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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUlia COLUMBIA 60TJNTY, PA.
Feeding SI raw.
Tho following is timely ml vita-, suinv
cm in tlit Ohio Winner, hy n lliwrvi'
fiuinor: "Tho question (if IVod for loeU
Will bo n very itnin (itnt one tlii winter,
not only with tliosu who will ho coin
liollcd lo study economy iu feeding stock,
but equally so with thoso who havo
plenty, for it is worth ns much to one
man as to another. The straw of all
grains should bo carefully hubanded
and utllizeil. Properly fed, it can he
innilo to go a long ways toward bring
ing stock through the winter in good
condition. Hut it must not bo fed alone.
There is not enough nutriment in it, in
proper proportions, drain, oil meal or
cotton seed meal must go along with it
to supply the lacking elements. In feed
ing cows, the following plan mav ho fol
lowed (livo all the straw they" will eat
with six quarts of wheat bran per day,
to each cow, or mix corn meal and bran,
ono part of the former to two of tho lat
ter, and feed four iiuarts per day. The
straw should bo fed in the racks twice a
day. Dampen it with bran or meal
water, to which a little salt has been
added) 'or mix bran, or corn meal and
oil meal, l'robably as good proportions
ns any would bo ono part of oil meal,
ono of corn meal and four of bran, and
feed four quarts of this mixture per day
to each cow. If tho fctraw could ho cut
and steamed, it would bo doubled in
value by rendering it morodigestiblo and
palatable. At the enormously high pri
ces of feed, steaming will bo prolitablc
work this Winter, and thoso who aro
prepared for it can utilize their wheat,
oats and ryo straw to tho greatest ad
vautige. If steamed straw is fed the
meal and bran ration can bo cut down
one-third to one-half, in my opinion. I
havo fed straw as advised, except the
oil meal. Tho Winter of otand'.ViI
carried nine head of cattle and sixty
sheep through on half the hay usually
fed by utilizing my straw as above de
scribed. I ran tho straw through a cut
ter, dampened it, and mixed tho brim
nnd corn meal with it. My stock camo
out looking well. I fed straw during
the early part of the winter, up to about
February 1st, and then commenced on
A I'rclly Western lhiiiiiimr.
A brother and sister have met after
a separation of twenty years, and the
meeting lias boon dioiilmiI about in I lav
enpoit liy the little son'of the sister in n
most peculiar way. One wool; ago yes
torday the raft steamer Clyde went into
Davenport on lmr way north, mid Cap
tain Douglass tied up his boat for awhile
in uruur iu lieniui, somo 01 nis crow 10
go ashore and make nuichascs. Atnoiiu
others who went ashore was Aaron Car
ter, a raftsman. The weather was very
cold, with a keen, northwest wind. While
going along the street Carter met n
poorly clad little boy, who was running
along, crying bitterly. Caiter nsked
him what was the niaUor, and tho little
lad kobbed out: "I'm cold." "Come
with mo," said Carter, nnd, taktntr tho
boy to a clothing store he bought him a
suit of warm clothes and a pair of mit
tens, llo then asked tho boy his name.
"Aaron Dunlap," was tho leiily. (.'niter
was thunderstruck. "Aaron Dunlan!" ho
cried. "Whcro aro vour father and
mother!" "Father is dead," tho boy re
plied. "Well, take mo to your mother
then, as quickly as you can. said Car
ter, lho boy took linn to his humble
home, and when Carter entered tho house
the boy's mother rushed into his nrnu
with a shriek that made all the other
occupants of tho tenement house rush
into tho hall to seo what was tho matter.
Carter had found a sister whom he had
not seen sinco the year 1802, when ho
went to war with a Maine regiment.
nay ns 1 had enough
through from that time.
to carry mo
Tho cool, damp air of a collar is a
good place to keep roots and apples, pro
vided they can bo kept moist and cold
enough to prevent wilting. This is out
of tho question in tho modern dwelling
house cellar, m which the hot air or
steam furnace keeps up a constant dis
turbance of the air, anil produces a dry
ness and warmth ruinous lo the preser
vation of roots. If neglected in spring
and summer, the remnant that remains
at this season frequently becomes a nui
sance, and a cause of disease in tho
household. For those- reasons, it is bet
tor to make a cellar under some shed or
carriago house, or the barn, for roots
and apples. Celery should never be al
lowed to freeze at all after blanching.
It is usually stored by heeling it in quite
thickly at tho bottom of a pit, which is
covered with boards protected Ironi
frosts by a heavy coat of leaves, spent
tan or eel grass, it will not keep well
in a common cellar, unless buried uii in
sand or loam, the air of the cellar being
so dry as to cause wilt. Onions keep
well in a cold, dry collar, if not too early;
they should be stored in a dry loft, or on
a barn lloor until cold weather enilan
eors their freezing, say about Thanks
giving time, when they may bo barrelled
and put up m the cellar, io keep other
roots, such as beets, carrots and tur
nips from wilting, put them up in bar
rels with heads, or lino them in tho eel
lar about four feet deep, and cover tho
pile with'a little straw orcoarso litter, to
prevent evaporation. If tho cellar is
kept cold, they will not sprout and grow;
but this is not always easy to do, as mild
weather approaches in spring, at which
season a pit keeps tho roots in better
condition than any cellar can do.
Livnn roit Fowls. The advantage
of giving raw meat to fowls is shown in
the experience as related by a cones
pondent of an English newspaper: Somo
time ago wo had a long spell of parch
ing east winds here. Vegetation, which
should have been growing rapidly at tho
tune, was at a standstill, and all kinds
of insects and grubs which fowls devour
with such a relish were nowhere to bo
found. Tho niot inexperienced poultry
keeper knows that tho want of these
soon begins to all cot tho hens, especially
iu the production of eggs, which become
scarcer and scarcer until the supply
almost ceases This was tho case with
my lowls during the period m ouostion.
and probably I should have had no eggs
until tho weather and earth had become
humid, had I not, when I saw how mat
ters stood, began giving a httlo raw
chopped liv'cr daily. Not more than
three or four days after the hens had it
they one and all started laying, nnd did
not stop again until rain came, when no
inoro liver was given. I havo tried
many kinds of Uesh food for fowls du
ring such a time, but have found notliw
so good as the liver."
Why does noLcvcry farmer provide
his family with blackberries'.' They
aro a neauny luxury and easy raisec a
corn; planted spring or fall in rows six
or seven feet apart, and cultivated with
tho plow or cultivator, and when tho
Snyder i planted you can rely on hav
ing some berries every year, us they aro
hardy and can withstand our coldest
winter. Tho Kittatanuv, Lawton, .Mis
souri, Mammoth and Western Triumph
arc hno fruit and'rensonably hardy. A
thorough course of pruning and cutting
back hum bo nllowed. When tho new
canes get three feet high nip off tho ex
tremities, which cuusoa the stalks to
thicken up. Follow it up and you will
i i! . r....!. i . r
iiiitu liner jiiiuhiiu iiiuiu oi u.
Just l'oiiieil Out.
An eccentric barber opened a shoi
4 under the walls of tho king's bench pris
on.' Two windows boing broken when
l. 1 1. 1 .1 .-,?..!. I. . ..
iiu (jiyjieu n, lie niemieii iiieiiinviiu pa
per,on which appeared "Shavofor si
penny," with the usual invitation tg cus
tomeis, and over tho door wore scrawled
theso. lines. "Here lives Jciuuiy Wiight
Shayed as well us any man iu England
almost not quite." Footo, tho great
aotor,.wlio loved everything eccentric,
. saw these inscriptions, and hoping to ex
tract somo fun from tho author, whom
Iio jusjjy concluded to be nu odd charac
ter, ho pulled oil' his hat, and tlniistiu;
his head through a paper pane into the
shop, caned out.
"Is Jemmy Wright at homo ?"
Tho harbor immediately forced his own
head through another pane into tho
street, nnd roplied.
''No ulr i ho has just popped out."
Footo laughed heartily and gave tho
man a guinea.
Loss of memory, universal lansllude,
jjitiu iu tho back, preinaluro old age,
promptly cured with llrown'n Iron JJit
turs. It restores lost functions and
Htreugtheiu tho weakest parts.
I.'nw f tnnili poiifcsedly nt tin Ik.. 1 pf Philadelphia Journalism in
i II Hint makes u thoroughly rumpled1, i;uiienil nnd family news
p.ipcr. It Is mom complete In It.i news, In Its upcclal corrospon
i.i'lii'i , l:i 'M varied contributions on ull (subjects of popular Interest,
.i'l In fill tho iiunlltltM of n newspaper for tho family clrclo niut
. r tlm business man llian any rf li i contemporaries, becaus.0 Its
. rillK.'s ami resource i aro equal t every vault of a ilrst-elasi
ti.uU '...il Journal,
"The Weekly Timefl"-
Says Leirel's Jfcctitnlval Al'ir.i: Pro
fessor .lames Latv writes: A case that
occurred recently under my notice may
bo recorded as a warning of tho danger
ous qualities of a favorite houso plant.
it.... 1 ,.f ,. , . r. t
j line, iioaiiuy mare sue a single mil oi
leaves from a branch of an oleander
temporarily set by tho door; then went
on a journey of six miles appearing
playful and well, but on returning re
fused her feed. Next morning she still
refused to eat, looked dull and haggard
1 1 . I ..... . , r , "v. -.
ami mm paniauy lost control oi nor niuii
limbs. The maro died heforo assistance
couldjbo obtained, and on opening tho
body tho dark led congested stomach
showed tho action of an acrid poison,
and inquiry brought tho account of tho
cropping of tho oleander, of tho injuri
ous qualities of which tho owner was en
tirely ignorant. As this ignorance is
very wide-spread it may be well to say
that all parts of the plant are deadly. A
very small quantity of the leaves are fa
tal to the horse as wo havo seen. Tho
flowers have pioduced death in thoso
who carelessly picked and ate them.
The branches divested of their bark and
used as skewers have poisoned the meat
roasted on them and killed seven of tho
twelve people who partook of it.
un nearly doubled Its
former luriro circulation
ditriti,"l!. past year. Ui eonlriVator i Ironi week to wcolcnroimioiiu;
tho f ireiiiiiit men of tlia nation, mul no department of noww or
liter :turo W Nllxlituti In any iiuiiibor on any pretext. It la adapted
i a well lo women in t lu?.l hence, nltliuiiu:li Its political InU'lll-Iten-'t)
is full mid ni-runila n:i I It- political editorials frco and fear
1cm,, liberal provision li tn.i !o for literary, dramatic unit musical
..int'.crs, travels nnd lulvciitiire, fiction, poetry, fashions nntl lho
. Iironlelo or current social events. In nil theso departments tho
P' " i of tho host writers tiro en;ii;ed, wlillo selections from other
j Minaln aro made with care, tasto and fullness that mo unsurpassed.
Tin: "Annals' hi' tui: Wau" -chapters of unwritten hlttory
. itrllmted by prominent nc:orn In thu war or tho rebellion, nro
ii vitlitablJ fei'ituro of tho paper mid havo bocomo a recognized
depository of such matters, whether from Northern or Southern
Miiirecs. This department, ns ivc'l i.o nil others, will bo he-it fully
up lo tho high i-tamlard of f.::..(.r ytars.
LATEST STYLES OF
A.t the 'COLUMBIAN OFFICE.'
IkllOIUriO vUowl.fathirs.mollurl r 3 I
children. ThouiRndirotentiltri. J'enilnnirlvcn iV&i
for li,n r Diirtr.tot.r, orrui'ttirt.taricute rt ii.; . V.V
or wily IH-ru.. Tlt'.tMmnl . f t-tii'lonrr, nc 'I'VltCT
pnUW.-rulileJ to I.MIIl;.lr nn I llof.M' V. tV2l Xi
IWTK.Vl'H tirocurcj lur lii,rtitir. N Muri j
lMjrrjnti pmnll .mslilunjf .1J. !-. Min 1 Ay
Anil lidiri ant.i V fr Tour n.t. t i.p... I '' IV
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nil ii'imity I.UitWi itml lii,uvrtit,. TfThl
ranMiii ih..jjii, f I'M'.l.n.r. nir Mill
I'HUI AU'JU.LiM.kn.H!, ,W.LiLIHu,lJ.0 ""MA-
THE DAILY TIMES-Dcllvers.t la tho city tif IlilbJdi.hla.
tnJ ur.-"iir..!liirj Towns fur Tivdvu CjaU u week, Mail Senciunioxs, invtogo
free, Six l. '1 us a jc.ir, or Tidy Ccnte i. iimkUi.
THE WEEKLY TIMES-rifly-sl': o.lumns cif Uie cholcwt
l ii.'.n in- Lilly iircurv.l to meet lhou:itsi.f weekly ncwM.ilr reiulem. Ono
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i jp Sent fri e to nny itoii i;ettlnir up Vhth- i f ten i r twenty.
THE SUNDAY EDITION -iicuUokiiett.cWitianes. Tiio
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'1'i.u Dollars u jiur, io.la.c fice. liliulo copies 1'onr Cents.
THE TIMES ALMANAC-AMmuialof l'olltlcalondothcr
Infuiciatluu, publUheJ on thu 1'lrtt of January, ci ery year, ntteen Cents n copy.
THE ANNALS OF THE WAR-A royal octavo volume
of 830 iurj, Ijcautlfnlly illustrutca. Written by l'riuclpsl l'ttrtlclpttnU lu tlie Wr,
Kotlh aad fcjiitli. lTtce, J3.00.
ADDftTSS ALL LETTERS AND OTHER COMMUNICATIONS TO
Chestnut and Kljjhtli Streets, Miiladcljpultt.
ttS?" SEND FOR A
Kcal Instate !
WM. F. BODINE,
HON bT 1IELOW SECOND. 11LOOMSUUI10, l'A
ts prepared to do all kinds ot
Plain and ornamental
BOTH DECOIIATIVK AND 1'LAIU.
All UliiilH ol' Furniture Repaired,
aud muilo as good as new.
NONE BUT FIIWT-CLASS WOltKIIKN EMPLOYED
Estimates WZado on all Work.
WM. F. BODINE.
I A All French Cliromo CMrda, Hand lioquets. Mot-'L-U
toes, Birds, etc., Name- on luc. J. H. Hustcd,
Nassau, N'. V.
GET THE BEST.
l'n tlie luaimfucturo of Organs is resulting in the production and sale
of cheap goods, made from inferior materials. I refer particularly to
bogus Organs that are continually springing into existence witlioul
any merit whatever, except to be offered cheap, and then when purchas
ed found to bo dear at any price. Will you not then, reader,
If you Contemplate Buying an Organ
consider it your only safeguard to select an instrument bearing tho
names of first class, wholly responsible makers. A good assortment ol
styles of tho celebrated Estey Organs can now bo seen at tho new rooms
ot the Only Authorized Agent foi tho Batoy Organs in
Columbia County. A guarantee for live years from the manu
facturers accompanies every Estey Organ.
J. S&I rZSR, Agent,
Bloomsburg, P. a
By rirtiio of an order ot tlio Orphans' Court ot Co
lumbia county, tlie undersigned executor ot Flilllp
Unantrst, lato ot Ftshtngcreck township, Columbia
county, deceased, will expose to public Sato on Uio
Friday, December 23rd, 1881,
at tea o'clock In tlie forenoon, tho following de
scribed real estate, to-wlt; All that certain piece
or parcel ot land, situate In satd township of Fish
nccreck, boueded by Flshlngcreek and lands of
John Nejhnid, John ICrrasy and A, lluntalnger,
is ACHES AND 24 l'KUCIIES.
Also, a certain piece or parcel of land situate In
said township, bounded by lauds of Edward
Unangst, William Unancst, A. Lewis and William
W. Mll'er, containing FIVE ACUES and nvo perch
es on which H a good
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE,
rramo stable and out-bulldtngs. There Is alsa an
excellent lot ot FRUIT tubes on tils lot.
TERMS OF SALE. Ten per cent, of one-fourth
ot tho purchase money to be paid at tho stilting
down of tho property: the one-fourth less the
ten per cent, at tho confirmation of sale, and the
remaining three-fourths In one year thereafter with
Interest from confirmation nisi.
Dec. li, isst-4w Kiecutor.
Valuable Real Estate
PRIVATE SALE 1
THE LARGE FLOURING MILL
In Hemlock township known i s the
lsoffeiedat I'lll ATE SALE. This mill Is -II feet
by t-ofcit and contains
FOUR PAIRS OF BURRS.
Utuallyiunby water lower, but lias a steam en
Bine to run It In time of unusually low water. It has
A Largo Custom Trado
and there ts a bargain In It. l'or further particulars
M. S. AITLBMAN.
Oct. 7-.nn llloomsburg, la.
Orphans' Court Sale
Kcal JGstalc !
1'ursiiant t3 an order of tho Orphans' Court ot
Columbia county, the undersigned; Administrator
or samucl Rhone, lata of Benton town&hlp, do
ceased, will cxp jso to salo on tin premises In said
Friday, January 13th, 1882,
At one o'clock, p. m.
the following described real estut o of said decedent,
In Benton township, bounded and described ai follows:
On tho north by land ot Alfred itantz, on the vast
by Tlnmas Bender and W. W. Heis, on the south
by W. W. Hess, C. W. Jljers and A. A. Ober-
holtzer nnd on tho west by Daniel Karns, containing
Twenty -two Acim
moro or les js, whereon aro erected
A SlYCAXiIi HOIXJ3S AND D ARK.
TEUMS OF SALE. Ten per ccntot one.foui th of
tho purchase money shall bo paid at the striking
down ot the property, the ono fourth less tho ten
per cent at tho continuation absolute; nnd tho re
maining Uireefourths In ono year alter confirmation
nlst with interest froin that date.
Dec. 16-sw lieii'on, I'a
RUK TONIC j
A PERFECT STRENGTHENER.A SURE REVIVER.
IJtOX JMTTHItS nro JiWily recommended for all disease, re- I
quiring a certain and cfliclnit tonlo ; especially IndUjtstion, iyj;)c;uui, hu r (
mittent Jhers, ll'tm r Apptlitt. Lou of Strength, huh tj l'.ntrfj, etc., Lnrlclxi e
mo iiiocxi,6irenguieiisiiio muse' i, ana gives new llto to llie nerves. They ait
liho n cliurm on tho dlgCKiJr jr?nns, removing ull dyspeptic fyiniitoins, null
as Ttutiwj tt h'ui4, Jirtchimj, Heat in the Stomach, Heartburn, ttc, Tlio only
Iron Pi'upiirutlon tlmt vll not liluclccit tlio ti'dlh or kIvd
humlaohc, Sold by all dru?gihls. Wrlto for tlm A 11 tl liook, U'J iiji, tf
lucful and amusim; reading tent free.
UltOWX ClIKMIOAL- CO., nnUimore, Md.
t M ... I... .M.-.-..,.
THIS SCIIOOI, as at present constltutv-d,.oaDrs the tery best facllltlos for l'rofesslonal and Classical iMrnlng. hmmMdiliunilV
liuildlngssnacious. Imltlng and commodious : cnmnletely heated by steam, weincutllatcd, lighted by ga and furuUhed with a bouiilltili supnj,
BPLocatIonthealthful, ana easy of acccsi. Toachci scxnerlcncod, cfllclent, and allvo to their work. Discipline, firm but kind, uniform and thorough
moderate. Fifty cents a week deduction to all expecting to teach. studcnlJi ndmltted nt any 1 1 1 no. Rooms reserved when dosireu.
I. Model School. II, 1'repnralory. HI. Elementary. l , Claislcal.
Adjunct Courses : I. Academic. 1 1. Commercial. 111. Course In Mumc.
Tho Klemcntarv. Rclentino and ClasslMl Courses nro PROFESSIONAL, nnd Students graduatng therein, tcccivo Mnie iiipiu " .n
corresponding Degrees i Master of the Elements! Master of tho Sciences ; .Master ot thu Classics. Uraduates Iu lho oilier Luiirses rewvu .mi
thelrnttalnmcnls,, signed by thoomcern of the Board of Tuuei". , ,,. . nP iu.aK'nilit'ii
t no courso oi mho y orescriueu oy mc siaie is nocrai, aim iub - cieniinc aim uaniicui coursi-i io nut imvi iu '"" . , ; u ,X, T i,v fnrnl
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BentnndfmclentTeachersforherschools. Tothlscndlt solicits young personi of good ubllltlrs and good r"rP0-u'0,wV","VM
aud their talents, ns students. To all such It promises aldlu developing their powers, nnd abundant opportunities for well paid labor aucr lumui,
uaiaioguo.noares.uio rncina . , , , ......, srntnrv.
uuni wii.iii.i.ii Jii.w lii.i.i i-refiuriii iionru ni -i-ruirrn. w.w.-...
Sept. 8. '7- i
Oltl'IIANS1 COURT SALE
I'ui'MUlii liy iilo) t'i' UrolIitTH
Id mifsuanco oranordflr at Mm inrnUntiK1 cnurt
QOluraWa county, JUo undralgne administrator,
I Ion ton townbblp, deceaaeJ,- win expose to public
SATURDAY, DECKMBER 3l6t,881,
At ono o'clock yi m
All lllAtnnrltAn nf fh rnllnwf ni rfnriluirf I'Mifvn
-T - - . . . -ww .v..u..(Ua 1.1AVI
nil T 111. . .... . . . . .
juAnu, iu i.cuiou iuwsuip, uoiumui t county,
lying on tho west tide of Flshlmrcreek.
uuuuueu a ioiiows! on mo nortu by lands of It
F. CollCV. J. V. Chimin End A. WIIHnf,i, nn I
west by lands ot Ell Mcllenry, Jphn E. Applernan
auu.ciii iiuuuvii, uu iuu itouiu uy lanus or i
llam IlUlmfl Blill Mnii'in-cl llil.llnn nn,1 nn 11,0 ,
by lands of lteuben II. Davis and Stott E. Colley,
contalningFirrttEN ACHES, moro or less, bottom
iauu, uii uivaruu.
Also, ull that tract ot laud blttiato In Benton town
shin, bounded on thnwpHLlivtnniW nriinhA fnn
ner, on tho north by lands ot the hcliu ot Tbcinaa
Davis, deceuMd, and J. F. Chapln, on lho south by
lands ot -Uicklcl Cole, contalclLg ElUUTEKN
ACItKS, moro or less, unimproved land.
TBIIJIH OF BALE. Ten per cent, of one-fourlh
ui uiu purcuaso money bhau bo paid at the striking
m ui wiu jruix;iijri uie one-iounu less ma
Percent. Ut tho confirmation nlmnlntii nnrt ilm
malulng thrce-faurths In ono year alter confirms-
" """i "nn luicren irpm mat date,
I. K. KKICKHAUW.
i Cambra, F.S
What Makes tho Children Laugh?
ThJ Ilaudsomest Flno Art Juvenile Book. Ui 60
Colored Illustrations. 1 vol, Quarto, u uo.
R. W0HTH1MOT0N, 77 J3ro4vw, Nw Ycrk.
dec K.tw r
BLOOMSBURG STATE NORMAL SGHOU
SIXTH NOllMAL SCHOOL DISTJUCT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rov. D. J. WALLER, Jr., Ph, D., Principal.
IV. Course in Art. V. Course in l'hysical Culture.
m lr time
HOW? WHAT! WIRE? W
Ono of the problems of Good mul Comforliible Living
MATTER OF CLOTHING.
VERV LOW K3T
jE.KAMINEounSTOCk'or . KUSINESS AND
rAimiiic i.w-lj ! DRL55 blllKls
iwuiuo uvy 1 o
IS OUR MOTTO.
A I' ULL LINE
MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
Perfect Fits, Latest Styles, Full Satisfaction.
CALL AND EXAMINE THE LARGEST STOCK OF
CLOTHING and CASSIMERES1N THE COUNTY
A Full Liinc-of Furnishing Groods.
Headquarters for TRUNKS, SATCHELS, VALISES
Ulcrclisuit Tailor & faas' OuilBtter
ONE THOUSAND (1,000) DOLLARS
IHKM1U.U oUereU 10 AMI IMSKSO.N'
that will do us GREAT A ItANGE
OK WORK on ANY OTHER
NEW DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
Will ifo without basting.
It will make wide licm ou abcela. &c licm all
mannerof bias woolcu (,'oods, au son merino, crape,
or eooda aifflcult to liem on other maclilnes. it
mattes a more eiauiiu huluu iuuu uuy uluci uiucuiutr.
It will turn a licm ana put la plplni; at same Umo
It will turn a uem. sew braid on tlie rtfflit side
and stitch on trimming at ono operation.
It will do telHnu bias or BtraluUt. cither on cotton
or woolen goods.
It will tell acrobB seama on any soods.
I will bind a Drum or Skill and sewontarlne.
either wllh or without show Ing htltcUf s; bind Uresa
Hoods with the same material, i-UliurtciUlopi.poliitu,
squares or BiraiKnw 1 lie ouiy mui'iuue iiiai- 111 uiuu
Hals, Cloaks, or other articles wllh bui, satin or
Bilk, trora x to s Inches In width, without basting.
It will gather with or without Bcwlng on.
Itwillrathcr between two Pieces and bcw on at
the same time.
It will make arullle aud Btltcha pillow Blip on to
the lacing at the same time.
It will shirr any kind ot goods.
It will make plalU'd trimming either wltU or with
out sowing 11 on.
It will make plalttd trimming either scallaped or
itralght, and sew a plplug On at the sumu Hunt. II
win make kuiio piaiuug.
J. SALTZER, Geu'l Agout,
oct. 1, '80-tf.
To Nervous Safforers Tho Qreat European
im. 1. b. smrsoN's srscinc ukdici.se.
Dr. J. II. Klmpson'a tipccltlc Medicine Is a posltlvo
cure for oierworkot body or brain or oleosa or any
klnd.sueli as weakness and all diseases rosultlug
from Nervous Debility. Irrltablllty.Mental Anxiety,
Languor, Lassitude, Depression 01 spirits and func
tional dorangemcnts of the nervous hystem gen
ertlv. rains In the
unvK or t5ie, i)SF
01 jieinory, I'rema
turc old ago nnd dis
eases that lead t
ty an early cravi
or both. No matteil
now snattcrcd th
syBtcm may be from)
excesses o t a 11 y
kmd. a Bhort coursejniiis medlclue will reotoro Ih
lost functions and procure health and happiness
where before was despondency and gloom. Tlio Spe
cific Medicine Is being used with woudertul success.
l'araphleta Bent freo to all. Wrlto for them and
get full partrlcular.
l'rlce, Specific $1.00 per package, or six packages
tor J.1,10. Will bo sent by mall ou receipt ofcioney.
Address all orders. J. 1). SIMHSON'a MKDICINEUU.
Nos. Ml and 1 ilaln street, Buffalo, N. V.
lco. 11, '31-jf
THE WHITE SEWING MJHINE
Whereas, tho world renowned rcput.jn it the
White kewiug W
Induces many unsirunuious conipi-illoro rrt to
all kinds of mean tricks to Injure lis reitititi, wb
beg to caution all Intending parchasersit t jouya
except from Its regular authorlted denlp, wl will
be sustained by the follow lug warranty
WE WAItKANT THE NATDHAL WEAlANirKAK
White Hie Smt
l'I,.TE Nl'MDKl! lOISM!! FOH FAMJ.T I'BI'O
SKS. AND IIEKEUY AOHEETO KEKi' 1IK ME
IN UEl'AIK FOlt TI1K TEIIM OK I'llH MM
vnosi this date, fiiee of ciiahoh j
This warranty excepts the brcakagi of allcs
bobbins and Bhuttles. j
This warranty will not lo sustained unVn tho
plate number abovo jrlven correspon wilthe
number on the shuttle race slide, liewae of caccd
or altered numbers 1
WIUTK SKWINO .MAUINH
The "WHITE" Shuttle SowlngHaine
"r b okbatkr cirAeiTV than any othf r tallly tflng
Machlno for doing every variety ot worl 1
ii.it. 1. j-tf. 1
R'P.AT'V'R OKiiANSststops, 10 set jreei (ply
oaa.i 1:1 t,i, i.ln9 lwp up, ilday
lndecenwuls Heady. Wrllu or cll O'lIlEtv,
Washington, N.J. aid nu)C, "j
A YEAR'S HE A DIN
THE NEW YORK
7"AINRI(iIIT k: CO.,
1170. A'.V. I L E an 0 ClUiS,
teas, svitnv, coffee, sun ah, molissks.
KICK, SI'ICIS. BICillB bOIli, AC, XC.
N. It. Comer Second and Arch BliccUi.
li"Crdeu will rocelvo prompt attention.
Dauchy & Oo'a. Advt's.
Don't locate beforo seeing our
James lttver settlement. Illui
trated dialogue free. j. Jl.llan
cha, v-laiemout, surry co. a. d ded. 2-4w
Tho Highest Market Price in Cash
IUIDVOH ALL KINDS OF HIDES 'V
A. SOXjXjESDEI l&
livntlicr and Shoo l'l 11 ill ns istoic
Main SrREcr, Oi'FOsin: Stone Oiiuiicii,
NEW RICH BLOOD!
Variant' I'lirinlirn J'H inako NewllU'li
ISIoml, and will compUtoly t-ti.mtru llix IiIikhIIu
lliuentlreaviitcm in Hired 1 nntlix, ,nvpi'rnn
u to will taUu I pill null nlgiil from 1 lojjwo. ki
nay Ihi reitored ti wmiul lieallli. If 1.111'lia lllng
to ioii1U1k. Si nt In' i, mil for 8 teller klniniH.
A A. JOUSSUS A- CO., Mutton, Jim.,
formerly Ixiifnr, Me,
ItnCUTC WRUTCn KVIHVWIIKUK t,i
nuL.11 1 u iinll ilu u.f iH.ll'.imllyllMll
L 1 1 Ull-
llliir Jlaeliliir er lovtuifi'l.
ibimvi, lln 11U1SI. aiU Till: (oiiliili te. Iu
20 minium. 11 Kill lw lull ai:rit aikiy vf f'dr-
wi lor wnuu taera 11 kiwar a rea-ir market h 11 1
I' or ilrrular n.l tenuilo Uio 'l ivoiulily Uulltluar
Itavcllllio Co.! 4U9 Wltftiliuloa 81.. Ik-lUtt. Mnu.
iniy 0, '81-ly
JVMVAYS ON HAND
IMiTENSE SALES I EOYS 1
Fun allic: flood Commlssloul 85 "LATEST" i-hro-mo
cards. 5 Flirtations, s Lady or (lent corrcpond
enta vue. silver. II. V. Jones, Joifersou N. V. Take
agency. d dee. 'J l w
Atlantic mul Gulf Const Ciunil ami Okccclio.
uce ljuuu t o,
50,000 SHARES $10 EACH
At I'Alt wltua HONUSof 4J Acres tor each lOshaieB
.wu4 kuuim; iKtuu. u. mil --J1I331U11 rUI tllllSe.
oi'ficm 1'1'lrJ nnd Chestnut nts., Flilladelphla.
DetulleJ I'rospectm wllh deij Iptlve Maps mallei
FltKE. it dec. ii -w
AT THIS OFFICE.
Havo Signed or Endorsed tho
Mcssrs.Sealmry & Johnson, Manuf actur
inif Cheraiats, 51 Tlatt St., Now York :
Oontlemen j l'or tlio liast fow yoara wo
havo sold TOrioua brands of Poroua riaa
tora. Physicians rrad, tho Tubllo prefer
Bonron'B CbpiIiiw rorous Plastfr to all
others. Wo consWor thorn ono of tho very
fow rcliuUo houoclsolil remedies worthy
of confidence. They aro superior to ull
other Porous Plasters or Liniments for
Haiinon'M Capclno riastar is a genulno
Purraaeoutloal product, of tho highest
order of merit, and so rccojrnized by
physlcluna und. drutrElsts.
When other remedies full Kct n, lien
sou's Capoino Plaster,
You will bo disappointed if you use
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pads or Kleo
tricnl Mat'uotlo toys.
HEAD'S Htdicatcd CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
New Vyvhos, New Typo ThroisJ
. out, New IJuikliug, Now Apj
uncos ot Jiivery ImihI, an
New Life in Every Depart
ment. To any Address, Postage Pa
SI .00 a Year;
50 cents for six months.
Special Departments l'or ev
Member of the Household.
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3, Thu Literary World-A full pairo of Loni; SM
aim Miori siories, comls llalhuls and Sets
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4. lho Housekeeper's columns -What Eury Wi
Wants to Know,
5. Th Vctcilnnry Unartment-wiiii
frco for :U1 SuLeci ILcrs, ur.d fu'l Instructlonr.
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Doth am iteur and protessbnal players,
s. A Corner for tlio Young l''ulks-liiiMios,Cli.i!.i-
l'uz.!es, Enlsmas, AcroitliM, dc.
a. coiupkto JUrl-et lleports-l'nilvalled In ill
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no superior on either side .
the water as a Livo, Brilliant,
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Till KKW YOltK WOKIiI)
would iiuji.uiso, $m v0'hk.
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ouw iu.uiiw a suuieripiioii to COOU
..v.. 0'iuieriucrs i;et th s paper
nlimlui.jnfHIIHI. n-Min..... . l-f
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.i..iuui)- i, 4m prouipuy,
A Mnrilhlv v,,n..i. ..... 1 1 . a
,"v, .villaining only C
flatter. Krehh. iirh.hr. v,.i...r -...y
i1??,,1!,;?0!1':1'1.' V' 'JJ.rlaa by tho most
Harriet needier Stowe,
i.vuiiuru . iiaeon
Kosu Terry Cooke,
llehecoa Ilardluif Dai
' omco a . McuddSr,
James u, Wlilton,
WHAT 18 SAID Ol-' If "It Is an excellent
ii iubiuiiib ill Ameilea."-,ciiurcirciiroTrie f
"Theielsrunn nviii,.ini. . r.'r";-.1.".11''1'
MrODB couiiiionbenursro'.io u r
T, T , vuruudn Aaioca
.V'"i'i io m to mbcriUrs. ,SUUm
moittht f(,r $3 oo.
I I h.
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iy i tr 1 lour i 'iu iiuiiibor-i.
wJiun tin auuvu, ur buiiu to
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ill I fm
RAIL ROAD TIME TAB
I) KNNsY I,V ISA I MtoTnT
1 HKM'III t .t Kill It. U. Dmsw.1 11
win run TIME
On nnd After Mondiy
on nnu nricr Mondiy, net, si i, ..
Ohthol-hllftdolphlftft Urln lla l,-., !.'lir
Krlo Mall leaves I'lilladclpliU
'.' " llarrlsburir
' " Hunbury h
" " Kan
" arrive at Krlo
Niagara Kxpress leaves riillailelphta
' " ltenovo
, " . Kano
Kftst Lino leaves Philadelphia
" " llarrlsburi;
" ' sunbury
" " Wlillamsport
" arrlvo at Lock Haven
EAST WA HI).
3 li p
I 8i, J
i; to 5
Lock HaicnlCxprosa loaves Lock Haviri .
" "illlamsnorr oS1
' nrrlvo at llarrlsburir
, ,", , " PhlladelpliTa
Fast Lino loaves cnnandalzua
' ' Vatklns
' " JJImlra
' " Wlillamsport
' ' xunbury
" arrllcs nt Ilarrlsbunf
" " Philadelphia
Day Express loaves Kano
" ' llenovo
" " J)ck Haven
' arrive at llarrlsbiiri;
, ' , " Philadelphia
Krlo .Mall leaves Krlo
" " Kutio
" " l(ctioo
' " I)ck Haven
" " Wlillamsport
" " Kunbiirv
" airlvesat llirrUburir
" " Plilladelplua
12 IS p I
3 3-ln I
iu III p 'i
1 HA . 1
r.rio jian wesi anil lock Haven l-:iirnM
make clone connections at NorlUumi!
ScrJJnlon "' "' "' tn"r'S Wltt
Trln Tnll l'.iut Ul-..... t...... to. .
iiu.. """i "a,icti near, juj ,a
Lino est inako close connection at MiiulLI
wllh N.C. 11. W. trains north. uoiJ
mako close conuecttuU ntLockllaen lthii!l
It. 11. trains. "ui.L
Erlo JIall Kast nnd West connect at Kn J
trains on L. S. ic JI. H. It. H. ; at Corry Sml
P.A W. It. It.; at Kmporlum with n n. y'i '.'I
and at Driftwood V llh A. V. It. It. '-.
Parlor cars will run between Phlla Klpt'i
umurwuri, un isiasrara r;xnress wesr. a,i i
press East. Sleeping cars ou all ultlit iialn I
UUUUU H.L.I liailUdl.l I . Lll. IffPI. 1 iinni UI I I,
Unnlmrv nu frtll-.u-u I -"""Ulir
Northern Hxprcss o.lio a. ni arrive Ein,im
Arrive nt Canandalgui a.sit',
" Itochesu-r i.ii
" Niagara, s 11
Niagara Express 1.05 p. in. nrrlvo E'mlra c ii,
arrlvo Cauand.Uui 3
" Itochester i-
Past line O.lo p m arrlvo Klmlra
Soul hern Expreus 1.3i a. m. nrrlvo Harrisi,
arrive Phlladelplila 7,3i
new iorK lojj
" UMttinore i.,
Pacliic Express 10.110 a m arrive llarrlsbv laut,
arrive Philadelphia ui,
" New York c.w
" lialtlmore cu
" Washlnston t.si
Day Express l.oo p m arrive Harrlsburi; s.t p
" New Yoik
Erie Mull l.uo a. m. anlie Harrlsburi;
" ! ew York
I.. P. PAltMHIt, Uoneral Pasjeuger Aut.l
FIlANK THOMSON, Uoneral Munap
HILADELPIIA AND KEADINO KO.J
November Tth, 18sl.
TH11NS I.KiVK KITKKT AS 'OLLOWB(8CNDJT KXlir
For Now Y'ork, I'hlladelphla, Itcadlnt', I'otuil
Tamaqua, ic., 11,45 a. m
For Catawtssa, 11,15 a. m. 0,15 and 7,V0 p, m,
For Wlillamsport, 6,15 1,50 it. m. and 4,06 p. m,
TKiiNa von aonar lkith ta folloivj, (r.iotr
Ixavu New York, vU. Tuinanend 6.45 a. m. 1,1
Ma. Hound Urook ltoute 7,4.', a. 111.
Leavo Philadelphia, 9,45 a. m.
Leave Heading,' 11, Ma. m.. I'otu villi-, .J,;t
Leavo Catuwissa, 6,10 8,40 a. m. and 4,eo p, ni.
Leave Wlillamsport ,9,43 a.ni,s,ou p. in. and 4,j p J
Passengers to aud from New York, u. tat
nend and to and from Ptilla IHphla ko turoil
lthoutciian!:o of cars.
J. E. WOO'lTEN.I
1,. u. iiAm;uun,
Oeneral Passenger aul Ticket AgeH.
Jan. 10. lSdl-tt.
Time-Table No. 3 , Takes effect at i-m A I
p.m. p.m. a.m.
MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1878.
T 49 19 51
T 41 V.' 40
T 40 lit 36
T 2i II 94
T M 19 19
T !0 U 05
7 15 11 55
0 5T W 10
6 43 10 10
6 31 M'
.. West Pltuton...
j.. .Cameron., .
0 46 .Northumberland.
p 101 ;l
10 16 3 13
p.m. a ni a.m.
W K. HAL" TEA f
Superlntoad'i'it s ifni, Kcmnion I"n"
BLOOMSBURG PLANING MI
The uliJerhlL-ued harlni- nut his PlanlnL'Ml
lUllroad ntreet, In tlrst-Ciass condition, Is prilj
10 uo an kiuus ot won: in 111s lino.
FRAMES, SASH, DOORS,
r- 1 1 li r e
furnished at reasonable nrlcou. All lumber usJ
well seasoned and nouo but skilled workmeLl
ESTIMATES FOR BUILDJNGl
tiirnlshtid on application. Plana and speclflcAtl
M,C. SLOAN & BRO ,
111,01 1M8UUIIG, l'A
JI inufaclurcru of
Carrlues. Eifffhs.?haalBns. Slalffhi. Pli'.fJ
VlKt-class woik alwajs ou hand.
D flt'I) I 1lMVl AM I .if r ,,I',
iiiii .uiii.H, j r.,i 1 14 1 in'.'
7VCM reduced lo fiiit the Hum,
CIlItlHTIAN f. KNAPP, IH.OOMS11UHO, PA. I
BUITIHH AMBH1CA HSUlIANCE COMPANY
GKHMAN PIHKINslIHANCE COMPANY".
RATIONAL PIHB INSUHANCk COMPANY.
WON I.NbUHANOB COMPANY.
'Hihma m.n rnHpnuirtONu an, well Reasoned by I
!nd riKK i3To and haro never yot had loasj
led by any court of law. Tholr assets are all in
d In toi iu succmriiiaud aro liable to the hMj
floou as Octormlnod ty cukuiun Ye Kvirr, el
II A O BIST kVti AwrfcTKtiaouMm'KU, )' ..J
b iig invwjiiu ui vuiuiuvm vunuij l A ari M
mj uuu ui iuuu unukitiiuuD, nn t T TNl