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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, CO I JJMBIA COUNTY, PA.
IWIDAY, JANUARY Sfl.TSSH.
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Correct Kiillroittl Time Table.
Trains on the l'UllAilclphta & It. It. leave ltupcrt
6;S(I (. la. H:Ma, in.
4:Utl p. in. 0:13 p. in.
Trnlnsou the 1). L. s w. It. It. leave liloorasburf
:0.1 a. ui. 8:28 a. m.
11.01 a. in. ll:M a. ni.
1.11:311 p. in. 4:30 p. ID.
TOO 8:3S n. m. train connects nt Northumberland
with lue..'13 train on l"ennsylvanla road, reaching
rhitadelpuu at 3.1 j p. in.
The 11:63 train connects with Philadelphia and
Heading ro.id at ltupcrt reaching Philadel
phia ul6:0U p. m.
Tho I . :5i train connects with Pennsylvania road
at .lorthuinbcruud at 1:00, reaching Philadelphia
M'f.li p. in.
Tho 1.30 p. m. train connects with Pennsylvania
road at aoriliumoeruucl at B.uJ p. in., and reaches
l'liuaaeipnia iu 3.113 a. in,
Trnlnennlhn V. Jt U. 11. ItftUwnv nilM Illoom
ferry as follows t
MOKTII. south. ,
ll:S7a.m. 12:01 p.m.
(1.80 p. m. 4:16 p. in.
Club llatcH tor' 1883,
A CHANCE TO UET THE 11 EST DEMOCRATIC
l'Al'Ell IN TUB COUNTIIV.
Tho New York H'orW is acknowledged
to bo tho lending Democratic paper In thu
United States. Everybody ought to take n
city paper In addition to a local one. We
have msdo arrangements with tho Weekly
World to club with tho Coujmman.
prico of tho Weekly World Is $1.00. On
receipt of 2.20 wo will send tho two pa.
purs to any address In tho county, for one
year. Clubs of five persons at ono post of
Hce can get them for 10,00 If ordered at
one time. This Is n very liberal offer, mid
is made for the purpose of extending our
circulation and not because tlicro Is any
money in It.
Wc do not believe In the chromo busi
ness. All the county nowspapers nrc pub
lished nt rates so low that thu margin of
profit Is very small, and unless nil subscri
bers pay up, tho loss 13 nearly equal to the
profits. Wo consider that our readers get
tho full worth of their money out of this
paper at $1.00 n year, and wo cannot nf
ford to glvo every subscriber a gold watch
or a piano, nt that price. But wo will do
this i Every subscriber who will pay up
all arrearages and ono year In advance will
rccelvo for ono year, Good Cheer, a monthly
paper devoted to the Interests of homo and
family, nnd containing much valuable
reading matter. A sample copy can be
seen at this olllcc. This offer will stand
only for a limited time, and all who wish
to get $2.00 worth for $1.50, should attend
to it nt once.
Lafayette ICeelcr, administrator of Thom
as McIIenry, deceased will sell valuable
roal estate on tho premises, in Benton
township on Saturday, January 24, 1885.
W. O. Holmes will tnko charge of the
Rupert lintel In the spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bertsch visited their
parents nt Mnuch Chunk last weak.
Dr. Wlllets formerly of Catnwlssa expects
soon to locate In Bloomsburg.
It. II. Hinglcr's brother of Philadelphia,
is visiting friends In tills place.
Geo. E. Elwell attended the meeting of
tho Democratic Slate Committe at Harris
burg on Wednesday.
W. E. ivnorr having purchased L. D.
Wintersteen's tobacco store, took posses
sion on Friday 10th.
Judge and Mrs. Elwell went to New
York state laBt Saturday, to attend the fu
neral of I!ev. King Elwell, a brother.
Frothonotary Snyder will move to
Bloomsburg soon, .and will occupy the
Townscnd house on Iron street,
David Wnlsh of Centralla, was in town
this week attending tho meeting of tho
mine commission, of which he is a mem
ber. .Miss Sadie Moore of Bucklioru, has pur
chased a handsome square-grand piano of
Audrus & Co., of WHliamsport. Miss
Sadie is fine player, and well deserves
such an instrument.
People who have been wishing for cold
weather ought to be satisfied now.
Sheriff Mourey has been kept busy of
late, ilo has had n number of sales.
Close observers of tho gooso bone say we
will have a mild closing of tho winter sear
sou, nnd an curly and plcasnut spring.
Lost. A Paul E. Wirt Fountain Pen.
The finder will return the same to A. A.
Clark at McICelvy's store.
The Catawissa Paper Mill is closed, on
nccouut of the falluie of McCready Bros,
of Philadelphia, Iho present owners.
David Winner offers himself as crier at
G, P. Stlncr's ready pay store at Orange,
villo Is the place for bargains. Head his
The thermometer ranged from 10 to 30
degrees below zero on Monday, at Chlca.
Silas Young's advertisement in tills paper
is worthy of careful perusal. Ho Is a llvo
business man and believes iu printers Ink.
The Eiening Journal, edited nnd publish
ed in Wllkcs-Barro by Mr. Sanders has sus
G. W. Sterner lias a store room and
dwelling on Main street, and a dwelling on
Market street for rent. Call on him for
Wu are indebted to Col. S. Knorr for a
liberal supply of delicious oranges, sent
direct by express from ills grove In Florida.
Thu Colonel will be at homo on the 20th
Mr, Samuel Loremau, ono of tUo oldest
citizens of Columbia county, died at his
homo in Franklin township, on Sunday
morning aged about 82 years. Ho wns
burled at Elysburg, on Tuesday,
Our closing out sale will last but u few
days longer. Wu still havo some desirable
goods left, but they are going rapidly.
Such an opportunity to buy cheap station
cry will not occur soon, aud those who uso
such articles should takn advantage of It.
The Pennsylvania Railroad lias reduced
thu faro for emigrants from Now York to
Chicago to $1,00. Tho regular faro Is $13.
00. This reduction was msdo in retaliation
agalust tho other companies which bad en.
tcrcd into a combination, nut failed tostund
by their agreement.
The tlmo for vendues is approaching
Those In need of sale bills will do well to
bear In mind that their work can bo done
at this olllcc promptly, neatly uiul at tho
lowest prices. Wu give a local notice free
until time of ealu, to all having bills printed.
Fon Sai.r. A fine pair of Vlnoyard nil
clnmp nnd nll-nlckct rolltr skates slzoll
Inches. Inquire nt this olllcc.
('has. Krug is making some repairs nt
his planing mill. When completed ho will
be In better shape than ever to turn out nil
kinds of work In Hits line.
Some further Improvements aro going on
at the Exchange Hotel, The sample room
has been handsomely fitted up, and the
hall lending .to It has been wainscoted and
G. A. Clntk lias recently received a lot of
new goods. Among them Is n large line
of well-selected wall papers. Persons who
contcmplulo making new Interior decora
tions and Improvements In their homes
this spring should examine Ids samples be
fore making selections. '
John Kclchticr died nt Ills home In the
northern part of Centre township mi Mon
day morning. Ho was upwards of 80 years
of age, and leaves n bust of relatives and
friends. He hnd been aftllctcd with drop
sy for somu time back nnd anticipated sud
den death. He was one of the oldest resi
dents of the county.
A. P. Burbank, the Prince of the Plat,
form, Humorist nnd Elocutionist, will ap
pear In the Opera House early next month,
under the auspices of the Winona Fire
Company. Tho date will bo announced
later. Ho Is n whole theatrical company by
himself. When here with Cnmllla Urso he
was highly appreciated, and will no doubt
draw n big house.
W. II. Smith, of the Milton Arpu, has
seen the gcncrnl tickot agent of the Penn
sylvanla road, Mr. Hnrrar, ond has ascer
talned that If one hundred tickets can be
guaranteed, the rale of fare for the round
trip to Washington nnd return, nt the In.
iiuguratioii, will bo IJ5.73. All neighbor,
tng towns to .Milton are invited to join In
the excursion, which will leave Milton
Tuesday, Miir.h 3rd, nnd return Thursday,
Monday evening, January I9tb, some of
the members of tho Lutheran church gavo
a surprise to Newton Boone, as well also
to Hev. Battersbee and family who hnve
recently moved to this place from Lairds
vllle, Lycoming county, Pa., and are liv
ing with Mr. Boone. Tho party consisted
of nbout sixty-flvc, of all ages, who spent
a joyous evening and gladdened the heart
of Mr. Boone and gave a cordial welcome
to Mr. Battersbee nnd family,
G. P. Stlncr of Orangeville , loBt $50 00
lust weak tnrousli tho carelessness of some
one. He gave the money to a Mr. Smith
for tho lienton stage driver to bring to
Hlnnmsbiin for denoslt In b.ink. Smith
gave the money to the diivur, whosu namo
Is Sutton, oi Demon. Aiine same lime amitu
nlso gavo Sutton some money for deposit
nt bank. In the evening Sutton returned
Smith's book, but denied having any for
Stinc. Sutton has been arrested and
bound over for court.
The Towanda Review has passed into the
hands of E. B. Thompson and O. D. Good
enough, nnd Is now a 6taunch Democratic
sheet, nbly edited, bright and newsy in its
matter, and very neat in appearance. It
will vie wilh the Argm for the leadership
of the Democracy of Bradford county, and
unless our friend Parsons looks after his
laurels ho will get left. There Is plenty of
room for two good Democratic papers in
Towanda, however, and It is not likely
that they will tread on each other's toes.
Success to both.
Honiwiiur.d, Jan. 12th, 1885.
A large surprise party met at the house
of P. D. McIIenry, in Fishlngcreck town
ship on the farm of Phillip Applcman Sr.,
on the 10th Inst. It was a genuine surprise
for Mr. and Mrs. McIIenry. They met
aboul 11 o'clock in spring wagon buggies
and a foot, they camo from every direction
with their baskets nnd buckets tilled with
goodies of nil kinds, nnd numbered nbout
00 of nil nges and sizes. We had a very
sociable and good time all around. About
2 o'clock the tables groaned under tho
weight of tho steaming eatables of various
kinds. At about 4 o'clock they began to
return to their respective homes, well satis
fied Ihut it will not soon be forgotten.
By One of the Paktt.
Harry Berlin took to himself u better
half last week, In tho person of Edith Lat
teer. On Thursday of last week it snowed
faithfully nearly all day, to the depth of
about six inches. Everybody was elated
with tho prospect of a season of good sled
ding. But on Friday It rained all day and
made a bad muss of slush nnd water. On
Saturday it was nil gone, nnd the wind
blew a gale.
We met the senior editor of tho Colum.
man, Col. J. O. Freeze, N. U. Funk, L. S.
Wintersteen, nnd some others wu do not
recollect.from Bloomsburg, last weck.Tues-
day. They are a hale, hearty looking lot
of men. The Colonel begins to show his
age. We would like to sco him rewarded
for the services rendered to hU party, ac
cording to their true merits.
The prospects for a good Ice haivest are
not very bright at present.
Said lie, "My love, would you sharo my
joys and sorrows, prosperity and ndver
slly, weal nnd woo as long as wo both
shall live ?" "You shock me," said she,
with oppnrent surprise, "I never presumed
of your Intention mo thus to apprise." The
bluff was rather gruff, nnd unpleasant to
retain, hence, not alluding to tho subject
again. She becamo more thoughtful, and
not a llltle Impatient at last) and finally
said, "pleaso shock me again, and I papa
and mamma will ask."
TllC MlllllliC CoilllillNHlou.
Tho commission nppolnted by tho Gov.
cruor to report on thu mining laws of this
State, and to make such changes and sug
gestions ns arc necessary aud desirable for
tho best Interests of nil concerned, met at
tht Exchange Hotel on Monday aftcrnsun
at 5 o'clock. Theru wero present repre
senting tho operators Messrs. Phillips,
Kcmercr, Fulton, Riley and Hlnes j Mine
Inspectors Gay, Ryan, Williams, Hoderlck,
Mauchlino j nnd Miners White, Brcnnan,
Wulsh, Coylo and Fisher. Tho members
not present wero Mr. Bwoyer of Luzerne,
of the operators j Inspector Bluett of
Lackawanna, und Mr. Honey, miner, of
Northumberland. Mr, Hlnes of ficranton,
is chairman, and Cnpt, Richard Halm of
Pottsvlllu secretary of the commission,
Tho sessions continued unill Wednesday
morning. This Is the eighth meeting, and
will probably bo thu final one unless tho
Attorney General finds somo unconstltu.
tional provision In thu report, when tho
commission will bo teconvened. Tho re-
port will bo printed and submitted to the
Governor. All the sessions havu been bar
inonlous, und thcro has been no friction
between tho different elements. The re
port will bo substantially unanimous. Thu
conduct of tho miners of this commission
Is highly spoken of by thu operators, as
they havo shown a disposition from thu be.
glutting to further tho work of the com
mission, and have been of much assist,
auco in practical suggestions.
The Individual collieries In this vicinity
suspended operations, Indefinitely, on
Wednesday. Tim prospects for tho future,
or until Spring at lcastf lor tho hundreds
of men and boys tints thrown out of cm
ploymcnt, are Indeed discouraging.
Thomas Kcarns, a young man employed
nt Ccnlrnlla colliery, had his foot badly
crushed between the bumpers, while coup,
ling mine wagons, on Tuesday.
A pigeon shooilng match lias been ar
ranged between Daniel Curry of town, nnd
William Wrngg of Shennndnnh, for $100
n side. The match to take place on the
23rd of next month, In Centralla grove.
Lovers of this kind of sport will bu afford
i'd nn opportunity of witnessing somu very
fluo shouting, us both men aro considered
expert wing shots.
At n sweepstake pigeon thoollug match
In Olrardvllle on Tuesday, Mr. Curry took
second prize twenty.llvu itullais killing
six birds out of n possible seven.
Jnmcs Goldsworthy has been nppolnted
Assistant Inside Foreman at Logan col
licry. James has n host of friends, who
are pleased to hear of his elevation to
such nn Important position.
The marriage of Pntilck Walsh nnd
Miss Mary llornn look pUco In St. Ignn.
tills' church on Tuesday evening, In the
presence of n largo number of friends.
After thu marriage ceremony was per
formed they repaired to the home of the
bride, where a very pleasaut time was In
dulged In until tho early hours next morn
Ing. Tho Citizens' Band tendered tho hap
py couple a serenade during tho evening,
and were Invited to regale themselves with
the many good things usually on hand on
Lou. Walsh was presented with n gold
medal on Monday, by Mr. Davis, the con
tiactor of Heno tunnel nt Montana. Lou.
Is thu conceded champion of tool sharpen
ing, hence the presentation.
On Saturday the employees of Logan,
CcntrnlU and Continental collieries re
ceived their wages for December.
An infant child of Michael llyan died on
Saturday, fiom croup.
Heprescntntlve-elect Bryson left for liar
ilsburg on Tuesday morning.
Thomas Gerrity ha3 opened a llsh mar
ket on Broad Street.
Four young men, slightly Intoxicated,
entered the Polish saloon under Fclffci'a
Hotel, on Wednesday evening, and under
took to lay thu bar-tender out. The latter,
seeing they were determined to do 1dm
bodily harm, caught up n bar of iron and
dealt one of the young men n blow on the
head, from the effects of which lie has not
yet recovered. The others, evidently,
thought the "beer slinger" n rough man to
tackle, and made a lightning exit through
a back door. Tho following day warrants
were issued for their arrest, and each wil
lingly paid fine and costs, to esoapo the
vengeance of the Polo.
Messrs. Ferguson, Currau nnd McDonald
havo been appointed ushers In the Catholic
Palmer Kress, son of John Kress, book
keeper in the Mammoth storp, fell on thu
leu on Monday, nnd contracted the cords
of his leg. The boy has been a cripple for
years, and his physician thinks that with
proper treatment the stretching of the
cords will restore to him tho use of the
Darby O'Connor, the oldest landmark In
town, died on Sunday morning, at the ad
vanced ago of 101. Ho came to this bor
ough about thirty years ago, and hns been
a resident ever since. Ho was never
known to bo sick, and his last Illness was
of short duration, lasting but a few days.
His funeral took 'place on Wednesday
morning from the residence of Mrs.
O'Connor, and was very large. A Requl
am High Mass waB celebrated for the re
pose of his soul, by Rev. J. J. Itusscll.
A brother of Daniel Curry In Now Mex
ico has been heard from, to tho great sur
prise of his relatives, who wero under the
impression that ho was drowned seventeen
Samuel Kress, clerk for L. A. Riley &
Co., has accepted n similar position in
Park Place store.
Rov. Smoyer, Presldiug Elder of this
district, preached in the M. E. church, to
very largo and appreciative audiences on
Saturday and Sunday evenings.
Mr. J. Taylor, owner of the Big Mine
Hun colliery, Inspected tho inside work
ings ot Logan nnd Centralla collieries du
ring the week.
Prof. Ball nnd Miss Christie Williams
embarked on the matrimonial sea on Wed
nesday evening. Tho knot was tied by
Rev. O. SI. Lamed. May thelr's be smooth
sailing o'er the great sea of life.
Pkksonai.s. Monroo Daniels and sister
of Shnmokin, Mis3 Rhoads of Danville,
Jame3 Bakey of New Berlin, nnd Lewis
Stockett of Park Place wero visitors to
town the past week.
The Noli, Valley nncl llieir Hcenery
The Nob Mountain is a beautiful chain
ridge of u uniform altitude of several hun
dred feet of elevation from base to sum
mit. Its baso docs not exceed a mile, nnd
slopes boldly nnd regularly from either
side until it forms n sharp even edgo nil
along tho top of the entire length of the
tlrst link, or to Shlekshinny notch, rescm
bllng a continuous oblong pyramid. It is
crossed by the old Berwick turnpike via.
Jonestown, and nlso farther oast by u
State road. Its western extremity butts
against Orangeville and stretches far away
In tho distance in a nearly straight line in
the direction of Wllkcsbarro nnd beyond.
It branches about four or five miles east of
Orangeville nnd runs from thence two par
allel chains to Shlekshinny, whoso liases
almost meet in places, forming an exceed.
Ingly narrow valley, expanding sufficient
ly, however, to contnln a small settlement,
and contracting ns It approaches Shlek
shinny, when they again unite Into n sin.
glo chain and continues its abovo named
courso. Several gaps uro cut nbrubtly
through the Nob to thu luvel of tho sur-
rounding country through which flow
Shlekshinny nnd Ifunlock creeks, faclllta.
ting convenient nnd easy communication
between tho great Fishlngcreck and other
valleys nnd thu railroad, river, canal nnd
coal breakers, creating Shlekshinny aud
isantlcoke great centres of trade. Access
to tho above named places Is bettor facili
tated than formerly by the construction of
first-class turnpikes about llvu or six miles
in length each, through nnd from these
notches into thu country. We never saw
a road so much traveled nnd used as tho
"pike" through Slilckhlnny notch. The
great valley lies at tho foot nil nlong the
entire Nob Mountnln, nnd tho landscape
spreads In tho far distance, an extensive,
rugged, broken nnd undulating plateau,
containing many townships In upper Col
umbla and Luzerne counties, extending
north twelve to sixteen miles until it does
horaago nil along tho foot of North Moun
tain. It Is crossed by numerous sticams
meandering In nil directions, watering the
country nnd uffordlng power for mauy
llouring mills, nncl it largu paper mill nt
Hubcrvlllu. Saw mills are things of tho
past, 'Iho soil Is highly productive and
well tilled, nnd tho Inhabitants aro chiefly
farmers. Purer nnd softer water and a
moro salubrious cllmato could not easily
bo found. It contains no mining districts
nor railroad facilities nt present, but there
aro fair prospects for both In tho near fit.
turc. Wc will now return to our first sub
ject and ndd other features to tho nnrallvu.
From the summit of Nob Mountain which
overlooks tho entire valley, bounded by
these mighty mountain walls, nnd tho hor
Izon, ths votnry of scenery nnd pleasure
has a mrovlow, picturesque, romantic nnd
grand beyond description, which cannot
well bo surpassed In grandeur nnd beauty.
Here the whole vnlley opens to view Us cu
tiro length nnd brcadlh. The numerous
vales and dales, hills nnd sides, Hopes and
gorges present n pleasing aspect. The
cultivated fields, patches of woods, farm
buildings mid towus ndd to Its splendor.
Here the poet hns a rapturous field, nnd a
transporting prospect. Each particular
season hns Its peculiar charms. In the
Spring ull nature fresh nnd nllve with tho
warble nf birds and tho gentle zephyrs, tho
orchnrds and trees in full bloom, the foil,
agu fairly started, the grain fields nud
meadows green from the congenial rays of
tho sun, tho beholder Is transported In !m.
nglnatlon to a state of n new existence. In
the Summer tho busy, tolling masses may
bu seen preparing the soil for the reception
of seeds nud tho gathering ot tho rich nnd
bountiful crops so common, for this fa
mous nnd historic section of country. Iu
tho "balmy, smoky days" of Autumn, und
days of "many colored lenves," the hnz.y
atmosphere renders double beauty to nil
objects seen through Its partiul obscurity
and dimness. And dining lis frosty morn.
Ings come thundering up n confusion of
mingled sounds from tho report of tho
sportsman's gun, whack of the nxc, pound
ing with Iho thresher's flail or mechanic's
hammer and rumbling ot wheels nnd other
causes from the busy populace below. In
the evening, when nil objects fade in the
twilight, and the mnnilo of darkness en
shrouds nil nature in obscurity, and every
thing Is hushed In repose, and the silence
only broken by the occasional hooting of
tho owl, or cry of the wild beast, It is not
without lis attractions. The lonely obser
vcr in thu solemnity of night in solltuda
from thu mountain's height is greeted with
an almost Innumerable host of glimmering
lights streaming forth from tho lamps of
every dwelling, like beacon lights signal
ing the wanderers home, or to warn them
ot npproaching danger. But thu home clr
cle, with all its endearments, charms, nt
tractions, domestic duties, family chats
and jokes, and other evening employments
with childish amusements, and nil things
else worth living for aro represented by
every light that penetrates tho darkness.
Ah I it Is n scene that needs the guardian
care of angels. Still later on In the night
as ono nfter another flickers mvay nnd dis
appears, he may well conclude from
t.iu few remaining lights what caieful
watching with anxiety aud fear, lest ma
llgnaut diseases, suffering, nnd perhaps
death have entered some humble homes
and rendered somo of them broken, dis
consolate and unhappy. And, oh ! what
sympathy they need.
Winter is not without its chatms, though
Its frigidity will not permit much of obser
vation. Its sports and pleasures aro more
attractivo than Its sceneries. But, to
crown nil In a densely foggy morning, as
one ascends 113 heights, and gradually
rises above the fog, as though emerging
from tho depths ot the sen, until he enters
into the clear sunshine of day, abovo thu
even surface of the mist. What a pros,
pect I What a sight ! and what a thought!
An apparition of a beautiful, broad and ex
tcnslvo lake, without u sign of a vessel on
its white sheet, and bounded by thu shores,
viz i tho tops of Nob and North Moun.
tains, with all tho inhabitants and every
thing hu left behind engulfed beneath its
bosom. It reminds ono of Lot fleeing
from tho cities of destruction. And as
the sound of the hum aud drum of tho bus
iness of the sturdy yeomanry from below
comes through its depths, ho is struck
with astonishment, wonder, awe.
On Thursday of last week, T. W. Kist
ler camo homu to spend a month.
David Stroup of Ml. Pleasant, accom
panied Rev. Sharrettsou this circuit Sunday
Amos F. Old of Allegheny, who U visit
ing a few weeks at this place, spent the
latter part of last Sabbath with Win.
Thu funeral of Hattlu Applcman took
place Monday afternoon.
Austin Ohl hns returned from a few
week's visit with his cousin iu Centre county-
.Miss Mattio Hartmau Is spending thu
week nt Bloomsburg with her sister, Adda,
F. B. Hnrtman formeily of this place, Is
now in New Jersey, actlngas gcueinl agent
for Will's Fountain Gold Pen.
Parties desiring guineas may bo supplied
by applying to Joe White, our up.town
merchant. He has a flock of fifteen.
Never you mind, Buckhorn will not be
behind. What do you think, wu Imvo n
skatlug rink! Pursel's hall and free to all.
The two grades of our schools will throw
together this week and have rhetorical ex
crclses. C. M. Tcrwilllger our down town mer
chant, renders the Berwick correspondents
puzzle to be tho following name i Berwick
High School, He also finds thu answer to
thu Benton ladles lobe Hattlo Laubach.
Wo glvo the following as our solution to
tho beef problem .In tho Benton items of
last Issue :
x equal cost of B's per lb.
x plus ljc, equal cost of A's per lb.
40 x plus50(x pluslc.)cqual(7c. xl021b.)
102 x equal $0,30.
x equal 0 3-17cts. cost of B's per lb.
x plus 1 Jo . equal 7 23-84cts. costs of A's per
Whole cost of B's equal $2.81 2-17.
" "A's " $1.29 15-17.
Answer to puzzle in same Items. Hon
esty Is the best Policy. Fairy.
Mrs. Cornelius had a light stroko of par
alysis last week. Sho Is conllucd to her"
W. W. Sutllff Is ntteuding to his business
I supposo the new mull route will bo
given to Mr. Alfied Eveland, starting at
Forks and ending nt Shlekshinny.
W. W. Coleman left here last week for
Berwick j ho Is clerking for T. P. Swayze.
Packer, our miller at Jonestown, Is going
to leave tlicro In the Spring j Ho Is going
to Philadelphia. Mr. Bart Shannon will
take charge of thu Jones mill after Packer
Our school houses aio all kupplled with
thu patent seats and desks. Somo ot thu
tax payers are very much displeased with
the board for purchasing them s Ihey say
wo are too poor at this time. I think It
spenks well for Fishlngcreck school direc
tors. They don't want their children to go
to school in a hogpen.
The suow nt this plnco left in a hurry
causing Huntingdon creek to rise very
Tho answer to No 1, of last week is Ber
wick High School) No. 8, Hnltto Laubach,
from Bcnlon correspondent, Honesty Is tho
best Policy, Eber A. Brown, Clcmuel liar,
man, Maurice- L. Keller, Llghtstrect, Harry
T, Wells, Guss Lenm, Berwick, Andy Mc
Henry, Stillwater, Charley Lulz, Blooms
burg, IrnmDcrr, Dorr's, W. B. Pousl,Buff
nlo, N. Y., Mrs. J, B. Laubach, B'.nlon,
Ida Kelchncr, Llghtstrect, W. II. Mailz,
Berwick, have sent In tho correct nnswers.
Wo have received sovornl solutions to
thu Benton problem, but ns our corrcspon
dent did not send the answer, wc cannot
say which Is correct, not having tlmo to
"Dick" sends thu following i
1 nm composed of 15 letters.
My 12, 3, 10, 5 Is n passion.
My 1, 0, 13, 4, 0 Is to bu thoughtful.
My 2, It, 15 Is n color. .
My 7, 8, 6, 13, 14 Is puic.
My whole Is n distinguished man.
A Stillwater correspondent contributes
1 nm composed of 23 letters.
My 1, 12, 7, 6 1, 20, 17 Is tho name of a
My 10, 7, S, 8 Is thu condition of some
My 17, 10, 4 Is thu name of an animal.
My 10, 22, 14, 17, 10, 2, 12, 2t is a root
My 11, 7, 21, 18, 10, II is n stale capital
My 1, 8, 17, 10, 15, 21 Is n kind of n fruit.
My whole h a man that Is very well
known In Pennsylvania.
Answer to Benton problem I correct as
given by our Jerseytown correspondent.
It was solved nlso by Charlc3 Lutz of
Bloomsburg, John McIIenry of Benton. A
Centre school-boy,1' .Miner A. Kurnes of
Our puzzle column Is attracting consid
erable attention, and If properly conduct
ed, may bu madu a sourcu not only of
amusement but of Instruction. Numerical
puzzles of a historical character, contain
ing names and words that require somo
study on tho part of those who solve them,
may impress Important tacts upon tho
minds of tho young Unit they would not
otherwise remember. Such ore preferable,
and wc invito our contributors to turn
their attention In tint direction.
Hero Is one from n Bloomsburg boy.
1 am composed of seventeen letters.
My 3, 12, 8, is a mythical god.
-My 0, 12, 11, 2, 8, 14 is a tropical fruit.
My 8, 4, 7, 11 is midday.
My 1, 0, 2, 15 Is not far away.
My 0, 10, 14, 10 floats on water.
My 13, 17, 2, 15, G Is found In oysters.
My wholo Is a celebrated character who
was tho victim of his own ambition.
Another from n subscriber in New York
I am composed of 20 letters.
My 12, 10, 10, 14, 2 is my favorite name.
My 0, 5, 3, 21, 10, 15, 10 is an island.
My 20, 13, 22, 1, 0, 8 Is part of n house.
My 20, 21, 11, 0 Is used in cooking.
My 13, 7, 23, 20, 18, 17, 4. 15 what I
made on New Year's day.
-My 15, 13, 4, 25 Is used by carpenters.
My whole Is what I would like all my
friends In Bloomsburg to sec.
Answer to half square puzzle.
Answer to squaru puzzle,
O T T O
Puzzles containing personal allusions,
and those intended as advertisements, will
not bu printed,
TlirnSDAY AFTE1INOON ASM I'lllIlAY
Prof. Ileck wns the first speaker of the
afternoon session. His subject was Local
History and Geography. Many young
pupils aru not interested in history and
geography, because in Iho former tho ob
ject of thought Is the map nnd not real
mountains nnd livers nnd oceans nnd
towns ; iu the latter tho event Is too re
mole and thu place n dot on tho map or a
mystery. To bo Interested In the study of
thesu branches the Imagination must be
exercised nnd cultivated. The geography
of Columbia county should be tnught in
every school of thu county. The pupil
could then contemplate the physical fea
tures of the county ns on the map nnd as
lu nature. Maps would then menu some,
thing. Thu history of the county should
go with Its geography. Tho event could
bo Imagined hero from thu knowledge of
the place. Pupils uro intensely interested
iu thu history of the county and from this
a passion for tho history of thu state and
nation can bo educed. Someone should
prepare n school history and gcogruphy of
Iho county iu which not only thu history
and geography and Industries and rcsour
res of the county and thu object of county
nud township organizations bo set forth ;
but also the duties, thu responsibilities
and Importance i.f each.comity and town,
Prof, Sanfoid spoke on busy work. The
beat way to keep children quiet is to keep
them busy. Ho gavo tho following, ns
some of the things to keep them busy with
profit und Interest. Talking exorcises und
writing exercises assign words lor bases
ot sentences. Havo them punctuato their
sentences. Tell them something towrltu
about. Glvo them objects to wrlto about.
Glvo them pictures to wrlto nbout. The
toucher describo something to write nbout.
Tho teacher rend something. Have them
wiltu letters. Let tho pupils tell and wrlto
thoughts from their reading lessons, nlso,
of things they havo seen. Children aro
very much Interested In letter writing. Be
carttul to correct nil errors In language
made by tho pupil,
Mr. Brown, editor of tho Republican nnd
Scc'y. of thu Bloomsburg school board then
spoku for a few minutes, Theru are no
young men learning trades. Teachers
should teach tho pupil that labor Is houor.
ublu uud nolle, Hu should hold beforu his
pupils such examples as Fulton, Whitney,
Stephenson, Edison, Wi'stenhouse ifcc.
Prof. Balllett epoku on tho child's knowl
edge of number.
Wo should always proceed from thu
known to thu unknown. Tho child knows
many things that wu do not glvuhim credit
for, and ho Is iguorant of niuuy things thnt
wu credit him for. Wo suppose that the
child when he first enters school knows
nothing of numbers. Tho Prof, showed
very clearly that a child of 5 years under,
stands ull thu fundamental processes of
number uddlllon, subtraction, multiplica
tion, division nud fractions i but that the
teacher f lightens nud confuses him with
terms, nibltrary symbols uud characters.
The child's ability u count does not prove
that ho understands number, for counting
hns nothing to do with number, except the
number one. Figures confuse the young
child. Four to the child is tho name of a
una nnd n flguro 4 is one character cnllcd
four nnd means only ono to him. Pupils
should bo exercised In nllthcpreccscs with
numbers but figures should not be Intro
duced for the first six mouths. By number,
concrete number Is meant.
Prof. Harrison recited Good bye Brother
Bob Burdettc was then strect-parnded
before the Institute. He gnvo n humorous
sketch of his experience in teaching.
School "Manns" nrc llko tho chinaman.
They havo no power In politics, therefore
their rights nro neither respected or com
piled with. This closed tho exercises for
tho day. .
Prof, Hnnford began the tnlklng on Fri
day with n continuation of his busy work.
Tho followlne Is n tkctcli of this rmrt of his
tnlh , Wflltnt. mnvlnit Innirnnfrn luaannd !
drawing, 1 tracing, 2 copying, 8 draw.
Ing geometrical figures arranging ob
jects, arranging colored shoe-pegs, work
In colois, &c, work In weight" nnd meas
ures. Ho then spoko of tho Importance of
blackboards nnd other apparatus and the
lighting, heating and ventilation of the
school room. This Is a subject that would
bear much ventilation ; for thcro Is nn un.
necessary amount of Ignornnco on the sub
ject. Of history he said teach the parts of
history that will developo patriotism, omit
ting dry details nnd Incidents.
Prof. Hnrrlson recited Thu Creeds of the
At thU stage a motion was passed to ex
tend tho Institute to 4 o'clock.
Stnte Supt. Hlgbcu spoko ot his school
recollections. The child will not rcniem
her you for tho history nnd arithmetic you
taught him. He will remember how you
handled him. Whether recollections be
pleasant or otherwise depends on the
teacher. Those things which mnku home
pleasant and Its recollections cndenrlng
should be introduced into school. Wc
should have good music in the school room
nnd pictures and other ornaments should
decorato Its wnlls. Not. only should Iho
Interior of tho school bo pleasant but the
exterior, also the grounds should bo laid
out In walks and flower beds. An ugly
and defaced school house Invites mutilation
From the stand point of economy a hand
some school house U to be preferred to nn
ugly one. Teachers should bo employed
for n longer time, than one year nnd should
be retnlned ns long ns possible. Tho direc
tors should havo power to employ them for
two years nt least. If moro than the prcs
eut appropriation Is needed nsk tho Stato
for more. (Read his last report). Tho
committed on resolutions reported the fol
lowing resolutions which were ndopt
Whkiieas, Tho teachers of Columbia
county, assembled in Bloomsburg, havo
again enjoyed tho plcasuies and beucflts of
their iinnual institute.
Whereas, It becomes n body of teachers
to keep nbreast ot the times on educational
subjects j to profit by the instruction of
eminent nnd experienced educators ; to 1m
prove In their leaching skill, nnd intellect
ual developments, therefore be it.
I2csolicd,' That the most sincere thanks
of the teachers be extended to all those who,
dlicctly or indirectly, helped to make tho
Institute a success : particularly to Dr.
Gruff, of Lewisburg University, Pa., Prof.
Sanford, of Middletown, N. Y., nnd Prof.
Balllett, oi Normal Park, 111., for their
earnest efforts in our behalf.
Tlerohcd, TJiat ascctctary, treasurer aud
door-keeper bo appointed by tliQ Supt., be
fore the opening of the next Institute, who
shall be paid $ for their services, nnd that
nn auditing committee of two be appointed
to audit accts., of tho Institute and pub
lisli the same by reading before the next in
stitute. Rcsohed, That we recognize tho impor
portnnco nnd necessity of teaching Tern
perr.nco Physiology and Hygiene in the
schools of our county, and that wc do here
by petition tho legislature to make the
teaching of them obligatory in all the pub
lic schools of .tho State.
Resolved, That three local Institutes be
held in the county during the balance of
the term ; that places bo assigned and lo
cal committees bo appointed to make ar.
rangements for the institutes.
Iteaohed, That some definito reading or
study relating to our profession bo mapped
out for the teachers lo do yearly, by the
committee of permanent certificates, (teach
ers to bo notified) nnd tho Supt. take
cognizance of it in his yearly examina
tions. Iltsohid, That we recognize tho impor
tance of u permanent directors' organiza
tion in tho county, under the management
ot the Superintendent.
llesohed, That we firmly bellovo in tho
hearty co-operation of the teacher and par
ents and feel that more visiting of tho
schools on tho part of tho parents would be
n source of encouragement to the teachers
and nn Incentive to moro earnest study on
tho part of tho pupils.
Remind, That we most heartily endorso
the action of the Instltuto of last year in
charging each teacher u fee of ono dollar
toward defraying the expenses ot tho In
stitutc. Committee : O. H. Bakeless, Sue P.
Thompson, Kate Lnngon, II. W. Bucking,
ham, F. W. Becker.
I had written this out before, but it wns
lost In the mall. This accounts for tho
abrupt closing of tho published proceed
ings of tho issue of the 0th Inst. Some ono
suggested that the secretary must have
been drunk to close so abruptly. That
person must know how drunken men act.
Did he learn so from experience? In theso
reports 1 have included what I considered
of the greatest Importance to thu teacher.
Thu thoughts aro thosu of thu respective
instructors or tho instltuto and these re
ports I consider (not from anything I havu
done, for I only recorded) of sufficient
value to bo carefully read, thought over
and preserved. Iam responsible for the
accuracy of everything in them even tho
spelling. The spelllug of tho resolutions Is
tho prevalllnglwny. I havo followed tho
5 rules of the spelling reform society, but
inter nos, llin printer and mc, wo got things
n lime mixed ull for the best.
Ga.hiahi, der dweudy.wunce, '85
Veil, do dimes nro very hart, und blsb.
ncss dul, so I sout I would rite n Icedlo fur
do babcrs, nnd dus okubv mv dime
begin mlt, I met my front Shoseph Hons
up down do oder day j ho looks rito gut
uud no slimclt a Iccdlu un baracorlc
ho was doiu up down I do nod no, but
dinks ho was looking ntdod butent-np.
hlled.fur lamb post uf do Snulre's. Hot
lamb host wns pud ub as a imbrovemcnt
fur do down, so ns to lied off du Burro. I
gess It wus, bud If do shanses of do rerniin-
stradors lsh no br der deu do llto In
lamb wot hangs on do host lsh, do dl
iooks very dark fur dcni rcmonstradors,
I so by de babers dot Kuruel Yilliam
Carson lsh a guryman furdu February
uerm ui Kort. 1 kno do Kurnel ho lsh
nlso mau. Ho lsh de chamblon later uf i
goundy, I bet.
Ve hat nod got a skadelne rink in dowi
but wo haf somdlng nboud youst as gud
I meen der berformnnco wot do poys glf
tfery kuplo uf ulles up at der Wasp, Ef
yu wants sum fun sum nites, feleri, yu
I BUY AND SELL,
I want neatly nil the good calves Id the county.
A specialty. I deal largely In nlco white clean and thrifty shotes
In pigs from 7 to 8 weeks old, 2 months, 2, 3. 8, 4, 4), 6, 0, 7 to 8
months old, shotes in weight from 23, 30, 5, 40, 45, 60, 60, 70, , 80,
00, to 100 pounds a piece.
POULTRY Chickens, Turkeys,
A specialty. I handle pork In
200, 225, 250, 275, 300, 350, 400
sldo or wholo pig.
A specialty by the pottud, halt
standing up or knocked down,
cents n pound.
A PPJES "i peck, bushel, or by
PURS Fox' Skl"k, Raccoon, Mink,
HAY Timothy, Clover, nnd Timothy
BARK 0ak nml "cmlock.
CLOVERSEI3D "ought and
RY E STR A W "y 11,0 1)Un1,e
LU MRE R All kinds 2x4, 3x4, 3x5, 3x0, 8x7, 3x8, 4x5, 5x0, 0x8, 12, 14 10, II
iJU.tUtJUii nnd 20, 24, 28, 80 to 32 feet long.
Boards and Plank 12. 14. 10. 18 and 20 feet lone worked half Inch, nt
German siding 12, 14 and 10 feet long.
Hemlock Boards 0x12 Inch, gauged 12, 14, 10 nnd 18 feet long. Shingle and Plniter
Ing lath. A lot of good dry white plno boards, narrow, medium nnd wide 12, 13, 14, 10
18 and 20 Inches wide. Worked white- pine, yellow pine, nnd Hemlock flooring, 12, 14
and 10 feet long. Shaved and sawod shinnies, pine, No 1, 2, nnd 3, pine, Hemlock nnd
chestnut. Battens 2 and 3 inch, 12, 14 nnd 10 feet lone, pickets, potts, rlU, waln
scollng. Lumber dressed In the yard at the store. Telephone connection.
must go up tu der Wasp uud by sum uf
dot glt-ub-ln-der-morning-nilt-n-lietaku si-
der, wot lias n Gcrsey Senator in It, und
glf It tu Gini und sum uf de rest uf do
boys, und git dem starded mil a parrel
rolen obcr der flor, und a kuplo uf Utiles
Gcws' harps, Ac, und den do berformunce
keeps up guide a vile, und den sum one uf
de poyB ho puts bobber on do stofe, und
purdy soon yu sco do poys dig fur de door
a caufen und sncesln, unit der old Wnsp
ho gils mat und says ho vlll shuto der
poys, und says ho has do dings tu do it
mit. I do not kno veddcr he means to
sliule dem mit n bisdol, or dot slder wot
tastes uf de bung hole. Dot Wasp blaco
lsh a hi doncd place. Yu youst ask de
poys und dey wll del yu so. It lsh no St.
John blace, und don't yu furgit it.
Dot old shentleman wot stops lit do ho-
del, dey call him Ira Shluimcuy, bud he
Is mat at da brcachcrs dot Is, I meen Bur-
chart, wot talked tu much last Fol youst
before lection. He was a bad man for Glm
Blaine. Und now, in shord, der Esby
Lautlort refust der drinks tu two eulcted
shentlcmens sum dime ngo, but dot was
rite i ven der poys arc nod olt nuf, dey
shud nod trlnk. I glf der Landlort kredit
init dot way uf doiu bishness in shord.
Veil, der downshlb lection will soon cum
off agin, und der dax bayers shud look to
daro inderests, und lect youst slch n'en ns
ar fid und kabablo fur do oflce. Do daxes
ar very hi, speshly der rods dax 8 mills.
Pluo biases 1 Dot lsh tu much. Don'd
pud a.man in wnt wands to sco how much
muney ho can sphend on do rotes, bud pud
Inwonwatwll safo nil he can ; pud Inn
man wot is n dax bayer, und knos de value
uf a dollar. Wen you do dat wuncc, lect
de best men to do oflce, den yu will find
dot yu ar on de hi rode to success.
Der man vot farms John Gross' bog, mid
has shmoked nboud eight hundred bounds
of Frishmuth und Bruddlei's shmokiug to
baca, isli a gandldato for Sessor. Look a
leedle oud for him, lie ma shelf sum uf de
rest uf yu felors vot ar out for du saincbo
sishion. Ho was lectcd wuncc before, und
Jeneraly bolls a hcafy vote on de oder side
uf do hll. Look a leedle oud fur him.
De men nnd poys okuby a grade dele uf
dcre dime mlt blayin dominoes. It lsh
blaycd all ofer down. Davo lsh dot ex
Auditor und ex.Schule Director ; dtiy blny
down at do oflco on do berm site uf dor
Pcnsllfony kanawl, klose py der plack-
shnilt shop on der Bummer's nley, nere der '
dry doc. Dey boso blay a guto game 1
sum dimes one beads, und den de odder.
Bud on do hul dot fat man lsh n , leedle do
Dare lsh n goln tu be drublo now afore
long mlt do Host Olicu In dish blace. Dare
lsh a kuplo of hunkry Diuiocrats wot has ,
dare eyu sot on do Host Oflce. Do Bost j
Otlco iu dis plaso has bin In do bants of do
Republlkans beyout de rekelcctlon uf de
oldest Inhabitants, und It isli no moru den
rite und gust dot it goes in do hauls uf do
utio return! Dlmokrntic administration wot
isli soon to be. Uf korse, 1 do nod kno dot
daru will bo n shange In de oflce, but wcii
you seo a couplo of ofiec-hunkry Dimo-
krats wot has surfed daro pardy fascful.
Lookln ut du Bost Oflco crery day und now
und den shinile, It looks a leedle bllus. I
snbboso sum of dem fclers will soon
dacklo do blan how tu git d6 oflce. Daru
will bu a hart dlmu of it, you better pelefu
Yell, ash I did nod git nroutit tu nil do
blaces in down dis dime, I cum mm oder
dime und rite yu up a leedle sumdings
My poss. dot isli my wife, sho youst
knllcd mo tu cum In und stay mlt du shil
der vile she goso ofer tu du next hows tu
dalk aboud de nabors, uud oder beebles'
bishness, und furglts tu tent tu der own.
A little warmer, much mud s a" little
colder, big snow j a big rnln, little snow
left i there all at once u whoopln' cold
blast, and altogether Its vary variable.
Win. R. Johnson and littlo daughter, of
Frcnchtowu, W. Va , havo been visiting
J. Wintersteen has purchased Mrs. Robt,
Johnson's farm.paylng for thu same 2,000,
nud Mrs. Johnson has bought tho house
and lot In town formerly owned by Win.
Supt. J, S. Grimes visited a number of
our schools on Friday,
Charles Carey of White Hall, who lately
returned from the west, was lu town on
Sunday, Prcbably Saturday evening also,
as there seems to be.some special attrac
tion to bring him hither, nnd it Is whisper
ed that ono of our fair youug Misses wll't
noun uu missed irom among tboso who
mako up the list of young ladles in Ibis vll
lago. Miss Kate Fruit Is visiting at Hazleton.
Mrs. Bomboy of Bloomsburg was visiting
nt Dr, Swisher's last week.
Miss Anna Leldy ot Buckhorn was with
her friends pait of last week.
Hen Fenstermakcr who has been in the
west, Is in towu.
Mrs, Dr. Swisher was very pooily the be
ginning of the week, but Is better at pre.
Mrs, John M. Smith who has been sick
Geese, Ducks, Pigeons, Ac.
weight from -76, 80, 00, 100, 15, 1C0, 175,
to 450 pounds, by the pound, quartor.nnd
quarter, quarter, side, whole beef, live,
from 5 cents n pound up to 0, 7, 8, 0 to 10
Muskrnt, Sheep Skins, Ac.
and Clover Hay.
or by lon-
for sometime, Is, It Is said, slowly recover
ing. AVe nro glad to seo that Esquire Wclliver
is nblo to bo out ngaln,
Rov. Hughes has begun n revival meet
ing nt this place.
Prof. Keller has just begun his instruc
tions In vocal music for the second term
with a number of new pupiU added to tho
class This term is begun with prospcts
which indicate even greater success than
was achieved during thu first term. lie
has n largo nnd Interesting class, and tho
clnss did well to have tho Prof, continue
his Instruction. Ho Is, also, giving instruc
tion In Instrumental muslo to n number of
our young people.
Miss Minnie Sheep solves tho puzzle lu
the Benton items of last week, and gets
for the answer, "Honesty is the best pol
Somo of our young friends stato that the
answer to Benton's arithmetical problem in
last week's issue, Is as follows : 0 3-17
cts. per lb., was paid for tho fore quarter
of beef, and 7 23-84 cents per lb., was paid
for the hind quarter. Tho, amount paid
for tho fore quarter, $2.84 4.34 . tue
amount paid for the hind quarter,
.$4.20 30-34. N. Y.
82,400 Wasted. First mortgage, gilt
edge security. Address P. O. Box 204,
For tho next 00 days I will make fine
rnblnct photos nt S3.00 per dozen. Light
ning process. Quick ns wink. A full Tine
of frames on hand. MoKimr.
Jim 10-3 mos
Lulz & Sloan nre selling dry goods very
cheap to rcducu stock.
Good dark calicoes
Lutz & Sloan's.
4 cents a yard, at
Full size, nll.wool, heavy double shawls
$4.50, at Lutz & Sloan's.
Big bargains In black silks and cash,
meres at Lutz & Sloon's, If you call soon.
Lutz & Sloan have tho cheapest towels
and table linens ever offered in this town.
When baby was sick, we gave her CAS
TORIA, When she was a child, she cried for
When sho became Miss, she clung to
When sho had Children, sho gavo them
"nocau on- oouaus."
Ask for "Rough on Coughs," for coughs,
colds, soru throat, hoarseness. Troches,
15c. Liquid, 25c.
' 'KOl'dlt ON IlATtJ."
Clears out rats, mice, roaches, files, ants,
bed-bugs, skunks, chipmunks, gophers.
Palpitation, dropsical, dizziness, lndlgcs
Hon, headache, sleeplessness cured by
"Wells' Health Renewer."
"kcco.ii on oouns."
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns. 15c,
Quick, corapleto cure. Hard orsoft corns
"nocau ox pais" roiiocsEn rLASTEk ;
Strengthening, Improved, tho best for
backache, pains lu chest or side rlieuma
"Wells' Health Renewer" restores health
and vigor, cures dyspepsia headache, ner
vousness, debility, ijl.
and tho many throat alfectlons of children,
promptly, pleasantly nnd safely relieved by
"Rough on Coughs" troches, 15e. ; balsam,
If you aro failing,
broken, worn out and
nervous, use "Wells' Health Renewer."
If you nro losing your grip on life, try
"Wells' Health Renewer." Goes direct to
Instant relief for neuralgia, toothache,
laceache. Ask for "Rough on Toothache.' '
15 and 25 cents.
Ladles who would retain freshness and
vivacity. Don't fall to try "Wells' Health
OATAllltHAI. TllltOAT AFFECTIONS,
Hacking, In Haling coughs, colds, soro
throat, cured by "Rough on Coughs."
Troches, 16c. Liquid 25c.
"norou on rrcu."
"Rough on Itch" cures humors.tJerup.
lions, ring-worm, tetter, salt iheum, frost
ed tect, chlllblalus.
THE HOl'B OP THE NATION.
Children slow lu development, puny,
scrawuey, and dcllcttc, uso "Wells' Health
threu or four hours every night coughing.
Get immodiatu relief and sound rest by
usluc Wells' "Rough on Coughs." Troches,
15. 1 Balsam, 25c,
nocau o.n i-Ais" I'oiiocseh plasteu t
Strengthening, improved, the best for
backache, pultis lu chest or side, rheuma