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THE COLUMBIAN AND DIMOQBfAfl,! B LOOMSIi U RG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
A Talk With a Dude.
a ni:v york nr.i-oHTKit iktkhviuws tih;
r.ll'.AK WHAT A IHJDi; IS ANYWAY
AN INTI.IIKSTIMI TALK.
From tlm New York sun.
At high noon n youth emerged from
tliu lJrutmwlck nuil stood for n moment
in tho brilliant lilnzo of tliu Mny mm
listlessly buttoning his clovo. llo was
languid, sombre nnd Inert. Up
nntl down Fifth avenuostacs rum
bled nnd i oared, nnd carriages whirled
Tlio doors of tho hotels slammed inces
santly, brightly dressed women tripped
by, men strodu briskly to nnd fro, laugh
ing nurso maids led groops of frolic
some children toward the park, and
even tho cabmen whistled nnd sang as
they went about their work. It was n
Tlio youth did not seem interested in
nnythiug. Men who passed glanced nt
him Homewliat contemptuously, or with
palpable sneers j women looked admir
ingly, llo was nnnow-chestcd, nnd
bis legs were lank and wavering. On
h:s head was a bell crowned English
beaver, with a morning band two inches
wide, and around his neok ho wore a
collar of preposterous height. A drab
covert coat, such as Englishmen wear
when they go to "meet," was buttoned
closely around his far from robust fig
ure. Tlio garment was so short that the
end of his spike tail coat tail fell far
below it, producing a wierd nnd worn
effect. Ills trousers was so tight that
tho uneven contour of his legs excited
iiity, and his feet were squeezed into
long nnd narrow shoes. Over his vest
dangled a single glass, nnd ho woro
English dogskin gloves, tho color of
ripo brick dust Ho had a silver tipped
cane under his left arm nnd stood with
one foot far in advance of tho other.
His hat was tipped back on his head,
and bis hair brushed furward at tho
sides, and ho displayed evidence of a
vapid mustache. Hut the most notice
ablo thing about him was tho expres
sion of his face. He meant to appear
haughty. Instead be looked insolent.
llo was a dude.
Presently another youth swung around
the comer. Ho was a counterpart of
the first, and their attiro was precisely
similar, even to tho brick-dust gloves.
They approached each other solemnly,
and then tho new-comer drawled :
"How aro you, my bravo boy!"
"Eh f Oil, I cawnt say as I'm too
brisk, don't you knowl I'm freakish to
day." "You look a bit queer."
"Ynas. I'vo been in tho eating
houses hero trying to worry down a bit
of chop with soino shandygaff. How
"Oh, I'm fine you know. I took a
tub this mawning, then tooled mo new
cart up the avenue, and had a good np
petoit for breakfast."
"llathah decent fun;"
"See you nt the club later."
Upon which tho new-comer, with a
faco expressive of great exhaustion, am
bled away. The first youth still stood
in front of tho hotel' and gazed indif
ferently about mm, For a long time
ho stood there, while the Hun reporter
remained in tlio back grouuu regarding
him with reverential awe, and reHecting
that the dudo was the only thine in tho
world that had not been interviewed. A
little time passed and then
'I beg your pardon," said tho repor
"Ow!" asked tho 'youth slowly.
"I beg vour pardon."
"Ah," said tho youth, and after
HlanciiiR casually at tho reporter, ho
continued placidly : "I don't remember
to havo met you.
"No," said the reporter thoughtfully,
while the youth gazed upon him with
immense contempt, "but I wish to ask
you a question or two about a matter
of great importance."
"Oh, you don't say 1 rather an artful
idea, 1 m sure. What do you wish to
Tho vouth started, sharply at the re
porter for an instant, and then resumed
the air of indifference as ho said
"There is a widespread rumor down
town that a cat chased a dude up .Fifth
nvonuu vesterdav at sundown."
"Oil, I say I" said tho youth with a
tranquil smile, "its quite too uau,
don't chew know, to put it upon tho
cr aw dude, y'know; loike that. Tho
dude's nothawf so bad as painted Chas
ed by a cat nawr
"No truth in it at all !"
"Wlioy, I'd lad a quid to a bob any
toimo that it'snuro cuv."said tho voutu
with soino animation j "and I tell you
what, ho continued, "the aw dude,
don't chow know, is wretchedly mis
"What is a dude?"
"A dude,"answered tho vouth slowly,
"is a icntlpnian. A cad can never bo
a dude. He must not bo in trade, but
must have money. I daro say thoro
aro dudes who havo very little money.
but they havo blood y'know, But tho
point of tho thing is that the dude is
tho embodiment or ot the ah tn
umph of tho gentleman over tho cad
ion tako what was once known as a
swell, or a fop, or a dandy, and it was
not absolutely necessary 'for him to bo
a gentleman. Tho pet, particular god
ot swelldom was Jinan liruinmel, don'i
chew know, and yet ho was not a gen
tlcman according to our English accep
tation of tho term. Still hosuuhbed tho
Prince of Wales."
"Would ho not havo been iiiuto as
effective as a dudo V
"By no means," said tho youth hasti
ly. "JJoiit chow seoi llo, was gor
geotis and overdressed, while wo or
that is, tho dudo is tho acmo of pro
prietv and good taste. Ho wore loud
colors, padded shoulders, corsets, wigs,
snuff-box and unlimited jewelry, while
tho dudo wears no jewelry other than a
ring, nnd uivnriauly dresses in dark and
quiet colors v.
"Is there any fun in being a dudot
"lo tho vulcraw a dude is not nn
pressive. Tho gorgeous swell took tho
oyc, Tlio, women worshipped him for
tho .rlclincsj' of his dress, nnd the
waitahs in eating houses woro over
powered ; but tho dudo is essentially
negative. Ho is not a spoctaolot ho is
a quiet, self-contained gentleman. Ho
is refined, nnd ho Is distinguished from
the common peoplo by his good man
ners. In England wo havo n landed
aristocracy; In' America tho aristocracy
aro popularly known as dudes, y'know.
A. fellah .dressed properly nnd walking
qqiuily.oiUhtiiSlraud or in Pell Moll is
kjwwji. simply as an English gentle
inaui but when ha appears in tliu samo
nttlrCjpn Wlty ay'iioo hp al.oneo bo
compf iv.du'do.r ,'i
-.lilaylI ask how long you havo been
away from England t"
"I aw eawu't my, tho fact is, I
Iiavo novah been In England."
"Ah! good day," accenting tho
"Good doy," accenting tho "doy."
Tho man who thinks that his boy can
liooiua garden while a circus proces
eion is'passing is always tho man who
has a frqiltpcat when, tho performance
HOW CATTI.r. AUK IIUl'tSKI) AND lNJURKK
IN TDK TRANSIT FKOtf THE WKST.
The St. Louis Railway Register
"Tho business of rnislnir cattlo on
tho great plains of the West has grown
enormously durinir tlio Inst ten vears.
yet tho supply of beof for tho markets
i uiu r.:isi una iiui. kui iniuu wuii uiu
einnnd. Tho tniei' line steadily ad
anccd until this necessary article of
food is nlmosl beyond tho mentis of tho
poorer classes. Thero havo been evils
connected with tho transportation of
cattle from the West lo tho East which
are great and havu attracted the atten
ion ot humanitarians and consumers.
herd of cattlo which arrives nt New
York front Texns or Montana is icceiv
ed in bad condition. Tho poor ani
mals tnkeii from their native quiet ran
ges and crowded into closo cars to ho
allied and jolted lora weekor tell days
over railroads, exposed lo strnngu noises,
bruised by sudden hulls mid starts, tor
rilled by their proximity and unusual mir-
windings, whin they reach their jour
ney s end nro sick, laino nnd lovcrish.
In this condition they nro slaughteied
for food. Tho idea of killing tho cat
tlo near tho placo of their growth and
transporting the dressed meat to mar
ket in refrigerator cars was a bright
ono and has steadily grown in favor.
Tho advantages of the plan are obvi
ous, tor it is open to none nt the objec
tions urged against the old method. It
understood however, or at least It is
claimed, that tho firms ami companies,
who havu largo capital invested in tho
live stock business, and the railroads
which have provided cars and yards
for its accommodation, nro oppposcd to
an innovation and proposo to "fight''
all attempts to revolutionize the old
Uommcnttng on tho above the liar-
risburg Telegraph says : "There are
reasons why beet slnui-htered in the
West will never be permitted aiuouop
oly of the Eastern markets. It wo.dd
place us nt tho mercy ot n tow gignnlio
firms or corporations who would,
when their monopoly wns confirmed by
the extirpation of the Eastern butcher,
and the total destruction of the East
ern 'plants' engaged in the business,
supply our market with an inferior ar
ticle, charge what they pleased, and
so be secure not only against competi
tion but ngairst our criminal laws, as
to bo entirely regardless of consequen
ces. It would bo the greatest and
most dangerous monopoly ever estab
lished on this continent. But there
aro other economical reasons, too nu
morons to mention here, why tho
dressed beef business will never bo a
com pie to success. The truth is, the
dressed beef experiment, now in the
hands of a very few men, nud supply
lug only a second class article, is only
ono expression of tho natural protest
against tho present barbarous, cruel
and wasteful methods of live stock
transportation, and the consequent high
nice ot beet, mutton and pork. Tho
osses by shrinkage, by death and by
bruising amount to many millions of
dollars in a year's business, nnd tho tor
ments ot the dumb animals aie terrible
beyond bolief by thoso who havo never
given the subject attention. Beef
brought forward m this way cannot bo
reliable ; it is, in fact, often unfit to
iced to a dot;. Besides the shameful
extortion of tho cattlo yards, swindles
for feed, yardage and handling, a pro
cess gone through with several times
between Chicago and Now York
adds enormously to the value of tho ar
ticle on tho butchers' stalls. It is quite
probable, as the Railway Register as
serts, that tho railroads do not intend
the proposed dressed beet monopoly to
bo established and they have sound
reasons for that determination. But
they must improvo their own methods j
they must suppress the cattle yards ex
tortion : they must abate the suffer
ings of the animals ; they must deliver
stock fit for slaughter ; they must save
to the shipper shrinkage, death and
bruising ; and they must give tho pub
lio a reasonable guarantco of sound
meat. This can be done only by tho
introduction of a car in which cattlo
can bo fed and watered in transit, and
can bo car ied at any rnto of speed
without being thrown down to bo
trampled to death, or hurled against
the side of the car, to contract bruises
and uloers whereby many pounds of
tho best portions of tho beet nro ren
dered unlit for use, nnd must bo cut
from the carcass and cast nway. Such
cars could bo run through in one third
tho tiuio now required : they would so
far clear tho tracks of tho roads for
other business j they would destroy tho
cattle ynrd .windlo ; they would save
in every direction : they would secure
the dumb beast from suffering ; nnd
they would give the consumer sound
beof. This is the method of tho future.
It is inevitable. It must come, nnd the
sooner tho raihoads get ready for it tho
better it will bo tor all concerned.
New Postal Eegulations.
The Postmaster General has issued
nn order that after tho first of July,
whenever a letter prepaid at loss than
ono full rate of postage, or any narcol
of third or fourth class matter is not
fully prepaid, and being otherwise
mailable, is deposited nt the postoflice
of tho first second or third class, and
consigned to any other postoflico with
in tho United Stales, it bIkiII bo tho
duty of tho postmaster to sond to tho
address a poslal card containieg a no
ticu of tho detention, and a request to
remit the proper amount of postage to
entitlo the letter or parcel to bo for
warded to its destination. This provis
ion applies only to matter not bearing
a card or address ot tho sender of sucl
card, nud as a ma tier must bo returned
immediately to tho party mailing it
Tho law mini res that matter not lullv
prepaid shall bo scut to the dead letter
office, but under this order, where tho
sender is not known, tho address is to
bo givon an opportunity of paying do
ficient postage. This plan has been
tried for a year at the letter carrier oil!
ces, and over eighty per cent of tho ad
dresses notilieu responded with tlio pos
To Cuitis Malaria. In tho Sanitary
Engineer a correspondent recommends
garlic nnd onions a preventives ot ma
laria, which ho claims is otten tho fore
runner of diphtheria, small-pox, tyiihon
fever and other zymotic diseases. Tlio
editor in reply remarks facetiously that
such n siinplo universal panacea ns is
proposed "lias long been sought for,
and a number of peoplo believo they
havo toiiuil it, Tlio majorii'iy ot theso
peoplo at present nro cared for in insti
tutions especially provided by the State
for that purpose, and nro happy In their
faith, which wu havo no dtsire to dis
turb. Diphtheria, pneumonia and ty
phoid nourish wnero inero nro no sew
ers and no malaria. And our friend
in Arizona and New moxico, who or
familiar with tho sight (and smell) of
Mexican, reeking with onions nnd gar
lic, nnd shivering with nguo at the same
time, will havo their doubts as to tho
A Successful Year.
Tho Managers of tho Aiuerican 111-
bio Society havo just presented their
xty-scventh Annual Report,
Durini! no previous voar of tho Inn
of the Society havo so many pages of
the snend word been issued t nnd only
Bitmlu year tho last of tho great civ
il war lanks tho ono just closed In
the number of volumes disttibhled.
In tho United Stated I ho Vourtli Goner
nl Supply has been auspiciously inaugu
rated, nnd tn loreigii lands tho society
Ins entered now fields while in coun
tries where tho woik hail In on prev
ious established it has b en pronculid
ilh remarkable vigour and success,
Three hundred andt'lovoneolpoiteurs
nvc laboured in, tins count! v, and
two hundred and scvl nty-six in for-
ilio receipts for tho year for general
imposes were isfiUB, (Jtl ill. ut tins
amount, $283,01)8 fio were reccned for
ooks nnd on Purchaso account i $184,
7!) '20 from legacies t (), 1)07 .'13 ill
lunations from auxiliary sooiclies,
churches, and individuals ; $:12,L"J1 17
from rentals, nud the bal.mce from in
terest and other sources. Besides
which, 823, havo been added to tho
trust fund, the interest of which alone
is applicable for general purposes.
Tho disbursements tor inanutactur-
ng nnd tor nil other general purposes
vere S599.200 89. For tho foreign
work of the Soaiety, to bo expended
during tho coming year, tho amount of
$104,980 85 has been appropriated.
tho number ot copies ot tho scrip
tures issued during tho year is 1,GG0,
The issues of tlio Society during
sixtv-seven v.irs amount to forty two
millions, eighty-tin eo thousand, eight
hundred and sixteen. (42,083,810.)
for the upper end.
The Largest Stock of Ooods opened In
llcnton, In many years, lias just
been received by III"
And overythlng found In n general mercantile bu
Iness, nt tuo very lowest prices.
Several hundred thousand feet
off dressed Lumber, Shingles, &c
constantly on hand.
tir- purchasers will nnd It to their advantage t
call on mo before buying elsewhere.
J. J. Mclnry,
Uaj 4 2m
srpoiftGji jo dons
ojaiiAiosio .miiKctioiud ojojoq ziiiiieo
ui lyoid put) oSuiuuapg Jioqj.oi
1! PulJ U!M 3"! ".tidal .10 Sui
pinq sojijud ye puc
oj o3 '-ojo 'truputMQ
'snmcjj AvopujAV puu Joorj
3lJ0AV ll-10S PIM! la10BJH 'Suuoojjj
'Suippioj 'Suipig 'qscg 'spmi 'sjooq
IT A T T C VEGETABLE
XI l I ill O SICILIAN
The Bit U the Chapot,
Bafetyl Economy 1 1 Certainty of Good
ThMe qultUei ue of prlmo Importance In k
Selection of a preparation for the hair. Do L't
experiment with new remedlea which may do
harm rather than good ; but profit by the ex
perience of others, liny and use with pei.'"et
confidence an article which ererybody linowa
to bo good. Hall's HiiBliKMEWEU will not
It. P. Hall & Co., Nashua, K.n.
Sold by all DrtijglitJ.
28th Ycar-55th Season
They have stood the Test
and cati be relied upon.
OltllEUS SHOULD UK SENT IN KAMA'
To Secure, our Cheap nnd Itellablo
I! AX Oil'S 25-Dollar
A Tried and Valuable Fertilizer.
I'MCK ta l'Klt"rO.N 01' SftJO MIS,
on Cars or lloat In Philadelphia. .
Qu&ranteol An&lyia Printed on' eaeh.BJg-
SK.SU l'Oll CIUCulAlt. AllDUKSS
BAUGH & SONS,,
20 South Delaware Avu.
ittncAMOMTIIiml HOAltl) for thrfe lire
ODD Young men or ladles In each county,
Address, P. W. ZEIULKH CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
a .May, mil iw,
OLDIERS HO! LOO
Ktnd for our new drfultri containing matter, ot
ctmokt Imporuiicvloall txoldlfr or lltrlr uelrf.
IfsrMClttluis. mid all oibra atfaliut tba Uovern.
mectprooipUy "itl'l''il' VlIHiMiS?
Vllb etaiup W-ltnUJ-nnvaS.
l!itit llOK 4HM WMliluKlon, 11. C
Umliaulca lu abopi, UcUr.
1, luuituriea, luiii.. aiwa
all traJea l (ha LAbor
World telle where work can U bad. price, paid, aud
reading for old and younKi ealabllebed 4 y"l
week (reel w-nd o Aceuie (o pay for inallloK,
and ""will ieud llw. llr World a (rial vttU
free). Iwol New JorK MaM. w
pU my in lm
all toe newii tuowa oow iu,, iw iuiuui,uu,,i
(be poor 1 bow li(llaiuree and polllhleue are con.
(rolM bycapllal(ei Iww puWlc lauie art eloltn
lr rallroadel UJciioumea child labor, pruwa con.
1.1.. .rA .11 form of uoDrv.aiutiMl contalaa
crtlHliif; UliurtlN ! 1
"It bus Ihtoiiik so common In wrlto 1 1 hi
beginning of nn article, In an clegim!, In -tercstlng
"Tlu'ii vim H Into some ndveltlseiniiit
tiint Wo,vouM avoid nil sueli, I
"And olinply rail nlteiitlnii to the mollis
of Hop Hitters In iih plain, honest terms (is
"I'd hultlconfiiplo I
''To clfe UieM one trial, which so proves
their value Hint they will never use any.
"Tim llKMKnv so favorably noticed n
all tliu papers,
"llt'llploiis nnd secular, Is
"Having a largo sale, and Is supplanting
all other medicines,
"There Is no denying the vhtucs of tlio
Hop plant, ami the proprietors nf Hop
Hitters have shown great shrewdness
"And nbillty "
"In compounding a intdlclne wbok
virtues are so palpable to every one's oh.
lllil Hlio Illu?
"Sliu lingered and sultefed dong, plnliig
nwav all the time for years,"
"The iloclois doing her no good i"
"And at last was cured by this Hop Hit
ters tlio papers say no much abonl."
"Indeed I Indeed 1"
"How thankful we should be for that
.v miiiulitcr'M Mlnery.
"Eleven years our daughter suffered on
a bed of misery, I
, "From a complication of kidney, liver,
rheumatic trouble nnd Nervous debility, t
Under the caru of tbu best physicians
"Who gave her dlseasu various names,
"Hut no relief.
"And now she Is teslorcd to us In good
health by hs simple a remedy as Hop Hit
tcrs, that we had shunned for years before
using It." Tint 1'aiiknts.
1'atlicr 1h CettlUK Well.
"My daughter my t
"How much better father H since, he used lloj)
"llo Is getting well nfter hH long sutrcrlng from
n dl-fonso declared Incurable" .
"And wo nro m glad that he ud your Hitters,"
AUulyotUIIca, N. Y.
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF
Ma other diMtuo li bo crovalont la thU ooun-
I try 03 Constipation, and no remedy bu ever
equalled tfco1 celebrated Kidney-Wort u a
euro. Whatever thociuao, ho wo ver obstinate
iitho case, ,tma remeny wm overcomes.
I" 11 Eit? a nUInt is vcrr net to be
k rKJ xilus autrcflaicir com-
ijatronjjthena tho) weakened parte and quickly
cs ailKinasoi J.'uea even tv uau pnysicians
I medicines navoceioroiauea.
tWlT you havo either of thcaa trouble
c PRICE SI.
E I DruRgltts Sell
Usod In' tlio prlaclpilCliurchc3 tor Communion
Excellent for Ladies and Weakly Perr
sons and, tho Agod.J
Speer's Port Grape Wine I
FOUR YEARS OLD.
U1S OELEUHATED JiATlVE WINE U made
from the lutce or the oporto Urape, raised In
this country. Its Invaluable.
Tcnlc and Strengthening Properties
are unsurpassed bj any'otlier Native Wlno. llo
lng the pure juice ot the (trope, proauced under
Mr. wpeer s own personal Hupervisiuu, ua puiuy
and eenulneneu'9. aro guaranteed. Tliu youngest
child 'nay putako ot its cenerous qualities, and
the weakost invalid usolt to advantage. 11 is par.
tlculaily benellclal to the aged and debilitated,
and suited to the various ailments that niTect tlio
weaker sex. it 13 in every respect a. niaitiu
The P. .1. SIIEltllY Is a wlno ot Superior Char
acter, and partakes' ot tlio Hcl; qualities or tlio
erapo from which It U male. For l'urlty, lllcli.
ness, Flavor and 'Medicinal Properties, It will bu
found unexcelled. -
Thts UKANl) Y stands unrivalled In this Country
being far superior tor medicinal purposes.
IT it) I'UltK distillation from tlio urape.nnd con
tains valuado medicinal properties.
It has a delicate 'flavor, stiull.tr to that ot tho
grapes, from which It H distilled, and Is In great
favor ainoni; tlrsuclaas families.
Sco that tho signature of ALI'ltEl) SPEUtt, I'as
aalc N. J. Is over tho cork of cacli bottle.
SOLD BY O. A. KLEIM.
and iiy mtuomsrs EVErt vueue,
sept. 82, vj, i-y
A SPECIFIC FOR
COHYULSIOHS, FlLlfiG SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS DillCE, aLOIIOHOLISM,
OPIUM EATING, SYPHILLIS,
SCROFULA, KINGS EVIL,
UGLY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
I1ERY0USKESS, SICK HEADACHE,
r,HUILTI3M, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
' DRAIN WORRY; DLOODSORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
rmF-St.SO pcrtottje at dugglsti.-jwa
Hi Dr; S. A, RickDid M WJjpetors;
, Ccrrcipoodcnrefnclrnaercdbjr Hijilcln.
C. N, CntTTCNTON, Agent, New yrk.
man i . vr rt . . nA 1 tr t d.ll
Curvataru. Hip I1bOS(, Whlto bwf lUo of tho Knoa
ad Ctubi-Wt, without cutUupeord(oriAla, or con-,
nnomeut. Kf try caia tueceiiiul. Oniecv i Now Yorlc
J83 W.4lst Kt.tWfry Moudayi Jh8ton,&o lieach 81,
rwy Wvdaciiluy i fcjrwujw, if, V., urcry TtturstUy,
iKHldixi nidiiloiH tKi.iu-is.il In luiiiriiiige that can
li undernlOiHli the proinpliit, luleitaiid most
accurate imt-iuireiii-u ui nguii-u-r 111 i
Th.ll u Sv
world Is uilh iitlcnt Ion. T i.ll
i hat hit.
UxlyUburutu llml lit uny nHim d
c-iiiiiou ui 'iiii;
huUyrlptlon i luily d piigem, by inall&5 cts. a
moiith.ori.Ma('.iri huuday wiugt-w, II.Wie,
year mrair in ei i jeai.
I. w. KNiuNii, t'ubiUhcr, New York City,
may imw r
i itJi. tail
Gelioral Sowing Mucliino Dopot,
Fifth Stom Below Harbst Et , '
CeleliraleJ White Sewing MacMoe,
New Davis Vertical Feed Sew
New Home Sewing fuacliine,
Household Sewing Machine,
Estey Sewing Machine,
Genuine Singer Sewing Machine,
Singer Pattern Sewing Machine,
Attachments, beat Scwlntr Machine oil, nnd Nee
dles far nil sewing miciiliira. Nenini; .Machines
sold on monthly pAym'-nts- Liberal discount
made tor costi. Every mnclitno purchased from
me H WHrranterttobo Vopt In good rnnntiip; oMer
for tlve years freo ot ciianre, and tuoruuju in
structions given by tho best lady operator In this
part ot tho utato free of charge. Examine my
stock of mnchlnos before purchasing.
Nc and jf phtc Victoml Hlitory of the (treat Sea fightl ol li
J.C. McCVRoy & Co., j Chen nut St,
Ity Menicai uirecior nHirmN, u. . rt.
ALWAYS ON HAND
AT THIS OFFICE.
Hoted Men !
Dr. John F. Hancock,
.vtc l'rc&idcnt of the National 1'har
maccutical Association of the United
" Drown' i Iron Hitters hit
heavy sale. It conceded to be a fine
Ionic; tha character of the manu
lecturers li a voucher for Its purity
wnd uicJIcioal excellence
Dr. Joseph Roberts,
I'residcnt Baltimore Pharmaceutical
"I Indorse It as a fine medicine,
rclial!3 at a strengthening tonic,
free from alcoholic jJoions."
Dr. J. Faris Moore, Ph.
P., Professor of Pharmacy, Balti
more Pharmaceutical College, says:
"Brown's Iron Hitters It a lafe
nd reliable medicine, positively
free from alcoholic poisons, and can
be recommended as a tonic for use
anions those who oppose alcohol,"
Dr. Edward Earickson,
Secretary Baltimore College of Phar
"I Indorse It as an excellent
medicine, a good digestive agent,
and a non.ntoxicant in the fullest
Dr. Richard Sapington,
one of Baltimore's oldest and most
reliable physicians, says :
" All who have used It praise Its
standard virtues, and the well,
known character of the house which
ma Vet It is a sufficient guarantee
of lu be in j all that Is claimed, for
they are men who could not be In
duced to offer anything else but a
reliable medicine fur public use."
A Druggist Cured.
Boonsboro, Md., Oct. is, 1880.
Gentlemen; Brown's Iron Bit
tcrs cured me of a bad attack of
Indigestion and fullness in the stom
ach, Uavlngtestedit.I take pleas
ure in recommending it to my cus
torn ers, and am glad to say it fiives
entire satisfaction to all."
Cio. W. Hoffman, lncit.
Aslc your Druggist for Uxown's
Iron Bitters, and take no other.
One trial will convince you that It
is just what you need
"THE BEST IB CHEAPEST."
iruPonn I 1 1 1 1- I M I C0i(r Hnllwi
fSaltAd to & uvtluni. ) WrlIflfurafti:U lllui.l.tnnh1na
auutraeeatoTt.AultmajiATojIorCa, UjuuHld ubux ,
MAKE HENS LAY
An Bnellsh Veterinary Sureeon and Chemist
now traTellntr In this country, Bays Hi it most of
ma uorso anu utuuo rowaera aim uero aro worm
less trasli. llo aiys tint Rlierlilin's Condition
1'owdfirn are absolutely nurn and Immensely valu
able. Notimsrou eirtli will makn U-n? lay like
Hherldan'B Coudltlon rowders. Dose. I tfasnoon
rui to l pint rovi. oia evcrywnere or sent uy
man lur leiwr-mamii's i o. uhiinsdn .o..
uuaivi, jtiac!s. uiu juiiu
WRIGHTS INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS
And oil Bilious Complaints.
fcilfo to ak., Imlna purely vrcctablu ! Iioi;tLIl.
7lo M hij, fit) urUKUia.
MAKE NUW UIOII BLOOD,
An4 will completely chaugo tho blood In thocn;
tiro gybtem lu tlirw) inontlia. Any iwrwm wlio will
tiA-n nun ntn eurti niLht. from onu to twelvu weeka.
may uu reauruu w nuuuu ncanu, n dui.ii iuiuk i
LS1UIO. tOT Cunilu ri'lliuto Vliuiiuaiiua vi.Q
lliu linvn nn ivillAI.
I'hysldans use Uicm In tliel
prilcuM. BfllJ everywhere, or sent by mall tori
cents In htaiiu. itoqil for painnlilet, I. 8. JOHN'
bON & CO,
lionuju, Mi,ii. upr o
i not, life U sweoplni; Dy, (,'
' and dare before you dl
nomeiolm.' muuty and au
llmu leavu behind to conpucr
time." ii a week you own town, V outtlt tree,
Nn rink. KrurvtlitDir new. Oat 1'ul not renulred.
We will f urnlali you everyUiluir, Many uru maklni
fortune, Laaiea make an inuuu aa men, auu uuyi
and Klrla make creat pay. Ituader, If you warn
reai pay, ituauer, li yuu wauv
t you can make great pay all Uia
irtlculara to 11. iullxtt Co.
Deo. 8, 'ea-lv, '
ouuuesa ui, wuiuu ;
time, wrltn for par
DPMOinMCK'11 f-'OMH lilts ON any dl
i liiUlUnU iw.wouuu, or injury,
K. BCIIAt.I., court Iloube, Norrlatowrii, To.
AGENTS Wanted K&Jr'tti
iMk.t iclllnf hv, Bt'tdrdtvclywlili fSttiiihb1,
t-n4Hj. Mrn uatwni-w,iiuu., cmiauriw, ra.
June KMy mo
ON 30 DAYS' TRIAL.
TllltllIUllIKlrcO., Manual, Mich,, wl.l
netid lilt. liYK'S (JKt.KIIIIATKI) KI.K 'TKO-VOI
TAIO llKl.T-1 and KI.KUritlU Ali'UANUKS ml
trlnl for J il ij A to men (voutitf cr o il) who aro nl
flloted Willi NrrvoiH Iiohlllty, Vltalltv, end
kindred (luunln", guaraiitc'-iiig nin-.-.l viinil crun
pictiiipstoriit'nn .nicallhiind liiimv (Irf r. Ad
iliejs as hImvu -N, H --Nn nik Incurred, uh :nl
TV h y una mti fa
w i. i i i.i.tjit.iriiv.
(.! fcl II MM l-ltlir.
ll Ullll I .till! I.I
s . l.ti:()llAl 1. Mh.dl.rrliM.O,
Every Estey Organ
Sold is made jj
throughout with I
Equal fidelity, and "
Yields unrivaled tones.
Bend for Illxtttraltd Catalogue,
Melbratedl Clliiidlriiig, Imm
And other first class Pianos, and a large lot of
B All! JO Si,
laid! eyeu'vtlfiBBGLjir Iqq USae Music line.
FIFTH STORE BELOW MARKET STREET,
mm MAIM WB AM
MeMy TJa Bq Tike Might
of Spring Clothing
Ps and WorkiiittiiHliip,
to lie llu
Also a Very Suporior Lino of Gents FURNISHING GOODS
for Spring and Summer.
THE LATEST AND NEWEST Sl'UINU STYLES OP HATS,
Just Received, at
the Popular Clothing Store of
I). LO WEN BERG.
! INLAID FRENCH WALNUT CASE ORGAN, 1) STOPS, $90 (JAS1I.
EiiNy Terms. SutiNluctloii Guaranteed.
IB A. COUNT'S FIA.lSrO "WARE ROOMS,
MUSI0 HALL HLOOK, WIT,1THS.BA KKTl va
A w.'ek mado nt homo i y tno industri
ous. Ileal, uuftjness now beforo the
public. LMpllM hoi iiL-eoed. Wo will
en, women, uoys and glris
30. women, uovs and elrik
wanted ovorj where to work for us. N6wlJl)Io
time. You cm work In spare tlmo, or glvo yodr
whole tune to tlio business. No other business
will pay yuu nearly as well. No one can fall to
make cuormoux uy, by engaging at once, Costly
ouillt and ternm fr. e. ilorniy marjo fast, easily,
ar,d honorably, Addtesg TiiPR At Cq. A urruata.
Maine. ' )eo, 8, WAy, '
OF 'II IF.
By EDWARD BHIl'PEN. Medical Director, II, a N.
A Thrilling Pictorial lllStory of the Woild's great
Sua Fights, with specimens of Naval Architecture
ofalluges. Arceordot WondTlul Exploits mora
Inteivstlngthuu llclloii. 1'ileo only .l. It Bells
a I ' i, MilVowywhere. Mako rioo,oc) per
Aulvn I motlL AddrcusJ. c. Mcouitov 4:
CI., Va WW, 1,
Thoro is no Baking
Its qualities, Medicinal and Culinary, guarantee Health
Every buyer should
Select an Organ
That guarantcca good
Every dag work and
Years of service.
J, ESTEY & CO., Brnttlcljoro.Tt.
dl lew Em!
ople aro always on tho
ooKuut ior cuances to in
'reae f hlr earnlncrH.anil in
who do not Improvo tUeif unpoitunltles remain In
poverty. Wo oirer a great chanco to make money.
We want briny men.' women, b .ygiand iflrla tn
woik fcruSrlfhtln th own lootlllle". Anyone
can ao I he work profwt jrfrom (.he first fctrt. Tho
uuBiurs wui par moro y an ten umes ord nary.
moro y an' ten
wairi'U. Ennenelvo out
ieps vo nut l lurnlH bed frea, Nn oim
JW ";. Nil OI((
I ft) rnnhpv rnnfrl v Vnn
who engages falls mm
pan devote yuurulio'o maktotho work or only
your spam moments, Ftluio'l InfQrraatlmandai
that Is needed ssut froe, Allrni sn kson Co
Portland, Maine, l)eo, , 'Bj.ly
lenced men can hoon le.irn the business. Address
J. 1', I.KCMRE, HRIllllTON. N. Y.. (0110 mile cast I
tit 1 mil. out tr v 1 -i
V 4kWiV9VJ 41 tij
il May, 1BIU4W,
Powdor equal to ilio
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
flSlaBainBl KaKnffifl I
PENNSYLVANIA KAILHOAD. 1'HII,.
L AIIKU'IIIA lIHIKll, it. D1VIHION AND
In cffccl Slav
14Ui, 1SS3, Trains lcaoKun.
9.85ft. m Hea
and Inicrmrdlalo Btntlona, I.ancoster, I'luiadeP
puiu, nuw iuihi Kuiuiiiuiuuuu i nMiiiiirion, ar
riving at riilladclphta a.is p, m. ; Now York, o.w
ill. ; imiiuuuiu, o.uj u in, , tTuaiiiution e.4l p.
. maklnir cloao connections nt riilladelnl.in mr
all eea sliore points.
1.63 p. in,
,. uay express tor unrrlsburir and In-
ions, uineasier, rniiadclpliin, New
York, imiumoro ana
Philadelphia i.'JJ p. tn.
llaltlmoro, T.la p. m.; Washlnirton, 8.40 p, tn. 1-ull.
man l'arlor car throuRli to i'lilladclphlu and pas-
4' U IT 1UIK,
p. m, :
scngcr coaches through to rhlladolphlaand llaltl.
8.so p. m. Wllllamsport Accornmodallon for
llarrlsuurg and nil Intel mcdlato stations, tjui
caster, l'hlladolpula and Now York, arriving at
Philadelphia if.r.5 n, m.s Now York o.ao a. in.
Weeping car accommodations can bo fccured at
llarrlsburg for Philadelphia and Now York. I'hlla
dolphlapasscngcrscanicmaln In bleeiwr undls
turbed until 7 a. in.
1.03 a. in. Krio Mall for llarrlsburg nnd Inter
mediate mnttons, Lancaster, Philadelphia, New
York, llaltlmoro and Washington, arming at
Philadelphia T.co a. in. t New York, ll.vo a, m, :
llaltlmoro 7.40 a. in.; Washington, o.iu a. in.
Through Pullman sleeping cars nro run on this
train to Philadelphia, llaltlmoro and ashlngton,
and through passenger coaches to Philadelphia
CM a. m. Erlo Mall for Eric nnd nil Intermediate
stations with through Pullman Palace car mid
through tiasscnger coaches to Krlo, and through
Pullman I'alaco cxrs to llullalo tU Kmporlum,
For Cauandalgua and lutcrmedlato stations,
Hochostor, llurialo and Niagara Falls, will!
through Pullman I'alaco car lo Cauandalgua and
through passenger coaches to Rochester
1.05 p. in. Niagara Express for Kano nnd Inter
medial stations with through passenger coaches
to Kane. For Canandalgua nud principal inter
medial stations, Rochester, liunalo and Niagara
Falls with through parlor car to Watklns and
through passenger coaches to Rochester.
6.S5 p. ui., Fast lino for Lock Haven nnd interme
diate stations, and Elmlra, Walklns nnd Interme
diate stations, with through passenger coaches to
Lock Haven and Walklns.
TUUOUCW TRAINS FOlt SUNHUIIY FROM THE
EAbT ANU SOUTH.
. . Nlarira Ktnron toivos
Philadelphia, 7.tn a. m.; llaltlmoro 7.80 a. m ar
riving at Huubury, 1.03 p. in., with through I'ull
man Parlor car from J-hlladelphla and through
passenger coaches from Philadelphia nnd Balti
more. Fast Lino loares Now York s.oo a.m.; Philadel
phia, 11.03 a.m.; Washington, s.30 a.m.; lialu
moro. 10.43 n.m.. arrlvlnff at Sunimrv. s.ai n ,n
mm luruugu pjuager uoacnes rrom Phlla
Erie Mall loaves New York S.00 p. m.; Philadel
phia, ll. so p. m.; Washington, o-rso p. in.; llaitl
more, 11.15 p. m., arriving at Sunburn, o.ii a. m.
with tlirough Pullman Paiaco sleeping cars from
Philadelphia, Washington nnd llaltlmoro and
through passenger coaches from Philadelphia.
SUNUUIIV. IIA7LKTOH WtLKKj-UAHIIB RAILH01D
anu North & Wkst Bkakcii hailwav.
Man nasi leaves Hunoury 0.45 n. m.. nrrHlnir at
Uloom Furry 7.41 n. m., Wilkes-barro 9 so a. m.
Kxnress Kastlcates Stinhnrv s.n.i n m nrrt.Hnn
at liloom Ferry c.31 p. m., Wilkes-barro 8 lo p. m.
Mall esv leaves Wilkes-barro io.eo a. m., arriv
ing at liloom Ferry 12.WI p. rn.,Sunbury la.ss p. m.
Express West leaves W'likes-larro 6 so p. ra. ar.
riving nt liloom Ferry 7 07 p. m , bunbury 8.05 p
VI1A9. JJ. t'Ulill, J.K.WOOD,
Oen. Manager. den. Passenger Agent.
pHILADELPHAAND READING BOA t
ARRANGEMENT OP PASSENGER
Juno 20, 18S2,
TKAINS LEAVE KDPKKT AS F0LL0W8(6CNDAT
For Now York,Phlladclpbla,Keadlng,rottaylUo
Tamaqua, c, 11,45 a, m,
For Catawlssa, 11,45 a. m. 4 to and 7,30 p. m.
For Wllllamsport, 0,15 s,50 a, m. and 4,o p. m.
TUAIHSFOK nnPEBT LEAVE A8 FOLLOWS, (SUNDAY
Loavo Now Y'ork, via. Tamanend 9,oo a. ta. and
via. Bound Brook Routo 7,45 a, m.
Leave Philadelphia, 9,45 a. m,
Leavo Heading, ll.ta a. m., 1'ottsvllle, ia,88 p. a
and Tamaqua, 1,35 p. m.
Leavo Catawlssa, 0,10 B,40a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
Loavo Wllllamsport,9,45 a.m,v,oo p. m. and 4,30 p. a
Passengers to and from Now York, via. Tama
nend and to and from Philadelphia go through
vlthout cliango of cars.
J, E. WOOTTEN,
CO. HANCOCK, noral Managerl
General Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Jan.io, lssi tf.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
p.m. p.m. a.m.
a.m. p.m. p.ra
8 4 '2
.. West Plttston
...... Avondalo ...
7 40 12 42
7 33 12 25
7 20 12 15
7 21) 12 00
7 13 11 47
T 09 11 411
7 05 11 32
67 11 10
0 CI 10 CS
0 43 10 60
6 37 10 44
IS 10 22
0 10 10 OS
0 04 10
p.m. p.m. a.m
, . . . W. F. HALSTBAI), Sunt.
8iperlntenrtpnt's onice, scranton, Feb. 1st, S6f,
0FAUL PLANTS, FOR ALL CROPS,
,t rwn uuiiviHlto,
wo are tho nwont mruicr, largest need Br.
rr and luvebt need ileiilers auyttheret hencq
Imo uriatobt f adllllca for jiroducliuj Hot Seeiln
.11 our Se4li art inttil, and only tho boat f cut out.
Ojr .lnnualCiidlorju. and iVfetZljl brings Till!
li.K.I.!.-Vri:sT w.r.u KToni: in tiiii
Ultl.ll TO YOUIt OWN DOOlt. It In.
cluilea all ths dcairablo new and etandard varietlCH
r.f Flower, Vrertablo, Field and Treo Secda, and
PlatiU Sent l'lti:i; to any address.
HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. Soodsmon
llo&ealcr, N. Y. uud Clilcago, IIL
PAYNE'S I O Hnrnn Rn.Trlr.Arrostlnc
j'li'rlablo Eu.'jinu ha cut 10,000 ft. of Michigan Vine
Jloiml in ill umr, burnliijj eluba from (119 saw u
Our to Tlorte in Ouarantu to'fumlah powtr to
sow 8,000 foi t of Hemlock Jlo.irda In 10 hour. Our
IS Uoiuuilt cut lO.VOOfitt In ajuie time.
wur r.nginea ure ouahantkeu iu
furnl.h a bonc-K)wvr on H le
fuil and water tlmn any other En
pine not tilled with an Automatic
uuiuu. j you want a nuiiiouv
glne, jjoncr, i-ircu.
lar Snw.MIlt, bliortinr or l'iiuc)J,
i-li icr cut or iiddiirt:a J'aiini
rt'roitfM lrou l'illliy, m'ud fur ouf
lllrt.lrutnl ratalngue, No.
lururmfltluii aim price. 1 '
lUy. TAYNR & HONS. , a
" Jau.ts, 83lyt
I WIM, rUAiit, IITvIM, w
IjOTTA.H U it. l..t tJ.r1iio. fur
tUfwf iLu I rvrruJ,I u UMiaoaiiir
Tuwutt I dil ioj wm lu tb tit I of
VlcO IKS 0 i ,it-liuiii.ti:AKLhw.r.,i,.jlr
'IaILHTV v it? All I fM'Tti 141 ltruauu k fitfunwrt,
7 ,T' --tj'llA"M1'Mf'':ilJr j-VMr-'ry