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Tin: two itnoroi.H,
lii' i c . it t n o doctor, no itw Moty
Called to volume n MtIcnt of tho tomi
C .iti-crt by (i limb, which threatened, day by day,
into Iho gno to limp with him away.
Tubs noon decided Hint, to mio his life,
llcoit must bo nail to the nn and knife.
And no, by ruli Mildly co'leglnto,
Thoy did, forlhwllh, proceed to amputate.
Next ttiy tho elder dealer of tho two.
Making his roM'H dropped in tho work to view,
And found Mi younj collo.iguo already them,
l'alllil with fright; tho plelnro of despair.
"Why, what's Mio rent U-r 7" cried Iho old M. 1).
"Ito'.s doing well, for ought 1 can fx."
"Hiuh I" gasped Iho other! "iMtBO loud. 1 lie?!
(iroat Heavens, sir, wk'v cut ore tub ivr.ivii i.kii r
room is timt all, mv Inewrlencod brolhor?
l'r.iy calm your fears at oncoi ws'i.t. cuhb tub otii
A parallel 'ho taopayrrs may hoc
Tlic patient belns our State Treasurer.
Willi Doctor Simon as tho elder quack,
llav in? cut o.T Us beat financial limb,
Kill clnlinj our fullest conlldence in him s
Amnrcs uj through till Junior, Doctor lta lo,
That they vv 111 euro the other leff this fall.
And offers htm-nn approved I'am'ron crutch,
To which tho leu sill! spared can't trust too much.
Now firro It with tho nmicted as It may.
All doctor bills tho people navo lo pay,
And, a? lo charges, those havo loa-d remorse,
Who kill tho patient and then steal tho corse.
Which being a?alnst tho present set,
Huppoio we call In Doctor l'l diet I
Waslitiilon's Agrii'tittiiral Idle.
Tho following extract from Irving' Life
oi v nsiiuijrtoii will bo cherished In- every
cnlRMcncd nml working farmer:
"A largo Virginia estate in those il.iva a
little empire. Tlio inansioii lnmsc vvivs the
m at of government, with its numerous OV
Iieiuleneies, sdi ns l;itehen, sinoke-liomc,
workslioH, and stables. In this mansion the
iiiuhler ruled supremo ; his steward, or over
fcoor, was Ms prime minister and executive
officer; he had his legion of homo negroes
fr domestic nervier, and his hint of field
negroes for the culture of tubaec-i, Indian
corn ami other crops, and for oilier out of
door labor. Their quarters funned a kind of
lininlct, apart, composed of various liuls with
littlo gardens and poultry-yards, nil well
stocked, and swarms of little negroes gambol
ing iu tho sunshine. Then thero were large
wooden edifices for curing toliaeeo,tho staple
mm most profitable) production, and mills
for grinding wheat and Indian corn, of
which largo fields wero cultivated for tho
supply of tho family and tho maintenance of
the negroes. Tll0 Virginia
piatuera were prono to leavo the care of
their estates too much to their overseers, anil
to think personal labor a degration. Wash
ington carried into his rural aOUirs tho same
mutiiod, activity and circumspection, that
dhtinguli lied him in military life. He kept
his own acconnts, posted up his books, and
balanced them with mercantile exactness.
v'o havo examined them as well as his
diaries recording Ids daily occupations, and
his letter-books containing entries of ship
iijents of tobacco, and correspondence with
his London agents. They aro monuments of
"The products of his estate also became so
noted for tho faithfulness, ns to quality and
quantity with wnieh they were put up, that
it is said any barrel of fiour which bore the
brand of'Geo. Washington, Mount Vernon"
was exempt from the customary Inspection
in tho West India ports.
"He was au early riser; often beforo day
break, in tho winter when the nights were
Ions. On such occasions he lit his own fire,
and wroto or read by candle-light. Ho
breakfasted at soven in summer, at eight in
winter, two small cups of tea and threo or
four cakes of Indian meal (called hoe cake,)
formed his frugal repast. Immediately after
breakfast ho mounted his horse, and visited
thoso parts of the cstato where any work was
going on, seeing to everything with his own
eyes, .and often aiding with his own
"Dinner was served at two nVlnek. n
ato heartily, but was no epicure, nor criti'cal
about his food. His beverage was hit.aU beer
or cider.and two glasses of old Mai'ieiva Ho
took tea, of which ho was very oj early
m tho evening, and retired foe WiiMit
about nine o'clock.
"If confined to the house by bad weather,
ho took that occasion to arrange his papers,
post up ls account, or writo loiters; passing
a part of tho timo in reading, and occasion
ally reading aloud to tho family.
'Ho treated his negroes with kindness; at
tended to their comfort-H, and was particular
ly careful of them in mctuess; but never
tolerated idleness.anii exacted a faithful per
formance of all their allotted tasks. Ho had
a quick cyo at calculating each man's capa
bilities. An entry in his diary gives u
curious instance ,f this. Four of "his ne
groes, employed as carpenters, wero hewing
and shaping timber. U appeared to him, in
noticing the amount of work accomplished
between two succeeding mornings, that they
loitered at their labor. Sitting down quietly
he timed their operations. How long it
took them to get their cross-cut saw and other
implements ready ; how long to clear away
the branches from tho trunk of n fallen tree;
how long to hew and saw it ; what time was
expended in considering and consulting; and
after all, how much work was accomplished
in tho timo lie looked on. From these ho
mado his computation how much they could
accomplish In the courso of a day, working
entirely at their case.
"At another timo wo find him working a
part of two days with Peter, his smith, to
mako a plow.on a new invention of his own.
This, after two or threo failures, ho aecoui
pllshed. Then, with less than his usual
judgment, ho put his two chariot horses to
tho plow and ran u great risk of spoiling
them, iu giving his new invention a trial on
ground thickly swarded.
"Anon, duriugn thunder storm, a frlirht-
ened negro alarms tho houso with the word
that the mill is giving away, upon which
tuero is a general turn out of all tho forces,
with Washington at their head, wiieelinc
and shoveling gravel, during a pelting rain'
to clieclc tho rushing water."
Twins. Hax Adeler tells a new story ,the
Kin oi winch is as follows ; Hill Slocum was
nominated for mayor of l'encader, and ono
day, In a street conversation, ho remarked,
"I've got to win." He pronounced it, "I've
got t'win," aud old Mrs. Martin, overhear-
lug it imperfectly went around and reported
that Mrs. Slocum had twins. The boys nt
once decided to serenade Hill, and that night
they marched out to his house, with a baud
playing "JIoll to tho Chief," several ward
clubs, some 11 ro companies, a group of white-
dressed girls in a wagon, a lot of banners,
and plenty of enthusiasm. Hill inado a
speech about the canvass, and then there
xvero bhouta of "where' the twins!" "hoM
'em up to tho window!" and tho like. Hill
said thero was a mistake, but the band sar
castically played "J.Uten to tho Mocking
Hird," and tho Lois shouted louder for tho
twins. When Iho truth prevailed; tho as
sembly dispersed in disgust, and Hill was
overwhelmingly defeated nt tho polls.
Women chatm,a3 ageiieralthliig,iu propor
tion as they aro good. A plain faco witli a
heal t behind it is worth a world of beauty,
Men who Imro tried both uniformly agret to
Tho table is tho plaeo whero th. family
meet, ami there should bo tho fro. t and
inot iiuiestnrned intercourse. Wc d to
live; but the more ntilmal necessity . lil.td
up ami glorified when tho charms ol ploiw
ant conversation and of mutual courtesy sur-
rounded tho custom. So far as the sustain
ing of llfo Is concerned, that object may bo
reached If each took his bread and Mired to
a closet to catltnlono. lliitthero Is a spirit
tut life that Is to bo fed and sustained, and
it Isstarvcd where thero is no grace, notonly
uciore, but iiuritig a meal,
The great troublo with our Ainericin llfo
Is that it is too gloomy. Wo take t. timo
locntertalnaudnmuseeachotlier. Koi seldom
does It happen In some houses that a meal
progresses In dead silonce.exccpt when neces
sary to speak about the dishes, or to help
some one to potatoes or pie. This Is almost
as bad as rudeness orqiiarrelllng. Tlicioought
lo oo bright, sparkling talk in which t!,o chil
dren should bo allowed allowed iojotn. Thero
Is no sense, whatever, ineompelliucan intel
ligent child to sit llko a deaf initio at the
tablo; though, on the other hand, children
should not monopolize tho conversation, nor
lie allowed to ask strings of irrelevant ones
liom. n.ich one should prepare for It by
siimosiinploprocesi of dressing. Tho hair
should be smooth, tho liaudi washed, tho gen
eral appearance ol each should try to be as
agrceabloas possible to each other. It is quite
wonucriul now a littlo freshens up tho soul
as well as tho faee. So far we all ought to
he luxurious. If tho mother sees to it. that
her school-buy sons always come to dinner
with clean hands and nails, and that her
daughter never dwindle into tawdrv fincrvor
soiled wraprei-", she will do more thau sho
dreams of in the work of making them
grow Into leal gentlemen and ladies.
The tableitselfouglit lo have a festive look,
flowers have, a special grace on tho breakfast
board. A dish of fnilt nicely arranged,
pleases tho eye as well as tho palate at din
ner. Clean linen, even though course, and
wholo plates and cups, with bright class
and silver, help the appetite along. A few
well cooked dishes, nicely served, will pro
mote health and happiness better than a great
variety rumen in me preparation.
fcomo housekeepers, with an eye to saviin
trouble on washing day, have adopted tho
marblo oil cloth, instead of the white damask
for ordinary use. For our part wo would
prcfer.cconomy in almost any other wav. A
fine white tablo cloth, or a bulfor crimson
one occasionally for breakfast or tea, will
furnish the family feast much more beauti
Wo hardly know how to account fur tho
popular impression that still prevails in
mauy rural districts; that tho froo uso of
fruit is unfriendly to health. It has much
to do with tho scarcity of fruit gardens and
orchards iu the country. As a matter of
fact, tho cities and villages aro much belter
supplied with fruit tho year round, than
tho surrounding country. There am 1,,..,.
dreds of farms, cveii in tho oldest parts of
tho land, whero thero is no orchard, and tho
only fruit is gathered from a few
applo trees grown in tho fenco corners. The
wants oi cities aro supplied not so much
from tho proper farming districts ns (W.
few men in their suburbs, who mako a busi
ness of growing fruit for market. T,0 f.lrm.
era who raise a good variety .)f am!,U f' litsl
or the supply of their own fllmi,ie, aro itill
the exceptions. Thex iH-
crorhalf-acre lot, v;m hav'0 ,,,, putch of
trawberrics, his. r
it - I grar.-e vines and pear trees, and
r .""""5". tly of tho varieties of these
"U1US. xir.(i,i ia,n1. ! :,i. ,...
luxuries for at least half of tho year.
4 '' there is a lamontnhln iloortl, nf
(Vliif . . . t"""
. ..r.. mu Willi .tutu niu want 01 con
iinnn I in Hi.... C.n.M ,1 L
ation that it pays. It does pay iu personal
comlort anil health, if in nothing else. Tho
medical faculty will bear testimony to tho
good nilluenco ol ripe fruit upon tho animal
economy. They regulato tho system better
than anything else, and forestall many of
1110 uiscases to winch wo aro liable in tho
summer and fall. A quaint old gentleman
01 our acquaintance often remarks that at
pics aro the only pills ho takes. Ho takes
theso every day iu the year, when they can
bo found 111 tho market, and fill up the new
srop with other fruits. He has hardly seen
a sick nay in lorty years, and pays no doctor
bill. We want more good fruit, especialv
upon our farms, and the habit of eating fruit
at our meals.
l Ins is j nut 0110 of tho matters iu which
formers' wives can exert an inlluenee. Many
a good man would set out fruit trees and
bushes if ho wero only reminded of it at the
tunc. Ono right time will be this autumn at
least in all hut the very coldost parts of the
country. A few dollars invested thou will
bring abundant returns in from one to fiyo
years, it is moro intimately connected witli
good morals, than our philosophers thiiil-
With good digestion it is rjuito easy to fulrill
11.0 law 01 love. American Ayriculturut,
J. W- Perkins, ofStuben county, New
"rK. "i mo lAuntry Uentlcmtm, says : "If
1 oily Wogg will substitute wheat, or wheat
bran, or any food that contains lime, in tho
piacooi corn, tlio biddies will not fail to shapo
their eggs alter tho most approved fashion.
Polly Wogg, in my opinion, might as well
feed burned lime to horses or children to form
none, as raw lime to biddies witli which in
form egg shells. There is yet too much of
such tradition handed down by old ladies iu
masculine clothing. Polly Wosa and tho
rest of mankind should reeogui.o tho fact
mat tno material lor the up building and
support of tho animal economy incverv ram.
dition must bo contained in the food, and not
in tne drug shop or tho lime kiln."
l'Ui.UERS AND ItllllUMATISJI. Why aro
larmers so liable to rheumatism? Answer
llecauso they wear wet clothing, heat and
suddenly chill tho body, over-heat after very
nam work-, and because tliey ilo not keep tho
skin in a vigorous, clean and healthy condi
tion. Jl farmers would avoid suddenly cool
pig the body after great exertion, if they
would bo careful not to go with wet clothing
and wet feet, ami If they would notovcr-licat
when In an exhausted condition, and batbo
dally, using much fricton, they would havo
less rheumatism. The samo rule applies to
others than fanners. Tlio Turkish batli is
tho best remedy fur rheumatism, Science of
Tho term "grass widow" is saitl to bo a
corruption of "grace widow," "draco wld-
ow" is tlio term applied to ono who becomes
a widow by graco or favor, and not by the
death of her husband, and originated iu tlio
early days of European civilization, when
divorces wero granted but seldom, and whol
ly by tho Catholic Church. When such a
decreo is granted to a woman, tho Papal re
script stated "Vlduca do gratia," which, in
terprctcd, is "widow of grace," In tho law
of tho French it would read "Vcuvo de
grace," or "graco widow," veiivo translated
The brown leghorn breed of chickens aro
becoming favorites among the fanciers. They
aro said to bo great layers, and non-sitters,
Tlicv are not lame iu site, but lav a good
COLUMBIAN AKD DEMOCRAT, ELOOMSBTJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA
THE MEDICINE THAT CURES
Taking Into consldorntlin tho character of Its
vouchers, tho history of Us cures and Iho lininense
Increasing demand, VK.iKnn may bo fairly entitled
tho loading medicine of the- mre.
For scrofula In Iho blood, Vkuktink Is an Infallible
leiiiedy.nml no person noi'dsiiirer from tumvrs,uleers
mid all dlceases nrMng rroin Impure blond, II Vmm.
tink Is used according Indirections 1 hero Is not n
case of scrofula In oxlstoiioo that Vkuktink w 111 nut
rui-o provided, however, tho vital functions hau not
1 isl their power of ucl Ion, nil thai may bo said to Iho
i.heiink Is pleasant to tho taste, mild In Its Influ
ence, and nbsolulo In Its action on disease, astho
follow lug iiwiuestlomiblo evidence will show.
$400.00 ! !
JANOAUV 2, ISM.
It. It. STEVRNS. T'SQ t
Dear Mr.i-When about Mt, years old 1 was vac
clnated. Tho parlies who wero van-In lied from Iho
same Mrus died fiom tho humor. 'Iho humor sou-ail
over mo to such an extent that 1 was lulled Iu bran
to prevent mo from wrralchlnqr my person. Tho ills
enso finally settled In my head. 1 remained In this
condition iibouttwuvty years, troubled all tho timo
with sores breaking In my head nnd discharging cor
ruption from my ear. At Ihlsiimcn small kernel
appeared on my neck, gradually increasing In slo
tii.lll a tumor formed of such an Immense size I could
sco it by turning my ejes downwind. All lids timo
1 was taking va.lous remedies for my blood without
uny substantial beneiit.
1 1 hen went ton prominent physician In llostnu
who, dm ing his lreatme.it or six months, lanml the
tumor eight times, which cost mo n-arlv $iuo. This
left mo Willi it loii.li.nggravateil sore, without at all
illmlnlMilug thoKloot i l.o tumor, and a sickly, ree-ill-,
condition. I consulted another phislelan In .Nat
li k, who, after cunsldernblo time, succeeded In hou.
iu,-mo so. o wiiiinui reducing tun size. At this point.
1 commenced to uso Vkoitink. Ihinugh tho earnest
liemuasloii of a friend. Alter I hail taken this medi
cine about, one week 1 experienced wondi-i nil sensa
tions. Sly whole body seemed In bo ..ud. rgulng n
radical change, until, tlnallv, tho tumor broke mid
discharged f.Ulittul iiiiantilles. 1'roui Ihlstlmelt
decreased In Uro until the hunch dls.iiioiired, but
my neck still bears t l.o uly scars of tho snreni.d
lanco I am now health and slroug and nblo In
work ol cry il.n.
I will also ...ontlon thai I have lieen mi nn.itPMir.
reicrfrom liulamitory lheiimatlsmcicrMiiee lean
rememlior, ...illl eommencliitr tho ue of Veuktinp,
xi hi-., iilmoat immediately nil rheumatic pal.iseeuseil.
fills st tement I Miluiileer for tho pu. nose of bene
fltlnir other surfc.ini? iiinn.ui.tv. .lti. nu uin r-imr..,.
af.nor by Bliliiij It as much publicity nslhoiijtht
O. 31, SAVK1.S, Ashland, Mass.
WHAT IS VEGETINE?
It Is n eoiiinir..nd extrar led friim lurLH. mn.ii nml
he.bs. It Is n. nine's lemedy. It li pc.fectlv lin.ii..
less from nnv bad elTect ...ion the Mstein. n u
nourishing and fclichKthciilnir. llaci.sdlreeltvu.ioi.
tho blood. II unlets (lie ucixous ssle.n. li iriies
oil a (,'ood, sweet sleep nlnteht. It I in great p.ma-
eeu .or our nveii tiers nun ... ni iters, ror li uives
them strciiKlh, (inlets then nenes, and ulu-s them
natures sweet sleep us has been prou-d by inanvnu
acred tK-rson. li Isthoirroal liiund riiri.ior. .tun
soothing remedy for children. It has relieved nnd
ciuwltlioiisaiul.i. It is xery pleasant to take; every
child likes 11. It rellexes and cures nil diseases
original Injr from lmpi.ro blood. Try tho VmiEriNB.
lino It a fab- tilal for your complaints; then j ou will
say to jour friend, neighbor and aciiualiitaneo, "Try
It., lkll.l3l.Uiai Illl.'.
Report from a Practical Chemist and
Uoston, .Inn. 1, ism.
Dear Sir: Tills Is to certify that I havo sni,. nt m.
tall lMii dozen (Kvj bottles or x-our Vkoktink sit.r,.
April hi, isio, and can truly Bay that It lias given tho
best satisfaction of any remedy for the complaints
for which It was recommended that I ever sold,
scarctly a day passes xvf thout so.no of my customers
tesilljlnglo its merltson themselves or their friend:
am lierrecllVCO?ril:inr nr Severn! ivitii'u r uiMiir,,.
loin 'fu.nors being cured by Veiiktine ulono lu this
Very respect fu'ly, yours,
AI. llll.M.XN. JI-.S t.irm,l.,o,.
to ii. n. stkvkns, ksij.
Vcgetiuo is Sold by All Druggists.
InM: iw Lost How Moreil!
JUST published a now edition of Dr. CUIr
Vi;KVi'XI.'.) celebrated essay on tho radical cure
(without medicine) of Spermatorrhoea
or seminal Woakuess, Involuntary Sem
inal weakness, Iinpotcncy, Jlcntal and
physical incapacity, impediments to
Marriage, etc,: also Consumption, Kpllepsy, nnd Fits
Induced by sulf-lndulgenco or scxtual extravagnnco
BSr"iV!CC, in a sealed envelope, ony six cents.
Tho celebrated author, in this ndmirablo essay
clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' sueccssfu
practice, that tho alarming consequences of self,
nbuso may bo radically cured without tho dangerous
uso of Internal mcdlclno or tho application of the
knlfo; pointing out a mode of euro at onco simple
certain, nnd effectual, by means of which every set
fcrcr, no matter what his condition may be, may cur
hlmsclf cheaply palrately, and radically.
:w-Tlils Lecture should bo In tho hamiiof every
youth and every man In tho land.
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Address tho Tubllshcrs,
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TlIK I'KKDV'IAM HVIIUP
v tid lies and enriches t) w
Wood, tones up tho niZ
tern, builds up Hiohrola,,
Deh tilt V. I rnnair Si.lii.'.
fcvi-rechroulo dl.irrniu v
nervoui utfooilnni, boiii
humora, dlsea.es 'of tno
kidneys and bladder, li.
iiiu.o complaints, iU.
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r I iTJuim. 1 run
uuKht Iron llrldires. Hollers, (liuhniih r
Fireproof llufldlngs, W'ruught Iron Itooiing, liooiilm;
Frames. Fluorine und Doors. l'urm OhIi-h unil K..rt,.
lng, also Wrought Iron Piping, stacks and all kinds
of smith Work, ic. Itcpairs promptly attended to,
N. 0. Drawing! ana Estlmattt Supplied,
CKt. t Wt-U
EOOKSELLEE AlWi'3 STATIOIEE,
Dc-alcr in Law BltinUs, Suntlay School Libraries', Depository of ll.e
Pennsylvania Hiblo Society,
WINDOW CURTAINS, WALL PAPER, PICTURE FRAMES, REWARD CARDS.
1'oolcs and ."supplies not on linnd can bo liii'tiishctl
On. Short Notice at the Afosl Jleasonuble Hales.
fetorc 111 hxclnuigo Hotel
COLLARS AND CUFFS,
LADIES NEW KID GAUNTLETS.
NICE ASSORTMENT DRESS GOODS FROXvI 2C
CENTS AND UPWARDS.
NEW V Alula PJtTNT.S TO AIUUVU TUTS WEEK
AT Tim POPULAR CASH STOKE OF
W. P. JONES & CO.,
JKW STOCK OF CLOTH INC).
Gentlemen's Droao Goodo.
l.iiKcsuttei.llon to his la.gonudclegaiilstocl; ol
Cheap and FasliioiiaWo Clotliino,
MAIN STllUCT, IN Till! NI'.W HUICIC,
where ho lias Just received from New York and I'hll
ndclphla n full assortment of
HEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including tho most f.iahlonahlc, durable and'
AND OIL CLOTH,
COATS AND PANTS,
OV ALL SOUTH SIZKS AND COLO US,
Ho haa also replenished his already largo stock of
CLOTHS AND CASSIMHULU,
Jlo has constantly on hand n lart'o and well select,
ed assortment of
Cloths nnd Vcstings,
which ho U prepared to mako to order Into nny kind
of clotldnsr, on very short notice, and In tho be&t
manner. All his clothing Is mado to wear and most
of It 13 of homo manufacture.
(MM) WATCHES AND JKWKLKY,
01' liVIiltV DESCItll-l'ION, FINi: AND CIIEAI'.
iiisoAsu oi-juwEi.uv is not suia'Assci) in
OALLAND UXAMINIi 1118 (lUNUUAL ASSOltT
MUNTOl' Clothing, Watches, Jewl-
HA VINO resumed llie Inisluess of Meiclian
discing at his Old Store, ou
3IAIN STKKET, HLOOMSliUUCl,
NEAIl TlIK 10I1KS 1I0TCI.,
Daslrento call Iho attention of his Friends and tho
Public gcuerully.u Ids
NEW, I'UI.I. AND VAIIIED
STOCK OF GOODS,
And solicits a share of public patronago
HIS STOCK CONSISTS Oil'
HOOTS li SHOES,
I'LOUlt AND I-'EEl)
In connection with his stock of Mircnandlso lie
ncustunlly kee on hand In Ids yard.
A FULL HTOCKOl'
DjessGtl aud Uuflressefl Liiier,
AND HlltNOLKS OF 1IISWANUFA0TUI1U.
liill Lumber nuulo a Bpeciulity.
CALL AND t)KK.
Huilding, liloonisburg, Pa.
in: HAS TUB
AND U.MI'LDVS THE
For flood ritsand I'romplncsa In lining orders
thero Is tho placo to go.
Ills goods aro selected will, care nnd Ids CUSVUM
WoltIC will compare favorably with Iho best droit
of tho fashionable City Dealer.
HE KEEPS A LA1K1E STOCK OP
BOYS' & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
.0 ENTLEM EN'S
At Astonishingly Low Prices.
A. J. EVANS.
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
Spt. F. 1 IODINE, Iron Street l.elovv sec
ond, Illooinshui-g, Pa., Isprepaied lodo nl
Q LA ZINC i,
In tho best styles, nt lowest rrlccs, nnd at short
Parties hav lrg such vv or todowll savomoncj'ly
work warranted to
givo satisfaction. Order
WM. F. BODINE.
Mar. 0, '71-ly.
FARMERS TAKE NOTICE 1
H Is of great linnortaiieo to jou what kind of
manure jou npply toyour Wheat Ijinds lids fall.
you want a good crop of Wheat no.t season, nnd
heavy eiop of (ira.ss to follow, uso.
Raw Bone Sii)or Pliosplintc
b l'A N I .M 1 1) W A I tllA NTE 1).
Put up In -Jiiolb h.igs.
'Iho h:fis of this old llbtabllshed Article Is Haw or
Unbuined Hones, and Us strength cannot ho e.
huiiidcd nlth Iho crop of Wlicat, but will provo of
fefllvo on the following crop of (irnss, and will ah.o
peruianenlly Improve tho soil.
I'.u mors look to jour own Interests and provo If
What wo say uboiil
BaugU'a Raw Bono Phoanhato
Is true or false, and notify us of tho result. Make
npplleutlon for It eaily to our neni est Denier Iu
Manures, and If you cannot seiuro It Ih.ough (hem,
send jour orders direct to j our friends
13AU0H-I & SONS.
Aug. 10-it. PHILADELPHIA Ic IIAl.TIMOlli:
IN ITIiSl'ANCK OK AN OHDEIl 01
I tlu Ortihnri'M (Vturl. nf Cdliiiolil'i I'minlv. Ihn tin.
itTMiu'd, muni; i.xix'iiiurui inn uisi win ami tck
niiU'iit (jf Ail. i in (l:iMi. Into tit tlm towiihliln (if
IIUUI I1IKLI ILK) 111 rtlllU i UUIUJ, Ul'lfUSiLlI, Will L'AU&l'
iu puuiiu tiuiu vn iiiu j i i in tat Pt uii
SAT UHDAY, OOTOIiEU Otli, 187.r,
eomineiiclng nt lo o'clock In tho fori noon of tahld.iy,
l lie mi li itv i iik ui-M i iih u I em eMitlt-. 14 i I
Allthaleerli.lnnhce. naicel or Irucl nt hind situ
ate, lying and being lu Iho inwnshi.iof lluarliigeieek,
In said eou.itv, Isnuided nnd descrllKil as follows, to
win Adjoining lands nr Miloinon Ktraiisir on the
west, hinds of Hamuel llouck ou Ihu noilli. lands of
John nice on iiioeast, ami lanusot Oliver l.vuus on
llio bouiu, coniaim.ig
Hinrii or less, nearly nllrlcaud land, vvhri eon are
TVVO-HTOHV I'llAME DWEI.I.INd 1I01WK,
I'lan.o Hank li.vrnniidiilhirout.bulhli.igK. Thero
Wnulliu nrcuitncti u eood AMilo Ouhard. and oilier
fruit. Also, good vvaieronlhopreinlseH. Possession
given mi or .piii, ioiu.
CONDITIONM OF SAl.H.-Ti I. IK rcetit, of theone.
lourlhnf Iho nuieliusu money lo ho nald at Ihnstrlk.
Ing don u of Iho piupcity, I lie oiiefouilh lis Ihoti ll
I-r cent, al Iho conliii nulled of Iho sale and Iho lull,
uiiin lu tuiojoar Iheiealtcr, will, lutiiebl from con.
Urination nlsl, of said sale.
j Hep, lMt. Atll.igEiiecutor,
' rtAUTlOfvVMy wif ElUn Imvlng left nTy
J J homo, lid and bomd, vvllhout Just rauso of
I t'oinplaliit, I liciihy Inform all iK-rsnns that 1 will
iiav no ill 1'tsstioimiy (nut rfiot, JACOU B'lKOU',
1 Mt.l'leiuvoht.OCIOWri, UW
Is widely known
ns ono of tl.c most
ever discovered for
cleansing tlio sys
tem mill iiurifyfny
tlio blood. It lias
' stood tlio test of
years, with a con
stantly growing rc
utatlon, based on Its
Intrinsic .lrtues, nnd piistnlncd by Its rc
lnailtablo cures. So mild ns to be safe nnd
beneficial to children, nnd yet so searching
ns to effectually Jiurgo out tho pi-e.it cor
ruptions of thu Mood, such as the scrofulous
nnd syphilitic contamination. Impurities,
or diseases that have lurked In tlio system
for years, soon yield lo this powerful anti
dote, nnd disappear. Hence Its wonderful
cures, many ol which nre publicly known,
of Scrollilli, nnd .ill scrofulous diseases,
Ulcers, lt-ii pilous, nnd eruptive dis
orders of the skin, Tumors, lilotclics,
JJolN, rltnples, l'listtilcs, Sorcs.St.
Anthony's li'Jrc, Itoso or Ur.vslpo-
ins K'tter, nan iniciini, mciiki
Head, ItlilfTWOt'llli nnd internal Ul
cerntlons ol" Clio Uterus, .Slonineli,
nnd Liver. It nlso cures other com
plaints, to which it would not seem especi
nlly adapted, such ns Dropsy, Dyspep
sia, Vlts, NeiirnlKlnllcnr Disease,
I'emalo AVealfiics!, Deblllly, nnd
J.iMlcori lioja, when they nro manifesta
tions of tho scrofulous poisons,
It is nn excellent restorer of health and
ftrcnth in tho Sprinjr. liy renewing tho
appetite and vigor of the digestive organ,
it dissipates the depression nnd listless l.-m-piiorol
tho season. Even where nodisordcr
nppcars, people feci better, nnd livo longer,
for cleansing tho blood. Tlio system moves
on with renewed vigor ami a new lease of
rnr.rAr.ED n r
Dr. J. C, AYER & CO,, Lowell, Mass.,
Vractlcal ami Analytical Clicmltti.
BOLD 11Y AJ.L DHUGUISTS EVEUYW1IEIU5.
WEW MODS! "
A HEAVY STOCK,
fcS&eapss? 'lliaia Ever!
S. 11, MILLER & SON
Havo Just llccoivcd
the lnrgcst and best supply ol
CHEAP AND' FASHIONABLE
They have over offered toineir friends and cus
tomers. (Jloths, Cassimeres, anil Satinetts
for MEN'S WKAll,
OlolliN, Alapacas, Merinos,
for LADIES' WEAK,
CALICOES, MUSLINS, CAMIIRIC3,
and every variety of Dry Goods desired
Carpets, Mata, Ottomaua,
CLOSED OUT AT COST
including all the varieties of
COl-'FEES, TEAS and SUOAUS,
and a gencial supply of arliclcs useful for llio
table always on hand.
CALL AND SIB 23.
Country produce of all kinds taken in ex
change for goods at cash prices,
oel. 3074 t f
r o -a,
T. L. G-UNTON, Proprietor,
JIAIN- STIinr.T, BELOW MAmCIlT.
Manufacturer of and L'caler in all tindt of
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WOKKS
WousotholiestAMinilOAN and ITALIAN Marble,
no has on hand and furnishes to order
UKNS, VASES, Sic,
i.very vani ty or siaii.te cnuing nendy executed at
tnu .uiveM iiui.KeL jinees.
A lon praellcal experience and personal attention
to huiness m.ikcs Iho p.oin letoi- conlldent of jrlvln-
hntlsfactlon. All orders by mail prompt I v id tended
lo. 1'. o. box t'J7.
ChZTA. .- - li e,- dtltccrcdfrec i(ir,-f.-aj
jiitf. 21, '71-ly. TjJj. (ll'.NTO.S', i'ro ilelor
fps s3 o o o?oisrV
A ucl 1'iuvl ili'jiiisit Iiiiioi'IimI evi liisively by
oiii'sclies I'i'iiiii Smith Auii'i'ii-ii.
rtnui.Vhis Oil cnin j.il' nntl nnalKv ru-inintnf ii Mun
BiMiijii'Humiim'uiuri:,oji iiiilul li ilciutMmffC'lKTJll
,MI,S1.U .1. AliLIJN'S SONS,
No. i a. Helavvaro A cnuo I'hil.'idelolil.i.
Moisture, del, nt lou c.
Orfc'unlo Mutter, I.W, capablo of produeliis
Ammonia, . ,
Soluablo und I'leelpltated I'lioAphorlo All 1,
Kipiallo I'rcclpllulcdaiid llono 1'hoi.phali',
UlidecoiiiKwed llono I'hotiphale,
1'IIIOE, ij-118 Elt TON.
Talked lu hut's of hgo lu. inch.
DAuai-i esc sons.
Hole 1'ropi leton,
No, SO South liehivvnio Avenue, I'hlladelphla,
No, ICS South strut, llultlniGK',
Qvov Tu'rty-foar Compctiiovs
ft AIL ROAD TIME TABLES
"JQIIILADEl.l'irA AND HEADING 1!0AD
31 A V 3d, 157.1.
TKAIND I.EAVK KVIT-KT AS 10I.I.0VVS (SCMiAY KXCEMr.l'
1'cr rovv York, I'ldlndelplihi, lleadliiir, l'otttvllle
Tniiiao.ua, Ac, 11,33 a. m
l'or I'atnnlsH,!, 11,3:. ti, m. nnd 7,3o p. m,
l'or Wllllamspiirl, t),M a. in. and I,ik) p. m.
II1AII1S I-OI! l:lTI'l!t I.KAVE Ac. 1 OILOW f , (6IM1AV t
l.einoXevv Yeik.PilSn. hi.
Lei.io Philadelphia, vyr, n. m.
Leave Keiidlnsr, 11,8 a. in., I'oltavllle, 12,10 p. in.
and Tiim.wtun, 1,30 p. m,
LeaveCntinMKsa,ii,20n.iii. nnd l,Wp. m.
Leavo vvtllhtnjpoit.u.JOn. m. and B,oo p. in.
l'a.s-i iiwni to and hum New Yoiliand Philadel
phia bo through without change, of cars.
,T. i:. WOOTLS,
May , is'4-tfr (iencral Stiperlnteiident.
Tlme-'Iablo No. :rj, Takes crrect nt l::w A. Jl.
TIIUiiSllAV, DlX'LMIlllIt 10, 15,74.
a.m. p in, i i.m.
10 lal 2 2D a .in
10 14 2 21! II 3.1
IS III 2 33 li 41
10 17 2 41 ll Ml
in 2.1 2 r,u 7 en
10 2-J 2 M 7 (i.i
ill 31 3 Id 7 11
10 3.S 3 III 7 10
10 4.1 3 15 7 2.1
10 Ml 3 21 7 11.1
10 M 3 25 7 I1
11 00 3 3.1 7 tJO
1 1 0.1 3 3 7 !W
1 1 I 'J 3 40 K I 2
11 18 111 8 1.1
11 32 I (.1 8 3.1
it 41! 4 2l 8 .1
11 r.3 i as e&
12 1 I 311 7 0 '
12 8 I 4.1 7 12
12 12 I .','1 7 1S
12 17 4 MS 7 2.1
12 211 r. IB 7 3S
12 32 t. 12 7 17
12 37 .1 IS 7 M
12 41 ft 21 s 12
12 4.1 r, 30 S ll!
I 03 f, 4S S 3.1
111 0 f,S 8 4S
1 14 I! 03 S to
1 3 i I! 2 1 0 20
. Vvi'tt I'lllMon...
..I'll mouth. I line.
.Iliiiilnek'.s i ivek.
. Mih-lohlnnv ...
liupeii . . ..
p.m. p.m. a.m.
, . , DA VIII T. HOUND, .sunt.
Superintendent's oniec, Kingston, -March c, isTl.
on and aflei-Novemlicr 2nlli, 1S73, trains will leave
Krlo -Mull 5.20 a, m., nrilvo llhnlr.i ii.no a, u,
" Canaiid.dgua... :i.3.ip. m.
" lioelie.ster 5.15 "
" Nlasf.u.1 'J.40 "
Kenovo acconiiniiil.itlon ll.lon. m. nnlvo Williams
l'ori 12.M ji. m.
Klmh.i Mall 4.1.1 a. m., u.rlvo r.hnli-.i 111.20 a. m.
llulT.ilu j:prehsT.lfin. m. anlvo HuiIalos.Miii. in.
SOUTH VA 111).
liumdo i:prcss '.'.to a. m. nil Ivo linn Uburg l.r.o n. m
" llalllmoi'o s.io "
Hliuli-a il.ill li.ioa. in., mi Ive llnirl-.buiK-1..111 p. m
' Washliiijioii lo.EO "
" l!altlmoieo.30 "
" Wathlnstoii S.3D "
llarrUljiirs accommodallon 8.10 p. m, nnlvo Ilairls
buiu 10.50 p.m.
nnlvo llallhnoro 2.2.1a, m.
" Wasiiluytoiio.n "
L'Ho Mall 12.55 a. m. nnlvo llaiiMjurt'S.osn. m.
" llallhnoro 8.40 "
" Washington 10.35 "
All dally except Sunday.
1). M. liOV-I), Jr.. licneial l'assenser Agenti
A. J. CASSATT, (iencral Manager
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD
I'liilaii'liihla & Erie I!. Ii. Division.
OX ami after SUNDAY, .MAY 'J:lil, 187.1,
the trains 011 thu Philadelphia ;no Kali
u... KMIOVII llllllllll us iunu a ,
l'A ST I.INi: lenvoj New Voik
" " " I'lill.idelphl.i
" " " Ii.1lll1.1010
" " " Ihiirlshuri;
" " ni r. at v lin.iinhpoi t
" ' " ll;lliveii
" " " iiellefonlo ,
Illlli: SI AH, leaves Nuvv V01I;
" " " I hlladelphl,
" M Jlari Isljurr
" " " Wlllliunsport
" " " I.oek Ihiveu
" " 1,'euuvo
" " nir. al Krlo
... 9 sa a.
... l.'.'O p.
. .. ,1.00 p.
... W1 p.
..II. .vi 1,
1 1.0.1 n.
MAil.MIA i:rilKSS leaves I'hll.utelpld.i . 7.40 a
" " " lialilmoie u.
" ' Isburt,'. ...lo.M11. m
t4 4( "M. v "tiiiaiiispori.. I.uip, m
vO j. m
:i.MIIIA -MA1I, leaves l'lill.iih-lilila
" " " lt.dtluioro
" " " ll.urlsijiirK
" " urr. at vv llll.unspori ....
" " " l.ocU Haven
8.01 11, in
, iw u. m
i.&i p. in
.'.in p. in
I.S0 p. Ill
I'HII.'A r.XVIir.ssieavoaI.oelc Haven...
. a. 10 a, m
... 7.55 n, m
.11 11 a. 111
" " vviiii-..npi,rt..
' " urrlviiint Hun Isl.urif ... .
' " lljlllmoro
' " " 1'lilljdolphl.i.,..
1 " " Kuvv Yoik
.. u.ia p. m
.. xr, p, m
,. ilk p. m
HAY llXl'IIKHS leaves Ilenovo
. u.lo a. in
m. nu, in
11 ni a. in
1 " " IjsI: Ihiveu. .
1 " " Wllllainspoit...
' " nir.nt llairMniiL'
" " l'hlladeliilda....
" " New Yoik
" " llallliiioio
i.im p. lit
... 11.V11 p. 111
... '' 13 p. in
, .. u.3.1 p, m
" " Ilenovo
" " Uiek lluven....
" " Wllll.imHiit...
" nrr. nt ll'irilstniiif
" " Hiiltlinoio
" " I'hlladi-lnlilii.,..
" " .New York . ...
.. H.-iip. m
. U.l-1 p. m
K.na a. m
... 7.85.1 m
. u.4.1 a, in
I'ASl" 1.1 li: leaves Wllllamsnnrt
... II.Mut, III
.. 7.r, 0, m
' " air. at ll illhljiiiL- ..
, . r.an a, lit
..1U.it. II. lu
Kilo Mull VVeftl. Nhl'jara Kxiirnbu u-,.Lt
Mall Won unil li.iv KxiuoiM Iim i,,.,i m , 1,1.:,.;..,. ....
; 11, , . .. , . S ; .. 1 lralll!i
Krlo Mall VVeKt. liiirara vnc.ca ionL nn.. i,.,.
1 tft'f nS'l imd" i)l'Sf fHSr?. Wt.
ooiiiioelliiii at hoik llnieu Willi . l' V. II It., trains
, 1 lie Jlull Kast and West conii' tt at l.f "with
ll-UlllS C I. 1. S. X -M. N. 11. II.. HI nrrV i. III. "."
V. H. It. at Kiupoiliiin with ii, a, . U I', it. ll' oiVii
ai ir Itvvood Willi A. V. it. n. ' ' "' "'.""d
u,rlor ( " "l'l, run between 1'hlladihihia and
vJ-"1'"i1.f?,ortS",.Il''.S'ttm 'I't-ebs Wot. lUt 1 luo
Ji t, 1' iilUilnlphU Kxpress Kast and Day Kxnrew
j. .T,t A' "ALU WIN,
p.m. p.m. p.m.
i t r ,s ;a i ir,
I J -2 I 8 3. 1 .III
12 1 I H 2.1 1,1 3
11 4.1 K 13 I 8S
11 .11 s in i in
11 HI 7 f.'J 1 11
11 id 7 t,3 i in
11 II. 7 4-i 1 00
ID 4.1 7 11 12 M
S 2.1 7 11.1 12 41!
8 17 7 31 12 41
8 !2 7 2.1 12 r.ll
8 0.1 7 10 12 it'l
8 10 7 1.1 12 Sit
7 111 7 "li 12 111
7 '.'O ll fill 12 (IU
7 Oil I! Mi 11 40
0 f,7 B 2S 11 30
fi 1.1 C, 21 11 31
I! 32 I! 13 11 Si
27 li IS 11 17
I! 20 0 0.1 11 11
li 00 n ,13 11 ll
r, f.s s .in in it,
r. m r, 41. h. iu
r, ii r, .it in 13
r in r 3n to 4'i
r. l.i r. 12 in 22
.1 01 & 112 111 12
4 r,.i i f,r pi ns
I 30 4 40 0 fi
a.m. p.m. u.m.
In Hmi'lty un't rxct'll. iico by any nllirra, AwimltJ
DIPLOMA OP HONORS
VIENNA, 1873; PARIS, 1867.
nill V Amrrlciiii Orunm evi-r iimirilnl nny mnld
U It L 1 In Unriiis-, or vi iilrh prcirnt inih i-xtruorill.
nary i-xci-ilmco iw t j cominninl a wldn pale there.
A 1 1 W A V P nvvnr,1.-,1 hliihMt im-mlumii nt Inilim-
ALVl A I U Ir ni i:x'ltltn. In AtiicrlcnpMticll lit
I'liropc. Oiituf liiinlimli tluiulinv. nt .i.iii ix m
11U M here nny ntlu-r nr-nm liavo Imvii prelimd.
HCCT Di-clnri-d by Klulncnt Mil-li-iali. In ls-lll
ULvll hoinwhlirr. I" b ' lllll'lt nlcd. Pi-o
'il.STI.Ml.NI VI. CI IK I-I.Alt, Midi olulilw ,1 of moro
llinti One I I101. Mind cuit fus-i,
IfJPIPT I'll hnln a Itn-on ltnmiln. 1V nit
IliOlu I tnkonny other. al .! h LAlult.li com
MimtoNH for ttUum f 'f'Tlur vntrt. n f fur Mi
reason tifi'n trv r r.v Aio-il lo sell torn tiling t!,
fJCW CTVI TP vi llh inw-t liiiiort..iithn,rove
llLl! O 1 1 LE.O tnrniK cv.r miule. Sew
Solo nml t liinlilllllllo.l Mop. Mliei-I
IlliiKcro mi l other 1'iiien of new dexlsn-x.
PIAfJO-HfiRP CABINET ORGANS
qnliHc combination ef IlieBohii-tmiiunW.
rOV nlVRSmlTi? OrpaGnpoMfurrm.h;nr
CAO I rATmbri I 0. furl,.or.tl,ly. rnuart.iIy
paj mental or n-ntcl until rout pnji fi r tlio organ,
PATAI flPIICC nnd Clrciilnni, with full lmrlle
Lfll ftUIljUCO lar.fr. AiMriM,MA!OX
HAMLIN OIK1AN CO.. 1.11 Trrmont Bins-:, 1I0
rro.Vl 2.1 Unl,,n Bfinnre, NUW SUltlf) or to 4; tl
MASON & HAMLIN
MAY DK OIITA1XE1) AT
WHOLESALE OR R2TAIL
Gcuriutt Agent also the t'c'chvrttvd
1. 3C. MTTil-.Kil.
Denier in iiliovo lii-triliiicnts.
-March I'.i.'fn y
110LLINS & HOLLIES
No. 1" l-enlre Sire .
FlnmbBTs Gas and Steam Fitters
J? X W .A. aH E3
(iai.vanixi:ii iiiox roiiNici:,
WINDOW l'A v,
Who Trellkes, Ae. Denli-r.s in Hlnves, Uniiir
es, I'liiiiiu-cs, Jliilliim.io llinlers, Low Down
Orates, AlniitclH, l'UJII'S, Weatlier Strips,
Sf,..'!!"'"! "';VK" '"l"'''1'11 (dteiiilnnpaldto ie.
lVJ.'.,L,fif"."!4.,"r 5'."' I'I!V' "lev cry ili.ilun. M.dii.,
I.OCkS. I'.el llllll"' liy. Kl'V ' Mini, i .,
diiii-e.slli-ali-d i.y i-teainal atmoll ccM id'nve Hot
"" leb 'JO.'Ji-tf.
:.r.t,. Ti.atciili-:y's im.
V 1 ,1J proved f'l'l IMii:it
v vii.iiii i-i .mi- is mo ae
u EM.11111.1.11 01
U tllO 111.11 Krl. liv i.rouil..,.
1;' v,l'idli t, llie best pump ro.-
Ki I1. Invited to Jll.ilrldej'.s Unproved llrack
Wft i.'.'.',1",-' Ill1 ,.l"'ck valve, which can bo
mi niiiiuriivvii wiiuoui (ilsiuiblnjilho lolntF.
njn llllll llir, i-ni,ni.i. nl... .r
1-.JS V, ........I. D . .. .,.'.. .. .... . . . '
l Jr-V f''"'"."'.-"eJ.rilMSllIlll Will instil II
"W. . ,l,orbal0 n dealciH and tholr.ii
itj.' i orsa o nv dun eiM nml Mm ir.,....
JsistiV i , "I . r "'"o-suro tnaijou
.. 77. , Sl t ''Wchloy'a I'ump.bo careful and ' eo
nnm.r.l.ll'5',liiulu l"",k"s ,ll'"u' " joudoiiot
h ,1,0," V'"" 1,1 luv. deser pi ve circulars: tozcther
bi'toSf; S'i'l ""i'f w" 'Vf 11,0 "s-c.it nea' S yoi.
w Hi bo furn sh ed by iiihli e.s.-ln-' with Momp,
011AS.0 lll-.'iciii.(J-, ianur,.ioivr.
!', coiuineivoNt., I'lilladeliiil.i.
l'OIt s.M.i; nv
J. SCHUYLER & SOU, Bloomsbuw, Pa.
-March .1 T3-t.ni
isi.i. .1-. , . . i.
-'. W. Jlll.l.i:il,becielury.
Oct. S, '75. ti
OPPOSlTCTlli: IKNTHAI, 110TKI..
lias a eomplelo fctoik of pure and lellablo
i)i:r(is,Mi:mci.MN, e.-iiiaiicwi.s nvi:s, Aiins
bOAl'.s, KUIIA, WIDA ASH, l'Al.NTH, OILS.
CLASH, Pl'TTY, VAIIMSIICS AND AM,
1'AINTKIiSM'l'l'i.lKS, Hl-o.NllKS, IllIUSH
at v v 1 1 iv mm
Country 1'roducu tal.cn In evehan for liruirH
.Medklnes, Dyes, te.
Have a carefully ti leilulloel; of cholcu
'ji:ah,i-oi.-i-i:i:, hrei.vii, m'lfjx, kiap, pickkls
HAUOUI, l-'lHII, HAMS t'ANN;i l'UUITS,
rOHHION AND DOMHSTIO
VvixUh, Nuls ami Confcctionuiy,
all at Iho lowcbt.poM-lblo pi Icon.
tCounlry l'roduco tal.en In exc-hnnt'c.u
llloonibburg, JlaichlK, 1S76-y
AN ACTt'AI. Ul'SINKSS INbTlTUTlON AND
For Information call nt omco.or Bend iwm, ...
ADTC I11KIH. lUHCIU.lv