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Facts for the Public.
Tho National ltee-Keepcn Convention, In
eilon at New Yorltj Oct. 10 to 19th, 1877,
aw&ro of tbo general lack ol Information
concerning Improved tnethodi of apiculture
and Its products, respectfully submit the fol
lowing statement of facts for general Infor
mation concerning a largo sourco of perso
nal and national revcuuu In preserving tho
honey which God has caused to flow so
abuodanlly In tho vast and varied flora of
1. It Is now only a few years slnco tho In
vention of movable comb Airci has opened up
new era In bee keeping, and placed it on
the basis of n successful business pursuit.
Such hlvts.adiipted to climate, furnish every
facility fur Intelligent management of bees
by regulating swarming, guarding against
moths, and manipulating both bees and
2. The Inventors of the extractor or honey
linger, a machluo which empties the honey
from the combs by centrifugal force, with
out injury, so that the combs may bo re
turned to the bees, marks another great step
In apiculture. Thus virgin honey, free from
foreign admixture Is obtained, having the
flavor of the flower from which it is drawn.
3. The further Invention of artificial comb
foundation, made of pure wax, first success
fully Used to a largo extent this scasou.com
pletes the requisites for placing bce-keepiog
on the bmta of a great industry In our coun
try. Dees receive this artificial comb found
atloh with readiness as receptacles both for
honey and brood.
4 Simultaneous with the first and all nf
these Improvements, tho Introduction ot
Italian bees and Improved modes of rearing
queens, of transporting and. Introducing
them to colonies, has greatly Improved the
value nf the honey gatherers, both because
of the superiority of the Italian bee and the
Introduction of new blood. New blood pre
vents tie danger from in nnd-Iu breed
iug. 0. The great drawback to apiculture is
tho ttimj of tho bee. Danger from thii
source is now largely overcomo by the slm
pie appliances used for tho protection of the
person and for subduing the bees. The
most vicious colony may bo subdued in a
very few minutes,
(i. To consumers of honey, a few facts are
necessary in this article to preserve them
from Imposition. Nice white comb speaks
for itself and is generally admired, but the
price many lovers of honey cannot ftftord.
It makes a beautiful dish for the table but
is no better than extracted honey. Ail
comb is vi.ix,nnd wax in tho stomach is per
fectly Indigestible. Extracted honey is the
pure liquid honey as it is taken from the
combi by the honey slinirer, freo from any
foreign admixture. It is entirely different
from what is known in this market as drain
ed honey. Consumers help to impose upon
themselves by the false idea that pure hon
ey will not granulate They desire ungran
ulated honey and dealers will attempt to
supply the demand. Almost all pure honey
will granulate when exposed for some time
to light and cold. The granulated state is
fine evidence of pure honey. Much of the
jar honey heretofore s"ld in the markets,and
recommended not to granulate, is a very in
ferior article, composed largely of glucose
or some inferior substance. Granulated
honey can be reduced to its liquid state In a
few moments by placing the jar in warm
water. When thus liquified it so remains
for some time before again crystalizing.
Consumers may bo sure of a good whole
some article by purchasing granulated hon
ey and reducing it.
7. To producers. By full use of improve
ments in bee-keeping, the honey crop of
America may be almost Indefinitely increas
ed and become a great source of national
revenue. None need fear over-production.
The homc demand and consumption is
largely increased whenever people learn to
know the superiority of such honey. Deal
era lu N. V. have already commenced a
large export trade, and they tell us that
their only dllllculy is in procuring honey n
proper shape and quantity to supply the
growing demand. Trade demands that they
t be put up in nice, attractive packages, and
In small parcels or jars so as to be readily
handled by grocers and consumers. Honey
was for centuries the principal sweet known,
and Is one of the most healthful of all. Im
provement in 'refining sugars have within
the last two or three centuries led to its
general adoption. Why may not also new
Improvements in apiculture restore It to its
true placo as a general favorite which was
lost by bad management and the consequent
corresponding limited supply?
We believe that improvements in bee
keeping as compared with old methods are
not less than thoso seen In railroads and
steamboats as compared with former modes
For mutual information we would advise
the organization of local societies and con
ventions to further this business among all
Interested In apiculture.
J. 11. Neli.is, Tres.
Thos. G. Newman. Secy.
Sand for Cattle Uediliiir.
Sand if not the best, is one of the best ar
ticles in use for bedding cattle. It Is a
good deodorizer, and ke?ps tho stable sweet.
As the cattle work it back into the trench
under their feet, it mixes with the manure,
and thus divides It and makes It more suita
ble for the use of plants. If the distance to
haul is not too tar, Its very cheapness ought
to recommend Its use. In barns that have
no cellars, were it used freely, it would ab
sorb a large amount of urine that is now
wasted. Soil and muck are dirty things to
use In the stable, and sand is clean; Then,
too, It is a nice thing to use under hen roosts
to receive the droppings, which can be easi
ly raked off aud kept in barrels, and in
priog mix with fine cow manure one part
of the former to two parts of the latter. This
being shoveled over, thoroughly two or
three times, makes a mass of rich manure.
A large handful of this in a hill will set corn
to growing finely. Flowers, too, grow and
blossom far better iu soil that has an ad
mixture of sand. So clayey and peaty soils
are benefitted by its combination with them
and rice vena. When spread on heavy soils
in grass, it produces more effect than any
chemical manure I have ever seen used,
Fob Stabchinu Linen. Use ono table-
spoonful powdered borax to one quart of
boiling starch; It will Improve tho stiffness
OR CLEANING j'AINT. Hie best soap
for cleaning paint is made by takinu one
ounce pulverized borax, one pound best
brown soap, cut in small pieces, aud three
quarts of water; put all Iu a kettle; set I
on the back part ot the stove, or range, un
til the soap is dissolved, stirring frequently
it must not come to a boll ; use with a (Jeco
of old, soft white flannel. It cleans paint
without Injuring It ; It Is also beneficial for
the hands, and much better for washing
slothes than any other soap.
Tho Death warrant of Thomas 1'. Fisher,
convicted of tho murder of Morg.ui Powell,
In 1871 was signed by the Govenlor on the
0th Inst. He will be executed at Mauch
Chunk on tho 26th of February next.
A St, Louis widow has had threo husbands.
Sho has on hand n lawsuit to break the will
of the first, another to recover the Insurance
money on the life of the second, ani a third
to obtain altmony'irom the last
A farmer residing near New York, In this
State, has kept a record of tho number of
tramps visiting his premises In quest ot food.
The number from April 1st, 1877, to No
vember 18th was MS, or nn average of about
1C per week.
Tho Sheriff of Montgomery county wants
to sell a turnpike.the Sheriff of York county
has a circus for pale, a church is offered to
the lowest bidder by the Sheriff of Schuyl
kill, and Snyder county's hangman wants to
dispose of an Odd Fellows' Hall.
Now come the days when the sturdy
farmer dumps a load of dirt into some mud
hole lu the highway, yells : '"Haw, Uuckl"
at his off ox, pricks the nigh ono with a
bradawl, and goes home uuder the irupres
sion that he bos worked out his road tax in
A gray-haired drunkard staggered into a
temperance meeting In Philadelphia, Hnd iu
a maudlin way tried to make a speech The
Chairman utilized him as "an awful ex
ample," making him stand up beforo the
people to be prayed for, and exortlng them
lo beware of becoming such a wreck. Over
u hundred signatures to the pledge wero thus
obtained, including that of the illustrative
About three years ago, a murder case
known as the Wainwright tragedy excited
almost as much iuterest in Loudon as the
recent Penge case, and as a matter of course
a drama, which draws in the provinces, was
founded on it. hile this was last month
being acted at a travelling theatre in Market
Harborough, an incident occurred which
nearly proved fatal. The represntativo of
Henry U ainwnght having been duly pin
ioned and the rope adjusted, was allowed to
swing when the stool upon which his feet
should have rested slipped from underneath
them. The man was observed struggling
and gasping for breath, and he was prompt
ly cut down, hut not before he had turned
black in the face.
A new difficulty confronts the Philadelphia
Exhibition. Cold weather has come, and
there is no money to buy heating apparatus
or fuel. The Philadelphia Timet snyt: "They
have had their 'Exhibition Day.' when the
raised admission feo of fifty cents was charg
ed, and all the employees required to pay it,
out of charity, as it were ; their 'Ox-Roast
Day,' when all the tramps within a radius of
many miles came aud joyously partook of
the savory beef; their 'Colored People's
Day,' when the white folks attended in force
from curiosity, and the colored population
stayed at home, because they did not relish
the distinction of race, and their numerous
other 'days,' which reached no nearer the
object aimed at a replenishment of the
treasury tuan did the three occasions
mentioned." It is likely that the efforts to
prolong the show will be abandoned.
The Hindoos, tired of their passive posl
tion in the matter of conversation, have dc
tertnined to organize a mission for the pro
pagation of Urahmiuisra among the benight'
ed English Christians of Australia. Surad
sehi,the new apostle, Is an eminent Brahmin
of Benares, who, while recently visiting
the Australian colonies, was struck by the
fearful prevalence of drunkenness among the
inhabitants. Returning to his nativo coun
try, he called together a meeting of Brahmins
at Benares, the holy city of the Hindoos
and laid before them details of the misera-
ble and degraded condition of their fellow
subjects in Australia. It was unanimously
agreed that the only lasting remedy would
be the conversion of the Australians to a
better and a purer faith. A large sum of
money has been subscribed, and several
Brahmins have placed themselves at the dis
posal of Suradschi, who is busily engaged in
translating portions of the Ycdas into the
English tongue, for the use of mission'
Mrs. Bennett was a medium highly es
teemed by the Spiritualists of Boston. Her
seances were made interesting by the ap
pearance of apparitions in great numbers
and variety. She long withstood the tests
of investigators. However, she was caught
a few evenings ago. Prescott Robinson, a
firm believer In Spiritualism, trapped her
neatly and successfully. She promised that
in a certain seance his dead daughter should
appearand ho had his friends there In read!
ness. A form purporting to be tbatofhls
child emerged from tho cabinet in the dim
light, and handed a flower to him. He pre
tended to recognize her, patted her on the
head, and then suddenly seized her In a firm
grip. One of his friends turned up the gas,
and an saw tnat tne ' cimiu" was a woman
walking on her knees. A general fight en
sued, the personators of spirits trying to res
cue the woman, and the capturess trying to
keep her a prisoner. She escaped, but not
until the humbug bad been thoroughly ex
posed1 Another "spirit" ran out of tbi
house, scantly attired, carrying most of her
clothes In her arms.
A soldier in Cromwells army, passing
with his comrades over St, Mary's bridge.
Derby, observed a young girl lading water
from the river. In the spirit of frolic and
mischief he threw a large stone, Intend
ing It should startle her by making a sud
den splash. But it struck her on the head
audt made a hideous wound. She fell into
tuo river. The soldier did not wait to see
that Bhe was rescued. He eallopcd on, feel
Ing that he had been guilty of a wanton mur
der, iue unknown consequences of his fol
ly preyed upon his mind. His conscience
was always upbraiding him. Years after,
when discharged from the army he settled
down In Derby. He took a public house iu
Bridgegate, and after a short acquaintance
with a woman of suitable age, got married
Very soon after lie saw his wife combing
her hair, and Inquired how she gut that great
scar which disfigured one side of her head
She replied : "Some wretch of a soldier had
onco nearly killed her with a stone, hut If
over she caught the man she would pay him
off for it." It is not recorded how she pun
iilied her husband when he confessed being
her assailant, or how ercat was his relief
when the haunting thought of a wanton
murder was removed from bis mind. He was
one of the five troopers who rodo under the
oak where Charles was hidden at Hoscabel
From this soldier was descended Mr. Hut
ton, a well known antiquary f Derby, who
dated the above.
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This Infallible remedy is composed of the
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Great saving lo buy large siie.
"Pike's Tootlmclio Drops" Cure
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December 14, lsfMy
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Aronotndrcrthod iw'euro nllV'lmtoro apocitlca
inmo uivrasc ror miiicu ineyrtro iiTouimcnuea.
Invptlffritorsff li.mnni u'tri co li.it n iIpi mi) stated
bojond control mmi iiinm. itmt tlio animal
rilDff1omtho"Mtui. vii tlr miti" U th only law
that vntr i f- tnift ,i n vrt nia- llrva not
tnonati ( l 'M u -tTii n.t' i'n, inn i-i.mjii'Hpt'riry
ofm.tu? It . i r i ii t' t iM Mti dm usupeilor
ftrtlct. '- t, itxmi f -iinTi.rr nnrt, Pr. I'ltrce'H
stauilnri iP' lin' Lav uifnr.i'K. flituthrre, 'Ihclr
pain in Hi' t t . ft ?-t tvinNuH' evcil ne million
dollar' i ui imsv.in il r m v,n .ipuricd footi
up to m . i itM.-ii w r-ii iunr ibuMnetJi
con l I tftott KifciL li ,r piupoitluns and real
upon nuy other basis than that ot merit.
Golden Modicul Discovery
h Alterative or llfootMcannnrj,
Goldon Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Ja Chohiyogue, or Aver StimulanL
Golden Medical Discovery
Goldon Medical Discovery
Uy reason of its Alterative properties, cure rtNcns
ch of iho ftlnod and skin, irofnli or Klnir IC.ll t
Tumors ; Ulcers, or dm Nrrt i lUolclicsj I'lmples;
mm i rumionK. uy mtiuooi its rrcTOnii rruiwnies,
It euros lininchlol, Throit Rtul LuntrorrectlonM In
cipient consumption j ttoffcrlny Cotiphs; nnd
fhrnntfi T.nr ntrll U. II t ClKilni'iitriin nrniwrllps mil
der It on unerju-iled remedy for ltilltousness; TorplJ
i.ner, or uver ompiumi ; ' nu iih 'ionic priijHT
llesinnfcolt pquiIIv i-fllcnelous In curing Indiges
tion, iis ot rtppeuiP, nna uyspt'ijwa.
W i-ro tho fkln ti sallow nnd covcnM with blotch
es nnd pi nn pies, or where thero nro&Tofukns swcl-
nnc auu mi tenon's mow inn urn vi umuun
liNeoverv will clTect nnpntlrn cure. If soir feel dull.
drowtiVt debilitated, have sallow color ut frfcln, or
ellowlsh-browi spots on f.fo or bod, frequent
lipwlach" or ulrzluess bad tto tn mouth. Internal
hput or chills n Iterated with hot flushes, low srilrlts
nnd! doom v forhodlnj;, lrngular nppt'tlto nnd
louiTiiu voau'tit uu nn muiuiiiik iruin urpiu mvi,
or 'nillJouwiiiS'." Iti m.inv rases of "Liur Coin
p'aint'only pirtrt tlieubimptomsaru experien
ced. As a ii-incdy fornllsu'h i aes, Or. Phrce's
(iotden Mc Ileal IMsooverv Ins ro equal, as It effect c
perieci euros, icawng mo mcr saiuuguiuucu iuiu
Purely Vegotalile. No.caro required
while using them.
i uu iaiuv iti.iub' i ;iLii.irui:, ur lli uji r i aku
iiYHic. K'arceh larirer timn nuiitanl seeds, and nie
Huar-coiiteu. i ny nTnoo in rece-ny or uiKinjr
tbKient, eru'le, dia.tic tlclcunlnjf pills heretofoiu
so much In us".
At ii remd for iteadache, ul77lne33. Hush of
Ulond tothu llca-i, TlTlitnes about the Chest, Hnd
Tnstu tn Miailh. Kruitiitlons roin the Momach. till-
Hou3 Attack-. .lauii'llce. l'aln hi mo Kldnejp, Hhjli-
iy-cuiure(i i rinr, mm irurnui rever, nr. Tierce s
Pleasant I'urimtlvH fllfUKreuLHurnasscd. Kurth-
ennore. I wutilil Hivtnat their action li unUerwal.
uotajrlndeseaptiitf their Hinurtu impim. pf
does not Impair the protrtleK( f thebe lMlcts. They
aro sujfar-eoatHd and IncUw d lu k h hottlen, their
Tiriues ucnuf uirreoy pivwTvea litiunpairtti lor anv
lenirth or time, bo tbut they at onlwus fresh and re
liable. This ! I'ottlio east with thOMt pills wblch
are put up Inch Mp wcoden or pastehoard hoxes.
'the dally use of two I'i lleUi has cured the most oh
stlnato case3 of scrofula, 'letter, nlt-rheurn, try
Hlpclus, Liolls, lUotchta, I'lmplus. Soro Kc, and
Eruptions. They ure, however, lecouimendcd to te
taken In conoecilon v, lth tho noldt-n Medical Discov
ery, in ordvr to securo tho best results.
The remedial management of thoso diseases rccnl-
lar to women has afforded ft largo experience at the
World's Dispensary, of which Dr. Pierce Is chief con
sulting phjHlclan, in adapting remedies for their
cure. Dr. llerco's Favorlto 1'rescrlp'lon la tho re
sult ot this extended experience, and has become
Justly, celebrated for lis many and remarkable cures
of all thufao chronic diseases and
Favorite Prebcrlfitlon Is a Powerful Hestoratlve Ton
ic to tho entire system. It U a nervine ot unsurpass
ed eflicacy, and, whllo it quiets nervous Irritation,
It strengthens i he enfeebled nervous H (stem, there
by restoring It to healthful vigor. Tho following
diseases are among those In which the Patortte Pry
script Ion has worked magic curo, viz: lAiicorrhuu,
or whites," KxcesMve Flowing, painful Menstrua
tion, Unnatural Pupprcs iocs, weak 'Jack. Prolan
sua, or falling of tho Uterm, Anterverslon, He trover
slon, Hearlnjj-down Sensation, Chronic Conyestlon.
innamtnaiion ami ulceration or ino uterus, internal
Heat. erons Deorefsluu. Dtbl lty. Despondency.
and veryimany.other diseases peculiar tow omen.but
UUI (Ilt'IlllUlltrU IlLTf.
Tho following Ladles aro a few of tho many thou
sands who can testify to the eflicacy of Ur Plerco's
Favorite Prescription, from expcrleLco and observa
Mrs. Cornelia a liison, PcostA, Iowa ; Mrs. Thos. .J,
Methvln.lhitcher's stat'on.tla.; Mrs. T, a. Seymour,
Homo. K. V.: Mrs. Francis litis wick, Verballcf tunlo ;
Mrs. Leroy Pntnam. North Wharton, Pa.; M rs. Mary
A. Hunolt. Kdlna, Mo.; Airs. Maty A. insole, Leh
man, Pa; Mrs. I). U G1U, Chllllcotiie, Ohio ; Mrs.
Harriet IE. Mulonn, Went Hprlngtleld, Pa.; Mrs. IL
lllatt, Emporia, Kan.; Miss Louise Pratt. Dodge
Ylllo. Mtiss.: Mrs. L. A. Dashtleld. Norfolk. Va.: Mrs.
(J. Allison, Proctor, Iowa; Mrs. J. N. Vernon, ht
Thomas, OnU; Mrs. H. V. Mora n, us North Howard
tttreet, italtlmore, Md.; Mrs. Lucy calltnan, itarnes-
Tme, uuiu ; Aim. nancy Mcraugut, ji'iicrsun, juwu ,
Mrs. h O, Hu-mrod, Friendship, N. V.; Miss Kllen
Cadv. Wefitfleld. N. Y.: Mrs. Anthony Arnann. Ver
ona. N. Y.; Mrs. It. N. Urooks, tirand Itupklt, Mich.;
Mrs. F. II. Webb, Watertown, N. Y. 'thousands of
references can be given at the World's Dispensary,
Dr. It. V. PiKRCB Is tho solo nronrletor and manu
facturer of tho foregoing remedies, ull of which are
sold by druggists Jlu is also tho Author of the Peo
ple's Common sense Medical Adviser, a work of
nearly one thousand pages, with two hundred and
uikuiiwu wuuu t-ngraviiigs anu eoiareu piawa. lie
uih uucuuy suiu ui mia pupuiar wortt
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OP ANY PAPER PUBLISHED IN COLUMBIA COUNTY.
Terms $2.00 a Year.
Country Produce taken onSubscri ption
THE DIFFERENT STYLES OP TY PE
IN THIS PAPER
' AEB OnSTL-S-
OF THE INNUMERABLE
Inn the Cohimlbiiffli Offiee.
All liiinls ol' I'lain and Fancy
l9i'inlin done on short notice and
at low rates.
OFFICE NORTH SIDE OF TH E COURT HOUSE,
ROLLINS & HOLMES,
, Evans' Block, JIain Street.
DEAL EltS IN
Bw, Fire Pte Heaters, Mantles,
PUMPS Ac. etc.
Iron and Copper Ware, and
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE.
Solo Agents for tlio
desired, la on many tnousanusoi mp nnesi uuiiiiihks
six i cars, nuunow iuuk us cu tyi uoiu;
twenty ot tbo Matp
airs ot the Union, sample card ot
I N T O o.,
lis l'rloco btreLt, N. v., or UENIfk I
July 27, 'Il-ly
V1J.I.WX1 JL v tin "v mat
n'att.esl of all IjOokb
"flun Homo TaiK ami eicai
tloii", l' Ur. i:. II. Km 11- ot IIki. U-xliiKtoii Ae.,
n"y. I'urelwwraef tliliho. knroat Ilijrilvtocoi.
Kiiltlti nulhorUy tnnll ITcc. rrlrokv innlU3 4f n
Hie FTAMUiinriilllnn.nr ll,M for IIjo rorcUK -ill-Hon.
hlcli ronltlnnlllhe cnmu mailer nnil mill
tr.illoni. Conlenlt lalilci m-c. Airent J '"t"1'1
MI'IIIIAY I1IIX 1'UIILIMII.NO CO., 1VD list S8 t
si reft, N. V. ocuHIMm
ntnAntii win im tini.i in a pood rner-
gcllo man.ineac;i cuirity lo Introauco
New MM History if Fiin'a.
Write lmmcrtlately, anil Mate cxpcrlcnco In this bu
etaesa, and age.lAdJrcss,
I). U. OOUDKIUII, l-uouMiu-r,
tir-Don't fall to say wbat paper j ou saw this In ,
a. a. bi i: Ji ct i is i
I V tlint liu lias reopened
. ...- SNYDElt'S TANKBUY,
J3Vi (oMstanrt) lHoonisbiiw. l'a.. at tho
'jSGSvit Vnrksotllio i:spy ami Unlit Mrcct
VL.VXw roaiH, wliero all ilc-Hirlptlons ot
jVSSJiS'iSS lntli.r ni im inndr In the most
substantial and workmanllko manner, anil fcolil at
Driers to suuino nines, mu uijiucoi. ...vw
will at all times bo pan ror
nfpverv description In Hie ccuutrj. Hie public put
oriMKi-M reipecttullv soljclte.l
Tho Lightest Eunuing,
The Meet Duraulc,
Tho Ko3t Topular
11 N rnitly IIlileiliil, " n.r "
ilmiM.'-llnvH.I liM li'KttSfSl, " noll-ie"l'.l.-.tl:--
teil-limM m.il til(c-tip,
:."( ii ill .. :hr v. :n!u ruwje offanMu
Iin Iillicille It mimWii "ir '"'
Ictriiiui i"t ttn2L'nenUnj JournuU
Jiiiie.',..!. ', etillJr-n'l t!nin,
nrc tut mi i i;)i.:rni nii-iorlnr lo "'!
in liai', ''in' rim I'O nutli''-ti"tl ''.7 :y
one. J-iiilrcc tlmiMiiiI'l(ii(ntliiii
oil ttiiti riivilopf.
hend i'lr" V.il for UtuMtralid Cata
logua lOOO JVufclolu.
Sevrinr; M:chino Co., Now Yorb
I. W. HARTMAN,
Apt "Domestic" Paper Fasliioiis,
December II, lsIT-ly
y,WkiSS .IIHI.1...1.I.I 1r.nn
W tfi!l M Mil' ' 't nil" u
odloul; an 1
itwo on ma
ic stul lis
ulM'l ItepruducMcn rnj
ItO Diseases rf Women.
A Imhii titr I H nt . rmitliU
ttmt tor It th i(-
'a nton-ad-ijl luUlait, frlco
O. .11 .1 i.ir.1. tt ill i rr.ujlo i.. Imu ari.iiu ln.m Salf
n fHiilt.MEOICAL f,DV"
Abu... Eeta.p.. or cprct UiflpIKi1 mtii Lia ulii
1..C n.or.iir". 1:. rn-i-.-en oil'.
A CfcWICAl. IiFCT'UKIj I'll ih Bl.nv ll ....p. .r.
Pin., ih the Throat ami Limes, CUrrh.nuyture. uij
On.um 3Inbit.li'.. ili ' I'Ji i
lJl'hi-r hiH.li . lit pnrpiltlo'i rpr. pt rl p.Iri o. 1 Ihrer,
Con,einii.i'.ll'l:f.. I. unnlu . il tt.' thi.-iI It' "ct.
Alldn.l 1)U IJUTTd, 2.O. IS.AIa b;. Lt. X.9U.S, IIO.
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
WM. F. IIOniXK, Iron Stnrt below kc
ond. lllooiaaburir. l'a..lsprenaied todo al
In the best styles, at loweBt prices, and at short
Parties hiTlDgiweh vfort to do will savo rxoney
calling on me.
All work warranted to give satisfaction.
WJI, F. 1SODINE.
P A T E N T S.
V, A. Ulnnann, Solicitor of American and Fore'gn
Patents, '.Vasblr-glou, Ii. C. All tusluc ts connected
with Patents, 'w hether leforo tho Patent Ofllce or
tho Courts, promptly attended to. Nochargo mado
unless a patent Is secured. Send for a circular,
Miy i, 'If-tt 0 ur
PUBLIC SALE HAND BILLS
Printed at this Oilicc
ON SHORTEST NOTICE ANI) AT tt'HE
MOST REASONABLE TERMS
Ihotuutlh I refwiriKlOH fur l.uttnrwt,
Bryant Sl Stratthm
jiuii irit'urnpaic inMiiHie,
t 100 6. Tenth St.. Philadelphia. Pa.
Incmaaed facilities, i n(fcrarbo Dent. 111 chirra
01 ib Wttigr and tttrtriraH of the mm
A Hani i
uhJ iitexno TtUyraph Co, lor
full prtku!ri(, coll or lend fur free
iiiiiiiiipii cirruiar ti. r. nniiLC, rra
AT THE OFFICE OF,
733 Sinsoh St., PHILADELPHIA,
Who uru our uuiUorUcil imeuti., and ,vm
reeeito AUvcrlueiiientH ut our
J.OH'UVl' VAHU lLlTIX.
What will tlio IVcathcr to To.worroiv !
B3JS!r'oori bignal bcrvico Daromelcr
And Thermometer Cmnblneil.rciiteUl
estiseC; aj tkit j i la tlj Wir.tir,l! to 21 hem
ftlri&:l. J.iiilorki'd by ttie mo.t c inliu-ut
1'rufekuors aud bcltutltlc luiuaiUie lilt
WiKtir ltllcittr In tit VTotU, Wumultd
1'rrftct and Idllable. Wi U1 ie:l r,,i to
any iddrits on receipt uf li.ui. Ilcmro
of uortlileM ImlUlluna. .1icii( II .inlej
btnd bump for Urculnr.
U. 0. M3TIITT Sritiny, Vn Tuk.
l'leaae lUte w here you law adveitlMrneut
and ueaLloa vuur nuri.t H.nr... iiMr.
UwmI Mgimj Orden Ol liegUlutd Ltu at our lUk
oct. -.1, u-tm Jwc
ALSAM OF WILD 1 E!!
Thli ell known remeil 1. itf.u i ,,
WONDERFUL CUf n
inl it'torril mi tiiii n '. RitlTorri , toil i
tlitrlMii'tl l- nil who ImM' i'it rlt in. a (
The SliindiU'd Rom 'dy
ror the prompt relief and cure of
Cowifo, Cntili, iSiirc 'liront, Vn;;
Whoomnfj tovgli, Jujttitnza, Ii, ,
theria, Croup, I'mn in thr nj.
ami llrcait, Smiting Ittood,
Quinti, J'hlfiMe, nnd
HROAT, LUNGSNAND CIIEuT,
WIST All'S HALM AM
(iir.nTi:aHt.ui, V, n vnt n o,,. ,
ME.S1RS. SETH W. l'll I.R A' SON I Uplitli In 1 f
in ilulvcnlled upon uluniiiillv to i.-H" i, t
lnffturtif It. Millars liuUuin of i ,
was laken slr k l.int neluliiT with nlii u-.
aeeompanlcd Willi a ti'r serious eonK'ii pMt ,
haMint ueen trealed a uiiniin ror wi k lr
pn, sli'l.ins, i nej ku nn hut iiianiti1 ' i i i
at emisumjilloii, nml fur about Mx hi i,n (,
expelled Inat I lnhitit die anv d.n, li p n
di .ipulred of any rreou r . At l!i s Mini i
aiUerllsetnenls and eertltleale nf Ihi i'fi ,
li.iiani, anu was iiiiiuern iu in 11 in ir 1 1,
taken Ilio botlles. nnd from the omniim ti i
have been Krndiiallj itcommIiik Mxinu.iiin n
eiillrelv censed. ' he legnlni'd nn n ,
slreiiitlh, and am feellmr ipilte well. I .ihi,i,.,i
rule to llr, Isl.ir's ll.ilsani nf lid ( hi n 1 1,
taken no other medK Ino slneo I comnu'in ii i
ven respeciiuiiy jnu-i-.
Milt. 'II A . SMI i ...
Meisri. Toivi.K K Sox:
nentlemcn-irs. smith mves me tin f. p.
rrtllleateof the enieuej nf jnur ineiil' in. i
av. she Han acini dnt mec of initio imlb i i
n.i Kim on the strcniflli of mv eeiliricnte. uhii h
saw in the papers Her story Is literal) in
W It osr
ULKKMNfl AT Tin: LVN'-m.
I'tTNAM, Cullll., V (1 It 20. ' J,
rieiitleint-n I nnll m.wlf of t til-t nnnorliiriit
sn. n word in UhaU of Pr. Istnr ' U.Kmiorv i
t'hoiry, wnch l lino innilo hm of lu n., fainll
si'tral 3 i'tiis, find alw.ijM Uh the innit lit m
esuiis. yuc iicniir 01 iM-ncau iuiuiih n.i1 if
it en trouMud with n Imrtl.tlrv. luickin'Tiitii'li
cu r tnkihjr u Httli1 c-.M, and oinplo . i
siwt tiles without t litalnln nnv relit f until jir t
tipon iu it'M iw n nit's in iMar s iijijiii, im r
ftet or whleli has b en truly nstonihiiiL'
More than n ear Mncn a youny m.m iK-lon In in
this ihice was taken Hh Mectllnu nttholm. m
connection with a mos.t fceMTe eouh.aiu' t-i,
Ivcnoiertodiehyour best rln&lcl ns nml i' i
eidcnt to nil that consumption was claluitnn hr ,
a ileum. Learning m'sn rucis, my wim sent mm i
liottlocf tho Halsauhlch he took.and In due time,
totheyreataMonWlimentof UU mentis, was at hU
nccustomed occupation, matched, i.s It were, fr-im
hum cry juwmoi ueniu. in many oincr easeswe
hue iidmlnlsterctl the tUHim to thoconsutnptHe,
and always with the best of sueeess. Hiese Mate
inents aie simple facts, which can In vouched for.it
mv time by calling un mo at my store. I renum
.lUt'.i II. il.Alil.lMi.
WIST A R'S BALSA "3
PrenareilbV MKI'II W. FoWI.IS A SONS. Mllanl
Pun Avenue liostuii, .111 1 s old by dealers gcuerall
to Lents turn f i a Duttio.
alHl tjut Wn
itnn St.. CliUaao,,
lllrivnr I'rl Wile niim. '
. I..r..ll.. nf lllir s-. Hiliil
llltlnB front Clrlv Itllli
Hflulnill t'ltlt tM' lifixliKlug
1 nH"luii, lor )Mmori impuirru "igni. i.un
.Mnnlnxtil or ltiiil(-niy. Nvriuui IMtllltj, rmw
nrntly ciireli dkevn of Urn Itliiddi'r, Ikltlntjn, 1,1 rr,
l.nnir-s Ailhiii-t, 'tvrh. Illo, lt LLrt.ut IHtfeM, Mil Ills
i;-lOK M;N, itill lo lb ttvnlinrnt. Ir.tla
m 1ml llfu-lontf ntrience, ami rutw wlitre otlifri Tall, lid
l irul tu ot Ilia lo'ionneJ SVImo), uwt nn tunriirv. hu tha
1 irvrt-t I'f ll in thfl U. S. I, IM reflntrira imtum nt with
I-rUiitc houw anil bonnl, rll or wdw. l.irrv i omniieiica fur
ixltunu Stfii'l fifty rnU fur amt!a of KuUwr llmidt ml .lr
tiilar of lmMwimt Itifufmnilon by hitmj lilt. OI.l.N'rt
r t i ;;.i;r.i
ill iILmm of a urUi
I 11 if ontniilatlnx
n tlir iiiiutUJ rU'
uLiitO ituU, WauyiU
llajM 4 L
RAIL ROAD TIMETABLES
ILAUKLI'IIA ANI) KIUMXG ItOAl)
May 21, lsio.
TRAINS LP AVE ltri'r P.T AS tOMOVTS (Pl'Nr.AX .M t f lr
For New York, Philadelphia, Heading, I'ottsMIlL
Titmaaua, Ac., 11,33 a. m
Tor Cntanlssa, 11,33 a. m. 5,17 and ,rc p. hi
For WllIlamsport,c,2!ic,34 a. in. nmM.us p. in.
TIUlNDFOll KCrEKT I.KAVE AS 10LIOW S, (SI Mia . K
Lcao New York, 8,43 a. in.
U-tn e rhll.elphla, o.lii a. m.
Leino lteadlng, 11,3 a. m., I'uttsMlle, t,l5 p. n
indTamaqua, 1,2.1 p. m.
Le.no Cat.iwlsH.i, c,t;o ,2ft a.m. and 4,nnp. m.
I.eate NVUllimiiporl.li 2 a.m,p.',(iu in, and V11 P. ni
Pangers n i d from New York and phllaile
plda ko throiu;.! .. itUout change of cars.
J. K. WOOITRV
C. (1, HANCOCK,
Jan.il, iiC ti.
On and after November soth, isia, trains III lia o
Erlo JIall 5.20 a. in,, arrUe Klmlra n.r.o a .
" L'ananjalgua... 3.35p. ui
Itochetter 6.15 "
Niagara u io "
ltenoo accommodat lonll.loa. m. nnUe Willl.iu
rt 12.65 p. in.
tlmira Hall 4.16 n.m.,urrUo Elmlrn 10.20 a.m.
Uunalo I'.xpriiss7.15a. m. arrho Uunalos.60 u. in
DuBalo Express 2.61) a. in. arrUc llarrlsburg 4.60 a. m
" lUlttiuoi 0 6.111 "
ElmlraJIall 11.15 a. m., nrrUe llarrUbuig 1.511 p. m
" ashluglon 1 J.1,0 "
" Iialllmorocsi) "
" AVu&hlngton b.3i "
Harrlsburg accommodation s.top. m. nrro llaitla
burg 10.60 p. m.
arrive Hall Imoi e 2.26 a. 111
Erie Mall 12.56 a. in. arrhe llarrlburgs U5a. m
" Iialtlmoro s.40 "
All dally except Sunday.
1). M. IIOYD, Jr., (ieneral I'usnnger Agi u
A. J. CAbsATT, ticneral JlanafC
TlmcTablo No. 83,. Takes effect at 4:30 A. M
JliNI)AY, NOVE.M11EU 22 1ST5.
p.m. p.m. a.m.
a.m. p in, p.ui
s 05 A 53
S Im 3 61
7 65 S 49
T 49 S 42
7 4'l 3 37
7 33 3 32
7 27 3 27
7 TI 2J
7 IS 3 1
7 15 3 II
7 15 3 17
7 07 3 12
7 113 3 I'J
0 6S UI
0 61 3 1
C 46 2 M
e 80 2 42
C 15 2 31
C 00 2 25
C 02 2 0
Wyoming pi ig
U Maltbv pi 211
....i'U mouth ....
Avoiidalo . .
.. .Ilhk'b Ferry...
....Leai h llnu'U..
.. Willow (;roe...
I in 27
1 10 27
I I I 1
3 32 7 4-
3 37 7 63
3 .5 8 I 6
4 1 S '.5
4 15 8 4.1
4 21 8 1.1
4 VI 9 1
in 2 13
6 52 2 10
6 44 2 111
6 1 a
6 40 ,
7 ii('KtalMu llrldge. II u7
1 xii1 . uiuru 8 fwiuil.
1 11 nantllle
7 04 Chulas y
7 Ii Cameron
8 45I .Northuiiilierlaiid,
6 41 8 411
6 62 S 47
e 10 U
w, I". 1IAI.M
I MM V 1 1. M Itilili
III. 10. 1I&.
From this date the Itlarmkliiiri. fins rntnnau Mill
put In bervleo pipes at Urt cit und mrnUli and u t
meio s ui four dollars each.
The company uate on haril a lot of gas tar sulV
or painting ruois, and posts ur other tlu 1 1 r I i iO
under ground. ft
ITlou In cents tu'r irallon or ner baiTnl. 1
00.15,15. ' lllll
UIT. IT, -JMy IUO