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TIIK DOVE MAIDEN.
A CATSKILI. PAint TAL1J
It m not easy to cc.ipo from tho mer
maid who hud caught Snowdrop. Sim wish
ed to present her to Neptune, one said, nnd
Mto cjuld not nflbnl to linelier. Then Snow
drop clipped her nrtiu ahout tho neck of tho
lovely mermaid and kli-cjl her, entreating
thru slio mlgut ho released.
"I nui!t find tho dovo chain for my mntli
or, ',y is watching for mo nil this Ion;;
lime," fttio pleaded ; nnd the mortnaid undo
not another objection, but .carried her to the
shoro. Tho mermaid was only frolicsome.
How astonished tho dovo mother would
h.wo been to see her child carried in a mer
maid's nrius, with her star-robe crisp and
For tho first timo Snowdrop remembered
to una her ring by wishing herself ut the
palm-tree, and she found herself there soon
er than any steamboat could have taken her.
She saw nobody, nnd looked down into the
well. A roso-coloreil liulblc came up to tho
surface from the cool depths.
''Don't p iu-- 1 1 e it in the rove," said a
voice, una the bulib'e nnk.
Next n bin." bubble apiUMsvd.
"Throw w.iiir over Daub's head," ami
, tho second bubble sank.
Then up came a green bubble.
"Carry tho enchanted watery of thi well."
"What shall I carry it In?"
"In me," replied tlm green bubble, and
popped out of tho well upon the grass n
Snowdrop walked through the grove,tliinl;
ing she would soon finish tho matter. St.ito
ly trees arched over head to form a cooi,
green vault; tun turf was velvet smoutli.anii
along the paths were spread tempting fruits
Snowdrop recalled the words of tho rosy
bubble, and walked on, turning neither to
tho right nor left.
Giant Drubb was seated in an immense
arm-chair, hgwn out of granite, which com
manded a fine view of the surrounding coun
try, so that ho should know what was going
on. Just as Snowdrop crept near, au ostrich
ran 'n fro it of the giant and paused. Drubb
' d at t'ic ostrich with all the eyes in his
3 i it was unusual to see au os-
-. a step nearer, nnd I will catch you
in l ' anil. You uuiild make me a dainty
br " . cried Drubb.
Snowdrop climbed behind him, and sprin
kled his first two eyes on the right with tho
cficlinuted water. This blinded his eyes;
nnd always hiding behind tho heads already
sprinkled, she contrived to anuoint the whole
"Dear me i3 it night?" growled Drubb.
"I thought tho sun was still hours high, but
how short the days aro growing I"
Snowdrop slipped the dagger from its
sheath at his side and wished herself away
from tho terrible monster. Tiio mermaid
had waited for her on tho shore,amusing her
self by singing sweet songs to bewitch the
Down they went through the rushing wat
ers, and this timo Snowdrop was not afraid.
It was an easy matter to use Drubb's dagger
on tho cruel chain which bound tho lady j
bui Snowdrop was surprised when the whole
city roso to its place on tho blooming plain,
the houses marble and stone, instead of clam
shells and cowries.
You see, Giant Drubb had made a sort of
off-hand earthquake to immerse the city; no
one ever heard of a town coming back that
had been swollowed by n real, terrible earth
quake. The Queen was very grateful. She
lost no time in leading Snowdrop up the
steep path to the wise woman on tho moun
tain. They found her in a hut perched on
n crag, where a goat might climb and in
deed fcho was as nimble nnd sure-footed ns
any goat. She liked to livo near the stars,
where tho thunder crashed and the lightning
seemed to leap from rock to rock.
Tho visitors entered her hut, where an owl
was perched on one sido of the hearth, nnd
an eaglo on tho other.
"Who have wo here?" sho muttered, peer
ing at Snowdrop.
"I will give you my ring if you tell mo
where the dove chain is," said Snowdrop.ea
gerly. Tho wise woman smiled nnd smoothed the
little girl's hair.
"I live nearer tho clear heavens than
those below. The stars are my jewels," she
"Jhis dear child lias rescued me from pris
on, and in return tho desires to find her
mother's dovo chain," said Queen Kornor.
"Yes, yes; I know. Madam Skimp did all
that mischief because sho could not marry
tho fairy king; und ii was his gift. I hear
all the news from my two friends here."
"I s.av Skimp fly away with the chain in
f" limit," tald the eagle.
woman sprinkled scmo dried
'.i .1 orazier, and a white cloud roso in
thoi.n at the two visitors could not see
Inr m -a. When tho smoko cleared, eho
Bhook her head.
"Go to the fairy king. Terhaps Skimp
will tell you, after all."
The eaglo offered to carry tho guests down
tho mountain on ins back, and they found
tho ride very pleasant. Snowdrop could on
ly think of her lonely mother now, who
must anxiously watch for her return, and bo
decided to seek the fairy realm at once.
Everything was in confusion ; tho fairy
queen had been stung by a gnat,which caus
ed her death, and tho king was again a will
"That comes from marrying beneath his
rrnk. Sho was only Skimp's maid of hon
or," cried tho gossips.
Snowdrop heard them, for she stood be-
luniktho bluebell in winch they were swing
"Bless mo I" exclaimed one, raising her
o c-glass, which was mado of tho eye-hole of
a cambrio ncedlo set in steel, "who comes
hi re? It is Madam Skimp, and no othor."
Sure enough, it was t-kimp, who hear 1
of tho queen's death, nnd decided to return
to tho court, in hopes of winning tho seat on
the throno beswetho king.
Skimp was lovely. Sho had bathed her
face in flower down ; her robo was sewed out
of gold-leaf, with n bodico formed of nBingle
ruby, and trimmed with diamond dust. Ilcr
hair was combed into a high water-fall ; her
hat was mado of a beetle, and her fan was
dandelion down. iever was u moro charm
ing toilet seen ; tho other fairy ladies nearly
died of envy when she minced along, waving
her fan In n fashionable manner; and in
kneeling before tho king she showed two lit
tle gold hoots with red heels to great advan
tage. Tho king thought he had never i-cen Skimp
look so pretty ; nnd when ho bado her rUe
from her knees, ho imposed to drink her
health in amber honey, which was served in
beech-nut cups. Although ho was still
dressed iu mourning (a sablo moth's coat), as
a token of respect for the departed queen, ho
Lad not sipped all of tho honey before ho
wade Skimp an ofJ'tr of marriage, ,
Tho honey sweetened her temper ton lend'.)-
that or prosperity and she igiin to
feel nshnmcd of her naughtiness.
Snowdrop mndo her presence kn wn, for
tho little pcoplo were so much nb .rlic.l I ;
their own affair that they had not not.ced
Tho king Invited her to bo seated on tho
soft moss, ns his chnir was too small ormor
tnls; and you have no idci how 'ig nnd
chrmy she appeared among tho fair1 ,qiiit'
as great a contrast as Giant Drubl was tt
"Dear, good fairies, t have baen dl oyer
tiio cartli to find my mother's. dow chain,
,am! I need your assistance."
"I should be nsliamed of my mi jects if
the did nut help you," reulled tlm king.
'I2ery falrykln must hold up n li.ni i In to
ken of willingness to nld Snowdrop "
lW.i one held up n tiny list, and Qtit.n
Si i-np raised hers with the rest. W ynot?
Suo km willing to restore (ho elm! i since
her temper had been swectmod v. h the
"hot by-gones be by-gones," she si.id. "If
I was not tho fourth wito I iui tiio fifth."
She (lew away on her gnu..! wing-, mil re
turned in a trice, carrying the chain, whl-di
she gave to Snowdrop, and kissfd liei in (lie
S.iowdrop left the fairies in the midst t
wul ling g lyetlos, thankful that Skim .'s nm
b' i in had been tit la-t grat ilcd, Awn thi
bail led htr to give up the e .nin, is v. II -li
.iconic a goal sprue at la '.
1.) nicer was not over lor tu.- ilovi .i.ri s
little ihiugliter. Scarcely bad slicqii idt
fair.' kingdom when she heaid beliinl ..ir .
rain'.iling liko distaut thunder. This sound
w i- caused, by Ginnt Drubb, who win tranip
i'lg after the bold girl who had robbed him
of his iron dagger to rcleaso Queen Kornor
from her enchantment under tho sea.
8 lo.nlrop, with the aid of her ring, chang
ed I erself into a lily, which htld tha chain
in i'a cup securely, nnd the giant strode on
without noticing tho flower trembling on its
stalk. Afterward sho resumed her journey,
and walked behind tho giant, keeping out of
rango of bis many eyes, thnt looked in all
When Snowdrop reached tho canal and
the meadow, Giant Drubb was still striding'
forward, looking before him, liko a great
many other big people ; and perhaps ho is
.still marching around the world, for Snow
drop saw him no more.
How .quickly she ran nsross tho meadow to
the village I How gladly tho dovo mother
and Aunt Katrine welcomed her I Otto was
still cross over Snowdrop's long absence, of
whom ho was fond in his way.
Next morning he went to his labor in the
fields, and Aunt Katrine stood all the copper
pots of tho kitchen in a row to be freshly
scoured. At that moment Snowdrop pulled
her mother gently away through the door.
Hastily putting the chain around tlu dovo
mother's ncck,sho wished to become a carri
er pigeon at tho same moment.and tliuy roso
in the altogether.
Olto was binding sheaves, and did not no
tice that two birds hovered over him. A
ring fell beforo him, and ho discovered a pile
of cold. He missed wife and child, but tho
pile of gold remained.
They then flew toward tho sun and their
Aunt Katrine and the village people
thought that they were dead and had gono
ToTATOES TOR H0It8E3. L. T. Scotts
writt'3 in the Country Qtntleman : Nearly
ever) winter when I havo my horse up in
stable, I think that I will call tho attention
of your readers to the practice of feeding po
tatoes to tneir horses, i once came near
losing a very valuablo horso from feeding
him dry hay and oats with nothing loosen
nig. I havo never believed in dosing a horse
with medicine, bat something is actually
necessary to koep a horso in tho right con
dition. Many use powders, but potatoes
are better, and safer, and cheaper, if fed
If those who aro not in the habit of feed
ing potatoes to horses will try them, they
will bo astonished at the result. I havo
known a horsechanged from a lazy, dumpish
one, to a quick, active, headstrong animal,
in five days, by Bimply adding two quarts of
potatoes to his feed daily. If very much
clean corn meal is fed, they do not need so
Too many potatoes are weakening, and so
arc too many apples. When I was a lad,
I was away from homo at school one winter.
and had the care of ono horse, ono yoke of
oxen, and one coy, every ono of which Iliad
to card or curry every day. Tho hoiBo had
three pails of water, four quarts of oats, two
piarts ofsmall potatoes, and two quarts of
corn extra every day ho worked, with what
liay he wanted, and n stronger, and more
active horse, of his inches, I have never yet
How to Make Mince, Pies.
To make mince pie : Hash five pounds
beef with thrco pounds of apples, one-third
pouml raisons, add three tablespoons spice,
and cook thrco minutes; add threo table
spoons cinnamon, and stir threo times ; add
mace and popper and caraway and cloves and
corriander nnd gooseberries and salt and
citron, and keep tasting till you aro suro it
is right; then set the pan in a chair and add
one quart boiled cider, one teacup vinegar,
two dozen prunes without the stones, a
gill of whito brandy if you can get it, a
wineglass of rosewater, and four pulverized
nutmegs ; next add two cups of butter and
one cup salt ; cook fifteen minutes, tattoand
put the spoon back ; if you havo anything
else in tho house you would liko to put in
you can do so, onry exercise discretion in all
your experiments ; bako in the oven and 6ct
away in tho cellar till your mother-in-law
otnvs a visiting. Detroit Free J'rcsa.
Uvu.vsa Oath. Hulless oats aro offered
to farmers at $1 per pound. It is asserted
that they "originated by hybridizing the
California Wild Oat with the'old fashioned
KnglUh oat." This is not only improbable,
it is probably untrue. Resides, these oats
havo been grown in Kuropo and in this
country lor nity years or moie. u is a
scheme to pluck farmers, pockets, and we
warn our readers of the comparatively
worthless character of these hulless oats,
based upon experience with them.
III answer to tho question as to whether
corn meal, if fed wet, Increases or decreases
tho yield of milk from co.vs, tho Country
ucnthman says. .Most dairymen, who make
tho bv.it butter sent to our markets, now feed
moro or less corn meal to their cows, tho
year nround. It does not dry up the cows
when fed regularly iu reasonable quan
tities, but adds to tho yield of butter, and to
Gather up the farm tools and carefully
put them away for another year. Itemem
ber, there is as much mado in saving as
there Is in making. The tool thnt would
wear out in a year or two, if left exposed,
when protected with shelter and other care,
will last you to raise severul additional crop.
COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA OuUNTYU'A
YogctlhO will crvllMtn from thn njstem i ir
taint ut Hcro'ula niul nomf ulo'is humor. It Ii p;i
iiiinotilly cured tln)iis.iiiils In li.i-t m una lt-lt.lt
vlio li.vl been lung ami painful nUh rers.
I'll steer, Csuicitous 'tuiniir,
The mirvlotuorfect of Vc-fcllne Pie.evof 'atic
an. I -,iii"ero-n miinur chilii-n ,'"s Hi 1 must pr f -u i
m trillion ot lliu ineill,i,il (.ii 'illy, limn) 0( Mhui.wii
liu-an'luliiK Vegetlns U tu.lr ji.itUuu.
Vi jotlno Ins never f.illeJ to euro tha moit lull.'-.'
bio case uf milker.
Tho Wvretlno meets with wonderful success In th
euro ot this cuss ot Diseases.
!'n In in the Hones.
Ia this complaint tho Veget Ino Is tl.c great remert
nsltruuioH'struiath0 8tl-m tho proilm I. yi.i'.s
Vctti-r, salt llheitm, Si-nhl ilen-l. Ac, ulll eertalnl
yliiu tu tho great nltorutno ctTivts nf Vi-Betlne.
Vejetlno h is never lullca to euro tho ni03t tn etc
rnu eu.ii ut hoMiielas.
IMMipleN mul tJtmnu.sol 111" t'tict
Ki'iiviii shmilil tiMChus thnt n IMchy, ro'i'ih '
pli.il KM '.Ma ilepi.Mi.lJ tiit.ivi.' iihiii an lulerii.i
.m'i.i- uii.l no nut aril uppl e.il Ion can e it euro th
uef -ct. Vctfetluo Is tho yieal blooil luilllor.
Tumors, 1 leers or oi-eM
are tauseJ by nu loipui o state ot tho blooil. t'h nnt
tho bluoil ilium im Voyut.ne, an J llwo eoi.i
For tills complaint tho only substantial boni'tlt cm
bo obtained thruujli tno blooJ. Vectlnulsthe gleu
Vestetlno Oocsnot nctusacatluillo to ilebllll it
tho nowcN, but cloiiusos nl tno organs, enabling
inch to perform tho unctions Uovo.vlu uiioii tl.
Vcgetlno has restored thoasawls to health who
havo been long and painful uuiroicrs
If Vcgetlho Is taken regularly, acconlln? to rtlrcc
tlons, a certain and speedy euro will follow Its use.
FalntueNS at tliu Moniach.
Vc;ctlne Is not a Ktlmuktln; bltu.-rs which creates
a notltlous npicllte, but a Rcmlo toulo, which assist
nature to restore the stomach to n hcaltliy action.
Vejtctlno acts directly upon tho causes ot those
complaints. It Invigorates and strengthens th
wholo system, acta upon the secrotlvu organs and al
In tills complaint tho good crfects of the Vegcttne
ararcallzed liumsdlatcly ufk'rcoinnn-nclng to lake
It; as debility dcuotos d-'flelenuv ot Uio biood, and
Ycgctlno acts directly upon tn blood.
Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists.
orrosiTE tiid central hotel.
lias a complete stock ot pure and reliable
nr.uos, MEDICINES, chemicals, dves, auids:
S0AT3, aODA, SODA AStl, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, I'UTTV, VAKNISI1E3 AND ALL
TAINTE113 SUPPLIES, SPONGES, I1HUS1I
E3, PEltFUAIBltY, 4C,
AT VERY L0WP1UUES.
Country Produce taken In exchango for Drugs,
Medicines, Dyes, ic.
s Have a carefully selected stock of choice
TEAS, COFFEE, SUOAIi, SPICES, SOAP, PICKELS,
SAUCES, FI3U, HAMS, CANNED FltUITS,
. VEGETABLES AND OTHEIt FINE ClKOCEIt
IES, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Fruits, Nuts and Confectionary,
all at tho lowest possible prices.
tfCoantry Produce taken In cxchange.oj
Moomsburg, March 19, lS7-y
ROLLINS & HOLMES
No. II Centre Stro
Plrnnte Gas aud Steam Fitter;
GALVANISED IKON COItNICK.
Wire Trellises. Ac. Dealers in Htnves. Rani-.
cs, I'urnaccs, Ilaltlmore Heaters, Low Down
Orates, Mantels, l'U.MI'.S, Weather Strips,
of the latest desfirn.
hpeelal attention paid to re-
palling Sewing Machines uf every di'scrt
1CKH. IIOIl 1 linclnr. Kf'V KUllm-. n -rlvnln I'.-l
donees Hcatnil hvbtpntnnt 11nmr.11 nt it...
Air. Veh 2i!.1tf.
TWO MONTHS FREE ! !
TIIK NEW YORK TRIBUNE.
"The heading American iScvupitper,' '
On receipt of It and this advertisement IiikWkei
i.t Thiuum: nlll he sent, pohtugu paid, until Heeeiu
lr 3ist, is:, or for tw.&i, hix uinica i for tu.iiuwu i
for HO, thlrti-one. Address
Jan. l&,1t-ly. '1 1IK TKltiU.Ni:, New York.
nVKUTISINO: Cheap t (iomii System.
All nersons whoconocinDlatiimavint. e .n.
w Ith nuwbt).iners lor tlm liihertl n nriui ..r.
tlsvnients, bhould und cents to (leo. p. Unwell x
Co., 41 Park How, rinv York, for Unlr PAMPIU.KT
HOOK (nlnetj -seventh edition,) containing iMaof
over soon newspaper and estimates, showing tho
cost. Advertliieinents taken tur lending nainrsln
many Halls ut u licmenUous reduction from nub
Ushers' rutis. (.irum Icon. Juri. lt'I5-ly,
TO $20 per day. Agents wanted. All
classes ot worktnir neonloof Loth boxen, voum?
ai d old, make moro money at tvoik for us.lnuiilr own
localities, during their hiiuro moincuts, or ull the
time, thuu at ant thing cisu. 'o oifer employment
that will pay handsomely Kr every hour's ork.
fud particulars, terma, Ac, tend us your address ut
once. Don't delay. Now Is the (lino. Don't look
for work or Lu -JneRs elsewhere, untllyou havu leui li
ed what we. otftr. (I. Ktinmin 4Co., Portland, Malue,
$1,200 PROFIT on $i()()
InfekU'd In Ktirk 1'rlHleirea In U'ull-Hrttt. Ilnota
and rlrvuLirs tiling, "Mow 'Us Uouo," sent fri ,
Address iUirsuaOo., liunkors,!! it oil au, Her
Is widely known
ns one of tho must
ever discovered for
cleansing tho sys
tem and purifying
liic blooil. it lias
' stood tho lest of
years, with a con
stantly growing re p
titation, based on its
Intrinsic virtues, and sustained by Its re
markable cures. So mild as to bo safo nnd
beneficial to children, and yet so searching
as to cll'ectually purge out the great cor
ruptions of the blood, such as the scrofulous
nnd syphilitic contamination. Impurities,
or diseases that haio lurked in tho system
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti
dote, nnd disappear. Hence its wonderful
cure.", many ol which nrc publicly known,
of Scrofula, and nil scrofulous diseases,
Ulcers, Eruptions, and eruptive dis
orders of tho skin, Tumors, Blotches,
ltolls, Viniples, Pustules, Sores. St.
Anthony's Vlre, Itosc or Krysliie
Ins, Tetter, Salt Itliciim, Scald
Head, Jtliigworm, nnd Internal UN
ccrations of the Uterus, Stomach,
mill Liver. It also cures other com
plaints, to which it would not seem cspeci
nlly ndapted, such as Dropsy, Dyspep
sia, Fits, Neuralgia, Heart Disease.
Feinalo Weakness, Debility, and
IiUiicorrhflca, when they aro manifesta
tions of the scrofulous poisons.
It Is an excellent restorer of health and
strength In tho Spring, lly renewing the
appetite and vigor of the digestive organs,
it dissipates tho depression nnd listless lan
guor of tho season. Even where no disorder
nppear9, pcoplo feel better, and livo longer,
for cleansing the blood. The system moves
on with renewed vigor and n new lease of
PREP A RED n r
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
.Practical and Analytical Chcmlttt
SOLD BY ALL DIIUGOISTS EVEItYlYinUlB.
TKW STOUK OF CL0T1HX0.
3-entlenitm'B Drous Groods
lntltes attention to his large andelegautstock of
top ai Fashionable CliiE
at his store ou
MAIN STHKET, IN THE NEW BLOCK,
where he has Just received from New York and I'hlt
adclphla a full assortment ot
SEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
iucludlni; tho most fashionable, durable ahct
AND OIL CLOTH
JO ATS AND PANTS
OF ALL SOltTS SIZES AND COLOIlS,
He has also replenished his already Ierge stock of
CLOTHS AND CASSIMBhUJ,
tie has constantly on hand a large and well 3eloct.
cd assortment ot
Cloths and Vsatinga,
which ho Is prepared to mal;o to order Into any kind
of clothing, on very bhort notice, nnd In tho best
manner. All his clothing is made to wear and nio-t
ot It Is ot homo manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWKMtY,
OF EVEKY DnsCUIITION, FINE AND CHEAP.
1113 CASE OF JHWELKY IS NOT SURPASSED IN
CALL AND EXAMINE HIS (1KNEHAL ASSORT
Clothing, Watohe3, Jol-
in v l.titf.
Coughs Cold, Dion
clilli, Sore Throat, In
ing Cough, HoarfcnesK
or Soreness in tin
Chest or Side, Weeding
ut the Lungs, and every
affection u io ihroat, I.ungs nnd Chest, nrna ced
lly cined bv the use of Da. W istmi'b 1Iaijiu or Wii.n
; iiEitiiv, which does not dry up a couvlmnd leave
tiio cao behind, as Is tho cnsanlth most remedies,
but loosens It, cieauws the Isngs and allays irrlta-
tviiiu.iui; iuu cuu!u w iuu coiupiaini.
Consumption can be cured
by a timely resort to this standard remedy, ns Is
imu,cu v) iiuuuiios u iibiiuii.ni. is it nasrecelied
ACTUAL IIU8INKS8 lNSTlTl'TlON AND
For Information call at onico, or bund forCon.cn
OF A VICTIM.
Published asnwurnlnvand for the bun fit of iouiilt
l..j.,s ot Womanhood, etc., L'lilug his lules or bdfc
euro, ult r ui.ihrt'ulng much buffeilug snd expenm,
and uialkd freu tu receiving 'i.iuid dliecieil
tnielJiKi. Adia-hs ftiiuNui. Ifimii, p. o. ikx
1M, Uruoklyu, N, Y, July i,'l-m
men und olhersuhu bunerfrom Mrioiw Iii.uit..
GRAN J OPENING 1
liLlAS MEN DiiNIIALL
HAV1NO r. uineil (lie biisinivs of Merehuii
illHlng nt his old bloic. on
MAIN ST 1 1 WIT, tlLOOMSUUIIG,
HKAll tttt (Or.SS IIOtEl,
HeMresto call tl. nttei.tlch of his 1'iloads nnd tin
ni;m, l ri.i. and varied
STOCK OF GOODS,
And solicit a share of puMlepalronngo
HIS STOCK CONSISTS Oh'
hoots t: shoes,
l't.oun AND l'l El
In connection lth his toL of Mircnamlls.' In
vonstntitly keeps on linnd In his yard.
A PULL STOCK OF
and Unclressecl Lmoh.
AND SlllNllI.ESOF IlIS.MANt'FACTcltE.
Dill Luitiliei' niiiilo n sppciiilify
CALL AND SEE.
k ORE AT STRIDE
i p unit rt i- Old .n. tSioiSs fVmiKi
to l)t! latiltj-, in- iiliji'clliiii-all.-,
A NLW AKD VASTLY ADVANTAOKOl'S
PLAN IlICIt'illY AUOl'TLI) 11Y
At their Works in Uloomsburg,
Fonnorly r.Ioomsbnrc Iron nnd ?Inntif.icturln
IVhlto and itnl isli tntliracllc
FOR DOMESTIC PURPOSES, AND
CUrULO, IILACKSM1TII AND UITUMIN
nt prices to suit the trade. All Cnnl Sfeclally rre
Plows and Threshing Machines,
nnd all 'kinds of
Canting nnd Machine Work
lM.'PAllll"fl llNIMintlV nttonil,i(l in 'Hmv M-ftnl.l
retpeciiunj souui uie rnironnffe i.r me ruulle.
U.SI.&J. Ii. UOl IvMlll.
Oct. S, 'is-ly liloonii.Uurg, Pa,
T. L. GrUNTOJT, Proprietor
MAIN STRI:KT, IIP.LOW J1ARKRT.
Manufacturer of ami l'mler iii alt iimls o
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WOHKS
We uso the bust AMERICAN nnd IT L1AN JlarLlc
He has on hand and furnishes to order
URNS, VASKS, Sic
Kverv varletv of Marblo cnttlni- ne-Jvpvi.ente.! u
i.uu iije-,i. luaiKi'i. pile,-,,
A loinr l)iuetlilecierlencennd nersonal uttentlnn
to hiulni'SH m.ikc the nronrletor eonililcnt of l-u im-
satlsMetlon. Ail orders by null jiroinntly uttenden
to. P. o. hu wr.
JSyA. II ;. iWi'rmi free flri'ii'.c.-'.Bn
Aug. SI, H-ly. T. L. Ot'NTON, Proprietor.
8,00 PHK, TON.
A so.i fnivl ili-.i.sit iiii,ui leil I'Xiliisitfly b)
Ulll'SI'ltl'S i I'll III Mllll II .illllTlCU.
Annua: latal Hojisr-Ptalate.
nalvils on each hair and nualltv L-uaranleed. See
saniiU'Uundillculaii.,ouhaiid In dcalc.irsgem.rulo
.I0SIAII J. AUUN'.S .SON'S,
No-4 s. Dclawaio A 1 1 nuo Philadelphia.
A FIRS' CLASS NEWSPAPER.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
mlcpontlent in Every thing!
INVulrul in Xotliing,
Opposed to all Corrupt llings in
Municipal, Mute aim iNational
TIIK DAILY TIMKS Hill bo l.wied on Saturday, lliu
18th ot Murehnext. nudeviry moinlrir Ihereutur.
Sundain exeepted. under the edltoilul dlieellun il
A, K. ilciiure, printed coinpaell.i fioui clear, nuw
tlm-. on n larL-o folio bheet. cantuliilnir all Uiul.eua
ol the day, lneludlui; t.'o ASMICIA I'll PRRSS Till. I'
ll RAM4, t-peclal 'leleirrauis nnd l'orrepoudenee
II oin nil 1X11111.111 Interest, und fearless edit. u ml ill.
cussluns of current loplch. Prlie, TWO C'jJNTM.
.Mall hiibserlpilon", potai;u riee, hl- dollars per
annum, or j 1 r t etnUiHi month, tu advance,
AdierlUeniei ts, niieen. Inenty nnd thirty cents
per Hue, uteordlUK lu pututlun,
The Weekly Times
M ill bu Issued on Saturdav. March 20th. weehlv
theieafter, eontnliilm; ull lmi ortaiit nenu ot the
ivcck. uuu uoiiiiieiu jiurKei. uim riuam-iai ueiiuiia.
MulL'd.Iorouu nur, iKjsluire fieo, at Iho follow Ir
Ono Copy tl.ul
Ten t'oplen 0.00
Twenty rimirii IC. n
A DVIIK f IMKM KNTS tweuly-nve ceuta per line,
lteinltunctti bhould bu luado bv Drafts or Post Of.
Mo. U Uouth SeientCbtivut,
?PALMAr4?- QUI fyjutMl$ltKKtt
In enpa" n nu l rsi' I1, urn by nnv .-tin r. A'ji.M.J
an- DIPLOMA OP HONOR"
VIENNA, 1873; PARIS, 1867.
nl 1 Amorlmn Orpan rr aw tnlrd nny nmld
UltLi In l'uro-,or uhl.h prciriit null exir ortll
rmry .-xtvllfnc- a 1 1 cum.annd u vtilo mIo Iht-rr.
filllf A V 0 nttir.1--l h -hi I p--. n rnni. nt ti'fV
Hi II il 1 trnl I.XP "I'lon-. In Antrim iwvrtlu
S'liriipr. Out or hun (r il-IUit. havo ml in i ii u in
ull ulu-iv nn ollw r or.u i- liavc Uvli prcfurul.
nrOT l' nril bv ltn.lnelit M'-Miti'. I" b"lh
l)tM li.mvh i. I... Illlliwillil. h
'J HSTIMHN'1 t. ("liti'Ut.AH. villi "1 1"'"' " n,iro
than One'l'llilllMlllil ( nit fni').
IMflPT "ii Imvliu n' Mn-nn Itamrn. Hi nut
IllOlO I luki'nnvi.thir. it.Keri;flIl:iitiieoM
miionii r heilini tuftiiur vni'tM. "' "
iyiIMii ll In till lMrl I" i umutlilitll tint.
IIF1U PTVI CP llh in"-' lnitiiiitlmpr"Vr
IICW 0 I ll.hN .-r made. M'V
Sol" nn.l Colllbllllltllill Mo. Miperb
litugere wul whir 'iie cf lieu' leMi:n.
PIANO-HARP CABINET ORBAH
qulnito ivuiblnatlon of tlu-e lnnruniiiit.
CPV IHVHC51TP OiwipiiniliHiirnih:or
LAO I r A I HlfcH 1 0. r..rtm.nlM.v..r.unrtt.rly
lament; or relite-l until rrnt pnja f- r tin' t.rKiin.
flSTJI flfMICP ni1 Clniilon. lth full pnrtio
LA I At.llllUtO ulir..fr,..-. AddrwOIAMiyA
llAMMK llitOAN CO., 1M Turn, lit (lint. llOo
U'ON'i V." Unl.in F,imro, KUW XU11K; tr bU & CJ
MAbUM & HAMLIN
may nr. onr'.r 1 1 at
VHOLiSlI. C2 EST All
Ii. B. PO WE ILL,
Qrnrrnl A'jcn: nl) r '''0 cclrlnatctl
I. K. MJLLEI1.
Dealer in ubovo Iiiflniineiilrt.
X HEAVY STOCK,
OZiaapcs? than Ever!
S. 11. MILLER & SON
J In vo Just Received
the large-it anil best suiiply ol
They havo eer olTciea to tneir Irlemts ana euj-
ijlotlis, Cfissimeres, a:ul gatinelts
for MEN'S WEAK,
Clolks, Alupacas, Merinos,
for LADIES' WEAK,
CAI.ICOI, MUSMNS, t'AAlIWtlW,
ami every variety of Dry (itioils ileinil.
CJarpet.3, Mat3 Ottoman i,
CLOSED OUT AT COST
incliiiling nil the varieties uf
COKKICKS, TEAS ami SUtiAKS,
uiul a general supply of arlieles ii-eful fur the
tabic always tin lianil.
CALL AND SEE.
Country produce of all kiiuls taken in ex-
change fur gnmls at casii Juices.
FARMERS TAKE NOTICE !
It li of groit l:nnoitan"o to you whit Mini of
manure yo-i nppt toyour Vhe.tt l.-uuli this fall. If
you want a x'no.1 crop of Wheat nel neason, ami a
heaiy crop ot (lr.isa to fulloiv, me.
Raw Bono Super Phospliato
bl'ANDAIM) H AIIItANl'l:!).
1'llL lln til .ynli.l. li.uru
'I'llO ll.'0 ( f tills lll'l l!s. ihll . ,.i,l l.l.lrtUTIln.
1 1111111 ueii nones, uiu Iti iivii,'th cannot hu ox-
nauiiej w in 1 n cronor Wlumt. Inn 1-111 v ,. r.
feelU 1. on the fo lira i,,-. eron of ilr.iss. nml win nU,i
lierm luiitly lmpiuii the bull.
Kltrillerb JO ill til liAirftlYU llitei-rt fin.l nm-.nlf
niuiv we hay auolll
Baugh's Raw Bo:ir Phoanhalo
litrucor fal-.e. anil nntifi 114 i.fiim ri-.init n.u
iiiliueatljii iiir 11 e.u h to.Miur neaieat in aler In
Munuif. anil if joueminut M-euie it through them,
oiil j our orden illn et to j our 11 h-iiui
AU - X: N iVS
Aug. 10-2t. PlliL '.lll:i.PllIA i UAI.TI.MOni:.
lltO.N IN TIIK m.001).
Tins I'KHl'VIAS Svnt'i
.V ilta!l'Scnaeiuloli..'a 'he
" 1)1 toil, tiiii.u p Hie sm.
- '- teui, bullil, up tin liruhi'ii
' ' 'loivn, ein-es tl spepsl 1
, iiii Debility, ili-upsv. clillH ami
WflB'"1"' wiruiuo uiairiiiM
ijfStl humors, diseases ,f ll,i-
fit! uervoui auee 10111. in s
. .'-vtt kiuuovs aii i iiiaii ler, io
,3' male couiplalnta, i .
Ji' Thousiiiiils have tieen
changeil b the u-o ot the
remedy fiom weak, Mckly, huffi-rlng creatines, to
slioli'.', heal hy, happv men uiul uonu-u; mi l
llivallil e.iuiiot reasouahiy hetltalu logliu It a trt il.
Caution. Ho siiio ou git tlm "Pi.ki'vun
SvitL'l'" (nut Pertlll.lli llaik.l Knit! liv ilea ei-H eeni'i-.
ally. A 33-pa!;e atuohli-l. cuntaliiln a Ireitl-u on
Hon us a in M0.1l um-nL nu.1 uiher valualilu papers,
testimonials from ilMlugulshcil ih hlelalis, tlei'irv
liieu ami others, will he sent fre lo aus aildiens.
suit W. l'mviB s, Soss, luoiuleUrs, Nl llanlson
. I.t.llll l'l .MP H 1110 UO-
' Miou ledgeil (.Milliard of
t uiu mat Let, ny popular
y M ullcl. Hie lent iiiiiiiii for
tbeieunt money Altenilon
Is llillteil lo lllatiiilel's Ilnnriived llraek
1 1. the liiop iheck valie, uhleh can lie
llllll-ilvu WllllOUl II1-I11I U1IU.'I1II JullllH,
nnd thu copper chamber which mv-r
(tucks, healcN or 1 lists ami will lat a llle
time, ror halo h. ihali'is ami the trade
gener.ill.i, Iu order lobe mho ihatou
gel lilatihlei's Pii.ti,boearifuluiid see
that It has mv trado mark us above, If joutlouot
kmnvuheru to buv, ili'scilpllve circulars, together
with the name nnd aildie-ii of the agent neiiicbl you
lil uu 1111 uiMii-ti u,r uiliueiisiiii; Willi hl.lllip,
v.ii.in.u, iii.AiLiii.i.i, .iiaiiuiaciiiicr,
M ', riiiiiinereo M , Phlludclpiila,
I'OII HALL' I1V
. GOIIUYLEU li SON, Bloomsturg, Pa.
Jiarcu d -to 11m
i.i.riiiii 111. aus
Iti K'1'I.'IIU - I 11
NEATLY ANlirilKAPI.YPIIINTHl), A'l1 'i ik CO.
TIMS IMl'EII IS ON l ll.i: WITH
R DWELL & HESMAN
. Advortlslntj Anents,
TIIIRO . CHESTNUT 6T8., ST. UOUIS, MO
The Columbian Printing Estub
lishinent is ttinply supplied with
the necessary Prese Types and
other material for exceutin'i all
kinds of Printiii": at low rales and
in the most expeditious and satis
!0ALL AT THE
COURT HOUSE ALLEY,
When special malerinl is required
it will he promptly obtained.
Hooks and Pamphlets,
Hand-Bills and Dodgers,
Large and Small Posters,
Letter and Mill Heads,
Envelopes with Eusiiies Cards,
liussincss, Pic Xic, Wedding and
Progiiinune3, Pills of Faro, ite.
Will all bo supplied and oxcuted
iu superior stylo, at cheap
rates and short notice.
The best workmen aro employed
and tho best innterial will
always bo furnished.
A liberal share of public patronage-
is respectfully solicited.
BiiOOMsiiuua, Junk 18. 1875.
fV IL flOAO TIM 6 TA L .
U ln.AOliLPIIiV AN!) ItK.V'l '
AB lAJfateMKiV'T OF 1
HAT H m.
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Vat Now Yorlt, llillmlelphln, 1 ei" h
Tnm iiun, Ac, lt,m n. m
r t'al4ivlM, fi,Miit. m. nn Mi', ii.
I'd. 1Vlllau1!lpon,0,Vr.. m. .n I 1,1. i p. .
THAlmrotl I.WRT IHAVII ,, H'Unv.H. I ivi
iryo V'ew Ynf k, n, m,
l.ei ve Phlliiilelphln, K,1C a. m.
In ,ve Heading, tl.n it, m.,' Potmiuie, ,t p.,
niul "nnurnw, l,M p.. m,
l.oi ie r'ntnwlMn, 11,110 a, in. nnd l.mi p. m.
Lei ve H llilamni ort, !,' a. in. nnd m p. m.
Pa 'imer.1 to and trum m.tl 1 in ,
I inrji gh ivltlioul ehniitfo of cor.
.1, I;, woiiti ,
ll.'f, If. lioneml Supe.im ndent
CI. A WAU IC, IjAUKA VA N X A
'Hhic-'inWii No. H'.i, Tunes prrwt ut 'i
THUIMIAV, UGl'bAlliUK 111, 1-7,.
N'OICIII, 1 BTAHON8. 1 M 1
mh. n.tii. p.m.'
a it 1 ifi' fi-mnli.ii
SB 1 411 lb II. mil.
n 11) H .... Tu.l. nllle. .
8 III I H5 . ,I.ui l 11,. -.uim.,,,
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1 11 ..Mi si imitim..
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. .a la 4'i ., .hiiiuHUni
I 1J VH ll)i'iuUi.iime
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I ii la HI .tlmihii-k'i teel;
II VI 1-J 111 . ,.lil.,.hhm. ..
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m llliiiv nr. iv,i. ... vi p.' 1
n Ml 11 l'l i im. la vi 1 .
1 -111 lit ..llhi-ii iii.iu'K... 1 -a
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DAVIII T. IIOIM). 11
Supirlnteii'Ieul's oniee, UliiTstou, .Muieh r,, 11
Ci:.Vl'KAIi KAII .-
On unit after November Kith, 1T3. 1 t ahe v ;i.
ROM fliYas follows:
Ih lo Mall. MO 11. 111., nirlvo Klnilr.i 11, 1 ,, m
" Canamlalgim . :i. ., ). m
" Koehuitci' ii.i.,
" Magar.i u.iu
llenoui aceommoilallonll.hia. 111. urine u..l. n
rt UM p. in.
Kliiiir.i Mall J.lfia. in., nnlie Khnlra KW.iu.m.
lluiralo liNpress 7.1ft n. m, oiiho llilllulo s.tu 11. m.
liurialo i:pi-ens Will a. m. nnlie llorilsluirg -I..M' a. ni
' l.illl'tjie .n "
Llmlr.iMall ll.ls a. m nnhe llmrM m r i.'. 1 . m
" NVasl.lligloli 10.3a "
" lliiltliiii,i-i i;,.,ii '
' WuMiliic,tuii S...0 "
II.iiTl'biirgnccomnicdatloii s.-lu p. m. aiilve 1, mis
baa SO.tKi p. 111.
anlio lijllliui re 2.'.'.'. a. m
" Vasl.li..jt m n.1.1
Ih-lo Xall 12.55 a. in. airlve Ilnril-bui-i .i.h.'i u. ni.
" liahlr.K.i-es.tii "
" Wathlngton 10.35 "
All Oally except Sunday.
I). J. l'.OYD, Jr., (Icncral Passenger A;ent
A. J. OASsATT, tlcneial .Manager
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
l iiilutlelhliia & lltie I:. U. ) hnn.
SUMMKlt Tl"511' TAHl.i:.
OX mill after SUN'DVY, MAY 2,'M, 1s7.1,
ilia trains on the 1'hllailjlphl.i i: i.rie iuu
Ko.ul Wilson wUlluuiiufolloiva:
PAST LINK leaius New York
" " " l'hlluli'lplil.i. ...
" ". " lialllmniH
" " " Ihrilsbiirg
" " arr.nt UllllauisK,it ....
" " " Look II Hen
" " " ilellcfoiilo
niill-: MAIL leavih New Yotk
" " " WllllamsiKiil...,
" " " Lock llaien ...
41 " ' Ik-imio
" " mr. nt Kilo
. s sr. a. in
. is...., p. 1 1
.. i.-.o p 111
.. ii.u'i p. in
.in. "a p in
11.511 !'. m
S,..'f. p. Ill
..II. !, p. Ill
. !.'.'.' .1. Ill
. N.ll.'i .1. Ill
. 11. If. .1. ,1
. M.tl.', ,. 01
, 7. 0 p lit
. 7.40 a. 111
. 7 35 ,1. Ill
.ln.55 a. Ill
. l.f.5 p. ia
3.15 P. Ill
1 ull p. Ill
s.o a. in
. s .III ,1, IU
I -J.'. p. m
".HI p. Ill
7.30 p. Ill
" " " llallliouie....
" " " ll.lllMilll-g.
" " air. at miiujiii-ih.ii.
" " " I.01 1; llau'ii,
" " ' liiiiolo
r.LMIIl JIAIL loaves Philadelphia
" " " Iljltlinoiu
" " " ll.11 11-liiirg
" " an', at Mil. Iamj nit .. .
" " " LoeU lluuii
1'lllL'A IOTH115S JcavosLoc.!; Haven...
" V . " Wlllliinsport.. .
" " urilifisiit lhiiTl-itmrg
" " " llullli.ioid ....
" " " PliU id'jl.itil.i ..
" " " Now Yui-K
" " " iM'lt II U-ll.
.. i.:.-. p.
. 0. 15 p.
. . n.'.u 11
111. 5 ...
.. i'...' '1
.. 11 '.1 1 1.
, " " ulliinsport.
" " nrr. at Hiiitl.bi.rg ..
" ' " i'li.uu.'1-.m.t..
" " " New Yoilt
" " " Dulllinoro
" " " llwnoio
" " " l.oek llaien
" " " Wllllntusiioit
' " nrr. at U'lrrlihur,;
in " iiiuiiuiuru 7. 5.1 in
" " " P'llllliliillilll.l 1, ,5 1. . ,
" " " Nowtork iu 1.1,1 1,1
I'AST LINK leaves Wllllamspoit i " : ,. m
" ' urr. al llaiTl-biirg . , ,. ,
" ' " Hnlll..i.,ler...... . 7... 11.
" " " Phil.i lelnlll.l , . .i.,
" " " New Vtll. lu.u. 1 ,1. iu
hl Mall West, Nl".'um lluvis IU 1, I Ii hi
Mull ill it 1,1.1) Uoj l;) ui-sI ,ni u.nkc ( a, , e 1
linn at :oil'iuiiilier..iii.l llb L. & U, II, 11 11. 1..- 1 ,r
V.llko-.tniii nnd i-en.iilnii,
''.'i'".? 'tl -V-Uara Kxpress West utid Kl" I a
Mail Wcbt iiiakeel.iso conntelioii at 1 llltuni-i 1 it
lilth N. c. II. M. Irab s Nmtu.
I'rlii Mall i:ai,i anil Went, riigaia Kvpiv-s Wist
l',it.t I Inn tesl1111d Diiv I aiuim. k.isl n,i 1., ,.
emiiioi II ui i.l I .in k ll.ncn hPIi ii. k v. 11 1 n.,ii
i:ilii Mall 1'ist ami West eunmit at l.ilo null
ti'ilim on I. s, M, h. p. it,, nt t erri with n 1
. It. It. at Knni rlum ultn 11. v. a i i 1.. ...1
in Drllli ond 11III1 . V. II. II. ' ' "
..,',',"'" 1 '".'' 1,111 l"'ti.ui) Phllad.lphl.i und
Mill auiKpi,! ton Niagara l..,ue-.s Me-i, iVi line
Jjl'st, P lllnl"lphll reus l'..l-t lllidllaj Hpl.MJ
last Mi li.lng 1 arson all nuiit trains.
W.M. A. IIAl.liWIN,
Jam s,'ir,-.tf tieiieraisiipi
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
J.M. I". JIODINIC, Iron .lreit Ulow see
I mid. Itlriiiiiisliurr.il, ,u i,,.,,,.,, ., .,,
kllilia 01 ' ' ' " uu
In the best etjlcs, at lonnt nrlecB. anil ut thort
P.iilleshaMngsuchivBr to Uo wll bavo inonc I y
work wai ranted to glio satlsfacllon, Ordir
WM, F. IJ0D1NE.
Mar. c, 'H-ly.
' - 10H HA1.U
AT THE COLUMWA. OFFICE.