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THE COLUMBIAN AMD T9E3TOCRAT3IX)0MSBUK&, COLUMBIA COl NTYf VNJ
lireaklng dp of n Silling
The city man who gcci Into the couttry
to pemltheimrtinier mutt wake tip hi mind
to learn nomethluff of the routine of rural
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lite. A iSevf lork manwuo tsspeuuingino i
I.r.t,.l1,.r.f..nn with . f.mltv nn Plnn I
street, was asked by the lady of the house if"
ho would take a hen off the nest, m It winl-
sHiLn.it. nmi .hBii nVt want tin.
'Certainly,' said he, and Immediately
larfAd niir in inn nn rn wnnrn nana wrn i
' kept, to crush, out the maternal Prospects of
this cartlcular one.
He went straight to the nest to lift her off
no neiu iiraijuv w urn uc iu nib uer
and reached out his band for that purpose,
but Immediately diew It back again and
tucked It up under the other arm, and
squeezed It a little, while) he drew up his
lips as if about to say something. Then he
stood there and stared at the hen, and sue
lifted up her head and stared back at him
winking her eyes with singular velocity.
'Uet oil, won't you? said ho, alter a
She made no response. Ho drew out his
hand and looked at a rod spot on one of tho
knuckles, and then put the knuckle In his
mouth to cool It, looking all the while at the
hen, and wondering how on earth she moved
so quickly. The longer he eyed her, the loss
inclined he felt to tbuch her, and Anally ho
climbed up n post to a beam which ran over
the nest, and working his way out tilt ho
got just above the hen, took off his bat anil
shook it at her and advised her to get off.
But she only looked up at him, one eye at a
time, and clucked ominously. He told her
if she didn't leave he'd come down there
and kick her through the barn, but imrae
dlately gave up the bloodthirsty design when
he reflected thas it was a dumb nnimal and
couldnt reason like a human being, then
ho happened to thiuk ot his pantaloons
which were white linen, and rubbed bis
fingers on the beam to find them full of
black dust, which led him to work his tody'
around to look at his pantaloons, and while
making this natural move be fuddenly
limwul mri a n'limirB tn rni.w M rinlrl.
.hi.lr,rt (nr holn 41 lnnrl aimln .anrl horr I
camadoMnon tonofthe'hen an'd'.the'ncsO
smashing them both .to the floor, upsetting a
i i i ninK t.,.. c.ji.. r
barrel, and filling the. air with, .dus'feath;
era, hen noises, and shrieks. ; When the fam
ily reached tbe barn tbo'unfcrjunate mau,
InnV.niv enmpthini. lilrn fl rirrit nnatAr nn
i...t nn 1.; fokt .J i,i.nUil
around and ruDoing nis nean tn an abstract'
ed manner, and every time he turned an om
elet on a white linen base calhe to, view,.
while tho hen stood up In the farthest corner
on one leg, with a look of mingltd astonish
ment and reproach on her couhtenance.il
After five minutes or industrious application
with a chin th gentleman was escorted into
the bouse where ma bead, iriS'M, wjtfl-
spirits and his comfort generally attended
to. Danbury Mewt.
The Toledo Blade says.- Yesterday occftrj ow unt" "te next alternoon, when it
,1 k.t,.nn. .inrnri.rijf..jivl..'. Ishould be put in large cocks and stand one
. -. .r." ' - - . .
waiting ontbe part ot a ladyf who, was. onc
the fairest ot the fait daughters of Tnledo.
ber parent's COhseHt.'ttflFVdune man of fine
rh.e.ir, hnt'sHthont what U rnnsirWd
the most deslrable'of tSw to
ject her to the tsjals is that poverty enUils.
hnhadfl her farewell s va wist tn wilr bl
fnrtnnn. Sh harl lettr fmm him full nf
l.Zt.4 .ii -i j. ffilCrCaiff J?.TC
horii'and eheer'fol AiranVlo'tflmi1lTirr2Tr7.,l.w,hb' cut clover hay have muslin covers made
t Omaha, when thv sudd'o'nW ThT
days wore Into weeks,, a'ndi the' weeki' Into
months, and then into years, but still no
word from the absent one to the expectant
girl, who waited and1 watched all in vain,
His friends gave him.up for dead, but she,
with a woman's persistency refiisedto think
ioi and declared her belief that' he would
some time return to claim 'his bride. Suit-
ors'came and went, the light of her eyes be
'came dim from weepbg, the roses faded from
her cheek, and gradually withdrawing from
the scenes she had graced with her presence,
her very existence was almost forgotten, by
1 wo weeks since, while sitting alone in
ber quiet parlor, the bell rang, and in a mo-
ment more the door opened, and a gentle
man entered the room. The bronzed and
bearded man had little' resemblance to the
slender youth to whom she had plighted her
troth so many long years before, but tbe
eye of love could not be deceived, and in p
moment more sne was clasped in the arms
of him for whom she had so long watched
and waited. His story was soon told. Leav-
ing Omaha with an emigrant train for the
Pacific coast, It was attacked by the Indians
and he was taken prisoner and carried away
Into tbe far interior. Every effort to escape
was futile, and be wiu passed from one tribe
to anotner, going rartner and farther away
irom civilization- hs tne months rolled on.
At last, by a fortunate chance, he managed
to deceive nis jailers, and, after Incredible
hardship,reached San Francisco three years
trom tne time ne lelt Umaba. Here he en-
countered and om acquaintance from Tole-
do. who in answer tn hl Inniilrioa .U,i .1..
dear ones there, told him that his betrothed
. ., ,.w w. Muw.Mi.,, u,uuucu auu ucait-
broken, he made no attempt to communicate
with any one bere, and was not undeceived
until a tew weeks ago, when on a visit to
can t-rancisco irom bis inland home, he bad
again received tidings from an old neighbor
that sent him homeward as fast ins the cars
could bring him hither,
Tbe denouement was what might be ex
pected, and the happy pair started for their
The Slain of Strong Drink.
"At the entrance of one of our college
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a nameless grave-that gravel ?ol?1;ennfnMt a ''""r'
nrt1 rmlr, f A lumbla county. Beginning at a post ontheBOuth
ortal remains o one of the most Uldeof thebuteroadleadlngtromCatawissatoMun-
covers the mortal
promising fellows ruined through drink. I
received not long ago a letter from an old
Kru..l fn . -u.. ,, -a.. ,
.v..w,., a v.v.kjujuu, mv MtkC,
labor, was in want of clothes and almost of
food, I enquired the cause: it was drink
i fa- - -t .
w uio iii uejuuiouio uiiiseiy, wuu uau urag-
ged down his family with him Into ruin.
tin... v. . i i i i. !... .1 t-.-!i tiTi.i,
.u.i vtiuuiiuuutui mo iuuiv (uuiia.
Ine scholars when a vouth veara ncn. died
in a London hosnital oj.dellrium tremens.
through drlnki. When I was at King's Col.
lege, I used to sit next to a handsome youth
who grew up to be a brilliant writer. lie
died In tbo prime of life, a victim of drink,
And why Is it that these tragedies are dally
happening; It is through tbe fatal faclna.
tlons, the seductive sorcery ot drink, against
which scripture so often warns. It is be
cause drink Is nne of (he surest of 'the dev
ils ways to man, and of a man's ways to
the devil." Temperance Herald.
The hoof ol horses are round and flat ;
In tbe ass they are oval and hollow, and in
tbe zebra Ibey are oval at tbe toe and square
,, - ,i -. v yivi i un uiKiuurm less me
attbebeel, by the spreading of that part per cent, at the confirmation ot sale ( and the
wnicu is termed tne Itog. Tills causes tne
limb to stand morevertlcally upon the pos
tern, and gives a sharp, firm tread upon de
The Most Sncmsfni Farmer.
The most successful farmer H tho one who
knows how to mo Rnd wisely npply every.
'blng about his premises In tho shape ot
manure. Alter imvlnp, exhausted every re-
source of hU oWn, the farmer can look
.l r... ,t,,i A,.iiii...ir l,
.muci.ii :......., ..
8&.0UIU lieetl tliem. Jn the HrSl ttlaCO BOO
thatWrythlng possible Is savedln thohoree
I like to have this stable nice and
clean, i nave a tignt noor oi oaK tuani
ju.t jU.ttie .loping, i rVSffJSJ&SSm
tmiv nuiiir ui nn w uui auu t v uvi i
Uttered with It. All liquids are absorbed in
sawuust, ana oeing mixeu wun me otner
increments,. It becomes a very vaiuaoie ma-
a .'... ... .
Inure. It. Will beat aUlCKV and UeCOmOIire
fantrnV If nllnworl m nronmnlntn Inn lnnir ft
laugea u nuoweci to accumulate too long a i
t me. Mv n an. has been to haul and spread i
it almost as fast as made on whatever field I
was pasturing or Intended to plough for
some' crop. My method with cattlo Is differ
ent. In winter I keep them all stabled and
have a constant supplyjof litter! under them
sufficient to keep them clean and.dry. When
ever tho accumulation of manure gets too
large, L haul it away, spreading it immedi
ately. In the day time I let the cattle run
to a straw stack In the barn yard, which Is
small In compass and supplied with a pump
In the spring I pile all tho accumulations
of the farmyard in a compact heap and let
it remain until after harvest, by which time
it will be thoroughly fermented and decay-
ed. If there should be any dry straw re-
matnlng In the stack, I see that It is. thor
oughly mlbgled with the debris of the heap,
so that it may become decomposed, I tisn
ally have a mowing field in which I intend
to put corn the next season. As soon as this
is mowed, I spread all the manuro from the
barn yard; I then pasture the field, and con
tinue hauling manure on it during the fall
and winter until it is covered. I havo a
trough which conducts all the waste water
from the kltchenjjand wash bouse to a recep-
tacle prepared to receive it immediately be
hind the privy. Here I have a large heap
of sawdust, leaves, muck, etc. Each day
the contents of this receptacle are poured
, ii , ,, , ,,
over nils neap Willi n lone uanoiea uipner.
Settled in the ground under the privy is a
tight box ; every few days the waste water is
tnrnii intn t.nia. nmi thpn thnenntentu nnnr-
i" ., ' lL 1 ...... ,
ed over the compost heap. A thick layer of
sawdust is spread in tbo ken house,from time
to time, thus keeping it neat, and also dilu-
tinirtthe drnnnini-snf tho nntiltrv until it be-
' , III. "
comes a most, valuable manure, and is easy
tn nr,l nU hnHI
When cured all right it is tho most valua
au t(nds 0f hay. ut that is the dif-
ficuity. Oneday's sun will not cure it, and
if it WOuld sfiich a1 curing would nearly ruin
i. ,lt will ni'v to do it rieht. But it takes
worfc anj bare-and wisdom: If cut in the
forenoon, It should be, raked into windrows
,o)bi(fbte the leaves begin to break. If the
weather be lair and settled, it can remain in
j j ti.. r...: .li. t :.
.1tf-rV,uu U'B'- "U,,US s
1 "rough a partial sweat. Ihen spread it u
to air and keep it moving so that no part
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"win .get tooary., men nam to ooru or
stack and it wiil'not heat or blacken.
I But therel.iio safety in cutting or curing
i when in cock. After the clover is partially
no .matter whether in swath; windrow
Or COCK, It ram comes It IS ruined Wltnout
cavers. A' Urge number of careful farmers
Kr.ntvlnr hv ha muslin enver, mnrfe
of 'four yards of muslin a yard wide, making
'Uhe coverltwo yards square. They aie
hemmed all around with a strong cord in it,
an kutcs In each corner for sticks to pass
through and stick In the hay to bold the
covers. Twenty-five covers would be enough
for four ton of bay at a time- Ana 0De ton
?f clover hay would Pa for the C0Te"i and
lf taken care of they wlu last twenty year9-
But when once' procured for the clover the
farmer will find their convenience and profit
for his timothy as well. Muslin is cheap
1 .1 L. 1 i t !l IP ,1 .
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organ is not in me way. v ery mile Clover
hay is saved in Iowa in la good condition.
Much of it is worthless. If we could be as
sured of as clear weather as they have in
California In the summer, there would be
no demand for hay caps ; but with our fickle
weather much timothy, and nearly all clo
ver is spoiled, much of which could be obvi
ated with a few caps. iotea Register.
Drink for a Family Coir.
A writer in the Southern Farmer says
His cow gives all the milk that is wanted in
a family of eight and that from It after
taking all that is required for other purposes
260 lbs. of butter were made this year. This
is in part his"treatment of tbe cow : If you
desire to get a large yield of rich milk, give
your cow every day water slightly warm and
slightly salted, in which bran has been stirr
ed at the rate of one quart to two gallons of
water. You will find if you have not tried
this dally practice, that your cow will give
twenty-five per cent more milk immediately
tinder the effects of it, and she will become
n allnnrio,! tn tlio l!ot na in !.. n ,l.!t,
1 .... w ,b..v w
clear water unless very thirsty. But this
tuuso ouv mn uiilk ttiiuusb anytime, nnu
I ask for more. The amount of this drink
necessary is an ordinary water pail at a time
morning, noon and night,
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
REAL ESTATE !
By virtue or an order of the Orptans- Court'ot Co-
iuiuuu. vuuuLy, uiu uuuenugnea Aummisirainx or
D. A. Watson, deceased, wm expose to public sale
.lnnn ,h '
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17th, 1878,
I t eleven o'cloclc la tho forenoon the following de
I iu.riha.1 Mat aetata Dl,iia,.l. U.ril... 1.
i btate road leading from Catawissa to Mun-
cy, a corner of John Swisher's, thence by land of
said Swisher south forty.nlno nnd a half degrees
v mxiy-mree pcrcnesana one-ientnto. a stone,
1 I hpnM hv l.nn nf a.m. Miith ta.tv.lh-aA
I east seventeen perches and two-tenths to a post)
1 n u 'ofty-nlna degrees east nrty.four perches and
' six-tenths (by land surveyed for David rhUUpsltoa
post at a lot of Hugh JlcCollum, thente by same
i norm lorty.Ove degecs west three perchosto a post
I "fce north forty-two degrees east nine perches
t i ""m,m:uuw mine aioresaia biaieroaa. tnencft
i uervues ana eignt-tenths to the place of beginning,
I containing SIX ACUE3 and seventeen rwrehes strict
e"ur.8 .""same more or lesa,on which are erect-
I CU H BHC-BWry
Frame Dwell,..- im... ii..r
ALSO, a certain messuage and
tOT OF LAND,
situate In said township of Madison, bounded and
described as follows, to-wtt I Beginning at a post
on the south tl4e of the road leading to White Hall,
thenre by land of John Swliher south forty-nva and
a half degrees west twenty perches and ttve-tenths
to a post, thence by lan of Allen Wataoa north
forty degrees east twenty perches and four-tenths
ra a posr, corner oi said Watson, thence north forty,
nve degrees west two perches to tho nlaca of becrin.
nlng coutalng TWENTY J'KncilES and one-tenth of
a perch strict measure be tbe same more or less.
Tunas or EtLX. Ten per cent, of tho one-fourth
oi uio purcua) money to be paid at the striking
down of tne property i the one-fourth less the Un
malnlnif three-fourths In one year therearter, with
Interest from conQrmatlon nlsL
MARV A, WATUOn!
10 matter ot tho cstato ot Matthew McDowell,
Ami now .lulr 1. ism. Whereas Peter Knt. Execu
tor of Matthew McDowell, deceased, died octobe ,
1S7S, and o. 1'. tint was nppo ntcd hh administrator
and on tho J'thof July a. ll7l,flle(i a final sup
plemental account ot refer rnt.deccnwd, 'alo acting
executor and IrrMeo "ndo4 tho will of Ma.thew Mc
Dowell, deeeaied No. 1 J, KrptemberTo Tn 1871, That
on tho IMh day ot Novrmbcr. 1U7, 0. P. Knt died
without having pnianvrrineiuM'iui uiuesnuuui
Matthew Mcliowill, deceased, rtidllsnl II, Knt was
appointed ndui'MMrntor, do Ikvi's non tc. of I'cler
aeceaseu,nna itouerv n. iviii. ii'imnrwiTiior ui
.tieceasea. row, ineriore, on mono i via
Attorney of AUco Menowell Legato nndhy
consent ot lion. O.K. Huekalew, Attorney tor tho
present representative andpioldcr ot the funds or tho
uniuiH ri'civcu niui'u liiu iiiiiiu ui mu itwuni uj v
tito'ot Matthew McDowell to una among tbe parties
Notice lsnereny given par. tne Auaiior appoinicu
hv tho rorct-o ni order of Court w 111 meet tho parties
nc01n thoTown ot llloomsburg on Friday too 23d day
iesmu a ppearanu present tncir i-uiunurwuo'
CIIAKLKS U. UAKKL.H.1.
Bloomsburg, July, 19, '"8-4W Auditor.
Tho Seaside Library.
rhnled books no loneer for tho few only. The best
stnnii.ird nnvnu within the reach ot every ono,
Books usually sold from l tots given (unchanged
ana unaunugeu) ior iu unu v) ccnui.
1. East I.J nne, Mrs llcnrv Wood
S.John Halifax, Oent, by Miss Mutock
S. Jane Kyre, by Chnriotto Pronto
4, A Woman Hate", by ('. Ilcade
c. The llloc'5 Indies, by Ju'es Vernn
3 LnsE'unys oi rompeii. nv immer
urn liede. liv (looreo Elliott
a Tim Artimlpl Mntlii. hv M f llav
o. Old Middlcton's Money, by Mary Cecil Hay
U', Tho omau In White, by Wllklo oollln J
II. Tho Mill on the Klos, by (leo Eliot
1. Vlirt American Senator, bv Trollooc
tn A I.Mru'nhti nf Tliiiln. liv Ullllnm lllftek
u. The Head .secre., by Wllklo CuiiIds
1A. ltumolii. bv ( leoru-u Eliot
10. The English nt tint North iMo and Field of
ice. oy .i uies o -u i
17, Hidden Pel Us. by Mary CeCll Hay
is, narbarn's History bv A. II. Edwurda
19. A Ternoio Temptation, ny nenuu
2i; Did Curiosity shop, by dial led Dickens
21. r out nay, uy unarn ueajo
J. -Man mid Wife, by WUkli Collins
2.1. Tbo squire's Lmracy, by M, o Hay
24. NcerToo Lata to Mend bf Chas Hondo
25. utuy Aueianesu.iut, ") -Mrs ii voou
20. Aurora Floyd, by Miss M E lir.tddon
21. t leiur nnu ampuium, uy .m i; nay
2S. A Daughter ot lleth, by William Dlack
20. Nora's Love Test, by M O ll.ty
nil. Iter i,Pnrest l-oe. bvMrs Ale.vander
SI. Jxive Mo Mltle le Me Long, by Cnas Kendo loc
82. me i'ieen ut Hearts, uy iikio uouins,
3S. Handy Andy, by Samuel Ijer
31, Almpeton. by Charles Iieado
si. reux noit, ine itauieit, uy t.eorge biioi
H. Thu Wooing o t, by Mrs Alexander
87. The Mystery, by Mrs Henry Wood
as. Antomna, bv Ullkle Collins
80. Ivantio, by sir Walter Scott
40. ' bo Heir to Ashley, by Mrs II. Wood
40. -'no iietr to Asniey, oy Mrsii.
41. WhlU) Lies, bv Charles lieade
40. ueriuuraoi Lansraa e. ovirs Mexana
47. In i-llk Attire, by William Ulack
4s. strange Adventuresot a Phicton.by Wl
49. firanvllle do Vlgno. by "Onlda"
) K;?0D?m bjrTu03 ll"i!f
S2. The Lost Uank'ote. by Mrs Henry Wood
m. Monarch ot Mincing Lane, by Wllfiamlilaclt Joe
u, under Two Hags uy oufcU"
w!!ter city, Dy"OUldi"
60. strathmore. bv ''Oulda"
OT. A Voyage Iiourd tho World-South Ameri
ca, by Jules Ve-ne
SS. Silas Marner, by ueorgo Eliot
ov. uuauuu'-, uy "uutua
oo. A Voyage ltound tho Wcrld-Australla, by
Cl. llebee, by "Oulda"
si. Kollo-Fnrlne. by "Oulda
S3. Bene Hollow, by Mrs Henry Wool
64, A Voyage Hoi-ad tho World New Zealand,
by Jules Verne.
CS. The Noblman's Wife, by Mrs. II Wood
wj. nuiy u.nuie, uy oainuei l.ovcr
07. casllo Water, and Henry Arkcll, by Mrs
os. yivo Weeks In allalloon, by Jules Vcrno
no. To tho Bitter End, by Miss M ti Uraddon
tu. inuuivuian;ii, uy ueurgo .Knot
Jl. Ariadne, by "Oulda"
72. Merldl.ina, and tl o Blockade liunners, by
"3 Bessy Hane, by Mrs Henry Wood
74. ltupert Hall, by Mrs. Henry Wood
73. Tnoturcounirj-, by Jules Verne
so. Daniel ueionda, oy oeorge
si. Christiar-s Mistake, by Miss Mulock
It viYAWX ?J JS'JSL,
"'"-roppeu rom ine i
01. The Woman's Kingdom, by Miss Mulock
Haldburton-s Troubles, by Mrs Henry
Hll'"ms '"and-the abandoned, hy Jules
94. Tbe Law and the Lady, by Wllklo Collins
93. Dead Men's shoes, by Miss M E, Braddoa
97. Lore's Vlcto-y, by Ii L Karteon ' ' .
95. -Harry Lontquer, by Charles Lever
99. From the earth to the moon. and c round the
moon, by Jules verne
100. a Tale of Two rules, by-Charles Dickens
101. ANrblo Lire. bTMIss Jluloek
102. Hard Times by Charles Dickens
103. A Brave Lady, by Miss Mulock
104. l'eep O' Day, by John Banlm
loa. Aitno eign or mo suver nagon, by u L
ICO. The master of the Oreylands, by Mrs Henry
107. Blade-o -flrass b- n I. Farleon
103, The sea King, by Captain "arryot
0- ffi1" SiZrf.SS ?SS
I ,1, . TV...... ... .....-. .Vr k v
I Jules Verne
112. Hard Cash, by Charles Iteade
lis. (lolden oraln, by U L Farleon
114. Darren JIarkham, by Miss Jl E Uraddon
11 , uuiu me .naze, uy airs Jl v00d
110. IT aline, bv L B Waftnrd
ill. The Female Minster, by K Lies
118. (Ireat Exoectatlons, by C Dickens
iiv. i-eiivnei, uy riorenee jiarryat
m fmm ot a Poor Youn8 an- 0 Feu'
121. A Life for a Life, bv Visa Mnlni-l-
1W. The I'rlvateersraen, by Captain Marryat
123. Iilsh Legends, by Samuel Lover
m. i-qulre '1 revlyn's He'r, by Mrs H Wood
125 Xlarv Hartnu. hy Mrs (Inst on
12c. Krema ; or my Father's bln.by It D Black-
127, My Lady Ludlow, by Mrs naskell
Ui. cousin Phillip, by Mm Haskell
129. The Wandering Jew, (1st half) by Eugene
129. The Wandering Jew I2d half) by Eugene Sue 200
130. Sermons out of Church, by M 153 Muiock 100
131, Michael fetrogoff, by Jules Verna
is?. .iacK tuniun, oy cuanes Lever
133. Tho Duchess of Itosemary Lane, by B L Far
eon 134. ,ly lijotlier's Wife, by Amelia n Edwards
13'. Agatha's Husband, by Miss .Mulock
1W. Katie Stewart, bv .Mrs oiinhnnr.
1ST. A ltent in a Cloud, by Charles Lever
1 s. w nui jie cost iier, ny .mines rai ne
139. London's Heart, by B I. Farli-on
140. The Ledy Lisle, by Miss M E Uraddon
41, .Masterman Heady, bv Captain .Marryat
14i.Tho Head or tho Family, bv Miss .Muloct
143. The Ilannted Tower, bv Mr lipnrv wnnH
U5-W,a,i'i3 m""00 ct a0M' b' Amelia b. Ed
,.. jiio iniu uemeiuuiB, ov Aiexnnuer Dumas 10c
. Charles o'.Malley, uio Irish Dragoon, by
ut. liatt In, the iteefer, by captain Marryat
A l.llu0 ?tKlilng. by Annie Edwards
1 uy. .insnua sianei, oyn l Farjeon
152. Arthur O'Learv. bv Charles Ivpr
153. Ward of Wlfet
1H. a rant or Honor, by Annie Edwards
150. The ( aunt or .Monio-cnsco, Alex 1'umas
150. The King's Own, by Capt, Marrvat
".ut "uu u,ur, uy Antrim ii. cawarns
ls. Treasure Trove, by Samuel Lover
159. The Pnantom hln, by Captain Marryat
160. Tho Black Tulip, by Alexander Dumas
101, Tho World Well Lost, E. Lynn Linton
162. Hhlrley. Charlotte IlronH
13. Frank Mlldmay, by Captain Marrvat
104. A Young Wife's btory, Harriet llowrn
ins. A Modern Minister (vol, 1.) Chovely Novel
. SSS !&r? Ski!'.i!x-Dumaa
I nu rainejt H n.ve, uy cuanes lver
Newton Eorster, by Captain Marryat
!" losta?? to. Fortune, by Miss Braddoi
112. Chevalier de Malton lioujre. by Dumas
Its. Japhet In bearch of a Father, by captain
in, Kate O'Donoghuc, by Charles Lever
178. The fichaof Many Tales, captain Marryat
in.tieorue Canterbury, will, by
1 J9, Hare flood Luck, by II, E. Frnncllllnn
uy. .no iiisiurv oi u crime, ny vicwr Hugo
loO.Arinnlade.by W llkle Collins
'' i no i-uunitos no iwny, Alex Dumas
1M. Julleta lluardlan, by Mrs. Cameron
13. Kenllworth. bv Mr waiter M-ntt.
iw. inn 1.11110 envuge, uy uantain Marrvat 103
1S3. 'uood-Hye btteftheurt.'' bv llhcula lirouuton 10o
1M, David coppertleld, by Charles Dickens 20o
1ST. Nanon, by Alexandr-r Dumas ioo
js. i ne pwia ramuy iiobinson ioo
Ibt. Henry Dunbai, by Mla uraddon ioo
loo. Memoirs of a rhyMclnn, by Alex Dumas 30o
191, The Three Cutters, by Captain Mam at Uo
iin, ine ronsniraiors, by Alexander Dumas ioo
.... ucni.ui juuiuuiiaii, Dir w alter Hcoit 2WS
lw. No Intentions, by Florence Marryatt ioo
15, laabelof Uavarta, bv Alexander Dumas loo
16. Nicholas Mckleby, by diaries Dlckena 2o
1V7. Nancy, by Ithoda llroughton ioo
108. hetllers In Can ad a.-by Captain Marryat 100
' H01 V"'hulV,"iIUj. CuM- lteae 'o
(MonkLewjst. ' ' Jm
For bale by all UoolcseUers and VAWRiifniAt v,r
seat poauge prepaid, on receipt of price. r
(JEOIIQE MUNRO, publlalier.
P. O. llox usi. . 83 ana S3, YandewaUr St. N Y.
Dr. A. G. DUN'S
UI llh tm ftl ft lri rate Katun, rauldn fmo Mriy ttbuM-
AluHkuwd or ImpwIriifjF, Nrrtoua llrbllltj, (wrn.
Mbliy curwl I dlMa of tlx Ulurftlrr, Kldwijv, Llvfr,
l.uns, AttkiiM. CLuyfc, Hk all iLruub. Uwaw, mJ KIN
uiiMiiuriwi iifiy(, auu tUfMuM.MMn Wl, IU
b a iradtiat of Ui lufunnuj tv'xxJ.UM iw uxrvtur, I'M lb
Uttllltl tU U.S. LAlMF.MrMuWni tnatnMDt itt
lrlvt hwiM aad UmA, rail or mriu. Kvary coiitcM (W
liaau. faaaJ fifty cnu fu aatnfiU ef lutW UouJa u4 elf
rular of lniniuit lihjtwitlloR byiiMw. 11L ULI!S'al
MAKKIAQE GUIDE CtKSL Hu
I rwc.'4iUM.4.fi.itbK ( .u .r.i..u
iMlun. ValMbli a.Uii 1 h Mrta4 m4 MtaMlalU(
nantan, I taw ! U kwUlhjr a4 n y tt.y N W Uwri4 nl
can mnko money faster ot work tor us than a
nnytlilng elso Capital not required t we wll
piart 0U, fix jwr uay at iiuinu mauu uy ine
Industrious. Men. women." tiova and trlrln
wantod ovrrywhero ti work for us. Now Is the
tlino. Costly out lit and terms free. AddrcssTito
4 Co., Augusta, Malno. March SJ, "J8-ly
GLAZING AND PAPERING.,
"Virjl, V. I10D1NH, Iron Hired below sec
YY oud, llloomahurg, l'tt., Is prepared to do al
In tho best stylos, at lowest prices, and at Bhort
1'artles having such worn to do ill Bave money
calling on mo.
All worlc warranted to give s&tisfactton. Orders
WM. F. BODINE.
Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Skin,
Ueautifies the CoMrLEXioM, Prevents
and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout,
IIkais Sores and Abrasions of Tlin
CuIicle and Counteracts Contagion.
This Standard External Remedy for Erup
tions, bores and Injuries or the bkin, not only
REMOVES FROM THE COMPLEXION ALL BLEM
ISHES nrisintr from local imnurttics of the
blood and obstruction of the pores, but also
those produced by the sun and wind, such as
tan nnd freckles. It, renders the cuticle
MARVELOUSLV CLEAR, SMOOTH and PLIANT,
nnd being a wholesome BEAUTIFIER is far
prelcrable to any cosmetic
, All the remedial advantages of Sul
phur Hatiis are insured BY the use of
Glenn's Bulnhnv Soan. which m addi
tion to its inirifjinc effects, remedies and PRE
VENTS Rheumatism and Gout.
It also disinfects clothing and linen
nnd trevents diseases communicated by
contact with the person.
It' dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald
ness, and retards grayness oi the hair.
Physicians speak of it in high terms.
Prices 25 and 50 Gents per Cake: per
box quakes), Mc. andisl.2U.
N. B. The 50 cent calcei are triple the size of those at
"HUJ7S HAIR AXl) WHISKER WYE,"
Dlack or Brown, 50 Centa
CL-K. CiUTTEXTON, l'rop'r, 7 Sixth Av.,N.Y.
December 14, 1S7T-Iy
The OIIEAT KESfEUlT tat
ALTJAWS ANTI-FAT "
U rinrelf vogrUii? an-1 perfects harmless. It acti
uixiii the ftp! In tlie Flotuacli, jirerfntiiij? its ttlnK
cunvtrtfl Intn ft. Tnkrn in iicrontaine Willi !
rrctlnn. tt will rvJur fut prnon Oon two to fir 4
pound prr wrck.
"CoritiU-nco is not only n dlteane llwlf, but the
lidrljiner of otlur." bo wrnte Illppocratea two
thoinmul years ago, and v. hat m as truu tltea la none
the to tc-ln).
(jiilJ hv (imjijHsts, or cent, hy express, upon re
ceipt of ilM Quartered ou-n H.0U. Address,
BOTANIC MEDICINE CO.,
JYoprlctors, Jluffalot X, V-
falHB4H nlnnlnrflnir Qhnnlnr run
Moore lirooki fct, IaiU
au?. IT, IT-ly
obtain od for
vi UlULT UUIU"
Eouno, ornamental upsisrns.trndo marks, nnd la
eh. Cjiveais, Aselernmenta, Interferences, Appeals,
suits for lnfriiieinnts, and all cases arising under
the l'ATi:.NT I (AW!, promptly attend to.
inventions xnat nave Been
T1? 1 lril IT 1 ly tuepatent ofllcemay
Iv Vjfl lliY Pj Lstnilnmoht cases, bo ont-
entedtiyiH. Htlng opposite tho patHiii onice, we
can mate closer hoarcnes, ana Becuro patenw more
promptly, and vrltu broader claims than tLo&e wlio
are remote from Washington.
send us n model or sketch of your device : we mako
examinations tree ol chartre.and adl&e as to patent
ability. All correspondence ttrlctly conndeotlal.
1'rlces low and XO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT IS
Wtt refer to nfllclalx In tlie Patent nnlpp. tn nnrrll.
ents In every state of the tnlon, nnd to j our tna
tor and Hepresentatlo In t'uneress. bpeclal refer
ences eleu when desired, .vdaress
islte ratent onice. nblno-ton. 1). c.
aprll 5, i-fX
Steel and Iron
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF
Fatant Inalda noil Work and
io tut coMrim wnHorr it i i
W. H. TERWILLIGER,
54 Maiden Lane,
. aw WUlla. It.
dec. T, U77-1y
G. A. HEHHING
D KSl'ECTI''UIJ.Y announces to tho jmbllo
X Vtl'.tt lie has reopened
(old stand) Ulooinsbunr, l'a., at the Forks of the Es
py aud UghtDtreel rtuds, whero all descrlptlnnsot
leatlitr w ni be made In the most eubstahllal and
workmanlike manner, and told at prices to suit the
mes. 'I ho hlk'hesl, price In uuUi will al ol) times be
of every deiirlptlon In the country, Tho publlcpaU
Uloomsburg, Oct, 1, 1S79.
, , 1'USTKKl), tO., C,
Ntatly anil Clieaply printed at the Colu
'Bet's leave to inform liis customers
. . 1 . ..i ,1 .1 -XT i..
now repieio wun an mo jxovemes ior opring una omniuur wum-,
consisting of now and beautiful Btyles of
ENGLISH FRENCH GERMAN AND'DOMESTIC GOODS'
AT REDUCED PRICES
any of which ho is prepared to mako up in the latC3t style.
ltcadv-mado cotlnna; cheaper than ever.
Cheap Suits for men, Cheap suits for Youths,
all of the best make and
Jiisi received a full lino of all tho
For Men, for Youths, for Boys Cheaper
k FULL LINE
CT. EC. MAIZE'S
Mammoth Grocery, corner of Main and Centre streets,,
BLOOMSBUKG, 3? -A.-, I
IS THE PLACE TO GET THE WOllTII OP YOUll MONEY IN THE FINEST AND FRESHEST OP
Fancy Imported and DomesticlStaple Groceries of Every Description,
Qaeensware, Glassware, fold ami Willowware,
Flour and Feed, Tobacco .and Cigars,
AT BOTTOM PRICES FOR GlSH,
0K NICE FKES1I PKODUCE.
Then Buy N. Y. ENAMEL PAINT OO.
iBTTahil save one-third tho cost of painting, nnd get a paint that Is much handsomer, and will
LA&T TWICE AS LONG AS ANYOT1IEH I'AIN'T,
. Is prepared rcadv foruseln white or any color desired. Is on many thousands of the finest b
In the country, many of which hate been painted six ears, and now look as well as when first painted
CHEMICAL' TAINT has taken First rilEMIlIMS at twenty of tho Mate Fairs of tho Union, sample card'ot
Colors sent freo. Address N. Y. EN AMKI. l'AINT UO., 17a l'rlnco ttrcet,. N. .. or llENUY L.
DEIt fiSON.Acents I3al, Market street, Philadelphia, ra. July 21, 'ir-iy
AND HAS THE
OF ANY PAPER PUBLISHEDJN COLUMBIA COUNTY.
Terms $2.00 a Year.
Country Produce taken on Subscriptin.
OF THE INNUMERABLE
Ie ithe Co!mimM (Office.
All Kinds of Plain and Fancy
Printing done on
at low rales.
OFFICE NORTH SIDE OF THE COURT HOUSE,
L A M Y
Adapted to any room hltrb or low
celling. Lowered to table w hen In
use.and raised by merely touching,
I'CKr'KCTLY Silk f'KOU KALMNU.
IJglils without remoMng chimney.
(June as convenient as gas, and at
' tho expense. Tha same exten
sion principle Is applied to all our
chandeliers not exceeding (I lights.
'I he advantages uio: Increased
light with same consumption ot
oil, by hating tha Unlit whero
wunted 1 safety, cannot be knock
ed o.fr or unset. The extension
machinery Is simple, and cannot
possibly give way, Cutsof Exten
sion lamp, and chandeliers r all
tt les furnished free. We sell all
laiuns havlm? merit.
Dealer In LivrsandOLisswinE,
a b, Kecond sirtti, I'hllada,
ESPY PLANING MILL.
1 he undersigned lessee, of Lhelispy i'lanlngillll.
Is prepared to do all kinds of mill work.
Frames, Sasli, Blinds, etc.
made to order on short notice,
"VyAlNVr'ItlOHT & CO.,
TKAS, 8YIILT!, COFPEE, 8UOAII, MOLAbSES,
kick, sncr.1, ici som, ic, 4c.
N. E. Corner Second and ArUi strccU,
tOrderawlll reoeiva prompt attention,
nmi tho public thai Itiai stock 'is
n -,. .... 1 ty ' nr.
at the lowest prices.
latestjBtyles in color and quitlity'of
SOLD ONLY BY
1 4-4- '(r4?4i
STYLES OP TYPE
OaSTXi - 5T
short notice and
business you can engage In. tu to$a)
per day made by any worker of et her
sex, right In their own localities. Par.
tlculars and samplei worth vs free. Improve-your
sparuUraeat this business. Addicts bnssoM A: Co..
rortland. Maine. march a, li-iy '
Ptk In i our own ton n. tfi Outfit tren.
rl.-k. Jteadfr U ou vantabuMitfcs
wiilch rcrfon8 ot eltDer hex can make
(cr partliulars to 11, Uallkt & co l'ortlund,ilalne.
JlUUi 6C SHUN
Por use In KolIlniCMlUs, Glass
HouM-s, coal Mines and by
. f. bcllUHlv rateuteo, 8
'Call, ore; fsndur circular.
KILLS all the
room la TWO
Mediclns Co., Buffalo.N, Y.
llran Imtnenw practice, etcnillnit llirmifh a
perWI n,jenr, havlnc wuhlnthat time trentcd
inanv thoAWl enrs of thmo tllcnoi i pee till" to
wnnian, I.havo been enable! to pcrfecl a mjit
potent Mil agreeable meillclne thntrnects tlio in
dlr.ulonf presenttd by that clas of illicn.ci nun
poltle certainty and exactness.
To dMlsnate this natural speclllo coiniwund, I
have named It
Dr. Pierce's favorite Prescription.-
Tlio term, however, Is 'lmt n feeble expression of
mv high appreciation of His value, baled upon
ray own personal observation. As a close ob
server, I nave, whllo witnessing Is .fosltlvo le'
suits In the few special diseases Incident, to tlio
Icnarato organism of woman, singled It out as
the climax or crawnlni tjoirt of my
mod lent career. On lis merits, as i positive,
sale, and effectual remedy for this class of ills
cases, and one that will, at all times and under all
circumstances, act kindly and In harmony with
the laws which govern the femalo system, I inn
willing to' stniermy reputation as a phyi 1 rtuti.
Nav, even more, so confident am I that It will not
dls'op.iMnt the mostrsnngtilne cxvcctatlons of a
Ingle invalid lady who. ih it for any of the
aliments for which I recommend It, that I oner
Htid etlblt under'A.' POMTIVn OUA1IAN
TKK. ,H ailieneflclal cflcct Is not cxncrlcnceil
by the time twd-lihlf ds bf Uio contcnls of the hot
tit are used, I wlU, nn return of tlio bollle, two.
thirds of tho medicine having been taken accord.
,lng todlrocttons, nnd the easo being ono for wlilrh
I recommend It, promptly refund the money p ild
tor It. "ad I not the most perfect conBdcnop In
Its virtues, I could not offer It as I do under these,
conditions; but havlirgwitncscd IU truly miracu
lous ernes in thousands yf cases, I fool war.
rnntcd niul perfectly nafo In rinkllig
both my rcputntloii nnd my nlouoy on
in moriu. ip 0
The following are among thnso diseases In
wlilcli my Favorite Prescription has work
ed curei. as, II by magic, and with a certainty
never before attained bv any medicine! I.cu
corrhma, Kxccsslvo Flowing, Painful Monthly
l'crlods, buppressions when from unnatural
cansos, Irregularities, Weak Hack, I'rolapsus, or
falling oj tho Ulcrus, Anlcversion and Itctrover
slon, llcarlng Down Bcnsntlons, Infernal Ile.lt,
Norvotii Depression, .Doblllty, Despondency,
TlircntcncC Miscarriage, Chronic Congestion, In
flammotlon nnd Ulceration of the Utcrns, Impo.
loncv, Barrenness, or Slcrlllty. ! emalc VV etlo',.
and very many other eltroiilo diseases Incident to
woman not mentioned here. In all affections ot
tills nature, my Favoiilo Prescription works
cures-tho litnrvel of the world. This
medicine 1 un not extol as a cure-all. but It
admirably fulfills n' aliiglcneaa of pur
nose, bemg a most perfect speeiiio In all clironla
disea.es of the sexual system of woman. It will
not disappoint, ner will lido barm, in any slalo
Those who desire further Information on these
subjects riu obtain It In TH l'Koi'MS'sCiviMox
bKSSlt MKUlCAt. A11VISKK, a book of over WO
pages, 'cnt, post-paid, on receipt ol t l.'f. It
treats uiinulclv of llinso dlsea-cs peculiar to
Females, and gives nini'li valnablo ndvlre In to
gard lo the management of those nfreclloHj,
FAVOKITi: I'ltllSCUU'TION SOLD
IIV AI.I- llKVOCilSTS.
Pi. V. PIERCE, M. D, Prop'r,
BUFFALO, A". X.
,sep. a, '77rtf
Or s,itg:ir-Coated, Conccntrntod, Itool
nnd 'Herbal Jnlce, Aiitl.Illlloua
(iri..iicH, the ,i.irn,n tiiANT"
C.VTIl.VliriC, or .Uulliliu ill l'arvo
The ii, 1 v 1 !tv o'f moilern Medical, Chemical, and
I'luriiuiri nfcnl beience. No use of -any longer
taking tliu large,, repulsive, and ninscous pins,
comiMi-Pd nf cheap, crude, and btrlky lngrcdients
wheu vvc cat) by a careful application of cliemiaal
Ki.i,m-i. pvtfiirt all the cathartic and OlhCr mctli
dual priipci Ues Irom the most valuable roots and
hcrha, mid concentrate tiem into a minute tiran
iilo. :.reeW lai-aror tlian a nlufttnrd
ued. lli.it oan be readllv swallowed by those ol
the mot sensitive stomachs and fastidious tastes.
Uncli liulctl'ursiatlvo t'ellel represents, in a
mo.t coticciitralcd form, as much cathartic power
aJHi in4iMlcd In anv of the large pills found for
sale in tit ug'Sliops, From their wondortul cathnr
tnl iioW er, lit'ehmparison to their size, people who
liuvo.ii'H.luclill'i'ni arc apt tosiipiioso that ttey
!irn li.irli ,,r ,1 rnstlrt In FflVct: but such is not at all
lliu e i.e. tho illflcrent active medicinal prluclples
(r u-lui'h iio.v am comiioseil bclnir so harmonized
nihiiMxlUled, vpp bv the others, as to produce
u must Nonrcliliig and thorough, vet
genii) unu iiiiiuiy uDrainif, vmiiar
Slrt'llownrd Is hereby offered by the pro
pririor.uf ilieso Pallets, to any chemist vvho, ution
an.lly.ls, will, find In llieui any calomel or other
'forms of 'luerctiryf mineral poison, cr Injurious
iH'eiifiBt , tt
Ilelug entirely vegetable, no particular
'care U retinireilvhile using them. They operate
without. duturlmnce lo the cemtltutlon, diet, or
'occupation; For Jaundice, Headache,
flonslipalioil, impure itioiiu, m-tiiii in
flu. Slitiiil.lrrfl. 'I'lirlitncsH of tlio (llicst.
Dizzliicsa, Nour Ilruciatlons from tho
Momauii, ssati iuhiu in inu iiiuiiti., i.ii
I..,,. nttnpUB. Inl,t ln'rirloil of Kid
ioyi,.Iiiicriial Fever, Illumed feeling
nbont Moinach, Itnsli of Jllood to
flB.,n.l.i lllirli.roforutl Urine. IJnsocla
tilllty nnd Ulooiny Forebodings, uke
Ilr. l'lereo's l'leusullt k'urgullvo l"el
lets. In explanation of the remedial power of
tn v Purgative Pellets over so greasa variety of
illumes. I wish; .to say that tliolr anion
uixiii tlio nillninl economy Is iiiilver-
iiiJ not iv f.irtit.1 or tlsunoi escaDliifi:
their suiiutlve Impress. .Age does not
Impair tlio properties of these Pellets, ihey ure
iigarrcoateil aud Inclosed in glass ibottlcs, their
virtues being llierebv preserved unimpaired for
nnv lentrth of time, In any climate, so that tliey
.tri ahv.tvs fresh and reliable. This is not tlie
case with' those pills which' are put up In cheap
wooiten or pastcooaru uoxes. i.ecoiiect niai iur
all 1w.a-p. utieio a Laxative. Altorntlvc.
or l'lirgiillve, is Imllcated, the.e lltilo Potlcis
will give tlio most perfect satisfaction loall who
They arc sold by all Druggists at 25
contM a bottlu.
UUFFAl.O, .V. Y
Tho Lightest Running,
Tho Most Durablo,
Tho Most Popular
Jt if caillf underatooil, make the
double-thread lovk-ittUi'li, ha
rcculatlut; tenilons and take-up,
and will teih9XvUolo range of family
tcorfc without cliaiie
' Tte mfttto n is made in the mot t
durable manner, with conical eteet
btarl'ntfa and compensating Journal
'failles ',:tfilejf, and eiffdreri' dress,
ore euf en it system Nuperlor to any
fit tie, amf. ran be understood by any
one. .JuIf dlrccfloiieutiiiiffiisfrotle'ne
on each rnvtlope.
'fiend- J'fpe1 Cent" for UU,trated Catam
logue of lOOO J'u7iloil,
Bowina JJaclilng Oo Now York.
I. W. HARTMAN,
ApfDoistic" Paier Fashions
December II, HU-ly '
P. A. Uhmann, Solicitor of American and Foreign
Patents, Washington, V. O, All business connected
with Patents," hetlier Uf ore tte Patent Office or
the courts, prompuy uttcndedto. KocMrge made
unless a patent la socurod, bend tor a circular.
TbW IlJniliTJiJi. i j sirlUktiiJiJ,
TEAS, CANNED FRUIT,
Spices of all kinds, Glass lo Qneehswaro,
1 , "
Foreign and ,Domestio Fruits,
AND GENERAL LINE OP
tU door below Market street, Uloomsburg, ra.
ft"" floods dellverwl to nil parts ot the town
Aprll v.7, 'It-tf
,INIMENT IODIDE AMMONIA.
Cures all Pnlu In .linn and Bcnit
PBor.Arsrs Utkri f Falliitir nf tho Wnmh.v A Won.
dcrlul cure. Nine jeare my wife suffered Jwlth tills
lerrlblo complaint, Miowas nttended by doctor af
ter doctor, went to the dirtereut hospitals whero fe
males are trcalejl; tried them all; woro bandages
iiuu pussarie's wununiy temporary reucr. ner lite
was .miserable. We applied Dr. dues' Liniment.
ner relief was lmmcdlauj, Bho Is now well.
40 West 13th street, New YorW.
I had twelve strokes of Paraivsls. Mv leir. arm
and tongua vv cro useless ; was obliged to use a cath
eter every day. Doctor ones' Liniment Iodide of
Ammonia has cured me. Will answer any Inquiries
so that all anilcted may know ot 1L
ioun a ri el, iNonu urauioru, onn.
Chestnut 11111, Philadelphia, April 22, t.
W. 11. Oiles. Kni.. Dear Mr I used vour Iodide of
Ammonia Liniment on Flora Temple's hind pastern
Joint. Mietliad been:tiulte lamo; tho effect was
wonderful! sbo vvvlks now qulto well. Very. re
P. 8. I am now urtlnir It. on T.lttlAton'Hritrhr. torn
A large shoo boll on a valuable young horse was
removed by Giles' Liniment lodldo of ammonia.
Carpets, usslxtu ave.. New York,
Asritit Tho tortures and agonies I endured for
six years, none but those who have suffered with
this tcrnblo dlseaso can know. My life was misera
ble, in desperation 1 tried Olios' Liniment Toalde ot
Ammonia. It, gave me lnsuuit relief., Used It In
ternally as well as externally.
1 noaj BiuNiniisjw '
197 west 27th street, NewYorlc.
I was In a dreaomi condition. Joints swollen,
Tmtn intense. Injections of morphine Into my veins
failed to relieve me. ones' Iodide of Ammonia took
avvav the deposits fronvmy Joints. I want every
ono who Buffers to knowwbat will cure them.
. A Northlljdorarlr.Lammolllaco. Vt.
Another Surfcrer cured. Discharged from the
Massachusetts General Hospital as Incurable, with
Inilammatory rheumatism In my shoulders, ringers
and feet ; suffered fearfully for three years, tried
everything; lost all hope. Dr. nUesVUnlmentylod
ldo of Ammonia effected a complete cure.
No, 78 Prane street. Fall lilvcr, Mass.
Sprains, Bplluts, bruises, Lameness In horses,
Ulles' Liniment Iodlds of Ammonia Is a perfect spo
clnc. No person who owns a horso should be with
f M seventh avenue; New York.
In my family, and for the stock, I have used Olio's
Liniment, loaldo of Ammonia. H'ls unsurpassed,
and I am surprised at the many different maladies
In which It is applicable. It gives th utmost satis
faction. loitx J, Caktsr,
Superintendent Kastern.rennsylvanla Kspcrlmen
toosndti I and In Quarts al $2.&, In which there
Is a great saving.
Trial size 23 cents,
solu bv AU.Dsi'oaism
N. J. lll:Mll.'ltMIOTT, Agl. lor lllooin.burg.
R.AIL ROAD TIME TABLES
pHILADELPIIA AND READING KOAD
ARUANGEMENT OF PASSENGER
May 12, 1878.
TU1INS LE1VS KCrKKT i8 FOLLOWS (SCHDAY KXCirTC
For Now York, Philadelphia, Reading, Pottsvllle
Tomaqua, 4C 11,45 a. m
For Catawissa, 11,45 u. m. 7,20 and T,S6 p. m.
"For Wllllamsport, o,2 ,04 a. m. and tjot p, m.
TK1INS rOB KCFIRT LB1VS IB T0U.0WS, (8CKD1T II
Leave New York, 8,45 a. ra.
Leave Philadelphia, 9,15 a, m.
Leave Beading, 11,80 a. m., Pottsvllle, 12,15 p. m
and Tomaqua, 1, SO p. m.
Leave Catavvlbsa, ,20 8,50 a. m. and 1,00 p. m.
Leave Wimanisport,9,43 a.m,2,15 p. m, and 0,00 p. ra
Passengers audfromNew Yorkand Phllade
phla go througa vv ithout change of cars.
J. S. WOOTTKN,
O.IO, HANCOCK, ueneral Manager.
Oeneral Ticket Agent.
Jan, 14, ls70-tl.
VUJir AT 1
on and after November soth, 1873, trains will leave
SU.NBUItY as follows :
Erlo Mall o.!0 a. in., arrive lilmlra n , ,
" Canandalgua... 3.8sp.ra
Itenovo accomtnodatlon 11.1,0 a. to. arrive MUUuns
rt 12.65 p. m.
Elmlra MalN.lo a. m., arrive JSlmlra 10.20 a. m.
Uunalo Kiprt ss 7.15 a. m. arrive Buffalo M a.'m
Buffalo Express S.w a. m. arrive Harrlsburg 4.60 a. ra
" Baltimore 8.40 '
Llmlr&Mall 11.15a.m., arrive Harrlsburg 1.60 p. ra
" Washington 10.80 "
" Baltimore 5.30
" Washington 8.30 "
narrlsburgaccommod'atjon 8.40 p, m. arrive Harris
burg jo) p. ra. 1
arrive Baltimore 2.25 a. tn
' 'Washington 5.11
fine Mall 12.65 a. m. arrlvo Harrlsburg s 08 a. mj
" Baltimore 8.40,
1 111 daily except Sunday.Waibl,'St0a t0'Sa "
D. M, BOyD, Jr., Oeneral Passenger Agen
A. j; CASSATT. General Manage
Tl'me-Table No: 39;.Wes effect, at :S0 A. 11
MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1818. '
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9 45 9 2 8 93
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9 tt t 40
8 83 80
8 13 8 10
III) 18 9 16. 7 10
III T 18
8 23 8 20 8 66
B 1ft V 1
8 12 8 19
8 04 3 04
J 61 2 61
T 88 9 89
7 IS S 14
7 25 9 28
hi 9 rt
60 1 61
S 46 1 40
SI J 21
0 CO 1 00
111 in l so T 41.
1 10 (5
3 60 8 96
4 nq a ah
11 It 4 10 8 65
11 90 4 18 9 06
'. 7 IS
11 39 4 49 7 44
11 u IO I ,
111 51 UI Oi
U 67 6 00 8 6
l 18 6 18 8 91
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