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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT.BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COINTY, PA.
This auhject Is ngaln on the carpet, nnil
thero aro na many view ns there nro writers
us to when, hnw often nnd how much water
n tiorso Is to be allowed daily. Somo tlitnlc
once a tiny Is enough, omo Itwlcp, somo
th rice, and gome Mint writer MimiM always
tie In reach nf nliorso when in the stable I
l'cople accuitomeil to use, feed and rater
hnrs's soon find out ltotv to treat them, and
in this treatment hnw often they should be
watered dally. Thoe who only ilrivo horses
and know nothing tuore about thcra, may
neglect them through Ignurauco or Inatten
tion, but must Understand that they should
be watered threo times a day at ruular In
tervals with cool water In summer, If it can
bo had and a mild water In winter. Pump
or spring water meets theio conditions. If
driven they should not bo watered until
cooled oir, and then they should be allowed
as much as they can drinlr, and not driven
again immediately after. In the stable thesa
tilings settle themselves. The common
practice Is to water beforo feeding. Horses
watered threo times, a daymorning, noon
and night will be in far better condition
fur work of any kind than if watered half a
dozen times, as somo peoplo driving allow
their horses to he. They will sweat less
and be more lively, and we believo will bo
in better health. Ouco a day or twice a day
even Is not sufficient, though horses can get
along with It as can cattle, but it Is not ad
v'sablo or humane. In Gelds where there
aro full watering troughs cattle will bo found
to go to them about threo times a day and
horses too same.
Sponging out the mouths of horses at stop
ping places wo never allow; in the first
place wo do not consider it of any benefit;
and In second it may convey dlseaso from
one animal to another. Gtrmantoan Tele
graph. Hogs in Orchards.
My experience Is decidely to put tho plow
and harrow through the orchard as early as
the ground is fit ; again in Juno turn under
tho weeds. While the orchard Is young
plant potatoes or corn, or when older and
some crop can be raised, sow oats and let
the hogs harvest them ; not fifty hogs to the
acre, for that turns the orchard into the hog
yard. I never said mako a hog yard of the
orchard but five hogs to the aero makes it
a hog pasture. I have pastured my orchard
with hogs for many years and have not
known but one tree injured by them, and
that stood where we daily threw crn to the
hog, and when I saw that the ground was
hogged too heavy, I threw some dry Oagc
brush around it, and the treo is doing well
and bearing bountifully. The limbs of my
old orchards are a little too low, and when
I plow I can't get quite as near tho trees as
I would like to, leaving a square patch of
-grass. Well, the hogs have given mellow
cultivation to at least 1,500 out of 3,000
trees. What do you think the hogs were
rooting under the'trees for! Insects f I guess
so, for my apples are comparatively free
from insects. Some one raid if the hogs are
rung they won't hurt the orchard, I would
not have my hogs rung for a dollar apiece I
I had but fifty hogs in forty acres. I think
if I bad 100 they would have done twice as
much work. But they worked well and
earned their grass, weeds and corn every
We" happened tho other day to pass a field
In which the owner was cutting one of the
finest .crops of herdgrass we have seen this
year. As It wai the last of July, and the
grass was just in blossom, wo stopped and
asked the reason why it was so late. The
answer was: "It was sown down last fall.
We had potatoes here last year, and after
they were dug in September, I plowed the
land, barroned in a light coat of manure,
and sowed it to herdgras. By doing this I
have got a good catch, and a crop of grass a
year earlier than I would had I not
sowed it down until last spring. I shall
serve my potato field the same way this fall,
tor I am tired of trying ;to get a catch wi'h
grain. Oats are sure death to grass, and
this crop of herdgrass is worth much more
than what wheat I could have off the land
would have been. If we could sow clover
in the fall and'make it live through the
winter as herdgrass will, I would never sow
another grass seed In the spring. iV. II,
Mirror and Farmer,
Mr. Henry 31. Stanley has'arrived on the
west coast of Africa, after a terrible journey
across the continent along the line of the
Lualuba, which he has found is the Congo
river, Stanley started on tho ISth of No.
vember, 1870, and traveledverland through
Uregga with his party. On his passage
down tho Congo many of his men were
killed, and bis voyage is described as a con
tinual fight. Once the natives attacked his
party in flfty.four canoes but were beaten
off. Stanley says in his dispatch :
"My grief is still new over the loss of my
last white assistant, the brave and pious
young Englishman, Francis Pocock, who
was swept over the ialls of the JIassassa on
tho 3d of last June. My faithful compan
ICalulu, is also among the lost."
On the same day that Pocock was lost,
Stanley with seven mpn. wprn Rlmrwhlrawn
inq the whirlpools of the Mowa Falls, and
six weeks later he, with the entire crew of
the Lady Alice, were swept over the falls of
A Town of Dwarfs.
A writer In the London. Timet describes
the effect of excessive intermarriage on the
inhabitants of Brotes, a little town in the
province of Bantander, Spain. Until elgh
teen or nineteen years ago tho village was
quite snut on irom the rest of the world,
its Inhabitants, from their ever-recurrine
intermarriages, had become quite a race of
uwaris. un market days the priests mleli
be seen, with long black coats and hich
black hats, riding In to purchase the simple
provision for the week's consumption, men
of little intelligence and no learnlng.sprung
irom me lower ranks. About elghtee
years ago the Galician laborers, or Qalle
goes, from the mines of Oalicia, swarmed
into the town (or lodging, etc., and since
tuelr colonization the population has lu
creased in strength, stature, education, n
tellect and morality. Their Intellects also
have improved Intellects which have been
stunted, dwarfed and ruined by their fre
Gail Hamilton joys this "voluntary resi'
nation" by cfiico holders all over tho eouutry
is very much like that of the old farmer'
wife. "Was tho willing to die?" inquired
tho tyuipathlzing neighbor. "Willing," re
plied t lie Liull old widower, "the was ollceg-
cu to I
I'll ail and Solh.
Chad and Setlt were great eronlc, though
Chad's father was a lawyer, and Scth's
was n blacksmith, But, then, tho one was
a very good blacksmith, and tho other a
very poor lawycr,nnd this lessened tho social
There was an opinion floating about the
village, that Chad ami Seth were bad boys.
But tho evidence for this was very Intangi
ble. People were ready enough to pro
nounce them "a pair of precious young ras
rals," but when a man was asked for nn in
stanco of their rascality, ho could assert
nothing more definite than that they were
always up to some mNchlef.
Tho truth of the matter was that Chad
and Seth wero two young democrats, full to
the brim of life and spirit, who liked fun
better than anything else. Indeed, they
considered fun tho chief end of boys. They
sometimes pursued it thoughtlessly, perhaps
recklessly, nnd often violated the proprieties
in Its pursuit. But thero was nothing mean
about these two boys. To use Chad's favor
ite word, they were not sneaks. They were
fair on the play-ground, often generous, nnd
Seth especially, had a soft spot under bis
sooty jacket. He was tender with all the
weak. Little boys and "them girls" knew
very well their knight.
Chad and Seth were near tho same age
just turned thirteen.
The worst thing I knew about Seth was
that ho didn't keep his hands and face clean.
As for Chad, tho greatest fault I found with
him was that he persisted In his companion
ship with Seth, when ho knew that his moth
er would have preferred him to look higher
for a friend.
His mother bad raised no serious objec
tion to the association, but Chad knew her
preferences, and should have respected them.
But Seth had a great fascination for Chad,
He was a moro important factor in Chad's
enjoyment than all the other boys in tho
"But his father's a blacksmith," Chad's
mother said one day.
"How can Seth help what his father is ?"
Chad asked warmly. "If we boys had the
bossing of our fathers, Seth might have had
bis a lawyer, and I'd bad mine a black
smith. I'd rather be a blacksmith any day
than n lawyer. A lawyer don't do anything
that I know of except to read old papers,
and then go to the court room and speak
his piece. I hato to read writing, and I
don't like to speak pieces, any way, if there
aro girls. But a blacksmith's work's jolly
blowing his big bellows till the forge is
red and splendid. I love to see the red-hot
irons, and to hear the hammer ring on the
anvil, and to see the sparks fly, and the
strong iron bend just the way it's wanted
It's better'n fire-crackers and rockets;
akes a lellow feel like giving three cheers
and a tiger. And a blacksmith works with
horses. My sakes I I just wish I could be
blacksmith. Say, may I go, mother?"
Chad was teasing to go and play with
"Why, Chad, I should think you'd feel
mortified to be seen with Seth. His clothes
are dirty and sometimes ragged,"the mother
"I ain't goin' back on Seth for that,"
Bald Chad, stoutly, "tie can't help it. His
mother's tho one to haul over the coals for
that. Any way,I'd like to wear dirty clothes
myself sometimes, 'stead of being kept all
the time starched and ironed. I could play
lots better in old clothes. You ought to
see Seth play; he just pitches in, rumblety
tumblety. He can tnrn the jolliest somer
saults that ever I saw. I've seen him turn
em, one after another, all the way from the
top to the bottom of that big red sand-hill
don't you know? by Squire Bowers's.
Tell me, mother, if I may go.
'I'm afraid Seth's a bad boy ; people say
'He aint bad," said Chaj, warmly. "He's
sneak. Folks think if a fellow don't'
stay In the house and read all the time, he's
bad, Seth aint any of your sickly kind.
Ho's the jolliest boy in this town, and I
can't have any fun without Seth. That's all
there is about it. There isn't another boy
to play with. Now I"
"There's Frank Finley." the mother sug
"j;ranK iinleyr exclaimed unad, with
tone of contempt. "Why, mother, he's
the spooniest, the dumbest, the finniklest,
and chickenest milk-sop that ever I saw.
He parts his hair In the middle, and wears
curls stringing down his back. All the fel
lows call him Fanny, all except" and
Chad's cheeks flushed and his eyes brigh
tened with tho triumphant vindication of
is friend, "all except Seth, mother ; Seth
never calls him names ; be always stands
up for Frank. He takes Frank in his lap
on the sled, just like a baby, to keep him
from tumbling off. And Seth's the best
skater on the pond ; but be oiten loses the
race, when we boys race, because he's got
Frank Finley, tugging him along. And
Seth always chooses Frank on bis side in
toss-up, 'cause the other fellow wont have
him. I tell you, Seth's a high old trump.
Mayn't I go, mother?"
"Yes, I suppose so ; but I don't see why
boys have to catch all theslang that's float
ing around," said the mother.
But Chad did not bear the remark. With
the first word of his nwther's reply, he had
rushed for the street, slamming and banging
the doors after him.
Sarah Winter Kellogg, SI. Xieholaior Oc
The Suicides' Hotel.
The Suicides' Hotel in the Latin Quar
ter, Paris, has been torn down. Ten years
ago a young student, despairing and In love,
blew out bis brains in the room which he
was occupying, and just one year afterward
another student committed suicide in the
same room. The proprietor of the hotel was
alarmed at the fate of these unhappy stu
dents, and the room was transformed into a
lumber closet. A few months afterward a
waiter, who had been accused of theft,Jcrept
Into this lumber room and banged himself.
The superstitious hotel keeper was now in
dlspalr. lie surrendered the lease and aban
doned the chamber of death. The hotel was
repeatedly sold, but its reputation was un
canny and nobody could thrive there. A
strong minded druggist took possession of
the premises and carried on bis business
there, but finding his wife bad deceived bim
retired to the fatal chamber and there pois
oned himself with bis own drugs. The
whole quarter was up in arms aud de
manded that the room ihoutd be walled up,
but the new owner laughed at the fears of
bis neighbors, and declared that he meant
to occupy the chamber himself. At last
notice was given that tho place wa to be
pulled down to make room tor the Boule
vard SalntQermaln, An indemnity of tSO,
000 was demanded, but refused, and the
jury having decided that $17,000 was arapl
compensation, the owner grew despondent,
and declared ho was a ruined man. A month
ago be asked permieilon to visit Mia old
premises before they were pulled down
His request iraa granted and nothing more
was heard of him until the workmen found
htm hanging by the neck in the fatal room
HCUKNCK'S rillMONlO SYRUP,
For tho Cure ot Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
Thft groat vlrtuo ot this medicine Is that It ripens
tho matter and throws It out of tho system, purines
tho mood, and thus effects a euro.
SetiCDck's Kca Weed Tonic, for euro of Dyspepsia,
Tho Tonlo produces a healthy notion ot the stem,
sen, creating on nppeltto, forming chyle, and curing
tho most.obstlnato cases of Indigestion,
Schcnck'a Mandrako rills for tho euro ot Liver
These pills aro alterative, and produeon healthy
action ot thi liver without the least danger, nsthcy
aro freo from calomel, and jet more emcaclcmsln re
storing a healthy action of the liver.
Tnsso remedies aro a certain euro for Consump
tion nsttio Put-conic Syrup ripens tho matter and
purlnem tho blood. Tho .Mandrako Mils act upon tho
liver, creato a healthy bile, and remote all diseases
ot tho liver, often n camo ot onsumptlon. Tho
Sea Weed Tonlo gives tone an J strength to tho stom
ach, makes a good digestion, and enables tho organs
to form good blood ; and thus creates a healthy clr-
culatlon ot healthy blood, Tho combined action ot
these medicines, as thus explained 111 euro ovcry
casoof Consumption, It taken In time, and.tho uso ot
tho modlclncs persevered In,
Dr. Fchcnck Is professionally at his principal of
fice, corner sixth nnd Arch streets, Philadelphia, cv-
ry .Monday, where all letters for advlco must bo ad
dressed, bchenck's medicines forsalo by all Drug
Itsmedlcil DrowrMea aro Alterative Tonic- sol.
vent ami Diuretic. Thero l no dlseaso of tUohu
man system for which tho Vegetlno cannot bo used
wtiu perfect saft'tv, ns it docs not contain any me
tallic ur poisonous compound. It Is composed ex
clusively of barks, rootx, and herbi i it is very pleas
ant to take ; every child likes It. It Is safe and roll
able, as the following evidence will show :
REV. O. T. WALKER SAYS:
The following unsolicited tfistlmonal from Hpv. n.
T. Walker, I). l.t formerly pastor of I!ot da In -square
Church, Hoston,and at present settled In Pi uvldeno,
It. I., must be deemed 04 reliable evidence. No one
should fall to observe that this testimonial Is tho re
sult of two year's experience with tho use of Vcro
Wne In Itev. Mr. Walker's family, who now pronoun
ces It Invaluablo :
Providence, It. I., m Transit street.
It. It. Stevens, Ksq.
I feel bound to exnress with mv b! mature the hMi
value I place upon your Vctfeti ue. Aiy ramltylunc
used It for tholasttwojcars. In nervous defillty it
Is invaluablo, and I recommend it to all who may
need an luWfforattng, renovating tonlo.
u. r. WALK UK,
Formerly Pastor of liowdoln-squarc churcii,
A Walking miracle.
Mr. II. It. Stevens;
you what Vecretine lias done for mo.
Last Christinas Scrofula made lta appearance In
my system, large running ulcers appearing on me,
as follows : 0110 on each of my arms ; ono on my
thigh, which extended to tho seat ; ono oa my heid,
w men ato Into tho skull bone; ono on my left leg,
which became so bad that two physlcUim camo to
amputate tho limb, thougu upon cousultatlon con
cluded not to do so as my wholo body was full of
hcrolula ; they deemed It advisable to cut tho sore
s hlcli was painful bej ond description ,and thero was
u quart of matter ruu from tlio bore.
ibo phyMcims all gave maun to die, nnd slid
thoy could do no moro lor me. Both of my legs were
drawn up to my seat, and it was thought If I did get
ui 11 iu u 1 wuuiu uo u cTippiu jur me,
When lathis condition 1 saw Vegetlne advertised,
and commenced taking It in March, nnd followed on
with it until I hadused sixteen bottles; and this
morning 1 am going to plough corn as n well man.
All my townsmen say It Is a mlracic to seo me round
walking and working.
in couciuMon 1 win aau,wncn 1 wascnuunngsucn
reat suffering from that dreadful disease, scrofula,
nravedtothe Lord above to take mo out of this
world : but as Vecretine has restored mo to tho bles
sing of health, I desire more than ever to live, that I
limy now Buuiu service vo iny ieiiow-men ; ttnui
know of no better way to aid suffering humanity
than to enclose you this statement of mv case, with
an earnest hope that you win publish it, and it will
afford me pleasure to reply to any communication
which I may receive Iherefrom.
i am, sir, cry rcspeciruiiy.
Avery, Uerrlen Co:, Mich., July 10, 1872,
Mb. II. II. Stephens,
Dear Sir, I will most cheerfully add my testimony
to the great number you havo already received In fa-
vor of our great iud good medicine, Vegetlne, for I
ao not inmK enougu can no sam in lis tiraise ; ror i
was troubled over thirty years with that dreadful
disease. Catarrh, and had such bad coughing spells
that it would seem as though I could nover breathe
any more, and Vegetlno has cured mo ; and I do
feel to thank )od ati the time that thero is so good a
medicine as Vegetlao ; and 1 also think it one of the
best medicines for coughs and weak, sinking leeltngs
at the stomach, and advise everybody to take tho
Vegetlne, for I can assure them It Ls ono of the best
medicines that ever was.
mis. 1. GORK,
Corner Hagazlno and Walnut streets,
Prepared ly H. R. Stevens, Boston, Mass.
Vegetine is sold by all druggists.
For Scrofula, and all
scrofulous diseases, Erysi
pelas, Rose, or St. Antho
ny's Fire, Eruptions and
Eruptive diseases of tlie
skin, Ulcerations of the
Liver, Stomach, Kidneys,
Lungs, Pimples, Pustules,
Uoils, Blotches, Tumors,
Tetter, Salt Eheum, Scald
Head. Rintrworm. Ulcers.
Sores, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Pain in
tho Bones, Side and Head, Female
Weakness, Sterility, Leucorrhcea, arising
from internal ulceration, and Uterine
disease, Syphilitic and Mercurial dis
eases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Emaciation,
General Debility, and for Purifying the
This Sarsaparilla is a combination of
vegetable alteratives Stillingia, Man
drake, Yellow Dock with the Iodides
of Potassium and Iron, and is the most
efficacious medicine yet known for
tho diseases it is intended to cure.
Its ingredients are so skilfully com
bined, that the full alterative effect of
cacli is assured, and while it is so mild
as to be harmless even to children, it is
still so effectual as to purge out from the
system tlioso impurities and corruptions
which develop into loathsome disease.
The reputation it enjoys is derived
from its cures, and the confidence which
prominent physicians all over tho coun
try repose in it, provo their experience
of its usefulness.
Certificates attesting Its virtues havo
accumulated, and are constantly being
received, and as many of these cases niu
publicly known, they furnish convincing
evidence of tho superiority of this Sar
saparilla over every other alterative
medicine. So generally is its superi
ority to any other medicine known, that
wo need do no more than to assure the
publio that the best qualities it has ever
jiousessed aro strictly maintained.
,aDr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
f Practical mid Analytical Vlitmlttt.
SOLD lir'ALL MIOGOIITS EVEKYWllEltB.
Oct. it, isro-ijr
C. A. II K RUING
T ESPECTFULLY announces to the publi-
(old stand) lilootnsburir. I'a.. at the
Forks ot the KspyaodUirbt Htreet
roads, where all descriptions ot
leather will be made in the most
suhAtantlol and workmunllke manner, and sold at
prices to suit the tunes, ins nignesi price in casn
wui at an times iw p&m tor
ot eTCir description In the country. The public pat
ornate h respecuuuy bouciuhi.
"Notice ls hereby plven thftt I nurch&Ked of I".
Bellas, or llenum townshln at Constable's bole on
Friday September nth, lsn, tho lullowtnir personal
property i One two-borse wagon, one double set ot
harness, one single set harness, thre sets Bjr nets.
uue spring uuuru, une iwo-norse siea, one nieim
bushels o( rye, ten train lour horte blankets.
twelve acres Of corn In the urourifl. thrwkfnurthaof
an acre of potatotis, three acres ot buckwheat,apples
iu uio iiieuKTu, ixu ue&u ui uugn, une urinate neiier,
one red bull, one cook stove, one parlor stove, nine
cane-sented chain, two beds and bedding, one f an
nln? mill, one clock, one Sa Looth-blnRe barrow, one
two-home cultivator, two single cultivators, one Iron
beam plow, one corn plow, one erlnd stone one irraln
cradle, blx acres ot cloveraaed, two hordes and one
colt, allot which I have loaned to him during my
pleasure, and I hereby warn all persons from mo
k'Siiag or Interfering with the above earned proper-
J. F, McllENItr,
fctlllwater, Bcpt. si, H-4W
The Columbian Printing Estab-
islinicnt is amply supplied with
the necessary Presses, Types and
other material for executing all
inds of Printing at low rales and
in the most expeditious and satis
CALL AT THE
COURT HOUSE ALLEY,
When special material ia required
it will bo promptly obtained.
Books and Pamphlets,
Hand-Bills and Dodgers,
large and Small Posters,
Letter and Bill Heads,
Envelopes with Business Cards,
Bussiness, Pic Nic, "Wedding and
Programmes, Bills of Fare, &c.
Will all be supplied aud excuted
in superior style, at cheap
irates,and short notice.
The best workmen are employed
and the best material will
always be furnished.
A liberal share of public patron'
age ia respectfully solicited.
Bloombbueg, March 23, 1877
BLOOMSBURG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NORMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rov. D. J. WALLER, Jr., A. M., Principal.
Tilts SCHOOL, as at present constituted, offers tho very best facilities for Professional and Classical loarnlne.
Windings spacious, inviting and commodious i completely heated by steam, well ventilated, lighted by gas, and furnished with a bountiful supply of pure.soft
Location healthful, anu easy ot access. Teachers experienced, cmclent, and allvo to their work. Discipline, nrm but kind, uniform and thorough. Expenses
moderate. Fifty cents a week deduction to all expecting to teach. Mudenls admitted at any tlmo. ltooms reserved when desired.
Courses of study prescribed by tho state !
I. Model School. II. Preparatory. III. Elementary. IV, Classical.
Adjunct Courses : I Academic. II. Commercial. III. Course in Music. IV. Course In Art. V. Courso In Physical Culture.
The Elementary Scientific and Classical Courses urn PitnKKMniVAT nnd Mt.nrtint.s ffrjuliiftllni? therein, receive Htntn TMrtlnm.is. conferring the follow In
corresponding Degrees 1 .Master of, tho Elements: Master
lueu uuuuuiieiiia,, Biiieu uv me uiiiecn UI me liu.iru 01 Trustees,
Tho courso of stud y prescribed by the stato Is liberal, nnd the sclentltlu aud classical courses aro not Inferior to those of our best Colleges.
Tho Stato renulresa hltrher order of r.lt.lzenshln. Thn tlm4 iMimtui it imj nn. nf Mm nrimi nhteet.v nf this Hetinnl !.n holn tn neenrn It., hv furnlshlnp Intelli
gent nnd efficient Teachers for her schools. Tothlsendlt Bollclts young persons nt good abilities and good
aua tueir taienw, as students, l o all such It promises
Catalogue, address tho rrlnelpnl.
IIIIN. WM.I.IA.U IXH lil.l., rrrxlilent Ilonr.l
Sept. 8, TO.-ly
np.fTTVf-riveTvrri npfrair -
HARMAN & HASSERT Proprietors;
i:ast Street, South side or J.. & tl, Itnllruail Hloonmlitirpr, in.
Hcspeclfully call tho attention ot tho public to tho following statements : They manufacture all kinds of
MOM nnd HltAxs (MsTlMix. '1 hey mako tho Celebrated Oilgtnol and IMPROVED
MONTKOS I I'l.O'WS, also all kinds of liepalrs, such as Mold hoards 1'oints, Lanuaiues
bolts, handles, ic. 'Ihey aisoinuko
HEATING- AND COOK STOVES
and are prepared to furnish all kinds of repairs, such as Urates. Klro Urlck, &c, wholesale and retail. They
mako tho Improved Cuiil-HiivirtK drain for tho Win. l'eim Mtnvr, the most economical (Irate in use.
TheynrualBoprcparedtoturnlshSAW ANDUI11ST MILL MACIilNEHY miAFTlNU, l'ULLEYS, sc. The)
pay especial attention to tho
Repairing of Threshing Machines, Reapers, &c,
Tho proprietors being practical mechanics, having had nn experience of over thirty years, tho publlcca
relv upon having all work entrusted to them done lu tho Best Manner and at Fair prices.
Then Buy N. Y. ENAMEL PAINT C.O.'S
and save one-third the cost of painting, and get n paint that lsmuch handsomer, and will
LAbTTYVICKAS LON'OAS ANY OTIIKK PAINT.
Is prepared ready for use In whlto or anv- color deslied. Is on many thousands of tho finest buildings
In the country, many of which hae been painted six jears, nnd now lookaa wcllns whennrst painted
OI1EM1CAI. TaINT lias taken First l'ltKMIUtlSnt twenty of tho stato Fairs of the Uulou. sample curd ot
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ELDKH fiSON, Agents 1321, Marxct street, l'hlladelphla, I'a. July 27, 'II-iy
THIS SPACE IS
Bavid Lowemlbw if s
JJfew Fall Advertisement.
Will oiler during
OCTOBER nth AND 12th,
LINE OF DRY GOODS,
AT MUCH LOWER PRICES
THAN LAST SEASON.
Sept. 21, 16tT-2W
PRACTICAL PIANO MAKGIl,
TUNER AND REPAIRER.
g-IIWT CLASS PIANOS AND OltOANS FOR BALE.
bJtCOND HAND 1'IANOa TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
ORDER BT MAIL PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
M. C. SLOAN & BR0
Carriages, Btggies, Phaetons, SloJghs,
Plnt-class work always oa hand.
HEl'AIIlINd NEATLY DONE.
I'rlces reduced to suit the times.
Jan. t, 1817-tt
AT THE0OLUMDIAN OFFIUE.
ot the sciences! .Mastcrot thoUlasslcs. uraduatcs
aid In developing their powers, nnd abundant opportunities for well paid labor after lcwv lng scnooi. ror
Hie County Fair,
HIGHEST AWARDS ! SBTSSSi
J. REYNOLDS & SON,
Tlilrtccntliaucl Filbert .SIN.
'WiuJHron Air-Mit Heaters
M'ltli 8tmklDr nnd Cllnkf r-(Jrlmllu Urate fur
liuruiug Anibracitu or UIluuiu un toai
Wit OUGHT-IE ON HEATERS.
FOR BITUMINOUS COAL,
CooUing Ranges, Low-down Orates,
Descriptive Circulars sent free to any address.
EXAMINES BEFORE BELECTINO.
April 87, tl-ly i a
11 r eat chance to make money. II you
can get sold ou can eet creen-
harkH. we need a person everv.
wnrro to tAke subscriptions to the largest, cheapest
and bout llluatrauid tuinlly publication In the world.
Any one can become a successtul agent. The most
elegant works ol art given tree to suhscr hers. The
price Is ho low that almost everybody subscribes,
tine agent reports making overtltAtna week. A
lady agent reports taking over ui subscribers In ten
davs. AlMvho enir&ee make money fast. Youcan
devote all your time to the business, or only jour
spare time. You need not bo away Irom home over
night. You fan do It as well as others. Pull partic
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sent) us) our address at once. It cuta nothing to
trv th business. No'one who enir&fea rails to mako
great pay. Address "The People's Journal Port-
jona, jiamu. aujr, v, ii-ijt
la the other Courses receive Normal Ccrtltlcates o
purposes, thoso whodevlre tolrnprovo their time
Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Skin,
Beautifies the Complexion, prevents
and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout,
Ieai.s Sores and Abrasions of the
Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion.
This Standard External Remedy for Erun.
lions, Sores and Injuries of the Skin, not only
REMOVES rROM THE COMPLEXION ALL BLEM
ISHES arising from local impurities of the
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those produced by the sun and wind, such as
tan and freckles. It renders the cuticle
MARVELOUSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH and r-LIANT,
and being a WHOLESOME DEAUTIFIER is far
preferable to any cosmetic.
ALL THE REMEDIAL ADVANTAGES OF SUL-
J'Iiur Baths are insured by the use op
Glenn's Sulphur Soap, which in addi
lion to its purifying effects, remedies and pre
vlnts Rheumatism and Gout.
It also disinfects clotiiinq and linen
nnd PREVENTS DISEASES COMMUNICATED BY
CONTACT with the TERSON.
It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald
ness, and retards grayncss of the hair.
Vhysicians speak of it in high terms.
Prices 25 and 50 Cents per Cake; per
Box (3 Cakes), 60c. and $1.20.
N. B. The 50 cent cakrs are triple the sire of those nJ
"HILL'S HAIR AND WHISKER DYE,"
Ulack or Ilroivu, SO Cents.
C. S. CIUTTEST05, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Av.,S.Y.
Oct. 20, To.-ly,
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
"TITJI. P. ISODINE, Iron Street below sec
TY ond, llloomsburg, l'a., ls prepared to do a!
in the best styles, at lowoatlprlccs, and at short
Parties having such work to do will Bave mono)
colling on mo.
All work warranted to glvo satisfaction. Onlcn
solicited WM. F. HODINE.
Is tho BF.ST and SIOST ECONOMICAL In the World
Is perfectly I'UIlE frco from acids and other for
eign substances that Injure Linen.
Is STHON'd Bit than any other requiring much less
quantity In using.
Is DN1FOHSI stiffens and finishes work always tho
Is tho most dellclois of all preparations for
ruddings, Dlanc-IVIangc, Cake, etc.
Aug , S, 17 -sm he & co
PATEN T S.
V. A. Lehmann, Pollcltor of American and roro'gn
Patents, Washltgton, I). c. All business connected
with Patents, whether before Uio I'ateut Ofilce or
the Courts, promptly attended to. Nochorgemade
unless a patent Is secured. Send for a circular,
May 4, 17-U b w
Jinn Trienrnpitifi inmitutr,
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InviMsed ftciliUes. Tulesraptiia iiepL In oharso
mhoI Ibe Jtanagtr antf Klettruan of (hettl
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ouf. !4, 71-m
OSTUltS, 40., 40.,
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733 Siisom St,, PHILADELPHIA,
Who are our authorized nireuU. unit will
receive AdvertUeuients at our
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is not easily earned In these times but It
con be mode In three months by anyone
ot either sex. In any nan of thn mimm
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that weturnuh. tropcr wtilclnsour own town.
ou need not ve away from homo overnight, you
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II. iUixnr 4 Co., lurtland, Maine. '
Feb. le ti lyr.
From FEYiiorn Tiutchkr, SI. P., or llr.nuon, n.y
"Wlslnr's llnliam of Wild Cherry glics iiMrer.ni
sntlsfncllon. It seems to euro a couah by locmt Mm.
ond clean Mug the lungs nn.i nllajlng Irritation, i'"u
removing tho cnuso Inslenil of drjlng up timcouih
nnd leaving tho come behind. I consider the itfii
sum tho best cough medtctno with which lnm ai-.
From H. Fellows. M. 11 . nn lint. m. it
''1 havo maclo uso of this prcpirntlon for fevernl
J curs, nnd It Ims proved to bo very reiiablo nnd is.
canons in 1110 treatment 01 sovero nnd long staiidu cf
coug u. I know of one patient, now coinfortab S
who has taken this remedy, and who but for lis .
I consider would not now bo living." c
FuomK T. (Juiiibv, A. M 1'niMcirAl. op tub "New
'Tor more than Ilftcen years I have used Dr. Wis-
tat n i.uiuiu ui null Vlltllj lur UUUgllS, COIOS, OUd
Bore throat, to which I, In common with the rest of
inuun xm, nu. nuuji i,, . nim lb 1,1", lilt! IHCaSUrC tO
say that 1 cousldcr It tho very best remedy with
which I am acquainted." im,riuiu
From a. Ddkklke, Esq , Postmaster at West Iihat-
'lam subject to sudden colds Jfol'ow !d by hard
coughs, for which 1 use tho Ilalsam. ana lino It tho
best remedy for a cough or a Bore throat that I ever
im acquainted n Ith. Sly family also ore as ra'jch
In lavor ot It as myself. In fact wo alwavs ham It
In tho house, and would as soon think of doing llh
out Hour as jour excellent Ualsamof Wild cherry.
From Hon. Kcfcs K. Ooooenow, op suine.
I havo tried i'tar's Ilalsam of t lid Cherry for on
exceedingly troublesome cough. The encct was oil
th it could bo desired. Tho use of less than ono hot
tie relieved mo cut Irfly. Among great varieties if
medicines which 1 havo used, 1 havo found rono
oqi ltn'VVIstir'Sv" Its curative properties ln(.iu.,s
U cough I regard ni luva uuble,
Fhoh Nathan Pluhjiek, SI. 1)., AuscnN, N. II.
Although averse to countenancing patent med
c'nes, 1 cheerlully mako nn exception of our very
excellent I.ung prepuritlon l)r Wl-tnr's llaltam ot
Wlldiherry. 'lhli preparation I havo used In iny
practice for moro than ten years past, and havo al
ways found It to to ot moro effectual service than
anything within mv Knowledge. I recommend It
with the greatest conlldenco to thoso subject to
Coughs and Pulmonary Complaints."
Prepared by SETH W. F WI.K 4 sons, so Harri
son avenue, lioston, nnd sold by dealers generally,
THE INTERNATIONAL REVIEW.
Tho "International" for 1819 will present tho usual
number ofnrtlclcs upon rcllgloui. bctentlllc, art, pr
llli cnl and boclal subjects most occupying tho pub
lio attention, it will devote space to European mat
ters bo rar as they are likely to ho Interesting to
Americans. It will continue to Introduco the inot
popular foreign writers to umicto lor favor with
tho best American writers it will aim lobe nble,
strong a- (1 practical, as well ns popular, In the char
acter and style of Its presentations, It Is safe to soy
that no other magazine In tho world can supply Us
place In tho libraries of Americans who love to con
sider tho progress of events throughout tho world,
nnd to know their bearing upon the Interests of the
United btntcs Professors turtlus, lloltzcndoif,
Vogel, Dr. nolllngcr, Dr. Dorner. Dr. Neumeyer, Dr.
Carl Able, Mr Julius Duboc. lirugsh-Pey. SI. Itollln
Jorqucmjns, SI. spullcr. Dep., SI. tllndrlez, Sir.
Ilnmerlon, Sir. Freeman; Itev. Dr.Jsmes 11. lllgg,
Thomas Iirassey, SI. I', (lubernatls. Sladamo Vllluri,
DornD'lKtrla, l'ozzonl. Dr. Woolsej', Dr. l'eabody,
Principal lmwton, Judge Cooley, Dr. Wharton, W m.
o. i rj ant, ltay I'nlmcr, Carl K-hurz, oenernl Slgcl,
Dr. Oigood. Alex. Delmar, V. Holtn, F.ugene Schuy
ler, Iinjard 'I njlcr, K P. Whipple, and others may
bo mum d nsspeclil contributors.
'lhus Is orgnulztd ns powcnul nn organ ot thought
and communication ns cun be easily loneclved, ucd
It. prisenis Itself for popular support during 1877. It
Is not Mioun that tin re Is any reason why copies
of tho "lleUew" should not te ioucd In eury house
hold. It hns alrcodytho largest circulation of any
secular Iiedew, because ofltsropular ottroctlons.
Theso attractions will bedevelcpid gradually, and
Increased as their need ls made known.
rrlco $1.00 a Number. ts.DOu Ycarsix Numbers.!
A, S. UAltNES 4 CO., Publishers,
lit 4 113 William St., N.
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
piIILADELPHA AND HEADING ItOAD
ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER
TH1INS X.EATB HBFKKT AS FOLLOWS (SUNDAY EX CErTE
For New York, Philadelphia, ltcadlng, Pottsvllle
Taraaqua, 4c, 11,83 a. ra
For CatuwLssa, 11,33 u. m. B,4T and 7,80 p. m.
For WlUlumsport, e,ss ,34 a. in. and ,09 p. m.
TRAINS FOR UCr-EHT LEAVE AS FOLLOWS, (SCNDAT El
Leave Now York, 8, a. ra.
Leave Philadelphia, ,lts a. m.
Leavo Heading, 11,3 j a. m., Pottsvllle, 12,18 p. m
and Tamaqun, 1,25 p. m.
Leavo Catawlssa, 6,20 0,26 a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
Leavo WUllamsport ,,a i a.m,12,oo m. and r,00 p. m
rasscngers a Ld from New York and l'hllado
phla go throug.i without change of cars.
0. E. WOOTTKN,
C. O, HANCOCK. Ucneraisianagcr.
Oeneral 'llcket Agent,
Jan. li, mo ti.
'0KE,!.55 CENTRAL RAILWAY
On and after November 20th, 1873, trains will IcaTO
SUNUUltY as follows:
Erlo Moll 8.20 a. m., arrive Llmlra n.tso a.
" Cunandulgua... 8.35p.m
Niagara 9 40 "
ttenovo accommodallonlt.loa.m.arrlie William-
rt 12.63 p. m.
Klmlrn SIolH.lB a. ra., arrtvo Elmlra 10.20 a. m.
Durralo Eiprass 7.15 a. m. arrive Burralo 8.to a. 10
Uunalo Express 2.60 a. m. orrn e Harrlsburg 1.60 a. m
" Ualtlmore 8,io "
Elmlra Wall 11.15 a.m., arrive IlarrUbuigl.top.m
" Washington 10.80 "
" Ualtlmore 6.30 "
" Washington 8.80 "
Ilarrtsburg accommodation 8.40 p. m. arrive Harris
burg 10.60 p. in.
arrive Ualtlmore 2.23 a, m
" Washington 6.13 "
Erie Mall H.65 a. m. arrlvo Harrlsburg 3 06 a. m
" Ualtlmore 8.40 "
.-., " Washington 10.85 " .'"'X
All dally except Sunday, ff v
1), M. IIOYD, Jr., Oeneral Passenger Agen
A. J, CABSATT, General Manage
Tlmo-Tablo No. 80, Takes effect at 4:30 A. M
MONDAY, NOVEMDEB 22 1876.
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