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THE" COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCllTBr ooMiruilG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Clean Fields and Heavy Crops.
Thoro nro two drawbacks in tho mo
lliods largely niloph'd iy tho farmers
of thin country in tlio cultivation dttr
Ine the Ilr8t half of tlio season. Tlicro
methods involvo-ttib' risodlfss expend.
turo of labor and permit' "nn extensive
growth of wceda. 'I ho stirfneoof tlio soil
is not broken or stirred often enough
A frequent nulveriza'.ion would nceom
plish two very important use., namely,
tho dcHtruction of tho young weeds and
an increased growth of tho crops. Wo
have shown on former occasions tho
importance- of destroying weeds just as
iney aro commencing growth, and even
buforo they havo reached tho surface of
tho ground, when tho mintito and leu
dor sprouts aro brokon by a touch of
tho pulverizing instrument. Tho cx
pcrinient was tried a few years nco of
passing tlio steel rako weekly over a
given measured surlaco in tho garden,
and allowing alongside an equal aero to
become covered with a growth of wtcds
from six inches to a foot-, high before
killing them. A record was mado by
tho watcli of tho tlino consumed by
each method. During tho two months
of growth it was necessary to pass tho
steel rako eight times over tho surface ;
hut this was done so 1'apidly that only
ouo halt ot the limo and labor were
consumed that were required to clear
out once tho tali'WCcds irom tlio grow
ing crop. Iho crop mado ono half more
growth by tho first method, and tho
seeds of the weeds in thb surfAcb soil
wcro thoroughly destroyed by tho eight
operations. A -succosstttl larmcr, on
whoso rich fields about oO bushels of
corn per aero were obtained by ordinary
management, assures us tlint by passing
tho cultivator once a week between tho
rows, until tho corn was as high as tho
horse's back, ho had increased tho crop
to between GO and 70 bushels per
A radical improvement would be
mado on many farms by the adoption
of tlio practico of keeping tlio silrface
crust of tho soil constantly broken, and
by nover allowing your weeds to see
daylight. By thus clearing the farm
with foul seeds, in a fow years tlio cost
ly labor of hand weediug would be
nearly superseded. To accomplish this
Tcsult it is necessary to secure tho best
modern tools for cultivating tho crops.
The work should bo commenced boforo
tho young weeds havo reached the sur
face. Potatoes, for instance, are some
weeks in tho sou boforo coming up,
and during this period tho ground
should be kept harrowed, tlio operation
being repeated as often as the young
weeds in tho soil havd sprouted, tho
harrowing breaking tho sprouts and
killing tho weeds just as they are start
ing to grow. In this way the foul stuff
may bo materially reduced. Tlio har
rowing may be continued after tho po
tatoes havo reached tho surface, and
havo grown somo inches, without injury
to them. Corn may bo harrowed onco
before it comes up ; and with a fine,
slant tooth harrow tlio operation may
bo continued every five days till tho
plants aro nearly a foot high. This
will obviate the labor of hand hoeing.
After this, the ono horse cultivator may
pass several times, running shallow so
as not to tear the roots, setting tho ro
versiblo teeth fiivt to throw tlio earth
away from tho row of corn, nnd next
timo against the row, a very shallow
ridge being suflicient to cover the young
weeds as they aro just appearing for
there will bo no largo ones if tho pre
vious work has been promptly attended
to. Wo havo adopted this course of
first harrowing and then, cultivating
from and towards tho row, and left the
field as clear as a floor without any
hand-hoeing. Tho repeated stirring of
the soil and" keeping the crust broken,
gave a handsome crop of corn decid
edly larger than when tho wholo treat
ment consisted of ono or two dressings
witli the cultivator and a laborious "hill
ing" with tho hoe. Country Gentle
man. Panning and Farm Work.
Undoubtedly tho cultivation of tho
soil and tlio raising of Hocks and herds
may always bo depended npon to fur
nish a living, and there is, therefore,
no very great risk in the enterprise. In
view of tho crowded condition of all
other pursuits this ono may bo safely
relied on as an unfailing resourco at all
limes. Fow regions havo been moro
rapidly settled than havo been Illinois,
Missouri, Kansas and Iowa, with farm
ers and stock raisers since 1800. Hence,
tho westward migratory movement
now ngain going on will again produce
general activity. For this emigration
will put a large amouut of money in
active circulation, cause a largo increase
in railroad travel and freights, relievo
tho overburthened labor markets of tho
seaboard, and creato now markets for
capital and merchandise. Tho condi
tions are much more favorable to agri
cultural emigrante now than formerly,
because the railroad charges havo been
so adjusted that produco can bo profit
ably shipped or sold at tho most ro
moto and isolated points. Land is
everywhere cheap and accessible, and
railroads traverse immenso regions.
Our country is so boundless that to
talk of the public domain being all gob
bled up, as do somo pretentious writers,
is tho height of folly. There is wild
land in all tho states in such quantities
luai no ono nceu want tarm tracts in
vain. And although tlio cry "go West"
has long uinco grown stale and hack
noyed, tho West still remains a bound
less wiledrness an hnraenso. ocean
in which tho settlements resemble the
Pacific, islands". Maine, New Jersey
nnd West Virginia alono would ac
commodate all tho emigration for tlio
noxt five years. Pennsylvania has
been for fifty years a ceaseless fountain
of emigration, and yet is herself admir
ably adapted to .receive millions of now
settlers. Out whetlior emigration tends
Kast or West, only let it keep out of
tlio cities. There is not one in twenty
who como hither who have tho means
to what wocall "sqttlu." Thoy nro eith
er Jab.oj'ers'or imeohauios ; but instead of
making their homes in tho now lands
and grow up with tlio country, thoy
drop into tho.citjeSjWhcro thoy 'earn a
vory preoaripus living, and soon fall
into tho habits of idleness and drink
ing, and never make nny headway. If
thoy wero to spread abroad oven
throughout the Middle states thoy
would find 'abundant employment upon
tho furms. Wo venturo to say to-day
among farmoilj'nlono in theso states a
h'ftlfUiullIiou of fani) hands could find
plenjy' of, work' at much higher wuges
andi.wj'thjjuueb better living than they
overTt'oeive'd at home. (fermantoion
'.'Voirnsav-voti matin nn
iof tjioi preijitees 1 What
m" Witness "Oh iioth-
rhKboueiico n ln'onnrlv nn.
O l ------ , OO J
count of cmiitv boxes, an SlmkL'sne.-irn
Mays." Lawyer. "Novcr mind what
; Bhnkespnro says. IIo will bo summon
led' mid can testify for himself, if ho
' knows,tinythn& about tho ease.''
"The family which moves after daik
may excito remark, but tho neighbors
can t criliciso tho furniture.
illf! of &
Boys and Qirls on the Farm.
Tho great secret of rctnlning young
peoplo on Iho family homesteads ton
sisis in making these rural homes
something beyond tho abode of hard
toll, cloudy visages and compound in
terest. Kvery possiblo means must be
'resorted to to make tho placo attract
ive to theso young people, nnd to havo
tho boys see that they do not suffer nt
tho villago gathering in comparison
witli those of their old playmates who
aro studying for college or a profession.
There is no reason why thn Sunday
and holiday clothing of tho sons nnd
daughtcw of a well-to do farmershould
not no equal in appearance to what is
worn by the children of tho doctor or
trader in tho nelgoborhood. Thoy
should nlso receive the rudiments of
Kngtish education, nnd should be kept
well supplied during tho long winter
evenings with agricultural and other
newspapers excellent educators. Ouo
or moro magazines should bo taken,
nnd on tho book-shelves should bo the
pleasantly-narrated lives of ttie leading
farmers of tho land, rather than dime
novels or Hash literature A good his
tory of agriculture for the ins: ruction
of farmer's children is vet In bo writ
ten. I know that the opinio i of some,
history is no better than nn old alma
nac, whioh for their individual compro
'hensions, Is undoubtedly true. But as
an old almanao will servo as a future
guide to him whose far-seeing oyo can
trnco tlio brilliant course of celestial lu
minaries, so a history of our homo ag
riculture will enablo the scnsiblo yco
men to trace the progress of our local
prosperity. The exploits of our sol
uicrs, tho daring of our sailors, the
learning of our scholars, tho careers of
,..T , -II 1 V.I..
our ousmess-mcn uavo nil occn tuny
chronicled j yet I have never seen any
connected mention of our agriculture,
which (as the quicksilver in a thermom
eter sho.w8 tho temperature) ever marks
the position ot tho community upon tho
scnlo of civilization. It is the
heaven-ordained sweat of tho farmer's
brow which is the salt of tho earth, and
woo unto tho land where tho salt has
lost its savor.
Farmer's children should also bo en
couraged to attend meetings of farmer's
clubs and agricultural society, and pre
miums should bo awarded for their la
bor and skill. Tho boy who drives tho
best broken yoke of steer?, or
tho best handled colt, or who shows
tho best poultry or pigeons, and tho
girl who brings tho best loaf of bread,
tho sweetest butter, tho most ingenious
ly made patch-work quilt, tho neatest
darned rent, or tlio best made shirt,
feel a pride as they rcceivo their pre
miums, and hear their namo nnnounced,
which does much to bind them to the
homestead. Such awards and lionorn
blo distinctions enlist "Young America"
into tho ranks of tho yeomanry and
raike them contented and happy.
(Jare should be taken that the boys
nnd girls on tho fnnn do not havo to
wear their parents' cut-down ctothes,
and to toil with worn out tools and
household labor appliances.
"Work work work !
From wenry chime to chime,
Work .vork work 1
As prisoners work for crime.
Hake, and drive, and hoe !
Hoe. nnd drive nnd rnko I
Till tlio heart is sick nnd the arm benumb'd
And they would fain the farm forsake."
Bovs slinnlil lmvn lirrhr. npur imnln.
inputs wllir.li flint- ctlinnlfl Win tnnrvlit t
keep clean and in order, having "a
piaco ior everything ana everything in
Indians Who Are Shrewd Buyers
I watched some Indians shonninc
aud was nstonislied to see how invaria
bly thoy waived aside inferior goods
and choso such material as mannos at
$1.50 to 2 a yard. Ono of tho mer
chants told mo it was useless to offer
them anything but tho best. An In
dian, who could not speak English or
French, and wanted five thincs, divid
ed according to his idea of their vela-
tivo cost in little piles on tho counter,
and going through apantomine descrip
tive of his wants, was handed some silk
handkerchiefs. Taking ono up ho felt
it, held it up to tho light, and throwing
it aside shook his head vigorourly, mut
tering an "Ugh" of disgust. ' When
shown a better ono he was doubtful;
but a much superior article being pro
duced, he took, and willingly handed
over one pilo for it. That, however,
was too much, and when civen tlio
chango ho put it on one of tho other
piles, and proceeded in tho same way to
make the rest ot his purchases. "How
easily they could bo cheated;" I said to
tho clerk, after tho Indian had left.
"No," he replied, "not so easily ns it
would nppenr.' 'Ihey generally come
in from their camps in great numbers
onco a yenr to sell furs nnd make pur
chases. Thov go to different shops.
and on their return compare notes as
to tlio cost and quality of their uoods.
Then if ono has paid moro than nn-
other or hns been cheated in quality, ho
will never enter that shop again, nnd a
firm that gives tho greatest bargains is
most patronized on their return. Miss
Fitzgibbon'a hook on Montana.
Professor Greener tells his colored
brethren that what thoy need is com
mon huiibu, nut conventions.
"Every man is not honest because
ho is poor." IIo's moro liable to bo
poor beoause bo's honest. N. Y.
Tho proposition is made in Boston
to havo a school holiday in tho middlo
of tho week, instead of Saturday, after
tho usage common elsowhere.
Foit HitKAKKAsr. A good break
fast dish can bo prepared from tho re
mains of yesterday's dinner, providing
that consisted in part of roast mutton.
Chop it fine, nnd put it in a saucepan
with a cup of gravy or of soup stock,
season with pepper and salt, and scat
ter over it, stirrniK all tho time, a
tablespoouful of Hour ; let tho meat
heat gradually, and, when "boiling
hot," set tho pan on tho back part ot
tho stove, and poach somo eggs to
servo with tho meat. When tho eggs
aro done, put tho meat on a platter and
lay tho eggs around tho edge. With
fried potatoes, muffins nnd good coffo,
a wholesome breakfast may bo pro
vided at small expense.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
. "Orrvllle.Ohlo, Sapt. 10, IMS.
LULUS. "During betn subject to a bron
clilul nfTrrtlon, with frequent
tiililt, for n number of years, I hereby cer
tify tlmt Arm's Ciirimv J'wtobai. jItm
me romit relief, anil It tlio mct cilectlro
remedy I Lave ever tried.
Jauis a. Hamilton,
Kdltor of TA CWicntl,"
" Mt. nilead, Ohio, June M, 182.
COUGHS, " I bo u,eJ A VKii'a Ciiitrinr
Pectoral till iprlnf for a -vere
cough and lung trouble with good
elfect, aud I am pleased to recommend It
to any ono similarly alfected.
Proprietor Cllobe Hotel."
Dr. J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, MaJ8.
Bold by all DruggUHi,
Consisting of hiimlmti ot varieties of the choicest
noses, itornmums, crocna.s, ujicus, iipuuiroue,
W nro making n specialty. Kuril Cnbbntro plnnts
(lmnleneil) rot drown Tomato l'lnnts nml .street
routo rinm.s uy tho thousaiul, uuo chuimko uy
uuuiinu.s ui uiuusami-.
50,000 Strawberry Plants
of tlio best varieties nno Hed nnd Jilnck
Can Hnsnberrled. ltlmlmrb. Asnnrncus
plants, Ac. Wo linvo shipped plants to
every omic m mo union.
consist Insr of Ilaso Hurts Carnations Violets
lotropo, callas etc., etc., always on hand. Flow,
em for weildliiifs and parties, lioui-ucts llasketnot
flowers. fuiirul designs of all descriptions put up
nt short notice. Wo pack so ns to travel one to
two days and k'liaraiuco satisfaction.
At tho request of many of our customers 1 will
this neason offer a full lino of irnrrten seeds Vfteen
years experlcnco nt market K.inlenlnir enables ina
to offer Iho best seeds for t his sect Inn. All 1 offer 1
nmsurou U! Rlvo satisfaction. They aro tho best
varieties nnd suio to mow.
ii o navu lour laiyc Krccn nouses also coin oeus
nun nut ui-uscumiiinuig nearly w.ju reel 01 glass,
situated on .Main street, nbovo tho Normal Nchool
Tills ndrertlsemynt Is too small to mention all
wo havo for sale, call on us or write to us for
what you want and seo If wo cannot supply you.
J. I. DIM.OM, lUoomsburu,
Is acknowledged by all
who havo tried it to give as
satisfactory results as any
or guauo they have
PRICE 25 PER TON OK 2000 LNS.
On Cars or lloat In l'hlladclphla.
Send for Circular showing Guarnntced
BAUGH & SONS,
BOLE MAN UFACTUUE ItS,
20 South Delaware Avo. Philada.
may 11 4v
Iff. S. TXWGrLiSY,
Is now fully prepared to furnish
SUITS MADE TO ORDER,
FltOM THE ;
IN THE MARKET AT
ALSQ TO FURNISH
.MADE TO MKASUHE, AND
As Good & Cheap
AS CAN BE HAD AT ANY
Orders taken for shirts, made
ORNAMENTAL IRON FENCES
Tho followln'.' shows thn ineket nnthte. nun nr
tho several beautiful ttyles of Ke.icu manufactured
by tho undersigned.
For Ueauty nnd Durability they nro unsurnass.
ed. Ketupbyejpcilcnced hards and warranted
iu jjito saiisiticiiuii.
Prices and specimens of other de
signs sent to nny address.
Prof. Doremus on Porous Plasters.
The College, ot the City ot Now York,)
Cor. U-xInston Ave. and igux St. J
New York, April Xi, ItMl.l
Mkssiis. kbabuky & Johnson ;
(lentlemen At your renuest I havo obtained In
open market samples of iiksson'b crciNg ihjkouh
1'i.stbks and Aleock's 1'oious 1'la.sters, and havo
submitted them to chemical analysis to determine
iiinr cuinparumu uiems us external remedies
1 IIIIU 111 IIK7ISU.S M lAl'l'INK 1'I.ISTKKS YAM . I lit!
medical Ingredients, which do not exist in Alcock's
runmsrioMcrsi uenco liiinr oniiunn tiiiy nn.
superior to thoso of Alcock's
I'rot. ot CheinWry and l'liyslcs In (he Colleirrof
the City ot New Yurk, and I'ruf. ot chemistry nnd
Toxicology In llellevue llosiUlul Medical College.
il .Maymh iw.
WA Mmif nKneit',lc "ellablo men to
1 Fj Uscll Fruit Trees, (Iraiw Vines,
Khrubfl. Hoses Ac. Salary and expenses
luliL Full Instructions "given, bo Inexper
ienced men can noon learn tho business Address
J. 1'. I.KCI.A1IK, IlltKlllTON, N. V.. (ono mile east
of ltochester, N. Y.)
d Jlny, MlMw.
tffc5(-AMONTHand 110A11I) 'or "Tf0 U
IUYouniriiieiior ladles In each county.
ASdrcss 1'. W. i:iUl.Klt A CO., Hilladelphla, 1'.
d .May. llh 4w,
i. r.i. . itiu. nun t jiciutui uiiniur, u. ri.
A Thrilling notorial HUtory of the World's itreat
Kca Fights, with specimens of Naval Architecture
ot ullages. A record ot Wonderful Kxplolls moro
Interesting than fiction, l'rlco only M. It bells
A P L' W'Py everywhere. .Make fiuo,oo per
fluMl I moiith. Address J. C. McCUUDYA
CO., l'hlladelphla, l'u.
d May, 18th lw
Send tor our new tl-fulnn conUlnlnf mttttr of
utinofct Imporuiirttnntt fxotjler or their hetri.
lrukluiuIluuullvii,lulvitU,l uud Claim,
Monte Cluliu, niij nil uttn'm uifuliibt the (iuvcru
lot nt ptviuvUy in til fiililifullv DtlfiHlrtt in. Addrsil
WiUitUmp w. ll.U11XS.ViO.,
Lofk lluit IVt .UnKoii, , C.
World telli whrr work (an la hid, prlcn pilj, ui
til tti ntwtt ibowt how tanks ami (orrKiralloui rob
tb poori how U-trlslal urea tint iMilltlclani re cou.
irollnl bycapltull.tii l.uw iiulillo laniltare ttoku
by rallruadai UCiiiouiitfacmM labur, prlioo con.
UuX labor, awl all lurina of pprluii ill conUlua
reaUlnir tor ola aim youain vubllbbvil 1 yeuraf
f wetkt treti iwint un 0ccmn to pay fgr malllnir,
nilw will kciidtliif wlior WorU uu trial 4tki
IrMttlltvf New Yolk lUralrl.
nld lay, ISth lm
AtlvortlNlnir CiicnlN i t
"l)w9 become so common to write tlio
beginning ot nn nrucie, in nn eirgnn, 111
f crcstlntr mnnncr.
"Tlion run II Inln boiuo ndverllscintint
tlmt we would nvoid nil alien,
"And fllniply.cnll nttcntlon to tliu merits
or; iioji liiuorsin i plain, iionest icrim ns
"To Iniluco nconlu .
"To clve tliein one trial, which so proves
tiicir vniue unit iney win never use nny
11111115 K'80'" "
"TiiK Hkmkdv so fnvornbly noticed In
nil the papers, '
"Ilellglnus nnd seculnr, Is
"Hiivinir n lnme side, nnd Is sunnhintlni:
nil other medicines.
"Thoro 1h no denv tie tlio v Hues of tho
Hop plant, nnd the proprietors of Hop
Hitters hnvo shown grent shrewdness
"In ctmiiiouiidlmr n medicine whose
virtues nro so palpable: to every one's ob.
' Illll HI10 Ic?
"She llucerud nnd suireied liloiur. 11I11I1111
nwnv nil the tlino for years,"
"inn tloelors uolng her no good t
"And nt last wns cured by this Hop lilt
ters tin; papers say so much about,"
"indeed! indeed l"
"How thankful wo should be for that
A DntiKlitcr'rt MlHcry.
"Eleven venrs our dauirliler suffered on
11 bed of misery,
"f rom n complication 01 Kidney, liver,
rheumatic trouble nnd Nervous debility,
under the care or tlio best pnysiclnm',
"Who gave her disease various names,
"Hut no relief.
"And now she Is restored to us In eooil
health by ns simple n remedy ns Hup Hit
ters, that we had shunned for years before
using It." -Tim Ivm:nts.
I-atlicr In ;cttlutr Well,
"My daughters sayi
"flow imieh liolter father lsstneehn used linn
"llelsgettlmr well after his long sutfoilng from
a illneaso declared Incurable"
"Ami wo aro so glad that ho used your Hitters."
X Lady of Ullca, N. Y.
HE C ft EAT CURE
A" It la for sU the painful dlscaaca of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND DOWELS.
It ClOamea the nvitam nf thn hkfM rnlr
lhAt causes thD dreadful Buffering whioh
uuiy mo victims 01 iinoumausm can reaiixo
TMOUfiAlltlR OF fiAflFR
of tho worst forma of this tcrrlbld disease
havo been Quickly relieved , and in ahort time
rui rr, $1. uqiiuok unr. sold nr Dntccms.
r- uyj tan du nt-iifc uj man.
WIHX3, ItlCirAnnSQN St Co.. Hurlint-ton vt
PORT GRAPE WINE.
Uasd In tho principal Uhurch03 for communion
Sxcellent for Ladies and Weakly Per
sons and the Aged.;
Speer's Port Grapo Wine
FOUR YEARS OLD.
THIS OELEIIltVTKD NATIVE WINE U mado
from the Julcoot the Oporto a rape, raised In
this country. Its Invaluable
Tonic and Strengthening Properties
are unsurpassed by any other Native Wine. He
ine tho pure Julco of the drape, prouueed under
Mr. Hpoer's own personal supervision. Us purity
and genuineness, are guaranteed. Tho youngest
child may partake ot its generous qualities, and
the weakest Invalid use It to advantage. It Is par.
tlculaily benellclal to the aged and debilitated,
ana suiiea 10 me various aiunenis mat uueui. mo
neakersex. It Is In every respect A WINKTO
I1K 11ELIEU ON.
V. J, Slicrry.
'l'hor..l.siISItKYlsa wlno ot Superior Char
acter, and partakes of tho rich qualities of tho
grapo from which It Is made. I'or l'urlty, inch,
ness, Flavor and Medicinal I'ropcrtles, it will bo
JP J. ISraiidy.
This nitANHY stands unrivalled In this Country
being far superior tor medicinal purposes.
IT IS HUH K distillation from tho grape,and con
tains valuaole medicinal properties.
It has a delicate llavor, similar to that ot tho
grapes, from which It Is distilled, anl Is In great
favor ainonc Urst-class families.
Seo that tho signature ot ALFRED SI'EEIt, Pas
saic N. .1. is over the cork or each bottle.
SOLID BY G. A. KLEIM.
AND 1IY llIIUaoiSTS EVEIt V11EUE.
Sept. 22, 1-y
Tli only known treclDe for Kpllcptle Tin. "d
Also for Epaama and 1'iilllut; sickness. Nervoua
IVcaVncsa It Instantly rellm-a and cures. Clcansca
blood and quickens almu'lsh circulation. Neutra
lizes eernis of disease and saves sickness. Cures
A SKEPTIC SAID
ugly blotches and stubborn blood sores. Eliminates
Dolls, Carbuncles and Scalds. nTcrmanently aud
promptly cures paralysis. Yea, It la a cliarmlne and
healthful Aperient. Kills Scrofula and Kings KtII.
twin trtthcrs. Changes bad breath to good, remov
lag the cause. Kouts bilious tendencies and makes
clear complexion. Equalled by nono In tlio delirium
of fever. A charming resolvent and a matchless
laiathe. It drives Blck Headache, like the Mind.
C-r"Contalni no drastic cathartic or opiates. Itellerc
the brain of luoibld fancies, l'romi.tlr cures liheu.
inatlim by routing It. Ilcstores life-giving proper,
ties to tho blood. Is Guaranteed, to cure all 11 en ouj
disorders, tiriiellablu Ml.cn all opiates fall. It.',
freshes the mind and Invigorates the body, Cures
ui(Tia or moiicf rvi uuuu.
Diseases of the blood own It a conqueror, Endorsed
In writing by over Of ty thousand leading- citizens,
clerinincn and physicians In U, 8. and Europe,
tiri'or sale by all Icadlnir druitBUta, ia).
The Dr. B. A, lllclunond Medical Co. Props.,
Bt. Joseph, Mo, (3)
Charles N, Crlltenton, Agent, Niw York Clly,
i ill I ,
slit, MANN Cures Deformed Umbe. Spinal
CurTatnm. Hill I) siaiu Willi.. Hiw.ltlnir nf tVnlv'..Ad
and Club Feet, without cuttlne cords. or ialn, or con
fliiemeut. livery case successful, ortleea 1 New York.
1X1 W.4lst St., every Momiayi JWiston.M lioach St..
very Wednesday Syruouso, K, Y., every 'Jhursdar.
f HE SUN
iHvl.U'il onliiloiis exuiensi'd In lamruairo that can
bo uiid'itiodi the liiiiiiinteat. fullest uud inot
KceuruM liitelllgencu ot whatever In tho wldu
world Hwoi III attention. That U what every,
body Issure to lludliiuuy edition of THE rll'N.
Kubscilpiloiii Dally dpagusi, by mall bs elan
mouth, or M.60 u ) ear t buudjy (8 pages), ll.-.'Jper
till I ill-ivir m ii.iuia, ffl l. juhi,
, 1. w. k.ui,a.h, ri
l ublUher, New Voik City.
11111; ll-in I
General lowing Macliino Dopot,
M Stom Below Market St,
BLOOMS BURG, PA.
Celebrated While Sewins Machine,
New Davis Vorliunl Feed Sew-
New Home Sowing ISi ticliinc,
Household Sewing Machine,
Estey Sewing Machine,
Qemiii.e Singer Sewing Machine,
Singer Pattern Sewing Machine,
Attachments, best Sowing Machine Oil, nnd Nee
dles tor all sowliiL' inacnlncs. Keivlni? Machines
Bold on monthly payments- Liberal discount
macio ior casn. itvcry macmno purcuasca rrom
me Is warrnntedtobo Kept In good running order
for nve years freo of charge, nnd thoroueh in
structions given by the best lady operator In this
part ot tho stato free ot charge. Examlno my
stock of machines before purchasing.
New sod eranhlc 1'ictoml lilttoty ol ttie srrat ba light, oltl 9
oriu. Iy Menicai iiirccior aiiirrrr., u. a. r. Annreis
J.C.MtCUHrjY&Co.,633Cbe9tiut St., rhlla'Jelphta, Fa.
ALWAYS ON HAND
AT THIS OFFICE.
to vigorously push a business,
strength to study a profession,
strength to regulate a household,
strength to do a day's labor with
out physical pain. All this repre
sents what is wanted, in the often
heard expression, "Oh! I wish I
had the strength!" If you are
broken down, have not energy, cr
feel as if life was hardly worth liv
ing, you can be, relieved and re
stored to robust health and strength
by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS, vlfich is a true tonic a
medicine universally recommended
for all wasting diseases.
51 N. Tremont Et., Baltimore
Uuring ttie war 1 was in
jured in (lie stomach by a pic cc
of a shell, anil have suucrctl
years ago it brought on paraly
sis, which kept me in bed six
months, and the best doctois
in the city said I could not
live. I sulfered fearfully from
indigestion, and for over two
j cars could not cat solid food
..nd for a large portion of the
lime was unable to retain even
liquid nourishment. 1 tried
lirown's Iron Hitters and now
alter laUliig Iwo bottles I am
able to get tin nnd go around
and am rapidly improving.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Is
a complete and sure remedy for
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria,
Weakness and all dlseasci requir
ing a true, reliable, non-alcoholic
tonic. It enriches the blood, gives
new life to the muscles and tone
to the nerves,
"THE BEST IB CHEAPEST."
mcines, THRFQHFRQ saw. mills,
urtePiiirfri ' mis-wi it-nw i
1 Clour Ihlitr.
(Saltl to all s.lluns. I IVrlto fur I'll l.i: III us. l'amphlet
tntirrtcuiWTl!tiAultuiau Tajwr Co,, llunstlvlU. uuio.
mar is 5m
IVtAKE HENS LAY
An English Veterinary Surgeon and Chemist,
now traveling In this country, sirs tint most ot
me iinrao ana uauio ruwuers sjia noru are worm
loss trash, in siys tint. Sherldtn's Condition
Powdars are abso'utMvnurH nndlinmonselv vlu.
able. Not'i'iigonetrth will make h-ns lar like
Miertaan a nonnuon row.iors, iwsn, i teasnion
ful to 1 pint foid. Sold evertrwhsra, or sent by
man ior s leiier-siamus. i. 3. .kiiinson uo,
Jiostox, Mass, all Junsa'sj-ly,
WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PELS
And all Bilious Complaints.
Bafo to take, hclng pnroly Msctablo: no grilling,
l'rlco -a (.cut. All Druggists.
J1AKK NUW UIOIl 1JL00I),
And will completely chatiaolholiloodln the en.
ttru system In three months. Any piTs'in vho. iyl)
take ono ulll each nhrlit Irom ouu to Iwelvo Utiuks.
may be restored to sound health, It such a thing Is
iiosslhle. For curing Female t'ompl.ilnts these
nils l.ave no equal. I'liyshlans use them In their
practlee. Sold everywhere, orwutby mall forsa
tents In stamps. Mend for ininiililet. I. H. JOHN-
NW S. I'D, IIOSIOII, .MUSS. upr H
ITfTNT "1 not' 11,3 11 sweeping oy, go
nomeiuiug iiMuiuy uim mi u
limo leavu behmil to conmier
time " 104 a week you own town, is outfit freo,
Nnrlik. Kverythlng now, C.iHal not requlied.
Wo will furnish you everything. Many aro miking
fortunes, Ladles make us much as men, and boys
and girls mika grunt pay. Header, 11 jou want
business at which you can maliu great pay all the
time, writ" for pariloularj to II, Hsu-htt & Co.,
Portland, Maine DiO.b, VJ-lv,
Pl?TQTflTkFl,lt M'M)li:US ON any Ul
I lilNolUiNo ww. wound, or Injury.
B. WIIAI.l.. Couit H4U10, NifliUtown, l'u.
AfiPMTQ Wnn'nil '' UI.Imi,4 iitsi.
wuiktofill.llrltl, 7".r ,".y43ooks & Biblos
I'w la ..ikti tilling f.vi in- ,li,l .nywlieiff I Ibiralleimi,
i mi., u-.riu.rn 1
k (w Ui ,N. 1 uuiiii ai., fiituaci4.ia, I's,
June D-iy M
ON 30 DAYS' TRIAL.
TIIK VOhTAIO IIRt.T CO.. Marstnll, Mich., will
send 1)11. IIYB'S CKI.KnilATKIl'KLKJTIloIvoi.
TAIO 118LT8 and KI.KOTHIO Al'I'l.IANOKS on
trial for si days to men (voungoroid) who aro af
fllcU'd with Ncrvoiu Debility. Lost vitality, and
kindred irouDlos, guaranteeing specdyand com
ti'cto rostoratlon ut hcaltli nnd manly vigor. Ad.
dress m sbovo. N. li. No risk incurred, ns so
days' trial Is allowed'
Fob. tli-lyr. r
MURK TWAIN'S .
"LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI,"
H proving tho grandest success of nil tho Twain
Ncrles. A geiiultio bonanza to p, A
For terms nnd tenllory nd.DOOK Agents
dress DOUdl.ASS llKOS., 65 N. Ttll St Phlln. ln.
may l-4v d
Et cry Hsicy Organ
Sold is made I
Throughout with I
Equal fidelity, and
Yields unrivaled tones,
Buul for IlluttraM Catalogue,
(Celebrated CMkriEg, Iim
fa F(0E(dl9 Mid New lEiug-
And other first class Pianos, and a largo lot of
MUSICAL OMUIIIf f 1,
lust cvci'yliiiitg; in tlic Mni line.
STORE BELOW MARKET STREET,
mm ilia wm mm,
WWmU WWW W!
of Spring Clothing
--"T to bo tliu
Also a Very Superior Line of Gents' FURNISHING GOODS
for Spring and Summer.
TUB LATKST AND KKWIiST SPUING STYI.KS OF HATS,
Just Received, at
the Popular Clothing Store of
I). LO WEN BERG.
' 1 INLAID FBKN0H WALNUT
M0SI0 HAI.Is DLOOK,
1 lvr A wi'ck mado nt home by the lnduslrl
71 om. Best buslnosi now beforo the
I 1 U P'ibllo. Capital not needed. Wo will
' start vnu. Men. women. bovH and i-lrlx
wanted cvorjulioru to work torus. Now is the
tlnirt. You can work In sparu time, or give your
wholo tune to thu busliuss. No other business
will pay you nearly as well. No 0110 can fall to
make enormous psy, by engaging at once. Cosily
out tit aud terms fre. Money mado fast, easily,
ami honorably. Address Tkdk & Co , Augusta,
Maine, Deo. 8, 'oi-ly,
IBID X I fi iCiA
From tU Districts of Arista. cii'maoNii, (Uciiaii
IvtNUKt V4I.I.. DjBJKKLIKI, llKIIK DOQN, mill
nth'irs. Absollitniy Pure. Suaerpr In llivor.
The Mist tCcououi'cal. Ileuuliet only half thu
usual quantity. Hold jy nil growers J )I1N o.
PHI l.l.ll'.i & CO., AgcnH nf ihi Oilcuttu Tea
syndlcato, luu Water-st. N Y.
may 4-1 w U
Thoro is no Baking Powder oqtial to Ilio
Ite qualities, Medicinal and Culinary, guarnnteo Health
Every buyer should
Select an Organ
That guarantees good
Every day work and
Years of service.
J. ESTUV & CO., Brottloboro, Yt.
CASK OltGAN, 9 STOPS, $110 0A8II.
.SutlMftict Ion 3iiaraut)-iit.
I " ' " " ' " " J " I '.U
out for chances to in
ih flilr Mtir-nlnr.a n n .1 n
who do not improve thu.i oppottunltles remain In
wren, ii o oner a great ciianco to rauke money.
Wo want m iny men, women, b ys and girls to
workfcrusrlBhllnth I own looilllles. Anyone
can do I ho work proiieeirf rom the first Urt. The
builncss will pay moro y an ten times ordinary,
wages. Hxpenslvo out thurnhhed freo. No one
who engages falN to 111 to money rapidly. You
can devote your who'o maktoiha work or only
your Bparo moments. Ftlmell Informatlm and al
that Is needed sent free. 4 U 1 1 Sri wson ; Co
Portland, Maine. Dec, VMy
ait VtKtVL AUTlOLrs,,
MWiyi"k lVWPi"b WinuMU VAALila
Mae 61B, aaa UlHitrU4
IlAaL. to oil tatlau - -t .
, " " f
!tv,,.,."a. A". Vf
i. e. hioicut oV5iw foi:
Ea K L la
I I I.I IS 1 1
e Jan 1, tis-iy
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
DENNSYLVANIA lUIMtOAD. PHIL.
Jr ADEM'HIA KIHR II. It. DIVISION ANI)
NOKTUKKN CKNTHAIj ltAII.WAY,
In effect May nils, 1883. Trnlna lenvoPun.
9.85 a. m. Sea Shoro Kxprcsa for Ilarrlsburir
and lntcrmertinto Rtntlona, Lancaster, I'hllailefi
plila, Now York, llalllmoro ana Waslilneton, ar.
riving at riillailelpnia 3.15 p.m.! Now York, o.jo
p. in. i Haltlmore, e.03 p. m. i Washington o.4j n
m, makins closo connections nt ruilndclphla for
all Bca Bhoi onolntB.
l.ea p. m.l)ay express for Ilarrlsburir nnd in.
tcrmedlato stations, Lancaster, l'blladclphla. New
York, lialtlmoro ana Washington, arriving at
Philadelphia 7.SJ p. m. ! Now York, lu.ss p. rn.:
lialtlmoro, T.is p. m.; washlnRton. 8.40 p. m, run!
man 1'nrlor car throuch to Hillaaolpuln and pas
eengcr coaches through to Hilladelphla and Hum.
s.so p. m. Wllllamsport Accommodation for
Ilarrlstiurg and all liiteuncdlato stations, Ian
caster, l'htladelpnia nnd New York, nrrn-lnirat
Philadelphia K.sJ a. m.: Now York o.so a. m.
Sleeping car pccommodatlons can bo secured at
llarrlsburg for rhlladclphla and Now York. I'hUa.
delphla passengers can lomam In sleeper undis
turbed untllt a. m.
2.0J a. in. Krlo Mall for Hnrrlsburg nnd Inter
mediate stations, Lancaster, Philadelphia, New
York, lialtlmoro and Washington, nrrlvlng at
Philadelphia :.60 a. in. : Now York, 11.20 a"m. :
lialtlmoro 7.40 n. m. ; Washington, s.lu n. m.
Through Pullman sleeping cars nro run on this
train to l'hlladelphla, lialtlmoro and Washington,
and through passenger coaches to Philadelphia
0.35 a. m. Krlo Mall for Erlo nnd all Intermediate
stations with through Pullman 1'alaco car nnd
through passenger coaches to Krlo, and through
Pullman I'alaco oirj to llun.alo via Kluporlum.
For Cauandalgua and Intermediate station",
Rochester, liuiralo and Niagara Kails, with
through Pullman 1'alaco car 10 Canandalgua and
through passenger coaches to ltochestcr.
1.05 p. in. Niagara Express for Kano and Inter
medial stations with through passenger coaches
to Kane. For Canandalgua and principal Inter
mediate stations, KochcsUT, Huflalo and Niagara
Falls with through parlor car to Watklns and
through passenger coaches to ltochestcr.
0.45 p. ik., Fast lino for Lock Haven and Interme
diate stations, and Flmlra, Watklns and Interme
diate stations, with through passenger coaches to
Lock Haven nnd Watklns.
TIIHOUail TItAlNS FOIt SUN1HIKY FP.OM THE
KAbT AND SOUTH.
NUfAra Etpresa loavei
Phtladclphta, 7.40 a. m.; Biltlmoro 7.30 a. m., ar
riving at Hunbury, 1.05 p. m., with through run.
manl'arlor car from l'hlladelphla and through
passenger coaches from Philadelphia and lialtl
moro. Fast Lino loaves Now Y'ork 8.0a a. m. j Philadel
phia, 11.03 a.m.; Washington, 8.30 a.m.; lUltl
more, 10.45 n. in., arriving ntSunbury, c.ai p. m ,
with through passenger coaches from Philadel
phia und lialtlmoro.
Krlo Mall ioivos Now York 8.O1) p. m.; Philadel
phia, 11. t J p.m.; Washington, dm p. m.j lltitl
moro, 11.13 p. m., arriving at StiQbur.d.'i) a. m
with through Pullman 1'alaco sleeping cars fiom
Philadelphia, Washington nnd llalllmoro and
through passenger coaches from Philadelphia.
SONUUUV. I1A.I, ON & 'lUtKC IIiHKK llAlLUOiD
AND NORTH WF1T HKAN J ItAILWAY.
Mall Ei"t leaves Sunbury 6.45 n. in., arriving at
Mom Ferry 7.41 n. m., Wllkcs-barro 8 so a. m.
Kxpress East leaves Sunbury 5.35 p. m., anninn
at Iiloom Ferry 0.31 p.m., Wllkcs-barro 6 1U p. m.
Mall West lenv Wllkes-barro io.bo a. in., arriv
ing nt llloom Ferry la.c d. m. Sunbury u.os p. m.
Express West leaves ilkes-Darro B.so p. m. nr
rtMng nt llloom Ferry 7 07 p. m , Sunbury 8.03 p
U1IAS. E. l'UOII, j. it. WOOD,
ocn. Mansger. Oen. Passenger Agent.
HILADELPHA and READING EOA C
ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER
Juno SO, 1882.
TBAINB LXATE IICPBRT IS FOLLOWB(8CNDAT
For Now York.PhlladelDhla.ltmilini-.Pntiiiriiiii
Tamaqua, &o 11,45 a. m,
For catawissa, 11,45 a. m. 4 to and 7,20 p. m.
For WUllamsDort.d.ls 8.60 a. m. anil i nn n. .
TKAiNj fob Rornar liivk as roi-LOwa, bondat
Loavo New York. Via. Tamancnd o.on n. m. urn
via. Bound Brook Itouto 7,45 a, m.
Leave Philadelphia, 8,45 a. m.
Leavo Ueadlng, 11.65 a. m.. PottsviiiB. n.sa n. m
and Tamaqua, 1,35 p. m.
wavo Catawissa, 6,10 8,40 a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
Leavo Vllllamsport,9,45a.m,2,oop.m. and 4,80 p. m
Passentrers to ami frnm Wnw vn.i. vt. n.nn.n
nend and to and from Philadelphia 'go through
uuuui cuange 01 cars.
J. E. WOOTTEN,
C. G. HANCOCK, aonerai Mann,ei
ooneral Passenger and Tlckot Aeont.
Jan.io, 1381 tf.
ELAWAKE, LACKAWANNA AND
p.m. p.m. a.
a.m. n.m. d.eo.
'i 49 v
2 10 8 17
8 07 1 18
8 00 1 03
7 48 13 42
7 33 12 25
7 311 13 15
7 20 13 00
7 13 11 47
7 03 11 40
7 05 11 33
S 57 11 10
5 tl 10 Cj
0 45 10 54
8 37 10 44
8 IS 10 22
0 10 10 OS
l UI 10
p.m. a.m. a..m.
p.m. p.m. a,m
superintendent's omcefBcVaoFe" ut'ies
EH! IS ED
0F ALUUAN.TS' FR At-u crops,
FnO Al I m IMA-rt-r. ' '
wo ore tho larirost funnem, largcut need irrow.
f r ana huyost mcl dculers anynhoroi honce
havo irroatMt factimoa for rrodudi'ir llc.t h" "Sm
n ','"",'""J' ouif lh ont out.
Our annual dlaluju. anil frtct Hit brlnM Tllli
iui:ati;st skhii stoiik in tiii
V "" T YOUll MVN llOOIt. It li:
. ,? tho doalrablo new and (Undard varieties
PAYNE'S I O Horse Spark-Arreutlng
I'orlublo Kiwlno has cut 10,000 ft. of Michigan Pluo
Boards In 10 hours, buruiug ulubs from tho saw la
Our W Itortt vi OuamnUi tq fhrnlih powsr i
law 8,000 foi't of Hemlock Boards in l6 hours. Our
ii lloru u l.'l cut 10,000 nt Iq siniu time,
V"r niigiiiei aro (iuauantiiii to
furnuh a lioiso-iiowrr on i Itss
fuel and water than any other tin.
chm not filled with in Automatic
Cut Oil. If you want a Btatlonary
ut j-uTiauiu engine, iiouer, circu
lar Bow-Mill, bliaftuig or Pulleje,
ii'iiiier cui or jueuuart s'amut
I Wruilcht'lrun I'ullev. si nd for our
Illustrated rjltaliiriie. Nn. i'2. tar
iiifonnullon and prlcca,
II. W. PAYNE & SONS,
Corning, N. Y. Box IU7,
Jan, k, 83-ly,
ffwZf W ,i',''.si)roTCT.itr
Tl ! T V-K-tsnUkl srf aV:lraula.ll.. Cl.l. s-i ...Z.. .
I!? A 1 1 f "fin Mli nil liruoruii k t'uru.H