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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. I
Tlicy nro making glass ns strong ns
Iron iiow-n-days. In tlmo tlioy tuny
tnako tbo glass as strong as tho liquid
it Bomctiracs contains.
When President Clovcland retires,
ns ho will do iu tho natural course of
ovents somo day, ho will publish a book
01 cures tor riiotimausm.
A little nrllhmetio shows that a
mince )lo sultablo for tho ltartholdt
Goildcps ol Liberty's mouth would
uavo to bo thirty icct iu uintuctor.
Henry Jnmcj, tho novelist has taken
a villa at Florunco fov tho Winter,
where ho will busy himself, it Is
said, with another novel on Italian life,
Every piano should havo a water'
proof covering. If this cover Is kept
on whilo tho young lady amateur is
about, the instrument will last a long
It is very difficult for a lady to enter
or leavo a carringo drouoriy. 11 re
quires practice and a carriage. Tho
carnage is the hardest part to acquire
A iMIolilgnn woman kioked a bear to
death tho other niulit. She heard him
at tho front door, and probably thought
it was her husband monkoyiug with
tho mght latch.
At Los Anccles, Ual on Thanks
nivinc dav. Rabbi Sohreibcr and Hev.
Dr. Fay, of tho Unitarian church, uni
ted in conducting a praise service in
tho Ilobrew synagogue.
A clergyman who had a bad habit
of adding "ah" to many of his words,
spoko last Sunday of many of his con
gregation who "had been brought up
on tho lioru u sido-ah.
We saw tho cutest; little diamond
collar button yesterday dirt cheap at
S10.000, but concluded to purchase
three for ten cents. lladnt been
bribed. 2V. Y. Journal.
A Boston firm failed for 100,000
and showed cah assets amounting to
So. This is liable to occur when seal
skin sncqucs remain at tho present
high price, and sleighing, not includ
ing tho drinks, costs So an hour.
Mr. J. J. Bayne, 52 Lake Avenue,
Roohester. N. Y., will tell you if you
write, enclosing stamp, that this won
derful story is true : "In 1882 I was
taken to the Clifton Springs Sanitar
ium, in a most deplorable condition,
with congestion of liver, constant cold
hands and feet, rushing of blood to th
head, purplo spots on my fase, and my
skin was as yellow as a lemon Tho
slightest food could not be taken, with
out suoh distress and spasms that my
screams could bo hoard a long distance.
I had prolapsus very severely, profuse
leucorrhtea, and uterine ulceration so
that 1 could not wear a supporter. Tho
doctors said that I had tho worst case
tbey ever saw. In two months I lost
40 pounds of flesh, and suffering all tho
timo from intense headaches, and un
able to obtain sleep, while cold clammy
sweats would break out over my body
frequently. Under the operation of
Warner's safe cure my Bkiu cleared np
and 1 began to qain flesh, nnd was able
to walk ono full mile. My caso oreated
snuh an interest at tho Sanitarium that
Warner's safe cure has sirico been pre
scribed for its patients with good re
sults. I never was so healthy in ray
Disappointed for Twenty Years,
Pittsiiuro, Deo. 10. Tho case of
Miranda Palmer against James Mc
Aleor for $20,000, tho value which tho
plaintiff places on h9r damaged affec
tions, was taken up in tho County
Court yesterday. The plaintiff is a
widow, about -10, and Mr. MoAleer, a
bachelor, somewhat older. In her bill
of complaint she alleges that in 1S6G
tho defendant was paying her consider
able attention; that ho had promised
to marry her, and that she has been
waiting on him over since. Tho first
date set for tho ceremony was January
1, 18C7, and since then times were set
as frequcntlyvas twice a year. When
tho time camo around Mr. MoAleer al
ways had somo excuse ready with
which to put the plaintiff off. Yester
day afternoon the jury returned a ver
dict of $200 for the plaintiff.
A Pt of his Pa-in-law.
"O, Sarah, I wondered what induced
you to marry JohnT"
"It was ray-pa's doings." .
"Why, how was that!''
"O, pa, you know, is a strict teeto
taler and despises-anything connected
with the liquor trade. John is (o awful
lanky and slim that his photograph
could never be used as a fanoy label
for a beer barrel, nnd pa, reuognizing
that lact, induced me to marry him."
Col. Joseph II. Thornton, of Cincin
nati, O., an honored war veteran, was
for 18 years a victim of that old sold
iers' complaint, chronin diarrhocea.
Two dozen bottles of Warner's safe
cure rtbtored his liver to health and
cured his ailment. His daughter was
very ill ot an obstinate disorder, which
the best physicians failed to relieve.
She had also palpitation of the heart,
intense pains in the lietl, nervous dys
pepsia, and nil her vital organs wire
involved. By three months' faithful
homo treatment with Warner's safe
cure alone, sho was fully rcstoied to
health. That was two years ago. Tho
cure was permanent. Col. Thornton
will tell you it is true if you write him
and enclose a stamped envelope.
A Young Man &szs ruriunseivn of the Gov
eminent to Marry an Indian Girl-
A rather novel request bus been re
ceived at tho Intel ior Depailinent
from a young man living in Nebraska
who wauts to uiarry a daughter of
Stauding Bear, a Sioux chief. He
states who ho is, and encloses a photo
graph of tho girl, who is very nice
looking and was educated at Carlisle
Tho young man, however, wishes to
go and live on the reservation with his
prospective wife nnd her relations, and
lor this reason it was necessary to ob
tain tho permission of tho Interior Do
partment. White meu aro not allow
ed to stay on an Indian reservation
unless they have authority from tho
Government to do so, and eo this young
man was obliged to take the uovern
merit into his confidence and reveal
his lovo affairs. Tho Secretary of the
Interior considered tho matter from its
practical rattier than its sentimental
side, and concluded that whilo ho could
not prevent tho young man marrving
tho girl he could picvent him from
going to livo with the old folks, and if
)io was us anxious to marry tho young
woman m ho professed to he, he might
scratch around and provido her with a
homo. Seoretary Lmnar will write a
letter to tho ambitious lover, and while
not discouraging tho ardor of his love,
will Hiiircoot the practical view of the
situation, which seems to have escaped
hill). Until Micro is home change in
the prim-nt plans of the young man
the paternal benediction of the Interior
Department will bo wilh-lield.
"My doolor's bill for the jiast four
years "has not been 10," writes F. G.
Bally, of 30 South 0th street, uoyton
O. Ho had Vertigo, Indigestion
Ornnt. Nnrvi mnpss. Inflammation ol
tho Bladder, Kidney Disoase and
Blccdin.' Tiles, liighteen bottles o
Warner's fafo euro permanently curei
him. na lin uill 1 nil vnll II von wrlti
mul minlnsn n ntnmtiod nnvelntic. Ask
your friends nnd neighbors nbout
Warner's safe euro.
Ohoosing Baby's Profession-
When Jimmy Silkcr got homo from
the store the other evening his wllo
met him at the door looking very muoh
"Jim, what do you think I Baby
John swallowed four pennies this after
noon, and I couldn't find tho doctor,
nnd I ra so frightened I don t know
what to do.
"Well, brace up,'' said Jim reasur
ingly. "I'm kind of glad it happened."
"Oh, you horrid thing 1 uindi'
"Ves. Yoti sou, I've been wonder
ing for a long whilo what profession
wo would have John go into when ho
grows up. '
"And did you lust decide!"
"Yes. I think ho ought to do first
rato in the internal rovenuo sorvico.
Sho didn't forgivo him for an hour
nnd six minutes.
Captain Georgo B. Wiltbark, 910
Suruco street. Philadelphia, Pa., if now
on land, will if you wnto and enclose
a Btamp for leply, tell you that "three
years aao when in Central America.
he was prostrated with kidney and liver
troublo of a vry serious nature. He
was dclinou, skin very dark, liver en
larged one-third, stomach too sensitive
tor tho simplest food." Savon bottles
of Warner's safe cure completely cured
him and saved his lite.
Smallpox in a Jail.
A United States prisoner named L.
Warner, from East St. Louis,
dged in tho county jail at Springfield
I., was iV covered last week to bo sick
oni smallpox, lie was uuiiiiaiinwij
.mnvpil In tho neat-house outside of
the city and placed in charge of two
a tun piuvviu """ o t
Thoro are 60 persons in
Afr Arvmlinnt hna been annointed
nf Wvomincr. In a light
njliorn "Arnnnllwht. rniirns tllO COUntrV
ought to bo magnificent. Go West,
girls, go West.
Liver,Lung and Kidney Disease.
'ino eminent ana ceieorateu ur. uiessner writes;
T!w Kaskine Co. Dkar sirs : "The llrst ereateat
successes I bad with. Kaskine were In chills andjfe-
ver, maiana. nervous aeDiuty, rneumaiism. dys
pepsia, and liver diseases, and I considered at that
tlrae It was undoubtedly the best medicine over
discovered, hut I was even then uufamlllar with
Its really wonderlul powers in curing all the oth
er germ diseases and disorders, particularly where
the blood has become diseased or Impoverished
and the digestion Impaired, t-trlctly speaking.
liabinne 11 me only oiooa punner we nave, i jise
It. also very lanrely with ur.taltlnir success In all
also lses peculiar to women and children. In over
uiree nunarea cases l uavecuren 'mere has never
been tho slightest bad effect follow lne Its uso. and
It s far superior to any tonic or nerve medicine
ever known to the medical profession." Very truly
yours, L. .m.Gumnkk. M. D.,
rrof. W. F. Holcombe. M. i).. el East 25tli St. N.
Y. (late Prof. In X. Y. Med. Collrge) writes : Kas
kljie 13 superior to quinine In Us specluo power,
anu never pruuuees iuu snguiesi injury iu ine
bearing or conslltui Ion."
The U. S. Examining surgeon. Dr. L. It. White,
Writes: "Kaskine lathe best medicine made,"
t "lively nation t
St. Francis Hospital, N. Y. sTen'XTO
Bellevuo Hospital,??. Y., "Universally successful."
St. Joseph's Hospital. N. Y.: "its use Is consid
ered lndlapensiible, it acts perfectly."
ivasKine is pieasum iu mtve uuu uau uu uscu
without special medical counsel,
wild for th' creat list of testimonials unnaral-
lelled In the history of medicine. $1.0 J per bottle.
or sent by mall on receipt ot price.
illK iiAttftllsisiiu., M wurrcu ot., new iur&.
bOLb UY MOYJ3U 1JHOS., llloomsburg, ra.
A Remedy that ban Un la Bticct-efful tihe for many
years In Europe, and y, aa only lately introduced In
thi country, la Uie
ThU Remedy baa the endorsement of Continental
Pbyalciaim and Government Sanitary Comniiniona,
aa well as the thourunda of aufferera tow bom It ban
broutfbt relief. It bas aaved olber-iU ft ho Imva
tried It. It
from farther Ofrony, if you'll only slve It a chance.
HAS BOTH S
For complole lntormat'on, I)rrriiIIvo Tnui
lihlft, w U tevtliaoulnU, tree.
For salt) by all ilruu KiaU. If ouu or tlia other Is
not In ioidtlou to f iirniuli It to you, do not bo rr.
luaded to U auytUliikr cImj, but apply direct to tlia
OoneralAtw u. lM'AUI.ZUlt 1IIIIIS. Ai I'll.
B1U A: ail .llurket Mreet, I'lilludelpulu..
1 1 , ii r,:. (
FOR STEEP OR FLAT ROOFS
CAN 1113 I'UT ON HV AWV TKUSOX.
THOU3ANIIS OF nOI.LS BOLD ANNUALLY
tX)U J1U1LDINOS OK LVKItY
BEND FOn NF.W CIBOULAlt. CONTAISINO
FH1UE LlhT AND HlsraiblNUliS.
M. EHRET, JR. & GO.
423 Walnut Street. PHILADELPHIA.
CURES ALL HUMORS,
from n common lllolcli, orKriiiif Ion,
to thoworrt StTOIulii. '1'lip Ui-il ltluud
luririr evwr illicoverotl. iljrUruirirUu.
3 fpgjjy'ff WHAT THE
j yU prams
jj SAY A BOUT IT IN
r,y- s s
t r imam
FROM LIFE TO DEATH
Is Lut a moment if rheumatism or noural
cla Btrlkcs tho heart. These diseases aro
tho roost painful and tho most dangerous
of any to which human kind Is liable.
Thcjr fly from orto part to another without
n moment's warning, and liniments and
other outward applications arc In them
selves dangerous becauso they aro liable to
drlro the dlseaso to some vital organ and
causo Instant death. Klicumatlsm and
neuralgia aro diseases of the blood, andean
only bo reached by a remedy which will
drive from tho blood tho dangerous acids.
Such a remedy Is Athlophoro. It has been
thoroughly tested and Is a safe, sure
Spruce Crcelt, la., Oct. 5, 1885.
In answer to your request to know what
your Athlophoros has ilono for me, I will
say It has ilono wonderful work. I havo
Buffered from rheumatism for eighteen
years uioro or less, and somatlrucs not able
to put my clothes on or eat alone. I took
all kluJs, doctored with a good many doc
tors, but nothing did mo any good. I
was getting worse Instead of better. I
read your advertisement In the "Demo
crat" and "Sentinel" papers of Louis
town. I havo taken in all four bottles. I
feol no pain. I was drawn crooked, but
now I am straight onro more. Thank you
for the good it done mo. Athlophoros Is
tho medicine. PiiiLir IlAitrsTEii.
Your medicine has cured me of neural-
ia. I suffered with it for three davs, and
t cave mo instant relief.
Palmyra. N. Y., Aueust 19th, 1886.
I used ono bottle of Athlophoros for neu
ralgia after being laid up eight weeks. Th
result was very satisfactory.
It. S. Eddy.
Every drugglstshould'keen Athlophoros
and Athlophoros I'illa, but where they can
not be bought of tho drugcUt tho Athlo
phorosi Co.,' 112 Wall St., New York, will
send cither (carriage paid) on receipt ol
regular price, which Is $1.C0 per bottlo
for Athlophoros and 60c. for Pills.
, For liver and kidney diseases, dmetI, In
digestion, weaknes, nervous debility, dLse&nei
or women, ronrtlpatlon, headache, Impure
blood, &c., A tblophoros l'llls uro unequalcd,
oct. 23 81) Cms.
OF PURE COD LITER OIL
Almost as Palatableas Milk.
Tho only preparation of COD I.IVEH OIL that
can bo taken readily and tolerated for a long time
by dollcale Rtomarhs.
AND AS A 11KMEDT Fflrt fOysrHPTlOX,
snnmi,oiN An-H'no,s. anaemia, ik.
KBAIi DKIIII.irr. IIIIIS A.M TllltlUT AF.
H. lll)S. nn.l all I1AMI.MI lll.sOltllMlS II?
Ulll.llllt.ai It Is imrrrlloos In ll rwilta.
lTcscrlbcd anil endorsed by tbo boat A'liyslclans
In tho countries of the world.
For sale: by all druggists.
STRENGTHEN AND RESTORE IT
DY WEARING A
"Why Buflfcr vri th an aching back when a prompt
ana poBltlvt) relief is Rt luvndP The Hop Flasten
Painful ainaclefl, Kldnty Wcakncu, Bhenma.
tlam, Bdatlca, Plettriuy, Chest T&i&n, Bore Luncs.
Couchi, Crlclc and all Sadden, Sharp or Nervous
palm. The soothing, pain -killing and strengthen
inff virtues of Hops, Hemlock, BaOwuns and Onma
combined. Gweot and clean. Sold everywhere,
20 eta., O for f 1.00. Mailed Cor prloo by proprie
tors, Hop Piaster Company, lloston. Mm.
tyiook for the hop vine wreath and lenatnro
of HOP PLA8TEH CO., on every genuine plaster.
Beware of imitations and substitutions.
DOV 26 66 ly.
KVALIDS HOTEUHD SURGICAL INSTITUTE
683 Main Street, Buffalo, II. Y,
Staff of 18 Physicians and Surgeons.
ExncrlciicciKiiiGClnllntH for ovorv
claMH of DfcseiiMCN troutcdt nlno.
trnlncd, oxiiorlonccd aud obliging
UKiit, won ventilated, elegantly
furiilHlicd prlvato rooms, lor pa
lluiifio fiirnlKlied iltti riAvnlnr.
Stcniii-lK'nl, Speaking-pipes, i;ioc-
iriv iiuii9) uiiii uii luuui'ril
irivvincnlM, Tnlilo well supplied
with the beat of food.
I not n Iloapltal, line n plcnunnt
Iloinedlul Home. Upcu day aud
ALL tmm DISEASES,
wlietlicr rcfinlrlim for their euro
medical or nurglcul aid) skillfully
XII IS INSTITUTION Is supplied
with Turkish Hatha, American
Movement Treatment, or Mechan
ical Mnsnue niaelilucry, Vltnll.
zatlon and Vacuum Treatment
Apparatus, the most approved
I'.loctrlcal machines and Matter
lex, Inhalation Apparatus, and nil
the most vuluablo remedial appli
ances known to modlcal sclcneo.
Clull, or send 10 cents In stamps
for our Invalids' (luldo-Ilooli (l(iS
Iiokcs), which ttlvcs all paitlcu
urs. Address as above.
Worlil'a DLwcourjr Mllral -iwcUtlon. Prop'a.
A32 YOUR GEOCER FOR IT.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT.
Prevent Roup, Prevents Gapes, Pre
vents Cholera, Prevents Egg-Eat
Ing, Prevents Laying Soft
Eg.8, Makes Hens Lay.
IT 15 NO MM, ITIP HO 2IEDXCIHS.
It Sells for live Oenta Per Pound,
Chick-chlck-er-rckee (poultry food and pre
ventive of dUease for poultry), the great ess
food, produces prodifilously and Is good lor
the heiltlt of the towlme. It U the, first article of
Us kbd ever Patented Iu the United States.
Canada and England. Try it. It costs only
five cents per pound. It li no powder. Chick
e n will cu it. Ihat ought to convince you thct
it is good. If your Grocer, Druggist, Hard,
ware or Country atorckteper wrll not get it
tor you, send me one dollar, and I will ship
you a twentyiiind tox by freight, or one hundred
pounds for five dollars, A large box Hill cost you
no more freight than a small box. Attend to "our
poultry, if yuu want to make a profit out of thcrn,
just the same at you attend to your land. Uidess
you manure your land it U not pay ou, Jutt
so with poultry ; ou must give them something
besides feed, 'I hey must have material to
answer for grinders, Brd material for the egg.
H you feea Chick. cftlck-er-re-kee (egg food)
every day you will never have any sick chick
ens, and your hens will hy eggs when otherwise
they would not. You will never do without It
after a fair trial. Do not pay twenty-five or
fifty cents a pound for medicine to feed jour
poultry when you can get a better article from
your storekeeper at five cents a pound, Don't
r,e a clam ; try It. Manufactured In the United
States only by
S. S. MYERS, Patentee,'
lag N. Front St., PHILAD'A, PA.
FOf Hale bv
Farmers' lToduco Exchang
Drunkonnoas tn Paris,
A hKMARKAULE 1KCRRABK IK TIIK OOK'
8U.M1T10N 01 LIQUOR.
Dnuiki'iincpa ta nppnrontly on tho in
orenso in Paris. Tho number of work
liiQincn who ruin tliomsotvcs by nb-
sorblna too muoh nbsintlip, "nrnor
ploon, nnd other deleterious mixtures
mows moro nnd more. Thcro is there
fore, nbundont room (or tho oncrntions
of nn energetic teiujierauco nocicty to
rcprtsa tho riwnges ofiupcd by "petit
bleu and tlio opiU-colored liquor, winch
In imbibed by most 1 nnsmtis in n mod'
erntc quantity in order to pivo them
nu appctitu for dinnor. Within tho
imst fortniglit sovernl deaths from
drunkenness havo occurred in tho mo
tropolis. In ono oao a renpcctablo
ollicial in one of tho publio departmentt)
was found dead iu his bed. In a cup
board near him wero sovernl empty
bottles which had contained rum. Tho
post-mortem examination disclosed tho
fact that ho had died from tho
effects of largo and frequent doses of
undiluted Jamaica. Only yesterday a
drunken woman, hitherto an abnormal
spectaolo in tho streets of Paris, set
firo to lict clothes with a match on
entering her room and was burned to
death. It is not at all uncommon to
meet workingraeu returning homo bo
utterly intoxicated that they fall down
at every step and are only preserved
from breaking their skulls or by being
run over by vehicles by the provident
ial intervention that watches ovor the
inebriate. A short timo since I saw a
drunken lamplighter trying to illtiml
nato the shades of evening by lighting
a tree with his six-foot pole. A mng
naiiimous policeman, who for a fow
moments placidly watched tho man's
effort to pursue his occupation under
difficulties, finally went over to him,
look tho pole, lighted tbo lamps and
sent tho devotee of Bacchus home bo
tvt een two boys. London Telegraph.
E. Evan", president of the Lumber
Exchange Batik, Tunawanda, N. Y.,
writes: January 15, IbMb, 1 wai en
tirely prostrated, and was reduced from
17b to 12U lbs. 1 thought 1 Had in
flammation of tho largo bowel. The
pain was relieved only by raorphino
forced under tho skin. My doctor
treated mo for inflammation and catarrh
of the bowel, an nffeclion sympathet
ic with disorder of tho left kidnoy. I
had a distressing nam, with nicbt
sweats, nnd could keep nothing on my
stomach, especially liquids, and was
intensely thirsty. ieb. l'J 1 was in
intense agony with pain in ray loft kid
ney. I then began Warner's safe cure.
In 20 minutes I was relieved. I re
fused tho doctor's medicines thereafter.
I Anally passed o largo etono from the
bladder, then my pains ceased." If you
writo Mr. Evans, enclose stamp for
Batural Gas in Sharon
After weeks of waiting and a suc
cession of calamitous accidents tho
Columbia Natural Gas Co. at 4:40 p.
ra. Saturday last turned natuial gas
into the 40 miles of mains between
Sharon and the Speeohley dis
trict, in Venango county. The new
fuel burned with a deatening roar just
east of the city. Tho gas will be used
in tho rolling mills.
New Process of Welding Old Bails.
E. D. Waosells, ot PittsburK, is ar
ranging for a test at tho Atlantic Iron
Works" o' a now process of welding
and rolling steel from old rails by
which the cost is cheapened giu a ton.
Much interest is manifested by iron
men in the result.
Consumption is often only an indi
rect result of deranged kidneys. "Over
two years ago X became a continued
invalid. My triends all thought I was
far gone iu Consumption. I was sure
the timo had well nigh como when I
must leave my helpless littlo children
motherless. With this dreadiul tact
staring mo in tho face, I resolved to
try Warner s sate cure. JHy husband
tried to dissuade me, thinking I was
too far gone for anything to help me
But I took it, and in two weeks time I
was like a new creature : and in four
weeks I was able to resume my house
hold duties" at this writing I am per
fectly well. Mrs. E. J. Wolf, wife of
Rav. Prof. T. Wolf, D.D., editor Luth
eran Quarterly, Gettysburg, Pa If
you wnto her enclose a stamp, and she
will tell you tho story is true.
Archer, the horse jockey, is reported
to have accumulated a fortune little
short of 150,000, which accrues to
h'B only child by his deceased youni;
wife, a littlo girl, between 2 and 8
years of ago. At tho timo of his
death he was at tho head cf the list of
winning jookoys for tho present season,
with n score of 170, a id hn has- held
the same position for somothing like a
Tho young man who is debating
what to give his girl for Christina
could satisfactorily solvo tho question
by giving lumpen.
A New York mmazer U trying to
induco ladioj lo take off their hats in
the theatre. lt:ao:it it, girls, resont it .
Next they'll bo wanting you to take
off your switohes and hang them on
tho back of the so it.
I AH EXTRAORDINARY OFFER.
To Alt Wanting Employment.
We warn Live. Energetic anil Capable Agentt
l every county ii the United State! and Cana
i, 1 1 sell a patent nrticle of great merit, t,u
I a iltKlls. .iiaruclenavini;aiargeMie,ray
i "VJr ioi-r cent profit, having na con.)
I mmi, and on which the agent I protected in
) tie exuuiive Kale by a deed given loreaihand
-very county he may secure from ui. With all
j ice advantages to our agents and the fact that
Mt U an article that can be sold to every house-
kit it, it might not be necessary to make an
l "kh ra aqkdinarv offer" to secure uootl accnts
i inn lint ue have concluded to make It to'
hoiv, not only our confidence In the merits ui
mr invention, hut in its salability by any agent
tlitt will handle It with energy. Our agents
no-.v at work are making from $150 to $6w a
month clear and this fact makes It safe for us to
nuke our offer to all who are out of employ
ment. Ar agent that will give our business n
thirty day trial and fail to clear at least $tcc
1.1 this time, adovs all EXriNsis. can return
all goods unsold to us and we will refund the
money paid for them. Any agent or general
a jent wno would like ten or more counties and
work them through sub-agents for ninety days
and fail to clear at least $750 A con all kx
I'KtMts, can return all unsold and get their
uioieyback. No other employer of agentscver
dircd to make such offers, nor would we if we
lid not know thai we have agents now making
lore than double the amount we guaranteed 1
id but two sales a day would give a profit of
vcr $iis a month, and that one of our asenls
ink eighteen orders in one dav. Our lirife de
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these we wish to send to everyone out of em
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stamps for postage. Send at once and secure
the agency in time forthe boom, and go to work
o 1 the terms named in our extraordinary offer.
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tne name aud address of all such they know.
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DM DltOADWAY, HBW VOHIC
All Smoke and no Fire.
"Nothing better illustrates tho dos
pcrato strait that tho opposition press
is driven to in criticising tho govern
ment nt Washington," said General
Black, Pension Commissioner, "than
tho rumor which it in now Industriously
circulating that Dr. T. T. Dabnoy, of
Now Orleans, lately appointed examin
er in tho Pension Oflloo was not only a
Confederate soldier, but ono of the
guard of tho horrible prison pen at
Andcrsonvillo, nnd used lo amuso him
self by Bhooting nt the prisoners whoso
Sonslon claims ho is now to examine,
'his story has cieatcd much excite
mint in Cincinnati, whoro nrrango
incuts hnvo been niado by tho Repub
lican Veteran Club fur nn Immense
mass meeting of veterans, generously
thrown open to both political parties,
to discuss this supposed outrage and to
express their indignation. Tho Com
mitteo on Resolutions is already hard
at work, but unfortunately for these
Ecalous patriots tho report is all a lie.
Dr. Dabney was not born until May
16, 1850, nnd, therefore was only 16
years old when tho war closed. As
might be expected, theicfore, ho never
served in tho Confederate army, and
has yet to lay his oyes on Anderson
villa Ho was appointed through tho
Civil Scrvico Commission."
W. II. Rhodes. 118 E. Gav St..
Columbus, O., in 1870, was takon ill
with palpitation aid neuralgia of tho
hpart, consequent on aiseased kidneys.
TTnrriMn na.,.,iain" nllll.,1.,.1 !,!..,
-" v.v "f' Jll'. I I . H U1UIUICU 11 1 ill 1
Ho spent hundreds of dollars for reliof
in vain. He took 50 bottles of Warn
er's uafo cure aud was fully restored to
health, gaining 70 pounds while using
thnt great remedy. Writo him and
eucloso a stamp. He'll toll you tho
A Hew Feat at Niagara
Bui'KAi.o, N. Y Drc. 11. A now
stylo of Ningnra hero is to bu intro
duced to tho world, when Alphonse
King, of tho firm of King & Forster,
pnp'r-box makers, of this city, will
walk across tho surface of Niagara
river below the Falls from the foot of
tho inclined railroad to tho Canadian
shore. King has already dono much
walking on tho water, having given ex
hibitions through Mexico and some of
the Southern States. Ho will wear a
pair of winged shoes, by which he pro
pels himself and which are sufficiently
wide to give him steadiness on the
water, lint tho turbulent Niagara has
neTer been tiled. Mr. King has had
mo trip in contemplation lor somo
timo. Tho walk is for a bet of $3000.
A Terdiot Against a Bailroad.
A verdict of $5,580.62 in favor of
plaintiff was rendered last Saturday
afternoon in the Berks Common Pleas,
in tho suit of Recso Davis vs. the
Pennsylvania Schuylkill Valley Rail
road Co. Tho action had beon on trial
tho entire week, this being the first of
a number of land damago cases ails
ing out of tho construction of the
Pennsylvania Railroad's branch lino
north of Reading to Pottsvilo, Tho
verdict is regarded as noavv, although
plaintiff's witnesses ranged in their es
timates from $2,000 to $9,000.
Mm. Ruth Brown, Coldwater, Mich ,
if you write, enclosing a stamp, will
tell you it is true that iu July, 1885,
she "was suddenly l'aralyzod, and be
came entirely Blind, as her doctors
claimed, from nn Enlargement and In
flammation of the Kidneys and Liver.
Sho was in an unconscious state for
two weeks ; faco and body bloated,
with agonizing r"nin ; could not keep
anything on her stomach ; irregular
action of the heart. Physicians pro
nounced her caso incurable. Within a
few weeks tho Paralysis loft her, Bloat
went down, Enlargement of the Liver
Subsided, actiou of tho heart became
regular, and sho became well iu three
months and has felt in good condition
ever since.1' Warner's safo cure did
this amazing work for her and sho will
tell you so.
This is tho season when tho tender
heart of tho coal dealer asserts itself,
and, rather than overload bis poor
patient horses, he makes bis tons sev
eral hundred pounds lighter, but ior
gets to notify the purchaser of tho fuel
at tbo timo or making out tbo bill.
mi Hi; itititii Hid rattan.)
J 8PBOIPIO FOB
Neuralgia, Ring Worm
AND ALL OTHER SKIN AND BLOOD DIS
EASES. IT RRQULATE8 THB
LIVER 3& KIDNEYS
And Curos Indigestion
Aad all Dlaaiata art slag Cram aa eafeebled
coadtUoa of tbo ajritcm.
It bat prOTca Itaclf to ba tha moat rallabla
remedy known for Female Weakaeaa, and for
disease pecnUar to the aez,
Bend for our pamphlet of tcatlmonlali, aad
read of those who baro beea peimaneatiy
cored by Ita use,
tVAak your Drogf lat for OR. PARDEE'S
REMEDY aad taka do otbir. Price per
bottle, or alt bottlaa for IBs
I Uayfactntd by tha
h, PARCH MEDICINK CO.,
l&.tfh, , Q)t)r, N. Y.
nov. it 66 ly.
tioratitnius iiuum mxMit Manure and
At a rocotit mwltntt of lanf ater county (timers.
IUU ItMUaiUtf Mlt!llltUV WfU lUaUO, Til I
In axtwriiutntsimvl It Klr.Tuhn Itftnnttt. T .a weal
and Dr. J 1L Gilbert, iu KngUnJ, a Ut vt gmund
wtiero cotniaerciil Fertilizer tiuvs been umhI fur
urfy uerum vi, tUti wheat crop tt good now
Ai when tho eiperimenla Leinn. ami bun r i hat m
cliaiUr j.lot thu reotuvt! tble uanura alone fur th
a mo ptriud."
'ihainoBt relttbto ('nimnprclal fertlllxvrH r
HAW IHINi: MANIJUI.S.
RAUGH'S $25, PHOSPHATE
i a Ittov Hone JVIniiiire. oonaeqasotl an actN
jot crop itroduccr au4 Itunruivr w tU mo. I,
uihtUrtn at j
UilT B0 9 1 j
BAUGH & SONS
of our Worka, 7o.UNij
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riOAl)VERTI8Elts.-Loweiit lutes foradvertla.
XIDZ In low good newspapers Bent tree. Ad.
trt OEO. r, ROWBU. CO., lOBprut BU, N. Y.
aaaaLB s Jrleiim
Tbcro lms benti onn Inalnnnn of ttin
samo Bishop having officiated nt tho
baptism, marriago and coronation of a
Thomas Socker, Lord Archbishop of
monarcn. in s wan i in nint. itnv.
Uantcrbury, who baptized, matnod and
orowncd Goorgo III.
Proprietor II. H. Kinney, Wcldon
House, Earlvllle, N. Y., was run down
by overwork and threatened with
Brighl's disease, followed by slono in
tho ltldnoy and bladder, which pro
duced inlcneo pain and spasm?. A
council of physiclatiB did him no good.
Ho passed fresh blood from tho urinary
organs. Everything elso falling, ho
was finally fully reetorod to health by
Warner's afu cure, as hundreds of
thousands of other ncuto sufferers havo
been. Don't take Warner's word for
It. Writo Mr. Kinney (enclosing
stamp), and ak your friends and neigh
bors about Warner's safo euro.
Ex.Vico President William A.
Wheeler is now livlmr nn Invnlid nt
his homo in Malone, N. Y. Hu is
said to bo but the mero wreck of his
former self ; his eyes aro sunken and
dull, and his complexion sickly. His
relatives studiously keep him from
either publio or social assemblages.
Mrs. J. T. lliohey, 6G2 4th Avenue.
Louisville, Ky., was a confirmed inva
lid for eleven years, daily expecting
death. Doctors pronounced her troublo
to bo neuralgia, female complaints aud
every other known disease. For
months her left side was paralvzed.
Could neither eat, sleep nor walk.
Finally tho doctors gavo her up. Sho
then began to uso Warner's safe cure,
and November 18, 1885, sho wrote "I
am aa well to-day as when a girl, and
feel about twenty years younger. Warn
er s sato euro has worked a miracle in
my caso." Mrs. liichoy will cladly
answer stamped inquiries.
This is tho season thnt inspires a
red-uosed man with confidence. lie
can blamo tho warmth of color on tho
weather, and those who dont know
his habits will sometimes believe him.
It is said ihiA a woman's heart can
not bo judged by her words, and very
often you havo to get extremely close
to tell whether her coat is real seal
skin or only an imitatiou.
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llenson's Wasters promptly relieve and cure
wncro other plasters and ereasy salves, liniments
and lotions, aro absolutely useless. Beware of
Imitations under similar sounding names, such as
"Capsicum," "Capucln," "Capslclne," as they aro
utterly worthless and Intended to deceive Ask
run JIBNSON'S AND TAKE NO OTnBKS. All ttTUffglBt8.
PtAUUllV JOHNSON, l'roprletors, New York.
RAILROAD XXXVZE TABLE.
ELA.YYAKE, LACKAWANNA AND
a.m. a.m. n.m.
9 00 12 30
8 54 12 26
S 48 12 22
8 40 12 15
s 30 ....scranton....
8 26 Bellevue....
8 22 ...Taylorvllle...
8 16 .. Lackawanna..
8 10 l'lttston.....
8 03 ..West l'lttston.1
7 53 ....Wyoming....
7 54 . , ..Maltby
7 50 llennetl.. .,
7 47 ....Kingston ....
7 47 ....Kingston....
7 42 Plymouth Juno
7 38.. ..Plymouth.. ,.
7 31 ....Avondale. .
7 23 llunlock's Creek
6 10 V 15 2 03
0 IS 9 SO 8 10
6 20 9 26 2 IS
6 27 9 84 2 23
6 34 9 41 2 30
8 33 12 03
8 27 12 03
8 22 11 63
8 II 11 54
8 12 11 50
8 03 11 47
8 08 11 47
8 03 11 42
7 69 11 38
7 54 11 34
7 60 11 30
7 43 11 23
7 30 11 12
7 18 11 00
7 11 10 51
7 05 10 47
6 68 10 41
0 40 9 47 2 36
0 45 9 62 2 41
6 49 9 50 2 44
0 63 10 Oil 2 47
6 58 10 05 2 60
6 68 10 05! 50
T (12 10 102 65
7 07 10 15 3 00
7 12 10 203 05
7 15 10 25 3 10
7 23 1032 3 27
7 I2'..shlckshlnny.. 7 37 10 413 89
7 00 . Hick's Ferry.. 7 50 li 11 3 62
6 51i..lleachllaven.. 7 57 ll 003 68
6 41 1 liemlck.... 8 Ol 11 134 05
6 41 .Briar Creek., 8 10 11 20 4 12
6 88 ..VTlllOW Grove.' 8 14 11 25 4 16
6 34 ...LlmelUdgO... 8 18 11 294 20
6 27 Espy J 8 25 11 30 4 27
6 21 1.. .llloomsburg... 8 80 11 444 34
6 16 .... Rupert I 8 36 11 60 4 40
6 11 Catawl'a llrldge 8 41 11 55 4 46
5 661. ..Danville.... 8 6S 12 135 04
5 49 ....Chulasky....! 9 05 12 2115 12
5 45l Cameron.... 9 08 12 25 6 17
5 32 Northumberland 9 25 12 40 5 85
a.m. I la.m. a.m. p.m
6 64 10 38
6 60 10 31
6 42 10 27
6 36 10 21
S 30 10 16
B 25 IU 11
6 08 9 66
6 00 9 49
5 55 9 45
5 40 H Hi
W. F. HALSTEAD, fiupt.
Superintendent'' office. Scranton, Feb.lBt.182
Philadelphia & Erie R. R. Divis-j
ion, and Northern Central
In effect Nov.l'KlJfcrralna leave Sun.
9.40 a. m., Eea frhore Express (dally except
Sunday), tor Ilarrlsburg andlntermedlatestatlons,
arriving at Philadelphia 3.15 p. m. : New York,
.80p. m. ; Baltimore, 8.05 p. m. j Washington,
i.50 p. m., connecting at Philadelphia for all Ma
Shore points. Through passenger coach to
1.50 p. m. Day express
dally except Sunday),for Ilarrlsburg and Interme
diate stations, arriving nt Philadelphia
USO p. m. ; Now York, 9.35 p. m. j Baltimore
1.45 p. m. i Washington, 7.45 p. m. Parlor car
through to Philadelphia and passenger coaches
through to Philadelphia and Baltimore.
7,45 p. m. Kenovo Accommodation (dally
tor Ilarrlsburg and all Intermediate stations, arriv
ing at Philadelphia 4.25 a. m. : New York 7.30 a. m.
Haltlmore, 4.55 . m. ; Washington 6.05 a. m. s
Sleeping car accommodations can be necured at
ilarrlsburg for Philadelphia and New York. On Sun
lays a through sleeping car will be run; on this
'rain from Wllllamsp't to 1'hlladelphla.Phlladelphla
lassengera can remain in sleeper undisturbed untl
7.50 a. m Erie Mall (dally except Slonday,
fcr Ilarrlsburg and Intermediate stations,
isir'vlng at Philadelphia 8.115 a. in. New York,
1.5 . in. ; Baltimore 8.15 a. m. ; Washington, 9.80
wra. Through rullraan Bleeping cars are run on
his train to Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washing,
on, and through passenger coaches to Fhlladel.
hla and Baltimore.
5.iua. m. Erie Mall (dally except Sunday), to.
Irle nr J all intermediate stations and Canandal,
uaard Intermediate stations, llocbester, Buffa-
jauuituiiaiucuiia, wiiu luiuugu J'uuman t ai-
ce cars and passenger coaches to Erie and lloch
1.53 News Exnress (dallv excent Kunrtflvx rnr
Hnk Haven and intermediate stations.
r'.M p. m. Niagara Express (dally except Sun.
dfor Kane and Intennedlato stations and Can.
anav iua and principal Intermediate stations.
uuu li-i. iiuuuiu iuu AiuL'ura ruiiH Willi
na ih passenger coaches to Kane and itochester
ranur turiu n uuamsporu
4.S5 n. m. Fast Uno fdellv,excent HundAvifnr lin.
ovo and Intermediate stations, and Elmfra, Wat.
Ins and Intermediate stations, with through pas
icnger coaches to lienovo and Watklns.
9.20 a. m. Sunday mall tor Itenovo and Interme
milOUUll TIUINS YOH SUNBUltY FROM THE
EAST AND SOUTH.
Sunday mall leaves Philadelphia 4.30 a. m
larrlsburg 7.40 arrlvlntr at Hunburv 9.20 a. to. with
hrough Bleeping car from Philadelphia to Wll-
News Express leaves rhlladelphla 4.S0 a. m.
(airlsburg, 9.10 a. m. dally except Sunday
vrrlvlng at Sunburr 9.53. a. m.
Niagara Express leaves
'hlladclphla, 7.40 a. m. j Baltimore 7.30 a. m. (dally
except Sunday arriving at Sunbury, 12.51 p. in.,
Jrlth through Parlor car from Philadelphia
uw luiuusu puaacutics vuuuuca iruiu S UUttUcl'
ihla and Baltimore.
Fast Line leaves New York 8.30 a. m. ; I'blladel
Jhta.ll.ll a. m. : Washlneton. 9.40 a. m. Haiti,
nore, iai5 a. in., (dally except Sunday) arriving at
iuuuujr, i. ui., tviiu suruuKU passengei
ioaches from 1'hlladelnhta and Baltimore.
Erie Mall leaves New York 8.00 d. m. ! Phlladel.
Ohio, 11.25 p. m. ; Washington, ld.oo p. in, ; Haiti
nore, 11.20 p. in., (dally except.Saturday) arriving
it Sunbury 5.10 a. m., with through Pullman
Sleeping cars rrom rnuaneipuia, wasnington and
Haltlmore and through passenger coaches Iron
lU.NHUKV, IIA.l.KTIIN & WII.KKIIUHUli
uaii.uiiaii Ann miiHTii anu vviiMT
(Dally except buniiay.)
Wllkesbarre Mail leaves Sunburv lo.Ms. tn.
irrlvlng at Bloom Kerry 10.47 a. m., Wtlkes-barra
Express East leaves Sunbury 4.35 p. in., arriving
itHlooml'erry6.28p.ra., Wllkes-barre At5 p. in
Duuuur? aiuu leaves vfiiKesuurro iu.a a. in. arnv.
ng at Bloom Kerry 18.05 p. m., Hunbury 12.47 p. m
EipreBs West leaves Wllkes-barrel.45 p. m., ar
Ivlng at Bloom Kerry 3.20 p. in., sunbury 4.l0p.m
Sunday mall leaves sunbury u.iis a. m., arriving
it Bloom Kerry 10.14 a. m.. Sllken-Barre 11:10 a.m.
Sunday accommodation leaves Wllkes-Barre 5:10
t :40 D. m.
in., arnving at uioom terry, o.ll p. tn., sunbury,
C1IA. E. PUUU,
j. n. wonn.
b, rasiemer Agent
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Combining a Parlor,
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