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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURGr, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
A "Madman's" Legacy,
"Slrcl" exclaimed ft man iu tlio home
ly garb of a mechanic to lllchelleti,
1'rlmo minister of Franco, m ho was
ontoring his palace; "Sire, I havo mndo
n discovery which shall make rich
mid great tlio nation which shall de
velop it. Sire, will yon glvo "mo an
Hluliclion, constantly Importuned,
iinaly ordered tlio "madman" imprison
'd. Even in jail ho did not desist from
declaring his "delusion," which one
day attracto l tho attention of a Hrltlsh
nobleman, who heard Do Causo'a story
and developed his discovery of steam
All great discoveries arc nt first de
rided. Seven years ago a man yet un dcr
middle ago, enriched by a business
which covered the continent, found
himself suddenly Ktrickcn down. When
his physicians said recovery was im
possible, ho used a now discovery,
which, like all advances in science, had
been opposed bitterly by tbo Bchool
men. Nevertheless, it cured him, and
out of gratitude therefor ho consecrated
a part of his wealth to tlio spreading
of its merits beforo the world. Such
in brief is tho history of Warner's safo
cure, which has won, according to tlio
testimony of eminent persons, the
most deserved reputation over accorded
to any known compound, and which
is finally winnini; on its merits alono
tho approval of tlio most conservative
practitioner?. Its fnmo now belts the
globe The Herald.
A gentleman living at Auburn, III.,
until quite recently was tho very un
happy owner ot a cat whoso happiness
was never complete savo when stealing
something to eat from off tho dinner
table. Ho tried coaxing and then
beating, but all to no purpose. Finally
in an evil moment tho ideacamo to him
that perhaps a little sudden surprise
would tend to make tlio felino mend
her ways; and tho more ho thought of
it the more ho becaino convinced that
that was what sho needed. At last,
after carrying out several schemes in
his mind, 'lie decided to put some dyn
amite into a saucer of milk, which ho
did leaving, it on tho dinner table. Ho
then stepped out on the porcli where ho
could see the fun from a distance, ana
waited. Ho had not long to wait, for
no sooner had pussy been left to her
self than sho sprang up 611 tho table
and began to get on the outsido of tho
milk. Softly tbo man laughed to
himself, but his joy was of short dur
ation, for suddenly something burst and
he knew no more. When ho regained his
senses a few hours later he found him
self about a quarter of a milo from
homo in .1 cornfield, with only a rock
on to cover his nakedness. Ho tried
to remember what had happened,
but couldn't until he ni rived at tho
gate where his home once Btood. All
that was left to tell the tale was a largo
holo in the ground, and a piece of cat
skin sticking to a tree near by. J'eck's
As Great as Webster,
"Johuny, here, get out of that bed!
What do you mean by sleeping until
this timo of the morning,'' said his
mother as she crabbed tho bed-covering,
', "Quit that! Dotrijonoit, didn't you I
B . ,
say many a time you wanted mo to bo
a great man?"
"tes, but you'll never be a great
man by sleeping ho much."
"I won't, heyf Wasn't pap readin'
jist las' night about Dan Wtbstcr
wleepin' nine hours every night? I think
you might let mo sleep enough to be
as cr.'at as he was, anyhow."
Notwithstanding so logical an argu
ment, Johnny was compelled to get up.
At u prayer meeting in an Indiana
town tho oilier evening, after several
of tho good brethren had ''led off," the
deacon in charge observed:
"Urother Bedloe will now lead us in
sinping 'Itock of Ages' "
Thero being no response, tho deacon
"Isn't Brother Bedloe present!"
"No sir," responded a voice near tho
door; "Brother Bedloe just heard that
wheat had gone up in Chicago two
cents a bushel, and he's gone over to
town to try and fix up a shortage,"
He Didn't Invest Wisely.
The passenger from Pennsylvania
was complaining of business down his
way. hverything dull.
"Two years aco," he said "I went
into the oil regions with $13,000. Day
beforo yesterday I nulled out with S050,
and am going WeBt to get me a farm."
"i on diunt invest wisely, did youT
remarked tho eldery passenger.
"No." replied tho Pennsylvanian,
sadly, "uot wisely, but in two wells."
To measure the heicht of n tree,
mark two lines on tho ground three
feet apart. Put n stick in the line
nearest the sun exactly threo feet above
tho soil. Whf'n tho end of the shadow
of the stick exactly touches tho furth
est hue. then alno the siiaaow 01 ine
treo will be exactly its height.
J. II. Mercer would especially rccom
mend to the ladies Acker's Dyspepsia
Tablets. As a iaxativo they have no
equal. They are guaranteed to cure
Chroiiio Constipation, Dyspepsia, and
all diseases arising from a deranged
stomach. With a free nso of the lab
lets, Sick Headache is impossible.
J. II. Jleicer wishes to make an
assertion, which ho can back with
positive guarantee. It is all about
Acker's Blood Elixir. Ho claims fo
it superior merits over all other reined
iei ot us kind, and guarantees tor it
ji 'siiivi und sure cine fur Itheumatism,
Syphillis. and nil blood dsoiders, it
frees the skin fiom spots and disease,
and leaves tho complexion clear,
Ask him about it.
J. II. Mercer wishes lo stato that ho
has at labt found an article he can sell
on in merits. It is with pleasuro ho
guarantees to tho publio Acker's Eng
lish Kcuifdy 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
No woman will love a man better for
being renowned or prominent. Though he
be tlrst umung men, she will be prouder,
not fonder ; ns U often the case, she will
not oven be proud. Hut give lur love, up.
preclntlon, kindness, unci there is no sacri
fice she would not mukefor his content and
.comfort. Tho man that loves her well Is
dcr hero and king. No less u hero to her
(though lie is not to any other ; no lets n
iiliig (hough his only kingdom Is licurt mid
Jioino. Ills a mail's own fuult if he is mi.
Jihjipy with his wife In nlno esses out of
ten, It Is n very exceptional woman who
will not be ull elio can to nn attentive hue
band, and a very exceptional one ;vjg will
-not bo very diiugrecablo if she Amis her
self wilfully neglected. Alabama Jiapiist.
Grocer (to farmer) I hear that you
liavo mot with a sad loss, Mr. Corn
stalk. Mr. Cornstalk Ye, six of my fin
est hegs died last week with cholera.
Giocer I understand your wlfo is
Mr. Cornstalk Yes, sho died week
afore last. Misfortunes, they say.
never como single. I could havu got
forty dollars aptcco for them hogs.
jlount Vernon Argus.
Only 1 I" "into Hitters Known.
no oilier mrillrlim known (OcfTectoall ypnrp:"
lh lilnod of dcep-scatcd tllwfl.e.,
million" licnr Icotliiiuii)' to Its wonderful
It Ih n liiirel)' Vrurlnlilo reparation, raarto
from llio lmllro herbs unit root- of Cnllfuriiia. tlio
medicinal firujKTliea of which are extracted tucro
from w Ittiout tlio u-o of Alcohol.
It remote the call-cot disease, and tho
pallt-nt recovers his lualth.
It In tlio urent lllooil l'lirlller and Llfo
Slving Prlnclplo; o tlciitlo rnrpatlto and Tonic i a
iicrfcct Hcnovntor and Imlirorutor of tho system.
Nerer lictoro in tho lil-toryof tho world has a mcdlclno
hceu compounded jHiescssIng tho iKjwerot VmroAit
IliTTKits la healing tlio sick of every dlseaso man la
Tlio Alterative. Aperient, Diaphoretic, Car
mlnathe, Nutrition, laxative. Sedative, Conntcr
Irritant, Sudorlflc, AntMlllloua, Solvent, Plnretlc and
Tonic proiierilcs m vineoah nnit.ua uivtxu iuuw,
... nnv ,.ll.n- ,m.,1l.n, 111 till, UTII-lfl.
Tin pomoit can tako tho llitTr.ns according to
directions and remain long nnwrell, provided their
of repair. ,
Iflllotlft. Jteillllieill, imeriHiiieiii mm i
larial KeuTs aro urutaleut throughout the United
Slates, particularly In tho allejs of our crcat river;
and their t trlhutarlca ilurlJg tho Summer and
Autumn, especially durlug seasons of unusual heat
'rliiin irever arn InvnrlabW aeeomonnted by
extenslvo clerangements of tho Momatli, llcr nud
bowels. In their treatment, a purgative, exerting a
powerful Influence npon these organs, Is absolutely
Tliero In no rnllmrtlo for tho purpose equal
to Dr, ,1. Walkm' Visr.oAn IIitteiis, as it will
pecdlly remoio Iho dark-colored vl-cld matterwllli
which tho bowels aro loaded, atllin sanio timo stlniu
uiin. n spireiimiH of tho liver, and ccnerally
restoring tho healthy tttnetions of tho dlgcstlvo
lorllfr tlio lioily against dlseaso hypurlfylng
all its fluids with visioAii liiTTius. No epidcmio
can; take hold of a sjstem thus forearmed.
lates the torpid Liver and Bowels cleansing tho
blood ot an liururmes. impnrunK mo uuu yiku, i
the frame, nnd carrying off without tho aid ot
Calomel, or other minerals, nil poisonous matter
from tho system. It is easy of administration,
prompt In action, nnd certain In Its results.
In the Moulders, Couglw, Tightness of the Chest,
lhi.MTnnntn Tllrrlnres. Had TastO In tho MoUtll.
llllious Attacks, IVAlpltotlon of the Heart, and n,
nunured otner painiui sympvoiua, wo ui, uutu.iu1
lliivA.1 livVnvnin llirvna.
Tor iiiliiiiiimalory nnd Chronic Rheuma
tism, Oout, Neuralgia, IHsenses of the Blood, Uver,
KiAno-a nttrl Ttlnrldpr. Ihn IlittPtH bnVB HO CKlUaL
In IhMa n In nil rnnstltlltlonal Diseases. VALKERS
Visiain IIitteiis has shown its great curatlvo
powers in the most obstinate and intractable
Itleclinnlrnl Dlicnti'i.-Persons engaged in
r,ai,,fa nml Minimis, sneh us riumberB. Tvne-
Betters, Oold benters, nnd Miners, as they advanco
In life, aro subject to Paralysis of the Uowels.
To guard against this, toko occasional doses ot
VINES LR UnTKHS.
ngs. Pimples, Pustules, Bolls, Carbuncles,
t .1 I. n H . I UaA 1-AB Tf' SVCl Ithi fl B I
Ml I II I
Hlni..vnrm, iM.hfnd. Hnm IVCS. ErrsiOelOS,
Iteh, Scurfs, Klscoloratlons, Humors nnd diseases
of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, aro liter
ally dug up and cnrrled out of the system in a short
time by the use of tho Bitters. . ,
l'iii, Tapoiiinl oilier Worini, lurking In
the Bvstetn of so many thousands, aro effectually
lad,nFal nml iHimnvod. No RVStem of medicine.
no vermifuges, no anthlmlntlcs, will tree tho
system from worms like Vinegar Bitters.
Cough, and all children's diseases may be 'made.
I V, .... Ki. toonlnf. tlm Tia'Pla tntn With mild
iTJCUKK'N, I.earH'1 mumira, ,,uw,.",
r.rH nnrl nil nhllllrpna fllsPRAPS mar be M1OU0
less Bevero by keeping the bowels open with mild
Anona rt tliM ItlttaN. This wonderful remedT is
especially ndapted to tho systems of children, for
purifying herbs alono glvo It its remarkable cura
tive powers. It contains no alcohol, opium or
other poison. . . ,j
un. if,i,,,nlA nmtiiiliiltifa. in vounir or old.
married or slnele. nt the dawn of womanhood, or
nt nr thld Tl ttpra hna nn em
luritlcs burst through the skin In Eruptions or
niMncn tr. when obstructed and sluirtrlsh in
1 inniian litn wixinif.fi luiiuu xucu iidwi'
the veins; cleanse It when It Is foul! your feelings
will tell youwnen, anu moucuitu oi vubhjbwui w
m Conclusion t Olvo tho Bitters a trial. It
will speak for itself. One bottle Is a better guar-
I, a mnta than n 1 PTIirl h If fll Vl,rttflement.
In diiferent languages.
It. II. iricUontild Drue Co., Proprietors,
San Francisco, Cal . end t!s, ti k fca Washinartoa St.,
uor. uiiaritou ou, jiew lun.
Sold by all Dealers and Druggists.
YOU should not Ho unon vour bed. and bl?h and
cry until jou re dead; but take courago now and
read what's wild, by others who were connned to
their bed before using nr. Kilmer's pk.malu
IP YOU haVO CUttlng. scalding Or Stinging sen-
Buwuua IU IUO IJill nuuti 1UIU1UK UI luu ui. nil-
mer's swA.MiMiooi' nutckiy relieves and cures,
Ask your druggist for lu Mc, t.
IP YOU feel as though water was gathering
around the heart, or hate heart drousy. or cold
hands and feet from poor circulation, ordhtzy at-
Up L'llt.u.ia nf'l'f V.II'L-l'll lj ......... .(OH
to remote an causes ana promptly cure. II.
ii- iuu aro buuenut: iruiu rnronio weaitnesgui
tholuiiirs.or have heiuorrhuiro or dmicult bieath.
lug-iir. Kilmers i.NDiAN LoNsii.Mi'iio.N oil iu
warranted lo jellete, heal und make them strong,
aso. juuruiutgiiium. &ua, 11,
This noted Specialist of Hcranton. Is tho
only spcclullst llils side of New York, l' Ml-
aacinmu nun uuuuio who iuuKcs mi cxclu
sive specialty 01 irciumg cnronic, long
stnnding nnd lingering diseases to which
man and womankind iiru sublcet. such as
Consumption, Ilinnehml nITectlons, Hcrofu.
la, gult ltlu'iun, Loss of Manhood, rikln (Us.
eases, ItlictnnnlUin, L'leers, Old Bores, Kpi
lepsy, Syphilis, Deutness, Loss of Voice,
Chronic Ularrliu'ii.Cliills und Fever, Worms,
i.ivcr cuinpiuini, uuncers, i utiiors, i'uruly
sis, Tape worm, llcnrt disease, A.C., &e,
HTKeumle diseases a specially.
No matter how long you have been suf.
Icrinif nor now many uocinrs you have em
ployed In vain, you should upply to On.
JIorAOiMitr ul once, when lie will tell dp
rently wilhoiit holding out false hopes
whether your dlseaso Is strictly curable or
can omy no reueveu.
lie owes hU wide renutalinn for tlio sue.
ccesful treatment of ull lingering or chronic
discuses to experience and elosu applica
tion for over SO yours, and to no miraculous
What tub I'apbks Bay i
"lie Is skillful honest, enhlent, uprl.'ht nnd re-
jiauie unu ieu ivoruiy ui ine ieupi -s connueuce
und esteem, lleulivays sas exactly what he
meutis una meaui exactly nnui uo nays." bcran
"lie is too useful a man to lOoe,"-iJickavanua
Corner Liciiwanni acd WasMngtca Avccuei,
ir Iff ill
f " rPM
How it Fooh to be Killed In Battle,
At tho battlo of Shiloh I was shot
between tho eyes. I was left on tho
field for dead, published as killed, and
had the rnro pleasure of rending my
obituary in tho local newspaper sev
eral months nficrwnnl, it was a 11110
plcco of writing, full of pathos, and
affected mo strangely. Testimony of
that kind ought to convince nny fair
minded court thnt I really died for my
ij(iu 11 try, and ought to ktiow something
about how it feels to go honco In a
glorious cause, I will therefore try to
tell J oil how itjlooked to ono who has
been to the margin of the dark river,
though it seems I didn't quite cross
over after all.
When tho shock struck mo It seem
as if I was struck with a ctowbar com
ing endwise nt great speed. A
thought of lint kind passed through
my mind at that time. I felt tho
mi'slto tear through my head as plainly
as I ever felt anything, though it did
not do so, and 'I felt tho nir rush
through after it and chill my brain. I
was conscious what seemed to bo two
or threo minutes, from the nmount of
thinking I did, but it might not havo
been more than as many seconds, for
I have since learned ttia, tlio mum can
sometimes work with inconceivable
The first feeling that camo over mo
was one of most, Urnblo disappoint
mcnt. It was nbsolutelv crushing
It was not a feeling of regret that I
was cut down at tho dawn ot man
hood I nevtr thought of that but it
was a feeling ot cruel disappointment
that 1 had not been spared to get to
tbo battery upon which wo were
charging at tho timo I was hit. A
moment betote, my blood had uecn
seething witli thnt indescribable frenzy
nf nvi'itninont. vvliipli imn nntv lm t.
perienced when the veins are bursting
with a thrill that goes through them
, . .t t
when a charge into tllC VCl'V iaWB Ol
death is being made. I was too much
maddened by the intoxication 01 nattio
to think of personal danger. Not a
thought of that kind crossed my mind,
In tho earlier stages of tho earnngo
tho sight of n dead man had sickened
me, and I had telt my cheek blanching
and my knees trembling when the
blood "of a comrndo reddened the
earth, but not now. Ail leeung 01
, ' . . ,
timidity had been swept away by tho
mntrnntism of that sublime moment
when victory was in sight. 1 fell
tigerish, and thirsted for vengeance.
I wanted to get to that battery, and 1
wanted to cet thoro bail, 1 was strain
ing every nerve to that end, and to bo
cut down at tlio moment when victory
was almost within gisvp, with shouts
of defiant triumph bursting from my
powdorstained lips, I tell you, friends,
it was ' simply awful. Nothing in
lacnaco can paint tho wretched feeling
of disappointment that overwhelmed
mo at thnt cruel moment. Had l been
spared to reach the guiif, 1 believe I
coulo havo died without a regret, but
, rp . , . i.. f .t... 1.
U1U Juu WBB
finished was a calatLlty tOO lircac to
- " '
And exprts-iion in words.
immediately alter beinc lilt i leit
myself sinking into a dazed condition,
and then came a season of debate with
mvsclf as to whether I was alivo or
dead. I had a ho'e straicht through
my head big enough lo admit a good
sized cane, I thought ; therefore I must
bo dead. A man in my fix would
hnvo been killed instantly, benco I was
most certainly dead so far as the body
was concerned. I could not be alive.
It was contrary to all prfcedent.
But Homo other faculty of mind would
combat this argument and try to con
vince mo that I was still alive. "I can
move my band or my foot," I would
reason, "and a corpse couldn't do that;
so I'm alive after all." "But I don't
movo my hand or mv foot," the other
faculty would insinuate. "I simply
think I do ; so I must bo dead. My
brains aro scattered over tlio ground.
There's no doubt about that, for I
felt them go, and that means instant
deatli ; so of course I'm actually dead."
And so it went until I lost all con
sciousness ; one part of the .brain try
ing to convince mo that I was dead,
and another trying as persistently to
pesuade mo that 1 was alive, all in a
dreamy, Semi-conscious sort of way,
gradually growing fainter and fainter,
somewhat like the sensation of going
.there was no feeling of pain; no
thought of death, except as a stubborn
fact that could not bo avoided. Not
a thought of my past life : no thought
of friends or home. Not tlio slightest
regret of my untimely taking off, nsido
irom tno temporary reeling ot disa
pointment above reterred to. JNot n
single pang thnt all my hopes and am
bitions had como to a standstill. Mv
future status was not once considered
There was no hopo of heaven, no fear
ot hell. 1 heard no celestial music
I was not uplifted by angel hands and
borno gently away. No seraphic be
ings robed in light, flitted before mo
with rustling wings. No dark forns
glowered upon mo and barred tlio way
to tho realms ot ioy. 1 was simply
drifting away from conscinuaiies in a
manner not at all iincomtortablo ; mv
last recollection being the mental de
bate as to whether I was alivo or
wi, ., .,.11 1.,., ,l.i ,1,1. fl,,
, lc ",u
battle field may not have been in many
feelings at tho timo when I believed
I m- lnn mnmnnt nml n,A 1 TTorl T
I , . 1 , F .
really died beforo recovering consci
otisness stmh wotiM Imlend liavn linen
1 remained in n senseless condition
four days, ond when I camo to the
noise of battlo was still ringing in my
ears, i lie debate was resumed, but in.
stantly dropped by tho introduction of
i pnnvinninir tpstltnnnv thnt 1 was still
'"nvinuini, irsinnoiiy inni t was sun
among the living. lIy head was
crontlv pwnllon, nnrl iwmpl liurctiiiK
with pain. I was entirely bliiul.myeyt'n
beinf; oornpletely closcil by the swolleii
condition of mr bead nnd tho matter
irom the wound, winch had caked
over them. Tlio blood had matted all
over my faco in a thick crust. I was
111 tho liOHintnl, nnd somebody was at
work trying to nrinc my loaturcs
onco moro into daylight, and ho was
doing it in a manner that was torture.
This had probably brought mo back
to consciousness. Ltne Jiroxcn in
Thero is an old signboard hanging
under tho trocs on the chief s'.reot of
Hetlilc'hem, Pa., weather beaten and
blistered, whereon in seen a. pciuaro-
shouldered house, presenting to tho
spectator its gablo end, beforo which
niiuo host, attired in brown knicker
hoekem, is conversing with nn old In
dian in a yellow blanket, while a tmv
elor in a bag wig, gnlloplng upon an
excited steed, linns nun with uplilted
arm. Furthermore, wo nro inlonned
in good English print thnt this is tho
Moravian Sun Inn, llcthleheni, I'a., es
tabl'iidied in 1728.
Thero aro three companions wllh
whom n man should always keep on
good terms tils wile, ins stomach,
1 and his conscience.
Kidney CoilllllallltH Atuotiir llolll
Hcxch mill All Akvh A ilrl
ah akch-a nriiiiimi
There Is sompthlnsr stnrtllne In tlio rnplil In-
creiuo of kidney diseases nmontr tlio American
peopio wiinin n lew years past.. .Many causes pe
culiar to rcrtaln classes tend to prodiico find ng-
f iuvmu iiirse iruuuun ns, lor example, cnreieas
Ivlng, mcrwork and exposure. Dr. Davit Ken
nedy, of lloundout. N. V.. is often ronnratulatert
on tlio exceptional success of ins mcdlclno cnlled
"favoruo ncmcdy" In ".muting and radically cur.
Ing these most palnfnt nnil dangerous disorder.
Proofs of this, llko tlio following, nro constantly
brought to his attention, nnd nre published by blm
tor tho snko of thousands of other sufrercrs whom
ho desires to reach nnd benefit. Tho letter, there
fore, may bo of vital Importancn to vou or to
aomo ono nhom you know. It Is from one of tho
bent known and popular druggists In thonnonnd
growing city from -which ho writes, whero thosm
Interested may And Mr. Crawford nt Ills placoot
business on the coiner of .Main and Union Kts.i
. .. .. frainnrin.n, Mass ..Mnrch SJ, lsl.
Dr. IMMd Kennedy. lloundout, N. Y.
Djar sirs For ten years I had been mulcted
w Ith kidney dlsosse In Its most acuto form. What
I Buffered must bo left to tho Imagination, for no
ono can appreciate It except thoso who lmo gone
through It, 1 resorted to many physicians and
many different kinds ot treatment, and spent n,
great deal ot money, only to find myself older nnd
worse than ever. 1 may say that 1 used twenty,
nve bottles of n preparation widely advert Ised
n 1 specillo for this precise sort of troublos,ncd fnun t
!Lc.n. Ir?'' useless-at least In my case. Your
"FAoitlTR Hi:MKDY"-I say It with n perfect
recollection of all thnt wasdono for mo besldos--ls
tho only thing that did mo tho slightest good, nnd
am happy to admit that It gave 1110 permanent ro.
1 liavo recommended "KAVOUITE HUM
hl) ' to many people ror kidney dlscas, nnd they
nil ngrep wltn mo in saying that mt, KKNNKDY'3
i A ultlTK 11KMKDY has not Its equal In tho wide
world for this distressing nnd often fatal complaint.
Lse this letter us j ou deem liesl for tho bennt ot
others. Yours, Sc., I.YMAN CltAWKOIlD.
EEUEE'S Will MM,
ax Aitsoi.UTi: cttm: rou
rrHIl nif.U stubtKirn ciifc yield rorwllly to It
I nml liainut failed to Cuioii sinlu cue
JL wlicro directions aro followed. ItaencccEs
1ms been tvuuirknhlfliind Itictirrs wonder
ful. It Is tlio motfucccssful jireparntlon In tlio
market Tor CATAHHII and tlio only ono that
promise nn Almilutn. I'oftltlwt Cur' It Is
truly n blclnif to m.inklnd. A Trial in ull
tliut Ih nktd f'nt' It. Unco used It Is fihva8
recommended. So.id for lctlmonlals of actual
it hah o rgVAl Foil
A POSITIVE CURE IS ASSURED.
One bottle Is Rcnerally minclent for a cure. Stop
taKlnir (Quinine. Atrial ontv Is asked for Kel-
LCU'S ('ATAUK1I lil'-MGlir. It IS a SI'I'.CIl'IO
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braoh, or IndltrcMion: llatulcncy and ncld eructa
tions, bowels alternately costuo and latj iirap
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appearance ot iho skin atid eyes; a dry cough;
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8 S4 13 CD
S 41 ill 21
8 40 1'J in
8 SI 14 C18
8 27 13 01
8 23 11 M
8 17 11 51
8 30 ....icranton,...
8 20 licllcvuc...
8 id .. Lackawanna..
8 10 l'lttsum
8 01 ..West 1'ittstou.
a.m. tun. p.m.
(1 K) o 15 2 Ki
C 15 9 20 2 10
0 20 9 211 3 15
0 27 9 31 2 23
0 .11 9 41 2 30
0 40 9 41 2 30
(I 41 9 53 2 41
(1 49 9 VI 2 41
0 51 10 013 4
i, 58 10 HB 2 50
0 58 10 05 'I 50
7 03 10 10 3 55
7 07 10 153 0)
7 12 10 20 3 m
7 1.1 10 2.13 10
7 21 10 82 3 27
7 37 10 113 I'D
7 50 11 11 3 5J
7 57 1 013 58
8 01 11 114 05
8 10 11 20 4 13
8 11 II 25 4 16
8 18 11 29 4 21
8 25 11 30 4 27
8 30 11 414 31
8 30 1 50 4 40
8 41 11 55 4 10
8 13 11 Ml
8 US 11 47
8 03 11 IT
8 0.1 11 43
42 l'lyinouth Juno
Ml 11 :
SI 11 31
Ml 11 30
, as ....Plymouth..,.
1 31 .... Avondalo. .
731.., Nantlcoko ..
7 au.llunlock's creek
7 13 .Milckshlnny..
T 00 nick's Ferry .
(1 51 ..lieiclillnveu..
0 t; lierulck ....
0 41 .lirlar crock..
0 3S ..t'liiow move.,
T 41 11 211
7 SO 11 12
7 18 11 Ml
7 11 10 51
7 U.1 10 4T
fl M 10 41
II 51 10 3S
0 50 10 31
6 43 1C 27
II 30 PI 21
a 30 10 10
0 3l,...I.I ro ltldife.
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0 08 0 511
00 U 19
8 53 12 13 5 Ol
9 0.1 12 25 13
9 03 12 2.15 17
5 5.1 !) 45
5 45 1
5 40 II 33
5 :!.!, Northumberland; u 25 12 40 5 85
a.m. 'a.m. a.m. p.m
W. F. HALSTEAD, Hupt.
Superintendent's oIMo. Sarauton, Feb.lat,18
Philadelphia & Erie R. R. Divis
ion, and Northern Central
In effect Nov. 8th. 18S5. Trains leave Sun-
9.40n. m.. Sea Shore Exureas (dally excent
Sunday), lor Il.trrlstmrt; and lutcrmcdlate stations,
arriving at Philadelphia 3.15 p. in. ; New Vork,
0.20 p. m. ; Ualllniorc, 4.40 p. in. ; Washlnui ou,
d.du p. m., couueciiii; ui. i iiuaucipiiui lur tui sou
Shore points. Through passenger coach to
1.43 p. m. Day exnres-
dally excout Sundayl.for llnrrlsbuiv and lnterme
uiato stations, arriving at r u 1 1 a u e i p u 11.
0.50 p. m. ; Now York, 9.35 p. m. ; Ilaltlmor,
0.45 u. m. ! Wusliliiirton. s.oo d. m. Parlor an
through to l'hll.idelphla und pasbengcr coaches
turougii to rmiaueipiua aim iiaiuu'ore.
1,00 p. in, l.euovu Accuiumuuuuon uaio
tor llarnsburg and all Intermediate stations, nrrlv
Ins at Philadelphia 4 25 a. m. ; New York 7.00 a. m
luitlmore, 6.25 m. ; Washington 0.30 a. m.
bleenluir car accommodations cnu be secured a
I Ian lsburir tor l'lilladelnhla nnd New York. On Sun
days utluougti sleeping cir will bo run; on this
train irom wiuiamsp no riiiiaueipuni.ruuaaeipni.i
passengei's can rcmatn In sleeper undisturbed until
7 a. in.
ton. m. Erie jiaii (daily except Monday,
tor llarrlsbun; and Intermediate stations,
arriving at Philadelphia 8.25 a. m. New York,
11.30 a. in. ; jiuiunioru .io n. in. ; asuuigiou, v.zo
a.m. Through Pullman sleeping caraaie run on
this train to Philadelphia, liallluioro and Washing
ton, and through pasoenger coaches to Philadel
phia and llaltlmoie.
5.20 a. in. Erie Mall (dally except Sunday), fo.
Erie and all intermediate stations and Caunndal,
gua and Intermediate btntlous, Kochester, liutla
lo and Niagara Falls, with tin ough Pullman 1'al
aco cara and passenger coaches lo Erie and lioch
ester. 9.53-News Express (dally except Sunday) (or
Lock Haven and Intermediate stations.
1.00 p. in. Niagara Expies (daily except Sun
day) lor Kane niidliiteuucdUtostatlons and Can
audulgua and principal Intermediate stations,
Uochestcr, lluilalo and Nl.ig.iru Kalis wltu
through passenger coaches tu Kauo and hochester
and Parlor carlo Ullllamspoit.
5.30 p. in. i'lisi Lino (dally except Sunday)Ior Ite.
novo and intermediate stations, und Elmlru, Wai
kins and luUTinedl.au stations, with through pas
senger coaches to Itenovo und Watklns.
' 9.20 a. in. Sunday mall lor itenovo and Interme
TUltOUUII TltAINS FOIt SUNIlUltY F1IOMTUK
EAST AND SOUTH.
Sunday mall leaves Philadelphia 4.30 a. m
llarnsburg 1.40 arriving at bunbury 9.20 a. m. with
thioughslceplngcar nam l'hliadelphla to Wll
llamspoit. News Express leaves Philadelphia 4.30 a.m.
Harrlsburg, 8.10 a. m. dally except Sunday
arriving at Suubury 9.53. a. in.
Niagara Express leaves
Philadelphia, 7.40 a. m. ; Baltimore 7.30 a. m. (dally
except Sunday arriving at suubury, 1.00 p. in.,
with through Parlor car Irom l'hliadelphla
and through passenger coaches from Philadel
phia and Uultlmore.
Fast Lino loaves New York 9.00 a. m. ; miladel
phla,ll.50 a. in. ; Washington, 9.60 a. m. ; Haiti
more, 10.45 a. in., (dally except Sunday) arriving at
bunbury, 5..H) p. in., with through passengei
coaches from Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Erie Mall leaves New York 8.U) p. in. ; I'hlladel.
phla, 11.20 p. in. j Washington, lil.i u . m. ; Haiti-moi-u,
11.20 p. in., (dally cxccpt.Saturday) arriving
at bunbury 5.15 a. in., with thiough l'ulluiau
Sleeping curs from I'hlludelplila, Washington and
iiultluiuro and through passenger coaches from
NUNimitv, iiA.i.ino.N .t wn.KiNiiAititi:
ItAll.ltllAU AMI .Mill I 11 AMI WtHI
(Dally except suuuay.)
Wllkesbarro Mail leaves bunbury 10.00 a. m.,
arriving at moom t erry iu.w a. in., uues-uarre
12.18 p. m.
Expiess East leaves Sunhury 5.45 p. in., arriving
at luoom t erry p. in.. uses-uarre i.osp. ui
sunhury Mall lcaea Wilkcsburre 10. pi u. in. arrlv
Ing ut llloom Ferry 12.15 p. in., Hunbury 12.55 p. ra
Exuress West leaves wllkes-barrc 2.45 D. tu.. ar
riving at Bloom Ferry 4.15 p. m.,bunuury 6.10 p.m.
Sundar mall leaves Suubury 9.25 a. ra.. arriving
nt llloom Ferry 10.14 a. in. Mlkes-Ilarro ll:3t a.m.
bunuay accommouation leaven v uxes'iiarre sua
p. in., arriving at moom Ferry, 0.43 p. in., bunoury,
1:45 p. tn.
C1IA. E. I'UOII, J. It. WOOD,
Oen. Manager. Hen. Passenger Agent
pa- mARVELLOUS PRICES.
1. The HIJow Hcdott 1'npfrt. wj
tttrwbUh jour rau iiuUrr luhl Ull Uttj ciUd, ui
UliJ-ulMfuonf u-dr tt tier VV
J. Funey W ork for Home AdonimmU " tu
Urel orfc uiwii Hit lubject, wolwuiui 111; ui
Vnclh.l In.tructlou ht D.llui ffMJ Uikiw, U
rHickflti, lirkit, M41t wtrlt. iubiUir, iw., tW., J.W
1. lJrhaiiir fulrr lotif for lh oii. TU
Aumi oolitcitan r ftry iton r pubUibai. 1 ! cniu
ratll U4llhWi with them.
. Tho l.idT ut I lie Lake. r Sir Vfclur Nti.
Tb tkly of lit Ukf U rommoo In mia. ai I ttl
Ui workio twil aiDt 1 matt bcauiirui lata ibu.
6. UuiiumI of iHIijuttte for i.alic u4 Ufiiilrratt, t
guilt w MiitacM ani ioo4 breUD, (tilu to ruiu (
luujarn tilquvtu fur all oceuiooi.
6. Tito stuitUrd letter Writer for talin ait
f&tUiua, a aumpiet utlt to owrrpualat gtviai
i.Ulu dlrantloat fur ttia oomaMltUo ot Itturi of trtr
BI04. "'IB 1Bwiiiii mim mil bhi.,
jUI ittrm(, jrtit tniUleili, ul ttblui ai
. IHalufur. Iteeltatlou and Iteadliifa. aln
nl cbQiet wlleitlu fur Hhtxl tttiltlttUB u4 pablli tui
V I'urlor Mutflo mail Che ml rat Kipe rlmenUt
a book btcb uiu hu u poffurm buairtJi f aaiunnn
irickalB ioiU o4 UilrUra ipiliuau vita laipl
tlan cuutalalnf buoJid ef tic Ileal ewk.B rcl(ti
Bit4 niaia tn nvuacacvperi, ai4 irinof bow w uif an sow
bjoq allmroU bj akuipla hum HwtJf
II. llunnera unil Cutluma In far Awar Land.
a very laiftllo au4 lut(ucUl boo vt Irattli, Uianb
btuiiia or furia wuoui, iuutrai4.
li, MUtoeR i'ouplel blarlra bf Topalar iothori,
ubraalBi buiuurou anl tuuilta itonn, itorlci of
uUiv IU. ft ajTiaur, tit rallr lift, t., all Tir la
Uraitlnr, 11. TbttHuJgrt.of U'H, Humor and Fu,aln
roiiwwa or in lunar iwrin, ! mi, auloti tnt
aad Jukti ibat fcatt pito iltta fur loma jutt ( llut
14. t'rul kanwledaa for Iba lllllloa. ahaadf
lJulif um full n lur maUua lur all, VioB laaitf as4 Virlubl
iet . nitiirail.
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nun nurnii ai i rrt nrrrn. vt
uuit urity uMLLtu urrtni
I..M, lir.ifl.i.4 C.Utr, .1 M.&ff Ui4r, .ai Jim tt
Complete Novels and Other Works, by Famous Authors, Almost Given Away!
Tht fullowloi booki trtub1Uhlln ut ptmpblct torn. aiuy f ibtn kftndtuwelf llluilriitcd(nA U rr riot
Irani aaad t D0 UDOII PPr. lUtf U 1 ttl iwlelj f 6jU. bJ wt tUHU k u ckU tiatulb 1
The First Header.
A won Bcliool-teacher entered tho
hook-sloro near Greenville, Mlsa.,a few
days niiice, dragging nfier her n omall
fat hoy, who held in ono littlo paw n
mutilated "first loader,'' and with tho
other wiped his weeping eye nnd pug
"Have yon any first readers except
thce ?'' nlud tho school. teacher.
"Any except these t" repeated tho
book-uiai. "Why, mVain,' tin so nro
tho nlco little books I sold you the
other day surely you haven't nny ob
jection to them V
"Tho Imve pictures !n the in and tho
boys can't, learn anything fiom them,''
aid tho lonrftil teacher.
"Xot learn because of iho pictures
inipos-ible I Why ma'am, the pictures
are put thero fur the purpose of help
ing tlio scholars to lenrn. Allow mo
loivo you a lesson in the nit." Then
turning to the boy : ''Come, sit in
this chair my man, nnd let me see if
you are not a wisu fellow. Tnko your
book an 1 begin hero on this p.iue
now leok good at tho picture, then
spell the word."
The boy having elf nred nwny sulll
eient teai'4 and dirt to cnablo him to
-cc. sat upon a chair with the stumped
toed boots Uo feet from the floor, nnd,
taking tho book, began.
"D-o g, dog."
"Ah,"' said tho bookseller ; "you see,
ma'am. Now. my man," he added, sit
ting down and closing his eyes compla
cently, "no a-, my man. preceed."
"Hat, mouse. P-i-g, hog," pro
ceeded the boy.
"No, nn, not so fast," cried the hook
seller, startled. "Why," vou Bee this
fellow en! ing cheese U too large to be a
mouse, m we call him a rat , and this
nnimal eating potato-parinijs is too
small It be a hot;, so wo rail him n pig;
understand ! Well, cr on, then, and
look attentively at the picture"."
"P-a-i-l, bucket. I-n-k, inkstand,''
spelled tlio boy.gazing nt the pictures.
' Ni, uo," cried the bookseller, and
boi.Mii to explain. Tho explanation
Ins'ed omo twenty minutes, after
which the bookseller said ncain :
' UndeiNianil, now 1 Well, then, iio
on acain nnd he sure to look close at
tho pictures, so you will know what
Tho boy began again with his noso
inmost tiiuciiiiig tlio pace.
"V n-t, tub. Q ti-i ., feather. O-x,
"Stop I" roared tho bookseller.
I'lic boy stopped, put down thtb'ok,
acii took up a howl.
".Madame,'' said tho bookseller t t lie
school-teacher, "I will order a lot of
unilliistiaicd first readers tn-morr v
Spesial OJora of tho Orango.
Tho ornnco treo usually cultivated
for tho perfume of its flowers is tho
Bigatardier tho fruit of which is bit
ter and non-edible. It is a species tit
known in Amerioi. But of all kinds of
non-producing oranes the Bergamot
is really tlio ocst. Its essence is tho
foftcst, tho most exquisite. Tlio color
of the essenco is a clear creen, witli
yellow as it ijets older. It is tho henv
iest of all tho perfumes of tho orapgo
llowcr, and the most evanescent, unless
care is taken to change tho fhsk or
other vessel Irom time to time, when it
is frund to preserve its odor the lena
"St. It dissolves in alcohol at 28 de
grces. ilie issence is extracted 111
Sicily or at Ueggin, opposite Mission,
by tlio joitow met hod: llio men or
women habituated to the opeia'ion
tako in tho hand a piece of tlio tine
liaik, which thoy compress A'ith two
lingcis. In the other hand they li Id
v sponge ith which the oil ia'inkcn
1 IT by lepeated applications. When
tho spD'i!o is s ittir ite 1 the oil is ux
piessidinio a vetsel ready to receive
it. The ts-uueu of bergamot is em
ployed iu medicine to strengthen the
body or correct the odor of offensive-
ingri (iienis. it enters into yanous
odormis compounds and pomades, and
toilet waters sue mado of it. The
bark is taken a littlo beforo maturity.
dried, and sold for .1 variety of piopa-
Perfumers nso it as tlio base of per
fumed powdeis. It is considerably
used for preserves and bonbons. Or.
ango leaves, especially those of :he Hi
garadier or non-edible orange, aro
gathered and used for infusion". "The
trees aro not despoiled opccinlly for
this purpose, but on'y tho branches or
twigs cut oil in tho process of care
and cultivation. They aro dried in the
shade and th-n put on tho fnarket. In
1818 dried orange leaves were sold at
2i) franccs to 200 pounds. This
utilization of a product, which cannot
be used in tho present stato of tho o.
ango culture in California, is another
illustration of the extreme economy of
tlio French agriculturalist, which per
mits nothing to bo lost.
Tho Indians of Alaska nro skillful
silversmiths, nnd their silver bracelets
in particular arc in demand. A lame
woikman is in special repute, and ho
sells dozens of bracelets at goud prices
on tho arrival of each steamer. This
Indian is a very rapid workman, nnd
from a piece of coin ho will raako a
beautifully chased ring in an hour or so
with his nide tools. Tho heads of ani
mals and of Indian characters aro in
cluded in his designs.
What the Letters Stood For.
"What do thoso letters stand fori"
asked a curious wife of her husband, as
sho looked at his Masonic seal. "Well,
really, my love," ho replied encourag
ingly, "I presumo it is because they
can't sit down." Sho postponed further
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