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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUEG, COLUMBIA COUNTiTi PAl' I'
! ' -A I'fnTlflnroof I'l'trnrll.
an )Nri;mwiiN(i r-Kirrm or tiii: ihikat
Tho T,o1itl6n World hti llio following!
'Since I foritotik njrrieiilttire for politics,'
H!iid Mr. I'urnell, '1 lmvo not slept six
night, in Avontlalo house.' Tlio chief
rtixitntor's country Bent is nn unpretending
1'isltleneo situated on tlio Mopo of tlio
Wieklow tnountains, with n lienutifiil
view of tlio forest, river and dale from
tlio wiinlowrt of tlio living rooms. It lias
.( iatlitr liaiTcu and neglected look, its
whitewashed' exterior harmonizing Imt,
Hi with tlio tiniH of tlio meadow lands
stretching in n semicircle, hounded hy
lFiy trees, in front of the house. Tlio
'i"inc was huilt hy Mr. l'aruell's grand
father, nnd on tho lock of tlio entrance
el'iur thu date 17!)!) is itisoritictl. On
crossing tho threshold tho visitor funis
himself in a square hall of moderate di
mi'tioions, along tho side of which runs
n nllerv overhead, leading to tho sleep
in:? ainrtiiicuts. The most conspicuous
iili jcet in the halt is a hilliard lahlc.across
t!u slates of which no hall hn, jniling
from appearances,raltled for generations..
The walls are decorated with the horns
of thu ancient Irish elk, with hunting
spiers and other implements of warfare
and chase. A log lire hums on a spa
cious open hearth. As tho visitor stands
cxaiti'miiif; tho plaee.au aged dame floats
tnit of a side apaitment, and, expresses
surpiiso at, thu visit, asks 'Master Char
li s if ho wishes that bIio should provide
hreakfnst.' Tho master gives tho nod
a id then requests tho guests to step
around tlio house with him. Mr. I'arnell
is a man of singular mind and gracious
mannurs in private life hut one's eyes
are constantly directed to tho cold and
bloodless face in tiie endeavor to recon
cile the frigid exterior with tho courtesy
of tho lips.
llio p.ulor of tho Avondalo Home is
neither homely or cheerful, and the at
mosphere ot tlio room is Unit ot tho
I.atireaute's forsaken dwelling. One
could fancy that the coverings had just
hoen drawn off tho furniture at the ex
piration of a chancery suit. The nio
tures are expressionless, and of no great
mom; but there is a richly onamled tiro
lilace.tho work of an Italian artist, whoso
method of execution, Mr. I'arnell thinks
has become a lost art. Tlio marhlo oi
this ohicf-il' u'ltvro is inlaid in colored
earths, delicately shaded and twisted in
fantastic festoons of llowein. A volume
of t'iirlylo a, "Mieollames lies on a small
table beside tho lire, but the presence of
r i!r . , !-..-
una sjuiuoi,oi iiiu is ..accounted ior oy
tho fact that ono of Mr. Parnell's sisters
from accross tho Atlantic has been re
siding for some months under her broil
er's r3df. " The drawing room has been
painted, and ornamented by thu same
Italian artist spoken of above, the chief
feature of tho work being a number of
cleverly-wrought medallions containing
sea-views. Various blue books aro' scat
tered .about tho apartment, having ref
erence principally to Irish matters, sticli
as fisheries and agricultural returns.
Tho library ot Avondale IIoiiso is a
handsome square room, bookshelves oc
cupying every sale, There aro many old
if l .1 ...l!.! r.i.- i , .
iMu-uuiimi viiuiuiih ui me classics, aim . a
comprehensive collection of all the 'Ktig
lish authors of note from Piers' Plow
man downwaid. "An ancestor 6f vpurs
lias been immortalized by Dr. Johnson,
I believel" remarked a" truest, t:ik'mr
down a volume (if tho Lives of the Po
ets, "lie belonged to a branch of the
Parnell family, but is not a relative in
the direct line, wns too reply. Mr.
Parnell is no great reader. The only
books of recent date, or of aiiparcnt re
cent issue, to bo seeii were a few novels
and about a dozen volumes relating to
Ireland, Buolias tlio Irish in Aiiierica.and
somg histories of the country. "When
I have any leisure I employ my time in
working out new mechanical contrivan
ces, '"said Mr. Parnell: "and in helping
i!. ;.. . i.. .. ii s..,. -i .
iu v in us piuce iuu waier-wueei oi my
Haw-mill, I nearly had this linger cut off."
lifting up a much sacrificed finger. In
the corner of tho library is a uolleetioi
of old volunteer banners, belonging to
tho Wieklow volunteers before thu '08
rebellion. These aro somewhat torn and
disligured, but tho first land leaguer
takes much pride ir thein,sinco they he-
longed to his great grandfather, who was
colonel of. the regiment. Ono of these
ensigns bears tho following inscription:
'Independent "Wieklow," with the mot
to, "Velox et acer et fidelis amieis," and
an Jnsh wolf-dog for crest.
Above Ayondalo House, and beyond
tho anipitheatru of trees, is a clear "level
space which has been used by Mr. Pur
nell a father as a cricket ground. "Mv
father was once the captain of tho Etoi
eleven," observed Mr. Parnell, "and I
was alwayH very fond of cricket myself
before-1 took to politics. From this
spot a view of several of tho battlefields
ot the rebellion is obtained, with a mag
nificent sight of the Kerry mountains
and the waters meeting in the valu o
Mr. I'arnell is very abstemious, drink
inglittlo but, water and tea. IIo smokesi
great deal, and'is never iu want of :
good "weed," which ho proffers very lib
erally (o his friends. At tlio same time
ho keeps a neat little wine cellar, and
can. when the occasion arises, regalo his
guests with a choice vintage. In other
respects his style ot Jiving is very come
ly. ins only retainers aro tho voncra
.oio matron wo navo seen, and a man
who looks after his horse, tho garden
and tho general all airs of the house. In
tho intervals of agitation ho is a great
ndcr, a moderately keen sportsman
something of a farmer, and often speaks
of himself as a Cicinnatus wlo has been
regretfully compelled to relinquish his
cabbages. Mr. Parnell has always been
a more or less solitary man, seeing little
company, and leading rather an mtro
spectivo life. IIo has plans and objects
beyond those which ho has yet unfolded)
but ho has no objection to enter fully
into a discussion of thu merits of hjs
casev It is noticealle that ho is ready to
catch up quickly and assimilate- to his
purposed any fact, idea or phrase that
may be casually dropped iu conversation
or'inciition in newspapers.
'Eleven years our daughter suffered on n
bed of misery under the care of several of
the besl(and some of the worst) physician,
who gave her disease various names but nn
relief, and now she is restored lo us In gor.d
health by as simplt a remedy as Hop IlitUr',
that wo had poobed nt for two years, before
using it. We earnestly hope arid pray that
nn one else will letlbelr sick surfer as we
did, on account of prejudice against so good
n medicine as Uop Hitlers.' The Parents.
A boy having complained to his fath
er that Hill hud thrown the liihlc and
hurt him on thu head, the father icplied:
"Well, you aro tho only member of the
family on whom tho Jiitilo over had tho
The hundreds of strong, hearty,
and ruyged and healthy looking men,
women mid children that have been rescued
from btds of pain, slcl-uees and well nigh
death by Parker's Ginger Tonic are the best
evidences in the world of its sterling merit
sod worth. You will find Mich in almost
overy coinmunltf. Read of it In another
How llilrkenn get out of Shells.
Tako tho egg out of a nest on which n
hen has had her lull time, carefully hold-
... 1. .1 . !. 1
ir u to i lie ear; turning it, nrouuu.you
II find tlio exact spot which the littlo
I !- .',.!.. .. .1... -...-1.1.. ..f
lellow is picking on tho outside ot tho
shell) this lie will do until tholnslilo shell
s perforated, nnd then tho shell la foiccd
outward us a small scale, leaving,n hoic.
Now if you will tako one of tho eggs in
this condition front under the hen, re
move it to tlio house or other suitable
ilace, put it in a box or nest, keeping
it warm nnd moist, as near tlio tempera
ture of tho hen as possible (whlelt may
bo done by lying it between two bottles
of warm waiter upon some cotton or
wool,) and lay n glas over tlio box or
nest, then you can sit or stand, as
is most convenient, nnd witness the
Into modus operandi. Now watch the
llttlo fellow work his way into tho world
anil vott will bo amused and instructed
as I have often been. After ho has got
us opening he commences n mining mo
urn with the point ol tlio upper
lill nn tlio outside of the shell, ulways
working to th.e tight (if you havu thu
largo end of tho egg from you and tho
hole upward) until ho has worked his
way almost around, say within half nn
inch iu n perfect circle, ho then forces tlio
cap or butt end of thu shell off, nnd then
has a chance to strciglitcu his neck,
thereby loosening his legs somewhat, and
so, by their help, forcing the body from
the shell. fAmerican I'iirm Journal.
I mil cured of catarrh ami denftiffcs, nnd
after clvine 1-Jly's Cream Halm a thorough
. f , I . I ' . I I I! 1
trial, it tir.s on several occasions ruuuvcu
inc of scvero cold m tho head. My aunt was
troubled with deafness so that she could not
liearnt nil in ono car, After using the Halm
a few times her hearing was restored. F. 1).
More. Insurance firoker, bliziuetli, rJ. J.
For tho treatment of catarrh, cold in the
head, catarrhal deafness and hay fever we
call your attention to a new and particular
remedy, Ely's Cream Halm. Wo nro con
tinually hearing thh mtt favorable reports
of lis curative cuectf. It is easy nnd npreo
neje to apply. Wo would strongly recoin
mend this discovery to our patrons nud ev
ery ono suffering from catarrh, etc , being
hilly convinced it will please in every case.
vanriper a Uo,, druggists, rnesaic jn. .i.
A couple arrived nt San Francisco on their
bridal tour, and took a room at n hotel. Tho
bridegroom then informed the bride that ho
was out of mouey,A'id did not know how to
get any. Ho slid that the best thing lor
them to do was to commit suicide. She ag
reed, and suggested laudanum of which she
had a bottle. They divided this drug into two
equal parts, and swallowed if The man
died,but the dose proved lusullicient to kill
the woman, and she recovered.
Two girls who recently ran away from
Loug Island, are thus graphically described
by their fsthet: "Laura, aged 18,drcssed iu n
straw hut; Florenco J., age lli,b!ue suit "
We tremble in view of the possibili y of tl e
fair Ltura's hat blowingoff,
Sneer's Iloreliouud Kyeaml ltock.
Made of old pearl rye, rock candy crystal,
and the Horebouud herb, a simple Kiid el-
fctivn rftnEfK fn, .rillr.lio .nlrla lin.f.BnL.a
and sore Ibroals, highly recommended tut
.1 M.L!1 . . . .
uuusuinpiives. inis is no patent meuiciuc
mixture, but it is tbo pure extract of Hje,
Mnrplinmiil nnd n.np!r (tamli nnmhtnnfl tvilli
one other medicine much used by consumpt
ives, com oy u. a. ivieim.
Senator Hamlin is the oldest and Senator
Bruce the yougest ol the members of the
Senate. Senator Anthony who is now in
his fourth term has terved more yesr
continuously than any other man it the
A hollow tree in southern California has
been converted into a dwelling. Doois
and windows have been put in, aiul
floors built for eight stories, tlio entrance
to them being by means of a ladder.
Outside of tlio topmost room is a small
balcony shaded by the foliage of tho tree.
'All the health I enjoy, and evou my life
I may say, is in ennsequenco of Simmon's
Liyer Kegulator I would not take oue mil
lion dollars for my interest in that medi
cine. W. II. Wilson, Ifelborne, Florida.
'iDoctor. my daughter seems to bo go
ing blind and she's iust getting ready for
her wedding, too ! Oh, dear me, what's
to be done? "Let her go right on with
tho wedding, madam, by all means. If
anything can open her eyes marriage
Five years ago over 6;000,000 croquets
sets were sold in this country. Ihis ao
counts for the number of old maids and
liatchelors left to mourn alone. Croquet
will riso a rumpus quicker'n a political
"Iiully boy with a glas eye," a chnp
termed n bottle of Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup,
whicn nau cureu hi.i cold, it ouly cost him
Ono of tho dearest spoofs on earth is
the littlo red spot seen on somo men's
noses. Very often its cultivation cost la
"I will now treat on tho tariff issue,"
said an orator iu tho last campaign, "lie
jaliers," said an Irish hearer, "ye'd better
treat tho crowd."
Persons prematurely gray can have their
hair restored lo its youthful beauty, byj us.
ing Hall s Vegetable Sibilian Hair Kenower
the best article in the market
A western editor was lately shot in an
nffrnv. T.nclvilv. ihn bnll emtio nirniimt
. v . o
a bundle of unpaid accounts in his pock
et. Gunpowder couldn't get through
DAVIS & SON, Providence. R. I.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
TTio IVnltlrp Cnro
For all Fomalo Complaints,
TtiUfiTpftiiitlon, m Its tiiina ftRnlflcii, consists ot
Vfjfplftble Prut,'! tloi tliat Are li.tnnVM to the inoftt ilel
IffLttiluvnUil. Vjioa ono tilnl tho meriU uf thli Com
jMtm.l wlllltoreH'oniA!, MM'llef h lmrncilldto and
tvhtn It i uul i rontliiuoJ, In uliii-ty-nlno caaut In a hun.
(tmltni nnaiitiitcurolitirctti-il.nitltouitaiitU will tes
tify. U.i Recount of Iti proton merits It U to-day ro
coiumciulott aud prescribed lij tho bcit pbyiiclnna In
It will cure entirely tho woret form of falling
of tho to Urn, Lcucorrha'ft, Irregular find painful
McrwtruAllon.ntlOTfcrlwiTrmiblr, IndAmniAtlon ftnd
Ulceration, DcMxlInffiUllHsptAccmcjitd And tho con
ke'iUeiittrinLtivrakncMlaQd I cspclAl1y tuUptM I
llioCliiingotf L!fi HwlllilL'iulro And expel tutnort
fVom tlioutemslnan early (taga of dorclorriciit. The
tendency to cinocroiiahumonthero Is checked rtry
In fact It hun prored to o the frreAt
pt ti"v test lemcdy thut has ercr ten dlwover
rd. It lomoatcj every portion of the nyttom, and gives
ticw life and t Icor. It rrmorea fatntnesfl.natuloncy, do
nt roys All cravtni; for ithaalants, and kUcvm weaknese
of t!io ftomach
H eurcJ Cloattnt', Headaches JTerToas Irostratlon(
Qcncril Debility, fclee tlcwncfs, iVpreMlon and Indl
cost ion, Tliat feellDff of bcarlnff down, eaufllnff jaln,
weight and boclcaeho, la always irmanently cared ly
Its u3. It will fct all times, and Lndcrall clrcumktaii
rei, art l-i harmony with the Ixxr that Korern the
lr Kidney Complaints of cither ox tMs coraiouni
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Is prcpanvl otCUand 233 Wcntorn Avrttue, Irrn, Ma-a
.! leo CI 00. Bit bottles for fcVOO. Bent ly mail In the
fonuofpUlt.alilnthoform of Iacnce, on receipt
cf price, Jl.at, per box, for cither. Mm. FIN Kit AM
freely aiuwcrs all Utters vt Inquiry, Bend for pun
phltt. Address M a'jovo Mcnhvn Ifts powr.
No family rhgulJ be hHliOLt I.YDIA U HNKllAlI'
UVi:r.riU-S. They euro CocstIutIon, HUlouauc-4
andTorpMlt7 ' Uvcr, tZ cents xr box.
JOHNSTON, 1I0LL0WAY & U0.,
Gonoral Agonts, f hila., Fa.
MOYER BROTHEHS,, Bloomstoirg, Pa
llf vntl ArA a
ened by the strain of
your uuvii-B utoiu
waste. ue HOD B
Tf yon are youn sr and I
I sufferine from any lo-
IUOni II jounroiu.i
In if on a bed of sick
Ioor health or Uuurulah
UWUBt J " w
Bitters. . ..
, Ttioumnaa aie ao
nually from aome
I fApmnr VlrtnAW
whenerer you led
that your eysttm
In or f-tlmulatliifr,
I hare been pret ented
fry tiui7 unvi
u" r u
D. I. O.
I. an alMOlata
bin n re for
use of opium,
ot the ttomacn,
Vnu will be
cured If you use
Bold by draff.
RochMlcr, II. Y
k Toronto, OdU
Hi It may
liro. u nao
dreds (F A0T8 WORTH KNOW I N
fllar.r. Bicha. Ilmdrake. EtllllocU and'
many other of the best medicines known are so'
skillfully combined in Parkxr's QiHoin Tomo,
SB tQ muo 1. IUO KnwKV. diouu ruriugr iiu
lbs Bail lltsim anu Mrengm ueiiorer
Rj nurtnrt la the comDositlon of Plluia's
'Oraosa Tomo that no dlseaso can long exist1
nhereltUUBea. 11 you nave uyipeptu, neao-,
ache. Rheumitijm, Neuralgia, owel. Kidney
or Liver uiioroer, ur u yuu unu u uuu iuiu
ul&nt, or sppetlzer. tho To nio is just the med
icine for you, aa it is highly cumtlio and In
lyigorating but never IntoxicaUiig.
. tir vnii nm nlnwlv Trnstlnir Affar ivlth Con.
sumption or any sickness, if you have a Painful
Cough or a bad Cold, l'ARKta's (Jisqib Tome
W1U HUJVIJ UViy www. . . 5i.b. ..."
Tlgor to the feeble and and. and Is a certain,
cure lor Rheumatism nna unoiera inranium.
It II M SSTed Uondreds or iaiesj u J
Tf wwt nm rnellnir lniserohle don't Trait until
you are down sick, but use tho Tonic to-day.;
No matter what your disease or symptoms may,
'k. I. will Hffn onvniit n!lf?f.
i KememDer i x ahbjui b uiaukh iuhiu is uw,
a rum drink but the Beit and Purest Family,
Medicine ever made, compounded by a new,
process, and entirely different from Bitters,'
ginger preparations and all other Tonics. Try;
PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM
The Beit and Host Economical IUIr DreuUf
exquisitely perfumed and perfectly harmless.
Will Alnaji Itestore Gray or Fad.d Ilalr
lo Its original youthful color and appearance, and Is
warranted to stop iu talluig, assist iu growui and
A few applicanoni of the Bauah will soften the
hair, cleanse all dandruff and cure itching and fits.
Howell & Co's. Advc'fa.
SCIENCE mb. EPILEPSY!
Doctor Against Quaok ! !
A Leitdiug London l'liy.-ician Establishes
au umce in incw York lor tlio cure
of Epileptic Fits.
FfomAm. Journal of Medicine.
Dr. AU. Mosorole, (l.Uo of Londonl, who mikes a
speclaltv or Kpllepsy.lias without doubt treated and
currd more cubes tbun any other living plmlcltui
1113 success has simply been astonishing; wo have
heard of cases ot over 'to ears' xiandlntr. bucci'sslul
ly cured by him. IIo 1ms publl hutl a valiiaulo work
on this dlseate, which he bends with a largo bottle
of Uls woudei fill cure tree to any minerer who may
(.end their express unit I', o. nddrets. We advise sin
ouo wishing u cure to nddrcf s l)r. All. JIESKHOLK.
(hi Johnst KewVork. r Jan. u-tw
Tor Heading Clubs, for AinateurTheatrlcals.Tcm.
neranco flays, Urawlnz-room I'lays, Kttlry i'loya.
lcthloplan rluys, (luiuo l'ook, bpukcrs, l'anto.
mimes, Tableaux Lights, Magnesium Lights, Color
ed Fire. Ilurnt Cork. Theatrical lMcu I'renaratlons.
Jul ley s Wax Woikf, Wigs, Heal (Is and Uoustaclif s
atreauceu prices, urstuinvs, nccnery, t.iiaraues.
New catalogues bent free containing fill detcrtp
Hon and prlcei. SAMUEL fltKNOU A BON.SSE.
Uth sli t et, New York. r J in, 1 l-4w
A YKAH ana expenpes to agents,
outnt Kreo. Addrets r. o. vickeky,
Augusta, Maine. r ia IMw
VliVliUTISHUM by addressing OKO. P. HOW
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It I. a tiure and quick remedy for COUtiHH, SOItl!
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lltia hern In rnniitnnt
tlio liy tlio pilhllo
for over twenty yenra.
nitil la tlio lirnt preparntlnn
mrr Inventcil for ltKSTOIl
1N(1 (IIIAY IIAIU TO ITS
YotiTinui. coi.on an
It auppllcs the nnttirnl
rood mill eolor to tlio Itnlr
Rlittiils wltltout alnlnlns tlio
skin. It will Incrrnao nnd
thicken tlio growth of llio
hnlr, prevent Its hlancliliiK
nml fiilllni; olT, nntl lima
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tlona mill Dniulrtirr, Aa n
ilmlrnlili-) RUInp; tlin linlrn
sllkrn aoftness ulilch nil
niltiilru. It keeps tlio hind
clean, sweet nntl healthy.
will clinncn the bennl to n HllOWN or
1II.ACIC nt discretion. IteliiR In ono
preparation It I easily applied, nml
produces n permanent color that will
not wakIi off.
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above. d Jan. T, HMw
furo nil dlseaiesot tlio Stomach,nowels,Ulood,Llver
Klrtnoy and urinary orRnnicrviusness.Mec'pieis,
liHRH. nnd esnf ctrtllv Pomnle Comiilalots AsLvvoin
Unionist for Hop Hitters nnd tiy them before you
sleep. Tako no other. 8nd forcl cultir.
Hop Hitters JlVg Co., ltochestcr N. Y. and Toronto
Jan 14 '81 4-w d
In lowiii KmirSiiMf Nrbrimkn nml Ullniicnotn
(Ircat narifatns. 10 years time on three fourths of
tho purclios') money. Interest 8 percent Pnrtlesln.
tendlwr to no West,, tend forlWs. state locality In
uulcli lands are di'stred.
J K.o. miEKWuoD, lis llroadway.New York.
Jan 14 '81 4-w d
fTyn A VTCt3o to $1,000; 2 to S3 Stops. I'lano
Wl,VX.rli OII21 up. Paper Free. Addrois
Daniel F. llt-att, Washington, N. J.jin. W8I-IW d
MORRIS & IRELAND.
S Jb 1 -tjj SI .
THE ONLY EIGHT-FLANGED SAFE
IN THE WORJLD
THAN ANY SAFB UADB, BUCH AS
Patent Inside Bolt Work,
Patent Hinged Cap,
Patent Four-wheel Locks,
nside Iron Linings,
Solid Anglo Cornors,
IN TIIE GREAT
Largo Numbers Now
IJKINU SOU) IN THIS STATK.
BKND FOIl DESCItllTIVK CATALOGUE,
IMORRIS & IRELAND;
vwmiBmv j - wwmsi w ' saassssssajsmi mxiZJBVtwnmnimrmzrjFvisammm.
X t I' tmiTf.. I Vff Tf.TMr. X!VmmTITTJVliat itt ) IBPOII IM r.. WK W I P'iiffl . IE. M I'd I ir J V 11 1 P .1 h MI.M II III ih I IF II I II I IBMF VBLU ID
r r P m wrniMi it i n mm I r in nn tit
t-" I i I ! mil II I i il ill HI il ll illsMBIPIt I I III i I I ! I I III
BLOOM SB URG STATE NORMAL HinoL
SIXTH NOliMAL SCHOOL DISTKICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylviinia.
Rov. D. J. WALLER, Jr., Ph. D., Principal.
HtilldInirn8Daclous. Invltlwr and commodious ! completely ticnted by steam, well ventilated, lighted by gas,
I.i-?.. ..-!......, .... a m..nh.M
moderate. Htty cents nweclt deduction to all oxpectlng to teacli. Btudonts admlttod at any tlmo. Itooms
Uourscsol study prcscnoea uy tuo stnio i
I. Model School. II. Preparatory. III. Elementary. IV, Classical.
Atltunct Course : I. Aciulemlc. Il.Coinmerclal. III. Courso in Music. IV. Course In
Tiin rmmnntnrv. Rfiionllfin nnd ciAsteal Courses
corresponding Iiegrecs j Master or tlio moments Master of tlio Sciences ; Master of tho Classics, uraduates In tho other Courses receive Normal Certificates
their nttalnmcuts,, signed bv tlio onicers of the Hoard of Tiistee .
1 no courso oi niuii y urescnuvu oy 1110 oiuiu iMttuvrui. nuu uioc.w-nuuu vhmhwhwuihw .id iuiuhui m Liiuau ui uur uuBiy voiiegcs.
TUn utnlnrnniilrn.fi htirhnr nrilt.r Itf r1tl7fnilhln. Tlintlmnn del land It. lllS OnO Of thO DllmOObleCtS Of thlS HChOOl til llPln In finpiirnTt.. hv rnml.1,tnnlnlntll.
KcntandoniclcntTeacherHforlierSchools. Tothtscndlt solicits young persons of good abilities and good purposes, those who deslro to lmprovo their ttmo
and their talents, as students. To all such It promises nldln developing their powers, andabundant opportunities for well paid labor after leaving Hchool. For
catalogue, aiiures. inu 1 rincipui.
IIIVI. VIII,IA,M 1.1,1,. ITCflHICIH Jiuurii
sept. 8, '7(1.-
FALL AP WINTER CLOTHIJJG
The largest Sloclt,
I1 lie Finest Ooods,
Tlie M nU st Styles,
The JLowcst Prices
IN MENS' YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
MATSt MATS i MATJB lJ
Merchant Tailor Gents9 Outfitter,
Slain Sli'crt aliovt! Iron,
Drugs, ledicines, Chetnicals,Fan-
cy and Toilet Articles, Soaps
Brushes, Sponges, Per
rhystclans'preEcrlptlons carefully compounded
and orders answered with care and despatch. Farm
ers and physicians from the country v. ill nnd our
stock of medicines eomrleto, w nrranted genulno and
of tho best quality.
JOI1N II. KINPORT,
Jan. ss, so-ly l'roprletor.
PORT GRAPE WINE
Used In tho principal Churches forCotrmunlon
EXCELLENT FOE LADIES AND WEAKLY
PERSONS AND THE AGED.
Spoor's Port Grape Wine
FOUR YEARS OLD.
a Ibis celebrated Natlvo lno Is made from tho
. Julco of the cporlo (Irapo raised in this Country
Tonio nnd Strengthening Properties
aro unsurpassed by any other NatUe Wlno. Ilel g
trio pure Julco of tho drape, produced under Sir.
Specr's own personal supervision, tts purity and
genuineness aro guraii'eed. The joungeBl child
mi.v nartakeof Its irenerous nunlltles and ihu weak.
est Invalid umi It to advantage It Is paitlcularly
uuuiuiai iu inn UKtu unu uruiiuaicu, uiiu Milieu 10
the various ailments that alfect the weaker sex. It U
in every respect a him. lo nu iikliku un,
The I'. J. BIll'.nitY Is a Wlno ot Superior character
and partakes ot the golden qualltli'S of the grape,
from ulilch It Is Hindu. Kor l'urlty. KlcliDt't,s,t'lavor
aud .Medical Properties, It will bo found unexcelled.
I. .1. ISrsuidy.
This IlKANHY stands unrivaled lu this Country,
being far superior tor medical purpobes.
IT IH A PU1IK din Illation t om the grape and con
tains valuable medical prop-riles
IthDH a delicate llnor. tlmllar to that of tho
grapes from which It Is dlslllled.and Islngrtat favor
amoog flrbl class famlllrs.
Bee that the blgpatuie cf ALVIIKII HI'BKH.I'assalo
n j., is urer mo wir.vi vucu uuiuo.
SOLD BY O. A. KLEIM,
dec 4 '60 1-
I Neatly and cheaply xeoulod at the
n.nnnn nfTlnlont. nml dllrrt fntholrwnrlf. tltttAlnllnn firm Imt l.ln i,n.. .... .t
aro I'llOFKSSIONAL. nnd Htudcnts (rraduatnir
WM. P. BODINEi
IRON ST., BELOW SECOND, BLOOMSUUKO, Yt
Is prepared to do all kinds of
I'lalu and Ornamental
BOTII DECORATIVE AND PLAIN.
All klntlH or Furniture Itcnnlrcd.
and uiatlo in gooil nn new.
NONE BUT FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN EMPLOYED
Bstimatca JWtado on all Work.
WM. F. BOD1NE.
llu . rl dUSulii. from t I olW
ji cp.ii.r, with fun-Ajkiut,;
totltloD. Ot lb. body, wbU. th.
.... .. ..u ynmmrm .... id.
Wllh th. Wlttf. Ullh Jkhl
Ikri&J&lnat. ania nllealrtir.crlala. 111. uti, duisbl.
w4cUip. Baaltrmsll. CVcnlrn tm.
EQQLESTON TI5U68 CO., Chieijo, IU.
Battlo Crook, Michigan,
uixcrxoTnsiuis or the onlt aENcnrx
Traction and Plain Enginos
Mtmt CanpIUTIirberFatar7l Estntlltshed
tataeWorliL 5 1840
"3 ft VFADR "'wadrweMtriiliii.
ill CHUO .. without dungs 0 uacia,
3Jm panamnient, or location, la 'HA .p"iA.
CTOad unrrunty girrn on oil our gootU,
WTM A SI POWER BliPAKATOKH and!
Coiuiilrle Hteam OulHlanno'cM-n.iiatlllM.
Hf Trsrlfiin linirlnca and I'laln Knglnoa
eve seen In tho Amcnvan market
. A.1'iU!'wli.V Ptial fuUurM and Inproimumtt
for ltel. together witll tuptrior qvaUtitt in CMUIrv.
tion and mat.riaU not dreamed of by othiT niskrra.
four aliaa of Separators, from II to lit horse
capacity, for rtramorhorn voutr.
Two stylea or Mounted ' Hunte-Powera.
7fi(in (Iflsl V9rt ?r Melycird I.unibrr
& oonaUntly ou liaad, from which la buUt the in.
vvwi'u.un nwu'irwi, ui uur Ul-iuiiri7.
u TRACTION ENGINES
. . 10, IS liorno Power.
iJSTyPW Ttsrs-fcUca-mraa liirtted to
NICHOLS, 8HEPARD & CO.
Battla Croak, Mlohlmn.
Jan, 7,"8I-Sia u.b
PUBLIC SALE HAND BILLS
Printed at thia Office
ON SHORTEST NOTICE AND AT TUB
MOST REASONABLE TERMS
and fumishod with a bountltul suunly of nure.BOft
reserved when doslred.
Art. V. Courao In Physical Culture.
therein, rccolrn Htntn DlntnmoaKnnfnrrinr, n,n rniinain
F. P. lilUMYEK, secretary.
ONE THOUSAND (1,000) DOLLARS
niBwiuM oiierea 10 aisi I'hillsnN
that will ilo ns GREAT A RANGE
OF WORK on ANY OTHER
NEW MIS VERTICAL FEED
Will do without basting.
It will make wide hem on sheets, Ac, hem all
trfftnnpr rtt hlnu trnnlon rrnMo ao on., nnnn .n
or poods difficult to hem on other machines. l
iniiKi-s u more eiasno siucn than any other machine,
It will turn a hem nnd put In piping at tamo time
It will turn a hem. sovr braid on tho right sldo
and stitch on trimming at one operation.
It will do felling bins or straight, cither on cotton
It will fell across seams on any goods.
I wilt bind a Dress or Skirt and &ow on facing,
either with or without ihowlng stitches; bind Dress
ooods with the same material, elthert,calIops,potnts,
SOUarCSOr fitfa lirllt. FItin nnlv ttinrliinn tlmt urTll MnA
Hats, Cloaks, or other articles with bins, satin or
11 uiu iu o incues in wiuui, without basting.
It will gather with or without sewing on.
Itwlllgather between two pieces and sew on at
II will makoarunioand stitch a pillow slip on to
lhHTaMni,n, 111. MIMnftmn
U.V IBWHIj uv .llll.O 11111U,
It will shirr any kind ot goods.
It will mako plaited trimming cither with or with
out sewing It on.
It will make plaited trimming either scallapcd or
iii T i. i . i luv ouluu mac. ii
til Uiuau IWU11U JlUlUUJfa
J. SALTZER Gen'l Agent,
oct. 1, '80-tf.
At Crane's Cancer Infirmary, Addison, N. 7.
iiuNuiiEua of PERSONS fromoll parts of tho
WVwu bu.u v. mis muLii urcuueu OI3
case and aro now living witnesses that tbey have
noun rpcnfinil l.nm n iaihin ...
Doctors, Ministers and the Poor treatedfree. Write
circular giving fullirarltculars. Adddress Drs.
vi'V. i.iinni, &, nuori jjiiuwri, Adaison, N. Y.
Oct. 1, 'su-ly
Woaver & Oo's Ads
A VALUABLE ROOK PRTCTi1..
A frpfillco nn rlinfnlnm.A.... i r.-
tArrh. Thrnnt T.mrrQ Una.. u,nnt. . .... j
vnu.,, .uu , inittniifi-iuti;8 ; ms,o i-lies: sent
freo to any address. Every surreri r from theso dis
eases can Secured. Send for this book to Hie under
signed, a phjblclan or lai go ejtperlei.ee, endorsed by
huudred" of leading cltliens who tcstllj to his skill.
?ien?iSi?'2p t0Vay ,P8laP 10 K. Llvlngbton, U.
aorll . '60-iv wico
EVKltY SOLDIEIt disabled In lino of duty by
wound, dlseaso, or injury, is entitled to pension.
I'KNSlONS INCllKASlilV-Slany are drawing less
than entitled to. 'rhniiuinrin iiotra n
1e.n,s.'??,?,n.ll1i.ou.nAJlflfJKCTKU t,At,KH re-opened.
AIIANDONKD I'AHKs tlnniu.rl ml.,, nn., hi.
charges obtained. Claims ot every descrlpilon Dros
ccuted. Paibnts Procured.
Aaaresa with stamp,
11. S.DKItLIN CO., Attorneys,
sept. 10, 'SO-im wfico Box 6M Washlngton.D. C,
OlTTTAT Morphlno Habit cured In 10 to go
J I J. U 1 days. No pay till cured. Dr. J. Srx-
rn.no, iauulvji, II, W4.C0 aprll 2, bO-ly
NEW CURE gonsump'ion fc Asthma.
teli., 'SO.yl wco
m Outfit freo to tho60 who wish to engage In
K im most pleasant nnd proatablo buslnosa
jJNkl known. Kvcrythlng new. capital not re
Hf quired. Wo will furnish you everyUilng. fio
a day and upwards Is easily made without Btaylng
away rrom ffomo over night. No risk whatever.
-Mam new nnrL-pm WOIlt.irl nt nnna I , .
Ing rortunes at tho business Ladles mako as much
as men, and young bovs andelrls make n mat nnv
wuo is willing to work fi lis to make more
who Is willing to work fi lis to make more
.UH..V, v.v.j uj uuuu cim uo maoem awoek atony
ordinary eronlovment. ThnA uhAn.., VT
"aa-.ua, niuuri rijx lO.MklJ
THE -WHITE SEWING- MACHINE
Whereas, tho world renownod reputation of tho
White (Sewing Machine
LniJi0- ! ra?ny "hscrunulous competitors to resort to
r.,5?.?i,iS6a?.t.rlcKV '"Juro 'ls reputation, we
beg to caution all Intending purchasers not to buy a
WE WAHHANT TIIE NATURAL WEAR AND TEAR
White Shuttle Mm Machine,
FROM THIS DATE, FltKB OF CHaRUK,
Thla unrrantv AwAna . m
bobblnsand VhulHeV.1''"' """"' vl ueoaJOB
ThU warranty win not be sustained unless tbo
nwuio kivcu currmiiouas witn mo
number on the shuttle race Bllde, Beware ot defaced
Or Alrjm1 nnmtutiKi
WHITE SEWINfl M ACIIINK no
Tho "WHITE" Shnttlo Sowina Maohino
iim oaiATiB OAriorrr than any other family Bewtiur
Machine tor doing every variety ol work.
J, UAXTMR, General Ajttt,
Oct. l tS-M. WOOSMBtfg, f.
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
lyOUTHiiiltJ CENTRAL RAILWAY
WINTEtt TIME TAHLE.
On and after Rundiv. Nor. T. ism. ihn ttan.
on the Phi adelphla Krlo Ita Iroad Division will run
as follows I
Erlo Mall l"avox l'hlladelphta 11 65 p in
" " llarrlsburg 4 95 a r
" " William port 8 40 am
" " .lorsoy .xhon (Win
" " lxck Haven s.uain
" ' Itenovo II ob am
11 arrive at Krln imnm
Niagara Kxprcss lcavesl'hlladelphla o oo a ra
" iiarrisnurg isiDpiii
" arr. at vvtlllnmsport 3 is pin
" " lock llaien 4 so in
" " Henovo 5 40 pin
Fast Lino Icaros Philadelphia 19 SO p in
' " llarrlsburg 4 O i p m
" nnlvo at Wllllamsport I tt p m
" " Lock Haven 9 10pm
raclflo Bxprcss leaves Lock Haven TKaid
" . " W Ullamsport 8 so a m
" arrive at Harrlsourg liospm
" ' I'hlladelphla aMpm
Day Kxprosa loavos lienovo loos am
" Ixick Haven ll 85 n m
" ' Wllllamsport nsspm
" nrrlve at llarrlsburg 8 40 p m
' " riilladclphla 6 85 pn
Krle Mall leaves Itenovo snopm
' " Lock Haven lo lo p m
" " Wllllamsport 1180 pm
" arrives at llarrlsburg 8 00 am
" " riilladelpura 7 05am
Fast lino leaves Wllllamsport is 15 a m
" arrives at II arrlrburg Blinm
" 11 riilladclphla I OS n in
Krlo Mall west and Dav Extress Kaat make closo
connections at Northumberland with L.& 11. It. K.
trains for Wllkcsbarro and Scrnhlon,
Krlo Mall Wost, Niagara Kxprosa West and Fast
Lino West make close connection at WUUomsport
with N. O. It. W. trains north.
Niagara Express West' and Day Express East
mako close connection at Lock Haven with U. E. V
It. It. trains.
Erlo Mall east and West connect at Erie with
trains on L. 8. C M. H. It. It. ; at Corry with O. C. K
A. V. It. It. ! at EmDorlum with 11. N. Y. A l. IL ll
and at Driftwood with A. V. It. It.
rarlor cars will run botween riillalotphla and
Wlllaminort on Nlairara Kxnicss west, nnd Da Kx
press Ha&U Bleeping cars on all night trains.
vvai. A. ji&L.uwin,
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY
On and after November.soth, 1873, trains will Icavo
8unbury as follows t
Erlo Mall 6.S0 a. m., arrive Elmlrn ll . b
ii Canandalgua... 8.85 p. m
ltoohestor 6.15 "
ItonoTO accon .modal Ion ll.io a. in. arrlvo Williams-
port 19.55 p. m.
Hmtra Mall 4.15 a. m., arrlvo Elmtra 10.20 a. m.
Buffalo Express T.15 a. m. arrive Buffalo 8.50 a. ra
Buffalo Express 8.50 a. m. arrlvo llarrlsburg
" Baltlmoro 8.40
BlmlraMall 11.16 a.m., arrlvo llarrlsburg 1.50
" Washington lo.W
" Baltlmoro 6.30
burg 10.60 p.m.
Erlo Mall 13.60 a. m. arrive narrlsburg 3.06 a. m,
' Baltimore 8.40 11
Washington lo.as "
All dally except Sunday.
D. M. BOYD, Jr., General rassengcr Agen
A. J, CA8SATT, General Manage
pHILADELPIIA AND READING ROAD
ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER
May 11, 1879.
TRAINS LSaYK RCriUT 13 F0LI.0W8(8DNDATXXCirTlP
For New York, I'hlladelphla, Heading, rottsvilli
Tamao.ua, 4c 11,46 a. m
For Catawlssa, 11,45 a. m. 7,91 and 7,36 p. m.
For Wllllamsport, c,93 9,05 a. m. and 4,06 p. m.
TRAINS MB RCFBRT LIAVK 18 FOLLOWS (8GNDAT
Leave New York, 8,45 a. ra.
Leavo Philadelphia, 9,45 a. m.
Leave Reading, 11,55 a. m., Pottsvlllo, 19,89 p. n
Leavo Catawlssa, 6,so 8,60 a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
Leave Wllllamsport ,9,45 o.m,9,15 p. m. and 4,co p. m
Passengers to and from Now York and Philadel
phia go througa n I thou t change of cars,
J. E. WOOTTEN,
c. a. nANCocK,
General Ticket Agent,
Jon. 14, 1876 tf.
ELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AN1
Tlmo-Tablo No. 89, Takes effect at 4:30 A, It
MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1878.
NORTn, I STATIONS. I BOOTH.
9 10 6 It
10 18 3 tJS
10 33 8 16
...... Nan tlcoke
p.m. p.m. a.tn
W. F. UALSTEAD, BUpt.
8uporIntcnaenfa offlce, Bcranton, June 10, 1878.
TyAINWRIGHT & CO.,
TEAS, SYRUPS, COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES-
BICI, SriCXS, BICASB BODA, 0., &0.
N. E. corner Second and Arch streets,
wordera will receive prompt attention.
Hay Fever, Cold In the
licid, tie., insert with
little linger, a partlrlo
of the Halm into tno
nostrils draw strong
breaths through the
none, it will be ub
not bed, cleansing, and
healing the diseased
lAnnly u bartlclo Into
ELY'S ORKAM BALM
Having gained an envlabla local reputation, displa
cing allotier preparations Iu the. vicinity of dls.
discovery. Is, on Its merits nlone, recognized as a
wonderful remedv wherever known. fnlr trial
will convince the most skeptical of Its ouratlvo
iw"rifl- ii. i:iii-i.vuuiiv cleanses ino nasal passages
of Catarrhal virus, causing healthy kecrc t Ions, al-
lSVS lntlliminntlnii nml Irrllitllnn ,nli,rlull,n mnm.
branal linings of the head from additional colds,
completely heals the sores, und rest res the sense
of taste and smell. Heneilclnl 'results aro realized
c-y a rew applications. A thorough ireatment sb di
rected III cur Catarrh. As a household remedy
for cold In the head It Is unennaleil. Tim linlm in
easy to uko and agreeable Kuld by druggists at (0
cents On receipt of 60 cents will mull a package
Send for circular, with full lnformitlon.
ELY'S CREAM HALM CO., Owego, N. Y,
Fousale bv C. A. Klelm.rlrni7i.liit. lllnnmstiurir. Pa.
and by Wholesale Druggists generally.
oci. 91, tio-ly a
ourselves by makng money
when a troldnn chnnco Is of
fered, thereby alwavskeeplng
riovirlv from vnnrifnnr. Thnm
who alwaja take advantage of llio good chances for
making money that are offered, generally becoino
wealthy, wnllo those who do not Improve such
chances remain In poverty. Wo want miiny women,
boys and girls to work for us rR-ht in their own lo-
calllles. The business will pay more than tun t mos
ordinary wages. Wo furnish an extensive outfit and
an mat you neea, tree. ro one who engages fans to
make money very rapidly. You can dovote your
wi ole tuuo to the work or only your spare moments.
Full Information and all Hint m ni.rfiii n,'iit frio.
Address Btinbom & Co., Portland, Maine. oct.U'M.iy
POUTER, stU AO.)
Neatly and OUeaUy iLaled at Lli; Ootvm?
p.m. p.m. a.m.
9 30 4 19 9 46
9 17 9 37
9 63 9 80
8 68 8 51 9 SI
8 61 8 46 9 19
8 46 8 41 9 14
8 S3 8 80 9 04
8 18 8 10 8 44
8 83 8 SO 8 65
8 19 8 12 8 47
8 04 8 04 8 89
7 61 9 61 8 48
7 38 S 39 8 17
7 39 1 34 8 12
7 85 3 99 8 06
7 09 9 04 7 44
6 66 1 67 7 88
6 60 1 61 7 83
6 45 1 46 7 S9
0 97 1 97 7 11
6 16 '
6 00 1 00 846
p.m. p.m. o.m,