiliIaA Krln Hit Irodd Dlvisinm.n, as follows l ... WJtSl WA1IU. Erie Mall leaves I'lilladclplila 11 r,r, n m " ',; "arrlsbiirff 4 83 arn " " Hunbury oa.ini. " " Willlnmsport 8 40u!n " " I)Ck Haven n 40 n in Kan" a r,o m nrrlvo at Krio 1 ii . S Niagara ExprcbB leavesl'lilladelplila goo a rn " " Hunbury lMrjin " Wllllamiport 8 85 R m " " Hcnovo 6 4.1 1, in " " Kano low 11 rn Fast Lino leaves l'lilladelplila 11 SO n m ' Ilarrlsburs awpm ' " Kiinbury SlGnm ' " Wllllamsport TlOiim arrlvo at I-ock Haven 8 10 p in EASTWHD, Lock I!acn Express leaves Lock Haven ; 50 a in " " wllllamsport nor, am " ." sunbury loioam " arrlvo at llarrlsburff wesnm , " 1'lilladelpliTa 5 Up m Fast Lino leaves uanandalzua 7 03 ! in Watklns 8 40 pm " " Elrnlra OfcOpiS " " Wllllamsport 1ibhuj ", Hunbury 182 am " arrives nt llnrrlaburtf 8 1! n m " " l'lilladclpula Too am Day Express leaves Kano 0 no a m !! !! .HeS,Y m "3 am " " Ick Haven it 15 a m " " Wllllamsport la 15 pm " arrlvo at llarrlsburc asopni ' " l'lilladelplila 7 05 p ni Krio Mall leaves Erlo 11 33 (i m " " Kano 4 10 p m " " Iteuovo inn " Lock llavcn 10 10 1 m " " Wllllamsport llsopm " " uunbury 103 am " arrives at IUrrlsburg 3 00am " " riilladelpluu 7 00 a in EiloMall west and Lock Haven Hxpress East make Moat connections nt Northumberland Willi L. & 11. 11. H. trains for Wllkesbarro and scranton, Erlo Mall West, Nlagar.i Exprois West nnd Fast Lino West mnko close connection nt Wllllamsnort wliu N. U. H. W. trains north. Nlajrara Express West nnd Day L'ipni3s East make close conuccllon at Lock Haven with 11. k. v H. It. trains. Erlo Mall East and West connect ut Erpjwilh trains on L. H, At M. S. h. ll. ; at Corry with 11. l'.A- W. H. It.; at Emporium with 11, N. V.il'. 11. it. and at Driftwood with A. V. It. it. Parlor cars will run between Philadelphia un t v lllamiport on Niagara Express west, and Day E'pressEast. Weeping cars on all nlcht trains. HOIIEUT NK1LSON, General Hupt NOKTHEKN CKNTIUL HVILWAY COMPANY. on and after February 13th,lS3l trains will leavr Sunbury asfollows: NORTUWAKD. Northern Express 0.31 a.m.,arrlve Elmtra u.so pm Arrlvo at canandalgua i.tt p m. " llochpster 440 . . " Nlacan. 845 Niagara Express 1.50 p. m. arrlvo Elmtra c 05 p m arrlvo Caunndalgua 8.35 " liochester 045 " " Nla?aru li.to a In Fast lino 8.15 p m nrrlvn Elmlra 10.20 p m " Watklns It 10 pin SOUTHWAHD. Soiithci u Express 1M a.m. arrlvo HarrlsbV 3,15 nm an lvo Philadelphia 7.00 " " Now York 0.35 " " liMtlrnoro 7.10 i. " .Washington f.,22 a t.i Lock Haven Ex 10.50 a m arrive HarrlsbV 1ms pm arrive Philadelphia 5 to p m " Now York 8.4.1 " Baltimore 5.21 " Washington 0 47 Day Express 1.5 p m an lvo Harrlsburg p.so p m ' Philadelphia 7.C8 " " New Yoik ln.oo " lialtlmore 7.00 " Washington 8.17 Erie Mall 1.01 a. m. arrive Harrlsburg S.00 a. m ' Philadelphia 7.00 " " Mw York o.3 " " Daltlmoro 7.M , " Washington 8 22 J.H. WOOD, General Pasienger as nt, FItANK THOMSON, Ooneral Manai r. pUILADELPIIA ash KEADINO KOAI ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TKAINS. November 7th, 1881. TRAINS LK1VB BUrSKT AS K0LL0W6(RUKPA Y BXCErTar. For New York,Ph!ladclphla,Itead!ng,FottsUre Tomaqua, 0., 11,45 a. m For Catew tssa, 11,45 a. m. 4 f c ana 7,50 p. m. For Wllllamsport, 6,15 8,50 a. m, and 4,05 p. tn. TKAINS ?OB BIIMttT LBAVK AS FOLLOWS. (DDNUAV l)avo Now York, via. Tamanend S.43 a. ra. and via. Dound Crook Iloute 7,15 a ni. Leave PhUadolph'a, 9,45 a. m. Leave Heading, 11,55 a. ta., l'ollsvllle, iv.io r? andTamaqua, 1,35 p. m. Leavo Catawlssa, 0,10 8,40 a. m. and 4,00 p. in. Leave SS'llllamsport ,9,45 a.m,2,oo p. m. and 4,30 p. in Passengers to and from New York, via. Tama nend and to and from Phlla ! phla go through w ithout chango df cars. J. E. WOOITEN, General Manager O, 0. HANCOOK, General Passenger and Tlckot Agent, Jan.10, is81 it. ELAWAltE, LACKAWANNA AND WEslEltN ItAILltOAD. BLOOMSBURG DIVISION. NOHTII STATIONS. scranton... llfltomii. 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A u .1,,,, 4 imu CHEAT 8AVINO 1 fVINO POUAU T 'H 1 r"r "'d ""e fraerauce lias inailo ilns uclisiiiriil r nine mcctdiiiuly popular, 'llii'ro 111,0 U'oa lvw'B I'lKi-s- TON Coloonii and look fur signature of Ul'.l,EtvMVu ! YIN j iv f7t! MarcU8, 'SI Jy, Tl tru.i 11 Afctliiuii I'ureii ii ,JKTiognii(, ,-t 3l" , ' .-T' 1 ' I'-tt li, full, if St' ori, Ml ,";;-i,'J:,ia G NGERTONIC: 1 11 1 Aprll7 4-W "