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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Tbo Queen's Honseliolil.
In reckoning all tho sinecures cover
ed by tho single- list in England, we
find 0.11 persons nttnehed to hor mnj
csty Victoria, (tho servtints not In
eluded.) Tlio numeration is itself
highly interesting. I will tnko by way
of specimen only tlint of Lord Cliamb
borlnln. The noblo Lord is nttlio head
of nil tho personal ot tho roynl limine
hold, oiccjalng that of bed chamber.
Ho has such a countless number' of
duties that ho could never perform if
tho greater portion of thorn had not
been farmed out to n numberless crowd
Tho fortunato incubcut of this post
at present is Lord Kcnmare, a person
as stupid as ho is pretentious. To bo
ctiamborlain no higher cptality is ne
cessary than to be ablo to road, writo
and reckon. A Catholic by birth and
a ilunkoy by nature, Kcnmaro has
nothing elso to cngago his attention
than tho court and his faith. Tho
great work of his lifo is his Killarney
mansion of which ho is very proud. In
politics ho wished to put in an appear
nnco like, oilier people; ho presented
hinvrclf in Parliament ouco to nfiirm
his conviction and vote against tho
Irish tenant disturbance bill. His ten
ants on ills Killarney estate testified
their gratitude, for this action by re
fusing to pay a penny of rent. Al
though an insignificant personage,
Lorif ICenmnro is on tho whole an
agreeable companion, a good shot and
knows how to stand on his dignity
when circumstances demand it.
Tho mission of tho vicc-chamberlain
is to assist tho chamberlain, but ho
rids himself of this weighty burden
by shouldering it on a comptroller of
accounts who in turn passes it on to
a superintendent. Tho superintendent
has it relegated to thrco clerks, who
hand it over to thrco assistant clerks.
After tho chamberlain comes tho pri
vate treasurer and secretary to tho
queen, Sir Henry Ponsonby, fifty-eight
year of age, and for tho past sovon
years guardian of tho privy purse.
This last function imposos on him a
difficult task, embracing as it does tho
appeals for assistance addressed to tho
queen. Thcso appeals embraco among
others the gratuities given to mothers
who aro so fortunato as to give birth
A master of ceremonies, as assistant,
a marshal, eight aid-do-camps, eight
gentleman in attendance, themselves
assisted by a number of supernumera
ries or postulants, have to fulfil tho
duty of taking dinner with her maj
est in their turn to mako up tho num
ber at tablo and help tho other guests
to banish the royal ennui. Then como
four members of tho privy council, a
black rod and a scoro of other bizarro
officials, among whom aro eight ser-gcant-at-arras.
When thcso latter wero
created their duly consisted of mounting
guard near tho royal lent, clad in their
armor, their swords at their side, arm
ed with a bow and a quiver and hold
ing their ceremonial baton. Their
mission was to watcli and arrest trait
ors. Hut in our days traitors must
necessarily bo rare, as these sergcant-at-arms
have never been ablo to exhibit
ono in return for tho round million
that their occupation has cost the nat
ion sinco tho accession of the queen.
The grand master of tho court, Gen
eral Francis Seymour, lost his sight in
tho Crimea, and always wears a singlo
eye-glass, which gives him a grimace
to his features and gives him an air
of ferocity, although, at the bottom ho
is tho most ami ablo man in tho world.
Who knows but that ferocious air
comes from tho internal despair at tho
way his wife murders music T This bet
ter half of his who is known as the
beautiful country woman, is the most
consuramito type of personal blindness
(although slio did not accompany her
husband to tho Crimea). A naive
and pretentious country woman, her
conversation is dotted with the most
ridiculous absurdities and stupidities.
Even her great beauty cannot atono
for her astonishing stupidity. Her
presumption equals that of Lady
Arhibald Campbell. Sho sings at con
certs although sho dees not know a
cinglo note of music; I say "sings''
for politeness sake; the perspiration
rolls in beads from the poor artists who
must follow her; sho is at once the
riightmaro and tho scarecrow of all who
accompany her, bo stupid is she that
I daro not even hopo that this notifi
cation of the ridioulo with which sho
overwhelms herself will open her
Another curious pursonago of the
court is tho grand champion, who, on
tho day of tho coronation.presents him
self before parliament and declares him
self ready to pick up tho glove if any
ono will throw it down and pretend to
contest the rights of tho sovereign.
Thero aro besides a crowd of digni-
tai ics, sucn as 1110 corps ot the scrco
ants, tho armed heralds, body guards,
jwigus, EiipcniiicmieniK, master ot ten
ii court, boatmen to the queen, guard
laiiH of the swans, urand falconer.
urainl master of tho hounds, and so
A Veteran Correspondent.
Maj. Hen. Pet ley Pooro wa among
tho gentlemen ptvsentcrt to President
Ulovelaml recently. Maj, Poore,whon
lie shook hands with tho President, io
marked that this was tho seventeenth
president with whom ho hn.il shnWnn
hands. Ho has met them all except
iour. no met, iuonroo when a small
boy in New York, and later, when tho
major came to Washington, lie very
frequently saw John Quinoy Adams.
Hit reiiii'in';vr-t Ad.uns esneeiallv well.
bwatifO ho unco iilteiidud the laying of
a corner-stone ol :i iitiblio building.
Tho day was hot and tho IVclilent iu.
moved his coal. Yoiytg Pooro had
the pleasure of holding this coat.
President Cleveland expressed gre:it
plcastirii in met'iing tliu vctrruti cones
puiidi lit. He mid it was very iinii-ii:il
in met l anyoiio in Washington who
had livul theio for any length of time.
Puon lias a vi'iy gm.il memory of all
tliu piesuli'iits from t tit) time i.f Jolni
Quinoy Adam ; Jackson was the
pnsideiit, ho sayH, who inaugurated
tliu pincliuu nf receiving office-seekers
at tho While House. Htifore him none
of tliu small place-seekers weio permit-
t'M to si n l.iii l'leslilent. it is proba
ble that President Cleveland will in
tiiiiu Hiiecced in rectoriug tho old con
dition of things, and banish tho nllieo
so. kers as a class fioni tho Whito
Let Her Nestlti.
"A callow bird ling nestles among
you, us iiiitt'-tigvii wings eager lor
lliglit, I'iiger to peni'lralo tho injslir.
jixiif 4ln bright far-off canopy of blue
iky ami ri-vi'l amid tliedjreamed-of beau
lies iiimI tho wiilf.wido world Whimper
ingf.iilh and hop.) in enchv ocal breath,
what shall bo its fato f Shall it inin
gh its j ivoiis orol with tho spicy odors
id its natie groves J Or will you
i a-t it ill lo seek rofugo iu sonio alien
hi diii il, there o waiblu out its early
iki.Ui ln, iiiiloviil, foigotttn and
iilouol ' From the thtlutatory of tte
Stale buns may bo mado to tasto as
nicoly os when fresh if thoy aro dipped
for a momont or so in cold water aud
then put in a hot oven for fivo or ten
minutes. They will turn out as crisp
as when first baked.
Hoolh does not look at others who
play ills parts, fearing unconscious
imitation. Ho lias never soon "Ham
let" played excopt by his father.
Tho annual Income of Amhorst Cob
logo is $70,000.
Woather-vaues lllumluatod by elco
trioily, so as to bo visiblo at night,
have been suggested.
H.u not FonuoTTKN. Houso hunt
er "Tho inclosnro bohind this hotuo
is very small."
landlord "It's tho usual size."
Pouso Hunter "Oh, I think not."
Landlord "When I went to school
I was taught that three feel mado a
Houso Hunter "Exactly. 1 soo
you havo not forgotten it.
Tho principal cause of nearly all sickness at this
tlmo of tho year has Its orlffln In a disordered Uv
it, which, If not rcyulnted In tlmo, great suffcrlntf
wretchedness and Uoath wilt ensue, A Bcntloinaii
writing from south America says I "lhavo lined
your Simmons' Liver ltrculator with (food effect,
both as a prevent Ion and euro for Malarial Fevers
on tho Isthmus ot Panama."
Simmons' Liver Regulator
A PURELY VEGETABLE MEDICINE
An Effectual Specific
M ENTAb TIKPItERSIOH.
. ...... ( rw n .inKillfntml hnvn Imminnl
headache, mouth tastes badly, poor appetite, and
tonguo coatod, you aro suffcrlnK from torpid liver
or 'biliousness." nnd nothing will euro you so
speedily and permanently as lo tako
SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR.
it. la elven with safety, and tho happiest results
to tho most dclicato Infant. It takes tho place ot
quinine and bitters ot every kind. It Is tho cheap
est, purest and best family mcdlclno In tho world.
J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Phila,
SOLD BY AlTdRUGGISTS.
Statuo of "Liberty Enlightening
Tho committee In chargo of the construction ot
the base and pedestal for tho reception ot this
great work, IN ORDElt TO RAISE FUNDS FOR
ITS COMPLETION, havo prepared a miniature
Statuto six Inches In height, tho Statuo Bronzed;
rcdestal, Nlckel-sllvered, which they aro now
delivering to subscribers throughout tho United
States at ONE DOLLAR EACII.
This attractive souvenir and Mantel or Desk or
nament Is a perfect tac-slmllo of tho model furn
ished by tho artist.
The Statuette In same mctaLtwclve inches high,
at FIVE DOLLARS EACII, delivered.
Tho designs ot Statuo nnd rcdestal aro protected
by U. S. Patents, and tho models can only bo fur
nished by this Committee. Address with remit
tance, RICHARD HUTLER, Secretary,
American Commltteo of theStatue;of Liberty.
33 Mercer Street, New York.
number and gasntter. Rear of Schuyler's hard
All kinds of fittings for steam, gas .and water
pipes constantly on hand.
Hoofing and Bpoutlng attondedto at short no
tice. Tinware otovory description mado to order.
Orders left at Schuyler JtCo's., hardwaie storo
will bo promptly ailed.
Special attention given to heating by steam and
TR Minna A handsome VASE LAMP given
PniWP with a JS order for Tea andooff
J4 UUI I LIl An Iron Btono ciiamuer
" SET, 10 pieces, or a TEA BET, 44
pieces, or a handsome IiltoNZK llANOINtl LAMP
given with a $10order. A CIIAMUKU8KT oflO
eleces,wltn blue, maroon or pink baud or an IRON
TONE CHINA TEA SKT Of 66 pieces, or a GLASS
SET of so pieces given with u12 order, HAND
MIME PREMIUMS, consisting of Decorated China
Ware In Tea sets, also Dinner and Tea sets com.
blned, and chamber Sets, eta, etc., given with
nniem for us. no. f 35. tss and tW. tsend for circu
lar, which will give you full particulars. 11I1AN1)
UNION TEA COMPANY, 25 South Main St.,
Wilkes lurro, ra. ueauquar.
ters m Front street, Now
may li ly
KlfiUSSNTS Till rouowiMQ
AMEIUOAN INSUHANCK COMPANIES
North American ot Philadelphia.
Frunklln, " "
Pennsylvania, " "
York, of Pennsylvania.
Hanover, of N. Y.
ouoeus, or London.
North lirillsh, of London,
omco on M tricot snoot, No, t, lilooimburg.
oct. n, I '
Important to Canvassers.
WANTED. Uo runvaJwrs In every county In
tuo riuteu states to sen fox'h i-ati;mt nrcvrai,
MULE SAII IKON, which combines tno Bad Iroua
Polisher. Fluter. Ac. one Iron iluluir tho work of
an entire set of ordinary Irons. Is self.heallnir by
gas or aicouoi lamp, uisa wniiiiur
KITCHENS. Price moderate. A largo and lastlug
lucomu insured to good canvassers. Address, for,
DllUl.ia AW, I'WA nAU 41, W.S V", I" HW, a,
N. Y. July 10-w
to sell tho "lAfu iiikI Jimli of (Irii. Utuitet s.
(Irani." Tho best. cheaKst, and most popular
uook puuusueu. wnio mr utiiis snu Mvum wrn
lory utoucc. Address UUJIIK IIIIILK PUIILISH
INK CO., TOS Chestnut bU, I'hliadu. Julyal.tl.
to sell tlie ,1IAI;0 MIIHIIIITI IIITI!
CIIUK, gives Instant relief, and drives them
BALLADE A CO., 8 East lbth St., New York.
It gives tono and power. For complaints of the
kidneys, bo e's,stouiach, liver and luugs,tor all the
sulnio troubles of v, omen and for those bodily dis
orders induced by anxlety.eare and mental strain,
Us meets vtlll surprise and charm you. It la not
an essence, of ginger. DWlclous to tho palate, an
lldtite to the Iliiuor habit, and exceedingly help
ful to the aged aud feeble. Ulc and tl.uu slies.
11ISCOX S CO., New York.
JO WOltlC NEATLY
Amputation of tho Log,
Money Is tho universal necessity, and nono but a
cynlo or a fool will affect to desplso It. Mr.
Abram ElUworth,'ot Fort Kwcn, Ulster County, N.
T.i had realized this truth. Ills dlsc&so Involved
tho w nolo ot his thigh-bone, nnd tho Buffering
man looked forward, hot without apparent reason,
to death as lila only delivery. Tho family physi
cians refused to amputato tho limb, asserting that
tho oporatlon would kill tho patient on tho spot.
Dr. Daetd KENNEDY, of ltondout, N. Y., who was
consulted, held a different opinion nnd amputated
tho limb. Tho Doctor then administered freely
his great lllood Hpcclno FAORITE REMEDY to
afford tono and strength to tho system and pre
vent tho return ot tho disease, and Mr. Ellsworth
remains to this day in tho bloom ot health. This
gentleman's disease was tho offspring of foul
blood, nnd Kennedy's KAVORITE REMEDY purl
nod the blood and restored tho blood and restored
to him tho power once more to enjoy his life. Are
you suffering from any dlseaso traceablo to the
samocauso? Try Favorite Remedy. Your drug.
fist has It. ONE DOLLAR n bottle. Dear In mind
ho proprietor's namo and address t Dr. David
Kennedy, ltondout, N. Y.
To keep tho blood pure Is tho principal end ot
Inventions and discoveries In medicine To this
object probably no ono has contributed more sig
nally than Dr. David Kennedy, ot ltondout, N. V.,
In tho production ot a medlclno which has tiecomo
famous under tho title ot the "FAVORITE REM.
EDY." It removes all Impurities of t he lllood, reg
ulates tho disordered Liver nnd Kidneys, cures
constipation. Dyspepsia nnd nil diseases and
weaknesses poeullnr to females.
1 It EC,
Offer to tho Trado tholr Fine Ilrand of Clgnra.
Fino Fruits and Fino Confectionory
on hand. V'resh every week. Ulooras
burg, l'a. Feb. 27
BLOOMSBURii PLANING HILL
Tho undorsliinod having put his Planing Ml
on Railroad street, In Orst-ciass condition, Is pre
pared to do all kind ot work in his line,
FRAMES, SASH, DOORS,
furnished at reasonable prlcos. All lumber used
Is well seasoned and none but Bklltod workmen
ESTIMATES FOR BUILDINGS
furnished on application. Flans and specinc
ions proparod by an oxporloncod draughtsman
THE OLD STAND
under the Exchango Hotel, still takes the lead.
Hair Dressing, shaving, Dyeing, Shampooing and
all work In my line promptly uud neatly done.
BILLIARD & POOL TABLES.
Jan 30-tf Proprietor.
M. C. SLOAN & BRO.,
CARRIAGES BUDDIES, PHAETONS.
SLEIOHS, PLATFORM WAGONS, &C.
Plrst-clasa work always on band.
REPAIRING NEA TL Y DONE.
Pricet reducedlo tuit the timet.
C0URSEN, CLEM0NS & CO.
Importers and Wholcsalo Dealers in
Crockery, Olasswaro, Table and l"ockct Cutlery,
Window Glass, and l'lated-warc,
Tho M candle-power marsh electrlo lamp.
Tho celebrated l'lnaforo Durner.
Bird Cages, Fruit Jars.
413 Lackawanna Avenue, SCHANTON, l'a.
I'HICE LIST OF
On Cars at Quarry.
No. l Slate MCOtofl.oo
NO. 1 Itlb SlatO 3.(10 to 3.35
No, s Itlb Slato 2.00
J. I. IIUI.I.,
itc Ijickftwanna Avenue, Scrunton, l'a
& w w m m m
Who always uives von tliu IntesL
styles, and cuts your clothing to fit
you. Having had tliu experience lor a
number ol vears in tho Tailoring Hnni.
ness, lias learned what material will
givo his customers tho best satisfaction
for wear and stylu and will try to
pleaBe all who give him a call. Also
Gents' Furnishing Goods
OF ALL DESCltllTlONB.
HATS, CAPS, AND UMBRELLAS
Always or the latest styles. Call ami ex.
amino Ills stock bcloru purchasing else
wliore. Storo nest door to First National Bink
Comer Main &t Market Sts.
-ON TIIK KUUOI'KAN I'UN,-
Viotor Koch, Pi'opi'iotor.
ltooms are heatod by steam, well ventilated nnd
elegantly furnished. Finest liar and Lunch Coun
ter in the city.
Meals to order at all hours Ladles and dents
rostaurant furnished with all dellcacea of tho
licatlon near V. L. & W. n. n. Depot.Pcranton,
"Mynrnnd, My Mnrynnd ,'
Lovely daughters and noblo men."
"My farm lies In a rather low and ml as.
malic situation, ami
'Was a very pretty htomlcl"
Twenty years ago, liecntno
"Withered and aged I"
"Deforo her time, from
".Malarial vapors, though alio made no
particular complaint, not hclng of tho
grumpy kind, yet causing mo great uneasi
"A short time ngo I purchased your
remedy for 0110 of tho children, who had a
very severo attack of biliousness, nnd it oc
curred to mo that tho remedy might help
my wife, as I found that our little girl upon
"iler sntlowncss, and looked as fresh 119
a new blown daisy. Well the story Is soon
told. My wife, lo-ilny, has gained her old
timed beauty with compound Interest, and
Is now as handsome a matron (if I do say It
myself) as can be fouund In this county,
which Is noted tor pretty women. And I
have only Hop Hitters to thank for It.
"Tho dear creature Just looked over my
shoulder, and says 'I nan (latter equal to
the days of our courtshipand that reminds
me there migni no more pretty wives 11 my
brother farmers would do as I havo done."
Hoping you may long bo spared to do
good, I thankfully remain
C. Ij. Jam us,
Hri.tsvii.mi, l'rlnco Ocoreo Co., Md , )
May 20th, 188a. )
If Nono Renulno without a bunch of ureen
Hops on the white label. Shun nil tho vile, pot
onous stuff with "Hop" or "Hops" In their name.
An Old Soldier's
" Calvert, Toxai,
May S, ISM.
"I wish to oxpreii my appreciation of the
valuatilo qualltloa of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
as a cough remedy.
"Whllowlth Churchill's army.Junt bofore
tho Initio of Vkkalurt;, I contracted a to
voro mill, which terminated In a dangerous
cough. I found 110 relict till on our march
wo camo lo a country store, where, on ailtlng
for some rcuiody, I was urged to try A Yen's
"I did so, and was rapidly cured. Slnco
then I havo kept the I'cctoiial comtautly by
me, for family use, and I have found It to bo
an Invaluable remedy for throat anil lung
dlieasca, J. W, Whitluv."
Thousands of testimonials certify to tho
prompt euro of all bronchial and tune
affections, by tho use of AYKll's CltEiinv
l'ECTOUA u Helug very palati.blo, the young
est chlUron tako It re ullly.
Dr.J.C.Ayor&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggist.
SPECTACLES AND EYE-GUSSES
FIELD-GLASSES, MAGIC LANTERNS.
Dravrtnc Instrnmenu, I'MIoMphlcal mat
List and Descriptions ot our Tn CsUlocut snot
924 Chestnut St.
Every Otinco of Adulteration
THE WONDERFUL 3-LB BAR.
MADK ONLY BY
Gowans & Stover,
Buffalo, N. Y.
For salo by all first-claBa grocerH.
April 10-l-yr r
Rend and Save Money,
Now is the time to Build.
Kol Herman rinosidlnj
5 or 0 In.
on per m.
No I x Inch sldlnp; planed,
" llcmloclc oernian siding, 6 Inch
" " flooring1,
" while plno "
" yellow " "
" surfaced plno boards,
" sawed plno shingles,
No 2 ' ' "
No 3 " "
No 1 sap sawed pine shingles,
" bemloek sawed "
" heart uliaved plno "fromjsonto
sap " ' 3lX)to4
" hemlock " " " " 4 00 to 4
" shingle lath, 2
" plastering lath, s
Hemlock fencing, u
" guageu fencing 0 Inch wide, 10
" boards 10 tola Inch wide, 10
" bills nnyslio from fiueotoll
I keep u full stock of tho
above kinds of Lumber always
onhrtnd, and will soli at these
prices during year of 1885.
Orangeville, Columbia Co., Pa.
Is attended by an In- Catarrh
flamed condition of thH
lining membrano ot the
nostrils, tear -ducts
and throat, affecting
tho lungs. An acrid
mucus Is secreted, the
tod with a burnln;
sensation. Thero are
so en spasms ot sneez
ing, frequent attacks
ui neuuueue, waiery
ami mtiamcd cvch.
Ely's Croam Halm is a
real euro for this ills-
easo and can bo ilc.jav.CCIfrB
ponded upoiu nX-"-VT I
A particle U applied Into each nostril and Is
agrecablo tou-. 1'rleo 51 cenls by mall or at
druggists. Hend for circular. Jil.Y llltoi'llKKS,
E. B. BROWER
GAS FITTING & STEAM 11KAT1NU.
All kinds of work iu Sheet Iron, Roof
ing and Spouting promptly
liHilrlct attention given to heating by steam.
Cornor of Main & East Sts.,
I 7 .
' July 10-4 w
WflHTFni!NTE,'uaFNTi Ambitious, Enrrtctla,
Aw nil I tuitosoeure aud 111! our orders U tils w
URU lltlun. lU'Sjunslblo IIuuho. llcrn,netia
ITlriri lleiililngwl. UlxihllC I A BV
x.ooo.n. i.mu jvi aw
Never allow wagons and implements
to bo used as lien roosts.
Stock In the pasture, without shelter
during tho warm days, will fall off In
The horses of Massachusetts aro val
ued higher per head than those of any
other atato In tho Union.
Half-barrel fish keg mako the best
oap tul. Plno is thu only wood
that will stand tho eating action of
Tho gardener of thu Johns Hopkins
cstato in Baltimore county, Md., has
cultivated figs for twenty-live years and
never failed of a crop.
Tho dwarf vanities of peas arc thu
best to bow for a succession in the sum
mer, as tho taller kinds are slow in ma
iming and filling out the pods.
Strawberry beds may bo pet out in
September Iu this latitude, and if
slightly mulched on tho approach of
winter will mako early growth in tho
A writer in Jlrmhtrcct's asserts that
after thirty-fivo years' oxperienoo in
Iowa ho has nevoi known a mortgage
foreclosed on a dairy or stock farm.
The approximate number of sheep
in tho world is sot down at 315,000,
000. Of this number 53,000,000, or
nearly M per cent., arc raised in the
A western beo-kecper has adopted
the plan of wintering his bees by bury
ing them in tho ground. He did not
lose a swarm during tho past severo
To kill bark -lice put a ipiarl of soft
soap and a gallon of water into a ket
tlo and beat to boiling, and then, while
tho mixture is boiling, stir in a quart
Tho strawberry weevil punctures tho
llowcr stems in tho spring, and later on
destroys tho entire plant. It then bur
ies itself in tho eatth and breeds tho
The production of honey in Califor
nia is enormous. In Southern Califor
nia thero aro 1,000 bee-keepers and
100,000 colonics of bees, which produce
millions of pounds of honey.
Tho duration of vitality in seeds de
pends very much on tho manner in
which they aro kept. Trustworthy
authority states a case in which mel
ons wero raised from seed forty years
An Arab proverb says : "Tho two
greatest enemies of tho liorso aro rest
and fat." Tho average cross roads
stallion contains thcso two elements in
perfection. Hence, "weedy and washy"
A cross made by tho Leghorn, either
brown or whito, with tho light IJrah
ma, makes ono of the best families of
cross-bred fowls Also, a crofH of tho
Plymouth Heck and Brahma, or Wyan
dotte and llrahma.
A teaspooiiful of glycerine and a few
drops of nitric acid to a pint of drink
ing water will generally euro a fowl
that shows symptoms of bronchitis,
when accompanied by a gurgling sound
in the throat, as if choking.
Ono of tho grandest secrets in feed
ing all livo stock is to chango to any
now food gradually, and to givo uo
moro than will be eaten with a good
appetite. Young animals need to
bo fed more frequently than older
Pel haps the best vinegar, writes a
correspondent of tho Jlural New
Yorker, is mado from cider. It takes
some time to mako unless iu warm
weather tho barrel is rolled out in the
sun, the vent opened, and somo mos
quito netting is nailed over tho open
ing to keep out insects. A small
quantity may bo quickly madu by till
ing glass fruit cans nearly full, add
ing a littlo water and brown sugar,
and putting them where it is quite
light. If corn, mustard seed, horse
radish, or any other such thing has
been put in tho cider wlion it is new,
to arrest fermentation, it will bo much
longer in turning to vinegar, and I
think it is never so good.
Vinegar can bo mado by mixing ono
gallon of molasses with fivo or six
gallons of water pure, soft water is
best. If a littlo molasses is spread on
a piece of brown paper as largo as tho
hand, and put it in after it is mixed,
it seems to answer the purpese of
"mother,'1 or tho vinegar plant, as it is
often called. I havo had nico vinegar
made of sweetened currant juice and
water, equal parts. It was rather thin,
but fino llavorod.
When maple sugar is manufactured,
tho richost vinegar may be made'jftom
tho rinsings of all the ili?hes used, if
saved in a suitable vessel, with tho ad
dition os some maplej syrup, tho whole
being allowcdj to ferment. It is far
superior in llavor to all other kinds of
vinegar as thu maple vinegar is lo
other kinds of Bwccts.
I knew a very careful, painstaking
housekeeper who used to keep a large
stono jug in her pantry, and every
dish for molasses, or anything of the
sort, was always rinsed and tho con.
tents poured into tho jug. Sho always
had an abuudanco of vinegar (of good
quality, too), and it certainly did not
seem expensive-, it only took a littlo
lime and care on her part
I think it is desirable, when posil1o,
for families to m.iko their own vinegar,
as the) know then what they aro us
ing, and a housewife, over uonfroulcd
with three meals a day, will liud
plunly of good vinegar a very great
ooiiveniouci', as it gives a relish lo
I loli lliirdette, thu hiimiuist, is full
of good things. Hero is one ol his
latest: " 'The shallows murmur, but
tho deeps aro dumb.' And do you
know, to put a new interpretation on
an old bit of wisdom, that is why wo
lovo tho shallows. Wo stroll besido
tho broad, deep, voiceless river. Thero
is no song in nil tho silent stream.
Its bosom bears tho fleets of commerce;
shallop and steamer and raft drift
down its silent current to thu sea. By
dock and slip tho bending willow
sweep its noiseless waters. Utit when
wo reach tho winking brook, singing
Binging over tho whito shining peb
bles murmuring around tho mossy
rocks, whispering through tho sway
ing reeds, wo sit down and listen, and
tho musio and charm of its incessant
babble drive away every caro and overy
thought of Borrow and trouble Who
is it that said tho music of running
water produces iu us a mild insanity
or something liko thatT Truo it is
'tho shallows murmur, but tho deeps
aro dumb,' and bo wo lovo thu shal
lows. Yes, my son, yes. That per
haps is tho reason boJ many people
lovo you. By and by you will bo
como older you will liccomo deep.
Then wo will hate you."
i iilers Known.
Pto o her in ed I r I n r Imown so effectually purges
llm blood of deep-scaled iHcnec. ...
miHImm licur tollnioiiy to Us wonderful
curative rffnln, . . . ,
It l n purely Vcactnlile Preparation, made
front tho native lu rlis nnd loots of California, tho
medicinal properties of which are extruded there
from without tho UM of Alcohol.
It remove tlie rnimo of disease, and the
patient recover Ids In altti. . ....
It In tho ureal Illootl Ptirlller and Llfe
?lvlnj I'rinelplol n (Initio l'urpnthc nnd Toiilci a
perfect Kcuovnlor nnd Invlirorator of tho system.
Never lief ore In tho history of Urn orld has a' meillclno
liecn compounded possessing tlio tmwerof VisroAn
lliTTK.ns In henlhis llio sick of every disease man Is
"riiii Allerntlvr, Aperient, Ptaphorclle, Car
hitnntlve, Nutritions, Laxative, Peilntlve. Counter;
Irritant, Sudorllle, Antl-llillous, Solvcut, Dinrctlc and
Tonic proxTlles nf Vineuaii IIitteiis cicced those
of any otlicr meillclno In the world.
tin lieron enn take tho lliTTEns nccordlDit lo
directions and remain Ions unwell, provided their
lKjnes nro not destroyed hy inlnetnl poison or other
lncuns, and the vital organs wasted beyond tho point
lJiliiu, Itenilllent, Intermittent nnd Ma
Inrlal l'eiers nro prevalent tliroucliout tlio United
Mates, pnrtlcnl.irly In the valleis of our treat rivers
and their vast tributaries ilurlns the Hummer nnd
Autumn, rspctlally during teutons of unusual heat
J'lieso Fever nro Invariably accompanied hy
elcn-lvo dcriuiL'emeiils of tlio stoiniuh, liver nnd
lwwels. In their treatment, a pntvnlhe, exerting a
IHiwerrul lulluem.o tiion those organs, U absolutely
Thero In no entlinrllc for tho purpose equal
to Iir. .1. WAiiirn's VisKiiAii Hitters, ns It will
speedily rcmoo tlio daik-colored lclil matter wltli
which tlie lwwels aro loaded, nt tlio same time stlniu
fating the secretion of llio liver, and generally
restoring tho heultliy funulous of tho illgcstlvo
1"r'llfy llio linily against disease hy purifying
nil Its llnlils with Vinioah lltTTKn. No epldcmlo
can tako hold of a sj ftein thus forearmed.
It ivIgoriiU'w llio Sdiinaili nnd stimu
lates tho torpid Liver and Dowel, cleansing the
Mood of all Impurities, (inputting lifo and vigor to
tlie frame, and carrying off without the uid of
Calomel, or other minerals, all poisonous matter
from the system. It Is easy of ndinluistratlou,
prompt In action, nnd certainln Its results.
In the bhoulders, Coughs, Tightness of tho Chest,
lM-umonta, DIzElness, Had Tasto In the Jloulh,
unions Attacks, Palpitation of tho Heart, and a
hundred other painful symptoms, aro at oncojre
llcved by Vineoar niTTKns. .
I'or lnlliiiiiniiitiiry and Chronic Rheuma
tism, Oout, Neuralgia, lilseasesof tho Ulood, LUer,
Kidneys and Dlndder. tho Hitters havo no ciual.
In these, es In unconstitutional lleaes, Walker's
Vineoaii Ilirrtna has shown Its great cumtlo
powers In the most obstinate and Intractable
eases. , ,
ITIerli n il Irnl Plsensrt,-rersnn engaged In
Paints and Mineral, such a Plumbers, Type
setters, Uold-braters, nnd Miners, iu they ndvaneo
In jife, are subject to 1'nrnlysls of tho Uowels.
To guard against this, take occasional doses of
Vineoar Urn Ens.
Skin IIIm-iisc, Scrofula, Salt nheum. Ulcers,
Swelling, llmple, llistule, Jloll, Carbuncles,
ltlng-worms, Keuld hend, Horn lljes, Kryslpela,
Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration, Humors and diseases
of thoSkiu, of whatever name or nature, nro liter
ally dug up and carried out ot the si stem In a short
time by tlie use of tho Hitters.
l'ln, Tiiponiul other AVorms, lurking In
tho sj litem of so many thousands, are effectually
destroyed and removed. No system of medicine,
no vermifuges, no anthelmintics, will freo tho
system from worms like Vineoaii lJrrrr.iifl.
RfeiisileN, Scarlet I'ever, Mumgis, Whooping
Cough, and nil children's diseases may Im made
less severe by keeping tho bowels open with mild
doses ot tho Hitters. This wonderful remedy is
especially adapted to the systems of children, for
purifying herbs alone give It Us reniarkablo cura
tive powers. It contains uo alcohol, opium or
I'or I'eiiinle Complaint. In young orold,
married or single, nt tlm dawn of womanhood, or
the turn of lire, this Hitters has no count.
Cleanse llio Vltlnteit lllood when Its Im
purities burst through the skin In Eruptions or
Sores; cleanse It whtn obstructed nnd sluggish In
the vein; clennsolt when It Is foul; your feelhiRS
w III tell you w lieu, and the health of thu system w 111
follow. . . .
In conclusion I Give the Hitters n trial. It
will speak for Itself. Oue lwttle I a liettercuar
autee of Its merits than n lengthv advertisement.
in different languages.
II. II. Mcllonnld Drutr Co., Proprietors,
Bun Vrauclsco. Cal . ami KX. tot Jc fctt Wusuinntoa St,
Cor. Charlton bt. , New urk.
Sold by all Dealers and Druggists.
yyAiNWiuaiiT & co.,
teas. syrups, copkee, suqait, molvsh..s
KICK, SriCKS. BICARB SODA, &C.,&C.
N. K. corner second and Arch streets,
Hf-Ordorswlll recolvo prompt ntto ntln
Philadelphia k Erie R. R. Divis
ion, and Northern Central
In crrect July. 5th, lb3. Trains leavo Sun
j.IO.i. m., Sea Shoro i:press (dally except
Sundaj), for Ilarrlsburg undlutermcdlatostatlons,
arriving at Philadelphia 3.u p. in. : New York
C.S0 ii. m. : llaltlmoie. 4.10 ii. in. : W.islilmri nu.
6.50 p. in., connecting nt Philadelphia rornllt-ea
Mioio points. Tluough passenger coach to
1.10 p. m. Day express
dally except Sundayl.for Ilarrlsburg nnd lnlenne
dlato stations, urrlvlng at l'h fl a d o 1 p h 1 a
6.50 p. iu. j i New Yoik, u.33 p. in.; Ualtliuoro
Clip. in. ; Washington, 8.00 p.m. Parlor car
through to Philadelphia aud passenger coaches
mruugu iu I'liiiuueipuia uuu Mainmort'.
8.05 ii. m. Wllllamsport Accommodation (dallv.
for Ilarrlsburg and nil Intermediate stations, arilv-
iuiit, riiiiuucjiiiiiu iuii. in. : fluiv lorK 7,uu a. 111.
Haltlmorc, r. i. in. ; Washington 0.30 n. m. ;
Sleeping car accommodations can bo becuicd nt
Ilarrlsburir for Philadelphia and New York, t in sun.
days athiough bleeping car will bo run; on this
train from WlllUmsp't tol'hlladelphla.l'hlladelphla
passengers can remain In sleeper undlstui bed uut 11
, u. in.
s.35 a. m i:rlo Mall (dally except Monday,
for Ilurrlsburg and liileimedlato stations,
arriving at Philadelphia 8.-J5 a. m. New York,
11.30 a. m. ; lldltlmorot!.15n. m. ; Washington, U.S5
O.IH. Through l'ullmnn sleeping caisniu luuon
una iruin io 1'iiuaueipnia, jiammoro nnu vvasuing.
ton, and through passenger coaches to l'liliadel.
phla and lialUiuoa'.
B.yon. in. Erie Jlall (dally except Sunday), foi
Krlo and all Intermediate stations and uanaudal.
gua and lutermedlato stations, lioehester, Hutra
loand Niagara Tails, with through Pullman Pal
ucu cats and passenger coaches to L'llo and lioeh
ester. ti.M News i:xpres3 (daily except Sunday) for
UAh imuu mm iiiieiiuiTiiaiu muuuiis.
1.05 p. in. Niagara iixpies (dally except sun
da) lor Kane and lntermedlatobtnttou and Can.
andalgua and principal lnterineuiate bullous,
ltochcbtcr. llulialo und NlaL'ura Falls with
through passenger coaches to Kane and lloehcbter
and Parlor car lo Watklns.
5.30 p. in. Fast Lino (dally except Sunda))tor lie-
uuvu uuu iiucniicuiuie biuiious, unit juuilira, Wat
kins and Intermediate btatlous. with through pus-
EAUKer tUtlCUI B IU Ul llUlU Ullll V UlKlllS.
v:M a. m.-buuday mall for Keuovo and liueruie
dial o Mntlons.
TllllOUUII TltAINS l'Olt SUNIIUUY KltOMTlIU
HAST AND SOUTH.
Sunday mall leaves Philadelphia i.so n. m
llurrtsburg I. to at i Ivlng at sunbury u.so u. in, wit h
i uruiiKu bleeping cur Hum rmiuuciptiia to 11
llainspoit. News Express leaves Philadelphia 1.30 n. in.
Ilnrikburg, .t0 a. in. dally except Sunday
arriving at Suubury O.&J. a. in.
,., ., J , ,. Niagara Kxpress leaves
l'hlladclphla, 7.10 n. in. ; luitlmoro 7.ao a, m. (dally
except buuday aiming at sunbury, 1.05 p. in.,
with through Parlor car from Philadelphia
nnd through passenger coaches from rhlludel
phla and Daltlmore.
Fast Lino leaves New Y'ork u.oo a. m. ; Phlladcl.
phla, 11.50 a. in. ; Washington, U.5U a. in. ; Haiti
more, 10.13 a. in., (dally except bunday) arriving at
uuuuutj, u.uu i. nnu iiiiuuu'il passeuuei
coaches from Philadelphia aud Hallfinore.
Krle Jllall leaves New Ynrk nam. in , i'l,iin,iAi.
phla, H.su p. in. ; Washington, ld.M) p. m, ; llultl.
iuuib, ii..g iu in., (uuujr except.Haturuay) arming
ut buubury 5.15 u. m., with through Pullmau
Sleeiitugcars from Philadelphia, Washington and
lla tlmuro and through passenger coaches from
wu.Niiuuv, iia.i.i:ton v vii,ki:mii iut.
U.tll.ltllAI) AMI MIltTll AND IVIIST
(Dally except Sunday,)
llkesbarro Mall leaves bunbury 10.ro n. m.,
artlvlngat Uloom Ferry 10.53 u,m., Wllkes-barrs
1,1S p. m.
Express Kast leaves Sunbury 6.13 p. in., arriving
alHloomreriyo.37p.m.. Wllkea-bano B.03 p. ui.
Sunbury Mall leuv es W Ilkcsbarro 1U.4U a. in. arilv
Inir at Uloom Ferry li.es p. m., Kunbury l.to p. m.
Kxpress West leuv es llkes barie 2.43 p. m.,
riving at Uloom Ferry 4.15 p.m., buiibuiyo.10
CIIA8. R I'lKHI,
J. It. WOOD,
tlen. Passenger Agent
ALL KIND OF JOli "i'KINTINu
ON SHOUT NOTICK
AT THIS OFFICE.
RAILROAD TIIVXI TABLE.
IN MUN S, BOYS'
THAT NKKI) ONLY TO 11H
Pretty Suits lor Children,
Ilsindsoiiic 8i3iis iov ISoy.s.
Rest Good., Lalosl 8lios,
The Merchant Tailoring Establishment
Is now Roploto in
HANDSOME DRESS SUITINGS,
DURABLE BUSINESS SUITINGS,
CHEAFI1 THAI EVm
MADE UP IN THE LATEST STYLE,
Fine Carriages, Tlngglcs nml Wagons. At this Hcposltory may bo seen n large anil
varied selection of
Qg VEHICLES FOR BUSINESS AND PLEASURE
from the best Manufactories. Purchasers nro Invited to call and Inspect tho goods, or lo
fJeS?''Wrile for Information and Prices.
apr. a, '85-ly
QMAIN 7 STREET,)
C3 B. JEOBBII!
Foreign and Domestic
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND JOBBER IN CIGARS,
JJKIAWAUK, LACKAWANNA AND
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fcupirl mcndcnt'K cnicc, Kcranton, Feb. 1st, lsaa
SKHN TO m AIM'UEOIATUD.
f . F. HUNT,
320 & 322 Peun Avenue,
For tho Celebrated Chiekering, Ivors fc
l'ond, nnd Voso & Son l'ianos. World-ie
nowncd Kstcy Organs, Violins, Accordenns
nnd Sheet Jlnsic. Celebrated White, New
High Arm Davis, New Home, Hoyal St.
John, and Light Hunning Domestic Sewing
Machines. Needles, oil anil attachments
for all makes of Sewing Machines.
Gtcro and Warerocms, No. 128
ANo Watctooms ill Franklin Ate. nml iiwcen.
Anything lo iiiiikc up n new unwell
or repair nn old, in Kloek.
liar Iron, and Slci l Hulte, Holt
KmlS Lag ScrowH, Turiiliiicklo'n
Hoihu SIkhh, ami nil lllackfiiiiitli
pktnlned nnd nil patent uuilncw attended to lor
our olilce Is opposlto tlio U. 8. Patent onice, nnd
j can obtain Patents In liis tlmo than those re
mote Iroin Waslilnirton.
nnTl.nK.ll!lor.Umwlnl.'- Wo ndvlso nstopat
entablllty ireeotcliarBe, and wo make no elinw
unless patent Is secured.
,ort''.';r .''"'J ,otho l'ostmaster, tho Supt. of
?!.ne? W ,lv'. nn(l to olllelnls of tho li. f.
latent ortlce. For circular, ndvlce, tcims and
rcfeicnces to actual clients n your own Mate or
tounty, wme to
C A. SNOW & CO.,
anl)PPOhllo Falent onleo, WasUlneton, 1. '.
A 1 R 1Z 12 N T !
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Pay for inalllnif andwrapplnit nnd names ol
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Julyir.iv a I
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