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I THE COLUMRTAN
couJMBii DnanoiiT,BTR or Tim Noam inn em
I lssuod wcokly, orory Friday morning ,at
i liwiojioiiuiit, tutiU.MlIIA COUNTY, PJl,
w.ioap) Hi nWnnoj, To subscribers nut ir the
Bounty mo terms nro per year, strictly in n-nan
So piper discontinued, o.tcept at llio option of IS
puhlllMiop, until nil nrrcaraers nro pule I, i"l "one
continued croillti after tUo expiration of the first
year will not bn given.
All papers sent out of I ho Rtato or to distant pou
allocs must bo nal.l for In advance, unlraa a respon.
ull'lo person In Commiila county assumes to pay the
i itiicrlritloii duo on demand. 1 '
mr MlU Is no longer oxactrid from subscrlbcrsln
, job 3?K.i3sraii3sro-.
I Tiio.tobblciflMpjirtmcritif thol'otCMintNltrcrv
leomplfto, and oitr.f li rrlntlntr will cmnpnro favora.
Iwrwlt ii'nt oftholarco cllir.,. All work-done on
1 It. MtOUKWAY,
Coi.cmbian ltuit.uir.ct, Moomsburif, I'a.
Vrmh'T of llio United States Law Atsorlatlmi
OllcclOns marto In any part of America cr Luronc,
o.'t. li HiD.
K. WALL Bit,
omco, second door ftom 1st National Hank.
Jan. II, H7s
J U. I'lbSfC,
A ttornoy-nl -1 jw.
onico In Ent's licit niKci.
Q If AW.J.IlLrClLvT,Ewi
or.lco on Main street, first doorbclowi'ourtlttmso
JOHN M. CLAHK,
(imco over Schuyler's Hardware sture.
P V. lilLLMLYKK," "
' ATTOltNKY AT LAW.
Omen-In Hat man's DuUlln,?, Itatn stii'rt,
K. II. MTTIIt. KOB'T. H.UTIin.
J II. & 11. 11. LITTLE,
omceln lirowcr'stmtldtncacconrt iloor.room No.
l. Hloomsbuiir, I'a.
onlec corner of Centre and Main Streets. ClatU's
(Jan bo consulted in German.
Jan. lii, 'Si-tf
1 r.o. U. r.LWKLL.
A T TO It N E Y-A T-L A W,
Cou'MDUN llcit-mso, llloomsburs, Pa.
Merrlior of llio United States Law Association,
Collections made In any rart of America or Europe
oct. 1, is;g.
U 8. W1NTKKSTKKS'.
KNOUU h WINTEHSTEKN,
A ttoi'ii oy t-s-nt-Lav.
onico In llnrttnm's Mock, Corner Main and Mar
ket streets, lHoomsljurfc', Pa.
JSyVniHi and Hounllo Collected.
p.UJL K. WIHT,
(iniee In P.roucr's I'.lock, one door below Cot cmihak
July 10, VI tt
T "lUJOKINT.IIAM, Altornev.nt-Iw. OC
JLv.tlce, 11.. I. CUtk's winding, :l story room n.
Iliiwiinburi. "my T, wt f
1 li. l'.AKKLEY, Altorni'y-at.Law. OIUe
, in nrower & uuiiciinu, vmi nurj, iwimo n. a
Ii. 110 II I SOX, AUoniPV-nt-Law. Ollice
t. VM. M. HKnKR,SiiriH)n ami Physi
cian, onico Market tin et. Near depot.
T It. EVANS, M. ., Hit rKeon anil I'livsi
t) . clan, (Ofllco and ltesldence on Third stiect,
' It. MrKELVY, M. I)., Sureon and l'liy
. slclau.northsldoMaln street, below Market.
It. J. C. ItUTTEIt,
PHYSICIAN .t SUUCIEON,
Ofilee, North Market street,
Oct, 1, T9. llloomsburff, Pa.
Qlt. I. L. HAItn,
Main street, opposite Episcopal Church, Ulooms
IV Teeth extracted without pain.
Oct. 1 1S7'J
DWILMOT CONNEIl. M. I)., I'llYSl
.CIAN and hUPilEON. sieelnl attention t'litn
lii mo Diskasrs and pkikits of the Lyk, lUa
Takoat and sckokhy In all Its varlo s br.int hes.
tv Also carefully odjubts tbo li E with PKOI'KII
f 8-10 a. m.
llour.s 31:30 p. m.
(7 8 p. in.
.1 1 i:ni,l Mriu'l, llliiniii"bnrtf, Pu.
July lo, 'fo-if
M. DItlNKElt, GUN and LOCKSMITH,
mi Ins Machines and Machinery ol all kinds re-
d ilred. ui eha IIoisk llullJln?, llloomi,bur(r, Pa.
AVID LOWENKEHG, Merchant Tailor
Main St., aboe Central Hotel.
8. KlUIN, ilealer In Meal, Tallow, etc.,
Centre street, between second and Third.
4 UGUSrUri l'KKUNl), l'raclical liutnw
Ifl). 14, IK-tf
i Horse and Cow Doctor, llloomsbuti;, Pa,
li HJmN'o. 15, urKKAllocsi Iicn.ii)a, Iiloomsbure.
...iu iriuuii'u iiuu (K-iiru u iiioin.iv. ,.........
Slldp In KicliunKe Pluck, second lluor, oer Peter
jlioss' saloon, respeiifiill) soll.'llsthe iiatrnouiit'eof
uia uiuLUfiU'lllfr UliU UI IUU IIUU11U l-Ul-JUllj
M. L. UYEI1LY,
Colli ctlons promptly mado and remitted, onice
'a t t o h n e Y-A t-l a w ,
Catan Issa, Pa.
onico, corner of Third and Main Streets.
Hit n fir T fS 1 Lareest stock In New
I AKMk I V York city, Umi-kt Pries,
VHII' tm I O f COUolStlUl! Of MCHlUlltfS,
yutoui, Ajmiusure'elveta. llody and Tapestry
liriissels, 'I hriu plys and lusralii cariiets (with bur
dera to mauh), Cll-Clotha (all widths), Mattings,
LACK cmtTATNS, jl.oo iwr pair, to the llnest
HEAL LACK Imported.
1S3 b HI Slilli Ave., cor. 13th L, N. V
March go, em, abit-o.
AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANIES!
torto Amenean of Ptli)lp!ila, pa
franklin, of " "
Pennsylvania of "
f armera of York, Pa.
Hanover of New York,
umoe on Market street No. , Uloomsourj-, I'a,
l-OHTKlia, a, 0.,
NMtl; and" Cheaply printed at tbo OoLUU
" ---"-i -
0, E. EtiWELL. 1
J IT BITTEinrHTirn I Proprietor.
J. it. wii.H3EHDEIJ, ""i11""".
Mar or rnuMiVKs
to in: AWAiinr.li ny tub
ColonilM Cony Apiciural Sociely
TWENTy-ElITU ANNUAL FAIR,
TO BR HELP AT
Wcanosaay.ThvarsdayrridAy & Saturday
OUTOIIiat lit I I, r,, l KJ.lsso.
CLASS I HoitSKS,
lllVIMON 1 srAl.i.inss.
.Tiiilgcs .liiini's (). W.-inic'P.Sui.t.iiri'ii-r.V
L:t.:utii, I'r.mk Yocimi.
Iii'sl lilodtlt'd Hallion, sil) 1)1)
.Sfconil Lost, " ,-, (m
ik'Kt st.'illion for all woik, H 00
Siroiul Lost, . ,,
Lost stallion cult not over I years, 4 00
Second best, oi,
1'liinl best, Ameiieati Airncnllinift.
in vision-2 liRAt'tnir nouses amimiii:.
Mulijt's CIi.ih, lteieliiitt, Supt.j Daniel
...it., .fuiiivn HjUiilUllliCiyL'r.
llest pr. iltauglit horses or mares,
style and streniitli, tr, oo
Seeond liest, ;j ()()
1UVIS10N I! CAlIItlAOi: 1101ISI-S AST. l H'ls
.Tnd'-i'S Win. O. l:icliait,Siint..riiiliii
Creaiv, T. M. Menpcli.
I Jest pr. earriai'u liorses or mares. 00
Second bust, y -,o
Tliiidbesl, Am. Air.
Lest smi'Io can la-'e liorso or maris I 00
Seeond best, oil
Third best, Am. An.
DIVISION I COLTS, IIIlOOIl MAKES AMI
Judges Wm. tasteller, Sunt.: (!eo.
Uiei-eli, l'liilip II. .Miller.
Ue.-t brood mare, colt by her side. $." 00
Second best, ;i 00
Third best, Am. A'.
Lest horso or mare between three
and four years, :t oo
Second best, 2 00
Thiid best, Am. Ag.
Uest mare or gelding between two
and thieu years, a 00
Second best, Am. Ay.
Tli'ud best, Farm Journnl.
Lest hor.-c or mare cult between one
and two years, 2 00
maro colt under ten
Uest horse or
1 hird best,
Uest pr. match colts under 1 years
broken to harness, it 00
Second best. 2 00
Third best, Am. Air.
lust pair of nudes, ;i 00
Second best, 2 00
Thocmiitnltieecf this clais will carefully notice
all m. i ItorlniH sp ins or teiuns.not mentioned aouve,
and lepott the sumo to tho Itcttstnir Committee for
premiums, iw: Teannor ponies, go.us, noj;s kc.
Exhibitors under Hits class will have their hnriea
on tlie ground sytcn o'clock Thuisday mornlii);,
neu iney win oe exaniineu.
CLASS II CATTLE,
Judges John Zaner, Sunt.; Luther
ICer, (ieo. 1. Learn.
Uest bull, $10 00
Second best bull, .' 00
IJe.-t cow 2 years and upwards, 'I 00
est heiler lietwcen 1 and 2 years .1 00
l!est bull calf tinder ten months II 00
Uest heifer under ten mouths, 2 00
Uest bull, 10 00
Second best bull, .'. 00
Uest bull calf under ten months, 2 00
" cow two years and upwards, ."i 00
" heifer between 1 and 2 years, It Oil
" " under ten months, "J 00
Uest bull, 10 00
Second best bull, . 00
Uest bull calf under ten months, 00
" cow.t wo ears and upwards, ,",00
" heifer between 1 and - years, :l 00
" " under ten months, 'J 00
(ilt.Vllf.ll SIOl K.
Uest bull, 00
Second best, a "0
Uest bull under ten months, 1 00
" cow 2 years and upwards, I! 00
" heifer between 1 and 2 years, 1 00
" " under ten months, 1 00
nti i: oiocic.
Utst bull, 3 00
Second best, Am. Ag.
Uest cow, : 00
Second best, Am. Ag.
Exhibitors villliattt Ihelr stoik readv for the
Jiidyvs tu examliiii by ten o'clocka. m..oa Thursday,
and to ruualn until li u'cloek in. ou Saturday.
CLASS III SWINK.
Judges Douglas Hughes, Supt.; fieo.
W. Miller, Klisha Uingrose.
Uest brood sow and pigs, 0 or more, !?0 00
Second best, -1 00
Uest boar, '' 00
Second best, X 00
Uest brood sow, 00
Second best, 2 ''0
Uest lot of pig, 8 or more, under
S weeks, I 00
Second best, Am. Ag.
CLASS IV S1IKK1'.
Judges Kmanuel Lazarus, Supt., T.
H. Sands, David .Miinson.
Uest buck, !?" 00
Second best, a oO
Third best, Am. Ag.
Uest ewe, U 00
Second best, - 00
Third best, Am. Ag.
Uest lot of lambs, not less than S, 00
Second best, - 00
Third best, Am. Ag.
CLASS V I'OULTUY.
Judges Tims. Webb, Supt.
Cadiiiaii, T. W. l'uisel.
Uest fut ty pound tuikey,
" pair turkeys,
Uest trio Leghorns,
" " black Spanish,
" " bull' (!ochiu,
" l'lyinoutli liocks,
Uest and largest display, 1 00
Second best, l''rm Journal,
CLASS VI-OHAIN, .SKUl'S AND
Judges J. II. Oeary, Siit.f
Cole, 1C U. Drcisbaeh.
Uest fifty lbs. wheat Hour,
Uest fifty Ihi. buckwheat Hour,
Uest half bushel eluu'r seed,
Uest half bushel timothy seed,
Uest bushel whlto wheat,
I bird best, l''arm Journal.
Uest bushel red wheal, . 2 00
Second best, i (-()
Third l.t'M, ,iirm J,,,,,.,,.,.
Uest bushel rye, no
Second best, ,k)
Uest bushel oats', 00
Uest bushel corn, different varieties, SO
" bushel buckwheat, 1 00
" twelve stalks and corn, 1 00
C LASS V II V lit 5 K'l'A I ! LICS.
Judges John Divscher, Supt.; Frank
Ilagenbttch, Thomas .McOraw.
Uest and largest display of potatoes,
t half bushel of each variety, 2 00
Second best. a... a,.
1!... . I... .1.1 " -m
i'im imsiici pouuoes,
Seeond best, .
liest half liushcl sweet potatoes
raised by cshibitor,
Uest busht'l Held turnips.
nan iiusnel nilaliagas. "
" " " sugar beets,
" " " mangle wittzel, "
" " " beets, "
" " " carrots. "
" " " parsnips, u
" " ' onions,
" Jieek hops, Kami Journal
" diizeii mangoes, ,-,()
" ieck Iniuiitoes, "
" lialfdo.eti vegetable oysters, "
" half dozen squashes, in
" half-doeu heads of cabbage, "
" Held pumpkins,
" balf doen citrons, "
' three bunches celery, "
Uest four egg plants, ' V,-,
" two dozen peppers, f,o
'' two ipiaits lima beans,
" two ipiatts bulter beans, '
' two dozen radishes, "
" thiee watermelons,
" i ieek peas,
" peck onion sets, "
" cactus, 7,-,
" lemon or orange tree. 2 00
" three beads eauliHower, SO
Persons cranraitliuf Tor prtmlums on the larirest
and List display of potatoi s will not bo allowed a
premium on the same heparan lv.
CLASS VIII K KIT IT.
Judges M. II. I'ctly, Supl.j Samuel
Kanip. Samuel Oigger.
Uest display of winter, not less than
S vaiieties, 0 of each. 82 00
Seeond best, Am. Ag.
Lest looking peck of fall or winter
apples, i 00
Seeond best, Farm Journal.
Uest keeping winter apples, h bus. 1 00
' fall apples, not less than J bus. "
Uest flavored peck fall or winter apples "
nest quart yellow Mlietiatt eralis, so
" led " ' . "
Uest display dwarf or standard, live
vaiieties, sk of each, 2 00
Second best, Am. Ag.
Uest looking half-dozen, any kind, SO
" llav., most juicy half-dozen. '
" largest halt dozen, dwatf or
standard, fall or winter, '
Uest disjilay of any kind, five van
ities, si"of each. 2 00
Lest flavored and most juicy I doz. SO
Uest and finest looking half dozen, "
' and largest yaiiety doz. each, '
Uest dozen, 1 00
Second best. Farm Journal.
Uest display, wild or cultivatcd,(hot
house excluded,) live vaiieties, 2 00
Second best, Am. Ag.
Uest six cltlsteis of Concord, St)
" " Delaware, "
" " I'liiitou, "
" " Isabella, "
" " Hartford l'rolilic, "
" " lona, "
" " Adirondac, '
" Kebeeea, "
' " Yoik Madeira,
Uest display, not less than two vaii
eties, one dozen each, SO
Uest display, any kiud.not less than
two varieties SO
CLASS VIII DIVISION 2.
Judges Thos. .MeUtidc, Supt.; Isaac
Dyer, Lewis Koat.
CI I Ks I'M Ts.
Uest quart, SO
lllilLII I Ki ll'.
Uest quait dried applis, SO
" ' pears, "
" " " quinces, "
" " " Jieacbes,
" " " cherries, pitted,
' " " unpitled '
" " " raspbenies,
" ' ' blackbenies, '
" " " dewberries, "
" " " whotlleberries, "
" " ilums, "
" " ' tn tchers, '
' piuties, "
The fruit not to be remoM'd until theclOTeof the
evlilbliluu,and paillcular care to I e observed by all
persons that the same Is not Injured.
CLASS IX WIN ICS AND LIQUOKS.
Judges William Jacoby, Snjt. ; Klias
Ilendeishott, Dr. C. Lenker.
Uest quait currant wine, SO
" " blackberry Mine, '
" " grape wine, "
" " eheiry wine, "
" " rye whiskey, "
' " cider vinegar, "
CLASS X DO.MKSTIC .MANl'FAC
TrKKS. Ill VISION 1.
Judges I. II. Seeshollz, Supt.j Mrs,
A. W. drover, Mrs. Jacob Veager.
Uest loaf of bread,
Seeond best loaf of bread,
Uest roll of liutter.It lluor inoro
Uest apple pie,
" peach pie,
' pumpkin or squash pie,
" itiinco pie,
" Lemon pie,
" grape pie,
" sponge cake,
" eoeoanut cake,
" pound cake,
" fruit cake,
" K'"fiul' cake,
CLASS X JKLLIRS.I'KICSKUVES
CANNKD FKUIT, .to.
Judges Cha's Campbell, Supt.; Mrs
J. M. Dowitt, Mrs. S. Knustciboder.
Uest samples of fiuit jelly, new,
" canned fiuit, diflcivnt kinds,
(not less than one. quart each)
Uest sauiphs piv.Mi'vcs,(iiotless than
ono quart) new, SO
BLOOMSBUIIG, PA., FRIDAY , S15PT13MBER
Uest cucumber pickles, new
" vaiiety iekles,ncw,
" quart apple butter, new,
" " pencil butter, new,
" " grape butler, new,
" " plum butler, new,
Uest cured ham,
" saintiles yeast,
" hard soap,
" soft soap,
" gallon nia)ile molaises,
CLASS XI HOUSKUOLD
Judges Mart. Ilnusokiici'hl Snnl
Mrs. Harry Thomas, Mrs Seth Shoema
Uest ten yards llannel,
" ten vnids woolen cloth,
" tell yards catiiel,
" ten yards plain linen,
" knit wool stockings,
" knit cotton stockings,
" knit wool mittens,
" home made cheiuise,
Uest pair woolen blankets,
" pair linen sheets,
" hand made night dress
" lialeh quilt by gill under
lit yea is,
CLASS XII XF.KDLKWOKIv AND
Judges J. D. Uodine. Supt.
Maggie lrvin, Mrs. ,1. 11. Vastine.
Uest knit quilt,
" suit of clothes,
" telling work,
" silk embroidery,
" cotton enibroidety,
" worsted embroidery,
" hand made lace,
" worsted mat,
" cotton mat,
" worked slippers,
" fancy iiin cushion,
" head dress,
' afghau or laf robe,
" sample needle work, Silver Thimble
CLASS X I I-OU NAM ICNTAL; WO 1 ! IC.
Judges John Appleman, Supt.; Mirs.
Kate.Mears, Mrs. K. K. Ikeler.
Uest specimen bead work. 1 0!)
" " shell work, "
" " burr work, "
" " leather work, "
" " hair work. "
" " wax woik, '
" moss Mink, '
CLASS X 1 1 1-FIN K Al TS, 1 'F.XMA N
SIII1' AND DKSKJNS.
Judges Joseph (iarrison, Supl.
C. !!. Urockway, Mrs. Dr. Mears,
Uest oil painting,
" specimen penmanship.
" " book binding,
" " wood graining,
'" " letteiing on marble,
" " sign painting,
" disilay piinting,
" transpaienl painting,
CLASS XIII FLO WKKS
1 1 1
Judges T.IomI l'a.xtou, Supt.; Mrs. T.
O. ( 'lees, Mrs. 'Kllie IK-ss.
Uest display of flowers,
Uest collection dahlias,
" spec, house plants in bloom
" hang, basket with growing plants
CLASS XIV VKUICLHS.
Judges John S. Mensch.Supt. ; Amos
U. Ilaitman, Wm. J. Knorr.
" family eariiage,
" open buggy,
" top liuggy,
" farm wagon,
" spring wagon for farm use,
" spring wagon for pleasure,
" skelitou wagon,
CLASS XV AtiKICULTlTKAL
l'LKMICNTS, MAC1I1NKKV, Ac.
Judges Sylvester l'utsel, Supt.; S,
Ilagenbueb, Frank Derr.
Uest light hand plow,
" lelt hand plow,
" right and left hand plow,
" corn plow,
" square drag,
" one-horse cultivator,
' two-horse cultivator,
two-horse corn planter,
" one horse corn planter
" thresher and separator com.
" mower and reaper,
" hay folk,
" iortitblc cider press,
" clover liuller,
" sausage grinder,
" wahing maehiue,
" clothes wringer,
" grubbing hoe,
" set miner's picks,
" iairof fore and hind horsu
Uest ax handle,
Uest grain cradle,
" fanning mill,
" corn sheller,
" straw and fodder cutter,
" bay tender,
Any neiv or meritorious Implements-exhibited and
not provided for in IhoforoKolmr class, the Judnes
may report ilin merits of the samu for premiums ui
the KcWslotf t'ommlltoe,
CLASS XVI-STOVKS, TINWAKK,
Judges (i, A. l!uckiiigham,Supt.;S. 1J.
Khawn, (ieo. Smith.
Uest cooking stovo with fixtiues,
" jiarlor btovo with fixtures,
' variety tinware,
" variety eaitheuware,
" set tutilieial teeth,
" display of inarblo woik.
C LASS XVII -t'AUI N KT V Al ( 1
S I IO KM A K KltS. TANK KKS.AC.
Judges T. IC. Harder, Supt.; Harvey
Hess, I'hilip Unangst.
Uest set double draught harness,
" " cairiage harne.ss,
" single carriage harness,
" jiair calf boots,
" jmir kip boots,
" pair miner's shoes,
" dressing stand,
" disjilay cabiiiftware,
" set Windsor chaim,
" set sjiring scat chaim,
" rooking chair,
" half-dozen broottw,
" two sides solo leather,
two sides kip leather,
" two calf skins,
" filinqilo brick,
CLASS XVHI-ltKKS AND LI'.K
Judges Thomas Hageiiluieh. Supt .
Aaron Smith, Hlias Sliumau.
Uest swarm Italian bees,
Uesl swatm black bees,
Uest display while clover honey,
Uest display buckwheat honey,
Uest jar extracled honey,
Uest box- honey, S lbs or more,
The bees and honey tol.avo bewn tho proliieo of
the exhlnltr.rs. '
CLASS XIX MUSICAL INSTKIT.
MKNTS AND SKWING MACHINKS.
A suitable pi eo In tho bulldliK will be s.'t apart
for I lie exhibition of aillclcs mured In this clist.
CLASS XX UAUIKS.
Judge. Mrs. W. II. Abbott, Supt.;
Mrs. Dr. A. 1'. Keller, Mrs. (Jco. W.
Divisbueh.Mrs. Dr. T. V. Mt-Hwirv, Mrs.
M. W. Jackson.
Prettiest baby under one year
preiniuni.ehild's cairiage w tilth 810 00
CLASS XXI MUSIC.
Uest band in tho county, sji,-, 00
""n '' L'",:,lH,u',lt Jii'-ls-ci Hlllbose-
CLASS XXII KQUKSTKIANISM.
Judges Frank Fiuil, Supt.j Joseph
ICnelly, Dr. Wm. Kobbins, Miss Vine
Uetz, Miss Sadc Vastine.
Uest female cquestiiaii, S 00
Second best, ' 2 SO
Saturday at li n o'llork.
CLASS XXIII TKIALS OF SPK1CD.
lion 'I'. Jeff. Vandersliee,Supt.; I. IC.
Dildine, Daniel Mori is, Joshua Fetter
man, F. K. Jackson.
ClU NTY SPOUTINIl LIST rilLKsllAY AT 1
Uest horse or mare between I and 8
yeais old, in the county, that can
trot a mile in harncss,"in 3' min
utes, s!2S 00
Second best, IS 00
Thiid best, () 00
l i:iiiav, 10 o'clock, a. m.
Uest colt under I years, in the coun
ty, that can trot a mile, in harness
in I minutes', $10 00
Second best, S 00
Third best. it 00
pai:v.i:i:s i.ist, i mow
Uest trotting boisc or
I o clock l'.
mare in the
county, that never was on any
track before, S 00
Second best, 10 00
Third best, ,-, oo
smpuihv 1 o'ciock, OPP.N to 1.L.
Uest trotting hoisu or mare. SI 00 00
Second best, (io 00
1 hud best, 2S 00
All enirunco fees must lm paid before tho entry
lll be mailo Kiitrancc fee ten lier lent or purse.
Not Kss Ihnn four i litrles to make a race. .Ml trials
to lie dectilnl by the best tbne out eflUe heats.
Horses trot tine In 1 he Farmers"! rot. will Ik plli.ilil.,
to tho tree to all. llorsts ellt'lblo to the County
snoinnir List can c-nttrln i he rri'e in nil. Tim en.
tries to tlw Farmers"! lot, will closo at 12 ocloek;
Friday noon. Lntnesin Saturday's me,, will eins,
Miturday at 12 u'cloek noon, in llio tree lo all i:in
must bo made omoprenilumwlllbeawarded.
nri.r.s anii Kr.iii'LA'iio.Ns.
i. All persons haMiur nrlleles for exhibition or
cnmirt'tttlon must secure Lxhlb-tor's ihecksut tho
Assuel it Ion bi tore, entering them.
V. -Minors can become exhibitors when their pa
rents hae exhibitor's checks.
a. The Held of eompi ntion Is open to all. Tersons
from other count lis and Slates can tiecoine exhibi
tors on the same terms nscltlicnsnf this count v.
4. All niilcles unireil for competition must be
owned by thocompetltorfor sudos. Kruhs. ipre
tabh s, llowcrs, ten., must be prow n by the eompetl
tor.and all manufaeturid articles must be made by
6. No horse or maro will be elicit le to enter Farm
ers' IW or County sponlnj; List, under Irlals of
speed, unless owned by the competitor tntrtyaajs
previous to the Fair.
a. Alt stock entered must be what It Is teprcsent.
ea to lie, or pii tnlums vtu he foifelted.
7. All artleh smr exhibition or competition must
iKl entirill tlV ft O'clock It. in . On U I ilmn.,!.iv llin
13' h. and remain on the Kiound until Mturdav at IS
o'clrsk, M. when theywillbe at the disposal ol the
s. no rambling or trameof chie.ee rf any kind
whatetcrwm bo allowed upon or In the vlcltiltv of
the fair iirouads. And lor tlie punyiso of preentloir
the nnmtliin of tiny person to llio grounds wllfi
(.Mines of chance, and to prn lde for In, extmlslou of
anv who shall by snv means sain admission, t her
Willie a license ranttd load persons enterlm: with
exhibitions ur for lliepurponeof sidllni,' any aril?Ies,
by the Librarian of tho Association, st his discre
tion, If the object of admlsstun Is lawful and proiier,
upon the pajmenlof such sum as he may deter,
mine, width Hi ei se shall Is roifelte,! and the hold
er thereof drten ruin the trrnunds IratneiJlately
upon Hie detection by tho ubrnrlau, or upon Infor-
iiia'iuiiKl.l-ll mm ) 11UV pi-rsuil, ll I I1H prUCI ICO OI
an (.-aine or i banco or camhltnc by the person
boldlliL' Sill !l Ueel.se. Anil wllliolll. Mcpnsn us nrtrA.
saw, no person wilt be ptrmttted tot-He an exhibi
tion of nt kind for liersimnl profit, ur ,'vni s nnv
art lele for sale noon t he cruiiinls.
li. No license win be granted to slaccs that sell
spirituous or ma't liquors.
in. caution! ah urtlrles exhibited, whetherenta
blesor nut, must birespeiied as private propirt):
und any prson il. teeifd In piirlulnlniror Inlurlni;
tin m, win bu dealt with according to law.
11. .ludires arisilnied to exitmiiiu Hie iiirf.rint
clns-,cs, will confer a favor on the Association by
calltujat the sectetary'a onico early on Thursda)
linn ui in; m uuuun lll-iriieoons.
12. '1 tie repot ts of the srterol Judges must bo
pasMd usin and npprnu'd bv the PeMslnsr Commit
tee before orders will be drawn tor Premiums.
13. Premiums awnnled lojsrsonsresldlnir out of
tbetowmr Plooinsburk-. will bo paid on Him after
noon of the last dav of tlie Pair, bv tits Treasurer,
on prcsen'ment of thilr rroper orders.
on Wednesttay ihe croiinds will be open to tho
public and continue open four daj s,
No person will bets. nnitted to yote at the next
iiuniinl i lection of the Association without produ
clnir his memls-rshtp iiektt.
lUhililun u-ill confer a fimrcnlltc Sucittulij
tcmlinj a Urt of the ailiihn they xtuh lo cihilit, lo
IliC Secretary, tu early a paviUe,lhal liny may
be enteral pr, roiu to Hie firtl day of Ihe fair; or
true Ihtm at Ihe vfite of V. Jeff. Vamlentice,
where they u ill be called fir.
v.. j. .iiein:itr,
P. It. IIAItT.lI IN, See'y, 1're.l.l. nl.
Itiu-Lliurii, Col. t'u., Pa,
1VKII lllsKASK ami ln.ll-
,-estlon prea'l tog greater ex
ent than pioballj un mher
malady, and rillef is alwais
inMousI) sought utter. lithe
Mver Is resu uled In Us action
health Is a'mest lnuilublv sicuied. lnd'),-estton or
nmiii'l a- I it'll in I im n.t i t iiii-w-a iifuuat 111', I OI1&1 )
patlon, Jaundle, Pain in the Miouluer-.i'ouffb. lit.
i ness. sour siumatn. tnd taste tn tho inmub i,n.
Ions utlaeks, pa'i nation of the heart, depiesston uf
spirits or tho blues, and a h iiidrtd ol her symptoms
m .nnitj.i.-, i.i . i.i, i, ...... . ,.i, 19 uio neat n iiieuy
that ba?i er ts-en discovered for these allmi ms,
Itsctainlldlv.erfectiiallr.and U'lito a klmnlM
tabb- exitiipoumL can do no Injurv lu any quantities
that It may be tat en. H Is harmless tuevuywu);
t has lieen used for forty years, ana hundreds from
11 nsrU of llio country will vouch fur Its irmw
B4mreiii ii mg.l: lion. Ale-tan ter ll.stn
Hnliens, of (ieonrla; nuhun
BI.1 V ilriBsi'o 'Trffi n'i i 1
Bllohn It Gordon, It. L Mott,
w it Columbus, uerrcl i, art)
auioiii; tho liiii.ilreUj lowborn we can refer. Ex
I met of a letter troiu Alexander II. Stephens, dited
March s, lsin: "1 oicanonally use when tuycundi.
Ilou teoulres It, Ur. Simmons' Liver Ktk-uUior, with
kisvl elloet. It Is mild, and bulls me belter tui
ilium m-iivtt uiMiti.-int..
it is not the ritmlitv r.utan
iind health. It Is Itin tor r
luah Ulj,'istlon of the rood
taken let It Lu tnnih or
r-wnaaaaaB ime. uitrriuio no not stun
ulaie uiiUiu biouittili io iravu fuutl. but lather as
sist digestion alter eat I nit by taking
SI.1I.1IONS' I.IVHU ltl.Ulll.ATOIt
Orlalunl nud f Jeuulae
MMIlTl'rii OKt.V vt
J. II, lill.JN ,V ft).,
Ptlerll.OO. S-oldbykULVUMbli -.
Tim (Irent llllmiis Or.itoi'on the SIiiiii.
HOW Till! IIP.SIOCIIACY SUfirAI.sIKIl Till!
Prom the Spoech of Hon. Lyman Trumbull, at Hello
Itut I havo not done witli this false
claim of the republican party. 1 proiiose
to day to huryjil so deejiby'fiicls and fig
ures that only the dupes of ileinifruires
can Hinder lie ntjiicd ny it. I'lio Uemo
eratic stale of Missouri alone, in wliich
Mr. Lincoln received but 17,02S votes in
1800 furnished 100,111 men to the Tnion
Army a rrcatcr number than furnished
by all the lepublicaii slaten of Vermont,
Ifliode Island, Minnesota, Xebraska and
Kansas put together. Neither Michigan
Hconsiti nor Iowa furnished as iiliiiv
troois to the Union army as Missouri.
John A. Diy and Daniel "S. Dickson, of
New Cork, Lewi Ca,of Michiaii.aml
Steplien A. Douglass, of this state, all
life limr Democrats iiml leaders of that
iarly, the inomunt Fort Sumpter naa
ttii'ii upon came out in inlilic siieeehes
for the Union, fteii Cass said :
'lie who is not for his country is against
her. Thete is no neutral fjround' lo be
Douglas declared :
There can be no neutrals in litis war
only (nit i lots or traitors. I
expre ss it as my conviction befoio God
that it is the duly of every American
citizen to rally around the Hay of his
The eloquent lakei',then Senator from
Oietron, said :
'W'u are all Democrats, wo arc all l!c
publicans.. We acknowledge tho sover
eignty of tlie people- within the rule of
the constitution, and under that consti
tiitioii and beneath that flag let traitor
Had the Democrats favored the re
bellion as they are now falely charged
by the republicans with haying done, it
must lb-no been ti .sueeess.and Ibisglorious
Union, with its present greatness and
hopes for the fiitiue, must have perished
from the earth,. So far from the Ke-
publican party having put tlown the re-
iieiiion ami saved tne i nton, it was the
patriotic Democrats with Kepublieans,
who rallied to its support and that saved
il, a thing which neither could have done
without the aid of the other. What and
whom would the Hi-publican soldiers of
Illinois have bad to meet had it been
true, as Kepublieans falsely eharged.that
the Democrats of the slate opposed tho
war? As I have shown already, they
would have had to meet, in the 'first in
stance, nearly an equal number of Demo
crats of our own slate, and who would
hae led him ( Generals Grant and Lo
gan, liolh of whom at that tune were
Democrats. The only vote for president
ever cast by General Grant was for
.lames Uiichanati, and General Logan, as
late as lfi02 a inemlier of Congiess, elec
ted by Democrats, and acting with the
Jiemocratiu paitv. 1 do not, mention
this by way of assailing General Grant
or General Logan, both of whom per
formed gallant service for their country.
but they were both Demoeratswhen they
entered the arinv, whatever they may bo
....... it r.i i .i. .
n iHiiiiu mi .i leiieeuon upon
either of thesu geiitlcmen.as it would be,
aim is, upon every true soldier.to say that
he entered the service as a partisan
or for patty purposes. In the language
ol the eloquent Haker, we arc all Demo
crats, we are all Itejiublicans, in our ef
forts to save tlie Union, and no man de
serves the name of patriot who entered
country s service merely lor sel
fish or party purposes. Let us hear no
more of this false claim of Kepublieans
that they crushed out the rebellion. As
well might it he-claimed that the Demo
crats diil it, for without their aid il could
not have been done.
Nor is it true that the Kcpuhlicans
ibiilished slavery. That was the result
of circumstances, and was accomplished
by what is known as tbt- thirteenth
amenilnieiit to tho constitution of the
United States which I had the honor of
repoiting lothe Senate ot the United
States, by which it was passed April S,
mm. ny tne requisite two-tlunls vote,
lint it failed in tlie Houseof Kepresenta-
tives. Ihe vote by which it was de
feated was reconsidered at llio next sess
ion, and it was then passed. So you see
that the claim of the Keptibliean parly
that il abolished slavery ,liko many of it's
other claims, is false.
It seems to mo that nooriirinal Kenub-
lieau who pefors juineiple to paity, right
to wrong, and fairness to dishonesty.
an longer act with such an organiza
tion bete, then shall he go? Can ho
consistently vote the Deinecratic ticket?
Flint party has been out of power twen
ty years, Moro than half its voters, as
well as thoso of the Kepiiblican paity,
have become such since 18(10. It is not,
tlieiefore, composed of the same persons
is were in power at the commencement
ot the war of the, rebellion. It is to-day
the open and avowed advocate of the
principles and policy declared in tho
loiirin ami sixth resolutions ot the Ke
piiblican plat form of 1800. One of tho
Jiinilainental articles ot its creed s ''tho
light of each Statu to order and control
its own domestic institutions according
to its judgment." This does not mean
the light of a state to secedo from tbo
l moil any more than it did when cm-
bodied in the Keptibliean platform of
moo; mil it means utst what it savs:
The light of a state to control its domes
tic affairs without interference bv tho
federal olhcials or a lawless, armed force
under any pi etext whatever. Applause.
i nv 1i.ijhiui.uiit iiaity as sucn was nev
er a secession paity, though some of its
nieniiiers, as well as members of tlie old
lug and old Abolition party, were mil
liliers and secessionists. Some of the ab
olitionisls were accustomed to denounce
the t onslitiition of tho United States as
i league with the devil and a covenant
with hell." It was General Jackson, the
l.-auerot tliu Democracy, whoso effect
millv crushed out tbo doetiines of null!
Hcation and secession in 1832, that it did
not again show its head until lHGO.when
mo war loiiowf d, anil li.iucil it forever
lieyonil the power of leBiiirectlon. TAi
plause.J .Neither secession norAfiieaii
slavery will ever troublo ns morn. Tim
chai go that "tho pledge to tho constitu
tional doctrines and traditions of tho
uemocintio party, as i ustrnted bv th.-
teacbings and examplo of n long lmo of
weiuoeiuuo statesmen am nntiinte.
means n pledge to tho doctrines of so
cession, is as far from tho tintli as it
would bo to ehnngo tho Kcmiblicnus of
IH.'ifi with beiliL' secessionists Inxvuwn
they favoied restoiing tho action of tho
federal gineriimeiit to tho mineiples of
asliiugtoii and Jefferson. It is e ii ill-
to tho constitutional iloetilnin of il,n
fathers that tho Dcmocrrioy pledges Usclf
THE COLUMBIAN, VOL. XIV, NO. SO
COLUMDIA TIUMOCIIAT, VOL.XLV, NO. 80
and mites ltcptihlicnns believe ihul se
cession is a coiititntioiial doctrine, how
can they charge that pledge to mean se
Tho Democratic party Know tlie only
national paily of the land. Clieeis.
It finds its snppoiters both in tho North
and the South, and c.pcct to elect its
candidates nv ep-clojai volts coming
from each. Hancock and F.uglish can
be elected in no other wav. Choose them
for your President and Vh'i 1 'resident
anil it will put an - mi to stctioual stlife,
and the people of litis whole country wi
bo prepared to go forward us one people
... .1... t .. I ... i. . . r
io iiiu uesiiiiy mat a vtu r. mem, ot soon
occomiiig the most prosperous and the
most powerful natioli i '-al exists on tne
face of the "lobe, and, what is better
than all, wc shall I.- a people whose
rights and libeilies ti i legulaled and
protected by eonsliliu,tinal law. I ro-loii-'ed
Little more need be i.-iid of Hancock
ami p.ngiish than that ti.-y liolh possess
mo .leiiersonian qu.il lu' llions lor olhce.
That they are Iiol m mar questions.
There is no smil! of corruption or the
improper receipt or misuse of money
about the garments of eillter. That they
are capable, the able and ellicient dis
charge of public ti list abundantly proves.
That they will bo faithful to the consti
tution wo have the highest evidence, in
that they ever made ii l!u- guiding star
of their political action. They are both
committed by their Ictteis of acceptautv
to tho principles enunciated in the- Dem
ocratic platfoitnj but what is moie satis
factory still is the ability, statesmanship
and moral courage .sboun by (ten. Han
cock in his private letter to Gen. Sher
man, written years ago at a most ci itical
time in our history, anil without any view
to political preferment. In that letter he
shows a thorough knowledge of our sys
torn of government; tk.-thehas opinions
and is not afraid to cxiirtss them: that
io has the moral com a gu to dare to do
right, a quality in which Gen. Garfield
has shown himself sadlv deficient,
J'hu Democratii i.ttiy has now be
come the party nf ref- nn, and, thank
God! the sign in on niarter iiriunise
that tlie time drawt th nigh when it will
be afforded an opportunity, both in this
State and the nation, to look into the ac
counts so long kept by he KeiuililicatH.
Loud and prolotf-ed .ii.iil.iiise.1
Ueneral UarltrlJ, nh.i was out- ot the
electoral comtuis - m, n his onitiion
in the Louisiana case, sa;d:
The determination ,f tha board, if
not overruled by the omuls of that
state, is the final and -'.i.t lusiye decree of
the state itself.
Neither Congrot not- this commission
has any aitthorilv i inou'ire whether
there was fraud or ur.u in tlie process
by which tlie tletirniin:i,ion was reached.
In the Florida ca-e. where tho determ
ination of the stale canvassers was over
ruled by the courts of the state, Geneial
Garfield held that it made no difference.
These decisions of General Garfield were
made under an Act of Congress which
required him, as a member of tho com
mission, to decide '-what persons were
Inly appointed electors" from tlie states
of Florida and Louisiana, and he look
in oath that he would "impartially ex
amine and consider all questions sub
mitted to tho commission!" I have
shown you how ho performed that duty.
How lit- kept that oath let him answer
to his conscience, and bis God, but for
that fraud practiced upon tho American
people they will hold him responsible.
The lli'striiiJttun nf (lume Food.
So long as Ameiica continued in the
occupation of tho aborigines, tlie order
of nature was apparently bin little dis-
luilieil. 1 he Imltalo and deer, the wild
fowls and turkeys, furnished abundant
lood to the savages without serious eu-
roachinent upon the fei lilitv of nature.
In savage life there appears to bo no
wanton or uiieoossary destruction or tho
natural means of support. It was re
served for tho ciiiicd white man to car
otin wanton war ii'Min.t tho bouiitv
of nature, and lo kill and destiny, will!
out thought or study of those inlpeitive
iws under which nature holds in trust
the food supply of man. From the fiist
settlement ot the cutiiitev the process of
eradicating and annihilating tho useful
animals, birds and fishes natural to the
oiuitry has been caniul on witli an
nergy and success but too characteristic
of the Saxon race. Large tracts of land
ivc been entirely depopulated of their
iiiimnls and useful birds. The buffalo
on bis native plains have become an ob
ject of rare etirio-ily. Deer are limited
to the remoter mountain ranges or ex
tensive tracts of barren woods. Tin-
wild fowl which swarmed in New Kng-
and during the first settlement of the
.'oitnlrv. and for .u lum I'mu. nii.ictt.nt-,1
havo almost disappear, d- The last wild'
tuikey wtis kilbd in M assaeliiietts near
ly half i a ecntun au'o. There is mob-
ihly no spoilsman living who has killed
rouse on .Martha s ltievatd. Ihehut
refuge in tlie northwest of that most
lluable bird. 1 'lover slill mitrate.
though diminished numbers from' their
needing places in tho farnoith to their
winter homes in tlie south, but they care
fully avoid the northeastern coasts. No
one in this genciatioii has seen a wild
swan alight on the waters of Massachus
etts. They once abounded there. Kven
the wild geese find no resting place there
but an- expelled as if they were tramps
the creat sirs burs ui' iLh 1,., .,,,. i,.i.,
the Kidney", are mtij'ict 'on vsriety ofdis-
nn.., .1. . 1 . I'll t... ... . .
'" mm nays juunrr i iiu Kill ci'Itttlnly
Tin: Vomi ('
m a. i ho origin
or ine word "iai i-l'i
MM... C- !.... 1 . .
iuu opinion us visni ti mat country pre
vious to tlie Fienrh, and made particu
lar search for gold and silver, and. Ibid
nig none, they ofl.-n said among tin m
selves "Aea inula Ihero is nothing
here, tho Indians ho watched closely
learned this scntenio and iis meaning,
Tho French aniud and tho Indians
who wanted none of their comnanv. nnd
supposed they wei o also Spaniards eoino
on tho same errand weio anxious to in
foim them in tlie Spanish sintence, l-Aca
iiada." The Fn ncli, who knew less of
the Spanish than tho Indians, supiosed
this incessantly re-oeonrriiu' sound mm
the iiamo of tho country, and gay0 it tho
name of "Canada," winch it has borne
H Ihe lniillier is Mile, It U Imnntwlhlr
that liar t 1 1 .1 ) 1 .
L. I'mHmm's Vcpnohls Cntnixund is
pencci spanno in I chronic ili.fases nf H i
Lydla K I'lnkhm... 2U3 Wt.tein Avenue,
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one column ......m.oo s.co so.on eLU" leo-w
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except wnrro parties nave accounts.
insertions, anil at mat rate ior Huouionuiiuuiri livi-i
witnout reference to lengin.
Uiocutor's.Amlnlstrator'a and Anditor'f notice
threedollars. Must be paid for when Inserted.
Translcntor I. deal notices, twenty cent aline;
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dollar per vcarf or enelillno,
' rriK iionsi: that jai:k iiuii.t."
A i I MIOL'S ACOOPNT OP TUP. OlIKIIX OP
Till; WLLI.-K.NOWN NUIISI.IIY MTOltV
1'rom the London Congregational Jfagiuine.
As the occupations nud pleasure of
childhood produco a powerful impression
on tlis memory, it is probable every
reader who has passed his infantilo day
in an Unglish ttniseiy recollects tho de
light with which ho repented that puer
ile jingling legend) "I'lio House that
Jack Utiill," Very few, however, aro
at all aware of tho original form of its
composition or the particular subject it
was designated to illustrate. Fewer still
would suspect that it is only an accom
modated and altered translation of an
ancient parabolical livinti, sung by the
Jews at the feast of tlio I'asover, and
commemorative of the principal events
in the history of that people. Yet such
is actually the fact. The original, in tho
Chaldco language, is now lying before
me, ami as it may not be uninteresting
to the readers of the VoiiyrcyiUional
.iiiunzine I will lien- luriiisli them with
a literal translation of it, and then add
the ' interpretation ns given by 1'. N.
Ltbeiecht, Leipsic, 1731. Tlie hymn it
self is found in Sepher llaggadah, vol
A kl 1, ti kid, my father bought
For two pieces of mney:
A kid, a kid.
Then ca -no the cat and ate tho kid
Th it my fattier bought
l'or two pieces it money!
, A kid, a kid.
Then conic tho dog that bit the cat
That ate tho kid
That my father bouffht
For two pieces of money:
A kid, a kid.
Then camo the staff anil beat the ilotf
1h.it bit the cat
That n to the kl.1
'lliat my father bought
Per two pieces of money:
A kid, akld.l
Teen camo llio llro and burned thestan
Thar, be it the dug
TlutMt I ho eat
That ate th ) l.ll
That my father bouslit
Por two pieces of imnej :
A kid, a kid.
Then camo llio water and iiueneli-d Urn lire
Ihitbutncd tho staC
Th it beat I ho dou
Tint bit thecal
That ate tho kid
Hut my father bought
Por two pieces of miney:
A kid, a kid.
T. Tncn c law t ho ox nnd drank I ho water
That qu-neh'd tho llro
Tint burned tbo Rtntf
That beat tho dot
That lilt lhOC.it
Til llatu tho kid
That my Lilher bought
Poi t,vo pieces of money:
A 1.1k, a kid.
S. Then came tho butc'ier nud slow the uk
That drank the water
That iineiicle d the llro
lint burned the matr
That beat t tie dog
That bit tho cat
That ate tho kid
That my father bonetit
l'or two pieces of money:
A kid, n kid.
0. Then camo tho ;ansel ot deatli nnd killed the
Tint slow the o
That drank the water
'i hat quenched the llro
That buruod tho sUirr
That beat Ihodoi;
That bit tho cat
Hut my rather bought
l'or two pieces of money:
A kid, n kid.
10, Then came tho Holy One, blessid Lo lie, And
killed llio nncil of deatli
That killed the butcher
That slew Hit ox
That drank Ihe wnler
That quenched tLe llro
That burned tho stair
Tint beat the dog
1 hat bit tin cat
That ato the kid
Por two pieces of nuney:
A kid, a kid.
The following is tho interpretation:
1. The kid, which is one of the juiro
animals, denoteii the Hebrews. Tbo
father by whom it was purchased is Je
hovah, who reptesents Himself as sus
taining this relation to the Hcbrt-w na
toin. The pieces of money signify Mo
ses and Aaron, through whose mediation
the Hebrews were brought out of
- Tho cat denotes tbo Assyrians', by
whom tho Ten Tribes were carried into
3. Tile dog is symbolical of tho Uab-
4. I he staff signifies the Persians,
fi. The fiio indicates the Grand Km.
piro under Alexander tho Great.
G. Iho water betokens the liomaii or
tho font tli of the great monarchies to
whom tho Jews were subjected.
MM : l. i r .,
i. a nt- u. is a sytuooi oi ine narii
ecus, who subdued Palestine and brought
it miller the cbaliphate.
f. llio Dutcher that killed tho ox do-
notes tho Crusaders by whom tho Holy
Kami was wrested out ol the hands of
9. The angel of death sicnifies tho
Turkish power, by which the land of
Pnlestino was taken from the Franks, to
n mini u is sun suujeci.
10. Tho commencement of tho tenth
stanza is designated to show that God
will take signal vengeance on the Turks,
iiuiiieiiiaieiy aner w host- overt nou-1 m
Jews are to be restored to their own land
anil live under the government of their
long expected Messiah.
SVMITOJH Slii'hl naln In llio oLlo lb
skill and evis as-utnn a thiol- 'vpl.
low coat, diirciiion is impaired, and un.
plcitsaiit siiikinc sensation nt Ihn i.lt r.ftho
slmiiKchi! Is esierietiKil, tho Ii'atcU aro Ir
regular, the mind fretful, tho memory weak
ettfd. sometimes a slight eoush, coldness In
i"t- nanus sun leet, siiniotlmes loss ofBiipn
I lie mid al others unnatural crsvlnp formed,
...it. ness ni trie neail, ileprcssisl sntrilH, fee
linj: of uncertainly. of havinir lelt snmeililnt.
Hiidiiti-, but nin't tell what It is, TukoSlw
'nou s Liver Ufculalor.lt will re nitive all uu.
pleanut feelings and male you well.
The Canrtillan courts have decided that
TelcirrHphlc roiupsnles have no power to de
stroy or Injure stisilo trees The nnployers
of the Domain Telegraph company have
liesu lined fnrsuih ffe-jsci.
Stirrwilnfss and Ability.
Hop lUttfm so freely mlvfrll-ed In all the.
papers, sfctdar ard rolivlniin, re bavins a
lartfei pal?, and are nippUnllritr all olhfr
meillclnes, Thfre Is no denying the virtues
fifth hop plant.Hrd tlieprnpiifinr of li(f
Illllrrs hsve shown great slirewdntsa ntt
alilliiy in cmponinlliiif a Jlllloa, whose vir
tues arc so palp&blo to every one'u obatrva.
tlon, ICxumSntr tf CAiinu7