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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT,BLOOMSBUKO, COLUMBIA COl NTY, PA.
timtiuucil from firtl jxtyc
Mgrlty of inr territory ami ilm supremacy of
tlie-oointitntlnnal authorities. Ho had been
iilucAteil In tlio school tir.Tiickimi, nml lnul
heen h .lllltreiit stiiileiit of tlio lessons taught
liy Uio iitillihVatlnii controversy nf 18:13. Ho
liml s'.inlleil carefully ami irn(oiiinlly Hie re
lation ol'tlie fciler.il unit state irnvoriiincnts.
JIo Itint thin early fnrmetl jierfectly clear ami
settled opinions, about which his inlnil nev
er vacillated. They wcro tlio opinion or
J.iebon, ot Vun ltitron, of Wright, uml of
Muroy, with whom, during most of their
public liven, he hud been on term of pcrso
During the winter of ISliO.fil ho attended
n meeting of (ho lending men of tmth par
ties 111 tlio city of New York, to consider
what measures were necessary mid pnu'tle
ublu to avert no armed collision between
wluit were then termed the free aid the
slave states. To tlio 1101 til hu urged recoil,
filiation and forbearance, appreciating ns
he d d more clearly than most of thoso
nroiiiiJ him the fearful and disastrous con
sequences ot a civil war, whatever might
prove lU ultimate, result. To the Month he
urged a deference to the wilt ol the mnjority
and a respect for tlio provisions of tho led
enl constitution, within which they would
bo sure of adequate protection for themselves
and for their property ; but ho warneJ them
that outside of the constitution they would
expect protection for neither.
When the war did conio Mr. Tilden as
sociated himself with and was the private
adviser of Mr. Dean Richmond, then at tho
head of the democratic party of New York,
and who was uccu.stomed on all important
questions to visit Mr. Tilden in his retire
ment and seek hU counsel.
At a meeting held at the house of Gener
al Dix, just after tho first call of President
Lincoln lor 7o,i)U0 troops, .Mr. Tiltlen was
present and participated in the discussions
which took place, lie then and there, ex
pressed the opinion that they wcr'e on the
eve of a great war, and maintained that In
ft 'ad of 73,003 troups Mr. Lincoln should
havo called out at least G00.O0O, half for
immediate service and the other half to be
put in camps of instruction and trained for
Impending exigencies. Unhappily that gen.
eration ha 1 seen so little of war and hud
such limited means of comprehending tho
rapidity with which tho war spirit, once
lighted, will spread among a people, that it
was not competent to appreciate the wisdom
of this advice, which, If adopted, would pro
b ibly have prevented tho necessity of any
further Increase of military force.
To Secretary Chase and his friends Mr.
Tilden insisted that the war ought to be car
ried on under it system of sound finance,
which he did not doubt the people would
cheerfully sustain if the government would
have the courage to propose it. At n later
period of the war ho was invited by the
government at Washington to give his ad
vice as to tho best mthods for its further
conduct. Ho said to the secretary of war :
You have no right to expect a great mil
itary genius to come to your assistance. They
only appear once in two or three centuries.
You will probably have to depend upon the
average military talent of the country. Un
der such circumstances your only course
is to avail yourself of your numerical
strength and your superior military resour
ces resulting from your greater progress in
industrial arts and your greater producing
capacities. You must have reserves and
concentrate your forces on decisive points,
und overwhelm your adversaries by dispro
portionate number and reserves
His advice was not taken, but he had 'the
satisfaction, within a year after it was giv
en, of hearing the secretary of war acknowl
edge its wisdom and lament his inability to
secure its adoption.
Mr. Tilden's later political labors are fa
miliar as household words to tlio people of
the United 3latcs. He grappled with and
overthrew the Tweed ring wnich was the
most powerful ami corrupt political combi
niuation ever establisho I in this' country he
cause it had its support in a political com
bination of the worst men in both the demo
o ratio and the republican parties who wcie
equally powerful at Albany and New York.
For this signal service to tho country the
people of New fork showed their apprecia
tion by electing him to the governorship of
the state by a, majority of over .10,000 votes
over tho accomplished and popular 1 lix who
had himself been elected two years previous
ly by a plurality of f0,000. His record as
governor of New York is as brilliant and
courageous as his previous political exploits
had led the people to expect. Mr. Tilden
has let nothing stand between him and the
promotion of tlio best interests of the people.
The fierce opposition to his nomination made
by democrats shows that his clear cut notions
of duty have made him enemies in his own
party. Hut the enmity of mnbltious and
corrupt men will detract nothing from his
estimation in the judgment of the people
who look quite through the surface of such
hostility to find the bottom of it. Mr. Tilden
is a born leader nf men and under his keen
direction the coming campaign will bo waged
on the field of his selection, and we do not
for an instant doubt with u successful result.
Clkuical Aiivhutisiso. An illustra
tion of the desire existing with most people
to ''keep their names before the public" is
shown in the cose of ltcv. J. S. Groves, of
Liwa, who, it seems, was not exempt from
its Influence. For some time past the mem-
mer ot his church, in Maqunketa, have
been receiving anonymous letters, charging
him with numerous sins, and hinting ut
Knocking depravity on his part. The letters
were regarded by the flock of the pastor as
evidence of the malice of evil minded per
sous woo, instigated iy me devil, were
seeking lu destroy ids usefulness, and the
effect naturally was only to increase their
confidence in him, They determined that
the slut Uerers should be ferreted out and
punished, uud they set detectives to work to
trace the author of the anonymous commii
ideations. The success of the detectives
was immediate and itMnnniliiiL'. They dis
covered that Mr. Groves himself was that
identical individual who as an anonymous
letter writer had been making accusations
against the c'inracti-r of Mr. Groves as pas
tor, nod when confronted with the proofs of
his duplicity ho was compelled to acknowl
edge tin authorship ol lliouainaglug charges
His ohiect. of course, was to excite an In
terest in his favor, and extend tlietiseliilness
of his labors. It is doubtful whether his con
gregation will see the force of his excuse or
overlook the adoption of so questionable a
mode oi advertising:.
Piu-sence op MlNIi. One of the citizens
nf Danbury, (X, who had just relumed Irom
the West, was telling In Merrill's grocery of
a narrow eu-npo ho had from a terrible death
Ho was crossing n long: railroad bridge on
foot, when lie was surprise!! liiseu.ii locomo
llvo nomine around a curve, anil leuriug to
ward him at terrific speed. The bridgo
was too narrow to allow ol escape at either
tjilr, Hfid he did not dure to Jump into the
yawning nhyis below, r u flash lie took lu
the situation AiKl itirmw hu plstt ul net Ion
lie stsiltd un a swill t tuwa.nl tho on
Wid.nn locomotive tw hta H fvr
(rl o-l It liV eouceutrittpd all hU uetve. a,ud,
muscle UtttH i o elforl, and leaped slwtaht
un Into ihaalr. The fearful monster shot
uudyr him, nut) be csuuo uuwn on the bridge,
saved from death, hut u-rlously shaken up
Vy the deaceut There WW a moment of
deep silence upon the close or this narration,
I'licn one of the tompany silieil uul wliy,
un ns Kline, nun linextieci
ti,. . .i i . .n e 1...1 a.i
nut inu uo ui ircenco ui uiiini wueii
V Iho use or presence or lnlutl When i .Vuru of Me SiynOn," ly CU. T. IK Jligaln
cau lie like tliat V I , f &, Wncrr July wy K
4 uiau can J
An (Ihl heller.
ii:or.(iGWARiilKUTo.v'.s lkttriito tits win:
OX ACCKIT1NO COM MAN II Of Till: AMKItl
Wo have been favored with tho following
extract front llio"l'rlvnto Memoirs of Wash-
ngton," (now in course of publication.)
which comprises tlio letter written by tho
venerated Father of his Country to Mrs.
nshliigtou, on the occasion of his accept
ing the command in chief of tho American
armies.' The letter bears data 18th June,
1 77C. A'u7 loiaf" Inltlttgtncer,
PHILADELPHIA, Juno 18, 1775.
My Df.auk.st: I am now set down to
write to you on a subject which tills me with
inexpressible concern, and this concern Is
greatly aggravated and Increased when I re
flect upon the uneasiness I know it will give
you. It has been determined in Congress
that the whole army raised for tho defence
of the American cause shall he put under
my care, and that Is necessary for me to pro
ceed immediately to Huston to take upon me
tho command of it. You may believe me,
my dear l'atsy, when I assure you in tiio
most solemn manner, that, so far from seek
ing this appointment, I have used every en
deavor lu mv power to avoid it, not only
from my unwillingness to part with you and
the family, but from a consciousness of its
being n trust too great for my capacity, aud
that I should enjoy moro real happiness
in one month with you home, than I have
the most distant prospect of finding abroad,
if my stay was to be seven times seven years.
Hut us it has been n kind ol destiny that has
thrown, me upon this service, I shall hopo
that my undertaking of it is designed to an
swer s ime good purposr . You might, and I
suppose did, perceive f-om the tenor of my
letters that I was npprchensivo I could not
avoid this appointment, as I did not pretend
to intimate when I should return j that was
the case. It was utterly out of my power to
refuse this appointment without exposing
my character to such censures as would have
reflected dishonor upon myself and given
pain to my friends. This, I um sure, could
not and ought not to bo pleasing to you, and
must have lessened me considerably in my
I shall rely, theiefore, confidently in that
Providence which has heretofore preserved
and been bountiful to me, not doubting but
that I shall return to you in the lull. I shall
leel no pain from the toil or the danger of
the campaign j my iinhappiness will flow
from tlio uneasiness I know you will feel
from being left alone. I therefore beg that
you will summon your whole fortitude, and
pass your time as agreeably as possible.
Nothing will give me so much sinccro satis
faction us to hear this, mid to hear it from
your own pen. My earnest and ardent de
sire is that you would pursue any plan that
is most likely to produce content, and a tol
erable degree of tranquility, as it must add
greutjy to my uneasyBfeeliiigs, to hero that
you aic dissatisfied cr complaining at what
I rtally could not avoid.
f As life is almost uncertain, and common
prudence dictates to every man the necessity
of setting nis temporal concerns while it is
in power, uud while the mind is calm and
undisturbed, I have, since I came to this
place, (for I had not timu to do it before
I left home,) got Cononel Pendleton i to
draft a will' for me,by the directions which 1
gave him, which will I now enclose. The
provision made for you in tuo case of death
will, I hope, be agreeuble I shall add notli
infi more, as I have several letters to write,
but to desire that you will remember me to
your friends, and assure you that I am, with
tiio most unfeigned regard, luy dear Patsy.
Prophetical as to tho duration of the con
test. . .
'Excellent advice to every one.
tHdmund Pendleton Member of the first
C. uress, and the venerable presiding Judge
of the High Court of Appeals of Virginia.
The 11 rst-y ears of every man's business or
professional life are years of education. They
aro intended to be in the order of nature
and Providence. Doors do not open to u
man until he is prepared to enter them.
The tiu.i without a wedding garment may
get in surreptitiously, but ho immediately
goes out with a Ilea in his ear. We think it
is the experience of most successful men who
have watched tlio course of their lives in
etrospect, that whenever they arrived at a
point where they were thoroughly prepared
to go up higher, the door to a higher place
ias swung back of Itself, and they have heard
the call to enter. The old die, or voluntarily
retire for rest. Tho best men who stand
ready to take their places will succeed to
their position aud its honors und emoluments.
The Signing of the Uetlnratiuu.
The Declaration, being adopted, was next
to be signed, and here u-jaiii we come upon
an equally hopeless contradiction in testi
mony, lhls same Thomas McKcan wrote
u 1814 to e x-Presideiit Adams, speaking of
the Declaration of Independence, "No man
signed it ou that day," namely, July 4th,
177b. Jellerson, ou the other hand, writing
some years later, thought that Mr. McKean's
memory had deceived .him, JeillTsau him
self asserting, from his early notes, thaf'The
Declaration was reported by the Committee,
agreed to by the House, and signed by every
member present, except Mr. Dickinson.'
ltut Jellerson, who was also an octogenarian,
seems to have forgotten the subsequent sign
ing of the Declaration parchment, until It
was recalled to his memory, as he states, a
lew years later. II there was a previous
signing of u written document, the maim
script itself has long since disappeared ; and
the accepted historic opinion is that both
these venerable witnesses were mistaken j
that tho original Declaration was signed only
by the President and Secretary, John Hun
cock uud Charles Thomson ; und that the
general signing of tho parchment copy took
place ou August 2d. It is probablc,ut least,
that filty-'our ul ttiu lift) -six names were
apptuded on that day ; aud thut it was af
terward signed by Thurnton, of New Hamp
shire, who was, not then u member, ami by
.Mchcau, who was men temporarily absent
Jellerson lued to relate, "with much mer
riment," says Piirtou, thut the tiual signing
of tlio Declaration was hastened by n very
trivial circumstance. ieur the nail was a
large stable, whence the flies Issued lu le
gions, ueiiiieiuen were in those nays pecu
liarly sensitive to such discomforts, by rca
son of silk stnckinirs: and when this nunov
unce, superadded to the summer heat of
riiliaiieipina. nau uecome intolerable, they
hastened to bring tlio business to a conclu
sion, This may equally refer, however, to
the original vote; flies ure tiles, whether in
July or August,
American tradition has dune to the
phrases assigned to the dlllereut participants
lu this scene; John Hancoek'n commentary
on bis own Udd hamlitritliitr, "There, John
nun may remnny name wniioui spectacle;"
l-'mukltu V'Wu must hany together, or vUc,
most ftMureuiy, we mail nit iiuiig uquiratu
119 tttn ttv wt'tte vs wttttVUt ttVtp HtlllAta
may or may not liave U'tu salil i Lot It glvi
a more human interest to the event when
we know that tliey were even uttrlbutet).
What we lung to know is, that tlio ureal acts
' f history wero ilono by men like ourselves,
,,ujI nnl liy illu'iiillttl iu:iclilnes---o;i "Tie
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,vru ol the
I'lirlltrs tlir III I, lUnnutrn aud lnluollr llif
Its Medical Properties nro
AImiATIVi:, TONIC, SOIiVUNT AND
Vetrellna Is inulii owlusltotv from tho liileo of
rnrefiilly-soleeteil Iwrks, mils nnd herbs, nml so
strongly cnnrentrnlcd, that It will clTwitinlly eradi
cate from lliu svslcm mcry taint of scrofula, scrofu
lous uiimor, minors, t-.iueer. i nun-runs Humor,
Kr.islpelas. salt, lllieiiin, St plilllllo Diseases, canker,
Fulntness at the stomach, nml nil diseases dial nrlse
from Impure blond, sciatica Initaiumntnry nnd
riirimle Rheumatism, Neuralgia (lout nml spinal
Complaints, can only 1m erfeclually cured through
I'or fleers anil Krnpllto illsenses nf Ilia SKIn Pust
ules, Pimples. Motrin", Holts, Tetter, xoalillieail and
Ringworm Wireline lias never failed to elTcct a
I'or I'ulns In Ihn F.nok.Kldncy (,'uinpl.dnts, Drnpsv,
Female Weakness, l.ciiciirrliti-a, nrlslng from Inter
nal ulcerntlon, nnd iitcrmn diseases nml (lem-ral
Hcbllltt , Ycgrtltio nets diiocllv upon tlm causes of
those, complaints. It Invlirorntcs and strenfrt liens
tlm whole rj stein, nets upon tho secretive organs,
nllnvs liiiuinmnllon, cures ulceration and regulates
For Catarrh. 1'vspepsU. Habitual Const lioness,
1'alpltatlon of the Heart, Headache, l'ltes, Nervous
nessnnd (leneriil Prostration of the Nervous Sv stem
no tnedieln" has ever given such perfect satisfaction
as the Wireline. It purities the blood, c lennses nil
of tho owns, nnd possesses a controlling power
er t ho nervous s) stem.
Tho remarkable cures effected by Wireline have
Induced mitnv plijelei.ms nnd apothecaries whom
p know to prcscrlbo nnd uso It In their owu
In tact, Yrgettno Is tho best remedyjet discovered
for tint ntiovedls ases.nnd Is tho onli- reliable UI.OOI)
ruillFIKIt yet placed before tlio public.
ii. u. sti:vi:.vs, iiosion, munn,
What ts Vcgctlne ? It Is a compound extr cted
from tlio barks, resits aud herbs. U Is Nalliro's
Uemedy It Is perfectly harmless from nny bad
effect unon the system. It, Is nourishing and
strenirtlicnlne. it nets directly upon the bluod. It
quiets the nervous system. It elves ) ou jcood.sweet
mri-ji ui iiiKiiu ins n irrcai pnmiccu ror ourai
fathers nna mothers ! for It elves them Mi-cnu
unlets their nerves, nnd elves them Nature's sneet
sleep, as nas oeen nroteu oy many nil nffeu person
It Is tho irreat lltood l'urlller. It Is u soothlm- rcmo.
tlv for our children. It lins relieved und cured
thousands. It Is u-ry pleasant to take : every child
likes it. it relieves nml cures all diseases orlirlnnt
Inir from Imnuro blood. Trr tint Wireline, mva It
imr iri.ii tor your complaints ; men jou will say 10
vnnr frtfirwl nf-lcrhlmt-iitnl iti-minlnt itino i.-IVf It . It
lilts till I'll lilt.
Vetrettno fcr tlio comnlnlnts for which tt Is reeom.
mended, Is haMnR'n lnrirer sate tlirouijlioiit the
linin-d states than any otner one medicine.
t egeiino win euro mesa complaints.
1IOSTON. Dec. 12. ISM.
(lentleincn Mr only oblcet In irninc oii this
testimonial Is to spread valuable Information. I'nV
Imr been bnJIy mulcted with Suit Itlie-un, und tho
whole surface of mv skin belnc eoteied with nhnn.
les and eruptions, many of which caused me ureut
pain nnu nnnnynnee, nml Knowuifr it lonenuioou
disease, 1 took inanv of tho advert hed blood pre
parations, anions men was any ipiantit) or sarsa
parlll.t, without obtiilnlni.' any bent-tit until I com
meneed tnklmr the Veirottne. nnd before I bail nun.
pleted the llrst bottle I saw that I had col the light
medicine. Consequently, I followed on mth it until
I had taken seten ttottlcs, i hen I was pronounced a
well mill, mill tnv Rklli U Rtnnnth mm entliplv freit
from nlmoles und emotions. 1 havo never enlnveil
so good heultli before, nnd I l tribute It all to 'lliu
uso or eireuno. to neiieiit those mulcted with
niieuinntlMn, I will make mention also of the Vt-ue-lino's
wonderfu' nowcr of curlnt- mo or this nnute
complaint, of which I hatesurfcrt-d so intensely,
C. II. TL'CKlJH, IMS. AB't .Mich. V. II. It..
t-j w it.Miington street, nosion.
Vcgetino is Sold by all Druggists
Y O It
Buckwheat and Fall Crops
Bftr IN liftHM t-tt II t
tt u ii n tj
For over 10 years this brand has held Its renutn.
tlou In contact w ttli many competing fertilizers.
ONI: flit All K ONLY,
No variety of names with accominodatiiiL-rculeor
uk co. mm i;n i i: ii .
Ily fanners' clubs, agriculturists, planters and
FOR SALE 13 Y
. .T. AlhertSOU. llolirOiltri-
I. U lteav. ltunert.
J. II. Seeshultz, Cutawlssu.
t-rcus nros., nernlck,
K. Thompson, Danville.
, H.wtHiurop, lllverslde.
The following testimonial was received several
A l-'AKMBKS Cl.VB I1H01ISIKNIIS THE COMI-l.liTK HONE
JIA.M'IIK AS THE BEST l- EIII'ILUEK IN t'SK.
tlreeiiwooil. Columbia Co.. Oct isiii.
Messrs. niiEiNiii ,c Uki.kkicii.
c.entleineu : We, the tinderslirned, having used
ourcomnlete llono .Munuru Hut tiast season, urn.
cured of our ugeiit. A i. Albertson, hereby uillrin
u to do me uosi reniuer in use. vvu fullv rccom
mend It to farmers, for It is all that you claim lor It.
WVI.LI M I'NdKII.II.i: .MATIIUlt, JOHN STANTON',
A. imMUI.Kl'KIN, (IKO. U lit ION, A. S. I'AlltMAN.
ouuu x, tu.-ani.
SHCUKK AX AUKNCY
ami $.10 or $1111) ,tr tck.
"The ever rttulg and m i-c out nf un'cr."
For Domestic Use.
With Tablo and Fixtures OoniDloto,
A nerfl-Ct nud Ulieilllallisl. larL-e. Htronr. nml ,liir:i.
ble iiiuclilne, constructed elegiuit und solid, from the
beat in aerial with malhemutlcal precision, for con
stant family use or itunufactnrliig purismes. Al
ways ready at a moment's notice to do lus daj's
work, never out ot order, and will latt a Kfiieratlou
with inoderalo euro; easy to miderstand ami man
ago ; light, smooth, und stviri riiunli.g, llko ihuneil-
ivKiM-u inuvt-iiiuiit. ui u mm wtiLcn: huntiio com
pact, eniclont mid rcll.ibie,w lili all thu (mproveincnts
to bu found lu I he highest priced 1nachl11es.w11rr.111i.
eil to do the same woi k. Ih same wuy, und us rapid
uud smooth us u i'i machine. An aikiion ledged lr.
uinpli of Ingenious luechanlcal skill, esseullally the
woi king woman's Irl.-nil, nnd far In udvunooof ml
urJIiury ina-hliies for ubsoluto Hienglli, reliability
und general usefulness; will hem. fell. link. seam.
..uin, mini, oruiu, cord, gather, rullle, shlir, pluli,
tlillt rut ra.ll uinli.i.l.lu. ..... .... l!. ,,. . . '
.1 . . '"'ut,t ""l" UH-HUIIIS, AC.,
with wonderful rapidity, neatness und ease.setts tin!
strongest, lasting siutii equally tltio a ml smooih
through ull kinds of goods, from cutiibrlo In several
thicknesses of broadclotu or leather, with nn or
eoaisu Button, linen, bilk or twine. Oltes pi itcl
Bjllst.iellon. Will earn Us cost sevenil limes lai r In
u ki-asou in lint work It dues, or maku u gnod litlng
fur uny man or wouiuii wlm dotlres to um it r,,r 11, ,i
purisisu; works bO Idlthlul und eusy the seivanls
or t hlklren can usu it without daman), I'rlcn nf inn
china with llht lulile, nitty enulppisl for family woik
eat.li ut cnriesiHiiidlngly low rules.
.itwi vjki, Lutv-itvma iiuttti-iH uuueuoinei htn s
Kuuruuu.-L-ii, tree irum uaiuuge,
phlets lllustiuteil with tngruvlngs ut thu soterul
fc .r , , '""--mi"' -s i t-tt i eueua, vuriciy or huwihg.&e
n ailed tree, l.'onll.leutl.il terms uiin nu-rni ii,,T,u-.
lui-iits to eutei prialug ultrgj men, tujchers, business
men, traveling or locul ugunts, e., who doslre ex
t lusive ugencles, furnished ou application. Address
uuiiii 1 1 . jju.iuim v i-o., vju m-ouiiwuy, Kew York,
A N OTH JQU N EW STO JtE
IN TUB OLD l'OSTOFI'll'I! IIUlUHNO,,
llalu street below Market.
r Cut bo found ono of the best seleclcd assortments
vi Muub- uuu jtos itruuy Aiuiio ciotbing unu
, Tiiouiuhruitta n-oiing mi iiitt l cur, clyu en.
tutt mtWticUuu iu purcUari coal tum in) utu
lie Incites tho publle to cull und examine his stuck.
Suecessor to M. 0, Biittiiiit
IiMPOliTANT TO ALI,
Tha discoverer and compounder ot tlio far-famed
Compound Sprup of Wild Cherry
and oilier vnliiablc preparations, entered upon Ids
professional carter with (lie Imnnrtntil ntlvantage of
it regular meiiicui t-iiiicntiou ill onu ut tno oioi-mi uuu
best schools In riill.tilelptila, nud, pel haps, In Uio
world He suiiseoueiill." serted u faithful term of
pracltce lu lliu Phil mviplilu IUSieiis.tiy, nml fur inn
nv .M-.irsuttendt'd lu tlio Hospital. In these Institu
tions ho enJo)ed the most iiinplu opportunities of ob
taining un ut!ght Into tllseiiM'S lu all their viilious
forms, ns well us for usceilululng tho best met hods
of tlii-l treatment. In ottering, therefore, to Hie peo
ple ot Uio t'nlted stales tint fruits of his extensive
iuoiessioutii es)H-riciut- tit inu ineuicuicoiiqioiiiiusus
he bent result-tot his skill nml observation, ho feels
that he Is tint protferlng a iuion to every family
throughout tho land, resting, ns he does, conllilenily
Inthumcilts nnd elllentlous virtue of thu remedies
lie herewith commends. Thevusl amount 01 testl
moiiy from nil p.utsof thn woild has prow-u "Hoc
Tun SWAYNK'N COMI'OI'NI) MY Itl'l1 OF Wll.il
t.'IIKIIUV" the most ertlcaclotis remedy knonn, und
IttsadmlttiUbyour most eminent physicians, and
all who hiivo witnessed its wuiiderful fieallng pro
ertles. 'I lie W1I.1) L'llliKHV In nil tiges of the wor d
und lu nil countries while It Is knonu has been Just
ly eelebriiteo forlts wolnIcifillliieilltlti.ll qualities,
but Us great power to euro somuof tlio worst und
most distressing diseases among us tins nctcr fully
itseerlalued until the experiments of that skllfull
ph)slclau, Hr. Kwavne, hud demonstrated Us high
adaptation. In combination with I'liie'lreeTnr, and
other equally valuable vegetable Ingredients, which
chemically combined rcnueis It acllon tenttW more
certain nud bvnetlclal In curing nil Ulseasesbf tho
throat, breast nml lungs, lilt. sivaYNH'S VII.H
ClIKltilY coMi-ot'.NIi strikes at tho root ol ULseaso
by purlfjlng tho blootl, lestoilug the liter mid kid
nejs to healthy action. Invlgm-ntfng tho nervous und
shuttered constitution. If your druggist or sioru
keeper docs not have It, do not be put off by any
other remedy Hint may bo offered, but send tn us dl
it ci.iuKl u w 111 forward a lialf tloen to uny address,
freight paid, on receipt of the pi Ice, f I per bottle, or
i the half do7on. Address letters to 1)11. HU'AY.NK
A NON, uso Nortlt Sixth stieet, Philadelphia. No
cluugo w ill be made for udt Ice.
Ask Your IIi-iikkInI fur Tlicni,
Keniiile liml till ln mine lirnllli should nccr
In- Without llll. .SW'AYNE'S TAIl AND HAUSAI'A
llll.l.A l'llius.os llie.v puilfy the blood, remove nl
obstructions, cleanse the skin of ull pimples and
hl,itehn nnd lirlnt' thn rich Color Of health to tlltl
lialo clicek. l-'eniah) Irregulailtles are restored to u
fienlthverimlltlrin. l'he-lint aCtTtlllll CUTU for Sk't
and Nervous Headache. As a tinnier Mil, nothing
can exceed them: tiikeone. two, or tutee, us may im
found necessary; tuillko oiucrs, tney iieituer gripe,
msiiiiici, tiatisiia. or anv other uunleasant sensation,
while tlieyuiv as potvciful as it Is pussible font
inedlcluo to Ito and bo harmless. TUe.se i'llls t leanse
out tho dlsostlca-d humors, enrich nnd purify tlio
blood, remove ull unhealthy bilious secielions of the
stomach and lionels, causing a pciroctly heallliy
state ot tho liver, nud nro undoubtedly lliu bestca
tharllc und nntlMIIotis medicine et tllscoteied l und
we are detci mined that the sit k slinll have Ciem at
it nrlee within tho liieans of thu lionrest (t!.i t-entH n
box til" 30 I'llls.) If jour druggist or storekeeper
lias not got inem, tio uotoe puiou oyuuy uiuera
that Inav bo onered lu their place, but send to us di
rect, und we will forward by mall, on receipt, ot tho
price, a cents u ou. or uvu utt.ekcs 1 1.
Is particularly adapted to all forms of skin dis
eases, "uresetoii when nil tit tier reme
dies and treatment fall.
I'raile llt lt
All Ki upturns,
Army 1 1 1 It.
lll.itolina U, l,rn
Clironle Krysliielas of the
Seems to curncv ry cuse.leaMng lltoskln smooth
uud clear without a blemish lielilnd.
is generally preceded by a molstuie, like persptra
tlnn, illslri'sstug Itching, us tliuugh pin woi ins were
trawling lu or ubnut the rectuin, inrllcularly at
nlghttvhen un lresslng.or lu lied nfler getting warm.
It npn-ars lu summer as well as win er, t rieiitimes
shotts ILself nroiuid thu prl uto parts unit Is not coii
nned to mules only, but Is quite us frequent that fe.
males me surely mulcted, particularly lu times of
pregnancy, extending Intoiliu vaglnii, protlng dis
tressing almost beiond the pottcis of endiiriince.
Cases of long standing, pronounced Incurable, h ite
been peimnneiitly cured by simply uppltlng
KXTIIACTS FROM LKTTEIiS.
Dr. Swajne .V. Son :-;ontlcmi'n-Hie box of Oint
ment miu sent ine by innlt cuied mo entirely of Itch
ing Piles, tthlch I sum-red with rurtlm xenrs. Hn.
closed Und llfly cents for another box for a fi lend of
llliuu. AVOBKW J. UtACll.
Faruwell Station, Loudon Co., Va.
Itev. Isaac Holland. Webster. TnMoreotintv W.Vu.
November 20. is:s I hate Is-en n sollerer Irani
Itching Piles. I procured a box of jour ointment
last spring which gave ine Instant relief, mid feel
confident It will effect a ncrniuiii-iit. rute i--t einsed
nud tlftycents, Tor which please send mo another box
An Eruption of 8 Vcnrs Standing-.
I was troubled with nn eruntlnn of et-nr tuna
Itching. Inlolersblt) at times ; tried many prepi ru
tloun without ilndtng ivllef. Through the use of
Sivujne's All-llcullngOlntiteut I umentlielvcuieo.
At llorlsmuii 4 llres., 5lli aud Cheiry, l'hlla.
X was entirely cured of Tetter
In Us worst form by Dr. Swa) lie's AlMIeallng Olnt
incut, uud shall be happy toexplalu myciino to ull
w ho may call upon inc.
utiitiK .tii-tiNi. v. ttest i-:nd noiel,
S.ld Stieet, In-low Loiiiburil. I'lilhulelphla.
Sent hv mail to any addiess on recelnt t,1 tiriie.
cents a hox.
Descrioe symptoms in nil communications, nral ad-
Iress letters to lilt S'A'AYNU SON. Ilillnil,.i.l,la
No t harge f ur ndt Ice.
ion salk nv am. imrc.iiisTs.
t'olo Proprietors nnd ilauufucturers of
celebrated all ot or the world for its remarknblectires
ot Scrofula, Meicurlal and Njptiimic complaints,
nnd meases while Syphllltle virus of lliu lurent
causes development of Syphilis or scrofula in the
child nothing lias ever protedso effectual In com
pletclv eradicating every tt-stlgeof I hestt dangerous
eoiniilaliils uud all diseases arising rroin Impurity of
Ha pun Icular to obtain tlio genuine, ns prepared
by lilt. SW'AVNh SON, 31 1 cth M.,l'liltadelphla.
Meiiniiine name is tieneo correctly, sw.tr.Mi,
ns thertt ure tneiiaratlonsnf soinuwiint similar nnnm
lu the market.
IS YOUR HAJR FALLING OUT
IK SO llll NOT VMU Til HSU
Uiuiion llulr Color resloruf
London Hulrcoloi Kcstoiwr
Uiuiluii Hals t'olor Kesloibr
lAindoii llulr Co or Iteslort r
IxjiiJuu llulr Cotor Itesli.ier
l.oi.duu llulr t'olor ltektoier
Lontloii Hair C'ol.r Itestoier
Uuulou Hair Color Itesiuit-r
Loudon llalr t'olor Ue&loicr
limlou itutr Color Itcslou-r
Umdon llalr Color Itestoier
I.0111I011 llalr color itestoier
I.11111I011 llalr Color itcstorer
liiiuloii llulr Color Restorer
Uuidoii llulr Color Itestorcr
Loiulon llalr Color Itcstorer
Uimluii Hair Color Itwslorer
IxjiiUou llulr Color Kestuler
Uindou llalr Color Itestorcr
Uuidoii Hslr Color Itcstorer
Loiulon llalr color Itcstorer
loiulon llalr Color ltesloriar
London llalr Color lteioitcr
liuilou llulr Color Kestortr
IxjuUoii llulr Color Itcstorer
Loudon llalr Color Itestorcr
Londnu llulr Color Itestoier
Introdiictd 10 the
A inn loan
ilray llulr and
ltoom. 1. H will lestore gray hair to Its original color.
i. It whl make tlw hair grow on liulu beads,
s. H will reiloro the natural bccielloiis.
. H win rcuiuto uii ituhdrua aim uchuig.
c. U will luuke the balr soft, gluuy und ueilbla
It will prescrvo Uio original color toutdsge,
T, It w I prevnil the l.ulr tioui fulling off,
s. Uwlllcumul dlH-aus ct thu (culp.
Oonlfi po Bottlo,
bCtllcsH, sm hy einwks la ouy aaarvxii on io
mil) UY ALL imiHiUISTfj,
touts, '10 jy.
1CW STOCK OK OnOTIIINCJ.
Gontlomen's Dxean GoodB.
Cheap aufl Fashionable (Mini
ftt lilssloro on
MAIN STItlJKT, IN THU NHW 11LOCK,
wlicro lio has Just received from New York ami l'hll-
atlelplila a full assortment of
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Jncluainc Upmost faMilonablo. durable nud
AND OIL CLOTH,
COATS AND PANTS,
Of ALL .SOUTH SIZKS AND COLORS,
lie 1ms also replenished his already largo stock of
CLOTHS AND OASSIMBllttS,
He has constantly on hand a largo and well select
ed assortment ot
Cloths and Vestings,
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
of it is of home manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELKY,
OF KVKRV DKSCRIl'TION, FINK AND C1IKA1'.
HIS CASK OF JKWEI.HV IS NOT SURPASSED IN
CALL AND EXAMINE HIS (IKNEltAL ASSORT
iCOUNTER.PLATFORM WAGON &JRACK
d? AGENTS WANTEDS
J.EHD T0r PRJCE LIST
MARVIN SAFE SCALECO.
c265 BROADWAY N, Y.
721 CHESTNUT ST. PHILA. PA.
108 BANK ST. CLEVE. O.
Muicn SI, TC.-ly,
No. Xi HoMcry, New York,
TO WHOM WAS AWAHDED THE
Best Elastic Truss anil Soporler
At thu ureal American Institute Fulr '
t'l'llC Itl'l Tl'UK IN FlIOU U) 10 9) lUVf, .tNOOlftll
(1,000 Hill A CiSK TllKY I'iS.Mir t'l'KE.
'I hey employ a flrst-iluss lud) Miretun. Terms
moderule. t-'urcs ouurunleeU. 'Iho usual dlscounis
lu PulroiiS of Husbuiulry. Kxuiiilniitlous l-'ictt
Orders tilled by luull. Send leu cents for DescrljitlMi
Hook, to Dr.c. W. II. IIIMtNIIAM,
.Mar. vl, 'TC.-ly. (iencrul Suisrliitendeiit,
TERMS: Actual tratcllhg-, boarding-, and other
expense s tit e dollars a sesslun, for taking thu rt-pui t;
uii'l leu tents u folio, ( hundred words, ) for Milting
out Into long-band.
Wheio the iiitiiler reported in onu day eipials or
exceed -t llfly Mltn, Ihe nte-dollar fen wlltl. rciulll
ed, und Hie truiisi'ilhlug Intu loiig-huiiil chiirgcil ut
llflt'i-n tenia it folio; bill, 'it ull such cum-s, If fewer
iiiun nrty ruiios uro purchiiscti, inu mo dollars wilt
Ailifiets, S. N.
WitlWer, A. SI. , I'oiirl-stenog.
I'oltnnhla county, Peiuisjlut-
Itesldence, Iron stieet, between Tlilnl un.1
(mice. With I.'. E.OrvH, Usip ,1'tiIiiinbhiii.litilM.
Ing; enlrunce.opiionttu tho east gutu to thu L-uuil-huuvi
suid, lirot lioor. ilisl door lu light.
onice-hour, rioiu.tttehu to 0110 ocluck,
Ub 18, IsIC-ly
TJ10 Arall Street Indicator.
THIS WKUK'SIBSUnSKNT FKF.IC.
Coiilolns Plcloilal lllustrntloiis of nulls ami Hears.
Also, full nutl 1 oinpli to Instructions how tuoiierutn
In stocks und Mcxk 1'rlt lieges, Cupltal hltsurid
siiggusllotis. Ah, a Hit ot Yalusblu 1'rtuiluiuii to
tiliibs. "send for It."
Hl'UK WALTER X CO., IttuUrs und liroki rs.
1'. o. iiox 4311. 10 Wall bt., New York Ml.
Mar, &J, '70.-1
T AST NOTICK,
rons liidcfatid to II. K Dleneubaeh fsr
or subscription to the OoumsiiN art) borby lioutlc
that uu itooks lisvs (or ssveral tuoutlis past l-oen lu
lliu huniU 01 the inideiiUgiit-J torMdK-cllon. un4
I ha ss-tlleueat 01 tho taint- luUil b pmupiiy mwit.
It'. K. oiivin.
ThnHscrUrorfers for sle. two small lots, ou
(lacn which uro eiwleil a Ksviu dwelling- liuuse,
stubleunil iiicr-hsaryouvbutWWgi AUttlourvacabf
Ms, adjoining tliuulwe Ktia hHMrbUe. Tliosu
lolsiiieoiilhti Uuln rva utur Mlllwuter, Fishing
f?r.M'lr Inu iikliln '
For terms u' ply la
GRAND OPENING t
ULL AS MENDISNJIALIj
HA VlNtl resuineil llie linslness of Mertliali
discing at ids old store, on
MA IX STKKHT, llLOOMSIIUKO,
NEAtl TltK I'OIIRS II0TKU
Desires to cnlltlio nttentloii of his Friends nnd tho
Public geiiernlly,o Ids
N1!V, I'ULL AND VA111UD
STOCK OF GOODS,
Ami solicits n share of public patronage
HIS STOCK CONSISTS 01'
Hoots a snous,
FLOUR AND FL'KD
In connection with his stock tif Mtrcnandlse he
cr.nsunliy keeps on hand In his yard.
A FULL STOCK OF
Dressed and Mresseil Liter,
AND SIItNOLnS OF HIS MANUFACTURE.
Bill Lumber niiulc a speciality.
CALL AND SHE.
T. L. G-UNTON, Proprietor,
MAIN STRUCT, 11KI.OW MAHKi:T.
Manufacturer of and Ecakr in all Linda 0
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WOHKS
We usu thu U-st AMERICAN nnd ITA1 IAN Marble.
lie lias on hand and furnishes to oiler
UltNS, VASKS, &v.
Everv variety ot Marble euttlnir neatly executed at
the lowest market prices.
A long practical experience and personal attention
tn liiilnesH lniiki-H the iiroorletnr eontlilent of elttliL-
salMnetlon. All orders by mall promptly attended
to. I-. ti. oox vni.
tSfX. Jl. Work dtllreml free ncimve.tQa
Aug. 21, '71-ly. T. L. (IIINTON, Proprietor.
.UNYVltlGIlT A CO.,
N. K. Corner hecondaiid Arch Streets,
TEAS, SYRUPS, COFFEE, SUOAIi, MOLASSES
KICK, SI-ICKS, IJICAHU SOD1, 4C, tC.
unorders will receive prompt attention.
ROLLINS & HOLMES
No. 11 renlre Stro
PlniDks Gas aud Steam Fitters
t MANUFACTURERS OF
J? X UT "W -A. IFL E,
(lALVANIZKll IRON CORNICH,
Wiro Trellises, Sic. Dcaleis in Cloves, Katig
es, Furnaces, llaltimore Heaters, Low Down
tirates, Alantels, runll'b, Weather Strips,
of the latest design, special ntlvntlon pnld to re
pairing setvinjr j muc iiuies met cry description. Scales,
Locks. Hell lluiiulinr. Key Flttlutr. Ac. rrlvalo lles-U
deuces Rented bystcuiiiut usiuull t-Oht nbtivo Hot
Air. reti xu, 1 11.
AMMONI.ITKI) SIU'KK IMIOSl'HATK.
Circulars and iinuiysls miillcU frtoon application.
Tor sale by Dealt rsgi in mil), nnd by tlio Importers
.MIMA SI J..II 3 I VSMUS,
No, .LFoiith Delaware Ae., I'ltilnilelplilii
vxaLt no innwjementi lilt iou tee our
Which in thrilling Intel est, iterllug met It, elegance
und cheapness, bus ulisoliitely no equal. It is "Tint
TiiiNti" for Ihe CeiiU-iiiihil peilul-tukes ou sight.
'I he. "North AintTlean RovleW'suys ltH"Uecrv.
log of uiiouulllli tl p111l.se: wu until Ipatu r r It uu ox.
tcnslto populuilty Uio "Uubiwiuo limes'' says,
-Just but It a wo-k bs thnusaiidiot Iho American
people will bo glad 10 possess!" me "Detroit Adver
tiser calls it "pi tfcrublu to uny ct publlslieti." Any
active mail or woman of good uddiuss insured largo
prollts and steady work for n scar. For full particu
lars address J. II. l-'oltli CO.,
April 14 IS w, Yt Turk 1'i.ice, N. V,
tiii 1-Ari.u in m vii.k wmi .
0rVElL & rHESMAH
Adverllslnrj V- Agotits,
THIRf1 4 CHISTNUT T., 6t. t-01118, MO
J-OSTKIUl, AO., C,
Nf-sllj1 ami Cheaply printed at the t'OLUU
il 1 1) day at homo. Agents wanted
v lei an iree. Tiiut4 CO.
A HI3AVY STOCK,
Cliqapcr than Ever!
Si II, MILLER & SON
Have Just, Received
the largest anil best sttpiily ol
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE
They havo ever offered to their ft lends and cus
(jlotlis, (ssimoros, aud Satiaetts
for M UN'S WUAlt,
Cloths, Aliipiicus, Merinos,
for LA OIKS' WKAll,
CAWCOHS, MUSLINS, UAMIiMCS,
nml every vnrlity of Dry (looils ilesireil,
Carpets, Mats, Ottomans,
CLOSED OUT AT COST
incliiiliiiK nil tlic varieties of
COl-'l'i-n-S, TUAS ami SUC1AUS,
ami a general supply of ill ticlcs useful for the
table always on hnnil.
CALL AND SEE.
Country proiluce of all kiml-i taken in ex-
cliatiKe.ftir gooil-t at cash prices.
Till! CHICAdO A NOIITII-WRSTERN RAILWAY
Embraces under 0110 management l0 "real Trunk
wnii.ixt- 1 ttnw nf Un. wrs'l- nnd NORTII'M EST.nilrl.
with Its numerous brandies nnd connections tonus
iho shoitest nnd quickest route beltteeii ChlcnKO
nnd nil tuilnts 111 ILLINOIS. WISCONSIN, NOKTIIBIlN
Minimis, .MiNNhsoTA, Iowa, NsmiAskA, California
and the western Term ones. 11s
Oinulin mill t'alll'ornlix I.lnc
Is tho shortest ami best route for nil polnls In north
ern Illinois. Iowii. Ii.ikoln, M-hrnska, wji.miiiL'
Colorado, Nevada, I'lah, Cailfoinla, oiegon, China,
lapan nun Australia, its
Chicago, .lliwllson &. St. 1'aul I.inv
s Ihe short line for Not them Wisconsin nnd Mtnne
sol.1, and for Madison, st, Paul, MlnneapoIls,llulutli
unit Ull luinta tu 1 hu Kie.il, .ui iii-tt et. im
M'iiiiiiisi mill St. I'clcr I.I no
Is Hie only route for Wlnona.ltoclit-sler, Otvnlonn.i,
M.ihkalo, St. l'eler, New I "1 In, nnd ull points In
huiitherii nnd ccntiul Minnesota. Its
Green 11113-nml HIm'iiivtli Line
Is the only line for.lanesMUc, Wnteilown, Fond Hu
Lac, Oslikosti, Alipleton, Hieen Hay, llsciiuaba, Ne
LMiinee, Manpiclte, lluiiKlitou, Hancock nnd tho
Lake superior countiy. Its
rrct'lioit mill Dubuque I.I lie
Is tlio only roiile ror niglii, Itockford, Freeport, and
ull poll ts Ma i'lcepoit. Its
CliiusigO and niiliviiulicc Line
Is tho old Lako Shore Route, nnd Is tlio o- ly one
passim; through Rvaiislou, Ijike l'oiest, lllL'hland
l'aik, Waukeifan, Racine, Kenosha to Milwaukee.
I'lillnimi I'll 1 a to Car
ant run on all t hroCKli trains of this load.
This Is thu ONLY LINK I'linulm; these cars be
tween Chlcuijii nnd St. l'aul.Chlcairnuiid .Mllivutikec,
or ChlcuL-n and Wlnonn.
At Omaha our sleeneis connectwltli thootcrlaiid
trleepers tin tlio I'l i n l'acltlc Ralhoad for ull points
tM-st 01 t-no .Missouri 1 iter,
on thu unlviil of Hie trains from tlio east or south
Ihe trains of tlio chlciuro Noith-Western Railway
letttu Chlcutro as follows
Foil Council Iill-hs, omaiia ami Caihounia, Tho
tiiroiiKii irnins nuiiy, wiiu i-uiunun pauico "ratt-ine;
room uud slecnlmr cars through to Council I Hulls.
Fob St 1'ai i. anh minnhai-oi is, two through, trulns
uany, tviiu t uuiuuii iiui.ieo turs iittueiieu to uottt
Foit fluKEV Hay anii Lakk SuiTiiioit, two trains
dully, "llll I'tiiiinun paiaeu cars ititaciicu, aim iuii-
ninir inroiiKU 10 .tianiuetie.
l oit .Mii.ttAi'Kt-E. four tliroii''h trains daily. Pull.
ui.incurs 011 nljht trains, jiarlor ihalrcars onday
Fon Sr.niTi anii Winona and nolnlsln Mlnnnsola.
one tlnoiigh train dally, with I'lillm.iu steepcrsto
Foil Diiii-iii'K, M.i l'li-cpoit, two throtlli trulns
dally, with I'lilluinn ens on iili;lit (ruins.
1'Olt lll'llflJL'K ANII LA ClIOsSK, Mil ClllltOll, t0
Ihiiiiieli ualnsdallv, ttttli Pulliiian ciuhuii lil'lit
lllllll IU .tiliilt-Kiil , tuttii.
Foil Sioux Cuv ami YANkTov, iwo trains dally,l'ull.
man cars to MIsmiiiiI Yalley Junction.
Foil I. ask Hknkva, four truths dally.
Fllll ROCKIOHII. MFIII.1MJ. KkNOilA. ilAN'KSVIl I K.
um! oilier iiohils.tou cun littto from lit 0 to ten trains
New York ofllce, No 41.1 llroadttny; lloslon onice,
main ptreti ; tiiii.iu.i tuiiee, -tt.i t-Liinu.1111 Mreei;
Van I-ranclsco olllce. li .Mouleouiert street: Clilc.t.
i;o ticket unices: vt clink street, under Sherman
House; coiner Cu11.1l and Madison streets; Klnlu
street dciot, coiner W. Klnlo unilfuiiu! Slrccls;
Wells street denot. corner Wells and Klnzlu Mreeis.
For rales or Information not alpilnablo Irom jour
home ticket nents, upply to
W. H. Stknnktt,
tlen. Pass. Ag t, Chicago,
SILVER riATED WARE.
Elsctro-Phtod Table Ware,
Ornamental Art "Work
I.N ORRAT YARIKl'Y,
J I A N U F A CT U 1 1 K I ) 11Y TIIK
550 Broad way, Now York.
'1 ho best Plated Spoons und Forks uro those Silver
Mated heaviest ou the parts where necessarily tho
most wear comes, und bearing tho Trade Mark.
1S17 ItOQKHS imOTJIliUS XII.
N. H.-.TIils great improvement In Ellver-Plated
Spoons uud Forks Is uppllttl ullku tucuch grade of
i iaic, a 1, S mid Hi ui., as onlered. Tlio Process nnd
Machinery for miiiiiifut luring Iheso goods are Pni-
enied. Tho Kxtruor '-staiidard P!ulo"inado by this
Company Is staiiiH-d A 1, simply, and is plated a)
licr cent, heavier llian Hie ordinary market stand
ard. rFlrst Preinliims awuulcd ut all rulrs where
exhibited, fn in World's Fair of 1MB to Aliieilcan
Inslliiito Pair, K,73, tncluslte.
Jlureh 10, 'IC-dm.
Awartlisl thu llighe.t Mul.il ut Vienna.
E. & II. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
S'Jl, Jlroadway, New York,
MANl'lAl-lCllLIIS, iMIOinKllS INU DeALEIlS IN
CllliOMOS AND I-'KAMHS,
STHUKOSCOPES AND VIEWS,
L1ILT.MS, OUAl'MOSCOl'Iffl &SU1TAI1LU
We ure hcadiiuurters for etcrj thing lu tlio way ot
Storoopticons and Magio Lautoma,
JI I OltO SCI 1CNTI riCJ LANTKK.V,
SCHOOL LANTKltN, FAMILY LANTKUN
Kath sljlo being tlio ls-stbt Itsclaka lu Uio InarkcL
. t'?JSitlt,iM t '-"I"'!' and Slides, with directions
lor using, Ltui on apiilicallou, suiinm
wiu imIiIu,"11 ,f,6n fu" ,MV" mbMy ,,uhft
SarUitt out" this ml vert Winent fur Ktt
fjueejt! m ivii)-7ui
THE !MOODY SHIRT,"
MADK TO OUVKU ONLY.
A FKHl'HUT FIT 1U A It ANTKKI).
(ientlcinen UctlrlngSlilrUiwIll pleoso dronus a linn
luctory No. ts loiekuwiuiuu Avciiuo.
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
LADICLl'lIA AND ItKADLNO 1()A1)
AHKANOUMUNT OK 1'ASSHNGWt
MAY S9, 187(1.
TlUINS t KAVR llt'l'KUT AS I'OI.I OWS (Sl'MlAY Mcmili
For New York, Philadelphia, licndlne;, 1'oltSMUo
For Catau Issn, 11,53 it. m. nnd T.so p. m.
For Wllllamsport,fi,34 iu 111, and 4,l p. m.
THAtNS FOK IIUI-EIIT
I.KAVB AS FOttOWS, (st'NIlAY SI
l-nvo New York, S,I5 a. in.
Len e Phlladclpliln, ,lr a. in.
U'lnolteiullnir, 11,3 a. in., I'otlsMllc, 12,lo p. m
ltia UnlAwlssa, o,' a. m. nnd l,oo p. m.
teio Wllllamspoi I,12,(mi m. and ryio p, m.
rassenevra iiliI from Now Yoi k nnd l'hllndo
phhiKO throut without chango ot cats.
J, E. WOOTCT.tf,
.Tan.U, HJti-lf, (lenerni Siipcrlntcndcnt.
On mid after November sotli, 1ST3, trains will kino
Krlo Mall 5.20 u. in., arrive Klmlra Il.so n. in
" Cannndalifua... 3.85p, in
Rochester MB "
Niagara I) 40 11
Renovo nccomtnoilal Ion 11.10 a. in. nnlto Mlllun13
rt u.M p. tn.
Klmlra Mali 4.15 a. m., urrlvo Klmlra 10.20 a.m.
UuHnto Kxpress 7.18 n. in. nrrli 0 IlulTalo 8.W n. In.
Uurfalo tix press s.mi a. in. arrive llai rlsburc 4,to a. m
" lialllinoro s.to "
Klmlra Mull H.lSn.m., nrilvo Hurrlsburi; I.Mip. m
" Wlktlllllgton ia.H0 "
" llaltlinoii-C.3() "
" Washington s.30 "
Hnrrlsbiirif accommodation 8.40 p. 111. unit 0 Harris
bui-y 10.&0 i. 111,
nrrho Haltlnioro 2.2Aa. m
' Washington r.,13 "
Krlo Mall 12.M a. in. nrrlt 0 HuiTlsuuri,- 3.ur 11. 111.
" llaltimore 8.40 "
" Washington 10.SR
All dally except Sunday.
1). JI. I'.OYD, ,Ir tlencral Passenger Agent
A. ,T. CASSATT, (lenerni Malinger
'PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
l'liiliKlelplilii & I'.i'ie Ii. I!. Division.
SUMMKU TLMIC TAliLli.
OX nml after SlIN'DAY, AIM!. IN, 187(1,
thu trains on the l'lillailelphla Krlo Rail
Road liiMslon will run us follotts:
KRIi: K.YI'ltRSSlentes New York....
" " ' lliiltliiioro
0 2.t a. m
UM p. Ill
l.'JO p. Ill
n.no 11. in
R.r-n p. 111
ln.au p. m
' " " Ilarrl.sliurg
' " nrr. al W llllaiiispnrt
iaick 11 iteii..
' " " Kile 111 un ii. in
KHIK MAIL leaves New Yolk S.2,'in. 111
" " I hllailelphlii 11..'..-. p. in
" " Italthtioie tuo p. m
' " llanlsburg 4.'itu. m
1 " " Wllllamsptirt HM 11. hi
1 " " lflck llaten ii.jou. 111
' " " Itenoio m.M a. 111
' " at r. at Kile 7. u p. 111
Mtn tut t:riiKss
leatcs Philadelphia.. T.ftln. 111
" llaltimore 7. an 11. in
" llarrlsbiirg. ...10.15 11. in
nil', ut Wllllanispnit., 1.5" p. m
" Ijk llatcii.... s.l.'i p. ut
" ltenmo I. is p. in
" Kline s.4S 11. m
iit-K havkn Acton, leatcs IMilladelplila
" " " " lialllmoie
" " " " llarrlshiirg
" " " arr. ut Vt llliainsporl
" " " " Lock llatcu....
SUNDAY KXPKKSS leatcs New Yolk
" " " lliiltlniore ,
" " " llarrlsbiirg. ...
" " arr. at Wllllaiuspurt....
. 8,00 a. 111
, s ::n a. 111
. 1 v. p. m
. c.iu i. m
. i:m p. in
, n.8- p. in
.11 r..-. p. in
. ii.iuji. in
. -1.10 u. ut
..1.40 U. Ill
l'HIL'A KXPRKSS lenvts Krle
" " " Lock Haven...
" " " Wllltamsport,.
" " nrrlvr s nt llarrlbburg
" " ' llaltimore
" " " l'hlladeliilila.,.,
" " " New York
. 7.00 p. m
. tl.30 11, ut
,. ijiRa. 111
.11 40 It, ,,
. 0.t p. M
. .VII p. Ill
. (1.45 p. in
HAY KXPRKSS lent es Kane COO a. In
" " " Renovo l".luu. in
" " " Lock Haven. ... II. 0 11. in
" " " Wllll.llllspOlt... in 411 p. in
" " nrr. ut llanlsburg 4,ii)p,iu
" " " Phllailelplil.i... , 7.211 p. 111
" " " New York 10 1.1 p. in
" " " li.illliiioro 7.:i.'i i. 111
" " " Washington u.oj p. in
KltlK MAIL leaves Kilo ll.nna, 111
" " " Renovo km p. 111
" " " Lock Haven 10.11.1 !,. ,
" " " Wllll.iiiisinrt ll.iftp. 111
" " arr. ut ll-iiilsbiirg li.t.in.m
" " " li.iltlmoro 7.:i.ia m
' " " Pllll.ldellillla 7.IKHI. in
. " " " New- Yolk 10.K1 u, m
FAST LINi: leuves Wllllamsport la.sr, u. 111
" " uir. ut llanlsburg .i.mu.iii
" " ' ll.tlliiiiorti 7.!,.', 11 ni
" " " l'lillailelphla 7.11.1 u. 111
New York lu.v.l u. in
SUNDAY KXPIIKSS leaves WllU.nnspoit. s.l.la. m
' " nrr. ut llairlsbiu-g 11.111 a. in
" " " Philadelphia,. . :i.::op. in
" " " New York ii.4.1 p. 111
' " " lialtlinoii! T.ti.1 p. Ill
l.rle Mull West. Niagara Kvpu-ss West.l.ot 1J Hav 1 11
Aecoiu. West nud Day Kxpress Kust make close ton
iiecilon nl Nnithuiiilierluiid with L. ,v II. 11. II. I rains
for Wllkcs-llarro and Scrantou.
Krlo Mall West, Niagara Kxpicss West, Kilo
l-.vpiess West and Ltsk Haven Aieoiniiioilallon
VV est iiiako close coiinccll:n ut Wllllumspoit with
N. c. R. W. trulns uoitli.
Kilo Mull West, . Magna L'vprcss Wist, und Hay
Lvpress Kast maku close coniiicllon ut Lock Haven
wlih it. K. v. It. 11 trains.
Krle Mall Rust and West connect ut Kile with
trains on I.. s. M. s it. It, ut cotrv with o. c. A.
.lt It, ul Rnnioiliim with p. N. Y. .v. R, R, mid ut
imrtwoud witli a y. ii. 11,
,1.!!',1,ll"r ''""l Hl" nm lteen Phlladelplii.i mid
WllllaniMioit on Nl.1g.1111 Kxpiess West, 1:1 lo K.
piess West, l'lillailelphla Kxpiess Kust luy
lAiltssLast. al.tl Sunday Kxpiess 1:11st. Sltcplng
Cai-s on all night trains. ' a
Tlme-Tublo No. su, Takes effect ut 4:30 A
MONDAY, NOVKMIIKR n u;a.
p.m. p.m. a.m.1
S lift 11 fiS U IS
a.m. p in, p. m.
-2 21) a 25
S Ikl 3 .11
7 M S 40
m j 4'j
0 3 ... Tujlorvllio...
v si ...Mickniv&mia.
7 41 !1 S7
S ft '4
4 Ci I
. West 1-lllstoii.
3 12 7 3.1
...i-i.v mount ....
Ilunltsk's t rcik,
... .I.lino Ridge
3 27 7 40
" llllK.- L
7 su.Cutawlssa llrldgu.
7 2iil Clark's SwlitTi:.
P-iii. P.m. u.nu
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
TXTM. V. ItOniNK, Iron Street below sec
i-.U, n,0""' IHwiiuiburg, P, is prepared iTdo ? aT
in tbo bost lyl,. at ,ovvt ,M
IVutlM havlfit. mint. .. ..
calling mints - uusu ity
son"ted'kW''rranl(,a,0'''lv' "UateeUoB. Ordem
WM. V, HODINIi
iltticU in, ly,