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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCBAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Tho Making of Wall Papor.
Tlio tiapur on which lliu ilcHtjns nro
printed Is ninmtfncttiri'd cppcuinlly for
this jiurpoRC, nnd la of varying weight.
It 1h received In largo heavy rolls, re
sembling tho rolls of (mpcr used In
newspaper ofllcca. This pnper Is first
passed through the "srountling" ma
chlno whero the ground color, ho it
light or dark, Is npplied to tho snrfnco
of tho paper by rollers, nnd then is
rnhhed in nnd thoroughly distributed
by means of a set of brushes, sotno of
which move from sido to side, while
others are stationary. Somo of tho Im
proved machines can apply this ground
color to two rolls at tho samo time.
If it is desired that tho paper shall
havo tho silvered appcaranco scon in
somo papers n "mica coat, as it is call
ed, is applied. This colorinc matter is
pulverized isinglass mixed with whito
lead. Tlio colors ot tins mixturo can
not well bo shaded, and, therefore, in
biicii cases mo tituercnecs in siiauo nro
mado by using paper of different col'
After tho ground color his been ap
plied tho roll of paper is placed on fi
framowork and is slowly unrolled, and
then carried on an endless band over a
largo drum, resembling tho cylinder of
a printing press, alio machine on
which tho paper is printed, In fact, re
sembles very closely a cylinder printing
press, except that tho process of print
ing is reversed i tho pnper passes over
tho drum or oylinder, and tho designs
aro printed by tho rolls, which arc
placed on tho lower part of tho frame
work and revolve in tho same direction
as tho cylinder. Laoh roller is stamp
cd with a different part of tho tlguro
lorming tno general design to bo pro
duced, and each of theso portions of
tho design is printed in a distinct color.
A1TI.YINO THE COLOUS.
Tho colors arc applied to tho print
ing blocks or rolls by an endless band
of mushn passing through a tank filled
wiin tno color lor that particular olock
As the band covered with tho color
passes from tho tank it travels over or
beneath a piece of metal having a tooth
od edge, technically known as a "doc
tor,' nnd all supeirluous paint is re
moved, running back into tho tank,
Tho printing rolls are so adjusted that
each portion of tho design is closely
joined together, producinc a harmon
ious effect. These printing machines
print irom two to twelvo colors at tno
samo time. Tho colors aro prepared
by a special process, so that they do
not "run" or blend. Tho heavier shades
aro applied last, as a general thing
though tho arrangement of tho colors
and tho printing blocks depends
great measure upon tho design which
is 10 uo produced.
After passing over the cylinder the
printed paper is carried to tho dryer on
an endless chain. This drver extends
tho whole length of tho factory, and by
an ingenious arrangement the endless
chain carrying the paper passes around
a pillar and returns to tho other end of
tho room, As tho paper passes off
from the cylinder it is caucht up at in
tervals of about eight feet on wooded
slicks called "carriers." These sticks
aro moved along by littlo' projections
on the endless chain, tho paper hang
ing in loose loops or folds between tho
"carriers." Tho paper is carried along
for a distance of 200 or 800 feet over
coils of steam pipe, and thus is quick
ly dried. After hanging for a lengtl:
of timo vary in cr from six to twentv-
four hours, the paper is taken from tho
camera and laid in a dry room, whero
in icuiuiiia uuwi uiu urymg process is
thoroughly complete "it is then taken
to another room, where, by ingenious
maohinery, it is rolled in lengths of
A COAT OF lUtONZE rOWDER.
If it is desired to apply a coat of
bronze powdnr to raako a figure, the
figure which is to be thus treated
sinmpeu on tno paper as it passes
inrougn the printing machine with
heavy coat of varnish. Then, after
passintr onco over tho coil of steam
pipe n order that tho other colors may
bo dried, tho paper is sent throueh a
long air-tight box, in whioh this bronzo
"dust" is silted over the surface from
perforated tray, and the paper then
passes around tho end of the traveler
and back over tho hot air or steam
The finest and most elaborate designs
however, are printed by hand. Each
color mnst be stamped separately, and
any ono can at once distinguish paper
that is printed by hand irom that print-
cd by machine, in tlio lormer at ono
of the margins will ho found, at dis
tances of about eighteen inches, fino
lines or dots containing tho colors form
ing tno design. These are tho mark
guiding tho men in their work of stamp
ing tho pattern. Tho block or dio for
each separate portion of tho pattern
winch is to be printed in a certain col
or is eighteen inches in length. Tho
workman presses this dio upon a pad
covered with the color, and then places
it upon tho paper as it lies on tho laul
in tront ot him, taking caro that tl
guide at tho edge of the dio joins tho
mark left on the margin of tho paper,
l lacing a swivel over the block,
presses a lever with his foot thus etaror
ing the lorm of tho die on tho paper,
A boy attendant spreads tho paper on
a rack, whero it is permitted to drv.
and it is then taken to another machine
whero tho samo process is gone througl
in printing another portion ot tho u
sign m another color, and tins proccs
is repeated in some instances a dozen
or moro times, until the entire design
in all its moro or less harmonious blend
ing of colors, is produced. iVeio York
Over one million boxes of Acker's
Dyspepsia Tablets sold in tho past
twelvo months, purely upon their
merits. Why suffer with Chronio Co
stipatiou, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomacl
Sick Headache, Heartburn, and Female
troubles, when J. II. Mercer ofliers
yon relief and posilivo cure in tho
Dyspepsia Tablets. Ho sells them
J. II. Mercer wishes to mako
assertion, which ho can back with
positivo guarantee. It is all about
Acker s lilood KHxir. Ilo claims for
it superior merits over all other reined
ics of Us kind, nnd guarantees for it
posilivo and sum euro for Kheumatism
Hypliillis, and nil blood disorders, it
frees tho skin from spots and disease,
and leaves tho comploxiou clear
Ask him about it.
Thero aro scores of persons who aro
Buffering from some form of blood dis
order or skin disease, such as Scrofula,
lioils, eta, cto. After a practical test,
J. II. Mercer asserts that Acker's lilood
Elixir will certainly euro all Biirli dis
unses, including Syphillis and Ithcum
ntism. Itis net a patent nostrum, but a
scientific preparation, ho guarantees it.
Though cucumbers aro green they
very ofteu get ahead of a fellow.
Tor Use in Emergoncios,
A LIST 01 MKIUCINKS.
If thern In nnvlhinrr that adds to
one's comfort in n'ti emergency, It is a
closet shelf prepared for emergencies.
That is clear. Accidents, nervousness,
sudden pain, midnight valla for help,
parcels thai want doing up, brokon
crockery or ornaments, all find a ready
answer to their calls on this carefully
prepared shelf. It is so easy to lire-
paro and keep lit order, can be small or
arge, ai ono decides to conlino its con
tents to a fow thing or enlarged to
many. 1 Intend to give a list lortnc
nallest one that I think it ndvisahlo
for any ono to keep, bo she keeping
house, or boarding.
First ot all conio the things that are
to bo ready for illness, sudden or oth
erwise! Camphor for faintness, head
ache or a suddon altnok of dinrrlnen,
although for tlio latter there is nothing
cipial to a tablesnoonful of raw flour
a glass of cold water, to bo taken
in two doses half an hour apart. A
iloselv covered littlo box of raw Hour
is easily kept on tho Bhelf to bo often
renewed, lest it oet musty. A small
tin can of flour and mustard, mixed in
equal parts, ready to mix into a pasto
tor a mustard plaster, is to mo ,a pleas
antcr arrangement for n hastily re
quired mustard plaster than the "mus
tard leaves" ready at tho drug store.
u a littlo box bcsido this can should
bo old linen and cotton rngs, for tho
other half of the plastor, as well as
for cuts nnd bruise?; also a strip of
flannel a f'fingcr" broad and tlirce-
pinrtcrs of a ynrd long, to bo put
upon tho outsido ot a cotton cloth,
several times folded nnd wet in cold
water, for n compress for a sore throat.
Keep your case of court plaster in
this box of rags, and a spool of white
men thread, both conveniontlv near
tho necessary pair ot small scissors.
(Jampliorated oil, which is best when
mado at homo by dissolving camphor
gum in warm olivo oil until no more
will dissolve, is inyalnablo m soro
throats or chests or a cold on the lungs.
Uut) m well and tiiero will be no cold
taken afterward, as thcro is after tho
old-fashioned "goooso crease." Vase-
lino -is good lor this purposo also, as
well as for many others that ovory one
knows about. liiero is nothing for
chapped hands equal to clvccrino and
tincture of hydrastis, fifteen drops of
ho latter to an ounce of elvcermo.
Wash tho hands in warm water thor
oughly, and before wiping rub in a lit
tlo or good deal ol the mixture, accord
ing to tho need.
VARIOUS OTHKR REMEDIES.
Tannin, a dry, greenish powder, is a
creat comfort where a midden sovero
nose bleed occurs in tho family. Once
snuffing it up well into tho nostrils
generally ends tho trouble. Tannin,
forms tvilh water, a good gnrolo for
Bore tnroat, as it is a healing astring
cnt. It is tho best thing for severe
chafing, especially for infants. Tho
effect is almost raagionl Extract of
hamamelis is another indispensable for
tnis emergency Bheii. it is really good
ror neany an tno ills mentioned on the
wrapper of tho bottle. An oxcellcnt
way to got hamamelis is by tho quart
and it is tho cheaper way. On princi
pie, my emergency shelf always holds
olivo oil, alcohol and ammonia. Hot
Summer days and headaches find me
grateiui lor ray bay rum bottle,
quuo iorgoi 10 put arnica in mv rem
cdy list, although it is decidedly second
to tincture ot calendulu for cuts or
wounds. Both are to bo diluted with
water when used.
It is very pleasant to turn Irom tho
abovo list and point you to my musci-
lago oouie. J low many times yon
will uso it n convenient on its shelf.
Next it should stand a bottle of stra-
tina, ot ono of its relations in tho ce
ment family. If Clytie's head comes
off, or the butter dish cover breaks in
two, or your favorite china cup gets
into bo many bits that it will only do
for an ornament after a vigorous uso
of tho cement, vou will bo glad of the
remedy. A bottlo of shoo polish or
a box of shoo pasto is a handy thing
when ono dresses in a hurry. Laet,but
not least, comes a ball of twine. .
you aro fortunate enough to possess
silk bag, with pretty ribbons and
pair of scissors, to hold your string
ball; it is delightful. Otherwise, a bill
on tho end of tho emergency shelf will
savo much hunting for strings and
much vexation of spirit. Juniata
Stafford, in Good Housekeeping.
Attempted Oapturo cf a Chicago Editor.
From tho St. Paul Pioneer Press.
Whilo on his recent visit to Detroit
Lake, "Vm. Penn Nixon, accompanied
by his wife, visited Whito Earth In
dian Agency. Ono morning he was
chatting with Agent Shcchan, who was
dilating upon tho rapid progress mado
by tho aborigines, when an Indian girl
dashed up to tho door upon a pretty
pony, dismounted, nnd taking tho train
of her riding habit on her arm, walked
imto tho ngenoy, presented a certificate
from tho survoyor in regard to lees
paid, and sho wished a patent for her
"Here," said Agent Shcehan, "is a
good illustration of just what wo wero
Tho Indian girl, though a full blood,
mado an attractive picture in her
bright riding habit, and tlio editor
spoko up, saying, "I5y tho way, how
can I Becuro somo land here t"
"Whero do you live 1" askod tho red
"In Chicago,'' replied tho philoso
pher of tho daily press.
"Oli, then, you'll havo to marry me
in order to obinin laud hero on tho res
ervation,'' piquantly spoke up the
"Hut I am already married; hero is
"Yes, but sho is old; I am young; I
hoar you can easily get a divorce in
Chicago, Conio here, marry me, and
you can havo land."
Her entreaties were so earnest and
arguments so strong that tho editor
was compelled to uso his utmost strat
egy in order to prevent completing tho
treaty with tho Indian maid.
An experiment to test tho speed of
tho Bwallow's llight has been mado at
l'arvia, in Italy. Two hen bird's were
taken from their broods, carried to
Milan, and thero released at a given
hour. J loth got back to their nests in
thirteen minutes, which gavo their rate
of speed at cighty-Bovcn and a half
miles an hour.
Tho Chicago anarchists intimato that
they wero only joking. Very well,
justico assumes a merry mood at limes,
nnd it would bo an excellent joko to
tickle tho necks of these humorists
with a rope.
J. II. Mercer would especially recom
mond to tho ladies Acker's I-yspopsia
Tablets. As a laxativo they have no
equal. They nro guaranteed to cure
Chronio Constipation, Dyspepsia, and
all diseases arising from a deranged
stomach. With a free uso of tho Tab
els, Sick Headache is impossible
ten recomnifiKifrt to
ttmv fonmt it n
tjmtjte for that ttrcci'ij
eit tltfeate. l'or ten
Veart I ham bein n
great tmn-rer. Cream
Rutin in the only jirs-l
milM limv firri
Ammt. - y, 11. Atn-
trorin, or ' . An
mirth .t- CO , 'hi
"Win L- UJ , 'HO.'., Jll'm m m- PC WC n
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A p.irtlclo It applied tnfrcacli nostril nniO'u
nitiwnula, Prlco no rents nt draughts; by mall,
rcKlatered, tti cents. Circulars free. UI.Y llltos.
DrugirMa, owcffo, N. Y. Jy-iM-IUl.
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL
Almost as Palatnbloas Milk.
Tho only prc-rnratlen of C0I MTEll Oltj Hint
can bo taken readily nnd tolcratod for a long lime
hj dvllealo MoijiacIls.
and as a iiEMrnr for rnxtrMPTiov.
St lion i.m ,s auk iio.xi. a.vu.hu. iik..
null iihui.ii v
i oi mm ami iimotT av.
all WtvllMI llisdillll.lts Of
III I.llItl.N II l mum-llmm In IK rruilM,
lTrccrlbed ami endorred by tho best l'hyltclans
In tlio countrlra of tlio world.
For sale: dy all druggists.
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A HISTOBY 0TALL NATIONS.
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SOLD I5Y ALL D11UQ01STS.
Harlot; btrugeled i!0 years botween lifo nnd
death with ASTHMA or 1'llTIIISIC, treated by
eminent physicians, and receiving no benent, I
was compelled Uut Ink' tno last 5 jcara ot my Ill
ness to sit on my chair day and night gasping for
breath Jly bUlTerlnga were beyond description.
In despair 1 experimented on myself by com
pounding roots and Herbs and Inhaling the medi
cine thus obtained. I fortunately discovered this
WONDKlil-'UL CUIIE l-'Oll ASTHMA AND CA
TAltltll, warranted to rellero tho most stubborn
caseot ASTHMA IN 1'IVK MINUTKS, so that tho
Patient can lie down to rest and sleep comfortably,
leaso read tho following condensed extracts from
unsolicited testimonials, all or recent date:
Oliver V. It. Holmes, San Jose, Cal., writes: "I
find tho lcmedy nil and even more than repre
sented. 1 recclvo Instantaneous i ellcf."
E. il. Carson, A. M., Warren, Kansas,
writes: "Was treated by eminent physicians of
this country and Germany; tried tho climate of
different states nothing afforded relief like your
T. li dates, County Treasurer, Philadelphia.
Miss., writes: "Havo used the Hemedy. Would
not live without- It. Uvery ono that uses It re
L. H. 1'helps. I. M., (Irlggs, Ohio, writes: "Suf
frred with asthma id years. Your medlclnx In 3
minutes does moro for mo than tho most eminent
physician did for ine in threo years."
II. c. I'luinpton, Jollet, HL, writes: "Send Ca
tarrh Uemedy at onco. Cannot get along without
It. 1 llnd it to bo tho most valuablo medicine I
havo ever tried."
Geo. W. llrady, Nelson Co., Ky writes: "1 am
using tho remedy. Gained 8 pounds In 3 weeks,
would not bo without It."
Martin l'ox, Uttlo Falls, N. Y., writes: "Find
Hemedy oxcellcnt. could not live without It."
Wo havo many other heal ty testimonials of euro
or relief, and In order that all surrerers from Asth
ma, Catarrh, Hay Fever, and kindred diseases may
have an opportunity ot testing tlio value of tho
Hemedy v. o will send to any address TltlAL PACK
AUK FKEK OF CHAHUK. Address,
J. SHMMIiltMAN CO., l'roprletori,
Wholcsalo Druggists, Woostcr, Wayne Co., O.
Full tliu box by mull tl. mayT-ty.
Its Nature. Causes. Proven
uiion ann euro,
llr John II. McAlvln. Lowel
u cars tax collector, sent free to any ad
aug,vo tw u
moro money than at anything elsobytaka
Ing an agency for tho best selling book out
Degluneni bticceed grandly. None fall
Terms free. IUllktt Hook (,'o..roitTLiK
Maine decl8 ss.
Tho Jobhing Department of
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doing all kinds of printing.
Galling Mi, and Invitations
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kept in stock. Special prices
on largo orders. OHico 2nd
door bolow Exchitngo Hotel,
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Intoxicating drliilcs. For now Illustrated circular
address the rrlnelnai andi'roprietor, swmiiN c,
SUUIU'I.IUUIS, A. SL, (Harvard uraduato,) .Media,
t btalned and all patent business attended to tor
t)ur oiilce Is opposite tho U. B. I'atent onice, and
wo can obtain Patents In less tltno thauthoso re
mote irom Washington.
bend model or drawing. Wo advlso as to pat.
entablllty ticoof charge, and wo make no charge
unless patent Is secured.
We refer nere. to tho Postmaster, the supuof
.Money order l)lv., and to oillelals of tho U. B.
I'atent umce, For circular, advice, terms and
relerences to actual clients In your own btateor
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
oppositn ratcnt omcc, Washington, d 0
W. R. TUBBS, PROPRIETOR
Larg esand convenient sample rooms. Uath rooms
hot and cold water and all taoJeru conveniences
Piu:s OK JIRMOHHIIOIOS. UrCEUB
Insure, Itching, list tila, ic.cuie.l without
pain by tlio liKiNktiiuon-'liiEnimkT. Illustrated
paiere explaining thosjslem and containing rer
erenctseut liec. Addiess
J. IK. CU0LJ1)0JJ,M.J)
208 Wyoming Ave., Scrunton, J'a.
IT t I A ( J. J
m tRAM MARK
mm nnm mm
Blood Purifier ol tks World.
an aiisoi.uth ci'iti: roit
fTVtll mnut (hiblmrn rrt'C )IcM rcntllly toll
I nml lin not f.iitctl to rira ilnitlo rn?o
JL ivht?rotllr'Honinro 'iIIoxumI, llnmcrcM
linn hciMt rcmnikititonnd Itucurcuwotuler
fill, ltlsllio iunt't.vci4frul iri?tnrfAllon In tho
..inrkelfor VATAltltll niul tho only ono thnt
iirinnl'CS mi AliflitintPt loltlo.Cnrr. It U
truly n lilelniT to mnnklti'l. A Trliil I nil
thnt In aKi'k Ttir It. Onco used, It la nlwnyn
rccoinmontlcl. Ho ml fur testimonials of actual
IT If A8 VO KqVAl, POTl
a posmvn cunu is assured.
tine bottlo 1 ironcrr.lly sufnelcnt for a euro. Stop
tnUtti tlulnliio. A trial only Is asked for Kbi.-
tKllH ttATAItnit ItKMEtlV. It JS ft SI'IHHI'IO
fur all tllrca!csarlilrK fiom nn Impure Mood nnd
ilrlvci; nil eruptions from tlio skin. For Syphi
litic complaints It Is superior to nnjr preparation
In tho market. Uno bottlo. will euro most of tlio
follonlnir emnplalnts nnd a Continued uso will
rosiTivttLV euro. Save doctor bills and try It.
LOSS OF APPETITE.
FEEI.I1CU OP I.AKOOUH.
Kki.i.ku'h (UTAituit llEMitnv Is no patent
meillclnc, but a snfo nnd pleasant preparation
tn tako nnd surely tlio irrcntest metllcnl discov
ery of thonjro, Ono bottlo rejuvenates thocntlro
sftcin nnd po?. esses moro vlrtuo than a half
dnron bottles of onllnnry pntcnt ircparatlons.
Write for testimonials and either Information.
ild-Vor snlo by tlniKalts rrenernlly.
riiici: mi.iiu a iiotti.i:. six hot
ti.iis rou s.".oo. On receipt of srt.on by
tho manufacturers, Samuel Kkllkii & Co.,
Iliirrlsburg, l'a., six bottles will bo sent express
Tor "worn-out," "run-down," debilitated
school teachers, milliners Bonmslrcsses, house
kceiwrs, ntnl over-worked women irenerully.
Dr. l'ierua'H 1'iivoilto l'rcsctiptlon Is tho best
nl allrcrtonitlvotoiilos. ItUnota"Curo-all,"
but udmlmbly lullllla n singleness of liurpose,
lK'Ing n moot potent tMxTlllo for nil fhoso
Chroulo Wcahiitssos ntnl Diseases peculiar to
women. It Is a jniwerful, pent ml os well na
uteilnu, tonlo nnd nei vliu-, nnd Imparts vliror
nndstreinrth totliowholoflvslcin. It prompt! v
cures tvruUne'ss of Gtomncli, Indigestion, bloat
ing, weal: back, ncrwnrj prostnitioti, ilolilllty
nnd skrplessneHS, In either soy. Favorite Pro
scription is sold by dnia'glsts under our ihiW
Hrc ufirantrfi. Seo wrapper tuiiund bottlo.
l'rlco $1.0(1, ot- i.v IxitllcH for $,.00.
A lamo lrentls.5 on Diseases of Women, pio
fiincly lllustintcil with colored plates and nu
mei ou$ woofl-cuts, sent lor 10 cents in stamps.
Aildress, Woitui's Disi'KNS.titv MrmcAr.
Association, iai Main street, llitlfalo, N. Y.
SICK IIllAMACIli:, lllllous Headache,
und Constipation, promptly tilled by
Dr. l'ietco's I'l-llets. Uoc. u vial,
KAXLK.OAD TIlYTn TABLE.
"PRELAW AltE, LACKAWANNA AND
a.m. n.m. n.m
U 00 l'J 311
(1 51 13 26
8 48 12 22
8 40 13 15
8 31 12 OS
8 27 12 0.1
8 23 11 58
8 17 11 51
8 13 11 50
8 08 11 47
8 08 11 4T
8 0.1 11 42
7 59 11 38
7 51 11 31
7 50 11 30
7 41 11 21
0 15 9 20 2 10
6 20 9 20 2 lb
0 27 9 34 2 23
0 31 41 a an
. . ..Jlaltby
.... Kingston ....
.... Avondale. .
0 40 9 47 2 30
0 45 9 52 2 41
G 49 0 firt . 41
0 5.1 10 00 2 47
0 68 10 15 2 50
0 58 10 05 2 50
7 02 10 102 55
7 07 10 15 3 00
7 13 10 20 3 05
7 15 10 25 3 10
7 51 10 83.1 27
7 37 10 41 .1 9l
SO 11 12
7 18 11 UO
7 50 11 11 3 53
7 11 10 51
7 05 10 41
0 58 10 41
7 51 11 00 3 58
8 Ol 11 13 4 05
8 10 11 20 4 12
8 11 11 25 4 1G
8 18 11 29 4 20
8 25 It 30 4 27
8 30 11 44 4 31
6 51 10 38
6 50 10 31
R 43 10 57
6 30 10 21
0 30 10 10
0 25 10 11
ns a r,n
8 30 II 50 4 40
It IllCntnulin lll.rKi
8 41 11 55 4 40
R SJIi. . Tlnnvllln I u Kti ,o i,, ai
a 00 tl 49
5 49 ...,ChUlasky.... 9 05 12 205 12
5 45 1 ... . Cameron.... 9 08 12 255 IT
5 32 Northumberland 9 25 12 40 5 35
a.m. I la.ro. n.m. p.m
5 55 9 45
5 40 9 32
W, T. IIALSTEAD. SUDt.
Superintendent's onice. Scranton, I'eb.lEt.lK
Philadelphia & Erie R. R. Divis
ion, and Northern Central
oiim, 1880. 'trains lcavo
In effect Juno
9.40 a. m., Sea bboro Express (dally except
arriving ai rnuaaeipuia 3.15 p. m. j New York,
U.U l. lil. , UilltUllUlCi, '. 111. , WUSUMlglUU,
5.50 p. m., connecting at Philadelphia tor all Sea
Shore points. Through passenger coach to
l.fon. m. Day express
uuiiy l'aucsil Duiiu.ijf;,iuruuni&uun; auu iniermo
dlato stations, urrlvlnir at l'hlladolnhlii
6.50 p. m. ; New York, 9.35 p. in. ; Ualtlmoro
0.45 p. m. ; Washington, 8.00 p. m. Parlor car
through to Philadelphia and passenger coaches
through to Philadelphia and lialtlmore.
7,45 p. in. ltcnovo Accommodation (dally
iur uurusuurK uuu un luienueuiaiu siaiions, arriv
ing at Philadelphia 4 45 a. m. : New York 7.30 a. m.
uanimoro, ara . in. ; wasningion cso a. m.
Sleeping car accommodations can be secured at
HarrlsburgforPblladelohlaandNew York, onsnn.
days a through sleeping car w 111 be t un; on this
irainirom uiiamsp no rniiaaeipnia.i'uuadeipbla
uuBaimi-ia lau iiuiuiuiuaivepcl uuuisturucu UQll
7 a. m.
7.50 a. m. Erlo Slall (dally except Monday,
1U1 ilUIIlSUUlK UUU 111LCI1UUU1UIU . SiailOUS,
arriving at Phltadelnhla 8.25 a. m. New York.
11.30 a. m. ; lialtlmore 8.15 a. m. j Washington, 9.25
a. in. Through Pullman sleeping cars aro run on
luis irain to i-uuaueipnia, siainmoro ana washing,
ton, and through passenger coaches to l'hlladel.
puia ana uaitunore.
5.10 a. m. Erlo Stall (dally except Sunday), fo.
Erie and all Intermediate stations and L'anandal.
gua and Intermediate stations, ltochester, llutra-
iuuuu luKuiia'iiiis, wiiu iiuuugu j unman i ai.
ace cars and passenger coaches to Erie and ltoch.
9.53 News Express (dally except Sunday) toi
Tiftr llnvpn nnrl InlitrinrullulA ulailnna '
1.00 p. m. Niagara Express- (dally except Sun
day) for Kanu and intermediate stations and Can
andalgua and principal Intermediate stations,
llochcbter, llunalo and Niagara Kails with
through passenger coaches to lfano and ltochester
and Parlor car to Watklns.
5.30 p. in. East Lino (dally except Sunday)tor Ite-
uuvu uiiu luieruieuiaie sinuous, ana uimira, vat
kins aud Intermediate stations, with through pas
senger coaches to ltcnovo and Watklns.
9.20 a. in. Sunday mall for ltcnovo and lnterme-
TIIKOUQII TIIAINS FOlt SUNHUItV FHOMT1IE
Sunday mall leaves Philadelphia 4.30 a. m
Harrlsburg 7.40 arriving at Sunbury 9.20 a. m. with
mruugu sleeping car irom ruiiaucipnia to wil
News Kinross leaves Philadelphia 4.30 a. m.
Harrlsburg, 8.10 a. m. dally except Sunday
arriving at Sunbury 9.53. a. in.
Niagara Expross leaves
I'uiiaucipuiii, t.vj a. m. ; uaiiimura t.ou a. m. (dally
except Sunday arriving at Sunbury, l.oo p. m.,
with through Parlor car trom Philadelphia
uuu tmuugu imasciiKer cuueues irom ruiiaaei.
phla and lialtlmore.
East Uno leaves New York 9.00 a. m. ; PhlladeP
Phla.ll.50 a. m. t Washington. 9.50 a. m. i Haiti,
snore, 10.45 a. m., (dally except Sunday) arriving at
. 111., IY1VU LUIUUKU UUOSCllgei
coaches from Philadelphia and lialttmoru.
Erie Jlall leaves Now York B.ui p. m. i l'hlladel
phla, 11.20 n. m. : Washington, laoo o. m. ; Haiti.
more, 11.20 p. m., (daily except.Saturday) arriving
at Sunbury 6.111 a. 111., with thiough Pullman
Sleeping cars trom Philadelphia, Washington and
jiuiLiiuuie uuu lurvugu passenger coacues trou?
NUNIIIIIlV, IIAZI.I'.TON ,V WIl.IlI.HHAltlll!
ilAll.UU.lll AMI .MI1IT1I ANU WEST
III' 4MIU lUIHVAV,
(Dally except buuuay.)
Wllkesbarre Mali leaves sunbury 10.00 a. m.
anlvlng at moom rerry ia62 a. in., Wllkcs-barre
Express East leaves Sunbury 6.35 p. m., arriving
at llloom 1'erry (i.2s p. in., Wllkcs-barre 7.55 p. m
Sunbury Mall lea es Wllkesbarro 10.40 a. in. arrlv.
Ing at llloom Kerry 12.05 p. in., Hunbury 12.65 p, m
Ex press West leaes Ukesbarro 2.45 p. m., ar.
rlvlug at llloom Kerry 4.15 p, m., sunbury s.np.in
Sunday mall leaves Sunbury 9.25 a. m., arriving
at llloom Kerry 10.11 a. in., vuivH-iiarre lino a.ui.
bunday accommodation leaes Wllkes-liarro 6:10
p. in., arriving at llloom Kerry, 0.4 1 p.m., sunbury,
U1IA. K. I'UOII, J, It. WOOD.
(leu. passenger Agent
UUMMUii H Wlltfilll.it tlHI
A lifo preserver A good doctor.
A loan linnd Tlio pnwnbrokcr'ri
A nlco jilaoo to sit on an Iceberg.
Did you over neo a walking tnntcli t
A shocking nff.ilr A galvnnlo bnU
Sword fish Hteaka pleaso tlio Nantuck
etors. Did you uver boo i bald-lio.tdod wo
ninti? Cotton fnctoiieR nro incroasiiig down
Europeans do not drink ico water nt
Tho popular diamond just now is
Whito Unrrlish nparrowB aro to bo
scon about Mnplo Uapids.
Tlitj season for bashful lovers When
they don't havo to break tho ice.
An ndvortisement in a live paper is
of great .wistanco to a dentist. It
"draws" lor him.
Ilo who is tho most slow in niakinj;
a promise is tho must faithful in tlio
performance ot it.
Airs. Folsom thinks that tho Presi
dent works too hard. Tho poor, dt-ar
gitl needs a change.
A letter directed ''I5ra;s Door," Capo
Iiroton, arrived at its place of destina
tion, Urass d'Or, C. B.
The dentist is not generally a sav
age person, and yet ho is frequently
foitnil grinding Ins teeth.
Southern 110011I0 who aro sufferini'
from a scarcity of monoy aro described
as "one-galhised persons.''
Two policeman wero recently dis
charged iu Cincinnati becauso they
could neither read nor write.
Canada charccs -10 cents for every
bushel of peaches that cntoi's that
country from tho United States.
"Oli what bird is that ? I havo just
oined the Audubon Society, and am
eo interested in bird calls." ''That's
China and Japan buy our dried
npples freely. Thus does American in
dustry help to swell tho population of
"Swoopor," asked Niircler, "who ore
theeo Knights of Malta wo read nbDiitt"
"Must bo somo organization of brew
ers, replied bwooper.
'It's very curious," savs a vounir
lady whom wo know, "that tho tortoise
irom whom wo get all our tortoise
shell combs, has no hair.'"
Tho fruit growers of Harrison coun
ty, Ind.. aro compelled to shako tho
apples from tho trees iu order to pro
vent tue limbs from breaking.
Creditor "Can vou let mo have mv
littlo bill!" Debtor "Certainly, but
11011 1, destroy it. 1 may want to pay
something on it iu the future."
A municipal candidate, whoso princi
pal supporters aic tavern keepers and
shoemakers, proudly alludes to them
as members of tlio bench aud bar.
Texas Sitings wants to know tho
name of tho goldsmith who mado tho
welkin ring. U ho samo jeweler, per
haps, who set the table in a roar. iV.
Since the merchant tailors of Pitts
burg published 11 black list old bills are
being paid up lapidly, and now ones
aro not alloweo. to accumulate as rapid,
ly as formerly.
The following notice is posted con
spicuousiy 111 an olhce : "shut this
door aud as soon as you havo dono
talking on business servo your mouth
in tno same way."
in ....... -
wo uoiri wish to bo understood as
finding fault with nature, but wo do
wish from tho bottom of our hearts,
that tho luminous end of the firefly had
ueen inicueii to tno mosquito.
A Mew ork lawyer fell on tho
stieet from weakness of starvation tlio
other day. Wonders will never cnasn.
Now, if it had been one of his clients
wo shotilun t havo been a bit surprised
In Louisiana thoro aro 148 children
born each year to every thousand wo
men of child-bearing age, 150 in Geor
cia and 187 in Texas. In Now Eur
laud the lato is 82 ; iu tho West about
Tho lava beds about. Ornvillo. f!nl
aro being utilized for agricultural pur
poses. A loe.il ll.inor nnva llinv nrn
rapidly being turned into littlo orchards
..: 1- . - 1 i . .
vniuyuius ami gardens, ana comiort
able homes aro becoming numerous
Tho liuifalo Kxnrcss thinliR It. vr.
lates no confidence in saying that there
aro even in ISuffnln n. fu- mn wim
wear corsets, because, leaning over
hitlh desks all dav lonrr. tlinv fiml ilmt
tho corset supports tho body as no
vrviw vviivillUULU Willi
Mow to Hava a Nice Oool Cellar
Through the Summer Months
A great mistako is sometimes madi
111 veiltilatillL' cellars mill mill.- Iinnunu
The object of ventilation is to keep tho
cellars cool and drv, but tho obiect
.II.... ..!!.. I.." " ... - .
uuuu milts 01 ueuig acomplisnetl by
common mistake, and instead tho
cellar is mado both warm aud damp
A cool placo Bhould never bo vcntilat
cd. unless the air ndmittml ;a
than tho air within, or is at least ns
uooi as mat, or a very uttlo warmer,
Tho warmer tho air, tho moro this
moisture it holds ! tl fillRnpiminil hjnnna.
sarily, tho cooler tho air tho moro this
moisture is condensed nml
When a cool cellar is aired on a warm
day, tho entering air boiiiL' in motion
appears oool, but as it fills tho cellar
the cooler air with which it becomes
mixed chills it, tho moisture is conden
sed, nnd dew is ilmirmifnrl
walls, and may often bo seen running
uun uiviu m streams, 'men tl
cellar is damp, nnd soon becom
mouldy. 'Io avoid this, tho window
should bo opened only at night, and
lato tho last thing before retiring.
Thero is no need to fear that tlm nlnht.
air is tinhealthftil it is puro as tho air
r.( ...l.l.ln.. ! . J ... ran
' uiiuuujr uuu its oner, 1110 cool air
enters tlio apartment during tho night
and circulates throucli it. Tho win.
dows should bo closed beforo sunrise
111 1110 morning, and kept closed and
shaded through tho day. If tho air of
tho cellar is damp, it may bo thorough
ly dried by placing in it 1 cck of
fresh lirao in an open box. A peck of
limo will absorb about sovon pounds
or moro than threo quarts of water,
and in this wav a colinr m- ,;ib
j w. itttin ivuih
may 60011 bo dried oven iu tho hottest
Liivner. octeniyto a merican,
send tlx cents lor post
age, and recelte lree,a cost
lv till fir L.iiriilu 11,1, -ti u.11
bell) you to more money
, rlgut away than anything
llluil In tlilj urn-M 111 .
I.T IW. All, Ui
flr.lmiir ir. v...-".1"1 .?' 'I"
rnm "."u.l". luH1 UIU8
areas, trsi 4 Co., Augusta, Elaine, ?v
for Infants and Children.
"CMtorlatlasowellailaptaltochlldreriUiat I CMtorlit cures Oolle, Constipation,
111 80. Oxford Bi, Drooxlyn, N. Y. Without lnjurloM tnodloaUon.
Tns Cjcrnca CoitrlitT, IS) Fulton Street, H. T.
PisTii.i.xn firm (.elcrlcd llarley Malt and Biinrnnlctrt 10 bo rliemleally pur?
nnd tree from Injurious oils nnd iclilsollen contalntd In alcobollo lliiuors. Ill9
especially ndnpted to persons reqiililnga stlmulatlngtcnlc, ConSiUmpllves being
greatly benelltted by Its use. lieeoramended by leotllngpbjslclnns ns alilurctlc.
Nervine, 'l'onlo nnd Allerntive. For consumpllves It Is Invaluable. l'JilllllNP.'H
rt'lli: llAl!!.liV MALT WIIIsKKY Insures a return of Igor to tlio stomach, a good
appetite, a ncu a nu noiiiuiuui
stimulant mild and gentle In
eases can bo entirely conqucmt by 1110 use or l ernne s i uro nancy junit vvhlRKey.
It Is a tonlo nnd diuretic nml a pon erlul Mit ngthener to tho entlro Bj blem. l'Klt-
ltlNE'S 1'1'IIK l!AltLi:V.MAI,T W1IISKK1 has proed ft medicinal protection to
those who pursuo their avocations lnthoopenntr nnd whoso dally wotkcalls lor
exceptional powers of endurance. Ask jour neaicft druggist or grocer for It.
1'KliltlNK'SPfliH PAULEY 51 ALT WHISKEY revives tho energies of tlioso worn
out with exccsslvo bodllv or mental effort and acts ns a safeguard against exposure
In wet nnd rigorous weather. Itwlll drive nil malarious diseases Horn tho system.
lartl WOrKCTS Ol every loeawuil UIIU IHTbt 1 mn'in n ri iitinnijf nni h-ihii-i- imnnro
ijspepsla llnd In Perrlne's Pine liniley go" m!im"'mm"'d
Malt Whiskey a powerful Imlgornnt
nml helptr to rllgesllon. lTllllINK's
1'IIIB HAltl.UY .MAI.T11 U1IIHKKY
without unduly stimulating tlio kid
nrys increases their nagging activity,
eoiinternctslho effects or fatigue, has
tens convnlesceneo and Isn wlioleaome
and prompt diuretic. Watch the label I
None genulno unless bearing tho slgna-Hue
For sale ny all druggists
and grocers throughout
tho Tnlted t-tntcs and
37 NORTH FBONT ST. 38
FOlt SALi: 11 V C. 11, ItOUIIlKtt, 111.00M.SllUIid, PA. (J fms.
ECONOMY TIS.E PKACXMCAI,
UE8TIOW OF THE IIOVK.
EVERY THING THAT IS
NEW AND mm
CAN BE BOUGHT
(CitiAFim f mm evil
A Large and
ALSO A LARGE AND SELECT LINE OF
toftef fasiaew, &e.
Call and be Convinced that you have the
LARGEST SELECTION OF GOODS
LATEST STYLE, BEST QUALITY,
AND AT Xi f
The Lowest Possible Prices
Foreign and Domestic
WINES AND LIQUORS
AND JOBBER IN CIGARS.
MERCHANT IRON & STEEL.
Storo nml Wurcliminw, Nos. 120 ,fc 128 Franklin
Avenue, No. 2 Lack'n Avcnuo ifc 210, 212 & 211 Cen
uiuuu mm mumcm men mn musuuiur usue. a
effect. Djt-rcpsln, Indigestion nnd all womidk dis
Tho analvslsas It aimears br tho La
bel on ctery bottle: 1 havo carefully an-
Saljred thoPfim 1aui.f.y JIalt WiiisI
M.I UIUUU I. J .M.U.I.I1 V lllllll 1IUU H1IU
it entirely freo from fusel oil. furfurol.
metals and acids and Is nbolutel)
pure." Slaiieil, cmntlla Arthur MalerJ
uraunrtie iu ine iimvrrsnteH n Munun
ueueea ni! Welflnultn
NORTH WATER ST., THILA
FOR THE SEAON
Varied Stock of
For tho Celebrated Cliickcring, Ivers &
Pond, itnd Voso &, Son Pianos. AVorhlre.
nowned Ksley Organs, Violins, Accordeons
and Sheet Music. CeleliintetnVhlte, New
Hich Arm Davis, Now Home, Hoyal St.
John, und Light IJunuiiig Domestic bowing
Machines. Needles, oil and attachments,
for all makes of Sewing Machines.
Rctnil dealers In