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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURGr, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
"Pinkoyo" Is not a scicmlfio term m
plica by veterinary mtrgcoim, ns tlicy
recognize It ns a sovcro form of typhoid
iniluenr.ri. Tho tllsenso linn received tho
popular name of "pinkoyo" for tho reason
of tho redness of tho external coat of
tho eye, and lining of tho eyelids. Its
causo Is unknown. The symptoms vary
- - - - - ... uumu millllillP)
from constitutional weakness or peculiar
vMiujiiiun ui niu system, are more sus-
CGDtlhlo to llm ilinnnsn ll,n .1... ...1
inals in tho samo locations nnd surround
cd by like influences. It is said not to
bo a now disease, as it was prevalent
among horses in this country In 1851 and
180.1. Tho symptoms of t ho disp.mo nrn
so variable, that thero
of opinions among veterinary Burgeons
as to cause and treatment. Tho general
symptoms aros "Slight watery or thin
mucous discharges from thonostrils, eyes
wntitrv. im1i tun.... ..11..! !..
I..... iimvii:! wuin-uiiiig in uiu in
ner corner: nvn.liiia aumllnn .....1 ....ir..
, -J ... UITUI1VII tllllt IUI1,
tho incmbrano on tho inner sido prescnt-
most cases lost or RiisnpiuW ( nil n.
pearanco of tho countenance j in somo
cases mouth hot, with a corresponding
increaso of tcmnor.it nm of dm oM. ;.,
most cases thero is great prostration of
onciijjin, a biiowii in tno staggering
gait, with a cpfick, Binall and weak
puisoj heart sometimes violontlv acita
ted, and respiration Increased." Some
times thero is a cough, accompanied with
a soro throat. Not all of tho symptoms
are prevalent in any ono case. The dis
ease ha3 not been very fatal, except in
cases of bad treatment, hard work and
exposure to cold nnd storms. Ordinarily
tho disease yields to proper treatment nnd
careful nursing. In fact, careful nursing
is tho most importaut acency in tho re
covery of man or animals. Not having
iuuuu mini in our own bkih nor m the
hundreds of "boss doctors" which can
bo touuU all over tho country, who havi
no acnunintmicn willi llm
icincs, or tho many diseases of tho horse,
wu uro rumctant, io prescribe medicines
or recommend imnlinii nnnfwlminn ; ti.
crs, unless they aro accredited veterinary
ouiw-una. uub wo annex mo reconi
mendatious of ProfessorKobert Jennings
author of "The ITnrsn nnil ia 7Vonnou
and several oilier stitnilnnl vntnnnnmi
works. Ho says : When tho Bcrvices of
a veterinary surgeon can bo had, it is
safer to secure his Bcrvices, as a mistake
in mo enaracicr or the discaso may
prove fatal to tho animal and loss to tho
t. i. . . ,
uwucr. it is (uiiicuit io lay down i
courso of medication in a disease present
ing so many complications as this dis
caso does at tho present time. In ordi
nary cases tonics and stimulants ;
called for. In cases where tho fever
runs .high, give the following: Tartrate
of antimony and nitrate of potassa, o
each, one drachm ; mix both together
and give night and morning. When
the fever is broken, tonics and stimulants
are called for. The following may be
flanl in nrliiinvtr nnana ...III. -Ir,... .
wu u wav....t.j ..aia tYltU UUU I'lllXt
Gentian root, pulverized, and nitrate o
potassa, each, one ounce ; Jamaica gin
ger, puivenzeu, nan an ounce; letiu
greoK or anise seed, pulverized, six
drachms j mix and divide in four parts,
givo ono night and morning. "When
thero is dropsical Dwelling of tho legs,
half an ounce of sulphate of iron may
be added to tho nlmvn witli tmnA r,(Tn,.t
If the lungs arc involved givo tho fol-
'"""'S' iuuv in llliuiuie, Willi
tincture of belladonna, ono part each,
water two parts; dose, ono teaspoonful
overy three hours. If the liver is affect
ed, which may bo known by the yellow
tingo of tho mucuous membrane, dung
Small and hard. linrsn Ivinrr mi liia a', An
and occasionally looking at his side as if
Itl nnin rlfli nninainnnl ttn nC !
iness, give Uarbadoes aloes, three
drachms, calomel and pulverized digital
is, of each half a drachm ; make a ball
with molasses. This must not bo repeat
ed. When there is soreness of tho throat
blisters should be applied; the lly blister,
mado thin with turpentine, answers a
good purpose. The animal should bo
placed in a box stall, well littered with
straw, and kept clean ; as pure atmos
phero as possible is necessary ; the con
taminated air of a badly ventilated stable
retards or defeats restoration to health.
Trimming Tukks. Thero aro fre
quently pleasant days in December, and
sometimes in January, that the weather
is not too cold for tho fruit grower to
work in his orchard comfortably. As
this is usually a season of leisure, when
such days como they should bo improved
by looking over tho orchard. Limbs
cut off at this season of tho year, when
the san is comparatively at rest, leave a
wound that can be moro easily protected
from tho action of the weather, than if
cut a few months hence, when the sap
is in motion.
To trim a tree just right, requires
good judgmcut, a good evo and somo
experience, as well as good'tools. Tho
saw should be not only sharp but perfect
ly straight, and set wido enough to run
easy ; the knife and tho axe should also
bo sharp. To trim trees' with poor tools
is not only disagreeable work, but it is
impossible to do tho work well.
Somo make a mistake in trimming
trees, by trimming too much in the
middle, cutting out not only largo
limbs but also all of tho fruit-bearing
spurs, leaving but a small amount of
bearing wood at tho end of each limb.
While it is desirable to cut out all limbs
that cross the other limbs nml in l-.
the inside of tho tree no that tho fruit
can bo easily gathered, there is a point
boyond which it is not judicious to go,
as somo of tho best fruit frequently
i nv wviiiiu ui iiiu irt'U ; II1IS 13
especially true of somo varieties of ap
ples. There aro somo pear trees that grow
too high, and need to havo their tops
cut off to mako them grow moro stocky.
Tho peach treo not only needs to bo cut
off ot tho top but to be headed in all
In trimming small trees ono thing
should bo never lost sight of ; that is,
that the truuks should never be oxposed
to tho hot suu j if tho top docs not spread
enough to shape it, a few inshes of the
lateral branches should bo loft to furnish
leaves for Bhnde. Where largo limbs aro
cui oit uio wound should bo covered with
gum shellac dissolved in alcohol, or
white lead mixed with a very littlo oil
Colts should be broken to harness at
thrco years old, and used In light work
for two years or more,when thov will bo-
como matured and (It for full work. If
they aro used for hard service before
their joints becoiuo sottled or gurroiind'
ed by a full grown toxturo of muscle and
lnowa to support thcm,they aro liable to
become Btraiiicd,caiiHlng spavins or bone
enlargements that will destroy their
further value nnd usefulness Any im
becilo can break down the colt, but it re
quires good bcdso to bring it up after it
has been broken down by ignorant task
masters. It is not worth while to rink
tho experiment of converting sound
colts into invalids when they will livo
longer nnd perform moro service if Buf
fered to ripou into the fully matured
horso before being put to hum work.
The (loose Hone,
now' ir loui i'Asrs rni: wkatiiuu ani
WHAT IT PROMISES.
The readings of tho ooso bono indi
cate a motley winter. Thero will bo a
good deal of snow and a few cold days,
but no protracted cold weather.
This kind of weather will continue on
thtough January, with a few cold days
sandwiched between rain and snow.
bout tho middle ot January thero will
bo a few clear, cold days, when tho
mercury will go down below zero. Tho
latter part of tho month will bo wet and
gloomy, llicro will bo moro genuine
winter weather crowded into tho little
month of February than in December
nnd January, but thero will not bo any
intense cold. With tho exception of tho
few days about the middle of January it
is not hkelv that the mercury will tro
far below zero. Tho goose bono has long
been an Honored weather-prophet. In
Bonio of tho back counties of Kentucky
tho farmers make all their arrangements
in nccordnuco with tho predictions of
tho gooso bone, in somo localities the
gooso bono is laid aside, labeled with tho
year, nnd it is said that ono old farmer
in Breathitt county has tho hones ex
tending back for more than forty years,
and in all that time it is asserted that
tho bono has never been mistaken in the
To read correctly tho winter of any
year tako the breast bono ot a gooso
hatched during the preceding spring.
Tho bone is translucent, nnd it will be
found to be colored and spotted. Tho
dark color and heavy spots indicate cold.
If tho spots are of a light shado and
transparent, wet weather, rain or snow
may bo looked for. There aro a good
many people all over tho country who
pin their faith to tho gooso bone. Of
all the weather prophets it is tho most
honored. 1 ho httlo groundhog disgraced
himselt long ago, anil now very low
pcoplo over watch Candlemas day, and
hogs' melts aro no longer trusted in. A
few years ago, when Tico and all human
weather prophets predicted tho most
severe winter weather ever known, tho
goose bono told of a mild winter. The
future unrolled just as the bone said it
would, and poor old lice had to change
his predictions every day. Tho goose
bono never chauges and never fails.
Tho Post reporter has examined three
bones, one from southeastern Kentucky,
ono from Jiaporte, Hid. Tlioy aro
identical to one anothor, and tho reading
ncre given will bo found the same on tho
breast bono of any goose hatched last
spring. Jsouisvtlle 1'ost.
"Bi:kk to a r.vin." A gentleman was
going homo at a late hour recently when
he was suddenly controutcd by a footpad,
who, with a pistol pointed at his head, de
manded his money. The gentleman as
sured tho fellow that ho had no money
that ho had "been to a fair." Before ho
could say moro the rascal dropped his pis
tol, put it in his pocket and presently
took out his wallet, and crushing some
thing into tho citizen's hand, said, in grief
broken accents, as ho turned on his heel,
"Been to a fair! Poor fellow! take that
I wish it was more." lie was soon lost
in the night. Upon approaching a street
lamp tho gentleman found that the mis
creant had given him a 10 bill. Yerilv,
one touch of Nature makes tho whole
It is a waste of money to invest in
improved stock unless you are willing to
give it somo care and attention. Don't
buy something good and then starve it,
or frcczo it, or givo it foul water to
drink, or filthy quarters in which to rest.
Give it a fair protection from the weath
er, keep it in a clean condition, givo it
sound, wholesome food and water and
it will thrive and provo a proiitablc in
vestment. Neglect and ill-treatment
will in a fow generations mako scrubs
out of tho finest blooded stock, and tho
difference between thorough-bred scrubs
and native scrubs is too little to be of
Something of a change : When an
Austin schoolmaster entered his temple
of learning a few mornings ago, he read
on the black-board tho touching legeud:
"Our teacher is a donkey." The pupils
expected thero would be a combined cly
clonc and earthquake, but the philosophic
pedagogue contented himself with adding
tho word "driver" to the legend and
opened tho school with prayer, as usual.
It would bo a mighty mean man who
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row sufficient money to lake up his out
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euro tor ovorn ork or hody or train or excess or any
kind, such as weakness and all diseases resulting
rrom Nervous Debility, irrltablllty.Mental Anxiety,
Laneuor, Lassitude, Depression 01 Spirits and runo-
uvuai uji uiieiueiiui ui iuu nervous pysicm gCQ'
fiauy, 1 uiiia m uiu
or .Memory. I'rema
eases tbut lead u
ty .tan early sravr
or both. Nomuttei
how bhattercd the
system may bo from
excesses of in)
kind, a short course ui tins medlilne 111 restore" Uiu
unctions and procure health and happiness
tttiero beloro was despondency and gloom. The Spo
cine Mealclno Is bclni: used with wonderlul success.
ramphlets sent freo to all. Write for them and
get 111:1 paririeu'ar.
I'rlce. &DCCII1C Jl.OO nor nnekarrn. nr Rlv n.ifik.i
for 5,i 0. will bo sent by mall ou receipt ot money,
Address alt orders, J. 11. UlMI'SoN's MSDIOINECO,
rtua. iui una i' o .nam street, liunaio, N. v.
Xi'iUly piinleil at the "Colmuliiuu Olllco."
y-AiNniaiiT & co.,
WJ10LF.SA l 1: a no onus,
teas, svnuiy.cof fee, sua Alt, MOUSSES,
kick, sncss. uicimisoii, .tc, &c.
N. K. Corner Second and ArcJi streets.
fJ-Orders will recclvo prompt utlentljii.
Ucat.nm Wliy llipy uve Vivrrrrvtl to All
Oilier Vuvuiii IMixslevs or l'.Memal
Jlecauso they potier all tlio merit of tho
'IriiigihciiliisporiHU plainer, u, contain In ad-
fi 1,e-'i',ll'1;'ui"iiii"hUh a-t iiii in.
Ilocauso they 11 ru a genuine pharmaceutical prep
aration, and ,0 iwognlrcil by tlm profesalon. 1
i.tViittnJ2c,i(!'r'ir ,1'8 oul vh,ic" ,ut rdive
t'o u rlli.
Ilccoiifo lliry 111 pcwltlvely euro illscases which
other reiuedlea n ill not even rclluie.
lloc auio over 000 phytic lain and ilrueeliU havo
".Yi1? tiflLa' tfi.at tl.y ariVu,r ', to a
other plattcm or mcdielucs lur exteruut uie,
...Vi'""',0! ,ho ",a,"'rliirer havo rect-Ucd the
only uiwlal, tier glteu fur porom plabUra.
Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster!
SEABURY & JOHNSON,
Maimnictiirnii! Ciwmlt, Nf w Vurk.
H MEAD S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
1 YVf DAT .1
with n bountiful suppiy of pure.soft
rinr i.n innnn nr our dosl on ipircs.
thli Schnol to linln to secure It. bvfurnlshlntrlnlclll'
Y. V. Dlf.LMYKlt.SecrcUry,
THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE
Whereas, tho world renowned reputation or the
White lowing Machine
Induces many unscrupulous comptultors to resort to
all kinds of mean tricks to Injure Its reputation, wo
uv w wwuuu uii lubvuutUK pureuHsera QOb w ouy
oxcept from Its regular authorized dealers, who will
be sustained by tho following warranty.
WE WAItKANT TUB NATUKAL WE A It AOT TEAR
White Shuttle Sewing Machine,
PLATE NUMUEIl 103339 FOR FAMILY PDItPO
SES, ANDHKKEItYAOltEKTOKKKP THE SAME
IN liKPAin FOU THE TERM OF 1'IVE YUAKS
FKOM THIS DATE, FltEB OF cnARUE.
This warranty oxcepla tho breakage of noodles
bobbins nnd shuttles.
This warranty will not be sustained unless the
Plato number abovo given corresponds with tho
number on the shuttlo race slide. Beware of defaced
ui tuicrcu iiuuiuern
WU1TJS SEWING MACHINE 00.
The "WHITE" Shuttle Sowing Machine
ns nuKiTER capacity than any other family Bewliuj
J. SALTZEK. General Atrent.
BEATTY'S OHHANS 27 stops, 10 sets reeda only
r" t'o. I'lanos iiasup ltaro Holiday
Indeecments Heady. Write or call oo llBVPTY.
Waihlngton, N.J. aid mayo, 81-ly
A I'cmifcylvsiiilsi lYcwNpnjicr lor
the General Public.
The DAILY PATRIOT Is the only morning news
paper published ut the Slate Capital.
Tho DAILY PATRIOT makes a specialty ot Pennsyl
The DAILY PATRIOT publishes tho Associated
Press news and specials rrom all points.
The DAILY PATRIOT glvosspocKl attention to
trraln and produce markets.
Tho DAILY PATRIOT opposcsl monopoly, bosslsm
und centralization ot politic power.
Terms: jo.o) per annum, strictly In aiance, or
jT.ou i er annum If not paid In advance. For any
period less than ono year at proportionate rateB.
The WEEKLY PATRIOT Is a largo elght-paio pa
per, devoted to llteraturo, agriculture, science,
manufactures, news, markets, etc. During ls-2
each number will contain an illustration of somo
prominent toplo or event. ThU Is an attractlvo
teaturo which cannot fall to pleaso. Terms : il.oo
per annum. Invariably In Klvance. One copy of
ilia WEEKLY PATRIOT nnd ono copy of the I'M!,
adelphla Weekly Times will bo sent one ye&r for
Jj.ou cash In advance, thus giving the two papers
for tho subscrtotlon nn nr Mm r,.n..r ,,,.
of the WKKKLY PATRIOT and ono copyo.' iho
""iVN" """"'i uxceiieoi moniuiy magazine,
publWied at Uoston at ji.su per annum, will be
sent for one j ear for ll.io cash In advance.
im juui ouwaviijJLiuni ub uneu. AQUIC83
PATRIOT 1'imi.ISillNH CO.,
Rowoll 8c Oo'a. Advc's.
A BEATTY'S PIAVIOFOaTES-JrAGNIFI-TV
.OKNT holiday presents: square grand piano
fortes, four very handsome round corners, roa jood
coses, three unlsons.lieatt) ' untchless iron frames,
blool, book, cover, boxed, im 75 to Wl.iO; catalo
guo prices, f-M to f I ooo ; satisfaction guarai.tead
or money refunded afrer ono ear's use; upright
pianofortes, f 15 to J5; catalogue pilces. 5O0 to
$soe; standard plnat.irtea of tee universe, as thous
anas testify; write for mammoth list of tesKmonUls:
llcuty "a cabinet organc, oaUit'itrul, cliurrti.cliapol,
parlor, JiO upward ..visitors wtlcoine ; free carriage
meets trains; Illustrated cataioguo (holiday edition)
freo. Address or call upon DaMIXF. UEATTV,
Washington, Now Jersey.
Jan lai-w r
a rocenuy patented Indention, Is a superior Imnlc-
" " pruuius. ins very simple in con-
btructlon. light, easy worked, rapid audellicienttn
wo-uuuii, miKc nu'esuru preuieieu ror it. satisfac
tion guaranteed, send for circular. Agents wanted.
tuu.v a ,tMi.HIUA,l rilUlJ.U LU,, fUCUOUrg.
Mais. janisi-w r
ieau ana expenses to
ouuit Free. Address 1. o. VlOKEItr
$.5 TO jl.000 In stocks or ginln, paying big ; pam
v il ni' U.M.Oarduur, MVllllam 61, N, Y
jan 13 4-w r
Lowest Uatcs for
1 a lwri mm. in
:M mi i-SmJl??? I0. "spnpers free. Ad
" J in IS j.'v " bPruce st- N- Y.
Pel per Hanging.
WM. F. BODINEi
ST., 1IELOW SECOND, lILOOJISUUltd, VA
10 in tpurcu 10 no an kinds of
I'laln and Ornamental
BOTH DECORATIVE AND I'LAIN.
All liliKlN ol' Turn 11 11 re Ileimlrcil.
UN goou uw new.
NONE HUT FIItST-OLASS WORKMEN EMPLOYED
Xlitlmatos made ou all Work,
WM. F, BOD1NE.
SUnSOHIUK NOW FOII
RAIL ROAD T'ME Tt B F
)KNYIA'VNIA nAlLUOAI). PII1U.
L DBI.I'IIU K KIIIK II. It. DIVISION.
WIN rmi TtUR IWULE.
On and after Mondiv. I cc. ID. lftsl. tim inin.
on tlio I'hl adolphln K Krle Ha Iro id Division will run
Brio Mall leaves Philadelphia II M p in
" " Ilarrlsburg 4 26 am
" " sunbury moait
" " willliinifport h 40 nm
" " lck Haven 4iinin
" " llcnovo 11 ob n m
" " KniiH Shin in
" arrlvo at Krlo t u 1. ...
Niagara Express leaves Philadelphia R oo u m
narrisourg Vi In n m
" V. .fil"it"""y iMpm
" " Wllllamsport 3Mpm
' " lck llavon 4 so p m
" " Henovo 6 43 n m
" " Kano loiiipm
Fast Ltno leaves I'hlladelphln ll 2u n m
" " lUrrlsburg 3 M n m
" " sunbury BUpm
" Wllllamsport 7 lo n m
" arrlvo at Lock Haven 8 lo p rn
Lock Haven Express leaves Lock Haven 7 si a m
0.1 11 in
arrlvo at Ilarrlsburg
in in am
r l5p tn
8 40 p m
0 .10 p m
U in 11 m
1 3ta m
Fast Ltno leaves Canai.ilalgua
" " Elinlra
" " Wllllamsport
" " Sunbury
" arrives at Ilarrlsburg
" " rhtladelpnla
7 00 a m
Day Express loaves Ksno
" " Renovo
" " Ixick Haven
" " llllamsport
" arrive nt Ilarrlsburg
' . " I'hlladclpCla
Krlo Mall leaves Krlo
" " Kano
" " Renovo
1 " IKk Haven
" " Wllllamsport
" " sunbury
" nrrlvcsat Ilarrlsburg
" " l'lilladelphia
00 a in
10 0.1 a 111
11 13 am
12 in p m
8 3D p ni
7 09 p in
11 33 a m
4 in p 111
ID lo p in
11 3.) p in
1 03 a 111
7 no a in
Krlo Mall west nnd Lock Haven Kinross l'nof
mako close connections at Northumberland
with L. i u. R. R. trains tor Wllkesbarro and
Erlo Mall West. Nlazara Exnreis West nni Put
Lino West mako closo connection nt Wlllinmspoi t
with N. C. R. W. trains north. 1
NlagarA Express West and Day Express East
mako closo connection utLockllaven wlthli.E.V.
It. It. trains.
Erlo Mall East and West connect at Erin wiiu
trains on L. S. M. S, It. R. ; at C'orry with U.
l'.A- W. It. R.; at Emporium with ,U. N. Y.l It. It.
and at Driftwood with A. V. It. It.
Parlor cars will run between I'hlln lclphla ani
Wlllamport ou Niagara Kxpress west, and Day Ex
press East. Sleeping cars on nil ulght trains.
OKTIIKHN CKNTIIAL RAILWAY
On and after February lth, 1581. trains will leave
Sunbury as follows :
Northern Express 0.30 a. m arrive Elmlra 12 30 pm
Arrlvo at Canandalgua 3.is p. u.
" Rochester 4.40 "
" Niagara. 8 4s "
Niagara Express UM p. in. arrlvo E'mlrao. osp m
arrlvo canandalgua 8.3 1
' Rochester 0 43
" Niagara u.w a m
Fast line 3.13 p m arrlvo Elmlra 10 21) p in
" Walklns 11.10 pm
Southern Exprciia 1.32 a. m. arrive IInrrlb'g s.isa tn
arrlvo Philadelphia 7.oo "
" Now York 9 83 "
" Ilaltlinoro 1.1 0
" Washington i-.sg a m
Lock Haven Ex lo.w a m arrlvo Harrlsb'g 12.su p ru
arrlvo Philadelphia 6 co p m
" New York 8.41
" Baltimore cut
" Washlugton a 47
Day S.xnres? 1.50 p m arrlvo Harrlsburir s.39 n m
Ariu Man i.uo a. m. arrive iiamuourg
" ew York
3.iiu a. tn
1. it. oou, ueneral 1'ussengei Agv t.
FRANK THOMSON, General Mamii,. r.
JpHILADELPIIA AND ItEADLNU KOAL
ARHANGEMENT OF I'ASSKNGEh
Novoa.ber 7lh, 1S81.
TRA1K8 LBAVI RUPBKT AS KOI.LOW8(8DKI)A Y XXCKrT.Ii
For Now York, Philadelphia, Reading, Pottsvilli
Tamaqua, &c., 11,49 a. m
For Catawlssa, 11,43 11. in. e,43 and 7,to p. m
For WUUamsport, c,13 i,ia a. m. and 4,114 p. m.
TRAINS rOK KOrXXT LBiVi IS f.)I.I.O H. (0 ID 1 r X.
Leave New York, via. Tamanend 8.45 a. ru. and
via. Bound Brook Routo 7,43 a. in.
Leave Philadelphia, 9,45 a. m.
Leave Reading, 11,69 a. m., I'ottsvtllu. ). 0 1.. il
andTamaqua, l,S5p. m.
Leavo Catawlssa, 0,10 g,4i) a. m. and 1,00 p. m.
Leave Wllllamsport,ti,40a.m,2,oo p. m. ami 4 3 1 1 il
Passengers to and from Now York, via. Tarn a
nend and to and from Pmia i.'iphla go througu
without chango of cars.
J. E. WOOTTKN,
C. G. nANCOCK,
. (lenvral Passenger an! Ticket AgnU,
a.m. p m. n.'ii
p.m. p.m. a.m.
. West Plttston...
....Kin its ton
2 tc 13
8 si .llunlock's 1 reek,
...V. mow (irovo....
7 4S 12 5J
7 44 12 4)
7 40 12 311
7 34 12 24
7 2t 12 12
7 20 11 03
7 IB 11 t,S
S 57 12 '.0
43 10 10
31 0 4.
U 45 6 16
p.m. a m a.tu.
F UALSTEA1 , hupt
luDorlntandeot's onije, Scranton, June 0, 1871.
BLOOMSBURG PLANING MILL
Tho undersigned having put his I'lanlngMUlon
toawtt,rriYn'ahi.3 .c,urtioni ,s prcpar
FRAMES, SASH, DOORS,
furnished ut reasonable prices. All lumber used fa
employed?11 but mea '
ESTIMATES FOR BUILDINGS
furnished on application. Plans nnd spocKlcatlons
prepared by an experienced draughtsman.
IMooniHliiii fr, a.
M. (J. SLOAN & BRO ,
Carriage:, Bugelss.Phaetons, Slcleaj, Platform
First-class work always on hand.
itEPAuuxa A'KAnr mm.
iVcf j reduced to tuit the timet.
CHRISTIAN F. KNAPP, BLOOM8BURO, PA.
BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE COMPANY
HERMAN Fl REINSURANCE COMPANY
IIAT10NAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
UNION INSURANOK I'liii pakv A"
'JllOBO OLD COUrORATlOKfl nrn wll BA..n..ri ....
KIH" 8ti ana Uavo never yet had a loss soi-
. " r" ' tuurl' ul mw ' ueir assew aro all Invest
ed In SOLID ItcnuITIIiaiinfl nn. H ,. M.. , ..,,."'. .'T
Losses ritoiirTi.T and uonestlt adjusted and! paid
u soon as determined by C'iiuistiah F, KNAvrTsriio.
III. AOJhTAND ApjpsiliKllliH)KBllDa PA.
The DOODlB Of Collimtila nmintv .lim.M
the agenor where losses If any are oottlea and paid
by ono of their own ciUiens, mou uu iiua
OMWNSiiH) BO.UITY tun OBAUNQJ
$1.50 IN ADVANCE