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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT.BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COl NTY, PA.
"U the sun n bubble ?"nsks an cxcbauge.
Let tis soap nut.
Gen, Sevenyearilcli would lie the ninn to
bring the Itiiulani tip to the scratch,
A Mr. Lmigloo, ofCohoe, lias boon ill.
vorcetl from his wife, Wo don't wonder ho
Every yenr lncrcaM the size of thu circus
in well ns tha sighs of thoto who cannot nf
fonl to Attend.
Prof, l'roctor says the earth Is growing
larger. Wo are glad to hear it, for real es
tate has shrunk fearfully in the past three
How to bay Shingles.
Every farmer ehould guard against having
loo many roofs to support about his farmery,
because If they be covered with shingles It
cmls much to keep them proof against
water. Do not buy low priced Inferior
shingles, under the Impression that they nro
cheap, for in tho end you will find them
very dear. It costs as much to lay them and
sometimes moro than it docs to put on good
ones. Tho best shingles In tho end will al
ways bo found tho cheapest. Experience
has taught us this lesson, for wo have tried
botli good and poor shingles on tho roofs we
have to support.
With regard to laying shingles wo present
our readers with tho viows of a mechanic,
which wo clip from a Canadian journal. Tho
correct way for laying shingles of any length
A San Francisco paper thus records a
suicldo : "He lies down with a shotgun and
hops into heaven with his brains upon his in order to form a tight roof, is to lay the
richt shoulder.' courso
Ihn shortest shlncrles to the weather. For
Tho young woman who said kissing was exampic wie shingles aro eighteen inches
like a sewing machine becauso it seemed Jong mmy of them will not be moro than
good, ovidently alluded to a sowing macume scvcntcen iliclies ln ictlgtlt. Therefore five
with a feller. inches Is all that the courses will bear to be
laid to the weather with surety of forming a
tight roof. The shingles must bo thrco thick
over tho entire roof. If they are not threo
thick, if now and then a shlnglo lacks n
quarter or half a'i inch of being long enough
to make tho threo thicknesses, there will in
all probability be a leaky placo in tho roof
at such a point. Moreover, when the lowor
course lacks half an inch of extending up far
enough to receivo the rain Irom tho utter-
To All, Particularly, Invalids
spring ts a trying season. Indications of sickness
shoulJat once t attended to. fatal diseases may
be cause J by allowing tho bowels to become const!-
ti tltil and tho system to remain In ft disordered con
dition, until tho disorder lius tlmotoilctclopHsel'.
An ounce of prevention Is worth a pound of cure, Is
an old and trutofuroajlne. Therefore, wo advise
all who are tiouWed nith the complaints now very
prevalent lieadaetie, Indigestion, disordered liver,
want of appetite, nausea, or futcrlsh skin, Id take,
w Ithout delay, Hchonek's .Mandrake rills. We know
of no remedy so harmless and decisive ln Its action.
It at onco strikes at tho root of tho discos and pro
duces a healthy tono to tho system, l'eoplo never
need Buffer from any dlseaso arising from a dlsor-1
dered condition of tho liver It they would tnkothts
ercellcnt medicine when they feel tho first Indica
tions of the malady, Families leaving homo for tho
summer months should tako three or four boxes of
theso pills with them. They have an almost Instan
taneous effect. They will relievo the patient of
headacho ln oM or two hours, and will rapidly
cleanse tho liver of surrounding bile, and will effect
ually provent a bilious attack, They aro sold by all
CHEAP iwJllU. Mm
ii ii nil i nu' i nil --mmmsm
ts lunu "iiu'iuiiu ui inu iuiiui ui i tono Asircngin io mc Hjsiera ucduiuucu uyuia-
, OCT., 11, 1S70.
"What is a bat ?" asked a contemporary.
As far as our education extends, a bat is a
thing to encourage a cat to get off aback
fence, and is composed of half a brick.
You can always detect a bachelor by the
way he handles a baby, but to bo safo from
loss it is well to mo a borrowed baby in
making the experiment.
SOITH TOLiSlI, JtE.,
Mil. II. It KTKVENM!
near Mr. I have been Rick two vears with the
liver complaint, and during thatttmeh.no taken a I
great many different medicines but nono or them I
did mo nny good. I was restless nlghbi and had no I
nppelllc. muce lawnginc vcgeime l rest wen unu
relish my fond. Can recommend tho Vegotlno for
vvnai it lias uono lor me.
Yours respect ful ly.
Witness of the above,
Air. (leo. At. Vaughau, Meilfonl, Mass,
Thousands Mill Ixur testlinunv (umlrioir. volun.
tarily) that Vppctlno lstho teit medical compound
yei pmceu ucioiu urn munu lur luiiuvuuuf unu pur-
rylntr tlio Wood, cindlcntlnir ulllmmorous TmnmllU'S
The present financial stringency was sadly most courso in case the middle courso was ting iiml strengthening the i system deijilitated by
SUOVVn yCSterUay 111 IUC griCVUUS iiiuid i iciuut:i, it wuiuu uojun us imi iw i.jr mem I uicut iit-uiiu
drunken man to borrow a quarter from a seven or eight inches to tho weather as to SAFE AlfD SURE.
lamp-post in Park Itow. A. ) Tribune. lay only five or five and a half. Many shin
gles aro only sixteen luetics long, ana many
... , , , , . ... Hiw iukiuoiii8, ........ Unu yielding to the persuaslc
A man in Kentucky was found dead with lUat .are sold for sixteen inches long, will edto try it. At tho time,
....... I D I rrntmrill ildlitlltir nml n.n'nti
several bullet holes in his head, aud the
astute jury summoned to hold an Inquest re
turned a verdict of "death from undue ex
Alexis and his terrier went to a photo-
hardly average fifteen inches. In this case
if the roof be rather flat, say about ono
quarter pitch four and a half inches is as
far as they should bo laid to tho weather. In
case a roof were quito steep it might auswer
tn Inv ll.A nnnivaa tniir nml flimi niinrtpi
prapher and were "took" in every city jncjlM to the wealheri If buildings aro
tucy v.siteu. mc wukc erectea by the job, proprietors should give
euMivl from the terrier by hi. princely air theJr )Craonal attentlon to this subject, aud
Mb. II. It. SrBVKNs;
Inisiajour Veccllno was recommended to me.
lersuasions ot a inenti.i conseni- i
in tlmo 1 wn unrTor-lniF frnni I
ceueral debility and nervous nrostratlons niiDerln- I
uuced by overwork and Irregular habits. Its vton-l
ueriul strengthenlnff ana curative properties fteern.
ftt lu nutui, my iicuiuuufu sjMt'in irom uie iirsi
uose, anu unucr us perbisient use i rnpimy recov
ered, gaining moro than usual health aud good feel
ing. Mnce then I have not hesitated to gte Vege-
sate, suro and powerful agent In promoting, health the nCCeSSilVV Pl'CSSCS. XVPeS ailll
anu restoring mo wasteu sysicm to new uio ana f
The Columbian Printing Estab
lishment is amply supplied with
and a standing collar.
A Wisconsin constablo levied "on the
undivided half of a gray mule. lie wasn't
particular which end lie took, and it was
thirteen days before ho opened his eyes and
recognized his wife.
"But pas," said a minister up town
last Sunday, in dismissing one theme of his
subject to take up another. "Then I make
it spades 1" yelled a man from tho gallery
who was dreaming the happy hours away in
an imaginary game of euchre.
, A poor woman went to an eminent but
eccentric surgeon to inquire what was the
proper treatment for some bodily wound.
"Put on a cataplasm," was the answer.
"But, doctor, it's for a child. "Then put
on a kittenplasm."
seo that jobbers do not lay the coursesa half
inch too far to the weather.
There is another Important consideration
which is too frequently overlooked iu shing
ling, which is breaking joints. Careless
workmen will often break joints within half
an inch of each other. When tho joints of cleanser and purliler of the Wood.
energy. Vegetlno is tho only medicine I use, and as
long as i nve i never expect to nnu a oetier.
Yours truly. W. 11. CLAKK,
120 .Monterey Street, Allegheny, 1M.
Veoktine thoroughly eradicates every Kind of hu
mor, nnd restores tho entire system to u healthy
CJlho "following letter from Itev. fl.w. JlansHeld, I factory lliailllCr,
Uydo l'ark, and at present settled In Ixiwell, must
eonvlnee everyone who reads this letter of the vvon-
ueriui cunuivo qualities ot vegetineosa thorough 1
other material for executing all
kinds of Printing at low rates and
in the most expeditious and satis-
the different courses come so close together,
the roof will most certainly leak. Why
should it not ? There is nothing to prevent
it during a heavy rain. Unless a roof bo
steeper than a quarter pitch, much care
should be taken to break joints not less than
one and a quarter inches. I,et all workmen
and helpers be taught tho vast importance of
rejecting every poor shingle.
Keeping Farm Accounts.
Every farmer knows how to keep accounts
with his neighbor, his mechanics and hired
men. He charges them with what he pays
IIviik Pakk. Mass.. Fed. is. 137R.
Mn. 11. It. STKVENS!
Hear Kir. About ten vears ago my health failed
through tho depleting effects of dybnenNla: nearly I
a i-ar later I was attacked by typhoid fever ln Its
worst form, It settled In iny back nod took tho form
of a large deep-seated abscess, which was fifteen
monMis ln gathering. 1 bad two surgical operations
by the Debt skill ln the stato but received no per
manent cure. I suffered great pain at times and
vv as constantly wcakeneu uy a proiiihe uiscnarge. I
nlso lost small pieces of bone at different times.
Matters ran on thus about seven years, till May, I
1H74. when u friend recommended inotogo to your I
omeoand talk with jouot tho virtue of Vegetlno.
1 did so, and by jour kindness pa-ssed through your I
manufactory, noting tile Ingredients, etc, by win
your remedy Is produced.
CALL AT THE
A Norwich man has invented a plan iu
three narts bv which no ono need lose his and gives them credit for what ho receives.
life in a burning hotel. The first part states Let him do the same with his fields, crops
that a man should never stop at a hotel, and animals. He can purchase for twenty
Omitting tho other two parts, the plan is five or fifty cents, a small account book with
generally considered a success. flexible cover, to make a beginning the first
year. His fields are either named or num-
Col. Brady, a notorious gambler, the other bered. Ho assigns a naee to each field. The
day met a friend who accosted him with : field has been measured with the tape-line toi" your pi
"How aro you Colonel? How have you Lnd its contents calculated and set under the
been of late V "Oh I have had a great mis-1 namc. He must now be williug to devote
fortune," replied the Colonel ; "I have lost a few minutes at the close of each day's
work to entering accounts. This must be
be regarded so important in his mind as not
to be postponed or omitted, but performed
as certainly as his meals are eaten or his
cows milked. Ho charges each field with
the number of hours labor performed on it,
llv what I saw and heard I pained some confidence
I commenced taktnir It soon after, but felt worse
from Its crfects; still 1 perseverd and soon felt It was
benehtlng mo ln other respects, Yet I did not sec
the results I desired, till I had taken It faithfully for
a little, moro than a year, when tho difficulty ln the
back was cured, and for nine months I tiavo enjoyed
the best of health.
I have ln that time gained twenty-flve pounds of
flebh, being heavier than over before ln my 1116, and
1 was never more able to perform labor than now.
During tho past few weeks 1 had a scrofulous
swelling as large as my first gather on another part
UI iuy uuuy.
I took Vegetlno faithfully and removed It le
with the surface In a mouth. 1 think I should have
been cured of my main truuble sooner If I had
taken larger doses, after having become accustomed
Mrs. Brady." "How did you lose her," was
the next question, "at euchre or poker?"
iatrons troubled with scrofula or kldnev I
erstand that It takes time to cure chron
ic uiseases, ana n tney will patiently take vegetine,
it win, iu ujy juugment, euro tnem.
With great obligations I am,
Yours very truly,
(I. W. MANSFIELD,
I'astor of the Methodist Church.
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
plllLADlCLl'IU AND HEADING 110AD
BLOOMSBUBG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NORMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia Count, Pennsylvania.
T. L; GRISWOLD, A. M., M. D Principal.
SSCHOOI-nsatprescntconstltuted, otTcrsthovcrybestfacllltlesfor 1'rofcsslonnl and Classical learning. ,,, i,i ,i,.f,i mire soft,
dings spaciousTlnvitlng and commodious ( completely heated by (.team, well ventilated, lighted by gas, and furnished with a bountiful supplj of purc.soir,
July m, 1S76.
TRAINS I KAVK KPrRRT AS I 01 IOVTS (SCNPA V KXCrHR
For New York, riiiinuciphia, Heading, l'oltsvllln
Tamnn.ua, Ac, 11,83 a, m
For Catavvlssa, lt.33 u. m. nnd 7,36 p. m.
For Vllllamsport,,ss 0,!il n. m. nnd 4,( p, tn.
TWAINS FOR llCrKBT JKAVS AS FOLLOWS, (SCNPAVH
Iavo New York, s, n. in.
Iavn Philadelphia, o,lr, a, in.
Leave Heading, 11,8'jn. in., i'ottsvllle, ls,16p. m
anilTninaqua, 1,30 p. m.
Lcavo Catavvlssa, 0,20 o,!B n, m, and 4,oo p. m.
Leave vvnitamsport ,o,Hi) a.m,1il,oo m. and t,oo p. m
rassengcrs nnu irom new vorknnd I'lillaclo
phta go thromju w lUiotit change of cars.
, O, HANCOCK,
(icneral Ticket Airent.
Jan. II, HT6 tf,
J. E. WOOTTKN,
i .7.., i..iM,,l m nf nma TnnrtiKra rinprlpneccl. efficient, anil i n to their work. DISC Dllnc. Iirni UUl Kino, unuorui nuu uiuiuutju. M.vo- u
mnierntn. wttv perils n week deduction to a 11 exnect ng to teach. Students admitted at any time, jtoomsrcserveu ueu uusuiu.
fiig to teach. Students admitted at any tlmo,
Courses of study prescribed by mo siato
J, Model gchool. II. Preparatory. III. Elementary. IV, Classical.
Adjunct Courses : I. Academic. II. Commercial. IU. Course In Music. IV. Course in Art. V. Course in Physical Culture.
Tho Elementary. Sdentlfle and tlaaslcal rourws are
'Om'SnonuiIil; Wt 'irrri Jtiuaiti iiiuftniucinni hhwivi ui niiuuva i i'1'wiv.i ui ... .
heir attainments,, signed by tho pillcers of tho hoard of Trustees. ,.,,.
' lie courso or Mllliy nrescrnsMi uy luuciaiu isuuei ai, unu uio ocicuiuiu uuu ,iussii.-ai t.uuin.-Biup ""J'V Y ."' r.nmTt Wfiiililnc Inlelll
Thn sunn imiulresa higher order of cltlMnshlu. The tlmos demand It. It Is one of Uio prlmo objects of tills School to help to sec ire It. by f urn siiing inteiii;
-. . . 1 . T . ' m . n.-ii.i , ni. ... .1,11, ina nm nuinrMn. I iinui, win, dowiri, in mm r i it'll iiiih
geiiianaciiceni-ieac craiOT j,or
Catalogue, address tho Principal. , ..,.,..,, u.,,.,,,,
llo. vvIl.ltlA.H i:i,vvi;i,ii iTi-NHieiu iionr,i oi TruU'eN- 1 -
sept, s, lo.-iy
Till! LATISsT STV1.KS IN
Prices lower than any House In tho Country.
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
WM. H. HOSKINS,
STATIONER AND ENGRAVER,
913 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
HARMAN & HASSERT, Proprietors;
Kiist Street, South NldcoT B- II. Ilsiilruail, Itlooiiishiii'B, l'a.
llesDocttully call tho attention of the public to tho following btatements: They manufacture all kinds icf
IltON nml IIHAws CAsTIMiw. '1 hey make I he Celebrated Original and IMPROVED
MONTROSE DPI.O VVS, alao all kinds oi liepairs, butn as.vium iiutuua ruima, uuiuawes
bolts, handles, ic. They also maKo
HEATING AND COOK STOVES
nml nro nrntiared to furnish all kinds nf rnnnlrs. sneh ns llrntes. Flpn llrlek. Ap... vvlinlesalo and retail. They
make the liuitroved t'onl-Hittlnu Urutr rr thu in. 1iiii mv, the most economical Orate ln use,
'Ihev aro also crenand to furnish SAW ANDOIIIST MILL MACHINKItY SHAMINO. PULLKYS, 1c. They
pay especial attention to tno
Repairing of Threshing Machines, Reapers, &c.
The proprietors being practical mechanics, having had an c.trerleneo of over thirty years, tho publlccc.
rely upon liav Ing all vv ork entrusted to tfcem done In the Best Manner and at Fair prices.
Jan. 20, '17-ly
EW STOCK OF CLOTHING.
Boston Traveler : "Faix, thim's moiglity
hard toimes entirely," remarked tho Tattooed
Greek to the Wild Man, tho other evening,
"an' fwhat wid Moody an'Sankeyan' other
divarshuns takin' the people away, they do
be gettin' worse, I'm thinkin." "Dat's so,
boss," replied the WildMan;"dis chile don't
Prepared liy H. R. Stevens, Boston, Mass. coukt house alley,
with a fair moderate price of his work car- Vegetine is Sold by all druggists,
ried out at the end of tbe week to a column
.1vni tn eWiren Tn the. same enllltnn the WHEItE TO ADVERTISE.
, . , - i i . i A. T. Stewarfsi
amount in Talue for seed is also entered, he has ever found
nartlauv founded, was established ln l&3ti. and the
Coi.umbun now enjoys a wider circulation and
f man lteveruiu. ttgocswecK-
promised to explain to her, and, in the
mean time, offered her, courteously, a glass
of flavored and nccnted seltzer water. After
she had finished it, he said triumphantly,
"You see, miss, you have taken your oil and
you did not know it" The young lady
hcreamed out. "It was for my mother 1"
A. T. Stewart'says tho best advertising mediums I
a hna m-up fnxnrf Ihn'nlil nDl.hll.ll nn.nn. I
reacomemoer sicn a penou ou uiprcsuuu m Aftpr the cron is harvested the field s cred- 12 lwV poiiiieauarxieB, uv mo oen-rai county seais
jvuer tue v-rup is narvesieu luonciu n ucu throughout tho Union." "These." ho says "reach
tfe course ot previous spenence. jtcj ,!,, .u. nra0unt in value in an ad- every family of tho least account in their several
... . . , counties, and are moro carefully read than any other
, . r i i ..i joining column. The same courso is pursued class of jonrnais." it ;Mr. Stewart's judgment la of
An assistant of a druggist recently put up J P . . , . . , ' ... value, there is no dimcuity in deciding which paper
. .-0.iiio nf n r,f nOnr nil for ill""" " it is tor ino miertst oi ousiness men to auvertlsB in
' , K , . : .,,,, sheep, or with single animals as with cattle,
young lady. She innocently inquired how 1 ' , . . . . . . .
J fa J J . Iff h spt ilmvn what Is fed tn them, and the
it could betaken without testing it. lie ;,i , ,, .,, i,
approximately what each one has cost him
to raise, and know whether he is gaining or
losing. He will make a number of mistakes
the first year, which hia experience will cor
rect j nnd the practical knowledge thus ac
quired will bo kworth more than the most
perfect farm account book without it.
The Cou'ubu Dkuockit, upon which this paper Is I
snerltv than It ever did. It l-oi
ly into two thousand families ln Columbia and ad-
Gentlemen's Dross Goods.
Invites attention to his largoandclegantstock C
Cheap anil Fashionable ClotMna,
at his store on;
MAIN STltEET, IN THE NEW BLOCK,
whero he has Just received from New York and Phil
adclphla a full assortment ot
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including the most fashionable, durable and!
HiDE-IiouND Titr.Es. Trees that have
Mr. Harry Krskine, who succeeded Mr.
Henry Dundas, afterward Lord Melville, as
T 1 1.1 , f CnAln,1 l.nnr,nnfn tn
v. .... r.i n... f .i,.,ominrT,.i-i long stems exposed to the hot sunaordry
z; : r: r , :;:c ;s .m. what cM m
Htieecli in the following humorous strain :
Kolnlng counties, and by most of them Is read from I
h i first to the last lino. It Is tho only recognised I
exponent ot nearly nvo thousand Democratic voters
ln tho county. It gives advertisements a tasty dis
play, that makes them attractive to its patrons, thus
ensuring greater certainty that they wUl peruse
them. Whllo Its circulation Is undoubtedly much the
largest ln the county, the advertising rates ot tbe
Coi.i'MBUN are no higher than thoso of ether papers
witu oareiy noil anu several not one-iourw me num
ber or subscribers. Pacts llko theso SDcak for them.
selves. No Bhrewd business man will neglect to in
sert his advertisements ln the colembun tf
AND OIL CLOTH,
Important to Lawyers.
Justices of tho Pence, Constables, Executors, Ad
inlnlstrators, lluardlan, Township officers, nnd bust
ness men generuuy.
Wo have on hand a largo assortment of legal
i.i..i..,n, ilmiiutnr AHnrnnva. .IllhllCt'S aUQ COn-
stable's blanks ot all kinds, Noto and Receipt books
tor Administrators sc.
Precipe for Summons.
ltiilo to tako Depositions.
" "chooso Arbitrators.
a cents apiece, or $1.75 per hundred.
Petition for Appointment of (luardlan.
Ttulntn takn DeDOSltlons.
Narr ln Debt, with Confession,
4 cents each or $3.60 per hundred.
Petition for sale of Heal KStaie s cents eatn.
Subooenas. Summons, Warrants, Executions, so to
leases - cents each
11 im lleils iu
Parchment Deeds 13 " '!
Agreements a " '
Ornltnn'u I'nnrf. Knlps 20f0r$l 00
f'onitable's Sales - 3 cents each
Mortgage ana r.oriu
Jk II IrlmU nf VntpM . 1 "
IltrUClUU,. .Ubl'B. HIUW UlUCI'i . W. w.uv.u, "
Onlers, neatly bound, constantly on hand, or made
to oruer ou suon nuuee.
Wo aro prepared to do neater Job work than any
other offlcolu this county.
Editors and Proprietors
Thoroughly Cures Diseases op the Skw,
Beautifies the Complexion, Prevents
and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout,
Heals Sokes and Abrasions of the
Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion.
This Standard External Remedy for Erup
tions. Sores and Injuries of the Skin, not only
REMOVES FROM THE COMI'LEXION all Ulem
ISHES arising from local impurities of the
blood and obstruction of the pores, but also
those produced by the sun and wind, such as
tan and freckles. It renders the CUTICLE
MARVELOUSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH and PLIANT,
and being a WHOLESOME BEAUT1F1ER is far
preferable to any cosmetic.
ALL THE REMEDIAL ADVANTAGES OF SUL
rtlUR JlATHS arc insured BY THE USE OF
Glenn's Sulphur Soup, which in addi
tion to its purifying effects, remedies and PRE;
VINTS KHEUMATISM and OOUT.
It also DISINFECTS CLOTHING and LINEN
and FREVENTS DISEASES COMMUNICATED BY
CONTACT with the TERSON.
It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald
ness, and retards grayncss oi the hair.
Physicians speak of it in high terms.
Prices 25 and 50 Cents perGake; per
box (tf uakes), ooc. ana si.au.
N. B. The so cent caltcs are triple the sue of those at
" UILUS HAIR AND WHISKEK DYE,"
JJlock or Ill-own, 30 tt-nts.
(!. N. CMTTEJTON, l'rop'r, 7 Sutli Av.,S.Y.
Oct. 8, 70.-ly,
On and after November 20th, 1ST3, trains will lcavn
SUNllUltV as follows i
Erlo Jtall c.20 a. tn arrive Elmlra n.so a
" Cannndalgua... s.ssp.m
Niagara., , g 40 "
Kenovo accommodat Ion 11.10 n. in. arrive Williams
rt 12.65 p. in.
Elmlra Mali 4.15 u. m., arrive Elmlra 10.20 a. m.
llunalo Exprss 7.15 a. m. nrrlvo Uuffalo 8.50 a. m
llulfalo Express 2.50 a. m. arrive llarrlsburg LSo a.tn
" Haltlmoros.to "
Elmlra Stall 11.16 a. in,, arrlvo llarrlsburg l.tson.m
" Washington lo.So "
" Washington 8.S0 "
llarrlsburg accommodation 8.40 p. in. arrlvo Harris
burg 10.50 p. m.
arrive liauimoro 2.25 a. in
" Washington 0.13 "
Erie Malt 12.65 a. tn. arrlvo llarrlsburg 3 05 a. m,
" lialttmoroMO "
" Washlnirton 10.05 "
All dally except Sunday.
1). M. BOYD, Jr., Ucncral Passenger Agen
A. J. CASSATT, (lenernl JIanage
Tlinc-Tablo No. 39, Takes effect nt 4:S0 A. M
.MONDAY, NOVUM IlEIt 22 1975.
p.m. p.m. a.m
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7 55 S 49
7 40 3 42
7 40 3 37
I 83 3 32
7 27 3 27
7 22 3 23
7 IS 3 111
7 15 3 II
7 15 3 17
7 07 3 12
7 (13 3 UO
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10 11 2 62 C 65
Id 10 2 6S 7 01
10 20 3 04 7 1)6
10 23 3 07 7 11
10 27 3 10 7 15
10 27 3 17 7 25
10 82 3 22 7 S5
10 3 5 3 27 7 40
10 40 3 32 7 41
10 4 4 3 37 7 6J
10 62 3 45 S 15
11 Id 4 00 S 25
11 17 4 16 8 45
11 23 4 21 8 65
11 31 4 3 9 05
11 30 4 37 C CO
11 SJ 4 41 US
1 1 4.1 4 40 7 20
11 61 4 53 7 OS
11 67 6 12 7 40
12 1 2 5 08 7 45
2 07 5 14 7 62
12 10 5 20 8 60
12 25 5 BS 8 25
12 32 5 47 8 40
12 30 6 62 8 47
12 61 C 10 9 15
p.m. p.m. o.m.
vv. r. 11AI.STKA11, Hupt.
Superintendent s onicc, scranton, Dec. 10, 1875.
. Wcbt Pulsion...
..riv mount ,muc.
, lierwlck ....
M. C. SLOAN & BRU,
ALBRECHT & CO.
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
TllOUiS 11. 1UKTU4N.
OPALLSOItTS SIZES AND C0LOHS,
Ho bos also replenished his already large stock of
CLOTHS AND CASSIMII1IKS,
'Tickle, my client, the defendant, my Lord."
The auditors, amused with the oddity of the
speech, were almost driven into hysterics by
the Judge replying, "Tickle her yourself.
Harry, you aro as able to do It as I."
To Pnr.vP.NT Accinr.NT. There was re
cently a trial for murder in Ireland, in
which the evidence was so palpably insuf
ficient that the Judge stopped tho case, and
directed the jury to return n verdict of "Not
guilty," A well known lawyer, however,
who wished to do something for tho fee he
had received from thedefendant,claimedtlie
privilege of addressing the Court. "We'll
hear you with pleasure, Jlr. Ii ," said
the Judge; "but to prevent accident, we'll
first acquit the prisoner."
bound," That is, the old bark becomes in
duratedcannot expand and the tree suf
fers much in consequence. Such an evil is
usually indicated by gray lichens, which
feed on the decaying bark. In theso cases
a washing of weak lye or lime water is very
useful; indeed, where the bark is healthy,
It is beneficial thus to wash trees, as many
eggs of insects are thereby destroyed. We
would, however, again refer to linseed oil as I
a wash, as more effective lor insects, and
would, perhaps, do as well for moss and lich
ens. After all, theso seldom come when trees I
aro well cultivated. It ia neglect makes
poor growth, and poor growth lichens. I
Feeding Cattle, A change of food will
be a great help in quickening the appetite
of stall fed cattle. A pint of molasses mixed
with a feed of oat straw and meal, will be ta-
This may be given once I
CllGrry PGCtOrSl When special material is required
AND PLAIN VESTS,
For Diseases of tbe
Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs, Colds,
it will be promptly obtaineil.
ThprA linvA Itppn nlfmtv nf TniUnn hrnvpa I
the- Exhibition, but the first genuine! ken very readily.
feathered, moccasined, deer-skinned squaw I a day, and one or two ounces of salt with an
made her appearance yesterday. That she I alterative feed. Boots sliced and sprinkled
was ft thoroughbred member of Sitting Bull's with either cotton or linseed cake meal, will
family was put beyond doubt when she yell-1 be very healthful, A few apples will be
ed at an urchin who stealthily pulled a useful between meals. A pound of meal
feather from her head-dress. "Had luck to stirred in the drinking water will help. By
ve ve pale-faced spalpeen ." Here varying the food in this way one can hardly
she recovered her native tongue. "Ugh 1" ever ieed (fattening stock so as to pall the
she exclaimed, clenching a ponderous fist, I appetite.
"bad little brave."
At the New York Farmers' Club a farmer
Our readers will thank us for the follow- having experience with chestnut posts said
ing sure preventive against hydrophobia in that he had found that chestnut posts of
dogs : "Boll three tablespoonsful of salt and young timber lasted much longer than old ;
an ounce of carbolic powder in a pint of wa- that those set top end down will last nearly,
ter, squeeze in a lemon, and then let a piece if not twice as loDg as those set butt end
of meat simmer in the mixture to give it down. Also, that smaller posts, say three to
on attractive taste. Take out tho meat, and lour inches ln diameter, outlast larger posts,
put the liquor in a cool place. Then while The best size for enduring is from four to
the remedy ii cooling lead the dog eight inches in diameter; the larger sizes
out behind the barn and Blioot him between above five inches to be split.
the eyes with a Kemlngton rifle. One pint
of tho liquor will be found enough for 100
In re private theatricals, the following ex
tracts from a fair correspondent's letter will
be found interesting: "Of course, dear, no
one would be tho 'messenger1 (what Amateur
ever would be?) ; so at last we had to im
press one of the footmen into the service;
but the stupid thing instead of rushing out
and shouting, 'My lord, Jeanne d' Arc has
been executed, with fire and stake, iu tbe
Owls are oi immense service as vermin
destroyers. An English gamekeeper found
an owl's uest with one young bird in it. lie
visited it for thirty consecutive mornings, I
and in that time removed from it 105 rats,
4'J, mice, 11 shrew mice, 2 robbing, and 1
sparrow, This was, and well It might have
been, over and above what the owl s con
Tho reputation it haa attained, in consequence ot
the marvellous euros It has produced during the
latt half century, Is a eufllcient asturancc to tho
public that It will continue to icahzo the happiest
reaulu that can be desired. In almost every
section or countiy thcic arc persons, publicly
Lnown,who navebeen restored from alarming and
even desperate diseases of the lungs, by its use.
All who have tried lt,acknovv ledge its superiority ;
and where its virtues are know u, no one hesitates
as to what medlcmo to employ to relieve the dis
tress and suffering peculiar to pulmonary affec
tions. L'liKititr P1.CT011AL always nirords in
stant relief, and pel forms rapid cures of the
milder varieties of bronchial disorder, as vv ell as
the moro formidable dicaecs of the luogs.
As a safeguard to children, amid the distress.
Ing diseases which beset tho Throat and Chest of
Childhood, it is invaluable ; tor, by its timely use,
multitudes are rescued and lestorcd to health.
This medicine gains friends at every trial, as
thu cures it Is constantly producing aro too re
inarkablo to bo forgotten. No family should bo
without It, and those who havo onco used it
Eminent Physicians throughout tho country
prescribe it, and Clergymen often iccomnicndlt
from their knowledge of its effects,
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO,, Lowell, Mass.,
Practical nml Analytical Chemists,
Books and Pamphlets,
Haml-Bills and Dodgers,
I Large and Small Posters,
Letter and Bill Heads,
Envelopes with Business Cards,
Bussiness, Pic Nic, Wedding and
Programmes, Bills of Fare, &c.
"Will all bo supplied and exCllted I manner. All his clothing is mane to wear and most I
of It la of home manufacture.
lis has constantly on hand. a largo and well select
ed assortment ot
Cloths and Vestings,
which he la prepared to moke to order Into any kind I
ot clothing, on very short notice, and tn the beet I
TEAS, CANNED FHU1T,
Spices of all kinds, Glass & Queenswaro
Foreign and Domestio Fruits,
AND GENEKAL LINE OF
liussell's Old Stand,
lh tloor below Market street, Bloomsburg, l'a.
If- (ioods delivered to all parts ot the town.
April 117, '77-lf
in superior style, at cheap
rates and short notice.
tout uy a i.i.
OCt. 13, 167-ly
Tho best workmen aro employed
and tho best material will
always bo furnished.
O. A. IIUKItlrVG
RESPECTFULLY announces to the tmblic
that be has reopened
oldatandl Uloomsbur&r. l'a.. at
Forks ot the Kspy and Light street
1 f you desire V eeplug tbe grass from cov
ering up tlie pavement and choking up the
market. place iu Itouen I' walked on just as gutter, simply make a atrong brine and
if he were announclngluncheon, ami drawl- wueI) the weeds first appear, salt them down.
edont,"3riud. Johnnie Dark 'as bin cxecu- This done a few times will completely de-
ted frying fcteak In tho market-place iu Utroy them and aave considerable hartl work I of every description in the country, Thepubllcpat
... I A umiLW 1 rftn.1 full V fmlli'ltMl-
f""". uuruig me niiiuuirr. uioouutuurg , uci. 1, tsio
(old stand) Vloomsburg, I'o., at the
roads, where all descriptions of
leather win Do inaaein tna most
substantial and workmanlike manner, and sold at
prices to suit the times. The highest price In cosh
will at all times be paid for
u 11 r; k n ill 11 1: a
A liberal share of public patron
age is respectfully solicited.
Bloombbubq, March 23, 1877.
GOLD WAT01IKS AND JEWELUY,
OF EVERY DESCllirTlON, PINE AND CHEAP.
HIS CASE OF JEWELUY IS NOT HUM'ASSBD IN
CALL AND EXAMINE 1113 QENEKAL ASSORT
FACTS FOR TILE PEOPLE.
v.rtBtnr tiiR Farmer Facts for I he Merchant-
Facts for tho Horseman Facts for tho KUiek-raiser
k'tifiu fnr iiih I'nunrv.itutfiker ruL'La lur um urc-
keeper-Facts for tho Lawyer-Facts for the Luborcr
Kta lor tha Frult-ralnor-Facts for Uio Hardener
Facts tor the Doctor Facts for the Dairyman 1
Facts for tho iiouscnoiu roots tor every luiuujr nuu i
wants to save money.
FACTS FOR AGENTS.
That this Is the most Important advertisement for
you yet published, being the best chance to make
money over orfered. The press endorucs K, your
own paper enaurbes it, ever; una cuuuroco it.
The Book of the Nineteenth Oontury.
Male and female agents coining money on It, vend
to ua at onco and iret circulars free, jnuuam.bmu H
& 1IIJVCK, 731 Walnut Street, 1'hILulelphla, Fa.
May 4, 'l7-8ra
mm this date the Bloomsburir das Comnany will
put ln service pipes at Unit cost and furnish and set
meteis at four dollars each.
1 no company uave uu jitum u juv ui khjs dujivu
nr naintini? roofs, and no&ts or other umbers Placed
OC. 16,10-., 1 W. MILLER,
Us not paMlr earned ln these times but It
can bu made tn three months by anyone
' nf either sex. ln anv DarL OI the COUntiT
no la winini.' to work steadily at the employment
that we furnish, ta per week ln your own town.
Vou need not bo away from home over night, you
can clve your v. bote Urns to the work, . or oniy your
spare moments. It costs nothing to try ; urn bus!.
11. IUU.ITT Co., l'ortland, Maine.
jreo. io 'ii lyr
TVINS' PATENT HAIR C1UMFER8
I Adopted by all the queens of fashion, fiend for
CIroular. K, 1VINB, No. vwwNoriu ruin Btreet,
l'h u autipnia, l'a. dc., i-iu j vv
At tub Columbian Offiojb,
Tho Ai.nitKCiiT A Co. riANos nro
first-class in every respect, hoing con
sidered tho leading Philadelphia
mnko by musicians and competent
judges. Through their extensivo
facilities', Messrs. Aliihectit & Co.
nro enabled to turn out instruments
that aro not surpassed anywhere, and
fctill sell them at prices within the
reach of all. No Piano is permitted
to leave their factory unless biitisfuc
torv to tho most minute particular,
hence their guarnntco of fivo years
is n. thintr of value. All late im
provements of importance aro found
IU Ull'feU lUSlUllllUJllS.
Missus. Alhrixht fe Co, havo re
ceived tho most flatterini; Testimo
nials from L.M. Gottschalk, Fhanz
Airr, Gost.vvk Sattf.h, J. F. 1 Iimmels
lucif, William Woihieffer ami
many other eminent artists, besides
being aoio to reicr to inousnntis oi
privitto purcnascrs, scnoois, scini
naries. societies and teachers.
Pianos conscientiously selected per
orders by mail, carefully packed nnd
Bhipped safely to any part of tho world.
8aSf-F0r further particulars as to
references, prices and terms, address,
ALBRECHT & CO.
610 Aroh Street, Philadelphia.
lyll , 187.-ly.
Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Sleighs,
1 LATFOHM WAH0N3, SC.
First-class work always on hand.
ItKPAIllING NEATLY DONE.
Prices reduced to suit tho times.
Jan. o, ISTT-tt
XllU VJUllllUUllMl UllW iUl-ilVUb.
A complete record for tho u&o of attorneys. Con
veniently arranged for tho docketing of all cases
containing MX) pages, with doublo Index. This Is
the mobt complete book for lawyers that Is pub.
Published by Brockway & Elwell
Editors aud Proprietors of the Columbian,
1 AT THE OFFICE OF, t. ;
733 Sinsom St,, PHILADELPHIA,
Ulio tiro fiur uuiborUcd nireuts, nnd wIU
receive Advvrlliteuii'nts at uur
LOWl'.ST CASH HATES.
PUACTICAIi PIAXO iAKi:n,
TINEK AND ItEPAIUEK.
FIRST CLASS PIANOS AND ORQANS FOR SALE.
SECOND HAND PIANOS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
OKDEll UV MAIL I'HOMITLY EXECUTED.
Bocured for mo
di an leal devices
iraao marif B,ae
Blena and com-
pounds. Labels registered: Infringe inents, rel&auea
TT"ri?AJMVYDC Bhould send us a model
liN V JlilN XUitoorBlcetcU of their lnren
tlou, and will glvo our opinion aatolU patenta
bility free of churgo. Fees moderate, and uo rhurife
until pnlrut U ui'curt'tt,
We will upon con. Id cent fee, prosecute cases that
nave ucen iirj o,vj i vy uxa 1'uieut umce.
We nave clients In every mate in ttio Union, and
iiititu luiiuii j luiuuKuyuur -uugreoaiuan tut io
standing oeforo thel'atentontce.
Send for circular j tor further Information, ter
and references, ma Wished In lbtic.
icitors of U. S. ail Foreip
711 G: Street; N. W.
Tlilrtcciilli anil Filbert Sin.
MiNCl'iCTCTEKS 0' TlTENTS
WroniM-Iroii Air-Tight Heaters
Willi ShakliiK nml C'Hiiker-Jrlinllntf Orutei for
lIuriiliiK Anlbmclte or IlliumltiuiiM i'vul
FOK BITUMINOUS COAL,
Cooking Ranges, Iiow-down Orates,
Dchcrlptlvo Circulars sunt i kkk to any address.
EXAM1NH BEFOltE SELECTINQ.
AprU , 17-ly Uu
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
"VTtpr. F. IIODINE, Iron Street below Bee
klJaoOHd, Mooinsburg, l'a., is prepared lodo al
FA PER IIANG NG
lathe best Btyles, at lowest I prices, and at abort
fartleanaTtDBucUwort:todo will nave money
caulnK oq me.
AU work warranted to give uatuiactlon. Ordcin
WM. F. BODINE.