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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA,
ANIIKIi SMUT AND ANIIKI, IlKATll.
IIY T1I.I.IK l.AllllACll.
Early In tlio Bpoolflt-it evening tlio Ang,e.l
Bleep called fur tlio Angel Dcatli. Tlio
truth Is Angel Bleep hail noticed ninny
things hft wished tlio Angel Death to ex
plain. An they net out, Angel Sleep ink 'd
Angol Death whom ho would rather visit
Unit, to which Angol Death replied ; "pleaso
yourself and H will bo my pleasure." Then
tlio Angol Sleep amwercil "thoro is a little
boy, 11 lovely one, wllh curly linir, nnd
deep bluo oyef, and skin, 0, so lllto tlio dell
cuto lily. When my eyes aro hungry for the
beautiful, I look on him. llo is not only
beautiful, but so amiable, no gentle, I lovo
to visit him ; but I often find him in tears,
and it Is long cro I can send him to tho
fairy land of dreams. I often woudcr why
that gentle child should havo ao much Bor
row. I thought you must bo lurking round,
idavinc with his tender heart Hiring, lltit
now I know you to bo too good : Tell mo
all you know of him, you aro to who.
"Thero my brother" said tho Angel Death
for they wore now In tho child's room. ThU
is Indeed a lovely child, and I too havo of
ten feasted my eyes upon his beauty. Hut
if you would know tho causo of his tears,
look at his littlo feet, bruised, chatted and
Koro from going barefoot, and, nlso, list lo
his breathing and that cough, if rough,
indeed, it may bo called, nnd not a conviil
hivo whistle. Exnosuro bears hard upon
that fair, fragllo ilower too dclleato by lar to
cndiiro tho scorching rays of tho nun and
tho wind's rudo bla.sK I do not lurk around
it: but I do limier near him llie.ro is a
garden, brother Angel Sleep, wlicro purest,
faircst,falntest, fragile llowcrs bloom. Where
tho hot tempered sun Is not their guardian ;
or passloualo winds their warden. Neither
is thero ugly worm to gnaw their roots but
whoro Uioy may afcly, Hweetly bloom on
forever, kopt and now riched by tho King of
bcautr : Say. brother Angol Sleep, would
you not this flower bo transplanted thither."
"I would, indeed, 0, good Angel Death
Hut why aro his leet no soro, and why ?"
"I will toll you," interrupted tho Angel
Death. "his parents aro too poor: or too
caroleua to buy shoes for tho child, and
though thoy lovo him, (after n fashion of
thoir own) ho must go without shoes, and,
too, ho must cat coarso food for they cannot
procure tho dolicacics ho should havo."
"And now," said tho Angol Sleep (m y
readers must know while. Angel Death nnd
Angel Sleep woro talking of this littlo boy
they visited thousands of whom they did not
Rjvoalc at all. Perhaps they would liko to
know their exact position, or attributes, or
power; but I cannot,posltivcly,promi3o them
when I can tell.) Sco there, as ho pointed
to a young girl who though It was nigh
morning was still seaming on an olaborato
garment sco that beautiful girl ; twenty
moons ago I usod to find her In yon mansion
wearing almost such garments as nho is now
making and seemingly happy as a bird,
Then tho roses played over hor cheoks, but
now ;tho lilly supremely roigns over her
visage. What wrought such chango, brother
Angel Death ?
Ah, tho story so oft repeated by mortals.
Tho father found refuge benoath my wing.
I carried him to tho tomb. O, how gladly
did he look on tho prospect of rait. His
property was seized by his creditors ; thoao
to whom It rightly belonged. Thero was
nothing for tho poor dclleato girl. So sho
must support herself and a sickly mother
by tho work of her own hands. I!ut now
send her to tho fairy land of dreams and on
the morrow when tho glorious ltulcr of day
has finished his work on this sido of Ilis
garden, wo will meet again and seo her take
tho garment home and hear the kind words
of encouragement sho will rcccivo from tlio
saintly lady to whom it belongs.
"Ah,"cxclaimcd tho Angel SIccp,''sco sho
enters tho back way, surely sho knows the
Just at that moment tho sweetest music
greeted their'eara. Tho Angel Sleep stood
as if enchanted for a moment. Thon ho
glanced In tho princely parlor and O,
what splendor greeted his view! Tho bright
golden chandaliers. Tho cllcgante wrought
furniture. Tho carpet, O, such carpet
Brussels? No, but a very extraordinary
pattern A very volvct pilc,with (lowers 0110
might almost fancy to bo real and tho
windows graced with, O, such delicate cur
tains held back by human hands. No, but
by tho sculptors best representations of
humanity. Hut I must not thus digress;
but follow tlio lady of those, princely rooms
as sho majestically bwocpb toward tho
kitchen to meet her drcea-maker.
"Ah t" sho says, haughtily, as sho meets
tho girl, "you havo brought it at last, I
greatly feared I would not get it to-night.
One does not know who to trust," nnd was
about toleavo tho kitchen when tho sowing
girl (sweet lady) Angol Sleep called her,
timidly asked If sho could pleaso pay her
that night as sho was really In great need.
To which my lady Coraclla, replied, not a
littlo uncrlly, sho would cxamino tho work
first and seo if sho was entitled to any pay.
Saying which sho unfolded tho garment and
examined It, O, how beautiful it was, and
how tastily trimmed. Uut It did not seem
to pleaso my lady Coraolla. This flounce
was too deep. That cord too large, that
"gulpuro" not properly set, tho slcovcs
were trimmed n full half inch too low. In
deed, sho was aggrioved, injured and ought
to rocorer damages ; but as sho know the
girl was almost n beggar, sho would pay hoi
four dollars. Hut then sho must not expect
her to hothor, Mr.'.rhlllips that night, and
sho had not tho money by her. So saying sho
haughtily swept from tho kitchen. And tho
sowing girl pale, weary, disappointed and
almost heart broken returned to her sick
And when near tho hour for tho removal
of the somhro robo and silver decked turban
of night, tho Angol Bleep and Angol Death,
visited my lady Cornelia. Her palo weary
face did not call forth one spark of sympathy,
oven from tho breast of tho philanthropic
Angel Slocp,for although ho had long siuco
learned that sorrow sorrow no matter
whether real, or fancied, ho had yet to learn
that pain and weariness are pain and wear!
new, no matter if deserved or undeserved.
And now Angel Death reminded Angel
Sleep it was tiino to part for tlio night.
Tho Angel Sleep requested they might
meet again as soon as possible.
To which tho Aiigcl Death replied "Asl
when tho next golden light illuminates tlio
earth Nay ovon already has tho Babbath,
tho soventh day of rest, beguu, Wo will
where men meet by hundreds to prepare fur
tho time when I shall carry their bodies to
tho laud of tho dead and waft their spirits
to the land whero thero Is no need of tho
light of the sun, neither of tlio moon, to
Kliino In it, for tho glory of Clod did llghton
It, And tlio tomb Is tho light thereof.
Angel Bleep's work for that night being
of tho meeting and eagerly watched Tor
Angel Death to come, which ho did as soon
in tlio congregation had nscmblcd, and
vtigel Sleep and Angel Death entered tlio
templo together and sat whero they cotliu
seo all but were of rouro Uicmtclvoi in
Tho Angel Slccp'scyes naturally wandered
from ono to tho oilier, lo find hit former ae-
lualntances. And whero Im recognized tho
littlo hoy whom ho and Angel Death hnd
vUited tho night before, hU surprise, know
no bounds. Theio In a cushion pew sat the
boy looking indeed moro llko a seraph than
a child of earth. Droned in puro whllo
relieved only by a bluo ribbon at hla throat
and band around lih hat of the same hue,
and tho dclleato gaiter boots in which his
poor bru!t.ed chapped fot wcio encased.
And tho parents and other members nl tlio
family Hut what need to describo them,
enough to say their dress might have cost a
hundred dollars c and still havo been re
Tho Angel s!e p was mi astonuhed lie
could not sneak and looked blankly at
Tho tranquil Angil Death said why my
brother such is life. 1 told you tho tiuth,
when I told you his pareuU think they aro
too poor to buy shoes for tho child to wear,
those delicate gaiter boots aro for Sunday
show and not. mr weir, ijook mere v mu
Tho Angel Sleep did as ho was bid. Tho
H.iinl-liko lady dressed in tho elaborate silk
lrosalho scwltis irirl had returned to her
tho night previous. How beautiful, indeed,
it looked, witli that elegant shawl, the latest
from 1'aris. And bonnet, too, to match a
bonnet of the richest velvet, trimmed with
ribbon and feathers held by a pin of burn
And t.eo the lady Coraclla opens her gold
edged hymn book, and hark, sho joins tho
congregation In a hymn of devotion, and
(0, consistency how beautiful thou art)
sings as loudly as her tightly laced cornets
"Lot worldly minds tlio world pursue
It has no charm for me.
Onco I admired its trifles too
Hutgraco hath set me free."
And then the prayer, at tho closo of which
all join, my lady Coraella not excepted, and
repeat with tho pastor; "Our Father who
art In heaven, hallowed bo thy name. Ah J
kingdom como. Thy will bo done on earth
as It is In lwaven. Oivo us this day our
daily bread, and forgive us our tresspasses as
we forgivw those who tresspass against us,
Lead us not into temptation ; but deliver ns
from evil: for thino is tho kingdom tho
power and glory, forever, Amen."
After they arose, Angel Sleep asked Angol
Death: "Whero is tho sweet lady" wo
watched last night. "Sho is not here brother
Angel Sleep," replied tho Angel Death "Sho
is watching her mother whom I shall soon
carry from this beautiful wilderness of pain
and sorrow." Hut 'lis well for tho soul that
it sutrers now. And, too.for you swett lady.
that alio must sutler to-day To purify tho
gold from dross it must bo put through a
Hut, said the Angel Sleep, to think of that
lady trcatlnghorso harshly (Sending hcrhomo
last night without a penny and then pretend
ing to bo a christian O, I can never forgivo
her. If I were not obliged I would never
visit her again. "Do you remember our first
meeting?" said tho Angel Death, Had I at
that timo been clad in gorgeous apparel and
yon in a moro humblo garb, do you, verily
believe you would have dared reproach me
Tho Angol Sleep looked abashed for ho
knew ho would not. Then tho Angel Death
continued "did you not, too, repeat Forgive
uh our tresspasses as ,wo forgivo thoso who
tresspass against us ?" '
Aim nt Peaches.
Tin: or.nnn of tump, comino.
Tho 77t gives a full account of tho
peach crop, with tho order in which they
ripen and nro sent to market.
Although a few premature peaches have
been shipped from points on tho peninsula.
tho markctiug of tho fruit will not begin tin
til the middlo of next week, with the first
shipment of the Hales. Tho present wcath
cr Is very favorablo for this variety, which
rots cosily with rain, and is always picked
grcon to provent this. It is likely there will
ho a largo yield of Hales nnd they will be
tho most remunerative of any variety to tho
growers for several obvious reasons. I havo
taken the troublo to obtain a carefully ar
ranged estimate of tho yield of each variety.
and tho 1 laics arc put down at 300,000 bask'
ots. They nro not n very excellent pencil.
though demanded with eagerness as tlio first
tasto of tho year. When tho Hales havo all
bocn marketed an interval of two or thrco
days will occur, when tho "Tropny" a very
excellent variety of white peach will como
on about tho 6th of August, of which it i
estimated 600,000 baskets will reach the mar
kets. Following this, August 15th, is tho
"Early York" variety and its genus, tho most
delicious nnd best ilavorcd of all tho yield
a juicy, rcd-whito peach. Along with it,
and only nn offshoot from tho York, is tho
new variety, tho "Mountain Hose." About
a million baskets of York and Hose will bo
shippcil. When the Yorks havo been nl
most exhausted, about August liOth, tho first
of tho delicious yellow poaches, the Karlv
Crawford, a largo variety, will begin to
pear. With these and much llko thcni, but
larger in fact tho largest peaches grown
some of them measuring twenty Inches i
clrcumforcnco will appear tho Susquehanna
and tho Kecvcs. They nro all offshoots of
tho old Malaccatown fruit. Thcso peaches
nro considered tho nepliu ultra of tho fruit,
and always command tho very best of prices,
Quito a good crop of them was grown this
year, and they will he plenty. Seven hun
drcd thousand baskets will bo shipped. Tho
growers will send this fruit to Kurope on tho
Pennsylvania lino, if practicable. Immcdl
ately followiug these, near tho first of Soj
tember, will como tho "Oldtnixou" and tho
"Stump of tlio World," a largo white peach
llieroaro moro of this variety of peaches
than any other, and whenever a glut has oc
curred in tho market previously, it has been
miring tho shipment ot thcso peaches,
When they ripen fruit will bo very chcao.
and It is not unlikely that on account of low
prices tho growers will refuso to ship any
moro until they havo disappeared. Not
loss llian two million baskets, and pobably
moro, of this class of fruit will beshljipcd,
(lencrally, when tho Mixou havo been dis
posed of, an Interval of some days occurs bo
lero shipments aro again heavy, when tho
lata "Crawford" appear, of which there aro
a great many. Thoy como on about Septem
ber fall, nnd about a million and a halt will'
bo marketed. When they disappear tho
"Ileupens" and "Ked Hare Ulpes," a mealy,
dry peach, of only medium nuality, begin to
coma mi and coutlmio until bcpteuihor 1Mb,
after C0O.000 havo been shipped. Then tho
"Smock," tho best peach to keep sound nnd
much used in canning, will como on, Thcso
eachcs aro generally very profitable, as thoy
keep well ami may bo re-shipped after a tew
days delay. Many of them this year will be
sent West and to Kuropo. They aro not a
very juicy or first class peach, but on ac
count of their solidity nro much grown, and
not loss than 120,000 will ho sent from tho
Peninsula. Thcso generally closo up tlio
heavy shipments, only
n,MriliAd fwinlnir fut ami i
jnly a few small white
rmmnlllntr until f li.
WI1AT I KNOW A1J01IT VKHKTINK,
South lionTON, May t, lsio.
It If a-rttvfr ,
Rns. 1X11. I
1 navn linn consnicronin o.m" r L"
Si. vmmv,w rn, riviv.n1ft. irencrnl ilrhllltv flTKl
Hln...1ftwi .ia-ma I nnnerlnr tonnvthllllf
Mcl Tfi f tor ur1. I commenced lotaho VroK
m t bonl iho middle i Ut winter, anil, alter tislnir
t ttw bottles, It. tnttreiy cured inn ui upepsia, mm
my .Mood neiTcrviiui InatimoCl condition as tit tlio
'f'SPIir; Umfl. IS WHI nuru Hlw I'lmnini i" KiiiJt.'ij
urther prUeu1r relatt Hi what I know about
this Rood medicine to any mr who will caller an
litem me at ray residence, Athens HtrceL
very ri'siM'i i inn.
8VI Alliens MU'cct.
viriiMM'iini nf nMK tlto. rhunirof food nnd
wind from tho tom!u:h, acidity of t hoKtom.ieh, henrl
Mirn, dryness and whiteness ot tho tnnt?uo In tho
mnrnln, muso of distension In tlv Miiinach and
howels, Boroctlmon rtiuiMlnu ind puln; cmttfoness,
whicn is occasionally lnicrrmueii uj uiuiiuh., uiu
nessof theurlno. Thu inoulhln i-Uratny, or has a
sour or hitter taste, other trcuiiPBt Kjiuiitoius nro
watornrann, ivumtauon oi in" iivun. w-wvwun, mm
disorders of the senses, M wcltijr double, clc. Them
Is L-eneral debility, languor and avt rslon to motion :
dejection ot tho krlrlts, illbturhed Meep, and frlght
Gainod Fiftoen Pounds of Mosli.
hoittii HRnwifit. Mr.. Jan. 17. ISTJ.
II. H. STf.vr.xs, Est). : ...
near Sir -I hare had dyspenalaln ltswor.it form
for ths last ten years. andhac tascn hundreds of
dollars' worth of medicine without obtaining nny
relief, in fieptcmbcrlasl tcommeneed taklnif tho
VmiETixr. since which time my ueau n nna meuuiiy
.My ioou uigcain ivcu, nnii i uiivn iiii-"
pounds of flesh. Thero nro scleral others In this
placo taking Vkuetink, nil havo obtained relief.
TIIUHAH K. iUUUlii;,
Oterseerot card room, Portsmouth Uo'.s., .Mills.
All Disojiaos of tlio Blood.
If Veiibtisi will relieve nata. cleanse, purify ami
cure such dlse.vs, restoring tho patient to perfect
lioaiih utter into,? iiinvrent nnvs ci.ins. many leme-
rtlcs, surfcrlnir for years, it Is not concluslte proof. It
ounroa sufferer, you can Is) cured 7 Why Is this
iiH'dtclno tH'rformlnif such great cures 7 It works In
tho blood, la tho ctrcuimtiiir fluid. It can truly ho
called tb (rent Jllont J'mlfler. Thn im at sourco
of illncaso originates In tho blood: and no medltlno
that ihvs not act illreclty upon It, lo purify and ren-
tiT.iw, mls nny jusLi'iaiui unm uiu pnuui; uueiiuuu,
ClNCINSATt. NOV, 2C, 1S72.
Ma. It. It. Rtrvpks!
Dear S r Tho two nolt csor vkiiptink rurnisneii
ni9 by j our agent my wlto has used with great uene.
tit. For a long time sho has been troubled with dlz
rluesannd costlveness: thi'so troubles arc now on.
ttrelv remned ltv tlmlisn of Vkoktinr.
She w as also troubled with dyspepsia nnd general
ueuuiiy, anu nas ucen greuiiy ih.'iiciiiu:u;
ii'JJX WiUnut Street.
Mr. If. It. NrRTRNfl!
Hear Hlr I w 111 moat cheerfully ntid my tesi imony
to tho great nuinlieryou havu already rceelvvtl in
favor oi your great and good mcdlelne, Vkoki ink, for
I do lot think cnuugh cm m Bald in Its praise, for I
was troubled over thirty jenrs with that dreadful
illseaso. Catarrh, and h.ulHUch liadeoiighlng sik'IIs
t hat It would seem a.s thoiifjhl could never breath
uuv moro, and Vmirtink has cunnl mo: and I do
feel to thank lod nil tho thuo that thero Is no good a
medlcluo as Veurtinr, and I also think It ono of tho
boat medicines for coughs mid weak Hlnklng feel
ings nr. ino siomaeu, auil uuviao overi iio,iy 11, him'
Iho Vfjiktinr, for I can ns.iuro them It Isono of tho
XtuiA roodlchies that pter was. Mils. I,, (loin:.
Corner Mngailuo and Walnut Htroela, C'ainbildge,
ciiiRtxsTOK. Mass.. March 10. vteo.
II. Tt. Stivrns:
This Is toerUfy thntl havo usod your "luoon rrciv.
amtlon"(VwiRTiNB) la my family forsoveral yuarn,
ana think that, for scrofulaor Cankerous Humors or
llheumattc atleetlons. it cannot noeiceiieu: anil ns
a blood purltler and spring tncdlclno It Is tlio txist
thing lever used: and lhac used almost every
thing. I can cheerfully recommend It to any ono in
need of such a medicine, yours respectfullj
id of such a medicine, lours respectruiiy,
19 Uussoll btrect.
Vogotino is Sold by All Druggists.
EW STOCK OF CLOTIIINa.
Gentlemen's Dress Goods.
Invites attention to his large and elegant stock ot
top aM Fasliionable Clotliing,
;at his store on;
MAIN STREET, IN TIIU NEW BLOCK,
whero ho has Just received from Now York and rail
(adelphla a full assortment of
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including tho most fashionable, durnblo and
AND OIL CLOTH,
COATS AND PANTS,
OF AT.Ii BOUTS SIZES AND OOLOIIS,
JIo has also rorlenlshed his already largo stock of
clotu3 and cassimeites,
Fill I ITS,
Ha has constantly on hand a largo and well select
ed assortment ot
Cloths and Vostings,
which ho la rroparcd to make to order Into any Ulna
of clothing, on very Bhort notlco, nnd la .the best
manner. All his clothing is made, to wear and most
of it la of homo manufacture.
UUIiI) WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
OV EVKItY DESCItimON, PINK AND CHEAP
IIISCA8EO? JEWKLltY JS NOT BUIU'ASSICD IN
CALL AND EXAMINE HIS (J1SN UltAL ASSOHT-
Clothing, Watchoo, Jowl
TN 'Villi IfATTEIt Or TIIK TIT.MT
I Potato of I'hiun Miller, late of Centra township,
Culumhla county, iliiceJiicd.
llvle on heirs to neccpt or rtjuse the J!tal Ibttite at
tlte talmtion or iIuao cauae xihy the tame tlxndd
not vc tout,
,f?,10 commonwealth of rennsjlvanla to r.cnjamln
Mllh r, Harriot Ilrclich, Mary Ann f angles, Ueglna
aaid Philip Miller, ilnceasod. Yomiuit nachof you
oru heroliy coinmaudcd Ui ho and upwar Ix foro llw
Orphans' Court of aald county, to Im held at liloom.
burg, on Uio cth nay ot boptombor, A. I)., IMS, Uien
anathoro toauoentor refusulo taico the real cistaUi
of aald 1'hlllp Miller, docoouod, ul llio upirulb.l
valuu. orahuw caumiwhv Uuihiune tdould not ho
The Columbian Printing Estaly
lishmcnt is amply siii"pliocl with
the necessary Presses, Types and
other material for executing all
kinds of Printing at low rates and
in tho most expeditious and satis
CALL AT THE
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When special nmterinl is required
it will bo promptly obtained.
Books and Pamphlets,
Hand-Bills and Dodgers,
Largo and Small Posters,
Letter and Bill Heads,
Envelopes with Business Cards,
Bussines?, Pie Nic, Wedding nnd
Programmes, Bills of Faro, t&c.
Will all bo supplied and excuted
in superior style, at cheap
rates nnd short notice,
Tho best workmen aro employed
and tho best material will
nlways bo furnished.
A liberal share of public patron
ago is respectfully solicited.
Bix)OMBiiuito, June 18,1875.
ULIAS MUKDEN HALL
H AVI Nil iciMiincd Iho business of Mt rehmi'
discing at his Old Moro, on
MAIN fJTIlliHT, ltLOOMSIlLJUO,
NKAU T!!H t'OUKS IIOTKI,
Poshes to call tho attention of his frlemU nnd the
NEW, 1'ULI, AHD VAIIIE1)
STOCK OF GOODS,
And solicits aeharo of public patronage
HIS STOCK CONSISTS 01'
HOOTS ft SHOES,
1'I.OUI! AND V1XD.
Iu connection wllh his stock of Xtircnandlso ho
constantly keeps on hand In his yard.
A FULL STOCK Ol'
and Undressed. Lute,
AND SIIINOI.ESOl' IttSMANUEACTillUC
Bill Lumber nuulc u Hpecitility.
CAM, AND SEE.
I11EAD Y MADE
UK II AS THE
FINEST GOODS, LATEST STYLES,
i AND lairLOYSTHE
TorOood FltHnnd Promptness In nuuig orders
thero Is tho place to go.
His goods aro selected with care and his CUSTOM
WOlti; will coraparu favorably with tho best effort
of tho fashlonablo City Dealer.
UH KEEPS A LAUGH STOCK OP
BOYS' & HILDBEN'SLOTHIM
At Astonishingly Low rrlccs.
A. J. EVANS.
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
T7"M. F. IiODINE, Iron Street below sec-
ti onu. itioonibourtr. i a, is iircoarcu xouu iu
i Kiuus or
In Iho hcBt Myles, at lowest prices,
and at short
Parties having such wor to do wll save money by
work warranted to glvo (satisfaction,
TO, F. LODINE.
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Will 1 Issued on Saturday, March soth, weekly
thereafter, containing all Important news of tho
week, and coinploto Miirkot and 1'lnauclal lleporta.
Mailed, for one year, iioMago (rue, at tho fouowlag
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i t:opiH ..,..,
A.'lVKUf IHKM HNTS twenty-llvo centH per lino.
luunllniioea should l) inaduby UrulUur 1'oatOf.
nu. ii ctuuui NnomiiMjwij
la tldoly known
ns ono of tho most
ever discovered for
eleanfint; tho pvs
tem and inirlfylii
thu hlood. It has
6tood tlio test of
yenrs, with n con
dlantly growing rc
utation, baited on its
lntrin!o virtue, and sustained hy Us re
markable euros. So mild as to ho safe and
beneficial lo children, and yet po pearehlng
ns lo cllocluallT purge out the j;ivat cor
ruptions of the' Wood, Mich as the scrofiiloui
and syiihllitio eontanilnalton. Impurities,
or diseases lliat have lurked in the system
lor years, noon yield to Una iiowerlul anti
dote, and dlsaiwar. Hence ita wonderful
cuies, many or which nro jmhlicly known,
of Scroftllit, and all scrofulous diniafes,
Ulcers, ICruptioiif, nnd crupUvu dis
onlers of tho skin, Ttlfnors, Iilntclics,
Jtolls, l'lmplcfl, lii9tuleA, SorcA.St.
Antliony'n Tre, or I3ry5ii(v
liu, Tetter, Salt Klicttm, .Scnltl
llciMI. KinuVTOrin, ami internal Ul
ccrntloiLi or tlio UUiriifi, Stoiiiueli,
and Ijlver. It also cures other com
plaints, to which it would not seem csiucl
ally adapted, such as Dropsj', Wyspcp
Kits NcurnlfUi,IIeart Disease,
X'emnio wenuness, jieniuiy, and
Ij(!llcorrli(C!l, when they aro manifesta
tions of tho scrofulous poiioas.
It is an excellent restorer of health nnd
strength in tho Spring, lly renewing tlio
appetite and vigor of the digestive organs,
it dissipates the depression and lisllets lan
Riiorol tho season. Kven whero no disorder
for cleansing tho blood. Tho system moves
on wiui rcnoTVii vjgur turn n uuw loitwj ui
rnBPARnn n v
n. i r avcd . nn i ,..ti Mn
ui, jivinitnu vju,j luvvuii, niui3i,i
1'racUeal ruui Annlitlail ClmntiU.
BOU) IIY AIJ. DItOCIOISTd EVEliYWIIEItEL
A. UEA-AY STOCK,
unearier tnan iiiven
Q TI All T T 171? fir SfYW
KJ. XI, ULXUULmLM XI K)JX
Have Just llcccivcd
tho largest and best tupply ol
CHEAP AMD' FASHIONABLE
They have ever offered to their friends and cus
(Jlotlis, (jassimercs, and Satinetts
for MEN'S WEAK,
fllntliu Alminnci Mm-inncj
for LADIE'S WEAIl,
OAIilCOKS, MUSLINS, C'AiinUICS,
ami every variety of Dry Goods desired,
Carpets, Mats, Ottomans,
in great variety and at the
LOWEST CASH Pit ICES.
including all the varieties of
COb'EEES, TEAS and SUGARS,
I and a general supply of articles useful for the
table always on hand.
CALL AND SEE,
Country produce of all kinds taken in cx-
cliango for goods at cash prices.
Oct. co.'7l tt
T. II. IxUJN TOJN. JbTOprietOr,
MAIN STrtKET, HKhOW MAltKHT.
Manufacturer of and Letder in all lAndi d
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
WousothOhestAMI'.ltlCAN and ITALIAN Marhlo.
He has on hand and f urulshes to order
UUNS, VASICS, Ac.
Rverv variety of Marhlo cutting nealh executed at
tho lowest market prices.
A long practical experience and personal attention
to business makes Iho proprietor lonlldcnt of giving
Hatlffmtlon. All orders by mall promptly intended
u. i'. o. nox vji.
Itn?"Ar. 11. Work dttifcrtd free if tliAinje."ut.
Aug. 21, '74-ly. T. U HI1NTON, Proprietor.
I -fro'i Street, between Mum and Third Streets
IA, lilnds oi Eiirnitiir niado to order and
hioken furniture neatly rcnalied. Thu duality I
iiiidprlcoHof his work will comnaio who any tna I
can im produced anil no I'esiK'Ctiuiiy bouciisii suaru
01 puuno patronage.
win lioonrefiillvonil nmmntlv attended to. Vhen
called uiHin during nny hour of tlio duy or night ho
ulll ut onco respond nnd lay out tho dead, when
femato help In buck eases li desired ho will fuudah
Ready Made Coffins
both of WOOD and METAI.I.IO WAltn nlwajs on
tuuia. no is aiso ino ino hoib propneior iu uiooms
buxg and surrounding districts for
Taylor's Patent Corpw Preserver
lly which n corpso may lio purely nnd carefully pro
nerved In leo for anyneslrablo length of llmo. Tho
uiuot IholTcserver may In) obtained from lit in at
any time, hearts, rihrouds, O'.oveo nnd Mourning
for lXKirs furnished when rwiucbtcd. Also, HJlAItsK
and CONVEYANCES furnished
bSS'Rememler he is a liegular Underlain
and thoroughly understands Ms businss, lit
will not be undersold by uny in llloomsburg or
in the county. JtOIIUHT KOAN.
Dec. u, 'T-iy
AN J ACTUAL I1CBINDW INSTITUTION AND
For InfononUon CM at onico, or fiend for Coixiiaa
w SClLBS. .ntf
Vvbr5 .1873 nATrttJT n
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
TH1i,AIKI,1'11A AND KHADINCI KOAi
AV 1 NTKU A 111 I A NO KM KN'T.
NOV. 9th, 1x71.
TKAINH l.tlAVE liri'KUT A3 10I.I.01V8 (TJiPA V EXCKI TKIi
For Now Vorlc, I'ldladelphla, Heading, 1'otlMlllo
Tainaqua, Kc 11,93 a. m
For Catawlaia, 11,XI n. hi. and 7,Sf. 1. hi.
For WllllauLsiHirt, (i,ss a. in. and 4,(i p. in
TllAtNS-OK IIITFUT l.KAVR AH I'OI.UmS, (Sl'NI'AV l'X
Iavo New York, o,oo a. m.
Ix;axo Philadelphia, l,lf. a. m.
Ix'avulieadlng, ll,::Jn. iu., I'ollsillle, 12,10 p. m
and Tamariua, l,3(i p. rn.
U'.ivu Catan Isaa, r.,2(i a. in. and !,' p. in.
l'nvu WUllain.sport, v,voiu in, nnd c,on p. in.
Passengers to nnd from New York nnd Phlladel
pbla go thiough Ithout I hango of cant.
,i. i:. wooti:n,
I May8,lST4-tf. (icncraisupeilnlendent
telawaue, lacica wanna
I 17 WIMTEKN IIA1I.UOA1).
Thne-Tablo No. SJ, Takes effect nt 4:30 A. M,
THIIKSIIAY, IlKCUMllUll 10, 1S71.
ini. p.m. p.m
a.m. 11 m. 11.111
2 20 r. ;iu
. Wcht Plllslon...
7 41 12 M
7 llfl l'i 4C.
7 :w VI II
. .Plymouth .tunc..
7 25 IU 3fi
7 10 12 30
8 to 7 in 12 sr.
7 40 7 IB 12 10
7 SO n Wl 12 (II
7 or. r. sr. 11 40 !
o as ii aa
2D 11 31
0 13 11 22
0 IS 11 17
r. n n
r. r.:t 11 02
r, .10 in t.
r. 40 10 411
r 31 10 :i
r. nn 10 40
r 12 in 22
r. i2 111 12
DA VI II T.
Superintendent's ortlce, Kingston
, .March n, 1st t.
On nnd after November 20th, 1S73, trains ; 111 lea
SUNllUHYas follow a:
Erlo Jtall6.20 a. 111., nrrho Hralra ll.roa. m
" Cauandalgiia... 3.35 ji. in,
" liochester 5.15
" Niagara 9.10
ltenovo accommodation 11.10a. ui.arrlio Williams
lihnlraJlatl-i.lf, a.m., nrrlto i:imlra 10.211a. 111.
liullalo Kprcbs 7.15 n. m. arrlvo HtitTalo 8.50 a. m,
liullalo Ksprcss v.50 n. in. arrive Ilarrishurg l.no a.m
" llalthnoro 8.40
ElmlraJIall 11.15 a.m., aiTlvo Ilarrishurg 1.50 p. m
" Washington 10.30 '
" Baltimore c.30 "
" Wasldngton S.SO "
Ilarrlsburg accommodation 8.40p. m.nrrlio Harris-
huig 10.501). in.
arrive Iialtlmoro 2.25 a. in,
" Washington 0.13
Krlo ilall 12. a.m. arrive IlarrLshurg 3.05 a. m,
" llaltlmnro 8.411 "
" Washington 10.35 "
All dally except Sunday.
1). M. 110Y1), Jr., (ieneral 1'a.sscngcr Agent,"
A. J. CASSATT, (lenernl Manage
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD
riiitaileliilitn & Krio 11. It. Division.
SUMMEU TJME TABLE.
rV and after SUNDAY. MAY 23.1. 187f.,
V. Iho trains on tho Philadelphia k Hrlo Hall
KO.ui inuiMju win i uu aa iuuuh;
FAST I.INi: leaves New York
" ' " Ilaltliuoi'O
" " Ilarrishurg
' " arr.at Wllllanispiirl
" " ' Uick Haven
" " " llellefonlo
0 25 a. iu
12.55 p. tn
1.20 p. in
5.H0 p. Ill
8.55 p. in
10.20 p. IU
11.50 p. Ill
8.25 p. m
11.55 p. in
4.25 a. in
8.35 a. m
UltlllMAlI. leaves Now York
" " I'lilljileipiiu
' " " WllllamsiKirt
" " 1k.I; Haven
' ' " lteli(iV(
1 " urr. nt lirlo
, 7.W p. IU
NIAOAllAKXPltlMSleaveslPlilladelphla.. 7.40 a,
" " Iialtlmoro 7.35 a,
li.ll la.ii.JK-, ..lu.ibl ll
urr. nt Willi. inisir(.. t.r.ip
' Ik Haven ...3.15 p
" ltenovo...... . j.aop
RI.VIIIA M vtf. li'iivesVphltnilelnlila fi.ltftn. in
" " " Ilarrishurg lir, p. in
' air. at. vv iiu.iiiisHiri i,.ini.in
" M " iaxk jiaveu iiop. m
PIIII.'A EXl'UESS leaves I)ek Haven..,
. o.toa, m
" " vviiuamspori.,,
' " arrives at Ilarrishurg
" " " llalllinoro
" ' " l'hlladeliihlrt..,,
" " New YorK'
... T.fJS a.
. .it. ir, ii. m
., Mr, p, in
,, a.a.'i p, in
,. ii. in p. in
... 0,1 a. iu
..lu.'.ti a. in
..ll.sa a. in
,. 3.(i p, in
' " " WlllUhiBpoit.
" " nrr.atllariWiurg...,
" " " I'hlladelplda,.
' " New Vol k
" " " lUUIiuoro
EHI EMAIL leaves Erlo
" " " ltenovo
" " " IX'k Haven
" " " Wllllainsport
" arr. nt Ilarrlsburg,.
' " Philadelphia
" " Now York ,
. li.vn i, iu
., 'J. 13 j). in
.. CM p. Ill
.. s.ssp. in
. u.ir, i, iu
, lii.r.o p, in
. tt.san. in
.. 7.sfin. iu
, njr, a. iu
l'AST I.INIi leaves wmiamsport 18.95 a. w
" ' " arr. at Ilarrlsburg 8.rs a. m
" " iialtlmoro T.80 a. in
' " Philadelphia T.8s n. m
' " New York 10.su a. ui
Erlo Mall West, Niagara Express West, Elmlta
Mall West and Day Express i:asl mako closo counec
llou at Northumberland with U & 11. Jt. II. trains for
Erlo Mall West, Niagara Express West and Elralrn
Mall West mako clow counecllou at WllluuAsporl
with N. o. Il, W. tralus Norm.
Erlo Mall East and West, Niagara Express West,
Tast I.lno West and Day Express East inako close
connection nt I?k Haven with 11. E. V, It. It., trains.
Erie Mall East and West connect at Erlo with
trains on I, s. 11. ti. It. It., at uorry with o. 0, A.
V. It. It., at Emporium with 11, N. Y, & V, It. It., and
ntlirlttwoodwlth A.V.li. It. ...
Parlor Cars will run between Philadelphia nnd
Wllltamsport on Niagara Express West, East Muo
West, Philadelphia Express East ami Day ExprtfaH
East, bleeping Cars on all ulght trains.
WM. A. JJAIiDWIN,
Jan. 8,76-tf ucnoral Uupt
LANK Nm'KH,wllli or without taemjitlon
iiMr.nn a T.En sss iin h ppii n a n mm
UlViJHIUJllJXJiJ r,lr7,w., . liwivuililil
lii Miwlty ami ccciionro uy nny omcr.
an" DIPLOMA OF HOHOEat
nlll V Alncrlimi OrRftHK tvvr nwnrileil nny nuilil
UllLj In Hiirniwi, or which pre tent Mich cxlniunll.
mu-jr c-iitilrmiu as hi eoiiiniiuid n vddo ih.Iq llu-re.
1 1 ill 1 VC luTunlml lilcliOht tr,nihiniM nt 1 nilim
ALYl ll I 0 trl"1 1 x pr.Klt ImiA. In Atiiorli.AHHi II im
I'.uropv. OutiitlllllnlwUllulolinn ll"l Ihtii l 111
nil wluromiyolhir erumi'i liino lieen prefirnsl.
DCOT IKTlarcl by Emlucnt Miilelnr, In Imlli
DUO I l mM'hrrcB, to bn lllirlvnlf il. Heo
'J laVlMONI.M, t'lltt'UI.All, viltli iiiltil.mi ct imm
Uinn Olio 'I holLllind (tent free).
IWPIPT lint Inn a Sliwn it Hamlin, 1 not
Inulol take nny etliir. Draltn U'l unm li com
Mit.ioM fur ntlttiK Inferior miih, "".I fur Mt
tim often tru vrtt hunt M I'll tomtlhlna rlnf.
fJElSj PTVI CP with inoit InilorlntitlluproTC.
nClf O I I LCO iia'Kt" "r a'nJ". New
U,7U and !MiiI.TnMlnn Slp. Superli
ICtngero nml dlicr t'linen of new ile-lj.'li".
PIANO-HARP CABINET ORGANS
inytwuti; (,r rentnl iialll rent ui) fr IIhj eran.
flUTBI ilPIICP l.u,1 ClrillUni, vvltll full piirlliv
IjAI ALUuUtO ulafm-. AiWreMMAtONft
HAMLIN (IllOArt 00., IM Tiemnnt Bl m t, I10.
IVXt Oi Unli'ii Hinnre, NEW YOlUCj or SO & SJ
Advwi) bU, CU1UAUO,
MASON & HAMLIN
may nu OBTAINED at
WHOLESALE OR KETAIL
Ii. 55. I'OWELIi,
Ornenit Atrnt otto for tlio cclcbratnl
I. K. MT.rjL.WR,
Ilcalcr in aliovo IiistriiincnU.
March Joir y
HOLLl.TsS & HOLMES
AViro Trcllit.cs, Ac. Dealers in Stoves, llanp;
cs, Furnaces, Italliinoro Heaters, Low Down
Grates, Mantels, I'UMl'H, AYVallicr Strips,
of the latest design, fipcclal attention paid to re
pairing Sn Ing Machines of every description, bcalcs
WkH, lan Hanging, Key Fitting, .Vo. Prlvalo in fl
uences Heated byMeamut ahiiiall cost almvo Hi t
1) I.ATCII LEY'S Im
A) provwl uircilMliElt
WOOD PUMP is tho ac
knowledged MJUidartI ot
tho market, try lioimlar
verdict, tho ik1 pump for
t lie least money. Attention
Is lnvlud to Dlntchlej 's Improved llraek
(I.IIhi Jirup riu-ck valve, which cam l)
w 11 lulraw n w It limit (list urblug t ho Joint ',
and tho copper chainlier whkhneier
cracks, scales or nistH and will last u life
..'tvBr) thno. Fori
orh.no oy ucnjcru nnii ino irauo
y. In order tolionum thatjo'l
get lilatehleys lTin)P,lK)c.'irerulnji(iH
that It has my trndo inaTkos nhovo. if you do not
l.'nmvu hern tn )niv rlnrrtnttvA rlrenlnrH. towtlier
wllh thoiiainennihuldroiiHtif tho ngent nearest j on
will bo furnished by ndilnnslng wit h stamp,
C'HAS. (1. HLATOHI.HY, Mnnufaelurer,
WW, Comrnerco St., Phll.ulelpula.
FOU KAI.li IIY
J, SCHUYLER & SON, Bloomstrarg, Pa.
March r. '78-sua
CARPETS 1 C A11PETS ! !
S. H. MILLER & SON
HAVK .1UST lllXUCn'KD nnd arc odering
for halo nt very low prices ono of t ho best as
sortmeiitH of OAHPHTH ever ogered fur sale of
I he Ion n of Hloomsliurg. 'Ihey nro nil new ami Iu
Iho very latest styles. I'rtccH vary from va lehlSTo
tl.Mi jier yard. Call and heo them.
Oct. S3, li-tt.
"VTOTICK is hereliy given lliat llie Illoomn
1 1 burgdas company will put In service pliieaml
furnish meters to tho citizens of Hloomsliurg fur
I ISM whero tho (llstnnco from tho street dis'S not
oeeeilWfcet; excess of M feetwlllboehargedat
Iho lato of M cents per foot until Sepleinber 1st
1MB- o. W. MIMJilt, tiecrelary.
t-ept. 11, '74,-u
OPl-OSITE THE CI2JTIIAI, HOTEL.
Una a completo stock of puro and rcllablo
DItUQti, MEDICINES, (IIIEMICAI.S, DYES, AC1IW,
KOAPH, 80DA, bODA ASH, I'AINTH, OII-S
(1I.ABS, PUTTY, VAHN1PIIE3 AND AM,
rAiNTrat9 sottijes, m'onoe-s, iiuuhii
IS, 1'EUVU.MKUY, 4C,
AT VERY LOW PRIOICS.
Country I'roiluca Wkcn In cschango for Drugs1,
Medicines, Dyes, o.
Havo a carcfullyisolected ptdck of cholco
TEAS, COl'FllE, BUOAIt, BPJC'U, 80AD, 1'ICKll fi
SAUcri', nan, hams, canned niriTs,
VIXH.TAI1I.K8 AND OTIIEU FINE OUOCElt
IE3, VOKKION AND DOMHSTIO
Pruils, Nuts and Confectionary,
all at Uio lowest posUblo price .
tCountry Proiluco tnkea liijjjahangcjl
t,lr,...l.,,r. ll.ivll ,1, iLTrJL. '