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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
A t(i of miro gold will mako Bomo
tiling over $(102,7f)8.
Notlitsrn Ohio is lmiily I'ligagert with
nn exceeding heavy wlicnt crop.
' Tho city of Kllznbulli, onou thu cnpl
tal of Now .Toi-.4oy, owes 7,0Dl),000,
nnd la bntikrupt.
Tho estate of tho Into cxChlof Jus
tico Shnra'wood footsiip .$13(!,000 onlv
SIO.IIOO of which Is real estate.
Tainted salt moat Is tho result of
salting carcasses whilo in n frozen ooti
dition. Nails may bo driven into hard wood
if thu points aro first dipped in la' d oil
A toas-poonful of charcoal taken in
half a glass of water is often effectual
in curing fiiok headache.
Liver should bo placed in hot water
boforo cooking, after being sliced thin
and then broiled or fried.
A dubious assertion via Kansas Is
that Mrs. A. T. Stalwart has given $,
000,000 for an entirely freo college in
It is well to bruih tho under crust of
pics with tho white of an egg before
tilling with fruit, to prevent soggl
uess. Half an ouueo of Peruvian baik,
half-an ounce of powdered myrih, and
one ounce of powdered charcoal niako
a most refreshing tooth powi'er.
If washerwomen would rub their
hands and anus with dry salt immedi
ately after finishing work it will tako
out thu soda atid prevent bad effects
How sadly true it is that in nine
cases out of ten a man's domestic re
lations would bo all right if his wife's
relations didn't mako them all wrong.
"I'm saddest when I sing,1' lamented
tho poet, but if ho could have sung for
S.j,000 a night he would probably bo
the saddest when ho couldn't sing.
In tho Iowa town of Traer, tho City
Council posts a list of drundards in
ovory saloon, and orders tho keeper
thereof to sell no drink to any of
Logic sometimes halts. It does not
always follow that the man who cats
figs is therefore seedy, nor that tho boy
who cats nates will grow up an alma
w non a urummer loses tno sack in
which ho carries his samples you may
very properly say mat no lias io9t ins
Arrow root is recommended as tho
thickening for custards and sauces of
all kinds, both for puddings and for
meats. It is proferro tod com Btarch
by many, on account of tho flavor.
The prospects for an abundant fruit
crop along tho cast shore of Lake
Michigan, in tho noted "fruit belt1" are
are said to bo unusually flattering,
large yield of peaches is expected.
Prof. Sanborn has conducted a series
ef experiments wnich prove conclusive
ly that it takes moro corn to mako a
pound of pork when the hogs were al
lowed to run at largo than when they
were confined in tho pen.
Skimmed milk is one of the very best
articles of diet for laying hens, and, so
lar as tuey can use it, it can bo put to
no more profitable use. Mixed with
wheat bran it makes an excellent feed
for growing chicks.
There does uot seem to bo any feasi
bio way of getting rid of tho rose bug
oxcept by hand picking. Tho rose
slug is another depredator which should
bo kept under by dusting tho plants
wuii powucreu hellebore
Gcorgo II. Corliss, at whoso works
in Rhode Island the big Centennial cn
gme was ount is Minding tho engines
for the first cotton mills to bo erected
It may bo kuown but Santa Fe. Now
iuexico, is twelvo years older than nt.
Augustine, Florida, settled in 15G5.
Santo Fa is about to celebrato its three
hundred and thirty-third anniversary
ana uas iu,Oi inhabitants.
Gen. Phil. Sheriden will find
house waiting for him, when, next fall,
no goes to Washington to succeed
Gen. Sherman as head of tho armv,
Some of his admirers have bought him
a $13,000 house on Rhode Island ave-
nuo, and will present It to him.
A figuro gatherer states that tho
Meihodists of all branches in the Unit
cd otates number about 4,000,000,
while tho Presbyterians of all kinds
uumber about 3,000,000 and tho Bap
tists of all kinds about 2.000.000. The
Rowan Catholics aro estimated at about
0,000,000. being tho most numerous
sect in tho country, and about equal to
tho Methodists and Baptists in point of
numbers aro tho Lutherans, who in
Pennsylvania led all other churches.
A dwpatoh from tho city of Mexico
lho government has ordered troops
w oo sent, to vno now gold dig
gins in iiOwer uuuornia lor the urecer
vation of order. Tho prefect of the
territory has been ordered not to admit
locations-until ho receives instructions
from tho federal government. The
richness of lho diggings is officially
Tho eastern iron manufacturers hav
called a meeting of all manufacturers
ot bars, rods, bands, hoops, ovals,
plates, sheets and other shapes of extra
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nun aim sieei association at l'liliauel
plan, tho thud Thursday of Juno, for
tho purposo of arranging, if possible, a
now schedulo of prices to conform with
tho changes niado by tho now tarff
liiosiaio rronimtioii convention on
Thursday of last week nominated th
following ticket : For Governor, For
dinand oouutnaclior ; lieutenant govor
nor, II. T, Ogdon ; supreme iudire,
short term, 0.0. Payiioi supremo judge
long term, D, O. Montgomery ; clerk of
tho supremo court, .1. II. Ueachford
attornoy general, J. Yv. Roseborough
auditor of tho state, Gresham Leaso
treasurer of the state, V. M. Whiting
state commissioner of oomimn schools
II. A. Thompson j member of tho board
ot public works li. cjnizon.
Tho national agricultural buroa
average conaition of tho winter wheat
orop is 75 per cent, against 83 per cent
in May, and states without referenco to
tne loss ot area by plowing up. Th
Illinois agricultural bureau statos that
oil of 2,01)0,000 acres seeded to wintor
wheat in that state, 878,000 acres have
been mowed up. lho outlook of (wiu
tcr wheat grows worse as tho season
advances mid a conservadvo estimate
places tho shor'ago nt 1 25,000,000
bushels. Tho national bureau reports
.5 per cent, iucreaso in tho spring wheat
area. Under mojt lavorablo circum
stances this would make tho total croi
of spring wheat only 120,000,000
bushels, 5,000,000 less than tho cstimat
ed shortage in winter wheat.
A Veteran Benefactor.
is I'A.ir un:, 1'kikknt pianiS, anu miiatiii;
HVS H RAY VJKON A HUFJKM'TI' VT ASTONISH
New York Times.
Nearl v', fort v vearfl ago a voting man,
f unusual endowments, began to mould
ubllc opinion upon a subject of vital
mportniice. Like nil pioneers, his
any clloits wero iinsuccesstni, imt ins
ability and tho value of his work soon
won public confidence, and to-day thcro
is not a village or hamlet in lho country
that has uot been influenced by Dr. Dio
Lowis, When, therefore, it was learn
ed yesterday that ho contemplated the
establishment of a largo magazine in
this city, lho fact was deemed so impor
tant that a representative of this paper
as commissioned to sco him and as.
certain the truth of tho rumor.
Dr. Dio Lowis is a gentleman of six
ty years atid weighs two hundred
loutids. withsnow-wlnlc luurand beard,
but probably tho moat perfect picture
of health and vigor In tho metropolis.
Ho is n living exponent of his tiachings
and notwithstanding tho nmoiint of
ork ho lias already done, promises
till greater activity for years to come.
He received tho interviewer most court-
oubU', and in reply to a qncxtion
"It is trno I havo como to Now York
to establish n monthly magazine. I havo
come here for the same reason that I
ent to Boston 2.5 years ago. Then
Boston was tho best platform in tho
country from whichto speak of educa
tion. Now York has now become most
hospitable to progressive thoughts, and
especially so to movements on behalf
of physicial training.
1 havo reason to know the great aim
abiding interest of tho American peo
ple m this subject. They have como
to realize that the future of our country
pivots upon our physical vitality, and
especially upon tho vigorof our women.
My new magazine will bear tho title
Lho Lewis s Monthly, and be devoted
to Sanitary and Social Science. I hopo
through its piges to inaugurate a new
"Have you not written several books
on tho subject t"
Yes, nine volumes, and some ot
them liko 'Our Girls,' published by the
Harpers, havo had an cnormoti3 circu
lation, but the best work of my life I
shall givo tho world in the new maga
zine. Forty years of skirmishiug ought
o conclude with ten year3 ot organized
"Doctor, what is tho occasion of this
now interest in health questions?'
'It has come through suffering, which
seems the only road to self knowledge.
Tho stomach, heait, kidneys or liver
fall into trouble, happiness is gone, and
then people give attention to their
"Which of these organs is most fre
quently the victim of our errors ask
ed tho lteporter.
"Within the last few years diseases
of tho kidneys have qrcatly multiplied
When I was engaged in practice, thirty
live and lorty years ago, fserius disease
of tho kidneys was rare ; butnow dis
ressingly frequent and fatal."
'lo what do you attribute this great
increaso ot kidney troubles T
"To the use of stimulating drinks,
ndultcratcd food and irregular habits of
"Doctor, have you any confidence in
tho remedy of which wo hear so much
now-a-days, "Warners bale (Jure T
"1 believo in tho ounce oi prevention,
athcrthan in a ton of cure."
"But havo you noticed the remarka
ble testimonials of Warner's remedy V
'1 have, and coin ess that they have
puzzled and astonished me. Tho com
mendations ol proprietary medicines
usually como from unknown persons
residing in back counties. But I seo
n our most reputable newspapers the
warmest praise of Warner's Safo Cure
from Collego Professors, respectable
ihysiciar.s, and other persons of high
ntelhgence and character. To thrust
such testimony aside may be profes
sional, but it is unmanly. No physi
cian can forget tlirt valuable additions
to our Materia Medka have sprung
from just such sources. I was so im
pressed with this cloud of witnesses
that I purchased somo bottles of War
ner's Safe Cure at a neighboring drug
store, and analyzed one of them to seo
if it contained anything poision
ous. Then I took three of the pre
scribed doses at once, and found
there was nothing injurious in it. I do
not hesitate to say that if I found my
kidneys in serious trouble, I should use
this remedy, because of the hopeless
ncss of all ordinary treatment, and "be
cause when a hundred intelligent and
reputable poisons inito in the state
ment that a certain remedy has cured
them of a grave malady, I choose to
believe that they speak tho truth.
"liut as you may know, my great in
terest in life lies in prevention, lor
forty years I havo labored in this field
Ono of tho phases of my work in New
England was tho establishment of the
Ladies seminary at Lexington, Mass.
My aim was to illustrato tho possibili
ties in tho physical training of girls
during their school lifo. This institu
tion becamo before I left it, tho largest
and most .successful oetninary for
young women owned and managed by
ono person, in our country. 1 sat dowu
to dinner every day with a family of
two hundred persons. Tho remarkable
results ot this muscle training among
girls, wero given in my paper published
in tno worth American JCeuieio ol A)a
"Besides I established tho Normal
Instituto for physical training in Bos
ton, and lor ten years was its President
and Manager. Dr. Walter Cliaiining,
nr. l nomas noskins, l'rolessor Leon
aid, and others wero among its teach
ers, and more than four hundred per
sons wok its diploma and went out into
an pans oi tne land to toach thu nuw
school of gymnastics. And now tho
years left to mo I proposo to devote to
too magazine which 1 havo como here
to establish. It will be tho largest pe
riodical over dovoted to this field of
literature, and will present the hundred
and ono questions of hygienco with tho
simplicity of n child's talk. To this
end all so-called learning will bo sub
ordiuated. Tho magaziuo will bo more
or less illustrated, and will strive to
reaoh a high place in tho confidence'
and Hearts ot tho people, in n tew
weeks, our first number will appear,
aim wo snail iomiiy nope tor it n hear
lho facts above narrated are indeed
most important. It is gratifying to
know that the lifo long experiences of
a gentl man who stands without a peer
in successfully uemoiiBirating tne prin
ciples of hygiene i whoso heart hns a
ways been in sympathy with tho afflict
od, and whoso brain has ovor been'
active iu planning for their
relief, nro to be given to tho pub
no through tno pages oi a magazine,
And it is specially Higuitiuat mid proof
positive of rare merit that a propriota
ry medicine, oven with such high stand
iug as Warner's Safo cure is known to
have, should bo endorsed and rucom
mended by a man so able, so rejiuhibhi
and of such national renown as Dr. Dio
Manufaoturo of (hues.
The manufacture of canes is by no
means thu simple process of cutting lho
slicks in the woods, peeling off lho
bark, winding dowu tho knots, p.iiitl
papering tho rough surface, and adding
a touch of Varnish, a cuiiotisly carved
handle or heat), and tipping thu ends
with a ferule. In tho sand flats of
Now Jersey whole families support
themselves by gathering nannebcrry
sticks, which tltby gathered in tho
slvamps, strnlghten with an old vise,
steam over an old kettle, and peihaps
scrapo down or whittle Into size. These
nre packed in largo bundles to Now
York city and Bold to tho cauo factor
ies. Many itnpoitcd sticks, however,
havo to gothrough a process of straight
ening by mechanical means, which are
a mystery to tho uninitiated, ihey nro
buried in hot sand until they becomo
iablo. In front of tho heap of hot
sand in which the sticks are plunged is
a stout board from five or six feet long,
ii.mmi ui. jui iiiiiu iiiuiiuuu its iiiu m ui Io
nian, nnd hnving two or moro notches
i ..!.. 1....1: i ... ...rt..i..
cut in the edge. When the stick has
become perfecly pliable tho workman
places it on ono of the notches, ami,
bending it in an opposito direction to
which it is naturally bent, straightens
it. 1 hus, sticks apparently crooked,
bent, warped, and woi thless nre by this
simple process straightened i but the
most curious part ot the work is
observed in tho formation of tho curl
for tho handlo of the canes which aro
not naturally supplied with a hook or
knob. The workman places one end
of tho cane firmly in a vise, and pours
a continuous stream of fire lioin a gas
pipe on the part which is to bend
When sufficient heat has been applied,
tho cane is pulled slowly and gradually
mound until the hook has been com
pletely formed, nnd then secured with
a string. An additional application of
heat serves to bake and permanently
fix tho curl. Tho under part of tho
handlo Is frequently charred by tho ac
tion of tho gas, and this is rubbed down
with sandpaper until tho requisite dc
grco of tjinoothues is obtained.
Voisoning Destructive Insects.
There is no question that Paris grCcn,
properly used, may be employed to kill
nearly all noxious insects which tako
their food in solid form. Tho precau
tions to bo obsered are, not to poison
tho wrong animals or human beings ;
not to injure the crop to which the poi
son is applied i to givo enough to kill
tho depredators and to allow time for
tho rains to wash it off, Ono great
advantago is that as tho quantity of
poison is nearly in proportion to tho
bulk of the animal, the minute propor
tion which is fatal to small insects has
no effect whatever on a man, who
weighs a hundred thousand times as
much. Yet wo would not advise any
one to swallow this minutest portion
and it is not indeed necessary in any
case. Tho smallest dose of arsenic
safely administered by a physician,
would be instantly fatal to a multitudo
of small beetles. A statement has been
published in some of the papers, that a
cultivator protected his grapevines f i om
tho rose bug by applying the same mix
turo of Pxris green in water that he
used for potatoes. A second applica
tion was made after the rain washed
off the first. It completely cleared the
vines of tho rose-bug and tho vines
were unhurt. Tho same water mixture
nav bo used for the squash and cucum
ber bugs, only about half as strong, or
else it will injure the young plants.
Far insects which suck juices instead
of eating solids, it is of little or no ac
count. Two-Horse Load of Toothpicks Daily.
Where do tho toothpicks como from?
A Maino newspaper states that tho ht
tlo town of Sebec, at tho outlet of
Sebec Lake, Piscataquis county, in tho
interior, has ono of tho best water-
powers in tho State, but has never
been fully developed. A tocthpick
factory there is doing a largo busines,
using over a thousand cords of poplar
and birch wood annually, turning out
two horse load of toothpicks daily
and employing twelvo or fifteen girls
and eight or ten men. A letter from
tho place states what tho newspaper
omitted, that "tho toothpick mill gics
mplovment to as many girls as can
afford to pack a hundred boxes for
twenty-five cents, and feed them
selves." This seems very small wages
for women, but board is cheap there,
and probably mauy of them board at
home, and would bo unable lo earn a&
much otherwise. Tho little stream
was dammed and utilized for a fulling
mill, grist mill and saw mill sixty years
ago ; later for a shingle and clapboard
mill, and moro than lorty years ago a
woolun cloth manufactory was erected
there, which within the past year has
proved a failure, the company offering
tilteen per cunt, to tho creditors.
If Burdette were a Mule
No wonder tho mule is a kicker.
Were 1 a mule, love. I, too, would
kick. Every time 1 got a chance I
would lift Boracbouv Higher tlian a
kito. I know just exactly what kind
of a mulo I would be. A baby mule.
One of these sad eyed old fellows that
lean back in tho breeching and think.
With stripped legs like a zebra. And
a dark brown Btreak down my back,
and a paint brmh tail. Atid my niano
cut short, and my foretop banged, and
a head as long as a Hour barrel, and I'd
uo worm two nunureu ami a nun in
any market and I'd wear a Hat harness
and no blimlers, anil some a ay, wnen
somo man hitched mo up to a dray,
and idled on a ton and a half of pig
iron, a cord of wood, b!x barrels of Hour,
a good load of household goods and
steamboat boiler. I would Htart off
with it patiently and haul it steadily
until 1 got to the ton ot tlio grade on
the now road around North Hill, and
right about there ami then a falling
maple leaf, fluttering down in a spark
of gold and crimson, would scare mo
all but to death, and tho authorities
would havo to drag tho Mississippi
river six weeks to find all that load and
somo of that driver, while iu three min
utcs after tho cineuto I would be Iran
fiuilly browsing on tho grassy heights
tli at smilo above tue silver llowing riv
cr. That is tho kind of a mulo I would
John Milton, received less than $100
for ''1'aradiHO Lost, out John L. bum
van received more than SlflOO for
pitching iu a base ball game.
Bomo clover satirist has discovered.
that tho reason men succeed who mind
their own business is tiecauso there is
so littlo competition.
A man by tho name of Shakhauds
John died recently in Nevada. He was
not a politician, us many might lule
from his name, but only an Indian.
Queen Victoria had plenty of stirgi
cal attendance upon her injured knee.
but uoiiu of tho doctors had wit
euotigh to preicnbo court plaster.
Hoar this, nil yo people, and givo ear
all yo invalids of lho world, Hop
Bitters will make you well nndiejoice.
2. It shall curu all thu pcnpluand put
sickness and suffering under foot.
3. He thou tint afraid when your fam
ily Is sick, or you havo HrightV disease
or Liver Complaint, for Hop Bitters
will euro yon.
I. Both low nnd high, rich nnJ poor
know tho valuo of Hop Hitters for bil
ious nervous and Jiheuntalic com
plaints. fl. Cleanse mo with Hop Hitlers nnd
I shall havo robust and blooming
0 Add iIUikvh) upon d!so:no and let
Hie worst come, I am Mile if I iho Hop
l'or nil my llfo have I lion plagued with tick-
a Hothatki-cni'lli IiUImiim from uclilnz from
HheumatUm nnd NeurnlKln, with Hop Hitlers,
9. Though thou lust sores, pimple, freckles,
suit rheum, erysipelas, blood poisoning, jctltop
Illiters wilt remoiv themnll.
10. What woman H there, teehlo nnd sick from
female complaints, whode-ilrtlltnot health and
useth Hop Hitlers and ts mint ifvll.
11. lit tint neglect to use Hop Hitters lirlngon
serious Kidney nnd I.lver complaints.
IS. Keep thy tongiio from being lurred, thy blood
pure, and thy stomach from Indigestion by using
IX All my pains nnd aches and disease go like
chart before, tho Mind when I Uso Hop HUtcM.
14. Mark lho man who trn. nou7 dead nnd
Ktvenunby tho doctors after using Hop Hitters
and becometh well.
15. Cea.se from worrying about nervousness, gen.
oral debility, and urinary tiouble, tor Hop Hitlers
will restore you.
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases of tho Kidneys and
It Una poclflo action on thia mot Important
organ, enabling It to throw off torpidity nd
intcUon, tttraulaUiy? thohoilthy MCMtlonof
Uio nac, nnd by keeping tho bowels In freo
condition, cSoctlnc IU repilar discharge.
nfldlciricta malaria, havo tho chUla,
Wort will auroly lolieveanduulckly euro.
In Oao flprinc to doanso tho eyfitcm, overy
ono ohould UVo .1 thorough courao of It.
U. BOLD BY DRUCCIST8. Prlcotl.
5EVER FAIl i
A SPECIFIC FOR
EST EPILEPSY, SPASMS,
CO'HYULSIOHS, FALLING SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS DANCE, ALCIIOHOLISM,
' OPIUM EATIHG, SYPHILLIS,
SCROFULA, KINGS EVIL,
U2LY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
KEiTOUSIiESS, SICK HEADACHE,
r.iiU'jATISH, NERVOUS WEAKIiESS,
Chlifi WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
K1DO TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
"F"$1.50 perbottle at diuggists.Sac
Tt3 fr. S. A. Rldmoid Mtd. Co.Jroprietors.
Dt. Tcaoj?!!., (I)
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"fflu .. .rtnl, KcwYcrlc.
ORT GRAPE WINE.
Used In tho principal Cmirclic3 tor Communion
Excellent for Ladies and Weakly Por-
J It,. A 3 " I
S3ns ana ins Ageu.,
Spcer's Port Grope Wine
F0 Ull YEAIiS OLD.
IlIIS CELEI1I1A.TED N.VNVB WINK 13 mado
from the- lulco of Ilia Ooorto Umbo, ralwd In
tula country. Its Invaluable
Tonl: and Stronsthenlnj Properties
urn nnanrnruupri hv anv other Native Wine. HO
Inpthn nurn iniert or the (iraDo. nroduced under
air. npoer a ovn persouiu auperviaiuu, iiuiih
and trrtniilnpnpMi. nn, irti.ir.inleed. The vouncest
child may partaka of its generous qualities, and
tue weaken invalid use It to advantage, it is par
ticularly benetlclal to tbe aged and debilitated,
and suited to the varloui ailments that affect the
weaker sex. It Is In every respect a. winktu
JP. JT. Sherry.
Tho P. .1. HllEllliY Is a wine of Huorlor Char
acter, and partakes of the rich iialltles ot thu
crape from which It Is male. Kor I'urlty, Men.
uess, Flavor und Medicinal I'ropertlos, It will bo
P. JT. ISi'iiiidy
This UltANDV standi unrivalled in Ibis Country
being far superior lor meaicinai purposes.
IT in puhg distillation irora me yrape.anu con
tains valuable medicinal nroDertles.
rrapes, from which It 1 distilled, and Is In ureat
avor union k' nrst-clats families.
Heo that tho Blirnature of AU'IIED Sl'UElt. I'as.
il nas a ueiiLMiu nuvur. nun nr iu mat ui mc
saiu in. l . is over liiu cuik ui eaeti buuie.
3 BY O. A. KLEIM.
AND 11V DHWIUISTH EVKIti VUEUK.
Sept. !i, VI, 1-y
Tho richest, creamj
, Purifies the blood.
Liner sue r.ianey an-
Aettei. bent Dt man
ion receipt oizocii,
In Doitaae ilamDi.
IpdcVeui DEAN & RAPE, Wholesale Druggists,
Not. 47 4 43 N. it St., Philadelphia.
June My aid
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Household Sewing Machine,
Estey Sewing Machine,
GenuitiO Singer Sewing Machine,
Singer Pattern Sewing Machine,
Attachments, best Sewing Maclitno oil, and Nee
dles tor till dewing miiOMini's, sowlnit .Machines
sold on monthly payments- Liberal discount
made fur cash. Every machine purchased from
me lq warraniedtoba kept in good running order
tor nvo years free or charge, nnd tborouirh In
structions given by the best lady operator In this
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stock of machines before purchasing.
World. h Mtdlcal Director SIIIPrSH. U. S. N. Arlrlrm
rami ffrarrilc TictnrUI History of the viral Sea nahts of ti
J.tMcv;UKUVo(V.o.(03ai.neMnui I miatKirtm, ra.
ALWAYS ON HAND
AT THIS OFFICE.
That is what a great
many people are doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month they
The only sure remedy
yet found is Brown's Ikon
BiTTKhS, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
cm iches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, drives out
disease and gives health and
This ii why Brown's
Iron Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent fevers, &e.
ao3 S. Paca St., Ilaltimore.
Nov. a8, lESi.
I was a great sulTerci from
Dyspepsia, ami for several
weeks could cat nothing and
was growing weaker every
lay. I tried Brown's Iron
Hitters, and am happy to vay
I now have a goou appetite,
and am getting stronger.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
MAKE HENS LAY
An EnglHh Veterinary Surtfoon arid Chemist
now traveling In this country, sirs tint moit oi
lha Home and Cattle l'owders sold here aro worth
less trash, lie says that Hberldin's Condition
Powders aro antolutelvnuri and Immensely V ilu-
able. Notii ng on earth will uuku hm lay like
Hherldan's cjndlt on Powders, nose. 1 toasnoon.
ful to 1 pint fold. Sold everywhere or sent by
mail tor leiter-siamps. i. a, .hiun-son c uo..
H03TON, mass. an .ian xatu-iy,
SLVKK NEW HIGH 1JL00I),
And will eomnletelv chamre tho blood In the en
lire system in inreo inoiuiin. Any person n no win
I ake ono Dill each nhrht from one to twelve weeks.
may uu rebuireu iu miuiiij iie.11111, 11 ut:u u iiiiiik
jxibfclble. l'or curluu Kemalu Complaints the)
rms navo no equal, rnybieians u) ineui in iiieir
practice, sold every where, or sent by mall for 25
tcnis in stamps, rt'iiu ror iianipiuei. i. b. .iuii.-v
bO.N x CO, lioiton, Mass. npr n
not, life 13 sweeping oy, iro
and dire before on dio
fomotulni,' mighty and u b
lime leave behind to connuer
time." igj a week you own town. (3 outnt free.
We will furnish oueverithlnir. .Mauy are making
fortunes, I adieu make us much as mn, and boys
and clrls muke great pay. Header. If sou waut
norisK. Hveryiuinir new. uai nai noi reuuireu,
business at which you can make great pay all the
lime, wrii'i lur particulars iu u. uau.KiT x. uu,
Portland, juaine mc, s, w-iv.
ojdn.wdsp 3uiHLMa.iii( .iicinq Siijijco
ui iijoiii jiiiu r.8ujuu.u jjoip 01
11 l'U U'.tt SuiijmlJi jo i?ti
pijnq sapauil nu puu
oj 08 'bUjuiwa
'ri.lllJ.IJ A01,lll JIIIU J)0(l
'VM. llJ,0is loioiiji,jiiii.ioo,r
'St,!l1lU0IV 'SHIP'S ''ls' 'M,ll!lH 'wood
ON 30 DAY'S TRIAL.
TIIK VOI,TW('IIKI,TCO.,Mtrjhi!l. tlfh , wl.l
send IIK. liYK'S CKI.KtllU I Ul) Kl.koTltll VUI
1'AIO llal.TS illul M.la Til.C' AI'1-MANf.'Kl on
li'al firs d.ijt lo lucu (voiitigur u d) viiu nru ,ii
flictii! Willi MervuUt Detlllly, Lust Vllnltt.v, i.l.d
klouriil UOUblO", giMriinii't'lng Bpu"d'Hnd coin
P'eto intoMtUiii ot iieiillh and lu'imj t t. Ad
drei an Uwv.. -v u -No risk Incurred, a o
days' trlil In lUhmd'
I'eb. th -or r
f,1 MEDIATELY t
70 niu'rt o,ii,k turn to
ir-n ii l i;i.i;iiiiai'II v.
IHMiil all nil! Hill irniir-
Willi Iriliji, 'n rlllll'IKlt 111
Every Jistey Organ
Sold is made
Equal fidelity, and
Yields unrivaled tones.
Send for Illustrated Catabgue,
(elelbrate d Oil a
& P((mmII, md New ling
And other first class Pianos, and u large lot of
1 mm ilt MtoI
B ART JOS.
Ami e very th Sang- in the Ifl'iisie line.
FIFTH ST0HK BELOW MARKET STREET,
Mendy Tq Ma TM Might
TMING WWW W&W!
St vie, (Jimlilv,
Iglis1 and Workmanship,
to De the
Also a Very Superior Lino of Gents' FURNISHING GOODS
for Spring and Summer.
THU LATKST AM) NEWEST SlMUNti STILES (IF HATS,
Just Received, at
the Popular Clothing Store of
D. LO WEN BERG.
FINE INLAID FHUN0H WALNUT CASE OUGAN, ! STOPS, $00 DASH,
Ensy Terms. SatlMluctluii Giinraiitpil.
iB-A-aoisrs npi-isro ware rooms,
MUSIC HALL ..LOOK, WSLKHS-BARUB, PA
A week made at home ty tno industrl-
oua. Rest business now before tho
public. CApllal not needed, Wuulil
Mart YOU. Men. woman, bovu and irlrU
wanted everywhere to work torus. NowislUo
time. You can wotk In spare time, or givo your
wholo time to the business. No other business
will pay you nearly as well. No ono can fall to
make enormous pay, by engaging at once. Cosily
outnt and terms fri-e. Money made fast, easily,
and honorably. Address Tni'K & Co , AugiiBta,
Maine. Dec. b, i2.ly.
mm INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS
And all Bilious Complaints.
bttfo to lake, lielng purely t egetable no crUihi -'.
J'rlWHixuta, All firuggUk "
Tlioro is no Baking
Its qualities, Medicinal and Culinary, guarantee Health
Every buyer should
Select an Organ
tFtiat guarantees good
JEvcry day work and
Years of service.
J, ESTEY & CO., IJrnttleboro, Yt.
ii e I vBr ii img,
Tl TTCi T71 Fp16 aro Mwnys on tho
V I N. H lookout ror chances to in
V f L kJ 1 li f!lft5 ,b' ,r earnlngs,and In
ii -ri- --J inp become wealthy! those
who do not linpiovo their opportunities reniatu la
poverty, Wo oiler a ureat plianoo to muko money.
Wo want many meu, women, b s and irlrls to
workforusrlehtln th own looilltlei, Anyone
can do tho work propeeirfrom tho llrst Btrt, 'lho
business w ill pay moro y an ten times ordinary,
wages. Kxpenslve out thurnlslied tree. No one
who engages falls to fit fe money rapidly. You
can devoio your hola mak to lho work or onlr
'n"nt.n- Kttmeil information and al
,1'J1l''l,' e?entfre. 4 Utiu Sri nson to Co
Portland, Maine. Deo. 8, '8.)y
"THE nesT IS CHEAPEST."
BimrncN I nnEOnEnO ciorerUallera
i"i'loiuiclliiua.) IVrlltfuf l'K.ulllua,l'anirJdi
iimr J mil
Powdor equal o ilio
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
PENNSYLVANIA KAIMtOAD.. Will..
I AUKM'IIIA A UllII5 1t.lt. DIVISION ANii
KOUTIlIiltN UttNTItAI. UAILWAY.
In erfect, May
14th, 1883. Trains IcavoSun.
0.35 a. m Sea Slioro Kxprcss for Harrlibui
nnd lnterrncd ato Slat ous. IJinoimcr. p iiiarin
nhla. New York, llaltlmoro nnd Wnslilnctfin. nr.
riving nt l'lilladelplila 3.15 p. in.; N ow York, n.jo
p. III. , Duiiiiiiuii-i u.w i. in. , MniiiuKiuu o.iu n
m , makinB close connections at Philadelphia tor
all tea shore points.
1.63ti. in. bay express for llarrliuurrr nnd In.
tcrmedlato Matloni, iJincastrr, l'lilladclplna, New
York, iMItlmorn nnd Washington, nrrtvlut' at
Piiiiailninnla7.iun. m.i Now York. In.ss . m .
llaltUnore, T.15 p. m.i waahlngton. 8.40 p. m. PullI
man Parlor car through to Philadelphia nnd pas-
sender coaches through to l'hlladelpiilu c
i ana U.ilU.
8.20 p. m. WUIIainsport Accommodation for
Ilarrlsdurg and nil IntennedlaU) stations, Un.
caster, I'ldlndelpnia and New York, arriving at
Philadelphia a.55 a. m.j Now York o.!i n. m.
Sleeping car occommodatlons can ho secured at
Ilarrlshurg for Philadelphia and Now York. Phlla.
dolphla passengers can lomaln In sleeper undis
turbed until 7 n. m.
2.05 o. rn. Erie .Mall for Ilarrlshurg and Inter,
mediate stations, Lancaster, Philadelphia, New
York, llaltlmore and Washington, arriving at
Philadelphia 7.50 a. in.: Now York, ll.sOa. in. :
llattlmoro 7.40 n. m.i Washington, mo n. m.
Through Piillman sleeping cars nro run on (his
train to Philadelphia, liaitlinora nnd Washington,
and through passenger coaches lo Philadelphia
d.'iS a. m. Krlo Mall for Krlo and nil tntcrtiudlalc
sljitlons with through Pullman Pnlaco car und
through passenger coaches to JJrlo, and through
Pullman I'alaco cars to llutlalo via Emporium.
For Canandalgua and Intcrmcdlalo Matloni,
Rochester, Hulfalo and Niagara Falls, with
through Pullman Palace car lo Canandntgua and
through passenger coaches to Rochester.
1.05 p. in. Niagara Express for Knno and Inter
medlalo8tatlons with through passenger coaches
to Kane. For Canandalgua and principal inter
mediate stations, Rochester, Dunalo nnd Niagara
Falls with through parlor car to Watklns and
through passenger coaches to Rochester.
tt.'H p. m., Fast line for Lock Haven and Interme
diate stations, and Elmlra, Watklns and Interme
diate stations, with through passenger coaches to
Lock Haven and Watklns.
THItOUail TRAINS FOR SHNllUHY FROM THE
KAbT AND bOUTU.
Nttjara Exprosi leivoa
Baltimore T.30 a. in., ar
. rn.. with thro'jeh ('mi.
Philadelphia, 7.10 a. m.:
riving at Huubury, 1.05 p. i
man Parlor car from Philadelphia and through
passenger coaches from Philadelphia nnd Haul
more. Fast Lino loar es New York 8.00 a. m. : Philadel
phia, 11.05 a.m.; Washington, t.3i a.m.; Haiti
more, lu.45 a.m., arriving at sunbury, 5.3i) p. m.,
with through pasisnger coaches from Philadel
phia und Baltimore.
Erie Mall leaves Now York 8.00 p. m.; Phlladel-
lnia, u.zu p.m.; wauington, ) p. m.; liiltl.
more, 11.15 p. in., arriving i
. Suahdrr, O.'ii
wuu ui ougu ruiiman rai
Plilladelpliu, Washington and llaltlmore and
through passenger coaches from Philadelphia.
'alaco sleeuliiL' cars from
NUUKY. UAZLETOn ILKES-IUKltE ItAILHOAP
nd Nohtii West Hiuncii Railway.
Mall East leaves Hunbury 0.45 n. m., arriving at
uioom rerrjr 1,41 11. iu., w uKes-oarre v w a. m.
Express East leaves Sunbury 5.33 p. m., arrlMng
t Hloom Ferry 6.31 p. m., Wllkos-tiurro 8 10 p. m.
igat Uloom Ferry H.m.p. m.,Sunbury lii.55 p. in.
Express West leaves Wllkes-barro B.30 n. m. ar
iuau esi.ieueti i iiKcs-uiirro iu.nu a. m., urriv-
riving nt Dloota Ferry 7 07 p. m . Sunbury 8.05 p
CI1AS. E. PUOII, J. It. WOOD,
uen. Manager. Oen. Passonger Agent.
piIILADELPHAAND HEADING EOA 1'
ARRANGEMENT OF TASSENGEB
May 37, 1858
TBAIKfl LE1TK nOPIKT AS 10L10W8(8CNDAV
For Now York,rhlladclphla,Ueadlng,rottBVlllo
Tamaqua, ic, 11,45 a. m,
For Catawlssa, 11,45 a. m. 4 to and T,so p. m.
For WlllIamsport,,l5 8,50 a. m. and 4,o p. m.
T11A1N8F0K KUrSUT HATS AS FOLLOWS, (B0HD1T
Loave New York, via. Tamanend 0,00 a. ra. and
via. Uound Brook Itouto 7,45 a. m.
Leavo Philadelphia, 9,M) a. m.
Leavo Reading, 11,53 a. m., Pottsvlllo, 18,39 p. m
and Tamaqua, 1,35 p. m.
Leavo Catawlssa, e,lo 8,40 a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
Leavo Wllllamsport,,45 a.m,i,oo p. m. and 4,so p. in
Passengers to and from Jow York, via. Tama
nend and to and from Philadelphia go through
without change of cars.
J. K. WOOTTKN,
C. Q. HANCOCK,
Qenoral Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Jan. 10, 1881 tt.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
p.m. p.m. a.m.
i 43 9 45
a.m. p.m. p.m.
9 so 3 lu
.. West Plttston
10 26 3 02
7 46 13 43
7 S3 12 25
7 n If 15
T 20 12 00
7 13 11 47
7 09 11 40
7 05 11 33
6 51 11 10
6 tl 10 63
6 45 10 50
6 IT 10 41
6 13 10 'i t
6 10 10 (M
6 04 10
Cameron . .
p.m. p.m. a.ra
, ...... W. F, HALSTEAD, Sunt.
superintendent's onice, scranton. Feb. 1st, 16S.
Ernd for ft CATALCCUC& PRICELIST.
MlRARfl SIBLEY & CO.
ROCHESTER N.Y. CHICAGO ILL,
. U.I03 MAIN STREET. 200-203 HsndolphSt.
A is Feb9-ly
PAYNE'S I O Horso SparK-Arrostlnu
Portable Eiwlno haa nit JO.OU0 fl, of Michigan I'lim
i.i ir I ima" huriilng daba from lliu mw I"
Our 10 pom wi Ouaranlu to furnish powar to
aw 8,000 foct of Hamlock Ilourda In 10 hour. Our
it Uornt tcllt cut K.UOO f,it in nine lime.
cur r.ngiaea aro nuaiUNTiau i"
furnlrii a homc iMjwtr on i leu
fuil and water than any other Kn
glne not lltied with an Automatic
Cut Off. If you want a Stationary
or PorlaUo Knglne, Holler, Clrcu'
lar HUW-.MIII, bliaftmg or puiii-jn,
uiirr ra.i or meuuaria jaunt
f rought-lron Pulley, imd for put
iit-triUcO1 pataloKVie,' rNq. li, tut
fonuatlou und pilcca,
l, W. I'AYNI & SONS.
. Corning, N.V. Box ltr.
Jan, B, Ef-ly(
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