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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBTJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
The History or the Potato.
Tim iiotnto 1ms n curious history. It
is n nativa of tlio clcvnted vnllcys 'of tlio
Amies lit l'cvu nud Chill, iiti'l'lu found
ns far north ns Mexico. It wns tnken to
Spain soon nftcr tlio discovery of tlio
American continent, and vn cultivated
in gardens ns n botanical curiosity. The
tubers bcintr, small nnd not edible in its
M'ild state, it attracted no attention. In
IfibT., Sir Walter Kaleij-h introduced it
in England, and ii credited with bring
ing it from Virginia) but of this thero is
no evidence. Its cultivation in the cool,
moist summers of Ireland soon devel
oped largo tubers, which were found to
consist chiefly of starch.
A successful experiment was made in
tho nso of tlio tuber ns food, but this
was met and combated by a number of
learned men, nnd soveral woiks wero
written nnd published to prove its poi
sonous character. It belong to tho
great Nightshade family (Solamtciti), all
of which are poisonous. This indictment
was true, but they had not yet learned
that a poisonous plant may bear a fruit
of a tuber not only harmless, but very
nutritious. This prcjudieo prevented
the uso of the tomato till within tho last
forty years. Tlio truth is, both of these
vegetables being of tho Nightshado fam
ily, are poisonous in stem, leaf and flow
er, but this property does not extend to
tho tuber of tho one nor the fruit of
While on thissubiect.it is proper to
say that solanine the poisonous principlo
ot tliisianuly, U sometimes developed in
the potato even to a dangerous extent.
If tho tubers, whilo growing, nro uncov
ered, so as to exposu them to direct sun
shine, they will assume a trreen appear-
nnco. and becomo poisonous from the
presence of solnninc. Tho same effect
in a minor degree, is produced in tho
sprouting ot potatoes. It ttteso nro used
in cooking they should be sliced and
placed in cold water an hour or two be
fore being cooked. Utherwiso sprouted
potatoes arc unwnolcsomo looil.
Tho potato is a tropical plant, but its
tuber-producing quality is a northern
modification of tho .plant, and in this
quality it is improved by the cool sum
mer of tho north, and is successfully cul
tivated to the Arctic circle, and with a
decided improvement m the quality ol
the crop and generally in its yield, The
crop is sometimes injured by tho intense
heat of July and August, even at the
lortictli uugrco ot latitude. Tlio tendon
cy of tho tuber to degenerate in warm
climatis will suggest (ho precaution of
occasionally renewing me crop uy 'ii.iiii.
ing northern potatoes. Indiana farm
er. The Culture of Corn.
The namo corn iu En eland is applied
to all grains, as we think it should be;
nud our Lillian corn is there called
maize, a name used only with respect to
this grain, and hence leads to no eon
liision. in its cullivalion no crop is Pel
tor understood by our farmers as a rule,
apd yet none so well known lormerly va
ried so much iu the modes of cultivation,
Forty years ago and it is sometimes
dohu now the grouud was plowed, then
harrowed two or three times, then cross
lil owed and then the rows struck out in
the direction ot the first nlowing. Now,
generally, this mode is abandoned, and
thero is only one plowing bclore tho
rows nro marked out, and the seed is
dropped by a planter, which sepaiales
the grains in the liill much more uniform
ly than when dropped by hand. Three
stalks are the limit for a hill, but it very
frequently is reduced to two. Hindis
tanco between tho hills and the rows
ranges from three to three nnd a half
feet, the yield being about the same
though it depends, like every other cror
upon the oxtent of tho manuring and
Of late years the drill system has
been adopted by a good many farmers,
but it does not seem to increase in favor:
rather the reverse. It is not disputed that
a little additional yield may be obtain
cd lrom the system: but it is at an in
crease cost of hand labor, so that iu the
end there is no gain, if any, worth men
tioning. "Where the extent of the croi
is small it probably possesses some nil
Vantage, but wo do not think otherwise
Latterly tho crop has been planted
earner, than lonnerlv say tho Inst wec!
in April for tho reason that in case of
failure to come up from rotting by a
cold, wet soil, thero will bo plenty of
timo tor replanting. iSuttlus will scarce
ly stand, inasmuch if planting is delayed
from the 5th to the 15th of May, tho
ground will soon have become warm and
tho excessive Inoisture disappeared. He
sides the 15th of May is nano too late for
putting in the crop. Iu fact, we regard
it as better than an earlier date. tier-
Setting Out Currants and Gooseberries.
Moth tho currant and tho gooseberry
do better to grow lrom cuttings than
"lrom the roots. Tho wood of Inst year's
growth must bo taken, cut it into pieces
from eight to ten inches in length, nnd
insert about half the length iu tho usual
prepared garden t-oil, press tho ground
firmly with the foot, mulch, and then
will bo no danger of not growing. Set
them where they are desired to remain
permanently, if n small treo and not a
bush is prjfc.Tcd, cut out nil tho eyes
entering tho ground. If a bush, kt the
eyes remain. Wo preler tho bush lor
two icasous, the first is, more is obtain
ed; the second, it is longer lived. In
fact tho bush will live half a century
only rcipiiiiug thinning i.nt of thu wood
once iu a while. As to currants wo pre
fer decidedly tho old Dutch Hod. It is
not so large as some others, but it bear,
us abundantly nud is less acid and of bet
ter (iiialitv. Of gooseberries, wo prefei
tho Downing. It is of good quality, an
excellent bearer, and has never mildew
ed upon our premises. Germantown
illolling Grain in the Spring.
If farmers would look at tho theory
of rolling tho wheat nnd the rye fields in
the spring, it would be resorted to much
moro frequently tnnn it is. uccasionnuy
the winter nnd spring havo been sofa
vorable to these crops as not to render i
necessary. Hut in three seasons out o
four it is necessary, nnd doubtless add
considerably to their productiveness,
Tho thnwings nud freezings ot tl
ground, thawing or spewing out of tl
loots, nnd exposing them t(. the dryin
winds of Ffcbiuniyand March, very se
liouslv affect the grain. Passing n roll
er over ns soon as the soil is fit to go
upon, presses back the roots into the!
beds, and gives them a fair grip ngai
upon the tmmiott on which the crop must
depi nd, This must be apparent to every
one who will look ut its opoi'ntiou. We
liuvo no doubt that rolling over llelds,
which have been badly thrown up by
the wM, would nlsoliavo n most uenii
When tho season comes round when
tho work U to bo done, it is best to call
nth ntion to thwe things, or it will pass
nnd tho advantages bo lost, 0rwt
An Kxlrnonilnary Woman.
Mrs Hatter Yates, known locally ns
"Tho Amazon of tho riiittckill,' died in
l'lattekill.Ulstercounty.N.Y., a few days
ago. Physically she was built moro like
woman tliau n man. tier shoulders
wero broadnnd her muscles well lormed.
During tho winter Mrs. Yates cut cord
wood on tho mountains, nud, in the Inn-
cuauo of tho countryman, "It took a
puny uuim mini iu hwiult iiii iuumlt
..f I...- ! t... I
Hliiu ui iiui. vju Buvi-im tiuvisiuiir, rmu
cut as many ns three cords of wood in
one day, in addition to performing the
household duties in her home niter sun
set. Iu tho summer shu cut gram for
10 farmers, and wns rated as a "uood
land." Sho cultivated a small garden of
lerown. scllinirhcrproductsin Nowbunr.
She tuado weekly trips to that city,car-
,'lng her trupk in two largo baskets,
'armors uoinir to town to ship their hay
on the barge una would offer her n ride,
and her invariable reply was: "1 am in
a hurryt it will take you all day to get
there. Sho could easily outwalk any
team with a load behind them, six years
ago a horse, whilo passing her hotise,fell
mil becanio last in tho harness. 1 ho dri
er and several other men could not suc
ceed in getting the animal loose. Mrs.
intes luted tlio horso up bodily, nut in
so doing fractured her leg. Tho bones
in the injured body never knit. Though
suffering much pain, her daily employ
ment consisted in ciiomuug Kiiiumig
wood on a block whilo she sat in a chair
in front of her house.
tiincK and sum:.
Many people drag themselves wearily
about from day to day, not knowing
what ails them, but with failing strength
nnd spirits, feeling all the time that they
aro sicauuy suiKing uuu men graven.
If these sufferers would oulv use Par
ker's Ginger Tonic, they would find a
cure commencing from the first dose,and
vitality ,stvcngtli and cheerfulness 'quickly
and surely coming back to them, with
restoration to perfect Health, oec ad
vertising column. Tribune.
What Common Sense Does.
Common sense is symmetry of mind,
of character, and of purpose in the indi
vidual combined. It represents man in
completeness, harmony and equipoise.
It clothes him with dignity, invests him
with'power, and stamps him witli supe
riority. It is not genius, for that is of
ten erratic; nor cunning, in its sinuous
course; nor tact, with its decline into
trickery. Common sense is tlio embodi
ment of true manhood. It confers a pat
ent oj royalty, though by birth plebeian,
and exalts men from their- lowliest
spheies to the highest stations. Notbv
sudden freaks of fortune or a train of ad
ventitious eireuiustnnces aro tlicv thus
dignified; but step by step, through
obstacle or hindrance, thev overcome by
force of character ami tho proper foice
of will power. Common sense is a tre
mendous force in this'lower world. Its
power is felt and acknowledged through
all the ramifications of governments, so
ciety, business, finance, science nnd com
merce. In fact it is tlio history as well
as tho true philosophy of the ages. It
is. tho salt. that has saved humanity from
barbarism, and the moving power that
has propelled the race onward in its
march ot progress and civilization.
SKT HACK -12 YKAltS.
"I wns troubled for many years with
kidney complaint, gravel, itc; my blood
became thin; 1 wns dull nud inactive;
could hardly crawl about; was an old
worn out man nil over; could get noth
ing to help me, until I got Hop Hitters,
and now 1 am a boy again. My blood
and kidneys me all right, and i nm as
active as a man of .'10, although I am
72. and I have no doubt it will do as
well for others of my age. It is worth a
trial. (1' ather,) Sunuay Mercury.
Prince Pierre Napoleon Hnnnpaite,
whoso death is announced, was a son of,
Lucien Honaparle, Prince of Canino, a
brother of Napoleon I, nnd was born at
Home, September 12, 1815. He passed
his youth as an adventurer in America,
Italy and Ureece; nnd committed several
homicides. After the coup V ctat of
Ueccmber 2, 1851, and the restoration
ot tho Empire lie received the titles of
Prince nud Highness. In 1871 he shot
a journalist named Victor .Noir, and at
tempted to shoot I.'lric Eouville, in an
interview held in the Prince's house. For
this ho paid a line of $5,001). Prince
1 lorro was the author ot several literary
works, the chief ot which is a f reach
metrical version of Nicohnis tragedy,
"Ncbuchod noser," 1801. Ho was ap
pointed an ollicer of the Legion of Hon
or in 1 8G4, nnd tho same year received
from King VictorEminanuel tho Grand
Cross of the Order of SS. Maurizio and
The northwestern part of Pcnnsvlva
niu is becoming annually more interested
iu manufacturing,- particularly in iron,
tno investments m such enterprises having
been more than doubled during.the past
Ono of tho oldest horso protection
companies in tlio country is that of Ju
niata county. It was organized in 184H.
The company has a standing reward of
fifty dollars for the capture of any thief
anil mo norse stolen.
The company for the erection of a
oreainorv and cheese manufactory at
iir i ; ' . l i r e ...
tvasiiiugiou aqunro nas oeen iormcii,tno
site lor tho building selected and 2,000
worth ot slock sold.
A blind man recentlv took tlu (mnhln
to ascend Mount Washington, and later
paid S- for a ticket to a pantomime
A Louisvillo shoe dealer advertises
that ho will fit "difficult" feet.
Malianoy City's polico force consists of
a true tonic
A PERFECT STRENGTHENER.A SURE REVIVER.
IltOX IUTT12RS aro highly
quiring a'ccrlaln and eiliclciit tunfo :
the Llood, tlrengtlieiH thu liiiiscief, and gives new life to tlio nerves. They act
lllco a charm on tho dlgotir- organs, removing all dyspcptlu symiitouis, such
ns Tailing the Food, L'eUMmj, Ileal in the Stomach, Jlmrtlurn, etc. Tho only
Iron I'l iiparutloti that will not blacken tho tooth or (rlvo
hcndiiohe. Bold by nil druggists. Wrlto for tho A 11 0 liooU, VI jit), a
UJOful nnd amusing reading rn fret,
BIIOWN CIIEailOAL CO,, Baltlmoro, Md.
Fur Sale hy Mayer Brother,
MRS. I.YDIA H. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYD9A E PBMICHAM'S
Tcr all Female Complaints.
Tlififrpimllnn, ni Hi Jiiiiw Htf ntile, f cnsUta of
Vcjvi i!lkt liiiorlM lli.tt aro LarruUwa to the incut itel
IciiU InrjJM, I'jwM ono trial tliott.ciita of this Coin
1 ri'.lbirucojnl.txttftitftItf li Inimcdtatoi Aiul
v Vn It i i-o N conttmiotj, (.1 nlncty-nlno ccuci In a Ima.
i!:,l,(i;K,ininoi.tcurol-iCuC.t(Hl,ajtliouaandii tll to
tly. 01 iwcjant of It! prureu mcrlti, lttjto-dayro-oimnenJo!
anil i-rcjcrPjod ly tlio test lhyilcUiis Iu
It will cur3 entirely Iho wont form of filling
nf t)io utorus, IiC-ueorrhaa, lrrtffular and jalurul
M(mtriiM!on,fJ10rftrtAnTrouUtit, Inflammation Mi1
L'Iccrn.tIo:i(Fl(Hltuea,MlI!i.1accnftiti atul tho con
UMiticr.tfplnal Wfnknrs,cmlti tupwl.illy futntcit t
ttioCanffoofUru. UIU(11isg1vo and njx'l tumors
f -nmtlidUtcnialnr.it oaily ttasa of ttoTcl-jpmcnt, Tho
tnJuncy to C-iruerou humors tbem Jj diockoJ very
i,ieodny by lu
1 1 fait It )M frovrd to o tlio rttM
c.t nnl boft rmedy tlmt Um crcr boon. dLworcr
i i. It tcnuivitcj 1 very p"itlon of tho iytm, nnd ctves
new U.'uanJ vljor. 1 1 removes f iIntait,nAtulcccy, !e
rtroys till jr.ivl:i for ttlmulauts,utd relieves wcr&ntr
of tlio rtotiirvli
It cure Woatlnc, JTcftdicbts Xorvoim Iroctrfttlcn(
3ncr.l lobiUt7,Elcc;kinc.J, lX:pm.lca and Iu2t
cctllon. Taat f cclliitf of boiling down, causing pain,
vclt.t und Uvlxihe, 1j rJwcyj pcratJicntly cured by
It j use. It villct til times, cndLmlcrail clreunihtAn
cii, act 1 1 lurwony ultutlio Uf that corciua tho
KorlUdiiQyCouiiilalnU of cither ni thl compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Voctabla Compound
!apiertfrcdfcl2ttAnd233VTMtein AvehU, Lynn, Mart,
.i U-o tUX & bottles for $UJ. Bent by mall la t U
fjrmcf pilli,olilntha form cfLozcccs, on rcrcli't
rf I'rice, 51.M, ir bo, for cither. Mm. 1'INKIIAM
ft-octyaawLnallUttcraof InirJry, Bend for paiu
l.lilet, AJdresiiua!!oro Mention f ft jtpcr,
Ki family thuUJ bo without I.TDU 1'- riNKTLVil
LUnitnLIA They euro Cnctljiutlon, liUIouincs
mdTurpUlty of tho LinT. U cer-ts icr Loz,
JOHNSTON, 1I0LL0WAT & U0.,
Gsnoral Agonts, Phih., Pa.
MOYER BROTHERS., Bloomcburg, Pa.
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AJJi:NTS! AGENTS! AfiF.NTS'.
JOHN 11. OOUdU S briQ' new took, jml uUuW, eolltlc.l
nine oesi e nance ever on fit a to you. m scene h
lrom tho brtbt mil ihfcdj side ol real lfe trnl por
M,r John B. Goufh
can portray dem. For ratlui., Humor, anil tWit: interett, It tj
without a iiftr. IlUUiC'toomuii;" frool- or Atnt and out-
auu en outer. ID to 1. colli thowuxntlM vrt.. wo AgtDU
wank-d. men and women. Now tj the time. I V" Ai-cfajtVe 7Vm-'
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FACTS WORTH KNOWING. !
niar.r. Tiqfrin. Undrle. Stll Inula nsd
many other of tho best mtdiclnta known are so
klllfully uombluod In 1'AimKK'a OiNota Toxic,
as to mako It tho greatest Blood PurlT.er tnd
Ih It'll ueaun anu birengia ueitor.r -Ever
ruirfrt In tha comno<lon of rinctfs.
QcrdEft Tonio that no disea&o can long exist;
wnero It In moa. ll you iuts uyipepiia, n.ia
ich., Rheumatitrn, Neuralgia, Oowal, Kidnej
a. Liw.r Uiiordor. or If vou need a mild atlm.-
ul&nt, or appetltcr, tho Tonio is Just the med-;
icine xor yuu. iu n u iu;iuj tuiuu.u ww u.-,
lit you aro ttowly wasting away with Con-'
umpUon or any slceness. If you have a Painful,
Cough or a bad Cold, lUn&xa's Gu-ncn Tonic
wiu aurcjy uoip luu. ib
euro for nheumaliam and Cholera Infantum.
It Uaa Saied Hundreds or IJteiJ it nay;
! If you era feeling inlsc ratio don't wait until
you are down sick, but use tho Tonio to-day.;
No matter what your dlseaso or tymptooia may,
be It will give prompt relief.
, Ke member I 1'uutEii'a Oinam Tokto Is not;
a rum drink but tho Dett and Purest Family
Medicina ever made, compounditl by a new
process, and entirely different from Bittfrav
ginger preparations and all other Tonics. Try;
a Boo. bottle. Your druggist can supply you. ,
PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM
III Beit and Moit Economical IlalrDrtiilat
axquliitcly perfumed and perfectly harmless.
Will AlwaialleitoreOraj or Faded Hair
a Im nAtAn vAudiful color and apneirance. and It
warranted to tup iu (June, assist iu (rulh and
nrcrent Daioneu. .... .
A few application! cf the Hals Alt iT (often the
kair, cleanse all dindrug and cure Itching and hu
acurs of tha scalp. Sldbvatldnifirsuati'M.54fiA
ALWAYS OK HANI)
AT THIS OFFICE.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FORI!
VV. CHAMPION BROWNING, M.D.
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Feb. 18, '61-ly
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MADE IN THE W0ELD.
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Inside Iron Linings,
Solid Iron Corners,
LATEST FROM MAINE.
Lock'3 Jl Ill's, Oxford co , Me,
Jlebsrs. Morris & Ireland:
Oeu!.s:-On tho 32nd of November, 1STS, our spool
mill at his place, rois, two stories lilgli, wasio
tally consumed by fire, In wlilch thero was a large
quantity or 8pool lumber, spo i s nnd blocks, nil sen
rtoiir'd. Tlio 11 rn buratd for threo and a lull days.
Wo Had ono of your mites in our mill and Tuesday
mornl j Mlo.vln, cUlity tutus alter; I hi lire, it
n ta uiu iiui, iu iMiiuiu. uciiij; uuvcreu ivuu uurtPWiK
blocks. fvlM time utter It was opened and thtjfbn-
tents were in a goou siuuioi preservaii'iu, not i
book or nme'bLMntr destroied. i am sitlelted ll lth
vou r m.i tui and hivo Dtirchased another, and can
chct-rfiUly leoommend llit-mto anyone ulslilngto
secure lucir vaiuuoies iiom oeiuf ueuiiuyeu uy lire.
louis truiy, j. u. i kuitk,
rtoastlng Thirty no irs In a Bed ct lied Hot Coals.
CornlDg, N. Y , January C, '6.
Morris tc Ireland Boston. Mass.
Oentlcmem-On the night ot tho llro in our vll-
lagu on tho "JCtti ult , I h d In use one ot to ir No.
s sates I am nieaseu to iniui m you, alter tno no ir
guvu way it icii into tno ceuar, lino u neap oi ourn
IntrcoiiL where It roAstcd for tblitv hours, ourclt
izens uuu myseii guvu up inu imiiu ui iiui iuiuk ue- i
ing s-jVrd In It. on belli; taken from thu rulnsl was J
nuppuy uisapponiieu to unn my cusa, vouuif ra unu
oibur urtlclts of valuo rerfectly nrcservod. Hiu
combination work well now. I am satisfied
vour now nnd lintutmd work, ono of which, a Mo.
, 1 luvq ord red of jour agent to-day, Milt alford
uusoiuio pruieeiiuu in uny lire.
Truly Yours, E. H. Baunks.
ST 1L L2L D-
llocbtsler, N. U., Dec. 10, "St.
Messrs. Monli& lrelind:
Pear Slip: In the illsiiR'rmii nro wnleli tofik Dlaco
In ilila ln Nov. no. the .Morrli anil livl mil safe In
inv Ktore ivoa sublecled to n Bevue list, b Mil' I
I thrown uuu tho celhiraml it huge mnbs uf ilibit-i
ii it upon it, anu it iv is in ini i unm boiuu two uiyn.
1 laKO Mt-.niiru in lliuiriiiiu-' i oil mm unun oxi'itva-
llon It, wiik opened without truubleatiil thucont nts
were f.miiil to bo unlbjureil. I chrcitul y ii-coni-mend
yohrMif. sand bhuu'.d Iwuntannili r I aaould
cj miiny puicnitboutiuiroinyuu.
Yours truly, O. V. Kow K.
From the Oreat Fire In Troy, New Ytrk.
Troy, N. Y., Dccemler II, lbi.
Messrs. Mcrrla Si Ireland, lldeten:
(lentli ni.'ni Alter Mltnesilnsr tlio clianed books
out, of tlin harea i nuneii. albO oneofmv own tthlen
win anoini-r ninko. unicii ivai j,oi in inu neat, oi
Ihullru liuillie .No. tlitely- purch.tbed ot.iau.ivhk-u
w.im in Hie Urn over rur.v.i luhL hoars, and h.td to bo
ciulli.UHlly played on ilunn;: Monday nlKht. as It
wa. coinpieieiy buirouuueu iiiiu uuruiu luusuua
ai-dothi-rlnllamiblo maioilal, on openlhK Itln tho
r11lt14T11u.1l.1v Llternoop. 1 waB nleiu-ed to llnd tlio
eonteuts. books, oarers and moic wero all pie.
serted In a r-umikatly trond condition. Wltn this
I proot or tno lire quiiiiueH oi your &aiu wu uavu i;iv
i en jour aeutan uruur i -r ouu no, a auie.
Yours respectfully, uxvis & co.
Morris & Ireland's Safm Apln Tilumpbant-Messrs.
valuable coiiien s iniuci, alter ueinc suo
Jeet dtolnien cheat for Ono Uundied
and Thirty Hours.
lloston, January i, Itso.
Messrs. Morrli & Ireland. Boston:
dentr: On the BlL'ht of December 23. last, the
t.iit.illnir occunled lu part by us at Ni.lt Federal
street, uti t which was four stories hUh and about
vm leel aeep, cauguwiro anu was ue.Mrojreu, wiiu
all us contents, ciinHbtlng tf a very laiu slock of
paper, took binders' uuu-rlals and o her Mercian
dle. Whl le several other largo buildings adjoining
ours were burned at thu same time, the llinu-s were
extinguished tho following dav. but- our stock con
tinued to burn fur das s thenaftcr. After udtloy of
ISO hours wo were ublo to nave our sno dug out
from tho ruins nnd opened, auil wero pleaded to nud
all tho contents well preserved. 'I ho &aIo contained
our most valuablii books, papers, policies, etc., and
WUUUH1CUIBIIIU lUa.UUl j'lui; .iriliv.iu l
huiiDtr ono of Your of-w. wlilcl) wo decided to do I
I atter Knowing tno wonaeriui rtcuru oi juur nau-H iu
Tin. irr.Mir. iitisuiii nni oi .1. no reiraru tuu nroiee.
lion if your sato t.s mist remnkable, and this tiro
ts a guaranty of Us sicurlty to those who may with
10 purin hi-.
Yours i cry truly, kick, KENiHM.fi co.
I Al o a Commurica i-,n from Es-Govor-
nor Alex. K:c3,
lloston. January 1. iso.
MRSMU-t MnHUlS.t lltKI.AM).
uentsi I havo ntado careful examination cf the
rnntiintri of thu sate nurchased t vou somo tears
since by the nnn of luce, Kendall & Co , and which
was subicctio tho test oi utiorinouj heal In the
great llro ot last Sunday nlgbt. I regard tho so-
l uuruy oi inu saiu unuer tuu L-ircuiiistaueca ui uiusi.
IrcinaiKaoiu. riono oi us couicuui -weru ourneu,
nor wire uayot them so luiurulby beat as to bu
materlallv il imAwi-.l. 1 rhoul I commit any securit
ies to your Sit) hereafter with additional confl
uence, ivitu greav respect, youis ver iruif .
AieAUUUUl ll. 1IKV.
THE LATEST YET.
BUr THErSAUE H'ESULT,
so. Norrldgewock, Mo.. Keb. l, last.
Tim KafH I umjlit ot vou l ist Octooer waJ In a
two-story wooden bulldliiL'. which buried Juu.K.i.
I tub uuiiuing tooK u.i iu in. nigui, aim um bui,
uui unnr auu its coiiLsnia. leuiuto mo ceuar i oju
npllootdry wood, miking a hot llro which listed
for lea hours. Tho oulslda ot tin site iai Lotted
red hot. It melted thu litndla and dial orr tlw door,
Tha coutcnts consUK'd of wa'ches, Jewelry, kilter,
waro. books iiam-rs ij.. all ofwhlclt cuno out In
uimiiI ro-idiLlo-j. I'aDdru IvlUkf avtliibt ttio InslJo of
I i iii ..uf.i wiir.i not lnlnreJ. Thu uafn fhows for It-
a.-K wi.ut It Is, an! 1 fi-ul trull sttlslL-d with what I'-
basdoae. neaso writa hm yo-jc.rj auoivtorit
lowaruu uuw uue, am uutiu,
CHAMPION RECORD in Its GREAT
BOSTON FIRE In 1872.
: jrriona for prlooa anil descriptive catalogue bo
MORRIS & IRELAND,
64 SUDBURY ST,
(BL00MSBUBG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NORMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rov. D. J. WALLER, Jr., Ph. D., Principal.
TlllHSCllOOUaiat present constituted, ofera tho very best tncllltles tor Professional and Classical lcnrnln?. .,i ro ,
i, Inviting una commodious ; completely ueatea c-y B!eara,wouienuiaiea, uguicu oy gas,
Location lioaltliful, anu easy of access. Toachors c.tperlencod, cniclcnt, and nllvo to their work. Discipline, firm but kind, uniform and thoroufn,
moderate. Piny cents a week deduction to all oxpoctlng to teach. Students admitted at any tlmo. ltootns reserved when desired.
Courses of study prescribed by tho StnUi I
I. Model School. II. Preparatory. III. Elementary. IV, Classical.
Ailiiinct Courses i I. Academic. II. Commercial. III. Cottrso In Muilc. IV. Cotirao In Art. V. Courno In Physical Culture.
Tho Momentary. Hclcnttnc and ClasMml Courses aro I'noPKSSIONAt and Students frraduatntr therein, toeelvo Stato Diplomas, conferring tho 'pllpnln
corresponding Degrees: Mnstrof ttio Kleincnts: Mastorof tho sciences! Master of tho Classics, tlraduates lullio other Courses receive Jonnal terlllicaies
thelrnttalnments,, signed bv llioomccrsof tho Hoard otTnstee. . ...... , .
The course of stud y prescribed by tho state Is liberal, and tho S :!cntlfla and Classical courses aro not Interior to Ihosp of our best Colleges.
m... I... n n ii....... ... , I. h tit ni.i.nnAi,in ihfl tm.n HnK.n.i it iM.nnnnf Dm uritnn nhioptq nf i i . Mr-hnn t.n lieln toRecure It. bi furnishing intelli
gent and eniclent Teachers for her Schools. Tot'hUendlt solicits young persons ot good abilities and good
nmi fhfirtnipntH.nfi Mimipnfs. rn nil Riir.n it nrnmises
i;nminguu,nuureS3 mu i-rineipai
ll.liIA.1l nt.WI'.I.I,, l'rrildent llonril
JUST WHAT WE
TA1L0RIMG3R READY KiADE.
KTOW OH HAIffD
WE INVITE YOUK EXAjNATION
TO KNOW "WHAT TO WEAR" AED "How TO WEAR IT."
miM utM UlA "-jlll dX. I J Mil
fiy.S'o ether lino runs Threo Thrnugli Pns
rjenger Trains Dally botween Chicago, Des
Mnln;, Cnunell lllull.s Omaha, l.tncoln, St.
Joseph, Atchison, Topckit nnd Kansas City.
Direct toniiectlons for nil points Iu Knn-ns,
Nebraskn, Colorado, Wyoming. Montana, Ne
vml.i. New Mexico, Arizona, (daho, Oregon and
Tho Shortest, Speediest and Most Comforta
ble Itouto vlallannlliiil to Tort Scott, Dcnlson,
Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Galves
ton nnd all points In Tcxns.
The uneiunled Inducements offered by this
I.lnu to Travelers and Tourists, nro n follows:
Tho eolcbrated Pullman (UMvliccI) Palncu
Sleeping Cnrs, run only on this Line. C II. Is
Q. I'alnco Drawlng-Itoom Cars, witli Ilorton's
Heclinlngt.'hnlra. No oxtru charge for Seats
In Itccllnlng Clmirs. Tho ruinous C. II. & Q.
l'nlaeo Dlnlnir Curs, fiorgeous fmoklng Can)
tilted with I-Ucgant llliih-llaekcd Italian lto
volilng (hairs ror tho oxcludro uso or first
Steel Track nnd Superior Tquiprncnt, com
bined with their Oreat Throng). Car Arrtiniro
ment, innkes till", above all others, tlicfavonto
Itouto to tho South, South-Wcst, and tho Par
Try It. nnd you will find traveling n luxury
In-lead of u discomfort.
Through Tickets via this Colibrntcil Lino
for s:ilont nil olUccsin tlio United States nnd
All Information nlinut Itntns of Fnre.Sleep
Inir Car Act-ominoihitlons, Tiinu Tables, &c,
will bo cheerfully given by applying to
J. Q. A. Ill'AN, Clen'l Eastern Agent,
OX) Wellington St.. lloston, Mass.
and 111" llrotdw.iy, New York.
JAM US It. WOOD. Hen. IW. Act., Chleairo.
T.J. POTTElt, Ucn. Manager, Chicago.
March IS, 'SO, -lot
Battlo Crook, Michigan,
MANirr act trams or tiik onlt oemuuts
Traction and Plain Englnos
la e tvana. j 1U4U
V r A 0 O of conttnuot4 an J rucetifvl lutL
I CHnu na, without ch&nKU of ntme.
nutuwemcnt, or location, to "tot vji"
broad warraHfy ytrn on all our good.
Complejt) Hlfnui Uutatoviatchl44tQuaUti4S.
Truriloii KiiKlneM and I'luln Uuuluc
over boon iu uio Aiuencuit HiBraeu
A tnultitiuU of ituclal ftaturti and Imnrottmtntt
for Uwellier wiUi tuptrior qvaUti' in conttrve
tion and mattrUU not Ureained uf by other tnaltm,
Four bluv of Beiaratsrv, f rom 0 to 1U boro
rpacitytvr iam or horn powtr.
Two BtyU of " Mounted " Ilyrae-rowerfl.
7 RAH Ann l"'1 of HclfcU'd Lumber
UVUUUU (from thre to ,U yari uir.irii)
coiutantly on bamf, frvia which U built tho in
naJ tit 10, 13 llorito 1'otvcr
Farmen nnd Tbrrfherinru ra Invited to
urcaiAft sunt ii-ws. Aaoruw
NICHOLS. SHEPARD & CO.
Battla Crock, Mloblearu
Jilt. I, 81-tm Ut
ainin dove ODiiiv meir nowers. anu aounuaab uPDoriuuuiea lur iien iaiu mwi unni luHmsuvuw.. vi
PORT GRAPE WINE
Used In the principal Churches forCoipraunton
ES3ELLENT 7011 L4BIES A1ID WEAKLY
PESSSNS AND THE AQED.
Spoor's Port Grape Wine
FOUR YEARS OLD.
mhls Celebrated Native wtno Is mado from tho
J. Juice of tho oporto drape I nlscd In this Country
Tonio and Strengthoning Properties
aro unsurpassed bv any other Nntlvo Wine, lielrg
tno puro Juice of the Urnpe. produced under Mr.
rJpeer's own personal supervision, Its purity and
genulnenex aro guranfeed. Tho youngest child
may partake of its generous qualities and tho weak
est, tntalldtisu It to advantage. It Is particularly
benlllclil to the aged nnd debilitated, and suited to
tho virions ailments that atlect tlio weaker sex. Ills
In every respect WINK TO 1115 HKMlil) ON.
Tlio I'. J. siIKItnv Is n Wine or Superior character
nnd partakes of the golden nuilllpsif thu grape,
lrom which It is nude. For I'uiilv. lilchnt-..H, l-'l.t or
and .Medical rioperiles, It will u-j found unexcelled.
This IIIiANHV ttind nnrlvalod In this Country,
being far supuilor for uudual puipot-es.
IT IS A l'UUK dlstll'aUon f om tho firaio and ccn
tains valcabl) medtc.il i-rup-u'cs
Kilos n del'cato tl vor, riirMnr tn that of the
grapes trom which It la dihtllled.aiid Islu giuat faior
among llrst c ast famllli-s.
Bco that tho slguatuio ct AI.FItr.D HI'BF.ll.I'assalc
N J , Is over the coir- of eaih botlle.
dOJ 34 '5J U
WM. P. BOD IN E,
IKON ST., IIKLOW KI'.CONI), HLOOMfclll'liO, VA
Is prepared to do all kinds of
I'laln and Ornamental
U0TI1 DKCOJtATlVE AND 1'LAIN.
.111 UIikIm ori'iirnltiiro Rf!alrud,
nud Hindi! ih go oil um ih-w,
NONE HUT F1U3T-CI.AR3 WOllKMENllirLOVKO
Bctimatos IVTaJo on all "Work,
WM. F. 110D1NE.
PUBLIC SALE HAND BILLS
rriutetl ot this Oflice
ON SIIOBTEST NOTICE AND AT THE
MOST 'ASO " "L1?; ""IMF
auu lurumuuu nimu lu.u.uio.ot
piirposes.-llioso whn . dcslrp to Improve their time
1'. I'. Bir.LMYKIt, Sccretnrj".
O.S'K THOUSAND (1,000) DOLLARS
l'lthMJUM (jlleted lo AM
thai will do ns GliKAT A llVNQE
OF WORK on ANY OTIIEll
M EAVJS VERTICAL FEED
Will do without basling.
It will make wide hem 011 sbeels, .tc, hem all
in.inhnpnf hlnu iitaiiIaii irruMiD no f Af t mnrlnn nt.ntm
or goods dinieult to hem oh other machines, ll
111 iKea a uiuie eiuhtiu siiien iuuu uuy oilier in-iciuue.
it win turn a ucm anu put in piping ni same time.
It will turn a hem. sew braid on tho right sldo
and stitch on trimming at one operat on.
It will do f- lllng bias or straight, either on cotton
or wouien guuus.
It will fell across scams on any goods.
I will bind a Dress or Skirt nnd sew on faclnr?.
either with or without showing stitches: bind Dress
uuuus viiia uieHiuuciiuiuTiui, ciiucrscnnops.powis,
snunresor stralchr. The onlv macldno that will bind
Hats, Cloaks, or other nitlcles with bias, satin or
sine, iroin x 10 a mcuesin wi 1111, without basting.
It wilt gather with or without hewing on.
Itnlllgathcr between two pkecsandscwonat
thu same time.
I twill mako n runic nnd stitch u pillow blip on to
IUU Hill!!, ui. uiuu nine.
It will shirr any kind of goods.
It will mako plaited trimming either with or with
out sewing 11 on.
It will mako plaited trimming either tcallaped or
oiiuifcui. Dim noil H Iilini-K uu UI inu blllllO unit'.
will uiuko knife plaiting.
J. SALTZEli Gen'l Agent,
oct. 1, '80-tf.
At Crane's Cancer Infirmary, Addl::n, N. V,
IIUNDiiEDS OF l'EHSON'S fromall parts of the
world havj been cured ct tills much dreaded dls
easo uuu are now niiug witnesses that thev havt
been rescued lrom a terrlbui ami utiiimpiv it,.nih
Doctors. .Mialsteis nnd the Poor treatedfreo. Wrlto
lorueircuiur giuiig iuu pariicuirirs. Auuurcss urs.
utu, citAu x t.usn isituw.N, Aaai&on, n. v.
Oct. 1, 'so-iy
mil Trrfcit mam immm m
Weaver Sc Oo's Ada.
can bo madd at homo by
any active man or woman.
I""" " boy .or gltl. You will not
bo obliged to leavo your 0 -vn town, or bn away from
viB utn uiKiii. juy uuu uuu euuiiiict tlio uual
nt-ss. It rtuulrts no capita'.
WE WiLLsl'AUT VOU WITH AN' OllTHT WOUTII
jt jr ri(Gb.'b.s
if you nro fmployod during tho day vou can
mako fromf lto:i an evening. Some t r our agents
l 1 iu, i. ilium, oi m u Miigiu uny. 11 rim ni (nice
in inn pjrueuiara to e. 11. KiiibOi'T. no narclay
oiii-i-ii ... iiatu inarcu 11, -st'Cm
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS
3li:vi:it ifc SON, 72i ,nxh btrcct Philadelphia
Highest Awards tor tho best llanos: London
I'arls, Centennial nni Fenu'a Mate Fairs,
march 11, 'Sl-cm wtco
LATEST STYLES OF
At the 'COLUMBIAN OFFICE.'
m Outfit tree tOtllO'-OllhO Wlihtl niipnvn
-v tho most pleasant and pioiltablebu-inof-s
I known, Everything new. capital not ix
oulred. Wo will rm-nUh inn vr.rvti,i.,f. tn
-j t.UM uiiiaiu,i,uiiiij luuuu iiiinoui staying
awayrrom homo over night. No ihk wlutlever.
"uim-is ivuuuu ui ouco. jiany .tru m.tk
log fortunes at the busings 1 ji,n.a m.t . ,.i.i
as men, and young boys undglils makogrfut pay.
o unu who is willing to work r. lis to mako more
money every day thau can be mad.iln awet-k at any
ordinary employment. Those who engage at once
it ui uuu u ouuri. roua ui loriuuj. A J Jres li. II ic-
a. t.o.. lutuiuiti, jiauir). oct. lryMy
THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE-
Whereas, tho world renowned reputation or llw
White lowing Maclimo
Induces many unscrupulous competitors to resort to
SUWC0 'f8 fPffflar aulhorlicd dealers, who will
be sustained by tho following warranty.
WE WAItHANT THE NATUHAL WEAK AND TEAK
White Shuttle Mm Machine,
PLATE NUMI1EK 1033311 FOIt FAMILY PIIHPO.
HES. AND llEltKHY All It Kll TO K REP Till! SME
IN ItEPAIrt FOIt T 1 1 K T El 1 M OFl-'IVlfiV I A 1 1 w
boXblusTnd1ihtu'tlteXsC.Cpta th0 tneo
pffiTuXr'abovo' fvtcneosaPonasUDw?u1 Z
WHITE BEWINQ J1AC1IINH CO,
Tho "WHITE" Bhuttlo Eowlns Machine
Hax oBXATiu CArAClTT than any Other family Ho wlnu
Machlns for doing every variety or work? 8
J, BALT2KK, General Agent,
Ojt, , ,0-tf, Woaaubue,?.
RAILROAD TIME TABLgS
JyJ-OltTliKUN OENTJtAL KAILWAY
WINTER TIME TAllLE.
On nnd nflcr Hund.iy, Nov. I, two, n10
1 tlio Plillfldolrhla & Krlo 11a lro.id Iiininn iiifJ?.
Erlo Mail leaves I'hltadelphla
" " llarrlburg
" " Mlillani'port
" " .Icrsey tihoro
" " Uiclt Haven
' " licnovo
it nrrlvn at i:rlo
4 ss um
8 4,1 ii ,
5 l'3 H IA
.? 40 a in
li os a in
J -is p in
Niagara nxprcsa leaves rniinucipnia u oo a Hi
iiri i iiuurg ix inn tn
arr. MWIIIIiinisiHjrt a 13 n in
; " Lockllatcii 4 tu p ti
" " llenovo 0 40 n m
Fast IJno leaves Millndclphla la iu nln
" lisrrlsburg 4o,i!in
ttrrlvo at Wllllamsport 7 r,,-, , in
" I.ockllavcn SlgplrJ
acinc Express leaves !.ock Ilnvcn r f 5 a m
tieiflujf nnuru 4 i a m
" " Wllllamsport 8 so am
" ftirlvontllarrlshurg Vjwinir!
' 1'hlladelpliTa 43hm
Day Express leaves ller.ovn lo (13 a in
" Ick Haven ll as a
" ' V llliamsport lasspm
" arrive at Harrls-burg mohm
' " rhlladelpKla esspm
Krlo MalUcavea licnovo soonm
' " Ick Haven loiopm
1' " WllllamsDort ltani.i,.
arrives at llarrlsburg 3ti0 nm
" " l'hlladelphi.t 7i)3ain
Fast Lino leaves Wllllamsport u 15 a tu
arrives at Ilarrlsbtirg 3 fs a in
" " lhlladelphl.1 T05nm
Eiln Mall west and Dav llxurewi i:ast tn.il.,i ri.,.
connections at Northumberland ll hi,.; 11, u, jj
trains iui it iiNtouai iu uuu owuuioh,
Rrln Mall West. Nlatrara Kxnrcss West nnrt v
Uno WcBt mako close connection nt Wlllicrnsi-or
wllliN.C. It. W. trains north. '
rjlntrnra XxnrcBS West nnd llav rTrrro v..
make cloto connection at Lock Ilnvcn with 11. t.v,
11, it. iriuus.
rrlo Mall caM. nnd West connect nt Trtn n-m.
trains on I a. & M. H. It. It. ; at Corry with 0. c. 4:
A. V. it. It. : nt Emporium with 11. N. Y. & p. 11. u
and nt Driftwood with A. V. It. It.
Parlor cars will run between riillalclnhla uri
wiuampori. on ixiugura lixpiesH Heat, aim ia tx
press least. Ulccplug cars on nil night traln-i.
it n. ii.ti.iJiYl,
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY
On and after January 17 Hi. 1S9I. trains tvlrt lf-ivn
Sunbury ns foliows :
Northern Exjiress c.30 a. m arrive Elmlra 12.30 pm
Arrlvo at canandalgua 3.25 p. m
" ltoch03tcr 4 40 " I
" Niagara. 8 43
Niagara Express 1.03 p. m. nrrlvo E inlra col p m
arrive uananiialgua 8 35 "
" Itochoster 0 43 "
" Niagara U.Wara
Fast lino c.lo p m arrive Elmira 1 1.05 p m
" Wntklns 11.03 pm
Southern Expreos 1.S2 a. m. arrlvo Itarrlsb'g 3.15 a in
arrive rhlladoiphli 7.33 "
" Now York 10.33 "
" Baltlmoro 7.40
" Washington 0,02 a ra
racino Express 10.no a m arrlvo Harrlsb'g 12.es p ra
milvo lTil'adolpbla 3.43pm
" Now York ess "
" Baltlmoro c.2i
1 Washington 7.6-2
Day ExprcBil 60 p m nrrlvo Ilarrlsbtirg 3.10 p ra
" I'miaaeipma' c.13 "
" New York .80 "
" Baltlmoro 0.35
Erie Mall 1.03 a. m. arrlvo narrlsturg 3.0s a. ml
' Philadelphia .3i "
" Now York '0.31 "
i Baltlmoro 7.40
" Washington 9 02
L. P. l-'AIlMEIi, General rnssongcr Aott.
FltANK THOMSON, Ooneral Manair.
jpiIILADELPHA AND READING ROAD
ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER
May 11, 1870.
TniIN8 I.BIVK HCPKKT AS F0I.L0W88UKPA Y EXCETT1D
For New York, Philadelphia, Heading, Pottatllls
Tamaqua, &c, 11,49 a. m
For catawlssa, 11,43 a. m. 7,21 and 7,S5 p. m.
For Wllllamsport, c,M 9,03 a. m. and ifit p. m.
THAINSrOU 11C1-BUT LEAVK AS VOIXO W.1, (SI HD AY EI
Leavo New York, 8,43 a. to.
Leave Philadelphia, 0,13 a, m.
Leavo Heading, ll,6Bn. m., Pottavlllo, 12,39 p. m
and Tamaqua, l,ss p. in.
Leavo Catawlssa, 0,20 8,50 n. m. and 4,oo p, m.
Leavo Willlaraspori,9,40a.m,2,l5p. m. and 4,to p. m
Passengers to nudftotn New York nnd Philadel
phia go througa without chango of cars.
J. E. WOOTTEN,
C. O. HANCOCK,
Oeneral Ticket Agent.
Tlmo-Tablo No. 89, Takes effect at 4:30 A.
MONDAY, JUNE 10, 13JS.
p.m. p.m. a.m.
?o 4 12 V 40
9 17 9 37
9 OS 9 80
S 68 3 01 9 21
8 SI 3 40 9 19
8 40 3 4l 9 14
8 33 8 30 9 04
8 13 3 10 8 44
8 SS 8 80 B to
8 12 3 12 8 47
8 04 3 04 8 89
7 61 2 51 8 23
7 S3 S 89 8 17
7 ;-2 31 8 12
7 23 2 28 6 00
7 02 2 C4 7 44l
65 1 67 7 33
C SO 1 St 7 83
5 43 1 48 7 29
d 21 1 27 7 11
8 00 1 00 6 46
p.m. p.m. a.m.
a.m. p m. p.m
. Berwick ....
3 10 7 IS
3 IS 7 23
11 45 4 49
11 61 4 63
6 CO 860
tmn vine.. ..-...
6 IS 8 21
9 13 9 61
u 30 9
6 45 9
rj.m. n.m. a.m
W. F. UALBTKAD, tiupt.
rtaparlntcndentli Office, Hcranton, Juno 10, It-K
AINWRIOIIT & CO.,
TEAS, BYflUPS, COFFEE, BUQAlt, MOLASSES.
Rill, SriCSS, BICA8D SODA, &0., 0,
N S. Corner Seond and Arch strcote,
ifOrdcra will rocelvn prorupt stwntloa.
Fever, cold Ii
. SC.. Illicit
fif'riTlP.HwnOfirTutllUlo nnger, a pai
Mill to lib;
Having gained an envlabla lecal rcputalloii.d'rpla
clng ail oner prepunUlons In tho vicinity of dis
discovery. Is, ou Its merits alone, recognUed as a
wonderful remedy wherever known, A lulr trial
will eonvlnco tlio most skeptical of Its curutivo
poweis. Itcrrectuallycleauses llio unsul pasmgi-s
otcatarihal tlrus, causing healthy bfcrt'tlcns, al
iujs li.llaininatlon nnd Irritation, i roietlslhc rntiu
brauullliiinga ot iho head liom jddlllomilcolds.
completely heals thu toit-s, and rcbtues the wnw
of tusto and smell, llencllclal results aro reallied
lyafew applications. A thorough neutHt i.t ha "I
iccied villi euro fatoi rh. As a househtld itinidy
for cold In thu head It Is uuequolcd. '1 ho b.tim a
easy to uto and ngreentlo. t-old by druggists ut'"
cents, on receipt of to cents will mall apackogo
send for circular, with full infoimatlon,
ELY'S CItEAM UALSI CO., Owf go, N. Y,
Fou salo in Illoorasburg br JIni er llros , c. A. Klelm,
N. J. Hendershott aud .1 II. Klnporls uhd by Iiulc
salo Druggists generally,
Cn tv)DalW-r'f'-YIS,i0'llc'l. clennsliig, ana
ysVppvXW- 'yf-Whealliig tho diseased
TT T71 1" Ti Yourselves by makng money
l-l M I I- when a golden chanco is of;
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.o.jjjj. poverty from your door. '1 bote
who alwaj s take advantagu of t ho good chanct s for
making money that aro offered, generally become
wealthy, wmlo thobo who do not Improve such
chances remain In poverty. Wo want many women,
boys anil girls to work for us right In llielr own l"
calllles. Tho buslntm will pay moro than ten limes
ordinary wages. Wo furnish an uxtetitlit) outllt sw
all that jou ueed, tree. No ono who engages fulls to
make money very rapidly. You can devote jour
wi olollmo to tho work or only your epai ointments
Full information and all that Is needed fccntfico
Address bTtnson & co., Portland, Maine. oct.l&'W-'y
JOB PIUNTir0 "
Neatly and cheaply executed -it ll'i
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