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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUHG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Tho order of tho President cxclud.
i rig oflicoscekera and Senators and
Hoprcsentatlvcs In pursuit of tho same
purpose, for their constituents from
executive Intorviows h an act of moral
courngo which attaining nil that has
been claimed for Mr. Cleveland as n
man of conviction and fearlessness In
tho path of duty. Tho act Is also ap
plauded by every disinterested party
in or out of politics and, if adhered to,
W.ll inaugiirnto a reform and establish
a precedent in tho duties of tho Presi
dent for which his successors will bo
thankful. The oflice-seeklng craro
has not been confined to lator adminis
trations, though with tho devclopo
nimit of tho country and tho expansion
of tho duties of tho government it
hai increased moro than in equal pro-
)uruoii. ino crazing ror ollico ap-
iieanl to liavo been contemporaneous
in iu origin with tho foundation of
the present form of government.
In tho very earliest davs of Wash
ingtou's administration ho was terribly
annoyed by the aspirants for office, in
laci 10 sucn an extent that bo was
seriously embarrassed in doinc his
duty in his office. As tho government
tumor ino yonstitntion of 1787 was
then in its incipient stages thero exist
ed a multitudo of claims upon tho
President's attention, particularly iu
getting the machinery of tho Execu
tivo office iu motion. Tlio first Presi
dent has left amontr his naDers an ac
count of tho audacity and pcrsistcnoo
oi mo ouicc-sceKer or 17S'J. Uo tens
us that ho had no peace either day or
uight from tho importunities of men
clamoring for oflico. Thov flocked in
from neighboring States, and even
thoso moro remotely situated and re
quiring days and weeks of hard jour
neying, by private or public convey
nnco or afoot, woro not without their
representatives in tho general scuflle.
now TIIHY I10RED WASIIINOTOM.
At last, ho tells us, tho rivalry be
came so great that the most bold
crowded into his sleeping apartments
before ho was out of bed in tho morn
ing, and Mrs Washington, that stately
dame in crimped caps, was compelled
to lio abed, perhaps, with matronly
modesty, with her head under tho bed
clothes, while the President was dress
ing, so as to get rid of the intruders.
This last innovation upon the usual
rules'of etiquette governing tho routine
of a man's domestic surroudings was
too much for tho dignified Washing
ton. He had submitted to a great
many things for the sake of his country
and particularly so as to cause as liltlo
friction as possible, for tho now gov
ernment had then hosts of opponents
amontr tho leading minds of tho count
ry. IIo accordingly sent to tho Vice
President and members of the Cabinet
a request for their views on certain
questions propounded by him aud in
tended to regulato the ofiicial and
social regimo of the Executive house
hold. Tho replies were a subject of
Cabinet conference, and tho rules
drawn up by Jefferson constitute to
this day tho foundation of the organic
law of the Presidential oilico in its
official and social environments.
During the earlier administrations,
the number of ofli !es being compara
tively few and political contentions
having higher aims than a war of
spoils, the changes in office were few.
As Randolph, of Roanoke, put it, few
died and nono resigned.
THE SPOILSMEN'S FEAST.
In Jackson's time the cry to tho
victors belong the spoils infused this
disgraceful doctrine into American
politics. Since then tho offioial hours
and leisure moments of the Presidents
have been occupied in catering to the
spoilsmen of their parties. The in
cessant badgering and importunities
added to the natural perplexity of
mind incident to efforts to please
everybody has broken tho heart of
noro than ono President. It under
minded tho vigorous constitution of
Taylor and drove Lincoln to a couch
of illness on several occasions. It
disturbed the peace of Grant's stolid
nature and culminated in the assissina
tion of Garfield.
In a conveisation then, the Presi
dent referred to the fact that-his whole
time had been consumed in listening
to the appeals of applicants for office
and their friends ; that if that were to
constitute tho sura of jiis occupation
for the rest of his four 'years in ofliee
it was a discouraging outlook. Whtn
he lett for the summer he fully made
up his mind to put an end to such an
unnecessary ocenpation of the time of
tho President When be returned
from his summer recreation in the
Adirondacks he intended not to sub
mit to a rcpetion of his previous ex
perience with the office-seeking throng,
but yielded in hopes that iw force
would diminish in vigor.
THE CI.AMOK INCREASING.
Tho approach of Cotmres?, on the
contrary, has increased the number of
olamoiouB aspirants, reinforced as
they are by the Senators and Repres
entatives. With his first annual
messago to Uonurcs', duo in two
weeks, and many important questions
f . ..i.i:.. t. f..n j. ..!.,. ,
preparatory to certain recommenda
tions the President had no other refuge
than the heroic treatment which he
has resorted to. In view of all the
buncombe in Congress over civil ser
vice reform, tho recent executive order
of tho President is the first really sin
cere raovo in the direction of elevating
tho ptiblio sorvico above the clamors of
J.IL Mercer would especially rccom
mend to the ladies Acker's Dyspepsia
'i,i.i,t Ao i.:.. ,1.,... i.:. ...
equal. They aro guaranteed' to euro
Chronlo Constipation, Dyspepsia, and
all diseases arising from a deranged
stomach. With a tree use ot the Tab
lets, Sick Ileadacho is impossible.
J. ii. mercer wishes to mako an
assertion, which ho can back with a
positive guarantee It is all about
Acker's Blood Elixir. He claims for
it superior merits over all other reined
ies of its kind, and guarantees for it a
positive and sure euro for Rheumatism,
Syphillis, and all blood disorders, it
frees tho skin from spots and disease,
and leaves tho . complexion clear
Ask him about it.
J. II. Mercer wishes to state that he
has at last found an article be oan Bell
on its merits. It is with pleasure he
guarantees to tho publio Acker's Eng
lish Remedy as a sure and never fail
ing cure for Asthma, Coughs, Whoop
ing Cough,' Croup, and all Lung Trou
bles. It is tho standard remedy for
Consumption. I have never found its
Eivo hundred years H. C , tho Etrus
can ladies fastened thtir coils and braids
villi spear-shaped pins, as beautiful as
they wero useful. Some of thorn were
made, of ivory and some of bronzo and
silver. They were ornamented in vari
ous ways, 6ome with busts carved upon
them, and somo with fnll-leugth reclin
ing figures. Venus rising out of the
sea and stroking back her wet hair was
a favorite design.
Only Tcrjpcrniico Hitters Known.
ff o other in cd 1 c I tic known bo c ffoctaftHy purges
tbi Monti of derogated illwane.
milloim bear tcfttliuoiif to Its wonderful
It in r imrrly Vcsctnhto rrennmllon, tniulo
from tlio native herbs find roots of California, the
moOlrinnt propertied of wlikh nro extracted thero
from without tho um of Alcohol,
It remove tlio cause of disease, and tho
patient rvcorera hW lienlth.
It U tlio creat lllood Purifier and Life
giTlng Trloclplo; a (ientto Purpnthe ml Tonic a
KTfect Itcnovator nml Iuvlorutor of tho nynlcm.
erer before In tho Mitory of tho world has n medic lno
been compounded popBCMlng the power ot ViNECun
IIittbra In healing tho Rick of CTtry disease man la
The Alterative, Aperient, Diaphoretic, Car
ml native. Nutritious, Laxative, Bedntlye, Counter
irritant, Had or I tic, Antl-llllloux, So Went, Diuretic and
Tonic properties of Vinxoar IUtteiis exceed thoso
of any other medicine In tho world.
No iernoii ran take tho Hitter according to
directions and remain long unwell, provided their
bdnes aro not destroyed by mineral polmm or other
tncans, and the tital organs wasted beyond tho point
IlilloiiH, Remittent, Intermittent and Ma
larial Fevers aro prevalent throughout tho United
State, particularly in tho valleys uf our great titers
and their vast tributaries dnrug tho Summer and
Antnmn, especially daring seasons of unusual beat
Tlieae Fever are Invariably accompanied by
tenslrn derangements of tho stomach, liver and
bowcK In their treatment, n purgative, exerting a
powerful lnfluenco upon these organs, la absolutely
There la no rath art I e for tho pnrposo onnal
to Dr. J. Walker's Vineuati Hittkiis, as it will
peedlly remove the dark-colored vlcld matter with
which the bowels aro loaded, at tho samo time tllmti
latlng tho secretions of tho liver, and frcncrnlly
restoring tho healthy functions of tho dlgvstlvo
'ortify tlio body against dlwaso by purifying
.11 Its fluids ttitli ViNtciAii DiTTKits. No vpldvmla
can take hold of a fystem thus forearmed.
It ItiviKorntca tlio Slonincli and stimu
lates the torpid Liver and BowcM, cleansing the
blood of all Impurities, Imparting lire and vigor to
the frame, and carrying off without the aid ot
Calomel, or other minerals, oil poLonous matter
from the BTstem. It Is easy of administration,
prompt in action, and certainln its results.
Diupcpklaor Iiiillgt'ot Ion, Headache, ratn
In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of tho Chest,
Pneumonia, Dizziness, Bad Taste in the Mouth,
Bilious Attacks, Palpitation ot the Heart, and a
hundred other painful symptoms, are at onco .re
lieved by VrNzuAR Bitters.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheuma
tism, Gout, Neuralgia, Diseases of the Blood, Liver,
Kidneys and Bladder, the Bitters have no equal.
In these, as in all constitutional Diseases, Walker's
V in coin Hitters has shown Its great curative
powers In the most obstinate and Intractable
JTIcchnnlrnl PLcascPersons engaged la
Taints and Minerals, such as numbers. Type
setters, Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance
In life, are subject to l'aralynis of the Bowels.
To guard against this, take occasional doses ot
Nklu DNenitca. Pcrofulo, Salt Rheum, Ulcers,
Swellings, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles,
Ring-worms, ficald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas,
Itch, Scurfs, Discoloratlons, Humors and diseases
of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are liter
ally dug up and carried out of the system In a short
time by the use of the Bitters.
Pin, Tape aud other Worm., lurking In
the system ot so many thousands, are effectually
destroyed and removed. No system of medicine,
no vermifuges, no anthelmintics, will free the
system from worms like VrNEfun Bitters.
irji-o.lco, Scarlet Fever, Mumps, Whooplnir
Cough, and all children's diseases may bo made
less severe by keeping the bowels open with mild
doges ot the Bitters. This wondeiful remedy la
especially adapted to the systems of children, for
8urlfylng herbs alone give it its remarkable cura
re powers. It contains uo alcohol, opium or
iror rcmsie uoinpiainin, la young oroia.
married or single, at the dnwn or womanni
the turn of life, this Bitters has no equal.
Cleanse tbe Vitiated lllood
when Its lm-
g unties burst through the skin In Eruptions or
ores: cleanse It when obstructed and sluggish In
the veins; cleanse it when it is foul; your feelings
will tell you when, and the health of the system will
In conclusion t Give the Bitters a trial. It
will speak for Itself. One bottle is a lietter guar
antee of Its merits than a lengthy advertisement.
In different languages.
II. II. McDonald Drns; Co., Proprietors,
Ban Francisco, Cal., and KM, tap k tra Washington St,
Cor. Charlton tit, New York.
Sold bj all Dealers and Druggists. .
THAT poor bed-ridden, invalid wife, sister,
mother, or daughter, can bo made the plcturo of
health by a few packages of Dr. Kilmer's COM
PLKIK KKMALE ltUMaDV. Why let them suffer
when so c.ihlly cured? Ask j our druggist for It.
1 rlco $ j.OU
. IF YOU aro threatened with or already have
Brlght's dlsease.or If you pass red or Moody-urlne.
or stiingy.uilne, or mllky.urlne Dr. Kilmer's
H W A. Ml'-itoor corrects ull conditions and posi
tively cures. Ask your druggist lor n. U5c.,tl,
IK YOU expectorate or ralso matter, froth or
piilegm-l)r. lilliners INDIAN CONSUMPTION
oil, win remove tho causes, and cure you, Ask
your druggist tor It. 85c.. 50c, f l.
IK YOUIt children havo heart dhease-clvo them
Dr. Kilmer's OCKAN.WEKI) IlKAltT ItKMKDY.
Ask your drugUt for It. tl,
This noted Specialist ot Scrnnton, Is tlie
only specialist this side of New York, I' Ull
adelplila and Buffalo who makes an e xclu.
slvo specialty of treating chronic, long
standing anil lingering diseases to which
man and womankind nro subject, such as
Consumption, Bronchial affections, Scrofu.
la, SaU-lthcum, Loss of Manhood, Skin dls.
cases, Ithcuinntlsin, Ulcers, Old Sores, Epl.
lepsy, Syphilis, Deafness, Loss of Voice,
Chronic Iliiurha'a, Chills and Foyer, Worms,
Liver complaint, Cancers, Tumors, Paraly
sis, Tape worm, Heart disease, &c, &c,
CiTFemalo diseases a specially.
No mailer how long you havo been suf.
fering nor how many Doctors you haye em.
ployed in vain, you should apply to Du.
MoTaooaiet at once, when he will tell di
rectly without holding out falso hopes
whether your disease is strictly curable or
can only bo relieved.
Ho owes his wide reputation for tho suc
cessful treutmcnt of all lingering or chronic
diseases to expcilcnce and close applica
tion for over 20 years, and to no miraculout
What tiis 1'ai'Kus Bay i
"He is skillful honest, rnu ient, upright and re.
llablo and well worthy of tlio pc-opl ' conndence
and esteem. He always says exactly what he
means and means exactly what he says." bcran
"He is too useful a man to lose," Lackawanna
Corner Liekawanna and Washington Avenues.
CCC A MONTH AMI 1IOAHI) TO AGENTS (or
mis pi GRANT
The world's greatest soldier, and the nation's most
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was deaf twenty-eight jears. Treated
by most of the noted tpecuilnts of the day
Ith no U-oellU cured hlmMlf In three inouths,
and tlcce then hundreds o others by same pro
cess. A plain, simple and 8 ccexsful home treat
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time. Capital not required. We will start you.
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LIKE HIS FATHER.
lie Wiih AmicU-tl AVI 111 Htolio In tlic
Mr. 8. W. Hicks, of Pleasant Valley, Duchcs
county, N. Y., tho son of Mr. K. H, nicks, whoso
namomay hnvo appeared In this lournalln con
ncctton with an arllclo similar to this, wua, like
his rather, nflllctcd with stono In tho bladder, only
that liw cnao was moro serious than his father's.
Tho father advised tho son towrlto to Dr. D.uld
Kennedy, of Houmlout, N. Y who, ho said, would
ten mm what to do. Dr. Kennedy replied, sug.
gestlng tho Usonf KUNNKHY'S PAVnuiTeniru.
KliY, which hud worked so sticcessfully In tho
father n case, Mr, IIlcKn, who hart tieen nssureil
by the local phjslcluns that they could do nothing
moro for him. tried FAVolHTK UU.MKDY. After
two weeks' uw of It ho passed a stono ot an
Inch long and tho thickness of a plpo stem, wnco
then ho has had no symptoms of a return of tho
troubio. Hero Is a sick man healed. What better
results could havo been expected? What gh?ater
.n-ui,,,. ,uuiu iiieuicju seieiieo eumcrr ine end
was gained; that Is surely enough. Dr. Kennedy
assures tho public, by a reputation which he can
notaffordto Imperil, that tlio PAViiiutk ItliM
Kin does Intlgorate tho blood, cures liver, kidney
-in, luiiifuuiuin, u.1 weii as nil 1110SOUI3-
eases and weaknesses peculiar to femalos.
TlinuHniulH f Criltc-rul lcnplc vol-
warmth and lullnrRs of words hleh merobusl
ness donuncnla and c'rtlilcates never possess,
what "Knvorlto liemeiiy," tho great speclilo for
blood, liver and kidney disorders, has dono for
.i.vui ciuu lueu menus.
SELLER'S CATARRH RKf,
Blood Purifier of tlio World.
as Aiisoi.uTK cirnl: i-oit
TtlK mttft stublmrn caca ytctil rrmllly tolt
mul htntiot fulled to Ctuva pillule c;ipo
whero directions nro followcil. Jtseucecs
lias been rcmnrknbloninl Itactirei wontlcr
ful. It la tlto most mcrei-fiil iirojiamtlon In tho
uiftrketfor CATAUIIII ami tl.o only ono Unit
rruintcfl nn Ahntrltitc, I'oltl'i Cure. It Is
ruly a blcMlm? to manklnj. A Trial I all
Hint U nkMl fur it Onco tiacd, It Is nlwnj
rccommeiulod. Soiul fur tcstlmoiiluls of actual
IT HAS NO KO,tTAL Foil
A POSITIVE CURE IS ASSURED.
Ono bottle Is Kcnenilly mi indent fur a cure. Stop
taking (iulnlno, A trial only Is asked for Kel
LEH'H tUTAltlUI ItKMKDY. It 1 R SIMICIFIC
for nil illeafpsnrl?lnif from an linpuroblood and
drives all eruptions tiom tho skin. For Syphl
litloeomplafuts It la superior to any preparation
In tho market. Uno bottlo will euro must of tho
follow! nif complaints and a continued u?o will
rosiTivtLY cure. Navo doctor bills and try It.
LOSS OF APPETITE.
PEELING OF LA1YGOUR.
Kkllkr's Catahiiu JIkmedy Is no patent
medicine, but a nfe and pleasant preparation
to takoand surety tho greatest medical dlscor
cry of tlio nic. One bottlo rejuvenates thocntlro
system and pu tresses moro llrtuo than a half
iloTim bottles of ordinary patent preparations.
Wrlto for testimonial) and other iniurmatlon.
Ci-Porsalo by druzlts Renerallj.
l'l'.K'i: Stl.uO A ItOTTI-K. SIX ltOT
Tl.r.S I'Olt S5.00. On receipt of i5.()0 by
the manufaeturerK, SAMt'Ei. I. Kelleii & Uo.(
llarrl.buiv, l'a., six bottles will bo sent ciprcsa
An Old Soldier's
" Calvert, Texas,
May 3, 1882.
"I wiih to express my appreciation ol the
valuable qualities of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
u a cough remedy.
" While with Churchill's array, Just beforo
the battlo of Vlcksburg, I contracted a se
vere cold, which terminated in a dangerous
cough. I found no relief till on our march
wo came to a country store, whero, on asking
for somo remedy, 1 uas urged to tryAYER'a
"I did so, and was rapidly cured, Slnco
then I hnvo kept the TEcronAL constantly by
me, for family use, and I havo found it to be
nn invaluablo remedy for throat nnd lung
diseases. J. v. Wuiilev."
Thousands of testimonials certify to tho
prompt cure of all bronchial and lung
affections, by the use of Aveb's CnEnny
Pectoral. Delng very palatable, tho young
est children take It readily.
Sold by all Druggists.
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Our onice Is opposite the U. 8. Tatent Office, and
we can obtain l'atents In loss time than those re
mote from Washington.
cli'?,fP0(iel or drawing. We advise as to pat
entability free of charge, and we make no charge
unless patent la secured.
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Money order IMv., and to omclals of the U.S.
raleut onice. For circular, advice, terms and
references to actual clients In sour own Mate or
County, write to
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
., opposlto ratent onice, Washington, D C.
T1IE "j)01 i:XOLJBl"
filled direct by
ing tho Can,
of any Lamp.
Thla U I lie
over offered to
FAMILY OIL CAN.
EVERY FAMILY SHOULD HAYE ONE,
MAHUf AOTUflf Q or
fflnlkld iganu$acturhia c,
No DrnpiilliR Oil oil ll.ol'lodrorTnble! Nn
Faucet tu lnk or get knocked open to wnstu
tontents orciiuso Kxplmloim No Corks to
UMe. Vlasn I'erfeel ly Air Tight, No Leak,
go No hvaiKirnllon-Abmlulely Hnfe.
A rnlvi.ul linn, hold Nm.'ly,
roil HALE IS IlLOOMSliUUO I1Y
I. W. HAHTMAN & SON
PAKMKHS' l'HODUUK KXCHANOK.
Tlio IllootiiHliiirn: l'tibllc HcIioiiIh
In November 13ili' Isstio of tlio Coi.tM
niAN wn? publlslicil nn nrltcle entitled "Tlio
LJiicntlonal Doctors of llloom District nnij
their ilcmcrilcs." Tlio writer of tlio nrllclo
nftcr iinotliif! tlio Menu of eovernl ntitliora
of w liom tlio tmbllc In Rcnernl knows notli
Inif, draws llio conrltislon Hint, "Tlio ill
reclori of UlooinsburR lmvo undertaken n
task for which they Invo shown n most
Inmcntnblo degree of tinlltness."
Tho ivrlter niso diclnrcs, "No wonder
tho belter seiuu of tho tcnohers revolt
ngnlnst n J recess so iintcnsonnbla nnd mi
As ono of thu tcnclicrs employed by tho
board or directors of tho town of lilnnnis'
burg, I desire to sny publicly Hint my bet
ttr sense hns never yd revolted ngnlnst tho
piocess to which tho willter refers! lint
on the other bnnd when by coiupnilng tlio
public tchool of llloomsbiirif with llko
schooh of other towni nnd clllcpi I llnd
that tho upper gnii'cs of the llloomsbtirg
Bcliool Is nt least two years below tho cones.
pomiins graiics ot mo wilKes-llurrd or
Wllllnmsport schools. And when dully I
witness m-iss of liuinnn beings crowded
into tno primary departments wlicte ninny
of them havo already been too lornr, and
by the methods that havo been In use hnvo
failed to mako even ordinary progress;
every atom In my being revolts ngulnst
such a system of education that has degrad
cd Ihe Uloomsburg publlo school, wnstcd
tho publlo money nnd worst of u!l Injured
tlic minds of tlio chlhlieii nnd youth of tlio
town, which Injury caniiovcr bo repaired
It Is evident that n great wrong has been
committed In the public school of lllooms.
burg nnd it Is time for the fathers nnd
motheis, whohnve been paying the tnxis
for the purpose of educating their children
to Investigate this mutter nnd decide which
is the proper minnor to Instruct, to teach n
ciinu to renu ueiore it lenrns us letters or
tojteach It its letters beforo It learus to read
to tenji a child to wnlk before It lenrns
to creep or to tench it to creep before it
learns to wnlkf Let the parents of llio
school children visit the schools and lulk
with the teachers and find out what Is
being done with tliclr children. You have
a right to do this and when you icnlizu that
tho future welfare of your child depends
upon the primary lnsti notion which it is
now rccleving nt school do you not consid
er that it is your duty to see Hint llmt In-
sirucuon is ccrrcctiy given, nnd If you
have been wronged as has (Icon claimed, to
seek redress by giving your support to
tho nction of the school board, whlcli pro
poses to remodel the entire system nnd
brlngl.the .scholar b.ick to tlio text book,
the definition nnd llio rule, which vague
theorists declare will bo forgotten In tho
near future? Tkaciiei:.
famous Modicino Men.
Messrs. Hoot ifc Tinker, of Now
York City, who hnvo iubliiliel from
time to tiino handsome lithograph por
traits of the prominent journalists of
tlio United States and Groat Britain,
have just isiued a vory attractive en
graving, i2 by 28 inches, of the lead-
UK riopnetary Medicine -Manufactur
ers of tlio United States, iiieludiii'' Dr.
J. V. Aver, U. I. Hood, Dr. Ilo-tetter
of "Iloslctter's Bitteis," John IIoJl'o
of "Merchant's Gargling Oil," Mr.
Scott of Scott's Kiiiulsion," Dr. J. II.
Suhenck, II. E. Jlueklen of "Ulcotiio
Bittere," Mr Towel! of "Iron Bitter."
Dr. Tutt, Dr. Braiulreth of "Bran,
dreth's Pills," and II. II. Warner of
Warners Safe Curo' and "Tippeca
noe lame. Wo doubt if a more at
tractive lookini: tiroim of elovcn men
could be got together from any ono
walk of lite. As is quite appropriate,
tho central figure is II. II. Warner, tlio
background of whoso vignelto is his
trade mark of an iron safe, inscribed
with tho names of tlio famous War
ners KemcdiDS. Mr. Warner is the
most prominent as well as tho most sue
ecisful proprietary niedieino manufac
turer tuiscountry has yet produced, and
his zeal in the prosecution of his busi
ness grow out of the fact, in large meas
ure.that hehimself.wlien uiven unto tlio
as incurablo of an extremo kidnoy dis-
oruer, in ibcj, was cured uy tlio rem
edy to whicii ho has given world-wide
fame-"Warner'8 Safe Curo." Tho s.ilu
of tho "Warner's Safo Remedies' lias
been so widely extended tli.it wnru.
houses and laboratories for their
manufacture havo been established in
all quarters of tho globe, not tho least
prosperous being ono in far distant
Australia. People havo erroneous no
tions,both of tho motives and character
of proprietary medicine men. As arulo
they are solid, substantial, trustworthy
citizens, who win tho success that
comes to them purely on tho merit of
tho goods they produce and of tho
work they perform. This is especially
true of the central figuro of this group.
This picturo hanciner side bv sidn with
prominent journalists. relicrious.
political and foreign, will probably
attract moro attention than those
famous editorial writers, becauso there
hardly a person who walks tho
street, who has not either used nrnn
of the remedies manufactured by these
men, or had their interest stimulated
in tho gentleman themselves by tho
ecord made by their remedies amomr
personal friend?. This iiicturn is sent
out witli tho compliments of Mr. II.
II. Warner, who, besides having won
such distinguished fame ns tho manu
facturer of "Warner's Safo Cure," is
well known as tho founder of tho
"Warner Astronomical Observ
Rochester, N. Y and tho "WnriW
Astronomical Prizep," for comctary
discovery, so eagerly sought for by
iiairuiiuuiers mi over ino world. JMr.
V arncr is n self.mado man. and thnsn !
who know him best say that tho success
which he has won thus oarlv in lifo dm
being at present not over -15 years of
age;, is in all respects eminently des
erved, for ho is a man of very hioad
views and wide-extended liberality.
Thero is a pool in Utah onlv a font
deep and situated at a very high alti
tude, that refuses to freezo oven iu the
severest winters. Thero is another
that mysteriously replenishes itself
with half-grown trout. Ono stream,
though clear as crystal to tho oyo and
tasteless, stain all tho vegetation it
Hows over a deep brown. A warm
spring near Salt Lako City is tho
strongest sulphur water in tho world.
A not spring a Jew miles off, with
waters so hot that you can hardly put
your hand into them, and ns bright as
diamonds, is ono of tho niest remarka
ble combinations of chemicals ever an
Clu a ii huh lilt
tiillaiiiiuit 1 1 ii.
A Oulcir relief.
A noHltlve cure. HAY-FEVER
A particle U applied Into oaeh nnstrll aud Is
nBreeablo tou. l'rleo 51 cents by mall oral
J-XYllltonitliS, drufgUts, Owrgo, N. Y,
C!VTf DfTfiffCS nittcr or bndtaito in mouths
Ioiktiio coaled whlto or cov
with a brown fur,- nn!
aln In tho buk, sides, or Joints
often mistaken for rlieumntlsini jouh stomach;
loss of AtTKitTp; somctlincs imiisea nnd water
brnh,or Indigestion.1 tintiilcncy nnd acid eructn.
lions, boiu'ls itlternntelv costive nnd lnv1 itmti-
ACims lessor memory, with a pnlnnit sensation ot
havliiif fulled to do so i c-tbtnsr which miRht to lmvo
been done,1 nnr.il ityi low siilrlts: a thick, yki.low I
nppcurmico of tho skin nnd cjesj a dry comjh;
m,.,, iiiin.w, ,iw UIII1U11 nwuuy IWI'I 111X11
colored, nnd, It nllowed to Hand, deposlti n sedi
ment. d'tntixY veoi;tai)U3
Is (rcnernlly used In tho .louth to nrouso the torpid
llur to n healthy nction.
IT ACTS WITH BtTIlAOIIMNAKV KFI'ICAOY ON T1IK
AfJ IIFFIX'TUAI. Wl'KUIi'lCl'Olt
SICK IIRAIUl'lIK, JAUNDICE,
MENTAL IIIIMIKI SION, llOWELCOUrLAINTS,
ETC. ETC., ETC.
Endorsed by tho uso of 7 millions of bottles as
The Best Family Medicine
For children, for ndulls, anil for tho nged.
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J. H. ZE1LIN & CO.,
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A r it K S K N T I
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pay for malllns nnd wrapping nnd nauesof
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Finish I'anor nngrnMni; of nl. our l'llKM.
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JulylMy J 0
RAZIiROAD TIME TBLS,
ELAWAHE, IiAOKAWANXA AND
NOltTH. I .STATIONS. I bOUTH.
a.m. a.m. p m
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...llcllciue r. 15 u so 2 10
.'laylorvuio... o so u so a n
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0 27 u S4
0 31 ! 41 2 30
6 40 9 41 3 SO
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.... Wyoming. .
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.. ..Kingston .... 1
Hick's Ferry .
.llrlar Creek., i
0 41 U 5J 2 41
0 41) U 51 2 41
li 51 10 012 47
58 10 ip5 3 50
0 58 10 05 1 50
7 US 10 10 3 55
7 07 10 153 01
7 13 10 20 8 01
7 15 10 25 3 10
7 21 10 t33 27
7 37 0 41 3
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7 57 1 01 3 58
8 01 II 114 05
8 10 11 SO 1 12
8 II II 25 4 10
. . Danville
8 18 11 2U I 21
8 25 11 314 37
8 30 11 44 4 31
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8 5S 13 13 5 01
....Chulasky..,. 05 13 215 12
.... Cameron.... D 08 12 25.1 17
Northumberland 9 25 13 40 5 35
1a.m. a.m. p.m.
W. F. HALSTEAD, Supt.
oaice, Scranton, Feb.lst,l8
hiladolphia & Erie R. R. Divis
ion, and Northern Central
In effect Nov. 8th. 1835. Trains leave Sun.
9.10 a.m., Sea S-horo Express (dally except
Sunday), for Harrl-burg andlutermcdtatestatlous,
arriving at Philadelphia 3.15 p. in. j New York,
6.20 p. in. ; llaltlmore, 1.10 p.m.: Washington,
6.50 p. in., connecting at Philadelphia for all sea
Shoro points. Through passenger coach to
1.43 p. m. Day express
dally except Sunday),forlIarrhburg and interme
diate stations, arriving at 1" h fl a d 0 1 p h 1 a
0.50 p. m. j New York, 9.35 p. in. ; Ualtlmoro
0.45 p. in. ; Washington, 8.00 p. m. Parlor car
through to Philadelphia and passenger coaches
through to Philadelphia and Baltimore.
7,50 p. in. llenovo Accommodation (dally,
for ilarrlsburg and all Intermediate stations, arrlv
Ing at Philadelphia 4 25 a. m. : New York 7.00 a. in.
llaltlmore, 5.25 1. la. ; Washington 0.30 a. m. ;
bleeping car uccommodatlons can be secured at
llarrlsburg for Philadelphia and New York, onsun.
days a through sleeping car will bo run; on this
train from Wllllamsp'l to 1'hlladelphla.l'hlladelphla
passengers can remain in sleeper undlstui bed until
7 a. m.
7.t0 a. m. Erlo Stall (dally except Monday,
for llarrlsburg and Intermedial stations,
arriving ut Philadelphia 8.25 a. m. NeivYoik,
11.30 a. in. ; llaltlmore 8.13 a. m. : Washington, 9.25
a. m. Through Pullman sleeping cars 1110 lunon
this train to Philadelphia, Ualtlmoro and Washing
ton, and through passenger coaches to Philadel
phia aud llaltlmore.
5.20 a. m. Erlo JIall (dally except Sunday), foi
Erlo und ull Intermediate stations 11 ml canundal
gua and Intermediate nations, Hochestcr, liulli
loaudNlagaraFulls, with lluough Pullman Pal
ace cars aud passenger coaches to Erlo aud Roch
ester. U.M-News Express (dally except Sunday) for
Lock Haven und Intermediate stations.
1.00 p. in. Niagara Express (dally except Sun
day) for Kano aud Intermediate stations and Can
andalgua undpilnclpal Intermediate stations,
ltochester, llulfulo nnd Niagara Falls with
through passenger coaches to Kano and liochester
aud Parlor car to Wtlllamsport,
6.30 p. in. Fast Uno (dally except Sundayjfor Ke
ncno aud lntcrmedluto stations, uud Elmlra, Wat
klns nnd Intermediate, stations, with lluough pas
seugcr coaches to ltenovo aud Watklns.
9.20 a. in. Sunday mall for ltenovo and lntermo.
THltOiraU TltAINS FOlt SUN11UHY FltOJl THE
EAbT AND SOUTH.
Sunday mail leaves Philadelphia 4.30 a. m
llarrlsburg 7,40 arriving at buuhury u.so a. m. with
through sleeping car noin Philadelphia to Mt.
News Express leaves Philadelphia 4.30 a. m.
llarrlsburg, 8.10 n. m. dally except Suuday
arriving ut Suubury U.5J. a. m.
Niagara Express leaves
Philadelphia, 7.40 a. in. j Baltimore 7.3U a. in. (dally
except Sunday arriving; at bunbury, 1.00 p. m.,
with througU Parlor car from Philadelphia
and through passenger coaches from Philadel
phia und lialtlmoie.
Fast Lluo leaves Now Y'ork 9.00 a. m. ; Phlladel
phla,ll.50 a, 111. ; Washington, u.t0 a. m. : Haiti
inoie, 10.45 a. in., (dally except Sunday) nntvlng at
buubury, 6.3up. m., with througu passeugef
coaches from Philadelphia and lialtfinoru.
Erlo .Mull leaves New York 8.00 p. m. ; Philadel
phia, 11.20 p. in. ; Washington, 10.00 p. m. 1 llaltl
more, 11.2D p. m., (dally except.saturtlay) arriving
at buubury 5.15 u. m., with through Pullmau
hlecplug cars from Philadelphia, Washington and
jtamuiuruuuuiuruugu passenger coacues iron?
MlIMItlltY, IIA.I.:T(IN ib U'lI.ItUSllAUUU
HAII.KII l AMI .XIIITII AM) Y1T
(Dally except bunuay.)
Wllkesbarro .Mull leaves buubury 10.00 a. m.
arriving ut llloom Ferry 10.63 a. m., Wllkes-barra
J-.IO p. III.
Express East leaves Sunburv 5.45 n. m.. nrrlvinff
at llloom Fen y 0.37 p.m.. Wllkes-barru 7,53 p. m
suuuury jnuu icaes v uxesuarru 10.40 a. in. arrlv
ig at Uloom Ferry 1.M5 p. in., suubury 12.55 p. m
Einress West leaver U llkiiK.b.lrn, is 11. in . nr.
rlWng at Uloom Ferry 4.15 p. m.,bunbury 5.10 p.m.
Sunday mall leaves Sunburv o.ss n. m.. nrrlvlnir
at llloom Funy 10.11 n. m.. Wllkes-iiarro 11:35 a.111.
Sunday uccommoilatlon leatt-s Wllkcs-llarro 5:15
p. in., uimiug ui mouiii terry, 0.1s p. in., suriuury,
1 . 1 .
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J, It. WOOD,
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llrfi. ftu4 Una at tlirm return oitlo. 1 lu.tu t radlcl
rur, i i,uidititdiMftMofrira,i:iILLi'avorrAU
IhU SlCKNkM, Itlo-lwfiCiludr. I trrtoliur rruJr to
curt iba wvrit Ht. um,im olbiia kovo UiUd It no
rtMort fur tivl Bow rorrhlog o euro. S.u4 ftt one lor ft
IratlUe ud t Vrro IluttU of lor luftllltlo rtuiodr: Ilivo
fc.iirv.1 toi 1'wat UrtUo. It toon roll uotblof Iwr IrUl,
u4 1 Ul curt lira, pit U. U. Hour, 111 I'Mil 11, K.I.
I liT K potttlvo reuioily for tno aboro Oliooto ibrlta
" , CWU.VI .ItO MUltt BII1U OIIU til lOni
ioB41nlitoliiucurod. luaooil, utlroiiRlo ruv folirt
lutiaoul' aif.tlmt I will feomlTVI IllirrtKS FIIKU.
I. iker wall a VAU'AUI.rlTUr: 1TISK on ttili dlaoaaa
loaOTbUtfiircr. clivooiiiroaaiinill1 Oaadriai.
PU. T, A. SLUi'uiI, 111 I'.ml at, Kaw York,
p.m. p.m. n.m
b Mil si H 30
8 51 12 SO 8 20
8 4S. 12 2J H 2.'
8 40 12 15 8 10
8 3.1 13 ( 8 10
8 37 12 01 8 01
8 23 II M " 58
8 K 11 fit r 51
8 12 II 50 7 50
S0S1M7 7 i.
8 08 II 17 7 17
8 01 II 43 7 42
7 f,!l 11 38 7 31
7 51 11 31 1 31
7 50 II 30 7 .11
7 41 11 21 7 31
7 Hi II 12 7 12
7 18 II (0 7 UO
7 11 10 51 0 5
7 05 10 47 li 41
C 58 10 41 d 41
0 51 10 3S 38
0 50 10 31 0 31
0 12 1C 27 27
II 30 10 SI I'. 21
6 30 10 10 0 10
0 25 10 11 0 11
0 OS 511 5 50
G 00 0 40 5 19
5 55 0 41 5 15
5 40 32 6 32
p.m. a.m. a.m.
roR rxcixntnTEnu, first wr.ic.
liloom-l'eter lilllmeyer, John Crottr.1I II Clark,
Harry Fornwnld, (I M Lockard, Samuel Shaitcr.
Heaver I'd I.nuer.
Hentoii-Wm Doty, CliArlcsdlbbons, Wmllul
mo, David llnrtman, ini ilcllenry.
llcrwlck W I.Hnyder,
llrlarcrrek-lt (1 Knshlnkl.
cntawljsa-Aumtiius brooks, Wm It Clark, !) II
rortner, Michael Feitcrinan, Charles shnrrlcss.
Center Henry Do,ik.
t'ontraila John J Jones.
I hhlnirercek-Nonnaii McIIenry, 0 M SlmltJ:.
1- I UIIIWIII iuiiii mil-.
Urccnwood-John W (Utlaspy, Henry .Mather,
James Vnnhorn, A 1' Young.
Hcnilock DOPursell, (leo llussel.
lociut Jacob Carl, liolandus Herblnc, Uanlel
.Mndlann-llolrert Johnson, Conrad Kramer, l'ct
er Wcnklilsrr, D (J Helllier.
.Mlllilu-Mlcliael Heller, E Seppenhl3r, A
Sweppcnhlscr, Jonathan spade.
A onlour-llenry Lazarus, (I WAIears.
Ait. Plcasant-Kllns lloncll.
Koarlngereek-Sainuel llouck, Jr.
scott Da, id (lelslnger, ) W Jacobs.
Sugarloaf Alllet Stephens.
liloom-C S FornwaU, Joslah llaUton, James
Stncr, John WellUer.
Heater Ellis .Miller,
lienton liuv m m era tt font, J J AlcIIcnry.
Hcrtvick Win llott. Win 'lhomas.
Cntnwlsa.t lienjamln llarndt, Pierce Creasy, Jo
seph, Fry, Cornelius Henley, Al V II Kline.
Conyngham-Pntrlck.Mouan, JohnAlonrce, EO
Prlre, tt Itaudeiibusli.
Flsfilngcreck-SainUfl Coleman, 11 F Edgar,
l'ranklin-Wm Hott er, It S .McIIenry,
(ireenwood Win Ever.
Jackson -'llio mm tv Mnilth.
I-ocust fjDuitiel Erdmen, tt' 11 Snyder.
Alalne-tvm contnlr, Solomon Dennor.
Alt. Pleasant Amos Wnnlch.
orange ,1 w Alnleller. (lei) Appleman.
Itoarlngcreek Charles Krelaher.
Scott Isaac C.evcllng, Jnmes Ktesslcr.
llloom-John ltehm, William Thomas.
Ilerwlck-lsalah bower, Oswald (irasley, PK
kitchen, John Sponenbergcr, A 1) Seeley.
Citatvlssa Llovd .Miller.
Center-Edward Stewart, John Wanich, Joseph
cent raila lames Djkc, Edward AtcFaddcn.
conynglinm-Audrew Cain, James Koslcnbau
der, (leo toiler.
Flshlngcrcek-J D McIIenry.
Jackson Calvin Dcrr.
.Maine Joseph (lelgcr.
Aiimn-.M vli Keller.
.Montour P s Knrshncr.
Seott-Joieph Carl, Al O AtcCollum.
1ST OF CAUSES
rou I'KCEMnmi teusi,
Jesso Fasten vs Jacob Hay & Son.
Frederick Hosier's uso vs D 11 a V It It Co.
Josl.ih Philips' use vs W Potts Hamsoyct al.
Hohr .McIIenry vs Win E Patterson,
James nird vs Darling cuip et nl.
Alary U Holmas vs J S Woods et ux.
Adams son vs FrnnclsEvuns trustee.
Peter Michael's heirs vs John Hoofnagle.
(i I) Fowler vs llerwick lioro.
Casper Frantz tsllerwlcl: lioro.
John I. sponeiiburg vs llerwick lioro.
T F Cralj ts Aiahala Craig.
Frank Stewart vs Daniel F Sejbeit.
J J Crawford vs lllram '1 homas.
1) F Sej Lert t s U L Adams et al.
Jonas Doty et nl vs John Suit.
E L Adams ts 1) F seybert.
A Ii Herring et nl vs s c Crcay.
A M Freas Mrg Co vs O F Ferris et al.
'i hoinas ueddls vs Joph Foust et al.
1" K Vannatta vs Joseph Foust et nl.
11 F Everett vs It F sutlirf et nl.
tleo o Welllver vs o F Ferris et al.
The December number will begin tho seventy,
second volume or HAitrKit's AIaiiazine. Alias
Wooison's iiotcl,l,East Angels."nnd .Mk. Howell's
"Indian summer-holding tho foremost, place In
current serial notion will run through seternl
numbers, and win bo followed by seilul stories
from It. D. lii.ACKMOim and Alns. D. Al. ciiaik. a
new editorial department, discussing topics sug
gested by the current literature or Ameilcnand
turone. will be contributed bv w. li. iiowri.ia.
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