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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COl NT Y, PA.
Tks Itnlui of Cartliage.
Mr. W. E. Itabertson writes from lllair
beth, Scotland, to the lndon llmtl as fiU
Having recently vUlted thlj onco famou
city, 1 have thought that It might not be un
interesting lo your renders to know son""
thtng of ths present condition of its mini',
while at the name tlmo I call attention t
wholesale deitructl.m of tlio few but
tlful remaining monument) of glory.
Landing at the little luwii of (luli'lN,
which Is the port of tutus, itnd (listiitit ir .in
It about ton mile, I pat up at the h ...'1
there-, kept by an Italian. A wldo but shal
low lagoon stretches out toward the intuit rn
City on tho left, with which eoiiimunlcRtin'i
ii kept up by train., which run at intervals
during the day, A milt' or two Ir.im the na
tion, on a wide plateau, lie como upon
foundation of it whII, some throe feet .n
thickness, Following this for three mllf-,
tfo come to some plowed ground com 1
With fragments of broken marble column',
with here and there a heap of ruins, fast
crumbling to decay, Heated among these we
contemplate the history of a city which was
once tho rival of Rome, and toward which
the eyes of the civilized world wcro turned,
llere Hannibal, when a boy nlue years of
age, was led to the altar by his father Ham
Hear, and there with his hands upon lt,madc
to swear eternal hostility to the Roman peo
ple an oath which his after life proved had
nit been forg .t'.eu by biui. On this hillside
in later years the Roman envoys stood, and
one of thtiu, addressing the C'arthagculan
Senate, said, folding his toga over his arm,
"la this fold I carry peace or war, choose
you which you will have." "Give us which
you will," Is the reply. "Then take war,"
aye the Human envoy, letting his toga fall
loose, and war, fierce and long continued,
was odm more waged between these hostile
The only remain in any way complete
are the reservoirs and the nqrduct. Th fJt'
incr are in a good state o . -.lation, niid
aro Construct ' a 8Ca' of great magnlfl
iney aro calculated to hold a largo
supply ot water. These have all been arched
over, but some of the arches are begiuniug I
to give way. and have tumbled into tho
tanks Round the margin of these pools
paths extend, paved with small pieces of an electric battery. Ine incision was neat
polished marble about an inch square. All ly sewed up to hold the plate in place, and
around may bo picked lip tho fragments of the cicatrix covered with collodion or other
pottery, broken jars, etc., which, doubtless, tincture of irj-i tittvi. Another copper
have been in use for the carrying of watt-r by plate, connecting with the same pole of the
the maidens of tho city. A few ancient Coins battery was buried at the base of the skull,
were given me here by a Utile boy who had and still a third, of zinc, connected with the
picked them up when herding his goats nt
by. Some of them appear to be Roman
The aqueduct, constructed of enoniic is
blocks of stone, and extending away town-'!
the direction of Tunis, has in many pluc ,
given away ; but enough remains nb. .
' ground to enable us to trace it through many
The lovely situation of the city, standing
on that prominent headland against which
thewaves of the Mcditerrenean beat, as in
the days when the Roman fleet went down
beneath them, wtnt far to captivate those
who ultimately became its conquerors. That
it.mlgnt not be so accessible to foreign in
Tasions, accouuts, in all probability, for the
change ot situation in the more modern city
It was with regret I found among the ma-
terial collected for building purposes at the
town of Goletla yards of marble columns,
with carved work of the most magnificent
description, all of which aro being broken
up to erect some humble buildings.
The Italians and Spaniards of the Middle
ages have adorned their places with marble
from Carthage.and the Venetians have their
friezes and columns, which were once the
admiration of Dido and of Hannibal. Is it
too much to hope that an effort might yet
ecure for us Bomo relic of a city, the very
loundations or which may, before long, be-
come lost to our sight ?
Thirty-eight Days Without ''nod or Water.
How long may a dog subsist without eith
er food or water is a question likely to
arise after reading the following: On the
Sdof January last, a gentleman resident on
Elm street lost a valuable dog of the spaniel
breed. The animal was seen last by the I
owner a children, with whom it went out. I
U . Ct , I 1 ... , I
u' me uog was missed tne lOSS I
1 1 ii .i ... .... I
w auTcmaeu in me uaiiy papers, but notli- I
tog; was heard of the missing spaniel until
Saturday last. In the forenoon of that day
the owner1 children went into an empty
house near by to amuse themselves. In the
cuunm ui pmy, one oi mem opened me door
v. - -.v. n.,cu tut, U,ng uog was
found lying in one corner apparently dead
On a closer inspection, however, it was found
tbat the pooraulmal was still alive, although
reduced to little else than skin and bone.
Without delay tho children had their favo
ritewhich was not alio to crawl even car
rlA ,n,n. .it.. .i..i.
wm given to it, and before many hours it
had bq far ,.mi a , i ii. , I
The dla, ,7 ', , i
ine disappearance of the dog is now ac-
counter! r,. f .i . .,t. , .
,h child t,,.,t i:" " ir; ' IT. 7:
th ., i rH' ? "f
j ..w v-j ,a,JV HICJ II1U-I, III
leaving, nave acclilr ntally Bhut. him in mid
gone and lelt him. From that day until
last Saturday nobody had been in the empty
house, and there the dog had been for
l.t.(. .1 t.t ...
uiuty-cigut u.ijs muium either iood or
water, lo make sure that there was no
source from which she animal could huv
bad sustenance, the owrcr paid a visit to the
house, nnd satisfied himself, niter a careful
scrutiny, that there had been no food or
water within reach. At the time the don
was imprisoned it was very fat, which had,
no doubt, much to do with the fact of it,
t,nt ii..,i 1 7'.,,,. r-i.i.
.u..s. ,,. w.uor.
The latest crematiou experiment at Wash-
Ington, 1'h., was an ignominious failure. A
granger reaming near mere loiind a live and
ft..i... ....... .. .
i..y ,.wiiu uuB waiiuering on ins premises
ulMi.nir mi, itl,n.l ...a .
"""""""J iuie means ui support; so lie
captured the beetle, bottled him up and bu-
ried Mm In a i now bank. At the end of
live weeks he was released from his urisou.
and appeared as full of life nj a tramp is ol
impudence. Then the gra.ger took the bug
over to Dr. J.eJloyue s furnace aud subject-
ed him to a heat of l,m degrees above it-
.u .u, liuuni, mm wnen tne oven was
v .uuv .mim.ou, UUg smiled sardonic-
u vt. tlsnntwl tiU tvlt..a
iarVs uUL-uw7, TC ZI"....- ,.L
r . - vivwi-nu ilUUif
.i tun ujrv 10 ooi uue and v.e
ll j laV I ' -.V.r.L.a U .,gu.of life had disappeared, and
Jl is apt 10 snake a man's confidence
his wife to awake In the early morning and
nnu ner sitting on tne edge of tbe bed, go
ing through tils pockets. And it Is ant
shake n woman's confidence in her husband
lo fiad nothing in thote pocket, but a la
irtr!Mr rl.et'k. a tile. nf Imtnanj
, . ' . ! . , --""sv,
. variety show ticket, and a perfumed note
alpied, "tvex yours Julia."
Wllhoot a Sonl.
A RRMARKAI1M3 EXPERIMENT.
Stuns le Doctcur Bimy d'Alembcrt a no.
l"l French surgeon and physician, has long
held that life might be prolonged Indefinite
ly in some classes of patients ; Mich, for In
'moc, as those whohavo suirered no fatal
l.'slons, or who are perishing from nniemla
nr the degeneration and tinn production of
.minor blood oorpusclos. Until the Oth diiy
of last Joveiiib"rho found no one willing
to accept as tine his vein! ily visionary
theory, hut having secured asulttblo patient
f ir experimental purposes in tho person of
Jf. Xat'tan Isinrs, u no.tr relative, bv the
way, of ll.inm Roth-child, h! immediately
proceeded to drm mtrntc tho truth of his
hi'licrio nusubstaiiilal abortion. Sir. Is
iir.es was dying of an aiia.ur.ie disorder, and
having hoard of l)r. d'Alembort's theory,
ho nent for htm on the d.ttc above mentioned,
having discharged his family physician,
and placed himself wholly under the care of
Dr. d'Alembcrt. Upon his arrival Dr. d'
Alcmbort found his patient at the point ol
deKth, and the mnro strongly to demonstrate
the tmabillty of his belief, ha determined to
allow Mr. Isaacs to expire before trying his
experiments. No stimulants being exhibi
ted, Mr. Isaacs quietly breathed his last on
tho morning of November 11 at half-past
four o'clock. Dr. d'Alembcrt, who slept in
tho house, having been informed of this fact
by one of the nurses, immediately had the
body placed in tho box (constructod with
double walls packed with charcoal) and en
tirely covered with pounded ice, and then
had it removed to his offi'oe, where in the
presence of Dpi. Dupuy, Dien, EttWune.
and Record (the two latter members r Jl6
Academy of Science), had the "J 'om:
ved from the box, wiped the-o"?0'? dry and
placed on a ' 4U MP uf which was
f,i-...Ai of n plate of glass two inches in
thickness. The Paris Heme itulioalc de
scribes the results of tho experiment as fol
lows : Two assistants then began with dry
friction to shampoo the entire surface of the
body. This being thoroughly done the doo-
tor made an incision reaching to the spine
at tho lint vertebra, and buried tliere a
smooth copperplate attached' to one wire of
opposite polo of ttie battery, was buried in
similar manner at the base of tho Bternum,
Krerything being in readiness, an almost
imperceptible stream of electricity vaa turn
ed on, and no gradually increased that it was
fully an hour before any twitching of the
muscles could bo discovered. At intervals
of five minutes the tongue was moistened
with an elixir composed of cognac brandy
of one hundred and eighty per cent, proof,
which had been rectified six tunes through
filters of saod, charcoal and felt. Tho tongue
and fauces were moistened with lime juice
and water to prevent excoriation of them by
the strength of the liquor. At the end of
an hour, as above slated, a slight tremor of
tue muscles became discernible ; and at the
end of the Beoond hour very minute globules
"f perspiration could be seen with the mag-
nlfying glass upon tho glands of the throat,
axilla; and groins. At this point artificial
respiration was begun aud kept up. Toward
the close of the third hour the flesh hail U
moist feeling, the entire surface of the body
bein covered wilh a "got perspiration,
Fronl thU sta8e we deem h be8t 10 Ter
batim the dl"y of Dr- d'Alombert :
Fourth hour Breathing being establish-
artificial respiration was discontinued,
The time between the exhalation and inha-
lation of the breath, twenty seconds, though
growing more natural,
Fifth hour Slight pulsii; breathing all
right ; on forcing open the eyes, pupils
found very much dilated ; eyes not glassy.
Fifth hour Left in charge of attendants
while physicians were at dinner, no reliable
notico of progress taken.
Seventh he ur Still improving; pulse
regular, though very weak ; eyes open and
shut of themselves.
Eighth hour Stimulation with brandy
discontinued ; strong egg nog of coat's milk
being substituted; steady progression.
Ninth hntlr A mutlpred tlimrt nl
Tnth V.l'n"t, n,1 lS-,iftk Vm.Nn
change excep't thattn"the'at half of the
twelfth honr, immediately before a slight
slumber, the patient called for "wife and
Etta" (his child!
ThIrte.nth VnurtN,nlh hRi.rsftoi.nrf
slumber, from which the patient awoke re
freshed, and began a conversation in a weak
tone. Perfectly rational.
Tho battery wtu kept attached to Mr. Is
aacs and the stimulants continued, though
at longer Intervals and in larger quantities,
?P V T tb' '"'r g
8tory 14 ,lle fac' tuat though Mr. Isaacs re-
'""'l Intellect with the renewal of bis
L., , ,, , , , . ., ,
M et moral faculties were eutirely
dormant. When his wife and child were
' 5i'" l'e evinced noeuiotion what-
ever, and while he recalled every Incident
of his former life aud all of his acquaint
ances say that his conversation and Ideas
were more brilliant than ever beforeyet it
was impossible to call up any association
that was aught save indifferent to him,
When informed of his mother's death
(though he had been tbe most devoted of
sons) lie merrly remarked, ''Well, sbo was
old enough, heaven knows," Though form
erly very devout In bis observance of relig
ion, he had become very blasphemous. He
" , we truui 11 ikxssioio 10 lie,
""u "veintii to tako a uiosi intenso delight to
... , .,.. ,, .
.... .,irau.iu. ins jirrsuu any uujeci
even of the must trUinl iImk It. ,n,i
frequent attemt.ta t ,. it,. .l-tn, r i.t.
watch while bending over to administer
stimulunts: &e. Dr. ilevnuilt Kt l'Jerr.
i . . . . . . -
tbe Highest l'arislaii authority on insanltv
a a . ' '
and malteN relating to the psvcholoirv and
physiology of the brain, beiugcalled in said
that he could account fur his condition only
Uv supi.nslnir that while. 1.1 .n. u.fi
been resumed along with h s new llfr bj
soul had tied forever. Me argues lhat L,
this a caseonly of Insanity the brafu would
not havi increase 1 iu brilliancy, nor would
themen.ory have continued so perfect,
The bla.uheml.,. a.,,1 oh.eenn.v.n.l .1
I ..-.-v. .....
conversation of Mr. Isvucs having becom.
.a iir.rr .It, i w.j I,. .I!,.,.-!!.
ti.!- it .l .
death had resumed his sway. Immediately
on his dissolution the eves sank, the ski
Iu 1 shriveled, a hideous stench oervaded the
I whole apartment, and the corpse had all the
- appearance of being dead for weehs. Thus
to ended one of the most remarkable nwrl
nients on record.
- Dr. d'Alembert savs lhat nm, in iu.
I t....i . ....
i pennieutoeiiaa made several similar ones on
the bodie. of cats and dogs starved to death
for lho purpo1)) experimenting.
Dr. Schonck'a Standard
The standard rrmodlos tor all diseases ot the lungs
are Kchenck's Putinonlo Kyrup, Hchoock's a Ww d
Tonic, and tvhonuk's Msndrako 1111s, nnd It ttikrn
before mo lungs are destrojed, a speedy cure Is ef
forlod. Tj tlicRO Ihro medicines Dr. J II. Pchcncv, A
riillsilfivlila, owes his unrlT,tllcd succcs.i I.. tue
trcitraeut pnlnmarv d'ciiscs.
tuo riumoniu Hyrup ripens i no moiDiu mai wria
the Mines i naturo throws it on liy an CKy exfs'Ct-
rstlon.for wIilii (lie puirtrra or mutter la rl iixitRiit
cation nlll lliro.t It utr, tho p.uli'iit tins ri:it uuU l lie
luius bt'ptn to iK'al.
'1 j pua.le the Pulmonic Hti-yu to do Hits, "ehnrk'n
Mttndritko Pills nnd chrnrks .--pit uiil 'loulo must
ba Ireely itfod to cltitn-e the Mo.nuri. tmd liter,
ncliencl. s .Mandrake 1'1'ls urt on th liver, re tuux
ail olutru.nloii-, rein v tliu u'.'ill PI tilik'r,ttio bile starts
freoly, oi-l the liver It soon r'HlMtoi.
soli'i.ik'HS(ii Weed Ttini.; Is a centlo stltnulsLt
and alteint rii; tliei nlkstl ut whlcli It is ro.nroted
inlcs with tne Tuod aud presents souring. It aviMa
the dlgeattun by f.nln? no the st'imncli to a huii!iy
cuadtuon .) tint tue lo-id mut tlae l"iln,outc ynni
will uu.kn eij I bi.vnl t then tuo lunus heal, and tlic
rall-'iit win x irel K'tnulilt csru Is takoi. toro
vent rresh iid.
A!' wnowwi to cons'ilt Dr S-nen"k. elthor rjer
tonsil) or by letter, can tit soathlsprtnelpMomce,
corner ot Mtii nud Arch btrcct.-i.rlillili IphU, every
seti?n.'k's iiifillctnet nro sold by all drug-glits
tijnmliotit tbe eo intiy.
strikes nt the root ot disease by purltylnj the Mood,
resUirlnf Hie liver nnd kldnejs to hcultay action,
luvuuratlug tuo nervous bstcm,
Is not a vile, nauseous compound, uhtch simply
purges tho bowels, but a safe, pleas tut remedy
which Is sure to purify tho blood aud thereby re
store IhJ health,
Vep; rll no
Is now prescribed In cases ot wrofula and othor dis
eases oftne tiloo I, by mmy or tho best physicians,
owing to Its great success la curing all diseases or
Does not deceive Invalids Into false hopes by pnrg
Ing aud creating a Mentions appctlto, but assists na
ture In clearing and purlftmg tho whole system,
leading the patient gradually to perfect health,
Was looked upon as an eperlmep "" some time by
rtm nf nnr liMt. nhrRllllin h,.K lUOSe most IllCrcdU-
lous In regard to Us me-' ro now Its most ardent
mends and sunr-".
J.VS a Boston nhystdao, "has no eoual as a blood
purifier. Flooring or Its many wonderful cures, after
all other remedies had taUod, 1 visited the laboratory
and convinced mysoU of Ua genuine merit It 13
preparca tram oarKS, roou ana ue rps, cacn or wrucn
is hlirhlv errecUve. and tiirv aro cotnrwuiulesl in
suca a manual na to pradaca astonishing results,
Is acknowledged and reotninendcl bv nhnddass
and apothecaries to be the beet purifier and cleanser
or the taood yet discovered, and thousand speak hi
Its praise woo have been restored to health.
WHAT IS NEEDED.
Boeros, rcb IS, WT1.
Ur. n. It. Stevens i
Dear HIT s bouc one vcar since I round mvsell tn
teeDlecoadlllOQ from ireneral debUltv. Vmretlna
wasstruogtv rtKoiniiiund.xl u me bv a friend vrhoj
naa tKn muca oeneoiea oy it nsc. i prucurea uie
article, and otur using several bottlett was ro-0tore4
to ncalth and discontinued Its use. 1 foci conndont
utattaerc is uo medicine superior to ltfor UuiHO
oomplidnts ror which It Ide9ieciui)vprptir6d,'and
would che-trfiuly reoommend It to those who feci
thai they need something to restore them to perfect
health. Kespectiulty yours.
U. L. PETTINQILL.
Firm of B. M. retUnglli (Jo,, to state sL, Bostoa.
UiHciHMin. Kov. 91. tsra.
r. TL n. Stevens i
Dear Sir The two botUes of Veeetinn rnrnbtbd
me by jour acent my wife has used wlta crtat ben-
ror a rani: umo sno nas oeen tronmed with dim-
nesand cuttlveness: these troublea are now en
tirely removed hy the Uhe ef vegotino
he was &Ih) troucled with dvsnensU and ireneral
debility, and has been greatly beneflted.
Feci AKysolf a jKTow Man.
Nines. Mass.. Jono l. is?i
Mr. n. R. Stevens t
near bir Tnrougn t no aavieo and earnest peraoft
fdon of Itev. IS. M. Hest, of this place, J have bees
taking Vcgetlne for dyspepsia, ot which J have suf
fered for years.
have us. omv two DOttleH and aire ldTfelmv.
self a new mui. itespeeunlry,
Dr. 3. W. CARTBB.
Beport from a Practical Chemist and
IIuhton, Jan. 1, ism.
-Thlalsto eertlTv that I have sold at rfl-
UU iuh dozen (itou botues) ot yoilr Vegctlnolnce
best HousfacUon ot anyremedy fur the complaints
tor which It Is recommended thlt I ever sold.
uiRb j eviTsaict acurce-
lvadavnaiweH without sama'f mvenstomerK
fjtDg to Tu menu on thejnteHes or their friends.
un rfcctly cognltant of several cases of acromions
iiuk uurt-u uy vugeune aione in wis ncini
Very rvupecUuUy yours,
Al UILUAN. 4ta Broadwav.
To U. R. Stevens, Esq.
Preparetl liy H. R. Stevens, Boston, Mass.
Vegetine is sold by all druggists,
or Scrofula, and all
tciofulous diseases, Erysi
pelas, Kose, or St. Antho
ny's Fire, Eiuptions and
Eruptive diseases of the
shin, Ulcerations of the
Liver, Stomach, Kidneys,
Lnngs, Pimples, l'ustules,
Boils, Blotches, Tumors,
Tetter, Salt Ithemu. Scald
Head, Ringworm, tllcera.
Sores, Kheumatism, Neuralgia, Pain in
the Horn', Side and Head, Female
WoakutpH, Sterility, Ieucorrhtea, arising
from internal ulceration, and Uterine
disease, Syphilitic and Mercurial dis
eases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Emaciation,
(leneral Debility, and for Purifying the
This Sarsaparilla is a combination of
vegetable alteratives SUllingia, Man
drake, Yellow Dock wit), the Iodides
of Potassium nnd Iron, and is the moat
elEcacious medicine yet known for
the diseases it is intended to cure.
Jts ingredients are 60 skilfully com
bined, that the full alterative, effect of
each is assured, and while it is eo mild
as to be harmless even to cliildreu, It is
still to effectual as to purge out from the
system Urose impurities and corruptions
which develop into loathsome disease.
The reputation it enjoys is derived
from its cures, and the confidence vihich
promineut physicians all over the coun
try repose in it, prove their experience
ol its usefulness,
CYi-Uticates attesting its virtues have
u cumulated, and are constantly being
receives!, and as many of these ciics aie
publicly known, they furnish ronvineing
evidence of the rupcriority of this Sar
saparilla over every other alterative
medicine. So generally is its buperi
ority to any other medicine known, that
we need tlo no inoio than to assure the
jutbllo that the Iwst qualities it has ever
possessed aro drictly maintained,
Dr. J. C. AYER dt CO,, Lowell, Mass.,
i'ri.cflei.f (..id .tnutyttcttl fhrmiMtt,
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The state require sa hlaher order of citizenship. Tho times demand It. It Is one ot the prima objects of this scsj il to help to seciuu tt to fiirnl-lil n? liiiem
sent and entclent Teachers for her Schools. Toihtscndit solicits young personsof food abilities and good purposes, tlinso who desire tiilnipiirte llelr tone
aud their talents, as udents. To all such It promises aid In developing their powers, and abundant opportunities for well paid labor alter lea lug school. 1 or
iuiuiuKue. allures tne i niicipai.
IIO.V. II.I.IA.M UI,Vi:i.I I'realdrnt Ilonrd
Hopt. 8, '78,-ly
WHOLESALE DRUG EMPORIUM.
Corner Main aud Market Street
BLOOMSBURG, P A.
The undersigned having been engaged m tho
business for the past eight years would call the attention of country
dealers to their large aud varied stock.
They defy competition by any house in or out of the large cities.
Their stock consists of Paints, Oils,
Glass, Putty, Patent Medicines, Spices,
-"B 3rt O "W E ZR. ' S BLOCK.
Where may be found a large stock of Surgical Instruments,
Sponges, Chamois, Colognes, Perfumery and in fact everything kept
in a well regulated retail Drug Store.
.They are also Sole Manufacturers of the cekbiote
OIL OF GLADNESS.
CALL AND EXAMINE OUU STOCK.
May 19, 1.-tf.
Then Buy MILLER BROS.'
and save one-third tbe cost of
Is much handsomer and will
CHEMICAL PAINT Ee
(em whtle ir any color desired. Is on many thousands or the tin
point. Is prepared ready for use
lSM55tol .maP3'.?,,wJ"cb llave DSCl Pa'fted six
r!3.i . vi rA,NT t"48 taken First JTcmlums at
IU V-USJ VUU11
of colors sent tree.
I. K rs A 31 K L PAINT CO, 118.
Then Buy N. Y. ENAMEL PAINT OO.'S
SSV CHEMICAL PAINT M&tfuSSiBSUilS
paint. Is prepared ready for use In white or anr color desired. Is on many thousands or tho Quest butMlnirt
.??.V.nAr'tn"ulv.of which have been palnud six years, and now look as well as whennrst nalnted.
v-iitsniuAi. rAINT has taken Flrbt P at
l0.8?" Address N. V. EN A A I
a., 1 s n ater street, Clerelanu, Ohio.
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
Dealer in Law Blanks, Sunday School Libraries, Depositary of the
WINDOW CUETAINS, WALL PAPER,
Books and supplies not
On Short Notice at the
Store in Exchange Hotel
HARMAN & HASSERT. Proprietors;
Kant SlriM't, houlli Nlilcot'l. & II. Itallrond ltluoiiisbui't;, I'a.
PespecUully call tbe attention of the public to the
Hon umi HUAt-ts CAhTlM.ri. 'ihci make
MnTafriioa t PLOWS. uhoall kinds
and arc prepared to furnish all kinds of repairs, such
lutk&a vuu ,ui.iuvru ivimuimK iiruiu lur lue
They are akto prepared ty furnish HAW ANU tiltlSl'
, HlAUai U.A.HUU w
Repairing of Threshing
Thn nronrletorfi belnir nrarttcal mccbanlCB. havtneliad an oireiienc nf nrrr iiiirtv unn th unt.iiri'nL
ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
Arch Street, between 7th and 8th
pmRfiRi-rHife the ('etc rr tie FxkitltKu the H Ck nd has tf f n re-rolntrd end fretcred. parlors re
furnUhrd, neu carpi n. te. 'Tl.rlict.tr In all llr-arrtlntu.iits Is uii-uri ettid icr rtuiloit! the culinary
derailment llrir jlellid I y r.cl r. Milrif H e ( tnKLnlal the M, I lud anieifdtnlisii;iilar raits, and
rnaeaTored totxteodthe lime rcintcrls lo Itsrairths uhll l.od pilMcuily; in this aitlialarlt stood
Mr. o.Y. Wullinlinssfsoclsted ith him his too, Gee. K Mullln, tMl Edward L. Due, of I t. Wayne,
Ind..'unflr thu nun numo of CI. W. Mullln f!o.
'' 'ihanklnir ) li.rpatt islronsiie t nd to Ire tn
rnconrsreiiieni as in ine pabi, w aie, retpiciiuny,
3'jH?k!-i?. Viak'kh, licm cicrt.
J.T. HKILES, Cashier.
The underslgrned will sell at prlrate axis
A VALUABLE FA KM,
sttaated In Ftshlnrrrerk toirn'htp.COriabta county
bounded hj lands of John Haiti. Hamttd'Khsse, Jo
wl nh Coh-mann heirs. Chai lea Ash, llaalel U.ns and
William Uulme, contalals; aboat
ot nbteti about Hi acres aro ckarMx, a unkh Is
A GOOD FRAME nOUSE,
HltAMK HAUN, and all its,easary asttoBdlnirs.
There Is aba
A GOOD ORCHARD,
On the iirersises
Terms will be made known tr calling on the ua
denhrcad, ur by Addreb&u( hhu at ktia Vaur, ra.
l Onlsi. f atasaaasarsW
BVperlenee.l, etrietnt, and ultra to their work. Ulstlpllne,
a paint that
as any other
years, and now look as wall
twenty of the btate Fairs ot tl
us wuen urst, painuiu.
rcmiums at tw enty ot the btate Fairs ot tho Union. Hample card
Address MILI.Bll llltOM, 1M A ater street, Cleveland, Ohio.
i.l'rlLce strt tt, N. Y. M ay IV, c-ly.
twenty of the stauj Fairs of the Colon. Hample card
N T u O.. 1 78 1'rloco street. N. Y.. or M I L L K II
May U, '7S-ly.
PICTURE FRAMES, REWAP.D CARLS
on hand can be furnished
Most Reasonable Bates.
Building, Bloomsburg, Pa.
following statements t They manufacture all kinds ol
thu I'tkbiauu uilu'iual ui.d iMPKnvRTi
U hepulis. sulu tisloia i,uaiua i oiiiib. Luuubih
as (Irates. Fire Prick, 4c., wholesale and retail. They
.1 in. I run nm, e, luu ujohb ecououticill utaiu 111 Use.
MILL MAdill.MaiV bllAFil.SU, 1'ULLIiVb, 4.C -lhe)
Machines. Reapers, &c,
Sts.. PHILADELPHIA. Pa
extend the liu-illnmltsct Ihe ft, llcud vtlh the some
(jr. AY. MULLIN & CO-
C3-. T. T.,
Wonderful Adventures of a Pullman
Itev. K, E. Hale's great story tn
IBS CHKXBXZAXO' UNION,
Itev. II, V. lietcher and Lyman Abbott, Editors.
Ilrec her',, Krruiuna,
and Abbott's Sunday-fcchool Lessons every wrek.
AU Iht ieit Contributor! in the country.
f 3.00 per) ear. To clergymen, SJJiO. Tlirr
Minnlhs iu trial, 7& cents. AgentH wentetf. HeBU
stamp for sample cony. Address IHUtATlO C, KIMJ,
uomavr, vi rui riauv, ficw mil,
la not estdlj earned In these tlmrs but It
can be made In Ibreti montlui by any one
of tltlu r aei, la any pari ol tho country
vho la wullna to work tleuoliy at the emisoymett
IhatwtiiumUih. tea ner week in your own town.
t ousted nolle away iromhemu overnight. You
ran give our Low time lu the ork, or only your
pare moments. Hcobls laitblngiu Irytnu bubl-
ntss. Terms ana uuuini iree. auuxcm m uwa,
ii. t!LU(TT c ua, roruauo, jtauux,
Jfeu. 14 Tl )c
fefffl'l , A.
Iwmitlt.il supiily of pure.soit,
tlrin but kind, iiil(.inn and Ih jwnjli
(,0I .1. (I. I'lti:i:.i:, Seerrinry.
T. L. GrUNTON, Proprietor,
MAIVsrifERr, IlKLOW MAltKHT.
Manufacturer of ami L'eakr in all kinds o)
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WOKKS
We use tho hest AMEIIICAN nnd IT.MIAN Marble,
Ho has on hand and furnishes to or.inr
URN'S, VASES, U.
Every Tartety ol .Marblo cutting neatly eteculcd at
the lowest market prices.
A luni? tiraellealevr.erlenee and nersnnal attention
to rmainesM makes the proprietor contident of trUlna
satisfaction. All orders by mall promptly attended
W. I . IIUX V'.U.
ttSfy. II- Work (Mimed free n rhnrge.-fSa
Aus. St, '-l-ty. T. L. (It'STOJf, I'r'opr letor,
Thoroughly Cures Diseases op the Skin,
Beautifies the Complexion, Prevents
amd Remedies Rheumatism and Gout,
IIeai Sores and Abrasions or Tim
Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion.
This Standard External Remedy for Erup
tions, Sores and Injuries or the Skin, not only
REMOVES FROM THE COMPLEXION ALL BLEM
ISHES amine; from local impurities of the
blood and obstruction of the pores, but also
those produced by the sun and wind, such as
tan and freckles. It renders the CUTICLE
MARVELOUSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH and PLIANT,
and being a wholesome beautifier is far
preferable to any cosmetic.
All the remedial advantages ofSitl
niUR IIaths are insured by Tint use of
Glenn's Sulphur Soap, which in addi
tion to its purifying effects, remedies and PRE
VENTS Rheumatism and Gout.
It also DISINFECTS CLOTHING and LINEN
and PREVENTS DISEASES COMMUNICATED BY
CONTACT with the TERSON.
It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald
ness, and retards grayness of the hair.
Physicians speak of it in high terms.
Prices-25 and 50 Cents per (lake: Per
Box (3 Cakes). 60c. and $1.20.
K. E Tb $o test takti r triple the tut of tho& j
"HILL'S HAIR AND WHISKER DYE,"
ntmck or llrown, SO Cents.
C S. CMTTEITOS, Prtp'r, ? Sixth At.,S.Y.
i r, ss, T.-iy,
ALBREGHT & 00.
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
Tho ALHiuxirr & Co. Tiakos aro
first-class in every reaped, buing con
sidered tho leading riiiladclphin
mako by musicians and competent
jutlcei. Through thoir extensivo
facilitiefl', 'Mewrs. AinitmiT & Co.
nro enabled to turn out instruments
tlmt nro not Biirpussed any wliero, nnd
still soli thorn at price within tho
rtxtch of all, No I'iano U pcrniitteel
to lenvo tiicir factory unlcsa witihfrtc
tory to tho most minute particular,
lienco their gunrantco of fivo years
is a, thing of value. AU lata im
provements of importance aro found
in these, instrument!).
Mkhkus, Ai.nitfXTiiT & Co. havo r
cp.lvod the most ilnttcring Testinio
niala from L. M, GorreciULK, Franz
Arrr.OiwAVK Sattf.h, J. K. IIimmkls
bacii, William Volsif.ffeii nnd
many othor eminent artists, beside,
being able to rcfor to tliousanda of
privato purchawrs. schools, eciiii
narieo, societies and teachers.
Pianos, conscientiously selected per
orders by mail, carefully packed nnd
shipped safely to any part of tho world.
SBr lror further particulars as to
reforonccs, pricon and terms, address,
610 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
I'RAGTIOAI. PIANO DIAKVR,
TUXCIl AIVU KtlVilltClt.
nitST CLaBS WANOfl AND OROaNS KOIt BALK.
SEOONU HAND I-IANOS TAKEN Vi KlCIUNUtt.
OltDKM IIT MAIL 1-UOtU-TLY KXBCUTHD,
RAIL FIOAD TIMETABLES
IIII.AIM'.l.l'llA AM) IlKADIN'i mA1
AlIIIAXlil All.N 1 Hi I AM-1 f 1 l.,
July 11, i!c.
Tin ins t.nArs irrriT s mil on s (ft m t t r t i k
I'm- Sow Velk, l'i,llntiel.litn. I.undli u. ihimii,
Tamnnnn, e , it.ann, m
l t.r u.it n lnji, I l,i; ... in. and !,f p. i .
Tor llll.imspi.il.c.fe n.M . m. mm i
rums pun RvrBRf inv nt isitttv
l.t n e Me- YfJtlt. rf. In.
t.ravf lltllnrletptiln. ,ts . m.
Itne Iftmdliiir. i l.n it. m., FHttMiiit ,.
mill Tiwnaritis, l.ro p. in.
I.ente i nt..iv Iwtn, r.,0 n,is n, in, SMI i . i
Leuit' llllanlsiHji m ii iu lt.lv m. mill mi. i i,
lac-nvcrs i tHtuiii M Stii, i.i.n li,,,,,,,
phi i k" turoiif tttiotitclmngeol ors.
J, I!. M" T I
C. 0. inxonoK. toi.l WET
O'llitril Hi Kit tonnt
On umi attei NuikihUi tiiili.lsti.tiulnsttlllliLti
Kilo Mall s.iii a. in., m i I i l.iimi n... . n ... .,
" ( I'll il.liltlHllit h
ieiutunceuiiiinud.il ( 1, ll.lli n. hi. 1.1 ine , li.ii ui
it U.:,r, p. in,
Eluilrn Mull 4. If, n. m., nrrlie niiiilrn lu.mi n. m.
Uuitulu llAlir.sii.ldn. in, uiiHu llulliilus.tun. in
MH 'I ll Altl).
Uunalo i:press uim, Iii.iuinfllriiris.tuiir4.ruii.nl
" lialllii.uios.4ii "
Klmlra .Mall 11.18 a.m., unite iimii-tt.itr I.M1 p. m
ttOMIUIIilUll u.tu '
" uhliit t on s.so "
llarrhburiiccoininodatton 6.40 p. in. unite Hauls
tiurg 1U.&U p. m.
nrrlte Haltlmuie s.'.'Ao.m
' Washington C.13 "
I'.rle Mallti.M a. in. nrrlte HniilsUunrS'iftii. in.
" lln1tlini.lv t.4u "
" 'Wutlitngloii lu.rl "
All dally except Sunday.
I). M. HOVI), Jr., (leneral rassmger Agen
A. .1. ("AhSA'l T, Cenernl Manage
1 : 1 . A W A 1 1 K, LACKAWANNA
Tlmc-Tablo No. a), 1nl.es effect at 4:30 A. M
MONDAY, .NOVK.MIinit 22 ISTS.
P ni. p.m
2 YU 6 C
2 2.5 ti 0
2 31 u 85
2 S3 II )3
2 4G CIO
2 52 6 16
2 58 T 01
3 14 7 (8
3 17 7 11
3 ! 7 15
0 20 !
..Wist I Ittstbll...
Kingston . ..
I Itinouth ....
Avi.nit.He . .
. . Mill I.Hillinv.....ll ft
.. .luck's l eny . 11 17
4 15 8 43
4 21 S 16
.... llertvltk ..
Hilar u i el: II
...Hlllot. (iiiive.... 11 0
I.luic HWge '11 43
r 1-10" 11
. . .UICHim htirg Ill r7
.,. luij'ei L iv a
tutnuls-j r.ildge. 12 07
Cl.ll'k's ' ultdl... 12 111
7 M I
Damme 12 2ft
cliutas y 12 al
.. ..(ainu'on. .. 12 so
ft 47 S 40
5 51 S 47
0 10 9 16
W. F. I1AI.S1 K
nuperlntcndent s oniee, seranton, Dec,
SI. C, SUM & BIW,
Camagc-jj Bujgio:, Ihictcns, Sleighs,
I'LAl 1 UII.M WAGOSP, 4C.
Flrst-clats uoik ulnnjson hand,
i!i:i'AII(IN(l NUAILY DONE.
I'rlces reduced tu suit thu llu.es.
Jan. 5. 1SI7-II
The Coluinbian Law Dookut.
A complete record Ifr tho use cf attorneys. Con
leniently arranged fur tho rtocketlnjor allcaser,
eontnliilng ft'O pages, "ltli double Index. This Is
the most complete book for lawjcn that is pub,
Publisliotl by Brockway & Elwell
Editors and Proprietors of the Columbian,
DLOOMSBUnG, 3? A..
Jerij I'n jihiuaU a
DUt. C"1l' HM; trie.
! n t wHh Calti.
I Utile ' j.i lror.h,j-l
tr tlnf., alF rlrant
rfM a UK lift
uiloot. -jt as'ravl
iud, rollir butl-n,
Iniy iiii v.ii-t
ring. ld tretiU' V U
linn ttlantoMt pl, Thu
tbnta artrUl Mnl,
p U mM, fur 10 ctmt.
"11 In I. i.i ir,"' iii-. !,, hfhf nf Ittth iia1vrll.
Tr1 g.- i a t, ,et, et rB( , iu ) , Hr,.rt,a Mid rIUbt 111 bu
r n irt I'uf. n n Lturill, uduiif. &t, U Ih
rcTtOI tTIKH Tikis 11 CalN,
X. &TOCKJIAN, t7 EON D BTliEEl', Wtw Tork,
Jau. b, isn-ui j V j; oo.
GRSATlEDUCTlOM III THE
PIIICE OF I'A IN TP,
Strictly ri'linivnirn .t;.nil cents per pouni
guaiunteed equal to any lu tho market,
MON'TOUK WlllTi'. I.K.t ii at 1ii cents per pound,
C'liiul to any for dm ability.
MONTOUH HI ATI! PAINTS s, 0 and 10 cents per
pound, aucoriliiis to colur,
MONTOI'Il MF.TAl.Mc"imilWN s cents rrr pound.
Hie bist r.re-l'rouf Irt,u paint In the ilarket.
MONTOI'Il MF.T.M.UClTiinti-Ndrv 2 ami 3 cents
per ouLd. According to quanlliy.
Best Quality of 1'uiiii Unifies at Unv prices.
PURE LTI?foEBD OIL
which tie huv In largo nuantltles, flrect from the
Manutacturer, and olTfr at thu iontbt Market
.TAPa"n D RYE II.
Acknott ledircd b all our leaillnir I'atntira to ba
hest In the. ttarkel.
All our goods aie g iarjnteud as represented aru
our rwluw to i ground m pur,, uM.ed m, ortLe
raoncv refunded on demand.
til's1'1"1 '"r kam'n'a cjr(1 ul"1 rrlco list with tcstlmon
IIEN'KV fl. ItKAV,
Mayt. Tl -1y.
AT THF nrrior nr
lL. .... '
KBiaorlaod UKCS, Hlkl wilt
twl.a AdrorllscuMnh. ut uar