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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COlNTl, FA.
USKrULi TO KN'OW.
A Good Cr.MEST. Any filrom rratcrlal
cm be stuck tn metal, whether Iron or oili
er metal,by any amalgam composed of good
glue dissolved In lint vinegar with one third
of Its volume In white pine pitch, also hot.
This composition, it is said, will give a sure
and certain result.
To Clean Wmir. Knitted Gamif.nts.
Take those not needing washing, being
only slightly soiled, place them In a pillow
case one at a time, sprinkle llmir through it,
and shake well, until it looks as bright n
new. llorax Is excellent to wash flannel
with dissolved In lukewarm water.
I'nuPAitiNO l'ooii rou Invalids. A
very simple and expeditious way of conk
ing n little bit of chicken or full fit n sick
person is to butter a paper thickly, place the
food to be cooked In the paper, and place it
on the gridiron over a clear lire. A very
short time suffices to cook It thoroughly, and
I have often found that to be eaten when all
other modes of invalid cookery have been
tried In vain.
KussianSam.i:. This Is the most costly
and exclusive of l'urn, and cannot, therefore,
strictly speaking, be called fashionable. In
Ruuia It Is used only by the Imperial fain
lly and the nobility, and very few still s
loave that countiy. This fur is obtaluid
from an animal of the weasel family, about
the size of the German marten; ami at ltiut
fourorfivo skins are rtqtilrrd to make
mufTof milium r.. A mult' and una o
"crown" salilo is valued at irom J200 li
Goon CorFL'E. The editor of Truth r-ay
there Is nothing easier than making goo
coffee, and gives the following, simple rr
ceipt; t the ground coffee in a saucepan
two tea spoonsful for each cup put tli
saucepan on the fire ; just before the watt
bolts throw in a few clops of cold watt
and take the pot off; strain the concotion
through n piece of muslin, and you will
have better coffee than is produced by tl
most complicated and costly patent mi
Makshmallow Paste on Dries.
Marshmallow root, four ounces of watt
half gallon ; macerate twelve hcurs, stmi
and evaporate to the thickness of homy
constantly stirring, and add gradually the
whites ot twelve eggs, well beaten, wil
orange flour water.four ounces well ftrnired
continue the constant stirring till the mius
so firm as not to adhere to the fingers ; then
dry in an oven, and divide in small masses,
When fiuUhed it should be very light ai,
-AIIE UE3T FISH halls. Ua the mom
Ing you intend having them, pare your po
tatocs and boil ; drain oil the water, and
cover with a clean towel to dry. First
though, boll your codfish till done, then pu
to shreds, carefully feeling for every bun
and lump. Mash the potatoes very finel
pour in a little warm milk and a small lum
of butter; beat up your potatoes till the
are as light as down, then mix with you
lush, and work all together thoroughly,
small raw onion chopped very finely mixed
through, gives a flavor which many person
like ; no pepper nor egg. When ready, ro
into small cakes lighily, and fry a delicat
brown. The particular part is to have you
potatoes quite soft with the milk, and fiah
with not the smallest lump.
How to Clean Brass and Coppfb.
The following mixture will be found th
best thing for cleaning brass, coppe., li
stair rods, taps, and even windows, and
is quite worth the trouble of making once
year, as the quantities I give will last th
time, and the Dest war is to store it
wide-mouthed pickle jars of class or sto
1 pound whitening, 1 pound rotten stone,
pound soft Boap, 1 teacup full vinegar, as
much water as will make it a thick paste.
Let it boil fully ten minutes, and when
nearly cold add halfa pintol spirits of tur
pentine. When you use it put very little
on a rag, and rub the article you wish to
clean well with it until it becomes bright,
and then polish with a leather dipped in
powdered Bath brick. Unless you use Bath
brick it soon tarnishes, but Bath brick pre
serves tho polish.
Onions on Muck Land.
At a recent meeting of the Klmira,
(N. Y.) Farmer's Club a correspondent
from Litchfield, Mich., asked au opinion as
to raising onions on muck land. President
Hoffman replied that there can be no doubt
muck being favorable to a good cropofunions.
Orange county which is famous for its on
ion crop, employs much mucky land for
this purpose The yield sometimes gained
is as high as 1,200 bushels per acre On
ions must be thick in rows to give good
crops. I was informed by farmers in Or
ange county that the proper distance apart
for rows was about fifteen inches, and that
the onions should stand in rows so thickly
that the breadth of three should be crowdei
Into the spaco for two. As for example,
suppose the full grown onion should have a
diameter each ot three inches, then three of
these onions should stand six inches iu the
length of tho row, making one and a half in
the space measured by the diameter of one.
Of coure they crowd out in growth, but
this thick setting is necessary to get the
maximum crop, and the ground must be
strong enough to support such growth if
there is to be profit.
Disease Among I'onltry-
S. F, Larkin, of Aston, this county, wri"
ting to the Germantown Telegraph, says a
disease lias made its appearance among the
chanticleer family of that neighborhood,
that Is entirely new in its effects. The symp'
tonu are similar to those appearing in horses
laboring under what is called "epizooty."
The disease runs Its course in a few days,
and has not proven fatal In any case where
no remedy was attempted. Mr. I.arkln in
experimenting upon a remedy says: "But a
little 'quacking,' however, among our own
fowls bore the fruit of two deaths. To the
first sick ben, two smalt pills of cayenne,
made up with apple jelly and wheten 'tall
Ings' was given and she recovered, To an
other was given three of the same pills aud
be died the next day. To the third hen
vaa recommended the heroic remedy of a
teaspoonful of black pepper in lard, which
laid her out in two minutes! By this time
hen-doctoring became rather unpopular,
and we allowed nature to practice on the re
mainder, and they all got well a tolerably
fair sample of medical practice among
quacks.'1 Mr, L. calls thedlsease "entoroo
ty,"and attributes the causa to a parisite,
Shrewdness and Ability.
Hop Bitters to freely advertised In all the
naners. secular and reiflclous. are haviniz a
largo tale, and are supplanting all other
medicines. There Is no denying the vir
tues of the Hop plant, and the proprietors
of these Bitters have shown great shrewd
ness and ability In compounding a Bitters,
whose virtues are so palpable to every one's
J. 1). Gilbert, of Elkhart, lib, who exhib
ited tho fat prize ox at tho fat cattle show
held In Chicago, gives Ms mode of feeding
youg nnlmalsas follows! "I leed my young
cattlo just enough lu keep them (strong
rough the winter months. After they nro
two and a half years old cominenco feeding
corn winter anil summer until I send them
to market. Attend to them closely and
keep them Improving from the tlmo they
ate led on corn to tho time ihey leave the
farm, Generally feed from eight to twelve
months on coin. Intend Irom this time to
feed a year younger, and send one year soon
er to nmrket. Think I can eet my steers
at thirty months old to weigh 1.700 pounds.
his course will pay much belter than In
cep them mil II 3il to -12 month, and get an
avtrage of 2,000 to 2,100 pounds out of the
How lliey (let IWoe In Cincinnati.
One of the latest trick played upon shop
eepers was successfully performed at n
Cincinnati grocery the other evening. A
woman entered and ordered a pound of the
best coffee. She carried a jar under her
arm, and when the grocerynmn was about
to pour (he coffee Into a piper bag the cus
tomer told her to pour Into the jar Instead.
The man did so, the female leaning over tl c
counter and still holding tho jir under her
nrm, with tho bottom of tho vessel concealed.
When she had received the collto the female
put her hand into her pocket, and with a
well feigned expression of annoyance, cried:
'I dodeclare, I have left my purse at honul
I'll just setthejar of cill'eo down on the
counter here while I run in and get the
money.' She placed the jar on the counter
and went out, but she filled to return, and
when tho storekeeper picked up the jar he
was surprised to find that it did not conlr.in
any coffee, and that the bottom had been
knocked out. It then flashed upon bis mind
that when he poured the coffee In the jar it
rati through Into a bag concealed by the fe
'They cannot all lie,' was the observation
of one while loading the endless testimo
nials to Dr. Llndsey's Blood Searcher.' It
Hoys in the Mine.
Mine Inspector W, S Jones.of the Scran
ton district of the anthracite region, notes
the fact that tho victims of most of acci
dents which have occurred in his district
this year are boys, seven having been killed
in all. It is a dillicnlt matter to tram a
lively boy to the requirements of the mine.
Above ground he is cenerally permitted to
follow the bent of his own wild will, but a
romp under ground is frtquently an invita
tion for death. The average boy cannot
realize that as long as 'there is space to move
about there can be so much danger, and he
forgets the proximity of impregnable roofs
and walls of anthracite when seized with the
desire to jump on or off a moving car.
Again, the inspector says that down in the
mine the boys are foot balls for everybody,
and aro sent on errands to the neglect of
their own important duty, for tho purpose of
obliging those who assume the work of
"bossing'' them. It would be a very good
thing to bring about those who compel boys
to run on perilous mssages to a realizing
sense of their duty, and of the danger and
responsibility involved in such acls o
thoughtlessness. The lives and limbs of boys
are as precious as those of men and often
times a good deal more so and if those
who have supervision do not give them
proper protection, the law should do it.
Cariosity of Physical Geography.
The Blue Mountain range that run:
through Pennsylvania presents the singular
circumstance of being divided by n river
every 27 miles. From where the Su-nue
hanna river passes through to the Swatnra
river is 27 miles. The distance from the
Swatara to the Schuylkill U 27 miles. It
is 27 miles from the Schuylkill to the Le
high, and the Delaware cuts the bills in
twain at the Water Gap 27 miles further on
A large lake lies in a hollow in New Jersey
27 miles from the Delaware.
A person starting from Ilonesdale, Wayne
county, Pa., to drive to Bushkill, Pike
county, will have a drive ot sixty-two mile
It is 27 miles from Blooming Grove. Ileach
Milford he will l e twenty miles from Bloom
ing Grove. At Dingman's ho will be
19 miles from his starting place, and still 20
miles from Blooming Grove. At the Dela
ware he is 54 miles from Ilonesdale, and
Blooming Grove is 20 miles distant. At
Bushkill, his destination, he is C2 mile
from his starting point, and yet the finger
board tells him that it is "To Blooming
Grove twenty miles."
It is the greatest of mistakes, drugging
the system with medicines to curo Kiduey
troublo while the application of a Daj's
Kidney Pad, to the small of the back will
cure when nothing else can. Sold at the
Peoples' Drug Store.
It you want to make a certain Virginia
City merchant real mad ask him if he lias a
gravel mine to sell. Ho git o playing po
ker ono day and won $200, but he took in
payment an undeveloped gravel mine. His
friends teased him terribly about tho alleged
worlhless property, and at last, getting a lit
tie excited, he told them that before begot
through with that mine they would seo that
he was not such a fool as they took him for.
Then be wrote to sumo rich acquaintances
that he had it splendid claim, which, being
hard up, lie would tell cheap for S2000
Then he bought $500 worth of gold dust and
nuggeis, and salted the claim thoroughly
with them. The capitalists came, prospect
ed a little, bought it immediately, and paid
him his J2000 cash. In three weeks they
got out ?8,000 north of ore. That Virginia
City man didn't smile for a mmth.
Peter what are you doing to that boy?'
asked n schoolmaster. 'lie wanted to know
if you tako ten from soventeen how many
will remain. I took ten of his apples to
show him, and now he wants me to give 'em
back.' 'Well, why don't you do it?' Cos,
sir, he would forget how many are left.'
'Are you find ol Jlogifi Talet f said a
rather verdant lady to a shepherd. 'Yea, I
like 'em roasted wi' salt on 'em,' was tlio re-
spouse. 'Xo but I mean have you read
Ifoijg't latet." 'Sox,' snid the biinibkin 'our
hogs are all white or black I don't think
there is a red among 'em.'
Chicago workmen are said to be alarm
ed at tho break up of the Chinese lu San
Francisco, Chicago expect" its Chinese
population tn be increased by at least one
thousand within the next tew months.
There is a great strike amoug the miners
at Clearfield Nearly twenty-five hundred
men are out, demanding an Increase of
A Pennsylvania railroad locomotive, re
centlv made a tun of sixtv miles between
Jersey City And Trenton iu fsrty-flvo min
Tho following Curo Is probably the most re-
mnrknbln ever effected by nny modlciil
prepnrntlon for tho trontment
oanlVwn. t hereby certify that I liivo hud Catarrh
for ton Jrara, nnd for tho lint alt 5 curs hnvohpen ft
terrible pullcrcr, I was remlereil partially iltiaf, had
huttlntf in Hi. heit'l, pains across lha ti-inplt-. sll.ry
spells, weak and painful cjes, swollen mul iilceral-tl
tonsils, haril ami constant cough, auiera pain across
tho chest, anl every Indication of consumption. My
hcail achcil all thollmc. Tho matter accumulated so
Taplilly In my head and throat that I coulil ttot keep
themfrce. Frequently at nlirlit I would sinliiK outof
licit, It si-cmcil to me. nt tlio point of suiroc itl n. 1
woulil then have rcconrso to cwry means In my power
tn (llsloilito tho mucus from my throat mid head heforo
helnir nlilo toslct p HL-nln. I or n period of alt ) ours mv
tonsils were nlecrnt' ,1 ami so much Intlameiltliut 1 coulil
with illtllcnlty swallow. 1 anally consulted nn cinlm nt
aura-eon In rcjrard lo nn operation on thrni, Put nt hH
request postponed it. Tho constant Inllammatlon and
ulceration lumy throat cuused liy tho poisonous mat
ter ilropplnir down I rummy hi-nd had n Irritated and
Inltamcdnivluniislliatl coushril Incissnntly, niln in
hard roniih. MeanwIilliMiiy sistem began loshowtln'
ctri'Ctsof this disease, so that llostltrali.L'rcwpalo.ntid
showed every symptom of an early death hy con-imp-tlou.
When matters had reached thla .tiee, or about
FIT months afro, I briran tho use. of Banfoiiu's II ami it.
Cl'RK t on Catarrh. After u.lr-ir IhoflrMt bottle be
pan to Improve rapidly. Tho first doso seemed to clear
my head as 1 had not known It to Ito for years. It
f eemd trradually to arrest the discharge. 7 f,'x ,1
tiiu aytigA in ihrre ttam. Ily n-liiit It a a irarula 1 nn
reduced the Inflammation and swelling of my tuimu,
so thnt Ihcy soon ceasi d to trouble, tue. The sur, m s
across my chest disappeared, tho Imrzlnjf noises In my
bead ceased, my sensis of eeelnjf and i f Itraniiir wirn
completely restored, and every symptom of disease that
had reduced mo to lliu verge or the irruv 0 dlsal pi iri d
by tho nso orhA-irohn a lUmrALt't iiRlont .TAnnil,
1 have been thus t tpllclt because, ns n driiiuM, I
have seen n jrreat ileal of sulferlng Irom Calallli and
hopo to com Inco many that this Is a great rcmcil) .
1 am familiar with tlio treatment of Catarrh ns prac
tised by tho best physicians, and bavo consnltid th,'
most eminent about my case. I haul used every kind
of remedy and apparatus ttiat bate appeared during a
period of six years past, and have, while following their
usc,takcn great cure or ray general health, but obtained
DosTo.v, Feb. 33, ITO. HEO. F. D1XSMOUE.
Then personally appeared tho raid Oi myii I Itlri
more, nnd mndo oath that the fori gol.ig natelnent by
htm subscribed Is true, llefurc me,
bhTII J, TIIOMAS.Justlcoofthoreacc.
F.ach package contains Ir Panford's Improved l nhal
lng 1 ill"! M Ith roll directions Tor u0 In all ewes, l'rlcr,
1.00. lor sale by all Wholesale and lletall lirugplsls
U roiighoJit tho fnlted Males V.1-.KUS ft l't.l fhlt,
(lenerul Agents and holesnlo Dnigglstsjloston, Mass.
Affords tho most grateful relief In all Af
fections of tho Chest and Lungs.
CHRONIC PLEURISY CURED.
Messrs. Weeks fe ToTTEnt Gentlemen, Having for
many monttis tinat nattered Uh a cry lume side, culk-d
,,. nTw nlit air Ian f'hrnni I'li'lir U V. r..11.el t)V ft fonticr
iiUury ami strntn, nnd for wlilchl used many prescrip
tion and liniments, as ell mtlio no-culled rheumatic
carep, without tho least bom. fit. my plislcinn recom
mended one of your Collins' oltaio I'lawies,
w 111 C II IW Illy Hi tut, rutin inc. i ' citt vr.t -un. .. bwi
tieiA almost immediately, find I liao beea able to at
icntl lO my iiuubciioki uuhkb ncr einio nu i-tngt-v
caso and comfort, wticrens, before tlio application of
3 our lovaluablo lia-ter, 1 was PCBrf cly ablo to do any-
li,t., I ,.nnal1r-r tliPm 1nrHnmhlp. nnd shall With
rlennuro recommend tliem totli" mulcted. Yours rc
tppctfully, Mrs. FIIACLS HAltltDIAN,
U BLAND, ipril 41, 13iD.
Tliorc Is no medical or protective appliance that will
-,rrwf in urntffnl and cltcrtitu In lleUlntf Coach S.
jirove so grateful and cllcctho In llcUlntf Coachs,
IffIuiIak utwl (.nrKHABi nf Ihn CliPt nnd l.iinu. fi
believe them capablo of preventing serious diseases of
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
T)o not confound these Masters with tho ordinary
rim ter of tho day. that by comparison aro absolutely
He careful to obtain COLtiss' Voltaic) I'lasteh, a
combination of 1- lectric or Voltaic l'lates with a bklily
Medicated Tlaster. as seen In the above cut. hold by
all Wholesale and Uetall Drutrglsts ttirouctjout tho
initeu Mates ana i, anna as. una vy v
iLii, iTOpneiori, lioiioD.iabB,
June 13, '7i iy.
n:sLT3 pure stilled
20c Extract uc
OH, JLiMAMKUS VlttGJXICA.
Kqual In quality to any made, and only half the
price. 0 oz bottles id5e. Tints f c.
I't'llpps lloail.if he, Toothache. Karache, sore Kvcs
ose iiiuen, rieeiiintf l.ungs, rnimui .Mensus, nut"
Asthma Kfrtuees hwelllnKS, flics, etc. cures HiuH
p. scalds. Hums, snralns. Wounds Jtlieumatlsm,
Erysipelas, Chilblains, Varicose Veins, Neuraltfla.Ac
NATURE'S UNlVKimi- HHMKllY FOU IN I UliN.U
AND EXTERNAL I'M!.
If jour drusglst has not got It ban him order
or tho proprietor.
CIIA1II.KS r. ltlLEV, Wholesale Drug-gist,
(UCotirllandt St., New York.
Jan 2.1, VO, Sm
NEW 2? 1KJI!
ThovenkuouiC. II. WHITE, Proprietor ol tha
OIlANdEVILU; Atl III CULTURAL WORKS,
lias sold a half Interest In tho samu t "t .T. W. Connc
Tlio company hae repaired the uorks, and nro pie
n.neil lo accommodate all uho want nmihlt'ir lu tin
line ot Alicultural Imp'ctrents. They Hate Just
completed a new nit hanu w nitepiow.im nn pn
Hihic. will tKat tho rt ht hand. Also surface nlow
or Jointers for iho same, A new T hiesherni dUlean
er with centre shako of ruuie thoe, called the
Uhlte TIu'onIici ami (leaner
with both lover and railway powers on u iricntlv
ImproMHl plan. Wo manufacture LAND ROi.LEUS
with cast irun heads. (J rn riow.s. dutiblo and slntrlo
Cultivator- sldo bill Plows, Mill Casting. Turning
it every description time wiin pruiiipuiehs. wv
koo i cori-t.intly on hind a Uro assort incut nf Plow
Mures f r on? own nnd many other plows thai are
used In tht counlrv. We will not bo undtrsolU In
work or material ( f the mine quality. Ul t ur work
Is w.irr.inf t(l hi trim suit l-f ictlon. or tho monev re-
fundid. WK tKV COMI'K ITP'N. rarmeis.aud
tlio pubiit! In tonetal fare riipifflfrtto cull nnd e
amino Utiore puriat-sitigi is.ewn're.
WHITE & CONNER,
Jai. 16, o ly
HOLD .HlvDAI,, PAIIIS, 18TO.
International nalrv Fair,
Ai.nmi hum' l-iei:.
.1IUJ.1I at same Kair,
i;o. nit vr l'ici:.
?IH!.iI at lioral Agrl
cullural txblbltion, Lon
f It require no milk-
It rnl.e. nil of cream between milking..
It AQVird. better ventllutlou.
It require, lea. lubor.
It I. more, thoroughly mnde.
It la cheaper, &Qd Rive, tetter
aWlnfactlon than any otber way oTeettlngmllt.
1IIK BUTiKB MADE nr THIS hYSTKM lb CN
EXCELLLD LS IIS KEEPINO QUALITIES.
biJ tv" Mtf-vi... "pii.? f"lt wft-Wa-..rft'ui.,'.ut,
vhmmOxt rAitii maciiim: .,
Velio t alll Vt.
ff b 13, ITw
E5EST Ifl THE WOHLO !
-0 A1IJIfi .
WHiich is tho Bamo tbin.
ImpTire Siilrrntua nrUI-tuil nila
(Yvlitrli tbenuint t IiliiKtW ufu hi u
ly Ilrt' vhlto olot . It nmy h pillar
It lt, fTitmliiitl liy linelr, lint a
COM1MHISOV AVI'III ( III (It II v
CO'S "A KM AM) II .-IMi;it" II HA Mi
Will aliutv thu dlirtit'iur.
Ke that your Sult rutiM r.nil Zu!t
inn Kotiit u iiitH itnii iM ttr. ii -
nhuuld he AI.I. SIMlI.Mt &LI1VX'A:.
CLlS unl lur luuil
A tlmple but severs teit of tho cnmparativo
value ot dufereiit braud cthoda ur sob rat in U
to dissolve udtissert ttpooulul of tacli Uud Hit i
nboutaplut orwitfr jhot prwft.ntd) lu fhur
ula.dea,t.tlrriiiB until al lUtboroup uly diHhL I
'Ibe dt-letorioualuiiulubloiiiaittr In tbcluiirt-T
Hod l v. Ill be bUowu olter KuttllU(i noma tw unty
minute or sooner, hy tho milky appfarain o vt
the lolutlon and tho quantity of llatlu ilLy
matter according ta quality.
Ue suro and ml. for Church k Co.'n fiodaanl
fialeratua and auu that tbir liuiuo l vu thu
package and you vt 111 t'tt tho purest and wbltt-nt
made, Ibeusoot tUi-witheouruiilk.lu prottr
ctioo to Uakiay Powder, eavts twenty tliam it4
bee ono pound pack ago for valuablo inform a
on andrma cartfull y,
SHOW THIS TO YOUR OROCER.
January 10, Jm.
Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Sleighs,
l'LATl'OUM WAOONS, to.
Klrst-clans work always on band.
ItKPAllUNU KKATLV DONB.
I'rK'es reduced UtBUlt tne times.
PUBLIC SALE HAND BILLS
Printed at thiH Office
ON SUOUTEST NOTIOE f NI) AT TUE
MOST REASONABLE TEEMS
77 W.3d SI., New York City
Lxra or j tacir citt.
f Tit adr jrAni.J
I Tiinpcpltt TA vet
1 uisrascn. s ever iv
ThoBostEEJIEDY KN0V1I to Man I
10,000 AGEXIS HAVE SiOLD since is;o
This Syrup Possesses Varied Properties.
ft .tlmulnir. Iho lytynllno In t li r Hnllvn,
rli1rh conTPrt. Ihoaitnrrl, ttntl niigttr of llio
food Into Kluco.e. A ilfflclencr In ryljnllno
cnuar. Wind nnd Rouriiiif tif lh food In lit"
.tomnch. If Dm nirillrhin H loltrii IminrdU
ntelr nfrercnllntnofcnucDtatluu oftoudU
It nrl. upon llto T.lver.
ltnet. tipnn tlio Klilnrri.
It HeenliifrM llio IlnutTn
It I'urinpa llio Illood.
It Quiet llio enou. Hj-.tem.
It NonrUlir., hlrrnnllieni nnd TnTlcorntra
ItcnrrleH nirtlio Old lllnod nnd tnnki-4 ttpi.
Unpen, llio porrn of llio nklti mid Induce.
It neutralizes tho licreilllary lalnt. er rolaon In th
Hood, which Feneratr.Scrciti.il, Uyalinlai. and all
wanner of Bkln dl.caaea and Internal humors.
Ttiero aro no nlrlta employed In lis manufacture,
and It can bo taken liy tho moot dollcato babe, of by
tho aged and fecldo, can enly ia'iijr require J in at
Untton ta directicni.
MICE OP EOTTLES, $1.00
rillOE OS SHALL lOTTLSS, - - 50
Rad tho VOLUNTARY TESTIMONIALS
of Persons who havs been CURED bythi
use of tho BLoOD PURIFIER.
lio't Jledieine livrr Used.
Hilton. Wvnmliitr countv. I'a.
Dear Mr: I bad been troubled fur a lone time
Willi a I'aln In inv Moimcli, and round no relief
until I beffari uslr jryour Indian mood s.rup. 1 llnd
It iho best meilirliiu In use. and 1 can ii'ecminend It
tonll, ol-: and jounir U k'ivph tn-iny dollars In
iloctors' bllW. and one 1 irtfu bottle did mo more good
luan mc uoiurs oriu oi oiuer memcine.
An Atoriililii(! Cure.
Monroe. Wyiimlnir countv.
Hear Mr: I had been ntlllclcd with a Cough, I.os
of Appetite and liyspepsta Tor ten year. 1 could
uot prop-rly attend to mv business, and hearing of
your Justly celebrated Indian mood syrup, I resolved
to try It, uhlch I did, and In a short time uns much
Improved. InowhaNea pood Appetite, and bao
enjojedgood health cer&lLCB I commeneeil Its use.
ciek Headache Cured,
llnwinftn. Prrfnl' U'inMinn nnnnlr I'll.
Hear Sir: I had hick lleadtelio and bythousoof
your Indian Illood -snip t was preatly rellcH'd. I
i'-kuu.iiivuki uii iu no tiiiuauio proiiertua.
J. V. llurnctt.
The ltemedy did more than she Expected.
Newbrrrv. T.crnmlm-rnnnti'. Pa.
Dear Mr: The Indian liloodVirupdtd mofo than
I expected It would and It has cuied me of LUer
coinpiaini. i use it asa JieUklno and would not bo
.Mrs. Mary Charman,
Headache and Dizziness
Wtllt.Tmsnort. I. rnmlni- pnnntv. t'.i
Hear Mr : Your Inoian Ulood Sjrnp has cured mo
of Headache, Dizziness and Loss of Appetite, sothat
1 am now able to work In my factory. -My w He de.
rived more beneilt from lu use than from any other
Would not bo Without it.
Wllllamspert, Ia coming county, l'a.
Dear Mr: Tho Ind'an Hlood sjrup Is tho llest I
ever used and I would not bo without It, It is (rood
for all complaints.
Diseases of the Stomach,
llaton, Wyoming county, l'a.
Hear sir: This u to certify that I had a Weak
stomach and could ent no meat or any hcatiy food
whaleuT. Hya friend's adv cc 1 commeneed the
Useof jour Inillin lllooil spiup whlehntlera thort
tr.al. ellectuallv rillcwtl me and I can now eat
aniihtns I choose. Your sjri'l' irHes uuhersial
All that it is recommended to hp.
opera Mouse. Columbia, l'a.
Hear Mr:-I bavo used jour excellent Indian Illood
si run and It has piou'ii Just as rcpiesentcd. I can
rietmtiK'iid It to all.
holesalo Merchant, sth street.
T!.e follow lng add their testimony tor tho Indian
11. i:. (iteorr, enfflni rr I' I! It.
1. ,. smith, nt 11 ildwlns Meel Works.
Mrs sm,or. f cuiiinilila.
lirener, cf Wushliiiftrinburuh.
John Kenjs, of s.uo Harbor.
Would not he Without it.
Henlon, Columbia eo'irlj-, l'a.
near sir: I haje usel joir excellent Imuin
1!i.oou s nee and have received much beneilt there
trom. I could not gut along w Ithout It.
Never Kails to Cure.
Kast Lemon Wyninlns Co. l'a.
fear Sir : 1 was stek fur Ihreo w-nrs. nnd under
professional treaiinent most r tho tlmo without be
ing beni tiled, At lastlwas Induced to try jour
Isuuv Iiuwu SvKfi-nnd aficra shoit trial. I found
inj&eltln be tier health than 1 hid been rorblx jears.
Mrs. Theron Hall
Sure Cure fur I.iver Qumplaint.
ltohrsburg. Columbia Co. l'a.
Dear sir : This Is lo nrlliy that jour Indian
I'lXHiosvKt'p has been used by me, ror LUerCom
pla'nt, which had been troubling me ror a long tlmo
I derlu'd moro beneilt from thu use of tho sjrup
than from nny other medicine, I heartily ri com
mend It, and advise all sufferers to gUo It a trial.
L f smith
Loss of Appetite.
ltohrsburg Columbia county l'a.
Doirsir: I haro used j-our excellent Imhav
IU.001I svKre for Loss ot pieillo and Weakness of
tho stomach, wlilnery bcnillciil results. 1 believe
vour medicine to bo tlio greatest blood puritlcr
kuown.and advise all vho may besulTeitugus 1 was
togHc It a tptedy trial.
Mrs. II Aiery
I'ains in Shoulders,
ltiiirsburg, Columbia county, l'a.
Dear Sir: This is to certify Hint jour Imhan
II1.00H sMii'eh is gieaily rellewd mo of I'.ilns In th
M.ould"r and Chest, which I had befn atlllcled wllh
for j ears. I recommend It J cry highly.
M rs. Mary Welsh.
I.iar (lap, Columbia count, l'a.
Dear sir- My Father has been niiTei Ing with
Kidney Oiimpliilul fur a longllmo ami had lieen un
derdid tors' treatment, but tho doeiors could not
(ileitae'iro llmu tieen sut'Ject to a Numbness
and Weakness lu mv u-ft Arm. We notalned soni'
tf vourlnv 1'u.ible Iniiiav liioon svitte Horn jour
Ageiit.Wui.il Potter, and it has cuied mvfathtr
eiiinpletely, and my ami Is much better. It does not
trouble me half so much. Your medicine Is excel
Joslah J hn.
Dear n ip i'olumbl.i eonnly, l'a,
Dear sir: This is toeertlfy that Ipurcluwds me
of jour Imiun Itixjim svKi-e for my wife for Intla
inail'iu ant Ttm tie Complaint, at,d It hasglien her
J li Herncr
I!et Medicine Kver Ueil.
ltenrdap, Columbia count j-, l'a.
Dear Mr: My little son was troubled with his
wati r passing Irum hint eonstaiilly, day anil night,
I cni suited twodiicujrsniid gaio him medicine, but
without effect. 1 bought some or jour celebrated
Isimas' llLoou syuce, u short trial of whb h, cured
Dyspepsia nnd Indipestlnn,
Numlda, Columbia County, l'a.
Nearsir 1'or many jears my win was mulcted
with lijspepsl.t, and we spent eon-lderablo monej
wPhout reeililng beneilt. We procured some of
ourlNiiUNiitAHiiisvici-eandbho began totmproie
In hoatlh from tho tlmo she comeno il its use,
Solomon D suj dcr
Liyer O niplnint,
t'entrall.i, cotumbltCn t'.i,
D ir sir : 'Ibis is tocirlirv I bat I wasonuell nnd
could seiiueij ai lend to my "oik I think my Llier
wsHiiiTecicd. 1 pineurt'il some ( f your Imun liioon
svhl'I' and now, alter a shoit til.il, feel like a new
mau. 1 1 ecomtni nd Its u.e to u'l,
Dyrpep.ia and Neuralgia.
llydo Park, Luzerne Co., ra.
Dear sir: Your laiuable inhan liuionSYHi-ehas
erreeted u in rmii- etit i tire In inv eae. 1 had bei n
utllleted with ttin Djspcp.la aud Neural.-la, but am
now entirely will.
Mrs. John Thornton,
Bilious Stomach Cured,
lljdo Park, Luzerne Co., I'.
Dear sir : 1 hau Is en troubled with milous
Complaint and by tho use of jour Indian 1Iujoii
sua e it has tlfectually cutcd mo.
Jotm N Wllllaius,
1 jspep-ia Curtil,
lljdo Park, Luzerne Co , l'a.
Dear Sir :-Your taluablo Indian lUAiontsvai'i-lias
cuHdinool Uj tiicpia.
Mm. s 11 Adklns.
11 do Park, Luzerne Co., Pa.
Dear Str :! have U en troubled with Llurcom
plaint, but I was permanently cured by Using your
vuluablo Indian IIloou bvacr,
ilrB. o V Usrltngamc.
Doon, ISTD-ly wico
' Ir a1
BL00MS3UHG STATE WOKMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH KOliiMAL SCHOOL D 1 to T It 1 0 T .
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rov. D. J. WALLER," Jr. , A. M., Principal.
Tills SCHOOL, as nt present constituted,
llulldlngsspuclous.lniitlugandcointuodlousicomrletelyhe.itedb steam, well lentllatcd, lighted uy gas,
S1Loc5tlon healthful, and easy of access. Toachers experienced, ertlelent, and alive to their work. Discipline, firm but kind uniform and thorouu. Expense?
moderate. Kilt "cents a w eelt deduction to all expecting to tonoh. stu Jents admitted at any tlmo. Hooms reserved when desired.
Courses ot study prescribed by the Slate :
1, Model School. II. Preparatory. III. Elementary. IV, Clavlr.il.
Adjunct Courses : 1 Academic. ff.Omnmerci.il. HI. Course in Music. IV. Course in Art. V. Course In I'h.vsic.d Culture.
The momentary s-elentltle nnd Clasdeai courses are I'll IKHHSIOS U anl S''lents graduatng therein, leceho stato lim
corresponding Degree'! Master t.r tho l.v.nonts; Master of tlwMclenoesj Maaterof Iho Classics, urnduites In tho other courses lcceUe .Normal Liriiniuii-
To stale ri'iiuln! nWlH-r order . .f eitlonslilp. The time. rtVumd It. ltlsoueof the prime objects of this School to lu'Ip to secure It. bjf
gen" an emclent Teachers for her schools. To this end It solicit s young persons of goo 1 abilities and good Pirposes,-i hose w ho deslro to .""ProYiotjl. I'm
Sf.. ti.. i.i.kiii. nlii,lenls. 'In nil n-ieli It nromlsos nt.l tn dnvelon nff their powers, nndahuudant opportunities for well raid labor Blttr lcaiins,j.iiuoi.
talogue.address the I'rlnclpil.
ins. wit. mam i:t.vi:i,t
Sept. s, 'TO.-
But come at once and look through tho largest stock of
Ready -Made lothiiig
IF WK CAXXOT SUIT IN
SELL YOU THE CLOTH,
TAKE YOUR MEASU11E,
AND MAKK YOU A SUIT IN
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
SOLD BY THE YARD.
Now selling at the
REI.IiLBLB STORE OF
CNDORSED BY OVER
MACHINE EXHIBITORS AT THE
EXPOSITION U -
AND INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION,
At beIng"Vory STRONG, SMOOTH,&nd
.prUl6, 'If- y
MONTH fiiarnntccd. 112 a ilav
atlioint matlo liy tlio liulustrlous
Cajilinl not rt'nulrcd ; o Hill bturt
you. .Men, women, bojs nnd Kirls
mako money faster at w oi k for us
lltfht and pleasant.'v nnd &ucli ns. nnjoiie enn j-o
rlirlit nt. Those who nrn wise who tm this noileo
will tend us llieir nddiesseslnt once nml fur
Uiemsi Ue3. Costly outtllnml ttrn.sme. owlstiio
lime. Those already nt woik uto lajlng un lnru-o
Minis o money, .ikluks 'Hill; i in.. Ausuttu,
.Maine. oct 3, 'iD-ly
Warner's safe Kidney and Uver Cure.
(ihrmerll) Dr. O-nla'a Kidney Ourr.i
A vcsi-eable prepnratlyn nil the .ml, .r
ix-ii..Ij In tte world for HrlKliI'. I) .. ii.,',
J?lest.lmonlals of tU9 alfitiest order In nroof
"f ? Salt JIuffifN 'iir'.
iTlor thS cure nf nrui,r- nnJ thoon.p,.
dlaww.'s, call for lVamtr'. Nulii liiuiiVv
nml Liver Curv. .
WARNER'S SAFE BITTERS.
It la the boat lllouil l'urlfli-r. and atlniulatc.
ery junction lo mora healthful action, and
Iiaitm.u uviii-ni in an iiisenwa.
It curta Si riiriiliiu. and olher Nkln Kriip
nr.. and other Si,r-..
a.jaiH'ii.iii, tti'al.iie(irilii-Sloiiiiii b,
f iiii.tlpnlloii, llliiliuv., ;,.,n rl llt kil
lly. etc.. nro cured by Ihe Milt. Illlu n u
uiinualed ai an appetlierauil rtuular tonic.
JJottlea of two aUes prices, ooe. and 81.00.
WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE
S?.l.c.kl..Elvl;" V"' "f i1'''''' to iheauirerliia-,
cure; lli-ii.l.ii liu uii.l .Neil, hIl-Iii, ,,tei iiiij
l.ill-illi-l lu.aud rellav.ah.-a iuii. I'ru
Iriilliiu brougnton byexcebaive drink. otr
work, niftital ihocka, and othtr cuusei.
l'owerful as It Is to atop pain and soothe dls
lurhed ervea, II n.ver Injures Ihe ajatini.
Jiottlea of Iwo aUt-al jirlcea, BOc. aud 91.00.
WARNER'S SAFE PILLS
Are & Imnicdlatn nnrl niU-u .tin. rA. -
TorpULlvr ami rare CoiUventu. DTinttiit BU.
rhufc, MaUrta, Fiver
i lw ufj Mlu'iivi-r lha
iHJWtrU ilo nut ojierata
frtly and nfuUrly,
ntrll iIum- fur ihuruuuh
wwf k. I'rir tltv m km.
H.H. Warnerfi, Co,,
F ROCHESTER. N. T.
cln it cur hi iiu,
hpltnt.Curb. Cl ui, L t
or my m irf un at. anj
will ttm Hit buiK'H
liliout taaurlnjc or cu.
Ing kora. i, i , iy
ctirdlti ov rcdf.ut!iitt.-r
Jctnumy i miuri iu ))
llnath( Iniiirni'ii and ri
it vTinj( the bitRrh VritstHw bend Ur i.lui-
'neurit giui tkuartti. ufiiuuiriniiut
E lit Cum U ol4 Ly Itruuaiiii. at
net ly lit, 11. 3, Kcadall it Co., J-ii&turg t alii, Vermont.
MOYKH UIIOXHKKS, Woomsburg, Pa.
Home unu str j&jSsSr mountholly.n.j. !
, by .using- jnSig!EJrSrmTSBmMiirDmvrs.Hrtmi
' I Mk'll J M tlTHNCT4t?PARI5. PHILADELPHIA.
llvfra .SSSr WA00 NEW YORK le BOSTON.
ortenthevcrybestficllltlestor Professional and Classical
Hats, Caps, tc,
it'or Men and Boys,
etty suits for little boys,
Cheap suits for Men,
Trunks, Satchels, Bags, tfce.
Gum Clothing, ttc.
I Highest Modal at Vicsna and Philadelphia.;
I E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
591 Broadway, Nciv York.
Mimufaclurcrs, Importers .C Dealers lu
STEREOSCOPES AND VIEWS
Lnsravings. Chromoc, Photographs,
And kindred goods-Celebrltles, Actresses, etc.,
Woaro Hiadiiunrleisforeverjllilnffln llio way of
Storoopticons and Magio Lanterns,
., ' , nn mo m stoi ns diss m llio market
lieati Itul 1-hotmrr.ii.hlo Transparencli s o Mat":
an und KnirrAVinL-s fur the wiml,,,.- vu
t'onirv I. lass. Manufacturers of' Velvet Trames
for.MlnlatutesandCou.exdlass l'lciures. 'rame,
falalocnes of Lanterns and slides, with three.
Hons lor u-inir, tent on ncelpt of ten cents.
tiii: joiinxov lir.voi.vivi,
H.ulo cf Iron, li-iiutfull- ornn
ini'tited. AdjustaUo wlielvi
( hean nml stloiik- finiiot (,-.
nut uc niiler. l'mir Uml
fur complete clreiibr un.l prleo
list. Send CI ci nt4 f ir our now
Illustrated ratnli'-rnu of Sclio. I
Merchniiill-i- Fn ry IMrtnt or
Juiittr tl.oiild Aoi'i' if.
EAEEH, PHATT & CO.,
Healijurteri for all School Suppll.-:,
115 S. Ill (.1UMI MKLI.r,
t-ept 12, ly
If vrm nm .iilTi-rlnr-fm,.
I&tfoua bed of alckneaa
If you nro a minister.
"III Cure Von.
indbavo ourtaied yonr.
lea ior a mother, Wa
out wltii iiiruond work.or
. iu il-ui wean aau
Hop lllncru mil
1 1 you aro a man of bus
ineaa, weakened liy tho
lutlest or ii man of lit.
r.m.u u. ,uui evuryuu)
lera, tolling over Jour
HOP JUlllTBI i
-utlerlnij from any India.
rat,nifa often uio casu.
ii i you aro youuil, and
Hop Hitters villi
If rou are In tho work
desk, n n, hr n-f and feel
clcan.latf, toutak,' or Uui
Hop lllllem Ik
If youaroold, and Tour
ncrii.8 UQatl-u.lv. an.1 f......
iliop, on tho farm, at tho
Whin Vou Need.
inuise ii feeble, yonr
f i7 -iiBUHjuiui:. wanioff,
I lop llll It r. ii III m ye you Now Mfo und Vigor.
Hop Cooou ttjmgw, .af e .ad best,
ni.tj4i.,jnatuu, n..t nuim sir,, co. H.W,, n.t.
NEW CURE 'lonsuinpilon, i: Astnma.
Wlti. .tamn iro.ME7hcSrburV. Mi'U'CU- oaw"
lcarnlnjf. ...i,i .mntv nt raire.soft
and tumisucu '
1', P. lULLMYIIl, Secretary,
Weaver ik Co'u Ada
V t piinrnu It tn evcrj , milfrri tini tf how Inns Hind
iiif rr tin do) ly roolrd, It s'" liiiDt retlcT, and eurr lha
m lclm i rr, in IrMii ene In Mirt tt k, If arvA aUm-t-
I, i unit I ii uml-r f li-oilit nml tn l ijlvfn If lenlrc1.
I IV UlI
t In riffltilui
JUdl! " LT,(iriirmlurnI furl. S nail an-Km
l;.. rmnkllii St., Itnlllnmrc, Mil.
CjA11 pi miinc hure Iritle niMk tod itgbttura of Dr 3 Dt
i itt on rtt"
SCpt. .9, 'TO ly.
M w .t.co.
KstabliBhcdln 1872 for tho cure
OI llllltcr, lUIIIDIH, lIlttTH,
SlTDtlll.l. nml Skill DlSOflBCB.
wit bout tho ii ro of kuifo or Josa cf Moutl aud littto
Itiiiu. i or luronuatiou, ctrcuiara ana rcii'reuct'B,
address Dr 1'. J i'U.NU, Aurora, hauo Co., 111.
H'pt. 19, 'TO ly. J W & CO.
5PaTjA RTICl TRTTSR
Ymm?f?ift'ft Hm TJ dlfff rins from all olhr, i
.TT- - -3!r- tup-hi, wllh hnlf-Adjuitinft lull
in lieraia n u idcnrrir Snw am
Uln. Jt il O irabliri Ichcap, ht-til tt null, l.ruuUri
tggicsion iruss un.. tnicaao, ill.,
feept. U, 'TJ ty, w t eo.
can bocureiUiy tho continued us of (iMnim'sCod
I-lCr I'll UUIl IJICIU IMlOSpiHlH! UI 1 .11 1 If, 11 UU1U IUI
fonumntlon. rouchs t'ulils. Asthu.-i. lironchitls.
undnllK'iolnlnus dt-f.isi.'s. AM; yuur aruutrMfor
ct-iiium s ana take nn oilier, ir no ims noi got, u
I send l tottlt) anywhere on leet'lnt of $1,
tend for ClreuUr. CIIAS. A. OMI'N.
13 ben-nth Avenue, Now York.
.nov xi, .y.-tim i w & co.
Comt. stnolnnd ll'iok, only fl-io
to f 2-t5. nrnn, t:t Mnp-i, aw-ts
lU't'ds, 2 Kru'f swul s. t(Hil and
Hook, only t-sT'ii. s Kton or
gan, stool Itook. only f :i.T5. t'treul.tr sent Tree,
Adiln-ss, ilL'NNEI.L .t MI1.LKK. Uwlstuwn, Pa,
Jaun im who
Tho rat'tlicino sold for n small mnnrln aboxeihi
roit of compounding. All r.w.s tiviiii'd hy specl.il
Uli S. II. COLLINS, nr
Mrs. s. K. Collins, La 1'oito lud
fob c-cm wico
FARMERS SSllS S50 to 100
i'ek month ilurlnjr winter nml snrlnir. Kor full iur
tlcuUirs uJJruss, .1. r. Mi critliv S t'o., 1'Mluddr.ula
l'a. v & co foo to l m
AllENIS I'llonT I'KIl WEEK- Wit
,nroo Iter forf-'H -i'n. ti nutni
llree. Ji (i. IJIIilXiL'l' ,c CO.. 21s
i uiion Mreet .New vol k, v. w x co feu 50)m
q .month-. fo.initH ijirge, lilusirated pa
o per ciiMMoNlUl'Koi'I.i: A jear. si.im
AOCNTh VANTi:i). 11. l IIamInus, 47 I'olulllll
febia, tm, &a
nYVfinLI of ItLrilmtr.
l'.lmtt, In.l.in;,rr LIUi r .t
1'ilcHtl.at Ih'HinK'N I'iln
utiiiit-diiiiii rt'li. t, cim s cnej
of luntr ntniidiiitf lu 1 vcik,
anil (irdinnrr rnv$ ln8 lJ)i.
nfillTIflN 'T er:'Vn4
vruj per )n frin(fl un it tn tihirk u Jit of .SVonn au I
Jtr, J. r.JI'lirr's n nururr, l'Ai-i. 1 n YxiItTu. H'tlij
uy aiiuraritiiiiit, rm i'jr mau ijr j, r.nit im.M.IL
l'rw,r.,b. S.(-ur, 'luiitU aud Art,U hUt., l'UUju,,l'ti
GILMORE & CO.,
Pensions, Inei ensc of Pensions,
u"Tsn1lVrs.rp'ro.Cuu!daa''1,, holUU'ra 'ma
Address with stamp,
llll.MOUK & ().,
ISushinuton, 1), c.
WM. P. nODINK,
IUON ST., IIEUIW MI 'ONI), 1U.OO.MS11UIKI, l'A
Is prepared lo do alt kinds of
I'lalu and Ornamental
IIOTII DlXOHATlVi: AND 1'I.AI.ST,
111 UliitU ol riiriiKiii Itcpiilrid
mul imtilc as i;iiil sin iu'v.
NONE HUT FMST-C'I.ASS WOKK51EN 1 JIl'LOYED
Estimates Mario on all Worlt.
WM. K. IiODlNK.
I'OSTKKS, 0., 40.,
Neatly and Cheaply printed at the Coujm
OLD AND RELIABLE, 1
JDn. Sanfoho's Ijiveii ImaonATon
S la n Slamlnnl Family llomotlv for t
t discuses of tho Liver, Stomach .V S J
S nnd Bowels. It is Purely a KT?
jVcgetAulo. It novcr
iDobllitntcs It Is f?fn
i Oathartlo and A
5f .W . 0'
r .il'-.iWl . Vkv I A atf" I
v. w.'.vei . v
2 v '. nvnu' fs-..n"
n -M - . r ... inu.'- i
' htts been nseJS
In my practicoS
97 and by tho public. S
lor more than 85 years 2
"im uuuw.i;uuaieii ICBlutB.
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
TOKTlIKltN OENTliAL KAILWAY
W1XTKU T1MK TAIII.K.
On and after SiiDday, Juno 23, 167S, tlio trains
on IliuriilladolpUlaA trio lia'lroad Division will run
ns follows :
Erlo Hall leaves Philadelphia 11 a pm
" " llnrrlshurn 4 2.1 aiu
" " Wllll.nmport 3.inin
" " Jersey Mioru li (ii n in
" " Xick llaien IMOnin
' " lienoto li o am
" nrrleatErlo 7 5spin
Niagara Eipresslcaics Philadelphia iki n m
" " llarrlsbitiv llitliani
" nrr. at WIIHamsport 2 25 pin
" " Ijiek llaien 3r.i)pm
Fast Lino loaves Philadelphia 11 no a m
" llairlsburif 8 8.1 p in
" arrlvo nt Wllllamsport 7 25 pm
" " Lock Union 8 40 p m
raclflc Express leaves Lock Haven 7 (0 n m
" " Jersey M,oro 7 33 a in
" " vt llliamsport s 15 n m
" arrlie at HarrlsburL' 1205 pm
" " 1'hlladclphTa 3 40 ji m
Day Kiprcss leaves
" Iick Haven II 2i a in
" -' V llllamsport 12 40 pm
" arrlvo at IlntrlsbiirL' 4 lop in
' ' 1'lillodelplil.i 7 211 p in
Erlo Mall leaves ltcnoio n 40 pin
" " Iick Haven uriopm
" " Wllllamsport 11 lop 111
" arrives at llarrlsliurc i 45 am
" " 1'lilladelpliU 7 no a in
Fast Lino leaves Wllllamsport 12 35 am
" arrives at llarrlsbtirgr 8 fa a m
" " l'MUlelphla 7 41) a 111
Eric Mall westand Day Express Kast mako clovo
connectloniiatNortliutulivrhiiuliiltliL.fi II. 11, li.
trains for llkesbarrc and scranton,
Erie Mall West, Niagara Express West and Fast
Lino West mako closo connection nt WUllomsport
with N. C. II. W. trains north.
Niagara Express West and Day Express East
make closo connection nt Lock U men with II. E. V,
It. 11. trains.
Erlo Mali east and West connect at Krlo with
trains on L. s. .t M. s. H. It. ; nt uorry w 1th O. c. fi
A.V.H.H.; at Emporium with U.N. V. & V. It. 11.
and at Driftwood with A. V. It, It.
I'arlor cars will run between l'hllalelphla and
Wlllamsport on Niagara Kxpiess west, and Day Ex
press Unit, r-lecplnf cars on all night trains.
WM. A. 11ALDWIN,
VTOUTHKliN CEXTIIAL JtAILWAY
on and after November sotb, 1573, trains will leavo
Erlo Mall 5.20 a. m., arrive Elmlra 11 .5
" C'anandalgua. . 3.35 p. m
Kochestcr 5.16 "
Niagara 9 41) "
Henovo accommodation ll.lo 11. m. an lie Wlliluun.
port 12.55 p. tn.
Elmlra Mall 4.16 a. m., arrliu Elmlra 10.20 a. m.
Ilurfalo Express 7.15 a. m. arrlio llufTalo b.so a ur
Uuffalo Exprcos 2.50 a. m. arrlio llarrlsbursr
Elmlra Moll 11.15 a.m., arrlio Harrlsburgl.M)
" Washington lo.st
" llaltlnioro 0.30
burg 10.50 p. m.
" Washington 0.13
Erlo Mall 12.65 a. m. arrlvo Harrlsburg 3 05 a. m,
" Baltimore 8.40 "
" Washington 10.35 "
All dally except Sunday.
D. M. 110VD, Jr., (Jencral Passenger Agcn
A. J. CASSATT, General Manager
piULADKU'lIA AND HEADING KOAD
AKHANUEMENT OF PASSENGE11
May 11, 1870.
TB1IKS ta.VE HlTkHT IS IOU0W8(8CNDAYEXCI!rUD
For New York, Philadelphia, lteadlnir. I'ottbvllle
Tarnaqun, c., 11,45 a. m
lor Catawlssa, 11,45 a. in. 7,21 nnd 7,S5 p. m.
For Wllllamsport, 0,23 0,05 a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
TKllNS I'OH KCrEBI LEAVE AS FOLLOWS, (SUKDAr EX
Leavo New York, 8,45 a. ra.
Leavo l'hlladelplda, 9,45 a. m.
Leaio Heading, 11,55 a, in., I'ottsvllle. 12,39 p. m
andTamaqua, 1,35 p. m.
i-eai e cauw ls,sa, 0,20 8,60 a. m. nnd 4,01) p. in.
Lcai e Wllllamsport ,9,45 a.m.2,15 p. m. and 4,50 p. m
l'assengers to and from New-York-nnd 1'hiiadil-
phla go througa w ithout change of cars.
J. K. WOOTTEN,
C. a, Hancock, "eneral Manager
General Ticket Agent,
Jan. I, isio tf.
Tlme-Table No. 39, Takes effect at 4:30 A
MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1878.
p.m. p.m. a.m
a.m. p.m. p.m
V SO 4 IV
8 6s 3 II
8 61 8 411
8 40 8 41
. West Huston...
IU u u
2 10 li Ul
2 2i 6 25
2 3il 0 31
10 07 2 49 0 M
10 IS 8(5
10 83 3 15
8 10 7 13
8 23 3 20 8 65
,i imoum.. ..
10 29 3 16 7 25
8 12 3 12
8 04 3 01
Lllunlotk's t reek.'
..... lierwlck ....
4 18 9 06
4 29 7 23
4 83 7 SU
4 42 7 44
CM) 1 61
0 46 1 40
6 Oil 6 60
11 VI 1 27
b in s 21
9 18 9 61
6 45 .Northumberland,
12 45 6 45 V to
p.m. p.m. a.m.
. W. F. HALs'tEAD,
Superintendent's omco.'scfanton, Juuo lb, isis
AlNWItlOIIT & CO.,
TEAS, HYIturs, COFFEE, SDQAI1, JlOLAbSES,
I1ICE, briCI8, B1CABB B0DA, Ac, Ac.
N E. Oornerseconl and Arch streeta,
Mrordeni wui reoolTO prompt attention.
'rn- . a7 Br IU M Ul
c-""'"' a a mm "
i qs k; t
J,V SEND FOR CIRCULAI1.;
iS. T.W, SANFORD, ,1KSS!
J, iiTmirci.nrtiLlTEl.i. toe iti nut TiniiT. J
April is, u-iy.