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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOM3BUEG, COLUMBIA "COUNTY, BA.
tlorrcrl Knltranit Tlnm Table
PltlDAY, JULY 31, 1885.
Trains on ttiu rhlladclplila It. It. lca o ltuncrt
as follows I
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.1:43 p. in.
0:13 p. in.
Tralnson the 1). I. ft W. It. It. lento Uloomsburg
an follows t
(1:31 a. m.
lo.si n. in.
i!.so p. in.
tl:'In p. in.
8:30 a. in.
11:11 ft. m.
4::il p. in.
H:l? p. in.
Trains on tho N. K W. II. Hallway pass Illoom
Kerry an follows I
M.5J ft. in. 13:0S p. in.
u.17 p. in. 4:15 p. in,
Advertisements will bo Inserted In our
locnl columns nt the following rates i
Bltunltous wanted, free.
Lost or found, free.
Help wanted, 20 cents.
Rooms to rent, SO cents.
Ono ttmo cncli, or 8 times, 40 cents.
Tlio Columman Is olTcrcd on the follow.
Ing terms t
Coi.CMr.liN nnd N. Y, Weekly World 1 J r. JiW)
" " l'lillo. " Ttmo " s.w
" " American AgrtmlturM " S.M
" 11 Tribune J: runner " S.S5
Oilier papers will bo added to this list.
For 4 new subscribers to the Columman
accompanied with the cash, $0.00, a copy
of the History of Columbia county will be
giver, to getter up of club.
For 3 new nnmes nnd . 1.C0 wo will send
the Columiiian one year free to person send.
Ing names ; or If names are sent In by one
now taking tho paper wo will credit his
account with ono year's subscription.
For 2 new names, with $3.00, we will
send paper for 0 mouths to the person se
curing the names for us.
For 1 now narao with 1.00, we will
send paper 3 months to person securing tho
same for us.
On receipt of 10 cents wo will send the
Columbian to any address in tho county
for ono month on trial, and paper will not
be sent longer unless so ordered.
Mrs. Sarah Thornton will sll personal
property at her residence on West street, on
Friday, July 31st, at 3 o'clock p. m.
Franklin Rhodes, administrator of Hen.
ry lthodcs, deceased, will sell real cstato In
Ronrlngcrcek township on Friday, August
2lst, at 1 o'clock p. m.
L. It. Bomboy, administrator of 'Benja
min Bomboyj lato of Hemlock township,
will sell real estate on tho premises on Sat
urday, August 1st, 1885, at 2 o'clock in the
J. 1C. llittunbendcr and family are visi
ting friends In Lycoming county
Miss Leshcr Is visiting atC Y. McKel
vy's. J. M. Clark, Esq , made a shoit visit to
l'ittsburg last week.
Lconl Mcllick, Esq., of Philadelphia, is
visiting bis parents at Lightstreet,
Mr. Charles Griffin, of Philadelphia, is
the guest of tho Caswclls.
Mr. and Mis. ! W. llnrtman are at
J. M. C. Itanck Esq. took in the eonvcE.
tion on Tuesday.
Miss Bade Dcrricksnn of Sunlmry is tho
guest of Mrs. W. Ncal.
Mrs. Jamison and daughters have gone
to Milforil, Mow Jersey to spend a few
Mrs. Carrie Svnhcr. of Jersey Shore, is
visiting her brother, James M. Stnvcr, and
tho family of G. P. Frymire.
Qnllgnan's workmen nro engaged in put
ting a now roof on tho court house.
North Mountain views now ready and on
sale at M'Killip's.
Tho dictatorship has been abolished. Let
those bowarc who attempt to re-establish it!
Celery plants, cheap, at J. Harrison's nth
Tho men employed on the sewer struck
for higher wages on Monday at noon. They
were getting a dollar n day.
Dr. Monroo preached on tho life nnd
character of General Grant at thu Methodist
Church last Sunday cvcnlug. Eut Post O.
A. It. attended In a body.
Bcrtsch Frcns prescuted us on Sattir
day last with two luscious peaches, grown
on his own premises. They were of good
size, nnd excellent flavor.
Lost. A round gold breast pin with a
bunch of grapes on it. Tho finder will con
for a favor by returning it to W. E. Gcd
Mr, Joshua Garrison died on Tuesday at
his homo in Afton, aged 53 years. Ills ills.
enso was typhoid fever. The funeral took
placo on Thursday,
Albert Horbino met with a seiious acci.
dent at Hunter's planing mill at Catawlss.i,
on Monday, His arm was caught in a plan,
ing machlno and nearly severed.
Dennis & Moyer have opened u new bar.
ber shop In Mrs. Enl's building, In tho
room back of O, K. Savage's store. They
nro deserving of a sharo of tho public pat.
A largo and somewhat gratuitous circu
latlon for a newspaper is au excellent thing
for an advertising medium, but It doesn't
appear to bo wortli a cent to run a county
Last Sunday morning tho Philadelphia
Time) reached hero before 11 o'clock. It
was biought on n special newspaper train
on the N. &. W. 11. road. Tills beats tho
iVt'sj several hours,
for tho Pennsylvania Grain nnd Fertilizer
Drill, nnd tho Lnnl
Both machines nro fully warranted. Call
nnd examine beloro purchasing.
Oak Grove Is liberally patronized by pic
le parties. On Wednesday tlm V. M r
A. of Scrnnton, on Thursday the Lutheran
Sunday schools of Espy and Bloomsbiirg,
on Friday n parly from Berwick, occupied
50,000 celery plants, the finest In town.
at C. M. Blttenbcnder's on nth St.
July 31, 4r,
There Is considerable excitement In Ly.
coming county over the alleged discovery
of oil nt Trout ltun. Soino oxpeits hnvo
cxpietsed the opinion that tho oil liullca-
lions nro manufactured on the spot. We
would not ndvlso nnybody to speculate
very hcnvlly In tho Trout Hun oil well.
There were copious showers on H.ilui-.
day and Sunday, and the thirsty earth
drnnk the water In to Its heart's content.
Notwithstanding the showers, the Intense
heat was not reduced until Monday morn,
ing, when the thermometer nit ilnwn tn
Among the prominent democrats In town
on Tuesday, who were not delegates to the
convention were 11. F. Fiult and Dr.
Swisher of Jcrseytown, J. P. llaunon nnd
Dr. Owlnner of Centralla, J. F. McHcnrv.
Frank Wolf, Marvin Mcllcnry ot SHU.
water, E. M. Tcwksbury of Cntnnlsin, J,
rox of Beaver, and many others.
List of letters icmulnlng In thu Post Of.
lice nt Bloomsbiirg for week ending July 28,
Jennie K. DabblU, Mr. Coons. .Mrs.
Rachel Bobbins, Mrs. Maggie Sluiinan, El.
mer Slayman, .Miss Yocum, Mrs. llarman
Smith, Nathan Stoner, Joseph Stopp, E. J.
Townsend, .Mrs. Molllo Williams.
W. S. Dalrymplu Ai Sons, A. L. Kline,
Miss Maltlo Willlts. '
Persons calling for above
Gkoihib A. Claiik, P. M.
r.".llul ill .li-rftf) l 11
There will be a grand festival In the vie-
nlty of Jcrseytown, on Aug 29, 1885. Af
ternoon nnd evening.
Manufnrlurcd by the Bradley Fertilizer
Co., of Boston, can now bo obtained In
Bloomsbiirg. It is excellent In quality nnd
s among the best feitlllzers in the market.
The pi ices nro reasonable, and tho results
arc very satisfactory. For particular call
on C. M. Bittenbendcr, under Opera House,
Centre street, Bloomsbiirg. 3m.
Yo print elsewhere a very interesting
letter from Dr. Jas. 1). Neal of Cheefoo,
China, formerly of Bloomsbiirg. Our
readers would bo very glad to hear from
There will bo n Missionary Anulyersary
In tho Zlon's church. Fislduircreek twp., on
next Sunday at 2:30 i. in, Tho exercises
will consist of recitations, dialogues, &c.
Tho publto are invited.
Tho Pennsylvania Grain and Fertilizer
Drill, and the Lausing Spring Hnrrow nro
both warranted first class. Call and seo
thorn. J, Howard Kline, agent, Orange-
vlllc, Pu. July 31-4w
Lost. A black silk umbrella, silver
Plato with tho uamo W. E. Smith engraved
thercou. Tho finder will confer a favor by
returning to this olllce, or to W. E. Smith,
An Ico cream festival will bo held In tho
crovo nt llio M. E. Church. Welllversvllle
on Saturday ovenlng, August tit., for tho
linnnflt nf II, 11 H.inilav school. All aro 111
Yltcd to attend, ai a good tlmo Is expected.
Howard Kllno of Orangevlllo, Is agent
tho Pennsylvania Grain ami ivhiii,,,.
Last Thursday night whllo. Wellington
Crosslcy was driving his colt It became un-
nanngcablu and run him in a fence cjrncr
doing considerable damage to bis buggy.
Tho delegate meeting passed off qutctly
without much strife for any candidate.
Somehow tho people wcro not much Inter,
cstcd In this election.
Wo hnvo heard many comments on tho
beauty of that rainbow last Friday evening.
Wo also heard ot some girls who lamented
because they did not get to seo n rain beau
on Saturday evening. .
Miss Addle Beers, of Mount Pleasant,
pent Sunday at William Kline's.
Miss Lizzie Mooro has gone to VnuCanip
tn take chargo of n school In that section.
Tho heavy shower Sunday noon did
much damage to our roads and milk houses.
number of our farmers had all their
milk destroyed. A ralso of tho water will
most likely cause n r.dsc In the price of
Our Grangers held nn Ico cream sociable
t Lewis Olrton's Monday evening last.
orly-slx guests comprised tho party and
nil dl t justice to the cream.
-Miss May Beers, of Bloomsbiirg, Is visit.
ng n weok In theso parts.
Tho M. E. Sunday school will hold their
annual picnic to-morrow.
Biickhorn Is becoming noted for quiet
weddings, but we had an unusually quiet
one last week. It was so quiet that neither
of tho contracting parties knew anything
about It. Bev. Imaciintlon mVformcd tho
ceremony and Miss Gossip published It.
OIIANOBVII.I.K VS. I.iailliiTllKKT.
Oiumii-.vii.lr, July 25, 1885.
About 100 spectators iw the Orangevlllo
Ball Club outfield the "Rescues" and win
tho game while tho superior batting of the
visiting team kept tho game closo and In.
toresting. Lows' pitching for tho first
time in our recollection was not fully
clTicllve, whllo the catching of Henrlo be.
ilml the bat was entirely up to his old
standard. Sliarplcss caught some long
flics nt left, as did also Ent for the visitors.
Good Hies and fouls were caught by Fair
man at 3rd, while Megargell made the mo9t
biilllant catch In tho gamo of a foul for tho
home team at 3rd, mid an excellent double
play in tho 0th Inning was made by Keller
. f., and ltcedmoyer 2nd b. Appended is
miles for ttiu Use of cuiiueil Meats.
In waiin weather more especially, but
really at all times, It is advisable after
opening a can of canned meat to remove
the contents from the can, and if not nil
consumed at ono meal not to replace the
meat in the can, but to placo it in the ico
box, or nt least take as much care of it as
of fresh or cooked butcher meat, so long
as the can Is air tight it matteis not wheth
or it bo left for years nt the poles or the
tropics; but after the contents aro once ex.
posed to the air they must not bo treated
with any less care than would be bestowed
on ordinary fresh or cooked meat. It U tho
falluie to observe these simple precautions
that lends to sickness or poisoning.
A. B. White of Light Street recently sold
his huckster riir to F. G. Whllo of Afton,
who will continue to huckster.
Mrs. Thco. McDowell is at the present
time In a very precarious condition.
B. M. Johnson is now improving his
homo by an addition to Ills stable.
The election passed oil very quietly, no
one opposing tho candidate.
The genial landlord Iicccc Falrman keeps
a respectable hotel bill of fare ns reason.
able as can bo found anywhere in the coun
The tlmo has now come upon us that
will soon briug about changes In the nf-
fairs of olllclal relation, so let us have lion.
est reliable men at the head of our helm
and bring about the needed icformu
Flags have been. placed nt half mast on
account of the death of General Grant.
II. W. Buck preached on Sunday even
ing to a largo and appreciative audience.
Any ono in need of n llnc.youiig cow call
on A. F. Tcrwllllgcr.
Sam'l. llleks of Plymouth spent some
time with ills father recruiting his health.
.Mr. and .Mrs. Haas and Mrs. Creasy of
Rod; Glen spent Sunday with Mrs. Smoy
O. II. Kline of Hazleton spent Sunday
with his mother and grandmother.
The festival Saturday evening under the
auspices of the M. E. Church, we nro in
formed was a financial success. Although
the inclemency of tho weather prevented
its being held in the open air, as intended
Mrs. J. S. Melleury has beeji seriously
sick tho past week. Although quite ill we
ure happy to stale to her many friends
sho is slowly convalescing.
Ouoit pitching is the favorite amusement
among tho boys (old hoys Included) Iu this
villago evenings. Boyd ami hlwooti aro as
yet champions. Keep up tho record.
Benton, like other small villages, has a
Madam Gossip. Evaggcrntiou Is her chief
What has becomo of our band 'r Once
upon a tlmo iicnton was uiu i.osseaau.
nf n rami band, excelled by no other
country band, but It's gone. As long ns
there Is life thcro Is hope. Wo licaru a soio
alto tho other day. It may revive.
Mr. and Mrs. Itcnde, of Washington, D,
C, are guests at the fcxcliangc uotoi lor
Tho streets of Benton wcic made hide.
ous by the yells etc. of persons, principally
youths, w ho were engaging in a liaccnana.
1 an revelry Saturday evening last. 111 mci
language were "painting 'ho town red.
Green, however, would bo tho mort- proper
color. Their futuie H not very promising
.Mrs. Bruce Cniey, has been spend
lnc some tlmo with her sister in Berwick,
Bruce ilurlne her ubsence, assumed the
household cares, and as for neatness and
cleanliness. In which ho kept tho house, 11
stands without a rival. Sorry to say, how
ever, we never happened them when h
ltev. -Mr. Savldgu was unable to fill ill
appointment In the M. K. Church on Hun
day evening on account of temporary ill
ne68. Ho has iccovered.
Miss Cora Keeler Is Waiting filends nnd
relatives In Berwick.
Miss Badio Colo accompanied Del Cha
pin and wife on their Western tour,
Sho expects to spend some tlmo In School
Ellas spends lonely evenings since hU
favonto pastime, trout fishing, Is out by
Jamnbcll. c. :i
Voliey, p. .1
unman, isl u. .
Ilckrote, 2111I l). a
Fnlrinaii. .1.. ss. :i
Falrman, Win.,! 1). 1
l-.nt. 1. r. u
Musbclman, e. f. -I
lne, r. f. s
SharpU'sH, 1, f.
risher, s s.
lieeilmoyer, and b,
Ht'Lowr, 1st to.
-Mefrnrycll, :ij u.
Flcckcnstliie, r. f.
The decisions of the umpire John Ger.
mnn were satisfactorily ana we can out
thank htm for his fairness. Time of game
3 hrs. Scorers, W. A. Allabach and It. M.
Creasy. J. B. DkLoko,
Sec'y. O. B. B. C.
Tin- HtaiulliiK Committee.
A meeting of the Standing Committee
was held in thu Opera House immediately
after the adjournment of the convention on
Tuesday afternoon. David Lowcnbcrg
was elected Chairman, and A. M. Freas of
Berwick, Secretary. Tho following is the
list of members for the ensuing year:
Beaver. C. A. Sliuman.
Berwick, E. Isaiah Bower.
" W. A. M. Ficas.
Benton. Bruce Carey.
Bloom, E. David Lowcnbcrg.
" W.-F. 1). Dentler.
Briarcrcck. It. G. F. Kslilnkc.
Catawissa. J. B. Bobins.
Centrulia. D. F. Curry.
Centre. Samuel llidlay.
Conynghain, N. Patrick Flynn.
" S, John P. llaunon.
Fisliingcrcek. L. M. Crcvcllng.
Franklin. Daniel Loreman.
Gicenwood. Joseph K. Tiibelpiero.
Hemlock. William Girton.
Jackson. Alexander Knoiise.
Locust, Daniel Morris.
.Madison. Miles Smith.
Main. C. S. Heichait.
Mllllin. D. II. Montgomery.
Montour. A. O. Stonge.
Mt. Pleasant. A. J. lkeler.
Orange. Calvin Herring.
Pine. T. W. Sones.
ltoai ingcreek. David Long.
Scott, W.-G. P. Itelchard.
" E. F. W. Bedekcr.
Sugarloaf. J. W. Perry.
bodies weib removed. Threo Italians ills- catastrophe Of tho now experiment. It
coursed miislo on our streets Saturday nf- was n failure, Becoming more bold, they
tcrnoon nnd left for Mt. Carmcl In tho fished nnd raked tho dynamllo to shore,
evening nnd the evidence seems very elenr and ngaln deposited It In tho bottom of the
that those two men wcro the ones thnt
passed through here, ns a drum, tambour.
iuc, pair of cymbals and twclvo dollars
In small cash was found near their person,
Tho third party was seen lit Mt. Carmcl
playing his hand organ all day ns it noth
ing unusual had happened, nnd ns ho is the
only person win) knew them, wo think it
uo moro than right that ho bo held on sus
picion, but nt this writing he was yet free
from the law.
A number of citizens of ltloomsburg as
sembled In tho parlor of tho Exchango
Hotel on the evening of July 21th tor tho
purposo of tnklng some steps to secure the
location of the Soldiers' Home provided
for by tho recent legislature, nt this placo.
Tho meeting wns bnllcd to order by I). A.
Beckloy who nominated ltev. D. J, Waller,
Sr., ns chairman, and (Ico. E. Elwcll, ns
secretary. Mr. Waller not being present,
Paul E. Wilt, Esq., wns chosen temporary
chairman. Mr. Beckloy stated tho object
of tho meeting to bo tho appointment of n
committee on Invitation and Iteccption, to
Invito the members of tho Commission ap
pointed by tho Governor to select n site for
n Soldiers' Home, to visit Bloomsbiirg. On
motion the following committee was ap
pointed : C. W. .Miller, Esq , Judge El
well, Hon, O. It. Buckalew, David Lowcn
bcrg, ltev. 1). J. Waller, Sr., J. A. Funs
ton, Freas Brown,ltcy. D. S. Monroe, lion.
A. L. Fritz, Col. J. G. Freeze, William
Neal nnd Col. Jamison.
On motion tho following persons were
appointed a committee on s Ites 1 P. A.
Evans, I. S. Kuhn, O. P. Sloan, F. P.
Drinker nnd L. E. Waller, Esq.
The following resolution wns adopted :
lle-iohed, That believing Hint Bloomsbiirg
nITords ns favorable n locnlion for n Soldiers'
Homo ns any town In tho State, and that
nil our facilities and advantages aro unsur
passed, we extend a cordial Invitation to
the Commission to visit our town for the
purposo of Inspecting the sites ollered.
The Committee on Invitation was in
structcd to confer with the commlttco np
pointed by Eut Pest O. A. It., consisting
of Col. S. Knorr, C. P. Sloan and dipt. U.
II. Ent, for the purpose of selecting a suit
able person to go to Ilarrlsburg to extend
tills invitation to the Commission, and the
name of Bev. Dr. .Monroe wns suggested
for that purpose.
W. S. Moyer wns elected Treasurer. Al
ter somo remarks by C. W. Miller, Col
Frec.o nnd Dr. Monroe, tho meeting ad
journed. Gko. E. Elwkll,
THE I'OMMirrBKS mbbt.
Immediately upon the adjournment of
the cltizcus meeting the committees above
named met and organized by electing John
G. Freeze, President and A. L. Fritz Sec
On motion ot Samuel Knorr, Esq , and
seconded by .Mr. C. P. Sloan, ltev. D. H.
Monroo was elected n delegate to go to
llarrisliurg to confer with Governor Paul
son, President of the Commission to locate
and establish a home for soldiers and sail.
01s In pursuance of an Act of Assembly
asset! at tho last session of tho Legislature
ntitlcd, "Au Act to provide for the es-
ibllshmeut and maintenance ot a home
for disabled and Indigent soldiers and sail
ors of PenDtylvnni.v" The said delegate
is authorized to Invite tho said commission
to visit Bloomsbiirg to examine the loca
lion and Inquire Into the expediency of es
tabllshlng the said home at this place.
Samuel Knorr, Esq., moved that the sec-
ctary of the commlttco from tho Gianil
Army of the Republic, nnd the secretary
of the citizens' committee be Instructed to
prepare a statement of the actions of their
several meetings to be supplemented by the
action of the joint committee to be handed
to the said delegate. The motion was
On motion of C. W. Miller, Esq , L. N.
Moyer, Fred Gilmoie nnd C. A. Klelm
wcro appointed a commlttco to col
lect money to pay the expenses of the del-
gate to Ilarrlsburg, and tho expenses of
the several committees appointed in refer
ence to the Soldiers' Home, and to pay thu
money so collected to Win. S. Moyer,
treasurer elected by the citizens' commit
On motion of Mr. Knorr and seconded
by Mr. Lowcnbcrg adjourned to meet at
call of President or Secretary.
A. L. Fun.,
pool. After all tho cnulloiu preliminaries
wcro completed, they again secured tholr
rakes to haul In tho dead nnd wounded
fishes nnd nppllcd the process to tho ex
plosive Urent horrors! was there an
enrthquako? No, hut tho next thing to It.
To their dumbfounded astonishment they
witnessed a dynamite explosion such ns Is
rarely seen; and whero a second beforo
was plumb fifteen feet of wntcr wns not a
tub full left. The nlr was immediately
darkened. Such n shower was nover wit
ncsscd by mortal man. First camo rocks,
stono nnil gravel, next enmo branches nnd
roots of trees, then floods ot water, nnd
lastly camo sifting down fish scales, llns,
list 1 bones, fragments of culsklns, crab
claws, tortolso shells and frog toes. The
explosion blew tho fishes nil to atoms.
The fishermen's miraculous escape was
more n matter of good luck than bad man
agemcnt. No ono could nccount fur tho
sudden and frightful shock, or know its lo
cality. The twain with guilty consciences
hastily sought their horse and rig and
sneaked back to Benton empty handed
and smothered the good joko till it could
be no longer hid. Thus ended one of tho
most hazardous fishing excursions ever
known along tho waters of Fisliingcrcek,
John J. Mcllcnry Informed us that this ac
count Is not overdrawn, and nlso that
Boyd Gibson wns n s'udent under him
lenrnlng the ait of fishing, and that Boyd
a'so proposed tho dynamite process to
grind out great strings ot fishes. John J.
said lie never was frightened so In ids
life, and ran nctcs) the parted waters nnd
lihl belrlnd a stump.
Two Shnmokln 'dudes" visited our town
on Saturday evening last, with the Inten
tion of "mashing" all tho girls in town,
but were seen about nine o'clock walking
towards Mt. Carmcl to catcli the lato train
for home. Wo wish them belter success
upon their next visit.
Mrs. Werg and her daughter, Carrie, are
visiting friends here.
.Miss Jones, of Scrnnton, is visiting Miss
Tho Methodists contemplate building a
now church, which, wo nope, win uo in
the near future, as tho old structure Is in a
The Huns and Poles nro being discharged
at tho collieries round nbout and nro leav
ing for their native home, where, wo hope,
they will live happy and return no more.
A portion of the new mine law, which
went into eilcct Juno 1st., 1833, is being
enforced by L. A. ltllcy & Co. Notices to
tho cltect that nil boys under the ago of
13 years working outside, and all boys
under tho ago of 14 years working Inside
will consider themselves discharged.
About 73 boys will bo thrown out of
work. This law may be nil right but wo
know of many a poor widowed mother
whose solo support comes fiom her boy
under the nbovo ages.
Teachers' examination held hero on
Wednesday, but who the fortunate ones
wcro we nro unablo to say.
ltobeit Blcliards, miner nt Palk Place,
returned home with n broken arm last
The wholo town was wild with excite
ment on Monday afternoon, when tho re.
noit came that two murdered men had
been found near .Mt. Carmcl. Tho story
was not much credited until several parties
drove down mid brought back news that
It was so, when a largo crowd from town
wended their way to the sceno which was
declared by many to bo tho ghastliest sight
they ever beheld. Two men, nged nbout
23 and 10, lay upon their backs, the oldest
having a bullet in his brain and a largo cut
across ids heart. Tho youngest had his
throat cut from ear to car, Botli men wcro
securely bound together with wire, and
then two largo railroad ties thrown across
their bodies, which wcro Ignited ami burnt
tho poor victims almost to 11 crisp, The
unfoitunato men were found about 10
o'clock In tho morning by a party of men
who weio picking huckleberries, but on
nccount of a dispute In regard to which
county they were located, it was eight
o'clock In the evening beforo tho dead
Samuel Gibbons has commenced cutting
Still a great deal r.f haying to be done
ltev. Wm. It. Campbell preached at Pir.c
Creek last Wednesday night n week.
The delegate election was attended
ather sllmly. There was no excitement in
Quarterly meeting was held at Hamlin
Saturday and Sunday a week. ltev. Smy
ser preached Saturday evening and Sunday
morning. Tho holy sacrament was nd
ministered on Sunday morning. Rev.
Tho best crop of ryo in seven years was
harvested this year.
Wes. Harlzel is happy.
The R. R. hands aro engaged lengthen.
Ing the siding nt this place.
Apples will not be plenty this year.
Rev. McCutchcon of Dansvllle, N. Y.,
former pastor of the Lutheran church of
tills placo visited friends here n week ago.
Ho preached n line sermon on Sunday
evening to a crowded house. Rev. Bodlno
was present nt the services on Sunday
In walking up town on a warm day one
would bo led to believe that it takes n half
dozen stout, hearty, nblo bodied young
men to watch ono poor little thermometer
"In the shade."
.Miss Ella Kcirer of Williamsport is visit
ing her cousin Snlllo .Miller.
The pond at the south side of town sel
dom ever becomes entirely dry, but It is
nearly so now.
The locusts have ceased their mournful
tunes, nnd gone the way of all llcsh.
Very heavy rains fell on Saturday P. M.
I ho oats crop is light. Apples will not
Miss llattlo Pettlt of Conyinghain is
visiting in town and Hctlersvlllc.
Only 100 of the 200 democrats voted on
Joe Mostcllcr is happy. They say its not a
bad looking boy cither.
.Mountain urovo is the next centre of
Mrs. Mary Jackon widow of Judge
Jackson of Havana N. 1. is visiting her
cousin Samuel Snyder and other relatives.
She Is accompanied by Mrs. Lewis of tho
Mr. J. A. Kramer ami Miss Annie Sice.
ley were married on Sunday 19 Inst' May
joy attend the young couple on their path
It. It- hands arc engaged in extending
the siding below town-
Last week was too hot for yulir Orange
ville correspondent, The extremo heat
getting tho better of him lie concluded to
crawl into an lee house mid cool off, but
now is out again under a more favorab'c
The last rains have been very encourn
ing to the farmers about hero, as all tl.e
crops appear to be on n boom. Corn es
pccially looks very promising.
Lightning struck into the house just
above town occupied by James Conner a
few evenings ago. The only damage done
was the tearing oil of somo plaster nnd
shattering ono door. Mrs. Conner receiv
ed a very light shock.
Judging from appearances business seems
to bo picking up. All our meichants np.
pear to have quite n lively trade.
Mr. G. S. Flecltcnstlnc'e cow camo home
tho other evening cur-tailed, Tho query is
who tied my dog loose.
Dr. O. A. Megargell's house is on its
feet and we expect to sec Its completion in
the near future.
Two heavy weights of enormous propor-
lions went for bass last week. It wns the
largest bulk of laziness that has made a
raid on ono small bass this season. He
port says one was the catcli, It Is our opin
ion that only lazy men can loiter along tho
Smyscr Is n rare preacher and ons who Is creek a wholo half day for ono small fish
ablo to present tho gospel truths lu their with the thermometer nt 05 in the simile.
clearest simplicity, and which is so easily Lee, Sam and Mike, try it next.
understood, when tho points are illustrated
by a series of beautiful metaphors of a tern,
pond nature, to exemplify the spiritual.
I'licre was nn unusually large audience.
The champion fisherman, John J. Mc
Henrv. is a very clever man. He is well-
known lu politics, In the mercantile worm,
as a lumberman and as nn expert fisher
man. Having from n boy lived nlong tho
waters of Big Fishingcreek, and being of
nn excitable nature when possessed with
rod. lino and fly, theio Is to him uo sport so
exhilarating as lishlng. But tho experts of
Benton and vicinity sometimes make JUm
resort to stratagem to keep his reputation
good, consequently he Is led to try new ex.
pertinents which sometimes prove very
dangerous, but as yet have not been in
tended by fatality. Ho is always in season
nud sometimes out of season as a proyok
Ing lino ouco reminded him, but in which
ho declared thero was more fun than cost
As our story runs, and Is said to lie true,
nbout two years, moro or less ago, this fa
iiious fisherman, with an accomplice In tho
person of Boyd Gibson, stole nlong the
creek, nnd sought nn extensive pool,
densely Inhabited by tho coveted llnnlcs,
and secluded from tho frequent haunts of
giecdy fishermen In tho woods, not far
from Ezeklel Co e's. Fully urmeil ana
equipped with tho necessary implements;
viz., rakes nnd dynamite, they were bound
to surprlso tho community with unprece
dented suocss n tho art of llslilng. A
wagon load of great fishes was to bo their
reward ns trophies of their skill. They,
however, had aomo misgivings, nnd did
not fully understand the nature of the
means thev wero about to apply. With
nervous hands, qulvcilng lips, and tremtt
lous voices, ns between hope and fear, or
life nnd dentil, (for llfu must bo ventured
for successful fishing,) they deposited a
heuvy chargo of dynnmlto In tho bottom ot
tho pool of their selection, with rakes
ready to draw the fishes to shoro as toon
as thu explosion took place, and iu btcalh-
less suspense vainly itwnlted tho expected
The usual amount nt bnso ball talk was
Indulged In agaln by the players and somo
ot tho spectators nil day of Sunday last.
What a pity they could not II ml some other
subject more suitable.
The church festival of last week for tho
benefit of the M. E. parsonage was only a
partial success. Owing to the bad wcath.
cr tho net proceeds wcro only about forty
Tho Chlldrcus' Meeting nnd exercise iu
the M. E. church Sunday night wns very
entertaining, nnd wns quite a pleasant nnd
enjoyable affair for the children.
The Orangevlllo correspondent In last
weeks Issue of tho Journal displayed nn un
usual amount ot Ills keen perception re
gardlng tho lost cause ho has undertaken
to defend. It Is our opinion that our fir.
ing has done good, as a partial quiet eccms
to reign, at present. Consequently wo shall
case up for tho time being.
A game of base ball is to bo played on
tho giound of our homo nine Saturday
next. The club at Iola is the challenging
ulne. It is tlmo Damn Town comes to tho
Miss Ella Hooven had a very ngrccnblo
surprise party given her Monday evening
last, It being her birthday. 1 ho party was
well represented and quite an cnjoyablo
tlmo was had.
About the latter pait of last May n meet
lug of the Citizens wns called and commit'
tees appointed to make arrangements to
ward enlarging and building a fence
nround tho Orangevlllo cemetery. Tho
matter seems to have entirely died out. Wo
are sony such Is the caso it is u pity that
a matter ot so much Importance to this
wholo vicinity should drag nlong lu this
wnyj let everyone of us put our hhouhlers
to tho wheel and mnUo ono grand effort to
accomplish what was starttd out for.
Wantku, A young nun to learn Photo
graphy. Must como well recommended.
II. A. M'Kllllp, llloninslmrg, Pa.
Letter l'rom ciilim.
TuMiunow, China, JunO 1, 1885.
I feel a llltlo guilty that I liavo never
written you beforo since leaving home,
but lots of other letters to wrilo nnd more
than enough work to do to keep mo busy
nil day, tins made mo slow about writing
more than necessary.
I nin jiift starting out now fur a ten
days' tilp In tho country nnd am beginning
my letter at our first hnltlng plnco where
we have slopped to rest nnd cat lunch un
der tho trees 011 the steps of a tcmplo here
on top of n hill about seven miles fiom
Tungcliow. .My trip lakes mo nwny from
homo about n hundred nnd fifteen miles
nnd to go that distance 1 expect to take
five or six days. I tell you trnveling here
In Clilnn Is hard nn nn American who has
been nccir tomed to the fast railroads nt
home. To-day I nm using n Sedan chair.
carried by four men, nnd so far like it first
rate, and find it much caster than the mulo
litter we use n great deal hero In North
China nnd rather plcnsanter than donkey
The mule litter is a contrivance some
thing like the cover of ono of our meat
wagons nt home, with cords ncross tho
bottom nnd swuug on two heavy poles bo.
tween two mules, tho spaco Insldo being
filled up with strnw or bedding so as to
maku it comfortable for lying In. The mo-
tlcn lu such n vehicle Is anything but
ngreenble, being one minute back and forth,
the next sideways and llio next up and
down, or very likely a combination of nil
three. Tho roads nbout hero are so hilly
and natrow that you cannot use cnits
much unlit you get farther west In the
Province, where they become moie level.
The carts, however, aro not much more
comfortable than the mule litter, or
'shenze," as wo call it, having very heavy
thick wheels, and without any sign of a
spring, so Hint one Is bumped about nnd
rolled nround nt every rump-n-dump, as
you would be iu a lumber wagon at home.
Traveling In my Scdau chnir my men go
steadily nlong for four or five miles nt a
stretch without much jolting or othcrwiso
disagreeable motion, stopping occasionally
for a rest nud a smoke. The Chinese are
Just now Is a plensnnt time ot the year
to travel, being pleuty warm enough for
bummer clothes and yet not oppressively
hot. The It ecu aro all out in full leaf und
the wheat fields very bright and green, tho
grain being in liead and fast getting ready
for harvest. Our wheat here Is very differ
ent from that nt home, the stalks rarely
growing moie than eighteen Inches or two
feet high nnd not being so well filled out
ns In America. How tome of our home
farmers would turn up their noses at this
Chinese wheat !
Our seasons are pretty much the same
ns nt home, Tungcliow being about tho lat-
lltude of Richmond, the Winter being very
steadily cold from November or December,
with Utile or no snow, till the latter part
of lebruary, when it begins to moderate
and by the middle of April or first of May
is pleasantly warm, there being very little
rain during either the Winter or Spring,
most of the rainfall being condensed Into a
few weeks in July and August, the Autumn
being pleasant and dry.
1 wish you could be with me on part of
this trip for, I have no doubt, you would
sec a great many tilings to interest you
which I shall not think of, for already many
of the odd occurrences here hnvo becomo
an old story and I never think of their nov
elty. I am writing now after dark in an
inu by the light of a Cliineso oil lamp
which consists of a couple of pieces of
thin wick stuff stuck in somo beau oil and
giving out, as you might suppose, a very
pour sort of uncertain light.
These Chinese inns nro one ot the most
unpleasant features of life in China, cspec
Inlly if you have any occasion to travel In
the country. They are always dirty, black
with the soot ot years on their walls nnd
ceilings, with nothing but mud llooi
nnd hard brick knugs or equally hard
wooden bedsteads covered with mats, to
sleep on. Iu this room where I nm to
sleep, to.nlghl there are four wooden bed
steads which must accommodate myself
and the four chair-bearers, who have no
other placo to sleep, thero being besides a
lot of bags and bales of goods waiting for
mules to take them faither west 01- cast.
Just outside the front door of our room is
the stable yard where all the animals are
kept, which always make it pretty lively
for a traveler during tho night by the noise
of their neck bells, tho braying of tho
donkeys and the yelling of the mtilcttccrs.
who get up any time Iu the middle of the
night to feed their beasts.
Our first nlght'd stopplng.place was at 11
walled city called Hwang Mien, 20 miles
from Tungcliow, a city within 11 city, It
having outgrown its original stone walla
and being now inclosed within a second
outer wall which surrounds the whole of
the original one ami includes a good ileal
of uubullt-up space; so that In order to
get into tho city proper, you havu to go
through two gates.
These Chinese arc great wall biiildcis
every city of uny size having its high well
built stone or brick wall, while very fre
quently in trnveling you find villages pro.
vided with a like defense of mud or stono
ns n protection against rnlds of robbers
who periodically oveirtin this country
You will often, too, see on top of.u high
hill or at the entrance to a watered valley
among thu mountains, n wall of rock
thrown up In time ot danger to protect the
people from all tho country 'round who fly
to such places in times of rebellion or rob.
Our road Irom now on for several days
will be along tho well-frequented, much.
traveled thoroughfare, leading out west
from Chefoo, the port of this Province, to
the capital, Cliennnfoo, 300 miles iu the in
terior. Here wo pass many more mules
and donkeys with their loads on their
backs, lumbering carts, and iiwkwnrd-look-Ing
wheelbarrows, Jho latter being much
used for carrying all sorts of merchandise.
They arc, however, very different from
those nt home, thu wheel being much larger
and placed underneath tho middle of the
barrow with a frame built up on both
sides nnd over the top of thu wheel for
stucklng things on, Thu wheelbarrow man
helps himself by n strap over his shout
tiers, nnd sometimes has a little donkey
hitched by long traces iu front to help him
along by pulling. I tell you every mode
of conveyance hero is excessively slow and
south somo thirty or forly mile, vUltlng at 1 6 CCIltS. IiiltiStC IS a lllicr
several walled cities, nnd return by n till- awp tlOt SO loosely WOVCI1 ',
ferent route, taking In on our way back , j thread IS fine. Two
some hot sprints, which Uo southeast from . .... ,t ,A
Tungcliow! This morning wc.tnrtedout grades of batiste, I 2 ami ,1 6
together In our chairs and nfter n Miort cents. I lie I2y3 has a Heavier
visit in Tnl Chowfon, a city noted for its thread, a more substantial fab-
curlous carvings In soapstone, which arc rc . ,g Js siC(;r atld delicate.
made exclusively here, we pursued our '
wny southward, taklnn In on our trip sev- Norths. rom " nt.
rnl large marble quarries from which tho ' I'epper-aiKl-sait, two mi.iiics
Chinese get out a good denl of very nice 5f gray combined by mixture
stone, which they, however, hnve no means amj mjxtlire-plaids, ilia fabric
of podshlng being confined In their efforts , of wool about a quarter
ot ornamentation to the carving of gro- 1
IfKOim llrrnrn,!. ,lr,mn l,nn.1. nlr. Tn.llnV COttOll a t)rett' traVellll JM TCSS,
as we have Journeyed nlong through the a Very practical dreSS, 3.50 for
villages wo have been objects of great In
tcresl to the natives who always flock about
us whenever we set our chnlrs down in a
village street to icst our men, nnd nro very
much interested in everything nbout us,
especially our foreign clothes nnd shoes.
This, of course, gives n good opportun
ity ot saying a few words to them and Mr.
Prultt lias several limes lo-day preached to
the crowd who camo nbout us. They,
however, aro extremely Ignorant nnd have
llltlo Idea what we fonelgncrs nro talking nr .r(.t jt ,,,-uL. ? HticatlSe. VC
about when wo tell them of this Gospel we SUppose,of these reasons. First,
came to preach. They are always .Inter, "rr""' . . '
cstcd when they find out that one of us Is It COStS leSjJ ; Second, yotl Have
doctor nnd a crowd will gather In a very a Jjreat variety SCC UClore you,
few minutes if I hnppcn to look nt somo yon can easily choose what suits
little boy's sore finger or lame leg. I, how. voll oest . tllirtl, VOU avoid the
ever, brought no mcdlclue with 1110 ns I '. 1 f ' ..:., .
., I :,..., , ,.. risk of inventing or copying ;
the dress pattern, two-thirds of
(Juite a similar stuff in a way
is mohair plaid, more color-variety,
cents a yard;, the
wholesale price was 21.
Northeast from the center.
Why do you buy your muslin
underwear rather than make it
HAY FBVB1! SPECIFIC.
I found It a specific for liny fever.
llljr UUIIV - . Vl .1. . .-- t f
Dlspcnsnry practice at home, so I hnve lOlirtll, you avoid uiu ribK ui
nothing to give them. cutting and putting together ;
jcsKiorii. fifth, you think you get what
Wc havebntn going so constantly the von want, the next day, if you
last few days and getting settled In our change your mind, you bring it
una au miu ... mcii.uuuij ...... uuvc ...... w . w ,at VQU wa,U
no chance to write any since last Friday ,, ., '1 . 1
ndit Is now Wednesday and wc arc stop- :" mu """Ctuiy, uuuui auu
Ing for our last night, 30 miles from Ganger are tai-cen away ; aim
home, hoping to reach there in tlmo for your money goes Uirthcr he
supper to-morrow night. Our Sunday wo sidos.
spent at Ping Du, 113 miles from Tung. ' , VV W M ua-Mt
chow, resting quietly, talking to the people JOIIN u ANAMAKI'I'
who came to our Inn, and toward evening Cliesluut, Thirteenth and Mntkct streets.
i-nliiP nut for a llttlo nreiiclilmr on nin an.1 fliy.Uall square.
trcet, the people being very attentive and
willing to listen.
Monday we trnveled all day through
pretty, but not very fertile country, with
lovely hills In sight all tho tlmo and Tues
day we were among the hills nnd In the
sandy river bottoms most of the day,
caching the city where the hot springs nro
situated between nine and ten this morning.
Wc went Immediately nnd had a bath,
finding tho water, which is sulphurous,
and very salty, most delightful for bathing
when sufficiently cooled, it being hot
enough to boil eggs as it issues from tbo
spring. We saw a number of people cook
ing their vegetables In the stream as it
(lowed away. After our bath we hurried
on without taking time to go inside the city
walls, the springs bciug in a suburb, tho
city itself having a reputation ot being a
very shabby, poor sort of u place. During
the afternoon wc traveled over and among
some of the most beautiful hills I have
ever seen, rocky and rugged, their bare
ness relieved somewhat, however, by a
growth of stunted pine. We have no for-
csts here and wc miss them very much in
deed, most nf tho hills being very bleak
Heie we are again nt the place where I
began my letter ten days ago, only a few
miles from honje. We have had a hot
day's travel 16-day of twenty odd miles
with several still left over n very rough
road beforo reaching Tungcliow.
And now I must close my letter which
has been writen very disjolntedly at odd
times, sometimes In my chair, sometimes
by the roadside and at others In dark Chi
nese inns. But possibly your readers may
be Interested In knowing something of how
wc get nbout and what we see tn tho back
interior parts of tills peculiar country; at
all events I hope you will not bo bored by
y letter which has become longer than
I had intended it to be.
Very truly yours,
James B. Nkai..
ten years I have been a great sufferer from
Auu'int 0th till frost. Ely's Cream is the
only preventive I nave ever lounii. urntiK
B. Ainsworth, of F. B. Alnswortli tc Co.,
Publishers, Indianapolis, Intl. 4w.
Ah well expect life without air, ns health
wlll.ii.it pure blood. Cleanse the blood
willi Aycr's Sarsaparllla.
When baby was sick, wo gave Iter OAS
When sho was a child, she cried for
Wln-n she became Miss, she clung
W H-ii she had Children, sho gave them
Liver complaint Is declared by many old
su'Ien rs, alter years of medical experi
ment, to bo incurable, and yet Vinegar
Bit crs has effected innumerable pcrma
nent mil perfect cures of chronic cases.
Invalids, do not suffer longer, but purchase
a bottle of the bitters and Judge for yourselves.
"I'.OCdll ON P.AT9."
Clears out rats, mice, roaclus, Hlci
Palpitation, dropsical swell ngs, dizzi
ness indigestion, headache, sleeplessness
cm ..I by "Wells' Health Renewcr."
"ltCUQH ON CORNS."
AU for Wells' "Rough on Corns. 15c.
Quirk, complete cure. Hard orsoft corns,
Quirk, complete cure, all Kidney, Rind,
dei ..ml Urinary Diseases, Scalding, IrrL
tntiiiii, Stone, Gravel, Cutawii of lite Blad
tier ft, Druggists.
Flim. roaches, ants, bed-bugs, rats, mice
gopli.'rs.chlpinunkSjClearcd out by "R6ugl
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"Wells' Health Rcncwer" restores henllW
mi. I vigor, cures dyspcpsla.impotence, sex
mil debility. $1.
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Ciiii'S cholera, colic, cramps, dlnjuioen,
S W nr.s.'l.cr who with his family last v u"'s cuuieru, cunc, un...ii., ....... my.,
s. w. unsuitr who wiiii ms lamuy last num alnSi gprninil) headache, neuralgia,
irlng moved to Wyoming, Kent Co., Del. rheumatism. 20c. Rough on Pain Plan.
has como back to harvest und thresh has
crops on tho farm formerly occupied by
him. He Is looking hale and hearty. He
will return to Delaware In a few days.
P. W. Ash has started his threshing ma
chine. Pieice knows how to run a ma
chine nnd will do more threshing In a day
with tho same machine than uny other
man that ever run n machine through
Dr. B, F. Gardner and others of his fam
ily wcro the guests of Daniel Mcllcnry,
Esq., of this place on Sunday last.
Last week a company of horse-jockeys
and traders hulling from Danville were en
camped In Woods'- grove below town. They
did not succeed in taking any body in
around here. When such men come
through this neighborhood, and otter you a
good, first-class, sound horse lor i25 they
find that llio people are not all fools.
Now is tho time wlion school directors
are casting around to secure teachers to
fill the various positions for the Winter
term. It is n fact that teachers arc too
poorly paid. New brandies are beiug con
stantly added to tuo list of common school
studies, tho standard grade ot certificates
is all tho lime being advanced, and tho
teacher is expected and compelled to keep
abreast and ahead of all these; and what
inducement is there for him to do so if The
nvornga mechanic and day workman can
command better wages than the man who
has devoted years of life to hard study and
spent hundreds of dollars to prepare him-
self for n teacher. Nowadays It requires
almost a college professor to teach a com
mon school, ami yet they are expected to
work for less wages than they can realize
nt manual lubor.
If t mi are failing, broken, w
nervt.us, use "Wells' Health
om out nnd
If you aro losing your grip on life, try
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Sun- cure, 00c. Druggists.
Ladies who would retain freshness anil
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"liouau on itcil"
"Kuiigh on Itch" cures humors, erup
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Cuiiect offensive odors nt once. Compltto
cure of worst chronic cases, also unequal-
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THE IIOI'E OF TIIK NATION.
Children slow in development, puny,
Bcrnwuey, nud deUcLtc, use "Wells' Health
OATAltltll or THE ULAUDEIi.
Silii'luir. Irritation. Inflammation, nil
Kidney nnd Urinary complaints, cured by
"WATEll lll-dS, IIOAL'IIKd."
'Hough on Katu" clears them out, nlso
rnii.iiiEi.iiiu, Julys), ism.
lawns at remnant
A 11 . 1 1
prices. All our pruueti nnen
lawns aredown five cents a yard,
the finest seven-and-a-half; 15
to 30 cents now. "We could
not buy in the wholesale market
for 1 5 cents the lawns we are
selling at 1 5 ; the same of the
20, 25 and 30. Clearing out.
Can afford to lose a little.
Our linen is linen, remember
Dip one end of a spongo in water and the
whole will soon bo saturated. S n disease
In one part of the body affects other parts.
You have noticed this yourself. Kidney
ami liver troubles, unions cheoked, will
Induri' constipation, piles rheumatism nnd
gravil. A timely uso of Dr. Kennedy's
Favorite Remedy will prevent theso re.
suits, It is pleasant to the tnsto and may
bo taken freely by children ami ilelicntu
fem.ilis. It gives tho elasticity, life und
cheeks with roses on thein.
kmuevs ui nro
... . .
After leaving Hwang Illen our wny led
iu for somo tlmu through ono of tho most
fertile counties lu this Province, the laud
being beautifully leyel und well cultivated,
but wo soon camo In sight of tho sc and
for two days traveled over very sandy
uninteresting roads which yielded mo noth
ing ot Interest to write about. Yesterday
afternoon I reached the point for which I
havtbccn making for four days, having
been dcluycd somewhat by rain, so that my
Journey wits prolonged ono day, I started
out with the Intention ot meeting my
friend, Mr. Prultl, who bad been out for
several weeks preaching, spending a few
days with hliu and then returning; when I
met him, however, ho proposed that wo
ill.. rdered liver nud
diit-i-1 heuinatlsm and neiirnlcia.
and kidney diseases nro cured by limit's
"It lairly wearies mo to think of the inu!.
tltudi of things advertised to euro disease,"
you s .y. No wonder. But in the mount,
ulns t.f clialt their aro grains of golden
when I. Wo tuny 11 nil It dltllcult to induce
vou to test tho merits ot Dr. Kennedy's
Fuviulto Remedy, but when you nave.dono
so, our work Is ended. Alterwauls you
, Ml l. .. . , " .
c ! I unit tins iiieuictiie win uu met menus,
you never get cotton lor lm- Favorllo Remedy would have died out
long ago except lor us rem ticciiiinesi1.
But It is good nnd does good.
en here. Our colors are fast
been tested, every one. You
can safely buy by beauty of
printing. What a comfort !
liytho'JVkvroi'h onico at lUo foot ot the Areaao
Cotton lawns, 5 and 8 cents,
are about as pretty a little way
off, fast colors also a little
coarse, but not so coarse as the
prices. The 8 cent lawns are
i2lX cent lawns.
Hut for beauty, every sort of
ATTENTION, irAtl.lIOAII MEN I
"I 8U lie red for moro than a year.wlfli
Indigestion. I was very bilious, occa
sionally, having u dumb chill, followed by
levcrc, which prostrated mo. 1 took Sim.
nous l.lver ucguiator. ami am iiiorougiiiy
salisllul that It Is all that It is recommend
ed tor Indigestion und bilious complaints ,
for mine was ccrtuiuly n stubborn caso.
Many "f my fi lends speak ot it, and they
all ngreu that it possesses all tho virtues
you claim 10: u. a. u. uiaitTowEit,
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