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THE COLtJmSiaN ANl3 t)EMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA GOt Tt, V A.
Wiutfs on the Farm.
Tho greatest waslo on the farm is In the
not using of our brain i the greatest bec.iue
at tho bottom of nil other wastes, A little
thinking often caves much labor. After ac
complishing nny piece of work, tho mostol
us can look back nnd see Low we could
have Improved on It if we had but thought.
As wo review our erops of this year, we see
how they could have been easily increased
hid we only thought. The ditch dug
through our meadows was not done, in the
most economical way. We dug too deeply
at first, nnd did not allow for tho settling ol
the land ; hence a waste of labor. We
omitted buying an implement that would
have saved nearly its cost in ono yenr'a use,
until we have spent much time in trying to
accomplish our work without it. Hero we
have another wate. We carry a water
pipe too near the surfneo to save the ex
penso of digging a trench of safe depth, nnd
the winters' frost necessitates a replacement
of the pipe nnd nn additional digging. Cer
tainly a wntc here. e nllow tho wccu
to grow on cxic piece of the land not think
ing to what proportions they would grow
by the time the crops were too far advanced
to admit the hoe. A waste here which
might have been obviated, And soon,wastes
little nnd big everywhere, nil rising from
our not thinking sulhVicntly waste, be
caue not necessary and easily obviated
Wo omit tho ordinary woites from neglect,
from laziness, from want of appreciation for
cleanliness nnd thoroughness; the wastes
from our stock, from our manure heap, from
our household. Verily, n little thought
will save to the farmer much ; and the sav
ing through this means, even on u small
farm will repreaeut the interest on a consld
erablo capital. The wastes nrisiug from lg-
nornnco can very readily bo diminished, and
are in n large part inexcusable ; those aris
ing from carelessness nro cot deserving of I
sympathy. The farmer, as well as the busi
ness man, must use business principals to
secure tho largest success, nnd the one
fhould bo ns careful of the outgoes as the
other. Scientific Farmer.
Discovery of Antiquities.
Mr. Laynrd.tho llritifh Ambasador nt
Constantinople, whose name is so closely
connected with Assyrian exploration, has
found time to rescue from the oblivion of
battlefields in Turkish Armenia a series of
most Interesting antiquities. These have
just arrived at tho British Museum. The ob
jecta are bronze architectural ornaments
forming portions of the decoration of some
royal palace of the Armenian monarch, and
as they are the Bole relics of tho art of that
ancient kingdom at present discovered, they
will be much increased in value, and worthy
the consideration of all students of Assyrian
and Asiatic art,
The first object, and the most interesting
from an artistic point of view, is the bronze
model of n winged bull. This figure is about
eight inches in height nnd six inches iu
length, and is modelled in an extremely fine
bronze, containing a large proportion of cop
per, and is in very good preservation. The
whole of the hind quarters and the forelegs
and breast are those of a bull, while the
bead is that of a human being, with the tor
to and arms complete. The head of the fig
uro has the hair plaited and dressed in the
conventional style of Assyria, but tho face is
missing. This at first appears strange, but
an examination of the vacant space shows
that the face of the figure was that of a hu
man being, and was probably mu'lo of gold
cemented to the bronze by a layer of bitu
men. The figure, unlike tho majority of the
winged and human-headed bulls from Ko-
vunjik and Nimruud, has arms, which are
folded across the breasts, with his hands
clasped. Tho whole of this figure has been
most richly decorated with gold, and the
feather of the wing mil the horns of iho
head inlaid with ivory. On the head of this
figure ns a species of adjunct to the horned
cap which adorns it, is an ornamental pedaj
tal of a small column which rested on the
figure, and which supported .some light sn.
perstructure. Hound the arms of the figure
are a pair of bracelets ornamented with a
square pattern resembling tho Greek orna
The next object of importance in the col
lection is a bronze figure of a bull couchant,
whlch,unlike the.ugurejust described, is en
tirely animal in its character, and is minute
ly accurate in the production of the animal
It stands about 4 inches high, nnd is
about 4 inches iu length. The head has
the single pair of horns of the bull; but the
face In this example is also missing. The
minute accuracy in the modelling of the
feet and hoofs of this animal, as well as the from likens county, no one daring to op
ears and horns, shows that thoartist was u pose their progress. In a short time they
more attentive student of nature than wero
bis Assyrian neighbors.
The next object ol interest in the collet
tion is a bronze foot of an altar which is of
most massive and well-designed workman
ship, and which represents the conventional
form of the paw of a Hon. The upper por
tiou is decorated with a pauel on which is
the winged circle, a decoration.common to
both Atsyria and Kgypt. The upper por
tion of this fragment has been richly decora
ted with inlaid ivory and embossed orna
ments on the bronza. It is about seven inch
es In height and about 4 iuches lu breadth,
ana the material is of a most solid nature
Tho question arises as to tho date, which
we are lonunateiy enauieu to solye Dy
means ot an Inscription on one nt the frag
ments. This inscription bears the name of
a monarch named Argistis, nnd a dedlca'
tion to the god llaldis, the chief dlety of
the Armenian l'antheon, Iu the reign of
theAssyriau King, Shatmanesar III, (It,
U. 850, the kingdom of JUnnalor Van, to
northeast of Assyria began to be a
powerful opponent of the Assyrian rule, nnd
ware were waged between the Jlinueans and
the Assyrians. It was at this period that
the Minneans adopted the cuneiform mode
of writing, and as Nimroud was then Iho
Aasyrian capital, they copied the heavy
style ot art of that period. Hut the king.
dom of Van came into most direct contact
with Assyria during the reigns of Barguo
(H. U. 721) and his successors: and Sargou
gives amon his oppouents the kiug whoso
name is found un one of Mr, Layard's bron
ze's, and we may therefore place him about
II. O. 715.
The city of Van, from which Mr. I.ayard
obtained these antiquities, Is one of yery
ancient date, having certainly been lit exis
tence as early as tho tenth century before
the Christian era. The close connection
between lli foundation and Avrln N l.nr
ueiween iw lounuanon auu Aiwjria t borne
out by the local legend, which attributes! lu
r 1 .t . .i n c. , ,M
foundation to the ljueen oeiulrami, from
whom It derived an ancient title of Scham-
, r 1 f I . I 1 . r.
iramiuru. nere wiu Assyrian iuecu us
said to have founded a place with luxurious
garden and streuuif. Here alio spent the
summer montbn among the cool and pleas.
aut hills cu the bang ot J.uke Van, relum
ing to Mueveh In the winter.
Some Munchausen Stories.
Scribner for .Timo contain a tnpor entitled
'living ns n l'iiig Art: and tho claims ot
tlio Hov. Samuel Peters ri nn Artist,' by
V. L. Klngsley, cOitor of 77ie Aew ICng'
lamlcr, Acco-dinR to Mr. Kingiley, IV
ter's 'History of Connecticut,' rmbllslicd
in 1771. Is in n great in ensure the source
of tliofumtjiu libels ou Connecticut in the
matter of the Hluo Laws. How worthy
thU author is of boli'f may be Inferred
from the following stories told in the His
tory as sober truth :
'One nlht in July, 1703, the. frogs of nn
artificial pond threo miles squaro and about
live from Windham, finding the water dried
up, left the place in a body, nnd inarched
rather hopped toward Wlniiomantlc
River. They were under the necessity of
inking tho road and going through the town,
which they entered about midnight. Tho
bull-frogs were tho leaders, and the pipers
followed without number. They filled tho
i tad forty yard 4 wide fur four miles in
length, nnd wero for several hours in pacing
through the town unusual) clamorous. Tho
inhabitants wero equally pernloxed and
frightened ; some expected to flint nn army
of French and Indian4, and others feared nn
earthquake unit dissolution of nature. The
consternation was iiniersal. Old and young
male nnd female, lied linked from their beds
with worse shriekings than Ihme of the
frogs. The event was fatal to several wom
en, l lie men, alter n IllgUt ol nail a mile,
In which they met with broken shin, find
ing no enemies in pursuit of them, made n
halt nnd summoned resolution enough to
venture back to their wives and children,
when they distinctly heard from the ene
my's camp these words ; 'Wight, Hllderkln,
bysr, lcto.' This last they thought meant
treaty j and, plucking up courage, they sent
n triumvirate to capitulate with the suppos
ed French and Indians. Theso three men
approached in their shirts, and begged to
speak with the general ; but it being dark
and no answer given, they were sorely rgi-
tated for some time betwixt hope nnd fear ;
however, they discovered that tho dreaded
inimical nrmy was an army of thirsty frog,
going to tho rirer.for a little water,'
ihese stones are thrown into tho shade bv
tho famous account of Bellows Falls, in the
Two hundred miles from Lorn Island
Sound is a narrow of five yards only, formed
hy two shelving mountains of solid rock.
whose tops intercept tho clouds. Through
this chasm aro compelled to pass all the
wators which, in the time of the Hoods, bury
the northern country. At tho unner cohos
the river spreads twenty-four .miles wide,
and for five or six weeks ships of war might
sail over lauds that afterward produce the
greatest crops of hay and grain in America.
I'cople who can bear the sight, the groans,
the tremblings and surly motion of the wat
er, trees, and icc.through this awful passage
view with astonishment one of the greatest
phenomena in nature. Here water is cr nsol
idated without frost, by pressure, by swift
ness, between tho pinching, sturdy rocks to
such n degree of induration that an iron
crow cannot be forced into it. Here, iron,
lead and cork have one common weight;
and here, steady as time nnd harder thnn
marble, the stream passes, irresistible, if not
swift as lightning. Tho electric fire rends
trees in pieces with no greater ease than
does this mighty water. The passage is
nbout 400 yards in length, and of a zigzag
torm with obtuse corners,
A Ilomantic Murder.
iho novelist wliois looking for the plot
of a first class sensational story will find in
a letter from Georgia the history of a ro
luauce in rem uie, a paraueu to wmcli can
scarcely bo found outside the pages of fic
tion. That it should have occurred in this
evening of a century of railroads nnd tele
graph lines and newspapers is, perhaps, the
most singular part of the whole ufliiir. The
scene is laid in Pickens county, fieonrin.
First we have the pretty, popular, impetu
ous daughter of a respectable citizen run-
ning tho usual career of country belles,wind-
ing up as it properly should in matrimony
to a young fellow of her own class, upou
wliom the bonds of wedlock appear to have
hung very lightly. During the Christmas
season of 1877 his attentions to n lady to
enraged the young wife that she stabbed
her to death in a country ball-room. Around
this wife, thus become a murderess, the
husband, his father and brethren formed u
bodyguard and fought their way out of the
building where tho tragedy was enacted
With a loyalty and devotion to the guilty
woman rarely witnessed iu these prosaic
uy tney resolved that she should not be
surrendered to the oiliccrs of the law, and in
tew ""J"9, arineu anil equlpped.they moved
disappeared and the sad event was gradual
ly dying out of the memories of all save the
friends of the murdered woman. Recently
however, the fugitives wero heard from in
Jvorth Carolina, and a party was organized
to effect their capture. A lone chime.
a desperate resistance, an attempted rescue
and two prison cells (or husband and wife
and a baby child are thus far the completed
chapters ot this Ueorgla romance. A case
In which so many of the darker as well as
the better qualities of human nature are so
curiously blended seldom fiuds its way into
the news columns of the daily journals.
A'ew York Herald.
Thrush in House's Foot. If there is
much swelling nnd tenderness of the heel,
poultice for n day or two with wheat bran,
haviug a fair sprinkling of charcoal audeul
phato of zinc on its surface. Olve half an
ounce of nitrate of potash dally in the food.
If there is little heat or tenderness, paro
away all the ragged horn from the cleft of
uie iro?. clean ic out mnrniipiiiv nmi nrp4
it into a tdedce of tow. smeared ou Its m.ner
surface with tar and sprinkled with a mlxt-
ure, in equal proportions of finely-powdered
sulphate of copper and calomel. Keep the
whole hoof, but especially the sole nnd fro.
smeared with a mixture, in equal propor
tions, oi wood tar and lard.
SELLERS1 LIVER PILLS
Citr.(,rX4r C.i4lM. (.r.,.n... HkI ll,4 .
r BtlUioar. ' I ta rcmiaiiwtid lUlLtr.' 1 1... in.
fBa-t, Boll bf all PruiilUan1aawBtrr'8tiirf Inmi
The underklsned Auditor appointed on exceptions
lo ttual urcoui.t of II. V. Vain
iut rsiui. a umioiniatru-
tor of J. II. VacderKllce, dfreased. with iohit io
make dwrlliulloii.wlil atunrt lo the uutfeaof hu
""ra'uruay, Juiwm. im, at u?u oviocit a. m , when
and where all Kisorm havloir tlaln-. ore remiesteU
t present the tame Ufore the Auditor or be debar-
r, 1'. UILU1K1 Kit,
may 81 16IS-JW
1'IMTJUtH, ta., to..
THOMAS II. 1URTHN. ALBERT 1IAHTMA11,
THE RED FRONT,
TKA8, CAXNICl) ntlllT,
Spieos of all kinds, Qlass & Qvwonswaro,
Foroign and Doinostio Fruits,
AND GEXERAJ, LINK Oh'
Itli iloor below Hr-rkn street, I'.lcomi-bnrg, l'n.
Itr Hoods delivered to nil rrts of the tawn
Arrtl '7. '7Ttf
The r.UEAT REM ID for
allaws axti-fat 9
U rmrfly vpffptfible an1 perfectly hnrmlrii. It art!
Hi... ii the Aw! In tlic Btomacli, preventlnK Hi llna
cuim-rtfit ItiM fat. Takrn tu arcorilnnce ullh di
rections. It will reduce ft perton from two to flr
nounil pr kmIm .......
-CnrniiUncu ! not only n dtsea- Itstir, lint tlie
InrliliiKir of oUrera.'' wroto Hlrtpcratj5 two
thouvinJ 5 ara afro, anil what w truo then la non
the less bo to-day. ,
sold lv lirui-'plsU, or wnt, 1T rirc, upoa re
eclptof uartcr-doztn $00. Address,
BOTANIC MEDICINE CO., '
rroxrictor$t XutfalO, .V. Xi
Mai' 24, TtSm
GREAT TRUNK LINE
UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE.
The attention of the travelling public is respect
fully Invited to 8' me cf the merits of ihw prcnt high
way. In the confluent assertion ana belief tuat no.
oilier one can oner equal muueements as a route of
luruuKU iruvei. lu
stands confessedly nt the head of American railways.
The track Is double the entlro length of Iho hue, ot
stel mils laid on heavy oak lies, wlacli aro embed
ded In a foundation ot rock ballast eighteen Inches
In dept h. All hrldjes are of Iron or blone, nnd buht
upoh the moat apjru ed plans, lu pasboni;er cat s,
while eminently sate and bubsUntial, aro nt the
oamti uiuv luuuefs ui tuimori, unu elegance.
TH3 SAFETY APPLIANCES
In it'c on this lino well Illustrate llicfar-scclnjrnnd
liberal poller of Its management, In accordance with
nnicii mo uimiy only ot an improvement nnd nr.!
Its cost has been tho question ot consideration.
jxmuns uiuiiy may pe- noticcu
7H3 BLOCK SYSTEM OF SAFETY SIGNALS,
JAITNEY COUPLES, BUFFER and PLATFORli,
THE WHARTON PATENT SWITCH,
formlhg In conjunction with a perfect double track
anuro.iu-ueu u combination of safeKiiarils agamxt
tteeiueuvs wmcu nave, renaereu item practleauy Jm-
Pullman Palace Cars
aro run on all Express Trains "
From New Yotlt, I'liilrulHi'l'lii t lliilthnorc un
1 unilllll nil,
To L'litrntfoi ('lu iiiuml, 1
WITIIOl'T cu AMU,
and to nil principal points In the far West nnd South
with but one enuuo or ci.rs. conntctlons nro mado
In r iiuu Depots, and aio assured to all Important
Is admitted to Lo unsurpashod In the world for ffran
Ueur, beauty und variety, ruperlor refreshment fa-
cilltl' sare protuled. ninlO)ces are courteous and
atU'Ml .y.aiul 11 is an Inevluiljlo rebUlt that a trip by
Aric&:Isg as. Hemsralilj Esjeriescc.
Tickets for sale at the lowest rates at the Ticket
OfhVesot tho Company In all Important cities and
Fit INK THOMPSON,
I. T. PAItVKII.
(lenl l'nssetiger Agent,
J. K. SIIOKMAKEU, Pass. Agent Middle flat.,
li North 'J hlr Jbtreet, uarrlsburg, r
lliH ltlttt-ri nrc llif ritri'ot mul Itrt IlIlti rH
i.tt'r .uadf, .
Tbey are compounded dom Hops, Jtucln, Man-
iraku ami L'auneiion, mo ol'lat, inat, iiiiij muM
atlliitilO liKdlt'lUG Hi llit) wurul ami i nninin i.n tin :
beat u ml inOat curai Ive projx rilisor all uib-r I it-1
1 1, ucjust viia ki v,m;sv ui. ui ruruior i-iver Heir-
uiuuir.ana i.uj una H-auiMtctortDif oteutoxi
x'atUi. NodlsaM) cr lit health -mi ltr puKi
tvUcru tlicteu Ulltera uiu u&eJ. ko varii-ii mid rnr.
tfii ure thpir operuUons. r
iuey pu new iim ana vijor to llio aged ano
uumit'sottlie bowtUor mimry oriMint or win
ruqulie nn in peilzer, ttmlc, ana Alia Mlniulant
tht!,h llltll P ,irH IllVftlllllhl.. tu.trrr I.IM.hpxn..
i ive, toulc and btlinulmlu, wilUuut laUjAlcaUnk'.
.-no muutr wui yuur ipuiintfji oraymrtoina rre
vliatthu Utst-u-v gr ailment w, Hod liltura
DuU't Wtilt UlitlliOU uro ttlulc. Lul If fui nl
ft!il bad or mlst-rulile.UMj lIib linn .tiit.r at ntwU
many r-avcjournui. iluiiUitOh bae U-en
ny Buuutii-,'. u wjf j w m uo nam lor a caw
ibey will i.otcuiuur ttip.
Do ma Kulf' r nurbvlt or let your rl.ua4 buffer,
uui, unu uuu uit,u lucm hj usu null 1)11 ICrU
Htm luljrr. Hut) lllttvrH l nn Hm iini
Jrunktii nu-truin, but tbo l'urebt and Ut-ut
loluti etr muUt: Iho 4'Jnvaltd'H Frleud ami Hnr.
land no urun or family thou I J be without thein
Try Ho? Cough Cure and Pain Belief.
Vorsaly by Movm.k ItKoniKH't.
S. W. Douglass,
Civil and Mining Engineer
General Surveying and Engineering
BusinoBs attended to with Oare
and Dispatch i
I ua prepared lo make drawings, plana and
Models la Wood, brass, Iron, or the above ra&ttrhUs
combined 03 noccssary of
Bridges, Hicet, Eretitrr, Eulldlr-s( Englns;
PUMPS, and all kinds ot uncLlnirj- (or uh of cases
at Court or for applications to secure paunu,
1'almlshecuri J. mar(h, liTft-
AT 1M11VATK SALE,
Willow Vale Estate!
A Vatuablo property, lilng In rrankllh township,
Columbia county, l'ennsj hanta, on tho enst branch
uoanngcrccK, itconsistsot a oeauiitui iarm or
t htch ore erected a commodious and comforta
ble Dwelling IIoiim', a largu Hunk l'.urn, cider Press,
d a'l lieeefsntj' otit-bullillties. It 1ms cronlng
lion It abundance of excelum fruit, has a well ot
water nt bo'hll.u (inelllnir hr.uso and born, and Is
conenlcht of ncccssby pubito roads.
Adjoining rin.1 Wna apiirf of tho same, lint will be
ROM separately If desired, about nvo acics of the
above lnnil., w lu n on nrc erm d n largo
CUSTOM, IIIIIST AND FLOL'lUMI MI IX,
with four run of stone, n Dwelling lloufce, a aw
III, n Dry uoculs moid ami iiueuing uouso ana
other Improvements, together with the water-power
and appurtenances thtrcto.
rtic wniou viiio roHt o nice
on tho premises. It Is wllhln tasy reach ot Cato-
wtssa, Centralis, Arhland, Mount Carintland otlicr
mining towns for market purposes.
Tho properly Is bounded by lands of Munson, and
Artley, nndfcheiLs, aud D. llowurasdothrrs. Hio
two described properties 'illllHtfolil separutely or
together to suit purilmcrs. Tor terms apply to
Mini Mendenh.ill, 11. It. Ditiikcror John l. Freeze,
at Bloorusburg, I'enn'n. fcu.9,'!-tf
" A l"v (ireat enaneo to make money. If you
. bucks. No need a person iery-
whore to tnkn sulworlptlons to the largest, cheapeht
Rnu W'Sl luusiraieu lilliuiy itiiuiicuiiuii in ute uunu.
Any ono can become a suet essful agent. Ihutnoht
eipirantuorksor artel-en fiee to siibsrrltif rs The
tirleo is bo low tlint almost en ryborly subscribes.
onongent reporM making i vt r t to In a wek, A
lady ngent reporus taking uvcr 40ii sublet Ibers In ten
ilnR. All who t nirnife nuike rnoney Mst. toucan
devote all - our tune- to tbo twined, cr rnly jour
spare time. You need not be nu ny li-oin home over
nurm.. i i i rjin n'j il n t'u lui unit I a. r un mil lie-
ulars. illrectl'ib and terns f me Mevact aua e
pcnslo ontnt tree. If ou want pioiltable work
send us vonr address at once. It. costs nothing to
try tho business. No ono w In) encages falls to make
f:re.tt pay. iaaress juu ivrpito .luuumi, i uit
and.llalne. aug. n, 'll -iy
Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Skin,
jjeautifles the complexion, prevents
and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout,
IIeaij Sores and Abrasions of the
.Cuticle and Counteracts Contacion.
Tills Standard Exterpal Remedy for Erup
tions, Sores and Injuries of the Skin, not only
REMOVES FROM THE CO.MI'LKXION ALL BLEM
ISHES nrisini- from local impurities of the
blood and obstruction of the pores, but also
those produced by the sun nnd wind, such as
tan and freckles. It renders the CUTICLE
MARVELOUSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH and PLIANT,
and being a WHOLESOME DEAUT1F1ER is far
preferable to any cosmetic
ALL THE REMEDIAL ADVANTAGES OF SUL
niUR JIatiis are insured iiy the use of
Glenn's Sulnhiir Soap, which in add!
tion to its purifying effects, remedies and rRE
vents Rheumatism and Gout.
It also disinfects clothing and linen
and TRE.VENTS, DISEASES COMMUNICATED BY
contact with the terson.
It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald
ness, and retards grayness of the hair.
Physicians speak of it in high terms.
Prices 25 and 50 Cents per Cake; per
Box (3 Cakes), 60c. and $1.20.
K. B. The so cent cakes are triple the tuc of those &1
ft 1ULIS HAIR AND TVHISKEU DYE,"
Black or Uromii 30 CenU.
C. Si. CUHE5T0S, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Av., 5.Y.
l'ectmber n, lMT-ly
a-ZREO-G- &c BOWB,
jMNE, J-IGHT AND jEAYY
N. E. Cor. Twelfth and Arch Sis,, Philad'a,
-MXrjU&INO MATLT ATTENDED TO. ALBO. CAK
XIAQIS TAEEK OH 8T0&AQB.
A JC IMIEHItpi AVATfll AND fill
SfmAAri8tc,'lwui(l0r.1' re with every ortlei
"'""k'nt In. J. II.Un)lanl&Lo..Cl.Uui
uug.17, 17-1)' 11 Id
obtain e tl for
or othpr com.
(oundi, ornainpiital dfbiirns.lratio marks, and la
pcU. CrtVPat?. Acslcnments. Interferences. AnwaN.
suits for lnfrlnK'emiiU, anil all caset iirlslnj; under
inventions xnat xiavo seen
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lvl1jt) I IlilJbtnilnmobt fa.ses.be nat-
enU'dbyU'. lielng opposite tho patent oQVe, we
can make closer fcearclics, and hecuro patents more
piuui(Hij, unu Mini uruautr -.iuiius iuuu lUUM) W10
are remote Irom VafUlngton.
send us a incdt I or sketch of j our de Ice : we mako
examinations irto ot chartce.und aUUse as to patent,
ability. All conespoi.Ufrn-'e strictly conUdeiMlal.
Prices low and NO CllAHGE UNLKsH PATKNT 18
We refer to cfllclals in the Patent omce, to our cli
ents In every nato of the t'lilou, and to jour Sena
tor and llepresentatlve In Uonurtbs. bpeclal refer
ences given wneu dt sired, Adureut
Onroslte Patent Office. nfcnlncton. D. c.
aprll o, tr
Steel and Iron
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF
Patent In.lde nolt Work and
0 Un COHPUTI WITHOUT IT 1 1
W. H. TERWILLIGER,
84 Maiden Lane,
dcu, i,l.ll ii
AT THE OFFICE OF,
733 Siisom St., PHILADELPHIA,
)Vl uro our nulliorlwd ateiiu, uud wll)
rvceirv AdvertUementa at uiur
LOtVUtT CASH 1UTJI.
PUBLIC SALEL HAND BILLS
Printed at thia Office
ON BHORTEST NOTICE AND AT TUB
MOST BEASONABLK TEBltS,
JJpgs leave to inform his customers
now replete with all tlio JNoveltics
consisting of new and beautiful styles of
ENGLISH FRENCH GERMAN AND DOMESTIC GOODS
any of which ho is prepared to make up in the latest style.
Kciidv-madc cotliing cheaper than ever.
Cheap Suits for men, Cheap suits for Youths,
nil nf tlio best make and
Just received a full lino of all the
wm$t mm, mm
For Men, for Youths, for Boys Cheaper
A FULL LINE
rt?t rot ix T,?n
CT. EC. MAIZE'S
Mammoth Grocery, corner
BLOOMSBTJBQ, 3? -A..,
18 TUB I'l.AOU TO GET TUB WOUTH OP VOUU MONEY IN THE FINEST AND FIIESHEST OF
Fancy Iniiiortod and DomesticlStaple Groceries of Every Description
Qaecasware, Glassware, foii anfl. Willowware,
Flour ami Feed, Tobacco and Cigars,
AT BOTTOM PRICES FOR -CASH,
OH NICE FRESH 1'UODUCE.
Then Buy N. Y. ENAMEL PAINT CO.
CHEMICAL PAINT, -
3221 ana save onc-tUIrd tlio cost of painting, and get a paint that U much handsomer, anil will
I.IKTTIVII'C AS Iran AH ANY OTHER PAINT.
Is prepared ready formeln white or anv color
In the country, many or which ha-e bten painted six
CI1E.MIUAL TAINT has taken Flrbt 1'llE.MIU.MSnt
colors sent tree. Address a. y. eh ahul r a
DEH bUN,Acenu 1321, Harm street, rulladelphta, I'a.
business you cam en care In. S3 to ltd
ncr day made bv anv worker or etihcr
facx, rlfflit In their ow u localities. Par
ticulars and Barnples worth is tree. Improve your
s paro time at this business. Address bmsoN & Co.,
l'ortland, Maine. march 22, 7S-ly
gud Tidings foh tub AVeik, Nekvocsand De
bilitated. ocr Iatest Improved Sei.f-Actino OalvanioAi
i'Manckh aro at speedy and 1'ekmanknt euro for
liheumallsm, Neuralgia. Kidney, LUer undFemalo
complaints, Nervous Froet ration, Woak Lungs,
Hack and plnal irritation and kindred diseases.
Prices, Waist Belt fs.ooplnal Iteltfor I'araljsls
and Spinal Aliments, $10.00, und unpaids. Armlets,
anklets. Head Hands, Knee Caps,2.w each. Suspen
ders 5.00, Illustrated Puinphlet Fee. AddresH
march 1, 2ST-ly i7 East Mntu St., New York.
a week In your own to n. ts Outfit free.
nsK. jicanerujou wuiu u uuaiuesfl
which persons ot either bcx can make
L'reat nav alltite time they work, write
for partttulars to 11, Hallkt & Co., Portland. Maine,
march 22, '8 ly
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
liODINE, Iron Slreet leow hcc
llloomsburg, ra., Is prepared to du ul
In tho best styles, at lowest prices, and at short
Parties havlnc such work to do will save money
calling on me.
All work warranted to giro satisfaction,
WM. F. BODINE.
LANDS J J
we own and control the Hallway LuiidH ut TllEfln
COUNTY, KANSAS, about equally divided by tho
Kansas PaclHo Hallway, nhlcli we are belling at
from $tt.5 1 to 15.00 per acre, on easy terms ot pay
ment. These lands ore of the ery best quality, and
aro located In tho besi winter wheat and stock crow,
log district of tho United States. Alternate becilons
ot clovernmcnt land can be teken as homesteads by
actual settlers. Members ot our nrmrcsldo at U'a
keeney, and wilt Hiow lands at all times. A pam
phletghlnglulllufoimatlonof soil, climate, water
supply, rainfall, ic, will bn tent free on request.
Warren, Keeney & Co.,
I0S Eeartcrn St, Chicago,
Or-Wa-Keener, Trego Co.. Kansas.
April 1 3m. '
View of Marriage !
ctuiaifHM un Bi lor It t th it-
trm tit lteproduivion nd
ith DlseBu of We mem.
A Um tor prlvtt,, ronild
ttjt;t(jttig. Ioxj sgti, (irk
A fHIUMlt MFniHAI AnUlfiPRf
On til d orUrnot TrTivaVo rrur niii.'lioin Blf
Abu. Cx0enEi,orecorei Cneftei, ku tit tl
utmnf rnrf, lf.4 ,' rirM. priri t0 cti. "
A OLINIOALtLEOTUItE on thalxfi d Vmi n
thoxt ot iha Throttt tnti Iitinet, CiUtrb.Kupturt, Ui
Olt'UDl lAbit,lC.,prlil )0ct.
Lihti NMtk t nt !oiil.lori FM-a'pt ct print or 11 thrtt,
conninir MM tx utirulty II udtaiiti. lor 3 cli.
AdOii ZJiL, liUTTS, tQt US. tUH bL fit. Leuii, ilo,
TFAIl. AvcnUw&nttBd. Dm!
neu Irfrtthtiftte. 1'artlcuUrtfreo.
Aidmi J.WOBTU CO ,8t UuU, Mo.
lUff. II, ly
ajiJOJi-CiD m.a tot .itriur leu linn tu
inreoew or ctila. th, color at liiolr Iltcucn, hlCr.
Moulk. or Corruir, it nomlail coit, luijinlnif
f.wJ lo'"1' ,hd" l' lh " "'' Ml.io flit
6W AAT "P nt f or luci a Aifrereat colon for
fcc. fceudlciUmpferwaiDli injcuculif. Auo,
uur improvoa Post Poison
vV". AT. wro M4theipdMtrorr of
I Cnmnt Worm, ind ill IdMi tint
, V.'.VS V'Jl'"oa. WimoteJ to kill
I fill IllfniT Ul( t ri llmmwt bill.
Injortoui Joplinti. 5mh only Bsc lo Mo. Pt'r .cr.. .b
LVlf'S tJ."iot;i.bot nu-adHth to the worn.
Bimpla for irlil Mot frc. on rxalut of IS ttnu.
KJtAllMUir C'UtMlCAb WOIUlb. .
.o. ox sta. offlciicSWiSSW
may BdlS-Sm Jwico
n pi ii M!--r
Ae IT, H-Ijr II 0
OF EVERY DE8RIPH0N
At thk Ooluiuh Omox.
and tho public that his stock is
lor Billing ana cummer wear,
at tho lowest prices.
latest styles in color and quality of
SOLD ONLY BY
of Main and Centre streets,
desired. Is on many thousand? of the finest l)Ulld'n'I!,.
5 ears, and now louKos wcllas when tlrsti painted
twenty of tho Mule Kulrsot tlio Union, sampleeard of
1 r 1 i.-u., 140 i-nut-e bireei, n. 1., or iiknkv
t 0 own and control tho Hallway lands of Trefto
County, Kansas, about equally divided by the Kan
sas I'acino Hallway, which wo are selling at an
aternge or fc).2S per acre on eat.y terms of payment,
Alternatobectlons or Government lands can be u-
m'ii as uomesieaos nv actual ettler6,
1 heso land Ho In Hie (Ireat IJmptrnnn Ttett of Prn.
Iral Kansas, tlio best winter wheat producing dis
trict of tho United states, jlcldlng from so to 35
,. inn fi,-r .icri'.
The nverago jearly rainfall In this county Is near
j luuirn iv, niiuuui, uiie-iinru creaier man
the much-extotled Arkansnn Viilhv. whlh hna
3 early rainfall of less than S3 Inches per annum In
Slnrk IttMntr .nil'Veol Uronlnir are rcrjr Rfmuner
lithe. Te wli.Urs are Hiort and mild. Slock
w 111 live all tho j ear on grass I Living streams and
Springs ore numerous. Pure water Is found In wells
from so to (10 feet deep. The llMlthlett (.'limit. In
the World 1 No fever and ague there. No muddy or
Impassalilo roads. Plenty of flno building stene,
lime nnd sand. Theso lands aro being rapidly settled
by Iho best class of Northern aBd Kaktern people,
and will so appreciate In value by tho Improvements
now bHng made as to make their purchase at pres.
; nt prices one tho very best Investments that can
lie made, nsldn from tho profits lo be -derived from
their cultivation. Members of our Arm reside In
MH-m-eney, ana win f,dow lanas at any lime. A
pamphlet, glvlngtull Information in regard to toll,
climate, water supply, ic. will bo sent frco on re
Warren Zeen&jl; Co.,
10S Dearborn St., Chicago,
Oi'Wa-Kcency, Trego Co., Kansas,
April is, 'I8.-4m
"yyAlNWKIGHT & CO.,
WIIOLESALE GHOCKIIS, .
Dealers in (
TEAS, BVI'.UPS, COFFKE, SUaAIl, WOLASSKS,
HICK, HI'ICES, SIC BU SOU!, tC, AC.
N. E. Corner Second and Arch streets,
rworders will receivo prompt attention. .
M Ninth street I'ltuburg, Dec. 10, 187.
Messrs. DHKUKll. HEAir co. r '
, , ;Uemen:-Vourpalnla have given entlrd sat
Isfaciloj. I have used Ihem on a good many differ
ent kinds of worlc.eucu Hironr'Tin, Wood, uncle.
..1-lS"ADey".l":!lu,.'xny complaints, on the con
trary, the work stan 3s well anil for war, will In my
opinion, fctand with any lead In the rnajiet. When
In want of rtferenco In this tity or MclMty you are
liuas7ou,hM-8Nma ploaSure' touse
Ilespeclf ully Yours,
, . , JOHN T. OIUV.
I'alntcr and Dealer In I'alnts, oils, Ac
bTKICTLY I'UHE WHITE LEAD, AT TJ1B LOWEST
MONTOUlt SLATE PAINTS. 8 CENTS.
MONTOUIl METALLIC! WIUTfl, 8 CENTS.
MOXTOmi M ETA LLI (I 1I110WN, SCENTS.
JIT t'OLOHS AT TL'IS WUOE.
PURE LINSEED OIL
nt low cut imirkct rates.
Sample cards and prlco
list furnished without
a&nu7nUa,n,UWe"1'' mal1 wm rcccl'e VnBW
IIENHY 8. BEAY,
' " INVALID
The Tf rr Uw luiniWr nf Inv.lW wl "o who diUj
tlill Ilullito, rrom rvirjr iiuarti r of lie r.l.'',,',Si.'iC'
mil Cnrl. Hint thry liny ri.nmilt '''-JiiViiiiK S
Medicine ind ttiinnry asiorlitetl with Mm, rcniiririi
II ErSSif r tliit tlie ruun.lc.of Ihli Imtltul I on ihould
firovldf I plire on I frrand nnd riinnuoitloul acito
or Ihelr mtFrlilnnirnt iml rninfnrL
ll more ci.mpl. tc In 111 .K)li;tiiiinlj thin nr ltnl
r Imtltutlon In llio wnrl.1. 'I ho bull' Init "
In one of Iho nm't nralllifiil iml lolrlilo ponlotn of
tho City of lluir.iln, and cnninian.la ft flno lew nf l.ftao
frrle. Mikitr itlvrr, and Iho aiirroiitntlnii country,
ln Wtnaloil In tho inl.lrt of an eitonMTj ayatim
of beautirid parka. Tlie llotil H fuml-hnl with
pawnt aafcty 'paaaonitrr cHvulor.to comer pathjnta
lo and from Iho.llirin-ot lloora! li .rotl.n-.l with all
kind, of arnirnvcl linthl, and liai alo coiinorteil with
it a wll-miolnte.l rl mnailum nnd bowling alley to
Cllltnlio IlKlJi of all forma, whether requir
ing nieillcal, Mirirical, or mechanical, trealioent, come
within tlio province of nur acveral Itmclaltlea.
DIBEAIKHOK tvOMKN Kapt'clally are the fJClll
tlca or till. Intlrmary of a aiim rlor onlc r aa rrnanli
the rcmecll.il nieoin and appllaiieea for llio core of
iU those chronic dlaenwa i'cullnr io omnlei. Tho
cmplo)tmnt, In modi ration, of tonic, cliemlcfl,
ilectro-llurmal, and oilier approved latin, U In
maiiycasca an ImalnMilo, auxiliary to Hie rrmnllil
ineana to which we n aorl In auell raara I try friction
to the aurfnee, penerid fchaniiooloir, Hwcillll inove
nlcnl on.l llfilit callMhi tile rxi ri'l-i. to I nlh en and
iq'iallYc tlie clrcnUllon of tlio blood In tin; (yatrni,
relleie conpcited partN liiipr.no rtl(c;llnn. an.l
ttrenetlien llio inuaelea, prolin e Intimrtint lanetlclal
fcVulla In all cav. to hV It th.so iii. auj are appllca
i.lc. .No iiperlnntillnK ll reaorh.l lo In the Ireat
liunl. Hie inort unpi-.ned iii.Hllcliiea ure ranrullr
fmploje.!, and Ilie Jinlli loin iiKUhilloii of llio illef,
to eult tlie conilllloli ot tlie pilli lit. llio tlmronili ten
Illation of tho al plnir iip.irtiio nt, tlio clicirlnn In
nuuicc ofluulc. aoilnl liilircoun... Iniioient cunica
for air .in iw nt. and nil th""' P i which tend to
irouw. tho tnliid of llio p.illont irom di.miicncy,
and tliua prc.niole rcro cr) , ore hot to (detle.1.
nkiiv oi k mer.Ai Rl'ariii, Kiii(iy irim,
rhorea IM. VlniVa llainel.and oilier mrioiia anvc
tloni, rmlve tlio allcnlloii of an wl In thia ipe
clalty, hy which Hie U'cuti l aklll la oltalned and ibe
UMUl liappv resnlls aecurcd.
1XMI lllal'.M'l A HiH dli Idon or tlie practice In
tlie Invalid.' Hot. 1 ll cry iil.ly nianaeed hy a ren
llcnian of nialuru lodpniint nn I akllL llroncli ll.
aiiroiil. and Limit filnviwa aroicry I irei y treated
in Ihli Vdiparlini lit. and with reaull. wlilili l.avo been
Llllily uratlf) ln lo Imth lihyahlan ami pallenta,
KVE A-M OIL-Speclal allentlon la given Jo the
delicate onerillnna on the eve and lar, I illstln
ra sli"l ocullat and nurlt 1 Injr und, r uigagement
to conduct tl.l hramli of tlie prailli-e.
lnvalhll arriving In the elly and lmlruw to i con.
(ultua, Hiould conie.llreclly to tlie Hot, I. ll Uraillr
uEceas hio hy carrlaFO.tinnilhua, or atreel cara. Mlb
TO Sifbi! Agfiua. on all incoming tra n, can
be relied uon lo deliver paasiugcra and baggage
Willi aecorify and dUpatcli.
ry-Addreii It. V. I'ltBCt. M. D..Vorld' DliDin
Uy auJ Invalidj' llolil. Ilullalo, N. 1.
BCp. S3, 57-tt
THROAT, tUNUS.LW ER k BLQOU
In l In wninlt-rftil inrlirliic utv hlrli tti nflllcldl
iu jiimm niirrivii in r irnt'l, Uiu ilincnvi-ier lie
hi i" 10 h'M r.uiii.hn'il in hunmmif hump nf Nn.
Iini'' f.ncit'iK'i fiiiHihi MMcririH, which Go'l
Inn ittbtillc.l mitt Un iyi'i'il.le kli;tiii for heal
inp thn nirk, lltati uu im-r rcfon. mmltlitfil in
ono mc'lli iiie. 'i ho c Mi-m v. ut llil t,u i it ftiuml In
thnvi-irU rarieiy nf mortHtlisttii itLMiP?:uui which
It I mi l-cuii lou-i-l lit in-hut. In tho cm e of
llroiii'liUU, ei f-r .'oii(;lmt nu tlif inilv
HHj.c nf 'iMiiim.tlon, iilta a'louUlio.l tli'o
mnlliMl f.M'uliy, iukI i-iiniuni jlivii'iaii3 inn.
liutmrc 11 Uto KU':ili:l iiii'iliral 1im'I'1V nf llu
ape. While it cine tho ni'i're-t Cmtgh'", it
ftll'liL'tlii'll" till t-V-ICMII llh.l IMirlrtl'H tlio
tiltMid. llv tu pi cat nnl thnrniiui, hltt...iiri(v.
ing 'inifrtlo, ii rtire-i nit llumorf. fn.in iho
won, i Scrnliiiit to a rnmiii'iii fihitt li, IMni-ItU'.M-
i:i iiltioil. MiM-rurUl Iimmm Miiicim
loU'iim, iukI ihuir I'UeriK, uie t'uulti'alu.l, tinl
viirntiiti hfjilili aii'l a eHnt cin-tilitiiion Htal
Ii-I.l'iI. lir) lpchi.., Snli.i liriim, Kcvur
Sori'H, Sciily or ICotiuli Mtln. m nhoru nil
Ida ninutTi'iu ili-cnu-H i'inil in- l,.i M.hmI, nro
dniii'iil nils iouuiful. imtlfyiii", ami in
p'llnr nf hkiu. ir cltowrii liui on f.inr
Mtlv, ft,i,(-Ht ht'hlaui.o r iiiiiif-ri, b.ut min in
.ii-mlh, InhTiial IilmI nr t-iiilU alu-nutiM witli ht
lUlriht'h, IitW - H-i, till.) ,'tiHMil. fnil'lHuliniH, if
iixiilur uoKii!i-, aii-l tittriie chikhI. tHi lllL.
Fiulcv.iig from To, -piil 1,1 (.r, y nlllu
,,r,"..ln.m'"-1 Ilvir Com.
Plaint (iitv n.iit nf iiu--. n .....
t'f'rieiM i-l. A a ii'iiM'ilv t-.r all --ii iff-., t
rieirf'it (inlilcM Mi'tiic.il iic,mi t,.i in. iii,i
IH H CllH-H liCllfi'l cut i
S, ll'..Vll' Hit! in i r
biienUteiiLa au.t hiMlth),
SOLD DY DRUGGISTS AT SI PE JTILE.
I'lt-iKiro-l l.v It. V. I'll Itri:. i, t , s..it.
Tho Lightest Eunning,
Tho Most Durahlo,
Tho Most Popular
It it c.ally linder.tood, moie. the
.donble-lltrend lork-.tltch, , elf
rcculatlue teiiilon. unit lake-up,
und will do the whole rainy, of family
Tlie Domcillv It li madein the mo,l
durable manner, tclfh conical jfc.l
hearlnae and compeniaUnt Journal!
' PAPER FASHIONS.
Theee popular PATTEUNH for
ladle,', mtieee', and ehtldren't drtu,
are tut on a .yiteni inperlnr to anv
in uee, and can he undereiood ly any
one, J"u(f dlreitluii. anil IKuifruflan.
wi each envelope.
Send Five Cente for Wuttrated Cafa.
logue of lOUO J'utlilon,.
Bovrtns MaoUne Co,, Now York.
I. Wi HARTMAN,
Aeent "Domestic" Paper Fasliious
Ii wbttner Ufore tie patent oS
ni I o wiuiiy iir.n.i r u. mm. .- i. ........ ...
IRON IN THE BLOOD
A Pcriimiicnt Tonic,
U li I'rotccUa
SYliu'p Be SUro ou eot the "rEItuvIAN
Price $1.00 a Bottle.
A SJ.pago ramphlet, oontnlnlnir a history of tho
Peruvian utruf, a valuable paper on progress In
medical science, a treatise on Iron as a medical
strent, testimonials from distinguished plj blclans,
cle rirymen and others, will be sent f reo to any ad
dress. 8ETn V. FOWI.E sons, Proprietors, so Harri
son avenue, iioston. sold by dealers generally.
II DUatkMtof ft Irlt to btur, rMulllnf from tuy but
ku bad i hfx lone iritfiaiH. iDilfinataLmiiiluw f.n
U a icnvlu.U of tbt tf.mJ rVhrv I, two. no innruir.hM lh
laft pr. lit in iht U. S. LA IU EH rMulritig IrMimrnt tta
prtrttt hointtami tottnl, rallw write, tmrv ronfoiti,rti for
(H". a""1,1 Cfly MnU 1at "mpla ot ItftbUr r.otxU unrl clr-
MAERIAGE GUIDE GL'SJ'Cifi
" " ?M -I fil ot l-nin Vi. uit all dUeiiM of ft nHvaM
Mini: alu,U 4 ll i V I tlx I VM .1 ami Ihcu roil b, tn 1,1 all n.
Mo to I I i til iv rti,, I In Iv I nmvlii ilia tit.trUA lJl
rtr) tHhljr (Lutilal T.t LliU Luuk lnm W itula. lokuykj.
aug, 17, TT-ly It & o
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
pUlXADUM'JlA AND ItKADING KOAD
ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER
Jiuy is, isis.
TltllNS LKiTX BCrEHT IS rOUOWS (Sl'hPiT EXTRTTK
For Now York, l'hlladclphlu, lieadlnf, 1'ottstlUo
Tamaqua, 4c, 11,45 a. m
For Catawlasa, 1 l,4S u. in. 7 ,) and 7,80 p. m.
For WlUiuintport, 0,28 9,04 a. in. and 4,00 p. m.
TIUlNsrOlt RUPEKT LEAVE AS FOLLOWS, (SlKDar El
Lave New York, 8,15 a. ro.
Leave Philadelphia, ,lo a. m.
Leave Heading 11.3J a. in., I'ottavllle, 1S.16 p. m
and Tamaqua, l,so p. m.
Leave L'atawlssa, 0,20 8,50 a. m. and 4,oi) p. m.
Lcavo Wllllamsport ,9,45a.m,s,l5 p. m. and t oo p m
I'assencrery nr.rt tmtn v. . ,..... '
phla co tnrotnta u luiout chance ot care.
J. K. WOOTTEN,
C U. HANCOCK, UCnCr'U
General 'llcket Agent.
Jan. it, liit-tt.
Jn and after November soth, 1673, trains will leavo
auNHUHY as follows i
Erie Mall o.io a. in., arrive Elmlra n . f
" Canandalgua. . , s.35 p. la
,, Niagara u 4u
uenovo accoinmodatlonll.loa.tu.anno Mlliams
it imp. in.
Klmlra Mall 4.15 a. ra., urrlvo Elinlra I0.M a. m.
buffalo Kipmss 7.15 a. in. arrlvo Uuffalo 8.W a. in
Buffalo JCipresa j.w a. m. arrive Ilarrlsburir 4.W a.m
.,,,.,, " lialtluiore 8.40 "
KlnilraMall 11.15 a. m., ariivo UarrH,buii;U0p.m
" Washington lo.so
" lialtlmore two
" WashiugUin 8.30 "
llbJur1f.1,laeCOmmolatlon '"'. arrive Harris
uurg lu.do p. la,
armo lialllmore s.ssa, m
rfrt " Waalilngtou 6.18
Erie Man u.55 a. m. arrlvo llarrUburg 8 05 a. m,
" Baltimore 8.40
I lill dauy e.cept Sunday,WaSl'""t0n i,M"
I). M. BOYD, Jr., lleneral I'lissenger Agen
A. j, oassatt. nencral ilinaga
Tlmo-labla No. , Takes effect at 4:80 A. M
MONDAY, NOVKilliEli il 1875.
. uo e M
8 Ul S 51
T 53 B 49
7 40 14',
7 4l SI
7 S3 B 84
P lu. p.m!
4s hi e so
y I, 0 SB
9 8S 0 48
9 40 8 60
UWf IH. to.''.""
7 97 97
10 1A Q ,jl
11) Ml IIU t
10 93 8 07 7 11
S 10 7 10
8 17 7 S3
8 K9 7 80
8 17 7 40
8 81 7 49
I IT .9
7 UJ 09
M 8 04
.uunlock's I reek,
8 40 1 64
0 15 9l
0 (19 I 15
0 U'i 9 19
6 50 9 19
0 59 I 10
5 49 9 (
5 41) 1 M
6 84 1 (3
S 98 1 4S
0 93 1 43
10 59 8 40 8 US
!.-. lllck's Kerry
" io Ul 8 90
4 10 8 45
4 91 8 50
a JQ a ...
..... iierwick ,,,,
It 00 4 87 a to
11 na , ,i .Ti
11 43 4 40 7 'M
8 19 7 40
5 M 7 43
0 90 1 40
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