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THE COLUMBIAN AJJI) DEMOCRAT. BL00MSBU1MJ, COLUMBIA CQU1W, PA.
1APES AND HOW TO OEOW THEM.
l JNO. It. TOWNSUND, hLOOMStltTlta, vx.
' MAD AT MUXYIM.K MKKTINO
Among one of the curliest fruits
mentioned in tho Btula Is tlie grape, it
wm well known to tho anolents mid
II not to tho Antoduluvlan world il
VH won after, wo are told in BitiHcai
history that after tho deluge Noah
tooB after become a husbandman and
Ilantod a vinovard and ninrln wlnn.
Vlneyardi beoamo abnndant nnd some
of great magnltudo in tho days of the
Patriarchs. Tho land of Canaan was
produotivo.of grapes of an enormous
l7.o as we aro tola that Caleb nnd
Joshua bought a bunch of grapes sup
ported on tho shoulders of men, to
testify of the fruitfulness of the land.
urapes in all conntries and in nil ages
have been a favorito fruit with man.
kind, not only as a dellosoy, but as an
article of 'food, and to-day in most.
temperate climates grapes form a pro
nlnent artiolo of food, often timts eat
-en with bread, or dried as raisins, and
in these countries from tho fermented
iaice wines aro made which is mipdos
ed to be of all other liquors the most
stimulating for the stomach nnd exhil
arating for tho spirits of man. The
medical properties of the crapo arc
numerous, bnt whether it has been pro
ductive of most (rood or most harm to
man. will for ever remain ono of thoso
- problems which tho reasoning of man
, ' can nevor solve. It is, however, ad
mitted that wheio we find evidence or
romains of a high class of civilization
you will also hid the crape was culti
vated and held In tho highest esteem.
even on onr ancient works of art often
to bo seen as tho emblem of fruitful
new and rirosneritv.
The lonaevitv of tho urfirie vine i
wonderful, four and six hundred yearn
being civen by Pliny and Bono, a
its ordinary age. Tho celebrated Bur
trundv vinovard aro manv of thorn
four hundred years old, and many of
'those in Italy are still Nourishing, and
celebrated for their grapes and wines,
One of the most beautiful siutits I be
held in tue way of grapes, was to Bee
tho celebrated giant Rnpo vino now
f CTOwine at Hamilton Court Palace,
England, it is of the well known Black
Hamburg variety, older than our dec
laration ot independence and meriBur
ing nearly, tour feet in circumference,
covering tho space of over two hun
dred square yards, crown under class.
and supplying the Queen's table: every
year with nearly tvj thousand clus
ters of luscious grapes welshing on an
average one and one-halt pounds each
It 4akes the entire tuno of two men to
care for this wonderful grape vine. As
this paper was not intended for I ho ex
perienced fruit grower bat for amatuers
and the young men, to whom wo hav
to toot tor our luiure trait growers
ana iarmers, 1 have divided this sub
jeot namely: "vVhat varieties to plant,'
"How to plant, and "How to treat
them after they are planted."
WHAT VARIETIES TO PLANT.
I am a lover of good grapes and for
many years nave beeu delighted to
grow them. I have experimented with
numerous varieties, some well know
varieties can be grown with success in
some localities, will fail in others, one
of .the secrets of success is to procure
varieties mat are suitable to our sec
tion. The well known Catawba I can
not ripen t perfection, have therefon
discarded it, and several other wll
known-grapes simply because I hav
found that after several failures that
they cannot be grown with success.
And in order ibat those who may wis
to plant grape vines after hearing thi
paper read I will tell them what v
ties they should plant to bo
success. At the bead of mv list I place
.the "Concord," it is ono of the most
popular crapes grown to-day in tho
country owing to its great vigor and
never failing productiveness, in fact,
it may be termed the grape for tho
millions. The "VVorden," very simi
lar in merits to the "Concord" but
Been fruiting together is entirely differ
nt in many respects but an excellent
grape. ''Moore' E rly" is a valuable
variety. I find it hardy, productive
and early, three valuable qualifications.
The "Early Brighton" in color and
form resemble "Cata ba" but ripening
earlier. Of "Roger's Hybrids" 1 have
several of his best red grapes. I con
sider the "Agawam'' (or No. 15) the
"Salem," the "Lindley," the "Herbert''
and "Wilder" should be in every gar
den. "Hartford prolific," "BacchuV
"Martha," "Pocklington," "Niagara,"
theso I have growing and can be crown
very successfuly. There are mnuy
new. varieties constantly being brongh't
before tho public, my advice is"do not
pay fancy prices for now varieties un
til they have been fully tested, great
frauds are constantly perpetrated on
the publio by exhibition plates of new
grapes that ouly look well and mature
in the fruit tree agents catalogue.
Presuming that, you Imvo procured
some or any of the varieties mentioned
the next question to be considircd is
how to plant them.
now TO PLANT,
It seems but a simple matter with
many but I have observed great ignor
ance displayed in the planting of a
tree or grape vinejI have known in
stances of vines boinc bought at a big
price and then carelessly planted, and
should they fail to grow then the nur
seryman is pronounced a fraud, when
the cause is simply ono of careless
planting. When preparing young
vines for planting I cut back to two
eyes, cutting off about ono third of
the roots the object is to get a mass of
short lateral roots instead of a few
long oncsproceed to dig your boles
not moro than ten inches deep but bo
sure and have them wide enough, I then
place a stake firmly in the centre of
the nolo and then place the vine in
position can fully spreading out Us
roots in a manner that will not crowd
one another, do not place your vino
any deeper man it grow in the nur
sery, do not put any manure or ferti
liier in oontaot or near the root, after
placing a few inches of fine soil about
the roots tread it firmly, then more
earth and tread again. This firming
mo sou aooui uie roots ot what you
piant is ot vital imp- rtance. we have
planted our vine w mu-t now wait
for the result. And hero let inn im
press upon my hearers this fact that a
grapo vine can be grown in a very mVl
space of ground. Many an unsightly
corner can be utilized, or building hid
den by tho graceful gtapo vine. In
deed it seems almost certain that the
grape vine will adapt itself to its loca
tion lust as though it was ondowed
with sensibility ond instinct, treat it
kindly, and it will respond with lus
cious fruit, neglect it ami the chances
are it will die. The tendril of a grape
vjne will stretoh out in the direot'ou of
support as desperately as a drown'ng
man will reach for an oar or.ropo. Its
mot. ill lm rti.Ml fn, '
m.nor. Wn. nr l,n lp,l ifn. Z J
r , 1 ' , i, ' ...
a hungry dog for a dinner, as an illus
tration showing the valoe of this fea
ture ana now completely and easily it
fwpouu iu iuw wauis qi man wnen in-
el'lgently directed, I will give yon an
xample. A city gentleman, somo
years ago, had a.smalt lot or yard fill,
cd with n few fruit trees that appro-
riatcd ovory ray of sunshlno that
inanagod to ponetrato it. and he want
ed somo grapes. After a careful survey
in uie situation bo concluded, by n little
extra care, l lie vino may get a loot
hold and sulllolout nourishment from
ho same sourco as the trets did. The
vine was planted and as .t grow It
was trained up by the side of the liouso
in a siugle cano to tho eaves of the
second story, and given a trellis built
trom tho gutter to the roof. An attio
window In tho roof gave access to the
yiuo for pruning nnd gathering the
fruit, and for yoats that vine respond
ed annually with a bounteous crop of
ue iiuiuus i r im, a nine wgonuity am it.
..sbuiiiiiik our vines nave sianeu to
grow anil just as Boon ns tho buds
start, I select the strongest one rub
bing oil all others, as soon as
sufficient growth has been made.
tin to tho stako as il grows and pinch
ott nil laterals as they appear to ono
leaf, by to doing all tho strength of
tho vino is utilizt d to prodnoo just the
growth you want. At tho ex
piration of the second year it now bo-
comes necessary to decide what system
you nroposo to adopt, volumes nave
beon writ'on on pruning and training
the vino. Wo have tho Fuller, the
Campbell, the Kuiffer, Downing and a
host of authoiities. I have no onin
ion to offer respecting tho two leading
systems, stake or trellis, as both have'
warm advocates. However I would
advise nny parties who aie interested
in grape growing to procure an excel
lent little treatise on ''Pruning and
training the vine" by E. Williams of
New Jersey, Sec. of the American
Horticultural Society, being a practical
grower of grapes. The reader will
find much information and his meth
ods for raising grapes are excellent,
It matters not how you want to train
your vines cither on a ptain post, or
on tho most elaborate trellis the gr.ipe
II 5 . l ., 111
win auapt ueeu in enuer, pruning win
regulate the smount of fruit, you can
prune for fruit or prune for shade,
thero are a few points for tho novice
lo bear in mind they nre very snnpie.
Before you attempt to prane remem
ber that as a rule, first, that all fruit
grows on the new wood of last year s
growth, in other words the wood of
this year contain the bud which pro
duce the fmitful canes of next year.
That the tendency of tho sap is to the
extremity ot the vine, that the straight
er the cane the more rapid the growth
and tho strongest growth from a prnu
ed cano will be found nearest tho
end. A most common sight is toi see
an old grapo vine iih the only bear
ing wood at the extremity ot tho vine
from neglect in pruning. I bavo often
been asked what shall I do with my
grape vine it only bean a little fruit at
ibo top ot the trellisTAs a IaH re
sort I would cut it right off even with
tie ground, the vine will in one season
throw out nbw growth and the follow.
ing season you will have better and
finer grapes, and the vine, will be read
for any kind of training, you wish to
give it. 1 ho most common error with
amatuers is leaving too much wood on
tho vine, the temptation to a large crop
ii iruu is one mat tew can overcome
The result is often times vines load
with fruit that never' ripen simply
b-causn the vine was allowed lo bear
more fruit than it ould mature. How,
ever as a rule I find it safe to cut back
the last yeats wood to two or some
times three buds, much depends on the
strength and vigor of the vine. By
careful observation you will find that
all varieties cannot be treated alike.
Thevsby and slow growing Delaware
require more gentle treatment than
the vigorous "Agawam" or "Concord "
Then we have summer pruning anoth
er metnoa ot regulating the growl b ol
the vines; bear this in mind that when
the leaves are well grown and even the
grapes havo began to form, you can
cut off as you please any useless
growth, by so doing you can direct the
sap into developing fine clusters, by
pinching back the Bhoota at one or two
leaves beyond the last cluster of fruit,
It will retard the flow of sap a'id re
tain it where it is needed for the full
development of buds and fruit. Re
move all imperfect clusters if vou want
to have some fine clusters. Put paper
nags on tnem, you can allow you
grapes to romain trom four to six
weeks longer on your vines. If you
have not trad it do so and vou will hi
surprised at tuu result, iet me urge
tnose wuo nave only a lew vines trior.
to plant out the coming spring, plant
around your yards, about the stoop
a no piazza, mere lssometningso home
ii .. .
iiko aooui tne vinp. wnat more
gratetul'nr pleasing shade can you si
beneath What more pleasing to the
cuild as u comes bungry aud thirsty
from school! No fruit moro refresh
ing and none- more heal'hful. So well
known have become the medicinal
properties ot tne grape, that in some
countries grapo euros have been estab
lished in whioh disease in many forms
have been successfuly treated. Not
only are they thus beneficial, but a lux
ury tnai can oo indulged in by poor
as wen as non. it you do not want to
grow crapes for profit, grow them for
pleasure, you will seldom havo more
than you-can use, only let rae add in
the words of Horace Greely "grow
grapes ana plenty oi trem.
A tiill for the Preservation and Protection
of Publio Land Forests-
Wasiiinoton. January 27. Theses
sion of the House was brief. Then
was no session of the Si nate. Mr,
White of New York, introduced a bill
for tho protection nnd adrainistratioi
of the forests on the publio lands. Re
It withdraws from survey, sale, entry
.1 J! , .1 .. rii -. J
mm ui'poxm me unsiirveynii lanas, em
braolng natural forests and a! niiblii
lands returned by the publio surveys as
wiiiuui mii'iit j mill jiruvuies ior me ap
pointment of a Commissioner of For
eats, at a salary of 85,000 a vear, and
four Assistant Coramis'sionirs, who
shall have tho oontrnl of all tho forest
lands owned by the United States. It
shall be the duty of tho Commissioner
of Forests to classify the foreHts and
timber lands, ond to determine what
portion of those lands shall lio perman
onlly retained in reservation tor climate
and other economic or other publio
reasons, and whtt portion jnav bo dis
posed of. Lands whioh are more valu
aoie ior agnouiinrai man limber pur
poses shall be restored lo homestead
entry and sale. The cutting, removal
or destrnctinn of any timber in thn for-
f 1 nw b? 1,10 U,,i.lP', ut,0li
is made n in!sdemeannr, punishable by
fine and imprisonment, but the right is
rocrved to agriculturists and miners to
lake wood for domestio purposes,
It is a solemn hour with a rose lip-
t,cu " "r "u.u " oe'n
i i a i .. i
i 1 WOn"eF Vi!Bnely n0W a mOUStaoL
iceis on the face,
- 1 . .
- 1 A Doctor who speaks only one Ian
' guago may yet understand a great
Olever Deteotirrs Bun Down a Gang oi
Memphis. January 27. For several
years pasrenger trains in Texas, Mis
i-otirl, Colorado nnd elsewl'ore have
been held op by bands of mokcd men,
who robbed passengers, express com
pnnles, mallsj eta, , and, in ,many instan
ces killed or woudid persons who
were brave enough to defmd property
in their possession. Tho rallronl,
State and express authorities offered
targe rewards for the capture of the
.1-2! I a .!.! ..4 f
uaniig iiiguwayuien. uui wiuiuuv ui
Earlv in December last a train on
the SU Louis and Arkansas Railroad,
near Genoa, Ark., was signaled by red
lights, and the engineer brought it to
a Btop he was "immediately confronted
by revolvers in the hands of, maked
moo, who compelled him to accompany
them to the express car, which was
forced open and soon despoiled .of its
most valuable contents, despite the to
sistance of the messenger in charge
The robbers fled to tbe woods, and soon
after wero pursued and overtaken by
the Sheriff and posse, but after a run
ning fight, in whioh mauy revolvers
were emptied, tho thieves escaped.
As this was tbe first successful at
tempt in many years, to depredate up
on the Soul hern .Express Company, its
officials, with the co-operation of Pro-
Went Jordyoe, of the railroad com-
nnnv. immediately Dlacnd tho matter
in charge of Pinkerton's agency with
directions to .uso every means to cap
ture the gang. Detectives were sent
to tbe scene, whero was too ml a "suck
cr," or oil cloth coat. This garment
was mado in St. Louis, an investiga
tion tbero elicited the names of store
keepers in Arkansas nnd Texaa who
were purchasers of such floods. Kaoh
of tho latter wero visited in turn with
out result until a dealer in Waco, Tex
as, not only recognized the coat, but
accurately described the man to whom
it had been sold.
This clow, coupled with other cir
cumstances, led to the arrest in tho in-
tenor of TexM of a man named Brock,
who was brought to Texarkana and
thero fully identified by the engineer
of the "held up" train as the man who
held a revolver to his head while going
to the oxpress car. As denial was
useless Pinkerton's men ihen induced
Brock to admit not only his participa
tion in the affair, but also to roveal
some much needed information.
As a result two men wero arrested
on Sunday last by the Chief of Potioo
of Montgomery, Ala. One escaped.
The other is James Burrows. Reuben
Burrows, who cscap-d, did so by kill
ing his pursuor. Ho is now hiding in
a swamp. It now transpires that the
prisoner, James liurrows, has been tne
irgamzer as well as leader in all tbe
train robberies which have occurred
for the past several years. James
Burrows, heavily ironed, arrived here
this morning from Montgomery, nnd
left by connecting train f jr Texarkana
in the custody of officers and General
SuperintendeiifMk, J.'0;Brien, of the
Waved the Bed Flag-
WIIVT THE I'lEJlT SYMBOL 01' ANARCHY
MEANS IN VENEZUELA.
I was riding out-the; other dav Willi
a friend in an open carriage. Both of
us were strangers in the cny, and were
going about the town driving ourselvi s
rather than go poking along in one of
the numerous but dirty cabs. The
horses were passing leisurely along one
of the main streets, and we wero gazing
at tho girls as they passed us. Sudden
ly there appeared before is a man in
uniform. He stood in the middle of
tho street and blew a "dog-whistle,"
which first attracted our attention.
Then he drew from under his arm a
red flag and' frantically waved it in the
air. Juy friend pulled in his horses,
and they oame to a bait. Wo then
noticed car-trucks on the Btreeis run
ning at right angles to the one we
were or, and wo thought at once that
wo bad come to a railroad crosing,
and that the authoriti-s were mos' c
siderate. in warning people of tio
danger; though we also thought ii
rather strange for a railroad traiu i
run at a grade through the oentre of
We waited at least one minnte an 1
heard no whistle' or indication of ih
approaching of a train, and would hav
noved on bnt lor tho crucial and hi
red flag. There we stood, wailing
with anxiety for tbe train to dash pa-t
us, not knowing how the straug
horses would tak to an engine 'at full
speed with a train of cars behind it
Finally, wheu we had abou lo-t all
patience ana wonder d why the mao
did not let us go n, we heard eom
thing coming, and then the jmgle of
bells, and at last a little ooe-ho se
street oar logged around the com r.
across the street and went Its way up
the. thoroughfare 1
I looked with astonishment at my
friend aud he looked at me. Then we
burst oat laughing for the whole thing
was very ridiculous. Flagging u for
a steot car to pass. letter m iV. Y.
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It Never Tails.
Ma'rriageable young girls itf Kansas
make it n point to take up a land olalm
as the nrst step lowards securing a bus
band. Tliev havo ley?l heads, Anv
girl in the West with plenty of land
can aiwayi isna a nusDana. -ftw ur-
On tha Outposts, 1780.
The way through tho woods was
deep in now, nnd oticumb' red as they
were with cattle, the part.t under Rob
ertson nitde but slow progress, it be
ing Christinas Day, 1"70, before they
arrived nt th'elr destination. They
were not mo'eMed by I he Iiotinns, but
siiffen d much from cold on iht journey,
for the winter ns tho tnoct severo
whioh had been known in n century
Tho leu in the Cumberland was thick
enough to sustain tho passage of ani
mals, and it was not ninny days before
the settlers had crossed over and begun
on tho bluffs which lined tho southern
bank the building of the tort nnd the
few log houses which formed iho
nuoleus of tho iuturo capital of Ton
nesseo It was in the very heart of the wild
erness, supouml d In nenrlt twenty
thousand Crc ks, Ch roki e, Clmtaws,
and Chickiisaws, nil of whom wero in
allianco with Gr.nt Britain, which nt
that mom-nt had ovei run aud all but
subjugated the Soo'hetn oolonles.
. Tho stations .ereeteo, the settlers
awaited in nnxi u dispense for the
coming if their wivis nnd children.
The three months allowed for iho voy
age had explted, but no tidings bad
come from them, nor h id thr Kom-d of
their approaoh bloke the s'illm-ss of
the river solitudes. Tho anxiety about
them soon leonine tut n-o. Thus it
wns for n full month, a d until the end
of April. Then -ono morning at sun
rise a solitary four-pounder rchotd
along tho Cumbpitn"d, and in n few
hours the little fle-t -f f.ety flit bo H-,
cinoes, and piro.ues came lo anch r
und-r the walls of tho fort, amid such
rejoicing as never before was known
i- tho wilderness
It bad been a voyage without a par
allel lo modern his ory.- A iliousn d
miles thiy hud com , through a country
infested with lio-tiU) Indians, in frail
boats down rapid nnd perilous rivets
nevor before navigated by whito men
Their w-iy had been thr ugh foaming
whirlpools and over dniiueioiii shoals
thirty miles in xtent, and they had
endured the dttercst cold, and for
many long dnjs and nights been sub
jooted to the constant and deadly fire
of fifteen hundred Chicknmiugas the,
most fer -cious nibo of savages on the
Amerioan continent. Thirty-one of
the company had been left by the way,
butchered by the Bavages, and ono had
been tnken prisoner.
Thns, amid iee and snow, and th
intense co'd of 1780 till noted ns the
coldest winter. in Ameiioin latitndes-r
wns planted the first eiV'zpd settle
ment in iho MsHsiM'i Vn"ev Ed
mund Kirkr. in Harper's Magazine
Two Little Qaesthns
"Pupi," sh- cri d, "I want to see
"I ra going i ut." he called back,
"and am iu a great hurry.''
"But, papa " sh- I eisist U, "mayn't
1 ask you one question!
"Y s, if you'll be quick."
"May I ask yon two questional''
"Yes, if you'll hurry.
MVell, papa,'' pursue I the sh ill
tones from aboc. "I want to know
how th-'y mike condensed milk a-jd
how Chri-t d'd His miracles." PrS
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21 WEST T1I1KD ST.,
rpitUL LIST, FOR FEB TKKM, 1888.
"Ellen M. Chrlsman va. John Howell and It. D.
II V Orlttaln vs Eme A ltlttcnhouso and Thomas
Ira ness vs -lonn l- cnapin
II E lloacock rs William Maateller.
Theodore P Craig rs Mnhala cralgctaL
Mart i: HeiKOCk s I K It Co et aL
o w ncKeivy cr, w va o n DnvKwar.
Jona Doty'a adm'rs ct al vs John Suit.
Patrick Uurns va L A Hlle Co.
' urtls Mrg :o va Clark I Thomas.
J II. lloyt vs norough of Uerwlcic.
Franklin Toe urn guardian vs willlau Zahner.
Mathlas Kin It va Charles 8 mdsct at
rPanlel F 8iy bert vs nideon Hosier.
J U Yocum vs 8us.in Urumrj.ick.
Cataw t sa Deposit Bank va uabclla weaver.
D. F. sevbHit va James V Sponenberg.
James Pollock vs W Vandt-rnllcc.
James lllrd va Culp MoWllilams Co.
Maud A llartman vb Wn F Welllver.
Henry n Ixiw va John W FalrchUda.
S W Adams vs A 0 Croop.
M A Marklo vs Iiorough ot ncrwlck.
U F Oardner vs llloo nshunr 8 B L CO.
Hamuel Applemanexrvtli W Miller,
w E Tubrjs et al vs Freeman McAtoe.
Stephen Hulton va J 8 'V ooda ct ux.
A I) Croop vs II U Low
0'i K Hess vs Edward wairner.
lilt sponenherg vg Geo K lless.
a 8 Heckenutne'a uso v.i A A Wilson,
oeo W Murphy vs h A UUey Co
i RAND JURORS FOR FEBRUARY
1 TEHM, 1RS8.
Heaver W X Drelshach.
Benton Joseph It Col".
eprwlrk. Th mn n Tnvlnr. .
Illoom-ll F Dienunbach, Jackson nower, John
Catawlsa K n Oule.
Centre Addison 8chwepponhcls?r, Joseph
Conyngham Frank Burgln. John Mculngcr.
Greenwoiid Lomon Black, iuchard Eltchen,J03.
F. Lavtton. , , . - .
llomloclt-nanlel O rurscll.
Jladl?on George Leo.
Maln -Wm II Menslnger.
Jllfflln-Danlel Boyer, Wm II nartzol.
Orange .lohi Yocum.
line Jud on Chrlstlin, .Tohnlloaa.
Itoarlnsrcieek Wm Itnach.
Sugarloaf 1 D. Gibbons.
HPR AVERSE JURORS FOR FEBRU-
X AKY TEItM, 1883.
Beaver Joseph cilngerman.
lienton-J L C Kline, Jonn llcllenry.
Berwick Thomas II Hess. . .
Bloom-John Mianer. ltobt Roan, Patrick Dil
lon, P II Freeze, Jacob Beers, John 1) PowelL Sttn
catawlssa Chas Heist, rhlneas vyinterstecn,
llamllton F Clark Thos llartman.
oentralla-Wm Darrah, Edward Kcece, Daniel
Centre-Philip narrls, JohnB Shuman, Fra ids
rnnvniyhftm TliniNevln. John Purcell
Flshlngcreek Jacob v ennr, Martha Coleman.
rrankim jonn itower.
Greenwood lobn Meyhard, P D Black,
llemlo k Chta nomboy
Jacknon Augustus Everhart.
Locust Amatdus Bllllg.
Madison 'I hos Glngles.
Montour John N Gordon.
Mt Pleasant Clark u-iagle
l ine rhlneaa whltmover.
Koarlngcreek Oliver Evans.
Beaver O A Bhumau. .
Berwick Joseph Blank, Jonas Crlsman, George
liloom-o " Bobbin, o T Wilson, Geary Hower,
tl It 1,-rPiK U KPitPr.
Catawlfisa-Foreat Yeager, S D Relnhard, Sunon
lioup, ) u xeiier.
Centre W B ITIce.
rwi cham AUphnpl U nlnh. J A Miller.
Flslilngcreek Edward Carey, F P Bender, John
Frankllnr-Jacob Artley, Wesley "tieets.
iipmirifA .t Kmmpr. .lotin 8 Nevhard.
Locust Wellington Yeager, A P-Bltner.O SW
Main-J F Uauman.
Mifflin lllram Grover.
Mt Pleasnnt Wm Uower.
orange Wesley Uutton.
I'lne llobt rover.
Hcott 8 W Boone,
bugarloat II F Harrington.
BLOOflyURG tUSm MILL
The undersigned havlug pur his Planing Ml
o Railroad street. In nrat-ciass condition, la P'e
piroa to ao an Kinaa or wora in nu imo.
FRAMES, SASH, DOORS,
iirmsneu at reasonable trices. All lumber naeo
h well seasoned and none out skilled workmen
ESTIMATES FOR ITU I I C
umishnd on annlleatlon. Flans and sceclfloa
una prepared by an experiences araugniHman
Malaria, Dumb Chills.
Fever and Ague, Wind
Colic, Bilious Attacks,
They produce regular, nuturat e. var
um ions, never ffripe or inieri vro wiin
lilly bunlueii, Ann fuuilly iuctllclnet
tiivy Nliutiltl he In e ery Iiuiihehold.
CleanBca tbe nasal
bcals tho sores, re-
Btorea tbe senses ol
taste and smell!
thy the ruRK HAY-FEVER
A narticle la annlled Into each nostril and la
agreeable Price 60 cents at urusclsta; by mall.
registered. 60 centa. ELY UltOTllKltS, S33 (Ireeu.
wica st., ew ior.
A MONTH. No capital required.
A Rood cbance to make money
Applf for territory at ones. II. H.
luderbacb Co., Kewart, N. J,
WANTED. 125 a weetc and eipenoe
raid. Kleadr work. New izoodA.
.Samples tree. J p, HLU L i O.,
PARKER'S C1NQIH f ONIOltCSt duy.
for ail ftitMtluna ot lh ittrtMt avnd lunn, ftiirt dlMwa
Twtnt; (rum Impure tlood &na eiliftuiuoa, 1U febl
Mid hick. 4Hnitvlin mrliuil diMM, tvuU tlow); drifting
wUngrT, will Iq unj cmumhi raxtr ltelrfctlLl. Vr
lb Uinair dm ot l'uktr' OlarerToalo, tutdUv U da.
rroav Tvi It la Uin. It U lnfJunM lur all tlnm
uul diaordan ot awmacb aod Utttli, 40o. t Unaffif Utav
OlcajiMa and Leutina tha Lair.
lnMuotea luxarlanl arrowth,
Nvr Fails lo fttor Qray
OtT Kt I'ni&VUIIB.
aataat. lurest and beat care tor Corn. Pa rvloni.Aa,
ailMla. Ennari comfort tthfL NTrIila
ruiurrurritfitS hf M
lIVrurilUSPllITR or 1.1 MR ln Ann A la a
matchless remedy for conuraptlo, in every
etaee of the disease For coughs, Weak
b nR. ihrott niieaws. lia nf Fieab andopitc
tlte.and every for of (lencral Dcbllltt It la an un-
edimu-d iiecino remedy, J"ll eua akd out
V1NCIIKTKII'H I'RitrARaTioy. II nnd M per but-
tie, Kold br druggists. WINOIIESTKlt CO.,
ChemlatB, lea vwiliam Etrcci, New York Janaxilt
LIEIHG COMPVNYS EXTRACT
OP MKAT. Fines- nnd Cheap'-at Moat Fla
vouring stock for nouns, Mado Wanes and
Sauces Annual sale 8 Oim.ooo ) us.
LIEIHG COMPANY 8 EXTRACT
OF M AT An Invaluable tontc "Is s auo.
otsk and i boon forwhlcii nations should
feel grateful." Meu '.Medcal l'roaa," "Lan.
GENUINE WITH BLUE SIGNA
OF PAIIONUEDIO In fac-slmllo across labeL
111 ghly recommended at anight cap Instead
of alcoholic drinks.
L1EHIG i O.Ml'ANYS EXTRACT
OF MEAT. TO bo had of all Htorekeepers,
(iroccs and Chemists, solo agenta for the
United fta'es (wboleaale only) (1 Uavtl &
Co., Fen-church Avenue, lxindon, Knsland.
All nrunittl. S5&. eOe., and tlOJ. rrpparrd only by
Br. Bet& irnold, ilti. Corn., Wooniocket, K. I.
HAIZiROAD T1ZVTB TAUX
rELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
NoRTnuarnRtiXD a 40
Cameron. & S
cbulaHk) is 10
Danville s os
Catawlssa e ss
Kupert.. e 8i
liloomeburg 6 30
Espy , ft 42
Lime llldge, 6 6n
willow drove o a
nrtarcreelr.. a 59
Berwick 7 OS
Beach llnven 1 11
nick's Ferry. 7 19
Hblcksblony, 7 no
llunlock'a 7 43
Nantlcoke 7 GO
Avondale. 7 54
Plymouth 7 9
PH mouth Junction,.... 8 03
Kingston 8 OS
Dennett 8 12
Maltby 8 17
Wyoming 8 23
fx a. K. A, ,
1 35 10 10 o in
10 25 6 SO
.... 10 29 6 34
1 58 10 39 6 40
2 14 10 53 B 58
2 19 II 00 7 US
2 24 11 07 7 1!
2 29 11 15 7 20
11 22 7 27
.... 11 2(1 7 31
11 30 7 35
2 45 11 37 7 4!
2 54 II 44 7 49
8 59 11 43 55
3 09 11 58 8 06
3 19 12 OS 8 17
3 !S 12 10 8 2!
II 20 8 38
3 85 19 2.1 8 83
3 39 1! SO 8 38
8 43 19 37 8 45
.... 12 41 8 49
19 45 8 53
3 52 12 60 8 58
3 50 It 55 9 03
4 01 1 03 9 09
1 11 9 17
1 19 9 25
1 23 9 SO
4 22 1 SO 9 35
T M FX AX
AX FX FX
9 60 2 01 6 20
9 65 ... S25
10 00 2 14 6
10 OS 2 21 6 8?
10 lti a 28 . 6 45
10 22 2 St 6 50
10 27 2 39 6 65
10 30 . 6 69
10 31 2 47 7 03
10 39 2 50 7 07
10 42 2 54 7 12
10 47 2 69 7 16
10 51 3 03 7 21
10 61 3 06 7 25
11 02 3 19 7 43
11 12 S 29 7 B
11 22 3 39 8 07
II 28 8 45 8 18
11 37 8 61 8 20
8 67 8.27
11 43 4 01 811
11 62 4 05 8 35
11 19 4 12 8 41
12 05 4 IS 8 47
12 10 4 21 8 62
12 15 4 !9 8 67
12 30 4 46 9 IS
4 64 9 23
12 40 5 00 9 28
12 61 5 15 9 45
F M FX FX
Tai Ion llle...
SCRANTON. 0 10
Bellevuo o it
Taylorviue. , c so
Lackawanna e 2-
Plttston 6 3i
West lit tBton 6 42
Wyoming 6 47
liennelt e t
1'lymouih Junction 705
Plymouth 7 10
Avondale. T 14
Nantlcoke 7 19
Uunlock's 7 26
si lckabluny 7 47
Iltck's Ferry 7 S3
Beach Haven B 01
llerwick 8 07
Bnarcreek. 8 13
.willow Drove . 8 ia
Lime IUdge. 8 20
Kspy.. -... 8 sa
Uloomsburg 8 33
ltupert. ' 8 37
Catawlssa ., 8 2
Danville 8 67
Chulaaky. 9 03
NORTUtrUB..RLlXP 9 22
Connections at ltupert with I'liil-deiphl &
iteamng jtanroaa ior lamoneno, Tamnquo. will,
lamsnort. Hunburr. Poitsrt.le. tc. At Nirthum
berlund wltb P. & E. Dlv. 1'. It. IL lor narrUburg,
Lock 11 avtn, Emporium, Warren, corry and Erie.
-v. r. uausihav, uen. sian..
Philadelphia & Erie R. R, Divis
ion, and Northern Central
In effect JAN. 25. i bra. Trains leave Banbury
K AST WARD
9.40 a. m., Sea Shore Express (dally except
Sunday), for Harrlsburg and Intermediate stations,
arrmnir at PhlladelDhla 3.16 b. m. : New York.
6.60 p. m. ) Baltimore, 4.40 p.m.; Washington'
0.00 p. m., connecting at I'unaaeinnia ior on sea
Skore points. Through passenger coach to
dally except 8unday),for HarrTsburg and Interme
diate stations, arriving at Philadelphia
6.50 p. in. : New York. 9.33 D. m. : Balumor?
1.13 rt. m. Tljiv Axnmn
6.45 p. m. ; Washington, 7.45 p. m. Parlor car
through to Philadelphia and passenger coaches
turougn to rnuaaeipnia ana uaiumore.
7,45 p. m. Kcnovo Accommodation (dail)
(or iiarnsourg ana an inxermeaiaie Btaiions, arriv
ing at Philadelphia 4.25 a. no. ; New York 7,10 a. m.
Baltimore. 5.15 . m. : Wasnlnrton 6.05 a. m. :
Sleeping car accommodations can be aocured at
Harrlsburg for rhUadelptla and New York, on Sun
days a through aleeplug our will bo run; on this
train from Willi amsp'ttophUadelDhla. Philadelphia
passengers can remalnlnaleeper undisturbed untl
, a. in.
i.ta a. m Erie Man maur excent Hondav
tc- Harrlsburg and Intermediate stations.
n iu an i uuauc(JU,a o.J M. iu. lion luin,
U.V, - m, ; Baltimore 8.15 a. m. ; Washington, 9.30
a. m. Through Pullman sleeping cars are run on
tola tram to rmiaaeipnia, uaiumore ana waaning
ton, and through passenger coaches to Phuadel
pnia ana uaiumore.
6.10a. m. Erie Mall fdallr excent Sundav). fo
f:ua ard intermediate stations, Kocneeter, lluna
o and Niagara Falls, wltb through Pullman Pal
ace cars and passenger coaches Co Erie and Koch
nne ar j an uuermeaiaie siauona ana uananaai
9.53 New b Express (aany except Sunday) rot
ick navea ana inir(neaiat Biaiwus.
12.52 d. m. Niagara ExDresa (dallr exceDt Hun
Tl for Kane and Intermediate stations and Can
ilirua and nrlndnat Intermediate atatlona.
It 'heater, tiuffalo and Niagara Falls with
through passenger coaches to Kane and Rochester
and Parlor car to Wllllamsport.
o.aj p. m. rast une iaiuy except Hunaarjior jte
KinB ana intermeaiaie Btauons, witn tnrougn pas
senger coaches to ltenovo and Wutklna.
v.vu a. m. uunaay mail ror uenovo ana interme-
a late Biaiion"
THRonan trains FonstmnmY fhomtue
BAST ANU MOUTH.
Sunday mall leaves PhUadelnhla 4.30 a. m
Harrlsburg T.40 arrlvlni; at Hunburr 9.20 a. m. with
turougn sitsepingcar irom rnuaueipnia to Wll
- news uxontas loaves ranaaeioma csu a. m.
Harrlsburg, 410 a. m. dally except Sunday
arriving at Sunbury 9.63. a. m.
niagara express leaves
PhUadelPbla. 7.40 a. m. i Ilaltlmore 7.30 a. m. idaiiv
osgepi diiuuu urriviUK ah nuuuury, iv.ai p. m.,
wuo inrougii i-arioi car irom I'miaaeipbla
auu iuruuKu ptuaciier cuacues irom ruuaaei.
puia uuu uaiiiiuurf.
Fast Line leaves Now York 9.00 a. in, t Phlladel
Dhla.ll.W a. in. l Washloifton. 9 60 a. m. Haiti.
more. 10.45 a. in., (dally oxceot Mundavl arriving at
coaches from Philadelphia and lialilmore.
itrie mum loaveo new orx nuuii, in. j pcuadel.
Dhla. 11.25 u. m. : Waahlnelcn. ldno n. m. ; Haiti.
more, ll.vti p. in., (dally eiuepl saturdav) arriving
at Kunbury 5.10 a. m., with through Pullman
Sleeping cars from Philadelphia, Washington and
uaiuiuuru aim luruugu (luauxger coocnea irom
HVNIllIltV, IIA7.I.KTON A: Wir.lt HKIIAllItU
itAii.itii.!' Ann Miii'rii .7iit wtCnT
lll'ANI'll lit I.WAY.
(Dally except huuuay.)
wuxesoarre Man leaves sunburr o.m a. m.
arriving at Uloom Ferry 10.16 a, m Wllkea-barre
12.15 D in.
Express East leaves sunbury 6.85 p. ra., arriving
Sunbury Mali leaves Wl lkesbarra i dm a. m. am .
Ing at Uloom Ferry 1 1.54 a. ni., hunbury 12.45 p. m
Expreaa West Itaves Wiaes barrea.50 p. in.,' ar
riving at uioom rerrv I m u. in., sunbury M0p.ui
HUH DAI OPLV,
Sunday mall leaves Sunbury 9:25 a. m., arrtvtnz
at liloom Ferry lO.ia a. in. Wiues-Uarre U:4S a.tn.
Sunday accommodation leaves Wllkeq-Barte 5 10
u. ui., ' t , i uv mw.u veil, B,oy u, IU., DILBIIttry,
cum a. ruan. j. it. wood.
By the following well known makers;
Hallet & Davis.
Cnn also furnish any of tho
cheaper makes at manufacturers
prices. Do not buy a piano De-
ore getting our prices.
Catalogue and Price Lists
Bitten bender & Co.,
No 12G & 128 Fia klin Av. .,
Wherr I say Cork I do not mean merely to
'top them ror a time, and then have them rs
turn again I mran A It APICAL CUKE.
I liae. made the disease et
FITS, EPILEPSY or
A life long study. I warrant my remedy to
t'urtrc tho worst caies. Iiecatiw others have
mill-ills no reason for not now receiving n cure
Send atiincefnrntreatheandaFiiK iiottlr
of mv Infai.i.iiilf. Humkdv. Give Exptesa
nnd I'ml orflce. It costs you noililnR tor r.
trial, and It will cure you Address
H Q ROOT.M.C. l83PtAUSl.,HtwY0K
?OH' AOtluMf UHHKIV Kmrr laar h A!a
ESaniJ tump. HAKEIl HKM.OO..BoilMBoiralo,N..
ERSIAN BLOOM, Bert CempliiloaSua-"
tlllar, 8kia Onrn an4 Blamlah Eradlcator known,
datamp for trial paokoa Aditreaa aaabora,
WAPJTKM immedlntely, I.ndleH
to work for a wholesale ho-ise on Needlo.
work- at their, hoinea (.Sent any distance).
Goodnavcan bo made. KVPrvthlnrr fur.
Dished Particulars free. Address Artistic Needle
work Co., lis 8 h bu, New York city, j-ndlt
k I CURE
T. W. EDGAR,
OF ESPY, PA.,
RcODeCtfullv inforrriH hia fri
ri is nlanincr mill. In adrlit.lnn in thu
furnish to order doors and inside finish
veneered with all our native wood", also foreign woods, such as Muhogany,
Utipewood.&o., ifc-j. All hard wood Miiulriinfp is used lor Veneered Doors nnd
Inside Fini-h. All work shall bo "Uariiiteerl. W iti.r.iirnni f5i ,(.Q,i r...
vi neering all our D ors and Owingi,
Ash, Hyiamore, Oak, Butlcrtnii, Maple,
Mill, six to ten feet long, six to thirty
DiSTiLiiD frpm selected Barley Malt and guaranteed to be chemically pure
and free from Injurious oils and cldsolten echlnmed In alcoholic liquors! Ill t
esper ally adapted to pertonsc renulilng a Hlmulatlng tonic, Coneun rllves bcln r
greatlv benented by ltsuse. jllecommended by lei dlng i hjblclans as a diuretic
Nervine, Toi le and Alterative. For tor.bun pilus it is Invaluable, l'l l niNP-a
PUKE liAKLEV MALT-WHISKEY lnburca a return ot ieo, -lc i the "stomach a good
appette. arch and nbupdanti blood and Incread rietfi ni,d muwulartiifue! A
stimulant mud and gem le In enccu Uyi.pepf.la, indigestion and all waMlnB dl
eases ca be ei tlrely conquered by the ute or 1 ei ilne 1 ute II, rlej alt hlslcey.
mini wnn? aiiAi,iieitv m AJtVS?ofiu1re,ngtl'cnt,r i ,1,e ra,lre W"em. wat
KINK'S I'UIIE HAltLUy MALT WIUhKEl lias proed a medicinal protection to
those who pursue their avocations in the open ulr and whose dally S ork calls it
exceptional powers m endurance. AUc tour nearett drutitlst or erocerfnrinr
rEltftlNE'sfUItK HAKLKV SI ALT W1IISKI V revues theeSrgl" c?oSse voni
put wltb exce&hlvo ijdlU ur mental effort and acts as a safeguard against exposure
In wet and rlgoroun weather. Itwlll drive all malarli us dl&ascs from the iv,em
Dyspepsia Ond In 1'eirlnbBl'ure Uarlev
nam n-nrr.ni nrM.,r vr,.,,
Malt St'hlskey a powerful
and helper to digestion.
I'UIIE UAltLEY MALT
nys Increases their flagging
nibiiuui. uuuui Dt.uiuiailliy
uuuuvci nvLD uc runw ui iuiiku, uas-
tens convalescence and is a .wnolesome
and prompt dluretlo Watch
none genuine untebs oeanng
JToi tuiie ny an dru 1st
and grocers throuKhou
the united Stales and
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N. it. This is a so-jrw-old, reUAblo nrm. Per.
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Roods Knt by mall or ,cxpres.i to any part ol t ho
world. No matlcr.what you wruit In the (run line
you can get It at the oreat, Western by writing a
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aII thu cnlef couiion jolllcea In the United states
and Canada will li iva on silo excursion tickets at
greatly reduced ratci to us Ancclcs, nan Diego,
and Ban F'anclsco for excursions loavlng tiU
I)ut Wednesday, .laiuarv 11 and February 10,
via Iron Mountain lloute; and Kansas Clty.Tbura
dav. January 11 and Febr.iary 17. via Missouri Pa
cific Hy. Janaont.
QU.KESIl" 3BMBDYS. "
llecelnts fur the cure of llh dlscases.1
are home tre tments: no dniea; lnnrrdl
ents In eery hou-j-j ha cured us and
luuiitniius vi oi iters. I ncv uj iiiuu, aw
tor ono or both, 100. (Stumps.)
MILLS &, i O.,
39 Nonh inn St,
AOENrs W NTM) to Cnnvaso for Ad
vertlslne patronage. A small amount of
work dono with tact and Intelligence may produce
a considerable Income. Agents earn several hun
dred dollars In ioi, missions In a single a ason and
Incur no personal respon-lblllty. Enquire at tho
nearest newspaper oRlco and learn that onrs la
the best known aud beft equipped establishment
for placing ad crtlsemcnts In newspapers and con
veying to advertwer the Information which they
req 'Ire In ordei to make their Investments wisely
and profitably. Met, ot good address, or women,
If well lnfc rmed and practical, may obtain author
ity to solicit ndven Mng patronage for us. Apply
by letter t Ono. P. Kowkll Co., Newspaper Ad
vertising Bureau, 10 Hpruco St., New York, and
full particulars 111 be sent by return mall.
Hen WotiderH exist In thousands of
imms, but are surpassed by the marvels ot
Invention. Those who are In need of prof
itable work that can bo dono while lfvtncr
at home should at once send tbelr address to
Hallet Co., Portland, Jlolne, nnd lecelvo free,
lull Information bow either tex, of all ages can
earn from is to t2S per ay and upwards wher
ever they live. Vou are started free. Caplt not
require d. . Somo have made over ISO In u single
day at this work. All succeed. lydecso.
name on a paokage of COFFEE Is a
guarantee of excellence.
COFFEE is kept In all flrst-clasa
stores from tho Atlantic to the Pacl&o.
is never good when exposed to tho olr.
Always buy this brand in hermetloall-'
sealed ONE POUND PACKAGES.
WfcD troabld Kith those nn,oyinn Irreanlaritlenaa
freqaently followlnca ooldorxpasnre, or from Con
titBtfon! WeakuMw bo peculiar to tbelr hi, thoald
Ut OR, DuCHOINE'8 C-lebrated
FEMALE REGULATING PILLS.
Therara Btrengtbenlna to the entire Rrtemt Impart
tone, vigor and matmetlo force to all functions of bod jr
ndmlod. 8ntbr miI,eecurvtjBenIfKl,l. Addreta.
Dr. Hartor Medicine Co., ST. LOUIS, M0.
nlnnimr mill mrL . ;a .1
Be B aid-. &n , &o. Aho Walnut,
Chem, Pojilar, Ve e.rs, for sale ntllie
t. W. EDO All.
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wj.-i uu u,cr uuiviei i uave careiuuy anM
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II. PltllmlV lnA fm,.i fncal nil .....,
...v U ll,Kt Wil. IU1IUIUI,
metals and acids and Is ab-olutely
pure." Stfitea, Camilla Arthur HaUr,
the label I
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immuti -vu UU UrfVUtfi'tl jao
THE WONDERFUL H mm
K H""rMREN'S CARRIAGES
. .. ana mention carriages.
145 N. 8th St.. Phllada.. Pa.
h4 U ocit rimp bUt form, prlotoU from Rood niJU tTM on
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