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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMS BURG, COLUMBIA COLNTY, PA.
TUB roCUCiiKK TI.AflBBY.
A rery ftf.marlabte Crime A Girl who Want
ed to Miimj one rf her oirn Sex,
The ttUl of Miss Mly lfucr on rtn Indict
ment fur fatMly ibootlnR her onco most ln
tlm&te friend and assoclate,Mtss Ella ileum,
commenced at dnow Hill, Mil., on the 28th
of May. The cm incites extraordinary
comment, and the wide spread publicity
given tn the startling tracdy at the time of
Its occurrence through the press, comtiliieil
with the remarkable features of the distress
ing affair, lend to the trial a remarkable In
terest. The town Is rapidly filling up with
strangers, and the trial Is tho sole and ab
sorbing topic of conversation, l'ublic sen
timent is divided, with the majority of the
opinion that Miss Duer will he ncnuitted'
She has borne her Imprisonment with com
parative cheerfulness, and has been allowid
the companionship of her relatives and In
timate friends under certain restrictions.
Her sister is her constant and devoted at
tendant. She converses pleasantly on every
div topics and local incidents, but refuses to
allude even directly to tbn tragedy, which
has destroyed the peaee and happiness of
two well known families. Miss Duer spends
her time principally in reading, preferring
books of a romantic or poetic character,
l.yron Is her lavorlte poet. Her friends do
not think that she fully realizes the gravity
of the charge for which she ttauds indict
ed. MH3 IinAllN, Tlln VICttM,
was originally from Liurel, DA, where she
apent most of her youthful days, and where
her pretty face and sweet ways are remem
bered by a large number of friends and ac
quaintances. That she was tho fairest and
most lovely gill In all the country about Is
tho testimony of all who knew her. Some
what below the medium height, she possess
ed a slight, graceful but well developed fig
ure. At the time of her death she was
scarcely 17. She wasji girl of high spirit,
gay, cheerful and dashing. She was highly
esteemed among her friends, and those who
knew her as a young girl ot sweet and pure
MISS DUr.B, THE ACCUSED,
U about 20 or 21 years of age. She is by no
means pretty and somewhat awkward in her
movements, as though her female habili
ments trammeled her.and she would be better
able to get about in male attire. Her eyes
are large and unflinching ; she meets your
gaze with a steady, firm, somewhat defiant
stare. The face is rather thin and clearly
cut, and her forehead is strikingly high and
broad. Her thin lips closed tightly, which
causea the firmness of her expression
to strike the observer at once. With short
and very dark hair parted at the side she
wears a roll at the top of h-r head. Alto
gether the face is one which would not fail
to excite interest anywhere. Her intimacy
with Miss Hearu began some years ago, and
during last spring and summer tho two girls
were constantly together, much like sisters.
It seems strange that sin could love such an
unsexed being as Miss Duer appears, from
what is told of her, to be. Sho would smoke,
and even was fond of tobacco in all Its forms.
Her dresses were always worn short, and a
little jacket, with inside pockets like a boy's
filled with tobacco or licorice, with a boy's
hat, which she always tipped when acknowl
edging a salute, composed the most striking
articles of her usual costume. The young
girls with whom she associated tell numer
ous stories of her curious idiosyncrasies
She never cared for the society of the stern
er sex, and would make hot love like a
Romeo to her female friends. She always
carried a pistol, and was an expert Bhot. It
was a favorite theory of hers that two worn
en could be quite as happy and get along
quite as well married as a woman and
took placo on the rth of November last.
The professed friendship of Miss Duer had
become very unpleasant to Miss Hearn, and
every effort was made to break oft" the ac.
quaintance. Miss Duer chafed at this, and
would frequently upbraid her "dearest
friend'' for the coldness of her manner and
tho evident weakness of her affection. Th
truth was Unit Miss Hearn had reason tu
fear that her life was not safo while with
her. Upon one occasion while tho two girls
were in the woods gathering fallen leaven
for decorative purposes, Miss Hearn started
home pome distance ahead of her compan
ion, when she called upon her to wait. Nut
obtaining instant obedience to her tome-
what abrupt command she called again
quite sharply. This second summons was
not heeded, when, without warning, Mi
Duer pulled out her pistol and shot twice
directly at the now thoroughly frightened
girl. When asked why she shot, the reply
was that if sho had not halted then the
next shot would be more effective than the
previous ones. From that time Miss
Hearn began to be seriously alarmed
when in company wifh her friend, and on
one occasion, it is related, when she, with
strange vehemence, asked MUs Hearn ift.be
did not love her, and went so for as to aclu
ally propose that they should get married,
ulie fled f;om the parlor, where they bad
been talking, and locked herself in her
room. These little difficulties were gotten
over finally, however, and the intimacy was
renewed, but not eo warmly as before. Mias
Duer was constantly complaining that "her
passionate, love was not returned," and sigh
ing over "lost hopes of bliss with hr dear
est friend when they would be always to
gether." There was a young man of the
town who, about this time, began to pay
marked attention to Miss Hearn,
when Miss Duer remonstrated with
ber in the most passionate manner,
telling ber that she would shoot the
man who took her friend from ber. A Miss
Foster was also a friend whom Miss I learn
was very fond of, and the two began to be
very close friends. In the morni.ig Of the
4th of November Mis Foster and Miss
Hearn had taken a walk together, and upon
her returu home the found a note from Ml-
Duer requesting her to call at her bouse, as
she wished to see her urgently. Late in
the afternoon she went with her little sister,
and when the two met, Miss Duer asked
Miss Hearn to take a walk with her the next
day in the woods. With tho fear of a pos
sible repetition of the former shooting in
ber mind, she very decidedly refused. This
appeared to arouse the fire of jealously
of Miss Doer's nature, and she passionately
and upon ber knees begged that her request
might be complied with, but in vain. The
next day, at an early hour,Miss Duer called
at Miss Hearn'g house aud was shown into
the sitting room, where the latter was sitting
with her mother. When Miss Duer was about
to go Mrs. Hearu requested ber daughter to
accompany ber to the door, and the two
girls passed out in the passage. As soon as
the door of the sitting room had been closed
Miss Duer, turning about, looked at her
intently for a moment and said, "Ella, why
will you not walk out with meT Do you not
love rot?" "Oh, yea, I love you," said MUs
Hearn, "but I am afraid of you." "Do you
jove Mr. f" To this question she
received no reply, when she became very
much excited and spoke again quickly, "Do
you lovo Miss Foster better than you do
rue?'' The answer was "yes!" This appear
ed to terribly excite Miss Duer, and she
rushed wildly about .in n terrible state of
excitement, "Don't say that, Ellaj don't
any that," sho kept repeating, while Miss
Hearn stood rooted to the spot by the ve
hemence of her manner, Presently Miss
Duer came close to herand said, "If you say
that again t will shoot you," and took out
liir pistol and cclted It. Then she appeared
to become more calm, and seemed tn want
tn "make up" with her now thoroughly
NOW CAME THIS FATAL MOMENT.
Miss Duer attempted to kiss her, but was
repulsed by Miss Hearn, who put out her
arms to ward her off. This caused her to
slip and fall upon her knees, "dho was then
furious, and gave such n fearful look that I
shall never forget it to my dying day," said
Miss Hearn, In relating the circumstances.
"She pointed the pistol right at my head."
I held up my arm to ward It off, and I cried
out, "Ohl don't shoot me, please, Lily; don't
shoot me; I will go with you, I will lovo
you." tint It was too late, ami the next
second the p!tol wa9 fired and the ball had
done Its deadly work. Miss Hearu lingered
between life ami death for a month, and
at one time seejied on n f.ilr way for re
covery, when, on December C, sho becamo
rapidly worse, and died peacefully and
quietly from nervous prostration caused by
the shock to her system by the shooting.
The Coroner's jury retimed a verdict that
Miss Hearn came to her death from ner
vous depression caused by a shot from a
pistol in the bands of Miss Lily'.Duer." Miss
Duer gave ball in $2500 for the trial,
which is now In progress.
WHEN WHEAT SHOULD 11E CUT.
There has been some diversity of opinion
as to tho best time to cut rthsat, judging
from the common practice of farmers. It Is
generally cut when dead ripe, or at least
when the grain has become hard. This Is
no doubt an error, and one of more Impor
tance than many suppose. It should be re
membered that wheat Is composed of gluten,
starch and bran. Gluten Is the nourishing
quality of the grain, makes the flour stick
together in the hands of the baker, and
gives weight to the grain and there is the
greatest quantity of gluten In the grain just
when tho straw is yellow two or three joints
from the ground, the head turns downwatd
and you can mash a graiu between yosr
thumb and finger without producing any
milk. It may therefore be set down as an
indisputable truth that every day the wheat
stands after this stage of its ripeness, the
gluten decreases in quantity and the bran
increases in thickness, while also there is
danger of rust, which usually makes its ap
pearance during the last ten days of June.
We give these facts in time that the farm
er can take advantage of them the prescn'
season. Qcrmantown Telegraph.
PURE WATER FOR THE COWS.
Many farmers have ponds and sloughs in
their pasture which are used as watering
places for stock. Such ponds of staiding
water become stagnant in warm weather.and
filled with low forms of animal life, which
the researches of science have demonstrated
to bo the fruitful source of many of the most
dangerous diseases, when taken into the sys
tem along with the food and water consum
ed by man and animals. Good, wholesome
milk and butter cannot be obtained while
cows consume decaying food or impure wa.
'er. Whero stock, and milch cows espec
ially, cannot have free access to a stream of
running water, a well Bhould be sunk, and
a wind-mill pump used for pumping a sup
ply of fresh water daily for tho stock. The
trifling cost of such a water supply to any
farm will bo much moro than reimbursed in
health and thrift of the stock and conven
A MATTER OF CIRCULATION.
Marriage brokers are quite inportant bus
iness men in Genoa. They have pocket
books filled with the names of the mar.
riageahle girls of tho different classes, with
notes of their figures, personal attractions,
fortune, etc. These brokers go about en
deavoring to arrange connections ; and
when they succeed, they (get n commission
of two or three percent, upon the portion
Marriage at Genoa is quite a matter of c'r
dilation, generally settled by the paren's or
relatives, who often draw up the contract
before the parties have seen one another,
and it is only when everything is arranged,
and a few days previous tu the marriage cer
emony, that the future husband is introduc
ed to his intended partner for life. Should
he find fault with her manners or appear
ance, he may break off the match on con
dition of defraying the brokerage aud other
THE ASS AX11 THE ASS' FOAI.
Yesterday I called to see a friend of mlue
who had been married about two years. I
found him, his wife and heir (a youth ol
about 10 months old) seated at the tea-tabln
in the old fashioned way. After a few min
utes Mr. U., who had been Miss Clara F
drew my attention to young Charlie, and
informed me that their boy had been to the
'Am and was rapidly acquiring from his
nure a full acqiuluteuce with the cries, and
roars, and bellows of brutes. She had put
the boy through two or three exercises with
great success, when she aked him, "Now,
Charlie, dear, tell me what did the h;ep
say?" "Mah I" answered the boy. "And
what did the donkey say ?" The buy paused.
"What did the donkey say, dear ?" r-aid the
mother. The boy looked at his father for
help. "What did the ass ay, dear V r
puated the wife. It. put his hand to his
mniiili aud prompted in a stage whisper, "I
take tlteu Clara to be my wedded wife." .on
ilon Hornet, May 21.
Debt, poverty and suffering haunted me
me for years, caused by a sick family and
largo bills for doctoring, which did tin good
I was completely dicouraged, until one
year ago, by the advice of my pastor, I pru
cured Hop Hitters and commenced their use,
and in one month we were all well, and
none of us have beeu sick a day kluce ; and
I want to say to all poor men, you can keep
your families well with Hop Hitters fur leu
than one doctor's visit will cost. A Work-
Some of our Insurance companies of New
York have written letters of congratulation
to an up-town lady on her bravery when she
dlscovored that a room in the third story of
her maguificeut house was on lire. Calmly
wrapping a rug about her stunlders, she en
tered, and closing an open window and the
doors, kept tho flames from spreading, and
then telegraphing to the nearest station for
aid, the flames were quickly put out, but not
until every artlclo in the room was reduced
to a cinder.
Tho Ameriean Cultivator gives this satis
factory experience with aweet corn as .slock
feed i During the past two seasons I lmvo
had an acre or moro to cut up when suita
ble for roasting ears, besides what I have
fed in Its green state direct to tho cows, and
I think It Is the best feed that I have ever
used for feeding dairy cows or fattening ani
mals. In either cao It seems a feed nearly
perfect. The ears furnish material for fat
tening or milk, as the farmer wishes, and
the stalks, If cut when green and well cur
ed, will bo eaten very clean ud servo the
purpose of hay, especially for working ox
en ; and while they are so supplied they
feel the effects of good feeding as readily as
on any feed I have ever given to wotklng
TIME WORKS CRASHES.
In tho 'Historical Sketches of llradford
County,' now publishing In the LcHaysvillo
Advertiser, we find that Hon. Wright Dun
ham, who was elected to the assembly from
Tioga eounty In 1831, went to Albany on
foot, to attend tho session of the Legislature,
a distance of over two hundred miles, the
salary being $1 50 per day for one hundred
days. He had nn opponent,and consequent
ly received all the votes cast, which did
not exceed one hundred. The period of less
than fifty years has wrought radical changes
In the majority of the men who are clio-cn
to represent the people as wll as in the sal
aries paid them. Wo leave our readers to
decide whether wo have belter men with the
increased emoluments of tho present day,
Persons having cultivated the blackberry
are possessed of sufficient knowledge to
understand the fact that the longer they
allow the canes to remain unpruned tho
lateral branches are proportionately shorter
and the fruit smaller. To obtain the largest
sized berries and the largest quantity, too,
cutback the !oailliii canes to uot exceed four
feet In length, and shorten also the lateral
branches; if they seem tn need it. This
will be found to Increase the breadth nf the
stool, affording more bearing room and gen
erally to rtsult in greatly improving the
crop, It can be don any time up to the
10th of April. In July the young wood,
which by that time bus grown over the tops
of the old hearing dines, should bo clipped,
especially the lateral branches. It will
have the best effect upnn the follnning
A lady stepped Into a stnr in this place
yesterday, and asked tin new clerk if he
had any iwk candy ?' 'N , multm,' he
replied, 'I haven't any rock handy, but here
is a brick which you are welcome to, if it
will answer your purpose.' Whitehall
A man in Qiincy rtc.-ntly alvertisod for
twentV'five tlii.n rnlilns eirgs A corres
pondent of Uih lUeiol siys Oie ti'ies for such
a nest robbitur, according to the statutes nf
Mas.sc'iusetts, would amount to $7,S00.
This, he thinks, would Wave but a small
margin for the boys .
There is a b lltle of win over eighteen
huudred years old that will In opened court
ly on the anniversary of the destruction of
Pompeii. It was dug out nf the ruins, where
it had laiu since the year 70. At the cheap
est possible price, the cost of it, if invested
at compound interest, wm 1.1 by this time
exceed our uatioMal debt.
Crj ing Is a primt evid. i ce ol pain. When
the Il.iby is fretful and inclined to "Crying-
Spell," remove the cause by using Dr.
Hall's lUby Syrap.
BTlUirratuiil tborcratb brood-pgrirylox proper
ties. Dr. riertt'd ttotttn MfUtc.r t)lKTtrf tares
l Bwf, Trcm lb worst aerftJ to common
Ulotefc, riMple cr Ernptton. Uercurl tHiCM?,
llloerml Fclftcag. nxJ tbaT effKU, rs cntdlc&teti,
BQdTlforotMihciutbaivl a found rotuUtuUoo eUt
)Uhetl. .Ei7dltM alUkcwn Ttrtr tor, ftttl
r ItOMh Ml" In short, U disc we. crum. by baa
Mood, are onraere4 by ifcl powerful, purifying, ami
Ujvitfu ruling uicuitiuc.
KitittcUilT hu it manlfefited Iti'Dote'ncr In curing
TtUr, Umm lUafc, BUa CWfeai!, Bore Ejm
DrnisMt nisi Bwelllu. Wait HwcIUbm.
Jltr mw TUck Neek. an4 EaAre4 61m4a
If jou fcel dull, drowsy, debilitated. baTa tallow
color of akin or yellow Ub-brcwn pou oa face or
irtrsqwrak aunaum vi suisiniw, nau iaic in
knouth. Internal beat or chilli alternated with bol
t HRhefl, low plrlta, and floe ray fore bod lcra, Irregular
appetite, and tonpw eoated, yoa are suffering from
Trpli ueert or BHUmmm," In maay caaea (
Lrver CrapUlat t ool y part of these lymptoma are
rxpfrtfwed. Ai a remedy for all inch caaea, Dr.
l'lerfVi uMen alekal DfacoTtry liaa no equl, aa
UeffecWperftct and radkat core. -
In Ux cure of JirtMMta, Be CaecWa. and the
early lUrei ff iwmviw. It haa aafcokbed the
medical faeuMr and emtneot ptryaftelani prooenaea
ft the freateal baertteal tiacovery of tbe ace. While
and pmrff t Bold by dniWliia.
K,V.P1KHCE.M. D.,Pror,r)WorM1i I
sua xnTauaa'uotei, mtxsaio, r, i.
NoMBfuilmiUnUrtr.rflsililTf. mummii pitli,
ttapo4 .1 tkop. cra, nrt fctUky lnrrgUfrj..
Betas catwly vcuM.no tTUtilr cro la re-
mlrMl vfcll ulnff Ihm. TitPT tUtlll WltbOUt Ul
furbuf, to U fOMWotlcD, Cfct, of occP3Uor
TmU la tkm Mssttk, BUUU Matk rim t rrfU
T KMiqi, UUrul Tmitr, Dlfltt tnlUm !
MMMk ltMk .r BIms to Uta4, like Dr. Itern'l
n.Mfl FaiMtlT. rcDft. 1b t rplft&MICD er the
remedltl power Jt tUtK rwiiln rellfto oyer
ml !. eeeeel Uwtr emjIH.o Ara
ioa not Jmpelr Uieiwjifrifc, ;f Hum If Una,
Tuey are nnM oated aau lacloMd la (hue botuea.
tlietr vtrtute ttaa thereby tmaerreo. unimpaired Wt
any leaaOi ttoa. In any Upalt, to tal they era
alwaji ifreeh artRllatite. Ttde la set Ibe cue wlUi
I lUa put
lUa put up In cheap wpodra ar baetetoarj beiee.
the taoet prrtwl eaUelhelton.. eVaU 7 araacMa.
aad Invalid.1 Hotel, lluflaie, JOT.
e, w aoAcaieo, ueea mum rcucia
fcClM, dUc.Ua g foiling lata tbroat,
aAnvat1 i-,iai i.rnfiiva viurv. thick
innrniM. TainilmtL cfferulVV. tr.
la otbera, it Orywu- drr. watery, wt)u er tctannd
tyca, a topping up. or outratioti. ei the Aaaal paa
tftCa, rtiir.ne-"de4raiaa,to couglw
f ol ta ciet a r tie tin oaf. tuccratlona, aeau from ulcere,
t e afcr . .vtaaal tw ai
5r toui dtprlTfttloa of mum of aaun and Uaw, dli
ilnaaa, mebtu depneaU.ii.loee or aDpetUe. Id Jif ca
rton, cjaUrged to&etxa, Uckllsf cowgU, etc. Oolr a
tmv f Ueai aymptoiu axe Ueelr 4 te praaenl In any
at tn time, f"
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY
product radical cnrei of tne wont caaee of Catarrh,
io DMtteror bow lou aUndliu. The liquid remedy
eiay be enuAd. or bVttcr applied by me uae of Dr.
FntHCKHTuouche. Thla la ute only form of l&etru
meat yet lavenleUwlUt wblrh Outd medicine can lo
ianied iuqu ci and rmncrtT at r lied to all
parte of the affected naaal paaearec, uid tbe cbam
bcre er cart t lea coumunleaUnfr tbercwlth. In which
torea and uleere frequently eiUt, and from wUcU
tne catarrhal dlacbarn feneraUy proeeeda, It uae
te taleaaaat and eaalTy unilentooJ. from 4iMttM
kecompanyliig each laetrumenk lr. fjaoE'a (.
larrh IUbx4i caret recent attache of 0U U la
Ot4m irr a few applleatlona. It la mild and plca
knt to ue, ctmtalainf no atrongor camtle drura or
polaonaia7CaUrTh Bemedy and Douche ml W rg
anil IaraJUj'llotbuffaUo.V. Y.
ESPY PLANING MILL.
The undersigned lemee ol tne Ispr runlne Mill,
Is prepared to do all Unda or mill work.
Doors, Frames, Sash, Blinds, etc.
made to order en abort notice.
os ' !
H. T. HELMBOLD'S
A SPECIFIC REMEDY FOR ALL
For Debility. Loss of Memory.
Indisposition to Exertion or Uusi
ness.Shortncss of JJrcath, Troubled
with Thoughts of Diseuse,Dinmess
of Vision, Pain in the J5ack,Chest
and Head, Rush of Flood to the
Head, Pale Countenance and dry
If these symptoms aro allowed
to go on, very frequently Epilep
tic Fits and Consumption follow.
When the constitution becomes af
fected it requires the aid of an in
vigorating medicine to strengthen
and tone up the system which
DOES IN KVERY OASE.
IS UN EQUAL ED
lly any remedy known. It Is prescribed bj the most
eminent physicians all over the world, tn
Aches and Pains,
Cienenil 1 11 -Health,
remale Complaints, etc.
Headache, Pain in the Should
ers, Cough, Dizziness, Sour Stom
ach, Eruptions, Bad Taste in the
Mouth, Palpitation of the Heart,
i n in the region ot the Kidneys,
and a thousand other painful symp
toms are the oifspringsof dyspepsia
Invigorate tho .Stomach.
And stimulates the torpid Liver,
Uowels anc'lKidnoys to healthy ac
tion, in cleansing tho blood of all
impurities, and imparting new life
aud vigor to the whole system.
A single trial will bequito sufli-
cient to convince the most hesitat
ing of its valuable remedial quali
PHIOB $1 PER BOTTLE,
Or Six KottlcN lor $3.
Delivered to any address free from
"Patients'' may consult by letter
receiving the same attention as by
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will give you the nature of your disease and our
candid opinion concerning u cure.
Competent physicians attend to correspondents.
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H. t. naXiftssoXiB,
Srnrgiit and Chemist,
BLOOM SB URG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NORMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rev. D. J. WALL r7Jt7a. M., Principal.
Tills school, as at present constituted, oilers tho very best facilities for lTofesslonal nnd Classlcat 'ca,rn'"'i-f,,rnl.1.c.1 wm. a bounlllul supply
llulldlngs spacious, ln ltlng and commodious j completely heated by sleara, welUentllated, lighted by gas, anc. turnisucu wuu a uuuuumi ami j
8Pffitlonhithtut, ftim easy ot ncces,. Tochers experienced, eniclent, and nltvo to their work.
iBoderato. liny cenla it week deduction to all espectns to teach, students admitted at any time, llooms
courses oi siuay precnoeu nj mu i
I. Moilel School. II. Preparatory. III. Klemtntary. IV, Classical. ,
Adjunct Courses ! I. Academic. 1 1. Commercial. III. Course in Music. IV. Course In Art. V. Course in I'liysical ( iillnre.
Tim EiMnnntarv. Kclentinc and Classical Course aro I'RUfM'slOSAU and students itrnduatnir therein. iTOMteStato
corresponding Degrees! Master or tho Uemcnts: Master of the Science, ; .Vaster ot the Classics, uruauate. in iuouiuu pui n.i..
their nltalnments,, signed lie th oillcers or the i lo.inl o( Tnstce '. ,., ,n,,.rlnr to ihoso of our Lest f ''egos.
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I lio siaio reiiiuresa nigner oruer oi ti I'ciisiiii'. i
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Consisting of an elegant lino of Cloths Diagonal and Cassemeres of
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Juigltsh, I' rencn, uerman ana .uoniesuc nianumciure,
FOR DRESS SUITS, FOR BUSINESS SUITS, &c.
The BetSidly Ibile D(eptmeEiit
Is now replete with all the LATEST NOVELTIES at VERY
Neck-wear, Collars, Gloves, Scarfs,
Half Hose, Hats, Caps, &c.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Trunks z $McheIs, Yalises,; &ct.
CiV ENDORSED BY OVER THIRTY SEWtNQ Vt
A machine exhibitors at the CvVa f
ff n EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, KVT(
ENDORSED BY OVER
MACHINE EXHIBITORS AT THE
AND INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION,
Ai being" Very STRONG, SMOOTH, tnd
LAtLLL tNT TMKtAU,
obtained for new inrtvtton. or for improremtntt
cn old one, for irrdleat or other compound, trade
markt and lahelg. Caveatt, Anntnnmentti. Inter
ferencts, Appeal, fiuttsfor Infringements, ttnd
all cattt arttlna undir the Vutrnt I.ntrM.tirotnnt
tu attended ta - I nmitlonH that hftrr been
t'jthe raUnt Of
I vuH east. It
jmtenttd u. htui'j i npuaite the r. patent
J) f part ment, and engaged in Patent lusimst tx
clusttfly, ce can moA ctoftr tearcheg, and tecure
Patent more promptly, and with hroadcr claims.
ineiit innw inn it nm rtmoif reitnx iininaZfn
snui xi u moa
et or sketch 0
vour dtrtre, ice
i n aH ana and ndctite tin tn nnftntnKilHn
fn r vf chary. All correspondent strictly rnn
fldentlal. Prices tow, und -NO ( tl.tUtiU UX-
mjjss jitj;m' j sr.vt ni:i.
'e refer in, WathinnVui, to Ihn. Postmaster
Central I). M. Key, Itev, I D. poicer, The airman
American National Hank, ta facial in th P S.
Patent OJlce, and to tonatoruud Peprtsentutict
in Congrf a. d tspt'UiV'tttouriUtntiincXi.fy
tate in the Pn ill nnd tn Canada. Atf'rtS9
X VlblTlNU CHS,
l'Ob'lKKS, SM tl)..
Neatly iid Cbeaply ) tiulcd at lLo CdLtiu
finrnn auu. hciid lon-ntaln 1 crnt Maura lor
9Z)JJ aineMUer I'laltU 'llilu.Lle, rttall rrlce
uirnta, uid Itma ticw tu ruuko tuou a itnr, no
lllllUtlUK. ODlr ILMt hO UltgU LUblliltB Lllliup-
A. T. 11UCK A CO., Jiillon, I'a.
Jiaw May KMm
PUBLIC SALE HAND BILLS
Printed at this Ollice
ON SHORTEST NOTICE A I) AT THK
MOBT BEAEONABLE TEBMS.
rx i I IP
iiu i M s'y ij. 'i.. " i ,vr ..(..Vi, inannii ffiiniliiiirnosf's.- those who ileslro to luipro
Is now full of the latest styles of
ArJUFACTURED at ;
MOUNT HOLLY, N.J.
iWARTA BR0 (UAtiTD)AGM TS.
AWARDED I NEW YORK U BOSTOHj
ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE
TI1K MatrlilfMl tlratii.UTlni;. Tlme.aTlnir.
an4 Uoupjr-Sa.lng TfarL'.brr. rltlil. da. aud ais.ia.
Uod. Uotilallrlvalrrf.mai 1 ITnl, r.rr.ct Cl.aolnf,
STl'tM t'olu'rllirialKTaHSjifrUltir. Special
lliea of Beiaiatarl mada ca r.alj lul alaatu 1'uvtr.
OriE I'nrlTftlcil Mum Thriaher I'ni;lnM,
both liirtat-lf and Traction, alto Taluatla loiproia
nienti, far L'rund auj attar luaku ar alnd.
Till: K.MII1K Tl.n-.MiiK Kiiiinirs find aftru
IbrMloriva tlmi that ainnuiil) aaa be mad If tba
Ettra Urala SAVI.U by theaa loiproted Vlacblncf.
f II tlX ltnlarri ulll nut autnilt to lite enor
a nioua aa.uxaof Grain and tba fnfitlcr worb dona bf
all otber machine, a hen wnca loalcd an the difference.
NOT Onlr Vtly t.ufrlor for Wltnl, (Ittl,
Barl. y. Kj". an liha l.ri tna. but tba (latr auoceia.
ful Tbrt.h"r tn Ilia Tlmnthr kllllet, Clo.er, and llba
heed.. K'Hi Ir , bo 'attatboienta" ar "rtbulldlol" w
change rrum I. rain t eide,
IN Tliorouult leorkiiianalilp, rieirnnt KlnUlt,
Perfection it I'art. L mtl.tei...e of lu.ul.nieot, CM.,
our 'iaaaroa Threahir putnt. are Incomparable.
TOf'AllVn.OrS fur Mninllcllr or I'arll, ualnir
r. If lb i Jill ItaandOear.. Nab.'
Clean t rk, i a no Lilt rl . or ttcatterlnga.
VlOl'lt Kirn of S-i.trnlors Jlatlf, lfantclnir
... fru,0.,'lll f' Tr- He Hune alee, and laaattlea or Uauav.
dlUrael- . ,r. t mt b, 1
TIOU l'artirulara. Call on our llfalrra or
vrkla to ua for lUuiuaua Circular, abkb wi tuall free.
J, K. KIlUMM'ot UUO.,
Aecnta 'or Northumberland, Jtontourand Columbia
KIVTa A r T 'Ci I" a remarkable
I'ui 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 D metllclDe will cure apav.
In, rVpiint, curb. Callous, Ac., or luiy enlnriremenf,
AMI WIU, ItKIIOTtS TUB HUNCH Wfl'IIOUT
Ql A A7 1 Xr UlalSTKltiNti orcausiDir a
Ol rll I r bore. Ko remedy err dls-i-oierid
eiiuala it for cortaluty ol
of acilon In ktoyplntr the laineneaa and remorlnir
the bunrh. 1'rlce li.uo. Keud lor tlrcular Klvlnr
P TT I? I? l'mw "o'U L' drug cMb, or tent w
V 1 1 1 1 VI any address by ttie fnTHlor. II. J,
Kendall, M. Ii., Knoaburgh falli, Yt. Jlojcrllros.
Agenls Illoomtburtr, I'a.
it ay SB, ,.-ly a w
LEGAL BLANKS OF ALL KINDS
ON 11ANO AT THE COLUMBIAN OmtE
iNisa. rnait i," '
rcscred tt lieu desired.
llicir l line
F. P. lllt.LMYEi:, Secretary.
C. IK. SAVAGE,
rf itcnioTiMl to tlta I'ostonico bulidluir, nrsT do:r
nboio tho Kxliaiifftj Hotel.
All kinds of Wntclips, clocks nnd .icwelry lieat
ly rrpalreil nnd warranted.
may it, 'Ts-if
flour dutlea, avoid sUmouau aaa tale m
m WQV WtkS !
It jou tre a ram of letter . tollififr orcr ronr mMnl&lit
work, to rcHtore brain nerve nd wts. dm
If yoaarayoong nd sufTciiiiK from any IndlncrrtJoo
ordlHalpatlen, If yoa arn married or elnRle.old or
ted of BlcfcoeBa. rely on
Wlioeveryoaftre.whcreTer yonare,whcneTcr yoa feel
Uiat your system nerds clean uln it, toning or
kUaiuiauDB, witaout .mozicuwtff, laito
Ilave yoa dyspepsia, kidney or urinary complaint, til
x oa win oo cur co 11 yoa uso
If yoa aro simply wruk nnd low rplrlt pd. try It I Hay 1L
Insist aponlt. oarilruKplBtkrepslU
It mny hiivc your llfr. It linwwaTctl hundretU
HcpCrmch Carht1.a(irctet,Mfrf Ifttiil Afch4rn.
TV Hep I'tvJ orSUjtJinrh.IJTPTtunl KhlDe)-i,tnprigrtailloiIana.
Illi ibprfurL Ak droiTKliti.
P. I. C 1l 0 kbwlrjt ktHaltTMlfUbla cnr fur dnrckrrfirt, tn of
I Otllim, IllhaKXOOr TIairmllrf. aaaaaaaHHI
All abova tflA by intlK I p liillrra Mrp. Cn., 1W beater, H, 1.
May if, 79-ir.
fTTTTC P t1)i;n m.ivlrnMinilonnipntdpa
1 I I I O J S IM V Unwi II SCo'k Ni wntM-t r
AderlNlnn Ilunau iu birmi' Sirot hcr mhi-r
tlalnntunlractajnay U'liiatlc'ltirlt l.N X1V V(HtK.
fCt). 14, T7-lf r
The most extensive Manufacturers of Billiard
Tables in existence.
The J. M. Brnnsvick & Balke Co.
CHICAGO, CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS
- 724 Broadway, New-York.
Newest and most elegant frtylei tf
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Elegant Parlor, Dining, Library and Bil
liard Tables combined, size 3x6; slate
beds, perfect cushions, complete with balls
and cues, $50.
Addreaa whichever hutt.c is nearest your city.
The 3. II. Brunswick & BNlk e Co
THE ONLY MEDICINE
T.'iat Acts at tho Samo Tlmo on
and tho KIDNEYS.
"L ' 'iKaun iiri-uia r.aiiirai ripnnsa
drcivdf ul dUcascaro suro to follow Itfi '
IlUIInuMH'kS, lltailitrhe, lljsiioiaIa, Jaun.
dirt', Cotntlpatlon and l'lliai orlild.
iey Complaints (iratrl, lllahetin.
MU 1 men 1 1 n 1 1 r I pi e, Ml IV y or
llopy Vrlno 1 or llliruniatle
nrT uv.L-.ui.'( t.fruu.i. uiU I'lllO.I ja nOISnnfCl
wlih tho humora that flioum hao been
w!, rcftorothri nil irnl anion and oIlthrM
ile.lrojliu rtlla am bo taal-lii d-iuk-lcct
t ifiiianil ton vl'l ltahi.r.i.tanii -
'lliouKaii'lal'ati'h, .'nrurt.i. 'iryltaii.lfon
"....uu.'.. .-...-.-..-.eiMin it. lakeitttna
In will on 11 in. ;i fli ti j-uur In art. I
IVhy lieu r -ui h (Illriat from Court I put Ion I
A. by liu (m riHrful U-cuum bf dlMrdvrJ
Ki 'Vi-y.OTiT Wilt mrej-ou. Try n lark.
0U lit C CO B.lii 1)0 fcitl. i if! f i4lk.
It a i dry teyttab,! . tpound and
Onc.irl.n'.'e nmlirH.K11tnrfHof Jlnllrliie,
......im Bu ".mil, 1 vir.g jirt jiaru
III liurn iinl.-ip.
'our DmggUt wilt get it fur yoa. Insist
' 1 -?.'.iy -Si
.March I, ism-ly
1Q J irTOiriHf.'AB -j
Paper Han gin
WM, F. J JO DINE.
lltOM ST., IIULOW bEfONI), lILOO.MhllL'Itd, I'A.
is preparea to ao all klnaa of
Main ana Ornatnenlal,
liOTII 1IECOIIAT1VE AND PLAIN.
.ill UIihIn ol I iirniliii ti Itt imli cil.
Ulll III It 11 9 UN gOOIIUN lU'lV,
NONE HUT FllthT-CLAKS WOI1KS1EN r JIPLOYE11
Estimates IVTade on all Work.
WM. F. IiOMNE.
Jl)n. Hwrotiu'H Titvi:n Inviooiiatoii J
Sis a Hlnuilanl J-'ntnlly lloiusilr for . S
. nl llml. ii I n,n..i, Sfa
S nml Jlowclf. It in 1'iircly a" j
J VrRetalilc It ncvor
irtJins been nseilS
. in my irncticoS
ad by tho public. 5
mora than 05 venrs. S
! J -with unprecedented results. '
' SEND FOR CIRCULAR.!
Aplll 1, iU.)
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
jOitTHKliN CENTJtAL KAII,VAY
WlNTKlt TIMK TAHLK.
On anil after Punday. Noiember 1(1. lRfs.tbn lrulnq
on the Philadelphia Eric lt.i Iroid Division will run
as follows i
Erie Mall lravcs Philadelrliln 11 rs p m
" ' llarrisburit 4 25 ant
" " Wlillitm' port hr.5um
" H .Tersey bort. 11 07 a in
" " Lock llaicn sno a 111
' " licuoo 110 am
" nrrtvo at Erlo 7 us 11 m
Niagara Express leaies Philadelphia 7 so u m
' " llarrlstitiii; 10 mi a in
" arr. at v llllam'port a no p in
" lflCk llaeu 11 as p in
Fast Line leaves I'lilUdclMiU 11 45 a in
llairlsburi; 3 as pin
" nrrlioat YUlllainsport 7v5piu
" " Locklla.en 8 40 pin
I'acino Express leaves Lock UnU'n c 411 a 111
" " .lerny si.oro 7 11 it in
" " V llllainsport 7 Bi 11 in
" arrive at llanlsiiun; II. Want
" " rhllatlelphla .nopm
Day Express leaves Iwkllntcn II 2111111
" " lllliimsport 12 411 p in
" arrive at llnrrKtitiit; 4 10 pin
" riilhulelphla 7 sop m
Ei Ic Mall leaves lienovo suipiti
lxick lluven' 1145 pin
" " MlllliTisi-ort l1 ik". p in
anlves at llarilsbiiru a4'ahi
" " 1'lilhidelphl.i 7 10 a in
l'ast I.lno leaves I llninport 1 as a hi
' arrhesat HiirrNiiurir aw am
" " I'hllndelpal.i 7 40 a m
Parlor cars will run between l'hlla .elphla and
lllaiifpoi t on Niagara hxpiess wefat, Erie lness
west riill.td Iphla Express e.tut. Day Kvp ress east
and Sunday Expiess east, sleeping cars on all ulsht
WM. A. BALDWIN,
"ronf niiitN ckxtiiaT" kai i.way
On and afu r November 20lh, 1S73, trains will lenio
suubury as follows :
Erlo Mall 5.20 a. m.,anlve Elinlra 11 ,r.
" (Janandalirua. . iunp. ra
Kocheater 6.ta "
Magara 11 40 "
Itenovo accommodat Ion ll.lo a. tn. arrive S lllhim!-
EliulraMall4.15a.m., arrlvo Elmlra 10.20 a.m.
Uurialo Express 7.15 a. in. arrlvo liurralo s,50 n. ra
DuUalo Express 2.10 a. in. arrlio Hal rlnhurg I.MI a.
Elmlra Mall 11.15 a.m., nnlvu Ilanbburg i.w
" Washington 10 30 "
' li.illlmoroti.riO "
" Wa&hlngl'jn i...iy "
llarrbbui'i; accommodation e.40p. in. aime Harris
burs 10.60 p.m.
arrlio lialtlmoru 2.2-1 a. Li
Washington tl.13 11
Krlo Mall 12.65 a. m. arrive IIarrhburi;3.('5a. mi
" lialtlinoros.40 "
" Washington 10.S5 "
All dally except Sunday.
D. M. 110YD, Jr., (leneral l'asseniter Agent
A. .7. OASH.YTT, (leneral Mnnaftr
piIILADEIil'IIA A XI) HEADING HOAD
ARRAXGUXIKNT OF PASS EXG Kit
May 11, IST'J.
TIUINS LEAVH KfPKKT AS I 01.1 OWS(Rt'r.nA VKXCKITID
For New York, Philadelphia, Heading, l'otlsvllle
Taman.ua, 4o., 11,45 a. m
For Catau Usa, 11,45 a. m. 7,21 and 7,35 p. m.
For Wllllaitisport,c,2S 9,05 a. ra. and 4,00 p. m.
TKAl.V'SrOK ItCrEBI LCATK AS F01XOH 8, (st KDAT S
Leave New York, 8,45 a. ra.
Leavo Philadelphia, 9,45 a. in.
Leave Heading, 11,65 a. m., 1'ottsvllle, 12,3'J p. ru
andTamarpia, 1,35 p. in.
Leave L'atawissa, 0,20 8,00 a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
Leavo Wllllamspoi t ,9,45 a.m,2,15 p. ra. and 4,50 p. m
Passengers to ni.d from New Yorkand Philadel
phia go througa lUiout chango of cars.
J. 15. WOOTTEN,
C. o. HANCOCK, ueneral Manager.
Ueneral Ticket Agent,
Jan. n, lain-tf.
E LA WARE, LACKAWANNA
Tlme-Tablo No. ba, Takes effect at 4:30 A. M
MONDAY. JUNE 10, 1878.
p.m. p.m. a.m.
.. West llttstou...
. ..rlj mouth
a.m. p.m. p.
X to l
3 15 7
3 15 7
8 23 3 20 S 65
10 29 3 15
111 34 3 20
10 42 3 M
10 65 8 60
luck's Kerry... 11 07 4 tu 6
.... Limn ltlde..
7 W 2 r4
7 44 Espy ,
7 SS .Itlnnmslitlri. .
..1 4 33
.,11 89 4 44
0 to 1 67
1 61 7 83 Itunelt
..111 45 4 49
,.ll 6 111
1 40 7 29,catawlssa Hrldge. 11 67 501
1 21 7 Ul Danville 12 18 5 H
chulasky. .... 9 is
. . . .Cameron I u so
.Northumberland, 1 12 45 6 45
p.m. p.m. a.m.
p.m. p.m. a.tn
W. F. HAUiTKAi), .supt.
S'lojrlntendent's oaice. mrantou, June to.
yAINWRIGHT A CO.,
TEAS, SYItUPS, COFFEE, feUOAH, MOLASSES,
HICK, Sl'It'tH, BICABB SODA, tC, &.C.
N. L'. Corner Second and Arch streets,
tar-orders will rectlvo prompt attention.
THIS PAPER IS KEPT ON TIXE
AT Tim nrprnr. nv
'rrnirq mill a ran nlll !l
.... ur. Chialiiitl 11111I ICIultlli Ste.
who n . ,vu A ' menu fur Hi 1
ESTIMATES rmc fir .eii.iif r liliirlMmr
ktml 43c, for , IZlt b bO.Vf. JI.t.MAI-
"2fA m dfli
jTonio.' I I WVPll. i
siTk II f Irk. 5
mil a.T iV aaan KaW. ,