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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUEG, COLUMBIA COINTY, PA.
Pnli Kliitrr ami the I'oulos.
'Miranda,' fald Mr. K.ln?er, b nell-in-ilo
widow of Long Jslam1,tn her married rlatigti.
ter, ou the morning of the day she was to
give a grand party, 'nil the Invitations are
ent now, nml we must get rid ofDabney
and theboya for a few hours.'
Dabney was her aon, a lank boy fourteen
years old, and the other boys were his friends
Frank Harley and Kord Fos'cr, with the
latter' s coudns Joe and Fuz Hart. ,
'Send 'cm fiir some greens to rig the par
lor with, suggested Hm,Mrs. Klnzer's son
In-law ''let 'em take the nonies."
"Do you think the ponies are safe to drive
Oh Dab can handle 'em. They're a trifle
skittish, that's all. They need a little exer
Bo they did, but It was to be doubted if
thi best way to secure It for them was to
send them out In a light, two-seated wagon,
with n load of five lively boys.
"Now, don't you let one of the other boys
touch the rein,' said Mrs. Kinzer.
D.tb's promise to that effect was a hard
one to keep, for Joe and Fuz almost tried to
take the reins away from him before they
bad driven two miles from the house. He
was firm however, and they managed to
reach the strip of woodland, some five miles
Inland, where they were to gather their load
' vvithutit any dtia'ter j but it was evident to
l)ib all the way, that his ponies were in un
iHUally 'high' condition, lte took them out
of the wagon while the rest began to gathe
their very liberal harvest ol evergreens, am
did not bring them near agaia until all whs
ready for the start homeward.
'Now boy.,' ho said, 'you get in. Joo and
Ford an! Fuz ou the back seat to hold tho
green. Frank, get up there, for.v.iril.wliile
I hitch the ponies. These fellows arc full
Very full, certainly, nor did Dab Kinzer
know exactly what the mitter wr, for
minute or so nfttr he seized the reins and
sprang up bs.lde Frank Harley. Then, in
deed, us the ponies reared and kicked and
plunged, it seemed to him lie saw something
work out from under their collars and fall
to tha ground. An ncorn-burr is just the
thing to worry a restive horse, if put in such
a place, but Joo and 1' uz had hardly expect'
ed their 'little joke would bo so very sue
cessful as it was.
Tho ponies weie oft" now.
'Joe,' shouted, Fuz. 'lets jump I'
, Don't let em, I'oril,' exclaimed D.ib.
giving his wholn energies to the horses
'They'll break their necks if they do. Hold
'em In 1'
(Ford, who was in the middle, promptly
seized an arm of each of his pauic-m.
cousins, while I' rank cumbered over the
seat to help !iim. They were all down on
the bottom now, s.'rving as a weight to hold
the branches, as the light wagon bounced
and rattled alorg over the level road.
In vain Dab pulled and pulled at the no
nles. Run they did, and all he could do
was to keep them fairly in the road.
Bracing strongly back, with the reins
wound around his .tough hands, and with
a look in his eyes that should have given
courage even to the Hart boys, Dab strained
at his task as bravely as he had stood at the
tiller of the 'Swallow' in the storm. No
such thiDg as stopping them.
And now as they whirled along, even
Dab's face paled a little.
I must reach the bridge before be does.
He's just stupid enough to keep right on.'
And it was very stupid indeed for the dri
ver of that one horse "truck wagon' to try
and reach that narrow little unrailed bridge
first. It was au old, used-up sort of a bridge,
Dab loosened the reins a littlebut could
not use his whip.
'Why can't he stop 1'
It was a moment of breathless anxiety,
but Hieivarnner kept stolidly on. There
twould be barely room to pass on the 'road
Itself; none at all ou the narrow bridge.
The ponies did it. They seemed to put on
an extra touch of speed, on their own ac
count just then.
There was a rattle, a faint crash, and then,
as the wheels of the two vehicles almost
grazed one another in passing, Ford shout
'The bridge is down 1'
'Such a narrow escape .'
One of the rotten girders, never half
strong enough.had given way under the sud
den shock of thn hind wheels, and that truck
wagon would have to find its path across
the brook as best it could.
There were more wagons to piss as they
plunged forward, and rough places in the
road, tor D.ibney to look out for, but even
Joe and Fuz were now getting confidence in
their driver. Before, long, too, the ponies
themselves bfgan to feel that they had near
ly enough of it. Then it was that Dab used
his whlpaguin, and tho streets of the village
were traveled at such a rate as to call for
the disapprobation of all sober-minded peo
ple. From 'Dabin Kimer,' Si. Nicholas for
The Late Apple Crop.
Hand picking should always be resorted
to, especially with the winter apple, else the
fruit will not keep long or present a salable
appearance when laid down In the markets
for sale. Some few varieties ripen irregu
larly, and should be picked accordingly. In
most cases the later varieties of apples
should be left till late, so as to fully color
up, when they should be carefully hand
pickedjOtily the sound.unspecked ones being
taken. A bag, with two of the extreme cor
ners drawn neatly together, and slung over
the right shoulder and hanging under the
left arm is the most convenient thing to pick
in, as it is readily used either on the tieo or
when tho picker stands on a ladder. When
the bag is full the apples are carefully emp
tied into baskets conveniently near, and the
bag filled again. When the fruit is pick
convey It to the fruit room, which thould
be a cool, dry and dark idace. where it
should remain till the time arrives for pack
ing. While picking, keep the apples in the
shade after they are picked and before they
are removed to the fruit rooni. While some
p;rons, new to the business do not think it
makes much diuerenco if the fruit is a little
mixed, we have always fcund it the best to
keep the varieties separate and to market
them the same way, even though the Quan
tity be small. And this is the why we have
advocated, continually,, planting but few
varieties, and thoee the best, for when the
trees come into beariug you will have
enough of each sort to make a fair market
ing, which would not be the ca-e If many
varieties, and but few trees of each variety,
were planted. In packing apples they should
not be barrelled until they are free from
moisture or dampness on the outside, elee
they will 60on decay, become damaged, and
be unsalulle. The barrel should be filled
rather more than even full, and the bead
then preyed Into place, with a tcrew and
appliance for the purpose. J!y ibis mean
the applfs are pieventtd frim being bruised
In bundling (he barrels in transportation.
V '.. Jitani, Jr., in luctical Fanner,
IIISTOKY OP COLUMBIA COUNTY.
Three Year's Service
In ISdl William II. Sipes of Philadelphia
was authorized by Secretary of War Cam
eron to recruit a regiment of cavalry. On
the J 9 day of December of the same year It
broke camp near Harrisburg Pa., for Lous
Ilvi'le Ky., and upon arrival there reported
to den. ltuell. It rcmatned In arduous and
active service until the closo of the war, and
was discharged August 23 1SC5. A part of
Co. D. and a part of Co. II. were recruited
in Montour connty, and I have endeavored
to select from them the names of the Mon
tour county men. If any are omitted I will
be glad to have the names supplied to me,
to be added.
Samuel Kobinalt, deserted Decembers, ISflt
Michael llreckblll, mustered out with Regi
Samuel Sprout, mustered out with Compsny
Newton L. Sayers, deserted December 25,
John Dugan, dicharged on surgeou's certifi
cate July 22, 1803.
William C. McCay, dcsert! -T-uuary 12,
Joseph IUffler, died at Madison, Indiana,
January 12, 1SG5.
John T. Newcomer, mustered out October
31, 1SG4, expiration of term.
T. J. Irumbower, died at Louisville, Ken
tucky, February 13, 18G2 National
Cemetery, section A, range 13, grave C.
Charles K. Wagner,mustcred out with Com'
William H. Kietfer, mustered out with Com
Charles A. Dalliet, died at Limestonoville
Pa., May 7, 1804.
' Daniel W. Hank, mustered out December
10, 1SC4, expiration of term.
Opt. James Dryson, died at Louisville Ky.,
April 1, 1802.
Jacob F. Iialliet, discharged surgeon's cer
tificate, February 1803.
Joseph D. Fulton, mustered out with Com
Alfred Roberts, mustered out with Com
pany. Thomas H. Sanders, not on muster out
Wm. A. Fetter, mustered out October 3,
1804, expiration of time.
Daniel O. Dildine, died at Bardstown Ky.,
Hebruary 22, 1802.
Daniel F. Wagner, discharged on surgeon's
certificate, November 10, 1802.
Capt. Samuel Ilibler, resigned February 10,
Thomas J. Wenck, mustered out with Com
Thomas Davis, prisoner from August 20,
1804, to April 36, 1805, discharged June
17, to date May 18. 1805.
The season is just beginning when malaria
of every kind gains ground most rapidly.
The decoinpoition of vegetable matter in
the fall begets intermittent fevers, and the
gold-mists of September, beloved of poets
and painters, are, in fact, but heavy fogs
from tho lowlands, which compress the at
mosphere and make it a more solid vehicle
to transmit contagion. Typhoid, as all our
readers ought to know, is conveyed by ani
mal poison. A single case, unless the clos
ets, drains, etc., are thoroughly disinfected,
is enough to poison a whole neighborhood.
This fever has prevailed as an epidemic this
summer in the city of Bristol, England.
Search was made for the cause, and it has
been discovered that a lady of Clifton, while
convalescent of typhoid, was ordered to tho
country ; she found board with a dairy far
mer near Bristol ; tho well from which the
water was taken to clean the milk vessels
(and, perhaps, to water the milk) was but a
few feet from the closet drain. Typhoid ap
peared in nearly every family to which tho
milk was served. We instance this case to
show how subtle are the means of contagion,
yet how easy the prevention. Americans
are but just beginning to grasp this matter
of disease in a practical way. In England
when a case of virulent fever occurs, the
family, no matter how high their Bocial po
sition, are obliged to submit their premises
to a thorough official process of disinfection ;
the patient is isolated,and the disease check
ed. In Scotland, when a case of tvtihoid
fever is reported, the house in which it has
occurred Is closed peremptorily, and the
owner is not permitted to occupy or rent it
until the cause of the disease has been dis
covered and the disinfection is officially pro
nounced complete. But who would dare or
der a free born American 'out of his house,
even to prevent the poisoning of a whole
in ueiauit 01 any olnelal means of preven
tion, we recommend our readers before re
turning from the cointry to look well to the
drainage of their houses in town. Kpeud
enough money on trap, waste-pipes, etc., II
your floors go bare and you dine on potatoes
and milk for the rent of the year. And if n
cae ol typhoid fever occurs, have no thera
pies of false pride or fetllng about submit
ting the pal lent to a proper isolation and
dlfciuftctiou for the good of others. There
was divine as well as human wisdom ju the
Jewish law whUli put the unclean person
without the camp. It Is misfortune enough
to be ill, without becoming the instrument
of death to others. A', Y, Tribune.
Au Klfectius Sentence.
Judgo ,of the Judlcail Di.trict of
Arkansas, had brought before him a cojvict
ed felon to be sentenced, T ho opportunity to
.'improve1' the occaaiou was not to be lost,
and so after the umal demand for reason why
sentence should uot bu pronounced,hI.,honor
slowly and wim genulue feeling addressed
.i r . int..
me (irisuner . iuy poor Icllow, ynu are
about to go to the penitentiary. You are
refpiired to give up for along term every
ining wuicu uie great worm values; your
family and lustead to take for your associ
ales only felons like yourself; your liome-
and to take lustead what never can have the
semblance of a home ; your will and so be
subject to order of men who have no symna
thy with you. Even your ordinary clothing
you will eichauge for here his honor hesi
tated, and raising uis left arm, pointed to It
with the Index finger of the right hand
you witl exchange for striped clothes, the
stripes not ruuulug lengthwise like these,but
so round and ground like a coon's tall.'
Lditor'i Vrawtr ip JIarper't Magazine for
LINIMENT IODIDE AMMONIA.
Cure all Iahi In Man ami Hcnst
rnotirsrs tfTKiu (Fall. tin of the Womb.) A Won
derful cure. Mnp jours my wife suffered Jwlth this
terrible complaint, Fhoiw intended by doctor af
ter doctor, went to tho different hospitals where fe
males nro treated: tried them all; wore bandares
and pesmrles with only temporary relief. Her life
was imiertiuie. e nppueu it. ui cb ununvau
Her relief was lmraedtate. fbe Is now welt.
40 West nth street, New York,
t tmdttwelrn fttrnlron nf rural Ma. Mv letr. arm
and tongue were usi'lena ! was obliged to una a cath
eter eury day. lhctor lilies liniment Iodide of
Ammonia han cured ime. til answer any Inquiries
so that all anilced may know or 1L
luiin aitki., .(liiu nrtuiiuru. touu,
l HUM UUt 111IU 1 lUtUt'l)JUIt f.ll l.
W. M, niles, Kq Dear Mr 1 u-wd jour Iodide of
Ammonia l.lnlrneiit on Klnra Ten.ple'H hind pastern
joint. rhe tud been 'quite latnej the effect was
wonderful; she wnks now quite well, very, re
) S. I nm now using It on Uttleton'drljfht tons
a large ulioo boll on n valuable young horse was
removed ny uues' umtntmi iouwe 01 Ammonia..
Carnets. H.islxtn ave.. New York.
Astiimi Tho tenures and agonies I endured for
six ear, none but thow who hate suffered with
thU uri'Lt.: (iuprtsn ran know. M v llfrt was misera
ble. Hi desperation I tried (Mies' Liniment lonide of
Ammonia, n gave inn insitiQL reiiei. iku 11 in
ternally us w ell uh externally,
1 1104. llKANIOAH,
127 west S7th street. Xew York,
I was In a dreadful condition. Joints swollen.
faln intense, injections of rnornhlne into my veins
Ailed to relieve me. (Mies' Iodide of Ammonia took
nwav the deprtsits from my Joints lwunteery
one Mho suffers to know whut will cure them.
North Hide Park. Lammollle co. vt.
Another Sufferer cured. lilseliarired from tho
Massachusetts General Hospital ns incurable, with
lnll.i uiimtory rheumatism In in Miouldera, lingers
and feet ; suffered fearfully for threw enrs, tried
everyining ; 10-.1 au nope. vr. wiies- unimcui xou
lde of Ammonia effected a complete cure.
No. 72 Irane btreeL Fall ltlver. Mass
Sprains, splint, bruises, Lameness In horbes,
tines uuimeiit iodide of Ammonia is a periect Mpe
cine. No person who owns a horse should be with
5fi3 seventh avenue, New York.
In my family, and for the b'ocK, I have used Gilo's
Llntment lodldu of Ammonia. It Is unsurna.wcd.
and 1 mn surprised at the many different maladies
In which It la applicable. It ghea the utmofet satis-
John J. ('akter,
fciupeilntcndeut Kastern I'ennsylvanU Kxperimen
ruc. find $t : and In (juaru at $2.so, in which there
13 HKruai Hatiug.
lrt.il size 25 cents.
Soi.i bt alt, UarnuisT?.
N. J. HKMIHltMIIOTT, Agt. fur Illoommburtf.
may 41, 'H-
rpiIE GREAT POSITIVE CURE
JL forU l)mrAiEH arising from 11 demnzed rondl.
Honor th. II LOOK, 1.1V l.u, A'lUCVlt or
Tha Best Family Uelictae on Eartb.
8I1K) 1 : ouliii
to Mr psrton .ffllctedwllb dlse.io that MGOMXB wlH
ttot r.UT. or tons prOTlJlo. tho tswos or orcw. v. &t
wutad DSTODd point of rtp.lT;
Toole. Clh.rUe, Alt.r.tlT.. Diuretic .nd sudorific
ItslmmMl.t. effcet norm th. dlnwttv. org.ni, whether
lmpnlred by due... or rxh.nited from .nT uuse, U to In.
cretM Utelr power, of kailmkl.tlon .nd nutrition, it In.
creMe. tb. appetite, .iilit. dlzsttlon, .nd Irtvce flrmneei
.ndton. to the mncul.r .nd elrcnl.tlni iTetetn. It etlm.
nute. the vital proceane. to reneweo. .cimiy, ..". cor.
rcu tnd purUW tb fluid, tooua tbe crc&iu md rHiUb'
llibea tbelr beallby funcUona.
Wthe only true remedy for colds.
F It li ubcIbm to cipUato upon the Tlrtuos of this GIlEAl
KF.3LD.. .lfrou ire lufferlnff from Ml 101 8 ATTA(k(
MrtlMU.op 'll.DM.miUS UllUMlTlsV.I.LMItiLIlt..
1IILITY. (OSTirATI0, klDNKf r S HUH S DlSlUSH,
cr any dlMnier artiloc from lilt lit. ItLooii, fr t bottli
of u'oiil !K nd Uke m per dlrmtcrai npnn each bottle,
Id EngUab, German, Cpmish and French. One bottle wll
better conlnc you of 1U mcrtu tbaa TOlumei cxprciaed It
tprA trtal ot one bottle lnsnm Hi adoption In eTCtr family
for no Man, Woman or Child can take f IMIM.M. and rem all
lODgilek. It flrat cleaniei tlie Titcm. thn repairs, thct
buUdJup.tbmcurtngdlBeawaud eitabllihlag toaltbOQi
SUFFERED 30 YEAUS.
Jemey City, Eopln.ber id, 1 171.
Mo tonme ran tell what I have ufi'ert.d for the pact u
year from (3.naXt,!4 aud HUM) IlLlLUlMi rllJjt,
at time! to bad that I conld D"t ttaod upon my fovt, I
could uut walk half a mile wlthou ufferlog UiteDM
ajcony blcb woo Id bring onaatere inueii.
Aboat one year ago 1 aa Induced to try a bottle of
Jour t.U.KMK and auifrtad to atatethat after taking
our botyea I waa entiruly rami of both dlauawa and
aoi now entojlng eicellfntbealth and atreninQ. I ad
viae all alinilarlj afflicted to try M.OkkNfc.
Ulia. (1. P. FEU Rid. 114 Boteex St.
DON'T GO FOOLING A HOUND.
At routing nvxllctne I can ennfldently rMorotntod
IMHIKM. I have uawl U In my lamlly and know
other who have tried It. and all pronounce U Rood and
rvllable. It don't go fooling around and dlaappolnt yon
by making no tga, but It attenda to builueaa and ao
compllabva that wbcreunto It la at-nt.
WM. A. DC V ALL, IUTerhead, L. I.
OP YEARS STANDING.
I need one bottle of Tir.ORFP and ran truthfully aay
that It ha. curwl mo of Imt't.ltila and UILIIM oak, of
' 8. C, nDB, M.D , UUanon, N. 1.
For Me at H. J.
wlio It authorize 1 to iruaranlm YHiOHKNK in nrmn
S. W. Douglass,
Civil and Mining Engineer,
Qoneral Surveying and Engineering
Business attended to with Oare
i am iireparea 10 male drawings, rians and
Models In Wood, i:ru, lrju, or Hie aUno raaterUUs
couiUcej us neeesiiary or
Bridges, JJtsw, Erealerj, Ssllilngs, EnglBe.,
l'l'Ml'S, and all Linds ot marliliKrjr for us of caws
at. court or for applications to seeuro ratcDla.
1'nlrni. hrrurrtl uiarcti ts.s.
GLAZING AND PAPERING
TTTM. P. BODINE, Iron Street Ilow see-
.M ouu, uiooiosDurg, ra., la prepared to do all
to tbe best stylos, at lowest prices, and at abort
rartli'fl banc if aucb work to do .111 tare money
AU workvarranted to cite satisfaction. Orders
WM. F. BODINE.
Oct. 1, 18IS.
I MllTll I I Ml Ml II
chtaintdfor nfto tnrenttnnt.orfor improvemtnti
on M onr t.or wrdiettl or othtr compound, tradt
mnrU and Inttlt, Cttrtati. Attinnmmtn, Inter
ftrtnett, Appeati, Fnttfor Infringtmrnh, and
au catii artting unarr inc i rurni i.nirtprompf
ly attmded fo. f nrfitlMH I hat ttner 6rrtl
ttf atttnrttil tfl.- I WVMIMIM I
by the ratfntO
Jlce may ttUl, in
tnott eat. b
patintrd by us, wing vvfmiiU the r, V. Patent
J)epartmtnt,and tngaged in Patent lutinets et-
eintltetif, ire cdi moke rioter tenrche. ana teeurt
raltntt more promptly, and tetth hrnader etatmt,
than Mojm iiin are rrmnfp fmm Washington,
3flS?Xl" or nketch 0
fUZa vour device: vt
make ezitmi nations and advise as to vatentahttitu.
frrenfeharfie'. All correspond en re ttrtctlu ran
fdential. 1'rtrei t torn, and 3 CtlAJiGIJ UX-
We refer in, Washington, to J ton. Postmaster
General IK M. Key, Per, F, . Poorer, The Herman
American t'atinnnl Unuk, to etfie lain in the If. ,S.
Patent ViAce. and to ffnalorinnd Reurtsmtatlves
in Confjresi and especially to tmr clients in etery
VppoUte patent tjiee, Washington, I), 0.
Screw Porcelain-Lined Cylinder.
heciivbd uionrsT AWAnu
At Centonnlnl Exposition,
t rriTMiii.it vuoii pftJiiM
In the market. I'l Un wrnul stc-cks also copper and
porfuhim iiii' t. -mist ns hemowin a- inn om iujt
pump, ami nets hut luiT th money. Uun'tbuyu
pump iiiiUl you cullur wlle ua lur prices.
REineir We Warrant Every One
TO OIVB SATISr ACTION.
Woliao alsott lino or cmin l'umpiat very low
prlt'os. cut UtW out mid bnve lor relereute.
J. SCUUYLCIl A BON,
Bcp. 27. IS-lui I1LOOMSHUKO, l'A.
Standard of THe World
Over 300 Modifications.
70 THE REQUIREMENTS OF EVEHY BUSINESS
S C A L E S.
Iiide UU ilic I.nlrot nnil.Moht Valunb1
AT PAULS I XI'OSITION.
Ilrcclvcil lllKliL'Nt MciIiiIm at
Wdlll.llN KAIlt, LtlNIMIV, 1611
WdltUI'S l'll(, MSW YOUK, ISM
WOHI.DM F lit, Pj. HIS. 1M17
MIIIILII'S KAIlt, VIKNNA, 173
WOM.lVi KAIlt, SANllAfiO, (I'lllll) 16T5
WOIII.I.N F.MII, I'lllI.AIIEI.l'HIA, IMS
wor.Lli' kaik, syiisKV, (Ausiralto) ibtt
WOIILD'S KAIlt. l'AHIS, lbTi
FAIRBANKS & EWING,
715 CHESTNUT ST.,
Bcp. S7. TS-13 VT
IMPORTANT TO YOUNG
BrXElNT Se WOMEN1
The Bryant & Stratton
Ho, 103 South 10th Btrwl, Phllad'a,
OITen. iiiiHuriiisHl racllltles
for ucfiiilrliiK p. f.iislncas clu.
cation. HtPifenta can enter
at any time. No vacations.
Illustrated circulars l'rcc,
aus. SO, ASS
C. E. SAVAGE,
!" Homoved to the Tost omco butldtnj, rirsi door
aluc Uio Eiliiuitx IIOU'I.
All kinds of Woti iii R, t-ioriB and Jewelry neaU
lauy H, in-lt
nullocla licri-hr plvpn Hint anrnnfl lnittia n
Iufci tovutlilp, ( kliimthi ouut, I'a , I'V 'dof
olunlurv RbHk'Mncm has uhlgurd all hi. r.uie to
John', M.Miinct Ifxu.t tnii.hlplnlrustrortrie
Unent bt crrdllois oi ihe 8nld Aaron H. KMlHe. All
m rhOriH Ihcn fdrii lridvl.t,1 In II... luI.i nrr. u
KliltUe. via li.uku iiajnmtlu l Lf tuld AbKlenre
and all prrno.ia haMiiK claims or dnnaiid. Hill mole
JOHN V, YOrfM,
Asalgnee or Aaron B. Kulttli
ABtOTt lllliHK, Att) B. lor Abi.lKl'1't).
fcfpt. , -.i-C
mi inc. urr iut. ur,
733 Siisoh Sr.. PHILADELPHIA.
tVha Me our Bulkriie4 aicnl ua Mill
receive AavvrtlMMeeu Ht our
MMWISHT VJLHU UATKtf.
Fai Goods I
Bogs leave to inform his customers unci the public tlutt his stock is
now replete with all tho Novelties for Fall unci Winter Wear,
consisting of new ami beautiful styles of
- ENGLISH FRENCH GERMAN AND DOMESTIC GOODS
. AT REDUCED PRICES
any of which ho is prepared to make up in the latest style.
Rciitly-madc cothing cheaper than over.
Cheap Suits for men, Cheap suits for Youths,
Boys for Children.
all of tho best make and at tho lowest prices.
Just received it full lino of till tho latest styles in color and quality of
nm mm mm,
For Men, for Youths, for Boys Cheaper
A FULL LIME
AND HAS THE
OF ANY PAPER PUBLISHED IN COLUMBIA COUNTY.
Terms $1.50 a Year in Advance.
Country Produce taken on Subscriptin.
IN THIS PAPER
OF THE INNUMERABLE
All kinds of Plain and Fancy
Printing done on
at low rates.
OFFICE NORTH SIDE
"y-AINWMGHT A CO.,
TEAS, SYRUPS, COFKEK, SfOAK, MOI.AS.Si:S,
HICK, Sl'ICSS, BICiBB BODi, iC, AC.
N. E. Corner Second and Arch Mrccta,
lOrdcrs will receive rrompt attention.
G. A. HERRING
RESPECTFULLY announces to tlio public
that ho has reoptned
(old island) Hloonuburi;, I'a., at the Forks ot the Es
py uuu i tutu eirtt i rwtus, Mieru un uim npiiiuisoi
edilier will be made In ihe inoKt rulblnittlal and
uorLiiiuiilIKH mauuer, and wld ut prltes lo rmlt the
iii.a. lueuik'uebk iTlte lu iuu m ui un uuies w
on KEN HIDES
ot every dew rlpl Ion In the country, '1 he public pat
ronage in resiietruily Mmcited.
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS,
Ilealihand Happiness are priceless Wealth to their
posscssoiH, and )et they uro within the rimh ol ev
ery one ho w 111 use
WKIUHT'S L1V12K PILLS,
The only suio L'UIIE tor Torpid Liver, IiybpepMa,
Utadaihe, hour siomacU, lonsllpatlun, ntbiuty,
Naiwa, aint ull ltlllluus coinplalnisaud Maud dis
orders jvone b'eniilue unless slirued 'W in. vv rlk'ht,
fhllu." it jour IruKglsl will not bupi ly send is
cents tor oho box toltmrlck. Holler & Co., in tutu
St., 1'uiiu. Jan. 4, TS-ly nr
Carriages, Buggies, Fhaotons, Sleighs,
I'Ul FOHH WAUON8, tC
First-floss work always on band.
KKl'AlllINO NEATLY DONE.
rrtnsrodaeedtosult the Umos.
Jan. J, IHt-U.
SOLD ONLY BY
STYLES OF TYPE
short notice and
OF THE COURT HOUSE,
(X ri a week In our own to. ii, $.1 Oiittlt tree.
V No risk. Header If 5 ou want a business
111 M I t which peirons of elllier sex cim n ake
J urent pos nllti.o tlnii' ihey work, w rile
lor p.irtltulurs i0 II. imiiitio,, roitland.italue.
march ti, 'ts ly
To nil Mincrloi? fiom thronlo illreasesof all kinds,
cnntldcntljl lonsultutlon lnlled personally or by
mall. New in thotl of treatment. New and rellab e
leincriles. lUMik and circulars sent free In sealed
eneloi K. Address IIOWAllli ASSOCIATION, 410
hurih Ninth siriot, Philadelphia, I'a., an Institute
haMnjr a hl?h reputallon or honorable conduct and
July 19, '7s-3m Jwtco
ESPY PLANING MILL.
The undersigned lessee or the Espy Planing 31111,
Is prepared to do all kinds ot mill work,
Doors, Frames, Sash, BIMs, etc.
made to order on short notice.
HONEY OF HOREHODHD AND TAR
FOR THE CUKE OF
tningtii, Cold i, Intheaia, Hoaritaen, Difficult
Breathing, and all Affection! of the Throat,
Bronchial Tnbei, aid Longi, leading
This infallible remedy is composed of the
HoVFV of the plant Ilorchound, in ihcmlcal
union vtilh Tak-IIai.m, extracted from the
l.lir. I'RlNCiri K of Ihe forest tree AhEls
1Ui-smk, or llalm of Gilcad,
The Honey of lloreliound SOOTIIFS AND
fCA n eks all irritations and inllainmallons, and
the Tar-lialm ci.lanses ami heais the throat
nml air passages Icadinp; to the lungs, Five
additional ingredient, keep the organs cool,
tnnist, ami in healthful action. Let no pre
judice keen you from trying this great medi.
cine of a famous doctor who has saved thou
sands of lives liy it in hi. large private practice.
N. It, The Tar.Ilalm has no bau iaste or
PRICES 50 CENTS AND $1 J-ER BOTTLE.
Great saving (0 buy Utc size.
"I'IUc'h Toiitlinclio Drops" Cure
in 1 Minute.
Sold by all Druggists.
0. N, OROTENTON, Prop.. N.T.
ALLAN'S ANTI-FAT Ii tlie prcnt rrmftly for Cnrpu
loner, II l iturt'Iy li-pctnble an-l pcrftctly hnnnlvis.
It ncli on the rK.lln tin tonituli. pint ntliiic Itirnn
MrMmi liiln fit. 'Inkrn ncconllnK toillrttlloiM.lt
nil) rciluee u Tt iwrnn from I! loft poumU n wrfk.
In t'laclnirtliU rcmcly Ik fire Hit public at n iot
IWrcure ftirnMBlt), wfiloioknnwlunlta aMllty 1
curt, s nttmtH l liunOrnU nf HJtlmnnlait, of
Mhlch tiu'rtUohiff rrom u IitiyinC'olimibus, O.iln,
1 a nauiMfi "(Jmllonifn: ourAnll-l-atwas0.tlr
TiTlwl. I took It according lo dtrtcllona nml It
rnliicfrl nif flte imun'lii. I a nclatfil mcr tho re
mit Dial I Immcillattly Fent K Ackehman'h jlniff
Horv for tin' sicoiKi bottlfV Alictliir, a Hij 6l liin,
vrlilnir for i rat lent from rrovldinci', li. I., fajs
"Four botilVB liaTo rcilurcl her wclirht from 1W
tHimi'li to I9J iiound3,aii'l there Is n pi nvral lniprou
tiunt In lienmi.'' A pfntlcnian wrliliifi from Mor
ton, mjit " S Itliout cpcclal rhantcc or attilitlon to
illi .two iKittlcn or Allan's Antl-Fnt rciiuritl niofoiir
an I nm-utiirhr iMuinJO 'I lie will-known liole-
FHld lHlipVtS,tMlTII, DOOtlTTI H A HMtni.Of llOS
ton, Muss., rltc as fullowsi " Allan Antl-I al has
rcim-i'l a lady In our city KVrn iminulB In tlirro
wwkf." A trriitliiiiHii In hi. Lotili wrlUsi Allan's
AiitlKat rriiucrtl mo twtho imuniis In lime wet ks
anl altoirHliir 1 have lot twcntlltu rtnim-U Mure
minim nclnir Its u." ilrr. VoWEthA I'liaiTftv,
Wholpnate l)ni(f?lits, iT IIiiIIhIo, .N...rltcl "To
THE PHOnilFTOltS OK Al LAN'S ANTM'ATI tillltlO
nu n, 'llielcllowliijf rt port Is from the lad v who usi-d
Allan's Anil-Fat. It llu Anll-FatUnd (hvilwlml
i fleet, rctliiclntr tlie fat from two to the i-ouiulri a
wi'fk until I hail lost tciitj-HTiMioinid. I l'io
tftr to riKilnwhat t liaelost."f Anti-Fat I on
unexcelled lilood-niulllfr. U promotes dlifi'Stlon.
curlnir lysnipU, ami Is nlso a notoit rnucdy f.r
rlieuniaHaiii. fold by drupfilsts. l'auiphltt ou OUs
Ity writ on renlplnf etainn. . ,
UOl'AMC iLLDlCUNK CU.t PjlOl" llS, UutTalo, N.Y.
liy nn lminene rriftlre nt tlio "World's Ulsprn
parr and Invalid' Hotel, ImTlntr truili-il n my tlimi
fnii'l luacs ofthoBi' dlsenscs peculiar to voman, 1
lime bit n in.ibUd to inrftct u inoutl-otiut and posi
tive rmiedy for tlwsodlrwa-is. ,
lodislffnate tills natural t)iiulc,I uave uamca It
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
The term, liowrnr, la but a ftriMe cxpreslon ot
my hlirh appreciation of Its nliie, b.iecd uim pcr
pnual ultcenatlon. 1 haw. while wltnenPlnK lb) pusl
tUc results In tlie bpeclal ilW-aqfS liieldtnt lo the
or.inlm of womni. slnplfl It out as the- f Ilmitx or
tronnlnff Kim ol' my iiir.lliil turecr. Un IN I tit' 1 1 13,
li4 a postihi, s.ili',aud ( lleiiual rnnelj' for lids class
tifdhcaM'S, and vM Hint will, at nit llmi'S and under
all tircunitiincifl,aet klmlly, 1 am wllllnp to ktake
i iv KpuUtlon as a plijtkl in: ami so contldenlam
1 Hut It will not disappoint thn most saupiilnu ex
pectations o! a sltiple ln illd l.idy ho usm itroruuy
t,tUt3 aliment lor which I reroninu nd It. tint I oittr
mi l Mil It under A lOiiriK liL'AltAM'KI- For
ion IllloiH, see piimptih t wiapplntr bottli.i
Hip following an amone ihune dKa-es In wnlcli
my I'uiortte l'ri-cr!ptloii has wnrkinl cures, as If by
1 1 1 :lc. Mid wltli a ci rialnty inner htture attnliied by
tun metllflnei I. ucorrlnra, Kxcessl.c Flow (tip,
1'aliifal .Monthly l'crlids Mntpn-cflous when from
tninitural cames, IneptilatllUs, Weak Hack, l'ro
tapsiH, or Fallhip ol lh Uunn. Antertrelnn and
lti.iroiTfIon, Ii arlnp-Iown m itlons. Internal
lle.it, Nirvom leprrslon, Uehlllty, l)eniondeney,
'Jhreatened Mlsrairlape, t'lironle Conpt stlon. In
flammatlimaiid I'leerallimot tliel-'tiru, Iniimtency,
llirunnes", or Merlllty, ainl Finnlo Sraknics. I
do not (Xtl tlili medicine as a run-all," but It
It liiilrsMv fuUIlU m alnglrncM or purr"-, Ulnp a
most porfiCt i.H'rlUi In all clifonle dlsiases (tf Hit)
teual Kjgtt in nf woman. It will not dHiippulnt, nor
.lll It U liatm. In any Mat- or condition.
'iliodc who ilt iflrefurllwr Informitlon on lheo mh
Jfcts run ohtalii It lo Tin; lM:ori K'd Common- hLSSB
.MLPICAI. ADVI5ISH. a book ofotr ! pSL't-B. Htnt.
post-nild, on mtlpt of It treats minutily of
lliortu dlwasis tn-culUr to FtiinUs, and pli-s much
wimble .hlcu In nparJ to the iuauapeii.tut ot
tho' allei wh.
Fnrorlt ,rcriptlm Mid liy IhiggUU,
it. V, I'll'.u. K, l. 1 . I'rop'r, World's Disptuuiry
w.i titvall lb llotil, lUffAlo, X. V.
nug. 30, TS
Tho Lightest Running,
The Most Durablo,
The Most Popular
Jt Is cnwlly itiiilcrMtnod, makes the
tloublc-tliread In It-at Itch, i'uelf
reciilutlus trillions and take-iipf
unit trill do the wliolo range of family
work wltliotit chuiiso.
Ttte DtiiiicUc is madetti the most
dm able manner, with conical steel
hvarluyn and compensating Journals
Ticn iiiilnr 3A.TTI3IINS f"
Imllr', nlf,) anil children's drett,
tire cut vh it n)Htcnt mipcrlor lu ny
In imc, nml enn be understood bu any
olio. J'ull dlrcelloilNilMiI Illustrations
on carh envelope.
fiend J'li o Cents for Illustrated Cata.
Icy no of lOOO J'miloiij.
Sowing Machino Co., Hew York.
I. W. HART MA"-,
Apnt "Domestic" Farer Fas'aiois
Doccrabcr II, 1ii;-iy
Steel and Iron
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF
Pal.ul Iualde Holt Work aud
10 tin C0MPUTI WITHOUT IT 1 1
W. H. TERWILLIGER.
No. 54 Slutileu Lune,
NI WUIl4 It.
loc. I, lWT-ly
r - "" bustncbs you can ent'ngc In. 15 to no
Kr I f'riiu muds liy mo woilirot t-HUer
UI.J I bfx, rlflit lutliHrowuloc-alltl.s. I'ar
tlculars and siimrje. worth 5 trie, linnrotoiour
fparotlmoat till. buklnew. Add cm (.tikmin St 'to..
l'urtland, Malnti. march 81, 18-iy
Ucaninako money faBter lit wok tor us I nan at
nuylUlnif else Capital nor unulrirt! wo will
start Jim. lis ir day ot licmo niaije by tlie
Industrious. Men, women, bojn and irlrla
wanted e er where in work lor us. Mow i'uib
tlmu. Costly outui and terms Irie. ArtdressTm
K Co.,Aui:usta,'Walne. ilnrch, T8-ly
Neatly nii chesply executed at Uie
r4 n run Mrrci I'liiutirir. ifrc. in. ni.
Mob i n r:t i:ir. iii:a v a- c
Upiitlcmen our riiliita lmc tfivm cnllro mU
iiu-iiuii. i iinvfl uni iih in vil ll kihki innny uiut'r
rnt KtnDsor unrk, niicU us Iron, '1' u tuoil, tirlck,
c, nml nfvr hi'iinl imy ciuiiplnliitc nn tlm con
trnrv, tho work sliiuili cll nml tor enr, will In my
opinion, stntiil wltli nny It'iiil In tlm nuukrt, Wlicn
In wnnt ofit'tcrento In Mils city or Mrlnliy jou nro
nt liberty to uo my nnmo with jileasnrt", ntso touw
mi lis juu iiilUK UI'M.
JOHN T. OltAY.
Painter nod Denier In mints, liiln, c.
STltlCTt.Y 1'UIIK WIIITI8 1.RA1), AT TUB LOWEST
MONTOUlt HIJVTI! I'AtNTS, S CENTS.
WOSTOflt JtUrAUlO WIIITfi. N CESTS.
JIONTOIIlt MKTAI.UO llllOW.V, II CENTS.
Ol'r" COI.U1IS AT T1IIH I JdlJK.
PURS LINSEED OIL
at !( iiiiuimi rnlcN.
sainplo enids. and urtco list turnlsLed .without
f)rdernnd lnnnllleflliv mull will ri'ieltu rnnlr)t
ITKNIty S. KEAY,
VUOI.!A Liu AC1KNTS,
The Four Quarterly Reviews
Tr.o Loonara Sco:t Publishing Co.
41 Barclay St., Now Vork.
Contlnno thrlr authorl?e(l lteprlnlsot
i in, r.iii.ni nun i(i.ii'. i'wu,i
I III! r.Vl'MINSTEIl IIHVIEW (llbi rnl),
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ZrflUeno Iteprlnts nri i-ot Rlecttons ; theygtvo
he orlirlniiM In lull, nml ut about onu-lhlrd ihemko
of tho fiigilsh Killiloiis.
'Ihe l.itf-'t ndnneed nnildlieoerles In tlio arts nnd
si'lenees, the recrni nddlttons to knowledge In eery
i(-iuiiiiirui ui iiierainie, unii nn mo iiovi publica
tions ils they Ssue from Ihenresi. nri fullv renorli-il
nnd dlsciwsed In tho piiKOHot theso iwrludlculs, tu
l.inu.iiro nt oneo elenr, forclblo and eompivliensUe.
The an Icles are eojiinonly uioro condensed and tull
or mutter than thoaerai;o books or tho period.
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address for $12 so, lour copies ot the four llelows
ana lilaekwood lorfl1. and so on.
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up ot the club,
New subscribers (appljlnirenrh) for the onr 1S73
may hae, w lihout eharKv. Ihe numbers for the Inst
quarter ot 1st; ot suUipuloulcnls as Ihey subscriber
or Instead, new subscribers to any two, th.ve, or
four or the aboe periodicals, mav hao one of tho
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hap toof tho "Four Reviews" or ono set of black
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direct to the publishers. o piemlums given to
'lo secure premium? It will bo necessnry lo mnko
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fch 1. WS.
AAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
piULADKia'HA AND ItKADINO KOAD
AHKANGEMKNT OF 1'ASSENGElt
Jlay 12, 18TS.
ra.isa lkave hitfkt is 'Oi.i.ow8(80KniTKXCErTiD
For New York, I'hlladelphla, Heading, 1'otUUIlc
Tamaqua, ic, 11,45 u. in
For L'aUiwlssa, 11,45 u. in. 7,2H and 7,tc p. m.
.For Vllllamsport,c,i;s 0,04 a. in. nnd 4,o p. in.
rililNSKOlI HCrKHT LKiVli AS FOLLOWS, (StNPT II
Leave Now Vork, 8,45 a. ru,
Leav e I'hlladelphla, 9,1s a. m.
Leave lteadlug, ll,3ja, in., fottsvlllc, 12,16 p. ni
and Tamaqua, 1,!j0 p. m.
U'avet'atalssa,c,20 8,w)n.m. and 4,onp.m.
Leave Wiillamspori.'j, I5a.in,2,l5 p. m. and s,oo p. ro
I'assengeis to a r.d f rom New Yoi k nnd 1'hilaiM.
phla co thioug.i .. lthout change of cars.
J. 13. WOOTTEN,
C.O, HANCOCK. 'ic'heralilanager.
(ieneral '1 lcket Agent,
Jan. 14, lilc-u.
OHTJIKUN CKNTJtAL It A I LW AY
On and after Noveinbt r sotli, 1S73, trains w til leav e
sUNllUKY as follows i
Erie Stall 6.20 a. m., arm e Elmlra li . t
" Canandalgua... 3.86 p. m
Itochester 6,16 "
Niagara o 40 "
Itenovo accomraoaatloiill.iua.m.airivo Williams
port 12.65 p. m.
Elmlra Hall 4.15 a. m., urrlvo EUnlra 10.20 a. m.
Uuffalo Expuss T.15 a. lu. arrlv 0 llufTalo S.60 a. u
Uunalo Express 2.60 a. m. arrive Harrisburg 4.to a.
" luitlmore 8.40 "
Elmlra Mall 11.15 a.m., arilvo llnrrlsbuigl.wp. in
" WosUlngton 10.30 "
" llaltlmore C.So "
" Washington 6.s "
Harrisburg aecoiniuodatlon 6.40 p.m. arrive llanlt
burg 10.60 p. m.
arrlv 0 llaltlmoro 2.25 a. it.
" Washington 6.13 "
Erlo Mall 12.65 a. m. arrive Han Isburg 3 05 a. m,
" llaltlmore 8.40 "
. , ., " Washington 10.S5 "
AU dally except Sunday.
1. M. novo, Jr., tleneral Passenger Ageit
A.J, CASSATT, General Mannti r
ELAWA It E. LA CKA WANNA
Tlme-Tablo Ko. so, Takes etlcct at 4:So A.
MONDAY, Jl'NE 10, 1878.
.. Wi st IHIslen.
,.1'h mouth June.
p.m. p.m. a.m.
o.m. p m. p.m
0 C5 2 10 0 15
2 Id 11 211
0 45 8 2'i b 23
2 SS 0 40
2 41 45
10 07 2 49
8 r..i 8 to
8 13 S 10
1111 18 B 15
10 S3 1 15 I 18
8 S3 3 SO 8 tf
10 SO 3 15
8 12 8 12
S 04 3 04
7 61 HI
7 fS 2 SO
7 U 2 f 4
7 ii 2 28
10 S4 8 V
.111 42 B btl
... Ultk's Firry.,,
.. .l:inih Haven..
11 13 I 10 8 t6
11 2 4 1
I llrlar 1'n.flr
I.. Illow flroe..!'i 420
... ..l.lln. ltlilira 1 . v.
I 19 9 14 7 441 .SPJ'...... '11 SO 4 42
to 1 67 7 88,. .lilwni.Clllg..,. till 4S 4 40
II 10 1(1 7 TS1 llnrrt l.i'I : I?
7(2 8 f4
7 4I........ ...sry...." 11 SO 4 42
4 6 Bid
s (Hi . r
. , .....'tliulafkyinr.l
0 IB ...-.Comertn....
to 1 CO 6 46l,yorthuiiitrUijid
119 18 618 8 21
p.m. r-m. a.m. r.. p.ni.