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This powder novor varies. A marvel of Duritv
BtrentftU and wliolcsomcncss. .Moro economical
than ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold In comnc.
tlon w Ith tho tnultltudo ot low test, short w clifh
alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in canI
10VA1.1IAKIKJ l'OWDKIl CO,. WttllMt., N. V.
FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1880.
CORHLCT Bl 11.110 ID Tilt TA8LK.
Trains on tUo Philadelphia & It u. leavo ltupcrt
as follows i
:3B a. m. U:4U r. m.
3:4 P. m. :13 p. m.
Trains on tho D, L. 4 W. 11. n. leave Moomsbunr
js follows s b
0:17 a. in. 8:?.) a. m.
ltMOa.m. 11:41 a. m.
8.30 p. m. 4:is n, m,
e:3o p. m. 8:47 p. m.
Trains nn tho N.&W. 11. Hallway pass Bloom
Ferry as follows i
10:5i 0. 111.
(Ui p. Hi.
10:1 1 a m
lSiin p. m.
4:15 p. in.
I4tinil(ure nt l'rlvulc Hi.le.
On nccoutit of locating ulsowLcro tho
Uov. Father Clark will disposo of tho
following personal property at tho Itco
tory on Third struct. A magnificent
Smith American parlor organ (15 stops),
cost 165 a few months ago will Bell
for $100 cash, a rosewood music box
VG timet), a violin (now), a finely hand
carved black walnut book caso and sec
retary, a black walnut revolving book
case, a largo black walnut library cen
tre table, a combination leather Btnok
ing and library easy chair, a plush li
brary lounge, a beautiful black walnut
marblo top bed room act, with bevelled
plate glass, swinging mirror on bureau
and wash stand, 30 yards best body brus
sels, 10 yards good Tapestry, 4 Smyrna
rugs (new), 2 rugs, partly used, 2 uow
hair mattresses, a Bilver tea set, a cora
pleto imported dinner set (150 pieces),
a small self-feeding library stove, used
only 2 mouths, lace curtain?, cornice
poles, oil paintings and engravings and
many other usoful and ornamental ar
ticles. The90 goods can bo seen any
day this week at residence.
F. Edw. Clakkk, Rector.
Uov. II. C. Monro, administrator, will
' Bell vnluablo real estate on premises la
Madison township on Saturday, July 31.
For Sale. Tho undersigned will sell 40
or 00 acres, moro or less, to suit purchas
ers, (ruin the south side of his farm in
Hemlock township. Thrco good springs
of water, good building site, public road
through tho land, about G acres of timber,
small stream of water through land. Price
$15 per aero in payments. For particulars
Inquire of Iteuben Uomboy, Iluckhorn, or
Geo. E. Elwcll, Uloomsburg. J4,G mos.
Foil Samc. A yery desirable property,
on Market street in tho town ot Ulooms
burg, Pa. nearly opposite Hev. D. J.
Waller. Lot 01 feet in width and 103 feet
in depth. An alley on the north and cast,
lot of I). J. Waller on tho south. Market
street on tho west. Tho dwelling house is
a largo two story brick with Mansard roof,
water, gas and sewer draluage, a good
largo stable, good fruit, and good well of
Also a houso and lot in Catuwlssa front
lag on 3rd street, abovo Pino street, a good
two story frame dwelling houso with two
story kitchen attached.
Miciiakl F Eykki.v
April 7. '80. If. liloomsburg, Pa.
Foit Sals. Two "nouses and lots ou
Canal street. Desirable, cheap homes, and
pay well to rent.
Also, one of tho llncst residences in
Uloomsburg, corner of Fifth and Centre
itreets. Having all tho latest improve
ments, steam heat, water, gas, water clos-
tsand bathroom. Good barn, fruit and
irnnmcutnl trees, large lot. A rare chance
for a fine home. Apply to
J. II. Mai.e,
Cor. Main and Oentro Sts.
County Commissioner Mendcnliall Is
taking a western trip.
Mrs. J. J. Brower is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Lingle, at Uellofonte.
Prof. Waller went to Lock Haven on
Monday to attend tho examination at the
William h. McIIenry, Moses McIIenry
and T. II. Edgar of Stillwater wero in
town on Monday on business.
Commissioners Polio and Parr and Clerk
Casey attended a hearing on appeals from
assessment of taxes, at Ashland ou Wed
nesday. J. M. Btavcr nnd O. W. Funston took a
07 mile run on their bicycles on Sunday,
going to Milton and buck. They were
about 8 hours oil tho road.
Daniel Lee, formerly Register and He
corder of this county was in town on Wed
nesday attending tho Bomboy audit. Ho
la at present living at Whito Hall.
Shickshlnny will celebratu the Fourth
A travelling band mado music on the
streets on Tuesday.
(tolllcplan festival at tho rink this Frl
day and Saturday evenings.
Thoy wero 710 pupils enrolled in tho
public schools of this town last year.
Banvillo is making arrangements
for a f'rent cclobration of tho Fourth of
Hon. I. K, Krlckbiuim announces his
namo this week as a candidate for asso
Tho Callleplan society will hold a re
union ou Wednesday evening, Juno 23d.,
la Normal hall.
Tho Uloomsburg Ilcforincd Congregation
will hold their festival nt the Hlnk on Fib
day und Saturday evenings, tho 25th and
In the absonco of tho Secretary wo were
unablo to get the council proceedings
this week. Will try to get them for ourl
Mrs. Martha M.
, -.v..w. in, mu UUU1U
of her son Jacob In Madison township,
"""" "seu im years, 7 months and 14
Mcthcrcll's orchestra is engaged for tho
picnic at Oak Grove.
migh on tho 23d. They can count on good
ill US iu,
Mrs. Catlmrlno Johnson, wlfo of Daniel
Johnson, died Juno Oth aged 80 years, 10
days. She was tho mother nf li .'tt.un
81 grand children and 73 great grand
Tllfl ITnr.tul.i, -., i , . ,
!. nn.i i . . K . 'r,ot ccieuratcu
its yniii i;Hi,,t i. u. i
i : " " oawruav, ana
observed tho occasion by issuintr a 10
Mr. H, W. Oswald iinil Mlo. T.I..I- lf.
ley, daughter of .Major H. 1. Hanlcy, wero
married at tho residence of tho bride's par-
. in Jicrwick on Wednesday.
The Treasurer's salo of lands for- taxes
was well attended last Monday. A num.
her of tracts were not sold and tho salo was
adjournctt until Wednesday tho 23rd.
Mrs. 8. O. Jayno of Berwick received n
box of wedding cake from tho White House.
Tho boxes nro said to lmvo cost $12 each.
Mrs. Jayno is related to tho President.
Tho Gazette says that M. A. Davis who
recently revived tho Independent, has left
town, and that the paper will bo conducted
by Postmaster Bowman, tho former pub
Usher. Strawberries have been very plenty the
past week. Two boxes for a quarter is the
lowest price tlicy have reached here, whllo
In Danville wo are told they have been sell
for 7 cents a box.
A party of young men who wero out boat
ing on Long Pond, near Hazleton.last Sun
day were capsized and two of them were
drowned. One of them, Stanley Jacobs,
was a cousin of H. W. Jacobs of this office.
Tho new school board has organized by
tho election of J J. Lawall president, S.
ICnorr, treasurer, nnd J. C. Brown, sccro
tary. Friday evening, the 25th Inst, was
fixed for tho selection of teachers for the
The Exchange Hotel nnrlnr la n
some and convenient apartment. It has
recently been provided with a new Brussels
carpet.and some new chairs of comfortahlo
sluipo and pretty deslcn. Tho hnnin U n
model hotel from cellar to garret.
Tho Library Docket, a legal publication, is
a factious sheet. In a recent issuo it
printed tho "April fool" story in full. The
Bellefonto Watchman must look to Its
laurels, or tho Doelil will surpass it In
choice literature of that particular kind.
Tho 1 & 11. 1?. f!n ,mur r,,n
through cars to Philadelphia and Now
York duily, except Sunday. There is
an "observation" car to Philadelphia,
Without (nnlnP(l RlflnH. Uflinrnfrnm ,tria.
senjjera can fully taku in tho beauties
ui me landscape.
The work of grading on the Milton and
Shlckshinny railroad was begun on Tues
day, with a forco of 25 men. It is said
that 40 Italians will be added to tho force
soon. Tho point of operation is about a
mile from Jerseytown nt what is known as
tho tunnel. It is n cut of nbout 80 feet.
Thero was a trout dinner at Perry's
hotel in Sngarloaf a week ago last
Saturday, which was largoly attended
by tho citizens of that section. Many
wont up from Ilenton. Wo aro in
formed that thero will bo a similar
party at Win. Cole's this Thursday.
Palmcrston, tho blooded young stallion
that has been at J. W. Gibbs' stable for the
past two seasons, wl'l bo returned to Phila
delphia on the first of August. To the
admirers ot good stock this wiU be a loss,
as this horse has a first class pedigree, aud
his colts have proven entirely satisfactory
in every instance.
We havo received copies of a paper
called Our JAttle World, printed aud
published at tho Pennsylvania Institu
tion for the Deaf and Dumb, at Phila
delphia. It is neat in workmanship,
and tho contents aro interesting.
Thero aro at present threo pupils fiom
this county in tho school.
At tho Episcopal Convention, held
at Williainsport last week, the follow
ing persons were elected deputies to
the General Convention, which meets
in Chicago next Octobci: Clcrical,Uev.
Mr. Leveictt, llev. J. II. Hopkins, D.
D., Uov. II. L. Jones and C. F. Knight,
D. D.i lay, 1!. A. Lambeiton, LL. D.,
Henry Coppee, LL. D., It. A. Mercur
and IJ. O. Menncr.
Tnc senior class nt tho Normal passed
the examinations last week without the re
jection of a single member. Tho class
numbers slxiy-threo and is the largest ever
graduated at this school. Tho examination
of the junior class resulted in the admis
sion of forty-nlno to tho senior class for
next year. Thero will be some additlous
to tills, which may make the class of '87
even larger than '80. Tho Normal is now
recognized as one nf tho leading institutions
of leurning In the state.
List of letters remaining In the Po3t Of
fice at Uloomsburg for week ending June
Mrs. G, S. Ungcnbucb, Miss Clara Hilc-
man, Miss .Mary Heppard.
.Mr. Jos.Detrlch, Chas. Emery, Mrs. L.
Mrs. Barbara Zimmerman.
Persons calling for these letters will
please say "advertised."
Uisokok A. Cunt, P. M.
The ladies of tho Senior class having
gone safely through the hands of the Ex-
amlniug committee, are now busily engug.
ed with tho dress-makers getting ready
their giaduatlng costumes. We aro not In.
formed us to tho stylo of dresses to bo
worn, but presume they will be of an ex.
nenidvo kind, as usual. It is a matter of
regret that tho good examplo set by a
graduating class several years ugu lias not
been followed. Tho ladles wore dresses of
inexpensive material, and in conferring the
degrees tho President of tno noani oi
'trustees complimented them highly upou
their neat appearance, and for their cour.
ago lu deparliug from the long established
custom of graduating iu extravagant dress.
It Is always a burden upon the members ot
tho class oi limited meanj, iinu yet tuey
arc compelled by pride to procure dresses
that are as handsome as inoso oi iiieir
more wealthy classmates. If tho matter
can bo controlled In no other way tho
Faeullv should take it In hand, aud rnako
a mlo regulating tho maximum cost of
llourit of Trntlu.
Tho regular monthly meeting of tho
liniini nf Trade was held III their hall on
Mouday evening, President I). Lowenbcrg.
iu tho chair aim uuout meuim-n into.
t 'rim minutes of last meeting were
read and approved. The evening wus
occupied iu general discussion oi wuiv
would bo tho best courso to pursuo In
order to sccuro tiiocrecuuii ui inmiiimnui.
Ing establishments here.
THE COLTMBIAN AND
Itxctimlon to IUikIc'h Merc,
llenj. G. Welch, General Manager ot tho
Wllllamsport and North Branch Ilftllroad,
offered to tho members of the Lutheran
synod, convened at Ilughcsvllle last week,
tho frco uso ot the railroad for an excursion
to Eaglo's Mcro. Tho generous Invitation
was accepted, and Monday Juno 14tu. set
apart ns tho tlmo for tho excursion, Tho
train left Httghcsvlllo at 0:45 a. m. with n
party of thirty-five, arriving at Muncy Val
ley station a littlo after eight o'clock. Hero
passengers must take tho stage as tho lake
Is nbout six miles distant on tho top ot tho
mountnln. Tho drive Is mado In about
two hours with a heavy load, and wh lie
the road Is up tho mountains it Is remark-
ablo for Its smoothncsss nnd tho abscuco of
rocks. At the lako thero are now threo
large hotels tho Allegheny House, tlio Point
Brcozo House, and tho Lakeside, Besides
these hotels which can nccon'odato nbout
five hundred guests thero nro numerous
summer cottnges. During thr last year
seven new cottages wero built, and the
foundation is now being laid for a now
The Point Breeze House, E. V. Ingham,
proprietor, is n line linusc, just above the
steamboat landing nt tho lake. There nro
dally malls and post-offico in tho hotel, hIbo
telephone which connects with telegraph
lines to nil points of the United States.
The Lakcsldo Hotel, John S. Kirk, pro
prletor, Is a fine houso having numerous
wide porches, from which tho guests havo
a lino view of tho lako. Mr. Kirk first
visited this place with a view of being
cured of the Asthma. Tho puro nir had
such n beneficial effect on htm that he
spent most of his tlmo thero during tho
season ho. returned each year j growing
better year by year, and finally built his
largo hotel to accomodate the numerous
guests who camo year by year to bo cured
of similar complaints. Mr. Kirk is entirely
cured of the nsthma.
The lako is about a mile and a quarter
long by nearly three-quarters of a mile
wide. The greatest depth Is one hundred
and forty-llvo"feet. At ono side of the lake
arc bathing booths. Here the water is not
deep and renders bathing for ladles and
children absolutely safe. There is no inlet
to the lake, save tho thousands of springs
which bubble up at the bottom. In tho
ccntro of the lake tho water is almost like
ice water even during tho heat of the sum-
mer, but at tho edges It Is moderately
warm and makes bathing dellgtful. The
entire bottom of the lako is covered with a
white sand. A small steam boat and
numerous row boats are ou the lake for the
enjoyment of guests.
Eagle's Merc, formerly Lewis' Lako was
lint discovered by George Lewis, June
10th 1780, just one hundred years ago; lis
name was changed about thirty years ago
to Eaglo's Mere, (Eagle's lake) because of
the numerous eagles that then mado their
nests in the mountains nbout the lake.
Tho lako Is now owned by a syndicate
composed of Hon. It. P. Allen.James Gam
ble and J. It. T. Ryan of Wllllamsport and
the W. & N. B. railroad company. The
cottages being built by Individuals are
beautiful and substantial, ranglug In prices
from 1000 to $5000.
Last year nearly live thousand people
visited this lake, many of whom testified
to the great benefits derived by persons suf
fering from hay fever, catarrh, asthma and
The Nineteenth Annual Convention ot
the Susquehanna Synod of the Lutheran
church met in Hughesille, Wednesday
evening of last week and continued In
session until Sunday evening. Thero were
present nbout fifty clergymen and thirty
delegates. Thursday morning tho olllccrs
of the Snyod wero chosen consisting of
president Uev. J. A. Wirt of Hugucsville i
secretary, Hev. A. B. Miller of Liberty,
Tioga county ; treasurer, J. C. Hi1', of
Williainsport. Thursday was given almost
entirely to business sessions ; In tho even
ing Htv. Dr. Sholl, of Hanover, Pa. gave
an address on tho subject of missions. Frl
day evening Hev. F. W. Stahley.of Watson
town, gavo an Interesting discourse on tho
subject ot Beneficiary Education. Satur
day was given to the consideration of gen.
oral business and tho evening the prepara
tory sermou was given. Sunday morning
the house was overcrowded with people
a great many could not be accommodated.
Tho communlou sen .ces were held. The
sermon was delivered by Bev. J. C. Zlm
merman, Sccretaiy of the Board of Church
Extension. Sunday afternoon thero was
n children's meeting, and Sunday evening
was the ordination services. The sermon
was delivered by Rev. S. G. Shannon, of
Snnbiiry, after which tho following persons
weiu ordained as ministers of tho gospel,
S. V. Dye, of Scllnsgrovr, Mr. McLluu
of Hazleton and Mr. Faber, of Solona,
Citizens of Columbia county, without dis
tinction of race or color, who are in favor
of the abolition of tho llqdor traffic by
law, und have adopted tho Prohibition
party and Its principles as tho means for
accomplishing this end, are requested to
meet lu F. D. Deutler's hall, Main street,
Uloomsburg, Pa , on Saturday, Jr. mi 19th.,
1880, at ono o'clock, p. m. for tho purpose
of electing delegates to represent this
county in the State Convention to bo held
at Harrishurg on August 25th a nil 20th.
Also, to nominate county officers to attcnd
to any other business connected with 'ho
cause. Let there bo n grand rally for homo
and native land. By order of
Chairman otCo. Com,
Colilinciicclilcllt Week 1886.
Sunday, Juno 20, 7i30 P. .1 Baccalau.
reato Sermon by Hon. E. E. Higbeo 1). D.
Opera House. Monday, June 21, 7:45 P.
M, Entertainment by tho Model Echool,
Instltuto Hall. Tuesday, Juno 22. Ex
amlnation ot undergraduates. Tuesday
Ju no 22, 8 P. SI. Address beforo the Lit
erary Societies, by Prof. W. B. Owen.
Instltuto Hall. Wednesday, Juno 23.
Examinations couclirled, Wednesday,
Juno 23, 4 P. M, Class-day Exercises.
Campus. Wednesday, Juno 23, 8 P. M.
Callleplan He-unlon. School Parlors. Thurs
day, Junu 24, 0:30 A. M. Commencement
Exercises. Thursday, Juuo 24, 2:30 P. M.
Alumni Itc-unlou. Dormitory Chapel,
Thuisday, Juno ?1, 7:30 P. M. Senior
Hcccptlou. School Parlors.
I.lzzlc UowullH' Hotly I'omul,
Miss Lizzie Howells, daughter ot John
It, Howells, tho m'.no drill inventor, disap.
peared from her home at Plymouth In a
very mysterious manner on December 2,
1833' Search was made for her but she
could not bo found, It was lltully con
cluded that she had cither been kidnapped
or foully dealt with, Tho body of n girl
answering Miss Howells' description was
found In tho Snsquehnnna river at North
umberland recently. It was Identified by
her father, by tho ring, breastpin and
sacquo that alio wore and taken to Ply.
mouth for burial,
HCOTT'H r.JHII.HIDN OF I'll III?
Cci Liver Oil, With Hypophosphltos.
Is more reliable us an agent In llii euro
of consumption, chronic coughs and emuc
latlon, than any remedy known to medical
science. It Is so prepared that tho potency
of theso two most valuahlo specifics is
largely Increased. It Is also very palatable.
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBTJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Our Clinmniiitin I.ltcrnry nmi Hcl-
etttlt c Circle imttltH Object.
A Chautauqua circle Is not an unusual
thing In almost every city, town and ham
let In tho United States nnd these circles
aro not bound by tho limits ot our owu
country, tho placo of Its origin, but have
rapidly spread till thoy havo ovcisteppcd
tho Canada line, rntcrcd Now Foundland,
boon wafted to tho Sandwich Islands, nnd
cvon the 3,000 miles of tho Atlantic Is not
sufficient to hem In tho lnllticnco which
thoy exert, for South Africa sends encour
aging news of their little gatherings, and
faraway Japan tells us ot tin organization
of 800 members. The first class was organ
ized In 188, and now thero nro over 00,000
pupils In theso homo schools. It Is n school
that pupils ot any age aro allowed to en
ter. Somo havo reached, and somo gono
beyond the thrco scoro and ten. Although
this plnn originated In a Methodist socletyi
it is purely unscctarian. Its courso of
study Is simple, entertaining and Instruc
tive. It Includes ancient history, tho ouly
source wo havo of learning of tho achieve
ments, government nnd lltcraturo of tho
generations beforo us, modern history, tho
period from which wo dato tho renovation
of tho world, giving us n record of the
transactions which havo been and are tak
ing plnco up to tho present, with a mln.
gllng of political, religious, physical, moral
and mental science. The object ot theso
meetings is to afford every person nn op
portunlty who has nny desire to Improve,
Thoso who have had few advantages, und
are necessarily not well informed, need
not hesitate to join us. Thero is nothing
to embarrass tho most timid. Thero is no
compulsion In the plan of study and you
undergo no examination to enter. A reg
ular coursecmbraces fourycars; but'you can
withdraw nt tho cbso of ono year, or nt
any time when so disposed. Tho progress
you make and tho benefit you derive from
It depends upon yourself. The courso of
study Is planned for you, and Ifjouhavc
an ordinary memory, and persevere there
is nothing to hinder your si.ccess. Some
may suy I can obtain the books, nnd read,
without joining the circle. They can do
so but cannot reap the benefit wo derive
from each other: for the knowledgo wo ac
quire Is facilitated by expressing nnd in
tcrmlngllng our thoughts. In discovering
the difference of opinions our viows nro
broadened, our Ideas expanded, and our
zeal increased. This fountain is open, free
of access to nil ages, circumstances nud
surroundings. In a lone and distant por
tion of the far west is a little circle of three,
u mother 80, the husband 08 nnd the wife
63, and they speak of It as a feast that can
not bo equalled. Another of two poor
young meu, living fivo miles apart'in their
littlo cabins upon the mountain side, In a
barren and neglected country, nnd yet the
distance is not too great, nor the weather
too sevcro for them to enjoy what they
consider an incalculable blessing. Hun
dreds of young men and women who have
been cast upon their own resources when
young, and deprived ot obtaining au edu-
cation in a school room, havo received tho
pass word of the Chautauqua movement,
and are stimulated to walk in paths of
higher thought and action. Mothers, who
are rearing son3 and daughters surrounded
with all the light and advantage of the
present, which they were not permitted to
enjoy, can have their sleeping faculties
aroused, quickened and bruught into new
life, whereby they will be enabled to tra
verso with these sons nud daughters the
vine clad hills of sunny Italy, enter the
domes where the Caesars once bore sway,
as they gathered and enriched Hume with
the spoils of other uations. Together they
can follow Cicero, oue of Rome's greatest
orators, through his ora"ous, or Virgil
through tho literary history of the Acneld
thereby being better compan'ons for their
children, and enabled to assist them in
their inquiry utter knowledge, making
thci' search both pleasant aud profitable,
Willi another meeting our first year of
the course closes. Our circlo though small
is enthusiastic in the work, and wo feel
that wo have been greatly benefited. Tho
second year's work commences in October,
when we hopo to gladly welcome many
more to work with usj so thut tho treas
ures of literature, history and sclenco may
uo luelrs as well as ours.
You Can buv tho best mnwnrst. rnnners
self binders, liny rakes, corn cultivators,
piuws, cic, oi a. u. biiivo tor less man cost
Comrades played by the Meionion so,
cloty on Saturday night last wns well done.
The characters; were well delineated and
for amateurs were good. Tho young la
dies did exceedingly well. Tho audience
were quiet nnd orderly. And tho orches
tra dispensed splendid music and every,
thing passed off very well.
1 io death of Mrs. Alabach, wife of Ben.
Jariiin Alabach, was a very sad occurrence.
With scarcely any notice she was found
dead in her bed. Mother Alabach was a
very amiablo woman with very many
friends and no enemies. She wu bo miss
ed. Penco to her ashes.
A big celebration of tho 4th of July may
lie looked for at Orangevillc. Races, Base
Ball Games, Washington taking lenve of
Lafayette, speeches and llro works in tho
Many persons aro likely to bo mistaken
in tho hay crop of this season. Farmers
are complaining, that the grass, both clover
and timothy, will bo quite short, aud fall
considerably short of a full crop.
Dr. Jolly's houso looks as neat and rich
as a new pin. It looks well insido also, a
now boy tho reason and bright boy ho is.
The Dr. and wife aro a very tasty couplo.
L. M. Sleppy's uow home is progressing
finely, Soon thero will bo a new Iioubo
added to tho number down town with an
Iron roof, somctnlng new in tho 'line of
Somo of tho students of tho academy aro
progressing finely. Cards ou tho door
altorncy.at-law, can be consulted lu all tho
Rumors of Railroad loom up loft'ly, but
let us hear of somo work belug done. All
talk and uo cider make Jack a dull boy,
Tho academic terra will closo Friday
next. Hopo that Prof. Ifarklns will havo
a lariro normal term. Tho professor Is
worthy and competent.
A visit to tho Union Sundjy School will
do you good. Tho work'ng forco of tho
school aro all cainest Bunday school work,
crs. Quite a treat by tho superintendent as
tho whole school last Sabbatli wero sup.
piled wltli free papers and literature. It is
a very orderly and well conducted school.
The HeNt In llic Market.
Wo would remind our friends and former
patrons and tho public generally, that wo
aro still handling I), M. Osborne & Go's
Reapers, Mowers and Binders, of which
we have on hand a full lino, covering all
tlie latest improvements, wuich are added
to these oxcellent machines eviry year.
We keep constantly ou hand a lino of
extras for tho abovo machines and make a
specialty ot repalrlng.not only tho Osborne
machines, but all kinds of mowing and
We havo always on hand a full lino of
knives for all makes of machines. Wo
havo a largo stock nf tho very best of bind,
or twine.whlch wo aro ottering for 15 cents
per, pound. Inviting all to examine our
machines befoio purchasing c'sowhero wo
nro respectfully Haiiuan & Hasskiit,
Practical truth In a practical way by a
practical man was fully demonstrated In
Mastcllcr's Drove, Madison township, this
county on Thursday afternoon, Juno 10th.,
by tho worthy lecturer of tho National
Grange, Mortimer Whitehead.
A. P. Young, of MUlvlllo called tho as-
scmbly to order and proceeded to tho elec
tion of a chairman and secretary. G. W
Suplce ot Uloomsburg was chosen chair
mat,. Tho worthy lecturer was then Intro
duced to nn nmllenco numbering ono hun.
drcd and fifty persons. For two hours
and twenty minutes thoraudlcnco listened
with undivided attention to facts of tho
grayest Importance to farmers. Indeed wo
never saw such attention. Ears, eyes,
and mouths were nil open in astonishment
as truth tinged with humor fell from tho
Hps of tho speaker. Peals of thunder In
tho western sky and Indications ot a shower
did not disturb tho interest, whuo on al
most any oilier occasion thero would have
been a general commotion. No shower
came, however, and tho afternoon was a
fine one. Tho lecture was highly Instruc
tive as well as Interesting. fo beg space
for a few sentences uttered by the speaker.
Tho following nro somot "Some men
would have tho farmer a man ot muscle,
depending on other men's brains.
Farmers pay 85 per cent ot tho taxes In
tho United States.
Monopolies aro getting tho burden of
taxes off of their shoulders and putting it
on tho farmer.
Thu farmers of our country ought to be
The hope of the fanner Is in organiza
In conclusion Mr. Whitehead requested
his hearers to weigh his talk and urged all
farmers to join ranks with the Grange as
tho best and only farmer's organization
now working for their welfare. E. M.
Tewksbury, of Catawlssa being present,
was called upon nnd gavo a few timely re
marks endorsing Mr. Whitehead's in at
mcnt of candidates, which Is to exact
written promises of them and take them
before tho Justice of the Peace and havo
them sworn. Mr. Tewksbury would odd
the contents of a double-barreled shot gun
as n third antidote. So fellow citizens load
your guns for ho will bo around soon.
After lifting u collection amounting to
over seven dollars, to defray pa't of travel.
Ing expenses of tho speaker, and singing
that good old granger song "Work for the
night is coming," and the usual hand shak
ing, the nunienco returned to their homes
feeling that it was good for them to have
C. F. Giuton,
James Pennington, of Sugarloaf had his
arm badly Injured last week ono day when
his team ran away with a load of shingles.
J. Horaco Brown, of Benton township,
is tho lucky owner of a hen which depos
ited an egg, measuring the short and long
circumferences 7 and 8 inches. Lot us
hear from your large eggs.
Last Friday morning Frank Pcaler's
eldest son, near Van Camp, died very sud
denly, aged about 8 years. Interment
Sunday following at St. James.
Children's day, at Hamlin last Sunday
was a success and a happy day for the lit
Mrs. George Gibbons, wno Mas been
sick for a long time is slowly improving.
Sho was visited by hcrsistcr,a Mrs. Bower,
from Berwick last Sunday.
A fish dinner nt Billy Colo's this Thurs
day. All are invited. A war ot exter
mination Is determined upon, to be waged
against the "speckled beauties." All
should now take a bite.
A largo doe was pasturing In Frank
Pcaler's clover field ono day last week.
His hired boy ran for a guu to shoot it: tho
shot only had tho effect of frightening it
Mrs. David Doty has very poor health
and is at present staying with her sister,
Mrs. Ami Drum, at Berwick.
Charley Moore's baby coach is a beauty,
a one handed affair and convenient. A
specimen of good workmanship and made
by himself. This is not to bo wondered at,
for his father is a first-class mechanic and
Hog cholera Is raging to somo extent In
the vicinity of Jouestown.
Sovcral new houses and barns aro in tho
course of erection In tho neighborhood.
A good time to build, material and labor
ot. James church was built in 1851. It
was then largo and commodious. Time
and Increase of population havo rendered
it too small. It is tt'led on all ordinary oc
casions and on all special occasions and
funerals It is too small.
On Thursday last, quito a lot of tho farm
erswentupto Dutch Hill to hear thi
granger speech. All seem to bo muc!
tickled with what thev heard.
Miss Rattle McNinch of Grovani a. nnld
.Miss Delia Weaver a visit on Friday last,
.suss .Yiamic Earnest of Now Columbia
stopped with Miss Maud Hartman Satur,
day and Sunday.
J. E. White and wlfo have returned from
a week's islt at his wife's parents.
Amos ltelchard and wlfo were In town
with friends a few days.
Tho services in tho M. E. Church
Sunday weto entirely for children. It linW
iuuurcn-s uay. Tho church was nppro
prlately trimmed for tho occasiou. Tho
pulpit was removed to tho rear of thu nlnt.
form, halng on It a number ot pots con.
taming nowers In full bloom, and behind
it on tho wall was a beautiful crna mmin
ot laurel blossoms. In front of tho altar
ratling were two circular terraced pill
about twelve feet in clrsumfurunen at
baso'and flvo feol at the top, being eight
leci uigii, iney wero mailo of spruco
brauches decorated with llownm
pillars supported threo spans of muslin
yard width set up edcowlse. nresentliiDr
appcarauco of a bridge, tho outer walls
the church formlug the abutments: Tho
middle span contained tho words "Tho
young for Jesus through Christian cduca.
tlon," worked on with bits of laurel leaves.
Tho end spans were blank with beautiful
laurel trimmings on their lower edges.
Three cs,nary birds wero secured, which
with their songs added life to the services.
Uov. 'lubbs conducted tho morning scr
vice using the printed programs. O. 11.
Bomboy, Supt. of Sundav school. llAll
charge of evening exercises which consisted
ot recitations, declamations, vocal und in
The day was an enjoyable ono for all.
CIiiiiikc III 'rime Tuiilu.
By referonco to tho railroad tlmo tablo at
head of our local column It will bo observed
that tho afternoon train on tho N. & W. 11.
Road north, goes at 0:28, or ulno minutes
earlier than heretofore. Tho Sunday tralu
south is changed to O.C 1.
Ou tho D, L. & W. somo changes have
been made.tho most material of which Is In
tho afternoon train south, from 4.31 to 4.13.
Tho Pennsylvania tlmo tablo on tho
fourth page will bo corrected In next Issue,
a chango ot time having gonu into effect
Htate Itxnitilmitloii nt the niooittn
burn Normal Helton!, June 8, 18B6.
rrof. A. R. Iiytrly, Erammer.
Battalllon, gneiss, stupefy, stultify, com.
parlson, comparative, cllirihlc,qulntcsscnce,
calisthenics, Icicle, (mlncnt, centenary ,llly.
capillary, category, metallurgy, odious,
raillery, raspberry, rise, rustle, salable,
statlbticlan, supersede, maintenance.
Prof. A, It. Jleyerly, 7iWuW.
What Is a personal pronoun ? What Is
comparison f Compare ill, nolle, far. What
Is conjugation ? Qlvo n synoposls of go.
What is meant by person nnd number of
verbs ? What Is syntax ? Pnrso tho Itali
clscd words In tho following t I have been
now twenty years nn tnAaii'ian! of this wll
dcrncss, t'n which I never taw a man beore.
Correct tho following, and glvo reasons for
your correction t Eyery ono ot our friends
havo went to their homes, aud shall, I sup.
pose, never return no more.
Supt. 11. M. McXeat, Examiner.
Wrlto out such nn explanation as you
would glvo your pupils for Inverting the
terms of tho divisor In division ot fractions.
A merchant bought a cargo of Hour for
$21781, and sold It for twcnty.two twenty
thirds of tho cost, thereby losing J of a dol
lar per barrel; how many barrels did ho
buy? A drover bought horses for $10550;
ho sold a certain number for $8925, at $105
each, by which ho lost $10 a pleccj how
must lie sell the remaining horses, each, to
gain $425 on the drovo ? A mcrchnnt sell
Ing groceries gives fourteen and nine six
teenth oz. for a pound) how much docs ho
cheat n customer who buys from him to
tho amount of $38.40 ? Develop rule for
finding last term, and also tho rule for find
ing sum or series In arithmetical progres.
slon. A man borrowed $7500 and nt the
end of 2 years, 0 months, 18 days he paid
$D1N0 to secure his note; what rate of Inter
est did he pay ? Tho end of tho mlnuto
hand of a clock passes over 31.410 Inches
In 40 minutes, what Is the length of tho
hand? Explain fully why you double tho
quotient for a now divisor in extracting tho
square root of a number! In extracting cubo
root, why do you point off into periods of
3 places each, nnd what is the meaning of
tho numbers 30 and 300 which appear ?
A receives a 0 per cent dividend on his
mining stock and invests It in stock ot the
same company at 75; the par value of his
stock was then $10800; what was the
amount of his dividend ? The sales of a
certain merchant amount to $100,000 -v
year, one-fourth of tho sales aro mado at a
profit of twenty-five per cent., uino twen
tieths at a profit of twenty per cent, nnd
the remainder nt a loss of four per cent; re
quired the cost of the goods.
Write a complete solution of one of tho
problems in tills list.
OOSSTITOTIOK U. S.
Supt. )V. Oweri, Examiner.
What aro tho departments Into which tho
U S. Government is divided? Tell thu
title of tho officer In cliarcc of each deimrt.
ment, his qualifications, length of term, and
uow elected, now may new states bo ad
mitted into the Union? Uow mav tl'in
President be impeached ? Name somo of
tue powers or Congress. What is treason ?
What aro tho 13th, 14th nnd 15th amend.
mcnts to the constitution?
Prof. A. 11. Heyerly, Examiner.
Give one rule each for the use of the
comma, seml.colon, colon, period and in
tcrrogation point. What Is purity and to
what is it opposed ? Glvo ono of the ways
in which clearness may bo violated; also
each of tho followlne: Emnhasis. unltv.
strength and harmony. Detino nnd illus.
trato simile and metaphor, and give ono
rule each for their use. Discuss tho fol
lowing rhetorically: And tho doctor told
tho sexton, and tho sexton tolled tho bell.
Supt. II. M. iVcA'eal, Eiaminer.
Define monomial, polynomial, elimina
tion, radical, quadratic. Wrlto a homoge
neous trinomial of tho fourth degree, with
the second term negative. Wrlto the the
orems applicable to composition and fac
toring. Tho fraction whose numerator is
2x plus 4 and whose denominator is 3,
minus the fraction whose numerator is x
minus 8 and whoso denominator is 4,equals
the fraction wIiobo numerator is x plus 2
aud wlio8o denominator is 3, plus 8 J. Find
tho value of x. Illcstrate each method of
elimination by solutions of the followlLg
problem : Sx r lus Sy equals 41 Sx minus iy
equals 0. De..ve and state tho law of signs
in the Binomial Theorem; the Jaw of expo,
nents; the law of coefficients. Fiud tho
value, in simplest form, ef tho following!
(a) Two times tho square root of 3, plus
three times the square root of J. (4) Four
times tho fourth root of 82, minus four
times tho fourth root of &. (c) Two times
tho square root of . multiplied by two
times tho square root of j. (d) Twelve,
divided by the sqaare root of 3. What is
the general form of an affected quadratic
equation? State tho different methods
of completing tho square. Find tho
value of x and y iu thn following prob
lem i x squared plus y squared equal 208,
x plus y equal 20 ? A square field contains
one. fourth as mauy acres as there are rods
in the fence Inclosing it; what Is tho length
of tho fence? There is n fractiou whoso
numerator diminished by 5, and tho do
nominator by the numerator, tho value Is j;
but it tho numerator bo increased by tho
denominator, and tho denominator by &3,
Its value is $. What is tho fraction?
U. S, HlSTOliV.
Supt, )V. Oieens, Eiaminer.
What territory was acquired by tho U.
S. as a result of tho war with Mexico?
Who discovered tho following! Labrador?
Florida? Tho Hudson rivor? Tim if.
lssippl river? WhelfdTd tho battle of
Bunker Hill take placo ? Who commanded
tho different forces ? Wuat is the Monroe
doctrine ? Discuss tho occupancy of Mex
Ico oy tho French, during the Rebellion.
Where was tho battle between the Mcrrl
mac and tho Monitor fought ? What was
the result ? What two Important victories
were gained by tho Union services, July
4, 1803 ? What was their effect upon tho
Southern Confederacy? Namo
nout Union Generals and ilvn nmmlnmi
statesmen, who havo died withlu the last
quarter of a century.
Prof. A, 11. lleyerly, Examiner,
Translate tho followlne and narsn Mm
Italicised words i Qui cupidiut novisimum
agnien Insccuto alieno loco cum equltatu
uuivetiorum proellum cominlltunlt paucl
dc nostrls cadunt.
Decline a noun Cof vnur nwn (.tnn"
in each of tho flvo declensions; an adjective
m mo nrst, second, and third declensions.
Decline Aic Glvo Indicative Of H vprli In tiii
second conjugation, active and passive
voices. Translate tho following, and tell
caso and why, of itallciaed, words i Caesar
puiui jioiiwnm Jlelretioa supcraturos esse,
Sujit, It, M. Mcifeal Examiner,
Define tho following terms i Chord, Tan
gent, Sector, Segment, Similar Figures,
Equal t iguren, Equlvulent Figures. In thu
equilateral triangle A 11 C, provo that tho
external angle formed by A O, nnd 11 O
produced, Is bisected by O K drawn pural.
lei to tho third sldo A 1). Provo that In a
rlghtanglcd trlaugle, tho lino drawn Irom
the vertex of tho light angle to tho mlddlo
ot the hypothenuso Is equal to one-halt of
the hypothenusc, D E F Is a trlanglo hav
Ing tho angle K twlco as great as the anglo
F) If E G bisect tho anglo E and meet D F
In G, prove that E O Is equal to G F. A
B, a chord of a circle, Is tho base ot an Iso
sceles ttlanglu whoso vertex, C, Is outside
tho circlo and whose equal sides cut tho
clrcumfcrenco in 1) nnd E. Provo that O
E Is equal to O D. An anj?le formed by
the Intctsccllon of two chords Is measured
by what ? Demonstrate.
If from B D, tho diagonal of the square
ABC D, 1) E bo cut off equal to 11 O, nnd
E F bo drawn perpendicular to B D at E,
provo that D E will ho equal to E F, nnd
also equal to F O. If the four sides of a
quadrilateral bo bisected, tho lines joining
tho points of bisection will form a parallel
ogram. Prove It of a Trapezium.
Prof, A. 11. lleyerly, Examiner.
Name the bones ot the limbs, and de
scribe tho bones of tho foro arm. How
does running differ from walking ? Whnt
Is (lie difference between n gland nnd a
muscle? What Is the largest gland In tho
body? Namo tho parts nf tho ear, and ex.
plain how wo heur. What aro tho effects
of alcohol upou the human system ?
MENTAL I'll I I.OSOl'l IV,
Dept. Supt. II. llouck, Examiner.
Define conscitnuneas, abstraction, perception,
ctatsijication, atiociation, thcory,hypothcsii. Dis
cuss Mental Sclenco as a study, and show
its relation to other sciences. Distinguish
between vxcntal rc-proi'uction nnd mental re
cognition. Define reasoning from nnnlogy,
and show Its value. What Is your theory
as to tho modus operandi of the memory ?
Uow do wo recognize and distinguish first
truths from all others ? Discuss tho origin of
our moral Ideas and perceptions. In what
sense is tho teacher born ?
Supt. It'. Oitens. Examiner.
Glvo the motions ot tlio earth nnd state
what they produce. Locate tho tropics
and the polar circles, and glvo reasons for
the'- location. Name the continents; toll
the different forms of government, and
name a country under each form of gov
ernment. hat Importance do you attach
to molding and map-drawing? Compare
the vegetable products of tho Northern
States with those of the Southern. Namo
nnd locale a river system, a mountnln sys
tem, and a railroad system (last in the U.
S.) On what does tho climate oi a conn,
try chlelly depend? Define rain, dcwi
snow. Why do we get our continuous
rains from the cast ?
Prof. 1. W. Ailw, 7'jraiHi'iier.
Tho class sang thtco pieces. On what
syllable do we get lone one? How many
tones aro there in tho scale? How many
half-tones are in the scale, and where aro
they ? Vt nut is tho namo of a hollow nolo
without a stem 1 A hollow note with a
stem ? A black note with a stem ? A black
note with a stem and a hook ? How many
necessary properties havo sounds ? Of
what docs melodies treat ? What ore
musical sounds called ? What is the essen
tial pitch of tones called ? AV nat arc used
to indicate the absolute pitch of tone ?
Supt. W. Hohnes Examiner.
Why is only ono sharp used as the signa
ture of G ? What do you mean by a
change of key? What is the basis of the
change of key ? How is the transposition
by sharps effected ? What is the other
transposition called ? How Is it effected ?
How many sixteenths would you sing in
the time ot one eighth ? How is a repeat
indicated ? Vt nat Is a bar ? What is a
measure ? How is tlmo indicated ?
Dept. Supt. II. Houck.
Write nn order on tho treasurer signed
by secretary and the president, for your
first month's salary as teacher? Wilte a
receipt ? Write a receipted bill. Write a
promissary note ; also a check. What is
the first book you would turn ,to settle a
bill of goods ? How would you find tho
page ? If I should want to know some
thing of the items, where would I look for
them ? Uow would I find the page of tho
day-book ? What other books are some
times used 1 Is everything first wiltten
into the day book ? Ilow would you use
an order, to obtain money ? Should it be
endorsed ? Cun n stranger get a check
cashed ? Can you get a check cashed at;
bank In which you have no deposit ? Who
protests n note ? Where would ycu en
dorso a check received from another per,
son to obtain the money ?
Pi of. A. R. Pyerh, Examiner.
Explain nnd illustrato the parallelogram
of forces ; or, nnmo the physical properties
of matter, and discuss malleability. A
body that would weigh J94 lbs. nt tho
equator would weigh 195 lbs. at tho poles,
Why? What is opeciflc graIly, and how
is the specific gravity of liquids found ?
How is tho rainbow produced, und why is
it circular ? How does a lightning rod
protect from the effects of lightning ?
Pi of A. P. HyAy, Examiner.
Namo the Ilorul organs nnd describe one
of them. W ,iat is the difference between
a stem and a root ? Dcfcrlbo the various
modes of leaf arrangement. Describe a
pinnate leaf ; also a palmate leaf. Do
scribe tho parts of an exogenous stem.
METHODS OF INSTIICOTION ANI MANAOKMENT.
Vent, bupt, Jl. Jluoek; Examiner,
What constitutes an education ? Glvo
four reasons to provo that teaching is n
science. What studies bilong to childhood?
What to youth ? Give reasons. AS nat aro
the characteristics of good advanced it
structlons ? How would you teach u pupil
an idea ? A thought ? Illustrato. Under
what circumstances docs getting know,
iedgo glvo no discipline ? Show tho slgnl-
llcauco of tho personality of tho teachers
as a factor in education. Give flvo Inccn,
lives to study lu tho order of their value
A hy is it natural for a child's mind to pass
from tlio concrete to tho abstract. In nc
quiring knowledgo ? When was tho com.
inou school system adopted In Pcnnsvl
vanla ? Namo boiiio of its early advocates.
Glvo tho number of pupils in tlio public
schools of Pennsylvania ; tho number of
teachers ; the entire annual cost of public
In teaching, the seniors wero examined
in four sections i in rending In three, and
tlio juniors In five. No notes wero token
of the questions In teaching or of thoso in
Tho wholo senior class passed tho exam.
(nation. This was tho largest class (03)
tno school ever recommended for cxamlna
S. F. Keller & Co . Harrlsbunr. P ji.. urn.
prletors of tho great preparation, Keller's
Catarrh Remedy, will gieally esteem tho
favor and reciprocate it If persons who aro
cured will send a postal card gUlug their
Try thoso 00 cent Kid Gloves at Clark
milium,- ir ivti
Thrco acres of cabbage plants on Isl
at Espy ferry. Everybody como from now
until July 10th, Prices must bo among tho
lowest and plums thu best,
. m-28-4-t. David Geisisqei
Do not fall toseu the sweeping reductions
Clark &, Sou havo mado ou Embroideries
iu ciose iiicm out.
Felts all colors, Arrasene, Chenllo and
irncy goons oi an kinds st Cluvk s Bon's
Vnn will find full lines of nil kinds of
tvMtn T)rea Gorilla nt Clark & Son'si also
largo line of Laces nt tho lowest prices.
llimmnnv in Hnnm Ladles' $3.00 BllOCB
for $2.50 $2.00 shoes for $1.75 i similar
reductions In all priced shoes. Tho goods
nro perfect. A full lino of ladles', gents'
and children's shoes always on hand.
i'. u. UAHE,
Successor to Lcldy & Co.
You will find n full lino of Ribbons. Ho
siery, Gloves, Mitts, Ruchlngs, Collars
nnd Cuffs, Underwear, Handkerchiefs &c.
nt Clark & Son's.
r -.i!.. !,A.t.t .. r'n-iAi. 1 1 1.
adapted for Summer wear, all kinds Clark
I. W. Hartman & Son's.
Show this week new line llncst and
prettlett Salines, satin ribbons, eash rib.
bo ns, summer underwear, silk gloves 50 c.
tegular pi Ice 75c. B5c. red tablo linens
bright colors, Turkish towels for tidies.
Cashmere shawls In all colors, colored and
while embroideries In largest assortment,
wide nnd narrow laces, harvest goods.
Right prices and fair dealings is what l
booming our business.
Store closes during June, July and Aug
ust at 8 o'clock each evening except Satur
days. Full Hues of Dress Goods nt lowest prices
at Clark & Son's.
Do not fail to seo tho clostng prices on
Embroideries ut Clark & Son's great re
ductions. BUSINESS NOTICES.
TuiEi), Languid, Dull exuettv expresses
tho condition of thousands of nconle at
this season. Tlio depressive effects of
warm weather, and thu wtak condition of
the body, can only bo corrected by tlio uso
of n reliable tonic nnd blood purifier like
llootrs enrsaparilla. wny suuer longer
when a remedy Is so closo at hand ? Take
Hood's bursaparilla now. It will glvo you
untold wealth in health, strength and en
orgy. .Mothers arc cuiltv of inhuman treatment
when they ullow babies to suffer from dial
ings nnd can get Dr. Hand's Chafing Pow
der, which win ueni amies in one nay.
Fleshy people will find it a ready and sure
relief. 25 cents.
ulouo taint, Ayer's Sursaparllla is tho true
remedy. It stops catarrhal discharges, re
moves the sickening odor, nnd never falls
to thoroughly eradicate every trace of tho
disease from the blood. Sold by all deal
ers in medicine.
Without beautiful hair no woman Is
beautiful. Is yours falling off or faded?
The loss is vital. Parker's Hair Balsam
will preserve your hair and give back Its
gloss and youthful color. Clean, elegant,
perfect, rrcvents uanurult. J 11 4t
Mothers, are your children ever troubled
with worms ? Aro they restless at night,
nnd is their appetite voracious nt times?
Vinegar Bitters, old style, bitter taste, Is
the best remedy for worms ever discovered.
It is nlso a foe to every skin disease known,
because It keeps tho blood pure and In .
EUIIOl'EAKS USE AMEIIIOAS WINF.
But few persons are aware of the creat
amount of foreign grapes raised In New
jersey. Alireu spoor is tno largest win
grower of the foreign variety In tho coun
try nnd snips imnurcds of cases to till or
ders iu Europe. His Port Grapo AVIno is
unexcelled aud considered by physicians
and chemists ns tho best wine to be pro
cured. .Y. 1'. Herald. For sale by drug
"I have no appetite," complain many
sufferers. Hood's Sarsapaiilla gives an
appetite nnd enables the stomach to per
form Its duty.
If you want to eniov the luxury of usinrr
thu best soap in the country, try Drcvdon-
pcl's Borax soap, nn nrtlcle that has been
tested uy time ami touud to contain nil tho
ingredients necessary for n soap that can.
bo used for all purposes. J4.
Food for the brain nnd nerves that, will
invlgorato the body without intoxicating,
is what wo need in theso days ot rush and
worry. Pnrker's Tonic restores the vital
energies, soothes tho nerves, and bring
good health quicker than anything else
you can use. fj. 11 5t.
AThf n lUby wia sick, wt gve hop CutorU,
Wlec h wa a Child, shs cried for CMtorU,
VkGn tho becme UIjs, ahs clanr; to CutorU,
When ho hxl Children, ebe gTo them Cutoris,
Tho eyes aro always in sympathy with
tho body, nnd afford an excellent Index
of its condition. AA'licn the eyes become
weak, and tho lids inllamed and sore, it
is an evidence that tlio system ha
becomo disordered by Scrofula, tor
which Acer's Sursaparilla is tho best
Scrofula, which produced a painful in
llaminatlon in my eves, caused mo mncli
sutlering for a number of years. By tli
ndvica of a physician I commenced taking
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. After using thU
medicine a short time I was completely
My eyes aro now in a splendid condi
tion, nnd 1 amns well anrt strong as ever.
Mrs. William Gage, Concord, N, II,
For a number of years I was tronbleil
with a humor in my oyes, and was unablo
to obtain any relief until I coininenowl
using Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Tills niedl
cine has effected n complete cure, ami I
believo It to bo tho best of blood puri
fiers. C. E. Upton, Nashua, N. H.
From childhood, and until with a few
months, I havo been nOlictvd with AVeak
and Soro Eyes. I have used for theso
complaints, with beneficial results,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and consider it iv
great blood purifier, Mrs. O. Phillips.
I suffered fof a ynar with Inflamma
tion in my left eye. Threo ulcers formed
on tho ball, depriving mo of sight, ami
canting great pain. After trying many
other remedies, to no purpose, I was final
ly induced to uso Ayer's Sarsaparllla.
threo bottles of this medicine I havo been
entirely cured. My sight has been re
stored, and thero is no sign of inflamma
tion, sore, or nicer In my oye. Kendal
T. Uowen, Sugar Tree ltldgo, Ohio.
My daughter, ten years old, was afflict
ed with Scrofulous Soro Eyes. I)urinp
tlio last two years sho never saw light of
any kind. Physicians nf tho lilEhe.it
standing exerted their skill, but with no
permanent success. On tho recommen
dation of a friend I purchased a bottle ot
Ayer's Sarsaparllla, which my daughter
commenced taking, Before sho had used
tlio third bottle her sight was restored.
Her euro is complete. A E. Suther
land, Evangelist, Shelby City, Ky. , 'j
Prepared by Tlx, J.C. A)er&: Co., Lowell, Men.
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which time teachers fcr the eniutne year will tie
selected. All applications should uo sent to tho
beemtary on or before that day.
, .,. J. LVALL Prcaldent.
J. C. 11KOWN, Secretary.
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