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Tlio New License Law.
Tho following U n copy of tlio llccino bill
in reported by tlio confcrcnco committees of
the Scnnto and House ami adopted by both
branches of tlio Legislature:
An act to repeal an act to permit the voten rf thli
commonwealth to vols etery three years on tho
question ot truntln; licenses to tell Intojlcntlnj
Hiuorj anil to restrain and rciuUte the sale ot tho
Suction 1. Re it enacted, t('c, Tbnt tlio
net approved tho 27th day of March, A. i.
1872, entitled nil net to permit the
voters of thU commonwealth to vote every
three year on tho question of granting li
censes to sell Intoxicating liquors be and the
name Is hereby repealed.
Sr.o. 2. That licenses for sales of liquors,
where not othrw !sc provided for by special
lnw, may bo granted by tho court of quarter
sessions of tho proper county at the lust or
second session in each year, and shall be for
one year. Tho said court shall lis by rule
or standing order a tlmo nt which applica
tion for said licenses shall be heard, nt which
time all persons applying, or making objec
tions to applications for licenses, may bo
heard by evidence, petition, rcmonstranco or
counsel : Provided that for the present year
licenses as aforesaid may bo granted at the
third, or any earlier session of said court
Snc. 3. That nil hotels, inns and taverns
shall bo classified and rated according to the
last annual return of the mercantile apprais
er or asessor of the proper city or county, as
follows, to wit : All cases whero the classi
fication shall be $10,000 or more, shall con
stitute the first class and pay $700 ; where
the classification shall bo $8,000 and not
more than $10,000 the second class shall pay
$400 j whero the classification shall bo SO,
000 and not more than $8,000 the third cl.ns
and shall pay $200; where the classification
shall be $4,000 and not more than $G,000 the
fourth shall pay $100; where the classifica
tion shall be less than $4,000 the filth class
nnd shall pay $50 ; Provided, That no It
censo shall be less than $50 : And provided
further, That any person licensed the present
or any portion of a year shall pay a pro rata
share of tho license fee and the authority
granting tho license shall designate the class
ification for that year. And provided fur
ther, that no licenso for bottlers shall be less
Skc. 4. That any salo made ot vinous,
spiritous, malt or brewed liquors, or admix
ture thereof, contrary to the provisions of
this law, shall betaken to be a misdemeanor,
and upon conviction of the offense in the
court of quarter sessions of the peace of any
city or county, tho person so offending shall
be sentenced to pay a fine of not le3s than
$200 nor more than $500, with tho costs of
prosecution, and to stand convicted until the
senteneo of tlio court is complied with, not
exceeding ninety days, and upon a second or
any subsequent conviction tho party so of
fending shall pay afine not less than $500 nor
more than $1,000 and undergo imprisonment
in the county jail of not less than three
months nor more than one year, and if li
censed shall in lieu of imprisonment forfeit
his bond and said license and be incapacita
ted from receiving any license aforesaid for
the period of five years thereafter, and a':y
drug or apothecary store, confectionery or
mineral, or other fountain, who shall sell
any spiritous, vinous, malt or brewed liquors,
mixed or pure, to be used as a beverage,
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and
liable to the same conviction and punish
mcnt ns unlicensed offenders.
Sf.c. 5. That it shall be the duty of the
court, mayor, alderman or justice of the peace,
beforo whom any fine or penalty shall be re
covered, to nward said fine or penalties, as
wen as proceeds 01 all lorleitecl bonds to tlie
city or county treasurer, as the case may be.
Sec. 0. That tho constables of the respec
tive wards, boroughs and townships shall
make a return of retailers of liquors, and in
addition thereto it shall be the duty of every
such constable at each term of said court of
their respective counties to mako return on
oath or aflirmation whether within his
knowledge thero is any unlicensed place
within his bailiwick kept and maintained in
violation of this act, and it shall be the es
pecial duty of the judges of all of said courts
to see that this return is faithfully made, and
if any person shall make known in writing,
with his or her name subscribed thereto, to
such constable, the name or names of any
one who shall have violated this act, with
the names of the witnesses who can prove
the fact, it shall be his duty to make return
thereof on oath or aflirmation to tlio court,
be deemed guilty of tho crime of perjury,
and upon his willful failure to do so ho shall
and upon indictment and conviction shall be
subjected to its penalties.
Sec. 7. The husband, wife, parent, child,
guardian or any person who lias or may
hereafter have the habit of drinking intoxi
cating liquor to excess may give notice in
writing signed by him or her to any person
not to sell or deliver intoxicating liquor to
the person having such habit, if the person
so notified at any time within twelvemonths
nfter such notice, sells or delivers any such
liquor to the person having such habit, tho
person giving tho notice may in an action ot
tort recover of the person notified any sum
of not less than fifty nor more than five hun
dred dollars, as may be assessed by the court
or judge as damages. A married woman
may bring sucli action in her own name not
withstanding her coveture and all damages
recovered by her shall go to her separate use.
In case of the death of cither party tho ac
tion and tho right of action given by this
section shall survive to or against his cxecu
' tor or administrator without limit as to dura-
5 Sec. 8. No person or persons non-residents
of this commonwealth shall engage in
selling, trading or vending intoxicating li
quor and no hawker, peddler or traveling
agent shall cngago in selling for any person
or persons who aro non-residents, or in vend
ing, trading or contralllcking in any manner,
whatsoever lu Intoxicating liquors within
tho limits of tills commonwealth.
Sec 9. Any bond given by any person
under the provisions of this act may be can
celed after thirty days' notico in writing
shall have been given nnd received by tho
respective parties thereto: Provided, Tho
sureties to bo released from such, or any
bond, shall bear no risk pending thereon.
Iu the event of canceling any bond and the
releasing of the sureties the principal shall
provide acceptable substitutes if he desires to
continue the business, otherwise bis license
shall Immediately be revoked.
8 CO. 10. That no license to sell intoxicat
ing drinks shall hereafter bo granted to any
person until hu shall havo executed a bond
to the commonwealth in the penal sum of
$2,000, with two Buiricient sureties, to be ap
proved by tho court granting such license,
conditioned to pay all damages, which may
! recovered in any action which may be in
stituted against him under the provisions of
this act and all costs.fines and penalties which
may be Imposed upon him iu any Indict
ment for violating this act or any other law
of this commonwealth relating to soiling or
furnishing intoxicating drinks, and the said
bond eliall be filed in the office of the clerk
f the said court for the use and benefit of
All persons Interested therein.
Sue. 11. That It hall not be lawful for
nny person, with or without license, to sell
to nny person nny Intoxicating drink on nny
day 011 which elections nro now or hereafter
may bo required to bo held, nor on Sunday,
nor ntnny tlmo ton;mlnor orto n person visi
bly nlfected by Intoxicating drinks.
tiro 12. That nny llceuso heretofore
granted shall not bo Invalidated, nud that
nono of the provisions of this act shall bo
held to nut'iorlr.o tho manufacture or sale of
any Intoxicating liquors In nny city, county,
borough or township having special prohibi
A blacksmith Is n "horse Jeweler."
No idlo tale Tho cow's In ily time.
To remove dandruff Go out on the plains
anil insult an Indian.
Tho girls who tend tables nt Connecticut
fairs and sell kisses nt ten cents n kiss, won't
give you thrco for n quarter. Stingy I
A soft answer turucth nw.iy wrath, but wo
lose our patience with people who nro con
tinually asking soft questions.
A lady was tho defendant in a recent
breaeh-of-promlse case in London. The jury
gave her disappointed lover $20 damages.
Defers you see Yoscniltc grand,
You see mighty little to understand;
ltut when you aco Yosemito grand
You seem mighty little, understand.
A candidate for county clerk in Texas of
fered to register marriages for nothing. Ills
opponent, undismayed, promised to do tho
.line, and throw n candle in.
A younglady,lntend!ng to paint her check.
with rouge, put all tlio paint on her nose,
and did not discover her error until request
cd to sign "the pledge ?"
A western editor having waited in vam
for the coming of tho Russian Mcnnonites,
"Whero aro tho Mennonltcs?" and
echo iu the shape of jhis wifo repeated
the question thus: "Whero are all you men
o' nights V
A gentleman taking furnished apartments
told tho landlady, "I assuro you, ma am, I
never left a lodging but my landlady shed
tears," she answered, "I hopo it was not, glr
because you went away without paying."
A Heading bride recently made a wedding
trip all by hersclt the husband could not
get away from his business, and claiming
that according to time honored usage she
was entitled to the trip, she went it alone
An angry teacher was whipping n pupil,
and having prolonged tho cxerciso far be
yond tho bounds of moderation, the boy
looked np, and calmly said, "Corno, sir, you
must be tired, let's take a rest;" and he
wrested the whip from the teacher's hand.
A youngster, while warming bis hands
over the kitchen fire, was remonstrated with
by his father, who said, "Go 'way from the
stovo: the weather is not cold." Thdlittlo
fellow, looking up at his stern parent de
murcly replied, "I am't heating the weather ;
I'm warming mv hands."
"Did you report that I was a thief, sir?"
angrily inquired Snook the other day of one
of his neighbors. "No, I reported 'no such
thing. I only said that there were strong
suspicions against you, and that I believed
all the suspicions to be correct." "Ob, was
that all ?"
One of the hoys, the other day, sent a
young lady friend of his a cake of Lubin's
finest variety of toilette soap, with tho
request that she would draw no inference on
receiving such a gift. The next day tho
young man was somewhat astonished when
he received a letter from the young lady
containing the present of a fine-tooth comb,
with the request that he would draw, no in
"He died very suddenly," said one female
to another at the Post Office window in Dc
"And did he have his life insured?" ask'
ed tho other.
"Yes three thousand dollars."
"Oh, well, then, it isn't so bad. His
wife can have a choral set, some new furs, a
silk dress, and enough mourning stuff to git
up and wave I"
A Boston wag once wrote to President
Lincoln, asking whether he would accept a
carnage and horses as a token of esteem
from the Young Men's Christian Association
of (hat city. Iu due tlmo an affirmative
answer was returned from Washington. The
wag thereupon Hatdowu and wrote back: "I
thought so." It Is needless to add that the
carriage and horses were never sent. N. Y.
England's marriage statistics have been
analyzed to show the probabilities of mar
riage for women at different ages. Suppos
ing the sum of a woman's chances of mar
riage to bo 100, she exhausts, between tho
ages of 15 and 20 jears, fourteen and a half
chances. If she lives unmarried from 20 to
25, fifty-two more of her chanceB have van
ished into thin air. If she remains unmar
ried for five more years, she will turn 30
with only fifteen and a half chances out of
her hundred left. After 35 she has eleven
and a half chances, and at this point the
statistician gave up his calculation, except
that he assures us that even If a woman has
lived umrarried sixty years, shr still has the
tenth of a chance of getting married out of
the hundred with which she is supposed to
have started life.
A paper containing many fine points A
paper of needles.
When aro eyes not eyes? When the wind
makes them water.
Josh Hillings says, "Tew enjoy n good
rcputaslmn, giv publicly and Bteal pri
vately." It Is suggested that aeronauts wonld make
good officers, as they are acenstomed to tak
ing people up.
The reason Cashmere shawls are said to
be like deaf people la because you cannot
make them here.
Gold frames do very well for paintings,
hut when It comes to "frames of mind" the
less guilt the better.
"Did you know I was here?" asked the
bellows of the fire. "Well, yes, I think I
had got wind of you."
If you want to teach. a dog arithmetic, tie
up one of bis paws, and he will put down
threo and carry one every time.
A Yankee physician announces that
brandy is a cure for the staggers. That
remedy must be on the homatopathio princi
ple of like curing like.
An agricultural editor winds tip a leader
on tho corn crop with the remark, "We have
on exhibition In our sanctum n pair of mag
What is tho difference between the ouler
wall of a bridgo nnd a couple of nice young
ladies ? The first la a parapet, and the wo
oud aro a pair of pets.
THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA
strives at tho root ot disease by purlfylnz the blood
restoring the liver nml kidneys Co healthy action,
Invigorating tho ncri ous system.
ts not a vile, nauseous compound, which simply
purges the bowels, but a sure, pleasant remedy
t htch Is sure to purity the blood, and thereby ro-
more tue ucaieu.
rnw tirescrltjeil In ciuo of scrofula and other
diseases ot the blood, by m.iuy ut tlio best ph.tsl-
elans, owing lolls Kre.it success In cuilug all dis
eases 01 mis uamre.
Does not deceive Invalids Into falso hones liv purging
ulnl creating a ilctltlous aptetilc, but usslMa ti.uuro
In clearing uud purifying 1 110 whole sjstoiu, loadinf
tho putleut gradually to iicrrcct health.
Was looked upon as an experiment for somo tlmo by
some of our beat physicians, but tli isu moit Incred
ulous In regard to Its merit aro now Its most ardent
Montis and supporters.
Instead ot being n putred-up medlc'no has worked
Ha way up tolls astonishing present success by act
um merit, iu curing mi uise
ases ot tho blood, ot
Says a lloston physician, "has no equal as a blood
purltler. Hearing uf Its in.i .y wonderful cures utter
all other remedies h.id failed, 1 visited tue inlwrato
ry and convinced mtself of Its genuine merit. It Is
ireimrcu irom iiarst, niout ami neru-t, caeu or vvnicu
s hlglilv cffectlu'. nud ther are coiuuuuiidcd In such
n manner as to produce ust jnlalilu j results."
Is acknowledged nnd recommended by phjsldans
nnd apotheeailes to bo tlm best purltler and cleanser
of the blood i t discovered, and thousands gpeak In
its praise who have been restored to health.
"WHAT IS NEEDED.
MfUI. It. antra 1 :Wcb.t3,ls..
Dear sir About one year since I found myself In a
feeble condition rrom general debility, Vlkllll'INK
was strongly recommended to me by a III md who
had been murh benefitted by its use. I procured tho
article and after using soteralbott cs, was restored
to health anil d continued Its use. I fwd nulla enntu
dent that there Is no medicine superior to It for
uiu-w it,iii,jiuiii.s 11,1 tmi:ii 1111 rsjicciiiuy prepareu,
nnd would cheerfully recommend it to those w I10 feel
that they need something to restore them to iierfect
health. Itespecttully yours,
0. U l-ETTIN'OtM,
firm of 8. II. rcttcnglll A Co., lustato St., lloston.
CINCIN VATI, NOV. M, 1972.
Jln.lt. It. Stevkn-h:
Bear Mr Tho two botllcsof VEfJKTINK furnished
me by j our agent, my wife has used with great
Koralongtlmoshohas been troubled with dizzi
ness and costl cnesss these troubles aro now en
tirely removed by the mo of VKHKl'INK.
.She wus also troubled with Dyspepsia and general
debility; and has been greatly benefitted.
Tllos. OILMOIIK, tan Walnut street.
FEL MYSELF A NEW MAN.
Natic, Mas., Juno 1st, 1872,
Mr. II. II. FrKTrxs:
Dear sir Through tho advico nnd earnest persua
sion of itcv. K s. licst, of this p nre, I have been
taking UdUriNE for dyspepsia of which I havo suf-
iercu ror years.
I havo use I only two bottles and already feel my
self a new nun. licspectfiilly,
Dr.J. W. CAltTEIi.
Deport from a Practical Chemist and
TlosTON. Jan. 1.1S74.
l)Car Mr ThlS In Certlff Ihnt. 1 hnrn cnld nt
Hi dozen (ISM bottles) of your VKOCTIXI: since
Aprl K. 1S70. and can truly sa that It lias gUen tho
1 est satisfaction of any renvdv for the complaints
lor which It Is recominended.that I ever sold, scarce
ly a dav passes without somo of my customers tcs
ilfyto Its merits on themselves or their friends. I
am perfectly cognizant of several cases of scrofulous
tuiuura uumjr cureu uy vkiiki im! alono In tills M
elnlty. Very respectfully yours,
A. I. OILMAN, 4M, nroadway.
To II. It. Stevens, Esq.
Vegetineis Sold by all Druggists.
March B, "75-ly 0
EW STOCK OV CLOTHING.
Gentlemen's Dross Goods.
Invites attention to his large nud elegant stoclt ol
Cheap and Fasliionatile Clothiua,
at his storo on
MAIN STREET, IN THE NEW BLOCK,
where ho has last received from New York anS rail
odelphla a full assortment of
MtN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
tncludinff the most fashionable, durable aad
AND OIL CLOTH,
COATS AND PANTS,
OP ALL SORTS SIZES AND COLORS,
He has also replenished tils olreadylrrge stock oig
CLOTHS AND CASSIMliItP.8,
AND PLAIN VESTS,
!!a has constantly on hand a large and well select
ed assortment of
Cloths and Vectings,
which be is prepared to inate to order Into any kind
ot tlotidng, on very abort notice, and In tho test
manner. All Ids clothing Is mad: to wear and most
of It Is of home manufacture.
GOLD "WATCHES AUD JEWELHY,
OP EVERY DKSCmrriON, FINE AND CHEAr,
III8CASE OP JEWEUtY IS NOT SURPASSED IN
CALL ANDES AMINE HIS GENERAL ASSORT
Clothing, Watches, Jew!
DAVID LOWENIJElia, '
yAINWIUOHT A CO.,
N, K. corner Second and Arch Btreeis,
rcAB, synups, cojtee, huoaii, nolabsef
mic, snout, bicarb booj, tc.,te.
nrorCen nil reeelTa prompt attention.
CONN In the ear received on auWrlptlo o
Ue CoicusiiM cmoe.
Newspaper, tho largest sheet published in
Columbia, county, neatly printed on
New Type, will contain all the current News
uf the Day, and n condensed account of
LEGISLATIVE nnd COXOttESSION'AL
with explanation mid comments upon nil
important measures proposed iu either:
POETRY AND SON'O.
Will also engross n large proportion of its
DOMESTIC CONCERNS OE COLUMBIA
Will receive particular attention, and nil
local ndiiirs proper for publication will be
carefully laid before our readers.
THE POLITICS OP THE STATE AND
Hill receive constant attention, and tho
character and oiiicial conduct of
Will be presented to our readers, from time
to time, in life-like attitude and with entire
iustico and firmness.
No frauds shall be committed upon the
.People or Wrong done them without full ex
posuro in the columns of the Columbian
All official county advertisements appear
in this paper, as will also intelligent synop
sis of the proceedings of the Courts and the
actions of tlie County Ofliccrs when of pub
Tlio Columbian already lias much the
largcbt circulation of any paper in tho conn
ty more than the combined circulation of
tlio other papers and is tho only paper
printed in the county that supports the prin
ciplcs nnd time-honored usages of tho Dem
ocratlcparty. Its circulation nnd conscquen
usefulness may, however, be much extende
if its friends will use their influence to stir
further add to its list of subscribers. At
additional patronage will be requited by inv
proving the paper, by adding to its editorin
nnd rcportorinl force and increasing the
quantity of its reading matter. As an
The Columbian is unapproached in th
quarter of the State, nnd our
Arc superior to any other.
Our friends are invited to call at tho oflic
whenever they cometo Illoomsburg.
Tlio only Reliable (lift Distribution in (lie
TKT VALUABLE GIFTS I
TO BE DISTP.H1UTEI) IN
L. D. SINES'
To be drawn Monday, March 20th, 1875.
One Grain! Caiiltiil Prize,
$10,000 IN GOLD !
One Prize $5,000 in Silver I
Five Prizes, $500 EaCIl 111 C3Sil!
Ten Prizes, $100 J
Two Family Carriages and Matched Heiress
with Silver-mounted Harness, worth
$1,500 each I
TwoDuggies, Horsea, Ac., worth $G00 each
Two Fine-toned Hosewood Pianos worth
$050 each I
Ten Family Sewing Machines, worth tlOO
1500 f?oW cine! Silver Lever Hunting Watchet
in all, worth .from $20 to W00 each I
HOLD CHAINS, BILVEIt-WAHK, &C, Ac
HVMHEIi or GIFTS 10.000
T1CKF.TS IJMITlift TO 50,000
AOENTS WASTED TO HELL TICKETS, to whom
liberal Premiums will ho paid,
tdnxlo Tickets us MX Tickets ! w i Twelve Tickets
f: Twenty-live 'I Ickis wo.
Circulars conialidic full list ol prltes, n descrip
tion o I tho manner J tlmwlnfe', und other luforuia
ttou Ui reference to tlie .(Uidrlbutlon, will he seuttu
in? one ordering them. U letters must bo address-
Ollice. Excelsior HutUCx. J. SISC,
Cor. IticflA LongwortU. at!!43J,CINClNNATf,0.
Veb l, HI4-6W
BLANKS 3"" BLANK B!
TOR HA LP ATUK
HEADY MAD 13
C I a )T1IING.
he has Tin:
IH1STG 08, LATEST STYLES,
For Good l"lt.nd Promptness in lining orders
there Is tho plKt to go.
Ills goods are- elected with rare nnd his CUSVOM
WORK will coni iaro favorably with the test effert
of tho fashlonaUo City Dealer.
IIH KI'.RPS A LARGE STOCK OV
BOYS' & CHILDREN'S 0L0THIM
At Astonishingly Low Prices.
A. J. EVANS.
Julyl, 1S73 tf.
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13th of March next, nndevtry momtrc thereafter,
Sunil.os excepted, under the editorial direction of
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Will reissued en Fotui day, March SOth, weekly
thereafter, containing nil Untenant news cf the
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.. .. 9.00
ti n e optes
ADVKlt'f li,St s twentv-tle rents rer line,
l(emll:inresH..'ildbu itudoby Drafts or Past Of
TH V TIMES.
No. 14 South ScvcntliMreet,
T. L. GUNTON. Proprietor,
MAIN 8TKF.ET, Hni)W MAHKIIT.
Manufacturer of and I'eaer in all lindt of
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WOBKS
Wo use-the best AMERICAN nnd ITALIAN JIarUe.
Ilo has on hand and furnishes to order
UltNS, VASES, &K.
Every variety of Murlile cutting neatly executed at
tao lowest market prices.
A lonjr practical eierlence nnd personal attention
to business makes the proprietor eoutldent of nlvlns
satisfaction. All orders by mall prompt I) attendee.
10. r. ti. uok vjf.
OSf-X. Jl. )mk delivered free of chiye.18&
Aug. 21, 'TJ-ly. T. I OL'NTON, Proprietor.
STOVES & TINWARE,
Has the pleasure of Introducing to the Public
A NKW AND SUPERIOR
A new and beautiful Stove, for wood or coal. Ho al
s) keeps constitute on hand u largo and varied
assortment eii otner
I HON WEAK in creat variety,
TIN WAKE, Ac., Ac., Ac.,
which he win nisposc of at tho lowest rates for cash
,ir iintimvMi rreiiir. nn Hiinrt time. Alt nrtlcl'-s war
ranted as represented. Ilo respectfully bollclts a
snare oi puuitti tutronage.
NEXT TEUM IIIXUNS
Monday, August 3J, 1874.
For particulars, Address,
II. II WIIITACIII!,
NOTICE, . ...
.hereby (j'ven thai Hie iiiootni.
hnrir das entnrianv will nut In senleo pipe i
furnish meters to the rltlena of lilemmsbtirt' lor
tUM whero tho dlstanre from the itruet docs riot
exceed Mi feet! cxce.-ji of W f et t w III if ( hsreed nl
tlio rato of fo cents per foot ui.tll BeplemWr 1st
IMS. C.W, JIILLK!t,Bocmiiry.
tfU 11, 1L-U
SHORT POSTPONEMENT-DAY PIXED-FULL
First Git.ND Gut Conchrt.
MouI)3liGrFomil8 Tiimaiif? Assiciatiou
AT ALEXANDRIA, VA.
- IYXA21G2X 29, 1875.
LIST OP UlI'TS.
1 tirnndCash (lift f meet
1 llraiid Cash dill , Mhiuu
1 (Irnnd cash (Hit , leiii
In ( usii (lilts, iluiivu (JCll lllOUIXI
11 cash nuts, fiMsiuuh Mwsi
fi cash (litis, Uwo each , ,. ."niie'i
loo l'uliHllts, W) each :.. wimki
1 eon I'nsn (dfti, lnu each ltienw;
leuu l'ah (litis, fn each ,,, nhim)
it (io Ciuh (lilts, .0 each 4ww
vj its Cash (lifts, ii'noilntlnK to.,.. tl duo lien
Ntniilier of Tickets, 10(1 000.
1'lllCi: or TICKET.
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Ato-I .1873 AfnpT n
RAIL ROAD TIMEJTABLES.
nil I LA 1) E Ll'HIA M'.L It EA I) I NO
NOV. 0th, 1ST4.
TIUIN9 LEAVE ItlTEUT ASlOIlOltS (SCNPAV EJtCErTEtl
For Xew York, Philadelphia, Heading, PottsMlle
Tnmaqtta, .Ve 11,33 a. m
l'or catnnlwn, li,5:i it. m. and T.nts p. m.
For Wllllainsporl,0,2S a. m. and 4,w p. m.
TI1AIN3 l OIt ItlTEUT
LEAVE AS t'OLLOWS. (SUNPAV EX
Ixiave New York, 9,00 a. m.
Lenvo Phlladeliihla, t,1.'i a. in.
Leave Heading, ll.Sia. in., Potttvllle, 12,10 p. m.
and Tttmaqua, 1,30 p. m,
Ix;ave Catawlssa, e,S0 a, m. nnd 4,00 p. in.
Lenvo Wllllamsport, ,20 a. m. and p,ik) p. m.
Passengers to and from New York and Phlladcl'
phla go tin otigh without change of cars.
.1. 11. WOOTKN,
May S, 1ST4-If. (icner.il Superintendent.
Tlmc-Tnble No. yj. Takes crTcct at 4:30 A.
TIIUKSDAY, ULCLMIlKIi 10, 1S74.
NOItTIl. I STA'I IONS,
p.m. p.m. p.m.
la as una i isl Srranton
12 a s 3i 1 4111 Iiellevue
12 1 s 2.1 13 3' 'I in Ion llle..
11 45 8 13 1 8 . .,I.:ickaanna..
II :i a ft 1 lit pulsion.. .
a.m. i m. p.m.
1 2 20 ll 20
io 14 2 2it r. sr.
IS tt 2 83 0 41
10 17 2 41 Q Ml
II) 2.1 2 Ml 7 til)
111 t 2 M 7 I n
II 21 . (3 ill.. Wtsl 1 Itt-ti.n.
P P4 3 1 7 11
,.!'! mouth .lime
AM. ml. Hi' .....
i ts .i i a t io
1 10 4ft 3 1ft 7 25
It" 14) 11 2'l 7 35
7 S3 12 4il
7 3 12 41
7 2.1 12 lit:
7 10 12 3
7 1ft 12 art
10 ft ! 3 2.1 7 4
ill 1)0 3 ,1'l 7 10
II lift 3 Ml 7 t
11 I) 3 41) 82
12 if, .llunliick'H leek, ill H Sft 81ft
US' 12 oil . Mdi kflilnny 11 K2 4ift s ss
7 I'll r. Sft 11 411
i; r,7 in n E'.i
S 'ft e 2 11 :u
B 32 '3 11 22
27 0 'S 11 17
0 v r o.i ll il
ii mi r. r.i ll 02
ft s a Hi ta
.lllik's lenv... ill 4i) 4 2 8 ft
.Leutli Haven. 11 t.3 4 28 a is
I'.t iw ck .... 12 I 4 lit) 7 0'
..Prl.tr t mt... 12 s 4 i.l 7 12
Willow l.l'uvo.... 12 12 4ft' 7 18
. .1.11110 hl.lge 12 17 4 Ml 7 2ft
lpy.. ... 12 2ii r. oft 7 ss
.llloiim-liurt,'... 12 32 ft 12 7 47
Iluierl . 12 87 ft 18 7 A
ft M ft 4 I in 411
ft 44 ft 34 11) M,i atawls'll I rlllpre. 12 44 ft 24 8 1 2
ft 41 ft 80 1(1 4't Chllk'S Switch..., 12 4.1 S 311 8 6
l.i r. 12 io 22 imntnie
1 (13 ft 48 8 85
ft m ft ("J 1 12 ... .t huhii-ky. ...
4 ftft 4 1.7 li es1 ( amenm
4 30 4 4(1 9 ft Northumbeil.n.d.
a.m. p.m. a.m.'
1 11 ft f.8 8 48
1 14 0 C3 6 .V,
1 3 fi 21 0 20
p.m. p.m. t.m.
DAVID T. 1:t)l'NI). Sunt.
Superintendent's OCIce, Kingston, March 5, lbi-f.
On and after November ioth, ls73. trains will leave
HUN IlL'ltY as follows:
Kile Hall WO a. m., arrive Elialra 11.M) a. n,
11 Canand.dgtia... 3.3ft )i. in.
" llochester 6.15 "
" Matrnr U.4J "
Itenovo accommodation ll.lOt.. in. antvo Villllams
port 12.50 p. m.
Llmlra .Mall 4.15 a.m., arrive Klmlro lo.soa.m.
Iluilulo Lx press 7.16 n. m. nirlto liulfalo s.ro a. m.
llutfalo Lxpress 2.60 a. m, airivc Han Isture 4.60 a. in
" llaltltiiore s.40 "
L'Unlra Jlull 11.15a. in., urilvo HarrWjurfl.to p, m
vvasumgiou iu.au 1
" ll.ilttmoi-ec.30 "
" Washington 8.30 '
Hnrrlsburg accommodation P.40p. in. aiilio llnrrls-
uurt' iu.60 p. m.
arrive Ikiltlmoto 2.2.1 a, m.
" Washington 0.13 "
Krlo Mail 12.65 a. in. nrrlvellarrlsbuiifS.tiftn. in.
" i:altlmciio6.40 "
" Washington 10.3.1 "
All dally except Sunday.
1). M. r,OYD, Jr., tieneral Passenger Agent
A. J. CASSATT, Ocncral Jlannger
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
riiilmlellililu eV Erie li. II. Division.
WINTER TIME TAIILE.
ON anil after SUNDAY. NOVE.MRKR lfilli,
b-74, iho Tinlnsdii the l'lilMdelphla A Lrlo l.'all
ttuau I'ltt-tuil tt ill I lilt as lUIIOtth;
PAST 1. 1 N ll leavt s Pldlndelplila. 12.66 p. tn
" " " HarrWiurg.... B.eop. m
" " " Wllllainspurl.. U.15 ii. in
" " " lock Haven K.au p. m
" " arrive at llutfalo s.uo u. m
KlllHJlAILleaves PldUdelpUla 11.65 p. m
llurrlsburs 4.2.1 a. m
" " " Wllll.imsp.,rt s.r.,ia. m
" " " Lock Haven o.45a. m
" " " Itenovo 11.10 a. in
" " nrr.nt Die 6.05 p.m
UI.MII1A MAIL leaves Philadelphia 6.00 a. in
" " " lliirihburi; 1.2.1p.m.
" " " Wlliuuisjiort c.20 p. m!
" " arr. nt Ijick Haven 7.80 p.m.
LOCK HAVKN ACCOM, leaves llarrlsburg 9.15 a. ni
' " " " Wllllanportosp. m
" " " " Lock Ilaveul.loii. m
I'HW A EXPHKSS leaves Ick Haven...
" " " Vllll.im8rt .,
" " anlvesut HarrlMnirL'
" " " Philadelphia .
KItli: MAIL loaves P.rle
" " " llcnovo
'' " " lunk llitvti
" " " Mllllainspoit
' " nrr. ut Ipirrlsbua'
" " air, at PUIIadelnhia
KLMIKA MAIL loaves twk Haven
" " " Wllllamsport
" " " suubiiry,
" ' nrr, at Harrlsburif
" " nrr. at PhllnlelphU
" " " licnova. ...
. C40 a. in.
. T.M n. m,
12.10 u. in.
. 4.16 u, in.
.11.20 a. tn.
. 8.2ft p. Ill
. 9.4.1 p. m
10.60 p. m
2.80 u, m
-.60 ii, in
9.4 a, iu,
.12 io p, in
, I! 16 II. m
.. 0. op. in
. 9.0 ti. m
6.$ft r in
Wllllnii.si Lit. r..ro ii.m
" Hiiil.uiy s.40 p.m
nrr, ut Hcrrltl unr. lo.r,-, p. m
" Mdladelililu. ja. m
Mall East conneclsenst nnd vicst nt Erie with I
H. At. s. It. w. and at In Iiieton w 1th Oil creek and
Allegheny It, It. v.
Mali Weft with cast and west trains en I s. & m.
P. it. W.antot ccirryaud Irvlnetou with oil creek
and Aleghcuy p. it. w,
Llmlra Midi and r.urfalo rxprcismolo eloto con
nec ons nt Wllllumtptit v,i(i, c, n, w, tmiu
lioilh, uud at lluiiltburir llh N, c. It. W. tiuln
. , WM. A. BALDWIN,
inn. ,'16-U tieneral Supt
IIIIS I'AI KIt 19 OH J-ILR WITH
ROWELL & pHESMAH
- Advertising Agents,
THIRD & CHEaTNUT bTS., t.T. LOUIS, Mt
Hi. .T. Wiilkpi'rt ('nUrornlfi Yin.
PRiir lliUc'l'S nro n jitircly VegotnUo
. t t. : if 1 1. .. i .-
irPl)!U'nwon, ninuu uiucuj iium nu, iiuiivo
lerlis fount! on tliolovvcr rnncea of thoSicr-
rn revatia moniunuis oi uuiiururi, mo
mmllrinnl uronert pa of vvliioli nro cxtrrtct.
oil tlierefrora without tlio uso of Alcohol.
Tho question h almost dnilr nsked, "What
is tlio enrso of tho unparalleled success of
VrNnavti Uitteiii?" Our nnsvver is, that
thov rcmovo tlio c.mso of disease, nnd tlio
patient recovers his lienlth. Thoy nre tlio
m-e.it blood purifier nnd ft Iifo.pivip.fr, prin
ciple, n perfect ltenovntor nnd Invittomtor
of tho system. Never beforo in tlio history
of tlio world hm a mctlicino Dcen com
tmnnded nossessine tho rcftmrkablo final.
itics of VntnaAn liirrr.nfi in hcaliiifr tlio sick
of everv disease man is heir to. They nro a
pentlo l'lirftativo m well na n Tonic, relicv
j'ng CoiiRcstion or Inflammation of tlio
Liver and Visceral Organs, in liilioua Dis
eases. If men will piiioy Rood lirnlNi, Id
ihem uso ViNcoAii ihrrnns nt l mcdieiue,
nntl avoid tho uso of alcoholio stimiilanti
iu every form.
No iVi'Min run uI;o tlicso Tlittors
wordiiiff; to diroctions, nnd remain long
nnwoll, provided their iioncs aro not de-
pl'DVeil UV lllllicrni HUM, nut utue-i uiuiutn,
iiiiilvilal'orpniis wasted beyond repair.
(irntt'l'lll 'rilOIISIllllIs proclaim Vine
t:tt Hittei's tho most wonderful Invinor-
mit that over Biistained tho sinking system.
llilions licinilleiil, nml Tnlor
lllilil'lll lVvTS, which nro so prcvnlcnt
in tlio vnllovs of our great livers through,
out tlio United States, especially thoso of
the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois,
n Vl...1...1.n.1 1.1,..,.nd Dn.l
X t lltie Sre I , tllllli't-tiii,i, .iiiiuiltiw, ,ihi,
Colorado, Jirn7.os, juo tirnuue, I'enri, Ala
linmn, Mobile, Snvuniiali, Roanoke, James,
nntl many others, witli their vast tribu
taries, throughout our cntiro country dur
incr tlm Summer and Autumn, nnd remark-
nbly so during seasons of unusunl heat nnd
dryness, nro invariably accompanied by ex
tensive derangements of tho stomacli nnd
liver, and other nhdominal viscera. In their
frrntmeiit. a niirtmiivc. oxoritriD-n tiowerim
liiiiueiieu ttpuu iiifjiiu tiutuus uium, is
essentially necessary. Tlicro is no cathar
ticforthe purpose equal toDlt.J.WALKni's
VINEOAlt uittliis, us itify w in itijeetiuy rc
movo tho dark-colored viscid matter with
which tho bowels arO loaded, at thu same,
timo eiimulating tlio Becretioim of tl.e
liver, nnd generally restoring tlio healthy
functions of tlio digestives organs.
Dyspepsia or IniligcMion, Hcad
nche'.l'nin in tlioKlioiilders.Conghs.Tiglit
ness of iho Chest, Uizziness, Hour Eructa
tions of the Stoimich, Bad Tasto in tlio
Mouth, Bilious Attacks, l'nlpitation of tho
Heart, Inflammation of tho Lungs, I'nin
in tlie region of tho Kidneys, nntl a hun
dred other painful symptoms, nro the off
springs of Dyspepsia. Ono bottle will
prove it better guarantee of its merits than
a lengthy advertisement.
Scroliilii, or King's Evil, "tt'lnio
Swellings, Ulcers, KrjsipelnB, Swelled
Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inilainmntions,
Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial Afl'ec
ti ns, Old Sores, Eruptions ol tho Skin,
Sjio Eyes, etc., etc. In these, ns in nil
other constitutional Diseases, Walkoi's
Vinlcaii BiTTi.its havo shown their gtcat
curative powers m the most obatinato und
For liilliiniiniitorv mid Chronic
lllieiiniatisill, Oout, Bilious, Ucmittent
and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of tho
Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and Bladder, these
Bitters 1 1 nvo no cnitiil. Such Diseases nro
causeil by Vitiated Blood.
JliH'lianifiil Disriisps. rcrsons en
gngetl in l'aints and Minerals, such us
l'lunibcis. Tvpc-soltcrs, Gold-beaters, nnd
Miners, hh tliey ndvanco in life, aro sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
naninst this, tako n doso of Walkch'iI
YiNLOAit Bitti lis oec.isionaily.
I'drSkill Disl'liscs, Eruptions, Tetter, v
Salt Rheum, Blotches, Spots, l'imples,
l'ustnles Boils, Cnibunclcs, ltingwoiui",
Scald Jload, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch,
Scurfs, Discolorntious of tlio Skin, Humors
nnd Diseases of tho Skin e if whatever linino
or untitle, nre literally dug up and curried
out of tho system in n short timo by the
uso of theso Bilters.
IMiijTapc, anil oilier Worins,lurk
ingin t ho stem of bo ninny thousands, nro
ell'eetually destroyed nnd removed. No
system of medicine, no vermifuges, no
anthelmintics, will t'reo tho system from
worms like tlicso Bitters.
L'or Fcimilo (.'onipliiinls, in young
or old, married or single, at tho dawn of
womtiuliood or tho turn of life, theso Tonic
Bitters display fo decided mi iiifliicnco
that improvement is soon pcrceptiblo.
Jatllllliec. In nil cases of jaundice,
rest assured that your liver is not doing its
work. Tlio only sensible treatment is to
promote tho secretion of tlio bilo und
lavor its removal, i'or this purpose uso
CIl'illlM) tlio Vitiated Wood when
ever you find its impurities bursting
through tho skin in l'imples, Eruptions,
or Sores; clcauso it when you 11ml it ob
structed and sluggish in tho veins; clennso
it when it is foul; jour feelings will tell
you when. Keep the blood pure, nud tho
health of tho sjsteni will follow.
II. II. MtDll.NAI.lJ ti CO.,
DrUk'gUbi aud tle-ut-ul Aaetitt, Kui I'ruucuco, Ctdifor.
bin, uud cur VViutuiiulnu uud Cluiltuu bu., New Vurlc
fcultl by nil UriiKirlklk and llettlem,
Sept. 6, 14 out.
: Bow Lost How Restorefli
JUST published a new edition of Dr. CL'L
VKUWtLL'M celebrated essay on tho radical cur
intuit, (without medicine) of Sperinntoirhrra
Zu.lli or Kemlnnl Weakness, Iiivoltiiittiij scm-
llial ucilknesH. Itniiiiti.niL- t..ii,l nml
............. ...vMi'uvt.j , 4,ii,,LuiiiiLji,a ...
Jlarrlatre'. etc.: alo onsumMlun. Ktillrnsv. nml I lls
,lllVklllll l,ii.utmrlt .' (,..,.... II... ..I. il tr.
Induced hy selMndulscnco orsexlual extrauifanco
i iie-a, &e.
tiSfJ'riee, in a realed cm-elope, only six coda.
Tho celebrated author, In this ndmlrablo essay
clearly demonstrates from a thlity j ears sucressfu
practice, that the alarmlntf consciUeuces cf self
abuse may be radically cured without the dnnireruus
uso of internal medicine or the application of tl e
knife; pointing out a modoof euro nt once simple
ceitnln. and effectual, liv
ferer, no mailer what his condition may be, may cur
."-"I'v i'jit-,j, uu ruuicuiiy,
IPThls Lecture should bn in tin. hnnhiH i-,.,-r
youth and every man In Iho laud.
Sent under seal, In a plain envelope, to an)' a
diess, neet-nald. on reeelnt or hiv rxnic nrinn'm
stamps. Alto. Dr. KIMJilll!l"Klirirt,v uni, mi n
Send for circular.
Address the Vubllshers,
.J1AS. J.C. KMNK A CO.,
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April III, 'Jt-y
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is now st-miif it will attain a tale ol
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