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SAMUEL J. TILDEN.
sidenl by tho Domccraln.
Tlio campaign was ona of tbo most
notnblo In tho history uf tho country.
It was under Governor Tildon's direct
Jon, ami up to tho closo of tho polls
wns wltliout n mistake. Its events nro
Bnftioicntly fntnillar not to need re
counting here, nnd tho question in
volved by tho final setllemetit nro too
complicnted to bo stated in detail in
lha lime and ppaco nt our command.
All honest nnd fair-minded men it! tho
country boliovud and maintained that
Mr. Tililcn was fairly elected to tbo
l'resldenoy of tbo United States, nnd
that ho was cheated out of it.
Sinco tho closo of tho famous Presi
dential imbroglb, Mr. Tildcn lias lived
in retirement and almost in scolusion,
lit falling health.prcvcntlng him from
taking an active part in public nffairs
during a greater part of tbo past eight
or ten years' Ho did, indeed, direct
more than ono subsequent campaign
in an unobstriicllve way, through tho
agency of devoted partisans who re
ceived their inspiration from him, but
thero was always more or less question
as to tho prcciso psrt which ho had
taken In tho political movements of
tho day. In 1880, his name was, of
course, brought forward in connection
with tho Presidential nomination of
bis party, nnd there were thousands
who clamored for his "vindication.''
Ho declined, however, to permit tbo
uso of his aamo tn tbo convention of
Again, in IRB-f, his warmest adher
ents demanded that ho bo placed at tho
head of tho tiokot,but on .Tunu 11 of that
year ho wroto to Mr. Daniel Manning,
then tho Chairman of tho Stato Com
mltteo of Now York, reiterating his
declaration of four yenrs boforo.
Sinco then his only notable appear
ance befnro tho pubbo has been as tbo
writer of a letter to Speaker Carlisle,
under dato of December 1, 1885, in
which ho urged that tho surplus in the
National Treasury should bo devoted
to tbo improvement of our coast de
fenses and tho construction of a great
Seven years aco Mr. Tilden deter
mined to enjoy that repose which years
of arduous labor in pnblio and pfivato
affairs entitled him .to havo and which
an ample fortuno enabled him to find.
His physical strength was impaired
ahd bis health, nover robust, was, with
increasing age, becoming precarious.
His vital organs were, however, sound.
Ho needed and longed for uninterrunt
ed quiet. Ho had always a fondness
for tho country. Horses, sheep, dom
ostic fowls, and even dogs wcro to him
something moro than useful and orna
mental appendages of a country estab-
iistimcnt. icey wero objects of study
and Bources of intellectual recreation
Tho funeral was held at Groyetone
on Saturday morning and tho remains
were buried at New Lebanon. The
body was attired in full dress, and it
reposed in a double casket the outside
ono beintr of Spanish red cedar cover
ed with black silk plush, and tho in
side ono ot copper liued with tufted
satin, with a full length glass cover.
Tho caskets wero placed in a solf-lock
ing water and bnrglar-proof gravo
vault, and this is incased in a marblo
vault Mr. Tilden's fortune is estimat
ed at S25,000,000,and is disposed of by
win. nc was never married.
A Husband's Neat Bevenge
THN WAY SOME JEALOUS RIVALS
EVEN WITH A MAIlItIRD 11EAUTV.
Long Branch Corr. New York Herald.
Husbands aro not always so blind
as they seem. Ono of them nerformed
a very clever act on Saturday afternoon.
A young and handsome basso singer
uC.uUlu iu uuu oi uio comio opera
companies in Now York had been re-
cuperating hero for several days, be
devoted rather too much attention to a
,"'lu.'' "uurovo inner earn-
age, walked with her on tho porches
and Bat With her M the SamQ nlaco Until
tho moon went to sleep. The flirtation
grew very tiresomo to other married
women who- had nothing of tho kind
on baud. Somo meddlesome person
...uuufj ujcou "uuio iieanea puiinnuirop-
IStS drOPPCd tho hUBband a nfltn fell,
ing that if ho didn't want horns upon
Ilia tiniwl l..M 1,(. .1 1. I
Jus head lio'd better como down hero
and look after his wife. Ho was not
slow to tako the hint. Ho sent his
spouso word that ho would be down
on the 0:47 train, but instead of that
ho came early in tho afternoon and bad
tho extreme pleasure of seeing the
equipago he supported for his wife
drive up to reeeivo that lady and tho
basso singer. When they had entered
uio viciona no caned a public cab and
iouoweu, uio road led toward l'leas-
uro Bay, and when a long sunny stretch
was reached ho Jiailed his own coach
I J n,i . . .
man uueau. i no man Knew his voice
and pulled up tho grays. Tho hus
band discharged tho hired cab and
sent it back. Then ho stepped to his
who s carnago and ordered her com
panion to mount upon tho box beside
the driver. Thero were signs of insub
orainaiion nut no words, tor the hits
uanu iiuieuy put nis nana into nis hm
pocket (whero he only had a silk band-
Kercniei, uo declares). Tho pretty
Dinger iounu nimseit undone barred
cut, as it wero. Ho took tbo cuo and
mounted to tho box, and I sa.v tho
party return, having been apprised by
a mutual friend as to what was likely
to ocur. Tbo husband ordered tho
coachman to drive slowly past, in full
.1 i.i i . . . I
view of tho hotel, and everybody who
knew tho young nitshcr saw hira seat
ed on tho box besido tho Bletk driver
IT. .1! i r
iiv uiHuppearca soon alter ana every-
uvuy voieu tno nuHuauu a pmiosoiiiier,
It beats a kicking all to pieces.
A I.AWVKlt IN VKNTd AN IJtl'OltTANT MKI
IQAI, lNaritlJJtKNT. "
A series of experiments worn nrr.
formed Tuesday at Milan, a Binall town
in uio southern part ot Alicbiernn. that
aro thought to make certain a great
advance in ono branch of medical
treatment. Mr. Kue-eno Allen ban nnr.
fected an instrument which lie h.i
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iicuu ivuiKiiig at ror a numuer ot vears.
for tho transfusion of blood directly
from ono animal or person into another.
ikuiuo ir vo uvi-tooiiio tno oniv
!,,-. ... , : , r . .7 '
, ol! , eJ"81" b3 ?0l 1 10 mol
cess of this operation, tho clotting of
fllft IllAril ntii-l i nnnnni ffillAuiinx i . ...
r ti. t i w .1
n 27, iii U 1 , "P""
meata a aiokabcep as placed at ono
end of tho instruinent and
u lll.-.lllliy I
ono at tho other, and a very visiblo
. . I
chaugo for.tho better was the result in
tlio sick ono. The other was then al
lowed to bleed ns long n blood would
now, aim was resusciatcd by blood
taken from tho calf. Thero wcro pros-
nr.r irfoart r,1(.t i t in' f
VH IWUDDUID LAULIIJI1 UI1U J Ilk II lilt! U I I
Ilm mwlionl denerhn.nt f lwi otnln I
university, and four or five local phy
slciaus. Tho professors took an instru
ment baok to Ann Arbor,.-,. It will
probably bo introduced in tHNiospitnl
tnero. mo inventor is a iww
vver liv .i
rnfoaa!n n,l n.-n.,n.l n fnt, .T-nn,!. V
i.niii ill i,ni.i,nJ...;ntin.i i.i
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Tho Patal Lightning Stroko.
Tho casualties by lightning strokes
havo been unusually frequent this sea
son In tho destruction of both life nnd
property. Tbo electrical disturbances
iiavo been urcntcr thin is common,
and tho larger percentage of fatality is
uiuh lugiutiuy uxpiniiiuu I um uio inui
that nearly every day reports a start
ling record of fatal results from light
ning, should impress upon pcoplo gen
erally tbo necessity of employing every
re.monnhlo precaution against sueli
It is hardly possiblo to ' pcifectlv
guard person and property from tho
disastrous results of tho lightning
stroko but n large majority of tho
cases reported could havo been pre
vented by tbo exorcise of common
sciiso precaution. Tho man who takes
shelter under mi isolated tree in n
thunder storm, docs his luvcl best to
cxposu himself to tbo fatal stroko.
Nearly or quito half of all tho casual
ties by lightning nro invited by tbo
victims by taking shelter under largo
tiees, which must attract a discharge
of electricity if it comes anywhere
near them. Mnnv people at work in
fields or traveling on tbo highway, are
unable to find shelter from sudden
thunder-storms ; but when rcfugo must
bo taken out of doors, let it. bo in tho
smallest bushes or trees wlu.'ih can bo
found, The Indians had a tradition
that tho beach tree was protected by
tbo Great Spirit from tbo licbtninc
stroke, and tho con of tho forest al ways
took rcfugo under tbo boughs of the
beech i but tho only protection tho
Great Spirit gave to tho beach tree,
wns to causo other trees to grow larger
and attract tho electrio dischargo to
themselves. At best a treo affords but
little shelter from n thundor-storm and
in most cases a bush or a fonco would
afford equal protection with greatly
Tbo proverbial lightning-rod man is
responsible for tbo loss of many lives
ami much property by lightning, bo
sides cheating tho sufferers out of their
money. A very largo propoition of
tbo lightning-rods erected in the rudest
nnd most unsightly manner on country
bouses and barns, only aid in attract
ing tho deadly lightning stroko without
affording any protection to either life
or property. Good lightning rods aro
very useful and in most cases will
fully proteot both person and houso ;
but only tbo beBt, erected bv a thor
oughly compotcnt operator, who fully
understands causo and effect m dealing
with lightning, aro worth anything.
They must bo made of tho best materi
al ; tbey must bo put up to diffuso tbo
electrio current as soon as it reaches
tho conductor ; they must cover every
vulnerable point, and they must end in
tho earth at a depth that will bo cer
tain to proffer moisturo to scatter the
Tho present cheapness ot copper
brings tho best lightning conductors
within tho reach of all who can afford
any protection to their buildings
Tbo copper wiro cable is tbo only rod
that should bo used, ns each strand of
tho cablo presents a largo conducting
surlaco and a small rod is tnus equal
to a much larger solid conductor. In
stead of high rods running up nt one
or two points ot tlio root, each vulner
able point of a building should have a
manv-pronged point, and each should
connect with an encircled conductor
around the base of the roof, with two
or moro escapes to tho moist earth, or
into a cistern. A building thus pro
tected, will be safe from all ordinary
lightning strokes, and persons in houses
thus protected need not take thn pre
caution to snut windows and doors or
tn nltiHn draftR of .lamti nir. an liritmnrr
will never leavo a good conductor to'ily
on to a Dad one. it will como in on
currents of damp air if it can find no
better way to reach tho earth, but
will always adhere to a properly con
structeU liglitmng-rod unless tho con
ductor is insufficient to con
vnv tlin p.linvrrn nf nWfrinitir
The possibility of an overcharge sug-
costs tho wisdom of tbo Conner cablo
with its immeuso 'conducting surfaco
in a small space. When in "buildings
not protected by conductors, windows
n.,,1 .Innra uliniilil l,r CilUr nlnou1
during thunder-storms, and inmates
. .? , ... . . .
Bhould avoid proximity to chimney;,
as they arc most likely to bo mado the
improvised conductors of an electric
digebargo ; but being bad conductors
the charge is liable to lly off with any
moist current in other directions.
Lightning, with all its alleged freaks,
scrupulously obeys tho laws of naturo
and of common sense.. In point of
fact, what aro often published ns
"freaks of lightning" aro no "freaks'
at all, but simply the electric dischargo
following the best currents of attract-
ion within us leach. It is amenable
to all tbo laws of common souse, and
common sense precautions only aro
necessary to protect lifo and property
lrom its lata! stroke.
Houses aro much lees exposed to
lightning than barns. Especially at
this season of tho year, whon the heat
ed gases lrom now crops invite light
ning for many yards beyond the" at
tracting power of tho building itself,
unprotected barns aru much exposed
to lightning, nnd, in most cases, tho
barn is instantly enveloped in flames.
Thcso facts emphasize the necessity of
lightning conductors tor every barn
that is mado the receptacle of crops
ot hay and gram ; but it tho average
peripatetic lightning-rod man is allow-
l'uil'tu:u Ui!lliuiiii;iuu man jo iwiuw-
ed & do til0ob,as a rule, bo will only
expose the barn to greater danger than
if left without conductors.
Thero are intelligent and rt-sponsiblo
men who erect lightning rod, ami
they should be sounht out and employ
ed to tho exclusion of all cheap clap
trap operators eniaircd in tlio trade-
in short, farmers should oxcrciso tho
samo iutcllii'cnco In protecting their
barns nnd houses from lixibluiuir that
tbev exercise in tho selection of their
implements and machinery. Thero
is no special science in erectiui' Hinit-
"ig conductors, but thero is room for
tho employment of at least average
comruou sense, nnd if that wero done.
thero would bo verv few casualties to
euner person or property irom tno
lightuing stroke. Times.
riu. nna ,,n;,. i,
vver uttc million
tw'0, - vo' niontb
t!H of Ackers
Bold in tlio past
purely upon their
miviiid. ,f liy nuuut wiui vuiutiiu vuil
stipalion, Dysneimia, Sour Stomaoli,
Si'k Hdaollc. lear bum. and l-'cmalo
trnuli r.o ivlinn I II Mnw.ni. nfl nn
MIV IJ ST II W II u a 1III.IULI UIIIL1D
you relief and positive cure in tho
Dyspepsia Tablets. No sells them on
j. it. fiercer wisnes io mako an
assertion, which Iio can
back with a
. . .
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ics ot its kind, and guarantees tor it a
positive nnd sure euro for lthuuinatism.
Svlililllitl. ruwt nil lilnn1 iliunrtlpra it
CCS 1110 SKIII ITOIll 81)018 nild UlSCaSO,
and loaves tho comploxioii clear
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hay fever catarrh
if atttnani ov an In
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livflrllt, tcanliirU nnd
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thorn from 5 to 25 Mr dar. Home hare
earned owr $.' loamy. Kithenei.yourjcof old. Capital
not require J. Vou are itarted Trea. Thosu wUo start at oac
are aUglutclj mit c( luuv Utile fgrtuoca, Ml I new,
Nov. SOW ly.
iin c. siioinxiixiirs acahkm v,
Oil YOUNG MEN AND IIOYB. MKI11A. l'A.
miles from l'ulladelnlila. l'ixeil nrlco co era
u.i-ij even uwhL au, iueMra euarkea.
No incidental expenses. No examination ror ad
mission. Tvrclvo experienced teachers, nil men,
and all graduates. iJnccIal onnortunlllcs ror ant
btudcntH to advance rapidly. fecclal drill for dull
and backward boys. I'atrons or btuilcnts may m.
leet any btudlea or cliooso tho roirular Kngllali, M-
cuiiui. iusiite&s, i-iaisicai ur i-ivii j-.ni;inecriuir
courso. students tltted at Jledla Academy are
now In llaivard, Yale, l'rluceion and ten other
CoItcL'es ami l'olj teclinlo scliools. 10 htudents
sent to collepro In 183, 15 In 1BSI, 10 In ln-j, iu In
1K-.0. A irraduatlnir class iterv nnrln llm mm.
merclal department. A I'hytlcal and Chemical
i.uuuruiurj, in mnasium nnd nail (irounil. isuo
VO.S. added 10 llbiarv In 1kK.'1. 1MivsIc.iI nmnmliK
uuuuii-ii iu ioa. icuiu iius seven cuurcucs nnu a
temperanco charter wlilcli prolilbtts the sale ot all
Intoxicating drinks. For new illustrated circular
uuv.t v .l.v , lUllj'lll U1IV. 1 .Uj'.lC.UI, & 1 i 111 IV V..
BuiJiui.iuuts, A. -vi., (iiarvaid urauuate,) .Media,
L btalned and all natent business ntrended tn rnr
mode-rut o fees.
our onice la opposite the U. 8. Patent Otllco, and
wo can obtain Patents In less time than those re-
uiuieirum vt asmngion.
Bend model or drawlnir. Wo advlso astonat.
entabllltyfreoofcliarso, andwociako no cUarae
unless patent Is secured.
We refer here, to tho Postmaster, tho supt. of
, uu, j "luei j'n., aim iu uiut-iais oi me u. o.
Patent Oltlce. l'or circular, advice, terms and
references to actual clients In your own blate or
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
M Oppositn lUtcat onico, VsliingtOD, u 0
W. It. TUBBS, PROPRIETOR
Lari: cf and convenient sample rooms. Hath rooms
hot aud cold water and all modern conveniences
Piu:s oh miMOHiuioins.-vi.cKits
llbsiire, Itching, fistula, Ae.,cuml without
pain by tho Iiuinkeuiioh' Thkatjikm'. Illustratnl
papers explaining thusvstein and iontniniiiL.ri.r.
ereuces scut free. Address
J. W. GOOLlBQJi. M. J)
208 Wyominy Ave, Scranton, J'u,
IS:; i! tho
an aiisoi.uti: ctntr. rou
nHM tnt flnhbnrn riws yield remllly to It
I nn,l I, in not fulled to (fun, a Mnjrlo eno
-V where directions nro followed. ItAfucr-oM
1ms been rcinnrkabloand Its cures wonder
ful, It Is tlio ino'tsurocstrul prepnratlon In tlio
timrketfor fJATAltltll ntut tlio only una Hint
proiiiiFri. mi .i,Kiiiiiie, i-i,uiro mire, ll is
ruly a blcffstnir to tunnklrut.
A Trial la all
llacil. It lfl nlirnvi
that Is ncki'it fur It. Once used, It Is altrars
Kond for testimonials of actual
IT HA no i-qtfAt. ron
A POSITIVR CUKE IS ASSURED.
Ono bottle Is ncncrally sumclcnt for a cure. Stop
taking (lulnlne. A trial only Is asked for Km.
I.mi's (Utaiiuii ItkMunr, It Is a srnciFIU
for nil il (senses nrlslng fromnii tinpuro blood and
drives all eruptions from tlio skin, for Syi lil
lltlc complaints It Is superior toany preparation
In tlio market, (Ino bottlo will euro must of tho
rollimlnK complaints and a continued uso will
rosmvELY euro. Havo doctor bills and try It,
LOSS OP APPETITE.
PEELIKU OP LANUOUH.
KKttcn'H I'ATAimii IIkmkiiy is no patent
medicine, but a saro nnd pleasant prepnratlon
to take nnd surely tlio irrcntcst modlcnl dlscov.
cry of tho nice. Ono bottlo rejuvenates thocntlro
system and poessci moro virtno than a half
ilorou bottles of ordlnnry patent preparations.
Wrlto for testimonials nnd other Information.
l'or sale bydrmrirlsts trcnerally.
l'illCi: M1.00 A IIOTTI.K. SIX HOT
TI.11S roll !r00. On receipt of 85.00 by
tho manufacturers. Hamitkt. !'. Ivwr.T.ien Sl (!n..
Itarrbliiiryr, I'a., six bottles wilt bo sent oxprcss
1 wnrn-niil." " riiiil,ui-ii. ,1, 1ilt!tiHi.,1
FOlicol tcncli"i-s, inllllni-i-s, wutiivtit'ssi. Iiousp-
klui'i rs. inni nirr-woiKCd wotnen c;elicrilliy,
Dr.l'lomi'n l'nvmlti) riiwriptiou Is tbo best
ol nil ifstmut U a tun iiu. 1 1 U not n " Cure-all,"
but lulinlinlily ltilillin u elnirlciKws of pui-io',
lielntr n most isitcnt Sp-eltlo lor all thoso
Cluouio Weaknesses nnd DisiMses jioctillar to
wiimen. It Is n iMwinful, ircncinl n well as
liti'ilne, tonln nnd nervine, nnd Impaits vlrmr
nndstictmth to thowliot(sv8tcni, Itpromptlr
elites HMikness of stninncli, ImliccM Inn, blnat.
Imr, weak back, iicvviiiis pmsliiillon, debility
and slecplctsiiiws. In I'llherscv. l-'nv oi lto ln.
scriptloii Is sold by ilrtisorlsu under our
(fee (tutrriiifn. Sco VMiiiii, ii niniind bnttK
I'rlco iJl.tIO, or his buttles lor $.",.()().
A laiu-o tixiitisn on Dlsensm of Women, tins
fuselyllluitratiHlwItli eolouil plates mid nil
Inenius wocsl-ctits, sent lor 10 cents In etiimps.
Address, Wonui'8 Disi'k.ns miy MlMiirvi,
Association, ik Jluln stmt, llutrnlo, N. V.
SICK Iir.AlsACIIt:, lllllnus Hradatlie,
and Constipation, promptly cured by
Dr. l'icico's l'elkts. Sju.uvl.il, .
RAZIjROAS TIMS TABLE.
ELAWARE, LACKAAVANNA AND
a.m. a.m. p.m.
10 9 15 2 05
0 15 9 20 2 10
6 20 9 20 2 15
0 27 9 ai 2 22
0 31 9 41 2 30
p.m. p.m. a.m
uu la au
8 04 12 art
8 48 is as
8 40 18 15
8 3:) 12 08
8 27 12 01
8 2-' 11 58
8 II 11 51
8 12 11 50
8 08 11 47
8 08 11 47
8 0.1 11 42
7 59 11 38
. . ..Mnltby"....
Bennett. . ,,
O 40 9 47 2
0 45 J 52 2 41
u 49 U 51) 2
0 51 10 00 2
II 58 10 05 2 50
0 58 10 05 2 50
1 02 10 10
i oa ....riymoutn....
1 31 ....Avondale. .
7 3D ....Nnntlcoko...
7 07 10 15 3 00
7 12 10 20 3 05
7 15 10 25 3 10
7 54 11 31
7 50 11 30
7 43 11 2.1
7 30 11 12
7 18 11 dO
7 11 10 SI
7 05 10 47
6 58 10 41
6 51 10 as
6 60 10 31
7 23 10 82 3
7 37 10 44 3 aa
7 su 11 11 a
7 57 11 Oil 3 58
8 01 11 134 05
8 10 11 20 4 1
8 14 11 25 4 16
8 18 11 29 4 20
8 25 11 3114 27
6 42 10 27
6 30 10 21
6 30 10 10
6 25 10 11
6 08 0 6(1
0 00 8 49
8 30 11 44 4 34
8 30 II 50 4 40
8 41 11 65 4 46
6 ll'Catawl'a llrlnVe
5 5oi. ..Danville
8 DJi 12 13 5 04
5 49 ....Chulatky.... 9 05 12 205 12
5 45 .... Cameron.... 9 08 12 255 11
5 32 Northumberland 9 25 12 406 35
5 55 9 45
5 40 9 32
.iu.i ia.m, a.m. p.m
W. P. IIAI.STEATI. Sunt
Superintendent's onico. Scranton, reb.lst.iss
Philadelphia & Erie R. R. Divi
ion, and Northern Central
TUt TAP I C
In effect June i:ithiR.i Mr,
trains leavo Sun
9.40 a.m.. KCa Minrn rmrwia Mnflv nvr.AT.4-
Klinitnv. fr 11-irH.I.IIn, nr.., I if. !
n.J,n, ' . ... ., J . v "ulu-n"ieuimuHUllluils,
aj.i,iuti u. 1 uuimcipuiu ti. id p. m. ; kcw york,
6.20p.m.; lialtlmoro, 4.40 p.m.; Washington
o.wp. m connecting at Philadelphia for an sea
uuiuvs. iiiruugu passenger coach
1.10 p. m. Day exrircss
aai y except sunday),rorlIarrlsburg and lnterme-
dlate stations, arriving at Plifl
6.50 n. m,
New York, 9.35
0.43 p. m,
through to Philadelphia and passenger coaches
i . b "i.iiv.Hit. uuu uaiiiuiore.
1,1-1 p. m. iienovo Accommodation
for llarrisburg and all lntcnnedlate stations, nrrt v.
us iiuuui-ii'uuw w u. m. ; isew iorK7.30
Ualtlmore, 5.25 a. tn. ; Washington 0.8O a.
New York 7.30 a. m.
sleeping car accommodations can bo secured it
HarrlsbunrforPhlladelniiinnniiK'pw vnri- .w.
days a through sleepfugcar will bo run; on this
train from WllTlamsp't to Plilladelphla.Plilladelphla
7 aTm moitciiui-unuisiurnca unil
to a. m. Erie Sf nil (dally except Monday.
llarrisburg and Intermcdlato stations.
at Philadelphia 8.25 a. m. New York,
11.30 a. in. ; lialtlmoro 8.15 a. m. ; Washington, 9.:
o-m. Through Pullman sleeping cars aro rune
this train to Philadelphia, lialtlmoro and Washlni
cars aro run on
ton, and through passenger coaches to
puiu ivuu uaumiuru.
&.10a. m Erin Mnll Mntlv ...... ki,..., A
Erie and all lntcrmedlato stations nim ivmintu'
lrua and Intenneritntn stnllnnu l.niw.cir..
nnnit Mlni.nrd Valla xuit I, , 1. . ...... I. i,..,,.t .
uttia auu passenger coacnes to lirio and Itoch-
9.5:1 Nows Express (dally except Sunday) for
l.OU D. in. Nlui?flrl t-'xnrpMS (l.illv pv.nn, j..n
day) for Kano aud lntcrmedlato stations and Can-
unuaigua ana principal intermcdlato stations.
HOChester. lluffalo and N'lae-nrn. IVnlla L-iti!
throuuh Das&eneer coaches tn ivAnnnnri iinni,..,..
5.30 p. m. Fast Line (dally except Sundayjfor Ito
nov 0 aud Intermediate stations, and Elmtra, Wat
kins and Intermcdlato stations, with through pas.
scnger coaches to ltcnovo and Watklns.
.u a. m.-sunday mall for ltcnovo and lntcrrae-
THIIOUQU TRAINS l'Olt SUNIlUlty yitOJt THE
ACiU BUU 1 11.
onuuuv mail leaves I'niinneiniiin a sn n m
llarrlsburtr 7.40 arrlvlnirntsiintiiiri.il en n m u.1,1.
iuiuuu sieepiucur irom 1'uuaaeipuia to Wit
News Express leaves Phlladclnhla 4.so a.m.
Itarrlhburg, s.10 a. m. dally except Sunday
arriving at Sunbury 9.5J. a. m. ' '
Ntntrnrn TTvnrpoc, Ion...
uuwiufum, i,u u. iu, ; uunuiiuru i.au a. m. taany
except bunday arriving at sunbury, l.uo p. in.,
with through Parlor car from Philadelphia
and through passenger coaches from Phlladel.
Past line leaves Now York o.oo a. m. ; Phlladel
more, 10.45 a. m,, (dally eicept'sunday) arriving at
u.uu ,,uu iuivuuu passenger
rnnrhfs (mm I'lilln.tinl.t.i , n....! -kl
ciiujiuuieuvusnuvv 1 orK o.uu p. m, ; Phlladel-
puia. I1.2UH. in. : woshlnetcn. uluin m ii.ni
aw p. in,
more, i;.2U p. in., (dolly except.Saturday) arriving
at bunbury 6.10 a. m., Willi through Pullman
Sleeping cars from Philadelphia, Washington and
Ualilmoro and through passenger
HllNlllIItV, IIAZI.1CTO.V it tVII.KI!Mll tltH);
IIAII.UII.VU ANll Ml It Til AMI W'KHT
UV M1I ltill.WAV.
fDallv exeenr. stin,iiiv.v
WTlkcsbarro Hail lenves Kiinbtirv mm a r.
iinlvlng at Illoom Ferry 10,63 a. m., Wllkes-barr'e
Express East leaves Sunbury 6.35 p. m., arriving
i UlOOm Ferrv IL24n.ln.. WllLpu.lM.rr,, 1 KS ,,
BUnbliry Mall leaves Wllkpsti.irrn in dun n'rrlv.
Ing at Uloqm Ferry 12.05 p. in., Huubury 12.65 p. m
nxpress west, leaves vi iikes-barro 2.45 p. m., ar.
riving at Dloom Ferry 4.15 p. m.,bunbury 6.li'p.m
tsunday mall leaves sunbury 9.25 a. m arriving
t illoom Ferry 10.11 a. m.. Wllkes-llano lino o.ui.
Sunday accommodation leaves Wllkes-Uarro 6:10
lop' arrlv"1 81 Ul00m i'err'i P- w-s sunbury,
ciIaJk. PUOII, J. 11. WOOD.
uen.Maiiager, ocn. Pas&entcr Agent
First Charlomngno did rctgn,
Then IaiuIs DoTjonnalre
And Charles tho Data succeeded htm,
Whllo touts was Clmrlo's ltclr.
Ahother 1mis on tho throno,
Willi Cntlonmn wd boo,
llut Charles tho "fat" soon takes their place,
ltulcr of ricrmnny.
Ami then tlio Franks cliooso IrawCountenden,
Then ' Simple" Charles comes on,
Then Ittutolpli reigns for thirteen years,
Then Iuls firth, Cltarlcs' son,
And next in order, King fitlialre,
And Ionia nftlt wo trace,
Theso were tho Init of what It called,
Tlio Cnrlortnglan race.
And next nrlso the Capet line,
Tho nistwns Hugh, I ween,
And ploui ltobert follows ot,
With ConsUnco hh proud queen,
And Henry first, and Phillip llret.
And Louis sixth wo nco,
And Louis seventh, called "Lo Jenne, "
A treacherous king was ho,
Philip Augustus now comes on,
A monarch fond of strife,
And Louts eighth next takes the throne,
With lilnncho his royal wife,
Then Louis mutii "Tho HalnC appears,
And Philip third, "Tho Hold."
And Philip fourth, "Tho Fair," Is next,
Among tho kings enrolled.
And Louis tenth reigns for two years,
Fourth Charles "Tho Fair," and Philip sixth
And John "Tho flood," pass by,
Tlireo Charles, Louis eleventh, and
Another King Charles toj,
And Louis twelfth, tho wiso nnd good,
Then Francis comes to view,
Then Henry second, Francis second
And cruel Charles comes In,
Tho Henrys, thirteenth Louis nnd
Then Cardinal .Mngarln,
Louis fourteenth, then Orleans,
Itegent for seven yeari
Iouls fifteenth, sixteenth and next
(ircat Iionaparto appears,
Louis, Charles tenth and I.ouls;phlllppe,
Aro with tho times that wcro ;
Napoleon third then ruled tho land
Tho hapless emperor,
must hi:shion or tiii; poiity-ninth
i ho first suasion of Coiicrcss which
ended last Tlmrad.iy covered a period
of sovon niontlisnnd twenty-eight days.
yji tins timo 1110 oenmo was 111 eesaion
101 days and tho Houso 18.r) days.
During that timo there wero introduc
ed in tlio two houses 13,203 measures,
of which 10,011 were IIouso hills. L'U
House joint resolutions and 2,891 hills
nnn tfj joint resolutions of tlio Senate.
Tho mcasuters proposed for en act men I
into laws exceeded in unrulier by 2919
those introduced at the first Bession of
tlio 48th Coiicrcss which sat for seven
months and four days, or ICS days of
actual working time. Thev covered
all sorts of subjects, from tho payment
ot a lauorer at tno capital lor extra
services, to complex questions of tarih"
legislation and legislation with respect
to tho railroad finauces. Of the entiro
number compnitively few wcro of what
,, ;! l.n ..1 . : 1 .
MKiii, uu itimtu iiuuuuui importance.
Tho greater number wero measures of
a private nature or of merely local im
portance, sucn as relict and pension
bills j for tho erection of public build
ings ; for bridging rivers j for grant
ing right of way to railroads through
military or Indian reservations : lor
tlio removal of political disabilities; for
changing judicial districts ; for tho es
tablishment of new land ollices j for
changing tho names or location or in
creasing tho capital stock of national
banks ; for printing tho public docu
ments, itc, Ac. A very small percen
tage of tho wholo number of bills in
troduced of either a general or private
nature become laws ; comparatively a
small number succeeded in wnimr
through tho committees to which thev
.nr ....r 1 v . .
luienuu, ami reacmng tno calen
dars ot tlio respectivo houses. Some
secured passage in tho house in which
tnoy originated but failed of action iu
me omcr urancn and a very largo
miuiuci ui iiii-asure1) mat, passed both
houses was 1,101, btinir 231 Senatn
bills, aud 8G0 which originated in the
House. 1,09.) of these were received
by tho President, and of that number
811 wcro approved, 157 became laws
wiinout tlio signature, 115 wero vetoed,
and nine failed, for want of signatures
at tho timo of adjournment, 10 days
not haying expired since they readied
Ot tho now laws 7-1G wero Honso
measures and 241 Senato measures.
Tho laws that became such by limita
tion were, witlr two exceptions, private
pension and relief bills. Tho except-
iuijo cie uiu uiu to auiiioiizollio Kan
sas City, Fort Scott and Gulf Railwnv
Company to construct a railway through
tho Indian Territory, and that to retiro
Jiieutenaiit mndall. Of tho measures
vetoed by tho President 30, wero
senate bills and 77 bills of tho Hnnsn
Twenty-eight of tbo Senato bills vetoed
wero private pension bills. Threo
wero for tho erection of public build
ings at uayton. Ohio, Sioux Citv,
lnin ' 1U r t , '
un .vim ..luL-ov uiu unio. ono wiw
to grant to railroads tho right of way
through tho Indian Itescrvation in
iNOiincin .Montana, One to make
Bpnngtield, Mass., a port deliyery.
wnu m iH uviuu mat uio bodies ot paup
ers, ciiminals and strangers, dying
muiiu um j-Msinci, 01 uoiiimbia un
claimed within a specified timo after
death shall bo turned over to tho medi
cal colleges, aud 0110 to quiet titles to
ouiuurs on aes Glomes river lands,
and oro to provide for thn
of a bridco acrona Lake Ch,i
Of 77 IIouso bills disapproved by tho
Presidont, 71 wcro ptivato pension
uwn aim ijtreo we o lor tlio nrnnf mi nf
public buildings. Tho proposed imhlio
buildmcs wero for AhIi
Duluth.iMinn. and Springfield, Uo. Tito
iiumucroi measures vetoed during tho
session, liy. While neatly all tho
vetoed bins of tho Senatn wno i-niinrt.
ed back from committees with rccoin-
inemiaiions that thov nnsa nntmin..
standing the President's objection, and
.Tunu cumuli- iiuuon was taken 111 somo
01 tno iiouso bills on v onn. l ist
granting a pension to Joseph Homaser,
i'uobuu uy uio two nouses over tho
veto. Tho l)cs Moines river bill n....
ed tho Senato over tho veto hut failed
to reeeivo the reouisito two.tbirda vm
111 tno nouse. Motions to pass bills to
jjirtui, tieiisions 10 iiiary Anderson and
iu iVlHirt'W ,1. tvi son nvnr I in lri
dents vctowero defeated in tho IIouso.
onaiuuraiioii ot tno other veto mes
sages nas been postponed until tho
There aro scores of nersons whn nrn
sufferintr from somo form nf hi
rruor or skhi disease, such as Scrofula,
lJOlls, etc., etc After a nrantlr.nl foot
M?rcor asserts that Acker's Blood
jKinir win certainly euro all such dis.
eases, including Syphillis and Rheum
atism, Itts not a natont nostrum, lmt n
meiemiuo preparation, no guarantees it.
J. II. Mercer would csncciallv
mend to tho Indies Acker's Uvsnensm
ablets. As a laxativo thev havn
vt uiu. anoyaro guuinnteed to euro
Chroniu Uonetipatlon, Dysjiepeia, and
all diseanes niising from a deranged
stomach. With a free uso of tho Tah.
I mi . .
icie, &ick lleadacho is impossihlc.
Cm torl Is so well adapted to children that
t recommend 11 as superior to any proscription
known to me," li. A, Aftcnxa, M, D,,
111 Be, Oxford St., JJrooklyn, N. T.
!!' r .
HisTit.un from selected Hnrlcy Volt nnd guaranteed to bo thtmlcnlly nuro
nnd free from Injurious oils and t elds often contained In nlcohollo llquots. It Is
nnrt.flln n ,t.li n.l nl.nml.nf
stimulant mlldnndgentleln effect. Dyspepsia, Indigestion and all wasting ills,
cases can bo entirely conquered by Uiu use or Perrlno s Puro Hurley Malt Whiskey
it Is n tonic nnd diuretic nrd n powetful stiengthener to tho entire system. Pliti.
lll.NHVS PUIIH HAIILEY JIALT W1IISUE has ntoved a medicinal protection to
thoso who pursuo their ntocntlona Inthoopennlr nnd whoso dally work calls lor
exceptional powers of endurance. Ask tour nearest druggist or grocer for It
PKllllINK-Hl'riimiAHI.L-Y .MALT IHSKhV levlves tho energies of thoso worn
out with excessive bodllv or mental effort nnd nets as a safeguard against exposure
In wet nnd rigorous weather, ltwlll drive all malarious diseases from tho system
nn,, nu,i..iaui uiuij ,uim ion urn, iit-i auun mini it si -in -in my ii iu renneiM prone to
Dyspepsia nnd In 1'errlne's Puro ISnrley tpanmmmammimmmmmai:
.uaii vvnishcy a powctiui
uuu uvii'i:, n, lugi-Quiiii. i
I'l Kl'i 1IAKI.1V1 AI.Mty
vvunoui. untiuiy siimuiating
nejs Increases their Hogging activity,
counteracts tho crrccts or fatigue, has.
tcnsconvnlesccnco and Is a vholesomo
and ptompt diuretic. Watch the label I
Nono genuine unless bearing tho signature
ror sale by oil druggists
anu grocers tnrougnout.
tlio united Stales nnd
37 NOltTII FRONT ST. "8
ECOMOTflY T.II.K PRACTICAL
UESTIOrV OF THE HOUR.
EVERY THING THAT IS
NEW AND STILISH 11 THE SEAON,
CAN BE EOUGHT
A Large and
ALSO A LARGE AND STCLKiTT T.miv no
Call and be Convinced that you have the
UEffiT SELECTION OF GOODS
OF THE M
LATEST STYLE, BEST QUALITY
AND AT - f
The Lowest Possible Prices
Foreign and Mammtie
WINES AND LIQUORS
AND JOBBER IN CIGARS.
AVholesale and Iletnll dealers In '
MERCHANT IRON & STEEL-
Storo and Warehouses, Nos. 120 it 128 Franklin
Avenue, No. 2 Lack'a Avenue it 210, 212 Ss 211 Cen
Ctutsrl cures Colic, Oonrtlpntlon,
Hour ntomach, Diarrhoea, Knicutlon,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promote dl
Tm Curaicn Courixr, !B3 Fulton Street, K. T.
lilnn.1 nh.l tn.mn.n IIacI. h... B .
tnvignrnniB j no analysts as It amicars by tho La
j,iinii-i r, hik i un every uuiiii. i in
iet on everv liottle: 1 finvncnreriiltv m-
alj7eil thel'niB lUM.Tsr JIalt Wilis
kkt mado by .M. ; J. K Perrlno and nnd
it entirely free from fusel oil, furturol,
metals anil acids nnd Is nbolutelj
pure." Slgnetl, Camilla Arthur Maler,
in uuumr 41 wir t. fin,-? eitira tij jiunwn.
ucic in finit Mci-iurut-n
NORTH WATER ST., PIIJLA
roil SALi: 11Y C. II. HOllUINS, 1II.OO.MSI1U110, 1A. J I) cms.
Varied Stock of
For tho Celeuratetl Clilekerlne, Ivers &
Pond, nnd Voso& Bon I'lnnos. AVorlilre
nowncd Estey OrKan9. Violins, Aeeortleons
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