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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBU KG, COLUMBIA COL NT Y, PA.
ma mrnivrn op i.imcoi.n, urant, sher-
MAN, CLaY, WEIHTllfl, CALHOUN, ANI1
When (lie nrtny tif General dhermati wis
making Its fmiutU imnipward march to
Washington It rested for a few days In the
fallen capital nl the Confederacy. While
thero (i clinplaln visited General Robert li
Leo, find had an Interesting onvcrtntlon
with lilin, and this coiiveriallun sees print
f.ir Iho firTt time In to-day's CammtrciaU
Thd trrtter nays : Accompanied by General
(Ijary, afterwards G ivernor Geary, ot 1'enn
fylvania, nnd provideil with n letter from
General Union, who knew General Leo at
West r,illit, I was admitted to the presence
of tho illustrious, commander. General Lee
was croct nnd handsome. His easy smile
nnd almpllcity of mannerjdld not speak of
disaster. Ho was very positives In his cou
vtcllotn.but In our long talk alwnyi weighed
every aontence. President Llncolti'snssassl
natloti was uppermost in alt our minds.
General Leoisald! 'The death of that oral
nontcUlrm lias filled mo with horror. If
thero wore) blemishes lu his character, his
Ufa exhibited some splendid and rare vir
tues Ho was one of tho most extraordina
ry men that over lived in our country. His
heart was grand nnd large. He was consti
tutionally pensive. Had ho been spared,
the S tilth would bo treated with honorable
propriety and with a gallant generosity ;
that good will and friendliness would have
marked his treatment of the peiple of the
South.' Gineral Lee now ndvertod to the
character of Grant, of whom bo spoke In
most friendly words and frm". lie as
cribed to blm the possession of the noblest
attributes of American manhood, nnd that
ho possessed all tho requisites and talents
for the organization of armies. 'I wish,'
said General Lee, 'to do simple justice to
General Grant, when I Bay that his treat
ment of the army of Southern Virginia Is
without a parallel in the history of the civ
ilized world. Whon my poor soldiers, with
famished faces, had neither food nor rai
ment, it was then that General Grant im
mediately issued tho humane order that for
ty thousand rations should be furnished to
the impoverished troops. And that was not
all his magnanimity.
'I was giving directions to one of my staff
officers, when making nut the list of things
to be surrendered to include the horses. At
that moment Gen. Grant, who seemed to be
payimr. no attention to what was transpiring
quickly said : 'No, no, General Lee, not a
horse notone keep them all. Your peo
ple will need them for tho spring crops I' '
' It was a scene never to be forgotten to watch
Lee's manner, when, with a spirit of chival
ry equal to his skill and gallantry, he told,
with moistened eyes, this and many other
instances of the magnanimity so nobly dis
played by his illustrious rival. I asked him
who was thesreatost of the Federal gener
als. 'Indeed, s;r, I have no hesitation in
sayingEGeneral Grant. Both as a gentle
man and an organizer of victorious war,
' General Grant hath excelled all your most
noted soldiers. He hag exhibited more true
courage, more real greatness of mind, more
consummate prudence from the out-set and
raoro heroic bravery than any one on your
aide ' The conversation turned to General
Sherman, of whom he spoke as follows :
'As a strategi8tand commander of mon,8her
man has displayed tho highest order of mil-
itary genius. Throughout his recent cam
paign, when he had to pass through an un
known country, cross rivers, support his
troops, etc., he certainly exhibited a single
neas of purpose, a fertility of resources which
wins him a high place among the famous
soldiers of history. Ho seems to be cool
without apathy, cautious without being di
latory, patient without being dispirited, pei
aonally brave, but never rash. Judged by
Napoleon's test, 'Who did all that ?' he is,
in my opinion, among the most successful of
the Federal officers who have played a prom
inent part in the history of the war.' In the
course of conversation he spoke of Sheridan
as a most Drmiaut ana magnetic comman
der. Then as we talked of the causes of the
war we drifted to the old statesman. Gen
eral Lee referred despondingly to the na
tion's lack of statesmen. Speaking of Web
ster he said . 'I never saw a more striking
object than Webster in the Senate. The
effect of his fine figure and princely air.when
speaking, was tike that of a livid flash in
the midst of darkness. What Pacanina was
in the music that Webster was in oratory j
the one charmed Europe with one etrlng.the
other electrified multitudes with his elo
quence. He once complained to me of
wrongs done him by the reporteis, but in
vain the world would read whatever bore his
honored name and the grub worms were
ever to gratify the desire by fragments or
rather carricatures of his mighty eloquence.
His speeches indicate tho powers of the
great orator they are lofty but not impass
ioned, correct, but not fluent. Henry Clay
was every inch a patriot and an orator. I
heard him on the British aggression. "Never
certainly bad I ever beheld so powerful an
exhibition of natural oratory. The grace of
the attitudes into which he threw his flexi
ble liguse. tho striking gestures of bis arms,
and, above all, the fire which shut from his
brilliant eyes, imparted an effect to the con
tinually changing accents of his voicc.which
the most accomplished actor might be proud
of. At one moment leaning lorward when
stating circumstantially the grievances of
which the nation complained, and then staud
ing bolt upright, with clenched hand and a
countenance distorted with passion, he
poured out a tide of invectives. The efTett
on his audience was electric one and all,
they stood regarding him with sparkling
eyes and trembling limbs, as though they
were listening to the inspired voice of a
prophet. Henry 0 sy was the greati at actor
otTtne stage. Calhoun was the favorite of
the South. Morally he is to be rated high
er than either Webster or Clay. He was
keen in the observation of whatever was
minute. He was attracted by the lofty and
ideal. Similarity, resemblance, pictures and
analysis caught his eye, Tkey were seized
and secured and thrown down upon bis page
in gorgeous groups and splendid coloring.
Ills logic was compressed and concealed;
tlie train of reasoning be seemed to be pur
suing might be clear and continuous to his
own mind ; all its facta logically articulated
from end to pud ; but it was only indicated
to tho audience, it was like a stream of wa
ter, working its way underground, that
showed itself now and then, or by a success'
ion of openings and jets, the one apparently
deep, the other light and sparkling. Ho was
distinguished for bis powers of condensation.
Metaphor, tropes and figures of all kinds
were never found in Ills speeches. His elo
quence and logic set on fire. I heard him
iu one of bis altercations with Clay, I was
turpi led that Mr. Calhoun's eloquence did
not produce the least reply. It fell like a
thunderbolt upon an Iceberg glanced along,
hissed and was extinguished.
Jrnereou Davis, Yancey, Breckinridge
and Toombs, whose name he mentioned as
will as a let of equally prominent men In
the North, General Lee characterised as
'politicians,' and 'they,' said he, 'brought on
the war,' He went to say t 'I was opposed
to the war from the very outset. I wept
when I heard of the bombstdincnt of Fori
Sumpler I I sought retirement so that I
might not hear or see any of the political
leaders, the great fiid and aim of whose
statesmanship was to participate In the havoc
that subsequently swept their fields and cit
ies. Hut when Virginia, my native State,
seceedod, there was only one course for me
to pursue, namely, to follow her fortunes.'
Our eastern seaboard from tho northern
coast of Maine and Florid i Is uow well sup
piled with llght-hoiMes. A few miles of un
inhabited coast in Florida is not yet illumi
nated, bat north of that Stato hundreds of
keepers faithfully watch over the lights
which warn the marines. The Springfield
Republican thus speaks ot these faithful ser
vants: So lonesome are they,kecplng their night
ly vigil, with tho soleinu sea for (heir per
petual companion, that It is not unusual for
a keeper to take his own II Co out ol despera
tion from his solitude. Even where there is
a family iu tho light-house, the life becomes
intolerable, nnd suicides ure not the only
tragedies enacted there.
The light house board has done much to
wards making keepers' lives less irksome by
Introducing its system of libraries. A port
able case, containing some forty volumes,
made so that It can be closed and transport
ed like a Btrong trunk any distance, is sent
to a light-house, where It remains a certain
period, say three months, and is then ship
ped to the next light houso and so on in
succession to every keeper.
There are one hundred and fifty of these
portablo libraries now In use iu the light
houses establishment, A few books have
been bought by the Government, but most
of them have been voluntary contributions
from people in all parts of the country.
Sets ofold magazines, for instance, are
received in grett numbers by the board,
which It causes Ic be bound, and sends them
on their pleasure and instruction-giving
DANIEL 0. DA It It.
Frank Leslie's A'eio York Jlhutrated
Journal ot August 30th publishes a fine por
trait of Daniel U'Connell Barr, our candi
date for State Treasurer, and speaks of bis
life nnd worth ss follows :
The Democratic candidate for State
Treasurer of Pennsylvania, Mr. Daniel O.
Darr, is in the prime of his years, having
been born at Blairsville, Indiana county, in
1840. He was educated at the public school
in that town, and was' subsequently employ
ed in one of the local stores and by the firm
of contractors engaged In the construction of
a branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad. At
a later period he studied telegraphy, and
filled a number of important positions un
der the eye of Colonel Thomas A. Scott.wbo
was then superintendent of the Western
Division of the Pennsylvania Road. He
next, in July, 1858, accepted an appoint
ment in the old Pittsburg Trust Company,
now the First National Bank of Pittshurg,
one of the largest and most admirably
ged managed banking institutions in the
State, and there he has remained ever since,
discharging all theduties of his position with
marked ability and spotless integrity.
In 1809 Mr. Barr. was nominated by the
Democrats in the Legislature as the candi
date for State Treasurer, as a compliment to
him for the active part he had taken in that
and previous campaigns. Again in 1870
he was the regular caucus nominees for State
Treasurer, but the party being in the minor
ity on both occasions the Republican Treas
urers were elected. Two years ago bis
name was presented to the Democratic State
Convention for the nomination ot State
Treasurer, and at the convention recently
held be was again put in nomination, and
will be warmly supported.
Mr. Barr's career has been marked by
great activity and genuine usefulness, He
has never been a drone in tbe hive. He has
shown himself in all the relations of life a
man of broad sympathies.earnest convictions
apd thorough conscientiousness. One who
knows him intimately writes : 'Sympathe
tic with others in their troubles and con
siderate of their wants, his hand has often
reached out quietly to succor those who
needed aid, and to day he has more person
al friends in tbe community in which be
lives than almost any man who could be
named. He has ever been a faithful worker
for his party, has attended many of tbe
State and National Conventions, and was
one ofthe committee of thirty-tbrce at
Reading appointed to select tbe Democratic
delegates at-largo to tbe Constitutional Con
vention. Always moderate and restrained
in his actions and expresslors, ho has at
tracted to himself that kind of friendship
and support which it is very hard to take
from any one who has it. His nomination
illustrates this. Wherever he made a friend
iu any part. of the State, that friend seemed
to have brought others, and to stand up
with enthusiasm for him.'
SAD BUr INEVITABLE.
A small boy the other day stepped upon
a bit of plank and had the bottom of bis
foot punctured by a nail projecting there-
trom. He bad heard! that a nail wound
in the foot caused death. He therefore Bat
down on the edge of tbe sidewalk and con
sidered himself a Eoner. 'Sammy,' said he
to a companion, 'I've got ter die. (I'll be
took with tho lockjawr in about a minit.theu
I'll die. I'd like to sea mother first, hut
I've got to die and go to heaven and I can't
help It.' Virgtma (A.) Chronicle.
Sprlgglns .was saying at the boarding
house table that the parlor of his new houe
was to be finished In ash, when tbe .melan
choly Englishman remarked :
'Watever you 'ave in the parlor, Sprig,
gins, don't 'a ve any hash lu the dining
room," A Queer Old Mau.
An old gentleman of ninety summers, Ht
ing In a town in tbe interior of tbb$3tatf,had
himself measured for his coffin a few days
ago, After its completion he was asked
why be had so acted. Ills reply was that
coffin makers charged their own price after
a man is dead. He 'lias also selected bis
burial place, which has been staked off. He
never goes to church does not believe in
the resurrection, yrt reads the Bible more
regularly than anyone In the place, haying
faith only in the first nine chapters. From
the north Carolina Ivetlyterian.
Not so fast my friend ; if you could see
the strong, healthy, blooming men, women
and children that have been raised from
beds of sickness, suffering and almost death,
by tbe use of Hop letters, you would say
'Glorious and Invaluable remedy,' See an
S AN FORD'S
INSTANTLY .tPilfYr m r'"n"cnt1f cmr Mill
nmlioiiie fliwAm' In nil lit vr)lit iintfc. It poi
nrfcra tho noolhlBff and hoftllnir iroerili.i of film it.
In rDnJ burki In ihelr eiHOiitlrii liin, free frumovprr
niiroaii roiiinrtiinrtilon, ftn I lu tliU n-Dpect diiT ri from
over? other known rtmtifiy. In i liort ymr It Mis
fontt I Iti wy from trio Ailftrtlfft 1 Ilia I'ncirip ronfi,
Hi.d lierertr ktio n become tlm itandftnl remcdr
lor tliti trrfttmrnt i.f CaUrih. lui imrtrU tori lnn.t
been wait I llun hj pent If men of imtlonal rrputnllnn
wlnlijno bfrn ctm-il by tfilt rniirtiv, 'Mho limn-,
tit ton 1 1rrht0 piprnn nt.d tierionul t rouble, enrtna
the kwiI n ttirntiKtmttt tlm cirri' In which lltrr
moras Wlirn jrnn hear n w caltTiy gentleman of Inte 111
reneo ami refliifnu-ntanr, "1 owe inr life to Fnforr
lifttl teal Cure," you tnay feel aured that It la an article
orient Ynliia, autl worthy to bo claasuil amonj the
tamlir J medical anf clfl of tho ilay,
H'ltn WtW.t! derlTo front It dally unq ato bin in
HKNItV WKLLA, np Villr, Yxnao & Co.
IT 1iM tnrcd ma after twelve ye art of uninterrupted
liF.O. W. 1IOCGIITOV, Wiltium, Maaa.
1 FOI.t.mVFD the direction in the letter and amino.
J pr to lay t have linrl it i-rniHiiiit cine.
I). W. QUAY, il.lt., MtacatlXB, low.
I HAVE rcromnendrd It 1o quite a number of my
trie lulu, nil if whom bwa eirceri to me thc.r
high catlntato of It" valtm and good ifTWta with tlicm.
U.M. UOWhN, 2tt 1 i.xk BT hr. Louta.
VFTRIttiPlnfflwnliotttca I find myself permanently
cured. I hurt Mnee tn on mended ovtr oite
hundred bottles w Itti tho itrciti n fm-tpflv
WJf. W, AltMSTItttMl,
119 lUsiiiaux At a., ftoarux.
Tii bae aold SxNronu'a IlAMOAt Ctitm for nearly
M one Tear and can any candlnly that c nenr
aold a ahnflar preparation Hint jrarn inch milnraal
aatlnfactlon. V.o bars yut to learn of tho Am com
S. D. IiALDWiy A CO.,WAaotKQTOV, txn.
tVltr. core eflVeted In my cane Vy ftAtrroRD'a Hamcal
1 Lukk aako it uiarkablit tlmt It auemed to tliosu
who had aaltered without relief from any of tho u al
remedies that 11 ronld not be true, I therefore made
aftdavlt to It before Scth J. Ihomaa, hnq., Juitlcti of
tho l'ea"f, Poiton,
ULUKUU K. DINSMOKK, THvooibt, ItosTOx,
Each pari. aire of SAKrrrn'a TUmtal Cm eontalna
Dr. tiAiiford'a Improved Inhallntf 1 utn-, mid full din c
t1o:ia tor It nie In all cant a. l'rlce, tl w. i or talc by
ill whubaalo and retail druuiilFti and nulerthrnnh.
out tho United Metre and I mnd. Wl.KKft A TOT
'IKH. General Agenu end hole at o VrutxiHt, Dot
An Electro-Galvnnic Ilnttrry rnmMnrit with
a highly Mi'dlintc-il Mn-n;thefi!:i 1'tnater.
fl "jiptlie lKat I'lastrr for pains and ncliea
In .no World uf Medicine.
Gtnttemrn,- aentfor one of COLLINS VOLTAIC
rLAhlklts, mid ft lias been of jrrcet benefit In reduc
ing u iwellluif M my It tt Fide that two p 'Tulcuns pro
ti-miictd fnlarircmei t of the hp I ecu, aud ond ro
M-uncid V; nai Ovurlau Tonior.
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THEY ARE THE BEST.,
GcntUi.ten, Kncloaed sou ill find JJ3, and I wish
j i would uuid iik imollur dozen of your COLLlNo'
OLi'AlU I'LAMIH. l.y Uio above ou w 111 eco that
1 do (.oiiruililTu; to b lp o tli era lu tome way even If
1 am nutabtotit bo cp and around, 'fhiru uro a nam
bir wln hue trl' t joiirplnMeis wh-t Imd Klvcn wit
t'itt nil plaMcrs wirrood lirmtliinr,anil now Join
with mn that llfV arc flio bt tlirv hn c erer tried. 1
bvo iiom t-dt w litter be tti r tlinu I bn brfurv In
tl'icryfina, mlied 1 rnutd h.ivu lit nrd of ) our plutv
U-rr b-fure, ours, .ic,
I OUHTTA XI. CP.OS3.
IlAtXsTox SrA, X. V., March S", liTt.
Irloo. Oft Cents.
Vi c-ref Jl to call for COLLINS' VOLTAIC FLARTEU
lint you ittt aouio wortukiw imitation. Sold by all
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It it a try vtgetablt compound and
Oae pcekage makes six o.urts of Medicine,
cvnusuing mo spirit, oeinf prepared
In pare water
Tour DruaaM wilt net tt for imu. Tnt.t
PORT GRAPE WINE
Used Id the principal churches (or Ccmmunlen
BXCEUE1IT T01 LADIES AND WE AH?
PEESOVS AND TBS A0ED.
Speer's Fort Grape Wins !
FOUR YEARS OLD.
rilhls Celebrated Native Wine Is made from the
-X juice oi me uporio urape, raised in mis county
Tonic and Strengthening Properties
are unsurpassed by any otuer.Natlve Wine. Being
Hbeer's own Dersonal BiiDcrvlaioD. ltn nuiitv and
genuineness are guaranteed. The youngest child
may partake or Its generous qualities, and the weak
est Invalid use It to advantage. It is particularly
beneOclal to tbe aged and debilitated, and Bulled to
the Tanous ailments that alTect the weaker sex. It Is
in every respect A w inbto UK ItKLlKU u.N.
P. JT. Sherry.
The P. J. SIIERIIV is a Wine ol Ruperlor Character,
and partakes or thesrolden auanrie or inn trram.
from which It Is made, For Purity, inclines, f lavor
and Uedlctual Properties, tt will be found unexcelled.
I. J. llraiiriy.
Tills lilt ANDY Btnnd8 unrivaled la this Countrr,
IT IS A PUKE dlsuilatlon from the grapeandcon.
tains valuable medicinal properties.
It has a delicate flavor, similar to that ot the
grapes from which it Is distilled, and Is In great favor
among nrstlaas families.
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SIXTH NOllMAL SCHOOL. JJlbTUlUT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rev. D. J. WALLER, Jr., A. M., Principal.
TI1I8 BCIIOOL. as at present constituted, oilers tho very best fatuities for Profraslonnl and riasslcal r,1,J';'f-,,,,,,,, , .. . ,,ft,lnlr.,i BUnnlv ot nure.HOtt
lluildlngs spacious, Inviting and commodious i completely heated by slcam, well ventilated, lighted by gas, and furnished with a bountiful supply 01 pim,u
PIx!tionhMlthtul, anu ca ot access. Teachers o)crlciiccd, ctUdcnt, and ftllvo to their work. Discipline, nrm but kind, uniform and thorough, f.icprnsef
moderate. l'Ifty cents a week deduction to all oxpoctlng to toach. Students admitted at any time, ltooins reserved when desired.
Courses of study prescribed by tho titato 1
I. Model School. II. Preparatory. III. Elementary. IV, Classical.
Adjunct Courses : I. Academic. II. Commercial. III. Course in Music. IV. Course in Art. V. Course in Physical Culture.
The Elementary. Scientific and Classical Courses are PIlOPISsalOSAl, nnd Students graduatng thcr.'ln, recelvo stato ''!S.!it'''''f ri?iinitcs
corresponding Degrees; Mnsterof the Elements; Mastcrof tho sciences; Master of the Classics. Graduates In tho other Courses ricelio. Normal Ccrtliicaics
their attainments,, signed bv tho onicers of tho Hoard ofT'istO!". .... .....nniinrtnu
The courso ot stud y prescribed by the Stato Is liberal, and tho P stcntMc and Classical courses are not Inferior tothoso of pur best CpllCRCS. . . . ..
The State i equlrcsa higher order of cltlicnshlp. The tlraos rteiiandtt. Ills oneof the prime objecta of .this Jf''?",''
gent and cniclent Teachers for her schools. To this end It solicits young persons ot good aWlitles and good r'n'00' vi,
and their talents, as students. To all such It promises aldlndovcloplngthetr powers, andabundant opportunities for well paid labor alter ieuuni,scnoui.
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Igeuts. Cut this out and
address with stamp
SMITH & SON',
34 Dey bU, N. V.
Jul; w, Sin.
Name this paper.
TTTTunr! I Ily scndlnff 85 cents, with ace.
nfiiht, color of eyes and hair, you
FOB I w"l receive by return mall a cor
iTMinevt V rect picture ot jour future hus
IvuaaaUt , j band or uue, with name and date
Address, w vox Uox 11 Fultonvllle, N. V.
aug. tl, Sm.
OF EVERY DESRIPTI0N
AT TBI OOLTJMBUK OfFCl
, BY .USING- Sl9V
: 4TZi' ill jF9SgMCDALSPK9.. PHILADELPHIA.
Hi HI HnVFI
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
through the largest stock of
Hats, Caps, &c,
For Men and Boys,
Pretty suits for little boys,
Cheap suits for Men,
Trunks, Satchels, Bags, &c,
Gum Clothing, &c.
MANUFACTURED at :
MOUNT HOLLY, N.J.
F UMfl A T T 'O This is a remarkable
iVUnUAIJlj k3 medicine win euro spav
In. BDllnt Curb. CallouB. c.. or anv enlnrcrement
AND WILL HF.MOVK THE 11U.SCU WITHOUT
U u A AIAT ULisTEiti mi or causing a
O r A. L1V sore. No remedy ever dis
covered equals It for certainty of
of action In stoyplng tho lameness and removing
the bunch. Price ti.oo. Feud for circular rIvIdl'
OTTT? X? 1'HOOK Sold by druggists, or sent to
V U -LV Ui any address by tie inventor, II. J,
hendall, M . 1)., inosburgh Falls, Vt. Moycr llros.
auciju, ujuuuisuurg, x a.
May S3, '7.-ly a w
TTrYDQlj Send !5sents In f
llv7lk?jcy for a row Hi
treats of all diseases, has 33 line eni
stamps or curren.
11011HK HOOK. It
positions assumed by sick horses, a tablo of doses, a
DlVlV lfES, rules for telling tbo ago of a
horse.wlth an engraving showing teeth of each year
and a large amount of valuable horse information.
Dr. Wm. 11. Ilallsajs, "I have bought booksthatl
paid Ii and lo for which I do not like as well as I
do yours." (too res a cikccuh. Agents Wanted.
U. J. Kendall, M. !)., Knosburgh rails, Vt.
May t, 19-ly
ESPY PLANING MILL.
The undersigned lessee of the Espy I'lantng Mill.
19 prepared to do all kinds ot mill work,
Doors, Frames, Sasli, Blinds, etc.
made to order on short notice, Satisfaction guar,
ORNAMENTAL IRON FENCES.
and Public Grounds.
Tho follow Ing shows tbe Ticket Oothlc. ono of tho
several beautiful stj les of fence manufactured by
the undersigned. '
For lieauty and Durability they are unsurpassed.
Prices and Specimens of other Designs
sent to any address.
S. HUE. HESS,
July is, 'i-m
t Null and cheiplv execuLsd tt Ihi
a 2. o 1
a n P
a 2 o a
May 8, lu-t
If" Itemoved to tha rost Ofllco building, llrsi door
above tho Exhango Hotel.
All kinds of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry neat-
iLuiuvii nun nuiiuuiuu,
may 17, T-tt
If yoitaroiuHcilm;fruir.Ipoor l.fiillli or laC-'ulb-latfuua
biu of nlcl!nc.nUL-ki,tbeor,lt,r
llup ISlllerHlvrlll Cum You.
U yro nro a mlnltcr.!inaiiaio ou'ii.usa your.
Hit ultlijourinxtornldiirjilul (or n mother, worn
uuttvltliLiiruunil v,ort,oiSlf you nre .Imtily clllnu i
If )ou frel ui'j'E LiUuS JUlilrltL U, wllhout clcjr-
lykuoMlab' wliy. ti
Hop Illllux MlllKlirMore Vim.
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Mrafa of uur 'n.rM,i)4iiilc, or u n.jn of lot.
ur, lullluit owr )ou.0uMtillitotk,
Iloo IIIiiith ullltrei)Klliiti Vou.
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crctloD,orureeroliistocfii.t,asls ofua tlio t-u.o.
Hop Itinera villllltelleto You.
Ifyou nro In ttio work l.hop, on tlio farm, nt tlm
drsK.nnjuliiTCiinJt.Tfihnt your oiteiii nniH
rlcnniint'. toulug or sUiu Bjlailng, vt ilhoui luloil.
Hop Ililtcrn iJjU'linc You Need.
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Hop IHiicm lll alvoyoiiNew I.llc nnd Vlcor.
Hoe Cucoii Ccck Ij i tho iwcctct, utetl and best
...i. ..uuuri'ii. I
The Hop Vat Inr stomal, r ir- n- t.
lupertortoallotlwre. It la perfect. Alc UruitElatil
J' an aioluto ami Irrealalahln n for drunk-l
, w.uin, .uoacco ana nartotis,
ill titan W J by dnijtlUfc II.p Bltlm Mfj. On. UiNhnUr, U
May 2, 19 -tf.
THIS PAPIST? !,,'ITlx,;,"m',."nn't op-
Advrrtbliur Hur.uii (.u bpiuri- Slntll, li,-r n,i,,"r.
tMnt! eomracts may bo made lor It l. M:YYIIUIi,
feb. 14, 'ii-if r
WM. F. BODINE,
HON hT., HKLOW bUCONU, IILOOSISHUHU, J'A
Is prepared to do all kinds ot
Hal ii and Ornamental,
BOTH DECOHAT1VK AND I'LAIN.
All lilmlN ul'Vuriildiro ncpali-cd.
ami mn tie tin good im new,
NONE HUT FinST-CLASS WOItKMEN I'MPLOYED
Bitimatei Made on all Work.
WM. F. BODINE.
this r-ireK is us m.K una
TD0WELL II pKESMAN
JLX. Advertising AQentt,
iHIRt A CHUTNUT ITt., IT. LOUIS, Wt
OLD AND RELIADLE.
JDlL HANTOtlll'll IiIVEII iNVIHOnATOn J
S ia n Htanilnm Fninily Hcmeiljr for '
itisi'aosof llioliivcr, ' nuiicli "rffj
? nnd lloweU. It ia l'urely HL
Vogclttblc. 11 uovcr ,
htis been nsod
by tho public. 2
more than 85 venxa. 2
with unprecedented results. 2
SEND FOR CIRCUL1D
gS. T.W.SANFORD, M.D., SWBiSSSS
( iiTDRiccurniLtTiLLiouiisinrrTinn. 2
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE 45
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
On and after Sunday. Juno 29, 1S7!, tho trains
on the llilladelphla & Erin 11a lroad DH lslon will run
as follows :
Erie Mall leaves Philadelphia 11 ws p m
" " Darrlsburg 4K5am
" " Wllllam'iiort 8 85 am
" " Jersey Hhoru V 07 a in
" " Lock Haven 9 40 a m
" " itenovo 11 oi am
" arrlvo nt Erlo 7 S5 p in
Niagara Express leaves Philadelphia 9 30 it m
' " HarrNbtirg 1145 am
" arr. at llll.tm?ixirt ii.ts p m
" lockllaMu a ftspm
" i'll0o 5 23pm
Fast Line leaves Piill ulelphla 11 45 a m
"II inWburg 3 35 p m
" airlve at Wfll.unsport 7 25pni
" ' Lock Haven 8 4t) p in
I'a'cttlo Ktpress le.tcs Ixick Haven 41) a m
" " JcrsoyShoro 7 15niu
" " tlllamstiort 7 ns a m
" arrlvo at Harrlsburg 11 41 am
" " ruiladelplila a 13 p m
Hay Express leaves Uenovo inosam
" " lack Haven 11 2n a m
" Vtlllamsport 12 40 pm
" arrlvo at Harrlsburg 4 10 p m
' " Philadelphia 7 2(ipm
Erlo Mall leaves Henovo 8 50 p m
" " Lock Haven louiipm
" " Wllllamsport 1120 pm
" arrives at Han lsburg 3 oo a m
" " riilladelphla 7 40nm
Fast Lino leaves W llliamsport 12 35 a ra
' arrives at Harrlsburg 3 r.5 a in
" riilladelphla 7 40 nm
Erie Mall westand Day Express East mako close
connections atNorthumberland with L.JC U. 11. H.
trains fur llkesbanc and hcranton,
Erlo Mall West, Niagara Express West and Fast
Lino West make close connection at Wllllomsport
with N. c. H. W. trains north.
Niagara Express West and Day Express East
make close connection lit Loci; llnU'n with 11. E. V
it. It. trains.
Erlo Mall east and West connect at Erie with
trains on L. H. A- M. H. It. It. s at corrv with o. L'.
t. V. H. H. ; at Emmrlum with 11. N, Y. 1 1". II. It.
and at Hrlltnood with A. V. It. It.
Parlor cars will run between l'lillaielphla and
Wlllamsport on Niagara Express west, Erie Express
west. Philadelphia Express cast, Day Express east
and .Sunday Exprcbs east. SlecplnB cars on all nlolit
WM. A. IULDWIN.
NORTHEKN CENTRAL RAILWAY
on and after November 20th, 1S73. trains will leavo
Sunbury as follows:
Erie Mall wo a. m., arrUe Elmlra n ,6
" Canandalffua... 3.35 p. ta
Rochester 5.15 "
Niagara 0 40 "
Itenovo accommodation 11.10 a. in. airlvo Wtlilatn -
port 12.55 p. ra.
Elmlra Mall 4.16 a. m., arrlvo Eluilra 10.20 a.m.
Buffalo Express 7.15 a. m. arrn 0 Buffalo 8.60 a. u
Buffalo Expreoa 2.60 a. m. arrlvo Harrlsburg 4.t.o a.
" Ualtlmore s.40 '
Elmlra Mall 11.15 a. m., arrlvo Harrlsburg 1.M
" Washington 10.30 "
" Ualtlmoro 0.30 "
" Washington 8.30
Harrlsburg accommodation 8.40 p. m. arrHo Ilarils
burg 10.50 p.m.
arrlvo Baltimore 2.25 a. u
" Washington 0.13 "
Erlo Mall 1J.65 a. m. arrive narrlsburg 3.03 a. ni,
" Baltlmoro8.40 "
" Washington 10,35
All dally except Sunday.
D. M. BOYD, Jr., General rassenger Agent
A. J. CASSATT, Qencral Jlanagtr
piIILADELPHA AND READING ROAD
ARRANGEMENT OP PASSENGER
May II, 1879.
TKA1NSLHAVI RPFBKT AS F0LLOW6(SUN0AT EXCPrTBP
I'or New York, Philadelphia, Reading, I'ottsvllle
Tamaqua, &c 11,45 a. m
For Catawlssa, 11,43 a. m. 7,21 and 7.S5 p. m.
For Wllllamsport, 0,2s 9,05 a. m. and 4,00 p, m.
TH11NSF0R KUrSBI LEAVK IS WILLOWS, (SCKPAT KX
Leavo New York, 8,45 a. m.
Leave ThUadelphla, 9,45 a. m.
Leave Readlnir. 11.55 a. in., rottsvllle. 12.39 n. m
and Tamaqua, 1,35 p. m.
wavo catawlssa, 6,20 8,50 a, ra. and 4,oo p. m.
Leavo Wtuiamspoi 1 ,9,45 a.m.2,15 p. m. and 4,60 p. m
raSChtrCrs to and from N'hw Vni-L-nnrt lhllflrtrl.
phia go througa w lutout change of cars.
J. E. WOOTTEN,
C. o, HANCOCK, ocncral Manager.
Oeneral 'ncket Agent,
Jan. 11, Hio-tr.
Tlme-Tabto No. 39, Takes effect at 4:30 A. H
MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1818.
T'tm hb mm mm mm-.. . .vol w
mm mm mm va
au " v .a"U8 "7m7 mf S
.11 i. ii' mm mm
Ji mm M . iuu 5
ill 111 in
p.m. p.m. a.m.
9 30 4 12 9 411
9 17 9 37
9 OS 9 30
S 6S 3 51 9 21
8 61 3 411 9 19
8 40 3 41 9 14
8 33 3 SO 9 04
' 8 13 3 10 8 44
8 23 3 20 8 65
8 12 3 12 8 47
8 04 3 04 8 39
7 51 2 51 8 28
7 S3 9 39 8 17i
7 f2 I 34 8 12
T 25 2 23 8 04
7 W 9 H 7 41
65 1 67 7 38
0 60 1 61 7 33
45 1 45 7 29
97 I 27 7 11
00 1 00 6 45
p.m p.m. a,m.
a.m. p m. p.m
9 35 2 10 It 13
2 21 6 25
2 30 C 3.1
2 S3 C 40
2 41 45
2 ft 6 W
i tj e
2 67 0 69
3 16 7 10
3 15 7 1
a 10 7 l
,. West intston...
,, Plymouth June
....Beach Haven., ,
10 83 8 15 7 5
3 91 7 85
10 34 3 20 7 tl
10 42 Bffi IN
10 65 3 611 S 25
4 10 8 65
4 la 9 H
4 13 7 13
4 29 7 2J
4 83 7 80
4 4 '4 7 41
1 49 8 111
11 51 4 65 8 J J
11 67 6 Ol) J 60
IJ 13 6 18 S 21
, , .uuinuit)..,.,..
u SO 9 63
11 45 5 45 9 to
n.m. n.m. fl-tn
W. V. nAL&TEAD, Supt.
Superintendent's omcc, Scranton, June 10, isi8.
"WAINWRIOIIT & CO.,
TEAS, SYRDPS, COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES,
uci, sricis, aiciBB soul, to., He.
N. E. corner Second and Arch streets,
WOrdorn will receive prompt attention.