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THE COLOMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Tricks on the Tracks.
l-ANnEHS HtOJt WHICH KNOINKE1IS RAVK
THE l'Unl.10 AND THEMSELVES.
The Hallway Jlevlete.
Ono who Is nccuBtoincit to railway
ttnvclitig can scarcely realize; how
much ho la dependent for safety upon
tho engliiocr. Added la tho rcspotisi
bllltyiif their station, engineers nro
also In constant danger of accidents
caused by llio tiicka of jealous rivals.
This nvalry, it is nnid, sometimes
prompts to tho doing of utterly mean
tricks. A Nicklo Plate rnglnecr after
his very first trip was laid off becauso
ho had "cut out' all tho bearings of
Ills engine, llo was re-ltisUtcd, how
ever, after !io pioved that somo rival
hail filled his oiling can with emery.
Another now engineer was suspended
for burning out thu lines of his boiler.
Through grief at tho loss of his position
ho died, and then a coiiscionco-strickcu
rival confessed that he had put oil in
tho tank so that it foamed and 'showed
water nt tho top gauge, when in reality
thoro was scauoly a quart in tho boil
Theso intense jealousies, together
with tho tcrriblo anxiety incident to
thoir work, has a tcrriblo straining eff
ect on tho nerve, and statistics tell us
that, though Locomotive Engineers
may look sliong and vigorous, they
arc not at nil n healthy class. Ex
Chief Engineer A. S. Hampton, India
napolis, lud., (Div. 113) was ono of
thoso apparently hearty iuod, but ho
says : '"Tho anxiety, strain and jolt
ing camo near finishing mo." His
RUlfcrings localized In catarrh of tho
bladder, but ho used Warner's safe
euro faithfully for twenty weeks and
now exclaims, "I am a well man." T.
S. Ingrahatu, of Cleveland, Ohio, assis
tant Chief engineer, and other promin
ent mombers arc cmphatio in its
Tho Locomotivo Engineers' Brother
hood has 17,000 members and 210
divisions. Its headquarters is in
Cleveland, Ohio, whero Chiof Engin
eer Arthur for twenty years has exer
cised almost dictorial sway. It was
organized in August, 1863, by tho em
ployees of tho Michigan Central. It
has given nearly two million of dollars
to tho widows and orphans of deceas
What Ohanges Have Been Made
A Iinini'' STATEMENT OF Till. CHANGES
MADE IN THE l'MIMO 8EHVICE 11V
Washington Dispatch in tbo Kew York star.
In tho Stqto Department changes
havo been made in nearly all of tho
important foreign missions and Con
stilships. Changes havo been agreed
upon in nearly ono hundred more
cases, and by tho closo of tho year
but few of tho old appointees will re
main in tho Consular service. In tho
War and Navy Departments tho pat
roncgo is small and but few changes
havo been mado. In the Department
of Justico fully one-half of tho Marsh
als 'and'listncr Attomcvs have been
chanced. Tho showing in 'tho Treas
nry Department is exceptionally grati
fying. There aro two Assistant Secre
taries, and ono is newly appointed,
Thcro aro eight chief clerks, and two
aro ot recent appointment, I wo
Comptrollers aro new appointees, and
of thirteen other heads of bureaus sov-
en art- newly appointed. Out of
seventy-scyen chiefs of divisions tbir
teen aro, newly appointed. Of, ono
liuntlre.drncd httcen Collectors oi Cus
toms thirty-six aro now men. Then
como in order thrco Naval Officers, ten
Surveyors of Customs, nvo Inspectors
of Steam Vessels and seventy-livo
Collectors of Internal Revenue, each
ono of whom has at least sixty places
under him. Laborers to the number
of ono hundred and fifty havo been
In tho Post Oflico Department 523
Presidential Postmasters and 7,700
fourth-class Postmasters havo been
appointed. Eight hundred clerks out
ot -tjUUU. in tho railway mail servico
aro new men, and so aro fully one-half
ot the chiefs of bureaus. In tho Inter
ior Department consolidations aro in
progress for tho good of tho servico.
15ut many changes have been mado in
tho Patent Ollico. There aro twenty
eight divisions, and twenty-six of these
divisions requiro trained men of scien
lilio research at their head. Tho chiefs
of tho other two divisions are now men
Besides theso thero havo been appoint
ed in this ollico one clerk, hvo model
attendants, four skilled laborers and
twcnty.soven unskilled laborers. In
tho Pension Bureau, of tho 805 special
examiners, one-fourth havo been ap
pointed tt'mco March 4, and of tho 2,
000 medical examiners 1,300 nro Demo-
crats. A number of other changes
hava been mado in this bureau. In
the ollico of Indian Affairs, of tho sixty
Indian agents, seventeen ate newly ap
pointed, and tlicso have in turn filled
several hundred places under thtm
with new men. Changes in tho Land
Ullico navo been important and others
aro to ioiiow.
An Asphalt Lake.
A correspondent says ho never looks
at an asphalt pavement or rolls along
over its smooth surlaco m a carriage
without thinking of tho curious island
and tho still more (angular placo lrom
which the material is procured. In
about tho center of tho island of Trim
dad, n dot in the Carribbean sea, just
off tho coa9t of Venezuela, thcro is an
asphalt lake. It is said to cover about
ono hundred ncrrs, and is apparently
inexhaustible. It Is n black sandy
substance and is believed to bo crude
rotten petroleum. A singular featuro
of tho substance is that, although about
iO.OOO tons aro taken out of (his Jako
annually, it constantly fills up so that
thero is no lessening of the supply.
This singular lako of paving material
U owued by tho Venezuelan govern
ment, but leased by a company m
Washington. Tlit-y have a licet of
schooners tunning to Trinidad, and,
having a monopoly of tho business,
they import vast quanltics ot tho malo
"How many people,'1 inquired a Buf
falo philosopher, "heuin icadiup; their
daily newspaper nt tho beginning ?''
Tho result fxcited considerable discus
nion. Tho result of a comparison of
ideas and experiences on thu subject
was that quite as many people opened
their dailies and began at tho iniddlo
of tho last pago as theio were rcadcis
who started nt tho beginning of a page.
Said a participant in tho discussion ;
"If you observe n dozen men who tako
up newspapers you will hardly find two
who begiirto read nt the same place.
(io into a lcstauraiit, u hotel ollico, or
a club room, aud mako n few notes on
thu methods of newspaper perusal."
Thcro is a movement among tho
prominent educators of Northampton,
Carbon and Monroe o-mnties for the
rstnblislimcnt of u Ktnto Normal in the
Fourth dibtrict, which Is composed, in
additjon to tho counties named, of
Luzerne, Piko mid Way no couutie. j
Bob Toombs Dying'
THE UNItlXONSTIUJCTF.I) CONIKilKlUTi:
SLOWLY l'ABSINO AWAY.
General Bob Tombs is dying nt his
homo in Washington, Georgia. His
mind Is seriously affected and absolute
ly void as regard curtain topics. His
imagination carries him back twenty
years, and ho cannot bo convinced that
ho is nt home, but ho boliovos himself
to bo in cither New York, ltlohmor.d,
Montgomery, or Boston, or else traol
ing tho old court circuit of his disttict
which ho covered forty years ngo.
Ho makes eloquent nrgiiincnts bo
foro visionary bars, and during tho
week entered Into an elaborate dis
courso to provo that West Virginia
was responsible for her sharo of Vlr
plnia's bonded debt. Ho sometimes
imagines himself in tho nrmy. Ho
awoKO ono night during tho present
week and asked to bo raised from his
bed, as "tho enemy were coming." IIo
then re-led his chargo at Antlctain and
naked to bo laid down again, as "tho
fight had finished."
He has asked tho question several
times, "Who Is It Hint is taking tho
troublo to movo his furniture nil over
tho United States, as ho finds tho samo
furh'tturo in his room in every town in
which ho stops." IIo knows his con
dition and wants to die. IIo wanted
to dio ever since his wifo passed nway
thrco years ago. His physicians havo
given up all bopo and say that his
death may bo looked for at any time.
Suing Oolonel M'Olnre.
EDITOU COON OF WIl.KES-IIAKIti:, SEEKS
UEVENOE FOR. Il.l.LK(lEl) I.IIU'.I..
J. C. Coon, editor and proprietor of
the Wilkes-Barro Nccs-l)ealtr, has bo
gun proceedings in criminal and civil
libel suits against Colonol A. K. Me
Clure,editor of tho Philadelphia Times.
Tho articlo complained of appeared in
tho Times of Thursday, May 21, ns a
dispatch from Washington relating to
tho visit of Coon and some friends to
tho capitol in relation to the post-office
appointment at Wilkesbarro. In the
dispatch it was stated that Coon had
served a term in jail for conspiracy
The Times says that at tho urgent
request of Mr. Coon no further allusion
was mado by it to his record. It then
gives a synopsis of tho record as it
stands in Luzerne county, and promises
Mr. Coon that a speedy trial will bo
given him. Wo aro of tho opinion
that tho Coon will bo treed before ho
gets through with theso lawsirts. Tho
Times is n tough one to tackle on a
Over one million boxes of Acker's
Dyspepsia Tablets sold in tho past
twelvo months, purely upon their
merits. Why suffer with Chronic Con
stipation, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach,
Sick Headache, Heartburn, and Female
Troubles, when J. II. Mercer oflierB
you relief and positivo cure in tho
.Dyspepsia! ablets. 11c sells them on
Thero aro scores of persons who are
sintering trom some lorni ot blood dis
order or skin disease, such as Scrofula,
Boils, etc., etc. After a practical test,
J. II. Mercer asserts that Acker's Blood
Elixir will certainly euro all such dis
eases, including Syphillis and Rheuma
tism. It is net a patent nostrum, but a
scientific preparation, he guarantees it.
After a thorough test J. II. Mercer
most positively asserts that Acker's
English Remedy is tho best medicine
for Asthma, Croup, Coughs, Whoop
ing Couch, and nil Lunrf Troubles that
can bo found. Ask him about it, for
1,0 tuny guarantees it.
Only Ti-i'jpenuicu Hitters Known,
IIJ1I1 JJ U.A.IL J J.P.I
. 1 Horitiod I c I no known to effectually purges
million, bear tcnllmoiiy to IU wonderful
It li. u iHirrly Vcsrotnble rreparotlon, iwiilo
'Oil! t 10 UutlVM lu-rt.i. nnr .....la nf K.llf......l ....
medicinal jro-jertlc of UIUi are extracted tLero
....... ...tuuu. .no uro Ul it IIUI1UI,
I remove llio cause of cUkhbc, anil tho
(MUentnmirrn hl lirattli.
,'.,t' K'O" IHood Purlfler andlJfo
tiring I'rlnclplui (leiitlu l'urgaUto uud Tonic: a
fwrfect Kenowitor ami lmlgoriitur of tho dyntc'm.
Never Ixifore in tho liUtory of tha world Iish a medicine
hora cumtiotiiuled ixwaunaliij; tho liowerof ViNtojn
lliTTEns In liculliij! tho. nick of every dlseaao uiau la
heir to. '
Tlio Allerntlve, Aperient, Diaphoretic, Car
mlnatlvo, Nnlritloua, Laiatlve, Sedative. Conntcr
Irrltuut, Midorltlc, Antl-MHoim. Rohvul, Diuretic and
loulc proiertle of Vineoaii Hittkiu czwed thoso
of any other medicine. In tho world.
No iiorxou eau tulto tho jiitteiu according lo
directions and remain Ioiijj unwell, provided their
bonca aro not tlctstroyed hy mineral tulnon or other
means, and tho vital orgaua wasted beyond tho mint
of reimir. 1
lljllotm, Itomlltoiit, Intermittent and Ma
larial revi-n aro prevalent throughout tho United
btatca, particularly In tho all-a uf our creat rlrera
and their Mitt tributaries during tho Bummer and
Autumn, eepecially during eeaaona of uuuaual heat
'llieao l'evers aro Invariably accompanied by
citenalvo dcranirementa of tho atomiuh. liver and
bowela. In their treatment, n puruutUe, vxt-rtlnic a
powerful lnftuunco upon thoao organa, la absolutely
Tliero i no rnllmrtlc for tho purposo canal
to Dr. J, Wiumi'a Vinkuau IIittbiu. ub It will
i-peedHy rcnioio tho darlt-colored llacld matter with
which tlio bowela aro loaded, at llio nun tlmo atlmn.
latlng tho aetretloin of tho liver, aud generally
restoring tho healtliy funttlona of tho illgeatho
, ri;'r.','fr ,U.. h.Pay BIt tUwaHi ljy pnrlfylnsr
all Ita flulda with Viniuih Uittiiu. No euldeinle
can taVo hold of a aynteiii thus forearmed.
It luvlifiirnltiK thu Ntuiiincli and itlmu-
IUm tho .turpid IJver and llowela, cleansing tlio
blood of aU iiupurltle, Imparting Ufa and vigor to
tbo frame, and carrying off without tho uld of
Calomel, or other tnlncruU, aU iiolaonoua matter
from tbo syatem. It la toay of admiiuatraUon,
prompt In action, and certain In Its result.
ll pi ilu or I inllgeKlliiii, Headache, rain
In Uie frhouldera. Coughs, Tlghtnesa of tho Chw.t,
l"ueumonla, Wzitlnean, Ilud Taste lu tbo Jloulh.
lllilom Attacka, ltolpitatlon of tbo lhart, and a,
bundre.1 other painful syinptoma, aro at ouco .ro
Uonxl by ViKtaiji IIittiuu.
I'or lliiiiiiuulory and Chronic IlUouma
tiam, Oout, Neuralgia, Ulseosea of tho lllood. I-Iver.
Kidneys and llladder. tbo Hitters havo no equal.
In thcar, us In ulloonaUtutlonul Klacaaea, Wintu'a
VtNEOin Hmtns baa ahou Ita gieut curutho
lwera In the moat obatlnaU) and lnUuclablo
Jili'clinulrnl HUcn.o-rereona engaged In
Valuta and Alluerala, eueti aa Plumbers, I'ypo-MrlU-ra,
(lold-beatera, and Miners, as they ailvanco
la life, are subject to I'uralyala of tbo llowela.
To guard against this, toko occasional doses of
Ml hi UUi-ut.es. Fcrofulo, Bait nheum. Ulopri,
Rwelllngs, llmph-B, l"ustules, Jloila, Cnrliunelea,
lUng-worma, Keald head, Hora V.ytM, Kryklpt-liu,
Itch, Scurfs, lliscolorations, Humors and dlseastn
of thohklu. of wbatover noma or natum. urnlltr.
aUy dug up auil carried out of tho system In a short
MlfltJ I'J ilia USU UI II1U illlUTH.
1'lu, Tupouud oilier Worms, lurking la
tbo svstein of so manv tbowuinda. aro rrrivtmillv
dostroyuit and removetl. No system of uillcine,
no vermifuges, no anthelmintic, will frvo tho
system from worms like Vinkuu lirrrtiis.
Jtlcnslrs, Neurli t I'ever, Jluunw, Whooping
Cough, and all children's diseases may bo niailu
lo&4bovcro by keeping tbo bowels open with mild
doses of tho miters. This wonderful remedy Is
esjuicLUIy adapted to the systems of children, for
purifying herlsi alono glvo it Its retiuu-kublo cura
tlva nowers. It contalus no alcohol, onlum or
J'ur I'einalo roniplulllls. In young or old,
hiarrltsl or singlo, at tho dawn of womanhood, or
tlio lurti of JJfe, this IlitU-rs lias uo oiual.
('lennso I It it Vltluteil lllood when Its lm-
Ruiitles burst throiigb tbo skin In Eruptions or
ores; cleanse It when obstnu7teil and sluggish In
tho veins; cleanse, it when ft is foult your feelings
v 111 tell you when, and tho health of tho skstau wUl
In 1'oncltisloiii fltro tho Hitters a trial. It
will 4k for Itself. Ono lsittlo Is it better guar
auusj of Ita inorlU than n lengthy oiUertiM-mout.
AroiiiKleai li uoiiivarvriuimrvcuutrspiinuu
lu dUfertnl laoguagia.
Il II. Utt'IIonnlil Kriltf C Vroprlelori,
Baa Vrsuclsiu, Pal , au-1 l'j,Luk L'rj Wasnlugtou lit.,
Cvr. Cbarltou bL, New ork,
Sold by nil Hculcrs and Druggists.'
I) DRATirY BIS' WIPD.
A (1001) 1IKA80N FOU HArriNESS.
"For ma.hr -rr-nni t hAd Buffered from a pom-
plaint which tho physicians call (travel. 1 had
employed somo of tho most noted doctors without
obtaining any permanent relict, and tor a long
t Imo my enso was regarded as hopeless. All who
khewmy circumstances said I must die. Finally
my wlfo Induced me to try abotllo of Dr. Ken
nedy's 'Kavorlta Itcmcdy,' which she had some
whero hoard of or wen mUertlned. Without llio
slightest tnllh In It, but notcly to gratify her, I
hdught n botllo ot n drtiggM In our lllngo. t
used that nnd twoortlireo bottles more, and -to
make a long story short I am now nt healthy a
man as there Is In, tho country.
''Wnoo then I havo recommended 'Favorlto
llemedy' to othere wliom lkncw to havo surfercd
from kldnoy nnfl liver complaints! nnd I assure tlio
public that the Favorite llemedy1 has dono Its
work with a similar completeness in every single
lnstanco, and I trust somo other sick and discour
aged mortal may hear of Hand try tho 'Favorlto
llemedy,' as I did"-Washington Monroe, Catskllt,
Iwt ur a foolish rHKJomcK ngnlnst popular
medicines si and botween you and tho health of
your wife, child or baby. If Is always right lo
ndvortlso a blessing. , )r. Kennedy's "I'avorlto
Ih-mody" Is , n blessing. It has saved thous.tndi,
and it will help you. If you nroslck from troubles
of I ho kidneys, bow els, liver and blood, spend ono
dollar for this king of medicines.
HELLER'S MM BIE91
an Aitsoi.i'Ti: cum: rem
fElini moft rtubliuTii cacn ylcM rcu.lHy to It
I and liin tint f.iilotl In Citrc n dlnrlo cno
A- whero JlruclU'innro fiitlmtttl, luacccai
has lieoii ri'inai knlilotiti'l ltJtcnrt-ivomlcr.
fuJ. It H thu iio-tim'fpnil iri'ii'iratlou hi tho
mnrkrt for (JAVAUHI1 nnj llm only ono tlmt
proii.Ic mi AlMiilutr. l'oItlvn Cure. It I
truly ii 1k'jln;c to in.inklinl. A Trlitl In nil
Unit U atUiil Titr Its Ufico 3(.M, It Is Mvwiyi
roooiniiiciulol, Se.nl fur tt'tlntoiitaU of actual
IT it as so xgtfAL you
A POSITIVE CURR IS ASSCRED.
Ono Initio U Koncr.illy rulllclcnt for a cure. Stop
Ukln UuInlnCa A trial only Is diked fur Kkl
ticii'H t'ATAiimi Hkmkhy. H U a HTKCIFIC
for all ill"c'ni'.nrllij fumi ait lmiurotlootl nnj
ilrlvtM al eruhtfonalruui tlio rklu, l-'ur iSyithl
Utlc complaints It is enTor to any . reparation
In llio luarUct. Ono hottlo will euro nio-t oftlto
foIlowliiK complalnti nml a continued uo will
rosiTiVi.LV euro, b.ivo iloctor bills and try It.
LOSS Or APPETITE.
EKELIXG OF LAlVdOUU.
Ki.u.lk'h Cat a unit JiuMiaiv Is no patent
iiuil.i-liu luit it !.ifo aiul plciimmt pnjmratlon
t.i take iind 'tircly tlio jrn'iitOHt medical iIIfcov-i-ry
of llio i(c. Ono 1'uttln rojuvcimtr-t thocntlro
.-tiul and p." cfHiM moro vlrluo than a half
.Io70ii bullion of onllimry pnlont preparatloaa,
Wiiie for ti'i'llirniiilaU aiul utlicr liirormation.
i;-rortiilo hy tlruirlin KPi'rnlty.
l'lticK m.iio A j.ottm;. six IIOT
im:s rou ftt.n.oo. on receipt or k.i.oo by
tin lutuiur.vctuier', Sami'hi. 1. Kkllku & Co.,
tlirri dnir, l'a., nix bottled will bo ?ent oxprcaa
An Old Soldier's
" Calvert, Texas,
Jlay 3, 1882.
" I wish to express my appreciation of tlio
valuablo qualities of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
as a cough remedy.
" Whllo with Churchill's army, just beforo
tho battlo of Vicksburg, I contracted a so
vcro cold, which terminated in a dAugcrous
rouelu I found no tellef till on our march
wo came to a country fctoro, whore, on asking
for somo remedy, I was urged to try A YfcU'a
"I did eo, and was rapidly cured. Slnco
then I haro kept thel'KCTOUALcuiMtantly hy
mo, for family mo, and I havo found It to 1hi
anlnvaluablo rciutJy for throat nnd luni;
dlsousas. J, W. Wiiuluv."
Tliousands of tfntlmonl.ils certify to tho
prompt euro of all broiulil.il nnd Iiiiik
ulTectlnns, by tho uso of Avi:n's Ciiruur
l'Ecroit.i I. Uclng very piUtablo, tho young
est children tako it readily.
Bold by nil DrugslsU.
FIELD-GLASSES, MAGIC LANTERNS.
Urnwlnu lualmnientt, 1'bllasopblrnl und
,. , t.'uemlral Alipiirnlua.
List and Dujcriiitl, of uur Ten Uitakuo. nut
QUEEN & CO0
924 Chestnut St.
7 ? r.njn tV 'I
MOTIIKUS. will' wl;l von enntlmm rvi unirn nn,i
strugk'lo to Ixjar up timler your ntlllcllnni wll-'ii n
kw lui-Kanroiir nr. Kilmer's t'liMI'l.urit VKMAI.Ii
HI2HKI11 Ia warnnteJ tn iiir.iiini ait vn.
IP YOU llAVO I'retbra. Irrllntlnn. Inn imin-illnn
ui uivt-iuiiuu, ur vaviirril Ol llio ll'UUiier Ur. Kll.
mer-sHWAMlMttxirwlllsou ndly heul iou. Ask
jour drutf ylst lor lu inc.,11,
IF YI1IJ can't llo on Iddn. nr hnvt tn h latn.-,l
Ull lu bed. or llvn beon nvi-r.tienl.vl liv hnn,i,ni'.
or other causu -lr, Kilmer's dc;kas Wi;ui) u
,uui ujn (imiuj, lit Ul,jlUJ DUll lb, ,
IF YOl'lt children havo f-rniin. nr U'linniiim.
CouL'h-Dr. Kilmer's INDIAN L'tiNSPMI'imMnr.
.'1 .11 .-.,.101' .III-1 MIX II 1 1,
Ask your druggist for It.
KltlKIIU M-IIV IUIII.I.
IC, SOO., II,
Cur, Chi-.lnut nnd i:lhlli Ms.
Ilrcelvi) Ailn rll. i nn nt. for th.j rutr,
ESTIMATES at Lowest Cash Rates FREE
iWr" AVER & SON'S MANUAL
Wo do not nntlcijmlo riny clmiico of
iiORi muster nt tins pinco, iJ.mici mc
llcnry, Ksq., who lifts bcrn tho ofliclnl
for n long timo holds llio position no
matter whether tlio ntlmlnistrntlon Is
ronublloan or democratic. Mr. Mo
llcnry Is a etnunch democrat.
0. E. Frit., llio photographer, who
held forth nt tins plnco for Bovcrm
weeks, hns removed his gnllcry to
Uontoti whero ho will remain during
llio coming fair to ncrtomodnto nil who
may dcalro anything in his line. Mr.
Frits: Is a gentlemanly, elliciont artist,
T. II. lidgnr, llio popular proprietor
of llio Stillwater plaiting mill, a fow
days slnco piucliascd of J. J. MoIIcnry
ol "llcnton, overtwo hundred thousand
feet of excellent lumbor. Hardy never
loej business by halves, and ho is now
well prepared to furnish his pnlrons
with anything in tho lino of planing
O, C. llclshllno hns been nppointcd
n member of tlio Herwick polioo force.
John 1'. Creasy is worklni: tho
r o.-ul s in our vicinity. IIo is making
preparations to build four stouo bridg
es, arch, between town .and Edgar's
planing mill. A much needed im
O. I). Ilngcnbuch is ccUinc ready
lo erect n now iuo-houso and wood
If a now onnaus were lo bo taken nt
this place, it would Iind llio population
of our town increased by one. This
timo.it is n daughter nt Oscar 1).
Pennsylvania Stato Talr NoToUles ExhlM-
tioa-Excursion Bates and Special
Tlio grounds of tho Ptnnsylvat'ia
Slnto Agiiciilturnl Society, at German,
town Junction, 1'hilndclphin, were
opened to the publio on tho 23d, nnd
tho exhibition is tho best over hold
under tho auspices. Tlio snaco for
display has been largely increased, tho
nccomoilattons ol all kintls improved,
nnd arrnngemciils mndo for special ex
hibitions aud races that nro sure to bo
attractive. Tho departments nro nil
Allied, and exhibits both from homo
and abroad form n collection ot unsur
passed excellence. Tlio livo Block do
partmunt is particularly notable, as it
contains somo of thu most famous
hotses indciitificd with tho American
turf. Entries for the r.uos promise
lino sport, and llio dog show has rep
resentatives of tho choicest breeds of
the world. The display of flowers und
fruits is larger than over before
and llio ladies depaitmcnts unusually
Tho Novelties Exhibition is well
under way. Tho largo buildings nro
filled with all descriptions of machines,
novel exhibitions of iiinuuiprablo kinds,
and special displays of curious and in
teresting objects. No better opportun
ity to study tho progress of industrial
science and mechanics could bo enjoy
ed, nor does any other exhibition afford
so much that is interesting and instruc
tive to tho general visitor. After
noons and evenings aro cliver.cd by
For tho benefit of visitors to tho two
attractions tho Pennsylvania Railroad
Company aro selling excursion tickets
at redncod rates.Spet ial trains aro
also being run from different portions
of their torritory, lor particulars of
which tlio public aro advised to con
sult llio advertising bills nnd tho
agents of tbo company.
HOMi: KMIIAKllASlKtl (JUl'.STIONS TO UK
ANbWEltl'.P imilHlt OATH.
The net of tho Legislature relating
to marriage licenses went into tfloct
on October 1. It provides that no
person within this Commonwealth
shall bo joined in niarringo unlit a
license shall havo beon obtained from
the Clerk of tho Orphan's Court in tho
county whero tho marriage is perform
ed, and that the Clerk shall inquire of
theparty applying for marriagu liccnso
on oath or nilirmatioii lolative to the
legality of tho contemplated marriage,
and if thero shall bo uo legal impedi
ment then ho shall grant such license,
and if any of tho porsonsintending to
marry shall bo under twenty.one yeais
of age tho consent of their parents or
guardians shall bo personally given bi
fore tho Clerk or 'lertilled under tho
hand of the parent or guardian, attest
ed by two adult witnesses. Thosigna
turu of tlio parent or guardian shall be
propel ly acknowledged beloro a JNo
larv Public or other officer competent
uudor tho law to receive tlio acknowl
It is required to givo tho date of
birth of tho man and woman, their
residences and their occupations,
whether thoy are related by lilootl or
marriage, whether thoy havo been
married before, if so, how llio marriago
Was dissolved, and if desolvcu by ill-
vorco when, whero nnd on what
;;i otitis tho divorce was obtained, and
that thcro is uo reason why tho mar
riago may not bo lawfully made. Tho
license will havo appended to it two
ceitilicates numbered to cornsdond
with tho liccnsu (one marked original
and ono marked duplicate) and tho
ccrtilicato marked original shall by tho
pel son solemnizing tho marriago be
given to tho persons married, and the
ccrtilicato marked dtipllcato shall bo
returned to thu Clerk of tho Court
within thirty days aflcr the soleinuiv!
ing of tho marriago. Two forms of
licenses will bo issued, ono directed to
nny minister of tho Gospel, Justico of
the Pence or other olhcer or person
nuUiori.'ju by law to solemnize mar
riage, nnd tho other to persons who in
tend solemnizing their marriago them
selves in tho presenco of witnesses.
The feo for the license is lify cents and
when tho consent of tho parent or
guardian is required fifty centB nddl
tiuti.it will bo charged for filing tho
Batno. lllank forms of affidavit of np
pliennt for marriago liccnso and con
sent of parent or guardian can bo had
on application at tlio ollico of tho Clerk
or the Orphan s Uourt.
Professor Rialt, tho Italian chemist
lias brought torward n now kind oi
thormo-ehomicnl battery, In which tho
nrml iint inn nf llieV'lirreiil results frnm
tho difference of temperature of two
layers ot strata lying at diiit-reni levels
in a vessel filled with liquid. This cell
consists of a wooden box or vessel, tra
versed by two ooiiper pipes, placed
tho ono over (ho oilier, and separated
by a distnuco equal to nbont half tho
height of tho vessel, Ihn laltor being
lilli., I u-lili n solution of thu stiliilinln
nf viini.r. A current of steam n.isxpu
through tho upper tube, and n current
of cohl wnter in tho lower, with tho
effect that copper is deposited on tho
latter, while tho snbstanco of thu form-
r Is reduced. Hy changing, from
limn In tlimi tlin tilL-dtim! nf tlin llllii-i..
equilibrium is established. Tho bat
tery Is said to woru well nml not to
C VUTDTflTJTC . "it or bud f nito in months
tJ I MIST X W1U.U tongue- coiited v. hllo or cov
Willi n brown fur; jrnln In tlio hack, shies, or Joints
often mistaken for rheumatism! souk stomachs
lass ok ai'1'ktit; sometimes nnusen nml water
lirash, nr lmllifcstlon; llntulency unci nrld eructa
tions, tioivels iilternntcly costlvo nml lnxj iikai
aciik! lo-isot memory, Willi a pnlnnil w-nullnn of
hnvlnir fnlleil to do so i-cthlnir which onu lit to havo
u-cii done; iikdii.itv; low spirits: ti tttlck, vei.i-ow
nppcarnneo ot tho skin nnd ejess n dry rnuirli;
fever, restlessness! tho urine I scanty nnd hlxh
colored, nnd, If allowed to stand, dcposlti ft will.
Is generally used In tho South to arouso tlio torpid
I her tn n healthy net Ion.
IT ACTS WITH KXTHAOltniMAttV KFFICACT OS T11R
Afl !II-'I'ni!TttAt. HI'Kt'tl'lf! l'fltl
SICK I1KAIIACI1K, JAt'NDtCB,
MINTAh DirRBSION. nnwKf.muet.AtNTS.
I.TC, KTC, KTC
Kndorsed by tho uso of 7 'millions of bottles, ns
The Best Family Medicine
Kor children, for rulults, nnd for tho nged.
SHE TO THE I ASV (dUMTIO.I IIF TlIK kSTl I
J. H. ZE1LIN & CO.,
Boi.nritoritiBTOKS, l'UII.ADKU'llIA, l'A,
A K Xt V.- ts B.- -SkT i a
Our renders for IS rents In postnge stnmps to
pay for mailing nnd wrapping nml names of
two book agents, will rectivu l'UKK ft Steel
Finish I'nrior Kn-'mvlni or nlinur I'Iiini.
0KN1S, li eluding Cleveland, size 2-i.vJS Inch,
Address Eider Pub. Co.,Clricago, III.
RAILROAD TZIMCB TABLE.
QELA.WAHE, LACKAWANNA AND
a.m. iuii. p,
....Scranton.... 6 io u 15 2
Iiellevuo.... o is u 20 s
...Tiiylorvuio...! o 20 u 20 s
,. Lackawanna.., 0 27 u 31 2
l'lttston ! t) 31 S 41 2
..West l'lttston.' c 40 a 41 2
....Wyoming.... ti 15 U 52 2
. . ..Mnlluy S 49 a M 2
p.m. p.m. n.m
v ui i .1 1
S CI Vi '.'li
S 4S 12 !
S 411 1-! 15
S Ul I'J US
8 W 12 III
8 22 II :n
8 li 11 W
S 12 It M
8 IIS 11 47
8 OS II 41
....Kingston.... it 5S iui-52
Plymouth June 7 u2 10 102
S Ul 11 42
7 611 11 as
7 54 11 -II
...rumouin..,, 7 or lu ns
...Avondalu. .' 7 12 10 20 3
...Nnntlcoko... 7 la to ".t.-t
W 11 -TO
7 41 11 2.1
7 Ml 11 12
llunlook'3 Creek 7 2-1 10 k2 3
IS 11 Ul
11 10 51
03 10 41
..MiicKsninny.. 7 37 10 413
..Hick's l'erry.,1 7 50 n n 3
7 57 1 1 II-, 3
S 01 11 114
8 10 II 20 4
0 58 10 41
G 51 10 as
ti 50 10 .11
0 42 1C 27
6 30 10 21
8 SO 10 111
8 14 11 23 4
8 18 II 294
...Ulooinsburg...1 8 30 11 44 4
S 25 11 34 I
.... Ulipcrt 8 311 II 50 I
3 10 11
0 OS 0 50
0 55 II 45
5 40 9 32
uamwru imago 8 41 n 514
. ..unnvlllo.... S5S12 135
....Cameron.... 9 OS 12 25 5
Northumberland 9 23 12 40 5
I a.m. u.m. p,
W. P. IIALSTEAD, Supt.
ortlco, Scranton, f'cb.lst,13J
Philadelphia & Erie R. R. Divis
ion, and Northern Central
In effect AUtT. 30tll. ISSS. Trntna Ir-nvn Sim.
'.1.41a.m.. Sea Hhoro Ktnress M.illv evrent
Sunday), for llarrlsburg and Interuiedlatestntions,
arriving at Philadelphia 3.15 n. in.- Now Vurk
B.20P. m. j Baltimore, 4.40 p. in. ; Washliigton,
o.oop. in., couuectiug ni i-iiitaueiphU for alt Sea
Shorn points. TUtougU passenger coach to
N J. 40 n. m. 11.1V nrnn-h.
dally except Sundart.for llurrlsburg nnd Intertno-
umiu biiiiiuiin, in li, lug 1 u 1 1 a U 1 p II 1 a
(1.50 p. in. ; New Voik, u.35 i. m. j Ualtiinorv
0.43 p.m.; Washington, s.nop. m. Parlor ear
through to Philadelphia nnd passenger coaches
through to Philadelphia and llaltln.oiu.
s,U5 p. tu. Wllll.itnsport Accoiiimodatlou (dally,
for llarrlhburg nnd nil lutcruiedlato stations, at rlv
lug at l'hlladelplila 4 25 a. in. ; New York 7.UI f.. in
Ualtlmore, 5.251.111.: Washington c.30n. 111.:
Sleeping car accommodations can bo secured at
llatilsburgforl'hlliuleliihSaundNew Vork. ouSuti.
days alhiuugh sleeping cjr will boiun-,on this
iiuiu iiuui iiiuaiii3i 1 iu 1 iinau(.-ipiiia.riiiiaueipnia
passengers can remain In sleeper undlstui bed until
7 a. m.
2.33 a. m. Krlo Mall (dally except Monday,
for Uarrlsburg and Intermedlato stations,
arriving nt Philadelphia 8 25 a. in. New Yuifc.
11.30 a. in. ; lUltlinoro 8.15 n. tn. ; Washington, 9.23
turn, 'llirougli I'ulliiiun sleeping cursuro run on
Luis iniiu lu rnuauA-iiniia, iiaitiinoro ana wastung,
ton, and llirougli passenger coaches to l'lilladel
phla aud Ualtlmore.
5.20 ft. in. Krlo Mall (dally except Sunday), foi
Krlo und ull Intermedlato stations nml i.-uimmtnt.
Kua and Intermediate stations, Itochester, Hum
iuand Niagara l-'u!ls, with tlnougli Puiiuiaii 1'al-
iicu curs uuu tiasaengcr cuaeues 10 line mill ltoch
ester. V.63 Nows txpreas (dally except Sunday) for
U11U .lll..llllVl.aiV oi-iLiuua.
1.03 p. 111. Niagara llxpress (dally except Sun,
day) fur Kane and Intermedlato stai tons nml i-in.
nnd-Ugua uud principal Intermedlato sutluus,
lcochesier, liuftalu and Niagara Palls with
thruugh passcuger co.xclie to Kauo nnd Itochester
and Parlor car to Watklns.
5.30 p. m. l-'asl I.lno (dally except Sundayjfor 11c-
uuvu uuu iuit:iuieuiaLU SLllLluus, uuu Jviunra, WUt-
kins and I11terln1.sll.1tu stations, with through p.ls
serger coaches lo Itcuovo uud u'ulklns.
v.2u a. 111. sunuay mall (or Itenovo aud interme
THItOUOIl TltAINS F01ISUN1IUHY FltOM Tllli
L.iai .vriii auu i 11.
Sunday mall le.nes Ph Ituli-i 11I1I.1 j so n tn
Uarrlsburg J.iu artniugal .sunhury 9.20 n. in. with
iiiiuuxu sleeping car iiuui I'uitaucipuia 10 Wll
UutnHport. Nuws Uxnress leaven I'Utt.ulelntim a -411 n
Uarrlsburg, s.ln a. m. dally uxcepi tjundai
arriving ut Suubury U.M. u. in.
, , 1 k. - , N;agara llxpress leaves
miiiui-iifuitt, ,,su n. 111. , D.iiiuuure u. in. many
except bunday arriving ut suubury, 1.115 p. 111..
witn mrougii I'urlor car lrom Philadelphia
nnd through passenger coaches from I'liiUdcl-
liuia uuu iiaililliuic.
l-ast lino leaves New York 9.00 a. m. s l'lilladel
Iilila.lt. Ml a. in. : Woslilnirton. 9.50 n. 111. -unit t
more, 10.45 n. m., (dally except Sunday) arriving ut
j, w, ,., nun IIIIUUU1I pOSSCUgCr
co.vehes from Philadelphia und lialilmoio.
wtufliuiiiBrtiwntiM juri. (vuu 11. 111. ; I'lilliuiet
Dllla. ll.'.M 11. 111. : WilahlllL'ton. Ill Ul n 111 II ill I.
more, 1I.-2U p. in., (dally exceitsaturday) nnlvlng
nt huubury 6.15 n. in.. Willi ilinuM-i. i-mi,, ,n,
bleeping cars from l'liiladelphi.i, Wustilngtou nnd
llaliluiore and ihrougli passeuger coaches frow
HUNiiunv, iiai.i:ton vn,Ki:Hii.Mtiti;
ALAii.iiii.iif rtllUTII .l,ll WilSi'
...... . (Dally except sunuay.)
Wilkesbarro Mall lmives Klltilillrv in.Olln. tn
anlvltignt lllooni Kerry ia62 a,m., Wllkes-barre
v.u l'. lu.
Express Uast leaves Sunbury 5.45 p. in., arriving
..uiwiuiiiij u.oi p. in,, v uKes-uarrti 1,03 p. 111
suubury .Mull leaves Wilkesbarro io.lo n. m. arrlv
lug at liluuin l-'erry 12.es p. in., sunbury 1,10 11. 111
Kxtiress West leaves VI Mk-iw.t! irr., -. 4. i, n
riving at Ulooui l'erry 4.13 p. m.,sunbury 5.10 p.m.
Sunday mall leaves Sunbury u 23 n. m., arriving
at Uloom l-'errv 111. I in. 111. U'llk.-s.n in,. 1 , . ! -. , , ,,,
Sunday neeummoilallun leaves Wllkes-ll.irro 5..10
11.111., urrlv Ing ut lllooni Kerry, 7:oo p. 111., sunbury,
CIIAS. K. l'Udll. J. II. WOOD.
Uen. Manuger. (Jen. Passenger Agent
Obtained nnd nil patent business attended to for
our oillce Is opposite llio U. & Patent Oflico, and
nvi.aiiuuiiiuiiau-iuam ii-aa iiiuu Lliuu lliusu re
mote from Washington,
hen 1 model or draiviiiir. .'n mivtsn nuinrmi-
cntahlllly free of charge, nnd wo nuko uo charge
unless patent Is secured.
We refer here, 10 thu l'ostrnastor, tho Supt. of
i-.u,,j iniKi uuu iu uiuciais ui mo u, n.
l'ateut Onlco. Kur clrculur, ad t leu, terms aud
references to netual clients In your own stntoor
County, wilto tu
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
oaOiiposlto Patent onlco, Washington, D. c.
SELWYN Mil RS'
A llii-ruiivli .n i.ar.il,.rv s, l,,.l (ur Ilv, Van.
Iurl.-.l ii,ii lliu.nujii-r ,iu, iVuyuIiiuy
L. c. BISHOP, lloaii Master, Rendlns, Pa.
auj si B-t
liUKi bLirV ur iiuiiiinlislon iiAltl. nu t rllu It-rn
H. J. BUWDEN & CU., fKSS'V'
XrT w . ink
A Western Governor.
Ill-; DIDN'T UNnr.IlSTANK style.
Ono of tho most popular Governors
of Illinois wns John Koynolds. I.env
ing Tennc-Bsco at nn curly age, ho set
tled in Illinois when it was n Territory,
nnd by his courage nnd skill as an In
dian lighter won tlio tltlo of "Old
llo linti received but rt limited etluori
lion, but his natural abilities, generous
Impulses nnd honest dealings gnvo him
such jtopulrti Jiy 1tt.1t tin.' poojifo Hindu
him 11 Jtiilge, :t iiii iiilii'i' (If tJiingnss
nnd Govuriior ol tlio Stnto. Hut in
cveiy nation hownsalwnys "Jnek Hoy
noMs:' Whllo ho wn anirniberof Congress,
Mr. D.tiby, of St. Louis, who tells tho
nmcdote, called upon him at tliC Onpi
tol. "Well. Governor," s.iid Darby, "how
do you liku lifu in Washington us inuii-,
p.iicd with lifo ut your hoinu in llollo
villor 'Mr. Darliy, it don't suit me, silting'
around hero on thtsc line, silk-cushion-cd
chairs ; I don't feel nt homo ns I do
at liclluvillo, mitiug 011 tho logs nnd
fencu rails with the bovs nnd whillling
When tho Stato of Illinois determin
ed to build railroads, it sent Govarnor
Hoynolds ns a commissioner to Kuropo
to ncgotinto its bonds. Tho liritish
Minister nt Washington gnvo him let
ters of Introduction to several noble
men in London. Mr. Darby tells, with
out vouching the truth, thu following
story of the Governor's first introduc
tion to tho English nristocracy, Illus
trating tho ignornnco nnd tho lack of
polish which until to bo regarded ns
t'vidence of American superiority.
As soon as ho arrived in London ho
called on n nobleman, who happened
not to bo nt home, and left his card
and letter of introduction. In tho courso
of .1 few hours a uoto camo ironi tho
nobleman, expressing rogrct nt not
meeting Governor Reynolds, and in
citing him to dine tlio next day. Tho
noto also stales that thu nobleman's
carriage would bo at tho Governor's
residence a few minutes beforo tho ap
pointed hour. When the carriage w:.s
announced the Governor came down to
find a splendid equipage, with coach
men and footmen dressed in livery.
"How aro you. gentlemen t How nro
you f Which of yon is tho Dukot"
nsked tho Western Governor.
"His Grace is at homo ; wo nro his
servants'ntiswcred ono of tho servants,
surpiiscd at tho salutation.
"Well,'' said his Excellency, "get in,
get into tho carriage."
"No, sir, if you plca9e tho carriago
is for Your Excellency wo rido out
side." "What ! only 0110 man insido and
three of you outsido in tho rnin 1 ' ex
claimed tho "Old Ranger," astonished
at what ho regarded ns tho selfishness
of aristocratic customs so different
from tho freo nnd easy manners of
the Western frontier. Youth's Com-
Gov. Hojt at Ilazleton.
Ex Governor lloyt's speech nt tho
great occasion of the unveiling of tho
Soldiers' Monument nt Ilazleton hns
caused moro discussion than nny speech
delivered in this region for yenrs. Ho
boldly antagonized Senntor "Sherman's
Men of any renewal of sectional strife
and discussed the issue elopuently and
fearlessly. He declared that thu cause
for which tho soldiers had fought wns
wonj that tho entire, country now ac
cepted their victory nnd that tho only
questions remaining weru matters for
the local governments. Mr. Thomas,
of Catnsnuqiin, who is a strong Repub
lican aud a Inrgo inve.-tor in Alabama,
was present and heartily apptoved
lloyt's speech, as did most of tho au
dience of nil parlies. Mr. Thomas said
that Senator Sherman's speeches will
do more to hinder prosperity in tho
South for Noi them capital than any or
all other present causes. Ex-Governor
Cur in's speech heartily indorsed lloyt's
-K'Ulitneu's nnd thu thousands of heroes
ol 1. -iuo who wero picsent general
ly, fipj muled both.
To Prevent Mcu'.d cn Jellies.
Tho lady who asks for a preventive
for mould on jellies will find that it
will bo kept away by following this
rule : Pour pure, molted mutton tal
low on thu top of the jelly, or parafine
will answer this samo purpose." Paper
dipped in any kind of sp'uits, or mois
tened on one side with tho whito of nn
egg will nlso.kcep mould nwny. Jel
lies should not bo kept iu a damp
In tho last volume issued by tho
n r : 1 u . r -
vjcuiogieui survey is uu uceouni 01 a
fiery eruption from ono of tho mud vol
canoes on Chcduba Island. A body
of tlaxno COO feet in circumference is
said to havo at one lime reached an ele
vation of 2,100 feet, petroleum being
Very simple cakes, if ono hns muffin
rings, aro ru iniillins, Two cups of
rye llotir, one half cup of mokissus, 0110
cup of Hour, one egg. Salt to tasto j
add n lililo soda or prepared yeast ;
bake quiekly in imifliu rings.
Several cases of poisoning by tbo
fumes of nitric acid have occurred nt
Ronno and Ilalk'.aud havo excited con
siderable interest. In 0110 instance n
gill who was carrying along thu street
a metal vessel of nitric acid inhaled tho
vapor and died of asphyxia iu twulyu
houis nfiorvvard. In another instance
11 young chemist, who had been work
ing for somo hours with fuming nitric
add, was gradually poisoned, and his
recovery was vi ry tedious.
AI.AIIY Oil COM.IIIHHION.
A TvTfTT'n liiiincul.uUj a lc guml
illi lULI men to canvass for Ihosiln
uf I'rult 'lives, llrape Vines, Hoses, &c.
I'revloiw cxpei leiiconute.-fci-ntl.il.
II. I'. l-'ltlaCMAN Si CO., llllghton, N, V.
T3Tft m?DT?T5 To Intiuduco them
UiU, Ul'lUAT,. wu will give nvvuy
a u Vlnihlhg .Machines. If you want one
am'i us juur inline, i-. ii.aiui oxprvssof,
llec ul once. run NATIONAL CO.,
Jl Dey bt N. V.
Oct, S tvv i
WANTF.n llELIAllLCMUN toi-ell
f"L1 our goods. A full lino
of I'rult nnd ornamental '1'rivs, Shrubs, or.tpo
stole. AImi Introducer nnd hula iii-o'nileio'r uf
-MOOIIK'S DIAMOND drupe. UlieriU terms to
uncut. J. V. I.kL'LAItli, llilghtou, N. V.
wXnted ofj SLIY
KXI'KNSKS l'AIDi-.s.ilosmeii for tho Hooker
Ntuni-iloi Kutnbihheil ts-3. All tho newest nnd
beit hllltMOf fril l, mill iirimi.iruilftl ii.uu uh,u .
send for Tcim-i;
II. K. IIOOKKH COMPANY,
Hocheiiler, N, V,
With llanov er's Tailor System 5 ou can cut Dresses
,u ,,,, umi 111-iiiuiiiuiiH. iiiess-inukerti
iiroiioiiiico It pcircct. PHco lorbystem Uook nnd
A Srstcra, nook and Wlioel w III bo sent on receipt
of f l.oj. Address '
John c. IIANOVHU, Cincinnati, o.
ECONOMY TUB liATICAX
QUESTION OJF THE HOUR.
EVERY THING THAT IS
NEW INI) SmiSH FOR Tllli SEASON,
CAN JJE BOUGHT
(CMEAPEffi f MAI Ml.
A Large and Varied Stock of
in 1 1 in iiw 1 inn i 111 i 1 urn iiwrun 'Mi i,wi"iTnfTTrnrTrlTffTiir'T-n Ksasv&aam
ALSO A LAUGH AND SKLKCT LINK OK
Call and be Convinced that you have the
LA1I ! SlilCTH
LATEST STYLE, BEST QUALITY,
The Lowest Possible Prices
Fine CnmnRcs, Dtiggics nml Wagons. At this Ilepnsitory mny bo seen n largo ami
varied selection of
(VEHICLES FOR BUSINESS AND PLEASUIUCD
rom the best manufactories. Purchasers aro invited to call and inspect the goods or to
IJWrtte for Information and Prices.
C B. JBOBMNS,
Foreign amd( Mam size
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND J08BE8 IM CIGARS,
for Infants nnd GhHciren.
IremnftlH"ft,!3rlt0fW,to 1 "",0" C'M Oolte, ConMlpMlon,
irecoinmenaitns6uperlortoniiyiin.-scrliiUon I Hour Btomacli, lilarrheea, Kruitatlon.
kuovaitomc," 1LA. Ascutn, M.P, I K1IU Wonus, c'vca sleep, una lTumolea dl
Ul 8c, Oxiorvl BL, IlrocU ,u, N. Y. WlSi'iuiurloua nMNtlw,
Tui Ccim-B Cowikt, m rultoa Street, N. Y.
T. F. MUM',
320 & 322 Pcnn Avenue,
l'or tho t'elebratt'd (ihiektritig, Ivcrs it
l'outl, iintl Vode & Hon l'iiinos, Wmldri
iioned i;u-y Org.ips, Violins, Accordemis
und Sliect ; Music. C'eieliinleil White, Kew
High Ann DnvH, Kcw Home, ltoynl SI.
.lolin, and Light Umiiilng Domeslic hewing
.Muchiiics. Needles, oil nml attachments
foi all mahes of Sowing Machines.
St:ro and Wanrccms, No,L'123
Also Wat erooing 111 l'rnnklln Ave. and 10c Cen
Ail) tiling (o nnkn uj anew wngon
or rt'pair ait old, in tslock.
ISnv Iron, and Sli'i'l Jlolts, Holt
Kiiilri, Lay ciowv, Ttiniliiicklo'H
Horno Stiocri, ami all Hlaukmnilh