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THE COLUMBIAN AND DeMcRAT.JBLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Ilistltuto.1 for Jimmy, but It win nearly
night lieforo ho m found A Rreat many
ominous proJIcttona wero mado, to tlia
clTect that frnctfo.ial parti only of tlio dar
ling boy woul.l bo Iccovcnil, Hut Jimmy
was iiovcr born to in annihilated thui
early In hli lutimtlo carovr. Thoy
plcVod htm up a quarter of a mils
from tha soone of his triumph, whole
aa to body, but noarly denuded of cloth-
ItOW THEY POUND I11H.
Inc. Noltlior was ho without tha marks
of hts rocont adventure. His nerves hud re
ceived n shock they never could recover
from. His teeth chattered SO badly that h
couldn't utter n word for days, and he could
nolther stand nor walk for weeks. Ily and
by, when public sentiment became mora
lenient toward him, and he crawled out ol
his sick room, he was a changed boy. Its
had boon a fluent and even graceful talker
before the Fourth, but now ho was a hopeless
stutterer. He couldn't so much as say "no"
without putting a dozen "os" Into It) and, In
spite of all efforts to cure hhn, ho grew up a
stammerer and stutterer of the most malig
nant type. He Inclined toward journalism,
and became a reporter, with all that Uis
name Implies of enterprise and assurance.
As an Interviewer ho would have acquired
world-wide fame but for his unfortunate
stuttering. He Is still In newspaper work,
and still stuttering. But ho loit hts enthu
siasm for thi Fourth of July on the memor
able day that he ascended from the "village
Need I say that Mark Lyons' and Kitty
McDonald's quarrel ended tho moment the
gallant Mark dragged Kitty from under the
falling porch into safety. They were mar
ried, and tho Goddess of Liberty made them
no moro trouble.
A subscription was raised to build the In
nocent blacksmith another shop. Mark
Lyons contributed liberally, feeling that the
blacksmith's loss had been hts gain. All
came out of tho explosion, with less damage
than Jimmy Carroll. It shook his self-confidence
to such an extent that he gave up all
hope of Kitty, and smilingly saw her mar
fled to Mark Lyons. When any one asks him
now to help make tho Fourth of July prop
erly glorious ho soys: "N-o-o-o-o-o, tb-th-tha-n-k
you. I d-l-l-l-d c-c-c-col-e-b-b-brato
It once." Max Elton.
N?w York, June 23.
In the morning of the Fourth of July good
old Or. Jingo distributes patriotic parapher
nalia to the youth of tho neighborhood.
In tho afternoon of the glorious day good
old Dr. Jingo has all the business he can at
We need the social sympathy necessary for
tho enjoyment of pleasure and a holiday;
and we want It, because, we have neglected
to cultivate It If we would see more of
each other as friends and less as mere busi
ness acquaintances open the doors of our
houses to the dally guest, and our hearts to
a freer communion we should acquire a
habit of social feeling which would becomo
us much a desire of our dally Ufa as it Is a
necessity of Its happiness.
Without the habitual social sympathy we
ask for we are better, perhaps, without
holidays; for they come when we do not
know what to do with them, and a sudden
stoppage to the business machine only serves
to throw everything out of gear all becomes
confusion and excitement. With all due
reverence for the associations of the day,
who does not at night, after counting his
children and his ten Angers and finding
them safe and sound, out of the gunpowder
and riot, go to bod thanking heaven that
the "glorious Fourth" Is past! AVe have yet
to learn the proper use of that blessed Insti
tution, the holiday.
FOURTH OF JULY IN THE CITY.
The fate of a poor fellow creature please pit j.
O, rural sojourner, and beare him a sigh,
Ordalued to abide In this tropical city
Through all the wild clamors ot Fourth of Julri
For me shall no greensward or sllrery rtrer,
Or shadowy woodland enrapture the view,
But the brick colored cracker, Instead shall deliver
Its endless and Infamous rat-tat-tat-tool
How pleasant to know that until tha day ceases
All round you are deeds belms done to dlsmayi
Little boys rashly blowing themselves Into pieces,
Or flnsers and eves being squandered awayt
How pleasant to dream of the lake clear as crystal,
The mild mannered cow, or tho rich pctalod rote,
Then bear the bang, bang or a patriot pisioi,
And smell Its detestable stench at your nose,
O. wearisome lot. when for rest vainly hunting
You'll readily swear, while your weary head
That your national flag Is a mere strip ot bunting
And Vashln2t0n. too. wasn't aur "great shake a1
When you're driven to think, lu a mode far from
How certain fine fellows, whom death has mads
Signed away with a flourish, quite gravely and
The comfort of whole generations to comoi
Not to state ray opinion In a style too despotic,
I can't bat assert that I'd like to know what
One particular portion of love patrlotlo
Is found In tha lanauaite of oowderand shot
Or why, when youug urchins, like new sorts of
Would burn ud the town with their horrible tricks.
They Imagine they honor those dead and gone heroes
Who fougnt lor our om nag in sevrniy-siz.
Nav. Joklnsr aside If by fate It was ordered
That ones more on earth this brave veteran band,
In their thrce-ooruered hats and their bouts yellow
Their cutaway coats snd their perukes should
They would tell us, I fsncy, "Care less for your
And mors for your country, her rulers, her weali
Keep her Fourth of July less In crackers and roctrtf
And mors IU true to aity, service ana seal."
The Tears of the Fathers.
All that tho world now understands by
the word America Its democratic Institu
tions. Its breadth of personal privilege, Its
vast political opportunities, Its Immense
material wealth and resources. Its Listeria
achievements and the great characters It has
given to tho world's undying regard comes
from, or li indlssolubly associated with,
the event which the Fourth of July honor
The declaration of 177(1 was not a surprise
to many of tho co'.onUts, but It outran tho
thought ot most. It w as received something
as J.lncoln's immortal Proclamation of
Emancipation wos lecelvod with intense
enthusiasm by the majority, but with sullen
opposition or outspoken protoxt by a large
minority, suo new iiuliuii uiu nui,
tnnr.nlni.Ant Ainrw-tiLtloll-l 111 nnv nuartor.
The eloquent predictions of John Adams
were uttered hi a moment of great excite
ment, and were shared by very few af his
mmnatrlnts. The falhors felt the terrible
responsibility laid oil their shoulders too
heavily to inuuise in 1110 luxury ui spioiiuin
hopes or prophotlo dreamt Tho stern reali
ties at the situation vtero too urgent and try
Ingi the war they were engaged In with one
of the most powerful nations was too un
equal and uncurtain in its Issue to admit of
castle building. The long and wasting cam
tialgus waged without resources, and after
the early enthusiasm had died away, told on
their couraio and al.enated many ami de
pressed all but the heroic few. The rffoct of
the final victory was heightened by tho fact
that It was unestpected by most cf the
people. The adoption of the Felcral con
itimtlnn and the organisation of the present
national government iu lTb'J-OOnwokeiiod no
high expeditions ami ouciteu no uno pre-
-dictions 01 jiermaueiib
work ot necessity and was done with more
fear thau boiio. The splendid result that
we behold and enjoy and celebrate with so
mucn eutuusiasin uas toum nu.i.uu
rislilngcroek Sunday School Convention.
Tim Smiclnv schools of Fisliinncroek
township hold their fifth convention at
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tlUIllnlUWU l'l 1J WHUlLill Vli winumwji
uno 12. Tlio day wns warm nmi
lcasnnt. Tho nttciuitttico In tho fore
noon wns poor, but In thn aftornoon it
wna light good. Most ot 1110 sonooia
lu tho towiiflhit) were represented. Tlio
exercises wero opened nt 10:30 a. ra.
by music, followed by dovotionnl ser
vico conducted by Hev. A. II011I2.
Appointment of committees was next
In order, after which tho topics men
tioned In tho programme wero taken
up and ably discussed, ltev. A. itotiiz,
Uov. A. if. rioovon and Mr. K. M.
anbach did nearly nil tho talking 111
Tlio first tonio discussed wns "llie
Truo Mission of tho Sunday School."
T ic nssortion was mado nt tho beuin-
nine of tho discussion that the Sunday
school is of no mo. This wns mado
merely for argument. It wa fully
proven during tho day that tho Sunday
school is a vcrv beneficial service.
ho truo mission ol tho Sundny school
tho salvation of tho child. It is
tho duty of tho teacher to imprrBS
upon tho mind of tho child tho truths
embodied in tho lesson, Teach tho
children that thoy may bo converted
now. Tho Sunday school is also tho
supplement of parental instruction. It
is a substituto whoro families do not
ivo their children lclliiioiis training.
lanv parents who aro not Christians
do not civo their children religious
training, yet they desire their children
10 uo latignt 1110 iruins or uiu muio.
Hero tho Sunday school steps in and
docs that which tho parents do not do.
Second topic, ''What is tlio Host
Method of Conductinir a Sunday
Schooll" Nearly all agreed that as
good a method as any was to open
Willi Biuguig, men ruetiuiisivu n.-.iung,
singing, prayer, roll call with repetition
of verso from Scripture, followed by
teachers taking charge of tneir classes.
Some obiect to roll call ns it lakes up
too much time. As n rule, not enough
time is allotted to tho lesson. teach
ers should havo timo enough to get
over tho lessou. Review lesson every
Sunday. Train children to give in
stead ot receive, should nave stanti
ard tirao in a neighborhood and every
ono try to bo on time, spend liuccn
or twenty minutes each Sunday sing
ing and havo tlio children help.
Third topic, "I ho l.seential (uaiihca
tions and Duty of tho Superintendent
and Teacher." The Superintendent
hould be a man of good moral char
acter. Should also possess executive
abilities. Ho should never net mad
or lose control of himself. Ho should
be prompt and punctual if possible
The teacher should possess theso quali
fications to bo a successful teacher and
win souls to Christ.
Fourth tonic, "How to Kelnin tho
Older Scholars in tho Sunday School.''
Tbo question is, why do thoy not re
main in the Sunday school t uno rea
son they outgrow their classes. There
shoula bo a class in every Sunday
Fchool for grown up pupils. They
should bo promoted. Provide young
men and ladies with thoroughly com
petent teachers and do not call them
children. As soon as a scholar is com
petent, givo Mm a class or an oflice
and make him feel that the Sunday
school is intended for all and not only
children. This discussion was followed
by singing tho doxology and the bene
diction, nftcr which tho convention ad-
ourned to meet at 1:30 p. 111.
The afternoon session was opened at
2:00 n. m. by music. This wns followed
bv the enrollment of delegates. Be
sides ino aoovo mentioned spe&Kers,
Messrs. Amos Ilartman. 1' rank Jones,
Amos Franklin, Wesley Lvelpiid, A.
Heishliuc, Eli Robbins, W. Hosier and
E. M. Tewksbury, of Cat.iwissn, took
part in the discussions of thu after
noon. The topic, "How to Enlist
Church Members in the Sunday School
Work," was taken up and discussed at
great length. Why is it. that nil tho
members aro not, cniisieii 111 incsiinuay
school work T 1 astors should get af
ter them and uso tho discipline if they
do not do their dity as Christian?.
Tbo man or woman who doc snot takoa
part in 'tbo Sunday school is not a con
sistent member. A church member
means an active worker. Members of
the M. E. Church can bo disciplined
for non-perfornianco of duly. First,
net the member's head right. Second,
gel ins neari nguu -rv nun uieu wuii
a good horso is better than a good
sled with a horso that will not pull.
So a church member with a head and
heart r'mht who is an activo member,
. , . 1.. A -1-J I.I.
though Tie has but few talents, is better
than a member Willi many talents
whosi head and heart aru not right and
who is not an activo church worker.
Get tho nicrubers warmed up with tho
love of Uod. lu order to do this tho
pastor Hhould visit the members. Ho
should preach a sermon on tho Sunday
school work. Impress on them that it
is a part of tho church. Writo letters
to parents inviting them to tho Sunday
School. Teachers and Supeiintcndeut
should visit tho parents. Make it
pleasant for them when they do come,
Trv to eel them interested 111 thu exer
cises and in this way you can get them
enlisted 111 tho work.
Sixth topic, "Duty of Parents in
Relation to tho Sunday School.'' Thoy
should help their children preparo tho
lesson during tho week and 011 Sunday
get them off in time for Sunday
Fchool. They should givo the school
their sympathy and their moral and
flnnnpml mitmnrt. Thev should talk
approvingly of the school. "Duty of
Sunday School Scholars.'1 First duty
is regularity, second, study their les
son beforo ottendinc Sunday school
Third, tako their places in class and
givo close attention to the lessou
Fourth, do mission work.
Eighth fjpic, "Duty !of Teachers to
Pray for their Scholars."' Tho teacher
should bo n conscientious Christian
man or woman in order to impart re
ligious training so that 11 will do good
If he is a truo Christian ho will bo :
nraving man, for pravcr is an essential
duty of a Cliristain. Whenever tho
pious teacher kneels in prayer ho
should nsk God's blessing 011 his class.
It is just as much imporluntfor the
teacher to pray for his efforts put forth
as it is lor a pastor to pray tor his 01
.Ninth topic, "How Should Temper
anco bo taught in the Sunday School.'
Havo ono day in every year set a9ido
for temperance. Teachers should
bring out of lesson what pertains to
temperance, and they should set an ox-
ample by total abstinence. Impress it
on tho minds ot the pupils and ten
them of tho evils of intemperance.
Havo a pledgo In tho school and havo
tho children to sign it. "Memorizing
Scripture in tho Sunday .School" was
next discussed. Children will remem
ber verses they learn in thu Sunday
school nnd can recall them in after life.
Soveral of tho older persons present
said they could remember veiscs they
learned in childhood. It would bo
good for all, both young and old, to
get full of tho Scripture.
y Eleventh topic, "llenovolenco in tho
tindav School." Christ inoulcalcd tho
idea of charity, Lay tho foundation
f -I : . ! .1 - C 1 1
Ji Guuriiy 111 uiu ounuuy buiiuui.
Vould havo collection taken tip every
Sunday but would not havo ono penny
to go to keep up tho Sunday school,
but for benevolent purposes. Tho
Sunday sohool should bo sustained by
other means. Children should bo
taught to give of thoir own earnings.
Parents should givo their children eomo
light work to do in which to ram
money. "Rewards in tho Sunday
School." Pupils should net from prin
ciple and not for rewards, especially
tho older ones. Reach tho souls of
childron through tho ladies. We
hould u'u rowards to Inlluenco littlo
children. A good plan is to give them
tickets with Scriptural vcisenou and
avo tlieni memorize tho verso?, ami
ftcr thoy havo learned the verses let
them kicp the tickets. For so many
tickets givo them a card, and for a cer
tain number of cards reward them
with n Testament or n Rible.
Tho last tcpio discussed was, "Sun-
ay School Picnics and Festivals "
l'lio children that wero prcsont bolievo
in having picnic, so tho Convention
thought that was all tho argument
needed in favor of picnics. As to
festivals, some wero in favor of them,
others wero opposed to them. If a
festival is conducted riulit, do not
think thcro is much harm Hi it. When
011 run a festival on Saturday night
into Sunday you aro doing harm.
When wo givo we should givo for a
cause,but at festival perfoi s spend their
money merely to gratify their appr-tilo
and not for the benefit of tho Sunday
school. Wo should not resort to festi
vals as a means of raising money for
the Sunday school if there is any oilier
way to ratso it.
Report of business committee was
na follows: Tho next Convention to bo
eld September 25, at Stillwater M. E.
Church. Executivo committee: Miss
Ella Andrews, Mr Augustus Reishlino
and Mr. Cyrus Robbins. After tho
benediction "tho Convention adjourned
to meet at the timo and place specified.
U. J. 11KSS, )
Wksi.kv Evki.anp, j-Committee.
El'FIi: C. CltBASY. J
A Russian Princess.
sun woui.li nr. (iooi companv io iiavk
Karolino Baur tells tho stoty of tho
Princess Natalie Kurakin. She was
an imposing and captivating beauty,
with tho temper of a hend, anil uecamo
the most ndmircd and feared woman
at tho court of tho Emperor Alex
ander. Her husband idolized
her, and, unfortunately, allowed her
complete control over himself. To in
dulge her love for pleasure and luxury
bo went beyond his means, and men
sold one cstato nflcr another. Unco,
when ho handed her a little packet of
bauk notes he had won, as a sort of
peace offering, Natalie seized them and
threw them into tlio fire, to euro the
eneral, as sho said, of club gaming and
Into bonis. Another night, when sho
was adorned 111 lull splendor lor a
court ball, tho general kept her wait
ing. At last ho came, greatly exciled,
with a red race and Hashing eyes. Sho
supposed tho excitement was caused by
wine, and told turn so in vehement
words. "No, dear darling, ' he pro
tested, "I had tho most important busi
ness to attend to, concerning yourself
nnd our Alexander. Look at theso
roublo note& jou will not throw them
into tho fire." "I will, though 1" she
exclaimed. And as shu spoke she
snatched tho notes and threw them into
tho flames. He shrieked in dopair,
and rushed forward to save them loo
late I There was seen a bright blaze,
and "Natalie,'' he said, in a hollow
voice, "you havo destroyed our whulo
fortuue sixty thousand pounds. I
hope, if I should not return alive from
tlio Caucasus, that you may never havo
a bitter repentance. To-day I received
orders Irom tho Emperor's own lips to
join the army in tho Caucasus to-mor
row. In order to secure you and your
child's future, I to day sold our last cs
tato to the crown, and everything now
- -1 . 1 1 rf-i 1 v.- 1 n
is uanes, italics 1 uenurui jvuiukiu, was
killed in ono of his first engagements
n tho Caucasus, and .Natalie becamo
tho most heartless of widows.
About Mr. Uladstono.
IW TIIK (JltKATESr MAN IN KUltOl'K
LOOKS ANI ACTS.
His faco is broad, noble, all hut ma
jestic in its firm lines of vigorous old
ace. I ho scanty tnnco ot scattered
gray around chin and checks meets the
sparse silver locks upon his bald, gicat
head. It is a great head physically
massive, Kiuare, broad, angled sharply
at tho cheek bones and ears; a head
which would ho chosen by a painler
for a statesman's model, but not for
that of an actor or artisan or mer
chant. It is suoh a head as a great thinker
would havo in anv domain of ouro
study. It recalls no other great head
unless, around the mouth, Uaniel Well
sler's, across tho eyebrows lleeth.oven's
1 havu seen mm sit absorbed 111 meu
contemplation for alia'.f hour at a time,
moving no muscle hut tlio ends ot tho
fingers oi bolh hands and theso movo
incessantly. When tlio thinking fit is
closed and an action resolved upon, ho
proceeds to its effectuation with alert
ness, lie is quick 111 all his move
meats. A letter is handed him. Uo
tears tho cover open rudely, adjusts
ins glasses, squares the mantiscupt.
sits upright with his legs crossed, and
wags ono loot 111 steady rhythm while
ho reads quickly down tho page, turns
to tho next, and, after following tho
lines to tho end, reflects a moment,
lays tho sheet across his lap, reliefs
again, twirls his fingers, reads the
whole letter to the end ouco more, and
then carefully folding it, puts it on tlio
lablo beloro him. With tho eagerness
of a boy he takes a folding portfolio
off tho table, adjusts it upon his knees,
dips a long gooso quill into tho ink at
tho edge ot the table, and writes with
rapidity eight or ten lines, then pauses,
reflecting over somo artful phraso to
entice, to reproach, to conceal
thought, to tease, or to entrap. Thu
feather end of thu quill is meauwhihi
sometimes between his teeth. When
thu shaping of some specific thought
is thus labored upon to completion, the
pen runs over tho pacer again speedily,
and the finish is made with a little
gesture of self' satisfaction, as if, after
all, the task wero a irillo wearisome
but tlio offort not without reward.
Fred and Willio Geratcr, itRed 9 and
11, tired of their homo in Cincinnati,
go thov nacked a bitr banket with uro
visions, Htolu $3 and n pistol from their
father, and net out to gee tl.e world.
As they saw It for threo weeks, sleep
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blacking boots in Dayton and Toledo,
and wero in a fair way to become
thorough tramps when tlio advertise
ments of tho frautio father led to their
apprehension and return to tlio parental
roof. They say that thoy havo had all
mo tramping tuey want.
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Miss., writes: "llato used tho Itemcdy. Would
not llvo without It. livery ono that uses It re.
I II. l'helns. l M.. flrlL'eL Ohio, writes' "Kilt.
tercel wllh asthma 40 earn. our medicine In 3
minutes does moio for ino than tho moot eminent,
physician did for ino lu threo years."
ll. C. 1'luinpton, Jollct, 111., writes: "send Ca
tarrh lleinedy at oneo. Cannot get along without
iu 1 uuu 11 iu uu iuu musi vaiuauio meuiciuu 1
havo et er t rtcd."
tlco. v. lirady, M'lson Co., Ky., writes: 'I om
using tho icmedy. tlalnedH pounds Inn weeks,
would not bo without It,"
Martin l'ox, Littlo Falls, N. Y., writes: "Find
llemedv excellent, rmiiil not. iivh without It."
We havo many other hcaity testimonials of cure
or relief, and in order that all surferers from Asth
ma, Catarrh. Hay Hover, and kindred diseases may
havo on opportunity of testing tho value of the
Kemedy o Hill send to any address TltlAL I'ACK-
nwi ritr.r.i!r 1. u.Aittjr.. Auurcbs,
J. 21MMKH.MAN CO., Proprietors,
Wholesale Druggists, Wooster, V a) no Co., o.
Full bUe box by mull II, (mayT-1).
BAUCH'S S25 PHOSPHATE
nt? LHRK Contains ths life and Kenmcs it
GAUt Wn" Animal Ilonos. C1I1IAP.
Ill" jss UEL.IAULB, I.AST1NU
J.'or Sale by V, W, LOW,
vsimusiiLU isu, Orangevllle, Pp..
pUKS OH HKMOItmiOIDS.-UI.CKH8
J llssure. Itching, llsluln, Ac, cured without
pain by tho liKiNsiiuiioi'i'THKSTnsNT. Illustrated
papeis explaining inosysicin ana containingref
(ircucc sent free, Aililn-ss
J. W. GOQLUaE M. J)
208 Wyoming Ave, Scranton, J'a,
till more money than at anything elsobytaka
1 M lug an ogeucy for tho best selling book out
t,J iit-glnncrs succeed grandly. None fall
Cyclopediaof Universal History
IN 3 IHPSBIAL OCTAVO VOLUMES:
hi Purifier ol the World,
Af aiisoi.uti: 01110: vou
nilUJ mt iMuW'nrn cnnes vIcM rcmllly toll
I ft ml limtiot fal lft to Ifimin iIiikIo cufo
JL ulicrdillroctloiirinro followed, ltseueccxs
has been remarkntitoninl Its cures woiulor
ful. It is tlio moxt ciiorc'irul preparation in the
market fur UATAHItll ami tho only ono Hint
rroiiil?e nn Alimluto. I'omIIIvo Ciirnt It t
ruly n hlclnt? to limikltul. A Trlnt U nit
Hint I n UmI fur It Oneo used, it In always
reenmtneiiileil Homl for testhnonlalj of actual
IT HAD HO E()UAl roit
POSITIVE CURE IS ASSURED.
Ono boltlo Is generally sufflelcnt for a euro. Stop
tnl.lng (tulnluo. Atrial only Is nrked for Kel
ler's ttATAnim llEMEnr. It Is n SI'KCII'IO
for nil dlceftfos arising from nn Itnpuro blood find
drives nil eruptions from tho ikln. 1'or Hyphl
lltle complaints It Is superior tonny preparation
In tho innrket. Uno hottlo will euro mostoftho
rolhmlnir eomtilnlnts and a continued uso will
rosmvLLT euro, ttnvo doctor bills and try It.
LOSS OF APPETITE.
FEELING. OP I.ANOOUU.
Kkli.kii'h OATAimti Hkmhdv Is no patent
medicine, but n raro nml pleasant prcnaratlon
to take nnd rarely tho greatest medical discov
ery of Ihe age. Ono bottle rejuvenates tho cntlro
srtetu and poe.cs moro vlrtno than n half
1107011 bottles of ordinary patent preparations.
Write for testimonials and uthor Infurniatlon.
D'JM'or salo by ilrutrglsts centrally,
ritici: Ni.oo a iiotti.i:. six hot
Tl.l'.M I'Olt s.i.no. On receipt of stft.oo by
Ihe rnrinufnrturer?, SAt'Eb r, Kkller h. Co.,
llnrrlsliurg, l'a,, tlx bottles will bo sent express
1'or " worn-otit," "rim-ilown," ili'WIltntcil
school tcMchers, tiillllni'i's, si-.itustrt'sa, liouso-Ucopei-s,
nnd ovti-Hoi ked woinon generally.
Dr. I'lcifu'a I'nvtnltii rrescrlptlon 3 tho best
nl till rcstomtlvutoiiios. 1 1 Is not a " Curo-nll,"
but nilmlndil y lullllls ti fluglencss of puriKjso,
liclng it most lHitcut Hilllo for ull thoao
Chronic WmtUnoaTcs uud Dlsc.iscs iH'cullnr to
wonn-it. It Is u powerful, (renentl ns well na
ittei Inc. tonio nml m-n Ino, nnd imparts vigor
mid Btttinrlli to tliuwhitlu system. It promptly
cures wnilttiess "f stomach, Indigestion, bloat
ing, weak li.uk, iicnoiH pinstinlioii, debility
uud kli-ciili-ssni ss. In cither soy. nivorlto l'ro
scrlptlon la sold bydiuggkla under our jxwf
tire mtnrantrf. S"0 wrapper nround liottlo.
1'rlcu $1.00, or Hlx IhHIIcm tor $5.00.
A lai'KO tivatiso on Diseases of Women, pro
fusely Unstinted with culoied plates nnd nu
merous wood-cuts, sent for 10 cents in stumps.
Address, WotiMi'H Dispkssauv Medical
Association, us) Main Slitvt, lluirhlo, N. l .
SICIC IIllAIiAClIi:, llllloiis Headache,
and Coiitlpatlon. imnnptly cunil by
l)r. l'lcici-'s 1'cllcti. S3c.it
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
TEL AWAKE, LACKAWANNA AND
MOUTH. I STATIONS. I SOUTH.
p.m. p.m. n.m . a.m. a.m. n m
00 la 3u s so ....scranton.... c 10 is a m
a bi u na 8 sis liclleMie.... o is a so o
8 48 l:
s si ...Taylorvllle... 6 so 9 so a 15
8 10 .. Lackawanna.. O'.tusi a !i
8 10 riltstOU I C 34 it 41 2 30
8 40 13 15
8 3.1 12 08
8 87 13 01
8 ii 11 58
8 II 11 51
8 13 11 50
8 08 11 47
8 08 11 47
s ot. ..vv est I'uiston.i c 40 9 4T
0 45 9 03 3 41
(I 40 9 54 3 44
C 5-1 10 OH 3 47
58 10 05 3 50
0 58 10 05 S 50
8 03 11 43
43 l'lyiuouth June
7 59 11 33
I. IU IU- tU
7 07 10 15 3 00
7 3 ....riymoutn..
7 54 11 31
7 50 11 30
7 43 11 33
7 80 It 13
7 18 11 00
I 34 ....AtOIldalo. . 7 IS 10 SOU 05
7 30'....Nantlcoke... 7 15 10 25 3 10
7 23 Ilunlock's deck 7 23 10 S3 3 27
7 I3.hlckshlnuy.. 7 37 iu 413 co
7 00 ..lack's l'erry..1 7 50 u 11353
0 sil..lleachllavcn.. 7 57 11 0113 58
6 47 Ucrnlck.... 8 01 11 134 05
II 41 .llrlar creek.. 8 10 11 204 12
6 38'.. willow Grove.. 8 14 11 25 4 16
I', 3!!.. .1.11) e lUdHC. 818 1120420
0 27 Uspy 8 25 11 30 4 27
11 10 51
7 05 10 47
0 58 10 41
6 54 10 38
8 50 10 31
8 43 10 37
6 3H 10 31
6 30 10 10
o 21 ...iiiooinsoun;... 8 so 11 44 4 31
0 16 .... import 8 30 11 50 I 40
6 35 10 11
o ll uatauTii uriaifo u 41 11 55 4
0 08 9 M
5 Mil. ..Danville... 8 58 12 13 5 04
B 49 ....Chulasky.,..! 9 05 12 205 12
5 4S . ... Cameron.... I 08 12 25 6 17
S 32IKorthumbcrland. 9 25 12 40 5 35
a.m. I la. in. a.m. p.m
V. Y. HAIATEAD, Supt.
Superintendent's onicc. Scranton, l'lb.ltt.iw
Philadelphia & Erie R. R. Divis
ion, 'and Northern Central
. . . TIME TABLE.
IU ClICCl JU 1J 1JLU. 1HSU.
Trains leavo Sun-
9.40 a.m.. Sea Shoto Exuress fdallv excent
Sundny), for Ifariisburg andlmermcdlatestatlons.
urnvtut; at I'uiinuciputa 3.10 p. ra, t rew ion.,
6.20 p.m.: Ilaltlmoro. 4.40 p. in. : Washington.
.50p. m., connmiu),' nt l'hlladelphla for all sea
Shore points. Through passciiL'er coach to
l.ron. in llnv exnrORs
dally excei.tSunday),forllarrlsburKnnd tnteimo
dlato stntlnns, arriving nt l'lu 1 a d o 1 p h la
u.ou p. m. ; r.cw sorK, 9.3.-) p. ni. ; itauimorv
0.45 u. 111. : WashlnL'tnn. 8.00 n. in. Parlor car
through to Philadelphia and passenger coaches
mruugu iu j uiiaueipuia unu liaillinore.
7,45 p. in. Itenovo Accommodation (dally
iur itarrisuunr uuu uu luvcruicuiaiu bullions, arriv
ing at Philadelphia 4 45 a. in. Now York 7.30 a. m,
Ualtlmoie. 5.351. 111. : Washlnclon r.30 a. m.'
sleeping car accominodatlons can bo hecured at
llarrisburgfor I'hlladelphlanud New York. 011 Sun
days a through sleeping csr will bo run; on this
train irom uiuiusp 1 to rniiaueipuia. rnuaaeiphla
panaciiscis urni icuiuiuin sleeper Uliuisiurucu uuu
7 a. in.
7.50 a. m. -Ilrlo Mall (dally except Monday,
for Hurrlsburg and Intermediate stations,
arriving at Philadelphia 8.25 a. in. New York.
11.30 a. in. ; Ilaltlmoro 8.15 a. in. ; Washington, 9.25
a. in. Through Pullman sleeping cars are run on
tuis train to l uiuueipnia, uauunoro nuu wasning-
lou, uuu mruugu pafibeiiger cuauues to muaaci-
puiu uuu xiuiiimuro.
t ru-i AlllJ.
5.10a. m. Erie Mull (dally excent sundavl. fo.
r-rio uuu mi luicriueiuaio siaiiuns unu uananoar
?:ua and Intermediate stations, Itochester, Hum
oand Nlagaru Kails, with thiough Pullman Pal
ace cars uud passenger coaches to Krlo and ltoch
9.53 News Express (aauy except Sunday) for
uuu. Iltticii unu luteiini uiaiu DIUI1UU3.
1.0O p. in. Niagara Exnress (dallv excent Hun
day) for Kane and Intermediate stations and Can-
anaaigua una principal inieriucaiate stations.
Itochester. lluffalo and Nlairara Falls with
through passenger coaches to Kano and Itochester
uuu rarior car iu v uitvius.
5.30 p. in. fast Uno (drily except Sunday)for lie.
uovu uuu iiiteriiieuiai.u siuiiutis, una r-unira. wau
kins and lntermeillate stations, with through pas-
ncuiicr vuucuea lu ivcuutuuuu vvuisius.
9.20 a. in Sunday mall for Itenovo and lntermo-
TUltOUQH TltAlNS FOlt SUNHUltY FHOMTUB
JCAOT AMU bUUTIl
Sunday mail leaves Philadelphia 4.30 a. ra
llarrlsburg 7,40 arriving at suubury 9.20 u. m. w 1th
turuugu sleeping car irom I'uuaucipuia 10 vvu
News Exnress leaves 1'hlladclDhla 4.30 a. m.
llarrlsburg, &10 a. m. dally except Sunday
arriving at Sunbury 9.53. a. in.
Niagara Express leaves
muuucipuiu, t.w u. m. ; iiuiiuuuru y.su u. in. (aauy
except Sunday arriving at buubury, 1.00 p. in.,
with through Parlor car from Philadelphia
uuu LUtvugu puaai-UKl-r lioucuca irum luriuuei-
pUla uud ilaltlmoro.
vast Uue leaves New York 9.00 a. m. ; Phlladel
nbla.ll.50a. in. : Washlmrton. 9.50 a. m li iltl
more, 10.45 ft. m., (dally except Sunday) urrlvlng at
rjuuuurj, o.ou p. 111.. nuu iuiuuku passeugei
coaches from Philadelphia and Itallitnoru.
KrleMalllcavesNew York 8.00 p. m. ; Philadel
phia, 11.2U p. uu ; Wabhlnglcn, idoo p. m. ; Haiti,
more, 11.30 p, in., (dally exccpt.Satuiday) arriving
UL nuuumj o.tu u. m., HIIW luivugu 1'uuman
Sleeping cars from Philadelphia, N ashlnglou and
liaillinore and through passenger coaebca from
HUNHUItV, llAZf.ltTIIN A- WIl.HliNIIAItltli
UA1I.1MIAI) AMI MIIITII AMI WKrtT
lilt SMII1 Kill.WAY,
(Pally except suuuay.)
WllkCbbarro Mall leaves buubury 10.00 a. in.
arriving at Uloom Kerry law a. iu., wukes-barre
Express East leaves Sunbury 5.35 p. ro., arriving
at liloom Kerry 0.2s p. in., Wllkes-barre T.U p. in
Sunbury Mall leav es Wllkrsbarro liuu a. 111. arrlv.
lng at liloom Kerry 1S.05 p. in., Hunuury 12.56 p. m
Express West leaves llkes-bai re 2.45 p. in., ar,
riving at liloom Kerry 4.15 p. iu.,sunbury e.itip,in
Sunday mall leaves Sunbury t.25 a. m., arriving
at Uloom Kerry 10.11 a. m., YUlkes-lMne 11:10 a.m.
Sunday accommodation leaves Wllkcu-liarre 5:10
1:40 "JJ,""" ' rtv '"ooiu perry, 0.41 p. in., suuuury,
'ciIaJiI l'UUH, J. 11. WOOD,
X Oen,M onager,
lien, rassenger Agent
,4Shf VltK Q
AN lNTRltr.8TlNO PIECE OK 11IST0MY
l'rcattlcnt Tvlor must liavo jinsBcd
through tlio oxpcrlcnco of n lifctlmo
during ins stny nt tlio Wliito llouso.
Ho vim nn nccldontnl President, who
rvnulicd tho chief mngiBtratoV chair
through tho denth of liU predecessor.
Uo stillcred porsonnl dolc.it In tlio (lis
ritption of tho Harrison cabinet, nnd in
changes in his own cabinet that contin
ued down totlioctofoof his Presidency.
Ins wife, tho mother of ten clilltlteii,
died in tho Wliito House after n long
illness, followed by tho death of n mem
ber of his cabinet, tlio lamented Lo
gan). Hi' wns scarcely recovered from
theso calamities and tho ootisoqtiont
chaugoi thoy mado in his domostio and
olheial li 1 0 when, in tlio ttrst uutlditig
of tonder lovo in liis widotved hoart,
tho terriblo distsler on tho Prino.'ton
Tlio Pit icoton was a United States
vessel lyitu off Alexandria and com
manded by Cant. Stockton. Ono day
in February, a few days after the
Prosidont's reception nt tho Wliito
House, tho captain received orders to
mnko liis ship ready for gucatp. A
number of distinguished public official',
with their wives', wero intited to snond
tho tlty on board, and thcro wero fully
four hundred pcrsoiiB on tlio ship, in
cliiilini; a number of Congressmen.
Thu President was in his happiest
mood, and paid much attention to the
young ladies on board, particularly lo
tho dnuchtors of Mr. Gardiner, win',
with their father wero guests of tho
Tho vtiksel Hailed down tho Potomao
below1 Koit Washington, and tlio com
pany had greatly enjoyed tho fail, the
music and tlio occasional firing of tho
largo guns 011 board, ono ot winch, tho
Peacemaker, cairicd a ball of 225
poutidi'. Tho elegant collation' was
over acd a number of persons were on
deck apain, chatting, after tlio hearty
repast they had enjoyed. Many still
reman cu 111 tho dining room. Lite
captain and first-oflicer were urged to
lire the great gun oneo more. Thoy
consented, and when just opposite the
port preparations wero mado. Many
persons stood around, tho majority of
whom wero men, to observe tlio effects.
Tho gun was fired, and before tho
smoke had cleared cries and groans
filled the air. Tho gun had burst at a
point near tho breech, and death and
desolation followed. Thoso killed out
right wero Mr. Upshur, Secretary of
State j Air. Gilmer, Secretary of tlio
Navy ; Commander Kenon, one of tho
officers of tho vessel ; Virgil Maxoy,
Into minister to tho Hague, and Mr.
Gardiner. There wero seventeen badly
wounded sailors, several of whom died.
Among tho injured were Captain
Stockton, Senator IJentonJaeut. Hunt,
of tho Princeton, and Mr Hoberteon of
Tho President ordered tho dead
bodies to bo can icd to tho Executivo
Mansion, where they wero laid in state
in tlio East room. President Tyler
afterward married Julia, the eldest of
tho four children of Mr. Gaidiner, 2i
years of nge, and dcecribed as haying
had tho advantages of fino education,
foreign travel, and much society. She
was of medium size, full figure, nnd
with a faco that was beautiful.
An Electrio Sword.
A gentleman of Shanghai, after enn
siderablo experimcntintr, invented a
new deadly weapon. This is an elec
tric swor.l, which when tho point
touch" s tho party attacked, sends a
powei ful shock through him,and if not
immediately killing will at least put
him hois du combat. Tho sword is an
ordinary military sabre, but along its
whole length is let in a fine platinum
wire, which ends at tho foil of tho wea
pon. A small but very powerful stor
age battery is carried strapped about
tho waist, much tlio same as a cartridge
box. Insulated wires connect tho bat
tery with tho sword, and by pres-iing
a button the holder can complete tho
circuit at pleasure.
A statistical expert calculates lliat if
1,000,000 babies started together in
tlio race of life 150,000 would drop out
in tho first year, 53,000 in tho second
and 22,000 in the third year. At the
end of forty.fivo years about half of
them would bo still in the race. Sixty
years would see 370,000 gray heads at
it. At tho end of eighty years there
would ho 9"j000 remaining on
tlio track ; fifteen years later tlio num
ber would bo reduced to 223 and tho
winner would quit tho track forever at
tho ago of 108.
It was anno'inced that the Thomas
Paino Socioty of Frederick county,Md.,
would eeli bralo the seventy-seventh
anniversnry of Tom Paine's death at
tho houso of Aaron Davis,near Freder
ick ; but not a celebrater appealed.
Mr. Davis himself observed tho day by
not working. Ho said that,whilo there
wero only about a dozen members of
tho Fociety, there wero threo or four
hundred bclievois in tho Paino tloo
nines hi tho oo.inty, but fear of social
ostracism or injury to thoir business
caused them toinako.a secret of their
Muiidny, the Georgia revivalist, who
is trying to convert Nashville, is r ro
formed gambler, circus juggler, and
variety ncto.-. Ho is 30 years old,
straight as an arrow.and good looking.
At a rcoent meeting iu Nashvillo it is
reported that "two gray-haired sinners,
with bolh of whom tho preacher had
previously played pokor, professed con
version and wept bitterly at tho mom.
ory of their eirors."
There aro scores of persons who aro
r- r r ... - ..
njueiiiig irom somo ionn ot uiooti dis
order or skin disease, such as Scrofula,
Boils, eta, etc. After a practical test,
J, H. Mercer asserts that Acker's Wood
Elixir will certainly euro all such dis
casts, including Syphillis and llhoiim
ntism. Itis net a patent nostrum, but a
scientific- preparation, ho guaianties it.
J. II. Morcer wishes to mako an
assertion, which ho can back with n
positive eunranteo. It is all about
Ackers Wood Elixir. Ho claims for
it superior merits over all other remed
ies of its kind, nnd gunrantccs for it a
positive and sure euro for ijlieumntism,
Syphillis, and all blood disorders, it
frees tho skin from spots nnd disease,
and leaves tho comploxiou clear
Ask him about it
After a thorough test J. II. Mercer
most positively nsseits that Acker's
English Ifemcdy is the best medicine
for asthma, croup, coughs, whooping
cough and nil lung troubles that cau he
lound. Ask him about it, for ho fully
J. JL Mercer would especially recom.
mend to tho ladies Acker's Dyspepsia
Tablets. As a laxativo they havu no
equal. They aro guaranteed to euro
Chronic Constipation, Dyspepsia, nnd
all diseases aiising from a deranged
stomach. With a free uso of tho Tab.
lets, Sick Hoadaoho is impossible.
ILLUSTRATIVE Sample FREE.
nnuii iiiiwi.s.1 r
1 fi.l M..1I..1 UVb nn Manhftnd. NttVOUS and
rhys!cal Debility, I"rcmtur(i Dccllno In Man,
Kilisiistcil Vitality, At, At, nd tho untold mis
cries resulting from Indiscretion or excesses 0O
pages, substantially bonnd In frill, muslin. Con
tains moro tlisn 1M Invslnablo prescriptions, cm
hrsclng every reccUtlo remedy In tho pharma
copoeia for nil scuto and chronic diseases. It Is
emphatically a book for every msn. l'rlco only l
by null, post paid, concealed In plsln wrapper.
It.l.tlSTIlATIVK HtMI'I.i: I'UIll! TO AIX
Young and mldJIc-nRcil men for tlio next ninety
days. Fend now, or cnt this out, as you mny never
see It again. AdJre-sPr. W. II. l'AHKKM Hal
finch street, Poston, Mas.
CURES ALL HUMORS,
from n common Illolcii, or Kriintloti.
to tho worst Scrofitln. 'Hir, beat lllaod
I'url Her over discovered. llyDrug(rl6ts.
for Infants and Children.
"Csjtorlsilsso well adapted tochlldrcnthat I Castort cures Colic, Constipation,
Irecommcndltassupcriortoany prescription I gS,Hr f'macn' f'MTheoa, Eructation,
known tome." II. A. Ancnii, M.D.. I '"SoT18' e'TC lecp' d Promoto
111 Bo, Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. Without Injurious modlottloo.
Tm CswtAcn Coxrurr, 183 Fulton Street, N. T.
if UCSTlOrc OF THE HOUR.
EVERY THING THAT IS
NEW AND STLYISH FOR THE SEAON,
CAN EE BOUGHT
(CfflEAPEE THAI ITEM.
A Large and
ALSO A LAHGE AND SELECT LINE OF
Call and be Convinced that you ;have the
LARGEST SELECTION OF GOOES
LATEST STYLE, BEST QUALITY,
AND AT '
The Lowest Possible Prices
w&mm . itiiiBiK
& B, JKOBMIS, "
Foreign aud! Domestic
WINES AND LIQUORS
AND JOBBER IN CIGARS,
MERCHANT IRON k STEEL-
Storo and Wnu'limwn, Noa. 120 X- 128 Franklin
Avuniif, No. 2 Lack'a Avt'iiuo ifc 210, 212 & 211 Cen
A CONSTANT euro is excr
. oit-ctl in the sowing of our
Clothing; Sciuns, JJiittons,
Buttonholes uro nil carefully ex
11n1ine.1l nnd tested by competent
workmen. In short, our stock
of Clothing in all cssenttiil points
is very strong nnd nttrnctivc.
A C. YATES & 10.
G02-00-1-GOO CHESTNUT ST.
Best Made Clothing in Philadelphia.
Varied Stock of
for tho tV'Kliiatcil Clilckcrlnjr, Ivcrs &
a unu. unu usi'it r-oii rianos. Worltlrc-
nowijcij Ktt Oij. 1 1 , Violins, Acionltoas
nnU Shut Jh.tit. CtltliinUil Mlillf, Ntw
Hlvll Aim llr.vlo rv'..w Tl.n., 11.... ..1 Cf
Jol,n a"l Lifilst Jdinning Dniicstto r-twlng
nmi;iuiiio. j.iLnitf, uu uuu nuiK tiincniEi
for all inakcB of Btwlng Jlaclilnts.
Ketall dealers in