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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG- COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Agricultural mid Domestic.
All About OjNtriM.
As tho oyster season lun iirrl veil, wo
glvo tho following pood nvlpiti frmn
tho Ocrmrmiotci Ti'lcyraph:
Put two qunrta of oyster, liquor niul
nil, hi n pan, set tlicm on tho stovo to
heat, but don't lot thorn boll or como
very near to It ; now drain all tho liquor
Into your soup kettle, put In n pint of
water and two quarts of now milk, half
n pound of butter, n Httlo wholo nil
splco nnd pepper : havo tho oysters nil
this tlruo whero they will keep warm,
add them nnd salt to taslo just ns yon
nro ready to servo tho soup ; break up
80)110 crackers flno nnd put Into (ho
soup beforo tho oysters nro put In.
Bait should always bo put in tho last
thing In any soup, stow or frlcossco,
whero wllk Is used, or It is npt to cur
die. Oysters should never bo boiled
but only scalded : it makes them tough
nnd shrinks them nil up; if they nro to
bo stowed, heat them hot but don't boll
thorn j always havo tho soup or gravy
Put as many good fresh oysters, with
their liquor, as you think you will need
into a pan on tho stovo to heat, but not
boll. Drain tho Julcooff into n sauce
pan,nssoon as it bolls, ndd half a pound
of butter and somo pepper j when this
bolls ndd npint of cream and thicken u
little with Hour; after (his bolls up onco
puf In tho oysters and more salt If nro
csxiry. Servo very hot.
The fcame, only no ercani ; thicken
tho iuicon llttlo'with Hour; whci tho
stew is ready havo a few slices of toast
laid In a dish (well buttered,) and pour
tho oysters over it. It is best to heat
the dish hot that you put your oysters
in to send to tho table, us they arc so
much better hot than merely warm.
OYSTHlt STEW WITHOUT CF.EAM.
Muko in all respects the samo as with
cream, only substituting half it pint of
water for tho cream. Many persons
prefer oysters stowed in this way.
Mako a batter of milk, Hour, eggs,
cream of tartar.salcratus, saltin proper
proportion. Don't mako any thicker
than for pan cakes. Drop an oyster
into each spoon of batter as you dip it
out aud fry In hot lard, brown well on
Drain tho oysters well, roll in flno
rolled cracker and fry in hot lard and
butter, two-thirds lard, ono third
Lino a deep basin with puir-paste,
fold a largo towel and placo insldo to
support tho lid, then roll and ornament
npiccoof pasto tho samo as fern com
mon pIo,put.on tho basin nnd bako
Blowly j havean oyster stow mado as
above, without cream, nnd All tho basin
ns soon as tho pasto is dono. Servo im
mediately. Young Stock.
Good treatment makes constitution In
young stock. By good treatment is
meant tho avoidance of nil that is hurt
ful in any way by bad weather or by
personal nbuso. It is but Httlo .known
how sovero tho treatment is by tho
"hands," nnd often by tho owner of tho
stock. Thcro Is much nbuso, and who
docs not know that cattle, especially
young stock, nro often seen to shiver,
oven nmong farmers whero ono would
not expect to sco it. A niodcrato rain
either in thospring or fall la not thought
to hurt much ; nnd who over thinks of
harboring from tho sun? Now, it is
known that stock will seek tho shade
seek it eagerly in hot weather. Why is
this ? Certainly because tho heat is op.
pressivc, as nny ono can seo by tho
quick breathing. Hero is a hurt equal
to n cold rain ; and it lasts for months.
TJio rumtdy is fehado trees or shelter.
Cattlo that ivo polled havo nn advan
As an abrasion Is discovered on tho
back of a horse tho animal should bo
oxcuscd from duty for a fow days ; tho
abraded parts should bo dressed daily
with a portion of tho tincturo of aloes
and luyrrh. This simple treatment will
eoon lieal tho parts. Should thero be
no abrasion, but simple swelling, atten
ded with heat, pain, and tenderness,
tho parts should bo frequently sponged
Willi cold water. Occasionally tho skin
undergoes tho process of hnrdcnlntr (in
duration) This is n condition of tho
parts known to tho farriers of old ns
"sltfust," nnd tho treatment is as fol
lows: Procuroonoouncoof iodinoand
smear tho Indurated spot witii n portion
of tho samo twlro dally. Somo cases of
galled, back nnd shoulders nro duo to
negllgcnco and abuse; yet many ani
mals, owing to n peculiarity of consti
tution, will "chafe," as tho saying is,
in thoso parts which como In contact
with tho collar and saddle, nnd neither
human foresight nor mcclipnlc.d means
can provent tho samo.
Cows.-With tho cold weather, butter,
making and packing demand tho ntten
tion of diary-women. Tho cows should
bo fed' pumpkins, without thu seeds,
with somo bran or meal to lncrcaso tho
tlow of milk. Thoy require salt and
nbundanco of fresh water. A cow
should novor go thirsty nor liuvo to
trnvol fur for wntcr, it checks tho milk
secretion inoro than most pcoplo nro
Wu beg nil professed friends of a pure
life, Bays tlio Qtllfornia -Farmer, to wo
to it that soap nnd water nnd scrubbing
brushes, upon doors nnd windows, huh
eJiino nnd jiur o nir, nio freely ndmltted
to ovciy room nnd nook nnd corner of
their houses. If you havo porches or
yaids, huu uml nir beds, pillows, nnd
clothes overy Ioy. If you llvo in tlio
cily, nir Hu m In open windows, nnd
eavo yotirfcclvcs from sickness nml your
reputation from reproach.
In pruning very young penr trccri,
tlio object should bo to encourngo tho
growth of wood In proper directions,
rnthcr than tho production of fruit nt
tho cxpenso of retarding tlio develop
ment if tho trees.
"PAT,Id Judgo Sniff lo his neigh
bor, In n sleeping, ear, you would havo
romaliud n long tluioin tho old country
beforo you could havo eicpt with a
Judgo. Yes, yer honor, nnd vo woultl
Jino been u long tiwo lu tho old eoun-
iry ueiore yu-u ucen a JUUgo.
THE YOUNG FOLKS.
Tho old Woman laughed ilendlshly
again, nnd exclaimed, "Do you think
you hnvo herV not yot, not yet I" And
so saying, sho would havo seized tho
mnlden; but tho Drummer, cnlchlng
her with both Ids hnnds, throw her in
to tlio liililulo o; tho burning pile, nnd
tho flames ckucd. in nrour.d her, ns if
rejoicing In tho destruct'.on of Buch n
When tliM wot dino tho Maiden
looked nt tho Drum hi cr, nnd, seeing
that ho was n handsome youth, nnd
that ho had ventured his llfo to savo
tiers, sho held out her nrms to him, nnd
said, ' You havo dared a great deal for
me, nnd I must do something for you;
promlso mo to bo trtionud faithful, nnd
you shall bo my husband. For wealth
wo shall not wont; wo havo enough
horo in tho trcasuro which tho old
Witch has gathered togcthor."
Thereupon sho led him into tho houso
nnd showed him chests upon chests,
which wcro filled with treasures. Thoy
left tho gold nnd sllvcr,nnd took nothing
but diamonds nnd pearls; and then, ns
they no longer wlshod to remain on tho
glass mountain, tho Drummer proposed
that they should descend on tho wish-Ing-saddlo.
"Tho old saddlo does not
please mo," said tlm Miiiileu, "and I
need only turn thu ring on my linger
nnd wo shall bo at homo.''
"Well, then, wish ourselves at the
city gate," loplled tho Drummer; nnd
in thu twinkling of tin eyo thoy wero
there. "I will go and (nku tho news to
my parents llrat," siild tho Drummer;
"wait hero forme, for I shall soon bo
"Ah 1 I pray you, then, take caro not
to kiss your parents, when younrrlvo,
on the right chcok, elso will you forgot
everything, and I shall bo left hero nil
alono in this field." "How can I for
get you ?" said ho, nnd promised her
faithfully to return in n very short
time. When ho entered his father's
houso nobody knew him, ho was so al
tered, for tho thrco days which ho had
imagined ho had spent on tho glass
mountain wore thrco long years, no
soon recalled himself to their romom-
brancc, nnd his parents hung round his
neck, so that, moved by affection, ho
entirely forgot tho Maiden's injunctions
nnd kissed them on both chocks. Every
thought concerning tho Pri n cess nt onco
faded from his mind, and emptying his
pockets, ho laid haudfuls of precious
stones on tho tabio. Tiio pnronts could
not tell what to do with so much wealth
till at length they built a nohlo castlo,
surrounded by gardens, woods nnd
meadows, nnd fit for a prince to inhabit.
When it was dono tho mother of tho
Drummer said to him, "I havo looked
out for a wlfo for you, nnd you shall bo
married in three days' time."
Now, tho Drummer was quito content
with nil that his parents proposed; but
tho poor Princess was vcrydisconsohito.
For n long tlmo after ho first left her
sho waited for him in tho fields; but
when evening fell fcho believed that ho
had kissed his parents on tho right
chcok, nnd forgotten all nbout her. ller
heart was full of grief, nnd sho wished
herself In somusolltary forest that sho
might not return to her father's court.
Every evening sho went to tho city and
passed by (ho Drummer's liouso, but al
though ho passed her many times ho
never recognised her. At last sho heard
ono day tho pcoplo talking of tho wed
ding of tho Drummer, and sho thereup
on resolved to mako n trial if sho could
regnln his love. As soon as tho llrst
festival-day was appointed, sho turned
her wishlng'ring, saying, "A dress as
shining ns tho sun." Immediately tho
dress lay bo foro her, and seemed as if
wo yen out of tho purest sunbeams! Tiien
as soon as tho guests had nssembled,sho
slipped Inlo (ho hall, aud everybody
admired her beautiful dress; but most
of nil tho brido elect, who had u passion
for flno dresses, nnd went up to her nnd
asked if blio would sell it. "Not for
money," sho replied; "bulfortho priv
ilege of sleeping for ono night next to
tho chamber of tho bridegroom."
Tho brido elect could not resist her
wisli for tho dres3,nnd Eoshoconscnted;
but first of nil she mixed in tho sleeping
draught of tho bridegroom astrongpo-
tion, which prevented him from being
awakened. Dy-nnd-by, wlion nil was
quiet, tho Princess crept to tho chamber
door, nnd, opening it slightly, called
"Drummer, Drummer, O list to me,
Forcet not wha I did for thee:
Think of tho mountain of glass so high
Think of the Witch nnd her cruelty.
Think of my plighted troth with thee:
Drummer, mummer, u list to mo 1"
Sho cried nil in vain, tho Drummer
did not nwnko, and when day' dawned
tho Princess was forced to leave. Tho
second evening she turned her wishing
ring nnd said, "A dress ns silvery ns
tho moon." As soon as sho had spoken
it lay boforo her; nnd when sho np
peared in it at tho ball, tho brido elect
wished to have It as well ns tho other,
nnd tho Princes gnvo It to her for tho
privilege of passing another night noxt
tho chamber of tho bridegroom. And
everything passed ns on tho first night,
Tho servants In tho house, however,
had overheard tho plaint of thostrango
Maiden, nnd they told tho bridegroom
nbout It. They told him, also, that it
was not possible for him to hear nnv-
thing nbout what was said because of
tlio potion, which was put into his
Tho third evening tho Princess turned
ncr ring nnu wished ror n dress ua glit
tering ns tho stars. As soon ns sho np
nenred in tho ball.ronm thus nrmvml.
tho brido elect was enchanted with its
ueauiy; nnu ueciared rapturously, "I
must Ulld Will havo it." Tim Mnhlnii
gnvo it up, lllfo tho former, for n night's
sieep next uiii nriuegrooin's chamber,
tiii.i . ii i... .it., . .1-t...- . . .
i inn iiiiiu uu iuu nut uriiiK ins wino ns
usual, nut poured it out. hehiuii tho bed;
nnd ho, when nil tho houso was (juict,
no iiuurii iiguiiiiu voico repealing,
Think of my plighted troth with thee:
mummer, mummer, u list to mo I"
All nt onco Ids memory returned.
nnd ho oxelnlmid. "Alas! nlnsl linw
could I iiavo treated you so henrtlessly?
but tho hisses which J gnvo my parents
on Iho right cheek, in tho excess of mv
Joy, they havo howildcrcd ino." ilo
jumped up, nnd, taking tlio Princess by
tno liautl, led ncr to tho lioilshlo of his
unreins, this is my truo urldo," said
io. "anil if 1 innrry llio other 1 shnll tio
n grievous wrong." When tho parents
heard nil (hut had happened, they gnvo
their consent, nnd thereupon tho lights
in tho hall weie rekindled, tho drums
and trumpets rofutched, tho friends uud
visitors Invited to como again, nnd tho
truo wedding was celebrated with great
pomp nntl happiness.
iiui ino oeroiiu tiritio recciveu ino
thrco splendid drosses, nnd wits ns well
contented as if eho hud been inarriod.
"Drummer, Drummer. O list to 1110,
I'orget not what I did for thee;
Think of tho mountain or glassBolilgli,
Think of tho Witch and her cruoltv:
niNi:itAt. klkotion iuoci,amatio.v
Wimnr.Ai. bv tho laws nl this Commonwenlth
It Is made tlio duty of tho HherliTof every coutiiy
to glvo notlco of tlio general Election, by
publication In ono or more newspapers In tho
rounty, nt least twenty day bcfciru tlio election,
nml to cmnncrnto therein tlio olllerra to bo elect
ed, niul inucsiKiiaio tno places in. which mo cicu
tlon Is to bo Jiel.l. . . , ,
Thorororo 1, muuuuuai juilijaiiimuiiii nucr
Itrnr Columbia county, do hereby mako known
mm prncinim w llio qimmieu uieciiiinui luiuui
blacuutity. Ihntngoucral Election will bo hold
on TU1MDAY. Till'. i;i.l5Vlilll 1.Y Ul'
OCTOHEll. ltml (bolllit tho llrst Tilduy 111
snld month,) nt the several district wltlilu tho
county, to wlti. , ,
llenvcr township, nt tho public houso of Tlioi.
J, shumnn. . ....
ronton lownsnip, at mo puuno nouso oi wen
Icy l'iiitt In tho town of ltoiitnn,
tiwii iiiooin, nt vno uourt iitnisu.iii moum-i-butir.
vlst llloom, nt tlio Court House, In Moonis-
"dorougli llcrwlck nt tho Town House, In tho
Uirough nfllcrwlclc, . ....
lloroURh Centriilln, nt the. public housool It. A.
llrlarcrcok townslilp.nt tho public school houso
Catawissi, township, nt tlio tmbllo lion of
Samuel Kostonlinudor, 111 tin! town orcalnwlssji.
Centra township, nt tho Helmut liouso Hour la
fayctto Crcasoy's. .
North Ciinynshnm District nt Iho school house
nrnr tho colliery of John Andrews St Co.
Huulli Onnyngtuini District nt tho hoiiso or
Thomas Ktlkcr, lately llxod by n votouf tho cltl-
..ana ,,f f lint tnivtuli I n.
Flshlngcrock township, lit tho publlo houso of
uninnuus uunugsi.. . ,
Franklin township nt tlio L.iwranco school
O roonwooil township, nt tho houso of Joseph
Hemlock township, ntlho public houso of Chxs,
II lit (111. .1.(1.11 flfllllf-lr lfllfll.
Jackson township nt tho houso of Ezcklcl Cole.
Locust township, ut tho publlo housuuf David
Youger In Hlalitown. , ,
Mltlllu township, nt the publlo liouso of Anron
JIOSS, 111 lIlO 1UW1I OI lUlllllllVllie.
Mndlsnu townshln, nt tho publlo houso of mm-
UCl llimny, III .icrsuyiiiwu. ... ...
.Ml. I'JOilHIIUl. lOWllsnip, III mu limnu ui ...
Molllcll. . , ,,, ,. ,
Montour township, nt tho houso of Win. llul-
I I IrAlllIllli I
AllllUO lOllHSUip, 111. UIO pill'IIU UOIOU
hnm K. Sliunuin. ,
Itoiirlngcroek township, nt tho houso furmerly
orutnio township, ul tho public houso of Clin
ton W. Ynplo In Omnsevllle.
l'luolownshlp.nt tho Contro School liouso mlc
1.. llvn.l liVlLVfltllfirtlKlCtllXCllSOfSHldtOWIlSttlP
u ..I.... r ii.iiiiiulitii ill , tin lit.iiMii of Allocs Colo
Hcolt townshlp,nt tho public house of Wiu.l'itl-
"a t w'hi'Yi'tlmo ninlplnccs tho qunllllcd electors
will elect by tinllot tlio rolloiviuuHtale nnd Coun
ty omeers, viz ;
.in.. nni.nn f.if Pnnirrnss. olio nerson fur ItClirO"
soutntne, ono perhon for Asclnte Judge, ono
polHUll lor nuerill, Olio icrouii luruiuiiimiiiiui;.,
two persons for Jury Commissioners, ono peisou
...enmnnTnllilnlli! lll-rHllll flir Auditor.
It Is further directed Hint tlio election polls of
the Hovcrnl districts shall be opened between the
hours of six and soven o'clock In tho forenoon,
nnd shall continue open without Interruption
and niijourniueni uniii seven o cioeu. in iuu u eu
in., .t.lifin lint imlluKhnll tm clnsoil.
l'ununnt to tho provisions contained In tho
rr.th HKMiiitiiirthonctllr.it nlorcsald. tlio judges
of the nfores.ild districts shall respectively tniio
charyo or the ceruiicaics oi reiuru oi iuo elec
tion of their resieetlvo districts, uud prnduco
themnt n meeting of ono Judgo from each dls-
trlcl ill 1110 court. House, ill inuuiiiBiiuig. ul nic
third day uller tho day of tho election, being on
1'rlday, tho lith day of October, 18JU, at 10 o'clock
n. 111., inomiim ineiu iu uu hu. iiui.u.... hihuu
tips tiiniilreil liv lnwof saldludcies.
Also, Hint whero a Judge, by sickness or una-
..t.tnliln nnrtilnnt U lltllllllft 111 nttClld Kllcll'tlieet-
lug of Judges, then tho certltlcato or return shall
bo lallen charge of by ono of tho Inspectors or
clerks of tlio election of tho district, who shall
do nnd perform tho duties required of said Judge
uuauiu iu uucim.
'in. ttnttim .ltiilccn of tho Concrcsslonal D'S'
iftnt ...timninil nf the Cnutitlcs nf ltrndford. Co
lumbia, tjulllvau, Montour niul Wyoming, shall
m....t. nt. tint ITmtrl. Hnllso 111 TllulEhnnlluck. on
'luesd.iy tho lith day of October next, to mako
oUfcluoreiurusiuriouiuei m wiuBtwa.
Tim return JiidunHof tho ltenreticntutlvo Dls
trlct, composed ol tho comities of Columbia nnd
Mmitiitir Khali numt ut tho Court House. In
IJloomsburg, on Tuesday thoulneteentli day of
Ucloucr, UCXI.IO lllUitu oui. Llio luiunis iur 1UVU1-
l...r nf A 1.C11111 til.
't-li.i tnlluwliti Act of Assembly, reeulallng
tho uiodo of voting In Iho Commonweallli of
rcnusyivuuia, wius pa&sca larcu iuiu, ico?, uhu
Hkction 1. Ho It enacted by tho Scnnto nnd
liouso of Itcprcsentatlves of tlio Commonwealth
of 1'cunsylvanlalu General .Wscmbly met, nnd
It Is hereby enacted by thonuthorlty of tho bamo
that tho qunllllcd voters of tho several districts
In tho suveral counties of this commonwealth, nt
nil general, towusuip, uorouguimu speeiui uiee-
linn, nrn hcrebv hereafter authorized nnd 10'
quired to vote by tickets printed or written, or
tiled lis Jollows: Ono ticket bhall einbraco tho
iariiy pi inieu nuu inuiiy viiin:.o Yw.nnj nun.'
names ol nil J udges or courts voieu ior. nuu
i.i.ii.l .inlnlilii '.liiitliiir.rvt" ono ticket si
cmbruco tho names ut nil tho Stale olllccrs voted
for, nnd bo labelled "Stato ;" ono ticket shall em
braco the names of of all county olllccrs voted
for. Including tho olllco of Senator, Member and
Members of Assembly, If voted for nnd mom;
I. . .ru .if I 'mini-nun It vntoil Tur. mill 1lO labelled
"Couuty :" uuo ticket shall embrace tho names of
nil township ollleors voted ror nnd bo laueucu,
Township;" ono ticket shall cmbraco tho names
of all borough unices voted for, and ua labelled,
HEcrioNi That It shnlllio tho duty of tho Sheriff I
Iu mo several couimos oi mis iuiiiiiiuuvieiiikii n
luscrt In their election proclamations, herealler
ssu.id, llio llrst section ot this net,
X0TICI2 IS IlUItBUY aiVHN.
Tlmt every person excepllng Justices of tho
ii...!.... .Him uiml in il iniv ulllcu or uniiolntmenl
of tirollt or trust under tho Unlled blntcs, or of
this Htatc, nny city or corpornted district, wheth
er n commissioned olllcer or othurwlse, n subor
dinate olllcer or ngoni wno is ornunu uiieiiipiuy
ed under tint legislature, oxecutlvo or Judiciary
Department of this Htnto, or of nny city or of nuy
incorporated district, nnd nlso, tlmtevcry mem
ber of Congress nnd or tho mate Ulslature, nnd
of tlio select or common council of nny city, or
conimlssloner.s of nny Incorporated district, is
by law Incipablo of holding exercising nt tho
tlino tho olllco or appointment of Judge, Inspec
tor nr Clerk or nny election of this Common
wealth, niul that no Insis-etor Judgo or other of
ilccrofsueh election shull bo ellglblo to bu then
voted for. . , , ... ... , ,.
1 ho Inspectors nnd Judgo nf tho clcctlonssliall
meet nt their rcspectlvo places nppolntcd for
holding tho election lu tho district to which they
resitcctlvely belong, before seven o'clock In tho
morning, and each of said Inspectors shall ap
point one clerk, who shall boa qualllled voter
ufsucli district. , , ,, ,
In caso tho person who shall recclvo tho second
highest nuinU-r of votes lor inspector shall not
attend on iho day of any election, then tho per
son who shall havo lccolved tho second highest
number of votes lor Judgo at tho next preceding
..u.ntinu ktmll net as lusneetor in bis place. And
m caso mo person wno aiiuii iiuvu iceum-u iuu
lilchest number of votes forluspector shall not
attend, tho person electod Judgo shall appoint nn
inspector III ins piueu unu iu 1-iw.u iuu H.-1 nun
nif.i-iii.1 iiiin shall not nttend. then tho inspec
tor win. received tho hlshest number ot votes
shnll appoint a Judgo in Ids place or if any va
cancy Sliail COI1I1I1UO IU IUU UU1IIU 1U1 iuu ?i.tt.u
iitnim lu-iiir after the tlmo llxed bv law for tho
opening ot the election, tho qualllled voters of
olllcers shall havo been elected, present at such
eleetlou snail elect ono oi lueir uuiuuur iu uu
It shall bo tno uuiy oi luo several assessors
respectively to attend nt tlio place of holding
every general, special or tovviiBlilp election, dur
ing thu whole time such election Is kept open,
rnr tim nurnoso of eivlug Information to tho In
spectors audjudges, when called on. In relation
to tho right of nuy person assessed by them to
voto nt such eleetlou, nnd on such other matters
lu rotation to tho nssessment to tlio said Inspec
tors or either of them shall from tlmo require.
No nerson shall bo permitted to vote at any
election ns aforesaid than n white citizen of tho
age ot twenty-ono or more, who shall havo rosl
iiml In this Htnto nt least one vcar. and In tho
election district whero he oilers to voto ten days
Immediately preceding sucu election, mm witu
in two years paid u btulo or counts' tux which
shnll have been assessed ut toast ten days before
the election. Hut a citizen of the United Ktates
who has previously been n qualllled voter of the
United htatcswhouas previously been a qualllled
voter of this Htato aud roturned nnd who shall
havo In tho election district and paid taxes.as
nforesald, shall bo entitled to voto alter residing
intht s Ktate six mouths, l'rovlded, Hint tho
whlto freemen, cltueus of tho United Htates, be
tween the nee of twentv-ono and tweulv.twc
years who have resided in the election district
ten uns's ns atoresaiu snuu no eniiiu
fitthniii.li thev shall not have nald tax.
ISo person shall bo permitted to voto whose
name Is not contained lu tho list of taxable In
habitants furnished by tho Coinmlsslouers.uuless
First, ho produces a receipt for tho payment
Wlliun iwo yours ui uouitu ur euuiuy mx assess
mi Ni.reenlilv lo tho Constitution and etvo satis.
factory evidence either on his oath oratUrmntlon
or the oath or ulUrmatlon or other, that he lias
paid such a tax, ur on fullure to produce arecelpt
shall make oath to the payment thereof. Second
If ho claim tho right to voto by being an doctor
twtwecii thoaeeof twentv-ouo mid tvventv.two
years, ho shall deposo on oath or nllirmntion that
he has lesldcdlu tills State ut least one year next
beloru his application, and make such proof of
resilience in ino uisinct ns is ri-quireu. ny mis
net. and tbuthodoes verllv believe from tho ac
count given htm, that ho Is of ago aforesaid, nnd
ucn oilier eviueuco us is reqmreu ns' luis nci;
whereupon tho name oftho person thus ndmlt
ted to voto shall be Inserted in tho alphabetical
list bv the Inspectors, and a unto mniloonnosl
thereto by wrltlug tho word "tax," If ho shall bo
admitted to voto by reason ot having paid tax; or
ino wuru age, ii ncftimii uu uuiiiuieu ui voio uy
riiniifiii nf such nno shall bo called out to tho
clerks, who shull make tho like uotcs on tlio list
oi voters Jicpi uy lueiu.
In nil cases whero tho nnmo nt tho person
claiming tu voto is found on the list luruisutsi by
tho commissioners nnd nssessor. or his right tu
vote, whether lound thereon or not. is onjectou
to by uuy qiinllllod eltlren, It shall hu tho dutv
of the iusieetors to examine such person 011 oath
ustohls quulillcations, nnd If hu claims to havo
resided within tho Htato lor one year or inoro Ids
nam snuu uu sumcieut prwu inereui, oui snuu
iiiuuo pitsit uy ut least ono competent witness,
wliu snail bo a oualltled elector. Hint lio hiu res.
Ided in thodlslrlct for inoro limit teu duys next
luumtlluiely prtecdlng such election, uud shall
uisu iiiiuseii swear null, ins inula nuu lesiueiu-u,
iii pursuiineuor ins lawiui tuning, is in said uu
tilcl, uud that hu did not reuiovu Into said dis
trict for tho puruosu of voting therein.
Uvery person qualllled lis ufuresald, nnd who
shall mako duo proof, if rcuutred.of tho lesldenco
uuu isiyiueiii ui nixes us uiurcsuiu, snail no uu-
mltted to vote III tho township, wurd ur district
in wincu no snuu resiuo,
If nny person shall prevent or attempt to pre
vent uny olllcer of nuy election under tlds net
hum holding such election, or use or threaten
uny violence to 1111 such olllcer. or shall inter
nipt or Improperly Interfere with him hi tho ex.
edition of Iilsiluty. or shall block up Iho windows
or nveuuo to nuy window whero the same inuy
bo holding, or shall riotously disturb the peace
nt such election, or shull use uny Intlmldutlntf
threats, force or violence, with design to lullu
cmo unduly oroveruwonny elector, or to pre
Veiithlm homvotlugorto restrain tho freedom
of choice, such person, on conviction, shall bo
llm-d hi any sum not t-xceeilliig llvo hundred
dollars, uud huprlsoiieit for nuy tlmo not less
than three uur more than twelve months, uud If
It shnll 1st shown to Court, whero tho trial of such
Ijllenss shull bo hud. that the tiersou so fill'eiid-
lug wusiiot a resldeutof the cily. ward, district
or township where tho olleiiso was eoinmltttsl,
and uot entitled to voto therein, then on convic
tion hushsll be sentenced to pay u flno of not
less than ono hundred nor more lliun ouo ihous.
uud dollars, uud bo Imprisoned not less than six
mouths normoro than two years
n tuiy persou, uy luwiiuaiuieu, suau irauu-
ulently vol" nt nny clecllon of this Common
wenllh, or he. tin olhcrwlsn qunllllcd shall vnto
out of his printer district, If nny person knowing
tho want ufsucli qunllilcatlon, shall nlil or pro
euro such person to volo, tho person oircudlntf
shall on conviction be fined In any sum not ex;
eeedhiR two hundred dollars, nnd bo Imprisoned
in nny lerin not cxcccuiiig inrcu niouius.
If nny ono shall vnto ntmoro than ono clecllon
district, or otherwise fraudulently vote more
than onco on Ihosnmodny.or shall fraudulently
fold aud deliver to the Inspector two tickets to
KCthor, with tlio Intent lllegallv In vote, or who
snail ltrocilioaiioiiier m ttu uu, nn in invj
fending shall, on conviction, bo lined In any
sum not less than liny nor inoro lliiin llvo hun
dred dollais, nnd bo Imprisoned for n term not
less than thrco nor moio than twelve months.
If nny person noi quniiueu to voio iu in is ium
miimvrnlili auroeahlv to law (oxcent tho sons of
qnallileaclllr.eus,) shall nppcar nt nny place of
election for tho purpoio of Inlluonclng Iho cltl -reus
qualllled to vole, ho shall on conviction for
feit mid pay nny sum not oiccedlngono hundred
dollars lor every sucli olfcnso nnd bo impilson-
cu tor nny term noi excceuing iiireo niunius.
TIIK ItKOISTllY I.AAV.
I nlsoelvo olllclal notlco to tho electors of Co.
lumbla I'ounty that, by nn net, entllled "An
Act lurlher supplemeutul to tlio act rclatu o to tho
elections of tills Commonwealth," Approved
a m il mh. a. i. niffii. It Is provided ns follows I
Arr.J. Arierthn iissoisnients havo been emu
ploled oil tho tenth day preceding tlio second
isi..,i.ir In itnt.iiiiir .ir.mi.it veur. thu assessor
shall, on tho .Mini ny Imnicdlntely following.
maltun reiurn in ino eouiuy euiiuuisaiyuv.;. u.
iho names or ail persons usscsseu uy iiiiiimuw
it... i-.itnrii f...tititii.i in hi. tiiiulrt ltv hint bv tho
second section of this act, noting opposlto eiu h
name tho observations and explanations requir
ed to bo noted as nroresald nnd tho county win-
missioners sunn iiieieuiiou cuuso mu iiitnm iu
nddetl to tho return required by tho second sec
tion of this net, uud it full nndcorrcct copy there
or to bo made, containing tho iinincs in all per
sons so returned ns resident tnxnbles In said
wanl, borough, towns nip or prccinci, nuu iiiriusu
tho same, together with thu necessary election
uuinics lo iiiuoiucers oi iuu eiCUlluil in n in. nt.....
Lnrnncli f iitvniili in nf Tirnctncl. fill fir llCtorO SlX
o'clock iu tho morning of the second Tuesday of
October, nnd no mnn shnll bo permitted to vote
ul tho election on that day whoso namo Is not on
said llsl, unless no snau ni.-iao pruui u. ma ibn.
to vote, us hcrelnnller required.
See. i. On thu day of clecllon nny pcison
whoso nnmo Is not on tho said llsl, and claiming
tho right to vote at s.lld elecuon, snail iniuiini u
least ono qualllled voter ol tlio district ns n wit
nnuM tit t in riiKiiioiicit nf iho claimant lu tno
district of which hoi-lalnis to Iuu voter lor tho
period oral least ten uujs nexi pri-ccuiu'i nuu
..iiiilntt. u-tili-li u-ltit.- sltiill takonud sulMCl'lL'O
n written, or partly written nnd puitly printed
allldavitlotho fid stain 1 by hlin, which ulUda-
VII shall dellue clearly wneio ino resiueiuo is m
tho person m claiming lu bo a voter; and the per
son SOCiaillllllg IHO llllt Hi ium.ii.ui -
uud subserlbou wlitli n or purlly wrltlen aud
tvirt nr iilml ii llilAVlt. kUllinu Ul IUU uwiuiui.
knoulodguaud belief, wiicm and when ho was
ii.it-. tti.i. no t it i-iit.ui nr iho toiuuionweaUh
of l'ennsylvanla nnd or tlio United Stales; that
hohas resided In tho Commonwealth olio year,
or If formerly n clii.en therein, nnd lias moved
lliorelrom.tbnt he has resided therein six mouths
next preceding said election; that ho has not
lnovtl! into luo uisinci nn- mo piiipuou u. tu.iiiH
tin-rein 1 that ho hasp.ildn Stale or county uix
i.-itliln .tir.i .-ni-n vi-hli-li was nssesscdut least tell
days betoro said election; aud, If u naturn lzed
lctlzen, bhall nlso stato wheu. whero nnd by
what court ho was naturalized, and shall also
,irn.iimi. his r-i rt itli-nt n uf iiuturallzatlou lor ex-
finiinatlon; tho said nilldavll shall ulso stnte
v;hen nnd whero tho taxclalincsl to bo paid by
tho nllidavit was assessed, nnd when, where nnd
to whom paid, nml tho tax receipt thereior
shall bo produced for examination, unless the
allldavlt shul! stato on his allldavlt that it has
...mi inut. ,ir tliisMiivi!.i.or that tio never received
nny, but If thu person so claiming tho right to
vote shall take uud subscalbo un inllaut, mat he
lsn native born citizen of tho UnltedHUites (or
If born Usowhere, shall stulu tho fact lu his mil
dnvlt, nnd shull pioduco evidenco that ho has
been muuraiizeu, or inui no uHuuniimiuimv
.t n.timi hn I u entitled to cltlzeushlu bv reas
on of Ills father's naturallzatlon;)'aud shall fur
ther stato in his allldavlt that ho Is, at Ihotluio
or taking Iho ullldavlt, botwoeu tho ages of
twenty-ouo and twenty-two years; that ho has
resided In tho Stato one year and lu tuooloctlon
district ten days next preceding such election,
ho shall bo entitled to vote, although lio shall
not havo paid taxes; tho said allldavits of nil
persons making such claims, nnd thu allldivlts
..r.t. .i'itn.i.i..i4 In their residence, shall bo lires-
trved by tho election board, aud ut tho close of
tneciceiioii iiii-y Bii iiiuwv.ui ......
of voters, tally list ahd other papers required by
law to bo llled by tho return judgo with the pm
ii.mintnri'. nml nlmlt remain on tlio thelcwltll lu
tho nrothouotary's olllco, subject to examina
tion, ns other election papers nro ; If tho election
olllccrs shnll And Hint tho nppllcaut or applicants
possess nil tho legal qualltlcatlous of voters, ho
ur they shall ho permuted to vote, nnd tho unmo
or names bhall bo added to tho list of laxablcs
.... .i. ..I....II.H. .itllnnr ttin w.inl "Ifix" llllilll. llll-
.171.1 tulinri.thn iil.ilmun L claims lovote Oil tax.
nnd tho word "ago" whero ho claims to voto on
tvoi'tlio same words being added by tho clerks
In each ease respectively on tho lists of pcisous
Voting at sucu eieciiou.
r. it ui.nll ln lawful fur nnv nualillcd citi
zen of tho district, notwithstanding the uamo of
tllO propoSCU voicr IS cuuiuuieu uu iuuiwi m ii.-.-t.i..iit
t-ivniilos. in rlialleneo the votoof sltCll per
son; whereupon the same proof of tho light of
SUlIrilgO US IS now l eqiiiieu uy luw niiini uu piiu
llul.. ...ruin uml nrteil on bv tho elcctlull board.
and tlio voto admitted or rejected, according to
tho evidence: every person claiming to bo n na
turalized citizen bhall bo required to produce his
naturalization certificate at tlio election bor..ro
voting, except whero ho lins been lor ten sears,
consecutively ,a voter In tlio district iu which ho
oners ins voie; unu on mo vuiu ui suvn in.-.ou.. j
inr. rnlirnil it. shall bo tho dutv of tho election
olUcers to wiltoor btampon such certillcato tho
woid "voled. ' wuu mo iiioniii aiiu scui; iwu u
nnv in.Mir.ii nfiii-pr nr (itiitTw Hhall leceivo n HOC
certillcato. excepting whero Konsure tntltled to
voio ny vinueyi ino imiunni..iiiwii hkh
at a l...i'ntol I lu. iwr.iitl whll Killlll nfllr hlll'll Kf'C'
oml vote, upon wooittfiuling shall lie guilty of u
Jllffll ini.NUUIUC'ilUUr, UIIU Mil iiiiiiiuiui. i.n.w.,
ilueil or imprisoned, or both, nt tho discretion of
thftrnnrn hut the flno Khali not exceed ono hun
dred dollars In each ca-e, nor tho Imprisonment
ono year; Tho like puntshmentshalt bo InUlcled j
ouconvictlon.outheomcersoi election who shall ,
neglect or reluso loinaice, or causo m no inuue,
the indorsement required on nioresaid natuiali
zatiou certillcato. .
Src. fl. If any election omccr snail reiuso or,
neglect to rcqulrusuch proof of tho rlyht ot sull
mgQaH Is prescribed by nils law, or Uib laws to
uhlch ihlM lit n sunolemcnt. 1mm nny person nlt-
erlng to vole whoso nnmo is not on thu lint of as
sckmxI voters, nr whoso right to voto is challen
ged by nuy qualitlcd voler present, and shall ud-
miL sucu person 10 vote wiiiiouii k-uuiuhk ruvii
proof, every person no otteudlng shall, upon cun
vlctlun.bot'ulltv of n htirh misdemeanor, uud
sliall bo sentenced, for overy such ollVuee, to
pay n nno noi excecumg ono jiumirvu uunuiaur
to undergo uu imprisonment not moro than ono
year, or cither or both, at Iho discretion of tho
firr. 0. Tho rcsncctlvonsKBsors: Inspectors and
Judges of tlio elections shall each havutho power
io auiuinisier oatiiN unmy prrmm ciiiuuiuv, uib
right to bo assessed or Iho rljjht of sullroge, or In
regard to any other matter or thing required to
ho done or Inquired inlo by any of snld olllcers
under this net; and any vviirul luKo swearing by
imvnerMmln relation to nnv matter or thing
concerning which theydhall 1kj lawfully lntern-
gaieii ny uny oi bam omuers tuau uopumsutu us
See. 10. Tho assessors shall fach rcceivo tho
samo coinpcnsiitlou lor tno unio necessarily
KtiPiit In rfnrinlnir thu duties thereby eufolued
iu Is provided bylaw for tho performance of their
ni iii1 r illume id uu i iinu uv luu tuuiLtv uuiuiiii.Mt-
ioners as iu otbtr cases; uud 11 shall uot bo law
iui ior any assessor io usscs-j mx hiuv uny
jcison wnaiever wiiiun icn uays next, preceuiug
be election to bo held on tho second Tuesday in
October lu any year, or within ten days next be-
Vlce-l'resldent of the United States; nny viola
tion of this provision bhall bo a misdemeanor
and unmeet tiio olllccrs so oilendlnir lo n lino uot
exceeding ono hundred dollars, or to Imprison
ment not exceeding threo mouths, or both, at
tho discretion of luo court.
See, 11. On tho petition of flvo or moro citizens
nf the county, statins under oath that thev ver
ily believe tlmt Trauds will bo piacticed ut the
election nbout to bo held in nny district, it shall
be tho duty of the court of common pleusofsald
county, It In session, or If not njudgo thereof In
vacation, to appoint two Judicious, sober and iu
telllcent cill.eiisof thecouutr tonct asoverseers
nt said election; said overseers shall bo selected
from UlH'erent political parlies, whero tho In
spectors belong to Ulltereut parties, and whero
both of said Inspectors belong to tiio same politi
cal party, bolh of tho overseers Bhall be tnken
from theonnostto political nartv: said overseem
sluill have the right to be preseut with tho olllccrs
of tho election, uuriug thu wholo tlmo the same
Is held, the votes counted and tho returns made
out and signed by tho election olllcers; to keep a
usi oi voiera, ji mcy teu proper; to cnauengu uuy
nerson oftVrliur to vote, uud Interrogate him nml
his witness undoruath,iu regard to his right of
HUiuage nt saia eieciion, nuu io examine nis pa
nnra iirodnced; and thu olIleerH nt vuld olcftinn
aie ruqulred to ullord tosatd overseers so elected
and appointed every convenience and Jaclllty
tor theuischurgoof thelrdutie; uud if tnld elec
tion olllcers shull r el use to iermitsatd o vet seers
to be present, aud per form their duties us afore
said, or If they shall be driven away iroui the
pot Is by violence and Intimidation, all tho votes
tolled at such election district may bo rejected
by nuy tribunal trying a content under sala elco-
lion; jyovuuu, j iiat no person signing the pelt'
tlon shall bu nnnolnted uu overseer.
11. Any assessor, election olllcer or person
npKlnted us nn oerster, who shull neglect or
reluso to perform nuy duty enjoined by this net
wlthoutruasonuble or legal cause, shull bo sub
ject to a penalty of ouo hundred dollars, nud if
uny assessor snau assess any person us a voter
who Is not qua llled, or slial 1 1 efusu to tissess any
uuo who la (juiMiiu'u, iiusuau vo guiuy oi a IiltS'
demeanor lu otlicc.nnd on conviction bu nnnuii.
ed by Hue or lmpiisonmcnt, nnd aUn be subject
to an i ctlou for damages by tho party nggiluved;
and If uuy person shall fraudulently ultcr.addto,
defaco or destroy any list of voters made out as
directed by this act, or tear dowu or remote tho
huiiiu iroiu iuu jiiiit u woeru linas ucen iixi(i,uiii
Jruudulent or intschlevous intent, or lor unv Im
proper purpose, tho person so oileudlug shall ba
itulliy uta IiIkIi lulkdeuiciiuor.aiid on cutivlalon
shnll bo punlsliod liy u llnu not cxccctlluic nuu
lumdroit dutlttrs.fir linprlsouiucnt nut oxcccdiuir
twfiycius, nr both, nt luo dlt-ciclion of thu court.
He. 15. All elcctlnus for city, wanl, borough,
touiishlpnnd tU-clIou ollkcrsslinlliicrinricr bu
held ou llio scciuiil Tuesday of October, subject to
ui .ii muni, in mu iuiih rt-KiiiuiiiiK ino election
of such olllccrs not Inconsistent with this net:
tho persons elected to such oillces lit that tiuiu
shall take their places Ht thu expiration of thu
lenus oftho persons holding thu saniu at tho
tlmo ol such clecllon; but no eloctlon ror thu
olllco of assci-sor or assistant assessor shall bo
neiii. miner iiusuci.uuiu iuueur ono thousand
c-luht hundred uud kevenlv.
Jn obcdleucu to tho refiuirciuent of John V,
sylvuuln, I hereby publish the riiteentu Amend,
luent ot thu Couslltulioii of iho llulti il Hint.
tho Act of (.'ouitress mtforclnt: tho suuiu, aud thu
Thu FltliH-uth Aiuentliuentuf tho Cnnstlliitlon
ui iuu iiiiiieu nuiies is us louows I
'Hkction I, Tliorlnht of cltlwnsof tho Uullnl
Klales lu vole shall not be denied ur abridged by
the United mates, or by uuy htute.ou account of
rue, color, or iruvioim couuilion or bcrvllllUtv
"HkCTioN if, Tho Coucress shall havo power to
vuiurce mis urucio uy ttpjiropriaio icuuiullou."
All Act to enfureu fho rluht of cltiyciiM nr tin.
Uulttl Ktutos to voto Iii thu several btulcs uf
this Union, uud for other purposes!
"HKurioN 1. Jit It enacUd b!l the Unmll nml
J louse nj Jtrimientatliet nf the UiilUtl btalet if
. . ..'"i,... u.tfny.iu, iuui uu i-iu.ens
oi iuu uuiicii niutes, who aie, or slum bu other
wlio iiunlllled by Uw lu voio ut uuy eieciiou by
I', c'ty. parish, tuwnshlp, schuol district, tuuul
ciimllly ur other territorial sub-dlvlslou, shsll
be eutlllud uud ul lowed lu vote ut all such ih-c
tlous, without distinction ol lace, color, or prev
ious condition of servitude j uny Constitution,
law, custom, usaiso, or leuulatlou ofiiuyHiutoor
Territory, or by. or under Its uuthorlly, lu the
"auciioH li And be it Jurlut enacted, That If
by or miller llio authority of tlio Constitution or
laws of nny Slate, or tho laws of niirTerrllorv,
nny net Is or shall bo required to bo dono ns a
i.rerequlsltn or qunllilcatlon ror votln r, nnd bv
suchConstltulloiiorlnw,porsonsor oilli"irs are
or shnll bo chimed wllh.lho perfoinisnco of
duties in furnishing to citizens nn opportunity
to perform such prerequisite, pr to become qua
intd to vote, It shall ho Iho duty of every "lie li
piirsoniind olllcer to give to nil citizens of llio
tlnliwl States, Iho snnto niul equal oiutortunlty
to rieTfoiiii such prerequisite, nnd to become
qualltlcd m voto without distinction of raco
color, or previous condition of 'servitude) nnd If
nny such person or olllcer shall reluso or know
ingly mull to nlvofull eli'ect to this section, ho
shall, lor overs" such onence, forfeit nnd pay tho
sum of llvo hundred dollars to tno person ag
grieved thereby, lo bo recoveied by an action on
Vuocise, with lull costs nnd such allowance for
..r..V-t ..Mm in.urL kin 1 deem lust, aud
shall also, for every such ollenco, be deemed
Kiillly of ii inlsdcmeiinor.nnd slulton eonvlc
turn (hereof, bo lined not less than llvo hundred
dollars, or bo Imprisoned not less than ono
month and not inoro than ono year, or bolh, ut
Ihodlscrctlon of tho court."
Afurlher supplement to Iho net rolnllna to
elections In this Commonwenltht
"Skition 10. Hint so much of every net of As
sembly ns provides thnl only whlto fieenieii
shall tio entitled to voto or tio registered as yot-
is, or ns claiming wi voio m, nuy ii
neclal election of ihU Commonwealth, bo nnd
it iu i.mn i.- rminnii-ii , nml iiim icreaiier
all n-eeiucn, without distinction of color, shall
bo enioiieu nuu regincieu iu-uiiiiiii.K . .-. i-i",
vislonsof tho llrst section of tho net approved
seventeenth April, inn, entitled "An Act fill
titer supplemciital lo tho act relatlnglo tho elec-
wlso qunllileil under existing laws, be entitled
in viilu ntall iieucrnl nnd special elections lu this
fiit.nit nn. lor mv litinil. nt mvotllce. In lllnoms-
burg, tills vtlidny of September, In tho year of
our Lrfinlono thuusnud cigiil nunurcti niuii.cv-
cnls. nnd 111 llio lliuciswiiiii j-ear m mu muu-
pCUlieUCOO. lllO U.H..S. o. ui.
Shcrliror Columbia counts-,
lllnouisburg, l'o. Septombor 0, lhTO,
ei nnn M'lt.l. nr! PATn TO ANY rEUSON
prmluclng n l'reparatlon showing half ns many
living gcnulno porniancnt cures ns Dii.fiti.eii,s
V KU1-.1A1II.IU l.llRU.ift.m i.".l. - . -V ,T
tlllo prescript lonof Prof. JOS. 1'. l-'lTM'-H, M. U.,
ono of Philadelphia's oldest regular l'hvslclnns,
who hasmndo llhcumntlsmn specialty 37 s'enrs.
perinnncnlly curing Willi mis iiemouy uj in
every llio p-iilcnts Treated; so warranted under
oath, from lleglstered eases, n result unparauei
n.i Wtun titiiiianttt. Meillcliie. freo frniiilnlnr-
loiis Drugs (sworn vouchers from llenowued
Prominent Physicians Indorsing Dr. l-'ltlcr nc
..imimiiir n-ii.h finlttel. Tn orntect suITorers from
risk, n legal gunrantoo suiting number of bottles
warranted to Curo will bo forwarded without
charso to any person sending by letter a full,
irntuiui uescripiiou oi c-isu. m c-isu ui iniu io
to cure, tho amount paid will bo rcMnited. l'rlco
SlJper hot lio ; 0 bottles, S7.W. Medical advice
io.it.l.i. lottf.ri.mtls. Address Hit. l'lThEIt.
OlHcoNo. itu Houth KOU11TH Street. Phllidel
nhl.i. or No. 701 IlItOADWAY, N. Y. hold or
obtained by druggists.
OW TO CUKE CONSUMPTION.
OUM AT Mi:ICiNI24. will peonlo never learn
in tinnw tlmf. a illwpnspd liver fUlil htntiincli HCC-
rssarlly tUscnso tho entire system? Tho plainest
Principles of common Reno tench this, ami yet
there nro hnnilretls who rldlculo tho Wen, nml
contlnuo In tho conrfio which almost Inevitably
brines them prematurely to tno Rrnvp. living
ance, with tho laws of unturo, it must bo appar
ent to all that, sooner or later, naturo will 10
vongo herself, llcnco wo hud that persons who
rfostlblo food or intoxicating drinks, invariably
pay n heavy penalty In tho end, Tno stomach
becomes disordered nud refuses to net; tho liver
fails to perform Its iunctions. dyspepsia and lis
aiienuaui ovu-s iouow, nnu sun mu suuenng in
dividuals persist In clinging to thn t horonehly cx
nloded Ideas of thn oast. l)r. SG1IKNUIC8 mod-
leines nre recommended to all such. They bring
sum and certain relict wherever they are used
as directed, nnd all that Is necessary to establish
their rcniiintlnii with every nlllmr man or wo
man In the land Is n fair nnd impartial trial of
mem. i,et those who arosuepucai on una point,
aud who havo permitted Interested persons to
prejudice them ogaiust theso now celebrated
remeuH's mr uonsnmniuin, iiisciiui inuii- iuvju
dices, ami be governed by tlio principles oi ro.i
son and common sense. If tho system Is disor
dered depend upon It, In nino cases out ot ten
tho beat or tho uisorder will bo found lu tho
stomach nnd liver. Toclcnnso nnd lnvlgorato :
tho stomachnud tobtlmuUto tholler to healthy
SCHENCK'H MANDllAKn TILLS. Tho dally
lucieaslng demand for these pills is tho best evi- ,
denco of their value. Thousands unon thousands i
of boxeti am sohl d.illy. Why? blmply becnuso
they nut nromntlv nnd ellleleutly. Invalids wiio
may not Uud It convenient lo call on Doctor
8CIIj;;;cJC lu peisou nio lulormcd that full nnd
coiupieiu oireciious ior usu nicompuuy cacu
iiviiii.jvivi. i'ui', 1'Uii.uurtiu ri uur
ANl)Ki:AWi:i:t)T()Nld These medicines will
cure consumption unless thu lumis uro so lar
gone iuul iuu imiieut is entirely ueyoua iuu
leiioh of medical relief.
it may be asued by thoso who nro not ramniar
wan ino viriuesoi ineso irrcaL remeuies. "now
do lir. bCIilJNUK'H medicines ciluct their won
d it fill elites of eonsiiHintloii?"
Tho answer is a slmnlo one. Thev bee In their
work of restoration by bringing tiro stomach
liver and bowels Into an nctlvo henlthy condi
tion. It Is food that cures this formidable dls-
ease. HUIIKNC'Iv'H MANDUAKK 11LLS net on
i no liver nnd stomach, promoting secretion, nuu
renmt Im? tho lnln ntul sll inn which hnvo resuU-
ed from tho Inactive or torpid condition of theso
uruaiiN, unu oi ino sysicm generally. iiussiHg'
him u imulu in iim iinii v. nnu iuu ritiisciiuuiiL ui"
cuuiulatlou of tho unhealthy substance named
iirevent thonronci digestion ot lood. nnd. us u
liHiunu consequence, cmiies tuseiise, wmwi
suits In nroslratlnnnnd llnally lu death.
MMIKXtllC'S TUI.MUNIO Hi'ltUl1 and SKA
WKICD T0N10, when taken regularly, minglQ
with tho lood, nid tho digestive organs, make
good rich blood, nnd as iv natural eouseouenco.
glvolleshand strength to tho putlent. lct tho
lacttlty say what ltmav. this la tho only true
curo lor consumption. Lxp:rienco has proved it
beyond tho shadow of a tloabt, and thousands
nru to-day nllvo uud welMvno a lew years since
wero regarded ns hopeless caes, but who wero
luuucou toiry iJr. rajur;:siivn remtuies, uuu
were restored to ncriniinnnL health by thefruse
Oneof the llrst steps thu physician should tako
wilhaconsumpllvo patient Is lo lnvlgorato tho
nybiem, now liuw lb uns io uu uuuur tciiamiy
not bv L'ivintr medicines that exhaust uud euer-
vnte medicines tlmt Imnalr Instead of lmnrove
the functions of tho digestive organs. Doctor
hUHKIsCK'S medicines cleanse tho stomach nnd
bowels of all substances which nio ca leu luted to
Irrltato or weaken them. They create an appe
tite uromoto healthful dlirestlon mako nood
blood, nnd, ns ft consequence, they lnvlgorato
una strengthen inoeuiiru system, uud more is
peclatly thoso parts which are diseased. If this
cauuot bo done, tlicn tho case must bo regarded
as a horii'lcKs one.
If tlio physician limit It Impossible to mako ft
I'Aiinrci' rr.Eij luinum, ii iu uibenseu jvyrbon
cannot pari a bo of good nourishing lood nnd
properly digest It, It Is Impossible that ho can
untu in llesh nnd strength: nnd It Is enually Im
possible to bring a patient to this condition so
long us me liver is uuruenea wnn uiseaseu uuo,
und the stomach laden with unhealthy slime.
Almost the llrst lenuest mado to the nhvNlctnii
by u consumptive putlent Is that ho will pi o
scrlbe medicines that will remove or allay tho
cough, night sweats and chills, which uie tho
sum ullenduuts on consumption. Hut this
should uot bu done, as thocough isonly nn effort
ot nature to relievo itself, nnd tho night sweats
unu cuius uro cuuscu uy me uiseaseu lungs. The
remedies ordinarily prescribed do moro harm
than good. They Impair the functions oftho
vouiucn. imneuu ucaiiuy ingestion, unu nggra1
vuto rather than curo tho disease.
Thero Is. ufLer all. iiothtmr likn Tntt with
which to substantiate a position, nud It Is upon
iacUthatUr.rSCHKNCK lUles. Nearly all who
havo taken his medlclno lu accordance with his
directions havo notonly been cured of consump
tion, but. from tho iact that thesa medicines net
wllh wouderful power npon tho digestive organs
iiatleuts thus cuied speedily gain flesh. Cleans-
or ail liniiurllles, they lay the
a Solid. MlliKtfintlnt i.triiftnr...
Itestorlug these organs to health, they create nn
atlliellto. The ffMMl Is nrniierU'fiuRlti.llntf.,1. tlw,
nti limn v fir i,i,riv..t :;,i.; i. r.v."'..'i :
condition of the system ull dlseaso must bu bun-
..uu ...it linn BituiJil llllll IU 1I1U 1UCU Ul K11CI1 11
j-uii directions nc-compnny encliof the luedl-
.T . ','"- , ..""uieiy iieceantiry iiiiil
putleiits should seo Dr. BCHHNCK personally,
uuliss they desire to hnvo their lungscxninlned.
f or this pur.oso he is ut his principal olllco, Hu,
IS NoitliMlxtli Ht., turner ol Commerce, l'ldla.
ilelnlila, every halurday, from UA. JI. until I
1 . M.
Advlco Is given without charge, but for ft
thorough exiimlnuttou Willi tho Itetplrometer
tho chin go Is jj.
l'rlco uf tlio l'ulmonlo Byrnp and Beaweed
1 oiilo each, SI.Co per bottle, or Will u h.ilf doicn.
Jluiidrako 1'ills IS etuis u box, l'or sale by ull
Tho undersigned would hcrobv glvo notice
Unit ho has lust completed A 1'IUlT CI,.Ki
lIllAllHlC.iind that he hiisil,ohicllltlesrnrcairy
Ing oulliu buslucss of UNDUIlTAKINd luall
IN 01 TV HTYIilJ.
Ho has engaged oxr-crlenrcd persons who will
tatio etuirgo uf the Imdles of Ihedeceiihed nssiHiu
ns they "shulllu of this mortal coll," nnd attend
to washing them, shaving, dressing, Ac, Blirouds
furnished nlso In order. At much expenso ho
bus ulso procured uu
I It ON IOE 1I0X,
111 which bodies taiil.0 preservisl lunclcnnly
uud dry condition, furrlngcs fiimlslieil for lu.
iierul iicciislous. iu slioil, he Is prepared In lake
charge of it corpse Immediately alter denlh, ami
save Irlentlsuudrelatlvcsullfuitlu-r trouble lu
regard lo it,
lie nlso carries on the business of
0 A. n 1 N H T MAKING
I'pliolsleringlu ull Its brniKlus. repairing furnl
lure, resiutfng tune bottomed iluilrs, Ao., ic
l'lucu of busluess ou Jrou btreet, below Main.
X)xyxGrpd&a 8c Notions.
-TKW STOCK OP OIjOTIIINQ.
Trcsli nrrlvnl of
lnvllcn attention to hit stock of
nt his store on
Maln8trcot,twndnni'.i above tho American House
whole ho has Just received from New York and
riitl.-ulclplila a full assortment of
MUN AND 1I0Y8' CLOTIIINO,
Including tho most rashlunablo, durable, nnd
I0X, HACK, HOCO, UU.r, AND Olti-OhOTII
of nil sorts, sizes and colors, lio has nlso replen
ished his already largo stock of
rAl.fj AND WINTKH SHAWI.1?,
BTKIl'KD, I-'iaUUED. AND 1'hAIN VIWTH
, sinitTM, crtAVATs, stockm, cor.hAiw'
SUSl'KNUEIIfl, AND r'ANCY AUTICLES
llu nas constantly on liaud n largo and well-sc-
ect ed assortment of
CLOTHS AND VliSTINOH,
which ho Is prepared In mako to order Into nuy
ktudof clothing, on very short notice, nud In tho
best manner. All his clotlilng Is made to wear,
uud most of It Is of homo manufacture.
aOhD WATCHES AND JEWShKY.
old rcrj" description, flno nnd cheap. His ensool
Jewelry Is notsurpassodihi Ihlsjplacc. Call nud
examine hlsgcncral nssortmen of
CI.OTI 1 1 NO, WATC1 W, JEW F.1.HV , AC.
Q C. M A It It
havojustrecclvetl fiom tho eastern markets a
laii;ouiht well selecteil htoel; of
1) 11 Y GOODS,
t!est hlencheil A
All wool ilanncN,
A wood htock of
LnOIes ilress goods,
I.alest styles a patteru'.
Bpices of all kinds,
Good stock groceries,
Wood t willow ware,
Flour & Chop,
Also Kitchen Crystal Soap for cleaning Tin
nrnss(&c. All goods sold cheap for cash or pro
lio would call tho attention of buyers to his
woll nnd carefully selected assortment which
comprise everything usually kept In tho coun
try, feeling confident that ho can sell them
goods nt such prices ns will emuro satisfaction.
JJov, 5,'C9-tf C. C. MARK.
thi: ItED I.IOK mtAND,
2 Ii A C 12 A It r A O jJ
sunorlor to nil oihers In color, nnntltv mid
price; to bo toundonlyut"
JI. P. LUTZ'S
Dealer In Drv Clouds nnd Notions. In llrmvrt-'ft
uuiv blllldlliu next to tho Court llnusc. Mtilu
Olicci. iiiuoniNutiii;, i ii, II'UIJ 1J .u-ll.
f ItcilU AttlilVAl, Ol'
Tno subscriber has lust returned lrom tho clllos
witu anotlicr larse autl select assortment of
rAMi AlJU WINTIIU (lOOlid,
purchased lu New York nml l'lilhulolphlaat Ihc
owost Usui e, and which ho Is determined to soil
on as moderate terms us can bo procured else
whero In Iltoomsburg. Ills stock comprises
liAUIES' IIUIWS GOODS
of tho choicest styles nnd latest fashions, together
with n largo Assortment of Dry tlouds nud Urn-
cedes, consisting or tho following nrllcl.-n
Uueenswnre, . Hardware
Hoots nud ShoCj,
Huts nud Cups
AND NOTIONB Gli.V ltALLY.
In snort, everything usually kcit In rountrr
stores, to which no Invites the ntleution of the
punuc generally. The highest price will be paid
ior country prouueo lu exchaugo for goods.
B. II. JIILLEllitSON.
Arcade llulldlugs, Bloomsburg, I'a.
Is the Hkst Liniment in the Would
r O It HOItHKH.
FinST. It is composed of tho most rowEiii-ur,
aUil l'UNETIIATlNnllnttlilii l.-. I f..i... .."
Beco.ni. Comblued with tho nbovo Is a Miml
ciNAr. oil, inoilo expressly for this I.lnlincnt
I and tillTf.il liv fin ntitlrAlv ; ul'
Tiiiuu. Thoiisonrthe nou-crui and ,'tnietratina
I Inprmllnnta latr, .rva.l r,.rn. ... .i7.f
Vii-.,... . '"."
and compels It to loosen Its deathly, sickeului?
I aud notsouous fanes. fa
1-ouiitii, This Medicinal Oil Is need for Iho
samo leason that it good mecluinlonlivJiis uset
oil to make his niachlnpt-v wnrtr .vtti,
preolsiou. Bo In tho hnmo way iho muscles und
Joints of our nnluiuls should bo lulnlcated If we
w Uh to havo them travel with rapidity mid ease.
l' li'TH.-lt ls very soothing In its action, will
not burn or blister thu iintuml llko most of tho
"rid hot" liniments of (he day.
Hixrit, Not one drop ol nurture, of cayenno
or red pepper can bo found in Its composition :
for wo hold lhatuo liniment can bo clli-ctlvo
which bums and bllsleistho nnlmal until the
muscles nio hard nnd dried almost to n crlsn.
NKVBNTH.-Kvery bottle Iswaiiuanti- ii tu glvo
good satisfaction, or your money will be reliind.
ed. "ihls shows conclusively thnttho proprle
tors havo lull couildeuco In lhls preparallon.
and prnves lor the seventh tune that O. H.B.B.
Is thu het.t T.tlillneiit hi tin, u-,.rl.l r.,r iw...:.. ' '
0 J-;)o;i iiHoui juur Mtrvhantto lutlm tiff tine,
lure of Jlid rcjxr unit Jlmltlmm.ur vtlur Iraxh
on voii, but ojkjurO.j:. KN.hr Jturtei, uiutlake
no other. Bold by nil drugulsls.
1). O. tAltl!V .M-tl t4,,tf.li...-tA(n.u
"0-lyJ J7J WiishlUBtuiiBlreet, Now Yoi'k,
iniVif. l.'!.'i,n"'!"?! w!""u Hioctfully nuuounce
lo Ihu publlo Ibut he has opened a
1'IltST-CLAHB CONFUCTlONKllY BTOUK,
In tliebulliiluu lately ocenplol by Vux Si Webb
where ho Is pieparedto furnish ull kinds ol
VLAIN 4 KANOY CANDIES,
t'onuiaN'o; domi-stio Knurl's,
NUTB, JWIS1NH, 40., SC AO,
ny wholesale ok uktajl.
In short. full assortment of all goods in
bis Hue of business, A great variety of
DOIiIiH, TOYH, &c
suitable for the HoMdiys, l'artlculiir attention
DKKA U AND OAK KB,
of all kinds, fresh every day,
A tall Is solicited, and satisfaction will b
Nov. 22. 1687. ECIC1IAHT JAC0I1B.
JgUY TIIK 15 EST.
gEVEN KEASONS WHY
Dry Goodo 8c Grocorios.
I HAND Ol'JJNINa
KAI.ti AND WINTKIl (I00DH,
I'AI.Ij AND WINTHK (lOODM,
FAI.li ANI) WINTUIl OOODH,
KAIJi AND WINTKIl UOODH
PALIj AND WINTKIl OOODB,
HATH AND OAlfl,
HATH AND DAI'S,
HATH AND CAPS,
HATH AND 0A1-B,
HATH AND CAPS,
HOOTS ANI) HH0E3,
llOOIH AND HIIOFX
HOOTtl AND HIIOI-X,
1100TH AND HHOKX,
1I001U AND BHOEB,
I'A I NTS
OltAIN AND BF.UDH,
OltAIN ANI) BEIIDH,
OltAIN AND BKKDH,
OltAIN AND BEKDH,
OHAIN AND SEEDS,
Northwest comer ot Main and Market Streets,
lorthwest corner of Main and Market Htreots.
Northwest corucrof Mainund Market Streets,
Noilhwcst coruer of Main niul Market Streets.
Norttiwcst corner of Main und Market Streets.
1UON AND NA1II,
IKON AND NAILH,
IRON AND HA11M,
IitON AND NAILH,
IKON AND NAILS,
In largo qunntltlca and at reduced rates, nlway
rPHE SUI5SCI11BEU I1EHEBY
X gives notlco that he still continues tho
WHEELER'S PATENT RAILWAY
CHAIN HOUSE POWERS,
and Is niralii In tlio field for iho Harvest of 1871
and Is prepared to lurnKh Farmers with tho
moil renauio .midlines ottered to the public.
I aiMi build I)OUHLi:-OEAIlED JACKS, to at
tach to thu rod of n four.hnrso Iver l'ower.ti
ultnch my Thrcsliers to. 'three horses will do
mo uIlleltlnoll.lloI inrcsniugwith thisarrange-
vi.,, iijui iuui iviii wuu uuy oiuer iiircsucr.
.I..'!mnl!'0 Agent io tell WHEELT.TVS COM
111NED THItLSiiEll and W1NNOWE11S.
For further particulars or for tho purpose
ordeilug machines, address
J. M. lIULSIIIZEIt,
Light Street, Col. Co.,
THE HYPERION HAIR
ItTlCLE KOll THE
This Curler Is the most
prriect Invention ever or
leretl to tho public. It is
easily opera ted.neat In ap
pearance nnd will not lu-
luro tho hair, ns there la
no heat required, nor any
mctalllcsubstuuco used to
rust or break tho hair.
Manufactured only and
ior feaio uy
MCMILLAN 4 CO.
No C3 North Front Blroct,
Bold nt Dry Goods, Trimmings and Notion
N. D. Single Itox 23 cents; 3 Hoxcs. assorted
slses. W cts. Mailed Jrce to any part of tlio unlt-
v. mum., upuit leccipi ui ino iiiuuey.
H narclajrSt., N.r. or 38 IV. m St.. (Inrisnsll.O.
l.DX w,nnt,,no,Inosfpopiiiir nnd lst selling
lubscrlptlon books rubllshod. and themoif life
jraltjTKu. Bend for circulars. Thcywllloostyon
uothlug.and may boof great benefit to you,
gHARPLESS & HARJIAN,
KAOLl! K0UNDHV AND MANUVACTU1HNQ BIIOP,
STOVIiS A FLOWS WHOLESALE 4 ItETAIL
THE CELEllHATKD MONTItOSB IRON UltAM AN
THE HDTTON WOODEN 1IKAM I'LOWB.
Caslllurs nnd Flro llrlck for renulrlnt. pit v Htnveu
All klndJ of linos or Iron casting mado to order
utiuu uiiiiri. uuiicu.
II. F. BHAUI'LIWS A 1'. 8. IIAUMAN.
lllnouisburg, l'a, Proprietors
IiLUN & NEEDLES,
IJBOUTlt DKLAWAIIK AVUNUK, l'JIILADELl'lll
ESTA1ILI&HED IN WIS.
Con Untie tho lnaiinfucturu of their old stnudard
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIMI
lloth of which urusnld at Low 1'uicrs, highly
remunerative to thu Faiisieu uu Dkalkii,
SEND yOIt L'IKCULAIt.
NO. 1 PERUVIAN QUANO,
(Oeuulne aovo-ument from Cliluoua aud Ouuu
l'uro Calcined, nnd Ijind Plaster. Ilydraullo Ce
ineut. Caudles, aud u full assorlineut ot IIuiin
inu and UitifAsiNU unuut lowest ruarkctrutea,
A DISCOUNT TO DICALEIW.
Bliould tbo dealer near you, not keep our arti
cles, send your orders to us uud they will receive
For Mule by the llloomsburg Iron Co,
rpUE NEW HAKDWAllP fvrrT,.?
JL ni: plus ULTitA. 8r0UK.
iiiiyiutj ciiiiirgou our Htore Uoom .. , .
OPENED A NEW nttnm?. M Jnst
directly from tho Mninifacluror. Z1 '.
cash, ou n declining markot,w o afiV0'"" lor
r,m.r tlin.fitnf.(n I'fPPalre.l t'
, lA1.' ,?IKC?'ANICS, llUILDEn,
irlsing nil tho kinds and mi.trnJ!1.'10. cfiio.
n n city Hard Wnro Btor0?iniV. ?,iu."A.Hy s.m
3f the county, nt untunallV low V,;f.. ' irsnu
All thoso -wlifinrn,lotn..:..xr ''"Ms.
n our lino can save Money bv'K.'SiM'S Sood.
oy riariiwaro store. ' '"smut p.;
l'lcnsn tvlvn it n fialt am.i . . "
11UN VAN t vaii J.,f.e,
nitv ;.. ..""".noonr
JACOtl K. HlIITll,
gMITII & SELTZER,
Importers nnd Dealers lu Fords,, and Uo
11 A R D W A R K
UUNB, 0 U T L E II Y, c
IL C. SLOAN A BROTHER
Havo nn hand nnd for snlnnt ti,nn.nu
Ill,, enleu n. anlfliill,l otfvlr nr '00a-
nnd overy description of Wagons bolh
l'LAIN AND FANCY
warranted to bo mado of lite hunt ...t ...
nble mntcrinls, nnd by tho most exi.crl(na
llshment will bo found to boof tho hlcliSt?!
nnd suro to givo perfect satisfaction. The-r lm.
ntvf. f. fltif. fii.nt-t,i.fnt rf .mjiiilie
b l e i a n 8
of nil tho newest nnd most incidnnnt.i. .1.1..
woll nud carefully made aud ottlio ben mjjJJ
An Inspection of their work u neir,,i ..
believed thnt none superior cun liefuuna In its
.. rf . m, utf-ll.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
I'lluy Freeman, rresldeut, H. C. Fricraau.Sn
casu cnpiiat over ts,guo,,all paid.
r. II. RORISON.PLOOMSBUHQ.l'A
For Luicrno, In coming and t'olnraU-i
Wyoming ih.oij I
SprlugflcM ... 67V.M
Farmers' Dauvlllo 5',i I
Albany City 101
Lancaster City - ao,
York 1 lorso, Death 4 Theft... . I
Homo, New Haven !M'I
Dauvlllo, llorso Theft
FIIEAH lll'.OWN, tfifiil,
mar8,C9-ly, Hloomsbcro, P
11EST. 1'UItEST, AND CHEAPEST!
For Whiteness. Durabllity.and Drllllnu-iH I
cy. IL lias uu equni. , , ,i.
Sold by all dealers in l'aluts throughout J
BARKER, MOORE & MEIX,
T. M0HI1IS I'EIIOT A CO.
Solo Proprietors, Philadelphia, I'm
Diulcrs luall kinds of
DUUOS, OILS, I'AINTP, GLASS,
DVESTUFFS, AC, AC.
CAUTION.-Owlng to the TOpii nrlty ol
our "First National White Und,'' otter
parties have been induced tootlira ip"
rlousnrtlcloULder the samo name. Wire-
fore llowaro of counterieus. i s-
Ino Is put up In LXlra heavy tla ualiill
pots, wllh patent metallic wire haiidlAJ;
unu tuo uauio oi
BARKER, MOORE & MEIN,
On each label,
For sale by
TnAltMEItai EXAMINE AND Bltt'
...... niinsTnATE JJl'l
THE tflllST HAW i.u. -
All others aro imitation.
B A U G II ' S
mincjPiTATE OF WJIt
This irmiure Is mndo of liaw ;;0lKll I
liiiuufi. ricn ill iiit'Kciiuv.- v-,:kfilioBlllle, J
Oil of Vitriol, presenting tho lio Krinjiii I
n highly solulile and uulckly av nl;,?0lnio'1
prompt nud vigorous action tilHUlliO"1,
Whl-ro llaugh's Phosphate Sf 0U"Viwi"l
ire that It will maintain Its well Wjnw ,
tlon. wort quest nil iu nucuu.
give this nrllclo a trial,
B A u a II & SONS,
0EfICK-No iO B. Delaware Avcuuc,
PAI LA DELPHI A.
: ,t nun n
portance. Written from a 1 u, 'n IS t VlO ' 1
worUlug out lilafcublloiinJ (d"VimlVialr!l
iiuiuini. x-uru-ininu;i, Vi.,s1i1iiinicu'u:AJ
7; iVnlTlu sucllttiaV'-.ifiJ
not to mlni.terto aprurleut curlosl 1. ( .ulij
fcol Jleuenerattono-Jthe ''"''"SffiJ'of " 5l
enlisting the Interest aud syi'U u-1 oi
philanthropists, and this ,"rrV'llu,,tl
wlllcontriiiuioioiiittieiiu - cbnt"",ri
It has readers. A circular sent frj' .ori -itll
a full description aud sy.nVvT l'ublUW'vl
liberal oxIriCcU. U ),'i?i0 pW.
U?nt they keen aijU.e'llerent
coal nnd selected lump, coal '"'jt 'lCelvyi
ses, on their wharf, adjoining .'fflflo
fv.i fiirittif.x. iifith a cood pair ul ' -, ,trl
on Iho wharf, to weigh coal, - llW,vfr c'l
Likewise a horse and wns0"- irorcl'lM f21
lliosa who desire It. As llwy .JSviui' S'"l
amount of coul.they Intentl "J'1,ppJicm. Jl
tide, and sell at the vary loJor, t.nrcW1
can aim exuiuiuB ior i:NDEl,'V
lug elsewhere, lil ns TjlAbO1''
rpilE undorBlgnciI will M0,on$
chatiBB for Coal and 1 r""CoVn, OaHi.ffi
named urtlcles i-Wlieat, . 11) i amO
toes. Lard. llum.Blioulder.aud siue .sl"
Eggs, Day A0.,utthe UlBi i vy ; rJ,
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