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Saturday, September 24,1870.
The end of everything—The letter G.
Hardships of the ocean—The iron
To remove stains from character—get
Seasonable advice—Have your census
An overworked 'horse is like an umbrel
la—it's used up.
'Men is a man's word strong ?-IYben
can't break it.
beMotto,for a modern• fashionable young
lady—Never too lute to bend.
, The difference between a baby and a
coat is'this 7 .4 the coat is what you wear
and the baby is what you were.
The only mention of paper money in
the Bible is in the passage where it says
that the dove brought the green—back to
Pharaoh's daughter was the first brok
er, as history, tells us that" she got a littel
prophet, (profit)from the rushes on the
An old gentleman who resides near
Boston never has green peas for dinner
without rememberinr , b the poor by sending
the pods to the orphan asylum.
" I say," said a Yankee to an Irishman
who was digging in a garden, " are you
digging out a hole in that onion bed ?"
" No," said Pat," I'm digging out the dirt
and leaving the bole."
A stump speaker exclaimed, " I know
no North, no South, no East, no West,
fellow citizens.—" Then,"exclaimed an
old farmer to the crowd, "its time you
went to school and larnt jography."
- An incorrigible New York loafer, being
taken to task for his laziness, replied, "
tell you, gentlemen, you are mistaken ; I
have not a lazy bane in my body ; but the
fact is, I was born tired !"
" I wonder what's the reason," said a
wife to her husband, " that the turkey I
eat for dinner does not sit well on my
stomach." "Probably," replied the ag
gravated man " because it wasn't a hen
A wag, reading in one of Brigham
Young's manifestoe.i that "The great re
sources of Utah are women," exclaimed :
"It is very evident that the Prophet is
- disposed to husband his resources
So. there's another .rupture at :Mount
Vociferous, said Mrs. Partington, as she
put down the paper, and put on her specs;
" the paper tells us about the burning
lather running down the mountain, but it
don't tell how it got on fire."
-" Father," said a lady of ' the new
school to her indulgent spouse, as he re
sumed his pipe after supper one evening,
" you must buy our dear Georgiana an
English grammar and spelling-book. She
- has gone through her French, Latin and
Greek, music, drawing and dal cing, and
now she must commence her Eglish
,if they ain't too lazy, liv sumtimes
till they are 80, and destroy the time a
good deal as„follows: The fust 30 they
spend throwing stuns at a mark, the sec
ond 30 they spend in examining the mark
tew see whare the stuns hit, and the re
mainder is 'divided in. cussing the -stun
throwing bizziness and cussing the ruma
A Western paper thinks that women
would, not make good statesmen: " The
question•of the age"•"would always trouble
The Rev: Mr. 'Rogers, of Pekin, Ind.,
has insured the ,trout. in his fish ponds
against, fire for 3,000, the ponds being
covered with wooden sheds.
Daniel. Bell, of Pugh township, Ind.,
who will be 90 years old next November,
challenges any man 'of his age in Decatur
county, tp,wrestle 'or run a foot race.
A woman by the name of 'Landers, of
Anderion, Ind., , died, very suddenly,
Thursday, after 'having paten a few toma
toes, which were supposed to have been
impregnated with potato bugs.
D. B. Weir, of Marshall county, is said
to hive the'..largest orchard in Illinois.
It consists of over 200 acres of apple and
peach trees, and about 30 acres of small
fruit.' 2 lewill - take 20 men two months to
gather his apples.
. Wm. Collier's three sons, in Chippewa
township; 0., wore struck by lightning on
the 25th of July. One was instantly kill
ed.; si,nce then one of the others has died,
and•yory little hopes are entertained of
the reeoveryof the third one.
Manufacturers at Lock ICairen, Pa., and Whole
-sale Dealers In
WHITE PINE, .
, OAK LUMBER, '
. - . LATH,
. . C 0 A. 1,.!
Special attention paid to Coal Trade. Best
brands always on band, and sold at the lowest
market price. Orders for shipment promptly
THOMAS & MASOIs.T,
. Columbia, Fa.
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
LAY IN' YOUR WINTER SUPPLY,
The subscriber is now prepared to furnish the
best qualities of ANTHRACITE COAL for
STOVES, GRATES and FURNACE purposes.
Having. laid in a large stock at the lowest
prices ,we are prepared. to give our customers
Coal at great advantage.
The following first-class Coals we now offer for
PRESTON, PHIL'A. COAL CO.,
• PLANK RIDGE, HICKORY SHAFT,
WEST LE.EIIGH, - BALTIMORE CO.,
PINE GROVE '
WEST LEIIIGIK NUT,
For Base-burning and Self feeding Stoves. AU
Coals sent out are clean and free iron:: impuri
ties. ' •
XiSSTALL NUT COAL AT 3.50 , PER. TON.
Call and examine the different prices of Coal.
Coal Yard opposite Bachman's Flaming Mill,
Front street, ColumbloPa.
05.:1:71:!IST PRIZE MEDALS AWARDED
- ' , BALTIMORE'TIANO
- " Manufactory.
virmtir.x.amer SNABE 8t CO.,
-'3llanufacturer of Grand, Square and -
These Instruments have been before the pub
lic for nearly thirty years, and upon their excel
lence alone attained an unpnrchased pre-emi
nenceir,* -T which pronounces them unequalled
Combines great power, sweetness and fine sing
ing quality. as well ae, ,, veat, purity of Intona
tion, and sweetness tbroughorit the entire scale.
Thel•,r,•• • TOUCH
le pliant and - elastic, and entirely free from the
stiffness found in so ninny, Pianos. -
In WORKMANSHIP •
They am unequalled, using none but thevery
best seasoned material, the large. capital ern
,ployed in our business enabling us to keep con- ,
banally an immense stock of lumber,, &c.,
Atii- All oiti Square 'Pianos have - our New Im
proved Overstrung Scale and the - Agraff4 , 7%-erbk.
le- We -would. call special attention to ,our
late, improvements ..in • GRAND PIANOS, and
SQUARE GR , AN'DS,, , Patented 14„.,:11160,'
which bring the Piano nearer perfection ;than
Las yet, been attained. - - •
,• le..,Brery Pkrnofidly, , Wprranfaf2fur rears. •
We...have,made,, arrangements: ,for thO , Role'
Wholesale Ag. erlfgr for, the . most Celebrated
PARLOR ORGA.NS and MELODEONS, which
we of fer. Wholesale and Retail. at Lowest' Fan,
tory Prices. . 4 .7,AMES BELLA K,. • .
- Wholesala - DePot;
sepl7-8m) , 279 & 481 South sth St.;Philadelphfa.
To the Nervous and Debilitated.
Whose snfferings have been protracted from
hidden causes, and whose cases require prompt
treatment to render existence desirable: If you
are suffering, or have suffered, from involun
tary discharges, what effect does it produce upon
your general health? Do you feel weak, debili
tated, easily tired? Does a little extra exertion
produce palpitation of the heart? Does your
liver, or urinary organs, or your kidneys, fre
quently get out of order? Is your urine some
times thick, milky or flocky, or is it ropy on
settling ? Or does a thick scum rise to the top?
Or is a sediment at the bottom after it bas stood
awhile? Do you have spells of short breathing
or dyspepsia? Are your bowels constipated?
Do you have spells of fainting, or rushes of blood
to the head? Is your memory impaired? Is
your mind constantly dwelling on this subject?
Do you feel dull, listless, moping, tired of com
pany, of life? Do you wish to be left alone, to
get away from everybody? Does any little thing
make you start or jump? Is your sleep broken
or restless? Is the lustre of your eye as bril
liant? The bloom on your cheek as bright? Do
you enjoy yourself in society as well? Do you
pursue your businesswith the same energy? Do
you have as much confidence in yourself ? Are
your spirits dull and flagging, given to fits of
melancholy? If so, do not lay it to your liver
or dyspepsia. Have you restless - nights? Your
back weak, your knees 'weak, and haie but
little appetite, and you attribute this to dys
pepsia or liver-complaint ?
Now, reader, self-abuse, venereal diseases
badly cured, and sexual excesses, are all capa
ble of producing a weakness of the generative
organs. The organs of generation, when in
peifect health, make the man. Did you ever
think that those bold, defiant, energetic, perse
vering, successful business men are , always
those whose generative organs are in perfect
health? You never hear such men complain of
being melancholy, of nervousness, of palpitation
of the heart. They are never afraid they can
not succeed in business; they don't become sad
and discouraged; they are always polite and
pleasant in the company of ladies, and look you
and them right in the face—none of your down
cast looks or any other meanness about them.
I do not mean those who keep the organs infla
ted by running to excess. These will not only
ruin their constitutions, but also those they do
business with or for.
How many men, from badly cured diseases,
from the effects of self-abuse and excesses, have
brought about that state of weakness in those
organs that has reduced the general system so
much as to induce almost every other disease—
idiocy, lunacy, paralysis, spinal affections, sui
cide, and almost every other form of disease
which humanity is heir to, and the real cause
of the trouble scarcely ever suspected, and have
doctored for all but the right one.
Diseases of these organsx equire the use of a
Diuretic. HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT
BUCHU is the great Diuretic, and is a certain
cure for diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys, Grav
el, Dropsy, Organic Weakness, Female Com
plaints, General Debility, and all diseases of the
Urinary Organs, whether existing in Male or
Female, from whatever cause originating, and
no matter of how long standing.
If no treatment is submitted to, Consumption
or Insanity may ensue. Our flesh and blood are
supported from these sources, and the health
and happiness, and that of Posterity, depends
upon prompt use of a reliable remedy.
Helmboltrs Extract Buchu, established up
ward of 19 years, prepared by H. T. HELM
BOLD, Druggist, 594 Broadway, New York, and
101 South 10th Street, Philadelphia. Pa. PItICE
-01;25 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $0.50, delivered to
any address. old by all 'Druggisis everywhere.
10" NONE ARE GENUINE unless done up in
steel engraved wrapper, with fac-similie of my
Chemical Warehouse, and signed
April 1, '7O-Iyr. H. T. HELMBOLD.
_Professors Bticuawasi & Dowx of the American
University, aro making wonderful cures
of Cancers, Tuntoure and Ulcers by their.
IA new discovery. A painless treatment, no a
• knife, no plasters, no caustic burning. el
7;,, The most lrontark
• ablo effects CANCERS. of this bi
• treatment is, it sepa
t2 rates the chemical elements of cancerous tit
E.,4 growths, so that they shrivel, die and dia. •
appear and will not return. All those af- .
Dieted can call on tho Professors Buchanan & Down
University; or address, No. 514 Pine Street, Philailal
aug 6 70-Iyr
BM Ellitli U Till HP
Rave elapsed since the introduction of the Pain
Killer to the public, and yet at the present time
it is more popular and commands to larger sale
than ever before. Its popularity is not confined
to this country alne • all over the world its ben
eficial effects in curing the •ills that flesh is
heir to," are acknowledged and appreciated,and
as a RAII•Txrr.,LER its fame is limited to no count
ry, sect nor race. It needs only to be known to
THIRTY YEARS is certain a long enough time
to prove the efficacy of any medicine, and that
the PAIN' KILLER is deserving of all its proprie
tors claim for it, is amply proved by the unpar
alleled populttri ty it has attained. It is a sure and
effective remedy.. Sold by all Druggists. Direc
tions accompany each bottle.
CURE FOR CONSUMPTION.
What the Doctors Say:
AMOS WOOLLEY. M. D., or Kosciusko Coun
ty, Indiana, says: For three years past I have
used ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM extensively in
my practice, and lam satisfied there is no bet
ter medicine for lung diseases in use."
ISAAC A. DORAS, M. D., of Logan County,
Ohio, says: "ALLEN'S BUNG BALSAM not only
sells rapidly but gives perfect satisfaction in
every case within my knowledge. Having con
fidence in it and knowing that it possesses val
uable nitedlcinal properties, I freely use it in my
daily practice, and with unbounded success.
As an expectorant it is most certainly far ahead
of any preparation I have ever yet known."
NATHANIEL HARRIS, M. D.,
bury, Vermont, says: "I have no doubt it will
soon become a classical remedial agent for the
cure .of all diseases of the Throat, Bronchial
Tubes, and the Lungs.
Physicians do not recommend a medicine
which has no merits what they say about
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM,
Can be taken as a fact.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
READ THIS ! •
Lazarus & Morris'
AND EYE GLASSES
That they render impaired sight clearer and dis
tinct; strengthen and preserve the eye; are
very easy and pleasant to wear, and last many
years without change being necessary, so that
in the end they are the cheapest as well as the
NOTICE, that Mr. Chas. P. Schreiner, Watch
maker and Jeweler, Front street, is our sole
agent in Columbia, Pa.
Lazarus & Morris. Manufacturing Opticians
Hartford, Conn. sept4.'6D-tfw
ROWARD SANITARY AID AS
For the Relief and Cnre of the Erring and Un
fortunate, on Principles of Christian
Essays on the Errors of Yothh, and the Follies
of Age, in relation to Marriage and Social Evils,
with sanitary aid for the afflicted. Sent Tree, in
sealed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASsO
- Box P, Philadelphia. rim-7'704y
PRICE REDUCED! THE BEST IN THE
New . York Observer.
$3 PER ANNUM
ONE MONTH FREE ON lemur.,
SIDNEY E. dIORSE, JR , CO.,
Sept.lo-it 37 Park Row. Naw York
TvrANTED.—Lands in Pennsylvania for cash
yy and good stocks, TOWNSEND 'BROS ,
134 South Third .street, Philadelphia. Sept.lo-4t
,A CHANCE SELDOM OFFERED ! I own an in- .
terest in one of the beat Silver Mines of the
day. developing, &c., near Georgetown, Col.
Can satisfy you of its undoubted value as a good
investment and a paying, one. Best of referen
ces given. wish to sell one-nalt of it very
cheap for cash. Address my atty's,TOWNSEIsM
BROS., 134 South Third street, Philadelphia..
Sl.O 0. 0001 N SIX MONTHS ran be made
by a shrewd and reliable man.
Sn a sure, safe business. lave:An - lent of 525
return's clear profit of $175. For particulars
call• on or address the NORTH AMERICAN
PICTURE CO., I%7o.Bs:Nassau Street, New York .
EWSPAPER. ADVERTISING. A.New Book
of 158 pages. Price 30 cos. by mall. ADIER,
1 CAN NEWS CO., New York Sept.lo-4
Is Brighter, will not Fnde, Cost Less than any
other because it will - Paint twice as much.
SOLD BY ALL .DEALELIS IN
WEEKS d.r.. CO., Manufacturers,
Sept.lo-4t Ballorth 4th Street„Philadelphla
A VOID QUACKS.—A victim of early indiscre-
Afton,, causing nervous • debility, premature
decny, dzc., having tried vain every advertised
remedy. has a simple means of self-cure, which
he will send free to his fellow-sufferers. Ad
dress.,T. H. TUTTLE, 78 Nassau st.,‘View York.
110SYCLIOMANOY, Olt SOUL CIIARMING.—A
r.wonderful book; it shows how either sex. can
fascinate any one they, wish, instantly. (All
,posses this power.) It teaches how to get rich,
Alchemy, Sorceries, Incantations, Demonology,
Magic Mesmerism,Spiritualism,Marriace Glade
'and a thousand wonders. Malted for 25 cents.
',Address T. WILLIAM S CO:, Publishers, South
7th street, Philadelphia. Pa. Sept.lo-4t
''PRINIING.—UaII at the
►• 'Steam Printing House, of the COLI.TSIB/V
Y; rear bf Collin:oSM 'National Bank, and• ex
amine specimens of Letter Heads,Notes,Cards itc
NEW! NEW!! NEW !!!
,1129.F..AiND STATIONERY STORE,
No. 282 LOCUST ST., COLUMBIA, PA.
' The subscrlnen3 have just opened and offer to
the public a complete assortment of
SCHOOL, BLANK AND MISCELLANEOUS
BOOKS, STATIONERY of ALL KINDS,
And of every quality, Including a large and
first-rate stock of
CAP, LETTER,, NOTE AND BILL
SCHOOL AND SUNDAY SCHOOL MOTTOES,
Envelopes, Ink, Slates, Faber's & Guttknecht's
Pencils, &c. Toy Books Pass Books, Tuck
Memorandum Books, Initial Paper, &c.,
Bibles, Testaments and Hymn Books.
All "weekly and Monthly papers and maga
zines received as soon as publlbhecl. The custom
of the public is respectfully solicited.
AW .- Remember the place—No. 202 Locust Street,
one door below the Columbia Steam Fire En
sepl-69-tfwi JOHN L. WRIGHT & CO.
- NEW STYLE
The Subscriber bas on hand at his Furniture
Store, all kinds and styles of
CURTAIN FIXTURES, &c
To which he would respectfully call the atten
tion of the Public.
sept4-69-tfw] No. 251 Locust St., Columbia,
W . L. BEAR & CO.,
Children's, Boys' and Youth's
CLOTHING EMPORIUM !
East King Street, Lancaster.
TWO DOORS EAST OF THE COURT HOUSE
SUITS OF ALL AGES,
MADE OF THE BEST MATERIALS, AND IN
THE LATEST STYLES
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF BINDINGS AND
TRIMMINGS FOR, SALE.
A variety of beautiful patterns of Cassimeres
and Tweeds to make to order or sell by the yard,
constantly on band. We intend to make this a
Agents for the Staten Island Dyeing Estab
lishment, one of the oldest and best in the
Ladies' Dresses, Cashmere, 13roche, Wool,
Crane, and all other Shawls; Gentlemen's Coats,
Pants and Vests, Kid Gloves, kt.c., dyed, cleaned
and refinished in the best manner.
J 6Y - Clothing repaired and renovated with
neatness and dispatch. • apll6-tt
ri OUSEFURNISHING . GOODS
JUST PURCHASED, AT REDUCED
PRICES, a splendid Assortment of new and de
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
COOKING STOVES— Anti-Dust Quaker
City, and the IViagdia.
BRITANNIA WARE, in Sets or separate,
to suit purchasers.
CUTLERY OF ALL KINDS.
WATER COOLERS, REFRIGERATORS,
of all sizes and styles.
Special attention paid to GAS FITTING and
PLUMBING. A largo assortment of splendid
CHANDELIERS always on hand.
A Variety of BIRD CAGES, at all prices.
Agent for the Celebrated DOTY'S CLOTHES
WASHER. The most popular, best and cheapest
Washing Machine ever invented.
In connection with the above - Washing, Ma
chine, he has the
UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WRINGER 1
Cali at the corner of Second and Locust streets,
and satisfy yourself that you can get better bar
gains there than at any other establishment.
Cor. of Second and Locust Sts. Columbia, Pa
JOSEPH WALTON A: CO.,
NO. -113 WALNUT ST., PIIILADFLPHIA.
Our establishment is one of the ()Westin Phil
adelph i, and from long experience and superior
facilities we are prepared to furnish good work
at reasonable prices.
We manufacturo line furniture, and also me
dium-priced furniture of superior qualify. A
large stock of furniture always on hand. Goods
made to order
Counters. Desk Work and Office Furniture for
Banks, Offices and Stores, made to order.
Jos. Walton. J.;W. Lippincott. Jos. L. Scott
GREAT EXCITEMENT AMONGST
How can good GOODS be sold so cheap, is 111
SUGARS, TEAS, MEAT,
COFFEE, FRUITS, FISH
SPICES, CHEESE, FLOUR.
SALT, Sc., Ac.
Provisions of all kinds, together with Wood
and Willow-ware and Glass and Queensware.
Switzer and Limberger Cheese, German Fruits,
SUGAR CURED HAMS Sc DRIED BEEF.
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PICKLES.
Fresh Peaches, and all the Fancy Groceriesper
tattling to a well regulated Grocery Store.
I am determined not to be surpassed in cheap
ness and in the excellent quality of my goods.
larCall around and inspect our stock wliethe
you buy or not. A share of public patronage is
No. 249 Locust Street
The Subscriber would respectfully inform his
customers and the Public generally, that he has
Just received a general assortment of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, TEAS AND SPICES.
Refined Sugars of all kinds,
No.l, and Mess Mackerel
English & Anaerleau Pickles,
Sugar Cured Hams and Beef,
Extra Fine Syrups,
Old Rio and Java Coffee
DRIED AND CANNED FRUITS,
Raisins, Prunes and prepared Mustard always
on hand and of the very best grades.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR,
CORN MEAL, HOMINY, &c.,
Fancy ,Groceries, Canned Vegetables sad Fruits,
for hotels and families. The best Goods
only are sold, and prices very low.
Our stock of staple and fancy groceries is lull
and complete and we intend keeping it fresh, by
almost daily additions.
Notions of different kinds always on hand.
4epl-69-tfw] cor. 4th & Locust Sts.
THE COLUMBIA DEPOSIT BANK
No. 161 LOCUST STREET,
3 Doors below the First National Bank,
EDWARD H. SMITH, DANIEL IL DETWILER,
ISAAC E. /lIESTER, SOLOMON S. DETWILER,
IItIGIS K. :NORTE, DENEY N. KEHLER.
Ai,' Who are individually responsible for all the lin
abilities of this Bank. We.
TIIE COLUMBIA DEPOSIT BANK
Offers unsurpa.ssed accommodations to
Interest at the rate of 4 per Cent per Annum
ON :DAILY BALANCES
The long experience of the members of this
Bank enables them to understand the require
ments of this community, and to give every at
tention and facility for the prompt transaction
of all business committed to their care.
The Bushiest; of the Bank will be to BUY
AND SELL BONDS, STOCK'S, GOVERN—
MENT SECURITIES AND GOLD, AND DIS
COUNT PROMLSSOItY NOTES AND BILLS,
and transact a General Bunking Business.
5 1-2 Per Cent Interest Allowed
for 12 Months.
mar 26 '7O-ly C. E. GRAYBILL, Cashier.
()DD FELLOWS', MECHANICS',
KNIGHTS OF PYTHrAS, and all kinds
of 6oclety Legallas and Palaphernalla,
Manufactured to order, at
E. J. EItISMAN'S
No. 4114 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa
WEIOLESALE AND RETAIL.
1170.'=' WEST RING STREET.
PIANOS, ORGANS, 3IELODEONS
VIOLINS, VIOLIN DOW'S, CELLO ISOW/4,
ACCORDEONS, FLUTINAS, CONCERTINAS.
TAMBORIN/M, GUITARS,' lIA NJOS.
FLAGEOLETS. lIAE3IONICAS, CLAPPEIL4,
DRUMS, " FIFES, I , L U D ES,'
TRIAMGLES, ' TUNING FORMS, PITCII
MUSIC BOXES, MUSIC FOLIOS, MUSIC 'BOOKS.
Plano and Melodeon Covers, Plano and 3felo
deons Stools, Strings of all kinps, Sheet Music.
Music Books;.3lualc Papers, and every descrip.
Lion of ZiUsICAL MERCHANDISE.
Acia-.-1.11 Orders filled promptly at the usual
Wholesale or 'Metall Prices, and satisfaction
.o'aTTuaing and ropatzingloromptly attended to.
• - A. W. WOODWARD,
de01.%9411 No. 22 West Klux St.„ Lancaster
T C. BUCHEIti
Wines and Liquors !
Has removed his Store to his Building, adjoining
Hnideman's Store, Locust St. Columbia, Pa.,
whero he has fitted up rooms and greatly
lIEFtI3 BITTERS !
PURE AND UNADULTERATED,
These Bitters are celebrated for the great cares
they have performed in every ease, when tried
Dr. =shier offers fist hundred dollars to the pro
prietor of any Medicine that can show a greater
number of genuine certificates of cures effected
by it, near the place where it is made, than
Is for sole in Columbia-by
WINES AND LIQUORS!
COGNAC, OF DIFFERENT BRANDS
Also, OLD RYE WHISKEY and
Rectified cs , l3.lslry,Lonclon Brown Stout
MALT AND CIDER VINEGAR
He Is also Agent for the Celebrated
MISFILER'S HERB BITTERS
and FANCY ARTICLES, in great variety,
BEST STOUT PORTER!
From E. & G. LEIBBERT, LONDON
Cannot be purchased at any other establish
ment in town, and is warranted to keep fruits
and vegetables perfect,.
The Best Brands of Imported
SCOTCH AND LONDON ALE
TO SMOKERS AND CHEWERS
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO,
SNUFF, HAVANA, YARA, and
COMMON SEGARS. Also,
SNUFF 41: TOBACCO BOXES, PIPES—a
thousand and one varieties. Call at
J. C. BUCHER'S,
Locust Street, adjoining Haldeman's Store.
It In the greatest entabl hdim ent of the kind this
ride or Pklladelpl)la.
m ige r n , 2y il iVme . y for Lee's London Porter, and
TWO VALUAI3I,F, FARMS
1. AT PRI VATE SALE.
The subscritx,r °Maw for sale his TWO VAL
UABLE FARMS, hitt 'Ms; In Freedom township,
Adams conn ty, (on Marsh creek, about Bye tulles
southwest of ettysburg). The one containing
121 ACREii, more or less, and line a Two-Story
MUCK-HOUSE, Bank Barn, Corn Crib, Wagon
shed, and everything else needed in the line of
buildings; splendid well of water at the door,
and a stream through the farm; prime Orchard,
Sc. Land well limed, and In productive condi
tion. The other Farm cantains 1.111 ACRES,
more or lees, also with good Buildings, plenty
of good water, fruit, Sc.; land has been limed,
and ih excellent order. Due proportions of
timber and meadow to each, and fencing nearly
all chestnut. These Farms offer rare attrac
tions. 'rho terms will be made easy, as the
money Is not much needed. Call on or address
' • ABRAHAM RIRISE,
july3o-8t Gettysbn Prma.
I ngl MAE COMB will change any colored
hair or beare to a perma
nent black or . buown. It
Contains no poison. Anyone. can use It. Ono
sent by mall for $l. Address Magic Comb CO.
Spring-field, Mass. aug2o-3m.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Increased his facilities for doing
a more extensive business
AIISECLER'S HERB BITTERS
MISRLER'S HERB BITTERS
J. C. BUCHER,
At liLs Store, Locust Street, Columl3la
Embracing the following;
Currant and Muscat 'WINES
BRANDIES of all kinds
Superior Olu Rye,
Pure Old Rye,
XXX Old Rye,
XX Old Rye X Old Rye,
Pure Old Rye, Monongahela,
Scotch Ale, &c., kc., c
At J. C. BiTCHER'S
PURE & UNADULTERATED
For Sale by
T. C. BUCHER
Far sale by
S. C. BUCHER,
Locust Street, above Front
Agent for the
PURE MALT VINEGAR
J. C. 11IICII-ER
BirerrEß will still keep on hand the
Best Brands of
MIN I_N- El A S 0 T A. :
Its Resources and Progress—lts Beauty,
Healthl ulness and Fertility, and
its Attractionsond Advantages
as a Home for Immi
Compiled from official sources and published by
direction 01 Governor Horace Austin.
In a convenient and readable form it exhibits
the inducements offered by Minnesota to per
sons seeking new homes, and includes the offi
cial statistics illustrative of the marvelous
growth and development of that young, vigor
ous and healthy state.
Other publications to attract Immigrants usu
ally deal in indiscriminate puffery and grossly
exaggerate statements. Thisgives a candid ex
hibit of facts, derived chiefly from the State Bu
reau of Statistics, and otherwise supported by
scientific and disinterested testimony of the
most incontestible clittract,r.
After a short geographical and historical
sketeli,showing the central position of the state
and the events of its young history, follows a
description of its beauty and fertility from the
testimony 01 high military and literary author
ities; an exhibit of mineral iesonrces ; a de
scription of its beautiful lakes, rivers, timber,
game and fish; a dissertation on the climate, il
lustrating its marvelous healthfulness and
adaptation to agriculture; shows how the culti
vated area grew front 1000 acres in 1830 to 1,090,
000 acres in 1809, with surplus of 1.1,000,000 bushels
of wheat for export; gives tables of compari
son, proving otnclatly that fUinnesota excels
lowa anti Ohio in her average product of wheat
andail other staples except corn; shows a more
ample and effective water power than all New
England, and that, while not a Lillie of this
power is yet used, the extent and value of man
unit:tures have increased 143 per cent. iu nine
The book also shows the value and importance
of the lumbering in t crest, common cial resources
and progress, navigation, railroads constructed
and projected, including the Not thorn Pacific—
already energetically pushed forward—the
amazing development of common schools fl om
thirteen districts, live school houses and 259
scholars in 1851, to 2,521 districts, 1,920 school
houses and 102,010 scholars in 1860—progres to
population in which the State is shown to have
outstripped all her sisters. Due attention is
given to political and social Institutions, govern
ment, taxation, value of property, distribution
of wealth, improvement of farms, exemption
laws, law of descent, legal practice, statistics of
charitable institutions, poor, post offices, news
papers, religion, Sunday Schools, Masons, Odd
Fellows, ate. _
It concludes with a chap/ or on "Public Lands.
how and where to get them,"shows the amount
of unoccupied lands. how to Obtain " free farms."
gives tile location of the government land of
fices, describes Lie (inlet cut classes of public
lands and the several modes and cost of obtain
ing them under the homestead laws, by pre
ei option, to., with suggestions as to th e manner
and cost of starting farms, when to commence,
what money can do, what pluck and muscle
may do—wages, employment, and who should
conic to the State—affording, in short, all such
information as emigrants most need.
Part of the edition is accompanied with an ex
cellent map, showing the character of the differ
en t local' ties, Cc.
This book will be sent to any address in Amer
ica or Europe, free of postage or of her expense,
on application to E. 'AGI_;: DAVIS, Commiss
ioner 01 Immigration for the State of Minnesota,
N0.15S BaoADWAr New York, where all infor
mation in regard to the State will be cheer! ully
given. . sept.lo-4w
Agents Wanted, Male or Female,
PHYSICAL LIFE OF
W 0 M A_ IN.
By Geo. IL Nopheys, M. D.
This BRAVE, PURE DOOR is the great success or
the year. 43,500 have already been sold. it still
sells \rillt a rapidity quite unprecedented.
Agents all agree that they make money faster
than any other. 2duch lirst-class territory is
still open. Send a , once for pamphlet, ctc. Ad
dress GhO. MACLEAN, PrlnizsilEN,
PHIL., NEW YORK. & BOSTON septlo-4w
SETTING UP CLUBS.
Great Savinr , to Consumers
Parties enquire how to get up clubs. Our an
swer is send for Price List, and a Club form will
accompany it with lull directions,—malcing a
large saving to consumers and remunerative to
THE GREAT AMERNAI TEA CO.
81 6:83 VESEY STREET,
P. 0. Box 5543 NEW Yonx ' septlo-lw
T 11 "(Crel"o S ence.F Ellll u lice me". Itare
mond IC. Co., Wilmington,
S , Er 11 h) ., e l i i ' c le t i l l o r u tt s u i (l i e e .x ii p ti e u n c le , s v g in ua e rr
se tml i t g o o a u l r l
UU wo:ld renowned patent Silver Mould
Clothes Line , . For full particulars adddess the
Girard Wire Mills, Phil., Pa. Isei It 10-4 w]
Agents Wonted for
Its votaries, by Dr. 1 no. B. Ellis, The most
startling book of modern times. The whole
subject laid bare anti Its hideousness exposed to
universal execration. Written in the interest
or Civilization, Christianity and Public Morali
ty. Send for circulars and terms. U. S. Pub
lishing Co., N. Y., Cincinnati, Chicago and St„
n Book To sell our popular works
China & United States in-
WiliEll, Agents formation lor the people.
Before the Footlights. ,t.e. Our Rulers and our
Bights. Cheaper & Bess. Family Bibles. Best
Terms Offered. Address for Circulars,
PARNMLEE & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. [seplo-1w
A gents wanted—=s a month)--by the Amen
/lean Knitting 3.lachine Co., Boston _Mass., or
St. Louis, Mo. sept'24-3m.
Ag ents wanted to
The uest subscription Book out. Address O. D
CASE dc. CO., Hartford, Cond. sep2-1-4 r.
INDIAN CURE 4 iwill send the receipts by
FOR which I wes cured of CATAft-
CATARRAH : RAE and DEAFNESS free.
AND i ."-- Address Mrs. Jr. C. Leg-
DEAFNEss, g ett,E.oboken, N. J.
WANTED AGENTS—To sell the OCTAGON
SEWING MACHINE. It is licensed;
makes the "Elastic Lock Stitch," and is war
ranted for 5 years. Price $l3. All other :Ma
chines with an under-feed sold for $l5 or less
are infringements. Address OCTAGON SEW
ING MACHINE CO, ' St. Louis, Mo., Chicago,
Pittsburg, Pa., or Boston, Mass. junll-dm
TRUSSES I MOis's
PILE INSTRUMENTS Cure Rupture, Abdo
minal or Uterine Weakness and Piles. infrer
ent approved patterns. Comfortable, safe,light.
cleanly, used in bathing, indestructible (steel
springs coated.) Elastic Stockings, Belts, Braces,
Bandages, etc. Great Variety, Establishments,
1317 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, and 3 Ann
Street, New York, opposite Herald
Send stamp for pamphlet. Sold by Druggists—
mailed or expressed. junell-3m
$lO Enable. Liberal —Business entirelyucinducements .
aß e d sc h r o i n p:
Uve Circulars free. Address J. C. IGAND A: CO.,
Biddeford, Me. janll-3m
YV A. IU 4 EIF
NT. . gicO
$23. It makes the "Lock Stitch," (alike on both
sides) and is the only licensed underfeed Shuttle
Machine sold for less than $6O. Licensed by
Wheeler & Wilson, Grover & Baker and Singer
A Co. All other under-feed Shuttle Machines
sold for less than $6O are infringements, and the
seller and user liable to prosecution. Address
SO ET.INSON, CLARK & CO., Boston, Mass., Pitts
burg. Pa., Chicago. 111., or St. Louis, Mo. [J
Agents Wanted Everywhere 10)
Rev. _Albert Barnes'
Ilusines for Everybody. Pays SIO to Sf,l) per
Month. Send for Circulars to ZEIGLErt. Mc-
CURDY& CO., 18 South Sixth Street, Plata
Iphia, Pa. `—tuykt-,3m.
/ ~ ^ l l ~ N Q eu ~ yr ~ .
An UNFAILING REMEDY for Neuralgia Fa
cialls often etlecting a perfect cure in 'a single
day. No form of Nervous Disease fails to yield
to its wonderful power. Even In the severe
eases of Chronic Neuralgia, affecting the entire
system, its use for a few days affords the most
astonishing relief and rarely tails to produce a
complete and permanent cure. It contains no
materials in the slightest degree injurious. It
has the unqualified approval of the best physi
cians. Thousands in every part of the country,
greatefully acknowledge its power to sooth the
tortured nerves, and restoring the failing
Sent by mail on receipt of price and postage.
One P,,eltage - - $lOO - - Postage 6 cents.
Six Packages - - So OJ - - 27 • •
1 t Is sold by all dealers in drugs and medicines,
TURNER & CO.. Proprietors.
aug2o 3m] 120 Tremunt;ttreet, Boston.
_ENE FAMILY GROCERIES,
A LARGE & FINE STOCK JUST RECEIVED
I have now in Store a full assortment Of
Groceries S. Provisions
Extra Syrup Molahses, Fine Tens, Coffees, fie
Extra Sugar Cured HAMS and DRIED BEEF
Extra FAMILY FLOUR by the barrel
cr smaller quantity.
Dried Fruit, Pickles, and Fancy Groceries of nu
kinds, and at the lowest prices. Call and ex
amine my stock, whether you buy or not.
sepl-69-tfw] Cor. of Front'& Union Sts
SIGN . PA_INTIIERI
, ,may Can be seen by caning on D. Culley.
AGENTS WANTED—SIO per day—by the
AUEttic.tx KNITTING MACICESI: Co.. Bos—
ton, Mass. or St. Louis, Mo. jonell-Un
Its Effects aro
PIROVISIONS; &c., Sc
AND IN STORE!
For Family fund note! use
TOBACCO SI SWABS.
tJ WHOLESALE S RETAIL
TOBACCO, SNUFF w SEGAI MANU-.
Agent for the New York Fine Cut, Navy, and
Monitor Chow-Chow Chewing Tobaccos, corner
of Front and Locust streets, Columbia, Fa.
MRS. G. M. BOOTH,
N 0.153 LOCUST ST., COLUMBIA, PA.
SEGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFFS,
And all articles usually kept in a first-class To
bacco ankt Segar Store The public Ca , rely on
getting at our store as good goods for the money
as can be obtained at any similar establishment
in the State.
I do not think it necessary to publish my
Prices. as the Goods will tell for themselves.
MRS. G. M. BOOTH,
Locust Street, Columbia, Pa.
septll-69-lyw Sign of the Pundh.
11077 RING MILL.
COLUINIBIA FLOUR MILLS.
GEORGE BOGLE, PROPRIETOR.
The highest Cash prices paid for all kinds of
SUPERFINE AND EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR
for sale; also Mill Feed of all kinds. Wheat
Ground and Packed to order. Grist work
and Chopping done. Chopped Corn
and Oats. Corn Meal and
Cr lt AII A N FI.O U It
For sale at all times, and delivered to any part
of the town. lr.s . L.Town and country custom so-
I felted. (Sep I-041 w
CONEECTIONEB, Y. •
NO. 152 LOCUST ST., COLUMBIA., PA.
CANES, CANDIES, FRUITS AND CREAMS,
of the choicest kind kept constantly on hand.
10 , Families supplied with Ice Cream in
Churns or Moulds, at Short Notice and Reason
LADIES' OYSTER SALOON.
I take pleasure in announcing TCs my numer
ous friends that I have opened an OYSTER SA
LOON for the special accommodation of La
dies. None but the best oysters will be used.
Families and parties supplied at short notice.
Remember the place-152 Lecust street.
septl-69-Lfw I ALLEN RICH_ARDS
CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT OF
ALL KINDS IN SEASON.
Parties and Families supplied with
ICF CAF; IVI
oy the Freezer, or in Moulds, with promptness at
GEO. J. SMITH'S,
Adjoining the Franklin House, Locust street.
P. S.—Also, a flue assortment of TOYS and
Fancy ArtielesxonNtanily on hand. rsepl-69.tfw
TEL2ViIi'S & _LIQUORS.
pURE WINES AND LIQUORS !
For Pure, Unadulterated Wines and Liquors,
go to the store of the subscriber. lie has elegant,
C T W B WINE,
Which for quality and flavor, cannot be excelled ;
aLs , a, the celebrated ROOSTER WHISKEY,
Yankee Re m „Tam:Lica Spirits, Blackberry
Brandy, Cherry and Currant Wines.
We have Brandies, Gins, Cordials, Old
Monongahela of all grades. Give us a call and
examine for yoursell. CHARLES GROVE,
Corner of Commerce and Walnut :its.. Columbia.
LUMBER OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Oflice-:-Front Stre e t, between Locust and Union,
IOLUMBIA MARBLE WORKS.
The Subscribers would respectfully inform
the citizens of Columbia, and surrounding
country, that they have opened
A NEW MARBLE YARD IN
On sth Street, between Locust and Walnut Sts.,
and ask the patronage of the public.
They have had great experience on fine work,
both in Philadelphia and New York. They will
tarnish in the highest style of the art, handsome
GRAVE STONES, MONUMENTS,
STATUARY, ORNAMENTS, (5,:c.
also MARBLE MANTLES, BUILDIRG WORK,
Orders promptly attended and executed at
cheaper rates than elsewhere. Call and see in
Designs of new styles of Fine work,such us
monumental ,fine arts, Sc., will be furnished
parties upon application to the proprietors.
septl-ti9.tfw HEFTING .S.; MERL.
THE HINKLY FAMILY
THE "WONDER OF THE AGE!
Combines Rapidity, Simplicity, Durability and
Cheapuess—Kmitthp• with a Single
1-Received the Highest Premiumat the
Paris Exposition, and - Great A merman Insti
tute, New York, 1667. For further infOrMittloll
call on E. AI US.SER '
Agent for Lancaster county,
Orange St. between N. Queen and Prince.
Finest, French Organdies.
Medium and Fine Lawns.
All Wool Black Hernanies.
Silk and Wool Herman I.
Black English Grenadines.
Silk Figured Grenadines,.
Superb Stock thin Goods.
GREY GOODS FOR SUITS.
2,3 cents—One case Grey Goods.
3l cents—Two cases Grey Goods.
37 cents—Chic case Grey Goods.
50,02&75c—Finest Imported do.
Si cts—Sill: Poplins, extra cheap.
Dress Muslins. •
- Llama Laces.
Rich Piano Covers.
Fine „Marseilles Quilts.
Large Linen Stock
Goods for Diens' and Boys' Wear.
Cheap CIISSI mores.
Nobby Scotch Suitings,
All the Novelties.
COOPER at CONARD,
S. E. cer. Ninth & Market Sts.,
COUGHS, SORE TIRRO.I, T. Etc
NO MEDICINE OR TREATM NT CAN EXCEL
THE POW EREUL CURATIVE.
DR,. SIMMS '
TVhite Pal sonic Balsam.
IT cures with a rapidity unequalled by any
other remedy offered for Throat and Lung di:-
eases. It Is recommended by over 2,000 per
sons in Wilmington, and hundreds in Phila.,
Baltimore and other cities and communities
throughout the country. Mr. Peneington, of
Wilmington, Illinois, writes that there - is not
(with a few exceptions) a family In that city
who will be without itif possible to procure it.
Such is its popularity wherever it Is known—
and this popularity arises from the fact that
It universally cures all who use it. There is no
case of COUGHS. COLDS, SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, CROUP, BLOOD
S;pITTING,EOARSENESS, and even PULMO
NARY CONSUMPTION, where the system is
not broken down with the wear of the disease,
or pretended medicine, or inexperienced ad
vice, that this Balsam will not cum if carefully
us. d, according to directions. We guarantee
It all we represent it. to be, and invite a trial
from tile afflicted everywhere. Price, 50 cents,
medium size, andsl for largesize bottles. Pre
pared only by
J. _FL 51:313E5, 3L D.,
Practical Organic Chemist,
NO, 707 MARKET STREET
WARNING- TO TRESPASSERS !
iLL PERSONS are hereby Forbidden
to Trespass upon the ground:, of the undersign
ed, as he is determined to prosecute to' the ut
most rigor of the law, every poison so offend
ing. I septl-69-tful M. M. STRICKLER.
AGENTS WANTED !
AND IN ALL mut:
Principal Cities and Towns of Penn'a.,
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Liberal Inducements Offered.
1121. Vouchers should accompany application
for agency. Call or address
W. W. - KURTZ, President,
Sep3-4t 432 Walnut Street. Ph Had pion in
FOR FANCY JOB 'PIiIiNT.U.S
CALL AT THIS OFFICE. VI
T. W. REASIN,
No. 123 LOCUST STREET, COLUMBIA,
Has opened In the room formerly occupied by
P. S. McTague, a full stock of
FRENCH, ENGLISH, AMERICAN & SCOTCH
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES & SUITINGS,
Which be is prepared to make up in as good
Style and Fashion as can be made in Is . lew York
He invites all to call and examine his stock,
which, he is posslttve, cannot be excelled in
The establishment Is designed exclusively for
Illerchant Tailoring, and the undivided atten
tion of the Proprietor will be devoted to his
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Of all Rinds, and of SUPERIOR QUALITY, al
-ways on hand.
liemember the old adage, that money saved Is
money earned. Call and be convinced that you
can save your money by purchasing at the
ONLY exclusive Merchant Tailoring Establish
ment in Columbia. [sep4-69-twf
SPRING CLOTHING I
CLOTHING! • CLOTHING!
CLOTHING CLIIIA.LLL I
Pantaloons, Vests, Shirts, Drawors,
New Styles. iNlew Good:. at 1t0.% •..
DAVID li ANAU ERS
U. S. CLOTHING EMPORIUM
Front Street, first Stare above Walnut Street_
The Largest, 'Best Assorted, Handsomest an
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GM/1)z.
flats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c., cte., ever exhibited
in these regions, which will be sold at prices
TO DEFY ALL COMPETITION! isep4-0-City
I T Is A FACT
Capable of ocular demonstration, that the prices
of Cloths, Cassimere,, Read•-Nude Clothing
and Furnishing Goods, are less than one-hall
what they were during the war, at the Merchant
Tailoring establishotent of
S. S. RATE( VON
Corner - North Queen and Otat.g... Sheets,
opposite Shober's Hotel, Lancaster Pa.
This is the oldest, establishment In this line of
trade In Lancaster county, and is selling, at this
time, line :Moscow, Esquimaux,and common
Beaver Overcoats from $l5 to ;,20; Common
Union Beavers from $lO to $l5; Common Union
Beaver Business Suits Irom $l2 to $l5; Good Cas
simere Suits from $lO to $2O, and tine qualities
from $25 to $3O. A few suits on hand as low as
$lO. Cloths, Ca•simeres and Trimmings as low
as they can be obtained anywliere else, and sold
by the, yard to those who may wish to have them
made at home, oi elsewhere.
Overcoats, Dress Coats and Business Suits
made to order with dispatch, and in the best
and most fashionable manner, as the customer
may desire. All kinds of cutting and repairing
done at reasonable prices. An entire new stock
got up for the Fall and Winter trade of MSS and
1369, and manufactured in the city of Lancaster.
It would be to the interest of the public to call
and realize that "rr IS A FACT."
S. S. RATHVON,
sepl-C9-tfv.l Merchant Tailor and Clothier.
BACILMAN & DEIIUFF,
Manufacturers of, and have constantly on
hand Sashes, Door Blinds, Shutters, Window
and Door Frames, Brackets, Moulding, Shelv
ing, Casings, Ltc.,..te,
P. S.—The Planing and Dressing of Lumber is
continued and earned on as heretofore by
sop l-60-tftvl JOHN B. BACLIMAN.
AGENT FOR THE
Ladles' Dresses, Cloaks, Veils, Gloves, KibbOns
and Silks of all kinds dyed any color.
Also, Geztlemen's Coats, - Vests, Pantaloons,
Kid Gloves washed to look like new.
Scouring, repairing, eke., done at short notice.
I will receive goods at, my store and forward
them to the establishment.
.t* -- -Satistaction guaranteed.
Call and see list of prices at
J. C. BUCEIER'S
Store, Locust Street,.
sep 4-69-tfw] Com - robin, Pa
C °OPER & PEART,
And :all the best Quality of STOVE COAL
Of all kinds, sold and delivered ou cars, at the
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Hemlock, W bite Pine, Weatherboarding, Solve,
Scantling, &c., Se., suitable for all kinds
of Building purposes.
All orders by mall will receive the same at
tention as though the appilemion be made n
person. COCPER, & PEA T,
sep.l-69-tfwl Frout St., Columbia
B. B. 3IARTIN, TIIO3IAB, JNO. S. MASON
B. B. MARTIN
Columbia, Lancaster co., Pa.,
Manufacturers at Beech Creek, Clinton co., Pa.,
and Wholesale Lumber Dealers,
WEA'IIIER BOAR OS
sent-I.'7W BOX BOARDS. do.. Sc.
F. F. LANDIS, EZIIA F. LANDIS, XACO3I S. LANDIS
- K - EYST ON E .
- _ _
EAST JAMES STREET, LANCASTER, PA.
Manufacturers or Stationery and Portable En
gines, of the most approved style and plan.
Mill Gearing, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers and
Couplings, of an improved pattern. Farmers
Portable Grist Mill.
OUR NEW AND INPnoYED GRAIN
Tli RESIIER AND SEPARATOR.
With the Best Tripled Geared Horse Power.
Iron and Brass works made to order. Furnish
Models for Patters at reasonable rates. Having
good and experienced Ilan ds,nnd being practical
mechanics themselves, feel sale in guarantee
ing all their work to ye satisfaction. For par
ticulars address LANDIS C.: CO,
nor:2ONU-If] Lancaster, Pa.
INI UTU AL LIFE INSURANCE CO
OF RHODE ISLAN
Rates lower than other Mutual Companies
ovErt $l7O FOR EVERY ,ilOO LIABILITIES.
This Company issues Policies in all the several
forms; anti combining the Stock - anti 31 usual
principles, PiThra greater security to parties in
suring than either the Mutual or Stock princi
pal alone. The Ranee have been prepared by the
HON. ELIZUR WRIGHT,
Actuary of the Company, the most noted rule
Popular Actuary living.
CASII DIVIDENDS ANNUALLY
after second payment, on x ADVANCE
POLICIES ISSUED ON THE LIVES OF FE
MALES -I.T REGULAR OR TABLE RATES.
Do not fall to examine the principles of this
Coin puny before insuring. For circulars, ap
ply to W. D. REITZEL, Agent,
or Dr. B. F. HERMAN, Ex. Surgeon,
1.5ep4-69liw No. II N. Front. St., Columbia.
ALLEN & NEEDLEB,
42 South Delaware Avenue, Phil'a
ESTABLISHED IN ISIS
Continue the juanufacture of their old stan
SITER-PIIOSPIIATE OV LIME
Both of which are sold at Low PRICES, highly
remunerative to the Farmer or Dealer.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR
No. 1 Peruvian Guano !
Islands pe ent from Ch Melia and
Pure Calclneti, and Land Plaster, Hydraulic
Cement, Candles, and a full assortment of Burn
ing and Greasing Oils.
A DISCOUNT TO DEALERS.
era. Should the dealer near you, not keep our
articles, send your orders to us, and they evlll
receive prompt attention.
INSURANCE CO -W
Fire Insurance Co.,
Insures BUILDINGS, MERCHANDISE, and
other Property against Loss and Damage by
Fire, on the Stock orMutualPlan,ox AS REASON
ABLE. TEEMS AS OTIICE 'IzEsPoNsrBLE, COMPA
Losses Paid since 1800, $325,000.
President—S. S. DETWILER. Vice President—H
WILSON. Sccrelary—J. F. FM/MAUVE.
• Trensurcr—llEßDEßT THOMAS.
S. S. Detwiler, H. Wilson, J. B. Bachman
Robert, Crane, Wrn. Pal ton, H. H. Strickler,
Herbert Thomas, Robert R 3 on, Jas Schroeder,
A. Bruner, jr., J. S. Strine, J. F. Frueautl.
For Insurance or Agemies apply by mall, or
in person, to J. F. FRUEAUFF, Sec'y,
amos. Columbia, Pa.
LIARMERS' MUTUAL FIEE INS UR
ANCE COMPANY, YORK, PA.
111 , • . `.1: on the Cash, Ittutual or Perpt t Litt 1:10
11. hatABLI - t,
M. S. SHUMAN, Agent.
>~ }.t .-~ e-Lnrl
ul% P I, A I) 1L Pll I A
Call l Ind ' , 1111,Ul1t) I *et:Unties ;.=300,14A,
Thl. Company continues to take risks on good
property, at rates its low as any other safe Con,
pany, tutu consistent With prtillCllee.
Policies issued tor long it short terms, or per
ruanen tly. Losses promptly paid. All elaintS
adjusted without litigation or delay. This Cran
pony relers to the past as a guaraulel, 01 lis :Ulan
THUS. CRAVEN, es't
A. S. G1.ra3.1 T, Vice-President.
JAs. B. ALVOED,
Walnut Street, above Front, Columbia, Pa
- pisuRANcE COMPANY of NOM SI-;
Incorporated Assets,i'..l,:33o,ooo. Una let
Perpetual. luso anee against loss or dans age by
tire on Buildings, Merchandize, Furniture, &c.,
for long or short periods, or permanently on
Buildings, by a deposit()) Premium. The prompt
payment of losses for a pet lod 01 sEvE.NrY yea's,
;dlords a guarantee of claim upon public cantl•
deuce. Airrnlnt. G. COFFIN, Pres't.
CIIARLES PLATT, Spey.
F. X. ZIEGLER, Agent, P
Walnut Street, above Front, Columbia, a.
DELAWARE MUT UAL
Life Insurance Company,
OF WILMINGTON, DELAWARE
JOHN P. 11PLEAR, Prest
N. 1V Cornet Ninth (fl Chestnut Streets,
Gro. W. STONE, Viee,President and Manager.
GEO. F. Tunz:En, General Agent and Attorney.
PURELY MUTUAL. LOW PRICES.
All Policies Non-forfeiting after One Annual
1 very accommodation consistent with Safety
guaranteed to Policy Holders.
Books containing lull information concerning
the plans and Rules of the Company sent tree
upon application to the Branch °Mee.
Agents wanted throughout the States of Penn
sylvania and New Jersey.
REFIMENCES (by permission)---Hon. E. 7.7
Gilpin, Chief Justice State of Delaware; Hon.
Taos. Flynayard. U. S. Senator from Delaware-
HL Rev. Alfred Lee, Bishop of Delftware; Gen.
Henry Du Pont, Powder Manulaeturer; Hon.
Gov. Sala:Um y, Gov. State of Delaware; the
Presidents 01 all the Banks in the City of Wil
mington ; Doh. J. S. Valentine, Mayor City of
N ORTH ERN CENTRAL R. It
Trains leave York as follows :—SOUTUWARD
7.13 A. M., Bald:not e Acconunodatton.
A. 31., Buffalo Express.
0.33 P. 31., Pacific Express.
4.30 P. 31., Mail.
11..75 P, 31., Cincinnati Express.
Yet k and Harrisburg Accommodation arriv
at 7.2.0 P. M.
1.15 A. M., iiuilalo Express.
6.30 A. M., York and „Harrisburg Aceom'dn
11.15 A. M., Mail.,
2.1 a Fast Line
10.10 P. M., Cincinnati Express.
Baltimore Accommodation arrives at Tor k
at 6.40 P. M.
The Buffalo Express runs daily, all oth r r
daily except Sunday.
• The trains run by Altoona time.
En. S. Youxo, A. It. Fiske
Gen.S Pass. Gen. Agent.
94 00 AL FREIGHT :NOTICE
The Pennsylvania Rail Road Company are
now prepared to receive or forward neigh:. be
tween Columbia and Lancaster, and all staton
• n tne Pennsylvania Rail Road nd its branches
RATESD.ETWEEN PHIL A. 41: COLUMBIA,
Ivrst Class. 2nd Ulabs. 3rd CU.,. 4th Chad
2.3 cents 21 cts. 18 cts. 15 ets.
Flour in Car leads, 28 cents per Barrel.
BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA. & LANCASTER,
First Class'. Sad Claus. 3rd Una& 4th Clasi
25 cents 20 ets. 17 cts. 14 ets.
BETWEEN COLUMBIA Y. PITTSBURGH.
First Class. 2nd Glass. 3rd Class. 4th Class.
71 cents 51) eta. • 48 ets. ^U ets.
Freight consigned to stations where the Com
pany has no Agent, mast be prepaid.
All Freights payable on Delivery.
H. H. HOUSTON,
General Freight Agent, Phila.
x'•••For further inlorination apply to
S. B. KiNGsroN, Frt., Agt.,
E. E. Boma, Frt., Agt., Columbia.
1101111LOSOPBX OF MARRIAGE -
A New course of Lectures, as delivered at
fee Pen na . Polyte.chnie and Anatomical Muse
um, 1205 Chestnut. St., three doors above Twelfth
phia, embi acing the subj, els: how to
Live and What to Live ler ; Youth,ldattuity and
old Age: Manhood Generally Reviewed ; The
cause of indigestion; Flatulence and nervous
Diseases accounted for; Stan nape PllllO5Ol Ideal
ly eonsidered. These lectures will be lent arded
on rceipt of 23 cents by addressing: Seel tinny of
the Penna. Pulyleclude and Anatomical :Muse
um, 1205 Chestnut 6f., Phila.., Pa. fj elB-Iy.
READING RAIL ROAD.
- - -
FA LL ARRAT.s.TGEMETS
MONDAY, SEPT. STH, IS7O
GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE NORTH AND
North West for Philadelphia, New York, Read
ing, Pottsville, Tamaqua, Ashland, Shamokin
Lebanon, Allentown, Easton, Ephrata, Litiz
Lancaster, Columbia, Sc., &O.
Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, as fol
At 5.33, 8.10 8.50 A. 31., and 2.50 P. 31., con
necting with similar trains on the Pennsyl-
Nanth .- /ctailroad, and arriving at New York
at. 12.10 noon, 3,50, and 10.00 P. 111. respect
ively. Sleeping Cars accompany the 5.33 and
A. SI., trains without change.
Returning-leave New I ork at 0.00 A. Al., 12.00
noon and 5.00 M., Philadelphia at 8.13 A. N.
and 5.30 P. N. Sleeping Cars accompany the
5.00 P. N. trains from New York without
Leave Harrisburg for Reading,,Pottsville, Tama
qua, 31 inersville,Ashland,Shainokin,Pme Grove
Allentown and Philadelphia, 8.10 A. 31., and 2.01
and 4.10 P. M., and stopping at Lebanon
eon and principal way stations; the 4.10 P. 31.
train connecting for Philadelphia, Pottsville,
and Columbia only. For Pottsville, Schuylkill
Raven, and Auburn, via Schuylkill and Sus
quehanna Railroad leave Harrisburg a I. 5.401'. AI
Way Passenger Train leaves Philadelphia at
7.50 A. id., connecting with similar train on East
Penna' Railroad, ret urning from Reading at 0.35
31., stopping at all Stations.
Leave Pottsville at 3 40, 9.10 A. XL. and 2.50 P.
31.,llerndon at 10 10 A. Al., Shamokin at 5.40 and
11.05 A. Al., Ashland at 7.05 A. 31.,and 12.50 Noon,
Tamaqua, at 8.33 A. 31. and 2.20 P. Al. tor Phila
delphia and New York.
Leave Pottsville via Schuylkill and Susque
hanna Rail Road. at 8.15 A. 31. for Harrisburg,
and 11.05 A. SI. for Pine Grove and Tremont.
Reading Accommodation Train, leaves Potts
town u t 0.40 A. M. passes Reading at, 7.3 A. M.,
arriving at Philadelphia at 10.20 A. M., return
ing, leaves Philadelphia at 5.15 P. M., passing
Reading at 8.00 P. M., arriving at Pottsville at
0.40 P. M.
Pottstown Accomoilatlon Train : Leaves Potts
town at 6.25 A. M., returning leaves Philadelphia
at 4.00 P. 01.
Columbia Rail Road Trains leave Reading at
7.::0 A. M., and 6.15 P. M., for Ephrata, Litiz, Lan
Perkiomen Ittdl Road Trains leave Perkiomen
Junction at 7.10 9.03 A. M. 3.00 and OSS P. M. Re
turning, leave ISchwenksville at 0.30 B.IU A. M.
12.50 Mon :dal 4.40 P. M. conneeLingwith similar
trains on 'Reading Railroad.
Coletnookdale Railroad Trains leave Potts
town at 11.10 A. M., and 6.20 P. M., returning
ifave Mount Pleasant at 7.00 and 11.25 A.Z.,
connecting with similar trans on Reading Rail
Chester Valley Railroad Trains leave Bridge
port at 8.30 A. M., 2.05 and 5.02 P. 31 „returning,
leave Downingtown at 6.20 A. 51., 12.40 noon. and
5.15 p. 31., connecting with trains on Reading
011 Sundays: Lekve New York at 5.00 P. M.,
Philadelphia 6.00 A. 35., and 3.15 P. M., the
5.00 A. 51. Train running only to Reading; Potts
ville 0.00 A. 31.; Harrisburg .5.35 A. 101., and 4.10
P. 51., leave Allentown at 7.25 A. M. anti 8.45
P. 31.; and Beading at 7.15 A. 35., and 10.05 P.
M. for Harrisburg, at 7.23 A. 101. for New York,
at 4.45 P. 51. for Adetown, and at 9.40 A. 31. and
4.'25 P. M. Mr Philadelphia.
Commutation, Mileage, Season, School and Ex
cursion Tickets, to and from all points, at re
Baggage checked through; pourids allowed
G. A. :NICOLLS,
SLISQUEINNA IRON COMPANY
31anufacturers of all sizes of
REFINED AND DOUBLE REFINED
- ROUND, SQUARE, FLATS, OVAL, AND
HALF OVAL IRON.
Car Axles, Shafting and Horse Shoe Bars.
49 Orders promptly lifted from. Stock on hand
or made to order.
Terms, net Cash, at Manufacturer's prices, de
livered on Cars or Boats.
011 Ice at their.
STEAM PUMPS. •
And nil kinds of Blachlnery Muotunetaarecl and
guaranteed to give satisfaction at the Works of
Of COLUMBIA, PA.,
DIIIECT 0 RS
.Al. M. C.urLD, Sec'ty
BRA:•. , TCH. OFFICE