The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, December 16, 1881, Image 4
Italky Honrs. M l1l 111,1 ,ln,.t.,,1 1...... I .1 .1 I .1 if I IKItO IIU'I'II IIIU M!ll!, Iiolli kiii.l mid Imrnli, lii.-.l fop tlm cim iif lisilkltirsi In ImciH, I iy imitics troubled, iMnyorf nml '(invoked in tliU . "living iiivi POMSKiciniiiu oxpeii oiluc In tliu linmllinjf of such liornos, I liavo found the following a good romo ily. It U uasily and quickly pm-fortned nuvuruo inrm inm awaro tailud to cure: "Two persons nro leqiiiioil for tlio mm. uno siioiiiu HOltl llio rein wliilo tlio other fusions a short strap or rope a halter strap, always at hand, answers uio lurpoMO wen just neiow tlio lutlock of a foro leg, then going forward he should Dllll on tho s! run unlit itn l,o,0 lifts his feet; continitiiig to pull, tho foot nui uu uiiHigiu iorwani and set down a liltlo in advance of tho other. Tlio horso thus thrown out of a natural position, will movo forward to gain his eipiilibri urn. Another pull will causo another movo forward. This may bo repeated several limes, or until tho horso moves wtinout Having tlio loot pulled forward. I siially, tho first or second pull will start mm. 1 iirco or four such reminders at moat will do tho work. When tho start is maUo it is generally an easy one, Sometimes, however, it Im tlm nmi,.,-. anco of tho horso being in a hurry to tf;i, i.n.i)- Hum me provoKinc man with the strap; therefore a steady hnnd should lnatl.lL'O tho reins. 1 Vmvn nr t-nn,,.,. a horse Juicier this treatment to kick or uct mean in any otlicr way than to try to run. When hll l1nw alnrr nlT ttw. l.nt.1 on the strap should bo given up. After 1initllr rn.n ti . . ...... ,,s guuu votii-.iivu or moro yarus tho horso should gently bo brought to a stand and the strap removed. Then try to start him without the strap. If ho ..... -rr . . 1 . nuwi uui, iiiuvu on at onco apniyitairaiii. irn .,.;n ,... .: r i. 4 . mil emu iiiu ui ueiiig inus annoyed, and will give you no further trouble in tins WflV. J How to Futtcn Turkeys. Thereisa fmnh l!ffni - O "..iviviivu vi, VUUUUII regarding tlio best way to fatten turkeys. Ono who had failed to fatten his to his sniisiacuon, at last loiind tho right way; which was as follows ho says: "Wo confined ours in a box stall, and gavo them a fresh supply of wetted corinneal daily, witli'clean water .for drink. At uio enu oi two weeks they were plump and fat, but not being ready to dispose Of them tllOV worn trnnt n u.nnL. I when ono of them was found dead. We were sausueu that there was no disease iimoiicr thera. and th.it. thU ntm Vioil AtnJt from excessive fatness, or paralysis which llOil hnnn .......1 I... ., ....v. utv; i,ausuu uy lis piClllOllO COlltll- Kn", Vc UflJ t'ie turkeys immediately killed, and found that they were, if anv- tliiiw trtAl.i TT e. 7 . J iUU ui. iiereauer we exiiect to tit our turkeys for killing without fail ure, but we nrn nntiofin,! !. .1 should not be confined longer than two weeks." If there is sufliciont room for tho birds to apt rmnnrrli nvnivtion nil ...111 . 1, i , -'-V'au .111 bo well, but we have known the plan of uu spring cnicKens in a coop to fatten to signally fail. Tlicro must bo a certain amount of excrciso to civo appe tite. Withnilf u-liinli (V.r.,1 : ' t ... ,, .,,w o wi iiijiirv. The following method of main nrr Uui. tor was pursued by tho Farraingtou Creamery Company, -FarminL'ton.Conn.. in the i production of a prominent lot: uio imiK was cooled and iurated before it came to tho creamery, was received onco a day, was mixed at once in a re- i ineiicc drawn into decp.oiicn coolers 8 by 20 inches, and set floating in a pool of cold spring , water. It was skimmed in twentv-fnurli again mixed in a vat and allowed to maim twcnty-lour hours and become slightly acid. It was then churned in a barrel-dash churn, tho dashers running ..uuul luiy-cigm, siroKes to the minute, and the butter comincr in about minutes. Tho butter was worked by a lntrm ...1.-.. 1.1.1 J- uikui- ami saued ono ounce to tho pound. After standi it was again worked over and packed in tubs. If our butter lias any particular merit wo ascribo it largely to tho cows, -Which arOIllOSllv f4novne.,.u or.,1 T and their grades; the Guurnseys'giving the color, the Jerseys the dryness, and Oood Slieeji on the Farm. A correnondent. nf llu n7!,..,., tp. ( . .,,,1,14,(1, J'tlftil, cr makes the following sensible remarks about sheep: All weakly, scrawny lambs or sheep should be separated from those in good condition and allowed extra ra tions to catch ii). Poor, scrawny sheet) never stand inuoh chance in a flock of xai, inniiy ones, as they are apt to bo knocked around and seldom get their sharo of food. I am glad to see that mi mure art waiting iiHo their interests im gnuiug Biieep or unproved breeds, lhe old-fashioned, lnni-r I wooled and partially wooled kinds ought i jiiacu io sucn as mo Uotswolds, JJowns and Jlerinos. Not only is the yield of wool greater, but it is of superi- or quality, and brings a much higher price. As mutton, thev are also superior. Iintli in ,,,,i:,.. ... ',, ' llidiciouslv managed. i,iv liot,. n things considered, than anv other class nf fnt- 1.:i . ., nuiiu as ,i guuurai inmg tney iujjo iiuiiuiu wiau most oilier stock. I'ho price of wool is rather low at nres- cut, but like other thing, the business Hiii imvo us ups and downs. 1 ho Jananc6 Nest Kr,r finm- ,1 Id M novelty which is likely to become very popular. The vino is a pretty anil rapid viiiuuvr, wiiiiu me gounn so closely ro semble tho genuine articles in size, form Illld color that thev nil nnauvr llm inif- pose of nest eygn in the best possible iiiiiinei. Tho trraue cron alom the T rmlnn i- cr tho past season, was ono of tho largest over secured, juitiviuiiai growers fehiiiiied C'rvn. Ilfl.. ot.,.. ....... 1. 1 .1 l. uui uivj wmhji mil uiiuu aim ino to tal sales amounted to soveral thousand tons. Warm Stulilrs. AVre cull attention to this Bubject once more, ueeause, to tno great mass ot our readers in tho North and West it is of special interest at the present time. Heading and thinking farmers admit that it pays to furnish warm stables for their live stock. Unfortunately they do not an puitneir ineoiy into practice. -I Ins class ot tanners will bo interest ed m, and, we hope, benefited bv tho ex nerionce of a correspondent of the Jour nalof Ayriculture. Ho says that on tho larui where ho was raised, six cows were kept; thoy wcro well fed but poorly shel tered the family had to buy butter in winter. In time a now barn with warm stables was built; tho samo number of persons remained in tlio family: only three cows wero kept, and butter was sold during tho summer nud winter. Af ter stating these laots the writer adds: ' it was tho warm stabling, nud that alone that wrought tho change." Wo ipioto this as a practical illustra tion of tho truth of tho proposition that warm stables not only promote tho com fevt of tho animals kept therein but also lately Increase tlio proms ot tlieir own CTe.Murm and Garden. THE .Indue I.-iiiulilin of the ht. Lniiis Criminal Coin I lias astonished the bar and newspapers of that city by ruling as follows in a murder trial: "If Hatch gave Iti'illy leasoiiable canon lo br-licvc that ho was going to kill him, lieilly, in law, was justified in hunting him up nnd killing him, beoauso tho law doo-i not re quire that a man shall wail, for his op ponent might meet him on the street with n double barrelled shotgun." It was at first thoucht the JikIl'o had not said exactly what ho intended to, or thnt he had been iucorrcctly reported ; but in an interview be repeated the language. "This doclrino is simply unassailable," In ho said; "tho opposite would subject an v man to constant dancer of the assassin's deadly bullet or dagger, and in ivery case gives to tho latter tho commanding advantage." The Globe Democrat gives the contrary views of a number of Judges and lawyers i but in the mean time, tho prisoner in tho case has prof ted by uaininc an acquittal. SIXKF.IIS AlTllll III..M.TII. Unfortunates who aio seokintt to ro- new their health, art1 many. So often have thoy been deceived by ndvertiso ments of worthless compounds that many are discouraged, and refuse to be lieve anything they read in tho papers. ihcrctore, tho best advertisement of u really good medicine is tho reputation it has gained in places where it is being sold. No other remedy ever discovered hns grown so rapidly in public favor as that true medicinal tonic called Brown's Iron Hitters. In localities where its ex traordinary merits havo become fully known anil realized by thoso who have been in ill-health, the sale is unprece dented. Ouo druggist in our city lepoi ts tho salo of 2.18 hollies in one week. It is, indeed, a wonderful, health-giving, life-saving preparation. It is soothing and refreshing in its eH'ect,and strength ens every part of tho body, and creates healthy appetite and digostion, even when the system is almost destroyed by tho many hurtful cathartics so common ly used Header, beware! duty demands that you try Itrown's Iron Hitters if your healthls poor from any eaii3e J'Jn qttirer. Names seem to have lost their signifi cance. Christian Johnson is under ar rest in Detroit, Michigan., on tho charge of burglary, and Christian Angel for re fusing to support his family. Women haven't manv rights; but they'vo no end of privileges. Men are netting so scarce in Kngland that even scarecrows receivo some at tention from the villago maidens. What State is round on both sides and high in the middle? Ohio. LATEST STYLES OP ttho 'COLUMBIAN omOE. Kiiwiwnw winowi, laiiitri, ni inner c ehlldren. Thoniandi-fetentltleJ. lVtnionifIrn u liimrr.tur.rr i r ruinnrci Clonic ttiii If , Or AiijDUrnar. Ttn'iiiu.l of t iiuiirri u S?Mi?rv,,l,leJ u winAhiiuuaiior-NTV. t'tT IMTKNTH prucureJ ftr 1-iienh.ti. ,.inf tfy, Isnaitirrnntl ;'rr.ri-f.,Ur!.lftn4'f. 1J. t..ldlrrp H' ' n. htiriinrfr Ttt rrr-t'itmt nto. .Sf tl 2 ' tamri forlfi ritir-ti..s.. idler .' I' im i, t e!irfftri' I ri ' .r- Nov l$-10w 0ST THE ESTET ORQATTS STRONG- COMPETITION In the manufacture of Organs is resulting in the production and Bale of cheap goods, made from inferior materials. I refer particularly to bogus Organs that are continually springing into existence without anv merit whatever, excent to he offered nlinmv nnrl tl ed found to be dear at any price. If you Contemplate consider it your only safeguard to select an instrument hearing the names of first class, wholly responsible makers. A good assortment ot styles of the celebrated Estey Organs can now be seen at the new rooms ot tho Onlv Authorized Airont fen fTin "Rni-nTr n.-. Columbia County. A guarantee facturers accompanies every Estey P A TRUE TONIC A PERFECT STRENGTHEHER.A SURE REVIVER. ITtOi IJTTTKItS nro lilnhly recommended for nil illscases re quiring n certain ami eOicIent toillo ; especially Indiycttiun, Jhtprpsia, InUr mitof fevers, Want of Appetite. J Ais of Strennth. Iuk if AW tie. Knrlrlic, tlio Mood, etrcngthens tlio mnsr1", nnd gives new llfo to the nerves. They uit like, a charm on tho Mk?J?. organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, suc h ns Uhsttng t!.e lootl, JleHing, Jfiat in theSlomach, JItartlurn, etc. Tin) only Iron Preparation that will not hlnckcn tho teeth or ulvn Jicadaolnw Bold by all druggists. 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AND Paper Hanging. WM. F. BODINEi HON i-T., DELOW bECO.ND, DLOOMfSllUUO, l'A Is prepared to do all kinds ot HOUSE PAXKrcXXTO Plain nnd Ornamental PAPER HANGING, BOTlt DECOKAT1VE AND PLAIN. All ttlinlH orrurnllurc Rcpalrca. and uiadu ns good as now. NONE UUT FIKST-CLASS WOUKMEN EMPLOYED Hstlmaten liCade on all Work. WM. K. BOD1NI3. I A .Ml French Chromo Cards, Hand lloiiuets. Mot etc, Namo on loc. J. II. liuBtcd, Nassau, N. V. u dec. !Mr BEST, Will yuu not then, reader Buying an Organ for five years from the manu Organ, J. 8ZM FZSSR, Agent, Bloomsburg, P a -ran.r. .IfMUl mtm . . . . - PUBLIC SALE OF VALUA1ILE Ily Tlrtuo otan order ot tlio Orphans' Court of Co lumbia county, tho undersigned executor of Philip Unangst, lato of Flshliifcreek township, Columbia county, deceased, will c.xposs to public slo on tho premises on Friday, Eec3mber 23rd. 1881, I at ten o'clock In tho forenoon, the following de scribed real estate, to-wlt; All that certain piece or parcel of land, bltuato In said township ot Fish- ilencc,,, uuucuuu uy i iuiupcrceK ana innas or John Neyhard, John ".Creasy and A. Iluntslngor, contalnlDir 18 ACHKS AND -1 1'KHCIIKH. Also, a certn'npleco or parcel of land sltuatoln said township, bounded by lands of Edward Unangst. William Unangst, A. Lewis nnd William W.MIl'cr, containing nvu ACRES and llvo perch es on which li a good FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, framo stable and out-bulldlngs. TUero Is nlsoaa excellent lot of FHU1T 'I'ltEES on t Us lot. TEItMS OF SALE. Ten per cent, of one fouith ot tho purchaso money to bo paid at tho Btniclng, down of iho property; tho onofjurth less tho ten per cent, at tho conllrmitton of salo, and the remaining threo-fourths In one year thereafter with interest from conhrmatlon nisi. SAMUEL sniVE, Dec. 2. IMl-iw Executor. Valuable Heal Estate AT PRIVATE SALE 1 TIIE L.VKGE t'LOUKIXG MILL In Hemlock township known i s tlio RED' mill Is otleiedat PItl ATK HALU. 'Ills mill Is J7 feet by t-o fect and contalLs rOUH PAIRS OF liUMlS. U buallj lunly wattr rower, but lias a steam en- Blno to run It In time ot unusually low water. It hat A Largs Custom Trade anlt'icre Isa bargain In It. l'or turthcr particulars Inquire of SI. f. APPI.KMAN, Oct. 7-sm Illoomsbur, Pa, Dauchy & Co'q. Advt's. Don't looato beforo seeing our juuicn jivcr atuuuijicut. IlltIS trateil o itulavuo free. J. Jt. iUn cha, c'luumont, aurry co. Va. d UeU, 2 4iv IMMENSE . ALES I EOYS WANTSD ! Van alive! (lood t'ommUslonl us "LATllST"' Cbro. mu i-iirus. a f liriaunns. 5 IJflv nr-llpnt rnrrpnnnrt. ontsioc. sliver. It. V.,loaes, JoHerson N. V. Talco iiBcui-. u uec. s-iw FLQKIBA ! Atlantic- and Gulf Coast Canal nml Okccclio. lice Lund Co, 50,000 SHARES $10 EACH A t tU with a HON VA tt 4fl Acres for each 10 shares Ol'FICKS : iTIllrJ and CUtbtnut hta., l'Utladelphla. . n Hiutwiiaf.fl, i ,,iijuma in uuuiu, Derailed rro3pectui with dsacrlptlvo Mans milled 0OT.5OOO Druggists AND mcians Havo Signed or Endorsed tho Following Romarkablo Document: 3HeBsrs.3calJury & Johnson, Manufactur 1:3 Chomlcta, 21 Tlatt Gt., Now York : Centlcrncn :-For tho past fow years wo havo Bold various brands of Porous Floa ters. riiy3lciana nnd. tho Tubllo prefer Bniisqn'a CaprlriB rnroim Plastur to nil others. Vfa consider them ono of tho very fow roUablo UousohoUl remedies worthy of confidence They nro superior to all other rorous Tlasters or Liniments for external uso, ncnspji'n Caricliio Plaster Is a genuine Pannacoutlcal product, of tho highest order of merit, nnd so rocoimUod, by physicians ami druggists. When othor remedies fall get a Hen son's Capeino Plaster, Von will bo disappointed If you uso clieup Plastera, Llnlmonts, Pads or Elec trical Magnotlo toys. A" "HTlHUTnnTlil'V AT LAST.' 1'rlc'dWiu: MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER, pio V!- a Ph BLOOMfOTOM, BL00MSB0RG SIXTH NORMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT. Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania. Rov. D. J. WALLER, Jr., Ph. D., Principal. TlIlSfiCIIDOI,, as at present constituted, orfers the Tory best facilities for Professional and Classical learning. , , Ilulldlngsspaclous, Inviting nnd commodious i completely tieatud by Btoam, well ventilated, lljlitcd by fas, and furnlslied with n tDuntlf ul supply of pure.sort sprlntf watc, Location beattlifnl, ana easy of ncccn. Toacliei HCxpcrlcnccd.cniclont, and altvo to their work. Dlsclpllno, firm but kind, uniform and lliorouun. s.xpensof moderate. Kitty cents a week deduction to nil oxpectfnj to teach. Students admitted at any time. Itootns reserved when desired. Course of study prescribed by tlio Stnto ! I, Model School. It. Preparatory. Ill, Elementary. IV, Clascal. Adjunct Courses i I. Academic, II, Commercial. III. Course in Music. IV, Course In Art. V. Course In l'liydcal Culture. Thn Itlomontarv. Hclnntlflo and Claaile.il Courses nro I'llOt'liSHIDVAt.. anil Ht.in1rnta crrnrlnitncftiorpln. rnrailvn Htaln lllnlnmas. eonfcrrltur thofollowln corrcspondlnK Degrees ; Master of tlio Ulements; ineiraiiainmeais,, sikucu uy iiiu uiut'tTH ui inn iioaru oi i usicc. The courso ot stud y prescribed by tho state Is liberal, and tbo 6 tlentlflC and Classtcal courses arc not Interior to llioio of our best Colleges. , Tlio State iciiulresa higher order ot citizenship. Thotlmes denandlt. It H one of tlio prime object? of this School to help to secure It, by furnishing Intelli gent and emcleutTenchcrs for her Schools. Tothlscndlt solicits young persons ot good ubllltles and good purposes, -those who deslro to lmproto their time and their talents, as students. To all such It promises aldln developing iliclr powers, and abundant opportunities tor well paid labor alter leaving school. For Catalogue, address tho Principal. Hoy. H'IM.IA.II j:i,Vl:l,l Prralilriit Hour.! of Tnnlrc. V. P. IIIUMVKIt, Secretary. Sept. 8. 'IB.- . HOW? WM ! One of the problems of QooJ and Comfortable Living IS THE MATTER OF CLOTHING. STYK i EXAMINE WELLMADE YOUTHS I SOYS ami OHILDKKNS GLOTHIWGr CLOTH INO AT THE VERY LOWEST l'UIOHS. ilXl'SFon"" MEN, HOYS, YOUTHS, AND CHILU11E.V. SHIRTS, I'KAUL WHITli, 1JIOYCLH SHIRTS, LATEST OUT. WEBCHftNT TAILORING DEPflRTffflSWT. Perfect Fits, Latest Styles, Fall Satisfaction. CALL AND EXAMINE THE LARGEST STOCK OF CLOTHING and OASSIMBRESIN THE COUNTY A Full Line of Furbishing Soods. Headquarters for TRUNKS, SATCHELS, VALISES WIevelisiiit Tailor & Gents9 OiitifiiiU'-K' THE DAVIS. $1,000 REWARD. UNE THOUSAND (l.OOO) DOLLARS J'REMIUM oirred lo ANY PERSON thai will do as GREAT A RANGE OF WORK on ANY OTHER MACHINE. WHAT THE NEW DAVIS VERTICAL FEED Will do without basting. It will make wldo hem ou sheets, tc, licm all manner of bias woolen booiIb, as soft merino, crape, or goods dimcult to hem on other machines. It makes a moro elastic stitch than any other machine. It will turn a hem and put In piping at same time, It will turn a hem. sew braid on the right side and stitch on trimming at one operation. It will do felllnir bias or straight, either on cotton or woolen goods. It will tell acioss beams on any goods. I will bind a Dress or Skirt and sew on facing, either with or without showing stitches: bind Ureas (looJs with the same material, either scallops, points, squares or straight. 1 he only machlno that will bind Hats, Cloaks, or other articles with bias, satin or silk, from X to s lnchos in width, without basting. It wilt gather with or without Bewlng on. It will gather between two pieces and sew on at the same time. A It will make amnio and stitch n 'jlllow slip on to the facing at the same time. It will shirr any kind of goods. It will make plaited trimming either with or with out sowing It on. It will make plaltod trimming either scallaped or straight, and sow a piping on at the samo tluio. It will make knife plaiting. J. SALTZER. Gcn'l Agent, Uloomsburg, Pa. oct. 1, '80-tf. HIDES. Tho Highest Market Prico in Cash moron am. kinds of hides at A. SOLLEDE I'S Leather mul Shoo Finding Sloro Main Street, Oitosite Stonc Chukcii, BLOOMSBURG, PA. April 8, S0.1y Variant' Vuruuliru Villi make New lllcli I.I'KKl. and will GuiiipleU'ly eliango tlio bloc! In (iHientlresvBUim lu threo irontln, Anvpersou v o lt take 1 pill e.iih nlKht from 1 In lJwerki iimriorctorcilto.)iihil liiallli. If tui'ha thine I ii jjohIIjIi). Rfnl li- in. ill f ir b letter Hoinin. A N.JOUNHO.V .t CO., MottL, Milt... urmerly lUxnyur, Mr. iMnlnutra. It will Uj kult irttt vuuii 'ot fmcv. I f w clnulw and tcnui U the 'I'womlily IlullllnB llaclilue Co., 4S9 W'Mliliuioo tit., Ikilii. Tjilllr nay,'Sl.ly aid BOr- ,M DIU IK . ALWAYS ON HANI) AT TIII8 OFFIOB". COLUM BI A COUNTY, PA. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Master of tho Sciences! Master ot tliu Cla?lcs. Uraduales in llio other Courses rccelvo Normal certificates IM! WHY our STOCK or HUSINESS AND DitE-ss smitrs HANDSOME PATTERNS DE3IUA13EE STYLES IS OUR MOTTO rKULLiiINE OK I'ALIj STYLES JUST REC'KI VED. S PEEK'S PORT GRAPE WINE Used In the principal Churches for Communion ourposcj. EXCELLENT FOB LADI2S AND WSASLY PERSONS AND THE A3E3. Spaer'a Port Grape Wine FOUR YEARS OLD. rnbls Celebrated Natlvo Wine Is made from tho X Julie of tho oporto Orapo raised In thl3 Country Its Invaluable Tonio and Strengthening Properties are unsurpassed b any other Natlvo Wine. Ueiiig bpeer's own personal supervision, Its purity and eenuln'uesi are euran'eed. The vountresi rimn muy nartake of Its L'enprousnuamtfm.nmi tlm wpnt. est Invalid um It to advonlago It Is particularly benlllcUl to tho aged and debilitated, and suited to the various ailments that arfect tho weaker sex, It Is iu uvery ruapctl h i.tib iu UK ltl,LIi;il ON. SPEEIl'S P. J". Slncft'i'y, The I J. SHKIIKV is a Wlno nf Snnnrlnrrlinr.inrnr uuu paruthus vi iuu trumeu iiuHiiLica oi llio grape, from wblcli It la made. Tor Purl t v. lMrhnpj.piivnp and Medical Properties, it will lo found unuxcellcd. SPEER'S I. J . 25 556 e a This nhANOY sUndi unrivaled In this country, being far superior for mtdlcnl purposes. IT IS A I'UIlE distillation f om tho grjpo and con tains valuable medical properties T, l.na n H.1(nA.. H .. . . .. ivufls u uc.ii.3iu lii.ui, bllliliur lO UHlt OI 1110 grapes from which It la dlstllled.and Is In gruut favor Seo that tho signature ot AM'HED Hl'Er.It.l'asiilc N J., is over tho corn of each bottle, SOLD BY O. A. KLEIM. doo SI '80 t- To Nervous Sufferers The 0at Europo&n Reneiy. im. j, a. siuraoN'a BriciKio mkuicinp. Dr. J, H. Simpson's Hpeclllo Medicine H a posltlvo euro for overwork of body or brjln or nxccss of nny klud.such as weakness and all diseases uisultlne from Nervous Debility, Irrltublllty.Mtntal nxlcty. Languor, Lassitude, Depreshlou oi Spirits and func tional doraugements of tho uervons uttem Ken crally, l'atnslntho '.' oi aiemo'y, rreina tureoldaguanddlH- eascs tuut lead u consmptlon.lnsanl ty A au early gravi or both. No mattei bow shatterod tin sybtem luaybefron. excesses o t u u i kind, a short course m this medii luoTvlirfioro" tlii lost lunctlom and procuro hcnlih an l harpinesi wSerSb?.ru V? ".'pondencT and gloom. 'lV Hpo clrte Mealclnu Is belug used with woudiirful success. Pamphlets mmt tree lo ull. Wrlto forinemaud get full rartrlcular. Price, bpeclrlJ ll.oo per package, or six packages for t5,(. 'will bo sent'by mall ou receipt 0rf money! Address all ordors, J. Ji. B1MI'N' MliDlCINEt'O Nos. 104 and lu Main street, Dutralo, N. Y. leb, ll, 'ol-jf TyAINHIOllT & CO,, wiroutsAiu mtooiiss, J'HILADKLPIUA, Dealers lu TKiH, HYUUM, COyi'EE, SUUAII, M0L1HSK4, uick, sncca, mciuu mux, Ac. N. K. corstr Second and Arch ktrecV), lrtirdeu w Ul rcoelro prowpt nttentljii, UTBH. I 'Vi I , Jr . TOE WHITE mm MACHINE ? , .';i,,.-:'-;-.5t i . . A. imam Whoroi?, tho world renowned reputation of tho White -Sewing Machine Inducei many unscrupulous compf tltors to resort to all kinds of mean tricks to injure Its reputation, we beg to CAiitlnn all Intending purchisers not to buy a White Machine except from Its regular authoitzcd dealers, who will be sustained by the following warranty, WK WAIIUANT THE NATUItAL WEAH AND TEAK OF TUE White Sknttle Mw MacMne, I'lATE Nt'MIinit I03.1n FOH FAMILY PURPO SES, AND 1IEKBIIY AdKEETO KEEP THE SAME IN KEI'AIK KOlt TIIE TEIIM OF I'lVK VII A US FItOM THIS D.ATE, FKEE OP CIlAltUE. This warrnnty excepts tho breamago of ncedloB bobbins and Bhuttles. This warranty will not te sustained unless the plate number above itlen corresponds with the uuuiuer on vu snuivie race suae, neware oi aeracea or altered numbers WII1TJS SK'INQ MACHINE CO. :te "VHITE" Shuttle Sewing Machine 'U b o imTB a CiriciTT than any othtr family Sewing J, BALTZElt, General Agent, O'oomsburg, Pa. Cl. i tD.lt. BEATTY'S OHOANSs; stops, I o tots reedi only uuni i x o f i.lanos njsup fnre Holiday Indccements lle.idy, Wrlto or cll on 11EATTY, Wftlhlugton, N. J. aid mays, 'SMy A YEAR'S READING . Ui' THE NEW YORK WR1WLY WORLD. New Pi'Cirfc?, New Type Through out, New Building, New Appli ances of Every Kind, and New Life in Every Depart ment. To any Address, Postage Paid, 1.00 a Year; 50 cents for six months. A CO.MI'I.KTK FAMILY PAPER. Special Departments for every Member of the Household, 1. All the News, fully and succinctly, i, Tho Farmer's World A full page of Anlcultural and Farm News. 3. The Literary World-A fall pago of Long Stoiles nndMiort stories, Comlj llallads and Serious Poems, Fairy Tales and Sailors' Yarns. 4. 'Iho Housekeeper's Coluinns-WhatKvery Wounn Wants to Know. 5. Th' Vcteilnary Dapartment-Wlth presclptlons freo tor all Subscribers, and run Instructions for tho treatment of llvo stock, ii. Tho best Chess Column la tho wjrld for amat ur players. 7. Tho best Checker Department In tho world for both amateur and professional players. s. A Coiner for tho Young Folks-ISIdl'.es.Charades. I'u.Ies, Enigmas, Acroitlcs, to. J. Complete Market liopotn-Unrlvalled In detal nud accuracy. lo, Answers to Imjulrks. Etch department Is peifect of Its kind, and all com blned make tho best Weekly Newspaper tver published. The New Yor no sunorior on World has either sido nf the water as a Live.Ciilliant, Perfectly Appointed, Pro gressive Newspaper. Sl'KOIMEN COWIiS SUNT FREE. THK NEW Y0KK WOULD WOULD IIUIMUNO, Nbw Yo'u, dec, U-Civ tf'In ronowInLr vonr huhirrint(rt ii,t vuniiiuivmuu-su u OUUILTIIHIUU 10 Ij'JOI) COM PANY. NOW HiilJiOrltifrrt ti't fitto nnn - I'Jl'Vl Ulill JJO numbers ot good 0J.MPA.NV for f 1 oj bysundlni.' uviuivuuuuiii; 4i JIUUJ III li t A Monthly Magazine. Containing only original Matter, Fresh, llright, Varied, Vigorous. tfol u n UA,.i(ni . 1 T j h I f""' V' K""u oiuriea uy uio most poju. 1.1 -iiiun,ii,imvDuiuiuii qkuu;!)?!! logroatva rlely. crlp. plhy u-Bays fresh vhrorous urllclos.und really goud riweins. lis CO.S'IIUIH TOIta Leit year will Include, among otters, 1 lairiei ueicnerMUivo, Charles Dmllev Warner I touard V. Haeou, Itcbecoa llaidlng Davls Geo. M.T'owle, !4.ll!llt f 1 .llltl'l.t , Ellen W.olney..liiu;irk, JumesM.wimon, ' KUlno Goodale. Octate Thunet,' WHAT IS HAIOOF IT. mini iniiniinii' ii, '11 is an excoue Jtlsaiiexcollentspecl 2?,c.?,lfr.K'f W-Ywt'0'awut. "here .I ..."' "'' uuu, liuver 10 cover," Phlla. iii'iW? lu'iUljrer.'-lB live magazine and will liato a grand f 1 turo." Prov denon -iki uti,- .'"JKaaluo In Ainulca."-fhurcU Chronicle, ky.' . v , uU,ii4 ,inii,jit u,i nit, urucies u Vein of Irong common benso 11 rare commodity generally w It Ii 111 riilnii u 1 iiii- 11, nt mukiu, ,i.:r ir. '.". It refrtbhing " -liicbmnnd 1 hrUllan Advocate. iipeemi ojer to new eubtcnlert, Sixteen month) fur 3 00. ujinr, new jeuny suu-'cribcrB send ing bdtur January l get four oxira numbers, begin. c iil the iirewsiit voliiinp. u'liimnr ,..10 Sptiluien copy, la cents llooksollt'ra und liutvg! deakra receive subscilptlons uud supply ipeclmen copies us above, or, send to ' v ' 1 v"u""i H'juu 1 ujii-Am, npnugneid, Mass, ill FIA IL ROAD TIME TAULli )HNNsYIA'ANf A HAILttOAt), milt J. UHI.PIII K ft KIIIR It. 1. D1VIMON, ,A WINTEIl TIME TAULli. On nnd afler Monday, Oct.. 31, issi, ti,u iri.. ou tho Phl.adelphla ft Krlii Ha iroid Division wih J M fOllOWS I "ul "to WGSTtVAHD. KrloMnll haves Philadelphia " " llarrlsburg ' " Kiinbury " " Wllllamport " " Ixick Haven ' " llenovo " " Kane " arrive at Krlo Niagara Kxprcss leaves Philadelphia " " Ilarrlsburg " " HmiDury " " Wllilannport ' Locn llnven " " Kcnovo " " Kane Fast Lino loaves 1'hllndclDhla " " llarrlsburg ' minbury " " Wllllnmsport " arrive at Lockllavon EAST VfA lit). 11 81 pin 4 as om 5 3" n, 8 " in do a m UlSp in I m p awp I,, 4 vo p in ,5 45 P m lo is,, ,n in lu p m 4 ai p m nop m os pin 9 to p m Lock Haven Kxpresa leaves Lock llnven 7 f.n a m ' Mlllamsport 9 05 " suimih-y to f ii a m " arrlvo at Hnrrlsburg U M n m " Philadelphia is I6i.? Fast Lino loaves Uanandalzuit 7o,r,tn ' Wat kins 8 40 pm Kimira tuopm ' " wiuinmsport wisim sunbury 184am " arrives at llarrlsburg 3 li a m " " Plilladelpnla lnoam Day Kt press leaves K mo aoonin ;; ;; ionium ' " Lock Haven It ISnm " ," .WHllamsport lilspm " arrlvo at IlnrrlsDurg son i ,. ,,, " I'hUadclpGM ; us 'pin Krlo Stall leaves Km ll33iim ;; ;; i'"n xn . Iteuovo im ' Look Haven toio p m " " vtllllamsport ll8npin Hunbury 103ain " arrives nt llarrlsburg 8 oo a m i .iiiuui-iimm i iiij a m Erlo Mull west and Lock Haven Express Fas' c!nft, contieellnim nr. Kni-ih,.,i, mnko with L. ft II. It, II. trains for Wllkesbarre and hcrantou, Erie MallW est, Niagara Kxpress West and Fatt Lino West make closu connection at WUllamsnon with N. o. It. W trains north. 1 " Niagara Express West nnd Day Express Fun makocloso conncctlun nt l.ocl; llmen with p. n v H. It. trains. Erlo Mall East and West connect nt Krlo uiin trains on L. S. ft M. 8. It. It. ; ut t'oiry with n P.ft W. II. II.; nt Emporium with 11, N. Y.ftp. It h and at Driftwood with A. V, It, It. Parlor cars will run between Phlla iclphla ana VYUlam'port on Niagara Express west, and ly Ei -press East. Sleeping cars on all nlRhl trains. UOIIKIU'NEILMON, (cncral Supi. NOKTHKHN OENTUAL KAILWA1) COMPANY. On and after January ITlli, list, trains lll uw, Sunbury as follows:, NOHTUWAItD. NorUiern Express 6.30 a. lo.. arrive Elmlra lf.80 nm Arrive at Canandalgu 3.J p " ItochCHter 4.40 , " Niagara, s in Niagara Express I.ts p. in. nrrlvu K'mlra C. 115 n m urrlvo Canandalgui s.s " ' Hochester 9 4 , Fast lino .lo p in arrive Kimira112"1 1 i'os p !" " Watklns lisspin BOUTIIWAUD. Sjuthern Express 1.3' a. m.nrrlvo HnrrlBl.v 8.15 in arrlvu Philadelphia 7.3.1 " New York M35 ' " llaltlinoru J.m .... " Washington 9.w a in Puclllo Express IO.11O a m nrrlvu IlarrlsbV la i n p i arrive Philadelphia 3.45 p m " Now York c.vs " llaltlmoro f..'ji .. " Washington 7.SJ uay nxprcssl.Ml p m airlvo llarrlsburg 3,k p m 1 uiui'iiTiimia " New Yolk " Ualttmore 11 WftHlitr.f'l111 c.4.1 9.S0 " C35 7.0J iu.u jami i.uo a, m. arrive narnsijurg " Philadelphia " tw York " llaltlmoro " Washlneton 3 1 11. r 7.33 " 0.31 ' l.it VM 1.. P. r A KM Kit, Ueneral 1'us.iuuger a,-, t. FItANIC THOMSON, General Mana. r. JpiIlLADELl'HA AND KEADhNU K(A L ARRANGEMENT OE I'AS-ENGl' TRAINS. November 7th, 1SSI. TRAINS LXATR ItCPBKT AS yOLl.OWS(BONnil KXCBrl.i For Now York, Philadelphia, Heading, PoltsviUi Tamaqua, ftc 11,45 a. m For Catawlssa, 11,45 a. m. C,15 and 7,to p. m. For WIUlamsport,o,15 j,m a. m. uud 4,oe p. ra. TUAINB F0II HOnitr LEATiAS TOLU) Hi, ( It-MD 1 1 I CKI'IKD.) Leave New York, via. Tamanend 6.45 a. ra. and via. Hound lirook ltouto 7,43 a. m. Leave Philadelphia, 9,1s n. m. Leave Heading, il.jsa. m., Pottnvllli n.top. n. and Tamaqua, 1,SS p. m. Iavo Catawlssa, 6,10 8,10 a. m. and 4,ou p. m. Leavo WlHlamsporl1,46a.m,s,oop.m.and4,si p. a I'assungors to and from Now York, Ma. Tama nend and to and from Philadelphia go through without change of oars. J. E. WOOT1KN, 'lemral Hanngft C. 0. UANCOCK, . General Passenger an 1 Tlckot Agcu. Jan. 10. U8l-tf. D ELAWARE. LACKAWANNA AM WJUTEHN ItAlLKOAD. BLOOMS11UKG UlVlSIOf,. Time-Table No. s , Takes effect at 4 -3i MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1978. NOHTII STATIONS, Sol"! 11 p.m. p.m. a.m S 50 a.m. ' 111, p. 9 ii 9 55 9 '.7 ... .Scranton Ilellevue Tajlorvllle.. . . .Lackawanna-... l'lttston.... . . West Ftttston... Wyoming Maltby.... -Iiennett, Kingston Kingston ..Plymouth Juno.. ....Plymouth .... Avondalo... TCnntlnnl-o 9 IV 9 42 9 ru 9 44 .9 38 9 31 ; S3 a 17 9 1! I ill i m 1 31 1 a 1 47 1 VI . C4 V 59 3 111 I M ' (s t 13 3 18 3 '21 3 32 3 V4 3 15 3 US 3 01 9 '.0 9 14 19 67 9 09 9 01 10 07 lu VI 9 10 9 CO 8 51 8 41 8 33 8 1 8 0) 8 01 2 IJ 9 45 I 17 II 80 a 81 I 16 I 03 1 4i 1 '.8 8 SI 8 51 10 IS lo is 10 sc IV 34 10 43 8 46 8 31 8 9 8 11 8 04 7 t9 Uunlock's ( reek. ,tihlckPhljiny....'.lo to 3 50 8 ) 33 1 18 1 k6 .Peach Haven Ucrwtck . ..llrlar Creek. WlUow orovc, ...Llrno ltldge., 11 18 'tl 4 ie t 18 1 . 4 HI 4 33 4 43 7 53 7 IS li! 51 7 44 VI 40 7 40 l'J 36 7 81 14 S4 7 it 13 U 7 90 II 03 7 16 II C5 6 67 13 kU a (8 t 45 10 10 6 31 0 41 7 60 7 46 7 19 7 31 7 is 7 34 7 0i ''ll 31 ...Bloomsburg.'." ,114.' t 49 llnnnrl ill k , in raiawisen undge.'ll 61 . ...Danville 119 it ut 5 It 9 lb o 3d tt I. ...cnuiasky Cameron I .Northurubtrland.jm a.m. P.m. a.m n. r. UAi-vfr.A superintendents omia, rtcrAitn Jhuh o, it BLOOMSBURG PLANING MILL. The undorfiicrriM linvl nt, nut lila ninnlni. l III nn Itallroad street, In nrat-emss condition, Is prepared to do all kinds of work In his line. FRAMES, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS. FLOORING, Etc. furnlshod at reasonable pi Ices. All lumber used Is well seasoned aud none but Bkllled workmen are employed, ESTIMATES FOR BUILDINGS f.!?UoA.on PPHiM'lon. l'lans and specldcatious prepared by au ejporlenced draughtsman, OII.lUI.i:8 HUUfi, II loom Hltiiic;, 1'it, M. C. SLOAN & BRO., MSI1UUO, I'A. .M tuufacturers of Cirriazos, BujelH.Phwlens, sislghi, Platform Y&joss, k;. VlrsWIass woik alwajs on land. Jtlil'AJItlXG XRATI.Y 1)0X1!. Worn leiluvedtu mil the timet, PIRE INBUHANCR OIIIHSTIAN P. KNAPP, llLt'OHSUUHO, I'A. UIIITIHII AMKIIICA HitTA,NCB COMPANY. "BI'MAl'lItKINMHtANCfc COMPANY. RiTAAL I .".I COMPANY. "v4t iiivnnvftvuiirAni, l twv. i run ,. L " umc ni?vur ytJi usa ft loss eei y2W7 &.n.? courc ot lttW ThJlr Msett Srf all lnni- rmi,ni.i miu ituiEUTi.T auiusuia anal paia ?f. ?5.BI' 'flofmlnuil y t'uunruN v KNArf7ri- Un..,?.,:'t,1,'n,A,,Jl''irl-l"'t.OCUBUlH(l, P, ,hlUS2P.lu,i'Lo lomota coiiotj snouli patronlio 8nJS?Sf0ji.,y!l,era ui't 1Ucy '"W a nd paid 37 OQt) Of thulr nun n lilmnu lAfitAI 11 ... . . PllnUUikjblju (...... .