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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
AGRICULTURAL & DOMESTIC.
To ainllo Cider.
Pick ull tlio tipples, rejecting tlrwo
not Bound, wash them clean, nntl nficr.
wards let them lio and got dry. Grind
nnd press them, using no water or straw,
or nny substance- that will glvo tho eld
er an unpleasant taslo, na on tho purity
nnd cleanliness of tho npplre depends
tho quality of tho cider. Strain tho
julco through woolon or other closo bag,
put Intoclcan barrels, and sot In a mod
erately cool placo, keeping tho barrel
full all tho tlrao, so that tho Impurities
may work off nt tho bung. After It
lm3 dono fermenting, carefully rack It
off, let It stand a few days, and bung It
up. As tho nlr tends to sour tho cider,
It U n good plan to provldo a bent tin
tube, ono end fastened In tho bung nnd
tho other to drop down Into a bucket of
water. This will lot nil the gas off, nnd
not lot tho nlr got to tho elder. Tho
quicker tho pomaco Is pressed after Do
ing ground, tho lighter will tho color
be, nnd darker If not pressed for twenty-four
hours after being ground. Tho
elder from tho second and third press
ing will bo tho richest Tho revcrso is
tho case In making wine, ns n sovcro
pressure on tho must makes sour wlnu
Cider making should be conducted with,
nil tho enro that wlno mnklng is.
Moat nny good sour npplo will make
cider, but moro generally an npplo full
of Juice, and not very good to eat, will
nmko tho best. Tho Virginia crab per
haps excels all others for cider making.
"Whon bottled up with n llttlo rock-
candy, nnd wired, It will, nfter stand
ing eoino time, sparklo liko champagne,
To get cider very strong, cxposo it in
n tub in extremely cold weather, nnd
removo tho lco that forms. As this can
bo only water, it leaves tho elder that
remains of additional strength.
Any substance- put In to arrest tho
fermentation Is of doubtful value, as all
good cider must bo perfectly fermented
to bo healthy. You had b ettcr depend
rather on careful nnd clean making,
nnd bottlo tightly at tho proper time.
iiorscs should bo watered from n
brook, pond or river, nnd not wells or
springs, as tho well water is harder nnd
colder whllo tho running stream Is soft
nnd rather warm. Tho prcferenco of
horses 13 for soft, oven though it bo
muddy water, to that which is hard.
Horses should bo allowed in summer
time nt least four waterings a day ; and
n half bucketful at n time, and In win
ter n pailful may bo allowed morning
and evening, which is sufficient to as
suage their thirst without causing them
to bloat or pufT up. Caro should bo
taken that tho liorso is not put to work
immediately after drinking n bucket of
water, especially if required to go fast,
becnuso digestion and sovcro exertion
can never goon together, and moreover
purging is apt to ensuo. In soino cases,
broken wind or heaves nro thu3 produc
ed. Avoid giving warm or tepid water
to horses that aro often driven from
homo, becauso cold Or well water will
then perhaps bo given them, which will
bo liablo to product) a congcstlvo chill.
followed by lung fover, nnd in somo
cases colic, whon horses aro thus cP
tercd, if any of them should refuse
their accustomed food, something la
wrong and they should not' bo taken
out of tho stable to work or bo driven
further that day ; but an examination
should bo made as to tho cause, witlt a
view to its remedy.
Mr. O. S. Willy gives in The Uorli
( ull trist tho following advice to keep
tho American Golden Russet applo.and
it will of course answer tor any other.
It is still timely informntlon for this
season: "Of first importnnco to every
family nnd orchardlst is a good lato-
keeping apple. A cellar well stored
With them, in prima condition, has n
mlno of wealth, nnd a sourco of real
pleasure which few ever reach. "Wo
always knew tho American Golden
Russet to bojust this treasure, but nov
er fully realized it as I havo tho present
summer. Up to July 1st, they wore in
our market, as firm, crisp and tender,
"sound to tho core," ns tho autumn bo
foro when gathered. It teas a feast
good to look upon, but ono seldom pre
sented ; for, as I know, a large majority
uso up their best late-keepers long bo
foro they aro In their prime. Tho Gold
en Itusset Is really not nt to cat till
May nnd June. But "how to keep it,
mlno all rot." Pick carefully by hand
each applo as (almost) so many eggs ;
placo in a now oak npplo barrel ; fill full
to the level : pres3 In tho head : leave
In somo cool shady placo till cold weath
er; then placo in tho cellar, free from
frost, but ns cool ns posslblo without
freezing,- nnd tho next June, any ono
so doing, can havo ns good nn npplo ns
wns ever eaten, and far moro pleasant
and hcalthiul than tho too many early
nnd half-matured apples of our fruit
stands. Try it, and thero Is nono bet
tcr." When to Prune Apple Trees.
A correspondent of tho Watertown,
N. Y. Times says : "It lias long been
tho practice among farmers to com
mence pruning applo trees in February,
mainly, I supposo, becauso thero is Ids
uro then. Thero nro reasons why this
should not bo dono. Thero will not bo
sufliclent action in tho tree to harden
tho surface wlicro a limb lias been taken
off beforo tho sap ascends in tho spring.
When this notion does take place, tho
sap Hows out nnd spreads over tho sur
rounding bark, and by somo chemical
action which takes placo it Is changed
to n poisonous fluid which greatly In
jures tho treo. Trim your fruit trees In
August, nnd I will guarantee you will
havo no black-hearted trees."
Raibin Cake. Beat ono cup of sug
ar nnd ono cup of butter together, add
six well-beaten eggs, ono cup milk or
cream, with half a teaspoon of soda in
It, also a tenspoonfull of cream tnrlnrln
tho Hour. Add flour sufliclent for
pound-cako batter about threo cups
full. Havo ready half n pound of ston
ed raisins, flour them and stir them In
tho last thing beforo baking. Tills
amount will make two medium loaves.
Pumpkin-Pie. Stow tho pumpkin
as long as posslblo, until tho Julco Is nil
dried up ; strain through a cullende.',
end add milk and cream to a proper
consistency sweeten with half sugar
and half molasses; ndd a llttlo ginger;
eggs nro useless; flour makes them
pasly, nnd stewing them nnd straining
tho Julco and throwing it away takes
off nil tho sweetest pnrt of tho pumi- j
Kin. umnantoten Telegraph.
THE YOUNG FOLKS.
The 3Iii.sIc1.ihh ol' ltrcincii.
A certain man had n Donkey, which
hnd served him faithfully for many
long years, but whoso strength wns so
far gonothatnt last It was qulto unfit
for work. So his uinstcr wns thinking
how much bo could tnako of tho skin,
but thoDoukoy perceiving that no good
wind wns blowlug, run nwny along tho
road to Bremen. "There," thought he,
"I can bo town musician.'' When ho
hnd run somo way, ho found a Hound
lying by tho road-sldo, ynwulng llko
ono who was very tired. "What aro
you yawning for now, you big fellow?"
asked tho Ass.
"Ah," replied tho Hound, "becauso
every day I grow older and weaker ;
cannot go any moro to tho hunt, nnd
my master has well-nigh beaten lno to
death, so that I took to flight ; and now
I do not know how to earn my bread."
"Well I do you know," said tho Ass,
"I om going to Bremen, to bo lown-mu-slclan
thero; supposo you go with mo
and tako n sharo In tho music. I will
play on tho lute, nnd you shall boat tho
kettle-drums." Tho Dog was satisfied,
and off they set.
Presently thoy caino to a Cat, sitting
In tho mlddlo of tho path, with n faco
llko threo rainy days! "Now then, old
shaver, what has crossed you ?" nsked
"How can ono bo merry when ono's
neck has been pinched llko mlno ?" an
swered tho Cat. "Becauso T am grow
ing old, and my teeth nro all worn to
stumps, nnd becauso I would rather nit
by tho uro nnd spin, than run nfter
mice, my mistress wanted to drown
me ; and so I ran nwny. But now good
advlco is dear, nnd I do not know what
"Go with us to Bremen. You under
stand nocturnal mu3ic, so you can bo
town musician." Tho Cat consented,
nnd wont with them- Tho threo vaga
bonds soon camo near a Farm-yard,
where, upon tho barn-door, tho Cock
was sitting crowing with all his might.
"You crow through marrow and bono,"
said tho Ass," what do you do that for?"
"This is tho way I prophesy flno
weather," said tho Cock ; "but, becauso
grand guests aro coming for tho Sun
day, tho housowlfo has no pity, and has
told tho cookmaid to raako mo into
soup for tho morrow ; and this evening
my head will bo cut off. Now I am
crowing with a full throat ns long ns I
"Ah, but you, Ited-comb," replied
tiio Ass, "rather como away with us.
Wo aro going to Bremen, to find thero
something bettor than death ; you have
a good voice, nnd if wo mnko music to
gether it will havo full play."
Tho Cock consented to this plan, and
so nil four travelled on together. Thoy
could not, however, leach Bremen in
ono day, nnd nt evening they camo in
to a forest, where they meant to pass
tho night. Tho Ass nnd tho Dog laid
themselves down under a largo tree,
tho Cat and tho Cock climcd up into
tho branches, but tho latter flow right
to tho top, where ho was most safe. Be
foro ho went to sleep ho looked all
round the four quarters, and soon
thought bo saw a little spark In tho
distanco ; so, calling his companions,
ho said thoy wero not far from a house,
for J10 saw a light. Tito Ass said, "If it
Is so, we had better get up and go furth
er; for tho pasturago hero is very bad ;"
nnd tho Dog continued, "Yes, indeed I
n couple of bones with somo meat on
would also bo very acceptablol" So
they mado hasto towards tko spot
whero tho light was, nnd which shown
now brighter and brighter, until they
camo to a well-lighted robber's cotlago.
Tho Ass, ns tho biggest, went to tho
window nnd peeped in. "What do you
see, Gray-horso?" asked tho Cock.
"What do I seo?" replied tho Ass; "n
tablo laid out with savoury meats and
drinks, with robbers sitting around en
"Thnt wero tho light sort of thing for
us," said tho Cock.
"Yes, yes, I wish wo wero there," re
plied tho Abs. Then theso animals
took counsel together how they should
c ontrl vo to drive away tho robbers, nnd
nt last they thought of a way. The Ass
places his foio feet upon tho window
ledgo, tho Hound got on his bnck, tho
Cat climbed up upon tho Dog, and last
ly tho Cock flow up and perched upon
tho head of the Cat. When this was.
accomplished, nt a given slgnnl thoy
commenced together to perform their
music: tho Ass brayed, tho Dog barked,
tho Cat mowed, and tho Cook crow;
and thoy made such a tremendous nolso
and so loud, that tho panes of tho win
dow wero shivered I Terrified nt theso
unearthly sounds, tho robbers got up
with great preclpltation.thlnklng noth
ing less than that somo spirits had como
and fled off Into tho forest. Tho four
companions immediately sat down at
tho table, and quickly ate up nil that
was left, as if tlioy had been fasting for
As soon as tho four players had fin
ished, they extinguished tho light, and
each sought for himself a sleeping place,
accordinir to his naturo nnd custom.
Tho Ass Inld himself down upon somo
b 1 raw, tno iiounu ijeninu tno door, the
Cat upon tho hearth, near tho warm
ashes, and tho Cock flew up upon n
beam which ran across tho room.
Weary with their long walk, thoy soon
went to sleep.
At midnight, tho robbers perceived
from their retreat that no light was
burning in their house, nnd nil appear
ed quiet ; so tho captain said, "Wo need
not to have been frightened into fits;"
nnd, calling ono of tho band, ho sent
him forwnrd to reconnoitre. Tho mess
enwr, finding all still, went Into tho
kitchen to strike n light, nnd, tnklng
tho glistening fiery eyes of tho Cat for
livo coals, ho held a luclfcr-match to
them, expecting It to toko llro. But
the Cat, not understanding tho oko,
flew In his face, spitting nnd scratching
which dreadfully frightoned him, so
thnt ho made for tho bnck door; but
tho Doir. who laid thero. unranir ui and
bit his log j nnd ns he limped upon tho
straw wncro 1110 ass was Btretcticu out,
It gave him n powerful kick with Its
hind foot. This was not all, for tho
ixick, uwn-cing nt 1110 noiso.Tiappeu ids
winL'ft. nnil crlf il from fin lir-nm f!nilr.
n-dooUle-doo. cock-a-doodlo-don 1"
Tiio'i tho robber ran back ns well ns
ho could to his captain, and said, "Ah,
my master, thero dwells n horrlhlo
witch In tho houso, who spat on mo
nnd scratched my nice with her long
nails ; nnd then beforo the door stands
n man with u knife, who chopped at my
leg ; and in tho ynrd thero lies a black
monster, who bent mo with a great
wooden club: and besides all, upon the
roof sits a Judgo, who called out, 'Bring
the ktiavo up. dot' so I ran away as
fust as I could."
After tills tho robbers dared not
again go near their houso ; but every
ujjug irosj)ureu so wen who wo lour
town musicians of Bremen, that they
did not forsake their Hltimflnn I And
there tliev nrn In thla ilnv. fur anulhlnn
1--. l I
The Kidneys nro twulu number, situate J nt
tlio upper part of tho loin, surrounded by fat,
nnd consisting of three part, l V tho Anterior,
the Interior, mid tho Exterior.
Tho anterior nbiorlw, Interior consists of tis
sues or vein, which servo ns a deposit for tho
urlno nnd convey It lo the exterior. Tho exter
ior Is n conductor nlso, terminating 111 n slnglo
tube, nnd called tho Ureter. Tho ureters nro
connected with the blnddor
The blnddor Is composed of various coverings
or tissues, divided Into parts, vis.: tho Upper
tho Lower, tho Nervous, nnd thoMncous. Tlio
upper expels, tho lower retnlns. Mnny hnvo n
deslro to urlnnto without tho ability; others
urluuto without tho ability to retain. This fre
quently occurs In children.
To cure theso affections, wo must bring Into
nctlon tho muscles, which nro engaged in their
various functions': If they nro neglected, Qravel
or Dropsy mny ensue.
Tho render must nlso be made aware, that
however slight mny bo the attack, It Is sure to
affect tho bodily health and mental powers, na
our flesh and blood nro supported from theso
Gout, on Rheumatism. Pain occurring In tho
loins Is lndlcatlvo of tho above diseases. They
occur In persons dtsposod to acid stomach and
Tub OnAVBr. Tho gravel ensues from nog
loct or Improper treatment of tho kldnoys
Theso organs being weak, the water Is not ex
pelled from the bladder, but allowed to romaln
It becomes feverish, and sediment forms. It Is
from this deposit that thestonols formed, nnd
rjiiorsY Is a collection of water In somo parts
of the body, and boars different names, nccord'
Ing to tho parts affected, viz,: when generally
diffused over tho body, It Is called Anasarca ,
when of tho abdomen, Asoltes; when of tho
Treatment. Ilelmbold's highly concentrated
compound Extract Buchu Is decidedly one of
the best remedies for d'--ascs of the bladder
kidneys, gravel, dropsical swellings, rueuma
tlsm, and gonty affections. Under this head wo
have arranged Dysurln, or difficulty and pain in
passing water, Scanty Secretion, or smalt and
frequent discharges of water; Strangury, or
stopping of water; Ilomaturla, or bloody urine
Qout and Rheumatism of tho kidneys, without
any change in quantity, but increase In color.or
dark wator. It was always highly recommend'
cd by tho late Dr. Fiiyslck, in theso affections.
This medicine increases tho power of diges
tion, and cxclles ths cb o bents Into healthy
exercise by which tho watery or calcareous dep
ositions, and all unnatural enlargements, as
well as pain and Inflammation nro reduced, and
it is taken by men, women, and children. Di
rections for nso and diet accompany.
I'jiiLADEU'niA, Pa., Feb. 25, 1887,
II, T. IIelmbold, Druggist:
Dear Sm-I have been n Bnffercr, for upward
of twenty years, with gravel, bladder, and kid
ney affections, during which tlmo I have used
various medicinal preparations, and becH under
tho treatment of tho most eminent Fhyslclans
experiencing but llttlo relief.
Having seen your preparations extensively
advertised, I consulted with my family physl-
clan In regard to using your Extract Buchu.
I did this becauso I had used all kinds of ad
vertised remedies, nnd had found them worth
less, nnd, some quite Injurious ; In fact, I despnlr
ed of ever getting well, and determined to uso
no remedies hereafter unless I know of tho In
gredients. It was this that prompted mo to nse
your remedy. As you advertised that It was
composed of buchu, cabebs, and Juniper berries,
It occurred to mo and my physician as au excel
lent co mblnatlon, and, with his advice, after an
examination of thoarllcle, and consulting again
with tho druggist, I concluded to try It. I com
menced Its uso about eight months ngo.atwhlch
tlmo I wns confined to my room. From tho first
bottle I was nstonlshcd and gratincd nt the ben
eficial effec. and after using It three weeks, was
able to walk out, I felt much like writing you
a full statement of my case at that time, but
thought my Improvement mlghtonly be tern-,
porary, and Ihercloro concluded to defor and seo
If It would effect a perfect cure, knowing then It
would bo of greater value to you and more sat
isfactory to me. .
lam now able to report that a euro Is effected
after uslnj the remedy for five months.
I have not used any now for throe months,
and feel as well In all respects as I ever did.
Your Buchu being devoid of any unpleasant
taste and odor, a nice tonic and lnvlgorator ot
tho system, I do not mean to be without It when
ever occasion may require Its nse In such affec
Should any doubt Mr. McCormlck's statement,
he refers to the following genUemen:
Hon. W. Biousgjev-dovernor, Pcnnsyl
vanla, - . '
lion. Tu&s. B. Fiohenck, ThUadelphla.
lion. J, C. Knox, Judge, Philadelphia.
lion. J, S. Black, Judge, Philadelphia,
lion, D. It. Pobtxk. ex-Oovernor, Pennsyl
Hon. Hu.18 Lewis, Judge, Philadelphia,
lion. It C rjniKii, Judgo, United Stated Court
Hon, a. W. Voodwauo, Judgo, Philadelphia.
Hon. W.A, Pohtkb, City Solicitor, Philadel
phia, Hon John lliOLKit.cx.aovernor, California.
Hon. K. Bancs Auditor General, Washing
ton, D. C.
And many others. If ecessary.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere,
llewaro of counterfeits. Ask for Helmbold'u
Take uo other, 1'uice-$1.25 per bottle, or 0 bot
tles for tO.CO. Delivered to any address. De
scribe symptoms In all communications.
Address II. T, HEI.MBOLD, Drug and Chemi
cal Warehouse, 691 Broadway, If. Y.
NONE ABB GENUINE
UNLESS DONE UP IN
STEEL - ENGIt AVED WHAPFER,
with fao-slmUe of my Chemical Warehouse, and
If, T. IIELMBOLD.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA, A.
WESTERN UAl I.HOAD.-Suromer arrange
mont, April 11,1870, Tinlns leave ns follows)
Via M. A K. Dlvls.!
,rj New York. ILv
ifaiot Harriott it.)
vln On. tttl. of N.J.
itjot Liberty nt)
Factory vllle ........
Trains do not stop at Stations where the Tlmo
At Now Hampton with Central 11. 11. of N. J.
Tho Mall and Express trains eastward and west
ward connect with trains for New York, Eliza
beth, Plain Held , bomervllle nnd other stations.
At Washington with Morris & Ksscx It. IU
Mall nnil KxiireRs trains make close nnd rcltablo
connections with trains for New York. Newark,
I. ....... II'.L.Im lln.lrn.l.lnian
At Manuu'ka Chunk with ifclvldero Dclawaro
It. It. Closo connections nro mado by Mull nnd
express iroins, wiui inw.js jor i-iiiisueipuin,
Trenton, Phllllpsbmg, Bolv'dere, Ac. liy Train
No. 2, passengers lerch l'hllndclphla via Cnm
den, by No. 4, via Kensington. Passengers on
No. 4, arrivo In Philadelphia In time to take tho
ll..to.n. m. train for llalllmnrennd Washlncto 1.
At Scranton with Lackawanna A lllooinsburg
& Delaware & Hudson ltatl lloads. Trains on
theso roads connect with our trains for l'lttston,
wuues-jiarie, jtcrwica, iiioomsouig, uauvinu.
A.nl.I.nl.l n.,.l , ..uiinlnln
At Uiuglianitou wlt.i Erie ltatlway. Hall No.
I connects with Expresb Mall on Erloltallwa,
leaving atK.4i p.m. with a sleeping coach
uioneu, arriving at xiunaio rt o.zu uuxi iiiuruiuK,
Express No. 3 connects 5vlth a way train fu,
Oweno. Ithnca. nnd Klmlrn.
A lbany a Susquehanna ltalllload. Four trains
nday run each way between ltluguamton and
Aiuuny. une leaves i;iuguamiou ui z.wp. m,
and arrives at Albanvut 9.U0 n. m.
Hvracusn. ltluelmmtou A N. Y. H. It. Trains
for HyracuKO leave at 7 a. m. and 0.25 p.m. Trains
irum nymcuKB arrive at r. mi.uiiu o.wii, iu.
It. A. IIKNIIY. W. F. HALLSTEAD.
Uen'l Puss, and Tkt, Agent. HupU
On and after Juno 12th 1870, Trains wljl
leave Suniiury as follows :
5.33 a.m., Daily to Willlamsporl, for Elmlra
Canaudalgua, Uochester, Buffalo, Suspension
liriuge, Buun, rails.
3.10 r. M., Daily.fexcept Sundays) for Elmlrn nno
Buffalo via Erie Tlallway from Elmlrn,
IMS J. M., uauy, (except ounuaysj lor Williams
port. TRAINS SOUTHWARD.
11.45 A.M. Dally (except Monday's) for Baltimore
WILMINGTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
11.25 P.M. Dally (except Sunday'sJforBaltlmort
wasuingiou ana rnuaueipma.
General Passenger Agent.
Alfred It. Kisee, Uen'l Supt.,
1S70. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 1870,
Passenger Trains on this r oad will run as fol
Dep. 8.15 n.m
Arr, 6.50 p. m.
" 10.10 "
" 10.80 "
" 10.12 '
" 11.47 "
" 12.23 p.m.
K. Matlouy June. 11
Dlne.Tamaqua. Dlno. 11
1 Reading. "
' Philadelphia. "
'dlno jvinucii cnuuk. dine"
' rhila. via Bethlehem, "
' Easton, "
New York, It. Liberty st
via I & 8. 11.1. !l
" 10.40 a. IE.
" 11.30 '
' L. Valley 11. 11.
Passcnaers taktrc tho 8.15 train from Wllllnm,
snort, will have twohoursln New Y'ork.lor sun
)er, uuu urrivu in ijn&ion nt D.au a.m.. Cloven
mur- in advance or an other routes
New (lav couches nccomnanv nil trnlns be
tween WHUnmsport, lew York and l'hlladel-
trains run mrougu uy uayugni.
GEO. WEBB, Supt,
Monday, Beit, 6th, 1870.
Great Trunk Line from the North and North
west for Phlladelnhla.New York. Reaalnir. PotU'
vllle, Tamaqua, Ashland, Shamokln Lebanon
Alleulown, Easton, Ephrata, Lltlz, Lancaster
1 rums leave iiurrisuun? ioriew lorit. as 101'
lows: At 0,35, 8,10 and 8,50 a. in., and
2.50 p. m.. connecting with similar trulns on
reuna. uauroaa, anu umviug at new xoric at
12.10. noon. 3.00. and 10.00 u. m. respectively.
bleeping cars accompany the 5,35 a, m. trains
Returning : Leave New York nt 9,00 a,m. and
12.00 noon and 6,00 p. m. Philadelphia at MS
u. 111, uuu 3.1)1 p. ui. oitwmuu curs uceuiupnuy
uie o,w p.m., trains irom . 1 wuuout change
Leave narrl&burg lor Reading, Pottsvllie, 'iu,
maaua. Minersvllle. Ashland. Shamokln At
lentown and Phlla'd. at 8,10 a.m., and 2,50 nnd
4,10 p.m., stopping at Lebanon and piluclpal way
stations: the j.lOom. train connecting ."or Phll'u
PotUvllle and Columbia only. For Poltsvltle
Schuylkill Haven and Auburn, via Schuylkill
uuu ousqueuuuuu uuuruuu, leave iiarrisuurg m
East Pennsyl vanla Railroad trains leave Rend
ing lor Alleulown, Easton nnd New York at 7.23
10.30, 10.15 a. in., and 4.15 p. m. lteturiili g, leave
Dew xoruut u.w u, in., is.w uoouunuo.iAi p. jr
and Alleutown nt 7.20 a.m. 12.25 uooj, 4.20 and
Wiiv Passentrer Train leaves Phtladclnhln a,
7,30 u.m., connecting with similar train on Eaai
ru. raiiruuu returning ltoiu iteuuingut uup. i.i.
stopping at all stations.
Leuve Pottsvllle at 6.40aud 0.00 a.m..nnd 2.50 u.ni.
llerndon nt lu.uo a. m bhumokln ut 6.40and 11,15
a. in., Asuianu at 7,00 a.111. anu l-V'JU noon Mai),
linoy City ut 7.51 a. m. und 1.17 u. m. Tninuaua al
8.33 a. m and 2,20 p. ln.for Philadelphia and
lave Pottsvllle via Schuvlklll and Susauo.
hanru Railroad at b.15 a.m. lor liarrlsburg, uud
12.05 noon, for I'inu Urove uud TreniDuL
lteadlng Accommodation Train leaves Potts
vllle ut 6.10 a. in., passes Reading at 7,30 a. m.. ur
rivlng nt Philadelphia at 10.20 a. m. Returning!
leaves i-uuaueipuiu ut a,ia p. m., passing iicuu
log at 8.00 p.m,, arriving at Pottsvllle alV.I0p.m
Pottstown Accommodation Trutmleaved Putts-
town at 0,25 a.m.,, returning, leaves Pnlladelphtf
at 4,00 p.m.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at
7,20 a.m., and 0-15 p.m. lor Ephralu, Lltlz, Lancas
ter, IjUIUlUUItt, OLVt.
Perklomen llall Road Trains leave Perktomei
Junction at 7.10 0.05 a. in.. 3.00 ft 0.83 r. in. return
tut:: leave Schwenksvllle atO.SO, 8.10 a.m., 12.50
noon a 4.40 p.m., connecting with similar train
v., ikcuutujc tuiiirouu,
Colebioukdale Railroad trains leavePottstow
at 9.40 a. m and 0.20 p. m., returning leave Mount
i-ieusuutai T.uuuml 11.25 a. in., connecting will
similar Union on Reading ltatl roud.
CLCblcr Vulley Railroad Trains leave Btidue,
port at 8,80 a.m. and 2.05 uud 6.02 p. m. returuluk.
'HUB UUHUIUilUU Ut V.M a 111., 12,U uuuu uuu
u.w 11. in., cuiu'cctiug v.1111 siuiuur truius UI
On Suudtu's. leave New York at 6.00 n.m.. l'uli
phlaut 1,00 u.m.u.id 3,15 p.m., (the 8,00 a.111, trait.
at 5.35 a. 111. and 4.10 p. 111, and
leave Alleutown at 7.25a, m. aud8.45 p. in.,ond
Reading nt7.15 a. 10. and 10.00 n. m. for Hums,
lo ig, al 7.23a, m, for New York, at 4.45 p. m, lor
AHCU.OW11, aud ut U.10 a. m, uud 4.25 p. m
Coiniiiututlou, Mlltage, Season, School uud
image, riiason. rcnooi uuu
10 and from all points, ut re.
Baggage ihcckcd through; 100 jiounds nllowe.
O. A. NICOLI.
Reading, P11., Scpl, 10 1870.
LACK AW AM NA AND IiLOOM
Uu uud niter July 6, 1670, l'assenger Tialnswlll
UU UM 1UIIUWHJ
Uolng North. aolug.South.
Arrive Arrive Leave Leave
p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m.
..... 11.40 li'.U H.m 7,20
8.11 11.42 3.6U 7.48
.... 7.45 11.10 4.13 tUli
... IJtU 1UM 4.UI h.'.'l
.... V.IU 6.17 tiM
..... (I.U5 K'M 5.15 ll.SJ
6.28 11.21 11.18 10.17
...... i.U 7.13 CCS 10.45
Leave Leuve Arrive Arrive
4.U 0.40 7.1a n.ai
Connection made utKcruutou bv the 10.40a.m.
tralu for lireat liend, lilnshamton, Albany and
ull points North, East aud West.
JJllOWN'S FAST FiiEiana'
JItOM rillLADEI.l IIIA TO IlLCOWHllUllU
and Intermediate points. Goods forwarded Willi
care und Utsimlch uuu at low rates.
Uoods, at Philadelphia, must be delivered al
miner & (Jo's. HI Market Strict, For lull par
llcuhus, apply to
' ' JACO ECHUYLER. l'roprlelor,
Aug. 0,'C0-tr.. R. Depot, lllboiukburg.l'a
XIttly exeoaua at thli Office
fi.n.nnn wir.i, lira PAtn to any rr.nsnN
producing n I'rcparntlou showing half its ninny
lVlllg genuine perumnciii emus us ju, r 11 j.kk.m
L'KnKTAIlI.K ItllKtTMATIO IlKMRnV. The solen.
title proscription of l'rof. JOS. 1'. Fill, Ml, M. D
ono of l'lillndclphla's oldest regular l'livslclnns,
who hnsmnilo llhcnmntlsmnspeclnlty 3T yours,
permanently curing with this Itemedv 95 In
every loo patients Ti entail so wnrrnntcd under
oath, from lteglstcred cases, n result unparallel
ed. His a pleasant Medicine, freo from Injur-
nis Druss (sworn voucners irom iienowucu
'romlnont Physicians Indorsing Dr. Fltlor no
nmnanv rneli bottle). To nrotect sulferers from
risk, n legal guarantee slating number of bottles
warrnniea iu i;uro win uh iiiiwiiiiiih, wiiimmii.
chart fnnm nnrsnti sendlllizbv loiter n full.
truthful description of case. In caso of failure
tfl cure, tho amount paid will be refunded, l'rlco
J1.50pcr bottlo: 0 bottles, S7.50. Medical ndvleo
sent by letter gratis. Addrcsi 1)11. l'lTLllIt,
OlllcoNo. !JO South FOUIITII Mroet,riilldel
phla, or No. 701 MtOADWAY, J. Y. Hold or
obtained by druggists.
OW TO OUItE CONSUMPTION.
Tim riiiLosoriiY op im. Bunnxcics
GHKA.T MKUICINES. Will peonlo never learn
toknowtlmtft tltKcnsed liver niiil fitnmneh nee
essnrlly disease tho entlro system? 1 ho plainest
Vrlnclplcs of common nenso teach this, ami yet
thero aro hundicds who ridicule tho idea, and
continue In the course which nlmost Inevitably
brings them prematurely to tho grave. Llvlni;
na the majority or people do, nt completo varl
nnco, with tho laws of nature. It must be appar
ent to all that, sooner or later, naturo will re
veille herself. Itenee wo find that persons who
lnuiuire 10 excess in 1110 uso ui very tich orinui-
i;csttblo food or intoxicating urlnKs. invariably
iav n envv nenanv iu inecnu. 1110 Ftniimcu
lecomes disordered and refuses to actt tho liver
falls lo perform Its functions. dyspepI:i and IU
attendant evils follow, aud still tho sutlerlnc 111-
d Ivlduals persist In clinging to I hot hoioniihli'ux-
plodcd Ideas of the past.
icmeH aro recommended to all Bucn. Tiic.v bring
Bine nnd certain relief whci over they nromed
as mretieu. anu au mai is necessary 10 esuiuiisu
their reputation with every ailing man or wo
man in mo lauttis n lair anu impartial inai 01
them, Iet those who nte skeptical on this point,
und who havo permitted Interested persons to
prejudlco them against theso now celebrated
lemedles for Consumption, discard their preju
dices, and be KOcrncd by tho principles of rea
son nnd common sense. If the system is disor
dered depend upon It, In nine cases out or ten
the beat of the olsonter will bo found In tho
stomach and liver. Tocleanso and lnvlgorato
tho btomacU and tostlmulate the llvor to healthy
tJUUKMUK'S JiIANDIlAKK V1UMA. THO dally
Increasing demand for these pills Is tho best evl-
thelr value. Thousands uihiii thousands
of boxes are Bold dally.
they act promptly and efficiently. Invalids who
av not find It ronvi
UUU 11 c
convenient to call on Doctor
lu person are Informed that fall nnd
completo directions for uso accompany each
JIAMJUAKK rirXS. PULMONIC HYIiUP
ANU HlIAWEKDTONld Theso inedlcIneH will
euro consumption unless tho lungs are iso far
gone that the patient Is entirely beyond tho
it'.v;u ui lueuicnj rcnei.
Jt may bo asked by those who are not familiar
with the virtues of theso great remedies, 'i!ow
do Dr. hCIIKNCK'H medicines effect their won
derful cures of consumption V
Tho answer Is a slmplo ono, They begin their
work of restoration by bringing tho stomach
liver nnd bowels Into nn active healthy condi
tion, Itli food that cures thii formidable dis
ease. BCIIKNCK'H MANDUAKK TILLS act on
the liver and stomach, promoting secretion, and
removing tlio bile and fell mo which have result-
t no inactive or torptu condition or tucso
orcaus. and of tho svstem irenerallv. This slug
gish statu of tho body, nnd the consequent ac
cumulation of the unhealthy substances named
prevent tho proper digestion of food, aud. as a
natural cousequunce, creates disease, wnlcu re
hults in prostration nnd finally In death.
KUIIliNCK'S PULMONIC HUtUl' and REA
WKED TONIC, when taken regularly, mluglo
with tho food, aid tho digestive organs, make
good rich blood, nnd as a natural consequence,
Kivu nubii nnu hi re IJ gin 10 uiu I'micui, imii lhu
laculty say what Umav. this Is tho only truo
cure for consumption. Experience has proved It
beyond tho shadow of a doubt, nnd thousands
nroW-day alive and well whon fewycais blnco
weio legarded as liopeless cafes, but who wero
inuucea to try Dr. hUliKiNtu H remetues, anu
wero restored to permauent health by their uso
uiicoi i no nrsi bieps me puysiciuu hiiuuiu iiiku
wlthaconsumptlvo patient Is to Invigorate tho
iiotbvtdvlm inedlcIneH that exhaust and ener
vate medicines that impair Instead of improvo
tho functions of the digestive organs. Doctor
bCIIKNCK'iS medicines cleanse tho btomach nnd
bowels or nil Bubstances wnicn are caicuiateu 10
Irritate or weaken them. They create an nppo-
tite promote iieauniu; uigestion mauo gooti
blood, nnd. ns a conseouenee. they invittorate
and htrengtueu Iheeutiie system, und moiets
nceiallv llioso narts which nio diseased. If this
cannot bo done, then the ca&o must bo regarded
u 11 iiut;ie;'4 uuu.
ji me pnysician nnus n impossioieio maaon
I'ATIKM FKEii HUNOUY. if the diseased nerson
cannot par tako of good nourishing food aud
pioperly dIgcstU.lt is impossible that ho can
gain lu llcbh and btreugth; and It is equally lm-
liobbiuio touring 11 paueiu loiuis conunion so
long as tho liver Is burdened with diseased bile,
and the Btomach laden with unhealthy slime.
Almost tlm llrht rrciiCKt inndn to tlm nlivslrlnti
by n consumptive patient is that he wlllpro-
bcriuo ineuiciucH uiaiwiu removo or nuuyine
couah. nltrht sweats nnd chills, which nro the
sure nttendants on consumption. Ihtt this
bhuuld not be dnt?e,as the cough Is only an cllort
of nature torclloi'u Itself, nnd the night sweats
and chills aro caused by the diseased lungs. Tlio
remedies ordinarily prescribed do moro barm
thnu good. They impair the functions of tho
biomacn, nnpeue neauuy uigesuon, ana aggra
vate rather than euro the disease.
There is, after nil, nothing llko facts with
which to substantiate n position, nnd It Icupon
facts that Dr. bCHKNCK relies. Nearly all who
havo taken his medicine la nceordauce with his
directions have not only been cured of consump
tion, but. from tho fact that these medicines act
with wouderful power upon tho digestive organs
patients thus cured speedily culn llesn. Cleans
ing the system of all Impurities, they lay the
juuiiuuuuu iur it buiiu, miukihuiiui biructure,
it et, tori mr these organs to health, thev create nn
appetite. The food Is properly assimilated; the
quantity of blood Is not only Increased, but is
made rich and strong aud lu the faceol huchu
cuuuiuou ui tue sybiem an uisease inusi ue uan
lshcd. l'ull directions nceomnnnv each nf tho mn'I.
clues, so that it Is not aUoluIely neccshary that
patients should bee Dr. BCIIKNCK personally,
uulebs they desire to liavo their lungs examined.
For this purpose ho is at his principal olllce. No.
15 North bixiu Kt., corner ol Commeice, rlilla-
"cipuw, oeij nuiuruuy, iruui v jx, i. umu
Advlco Is given without chnree. but for
thorough examination with the Kebpiroinetcr
the charge is &.
l'rlco of tho mimonlc Syrup nnd Seaweed
Tonic each, tl.&u ier bottle, or $7.50 a half dozen.
Mandrake rills IScen tan box. For bale by ull
uiuggibm, npr lU-ijt
OMETIIINQ NEW I
Tlio undersigned would hercbv glvo notice
tlmt ho has lust completed A FIRST CLASS
HEARSE, and Hint ho fmstho facilities lorcnrry
Ing on tho business of UNDERTAKING luull
IN OITV STYLE.
Ho 1ms engaged experienced persons who will
take chnrgo ol tho bodies of the deceased as soon
as they "shuttle of this mortal coll," and attend
to washing them, shaving, dressing, dc. Shrouds
furnished also to order. At much expense he
IH. JMUIUIGU UU
IRON IOE BOX,
lu which bodies can bo preserved In n cleonly
and dry condition. Can luges furnished for fu
neral occasions. In short, hu Is piepared to take
chargo of a corpse Immediately after death, and
1 . 'co ui IIOUUIO 1U
rt'ioiru lo iu
lie ulso carries on tho business of
Upholstering in nil Its branches, repairing furni
ture, reseating cane bottomed rhalm.&c, iSc"
nt. ui uu.iuan uu jruu oireei, nemw laitl.
This Utlie most thorough blood purifier yet
discovered, and cures all humort from tho worbt
ftcroula to h common l.t-ujUion, J'tmptca nnd
JUokhet on theace, and icutu or toxtyh tkm, which
aro such nnnnylnic blemUhcs to many yonnix
perbons, yield to the use or a few boll leu or this
wonderful medicine. From one lo eiuht bottlcn
cure riult Jtheum, lnijulat, ticald Jeud, lima
Worm, Jloil, Acv .Vu'ion a the Min, hcroula
tiorct, Utcer undat.iKtr" in the Mouth and atom
ach, U Jg a pure medicinal extract of native
roots nnd plants, combining OtwtnuwitKaluro'K
most boveiclcu curatlvo properties, which (Jod
has Instilled Into the veacuble kingdom for
heullna theblck. It is a Br eat ubtorer for the
btrenatu and vigor of tho system. Those who
aro lamiuid. sleenless.havo ucrtoua annrc hens inn
or fears, or uny of the injection byuiptumatlo nf
wii uuu i-uuviiii;iuB fvjueuru 01 jih
restorative povtrupon trial. If you feel didL
drouty, debilitated and detjKmdtnt, have fiequetii
Jleaducfiettnouth tcuu badly In tho morulng, ir
rcffutar appetite and tunyut coated, you are butter
ing Ironj Qbrjrtd Liver or t,Jtittoiuncat." Jn mnuy
cases oJ "lAver CbwplainV only a part of ieso
u'iuiu w i'Jtwnemfu. Ain remeu v ior uu
kuch cubes, Vc. l'lerce's (i olden Medical UUcov
ry ban no equal at U etiects perrect cures, leav
ing the liver strttwtienid and healthy. For the
cuie of Habitual Coiibtlnatlon of the llowr-ld it.
In a ueer falling remedy, and thotowo have
"iu u iui nun iui Heo uiu juuu JU UH pruU0
lu Jironchiul. Throat und Imiui Uixcaiea.it ..as
produced many truly rtmarkuble cures, wheie
other luedlctnes hud fulled. Hold bv itrnt'irixta
at 11.00 per bottle, Tjcpured at tho Chemical
Lalxiratory vt It, Y i'JKUUK, M. U. f"
Dry Goods 8c Notions.
JEW STO0K OF WiOTIIINa.
Fresh arrival of
BUM MM It OOOIW,
Invites nttcutlou lo his stock of
CltKAP AND FAHHIONABLK CLOTIIINO.
Main Street, two doors nbovo tho American Home
where ho has Just received ftom Now York aud
Philadelphia a full assortment of
MEN AND BOVB' CLOTHING,
Including the most fashionable, durable, nnd
BOX, BACK, ROCa, UU.M, AND OIL-ULOTll
COATS AND PANTS,
of all sorts, sizes and colors. If o has nlso replen
ished his already largo slock of '
I'Al.L, AND WINTER SHAWLS,
STRIPED, FIGURED, AND PLAIN VISITS
SHIRTS, CRAVATS, STOCKS, COLLARS'
SUSPENDERS, AND I'ANCV ARTICLES
Ho nas constantly on hand n largo nnd well-so-ectod
CLOTHS AND VESTINOS,
which lie Is prepared lo mako to order Into any
kind of clothing, on very short notice, and In tho
best mnnucr. All his clothing Is made to wear,
and most of It 1 of home manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
olo cry description, flno nnd cheap. His casoot
jewelry is iiotsurpassed;lnthl3jplaoo. Call aud
examlno Ills general assortinen of
CLOTHING, WATCHES, JEWELIU , AC.
O. M A It It
liavojustrccelvcd from tho eastern market n
largo nnd well selected stock of 4
D It Y GOODS,
llest bleached &
All wool llanncls,
A good is tool: of
Ladles dress goods,
Latest styles ,i patterns,
Spitzes of all kinds,
Good block groceries,
Wood & willow ware,
Flour & Chop,
Also Kitchen Crystal Soap for cleaning Tin,
Brass, Ac. AU goods sold cheap for cash or pro
Ho would call tho attention of buyers lo his
well nnd carefully selected assortment which
comprises ovcrythiug usually kept In tho conn
try, Jt-ellu conltdeut that ho can sell them
goods at such prlcesas will ensure satisfaction.
Nov. 5,'GO-tf C. C. MAIIK.
UY THE BEST.
THE RED LION BRAND,
is superior to nil olhers.,ln color, qunllly nnd
JJtll-U i IU UU 1UU11U uiuy lib
M. 1'. LUTZ'S
Dealer In DryOoods nnd Notions. In Browei
now buildlug next to tho Court House stain
oireui, juoouifeuurg, ru, imayia ,o-ir.
FRESH ARRIVAL OK
Tne subscriber has lust roturned from tho clltca
witn another large and select assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
purchased In New York and Philadelphia nt the
owosi ugnro, anu which ho Is determined to sell
on as moderate terms ns can bo procured else
wuere in lllooinsburg. His stock comprlsos
LADIES' DREMS GOODS
of tho choicest styles and latest fashions, together
with a largo lassortment of Dry Goods and Gro
ceries, consisting of the followiugiii tides
Moots and Shoes,
Hats uud Caps
AND NOTIONS GEN RALLY.
In snort, everytbtng usually kept in country
stores, to which ue invites the attention of the
public generally. Tho highest prico will bo paid
ior couniry prouuee in exchange for goods.
S. II. MILLER 4 SON.
Arcade Ilnlldings, Bloomsburg, Pa.
gEVEN REASONS WHY
IS THE BIST LlKIMEKT IN TI1E WontD
F O It HORSES.
FinsT. It Is composed of tho most rowEnFui,
and 1'KNBTUATINO liquids known In Chemlstrr.
Heconu. Combined with the nlnive in a Him.
CINAL, On., made expressly for this Llulnieut.
und mixed hy un eutliely new process.
TlIIHI). Theusoor the pou'crulnnd penetrating
Ingredlcuts la to drive or lorco lu this benutilul
Meiiicinai, Oil, which lubricates the Joints aud
muscles, und Immediately throttles the disease.
and coin Dels
sit to loosen Its deathly, sickening
uud poisonous fuim
Fouitiii. Tills MmiiciNAi. Oil, la ned for the
MuiuiniKiu uiuiugoou inecnanionlwuyB uses
nlt-to mako IU innchluery work with euso and
nrectslon. ho in the same way tho muscles nnd
Jo nts or ournnlmals should be lubricated if wo
wish to have them travel with rapidity and ease.
I IKTit. It Is very soothing lu Its action, will
not burn or blister the nnlmul llko most of tho
"red hoflinliiiiutsor thuday.
Sixth, Not one drop ol tincture of cnyenno
or nil pepper can bo found In lis composition :
for wo hold that no liniment cnn bo eUectlvo
which burns and blisters tho nnlmnl until the
muscles nie bind uud dried almost to a crisp,
hKVENTit.-Every bottle Is wakuan teh to glvo
B'?0'1.i?:,!l'',",c"oui r jour inouey will Iw refund,
ed. This shows conclusively tlintthe propria,
tors have full eoutlduico In this piepuratlon.
aud proves lor tho sevtnlh timulhut O. K.B.B
Is I In. best Liniment lu Hie world for horses.
tirJJimrtnUam your Merchant to jkiIiii off 'Mm
turcuf Jiul J-ij.jitrnml JlarMwni.orollur truth
on tou,Lul ajkvr O. I.: H. X.or lionet, una take
no other. Hold by nil dingglsls.
." . "AltEY tt Ut., Holo Pioprletors.
scpt2'7l).lyj 172 WushlngtunSlieet, Now York.
Tne nndersignod would respectfuUy announce
to tho public, that he has opened a
FIRST-CLASS CONFECTIONERY STORK,
In the building lately occupied by Fux A Webb
whero he Is prepared to furnish all kinds ot
PLAIN 4 FANCY CANDIES,
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS,
NUTS, RAISINS, 40., 40., 40,
11Y WHOLESALE OB ItKTAII..
in snort, a mil assortment of all goods
Ills Hue of business, A great variety of
DOLLS, TOYS, 4o
aullableforthe Holidays. Particular atttnllou
BREAD AND OAKEB,
Of all kinds, fresh every day,
BUarulnte1edf0UCltel,, Ui BaXl,lKUon w "
Nov. a, 1887. liCKlIAUT JACOBS.
Dry Goods & Grocorios.
T (IRANI) OPENING
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WlNTHIl GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER UOODH,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATH AND CAPS,
HATH AND CA1U,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CA1H,
ROOTS AND SHOES,
HOOTS AND SHOES
HOOTS AND SHOES,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HEADY-MA 1)1! CI)'i'HINO
MCKT.LVY, NEAL A CO.'S,
McKHLVY, NEAL ft CO.'S,
Mt'KELVY, NEAL ft CO.'S.
McKELVY, NEAL ft CO.'S.
McKELVY, NEAL ft CO.'S.
Northwest corner ol Main nnd Market Street,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest comer of Main und Market Strcetn,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets.
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
In large qnanlltlcs nnd at reduced rates, alway
rpiIE SUBSCRIBER HEREBY
X gives notice that liottlll continues tho
E3HEE3 MANUFACTUUE OF
WHEELER'S PATENT RAILWAY
CHAIN HOUSE POWERS,
mill Im mrnln In Itm flr.1,1 fn t,n irn-..-( r ,o-n
nnd Is iireparcd to lutnish l'nrniers with the
iuu?iL leiiauiu Diucuiues oucicu lo the public
I nlso build T)fiTinr.i!-r3TTATirn tapcu
toch to the lod of u lour-borse Ier Power, to
attach my 'lhresheis to. 'three horses will do
uiu Mime uiuouuioi iiuesningwiih thlsarraugo
meut.that lour will villi any other thresher.
i,,IK.S!in.,.5?.,Al:t'ut ,0 w" WHEELER'S COM
BINED THRESHER nnd WINNOWERS.
For further particulars or for tho purposo o
ordering machines, nddrets
J. M. HULSIIIZER.
Light Street, Col. Co.,
rpiIE HYPERION HAIR
HTICLE FOR THE
lltotcntcd July Ort,lS07.)
This Curler is tho most
prrrect Invention ever o -feredto
tho public. It Is
cusu operated, uoal lu np'
nearance. and will not li
Juio the hair, as there Is
no heat required, nor nny
luetalliosubstauce used to
nisi or nreak tno nnir.
Manufactured only and
ior sum uy
MCMILLAN 4 CO.t
iX No C3 North Front Street,
Sold at Dry Goods, Trimmings and Notion
N. 11. SlnfFle TlnY ?S enta . ft Ttnrpa ncsnrlil
sir.es. tIS cts. ATuIlfdrrclouny fart of llieunlt
i-u nmien. upon receipt oi me money,
WtXl" StV JtT,0r3f? 4thSt., Clnclonstl, 0.
If they want tho most popularnnd best selling
mlMcrlpUon books publlhhed.nndthomojdiK
rraKmiu. Bendforclrculars. Theyvlllcostyou
nothing, and may bo of great benefit to you.
gHARPLESS & HARMAN,
EAC1LE EOUNDItV ASI MANuTAlTUltlNtl fcllOl',
STOVRS 4 PLOWS WHOLESALE A RETAIL
THE CELE11KATEU 110NTK03K IKON 1IEAM AND
THE 11UTTON WOOIIEH 1IUAM 1'I.OWS.
Castings and Flro Brick for repalringclty Stoves
All kinds of Hi ass or lion custlug luado to order
upon short notice.
II. F. HHAHPLKSS & I'. B. HARMAN,
Bloomsbmg, Pa, Pionrletuis
WSouth DBLAw.tiiii Avenue, 1'iiii.aiiei.I'Jua
ESTABLISHED IN 1813.
Cou llnuo I ho innnufacluio of their old standard
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
Both of which ore anld utLow Puicis, highly
remunerative to the Fahueu on Dbaleii.
SEND FOR CiUCULAlt.
NO. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO,
(Genuine Government from Chlucha and Guan
Pure Calcined, and Land Plaster. Hydraullo Ce.
luent.Cuudies, und a lull assortment ot Hum;.
1MJ awu GitEAUiNu Uit-ttut lowtst uatketrutui.
A DISCOUNT TO DEALERS.
Should tho dealer near you, not keep our arti
cles, send your orders to us uud they will reeelvo
For Hale by tho HloonisLurg Irou Co,
Hardwaro & Outlory.
r. i-i, un ULTRA.
! enlarged our Btoro Room ., .
from tlio Manufacturers tmi
n declining market, w irfSSfehr
ItMlSIW, MECHANICS, BUILDeks
! all tho kinds and ?uilt.1,,.,.?5S. com.
''.... lXn.Te Mtorr.. 'Hllable inn 'IJW
euuuiy, hi, uuusnaiiy low prices antl
no cnn vn m.imv i.,A"iF'l"ing nmri.
i,i.o..)u.. 'u,,aing hi i,
........... v - --.in.
JACOI1 iV, HMITII,
OMIT II A H Ti! t. m "' ""
Importers nnd Dealers lu Foreign and Do
II A II 1) W A R R
OUNB, CUTLERY, 4C
KO. 400 K. THH.D BTItRET, An, caiMwhi, .
M. C. SLOAN & BROTHER
Hnvo on hand and for sale at tho most reasonn.
bio rates a splendid stock of himouii.
und every description of Wagons lioth
PLAIN AND FANCY
wnrrnntcd to bo innilo nf tho iio&t n,,,i .....
nble materials, and by the most cxiitrkbiid
workmen. All work sent oflt from the tik.
llshment will bo found to lieofthe liljztiest JBS
nnd suroto glvo perfect sntlsf.ictlou. 1 hey iur.
of nil tho newest nnd most Inslilonntle strln
well und carefully made aud of the bcit muter.
An InsiHClton of their work l n.lr,,i . t..
believed that nono superior can be found lomi
Q. L O 11 E M U T UAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Pliny Freeman, President, H. C. Freeman, 8co
casn capital over S2,(X,(XA),all paid.
J. B. ROBISON, BLOOJISBUHO.PA
ForLuternc, Lycoming and Colombia
JNSURANOE AGEiNO Y.
North America 3iiO,(mJ
Farmers' Dauvlllo 590.M!
Albany City (J0.M
Lancaster City - 2CO.K0
York Horso, Death 4 Thelt...
Home, New Haven I,0,
Danville, Horso Then ...
FREAS UllOWN, Aiirnt,
mar8.63-ly. IIlooiisbueo, Pa
BEST, PUREST, AND CHEAPEST!
K AT I SKA nTTI! V fllTA 1CA NTEklll
For Whiteness, Durablllty.andBrlMau- rl
cy. It bus no equal. ,
Hold by all dealers In Paints tkrnnghout w
BARKER, MOORE & MEIN,
Bt'iniriJjniiH Trt '
T. MORRIS PEROT 4 CO.
Solo Proprietors, Philadelphia, l'a.,
Dialers lu all kinds of
DRUG H, OlI-S, PAINTS, ULAS.J,
livnsTUFis, AC,, AC
CAUTION.-Owing to tho 1)1""1K.ia
our "First Natioliul Wl'Uo l.cn.l," ether n
partleHhavo bienlnducid to offer a spo- I
rlousnrtlcloui.dcr tho same uaiuc. lwi"W
fore Hewnm of Cmintcrlclts. llie gtnn-A
lno Is put up In extia hiuy tin I
pots, with patent uictallle wlro lianulu,
and tho name of 1
BARKER, MOORE & MKIX, 1
On each label,
For sale by
MOYER UIIOTIILTA I
TARMERSI EXAMINE AND BUY
The Fiust RAW Bone Piioswiate SlAifl
All others aro Imitation.
B A U GH'S
HAW iw -m
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIMM
n.,.1- ,r. orUnturf'
.Ilia IKWIUfC: IILUD ,,l killltMIB
Bones, rich lu Nitrogenous matter." ' i'alen
Oil of Vitriol, presenting the Donel l o W
n Iiighly soluL o and quickly na,to"f0ii,nr
mo Ainmoniniiisucii pniiiun.".. tVcroi
nrmnnt nnd vlL-nrnns action UIiOU 1 tie 1 1 I , th ,
Whero llougli's Phosi.hato w"'ta,1i.,tloii
oast season, the Indications, without I
nro that it will nialntaln Its well "."".:,,, i,
Hon. We request ull lu need of a term"
Eivu iuis ui iieiu u linn. a
B A U G II & S O b(
Oekice-No VO S. Delaware Avenue,
portnucc. Written Irom a high m"Sl ,jh'B;1
ologlial standimlnt, by an emlneuM'jjjiJ
woUrkYnout liiVrubt.oV'i ?$fi&3S
grossivb. lno author haudlestho dellcaic rJj
treated at utthoul litorei. but 111 .U'?.,A.IlH
not to minis crto np.urieut curiosity. . ,nslij
fcul JleutniTattonoJthe Jtaee.U " hViof n ""J
enlisting tho Interest and ''VP u virile'11!
phllanthroplbts. und this hook, , f' !rortRi1
w 111 coutrlliuio to tnuv i-uu j" j- - cental'",.
It hos renders. A circular sent fr ? corii
u fu 11 dcscrlntlnn and eyiipjW" ' Pr.nhinlif't. I
l'1 6 College l'taccM
N Knde Sfe;
cJtticus of llloomiburirnud 1 "XrlolsW1'
thai lliey Beep in; me u'"c.'5Vi. smithln V. Y,
iiat they keen all the "''"'""uhing lTa
;oal aud selected lump coa fu' Wt'Iivyf Ml
n.. i,ul-ul.n.r .l nirnl SI Aeiyj, t..al,
Co'iFuruace: wlD'S. y,andjtr."
Likewise a liorso and wagon, to e'',J- W
those who desire IU As they puriu"
amount of coul.they intend t"k,et' ,c" J'l.
tlcle. und sell ut the very oJ tJro TLti
call aud exainluo for H30Vn?NUKl'ltir'
IngeUewhere. i'tftua WS
THE underslk'neil will Je,t$J
change for Cool und O'&VriVOaVJXS
nuiuod urllcles t-Wheat, R o, fflueat.ilu'V',
ts. Lnrd, Ham,Shoulder,a id sine i" ,tw
Fggs, Hay, 4o ut tno nigm" J"" , .;td,