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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT,BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COI NTY, PA.
The Farmer Boy unit hu Errand.
1'Iiere aio so many bright ipoU to the lift
of a firm boy that I fomctlracs think I
ahould ltka to live over again ; I should al
most be billing to bo a girl If It were not
for the chores, Thtre Is n great comfort to
a boy In the amount of work he can get rid
of doing. It Is something astonishing how
alow he can go on an errand he who leada
the school a race. The world is new and
interesting to him, and there Is so much to
take his attention ofl" when he is set to do
anything. Perhaps ho could not eiplaln
himself why, when he Is sent to a neighbor's
after yeast, ho stops to stone the frogs; be
is not exactly cruel, but he wants to see If
lie cant him 'em.
No other living thing can go so slow as a
boy sent on an errand. Ills Ieg seem to be
led, unless hp happens to ttpy n wnodchuck
in au adjoining lot, wheu he give chase to
It like a deer; and It is a fact about boys,
that two will be n great deal slower about
doing anything than one, and that the more
you have to holp on a piece of work the less
is atxntrrpllihed. Hoys have a great power
of helping each other to do nothing; and
they are so innocent about It and uncon
scious "I went m quick as ever I could,"
says tho boy. His father mfced him why
he did't stay nil night when ha had been ab
sent three hours ou n ten minute errand.
The sarcam has oilVct ou the boy.
Going alter the cows was a serious thing
In my day. I had to climb a hill that was
covered with wild strawberries in tho sea
son. Could,' any boy pass those ripe ber
ries? And then, In the fragrant hill pasture
there were beds of winter-green with red
berries, tufts of columbine, roots or sassafras
to be dug, and dozens of good things to eat
or to smell, that I could not resist. It some
times even lay In my way to climb a tree
to look for a crow s nest, or to swing in the
top and to try if I could see the steeple of
the village church. It became very impor
tant sometime for me to see the steeple, and
in the midst of my investigations the tin
horn would blow a great blast from the farm
house, which would Bend a cold chill down
my back on tho hottest days.
I knew what It meant. It had a frightful
ly impatient quiver in It, not at all like the
aweet note that called us to dinner from the
hay field. It said, "Why on earth doesn't
that boy come? It is almost dark, and the
cows ain't milked." And that was the time
the cows bad to start into a brisk pace to
make up for lost time. I wonder if any
boy ever drove the cows home late who did
not say that the cows were at the farther
end of the pasture and that "Old Brtndle"
was hidden in the woods, and he could not
find her for ever so Iongl The brindle cow is
the boy's'Bcapegoat many a time. Charlet
Dudley Warner in "Being a Boy."
Bad Spring Roads.
When we pass some farms at a distance
and see the gate hanging by one hing, tho
latchless barndoor anchored by a rotten
fencepo3t, and implements, ene valuable
damaging in the open air and scattered
about just where the last job of work was
done, we utter a prayer of pity for such a
farmer, or else pass on than king God we
are not as other men In this respect. And
yet if we put it to our conscience we shall
find that in many respects we are no better
than they in our own section. Here for in
stance, yes, and there, also, is a lane lead
ing to a tolerably well cared for house and
bam, which In the spring of the year will
be a perfect slougb, through which wheels
will sink to the hub,, and an extra horse
with broken gears and damaged temper will
tell an unpleasant tale. And yet very much
of all tin might be avoided by a little work
now, in keeping the ditches clear of leaves
or in opening them to let the surplus rains
of winter pas) away, whenever the frost
ot winter will admit of it. The enemy of
good roads is not so much frost ns water.
The water in the soil freezes. If soils were
perfectly dry frot would not penetrate at all
The ditches that are cleaned now, (if it can
be done,) and the roads that are i rounded so
as to let the water run into the ditches, al
ways prove as good investments In comfort
as any man can possess. Now is the time
to think of these things. We don't know
but that wo would rather have broken doors
and fences than sloughy spring roads, Ger
Mints on (iraftinj.
Not long since wo chanced to pass nn ap
ple orchard which was ladened with hand
Borne llaldwiii.i. Tho owner informed us
that it always bore tho odd years, and for
this reason had netted him more profit than
had been received from any other five or.
chards of the sunn size in town. As near
ly every tree fruited this year, while the
same kind of soil in a neighbor's orchard
bore no fruit, it was evident that it was a
mere freak of nature, but the trees had re
ceived, and which had been lacking in the
other orchard. We asked the owner what
he knew about it and he told us that he
bought the farm after the orchard began to
bear, but was told that when It was grafted
care was taken to get the coins from a tree
which bore In the odd year, and to set them
in an even year, and when the grafts first
began to blossom every small apple, which
set in an eveu year was relentlessly picked
off, while those which came out odd years
were left to grow. Ke.
Good Fowls for Laying.
"For laying hens, select gooj'.large ,trong
healthy birds of the Leghorn varieties, with
large square bodies, without regard to fine
points, such as pure white flat'rar.lobes.Npr
yery yellow legs, or combs with just five
points, or plumage that Is perfectly white
rariety; or without a white speclr In the
brown. It is not that these points are any
detriment to the health or vigor of the birds
but that the constitution has been too often
sacrificed to them, which often results in a
strain of enfeebled though handsome fowls.
The Leghorns are acclimated American
breeds, which originated from birds brought
from the Medlterianean, and they have been
Improved in this country by circumstances
that have given them a pre-eminent posi
tion for the farmer, when birds such as are
above recommended are selected." In re
gard to fowls for market he adds : "Other
breeds, or crossts from, are much better
than the Leghorns, or any of the smaller
breeds. Chickens that are the result of the
crossing of a Dorkiu cock and Urahma hens
are large, and mature much earlier than
most others. Jlorcover, they aro hardy,
tender, fleshy and fine-flivored, Houdans
In place of Dorkins aro also good to cross
on Ilrahmas, or to breed with the first-mentioned
cross, as they Veep up slza and quail
ty. Plymouth J locks aro also good table
fowls, niul aro good to trots with the
Discovery of a Cave In I'cnniylrnnla.
Recently whilst Mr. Spcece was quarrying
tone on the farm of Samuel Worst, In Lan
caster connty, l'n., he uncovered tho en
hance of what proved fo be a rcmarkablo
cave. The entranco was only large euough
for a man to crawl in, but alter proceeding
a distance of twenty feet It becomes largo
enough for a man to walk erect, and a short
distance futther on rises to a height of
thirty-one feet, and varies from eleven to
eighteen feet In width, and 1 four hundred
yards long: The roof and sides of the cave
are covered with stalactites, some of which
are three feet along. A narrow passage
leads from this chamber to another which
is about six times as large and has an Ice
cold stream of water running through It. In
It Is also a beautiful lake, about one hun
dred and fifty yards long and nbout two
thirds as wide: A small stream runs from
tho lake and empties Into the large one.
In the lake several small fish wero seen,
which, on being caught, wero thought to
be sightless. The cavo has not yet been
fully explored, nnd more curious features
mav bo discovered;
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS.
Health nnd Harrfnpsnro priceless Wealth to their
possessors, and jet they are within th I each vt ev
ery 0110 who will use
WKIMIT'S MVEK PILLS,
Tho only sure CUHH for Torpid I,her, Djfpepio,
Headache, sour stomach. Constipation, Debility,
Nausea, and all Itlltlous lomplalotaand Wood dis
orders .Mono genuine unless signed m. Wright,
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ceuts for one box to Laiitck, holler &. Co., Tt N.Uh
Bt.. mila. jau. 4, Tti-ly nr
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one ngent rcporU making OTeriitoina week. A
lady agent reports taking over 400 subscribers inten
dajs. M who engago make money fast, toucan
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penMto outllt'irce. f )ou want proillablc work
send us jour address atonce. It costs nothing to
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and. Maine. aug. TMy
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nsK. iieaacr u vou want a ousiness
which persons of eitber sex can make
for partltulara to II. Mallet Co., 1'ortland. Maine.
luuruii zx, ly
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an thing else capital not required ; wo will
start you. f IS per day at home mado by tho
Idustrlous. Men, women, boys and girls
wanted everywhere ti work for us. Now lathe
Imet Costly out tit and terms free. AddressTacK
& Co., Augusta, Maine. March 22, '73-ly
business you can ciirairo in. 5tot20
tter da v made t)V any worker or cither
bcx, right la their own localltlss. rar-
tlculare and sample) worth 5 freo. Improve your
spare time at this business. Add ess htinson Co.,
1'ortland, Maine. inarch 21, 'IS- y
S- W. DOUCLASe,
Civil and Mining Engineer,
. ASHLAND, PA.
General Scrveyino and Engineering Business
attended to witu cars and i)i8ratcli.
T am prepared to make drawings ot planes and
Models In wood, Brass, Iron, or the above materials
combined as necessary ot
Bridges, Mines, Breakers, Buildings, Engine:,
PUMPS, and all kinds ot machinery tor use ot cases
at Court or tor applications to seeuro patents.
riitent. Secured. march 21, 1378-
REAL ESTATE !
Tho undersigned. Administrator &c, ot Henry
Fritz, lata ot nugarloaf township, Columbia county,
deceased In pursuance ot on order ot the Orphans'
Court of Columbia county, will expose to public sale
on the premises 01
SATURDAY, AP11IL 13tb, 1878,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m of said day, all the
right, title and Interest ot said Henry Fritz, djco.ll
ed. In the following described Lot or
PIECE OF LAND
containing IT ACHES more or less, sltuato In Sugar
loaf township, County ot Columbia, adjoining lands
of ahuel Heba Sdon tho north, land, of Jacob b.
Iless on tho east, lands of Andrew and Philip Hcts
on the south and a publlo road running to Mary I'e
terman's and William B. Petcrmans on the west,
whereon are erected a
LOG DWELLING HOUSE,
one and a half stories high a Frauw Barn, a Good
Small Apple Orchard on tho premises also a good
Tho land3 will be sold for payment of debts and
sold subject ro tut sum ot $213. ej unpaid purchase
money due Samuel Y. Hess May 29, 1S7.
TEHM8 OF SALE. Ten per cent, of one-fourth of
the purchase money to be paid at the striking down
of Ball premises, one-fourth of the purchase money
less tho ten per cent, to bo paid at tho confirmation
of tho sale, and the balance ot said purchase money
to bo paid In one ear from the continuation of said
sale, with interest on said balance from the confir
mation nisi ot Bald sale.
JOSIAII P. FRITZ.
Central P. O., Columbia Co., Pa.-morch 29, lsis-ts
A CHANCE TO MAKE SOME MONEY
"Cornell's History of I'ennsyluanla." Now ready.
Write ror Asency at once. JOHN SIT LV Cu
Publishers, 725 nidsoiii street, Phllade'phto.
macu 'Hi, '"S-am Jwco
PPLICATION fOK CHARTER.
Kulice Is hereby clven that SDDllcatlon will b mado
under the Ait ot ASmbly passed Anrll ftiln. Is74 to
obtain aChartcrtncorpo'atlngan association to bo
rnown as the "Susquehanna Building and 1 0111 As
sociation of Hloointtburg," whose object Bhallbeto
bestow all the benetits and enjoy all the prl lieges
Incident to Building and Loan Associations lnconx
ratnd under the provisions ot the laws of thli com
monwealth, PAUL E. WIHT,
match Jl, T3-3W Att'y for Association.
MfMtot la I
Johnson's Anodyne Liniment will positively pre
vent this terrible dlseefce, and will jwhitively cure
nine cases In ten. Information that wtU uavo mauy
lives sent free by mall, lion.t delay a moment. I re.
vcnllon U better than cuie, I. N. J011NMIN V
CO., 11AVJOH, MAI.NE.
marcu s, isis-im
By Mrtue ot a writ ot Fl. Ft. to mo directed will
be exposed to publlo, sale at the court House In
uioomsburg, at one o'clock p. m. on
SATURDAY, APRIL Cth, 1878,
All that certain tract ot land situate In Catawlssa
township, Columbia county snd Hate ot Pennsylva
nia, adjoining lands late of Stephen Baldy, dtccas
ed, Davis lichrbach, the heirs of W llllain II. Davison
deceased and others, containing one hundred and
sixteen seres snd elghtynro perches neat measure.
03 w wen are erected a frame dwelling house barn
and other outbuildings.
Seized, taken Into execution, and to be sold as tho
property of Auguetus btiausser.
TCUUS-Cash on day of sale.
c . Jml: w HOFFMAN,
mar. s.Ti-ta bhtrirr,
ri0.licS,3-?!ertbT.lrtv.':n lhilt 1 purchased at private
Bale of Martin Alberlson the following pronerty 1
1 horses, t two-horse wsgon, 1 spring waioiiTlvto.
hors Bled, 1 windmill, 1 heller, puma, s harrows 1
cultivator, 1 double corn plow, 1 sow and plirs 1 set
double heavy harness, 1 doublH iu.r. iii.hr 1.,,
bushels corn ears, 4i bushels oats, 10 ucres rj e In the
ground, 1 cook stove, 1 coal stove, 1 clock Is bushels
notatoes. 1 grindstone. 1 wheeibanciw. a vnni,nf
carpet, Bheep. 1 have left the above guodiwltt
Martin Albert&on duilng my pleasure, and hereby
cautllon any person against Interfering with tho
n. a. HEitmitfl
13 ESl'ECTFUI.LY announces to the public
(old stand) Vloomsburg, Pa., at ths
Forks of tie Espy and Light btreet
L&J-I3m road wbere all descriptions ot
m-3tiX3 leather wm te mado in the mtt
substantial and m or k manlike nunner, snd Bold at
price to Bult the times. The hlgLcftt price In casa
win ai an uioe? w jhuu ivr
Oil KEN HIDES
ry description In
e is respectfully
the country. The putucpat
ornage u respectf uuy solicited.
uiocmsrurg, uri, 1, ioib-
LANK NOTFH.wilh orwIllicutmpHc
GREAT TRUNK LINE
1JN1TED STATES MAIL ROUTE.
The attention of the travelling puWlc Is respect
fully Invited losmne of the merits of this great high,
way, In Ilia confident assertion nnJ beller that no
other line can otter equal luduccm tits as a route ot
through travel, In
Construction nnd Equipment
PFNN'SYLVAN t A It AILHOAD
stands confesJcdb at the head of Amerlem rallwajs.
The track Is double tho entire length f tho line, ot
steel rallilald on he ivy oak lies, which are emlnM
ded In a found itloti 01 rock ballast i-Uliteeii Inches
In dapth. All bridge ars of Iron tr stone, and bulit
upon the must approveJ plans, Its ti.isenger cars,
whllo eminently sarn and suhstatdtul, nte at tho
same time models of comfort and c'cg.mco.
THE SAFETY APPLIANCES
In uv on this line well Illustrate the far-seeing ami
IliK'rnl policy or Hi msii.igeiiK'tit,lti m"'ord.ince with
which the utility only of an Improvement and not
Its cost has Uen the inc ion of consideration.
Among many may be not Led
THE 3L00X SYSTEM 07 SA?SJ7 SIGNALS,
JANii'EV COUPLES, BVFrZ?. and PLATF03U,
THE WHARTON PATENT SWITCH,
forming In conjunction with a perfect iLiublo track
and ro.id-led a combination or saregiinrdsnealnst
accidents which have rendered tuciu practically Im
possible. Pullman Palace Cars
tire run on all Etprcsi Trains
Frit in New Vnrlf I'lillmlrtiililiit llnllhutirr iiml
To CIiienBOi Cliiclmmtlt I.nu1n lllo linllntinpolU
nn. I st, i.iniN,
Without eti lm;v,
and to all principal points In the t ir West and soufi
with but one clungu of curs, ctmnectlcins are mado
In t'uluti Depots, and nru ussuu'J to all Impel tant
Is admitted to bo unsurpassed in the world for gran
deur, beauty and variety, uperlor rtfiesluneiit fa
cilities are prov tded. Kmploj ees aro courteous nnd
attentive, and It Is an Inevitable result tint a trip by
the Peunslranla llallrond must form
A Pleasing an I llcncrabl 1 Esperleneo.
Tickets for salo nt the lowest rates at tho Ticket
Ofllcesor the Company In all Important cities and
FltANK THOMPSON, I. P. FAItVEH.
General Manager. oenl Passenger Agent.
J. K. snOEMAKER, Pass. Agent Middle Plst.,
IS North Third Street, Ilarrtsburg, P.
Thoroughly Cures Diseases oftiik Skim,
Beautifies the Complexion, Puevunts
and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout,
Heals Sores and Abrasions of the
Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion.
This Standard External Remedy for Erup.
tions, Sores and Inj'urics of the Skin, not only
REMOVES I ROM THE COMPLEXION ALL BLEM
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 TLIANT,
and being a WHOLESOjic'liEAUTIFIER is far
preferable to any cosmetic.
ALL THE REMEDIAL ADVANTAOES OF SUL
niUR Baths are insured by the use of
(Ucnii'n Hillnhur Soaj), which in addi
tion to its purifjing effects, remedies and PRE
VENTS Rheumatism and Gout.
It also DISINTECTS CLOTHING and IINEN
nnd TREVENTS DISEASES COMMUNICATED IlY
CONTACT with the TERSON.
It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald
ness, and retards grayness of tho hair.
Physicians speak of it in high terms.
Prices 25 and 50 Cents per Cake: pet
Box (3 Cakes), 60c. and $1.20.
N. B. The 50 cent calces are triple the sue of those a)
"HILL'S HAIR AND WHISKER DYE,"
lllnck or llroivn, SO Cents.
(!. I. CRITTE.VTOX, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Av., U.
December 14, istT-ly
G-jEEG-G- & SOWS,
JWNE, J.IGHT AND jEAYY
N. E. Cor. Twelfth and Arch Sts Phllsd'a.
a.B-riliio xtiTLr iTTEsnin to. nso, cis-
KliOBS TAllH OS STOBiOB.
march 1 , 1
IN THE RIGHT
- . -
Cnll on or address the underpinned fcr lull Inlor-
N. 8. ENO.LE, AKt
ttt). 8, 'is-sm
ITiew of Marria&'o !
tUlllt tililll l-tf t llltIC
trtta tif Itnrru1iiottrti anil
Plieaart ct Womin.
AU lor .!,, rni!d
bua. 7xort'r,rrbecret Disctiica, tuu Ut Uvit
aiM inoiiiirss i ji'i,prii tHl.
A CLINIOAL LrCTUHE 'f tht ).. d rttrian4
Ihn.sju ih-ThrCAtin t C-urrli.Uupturo.tii
Op Utn l&bil.ir ,prcm lUtlsv
iJi'hi'r lNk ill iorpat(lrii rcrr'rt ntprlwi or til three,
niiitliir Ix-atmniHr tt.itdra rt. urcti.
JUOtvm VH. LOTTtJ, o. U X. IU bU bU Leuij, AlO.
1 AT THE OFFICE OF.
733 Susoh St,, PHILADELPHIA,
Who aro vur nuiborUrd ukvbI aud
rrcrUe Atlwrtlriuriiu nt our
LOWEST CASH ItATIM,
AronotndrertHeil as "euro alls," but are specincii
In the discuses for wlilcti tbey ore ticommcndcd.
InvellRilors of mtural science have ilemnnstat
ed Liviiml emilixiviry. Unit lnru.Klioiit tho
nnlmnl klmriVimlhn "llh! survival of Iho flttcRt" Is
the onlr ln- ti'at voui luifts thrift nnd prrprtulty,
Doesnut llie Ratuo principle govern the commercial
prmpciliy vt nun J .u tiiT-rl r(annnt supersede
nsuiHUornilkle. Ily nowmnt sunfilor merit, Dr.
I'lerce's blaiMljnl Meillclnea l.avn nuirltali'd all oth
ers. 1 heir sal" In the I'nIUil Matcsalono csceeds
one mill on dolUrs p(T annum, wm." the nmount
exported fi up In wjulul lumdrrd thousand
moro NnbiutneAH could ever urow tu such glantlo
proportions aim rest uion any o her basis than that
In t'li'itNnnt to Vno.
Its Cures 1 .-lrntl lln r n pvrloil
l" 0 Tt'iii'.t,
lis iilo Conodititlj- Xiirt'ritHi'N,
Cures I))- lis mild, Sonlliln? ('fleet
Cures "Colli In IJi'tn!," iiml Ca
tarrli, III' ll.CU'ItU.
AN OPEN LIOTEll
Tt Speaks for Itself.
liocKroitT, Mass., April 2,
Mk. KniTnu : liming mail In jour paper rtinrts
o( tlu rrinarkAblu irnrcb o( CttUirrh, I nm imluct'il to
til.'luti knnw tilHuit Catnrrli." and lfnnuyttio
"snuiT" nnd lnhiUln(f-tutw makerH (ineru uollar
Krubber) woiiui W guilt they could cmblnr-ona
fclmllai euro lathe p.ip?r& Korsn jears I sulTered
with catarn. Thna&al passages bernmo complete
ly closed. Mum," 'Must' 'a shes,"'iri hall tig-tubes"
und "sticks" woiddrt work. though at Intervals I
would Mdtl up the so-called catarrh snuff, until J
becninn a valuable tontcr fjr such racdklncs. I
gradually gro worse, and no one can know how
much I Buttered or what a miserable being I waa.
Aly head, ached over my ees, I was confined to my
iH'd for many bucccssH o da ys, Buffering the most In
tense pain, which at one time as ted contlunousiy
for ten hours. All sense or smell anatasto gone,
sight and hearing Impaired, body shrunken and
weakened, nervous sstem shattered, constitution
broken, and I was hawking and n pitting seven
ehfhthsol the time. 1 rraed for death lo relieve
ine of my Burfcrtng. A favorable notice In jour pa
per of Dr. Satro's Catarrh Hemedy Induced me to
purchase a package, and use It with Dr, llerce'a Na
sal Duuche. which applies the remedy by hydrostatic
press ire, tho only way compatible with common
sense. Well, Mr, Editor It did not cure me three
fourths of a becond, nor In one hour or moLth, but In
less than eight minutes I waa relieved, and In thrco
months entirety cured, and havo remained so for
over sixteen months. While using the Catarrh Hem-
cuy, i "seu it. nurues uoiuen jiqaicai ui.scovery
to purify my blood and strengthen my stomach I
aisu KepLiuy iier uciivu anu uoweta regular oy ine
use of nil I'leasarit PurtratiVa Pellets. If mv rinrrU
cncewlll tndure other sufferers to seek the Bame
means ot relief, this letter will have answered its
L. D. RKMICK
A 0L0UD OP WITNESSES.
Tho follovlnff named parties aro among the thou
sand3who havo been cured of Catarrh by the use of
Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy :
A. P. Downs. New Geneva, ra.; 1). J. Drown, St.
JoseDh. Mo.: K. C. tenti. Rutland. Vt : Levi Hnrlnir-
ir, is ettlo Lake, Ohio i cbas. Norcrop. North Chen.
Mrfleld. Me.! Hilton Jones, crlba, N. V.; J. K..MU
ler, under statton.Wyo.; J. C. .Merrtman, Logann-
luit,, .11. in. iihi, lAKansirurL, iiui.; j. itan
ejlTreraont, P.; II. II. A) res, iAl'ork'.Ind.: Jessie M.
Sears, M. Hranch, lnd.: L. llllatn, Canton, Mo.;
W. A. Thayer, tinargn, I1I.;S. I). Mcliola, Jr., Halves
ton, Texas i Jonas K Itelnert, btonesvllle, I'a.: H.w,
I. usk, Jlcarland, Wis.; Johnson Williams, Ui'lmlck',
ODlo; M. A. Currey, Trenton. Tenn.; J. t). Joslln.
Keene, N. II., A. .1. Car'r, Tabic Itoclt, V. Va.; Lew.
Is Anders, ia sport, tihlo; c. II. Chase, Elkhart,
Ind.; Mrs. Henry Ilullit, sun Frnnclseo, Cl.; Mrs.
II. l. (!allu.ha, Lawienevvllle, N. Y ; W.J tiraham
Adel, Iowa; A. (i. bunth, Newman, Ha.; thas. i
nice, llaltlmor;, Sid ; Jesso M. wars, Carlisle, Ind.;,
Dan l.H. -Miller, Ft. Wayne, Ind.: Mrs. Mlnnlo Ai
iialw, 90 I), lancy htreit. New York ; II. W. Hall,
Hastings. Mich.; wm. I'. Marston, Ixiwell. Mass.; 1.
W. Iiooeits Maricopa, Ariz.; I'has. H. Del.iney.
llarrlhljurf. I'a.; M. C. Cole. 1 ooll, Mass.; Mrs c. J.
snuitln.Cainden.AU.; Chas. K Kaw.Krederlcktown,
Ohio; Mrs. I.uey Hunter, Karmlncton, III.; Cant. K.
.1. spuuldlnir. Camp btambaugn Wyo ; I. W.Tracy,
steamboat nock.Iowa : Mrs. L. Walte, bhufrhan.N.Y.
.1. M. reck. Junction City, Mont; Henry St. IMn
tas, Cnl ; L. I'. Cummlngs, llantoul, Hi.; S. iC. Jones,
Charleston Four comers, N: Y.; (leo. F. Hail, 1'ueb
lo, Cal.; Wm. L'. Uirirle, Sterling, l'a.; II. II. Ebon,
04S l'enn btreet, I1tt6burg, l'a ; J It. Ilackman.sam
uel s Depot, Kv.; Henry Zobrlst, Oeneva, N. Y'.; Miss
Huttle l'arrott, Montgomery, Ohio; U Ledbrook,
Chatham, 111.: M 11. McCoy, Nashpurt,Ohlo ; W,
W, Warner, North Jackfon, Mich.; Jllsa Mary A.
Wlnne. Darlen. Wis.: John Zleeler. Carlisle. Pa.:
James Tomklns, fit. Cloud, Minn,; Enoch Duerr.l'aw-
iit'u cny, .un.; uaeiu '. jiuier, Aenia, ifuiu ; it,
Nichols, (1 1 IvoMon, 1 exas ; II. L. Laird, Upper Alton,
111 ; John I)avls.l'rescott, Ariz.; Mrs. Naney tiraham,
Forest Cove, Oreg.
Golden Medical Discovery
h Alterative, or Blood-cleanting.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
It a Cholagogue, or Liter Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By reason of lta Alteram e propcrllcs, cures Diseas
es of the Mood and fiklu, as Scrofula or King's Evil ;
Tumors; Ulcers, or Old sores; lilotches, t'lmples;
and Eruptions. Hy virtue of Its I'cctoral properties,
It cures llronchlal, 'Ihroat, nnd Luug AfTectloiis ;
Incipient Consumption; Lingering coughs; and
chronic Laryngitis. I ts Cholagogue. properties ren
der it an unequaled remedy ror luillouaness ; Torpid
Liver, or 'I.lur, Complaint;" and its Tot.lc proper
ties make It ( quallyclncaclousln curing Indigestion,
Lossot AppetttA, and Dspepsia.
Whelo the skin Is hallow, and covered with blotch
es, nnd pimples, or where there aro bcrorulous swel
lings and affections, a few bottles of Golden Medi
cal Discovery will effect an entire cure, lrvoufeel
dull, drowsv, debilitated, have sallow color or skin,
orjellowlsh brown sptts on tho faco tr body, fre
fluent headache or dizziness, bud taste In mouth, In
ternal heat or thills tilternatt d with hot Hushes, luw
splrlut andjgloomy forebodings. IrreguUr appetite
ami tongue coated, jou are buffering from Torpid
Liver, or "Bililousness.'' In many cases of "Llvi r
complaint," only part;of these symptoms are expe
rienced. Asa remedy for all buch cases. Dr. l'lerce'a
(Jolden Medical Discovery has no equal, as It effects
Eeifect cures, leaving iho liver strengthened and
Dr. It. V. i'mu'E is the feolo proprietor and manu
facturer ot the foregoing remedies, all of which are
bold by druggists lie is also the Author ot the Peo
ple's Common i-ense Medical AdU&er.a work ot
nearly one tiiwUHand pages, with two hundred and
itKhty-two wotkI ( ngralugs and colored plates. lie
lias all eady told tf this popular woric
Over 100,000 Copies !
PRICE (post paid) $1.50.
R. V. PIERCE, M. D,
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bait ewei. oouuie nicati ana tilitr
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CUSrJVC J Villi ftJ U-l i
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THRQAT.UINGS.UVER & BLQODi
In tho wonttorful mcHcInc to wliicli the nnilrtcil
nro nhnvo dlrcciM for relief, the tliacou-irr lic
1ic os ho ha combined fri harmony mm oof
inio' f-nveioifrn curfttlvc proticrtics, which (iod
tuts instilled into tho icgctnulc kingdom for heal
tnjr tho "Ick, tlmmTerc over before comllnel in
nno mod lei no. Tho orMcurc of this fact Is found In
tho Krcit variety ot most oltlimto disease hlch
It Inn been found to conquer. In I tie euro of
Urmictiltlt, Severe Concli'i ami the early
stapenot (;oiiuuiptIiiiit itbas astnolthctl tho
mcillcal faculty, nnd eminent jhvslclan pro
tiouiice tt tho ki cat eft nieillral dlacoicry of the
nre. While tt cures the evcrct t'ougha, it
Mitngthens tho svetcm and purlfleti tlto
hlotitl. Itr its Rrcat nnd IhnroiiKli hlonlpurify
lnK rnipcrlici, It cures all Humor, fmm the
Morst Srrufnln to a rnmmon lltotcli. Plm
ilc,or Iiiitlou. Mercurial illt-easc. Mlucal
I'oiKiMis, ntut their cllcct aro eradicated, and
Tlfforoua lienlth and a mund constlliitlnn etah
lihci. !) nlpolnai. Salt-rlioitm, Fevor
Snreff St air or llmiffli Skin, in flmrt, all
l be n nine rou s diseases cuu-ed bv bad blool. nro
nmiiuered by this jiuwciful, purilyiii, and ln
, If rnufeel dull, itrowiiy)dcl)lIltafed( have callow
eolor of ekin, or elluuhh bioun tHiu on faro or
IkhIv, frctiuent beadnciio ir dlzrlnci, bad tatc in
mouiii, Internal Lent or chills alternated with hot
flushes luw spirits, and glnomy foi elMnlltiKS, tr
ri'jrnlnr nppetile, nnd tonpun coated, vou nro
tiiluriK frum Tn-pll f,t ci-. or ' IltllotiH
ne." In manv case of l,lvrr Coin
iMnlnl' only ait of ilie-o vm;itinn am '
j't'iienred. a remedr for nil mu Ii ca'-CH, Ir,
ricrcc's (loldcn Medical Dlcmerv li:n no -.iunl,
as it c'Uct-t perfect cities, Ic.ninx the Utr
strcnftlicncd and healthy,
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS AT 21 PP JTUE.
Prepared by It. V. l'lMICi;, M. I)., Sole
Proprietor, at tho Wuni-o'rt Ikmi'emsauy,
llndnlo. X. Y.
Thil Cut llluitrittith Manner of Utirif
Fountain Nasal Injector,
Tills lnitrument Is eipeclMly designed for the
'erieci appucauuu ui
DH. SAGE'S OATARRE REMEDY.
It 1b the onlr form of Instrument ret Invented
Willi uhlch lluld medicine can bo carrleil high up
and perfectly appltnt to all parts of the affected
nasal passnges, and the chambers or cavities com
mu n leal ing thcrcwitn, In ulilch sores and ulcers
frenucntly exist, and from which the catarrhal
dlschaige generally proceeds. The want of sue
re, in tr eat Ine Catarrh heretofore has arisen
laigcly from the impossibility of applying rem
edies to these cavities and chambers vy any of ue
ordinary methods. This obstacle in the way of
effect ine cures is entirely overcome by the inten
tion of the Douche. Its use Is pleasant ami so
simpioin.ii.i nuiKi can unucrsiana iu 1111 auu
explicit direction") accompany each Instrii
menu When used with this instrument. Dr.
Safe's Catanh Itemed? cuica recent attacks of
ir. "uoiu 111 mo iioaci" uy a
MM WJ icw applications.
rl Ir n v m ! t 1I S- Frei ucn t
lieadachc, disCtiarFC laiune nuo niroai, wmc
times profuse", watery, thick mucus, purulent,
oiicnsivc, etc. in omcrs, a uryncss, ry, waicry,
weak, or inilamed cjes, stopping up, or obstruc
tion, of nasal nassairca. rinirine In cars, deaf-
tit's, hiukhi"- and couchine 10 clear throat.
nleevatinns. pcabs from ulcers, voice altered,
ii a a I twang, otTenslvc breath, impaired or total
deprivation or tense at emeu ana uisie, dizziness,
mental depression, lods of appetite, Indigestion,
pnI iriM.l innils. licLtinc coutrii. etc Onlv a few
of these symptoms are likely to be present in any
cac at one time.
Ir. Sasro'a Cntnrrh ncniedy. when med
am ih Ilr. Ilorco't .NiiniiI Douche, and ac
companied with the constitutional tie.it ment which
is recommended in the pamphlet that u raps each
bottle of the Kemcdy, Is a perfect EpeciQc for this
oatlinnit! iiiease. It is mild and pleafant to
ue, emitalnlnp no strong or cautic. drug or
poison., i tic cauri n iicmcnv is soiu ai w cciiu,
uuiiciic ai lAi cents uy nu nriiK5ii.
Ji, V, Vlh'ltCK, M. IK VrnjSr
UL'ITAI.O, N. V.
Tho Lightest Running,
Tho Most Durahlo,
Tho Most Popular
Jf it ravllf n1crtood. tnahe the
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resulnlliifif leiinlumi and take-up,
nnd iv HI fo the liolo runye vf family
nor; without cliuiicc
The u Doiiioatto" i matte in the moat
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cuo. J'utl tUrcvtloum and ittutt rations
vti euch envelope,
fiend Tiro Cents for illustrated Cata
loguo of lOOO raahlons
Sawintc Maehino Co., How York..
I. W. HARTMAN,
apfDoislic" Farer Fashions
December 14, IsII-ljr
V, A. UhmanD, Solicitor of American and Voro'en
I'alenU, 'aUiltgton, P.O. AU tuslneea connectod
with I'atent, wueUicr tclore tne I'atent Omco or
the Courts, promptly attended to. Nochargomade
unless a patent UBocurcd. bend for a circular.
Nay 4, 'JT-U b t w
Ooiiglit, Ontilt, Sore Throat, JonnciifSt,
n lumping Cough, fnjlttcnta, Bronehilit,
Ihcria, Vroup, J'ain in the title
anil llreiut, Spitting Blood,
Quimy, I'hlhitic, anil
THROAT, LUNGS AND QUEST,
FHOM EI.DKIt II. I,.OIt,MAr,A MINISTKIIOPTIIE
(lOSl'BI, IN HI.OVEH, VT.
I lmVP llPPn IrnilltIM tnr ntvp,nl vntm will, n illf-
llcnliyol tliehenrt nnd lunirt liao nppllcil to eer
ra plijflcl ui4 ror lii'ip.nml limotrlciiiiiniGSteviTy
ro ertv rft'onimnndotl, wllhonr, rerplvlnpimy nstli.
tance, biithad lcn Lrmlnir weikcr ami weaker,
until. Iionrlnir ot wlttnrn lialuun or lid cuerrv
about a J ear since, 1 coinnviici'd lislliif It with tn1
medlatq rellf. It tins not only reslon d my limns to
a houoil mate, but I am entirely relleied of lliu rtlf-
uuuuj or uisrasu 01 1110 nenri. 1 llaio no lieslt'illon
lnsalDirtlmt It. 1h tlio best Imitr medicine bolero
Iho tiubll . and I clieerfullv niitl rnnsolontlntt.lt' tn.
l oinnientl It to all portions siirctrlut; wnu pulmonary
oi' Wild Cherry
of Wild Cherry
FliOMMltS. 1SAC MOOUB, 01' 11ICI1MJIN1), VT
une tlireo tears Inco I wils iilurU-cl utn, n
severe eomili, soreness nnd Irritation ot tlm lunics.
lw ,. i.ilii ...i- ii.HH-u uiiiiiiu in upcM-re lorm. iiur
Inir the Ilrst year I tried seieial of the mof iKipular
medlclni s nf Iho dny.but received no real relief, nnd
I Irul almost despaired ot ever regralnlnc my heallli
nlienl os Induced to try Dr. vflsmr'n nalMitn ot
..mi , iirr, which very soon rcnevod me, .My
'MUL' 1 bl enlUO loose. thOMOronnss mil Irrllntlnn ills.
appeared, nnl my Renenilhosltli heenn to mend.
eoullnued IH uso ami a feir boitics resided mu to
better henlih than I otrr hoped to enjoy ncaln. I
wllcvo the Mali itn to be the most reliable remedy
Ittateau ho found,''
Vvistar s B ilsam
of Wild Cherry.
of Wild Cherry.
FROM 1IRNJAMIN WI1KKLHR, STATION AOKNT
AT SOUTH ItOYALSTON, JIASS,
"I was most Rpvorely nflllctcd with a hard, dry
comth wllh Its usual accompaniment of nljrlit sweats
completely prostrating mv nervous system.and pros
trattntc my nerous sjstem, aod pioduclnir sticha
ilebllltated state of llealtb that, alter trylnir medical
aid to no jmrpnse, 1 had plven up all hopes of ever
recovering, as had also my friends. At this staco of
matters I was prevailed upon, through the Influence
of a nolirlibor.to try Wistar's luisaiu. though with
no belief whatever In Its truly wondertul curative
properties, and before using two bottles the effect
wss almost magical. My cough entirely left mo tho
night sweats deserted me, hope once moro elevated
my depressed spirits, and soon I had attained mv
wonted strength and vigor. Thus has this llalsom,
as has otten been remarked by persons conversant
with the above facts In this vlclnlly. literally snatch
ed me from the grave. You nro at liberty to use this
tortlie benefit of tho nflllctod."
of Wild Cherry.
of Wild Cherry.
Is prepared by HCTH W. FOWr.E & SONS, eollar
ilson tuenuo, Iloston, Mass, sold by dealers gen
erally. Gucts. and tin bottle. march
ail III! of a Hvuto datura, twultW from aarly bbuaM
or tnft'Otltin of Ithrr Hei. Mciiilnnl WrukncaaprtKliH-lnff
I'mlMliitia, !.) of MemofT, linpiilri'd Miht, Loat
AlMnhtMid or impoU-nt-y. Nrrtnua ltilllj, ppnoar
rntly cutv.li tllttrakMof tba 1114 dir. Kltlut'ja, l.ttrn
I It, A.tlmnj ratarrh. 111m, all CbrnnV libra, and 1)H
t;Al(FFKMAl.i:rSWJ to LU Irealnwal. Dr.Uta
Iim hu.) a Itftclottf aitwrlanta, and rurea bm ntlian fall. I la
Ii a RrvlutU of Ilia IteiYnneJ Prhnot, uat no inarrurv, ba lha
IvriHttrrvlWin tba U.S. LAIkIKH wolrlirg Iraaiinent with
prl lull liotno ani bmrA, rail it tlia, Kierv t onttnit'iica (or
paitenu, S I flfty ranU fur latnpla pf EatiLer lltwdt and rli
tulv of luimruiil Information hyiapma. I) It. OM.N'tl
VfilHiU I'll fri. (VM'oltHW trre.
MAEEIAGE GUIDE SSiSU'Ctt
).UII4 anil ttt Jill. . i I ,if 1 . .ii all bt . prlr.1.
tatluta. 1 alua' 1. a.' t 1 - nt J II o-. ront.iii'laUiiK
ittarrLW. Ilnwli I' .It v I 'fit t y in tli. marriaJ tala
l!in. Lr.tvW.1? .bonld Ipl Oil. Uata. llWM nab, waiiyaj
aug. 17, 7t-ly 11 fi o
RAIL ROAD TIMETABLES
piIILADJJU'IU AND HEADING KOAD
AUKAXaoiENT OF PASSENGER
May 21, 1S76.
TKAINS LEAVE ri'EHT AS IOI.I.OWS (frKPAYEXCFm!
For Now York-, Philadelphia, Heading, l'ottsvlllo
Tamaqua, 4c, 11,33 a. in
For Catawlssa, ll.ts u. in. c,4T nnd T,80 p. m.
For WlIllainsport,C,2s c,34 a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
TilAINSr-OR KCTERT LEAVE AS FOLLOWS, (SCKDAT EA
Leave New York, P,43 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, 9,15 a. m.
Leave Hooding, 11,3 in. m., Pottsvllle, 12,15 p. m
and Tamaqua, 1,25 p. m.
Leave t'ataw issa, ,so ,s8 a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
Jxa o Winiainspori ,0,2 a.m,l2,no m. nud c.oo p. m
l'asseni'crs uLd Horn Now Yoik and phllado
phla go ttiroug.i ithout change of cars.
J. C. WOOTTKN,
CO, HANCOCK. UencralJlanasw
Jan. ii, liic-u.
C0,1.1!! NTIWL It Alt, WAY
1 LU all 1 XI IN 1
On and after November 2uth. 1S73, trains will lea e
Erie Matl 5.20 a. in., arrive Klrolra 11 , 1
" Canandalgua... s.rsji.m
liochester 5.16 "
Niagara. a 40 "
Itenovo accommodation 11.10 a. m.arrno Williams
rt 12.55 p. m.
nimlra .Mall 4.15 a. in., arrive Elmlra 10.20 a, m.
buffalo Express 7.15 a. m. arrive lturtalo 8.50 a. in
liuffalo Eipress s.50 a. m. arrive Ilarrtsburg 4.60 a.m
" llaltlmoit) 8.40 '
Elmlra Mall 11.15 a. m., arrl.o Ilarrtsburg 1.50 p. ra
" Washington 10.no "
" lialtluoro o.so '
" Waslilngton 8.B0 '
narrlsburg accommodation 8.40 p. in. arrive Harris
burg idjo p. m.
arrive llaltlmoro 2.26 a. m
" Washington 6.13 "
Erlo Mall 12.65 a. ra. arrive Harrlsburg 3 05 a. mj
" llaltlmoro 8.40 "
iiAiirf.n.. ... "a Washington 10.85 "
I AU dally except Sunday.
1). M. L'OYD, Jr., General rassenger Agen
A. J. CASSATT, General Manage
Tlme-Table No. 811, Takes effect at 4:30 A. M
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2J 1S75.
p.m. p.m. n.m
s 05 68
8 oil 3 61
7 65 0 49
a.m. p m. ji.ml
a ,1 . ZU D HO
9 48 2 20 a 80
9 63 4 111 at tt
1 40 3 d
10 Ul 9 SS fi 43
10 OA Q alt A ,n
10 11 1 62 6 63
2 63 7 01
8 04 7 00
r itT 7 11
T 15 8 17
lie 87 8 10 7 15
7 IS 3 17
7 07 8 13
T 03 8 119
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