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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURGr, COLUMBIA COLNTY, PA.
A MYSTERY SOIjVKI) ArTKIl SlXl'Y-SEVEN
A DKAT1MII ,) CONFESSION IN A I-OOIl 1I0U8H
EXPLAINS THE FATE OF AAItON BURR'S
A despite i from Rattle Creek, Michigan,
announced the death of an old tmllor In tho
poot house at Cassopolls, who, In his last
momenta told a most remarkable story of
the mysterious fate of Aaron Burr's daugh
ter, Theodosla Burr Alston, nearly three-
quarters of a century ago, Mrs. Alston was
the only daughter or a statesman a woman ,
of beauty, refinement and most amiable
character. She sailed from Charleston, S.
C.,on Dec. 30, 1812, for New York, In the
Patriot. The vessel was never heard from
(gain. It was never known whether she
went down at sea or was captured and de
stroyed by pirates. The death bed confes
Ion of Benjamin F. Dendlck, the old sail
or mentioned, solves vhe mystery, llendick,
who has been an inmate cf the Csssopolls
poor house for some time, died New Year's
day. Just before ho died he sent for the
keeper and other prsons connected with the
establishment and told them he had a con
fession to make. His statement, which was
taken in detail by his astonished hearers,
was In effect that the Patriot was captured
by a crew of pirates, of which he was a inem
ber, on January 3, 2313. They tooic pos
session cf the vessel and forced tho captain,
crew and passengers to walk the plank.
Mrs. Alston was one of the doomed pas-
seDjrers She begged to be spared, but her
entreaties were unavailing. She dressed
herself all In while, and with a Bible in
her hand, wailed calmly.but with a blanched
face, for tho fatal order. When it came,
the moved silently and with a steady step
from the group on the deck, clasping the
Bible to her breast. She stepped upon the
death plank without a tremor. It was lieu
dick's lot to pull the plank beneath her.
The dying sailor says the scene has haunted
him ever since. Tho white face of the lady
walking calmly to her death was present in
all his dreams, and scarcely ever left his
thoughts. Ue expressed penitence for his
part in the crime, saying he was forced to
obey the decision of the lot at the peril of
Listen to This.
The unbiased opinion of some of the most
intelligent medical men in this country and
Europe, support the statement that Kidney
Wort is the greatest discovery yet, forcuring
kidney and liver troubles, piles and consti
pation. It acts on both kidneys and bowels
at the same time, and thus cleanses the
!AN IDIOT BOY WITH A MEMORY.
The Pennsylvania State training school
for feeble-minded children, at Media, has
just been visited by a correspondent of the
Springfield Republican. Ho found over
three hundred young Idiots under treatment
calculated to make them stronger in mind
and body. There are school rooms holding
from twenty to thirty pupils each. In the
more advanced classes, reading, writing, ar
ithmetic and geography are taugnt. In a
kindergarten, the visitor saw small children
modeling in clay, building block houses,
and weaving paper into fanciful shapes
Coses of remarkable improvement were re'
lated. The great wonder of the establish
ment, however, is thus desribed: 'The trite
saying that 'blood will out' is exemplified
in the idiot savant, who is never found
among the lower orders. A curious caso of
this kind is reckoned among the pupils of
this school. So remarkable are his powers
of memory that after listening to a xermon
or other discourse he is able to repeat it
verbatim, preserving also the intonations of
the speaker. At a test of this singular fac
ulty the lad was once taken to Media to at
tend a lecture upon some scientific matter,
and the next day was asked to repeat it.
To the astonishment of all he readily re
peated the entire lecture, rendering Latin
phrases and technicalities as glibly as the
vernacular; yet in in his mentality tho re
flective power was dull and feeble, and he
was unable to convert into practical seuse
, die knowledge which he so lightly ac
There is but a very small proportion of
the women of this nation that do not suffer
from some of the diseases for which ICidney
Wort is a specific. When the bowels have
become costive, ' headache torments, Kid
neys out of fix, or piles distress, take a
package, and its wonderful tonic and reno
vating power will cure you and give new
TUG lltlSIl FAMINE.
Tbe following Is an extract from a letter
published in the Toronto papers by Arch"
bishop Lynch, lu which he gives the result
of his visit to the people of Ireland, and
appeals for aid for tbe distressed: "Permit
me to assure the public that from a personal
view there is a widespread distress in Ire
land, and in counties mentioned in tbe let'
ter of her Grace 'the Duchesn of Marlbor
ough. Starvation stares the people in
the face if they are not relieved! The blah
ops of Ireland testify to the general distress
in those counties. Tin re are at least a mil
lion people in that unhappy country who
do not get the ordinary nourishing food of
peasants of other nations in Europe, and
they are certainly worse clothed. 1 have
seen more womeu and children barefooted
in Ireland than in England, France and
Color Your Hatter.
Farmers that try to sell white butter are
all of the opinion that dairying does not
pay. If they would use Wells, Richardson
& Co's Perfected Butter Color, and market
their butter in per'ect condition, they would
atill get good prices, but it will not pay to
make any but the best in color and quality,
This color is used by all the leading cream'
eries and dalrymon, and is sold by druggists
Children Under the Sncw.
Far away up In tho north, on the shores of
that great frozen occanlying beyond Europe
and Asia, you may sometimes catch sight (as
I did oncojofa huge, gray, pointed thing,
standing all alonein the midst of the snowy
plain, just liko an immenso pear with tbe
stalk upward, I should have been puzzled
bad I not teen a thin curl of euioko creeping
from tbe top of it that let mo ioto the secret
This queer looking thing was a Sauioied?,
The tent of a Samoide is almost as s'lmnli
an affair as that of an Arab. All you Lave
to do is to plant a dozen long poles in the
grouDd, elanted so as to let their tops meet
cover this framework with reindeer skins,
leavings hole at the top to let out the smoke;
pile tbe snow high up around the lower part
to keep off tho wind tho bouse is complete
But, outlandish as, t looks, this little bur
row is worth sometbiric; in a real Kussiaa
iroot, wuicu treewa toe very bream on ooe'i
moustache; so I go right to the aW, (which
is simply a thick still hanging over a holo In
the side,) lift it up and step in.
Tho insido iscortalnly warm enough rath
er too warm, in fact, being almost as hot and
choky as a bako house. Tlicro is n Gro burn
ing in tho middle, tho smoke going anywhero
and everywhere; and besido it sat three
things (oto can hardly call them human fig
ures one a deal larger than the other two.
There being no light but tho glaro of tho
fire, it is not easy for mo to sco where I am
going; and tho first thing 1 do is to stumble
over something which seems liko a skin bag,
unusually full. But it is not it is a child,
wrapped, or rather tied up in a huge cloak
of deer skin, and rolling about tho floor liko
in tneso out-ot tno-way places, wlicro a
man may go for days without sceiuga human
face, except his own, peoplo call upon each
other, without waiting to bo introduced; and
my sudden cntianco docs not stem to disturb
my new friends in tho least. They greet mo
cordially enough, and bid mo wclcomo in
Russian, which most of tho Samoitdcs speak
a little; and, seating myself on a chest,
I look about me.
As my eyes get uso to tho half-light, I see
that the group by the Cro consists of a woman
and two little girls, muffled in skins from head
to foot' Papa is away somewhere with hi
sledge and his reindeer, leaving mamma to
mind the house and take care of tho children.
Funny little things they are, with great
round heads, and dark brown skins, and
small, restless black eyes, and faces as flat as
if somebody had sat down upon them ; but,
queer as they look, they have learned to
uiaka themselves useful already, for they are
hard at work stitching their own clothes.
lliey aro not a bit shy, and in another ruin'
uto I have them scrambling up into my lap,
and wondering at the tick of my watch,
which 1 take out to show to them, while they
calp their hands and shout Tat, pail' which
is their word for 'good.'
Tho tent is not a very largo one, but every
inch of its space has certainly beeu made tho
most of. The floor is carpeted with thick
sheets of gray felt, and littered with chests,
sacks, baskets, bark shoes, and' bits of har
ness; while hanging from the tent poles, or
thrust into the holes of the skins that cover
them, are a perfect museum of things of
every sort caps, pouches, fish spears, knives,
hatchets, whips and last, but certainly not
the least, tho face of a baby, which has been
thrust into a kind of pocket in the skin, like
a knifo in tho sheath. I stoop to stroke the
little brown face, whilo the round eyes stare
wonderingly at me out of tho folds of tho
Meanwhile tho lady of the house, (or rath
er tent) hospitable liko all Samoiedcs, hast
ens to set before mo somo black bread mixed
with bark, and a lump of terrifically strong
cheese, made of reindeer milk.
Tho reindeer supplies tho Samoiedes with
plenty of things besides cheese; indeed, al
most everything that they havo got comes
from it in somo form or other. They cat
reindeer meat, they drink reindeer milk;
their fi-h spears are tipped with reindeer
how; their clothes, and tho very tents in
which they live, are made of reindeer skin;
the needles wherewith they stitch them are
made of reindeer bone, and the thread of
reindeer sinew; and when they wish to move
from place to place, it is tho reindeer that
draws them along the Samoide would bo as
badly off without the roindeer as the Arab
without the camel. David Ker in January
Fees of Doctors.
The fees of doctors lsau item that very
many persons are interested m just at pres
ent. We believe the schedule for visits is
$3.00, which would tax a man confined to
liia bed for a year, and in need of a daily
visit, over $1,000 a year for medical atten
dance alone I And one single bottle of Hop
Iiitteis taken In time would save the $1,000
nd all the years sickness
Full returns of the vote of Louisiana
how majorities of 59,072 for the new con-
ftitution ; 30,751 for Wiltz, the democratic
candidate for cover nor, and 13.076 for the
debt ordinance. The senate will contain 31
democrats and 5 republicans; the house 7li
lemocrats, 17 republicans, 2 independents
and 1 greenbacker.
The greatest medicine known for produ
cing an appetite is 'Dr. Lindsey's Blood
Work on the Middle Penitentiary, at
Huntingdon, Fa., has been suspended on
account of the cold weather. Tbe founda
tion of tbe wall that is to enclose tbe ground
ttn acres has been laid up to the sur
face, and tbo reservoir is completed. No
more work will bo done at the building un
til n&xt spring.
I found Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup to be a I
most effectual remedy, and feel sure that
the most stubborn cough and cold will yield
to its healing influence. Frank S. Price,
New Orleans, August U, 187S.
The Republican State Committee has fixed I
the 4th day of February for holding the
State Convention, which will meet at liar-
risburg, to elect delegates to the National
Republican Convention at Chicago in June
and nominate candidates for tbe Presiden-1
tial Electors, Judge of the Supreme Court,
and Auditor General.
Your liver Is out of order, and you know
it; so take 'Seller's Liver Pills.' Sold by
Lcai Year Law.
Tbe following, from Kulp's Legal Regis
ter will be found to contuin several impor
tant pieces of information ;
"The law, it Is said, tabes no notice of
parts of days, and as to the -'Jill of Feb.
ruary, it takes no notice of the whole day,
For example: Suppose a note is dated on
tue -atti oi February, ibsu, payable one
day from date. Ordinarily it would be
payable on the -1th of .March, and so it is
in leap year aud not on the 3rd. In
Indiana tue question nas recently come
before tbe Supreme court, In respect to the
service of nrocess in 187u.tbe last lean vear.
The law there requires ten day's previous
service tor tue entry ol judgment, lu tbe
case before the court ot judgment was pre
mature if the 28th and 29th ot February
are to be computed as one day, I tie court
said : It must be regarded as settled in tills
state that the 28th and -ihh of February in
every bieextile year must be computed aud
considered In law as one day. It has been
held by this court that the Knglish statute
21 Henry III. Is in force in this stale.
This statute, speaking of tbe 29th day of
t ebruary. In leap year provides : uumpuli
tur diet tile et diti proxime precedent pro unico
lii't." (an J this (lay as well as (lie day next
...... If -l. - II 1. .. 4-1 - .1 V
jireceuiug suau uu cuiuuuieu us uueuay.j
This English statute is recognized us a part
of the law governing this state. The ser
vice or summons was not sullicieot in law to
justify either tbe default entered or the judg
ment rendered." In this state it is undoubt
edly true that the statute law of the moth
er country, when Introduced by consent of
tbe colony, became part or tue common
law. See llogardus vs. Trinity church, 4
1'ai. 178, lti8. This embraces statutes, deeds
verbal or written contracts, and all public
or private luttrumeuts. See Uoberts stat-
From & Distinguished Physlolan,
NO fttnjtto iJUcMe hrii f ntMled fnoro torTrrlnfr or W
lcJ"MUthfl Tin of tlto conamntion than
Catarrh, The imio of molt, o( tnnte, of ilhi, of licar.
In, ln human Yolcc.ilie mtnj, one or mora and some.
Jim ih i ilcntnictUo influcncf. Tlte poison It
orce, ami break-, up pie most toun-t of conttltntlona.
ffnorccl bpcftnuo tiut llttln nmlcrdooj by mott fhrt"
clans. iTpotcntlr amiIIM br mi... k am! ftiaflatana.
l"7?.W8r!'J frpinlthito IllllB linpo (o bo relieved
a of It till tUU of nrRP. It H l mi, t1in, that tin
ular treatment ftiiii trrin.jticitaa tr remedies
iiln thfl i reach of all pnc4 i tubninis nt rncecom.
fall, berniiaeH atrlkri at thu root nr tho llscne, vlt,
tho aet'UftM btrxht. lilio It brail tho ulcerated mem
brane by ttlrcrt application to tho nmnl inwafci. ltl
action i la bmcdoit urtilii 11 n oil mica, nml miiIcm tho
vital forcea am loo far r xhmnted, must, In the ureal
NOBSCOTT I1LOCK, Po, t KAHIXOIUM, Oct, 1,
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE
MAYMfc 1y rlnlm to bo ono of tho fawpopuUr rem,
who. In nmntr. not onlv Trrt tv f. rmninnmr It hill nan
it in mcir umniii in orrriTcnco to nny or me rrcDara
linn usually n-, itcr.i-r,. l.v ntn lilmia.
Mmi nronar(."u1it nilliiiirulti t cllv nhvulrlan.
"thut my obltkMtlorilo tli Ui', Medical Society are
uch Hint i cannot publlfty recommend or prescribe the
Jtiaicnu tire i tint unco I received an much roller from
tlto mo of H itivacir, nftrr nthoroiicli trlnl of the usual
rcrtl (MlU'H. I lta U nrlVfttldir ftrlvUdl it inn. nml n man m a
1 ttvi sent In jonrnoro no lias than ono hundred of
,'uiivu.a iwr II,
C"JKVTU:MF.N',' VT have soM BANronn'a lUniCAt,
J CfllK for li-iirtv nnttfp.ir.nnil ran tnv rmwtliliv
that uonMt r aoM atlin'lnr prrpnratlo'ilhat pat o such
anicn!UBm iitciiou, e i.at e to icurn llio tint com
til Hint v, t.
Sa aro n't lit tho Imblt of rccommcndlnif natcnt
tmi!lcl.tc, bit y ur pn parmlou mens ibo wnita of
iiiuur-iiim-, I, it v i nit k tin 'mi nnurieii u nni iir con
vinced ofltn j.rc t nv rlt u tth.it i in r -nlit! Irtr v ill ba
rcllorcd. Wo Imv lift n In tlui tlrntr tiMlm-aa fnr (hn
,cata co:itnntiy, nml told ccrjtrilnir for
L ilirali-fti nil flin rut If inmni nrnu.
you can no hls letter or any ttrt of It Ihv yon mmi.
i. nAi.ii i c (.ii.
Jit lriiirj Hooka and
Stationery, Wnrhlnctu i, I
T.arn nacbru'c ront.it 4tifftril'a1ini-ni-fi Tntl.
Inir Tube. and full lllr ith.ns trusaln till rni'. l'rfro.
fi.uu. rcr sn ic vy nil t iu'" ato nna retail druitfriots
and dealers ttiroilirhout tlto L'nltcd States nml C'nnndnR.
WEEKS & l'OTTEU, Mineral Aenta and Wholcsilo
AntlprlrMSntviinlc Ilnttrry combined with
n hi ah I y Mcdlcntnl Mrriinthpnlntr I'luatcr.
form in u thr beat rinnirr fur paluaund uclica
lu tho World of Jtlvdlclne
As a prand curative And reatoratlre spent la not
the healing art UnKsstliiltnlrpark has tied tlmhody,
rcutoratlon by means on lectrlclty la possible. It Is the
last resort of all phjslcl tns and surireons, and has res
cued thousands, np;t irently dead fiom an untimely
KTavc, when no otnrr lnunan mrency could bate auc
ccetled. Ihls la tlte kadlun curutlvu clcmout In tils
BALSAM AND PINE.
The hcallnir nronertll of nnr nu-n ffmrpnut hnUam
and pine and the ituuisof tlioi:rtst nreto.v.rll known to
require description, 'lhclr Kratcful, heullnt;, tnoth
inc, and atrenifthcninB propertks nru known to thou
sandB. When tomblniMl In uccordjnco with Into and
Important discoveries In pharmacy, their heallnir and
atrenuthcn'ntf properties are increased tenfold. In
ci our i iasier is mo ucbtm usu wlthojt the
TWO IN ONE.
ThUB combined wch.Vfi two irr.nfl 9nl. In
one. e.ch or vlilcli pcrrormi lit runctlon mul unltcdljr
i'.vi -.n iii-iurn umiii.uiiucu la IUO UlSlorr 01
ledlcinc. Try ono. l'sicie, mCKNTS.
Bold by .11 Wholel.le and llet.ll nrairffl.l. rir.nh.
outllip pnUcd fct.te. and Can.d.i, .nd tij WLtKb &
June U, T9-I J.
That Acts at tho Same Time on U
. ...van IB
I nr. uicri.
and the KIDNEYS.
These RTcatorffaoi are tho nfttural cleans
en of tbe lyatem. if they worlc well, health
will be perfect: If they become clogged,
dreadful dlBuaaea are iuru to follow with,
milouKntsi, Headache, pytpepila, Jaun
dice, Constipation and Tiles, or Kid
ney Complaints, Gravel Diabetes,
Sediment In the Vlno, Milky
or Bopy Urine or Uliea
matle I'alns and Aches,
are developed beciuse ibo blood Is poisoned
with tlio numora vunt mvuw ui
Ui. ni and roa will III o but 10 .udcr.
1 laaauul.lmabeen cured. Try Itnnd yon
will add oDeinoro to the number, ljke.lt
and health will once more el.dden yonr heart.
Why suffer longerf rom th torment
or nn aohlng back ?
Why boar ouch dlstroxs rrom Con
stipation nnd Piles ?
vihy bo co fiarful booauoo of Ulo
ordored urlno ?
KinxET-WOBTwIll euro )ou. Try a pad.
ago at once and be aatUIlcd.
h ti a dry ttyttable compound and
One Package maVeHUlniuarUoDIcdlflne.
your lruajltt tl II. or t.-lil itt it or
jott. Inutu:o:iharinjti. J'rlce.xisv.
W3.L3. I5IiSS:0:t C3., r::;r!tt:n,
I 0V11ot.Ii'I1 JJarllneto., Vt.
PORT GRAPE WINE
Used la tbe principal Churches for communten
EXCELLENT F03 LADIES AND WEAKLY
FEE5QNS AND THE AQSD.
. Speer's Fort Grape Wine !
FOUR YEARS OLD.
r 1 Mils Celebrated Native Wine U made from the
L Julco of tbu oporto orape, raised In UilsCouaty
Tonic ana Strengthening Properties
are unsurra&sed br any other Native Wine, lielnc
tbe pure Juice of tb (Iraptt, produced under Mr.
H peer's own personal supervision, ita purity and
genuineness aro guaranteed. The youngest child
lua l't uikd ui i tj viivi vita iuuti tin. luiu hid rf taa
eHt Invalid use It to advantage, it U particularly
benerlcUl to the aged and debilitated, and suited to
mo various ailments maianeciine weaicer sex, it is
in every respect a ik tu iik kclih.u u.n.
TLo V. J. K1IEKHY Is a Wine of 8otrlor L'hiracur.
and partakes of the KOlden nualttlei ot the srrahe.
from whtctt lc Is made. For 1'urtty, Hlcnneai, Flavor
and Medicinal I'roperlles, it v, ill bo found unexcelled.
P. J. Jfrandy
This IIIIANDY stands unrivaled In this Country,
belnir far superior for medicinal purposes,
I 111 IJ t llltli V lff Ml itljsi. IhA
IT Id A rmtK distillation from the irraDeaiideon.
tains rajuablo medicinal properties.
it has a delicate flavor, similar to tbat ot tho
Braprs from m bleu It Is distilled, and Is In treat fa or
among rim-class families,
tieo tbat the signature ot AI.VIIK!) KI'CEIt, l'aaaalo
Si. j., u over iuu eorK oi t-aeu ooiue.
SOLD BY O. A. KLEIM.
this virz is on ntr. with
TDOWELL & rHtSMAN
J. V. Advertlslna Agenti,
r KiM A CMUTHUT IU.. ST. tOWl,.lr.
dwin Eastman in Indian Costnme,
Bmi akd Nisb VEir.sAnoo tub Oomaxchm
aud apaches, a neti Toiumtorouu pacts,
being a simple tlalemeDt of tba horrible facta
connected with tho ad massacre of a helpless
family, and the eaptlvltr, lor tores and animate
escape of Us two sarvtrio; members. For tale
bvnuf Sffpntii rpnerftll. Vrtm tl 00.
The Incidents of the masacre. brie fir narrated.
are distributed br agents, run of charge.
Ur. Eatman, oelni? atmoit constant! at the
West, eneagrd In gathering and coring the materl
ats of which the medicine It composed, the sole
baMnesa management dcYolTcsapon Dr. Johneoi,
and the remedy has been called, and is known aa
1 Dr. Clark Johnson's
INDIAN BLOOD PURIFIER.
Price of Large Bottles ....... $1,00
Price o( Small Bottles 60
Itaid the rotnntar testimonials of etrsena whs
have been enred by the nse of Dr. Clark Jeauoa!
Indian Dlood Syrup, In your own Ticlnlty. ,
Testimonials of Cures.
i tv 1 -vv.
' JOHNSOK S xj
INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP
Laboratory, 77 W. 3 J St., New York City,
late or jBRSirr cttt.
TnADE Ml It It.
The Bost Bemcdy Known to Uan !
Dr. Clark Johnson having associated himself
with Mr. Edwin Eastman, an escaped captlve.long
stare to Wakamctkla, llio tnt'dlclne man of the
Coininchen, is now prepared to lend his aid In the
Introduction of the wonderful remedy of that tribe.
l no experienced .nr. jianiman Demi? Bimuario
that of Mra.Chas. Jonea andean. of Waahlnpton
Co.. Iowa, an acconnt of whone aatferlnga were
thrllliDuly narrated In the A'no York Herald ot Dee.
K.Ui. 1UT8, ttu facta of which aro bo widely
known, under) dearly parallel, that bat little men
tlon of Mr. Mailman a experlcneea will be rlren
hero. They aro, howerer. publlahed In a neat vol
ume of UOQ paces, entitled. "Screnand Nine Yean
Amonff tbo Co man c tea and Apachea,' of which
mention will bo made hereafter. Bufllce tt to lay.
that for several years. Mr. IUatman, while a cap
t'fe, was compelled to gather the root a, Kama.
larlvf( herbs and berries of which Wakametkla'a
medicine waa made, and Is still prepared to pro
l$a the 8AMB materials for the saccefo,l intro
duction of tho medicine to the world; and aiaarei
thu public that tho remedy U the aame now if
when WakamctkU compelled him to make It.
Wakametkla, tho Medicine Man
Nothlne has been added to the medicine and
nothing has been taken aw ay. It U without doahl
the Best PuntriEH of tbe Ulood and Kixiirn of
the Stbtim ever known to man.
Tbla Syrup po&ecsMtd arled properuea.
It acta upon tlio river
It act upon tho Kidneys,
It regulate tlio llou cU.
It purllle tho Ulood.
It quirt thf Nertoiin Sretem.
It nrmnutcH I)l;pKtiiii.
It nuurlkhce. Mrcnutliena and Invtar
It carries o IT tlio old bloodatidmaJiet
It open tlio pore of tho nklii. and
It neutralize the hereditary taint, or notion In
tho blood.whkb reneratva Scrofula, Kryaihela. and
an manner in vkiii (lisfcnKCHunu interna, nuiuori.
There aro nnitiriti rninluvL'J In It innnnfirtiiT
and It can be takin by the most delicate babe, or
by the aged and ftetk, ear only txuig rtqwtd ue
Would not be Without it.
Itenton. Columbia countr. Va.
Iear Mr: 1 have used 10'ir excellent Indian
ulood svitui anu nave receiveu mucn oeneni tuere-
Iroin. J could not get along without it.
Never Fails to Cure.
Enst riinon. Wvnmtnir Co. Pa.
Dear .Sir: I was sick for three jear. and under
professional treatment most of the time without be- I
Idj; benefited, At last I was Induced to try jour
INDIAN tIIOOP tSVKUr UQU UllCTU bllurL ITKU. 1 1UUUU
my sol I in better neaitn tuan l noa rxen ror mx j e&rs.
Sure Cure for Liver Complaint.
Itohrsburtr. Columbia Co. Pa.
Dear Hlr : This Is to cert.lv that your Indian
iiLOUunYKuriias ueeu useu uy mu. lur utcrwum-
I DlalnL which had been troubllatr me for a lontr time
I I derived more benellt from the use of tbe Syrup
than from any otner medicine, l nearuiy recom
menu it, ana a aviso an sunerera to give u a inai.
li 1 BUI LIU
Losa of Appetite.
ItohrsburL' Col umbla county Pa.
Dear Sir I have used rour excellent INDIAN
Hloou Syrdp for Lous of ADDetlte and Weakness of
I the MinmacS. with verv beneilclil results. I believe
I your medicine to bo tbe fjreatest blood purifier
known, and advise all who may be sutTerlDtf as I was
i to give u a speeay inau
jutd. ju Avery
Pains in ShouIderH.
ItrhrBburtr. Columbia county, Fa.
Dear Sir: This H to certify tbat vour Indian
ltLoon Svrl-p has L'reatlv relieved me of 1'alna la Hip
Hboulder and Cbest, which I had been afflicted with
for years. 1 recommend It very highly.
jurs. Jiary rt eiau.
(it arflaD. Columbia County. Pa.
Dear t-lri Vv Father has been aunYrlQir with
Kldnpv L'omnlafnt for a lonir lime and bad been un- I
Ider doctors' treatment, but the doctors could not I
effect a cure I have been subject to a Numbness I
and weakness Id mv Left Arm. we obtained some I
of your inva'uablfl Indian Vuood Stbcp I rom your I
Aent. Wm, II. Potter, and It has cured mv father I
completely, and my arm Is much better. It does not I
i irouoieme nan so inucu. our lueuic-inc 10 cAtci
lent, . .
Hear (Ian. Columbia county. Pa.
rwar sir: This la to certify that 1 nurchased snie 1
of our Indian htxxyu Kykui for my wife for Intla-1
maiinn una rcinam vuiupiuiui, uuu iv una kil-u uvr i
j & uerner
Heat Medicine Ever Used.
Itear Oan. Columbia county. Pa.
Dear Kir !Vv little son was troubled with his I
j water pastdnp from htm constantly, day and night, I
1 IU1 BUItftl IWU UUCtAIJS UUU KUD U1II1 UlUUil'iUB, Ulll I
without effect Ittougbt some ot our celebrated I
Indian Ulood Syrup, a short trial ot which, cured I
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Numlda. Columbia County. Pa.
DearStr: For many v ears my wtf was afflicted I
! with Dyspepsia, and wo spent considerable money I
I without receiving benellt. We procured some of I
i our Indian Ulood Hvrup and she beiran to Improve I
in nttuiu irum iuu niuc euo wutruv;ru im unr.
Centralla. Columbia Co. Pa.
Dear Sir : This la tocerllfy that 1 was unwell and I
could scarcHy attend to my work, I think my liver I
j was affected. 1 procured some of your Indian Ulood I
I KvRt'r and now. alter a shoit trial, feel likeanewl
man, I recommena iu us.e to an.
Dytipepna and Neuralgia.
Hvde Park. Luzerne Co.. Pa.
Dear Hlr: Your valuable Indian Ulood svkcp ha
. effected a permanent euro In mv case. I had been I
afflicted with the Dyspepsia and Neuralgia, but am
I nun euurtriy wrii.
.mtb. juiiu i uurniou,
Bilious Stomach Cured,
Ilvde Park. Luzerne Co.. Pa.
Dear H'r : I bae been troubled with ltlllous
Complaint and by the use of our Indian Ulood I
bykup U nas eueciuauy uuieu uio,
John N Williams.
H,do Pari. Luzerne Co . Pa.
Dear Sir t Vouraluable Indian Ulood avurt has I
Mrs. S II Adkins.
Hyde Park. Luzerne Co . Pa.
Dear Mr il have been troubled with Livurrom.
plaint, but I was permanent! cured by using jour I
Mrs. Q P iiwULcgune.
w k wasA mils. a
5 wfiiW I
II SSi)(WB II
2 IfcisM S
i;a-IWrT.iT " - "Tit f l.A.'SUaHIIUamBBWVr ' '.71 . III II II t
BLOOM SB URG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NOltMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rev. D. J. WALLER, Jr., A. M., Principal.
THIS SCHOOL, u at present constituted, oners the
Uulldlnifs Bpactous, invuini; ana commoaious ; uuiiiiut'ifij uuuic-u oiuum, ncn .i.-ut.mw.u, i.bUM.u VJ uu.u.u.d..u r
'PLocatlonthranhtul. nnu ca.?y ot access. Toachers experienced, cniclent, and alive to their work. Discipline, firm but kind, uniform and thoroufn. Kxpensct
moderate. Kitty cents a week deduction to all expecting
uourses or Biuay prescriueu uj iuu dww i
I. Model School. II. Preparatory. III. Klemenlary. IV, (Jiamcal.
Adjunct Courses ! I Academic. II. Commercial. III. Coure in Mmlc. IV. Course in Art.
rm. Mionfifl.onrt ri.ieni i:oure9
corresrndlnK Iiegrees ; Master or tlio Klementa : .Master of the Sciences i Master ot tue Classics, uraduales
t'PLS1?.'.,"!,'! SJ?,?i, iKV'L and Classical courses aro not Inferior
The Statereaulresa "wirhcr order of citizenship. Thotlraes rteiiandlt. It U ono of the prime , objects of this School to help to secure it, by "rnlslilnK iniem
irent and efflcient Teachers for her Schools. Tolhlsendlt solicits younif persons ot good abilities and good purpose8,-thoso who deslro to Improve their time
fEdtnelrtSent aid In developing their powers, andabundant opportunities for well paid labor after lea lng school. For
I catalogue, aaares. iuu itiuciihi.
HON. WILLIAM LLWliLL, l'rr.lilrnt Hoard
Sept. S, '7.-
But como at once and look through the largest stock of
IN THE COUNTY.
IP WE CANNOT SUIT IN
SELL YOU THE CLOTH,
TAKE YOUR MEASURE,
AND MAKE YOU A 8UIT IN
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
SOLD BY THE YARD.
Now selling at the
RELIABLE STORE OF
ENDORSED BY OVER
MACHINE EXHIBITORS AT THE
AND INTERNATIONAL. EXHIBITION,
Ai fctlng " Very STRONG, SMOOTH, and
April 18, 19-ly
I MONTH miarflnti Hrt. tlfl n rtuv I
at home mode by tbe Industrious.
Capital not required t we will Btart 1
vnn Utun w run on hfiTH nnrl avlrla 1
make money raster at work for us
than flrjanvthlntr else. Th wnrk in
I Is lit and pleasant, and such as anyone con j,-o
it at. Those wno are wise wno Bee mis notice
send us their uddressea at once and sfl tar
themsel ves. Costly outfit and terms free. Now is the
uuie. i uoBe aireauy at vtvrit utv ibiiuk up large
Address TJtUK &
.Winer's Safe Kldnej and Urer Cure.
(fbrmirlti Dr. CVtrio'i fVavy Curt.)
X verelable prrparatlon and lb. vnlr um
rr.rn.rdjr Id u. world ror Briibl'. Hbeur.
...hL'SaS.0i?i CM '" W""
U. cur. or ItrlibC. and th. otbrr
WARNER'S SAFE BITTERs!
ItUth.Uit man Parian', and aUmoJaua
.T.rr ruaetlOD to mora bealthAU MUoo. aad
U Ibua a tuntfll In all dlaeaaea. '
II curnacrarulaaw and olbcraklm En.
Clou, and D hmh Inrluilln T
OaaiatlavUw. DtamlaiM, Urrral awbli;
V, !;.. at. curia or in. MIm Bitten. It U
"d")?.'4." mu PPUaer and tejular tonic.
Bsltlai or two alwa l prlcea. ao. and B1.0U.
WARNER'S SAVE NIBUINP
anlcklr aiTM leal and IIh. to tb aoir.rliir.
rure. flMulMh. and N.atralaTlaw pitvenu
trtloai broosbi on br .xctailTO dnnk. over
work, mental abocka, and otb.r cauaaa.
Powiitrul aa II la to atop pain and aootb. dlt.
torbyd Ncrre.. II dit.i Injun, lb. iJiKm,
wnctb.r taken In amall or lara. doaea.
4Mun oi two aiaee ; price., nee. and fl.OO.
WARNER'S SAFE PILLS
Am AD txnmfrdleiLa nA .Hie. .iimnii.a tv
ttusev, MaUiU, rvtr
4Va4 ifW, ftOd SbbUld
b usd wbeuevrr tho
bowtU do not opersts
frwly nd rvruUrly.
la .tAtw nik MtlM ..k
trU tft U. A
IWrr't IUA tUa4LM sr
M Drciiu a DaavWra
U 4UUa 117 bar.
H. H.Warner & Co.,
EOOHESTKB, H. Y,
Fa III CD.
Tbli rcnurVkbla mti
tin will curt Spkvlni,
bpUnt, Curb, Ctlloui. lc.
vt mjr ealnunt, su4
will tmoa ibt truncli
without blistering or rtui
icf of- No ttintdf
tf nt dltcoTcrcd cquslt ii for
cctlslutj ofsctlain In ilop
DtDaT lh UmtDtlt SDd II
lnaTttat.unrh. VrlraSlUL Kand fuf lllu
ftUd cirrulat i1b doiIiIm Dtaat. avnd VOUT
I tiMjtii utai'i tdditt. ICastd All's MpsV
mlm CJrU tsU b Drsulill. r
J, f LliwUUInlrb Alav' m
Uni, p it r, 1 1 rv .LLVaavBaTr
XI U ME. inuuairil .laavYX
1 , by .ysiwo AtRBXjw
m I -W dll. -aaWaWaW
r I I'J
very m rac, ues ror '2!ff!.Xa,XX2?2i 'SSVuw hn,,i,i .v of nure.soft
to leacu. Biuacnisnamiiieuawauyiiuie. jmomarcouiTcu iiiotu.
are I'li'JfKSSIoyAL. and Htudents eraduatnir therein, leceivo state Diplomas, conierrins ihuiouuiii
Hats, Caps, &c.,
For Men and Boys,
Pretty suits for little boys,
Cheap suits for Men,
Trunks, Satchels, Bags, &c.
Gum Clothing, &c.
HAlJUFACTUKED at :
MOUNT HOLLY, N.J.
'AWARDED I NEW YORK J.. BOSTON,
ORNAMENTAL IRON FENCES.
and Public Grounds.
The followlnsr shows the Picket Gothic, one of the
several beautiful style, ot Fence manufactured by
Vfir TLxAMtV nnri llitralatlltv thou ira iirmnrnDitarl
rut up by eipertenced bands, and warranted to
Prices and Spocimens of other Designs
sent to any address.
S- 3VC. HESS,
July 18, lt-m
TIIE JOHNSON ItF.VOLVINO
talo of Iron, beautifully ornO'
inented. Adjustable aholvea.
C'ap and atrou, Cuimol Ktt
out ot order. Four alzes. Bend
for complete circular aud prtco
list. Bend evnts for our new
Illustrated Cataloguo ot Hchool
Merchandise. Evtty Atrcnt .r
Teachrr ttould have it.
JJAKEH, JjBATT ft CO.,
Huuirten for all School Suppllei,
lit A Kt GUAND STBEL'T, NEIT I0BK.
Kept in. ly
Iouiaauu,aTetdsUmalaauaad ut. .mt
It fa. are a man of leaten, tolllni orer roar mtflnlaeH
work, to teatora hrafn una and vaste. Sa
wyotisMfounf sod aufferior from urlBdUcratkm
oa a Ud ot ilckntu. rtl j oo
WDMttriflll IM hlM. m a. mTTm
tut liiinVn ri.'v.i.".'::,v;:r'.
athnalallo, without (nloiwju'V. uko
n" J.9.a.rP'Ptt Wm or vrinarv cvmrLUt. dU.
M iwmacji. ooireit, eiood, liter
ou win m cured if yon um
limply wesk and low splritrTur ltl Da
IniUtuponlt. Your druggist kerpclU
You will K d..M mTZ. "
I ailit 11 twin
ll Hirure yparUfp
' " - ew .UM HHHU rVfl
IIab (Vwarh tiu la lk U1 - - i . J a . a . .
iu iu icSkTk. u7 2riSZir S;JSS!2l
ata at e a . . ' aMinnUU,
P-tC.il ss sLmIbU tvU!rrtiUbU im tW
V. Course in Pliyical Culture.
In tho other Courses receive .Normal certincoic
to those ot our best Colleges.
P. 1. UUiMYCIt, secretary.
Weaver & Go's. Ada
$2500 A YEAR VchaotlolcEtthlnror
EcnH. ocr SWoccnts aro now making from
to S 1 ft" n ilny. Semi ptamp for particulars. Atlilrcsa
A(OW HKIIALU. B01 II, Philadelphia, Pa.
who nimwrr this
Addreee AGENTS' HKRALIj, Jiox It, HdlacUlplili.
AGENTS! READ THIS!
We will pay Agents a salary or nlltyfra larm com
mission to bcII ntir new and wondcrrul 111"
votitloti. Wo menu wlmt wo naj.
tf hainplc frrc
AOUN'lh' linitALT). not II. Philadelphia, Va.
APCUTC f'rnllll ulM-MiiM.llHtrt-clllnc
AUMllO plctorlil SiibscrlVllon Ilooka
urnwrrn wi jsiuich
J.oa no tliM, as tbo
nHiuiiu aemnntS is
limply intnunte, and ter
ritory being npldly tal
11L oiitmll anr
Tbo grcati t onportKiJtr ever offcrt-d
to nnraotiH out oT etiimovment or who dt
elro to add tJ tin Ir Iticomo by cngtigiDgJa an hon
orable and proiliublo buulness. Price re
duced frnm 10 Id W pi-r cent. Address
AUCNlb liatALI), lloxB, Philadelphia, Pa.
fc T T J T V XJt Ware at Jflanuftic
0AJUI V SIMM. turcr !ot l'rlces.
The utter wortbleeKncfs of tlio stuff advertised by
a namber of firms In Kc.v York, Cincinnati and
Jloston.rompcli t ho v orld-rcnow ncd Tremont Spoon
Co.. of Philadelphia, to offer every ono sample sets
of their Vcy Hect W arcs at prices much lower than
any Jcwcter payt for them at wimtcsalc. We make
this offer for a ehort time eimply to Introduce our
Tho -IIoNo)f and "Ollvo" llrands
Plated AVaro sent at following rated : Tea
fpons, 31.00 doz.; TaUetpoons, JiWj Forks,
fJOO; Uutti Knives, $1,731 Kaar Hhclls, $1.75;
Phted fcteel Knives, S';.73; Tipped (icrman
Silver TablcNponiiN, ?2.i0: 'lcaspoons, $1,60;
11 U I II il, H, 'I'ablcfpunii, $i.50; Tc.lppuoiis,
81,40. O'uxls rent prepaid on receipt of money or
TItEMONT SPOON1 CO., Jox H, Philadelphia. Ta.
Sample by Mall For 25 Cents.
They are made Just like any
Sood Caster, pood Hrltannla
letal, irooil tilasH and llottles.
Krery Agent can easily sell
SS grot or these perfect
Toys, before Christmas. Just
the article for Connterhtnresf
Agents and Street men. 1 do
cenby EtpreMfl.&O. 1 grois
by ExpreKs f 14.00. Wt also
have a Collapsing Cup, whlca
telescopes together and can
be carried in let Pocket.
Sample by Mall It'ie. 1 doien
byKxpress $2,t&, 6 doz. by
Expresi.S24.00. All the above
goods aro novel, attractive,
highly polished and will aeU
rapldlr. Address plalaljr.
IIoi II, l'Mladtlphla, Pa.
dec 9 3m
W fukrasUa U Is ttcrj , Kattwri sol f haw 1m f iu4.
s or tew tjt t ply rooutl. It lti iBiunt rtltef, nd cur tb
(iiotittiroule cmtti, lo froni ei la tbrm rka, Ifuacd s.atlrvrt
4. I alimlard iiuRitr r t tlmpulsli ran be rttcu If dr.irti),
t-Bl kit uk la a trial, U routiuca Ibat It will our when all
filacr iiitana fea fallrd. Sold Ij all dtalra In nicdlrliiaa. !
neni (rr tioiilc nt Trre as renlpt af trie, by
JACOB WALTZ.Grneral agent for l. H and Cana-Us
130 FrftDklln St., lUltlmore, Md.
Ill aulaba trad nuk and lUnaAura afDf. J. W. n.
ot Cancer, Tutnura. Ulcera.
vltliout tho ubooI knlfd or loss of blood anil little
pain, for Information, circulars and references,
ftddnta Ur. i l 1'O.NL), Aurora, Kano Co., 111.
J w & CO.
1 Hm s P4 4lffHajr f'm al elban, is
aa-akap, wits Rair-Adioitiat hajl
U aMhtr, Ufu LiMlf (, all miuom
Ua. II U.MT,.gr.l,l.an4'l.,lr.'aut, ...n. C.ul.r,
Eggleatoo Truss Co., Chicago, III.,
sept. 19, 1Q-iy, 3 w & co.
Q ON SUMPTION
can be cured by the continued um of o$raunsCod
Ll.erollandLacto PhOHphate of Uue, n cure for
Consumption. Coughs Colds, A Minna, itronchltts.
and allhcrtfulous dUeases. Ask your drutrglstfor
u&uiuu a Htm iub.ii uu omer, ir ne nas not. goi it,
i mn bciiu i uuiuo ttuywuero on receipt ui ?i
bend for circular. ciiah. a. (ismun.
13 uoenth Avenue, New York,
1 BarrtUd thtt
for tba mgntjr,
ytamti, Iltlt, Miojc Unttm, tlu-r 4aji slid
It nit iutirh, a ho our i fit-trait l itritttirku
(ui llluilrsit.(l Cstslvtjusj ait'l 1'iic Luu l
JAMES DOWN & SONS,
Iat.rprlia Osd Worki, J.io A- 13H ll oail St.,
rMTAUUhUiuibii. nrisui nutt, v.u
dec 5-3m &co
CU11ED l'romptl and Krinanently,
1 aeud a boltlu of my celebrated rem.
rdy, wltha uluable treatise on this
disease, Ireo to all suff erera v bo send
am mcir r. o. ana hi press addreas.
Dr. II. u. Hour, Mo. 1S3 1'carl St. New York,
nov ll-gm aiu
A at has m4 UrwiwIiUls
:na-T a tout wn noma ftj
s licalioit laimr Uses direct
to tbsdussss. A relULls
urtitintint, HattlitkCLlun iuu.
'Iittkrl. II..N 1'a.tH..a
est on triavl. to Lu ratiirai.! an.T
inousy rtfuoJe4 if awl ssUfa-
lr. f T i fit iniurinaiiuH tva
Ur.ii IlUMU IUIC'INUCU.,
S. W.Cor.l'jUi & Area, lWs.fa.
Nov, ltl. 79.-17
M. C. SLOAN & BRO.
Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Sleighs
FULTFOIUI WAGONS, to.
Itnt-ctaai vorqalwara onana.
ItKrAIIUMa NHATLV PONK.
PrWtt r4a'4 to lull IM UiaM.
!. w- - -- --- - - - " J
mn iHn nrniRiF.
ii I u n iu iibkinwaHi i
Tin SAsroiiD's Lrrcn JimaoiUTon!
J Is n StnnJaril Family llomolJ Vor r !
S dlseiwcs of tho Liver, Stomach
fnndBowela. It J
Vegetable It nover
.Debilitates It U
i uivcr i
has been ub d,
' in mv uracticaS
d bT tho liubli." 2
mow than flR vrnrn. 5
with unprecedented results.
ran pop circular. !
S. T.W. SlIPflBD. H.D.. L" JSSiSWAT.
f 1IIDS10CUT WlLtTlLtTOCITSBII'lTUlciV. J
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
WINTER TIME TABLE.
On and after Sunday, Juno 29, 1879. tho tri
on tbe rmiadcipma s Krio ita iroaa umsiouwui
Erie Mall leaves Philadelphia 115pm
" ' Ilarrlsburt; 4 SO am
" " Wllllam'port s 85 a in
" Jersey Shore 0 07 a m
" Lock Ilavcn to a m
i Ririve &t Krie 7 63 d m
Niagara Express leaves Philadelphia swam
iianisuuiK 11 u u ui
' arr. at Wllllatnsport lupra
' Lock Haven s 60 p rn
Fast Line leaves Philadelphia 11 r0 am
' Ilarrlsburg s 85 p m
" arrive at Wllltamsport IS5 p m
" " Lock Haven 8 40 p m
Pacific Express leaves Lock Haven 7 00 a m
' Hllllamsport 816am
arrive at 1 larrlsbunr 11 OS p m
" " Philadelphia S40pni
Day Express leaves
" " Lock Haven 11 so a m
" ' WlMamsport U40pm
" arrive at Ilarrisburc 4 10 p ni
Philadelphia 7 80pm
Brio Mall leaves Renovo 8opm
" Lock Haven 9 60pm
" " WUllanisport 1110 pm
" arrives at Ilarrlsburz s 45 a m
" " Philadelphia 7 00am
Fast Line leaves Wllllamsport 11 86 a m
" arrives at Harrlsburir 8 60 am
11 ' Philadelphia 7 40 am
Erie Mall west and Dav Exbreas East make close
connections at Northumberland with L.& 11. K. It.
trains ror WUkesbarre and Scranton,
Erie Mall West. Nlasara Exuress West and Fast
Line West mako close connection at WUUomsport
with N. C. K. W. trains north. .
Ntairara ExDreas West and Dav Exrjress East
make close connectlun at Lock Haven with 11. E.V.
II. R. trains.
Erie Mall cast and West connect at Erie with
trains on L. S. a M. S. II, R. s at Corry with O. c. fi
A. V. R. It ! at Emporium with B. N. Y. P. IU K.
and at Driftwood with A. V. lu IU
Parlor cars will run between PhllalclDhla and
WUlamnrjort on Niagara Kxnresa west, and Dav Ex
press Kasu SleeplnaT cars on all night trains.
Yin. A. unLunin,
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY
Oq and after November 80th. 1873. trains will leave
8unbury as follows :
Erie Mall 6.S0 a. m arrive Elmlra 11 .6
" Canandalgua... 3.86 p. m
Rochester 6.16 "
Niagara s 40 '
Renovo accommodation 11.10 a. m. arrive Williams.
port u M p. m.
Elmlra Mall 4.15 a, m., arrlvo Elmlra lo.su a. in.
BuSalo Express 7.16 a. m. arrlvo Buffalo 3.60 a. i
Buffalo Expreoa 1.50 a. m. arrive Harrtsimn;
Elmlra Mall 11.15 a. m., arrive Hairlbbnr i.r.o
" WushlnKtoii ..j 8'
" Baltimore .j
burg 10.50 p. m.
Erie Mail 19.56 a. m. arrive Harrlsburg a la u. w,
" Baltimore 8.m "
" Washington 10.36 '
All dally exoept Sunday.
D. H. BOYD, Jr., General Passenger Aged
A. J. CASSATT, General Manager
pHILADELPHA AND READING ROAD
ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER
May il, 1879.
TB1IX9 HiVl BUPIKT AS FOLLOWS(8CKDlTXXCirTID
For New York, Philadelphia, Reading, FottavUle
Tamaqua, ic, 11,45 a. m
For Catawlssa, 11,46 a. m. 1,S1 and 7,85 p. m.
For Wllllamsport, e, sa 9,05 a. m. and 4,06 p. m.
Taiixs roa acriiv liiti aa roixowg, (spkdit ix
Leave New York, 8,45 a. m,
Leave Philadelphia, ,,46 a. m.
Leave Reading, 11,66 a. m., Pottsvllle, 11,89 p. m
and Tamaqua, 1,85 p. m.
Leave Catawlssa, 0,10 8,50 a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
Leave Wllllamsport ,,tJ a.m.1,16 p. m. and 4,60 p. m
Passengers to and from New York and Philadel
phia go throug a w ithout change of cars.
J. E. WOOTTEN,
C. O. HANCOCK,
General Ticket Agent,
Jan.n, WI u.
DELAWARE. LACKAWANNA ANU
Time-Table No. S9, Takes efTect at 4:30 A. M
MONDAY. JUNE 10. 1878.
NORTH, i STATIONS. I SOUTH.
a IMirelv.eSaws.' waa
a-aaeBl asaer B. .a.
ni U B aVV. aaaWlTa
p.m. p.m. a.m.
so 4 ll a 44
a 17 a 87
a is a 80
8 58 I 61 a 11
8 61 8 44 1 19
8 45 8 41 B 14
8 83 3 80 t 04
8 13 8 10 8 44
8 18 8 90 8 55
8 11 8 11 8 47
8 04 3 04 8 89
I 61 9 51 8 48
7 88 189 8 17
I 81 1 84 8 IS
7 15 9 18 8 04
7 01 1 04 7 44
t 65 1 67 7 88
5 60 1 61 1 83
4 46 1 44 T 99
17 1 17 1 11
00 1 00 1 45
p.m. p.m. a.m.
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1 88 t 40
1 44 t 45
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2 63 t 63
9 67 8 69
8 15 7 10
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8 15 7 95
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8 88 7 41
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,, west intaion,
.... Avondale ....
, Berwick ....
10 66 8 60 8 S3
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4 10 8 63
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4 99 7 93
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11 5 1 4 63 8 55
11 61 6 00 8 60
11 18 6 18 8 11
9 18 9 61
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it. uaLQiaau, duul.
Superintendent Office, Scranton, June lo, 1919,
yAINWRIGHT & CO.,
Ti AS, SYItura, COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES,
xtot, sricii, IIC1JI tost, to., to.
N, E. Oi rnei Second and Arch ttmta,
lar-OrsUJl will recti ri pro apt atttiUaa.