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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
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imiu I'.iuiei neuster nun u funiculi
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Illlfllt llllVi t(V4tthVtt n imnil ilinil Imirrt !i,m
did.' 'It la of no consequence,' replied tlio
A boy on his way to Sunday school found
evciity-livo cents. TliU coiul fortune was
held up to him ns a reward for being found
(the. path of duty, lie wni very much
struck witli tlio Idea until ho Iieaid that
Another boy hud found a dollar while sctUlng
up plna in a tcn-pln alley. And now he
doesn't sco his way In tlio futuro quito so
A lnl1t-.ni... 1tli. 1.,.. 11, .1.1 ,.r
, i..n...i..i iii.-t OVVtlll HIV all.. l I
tho police to traco tho whereabouts of a
family who had left tho iielghborhood.owlng
iilmlS shillings. "Well, I suppoio thero
was nine shillings' worth of water In that
milk account," remarked tlio Inspector,
"ghat's where it galla me that's where It
hurts!" rei.licd the dealer. "Th ev wero
new customers and I hadn't commenced to
water their milk yet."
SntONO BEAltl). Three brothers bearing
n remarkable resemblance to each other, re
cently went into tlio same barber' shop, and
'on thesnmo day to bo shaved ouo in tho
lnornlng, tho other at noon, and tho third at
night. W'heti the hut one appeared, the
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irazor in astonishment, and exclaimed: "Veil
dat man has do fashtest beard I never saw I
I shaves him dis mornin', shaves him at
dinner-times, nnd he comes back now, mit
his beard so long as it never vnsh."
A poor curate sent his servant to a chand
ler's shop, kept by one Paul, for bacon and
eggs, for his Sunday dinner, on credit. This
being refined the dam.iel,:w she had nothing
to cook thought she might us well go to
church; and entered in her master, in tho
midst of his discourse, referring to tho
apostle, repeated; "What says Paul?"
The good woman, supposing tho question
addressed to her, answered: "Paul says,
sir, that he'll give you no moro trust till you
pay your old bcore.'1
A Connecticut expressman's account ot
his experience in a recent railroad accident:
'i was pitched against tlio safe. I scram
bled up with the other fellows, and then I
missed something, and exclaimed, '.Ml is
lost.' 'What's lost. inquired tho brako
man. 'Why, my ear. I always thought
that I ohould lose one of 'em some day.'
Then I looked up and saw it hanging from u
hook where my head was plunged, and then
I reached out and unhung it, and by
thunder it wasn't my ear,but my canvass ex
The following specimen of English pure
and undrfiled is from tho Liverpool Times :
"A doctor was lately summoned to a cottage
at Hardwood, in Teasdale, and found a boy
in need of his services. 'Put out your tongue'
said the doctor. The boy stared like an
owl. 'My good boy,' requested tne medical
mini, 'let me see your tongue ' "Talk Kii
gMsh, doctor,' said tlio mother; and then,
turning to her son, sbo said: 'lloppcn thy
gobbler, and put out thy lnlliker.' The boy
rolled out lii: tongue in a moment.''
When Louis Philippo was staying at tho
Star and Garter, Kichinond, he walked one
day by himself to Twickenham, lor tho pur
pose, as he Mild, of seeing some of the old
tradesman who had served him when ho rc
sided there. As ho passed along the road a
man met linn, pulled oil' his hat and hoped
his royal highness was well. "What's your
name ?" inquired the king. "What were
you when I lived hero?" "Please, your
royal highness," replied tho man, "I kept
the 'Crown,'" meaning an ale-house close to
the entrance of Orleans House. "Did you,
indeed," said Louis. "Why, my dear fel
low, you did what I was unable to do."
American I'otntnrs In Knglaml.
Dr. Musters la frankly forward In his
Gunkncr'i Ciionicle with n complimentary
but doubtless deserved appreciation of
American potatoes. They are said to pos
sess "certain peculiarities of character that
constiluto almost a distinct class," and It la
admitted that they have to somo extent su
perseded "old established favorites." They
are desciibed as quickly attaining maturity,
and they continue fit for uso "for n great
length of time." The tuber nro mostly
large and very handsome, nml tho varieties
may nil be termed enormous croppers. The
whiteness of tho ileal. Is also remarkablo,
and lu most cases they aro very floury when
cooked, and of excellent quality. On this
point however, there Is somo divergence of
opinion somo soils mid somo seasons ap
pearing to bo more f.ivorablo for their de
velopment than other), Tho character of
haulm Is also quito distinct, the foliage be
ing large, broad, pale green, and ripening
nlf early. Dr. Masters regrets his Inability
to add that they are not subject to diseases.
Tho "Late Uom" is mentioned as worthy
of particular praio "an mormons crop
per, frequently producing tubers from eight
to 10 or 12 Inches In length mid unlike
most other largo potatoes, the whole is usa
ble. Tho skin is pale red or rose, tho flesh
pure white very dry and floury, nnd of ex
cellent quality." It is further said that this
is a great improvement on, und must not be
confounded with, the American Early Hoso
ot previous introduction. Tho Lxtra Karly
Vermont is also particularly praised as u
"potato of tho same character but much ear
lier and of dwarfer habit, quality excellent,"
Urownell's He.iuty is properly named being
"one of tho most beautifully colored red po
tatoes we have seen" while its more substan
tial merits are equally well defined. Of tho
white-skinned American, varieties the more
noticeable ard the Climax nud lireese's Pro
lific, "the latter a very beautiful variety and
both great croppers and of tiuo quality, lie
fcrenco is then made, and descriptions given
of several new sorts of home growth, "which
stand up in defence of our own country
against our trans-Atlantic cousins," and
which aro "'reaping laurels fast," and it is
added in conclusion that "in the English
wo have perhaps a little filer quality, and
tubers more suited for a gentleman's table ;
but in tho American sorts we have undoubt
edly far heavier cropping properties com
bined with fair average quality at least,
which will render them very popular wher
ever crop is an object."
The Meniijic American says: The point
to which we now call attention is, that our
farmers and fruitgrowers are ignorant of
the importance ot wood ashes as a vegeta.
blc stimulant and a lending constituent of
plants Even coal ashes, now thrown away
as Useless, have been shown both by exper
iment and analysis to possess a fair share ot
alkaline value. Wo will relate only one
experiment. Some twenty five years ago
we trcatedan old pippin tree as follows; Tlio
hollow to the height of eight feet, was fill
ed ami rammed with a composite of wood
ashes, garden mould, and n little waste limo
(carbonate.) The filling was securely fas
tened in by boards. The next year the
crop of sound fruit was sixteen bushels from
an old shell of a trco that had borno noth
ing of any account for some time, and for
seventeen years after tho filling of tho old
pippin tree it continued to flourish and bear
Time for Pnu.Nixa. In 1SCC, says a cor
respondent of tho Gardener' Monthly, I had
a young orchard that I began to prune in
February, and continued at intervals till
August and those pruned in June did bet
ter, healed over sooner, than any pruned
either before or alter that period. In 1871
I began to renovate an orchard ten years old
that had been trained according to tho ab
surd fashion of low heads which prevailed
at that time. It took a great deal of cut
ting and trimming; the result was that
every wound made in June tho time tlio
work was done began at once to heal over,
and by tho time growth stopped in the fall,
every place where a branch had been cut
oil hail a beautiful ring of new bark and
wood, of from one-third to one-half inch in
width nil around it, and still they are doing
1' 0 It
Buckwheat nnd Full Crops
I COMPLETE , I
Lf . II lllllmrh.
I LEHIGH VALLEY
l"ur ever 1n ears this brand lias lickl It reputa
tion In contact, with many competing fertilizers.
ONI! (lUAUi: ONLY.
No variety of names with nccomtnoilatlng scald of
lly farmers' clubs, agriculturists, planters anil
FOll SALE BY
A. .t. Aluerlson, ltohrstmrg.
II. I- neav, unpen.
.1. II. Seesholtr, Catnwlssa.
l'rens Pros., lierwlck.
K Thompson, . Danville.
(', V. Woddron, lllverstdo.
The following testluunl.il was received several
Al'AHMKR.S Cl.l'II 11KC0HMF.NP.1 THE COMl'I.CTR IlOSB
JUNCllK ASTIIK BEST 1 EKTILIZKK IN UN.
rtrecnwooil, Columbia Co., Oct 15th.
Mi.snru. IlitKis-tii llM.vinnt.
Uentlemeu : We, the undersigned, having used
jour complete lionu .Manure hid past, season, pro
em eil of j our agent, A I. Allierlsun, hereby umrin
It. to Mi the Dost lerinuer in use. e uiuy recom
mend It to funnels, fur It Is all that jou claim lor It.
W7I.I.I M I'NlinMI.K.MATllMt, JOHN STANTON,
A. i)iti:ini.i:ri;iN, ouo. ihiuon, a. . taiuman.
Juue it, 'To. -am.
VtJLOAN IRON WORKS
DANVILLE, MONTOUIt COUNTr, I'A.
"VII.LtAM 11. LAW, Manufacturer of
Wrought Iron Ilrldges, Hollers, (lushoMor,
Klreproof Ihulillngs, Wrought Iron Itooilng, ltoottlng
I'riunos, Flooring and Doors, Farm dales and Kcnc
ng, also w rougm iron ripmg, mocks ana an Kinus
ot Hii)th Work, tic. Ilcpulrs promptly attended to
N. II. Drawings and Estimates supplied.
oet. 8, 1875-tf
rpo Till: Al'VMCTHt) AND UNTOHTtJ.
1 NATB. Thero Isno ilnssot discuses that re
quire, more experience, to treat successfully th.in
tliosn nf n private character. .Many irtijsldans sup
pose that w lieu the pi Unary sjinptems aro removed,
the disorder or poison has been oiercome. Huelils
not the ease, 'llio iliniculllcs. or Iho vailous suiges
of the disease nro then to succeed. Tho parts nrst
nil ucked aro Hut throat, noso, mouth, tongue, sktn,
i cimiHi'.. uuui'n. nmin'ii ui ciiir.. . 1 1..( uv-
Iv thesusviniiluins am floated liv nhtslchins assltn
pie ulcerations, until Rome of tho Important organs
of tho iKMly beeoino Involved, when iientli relieves
the sutTerer. lilt. II. w. 1,01111, Having inado an pn
vato diseases n study, guarantees a speedy and per
manent euro tilth purely vegetable inodlcfncs. .Med
leal onicesnnd drugstore, No. Ml North Fifteenth
street. Hours, lo till 1.50 and 6 to 8 p. m.
March IT, TO-ty.
J. II. KNITTt.L'.
W. II. AllBOTT
Important to Farmers.
and ever body ,ln want ot
LIMB, LUMBER, AND COAL.
Wo have erected kilns at or near tho I'apcr Mill, on
tlio I). II. A' W. It. It. nud nro now prepared toselt
llmoatvery reasonable prices and of good quality,
orders by the ear promptly Idled and shipped to
any station on the atwi o road.
A full lino of H'.MIiKIt, or all kinds, dressed
or In the rough, Shlng.es, Lath and
bill 'l linker to which we lni Ito
tho attention of customers.
Orders received and filled for nil kinds of FlMII.v
ivy strict attention to business wo uopo to merit a
share of public patronage.
lV.Jlll.11. it AlU.l'l r,
Arrll 21 , 1STC- Catnivlssu, l'a.
Centennial Prices. 1876.
PLANTS HY MAIL,
Tostpatd to any address In the United States.
For 80 cts. 1 New (leranlum, doublo orslrgle.
yt i cis. v inner v aneiics,
so cts. 1 tieranliim, 1 Ager.ttum. 1 Coleus, 1 Ver-
bena. 1 Sage, l Fuehla.
f l.oo, 2 Agemtum. t (leranlum, a Sages, 2 Colous,
Heliotrope, 4 Verbenas.
lly express, box and packing free, for iS.oo.
SKCUKIC AN AUKNCY
nml sJ.IO or $100 ltr link.
"The ever remit und new. ouf vf order."
For Domestic Use.
With Tablo and Fixtures ComDloto,
A peifect and unequalled, large, strong and dura-
OIO niauunc, eoubirueieu eu'Kuui, nun boiiu, iiuiumu
lic-a material i uu m.itucuKiiietu pi region, lor con
kimt f.iiiiiii' mo nr manufacturing nurnosos. Al
ways leady ut a moment's notice to do Its daj's
VlurK, never out Ol uruur, mm ivm umi, u Kcui-runuii
Willi moucraiu euro; einy in uiiucipiuiiu uuu niuu
cgei light, smooth, and siiltt ruimlr,g, llko ihu viell
r. iriibiiwl movement of it line natch: Mninlo eom-
niiet, eillelent una reliable, vvltlialltliu Improvements
to be found In the highest priced mncliiiics,warrtint
cd to do the same nork. the same way, nnd as rapid
and smooth us a f-75 machine. Aiiacknovvlcdgedtrl
uinph ot Ingenious mechanical skill, essentially the
Working viomnil s Ult--.iu, mm uu in uu.uiii.uui iiii
ordinal v ma"hluts Tor iibMdute sti ength, rcll.iblltlv
imdgener.il usefulness; villi hem, fell, tuck, seam,
.mil. i.lml. braid, cord. "uUicr. runie. shtir. nhilt.
fold, scallop, roll, embroliliT, luniip breadths. Arc.,
vi 1th m onderful rapidity, neatness und ease.sews the
strongest Iatlng stlieh eriually lli.e and smooth
ilir,ji''h ull kinds ot l-ooiU. from cambric to several
thicknesses nf broadcloth rr leather, with line or
euuiso cotton, linen, silk or tvilne. (lives perffet
sallsraetton. win earn its (oh several nines over in
a sca-scu In the v.orl; It does, or make it good living
r.ir nt.v nut n nr v.-otmin who ilu.ilrcs to Hie It for that
purpose; viorksso faithful and easy the servants
oi children van use It without damage. I'llco or ma
chine with light table, full equipped for family work
im Half cose, cover,-ldo draw vis mid cabinet st)lcs
each ar, cninsponuingiy ion niif. cjiu ueiuerj
i-imr.ir.ti'i'd. fu-o front damaee. Kxnlivnatory nam-
lihlets lllustiuted with engravings of the several
.n h's or nnirhtiios rfton-Li es. varlttv of sew liur.&c.
rtalled tiee. t'oidldtnthil terms wllh liberal lnduci--liieiits
toenteipilsliigclergjinen, teachers, business
men, traveling orioeiu ugeoi, ai-., who ui-niu ii
12 Verbjuas, In variety. 12
o (ierantums, " 2
0 Coleus, ' 2
0 Sages, " a
Agerutums, " 2
4 Heliotropes, " i
1 Houvordias, 2
2 llegoulas, 1
1 Hose, 2
1 lathtanas, 2
Orders received for Trees, Shrubs and Evergreens.
Cash to accompany nil orders.
lllvcrslde, Norlh'd Co. l'o.
1 if ill
TOPS METAL '
John II. Keudnll i: Co., cao Uroadnay, New York,
elusive agencies, furnished
inn u. hcuuuu
Jlay 6,'7i 12ui.
Tun Riuur Shut of Com.hctohs. Two
Cdustouks, inuntbers of a certain church in
the city, were appointed a eniiiuiilteo to col
lect subscriptions to a certain amount. One
of the men being ollicially notified of his
appointment, hunted up his partner and told
him what they were expected lo do. This
last mentioned half of the committee stood
aghast. "What are we to do about tho mat
ter?"saidhe. "Vell, I'll tell you what I
shall do I shall just go into the bank hero
and draw a check for ruy half of the sum we
are expected to raise." "Goodl I never
thought of that I shall do the same," said
the other, his countenance showing signs of
relief. The pair went Into the bank and
drew their checks for tho amount they wero
expected to raise and the trouble was ull
Savk tiiu Soai'sud.s. However deplo.
ruble washing day may bo to the household-
(and the careful house mistress or tidy maid
has it in her power to greatly modify its (lis
comforts,) to the garden it is a very beauti
ful day. Our hungry and thirsty f grape
vines auu nowers are giuu oi overy urop oi
water, and will repay every bit of of fatigue
it may cost to give them the fertilizer. It
the sun is shining hot when wo goout to (lis
peuse our favor, it is best tu dig a slight
trench not far from the root ot the plant.
and pour the water in it, and cover again
with tho top soil, This makes the water
go further, und at the same time docs not
tempt the rootlets to the surfaoo of the
cround. Duteie$ Farmer, ,
KEYSTONE PRINTING INK CO.
Bool: and News Black a Specialty,
135 North Thikd Struct,
Our Inks are ot a surperlor quality, being mado
from the best ingredients and under Uio peisonal
supervision ot a practical printer and pressman,
therefore wo will guarantee every pound of ink sola
to boot It SUl'KIilOU JET 111.ACK, O.UICK DHV-
NO.ANU ENTIUIXY 1'ltlX FOM SEPTING-OFF.
Our prices are from no TO CO l'HIt CKNT. LOWT.lt
than any uther Inks manufactured Ui Iho United
A trial of a sample keg will convince any pi Inter
that hu has been pajlng nearly doub'o what ho
Should for his Inks In times past, l'utupln kegs
and barrels to suit purchasers. Address,
KEYSTONK 1'ItlNTING INK CO.,
135 NOKTII THIltD STREET,
Jllty 19, 'Jli - l'MIUDflJUU, I'A.
A a .
((eg rnmr JABsrYil
ViSfl- ioii rJ, a
COHANSLY GLASS MFG CO.
MFR'S WINDOW GLASS, BOTTLES &C.
PHIL A O CtH H I A
jVEW STOCK OP CLOTHINU.
Goutlomou'o Dxosb Goods.
Invites attention to his largoandeleKant stock
Cheap ana Fashionable ClDtliii,
at bis storo on;
MAIN 8TI1HKT, IN Tlin NEW BLOCK,
whero bo has Just received from New York and Phil.
adclphta a tult assortment ot
MEN'S AND BOYS CLOTHING,
tncludlnif the most fashionable, durablo and'
GRAND OPENING !
HAVING resumed the business of Mcrclian
dlselnc at his old storo, on
JIA1N STJtUUT, llLOOMSHUllO,
MEill TUB I'OIIIS HOTEL,
Desires to call tho attention of his Friends and tho
NHW, FUI.fi AND VAIIIKD
STOCK OF GOODS,
And solicits ashaio of public patronago
HIS STOCK CONSISTS OF
BOOTS A SHOES,
TLOUlt AND FEED
AND OIL OLOTII,
COATS AND PANTS,
OFALLSOUTS SIZK3AND COLOUS,
Ho has also replenished his already large stock of
CLOTHS AND CASSIMEKBS,
5 til UTS,
Prof. Marsh Is as good a judge of idols as
he Is of army blankets. Mr. Ilarnunt re
cently left a lot of Central American idols
that he had used in ono of his shows with
n New Haven merchant to sell, und Prof.
Mursh bought them for $150, Mr, JJarn-
uin, not knowing what had happened, met
the Professor ouo day, nud said that he had
a lot of idols for sale that cost, him $1,600,
but "the fact is," said Mr. Itanium, "that,
tho first day alter their arrival in iew J lav
en, some fellow camo In ami offered the man
in whose charge they were left $150 for the
whole collection, und got them." 'I am
tho fellow," said Prof, Marsh; nud he thinks
the idols are worth far more than they cost
Discouiuai'.D at Last, As a Cass ave
nue car started norm yesterday u young
man with long hair slicked back over promt
nent ears, placed his hat on the seat beside,
him and began singing "Captain Jinks."
lie hud ended the first verse when the driver
looked in und said :
"You can't dug such songs on this car,'
Tho young man put on hUliat,tralghtud
up, aud niter a moment struck off on a very
solemn hymn. At the end of the third Hue
(he ilflvvr locked in and said i
"You onii't sli'i? 011 thh crw
vJ'ltt young syi as If to go out, but
halted, t duwu and Iwuu, whittling a live
jy alr keeping time on llio op yli Ills
"Won't y stop that nolsof" slioutcil
the driver, looking in for the third time.
"Yes, I will i und J'U Kt oil" the cur, tu
boot I" replied the mun, "I've tried ever)
vy to please, but I seel huyupply thrown
time away I Qintme back (beta 0 Wilts ("
J)chvit Irce JYcv.
THE CHICAGO & NOIlTH-WlSTlUtX RAILWAY
Embraces under ono management the Oreat Trunk
Hallway Lines of tho WEST and NOIlTII.VEST,and,
vv Itti Its numerous nrunehes and connections, tonns
tho shortest and qulckett route between Chicago
nnd ull points In Illinois, Wisconsin, Khiitiu.bn
.VUClllOAN, JVIINNhSiOTA, IOWA, iS LUHAsK A, ItllllOmia
and tho Western Territories. Its
Omaha and California B.lnc
Is the shortest and best route for all points In north
ern Illinois, Iowa, Dakota, .N'lbiiiska, Wjomlni;,
Colorado, Nevada, Utah, Cuitfornla, Oregon, China,
.lujiau unu .Misiraua. jis
Chicago, .llatlison Cl St. Paul Line
Is tho short lino for Northern Wisconsin nnd Mlnno-
houi, nuu ior .viuuison, hi. fain, Jiinneupoiis.uulutii,
and all points tu the great Not th-vv est. Its
IVliionu anil St. I'eter Line
Is tho only route for Winona, Hochestcr, Owatcnua,
.Mankato, Ht. I'eter, New I'ltu, and all points In
toutheru and central JllnnciOla. Its
Green Itay and .1Iai(iucttc Line
Is tho only line for. fanesv Hie, Watertown, FondDu
Lac, Oshkueh, Apple ton, tireen Bay, lcunaba, Ne
gaunee, Marquette, Houghton, Hancock und the
i,uikii superior ouuuiry. im
Frecitort nnd Siibuque Line
Is tho only routo for Elgin. Iiuekford. Freenort. and
I Ull JIU.. VO .11. Ill VJWl 1. HO
Chicago and IHiUvaiiUcc Line
Is the old Lako Shore Iloutc. and Is tho only one
Uiko Forest, Highland
Ho has constantly on hand a large and wolt select
ed assortment ot
Cloths and Veatings,
which ho Is prepared to make to order Into any kind
of clothing, on very short notice, and in tho best
manner. All his clothing Is made to wear and most
ot it Is of homo manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
OF EVEilY DESCIUITION, 1'INE AND CHltAF.
HIS CASE OF JEWELRY IS NOT SUHl'ABSED IN
'JALL AND EXAMINE IHS GENERAL ASSORT
DAVID LO WEN BERG.
Home-Made Svuur. A recipo for syrup
to take tho .place of molasses, whicli many
dislike to use, is as follows : Take six quarts
of sugar, add ttiree quarts of water nnd ono
teaspoouful of salt ; dissolve over u slow firo
until it becomes a syrup, which takes from
three to four hours ; then put tho white oi
one egg ijto a half a teacup of water, beat
it to a froth: bring the syrup to it boil;
hold the egg some distance above the ket
tle and stir in slowly; skim oil" und strain
through a cloth whilo warm, Cure must bo
taken not to cook it too much us it will can
dy. Still It must be cooked enough or it
will have u raw taste. It is made very
much ulcer by using part white uud part
MONTOUR SLATE PAINTS.
, passing through Kvanston, Laku l'oreht, Hlghl.i
Strictly Pure White Lead Waukegan, ltaelne, KenosliatoSlliwaukee.
MONTOUR WHITE LEAD
MONTOUR METALI.C BROWN.
I'litlnian 1'a'ato Cain
All of which are guaranteed to bo ground lu
PURE LINSEED OIL.
SEXU J-OB HiUl'LE I'AIID AND 1'lllCE LIST, OIIATIS.
HENRY S. RKAY,
Also, finely ground Bone Dust and com
plete Bono Mun ure for sale in quantities to
May 5. Jil.-ly,
COUNTER.PLATF0RM WAGON SJRACK
OXs AGENTS WANTED-eX;
SEND roi PIICE LIST
MARVIN SAFE iSCALE CO.
(265 BROADWAY N. Y.
121 CHESTNUT ST. PIIILA.PA.
108 BAN K ST.CLEV E .0.
March 31, 70,-ly.
THE TKlUaiPH TEUSS CO
Swink IN I'ENS. Swine kept in pens dur
ing the summer should have it chance to get
at the earth, und be provided with u wutcr
trough of sullicient sUe to ullow the hogs to
wallow. Keep the pens sweet und clean,
as on them depends much of the prosperity
of the hogs, although they ure generally
considered filthy animals. Vegetable mut
ter should bo given daily. It is u good plan,
when needing the garden, to throw pursluy,
pig weeds etc., Into the pen, Cuurcoal uud
forest leaves, ur fine cut straw, iuko u good
deodorent and ulto.rV.ent for the s'y.
Tut Vai.vu op Staui.ii Mani-uuIh
lS)7a lav manure inude by 726 hoiwi bolouu
lug to Die Vhiludolphltv .tveot u.u utahlet
wus sold nt publiw m)q ut ftap.l $i tu $l(J
per hurse. Borne lots old ut $15 per homo
ut private rule. The uverage nuiouut pro.
vVwl v,v a ll,jr"u I'"' yi'r was live tons. A
lvil uf U wmtv us dellvrel from the
stuWos lueiwurvd, idiuut vvvWysU cuhiu
The allium! more fumillurly known its the
potato bug has presented itself for cxaminu
t,ion and axteirninaUon.
l'ersonsdoseiing to take out l'atcnts, or (loslrlntr
Information tiom tho UnlteU states Patent (mite, man cars lo .Missouri Valley Junction.
mouiu consult r. A. l.EilsiANN.MuciTon ar Aiitut.
can anu rOKSidM Taiiims, Wuslilngtoii, D. v. Ex
aminations free. NO PATENT NO PAY. Kena for
Juno t, ,T0.-lm.
OTICi: TO LADIES.
'Iho subscriber has taken tho Jlllltnery Storo
formerly oeciii.lcil by i-uruhc'. Ale. oiumlnMreil,
llloouisburg whero she U1 bu haimv to mi lur
friends i uu the laities of the Counli teiierully. A W. II. HTKNNLTr,
juii biMn oi Miuiuery uoikis on liaml ami at reivsona-
uiciuiua, juim runny rituer, will uiteuil to trim.
.7...' . KUIA KIJSTJilt.
are run on all through trains of this road.
This is tho only link runnitiL' tneso cars be.
tvveen ChlcaL'o and St. 1'aul.ChlcaL'O ami Mllwautie.
or Chicago and vvinoun.
At umaua our bit'ouors loiiuccl Willi mo ovcriana
sleepers on tho Hi Imi I'ncinc :tallroud lor all points
west ot too .Missouri river.
(in llio arrival of tlio trains from tho east or south
the trains of tho Chicago a North-Western Hallway
leave Chicago as follows
f Oll COUNCIL llLUtrs, (IUA11A AND UAI.IFOIINIA, TWO
tniougu trams uauy. wun I'liuuian naiaeuiirawing
room uud sleeping cars throueh to Council Ulutls.
Kok St 1'Ait.ANuiliNNKAi'ous, two through trains
dally, with Pullman palace cars attached to both
Kuu (jiickv hay am i.akk sci Eiuoii. two trams
dully, wllh Pullman pahieo ears uttached, und run
Ulug thiough to Mariiuette,
luu MiLWAUKbv, four through trains dally, Pull
man ears on night trains, parlur chair curs on day
Ion SrAiiTA anii Winona ntul points III Sllntiosota.
onuthiougU truln dally, with Pullman slecpcistu
inn iifutiqt'K, via l ueport, two through trains
il.illy, with Pullman curs on night trains.
l'ou Inuuiiee anu La t'no-jsi:, via Clinton, two
through trains dally, with Pullman cms on night
train tu Mc(lrt"'or. Iowa.
l'ou kioux City and Yankton, two trains dally,Pull'
.in tula io .umuuii ouiioy i,mii:ioii.
Foil l.AKH (iKNEVA. fOUr IralllS llilll V,
I'OH liOCKMlllU, Ml HI IMI, KKSUSIIA, JAKESVII I K,
and olher potuls,v uu can hav e fi om two to ten trains
New York onico, No 15 llroadwayj lloston onicc,
SbtutabUeet; Omaha unite, ii's Parnhuui btrret;
Kau I'raiiclseo omee, ml .Montgomerj btnet: Chica
go ticket unices t oi ( lark btieet, under Sherman
House; corner Canal anil Madison bfreets; Kliilo
Ntreet depot, corner W, Klntlo and canal Mrtets;
Wells hlriet tU'jiOt, coiner Wells und Kliuito t-trtlts.
for rules or li.formiitlon not attalnablu Irani jour
homo ticket agents, uppl to
(Jen, 1'a.vs. At t, Chicago,
I? OR SALE!
400 ACRES OP COAL LAND
ln WV. Cre.,)c kM. VW'Hjir Crttk Townslilps.
lu Uoluitibla county, und on u itbT.ut i,,.,. nii,.j ,','..,
liv i wl, t. t luA U well HmU-itd ana u lurgii wiu
Of l'0i uoen on kitd tiroiicrtv. '
For uruvs and cundufuus ot tale, uaarwiioroail
AprUSll.-Wi, wuvtvusire, lit.
h'l'ljo Jiubserlber Is now pieiunsl torveiho lioarders
J.. ... .1... . .. . t . . . " ' I ..
iivoci.i vuoii'uuiiiueiiiuiorts u a iijlvaioliuiue.
Vi . ; T " "". j. ii. tvi.inur.ii.
ilav i, ftt.-if. Itoailug cmk, Pa,
giyuduyothome. Agents wanted. Outfit and
Silverware, AYtttcliCB and Jewelry
Ladles' and Qentlemeu's Odd and btlvtr Wdtohes.
cl Amortosu and fortlu lannutacture.
Silver nnd Plated Ware, Clocks.
FINE .JKWEUIY, &0.( AO,
REPAIRING AND KNGUAVJNQ
tx t.s.vv W
Mfl-I KU IIKAIIS,
llml'KliM II' All
Neatly and Cheaply priutcd ut the Uoluin
No. 334 llovvery, NewY'otk,
TO W IIOM WAS AWAIIDLD TH
Best Elastic Trass and Snprler
At the grmt A incrlcan luttltute Pair
C't'UE Kl lTlllKIN Fl.OM SO TO 91 DAVS, AND Ot FEIC
tl.dfo kok a Case Tiiev Cannot ccmb.
1 hey employ a flist-elass Lady hurgeon. Teimn
moderate, cuiisiiuiirantied. 1 he usual discounts
to Patrons ot Husbandry. L'xiunliiutlons inn.
orders Ulled by n ull. bi nd ten cents for Di bcrliillvo
Hook, lo Dr. C. W. II. Itl'IINllASI.
jiur. s, 'iiii-iy, ueneriu Kuiieriuienueiii.
In connection with his stock of Sltrcnandlso ho
consunlly keeps on hand In his yard.
A FULL STOCK OV
AND SHINGLES OF HIS MANUFACTiME,
Bill Lumber made n speciality..
CALL AND SEE.
4 ( fffl'J
T. L. GT7NTON, Proprietor,
MAIN STItEKT, I1E1.0W MAI1KKT.
Manufacturer of and Heater in all limit of
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WOBKS
We uso tho best AMEKICAN and ITA II AN Mill tile.
Ilo has on hand and furnishes to cdr
UllNS, VASES, Ac.
Everv varletv ot Marble cutting neatly executed at
the lowest market prices.
A long juaeiicii expcriencf ami personal in icm iuii
to business makes the proprietor contldent of giving
satisfaction. All orders by mall promptly attended
to. P. o. box ivi.
CiSy-iV. II. II or delivered free of ciure."TjjH
Aug. 21, '74-ly. T. I. OUNTON, Proprietor.
NEW GOODS !
A HEAVY STOCK,
GZioapcx than Evcrl
S. 11, MILLER & SON
Have Just, llcccivcd
tho largest nnd host supply ot
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE
They have over offered to their friends and cus
(jlotlis, Ossimeres, and Satinotts
for MEN'S WEAK,
Cloths, Alapacas, Mcriuos,
for LADIES' WEAK,
CALICOES, MUSLIN'S, UAMIilUCS,
ntul every variety of Dry Goods desired,
Carpoto, Mats, Ottomans,
CLOSED OUT AT COST
InelndiiiB nil tlio varieties of
COl'TEKS, TEAS and SUOAKS,
and a general supply of article? useful for the
table always on hand.
CALL AND SEE.
Country produce of all kinds taken In cx
change for Roods at cash prices.
RAIL R.OAD TIMETABLES
)1IILA1)EL1'11A AND HEADING KOAD
AKKANGEMENT OP 1'ASSEiSUElt
Til A INS.
WAV tt, lSIo.
TIIAINS 1.BAT11 lttTERT AS roI.IOWS (St'NPAYKXCKrTRD
For Now. Vork, Philadelphia, Heading, Pottsvlllo
Tninanun, c, 11,33 n. m
l'or Catavv Issa, 11,33 u. in. and t.bo p. m.
For Vlllliirasport,0,84 a. in. nnd 4,00 p. m.
MAINS roil KUrKBT IXAV AS FOLLOWS, (SUNDAY XX
Leavo Now York, 8,4? a. in.
Leave Philadelphia, 9,15 a. m.
Leave Heading, 11,3 .n. m., Pottsvllle, 18,10 p. m
and Tamaqua, 1,80 p. tn.
Loavu Catavvlssa, 0,23 a. m. and 4,00 p. in.
Leavo Willlamspurt ,12,00 m. and 5,00 p, m.
Passengers i,d from New York and Phllado
phla go througu u tthout change ot cars.
J. H. WOOTTUN,
Jan.U, HKl-tf. General Superintendent.
yyAlNWUIGHT & CO.,
N. E. Corner Secondand Arch Strecis,
TBA8, SYltUPS, COrFEE, SUOAIt, MOLASSES
RICK, SPICES, DICAHB SODA, 4C, C.
MOrders will receive prompi attention.
ROLLINS & HOLMES
"EMPEROK WILLIAM" CAIIBAOE.
The host, larRebt and most prolltnMu variety of
v Inter eablpnge known In Lurope, and Imported to
mil coiiiiiry OAeiuMvei.v iiv ui last spring, vv nere,
vi Ith tho most ordinary cultivation. It ilouilslies as.
tonlshlnifly, iittnlnlni; an eiionuoiisslzo nnd selling
In llio iiintket at (irleis most trrallfjliji; to tho pro
dueei. ln trnnsplantliu.'. irreat euro sliouhl lio taken
to fctvo Milllcltnt space for crow I h. olld heads, tho
sl7oof the moutliof n Hour barrel. Is tho uveraco
run oi mis i oiuee vur er.v, unu imckaire or tne seei.
sent post paid on receipt of 5 1 cents. Three pack
n),TBiuuiitiuuuiuM,ti,uu, iougems taper ut
and 4. tin e c cent stumps
IfWIth each Packairo of eeeil wo Mind a sure
remedy nk'nlnst tho ravat'csct tho esbhago lly or
oiut-r peal, on jounfr auu tenner plants.
MAMMOTH GOLIAII INDIAN CORN.
Wo .Planted last snrln? on Loin' Island, a tinall
unnl'lv (vvhli'll VVP ulitnlnprl ultli frrnnt. ilHlli'iiltvlnr
luisKiKiiiiio; iiini ui jot vtry rare variety oi inuian
on . in sn'ic hit. ov actual ineasurt'iiipiii. iiarro
nolorltyof tho Malks stood frcm IS to 10 lectin
height, nnd sllll prow In", with from 1 to 5 enormous
ai s or coi n growing 011 almost cv cry stalk.
The 5 leld vv as at Hie rate of 200 bushels of earcorn
per acre, while the fodder crop was Immense und of
Wo could have sold the entire cronforn hlernrlce
to a New York seedsman, but deelliiod to do so. ure.
ferrlm; to keep the crop for tho accommodation of
0111 nuineious country pntions, vho will nnd It
to lutiriiueresis 10 secure at least a tmau selection
or this rare variety for the coming spring planting.
Lit a agilculturlsls. who believe In "i'UciiiiiN(i"ivIih
11 small 1'i.oenn cultlva'ors nro poor things,) both
wnj s between tho row s vv III be astounded by the re
sult. Wo will bend by mall to nny address 1 package
oil rt'ct'ijiL 01 o reins uuu t unco cent hiiuops, or
liucKimes on icociui, 01 i unu iiireo cent siamus.
tefoursumilv Is limited. Parties dL'sliliur to se
cure either ot the nbove raro seeds bhould not aelay
tneir orueis. ah seou som uy us vvurranteu iresu
and to geiintnatu No goods sent o. o. 11. Cash
must nceomrany all eiders, l'or either ot above
-i:li. olaiie s co.,
1'eblS-Cm. 224 East U3th St., N. Y.
on and after November 20th, 1SI3, trains will leavo
SUNHUUY as follows!
Erie Jfall ts.2t it. in,, arrlvelllmlra 11. Mi a. in
" Caiiandalgsa... 3.85p.m
Hochestcr s.10 "
Magura 0 40 "
Itenovo accommodallonll.ioa. id. arrtvo Williams
rt 12.es p. in.
Elmlra -Ma 4.16 n. tn., urrtro Etmlra 10.20 a, m.
Buffalo Express 7.15 a. ni. arrlv 0 Iiutfalo 8.50 a. in.
Dunalo Express .to a. m. arrlv e llarrlsburg 4.M a. m
" liatllmorcs.40 "
Elmlra Hall 11.13 a. in., arrlvo llarrlsburg 1.60 p. m
" Washington lo.so
" llalllmoro 0.30 "
" Washington S.S0 "
Harrtsburg uccoinmodatlon 8.40 p.m. arrlvo Harris
burg l,so p. tn.
arrlvo Haltlmoro 2.23 n. m
" Washington 0.13 "
Erto Hall 12.53 a. m. arrive Harrlsburg 3.es a. m.
" Haltlincro8.l0 "
" Washington 10.C3 "
All dally except Sunday.
r. M. HO YD, Jr., tlcncral Pabsengcr Agent
A. J. CASS ATT, fleueral .Manager
No. 17 Centro Stro
Plmiita Gas anil Sifiam Fitters
JL? X 1ST XKT -A. Hrl E3
UALVANIZCn IltON' COHNICE,
Wiro Trellises. Ac. Dealers in Stoves, KaiiL'
es, I'urnaees, Daltimoro Heaters, Low Dawn
Urates, Mutitcls, l'UJIl'K, Weatlicr strips,
tVC. . ISO
of the Intent rtrsten. Special attention nald lo re
pairing tcn mg .Mat hints cf every dcsctlptlon.sculei,
l.i i ts. 1:111 ihiinMiM- KivHttliiL-. Ac. I'liruto Itesl-
deuces Hented byl-teamnt itsuiull cest above Hot
.tir, rcu. xo, n.
TKItMS: Actual travellhg-, boarding., anil other
enses; live uouu
I ten cents n foil
out Into long hand
expenses; live dollurs a besslun, for tnklngtho report!
1111 1 ten ceuisn 10110, ( nunuieu worus, ) tor writing
Whero the matter renorted In ono duv eiiuals or
exceeds lifty folios, the tlve-doil.ir feo will bo reuiltu
ed, and thu transcribing Into loiig-hund cliargeil ut
lilti-en cents a folio; but, 'n till such roses, If fewer
than hfty folios aro purchased, tho tiro dullais will
Address, H. '. walker, A. JI. , Coitrl-stenff,'.
nipher, liloomsburg, ColumbU couuty, peuusjlvu
11U. IteFldencc. Iron tticct, Letween Thlnl nnd
Olllce. With E. E. Orv U, Esij. , Columblan-hi lid.
Ing; cutriinco.oppoilto tho east gate to tho court
house uid, in tt Moor, llrst doorto right,
onice-hour, frouCtvvelvo to one o'clock.
eb 18, lS70-ly
Tlio Tii Street Indicator.
THIS WEEK'S ISSUE SENT Kit EE.
Contulns Plctoilal lllustiatlona of Dulls und Hears.
Also, full ur.d complete Inslruetloiis how to oinruta
iu oiuths unu riutK rrivneL'CM. caoiiai 11 iinn.
sugge&tious. Also, a list
st j.at. u iirb .aiuuuiti i reuiiuiiis ui
"Send for It."
IIL'CKVV ALTKlt CO.. llillit.n anil tlrr,Vr,ra
1'. o, Hox 4JIT. 10 WU bt,,Xtv ork City,
Mar, II, Tt.-ly '
T'lTTu Hotdlln Oram
Oranirovllle, Columbia cotitty.Pn.
John Hnj'der.la to Ui lot for the ; t ur U-eu.r.uTAr-lu
FAMILY MEDICINE CASES.
And books tivlng plult und contisu dUrilkvai for
Ihilr uso u if, 1110 a imVM.lty in every uwuwnoM:
for often w ill iitiiuvlr doseot liictllciuv ! oil a
rVlli - liril l k'tlil'H.
vnsrs HOKUK-K TAPI-.I,143
volk. will euHii lututOL'uu dtbtrlli
i ics uii mm h, 10 uii) au.irehs 011 rotetpi 1 1 hsIuiiii:
'1'U';1h is the oldest estubllsliuirnt of Its Und 11
AMMONIATKI) SUl'IiH PHOSI'IIATE,
Circulars and analysts mulled free on application.
l'or solo by DealerH gtin rally, and by tho Importers
JOSIAJI J.AI 3.1 N'S Mlfi,
No, -1, South Delaware Ave, l'liilailclilil
MttiCe no engayemenla tilt you- tee our
'Which In thrilling Interest, fterllng merit, cleganco
und cheapness, hus absolutely uu tipial, It Is "Tut;
Tiiixu" fur tlio centennial pei 1011 tuxes on sight.
Thu "North American ltovlovv'siiB Itls'-doserv.
Ing of umiualinid praise 1 wo anticipate f r It an ex
tensive nonularltv 1" tho -Hubuiiuu 'limes" savs.
"Just such u worlc as thousands ot the American
neopio win tw giaa to possess r tne -iietroit Adver
tissr cans it -preicmuiu tu uur ) et puousnea." An;
tietlvo man or woman of good address insured larg
Prunti and steady work fur a year, l'or full narllcu.
API 11 14 U VV,
w. j.. rum, a
VI Park Place, N, V,
SILVER rjCATED WARE
Electro-Plated Tablo Waro,
Ornamental Ait lfjork
IN OHEAT VAHIETV,
MANUl'ACTUllEl) UY THE
5 o 0 15 r 0 tul way, New York
'I ho best Plated ypoons and Porks aro those MIv
Plat id heaviest on the parts where necessarily the
most wear comes, and beating tho Trade Hark.
IS 17 ItOGERS IIUOTHEHS XII.
Jv. n.- This gteot liapiovement lu Sllver-PIatei
.spoons and I'oiks Is uiiplled nllko tocachgrado
Plate, A 1, s and 12 ot., as ordered. The 1-rocess nnd
Machinery for maiiufactuilug these goods aro Pat
cnled. 'I ho Extra or '-Munilnrd Plato" mado by this
Company Is stainpul A 1, simply, and Is plated
percent, heavier than tho ordinary market stand-
!"I'lrst Premiums awarded nt a'l Pairs whero
exhibited, firm World's Fair of 1S52 to Amtrlcan
Institute Pair, 1S73, Inclusive.
March 10, ';c.-om.
Awiiriltil the I Ugliest McJal at Vienna.
'ENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
l'lillailclplihi cV l'.rio !'.. 11. Division.
SUMJIEU TIME TAIiLE.
ON nnd after SUNDAY, APK. 23, 187G,
thu trains on tho Plilladelnlila l.ila Hull
lto.id I)h hlon will run us follows :
'.HIEEXPUESSleaves New York
" ' Philadelphia
" " i;.iltln:o:o
" " llurrlslmrg
" arr. at Wllltanispurt
" Lock Hit ell
" " Erie
EKIE MAIL leaves New York
" " Ilulthnoie
' " Hurrlsnurg
" " Wllllamsport
" " Ixick Haven
" " Henovo
" nrr. at EHe ,
... 0 2,1 n. nt
...12.5.1 p. m
... 1.2U p. ni
.. 5.011 p. Ill
.. s.f.iv p. Ill
..10.30 p. 111
...10 us a. m
.... 8.25). m
....11.65 p. in
.. ti.lo p. ni
.. 4.2511. tn
.. S.ll.'ill. Ill
.. ti.ion. in
.. lo.f.s a. 111
.... 7. 0 p. m
MAiiAiiA. KM'iiKs-s leaves Philadelphia.. 7.20 a. nt
" " " Haltlmoro 7.30 n. m
" ". " Harrlsburg. ...10.15 u. lit
' " nrr. at Wllll.nniiiort.. l.sip. 111
" " " l,ock Haven... 8.15 p. ut
" " " HeiioTo 4.15 p. in
" " " Kane 8.45 p. m
" ' " Haffalo ...... .
ukk uaves accom. leaves Philadelphia 8.01 a. in
nrr. at v Illlam-iport .
SUNDAY EXPHEsS leaves New York
" Harrlsburg. ...
arr. at V llllamsport..
, s 30 a. m
, 1 2-i p. m
. .lo p, m
. 7.30 p. in
.. R.25 p. Ill
..II 55 p. Ill
.. 9.10 p. lu
. 4.10 u. Ill
... 7.4 J a. Ill
PHIL'A EXVItESS leaves E1I0 7.00 p.m
' " " Lock Haven... . ii.soti. m
" " " Wllllamsport 7.55 a. m
" " urrlVLSat llarilsburg 1140 a. ,11
" " " Halttinore c.25 p. ru
" " " Philadelphia 3.:'o p. in
" " " New York 6.45 p. m
E.&H.T. AKTHONY & CO.,
C!)l, Jlroadway, New York,
(Opp. Metropolitan Hotel.)
JlANlTACTtllHtS, iMfOKllKS ANU HEALTHS IN
CllltOMOS AND FRAMES,
STEREOSCOPES AND VIEWS,
LIHJMS, On.YI'IlOSCOPKS & SUlTAliLE
We are headquarters foreverjthlngln the way of
Storcopticons and Magic Lanterns,
1 Icing Mitnufaetuiei s ot tho
M I CltO-SCI KNTl FI 0 LA NTEHN,
SCHOOL LANTEItN, FAMILY LANTEHN
Each blvlo Lilng the best of Its (lass In the inn r lit t.
Catalogues of Lunlei 11s und KlUku, with directions
for using, sent on uppllc.itiou.
Any tnterprlslng man can mako money with a
Miiglo l.anli 1 u.
Eirf-Cut out this ndrtitlfeincnt for refer
enct'J'&3 I'eb. ls,'7il-7in
AN ACTUAL lll'PINit-S INHlU'llON AND
For Inform alien tall at otrce, cr tend for Collk
11111 I-AI-UC is on m.i; WITU
ROWELL & HESMAN
. Advertising' V- Agonts,
THIRP& CHESTNUT STS., ST. LOUIS, Md
y A LUA I1LK 1'llOI'EKTY
Tho subscriber will olTer at private sale
TIlltEE TOWN LOTS
1 tn tiiu town tf ugui ireer, Columbia eotimy Tho
'IVi ms inudu easy for iiurtljuseni,
J. II. It KIM,
r 111 tuu town ti ugut career, Columbia county The
Orantl St.. New J nniiioVMiiefiU eouslstof a two-story fmino houso,
lni thi dlhi?i 1 1 f I'l'i'ecehsary oiitbulldliigs. a blniksuuth hhop'und
.IJglitKtmet, April ll-Sm.
THE "MOODY SHIRT."
MADE TO ORDEK ONLY.
A PEItl-KOT FIT (1U AltANTEEI).
Ocntleint n desiring Slilits will pleoso drop us a list
Md 1 our Ak-eut vv 111 toll und gtt the meuiutvuTent.
v wo. ks 1
March 10, ic-ly
l-aciory No. M LaUltwiUiiiu Aveuua.
P. O. MOODY,
i:os ron HATCHING.
HUFF COCUINS ONLY.
ji(florlVV ,ltrM1IUi'a "oUU Prll wlnulng (train,
Catuw Issa, Pa.
BLANK NOTIH,wita orwlthout eauuptloi
leaves Kane 6.00 a. m
nenovo 111.10 a. m
" " " IaicI: il.tven 11. on, lit
" " " Wllllamsport. ...12 40 p. in
" " arr. at Harrlsburg 4.10 p. 111
" " " Phllud.-Uilila 7.20 p. ni
' " . " New York 10 15 p. ill
" " " lialtlmoio .. i.:b p. m
" " " Washington, 0.02 p. 111
EHIE MAIL leaves Erie 11.20 a. m
" " " Itenovo s.55 p. m
" " " lAK-k Haven le.osp. m
" " " Wllllamsport 11.15 p.m
' " arr. at H trilsburg 2.45 u. m
" " " Hiiltlmore 7.S5 a m
" " " 1'lilladilnlil.i Loon. m
" " " Newtork 10.10 a. m
FAST LINE leaves Wllllafnsport 12.35 a. in
" " arr. at lliirilsliurg 3.r5a. 111
' ll.iltlinoie 7.3ft a In
' 1'hll.ulelplil.i 7.35 a. in
' " " New York lu.25 u. 111
SUNDAY EXPRESS leaves Wlllt.im'poit.. s.I5a.in
' " nrr. at Harrlsburg 11.41111,111
" " " PhliadclphtJ.. . 3.30 p. m
" " " NewYoik 0.4511. ni
' " " H.lKllllOlll 7.35 p. i.l
El 1ft Mall West. Niagara Express Webt.Ixjck lUv en
Aceiiin. West and Hay Ei less East make close con
nect Ion nt NorUiiunlitilai.il with I.. & 11. It. II. tiulns
for Wllkes-llarrouud fceraiiton.
Erin .Mall West, Nlugaru Expiess West. Erie
Epiess West unit lock Haven Accommodation
West make eloso conneetcn at Wllllamsport wltu
N. C. K. W. tiulnsiioilh.
Erin Mall West, Nlagn a Express West, and Day
Express East make closu connection ut Lock Haven
Willi II. E. V, It, 11. truths.
Kilu Mull East and West connect nt Erie with
ttaliisou I.. s.AM, H. It. nt coirv with o c.&A.
V. It It. ut Einiioilum with II. N. . Si P. It. It. and ut
Dilllwood with A V. It. It.
Pallor Curs will inn between Philadelphia nnd
Wllllamsiint on Niagara Expiess West, Eilo Ex
press West, Phltuuiliilila Express East Hay
Exrnss East ai.il Sunday llxpiess East, bleepliig
Cars on all night trains.
WM. A. BALDWIN,
Deo. 17,'75-tf General Supt.
XJ WESI'EU.N KAlLltOAI).
Tlino-Tublo No. an, Takes effect at 4:20 A. M
MONDAY', NOVE.MIIEIt 21 1S75.
NOUTII, I STATIONS.
p.m. p.m. u.in
7 03 II 0'J
II M H 04
0 51 3 1
(i 45 2 M
C 30 2 42
li 15 2 31
C V) 2 25
6 02 2 U
& f.f, 2 13
& bi 2 1U
6 4S 2 10
5 40 1 M
5 34 1 13
S 2S 1 4S
0 23 1 41
5 20 1 4U
5 13 1 25
4 15 1 lu
4 60 1 13
t .'15 1 l-l
lit lift i-.u
Taj lorv llio....
MtlMon 10 tu
a.m. p m. p. in.
ti is 2 vu 0 2.1
0 4S 2 2,l 0 so
U t3 2 31 I, 35
til III 2 3S 0 43
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....i'ij mouth ....
. -H1I1 kslilniiy.,.,
....Ecndi 1 1 men...
1-1 iiiti IMilge
7 8ii;cutavv Issa III Idge,
7 Ml.. Chllk'S Klvltlh..
4 15 8 45
4 21 8 Co
4 :i 11 es
4 37 0 61)
4 41 0 65
4 40 7 (8
4 6i 7 20
5 '2 7 40
6 18 7 4.1
6 14 7 62
12 10 0 20 8 CO
12 25 6 88 S 25
19 32 6 47 8 40
12 30 5 62 8 47
12 61 0 10 II r
, , . p.m. p.m. n.m.
, . 11.v1.01 r.Ali, bllpl,
superintendent s Olllto, fctrunton, Etc. 10, 1K6.
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
WnS"- ,o0WP:' ?ron Slrect Mow sec
kinds ot ' lll00"liuurt'-'''l-.'8Irvpai'td to do ul
TA n.It HANGINGS
notice. U" Bt5rl6'' 8t lowttt '". " aunart
ciffingS0' Buchwwk to"" lllsuTe money
bouffi'1CWarraliU'd,0:,TO WW,. (racri.
WM. P. IlODINIJ.
llarcli t,n 1 jr