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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUHG, COLUMBIA COINTY, PA.
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a 1NTKHIIII1.1T.U H:Ml'F.llANIJK I.WTIIlm.
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many In my life otno will, more and nome
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and it ao camo about thatlor live night, run-
Z J,T fV:X? wvho, ",,n
L I' I ' V SalUr 1,a, l J'r0T!'10
the musirs at some sort of a great celebration
in uie city ot H. Now, In order to reach
thero in lime, we had to leavo M. at three
o clock In the mornli by staee-coach. and
expect to get into II. In good tlmo in the
forenoon, so as to havo a chance to take a
little nap. But half, way thero the staee
coach broke down, and we were detained, so
that It was one o'clock before we reached
the tavern in II., and the celebration was to
begin at two. I don't remember what sort
ofacelebratinn it was, but there wm to be
music, anu speecnes iy '.r. U. or Yale Col-
lege, and other gentlemen, whose names I
uu lurgoucn. now, nol one Ol US lour
had had more than forty wlnksof sleep since
mursuay niem, anu wo were so used up ly
Ullgue and sleepiness, that we could hardly
keep awake. I had taken cold. too. on the I
journey, nnd felt sick and feverish. So
Spencer, who wa first 6ddler, went to the
uar aim uiuEraj a glass 01 wnisitey-anu-wa-
ter for me. It was the first time I had ever
InucW any thing uf the sort, and I didn't
........ ii, my lasie, out sat at a
little table inside tho bar, sipping it and
aipping ii, auu trying 10 get through wltn it
wnen an at once into the room strode the
grrat Dr. I)., of Yale College, the orator of
the day, and one of the biggest men in New
Eaglond. He was tall and stout, and dress-
ei in tno laMiion of the time, with n ru filed
shirt bosom, knee-breeches, silk stockings!
and silver buckel, and his long gray hair
was tied with a black ribbon. He held his
bead very high, and bad a frigid eye and a
stern mouth and n triple double chin. Hcl
had been dining in one of the parlors, and
now camo out to settle his account, pompous
' 'Landlord, said he, in a deep, stentorian
voico which could bo beard half a mile, 'my
bill, if you iileae.'
' 'lu one minute, your honor in one min
ute,' raid tho landlord, wh'so voice was a
little shrill pipe. 'I was going to bring it
,And while Dr. 1). waited, his sharp eyes
traveling around as If longing to find some
thing to find fault with, fell on me.
' 'Young man,' said he, in bis deep bass
voice, 'what Is that you are drinking ?'
"I'lease, your honor,' said I, trembling
from head to loot 'please your honor, it Is
only a little wbiskey-and-water to '
"Young man,' he said, eyeing me with
bis fierce round eyes and shaking his double
chin 'young man, do you Jknow where the
feet of the drunkard lead ? Are you aware
that ouco upon the downward path they
travel straight to hell? Have you never
learned that the inebriate has neither part
nor lot with the righteous, but is chained
last in everlasting torment I Tut by that
glass put by that glass, X say; and when
you are lnred into temptation again, say that
Dr. D. Dr. ., of Yale College I showed
you the evil of your ways.'
'He stopped for a moment, glared hard at
me, and nodded his bead and double chin
impressively, and was just raising his fore-
finger t commence again, when the landlord
in his little shrill voice, began : 'Here It Is,
ir. u nera it M : nan a gin or rum anu a
miicKiuviui urauuy ueiure uiuuer
"Never mind the items, never mind the
items,' saiil Dr. P., in a terrible voice.
' 'I just want to see if they are all correct,'
said the landlord. 'Haifa gill of rum and
wineglass of brandy before dinner 1
"I tell you I do not want the items,'
thundered the doctor ; 'give me the whole.'
"I'm coming to that,' said the landlord,
his voice growing shriller and shriller. 'Now
how far had I got f Half a gill of rum aud
a wineglass of brandy before dinner '
"Forty-five cents,' said tho landlord.
'One pint of sherry and a half a pint of port
"Landlord,' broke in the doctor, his face
as read as a beet and his eyes growing small'
er and as be swelled up like an angry tur
"That's right, sir,' said the landlord
'Haifa gill of rum and a wlneglasaml of
brandy before dinner ; one pint of sherry
and a half a pint of port and a nlneglassful
of brandy at dluuer; tbeu dinner. I thiuk,
your honor, it'll be about three dollars and
'Dr. D., drew out his 'purse, threw down
some stiver, and strode out of tba tavern,
Now,' concluded Mr. Sam Robinson, the I til persons indebted are requested to make Inune
. ..... ,,. . , , ... I aula payment and tuose having claims or demands
ancient fiddler, 'that interrupted temperance I a?ainuiba estate win mane tucm known to me Ad-
lecture spoiled all those I ever heard after-
ward.' LwoentolCt Maaarinc.
A KElilAliLG ALMANAC.
An English paper tells ' pleasant anec
dote ot Partridge, the celebrated almanac
maker about one hundred years since. In
traveling on horseback Into the country, be
atopped for his dinner at an inn, and after
ward called for bis horse, that he might
reach tho next-town wbera he intended to
'If you take my advice, sir,' said the hos
tler, as be was about to mount his horse,
'you will stay where you are for the night, as
you will be overtaken by a pelting rata
'Nonsense, nonsense,' said the almanac
maker ; 'there is a sixpence for you, my
Jiouest fellow, and good-afternoon to you,'
He proceeded on bis journey, and, sure
enough, was well drenched In a heavy show
er. Partridge was struck by the man's pre'
diction, and being always intent on tba in
terett of bis almanac, rode back on the .in
stant and was received by tba hostler with a
'Well sir, you see I was right, after all.'.
'es, my lad, you have been so, and here
fs a crown for you ; but I give It to you on
aondjtion (hat you tell me how you knew of
'To be sure, sir,' replied the man ; 'why,
the truth is, we have an almanac at our house
palled 'Partridge's Almanac,' and the fellow
Is such a uotorlous liar, that whan ie prom
ises us a fine day we always know that! It
will be the direct contrary, Now, your boo.
or, this day, the twenty-first of June, Is put
down in our almanac in the door as 'settled
ne weather ; no rain.' I looked at that be
fore I brought your honor's horse out, aud so
was enabled to put you ou your guard.'
As this is an era of economy in all depart
incuts of the Government, why wouldn't it
be a good thing to make the Indian Com
missioners take their pay In Indisnaf And,
m the otlior liaod, wby wouldn't it be a
splendid tcbeme also to make the Indians
take their annuities In Commissioner.? Let'
try It. And say, let's begin with the Com
aIssloners ; feed 'em out, you know. Sw
A Brett bustnau U being done (Ills jcar
In the Imporatton of Iron ore from Africa for
use In American manufactories, The great
reapn for preferring African Iron ore to na
tlvo ore Is, of courfe.lU clieaimew.but it has
further advantage of being remarbably
Imported to aome extent rnr two or turee
' , , , . .. nn.
t '",h,r Fi!;r,iu1v,mt, hu vrt
thniKnnil Innn w III hn niilnnpil In New 1 lirk
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this year and ualf as mucU to l'lilladelplila,
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latter iot me at mo iron worm in iietn-
ndJohnlown andb, the Penn.yl.
vanla Steel Company. Another notable
" 1" " .-.portion of
nMm ,. nf lllcll rrtv.fltc lAauMnA
tn..r. known to be under contract for the
United Slabs. Therahave be-i no import-
tinai of this aortbf fore since 1862, and that
tbey are starting up again now furnishes
another illustration of the Improvement In
business. Philadelphia Timet.
l'lO SKIN CAPS.
A merchant in Bangor, Me., many years
ago, opened a store in one ol Iho thriving
towns In the northern part ol that State,
whrtn lin fimnil sal for n itrpAt tnnnv (rood
which had becomo 'out of fashion.' Among
other articles sent to bis country store were a
btof pig-skin cap, which, however, proved
Inn mud, f.ir ihn iron ,i nl hU n patnim. and
t)1(.y lay i 8toclr. lor a long time. One day
the merchant visited tho towu where hi
,t0re was located, and noticing tho plg-skln
mm. Innutrnl It an hail limn tiil. 'Not
0e resnonded the salesman : 'no one will
purchase them.' Very well,' said the owner;
'have them all taken to the back part ot tlic
.inr. lim.hwl un rlMti. and nut 'In the win-
dow next Monday morning. On the ensa-
ing Sunday the merchant made bis appear-
Lnco at the vlllaeo church, dressed in best
broadcloth, with a heavy gold watch chain
dangling from bis vest and a plg-skln cap
jauntily set on the side of his head. On
Mondav the sale uf the plc-skin caps com-
nienced, and coutinacd until tho whole lot
Was disposed of.
Perquisites or Washington Pages
Ono of the pages of tbo United Slates sen-
atc.jn a letter to tho St. Paul Jhoneer-Preu,
says : .We used to get f 90 a month, but now
it is only $75. Tho boy that gets tho prosi-
dent's room is rewarded with $1,400 a year.
Tho nernuisitcs fur the paces are considera-
ble. A good ono has no trouble in making
$100 a month. A complete book of tho au
tographs of congressmen and tho heads of de
partments brings $50. A page made three
hundred dollars out of what was known as
the 'dead lock picture' a humorous sketch.
Wliilo tho electoral commission was in ses
sion the boys had a good opportunity to make
something. They speculated on tho extra
tickets the congressmen shelled out. I sold
one to Lizzie Snow for $30 J Washington
peoplo know who she is. J. know a boy wno
made (SO off tho bier of Charles Summer.
Ho sold the flowers for $20 ; VVormley paid
him $10 for one bouquet. When tho casket
was removed ho watched his opportunity and
cut the fringe from tho bier. Ho sold it to
the colored peoplo for $C0, dealing it out in
Set back 42 Years.
if i.,UJ rn, m.mr r with Kid.
ney Complaint, Gravel, &c. ; my blood be-
calnethin ; Iwasdulland inactive; cohld
hardly crawl about ; was an old worn but
man all ever ; could get nothing to help
me untii x got Hppt Bttenj and D0 i am
a boy agalu. My blood and kidneys are ;all
.!,. , t , ....ii.,.., mn nf i?0.
although I am 72, and I have no doubti 1'
wU, Jo well for otllers of my age, It ia
worth a trial.(Father.)
ISTATX OP JOUM PATTIUAO W, DtCMSXD.
Lottsraor AdmlnlstraMonoa the estate ot John
Pnrrrin. lat nf IUnvpr tiwnflhfn. Colnmtjta CQUU-
said county to Uie undersigned administratrix. All
persona navm? claims B?Ainit inn Lsuue ig
uuested to present them for settlement and those
Indebted to make payment without delay.
MARY JAI.E PATTERSON,
C. W. Miixxb, Atfy. Beaver Twp,
nag. m, aw.
ISTATX Of J1COS LXUir, DECIltZD.
Letters Testamentary on Uie estate of Jacob
I. by lata ot Montour township, Columbia county,
tteKisier oi nam coumy ui tiuuu ixiuy. juuib uuua.
la townshln.Unlon county, Pa. Postonlce LewtsDurir,
Mauser. Montour townshi;
lumbla county. Peiuisylvanla.
estate or toe decedent are requested to present
mem tor uciuement, ana mvao mucuicu ui uia es
tate to make Dayment to the undersumed Execu
tors wuuouc oeiay.
JOHN LEI 11 Y, Lewlsburg. Pa.
w. r, MAUssii, jtuperi, ru.
au2. S3, tw.
HT.liurB. J., will., v.u.i.
Letters of administration on the estate of 8.
Tvin. lata or Mimin townshlo. Columbia Co.. de
ceased, nave been irraniea oy tue ucffisier oi saia
county to the undersigned Administrator, to whoin
HUT U. .UWL SI.U.n.I IIKUWi
fsttjrn nf Ailinlntsitratlon on the estate of AbriOlem
Ucllenry, late of Javkaou twp., Columbia county,
deceased, have been Granted by the Register of said
county to 8. W. Mcllenry of Jackson. All persons
I4vi), ciaiult! ugtuus.. Mic niaw tuo iciur.iw w
C resent tliein fur settlement and those Indebted
) make payuict )thout delay. .,
" J.lenuio. Pa.
aug. 4, ew.
zsT or asaAuiu vooaa, deciiscd.
Letters ot administration on the estate ot Abra
ham Yoder, lata of Locust township. Columbia
Amib. ir t.. w p,na luntila ofut Yiavih hnn rrra i Vfift
byUw lteglsterof said county lo the undersigned
admutwator. All persons having claims against
the ftsintj, tj thf dfinaaftd are ronuesbFd to rreaent
them for setuemenf. and those Indebted to the es
tate to make payment w (he undersigned admlnla-
Locust lowbshlp, ro.
aug. 19. w.
mm or sili r. nam. sioiiiss.
LetUrs Testamentary on the sstaui of Silas
F. Karss, late of Uenton township. Columbia orunty,
Psnnavlvanla. deoeaaad. hava bean irrantad b v the
Register or sld county to the uuderslgued Bieo
utur All persons baring claims against the
GC&t0f tho decedent ate requested to present
thorn for settlement and those Indebted to the es
tate to ranks payment to the undersigned Kxecutor
I. K. KR1CKBAUM.
aug. 19, ew. UUmbru, fa.
sstits or mar atutir, dcciibid.
Letters of Admlnistrallon on the estate of Mary
Ileu.ley. lata of flshlngcrcek township, Columbia
county, McMispd. hate been granted by the Ileglstar
ot said county U) he underslgntd administrator.
All persons hating claims against the estate are re
quested 10 preaeul them for setment aud those
luucuivu lu uiaau jwiucuv niiuuu. urt4.
STKl'IIKN II. HILU
Littlss. Attorneys. aug. 15, ew.
saws or stoai,. p. SCOTT, ciciibsu.
Letters of administration on the estate of George
u bcott, late or i-atawiasa, oeceasea. nate neen
irraDb?d br the Itertater of bald county to the un
derslgued AdmtnlsLrator, to whom all persons in
debted are requested to make immediate payment
and those having claims or deinauds against the es
tate will make them known to the Administrator
INSTANTLY rrlieTf nnd trmwf ntlf rnrr thli
luttiiumi1iieftNnln ml 1H ir)lnr ujrt-ii. Upo
iim tMi too Ui In tM tuiftllmf jiroucrik-i of iUiiti,
hvi-.i Ami tmrkl lit ltteir fMenttnl tonrt, free from ever?
fib rout coulMuilnnUot). n I lu thlt rvipct alfl rt from
eTtry otlif r known rtntHlf . 10 ne nort yef It hn
foua I in witr from tb AUnnito In tlifi l'Acirie roMt,
nd vlicravrr knorn ho bcroniO th undM remedr
for tli treatment if JtrUt. lin proprietor liftiu
bffn wltc"t rponttr (rtnttfmpn ? nntlonr,! rrputitlon
wh'ihft htcn tan-ilby thli rc.nt.lr, ! ho hTf.
t conl Icrnlil eipenM prfnf tronhlf, t pre ft J
tba wvo th'wa ttirouKhout ttm clrclft In which thrv
moTo, When yon hear a wealthy jrenttemtn of lntr.il
pencfl tml rflnment dir. 1 owe mj M to dtnforrt'r
jtmllcfil Cora," yon nifty Terl RMiired thrttttlinn rtlel
of ret Tulue, and worthy to be cluied tuiong tu
Uudtrd medical Ppeclnci of the dy.
MMin beneflt I ilerlT from 1U dally un I to me in
11KNUV WKLLS, or Willi, Taboo A Co.
IT Jim rnred me urter twelve ycr of uninterrupted
UEO. W, HOUGHTON, WaLTUAK, Mm,
IroLLOWED the directions to the letter and embtp
py to tar 1 hare had ft pr nnannit eur.
D. W. OltAV, M. !., ML-tCAT.Hl, Iowi.
1IIAVE repommendnl It lo qnlte p amber of rny
friend, all of whom liave ex preyed to me their
htfftt ciUroata nf lit Tfttne and (rood effect l with them.
WM. 1IOWKS, VS11HU tiT BTs Louie.
AFTERoalnff two bottles I And tnyielf permaneolty"
cured. I hato since rcfonmiended over one
hundred bottlei with the jrrettMt mrcei.
WM. W. AHMSTUONO,
159 II ABBIBOM ATI.. BOITOV.
WU htTe aold 8Anrntt'a IUdioal Ctrta for nearly
one year and can ar candidly that wb never
old ft alinflar preparation lb at (rate inch nnlTrreal
aatlsfactlon. wo have yet to learn of tho flrit com
pUlnU S. D. BALD WIN & CO., WiimxaToX, ID.
rpiIKrurerff-rted In mrrmt by SkxroBr'tRADtoiL
L Curb aio riinark&bb that It aeenied lt tlioto
who had anttered wllhont relief from any of the moat
rrmedlcr, that It could not be trur. I therefore made
amdarlt to It before Belli J. Ihomaa, Esq., Jaitlce of
the l'eacfi, Tlniton. . .
UKUKUK l DINSMOliK, DbvuoiiT, HoiTOtf.
Each pafkaee of BAKfT'in'a IUMCAL Cvbb fontalni
Dr. Hanford'a improvtd lnhullnrf Tube, and full dlrvc
tloua for II uto lu all raaia. IT ice. f 1 CO. For tale by
all n holrsale and retail lrnlMa and ilenlera throujrh
out the United Ftate and ranftdna. WFKKS A I'or
1CK. Oencral Amenta and Wholcaal Uruftciiti, Hoa-ton.Maii.
An Eletctro-Ottlvantr Bnttrj roinbtnetl with
d highly Mcitlcitti'tl bti-cnc1huhie rittsU-r,
fjii u(f tho ItKt Fliiatrr f.ir jiultii aud aches
In no World uf BlinUclnt.
Cenllfmen, I sent for Ona of COLLINS' VOLTAIC
PLAsrKKS, anil It It m been of ifruat benefit In reUoc
liiirniwclMnirU my left lJe that two pnyalciana pro
l.utincfd Knlarrcn.ett of tbo bplevn, ana one pro
l.ounctd It an Uvarlau Tunior.
CrxTBUMU, iNDi March JO, 1ST7.
THEY ARE THE BEST.
Gtnitemtn, Encloicil you n 111 find JJ!3, and I wlah
you would aend me auotuer duteu of your COLLINS
OLTAlC PLAfaThllt. Hy the abuvu you will aeu that
can do aomethlnsr to help o titer In mme way even If
I am not able to b op and around. There are a num
ber who have tried jour jiloiter T,, lid RWn out
that all plasters wcrttgootl lrnntblnir.and now Join
with me tnet they are the best they linvn evrr tiled. I
bare trot alontr thlt winter betti r llmii I barn before In
three yeara. Wltbed 1 could havu ln-ord uf your nlaa
tor before. Your. Ac.
LP.KTTA M. CHOSS.
IIAIXSTO Bp. K. Y.t March 27, 1577.
Irloo, Q5 Ooiitji,
Be careful to call for COLLINS' VOLTAIC PLABTEH
leit you tret tooie wortlilcsa Imitation. Bold by all
Wholesale and lie tall Drniritt'ta throughout the United
Statea and Canadas.nnd by Wa,K.S A I'UTTEU. Pro
prietors, ftoston, Mass.
The Only Known Remedy
THAT ACTS AT TOE SAVE THE 03
and the KIDNEYS.
Thi combined action fitet it wonderful
power to cure all diteata.
Why are we Sick ?
Jkeaute tee allow that great organs to be
come clogged or torpid, andpoitonout humeri
are therefore forced into the Hood that thould
be expelled naturauy.
liailOl'NM'eS, PILES, CONSTIPATI0H,
KIDXET COarHINTK, IIIIM1III DIS
EASES, VKMAIK WEAKNESSES,
AND NEUTOl's DIS0SOEUK,
vy canting free action of then or gam anal
'restoring thttr ttrength and power to throui
Vihj Saffsr Billion, pain, aad arli.f
ll'lij be toraieattd with Piles and Coaillpatlon tl
Vlbf rrlshteaea ov.rdlioratrea Kldnrr. I
Why eoa.r. n.rros. nrad.rlit. aad .letpleu
Cu KIDNF.V-WOItT ami rijolci l,i nealtx.
It It a dry. rrffttubU comttomil ant
kao paebac. will male, ala aaarU of Medial..,
CI If v your JiruggM. fit ulll order ttor uou,
teXitS, UCSAIBSOU ( CO., Prsplrtcn, luiUif.ca, TL
PORT GRAPE WINE
Used la tbo principal Ctiiircbes lor Commusltn
ESCELLEUT FO X LADIES AND WEAKLY
. PERSONS AND THE AQED.
Speer's Fort Qrape Wine
FOUR YEARS OLD.
ibis Celebrated Natlre Wine Is made from tie
juice ox toe oporto urape, raised mints county
Tonio and Strengthening Prpporfiea
sre unsurpassed by aor other Nttlre wise. Pelna
fas pure juice or tn Orap, produced 'under Mr.
bDefirs own Deracnal .UDt-rrlilon. lu curltr and
genolneoMs aa guafouea. Ttie xouniest cbud
Ht ftfj" 0UtfgeBr9iu Dualities,
est Irtrslld use It tq aafaofiS5. H
benerlolil xolhb aaed oq dibliltalia.'
lu, naa 1410 w.bk
l i parUcularly
Uie ranous allmt
1 mat an Bciuie eiaer all a.
In every respect A
P. J. Sherry.
Tbo p. J. HHEHItY la a wine or Superior cturacter,
and partakes o the vo)den qualities or tbe irrape,
from wblct) It It made, tor Purttr, Klcbnesa, Plavor
and Medlolaal Properties, (t will he tawit ttnezceUed.
P. J Brandy.
Tbls UHANDY stands unrivaled in this Country,
being tar superior tor medicinal purposes.
IT IS A PUKE distillation from the grape and con
tains taivabl medicinal properties.
Itbas a delloat Ilaror, similar to tbat or tbe
grapes from wnicn It is dUUlled. and Is In great favor
among tlrst'Class famines. ' " '
See tbat tbe signature of ALFHED BPXKlt, Pauaki
tt. J., Is over tbe cork ot eacb bottle,
SOLD BY O. A. KLEIM.
J'ine T, 18TS-U
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BLOOM SB URG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NOllMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rev. D. J. WALLER, Jr., A. M., Principal.
courses or stuay prt'Buriuvu wiu Diuwj
I. Model School. II. Preiiaralory. III.
. .. t . 1 t tt n
Adjunct courses 1 1. Aoaoem.o. xuw
cornSjoondlntrDcBrocs i Master of tlie Klcmcntsj Master of tho Sciences
tk.iroti.inmintji:. tirniri bv tho omccrsot tno noara
aud their talents, as student. To ail Bucn 11 promises
cataiogue.aaaresiino irmuiimi. .
fiept. 8. '70.-
But come at once and look
IP WE CANNOT SUIT IN
SELL YOU THE CLOTH,
TAKE YOUR MEASURE,
AND MAKE YOU A SUIT IN
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
SOLD BY THE YARD
Now selling at the
RELIABLE STORE OF
THIBTV SEWING IJIJBMjP
i SI MACHINE EXHIBITORS AT THE JCSVr
T -Q EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, COi
tD Paris, 1878
AND INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, jSWllr
PHILADELPHIA, 1876, VLOJsV X rP '
AiU!(ig"Verv5TRONG,SMOOTH,and lih JI.X ''
1 ENCOURAGE . jGsjSwFuA
1 .,:BY,SIN( aMBCg
1 JTf"'! 1 iY
jHHU Ml 1 1 1 ' ' ' I M I II M 1 1 Hi Ol fi I M II 1 1 1 1 1
tltatntd for nets invention, or for improvement!
on old anti.&rpHittcti, of athtr rotpptniR f . twM
mark and labelt. Caveat, Attiqnmtnti, inter'
fereneti. Anneal t. Sulti for InfrinnemmtM. rtM
alt COW anting Mdr tt f'nfent i.aHiprmjfr
fV attended to Tnvntionit fruit tamlWri
lU the ratent Of-
Vifiy 9tlll, in
I mutt date, hs
pattntrd'ly vt, Utug vvpoelii th V, fl. i'oteni
Department, and engaged in Patent LuMlnttg
clutively, tee run mulct, closer ttarehtt, and atevrt
ratent tnor promptly, and with truadtr claim,
than tho ieho are remnte from Wathtugton.
1 ee nil v a mKi
el or Mittch 0
vour device: to
make examination and adviee a to jiuteidabltlty,
free of charge. All correspondence strictly eon
IP refer in, WaiMntjtan, Iq HJh. poitmaetK
General D. M, Key, Sex, F. J. Pouter. The German
American National Hank, tatetaft in th V. H,
Pdttnt Office, and to Senator and Eeprteentuttvct
in Conyrr: and especially tn vur clients in every
Opposite Puitnt OJJLce, Ituthtnaton,
ungton, J), a
THIS PAPER IS KEPT ON ttLS
AT THE OFFICE OF
kltlUt mild Klirhth (.
JYJio reoeln AdvertlMmnla;3i tUI Taper,
CCtlM ATCC . -. 1W?'
Kind Me. for AYIUl . UQmt MAMUAJb
and a Cow Milker free
to Farmers wbo, act as
Agents. Cut tills out and
address Willi scauip
SMITH & BON,
i Dey 8U, N. Y.
July tt, tm.
Namp this paper.
Iiy aesding at ccsu, with age,
hlKbt, color of eyes and bar, )ou
v, HI receive by return mail a cor,
rect picture of 1 our future bus-
oana or w ire. wim name ana aaui
Addreas, w VOX Vox JI rultonvllle, N. Y.
aug, tn, tm.
OF EVERY DESRIPTI0N
At thx Ooitjmbuk Omoi
If II f I
Elementary. IV, Classical.
1.1 tti rnn.lntf.,!n. tV. fionine n Art.
ot 1 iiiiw. . . .
aiuiauuvi;iuuK wh... nuo,
througli the largest stock of
Hats, Caps, fcc,
I'or Men and Boys,
Pretty suits for little boys,
Cheap suitB for Men,
Trunks, Satchels, Bags, tfce.
Gum Clothing, e,
MOUNT HOLLY. N.J.
TAVM0ED I NEW YORK fc.B0S.TONi
KBND ALL'S ffiuW
lo, HpUat curb. Calloua. ex., or any enlargement
ANU WILL HEMOVK THE UUCIl WII'HOUT
UU A T 1 r u Ij 1 o T u tl I n or causing c
Ol V. V 111 sore. No remedy ever rJIS'
covered equals It for certainty or
01 acuonin awypinfr ino lameneas and rcmovinir
the bunco. I'rlee II. 00. Send lor circular kIvIdl
nTinn ruoor Sold by drugeM, or sent to
V J lv UI any aaareas uy uie inventor, 11. J.
jteuaau, ,n, u., .nosDurn rails,
Amenta llloomsburir. Pa.
May!.i. '!0..ly aw
Vt. Moyer Uros.
TTTC!Ti- Ixjndso sentsln stamos or curren.
V1J IVOllicy (or a rew HOItSB HOOK. It
treatfi or all dlaeaKes, baa ss line enirravlngs showing
poblllons assumed by hick hurea, a tablo ot dosea, a
liOrT" lirJS rollecUon 01 VALUAIILKUEU.
IllJlIVli'B!!. rules for lelllns the aeo ol a
uorati.wllhiin cnirravlnir eliowlui? leetli or each year
nndalarv-u uniumilol voluaWe'liorw Informal on,
Ur, Win.ll.llailtaj,"l lave boiifl.t booastbatl
paid v ana $111 lor wbleh I do not like aa well as 1
do yours." sikd ro uihcciab. aefuw Wanted.
U. i. Kendall, M. 1)., EnosburL-U falls, Vt.
May , -re-iy
ESPY PLANING MILL
TUe unaersljrnea (cjiaep o; tbe Espy rianlntr Mill,
la prepared to ao all kinds of mill work,
Doors, Frames, Sasli, Blinds, elc.
made to trOer on bUprt nouce. BatlafacUon guar,
ORNAMENTAL IRON FENCES.
aud Public Grounds.
The follow Inir fcUows the llcket Oothlo. one of tbe
several bcautliul stylus of Kclice inanuiacturnj by
tho underajsneoj. 1 ' ' ' ' '
For Iteauty and Iiuraliillty tbey are unsurpassed,
rut up by eiperlenced. hands, anil warranted tb
Prices andSpocimona of other Designs
sent to any address.
S- 3VT. HESS,
I Neatly and cheap) kxtcuUd at U
V. Course in Plirsical Culture.
,..!. relvo suto Dloloma,. conferring the followlD
F. P. UILLMYBli, Sccretftrr.
Jlny a, 'la-o
C. E. SAVAGE,
Silverware. Watches, Jowelry.Clocks.&o,
w Itemovcdto the I'ost omco bulldlns, rirsTdoar
above the Exliant-o Hotel.
All kinds of Watches, clocks and Jewelry heat-
may 17, 7S-tf
If you arc rufTerlrur t roir.
lotioua bed of BictDLk.
boor iM'nHh. or lanauldli.
will Cure You.
ItldhAll, ,ltlrfHYI..t vnn.
If you are- a minuter.
leu Willi )ourpistoruluu
out with care ami work, or
tics jor a mother, worn
Jf you are simply ailing!
aii)liluj, Wlluout clear-
If )m feel ui-ua: una,
Hop Itinera xv III;
If you aro a man of bus
strain of vour ri..rr.l.i
llnesH, wcabunpfl by tho
tera, tlllnn out yuuiSuiluiilulitwork-.
.it.it.Ki or ti iitaa vi lot.
Hop Illlu-ra nlllBsirtiiiiiliuii 'u,
If you are ynunt'. anl'ulterlni( from" any
:raat,aaU oriea me cac;
Hop Illllcrs nlll
If you are In tho work
cleanilntf, toulon or titlin
ihon. on Hit, ftirm. a, ii.
Unit your .ysti'in net-tla
aliilink-, iiltboul luluxU
Hop llltleva 1-fUliiit You Need.
u you nro oiu, anil yournuUa U f relle,
i- ..7 ,... ivuiLtuiUC. UIUII,
Hop UliiiTM will Blvuyou Sow Mfo nnd Vlgt
Hop Couoil Cuiik I j tho iwpotest, iafet and beM
The Hop I'n for firnm.rh rt.A. ...1 p tt .
ruperortoallotlicrB. K u perfect. A.lt lirut-guu
.nnJ.'u.. n.a)uteanj IrreilitaWernn. for dnina
ennesa, uo of opium, tobacco anu narcotlia.
HlnVmJdlirilniorliU. Hop Ulllm Mlj. Cti. n,hl.,, N.T.
May a, in-tr.
T HI S P A W. Tt uX W "i'."!'"1 " He t Oro.
tunutcoulmcli,uiyboiua.lot..rll'l,N NKW Villi Ia,
feb. 11. 77-lf r
YM, F. BODJNJE.
BON ST.. UKLOW HBCO.Np, ULOOUSUUJIQ, l'A
Is prepared to do all kinds of
l'lolu and Ornamcntal,
liOTH DKCORAT1VB AND I'LAJN.
All kliulH ori'urnlturo Ilciuilrcd.
uud made an good ixtf uey.
N0NBl)UTFinBT-CUB3 WOIlKMENf JJFLOYKIJ
Bitlmates Made on all Work,
WM. F. BOD1NE.
TUia rirtu is pa yi.n vura
POWELL & KtSMAN
'VN. Advtrtiilng V- Agent,
SDn. SANFonn's LivEn IrmnoitwonS
SJg nStftmliinlFnmily ltomctty f()r
J find Bowels. It is Purely
Vogotablo. It novor m 1;
Dobilitntcs It Is flll M
OatlmrtlonnJ MM lM i
: Vv W:
V a. A
. M 11- m
fJSf lina been nscjj
in my prncticoS
id by tho nn l.li- '
more than Sr, v.J
SEND POD rinfMi, .'!
S, T.W, SAKFORO, M.D., if3w?ggy,ft5
ipru iw, iv-iy,
RAIL ROAD TIMETABLES'
VTOHTHEKN CENTRAL RAII.WAT
SUMMER TIME TADLE,
On and nflcr Sunday. Juno 20, 1879, the trait,
on tho I'hlladolphla fi Kiln Ha IroadDulilonw 11 A
At, fntlnwn , w,"l
Brio Mall leaves Philadelphia
" ", IlarrlsburB
" " William-port
" " .Torsey Hhoru
" ' Lock Haven
" nrrlvo at Krle
Niagara Express leaves Philadelphia
" nrr. at v llllamsport
' ' Lock Haven
' " Ht'UOVO
Fast Uno leaves Phil idelohla
" arrive at Wlillamspcrt
" " Lockllaen
Pacific Kxpress leaves Lock Haven
" " Jersoy Shore
" " w llllamsport
M arrlvo at Harrlsbury;
" " Philadelphia
Day Express leaves Kcnovo
" ' I.oek Haven
" " Vlllhunsport
" arrlvo at Ilarrhburir
' " Philadelphia
Erie Mall leaves ltcnovo
" " Lock Haven
" " Wllllamsport
" arrives at llarrlsbur!.'
Fast Lino leaves Wlilluraport
4 arrives at Harrlsburff
" " PhlladelpElti
4 .5 am
s 85 a in
0 111 a in
9 jo am
7 us p m
s .'10 a ia
3 rs p m
3 35 p m
7 S3 p m
8 40 p m
0 40 a m
7 13 a m
7 C5 a m
111 10 a ia
12 40 p III
4 in p in
7 211 p ra
s to p a
10 (hi p m
3 1111 a ia
7 to a m
12 u a m
3 .'.1 a i a
7 40 a in
Erie Mall wcstnnd Day Evitress Kant, mu pi
connecilonaaiNorlhumbcriaiid with L.& U. ILL
uuiua iui itKesuun u uuu neraniont
Erie Mull West, Nlasara Express West and Ft
Line eat make closo connection at W UlloiitsiKn
wllh N. a It. w. trains norlh.
Niagara Eprcss West nnd Day Express Eu
mahu ciuMo cunuccuun at 1.UCK iiatn v.ithli.K.V
It. II. trains.
Erlo .Mall cast and West connect at Erie nil
uuma u u. r. tv .11. d, n. 11. 1 ui. i.orrv Willi ti, l.
A. V. II. II. ; at Kuiporluiii Hltli 1J. N, V. H V. 11,11
UUt uv .t.,..tt wit tlltll tl, , It, II,
Parlor cars will run between Phila telplila ml
WM. A. IHLDWIN.
"VTOKTHEI.N CENTKAI, HAILWAY
On and after November 20th, 1ST3, trains will UM
Erie MallB.20 a. in., anlvc'Elmlra 11 ,
Niagara 9 40
llenovo accommodat Ion 11. lu a. tu. an lie W Iliions.
port 12.65 p. m.
Klmlra Mall 4.18 a. m., arrive Elmlra 10.20 a, ro.
Bun alo Express 7.15 a. m. arrlvo llullalo 8.50 a. rr
Buffalo Kxprccs 2.60 a. m. arrlvo Harrlsburg UJ1 .
ElmlrMall 11,15a.m., ar(fo lUnlsbuig i.m
" Washington 10.30 "
" llnltlinoie s.3o "
" Washington 8.30"
Ilarrlsburg accommodation 8.40 p. m.arrUo IIM
ours 10.50 p. m.
arrive Baltimore 2.25 a 11
" Washington 0.13
Erie Mall 12.55 a. m. arrive Ilarrlsburg 3 05 a. ra,
" Baltimore 8.io
" Washington 10 as"
AUdaUy except Sunday.
D. M. BOYD, Jr., Uencrnl Passenger At:
A. J. CA83ATT, Ueneral Iana?t
"DHILADEIil'IIA AND HEADING 1(0. P
ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENCES
May 11, 1879.
TRAINS LUTE KCTHKT IS KOLLOWSiSfM'l V EICtTO
For Now York, Philadelphia, Heading, l'ottsvffl
Tamaqua, Ice., 11,45 a. m
For Catawtssa, 11,45 a. in. 7,21 and 7,35 p. m.
For V llllamsport, 6,23 9,05 a, m, and 4,00 p, ia.
TKiixsroH BtiraaT ijiiti as rouows, (stMut"
Leave Now York, 8,45 a. ra.
Leavo Philadelphia, 0,45 a. m.
Leavo Heading, 11,55 a. in., rotUvllle,l,r
and Tamaqua, 1,35 p. m.
Leave Catawtssa, 5,20 8,50 a. m. and 4,oo p. m.
Leave Willlamsport.9,45 a.m.2,15 p. m. and 4,M p.i
Passengers to a nd from New York and l'lillatr
pnia go througu w ithout cuango of cars,
J. E. WOOTTXN,
u. u. HAriUUUK,
. Ueneral Ticket Agent.
Jan. 14, isis u.
! WESTKHN HA1LKOAD.
Tlrao-Tablo No. 89, Takes effect at 4:30 a.
MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1870.
p.m. p.m. a.m.
9 45 a 11 1
Q l I P
. .Pittaton J
, IT If
,. west Piltaton..
8 S3 S 80
8 13 S 10
1013 Jia JJ
10 83 SIS!"
10 34 3 sa If
10 43 8 83 IM
10 65 J 50 1
8 23 8 SO S 56
8 19 8 19
8 04 8 04
7 51 9 61
7 83 9 89
Hi i 84
7 95 9 28
.Uunloek's t reek
.... Hick's Kerry...
11 07 ita ;
...... Berwick ....
11 is i r.
US') 4 1
...Willow drove, ...
11 39 4 H j
11 45 4 4 $
11 51 461
11 67 6 00 ,
U18 6 1! JS,
8 Of) 1 00
II M f
p.m. p.m. a.m.
w. v. tiAiiTKAii, b0?r
Buporlntonqent's Office, Bcranton, June 1".
1 1 WHOLESALE QHOCWi
TEAS, SYRUPS, COFFEE, 8UQAH, MOUSsK
.. . . t-r
MUB, erit'SS, BUI ABB VUUA, t
N. s. Comer bcoond knd Arcli street,
Mordenwiu rooeinproaLptittet.uos. u