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Farm ami Garden Notes.
lir. Lorlnp, of Mnachuctt, who claims
In bp a practical farmer, nml wo supposo lie
i, m In- talks of "my own farm," glvculilgl)
pral-o to tlio value of Hungarian Rra in n
winter food for milch cows. He raWcil lut
year from seventy-live to ono liiinilre.l tons
of it. Cut nml mixed with corn meal, he
fays he prefers it to timothy ami corn meal
mixed. There is n Kreat diversity of opin
ion ns to tho valuo of this crop. Plenty of
It can ho railed per acre, hut it Is admitted
to be. a great exhauster ol tho soil, For one
thin; wo know it to bo excellent, and had
wa a forger farm nlialf aero of It should bo
orlalnly sown. We would select the plot
which could ho commanded from a cover ol
somo kind' and tho patch should ho left to
m Uure its seed. Our object would be, net
to feed farm stock, but tho superior animal,
1 1 sullying in with nil the rced-blrds wo
c mid consume. The bird is extremely foi d
of millctsecd, and really prefers it to that ol
the marsh reed. W'e have seen hundred
in a field of a couple of acres. Wo suggest
this to farmer, as we did years ago, whir
have plenty of land and have a, taste for a
toothsomo tlish of rare excellence. We
know of one man who followed our sugges
tion some years ago, and ho informed us thai
he shot every morning all the birds' ho need
ed for tun day for himself and friends.
We saw an articlegoiug the rouiiiN, "Will
cattle raising and feeding pay?'' It is u t
an ovcrwisn question to ask. Like all otlur
branches oftarming, it will he found to be
profitable when circumstances will admit il
it On good-sized farms where there is lam!
tosparc and adapted to grazing, from two
to ten head bul-locks can be raled and fed
with prollt. Some farmers may do better by
purchasing young steers. At any rate tin
additional labor is not felt ; tho cattlo bring
in a good round sum when sold, and where
is there a farmer with u grain of pride for
his calling who would not look vith down
right satisfaction on his little herd of pond
erous bullocks grazing in his fields.
Ifyouwantto grow chestnut trees, the
fruit must be planted nssoon as it is perfect
ly ripe and while it is in its fresh state. It
a few trees only aro wanted, plant tho chest
nuts about three inches deep just where it
is desired to have the trees to stand perman
ently. They do better not to ho transplanted,
and sometimes will not grow. When they
reach a proper height tho stems can bograft
cd with any better sorts attainable. Hut it
requires a careful hand to graft the chestnut
to inuro its growth. When fairly started
the young tree pushes ahead rapidly, and
often takes one by surprise at the carliness ol
Hit bearing. Waste places, whero the land
cannot bo used for cops, will do for this
tree. Germantoxcn Telegraph,
Collecting Fall Waste.
Many persons feel the want of manure,
and indeed thero are few who have more
than they can use. Where it is scarco the
first thought is to buy, and often this is the
best plan; but in many cases one might make
considerable by a littlo care for articles
which usually go to waste.
Wo kmjw that thero aro many things re
commended that aro of littlo account; things
which involve hard labor and yet realize
but little in the end. Such are often found
in the various schemes for making manure
out of tan-bark, saw-dnst, swamp-muck, and
80-forth, which ouco in awhile and under
very peculiar circumstances may pay for
themselves, aro as a general thing little
more than time thrown away.
But it is always a good thing to keep all
parts of one's place in a neat and nice con
dition, and tho material gathered together
in this way into tho compost heap will gen
erally pay for itself. However careful may
be a farmer or gardener to keep things clean,
thero will often be odd corners that will bo
left by the pressure of work to gro.v up to
coarso vegetation. If this be cut when leis
ure tmio comes it will generally pay in the
compost heap. At this season of tho year
especially, there is often a great quantity of
vegetable refuse of ono sort another lying
about. It will pay to collect it; and espec
ially is this true of leaves when they are in
any great quantity and not far away.
We have known persons with pretty good
judgment to hesitate about taking n second
crop from a piece of grass-land in not very
good condition, because they thought it
would be running tho ground too hard to do
so.ajThcy eay it is best to leavo tho vege
tation on the ground to rot. This is all very
well if it did rot; but little of it does. It
mostly dries up, and the best matter is lost.
It would pay much better to mow and put
into tho bamyardor compost heap, and then
return in the shape of topdressitig afterwards.
The extra labor in a case liko this pays very
Above all it is a good thing for those who
have no horso or cow no barn-yard to savtq
tho little waste material for a compost heap.
Every garden mlglit have ono in some by
place, not exposed to view. It is an induce
ment ta have a clean place, and then there's
profit in it. Germanlown Telegraph.
A Legend of Itoasted 1'otatocs.
A legend in regard to tho origin of roasted
potatoes runs that Haleigh planted some of
the tubers in his garden in Ireland, just as
he had seen it done in Virginia, and had to
return tolvngland before tho plant had reach
ed maturity. His Irish retaiuers, left in
charge of his house and garden, noticed the
seed-apples which in duo season the plant
produced tasted them and pronounced
them unfit for use by man orbeast. At that
tirao the process of "burning tho grafts," or
weeds, was practised in Ireland. It was
used by Kalelgh' servants to clear his garden
of tho withered sfalks of the potato plant.
Iu this burning tho ground became heated
and tho gardener, turning tho earth up with
his spade, found tho tubes cooked and pleas
ant to tho taste. Itoasted potatoes got wind,
and most every person in Ireland planted
potatoes, This chance discovery reminds
us of Charles Lamb's funny account of the
origin of roast pig. The owner of a litter
of juvenile porkers, roasted to death by the
casual burning of tho family sty, in picking
about among the ruins, and sorrowfully
handling the crisp remains, chanced to burn
his fingers. Clapping them to his -mouth,
ho tasted a pleasure so exquisite that it made
him at onco forget liis pain and loss. Pounc
ing On the prize, ho not only dispatched
the whole barbecue at a sitting, but licked
his lipsfor more. Tho story got wind, and
tho entire country was ablazo with burning
It is uot tho amount of land that makes
tho farm rich, but tho amount well improved.
A few acres tilled to their utmost extent of
production will yield much inoro of profit
than the large rami badly managcu ana mi.
td. Tho worst phase of farming Ii the
greediness of men for land. A new comer
will put his last dollar in land, and go in
debt for his houso and farming tools, and in
ninety-nine cases out of a hundred ho will,
after striving hard and living poor, find him.
telf, at the end of n dozen years, woro oil'
than when he first began. This iu tho gen
nil luluuf thoso who cliooso farming for
llmir profu.iou, I
Tin: lion: m aides.
A CAT-SKILL l'AltlY TALE
"Xever let him know," she said, earnestly;
and the dovo maiden promlsfd.
"I will go and find the chain foryou,"sald
Snowdrop to her mother. "Then we can
travel to the beautiful country you have told
So tho mother kissed Snowdrop ; and the
littlo girl, wearing tho silver cap and the
ring, started forth in search of tho dove
chain. She tripped along, humming a gay
song to herself. She had left her dear mam
ma and Aunt ICatrino looking sadly nfter
her, yet sho would soon return.
A littlo robin Hew on a twig, and sang,
"Don't get In tho boat."
"What did you say ?" asked the child.puz
zlcd. Then a load hopped across the path, and
croaked, "IWt get In the b.iat."
"I do not know what you arc talking
about," laughed Snowdrop, and found her
self on tho brink of tho canal. Directly be
foro her was a boat, with gilded bow, the
inside a soft pink and cream color, liko the
lining of a conch shell, and the sail was like
fine white silk. Of course the littlo girl for
got the words croaked by the toad and sung
by tho robin as a warning, and stepped intti
"I will not move the anchor; I can jtnt
pretend to be sailing on tho canal that is
all," sho said.
A large, white hand glided along under
tho boat, and slipped tho chain which held
it fastened to tho shoro. Snowdrop was de
lighted ; tho boat slid along, without the sail
being hoisted. Had sho but known it, two
largo white hands were pushing it steadily
from the bank.
Soc enjoyed tho sail, and sho was also n
trifle frightened, tho curreut of the river
seemed to be so very strong. A hawk came
skimming close to tho boat, holding a crys
tal bubble in its beak, which tho bird drop
ped on ISnowdrop's head. Crack went the
bubble, scattering fino fragments all about,
liko diamond splinters, and a fragrant liquid
flowed over the little girl's face. This bath
made tho young voyager feel exceeding!
quce ; she rubbed her eyelids wearily, her
arms drooped, and she sank down into the
bottom of the boat asleep.
Tho hawk had a famous trick of putting
people to sleep, as wo have seen.
The motion of the boat recked her gently,
liko the softest cradle, as she glided along
more rapidly than ever. Tho two strong
white hands pushed her past towns and ham
lets straight onward ; and if Snowdrop had
been awake to peep over the side sho would
have seen not only the hands, hut two fair
arms, and a head covered with long, floating
hair, liko tangles of sea-weed.
"I have caught a pretty mouse a new
toy," gurgled a soft voice down under the
When the little girl awoko and raised her
head to gaze about her, thero was a wide,
rolling sea extending from ono side of the
sky quito around to tho other. The frail
cockle-shell of a boat was tossed high in tho
air by the rough billows, and Snowdrop
shrieked with terror every time sho mounted
n crest to plunge down the other side. Oh,
how silly it was to get into the boat and go
to sleep 1 How she wished sho was safe at
home with her dear mamma and Aunt Kat
rine I She never once thought of her fairy
ring, although it was on her finger all tho
A largo wave towered high beforo tho
frightened child; tho boat was upset, and
sho was caught in the white arms waiting to
receive her, then borno swiftly aud safely
through tho rushing waters.
Before the bewildered traveler knew what
sho was about, sho stood at tho gates of a
city. What surprised her most was tho fact
that her starry dress and silver cap were per
fectly dry although she had been in the wa
ter all the while. This would not have been
the case had not her fairy ring been on her
At first tho city seemed to bo precisely
similar to cities on land ; there wero shops,
squares, and palaces ; and tho wall was
thickly crusted witn oysters and barnacles,
like a ship which has been in tho water a
long while. On closer inspection Snowdrop
discovered the difference : tho avenues were
sand, the rows of buildings large shells. It
would bo easy to find tho residence of a
friend hero if ono wa3 a stranger. Thero was
ix street composed wholly of cowries, another
of clam shells, another of scallops, a fourth
of periwinkles, and so on, tlaough all the
kingdom of shells. Snowdrop was not sur
prised, therefore, to read on sign-hoards,
"Clam Shell Terrace," "Cowry Tlace," or
"Periwinkle Avenue." She walked dry
shod through the streets.but sho noticed that
the inhabitants darted about swiftly and
noiselessly, for they all had fish-tails. Tho
city was very bright, almost as if illuminated
with gas, and Snowdrop discovered that this
light was bIicc! from a sunfish hung on a polo
in n largo park of seaweeds. Tho sunfish
was phosphorescent, and at night the watch
man was obliged to draw a blind over it in
order that tho people should sleep a wink.
In the center of this tea-weed park was u
building made of the bell of a jelly-fish,
which was liko the most beautiful crystal, or
blown glass, with pink and blue tints on the
walls. Snowdrop could see people moving
about inside this palace, and sho approached
it. Two swoTd-fish policemen hovered about
"This is a prison," tuey said, very fiercely.
Snowdrop ran up tho steps and entered
the first hall, whero a group of mermaids
wero playing on coral harps with draped sea
lettuce. Ono of these took Snowdrop's hand;
"I caught you, littlo maid, nud I shall keep
you for a pet." The second hall was spa
cious and beautiful ; at the farther end was
a throne of rock, upon which tat a woman
who was turned to stone, all except her
head, and bound with irou chains to her
Before her were open coffers and curious
relics of all sorts, with piles of Bilk fabrics,
jewels, bars of gold, and coins, such as aro
lost in shipwrecks.
A number of young men and maidens, rob
ed in dazzling white, who were evidently her
subjects, sorted tho treasure into chests ; but
the Queen did not seem to find any amuse
ment in their employment.
Snowdrop approached and was kindly re
"Have you sccu my mother's dovechaiu?"
asked the child,
"I am (ueen Kornor," said tho lady.
"This largo city was onco located on a beau
tiful plain, surrounded by hills, Tho Giant
Drubb became angry with mo because I neg
lected to invito him to a Christmas dinner,
and ho mado an earthquake to sink us be
nt ath tho sea, whilo I was chained to the
rock. Nothing but a blo-v from his iron
dagger will releaso me."
"f may bo able to help you," said Snow
drop. "If you do, I will take you to a wise wo
man who lives on the mounUiln-side,and hu
miut know nil about the dovo chain. Tho
Oiaul Drubb lives on the border of tho Ara
bian Desert. Pause by tho well under the
V2illno will rrwIKite f roil t tin yst"in oer
taint ( -crofula nml scrofulous humor. It lnsl"'r
irunontly cured thousand la iiohKhi mid Mcliillj
who had been lung and painful siitTerers.
Cuticvr, Caiuifioux Humor,
Tho mirveloilsclTect of Vegotlnp la casof Ciitic-t-nnd
cancerous humor chaUeii-vs the must pi'iiruittiii
attention ot tho infilled faculty, innny of whom nn
proscribing Vcjetlne to th.lr patients.
Vegctlno Ins nei or failed to euro tlio most Inriexl
blu case of canker.
Til? Vejettno meets with wonderful success In the
euro ot lids class of Diseases.
1'ain in tin! Hones.
In this complaint tho Vegcttne Is the great rcmedj
as It removes Irum tho sjsiem Ilia producing cause
Tetter, Salt tlhcinsi, Scald Head, Ac., will errtnluli
yield to the great alterative clfocts of Vegclln.'.
Vegettno Ins never ratio 1 to euro tlia most Invete
rate cftso of Erj slpelas.
I'liiiplL'sanil iMimor.S ol'llie race
ltoasoii should tencli us that a blotchy, rough or
phnplod bkln depends chtlicly upon uu Internal
cause nnd no outward appl cuiion can ever euro tin
defect. Vcgellno Is tho ifre.il blood purlller.
Tiimoi'H, Ulvvi'N or Ml sort'M
uro caused by an Impure state of tlio btoo.l. demise
tlio blood thoroughly with Vejetmc, and tlieso com
plaint j Mill dls.ippc.tr.
For (Jits complaint the only substantial bcncllt can
bo obtained through tho blood. Vegotlne Is tliu gi eat
Vegctlno does not net us a cathartic to debilitate
the Dowels, but cleanses id the organs, enabling
each to perform tliu functions dotoivlug upon It,
Vegctlno has restored thousands to health who
bavo been long nnd painful sufferers,
If Vcgetltio Is taken resutarly, according to direc
tions, a certain and speedy cure will follow Its use.
fr'aluliii'NS at I lie stomach.
Vegetlno Is not a stimulating bitters which creates
a fictitious appetite, but a gentle tonie,whtcti assists
nature to restore tho stomach to a healthy action.
Fein tilt: Weakness
Vegctlno acts directly upon tlio causes of these
complaints. It tntlgorntcs mid strengthens the
whole sy stom, acts upou the secretive organs mid al
In this complaint tho good ellects of the Vegctlno
oro realized Immediately nficr commencing to take
It; ns debility denotes deficiency of tho blood, and
Vegctlno acts directly upon the blood.
Vegotine is Sold by All Druggists.
OITOSITE TIIC CU.NTI1AL HOTEL.
lias a complete stock ot puro and rellablo
DKUQS, MEDICINUS, 01IGMICALS, DYES, ACIDS,
SOAl'S, SODA, SODA ASH, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, rtim, VAKNISIIES AND ALL
PAlN'rawSUPl'LIKS, SI'ONOES, CliUSlI
EX, l'EHFUMEKY, &C
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Country Produce taken In exchange for Drugs,
Medicines, Dyes, &c.
Have a earcf idly selected stock of choice
TEAS, COFFEE, SUOAlt, SPICES, SOAP, P1CKELS,
SAUCES, FISH, HAMS, CANNED rilUITS,
VEGETABLES AND OTHEIt FINE ClItOCEU
IES, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Fruits, Nuts and Confectionary,
all at the lowest possible prices.
txreoantry Produco taken In exchange.
moomsburg, March W, 18,5-y
HOLLINS & HOLMES
So. U Centra Stro
Piute Gas and Steam Filters
J? I IsT w are,
GALVANIZED IRON COltNICE,
Wire Trellises, Ac. Dealers in Stoves, Rang
es, Kurnacca, lialtimoro Heaters, Low Down
Grates, Mautcls, TUMI'S, Weather Strips,
of tho latest design. Special attention paid to ro.
pairing Sewing Machines of every description, scales,
Locks. Iloll Manning. Key Kitting. Ac. l'rlvato IteM.
denccs Heated byutcoinat ufcinull ccstabovo Hot
Air. Feb. 26.1J-U.
TWO MONTHS FREE ! !
THE NEW YOKK TRIBUNE,
"The Leadino American XcwwanerJ '
fin rPPlnt (if tl H111 tllDail VCrtlfeCmeilt THE WEFIC"
i v thihiinic uill be hcnt. DubUiLTU nnld. until Decern.
tor aist. 1876, or lor tl.&". Mx copka ; (or ti.'.eloven ;
Jan. 10,lEWyt iuu imnu.ii.,cw mm
DVKKT1SIN0: Cheap: Goods fiystenm-
.All IcrsO!ui wno conocmpmuj mtu.iii con
Ith newspapers tor tlio Insirllon ofodver.
tlseinenta, bhould bend sa cents to Geo. p. owe i &
Co., 41 Purk How, KOW York, for their PAMPIILET
11O0K (nlnety.sevcnth edition.) containing lists tt
over '!! newspapers and estimates, shoMlnt; tho
cost. Advertisements taken for k adlut; papers In
many Mates at a tremendous rcduiUon from pub
iisueis' rails, uethib mi. mu, uiu-i),
(IeTO$20 per ilay. AkchIs wanted. All
a)D classes ol worklnir people of both soxes, youni;
nnd old, make inoro money at work for us,ln tiulr o n
localities, durlnif their soaro inoimnts, or all Ibo
time, than at unv ll.lnif else. Vo oifir employmuit
that will ray handsomely frr every hour's woik.
I ud partlcidnrs, terms, Ac, bend uh your nddrius at
once. Don't delay. Now Is tho time. Dont look
for work or business elsewhere, until you liat o learn,
ed what we oBer. U, Minsum & Co., Portland, Muluu,
LANK N0TK8,wlth4ur wUhout extmj.tioi
lOr BUG HI WO IWLVHKIAM WU VVt
Is widely known
as one of tlio most
ever discovered for
clcanslmr Ihn kvs-
tem and purifying
t tlio Mood. It has
' stood tlio test of
years, with n con
stantly growing re p
titatlon, based on its
intrinsio virtues, nnd sustained liy its re
inarkablo cures. So mild ns to bo safe and
beneficial to children, nnd yet so searching
as to cll'cctiially purgo out tlio great cor
ruptions of tlio blood, such as tlio scrofulous
nnd syphilitic contamination. Impurities,
or diseases that have lurked In the system
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti
dote, and disappear. Hence Its wonderful
cures, many ol which aro publicly known,
of Scrofula, and all scrofulous diseases,
Ulcers, Krtlptlons, mid cruptlvo dis
orders of tlio skin, Tumors, Itlotclics,
Itolls, Pluiplcs, Pustules, Sores, St.
Anthony's I-'ire, Itoso or Erysipe
las, Tetter, Salt ltlictun, Scald
Head. ItiiiKWorm, nnd internal Ul
cerations of the Uterus Stomach,
nml lilvcr. It also cures other com
plaints, to which it would not seem especi
ally adapted, such as Drops), Dyspep
sia, Kits, Neuralgia, Heart Disease,
Female AVcakncss, Dchlllly, and
IiCticorrhoun, when they aro manifesta
tions of tho scrofulous poisons.
It is an excellent restorer of health and
strength in tho Spring, liy renewing tho
appetite and vigor of the digestive organs,
it dissipates tho depression nnd listless lan
guor of tho season. Even where no disorder
appears, people feel better, and livo longer,
for cleansing the blood, Tho system moves
on with renewed vigor nnd n new lease of
PREP A It ED li Y
Dr. J. C, AYER Sl CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chanittt.
BOLD BY ALI. DIIUGUISTS KVEItYWHEItE.
Apill 10-; 5)1
CTEW STOCK OF CLOTHING.
Gentleman's "Dxaaa Goods
luvites attention to his large and elegant stock ot
Clieap ana Mulile Cloli
at his store on!
MAIN STltEUT, IN THE NEW I1L0CK,
where ho has Just received from New York and Hill
ndclphla a full assortment ot
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including tho most fashion able, durable and
AND OIL CLOTH,
COATS AND PANTS,
01' ALL BOUTS SIZES AND COLOItS,
Ha has also replenished his already lurgc stock of
CLOTHS AND CASS1.MEHF.3,
He has constantly on hand a large and well select
ed assortment of
Cloths and Vostinga,
which ho Is prepared to rnako to order Into any Kind
of clothing, on very short notice, and In the best
manner. All his clothing is mado to wear and most
ot it is of homo manufacture.
HOLD WATCHES AND JKWELUY,
OF EVEItY DESCHIPTION, FINE AND CHEAP.
1113 CASE OF JEWEUtY IS NOT SUIlPASSEI) I.N
CALL AND EXAMINE HIS (1ENEHAL ASSORT
ilENTOF Clothing, Watches, Jov1
Coughs Colds, ISion
cliltN, Sore Throat, In
tliunza, Croup, Whoop
ing Cough, lloarscuihs
or SorenehS in the
Chest or Side, Weeding
at the Lungs, nnd every
lly cured hv tho use of Wi. Wis nil's lUifiM or Vn.i
i NEiiur, wmcn uocs not ury upn couunanu it'iue
uiu vuinu U.MUUU, at is uio tau uu inuftv riim-uir,
but loosens it, cleaners tho lungs and nllajs Irrlta
Ion, thus removing tho cause of tho complaint.
Consumption can bo cured
by a timely rcboi t to this standard remedy, ns Is
1 rutcu uy uuuuii'us oi iibuuivui. o n udmriiituu
AN ACTUAL UUfilNlMS INSTITUTION AND
For Information call at omco, or send for Cou.su
$1,200 PROFIT on jj
Invested 111 Stock Privileges In Wall Street. Ilooks
nnd circulars Ullliig, "How 'Us done," sent frte.
Addri&s lUXTi itito., lluuktis, 11 Wall bl., New
AT TUB COLUMWA OFFICE.
mm a m a' . . . . ., f wum in .r
HAVING resinned the biiliiess of Merchini
discing at hts Old Store, on
MAIN ST11EBT, HLOOMS11U11G,
NKAU TUB FORKS HOTEL,
Pcstrcstn call tho attention of lit Friends nnd tin
Public gcncrutly.o his
NEW, FULL AND VAItlEl)
STOCK OF GOODS,
And solicits a.shnro of public iwtrcnaRO
HIS STOCK CONSISTS OF
HOOTS & SHOES,
FLOUlt AND FEED
In connection with his stoek of Mtrcnnndke he
constantly kecrson hand In his yard.
A FULL STOCK OF
Dressed, and Uateefl Life
AND SHINGLES OF HIS MANUFACTultE.
Bill Lumber nnule a spocinlity.
CALL AND SEE.
A CHEAT STHIQE!
Up nml Over Old MHImkJh found
to be ('unity, or oltjcclion
A NKW AND VASTLY ADVANTAGEOUS
PLAN IIKUSIIY ADOPTED 11 Y
At their Works in Bloonisburg,
Formerly IltoomMuirc Iron and Manufacturing
company), where win bo kept constantly on hand n
laigo nstortment of
White mid lied Asli .intliracltc
FOK DOMESTIC PUIiroSES, AND
CUPULO, IiLACKSMITII AND ISITUMIN
nt prices to suit Hie trade. All Coal specially pre
pared before leaving tlio Yard. Also
Plows ami Threshing Machines,
and all kinds of
Casting and Machine Work.
ItEPAIHINO promptly attended to. Thev wonld
respectfully bollclt the Fntronngo of tho Public.
U,.M.J, K. LOCIvMtl).
Oct. 9, '75-ty liloonisburjf, Pa.
T. L. GrUNTON, Proprietor,
MAIN STHEET, HEt.OW JIAHKET.
Mamij'udurer of and L'caler in all kinds of
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WOKKS
We me tho best AJIKIHCAN and ITA LIAN Marble,
He has on hand and furnishes to order
UIINS, VASES, cc.
Every variety of Marble cutting neatly executed at
tlie luwcst market prices.
A Ion practical experience and personal attention
tobiiilnehs makes tlio propilctorconllduntot ghhitf
satisfaction. All orders by mall promptly attended
gSf'A7. Jl. Work delivered free of chirrje."d
Aug. 21, '7l-ly. T. L. (1UNTON, Proprietor.
8,00 PER TO 1ST.
ke:i Inwl ileiioMi iiniioried exclusively uy
ourselves from South America.
Analjblson each bajr and (tiallty Ruaranteed. See
bainpiesunucucuiari,uiiiianii in uciicjrsi;cncr.uiy,
,)0S1AH J. ALLKN'S SONS,
No- 4 S, Delaware Aenuol'Ulladclphta.
A FIRS' CLASSNEWSPAPER,
DAILY ANjT WE33KL.Y.
Iiulopundcnt in Everything !
Neutral in Nothing,
Opposed to all Corrupt Ttfngs in
Municipal, tuto and National
THE DAILY TIMES llibo Issued on Saturday, tho
Ulli of Haichneit, and every mornliff thereafter,
Suudajs excepted, under tho edlloilul dliectlou of
A. K, JlcClure, printed compactly from clear, new
l pe, on a Uriro folio Miect, containing all timnews
of tlio day. Including tno ASSOCI A'l E PliESS TELE
OUAMS uncial 'lelet'rams and l'oireiond.ni
Horn nil nt.luts of Intel est, und fearlcn editorial dis
cussions of current topics. Price, TWO CENTS.
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nnniuu, or llfly cents per month. In adianen.
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per line, accordlut; iu iwsillou.
The Weekly Times
will be Isktin! onSaturdar. March !0th. weekly
thcrf.itler, conloliilnif nil Important news of the
week, nnd complete Market und l'lnauclal llenorts.
i, lor ouo year, postage rree, ui tuo iouuh u-
i Lit copies
AUVKltTISHMliNI K iwcnlv.liio cents per line.
ltemltuncos khould bu muduby Drutlsur 1'ottOf.
No. U South seventh Mi
I .1 MS.. "J. 1
In caparity nml cxccllcnco by nny nthcr.
DIPLOMA OP HONOR AT
VIENNA, 1873; PARIS, 1867.
nsjl U Amrricnn Oomn ccr nwnr.lrd nny mMnl
UFlLj In Euroi,or whkh prcirnt null extruonll
nury otcrllonco ni to command it wklo wilo there,
kllUAVO mIiW Wstiert prrmlnmn nt Indiu
Al (I tliu trlnl EipoKltlori., In ,mctlonnell
i:urpt. OatothnnclmHthcltilimu notuin.li la
til n hem snjr other ersam liaro been preferred.
DCPT Iwlnred by Eminent Mil-Minn, In l)lh
Ut.M hemileres lo Im lllirltlllcil. Sea
'1 liSTlMONI M. rtlirULAll, with elihdol I of more
than One TIlollMlild (elit free).
IMPIPT on hating ft Mm Hamtln. Do not
lllulu I takomiy other. Heiilcn gtt tMimn eon-
MIXklONJ. faf HCllUill VlftrloT BW. "''
reason often try r. ru l.aM tell uimiMng eM.
llrUU CTVICP lllimoft Importnnt tmrrovc
fltU O I I l-to ment ever tiin.te. n
Soli, iiiiil Collltlllltllloll Stop. Stlperll
ttnurro and other I'nM'N tf netv UfM&liN,
PIANO-HARP CaniNET ORGAN .
quinltc comblnutlon of thco liilnimrnt,
l'iimcntii; or rented unttlrent my ftrthe organ.
flT I flPIICP nnd Clrenlam, with fnllpnrtlc
LAI ALUbUtO tilirMree. Ad.treMASO
I1AMI.IN OlttlAN CO., 151 Tremonl Stmt. 1IOA
TON t !!5 Union Square, NEY VOHK) or bO Sl t'i
Adaus St., CI1IUAUO.
M Y 111'. I WAISEl) AT
vVHOLESALE Oil RETAIL
Ofitcrnl A'jcnt alsn fur the celebrated
I. K. IILLEli.
Dc.iler in above Instruments.
.March ls, '75 y
A HEAVY STOCK,
Cheaper tkazi Ever!
S. 11. MILLER & SON
Have Just llccuivod
the largest nml best supply ol
CHEAP kW FASHIONABLE
They hac ever olTcrcd to their friends and cus.
(Jloths, Cassimeres, and Satinotts
Cloths, Alapacas, Merinos,
for LADIES' WEAH,
CALICOES, MUSLINS, CA.MHIUC3,
ami every variety of Dry (JootU tleinnl.
Carpets, Mats, Ottomans,
CLOSED OUT AT COST
including all the varieties of
CO K KICKS, TEAS and SIKiAUS,
ami a general supply of articles ti-eful fur the
tabic always on haml.
CALL AND SEE.
Co.intry produco of all hinds taken in ex
chaiiKC for goods at caih pi ices.
FARMERS TAKE NOTICE I
It H of groat lmuorUnco to you what Kind of
manure you apptv to your Wheat I-uidi this f.dl. If
you want a good crop of Wlie.it noM fccoson, and n
heavy crop of (Iras to follow, inc.
Raw Bono Super Phosphate
1'ut up tn 2ou:i bass.
The base of thH Old IMuMUlied Article Is ltaw or
"ourncu jioncs, and In htreiuth cannot ho o..
Iiatiitcd with tho crop of Wheat, hut nllinrovocr.
feitli o ou tho fo low Ins crop ot Uross, and will ulso
permanently improve tho noil.
Farmers look to your own Interests and prove If
Baugh's Raw Bono Phosnhato
is into or raise, and notify us of tho result Mnlco
application lor It early tojour nearest Dealer In
.Manures, and If j ou cannot secure tt through tUtin,
beau your oruers mrect to jour friends
HAUCH-I & SONS.
AUff. int. I'lIiLMJEU'lllA & IIAIrlMOllU.
IRON IN TUB III.OOI),
I HE I'KHUVUN SVHIU'
viuiUoH und emit lies ;ho
blood, lories up Hie ajs.
mm, uuu.n up ine oroKi n
tiawn, cures il m'dh i
Dehllitv, dropsy, t hliisuuu
nervutis uITee Ions, huiu
humors, dlseuiCK of tlio
Kiwieya unti oi.-vi.icr, lo
male complaint s,e.
T1ioumuIh havo been
changeil b the Uso of tho
btroiiL', heal hy, happy men und women; mid
Invalid, cannot reason
hctltatu to L'hu It a til.d
caution. llo .sure
JOtl Kit llm "I'EltCllAN
Nvncr" not Permian Hark.) t-old by dealers Liner.
any. A 3i-pui;o iiampldct, containing a treatbo on
iron as n ur tiicai ajrent and inner vtuuaoio papers,
testimonials from ilMliiL-uWud nil bid. ins. clenrv-
men and tiihers. will bu sent Ho lo unv address.
skiiiW. l'oftiu ; t.o.ss, pioprletors, bil llurilson
LATCH LEY'S Im
oOl) I't'MI' Is tho uc-
knowledsed fcliuidanl of
tho maiket, by popular
T m unci, mo nesi imuip ior
. I ittft (lit, liol m
NLit' theleast money. Atttnllon
Is United to Itljtthlev's linnrOMd I:rack
tt.tliolirop tlieck iilu, which can Uo
wllhdrawn without tlliluitlliL-lliti tolnts.
nnd the copper chamber width uuvi-r
( rucks, t.c.ili's or rusts und w lit List n llto
time, l'or bale by dculeiu and tho trado
ccnerany. in oruer louusuio in.iijoii
ircl HUtihlcy's I'ui'ip.bu careful uad hco
that It has my trade mark us above. If joudanot
kiiowwhero to buy, dcscrlpllie circulars, together
with the name und addi ess of tho agent neai est ou
1.111 OV UI lllMlt'U UV llllUll'ftllllT II blillll!,
L'UAS, (i. HLATC'llI.flV, Mimufaeiurer,
60 Uunimcrco St., riilladclpida
KOIt 8AI.E I1V
J. SCHUYLER A SON, Bloomslrarg, Pa.
.iiarcn ti 15-tiiu
NEATLY AND CIIIUI'I.Y I'HIN'TKI), AT THE CO
THIS I'AI'BB IS ON riLR WITH
R DWELL &, pllESMAH
. Advertising V Agents,
THinp 4 CHESTNUT ST8., ST. LOUIS, MO
edy fioin weak, t
a I55vg iASSSsSiSir!
Tlio Columbian Printing Estab
lishment is amply supplied with
the necessary Presses, Types and
other material lor executing all
kinds of Printing at low rates and
in the most expeditious and satis
X! ALL AT THE
COUJIT HOUSE .ALLEY,
When special material is required
it will bo promptly obtained.
Books and Pamphlets,
Hand-Bills and Dodgers,
Large and Small Posteiv,
Letter and Bill Heads,
Envelopes with Business Cards,
Bussines3, Pio Nic, "Wedding and
Programmes, Bills of Faro, Ac.
Will all bu supplied nml exeuted
in superior stylo, at cheap
rates and short notice.
Tho best workmen aro employed
and tho best material will
always bo furnished.
A liberal sharo of public patron
age 'is respectfully solicited.
BLOOMsiiuna, June 18, 1875.
RAIL ROAD TIME TA-tLES
piltLADl-Xl'lIA AND ltKADINd LOU)
AUliAKOlv.MKNT 01'' I'AijsLNClKH
may ad, is;s.
rtiAtna f.KivK iuthitas iou.owa pi'MnwKxctniu)
l'or New Yotk, I'lilladclphl!', lipwtlng, l'i,tt,iitto
rmnnqua, sc., ll,o.i a. in
Kor Catiiwlisii, ti.tla ii, m. nnd 7,30 p. m.
l'or UTlllumsport, (1,B8 n. m. nnd 4,00 p. m.
niAtvsKoit iicrr.iiT ipavk as iomawp, (sunday tx
I.eac Now York, p,tB a. in.
Lvivo riiltadclplila, tMr, n. in,
I.enc Heading, 11,5 n, in., rottulllp.i9.inn .
and Tiiniariuni 1,80 p. in.
ijmvo CatnHlwa, e,t a. in. nnd 4,no p, m.
l.v.tu Wllllaiiispoit,!,aou. in, und fi.rup, m.
I'assengeis tu nml from and rhllnilelj Ida go
through without change of ears.
J. 12. WOOTHN,
May s, ISTt-tf. fieneral Superintendent.
Tlme-Tablo No. S'.i, Takes effect at 4:30 A M
TTlUltMDAY, HKCKMIIKH 10, 1STJ.
n.m. p m. p.m.
8 ,1 1
7 4 '
7 11 '
2 20 0 1,0
2 VI', 0 1,5
2 mi ii 41
. ..Uickawaiiiia 110 17
i'lllslon 1 10 2.1
.. West 1 ltlston... 10 2U
... Vlomin' '1 iu
Mallli.t 1' us
Klnn'ti.n llo 4.1
Kingston . ...p Ml
2 41 0 10
2 Mi 7 10
2 t 7 I ,
2 t 7 I ,
llll 7 11
.ri.wnnuui .nine., ,io ru
5 12 Bl)
111 12 11
ir, 12 ill
B 12 HI .llunliit'k's reek.
i; .'"i 12 ill
II M 11 41)
0 25 11 33
...Dent h Milieu.
I, 2 I 11 31
II 3 11 1l
ll IS 11 17
11 Oil It 11
Minn ItltlgC 12 17
B Ml 11 02
I-sp.V M2 21)
5 40 10 .M1 ...liloninsbtirg.,,.. 12 32
B 4) 1' 4Si Illlpcrt . .. 12 37
B ill B si) 10 40. (.lark's MMteh... 12 4S
B IB B 12 10 23 IMIlMtlu 1 U.1
B ol B 02 1 1 12 t hulasky l ii
4 ,M 4 f,7 in os Cameron l 1 1
I no 1 40 o r. .Northumberland. 1 3
a.m. p.m. u.in.l ip.m.
DAVID T. llOt'M), Sunt,
, Superintendent's onice, Kingston, .March r,, is!j,
On nnd after November 20th, 1S73, trains will iraio
SUN1IU11Y as follows:
IMa Jtall 5.20 a. m., arrive r.lmlra h.bo a. m
" t'nnaudalgu.i . s.3.1 p. in
" lioche.stei' 6.15 "
" Niagara 0.40 "
llenovo nccommodatlon U.10n. m. niiliu Williams
it 12.M p. in.
Klmlra Mall 4. is n. in., urrlie Klmtra 10.20 a. m.
DutTulo Ilxpiebs 7.15 a. 111. nrrliu HufTnlo sjut u. in,
Uutlalo l'..prcss 2.50 a. in. tirrlo Harrlbhurg 4..10 a. m
" Iialllinores.ii) .
KlmlM.Mall 11.15 a. 111., nnlie llarrhliuig l.M) p. m
" Washington lo.co "
" ll.iltliuoie ii.3o "
" ushliigton 8.3o "
llanlshnrg accommodation S.40p. in.aiilio HarrU
btirg 10.50 p. m.
niTiie Ilaltlmoio 2.2.1 a. m
" Washington c.tu "
Krlc .Mall 12.55 a. m. arrli 0 Han hhuig a.os 11, m.
" Il.lllllll01-O8.40 "
" Washington 10.3.1 "
All dally except Sunday.
I). M. 110YI), Jr., (leneral Passenger Agent
A. ,1. t'ASSATT, tlcneral Manager
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL P.OAD.
l'liilinloliililii & Uric K. I!. Divisiou.
SUJIMKR TIJIU TAI1LK.
ON anil after SU.VDAY, MAY 2:5.1, is;.-,,
tho trains on tho Philadelphia k i:rle Kail
uoad I)l Isou nlll run ns follow s :
PAST LINE le.ues'Xew York
" " " l'lill.ulelplilii
" " " ll.dtlmore
" ' 14 llurrlsburg
" " nir. at Wllllamspuil
" " " Lock li nen
" ' " ilellefoutu ,
Kllli: MAIL leaves New York
' " " 1 IdladelphlJ
' " ' llanlsbiiig
" ' " Wllll.imsport....
" " " IaicI; ll.iven ....
' ' ' ltenoo
" " air. at Kile
. 9 25 11. in
. 12.M p in
.. 1.20 p. lil
. .1.110 p. m
s.5.1 p m
.111.20 p. in
11.50 p. in
8.2.1 p. 111
...11. 5 p. in
4.21 11. Ill
s.3.1 a. 111
. . 0.4.10.111
. 11.0.1 11. Til
... 7, Op IU
NIAdAltA UXI'ltlISS leaves Philadelphia 7.40 ti 111
" " " llallliuore. . , 7.H.1 a. 111
" " " llaiTKburg. ,10.55 a. 111
' " air. at Wllllaui'.poit, l.Mp. in
" " " iAick llaien... 8.1.1 p. 111
" " " Itcnoio 4.80 p. Ill
i:i.MII(A .MAIL leaves Philadelphia s.o a, in
" " " llalllu.oiu sso it. 111
" " " llan l-buig 12B1). Ill
" " nrr. nt iMIll.iiu.spoit .inp. in
" " " Lock llui en 7.311 p. m
1'IIIL'A ESl'ltESS leaves Lock ll.nen. .
" " " WHII.iuispurt.,
" " unlvrsat llarrlibuig ...
" " " ILilllmoro
" " " I'Utlidelplda
" " " New York
. (1.40 a. m
. ... 7.r,.i a, 111
. . 11 45 11. 111
... .1.1.1 p. m
. .. 8.3.1 p. 111
.. . 0.45 ji. 111
.. (Una 111
10. tt 11. 1.1
. . 1 1 si a. 111
... 3.00 p m
. S.'.'0 p. Ill
... a 1.1 p. in
. 0.85 ji. in
. .11.20 a m
8.25 p. Ill
. 9.45 11. l)
10.50 p 111
, 2.2.1 11. 111
.. 7..15 a in
ti.4.1 11. in
. .'0.10 a. 111
.,12.85 a m
. 3..' 5 a. m
. 7. IS II m
. . 7 . 0 a, 111
. t".?5 a. 111
DAY KXPIWSS leaves
1 nek II .veil.
IlllltlllPJlOI 1 .
" " nrr. nt UiiriUbuig ..
' " ' l'hlladclilil.i. .
' " ' New Ymk ....
" " " Datttmoio
" " " Itenuio
" " " Lock Haven
" " " Wllllntn'port ....
" " urr. at llinlahuig
" " " lialllinor.)
" " " I'liiiadelold.i
" " " New York
FAST UN'i: leaes Wllllamspoit
" " urr, at Ilat'ilibuig
" " Jl.lltllllOll
" " " Philadelphia
' " " New Yoik
l.'ito Mall West, Niagara Ilxpress West, Klnilia
-Mall West .111.1 Day llvpitss i:asl m..ke close eoliiii '.
Hon at Noiitiuiiili.'ilaiid Willi L. & 11, it, It trulus fur
Wllkes-llano and Ncrnntoli. 1
Urte Mall Wet, Niagara K.tpren West and nmira
Mall West make clusu connection at llllainsiic.it
with N. '. It. W. trains North.
Kile Mull Cast nnd West, Niagara llspress est
1'att l.lno Wcstand Day i:piisij l.'ast make ek -e
eoniieclliin at Lock II11M11 Willi II, i;, V. It 1!., Iialus
llrlo Matt Hast anil West connect ut i:rlo with
trains on 1, s. & M. H, It, It., at t'rury with o. ( A
Y. II. II. at Emporium with ll. N. Y. V. It. 1!., nml
al Driftwood ullli A. Y. It. It.
Parlor Cars will run between Philadelphia and
Wllllamspoit on Niagara lixpics West, lV.t Line
West, Philadelphia Express East and Day Expass
East, bleeping fare on alt nUht trains.
WM. A. UALLWIN,
Jan. 8,'7&-tf (ieucraisupt
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
"WM. V. I10DINK, Iron Street below sec
ond, llloouisburg, Pa,, lsniepared to do ul
In tho best styles, at lowest prices, nnd at short
Parties having buclnvor todo wll nuvetnoneyiy
woilt warranted to give satisfaction,
VM. F. r.ODlNE.
Mar. 6, 'U- ly.
A 'ITOHNLY'S 15LAKK.S, (uniii on
f Juc.uuiit I'Mids, lum iniitut ml li r
tliu l oiintuN ri.ee. All lliiiMliiur.ij'o
HUiir kept on hand or limed to oidei.