Newspaper Page Text
in, od Jisnti mi. r it i ii a v, .mails', isj
"tui.i:M.it roil istd.-"
" Kail lioiul Thno TiiMc.
, ACKAWANNA & DLOOMSHUlm ItAlI, ItOAD
Accommodation Train,,, ,v. o.til A.M. s.onA. jr.
Mall Train 7.39 A. Jl 4.49 P. M
Kspross Train I.MP. M. 11.45 A M
CATAW1HSA HAIL ItOAI).
Accommodation Train 6,29 A. M. 7,:s I. St.
lleifiilar Express 4.00 I'.JI, 11,43 A. M.
TliroiiBli cars on Express train either to Xew York
or Phtladelphtr. Accommodation train runs between
Uatawlssa and wllllamiport.
Camrra Amlit.ooMsnriw, Lcavo Cambra Monday,
Wednesday ami Friday at c:a. m., arrUoat
l.knnv-burtrtiyllrMa.M. Iavo nioomsburiron
samo d s alter arrival of Philadelphia mall.
Huiomsm-kii and J.aiiuihvii.i.k, Lcavo ljilrilsvlllo
Tit'sdiV, Thursdsv and .Mturdav at T:30 a. .n
nrrltlnir at liloomsburir hy n m. Le.no lilooms
burg on samo li s atler arrival or I'nil.vlelpldi
mall 'I ho idasu line terminates at.Mltltille.
llpnton anJ Illoomsburi,'. A dally staife line leaving
lionton In tlio morning and returning In the eve
ning of tlio samo day.
MAIL ltOUTES. "
Viiitb Ham. and IlrooMm-nn. Learo Whtto Hall
liiexday, Thursday and Saturday at !:.Tia. m
arriving at llloomsburgby In a. m. I,eave lilonms
burj on samo da) s utter antral of Philadelphia
Brnton anii Ili.ooMsnrKO. Leaves Ilcnton Monday,
Wednesday and Friday nt 8 a.m., nrrlvlng at
riloomsbure at 2 p. in. Leaves Illoomsburg Tuos.
d ty, Tnursday and (Saturday at 8 a. in., arriving
at itenton at i p. in.
J. F. Clmpin will oiler valuable personal
properly for pale at Itenton on Friday, April
Jtcv. M. L. Smyser goes to Berwick!
James Iilley, the popular barber, has remov
ed his shop to the room under the City Hotel
(leorgo McKelvy lists taken charge of the
drug store at Millersburg, nnd II. V. McKelvy
is traveling for a drug houso in Philadelphia.
Tho Dcpubtican issued a daily during the Con
ference. Tlio reports of tho proceed ings were
accurate and full,
John 11, Clark, F.si. has removed his
office from tho Knt building to tho second
etory front rooms over tho hardware store of J.
Sclitijler A Son on Slain tired.
"A flilcli in time saves nine." A botlle of
Dr. Hull's Cough yrnp will often save largo
doctor bills. Keep it handy, for it costs only
An interesting communication from Itev. I),
Ji. Kintcrappears in another column. We hope
others of the clergy will follow his example.
Tho members of the Conference left a very fa
vorable impression in llloomsburg. Tho .Meth
odist preachers of this Conference nro n finu
looking, gentlemanly and intelligent body of
The Her. Henry S. Hell will deliver hi; lec
ture entitled "1'hol.ifled Veil," in tho Opera
House this Friday evening at 7;S0 p. m. Every
body should attend. AdmisMon 'J5 eenR
How H this. The il'iilj Record of the Time
does not reach here until crening,but the Scran
ton Jltpublican arrives at noon. .Spur up, Doc
tor, Col.H. Knorr addrei-ed tho audience at the
Opera House on Saturday night, on the occa
sion of tlio Anniversary of tliu Preachers' Aid
r-ociety His remnrks were well chosen. We
regret that spaco will not permit us to give
n synopsis of tho address-
Tho Columbia County Mutual Paring Fund
and Loan Association will sell at public sale,
real estate in Jlilllinvillo on Thursday, April
3d, 187!) at one o'clock p. m.j at Stoneytown
on Friday, April 1th, 187U ntten o'clock a. in.,
nnd nt Espy on Friday, April 1th at three
o'clock p. in.
Tlie fellonii g properities were sold by tho
Sheriff on Tuenlay morning Match 27tln Tho
ropirty of John I.utz to Isaac l.utzfor SO.'O ;
the properly of Kflie and Caroline Lulz to
George P. Learn for $59o ; the property of F.
F. Dcrr to Jonathan lircdbender for $350.
Agib Hickctts, it is said, lias gone to Harris
burg for tho purpose of getting Judge Harding
impeached. It is not likely that a republican
legislature will condemn such an active parti
san oa Judge Harding, whatever the charges
rind proofs against him may bo.
Ilev, E. II. Yocum will liavo charge of tho
M. K, Church in this place for tho next two
years. He is n faithful, nblc, nnd earnest work
er in tlio Lord's vineyard, nnd we congratulate
tho Methodist congregation on their good for
tune in getting sucli n man to look after their
spiritual welfare. Mrs. Yocum was formerly n
resident of this town, and her many friends
ivill welcome her back among them.
Si'irn FiiKTTtu. Tinkering a discand liver
and disordered kidneys, with harsh or stimulat
ing drug', is like fretting a sick animal with
the spur. These things do not cure. In Kidney-Wort
is found a perfect niedicino.gentle but
lire in its working.
Tlio subject of building tie-valid railroads in
l'hilujtlphla is gaining ground, and the prob
abilities arc that before another twelve-month
it will have a pair, at least, of thee lofty struct
ures. The parties who are petitioning tlio Leg.
iitature for the privilege of building theui-
liie Pennplvan!a and tlio Heading railroads
lire not apt to sue in vain fur favors.
Whoi.Koomi: IUtomis. Judco Handler, of
Scranton,has Instituted some win lesome reforms
In Ills court, Jurors are fined for absence when
llicir names are called, hwvers must have lb
witnesses on hand, counsel nro limited to live
iiiluuie speeches, and must be brief and to the
Jioiut in (jucitioning witnesses, tlio sheriff must
take his prisoner to and from iill. and last.
though not least, no ono under twenty one years
i age will lie admitted to the court room (lur
ing biitlntM hours,
t'liew Jackson's lHaTNitm Nuy Tubuero.
coLDiKiis liiuvKs. In a recent Issue we
stated that Congre had aulhoiizeil tlio
erection of head stones over the graves of lTn
Ion soldiers who wer buried In private or vil-
llge CtlllfterieH. AV nrn Informed llmt llili u III
I'll dfllO aS FOntl HA llm linwMrff nr,nnmni,lj
cn l made. The Qnarler Master (leueral at
WHthiiiL'tnn renuesls H
uge of the burial places of soldier in village
t-iuicierics to communicate I bo fact to him.
J'1- f i I f iii
I.'IJII 1.1 IMi
IP.1VJI ux n
, :H2?i a II
s 4 f. i. ;
! ii i: n n
in i! is I'l.n.'l
iin b ji.1; .
; ii 4 t, i. ;
! Ill III.' Wli
ii, i: i i'i .in u
u u a n i :
. . ii' ii . ..
April. i v
' i ; ii in n
r: ii ir, in i;i
n i .".i .
' I . 1. ' i I1
h i'i jiiji ii :i
a m n n in in
June., 'i ' i a I "f "f
I i in II is n
.i.viii 17 1 inn
r . 1
uiiiiu s nrst lesson In art culture can proSt
ably and plcumtlj he learned with Le.tnon',
Dyts, which have twelvo colors, nnd by combln
ng Ihcm any number wanted. These dyes are
made by Wells, Itlclmd-on A L'o., Iluttlngton,
t. For coloring soiled or faded ribbons thcro
s nothing like them. Get them at your drug
Rlls. . 14
Tlio ..Ifontoe Democrat, formerly edited by
Mr. (Ireenawalthas passed Into tho hands of
Hon. U.S. Staples & Bon. Our best wishes go
with the retiring editor, nnd we trnt his suc
cessors will find their new vocntlon pleasant
Upon the first evidence of stomachic or bow
el disorders, promptly give the baby a few Jdos
es of Dr. Hull's liaby Syrup and prevent much
sunering on the part of tho little one. Price
During the recent Conference many of the
visiting clergymen expressed themselves a3 be
ing much pleased with our lown. There are
certainly but few towns In tho Stito that surpass
nioomsinirg in location, cleanliness, and well
graded arid paved streets, nnd beauty of the
i in: devil in Human Form. The Altoona
Sun never tillered anything truer than this: "If
there is on earth aiy man meaner than all oth
ers,lt is he who deliberately tries by nil the arts
oi entreaty, the bonds or old compmionslilp in
wrongdoing, by sneer and ridicule, to entice n
reformed drinker back to blscutw. F.verlatlni
shame upon ruch a character, nnd all honor to
tlio regenerated manhood which can withstand
lit devilish seductions."
He sure and remember that Dr. Haas' Ex
pectorant Is a perfectly safe and reliable inedi-
?, fteo from all ohjcctioni and ttanoers con.
necled with mixt of the advertised cough syrups
,,,l r.n .... .
- ...... uu uuiu U UUlllft
HOW IT WOHKS.
Under the slay laws which was enacted sev
eral years ago in (lie interest of the debtor class
and which expired by limitation last fall, the
Sheriff of this county, Mr. Strine, realized about
six thousand dollrrs In fees that lie would not
have realized had the law never been passed,
and only one person who came under ills bain"
mer tqok advantage of it. The law was any-
lilng bu t a success .except for the Sheriff.-A'or(A-
Tlio "poor man's friends," however, insisted
on the measure. In this county also, the Sher
iff nad but one cue where a defendant asked for
COLUMIHA COU.N'TV LLlllSLAVIOK.
From tlio proceedings of tho Legislature on
Tuesday wo get the fullowiing extracts from
the reports : Hills on third reading.
'An net to vnlidato a certain sain of real rs.
tnte by the administrators of James Hess, of
Columbia county, was postponed until this af
ternoon, after coiiMder.iblo dUcussion."
AfterilOOIl : "All ant to vnlidatn n pnrtnin
Mile of real estate bv tlm .ndniintstriilnra nf
James Hess, late of Columbia county, deceas-
eu, was mo cause ot a great deal ot argument
between Messrs. Knittlo and Vandcrslice, of
Columbia county, tlio former against tho bill
and the latter for it. Mr. Dunham, of Sulli
van county, nlso spoke in favor of tho bill.
The bill was finally passed by a vote of 108
It now goes to the Senate, Heing a private
bill we have nothing to say of its merits, but it
should bo a strong case to require legislative
action to confirm title.
The Salary Dill.
This measure came up before the Legisla
ture last Tuesday. Wo quote "the net fixing
tho compensation of members of tho general
assembly, and the number, duties and compen
sation of the officers and employees thereof,
win next considered. 'Ibis is tho bill that
caused so much discussion ill the house two
weeks ngo. It reduces the salaries about 25
per cent, ami the number of employees nbout
1U per cent. J 1 ho bill was defeated for want
of a constitutional maioritv. there beini? 98 in
tho affirmative and 7 1 in the negative.
Iteprcsentativo Knittlo voted for the Bill.and
Representative Vnnderslico against it. Wo
make no comments, becauso we have not seen
tho text of tho bill, but would remark that it
seems to bo n good measure to voto for. Wo
should not preach retrenchment and economy
unless wo vole for it.
Tin: new nouiiLi: tostal card.
The new double postal card is in size similar
to the presen one cent card. It bears at both
upper corners a one-cent stamp, and lines are
Irawii from the centre, sloping downwards to
be written upon. The writer of 1'ie card uses
(he right hand side and the receiver u3es the
lelt hand side for bis reply. The double letter
envelope is stamped twice, and the sender lues
the right and the receiver (he left hand side in
writing the address. At the back of this enve
lope is a double gummed Hip, divided by a
perforated line. The lower one is used for seal
ing by tho sender and the receiver ues his
knife along the perforated line ahd has a new
gummed flap ready for use. The letter sheet
envelope is designed to do away with outer en
velopes. Its patentee cliims greater merit for
it for the reason that it often occurs that the
late at which a writing has been mailed cannot
bo ascertained because the envelope has been
lost. Here letter and envelope are one. The
new law does not direct the Postmaster General
to is-ue lliei-o patented conveniences. It only
allows him the discretion to do so.
INVLSTWATIXO the dead.
For some days past rumors of a most extrav
agant nature, concerning the resurrection of a
lead body on suspicion, at Espy, have been
current in this locality. Years ago Abraham
Hagenbuch lived in tho abovo mentioned vil
lage, three miles this side of llloomsburg. He
was married and might have done br" '. d ho
remained where he was. I 17 r . iere
about', however, lie removed ' , v ilkes-Htrre
and took charge of a hotel there. Later he and
his wife were known as the keepers of a plice of
ralhcr doubtful character, ,and soniu time list
fjll the old man ended his career rather sudden-
by dying of heart dLease. Ills body was
brought to Espy, buried there, and might have
reted in its gravo for all time had not a queer
story one that caused all tho secret talk and
excitement got abroad. It was siid that dur
ing a row at the deceased's late residence in the
city it was pretty broadly hinted that Hagen
buch had not died a natural death ; and that
subsequent investigation had disclosed the fact
that the head was severed from tho body nnd
held in its place by being stitched to the trunk
We are ghd to be aide to give the latter revolt
ing humor the quietus, The real facts in the
matter are as follows: Suspicions were excited
in some manner that there had been foul play,
il is truo i an investigation, headed by Dr. Case
of Espy, was also held ; but the discoveries
made far from warranted tho suspicions. It was
on Saturday last that the grave was opened , the
body taken out and submitted to the medical
authorities. The proceedings were much the
sujie, we understand, as a usual postmortem
examination, but no traces ol violence or other
evidence of foul play were fi'ind.
WHY WILL YOU
Allow a cold to advance in your system and
thus encourage mote serious maladies, such as
Pneumonia, Hemorrhages anil Lung troubles
when an inimediato relief cm be so readily at.
tallied, JAmcW German Syrup has galiwd the
lirgest sale in the world for the cure of Coughs,
Colds and the severest Lung Diskim-s. It Is
Dr. Iloacbee's famous Germ in prescript! )n,and !
prepared ilh the greatest care, and no fear ne l
be entertained in administering It to the young
est chll I, as per directions. The sale of this
medicine i unprecedented. Since first Intro
duced (here has been a constant increasing dc
inand and without atslngle report of a failure to
du its uork in any case. Atk your dmggUt as
to the truth of theso remarks. Large size 75
cents. Try nnd be convinced,
THE COLUMBIAN AND
Control Ponnsyvrtnia Oonferonoo.
(CoKtmrsRi) from Tn CoxruRiixca DAtLt.)
Thnnday, March 20. 1879.
Tho Conference was called lo order nt pre
ciscly nine o'clock, tho morning prayer meet.
ing nnving been held during the past half hour,
according to appointment. Tho Secretary
read tlio Journal of tho first day, which was
approved. A committeo of thrco consisting of
i J i v-rcver, h liutler nnd I) Hnrtmati, wcro
appointed to se'ect a court of trial In tho enso
of Iter Curry, a local preacher from Altoona
District. The character of J J Pierce, Prcsidi
Ing Elder of Willinmsport District was passed
and his report rend.
iho character of W W Eynns, Presiding
oilier ot unnviHe District, was passed nnd his
report read. Tho conversions in the district
number about 1 100 during tho year, and over
1000 additions to tho church. His report in
Minding to tlio Mountain drove Cnmpitneeting
contains n liopo that tho tinio is not fir distant
when the gates may be closed on Sunday. Tlio
Sellngs Grove church hns been completed,
chinches nt Cntawissn, Northumberland nnii
Hlnck Creek hnvo been very much improved.
A new church is in contemplation nt Ilnmlin,
on tho Hcnton Circuit. Church debts in tho
aggregate to the amount of S5000 during the
Dr AS Hunt, tho now book agent in Xew
York, was introduced.
On motion of Ilev S S Hucklmrlmm. V V
Colburn was nppointed to canvass the Conler
once fot tho Quarterly Hcview. I)r Onmlwl.,.
from the south, Kev E Foster, editor of a Cy
clopedia of Poetry, of Xew York, Dr Olin,
uevs i.ttsweil, 8 S lennedv ofWvnm no fW
ferenco wcro introduced.
Tho trnnsfcra of Dr Holmes to k'fntf.l
Conference, Ilev J Gray to Nebraska Confer'
eneo wcro nnnounccd, nnd tho enso of Itev C
J Hack was referred to the committee on Con
The character of J C Clark. Prosidim. Kl.lor
of Harrisburg District was passed nnd ho read
Tho character of T Mitchell P residing riiloi.
of Juniata District was passed and tho Secre
tary read his report.
Dr I' uller of Atlanta was introduced to tbn
Conference nnd nddressed them.
Mrs Kcno of Philadelphia, Secretary of tho
Woman's Missionary Society was intrndn,!
nnd addressed tho Conference upon tlio work of
Tho report of Dr McCaulv was nrpsonti.,1
read by tho Secretary and referred tn llm
Tho following were appointed tho Committeo
to which tho communication n ol.l,il.
lesecrntion in connection with camnmcctine
was referred, J Donahue, M L Smyser, J II
McCord, II M Ash, E II Yocum.
Lev h II locum was nppointed to represent
the church in the trial. Tho rennrt nf K .T
Gray, President to Dickinson Seminary was
presented, roid and referred to the committee
on tho Seminary. Tho report of Irving Female
College was referred to committee on Eduoa.
Adjourned after singing doxolosv nnd bene,
diction by Dr Fuller.
Friday, March 21, 1879.
Morning prayer meeting was held from 8 SO
lo 9 o'clock when Hishop Foster took Iho chair
and called the Conference to order. The journ
al of Thursday was read and approved,
Iho character of S. C, Swallow. P residing
Elder of Altoona District, was pised and his
A communication from Rev. William
Eirnshaw, chaplain of the National Asylum for
Disabled Veterans at Dayton, Ohio, was read.
Itev. A. b. hockinghani, president of the
court in the case of K.E. Wilson, presented
their report which was read:
limited, That we find the charges not sus
On motion his character was passed.
Dr.C. H. Fowler, of the Christian Adroeatt.
Dr. Kynelt, of the Church Extension Society ;'
Dr. Freeman, oftheS. S.Union: Ilev. Eokman
of the Wyoming Conference and Dr. -Mile? of
Drew Theological Seminary, were introduced.
Dr. Kynett addressed the Conference mion
the business aspect of the Church Extension.
I he el us of the 2d year was called and their
characters were passed' The following is the
class ; J. E Hell, J. C. Drown, H. C. Conner
G. M. Hoke, Frederick ISuiremnn ami .1 i'
Dr, Fonler addressed the Conference, after
which Kev. F. H- Kiddle, who had been ap"
painted tu preach Iho Annml Missionary Ser
mon, took charge of the services.
At the close of the sermon at 11 20 the busi
ness of the Conference was resumed. The re
port of visiting committee to Dickinson Semin
ary was read and referred to the Committee on
The list of superanuatcd preachers was called
and the characters of the following were pissed!
II. Switzer, was continued in the same ro-
lition, O. Ege. (from whom a very Interesting
letter was read) md J. A. Mellick were contin
ued in the superanuatcd list, O.i his own ap.
plication P. Ii. Kuch was located.
G. D. Chenowith, was continued.
A communication was read from T Greenly
in which he declined to locato but requested a
transfer. This the llishon said could not be
lone, His case was left until the committee
In the case of D Hartman, his relation was
changed to effective.
The case of J P Kobb had not been reached
by the Committee on Conference Relations.
A communication was read from Wm Sch-
riber : his character was passed and bis rela
tion continued. Dr Freeman.of the S S Union,
nddressed the Conference. Adjourned,
Saturday .March 22, 1879.
Morning prayer was held from 8.30 to 9
o'clock ledliy Kev James Corns.
rt 9 o'clock Hishop Fo-ter took the chair and
the buiines session of the fourth day began
Tho journal of Friday was read and approved.
Hie following paper was offered.
Whereas, our beloved brother, Kev A Hrll-
tian will complete his fiftieth year in tin iti
nerancy (if the Lord spire Ms life) one year
Iluotrtd, That the Central Pennsylvania Con
ference in Conference assembled respectfully
request him to preach a semi centennial ser
mon some time during the next session of our
W G Fuitnusox,
Wm II Dill
The resolution was passed by a rising vote,
The following resolution was also passed.
lleaoleed, That w'hsn an etlective preacher Is
referred to the committe on Conference relations
It shall be the duty of his Presiding Elder to
notify him of such reference.
A K Miller,
The superanuated list was called up again.
Rev F E Crever's case was called, his character
passed and he was not continued,
Kev. J H Moore nt Ills own request was lo
cated. The characters of Thomas Tanyhill,
and George Herkstresser, were passed
On motion the case of Mr Herkstresser was
refer'ed to the coium'.tle on necessitous cases.
Franklin Dyson when his name was called ad
dressed Iho Conference, His character was
passed and Ids relation continued,
A communication from Noah Schlosser was
read, At his own request he was located.
The characters of J A Coleman and S G Mc
Kethnn were passed.
1 he characters and rehtlons of a number of
ptliers were acted ujion.
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUltG, COLUMBIA CJNTY,
For local Deacons orders the following were
recommended nnd tlsilrd Willlampott DIs
ttlct, 110 Conner, J A l'sllnn and Wm H
llrcesc. Danville District, Chester E Dodson,
Harrisburg District, John 0 llrown, Altoona
District John A Wood Jr A It Cronce and Wm
DrMcCauley, President of Dickinson Col
lege, Prof Waller of the Normal School and
Rev M Swallow' of the Wyoming Conference
The committeo of stewards made their rcpoi'
which was adopted.
Hy a rising vote it was ordered that the roll
be called nnd the preachers piy their dues into
tho treasury of the Preacher's Aid Society.
Dr Mlley addressed the Conference on Drew
Hie transfer of Jesse It Akcrs, from the Min
nesota Conference was announced, and his reli
(ion was fixed as supernumerary.
The transfers ol C. W. Hnoy from the Phila
delphia Conference, and of tlio Rv. S' L. How
man lo Philadelphia weroalso nnnounccd.
The Conference proceeded to fix the place for
lis next session. Shanioklnj Lewlstown, Hunt
ington and Altoont were named. The vote
was taken which resulted as follows t Altoona
S" ; Shamokin, M. On motion the vole for Al
toona was nude unanimous.
Resolutions of sympathy for Hishop Hownian
in the sad bereavement which he lias suffered in
iho death of Ids wife, while- he is traveling In a
foreign land, were p issed. Adjourned,
Monday, March 21, 1879.
The opening services were conducted by Kev
J S McMnrry from 8.30 to 9 nt which time
Hishop foster took the chair.
The journal of Saturday's session was read and
approved. The cao of O II Huton was refer
red back, R Loveland jr was made supernumer
ary. The report of the Church Extension Society
On motion of Rev J C Clarke the Committee
on Conference relations and tho Ha rrlshnrt
Hook room were added to tlso standing commit-
We. Hishop l'ostcr addressed the Oinferpnn.
upon tlio work.
The report on Dickinson College was read
and Dr McCauley addressed the Conference in
the Interests of the College.
A communication from the Rook Agents was
read giving the assessment Uon this Confer
ence to defray the expenses of fllshops' sjlar!
ies. The amount is $1000. The report of the
Committee on Dickinson Seminary was read.
President Gray made an address upon ihe in
terests of the institution.
DrReidoneof tho Secret.it ics of the Mis
sionary Sociely ad lressed the Conference.
On motion of Kev N S Huckingham, it was
ordered that when Conference adjourn, it be to
meet at 2 o,clock.
Dr Miley spoke for Drew Theological Semin
' Dr J E Smith of Wyoming Conference wis
The Steward's apportionment for the present
year was read and the resolutions they embody
On motion Ihe apportionment of the nmoun'
for Hishop's support he referred to Ihe Presid
Kev J S McMurry was appointed to preside
at the afternoon session. The doxology was
sung nnd Ihe benediction pronounced by Dr.
Smith, of Wiles-barre.
Motuhy afternoon Semon.
Rev J S McMurry in the chair.
Kev G II Day conducted the opening servi
ces. The report on Dickinson Seminary was
called up. It was discussed, and then adopt
cd. On motion of Rev I) Monroe, a collection was
taken to pay the expenses of Rev J D l!ron's
sou at Dickiuson Seminary. It amounted to
Mr F L Hiller, Secretary of Wyoming Con
ference was introduced.
On motion of Dr Hamlin, it was ordered that
the expense for tho education of Rev J D
Hrown's chill at the Seminary be paid from the
interest upon the mortgage.
Upon motion the new book of Israel Cook on
"The heroes of Methodism in the Ililtimore
Conference" was commended to the Conference.
The report oftho Committeo on Conference
Ibok room at Harrisburg was read. Dr. Ham.
lin spoko in praise of the management of the
concern. The manager Rev W M Frysinger'
said that from their sales during tho last year
the whole expenses have been paid and also the
interest on the capital stock. The only defi
ciency is in the managers salary. The report
of the Committee was adopted.
The reports of iho Committee on Sunday
Schools, Hock Committee, Hoard of Church Ex.
tension, Neccessitous Cases, Temperance, and
Foreign Missionary Society, were adopte.l.
The re-olutions regarding the, observance
of the Sibbnh atCimp meeting, were
offered and gave rise to a lengthy debite, in
the midst of which the Conference adjourned
until Tuesday morning.
Tuesday, March 25, 1879.
Conference session was openel at 8.30 the
services being conducted by Dr Frost. The
journal of Monday was read and approved. The
death of Rev T II Switzer, who was a superan
uated member of this Conference was announc1
cd.,I)rothers John Gush, U F Stcvens,H M Ash'
Hiles C Pardoe, E II Yocum, and II R Bender,
were appointed a committee to prepare resolu
tions of Condolence.
The discussion on ti.e report of the Committee
on the observance of the Sabbath at Camp
meeting was resumed. A Bubstltuto was oll'ered
requesting the managers of the camp meeting
associations to chse the galea on the Sabbath.
Tho discussion was engiged in by Messts
Riddle, Dyson, Torrence, H F Stevens, A K
Miller, J S McMurry, Dr Frost, Dr Hamlin, W
A Hotick, G W Miller, S Creighton, S C Swal
low and Elisha Kutler both pro and con. On
motion the voto was taken without further dis.
cussiou by the ayes and noes upon the passage
of tho substitute. While the vote was being
counted, Rev II Lime was granted a location,
and Kev J Sline was phced in the Superniimer,
ary list. Kev A M Ketterwas transferred from
the Kansas to this Conference. The lote on
the substitute was announced I?7 for to 45
The following wcro admitted en trial, J 11
Graham, Geo E King, Henj A Mosser, A R
Crounce and 0 V Hartzell.
'I l.o report of the committee on Statistics was
read, showing a membership of 31,271 and a
missionary collection of $15,31b' during the
A resolution of thanks to Mr IW McKelvy
for the free use of the hall was passed by a rising
Reso'tillons of friendship and sympathy for
Revs S L Hownian and Hi'gh Linn, who have
been removed front the Conference ; of thanks
to tho citizens of llloomsburg for their hospital
ity; of hope for the speedy restoration of Rev
II S Mcndenhall's health ; of thanks to the sec.
retar'esj and to the railroad companies for their
accommodation j also the resolutions cuncern,
ing the Presiding Hishop, were passed.
The Standing Committees were announced.
A collection for the seiton was taken. Prayer
was, offered by Hishop Foster, the appointments
were rend, and the eleventh session of the Cein
tral Pennsylvania Conference passed into bis
A I'l'OI NT.M E NTS FOlt THE DANVILLE DISTMOr
William W F.nim, Presiding Elder, ISIoonwi
Diuvllle, ht Paul's, South Danvllh nnd
Riverside, J Max LanlzJ
" T,rlnity-Ver J'StrammU
Northumberland Martin L Drum
Wvlilngtonvllle-Klchard II Wlurton
loll George V Savldge
Hutkborn Alciu Hrittain
Moomsburg Fxrn II Yoctira
Espy and Light Street John Moorhcad
Oral gevllle Thomis O Clees
llentjn Henry II Former
Herwick Msttln L Kinrsrr
Miflllnville Crawf.ird'L 11 'nscotet
Heath Haven Robert L Arimliuin
Hloomltigdalc John Horning, llenj IT Mo.tcr
Miililenburg Owen lllcks
Shlckshinny George Warren
White Haven-James T Wilson
Hickory Run JacobP lien ford
Weat'nerlj Richard II Colburn
Stockton nnd Heaver Meadow Cambridge
Haziclon G Tarring Gray
Janesvllle nnd Aii'lenrltd John W heckle
Conyngham George M LaYncd
South Hcberlon Edward White, John CDrovn
Catawlsi John 11 Polsgrovo
Catiwlsi Circuit Joinlhan Ouldin
Elysburg Gideon H Day
Sh.imok In Thomas M lleeso
Halfensteln and Gordon Nathan II Smith
Centralla Ceybn W Marshall
Ml Oarmel S Milton Frost
A' 111 md William G Furguson
I'rcvorton John Lloyd
Georgetown Ms-sion Oliver II Huston
Snydertown John Guss
S inbiiry Hiles C P.trdoe
Selins Grove John W Hucklev
Hugh A Currnn Professor in the State Nor'
mil School, member of llloomsburg Quarterly
Itvin II Torrence, Secretary Pennsylvania
Hibla Society, member Trinity Quarterly Com
Tho necessity for a new jtil is amply de
monstrated, Samuel Stratisscr was arrested
and imprisoned on tho charge of stealing a
horse from n certain Stlno in Locust town
ship. Ho wanted to go homo. At night tho
warden neglected to lock tlio inner iron door
ot tho cell. The outer wooden door when
locked gives n space of about six inches. Wei
presume the architect intended this opening
for ventilation and for tho benefit of such
men as Strattsser. Certain it is that on Fri
day night of last week, Strausser pushed the
unlocked iron door against the wooden one,
and squeezed himself througli the opening.
There was an open vacant cell to which he
bled. In tho morning the unsuspecting
warden started around with his usual hash
for tho prisoners, and lorgot to closo the
outer doors. Strausscr then quietly walked
out from his hiding placo, lost his breakfast,
and "broke jail." Tho Sheriff, when in
formed of tho fact, sent out numerous tele
grams and posters, offering a reward of $25
for the recapturo of tho prisoner. For fur
ther details we refer to our "special corres
pondent" at tho jail "Rusiness Ilecrs:"
l!LOOM9iiuun Jail, March 2ii, 1S79.
Samuel G. titrausser escaped jail at
llloomsburg on Sattitdny morning, March
22. He had been watching the turnkey for
several mornings bring breakfast in, and he
never shut tlio iron gate,that is the main en
trance, and on Friday night when ho camo
in to lock up, he put Strausser in his cell
and locked him up and th3 blind door is on a
hook nbout six inches wide. When lie shut
the iron gato he shoved the slides over and
neglected locking it, and at about 11 o'clock
in the night ho squeezed himself through
tho blind door. Ho states that iio stuck fast
3 or 4 hours, and if he could liavo gotten his
head back ho would not have come out at
all. Hut he shoved himself through towards
morning and shut his gato the same as he
had found it. He thou wont down to the
second cell from tho main gato that was
open, nnd watched until they brought in
breakfast and while they were going up the
steps ho made his escape, nnd they did not
notice it for fifteen minutes. He run up the
canal as lar as Hunlocks Creek and then
took tho top of a passenger coach and camo
down as fur as Espy, and took it afoot over
by Light Street, down tho croel: as far as
Vastine Rooties', took dinner there and from
that lie went in a wagon to Catawissa and
walked to where he ibno the crime, and de
manded his revolver and pocket knife of the
constable and told him Iio vas out on bail.
He went from there to Hear flap and was
captured on Sunday morning by the samo
constable that arrested him in tho first plac2.
Ho w.n brought back to jail on Sunday
Wo may add that the Sheriff Is not to blamo
for this escape, as the j ill at tho time was
under tho charge of an appointee of tho
An old physician, retired Irom practice, hav
ing had pi iced in bis hands hy an East India
missionary the formula of a simple vegetabh
remedy, far the speedy and permanent cure for
consumption, bronchitis catarrh, asthma, and
all throat and lung atlecllons,also a positive and
radical cure for nervous compliints, after hav
ing tested its wonderful curative powers in
thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to make
it known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by
tills motive, and a desiie to relieve humiti suf
fering, 1 will send, free .of charge, lo all who
desire, this recipe, with full directions .for pre
paring and using, in German, French or Eng.
II". Sent by mail hy addressing with stamp,
naming this piper. W. W. Sherar, 1 19 Pow
ers' Block, Rochester, New York.
IlK.MonnoiDs. I suffered terribly. Had
made arrangements willi a prominent surgeon
to operate. A friend advised me to try Gilei
i.iniKicvii ami juui. i uid so, anil to mv un.
spe'akahlo joy, got immediate relief, and am now
cured. J. .. Kesms.
Metropolitan Hotel, N. Y.
Sold by all druggists. Send for pamphlet.
120 West Hroadwny, N, Y.
Trial size 25 cents.
NolCcd Ingetsoll's "nri-tecrncy of the air,
hut real human ghosts. Ghoststhat were one
healthy men and women, but are slmjly the
'ghosts of what they onco .were." As we meet
them, and inquire the ciuse of 'all this change,
they repeat the old story, "a cold," "neglected
cough," "catarrh," "overwork," or "dyspe pla,
"liver comphint," and "constipitlon," with un
successful physicians and .remedies. In oflVr
ing his Golden Medical Discovery and Pleas
ant Pnrgativo Pellets for the cure of the above
allections, Dr. Pierce does not iceomuuiul
them as a "sure cure" in allttagct. For if tbo
lungs bo half wasted away, or there bj a can.
ceruus complication, no physician or medicine
cen cure. The Diseovery is, however, nil tine
qualeil pectoral and blood-purifier. It speedily
cures the most aggravated cough, or cold, in its
1 ...M 11. . . .,
ciiuy ur iuii.-uie Muge, consumption, UY cor
recting all irregul tritlcs oftho stomach and liv
er, it really cures bbtehes, pimples, scrofulous
ulcers "bunches," or tumors. Hundreds testi
fy that It lias restored their health, nfier em.
incut physicians had failed. For constipation,
uso the Pellets, As n bcal remedy for catarrh,
me Dr, Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
TllK StffliLlMi Hook Cover. Wc, have
puichascd tho right to use these covers in this
county, mid have on hand an assortment of
hiies, T hoy make the neatest nnd tnojt con
venient form for doing up nolo holds, letter
heads, bill heads, notos, checks, o , and a
cover will be given nwny with every order o
1000. Try it onto and you will not do with,
out it. It is the best tiling of the kind ever
invented. Cull and examine,
0. 13. Savage has; romnvod from Iho post
olliccto bis old stand in Unniig-ts building,
Rev. S. Mitchell has moved Info Dr Ri
tier's house, corner of Market and Rock
.1. L. Richardson has moved to tho prop
erly oil, W. McKelvy, Third and Jefferson
Thomas Webb will move Into William
Hart's property on Centre street, and Wil
liam Webb has moved to corner of Market
nnd Fourth streets.
O. W. Sterner, will move Into N. Pursel's
houso on Market street,
A Goon IlocsKwii'K. The good housewife,
when sho is giving her house its spring renov
ating, should bear in mind tint Iho dfar lin
mates of her houc,and that their symptoms need
cleansing by purifying the blood, reguhllng the
stomach nnd boweis to prevent and cure the dis
eases ai islng from spring malaria nnd mia"inn,
and she must know that there is nothing that
will do t bo perfectly nnd surely as Hop Hit
ters, the purest nnd best of medicines. Sec oili
Subscribers who purpose changing their resi
dence on the 1st of April, will please notify ns
of tin- changes giving belli the old and new pnt
Koriiiyu Shout ok I'miistakaiii.s riKNFriTS
Conferred upen tens ot thousands or sufferers could
originate and maintain tho reputation w hlch AJcr's
f-nrsapariiiaenjojs. It Is a compound of the best
tcgetable alteratives, with the lodldesof Potassium
nnd Iron, and Is tho most effectual of nil remedies
lor Scrofulous, mercurial, or blood disorders. Uni
formly successful and certain In Its remedial effects,
It produces rapid and complete cures of Scrofula.
Sores, Polls Humors, Pimples, Eruptions, Skin Dis
eases and all disorders arising from Impurity of tlio
Llood. Hy Its Im Igorotln? effects It always relieves
and otto n cures Liter Complaints, Kemalo Weak
nesses; ind Irregularities, and Is a iwtent rencwerof
vitality, l'orpurlfjlng tho blood It has no cquat.
Ittonesupth8)stem, icstores anil rrescries the
health, nnd Imparts Mgor and energy. For forty
j ears it lias been In extensive use nnd Is to-day the
avallablo medicine fur tho suffering tick, .anywhere.
TOR PAIR BY 111. DESllRS.
Now is the time of venrfor Pnpinnmim.T.tirm
Fever, Ac. Every family should have n bnliln
of Hoscheo's German Sytup. Don't allow for
one moment that cough to tnko hold ot your
child, your family or jourself. Consumption,
Asthma, Pneumonia, Croup, Hcmorrhages.nnd
other fatal discuses may set in. Although it is
true Herman Syrup is curing thousands ol
tlieso drended diseases, yet it is much better to
liavo it at hand when three doses will cure you.
One bottlo will last your whole family n winter
nnd keep you safe from danger. If nu nro
consumptive, do not rest until you have tried
this remedy. Sample bottles 10 cents. Regular
si.o io cents. roiu by your druggists.
aug 30, '78-lf jl
Spring Styles SpringGoods Spring Styles.
Call nnd seo
The New Goods. Tho New Styles at the
Cheaper than ever.
.Must bo seen to be believed, better goods nt
at D. I.owenberg 4.
Reatitiful Silk Hats New Soft Hals,
Wool Hats, Fur Hats,
For Men for Hoys and Cliildrn
At the Popular store of
Spring Overcoats Spring Overcoats,
Cneap. Durable. Neat nnd Now
Just received at 1). howenbergs.
The Central Hotel fur sale or rent. Terms
easy. Apply to John haycock, mar 2S,3w
Eggs for hatching $1.00 for 13 if called for at
my store, orifl.ou packed nnd shinned to
uuy point, i'ruin is mney s strain, lrapjrled
direct front Leghorn in 1870.
J. H. Maize,
Wantfil by Silas Younir. I.iaht Street
Good Hutter 20 cents per pound, eggs 15
cents per do7en, and the highest market pri
ces paid for Side, Shoulder, Hum and Pota
Livingston's Patent Catholic, Nest Egg ef
fectually exterminates nil Vermin from sit-
ting or laying hens, nrnl thoroughly reno
vates and purities the nests keeping the
fowls frco from contagious diseases so preva
lent among poultry, t or sale bvj. n.
Maize, llloomsburg. Price 12 cents apieco
Finest slock of Wall Paner ever in lllnnms
burg at Clark's Hook Slore.
New Lace Curtains this week at Lutz &
Root headquarters at McKinncy's.
Shoe Store below Court
Large assortment nf new dt-sirns in Wall
Paper at Clark's Hook Store,
Adarge assortment of Gloves nnd
Hosiery this week nt Lutz & Sloan's.
Call at McKinncy's for Shoes.
Rubbers at McKitmey's.
Latest Patterns in
11 wk Store.
Wall I'aper at Clark's
A. fine selection of Ladies' Gold Watches
and Chains, both American and imported
by tlio Dost makers at I,, lleruliard s Jewel
Now is tho time to
per tit Clark's.
paper. Get your pa-
Xew stock of Kid Olnves this week nt
l.uu& Sloan's, Price fit) cts. mid upwards.
Roots mid Shoes cheap at McKinncy's.
Cieorgo A. Clark keeps Ihe best plain
itulnw Shades, tbo best Cntd Fixtures,
tlte best Spriof; 1'ixtures,
Another lot of
6 ct. Calicoes at Lutz &
DORIJIN'S r.Lr.CTRIO SOAP.
Having obtained tho agency of this
for lllonmburir and vicinity, I tippenil the
opinion of some of our best people aa to its
"I hnvo used Dobbin'aKlectrlo Soap made
by I. L. Craeln & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.,
for washing nbout ten ycars.atul think it
superior to any other. Mrs. t). (1. Hartley."
"We have used Dobbin's UlectricSnap and
find it superior to any other or o others.
Mrs, W. II, jnenby,
, , Mrs. II. ll.Stnhiicr.
I desiro all my friends and customer; to
Give this Soap one Trial,
so that they may know just botv good tlio
Ileit Soap in the United fetutf s Is.
J, II. Maizi:,
July 12, '78-ly Hloouisbiirg, Pa.
Talte Llnctn and Nnpkins very cheap at
Lutz & (Sloan's
Ue Ktinpp'a Curtain I'ixluros, warranted
for two yjars, lor sale st Clark'n Hook Store.
Lutz it Sloan's new Sbawls ar cheap ami
Admission free at MuKiunej's,
All the popular colors d( Oil Window
Shades at Clark's Hook Store.
A largo asiortment of new Skirls at Lutz
sellers' GOIlJOH syrupi
nlnt ri-.K-i r.r loLiiHs. oim.h. ruoi r,
HIO VIINLl;s. am.i mi i nitnATnn.i I.I Tit
rtUnC4. lln1rtii tn uw for tml a Ctnturp, Ixx -tun
r ointTiomt ft. J. K. Tot ah, t.nut Jto.,111..
mjr ; " It ii i rt tu v t'ir'iiMrfn tn tn tht frrrr." A-)..
nf niltirrtrtlK, M., ftlm) mtm 'Il will ruro
llm v .rt r ii h imt m fiintflv." Tnl no olltrrl
.Pi-Icon, Cl nii, so ccnKfind M.m tr ijottlp,
tt.iVSi:i.i,i;itsAro..v7',( i'iu.inruii,i u
ItAnnow HrLwio. On tho Oth int, nt the
residence of the bride's (brother Wm. llelwi
nrarnmeum, by Hev. u. 11. Dccliunt, .Mr.
llulnnd A. Harrow of lllngtown, Schuylkill
connty, to Jliss JInry Ellen llclwlg of Nttme-
dln, Columbia county, Pa.
Di:nt-Cli:avp.k. On tlie Oth Inst.,, nt tlio
residence oftho brido, by Rev. L. I.indcrstrutli
Mr. Albert Dent lo Elln Cleaver, both of Cat-
ll.vniiMt Ttmxniim. At tho residenco of
tho brido's parents, Rlaekcreck twp, Luz. co.nn
tho nil, instant, by Rev. G. M. LamrM, Charles
E. Harbor nnd Emma Tunibnch, daughter ot
MATitr.it NKYlnnn. On tho 20th Inst., at
tho house of the bride's father, by Rev. A.
Houtz, Mr. S. Y. Mather to Miss Moggie Ncy
DlKTntcK. In lirinrcrcck on tho Sth instant,
.datn Dictrick, nged CD yenrs nnd 27 days.
Zvmt, At Catawissaon tlio 5th inslant.Hnn-
nah arr, nged So yenrs, o months nnd 21 days.
Wheat per bushel....
Com, new, " ....
nats, ' "
e lour per narret
Flaxseed .. ,
Dried Apples '
sides A, shoulders
Lnrd per pound
Hay per ton
lieeswiis; . . .
No. 4 on Wharf j," a.m per Ten
No. 6 " " y ;5 ..
No. " . ' i J im
IJ I1I'STK1U 11,11 t'llkl
Blacksmith's LMun on Wharf t s.no "
" Ultutnlnous " t4 M) "
Largest stock In New
ailttlU Ull rOKUKK 1'HiCVS,
Conn liitussbi.s caki-kts. T.'.c ner
v. vJ&s ,U 1- ' W1L10SH AXMINSTIill,
l'lns ut eq.ijlly Io,v prices. OILULOTIH, nil wMUh
ntifl Til til. iviii v a t
!'c!!;Vl''tl'A,;NSf100 Per fair, tothcllnfM IiEAL
LACK lmportPfl, nt
ISO r.nd 101 Sixth Avjnso,
Corner liitli stieet,
Mov. Si '7s-cm
1 will mall (Free) tlierecelpe for n simple Veocta
?.'.?. y.'.liat'. v,m remote. Tan, l'ltKCKLI. TIM
l'LKS anil luotchcs leaving the sun soft, cl.-ar and
lieiitituul : also tnstiuctlo'is tup produeluc n luxuri
ant growth utlmlr on a bald brad or smooth race.
Adiln ss, inclosing Be Ma up, Hen Vamlelf K Co., vu
Ann St., N. . neo nov. a, 'itM'in
The wlveitlserhaMng bien permanently cured ot
that dieml iliseasp consumption, bv a t-'innle reme
dy Is nnxlrius to maVa known to his fe.low hiinnr
e rs tlio means nf cure. To nil who ilMre It be
will send a cony or tbn prescription tisi. ifreo or
chargu ) with directions for prepanngnim tiMni lie
same welch they will nnd a sure Cure fur Cosocur
nov, Astlma, liror.rhttls, tc.
turtles wishing thn I'rescrlptlon.wlll please ad
dress E. A. IL.MJN, 191 l'enn St., Itllamshurg.
nirco nov, va, 'Js-otn
BRRORS OP YOUTH.
A'Ufnh ksun whosufrerod for yenrs from Nervous
Unm.iTV I'KEitATi'HE Iitx.n , and all ihe effects
or youthful Indiscretion, will for this hake of surtcr
lcg humanity, send fico to all who need It, the tecl
)h; and direction for making tho shnplo remedy by
wlilchluui as cured n'srtii. rs ulshlng to prom by
tho ndiertlscr'sc.xp il n .' audoso by adJressmif
In perfect conndenee.
JOHN it. ociiiLN, 42 cedar St., Now Vcrtc
nov. 22, 7s-cm aico
Dr. Fabcr's Celebrated
Painless Remedy is the
liestMcr known for rit.es oteiery kind (Weeding,
I chlm, mind, Inward. Ac.) nnd all diseases or tho
HtcTi'v, whether recent or lout- standing. It Kites
Instant I ellef and elici ts n radical and peniwui'iit
Cuie. ir Is prescribed by nil phjstUins whonroae
nuainli'd with it. Chronic cases rcaiill, ticldtott
No surgical operation rerpiiie'l. 'irj It nnd rcil.-ve
J0iirtUTeiln,s. onlycu cents rr alAiuiBlucK
aiih. sent byinall on receipt otpilce. Kir sale by
all Druggists. Du. j. FAlllilt A" ca, V2 Ann st.,X. Y.
nov. mi, 'isim af co
Dauchy 8c Co'b. Advfc's.
PMIEN1S, you noctl no limner ilmm- mmj jour
rim.iuiK-.'s shoes before they are IIaip nnu, ou
account ot lloi.BS tucvuu the Tots, tlther the
"Ur A. s. T. l'o."
Will Provont Thir.
Ask rou tiissb Shoes when liuviso.
maicu H, 'T3-4w d
i ip Pus-son's CArClSK POROfS rn'TPii Is Mr
C lameness or w eaknesa of tho baek.liheu
matlsm, and all lo-al aches and pains, tho best
remedy known. It was Invented to oiercome
tho slow action of the ordinary 1'orous I'laVtei-,
It relieves palu at once; nnd cures where other
plasters do nor even relieve. Isold cv. rvvwhere
by driti'gWs. l'rtco 23 cents, d mar. 14, 'I9-4-
-i.s i,.iiin,i, muni ; t;ii,uM sii,t
STANLEY'S OWN STORY
(If his "Wild Ailx-iiturr-," nnd 'Trliimnlis" rc
wiitten In the eraphtc stj le of lion. .1. T. I .' 1(,.,.
Is the ony authentic and ropyrljhtod cheap kim
1?,1h0,llnl.' thinly other is, ,,
Aineiict. illvesn ten, msTOKyor his "Down tub
I osuo." 1 ho pn-ss cominend It. 1'urcli.iM.rs nrAi,
iftT" . aK ,.1:trrorll.b"causeltsEii.sd;-sultc
hard limes. Muru
Ail'outs Wanted !
l or full pirtlculars and
nt lili.Utli IlItOTIlLIts, I'uWl.uen, I'liitadolPhla.
mai-, 14, 'ii)-tw ,1 '
HOW TO CtT THIM lath.e.u p.rt.rth. int.. it.oiifi,ooij
II" i S ".'? w,f,,iM.riiiiiiut.
Until" isittit Laud 1-uiuiuU.loiier, ktlms, Ksuui.
tnarcli it, ;o 4w a
,mOnnS'."?nsln s"laysonsl((lmc,fd Of.
l.lko proms weekly ou stock options of tio to $-jii
V" v "iiiura; ea. haskhhs, 15 all
" .I1U1CI1 xs, w
...,"l'T!!" " 1 "'"' 1'IlN 'iiak-n New lilcli Itlnoil
" ",' -vii'lHf u iv en anu tiic blou 1 In tn cntiro
fin 7 ...i. . ,u"n us' A" isrsonwiti. wi 1 1 ike t
fclll caeli iiint from t to la wi oks nuy bo restorca
Ina"!'; ,ruri1i;:.;.,!;.,',s,'c1' a "".' twiHJi.MUto.Tuit;
I.S. .Idliiison iiC'o
-March is, ;a-tw
FOR TEN DOLLARS CASH
i a 1st ?r S . , " advertisement one week
e i".,t ut ,??, I "-l'iipers,or4 1luc8li1a(lltT
a i'imii ,.0,',?'1 t'l'l"-'!". or ten line tnouf.kb lu
a choice of either ot tour binnrnt ,i .iuh.v. ,?.,'
coiitmnlDL' from 7ii to lis) pane-is imcli or four im!
"S1;,"l,T1i1" "ll.foiiroftlw nutlllffi'or.inS
UoaiJ.i, .... i, . """s."1"10 u,ui i,' liapi-n.
IM?iflrA .liL1'hlV,Ma'ri'Lla,':,'rol.'ln tbo
Xt vSrk.pilX,r AdvrUlnB 1'iiroau, to .spruce sf
IV S. If VfiU Mill ftn 1 mb tia i t .
.?.n, ".ut."a "lofinliiryliianisiaetiti, mmt,.
we Vi Km' .5 ',r',rull""'i return Emu, il Si
maim, iv-mi ' ' ; ""
S7 7 J .m'.?,1!' an1 Jrc -.sen cuarunt.'od to .UTnts.
Ih. T. HELMBOUVS
A SPECIFIC REMEDY FOR ALL
BLADDER ot KIDNEYS
For Debility, Loss of Memory,
indisposition to Exertion or JJusi-ne---:,Sliortiies-
with Tlioulits of J)ibP!ifse,Dininess
of Vision, Ptiin in the Jiaek.Chest
nnd Ufiwl. Husli of .Blood to the
Head, Palo Countenance and dry
If these symptoms are allowed
to go on, very fiequcntly Epilep
tie. Kits and Consumntion follow.
When the constitution becomes af
fected it requires the aid of an in
vigorating medicine to strengthen
and tone up tho system which
DOIiS IX EVKRY CASE.
Ity any remedy known. H is prcscrllwd by tho tnosi
eminent pliyslclans all over tlio world, in
.Aches and Pains,
General 111 -Health,
Female Complaints, etc.
Headache, Pain in the Should
ers, Louiili. Dizziness. Sour Stnm-
ich, Eruptions, Bad Tasto in tho
Mouth, Palpitation of the Heart,
Pain the region of the Kitlnevs.
and a thousand other painful symp
toms are tho oil'snrings of dyspepsia.
Iiivteoiuti N tlio .Stomach.
And stimulates the tornid Liver.
Ilowels and Kidneys to healthy ac
tion, in demising the blood of all
impurities, and imparting now lifo
and vigor to the whole system.
Arsinglo trial will bequito suffi
cient to convince tho most hesitat
ing ot its valuable remedial quali
ties. FHIOE $1 PER BOTTLE,
Or Six liotllCN lor $3.
Delivered toany address free from
"Patients'' may consult by letter
receiving the same attention as by
culling, by answering tholbllowiug
1. i!e your namo anil postnico tuWresg,
county aua SUto, ana your nearest express omce t
i. Your ago ana bcx t
3. Occupation ?
JJ JUrrloJ or tluglo t
5. Ilelclit, weight, now ana In health?
. How Ion;; hao ou been tick t
T, Vcur complexion, color of hair ana eyes t
t. Have you a ktoopinj or erect irult t
V, ltelate wltaout rervatlomUl you know about
joureaso, Encloso one dottar as oonsultitlon fee
Your letter will then receive our attention, ana we
will civo you the nature otyour disease ana our
UoioicU'iitpli)slct.ius attenato correspondents,
All letts-rs should be addressed to Ulsiieusatorr,
I'.MT.lUbeit street, Philadelphia fa.
II. T. ICSLIVISOLD,
Drnpglst and Chemist,
cv moau h,
som urniiYM iir.iiK