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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTS', PA.
The Different Methods of Cultivating the
Tlicro Is much said about the sever
al methods of cultivating the- Mrnwbur
ry, some peojilo adopting 0110 and mi
nother wny, and If well attended to
tlioy all Heem to do well enough, hut
boiiio evidently hotter tlinn otliurs. Dor
instance, sonio jicreist In planting after
tho hill system, tlio plants quito wide
apart. This is popular with some gar
deners, tnoru perhaps that It is bo little
followed, and regarded as more "scien
tific" than from nnv particular ndvan
tago to bo derived from it. It certain
ly requires moro labor In constantly
cutting away tho runners as fast as
thoy appear, while It gives a better op
portunity for tho weeds to get along.
Then there is the row system, which
is moro popular than the hill. The
plants are set about fifteen inches apart
in tho rows, and tho rows two feet
apart or a little more. This plan also
admits of being hoed between tho rows
and tho plants in tho rows, and the
runners nro likowiso cut away. Tins
necessitates, like tho hill system, a good
deal of oxtra labor, but yields general
ly a good crop of large berries.
Another and better wny, we think,
is setting tho plants in bed of any form.
Some prefer the tisuil square or oblong
garden bed, divided by walks a foot
wide, or in long narrow beds, occupy
ing an entire border or sido of an or
dinary sized garden ; tho plants to bo
set about fifteen inches apart each way.
But few weeds tnako their appearance,
owing to tho plants filling up all the
space ; and such as do appear should
bo removed by tho hand. Should the
plants become too much crowded, thoy
must bo thinned out. In this way,
while as laigc berries arc obtained as
in any other way, if not to a greater
extent, tho beds remain in good bear
ing fully twico as long, inasmuch as
that while tho other methods contiuuo
bearing from tho old stools tho bed
can supply itself with vines, by remov
ing tho old ones of a portion of them.
We have had beds to contiuuo to make
full yields ior fivo or six years, and for
never less than four, when properly at
In setting out the strawberry it can
bo dono either in Bprinj, or fall ; if in
the fall tho first week in September is
preferred, but many persons anticipato
this by selecting tho last ton days of
summer that is, from tho 20th of Au
gust, bpi'iug planting will insure a
full' yield tho following year : while
August and September planting cannot
be depended on for even half a crop
TUB VOM.OW1NO STATEMENTS AltK PUII
l.tSIIRt) POK TUB IIKNKF1T OF TI1K
l'UIIMO HI'.AU AND HB-FI.F.CT.
Tho mils of Home
ACCIDENT 1N9UKANCB MOST nKQUlItF.I) llf
THOSE WHO NEVKK THAVEU
"I consider that I
"Warner's Safe Cure.
F. 1). Randolph,
Jersey City, 2V. J. 203 Jewctt Ave.
Tho man in the ticket ofiloo said i
"llavo an accident Insiiranca ticket.
owe my life to nlso 1"
"No," I said, nfter studying tho mnt-
torovcr n little. "No, I bcllovo not ( I
am going to bo traveling by rail nil
dav to-iiav. However, to-morrow I
"I hnvo used ciiiht bottles of War- don't travel. Give mo ono for to-mor-
"ner's Safe Cure, and honestly beliovo row."
"it saved my life. The man looked puzzled. IIu said:
A. V. Carlisle, ' Editor, Clarion. Ht it Is for accident insurance, and
Carlysle, l'a., Feb. 2nd. If you ar? going to travel by rail"
"If I am uolnu- to travel bv rail. I
"I was olvcn up by my physicians to nha'nl need it. Lvlnir at homo In bed
"die with dropsy, but Warners Safe i tho thing 1 am afraid of."
"Cure restored me." I had becu looking Into , this matter.
1). E. McCarthy, Last year 1 traveled 20,000 miles, id-
Virginia, Net). Chronicle. I most entirely by rail t the year before,
1 traveled over 26,yuu mile, halt ny
"Three bottles of Warners bate SCa and half by rail ; and tho year be-
"Lure cured me ot severe burning r0ro that i travel u in the neighbor
kidneys, especially at
J. M. Mcndcll.
"Fivo bottles of Warner's Safe Cure
"cured me of a very severe case of kid
V. H. Semple,
Clerk American House.
hood of 10.020 miles, exclusively by
rail. I suppose if I put in all tho little
odd journeys hero and there, I may say
1 have traveled UO.UUO miles durum the
three vears I have mentioned. And
never nn accident.
For n cood while. I said to myself
every morning : "Now I have escaped
thus far, and so tho chances are just
that much Increased that 1 shall catch
it this time. I will bo shrewd, and
"Warner's Safe Curo saved my buy an accident ticket." And to a dead
"uifn'n life when tho best doctors and moral eertninlv I drew u blank, and
"mineral spiings of the country did her WCnt to bed that night without n joint
no good." J. B. Woodruff. I started or n bono splintered. 1 got
nmsled. Conn. tired of that sort oi daily bother, and
fell to buvincr accident tickets that
"I had enlargement of tho heart, were irood for a month. I said to mV'
"which was pronounced incurable, and sef, A man can't buy thirty blanks In
'1 wbb oitcn tnougni to uo nying, uui 0no bundle
"Warner's Safe Curo and Safe I'll
"stored mo to health.
Hast Jlochcster, 27. II.
lint 1 was mistaken. There was
never a prizo in tho lot. I could read
of railway accidents every day tho
newspaper atmosphere was foggy with
t.lii'in : hut somehow thev never came
"Owing to tho high temperature of my way. I found I had spent a good
"the room in which I worked I con- deal of money in tho accident business,
"tracted a terriblo cold that produced mid had nothing to show for It. My
"serious kidney disorder. Warner's suspicions were" aroused, and I began
"Safo Cure restored me to health."
Exeter, N. II.
"Warner's Safe Curo has saved my
"bov. Doctors pronounced his tho
"worst caseol llnghtH Uiseaso iney -result was astounding, 'the peril lay
"ever saw. K. a. mien, 'not in traveliuc, but stavinir. at home,
Editor Macoupin County Enquirer, 1 hunted up statistics and was amazed
(Jarlmmlle, Jus., Marcu isc. ,to hnd that alter all the ciarine news
paper headlines coiicci-nifltr railroad dis
"I was treated by Doctors Agnew tasters, less than 800 peop:o had really
to hunt around for somebody that had
won in this lottery. I found plenty ot
people who had invested, but not an in
dividual that had over had an accident or
made a cent. I stopped buying aeci
dent tickets and went to ciphering. The
without very careful setting out and af- "and Webster, of New York, who pro- Host their lives by thoso disasters in the
i a "nounced mo alllicted with .unguis preceding twelve months, the trie
ter attention, bv liberal mulching, as
protective against tho hot suns that "disease. I was bloated exceedingly,
generally piovail at that season. But "but Warners bafo (Jure, I venly be
wo havo known fine crops to bo raised "hove, saved my life,
from fall planting and it is contended Geo. C. Ste
that sucli crops may generally bo in- Aouta JVoncalc, uonn.
aured bv this extra attention. Ilowev-
er this may really be, this season for "I had kidney disorders, indigestion, ,that tho Erio was an immensely long
planting has become very popular and "rheumatism and lumbago for three ;roadi uid did moro business than any
is pursued by a majority of export "years. I grew worse and felt as though ;other line in the country j .so the
road was set down as tho most murder
ous in the list. It had killed forty-six
'or twenty-six, I do not exactly reinein-
ber which, but 1 know the number was
double that of any other road. But
!tho fact straightway suggested itself
growers. The soil tor the strawberry
ehonld not be very moist, dug a good
depth, and enriched highly with well
rotted barnyard manure. Tho plants
should contain plenty of fibrous roots
and should be set no deeuei than to
cover tho roots and then the
ground pressed rather firmly around
them. Mulch well and keco clear of
'a hundred pound weight was dragging doublo number of killed ceased to bo a
"down my liver and kidneys, war matter of suipnso,
"Mur lnntli My Miirylmul."
'? 'Pretty wives Ana
"My farm lies In a rather low and mtna.
malic situation, and
"Was n very pretty blonde I"
Twenty years ago, beenmo
"Withered and aged I"
lleforo her time, from
Malarial vapors, though she muilc no
particular complaint, not being one ot tho
grumpy kind, yet caused mo great uneasi
"A short time ago I purchased your rem
edy for one of tho children, who had a very
sevoro attack of biliousness, and It occur
red to mo that the remedy might help my
wife, as I found that our little girl upon re
"Her sallownets, and looked ns fresh as
a now blown daisy. Welt tho story Is soon, I
old. My wife to-day has gained her old-
lime beauty with compound Interest, and
Is now a? ImmUonio a matron (if I do say
It myself) as can bo found In this coilnty,
which Is noted for pretty women. And I
havo only Hop Dlttirs to thank for It.
"The dear creature lust looked over my
shoulder and says, 'I can Hatter equal to
the days ot our courtsUlp,' and that re
minds mo there might bo more pretty wires f
my nroiucr larmcrs wouiu uo as I nave
Hoping you may long be spared to do
good, I thankfully remain,
Most truly yours,
C. L. James.
Beltsvlllc, Prince George Co., Mil., )
May 20th, 18S3. j"
WANTED. Ono Lady or Oontloman
lawn, 23 a week and expenses.
,AMK MOAN I'll IMS UNO. CO.
i-4-4m 17 ."Norm renin hi,, rnnnucipnia, i n.
In 970 mod newspapers sent troo. Ad-
p. HOWFLL& co., lospruce St., n.
March iww r
Safo Cure has fully restored
Albany, IV. Y.
Du Novel I es.
By further fitrurint; it appeared that
between New York and Rochester the
.nu ran eigni, ii;is3uiijii--i muiiis uuuii
wny every day sixteen together and
carried n daily average of 6,01)0 per
sons. That h about 1,000,000 in six
months, tho population of New York
eitv. Well, tho iirie kills Irom ttnr-
"Previous to a year ago I was se
"verelv afflicted with kidney diflioultv
weeds. At tho annroach of winter "Mv back ached, rav urine waa "sudsy.
cover lightly with long stable manure "and I was in a bad way. 1 had tried teen to twenty-three persons out of its
or straw. Before setting out the plants "various remedies, but only with tempo- 1,000,000, in six months; and in the
in tho fall, select from vour old beds "rary relief, until I began tho uso of I game time 13,000 out of New York's
strong young plauts as soon as thev "Warner a bale Uure, three bottles ot 1,000,000 died in their beds 1 My flesh
are largo enough and arc sufficiently "which, with the Safe Pills, effectually crept ; my hair stood on end. "This
rooted, say the latter part of July, and "cured me, and I have not had an at-1 is appalling," I said. "The danger
transplant to a cool, well prepaicd bed, "tack since.' llenry iioenm,
where they will speedily take root and Cleveland, U. uaptain oi rouce,
crow rapidly and afford extra good
plauts forsettingout threeor four weeks "Ior years I have had excruciating
after, and produce a tolerable crop the "pams in the small of my back and was
following year. Germantoion 'Tele- "not able to raise fiom bed or bo in a
qraph. "sitting posture. Tho doctors claimed
"that 1 was suttenng trom spinal (lis
isn't, travelling by rail, but in trusting
to thoso deadly beds. 1 will never sleep
in a bed again."
1 had figured on considerably less
than one-half the length of tho Erie
road. It was plain that the entire road
must transport at least 12,000 people
every day. Thcro aro many short roads
The Hayes Hennery.
HOW A POWEItPUI. MINI) MAY CIIICHM
VENT A NEST lllDElt.
Tho fact of Mrs. Hayes going into
tho hen trade is no reflection upon her
husband, and he is a great help to ner,
as ho was when she was president
Thoso who have visited Fremont say
they do not know what the lady would
do without Mr. Hayes. He knows all
tho hens by name, and can tell at a
jsdance which aro tho best providers of
eggs. There is, perhaps, no man in
tho country who is a more successful
hunter of hens' eggs than Mr. Hayes.
A hen cannot deceive him. tio seems
to know instinctively when a hen has
put up a job to go off Bomowhere to a
retired spot and "steal her nest," as tho
saying is, and he watches tho hen. IIu
does not follow the hen directly as
somo less brainy man would do, and
thus arouse tho suspicions of the decep
tivo fowl, but seems to go off tho other
way, though his eye is upon that hen.
It is said to be an interesting sight to
see a hen wnndering off down among
"ease, and I never expected to leave I running out of Boston that do fully as
"mv bed again. Though having no much ; a great many such roads. There
r J '., Cf.. i .1 . .. .1 .1 .
"iiopo ui reuuei, uiui-i o omo uuh i mo u ireui inuny ruuuti bcuuuicu uuuut
was recommended tome, wnicu i the Union that do a prodigious pas-
"commenced taking, and eight bottles
'havo made a permanent cure.
No. 28 Thirteenth etrcet,
Chicago, Feb. 28A.
senger business, therefore it wns fair to
presume that nn average of 2,500 pas
sengeis a day for each road in the
country would bo nbout correct. There
aro 840 railway lines in our cnuntr),
and 84G times 2,500 are 2,115,000. So
"About two years ago I resorted to 1 the railways of America movo more
"tho use of Warner 8 tsafe Uuro, tuk- than 2,000,000 of people every day
"ing in all thirty-two bottles for kid- 050,000,000 of people a year, without
"ney and urinary affections, and it has counting tho Sundays. They do that,
"proved a complete success, and radi- too there is no question about it
"cally cured tho pain in my back. A though where thoy get tho raw materi-
i.i i f.l.- ... fi ..J! 114 I , . , , , .1 t
"lauv oi mis coiiiuy, uuomirmeu iiivuuu ni is clear neyonu ine lunsiiicuon oi
"for three years past, with what the my arithmetic : for I have hunted the
"doctors hero said was internal cancer, census through and I find that there
"beyond all skill and hope, m tho Uoc- are not that many people in tho United
"tors opinion, has been raised almost
"from tho dead by the use of ninJ hot-
"ties of this excellent medicine.
J. II. Hudson.
Altoona, Ta., Feb. 27th.
The Out-Door Peddler Should Go.
States, by a matter of 010,000,000 at
tho very least. They must uso some
of the same people over again, like
ban i'rancisco is one-eighth as popu
lous as New York : there aro sixty
deaths a week in tho former and 500 a
week in tho latter if thev havo luck.
That is 3,120 deaths a year in San
Francisco, and eight times as many in
tho hen disappears and goes under a
bush and lays an egg. It is then that
Mr. Hayes gives play to the mass-
ivo brain that ho has constantly oon-
coaled about his person. Ho makes no
memorandum, but keepa in his head
the location of every such nest. Some
men would go right to the hen, catch
her in tho act and accuse her to her
face of duplicity and doublo dealing,
Tho out-door peddler cornea ringing
Mm irwwplmrri lumber f-ltinlcinrr nnil our door-bells ami poking Ins head in
hml through tho vestibules, refusing to bo Now York say about 25,000 or 2G.O0O,
no thought of deceiving her benefact- dismissed peremptorily, whereas he I Tho health of tho two places is tho same.
r nnrl Mr Hnvna u-nlkinrr tlm other ought to be arrested for ringing the I oo wo will let it stand as a tair pro
U7.iv wl.istlinfT "We'll nover inks tliu door-bell at all. 'I hero ought to be I sumption that tins will hold good all
umter till tlm well rnnu drv." !inil not some more legal way to stop tho street I over the country, and that consequently
appearing to notice tho hen. Suddenly peddler's career. Of courso any sort 25,000 out of every 1,000,000 peoplo wo
ging," but tho cut-door agent invades I to one-fortieth of our total population.
rights that makes it questionable Une million ot us, then, die annually
whether his vocation is honest or lion- Uut ot this 1,000,000 ot us, 10,000 or
orable. 1 12,000 aro stabbed, shot, drowned,
A man's houso is his castle ; and I hanged, poisoned, or meet a similar
really no human being has a right- at I violent death in eomo other popular
his door-bell except on boiiio legitimate I way, such as perishing by kerosene
errand, recognized as proper by tho oc- J lamp and hoop-skirt conflagrations,
cupant of tho houso approached. Be-1 getting buried in coal mines, falling off
but Mr. Ha, es is not that kind of a sides, door-bells cost money, and the Housetops, breaking mrougn ctiuron or
, wiu.il ill., lion nnniM Imelf tn poddier lias no earthly right to Hasten lecture-room noors, tawing paieni meui
the hen houso he does not show any 1,10 wear anu lem" 01 "io uoor-ueu. ernes, or commuting suiciuo in otner
irrn nf plinm-in tn tin. linn Tine not Housekeepers that aro worthy tho name forms. Tho Erio railroad kills from
look at herns muoh as to say, "I am tak0 80,110 Pr'de ' keeping their door- twenty-three to forty-six tho other
,.i,i in,itf' lint t mnta steps clean ana go to consiuerauie ex- 00 rauroaus Kiiian average oi ono-
Uut tlm innm na nnv nllinr linii.tli.in PCOSO tO keep ttlCm Clean. JiUt tUO Ml-
disarming her of all suspicion that her lidnt peddler soils the steps as well that 1,000,000 amounting in tho aggro-
hellish plot is discovered. But the as wears out tno door-bell j is oitensivo gate to mo appauing iiguro oi otw,-
noxt day, after the miserablo hen has ' ordered away ; thinks this is n tree
lni.l l.r .o,.n...l nn.l .mnn nujnv.tlm COtllltrV, add POlSlStS III Ills Invasion Ot
nv.nrm . nut rn In in l.naf. mill tflkPH I H'u III llililliHB u. IIK.IV uim ml mu
ono ot the oggs, and so on each day, Bacreuness 01 one s own nouio.
Alt in nu i-AUUDU lllilt lliu fi,iiii.i ima
vegetables, or subHcriutiou books or
tooth-picks cheaper than thoy can bo
bought at tho stores. It cheaper tlwy
nro apt to bo inferior and in many cas
es deceptive and unfit to uso. And
cheap or dear no mere trilling advan
tage of this Hurt can compensate tor
the perpetual annoyance and wrong of
tho hou, who is not good at mathemat
ics, thinking sho is laying up treasur
cs where neither moth, nor rust, nor
cx-nresidetits doth corrupt. After a
hen has laid a dozen cr bo eggs thus,
mid beirins to think of Betting, nlm
looks at the n suit of her hbors, and
decides that it is the wmk of an inoen-
tlinrv nnd irives up tho pib. the. ex
proident is said to be one of tho most i mstivei peuuiers protession
expeil Hen iieteuilveH
mid Mis. Hnves wnul
him for the world. J'ecVt Sun
731 corpses, dio naturally in their
You will excuse mo from taking an
moro chances in thojo bods. The rai
road aro good enough for me.
And my ndvieo to all peoplo is
Don't Btay at homo any moro than you
can help ; but when you have got to.
stay at homo n while, buy a package
of those insurance tickets and sit up
nights, l ou cannot bo too cautious.
rOni) can seo now why I answered
that ticket agent in the manner record-
There js n good old fnhy story of a
gill who received from tho good peo
plo the marvellous piopcrty of drop;
ping peoils and diamonds from her lijis
whenever she spoKe. This fairy gift
has found a rival in a recent present to j
in.t l'n o ot a ii-ii. mane tn sunn g"iu,
studded with rubies, which, whenever
it opens Uh mouth, pour" coius ot v li
lt seems ed at the top of this sketch.
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111 this Clllllltry I W'eiu UUHIIt IU un nil IIIIIIIIIUIUIJ I l nu lliuiui ui Ulin i;uuimui-iiiuii ii,
il n. t b without against ih" out-door podd er, and that that thoughtless peoplo grumble moid
ine leiimi'eiy, iio-iioiuiug policemen uiau is imr itmiui raiiruau manage
could not lo holier employed than in
proti eting tho homes of the people
ngumxt this impi-rlluetit Invasion.
A lecent advertisement reads as fob
lows ; "If the gentleman who keeps
the bIioo store with n red head will re
turn the umbrella of a young ladv with
whalebone ribs and nu Iron handle to
the slate-roofed grocer's shop he will
menl in the United States. When wo
consider that every day and night of
tho year full 11,000 railway trains of
various kinds, freighted with life and
armed with death, go thundering over
tho laud, tho marvel is, not that they
kill 300 human beings in a twelvo
month but that thev do not kill 301)
times 300. Mark Tiealn.
Ihb Emperor Louis Napoleon pmoked
only the nneKtclfran the world could pro
duce. I-rof. Ilorfford nays the Emperor s
ciKra wero mado apcclallr for htm In Ha
vana from leaf tobacco trron n In the Ooldeu
licit of North Carolina, tills belnir the nucat
leaf CTOwn. niackwelPs Bull Durham
Rmolilni? Tobacco la made from the same
leaf used In the Emieror'a clirars. Is ahso.
lutely puro and Is unqucaUonably tho best
tobacco ever offered.
Thackeray's rifted daughter, Anne, In
her sketch of Alfred Tennyson, In Ilarper'i
IfonrAy, teUa of her vlalt to the gTeat poet
She found liun emoklnir BLackwell'i Hull
Durham Tobacco, sent him by Hon. James
Russell Lowell, American Minister to the
Court of St. James.
In these daya of adulteration, Itlsacom
fort to smokers to Jtso. that tho IluU Dur.
ham brand Is absolutely pure, and made
from the best tobacco the world produces.
Dlackw ell's Bull Durham Smokiug To.
btcco Is the Ittt and puroit made. All
dealers have It. None irenulno without
the trade-mark of the Bull.
Is n highly concentrated extract of
Sarsapnrllla and other blood-nurlfylup;
foots, combined with lodldo of l'otaa
eluin anil Iron, nud Is tho safest, most reli
able, and most economical blood-purifier that
can be used. It Invariably expels all blood
poisons from tho system, enriches and renews
tho blood, and restores Its vitalizing power.
It Is tho best known remedy for Scrofula-,
anil all Scrofulous Complaints, Erysip
elas, Eczema, lllngwonn, lllotclics,
Sores, llolls, Tumors, and Eruptions
of tho Skin, as also for all disorders cauted
by a thin and Impoverished, or corrupted,
condition of tlio blood, such as Kheuinatlsm,
Keurnlgla, Kheuinntlc Gout, General
Debility, and Scrofulous Catarrh.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured.
"Arm's Sarsaparilla lias cured mo of
tho Inflammatory Ilheiimatlsin, with
Widen I havo sulforcd for many scars.
Durham, la., March 2, 18S2.
Dp. J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists ; $ 1, six bottles for SB.
KIPNEY DISEASES Q)
llscanae It sets on the I.IVCII, II01VKLS and
KlU.tETS at the same time.
TlAoinaa it oleanaea the system of thevolaon.
oua humora lhAt davelone In Kidney a.ud Uri
nary DUeaaes, Dlliouaneas, Jaundice, Constipa
tion, Files, or ta Haeuraatism, Neuralgia, ner
vous Slaordera ana an remaie umpuiau,
Vr&oui) rtiuur vtr hub.
jlj causing VHEE ACTION of aU tho crsana
and functions, therebr
CLEANSING tho BLOOD
reatortna; tho normal power to throw off dleease.
TH0U8AND8 OF CASES
of the wont forms of these terrible dlseaaea
have been quickly relieved, and in snort umo
feice, i. LiqviD on imr, sold vv duvkists.
Dry can be aent by mall.
WELLS. MCIUUIDSOH It Co., Burllneton, Vt.
8 8n4 lump for inuf Almanac lur isBt.
PORTUGAL GRAPE WINE
Uhtl'iniMKNTEI) OIlAt'E JUICE.
Vscdlntho principal Churches for Communion.
Excellent for Females, Weakly Tcrsons and tho
'(I AI)VUItTIr:iW.-Lowist IUtesforndver-
iSpeer's Port Grape Wine!
FOUR YEARS OLD.
mlllS CnUillllATKl) WINE 13 tho puro Julco of
I tho dead ripe Oporto (impe, raised In speer's
vineyards, its Invaluable,
Tonic and Strengthening Properties
nro unsurnassed ur any other Wine. Heine pro
duced under Mr. Speer's own cnonalsu)crvlslon,
us purity anu genuineness, are unrantceu uy tno
principal Hospitals and Hoardsor llcaltlnvho havo
examined It. Tho roundest child may partako ot
It, nnd tlio weakest Invalid uso It to advantage.
It Is particularly beneilclal to tho nged nnd
debilitated, nnd suited to tho various ailments that
affect tho weaker sex.
It is in every respect A wink TO UK ItELIED ON.
Spoor's Unformented Qraps Juico-
Is tlio lulco of tho Onorto Oranes nrraarved In
tiojiuku.uu umi, snn:i niuivuiibimn iiuui lliu
press Uy fumigation, thereby destroying tho cxcl-
u-r oi lennuiiiaiiini. it ispcnectiy pure, irco
from spirits and win keep In any climate.
Is a dark rich, medium Drr Wlno used br tho
ealtliy classes aa a Tablo or Dinner Wine, and by
pnyhicians in cases wucro a ur wiuo instead ot u
sweet port Is desired.
Spoor's (Sooial'te) Olarat.
Is held In hleli estimation for Its richness as a
Dry Tablo wine especially suited for dinner use,
Speer's P. J. Sherry.
Is a wine of Superior Character nnd partakes of
tho Hell qualities of tho grape from which It Is
Speer's P- J. Brandy.
is a ruin'. urHiiiuuuu iruiu me Kiupi-, unu
stands unrivalled In this Country for medicinal
It has a peculiar flavor, simitar to that of tho
grapes fromwhlcli It Is distilled,
8co that tho blgnaturo ot ALKIIED SrEEIt, Pas
saic X. J., Is over tho cork of each bottle.
SOLD BY C. A. KLEIM'.
AND 11Y DlttiaaiSTS HVEIi V'VUEKE,
OOLLHOD.WH WARK, XT. J.
SO minutes of Now York. Mon positions for grad
uates than all other schools combined. Lite tJiliol.
aranip, iiu. tvnio tor circulars.
March 14-lw r
sunsouiJiE NOW FOH
.m A YEAK,
For the Celebrated Chlckcrintf, Ivcrs &
,,...t " ... iVo.n.Hnn Pianos. Worlil-ro
. .v T..1I..-
nowncil KStoy urc ins. "Vwi.tin New
mil Slicct Music. Celol.mteil WliUc, Nlw
Illeh Arm Unvls, New Home, Iloj 'ol bt.
Jom i, n.i.1 L!?l.t Hunnlng Domes c 8
nil nnu milium".""
for nil mnUc of Sowing iMnclilncs.
for tlio working class.
Send 10 cents for
postage, nnd wo will mall you fire, a royal
valuable box of sample goods that will ,put
you In tho way of making moro money In a
few days than you ever thought possible at any
business. Capital not required. W will start
I, you. YoucauworKau tnutimoorin snaro iiino
Hie worK is universally uuaim-u ij uuvn
.vnunirnndold. You can easily earn from
w cents to every evening. That nil who want.
mnv tpt ihni tmineKs. wo make this unnaralled
offer; to all that nro not well satlsllcd wo will send
II to pay for tho trouble of writing us. Full parti
culars directions, etc., sent free. Fortunes will bo
made by thoso whoglvo their whole tlmo to the
work, ilreat success absolutely sure Don't delay.
start now. Address snsfON uo., ruruuuu,
Maine. Etc -.1-1
DAN WOW KE SJGEjV
YOU CANNOT GET WELL AT HOME
hMm BtttapiUe hU, MERCH 4NT TAILOR,
15INGIIAMTON, N. Y.
A GOOD PLACE FOR THE SICK.
ThnhnnoniaRneelillv fitted un for tho comfort
m inviiiiu wiiidi'virftn nleasantnnd Christian
homo. Stands on high ground with plenty of
Bhade. I'ersonai atwution given to uvury pancnu
i.-i.w.trir r.v nnd ii.iivanmm in l leir uiiit;rt:iii' iiiuui-
ncatlons a speciality, l'rof. Mills lias given many
years of study and pracllco to this branch, nnd
hundreds will testify to his skill,
send for circular, stating what paper you saw
thl3 in. I'ltOF. HEN IV MILIA
Airs. Al-lliE. rivc-ivn .uiuiw.
Lock llox 97. lllnghamton, N. .
Sept. 7 'ca-iy.
Silver Plated Ware.
Modern inventions have great
ly improved the manufacture of
Silver-l'lated Waie, and skilled
designers have contributed large
ly to the attainment of the pres
ent symmetry in shapes.
Our Tea Sets, Dinner Services
and Flat Ware, such as Knives,
Forks and Spoons, have the ap
pearance and finish of solid sil
ver. In these the assortment is
at all times large and complete.
The productions of all promi
nent makers will be found repre
sented in our stock. In the
holier grades we p n ticularly re
commend the Hard Metal wares
of the Gorham Co.
Wc cordially invite an exami
nation of our stock, feeling con
fident that tho moderate prices
prevailing, cannot fail to give en
tire satisfaction to every one.
J. li. CALmT.LL & Co.,
902 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.
PIA ZDsHO S,
FINE INLAID FUEN0II WALNUT CASE ORGAN, 9 STOPS, $90 CASH
Easy Term. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
ZBA-aOIKPS jPIHSTO "W.A.3R.33 ROOMS,
MUSIC HALL BLOCK, WIISXlg-BAMB. PA
7 '' rr.TT;J"
WORD CONTEST !
l'HN AND rH.NCII.HKKTClim
Ot Its Scenery, History, Traditions, Public nnd
Social Llfo, with graphic desenpuons of thocapl
tnl. conim!.sa. tliowliltullou.se. and tho (iovern.
ini-ut, ueiurillieuiH, mm a av jiuuiib vtrrauu,
a map of Washington, and Diagrams ot the Halls
of CoiiL'ress. llv JOSKI'H WEST MOOllK.
To all classes tills Is a book of great Interest. It
is UUIIIM , liiui'lliu, n.'iiwuii", uiiuiukirivaii.il,, il-
iiisiriiiiui iiv uver luu uc-auiiiui uuiy euuruvmra uy
loadlug American artWs, and elegantly bouud, 11
uook lor an noiues. noiu uuiy uy nuuscniuiuu.
AirentH nro ineeiiinr wun i;rauu success.
Atrents wanted, uulo or female. In every town.
Bhlptn tho United States. 1'revlous experience,
while desirable, not absolutely required, us wo
irlvo Instructions necessary for success. If unein-
pioyeu, write us. r or terms vu Et.-iua uuurcss
J. A, & li. A. Itllll). 1'rovWeiico, It. I,
8th St. south of Chestnut, ono snuaro south ol
tho New I'o-it onice. one hull siuaro from Walnut
bt. Theatre and 111 tho very business centre ot lbs
city, on tho Ainf rlcan and Kuroneau plans Good
rooms from AO 0 to 1-1.0 ) per day. Itemodelled ami.
W. Payne, M. D.,
nor so-l y Owner Proprietor.
W. R. TUBBS, PROPRIETOR
OPPOSITE COOKT HOUSE.
Ijru'o and convenient samnlo roo-.ni li HU roomt
hot and cold water, and all milsra convenienees
n wffiii fltiinmrt. (.vnoniitnt free. iJay ab
solutely sure. No risk, capital not required.
uin.ipr. ifvnn wiint. hiiidnoss at which per
sons of either sex. yountf or old, can mako
irreM. pay all tho tlmo they wort, with absolute
certainty, write for particulars to II. IUuktt
ca, roruanii, .Maine.
I'LKASANT AND INSTnUCTIVE PAST1MK.
MAGNIFICENT AND COSTLY PREMIUMS GIVEN.
1st. Solid Gold Watch, - .- Worth $100,00
2d. Mayntflccnt Tea Set, emhracinq Waiter, 34
inch, Hammered and JE-i graved, 6 nieces
Hammered and Engraved with Gold
Lined Sloj and Cream, Quadruple Mate, 100.00
R. Chased Bell Handles. Tha hell ran rAmillv l.lu(B?.l.a.l r. i..ir
bill. In PiTriiia.3auaru. Chaaed. rin.ihla Wnrt . " wm
10th. CamSiAaD.Chaaed and Gold Lined, . . . . . . 'SJJJ
lllh. Kni-iTStmo.ItockCryaUl Class, bcaullfully cut. . . . . 700
The inannracturcrs of the Celebrated DA'Soir. will give on the lit of May. 1881. the above co.tlv
Hie largest lUt of vrorda from the worda
Ctll. Krl-it Stahd. Itlch Decorated Q ui. llhflr Tllttn nr ImU
7th. 'Iitw.'l'u Sit, 3 pieces, Ited and AmberOlasa, Hand Engraved,
fill, I'.,. v,,lu viirwii Wl. 4in.lU.CB.
and tn-uiiilfitl Premiums to the persons making out
Tni'.k wlslii-810 know if woiilil la pro-
glu gold iuio t ho IiuihI tif its fiiitmmto lit-nr of H..mt thiiiK to liN al vtuitne, n nniiiiceil "wood" ami conUI pronounced
ou'iii-r. lint niifoitunult-lv it Iihs not tint tlio Hamu it lliu trift of 11 di-ouimuil molh. "cood," why isn't Gould pronounced
gift of durnbilit y, and Uo I'oiio inns, ur now no more, with tho name enerav "g"ol t" Gould prououiieotl "gootl,"
. . r,.T. ...... -1 f. " I ...... aa.1 If trnn liinui, tlm flit'' int
uu sparing oi um icsib. uq on . ' 'y tj"""! j"" .v.. .v
For COLOR and SWEETNESS
Ute DEAN'S CONCENTRATED
Extract at Annntto.
llatura'a i Color. Erlthteit
ani fitranvest. Ilur at tuf Utr.
aaal, si ta4l)atl. la slMik tt iaiM(.U,wloflaf tot) lb, la
'I KS, HAliK A CO., U. bU3 Iltrltt St., I'UIUU'A.
te, ', 'In
wanted for Tho Lives of all tho Presl
dents ot tho U. S. Tlio largest, hand
soinest best book ever sold for loss than
twice our unco, -ine tasiost boiunB
book In America. Ini'nenso proHts to agents. AU
Intelligent peoplo want U Any ono cm become a
succnsimi aL'oiit. -terms iree, iullkit noon lu,
Portland; Mains, )cq 2-y
Bend six cents for postage, and ra-
erive m-o. a costir box or irooas which
.will help you to more inouey right
'ntu.iv tli.in n,ivlliln.flu.ln tt.U Wnrl.l
All. of either sex, succeed fron first hour. Tho
broad road to fortune opens before the workers
absolutely sure, ai unco wiuross, iiiuk n uu., au
KUSta, Elaine, ueus.-i.iy
lit. All lints muat be accompanied by a 8 Cent Ctuts for return nostiee and tt. wrinn
Jil. Words must bo written plainly and numbered.
sd. No worda will lie counled In which letters are tued. not found In the worda tn'i P.l.vi.i c..
4ih. All lUts mint I In by the Ut of May.a the premiums will be Kiven ?n t lit Xy. ' S"
6lh. I he Premiums will be given in rotation according to Unseat lut or wonla
enelo.e j Cf ttiyp?1"0 " Bddr' P'a'nly on Ibte. onU for lurlher Information and laitructlon
t-i-awTand hut Boar Manr. flv lt nee you
your wattling done in one-half the u.ual time.
Boar 'n U had of leading wholeaalo and retail urocer. throughout ihe ilAiiP, t!fr 1 "8 Ui '
fcleganlly I.mliosscd Cards given with Dat'a Soar
nil, 17JC, 1718. 17U) & 1763 IlowieD St. Jt 17M,
I-'ebl.Uw t'orquleby jiOittrt illtOl'HKIM llloomsburg, Pa,
This oirer la m.te to Induce you to trv and uso the Tt-a
have Nn lion 11.0, No Pcudiko, No Hut, No BrrAW.andyou
DAY'S SOW' niimt U used aa directed. Directions wl
Manufactured by DAY & FftlCK.
1, 17(4, 1767, 1753 1 1781 With wo St., Piiiudu.,,,,.. Pi.
lit, I 111 lfli-J lllnnmuk..... I .
RAILROAD VZIVEB TABLE,
Philadelphia & Erio R. R. Divis
ion, and Northern Central
In effect NOV. 19tli. 1833. Trains lenvc Run
9.33 a. m., Lock llnvcn Express (dally excen
undny), for Ilarrlsburu; and lntcrincdlate stations
(lncoster. I'hlladelnhta. Hew York, ii.iiiimnrn n,.
Washington, urrlvlna nt I'hlludclphln8.i5 p. ta .
New Yoik, tl-iiup. m. : llalllmore, o.iu p. m. : Wash'
Inglon 6.i:0p. m., turougu passenger coach to
l.oo p. 111. nay ujiniH tunny except wunilay),
ir Ilarrlsburg nud lnteriucdlato stations, Lancas
t. Phlladclnhla, New York, llaltlinoru nmi Wnh.
lngton, arriving nt l'hlladelpiua 7.SS p. m. ; Mew
luiK, iw.w p. 111. i iiai'iiuuiv, i.vup. 111. w nshllig.
ton, H.4 p. 111. Pullman Parlor car through to Phi.
ladelplila and passenger coach through to 1'hlladel
phla uud lljlilu ore.
,-J0 p. m. Wllllamsport Accommodation (dally)
for Ilarrlsburg and nil Intermediate stations, Lan
caster, PhlladclpliU and Sow York, arriving ut
Philadelphia 35 n. m. j Now York tuo 11. in.
Weeping car accommodations can bo secured at
ilanlsburg for Philadelphia undNeiv York. oiiMun.
dajs a through sleeping car will bo run; on this
train from Wllilamsp't to Plillndelplila.Phitadclphla
lassengers can remuin insieeiicr undisturbed until
S.10 a. in. Erie Mall (dallv oxcont Mnn.l.ivi rnr
Ilarrlsburg nud Intermediate stations, LanciLster,
Philadelphia, Now York; nalllnioi-o and Washing.
'iiiroiuni I'uuii.au bieeniiiirr.iriHnrii iiinim
this train to Philadelphia, llaltlmoro and Wnshlng.
ton, and ihi-ough passenger coaches tu Phlladui-
puia nnu iiuiuiuorc.
6.'20n-m. Hrlo Mall (dallv excent sumlavv tnr
Krleand all Intermediate stations with through
Pullman Palacu car and through .passenger
coaches to Hrle, and through Pullman Palace
cars to llurfalo via Kuiporlum. On Bundays this
train runs to itcnovo, llh imllninn Palace car to
iiiiiainsiun anu passenger coaencs to Itcnovo.
tor Caiiandalgua nnd Intermedlalo stations,
Roches cr, llumiunnd Niagara Falls, (dally except
Sundays) with tliiougli Pullman Palace car and
passenger coaches to Itochester.
l.OJp. m. Niagara Uxpiess (dally except Sun
day) tor Kane and lnteriucdlato btatlous with
through passenger coaches to Kane and parlor car
to Wiiihimsport. Fur canuiidutgua and principal
lntcrmedliite stations, Itocliesu-r, Uullulo and
Niagara i-aiisiwin inrougn passenger coaches lo
6.s p. m.. Past lino (dally except Sunday for Ite
novo and Intermediate stations, und Klinlrn, Wat
kins uud Intermediate stations, with through pas
senger coaches to lienor o and watklns.
TUliOUOII TKA1NS l'Olt SUNI1UUY FltOM Till!
KAST AND SOUTH.
TCIlKTnr.l l-!Yllla tp.110
Philadelphia. 7.-10 n. m. : llaltlmoro r.ao n. in. diaiiv
except buuday) arrltlng at bunbury, 1.03 p. m.
with through Pullman Parlor car from Philadel
phia and through passenger coaches from Plilladcl-
puia uuu iianiuiure.
Past Lino leaves New York aoo a. m. ; phii.idei.
phla, 11.10 a. m. ; Washington, 0.40a, in. 1 Haiti
more, 1U.5J a. in., (dally except Sunday) nrrl lug at
suubury, 6.SO p. in., with through passenger
coaches from Philadelphia nnd llalifinorc.
tno juan leaves jsuw 1 orK tveu p. m. ; Philadel
phia, ll.no p. in. Washington, 10.10 p. in. ; lialtl
m..re, ll.'.'.i p. m., (dally) arriving at sunbury 0.15
a. 111., with through Pullman Palaco sleeping cars
from Philadelphia, Washington and llnltlmoro and
through passenger coaches from Philadelphia.
Sleeper from W ushlngton runs dally except bun-day.
SO BLK Y, IliZI.KTON WILKE3-BAKHE IlAILKOAU
ANU NOHIU & WKST URANCII RAILWAY.
(i)uuy except Sunday.)
Jlall East leaves suubury (dally except Sunday)
.45 a. ill., urrlvlnir at, llloom I'ri rvr.jl 11.111..
W Ukes-barre U.'-'O a. in.
Express East lc.nes Bunbury B.33 11. in., nrrlvlne
at Illuom Perry 0.31 p. m., Wllkes-barro tllup. in.
Slall Nest h-ies Wllkes-barro 10.3.. a. in. arriv
ing at llloom Perry U'.ul p. in., Kunbury 1H.B5 p. in.
ii'.iM tn. ii-ait-n i, iiKcs uanu o.jj p. 111., ni
rlvlng ut llloom Perry 7.07 p. 111., bunbury n.i5 p.
A Fortune in Cattle Raising
THK NKW MKXIUU AN1I UOWItAUU 1IAMU
AND CA'ITLK CO., controlling over ONK MIL.
I.IO.V ACHKS ofthennest grailng lands In New
Jlcxlco and Colorado, is desirous ot obtaining the
co-oneratlon of luvustors to liicrcasu their herd to
j;',uio head ot cattle, hating on hand already ?,0U)
lierd. Yearly Incru.isu over 10 per cont. Annua)
cosh dividends ot leu per cent, and upwards from
surplus Hau-s, aim tnu ueru cunsiunuy increasing,
A suie una pruiuuuie p lyuicuv, oeuuiuiiuu pur
P. 1). liAltvp.s, Beo'y.
Will's llulldlug, 33 Wall bt., Now York",
ilarcli lHw r
UellcalSaperlatoniastof tht Sanitarium.
Devotes special attention to Epilepsy,
fJervouj Affc:tlon, anil Diseases of WcmenJ
I'lttlunts received ut tlio BiuiUurliini on
reasoiiuulo terms (or liouril and truatmcnt,
I', 8. No charge (or first consultation,
opr 27, '83
B F, SHARPLESS
Near L ft B Dopjt, Bloorasburg Pa.
Aiannrnpiuror or I'li-st olaia ranges In)
dlllcreiit styles, coolt stoves, parlor stovei..
11. 1.1 ,(, ,i.r maiiiig eiuren,sciiooi nouses,'
cliuroliea &o. I(iirno stock of tluwnro ana1
muva repmrs, sucn as giates, lire brick, lids
call m mm bargains
Oct 28 tf
.lllUUVllf ll.U, IU... ,'t.ll 1I1.UI U UI,.
nn. nrrlvlt.tr nt. l'litliitlnfiil.ti. r.rjl n m
i-u n. m. ; iiaiuiiioro ,.w a. in. ! y ushlngton. 8.50
; New York,
C1IAS. E. PUOII,
J. It. WOOD,
Uen. Passenger Agent.
HILADELI'IUand KEADINO KOaU
ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGFR
Nov. 6, 18S3
THAIHS LIAVK HOriBT AS rOLLOW8(8UMDAT
For Now York.Phlladolphla.Readlng.Pottsvllle
Tamaqua, 4c, 11,45 a. m.
For Catawlssa, 11,45 a. in. 0.13 and 10.30 p. m.
For WUUamsport,s,3t lt.45 a. m. and 4,0s p. m.
For Lewlsburg aud Bunbury, 4 00 p. m.
iHAiNsroa HDrssr lbavk as follows, (scndat
Leavo Now York, via. Tamanend ,uo a. in. and
via. Hound llrook ltouto T,45 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, 9,00 a. m.
Loavo Heading, 11,55 a. m., t'otisvllle, H,39 p. n,
andTumaqua, 1,36 p. tn.
Leavo Catawlssa, 0,30 11.05 a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
Leave WllllamsDort ,8.46 n.m,4.C5 p.m. and 0.00 p. m
AM.U 0UUUU1J II. U
" Lewlsburg 4. p. in.
Passengers to and from Now York, via. Tama
nend and to and from Philadelphia go through
wimout change ot cars.
J. S. WOOTT,
C. O. HANCOCK. General Manage,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent,
Jan.io, 1981 tt.
JELAWAUE, LACKAWANNA AND
a.in. p.m. p.m
u !io i in it 17
p.m. p.m. a.m.
1 8.1 12 25
1 SO 12 15
7 21) 12 00
7 111 11 47
7 00 11 40
7 03 11 U
6 57 11 10
0 30 10 32
S 45 10 50
6 ai 10 41
0 OS 10 22
0 10 10 08
0 01 10
.. LnL-kawmin.i. .
u -1 ritision
0 10 1. .West Pittston.
0 HI.... Wyoming....
0 01 Kingston....
v W ....Kingston....
, Hick's Perry.
Willow drove. ,
10 18 !
10 20 3 Oi
10 31 3 10
10 42 3 18
10 55 3 3.1
11 01 3 13
11 13 3 51
11 SO 3 51
11 30 4 SO
11 45 4 27
U 50 4 33
11 55 4 38
12 18 4 60
12 45 5 S3
p.m. p.m- a.m
W. F. HALSTEAD, Supt.
ofllco, Scranton, Feb. lbt, 1882.
n'ii1? ft' Ms old stand under EXCHANGE
SA.VSfc',,11.1.118.. as UBUal " F1HST-CLA8S
5..U.UB"S"PJ 110 respectfully solicits the
patronage ofhlsoldoustomorsand ot the publlo
T5f.cst.and Sweetest Chewing Tobacco on tho
?.liir..55; AifUo ex in c-a&lx to suit tuolastoof the
5S l??.1na a'lch("v''ra- Ask your dealer tor It. A
Si?.!!1 b ,ow 'PU 11 11 tll tobacco you want.
Manufactured; by u. Ai JAUrtSUN k W,
. retorslmra, Vt
WA,N,TJ!" Energetic, rcllablo men to sell fruit
dm,, n.IS uropo. yuun, shrubs, loses, etc. Salary
Sti.CH.ptl"a!;'i ',alJ' 'ul' Instructions glvcu, so In.
SiffJi W m?n fan 1,0011 leaf" tho Imslnens. Ad.
outl-h&e'r" V. ?' moa Nl V' 11 mll M81