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BY" LEA3? THE ROBEB
LcAV by leaf tho rosea fall,
Mropby-droptlro' springs run-dry;
Ono by one, beyond recall,
Hummer beauties fade uud die ;
Hut tho roses bloom ngaln,
And the springs will Kh nnow,
In the rrteraarrt April ralu,
And the Bummer's nun and dew.
Bo In hours of deepest gloom,
Wlien tiro springs of glndncss fall.
And tho rose In tho bloom
Droop like maidens wan and pale,
We shall find somo hope that lies
Like a silent gem apart,
Hidden far from careless eyes,
In the garden of tho heart.
Bomo swoet liopo to gladncsi wed,
That will spring afresh and now,
When Orlef 's Winter shall have fled,
(living placo to rain and dow
Borne sweet hope that breathes of Spring,
Through tho weary, weary tlmo,
lrmltflng for Its blossoming,
In the spirit's glorious clime.
Keening Apples In Winter.
At tho lost Stato Fair In Utica, New
York. Delos Randall had on exhibition
llussct apples grown a year ago. These
apples wero plump, fresh, and of good
flavor, qulto as good as tho samo kind
of apples arc ordinarily on tho approach
of Spring. "Vo Inquired as to tho man
ner of keeping, and wero informed that
tho apples woro put In refusal noxes on
talncd at tho groceries, and in tho fol
lowing manner : A layer of dry saw
dust was sprinkled at the bottom of the
box, and then a layer of apples placed
in it so that they did not touch each
othor. "Upon theso was placed a Httlo
layer of saw-dust, and so on until the
box was filled. Tho boxes after being
packed in this way wero placed on the
wall in tho cellar, up from tho ground,
where thoy kept, perfectly retaining
their freshness and flavor, until brought
out and exhibited at tho Fair. Ho says
that ho has kept apples in this way somo
xnontks later. From experiments mado
with dry sand, placing the apples in tho
eamo way, ho finds that saw-dust is
much superior to tho sand, the latter, ho
thinks, bciue too heavy a material, and
pressing tho apples too much, causing
thom to decay moro rapiuiy man witn
tho saw-dust. Tho above experiment,
perhaps, may bo suggostlvo to thoso de
siring to preservo apples lato in tho sea
son of noxt year. It will bo needless to
remark, perhaps, that no apple will keep
late, by any process of packing, that
has been bruised or injured in picking.
Apples should bo handled carefully, and
tho less nfbvlng about, after having been
packed, tho better. A largo part of tho
fruit grown and sold in market lias been
so injured by careless gathering, pouring
into barrels and rough handling whllo
being driven to market, that it soon do
cays, under whatevor treatment it may
be subjected for tho purpose of keeping.
Can Good Butter lie Mnde on Iilmestone
Most farmers that mako much butter
for market, pack in fifty and ono hun
dred pound flrklns and tubs, and keep
for tho Fall market'. Tho general opin
ion appears to bo that better prices can
bo obtained in this way than bysondlng
it to Now York, in tho Summer, when
there is a good deal coming in, for it Is
found that such Summer made butter
often soils in Now York in tho Fall for
iho highest quotations, and thero havo
been instances whore such butter has
been sold for higher prices than any
packed butter is quotod in tho papers;
whllo, whether selling hero to dealers,
or sending to commission houses in the
city, wo ncvor hear anything about In
quiries in regard to soft or " hard water
regions," or "limcstono soils." But
tho only question appears to bo is tho
buttor good? and a good article always
Bells for a good price, whllo thoso that
have tho reputation of making choice
butter, of coursoget tho best, often extra
But Summer butter not only keeps
well until Fall, but somo years when
tho price Is low it is kept until Winter
or Spring. Ono year a neighbor kept
bis until March, when tho buyer, an ex
perienced dealer in Albion, said it was
a "first rato article tho very best."
Tho samo farmer has sold his Sum
liter butter this Fall to gentlemen in
Albany, who havo used his butter be
fore, and have bought it for their Win
ter supply. They paid him forty cents a
pound for it here.
This fanner formerly resided in a soft
water region, in tho eastern part of tho
State, and ho says lie can mako equally
as good butter hero as thero, and with as
llttlo trouble. And this, as far as I havo
been ablo to learn, is tho experience of
other farmers that formerly resided in
soft water sections.
It is still frequently tho case that gen
tlemen residing In Albany or Now York,
who wero acquainted with, or had learn
ed who wero our best butter makers,
send horo and pay oxtra prices for tholr
Winter supplies. It Is also common
for rich men in tho villages to thus ob
tain their Winter store of butter, and
not many years ago I was told by a gen
tlemen that tho Fall before ho had
bought moro than was used during tho
Winter and Spring, so that It was tho
fore port of June when ho first opened
tho last crock, which was found as sweet
nnd good as when purchased in tho pre
vious Fall, and that thoy wero then
using this butter.
It is also a very common thing for
farmers to lay down their Winter butter
in the Fall, and havo it keep sweet and
good until used up in tho Spring often
somo timo after tho commencement of
Hut I havo written enough to prove
that a good doal of good butter can bo,
And Is mado in this section; and that
thero is Httlo use, for thoso that reside
in tho dairy regions par excellence, to
try to prove that no good butter, that
will keep well, can be made in other or
hard water sections.
Tho above facts also furnish much en
couragement for farmers on limestone
ir tifoessary to keep
THECOLTJMBIAN, BLOOMSBUllG,'' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER
... . .....i L.,,1
na tills Miujcct is ivn imporrani uni?, in." .....i -
doubtless of much Interest to farmers rain.'' ... ,
In huril water ma sec Ions, It niny do " uai wimv u.u "
SSl to os&ixr-Cbuntri Ocnllcnum. Oodlm.ln't made It rain?" nsked Cousin
Cnrrot Bnuet. u w rnnnot toll." ronllcd UllcloUCll J
BcitAvn ami thorotiRhly clean tlio ui,,,
carrots, sllco In very thin round pieces, 8,,rvCtl. And they were so thankful for
boll tender, and then cook dry. For nis iicin, that they npiiolnteda Thanks
each quart of slices pour over a cup of Rivi(j ay bcciuiso of Ills goodness.
sweet cream, season wun sau iuiu i'i'-
per, and lot them boll for a moment. ,ny ci,ii(ircn I Away off In tho wilder
Serve hot. Thus prepared thoy will Mncssnc.ir Boston, twoliundrcdyearartgol
relished highly, oven ijytnosowno uo
notllko carrots any other way.
FOR YOUTHPUL READERS.
"if j. j Jibuti r, tiii"wM"'-v' i
kin Liuhooncncd his eyes and throw
.... 1 i... 4i,.. ..iiinti. mi.u to
Thanksglvingmorning.aivl no mistake 1
1 u"! " ' T..rLV ,
oZ,oyvort, MB vrould not let
. . . ' . . . . ...,n. H.nm l.n Plir l una nm I hev enmo over
lien, andho'djitstasgoouiopiay wun
. . . im 1 t . 1 I Tl
dinner !" And Sam sat up in boa, aim -
i..t t.. n l.nl. . lint. .Ini-k
W1B UU1ML- IU KHU ........... ...
. .i. t,.i.... l.i. M i
that ho was glad t
himself up again.
11 1 . ..... . ....
II 3t,m III CIlIll n vnrv lnl ll. SnlC VOlCe 1
" L ; i ; ,,. ,v
nm uuui i v i,sw tj--
snn 1 Anil hero aro your best clothes all
.1 1. la mnlh. "
nu.mu i.ui.uj .
er gently opened tnoiioor aim camo m.
A SWCet-lOOKlllg laiiy SI10 Wl, nil" uiu
vrru lint mntlier In tho world. At
least, so thought Sam j lor conscience
ho remembered going to bed "in mo
sulks" tho evening previous, because
sho did not think it prudent for him to
go suiting, sain leu very tsui-ryiur
as ho nut on tho warm clothes, and in
tho warmth of his honest, blundering
llttln lmnrf. lin lipnrtllv rpsolved " UOVCr
to bocrossiomouioruguiii. '
Tho cousins camo In duo time, and
boforo dinner dcligimui " uncus iicn-
mado his appearance. 'Now this gentle-
man was rather old, with crou's-feotnt
tho corners of his eyes, and very sus-
picious wrinkles on his high forehead ;
but his voice was Just as cheery as if ho
had novor known what care was, In
steadof havingbcen au itinerant preach
er ever Since his youth, and oh I his
Bnille,-ovorybody affirmed thcro was
nothing like it. It did not content it
self with twisting tho corners of his
mouth, but had to run up his checks,
and play riot with his eyes, and finally
hldo itself in tho crow's-feet I told you
about. A morry man was Undo Ben,
and one who understood children
Aftor diunor, when tho company was
all collected in tho great family parlor,
and the aunts wero talking with Sam's
mother about their preserves and plcli
les, and tho uncles tolling his father
about tlicir crops, uio ciuiuruu uipiuruu
Undo Ben, nnd forcibly conducted Jinn
into a corner, wnero uo lounu iv uiu i eu
arm-chair ready for hlin, with a host of
llttlo stools round it, nnd a wiiolo troop
. mil. i . nln.nHn.... CH DnM. 1
Ol muu luugura tmiiiuiuus .u. "'"'J-
"Well! woin" cricu uncio ucn,
whrm nil woro seated, and as many
!!... t.i !...!.. r,a nniilil ....jail.K. I
fllJUCUI.CU.l.lu Ilia VJiUkl no wuut jv.3otwj I
stay. In it, "what shall tlio story bov
What shall I tell you about; Uome,
tell mo, for I want to begin 1"
Each had something different to pro
pose, and tho noisy llttlo group (Josey
and George and MHly wero not more
than half of them) woro getting pretty
wtiriin hupp If. wlirm TTnnlfi Inn ftnhl!
quietly, " As you don't seem to decide,
1 guess I will tell you about Thanksgiv
"About Thanksgiving 1" cried Sam.
Why, uncle, that wouldn't bo, any
story at all! WoknowallnboutThanks'
giving now. I'm sorry they all made
such it noise," and Sam, who prided
himself on his faculty of good behavior
in company, put his llttlo cousin Suslo
down with a strong hand, as she was
piping out something about "a 'tory
" Still," resumed Uncle Ben, " I guess
you could learn something moro about
Thanksgiving than you know now. I
shall tell you how Thanksgiving first
camo about. You know, Sam, that
you learned about tho Mayflower, and
tlio landing ol tno rngrims, in your
history last Summer, and what priva
tions they wero obliged to endure.
supposo you thought that meant that
thoy couldn't go to church, or dress as
well ns they did before, or have as many
books to read, or somethlngof tlmtbort
But tho truth was, they couldn't get
bread to eat. Their corn did not grow
as they expected, and for months they
wero obliged to live on acorns and other
nuts, or on-fish, or a llttlo wild meat."
"Why, undo," interrupted Sam
"didn't they ever havo any plo or
"Not oven a slico of bread, my child
until the corn had ripened," said Uncle
Ben, " and Indian bread was tho best
they could have, even then. But after
they had been settled In Plymouth about
threo years, thero camo a season when
thero was no rain. Tho corn dried up
and so did tho beans, nnd they could not
get enough to eat even of nuts or fish
And the men becamo so very weak from
not having enough to eat, that thoy
could not hoo and dig in tlio Ileitis as
hard as thoy should, So what llttlo
struggled through tho drought was not
properly attended to,
"Thoy could not hlro any help, for
thoro wero none but Indians around
them; and they did not know what
they should do. But they appointed
a day of fasting, to pray to God for
rain and provisions ; and while tliu peo
ple wero In tho church praying, chll
drcn, tho wind camo up, and a shower
begun to fall. Tho rain kept -on for
days, until all tho corn looked green
again. Besides, thoy hoard about Unit
time that some good peoplo In England
had fcent oft' a ship with provMons for
them, and that alio would shortly bo I
port. So you seo how good God was to
children ! 'J'lioy trusted inlliin
' tev could
it ti-oci ntnrrlful. nnl mivo them
thev thomrht they should have
That was tho first Tlmtiiwgiving nay,
rrhoy had n Thanksgiving dinner, too
for provisions camo In, so that all had a
dinner of bread."
Wns that nil?" cried Sam, who lmil
not forgotten tho stuffed turkey ho had
feasted on nn hour before.
"That was alt," fcald his uncle; "ana
. . it i ii ...
probably it was a great luxury to them
lmvo at least one full meal."
" Hut what mado them con.o over at
HV" asked George, who had not got
Into history vet
Because." said Sam. with much 1m
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. 111 nn I'll III iri'i, ii IV 11 II III! l IIUIU VilV.. I
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"'lIUll 13 very vun r"'i oiu......v-,
.... ...,. 1. ..,! ,,1 1
snui ins iiioLiiur. viiu. umjuui ,
member what I read to you from Mrs.
-ITA...n.,cilu irnrlfa nlinllt. riminltllllirlllir
tho l-llgnms?" And .she repeated
Av. call It holy ground,
Freedom to worship Goal"
n il, ..nulll tnurtmirnil TTtmln Tlon :
i..., jv-j. ......."v..... - ,
muii,isl,icas!Uitbluocyes suddenly flllcd
wjtii tears. "IjOC U3 rovorcnco inuir
nrv , Ttnt for those bravo men and
womcni we s10Um havo had no quiet
ilomeg( no peaceful villages, no blessed
js'cw England ! Let us never lorget
LvIint .,. .,. to ti.Q iiiCrlnisl And
, exclaimed he, turning to the
tuiu r.,u i.i,tB
isunuua jhuu iuiw ut-o.uu .1..., i
Susio shall have lior story about tne
,.(tf .. , jrar j. Miller, in Young
jqSEI'II S. DELL,
Manufacturer of and Wholesalo Dealer In
CLOTHINO, CLOTHS, CASSlMHltES, AND
No. 13 North Third Street,
UfATSON & JANNEY,
Importers and Jouiiers or
SILK AND FANCY DRESS GOODS,
No. 323 Market Street,
T II. WALTEK,
Ilio vt niicr & iiuuu,
Importer nnd Dealer In .
CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWAHE,
K - o.sm North Third street,
hctween Dace and Vino
JOhk iIeakirt & co.
CHEMICALS, MEDICINES, PATENT MEDI-
CINES, SPICES, PAINTS, OILS,
VARNISHES, DYES, Ac, Ac,
Southeast corner of Third and Callowhlll Sis.,
A ItMBHUSTEIt & BROTlIElt,
Importers nnd Jobbers of
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
HOOP SKIRTS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
THREADS, SEWING SILKS,
TRIMMINGS, PORTE MONNA1ES,
SOAPS, PERFUMERY, FANCY GOODS, AND
ivloo Mnnufactmcrs of.
BRUSHES AND LOOKING GLASSES,
and Dealers In
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
BROOMS, HOPES, TWINIiS, 4C,
No. 300 North Third Street, above Vine,
JOYAL & ROYER,
GILBERT, ROYAL & CO.,
Importers and Dealers in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, SPICES, PAINTS, OILS,
GI.ASS, DYE STUFFS, Ac,
Nos. 300 and .111 North Third Street,
QIIARLES II. MARPLE,
importer unci Dealer in
BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, LIQUORS,
WINE 111 ITERS, Ac,
No. 122 North Third Street,
abovo Arch, west sldo,
jlJAGEN, BOYD & CO.,
mid Wholesale Dealers In
LEAF AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
SEGA RS, Ac,
No. 01 North Third Street,
Consignors can forwnid their stock "In Bond,'
without prepaying the United States tax.
jy M. MARPLE,
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, AND
No, 63 North Third Street,
JROBlIEAl) & KAUB,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers hi
BOOTS AND SHOIIS,
No. 211 Noith Tlllrd Ml eel,
ryilK L'XIOX HOTEL,
Aieli Blrtel, between Third nnd Fourth Streets,
TOIIN BTROUP &. CO.,
WHOLIWALl. DHALERH IN FISH,
No. 21 North Vimrvo4, ati.l 25 North W.vlor St..
-jyILLUll & HOST,
.Successors toVranklln r.Hcllzcr A Co.,
Importers and Wholesalo Dealers In
LIQUORS, WINES, Ac,
Nos. 110 and 412 North Third Street,
Wholesale find Uelnll Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CARPETS,
OH, CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, Ac,"
No. 20 North Second Street, opp. Christ Clmrch,
JENNEDY, STATUS & CO.,
WHOLESALE I'fflll 1)i;ai,i.,is,
Nos. 130 and 132 North Wharves,
JOS. 1UEGEL & II. S. EISTER,
(Lnio uicgci, wiesi a Ervin,i
Importers nnd Jobbers of
At.FREIl IlVmiLY, WM. EALllMallT, 8. 0. SCOTT,
.-r t o nmnnllttUM
r uwsinui. wuuuaur,
Wiolesale Dealers In
T011ACC0S, CIQAltS, 1'U'IX, Ac, Ac,
No. 13 North Third Street, above Market,
r-rt r-vr rl r.t f! r.'l 0. l-n
I viim v. mav."" w
Wholesale Dealers In
HATS, CAPS, STItAW GOODS, AND
No. 257 North Third Street,
TvriLIjEll. & ELUElt,
AND 11LANK-I100K MANUFACTUItEItS.
No. 201 North Third Streot,
Wall and Curtain Papers, nnd Stationery gen
No. 737 Market Street, one door below Eighth,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, VARNISHES, DYES,
I nnd every other nrtlolo pertaining to tho business,
of the best quality, and at Jowest market rates.
yEAVER & SPIt ANKLE,
WHOLESALE GROCERIES AND COMMISSION
Nos. 225 nnd 227 Arch Street,
y I. BUKKIIABT,
Importer mid Dealer In
IRON AND STEEL,
No. 00 Erout Street,
JgARCROiT & CO.,
imporicrs nn.l jimocrs oi
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CLOTHS
CAS3IMEHES, BLANKETS, LINENS,
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, Ac,
INDREWS, WILKINS & CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
No. Ml Market Sticet,
gNYUER, HARRIS & BASSETT,
Manufacturers nnd Jobbers of
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING,
Nos. 513 Market, and 522 Comtncreo Street,
J W. RANK'S
WHOLESALE TOBACCO, SNUFF, AND
No. 110 North Third Street,
between Cherry nnd Race, west side,
QOTTRELL & AYRES,
.Wholesalo Dealeis In
FISH, CHEIiSE, Ac, AC,
No. 100 North Wlinrves,
second door abovo Arch Street,
TTURRAII TOR CATAWISSA!
'THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS.
Goods to compare with stringency of the money
market. I.nok nnd compare prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. Juit cull at tho favorlto busi
ness stand of ,
McNINCH A SHUMAN,
I nnd you will Inimct by tlio obliging proprietors or
I their clerks.und shown through thelrgreutvnrlely
I sloro freoof charge, of course. They will give you
u fair chance lo spend your hsiso chango, they
I trust much moro prulltubly than 11 can bo spent
STOCK OF DRY QOODS
I this Spring Is much larger In all Its varieties than
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
nro of the nicest styles In market. They Imvo a
fine assortment of
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES.
SUMMER CLOTILS, CASSINETS,
CASSIMERES, AND VESTINQS,
I uud numerous articles common tntuch establish-
incuts, besides a general ussoitmctit of
HARDWARE. TINWARE, QUEENSWAHE,
all at Biedtly reduced prices. They wish lo con
duct their business on the system of
TAY AS YOU OO,"
and I hey think they can alford to tell very cbeai
They return Ibelr thanks for many put favors.
ami nsk tho mime, pntronago of their lurnier cus
turners and tho puhlki generally.
rATAWI8SA RAILROA H.
GoiMi Nimu. . -).. aim Mall
at i p.m.; I
J xiir. ni2;i A.M.
KliUHI.. -Phlladphililu Mull nt. 11 , u
Now YurU E.prewi at i km.
Ul.Ul.Vit YilOiV, Blip!.
AKK THI3 I11WT IN THIS WOULD.
Salesrooms 0, Cheslimt Street, rhllndclphla, Va.
AVhllen largo number of Maehlnei have i been
..m i .,,.1,11 .uniiuof which WW poluls
ol excellence And neknowlcdgcil merit, e lmu
lonx fell what "Hiers have experienced, tho lit
cesnlty of n Maclilne moro perfect lnlU mechaiil
el structure, coiiililnlng In tho .
SIMI'MCITY WITH DUllAllir.lTY,
and while capable of doing a
oniSATisn KANOis oi' vonic,
o that could bo cosily understood nnd compre
hended by nil. .
Tii supply n Hewlng-Jiaemnc iree nin i
jectlnni uttaclii'd to others hai lieen nocay inKi
lor e not only nan io surpaM inner diiiciuu.
they nppenred ears iw, nut niso ui nnpruiiu
from time to time by mine, lccent experience.
This wo boldly claim has been neeompllshed by
i... iii,nnd rxiioiidltiiro of capital, nnd tho pa-
ili.nl. imtirliic labor of yeais: nnd In prcxcntlnu
our Jtaehlno to tho public, wo shall make strong
nsxertlom respecting Its merilH, which wo are
prepared to substantiate 11' every pariicuiar.
1 .. .. ...... ... r ...... ..,.1-t. II ulllflirx.
Dlscaniuig moi,iiaiuuini ......
wo adopted tho
(nllko on both sides of tho fabric), whloh U re
named by the masses as best suited lo all kinds
of work. Hut to mi-el onjceiiinisMiiin-iiii"-"
nhi ilil favorlto stitch, wo havo added the
;nnt, Double Lock, nnd Double luioi, ciuiur u.
STRONGER AND MORE ELASTIC
limn tho Lock j thus enabling tho operator to
bclect u stitch
inrtprr cradn of mhrle.anu wnero necessary, w
scams much stronger tlian 11 Is possible to do by
FOUR DIl-TERENT STITCHIM
with ns much eao ns ordinary Jlachlnes make
one, nnd with as Utile itachli.ory.
The result of repeated tests tins neon an wo
could desire, nnd from Its tlrst InlrnduHlon the
Kloreneo has gained boats ot Irieuus, nun oecn
regarded as a
proving that tho public fully appreciate tho many
udvnutnges combined In the Florence Machine.
Over nil others, tho Florence must bo seen to bo
Wo claim for tho
over any and all
SEWING-MACHINES IN THE WORLD:
AS-It makes' four different stitches, the lock.
knot, double-lock, and double-knot, m. ono nnd
the same machine. Each stitch bolng nllko on
both sides of tho" fabric.
VS' Every Machine has the reverslblo feed mo
tion, which enables tho operator, by simply turn
ing a thumb-screw, to havo the work run either
to tho right or left, to stay any part of the scani,
or fasten the cuds of seunis, without turning the
3-Changing tho length of stitch, nnd from
one kind of stitch lo another, can readily bo dono
whllo tho Machine Is In motion.
3-The nccdlo Is easily ndjiisled.nud docs not
Wit Is almost noiseless, and can be used
where ipilct Is necessary.
3-Its motions aro nil positive; thero aro no
springs to get out of order, and Its simplicity en
ables any ono to operate R.
-tiij- It docs not require liner Ihrcad on tho under
than for Iho upper side, nnd will sew across tho
heaviest seam, or from ono to mnro thicknesses
of cloth, without change of needle, tension, bicak
Ing tlueud, or skipping stitches.
ea-Tho Ilemmer Is easily-adjusted, and will
turn any width of hem desired.
ra-No oilier Maclilne will do bo or lit n range
of woik as tho Floicnce.
3It will hem, fell, bind, gather, braid, quilt,
and gather nnd sew on a liiflln l thosan.e tin.
It has no springs to get out of order, and will Inst
4S-It Is fully protected nnd licensed by Ellas
Howe, Jr., and our own Letters Patent.
Tlio taking up of tho stack-thread Is not per
formed by Uio irregular contiaetlim of n wlro coll
r uncertain operation of springs. Tho pieeislou
nnd iicf-urjcy with which the Floicnco draws tho
blond into tho cloth is uunpproo.-hi-d by liny
Suwlug-Machlno hitherto oll'c.cd In tho world.
Wo furnish each Machine Willi " Barnaul's Self-
Sower," which guides tho work itself, and Is of 111
calculable value, especially lo Inexperience oper
ators. Whllo possessing tlio nbove, and many othor
advantages, tho Florence Is sold at corresponding
prices with other first-class Machines, and a care
ful examination will fully siibstant lato all that
wo havo claimed lor It, and Justify tho usM-rtlun
wo now make, that It is tho best Scwlus-Miichlnu
lu tho world.
We waraant every Machine lo bo nil that we
claim for it, and to glvo enth-o satisfaction, nnd
will give a written warranty, if ictiulicd.
Liberal arrangements mnde with those who buy
In sell again, Further Information may bo laid
by liidoslug stamps to the General Olileoof the
lorciiciiSeuitig-Machlno C'iiiipany,i.X) Chestnut
Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
TRICES OF MACHINES.
No. 1, Plain. Tills Machine makes the lock
und knot stltchcs,aud lias tho reverslblo feed..5ffi
No. 2, V'lorcnce, Gold-ornameiiled Machine,
with drawer, nnd light caver, without lock;
makes nil the four stitches, uud has tho re
versible feed 75
No. 3. Silver-plated Machine, ornamented ;
tablo oll-flnlslied walnut, with heavy half
enso, lock nnd drawer; makes nil tho four
stitches, and has tho reversible lecd 881
No. !. Silver-plated Machine-, highly cirnn-
inenieil, und makes all tho four stltulu-s,
and has tho reverslblo feed.
Polished mahogany tablo 50
relished Rosewood Table W
No. 5. Walnut table, In olU.., 02
Mahogany table, lu oil , ,
Rosewood table, In dl
Nn.O.-Walnut, oil finished HI
O. O. EVANS, General Agent,
f.W Chestnut Street, Philadelphia,
gOIIHLL, BEROER &, CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
FISH, HALT, CHEESE", PROVISIONS, Ac,
Nos. 122 nnd 121 Nuith Whurvw, above Arch St.
Solo ngents for Wilcox's Wheel Grcisr.lu bar
rets, Kegs, nuu cans.
JORDAN A BROTH Ell,
pud Dealers In
S UTrETRE AND BRIMSTONE,
No 2V North Third attest,
Huccessor In 1 Icndry A 1 larrli,
Manufacturer nnd Wholesale Deatorln
ROOTS AND SHOES,
No. 65 North Third Hired,
LUTINC'OTT A TROTTER.
No. 21 North Water Street,
and No. 20 North Delaware Avenue,
Q.EOIIGE II. ItOHKKTS,
Importer mid Dealer In
HA11HWARE, ctrrmtY, GUNS, AC,
No. Sll North Third Street, above Vine,
CARl'ETINGS, WINDOW SnADES,
OILCLOTHS, MATS, AC,
No. 53 North Second Street,
J P. HEARD,
with LIPPINCOTT, 110ND A CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesalo Dealers In
HATS, OAFS, FURS, AND STRAW GOODS,
No. J13. Market Strct,
JOWE, EUSTON & CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesalo Dealers In
COTTON YARNS, CARl'lTf CHAINS,
II AITS, WICKS, TIE YARNS, CORDAGE,
1IROOMS, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
TAUI.E, FLOOR, AND CARRIAGE
01 1. CLOTHS, AC,
No. 530 Market Stieet, south side,
xN0ItTH AND WEST.
FOUR DAILY TRAN1NS.
ON AND AFTER MARCH 12, ISM, trains will
leave ns ionows: ,,
Tnvn Wnsh'ii. Iavo llalto.
Express Mall "WO A.M. VM 'A.M.
.-n,l i.hie 7:30 a.m. 12:1(1 P.M.
Pltlshuigand ErlcEx 1:30 p.m. 7:201'.m.
Piltsburir nnd Elinhi. Ex....7:10 P.M. :1j p.m.
TWO TRAINS ON" SUNDAY,
(Connecting nt Baltimore,)
I-avo Washington at 2:1.5 and 7:10 r.M.
SLEEPING CARS ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS.
LOW FARE AND (IUICK TIME.
Cars inn through from llnltlmoro to Pittsburg,
Erie, or umm wnnom cnaiig J)m,AnuY
-rmiLADELPiHA and erie
JL RAILROAD. This great line traverses the
northern and liintliweslcountles of Pennsylvania
to the city of Erie, of Enko Erie. It lias been
leased anil Is operated by tiie
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY.
Ttmo of Passenger Trains at Northumberland:
i.v.u-11 Kahtwahii. Erie Mull Train. 11:25 i-.m.
Erie Express Train, a:M A.M.; Elmlni Mall Train,
i. cut WKSTWAnn. l-'.rle Mali Train. .1 A.M.
Erie Express Train, 7:11 r.M.j Elmlrn Mall Train,
l'liskoiifer curs run thro.mhnn tho Erie Mall and
Express Trains wiinoui ciiauge ooiu ways no
tu-enii t'lillnilclnhtii iiiid Eric.
K1V YOUK t onnihtion. l.eave .pw l orK n. a
a.m.. nnlvo at Erie nt 11:15 A.M.: Leave Erlont !:."
. . .-l., ill I 1." f.fc . ... ,k ... ...... .....
.. n. X'..... ... !. II, t. f
i-.irir!,iii hii'i'iiiiii- f'lirH lit. mi liiuiii iiiiiii-.
Knr lnlorniatloli lcslieetlllg nnsscnger business
,,,.m1v nt thn -oriii,r of Thirtieth antl Market
Streets, Philadelphia: and for freight business of
lljo i 'oni Lillys agen.s.
S. 11. Kingston, Jr.,cornemi l weiiinnnu .uaraet
in-pi, l'l.lladflnlila: J. W.Revnolils. Erie: WU-
i .... ...:.., v-,.T i i,..t,i...... ..
...HI. 11, Kl "V l.V. !..., ,,..'. -.
11, 11. uii.f.-siw.s,
General Freight Agent, Phllaili Iphln.
II. W. (iWINNEIt,
General Ticket Agent, Phllndolphln.
A. ,. TYI.l'.lt,
General Suiieilutcndcnl, WUllamspurt.
March 2J, lafiO.
T A CK AAV ANNA
l BURG RAILROAD.
on and ntter.Miireh 11, lMW, Passenger Trains will
inn ns ionows:
Soirniu'Aitn. lavo cranion nt 4:ioi.m. niv
a.m.: Klinrstoiint fi p.m. and li:'o A.M.: lil,uns
burg at s:2o p.m. mid IWIA.M. Arrivoat orthuin
lierlaml nt it') P.M. ami w:.i A.M.
NouTHWAitn. Leave Northumberland nt 7 A.M.
anil .i p. si. : luonmsimrg at s:2 a.m. and ;:. p.m.
Scrantonnt li:a i a.m. and V p.m. Arrl o nt scran
ton nt 12:10 A.M. and 10:15 p.m.
H. A. FONDA, Snpt.
Kingston, Mareli 15, 1660.
rpHE AMERICAN HAY KNIFE
X AND FORK. We the undersigned citizens
ol i iiiuimiia county wuncssisi me inai ol ha
folks on tho farm of Mr. Pilrsel. In Ilemloi
Township, on Monday, Mav 7, lsflil, between tho
.iiinr.c-.u nay iviiueai.o .-one iiianuiaeiiirei. ov
SLIFKll, WALLS, SlIRINER A Co.. of J.-wls.
laii-g. Pi... and tho Ruiali-l's Patent Hav Hook.
Tim American Fork Ufl.sl muro li-iy In one
ilraiiLdit than the ituudei in three. Wnnrosnlts-
ncti It will niuens much nay into the mow ns tv
tood l!oies can draw. Wo also saw it cuttlii:
hav. and Ihink It cannot be beat ns u hav knife
and rhccrlhllv reeomiiicinl It ns tlio hest hay fork
....it mine wo I av evs?r seen.
('. nim:ui:MJKit, lin. F. (:. iiaiiuison,
1 It. llll,.. .11111?, II.K,
loiix Di.imucK, IMxil.l. .N'ul l:ii.
II. Illlil.KMII.I.Illl, Hylyksti:r 1'uh.sel,
MicnAi:r. Hr.i.i.r.ii. John Woi.k,
Tliev also uinntir.K-ltirn tho c.-lcla-iili.il Ftm.lf p-
Reapcr and Mow er, ami other agricultural luiple-
Q W. BLABON & CO.,
OIL CLOTHS AND WINDOW SHADES,
Warehouse, No. 121 North Third Street,
pilffiNIX STOVE DEPOT.
HEATERS, RANGICS, AND STOVES,
WhQh-sule and Retail,
l'ATENT ANTI-DUST C0OK1NO STOVE.
for heating two or more rooms,
PARLOR, COOKING, IUNIIRY, HEATING,
and every variety of STOVES.
JOHN I. HESS,
No. 310 p.orth Second Street, Philadelphia.
J V. LAMBERT,
Willi ROSS, BHOTT A CO.,
Imjiortcrs ami Jobbers of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, tc
No. 301 Market Street,
No. 49 North Third Street,
J II. LONGSTRETII,
PIHSIIMUTH, BIIOTIIER & CO.,
WHOLESALE TOHACCO J1E.VLERS,
No. lit North Third Street,
five doors below Rnco.
Factories, Nos. 223 and as Quarry street,
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