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BtBOMSBURa COLttilBIA ttOTj'NTY, PA.'
THE COLUMBIAN AND DEM6ckAT,
lliniioliiliiifiili l'avorlily Mrntlnnrd.
The wniM U full of t1Unininimtiit,
mill it In ovcrllowii witli Mont icnlllks.
Many iitonrVel jiillow nt tiiulit lirtji Iwtn
tin? resting place (if joy In the morning.
Many u t im-iti of nudum 1ms licOn tlio
antl ('liainl)i't' of ,Ii:ii1iiosh riilur tlian
tlreatus over lirouglit it Many a lit of
Mckitoai has been a renewing of Ijfo's
great policy, and from many a grave.
iiiih lliuro gono into the wothl again, a
frcMjd nnd loving heait,-tromliing with
iU own silence Willi the nign of some
tlUtuiit dove bringing a new leaso of
life -a chunicr of joy with dmiwn and
repining omitted. "Many a cold wind
lias blown away the heart, miivin!i,tliuugh
its blast piped right mcrrilj for : time,
and wo trembled at tho 'lorm which
brought us the nun. We nro all born to
troiibld. In every hMrt w a safo-vOod
know? where tlio key i.v In Jvcry heart
is Homo ticeret of life or death. In tlio
lito of every man, morn, noon and night
are marked with ilk'iiiimiiittiicntii. It is
the grave of events from wiiich spring
and grow vigorous deeds. 1'eaee lol
lows war as shadows follow the sun. The
thicker the iou tho dceiicr must have
been tho water. The longer lasts tin
winter, tho more rapidly enmes tho sun
which starts anew tho frozen current
Dbappolnuteuts are tho lessons of life
They aro its dark background which sets
forth tho 'moU lasting and beautiful pic
tures. Life is a forest. In it arc dead
trees and living ones. Tho ono gives
shade let in rest under their branches.
mw makes tho heart better. Disap
pointments renew our lo.'o. 'I ho lu.p -d-cil
river stops not forever, hut tinds
a new current, and like tho llshing of
his anger, rushes on with now force.
AVhat if you havo been disappointed!
Others havo been. All may look cold
to-day it will not so look to-morrow.
Tho deepest sorrows hnvo brought the
choicest hlessings--the sickness of hope
proved tho convalescence of joy. Nov
or givo up. Never say fail! Never bo
discouraged. Failure is the servant and
success ot the child of cfTort. Look up.
Look to tho future of thisilife; to tho
coming ono. Your heart may bo tho
cemetery of a thousand disappointments
there is room yet for leaty-boughed
success to spring from and around every
grave, making tho blessed future, a laby
rinth bowers a wilderness of joy
an oceau of prosperity a heaven of
A Wnrkingmmi : 'Debt, poverty anil
nift'erinR hunted me for years, caused by a
ick family nnd largo bills for doctorinp-,
which did noenod. I was completely dis
ouraged, until one year ago, by the ndvice
ot my pastor, i procured nop uiuer aim
coramem ed their use. and iu one monlh we
were all well, and none us have btou sick
a day since: and I want to say to all po
men, you can keep your families well a yenr
with Hop Bitters for lesi taan one doctor
visit will cost.' Chrufian Advocate.
Advnntaces of Poverty.
The advantages attached to poverty in
most religions are sumcionuy uoiuuuum.
Tho four leadimr orders of Franciscans,
Dominicans, Augustines and Carmelites
aro all of them orders ot heggars. aim
Beranger calls the Gospel to witness the
truth of his assertion that they arc a hap
py people. Their pleasures aro at length
described bv tho picturesauo writers of
Spain, by tho sago who calls their life a
boneless morsel, a chain of delights j and
by Hrotne, in his "Jovial Crew, or Heg
gars' Chorus," in which their happiness
is preferred to that ot kings. And
thero bo still any person with soul bo
dead as to ba' incapable of amnecinting
at a hich value a condition of life which
is sweetened by pleasure and made noble
by art and religion; if there bo anv one
't.- ; i. . ..
WHO IS pel V erBU council IU uuuamvi nimn
a state distinguished" less by glory than
disgrace, let him look to cure his folly.as
tho Israelites looked at tho. nrazen ser
pent, on tho names of those great beg
gars traced by Time's finger in golden
letters on tho wide walls ot tho world,on
tho names of philosopher, general and
poet, on tho names Diogenes, Uelesarius
Messr. Elv Bros.. Ditipeists. Oweco
N. Y. To your inquiries regarding our sales
of ' ('ream Halm' tor (Jiuarrh, llay Pever,
i&o., I will pay tnat it has by its superior
merits nearly supplanted the use of iilher
like remedies with mv customers aid
constantly aud rauidlv inert rsinir in ap.n
Tlmueli oiitiosed to recnmmetnlluir patent
medicines as a olaff, I make this cue of a
few (xcent ions, aud fiff.r it to my fiienn
aod customer as the best remedy fur il
nurnoie tbutl have cvcrsnld. V. A. Con
over, Druggist, Newiuk. N. J.
My son, aged nine years, wes afflicted
with Catarrh: tho uso of Ely's Cream Balm
effected a complete cure. W. E. Hammnn
Dmggitt, Eastou, I'a.
It is sometimes questioned hy mer
chants whether advertising pays. The
Question will hardly bear discussion in
the light of the following facts, tales for
transient aavertisemems oemg ngurvu
Tho Chicago Tribune, it is said, for
column a year receives 20,000: tlio Now
lork JlcralU receives tor its lowest-
priced column $89,72:1, and fortho liigli
est $318,000; tlio New York Tribune for
its lowest $29,701, for its highest $.',
CIS; and these papers aro nover at a loss
for advertisements to till their columns
Their patronage comes not from any do
sire to assist tlio respective paper, but
from business men who find it profitable
to advertise. Jlochester CnioH.
Kighty-Five Dollars host.
"You don't toll me our biuliand Uuy
and about again, and entirely cured by m
pimple a medicine as Parkers Ginger Tunic?
"Yes, indeed, I do," t-nid Mrs. Bel jsniin to
lier Inquiring neighbor, and that too when
wn hid loolialily faid eighty.five dollars in
doctor's bills and pretcriplions, and atter lit
had beeu given tin by bis physicians to die,
Now my husband feels bh well as fvu, en
linly turwl by this ixcellent Tonic.'1 And
icany a t-lrk ninn mlghi be well iu a week I
they" would only try it.
Easy on Itellglon,
The bridogrooui of a Wnukegan wed
ding was a llaptist aud tho brido was a
Methodist. Thoy had agreed that imme
diately after tho ceremony they would
decide by chance which would embrace
tlio other's religion. Theplliciating cler
gyman declined to toss up a cent, partlv
becnuso he would not countenance such
a proceeding, and partly becausp,beiug a
Methodiit, ho might bo accused of fraud
if the brido won. The' brido herself fi
nally throw the coin and lost. When
she went to join tlio UaptiBts, however,
they rejected her because sho did not be
licve iu eloso communion. That dis
pleased tho husband and ho went over
with her to tho Methodists.
With every exeition tho best man can
do only u moderate amount of good; but
it seems iu the power of tho most con
temptible individual to do incalculable
Ayer's Ague Cure is uo infulllble euro for
Fever u J Ague In all Hi forms The pro
prietor! warrant itaud their word Is u good
U.Sl.feood. Try It.
Take Car or Willv
In the House of Lords. Lord 11 roil
gham once mentioned two souiowhat re
markahlo facts, showing tlio necessity of
having a vale place lor the depository oi
wills. Tho lirst ease was ono In which
ono of hif noble friends, in heir-at-law,
lost, nud another of his noble frieuds,as a
devisee, gained, i;il),000 a year How
tlio first lost it, and the last gained it, was
by a will being found in a rusty old box
in an old travelling carriage, and which,
therefore, might have been naturally lost
by accident or destroyed from ignorance.
'I he second case was one, also, in which
soino of It's noble friend were concerned
and the sum in question was no less than
Z 1(10,001). This sum would havo lieoh
entirely lost to the purpose for which it
intended, it the inquiries relative to tho
existence of a will with respect to it had
oeen instituted in'tho winter instead ot
in tlio summer. Tho will was searched
for everywhere, but could nowhere bo
found, until nt last it was discovered in
a grate, and stuffed like a piece ot waste
.. .1 .1. .1... I !f . I 1 1
iu per uitimmi inu iiarss ii ii. 1 1 : i iicen
winter instead ol summer, iu all probab
llity when tho lire had been lighted i
would have been destroyed.
It docs not make any difference how fo
vern the cane of billtousderangeinent Is, Sim
mons' liiver Kegulntor will euro it speedily
and eirectually without salivation, or that
prostlatlonsnf the system ensuing from tlio
mo of drastic purgatives.
Vi there aro many spurious Imitations ot
this valuable medicine, take care you get the
'We have been selling your medicine for
tome time, nnd wo find it belter adapted to
tiin cure ot billout ntincfci than any otner
medicine wo have ever ued or sold. Janic
M. Ueasley & Co., Mumiolla Ark.'
A Man of Nerve
A thrilling accident occurred at the
American Iron Works, in l'lttsbnrg,
recently. While Cohort Moore was at
work at his rolls his catcher failed to
sei.o with his tongs a barot red hot iron
which had been laced between tho roll
ers. The iron twisted itself thrico around
tho roll, forming a 'collar.' The catcher
struck tho iron, when there flew oil a
piece in the shape ot a ring, with a stem
twenty inches long running off at right
angles to the circle, l no nanu new duck
and fell around Mooro's head, resting on
ills shoulders. Quick as thought ho
grabbed the long stem with his tongs and
the while hot ring with his hand, and
with steady nerve and gentle movement
lifted tho ticry thing from his shoulders.
llis Jaco was badly burned, ana thonesn
of his hand was cut into the bone. After
tho iron had cooled he put the ring over
What Everybody Wants.
It is a iileasaut. reliable medicine that
nnver docs am body anv barm, and nreveuts
nnd cures c'iseaso by keeping UieeWmacli in
per led order, the bowels tegular, anil me
kidneys and iiver active. Such a medicine
Is Parker's Ginger Tonic. It relieves every
rase, and we havo seen stacks of letters from
tliou'ands who have been taveu and cured
byil. See other column. Tribune.
A (laecr Kotnttn Custom.
There is an odd custom which is ob
served by all true ltomans, namely, the
eating or large beans on the 'M ot xsc
vcmber. The origin of this custom is
not known, but it is thought that in old
en times the dead were honored in May
instead of November, and that, as beans
were then in season, they formed pat t of
tho feast. Now, however, dried beans
have to be eaten, and, as every one does
not like that food, the Church allows im
itation beans. These are mado of sugar
and pastry, mado up in the shape ot and
called dead mens bones. J. ho very
name is sullicient to deter many from
partaking of this pastry, though it is
said to lie delicious, but the sight of a
human bone, even when being eaten by
tho prettiest, of mouths, is not pleasant.
Tho custom of placing these death-bones
on dining tables had the same origin as
that ot introducing skeletons at leijlivais
to remind tho guests that all were mor
tal, aud that it was best to einoy me
whilst they could.
Mica is now used in the soles of boots and
shoes. A thin layer is placed under the in
A Clock Made of llreni!.
Milan lias a curiosity in a clock which
is mado entirely of bread, Tho maker is
a Peruvian, a native of India, and has
devoted three years of his time to the
construction of this cnaiosity. He was
very poor, and, being without means to
purchaso tlio necessary metal, deprived
himself regularly of his daily bread,
which lie devoted to the construction of
this curiosity, eating tlio cnibt and sav
ing tho sost part for doing his work
Ho mado use of a certain' salt to solidih
liis material, and when tlio various pieces
were dry they weie perfectly hard and
insoluble to water. The clock is of re
spectable size, and goes well. The case
which is also of hardened hi end, display!
great talent in design and execution.
Neither Washington nor Jefferson
were specchmakers, audit is noticed that
their names are venerated and respected
A trump wuko up suddenly with u
cold pwial standing in great beads upon
his foiehead. " hats tho mattei; ask
ed his compnnion. "A frightful dream!
I d reamt I was at work.
lloatmen tiro kept tit each of the three
bridges at liomo to rescuo persons at
A suburban Paris dealer announced
that lie sold donkeys like his father.
PEItrSY DAVIS &
MRS. LYDIA H. PINKHAM.
or LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The I'oMHti Cn
For nil Fomnlo Complaints.
ThUrrtpAffttlon, M It hftrri tlgnlflrfl, rnnslrti ot
Vt aU&l0 rropei i IM lliat are LAtinles to tho tnt del
trat Invalid. Vimr'to trial tliontertti of tbh Com
KunJwKIIsivwi.Tiil Hlf ai relief I luuncdUtoi ml
VitiU II ' uvU i-tiiitliiiKtli la itlnvtr-iiluec'KlD ft hurt.
iit j. Oil luvuuut tifltipruvtnucrltfl, ltfto-drii
iuimnen.UitAuJiiew'i)bNltjr the U-tt i.h)itclaQ Iu
It lll cure rutlrrt tlio wort form of filling
ot tho iiterun, IxttoorrliaA, Irirtfiilnr nnd rxilnful
Mcnitni.ition(sllOTnrlonTroublcii, InflammAtlon and
Ulceration, FlwKlIn(fsaUl)Irilacfmenta atl ttia con
liientiitlnAlwra1tiieM,andta rfiivlaly adAtod t
V.to Change of Ufa, ItwUldhwolve and etrx-l tumon
f pnni tlio uterus In an rarly Btage c t dcTclojmpnt. T!ie
tj.iJv(iey tjranccroJilraiuoratUero 1j chocked ery
mHitil by Us uso.
1.1 fail It liqi proveil to to the jtrcat
c t and boit nmt-dj that ha crer tcn dlxcottr
r I. H Kfimato every portion of tho (jetem, and trtves
Ktroya aHcmTinj f or ntUnuUuti.and rcllerc w akncK
Itcurwrirtatlntr, llcadaelicit, SerTtm iYostratlon,
acucral debility, riccrlcunca, lerrcalon ai.it Iudl
Ccstlon. That fucKnjf of bcarlna down, cauFlnjp jmln,
we'eht mid boefcac he, ts nhrayi ienaanently cured 1 y
tUuaa. It willftt all V.r.tt Mid under til clreuuuUin
cm, art l-i hinuony nlthtlio hw tliat poerni tlia
Fjr KMnryCowitlaiitli of t liber Kf tl.U romti.Dd
Lydia C. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
lutircimrrdatKUanlCSWc-Ttcm Avenue, ijvn,
.! Ice Ci.ai. f, U bottled for Bc,ii I y i. tl I the
fjn:H'f iHli,altlntbu foiia vtlwniyx, i.n iwcl. t
of pr!te, J1.C0, r Lor, for tltlior. tln. IINKItAU
ficclyansveriiOll.ttcrjof iJ;'Jry. Bend for pum
.hlct. A ddnss-j as abovo Mtntton IV i;wr.
No famKyslioulJ bo without LYDIA K. rXNKnA?l
UVUnntTA They re Conrt!latlon, ruicuinc
and Torrllty of the Liver, n ciptu cr box.
JOHNSTON. HOLLOWAI & 10.,
General Agents, Ihila., Pa.
MOYSR BB07HERS., Bloflasburg, Pa
.Piny n, ly.
If you are a man 1
f.f Iiivimioi.weJLk. 1
ened bi;.o rti'tiii or 1
yoar Cutlcs avoid
inin lirnf'i t.rtvand
SWaMf, UM) HOP Urn
nfferlnff f rom ary ln-
1 f rnn fire Tountr and
dUuUbu or 0;tfila
ried or lini'le. old or
. i.r th ci tajiirulxh
Itioni II ypunroriar-
ititr on a umi ui atea-
I irfM. Hly f HOP
VVliocver you are.
whentvtr you ftl
thAt ynr Byntem
nuaUy Iron aowo
i foru or k unav
lineal tua isu'H.
Inr or rtlmulatimr.
by a timely uooof i
D. I. C.
of tVv Atonmcti,
It -e blnod.
Vnu t ill be
Is an etaolute
ble oure for
uwi nr nnlutn.
e-rid If yo'tiiM
I f yon a mill nv
tl It may
llfo. It has
0ehclrrt II. T i
FAOT8 WORTH KNOWINC. J
OlBg.r. Bithn, Ui1rk., Ktllltnct tni
muiT otber or mo uost mwuuiiM uiuwu ore
Ullrullr combined la 1'ahk Kit's flisatn Toxio.
u to roaka It tho CTetet Elood Purifier .nil
Tb. Utl. Ileum in. airsiiKbu nciivnf
RnTvrfect Is tho compofilUon of Pahm
OrKriin traaa that no dlreaso can lODZ eiitf
hrhereltlaused. If you nave Dy.pep.lt, Hud-.
one, Khumti.m, nranijn, """Lf'T'
n. I n.aardar. OT II TOU ntt"U Bk milu BUJU'
ulant. or appetlier, the tosio U Just the rati-
MKT, UO w mw . . .
u It la hichlr curstlre and In-
icme tor juu.
' lt tou aro slowly wasting away with Con-;
'umpUon or any aicimesa, u you navu a r.miui
Cough or a bad Cold, lVaua'a uwodj TOino,
Tlmr to the feeble and anil, and la acoruln.
. m - .. . 1 L . I lnJn,,M
It Hi Bated Unadredi of IJtetJ
If you are feeling miserable don't wait until
you are down hoc, du ujso urj .ui..u h'-j
No matter what your discaso or symptoms may.
, Kememoer i j-arkkh uwuw mwu w
a rum drink but the Be.t and Purett Family.
UaiIka am, mnnA- ramnwuuru uv ,. nun
inroooe, and entirely different from Bitters,
a COc. bottle. Your druggist can supply you.
PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM
The Deit and Hoit Economlc.l ll.lr DrtMlot
exquisitely perfumed and perfccOy harmless.
TTlil Alwajs rteitore Oray or Faded Hair
to Its orirjnal youthful color and .ppcarance, .J I;
wurutcdia .top lu Wlbs, assist iu growth od
"Vaptfction of the B.uM will .often th.
tulr. clems, all dwdniff and cure itching; and hu,
0.t. I, !i-tf
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A PURELY VEGETABLE REMEDY
For Internal and External Use,
Il a SURE CURE for all ths DUeaiet for which It Ii recommended,
and l ALWAYS PERFECTLY SAFE la the hind, of
even the moit Inexperienced person!.
It ii a sure and iiulrk remedy for COl'tillS, SOKIl
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U ! ml ialtoaiil of DII'llTllKUIA, od la the be.t
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THE OLDEST. BEST. AND MOST WIDELY KNOWN
FAMILY MEDICINE IN THE WORLD.
It lift beeu iMftl wllli atu-h wouderful urt'fi it ah
partt a uorlj tor JHAMIrt, ('IIOIJIUA, DIAUKIKIU,
UVHKNTKUV and all HOU'liL COJiriaiNTH, Ma( it h
vnt4n4 u faltlf tutt Jvr lKs4 dltut$t
HA8 STOOD THE'TEST IF 40 YEARS' CONSTANT
USE IN ALL COUNTRIES AND CLIMATES.
It i. ltCCOMSIUNIIUD by Physicians, lUluiauarlm.
nilalsters, Jlunuurr. ot rinnlutlnaa, WorU.KUop., and
Factories Muritr lu llu.pilula-la iholt, by liver) body
eeryhcro ho hu eir given It a trlid.
IT IS WITHOUT A RIVAL ASA LINIMENT.
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and Irtfgt jMiy aAf j,rMaA(M( till In all raws of llrulae
Cut., Hpruium Severe llurua, Hculd, eta
M 1'A.IIII.Y CAN HAFEI.Y HIS WITHOUT IT. II wul
annually wv. toauy times It. cu,t la doctor. UUm. and lta price
brltun It within Uia reach of ah. It 1. mid at S!5c. fiOc. aad 1.00
a Imttle, and ca U M.lMd from an drarsiata.
SON, Providence, ft. I.
jdttKM jL -" !L -R I 1Mb I A0Lbr3-
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS
NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR.
1 r Is a most nc;rocalilo drcssltiR, which
Is nt unco liaunlcM nml effectual, for pre
senilis tlio hair. It restore", with tho
gloss nml freshness of youth, fnilcil or gray,
lij-ht, nml reil hair, to a licit brown, or deep
btock, ns may bo dcslrcil. Hy lis uso thin
hair Is thickened, and baldness often
thmiRh not always cured. It checks falling
of tlio hair Immediately, and causes a new
primlh In all caes where the p,latn!s ata
lint decayed ! while to brahy, weak, or
olherwlM! illeased hair, It Imparls vitality
and itii'nqth, and lenders It pliable.
Tho Virion cleanfics tho calp, cures and
prevents tho foiniatlon of dandruff; and,
by Its cooling, stimulating, and soothing
ptopettles, It heals most If not nil of tho
humors and diseases peculiar to tho scalp,
keeping It cool, clean, and soft, under
which conditions diseases of the scalp and
hair ate Impossible.
As a Dressing for Ladies' Hair
Tho Vkiou Is Incomparable. It Is color
less, contains neither oil nor dye, and will
not soil whlto cambric. It Imparts an
agreeable nnd lasting perfume, nnd ns an
article, for tho toilet It Is economical and
unsurpassed In lis excellence.
Propnrctl bv Dr. J. C. Ayor 84 Co.,
I'l.iclli'&lniid Analytical CliemLI..
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tho freight does not exceed ono uoiiar p:r voiuuw.
for 17 each.
Clotli cases for each volume, suitable for binding
will ba sent by inall.postpaid.oa rccept of H oo each.
Kemlttano slnul l bo maid by Post omce Money
Order or Droit, to avoid chanco of loss.
Newspapers aro not to copy this advestlscnent
without tho oxpresi order ol Harper llrothers.
Address II ATU'KIl IlItOTIlEUM ew York',
MORRIS & IRELAND.
S J&L. Jb ' . . H i 3 .
rilU ONLY EIQUT-FLANQKD SAFE
IN TH13 WOKJLD
THAN ANY SAFE MADS, 8UCH AS
Patent Inside Bolt Work,
Patent Hinged Cap,
Patent Four-wheel Locks,
Inside Iron Linings,
Solid Angle Comoro,
IN THE GREAT
Largo Numbers Now
UKIKti BOIjU IN THIS STATE.
HB.ND FOU IIESCIUITIVK CATALOGl'E,
I' ) I . ,. - .
BLOOM SB UBG STATE NORMAL S U h O u L
SIXTH NOHMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rev. D. J. WALLER, Jr., Ph. D., Principal.
TIllHsnitiOb, aunt, present ronitltuU-d, OttfMthe very best facilities for l'rofi'sslonal and ClanMCai learning.
llidldlhesspaclous. Inviting and commodious : completely heated by Bloum, well icntllntcd, lighted by gas, and furnished with a bountiful supply of pure.iofl
:..tV-Lll, ...... i nna.. n .hMM n.A,mi,..rvt ..nnTnttA. nfiiolnnt. nnd nvn tn thnlr work. 1iliclnllne.
modorato, Kitty cenW a wceK deilucllon to all expecting
lwm iuu liTOH mm,."". !";:?" .MJ"V."'J"
courses OI siuay prcaeriueu ujr mu niuiui
I. Model School
II. Preparatory. III. Elementary. IV, Claosical.
I Academic. 1 1. Commercial. III. Course in Music.
Adjunct Courses i
i Elementary. Scientific and Classical Courses aro I'ttOFKSSIONAb, and Students graduatng thoreln, locclvoSlnto Diplomas, conferring tho tollowln
sDondtnglklitreest Master of tho Elements! Master of tlio Sciences j Maitcrof tho Classics. Uraduates in tho other Courses recolvo Normal certificates
IlllUIUIUL'IHB,. diuv,. t,tv.v. n j. iuu
Tho eourso ot Stud y nrc9crlbed by the State Is beral, and tlio E :ionimo ana uiassica; courses are not iniorior to iiiosp 01 our oest uoucyes.
4.!: uV..i;in MM,. nr,iar it Mii,.n.i,in TiiniimM rim intid it. 1 1 H ono of tho Drlmo ob octs of this Sclioo to holo to sect ro It. bv turn sh HL Intclli-
eentnndcmc ent Teachers for her Schools. Tothtscndit solicits young persons oi iwuuumuc. uuu goou uurliusca,-iiiou wuiiuusiiy iu nui ro.u umr i
and their talents, as students. To all such It promises aldln developing their powers, and abundant opportunities for well paid labor alter leaving school, r or
Catalogue, addros tho Principal.
lira VYII, IIIA.il Itl.WKIJ
FALL Ai WINTER CLilTffiC
Tlic Finest oflg9
The liSitcst Styles,
T'lie IiOvesl Prices
IN MENS' YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
MAW ( MA'TS i MAW I
Ulei'cliaut Tsiilor & Oents3 Outlitter,
151 00111 sluii'g, Pa.
HI alu Street atiovc Iron,
BLOOMSBURG PENIS 'A,
Drugs, Medicines, Ch(iraicals,Fiin-
ey and Toilet Articles, Soaps
Brushes, Sponges, Per
I'hytlclaD.s ' rf f uilpttr.jiH caulully compoundeil
anil orders answeieil with care and deeratch. Farm
ers and rnyslclans from tlio country will nnd out
stock of medicines complete, warranted genuine and
ot tbo best quality.
JOHN II. KINPOltT,
Jan. 88, 'bo-ly Proprietor.
The Patriot, Daily and Weekly,
lor the ensuing year
Tlio subMrttlon of tho Weekly Patriot lias been
reduced lo i r annum.
To ciubs of mtv and upwards tuo Weekly Patriot
will bo furnished at the extraordinarily cheap rate
of 75 cents per cony per annum.
Thfl mtly Patriot will bo sent to anv artdrpss. du
rlnfr tlio sessions of congress and the Legislature
at the rata of so centi per month.
Undertheactof coigrefs tho puHUher prepays
tha pobtage aixl subhcrlbers aro rtlltwd f om that
livery tubscrlptloa must bo accomoanlod by tho
now 13 thetlms tOBubscrltio. Tho opproachlntr
sessions of coegreFB and the legl-latuio will boot
more than ordinary Interest and tntlr proceedings
will be fully repcrted for the Dallynnaacumplew
synoptls of them will bo given lu the Weekly.
Address PATRIOT PUUL1SIIINO CO ,
S'JO Market btreet, Uarrliburg.
THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE.
Whereas, the world renowned reputation of tho
riiito Sewing Machine
Induces many unscrupulous competitors to resort in
all kind of mean trlckt to Injuro Its reputation, we
bee to caution all Intending purchasers not to buyn
except from lu regular auUiorlzol dealers, wlk win
be sustained by the following warranty,
WK WAltltANT THE NATURAL WEAK ANDTEAK
White Shuttle Sewing MacMEB,
PLATE NUMBER 10331) FOR FAMILY PUKPO
HEU, AND IIKIIKIIY AOKKETO KVEP TUB HAMK
IN itEPAIIt FOR THE TERM OF I' I VP. VUAItrt
KllOvt T11IH UTK. FREE OF CIIaROB.
This warranty excepts the breakage of noedles
bobbins aud shuttles.
This warranty will not be sustained unless the
plaU) number above irtven corresponds with Um
number on the shuttle race slide, Iiewarn of defaced
or altered numbers.
WHITE 8E W1NU MACHINE CO.
Tho "WHITE" Shutfo Sewtaff Machkot
Ilaa ouirit cirioirr than any otter family bowtog; j
Machine tor aotog overy vhik ty oi work. j
i, BALTZKR, antral iMttt, f )
IV. Course In Art.
u u. . . . .
WM. F. J3Q.DINF.I
IKON T.. I1ELOW SECOND, llLOOMbllL'HO, Py
ts prepared to do all kinds ot
Plain and Ornamentnl
BOTH DKCOIiATlVK AND PLAIN.
All lilailN olTiirnltui e Itcimli-eI
nml marie un (;oo(I :h iinv,
MONK HUT iiltST-CLArlS WORKMEN H1PLOYKI)
Estimates ZMCado on all Work,
WM. V. IJ0111NE.
Oct, 1. 1S7S.
All kinds ot Watches, Clocks and Jewelry neat
ry repairea ana warranieu.
may it, is-lt
1 lu a Tad dlflurtnK from tl I otb,
U COB tr, wilt tH,l(-AdJull
1U1 Ila wn ut, itpiA t bl I U Hi
fun 11 tool Of tbff trOtty, whUt lh
I Ini U rap prcuea buk tb
to lik tfc Vlinp. Utth lb hi
l4Mnr 1 hah lainU b midhI
JifiDd b'stl. mil n.l(c&lruttCfiUln. Hit iwf, duubU
i&hl tU-p. cWBtbUftil. Ctculut (
E0QLESTOH TRUSS CO., Clitcaso, IU.
nov 19 3-m aid
Highest Medal at Vienna and Philadelphia.
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
501 Broadway, New York.
Manufacturers, importers Dealers In
Velvet Framesj Albums,GraphoRcores(
STEREOSCOPES AND VIEWS
Engravings! Ohromos! Photographs.
And Indred goods Celebrities, Actresses, eus.,
We ore lleadiuarteis tor everything In the way of
Storooptlcono and Magic Lanterns,
Each style blng the jeBt of Its olass In tha market.
lleautltul Photographic TransparencUs ot Hutu
ary and Engravings to' the window,
Convex Ulass. JtanV.acturers of Velvet Frames
for Miniatures and Com ex olass Pictures,
, Catalogues of Lanterns and slides, with direc
tions tor using, bent on rcoclpt ot Un.ocnts. .
I Neatly and cheaply xecuta!I at the
"nri,. Ji:..iil. T- r .V.i n ti'm.
nrm hut klntl. unlfnrm and thornm.Q. Kxrt&nscF
il,, . .Vt., '
V. Course In I'iiynical Culture.
., . ,
K. r. lllM.MYElt, secretary.
ONE THOUSAND (1,000) DOLLAKfi
1'llHMlUM pirteil 10 ANY PERSON
U.at will .lo m OHEAT A ItANOE
OK WORK on ANY OTHER
KZW DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
Will do without basting.
It will mako wide hem on Bhcets, Ac, hem all
or goods dinicult to hem on other machines, li
makes n moro elastic stttcu man any oiucr macnine,
1 1 "A ill turn a hem and put In piping at samo tlmo,
I twill turn a hem. sew braid on tho right side
and stitch on trimming at one opcrat'on.
It will do f Ring bias or straight, cither on cotton
or ivuuie u kuuus.
It wllffcll across seams on any goods.
I will bind a Press or8klrtnnd sew on factnir.
cither with or without Bhowlng stitches: bind Dress
Goods with the same material, eltherscallops,polnta,
fcqnares or sfalght. 1 ho only machlno that will bind
Mats, Cloaks, or other articles with bias, satin or
siik, irom x io 3 inches in wiotn, without basting.
it will gather with or without sewing on.
It will gather between two pieces and new on at
tho same time.
II will mako aruftlo nnd stitch u pillow slip on to
It will shirr any kind of goods.
It will make plaited trimming cither with or with
out sewing it on.
It will mtko plaited trimming either scalloped or
airaigui,. piiuM-ir upipirguuui ino same lime, it
m iuuku kuiio piuuiug.
J. SALTZER, Gen'l Agent, i
oct. i, 'bu-tt.
At Crane's Cancer Infirmary, Addlscn, M. t.
HUNDItEUS OF I'KUSONS from nil nana rr thn
world havd been cured of this much dreaded Dis
ease and are now living witnesses that thev have
been rescued Horn a terrible anil untimely Uea'h.
Doctors, JtlnlsterH nnd tho Poor Heated free. Write
luruuircumr giiingiuiipuriicuiais. Adaaress lire.
UUU. I'HAAK l.Ubll U1IOWN, AddliOll, N. Y.
Oct. 1, 'mi-ly
Weaver & Co's Ads
A VALUABLE - BOOK FREE.
"A treatlso on Chronic Diseases." fmbrnclnr? Oa.
tarrb. Iliront. Limes, llcnrt. Mtmach. I.ivpr. Km.
neys. I'llimry and Female lilsi-nsc-s ; also lies; sent
tree to any uddrehs. livery surrert r Irom thehe dis
eases can bucuied. Send fur this bock to the under
slgt.ed, a phjblclancf large expcrlei.ce, cnaoibeilby
liULdrcd" of Uadli giltlzi-ns who t(MII to his tklll.
Send stamp to liuy postage to O. K. LIMngston, M.
nurll li. -bu.ly . wco
EVERY SOLDIER dlsoblcd In line of dutv hv
wound, dlraue. or Injury, is entitled to pension.
PKNMONN INCREASED Many ore drawing less
than entitled to. 'thousands of Heirs entitled to
Pension and Bounty. REJECTED I ASES re-opened.
AUAM)0EI CASES tlnished.-coplcs of lost dis
charges obtnlicd. Clulrasot oiery debcrlpilon pros-
Address with Hamp,
H. S. BERLIN CO.. Attnmpvo.
Bept. 10, 'SO-Cin wico Box wa Washlngtcn.D. C.
"13TT71T Mcrphlne Habit cured In 10 to 20
J1 1 U 1H tie s. No pay till cured. Hr. J. Stk-
i-iik7,, j iimiiuu, w. w&co april2, 60-iy
NEW flTTTiK or,Mtmp'lon & Asthma.
xii vUJ.VJJ, Never yet failed. Address
with Btomp 'IIOME,"Frostburg, Md.
icu.o, wi-yi W&.C0
Eowell & Co'e. Advc'fi.
A GREAT OFFER FOR
HOLIDAYS ! I !
ri.lMIN nnd OltdANS nt i:TIt.MlltlllVAItV
low tirlriH lor cn.li Inbtiilmi ntsieceHtU HI'I KN
1110 llltOANS, 145, $5,. 0. up MAOMFJCENT
ROSEWOOD PIANO, no, I und Ccer. onlv m.
wnnnnted fljeais. ifluMiut. d Catalogue rhslled.
"tl"w auicu. jiuilfllf, . t. 1 XL J( X I u., JvmnU'
facturers und Dealeis, ss lirondwaj, New York,
Box ajso, r die. lo-tw
d-IVIVyA YEA it aim expenses in agents.
Kf I I Outlll Fie. AddiessP.O. VIClvltltY,
vl I I Augusta, Slalro, r dccl0-4w
AHVKllTISEItSFend for our Select List of Local
JewsraperB. lieo. p. howell Co., lOHpruco
w"-vti . u;o. iimw
TTTi "P Q Buoineas and
X' kJ SOCIETY
Is 11 V I'A It the best lliiblness nnd Social Ouldo nnd
II ... J " . iiuuiiBiicu. ,-iiucn wie latest. utelU
HOW lo 1)0 KVKltYTIIINO in the best way, , low
to I o your own laujcr. How to do business correct,
lyandfcutctsstully. llnwtouct In soilcty aud In
every pai t of Hie, nnd ceuttiliiB u gold mine of varied
Information Indispensable to nil classes for constant
wtiirti v. ,it,i,irt iiAnuji lur an or spare
time. To kno why this book of RKAI. value and
ntllMPlInn Cfctla tulll.tp fltnn n,., ,..
terms to iwcauss Uuoh., Philadelphia. Pa. und
Cincinnati, O. dee.l0,4w r
Mnlnultt Itnlil aUoknit a srm la.nty of (ii'i.
work I or 6lch iher It lwy a tH'tv market. Send
f ,r circular and lu run to lb Vwumlily Kiilttllig
Sepi lu, bv-4m old
M, C. SLOAN & BRO.
Carriagen, Buggie3, PhaotonB, DlolghB,
First-class work always on hand.
REPAIRINO NEATLY DONE.
Prices rednoed to sutt thn times.
Outtlt free tothOKowho wish to engage In
the most pleasant and profitable buffnost
i,uuniif mvrimuK jiuw lupiuu HOC T'1-
nulred. We will furnttth vnu evrithinL. tin
"uijauu uyii.ma iacMiijr uiaiio wiuiuui DIU) Ing
away from home over eight. No risk whatever.
Many new workers wanted at onon. Many are mak.
Ing fortunes at the business Ladles make as much
as men, and young boys and girls make treat nay.
No ono who u willing to work Mia to kintu riore
money every day than can be made in a week at uv
unllnary employment. Tfeooa who unn u oooe
jOllTHiJKN GENTltAL ItAILWAY
WINTER TIMK TABLE.
On and after flundiv. Nov. T. 180. the tta'ns
on the Pht adotpbla Erin Ra Iroad Division will run
M follows l '
Erie Mall leaves Phtlndeltilili
" " HarrUburg
" " .lersoy flion
" " uxk Haven
' 1 Renovo
" arrive at F.rlo
It f5 pm
4 99 ar
6 40 h 10
40 a iti
tl vsa m
I 4 p in
00 it m
t 15 p III
B ts p in
4 w l in
II to p in
4 0. p in
T 6ft p m
10 p m
Niagara Express leaves PhllailelphlA
" arr. ntWIIllnmsport
" Lock Haven
" " Itenovo
Fast Uno leaves Philadelphia
" arrive at willlamsport
" Lock Haven
Piiclflo Express leases Lock llavcn T '5 a m
i' " willlnmsport 8 Warn
" arrlto Atllnnlsi'Ure lnospm
" " Philadelphia k45pni
Day Express leaves Itenovo looaln
lck Haven II S5am
' Mlilotnsport lsnpm
" nrrheat llarrUburjr a40pm
i. Philadelphia csapm
KrloMMIlcaves Itenovo onoprn
' " Lock Haven luiopra
" " wiuiamsrort lltWpra
11 arrives at llarrlsburg 0 1 0 a m
" Phlliulclplitd 7 05am
Fast Ltno leuvcs Willlamsport is 16 a m
" arrives at llarrlsburg a in a m
i " Philadelphia t es a ro
Rrln Moll wratnmt Dnv Kmri'sa Kast make closo
coniiecltunRStNorthuniuerliindwllhIi. U. It. II.
trains for Wtlkcsbarre unu Hcniuton,
frin mii u'ml S'l.iunra Kmrpis West and Fast
Lino West mako close connection at Wllllomsport
wlth'N. c. It. w tralnsnorth.
NinirnrA ltrniTiia Wps,t nnrt I)av Exnresa East
lmkcclore connection at Lock llavcn with 11. K. V
It. It. trains.
Erlo Mall east and West connect at Krle with
trnlns i'ii LHt M. S. H. It. ! nt Curry with O. G. ii
rt. v. It. it. t nt Emporium with u. . l. r. Ji.
and at Driftwood with A. V. It. It.
Pnrlnr rum will rim between Phllfl iclDhla and
ivillnm.nnrt. nn Nlocara Exotess West, and Da Ex
pressfiost. Bleeping cars on nil night trains.
NORTHERN OENTKAL KAILWAY
on and after November Mth. 1ST3. trains wul leavo
Sunbury as follows:
Erlo Mall 6.20 a. m., arrive Elmlra 11 .b
Canondalgua. . . 8.85 p. m
Rochester 5.13 11
Magaia 9 40
Renovo accommodat Ion 11.10 a. m. arrive Williams
port 11.65 p.m.
Elmlra Mall 4.16 a. m., arrtvo Elmlra lo.so a. m.
lluffalo Express T.16 a. in. arrive Buffalo 8.50 a. ra
Buffalo Express 3.60 a. m. arrive llarrlsburg
11 Baltimore 8.40
Elmlra Mall 11.16 a. m., arrive llarrlsburg 1.60
burg 10.60 p.m.
' Washington .13
Erlo Mall H.M a. m. arrive narrtsburg s,06 a. m,
ii Baltimore 8.40 "
i Washington 10.S8 "
All d&Uy except Sunday.
D. M. Boyd. Jr., (Jenoral Fasscngor Ages
A. J. CAHSATT, Qencral Manager
pniLADELPHA AND READING KOAD
ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER
May 11, 1879.
TRAINS LB1TB HbrKRT AS rOLLOWSlStJNDATSXCXfTXIl
For Now Tork, Philadelphia, Heading, pousviui
Tamaqua, &c, 11,45 a. m
For Catawlssa, 11,45 a. m. 7,21 and 7,S5 p. m.
For Willlamsport, 6,88 0,05 a. m. and 4,o p. m.
THitHSrOB BOrKBT IKAVX AS FOLLOWS, (SCHOAT t
Leave New York, 8,45 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, 9,45 a. m.
Leavo Heading, 11,55 a. m PotUvllle, 12,33 p. u
and Tamaqua, 1,36 p. m.
Leave Catawlssa, o,W 8,50 a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
Leave Willlamsport ,9,45 a.m,3,is p. m. and 4,(0 p. c
Passengers to and Irom Now York and Philadel
phia go througa a ithout change of cars.
J. E. WOOTTEN,
C. O. IIANCOCK,
General Ticket Agent.
DELAWARE. LACKAWANNA AN1
Tlme-Tablo No. 89, Takes effect at 4:30 A. Ii
MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1878.
p.m. p.m. a.m.
a.m. p m. p.m
4 19 9 40
8 45 S 41
8 23 S SO 8 65
.Uunlock's t reek.
....Beach llavcn.. ,
4 03 8 ti
1 00 6 46
p.m. p.m. a.m.
W. F. HALHTEAD,
SiparlQtcndont's omce, ucranton, June lo,
TyAINWRIGIIT & CO.,
TEAS, SYRUPS, COFFEE, SCOAIt, MOLASSES.
UH, SriCXS, V1C1IB SODA, AC, c.
.1 B. Corner fecond and Arch Btrocts,
w'Order will receive prompt attention.
ELT'S CUE AM BAL3I
Is receiving the endorsement of the sufferer, tan
druggist, uud phjslclan. Never has an article otso
much merit becu prcdured for the tieutment ot
memtirut al diseases as this never-fallli g llAI.M.nna
Is universally acknowledged as being ull that n
claimed for It. 'Hie application Is easy ondrni fts
nnt. causing no pain, lstootblnir. and Is fa t buptr.
ceding the ui-o of powders, liquids and niuns. I ilce
50 cents. On receipt of i o cents will tend a packagu
free. St-nd for clicular, with full infoimatlon.
ELY'S CREAM BALM CO.,Owt),N. Y.
At Wholesale by
New York McKesson ' Itobblns. Hall A- Rucki l,
O. N. Crlttcnlon,' W. H. rche'fft 111. A I o , 1). M. Ul
cer, C '. Lhzelle, March Gardner, Tarrnt & CO,
FruzerA; Io, and others
1'uinutLFiiu-smith, Kline Co., Johnston, 1 lol
loway & Co.
bCKiNTON, Pa. Matthews Bros.
At hxtiil by iix uuaaaiSTa..
oct. si, "so-tf
Yourselves by makng mon?
when a gold n chance is el-
JI fend, thereby alwajskerplnf
- Dovertv Irom our door. TLO-8
who alwaj s take advantage of I lie good chances fcr
making money that are ottered, geucrully becintf
wealthy, wnllo those who da not Improve mol)
chaDCes remain In povertj. We, want muy woinrB.
boys and clrls to u ork for us right In their own 1"
cullUt's. The buslnets will pay more than Un t inej
ordinary wages. We furnlsli an exieoslvo outfit i
all that you need, free. No one who engages iliw
mako money very rapidly You can devote our
W' oio tune lo the work or only your hpare momi nw
Full Information and all that Is needed sent
Address bviMtox H Co., Portland, Maine. oct.H'o?
XJRY BB II If ADS
Ul 1.1. HEADS,
rOSTBIU, 410,, AO.,
ff'T nCAmnftU" Hay Fever, -Cold In the
BWP.iJ"iJiuVAHl lied, HO., Insert will
Sc3LArARRH,C0lo ffry little anger, a partlfle
t'7n.vttj nostrils i draw strocj
Rp f-; MAmSsy bteaths through m
VriiULi tio'rbV 'JBsiM nose. It win be ate
pNASAUPTca I S'? iUd, cleansing, an!
RSI & 3 .rriJa'VS occasionally apply a
XSo X&'i&'&Hta rartlclo into and bark
yaiffirffiroa ""o far. rubbing la