The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, June 15, 1883, Image 4

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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBU R(i, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
iMUOII INFORMATION.
I'Oll Till TAIII.i;, fic.
HancM ninl crimps nre worn further
from the eyebrow.
Summer ntii.Wllring' pUk's will bo
in vogue this year. '
Lace mid embroidery are usually
fashionable for trimming.
Gloves and mitts contrast with, in
stead of matching costumes.
Facetted pearls are much used upon
upright collars of silk evening toilets.
I Ieavy Spufisll ' 'guipure in all tho
new colors conic as trimmings for thu
ottoman silks.
Flounces and ribbons with ranged
jagged edges called cock's-ooinbr nro
coming in vogue.
New fancy grenadines are heavily
brocaded, and closely -resemble Ihq
ended silks and satins.
Jersey basipies willbo nitifih
with plaid skirts of wool, and
worn,
WOol
and silk mixtures.
lllack silk stockings arc more worii
at present than they have been for
thitty years or more.
In straw hats aud bonnets the color
of crushed raspberry is produced in
delicate shades oloteiy resembling peri
winkle pink.
Sultan is tho nameof anew dark rod
penso roguo an odd shade of purple ;
and vert clair is another peculiar lint
added to the loilg 1UI of greens.
Tho prettiest way of using velvet
ribbon is to arrange loop of it that
lap in tho shape of a pointed vest, and
edge the basque, neck and -sleeves with
three rows of loops, or two rows loops
with an end of notched velvet ribbons.
Fimi Sti-mso. Smiling for a
baked lish should be made of line
bread crumbs, highly seasoned, with
pepper, salt aud sage. One or two
raw eggs beaten in with it also gives
flavor to it. A little butter is needed
if tho fish is not too oily.
MostjnTous. To keep mosquitoes
away dip a piece of flannel or sponge
in camphorated spirits, and "make" iC
fast to tho top of the bedstead. A de
coction of pennyroyal, or some of thu
bruised leaves, nib'.cii on tlte exposed
parts, will effectively keep off these
troublesome insects.
Si-icKD Bekk. Spiced beef, which
is delicious cold and sliced thin,' is
easily prepared. Choose a piece with
less fat than you would wish to have
in a roast; boil this until tender in
water in which you have put salt, pep
per, celery seed and clover: ihe
amount to depend on your taste
hick Wakii.ks. One quart of Hour;
half a teasiioonful of salt, one tea-
spoonful of sugar ; two teaspoonfuls of
baking powder ; one large tablespoon.
mi 01 uuuer ; two eggs j one and a
half pints of milk ; one cupful of hot
boiled rice. Sift the Hour, salt, sugar
and baking powder well together, rub
tho butter into the flour, ' beat the eggs
well, separately, and add the stiff
whites last of all.
I'inkappi.k PciiiUNU. Butter a pud-
unig aisu, ana line the bottom and
sides with slices ot stale cake (sponge
cake is tho best), pare and slice thin a
large pineapple ; place in tho dish first
a layer of pineapple, then strew with
sugar, then more pineapple, and so on
until all is used. Pour' over a small
teaciipful of water, and cover with
slices of cake which have been dipped
in cold water; cover the whole with a
buttered plate, and bake slowly for
two hours.
Huns. Two quarts of warm water,
two pounds of sugar, one and a half
pounds of butter, two ounces of all
spice, six eggs beaten by themselves,
one pint of yeast. Put the Hour,
yeast and water together about as
thick as pudding, set ly the lire, let it
nee i.o a sponge, a:ui mix the sugar
and butter together. Then beat the
whole together after rising and knead
in Hour enough, but not very stiff ;
make the buns small, aud brush them
over with egg just as you put them in
to the oven.
Tin: Siunx ox Silk. A cot respon
dent aks what will remove tho "shine"
from black silk. Tins cannot always
be done ; it depends on how much
worn it is ; but sometimes it can be
I t i
iiusneneii surprisingly uy sponging
wuu com coitec and ammonia a tea-
spoonful of ammonia to nearly a can
ful of coffee. Use a very soft sponge
or a flannel cloth : rub very ientlv :
and if possible to get along without so
uoing, uo not iron the Mlk at all.
Spread it out tmoothly while damp,
and pin tho edges to an ironing-table
or ooarci. ana let it dry in this way.
If it is too much wrinkled or folded
lay a cloth over the wrontr side of the
silk alter sponging, and iron it
htssus. "Whites
of
six eggs, one
(iuuuu oi piuvenzcu sugar, one drop
of rose oil. Put tho sugar in the dish
r l - i
first, and drop tho whites of esss fun
beaten) upon it. Beat them together
thoroughly for two hours. Drop on
tins with a teaspoon, turning spoon
round and round until the cakes are
very high and end in a point ; this
win kivc UlCIll a llllteil aniKi.n-.inrn.
When baked and still hot, stick two of
theiu to gether, using a little white of
egg it necessary. Lav thorn very aura-
fully upon an inverted sieve to cool.
They may also be squeewd , through a
uiviuil;iiu uay line inuy-iiugars, or may
may bo dropped in smooth round
cakes.
Toil.F.rSOAl'. DrinniiiL'S which aeon
mutate iu almost every household, can
i. i ? .... . . .
ue useu lor uie grease. I hoy should
first bo boiled in water, and tlio.i left
to cool; aftcrwardttlioyjdiould .bo ro
moved from tht-wafer and b'oiled'aloni
until tho water is exnelled. The whit
er tho grease can bo made tho better
thti soan will l)i.
The mmedieiits of
the soap (aj-o sis ' pounds of sa soda,
soven p"outvl of grease, threo pounds
oi uiisiacKened unie, lour gallons o
soft water, aud ouo half pound of bor
.1... .! .1 l! .1 . . -
. UUH UIU BUIli UIUU III till) W
a-
tor until they nrpUssolved ;' let th
mixture stand over night tosettlo
pour off the clear lye, to which add lh
grease and pulverjV.cd borax, and boil
to tho consistency of lionoy. Tako the
mixture from tho stove, stir in one
ounce-of sassafras or lavender, ami
pourit"lnM'a'tab', or what is still bet
..... ,:..v. . ,i.n t - i
and
when cold cut into bars nud put
boards to Urvaro '
Ail-Illinois farmer has omnlovml nntx
for very useful work, as he reports. lie
says ho is too lazy to pick potato beet
les from the vines, and ho does not like
to use pans green, in tins diienini;
ho bethoiiL'ht liims'i lf of tho tnieim
cious character of anta, so ho carried
into Ins potato fluid old nieces of woo
in which. ;uits had establishel their
homes, and left them to do (he woi
hast year: tlia' aiits domiciled In tw
old feucoiiiestf.llie tt, cleaned all tl
beetled from a riuarfc .of au acre, nl
though their iliimbcr was legion.
A Sentence Imposed Upon Murderers at
woum, uennany, in iuoi
from IM Saturday l!eviw.
George Wilde and Hans and H.ub.v
a llahn, were accused of several inur-
icre )crperatcd near Wolun, .in 105!).
After a few weeks' contttlcucnt' they
confessed and unfoulded n tale of hor
rois, of men robbed and' iniirdered op.
the roadside or iti their homes, of viola
lions of women.
Oeorgo Wildofhtimeratcil thirty nine
murders ho ht.tl committed? and I Inns
Itahn owned unto foitv murders. Both
slated, however, Mint the) could not re
member all tile persons tlify had iliitr-
ilered. llahn s witueoiiu-'fcil to be air
iccoiupliiofo'a liihiibcrof her ltihbhntt'V
murders. The sentence of the was court
as, follow's i i i Mi
Bo it ordained, That Hans llahn
and Oeorgo wilde, as mi awful example
to other similar evildoers, be placed
upon a wagon and taken trrtlic public
market place, where the first' joiiifi of
nil Mieir fingers, liit each scparafl'ly,
I.-,, i .. .t .. I.-. . r .. .1
Mum itu turn on wiiu hoi pincers , men
thev shall bo dragged by hoiscs over
the ground to the place of eecution,i
but so that. they, do not, Ipse too; much
strength ;thero tllcy? shall jitlvoj i.Kjir
arms and legs crushed by blows with
an iron wheel ; lastly, they are to be
tied to a stake and roasted at a slow
tire.
"Uaibara llahn is to be taken naked
to the place of execution, , whyret him
iiesh is to be torn ' tiy rod hot pjrfcers,
aud then she is to be beheaded with a
sword i her norpsoi is to be laid on the
wheel as a flight ful example to others.
"All this for justice Mike
This horrible butchery took nlace on
the 2d oi July, lCtil,at Volun..nnd was
ntne-sed by Weorge Wildes father,
who looked on with the utmost indiffer
ence. J to has also witnessed the exe
cution of his daughter without tho
slightest visible emotion.
A petrified Forest.
The Albuiiiienitm (X, M.) Journal
thus descr'ibostho appearance of a pet
rified forest near Corri.o, 'on the Little
Colorado river: ."The road at a dianco
.of ten miles JromCorrizo "enters' an ilii '
inense basin, the slope Leirjir nearly a1
semicircle, and this enclosed by high
banks of shale aud white line, clav.
Half an hour's good driving from this
point takes One to the heart of the for
est. The petrified stumps, limbs, and,
iii fact, whole trees lie about on all
ides, the action of the waters for hun
dreds of years ha gradually washed
away the high hills round about, arid
the trees that once covered tho high
table lauds now lie in thu valley be
neath. Im incuse trunks, some .of
which measure over five feet in dta
meter, are broken and scattered over a
spaco of three hundred acres. Limbs and
twigs cover tho sand in every direc
tiou and the visitor is puzzled.., asjlo.
wuero no shall begin to gather the beau
tiful specimens that lie within easy
reach. There are numerous blocks of
trunks of this petrified wood which
have the appearance of having been
just cut down by the 'woodman's axe.
and tiie chips are thrown around on
the ground so that one instinctively
picks them up as he would in the log
camps of Michigan and Pennsylvania.
.Many of tho small particles and even
the whole heart of some trees haye novy
become thoroughly crystalized and ) ho.
beautiful colored cubes sparkle in' the
sunshine like so many diamonds'.'
Every colorof the rainbow is duplicated,
in these crysta's. The graju fil the
wood is plainly shown in nearly, every
specimen.
Recent Liws-1
The Bellefonte Watchman has. taken,
tho trouble to arrange the important
taws signed by Governor Pattison
which are as follows :
Abolishing the sealers of weights and
measurers ; increasing the gratuity and
annuity of the veterans and widows of
ycrerans of the war of 1812 ; repealing
the recorder act of 1878; abolishingtbe
Philadelphia delinquent tax otlicc:: pre
venting lapse of timo from giving a
right tr keep electric wires perpetually
attached to buildings ; making ineligi
ble tj the ofiice of district ottorneyniiy
person who shall dot have been adjnitt
cd to tho bar two years prior tb "his
election , providing for valuntary tri
bunals to adjust labor disputes in the
iron, Meel, .glass, textile fabrics and
coal trades : providing for the supervis
ion and control ofj institutions for the
iusano , prohibiting the levying of li
cense tax upon persons taking orders
for goods by sample for individuals or
companies who pay tho tax at, their
chief place of business ; fixing the
standard weight of a bushel of potatoes
at sixty pounds ; enabling the Philadel
phia councils to secure testimony con
cerning tho management of the ciiyde
jiartments ; repealing the, act authoriz
ing market clerks to confijcate'shori-,
weight butter, lard, sausage,1tc. ; regit.'
lating the hunting and killing of web
footed wild fowl : preventing the
exemption of property on, jiidgetridnf
obtained for hftv dollars or less for
wages for manual labor; providing. for.'
to attend the public day scbtjSlsJuxg
empting building iissbciaiipnsi' fron?
state tax ; to protect dairvmon and nre
vent deception in tho sale of butter and
cheese, and regulating the busiuess of
intelligence or employment ollices in
Philadelphia.
Goad Help Eoon'omical-
1. j 5, rerry, writing in the Ohio
Fanner, says it pays to keep help to
do every thing in the best possible
manner, and just when it ought to bo
done; it pays to run the farm to its
full capacity. If you had hired moro
help, couldn t Vou have prepared your
wheat-ground a little better last fall
Couldn't you have cut your wheat be
fore it got so ripe as to shell, or bo
ioro tho straw beeamo worthless .for
'food 1 During the hurry of haying
and harvest, couldn't you have saved
your potatoes iroin going to tho bugs,
ami got some ,oi inq wepds out ot that
liorn t Couldn't you have got out that
stone in the spring, and saved that cost
ly break to your reaper? Couldn't
you havo got out those stumps that
hinder so muoh when you are plowing
and cultivating, and under drained
those wet spots where your wheat was
Killed outT Uouldut you havo cut
that clover before it got; so ripe as to
be almost worthless for feed, npd jiad
at horses last winter, instead of bare
ribs?
A farmer told mo only last week that
ho lost $100 by letting a piece of grass,
stand too long last summer i that it
was no better than straw for feed
$10 moro would havo saved it. An
oilier said his hay was like medicine to
his cows. With moro help ho could
have cut it early, cured it nicely, doub
led its value, and sued most of his feud
bill. Two or three dollars' worth more
labor .-pi-nt n your wlie.it ground, i
might hau' paid you, n t .nly on tin
capital stock, but a profit that tho mer '
chant and manufacturer never obtain 1
- - -vr y
Andrew Johnsons Econpjii)
c
sjirv1
t'leu'lmdliiitor. ta 1 L i
"lie was verv ccbnomicajl Hi
cumstances made him so when ho was
young, and his habits thus acquired
icn h
i ac
Stuck to hijn. Illiylied w
000, ninl thUwaHmfciy the
Ktlj $U)U,. ,
rfceuiriuln.'
tion of his salary mid interest, lie
made little Mr WnioifAyJ.oirhiidd hf Miis
salary. While ho was in Congress'ho
poor to buy
books, and io spent JiU kusuro time
about thd courthouse, 'in ' (tKcnVillej
reading tl.oso U'loiigiug there Ho
devi't p f a hurfo.oieariiage, and dur
ing his Congressional campaigns he
ono of tho reasons why ho did not give
his children college eduoaliojL" Ills
tlu.ee sous went taj.be commonfroumy
schooKOt the soutji, nnd the only m)a
He sent
this bo" to school for a few
monthi
nonths. Ins dmighters were Utile
faetcd, an(I'tireTVit at peorgetbw'n
vhilo he was 'in' thev White House.-
traetci
w
Perhaps he did not belleve'tu college
education. He had gotten along with
so little, liuiisell.
Many half-breed Cherokee women in
the Indian territory, writes, a cprre's-'
pondent, are cultH'.lti'J ' iti ihiud, beau
tiful in person, iudiilri'iusiiiiha))')!) anil,
will compare well with the more favor
ed womti) in the Xorfli and. East, They
have magi)ificaut hcaMs of hair, long
and black, all ihoif own, ! and with jet
black eyes aitdipcaijy, t;vtb, dressed in
that fashionable atti'ie in which they
all loo t appear, they would not be
recognized in Eastern drawing-rooms
as that part of tfie original inhabitants
of our country Jknowii. as, squjiws, a
name long sincc'Vepudiatcd, Lel(it be
known, then, thai white meii of 'worth
and chara'cler' 'apj pdpiilar hmoilg the
beatitifs of tiie territory, and four out
of live who cojriie j,o make p. home
among thein(niirry thes ; dusky maidens,
get a ci'ttzcnship,.surround' themselves
with ample acres'and1 the comfotts of
life, participate in the affairs of govern
ment and,becpuia tiie iiinost activo and
wealthy cltjzoiisjof tho territory. A
chief trait in the character of " many
whit men botbiin t!iis"cbmitry and
out of it isdo get, possession ot its pro
ductive lands. By Mininitting matrix
mony, they can kill two birds with one
stone, get a wifo and farm too.
Thinning Garden Vegetables.
Oermautown Telegraph.
It is gdnerally a fear with sowers
that their seeds .will not all grow, and
luany-woro.uro.HOwn than, .necessary.
This is all very well, oulyfit, requires,
so much after cultivation m thinning
put, which very few proper))' do, 'or if
Miey do it.is not done in time to'1 lie'
much uenolit to the groWm
crop. 'Any one who sees a field of tur
nip?, in the autumn will understand
what wu nwan it the harrow wcie
wo
drawn through when young over one':
half the. turnip f fields I'the'iinaYyiold
would bo one third more. Beets, car
roU4sa1sify, pariiijps atd similar (gar
den crpps, should be looked to In sea
son, aud reducqd go that tho plalits
statid to or three- inches apart. This
will be foilnd profitable if carefully
done. If it U found that the crop is
smaller than was, anticipated almost
any of these 'willido transplanted. We
have .seen, crops of parsnips anil beets
so set-out 'that made better, roots than
from seed Set out iii the reglnlar way,.
The "oibbage Pest.
Foftwq or threo years past the cab-.
bage crop has greatly suffered from the
worm', wind! has become a destructive
enemy of this valuable vegetable. Many
attempts have beeii made to get rid of
it by resorting to Half a score of djfjfc&
cat appliance's ; but so dense are the
leaves and bulky the hcad,that it is next
to impossible to dislodge all the wprms,
concealed as many of theni are, in the'
irqmwact layers. The best remedy
one indeed that seems to be as effectiis
arftiWderthTtdroumstanoes, it can
be is to take a half a pound eacli of
hard soap and kerosene1 oil, ili-uolve in
three gallons' ( of Jwater, with which
to thoroughly srjrikle the liepds. A
single application 9 1""1)' be sutlicieiit,
but as It may riot always bo, a second,
and perhaps even athird, may bo nec
esary. Tint pVcparation has been test
ed over and ever in' the most careful
manner, -and 'itis regarded, though very
-simple, as a pdsitive remedy. We
PJintitnqw.iu onet, in order tliat.thu
cultivators of tho cabbage may have
aiuploi tiuio,to be readyorth8"memy.
I. a
The Iiiiulsay Land andLumber.Ooia
pany, composed of Iowa and Indiana
men, have been buying timber land in
Arkansas fqijrfcifio time, aiuljivow owni
ItW.OOb aurdsonclialf of 'which is in
the Arkansas Valley. They proposo to
encct at, JUtle, ltock, shortly, one of
ipittliwsf, whicli will giveemployment
rto.ilWmenit'lfuy estimatu that they
can cut from their land l.'.'OO.OOO.OOO
feet of lumber.
Said thu editor to tho bore : "It isn't
that ho doesn't know enough to come
in when it rains he doesn't know
enough to stay out when it's not rain
inc;." If you lire gronlug (Iniy or il.i'.;
If your Hair UTIiIii, Urasli. , Ji;-,
Han.li, or Meal; 5
If you urn troubled" it Ilii Ddnilmfl',
Ili'lilii;:, or any Hd.iiur or Dl.s
eiwi of lliu .Scalji,
I. 3V
Ayer'mSirYigoi
It heal nearly uery .1 urnro l.ir tn
tho .cjlpjeheeks Ihftf.illliu (ill ,.f 1 id" if. r J 'I
ftiVll'r.'r.litslJfiliiii iibnlKii' inlni 1
jurcjuilli'l driving and tn.IT iti . . '
I'lltM'.UlUl 11V
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co,,Uv3j!.rih?s.
Sold hyain' Vj V V
i-. iudv
uomun
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11 imij Siiiia-daa .10 fliij
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01 08 ''ovi 'tniptiujw
'HOUIIJJJ MOl)U4Y I'll" JOO(
"titpjn 'idl"'H "'iv, '"I'liiui Vioo(
fiLKVAV 01IAV
accumulated SjU.UUJJnnd out ot his
salnryPieJiileJir.Oaa. The Pres
idents salnrvNvaalWaSi'.i.OOO. When
He studied Jaw ho Wi1- too
demWu-'dueStion givey.any one gf them
was to the'youngest lilo he wns-Prrs
ident, who was then twelvo years ol 1.
llBVt i-:i
Ijcar this, all yo pople, nnd give ear
fi an vo invalids of the world, Hop
Bitters will make ou well and rejoice.
,'Jl If 3liIJ;c)irp all the people and put
sickness and suffering tcr foot.
. Bo thou not rtVfiVwhen your fam
ily is sick, or you have Hrights disease
or Liver Complaint, for Hop Bitters
will cure you.
I. Both low and h'gh, rich and poor
know the value of Hrm Bitters for'bil
ions nervous and Rheumatic eimi
pinion. T,":
o. Cleanse mo with Hop Hitters and
I shall have lobust aud blooming
health.
(i. Add disease upon disease and let
the worst come, I am safe it 1 me Hop
Bitters.
7JlVr all my life lia e I liwti pl.iBiieil w Ilii 'lei
tifii ai'nj !oiys ninl not until n J cur ns;o w at I cun'd,
f 'irop Imters.
). He tfot kceix'Hi hlstxHUM Iroin achln? from
icmnalMn nml Xcuraljfln, Willi Hop lilltcrs,
Uoi'tli wlsclj.
llioutrli tnon lia.st Kiivs, ptmplcs frrvKW,
salt rheum, cr) MptliM, blood polsonlnt!, Jft
lltltors will rmioi them nil.
10. What woman Is there, feeble and slek from
femab' complaints, whoil'slretlmot ne.il'h nnd
unth Hop l.Iltens ninl Is ii(- irrtl.
It. lt not tieclect tu usi lion Hitters brlnii on
serious Klilney nnJ Uver complaint
14. Kcvp ttiy tbniftie from belnjf lumtl, thy bltwl
pure, nnd thy stomach trom Indigestion by uslnK
IIOPUUICTB.
13. Ml my pains and iichesnnd irtase o Uke
chaff Ix fore the wind wheal uo Hop Illttera.
14. Mark tho man who tens f.mr'i, ile.ul and
BtvrJiupby thbdwturj after nln? Hop Hitters
nnd Ifcometli vell.
16. Cftiv!nvou?lM,' i.
i... ..'! yen
. . Tirtl",i llitterx
eral di ullltv. and ui
ij tl.iUli
nllr lori u.
HAS BEEN PFJOVED
Tho SUREST CURE for
K1DMEY DISEASES.
Tirtt it Um beta er disordered win indi
catothatyotl Are ftictlml THEN DO hut
HESITATE; uso KidteyWort nt once, (dru
ffl3arcwcimeiidltaadit vrtUopcodily over
(vimrt thn duaruio and restore he-iltliy (icUon,
Em CI U I wZJm toyour bci, such aa pain
itdwoiikaM.nidneyAVortljiinjrarpaabed,
u it will act rrempUy and aofely.
i nihprknilnrjritlccnco.rctenUoacf urine,
brtcXdutrsrcpj'dpcsitfi,andiltt:i draeela
tuii.'fui ipiuy yjc.a 10 u curiUTo power.
O- BOLD UT ALT? DnUUaiSTfil. jvteo SI.
The only known fcpfdf.c for Kpllcrtlc Fits, "3
Also f(?r Spvwi and Falling blckcct. Kctrom
Vcatntutt'lHitantly rfllete and cures. Cleanses
blooU and quickens ilotrfrith circulation, Keutra
llzei permi ot dlicase nnd paves tlcltnesj, Cures'
A SKEFTIC SAID
'cely tlotclics anl tubbrn b'oi d lores. Eliminates
Bolls, Carbuncles and SckltlA. ril'.nuaiientlr and
rroraptly cures p.imlysi". Vet, It Is a charmlnR and
iealtliulrrlent. Kllfc FrrotuU and Klnps Evil,
iwln brdtHcrs. CbaSgcs'baJbrcntbto good, rcmor-
SftBWBlTifj
lnffthc cauxc. Routs b&lous tendencies and makes
clear complexion. Equalled by none In the delirium
lOf .fcrtr.A. c?iarmng t'esoUcnt and a matchlees
UxatlTC. It drives Sick Headache like Ihe lnd.
tzrcontitni no drastic cathartic or oflatcs. Kcllcrcs
(THE GREflfj
f,ClHlElRltflECl0r1lQlUlElRl0lRD
the brain pftnurbld tur.oles. rromf tlr curca r.hi u.
matUmbV routing It. Restores Hlc-elTlng proper
Uca tu tbo .lilovd. Is gulu-antctd to cure a'.l ner ous
dlwrters. ' tT.cllaUcJuhen all opiates fall, lie.
tresb.es tbo mind ana Itrrloratcs the body. Cures
djspepsla orronejrre(ti4ded.
Plseaf ca of Ui ljood rn It a coniueror. Endorsed
In writing br ovir 0U'Siioumih1 Uallng citizens,
clergymen and pli Jsfciaii In V. S. and Europe.
tjrFor sale, by all jjallng druggists. tlJO.
The Dr: 's. A. lilchnjtnd Medical Co. Props.,
FuJ.mi h, Mo. (!)
Cbarli-a Jf. CrlttentonJlAcent, Xtw York City.
SPEER'S
PORT GRAPE WINE.
UbW In tUoprlaClpllCluircUes for Commiralon
purposes:
Excellent for Ladies and Weakly Per
sons ana the Agea.,
Speer'SjPort Grope Wine I
FOUR 'YEARS OLD.
THIS OELKUK VTED NATIVK WINE U made
Irom the juice ot ilii) oporta orape, raised In
mis country, lis invaiuauie
Tonic ani Strsnrthsslns Propsrtles
are unsurnassed bvanv other Native Wine, lie
lngthe puro juleo ot tho ura2. produced imder
Mr. Speer's 6wh personal supervision, Its purity
and genuineness, are guaranteed. The youngest
child may pirtake ot its generous qualities, and
the weakest invalid uso It to advantage. It Is par.
tlculaily benetlclal to the aged and debilitated,
and suited to the various ailments that artecl the
weaker sex. It 13 In every respect A. WINE TO
US HELIE1) ON.
SPEER'S
P. J. Sherry.
Thn p. .1. SMKliiiY l a wine o( suDrlor Char
acter, and partJkes of till rich (pialltles otthe
grape trom which it Is male. For Purity, Itlch.
ness. Flavor and Medicinal Properties, It will be
touiia unexcelled.
SPEER'S
This iihandy stands unrivalled In this country
belntr tar aunerlor tor medicinal Durnoses.
IT is I'L'ltu distillation from the grape.aud con.
tains vnltinnlA medicinal nronerttes.
It uaa a ueucaio u-ivur, biuiiusr iu iu i ui iuu
'trranes. from tvht.h It ti dfetltledi and 1
aim i43Dva'a
yfavor auioneillrst-cliiv'ifandlles. 1 j,
f rce th tt the slgnatuif of AU'ltRtlfHt'EEII;
rasi
sale N.J. is over the cork of each Celtic.
SOJLD BY O. A. KLEIM.
" - ANll'liy.DnU(lUlST.S EVKUVVIIEHE.
-rrrSTKU X IML ricneit, cr.m
ir'' " i .71
BBS
on receipt ol25cti,
in poiiagt iismpi.
! Addretri BEAN & RARE. Wholesale Drugalilt,
Not. 47 ft 49 N. 2d St., Philadelphia.
Juno My uis
ADVERTISERS
Jly addrvulnir OKI), p. ltdWI'l I. Co., 10 Spruce
H., N' W ork, 1 .in 1 .tin tlx .v.i r i-t otuiitpro.
UUwOlil.- " 'I A 1 I It 1 11 Mi 111 Minn 1. N .13-
pai iv 1 ir lt)l iiki'l'iniiilili ti 'Or.
' 111) I AMI 1
1 .1, i. 1. 11
lr. 1, 1 ii 11 hi t 11 ,
our I'liim r 1, d 1 'i' ' ' '
ami p ru u. u- III UMIN rn
If 11 lorl
ItK
m:v
,tHlll'
(u , iil.-iMvlli Air.,
.nil' H I
WlEyElTOIilU8D
J. S ALTZER'S
Qonoral Sowing Machine Depot.
Fifth Store Below MM St ,
IBLOOMSBURG, PA.
Celeliratecl White Km'm Machine,
New Davis Verlk'nl tVcd Sow
ing Mnohtiir,
Now ITonic Sewing "iiiicliinu,
1
ITouH'-Iiold Sowing Miu-liitip.
Estt-y Sewing MiK-'iinc,
Genuii.o Singer Sowing AltK-liino,
Singer Pattern Sewing Miu'hine,
Attacbtnt'DM. twal Selo? .Machine Oil, and Nee
dles for ull bewiui,' mac lines, sovlne JUcliltios
sold on monthly jnym'nts" tlhcral discount
made r ir cmi. every mnc'imo nurenjica trotn
me Ik wnrmntedtoria kept In rooiI rannlnt; rrirr
for lira venra tr, L- o( Uiarin. BhJ tliiir.ilMh.ln-
8trucUoD3 given by the bet 1 idy operator la tuts
part oi ini iiatijirve ui uinrtfu cx imiut- my
stock of machines before purchasing.
NAVALaBAni.E&.
Hewaa.1 fTSI.nic rictoriai luiioi) Dime Rieai ri nunnci , ,
Notia. , tirMeairsi wnecior -iiiiprKw. u. J. r. AiirfM
J.C M.CUKDt &CO.,6jjCltStSt.. I Wt. If'p i. r.
.tune 'Vty it'd
LEGAL BLANKS,
ALWAYS ON 11AX1)
AT THIS OFFICE.
no longer fronYDyspop
slji, Indigestion, want of
Appotiiw,103sof Strength
luck of Energyi Malaria,
Intermittent Fevers, Ac
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS nevcrfailstocure
all these diseases.
ntcti, November s6, iC8i,
n.trv v Chemical C
O' nt.Tncn t Fer e.n I hive
ttcl.sfce3lu.Trc.on, Dysj'tpia.
btiJ could gut no relief (laving tried
cverythtt g uhich v.i$ rccomnitn i
cj until, at-itne on th idvl-c cf .1
fneni, who hjJ been Lece fitted by
Ikon Hum si tried a
L nle, wlih mcst t.urpniii 5 rcsulti,
1'ierlou to taVtrjj IIkown's Ikon
llirTEfts everytliinu 1 ate distressed
me, and I mtTered gr&uly from a
turning cn.ition tn tle ttomach,
vhiihvtns tinbearAMe. Since tak
ing IIkown's Iko:i IJittep, all my
tituUci.ire at on end. Can cat any
time ulthcut any d'sarecaUe tc
iult. I am practically another
person. Mr. W J. Flvnn,
30 MavtricV. Sl, II. Hasten.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS nets like a charm
on the digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic
symptoms, such as tast
ing tho food, Belching,
Heat in the Stomnch,
Heartburn, etc. Tho
chly Iron Preparation
that will not blacken th
teeth or giva hendncho
Sold Uy oil DrugylnU
Brown Chcmie&l Co.
EnltlrvKwo, Md
Ste that all Iron Diners are made by
llrown Chemical Co,, UahEmore, and
have crossed red lines and trade 1
marl, on wrapper.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS,
EV1AKE HENS LAY
An Enltsti Vdt!rlnarv Surireon and Chemist.
now travelln? In this country, sava tint mst of
tn uorae and c I'.tie t-owaers awi nero are worm
less trash. II) Kiyi that .SUerldtn'i l indllloii
Powdnni aretnsolullvDnre andltninonslv vlu-
aole. Ntn ng on eirtti will nuki h-nlla? like
Sheridan's Cjalltlon Powders. Due. 1 teasown-
ful to 1 pint 10 a. samevorrwuere, orsjni oy
man tor s tetter-sumps, i. . .diivsos t 10..
11USTJN, .IAS UW dU IU 3J-1),
piLRSOMfS'
JDurgative
MAKE NKW HIOII BLOOD,
Ami illl pniiinleielv plianze the blood In the en.
xiruKyhieui in inn' iuqiuils. au trfnuii hu m
lake ono pin eacn nignt irom unu 10 iwi-iiu ms,
way Iw restored to wiund health, 11 such a thing Is
po.-i.iini. nir cunnv fi'mai" Liimpi.iiius iulivj
VilUhavflnocnuai. 1'hVhlclans use them In IlK'lr
practice, hold everyn Iu re, or wnt by mall Inr'JG
l,eiii.s 111 Mtuuira. twiin lur n uni'iie i. .iwii.-.-
ht)N it) lioston, Mass. ipr n
AJd-T mo.
Ufa H sweenlng py, go
dare IMore von die
inlm mlL'htv and fu L I
iinin ir.iv,i iM'iiinii ill cnniiuiT I
time." IM a week ou own town. 3 outtlt free.
No risk. Kvt ryuiing now. 1 x nui 1101 rsiuirer.
Wo will furnUh vou even thin?. Many are making
fortune. Lankx unkoat. much M men, and bo) s
and gnu ms to great .pay. tteuatr. ir-you irsnt
rum d.iv an me
lliLLKIT CO..
ronianu, saixu in-t.s, sj it,
b LTicet
rjnct. Jttritttrmi,
Juno 3. My u&
O0LDIERSH0IL00
Si
I!
bnlfor cqrr.cw clreultrs enntslmtt; ntiur ot
ntmoit Importance lull n.n.Ulir" nr ll.eir belts'
rcuiiuniiuuiiiiv.,1 niiiiiifumui
llurM. S'lul uil. fltid all oth, ri Airal ,t Him i
rotot pnimplly iM laiaiuilv upli ltn, Addrcti
wlthsliroii -W.II.1VII.MA tO.,r"
lUicU Ho -lis Vntlilimliiu. J. U.
tow, Ucu.r-
lit. llJUlK
lfl l1 li. ui.
, UI.UV. Kill.
I ilw,Lilr
. 1.4 ul. inJ
, irdtl.iti.rcb
uus are cou
4 aim fttuLu
World ttlliwbfraw 'rite no I ! n t.
til tUentwii -1 1 in 1
th ioori Loff L- tn,',i .t
troIUtt ty rauti.iii f-. i,,r , u , i
SltU, - . Ki
aa uif n.
ti. I l
, reiulii it fur
1 tnaoVwl.4
Itdeliihli. Pa.
nr
'
,
a'd
1 y, Mb lui
Suffer
ON 30 DAY'S TRIAL.
TIIE VOl.TMP llRl.Tl'O . MnMlilll. JIlMi.. l
send 1)11. HVCS Ugl.nilllATKII I'.LKm'ltOAot.
. TAU' IIM.TH Hint Rt.KrTHIf AlTl.lAM Ks ot
I lilal fir 3 ils)s to innn (oung rr ohIi who p f-
niceti wmi prvous ui'Diniy. Loai mibih.v. r i,
kind nil 1 rou Mo, j.-wtMiitcpHis; fc iiw iU in
iict ivuiHf ,111 ol 'ii'tUtliaud maim ig r. Ad
divisi at l'vp.-N, 11 Su rtnk Itii'iincd, -tbi)is'
trill isnlloncil'
Fnb. Sfu-ljr
trvw.trc
4
11. t m r
, .A.".'V
, .'li 1
ullll (I
lint ni',1.
l l v.f'i); i
SMI ll'.t
n 1
Ever 11 Jistey Organ
Sutd Is tnud
Tlirougliout with
Equal fidelity, and
1 (elds unrivaled tones.
Semi for Illuitratttl Catalogue.
sHPI
OrfelirnliMi 0 li io keying, lh e:rs
& Po:ncl. anil NewlEng
'hvnol Pianos..
Am! utlun' first ciiisf Pinno-, and n lai!;r lot of
IJll mmi Stmt Mml
MUSIC ISOOKS,
VIOLINS. ACCORDEONS,
BARTJOS5,
lliOSIC! AL m 6! UIIIT TIE ,
VIOLIN STRINGS,
,ii , .... .
Ami v.ve.vytlumg in thv jfffBRic line.
J. SALTZBB,
FIFTH STOKK BELOW MARKET STREET, '
BLOOMS BURG. Pa.
Meady To, Mo rMiiM BfgM
TMMCf WI'TM WW I
SUPERIORITY 07
Excellence of
PERFECTION OF
FIT.
Unrivalled Stock
of Fpring Clothing
.Maniifiictiiivil
iirrHly for
1 ih.
' Wo
gilftijiitilcp, ,.,
Styks Oiialitv. .
W finil Woikintitbliii)'
Also a Very Superior Lino of Gouts' FURNISHING GOODS
for Spring and Summer,
TIIK , LATCST AX I) NKWKST SPUING STYLUS OF HATS,
Just Received, at
the Popular Clothing Store of
I). LOWENBERG.
PIA1TOS,
PINli IXLM1) FIJUXOII WALNUT CASH OlUiAN, V STOPS, S'JO (JAS1I.
V.nny Tornix. StiilHinclloii (Jiiarnntcctl.
ii-A.aoir'S 3PIA.2STO Wl.K.E nnnMR
Ml.'cir HALL IIL0CK,
mi iwmia
$72;
Aw ik niJe at home tr iiiotndustri.
ous.. Hast bUslai!U ttiw, hetorn the
public, capital not neeihul. u' will
Start VOU. &lun.wnmAii. Imva nrl t.lrlj
wanted cvoryivhere to ork for us. 'now is iho
im. ou can wo'k la spire time, or ulvo vour
th010 IttnO tO the hUSllirK. N'nnlliv tilisfnaca
Uvlh pay )Oii nearly as well, No one can Ull to
nun- vuvrinuuis pay, uy encagtne at once. Costly
It and terra irve. Honey niai(e last, easily,
honorably. AddrM Tkvk , id. Au,-.inn
'6. ))e..i, ?1y,
nr.a 1
.Mali.
ITOJHPB INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS
roit ti
V
foil TUB
Anc) Oil UllloilS Cnmnlnlntn
B.ifo 10 , be p .ri.y viiinal. , 1 In .-ru in.,.
.. . ..c 1 1 .ri.i vil'i
I'tlcu ttwuu, AllDi
nan . 1 in
Tui'i-ia
Thoro is no Baking
Its qualities, Medicinal and Culinary, guarantoo Health
and Luxury.
Jtivcrii buyer should
Select an Organ
That (guarantees good
JUrci'u dug work md
Years of service.
J. LSTPy & CO.. Ilrottlohoro.Vt.
mm wmmmm
to Ik- tltu ,
UKST.
iyirjiEs-EA.a.B. pa
Jur.i 1
WISEi
iieople arc always on tho
oolout for chances to In
crino th' lrcarulnif8,and Iq
limn hr-nrnA tvnftllhv. Ilirj
Q do not Improve their opportunities remain In
iK verty. Wo oiler a (treat chaueo to tnuko money.
Wo want laony men, wotnon. b-s uul girls to
work forus iliiht In th own localities. Anyone
can do the work Propelrlrom the nrst start. The
buiineis win pay more y an ten times ordinary,
wajt Eipeptlvo out,,l)(urnlshe4 ftee, No one
who encuges falls to " i V ta roonoy rapLtly," vZu.
can dototo your who'e inak'to thu work or only
your spare momenta, fumou inforinatlon and al
Ilii U tifeiled ient Irot' 11 n sn wsok ; Co
I'urlland, Maine. Dee, s, '.-ly
"THE tlCBT 13 OHEAPS8T."
ENGINES, TU D CCIJ C n O SAWMllLS.
Uorsd'ovrri
,1 llllkUIILIIOMl.ll,H.ri
ltOftt)R.n liuid. ) IMTH.-rurS'sis l. inui.pAiiirtdet
VlatuTlMiAulUiuui&Tiulur Cu., atwiAUtlJ, QhJg.
Powder equal to iho
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
nUNNSYI.VANIA
I ADF.MMIIA ft En
jJoUl'HKKN CENTllAr.
lUNNSYI.VANIA IlAIMlOAl). 1'IMI,.
tnin k. it. division ami
, HAII.WAY.
T1MB TAIJLK.
MAy 14th, !M, 'lTnlns IoApSnr.
IlXsTWAIlI),
Id effect
bury.
9.85 n. m. Hon Shorn KxpreSH for Ilnnlsburir
ana imcrmraiaio nraiions, uincuipr, I'lillmicl.
phlo, Siiw Yotlr. lhiltlmoro ana Washington, nr.
riving t rhlUdrlphla 8.10 p. in. i Now York, fi.s.i
p.m.i Uiltlraoro, .()3p. m.i Wnhlntftnn r..4j p
m making closo eonncctlous nt I'hlladcliilila lor
nil pea Blioru pulnts.
1.53p.m. liaycjprc for Ilaril'BiirB nml In.
tcrmodlnto etntlons, Ijincaatpr, l'hllndclpliln, New
York, lialtlmoro ana Washington, arrlMne at
Philadelphia T.ss p. m. t New TTotk, tn.v'j p. in.
lialtlmoro, T.15 p. tn.; Washington, 8.40 p, m, Pun!
man l'arlorrar tin uurU to i-hllndclnlihi nnd pa.
penger coaches throURh to Philadelphia nml Hunt,
more.
b.jo n. m,- Wllllamsport Acfominndallun for
llarrlsluri; nul nil luictmudtato it.Uli.ni Ian
caur, l'lillntlt'lpuia und New York, arriving nt
1'hlladi Ipl.ht if..53 . in.; New Y01U o.wi a. in.
Sleeping car on-ommodattons e.in be FPcuicd nt
ltarrlsburjf tor l'lilladeli'hla nnd Now York, l'hlla
delphla passengers can remain In Kleej r imdL.
turbid until 7 n. m.
s.05 a. in. Erie Malt for Ilnrrlsbuvg and Inter,
mediate, stations, Lancaster, Philadelphia, New
York, lialtlmoro and Washington, firrlvlnc at
Philadelphia l.w a. in,; New York, u.vo a.m. .
lialtlmoro 7.40 n. in. 1 Washington, 9,10 a. tn.
Through, rultinan sleeping cars aro run on this
train to Philadelphia, liaitlinorunnd Washington,
and through passenger conches to Philadelphia
and Baltimore.
WESTWAUU,
n.s3 a. ra. Krlc Mall for Erlo and all Intcrmedlaip
stations with through Pullman l'al&cu car ami
through passenger coaches to trie, and through
Pullman l'alacQ,car3 to lluffata via limporluin.
For Canandalgua and lutermodlato stations,
ltoehester, lluiralo and 'Niagara rails, with
through Pullman Palace ear to Canandalgua nnd
through passenger coaches to ltoehester,
1.0S p. in. Niagara Kxpress for Kane and Inter
mediate stations with through passenger coaches
to Kane, l'or Canandalgua nnd 'principal inter
mediate stations, lloohesier, Uunulo and Niagara
Fulls with through parlor car to Watktns and
through passenger coaches to ltoehester.
6.V5 p. m Fast line fer Lock liavcn nnd Interme
dins stations, and Klmlra, Watklnsandlnlerme
dlaU) stations, with through passenger coaches to
.Lock ltaTen nnd Watklns.
THUOUQII TltAlNS FOIt'Sl'NIll'HY FKOM TIIE
EAST AND MOTH.
Nlaira Express le tvei
I'lilladclDh:a, T.4iia. m.; lUltimote T,8 n. m ar
riving at aunbury, l.usn. m., with through l'uii.
man Parlor car from PhludelphU and through
pusoputj-er coaches from l'hlladolphn nnd Haiti
more. Fast Lino leae3 New York S.eo a. m. s I'lilladol
phla, .l.iij a.m.; WaF,ilngton, 9.30 a. m.; llaltl-
more, iu.43 a. 111., nrrr lug atunuury, o.a) p. m
wnu turougu piss 'ngei' eoacnes from 1'hll
illadel-
rum uuu iiauiuiurt.
Erie Mall loave3 Now York S.OO n. m.; Phtimipt.
pnla, ll.so p.m.: Washington, 'Jf,j p. m.; llaitr
10 p. 111., urnving at Kuouurr, c.'jj a.
turouk'h rill mm riunui uloenlnir cars from
hlladelohla. Washington nnd IJaltlinorn ami
through passenger coaches Irom Philadelphia.
KDUKV. IIA7LETON & WlLkm-BARUli IUII.UOAI)
ND NOKTII A WKST UKANCIt ItAILWAY.
Mall East loaves Snnbury fl.tJ a. m., arriving at
Dloom Ferry J.41 a. tn Wilki s-barro u 20 a. m.
Express East leaves Sunbury 8.85 p. m., arriving
nt Hloom Ferry c.ai p. m., Wtlkos-barro 6 10 p. m.
Mall West leaves wllkes-barro 10.80 a. m nirlv
Ingat Hloom Ferry Roo.p. ni.,sunbury 12.69 p. in.
1 Exprebs West leaves wilkes-barre So n. in. nr.
rlvin;
in.
ut tlloom retry " 07 p. m, sunbury Mp
L'HAH. r.. rutin,
(icn. Mansger.
J. II. WOOD,
lien. Passenger Agent.
piIILADELPJIAANi READING ROA 1
ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER
TRAINS.
Maysr, is
THUMB I.EAVI RCrilRT AS F0tX0wa(8CNDAY
IICKfTlD.
For New Yorlr.rhlladclphla.lteadlng.l'ottsvlllp
Tainaqua, Ac., 11,43 a. m,
For Catav.lssa, 11,45 a. m. 4 to and l,so p. m.
For WUllamsport,6,l5 e,w a. in. and 4,o p. m.
TRAIK3 FOK BUFBRT LBAVK AS KOllOWS, (BOMPAT
ISCIPTID.)
Loavo New Yorli, via. Tamanend 0,00 a. m. and
via. llouud Brook Itouto T,15 a. m,
Leave Philadelphia, 9,W a. in.
Leavo Heading, n,s a. m., Pottsvlllo, ia,5 p. m
andTamaqua, 1,35 p. tn,
Leavo Catawlssa, G.1Q ,0 a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
Leavo Wllllamsport,9,45a.ra,!i,nop.m. and4,so p. m
Passengers to and from New Y'ork, via. Tama
nend and to and from Philadelphia go through
without change of cars.
J. E. WOOTTEN,
. Genoral Manager!
C. O. UANCOUK,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent.
yattiiu, laoi 11,
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
WEiTEUN liAILUOAU.
CLOOMSBURQ DIVISION.
NOHTII,
STATIONS.
Scranton..,,
..liellevue. .
T-.iylorvllle.,
., (Lackawanna.
...... Pittston....
hOLTH
a.m. p.m. p.m.
9 30 s le c 17
p.m. p.m. a.m.
9 13
9 45
9 119
9 03
S 56
S 43
3 43
S 37
r. M
li 37
6 31
C 41
411
C 51
O 55
cr.t
7 us
7 10
7 II
7 tl
7 SO
7 37
5 IM)
8 !3
6 40
8 50
9 00
S 00
S 05
9 37
9 30
0 45
9 fi
0 53
to 03
10 t8
9 91
9 19
.. West Ptttston
9 14
Wyoming....
Slaltby
.Bennett
Kingston,,.
Klnirston....
S S5
9 W
0.1 9 04
1 50' 9 01
10 16
M
3 54
3 02
3 CtS
8 10
3 IS
3 33
3 43
3 61
3 67
4 07
4 IS
4 ao
4 S7
4 33
10 IP
10 SO
I 49
.Ply month Juno
s m
I 35
S !3
....jiymouin...
Avcndalo ...
Nniitlcoko..
1 95
6 07 1 IS
5 00 I 03
7 40 It 43
7 33 VI 25
I Sil II IS
7 'in li 00
7 13 11 17
7 09 11 40
7 05 11 33
6 (7 11 11)
6 tl ll) C3
0 45 10 30
II 37 It) 41
6 IS 10 tl
0 10 10 08
0 04 10
it
6 47
S S9
8 It
5 17
8 li
6 0(1
7 M
7 m
10 54
10 43
10 to
11 07
llunlock's creek
,..-uicK8ninny.j
...Hick's Ferry.
...Iieach Haven.
-Berwick..
.....lirlar Creek..
...Willow Orovo.
Llrno ItldfO..
11 13
11 20
ti 0
8 1u
8 ti
K .10
in
1 33
T 99
..Epy
11 S
11 4G
11 U
11 65
13 13
Bloomlburc..
Kunert
Catawra Bridge
4 33 8 3,1
4 66 6 63
9 till
5 CO 9 04
5 83 0 ?U
7 11
..jjauviue.,..
..Chulasky,.
..Cameron..
e ii Northumberl'd
13 43
p.m. a.rn, u.,m.
p.m. p.ta, a.m
W. F. HALSTEAP, Supt,
superintendent's onico.jscranton, Feb. 1st, If S3,
HIRAM SIBLEV&CO.
Ti en Aim
CROP IN JULY I
pend (or t'CATALOCUEA PRICEtlSTi
HIRAM SIBLEY & CO.
ROCHESTER N,Y. CHICAGO ILL.
179-183 MAIN STREET. 200-20G RandolchSt
A&S Feb 9-1 y
PAYNE'S I O Horso Spark-Arrostlng
Portable Kn.ilno Im cut 10,100 ft. of Jllchleau I'ltm
Jioards In 10 hours, burning slabs from the saw In
I'lShWout lengths.
Our to Horu v Uuarunla to furnish power to
caw 8,0)0 ft'tt of Hemlock Hoards la 10 hours- Our
li Uoiu u-Ul cut 10.000 f.l In uma tlmu.
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fuel aud water .than uay other Kn-t-tiM
not titled with au Automatic
Cut Off. If you want a Stationary
or l'ortabla Kuglra, IlollKr, Circu
lar Saw-Mill. Miaftini! or Pullers.
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HVroufht lroti Pulley, ad furiwr
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