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My Maid Marie.
11V MUS. IIAmilKT A. CI1KKVKR, IN "EX
AM IN Ml.
Slio Haiti lur m va was Snanlsli. null
licr mn-Hirt Itnllnn, mid It w.-w easy In
uonovo nor correct in oncii case. Slip
might )crlmH liavo had as siilendldly
lujtrona eyes, had her father been of a
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uuiuruiit nationality, ami uer voiuo
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uuuu lis iiiiisiuiiiiy nvtuui iniu ner iiiuui
cr been reared under less simny nkles;
but it wan not altogether tho liquid
cyos with their faultlessly pencilled
broivBj nor yet tho song-llko voico
which conHtitutcd tho nameless charm
characterizing my maid, Mario.
Although not muoh of a talker, bIio
Bocincd at Hrst possessed of an unusual
dogrco of intelligence, rendering her a
pleasant companion, as well as moat
Sometimes I vinxuelv wished tho
blue veins in her pure olive temples'
wero less prominent, and in tho samu
vnguo way I rather disliked, without
stopping to think just why, to seo tho
labored dilating of tho delicato nos
tril after uny httlo exertion.
But after awhile, I began regrot-
lully to tear tliat iunrio was hardly tho
sensible girl 1 had had taken hor for.
Sho was invariably good-natured, al
ways on tho alert to servo mo in any
possible manner, never tired of run
ning on "willing errands.''
Ah, my maid I my own maid, Ma
rio I where shall 1 ever find such wil
lint; feet again.
But, as I was saying, I had begun to
suspect thero was something a kind
of romance lingeing Mario's thought
and lending a falso glamour to her
dream of tho future.
Sho nover went anywheio except to
tho httlo mission chapel in the next
block, a fact I deplored somewhat i as
being so fond of plcasuro myself in
thono days, it was a matter of wonder
how any pretty young person could bo
satisfied without a certain amount of
amusement ; but ono look at hor con
tented face would set hor mind at rest.
Ouo morning sho was in my room
placing in its ample box the beautiful
f;auzy dress I had worn to my particu
ar friend Lucy Deano's party tho night
before, and as with deft fingers she
folded each soft plait nicely away, a
sudden feeling of pity seiz-ed me, that
there should exist such a difference in
our lives, for wo wero both young, and
she more like a dainty little lady than
ono who waited and served, so I ven
tured tho kindly meant remark :
"I supposo you liko pretty things as
well as any one, don't you, Mario V
Sho ceased her skillful touches for a
moment, and raising her great lovely
eyes to my faco replied almost raptur
"Ah, my lady ! sho always would
call mo "my lady' "my dear lady I
Buch a garment as is making for Marie!
mortal ey.'s had never seen its liko I
and Ho who has ordered it for me ah,
my lady, how I shall speak to you of
Her soft voico quavered, that oxcit
ed dilation seemed catching her breath,
sho choked up and said no more, but as
sho boro tho box from the room, hor
faco woro.an expression which mado
mo think of the faco of an angel.
But understanding her so little, my
mental ejaction was, "Poor Httlo sim
pleton, what a thousand pities sho
would delude herself with unlikely
Tho circumstauco was nearly for
gotten, however, when some timo af
terwards sho went with a message to
Lucy Dean, whoso father had just
built a princely now house. Upon her
return I inquired half sportively :
"Well, Marie, what did you think of
A great wistful, tearful longing to say
soracthiug sho hardly knew how to
say seemed to seizo tho girl ; then sho
replied with tho slightly foreign accent
habitual with her :
"iSit-perb 1 grand ! very su perb !
but oh, my lady 1 nothing to tho
homo that awaits Mario 1 My lady"
sho broke out in an eager, impulsive
way that surprised mo "my lady
dear I will you not como to Mario af
ter she leaves you for her beautiful
homo T Poor Mario loves and would
welcomo you so 1"
Then sho pressed her hand against
hor heart, and turned deathly pale,
while blinded and half frightened as I
was, I again mentally ejaculated :
"Tho poor, pretty little ninny 1 to
have Buch dreams !"
And that evening when, thinking it
over, ma said, "A penny for your
thoughts, dear !" I replied :
"Ma, I'm afraid Mario has some
queer, high-flown notions that will
spoil hor in timo unless they nre check
ed j "and mother said sho had noticed
something about tho girl a little unus
ual, sho went about with such a rapt,
absorbed expression much of tho timo ;
but ma added in her kind way :
"But there I it's no fault, perhaps,
after all j and I do wish bIio wasn't
quite bo frail-looking ; for a more
faithful, obliging Httlo creature nover
Mario I could you hear me, dear,
if I tried to tell you hoxa faithful I'vo
loarnod to think you now T
Matters came to a painful crisis only
a fow weeks later.
Lucy Dean was in my room, saying
pretty bantering nothiugs concerning
mo and ray friend Harry Bacon ; and I
was conscious that tho wistful,
lonping eyes of my Spanish-Italiau
maiden wero regarding mo with their
dowy gaze tho while a gazo whioh
sho had otten followed me of late, as if
wanting to say soinctlilug sho scarcely
know how to word aright.
After Luoy had gone, Mario turnoJ
to me with a coaxing urailo, completely
disponing an idea of unduo familiarity,
as sho asked :
"And Mr. Harry Bacon is worthy,
my lady T You aro suro t"
"Oh, he's considered a splondl
a splendid young gentleman," I answer
ed gayly, "nono better, it is thought."
"Yes, ono is bettor," my lady 1 Ma
ria's only lovo among men, is Chief
I had sensitivoly turned my head
away, thinking sho was about to mako
ono of her silly speeches, and as the
pause came, thought hor trying to find
suitable expression for her thoughts i
but tho dull stillness all at onco caused
mo to turn towards her, and in the
hurried alarm of tho next fow hours,
I forgot for tho timo all that had been
said for when I turned, a red stream
was issuing from tho lips of poor Ma
ria, hor Lands wero pressod hard
against hor heart, and tho nostrils
struggled in fearful play for tho tardy
breath nearly rofusing to come.
I ran for mother and tho servants,
and pretty soon tho doctor came and
said Mario had better bo taken to tho
hospital, as she would nover bo fit for
Horvlco again ; but ma wouldn't listen
to Bending her away, and as for me, I
wanted to watch my pretty maid con
ti mi ally.
Sho nover rallied, but from tho first
moment of attack wont tpocdily down
ward. Downward I How camo I to poncll
mistaken expression liko that t
If over mortal being went steadily
upwind, surely bo went my maid, Ma
Two davs afterward, in all tho flesh
beauty of a Summer morning, 1 met
tho doctor in tho hall, anil ho said Ma
rin wanted to boo mo nnd I must "bo
Poor lilttu beauty 1 shu held out nut)
loving hand as 1 appioaehed llio lied,
Her uttcrnnco was slow, nnd I remem
ber ovcry word tho Boft voico said
remember it as it hoard but y ester
"My litllo lady, cootl by I Gocd
by, my lady, dear I Tho garment of
righteousness Mnrio tried to tell you
about, the day niter iHiss Jiiioy a party,
is nil ready it shall bo worn to day.
Tho house ntnonir ihu mnnv miiiiaimis.
1 tried to speak ot onco, is swinging
------- ---a. f
wido pearly gales to lako in poor nttio
mm io i
"My own love, tho Chief among ten
thousand oh, so lovely is calling ev
ery moment for His own Marie 1 I
shall want you thero by-aud, my lady
own. You mustn't forjret Marie t sho
won t forget to love and watch over
Tho tender voico stilled, lliu lumi
nous eves dropped : then mother camo
and said softly 1 had butter bo down
stairs and find pa, and livo minutes
later mother came down, and said Ala
rio was an nngel in Heaven.
I have often worn soft, cauzy dress
es on occasions of pleasure since then,
but -'never without a thotiRht of the
garment of righteousness I bono was
secured for mo lone ago. jviy eyes
have rested with satisfaction on many
a beautiful home, built nnd cmhelished
for comfort and pleasure ; but I bclicvo
never without a thought of the pearly
gates, through whioh I hope somo day
to pass to heavenly habitations. t
Soft words of lovo from human lips
havo been whispered in my ear, but
sweeter far than all other voices come
tho promises of tho Chief among ten
thousand, who engages never to leave
nor forsake His chosen ones; and these
most holy influences wero borno into
my innermost soul by tho lowly maid
en who said I must not forget her.
Forget her I It all happened in my
youth, when life was bright, and hope
was strong ; but i know that among
tho most sacredly cherished event of
my life, thero will linger always most
hallowed memories of my sainted maid,
Some Carious Facts.
Gold beaters by hammering can re-
duco gold leaves so thin that 282000 must
uo laid upon cacn omer io prouueu inu
thickness ot an inch, yet each leaf is so
perfect and frco from holes that ono of
them laid npon any surface, as in gild
ing, has tho appearance of solid gold.
They aro so thin that if formed into a
book 1,500 would only occupy tho
space of a single leaf of common pa
per , and an octavo volume of an inch
thick would havo as many pages as tho
books of a well-stocked library of 1,500
volumes, with 400 pages in each. Still
thinner than this is the coating of gold
upon tho silver wire of what is called
cold lace, and wo aro not sure that
such coating is not of only ono atom
thick. Platinum and silver wiro can
be drawn into wiro much finer than
human hair. A grain of bluo vitriol
or carmine will tingo a gallon of water
so that in cvfery drop tho color may be
perceived. A grain ot musk
will scent a room for twenty
years and will at the end of that
period havo lost little of its weight.
The carrion crow smells its food many
miles oil. A burning taper uncovered
for a single instant, during which it
docs not lose ono thousandth of a grain,
would nil with light a sphere tour
miles in diameter so as to bo visiblo in
crery part of it. Tho thread of tho
silk worm is so small that many of
them aro twisted together to form our
finest sewing thread ; but that of the
spider is smaller still, for two drachms
of it by weight would reach from Lon
don to Edinburgh, or 400 miles. In
tho milt of a codfish or in water in
which vegetables havo been infused
tho microscope discover animalcules of
which many thousands together
do not equal in bulk a grain of sand;
and yet nature, with a singular prodi
gality, lias supplied many of theso with
organs as complclo as thoso of tho
whale or elephant, and their bodies
consist of tho same Btibstance; or ulti
mate atoms, as that of man himself. In
a single pound of Buch matter thero aro
more living creatures than of human
beings on tbo faco of the globe. What
a scouo has the microscope opened to
the admiration of tho philosophic in
quirer. Water, mercury, sulphur, or
in general any substance when suffi
ciently healed rises as in visiblo vapor
or gas; that is, reducod to tho aeriform
State. Great heat, therefore, would
cause the whole of tho material uni
verse to disappear and tho most solid
bodies to becomo as invisible and im
palpable as tho air we breathe. Few
havo contemplated an annihilation of
tho world more complete than this.
Uasselis Haturiuiy Journru.
Seeding Down to Grass
In seeding down to grass there aro
two mistakes that farmers often make.
first, not much moro than half seed
enough is sown. Second, the Boil is
not half prepared. It is vory poor
economy to try to save monoy by sow
ing a small quantity of seed. Tho re
sult is thero are many vacant places,
.1 I , r... f. i
iiiiih luuving u cuanco lor weeus and
undesirablo varieties of grass to como
in, whioh having gained a foothold will
soon begin to crowd out the desirable
varieties. An effort should bo mado to
sow seed enough to coyer tho laud so
thick with young plants as to crowd
out every undesirablo variotythat
tries to get in. In this way a
muoh better quality of hav will
be obtained, and tho crop will bo satis
factory somo years longer than if only
half Bccd enough Is sown. Many far.
mers Beem to havo an idoa that thov
have but litllo to do to proparo a field
io sow grass seed, oxcept to simply
plough it and run an A harrow over
it a fow times to level it hut this is
not enough. If n good crop of grass
is expected it is necessary to not only
thoroughly pulverizo tho soil three or
four inches deep, but to mix a liberal
supply of manure with it. As it is
gonerally oxpectod that the land when
onco seeded will remain in grass sever
al yoars, it pays to not only apply a
liboral quantity of fertilizers hut to ap
ply something that is not ail at onco
availablo for plant food. Ground bone,
It not very lino, will do this, and is
therofoio ono of tho best fertilizers to
apply to land that is to be seeded down
on grass that is to bo lound in tho
mnrket, especially if applied in connec
tion witli good wood ashes, or potash.
Land manured with tlieso two ferti
lizers will produco good crops of grass
Bcvcral years in succession without top
Tho blooming of plants will bo in
creased, if all dead flowers and need
pods aro removed, to say nothing of
THE COLUMBIAN AND
Bfliuum oilers a $500 prize for a
poem on ins gray elephant.
London milkmen and nuwshoys uso
iri-cyeics in uieir dally rounds.
Ico cream is now mado with ghio. If
you want , girl to slick to you give
ncr plenty oi it.
Tim only people who novor grumble
in. uiuir ioi aro mofo who occupy ono
hi mo cemetery.
Coi respondent! "Whntrrtnk has tho
sturgeon as a food fish V Answer
One codfish wil cat seven hcriing in
ono wetk. That is tho reason a cod
fish diet makes a mm so ihhtity.
Thero is n variety of slug whioh hns
zo,i;uu teem, now devoutly thankful
wo aro mat me slug is not n dog.
A crematorium, which Was built in
tho titno of tho Roman invasion, has
recently been discoveied in Lincoln,
Alligator skin is now being used for
watoii cases. I ho leather is Ins tuned
to a metal backing and highly polish
It is estimated by breeders that a
canary bird consumes about twenty
pounds ot seed annually.
Tho Waste of Food.
We aro a wasteful people. If any
ono needs confirmation of this let him
station himself nt tho rear door of
some of our hotels, or even dwelling
houses, and it will lie seen that great
quantities of what was good food goes
to feed tho pigs. Wo havo known
families whero this waste was enor
mous. Tho J rench nro noted for mak
ing a little go a great way, and yet
they aro noted as well for" presenting
to their guests toothsome dishes. They,
above another, seem to havo tho fa
onlty of making the roost of everything.
it ib surprising what a good house
keeper may do, if she will, in this di
rection. hor example, meat bones
should never bo thrown away, but
cracked and mado into soup. Cold
vegetables lelt over from the previous
day's dinner can bo fried or otherwise
warmed up lor tho next mornings
breakfast. Bits of boiled ham that
would hardly bo presentable in any
other form might bo minced and mix
ed with raw eggs, and warmed up and
served on toast. Kemnants of meat of
any kind should bo saved, minced and
Bcrved hot for breakfast. It is need
less to multiply illustrations, for where
ono is disposed thero aro many ways
that will constantly come' to mind to
save. It is wrong, sinful to waste what
has been givon to us, even if we can
afford to do bo. Not only should
every housekeeper scok to prevent
waste and loss ot food, but it should bo
tho aim to prepare-' tho same for tho
tablo in tho most attractive and pal
atable form consistent with econo
Hunhky Men. Twenty hungry, muii
were recently set down to a meal com
posed of a single egg. It was an os
trich egfj. L or a whole hour it had
been boiled, and though thero wero
some misgivings as to its being cooked
the shell was broken, for curiosity
ould no longci -bo restrained, nnd a
three-pound hard boiled egg .lay upon
the plate. But aside from lis size there
was nothing peculiar about it. It had
tho white and bluish tinge of duck
eggs, and tho yolk was of the usual
color. It tasted as it looked- liko a
duck' egg and had no flavor peculiar
to itself. But it was immense 1 As it
lakes twenty-eight hcu eggs to equal
in weight tho ostrioh egg which was
cooked, it is evident that the host
know what he was about in cooking
only ono. Thero was enough and to
Dki.icious Fiiuit Puiidino. Lino, a
mould with slices of sponge cake, then
put in a layer of fruit, strawberries,
raspberries, blackberries, currants or
ripo pineapple torn in bits rich, tart
ripe fruit is best. Put over this a lay
er of hot oustavd, then another layer of
cako and another of fruit and of cus
tard until tho mould is full.. Put away
to got cpld and firm and servo when
turned out of the mouhi with sugar
and cream. it or tuo custard bring to
a boiling point in a farina kettle a pint
of milk. Add, an ounce and a half of
dissolved, gelatine, tho yolks of four
eggs and lour ounces ot sugar. When
tho custard has thickened bo sure it
doesn't curdle tako it off tho fire and
stir in half a pint of cream nnd tho
juico of a lemon.
Pi.um Pik. Emerson called tho per
fect plum tho "fruit of Paradise," and
if ono must eat pie at all, lot it bo a'
plum pie. Hcmovo tho pits, and un
less the juico is thick with sugar make
it bo, adding a very Httlo flour, well
mixed in bo that not one lump is left.
Tho crust for a plum pio should bo deli
cate without being rich ; this can bo
accomplished by working tho shorten
ing into tho flour deliberately with tho
hands. Bako witli two crusts.
Ouoe Every Day.
"Man climbing ono of tho olectrio
light towers 1"
Crowd gathers I
Heads thrown back 1
Eyes follow him 1
More crowd 1
"He'll fall 1"
"No ho won't 1"
Ciowd increases 1
"Ah ! he's I"
"No ho ain't I"
(Get's safely to tho top ; rennws car
bons : starts to descend.)
"Stand clear 1"
"Going to fall I"
"All right I"
(Mail descends in safety.)
"Humph I Anybody could do it I
Must bo fools to stand around hero
this way." Detroit Free I'ress.
James H. Morcer guarantees posi
tive relief for any cough, cold, croup,
or lung complaint by using Ackers
English Hemody, or will refund tho
Jiimos II. Morcor wishes it known
that he guarantees Acker's Dyspepsia
Tablets to bo tho best romedy for in
digestion over made, they always re
Ask James II. Mercer about Acker's
Blood Elixir, tho only preparation
guaranteed to cleanse tho blood and re
move all chronic diseases.
Sometimes hoes aro disposed to
build their combs aoross tho bars. By
tho uso ot a two men wide strip ot
foundation set lengthwiso under tho
top bars this may bo proyented.
DEMOCRAT, BMFOMKBPRCr," COLUMBIA COUNTY, VA.
A Great nrotilcm,
'JUU all tho kidney and liver
. . ... Medicine,
Tiiko all tho ltlmd purifiers,
Tako nil tho llhcumutie remedies.
Tnko nil tha Dyepejuin nnd Inillgc-fttloil
Tiiko nil the Ague, Fever, and billions'
Tnko all tho llrain nnd ncrvo forcol
Tiiko nil tho Great health restorers.
Intkor't, tnko all tho best qualities n( all
those, nnd tho hel
Qwditia of nil tho best medicines in tho
world, nnd you will find that lfop
Mtlcrt havo tho best curative qualities
ami powers of nil eineentraM
In llicm and that tliey will euro when
any or nil Of these, singly or combined
Fall. A thorough trial will give positive
proof or this.
I-'lvo yours ago I hroku down with kid
ney and liver complaint uud rheumatism.
Sincn then I Imvn li.tnn iniulilii In I...
about nt nil. My liver heenmo hard like
wood j my lining wore ptureil up nnd rilled
All tho best nhvslelaus ntrrend tluil tmtli.
Ing could cure me. I resolved to try Hop
Hitlers j I hnvo used seven bitttlcs f the
hardness hns nil gone from my liver, tho
swciung irom my nmus, nun it lias worked
a miracle in my caso otherwise I would
liavo boon now in my grave. J. W. JlorcV,
IlufTnlo, Oct. 1, 1831.
1'ovbistt xxn Sumuuxu.
"I wns dragged down with debt, poverty
and suffering for years, caused by a sick
family and lnrgo bills for doctoring.
I was completely dlscourncrcd. until nnn
yenr ngo, by the ndvlco of my pastor, I
commenced using Hop Hitters, nnd in ono
month wo wero nil well, and I want to say
to all poor men. von enn knon vniir fnml.
lies well n year with Hop Hitters for less
than ono doctor's visit will cost. I know
It." A Worklngman.
SV'Xono orpniilnft wlthmil. n 1m
on tho whttu label, suun all tho vllo, poisonous
aturf wltu "Hop" or Hops In their name.
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All kinds ot work in Sheet Iron, Roof
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tlitrtct attention given to heating by strain.
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Who nlways gives you tiio latest
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you. Having had tho oxperionco lor a
number oi years in tho Tailoring Busi
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givo Ids customers tho best satisfaction
for wear nnd stylo and will try to
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physicians In casus where a dry wlno Instead of a
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ing the months ot Au
gust and September,
wlthliay Fever, ami
havo trlod- various
remedies -without re
lief., 1 was Induced to
try tly's cream Halm ;
havo used It vvllhfa
vorablo lcsults, and
can confidently recom
mend It to all similar
ly anilctcd. ltobert
W. Townlcy, (ox-Jluy-or)
Kllzabeth, N. J.
Apply Into thenos-
HG""EEiVE R 1:1 J"a Cream Halm Is
correct diagnosis of this disease and can be do-
penucu upon, cream naim causes no pain, uivcs
relief at once. Cleanses the head. Causes healthy
secretions. Abates lntlammatlon. Prevents fresh
colds, lleals tho sores. Restores the senses of
taste and smell A thorough treatment will euro.
Not a liquid or snun. Applied Into the nostrils.
60 eta at druggists ; ui ets. by mall, sample bot
tle by mall lOcts.
J-.1.1 ltKOlllE.3, urusKisis, UWl'SO. . i.
Auk ss I w
OKAY',1 SI'ICCH IC MKUICINI-:.
TRADE MARK TnR (Iiieat KN0-TftAD MARK
I ISM JIF.HK1IY. All
unfailing euro tor
nnd ull Diseases
that follow as a
bcqucuco ot self
Abuso ; as loss of
IEF0RE TA 1 1 KB .sal Lnssltude.AFUR TAKING.
1'aln In tho Hack. Dlmnoss of Vision. Premature
Old Aro. and many other diseases that led to Insa
nity or Consumption and a Premature Urare.
Dkwahk of advertisements to refund money,
when druggists from whom the medicine Is bought
do of reutui, but refer you to tho manuf actur.
era, and tho requirements nro such that they
are teiaom, ifewi; compiled with, seo their writ
ten guarantee. A trial of ono single package ot
amy's specific will convince tho most skeptical ot
Its real merits.
On account of counterfeits, we havo adopted the
Yellow Wrapper i tho only genuine.
tvFull particulars in our pamphlet, which we
desire to send free by mall to every one. J-Tho
Epecinc Medicine Is hold by all druggists at fl
per package or 6 packaes for f5, or will bo sent free
'iUC UltAX JUKMlUlftK CU., JlllUUlO, i. X.
Sold In ntoomsburi; by all druggists.
Adr.NTM WANTl'D-l'or the Liven of
Blaine & I Cleveland &
Locan, I Hendricks.
In' I Vol. by T. WHtnox. ln 1 vol. by Hon A. llar
num. Tho Ileal and Cheaixst. Each vol.., 500 pa
ra, H.B0. so per cent to agents. outnts n ee.
ddress HAHTKHll) 1'IJHLISIIIMI CO.. Hartford.
YOU CANNOT GET WELL AT HOME.
Uim Electropathic Institute,
111NGHAMTON, N. Y.
A GOOD i'LAOK KOIl THIS SICK.
Tho houso Is sncclallv tilted un for tho comfort
ot Invalids who desire a pleasant and Chrtstlau
home.- stands on high ground with plenty ot
Mliade. ivreoual attention given to every patient.
Aieciricuy aim uaivanisni iu ineir uiueruut. niuui
tlcatlons a speciality. 1'rof. Mills has given many
years of study ami practice to this branch, and
hundreds will testify to his skill.
pvuu iur circular, biuvui wuat paper you saw
tlilsln. 1'itOF. HENIIY MIIJJ5,
MID. ALICE KllKNCH .MILLS.
Look Uox or, lilughamtou, n. Y.
s-pt. 7 's-lly.
M. C. SLOAN & BRO ,
M inur.ictiirers of
CARRIAGES BUGGIES, PHAETONS.
SLEIGHS, PLATFORM WAGONS, &C.
Flrst-clnss work alwajs on baud.
It EPA 1RINQ NEA Tl, Y D ONE.
Prieet rtiluced to iult the timet.
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'lor lathe grtU motfiior our formr Word Conteit,
i ftwovrbiKr luo !t lo oonipte, wcoiiolucld ioclIr
ihUr)(i.PH ll.orordi friu tho k-turi eomprUiux lb
u noimuoig n iuii ,..,Wvrt BUHl
Hd, MucniaemtTruHut una hstrer.. lOU
nro. iMuinuita Kurr(iijri..f , lit
4tli. l.i1yVJoId Wiitrli 50
5h. iiv nV lIutnond NrHrflMn 25
lllli. Klciaitt'lilllnot lcVterWe(,Hf)pAora
100 BOXES UAM,V;
For the Dfiten Hit wlih hweit errort, prorlded th Uit
' v'v -iunu,"iiuDiiB fiucu f rwrr itt
ti vlL ? J A. fully P'P,1 Mcompanua by two cent tt nip for return poaUge, ft tkttmtnt tfctt jou
. ,i,ii lb jour fnml j,nmad kddreii of grocer from whutn tuu bur It, uuu.Ur of wurdi Iu llu
1. U or Ji muit ba written muni, nnmh.. . ..1..1...1..11 .
ii I rour nm u Rdireu,
01 'SiSf'l?? pr!!pV u,,l,i",L0,od" gfrwphlfll n.mM, iiu J CbrlitUn iiioivi, mui be cltuiDed itpirtitU.
, , TWi --i?l.'.ri ,t la 5'b,ie' or Woriter'B dktonrr dmlurd t thli will loclud nj word from the tint
I. ,! iiVV.:. ...1 T BI of F.' Dl utni " wpMu wordi kDd 6b.ul.tt word) j word of atuit ipelliug,
but dUoreni niemlai. to b u l but one. r
Kourth. fluraUofAtl word
V-Tf J.1 lmlllttI o'pl blogr.hlcftl mmtt, ntmei of flnlon. Scripture proper ntmei, n
(. tiMUlm I'ttne, bat jvtiiroithf drfioilug poiMtilve oane or olherwlie not admllted.
rlitn. na wntat Count.l unluu ihrt.lnh. n...rt.in. i.u.
W. R. TUBBS, PROPRIETOR
Ol'l'OSITE COOUT HOUSE.
Laive and convenient simnlo rooms, llath rooms
hot, unU colli water, nnU all modern coiivenlences
JryTAINWIUGIlT & CO.,
rBAH18YltUr8,COc'FltB, bUGAlt, MOLM-SkH
N. E. cornor Bccond and Arch stroma.
-Bfiirdors will receive prompt attentln
wanted for Tho lives of all tho 1'resl
dents of tho U, H. Tho largest, hand
somest, uosr, noon ever bom loriess man
book In America, liumenso lirollts to agents. All
Intelllirent peoplo want It Any ono can Ix-eomo a
suoecsblul aseiit. '1'enns fiee, lUi.i.KTTliook: Co.,
I'orlland; .Maine. Deo Ul-ly
Tho moat popular lesnrt ontlio Kiisiiuelianna
lllver Is tho Wapwallopen Valley Hotel, Wupwal
lopen, LuieinoCn , IM.
, This lionso has been tnoroiiKiily renovated and
is fitted up with every eoiiMJiilonees for Ira.
velers, toin Ists, hunt Intr mid ilnhlut; pai I tin. It Is
delightfully situated tu tho midst of a beautiful
suction ot rlvor and mountain scenery In i'Io-jj
proximity to tho famous
and special inducements aro offered to nil who
di-sliD recivatlon oomOliiwl with Unit class ac.
enmmodattoni. The bar supplied only vtlththo
choicest wluesnnd llipiors, excellent stablo iie
Cominodatloiis, boats tu litre c.
ts wanted for tuillicn.
edition of liU life; wilu
i at his own home, wlih
his cooix-ratlun unit hksU.
tance, by tho re nownotl doodrlch. Ijirisost, cheap,
est, handsomest, bet-U Klt'k'aiitlylllustruttd. costs
moro ikt copy to manufacture than tho other lives
that are sold for twice lis price, outsell.- all others
ten to one. (mo ot our ugcuta mado a iiroilt of
over tan tho nrst day. A harvest of gold will bo
roalbxd by oery worker. AH now U'gliiucrs suo
ceed grandly, Terms free, and thomo.it llU-ral
ever orrered. Have vuluablo lime by sending icts.
for pontage, eta, on free outllt. which lncludus
large prospectus book. Act quickly : u day at thu
start is worth a woi-k at tho IluUh.
July Itvsw II. IIAIXUTf ft)., I'orlland, Mo.
(ui,iiii. tiantvi, vniMim iiitae. bat rMlrnihci 1
"' 'it ,v,d, ii'.r1,"' "r ? a;-k' k,- ' " ' " " 1 5 1 '' r ' t"'. ' fc.ibr.Vn"" -".
SUth. All Hit. nun U In by O.mber lit. tod th. rrrmlumt will b. awarded Dr.. 70th.
Si-Tjnlh.. m.lumi will l flrra In rauilon .erorllng Io lb. Urftn II, u vl word..
Kltblb. Ll.U uiuit n.t b. ,.nt In roll, but put In .nvrlop,-..
Jl". n'i,v!l.,i1V!l.H,"l,i,,r Xe7 V.rli dri.c.. 1IM K.-. I. Str.rl.or our Tbll.-lrlpbU 0mee, 1IW Il.wtrd StrMl.
Tlie II A'S r-O U'l'ilR-.nlutlj loll by bolci.lt ipd Ret.llOro.i-rilbroiiiboi,t tin lolitd Stn lor Oxji-in.
whrnti-r III mrrllf rr- kiio.u II tojoyi unboui.drd pop.lirlly. Nolwllbit.udliic tbti. full w. b.io rnrltrd ,
. bu .Ju-.l Ictliri i from jnrr.oni In our formor cimln.t, ontoidilnlnc It il tb.lr irotf r did not kfrn IA V 'rl lo.p, od 1
I". ,:',r.'iln.,,"."?.,,,'?"J '"Wf '"" ll not ooly .imiat in tbol, own lliht, but doluf ui I
ir,.t Inju.tloj. It I. to Ik- bol-t. tnd It It r.lo our d.ilre, Ib.l eonlcit.nl. will u.e eery eriorl to b.,o Ibclr troccr.
...ly Ihcni. but In f.c lh., will not w. will on mripl of l.oo, furw.r.1 to .ny l-icl nf tbo foiled Kl.tc, cut of
.I..I..T,,. III, .. we., rrer.l l. 10 r.kei. IncludlM tl.re. of our lle.ullfully mbi.Uj -ctur. r.rd..
TH " l I',"" WT.""1 "oip !. I.t In u.e you b.T. no llolllnc Scobllnf .or ll.nl tlubblm
II ... .. I,l., f ,. . n,l rb.il , .III r rr. ll UH U.e IIA Vs SUA I doe. not do .II we cl.lm To? It If uwi ..Tedl.
. ';".'.:? rr.n.WC.',,'T,'.l T"'""" 'l"r?li I'.rd.of mnj,.lin,-ri.iJe.l,ii.rlTeo. W.uufnnr..lb,
ii v v a Klin u. n.t. iim. iiii. lino k no il.... o . mi, nM. mi, uit, t mi rvritiii "iff, KII?r!
June 13-13 w
C'elelirnlcd Clilckcrlinr. Ivors &
uuu Vnsevt Son Pianos. World rd
nownetl Kstey Ori'.ms. Violins, Aocortlefins1
niiit Shoel JIiisic. (Vlelirntcd While, New
Illsli Ann Davis, Now Home, Itoynl St.
John, anil Llcht Itumiliig Domestic Bowing
iiiucnines. rieeiucs, on ami nttncliinents
for nil limited of Hewing Machine.
V IM'IIKASEU .NLMlIKItl OF
which exlrd Mij m.nl the mny requeiti cr p
the following mublDom rreiuat lo iho utrvoiuu
SOAP flNI V
Nth. f'rnlt ffland. Rich, Rlu or Amfcer Glut
Vlh. Tottvii.Tito Het 3 i-lreei. Iled or AfcUr
loth. Cuntfr, t-'ttd Jundle
11th. lfel'ltvlier,3qtl.,Ctifted Ifotibla MTalUl
18th. Fruit HUiuf, Kack Crjitkl Cut UUia!.'!'
PREMIUM OF $20
Ui half tht number of nordi of the hlgheit cotuyetHor.
i wt.. . .. .7.. ... ....
BLOOMSBUim PLANING MILL
The undersigned having put bis Planing Mil
w Kfiiiunu wnwt, in llioirtiuaa UUUUIUOU. IS DTG
pared to do all kinds of work in nls lino,
FRAMES, SASH, DOORS,
furnished at reasonable prices. All lumber used
Is well seasoned and none but skilled workmen
ESTIMATES FOR BUILDINGS
jurnlshod on application, nan and Bpecinoa
ThoSciouceofLife, Only $1
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
M Medical Work on Manhood.
Exhausted Itallty, Nervous and Physical Debit.
lty,l7-emalurolechiio Inllun. Errors ot Vouth.
audtlieuutold miseries resulting from IndlsciiA
tlon of excesses. A book for eiery man, young,
inlddlc-aged uud old. It contains 1U5 presorlptloiis
fur all acute and chronlo diseases, each one of
hlch Is Invaluable. So found by tho Author, whoso
experlt-nco for S3 years Is such as probably never
bcfoiofclltotho lot of any physician, awpuges,
bound in beautiful French muslUi, cmboitoc3
covers, full gill, guaranteed to bo a finer work In
every bense miichaiileul. lltcntry nnd professional
than any other work sold In this country for t&fio.
or tho money will bo refunded In every lnstauco,
ITlco oiilyjl.uo by mall post-paid. Illustrative
Bauiploaceuui. Beud now. oofd medal awarded
tho author by tho National Medical Aitooclatlon. to
tho oniccrs of which ho refers. 1
The Science of Ufo should bo rend by the youn
for Instruction, and by tho anilctcd for relief, it
Thero Is no memlierof society to whom Tho
SclencoofUtowlllnotbo useful, whether youth,
parent, guardian, instructor or clergi-matl Arl
.A?,Ur.L?3,,h0 1'eabody Medical Institute, or l)r
W. 11. Parker, No. -I llultlnch street, Huston, Mass.,
who may bo consulted on all diseases requiring
skill and oxperionco. chronlo and obstinate diseas
es and that liaobaraed tho I i .i i i skin 0f
another physicians a spu MliiA I j'tlalty.
uueh treated successful Mill xISkii IfYr
wlthoutan Instanceof LXL I O 111 lj t fall
uro. Mention this paper. i--ix-July
!3-t w u
RAIIiROAD XZZVia TABXB.
Philadolpliia & Er!o R. R. Divis
ion, and Northern Central
In orrict Mny
15th, 1881. Trains lenvo sun-
, 11.15 o. m., Pea Shoro Express (dally except
arrlUngnt 1'lilladclplilaa.lftp. in.; New lurk.
auon. In. I llfltllmnip. n.in u m . lVn.iiln.,iA..
aw p. iii.
ValtlmoiC. 5.10 II. in Wnxhlni'lmi
n.. conncclluir nt l'liii.-Hii-inhi.i mrmi u.,.
Slioro. points. Through passenger coach to
stoop, m. Day express (dally), for llarrlshurg
nnd Intermediate statlons,orrlvlug nt I'hUadeliHilii
7.S3 p. m. j New York, law) p. in. ; Iialtlmoro
7,S0p. m.; Washington, o.4Bp. m. Parlor en
through to Philadelphia and passenger coacho
through to Philadelphia and llultlmoro.
H,20 p.m. wnuamsport Accommodation (dally
for Harrlsburg nnd nil Intermediate stntlons, nrrlv
Ing at Philadelphia a WS n. m. ; New York O.io n. m.
Weeping car accommodations can bo becured nt
Harrlsburg for Philadelphia nnd New York, on Hun
days a through sleeping car will bo run; on this
train from Wllllamsp't to Philadelphia. rhllndolphlii
passengers can remain In sleeper undisturbed until
7 a. in.
2.U0 a. m. trie Mall (dally except .Monday)
for. . Harrlsburg and Intermediate stations.
arming at riiuadelphla 7.Wa.m. NcwYoik,
11.20 a. m. ; naltlmoro 7.40 n. m: ; Washington, 8.5(5
n- m. a hrougli iniliinan sleeping cars uro run on
this train to Philadelphia, Iialtlmoro and Washing,
ton, and through passenger coaches to PhlladJl
phla and Ualthnoio.
5.15a. in. Kilo Mall (dally except Sunday), foi '
Krlennd nil Intermediate stntlons with through
lmllman Palaco car and through passenger
coaches to Krlo, and through Pullman l'alaco
enrsto IlulTnlo viaKmporlum. on Sundays this
train i una to llenovo, with Pullman Palace car to
lUlainsport nnd passenger coaches to ltcnovo.
For Ounandalgua and intermediate stations,
itochcster, lnifTiIoondNiagara Falls, (dally except
Sundays) with through Pullman 1'iilaco ear and
passenger coaches toltochestcr.
10.15-Nows Kxpress (dally except Sunday) for
Iiek Haven and Intermediate stations, on Sun
days this train urns only to Wllllainsport.
1.10 p. in. Niagara Express (dally except Hun
day) for Kano and lntenncdlato stations with
t hrough passenger coaches to Kane, l'or Canan
ilalguu and principal lntenncdlato stations.
lloChestcr, llurrnlo and Niagara Falls win!
through passenger coaches to Kochester and Par
lor car to watklns.
B.S5 p. m. Fast Lino (daliy.cxcept Sunday)for lie
novo nnd lntenncdlato stations, and Klmlra, Wat
klns nnd Intermediate stations, with through pas
bengcr coaches to ltcnovo and watklns.
TllltOUCUI TItAlNS FOlt SUNllUltY FltOM THE
EAST AND SOUTH.
Nows Express leaves Pklladclplila 1.30 n. m. ;
VoiQ S,U' '"' 'lan'' nrrl"n'' at sunbury
... i - , ,, , Niagara Express leaves
Plilladclphla, T.io a. m. j Iialtlmoro 7.ao a. m. (daily
except bunduy) nrrUliig ut bunbury, 1.10 p. in
with through Parlor ear from Philadelphia
f,I.;aln1."Vl,1,!!l,'..1,aSbellcr coaches from Phlladel
phln and Iialtlmoro.
if,'1!s.,',l,uo 'eaves New York B.00 a. m. i Philadel
phia, ll.io a. m. ; Washington, 9,-lua. tu. : Maul
more, 10.51) a. in., (dally except Sunday) nrilvlng a
sunbuiy, mo p. m., with through passenger
coaches from Philadelphia and naniinoit'.
,J';"0,iJ"!ilUcavc3:!;L:w York ttoo p.m. ; Phlladel.
phla, ii. so p. in. j Washington, nl.(0 p.m.! Haiti
moro, ll.S'ip. m., (dallj-) airlvlngat sunbury 5.1
a. m., with through Pullman sleeping carH
from Philadelphia, Washington und Dalllmoro and
through passenger coaches from Philadelphia,
aliy m uihlngton runs dally except suu-
HUNnilKY, HA.I,i;TON c IVII.KHMIAltltK
ItAll.ltOAII ANI NORTH AND WKST
, (Dally except Sunday.)
Vtllkcsbario .Mail leaves sunbury ln.aon. m..
iirrlvlugatllloouiFciry 11.87 a. in., llkes-barro
12.&3 p. m.
Express East leaves sunbury 5.85 p. m., arriving
at nfoom Ferry (1.80 p.m.. Wllkes-barro H.00 p. in.
uigot nioom Ferry la.oi p. in., mmbury km p. in.
Kxpress w est leaves llkes-barro s. p. in., nr.
rlUug at llloom Ferry 1.15 p.m., sunbuiy b.io p.
CHAS. 11 PUOII, J. It. WOOD,
Cleii. Manager. ocn. Paatengcr Agent.
piIlLADELPIIAANn KEAD1NO KOAU
ARlvAKQEMENT OP 1'ASfcENGFJt
TUilNH LVB KOI BUT AS n)LIWS(8UmiiY
For Now York.Ihlladolohla.lti.iirtir,j-i-niivni
Tamaqua, te., 11,5a a. m,
For Catawlssa, 11,50 i. m. 0.13 aud 10.28 p. 10.
For Wllllam3port,,3ii 11.43 a. ra. mid 4,06 p. .
For Lowlsburg and Sunbury. 4 uc n. in.
ratirisroR BUraaT lxav as rui.umt. (somiiy
liOave New York. via. Tammni.-i B.nn m ....
via. Hound Brook ltouto 7,45 a. in.
Lcavo riiuadelphla, J,50 a. m.
Leave Reading. 11.55 a. m.. I'ntiHviii.. iui,. ..
and Tamaqua, 1,38 p. m.
Leavo Catawlssa, e,80li;i5 a.m. and 4,eop.n,.
Leave Wllllamsport,M5a.m,4.C5p.m.ani.0.l0i rn
Leave Sunbury 4.1V p. 111. ".ii.
" Lowlsburg 4.13 p. in.
Passongers to and from 1'hl'a lelphla go throuh
without change of cars.
J. H. Woo'IThh,
C. Q. HANCOCK, General Kan. iter
Janio!s8rfniri!r antl Tlcke AKUI'1-
J-ELAWAHE, LACKAWANNA AND
.m. p.m. a.m.
6 50 1) 40
5 55 9 45 I
01 9 60 :
6 W) U 67 :
fi IT 11) 01 !
S IM 12 55
B 23 10 09 2 61
o 17 13 51
H 12 12 48
S 08 12 41
8 08 12 41
M ttl VI S'J
7 59 12 .Ti
.... Wyoming., ,
.... Kingston ,,,
6 28 10 14 2 54
Ii 32 10 17 8 00
0 80 10 20 3 01
0 40 10 25 3 (Ml
6 48 10 25 3 OG
b 50 10 9 a 11
0 65 10 31 3 15
7 (X) 10 37 S 20
7 05 10 41 3 24
7 12 10 48 3 32
7 21 10 tU 3 43
7 47 11 10 3 57
7 63 11 1(1 4 03
8 00 11 22 4 10
8 00 11 811 4 11)
8 10 11 S'J 4 19
8 It 11 42 1 23
8 21 11 48 4 30
H 88 II 6.1 1 S3
8 31 11 57 4 42
8 39 12 02 4 IT
8 65 12 80 5 05
9 02 13 88 5 12
9 OH 12 33 b 111
(I 20 12 fjl fl sn
.7 51 12 :w
7 50 12 2(1
7 43 12 111
7 CU 12 08
7 18 11 50
1 11 11 50
7 05 11 43
6 58 It 8ll
t) 51 11 .13
Ii 50 11 SO
B 42 II 8.1
ti UU 11 17
B HI) 11 14
,, Hick's Ferry,,
Il 25 11 08
0 08 10 M
t 00 10 17
5 55 II) II
6 40 10 80
p in. a. 111,
, p. in
w. f. mm
Rifjln nt. hlo nM t..t ......
Jloi-iSL, and' has as usual a" Fiifsr cLAhll
llAKUiJHailOP. Ho respectfupy so n-it". ihS
fit 11 Nf.. ann Mi nf i-hru.n.
newly furnished. wura una
V. Payne, M.
"wwy owner rropiletor,
Thj 0. L. Van Duson Nursery Co.,
UKHEVA, N, Y,
Van Dusen Nurseries ostnbllshod 1839.
Also block at wholesale.
April 4-13t 0 0 w t