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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Hiring Fiirnl Lnlior. ; j ,
l'Y'W nuwtloiin nro of uri-nlcr iiinmi t
unco to tlio nvci'nuofnriiiL'rtlmn ttio.turu
luting to fnnit hutp. Who slmll wo ciu-Iiloy-
siii,-1o or maim-d men Slmll wo
ooanl our men or luro tht'in to hoard
llioinsulvcsl Tlio jimpcr niiswcr to tlii'su
questions will necessarily vary with tlio
Mirroumlinjf ciretinistmu'es ot tlio farm
er. For Ini-jro farmers, wo nro ntronily
In favor of tlio tenement system. Jim
rietl men uro inoro steady, thuv can ho
inoro easily olitained, and their mind is
nioro upon your Inisiness, and nhovo all,
thoy havo usually had lixperienc'o in
work, which is an iinrtlirUui iteiu. In
order to adopt tills systum, howcveilhcro
must ho convenient tcneineuts in Which
the workman can live. Of course tlieso
fiuggestions apply to farmers who need
much help upon their farms. Wo recom
mend tho plan ot men hoarding them
selves, on tho ground that they can do it
cheaper than any ono else. If a man is
inclined to live extravagantly, and hoards
himself ho has tho benefit of it. If on
tho other hand, ho prefers to live eco
nomically, and is content witli plain,
wholesome fare, hu has reward hy tho
money saved- in this way. Tho witno
holds true with tho farmer himself. Hut
witli tho farmer who hoards his nicji,
ho cannot arrange these things so satis
factorily. There is another advantage
to tlio plan a plea for tho farmer's wife.
In ljiany akfnrmcr'a homo whero several
( men nro hoarded, the farmer's wife is
made 'hut a little more than a slave to
Work. When men hoard themselves,
. milch extra work is done away with for
;,thci farinei'g wife. In discussing this
(juration wo do not wish to ho sellish.
There nre always worthy, young unmar
ried men wlwvlsh to work. This class
of farm help can always lind good places
among farmers who arc situated so as
to ho able to hire men to hoard them
selves. Our experience has demonstrat
ed the fact to us, that there is great diff
erence in hired help. Wo are greatly iu
favor of procuring good men when they
are lojbo fcninii. Wo behave many farm
ers mak'o a, serious mistake in placing
too much stress upon tho prico paid
farmhands. Thoy hire tho man whom
thoy can get the cheapest, with littlo re
gard to age, experience or reputation.
We prefer to hire good men, and pay
good wages. Tlio man who works fol
lower wages than ho asks and desires
cannot work as faithfully or as well as
ho who obtains what ho really should
have. It creates in him a feeling of un
easiness and dissatisfaction, which work
against his employer's interest. Good
men who are-paid good wages will in
the majority of cases prove the cheaji
est help for the farmer.
Professor Ileal, who has been experh
mcnting witli an orchard situated on
rolling land of a black loamy nature
since 1873; repqrts tho following results:
"Around sonic trees small circles were
kept cultivated:1 but these trees ilo'iio
better than those which grow in sod.
A circlo of grass extending nearly out
to tho ends of the overshadowing lines
is of little or no damage after tho tree
has grown fifteen or more1 years and has
become well established. Trees of this
age, left in grass without manure, in our
orchards, grow more slowly, produce less
fruit, of a smaller si.o and poorer inn.
tv. than trees which have been well cul
tivated; tho fruit' is generally, inour ex
pcriments of a brighter color when grown
on trees left iu grass. When spread
broadcast about a tree, barnyard manure
produces a good effect about two years
sooner than when the manure is placed,
closo' to the tree. Some trees-were kept
heavily mulched, to others ashes were ap
plied, at tho rate of one wagon load of
leached, or two or three bushels ot nn
leachcd per tree; others were given a
wagon load of barnyard manure; these
applications 'werd made four years ago,
and perhaps it is too soon to arrive at
conclusions, hut as yet tfie trees appear
about tho same, no d'ifferenco being visi
ble iu favor of either of the above modes
of manuring. Wliern clear cultivation
has been practiced, without fertilizers or
mulch, the fruit seemed to ho just as
abundant and of as good quality as iu
the three last cases enumerated. Thor
ough tilling of the land has been one of
the best experiments, and has apparently
produced tlio best results, I 'have ex
perimented in thinning apples while they
uro small, and find it very prolitnblc.
In breeding for early market, it is im
portant to havo a breed th.it grows rapidly
and lleshcs up young;' the Mrin should be
yellow, and if tho feathers' are all white,
both the chicks and old fowl will lpok
much better when dressed than those
with colored feathers. Tho color of tho
skin is important, yet half of the fowls
that are sent to market havo anything
hut a yellow skin. Small bone, short
legs and a well rounded form arc also
desirable and a size, when full
grown, not less than five pounds, and
not over 'six before dressed, givo tho best
early chicks for market. None of these
qualities nro an injury to a laying hen;
and if to tliem 'aro added good layers,
hardy and quiet, wo "havo combined
the points necessary for both meat and
Tho question is raised whether it is
right to color butter artificially. Since
tlio coloring of butter is probably due to
tho coloring matter iu tho food, as well
. as to tho power of t)io cow to iu
movo tho samu fiom the food, the ques
tion may be asked whether there is any
inoro wroilg"in putting tho coloring into
tho butter than insupplyingfood tothoan
imal which will cause tho cow to give milk,
tho cream of which will make yellow
butter. At all events, as tho coloring is
now mado from harmless substance, and
tlio colored butter is as good and pure as
tlio uucoh r.'d (when properly done), and
as people prefer tho u'ucolorcd butter, we
think tho benefit of tho doubt belongs to
Investigations havo almost invariably
proved that cattle plagues have their or
igin in lilth and lack of care, either iu
tho'stahles or pastures. Tho causes of
these plaguew, it has been ascertained nre
largely auahigous to those that induce
cholera, and many of tho other scourges
that ((iino upon the human race, and
when they once attain tho degree of
contagion, aro as unsparing 'and fatal ns
they are among tho human family. Had
fooil soon induces unhealthy blood, nnd
when filth, foul odor and similar influ
ences nro encountered iu that condition
of thesystem, tho result is a development
of disease, which although local at the
moment of its origin, spreads as rapidly
as fresh material is brought into contact
si;t hack -12 yi'aiis.
I was troubled for many years with
kidney complaint, gravel, &o.( my blood
became thin- I was dull and inactive;
could hardly crawl nuoiitj was u old
wot n put man nil over; could get uoth
mi' to help me, until I j.ot Hop Hitlers,
ami now 1 am u boy again. My blood
nnd Kidneys aro all right, and 1 nni as
W nctivo ns ami of "Hhough I nin
72. nnd I have no doubt it will do nn
' v-fll for others of my ago. It i worth
A ltlOii .Man's Woiii; Koom. The
owner of the greal Cornwall iron estate
in l'ennsylvanl' , Mr. Hubert Coleman,
has a lino meclianic.il taste Mid pays
much nltenlloii to mechanics and engi
neering. To fnclhlalo his investigations
ho has constructed a circular railroad
witli a double lino of steel tracks, inclos
ed iu a largo building. Tho length of
the track is about oncnundrcd nnd fifty
feet witli two sidings. Patent safely
switches, electric crossing signals, safety
irogs, anil tlio latest method ot iaslcmng
rails aro employed. The turntables of
the miniature round house operate auto
tnatlcally. Tlio Unco' small locomotives
(fompriso every piece of ineclianisni,every
Will, boll, screw, lover, lirc,cock,pipe, and
pump of tho largest machines. Tho
boiler-jackets, roils and driver are-nickel-plated,
and soinu of tho bright work is
silver-plated. Tho cabs aro of solid wal
nut, and tho boilers proper and the lire
boxes nro of wrought steel. The ten
ders nro of copper, nnd their water sup
ply is taken bv scoops from vats on the
roadway wliitu tlio locomotives arc iu
Tho locomotives nre about four feet in
length, including the tender, and are
models of beauty. They arc of English
design, so far as high driving wheels nre
concerned, otherwise they nro advanced
American mechanical ideas nnd have
many original appliances of Mr. Cole
man s invention. Tho locomotives nre
tiicd up nnd set iu motion. Around tl.o
tracks thoy go, while the millionaire own
er watches tho movements of the mlnai
turc machinery. Hours nro thus passed
all sorts of experiments aro tried, high
speed and low1 speed arc compared to de
termine tliu comparative effects of ,fric
tion.and other questions of railway econ
omy. XcTaUit'ie American.
(jlrlCK and sum-:.
Many people drag themselves wearily
about from day to day, not knowing
what nils them, but with failing strength
and spirits, feeling all tho time that they
aro steadily sinking into their graves.
If these. sufferers would only use Par
ker's C'ingcr Tonic, they would find a
euro commencing from tlio first dose,aud
vitality )Strength and cheerfulness quickly
and surely coming hack to them, with,
restoration to perfect health. Sec ad-'
vortising column. Tribune.
When an apothecary recommends some
particular remedy for a cold, ho is not
usurping the function of a physician to a
dangerous extent, lie may also give
medical advice about your corns or your
toothache without subjecting you to
much risk of injury. , Just how far ho
ought, to go in prescribing is a dillicult
question to settle. Tho Medical Associ
ation and the College of Pharmacy of
Washington h.'ivc fallen out over it.
Soinu of the, pharmacists in that city
have taken it unon themselves to practice
medicine as well as to sell it, not hesitat
ing to deal with dangerous diseases. The
doctors reasonably demand a law against
this evil. They further .insist that a pre
scription shall not he'maile up n second
time unless permission to repent it is
marked on tho paper. Their argument
on this point is that the use of perilous
drugs, is often continued longer than
tho physician intended. Tho apothecar
ies" reply that the doctors are simply
looking out for a multiplication of fees,
and that some pharmacists can cure an
unimportant malady as well as some phy
sicians. The best plan when one is really
sick is to "o to a man who has M. 1).
after his name. Those letters are not a
guarantee of skillful treatment, but they
raise a probability ot it.
A Strange uml Terrible Disease.
A strange and terrible disease has broken
out among tho Chinamen employed on
tho Canada and Pacific railroad iu Brit
ish Columbia. A Chinaman, sat down,
apparently, perfectly well, to dinner,
when his feet began to swell. The swel
ling extended up to his legs and body,
reaching vital parts in ten. minutes, caus
ing the abdomen and chest to expand
to unnatural proportions. lie tumbled
down dead '.in less "than 11 ft ecu' minules
from tho time the disease attacked his
feet. Morii than ouu hundred have been
carried off ih tins .way. The whites
aro alarmed, and in some instances the
foremen have lied.
Xear Sardis, Miss., there is an old cat
that, is rearing a queer brood, consisting
of two eat kittens and three young rab
bits (hares). She hatf found them in a
field, and after guarding them until their
mother came, she caught and killed her
and then gathered up the three little
ones and brought them home to live
with her and her little' family of kittens.
The Academy linils 'fault with novel
ists' who teach tho rising generation how
young gentlemen kiss their dancing
partners in greenhouses nnd other seclud
A Port Jervis cat boasts of a posterity
of 108 kittens. This cat lias never used
tobacco in any form.
' The Melfiodtsta of the United Slates number
'3,521,000, and are divided inlo fifieen organi
zttion', though the great bulk of llie member
ship ia included in the .Methodist Episcopal, the
.Methodist KpUtonnl .South, and the African
MetlioJist Episcopal. The division was made
inlg'5, on tho slaver; ijuettion, and llie lat
was Fepirated on the color line in 18(il. The
Methodist Protestant is Iho outcomo of a Strug
gin iu the Melhodiat Episcopal on the question
of lay representation and it bo 1 i tic ti of the Presi
ding Eldership, and dots not differ on other
points with the parent licdy. The Kvnngelii
cat Association is a Herman Methodist body,
with its chief membership In I'ennylyaniu'.
The American Wcsleyati Connection was form
ed in 1813 by Mttnodlst Aholilioniitr, who
wished lo takoa religious slar.d satirist slaver
The Free Methodist is a clmrpli formed in 1800
hy those who IHievcd that Methodism was
gelling loo worluly, and the l'rimjiive Metho
dist is the remit of similar though usrlur de
parture. Tho Xccro Methodists al'o have
several separate mcK TI-o general MethndUt
feeling U that a union of mou of iheso churches
rniitht nuw he tU'ected.
P A TRUE TONIC W
A PERFECT STRENGTHENER.A SURE REVIVER.
lltON BlXTKItS aro Lluhly rccomiucnded for all diseases ro !
qulriiif; u certain and efficient tunic ; fajiccrally Iiul'ujruion, DjsjHjisui, Inter'
wimiu rncrt, name jippauc.jjMscj
tlio Mood, btreimtlicna tho unlocks uiid
in i : ... ,i . n.. ji.. . . -
iiko a cuariii ira inu uigixjvr orgunn, rcmuviiig uu uyapcjiiiu.yiuiiiniiia, eucli
na Jhtlimj the I'vod, Jidchiug, Jlcut in th4itomach,Jlmrtluri,etc, Tlio only
Iron PrcimnUlou tlmt vvl 1 1 not bliifko.r. (hti c(th ur trlvu
lieadliolic. Bold by all Urui!lala. Wrlto for tho A II 0 liouk, 'J3 jip. or
useful aud uinusin readina eif fret.
IJHONVN ClIUMioAL CO., "UaUhi.oro, Mtl,
Vat Sft y Htoyvr ktiatkcil.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Tim 1'oIHvp Cnm
For nil Fomalo Complaints.
TMt-rorwntl(n, iu Its hama Hit nines, connMj of
VptfotAMo rrt'ic. Hoi lliftt nro Ji.imilcM to tho i-iokt del
IcatcinralM. t'Kn ono trial tho merit a of this Com
jnui.l will !orocoiil-toil(nj relief Is Immetlhto and
when It 1 tiw It font Imieri, In hlncty-nf.no CMwn In ft liun.
(lrwt.niviT.ianoiitrurolu'fTcctcil.-uthouwnila will tes
tify. O.i neeount of Iti proven merit?, It la ttwiaro
Ctvnmeitl-jl und jircscrlhutl ty tho be.t l'liyelcttni In
It trill enro (ntlrely lio went form of filling
of lU3 titertH, Icticorrhn-it, Irregular find imtnful
Menstruation, ftllOTurlanTnnjtdcfl, Inflammation ami
Ulceration, Floodlng-i, till Plrplac-cmcnta nnd tho con
Kequc'itniinfllweikiieu,ni.dlJ mKiially tdaptcd t
tttaChanfrocf Ufa UM1I!I ootvo and ex; I tumor i
f roi.i tho i term In fin can ly i tajjro of ilcrclnnucnt. Tho
tjnderteytdcxnerujjliuniomthcro Ij cWliud very
1.1 fa. S It rrored to bo tho (treat.
ct.t find bent remedy that Itni ever Ktu diwoTer
rJ. It iKTineatcsevgryiHirtlonof thofycUm.andelTea
utroyj allcravlntf for ittnUantJ.uni rdlovtg weatnet
ItcurtrtCloitln-;, Headaches, Nervoni TniLtrttlon,
3t.-ncrJ lVhli;t,EKt.:.unc.3, Depiction i.d Iiiui-
r'-lt-t- That feellnrf tif bt-trtntfilovn, caustt.g pain,
weight and l iut.-uhe, luiiluuya KncatKnlly cured I y
Ham!, UMilntalltlnc-rndunilirUl tlmim ten
ciw, act l i haruwuiy ulUitUo U that (-vvuiud tho
For lCldnoyCom:liiiit)of either nex thli cornpoutJ
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Is pre; ta icd utCMand CMWestei n Afenue, I.jrn, Ma .
'i leo 1.JJ. S: J btttloj fur fciOO. Scrd by uiul In tho
form of pllKaUotn tho fuiin tf toeiiits, on m-ti;t
tifirlcc, e.W, r hot, fup ilthcr. Urn. MMiltAU
freely ans-Aerialllat.racf Inquiry. Bend fur jatu
phtct, AJJrcaJtuujoio Matt 10,1 thta ji;ii
V.3 fatuity rho-uU bo without LYDIA U 1'INKHAM
UVCtt Tim. They euro Con:tJp.it!on, ruiwUhUit
undTorpIdity of tho Liver. CO unapt r box.
JOHNSTON. HOLLOW A & CO.,
General Agents, Phih., Fa.
MOYER BROTHERS., Bloorcsburg, Pa,
June u ly.
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BOLD frit DAI AWARDED
the Author. A now nnd -treat Med
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chcai?--ttindi3-.Hift&lle to OTery
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ACSKIVTS! Ai:TS! AG13NT.
JOHN B. CUUtJll'8 hran new hook, jist ituWiiA, entitled
SUNLIGHT AND SHADOW
Is the IksI ehinco trr nffeml to vnu. It. Krpn.. m .l.aun
Iromthc trlcht and ihady iidc. of real life. andjort0l a.
t cnaiivv rier inrrri io you. its neenf I B
trlcht and ihady iidci of real lfe and poi
John B. Gouffh
cn ;-tr. them. For Tatlxx, Uiimor. aid iwfcw intcrttt. It tt
vittiuut a peer. It I. the "hnnuii) " book for .tyrnti, end out
eclli all others 10 to . 80th tiotuanl in I rtu. luOAircats
wanted, tneo and women. Now la the time. tTLjxiwvt Tint
t'U.t Tubs.. Ilartfvrdi CoDb
nprll 9 4r
FA0T8 WORTH KNOWING. 1
flini.r. Sieba. llisdrtko. Stllllncla ud
m&ny other of the best medicines known are so'
kllliully combined In Parker's Ginoeii Toxic!
u to males It tbe Kreatrst Blood Purifier and
To ll.it jloalin and hircogia jit.tor.r
Rrt rttirtnft III tbo comnodtlon of PaiiskrV
OntoKa Tonio that no dlscaso can ioog exist'
where It is used. Hyou hive Dyspepsia. H.id
eh.. Rh.umatitm. Nouralgia, Bowel. Kidney.
a. LIiia Disordr. or if vou need a mild ntlm-1
'Ulant, orappeliter, tho Tonic Is Just the mod-;
icine I or you. as it is nigwy cur&ure aou in,
vljoratlng but Dover Intoxicating.
If you are slowly wasting nway with Con-'
umption or any alclmeas. It you havo a Painful.
Cough or a. bad Cold, lUnxin's UlMicn To.nic
will surely help you. It gives new llfo and'
rigor to the feeble lind aged, and Ih a certain!
euro for Rheumatism and Cholera Infantum. .
It liaa Saved Hundred, ot Llioij It aaj;
If you are feeling mlscraUo don't wait until'
you aro down sick, but uso tho Tome lcntay.;
No matter wliatyourdiseasui or cymiitoruumuy.
bo It will give prompt relief.
Remember I Tarkkii's Uinoeii Tonio Is not'
a rum drink but tho Beit and Purest Family,
Medicine ever made, comiioimded by a new.
process, and entirely different from Hitters.'
r prfiiuntiiuiui uiHi uti uLiiur iuuii.it. iijt,
buttle. Your druggist can supply you. .
PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM
The Beit and lloit Ecouomleal Hair Ure.ilai
ezqulsiteiy perfumed and perfectly lurmtess.
ITIll ilnari lleitore Cray or KiJe.l II. Ir
to Its orieinal youdiful color and appearance, and U
wambled to atop tu falUnj. assist. Hi growth and
Afcw applications of the Haisam will soften th.
hair, cleanse all dandruff and cure itching and hu
sjwun of the scalp. Sold byalldniggUua(0js,sofi.
ALWAYS ON HAND
AT THIS OFFICE
por COLDS AND
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT
W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M.D.
1321 Aroh Street, Philadelphia.
Feb. If, '81. ly
pimiym, imckvj r.mripj, etc, j.nrtCIii'S
Itlvca new life to tlio nerves. They uct
L. i li i ., . ' .
MORRIS & IRELAND'S
THE ONLY EIGHT FLANGE SAFE
MADE IN THE WORLD.
AND CONTAINING OUR
Patent Tnsitlc Bolt Work,
Patent Hinged Cap,
Inside Iron Linings,
Solid Iron Corners,
LATEST FROM MAINE.
Lock's M lU'a, OMord co , Jle.
Messrs. .Morris .t Ireland:
flcnta: on tlio sinil or November, 1S79, our spool
mill at this place, foxi), two stories lilyli, wasio
tnlly consumed by tiro, In wlilcli tliero was a largo
quantity or spool lumber, spo i h aud blocks, nil sea
boned. Tlio llro buruerl for three nnd a null Ua)s.
Wis lad ooo of jour nates in our mill and Tuesday
morning foliowluK, eighty liouis utter; the nre.it
was loo hot. to handle, beloff covered with burning
blocks. Homo lime alter It uns opened and tho con
tents wcru tn a rrood state ot preservation, not a
book orpipo'belut; destroyed, i urn satlifled with
your safes and havo purchased another, and can
cheerfully recommend them to anyonu wishing lo
becuio their valuables from being destroyed by lire.
lours iruiy, i. u. ieiiith,
lloasting Thirty Iloirslna lleilof Ited Hot Coals.
Corning, N. i ., January , '61.
Morris & Ireland. Boston. Mass.
(lcntlcmon:-On tho night of tho lire In our II-
lagu.on thoiotli ult.Ihidln uso one of your. No.
I Hares 1 urn pleased to Inform you, uftcr tho lloor
gave way it icii into me cenar, into a neap or ourn
lug coal, whero it roasted for thirty hours, our cit
izens and myself guvo up tlio hope or anything be
ing saved tu It. On beln? taken from the ruins t was
nappuy aisappointca io una my casu, voucners ana
oilier articles of value Dorleetlv Drcserved. llie
combination workd well now. I am satlsllnd
journew and improved work, ono oiwuicn.u no.
it), 1 luvo ord-red t jour agent to-day, wilt afford
absolute protection In any lire,
Truly Yours, E. S. Uarnes,
ST 1L ABA D-
Itocuester, N. n., Dec. to, -8).
Messrs. Morris & Ireland:
Dear Sirs: In tlio dlins'rous tiro wnlthtook place
In this town Nov. .in, the Morris uud Inl ind safe In
my ktoru wus subjected lo u severo tist, b-lng
thrown Into tlio cllnriuid a huge muss of debi Is
fell upon It, and It wis l:i Hh iiilnssouie two days.
I take pleasure In tiiformlng jou that upun excava
tion It was opened without iroubieuiid thecoriMits
were fuiinil tn be unli.Jurcil. 1 cliterrul y recom
mend your hup sand bliould I wmil uuolli.r I suuuld
ce Liinly puich ixu one Hum jou.
Yuurs truly, u. W. IIowk.
I'rom the (Ireat File In Troy, New Ytrk.
Troy, N. Y Hecember II, 1ST9.
Mesfi s. Morris & Ireland. Hot ton:
(lentil incut-After MltiuHMng the chnrred bonks
out or tho sales i.peni'it, also one or my own widen
wa an it her uku. which was l.otln tlm heal ot
the lit a like the No fl Ulelv purchased or jnu.nlilch
was In the 11 lo oer H'IIJ.i Iglit hoars, raid had to be
continually pla) e'l on during Monday night, as It
wa' completely huiroiii iled with burning muslins
uml olli. r Inllaiii ible maicilal, on opening Itlu Hie
rutin i' e day i IlerLooi , I was pleased to lluu the
cuntents, books, papers and u.oi ey wem nil pie
bervedlnu reinaikaMy U'O'd coiidmon. With this
proof of tlio llie qualities of youi snlo wi) have ;lw
en jour ogeut nn order f r one No. a Burn.
Yours respectfully, Davis & Co.
JAN UAH Y. 1SS0.
Morris & Ireland's tiatot Again Tilumpliunt-Mcssrs.
Hlee, Kendall Co's. Large Kate lleveuls its
Vuluublu cuntcuis Inuicl, alter being sub
ject, d lo luleu elieut for nuu Hundred
arid Thirty Hours.
lloston, January 2, Uso,
Messrs. Morris Ireland. Ucs;oc:
Oents:-On the nlcht of Dcccmter is. last, tho
building occupied tu part by us at No. tt Federal
street, met which as lour hlorles hlyli and about
am leet deep, caugm llro aud was do.noyed, with
all us contents, coiiM.ilng cf u eiy laigo stuck ot
paper, took tinders' nulerlals and o .iier merchan
dise. While suvi ral other large b indings adjoining
ours were burned at the same time, the Ilaines wcru
extinguished tlio following dav. but our slock con
tinued to burn ror oujb thereafter. After u di lay ot
13U hours wo were ablu to imvu our safa dug out
iruin UU ruiuauuii upeueu, utm weiu pieiu-tu luiuiu
ull the cohteuls well preserved. '1 ho safe contained
our most valiHblH books, mi lie is. tie Holes, etcand
wo now feelsuro llutour Juug.nent wus comet lu
bujlngonoot our iufe, wfilch wo decided todo
after knowing tho wondeiful record of your sales lu
tho great llostnn flro oi 'it. V regmd tho nioti c
tlonif your safoi.s most rcmuikable, and this tire
Is a guurunly of lis security lo those who muy wish
Y'ours vciy truly, llicn, Kkspau. fc Co,
Al o a Communica i?n from Es-Govcr-
nor Mix. R:cs,
lloston, January is o,
MESSH4 MOUHIS k 1H1I.AN1-
dents: I havo made caitful examination rt Iho
contents of tho sate purchased i f you sumo ears
Bluceby tbo Arm of luce, Kendall s. Co . and which
was Bubiccltn tlio test of eiiormoui heat In tho
great lire of last Sunday night. 1 renard tlio se
curity or mo Barj uniter mo eircumstances us most
rcmaikablu, Nonu of Us contents were burned,
nur wcru uir ui uiemnu mjuru'i uy uu.il us io uo
matcrlallv damaged I shout I commit hiiv securit
ies to your sat j hereafter with additional ujuii-
uencu. Miiugreuvrespeci., youis veryiruiy.
Alexander II. lilco.
THE LATEST YET.
BTjr THE SAME RESULT,
8o. Norrldgowock, Mo'.. Feb. 1. lssl,
Messrs Morris A Ireland, lloston Moss. :
Tho safe 1 nought of jou last October was In a
two-story wooden bulldlug, which buried Jan. ai.
The building took llro In iho night, and thusHfi.
building amlltsconnnts, roll lulu tho cellar upon
a pile of dry wood, nuking a h it lire which listed
for ten hours. , Thjout.luaoflh) sifo wai noited
red hot. It melted thu h indlu uud dial on llu door.
Tho contents consisted of wa'ches. Jewelry, Bluer.
ware, books papors i ., nil of which came, out In
good cojdltlou, I'uiHrs lllujugali st fie InalJo of
tins sate won not lujureil. Tho sain thows for It
self wuut It Is, an 1 1 feel well Sitlslled with wli it I'
hasdouo. I'loaso wrlto wli it ua ca i allow for 11
toward a new ouu, uud oUll.-o,
0. P. HAl.L.
CHAMPION RECORD in He CHEAT
BOSTON FIRE in 1872,
SWHeud for prices and descrlptlw wt.iUitio bo
ford purchasing uiwwhcie,
MORRIS & IRELAND,
64 SUDBURY ST.
BL00MSBURG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NOIIMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rev. D. J. WALLER, Jr., Ph. D., Principal.
Tllisstlliooi,, as nt present constituted, oilers tho very best facilities for 1'rofcsslonnl nnd Classtcni learning.
llulldlngssnaclous. Inviting and commodious : coliinletelv hented bv sleam. well ventilated. Ilirhted bv ima. and furnished with a limir.tlfnl xunilvrit nure.soft
location healthful, ami easy of access. Toacliers oxporlenced, cfllclcnt, and allvo to their work. Discipline, firm but kind, uniform and tuorougn. Expenses
moderate. Fifty eenU n week deduction to all expecting to teach, students admitted at any time, lloouis reserved when desired.
courses of study prescribed by tho State i
I. Model School. It, rrcpnratoijr. III. Elementary. IV, Classical.
Adjunct Courses : I. Academic. 1 1. Commercial, llf. Course In Minlc. IV. Course In
ThO K!cmcntry. SclentlllC and ClaSllCAl Courses nro I'ltOPK.mlOVAt.. and Htlldnntu urmlimtnr
corresimndliig Degrees! Master of the moments s
.iiuu uLuiiiiuieiiin,, oiKiieu uv iiui .miters tu inu iiutirti
i no course or ntutiy nrescnueti ny inosiatoisiii)er.u,anti iuo6:io7itincnnd classical courses are not inferior to inoso of our best Colleges.
ThuHtatnl'eillllresnlllL'lieronlernl elMzpr.illlln. 'I'hnrlmi.4 ilnl uml ir.. IM nm nf f tin rirlina i-ilil.mta nflhta Hnlmnl In linln In on,Mi,.,i I, ht. fitrntalitnr. Inlnltt.
gentnntlelllcleiitTeacheiHforlierscIiools. Tothlsendlt solicits young persons nf good abilities and good purposes.-liioso who desire 'o Improve their time
and their talents, as students. To all such It promises ntdln developing their powers, and abundant opportunities for well paid labor after lcuMug School. 1'or
Catalogue, addrrsi tho l'rlnclpal,
in", i. iiti.i.i.Ti i.i,i i.i.i,, i-rriurni uonru
Hept.s. f.- .
JUST WHAT WE REPRESENT IT
CUSTOM TAILORING OR READY MADE.
NOW ON HAND
AVE INVITE YOUR EXAMINATION
TO KNOW "WHAT TO WEAR" AND 'How TO WEAR IT."
J: CHLTXGTOX liO UTU.
tZT.Vn nther lino runs Three Thrmtgli I'ns
renircr Tralm D.illv botwien Clilcngo, Des
Mnliii', Ciiiiucil llluir', DnuilKi, Lincoln. M.
.Iiiepli, .Melilxiiii, Tcipel.il Mint Kansas Citv.
llucet ciiniiei'tloni for nil point In Killwi's,
Nebrnskii, Cnldindn. Wyoming. Jlnntiuia, Ne
ad.i. New Mexico, Arlzuuu, Idaho, Oregon and
Tlio SShiirlet. Spectlicst nnd Mint Com forta
Mo I tout i) vlalluiiuilii.i tu Port Scott, Dcnlton,
Dallas, HoiKttin, ,utin, San Antonio, (ialvea
tun and nil points In Texas.
Tho uiiiiptalcit Inducements offered liythU
I.l no to Travelers nnd Tun rials, are as follows:
The celebrated I'ullmati (IO-uIipuI) l'alaco
Sleeping Curs, rim imlv on ihlj l.lne. C' II. &
(J. ruluco Drav.lng.Uootn Cars, with llnrtnn's
lteclltiing ('halts. No etra ehargo lor Seuts
In Itcclinlng Clialrj. Tho fanmin C. II. Jit U.
l'alaco Illnlnir Cars, florgeous Kinnlilng Cars
llllid with lllcgant IlU'li-Il.icked ltattan lle
vnlvina I hairs for thu txclusivo uso of tlrst
clas p nongors.
Steel Track uml Superior r.uuipment. com.
lilnctl with their Oreat Through Car Arrange
ment, makos iha, above ull others, tliolaiorltn
Itonto to Iho South, Soutu-Wcst, und tho Far
Try It, iiinl ynu will find traveling n luxury
lntrud of n dln'iiinfort.
Thrciiiitli Tickets via thl3 Celelirntcil I.lno
fur nulu lit nil ulllecs 111 Iho United States uml
All Information uliotit Hate nf Vnre, Sleep
ing Cur Aci'oiiimoil.itlnns, Time Tables, ic.,
will bi'cheerliillygiien by upplylng tn
J. Q. A. ARAN, (len'l Kastcrn Agent.
Ui Wiishiiiiitnii St., II 'stun, Mass.
and 111" Urn idwav, Now S'nrlt.
JAMUS I!. V.'OOII. lien. I'usx. Ant.. I'lileiign.
T. J. l'OTTnit, Gen, Manager, Chleago.
March is, 'so, -tot
Battlo Crook. Mlchlonn.
MAHCrirjTOncns or tub only oenuike
Traction and Plain Englnos
Mit CumplcU Threader Farlorrj Established
MVF fl D C ofonltnuoyt ami ntcnifut lutL
I taHniJ n.i, without cluniro or name,
management, or lociition, to "lack vn " On
' tryod iAirrui.il ie.,i on all our goods.
HTIiAIU-IMiWWt Mlil'AllATClHH aud
vumiij-iu niriim iiuilllHoy tuoirntett outiuiitl.
eer aeon iu the Auiuru un market
A Mulllfutl. of tptttal 'enturtt anil fimvriinti
for 18SI. tivcther with uupetlor qualltUi U totutruc.
lion an d mul.rfiila not dnamod of by nther lnukem.
lour alien vt Heuirnt.r, Iruin O to 12 bono
capacity, for itwrni or hunt ttowtr.
Two t lea of ' .Mounted " llorKl'o urn.
7 ROO finn ''"et r Selerlnl Lumber
couetuntly on nana, from which la buUt the lu
cuui)arublo uood-viork of ouriuaclUucry.
Utrottgeit, moil UurbU, and ffleU tvi r
uiJ. b, 10, 111 Ilorsu rower.
UirvuUra auut fi). AOlartva "
NICHOLS, SHEPARD A 00.
Uuttio Creek, Mlohtoaiu
an, t, '..tM 'tia
Muster or tho Sciences i Master of tho classics. Uraduatos in tho other Courses rcceivu Normal CcrtlHcatcs
or l usiec '
- - STOCK
ww K S )Wi mj ?J MaTi
PORT GRAPE WINE
Used In tho principal Churches for Communion
. EXCELLENT FOB LADIES AND WEAKL?
PERSCNS AND THE AGED.
Spwer'a Port Grape Wine
FOUR YEARS OLD.
rplds Celebrated Namo Mno Is mado fromtho
jl juice of tnooiKirro urapa raised in this Country
Tonio and Strengtheniug Properties
aro unsurpassed bv any other Native Wlno. lielng
tuo pure Julcoof theiliupe. produced under Mr.
Speer's'own personal supervision, lis purity and
genuineness uru Kurauteed. 'llie youngest child
mtiV narrako of Its eenerousdualltles unri lhn wenk'.
est Invalid uso It to udviintono, It Is pattlculnrly
benltlclilto tho need and debilitated, and suited to
iuu venous uiiiueius uiuiauccr. me wcaticr bex. It is
iu utuiy respect. - i.m; iu lit lir.i.ii.u u.N.
Tho 1". J. smillltV Is a Winn of Supei lor character
mm paruii.es oi me jruiiieu ipiiiuiies m me irrape,
Irnm which It Is made. For l'uilty, lllchDess,t'lavor
uud Medical 1'iopui lles, It will bo fouud unexcelled.
This iihandv stu ils nnrlralel In this Country,
being farsupoilor for uivdKul pui poses.
IT ISA I'UIIK distillation f om iho eraro and cou
tatnsvuluublo medical prop ities
It lias a del cite II vor, rdTMcr to that cf tho
grapus rr uu u hicli It is distilled und Is In giuat favor
among Ural o us fatnlllrs.
See that tho slgnaturn i f Al.l'llF.l) KI'Knit.l'assale
.s o , ia uver iuu coir or cacu oollle.
SOLD 13 Y G. A. KI.KIM.
VM. F. BODINR,
IKON T llllLOW SKCONI), ULOOMMIIUIKI, Vn
is pieparcu to do ull kinds of
I'luln and ornamental
' PAPER HANGING,
110TJI DECOK.VnVJJ AND PLAIN.
All KlnilM or Furniture Ilcimli'cd.
uikI minlc it good un uiitr,
NOWK UUT I'lItaT-CLABS WOltKMKN UMI'LOVUU
"Bstimatoa Mado on all Works
WM. V. R0D1NR.
PUBLIC SALE HAND BILLS
Printed ul this Office
OS' SIIORTEST iJOTIOE 2ND AT TUB
Art. V. Cotir.e In Physical Culture.
llmrnln. ir.r.nlvn Wtntn tllnlmnni rnnfirliir. llir. fnllrnvln
r. r. im.I.MVI. IE, secretary,
ONK THOUSAND (l.OOO) DOLLAUS
I'ltfJAUUM oilVreil lo ANY l'UKSON
that will ilo as OIIEAT A 1UNGE
OF WOKIC on ANY OTIIEU
NEW DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
Will do without basting.
It will mako vddo hem on sheets. imm'nti
manner of bias woolen goods, as soft merino, crape,
or goods dinicttlt to hem on oilier machines. It
niuiten a mure cihsuc smcii man any oiucr machine.
It win turn a hem and put In piping at same time.
Itwlll turn a hem. sew braid on tho right sldo
uuu uu u miming ui unit uperaiion.
It will do Mllng bias or ttralght, cither on cotton
It will fell across seams on any goods.
I will bind a Dress or Skirt nnd eew on facing,
either with or without 6howlng stitches: bind Dress
floods with the same material, eltlirrtcallops.polnts.
stiuarcs or stalLrhr. '1 he unlv mneiitno thf.t iirin i.in
Mats, Cloaks, or other nitlelcs with bios, satin or
ono., Hum iuj iiieiiesiu wijui.wunoui oastlug.
It will gather with or without sewing on.
. Itwlllgathcr between to pieces and bew on at
tho same time.
It will mako arunie and stitch a pillow slip on to
tho faclngat the samotlme.
It will shirr any kind of goods.
It will make plaited trimming either with or with,
out bcwlng It on.
It will mako plaited trimming either scallapcd or
.miii,.j,uwii u i pirsmai luusarno nine,
will make knife plalllng.
J. SALTHER, Gen'l Agent,
At Crano's Cancer Infirmary, Addi:cn. M. '
IIUNIIHEIW OK 1'KKbONS liomnll parts of tho
world bavrt been cured of this much dreaded dis
ease and are now living witnesses thatthev have
been rescued irnm nteriittm nmi nnti,n,,i,. Vi..n,t.
Doctors. Mlnlsteis und Iho Poor Heated free. Wrlto
!,,., ,!'.. K'i"Kiuupiiriicui.irs. ,uutiress l)rs,
Usll lliiOW.N, Addison, N. Y.
uci. 1, 'SU-iy
Weaver 8c Co's Ads.
Q1 (inn A VPU lo made at homo by
,M I I fl iH.UK nlivnetlvein.il) r,rui,iui,.
V!"-"- " buy .or glti. You will na
bo obliged lo leae your om town, or bo away from
home out rilghr. Any one can conduct tho busi
ness It rcipilnii no capital.
WE W.I.L bTAHT Yi ill WITH AV( DTFIT WOUTil
ti r--"i''ni:i:.-i-,i '
If ynu nro einDioyed during tho div vou enn
mako from t to 3 un evening. Seme t f cur ugenis
leporr. a pruilt of in In a flngio day. Wnt at orico
fur full p.utlctilais toK. II. itlDiiot'T. in itarclay
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS.
lllirli,.ar II I
.Ui:vi: st Ml-V.-WArclibtrettl'lilladolphla.
Highest Awards for tho best llanos: Loudon
raris, centennial and t'enn'a Mate I'alrs.
march 11, 'Sl-cm wtcn
LATEST STYLES OP
At the 'COLUMBIAN OFflOE.'
Outfit free totlioowho wish to engage In
tho most pleasant and pi oil table btwness
.',., , ' "' u," J"" everyilllllg. flu
nwiv imm fi us cuail) UJUUp HllOUl BltlJ lUg
Vi.n,. V Kt iniiiii. ?tu nsK wuatever
numeia nauieu ui onco. .Mauv aro mak
ing fortunes at the buiues.i umies make ns much
kSh111111 wwofic f.lU to waku if,oie
SrSi y Ty b0 matU,lu a week at any
yiSLPPi a 8S01J, rotul 10 'ortuu-J. AJdrb-Si U. Ual-
-- ww.i uhiuuu, siuinu. oct, ItYwMy
THE WHITE SEWIHG MACHINE
Whereas, tho world renowned reputation of tho
W Into oowniff Machine
H?s, Jn,'Jny nsf rupuious compniltors lo resort to
,MvVuiiiu iHuitimsuiD uut iu uuya
fJ5lLt'pt.ou)Ats feu'ar authorized dealers, who will
bo sustained by tho following warranty.
wAiiiiAjsT'HlJS NATUIIAL WEAK AND TEAIt
White SlmlllB Sewiiiir Macliii.
IT.ATH WITI1IPT uionoii tit. tn.... '
Pl'f'Jlai V A t It K IC TO K KKl Til B 8 A fil EC
bobbins audi shuttles? u """ 01 e(uea
This warranty will not bo sustained unless tho
plate number abovo riven corresponds with the
number on tlm nhntitn ror- ,im. i,.V... rivi.irS
or CterVd numbrt. v' """"" vl ""'
minit 8EWINQ MACIIINB CO,
Tho "WHITE" Bhuttlo Ecwlntr MaeWna
iichino for Uoing every TMiety ot work.
j, tJALTUK, otnorti Jurrtnt
Oot.1, -.. l.ioe,?.
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
KSZUECS aaaTTarVnTV anaS3iaaarSai ("gifcarja
jOKTHKHN CENTKAIv KA1LAVAY
"INTER TIMU TAI1LK,
un ana niter nunttay, nov, i, isu, 1110 train
on tlio Phi adolplila lirln Un IroadDIMslonwlli run
as follows i
Erlo Mall leaves riillndclpliU II f,B n m
" " Ilnrrliburg 4J6aro
" " Wllll.ini' port 8 4t) a in
" " .tcisey chore Olniam
" " I-oclr llaen V4on in
" " licnovo It co am
" arrive at lirln 7 4 n m
Niagara Express lcnvcsl'lillatlclphla u on u in
" nrr. nt llllamsport 8 15 p in
" " Lockiinicn 4 ira pm
" " Henuvo 6 4t)piu
Fast Lino leaves 1'hlladelphla in so p tn
" llnrrlibtirg 4 uu p in
" arrive at Wlillamsport 7 65 p m
" " l.ockiiaicn diopm
l'aclflo Kxprcss lcates Iwk Haven 7 f 6 n m
" " Jersey Sl.oro 7tTam
" " llllarnsport 8 sou lit
" nrrlvo nt llarrlsbtirif lnospm
11 " Philadelphia 45pin
Day Express leaves licnovo lotflnm
" " Lock Ilnvcn II 23 a in
" " Wlillamsport nsspm
" arrive at lisnlsburif 40pm
' " riiitadclpulA fi8Spm
Erie Mall leaves licnovo ouopm
" tekllavcn loiopm
" " Wllllnmsiiort 11 no p nt
" arrives at llarrlsburg sioam
" " rhlladclplifii 7 ns am
Fast Lino leaves Wlillamsport 1 IB n tn
" nrrliesntllarrlsburg 3 15 am
" " l'hlladclpul.i 7 05 am
Ei lo Mall west and Day Express I'ast mako closo
connections at Northumberland with I,. & D, It, It
trains for Wtlkcsbai ro and Kcrnnton,
Erie Mall West, Niagara Express West nnd I'as
Lino We8tinoko closo connection nt Wlllicmspor
wllh N, C. It. W. trains north.
Niagara Express West and Day Express Ens
make close connection at Ixik Haven wllh 11. E. V,
It. ll. trains.
Erlo Mall cast nnd West connect nt Kr!o with
trains on U ti. & M. S. It. it. i at. Corry with o. c. U
A. V. It. it. at Emporium with D. N. Y. 4; 1'. it. U
and at Driftwood with A. V. it. It.
rarlor cars will run between l'hlla-idphla nnd
Willamvport on Niagara lixpi ess west, and Da Ex
press Last. Sleeping cars on all nlaht trains.
WM. A. HALDWIN,
N" OKTHEKN CENTKAL RAILWAY
on and after January nth, HS1, trains will Icavo
Bunbury as follows:
Northern Express o.mi o. m., arrive Elmlra is.so pm
Arrlvo nt Canaadalgua s.as p. m
" ltochcstor 4 4t) "
" Niagara, s 15 '
Niagara Express l.os p. m. nrrlvo E'mlra n.os p m
" llochester 9 45 "
" Niagara H.sonm
Fast lino c.lo p m nrrlvo Elmlra 11.05 p m
" Watklns 11.53 pm
Southern Express 1.32 a. m. urrlvo HarrlsbV 8.15a m
nrrUo I'liltailclplila 7.33 "
" New York 10 35 "
" llaltlmoro 7.40
" Washington s.oa a m
l'aclllc Express lo.no a m arrive Harrisb'g la.co p m
orilvo 1'hlladelphla 3.45 p m
" Now Y'orl: 0.53 "
" Baltimore 6.23
" Washington l.M
Day Exprcm 1.31 p m arrive Harrlsburg 3,in p m
" I'hlladclphla 0.4J "
" New York 0.30
" Ualtlmoro 0.35
Erlo Mall l.os a. co. arrive nnrrisburg 3.05 n. m)
" Philadelphia 7.35 "
" New York 0.35 "
" Baltimore 7.40
" Washington 0.02
L. 1. FAItMElt, Ounoral l'assonger A'joit,
FKANK THOMSON, Ooneral Manngir.
pUILADELPHA ANJJ HEADING HO AD
ARRANGEMENT OP PASSENGER
May II, 1S79.
TRAINS LKATI KCTXKT AS F0I.L0WE(8CKPATKXCEriXD
For Now York, Fhlladelphla, Heading, I'ottsvlllo
Tamaqua, &c, 11,45 a. m
For Catawlssa, 11,45 u. in. 7,Sl and 7,35 p. m.
For Wlillamsport, c,23 9,03 a. m. uud 4,05 p. in.
TKA1HS FOB RCI'XKT LKAVE AB rOLLOWS, (SCMOAY XJt
Iavo New York, s,43 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, 9,45 a. m.
Leave Heading, 11,55 a, in., rottsvlllc, 12,39 p. m
andTamaqua, 1,85 p. m.
Lcavo Catawlssa, 0,20 8,50 a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
Leave Wllliamsport,9,45n.ra,2,15p. m. and4,t0 p. m
Passengers to and from New York and Philadel
phia go throug j w Ithout cuango of cars.
J. E. WOOTTEN,
C. 0, HANCOCK, b
General Ticket Agent,
Jan. 14, lsic-tf.
Time-Tablo No. 39, Takes encct at 4:30 A. M
MONDAY. JUNK 10. 1S!S.
a.m. p.m. p.m
.. West l'lttston...
....Beach Haven., .
Her wick ....
... Ulow Grovo....
S.m. p.m a.m
W. F. HAL
Buporlntondent's omce, Bcranton, Juno 10, 1S78.
"WAINYVKIOHT h CO.,
TEAS, SYHUI'S, COFFEE, SUGAII, MOLASSES.
IttCB, SPICES, BICiUB SODA, tC, &C.
X. E. Corner Second and Arcn stroets,
HT"Orders will receive prompt atWnUon.
Hoy Fever. Cold In tho
iie.nl, ic, Inseit with
ltttlH nnger, a partlrlo
of iho Halm Into tno
nostril; draw Hlrong
breaths through tho
nose. It will bo ub.
soi bed, Ueauslug, unit
healing tho ulseaicd
Apply a partlclo into
KLI'S OUEAJl IJAUI
Having gained an enviable local reputation, d'spla
elm: ui! otter preparations In tho vicinity of lint
.... uu ,13 iiienis itiuiie, recoguueu as a
wondeiful rcmedv whereM-r known. A fair '.rial
W'llt C011 nCO UlO must (.kentlfUl nr Itu enrntlvil
IKiweiH. It crrcctuallycleaubcs thu nasal pasmgeH
of I'utarrhat virus, causing healthy seen lions, al
ajs liiilammatloL und Irritation, i lotectslhe mem
Imihul tilings of the head fiom AdUlllonalcoliUi,
completely heals iho gores, nnd rtstues thu senw
of taste and smell. Benellclal resulls aro rcalUed
y ? 'i-'W nppHcailotH. A thorough iroalmt nt as dl
lectid will euro catuirh. As n household icmeily
for cold In the head Ills uutqualcd. 'JIio balm In
easytotieoand airieeable. t-tiM iiv ilmei-iki nr. tn
cenlH on receipt of 60 cents will mall upackatjo
Send for circular, w ith full Information.
ELY'S CHEAM HALM CO., Owcgo. N. Y.
Vou sale In Bloomsburgby Jlnjcr Bros , f. A. Klelm,
N. J. Ilendershoit nnd .1 II. Kfuiiorts ut.it by hole
sale Urugglsts generally.
ocr. si, 'so-ly u
TT T71 T TT ourselves bymakng money
- H I , 1-' wlionttirolden maiico Is of.
J I l'i 1 J I fend, thereby always keeplnir
.. i .. ....,. . , T i""iy iiuiu)oiiruuor. luoso
who aiwaj s lako advautugo of Iho good chanci s for
lllntlne. tnnnev thrtr. nrn r.trnp.i ?...... i
fSr1,"?". ,n Poyrty. Wo want m iiiy women,
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camies. Tho bus nets will pay inoio than t' n times
Sf'PT1! w.aBl'sw. 'orrilsu nn extensive outnt aud
all that jou need, free. No one who engages lulls to
wt ole lime to tho work or on y your tpare moments
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Address bimsoM tc co., rortluud, Maine. oct.Utto-ly
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