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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
The AilvancSincnt orAgrltutiare. '
I1 ormorly, even hero in Extern Potin-
Hivanm, farmers coiitinod tlicir opera
Hons to tho little capitat llioy iimy lmvo
possessed nt tlio start, and therefore Mo.
pended for any inol oaio of business upon
any UU0 profits they might obtain.
Tlieso profits, hbivovcr, w'cro generally
nub (im, iu miy auuvu account until a
sum was raised to add more land, and in
tho meantime lying Idle, drawing no in
torcst. Latterly this has not been tho
caso. Tho fanner is getting to bo as
yideavako as tho merchant, and opens
an account with tho nearest bank or
saving fund, wliero ho can either obtain
loans to prosecute his business moro suc
cessfully, or draw interest until the
monoy ho lias accumulated can bo used
In tho West nnd South tho want of
banking capital lias been soverelv felt in
both agrioulturo and commerce; but this
is steadily being unproved so that in
timo to como tho want of money accom
modation will not bo so pressing. lis.
pecially is this want tho caso for such
crops as grain, cotton, tobacco, rice, su
gar, provisions and livo-stook. From tho
prices paid for cash loans in the West.
it is evident that capital is active in pvi-
vain nanus. nut it oeenis that tlio do
mauds for money in such recions nro ox.
cessivo because nearly everybody thero
lias viows iu advanco of means.
That in a country liko ours, so vast
and diversified in its interests and re
sources, thero can over bo for a century
to oomo anything else than lust such a
iIomatnL wo aro inclined to doubt. It is
truo that American capital has made
wonderful strides. And yet in prosper
ous times capital is nowhero in excess.
When wo lo6k at tho immenso develop
ment of Western agriculture, nnd to tho
iact mat tlio crops ot that region lar ex
ceed thoso of tho East, and that tho rural
wealth of such states as Ohio and Illi
nois rivals that of Pennsylvania, wo be-
gin to feel some surpriso at the complaint
ot an inaucquato supply ot capital lor
Tho truo remedy would seem to bo tho
one found so effectual in Now England
and Now York, where tho savings banks
hold sorao five hundred millions of. dol
lars of deposits and wliero tho loans aro
correspondingly great. Thero is no scarc
ity of monoy iu such states, because tho
whole peonlo understand the uses of
money and how to create capital and to
render it activo and useful. The peoplo
of tho West havo wisely endeavored to
help themselves by establishing manu
factures, mining and railroads, and into,
these channels rather than into commerce
havo they put their surplus capital. Tli'o
savings banks ought to come next iu or
der to accumulate and render activo and
useful the savings and earnings of tho
masses. Oermantown Telegraph.
Halcli Voor Chicks Early.
Chickens that come into market about
April bring the best prices, often remutl
eratiug tho poulterer moro at au early
ago than whon allowed to mature. When
tho weight is about one pound, and they
aro tho first of tho season, tho price
sometimes reaches Si. At such a figure,
who can object to the trouble and care
to procuro them? for no ono. ought to
expect good results without labor.
Bnt how aro chickens to bo hatched
early! is tho query. It can bo dono by
selection of tho pullets at tho proper
Tho first important matter is to keep
tho, early hatched pullets, as they comp
into laying sooner. Then carefully notice
thoso that matiiro tho earliest and begin
to lay early. The cockerel should bo se
lected without, regard to size and only
as regards early maturity. Woall.know
that among a llock of fowls thero aro A
certain proportion (or at leaH ono or two")
of cockerels that show up tho rod cointy
plume out full, and trim up in shape
much sooner than others, although tho
chances aro that tho slower 0119s will be
larger in si.o in tho end. The earliest
matured of these cocks should ho select
cd for mating with tlio early ptilletA
and th'i result will bo that tho chickens
from such mating will grow faster and
como into laying a little sooner tho next
season. If old liens nro to bo chosen foj
tho purpose it should be known that the
hens that first begin to moult should be
selected, as they lay ns soon as the
period of moulting is "past, and tho earlj
lor tho moulting tho earlier tho layingi
and tho earlier they begin to lay th?
earlier they begin to set.
If none of tlieso precautions havo bceii
taken then we must resort to tho most
immediate methods within our reac!i?
such as variable food, warm quarters
and cleanliness. Under such conditions
hotis. will oftoh lay n month or six, weeks
sooner than they 'would otherwise,' and
this is a great point in poultry raising.
How Farmers' Wives Make Money.
If farmoni' wives and daughter so de
sire, and their homo duties will permit,
they can sccuro a revenuo that will help
to mako them independent, give them a
freedom they will delight in. livery
well-ordered farm affords facilities for
this. Wo aro commanded "To gather
up tho fragments that nothing bo lost,"
nnd by obeying this command wo shall
secure blessings and prosperity.
IJknow a lady whoso receipts for tho
present year, from garden truck, pre
served fruits, eggs, poultry, etc., amount
to over 300. Not a very largo sum, but
enough to show that such labor pays.
From ono pear treo she made !10 gallons
of sweet pickles, canned 32 quarts, and
sold 2.J bushels ripo pears, besides fruit
for homo use and soma neighborly
gifts. Tho tomato patch yielded a rev
onuo of 830, in sweet pickles, catsup,
etc. Asparagus, summer squash, Lima
beans, green corn, etc., yielded $7"i can
ned fruit $7o; eggs and poultry 90.
Tho way to establish a trade in such
things is to preserve, pickle, can and dry,
in a way that will preservo tho excel
loiioo of tho fruit as much ns possible.
Put only lirst-chss goods on tho market.
Then you will command best prices, and
thero will bo a demand for your articles.
Whatovcr you find to do, do it well. It
nlways pays to havo a good reputation.
Be your pusition in life what it may,
"act well your part thero all tho horor
lios." Tribune & J?itrner.
Col. Ingorsoll doos not moan that it
shall bo said, after his death, that ho
turned from infidelity ou his dying bed.
His soorutary, who writes short hand, is
instructed to take down accurately what
cvor ho may say on that occasion. "Thero
will then bo no opportunity," ho says,
"for any one to put iuto my mouth utter
ances contradicting tho expressions of
my entire life."
Tho .South permitted tho Hyan-Sulli-van
prize ftjbt, but it was a Northern
nltair, as viewed by tho Louisvillo Courier-Journal.'
"Tho brutal mill was
fought by two oxpononts of tho suporior
culture of tho North, ono of them repre
senting tho Kmpiro JJtnto nnd tho other
tho Boy Stati'. Nearly all tho monoy at
Btnko came from tho North, as did near
ly all tho roughs who constituted tho
spectators. The Southern States havo
not-bcei) ncoiiBtomcd to such icstlietio
entertainments, and therefore failed to
cnoct law8 prohibiting prize fights."
Tlio American CHIT Dwellers.
msdovr.uv ok a woNPEnnx ou hiinki.
CITY IN NEW MI'.XICO.
Tlio Pueblo or village Indinns nro
scattered over an area In Now Aloxieo
and Arizona stretching from Taos, on
tho ltio Grande, south to Yslcta of El
Paso, n dtstanco of about 6)0 miles,
and iu width about 100 miles.
Within this nrea thero aro now about
thirty-four inhabited villages. There
aro also tho ruins of thousands of vil
lages nnd towns situated in tho valleys
of tho stream?, on tho summits of the
Mesas, and many high up in the sides of
tho cliffs and the walls of canons, being
carved out liko swallows' nests. Tho
ruins nlrcady known nro sufficient in
number and extent to furnish homes for
at least half n million persons, and were
probably occupied by twice that number.
Ono noted instance of a carved-out city
is described by Mr. Stevenson which
must havo been tho abode of at least
100,000 souls, and which these oxplora
Hons aro believed to havo first brought
to tho knowledge of tho civilized world.
Mr. Stcvonson first heard of it from nn
Indian chief with whom ho sat chatting
in Spanish one evening. Tho old man
was apparently soinowhat disinclined to
be communicative, but finally, as if to
put off further inquiry, said:
"You wish to find old houses, do you?
Well I will show you some. They aro
about twelve miles from here."
Mounted upon mules, tho two started
out and made their way toward a range
of distant hills, from behind which tow
ered an extinct volcano. As thev ap
proached tho foothills, Mr. Stovcnson
saw largo numbers of black spots iu
vows, resembling swallows' nests, upon
the face of a clilF. Ho asked his com
panion what they were.
"Houses," was tho reply.
'No, not thoso on tho top," said Mr.
Stevenson. "I mean tho black spots on
"Houses!" rejoined tho old chief ;
"houses, I tell you ; very old houses."
Tho old man told tho truth. For
sixty miles along tho face of tho cliff.
except whero tho elements had cut them
away, these ancient cavo dwellings ex
tended two, three, four, and sometimes
live rows ono upon another. Mr. Stev
enson examined this deserted city during
several days, personally visiting portions
distant forty-livo miles from each other,
and discovering with his glass that tho
excavations extended fifteen or twoutv
miles fuither 011. Uy far the greater
uuiuuer aro uiaccessioie, nut many ot
tho old oaths, worn manv innlioj .Innii
by tho feet of the ancients who dwelt
there, are intact, and by them tho ex
plorer mounted to tho old dwellings.
Upon the top of the mcsn. or table
laud abovo these caves, there were
found largo circular structures, now in
liiins, but with walls to tho height of
ton or twelve feet still standing. They
were evidently places of worship. They
wcro built of square stones of nearly
uniform size, about twontv innlms in
length by six inches in width and four
111 thickness, rut from tho cliff. Meas
urements were made of two of thoso
structures, one of which was 100 and
tho other 200 feet iu diamctor, and
might havo held from 1,000 to 2,000
people. Tho inferenco that these were
places of worship is drawn from tho
fact that tho Pueblos of the present day
who arc firo and sun worshippers, have
iho great ago of this citvis proved by
the vast accumulation of debris from the
upper portion of tho cliff, which covers
its base. In places whero mountain
brooks havo cut their way through, tho
existence of one and sometimes two
rows' of cavo dwellings below tho sur
face of the debris is disclosed. Mr.
Stovcnson thinks that several centuries
havo passed since this dead city was in
its prime. Tribune.
Komauce as it Is.
The south wind is sighing softly
among tho sturdy oaks, whoso leafy
branches shield from tho pitiless rays of
a July sun the velvety soft lawn that
stretches away to tho eastward in front
of a lovely DuPage county villa. On tho
tno verunua stands a girl, lovch beyond
comparison, to whom a man ono whose
sunny locks and beard of tawny gold
hue, tell plainly of tho Saxon blood that
flows in his veins is talking in an ear
nest manner. Thero is a loving look in
his soft bluo eyes, and ho speaks with a
tender earnestness that shows he is try
ing to get there. Tho girl is tapping
lightly with a croquet mallet tho pretty
foot that peeps out timidly from b jneath
thq morning dress of soft, blue cloth,
with rows of rullles up tho back-stretch
and a polonaise that never costless than
"Well, Beatrice, havo vou concluded
to tako mo V says tho man.
tno sunbeams flicker erratically down
between tho leaves, making litllo lights
ami snauea on tno veranda; ttio grasshop
pers sing among tho red clovers ; tho lit
tle foot, which has suspended its move
monts during tho delivery of this inter
rogatory, resumes its occupation. Artel
bert's gazo is still fastened upon tho pret
ty faco that shyly looks down, but tlio
Biuiio nas ueu.
No answer comes
A moment longer and the foot taps
cease; ono or two irresolute movements
of tho body, and then tho white arms,
gloaming out from tho looso sleeves, aro
around ms neck,and tlio brown locks and
gold beard aro mingled, while the littlo
head goes dowu on his shoulders with a
storm of sobs.
She had hit her bunion.
An American llarou.
Richard M. Jackson, tho sou of au
Ohio farmer, went from Steubenvillo to
Stuttgart ton years ago, to complete his
musical education, intending to becomo
a professional pianist. Too constant
practice brought on a partial paralysis
of tho nerves of his hands, and ho was
compelled to give up his project. J. S.
Potter, of Boston, was then tho Ameri
can Consul at Stuttgart. Ho employed
Jackson ns a clerk 111 his office. Ameri
cana wore oxoiedingly unpopular in that
city, chiefly through tho bad conduct of
somo American students 111 tlio conserva
tory, who had recently snowballed tho
Kiiifr of Wurtemburg as ho walked iu a
public park, besides offering him other
indignities on sevoral occasions, but this
feeling was gradually overcome, pnnci
pally by Jackson's personal tact and
popularity, nnd no booamo Vivo uousul
Tho King became his friend, nnd Inst
summer invited him to bcoomo a morn
bor of the royal Court of Wurtemburg,
This Court is not a highly resplendent
body, yet tho offer dazzled the young
American, and ho lias becomo a Herman
citizen to. accept it. Ho is now a baron,
with an incomo from tho publio treasury,
and nothing to do except to bo compau
ionable with tho King. Moreovor, he
wins favors from visiting moiiarchs,
Tlio King of Holland has knighted him,
and so has tho King of Saxony and tho
Emperor ot Austria.
Thoro is n story told of a lino old Cor
nish sriuiro who only drank brandy on
two occasions when ho had gooso for
dinner mid whon ho had not.
QRRAT GERM DESTROYER.
PROP II YL A0TI0 FLUID
Pittins of SMALL
floors purllled and healed
(langreno prevented nnd
W ounds healed rapidly,
scurvey cured In short
rctlcr dried up.
Ills perfectly harmless.
For soro throat It la n suro
Sick Booms punned and
Fevered nnd Mck persons
relieved and refreshed
by bathing with Prophr
lactlc.Fluld added to the
8ott White. Complexions
secured uy us use in
Impure, ntr mado har.n
Ion and purified by
sprinkling Darby's Fluid
Tj purify tho breath,
Ship rover prevented by
vioitnsu uie.Tccm, n
can't bo surpassed.
Catarrh relieved nnd
In cases of death In tho
house, it should always
bo used about tho corpse
It will prevent any
llurns relieved tnstantlr.
llcmoves all unpleasant
An Antidoto for Animal
or Vogctablo Poisons,
Dangerous cniuvlas of
sick rooms and lioiplt
als removed by us
Inflict It Is the great
DISINFECTANT AND PURIFIEK'
J. H. ZEILIN & Co.,
Manufacturing chimists, SOLE t-noi'METOIss
WANTED FARMERS &
That tho Chearcst nnd llest Fertilizer, for nit Crops.ts
Baugh's $25 Phosphate
AT $25 PER TON OF 2000 POUNDS.
"tiTTlils Is not an Acid Phosphate, or dissolved S. C. Hock, nut is a regular
Haw BONE AMM0NIATED SUPER-PHOSPHATE
Send for our descriptive pamphlet showing Guaranteed Analysis. "Sent Free.".' Healers
wanted In cycry county, to whom exclusive territory will be given.
Address, BAUGE & SONS, Solo Manufacturers,
PHILADELPHIA aud BALTIMORE.
fob 10 4-W
A FINK INLAID FRENCH WALNUT CASK OHGAN, J) STOrS, $1)0 CASH.
Easy Terms. SntlgfnMIon Guaranteed.
B.A.COIsPS TXA.lSrO WAEE ROOMS,
MUSIC HALL BLOCK, WILKHS-BARKB, PA
Juno lo, 'SMy
FX ME WXNBBANM MW0MiB!,
SET THE BEST.
In tho manufacture of OrganB 13 resulting in tho production nnd sale
of cheap goods, mado from inferior materials. I refer particularly to
bogus Organs that are continually springing into existonco, without
any merit whatever, oxcopt to bo offered cheap, and then when purchas
ed found to be dear nt any price. Will yuu not then, reador,
If you Contemplate Buying an Organ
consider it your only safeguard to select au instrument bearing the
names of first class, wholly responsible makers. A good assortment ot
Btyle3 of tho eolebrated Estoy Organs can now boeeon at tho new rooms
ot tho Only Authorized Agent fox the Estey Organs in
Columbia Oounty. A guarantee for llvo years from tho manu
facturers accompanies ovory Estoy Organ.
BjQ Qk MiuMMg
-AV ALL ITS BllANOIIICS
J. W. RAEDER,
110 WEST MAKKET STREET,
.Hinder of all Iho current publications In any dc-
Hloomsburg rufcrciico am ho given If
: "required. Correspondence solicited, j j
t havo in stock n very nne lino ot Hill Heads, Noto
Heads. Mtatcmo'jti 0. 1 can soil rou lust as chean
as you can buy In Phlladclphla.nnu cheaper in soma
OIVK.ME A TIIIAL.
CONTIU0TOR & BUILDER,
SPECIFICATIONS FOR BUILDINGS,
Jobbing of all klndspromptly attended to.
All work warranted to givo
LATEST STYLES OP
V' ;h) 'OOLaJIBIAJI OFFICE.'
DEALERS TO KNOW
and Catalogues by mail when
J. SAL. rZER, Agent,
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SIXTH NOltMAL SCHOOL JD ISTllICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rov. D. J. WALLER, Jr., Ph. D., Principal.
THIS SCHOOL, as at present constituted, oilers tho very beat facilities for Professional and Claincai learning.
buildings spacious, Inviting and commodious i completely heated by steam, welHentllated, lighted by gas, and furnished with ft bountiful supply of pure.soft
Location healthful, nnu easy of access. Toachci soxpcrlencod, oMclent, and ntlvo to their work. Discipline, firm but kind, uniform and thorough Expense?
moderate, rifty cents a week deduction to nil expecting to teach, students admitted nt nuy tlmo. Itooms rcsorvod when desired.
Courses of study prescribed by tho State t
I. Model School. II. Preparatory. III. Elementary.
Adjunct Courses : I. Academic. II. Commercial. III.
ThoElomcntary. Sclcntlflo and Classical Courses nro I'llOKESSIONAL, and Students gradualng therein, icclvostato Diplomas, conferring tho following
corresponding Degrees; Master of tlio Klemonts! Master of tho Sciences; Master ot tl Classics, tlraduatcs In the other Courses receive Normal Certificates
ineirauainmcnis,, Bigncu uy mo uiiiuitb ui mu ituaru
rnecourso 01 wiuuy prcscrioeu uy mo Minus is uuerai,
Tho state reaulrcs a Iilirlicr order ol cltlzonshln. The
gcntandeniclentTcachcrsforherSchools. Tothtscndlt solicits young persons of good abilities and good purposes, llioso who desire tolmprovo their tlm
and their talents, ns students. To all such It promises aid In developing their powers, and abundant opportunities for well paid labor alter leuvlng school. F
Uataloguo.addrcsj tho Principal. r
ma. wiiiiiiA.ii iti.wiii.i., rrriiirrn uoiir.i
One of the problems of Good anil Comfortable Living
MATTER OF CLOTHING.
STYLEISII, ; EXAMINEounSTOOK or
WE Li I.. JIAUE
SIHHTSi . '
MEHCHUNT TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
Perfect Fits, Latest Styles, Full Satisfaction.
CALL AND EXAMINE THE LARGEST STOCK OP
CLOTHING and 0ASSIMERES1N THE COUNTY
A Pull Line of Furnishing G-oods.
Headquarters for TRUNKS, SATCHELS, VALISES
VIcrclisiiBt Tnilor & KBa6s' itmaurt
ONE THOUSAND (1,000) DOLLARS
I UKMIUM offered lo ANY PERSON
'hut will do an GREAT A RANGE
OK WORK on ANY OTHER
NEW DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
Will do without bastiny.
It will make wide horn on sheets, ic, hem all
manner ot Mas woolen foods, Da soft merino, crape,
or eoodd dinicult to liem on oilier machines. It
makes a moro clastic stitch tuan any other machine.
It will turn a hem and put In piping at Bamo tlmo,
It will turn a hem, sew braid on tho rlk'ht sldo
and stitch on trimming at one operation.
It will do felling bias or straight, cither on cotton
or woolen goods.
It will fell across scams on any goods.
I will bind a Dress or Skirt and bow on facing,
either with or without showing stitches; bind Dress
(loods with tho same material, either scullops.polnts,
squares or straight. The only machine that will bind
Hals, cloaks, or other articles with bias. Bat in or
silk, from a to 3 Inchesln width, without basting.
It will gather with or without tewing on,
Itwlllgalhor between two pieces and sow on at
tho same tlmo.
It will mako amnio and stitch a pillow slip on to
tho facing at the tamo time.
It will shirr any kind ot goods,
It will mako plaited trimming cither with or with
out sowing it on.
It will make plaited trimming either scallapcd or
straight, and sow a piping on at tho same time. It
will mako knlto plaiting.
J. SALTZER. Gon'l Agcut,
oct. 1, '80-tf.
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tlim .Mm V.H.iJr!"f '""""'l. Will liiifoiwlruf
louiiun, lir.Mf, Mia TO I! cumiilrlc, hi
SOn luuUi it wi.l ij knit a unit vuMety uf fui'c
Mkfur wUKh litre U alw; teijy nwrku b.ii.1
lor clnulur m team Jo the Twomlily 11 ulll Inu
Maclilns Ou.. Ml Wwl.liiiu.il liutun. tltu.
may, 'il.ly aid
ALWAYS ON HANI)
AT TIII8 OPFIOK.
STATE MOEMAL SCHOOL
Course In Music. IV. Course In Art.
ui j usict'a.
ana ino;ienunc ana uassicai courses aro noi inri'rior to luoso of our best Colleges.
tlmos demand It. It Is one of the nrlino d'.ilivu nf lliH school to Imin tn si.r-nn.Ti. tw fnrnuiitntvinmm
A FULL LINE "
Dauohy & Oo's. Aclvt's.
.MEN" AND HOYS
I'll HA UN
AiMio h .. L. aitOFK, HarrNburg.ra.
Djn't loca'o bofiro seeing ou
James lllver Settlement, lllustra,
utuiiii:uo''iio tree. ,i. r. Manuuar
ui iiciii im, aurry uo., ii.
d Jan 81 4-w
Hi'n i'it Wvtin 'S'Wth Improved mterest
Llul y i1 1 CC Tabli fa enUar, etc. Sent to
J any aldie33on receipt of two
i hreo-ceni stamps. AddiossCIIARLRH K. HIKES,
4 N. Delaware Avenue, I'hlla. Jan at 4-w
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Hunircil tit Afrents lure atmwt'rt'd our tail to pdl tli'i
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ratlioj, ItitU riuniur, and 'Jhrilltn I-itt -tt, IU Akliuut
per. EveryrtH liiiyh nnd cr ov rlt. M t.i.tiHiiy
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AOhXTAMrtumt ll'mi'n,lnlMlitlniti'. J0O.H)unii i.t!,
IiMiymmle. iitfMit lenn tlvin. bind lor clrculJinto
A. 1. V(l!tTllI.NUTVA: CO., JUlUbr.t, C'otin.
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jvm. snrrsoN& sons'
MOURNING, SECOND MOURNING
FANCY DRESS PRINTS
The EDDYSTONE HUNT WORKS U
one of tlie largest and moat complete otali.
ILshiucnts in the country.
THE EXPERIENCE OF HALF A
has enabled them to attain such perfection
that they can with confidence ask you to lest
the quality of their work. They carefully
avoid all poisonous drugs, make only fast col.
ors.which arc thoroughly washed in hot water
and soap, thereby removing an) thing which
would slain underclothing.
Those who buy and wear their prints will,
they feel confident, find them supeiior iu dur
ability, artistic style and finish, lie sure and
ask for their goods, and sec thai tlicir marks
and tickets arc on them.
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
Ana tholr oxcollont imputation in
jurort by wortbloas imitations. Tho
Publio nro cautionod against buy
ing Plastora having similar oound
ing namos, Soo that tlio word
O-A.P-O.I.H.E is corrootly spollod.
Aro tho only improvement over
mado in Plastom.
Ono io worth moro than a dozen
of any othor kind.
Will positively ouro whero othor
remodioii will not ovon roliovo.
Prico 25 cents,
Bowaro of cheap Piasters mado
wiih lend poisons.
SEAUUI7Y & JOHNSON.
Maunfuclurlog CliruUIs, N. w Vol I;
AHIKM KMIIIWYAT J.JIST. I'ririiMcU.
MEAD'S Mkdlcatcd CORN ui BUNION PLASTER.
V. Course In Physical Culture.
r. r. DH.L.MYEH, secretary,
THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE
WhorOAs, tho world renowned reputation of the
White hewing Machine
Induces many unscrupulous conip'ultors to resort to
all kinds of mean tricks to Injure Us reputation, we
beg to caution all Intending purchasers not to buy a
except from Its regular authorized dealers, who will
DO SUStalnt'd bV tltn fnllnwtm- IVftrrnntv
WK '.VA mtANT TIJE N ATUltAL WEAR AND TEAK
White shuttle Sewii Machine,
PLATE NUMIiKU lO.HIRtl FOH FAMILY PUKPO
SES, AND IlEKEUV AdUHE TO KKEi' THE SAME
IN UKi'Atll FOll TIIK TEUM OF PI VIS VEAKH
KKOM THIS DATE. FHEE OF CUaROB.
This warranty excepts tho breakage of needles
bobbins and shuttles.
This warranty will not bo sustained unless tho
plato number abovo trlvcn corresponds with tho
number on tho shuttlo race slldo. Bowaro of defaced
WU1TK SKWINQ MACHINE CO,
'. ho "WHITE" Shuttle Sewing Machine
' . s u ax vtkp ci pacitt than any otherfamlly Sewing
T, haltzkf, ooneral Agent.
EE ATTY'S oitGANS 2; stops, 10 sots reeds only
iiiiZS 0. Pianos Jtwup Karo Holiday
Wallilncrnn. V .T. fll.i " mn'fl 'fll.lv '
A PLACE FOR YOUR DICTIONARY.
A PLACE FOH YOUR NEWSPAPERS.
A PLACE FOR YOUR PERIODICALS,
AuJ an (irufttucbt for your 1 uuf , all la one.
THE NOYC3 DICTIONARY HOLDER.
sj-i.i.-a BSGSFSSiw'KSg iSjAi
Hi. 00 A YKAU.
Tlio Backus Water Motor.
IH TIIK MObT
Lconomical Power Known
DltlVIXQ LIGHT MAOHINKRY.
It takes but little room.
IlU'iver gets outef rcpiir.
It can not bUwup.
H needs no fuel
It needs no onjlnoer.
Theiolsnodelaj-i nitlrlnj up; nj ashes to clean
away; no extra Insuranco to payj do repair
In? ncceasary; m coal bll'atopay,
nud It U alivaj 8 ready for uso.
It 1 lnvaluablo for blowlns Church Organs, for
running rrlntlng Presjof, Bowing Machines, Turn
ing Lathes, scroll Saws, Orlnd stones, CofTeo Mills
Sausage Maclilnrs, real cutteis, corn .Mills, Lleva
I'our nort.0 power at 40 pounds pref smo of wa.cr
His noiseless, neat, compact, Mendy, and above oil
IT IS VKUY OHKAP.
Bend for circular to thollackw Water Motor Co..
Newaik.N.J., stating namo of paper you taw ad.
Vilee, ti5tof30o, Sept.co.tf
v I La1'
HIl ROAD TiM1- TBLE
JL DKMMIU & KII1K II. It. DIVISION,
WIN rWl Tt UK t'YHLE.
nn anil nflnr Mnntl iv. I (p. ID lest .... .
. . ih,I.m..I.Ii,. V.ln 11a I - r. til
as follows I
fMlrtwa I " r
Erto Mall leaves Philadelphia
" " llarrlsburg
i' " Hunbiiry
" " Wllllnmipoit
" lxck Haven
" He novo
1 1 M li in
Sii a ii
8 4(1 a u,
arrlvo at Krlo
Niagara Express leaves riilladclplila 8 oo a i;
" Ilirrlaburg IJl5i,nj
" aunuury I AO ri m
' Wlliiamiport iffi
" ' Ick Haven 4 sop n
' Iicnovo mjiiS
" " Kano loisi'S
Fast Uno leaves Philadelphia tl so n in
." ""rl'burg aopS
' ' Sunbury 8isDrn
" wiillamsport 710pm
" arrlvo at Lock Haven 8 10 n in
Lock llacn Kipress loaves Lock Haven 7 M a m
" " wiillamsport 905 am
" ," .'JW1' loioain
11 arrlvo at llarrlsburg t 11 nm
11 ' l'lillMlnlnhTn Vi.'."
ruab A-iuu ivuivn u..,.nL.uiiiguu ivi nm
" " Klnilra 10 urn
' " Wiillamsport lam an!
" Sunbury 189 am
' arrives nt llarrlsburg 3 in am
" I'liIladolpCla 7Wam
Day Express leaves Kano 1 00 a in
" " llcnovo loosam
" " Ixck Haven 11 15 am
" v iiiinmsport Ulapm
" arrlvo at llarrlsburg ssonm
" I'hUadelpGla 703pm
Erlo Mall leaves Krlo usium
" " Kano 4iopi
" " Hcnovo 911011m
' " Lock Haven loiopm
11 " sunbury 1 05 am
" arrives at llarrlsburg 8 00 a m
" " Philadelphia 7 00 am
Erie Mall west and Lock Haven Express :u
UiUKU wUBt wilimMWiln an iitl lUUIUUl'liail
with L. & II. II. II. trains for Wllkoabarrc at
Erlo Mall West, Niagara Kxpron West and K.
Lino West mako closo connection nt Williams
with N. O. it, W. tralnB north. . 1
NIagar Express West and Day Express I.ai
mako closo conncctlun at Lock Haven with r, EJ
II. II. trains.
Erlo Mall East and West connect at krin uin
trains ou I. H. & M. S. It. It. ; nt t'orry with 1 "I
l'.t W. 11. II.; at Emporium with U, N. V.A1'. n. 11 11
ana at uriiiwooa wuu a. v, it. 11.
I'arlor cars will run between I'hlla Iclphla utl j?l
, uiuuipui b uu iiwuii uAjiiin.1 nusii tiuu ,ay kl
press KasU Sleeping cars on all night iralrni.
NOBTHEUN CENTKAL UAlLW'Ai
On and after February 19th, 1F81, trains w UI itat
Sunbury as follows:
Northern ExVuss 0.80 a. in., nrrUt Eltnlm is 30 pi
Arrive atcanandalgua 1,1,1,,
" Kochestcr 4 40 1
" Niagara. 8 4.1
Niagara Express l.co p. in. arrlvo E'mlra c. os p g
" Itochester 9 45
" Niagara is.Mat
Fast line 5.15 p m arrlvo Elmlra lo so p 0
" Wntklns ll.io pt
Southern Express 1.32 a. m. arrlvo ItarrlsbV 3.1s a 1
arrive Philadelphia 7.00 "
" Now York 9 33 "
" Daltlmoro l.'O
" Washington KS'i a c
Lock Haven Ex 10.50 a m arrlvo HarrlsbV 1..M p c
arrlvo Philadelphia 5 (0 p o
" Now York 8.15
" Daltlmore 5,'ii
" Washington 6
Day ExprcsjlXO p m arrive narrlsburg f.3) p c
" Philadelphia 7.05 "
" New York I0.00
" Baltimore 7.ui
" WashlngUji, Ml
Brio Mall l.os a. m. arrive narrlsburg s.w a. m
" Phlladelphu 7.00 "
" r-ew York 8.31 "
" Baltimore 7.00
" Washlnntou b.ss
I. It. WOOD, Ucncral Passengei Age. t.
Fit AN K THOMSON, General Mananr.
T)H1LADELPHA AND HEADING ROAI
ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGEI
November 7th, 1881.
TBilrJS LI1TX HCriHT 18 F0LL0WB(8DHDiY XlCIrii:
For New York, Philadelphia, Heading, I'ottsuit ;
Tomaqua, ic, 11,45 a. m
For Catawlssa, 11,45 u. in. 0,45 and 7, SO p. in,
For Wiillamsport, 6,15 8,50 a. m. and 4,o p. m
TKiiHs roa KOrsxr (.bits 13 roLuitn, (hondai i
LoavoNew York, vli. Tamancnd 8.45 a. ta. ao!
via. Ilound Brook Itouto 7,45 a in.
Lcavo Philadelphia, 9,45 a. m.
Leave Itoadlng, ll.ua. m., 1'oiuvtii,. 1, 9.. v
and Tamaqua, 1,35 p. m.
Leave CaUiwlssa, 6,10 8,40 a. m. and i,i i. 11.
Leave Wllllamsport,9,45 a.m,s,oo p. m. and 4 3 1 t
Passengers WiiLdfrom New York, vU.'l ami
ncud dti.l to and from Plilla lelphla go throujt
J. B. WOOTTEN,
. . . Ucncral Munntu
O. tl. HANCOCK,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent,
Jan. 10, usi-tf.
a.m. p m, i-.n
3 ft 9 IIS
.. West Plttston..,
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3 36 U
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S 43 1. 1
8 47 tl
S 63 1 1
. f4 6 i
1 69 U
1(. 18 9 IU IK
10 18 i IU I II
9 64 Kingston!"!."
... . Illck's Ferry. ..
..willow drove. ...
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7 4S 12 Si
7 44 IS 41
7 4.1 IS 30
7 31 It S4
7 J IS IS
7 30 II 0
7 IB I 65
0 57 IS 10
45 10 (0
e 31 10 4
p.ii, a mi
I 84 cuUiwlssa Bridge,
7 o .Danvlllo
. .1'omeron ,
p.m. p.m. a.
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11 in- .
No. 12 Wall SniEUT, New Youk.
HEMBEI1S MEW VOItK ST0 If BXCHAMOE.
Buy and Sell Stocks. Bond onrl nnvorniriint kMUI-'
(ties, and make advances ou bamo If required, ft" '
check nt sight, r fob 10 4 .w I
(Vry ry ly A YEAH ana expenses to agcnti 1 J
Jii uutflt Free. AaoussP.O. VICKKBIl
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BOLD MEDAL AWARDtP
tha Author. A naw uitl rrr.! U;
Ifitd Work.wtrruiUd tho boilut
chupnst, indiaiNinAalil io iW
mn,i.DtillM "tin Bclnco ol
orJSelM'rewmUoa ' Iwariilu
flnftat FrAncb iaBfilii,erribciMt-1,
full till goo pnooaUiru beuUlul
tel DETr.Tiotf, 1& PTcPP
tlonn, prfco call Ui Hist 17
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$2.00 A YEAH.