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THE COLUMBIAN AKD DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
This Qsart-j Tit SivA.
Mr. lltniitrw. a Ms lV, "H
PaMainx Paj, sas tfc a awl lo
of firsa hef an? fi r-ulv red
1 by a. wial of pfr tmagtiMMi
for juMor thens, , Aay Vio.1 of pte
totr5d Jths ryyt Imi io ii oft
thoazhi to l"ftwf eaa-3 and the air
m nrn o srvj iron may
floors tb.it tfe hira-si, it often rotted
by it A horV hsags id (j eaa
o, fH to suffer in sa aa al!SGpfr.
wtin tanned teat&er and viraish are
ipotk. Xo doab. a tr&l letl of di
m! vtsm borsw is da to tJw cuua.
A hm n on oa 'Id oely xilh
cm& eye, and a yle fight from a win-don-
strain lfc eyes aaeimiJly. Tt?
light shotM ew tato a itabfe dirwetiy
ia front of th lww at-d it sboeld t
! loa bright. If th viadoTr easat
be on tfc rwnh ld it !oaH b cor
trrf with Kmerah to rsteflox- tk
fight ; but iff 'tabte onld sever ;
wbolir dark. A stable "Hotld be airy
Shi It Xakru!
r i that acrnst titm
TV owe- iomMaI tbtory Mint mlv
im aVwri-! only la roeifjr fc
e-Jiti. mk1 tltowil lav --riax of
forge tv! hal, U ooVtiz'X letnfeir,
i. Ike f-MjorXf f 'tis nctte' are aow
BaVl araoa2 NtJrabuaat of eita
and Voc ntitMl Vta.ttU.
Bat "lajioz aside ali q-esliocn of
liwj n ewrxt fiotto facevrkh tl
vital ae-tVs. what rcaUra t aad
kow u it to VesocsfaHy vaivjerHaed?
To tfc Srt ttHjsiry we reply, a1 irw
On1 air) lows waiea la! word is d-fv-L
eipliim iM ehuieter ercily. Bid
air take into th laotp asd di'ai Bat
ed tfcrorzzb tbe txi, wom tk
nHb tTiUBx. aw tTpboii ferr, tnah
ml fTr. iievtbrU aad ot&; dan
gtross follow. EqaaRr
eSet reit froa cotxaai&iteo wiltr,
txvl lraimse. or eotiUactd orer-ei-
a-vl weH vtiuii:fI, bat nut abet to i cnioa. x tiny all eime km of Brr
ilrafu; a draft ripoo a bon yet wiia j Bf, j of i&y-iet! eH
vita rt win untur taixre am, a I tro-z
if it da ootb'mg wor r, it wffl JMiTcn J Jfafe-isl powon eauwA be detected
mmtaaler dart. A tv ach rat-1 bv etermeal utj. twlu onir kdotsi
Uie- win rata aay hors. I by U etScctt ajrtn the tj'.lem.
ing on tbe -vse tiKt ai Ajeut,
aa ulnrAxr.tr: of Kzbt ia Ut nbeitm
prorideil for ctook ia wister w a point
which boaM not fce orerkvollced, for
larkoei4j U at inituie to aoioak a
it if to plane. Iltntrn big3 sol
ing much of tJsir time in dirk ten
meol, are tale, MeUy, aad dwarfed.
OiTifininj tb lorer aniaal4 ia du!c
foarter,'bi a sinitir efxeet retard
ing growth, and tedoeiog rigor. 3(ieft
of the bfirin4 arrwng bones H eaa
ed by tfeetr btisj brwgbt oddii!y
from a dark nialAe into tbe strong aan
lighv, which U wpdaDy tr-rnVben
retlectJid frpm nj. The otxsaings in
heltirs are dosed with board or suay.
"to kcp oat the old," i anfortanately
tbu kep oat the light alio, 10 that 3
majorily-of the stabtes ia Ujh ccoctrf
are dark for tbrw-foartb of tbe time
ilariflK which animal are cooSaed in
them. ThU u all riht at niL'bl, bat
'dano2 tbe daT-Ume the stable thoaid
be as tight i tbe dwelim?, and made
to in the game way by gun timow.
A few panes ol aad i.nh will not
exx much, ana a more proataOie la-
Teatment cannot b
. . 1 . . . t
rira bealgMtses Ssr 1624.
The foraign iraralzntwo for tke
year jsl etched kwiaJtenoff aboot
twenty rcect. the arritac bg
abtMt oe nowdred tboarid Ies than
dotityg 1&S3. TM ai o bare bxn
expect!, iatirTrnfthe eenral bnu
tietM dtfittsiMm ib tbif eovntry and tbe
grawiag jeiniiy of hl araflable for
tettlement. An addkinn of more tkaa
WfJ&y) 10 otr MaiatMa from far
eiga soaree- iadientet rtry eiearly,
howeier, that Ue Urketl Stated if Jtifl
looked opoa a the mt desirable
haTeti for oppred aad aafortnate
bamiaitr in the world. Akkoozb tbe
XA'.x. haA beea a eocaparalirtly dall year j
i far xt Unrai'rtMym i ennereei, no
otber eojtry can begin to 'so- n 'g
a a aceeuion to its pip-rfa:i3 from for
A rte-r of tb Mioai5ty of tbe
dtixa will not be wttfeoat ifv-ter-r.
Tbe ompVle Sgirts eaa only
be giren for eVi mostbt esdiog
Xoresiber 30, bat they are oeat to
how the drift. Germany farai'hed
by loeg odd the rsot immigraaM, the
tszmter reaching 150,551. Ireland
ttnd cert in tbe Kt, whb 57,033.
I England and famwhed 51,615
Oft '.f the wont esuesof mil i aad Canal 1 43.4 IS. Swelen stnd4
that of Mm. C. r'. Bhen, l 87 t fifth, with 23. 4M, wb's Aatri. :or-
. V.lV.SfVf,UTU' imm witJj .T-ry hnutetW for tke
Aen Enmb Remedy ta acd des trr jtir. Oar
care contracted eociamftioa. Aik fr ' DrartM, T. 1. Aa-Wrwa, rto-aasal.
circalar. An eatlrely bw raedkiae, 1:S
saraBtMd f "Hep Bitten lo ate.
gcaraate-d. . 1 toyfc, :
I ia eatirel cartrf, aad brarSy reorau
-' lm h r- II I, Hr
mr- r it
John Herltr-rr, i, Kjo4, iow
td 1 biife-4 oh tbrrr aetr and
harretted 135 beuhet o. eeod wheat.
Tbi M at ttr rate of fiat-Be bo.beU '
per acre, and atuety buhei fer every
baibei of seed force.
nfil Hop BtUeri tnmtj
ser. tssexaer. jw.
e. J. D. WU '
I write UrU ai
Tokea o! tbe great tpaceetalaa I kite
. " ' wisa taioeunT rSKaatuiaat :!
Jv4.ll. Jleicer state toat iadigeS' Twvtutr
tion prepares every one fer dea.'e,bcV- ( S-rta jean, i4 at aiaJI-tae es-nl e
eaarantees Meiers Unijet'ia liU'il itorseaar
to enre all form. of iodiiretton.
L. a. j.wrt. w
Wkb fat cattle at even eeat. per
1 a breeder Sad that in feeding
tear poaail of corn and fodder togeth
er, out fine, with two poccds ef Kaseed
(seal to each iteer, tbe corn aloce
bring abotit seventy ceaU per bosbeL
AikJaintr-i IL ilereer alat Acker's
Bloi Elixir, the only preparation
gutranleed to cleanse the blood and
remove all cbroaie dtaen.
Uaia i tried two td! yaar Uep
Bhten, aad to vsj snrprlw I m . well t-
oar u ever l wu. 1 atce
"Ye mr have
"la tail tTtat x&S"
Anjrose! wliW'ag taiao more
aSyxii rnr care ?
Caa leara bjr tMtvtfmt E.M. .
Vnntua, IMt lath stmt, VaM-rSaa,
hraumr tke tmt nmer la eitea
toe pare air. Laxe a
nnder the eaves. The
Filth Sc, Tror, Y. Hr exp-tieaee,
f tsvat Talae. m sirea, tbu ackers
aviy reeetre like benefit. Sie siifttfrod
aot oaiy from raalaria, ber complexioa
beiag ol a soff roa ba. bat abo from
c-alsrgeeMtu of Uw Kf er. Her appe
tite was rareajo. peeiaJly for aetd.
-Oae ilay, says Mr. Boten. "ray
kysiwiia a,kei for a fnpte of flaid
for cheniteal aalyi. 1 wai iJKrn
parsing 7 oancfei a day, wburh be re
porttd a verv bid,' aad that be coald
do no more for tne, a I bad afl the
iadieatknH of brishlN diea.e, I tSen
went to x specfafMi- on Madbon Aye-,
wbo recommended elerSrieity, saying I
bad spioai dta. For sir months I
did not have a natarai mov'satnt of
the boTirel. I took in all 125 electri
cal treaaaeot. I was roach bloated,
aad hive weighed as high as 175
poands. I woald hare periods of semi-
utcicioxos eenng my tneocs,
bat being nnabte to converse. Hack
ing piics pierced the base of my brain.
I became so dixzr I coaM not walk
tews the door without support. I
made. Shotting I also to a crest extent lost my memory.
also shots oat I then betran to use a preparation I had
air becomesi heated and lighter, as it
becomes fool, and will rise and pa4
oat at this crevice, and theontnde,
pare air, being colder and heavier sill
enter. The animals will bave pare
air, and no bUsts will strike directly
frequently heard of. bat ronfe I bad
bat Kttle faith in."
At fimil nude me deathly sick.
1 bat after tbe bile had been eliminated
I brrran to amend and dismissed my
bhTiidan. AVhen 1 commenced the
i new treatment i wtigaeo iwj poanas.
In three mocths I was down to my
n pan their bodirf. Learinjr oteniccs I natural weight. HO pound.. I hare
in the roof, and botlding small hoa.'es I a good appetite, my liver perlorms its
(often Improperly callfd enpotas), with I fancttons, my complexion U good, and
way and Italy swelled tie aew popu
lation aboat'l 3,000 each. It witt b
eea by this statement thit the immi
grants ofTectoaie of St roa origin
comprise nearly 30QMX or two-thirds
of the estire osmber.
Hard as tinvs are thoagat to be in
this eoHRSry tbee statistics of immi
gration iiwiieate that they mast be
maeh banlrin most other eocntrirt.
Ilea don't leave borp an-1 fatherland
by the botMireds of taoasnl for fan
generally. They only leave when the
strazgle for existence" has become too
bard to be logger conlinaed with a
hopeful chance of acce. Ph.il.
lattice work sides ores them, is a splen
did war to ventilate b trcs and stabies.
and improve the looks of tbe baud-kg-
Jndgcg It7 Six V-
no one wookl tmnK irom my appear
aoce that I had ever greatly improved.
3Iy heaIachest and diznne-s have dis
appeared." The ca-e of William "VaI
h&i Loansborv, of 223 Itke St., Chi
cago, ill. is another remarkable one
He gay ' "I" n-dditioa to being dixzy
Tee Jfairw FnrmtT uies a vervlawi bavin" a eallow complexion, my
sensible view of the common plan of digestion was very poor and I suffered
jodging live stock. It says that a almost, continually with sei-ere pains in
scale of point has 2 fadnatioo for my bowel. Finally, 1 became too ill to
Borne men, including some very com- leave my bed and called in an allopath
petent jidges, bat that piper woald
coant it general adoption a misior-
iKTarefnlly prepared -cale of the de
sirable points in animals of different
breed are valuable ; chiefly, as we
think, as a help to inextenenced
breeders or observers In familiarizing
themselves with these point. Tbe as
signment of comparative value to these
pomuu neceABarjiy arnurary.
One reanlt of jndging.solelv by a
scale with fixed numerical vafoe 'for
each point woald be, that an animal
with nome glaring defect in an impor
tant point might be placed over one
without any striking excellences but
fairly good 'all round, Toe first ani
mal might be rejected by any intelli
gent breeder, while the second might
be valuable. Thus a draft hore might
be admirable in every point except
tbat it bad a very weak and badly
formed back, or a cow might be nearly
perfect model save that her udder wa
o fyoor that no breeder woald care to
rear a calf from her. Yet either of
thece, judged Mrietl' by scale, might
how a larger total than animal with
out a single bad point and of average
raent in all.
-In selecting for breeding pnro;e,
we belive it is at best, eoualiy as im
portant to emphasize the undesirable
Jiointa a to give credit for the good
ones, ittn tendency is. to overioo
weak points in admiration for unusual
. ;. .t - t -..f w
merit. 111 razne Kneciai cnaracierisuc
lie PrefiU cf OreLirdi,
physician of thirt-een years practice.
ue preacnoeu quinmp. ziner uemg
in bed a week without leceiving any
benefit, acd having night sweats which
colored my linen yellow, I concluded
to take my wife s advice and try War
ner safe cure, rromtne nrsi 11 neip-
ed me, and after taking six bottles,
with S3f mils. I was cured entirely 01
all pain, ioor digestion and bloody dis
charge, a healthy color took the place
of a aillow one. and I felt like a new
From the above it will l oteerved
that malaria has no certain localities
for its own. but lurk wherever bad
air arid watr predominate. The only
sure method to comteraet its poison
ous effects is to check its first develop
Prefvictiny Trtes Proa ilice.
Every winter thousands of dollars
are lost bv the ravages of mice, and in
ncarlv every ca.e wnere damage is
done to tree, the owners acknowledge
that ther neglected to tide any means
to protect their orchards, loo m3ny
ilepenrl upon tramping down me snow
in the winter so that tbe mice cannot
work beneath it : we do not deny bu
this mode is effectual when thoroughly
practiced, but the great trouble arises
from not attecd'1112 to it promptly,
and while off from iruard the datn3ge
It is said that by coatin" the trunks
of the tree- a loot up Irom tne ground
with eaual part ot ome-tar and nn
oil. mite will not toach them. The
remedy tbat we have always used, and
one that never I3iieu, is to raaice a
small compact mound of dirt an.und
the bodies ol the tress, a wagon load
"ftLt Laighatwa Will B
A good Joke has leaked oat about
the Inggagemaster on Coodactor Ben
edict's train of the Xaugatuck road.
The other aay he mournfully took on
at Bridgeport a heavy casket box, and
all the train bands supposed they had
a corpse for a passenger. Some re
marks were made that the box was
rather light, and the bagEragemaiter
declared that he believed the body was ,
a resurrected one. Soon after leaving '
Bridgeport, this thongnt preyed upon
him, and immediately his olfactory
nerves were offended in confirmation
of his theory. Forthwith he opened
all the doors of the baggage car, and at
Ienirth betook himself for refuge to the
rnoker, declaring tbat he could stand
it no longer. Oecupants of the mail
and express, corapnrtments also com
plained of the odor. ViVn
the train reached Winsled an
undertaker called for the bor and ak
ai permiision of the stition baggage
master to leave it in the baggage
room. A miid but firm protest was
made against keeping a corpse in bis
room over night. A similar apeal to
the express authorities met with a
prompt refusal. The undertaker smil
ed a regular business styje, unscreweu
the box, and showed a new, e-npty
Having recently ieised the Ex- ,
change Hotel Stable, I am no w ran- !
Ding it as a bearding, exebange and .
Hotel stable. 1 eaa offer owners tbe
tery best accommodation for their
bores. My loose boxes aad single t
stalls for boarders are large and in
eood condition, my price reasonable. '
1 shall always bay a good horse when ,
the price is suitable, aad iatead to
keep such on hand for i!e, either sin
gle driver or matched pairs. Persocs
in distant parts of the country can
setnl their hordes to be prepired for the
market. The drives are good in all di
rections from mr stable dorr, so tbat
those coming here with fine horses
needing daily exercie can have the
advantage of the best road to jog .
them upon. The Exchange Hotel Sta-,
Me is so situated as to exclude objec
tionable person, who not unfrequent- '
ly interfere with sales. I shall be '
pleaed to communicate with any gen- '
tlemen from the country who may be
coming to this place with hores for !
sale. By permission I reter you to TtV.
"Aad nervmu deafflly. I bitc Jast"
"Fran the sooth ia a fraWrfs taireh far
btaha, asd aad tbat ywar Btuen are fftiac
This snylirfe: eke !
A month i;o I w nfttanty
"Em.tcittA '. : :
Aad scarcely aeie to walk. N'oir I ra
Gilolc; streagtk ! aad
Acd hardly a Ait pisses hat whit I iub
corapHraeated oe ray iraproved appear.
nee, aad it Is all due t Hop
Bittern : J. WtekliUe Jtetioo.
.sS-Trx an'v. wtns 1 tiKtt X xt"
Ikitfl on tic irTiXx LiV' sn9i tae vBe. po
anovK stuSwi-Ji -Hoyor-BapTutietr juae.
Wim nn&is-. v hrri ffmMvi
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1 tialrty; and to tise Promotion cf Demo
cratic kfess and Policy in the affairs of
Government, Societ and Industry.
W. A, Hartzel,
BL00Rli PLAHI11G MILL 1
The abandant supply of appless the
i&ti season, and the low prices they
have brouoht in market, batu indncr-d
many lar.do anew to, hesitate in plant- of common clay will farnidi material
in for fn(nr. un.Rt. knA ornp jichi-ii I for iirotectint: any ordinary sized or-
prepared to cut down their trtt. Tnis chard, and but little time is required to
result tt-atrlif a clwfnl ln-j-in'ti nlant I do no the 10b,
U'm in number and giv.'i better cultiva- If gra-, leave, and other -ubitances
tion. "ifanv hav n . mr to in which mice can find lodgment arc
grow rich fa.1t, that they have extend- away from tree?, they will very
ed their orchards beyond their ability seldom le meddled with. It is a very
to L'ivt them the Irf-st manaternerit. creat mistake to manure an orchard in
The1 crow have Uen large, bnt of mod- the fall with light compost, old straw,
erat or rioor nnalitr. A certain or anything else in which vermin can
amount of exten; mut alwavs be in-1 nest.
cufredlii gathering, packing and ahi j
ping the truit, and if the price obtain
ed are sufficient only for coveriiiir all
thtnu expenses nothing h gained, lfa'.f
in duality and amaranct may sell for trV Kwo w '"t1" ? CMoT'
' , - - , '. . i
aioignerprice, arm give pwnim ami
'Mtisfactory return. The man who
Two Adveatuitasrae Ufrls.
Durinix the last year occasional wen
tion has been inadu of the horseback
oa iuaroii street, la envrvuu cnslccL.u
porM so ao U! mat o: vsrc 'a us uze.
FRAMES, SASH, DOORS,
fin ii-ti reuoouis f rle. .sn loaKr zxa 1
weu sa5a ai tase u lira: vutait '
E3TIMA.T5S FOE BUILDINGS
trailed ca losii-itias. ruu ti'l tzteaeL
unjrsatrrl ts etrerltiseiliJr3rlUiia
raises fine fruit, carefully assorts, packs
well, and mark his name on ali his
package, will ultimately acquire a rep
utation among purchasers by which he
can always obtain a ready and good
market when tho country is flooded
with iitcontl 'rate produds. The aim
for success should therefore be to a
lect the best varieties, give the trt
the best cultivation, prune to prevent a
mass of brash, df-slroy imect, gather
carefully, assort tho best, pack securely,
and ship to intelligent and competent
velidek wuo know the differenoe 1
tween th ffnt-st 4iid only mndium
fruit, and who can take advantage of
this difference in supplying purcha-
serg J'rom the Uouniru lientl-
A bpHtitiful dock is made ot ivory
white OBtlieniie in long iMrllue ehap
laid' in narrow pit ats down the cjnitcr
of the bajk, lined with pink fatiri and
bordered with white marabout fenther
' Unsolve one pound ot copperas In
,two gallons of wter, and add to it una
.gill of .nulphuriu acid, then add ono
oiiiio) of plioiphate ol noda. and tho
name nutntity of common salt; Pour
a tabteipootiiul of this niixturo in a
quart of drinking water, nml you ui.l
givttSo foils a p!t'iidid and cheap
tonic. It invigorate and wards off
ma and return, ingiegert J.arsnn, a
well-to-do farmer, living two mile
west of Marquette, Green Lake county,
has two daughters, Emma and Ida,
who 'ere possessed of adventuresome
spirits, and in May, 18S3, they formed
tho determination' to make a horieback
trip to California. Mr. Larson fur
nished them hordes and tbey started on
their long and tirwome ride of 2,000
miles, unattended by male escort.
They made the trip as far as Sydney,
Neb., with two horse, but there they
purchased an Indian pony for a pack
horse. In the fall of 18S3 they reach
ed Portland, Oregon, and went from
there by rail to visit relatives in Call,
fornia. Aftera few months' visit thero
they started on the return trip. Emma
came only as far on thu return trip :n
Kearney, Neb., and will spend tue
winter thre, coming home in the
spring. Ida continued the journey
aloue, and arrived home lait week. No
adventures of consequence were en
countered on the route, although they
were several times overtaken by In
dian, who traveled for miles with
them, but showed no disposition to
harm thern. Wild animals also cross
ed their path, but they escaped all dan
ger. People met thern as they came
into town, and in pome instances enter
tained them very nicely.
H h id thai if apples are coveted
with buckwheat chaff they will keep
well, and do not freeze as easily as
when straw, nawuusi or earth are
TT-y Tins sr
Wbv are there dall times Is it
that people need less this year than in
former years t Are there fewer peo
ple in the countrr now than when last
we enjoyed the teaents ot prosperity s
Quite the contrary ; oar population is
laraer and there is more actual busi
ness in every way. Tbe troublo is to
be traced not to the cons'imers, but to
the manufacturer?. Three years a&ro
there was a great boom, goodi could
not be turned out fast enough, addi
tions were built to shops that .weie loo
small, larger stores were hired to ac
commodate the increased stock order
ed, and factories on the other tide
were enlarged to cope with tbe de
mands from America. In the ru?h
and eagerness to turn out goods men
did not stop to think that this could
not last forever, and that the day
would come when the market would
be glutted. We have since bad time
to ponder over the situation at our
leisure, it is evident that the manufac
turing facilities of tbe country, if taxed
to the utmost, can turn out enough
goods to overfill the market, and the
reaction is bound to come- This is
desienated as a fast ase : let us be a
little slower and surer. lht Jlanv
Ccfilo bandies bold a moiest place
among IU,(KKJ varieties ot hardware al
though the product is simply enormous
Tons of. metal are consumed. They
vary in size from the width ot the
haud to the length of the coffin, Tbe
variation in design is almost infinite.
Some are chaste and plain ; others are
chafed and ornate. Some are iilver
plated : others are gold plated. Some
are nickel plated ; others are covered
with figured velvet. Whether it be for
the coffins of the very poor or the very
rich here, are handle- to suit, made by
the ten and sold far and wide, not only
in this country, but over all the world.
The native of the tropics who sends in
tropical units takes part ot his pay in
lanitee couin uauuies.
The great concerns that make hari
cles by tbe ton eell to the jobbers, who
in turn fell to the undertakers, who in
their turn sell to the consume!. The
business has grown rapidly of late
years, and is yet growing. It seems to
be a fashion that meets with favor to
put on collia handles. The long han
dles extending the whole length of the
coffin are very useful as well as orna
mental, where the good obi custom of
having the pall bearers actnally carry
the ixxiy is preserved.
iNow that the new year is in, every
farmer shonld keep strict accounts and
also a dt3iy.
The cellar should be kept strictly
clean, as decaying vegetable is oiten
source of disease.
Warm and dry quarters aro a neces
sity for the successful wintering of
sheep in the northern fctaU-s. Wet
weather injures hep more than any
other (dock. boauic the wool retains
A common herd, well oared for, will
ofteu yield better returns than a crado
or pure-blooded one where the owner
places more confidence in blood and
pedigree than lie docs in good care an
A writer in the Country OfntUnvm
savs that it costs to plant, cultivate.
mulch, !and get into hearing an aero of
strawberries about $S0, and $50 to 00
to harvest and sell thu crop, sometimes
leaving a profit of 250. The crop i
however, subject to as many uncertain
tie as n cr! of wheat, add the or
penso is as large in proportion rhap
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Time.1 Ik'iLMN-G, Philadelphia..
I fct po-tltlv resuxlf tut Ih4 ibor tlUu t by U
ttv-uaav fib ni klBdid( btf
iulib4tar4. ItMiMMt. 9iirMiftMjfAitC
sHl-.aOU7,laUl wi 1 4T'0 UOttLZ FfttC
hU. r. A, MLUCL'V, III N.rl L, v Ttk.
E. B. BROWER,
GAS FITTING 4 STEA31 IIEATJNG.
All kinds of work in Sheet Iron, Roof
ing and Spouting promptly
rvstdct itteatton srlw-tx to b&iimz by sxam.
Corner of Main & East Sts.,
A REDUCTION OF
ALL WINTER GOODS
TSic JPSaec to bur a nice Overcoat.
Philadelphia U. Erie R. R. D,v s
ion, and Northern Central
la atet Nar. tna. It. Trslas Kate &us
The Place to bsiy a Fine Suit.
The Place to hnv Kovj?' Suits.
i ---itiin Mr Him-lwr nMii-' -i
: uttna; rvmimaxa.
ecu p. ss-; BumBoen, i.n
The iilace to buy Overcoat?.
HL C. SLOAK & BRO ,
CARRIAGES BUGGIES, PHAETONS.
SLEIGHS, PLATFORM WAGONS, &C.
IVst-cUss work ilwiji on band.
REPA 1RISG SEA TL YD0XE.
Price rtdutedto tuil the titnti.
Tot the Celebrated Chickeria;, Ivers &
Pond, and Vose & Son Pianos. WorW-re
nowned Estey Organs, Viofins, Accordeons
and Sheet Music Cekeraled White, ew
Hizh Arm Divii, New Home, Royal St.
John, aad Lfcbt Running Domestic Sewing
Machines. Keedles, oil and attachments
for all mixes of Sewing Machines.
5w V ft
pasaestr ecu. i
t ss&T exceft Smtsr-fo; Ii.-ntnr; za Is'-ci.
mm suttees, intm; u rniiiaeipiii
p. a. : Sew T. iaaJ p. el ; Bai!!. re
72 b. K-: SliHmseK, S.U p. m. fi'.-T - j
SB 9. a. wjnisjoipjrt Acco&a-Ati.-y, a tu..
tr uurfcto; ajd ill UMrrsetUU itat.'ws. srr.r
tsjil DsfMa6-ia.;ew .rtt. . . c
dr .arsft kia?er'ill lerji to 'i
iJO a. a. Ertf JSsfl (ar ex"?pt Si xir
tar Uirrbmrc ju iatersdu;e sr-. -1
a s. Ytewsgft l-cnnisn sieptt?anAr ru u
taatriiiarallilrI. MlHiTjice lag KisLxf.j.
IK, st lSio?a paaceiiw coaches ;o lUilci
patt sal aiiitmnre.
rwa lUlMenaeCUle uiIud iA ijuJl-
isi Bltresrt- iie sitm. Moebster, fc.-.r
U lll Stazzrx FUs. TO lhix;h rciuus ha.
u ears ul jassreaztt csacaea 10 Erk uul Rca-esser.
J3 sen express iimr excrpi eecui r r
Lod Biin ud taurateataie tuuems.
I.ip.m. Mrn Express 4uiu xop' S.a.
iVi tor Km aAtuenaiUteiatiiibi oJ i w
aBditts napnactp.1 tBieistuie y-iii
&ttaser, ISaSik) aiA .Nttjan Tli m-i
itixjrrn pafstsftr meas to kase and hcchs'.cr
ruiarcir to WUUunupon.
B. Fa Ubt -UUT -Ipt SoiUj ft ?
tan aad rstoBaeUiate itatfeo&s. aad i2mira.YV...
kt&s asu tauranliaie itauocts, with tLroca pas
itiCfctoxtStea to Heotto aad Wauias.
Via a. m. tudv Ball lor Besot 9 ard ifi-ercit-iXUte
THEOCGn TBAKS rOKSTSBCKV I'KOilTHE
HAST AND SOUTH.
SszOit call Scans rtiHilIptll Ol a. a.
Rirrr I. u unnt; at jcaturr -20 a. m. wtt a
taronsa sfcp2t;or twra Itnati'lpbu to wu.
e-as Express Snxa Illadelptu L3 a. in.
daQr, Harrss6irT, J a. m. daltjr except SiiLCar
amitj at ssatnrr YI&. a. bb.
Mx?ara Express traits
FSBailsipkta, T.lOx as. ; BaUtrafcTe 1JU a. Ci. .li&Ujr
exrep ccaaar arrtrtaj as Mutuary, LIS p. bv,
vita tknea Fuk ear troca ltuidrpLU
at tirtwrj po&esgcr coaelie Ircta PM Uriel,
pau am feltlmnre.
ast Use ifciwa Se Vort 3. CO a. ix : roiLuie.
pata,ll.Wa.m. ; Waitosoo, s 40 a. m. . tj.li
sre. a. m ,(tiur exwpt ssuUr; antrum a
sezlorr, 3L3p.a na tfcnxiU pjiacijf r
ctit troca itu-nielHili aad Kiluocre.
trto leaf- w lort.-.iup. m. ; llllid l
ptla, 1USJ p. e. ; S iihlaot, lino p. m. ; Ki.tl
more, lL3F.E.tlill'ex.-pt iozOAj arrlrji;
at naaeiT 3vU a. au, wtta larocb 1-uliii.n
film PViP ntl , . ; - ( r T . , -. . , t
iBainsoreaMtaroca pK:gtr coucaes Ir.n
dbcbv, lu.urro.v a.- wii.ke-iiaiiiie
lUtlLUUAU AM) .NUltTll A.NU IVtT
KIClM'll 111. I.WAT.
.DHj- xcfX Ssciiir.)
arrtno at Bloom yerrr a. ti., w lUes-tiine
ti. p. cc
EXKa Eaa lat fezbsrr d. m.. arrlTli.j
a: fllooci I mr p. m nilkn-rum j.oi p. iu.
SHatsrT ilan taim v tResbarre icu.- a. m. am i
tsy it Mown Ferrr li--l p. utbuiT lisi p.ai.
jprev est team V tlieb-barre iiip.
Wts at BIOX3 rVrrr l.u p. is., suubary s.1
CHAS. E. PCGU, . K. WOOD,
Oec XaEaser. Go. Paesfer AeLt
Foreign and Momestio
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND JOBBER IN CIGARS.
KEABY PAX STO1H.
JIASITACTI UEIt OP, AKI)
Wholesale and Retail
And I'roprlctJr of Illoomtbur;; laundry,
MAIN STREET. GENTLER BLOCK.
Sole azent for Davis' French Dye Works.
For Holiday trade, call and see tbe .Moth, t
er Hubbard bangs, and Langtry front ;
pieces. Ftnu waves a specialty,
UNDER ODD FELLOWS' HALL OPPOSITE
OLD CENTENNIAL HOTEL.
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for Goods. Cheapest
Keady Pay Store m the county, Having opened it general store
a solicit a snare 01 tne puuuc patronage.
GK IP. STUnTIEIR,.
pHIL-lDELPHA xsd READING P.C D
ABRAXGEM EM OF PA&E 0 K h
"0T. 16, lsS-t
Por " To,plinav3fl;aia.Hillsc.Po'tTI
T&saqia, tc, 11, a. b
Per t'aurtisa, II,;: i. ts. t.n 9.J0 p. .
ForWaSasapcrt,t,Ul.lia.caads.ui v. l.
Pjt LewtiSci; ana Sattorj, l.K p. c
Taatxfo aCfiil uuvc as rauua l--r
Leara Sear Tori, Ha. Tacuqtu s U . xi
na. Bocad BrooSc Koate :,u a. a.
Leave PtJladelpSla, f,M a. ts.
Lent ka.ilrr, r.i a. c, roun;:t. is .
U'tTt Cauvlsja, l,U IS.SQ u a. aso ,ta l..
Leare wnaaasrort. !.: a.m, 1.61 al p. n .
Leave Soslmij- 111 p. a
LentUwr; (.41 p. ra.
raswarsrs to and froa PtUa "-lyJOiso ttibsc
vttaoa: aiasie ot tars.
J. S. WGOTTlt.
C. Q. HAJ.COCK.
General PasaeLger ana Ticket A rest.
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W. P. UALSTEAD, upt.
Sapertntendenfs orace, Scrmton, Feb. lit, ISCS
b ai 11 ss 4 18
b W It IB 4 4.
U IS SO s w
y m It S3 5 14
u oi-ii at a is
g ai it a so
a.m. p.DL i.ci
HaivDHoU stand under EXCHAKCE
flurBUaaJ bas as uutl a FIKST-CLAfcS
bKHKK shop. II reipectrallr solicits tto
patrjaae otaUOMcustomersaiid ot tha pnbllc
WILLY t RtJgSELL S
UMK S1TIX0 TCOli
Head Qaurters tor
Iron, MeeL Uorieshoea
Nails and Wicod
Maters' and Black.
- btores Warerooms
lis iTJLtun Ave., abo
Huvimuui 1 tlUEK.
'JUn Ave., and USCo- I
may 23 ly
In one case as in the other.
Oct l 3 too