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"Ovninit ur tiu: Kit ao m un'ts.' '-The
cimtng winter will ilnttlitlcH bring inUcry
nn I -uiU'iinjf to hundred', If not tliouatids.
tliriaiglio'it tliu Stale, Watuo the prcs-uro
o.' tli ' linxM Inu i'urccil iiur manufacturer
o tlur t-i ilne tlm doors of tlieir cetulilMi
m -it-, in- i-lso to run them on half time,
nnlciit.il wnge. r.conotiiy and tlirift do
Hot iilvv.ij a go liiind in liniul with (invert),
mi l t'i" w.utc of iii.iii)' hour in cookery
ii'id t'u n can lmrd!y lie estimated, Fuel has
now becoms a cotly nrtlelo in mot limie
hoM, and therefore the proper management
of t'10 fire ought to ho taught In every kitch
en. Cinders mid liaif-burned bin of coal
urn ofun waited because, servant do tint
Iilco to sift them from tho antics ; yet tliey aro
not only usuful, but tirccwary in lighting a
lire and in keeping it burning, and arc far
better lor broiling than any oilier form ol
i a!s excepting coke.
How to Light a Co.u, l'wn. After
thoroughly sifting out tho ashc, leavo tl o
cititli-is in tho grnto and put upon them
some -havings or waste paper, and n few dry
H. ''Us of kindling laid lncuclv acron each
otlier, tlien put on souio large cinders and a
lew pi-c't ol small eoal. Light the lire at
t ie bn om with a lighted paper, and when
the blitks arc burning welt, put ou somu
larger picccof coal with your hand-", tislug
old g ovts to cover them if needful, but do
not throw on tho coal with tho shovel or a
f-cultlc. It packi it entirely too closely.
All tho smaller cinders and soino
unburnt cml cm Ik placet! on tho top, and
in a little time you will have a good fire,
and one suitable to cook a stink or u chop
as wed as to boil the teakettle and the oat
meal porridge. A lire cannot burn without
a supply of air, and if tho coal and cinders
nro too chucly (lacked, they can neither
light quickly nor burn rapidly ; and a steady,
constant lire can bo kept up with less coal
than one that is constantly stirred up. II
you desire a elear-iiro for tho gridiron, put
a few cinders on top, and when they have
Ignited, sprinkle, a little oalt over them.
Cinders can bo styled home-made coke,
and the women who waitct them should
learu that she throws away a tiling of value.
Utiles for Milking.
Tho following rules are issued from a New
York checso factory for the mo of its patrons,
and lire worthy of a wider dissemination,
Milch cows should have free access, at all
times, to good running "water.
They should never bo heated by being run,
stoned or dogged.
The utmost cleanliness should beobserved
in milking, and by no means wet tho hands
in the milk while milking.
No can of milk should stand where it will
absorb the barn-yard or stablo odor, or any
The milk should bo strained and well aired
immediately aftcrhaving been drawn from
Some arrangement for effectually cooling
is at all times very desirable, and when the
milk is kept at homo over night, is indis
pensable. Scalding all vessels used about milk at
least once a day with boiling water, and
rinsing with cold water at night, are essen
tial. Waste In Cooking.
Good cookery is also but another name
for careful economy; for a good cook would
not throw away the smallest bone until she
had extracted from it all tiio gelatine and
nutritious matter, by.boiling it with carrots,
onions and celery tops for a soup, which
would bo a great addition to a small bill of
fare. Turkey and chicken hones, when
picked clean, still possess nutrition ; and if
boiled with a mutton or lamb shank, will
make an appetizing dish.
Crusts of bread, scraps of meat and small
portions of vegetables can all bo utilized in
this way; but iu many kitcheii3 they are
thrown into tho swill-barrel, or even into
the fire. I have known servants who would
burn up good food, merely because it was
left on tho plates. And in tho tlop-buckcts
of our cities will always bo found half slices
of bread and good scraps of food, which have
been thus shamefully wasted; for it is a
shameful waste to throw away or destroy
any portion of good food, which would feed
poor persons who aro literally starving
lrom woeful want, while this willful waste
takes place very uear to their homes.
The head of every family should maVo it
a duty to "gather up tho fragments that
nothing bo lost ;" and also to seek for t,omo
worthy widow or family, whose daily comfort
could bo greatly Increased by tho bestowal
of odds and ends from her table, which aro
so often thrown away. If wo nro so well
supplied with means that wo do not need to
cxercioe a strict economy in our own tables,
wo should certainly consider iu incumbent
upon ourselves to do it, in order tliatthusc
whom Christ bade via to remember can share
of our plenty.
More Education Among Farmers.
It was shown before tho liritbh Parlia
ment, that "while tho rental of land in Ire
land had doubled during the previous hun
dred years, and that of Kngland tripled, the
rental of Scotland hud eextuplcd itself iu
the same tune." This is attributed mainly
to the vastly fcuperior school system which
Scotland has possessed, and to tho kill and
enterprise it has fostcrod amojg the people.
It is a fact that a truck-farmer, within
dozen miles of any of our largo cities, will
get a clean profit of two or three hundred
dollars from an acre of land, while tho aver
ago old-stylo farmer, hardly gets that
amount of profit from his hundred acres or
more, iheso facts uro worth studying by
tho still largo class who do not seo tho use
of agricultural papers and teachings,etc.,but
think muscle- is t lie main thing iu succcsrful
fanning. The truck-fanner studies his mar
ket, knows what is wanted, learns how to
ruUo it, when und where to sell it, believes
in manure, buys it, believes in knowing u)l
about his busInciH, takes his paper, reads
and thinks, don't kick at facts because- they
aro printed, keeps his eyes open, und drinks
in knowledge from men and books. He
keeps learning and succeeds iu his business
Thero isstlll a large class of our farming
population completely stereotyped. Many
take no agricultural paper, attend no fairs,
no farmer's club, try no experiments, have
no faith iu improved tools or stock, and aro
hardly able to tell at tho end of tho year
whether they lose or gaiu in their business.
Success In cultivating the suit already, and
is to bo more and more, dependent upon
brains. Men who read and think must,
plan most wisely und execute moot skilfully,
will succeed best. Wo need all the help we
can get iiom tho teachings of science, from
jouruuls, from fairs uud clubs, us well as
from the dully experience of the fields.
Jiqual proportions of turj entire, liiuccd
oil und vinegar, thoroughly applied and then
rubbed with flannel make uu excclleut fui
A deaf ni-.in haijmt subscribed f 10,000 for
a railroad that U to run through his farm.
lie Is tired of having to go twenty mile
whenever lie wants to walk on a track,
"Mrs. Menry," said John to tils wife the
other morning, "if you give me a ClirUtni.n
present this year, plo.ue arrange It so that
the bill won't come Iu till the next month.
It's just as well to keep up tho illusion for n
A musical amateur writes to ask if tho old
English song, "A Single Smile," furnished
the tlicmo of Wagner's ''1megrin." lie Is
tho Individual who thought "With Verdure
Clad" was tho same ai "Wearing o' the
It is tho mind's wealth that makes the
lover's body rich. Two bosom' with a sin
gle thought discharged themselves of t'jat
thought as follows: "Ar.uninta, pet I"
"What, Charles, dear?" "What dreadful
cows, loviyl" "Eh, sweetie?" "I said,
What dreadful cows !' darliugl" "Oh, dlu
you, my own?'1 "Yes, ducky."
A Saginaw lady sai'g out to her husband
as ho ma le hit exit through tho doorway:
''Goto llirr'sand get sjme Xo. 50, black
thread, three cord." "K-ris-to-fcr K-lumbo,
muttered the head of the family, us he start
cd alter the wood-Inspector to curd it up.
"Must bo she Is going to have the sewing
society this week."
A III r of I.woi'.M.mox. A man called
inlo a store in Lewistown, Me., and inked
for a sheet of paper on wh ch to write a let
ter. After writing a while tho proprietor
noticed him scratching on a slip of paper,
tin-1 shortly came this request : "Look here,
friend, it's some time since I wrote much ;
wuu't you show me how to mako az. I want
to writo Isaiah." The merchant helped him
out of the difficulty.
Considering that tho tollowing comes
from a liritish source, it is not very bad. It
is going the rounds of tho English railway
smoking carriages. For bo it known, iu
these carriages, so much envied by the ladies,
social harmony animates the travelers, and
they talk just as if they were not reserved
"This is not a smoking compartment,sir,"
said an indignant lady, pausing on tho step,
and glaring savagely at the smoker.
"Very likely," said the smoker.
"You have no right to smoko here, sir;
und if you don't desist I must call the guard,"
said tho lady.
"Very likely," was tho reply.
"I shall be choked."
"Why do you smoke, sir, when I object?"
"Why, madam, tobacco is a disinlcctaut,
and as X am professionally engaged at Stock
well Smull-pox llospital, I "
The lady got out. "I feel as if I should
"Very likely," was tho last response as
the traveler put up both windows to enjoy
all his smoke.
A Touaii SroitY. Two old ploughmen
down cast were onco telling tough stories of
their exploits in breaking up new ground.
"Up to Dixmont," said one, "twenty-seven
years ago this spring, I was ploughing in
stump ground with a team of nine pair ut
cattle for Sol. Cunningham ; we were going
along, making not very smooth work among
rocks and stumps. Well, one day the point
of the plough struck against a sunk stump
four feet through, split it square across the
heart, and I was tollowing tho plough
through, when tho thought passed through
my mind that ttio pesky stump might Miup
together and pinch my toes.so I just grippled
the plough handles firm, swung my lcet
up out o' the way, and tho stump sprung
back and calchcd the slack of my pantaloons.
That brought every thing up Btauding. Well,
I tightened my hold, and Sim Swichiu, he
and Sol was drivin', they spoke to the cattle,
and we snaked that stump right out by the
roots, and it had awful long ones." "It must
have been strainiu' on yoursuspendcrs,"said
the other. "My wife knit them," was the
Douglas Jerrold's Wit.
Jerrold's wit was of the keenest and most
transparent character, like all true wit ; lor
genuine wit is the same all the world over.
'Wit gives you a nod iu passing,but witubu
mur you areat home. 'Youmustbe on the alert
for wit ; it Hashes and is gone. "Take a walk
upon an empty stomach," said tho doctor to
Sydney Smith. "Upon whose," asked tho
dean. That is wit. So is Tom Hood's des
cription of a fellow whose folly constitutes
his own monument:
A column of fop
A light-house without any light a-top.
So was Sydney Smith's reply to tho church
wardens, when tney wanted a wood pave
ment round St. Paul's; "Lay your heads to
gether and the thing's done;" wuilo his re
mark to a little child who was scratching a
tortoiic, ttiat it was like scratching tnc dome
of St. Paul's to please tho Dean and Chap
ter, Is a fine example of perfect humor. The
witufJcrrold is often equal to that of the
Dean, and many a brilliant saying is attrib
uted to both of them, A scoro of btories of
Jerrold occur to me, though it is too late to
add any now ones to tho record, for his "wit
and humor" have been carefully collected
and published. There uro a few, however,
that will bear repetition. "Nature lias writ
ten 'honest man' upon Ids face," said a per
son trying to make interest for his friend
with Jerrold. "Then naturo must havo had
a very bad pen," was tho prompt reply.
Everybody knows how he revenged himself
upon a pompous fop, who had mado himself
olleuslvely conspicuous at a club dinner
whero sheep's head was a favorito dish.
Pushing his plato aside, tho stranger said,
"Well, I say sheep's head forever." "What
egotism I" remarked Jerrold. This, no doubt
led up to a kindred flash of wit on another
occasion' at tho expense of a literary friend
of Jerrold's, who had just ordered "Some
beep's tail soup, waiter." "Ah," mid Jer-
rold, looking up, and smiling with his gretit
eyes, "Extremes meet sometimes." There
was an old gentleman who drove a very bIow
pony in a raiushacklo gig, and he was anx
ious one day to pay Jerrold a little special
attention. The humorist was on tho way
to tho station from his home. "Ah, Mr.
Jerrold I shall I give you a lift?" "No
thank you,"satd Jerrold, "I am In a hurry."
In tho country on a visit, Jerrold was told,
among other gossip, of a young man In the
neighborhood, named Ure, who had cruelly
jilted his sweetheart. "Uro seems a base
'mi," said Jerrold. At a ball, kceiug a very
tall gentleman waltzing with a very shori la
dy, Jerrold suld, "Thcru'i a mile dancing
with a milestone," The author of an o io
poem entitled "A Descent into Hell" used to
worry Jerrold very much. At last the wit
grew irritated with tho poet, who, coming
bounding upon him with the question, "Ah,
Jerrold Have you seen iny Descent into
Hell i" win .unsivcrcd with quick asperity.
"No ; I houJ like to I" loudon i&cVcjis .
THE COLUMBIAN AND
Tine Clamr ssoasrorTils Wonhsbfcl
SiruCKSS OP VICGETINE.
It Hi Ikes at.l horn t rf illeac liy purltylnff the
liluoil, re-torliii,' I he tlv.-i ami Mil-cy to lienllli)' no
tion, Itivigointliig i iw lien-nun-sum.
Mr it. tt. rVt'.VK'ni-
Iiraii -iu-l Plln pl elK-rrl illy a-1 I my W t'moii
tn ilw (treat tiim.lii r mi limn iili'--"i rii-uau
ravur i t mar Kirn wul irn il m l In -. i? ' ' '
I il not t'llnki'ti'i urn oi lie .il I in in m-iif, I "
wm I rnubltil out tiiiny jnirs ulili tli it iln i . r
illsc.ii-p. iiturrii. Hint lia.l mn'li rmii-'iliu. iv' s Hi
It w.iu il scum ni tlmujrli I ro'il'l n v. r ir-1 hi- ii;
more, nml Viir tlin' lun onivil im-1 iiml, I ' '
tn ink (lml nil tho llni" lli.'U' U hi tfuol iiiM'iliilt'
ni Veifi'tlll", mill I nN) llillilt U on' 'f Uu' l
!ti"tllrtiu'if,ii'ciiiii;!n nnl weak unUirr t'l'. n- 1
tlin Moin.vli. nnil nlUn' cut I .i U M Ink.' i.
Vpiti Uu", fur I cm nimri- t Ix-i.i tu.it ltlur " r
U-sl medium's tint e irwm. Mr ' iuttl.
Col'. M.-iulne nii'l Wnl'iiil J(
Cumin LUC, M.i-s.
Vojretttio 1h irkniwleilireil ami wonimpnili '1 J
phv-lrfiiHnniliinotliU'ailrM to (lit- li. M, iiiirlll 1
nntlclciuiMTi f tlii' I'l'iwl ''t iilTuuT 'il ninl llm'i
nntH KiwriK la Its nrutw who lmu lm rtttuixu U
itnrottT most a riMmtru, ciihmist asi
linton. .Tnn 1. 1TI.
limn !i-TliM to rertltvtlii'i II' u t,.il .it n
tall IM'v ilown (istj liott. ) nr vnur v if'Hn "11.; '
nrll li. nil), nnleniilrtilvs iv tint II nv i.'lu'n tin
tiput --ntl-ifiii'tl'iir.r nny ifmniti ( r r .ri'Mii'ilii'
t ir whlrli It h rei"mmrnil',il lint 1 cv.t - Oil. r
lv n il'iN prnn wllh'Hit vliv t lv i'i'm ti ti " i
filijrtnlt.sinorllsnii theingrlv.'Mir llii'lr Mi'inN
Itlll lcrr-Cll' CiHfllZltlt t HMT.ll I'.IHi't lit ""''l ' I
loiHTutnirsbi'lnj cured by Ve'i'ilno .Hani' m t.n
Very respect fully yonrs.
To II. It. STF.Vr.XS, Iq.
VB GJ-E TI 1ST 33
WILL CLEANSK SHiOrULA 1'ltO.M Till
Mr. ll.lt. STr.VBVS:-
inait sin-Tills Ii to show tint my son was taken
sick In January, tsi, wltn stoMI i, wMeli ami o il
In lan.M mrns owl ulcers on his lejf aivl hip. Ills lei
was swollen raoro than twlca tt.i nitiir.u Rtz. Hi
luil Roveral doctors of ldgli Rtanilln? In thoir profession-two
from lWiton an I tnroo from Clnrles-town-wlthout
trsttlntr a bit better. 11a w is obll'd
tn llo wherever In was placed, for ho li ul no uso nt
his limbs whatever. When wn hail ijIvimi up nl
hopes cf his Uvlnff we worn told to trv VccdMnc, tin
creat blood remedy : nnd bn bad taken It but a shon
time before we c tildsoea Kreat change. Thcsorci.
run so bad that wo hid to clianco tho cloths four nr
live tlmos a (lav. Still, hn wns iri'ttlnsr bolter ; for la
coii'il movn his limbs and bolp hlnwlf a little, lie
w.ii soon nbln to Mt up In bed, and, by constant use
cf Vocctlno, It lias cured him. Ho has a l.uno leir.
which he will pniimbly hav! for life : but no nil
honestly believe. If we had used Vegettno before wc
bad bothered with thoso doctire It would bav,i saved
tho uso ot his Ie?, and restore! it to natural boiilth.
I lio"o nil thoso troubled with scrofula will read this
testimony of me nnd mv son, who Is now well and
able to speak for himself
v oATitrmist: mahonev,
10 Trenton St., Charlebtown, Mass.
May m. 1872.
The nbovo nl.iln but honest statement conrhislvcK
shows th quick and thorough cleansing effects cf
tuo VEUETINKln Scrofula.
vezetlno Is acknowledged by all classes ot people
to bo tho best and mo3t reliable blood purifier lu We
Vegetino is Sold by All Druggists.
110LLINS & HOLM ES
No. 17 Centre Stro t.
Pluto Gas and Steam Fitters
J? 1 1ST W ABB,
GALVANIZED IKON COliNICC,
Wiro Trellisc, &c. Dealers in Stoves, IlaiiK-
ch, Furnace.-i, italtimoro Heaters, Low Down
Grates, Mantels, TUMPS, Weather Strips,
of tho latest de.slirn,
Special attention paid to ro
es of every ilescrlntlon scakw.
ocks. Hell llanL-ln?. Key I'lttlmr. Sc. I'rlvato ltftl-
Mewing M aciunes oi every nescri
donces Heated bystcainat abinall cost nbovo Hot
ftir, i cu zi, i ii.
THE CHMIAII AT WORK.
T. DEWITT TALMAGH, Editor,
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Dec 10,'ls-iiv 102 Chambers tu, New York.
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V tie All jiorsons who conoempUto making t
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naucrs runs i,l? iiik tun. jun. id it-iy,
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ifjtj classes ot worklDgpeopleofboUibexi-i.joung
t.1 il old, iuukuinoremouoyatwurkIoruH,tnth(.tromi
localities, (luring their maru moinont-s, or all the
time, tlian at am Udng cibe. h'u oner employment
lint will nav handsomely f r eviry hour's noik
1 u.l partlculura, Unas, sc., send us your nddiebs at
bine. Don't delay. Now Is Uie tlian, Dou't look
(or vrorx or uubiaeHscibewuen, uuiiiyuuiiau learn,
ed what wo ouer. U, hiihsun SC'o., rorilaud, Maine,
$1,200 PROFIT on $100
luvpkUd In Stock I'rhtlrffis In WillStrocl. Hooks
ami circulars tellUiir. "Uuw 'lis done.' Kent frtu.
Adattu bUTKK CO., Utuikeis, II Vttdl at., hw
DEMOCRAT, liLOrSL UK(i, COLUMBIA UUUiMi, i-a.
Is widely known
as ono of t'lio most
ever discovered for
cleansing tuo sys
tem and purifying
tho hlood. It has
' stood tho test of
years, with a con-stantlygrowlngrei-utatlon,
based on its
Intrinsic virtues, nnd uti'taincd hy Its re
markable cures. So mild as to he safe and
beneficial to children, and yet to searching
as to cU'ectually purge out the great cor
ruptions of tho blood, such ns the scrofulous
and syphilitic contamination. Impurities,
or diseases that hao lurked in the system
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti
dote, and disappear. Ilenco Its wonderful
cures, many ot which aro publicly known,
of Scrofula, and all scrofulous diseases,
Ulcers, Ki'lllitions, and eruptive dis
orders of the skin, Tumors, lilotclics,
Jtolls, I'lmples Pustules Soros, St.
Anthony's Fire, ICoso or Erysipe
las Tcucr, Salt Itlicitm, Scaltl
Head, Kliifrwoim, and Internal Ul
cerations of (lie Uterus, Stomach,
nml Jjlvcr. It also cures other com
plaints, to which it would not seem especi
ally adapted, such as Dropsy, Dyspep
sia, Fits, Xeuralirla, Heart Disease,
I'eniiilo Weakness, Debility, and
Ijeucorrluun, when they nro manifesta
tions of the scrofulous poisons.
It is an excellent restorer of health nnd
strength in tho Spring. Uy renewing tho
nppetito and vigor of tho digestive organs,
it dissipates the depression nnd listless lan
guor of tho season. Even whero no disorder
appears, people feel better, nnd livo longer,
for cleansing tho blood. Hie system moves
on with renewed vigor and a new lease of
Dr. J. C, AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass,,
1'ractlcal and Analytical Cliemhtii
BOLD BY ALL DKUGOISTS KVEItYWIIEltK.
iip. 11 lti-ltl
TEW STOCK OK CLOTIIIXCi.
Gentlemen's Dieas G-oods.
Invites attention to his largo and elegant stock ol
leap M Fashionable Ming,
at his store on!
main stiu:ct, in the new block,
hero ho has Just received from New Y'ork and Hill,
adclphla a full assortment of
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
includlnz the most fashionable, durable and
AXD OIL CLOTH,
CJOATS AND PANTS,
OP ALL SORTS SIZES AND COLOItS,
Ho has also replenished his already lergo stock of
CLOTHS AND CASSI3U'.IIE5,
AND . PLAIN VESTS,
Ho has constantly on liatid a larse nnd well select
ed assortment ot
Cloths and Vestingo,
which ho Is prepared to make to order Into any kind
of clollitng, on very short notice, and In tho bebt
manner. All his clothing Is mado to wear and most
of It Is of homo manufacture.
HOLD WATCIIKS AND JEWKLUY,
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION, FINE AND CHEAP.
HIS CASE OP JEWELRY IS NOT SUltl'ASSED I.N
CALL AND EXAMINE HIS OENERAL ASSORT
Clothing, Watches, Jewl
Coughs Cnlil, Ilron
chitN, Sore Throat, In
fluenza, Croup, Whoop
ing Cough, IIoarfcnoK
I.Iver Complaint, I'ulnt
or .Somiem in tlu-Chei-torSiile,
at the Lungs, and every
anYctloiibi ihioat, Lungs nnd WicM, nros red
lv nirrd bv the use ef Da. vi . itmi'b Haijiam or W n.ii
i iiEiiuv, whlihdois not dry up a couth and leaiu
thociuohelilnd, as Is tho eaho with must remedies,
hut Iiusfus it, cieann s the langs and allays irrlta
Ion, thus reusing t)l0 caubu of lllu (.onll,!aluti
Consumption can bo cured
by a timely resort to this staudard reincdv, as Is
pilixd by l.undiids cf Ubilincul Is It lias reap, o J
AN ACTUAL UUBINI-.bS INSTITUTION AND
For Infunnatlun call ut Olhce, or bund fur Coiii.u
OE A VICTIM.
men and uuusv.hu Hutiirfum Ntrious 1 ellllt ,
cf WeumiihObd, tic, mtlng Ids luk-a of bill.
and tunllid fu lii uttlilLir nt-ild dUviud I
envelope. Addreui NtUiMiu livxia, I'. u. Ikjt I
ivt, urvJKiu, i, s juijr i, iia i
ML LAS MENDENJIALL
HAVINd resumed the tmttncM of Miichan
discing at his old stoic, on
MAIN' STltEET, HLOOMSIIUUO,
NKAH TIIK IOIIKS IIOll.l.,
Peslrento eallllir1 altentlon of Mi l'rlemls and Hie
NliW, Fl'Ll. AND VAIIIED
STOCK Oli1 GOODS.
And solicits asharo of public patronage
1I1S STOCK CONSISTS Ol'
HOOTS A SHOES,
I'LOUII AND l l.El.
In conticctton with his sloek of Mircnandl'e Lc
rcnstatitly keeps on hand Inliljyaid.
A FULL STOCK OF
Dressed and Undressed Mer,
AND SHINGLES OF HIS MANUFACTURE.
Bill Lumber nmdc n Bpccitility.
CALL AND SEE.
Oft.l, 1ST.1 tr.
('! ninl Over (ltd i13rltiniK Iinmil
to lie faulty, or ij.'cliuii
A NEW AND VASTLY ADVANTAGEOUS
PLAN HEK2BY ADOPTED 11Y
At their Works iu Bloomsburg,
Formerly Illoomsliiirg Iron ami Manufacturing
company), where will bo kept constantly on hand u
large assortment of
and !!mI Asa
TOR DOMESTIC PURPOSES, AND
CUPULO, BLACKSMITH AND BITUMIN
at prices to suit tho trade. All Coal specially pre
pared before lca lug the Yard. Also
Plows and Threshing Machines,
and all kinds of
Casting and Machine Work.
REPAIRING promptly attended to. Thev wonld
respectfully solicit the Patronage of tho Public.
G. M. & J. K. I.OCkVHD,
Oct. 8, '75-ly llloomsbttrg, IM.
T. L. GUNTON, Proprietor,
MAIN STREET, llRl.OW MARKET.
Manufacturer of and 1'caler in all kinds of
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
We uso the best AMERICAN and ITALIAN Maible.
He has on hand and furnishes to order
UUNS, VASES, fe.
Every variety of Marblo cutting neatly executed at
thu lowest market prices.
A lomr uractlcalexncrlcnce and ncraonal attention
to bu.lnes'i makes tho proprietor comment of giving
satisfaction. All orders by mall promptly attendeu
to. 1. o. box 7.
JCSyA'. 11. Work delivered free of charge.XSa
Aug. si, 'Il-ly. T. L. CIUNTON, Proprietor.
8,00 pbb toistT
A sea fowl deposit iiiiiiui iiil c.vliisiu'ly lj
eui'si'hes f ni in Sunt li America.
Analysis on each bag and quality guaranteed. Seo
bauipiusaiidilicularb,oiihand Ij.i dcalcars generally,
.TOSIAII J. AUHN'S SONS,
No- 4 S. Delaware A cnuu Philadelphia,
rAlNWHIOIlT A CO,,
N. E. Corner Second and Arch Streejs,
fEAS, bYISUPS, COFI'KE. SPHAlt, MOLASSEt
I'.ICK, M'ICtS 1I1CAKII iOIU,AC.,A'C.
HOrderB will receive prompt altentlon.
WIFE NO. J9.
BY ANN ELIZA YOUNG,
ltriijh'im Youmj't nbellinus wife
Tho tidy riinpletu exo of all tho stands of
uiiiuiiau's iiAutii eir Mrltlcu. Horuln iiriin
Inn, ann v.uih now exposes tu tho world, us no olh.
er ivonuu inn, Iho hhciikts, uvstmiiiis und chiuks
of thu luiiilUlu syiileinof polygumy, from t lie wry
bcglnuing. M-iuly sou lliutruiions bi-autiry tho
work, It I, thu lie.st wlllug book publMiud. 10.U o
inoroinen and women cun luvu cinnloMncnt. and
mako from $,', toiu dally, ai i. i.ivk Aui.nrs uro will,
lug for Illustrated tlicuUra with lai.ubi hums. Seul
free. Do nui dcinv, but uddiiss
DLo'lIN, CilLMAN CO , Hartford ft
Of illiO.IM, ion, u , JSWIi", (SP.Cl 11. til'. CO, IIMrti'
wltn ether t inula rtuu a iiiu ulcl In tl.o wji mlng
Lottery, which Is rohducti d l sworn ioimulM.onris
und duly Ugullzid b. II, e WMiuIng 1 eslsluluie,
Regular druwliinHlMhur.dSUh if luclunoiilh during
the j ear. 'llUttstl luih, c fr U, V6 lurjw.
lara uu uii iiiiliiuuiioh uiuiKU lite.
Ai LLti ti to., ;v NAttAC bt., Ktw YOUK.
AT THE COLUM11IA OFFICE
' ' .ft'
I ifiniLr.i iiw ft nnn n A nnyn
J rlill ,, ly U 11 111 1 HUilUlllJll
In cupaf ty uu l rtc Hun by nny oth. r. Auuhlii
an DIPLOMA 0PH01TOH"
VIENNA. 1873; PARIS. 1867.
fl'JI AniTlciin Orinii trr nwnnlnl nny nmlil
IJilL In IIuphip, or whli li prr-iut mill FTlrutnll
n.in I'YiYlli'iioo n- 1 1 co ii.iiiitnl u ui.lc Mik' ilurr.
fttl'J.'iVt? ninril.', I' cllt J rrni tin n nt lliiln
IlLYvrll tnl r.xp"-lllii.l"Anicrliiin"llii
Dumpr. oulut l.un Ir '.It then' l.mu ln.tlHiii .ix In
n'l wlien-nny iHtii-r nr. n i lime Ihh pn'fimil.
PCCT lki''nrvl by i:u:liicnt Mii'Mnti", in both
pi. 'I li'inhjilii-nm M 1m uiirltnk'il. h
'lllM'I.MnNMI, ;tm'Ut-.Mr, nii i. mlui of more
than Cllll- ThoilMiml (nl fnr).
ItipipV on h.nliu a Mii-rm llnml'n. Do not
mOlO I luki' n ij i, hor. Ie,tlrn art LAtiltli in
Mi.luv f..f wt.itj I if U.r mil'ti". for ''
rciuou iiJUn it v r:i ltir.l to itll Mhnetl.tuu ths.
t!CUI PTV) T1? hh I"'"' rlniit In l.rnin.
K'llii n,.l 'iil!illlilliill Mlil. Mtpcrb
KliiKcro nn I i iinT ("iisi'H iif n'v lUMcu.
qninlui i-oinli.niitli'U of ttip-i- liipinuri nln.
F'PV nH''E'TP Onrani."oliHi'riwliirT
Lllil rAl III CM 1 forniiinthlyuiiniittirly
lnmentii; or rcntl mil'l rrnt pujn f r tin orgnn.
OS Til I fl.llCP i-n.l Cirrnlurn. lllh full rnrtlo
Utl Hil.U'j'.irO ill ub. rir Aildrw. MACON' .!
IIAMI.IN OiinAS" CO.. ir.1 'Iriimiit blnit. IlO.f
VUNl li-. Unnri Npiunj, MJW YUllKj or til Si U
A,Uu ,St CII1CAUO
MAbUr! a HAMLIN
MY ni. oil I'M. .VI) AT
VIIOLISAXi OPw ESTAIL
Qenvntt Ayvitt utsu for the rehbvatctl
I. K. Mirl.K!?.
Dealer in above Instruments.
Jlarch 1 VTS-y
A HEAVY STOCK,
OZieaper iSiara ESverS
S. H, MILLER & SON
Have Just .Received
the largest ami best tmpnly ol
CHEAP AMD' FASHIONABLE
They havo ccr olfcreU totneir frlcntls and cus
(Jlotlis, Cassimores, ani Satiaetts
for MICK'S WEAK,
Cloths, Alapacas, Merinos,
for LADIES' WEAK,
CALICOES, MUSLINS, UA.MWUOS,
anil every variety of Dry Goods ilesircu.
Carpets, Mats Ottoman,
CLOSED OUT AT COST
FAMILY C HOC E LUES,
incliiilinjr all the varictu of
COFFEKS, TEAS anil SUUAKS,
anil a general suiiply of article useful for the
table always on ham!.
CALL AND SEE,
Country produce of all kiiuls taken in ex
lian;c fur gooih at cash jirices.
FARMERS TAKE NOTICE!
It 19 of great lmoortanco to you what kind of
manure you appl to your Wheat UukU thin tall. If
you want a uoml crop of Wheat next beacon, anil n
heavy crop of cirait to follow, use.
Raw Bone iSuper Phosphate
I'ut up la auuib tags.
Tholia,oof thlsou U-HiWIaaot rtlcli li Raw or
I'liUiirueil Ikitten, anJ in htrenjth cannot ho ex
hiiuitcU with tin crop of Wheat, but will nrovo ef-
focll u on tho to lowing crop of Ur.vn, aii'l tt 111 also
pcriii.inciuo tmpruve the will.
farmers look to .our own lDtercbU ami proelf
what wc say about
Baugh's Raw Boao PhcwalntQ
true or faKe, ami notif,' tn tf tlu ra.ult Make
uppUcatlcn lor It oarh lu.iiiur ne.irojt IvaK-r In
Manure, anil If jo'icaunut ncuro It thiuusli them,
(enil j our onlcrs illivit to j our fi lemli
HAUlrl-l ii St INS.
Aug. I0-3t. I'll I. UKLI'IIIA A- UALTIMOItrj.
IIION IN Tin: I1I.OOI).
Tim I'miuvuv Kvat'i'
vltall.i namleuilclies ,hu
luuoil, tiiiioa p the sik.
tain, IjiiIUU up tlii'lilul;iMi
lljwil. L'llri'H d Hlii-ni.li
f vein, ehrualo ill.irr.iuia
acrvoua airuc luns, bulls
humor, ilHciirs cf ti.o
ia lui .iiiJ iil.i-l'ler, ru
laalo coaiplaliiti, A'.,
'riiuii3.ui.ls havo liccn
chanuoil I) thu ihu of tho
remedy fiom weak, hlckly, fcufrcilng creatures, to
kiiont,', heal hy, happv men iiml oincu; ami
liivulhl c.iiinut rc.lsuiijlui hciillulo to Rlio lla trial.
I.'ALTIOV.- 110 hliro Oll Bit tllU "I'UlL'VUN
nviai" (not riruM.in liaik.) t-uhl ny ue.nera ifi'iiei
ally. A S'J-pai'C! 'laiiiphh t, cohtalutui; a lie. I bo on
iron as a iu meal uxcut ami other taluauu paper,
leblhuoiihiNfruiii illstlm-ulshL'il nil blcl.iii. tiorirv.
lain ii ml i. u. i is, will be hcnt fro to any aililivis
si:th W. roui.K i Hani, prui UeluiB, I Ihurlaoii
.1 ii-iiui-, ilUSkUII,
. I ) plOU'll
.Ml li lite ac-
kllOHltll.Tll bUlllillllll tf
Ihu iiiuiU't, by popular
viiillel, iho ucil puaip fir
theleabt money Attention
Im tni l r ... I In ltbilrlihiv1 Imnrrili il llmck.
if& et.thu):op ihcck vulie, which can be
wiiuiirawn wiiuuui uiiiiiiuini; iiiu jouu,
nml thu copper chamber which uer, r
cracks, Kcalei or ruU ami w in hut a lllu
lime, Fornulo by Uealeia ami the trade
:? net lilatihlcj'a iMfip.bu careful una teo
mi I'liniTiii v. i i oruer in mi hin,i I nil win
that tt has lay trailo mark an abuve. If )ouilonot
kiiowuhei'u to Imv, ile-rlptlve circular, together
wllh Hie name nml niWief ol the iii.-oiitmairibt )uu
will kg (arnlnheU by aUUrehSluir wlUi blaiiip,
uiiAH.ii. m.A'li.'lll.l.V, Mniiuruuuri'r,
ti , romiiierco bt , I'hlladelpula,
I'OK HAI.B HY
J. SCHUYLER & SON, Bloomsburg, Pa.
March fi is-taa
this rAi'un is os ritr. with
R0VVELL & (HESMAN
. Atlvortlslng Agents,
THIRP & CHESTNUT STS., ST. LOUIS. MO
1 JUS1NIKS OAHUS, "
1'OSTKIlS. kv... n..
Neatly and Cheaply prlnteil at the Coi.UM-
The Columbian Printiiiff Estab
lishment is amply supplied with
the necessary Presses, Types and
otlier material for executing all
kinds of Printing at low rates and
in the most expeditious and satis
CALL AT THE
COURT HOUSE ALLEY,
When special material is required
it will be promptly obtained.
Books and Pamphlets,
Hand-Bills and Dodgers,
Large and Small Posters',
Letter and Uill Heads,
Envelopes with Business Cards,
Bussiness, Pic Nic, Wedding nnd
Progt amines, Bills of Faro, etc.
Will all bo supplied and excuted
in superior style, ut cheap
rates uud short notice.
The best workmen aro employed
und tho best material will
always bo furnished,
A liberal share of public patron
ago is respectfully solicited.
Bloomsuuuo, Junk 18, 1875.
AL ROAD TIME TAtfLES
OIllUniil.I'llA A N'l) l:Ivl)IN'(, i!o.D
AKlSASOKMKNT Ol l'AS.-j.M,l;it
MAY 1, If 1.
rtlf HMVBM'fMit Cfftit.l'- .ft'uii- ,
Kur Net York I'lillnOclplil . mill i i na
I'nniiiinn. e.. n,fH a. tn
fi 'JiWhh tM.i, l iti'i it. m. ni. .i-, , in
trt VttlUunn(iru tn, -l.cni p. i ,.
TAI!M MH RffflKT M'A 11 Af
MO.. I M AI k
I.nive .sew York, ,1( u, tr
leave Plil!a(lelplilii, a. In.
Ixfate tti-iullnrf, II,:, a, m it m, .
aiul Tamaqiia, 1,8c p. m.
Iioave fatnwlMti, il,n n. ia. an .i.ikj p. m.
teato VIUI.imf'ot'l,,.',iia, u u n,o,i p. tn.
I'wvxiuicra tn bimI irein i u ihu, i K,
ttiMilitl wlHio'it eliniijro nr ir .
-i. :. won. ' i,
.Mn-lTl tf. ciener.J Kupiriiii mleht
on aii'taflerNoveiiiber -juih. i iralu wi, u ,iu
Nt.Mll'ltYai) follows I
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Klinlra -Mall -i.it, a. in., uirtio I-:ii .liu in.vo u. m.
lluiralot:.xi)ietiT.ir.a. m. uritvc imr,i.lu . i ..I,,.
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lliirrtfliurairoinmbdatlon 8.40 p. in. unit o 11..11I3.
bui-j lo.w i. in.
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All ilally except Suml.ty.
I). M. 110YI), Jr., ifenoral Passcnjcr Agent
A. .1. C'ASSATT, f.'cncr.il .Maliaxcr
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
riiiladelili!a & Krie 1!. I!. Division.
WINTKli TLMK TAULE.
OX ami nfier SUNDAY, NOV. 2, 173,
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K0.1U I M 1 1; loll vMUl'UU as folloiva:
FAST I.IXi: leaies Xew York
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D-ntojfd-ifn'T fi'v.1 " K-v ' u"j at
riUlailelihl.i i;pri-.-,s Lust and pay i:x Vim, I' is
hlcepiiitf cara on all nlt-ht trains. '
W.M. A. IIAI.DWIN,
Deo. lT.'I.1-tf f.pnPr,u Sllp,
Tlmo.lahlo No. in, Takeh elicit at 1:30 A. M
MONDAY. NOVU.Mlir.il lorn
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Hiipcrintcnilenfs onico'.Vcraiitou, IK-c. lo'sli:
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
KlilJa Of in'ti-imil-u IOUO Ul
li'iitlil?. b(1 ''t'K'S, ut ltmc6t prKtB' BI,d " tl'"
rartlealiavtui-sucliwor loito wll tavo laoi.c) by
seiiciuark W0r""'tcU 10 "Utf't"tu' tmir
WM. K. r.ori.M..
Mar. , t-ly.