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Tlio Voiidr Lawyer.
Tho tlo which bound ft certain Detroit
youth to ft lawyer's nftlco was severed venter
day, nnd his parents nro hanny. They
wanted tho boy to inako a great lawyer, but
ho was getting along .too fast. Ho pursued
his studies with an ardor which cast n Judl-
clal shadow o'er tlio household nnd created
coiiiliieralilo neighborhood talk. Ho cot
trusted for candy nnd repudiated tho hill on
tlio ground that ho was a minor. Ho bought
dog and went Into bankruptcy. He bor-
rowed a pair of skates and defied tho owner
to get out n writ of replevin. Ho borrowed
fifty cenls and made tuo lender his assignee.
Hut tho worst of It was In tho family. He
had a legal name for almost everything, nnd
ins uesiro was to prove to his parents that
ho was just absorbing dead loads of law. If
ho wanted a potato at tho dinner tablo he
would remark :
"I' other, filo my claims against that baked
potato and I'll prove my indebtedness this
If ho wanted bread, ho said : "Jlothcr get
mo n writ of attachment for a piece of
It was expected of him that' ho would
light tho morning fires, but no sooner had
he gained an iniigbt into tho law than he
said to his father.
"I'm going to move for n cbango of venue
unless somo other arrangement is made."
Ho moved for n stay of proceedings when
asked to go tho grocery, nnd if chldcd for
being out nt nights he replied :
"Filo your declaration and glvo mo a
chance for a jury trial."
When ho was in a good humor ho would
sit and regale bis mother with stories about
Chancery who was going up town one night
and met oldEqulty and asked him howDecrco
was getting along. Old Pleadings and Ex
ceptions camo along just then, and there was
a big fight, and the young lawyer would
slap nls leg and dcclaro :
"If Indictment had only been there ho'd
nave whaled the whole crowd I"
Tlmntw ,tn i ,i.-i
....... ,u unir uuuennc miner I
severed the tie. tt w.a fli
hoping for reform, but as ho sat down to tho
table his son brightened up and remarked :
"The defendant will now take tho stand
aud be sworn. Now. sir. did von or ,1M vm.
not come out of a Griswold street saloon at
11 o'clock this morning, wiping your mouth
on the back of your hand? Tell tho jury
all About it, sir I"
It was a little too much, and tho boy
doesn't study law any more. He plavs with
a wood pile in the back yard.-2Wr017 Free
Silver ily The Ton.
The Consolidated Virginia Company took
possession of their new assay office, on the
site of their former office at tho mine, last
Sunday. Tho building is 45x9.5 feet, nnd
two stories in height The melting room is
23Jx49 feet, and is open to the peak of tho
roof, in order to allow of the free ascent of
smoke and fumes. To render the room still
more healthful, a ventilator will be placed
in the peak of the roof, that will run its
whole length, when the arrangements of the
room will be perfect.
Last Sunday all the apparatus was moved
from the Savage assay office, and besides
making this transfer, they melted 4,000
pounds ot Bunion, and had it all in the
shape of bars before 5 o'clock in the eve-
mug. in addition to doing all this work
they made over sixty ore assays.
n aia.j.. . i. l.i . . i i I
iuuuunj iiui, mcjr uieueu uuu assaycQ
over a ton of bullion, and considered it noth-
Ing more than a holiday. Yesterday there
were melted 6,100 pounds, worth about $1G0,
uw. J.nere are eignt lurnaces in the melL
i ng room, and they devour the crude bub
Hon very rapidly. A"melt" is now made,
in an hour and a half, whereas the usual
time In ordinary offices is two hours and a
half. The cupel room is 18x24, and con
tains two furnaces ot three mufflers each.
In the same room is the sand bath and ap
paratus connected therewith. The weigh
Ing room is 12x15, and the office and calcu
lation room 12x24. In these two rooms the
assays are weighed and all the necessary cab
culations are made.
In the ore assay department there are two
crucible furnaces with a capacity of twenty
crucibles each. In addition there will be a
scarification furnace, containing from twenty
to twenty-four scarifiers. These willbeused
in making assays of very rich ores, as the
method is more speedy than by the use of
crucibles. In this department there will be
a cupelling furnace containing two mufflers,
a weighing room and, &c.
There is a hall ten feet in width running
through the melting room and the rooms in
which the bullion assays are made, and in
this hall there were on Monday piled up ail-
ver bricks worth $125,000. In a vault ten
feet square, at one side of the hall, lay $100,
000 In bricks, while $40,000 more stood
cooling in the melting room ; in all, $205,
000 in sight at one time. This, with the
$170,000 melted, molded into bricks and
assayed yesterday, makes a grand total of
t5,000 stored in the office during tho past
Besides the rooms wo have mentioned on
the ground floor there is a store room 18x20
a bath-room and wash room; also, a largo
room in which will be set up an apparatus
for making humid assays. All the assay
ing Is under tho superintendences of Cham'
hers O. Dayl, late melter nnd refiner at the
United States branch mint at Denver. It is
iutended that their silver bars thall go in all
parts of tho world for just what they are
Mr. Davn says the office is capable of
melting and assaying $10,000,000 per month.
Once in each month at tho time a general
clean-up is made at the mills he says he
will do bigger work than has ever been be
fore seen on the Pacific coast. At theso
times ho will probably melt and assay in
one day bullion to the value of $200,000,
The upper story of the building contains
the main business office of the company.
24x30 feet in size; two private offices about
14x18 ; a spacious hall, in the side of which
is a strong vault for coin and other valua
bles, 8x10, with ono or two sleeping rooms,
bath rooms, closets, Ac.
"The Canadian Fanntr tells a nlco story
of a man named Langley, who went to St,
Mary's bay geese hunting. Seeing a moose
on the opposite shore he fired, aud at the
samo moment a porpoUe leaped from tho
water, and the bullet killed both it and the
moose. The porpoise floated to tho shore,
aud the hunter used it as a raft to paddle
across to the moose. There he found that
the bullet, after killing the moose, bad gone
Into a hollow tree in which was a store of
wild honey, which was flowing through the
hole made by the bullet Keachliig for
what he thoueh was a slick to dIuk un the
tinlp. llA rfLUL'llt u rabbit bv the leir. ltather
startled, be threw it violently from him, aud
struck a covey of eighteen partridges, kill-
Jug them all."
If you have a favor to ask of a man now,
Le auro and shut the door after you go Into
liaising thickens ''by liaixl."
Sir. T. 1J. Uogers, tlio famous poultry min
er at Wethcrsfleld, Conn., lias "sensed the
precise tlilnc," nnd has liivcutetl what lie
calls nil "artificial mother," for tho rearing
of young chickens. Ho climates that at
leait fifty per cent. Of chickens hatched nro
lost by suttcrlng from cold, by being stepped
on by their mother, and by cnU and other
niilmals. and n var bus other wnys. Ilonl'
go finds that chickens to bo profitable, should
bo hatched In tho winter. Ho hatched three
broods In nlno weeks with ono hen that
ho takes nway tho chickens ns soon ns batcl
ed, nnd places frcjih eggs under tho hen, and
In this way keeps her busy propagating
chickens. Mr. Hosrer's next movo was to
eet somo invention that would tnko care of
tho chickens when hatched, nnd ho has con
stmcted what ho calls an "artificial mother."
This a box with two compartment, and
about threo feot lone by two nnd a half wide.
In the rear is a lid covered with wool, shut
ting within threo Inches of the bottom j this
u cut off from tho front part by n strip that
can bo raised on hinges. Tlio front is pro
tccted by lattico work, giving plenty of air
nml l Mit nnd on tho outside aro tin troughs,
in which gravel, food and water aro placed.
The chickens ci'n enslly get their bills Into
these, and when they havogot their fill they
can run under tho wool-covered lid, whicl
is so soft and comfortable that :they Ima.
Ino they nro under tho old hen's wings. Mr,
Itogcrs had In ono of these boxes a brood of
twenty - one chickens. They wero ns lively
as crickets, and seemed perfectly at ease
Mr. Rogers deals exclusively in Light Brali
mas, nnd thinks they aro th best layers, ns
well as tho most profitable fowls for tho ta
ble. Ashes for Cattle.
The Live Stock Journal has a correspond'
cut who found his cattle given tit tho habit
of eating wood, chewing bones, etc. They
became thin in flesh, refused to cat hay,
and presented a sickly appearance. He had
Ino impression that their food lacked the
..- . . ...
constituents lor mating bone ; and nis neigu
bors used bono meal without noticing any
f "u 1
luu'", . .7 ,
7"' anu lnrew oul lu luera auoul a 8UOVel
full each day. They all nto with evident
relish. After turning them out to the pas
ture, he put ono peck of dry ashes per week
on the ground in the pasture. They ate it
all and gnawed off tho grass where it had
been laying. The cattlo began to improve,
Bftinins flesh nnd looking betlcr ,tha" lhe7
had for several years. He says this morbid
appearance was unnoticed years ago, from
the fact that the ground was new and ashy
from the burning of ivoods aud land clear
ings. Since this discovery, ho gives ono
quart of salt mixed with one quart of ashes,
to twelve head of cattle about once u week.
LiAnd diiainage. Tuero is scarcely a
farm on which drainage is not required, and
open weather in winter and spring should
be taken advr ntage of to collect materials
for the drains. Tiles are the most uniform
and portable material for drainage, yet in
manv cases other material mav be used. In
Great Britain and Ireland millions of acres
are drained bv stone-drains, thnt is with
drains filled to a certain height with small
stones, over which crceu sods are inverted
and a perfect.covering made to prevent the
entrance of sand or earth. The drains are
then filled up with the soil that has been
. . ..
thrown up in lorming tliem. Un some
farms small stones exist in lariro ouantitica
and their removal from the surface cf tillage
fields, meadows and pastures is necessary.
Tlio mnv tin niil wiili t.nn.1 oirnt in Hmin.
ing low and marshy places. The drains
should be made in the ah ape of u blunt
wedge from four to six inches wide at top
and three feet deep. These should be filled
with stones to tho height of 10 or 12 inches,
the smallest stones being placed on tho bot
torn. A main drain with a good outlet
should be constructed before the smaller
drains are made.
Colic in Hor.scs. The iVai'ne Farmer
says relief maybe obtained from this dose:
Lin seed oil, raw, one pound ; oil of turpen
tine, two ounces; hurUboru, one ounce
mix. The following tincture may be kept
in readiness : In two pounds of whisky
digest for eight days three ounces of ginger,
threo ounces of cloves, and then add four
ounces of sweet spirits of nitre. Half
pint of this tincture is a doso, iu a quart of
warm water. The abdomen should be rub
bed, the horse walked slowly about, (never
ridden, )and supplied with a good bed, and
with room to roll about without risk of in
juring himself. If there is no relief in half
an hour, a second doso may be given, and
erelong, if still required.a third. Farm
horses that have keen appetites, and devour
their food greedily, and when they have
been long iu harness, aro most apt to be
afflicted by this disease; wherefore care
should be exercised in feeding and water
ing immediately after hard work.
AVaterinq Poultkv. It is tho belief of
the writer that many of the diseases inci
deut to poultry are due to neglect in provid
Ing them with pure water ; particularly do
I believe such to bo the case, Iu tho major!
ty of instances, whero chicken cholera pre
vails. The omissiou to furnish fowls with
suitable drinking water is ono of the worst
features of cruelty to animals. Ills aneg
lect mat is decidedly adverse to success,
hence tends to diminish individual fancy
for fowls, and works detriment to poultry
interests, Ihose whom we occasionally hear
say, "there is no profit in poultry" aro not
qualified to have the management of the
same, and in tbeir attentions maybe clause'
with the thriftless and negligent parties who
keep fowls that get drink when it rains,
To Clkak Old Poiik Baiuiklh, Old
pork barrels, whether tainted or sweet, should
be thoroughly cleansed before being used for
new pork. A very simple and effectual
method is to put in a peck of strong wood
ashes avd a couple of pulls of water and let
it stand a day or two ; then scour thorough
ly with a Btlfl' corn broom. The lyo will
take hold of all the greasy particles with
which it comes In contact, and the ashes,
wuter aud broom will, if vigorously used
leave them as sweet as new barrels. Itlnse
in cold water to remove all the allies, then
pour boiling water all around the sides and
wash clean ; now rinse again In cold water
and the work is done.
The &imiIemfriean says corn fed hens
do not lay in winter, for the simple reason
I that there is no aiuuinen material in tue corn
When wheat is given to them there Is fat
enough in it to supply all that is needed for
the yolk, and albumen enough to make the
white, and lime enough to furnish the shell
it does not thus seem difficult to understand
why com fed hens should not lay, as they
do not, and why wheat fed hens lay, as they
Groat Roduotion ,in Prico l
Groat Roduotion in Pnco
Grrrit Roduotion in Prico ! .
hinkofit ito" S
L'hink of it I 'I'iiinK oi u
Mado from Haw or Hnburned Animal Hones,
C1IKAP rou CASH.
Wo nrn now iwlltnir our Haw Ilono Super-Phot.
phate nt tlio following '
Ammonia .... From I to 4 per cent.
Soluble and Precipitated .... .,
Phosphoric Acid, Prom to 11 per csnt.
ruosjUatoot Unie, rendered .,,.
nuiuauie, riuw ' iv ,". "
At vnT frt.li wiininfuilA nrlces to farmers and
Planters, P. O. II. In Plilladelphla, at tho follow tnir
W Tons and over, - $33 per ton, 8,000 lbs.
low ions, o ; - -
' to 74 40 " '
tO " - 41 " '
toIO I. . 43 " "
GHOUiN D RAW BONES,
CayGuarantccd Pure. -a
At the following casu Prices:
100 Tons and over, 134 ' 0
w to a Tons 85 io
BO " to 411 " US 0)
io " to ai " si oo
l " to a " 89 oo
and tlio solid bono lias not been selected from It fur
carbonizing purposes. .
t anners are reiiucsieu ui kivu vumr wuciowim
dealer early, nndlf they cannot getHaugh's Stan
dard Fertilizers from dealers, they will be supplied
by us direct.
tST WAItK A NTED PUKK.a
O. D. In Philadelphia at tho following low cash
loo Tons and over, 38 oo per Ton, 2,000 lbs.
io Tons, miw
to74 ' 140 oj " " " "
t04 " 41 01 ' "
t0 m 4J CO " " " "
to 10 " 43 PO " " " "
In JJagi, on Hoard Cars at Works,
At tho following cash Prices:
1 0 Tons nnd over, f30 n i per Ton.
w " io m Tons si oo
31 " to 41) " ai oi " "
in to w " 83 ou " '
1 to It " 34 00 ". "
If nncked In barrels, mo taro off, wo will raakoa
deduction of ft per ton rrum above prices.
Persons desiring to take advantage of tho abovo
low prices isuouiu scnu iu vueir urucra uv uuti-.
FINE BONE DUST
Ammonia - from 9 to 4 per cent.
rnospuonc aciu "n iuii -
liono Phosphate of Llmo " SJ to 3T "
Thk nrt leln Is irround verv line, and Is noted for Its
quick action, una can bu bought ai the rollolng re-
uuceu pneca, ircu uil uuaru l-sscis uiuur i imuut;i
phla orks :
loo Tons and over, KJO per 1 on, 2,000 lbs.
M tow 'ions ai
80 " 10 4'J " 83 " " "
lo " tuaa " 33
1 " lo " S4
JEaS-N. B. Ono Dollar per Ton additional
on above prices it snipped from iiuitimore.
15 A U G II & S 0 S S,
15 A 11 (ill & SONS,
B A U G II & SONS,
20 South Delaware Ave., Philadelphia.
20 South Delaware Ave., Philadelphia.
20 South Delaware Ave., Philadelphia.
103 South Street, Baltimore.
103 South Street, Baltimore.
103 South Street, Baltimore.
THE CIUCAOO & NOllTH-WKSTEnS' RAILWAY
Embraces under ono management the Great Trunk
Hallway Lines of tho WEST and NOKl'lI-WKST.and,
with Us numerous branches and connections, turms
the shortest and quickest, route between Chicago
and all points in Illinois, Wisconsin, North ekn
iliciuaiN, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, California
ana ino esurn Territories, its
Omalin and California Lino
Is tho shortest and best route for all mints In north-
ern Illinois, Iowa, Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming,
coiuruuu, evuuu, uuui, wiuuurui, uri'lfuu, inula,
Japan auu Australia, iia
Chicago, MadlNon dt St. Paul Lino
Is the short lino for Northern Wisconsin and Minne
sota, and for Madison, St. l'aul, lllnneapoluUuluth,
ana ail points m me great urtu-west. iu
Winona and St. Peter Line
jb iiiu umy ruuw lur iiiiiuuu, ihuiucsuir, uwuwiiuii,
Mankato, bt. 1'eter, New Uliu, and all points In
Green Bay and Marquette Line
Is the only line for JanesvlUe, Watertown, Fond Iiu
Lac, OsOikoiU, Appleton, Ureen liay, Escaiiaba, 'o
iruunce, Marquette, Houghton, Hancock and the
luko superior country, iia
Frccport anil Dubuque Line
Is the only route for Elgin, Rockford, iTeeport, and
uu poll is via r rcepun, its
Chicago unci Milwaukee Line
i the old Ijiko Shore Itoutc. and Is tho only ono
asslng through Kvanston, Lako Forest, Highland
ark, Waukegan, uacine, henosna to Milwaukee,
Pullman Pa'aco Cars
urn run nn all throueh trains of this road.
This Is the ONLt LINK running thoso cars be
tween Chicago ana bt. i'aui,i;iucago ana Muwaukve,
nr rhlfntrn nnd Winona.
a i. iimaiiiL uur HiL'euerB tuuua, mill luc umiuuu
sleepers on the Union I'acUlc ItaUroad lor all points
west or me Missouri river,
on the arrival of the trains from the east or south,
the trains of the Chlcaeo & North-Western 1 tall way
leave chlcairo as follows I
FOn UOCXC1L liLurre, UIMUI aku lAlirUHNIA, 1 wu
through trains u&ny, vvitu ruuutan paiaconrawing
room and hleenlur cars throuirh to Council Mulls.
rOK T 1'AUL AMU JIUNNGirUUB, VTO I IirUUgll If UUI
dally, with l'ullman palace cars attached to both
For fiREEN iuy and Lake Bcrtwou. two trains
daily, with ruuinan paiaco ears aiutcnuu, ana run,
mug turuugu to juurquenu.
von Mn.wAL'itii. four throueh trains daily, roll.
man cars on night trains, parlor chair cars on day
For HriKTA and Winoma and points In Minnesota,
one through train dall, with Vullman sleepers to
Fob DrBcam. via Frcenort. two through trains
dally, with l'ullman cars on night trains.
For Di'BtioiiE anu La Ckosse. via Clinton, two
through trains dally, with l'ullman cars on night
train to iieurrgor, lowa.
For hiodz Cirr and Yaniton, two trains datly.l'inl
man cars io Missouri vanwy juuciiuu.
for Lake Qkneya. four trains dally.
FORltOCEIOKD. KTEUUNO. KENOSHA. JANESVILLE,
and other points, you can have trow two to ten trains
New York office, No 41llroartwuy; Boston office,
5 Slate street! Omaha offlce. S53 Parnham Street:
Kan Francisco office, ill Montgomery Ktrcet: Cblca
eo ticket omcea t cu Clark street, under Sherman
House; corner Canal and Madison street; Ktnilo
riireet aepot, corner w, mnue auuianai pircei;
Wells Street depot, corner Wells and Klnzle streets,
For rates or Information not attainable from your
uome ticket agents, appgr u
W. H. Htbnnett, , .
Oen, Pass. Ag't, Chicago,
SLaZST WATOHBB, OLOOKB,
Silverware, 'Watches and Jowolry
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Gold and Silver Watches,
of American and Foreign manufacture.
Silver and Plated Ware, Clocks,
FINK JEWELRY, AO., AO.
REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
ItiSTKJtS, tQ t(X.
Neatly nnd Cheaply printed at tbe Oomtm
PEMWjLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY,
Is widely known
M ono of tho in6st
over discovered for
clcanslm; tho sys
tem and purifying
tlio blood. It has
stood tho test of
years, with n con
stantly growing rep
utation, based on Its
intrinsic virtues, and sustained by Its rc
markablu cures. So mild as to bo safo and
licncficlal to children, and yet so searching
ns to cllectually purgo out tho great cor
ruptions of tho blood, such as tho rerofulous
nnd syphilitic contamination. ImpuritleJ,
or diseases that have lurked In tho system
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti
dote, and disappear. Ilcnco Its wonderful
etircs, many of which are publicly known,
of Scrolttlit, and all scrofulous diseases,
Ulcer.s, Eruptions, and eruptive dis
orders of tho skin, Tumors, Blotches,
1 tolls rlinplcs, Pustules, Sores. St.
Anthony's Fire, Itoso or Erysipe
las, Tetter, Salt IMictitn, Scald
Head, Itiumvorin, and internal Ul
cerations of the Uterus, Stomach,
and Jjivcr. It nlso cures other com
plaints, to which It would not seem especi
ally ndapted, such ns Dropsy, Dyspcp
nln. Fits, Neuralgia, Heart Disease,
Fcmalo "Weakness, Debility, and
JjCltcorrhoca, when they aro manifesta
tions of tho scrofulous poisons.
It Is an excellent restorer of health nnd
strength in tho Spring. By renewing the
appetite and vigor of the dfgestivo organ?,
it dissipates tho depression nnd listless lan
guor of tho season. Even whero no disorder
appears, people feel better, and livo longer,
fur cleansing tho blood. Tlio system moves
on with renewed vigor and a now lcaso of
PREPARED R T
Dr. J. C.AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
i'rnrffrat and Anattltcal Chcmltti.
SOLO BY ALL DIIUGOISTS KVEUYWIIEUE.
a p ii it-iMy
STOCK OF CLOTHING.
Gentlemen's Dxous Goods.
Invites attention to hU large and elegant stock ot
heap and Fashionable Clotliina,
at his storo on;
MAIN STltEET, IN THE NEW BLOCK,
where ho has Just received from New York and Phil
adelphia a full assortment of
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including the most fashionable, durable and
AND OIL CLOTH,
OF ALL SOItTS SIZES AND COLORS,
no boa also replenished his already largo stock of
CLOTnS AND CASS1MERES,
lis has constantly on hand a large and well select-. I
ed assortment of
Cloths and Vestings,
which ho Is prepared to make to order Into any kind
of clothing, on very short notlco, and In the best
manner. All his clothing is made to wear and most
ot It U ot home manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWKLKY,
OF EViatV DESCRIPTION, FINE AND CHEAP.
IIIS'CASE OP JEWELRY IS NOT SURPASSED IN
CALL AND EXAMINE Ills GENERAL ASSORT
Clothing, Watches, Jow-
TakoAycrs mils for all tho purposes of a purga
tive, forcenstlpatlon, indigestion, headache, and liv
er compUlnt, Ily universal accord they aro the best
of all pui:gatlven for family uso.
WHERE TO ADVERTISE.
As T. Stewart sajs the best advertising mediums
he has ever found '-aro tho old established organs of
U two political partleB, at the several county seats
Miroughout the Union." "These," ho says "reach
every family of tho lcast'nccount In their several
counties, and ore more carefully read than any other
class of Journals." If Mr. Stewart's Judgment is oi
value, mere la no difficulty In deciding which paper
It Is for the Interest of business men to advertise In
Tho Columbia Dhuochat, upon which this paper Is
partially founded, was established In ISM, and the
Columbian now enjoys a wider circulation and
greater prosperity than It ewdld. It t week
ly Into two thousand families in Columbia and ad
joining counties, and by most of them Is read from
thitlrutto the last line. It Is the only recognised
erponont of nearly fire thousand Demosratlo voters
In tho county. It gives udrertlsemenW a tasty dis
play, that makes tnem attractive to Its patrons, thus
ensuring greater certainty that they will pemsa
them. wwielU circulation Is undoubtedly much the
1 largest In the county, the advertising rates of the
CotosoiAN are no niKner uu uwso ui uier iiiei o
with barely half and several not one-fourth the num
ber of subset tbers. Facta like these speak for them
selves. No ghrewd tuslaess man will neglect to In
sert his advertisements In the colcmbiah tf
OTEL 'IO L11ASE,
TT-1.. c7 u i7uinr
GRAND OPENING !
HAVING resumed llie bilinis nf Merclian
discing at his Old stole, un
MAIN STltKBT, HLOOMSIIUIIG,
NEAR THE FORKS HOTEL,
tvslrcsto call tho attention of Ills Friends nnd tlio
NKW, imt. AND VAIUK1)
STOCK OF GOODS,
And solicits a share of public patronago
HIS HTOCK CONSISTS OF
FI.OU11 AND FKI'.D
In connection with Ids stock ot Jltrcnandlse lie
rr.nsnntly keeps on hand In hla yard.
A FULL STOCK OP
Dressed anil Messed Lunta
AND SUINOLnsOF IHS.MANUFACTiJltK.
Bill Lumber niiulc a speciality.
OALL AND SHE.
T. L. GUNTON, Proprietor,
MAIN STIIEET, BELOW MAltKET.
Manufacturer of and Heater in all kinds of
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
Wo uso the bust AMEUIOAN nnd ITALIAN Marble.
Ho has on hand and furnishes to order
URNS, VASES, &c.
Every variety ot Marble cutting neatly executed at
tho lowest market prices.
A lone practical experience and personal attention
to busluebs makes the proprietor confident of giving
satisfaction. All orders by mall promptly nttendeu
to. P. O. box S97.
JUSy-A". 1!. Work delivered free of ciurffc.-i3l
Auj. 21, 'Jt-ly. T. L. OUNTON, Proprietor.
"yAINWRIGIlT & CO.,
N. E. Corner Second and Arch streejs,
I TEAS, SYItUrS, COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES
MCI, SFICXS, BICARB SODA, &C, &C
vorders will receive prompt attention.
MYELINS k HOLMES
No. 17 Centre Stro."
I Flmofap-TS Gas anft Steam Fitter;
JC 1 3ST "W .A. IRE,
GALVANIZED IRON CRNICL
Wire Trellises, Ac. Dealers in Stoves, Rang
es, l'urnnces, Baltimore Heaters, Low Down
Grates, Mantels, PUMPS, Weather Strips,
of the latest design. Special attention paid to re-
pairmtr sewing -iiaciunes oi every nescrimion. m-aics,
Locks. Hell Hanslng. Kev.Klttlng. c. Private Resi
dences Heated byMeamnt u small cost above Hot
Air, reu. w, n ii.
HOW Lost. How EesW!
.lust published, a new elltlonof Dr.
uunervtfiis ceieuriucu i.ssay vu ino
raaicai cure inuuuui meoieiueioi sper
inatnrrhccii ur seminal veakness. lnvol
untnry seminal losses, Impoteney, mental andphv st
eal Incapacity, Impediments to mairlaee, etc: also,
consumption, epilepsy und nts. Induced by self-Indul
gence or sexual cxiravagunce, &o
1 rice, HI H rruu il rill I loi'e, uui,i siAteuis.
The celebrated author. In this admlrablo eay,
clearly demons! rates, fiom a thirty years succeasiul
Dractlco. that tho nKrmlnc conscuuences of self.
abuse may be radically cured without tliedaogerou.s
use ot ln'ernal medicine or tho application ot tho
Knuu: iKiinuDir out u luuiiu ui euro ulukiu siuiuie,
riTljiln uml eneclual. bv means of which eve rv suf.
ferer. no matter what his condition may be, may
cure himself eheanlv. nrlvntclv and rndlcully.
1D1H Aciuru SI1UI1IU uo 111 mu ututunui UTvrjr
youin and every man in me mmi.
Kent under seal. In a Main envelone. to any ad-
OresB, on receipt of six centa or two postage stamps,
Auaresa me ruuiuineru,
V. 11RUGMAN & SON,
41ynnSt-,NewVorkj P. O, Jlox &s6.
B. M.P.Jan tl-3m.
AMM0NIATEI) SUPER PHOSPHATE.
Circulars and analysis mailed tree on application,
For Bala by Dealers generally, and by the Importers
J08IAII J.ALLI'S sons,
No. 4, South Dclawaro Ave,, Philadelphia
TIIIS rAfES is on nts WITlf
R DWELL & PHESMAN
- Advertising AgenU,
THHtr & CHESTNUT 6T8., ST, LOUIS, MO
rtriions Indebted to II. I- Dlerrcnbach fr prlnUng
subscription to the Columbian are hereby notinu
I the bands of the undersigned , fi ar lKuo, and
I that nettlement 01 mo nemo mum uo rrempuy iiiouu,
W! 'T!l W
NEW GOODS !
A HEAVY STOCK,
(Cheaper than Kvert
S. II. MILLEll & SON
Have Just Received
the largest nnd best supply ol
CHEAP AUD FASHIONABLE
They havo ever offered to tnelr friends nnd cus
(Jlotlis, Cassimeres, and Satinotts
for MEN'S AVEAtt,
Cloths, Alapacas, Merinos,
for I A DIES' AVE Alt,
CAMCOIS, MUSLINS, CAMBRICS,
ami every variety of Dry Goods dcslnil.
Carpets, Mats, Ottomans,
jhJQVAJ WU1 ill UVQl
Including nil the varieties of
COKKKRS, TEAS nnd SUGARS,
anil u gincnil supply of nrllclci incful for the
table always on hand.
CALL AND SEE,
Country produce of all kind taken In ex
cliaiiRC for goods at cash price.
"EMPEROIt AVILLIAM" CABBAGE,
The best, largest and most profitable variety of
winter enbbago known In Europe, und Imported to
mil country exclusively uy us iii.ii. tuuix, mul-ii,
with tho most onllnarvcultlvntlon.lt flourishes us.
tonlihliiL'lv. attutnln ' anenormotiHblzo andbellliur
In thu market ut prices most Kmllfjlng to thopro
ilucn . In trananiantliitf. irreal enru should lio taken
to glvo sumclcnt space for giowth. Willd heads, tho
sl7ot tho mouth of a flour band, Is tho average
run ot this cliolco variety, ono package of tho seed
M'lit postpaid on receipt of 5 1 cents. Three pack
ages lo one address. Jl.oo. To agents 3 per do7.en
unu 4 uirce cent suimps
tvW'lth each nackaco of seed wo srnd a sure
remedy against the ravages of the ebbbau llyor
omcr pusi, ou ouug oiiu icnuer pianis.
MAMMOTH GOLIAD INDIAN CORN
W'e, .planted last spring on Long Island, n small
nuanuly (uhlch wo obtiuneU with gnat dlfllcult)uf
tills gigantic nnd ns et very rare variety of Indian
corn, ill rciiciuut'r, uy uciuui uicu.suit;iiii.'iiL,uiurut;
malorltviif tlio stalks stood from 12 to 1C feet In
height, and still gro Ing, with from 2 to 5 enormous
eais ot coi n grow lug on utmost every stalk.
Tho v leld i as at the ralo of af 0 bushels of ear corn
per acre, vt hllc the fodder crop w as Immense and of
W'e could have sold the entlro iron for a blcprlco
to a New Yoik seedsman, but declined lo do so, pre
ferring to keep the crop for the accommodation of
oui numerous country patrons, lio win nud It
to their interests to secui e at least a small selection
or this rare variety for tho com ng spring Mauling
Llvo agriculturists, who believe In "ruaiiuisnvith
a small rLouiiu cultivators aro poor things, both
ways bctwem tho rows will be astounded by the re
sult. Wo will send by mall to any address 1 packago
n reccipi oi o i cuius uuu z iiiruo ecui. siuiups, ur
acknges un receipt ui i anu 4 mreu ccut iaui
rar-fiur.sunnlv Is limited. Parties deslrlnir io &u-
ure cither ot tho abovo raro seeds should not uelay
lelr orders. Allseed sold by usarranted fresh
a nd to gerralnnto. No roods sent U. 0. 11. Cash
ist accompany all orders, l'or cither ot above
FELIX CLAItE & CO.,
Feb lS-Cm. 2M East 113th St., N. V,
SILVER riiATED WAKE.
Electro-Plated Tablo Waro,
Ornamental Art Work
IN GItEAT VAIHCTV,
3IANUFACTUHED 11Y THE
5 5 0 B r o ad way, 2sT e w York
Tho best l'latcd Spoons and Forks nre those Silver
Dated heaviest on the parts w hero necessarily tho
most wear comes, and bearing the irado 3! ark.
1847 ROGEKS liKOTIIEUS XII.
N. I).- This great Improvement In .Sllver-I'lated
Spoons and l'orks Is applied alike to each grade ot
Plate, A 1, s and 12 oz., as ordered. Tlie Process and
Machinery for manutaeturln'' thesogoodsareP.it'
ented. 1 he Extra or "Standard Plate" mndo by this
Company Is stamped A 1, simply, and U plated
percent, heavier than tho ordinary mniket stand'
tir-Flrst Premiums awarded at all l'alrs whero
exhibited, firm World's Fair ot 16U to American
Institute Fair, 1675, Inclusive.
March 10, '56.-cm.
Awarded the Highest Medal nt Vltnna,
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
Ml, Jlroadway, Attn Yorl:
(Opp. Metropolitan Hotel.)
MANt'KACTl'lIEIlS, IUrOllTEKS AND DEAI KU8 IN
GIIllOMOS AND FKAMErf,
STEREOSCOPES AND VIEWS
LHUMS. CiIUPIIOSCOPKS A SU1TAI1L1-
We ore headqnnrters for everj thing In tlio way of
Stereopticons and Magio Lanterns,
SCHOOI, LANTERN, FAMILY LANTEHN
PEOPLE'S DANTE EN,
Each stylo being tho best ot Its class In Uio market.
Catalogues of Lanterns und blldes, with directions
lor using, seuv uu uypnittuvu.
Any enterprising man can make money wltn
1larrl 1 nnt-rn.
fifiv-Cut out this ndvcrlUemcnt for refer
AN ACTUAL BUSINESS 1KST1TLT10N AM)
For Information call nt OfUce.or send for Coil
THE "MOODY SHIRT.
MADE TO OHDEIt ONLY.
A l'KHFEUT FIT OUAJIANTEKD,
aentlemen deslrlnir Shirts will please drop us a Una
and our Agent wtu can anu get uio measurement.
luciory fio. ss utcxawunuu Aveuuo.
P. O. MOODY.
March 10, 1-ly
EGOS lOIt IIATCIlIJVfJ.
11UFE COCHINS ONLY.
From D. W, IleretlnCs noted prUo winning strain,
A yi DiTinnrvua
' Catawlhsu, l'a.
juarcn 11, iiie-iin.-
BLANK NOTrB,wllh otwllhout eiilujitloi
for talo at the Outvuiux ortco.
The Columbian Printing Estab
isliment is amply supplied with
the necessary Presses, T ypes and
other material for executing all
kinds of Printing at low rates and
in the most expeditious and satis
CALL AT THE
COUIIT HOUSE ALLEY,
When special material is required
it will bo promptly obtained.
Books and Pamphlets,
Hand-Bills and Dodgers,
Largo and Small Posters,
Letter and Bill Heads,
Envelopes with Business Cards,
Bussines3, Pio Nic, Wedding aud
Programmes, Bills of Fare, &c.
Will all bo supplied and excuted
iu superior style, at cheap
rates and short notice.
Tlio best workmen aro employed
and tho best material will
always bo furnished.
A liberal share of public patron-
ugo ia respectfully solicited.
Btoowsinma, June 18.1875.
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
TTintaniuA'iiA And headinci hoad
MAV Id, 1ST5.
TRAINS IEAVK RCrKRT AS t'OI.LOnS (SCNOAV KXCErtlD
For Now York, Ilillailelphln, Heading, PoUsvlllo
Tnmaatia, tt 11,3 tn
For Catnwlssa, ll.na . m. nnu i, I"
For WlUlamsport,MJ a. m. nnd 4,00 p. in.
TnAiNsron niTKiiT leavb as rottow,'(sfKriT ix
Ixinvo Now York, 0,00 a. m.
Unvo I'lilladclpliln, 9,15 a. in.
Leavo Heading, ll.ajn. m Pottsvllle, 1J.10 p. m
and Tnmnn.ua, 1,80 p. in.
Leave Cntawlssn, 0,50 a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
Leave Wllllamsport, ,20 a. m. and oo p. in.
Passengers to nnd from New York and Phllndcl
phla go through v Ithout cliango ot cars.
J. C. WOOTTEN,
Jan. 14, lS?o-tf.
NOllTHEUN CENTltAL EAILWAY
On nnd nttcr November SOtli. is:s. trains will leavo
SUNDUHYns follows I
Eric Mall 8.S0 a. m., arrKo Elmlr.i a. in
" Cunnndaigua. . . p. ni
Hochester 6.15 "
" Niagara 5.10 "
licnovo accommodation 11.10 a. m.anlvo Williams
rt 12.55 p. m.
Eltulra Mall 4.15 a.m., nrrlvo Elmlra 10.50 a.m.
llunalo Express 7.15 a, m. arrive lluiralo 8.50 a. m.
liuffalo Express 8.50 a. m. nrrlio lltirrlslmrg 4.50 a. m
" Halt (more 8.40 "
ElinlraMall 11.15 a.m., anlvo Harrbbuig1.50p. m
" Washington 10.8U "
Haltlmorti is.au "
" Washington 8.S0 "
Harrlsburg accommodation 8.40 p. m. nrrlvo Harris
burg 10.50 p. m. nrrlvolialtlmoro s.55ft.m
' Washington 0.13 "
Erlo Mall 12.55 a. m. arrlvo llarrlsburg 3.05 a. m.
" Washington 10.E5 "
All dally except Sunday.
1). M. DOY1), Jr., (leneral Passenger Agent
A. J, CASSATT, (leneral -Manager
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
I'lilladeliihla & Erie II. K. Division.
AVINTEIt TIME TA1JLE.
ON mu after SUNDAY, NOV. 21, 187.').
tin trains on tlio Philadelphia : Erlo Kali
Ku.id UlUslou Hill run us follows:
FAST LINE leave New York
" " " ll.illlimiio
" " " llariisbuig
' " arr. at vMlll.iiiisport
I.ock li nen
" " " iielltfontc
1111: MAIL leaves New York
" ' " I hll.KlelpIilJ
" " " Ilalllnioiv -
'I " Wllllnnispuit
" " " lek Haven
" " " Ki'llOVO
" " arr. at Erie
0 55 n. m
....12.55 p. m
.... 1.20 p. in
... 5.0U p. 111
... MU p. Ill
. .10.50 p. Ill
. 11 so p. m
, ..0X0 p. ,,
... 4.25 tt, 111
... S.35U. m
... .45 u. Ill
... . T. U p 10
LIMITED MAIL leaves Philadelphia.. T,50n,m
" " " Haltliuore T.30 u. ni
" " HanUburg. ...10.15 u. in
' " arr. at Wllllamsport.. 2, 1 11. m
" " " Lock Haven... C.311 p. m
" " " ltinovo 4.isp. in
LOCK HAVEN leaves
Philadelphia R.0)a. m
lUltlinoro 89 11. ni
Himlsbuig 1 25 p. in
nrr. at Willtamspurt ....
'MO p. m
i.au p. in
1'lllL'A EXPHESS leaves I.ork Haven. .
" " " Wllllainsport.. .
" " urrlvcs at llarrlsburg
" " " ll.illlmore
".40 n. m
".r.'i 11. m
11 Mn. ..1
cm p. ni
" " " New York 7.S5 p. m
DAY EXPHESS leaves licnovo 9.10 n. m
" " " Ickll.iven. 10. r, a. tn
" " " Wllllainsport. .. .11 S5a. in
" " arr. nt H.urKbiirg .Miop. m
' " " Philadelphia 0.50 p. m
" " " Newoik 0 15 p. m
" " " Haltlmoro 0.35 p. m
EHII3 MAIL leaves Erie
" " " Itenovo
" " " Lock Haven...,
" " Willl.iinspoit. .
' " arr. nt llarrlsburg.. . ,
" " " liultlinoio
" " " l'tilLideliihla...
' New York
1'AST LINE leaves Wllllnmsport ...
" " nrr. at IlanUburg
" " " llaltlinoie
" " " Phllailelphla ....
" " " New York
11.50 a. ni
S.V5 p. Ill
0.15 P. m
10.55 p, in
2.so a. in
T.35 a. 111
".in u. in
,10.10 a. in
12.35 a. in
s.Ki a. m
7.35 11. in
M n. 111
10,25 a. Ill
Erie Mall West. Limited Mall West, Lock Ha-en
Acciun. West and Hay Expiess Eust liiakiiclosucoii
iiectlun at Noilliuiuberliiiid ulth L. L 11. It, H, trains
for Wilkes-liaire and scruntoii.
Erlo Matl West, Limited .Mall West nnd Fart Llnu
West make close ecnnectl.n at Wllllanispcit villi
N. C. It. W. trains uoitli.
Erlo Mail East and West, Limited Mall West, l'nst
Lino West und I my E.piets Hast male dose con
nection lit Luck llnmi wlili 11.K, V. It. It. tiulns.
Erie Mull Enst und Vest conniet tit Erlo villi
trains on 1.. s.it.M.H It. It. at corry with o C.,tA.
V. It it. at Enijioi luin m It h II. N, . & 1'. it. it. aud at
Hilflwood Willi A V. ll.lt.
, Pallor Cars will run between Philadelphia anil
llllnmpoit en Llmlti d Mall West, l'nst lino West,
Philadelphia Express East olid Hay txrrt East,
fcleeplui; caiu uu all night trains.
DKLAWA H K, LACKAWANNA
'llmc-lullo No. 10, Takes effect nt 4:30 A. M
MONDAY, NOVUMIIEK 22 11,75.
a.m. p in, p.m.
p.m. p.m. a.m,
.. . Plttston
. West Plttston..
. M'lllil'll no S3
15 S 17
7 15 8 17
7 I t 8 1-4
..Plv mouth June,
... I'D mouth ....
7 85 1
5 6 'i
5 f 3
11 15 4 IH
11 17 4 15
..Iiilur cieek 11 0
7 Kill.. Clark's Snltiu..
12 82 5 47
12 CO 5 52
12 51 0 10
... P.m. p.m.
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
"WiM'?,,?!0DIK' Iron '"-fft below sec.
klLds of ' i)l00ml' '". " Premred to do al
w&n. bMt Bt),Ie"' st ,0WMt:rcea, and atsnort
comnSl'nwV. ,UCb WOrk 10 40 111 "UTe moa 1 ?
eo'ucited111 wwailt,!'1 lKTB tathitactlon. Crdo r
WM. P, IiODlNE.
March t Tt-i rr