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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG;, COLUMBIA COl NTY, PA.
t- .?t ; . ,
rnfllakic Corn tin;! Vlirat lulling.
For some yfrs I haye been, cultivating corn
till nhel.wih a view, nil tbe while, o1
making the most and best seed from a given
axtent of land, at the least cost, Iti the short
est poutble tlmo and with the least perman
ent Injury to (ho foil. Discarding all old
fogy ldeas,I persistently pursued their culture
on almost purely scientific principle. In
the first place, the natural laws that govern
vegetation were compiled with, the habits of
the plants, their demands and wants were
carefully attended to. In the necontl place,
the nature of the sail, Its elements and adap
tatlon to the growth of the plants were aii
alyzed, and where deficiencies occured, ele
ments were supplied, and wheie too much
talk food predominated, materials wcro ap
plied, to iicu'nllzi tlio excf-ss and. secure
Jhe proper proportion of tho various elements
01 ins piani i oii.
For Inttance low, alluvial land always
produces too iu cli stalk and ton little grain.
Tomakeles Mnltc and more grain, lime,
aalt, ahes, etc., liny ba mod to great advan
tage nti'l profit. In the vegetable, as well a
In the animal world, there nre good, bad aud
IndilTeiriit specimens. Stockmen have them
all, and It Is only by cloao brcediujr, careful
atuily and intelligent application 1 Nature's
own Ilawthat they 'finally succeed produc
ing pure and valuable breeds. Just as much
attention should be given to tho selecting
aLd saving ofwnl corn and wheat. The
largest and best looking e'lrn takou from the
crib 110 not by any means make the best seed
The beat seed cirti Is always found in the
Held on the top ears of tliote stalks that hear
more earn than one and rlpcnearlicst. Seed
corn should aln ays be Selected In iho field,
not from the I.irgct t.iR, but from thoso
that nre. bist formed r nd huvo the finest sto
ver. Seven yean of experimenting, working on
one variety, have given me one that is al
most Invaluable in almost every respect. It
ia very prolific, having on each stalk several
ears, each yielding from five to eight ounce?
of grain. My beat speclmen'of a etalk had
fourteen ears and shelled sixty-three ounces
My bost 100 selected from off an acre, shell'
ed 170 pounds, and my best acre ou highly
Improved land made ms 102 bushels shelled.
I merely state these facts to show what can
be done by way of improvement in our ccr
A word about physiology ol the plant may
Dot be out of place right here : It is the lar.
gestof;the grasses. It is monoecious an'i
susceptible, perhaps, of greater improvement
than any other. My opinion Is that, in id
original and primitive state, every joint that
haa a groove bore an ear. .One may see on
examination an ear or an embryo on every
node from the roots to within six or seven ol
the tassel. Then I ask, why do not all de
velop as does that on the last joint generally
abouttwo-th!rds of the way up? I find an
ear can be made by careful selecting and
saving the seed, feeding and proper culture.
Wheat, too, can be wonderfully. Improved
by picking by hand the center heads of tho
largest tillers, that ripen earliest. This in
sures pure seed, reliable and free from every
foreign variety, as well as from all cheat,
cockles, etc I do not mean that a farmer
should pick all his seed, but I do say that he
should pick a bushel or two which, when
owed on a choice, clean acre or two will
produce his seed for the njxt season. This
picking should be done every year, so that
the wheat may not deteriorate.
The most reliable preventive for the rust,
and perhaps one of the best top-dressing
is a mixture of salt and ashes hall and hall
By mixing in December, or early in Jan
uary, and keeping it stirred twice a month
it becomes in two months one of the best
fertilizers. Put it on in February or early
in March. Four or ten bushels to the acre
will pay any one twice the amount of ex
pense and labor expended. Rural A'ew
Planting Urapo Vines.
One would 'suppsse that so simple a thtag
as planting a grape vine would uot need
writing about ; and yet the number of people
inquiring 'How shall we plant?' is so great
that a few words to these inquirers may well
be pardoned by those who think they al
ready know enough about tho matter. The
rule h to plant the roots shallow. If thev
are long when we have to transplant them
instead of sejting them deep we lay them
aiong aooiu iour or nve uicnes oeneatn in
surface. It is of course very necessary
press the t-oil very hard and firm over tho
roots; that is if the earth is tolerably dry
though in truth no vino should be planted
except the earth Is in this good condition
it is very useliil in planting a grape vine
to cut it clos?ly in. Unless' the last year
growth be very vigorous it may be al
most alt cut away; and, even whero tlii
growth is strong, one half may be cut away
This is the way to get a goed strong cane fur
bearing next year, which is tho mo-it tbit
.one ought to expect a vine to do. 'Imined
iate bearing' is one delusion and a snare.
Many a person spends a dollar or half dolla
extra on a vino wnich he Is told by tho
ler will 'heat this jear,' when lor that n
mount of money he could buy treble the
qnantity of grapes it will bear for him.
even if it bears at all. Still we like to plant
good strong healthy grapes. The little crow
quills which come out at rare grapes
high prices, seldom give much satisfaction
Indeed, it Is more than likely that the
mense failures which generally follow. all
these introductions are as much owing to
the way their propagation is forced, as
any inherent Inability In the varieties to
become adapted to soils and climates.
Sprouting the white potato will advance
the crop two weeks, They should be cut
so that about two eyes nre allowed in each
piece, and these should be planted In lint
beds with very thin covering of soil ; or it
is better to plant in boxes and to set these
in a hot bed, so that after they are proper
ly sprouted they can at once bo carried to
thelace of planting. If the niphts sbyild
De any way cold, protect with a thin cover
ing of straw when the plants make their ap
pearance above ground. Some persons who
want a large quantity sprouted, cut the po
tatoes as desired, and spread them
boards, boxes or crates, in a dark place, and
when sprouted, say from an Inch to an inch
and a half, exposo them to the light, mots
tening two or three times n week with tepid
water, Tbey should be planted out so that
there Is not more than two Inches of sou ovt
the top of the sprouts.
I'ork and Ueaus.
When properly prepared I do not know
more palatabh) dish in cold wcatherthan
pork and beans as we have them. I prefer
tho common little white bean for this pu
pose. Soak over night a quart of them, Tut
them in a deep pan or dish with allttl
water. Parboil with a piece of pickled pork
forty minutci ; (tore tho meat and put mi
top of the beans, place in tho oven and let
them bake slowly, adding a little water
the baking progresses, so that when done
the meat Is to tender m almost to fall apart,
but care mast be taken not to brown otburn
Roasted potatoes eat very well with perk
and beans. This Is a plain and simple, yet
or cold weather It Is wholesome, nutritious
and sustaining dish,
The ltlgbts or I'edntrlans.
The following copied from the Bethlehem
Timet may prove beneficial to some of our
readers: 'There nrosome people In fact
the majority of those who drive horses
through our streets belong to this class.
ho bellevo that the streets were made ex.
pressly for thenl and their vehicles, and that
pedetralus havo no rights which they nro
bound to respect. Now.for tho Information
f nil such, we state that tho contrary Is the
case, and that a recent decision of a St. Louis
udgo sets forth lu precisely the proper terms
the law of our own State. It Is 'that cross
ings aro madu for the convenience of per
sons on foot and that It Is tho duty ofdrlvers
of all vehicles, Including street cars, not on
ly to check their speei when any person Is
on the crossing, but lo stop where there
might be the least danger of collision.' We
hve frequently directed attention tp this
subject, and are glad to bo Bbte to strengthen
our views as to the rights of pedestrains by
such respectable lejal authority,'
Antltlutins Too Much.
Lord Avnnmoro had one great fault in a
udge: ho jumped too suddenly at conclu
sions. An anecdote is told of the way Cur-
ran demonstrated his fault to his Lordshto.
Entering the Court of Exqchequer one morn
ing, later than usual, Currau found a case
he intended to argue bad been struck out of
the list owing to his absence On applying
to have It reinstated, Curran, addressing the
Chief tUron, said, 'My Lord, the circum
stance 1 am about to state will, I trust, show
your Lordship I really required n little time
to elapse, In order that my mind could re
cover from what I so recently wltuesscd.'
'Good gracio si what was it, Mr. Curran?1
eagerly Inquired the kind-hearted oldjudge.
'I will tell your Lordship as calmly as I
can. ua my way to couit I passed through
'Yes. I know, the Castle Market,' struck
in his Lordihfp.
'Exactly, the Castle Market ; and passing
near one of the stalls I beheld a brawny
butcher brandishing a sbarp,gleamlng knife.
A calf he was abolit to slay was standing
awaiting the death-stroke, when, at that
moment that critical moment a lively
little girl came bounding, in all the sportive
mirth ot childhood, from her father's stall.
Ilefure a moment had passed , the butcher
plunged bis knife into the breast of'
'Good God I his child 1' sobbed the judge,
'No, ray Lord, but the calf,' rejoined Cui-
ran ; nut your .Lordship oltcu anticipates.'
Anecdotes of Ctl. Percy Wyndham.
Of Colonel Percy Wyndham, who fought
In our civil war, and who was killed recent
ly by a fall from a balloon In India, tho Al
bany Argus gives some entertaining stories,
At the close of his military service, it says,
some one questioned his title in the New
York Herald. In reply he showed that Victor
Emanuel gave it to him for gallantry at Sol
ferino, and he left a challenge for the writer
of the Herald letter. On being told that
would lead the grand jury to indict him, he
expressed his willingness to challenge the
grand jury in detail, and could not get it
through his bead that law had any right to
Interfere with "the private pursuits and dif
ferences of gentlemen." Uis favorite meth
od of dealing with refractory servants was
throwing them out of th-s window, and in a
justices' court he made an able defense of
the practice by showing that he always
roomed on tho ground floor, and that 'his
course of discipline did not injure those who
were subjects of it. No officer below
him . could complain of the respect and
formality he exacted, because he -was just as
careful to conduct himself with punctilio to
his ofuclal superiors. A brigadier general
who sentan aid to him in (action, with a re
quest forja 'pinch of tobacco,' was a person
whom he always regarded with suspicion
and astonishment. He was a splendid spec
imen of manhood in appearance, was six
feet high, of a commanding mien, and could
tie his moustaches in a double bjw-knot be
hind his ears,
A railway employee in France, by wav of
a piece ot bravado, lit his pipe with ticket
No. 955,098 in the great French lottery, and
that there might be no doubt on the subject
he chalked the figures on a wall In presence
of several of his comrades who stood all
agape at the sight. Now chauce has so
willed that the number in' question has
tum.iu out a famous prize, and had tho era
ployee only been nbl to produce his ticket
he would have received In exchange tho
sum to him a fortune qf 24,000 francs.
A Wise Deacon.
"Deacon Wilder, I want you to tell me
how yon kept yourtelf and family o well
tho past season, when alt tho rest of us have
been sick so much, and have had tho doc
tors running to us so long."
"Iiro. Taylor the answer is very easy. 1
used Hop Hitters in time and saved large
doctors bills. Ihreo dollars worth of it
kept us all well and able to work all the
time, and I will warrant it has cost you and
most of the neighbors one to two hundred
dollnrs apieco to keep sick tho samo time. 1
guess you'll take my medicine hereafter."
Seo other column.
In pursuanco of an order ot the Orphan's Co urt ot
coiumDiacountf, fenusyivanla, on
Saturday, March loth, V79,
at tivo o dock la the alternom, Ji, A, Amrnerinan,
Admliilstrawr of Jolm Iceland, Ute ot FWilngcreek
townihip in said county, doceasod, wilt cxuoa to
sale, by publlo vendue, on the premises, a certain
TRACT OF LAND,
situate lu ruhtngcreek township, Columbia county,
renmylraDta, bounded bnd,descrJbed us follows.ili:
On tho south nd cat by UaJi ot. IVMr Kfelaad
on the north by linds of Mtohael Lora-n m'i lielrs
and'ou tho weit by linds of Ueorgo realor, contain
ing 27 ACRES,
more or less, whereon are erected a
I'ranio Iluimo u ml l-'rauie 'Ilurn .
There Is also on lha premises, a 0001) i)'l'LB OR
C1IA HI) and other fruit trees. Tho land Is naturally
of good solI.Tho i rpsrty Is locatedjoa he puhUo road
leading? rrom Asbury to the state road. It Is near
tho church and school house, ss well as being conve
nient to the market
Late tho ektate of said deceased, situate la tho
ton nshlp of FUlnrcreelc, and county aforesaid,
Wiluih Kuich'ick,' lo
TEIlltSor DALE. Ten percent qt pno-fpurtb of
the purchuo money to be paid at Uig strUilnj; down
of the property, the one fourto less, the ten rr eent.
at the contlrmatlon of sale, and the remaining three
fourllis lu one year thereafter with interest from
M. A. AMMF.HM.YN,
LKOAL JILiANKS OF ALL KINDS
ON HAND AT 1UB tOLl HVIAU OtTW
Dftuchy ft Go's. Advt'a.
'TK'Vni I iriJQ WANTKDfaOt.ttOO
1 I'jAll I llilVO or 90O vrr itionlh,
durlnr the Kfr.iNo and kcmmsh. for full particu
lars address J. U, WcuUHDV CO., Piulaukli-hia,
PA, jan l,tt4w d
.totihsnn'M Annttftio t.lntmrnt Witt positively
prccnt tlilfi ttrrlblo dlsnnso. nd will po'lllvely
cure nine eases In ten. Ifirormnllnp that win Ravi4
many lives S'nt free tir mall. Don't delay moment.
I'reveuilon Is better than cum. fold everjwherc.
1. 8. Johnson & Co. Iliing()r,itlitliiu
Jan. il.TMw d
AND At.!. l)180llnERS OFTIIK
Throat and Xjungs
Dr. W. A. Slocum's Remedy
.taken In conjunction wtili
PURS COD LIVER OIL
Anil liypopliimphltr of
LIMB AITS SODA,
A1,Von Pnftl i ft each, preparation sent
JJlco Dulliu byexprcpstooach suffer
ing applicant sending their name o.AExprccs
Address Dr. T. A. tlucum, 181 1'carl street, N, Y.
Jan. tl, ';mr d
$10 TO SlOOOn
month. IKK-k sent Irene
Invested In Wall St. Slocks
mikes fortunes every
flxnialnlne eyi-rvltalotr. Art-
dress lux-nta & Co., lUNir.RS, II Wall street, N. V.
CO. 14, 'is- iw u
rA HUNTS, you need no Innarr Iliroiv nwny your
Ciuu-KEN's mioiis before Ihey nre iur.r wohn, on
account ot Uoixs tiiocqii the Toes. Litlicr the
"llr.l, H. T. Co."
Will Provcnt; Tltin.
ASK rOK TQtSa SUOK3 WUEN 11UY1NO.
Thero Is no doubt about tho great superiori
ty of tills article over common porous plasters
and other extei nal remedies, such as llu lments.
electrical appliances, ic. Ask physicians In your
una lueaiiiy aoom iu ins wonaeriui.
fold by all druggists. Price ss cents,
teb. U, 18 iw
ud, 4df.M Lnd Cw.alnl.Hn fiiuu, luu.
feb. 14. 18-tw d
ESTATE Or WILLIAM KIHTNER, DECBARO.
Letters of admlnlstrallon on the estate of Wra.
IV , deccoAed, tiavo been ct- ntcd by tbe Itefftster or
raid county to the undersigned .Administratrix
to whum all persons Indebted to paid estate art) re
quested to make payment, and those having
claims or demands ocalnst tha Raid estate will
make tiiem Known to the sold administratrix wltnout
Jan 17, TS-fiw Administratrix.
DAI I N 1ST H ATOK'S NOTICE
KSTATE OP H4HDKL D. WHITE. I)ECEA8EI
Iftera of Administration ontheeRttitAOf Ramuel
D. Wblte, )ato ot Klablncreek twp tWL co.t dee d,
Huvo been erantcd by the He eleter ot Bald county to
tlmiinderrilvrneU dmlnlstratof.to wbomall persons
Indebted aru reqursted to luako Immediate payment
aid mono baving claims or demands atralnst the es
tate Mill makM tbem kcowntoChe admtnLttrator
JI J. UUIMKIt,
Jan. 17, '18 6w.
LINIMENT IODIDE AMMONIA
Cured all Pain In Man and Bcant
TROLlrgusllrxRMPalllniz ofthaWombA A Won
derful cure. Nino years my wire suffered fwltb this
iciuuic uuuipuuuu ouu wan aLivnuoa oy uoctor al
ter doctor, wentta thH dllTprf'nfchnsnltjiTM uhen fn.
males are treated; tried them all ; wore bandages
uuiuvaiinries wiui only temporary rener. iter uie
was muerame. we applied Dr. (li es' Llnlmei
Uer relief was immediate. She Is now well.
40 West 13th street. New York
I had twelve strokes of Paraivsts. Mv lev. arm
and tjn?ue were useless ; was obliged to use a cath
eter every day. Doctor Giles' Unlment Iodide of
Ammonia has cured me: Will answer any Inquiries
ou uiui, iui uuueiea Know or lu-
uoiiN Arrsi tonn iiranrora, conn.
Chestnut Hill. l'titljutelDhl-t. Anrll L 1ft.
W. 31. Giles. Ks.. Dear fair I used v our Iodide nf
Ammonia Liniment on Hora Temole's hlndnosteru
Joint. Mio had benqului lame; tho effect was
wuuueriui, uuu w ium dqw ciuiwi weu. very.ru
P. 8. I am now uslnir It on Littleton',, rlif ht lore
A large shoo boll on a valuable young horse was
rcwuveu uy uui.s- ummvnt loaiae oi Ammonia.
ASTHMA The tortures and aconleaf endured for
six years, none but those who have suffered with
mis temoie aisea&o can know. My lire was misera
ble, in desperation 1 tried Olios' Liniment loalde of
Ammonia. It irave me lnstanti relief. Uedltlri-
Lcrniuy as weu as externally.
117 west 9ith street. Mew York.
I was In a dreautul cdbdltton. Joints swollen,
pain Intense, injections of morphine Into my veins
lolled to relievo mo. lilies' Iodide of Ammonia took
uwav tho deposits from my Joints. 1 want every
wn nuv Buucin bu Muuff nuub win euie uiem.
North Hvde Park. luimmolue co. vt.
Another Hutrerer cured Discharged rrnm the
Massachusetts (leneral Hospital as Incurable, with
laUanuiatory rheumatism In m? shoulders, ringers
uiw icei, i suuereu leunuuy lor inree years, tneu
ctrruiiuic, luni, uu uupu. nr. uuea Ljnimenfc luu
Ide of7Ammonla effected a complete cure.
No. 71 Prone street. Kali Hlver. Mass.
Spratns, splint, bruises. Lameness In horses,
tines' unlment Iodide or Ammonu Is a perfect s pe
el He. Mo person who owns a borso should be with
K3 Beventh avenue New York.
In my family, and for the stock, I have used uue'e
Liniment looldo ot Ammonia. It Is unsurtuissed.
aud I tun surprised at the many different maladies
iu iTuien iv is uppncAuio. jt gives tno utmost satis-
JOIUI J. ClRTKR.
Superintendent Eastern Pennsylvania Kiperlmen
so c. and ti i and la Quarts at $2.M, in which there
Trial sue !S cents.
' SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
N. J. IIUNDKUMIIOTT, Agl. lar Uloaiusburu.
may 41, 'is-
ESPY PLANING MILL.
Tho undersigned lesseo or ineEspy Planing Mil
Is prepared to do all kinds of mm wcrk.
Doors, Frames, Sash, Blinds, etc
roade'loi-rderon Bhort notice,
THIS PAPER IS KEPT ON FIXE
AT TUT! OTVIOR OV
. lor. tlltiliml and KlRhth St.
WbJ lecclvo Adtrtlwinenu lor this Paper.
rpTlu iTrn at lisrit Ca.lt Ilatc.
Col llllttl LOrrfsror iujriil,frll,ln(i.
tKiul a3c, far AYKll ti bJ
bought the following articles at Constable's Sale and
have loaned tuem to U. K. Adams and wlfo during
my wiu and pleasure, and hereby caution any person
against Interfering With thejiame ona cook stove,
ana room store, u doien choirs, two wash tubs.one
clock! one looking glass, two wash stand;, one cup
board. Mltoen bushels of potatoes, lot of meat, one
cow, three pigs, fifty bundle f stalks, teventeen
chickens, one meal chest, one meat barrel, one bar.
iei of tinvgar.ouo lounge, two oeas,irocKing cubits,
' HAHAl! M, VANZANT,
WUlow Vale, January It, 1ST-Ke0 v, iw
OF EVERY DESRIPTION
At the Columbian Offioi
BLOOM SB URG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NORMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
. as at present constituted, offers tho
liulldlnira spacious. IrivlUI c and commoolous ; completely heatud by steam, won vcnuiaiea, uSmcu u, K,,
uxm oan-aiiuiui,nu.ij.ij "'i"'..rr itnohw
moderato. Fifty cents a week deduction to all expecting t
courses of study prcscriwu oy mu Biaru i
I. Model School. II. Preparatory. III. Elementary. IV, Classical.
. a .-.. ? r ...i..i- it rv.Hr.!.i trr en.iPM In r.!.v
roe Elementary Scientino and Classical 'courses are'. iMtOFKsStOKAI, and Students KfffMiif1
corrcspondlnirlK'Breesi Maslcrot tho Kleinents; Master ofrtho Sciences j Master ft tho Classics, uraduatcs
tbplr attainments,, signed Ov tho unicers of the noaru
I mi rnurnn ill mim v nri!KL-ri uru uv mih suiuu is iiut-rui
Tho .State requlrpsa higher order ot citizenship. The
gent and cmclent Teachers for lier schools, To this end It solicits young persons ot good amiitics ana gcra f.c,
and Ihelr talents, as Mudents. To all such It promises aid in developing Ihclr powers, and abundant opportunities for wen paia laoor auer u.u
Catalogue, address tho Principal.
HON. Wll.l.I.t.lI i:l.Vl!l.l., l-rrsliltnt Hoard oflViitae.'
CALL AND SEE
1 1ST BLOOMSBURG.
Mens' Overcoats from
Mens' Suits from $6 00.
Good Working Pants 90 cents.
Good Wool Hats for 75 cents.
Winter Caps from 40
Boys Caps from 25cents.
Good Working Shirts 50 cents'.
Mens' Vests from 50 cents.
Good White Shirts, linen fronts 65 cents.
.Mens' Socks, 3 pairs for 25 cents.
GALL ANO SEC FOR YOURSELVES
At the P&pmlar Mt&m &f
ffrnr A DAY to agents 'carvass'ng for the Flre
X M .hie VI.. lor. Terms and Outttt free. Ad-
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Fancy Curds. Chromo. Enownake. tc
no 3 alfko with name. 10 cents. J. Mlnkler Co.
assau, N. Y.
Feb. T, 'C9-4W
77 a Month ond expenses guaranteed to Agents,
outfit free. Kuaw a Co. avousta, Mains.
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ESTATK OF WI1X1AU WU1TC, DUCH1SSP,
Letters of administration on the ostate of William
Wl OVUIV 1U.TUDUIJJ, bJUIItUia WUQIJ, OC-
ceas a, have been granted by the ll.-glster of said
county to tbe undt-rslgncd Admlnlsirulors to whom
alt ix.-rsons Indebted ure requested to make Imme
diate payment and those hatng claims or demands
agiliut the t-staie will make them known to the Ad.
mlulstrators without delay,
UW. MILI.KII Alfv.
.Jin. i, TS-Oir.
AKE NOTIUH. On or aljut llie fill, nf
167, of I
January, isis ine subscriber lost order number
tf lilooia l'oor Iil.trlct l&tued iieceiub,-r wth.
1-dlr. -This Is to Hive notice that riavme&tnr thtiumH
bos been stopped and all persons are warped against
ten; M, '!- THOMAS .IIEESE,
I a week In your own town. 13 Outfit free
uauteoaer 11 i ou want a Dusiness
w blcs persons of either sex con make
w v great pay all tno lime Uy work, write
for partltuiars to L IIahit Co., rrtiiTllalae.
march a, is ly
PUBLIC SALE HANDBILLS
rriutea at ttua Uwx
ON BUORTE8T NOTfOE AT THE
MOST UKABONABLK TKBMS.
J. WALLER, Jr., A. M.," Principal.
very best facilities for Professional and raassicai "cajninc. hn,ifi .nnnlv of rure.sofl
i a .mMt . iitn their work. Dlsclollne.
U LO all eXDUUUUK LU WWJ, DlUliCUiaiwiuil'Ai'-'"'V .
IV. Course in Art.
fril"an "theSJienttno and classical courses are not Inferior tc , Ihoso of CpHjy InnMllnc ll(c;
rhetli.iiM ilenandlt, Itls onoof thopiiraooojecis or. mis "i"'" ""J' cc; "',;(
nrnvn tliplr J it at
ot I' Htoe
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
"TTTSI. F. BODINE, Iron Street below sec
Y V ond, Bloomsburg, To., Is prepared to do all
at lowest prices, and at short
In the best styles,
Parties having such wort to do will save money
calling on me
All wortarranted tolglve satisfaction,
VM. F. BODINE.
M. C. SLOAN & BRO.
Carriages, Buggies, Phaotons, Slelgts,
PUTFOKM WAGONS, HO.
RrsKlass work always on;hond.
ItEPAIKINO NEATLY CONE.
Trices reduced to suit the times.
Jan. i, lsti-u.
ALl, THE NEVr FOH IlltEAKPAST.
Full Associated PrcNK DcNpttlclicN
COMPLETE LOCAL ItEPOltTS.
NEWS FKOM THE ENTIRE WORLD,
Arrangements have been completed for the Issue of
the Dully "lleeord of the 'I lines," of. Wllkes-liarre,
Ha., as a morning paper. conUluUU' full Associated
Press despatehes from the entire world, with special
reports from Washington and 1 1 arrUdjunr.
It will reach llloomsburtr In time for delivery to
subscribers each morning by noon ad will I reiru.
larly served to patrons at the rata ot Hlty Cents per
Monte, In advance,
The Bret number will be issued on llondav morn.
in?. March Sd, 18T. a n Agent wanted In every town
IlEC'ORD Of TIIK TIMES,
Wilkes. liarre, fa.
If you are In wont of onjthlneln the way of
UlS, ItlrLKH, BKV0LVKUS,
riRTOIA Ammonlilon, Oun Material, Flshlni Tackle,
or ant other Kim rosriNs (loons please write for
my larire IllURiratedfatiilngu.' and Trice Lust which
I msllniH vourBtruiy.juilNfi.o.N'aUaiATWisT.
1II11I OCN W01S8, J'TlSeKu, 1 A,
fb, u, U-lio, jwico
unu - - -
nrm but kind, uniform and thorough,- Expense?
mierved when desired.
V. Course In Physical Culture.
In tho othu courses rcccitoauruuu
O. IB. SAVAGE,
Removed to the rost Offlco building, flrsT door
above the Exhange HoteL
All kinds of Wntf hes, clocks and Jewelry neat
ly repaired nnn warranted.,
may (7, 78-tt
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES!
Wo will soli tbo Vor; Best Family
For Twenty-Five Dollars
on an ornamented Iron Ktand and Treadle, with
walnut top and drawer, and necessary Attachments
and deliver It at any llaliroad Depot In the United
Free of Charge.
Theso machines are warranted to do tho wbolo
line of Family hewing with more rapldlty.more ease
of management, and les fatigue to the operator
man any mat-nine nuw in use. ccnu lur u vuvuiar.
ivery machine warranted for three years.
Agents wanted in Uncccupied Territory,
Centennial Machine Co., Limited
729 Filbert St., I'utDAnsi ruu, Pa.
Oct. 4, "Mm.
S. W. Douglass,
Civil and Mining Engineer,
General Surveying and Engineering
Business attended to with Care
: and Dispatch.
I am prepared to make drawings, nans and
Models In Wood, Urass, Iron, or tho above materials
combined as necessary of
Bridges, Uines, Breakers, Buildings, Ingines,
PU M t'S, and all kinds of machinery rc lis of coses
at Court or for applications to secure patents.
iMPOP.TANT TO YOUNQ
The Bryant & Stralton
No. 108 Seath 10th StrsH, Mad'a,
Offerw miHurii:ist.'tl f'ncllilica
forni'iuiriiifr uusincas mln
CJitioii. Ntoumnta cuu enter
nt liny tlin .. K YRCRtiuus.
SUuHti'iiteU clrcnlarii issc,
aug. sd, fs-sow A & B
ThenMJSt estenshe Manufacturers nf Billiard
Tables in existence,
TliB J. M. Brunswick & Balke Co.
CHICAGO, CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS ,
784 Broadway, New-York.
(Newest and mott decant fctylct of
AT LOWEST J'RICES.
Elegant Parlor, Dining, Library and Dil.
Hard l'allcs combined, sire 3x6; slate
teds, perfect cushions, complete wlh balls
and cuck, !f 50. '
Addrc&t wbichevti hume U ncreit your city,
The J. M. Bnuurwiclc t lk Oft
Feb. 7, 70-SOw
TT can inako money faster nt work for us than at
I All, lliltif clttM ranlfn) lint ranutwd cn urlll
I I sun you. fit per day at home made by Uie
Industrious. Men. women, bo)B and girls
wanted cierywbero to worl; for us. Now Is tho
time, costly outntand terms free. AddressTaus
a. u., Augubta, Elaine. oiarcn xi, is-iy
NEW PENSION LA.W.
All pensions by Sew law, begin back at dayotdls-
cnarge. l!ejocttdcaM'salsore-oiened. Pensioners
and applicants, send two stamps tor new law,blanks
N. W. flTOIEKALD, Box fts, Washington, D.O,
reb. I, H-4w Jwico '
Notice Is herebr given that on tho 8th day of Feb.
ru-iry. W. 1. V, T. Orover, bought at Constable s
sale the following property of W, It. Alen. aid
ua mauui imw w urt iwiU AlCU UUTlUg myiue S
ure, sad hereby rautlon all persons against Intfifer.
lng with the same t One bay horse, one bay mure
one cow, oue'et double harness, one bed and bed'
ding, six chairs one cooking stove, one set ulack-
feb. 14, is-iw
r. i', aitovEii
AiLAH Anti-Fat U th m melr f.;r Corpu-
11 mAf on the Awl In the itomaclj, pirvi nllnK llsron
trill rrrfp m fl pmii from a to O pmirnU n
In i.taclinflliHrcmclyb. fore tin- public
nirr. as attctfMj it? liundrpua or tcHinwniai. oi
WHICH ineH'iiirwiiiHirum a ir7'wij u-, i' i
li s.iinnlel " Oentlcmcnt our Antl-l al wa Only
roctlTM. I took tt acconllnir to ttlnctlona and It
rpfliircd mr Hre poun-la. 1 waa aoelatiM ocf the ro
ult tlmt 1 lintnetl lately irnl to AcKttuiAK'a jlrus
utore for the accond bottle." Anotlier, a plivtlrlin.
vrlilnK for'k patient from rroTlilcnc-e, lu U wits
"Four ItotiW hare reduced her weight from 1
pon ml i to in pound, and mere ia pencrai inipi
inrnt in iHftiin. 1
pcntlenian wrltln? from Hoi-
f..n Vlflmnt sruwlil r lift turn nr nlll'ntlOtl to
-41. J tin.. .,t Allun'a AiilLrnl ffdili int nif four
and't'iicHioftrUT pnnnd. The ntll-kiibwii Wljol
uto iruzjit, Smith, I kkilitti tt A ismitii. ;f Hn
ton. Mum write followti " Allan Atilt-It Iwl
rpdiirvil n lftly In our iltr cm potinUi In tlirro
wkO' A Bfntlrinan In U Ixnt wrttcai Allun'a
Antt-Kat rflucrd me twelv poiin-la In three wei ks
rnd altoirellicr 1 Iibtb tntt twenty-tHe ixwin U alnr
cnniminclnliue." Jlesra. I'owkm.A I'LiMi-Ttvv,
TI1K rHOfHlKIOIrt Or ALLAN'S ANTUFATt (iHltlC
men. Tli followln report Is from the lad who .ird
.l..n.t.iiirlAi-r. tt urnmolpi (llsff Alton.
citrlnjr drapepa. Vo l la also a potent n niedy for
r lieu mat hm. Sold by drugi lata, i'aiuplilet oil Obca
!ty wnt on nTelptof stamp.
BOTANIC MEDICINE CO..rROin9.nulT.i.o,t.T.
llr an Immense practice at the World Ilpfi
aarr and lnTaliita lloti 1, liavlnfr treated many thou
sand eases of those diseases peculiar to woman, I
lia a been enabled to perfect a most poknt and posi
tive rtmcJyfortliesedlseasea. ...
To desl(mattf this natural apcclflc, I bare named It
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
The term, liowevrr. Is ttut a ftUe expression el
TOT hltfU appreciation of Its value, ImBed iion per
aoiial obwr atlon. 1 hate, while wltneaslnfr Its posi
tive results In thO ipeclnl dlM.'dfie Indileiit to the
ornnlni of woman, clna-ll H nut us the climax e
rrovrnlnc na of my medical career. On t nierlta,
as a poslile, aafi, an 1 1 trertual rt-medjr for this class
,.f illseasts, and one that will, at all limes and under
all clrcunWanccaAiict klmllr, I ani lllliur tnalake
IiiT reuiitatlon as a phjslclant and so confident am
fli at It will not disappoint tho most saiifnilneei
t)CCUtlonsolaslnpUlua11il lady Mho usesltfor any
tjf the ailments for which I reeommrnd It. that 1 offer
Slid KU 11 unJcr A I'OSITIVE UUAItAJSTEii (l'or
'J he follow In it aro jimougr thosu Diseases In which
tnv l'aTorlt rreaeHpHon lias worked cures, aa If by
Hi Vlc, anil with n cirlalnty never Ufore atta neil by
miy nie-llclnei urorrlioea, Excesshe tlomlnii,
l'.tliiful Alonthly l'erlwln. feunprcssloui jjhen frttin
unnatural cauitSt'IrregularltliN Weak Hack, I'ro
llpsu or KaUhig of tlic Uterus, Anteverslon and
lletroverslnn, llturlng-lown Setisloniu Internal
Jl.-at, Nervous Depression. IMdlltr. Despon-lency
1 lircatencd Miscarriage, Chronl" Oonpegllon, lu
flimmatlouand mccratlonof thel tcnivlmpottncy.
llarn'nncss, or Sterility, and Female rt vfkneas. 1
Oo not extol tlila medicine as a cure-all, but It
mlmlrblr fulfills alnlciie sr wnoiri lulritf
most perfict sped"' chronle i ea of the
K.'ual aysU m f woman. It will not disappoint, nor
will It do litrm. hi any state or condition.
'1 hose who desire further Information on theje aub--cu
can obtain It In Tim l'EOl-LK's Oixmos Sense
?IrilCAL AUVI3ER. a tok of over M pevs, sent,
iMMt-pakl, on receipt of IM It treats minutely of .
fiioiw dUeaws pecullir to females, and gives much
valuable ndvlcu In regard to thu man age lot at of
tho ath-clloiiH. -
riTHf PmHtli li bj UmhIjU. r
it. V. 1 lUKC'E, M. 1- I'rop'r, Worl i'a Jl$pcnsry
Uiil tuvul. 's' lUUd, liufiUo, .S. .
aug-. so, 'is
Thomas H. HiRTHis.
THE RED FRONT,
TUAS, CANNED FRUIT,
Spices of .all kindc, Qlass & Queenswarc
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
AND GENERAL LINE OP
4tb door ttelow Market street, Bloomsbure-, ra.
ttr Goods dell ertd to all ruitecl tletonn
cfcfflfnalor new invtntinnn.orfor improvements
on old ont$.or wed teal or oUttr compound a t trade
tnarhs and labels. Caveats, Assignments, inter
ftrences, Appeals, Suits for Jnringemgnts, and
all easts arising under the Vnti ut l.twtprompt'
tv attentlrd to. InvcnUmts ttat have hem
by Vie Patent 0f
patented by us. hung opposite the '. A. Patent
jjrpiiTimrm, ana engager tn patent lusintss ear
elusively, we, can make closer scarifies, and secure
Patents more promptly, and with broader claims,
"""'"" "o nr remoie rrnm waatiinntan.
ernii uk a wiou
rl or sketch of
vour dertee: tea
ttnfl,nv,- tit -....... 1.-.
iriic All corretpontlenrt rtrictly ronl
Prlcn lota, nl .VH t'll.HUlV VS.
n:xr j.s svciuu:u.
We refer in. Wrtthinnfnn t n-i
General V. M. key, Per. F. J). Power, The German'
American National Pa nl; tit oflclals in the V. A.
Patent Office, and to fienatorsimd Representatives
in Cangrtta: and especially tt uurcllmtsin every
State in the niton ond in Canada. At'dress
(A Medicine, not a Prink,)
Hops, lliichu, MuiHlrnlio,
And the Purest mid Ilest Qualities of
all other llitten.
All illseasc of tho stomach, bowels, blood, llrer
tlJiidi s ud urinary organs, nmousnetia.reuiale
compialnu and drunLeuneb&.
siooo irr qold
Will be paid for a case they will not euro or help
pr for aiythlag niupure or tnlurloua louud la
Ask your drurelsta for nop Bittern and tree
boon, and try the Hitters before you sleep. Tako
The Hep Cough Cure and J'ain Relief
u lie uneaptu, oajeu anil Jleit,
roa tr moyeu dkotuibs
TIIH I'AfF.H la Hi ' WllU
POWELL & rhLtih.AH
THIRO 4 CHUTNUT STL
T. LOUIS). v.
THU MBS OI' AIl..
Unrivaled in Appearance,
Unparalleled in Simplicity,
Unsurpassed in Construct ion,'
I Unprecedented in Popularity,
And Undisputed in the Broad Claim
OP ,IIN4 TNC
yenv nBBT opbi.vtino
Mo8t Perfeet Bowing Maohlno
IN THE WORLD.
Iht en I pnputarltv ol tht VVIitto Is tho most ten.
tlnclng tribute to 111 excellence and superiority
cvor other machines, and in submitting It to the
trade we put It upon Its mrrils, and In no Instance
has It ever )tt tailed to tatlsly any recommendation
In lis lavor.
The demand tcrtheWhlle tics Increased to such
an extent that we are now compelled to turn out
.A. Cenaploto Cs-ot-Im-C Machlao
Uio day to aviyply
tbo dan: nidi
Every machine Is warranted lor 3 years, and
toldfor cth at liberal discounts, cr upon easy
payments, to suit the convenience ol customers.
JWA5ii3 Tixra nt ratwunn) tisshsst.
WHITE SOWING MACHINE CO.,
M 3D3 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio.
.T. Saltzer, Agent.
Oct. 23, lS18-0m
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
rORTJIEEN CENTBAL RAILWAY
WINTER TIME TABLE.
On and aftor'Sunday. November JO, 1878,the trains
on tho Philadelphia Krio ua Iroad Division will run
as follows :
Erie Mall leaves l'hlladelphla 11 85 p m
' Ilurrlsburg 4S5um
' " William port 8 B5 a m
" ' Jersey Miore ot a m
44 44 l)ck Haven o 40 a m
44 44 nenovo no n m
44 arrive at Krio T 85 p m
Niagara EjprcM leaves l'hlladelrhla 7 20 a m
4 " llarrlsburg lobuom
44 arr. at Millamsport 2 on p m
44 44 loekllatcQ 3 25pm
Fast Line leaves Philadelphia 1145 a m
44 llarrhburg 8 85 pm
44 arrive at wiutamsDort T 25 p m
44 44 Lock Hat en 8 40 pm
Paclflo Erprcss leaves Lock Haven o 40 a m
4 4 44 Jersey Shore T14nm
44 44 ullltamsport Ttnnm
44 arrive at Harrlsburp: tiMain
44 44 Philadelphia . Jpm
Day Express leaves lack Haven 11 20 a m
44 44 V Itllamsport; innpm
44 arrivoat IlnrrlsUurc 41(ipm
4- 44 Philadelphia 1 20 pin
Erie Mall leaves itenovo . 8 85 pm
44 44 Lock llavont 9 45 p ra
44 44 Wllllamsport 1105 pm
44 arrives at narrtsburg 2 45am
44 44 Philadelphia 710am
Fast Lino leaves W l'llamiport 12 85 am
4 arrives at llarrlsuurf 3 55 am
44 44 Philadelphia 7 40am
Parlor cars will run between Philadelphia and
Wlllamport on Niagara Kxpress west, Krle Kxpress
west. Philadelphia Kxprcs eat. Day Express east
and Sunday Express east, sleeping cars on all night
VM. A. BALDWIN,
ORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY
COM PAN V.
On and after November 20th, 1S73, trains will leave
Sunbury as follows :
Erie Mall B.20 a. m.jarrlv4 Klinlia 11 .5
A44 Uannhdalgua... 3.85 p. m
l.uchcster 6.15 44
Niagara 9 40 44
Itenovo accommodat Ion 11.10 a. m. arrlvo William
port 12.65 p. m.
Elmlra Mall 4.15 a. m., arrive Elmlra 10.20 a. m.
Buffalo Express 7.16 a. m. arrlvo Buffalo 8.60 a. n?
Buffalo Express 2.50 a. m. arrive Harrtsburg 4.60 a.
44 Baltimore 8.40 44
Elmlra Mall 11.15 a.m., arrlvo Harrlsburgl.r,Op. ra
14 Vaf1hln3ton io.so 44
44 Baltimore 0.30 44
41 Washington 8.80 44
TJarrlsburg accommodation 8.40 p.m. arrlvo Uarrl3
burg 10.50 p.m.
arrlvo Baltimore 2.25 a. ra
44 Washington 0.13 44
Erie Mali 12.65 0. m. arrlvo TJarrlsburg 3 05 a. m)
44 Baltimore 8.40 44
44 Washington 10.35 44
All dally except Sunday.
I). M. BOYD, Jr., (leneral passenger Agent
A. J. CAboATT. General Manager
piIILADELI'IIA AND READING ROAD
ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER
NOV. 10, 1878.
TRAINS LIAVS HCTIHT AS FOLLOWBISUHDAYEXCErTID
For New York, Philadelphia, IicaJlng, rottsUlle
Tamaqua, c., 11,45 a. m
For Catawlssa, 11,45 u. in. 7,21 and 7,85 p. m.
For Wllllamsport, (,23 9,05 a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
TBAINS FOR RUFKKT LIAVS AS FOLLOWS, (StSDIV X
Leave New York, 6,45 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, 9,45 a. m.
Leave Heading, 11,65 a. m., Pottsvllle, 12,39 p. ra
and Tamaqua, 1,45 p. ra.
Leave Catawlssa, 6,20 8,50 a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
Leave Wllllamsport ,9,45 a.m,2,15 p. m. and 4,60 p. ra
rassengcrs lib and from Now Yorkand phlladd
phlago througa wituoutchangeot carB.
J. E. WOOTTEN,
. . General Manager,
C. d. nANCOCK,
OcDeral Ticket Agent,
E LA WARE, LACKAWANNA
Tlme-Tablo No. ss, Takes effect at 4:30 A. M
MONDAY, JUNK 10, 1818
, STATION. 1
a.m. p.m. p.m
..La .ka wanna,...
.. West ntuton...
9 85 2 10 11 15
2 16 6 .
9 43 2 il IB
2 SO 6 91
2 Jl 6
11 44 6 43
H J 0 M
(I KT A M
.. I'll mouth, luac.
10 19 1 15 T 10
10 83 3 15 I ic
aw 1 1
10 !a a 15 7 2;
3 21 7 85
10 S 20 7 il
10 42 8 85 8 14
Llliinlock's t reek"
10 65 IK
U 07 4 03 8 15
11 21 4 18 9 05
III I SJ
4 33 7 30
... vv mow urovo....
11 89 4 4i 7 44
11 45 4 49 On
11 6 4 55 8 62
11 57 6 0 5 f"
12 11 ill i 21
9 IS DDI
Cameron k j44
6 46p)orthumberland. 12 45 6 43 to
Hioirlntondent's otm, Rorm'no, Juno in,
buslnes3'ou can engage Id. I5'"'!
Twr rinv,nn.l liv an, utitkcr Of eltlief
fcex. rltrht In their own localities. Par
ticulars ami sjimnl. urnrlh S trfp. ImtirOVOlOUf
spare time at this buslnes., AdJ ess bTihSoK & t o,
Portland, Malno. march 2, '14- '
THIS PAPER KiTcK
UAlogtxMitraeuuiayboluaUelurU IN NUW VOlia,
feb. 14, 17-lf r
J J IH1T1NO OAltlis,
JILL II HAD
PiWEj. tr -v
Kfatly mid Cheaply prlr.tetl t tlio ColVM
p.m. p.m. a.m.
9 so 4 12 9 40
9 IT 9 87
9 OS 9 SO
8 68 8 51 9 21
8 61 3 40 . 9 19
8 45 3 41 9 It
8 83 8 80 9 04
8 13 3 10 8 44
8 23 3 20 8 65
8 11 3 11 8 47
8 04 3 04 8 89
7 51 2 51 8 lb
7 38 2 89 8 17
7 1-2 2 84 8 11
7 25 9 28 8 06
7 Ot i H T 44
0 65 1 67 IU
60 I 61 7 83
6 45 1 40 T 29
T 1 21 t 11
MO IM 6 46
p.m. p.m. a.ia.