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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBXJEG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
- tiii: (KiiiDSMinrs iiAiHiiirint.
I'AUAriinAMn ritow Tits nuniun or viii.ANn.
fp tpoKs Ilio nolipmidh proudly
Unto lira itiuifflilcr fair
"A(U Intro nrc ponrh nml dlAtniin.li,
Awl rubles rich nml rare i
llutneno with Mie. my Helen,
In beauty can oomparep'
In oma a knight no gnjly,
A arontli of noble mien ;
Wild "I would turn n wrlanil,
ThaJliHUt e'er waa toon t
ttixire noilliDr cost nor labor j
Tit lor mj ri IdaV-riltocti."
The work is done s nml Helen
Crlod, "Lucky brldo Is lia
Who wears IhU qilemtlil tent land I
Ah f would lie Biro to ins
A Simula wreath of row,
How happy 1 should bo I"
"TIs well," the knlf lit made answer,
When bo this iv roath htd seen i
"Now mako iiiliijf Willi diamonds
And of tho purest sheen j
Sp.iro neither ooit nor labor j
TIs for tny bridal-queen l"
Tho WorX U dono i and llolon
fried, "Lucky brldo is alio
Who wears tliU clrclctt
Ah I would ho Rive to mo
One, of his golden trestes.
How hnppy I isliould bo I"
'"TIs well," tho kuujht raado answers
Then to tho maid ho crlod,
"I fain would lmvu those Jewels
On Uiee, n moment, tried !
That I may Judgo tho surer
If they beeorae my bible."
And soon her blushing forehead
Was w It li t ho carland srncod j
And then upon hir ringer
Tho knight, In lovhifr haste,
Tho rtnjr of sold and diamonds
In mciTy trlumpli placed 1
"Ah! lIclon-dcarcBt Helen!"
Tho happy lover cried ;
"For thee they were Intended,
My darling and my prldo I
And by those Jeweled tokens .
I take theo for my brldo.
"That fir' patch of ground's mcm'rible,"
said an Omaha man, pointing to a grave all
by itself outsido tho town. "I reckin'y ou'il
know that, stranger, when you sco it ng'in.
Tho oekypant of that was tho furst man that
llorriw Grccly ever told to git west like
wise, he was hung for stcalin' a mewl."
In Cumberland county a gentleman dug
out from underneath his garret floor a bee
hive, and secured ono hundred pounds of
honey. The bees worked their way through
tho cornico of his house, which is built ol
brick, and mado their homo beneath tho
Tho tcrriblo effects of tho uso of tobacco
aro frightfully illustrated in tho case of an
old lady, who begau to uso it at tho ago of
Bisty, and she i3 even now but ono hundred
nnd ten years old. If she had let tobacco a
lone, sho might today have been a thousand
"Whore aro you stopping, Hill?" inquired
ono seedy man of another.
"Stopping at tho llussel House," was the
"llussel House? Where is the Rtisscl?"
"Oh, yon sccTl sleep in a dry goods box
nnd russel around llko blazes to get some
thing to cat."
A woman was recently arrested for sellin;
to some colored peoplo in Iloston a liqiTu
warranted to make them white. This storv
bears intrinsic improbability upon its face
for why a colored man should want to get
whito in Boston, and thus loso all his priv
legos, it is difficult to understand. Tho item
izer who got this yarn up, should havo lo
catcd it somewhere clso than "tho Hub."
Who Hath Wisdom V
Ho who turncth awoy his head wheit he
punchcth up a lire.
She who puttcth not on her bridal raiment
until tho bridegroom nppearcth.
He who smiteth not a strango nnimal,but
nrst informcth himself ai to its nature.
Bho who wrappeth herself up in her bus
band so that another man may not find her,
Ho who punishes yo refractory mulo at
distance, with n long po.
Sho who docth over her own bonnet when
her husband btoppeth his whiskey.
Ho who salutcth not yo servant girl unless
ho knowolh ins wife n not in tho lioiiae
Sho who rofraineth from naming her child
Jemima until after ye child is born.
Ho who subdueth his temper when tho
provoker of his iro is tho lifeest fellow,
Sho who comfortcth herself with dignity
in tho presence of her pastor.
Ho who plcdgeth himself to abstinence
when vo liquor recoileth from his stomach.
Yo young girl who pcrsuadeth not herself
that yo husband will bo kinder than yo lover.
Yo young man who dismisseth tho hope
that yo vision of wedlock is as dull as yo ono
Ho who puttolh not up his money on a
liorso race, without first having an under
standing with ye horse's rider.
No Fear of Death in ilio Dying.
A striking fact in connection with the
dying is that they aro not afraid of dcatli
You notico this even in executions. Tho
mtjority of men who are hanged aro report
cd to dio "game." Death following diea.-e
or injury u, with tho rarest exceptions, ae
companiod with fear. Disea.so dulls tho in
telligence so that tho situation may bo fullv
comprehended, or thcro may bo pain and
death is looked upon as a relief. Nature, by
n kindly provision, seems to preparo for tho
flight of tho spirit; as tho hold of life grows
weaker, so does the desire for life grow loss
and in scarcely a single instance within my
own experience, or within that of my pro
fessloual brethren, with whom I havo con
versed on this point, hai not tho dying man
relinquished life at tho last without bccmlng
reluctance, or fear.
The Boveral physical phenomena which
accompanying tho net of dying, vary con
siderably in tho earlier stages with tho causes
which produco death, thcro is much similar
ity in tho latter steps. Death offers them a
physiognomy, which, onco witnessed, is not
ltard to recognize- again.
Among tho moro constant signs nro tho
falling pulso, which gradually becomes im
perceptible, first nt tho wrist, nnd lastly nt
tho hrcast itself; tho extremities grow cold,
tho countenance changeo as tho venom blood
courses tho arteries; Ilio skin grows clammy
as tho vessels relax, tho eyo glazes; tho jaw
droops; tho iluids nccuinulato in tho wind
pipo, causing tho "death rattle," bo called,
as tho nir pusses through ; tho breath bo
comes short and finally coaos,
As tho red blood leaves tho brain, tho
judgmont beceines obscurod, and tho sensos
doficloiit. Speech is incoherent. Many timos
"lost words" aro Imagined by affection to
mean moro than intended, if there was any
inteution at all. "It grows dark," or "moro
light," aro common sayings as tho optic
ncrvo loses ita stimulus. Or btrango sights
may bo seen or sounds heard, as occurs sonic
timos iu tho btill twilight. Tim hallucina
tions of tho dying may bo often explained
Upon natural causcs.--ZVc, Jl. 0. (Xvlina, j
Trouble Is the foo of n man's pcaco of mind.
Hut half of our troubles aro imaginary, the
creation of ourbrnlns. Things that trouble
in aro not ns bad ni they pcoiii, and most of
thoili nro only mints or p.wlng clout!, We
idioiild treat our troubles as wo would Intru
ders into our houses put them out and lock
the doors against them. lieu men are
worn out by over-work, or aro nick, then
trouble lus tho advantage. At such times,
a man's friends bIiouM contrlvo means of di
version or find out ways of rest. There is
no belter relief for troubto than travel nml
new scenes. When men begin to feel that
business and enro nro robbing them of sleep,
and each day increases tho burden, they
should put the will In excrciso and throw
them olfor put themselves in the hands of
their physician and obey his directions. It
is suicide for them to go on after they begin
to feel the grinding action of work on tho
body and brain. Hut precaution is in using
means of prevention. Givo a certain num
ber of hours each day to actlvT) employment,
nnd never allow your work to break over tho
bounds. Takoa portion of your time for
recreation. Mako real, solid enjoyment your
medicine. Abow all, interdict everything
that will tax, excite, or exhaust tho nervous
system. Sleep, "tired nature's sweet restor
er, balmy sleep." When troublo drives
sleep from the eyelids and gloomy, depressed
feelings possess tho mind, it is high timo for
a man to pause and seek relief, for (hero is
no telling what such a condition will lead to
unless overcome. Thcro is danger in going
on after tho strain begins to tell on tho
health, for every turn of tho machinery
brings the html crash nearer. Thcro nro
events that come, nnd aro liable to come in
every man's life, which ho cannot foresee,
and over which ho has no control. llttt
men should be like mariners, who do not
know whether tho winds will bo fair or foul,
but they go prepared for whatever may
ciinic, bo it calm or storm, Nor do they
give up the ship until sho goes down, Men
should treat trouble in this way, and never
givo up until death enters and tells them tho
voyage is ended.
Tho influcnco of public opinion is greater
than is generally Imagined ; nnd as it makes
our reputation, it is well that we tako some
thought of tho impressions we leave, nnd
show a degrco of respect for tho sentiments
and cherished opinions of society. Wo havo
heard men say that so long as they acte'd con
scicnliously and dono right, they cared
but little what people or tho public thought
of them ; reasoning highly commendable in
itself, that may do very well for ono who
would isolate himself from society and the
world, but it seems founded on a somewhat
selfish basis. "Happiness was born a twin,"
and to bo indifferent to public opinion wo
must exist within ourselves and foroursclves
alone, since no ono in this world is wholly
independent, each depending on others for
tho happiness wo receive. Many a reputa
tion has been undeservingly lost, and many
undeservingly gained. Great genius may
moulder away in-solitudc and the world be
ignorant of its existence, yet it is genius
still, while tho effrontery and persistence of
somo ignorant egotistic may carry him be
foro tho world as a man of mark. Somo ac
cident may rouse him to heights he is un
worthy to attain, if tho tide of public opin
ion but bears some first good impression on
its bosom and carries it into tho great ocean
of society. Yet ho is but a pigmy to tho co
lossus whoso own thoughts in solitude are
his solo companions.
Public opinion is the barometer of the so
cial atmosphere in which wo live. It is a
signet placed by a community to mark worth,
and a man can no moro journey through this
life without a current of .public opinion fol
lowing than a vessel can cross the deep with
out a wake. Somo may imagine it presump
tion or conceit to think they exert suffi
cient influcnco to attract attention. Yet
every life is fraught with interest in the par
ticular sphcro of its existence, and wo nro in
it what wo aro thought to be, and not what
wo know ourselves to be. The character is
to ourselves what wo really are, to tho world
it is what reputation or public opinion makes
It; and though a man may be fully conscious
of his own virtues and his own worth, tho
wold alono shall say whether to his memory
ho leaves "Footprints on tho sands of time,"
or sinks into oblivion.
How strangely our ideas of growing old
chango as wo get on iu life. To tho girl In
her teens tho riper maiden of twenty fivo
seems quite passed. Twenty-two thinks
thirty-five "an old thing." Thirty-five dreads
forty, but congratulates herself that thcro
may still remain tome ground to bo possessed
in tho fifteen years before tho half century
shall bo attained. Put fifty docs not by any
means givo up tho battle of life. It feel
middle-aged and vigorous, and thinks ol
ago a long way in tho future. Sixty rlimcin
bers thoso who have dono great things at
three score; and ono doubts if Parr when ho
was married at ono hundred and twenty, had
it nil begun to feel himself nn old man.
is the principle of immortality in us which
makes us feel young so long. Wo wear out
our bodios as wo do our garments; hut by tho
timo their fashion has grown quite obsolcto
will not tho celestial robe which shall clothe
our souls for tho new life bo ready?
Why l'otutJes Ilun (l:U.
J. W. Prentiss, of Steuben county, N. Y,
writes as follows to tho Country Grnlkmtm
All vegetables can bo improved bv careful
selection of seed ; beets, carrot", parsnip,
turnips, peas and beans particularly so. I'o'
tatoes aro equally susceptible-to this sort o
improvement ; yet while more or leis attcn
tion Is paid to selecting seeds, tho potato Is
neglected, lot planting, if selected at all
thoso which nro good for little elso aro cho
sen not good enough to sell or to cat, but
they will do to plant, ibis is tho rulo rati
er than tho exceptian, Tho potato shows
willingness to grow, however mutilated
What other vegetables would bear being di
vlded into detached parts, and regardless of
circumstances, expected to yield an hundred
It Is supposed (If thcro is any supposition
about it) that each eyo or germ is n seed
i!ut tho potato is really a compound of nt
least two qualities; theso nro what may bo
called ;bo stem and tho seed ends, and when
separated, tho seed end will produce iium
bers, tho other size. It is truo that each germ
will produco a potato, but it is imperfect
seed, and will "run out." If wo tako a germ
or eyo from tho bced end of tho potato nnd
ilant. and follow next year tho samo treat
incut, it reverts totho wild potato. Tho
lublt of promUeuoua cutting and planting
saves it from entlro reversion, bu its vital!
ty is weakened, mid it degenerate. If care
is taken iu selecting tho best specimens of
medium size, uud they nro planted whole, or
if cut, length wise, lo secure all tho pro. cr
ties of perfect seed, they will not run out,
but show as much capacity. for improvement
as any vegetable grown,
Kill him I kill hiutl" shouted a crowd
iu Virginia City as they gathered around a
hotel. "What for?" Inquired a stranger.
He's got on alligator boots uud a velvet
coat. Mash 'im,"
Throo Points for OonsidVration.
Tlilrlhff Ihn rtntt. nvn iiim Hin VPriKTlMt! Itna
Irvii BliuJIly wurklnif Itself Intopubilo faor, and
iiiusvwiiu enini ursi. iiiuit lncrcuiuotis in rcjrnrti
to Its merits nronjw Its most, nrdent friends and
I'lieronru thren essential causes for thoso havlnjr
siH'li n horror of pntrni medicines, chnngihtr llii lr
opinion and Irtulliiir rhilr Inlluenco toward tho nil-
MMieejiieia oi i.ur. ri i;, na u nas nonesuypre
p.ired meillitnos from twrki, roots nndh'Tbs. id It
honestly nrrotiiplMios nil tlut Is el dined for It,
Hit limit leaving any lnut erfi et.sln the s stem M--It
presents lumest vouchor Iu testimonials from
honest, well-know n iltlens, who" signatures nro a
sumclrnt Kuaruiitec of their earnestness In tho mat
ttr. TnkltiK lido eonMiTatlon the vast quantity of
medicine bmuitlit conspicuously before ilio puullo
through tho flaming adertl'inents In ttio nesna
per columns, with no proof of merit or Kenulno
v ouchcrs of t hat. It h is done, we should bo pardon
ed for manlfcstlnen small degree of pride In present
lag tho following tostlmoiiUffroin Ilev. .1. M. Dicker
son. O. Ii tho popular nnd ever-gonl.il pastor of tho
South llnptlst church, Huston t
Tlio Tired l!o.ljr Sues for Mrfp.
IIOston, March 1, 1ST I.
II. II. Stkvess. nsq.s
Dear Mr It Is ns much from a sense of diit as of
gratitude Hint I write to say that your VKtiHTINi:
even If It Is a patent medicine has been of great
help to ino when nothing elso seemed to avail which
1 could safely use. lather excessive mental w ork or
unusual care brings upon men nervous extnustlon
I tint desperately needs sleep, but as desperately do
tleRlt Sight alter night. the poor, ttred bodyBU"s
for sleep until tho da) dawn Is welcomed back, utul
we tK'Ktn rnir wink tired out with nn almost Iriiltlcs
chase utter test, Now I halo found that a little,
Vi:iu:tim: takcajust. Is tore I retire gives m sweet
and Immediate sleep, and without anv of IhecMl ef
fects of tho usual naiveties. 1 think two things
would tend to make brain-workers sleep 1st V
llttlo less work. 2d -A Ilttlo mora VKdllTIN'H.
This proscription has hclcd mo.
Now I have a particular horror of "patent medi
cine,'' but I havo a greater horror of lulng afraid to
tell tho straight out truth. Tho VCtilfriNIl has
helped mc, and I on n It up. Yours Are.,
J. 8. MCKKIIKUH.
Tho following unsolicited testimonial from Kcv. O.
T. Walker, II. I)., formerly pastor of liuw iloln square
Church, and at present settled In Providence, It. I.,
must bo esteem. si as reliable evidence,
No ono should fall to observe that thin testimonial
Is tho result of two j cars' experience with tho uso ot
viKir.TINU In tho iter. Mr. Walker's family, who
now pronounces It. Invnluablo t
l'nnviDr.s-cE, It. I., Hi Transit street.
II. It. STEvnss, Us :
1 feel bound to express with my signature tho high
value I plaeo upon jour VtullTlNU. My family
havo us"il It for tho last two years. In nervous de
bility It Is Invaluable, and 1 recommend It to all v ho
may need an Invigorating, renovating tonic.
Formerly Pastor of liowdoln Square church, lloston.
Tim Shut Kvl'lencc.
The following letter from Ilev. K. S. Host, Pastor
M. II. church, Nnttek, Man., will be to id with Inter
est by iniiivplivblel.ini. Alsi thoso siiiTerln r Irom
tho sama disease ns Millet.-1 tho Min or tlu Kov. H.
H. Host. No poison cm doubt till, tesllmonv, nnd
there Is no doabl about the curative iuvvvri of Vllil
IITINK: Natick, Mas., Jan. l, isti.
Mil. II. It. SrEVRXs, Ksn.1
Hear sir Wo have good reason for regarding jour
VIXIllTIXi: n medicine of the greatest .Hue. We
feel assured that It has been tho means of saUngnui'
son's life. Hell now sjvontwu years of ago: for
tho last two .veira In his s.irtered tr im n"c.osn ot
his leg. cause 1 by scrofulous nn'ection, and wns so
far reduced that nearly all who saw htm thought I1I3
recovery Imposslbe. A council of able physicians
could givo us but tho faintest hopj of his ever rally-'
lng, two of tho number declaring that ho was beyond
tho reach of human remedies, that oven amptitall m
could not save him, as ho had not vigor enough to
endure the operation. .lu-t then wo commenced
giving him viMUi'iNi:, and from thattlmiti the
present hu has been continuously Improving. Ho
lias lately resumed his studio', thrown away
crutches and cane, and walks about cheerfully and
Though there Is somo discharge from the opening
where tho limb was lanced, we havo tho full 'st euu
lldcuco that In a lltlo timo ho will bo perfectly cur
ed. He has taken about thrco do.on b jttlea of vi:oi:
TINll, but lately uses but little, ns ho declares that
ho Is too well to bo taking medicine.
K. S. II EST,
Jlns. L. C. F. llkST.
1.TS naltlo SUrct, llaoo.ii.YN, N. Y., Kov. 1 1, 1571.
II. It. stkvbss. i;sq :
Deur Mr from personal boneilt rccclvo 1 bv Its
use, as well as from personal knowledge of those
whoso cures thereby havo seemed nhnott miracu
lous. I em most heartily and sincerely recommend
tho viioiiriNi: tor tho complaints for which It Is
claimed to cure. JAM IIS 1'. LUDLOW,
Lato Pastor Calvary Hap. Church, Sacramento, C'al.
Vogotino is Sold by all Druggists
jVJICW STOCK OV CLOTHING.
Gentlemen's Dreaa GJ-ooda
t; tnvltes attention to his largo a-jdclcgant stock ol
nt tils store on
MAIN STHLT.r, IN Till! NL'W I1L0CK,
whero ho has just received from Now York and Phil
adelphia a full assortment of
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including tho most fashionable, durable and
AND OIL CLOTH
COATS AND PANTS
OF ALL SOltTS SIZK3 AND COLOItS,
Ho has also replenished his already lurgo stock of
CLOTHS AND UAS81.MKHEH,
AND PLAIN VESTS,
Ho has constantly on hand a largo and well select
ed assortment of
Olothu and Veatings,
which ho Is prepared to mako to order Into any kind
of clothing, on very bhoit notice, nnd In tho best
manner. All Ids clothing Is mado to wear and most
of It 1j of homo manufacture.
GOLD AVATOIIKS AND JEWELKY,
OF EVLT.Y DCS CWITJON, FINE AND CHEAP
HIS CASE OF JEWELHY IS NOT SUHPASSED IN
Til 18 PLACE.
CALL AND EXAMINE HIS CIENEUAL ASS0UT
Clothing, Watches, Jowl
yAiNWiuaiiT a co.,
N, E. Corner second and Arch Btreois,
TEAS, SYitlTS, COFFEE, SlHlAIt, MOLASSES
KICK, SI'ICEJ, DICiltB S0D1, C., 4C
WOrdcrs will receive prompt attention.
in Puinte, Oiln, Qlnsa, L'titly,
Di'itgrt, picod, Pst tout Moili
cinos, Ac, &o.
TOULl) rail llie nlU-nllon of Ihe puMic t,
r their vcrv l.ircni and wel wttctnil st,,r!r or
goods which iheyulrei'nt tho
i.owr.3T maiuu:t .uati:-?.
200 bo-os Window Olaw nil Mres and tpialll Ion.
Class for Picture Frames a specialty!
Yellows, dry and in Oil.
Ocnerat Agents tor
MONTOUR SME PAINTS
CASTOR, nnd other OIL
VAltNISlI and JAPANS
from tho best Manufactories.
S 3? I O S S
excels any In thti seel Ion of tho State.
Agents for Dr. BIOKLEY'S
(leneral Depot of supplies for Dr. J. C. Aycr'3
Tho Prescription Department is under tho chargo
of competent Pharmaceutists.
CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED WITH
Colli SprMil Soda Water.
Tho attention of country dealers, especially la called
loour slock ot
Patent and Proprietary Medicines
our wagon will continue ns formerly to make Its
usual trips to supply cu t .
OIL OF GLADNESS,
nn Internal and External rem y whoso healing vlr
tuos aro attested by thousands In this and adjoining
counties Is manufactured by them nnd supplied to
tho nnilctcd cither directly or through their country
Price 50 Cents Per Bottle,
Nono genulno unless It bears tho trado mark and
namo of Mover Pro's the words "Ollot (Madness"
blown In tho glass and tho blgnaturo of Moj cr lira's
on tho wrapper.
Maiilifl: now Lost How Restored!
TUST published n new edition of Dr. CUI
t) VEltWELL'H celebrated essay on tho radical euro
. (without medicine) of Spermatorrhea
or Seminal Weakness. Involuntary Sem
'rii- .in. ,1 i-ainu.so, iiuiuieiit'j, .Meiuni nun
Sr phjslcal ineapailly, impediments to
Marriage, etc,: also Consumption, Upllcpsy, and Pits
induced by self-Indulgence or uixtual oxlr.n aganco
tSSfiViw, til a tcalcd cimhpe, only sU ccnU.
Tho celebrated author, In this admirable essay
clearly demonstrates from n thirty years' successfu
practice, that tho alarming consequences ot self.
abuse may bo radically cured without tho dangerous
uso of Internal mcdtclno or tho application of tho
knifes pointing out a modoof euro at onco simple
certain, nnd cllcctual, by means of which every suf
ferer, no matter what his condition may bo, may cur
himself cheaply pjlvately, and radically.
tw-Thls Lccturo should bo In tho hands of every
youth ami every man in tho land.
Sent under seal, hi n plain envelope, to auy ad
dress, post-paid, on lecclpt of six cents, or two pcbl
Address tho Publishers,
CHAS. .1. (,. KLINE ,t CO.,
1ST Ilovvery, Now York, root Oflleo llox t.ssc.
April in, '75 -y
Tub renew v Kvnri1
lt .ll'.i . uud enil.lu s .he
mocu, tones up llie sys
tem, builds up Ihel'ii.Ueii
dimn. eiires il sheii.1.1
)ii lllt,hipsy, i-iiiiis.uid
'v.Ts, euruniu iii.irruu'a
neivoii') alfec lens, 1 ulls
Humors, ihseasis .f the
KUine.vsan'l il.vldir, te
male coiupiainls, lew
Thousands havo loon
changed b, the Use uf the
remedy ftx.i vvuk, Ud.lj, suffering creatures, In
htrenif, heuhhy, happy men and women; and
invalid ; c 1111101 reusouiibli' hcslliuo In give it a trial,
lAinosv-1:0 Mini oii (Tt the "Phu'vmn
Sviiir' (not I'rruvhiii llnik.) Mild by dealers irener
ully, A w-paitu puinphli t, I'ontiiltilng a treatfsii on
nun 11s 11 lie meal ueill linn 1111111 vuiiiuuiu (mists,
iL-.stiinuu -ns 1111111 1 lsi 1 11M rri niiv biei.ius. i-ieiLrv
Jiien nnd others, villi hu bent fro- to nnv address.
iskiti w, 1 own; ,v 0NSI jiroprieiois, w jiunison
di(XTO!?20 per day. Agents wnuleil, All
ID ) ehibses of w 01 klmr neonlu of both be.es. s duiiu
111 d old, make moro iimnuy at vi oi k lur us, In I hi h ow 11
localities, iiiinng ineir hpaie moments, i nil 1110
time, thnn ninny thing else. Wo oiler 1 liiploji.ient
inn win pay 11 iiuisoiui-iy 1 r evt-iy noui s wuik,
l'uil pailleulars, Krms, ,v,e., send usjuur addieM lit
once, lion l delay. Now Is Ilio lliuo, Hun t look
Iffl' work or business clsow here, until you hav 0 leal n
cd Mhnt wo otter, (i. hii.ssotl'o., 1'ortlaud, .Maine
.juii. iu i-iy.
TKW YOltiC TltUIUNE. "THE LEAD-
l INO A.MllllII'AN NIlWSPAPlllt." T1IU 1IIS.T
AllV I.UllSIMi.MLUlU.il. 1IJ1IV. Ilea veal', setnl
1'iMtiiL'u Freo to Ilio Kubscrlber. Snechncn Conies
and Advertising Kates t it u. Weekly, In clubs 1 f 'M
or more" only Jl, postage paid, Address 'I'iiktiij
neNK, N. Y. Juu 10'7tv-ly,
A DVEItTISINOi Cheiipi (Jm.li Hvntcinn
X tic. All perbons vv ho conocuiphito making con
fiiiids with newspapers tor thu lusertkMi oftulvir
tlscments, bliould M ild Its cents tu (ieo. P. Howell X
Co., 41 Park How, New York-, for their PAMI'III.in'.
HOOK (11 tietv-hiivenlh edition.) contidiilng lists of
over 'itm nevvspapeis and ebllmates, showing Ilio
coit. AdverlUeiueiitu taken for leuillug pupi-iulu
many Mans m a irtmeuuous iiductlou Horn pub
Hslicrs' 1 nits. M'l iiu: 1 (sk, J1.11. t-vr,-ty.
Iliuor women, Jl n woelr.
mid hoiioriihlo vv I' h u.i I Ulf .
Aldpagiiclrculnrai d nlual.h
dimples free. ffHeud vi.niiid-
l 11. iu;i:i),sru T.r- bw toi-ic.
Tins wren is cw ritr. with
ROVELL & pHESMAN
. Advortlsino Agents,
THinrv 4 CHESTNUT ST8., 6T. LOUIS, MO
A JBAVYr STOCK,
S. U, MILLER & RON
liavo Just RoiuuyihI
tlio Ini'gcst nml lust supply ot
GHEAP AND' FASHIONABLE
Til"!" havo tv.r offered to their friends and cus
tomers, Cloths, Cssiinero3, and frithotts
fur MEN'S U'KAIt,
Cloths, Aliipicus, Merinos,
fur IVDlU'a A'KA1!,
CALICO ICS, JIUSWKS, (JA-MIllUCS,
and every variety of Dry Goods do.-drl,
Caxpota, Mats, Ottomanu,
In gieat variety and nt tlio
L 0 U7iS T CASH Pli Wo.
including nil tlio vaiuii. ' of
COKl'KES, TKAS mid HUliAlW,
and a general supply of articles useful for Ilio
table always on hand.
CALL AEHD SEB.
Country produco of all kind taken In ex
change fur goods at cash prices.
IKE AD Y MADE
nu has Tim
FIHSST GOODS, LATEST STYLES,
AND EMPLOYS THE
BEST WOK KM EM
For flood I'll 3 and Promptness In filling orders
thcro Is tho placo to go.
Ills goods aro selected with care and Ids CUSVUM
W'OltK will compare favorably with tho best effort
of tho fashionable City Dealer.
lie kehps a lauoc stock op
BOYS' & CHILDREN'S CLOTHE, G
FURNISHING GOODS '
At Astonishingly Low Prices.
A. J. EVANS.
dulyl, lS73-tf. ,
4 m -,
uv i 7 hv s i,
T. L. G-XTNTOSSI, Proprietor,
MAIN SritKCT, 11HL0W JIAIIKKT.
Manufacturer of and I'cater in all Units 0
MONUMENTAL MAHBLE WORKS
WousothobestAMHItlCAN and ITALIAN Marble.
Ho has on hand nnd f urnls'nes to order
TJENfc?, VASES, See.
livery variety of Mnrblo cutting neatly executed at
t'.io lowest market prices,
A long practical experience nnd personal attention
to business makes tho priiiil(.torconlltlcntof giving
sal Isfael luu. All oi'dcin by mult promptly nttendcu
to. P. o. box W,
lizS'X. Jt. Work tlUinrcdJrec rj chinjc.-Sxi
Aug. 21, 'IMy. T. L. (iL'NTON, Proprietor.
THATCHER & GEA.RHART,
PiiteB, Gas and Steam Gilteis
ori-Tit io Tin; pfin.10 tiiuiii mii:vjcurM
PIiiinltitKi' .mil Hot" li1!iilTiiy
1. iiiiuuiii mm X'iititiw.v
In which they havo hndmany years of experience.
All vvt.rK ct tins l:lnd warranted to Iki or tho
In.-at doscilpllon and cxeculed In tlio
most wuihmuullko manner.
Gas i'j'iie Lnitl at 12 Cents Per
Stcutu Engines ami Hollers,
Steam and Hand Pumps,
Pipo and .Fittings.
A Splendid Assortment of Clian-i
lelicrs, Brackets, Lamps, Sliadcs,i
Jjfonzo Ornaments, ttrc.
EXQUISITE SLATE MANTEL. S, i
DUCKETS, 11ASINS, HOWLS, Ac, fei
stotoHoomln llloomsburj;, on Main Mrcet. tcno-
fcJto fct. Paul's Kptscopal Church, (ilvo t Dent a ealll.' .'
AN ACTIAI, Ilt'flNrWJ INSTITITION A HI ,'
'mXdllAPllIO INKTITL'HJ. ?
For tnlormatlon call ut OUlte, er send lor Co iwit
Ayer's Oathaa'tio Pills,
I'or llie rellcT nnd
euro of all derange
menu In the limn,
nrh, liver, nnd bnvv.
t l, They nro ntulld
aperient, and nn
Heine l.tirelv vecc
J; table, they contain
ral whatever. .Much
pcrloti Rlckncps and
snlrcrltiR Is prevent"
cd bv their tlnielv
uoj nnd every family should havo Ihcmon liand
for their protection nnd relief, when required.
I.oiir expel lenco has proved them to bo tho fat
cut, mil est, mid hct or nit tho l'illf Willi which
tlio market abounds, lly their occasional uc,
tho blood Is nitrified, thu eoiruptlons of llie tvn
tern cxiclled, obstructions lemovcd, and Ilio
Wholo innehhicry of lll'o restored to its healthy
activity, Intel ti.il organs which bceonio rloftKcd
nnd Phipfflsh nro cleaiiFcd by Aucr I'll, and
rthnulalcd Into nctlon. Thus fnelplcnt illsonso
Is changed Into health, Ilio vnluo of vv hlch chance,
when reckoned on tho vast multitudes w ho enjoy
It, can hardly bo computed. Their 6itRar coating
tnnl.es them pleaiant to take, and preserves their
virtues unimpaired for any IctiKlh of time, so
that they nro ever froh, nnd perfectly reliable.
Although scarehlnir, they nro mild, nnd operato
w illioiit dlsturbaueo to tlio constitution, or diet, or
l'uil directions nro given on tlio wrapper to
each box, how lo uio them ns a Family l'liyslc,
nnd for the following complaints, which tlicso
Villi rapidly enrol
For lljipriulti or InillpftMloti, Jdsllrra
iir, I.uii(rur nnd J,o uf Aiii'tllc,tliey
ehnuld bo taken moderately to cumulate tho stom
ach, and restore Its healthy lono nnd nctlon,
For JLIvr Coiitithiliit nnd Its various nymp
toms, Jtllliiiis llruitiicUi', KIcU Until,
uclir, JmiiiiHcr or iJrcii Nlckiirni, llil,
Ifina C.illc nnd Itlllnii IVrern, they should
bo Judiciously taken for each case, to correct tlio
diseased action or rcmovo tho obstructions vv hlch
For Mynontflry or DlarrSiu-n, but ono
mild dose Is Kcticrnlly is .mired.
For lUinirmvf Ism. Clout, Ctratp, lu1,
llltatlon uf Hip Ellirt, Culll III tl:o
Nil!)', Iliith and l.iilns, they should bo contin
uously taken, ns required, to change tho diseased
action or tho system. v Itli such change llioso
for Iriiisy nnd llropslrnl Hiidllnic,
they should bo taken hi largo nnd frequent dotes
to produco tho effect or a drastic purge.
lor MupiirrHNlon. a largo dose should bo
taken, ns H produces tho desired effect by sym
pathy. As a Dinner VIII, tako ono or two J'lffj to
promoto digestion nnd relievo tho stomach.
An occasional doso stimulates tho stomach and
bowels, restores tlio appctltc,and invigorates Ilio
system, Ilcnco it Is oden ndvantageous whero
no serious derangement exists. Ono who feels
tolerably well, ollcn tlnds that a doso of tlicsa
rills makes him feci decidedly better, from their
cleansing and renovating effect on tho digestive
Dr. J". C. A YVlt ,t CO., J'rncflcof Chemists,
I.OWEZ.T,, M.IHS., V. S. A,
FOr. aAlX BV ALL DKUU013W tViyiYWUCIlB.
A pi II IC-T'.yt
KOU'JTXK IN IT. Every famllv bnvs ll.
.--UllI L.V .VL-eilLN. .AUUreSH. 11. U. VVAl.lkl.lI.
tJJOn DAILY TO ACiENTH. So new ar
iW)fCJ tlclesand the beat Family Paper In Amer
lea, with two V 'J Chroinos, free. AM. MTU CO.,
aiu liioauwnj, is, 1.
WIIKIlKVKlt IT HAS Ill-HX THIRD
has established ltsi lf ns n perfect regipnti r nnd ture
leineuy inr uisiirners in me sviaeiu uriMii: irom inv
pioperni'tlon ot the I.lver nnd llowels.
IT IS NOT A PHYSIC, but, by stimulating the se
cretive organs, gently and gradually removes all Im-
11111 lues, 111111 ii'"iu.uis uie enure sv si em.
IT IS NOT A i)Ot TOItlJD 111 1TE1W, hut Is a
which assists di.'estlon. nnd thus stimulates the nn-
pittto for rood necessary to lnv lsnrate tlio wenknehs
or huicHvo organs, and gives strength to all lie vital
IT OAllHIKS ITS OWN HKrOMM HNDATION, as
1110 inrgo anil rapiiuy increasing sales testiry, nice
ono Dollar n bottle. Ask-jourdrugsdstlorlt. JOHN
STON, 1IOI.I.0WAY K Co., Philadelphia, IM. Whole
tiuo jvgeius. -iw
THE COLUMBIAN '
Newspaper, tlio largest slieet imLlislicil in
Colnmliia county, neatly printed 011
New Type, will contain nil the current New
of the Day, and a condensed account of
LEGISLATIVE nml CONGRESSIONAL
with explanation and comments upon nil
important metuiiics proposed in cither:
POETRY AND SONG.
Will also engross n large proportion of its
DOMESTIC CONCEIiNS OF COLUMUIA
Will receive particular attention, nml nil
local jtllairs proper for publication will bo
carcfally laid before our readers.
THE POLITICS OF THE STATE AND
Will receive constant attention, and the
cltnracter and ollicinl comluct.of
"Will hf presented to our readers, from lime
tntimu, iu life-liku attitude and with entire
histico nnd firmness.
No frauds xliall bo committed upon tlio
l'eoplo or Wroiijrdona them without full ex
posiiro if the columin of IIioColumiiian
All olliuiiU coiiiity iidveiti.scmeiits appear
in Ibis pitjier, us will also intelligent synop
sis of tho proccediuss of tho Couits and tho
actions of tho Comity Ollicerd when of pub
Tho Columbian- already lias much tho
largest circulation of any paper iu tho coun
ty moro than tho combined circulation of
tho other papers and is tho only paper
piinted iu tho county thatsupports tho prin
ciples and time-honored usages of tlio Dem
ocratic patty. Its circulation and conscqtien
usefulncss may, however, bo much extendo
if its fiieiida will uo their Influcnco to stir
further add to its list of subscribers. At
additional patronage, will bo requited by im
proving tlio paper, by adding lo its editorial
and reportorial forco and increasing tlio
quantity of IU reading matter. As nn
Tlio Coi.UMUi.VN H iimipproachc4 lit this
quarter of tho State, and our
Aro superior to any other.
Our friends tire invited to call at tho oft,' 00
YtheuoYcr they coiojo tu illoGin&iurg.
Qvcv Thirty-four Competitor
RAIL ROAvD MEo TABLES
"PIIILADELI'IIA AND READING ROAD
NOV. Oth, 1S74.
TintNa I.KAVH ncrm-.T as iomows (simdavexclitxii
I'or New York, Philadelphia, Heading, I'oltMlllc
Tamanni, ice, 11,13 a. m
I'or catuwlssu, 11,33 u. m. nnd 7,no p. m.
I'or Vi'llliamsport, c,M n. m. and -i,M p. in.
TUAlSSI Olt Ill'l'KI'.T LEAVE AS FOLUIWF, (SCNI'AV K
Lcavo New York, o,no a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, P,15 a. m.
Lcavo Heading, 11,3 in, in., Pottsvllle, 12,10 p. m,
and Tamaipm, 1,30 p. m.
Mavo Catavv lssa, c,so a.m. and l,eo p. ta.
Leave Wllllamsport, s.so.i. m. and r.,eo p. ni.
1'assensers to nnd from New York nnd Philadel
phia go through without chango of cam.
j. 1:. wootiin,
May t, 1571 tf. General superintendent,
Tlmo-Tablo N'o. S'j, Takes encct nt 4:30 A. M
T1!L'I1S1)AY, DIX'CMIli;!! 10, lS7t.
in a j
12 1 '
a.m. p in. p.m,
..Pl.v mouth .lui.e,.
1 I ft
3 2 I
11 3 1
4 5 1
7 41 1'.' M
7 IS V! W
7 31 12 II
7 S3 12 r.n
7 10 12 30
7 15 12 ill1
7 ir. 12 K.
a aii 12 ni
a sr. 11 4fi
r. 24 11 311
r. 20 11 111
0 13 11 ti
r. us 11 17
c 01 11 11
r, t. i 11 02
.Iluidock's 1 nek.
Catavv lssa llrldge.
. Clark's Switch...
1 12 37
5 in 1,1 r.-
n -II 10 43
5 34 10 43
f. 311 II) 4'i
5 12 111 K2
f 1'2 111 12l
1 f.7 10 (IS,
1 411 9 5
Superintendent's Oflleo, Kingston,
, March 5, lstl.
COil PAN Y.
on and after November soth, 1S73, ttnlns will leav
bU.NDUUY us follows:
l.rlo ilall n.!0 a. m., arrlvo Hlinlra n.so a. m
" Canatidalgua... .1.3.11'. in.
" Hochester c.15
Magm-a u.10 "
Henovo nccommodatlon u.10 a. m. urrlvo Williams
I'l b l 111.
Lhnira -Mall 4.1.1 a. m., an Iv 0 L'lmlm 10.20 a. m.
HuH.do Hxprcss 7.15 a. pi. airlv 0 lluffalo s.to n. m.
uuuaio r;srres3 2.50 a. m. art iv 0 Hai rlsbuig 4.r,o a.m
" HaUhnoros.lo "
unuraiiaii 11.1.1 a. in., arrlvo HairlsbuigLtop. m
" WuMilngion io.r.0
" Ilalllmoro cso 1
" n-shlngton 6.30
Ilarrlsburg accommodation s.iop.m.artlvo Harris
bui'L' 10.50 11. m.
arrlvo Halt Imoro 2.25 n. in.
" Washington c.13 "
nrlo Stall 12.55 a. in. arrlvo llartlUiurgl'.tis a, 111.
" Washington 10.35 "
All dally except Sunday.
1). il. DOVD, Jr., General Passenger Agent
A. J. CASSATT, oeneral ilanagcr
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD,
Hiiladelplila & Krie I!. I!. Hivibiou.
SUMMER TIME TAIiLE.
N ami after SUNDAY. MAY 3il. 1R7.-.
y tho trains on the PJilladtlplda & L'rlo Hall
,,w.iu 1 u 11 111 I llll 113 lUllUlV b 1
I'A ST I.INi: leaves New York
" " " Plilluleliihla
" " " Ikilllmoie
" " ' Ilarrlsburg
" " nir.ut Willl.uii.-piiit
" " " Lock 11 iv en
" " " Hdhfuiile
KllinMAlLleavis New York
' niirrh.Lui.'...., ...
" " " Wllll.iinIoit ,
' Lock Haven
" " " Hiiiovo
" nir. at Pile
... 9 2.1 a. m
...12.55 p. m
... l.'.U p. Ill
... Mil p. Ill
,.. 8.15 p. in
..10.20 p. m
..11.50 p. m
NIAflAllAHXPIiKv'SloivesH'hlliulUphla . 7.40
' " li.'iiiiinuio 7.115
" iinirisiitiiir. . .lo.r-5
1111. 111 vviui.iiiis,nri i..',5
' " lKk Haven..,. 8.15
" " " l.'ellOVO -4.3U
KI.M111A il.ML loavoj Plill.idclnlila...,
" " " Hiiiilsljiirtr
" " mr.atiiiaiiisii,rt.
' Lock lluun...
, 8.0 1
. 8 311
PIllL'A ilXPIilwa leaves Ijick Haven. . .
" " . " wiiii.um-iiort.,
" " nrrlvesatlluirlshuiL'.,,.
" " " li.ililinoro
" " " PhUidelphla...
4 " " New Yoik
. R.40 . m
., 7,.'.'. a. in
.11 45n. m
.. U.15 p, m
., 3.35 p, m
. cup, m
.. 9.10 a, m
. in. 5 a. 111
.11 3.1 a. in
,. 3.00 p. m
C.20 p, iu
.. 9 15 p. in
,. C.35 p. Iu
HAY r.XPilllSS leaves ltenovo
" " " Lock II ivcn, .
;; " wiiuainspoit.
" " nrr.atllariUbiiiL'...,
" " " Piilladdiilila..
' " " New York
" " " Ilalllmoro
L'MEIIAIL loaves Hrlo
" " " Henovo
" " " L01 k Haven
' " " WlUUnieport
' " arr.nt lliribburg
" " " Halthnoru.
", " " l'titladehilila
" " " Now York
....11.20 a, ra
. .. S.25p. m
,. . 9.45 p. iu
... 10.50 p.m
7.35 a m
.... 0.1.1 a. in
., .,iu,lo a. iu
12.35 n, in
3.55 n. tu
7.35 a. Ill
7.19 a, in
10,25 a, 111
1'AHT LINU loaves Wllllamspoit
" " urr. at Ilarilsbiir.'
" " " PhlkiilelplUa
" " " New V01 k
s.'n1?,.5"."1 V.'1' iV'Wnn H-tliress Wekt, Hlniha
Sliill West 11 id Day Hxpiess Hast make clow eonnec
!eni.n 'huiiiu nand with U & 11. it, it. trains fur
Wllkos-liiiriu mid heranton.
Hilo ilull Wcht, Niagara HxprosB Wefct mil Hhnlra
"Hi'. &tn!TuX Nor'.rll" ut w W
,,)''" hill liifct nnd West, Niagara Hxprcss West,
9v.-...v ... ,u , aj 1.HU6U 1..1SI, 1I1IIKO ClOfcO
l-lt xVIiiUi-l't'k "lui!f " ,!' v- " ll.i trains.
iiiki Mill, lUIIIll IL UL I.I1U Ullll
iiMlus , m L s. & i . s. it it., m cojry with t". c. A.
at iiilitvuiod vvlih A. lt. 11. " 'v 1 1 BUU
mIm,1"1!"" 1V between Philadelphia nnd
llll ainsporton Mnifurn Hxiness Wr.t.lW 1 luu
Wu'.t, 1'lilladiilp da Lxpr.'.ita .t and Hay ISxprebS
Last, bliephitJCur-ionullullittruluH. ' '
V M A HAI lill'IKT
I,ANK KOTES.vlili vr without cxuniiliuu
- - T". s.,W
In mprtclty nm! (ixctllcnco by finy oilier". Awanlp.1
" DIPLOMA OP HONOR
VIENN PARIS, 1867.
nMI V Amrrlmn Orgnn crcr aw.inleil any meMl
UilL i In Europe, dr vvhlch prwfnt pncli rxtniorill
nury cxnllrnm ns t" command 11 Ma udo there,
ftl HI HVP niTW.lM lilslidft prrmlnm nt In.hii
ALlI A I O trlnl ExiKisltlonn, In Ann He w til ns
"nfipc. ("it of biin.lnsH tluro trnvo not bran 1 In
all whero nny other organ, lmto L1s.11 prcfnrnl.
DCCT Dcclnrcl by Kmlnrnt Mulclm;, In both
DUO hTOlifKN bi ho uiirlynleil. Sea
ILSIIVONIAIj ClttaW, An, with opinion of more
Uun One Tliousniid (sent free).
IHPtPT on hnvlmt n Mnon St llnmlln. .Do net
IflO O I take any other. nl'r 0" ixiiorn com.
Mi'moxs M ccllta I'tfcrlor oiijiii, nml for Mil
reaion often Irtl ten; A'lnl l tell tumetMna cm,
lirill PTVI HP wlthmoft linimrtinit Imnrovo
ntll 0 ULo menu ever tnado. .ey
Siiio niiil ;(.iiitliintl'n Nlop. Snpcrh
Ktnsoro nnd other Cnnch ot new lelt;ii.
PIANO-HARP CABINET ORGAN &
fiulfiitocombumUon of tlicoinstrumrnts.
pajmentsi or rcnusl unlil rent payii fur tho orEn,
flATM flPIICP mil Clrculmn, with fullinrllc
UA ALUuUCO Ulan, free. Aililrrs,MA&ON A
HAHf.lN I OIllIA N l.'0., 151 Trrmnr.t, Blrcct, 110
TON", 25 Union feline, WBV YOItlCi tr W il W
Adams St., CHICAGO,
MASON & HAMLIN
MAY BE OHTAISIH) AT
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
li. Bo FOWEIiiL,
Ornrint Agent atso for tho cctcbratetl
I. K. iITL,L"EK,
Dealer in nliovo Instruments.
HOLLIES & HOLMES
No. 17 Ccntro stro .
3.FS Gas anfl. Steam Fi
J? X jCSI" "W 3L E3
(lAI.VASlZHI) IliON C011NICC,
Wire Trellises, &c. Dealers in Stoves, itang
os, Iiriinees, llaltimoro Heaters, Low Down
Grates, Mantels, PUMPS, Weather Strips,
of thelatert doshin. Pprtlal nltrntinn paid to re
luilrliij; Sewing Machines of every description, scales,
Lochs, Hell IhiiiKln;, Hey ritllnjf, fee. ITlvnlo liesl
ilcnces Heated by Mourn at a small cost above Hot
J. II. STECKER'S
Krcamcr's old staud on Iron Street, between Second
All kinds of grain taken In exchango for coal.
J. II. STI.CKHH,
Mar. 10-lf liloomsburg Pa.
Jj proved crci'illililt
vvuon Pl'MP Is the 110
l.iiiivvleilsed slaiidard of
Ilio Market, by popular
vi nllel, the best liuiup for
tholcast money. Attention
S Is Invited to Hlntehlej 's Improved llrnck-
K, ei, uie Drop eini n vtuve, wnicli
v. lthdravv 11 vv Ithoul illsl iiibln.
,8Sl "5 and the Conner chamber which never
RS -iW-, ''racks, scales iii'iiisLsiind will last 11 llfo
rf53A9,'i) ,llm;- I'or halo by de.deis and tho Irailo
i-icr M generally. In order tobohuro Ihatjou
JSiStJ tret Hhib lilej's pump, bo cjn ful and wo
(li.itli lusiu) trade markns above. If you do not
kiio'.v whero to buy, deserlptlvi thcuhus, linplher
vv li 1 he naiae and nddi ess of the nBent nearest ytu
will be furiitslieci i,v uriitn-sslntf with stamp,
CHAS. 0. liL.VlCHLI'.Y, Manufacturer,
mm, CoinmiTco st Philadelphia,
von had: nv
J. SOSUYLEB & SOW, Eloomcbum, Pa.
ihu eh 5 '75 tin
(1KNT.S WAXTi:i).-Atllio ralo tills work
11 now biiutii; it win attain a salo of
!"i(P1J,im """"'""l" complete. PreMivterlan inln-
J?t ? 1"' ''" If. r thoso In 111 health vino
...,,i ,!" ' ' i ""' exeri iae, Kiimetus, lay
;; l'' ,Jlhersvvhoili.Jro to uhiuhi Hicrallvu ein-
Vil.;i . iini'eviuuuT ueeuiiauoii, uro so
licited tu apply for an airency to tell
"Till: HISTORY OF THH PRKSI1VTK.
niAN ciiuiicii TimouanouT
A hnnilllflll irtrtm nnlntn lli..,i...... ....
Jlcroceo jj. Applications for cxcluslvo teirllory
ShOUldbomni nnr. n.ien A.l.lrLa
I)K WITT V. LHN'i' t CO..
Dec 83, It-cm. 410 Hrooinu street, New Vork.
A Fortune For $1.
of each'monn. m ' Smi '
t ai l In full, nnd no dedueilous capital (tut. if o chhi !
i-eeoud (Hit. JJi.uoo : Third, ti m , lv.i.Vii,' .1.;, ,,..!
1'inh, tB.oeoi kimii, J5,oooj bcfctdes 70,07a' imiiUtr
, ino nun i:trar.rdluary will poMtlvcly draw on
dintiuntlfiB to tliuhiwi, w hlch H paid t5 llcte hoi m
i'f..Vilt,1,,,,,rvi1.'K-'"lltHl5" H ( bin ten d 'ythJ
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