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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Hawaii' Mountain Fiend.
triiK kino's mstkk BAcnmoics iiehsklp
TO TUK OODCKS9 I'KLK.
Thero weeping and wftiltng among
llio tnlld'eyol Kanakeo in this fnr off
kingdom oi tho Sunset Sea, Hawaii.
Alt that la mortal of tho well beloved
Prinoens Llko Like, tho youngest sister
of His Majesty King Kalakaua, will be
dispositcd on tho 28lh Inst., side by
sldo with thoso of tho other personages
who bavo gono before to their last
resting place In tho royal mausoleum.
Tho prin ocps was a woman of more
than ordinary intelligence, and had im
proved herself by much reading and
study. Her manners were easy and
graceful. She was tho wife of A. B.
Cleghorn, at one time a member of tho
king's cabinet, and by him had one
child, a little girl now nine years of
age. Tliis little miss, provided she
lives, will in all probability tako on im
portant stand in tho tffairs of tho
kingdom, sbo being in the lino of suc
cession to tho throne.
But notwithstanding tho intelligence)
of Like Like the constant intercouivo
she bad had with tho foreign popula
nuu iur j earn aim yuura iuu.u was
el a strain ot natural superstition in
er conposition of whiob she could not
rid herself, and;to this, if reports be
true, wo may now attribute her un
timely taking off. For oenturies back,
or as far as run tho Hawaiian annals,
there has been a belief among the
Eeople thatjthe eruptions of Mauna
oa and Kilaaea wero the means taken
by the goddess Fele to Bhow her dis
pleasure of mortal events. It was also
hold and the resurrected order of Ka
hunas and soothsavers enconraeo tho
beliof that the only moans to appease
the goddess' wrath was by the sacri
fice of some of the royal family. Timo
and again, when those awful volcanoes
have deluged the surrounding country
with their fiery flow and shaken tho
coral islands to their centre, has this
human sarifice taken place, whether
witD.tnodesiroa ettoctor not tho ohron
iolers say not.
The' volcano of Manna Loa recently
broke out, as dispatches to the Jlerald
nave already stated, into a violent
eruption. This eruption, the first in
'twenty-five years caused the supersti
tious natives to believe that Pele had
put her war paint on and was showing
her anger at the things that be. The
natives from their huts watofaed the
lurid light that shone upon the mount
ain top and knew that the goddess was
reaching out her fiery arms for a vic
tim of the royal blood. The Kahunas,
who have lately gained once more the
lavor ot the king, declared that fele
must be appeased to arrest the fearful
doom whion they said must come.
Tbey had not far to search for one
who would make the fearful sacrifice,
and while the rumbling of the volea
no made awful thunder the Princess
Like' Like announced to the people that
she, the sister of the king the nearest
to the throne would lay down her
lite to stop tne awtul now. one open
ly proclaimed that she gloried to make
a martyr ot nerselt tor her country and
her people : and though, in the prime
of life and with the prospect of a
crown before her, sho made ber final
preparations and lay down to await
1 1- J T. i !j . I .1 i
uio cuu. it is nam uiaii in hub nnai
proceeding, the Kahunas played no un
important part, and that while acting
.as her guardians and advisers they
were, in fact, practicing their dark arts
upon her and hurrying her onward to
For days and days she lay among
these people, and daring all that time
sot a particle of food was allowed to
pass her lips. Death was not sneedilv
coming to one so full of life and vital
ity as sue nan Doen, dui starvation did
its work at last, and while Kahunas
sat about and their incantations went
on tho spirit of the princess left her
body and the sacrifice was at an end.
For twenty days her remains aro to
lio in state, and on the 28th the iron
portals of the mausoleum close in upon
them them forever.
That this good woman was cruelly
sacrificed to the superstition of the
Kahunas is an open secret at the islands
but the strangest part to tell is this,
that upon the day of her death Mauna
Loa' the Awful ceased to belch the lava
forth, and for days after was in per
fect quiet, and then the hoary old
soothsayers went about among the
people with many a nod and mystic
sign, as who should say, "Didn't we
foretell all this t" and to day their pow
er is greater in the land than since the
days when Captain Cook laid bones
upon their sandy beach.
Betrayed by His Horse-
The Chicago Herald tells this St.
Louis story: "A horse has played an
important part in Frank Bowman's do
mestic drama," said a man from St,
Louis at the Grand Pacifio last nielit.
"Mr. Bowman once owned a horso
which lis first. wife was very fond of
driving. One day Mrs. Bowman rat
tled down a quitt street in her coupe.
The old horse trotted along at a good
gait until he came in sight of a little
brown cottage sitting well baok from
the street, when he suddenly swerved
out of the roadway without any guid
ance from the reins, and camo to a
dead stop beforo the gate. Mrs. Bow
man thought this rather strauge, and,
whipping up the old horse, started
"Three or four days later she was
driving along the same quiet street
when the horse again swerved out ot
tho roadway ond stopped before tho
little cottage. Her curiosity became
thoroughly aroused. Mrs. Bowmau
alighted from her coupe, walked up
wo painway to the house and rapped
at the door. A very pretty woman re
sponded to the knocking.
" Will you be so kiud as to tell me
who lives here V asked Mrs. Bowman,
survoying the pretty cottager from
head to feet.
" Oh, certainly, replied the woman.
'Mrs. Bowman lives here.'
" Oh, is that so t ' said tho first Mrs.
Bowman, turning to leave. 'Pardon
"A few months later tho Mrs. Bow
man who rodo in the coupe "ot a di
vorce from her husband and now the
Mrs. Bowmau. who lived in the oot-
tage has been making things torrid for
WW UIM -w U U ( TT J VI
Dr. Riegler of Pesth has just made
a very curious experiment in photo
graphy, and one that to many peoplt
will appear almost incredible. lie has
photographed a bullet after it had been
fired from a rifle, and while it was pro
ceeding with a velocity of HQ metres
rather rooro than a quarter of a mile
a second. .
A Worn'd) ,jnfantry riflo was the
weapon- used (or the purpose of con
ducting the expeiiment, which was in
every way suooeMful, a perfect repro
duction of the bullet being the result.
A borso at full gallop, a swallow in its
flight, and oven a flash of lightning,
htve succumbed loathe photographer's
art but bis last triumph Is still more
tearvcloua.Tjtt Mall Qwttttt, ,
A Boundor's Life.
I was risking a "rounder" tho other
day how ho managed to keep his head
abovo tho water, and after a moment
spent in reflection ho replied !
"To bo a successful vagrant and
dead beareqnires twico the planning
it does to get rich. I dtvido my lift;
oil into two poitions, as It wore. Tho
first idea Is to get clothes. These I
bog of old time frleuds. Tho next is
to get tnonoy. I must havo about 2
per week to run me, and I do moro
sohemlng nnd planning to get that
amount than any worklngmau does to
get $11). I can livo on twenty cents
per day. Ton of this must go for tho
night's lodging, and two nlckles will
get mo two glasses of beer and two
freo lunches. Tho third Idea is to con
ceal my identity. Not my name, but
my charaotor. I am jttst as anxious to
prevent strangers fiom looking upon
mo as a dead beat ns a man can be.
By hook or crook I see tho dally
papers every day, nnd I post mysely
on all tho nows. "l can talk therefore
intelligently. I make fifty excuses per
aay lor not neing better rtrtsscd, and
for having no overcoat.
"I Bhould think you would bo collar
ed oy tne police."
"I tako precautions against that. I
have maoo it a point to giveaway
shady' pcoplo when I can do so, and
the polico would bo ungratefnl to run
mo in. I have to patronize the poor
est lodging houses and am obliged to
hang out at disreputable places, and 1
keep ray eyes open. I can tell a 'fly'
man as soon as the next, and 1 loso no
time In tipping somo detective the
"If a situation paying, say 810 per
"No, sir I I havo no ono dependent
upon me, nnd all i oaro for is to get
through the day as it comes. In spite
of the occasional suffering and kicks
and contempt, 1 get along first rate.
shall be found dead some morning, the
city will bury me, and my tramp will
be o'er. That's all, and if you could
lend me ten conts until Saturday, I'd''
"Certainly. JJetrou Jbree 1'reas
Persian Musical Criticism,
In Persia, story telling or poetical
recitations take tho place of our spell
ing bees and acting charades, says a
writer in London Society, and often as
soon as the repast is finished music
commences, or, pnhapa, a vocalist will
vary the programmo by favoring the
company with a song. His repertory
may consist of ono song only ; but no
matter, ho will sing it over and over
again, with as much prido as though
he could boast of an unbroken descent
from Orpheus himself j over and over
again, without any apparent sign of
weariness, and what seems more
strange, to tho unfUcging interest of
the listeners, although it sounds weird
nnd uncanny to the unaccustomed
"Bah, bah, bah, good in tho extreme.'1
is echoed from one to' auotber, while
the singer pipes from the very top of
his high voice, and shakes his bead to
bring out tbo quavering sounds to
their fullest extent.
"Exactly like the bulbul" (nighlin-
gale), says the host.
"When it sings to the roses in the
spring," puts in a third.
"xes, Allah s works are wonderful,'
exclaims the fit at, sententiously, as he
puffs away at the kalian, his turn hav
ing by this time come around.
In f ersia, a foud, high voice being
equivalent to a good voice, tbo singer
wno can sustain a note the longest is
pronounced the best, for the skill of
tho vocalist depends upon the length
of time upon which ho can trill a note.
Ho Was Married.
VUV AN OMAHA MAN SEARCHED HIS
grocer's STORE FOR COOKED THINGS.
Customer Have vou any corned
Fancy Grocer Best kind, Mr. :
any thiug elso I
"Any canned tongue already boiled!"
"Canned chicken, already cooked !"
"Let's see. They don't out up
broiled beefsteaks, do they !'
"Nor roast beef t"
"By tho way, what are these: look
like fried potatoes !''
"that s what they are Saratoga
'Well, I'll take a bushel of them.
Hello I What's that!" ,
"Canned corned beef hash."
"Just the thing. Gimme a lot of it.
Got any baked beans t"
"Yes. Boston baked beans; three
"Let's see what else there is here.
How are the-e used V
"Those aro soup essences, and need
nothing but thinning with hot-water."
"Well, I'll try those, and throw iu a
lot of other things you think good, no
matter what, only so they're cooked.
I'm tired of starving."
"Is your mother sick, Sir. 1"
"No, she's well, but I don't, live
wiih her now. I'm married." Omaha
Slave-Huntine in Africa.
There seems to ho reason tn fnr
that slave-hunting is again largely on
the increase in central Africa. Tnat
Was. of COUrse. forptnM (is n i-nrfntn
consequence of the abandonment ot
me p 'uu.iii. jnow we hear that the
station at Stanley Falls, on the upper
Coiil'O. has been ah.nu1ntif.il iimW tha
pressure of Arab hostilities, instigated,
I. io ucuuvcu, uy uiu veteran bia,V6
hunter, Tippu Tib, whose operations in
this very recion havo been diw.rilw.it
by Mr. Stanley. That gentleman came
op with a single caravan of 3,800
slaVcs, mostly women and children ;
and he calculates that for avhi-v olnvn
caught six had been killed in the foray.
ine icrnuio snuerings ot the desert
marcnes, wuicu too caravans havo com
monly to make, cause, of course, a
friirlitful u-nuln nf I if.- S-ill tlm .ISfll
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cutty remains as to what becomes of
theso vast droves of human beings.
Ono centleman states thnt "II firm
slates passed his house on their way
to me east coast in a single year. The
east coast is closely watched bv our
suing, and onlv a channn enrtrn in' mn.
posed to esoapn their vigiUncx. 'Whore
um me l-u.uuu go to I HI. James
According to tho Washington Critic
ei-Congrefsman Harris of Virginia ro
ceutly employed a brick mason to whom
ho remarked one day: "I fay,. John,
you are not laying those brick jn a
workmanlike manner." "I ainl. alnt
1 1" replied the mason. ""Well, I don't
make uo claims for velocity uer nice-'
osity, but fur subi-tantiablenrss on' dur
iability I don't turn my bau' to uo
mason in thu whole State of Vlrctnoy.
Jedge, and ef you don't like my stylish
noes you better git somebody else."
The Judgo accepted the apology and
tvuicuuu wa worn u mua closer.
From a rlnanolal point of vlow tbo
cost ot maintaining the armed peace
now existing In Europo is almost as
oalaraltous as actual war would be.
According to tho statistics of tho Al
manac lc Ootha tho txpondltiiro of
the governments In Europo In 1884 for
their armies and navies was dmiblo tho
annual expenditure of thirty years ago.
Iu 1881 this war oxpondituro amounted
to $915,050,000, It is estimated that
In consequonco of tho recent increase
of fleets and armies the annual expen
diture of Europe lor war purposes is
already moro than double this amount.
sinco It ts impossible to extort theso
enormous sums from tho peoplo every
year by tho most oloborato system of
custom bouse taxation, it is necessary
to borrow more money ) and It is
shown by tbo authority already quoted
that tho debts of tho governments of
iMiropo aro rising with tho increase oi
expenditure required to preservo 'ho
public pence. The total debts of tho
European nations amounted In 1884 to
the gigantic sum of S24,UUU,UUU,uuu,
which is more than double their total
debt of thirty years ago. It is estima
ted that tho present public debt of
Europe is nbout $25,000,000,000. Tho
amount seems to bo increasing at the
rato of SI. 000.000.000 a year. At a
per cent, tho annual interest on the
present fdebt of Eurono amounts to
$700,000,000, and much of it pays a
The peoplo of tho United Slates can
bo thankful that they aro so situated
that tho peace they enjoy is not an
armed pence. That sort of tranquility
is rather expensive.
Oare of the Teeth-
An expericticcd dentist directs his
patients to care for their teeth as fol
lows: Always brush them in tho
.morning before breakfast first with
water only, then with powder. Pow
der should bo used at least onco a dayj
without it teeth cannot bo kept clean.
To brush effectually place the upper
and lower rows of teeth parallel to
each other, tho points of tho fronts
touching, then use your brush up and
down the teeth between tho gums,
brushing tho gums at well as the teeth,
thereby toughening tho one and cleans
ing the other. Your hack teeth need
more brushjug than your front ones.
You will bo wise to show a partial
care for the back and .outside of the
rearmost teeth abovo and below. After
.each and overy meal uso a quill tooth
pick or waxed floss silk, and rinse the
mouth with moderately cold water.
Tho intention is to remove food fiom
among tho teeth. Decomposed acldi-
tied lood, animal or vegetable, is tho
worst enemy of he teeth.
Bill Nye on Southern Olimate-
This is a great country for lung dis-
ease9. feople with fractional mugs
come here from every quarter of the
globe. Thero are eo many peoplo
here with lung diseases that a man
who is simply baldheaded does not at
once obtain recognition: The water
is very good for drinking purposes and
I have always beard it highly spoken
of. Tho weather is sometimes varia
ble and then again for a little while it
will be very uniform. One day you
win Bee me playing lawn tennis in a
jaunty suit of flannel, which shoivs to
great advantage my easy movements
and heaving chest, and on the follow
ing day you may find me coiled around
a red-hot stove, waiting till the clouds
A School Boy Who Knew too Much.
Ono day recently tho following
amusing incident occurred in one of
our district schools, unfortunately at
tne teacher s expense: A olass in the
second reader unapt in ornithology
was reading about tho "golden robbins"'
and their peculiar habits. After they
had finiohed reading the teacher asked
the class if anyone could tell her tho
color of tho golden robin. All were
silent. Thinking to enlighten them
upon the subject she took a handsome
nnd apparently costly ring from her
finger, and. holding it up before the
class, said: "What does this look like?"
Up jumped a prcoocious youth of
Beven years and shouted: "Brass I"
Prof. Seikie, writing on earthquakes
in itooa woras, says: Undoubtedly
tho most curious earthquake district
in tho British Islands is that of Comrie
of Perthshire. It lies on the southern
edge ot the Highland Mountains, which
aro marked off from the region of the
low-lands by a great line or fracture in
the earth's crust that runs across the
island from sea to sea. Toward the
close of lact century the earliest record
ed underground movements of that lo
cality wero observed. In the year 1889
the shecks begau to bo moro frequent
and violent, and they continued with
suoh vigor that no fewer thau 247 were
oounted in the two years that followed
the 3d of OetobeK 1839. Since that
time there has ben comparative
quiesccno?, though every now and then
another tremor occurs to reraiud the
inhabitants that tho rocks below have
by no means come to a final condition
The Detroit Tribune says: Dear
Canada : Don't be foolish. Don't talk
about licking the blarsted Yankees, for
they cawut bo licked, you know. Jmt
stop and think for a moment. Cana
da's entire population in 1881 was 4,
325,810 souls, big and little. You may
havo added a dozen or two since. Tho
census of 1880 gave Pennsylvania 4,.
282,891 and her population now far
exceeds yours in 18SJ, We can uame
three good fighting states near by with
a combined population nearly three
times that of Canada. This you seo
leaves a great many hick towns to
hear from. Then don't bo foolish.
Hand over our fish like a little man,
and promise hereafter to play fair.
That's tho way to do.
At tho sfego of Steenwick, in 1581,
leaden cannon balls were used, each
weighing about five pounds. These
were hollowed out on ono side ; and a
letter or other missive was placed in
the cavity, which was afterward closed
with a lead capsule. To the other side
of tho ball wai attached a pitce of
tarred rope. When ono of these balls
was HrCd from a cannon Into the town
the blazing rope, in a messenger from
the camp of their allies, informed tho
inhabitants that the ball contained
letters j and It was then opened. Sim
ilar projectiles were used to convey
messages during the Biege of Turin,
A. D. 1040.
Learning a trade: Blacksmith (to
young man) You think you possess
the necessary qualifications for a black
smith t Young man Yes, sir. I was
a member of the foot-ball team at col
lege. Bhcksmith (dubiously) .You
may be strong enough, young mau, bet
this business demands brains as well as
strength.- Chicago Journal.
"It's a solemn thing, young man,"
said the broken-hearted father, to como
into tho homo of an old man and tako
awny his only daughter, tho light of
hia houpohold and the prop and solaco
of his declining years but you havo
my blessing, and 1 wish you every joy
and " "But I won't tnko her away,
I sir," interrupted tho young man, Inox
prssibly affected) "wn'11 both stay
Young husband (to wife) "Didn't
I tclograph you not to bring your
mother with you."
Young wifo. "I know. That's
what sho wants to seo you about. Sho
read the telegram."
it ! to delude a poor suflerer Into the belief
that somo worthless liniment will cure rheu
matism and neuralgia. Honesty Is the best
policy in the manufacture of proprietary ar
ticlesas in all other matters, njul the fact that
tho proprietors of Athlophoros have never
claimed for it ercnall its merit would war
rant lixi not a littlo to do with its wonderful
popularity, ami tho thousands of grateful
testimonials received by them sliow tliat
their policy has been iha as well as right.
Experience hat amply demonstrated
that mere outward applications aro worth
ies. Tho disease has its seat in tho btood.
an-1 any remedy to bo successful must deal
with the obstructive acid which poisons
and Inflames it.
Athlophoros acts on tho blood, muscles
and joints directly. It takes the poison
out or the blood and carries U out of tho
system; it invigorates the action of tho
muscles and limbers tho stillness of the
joints. It reaches tho liver and kidneys,
cleansing then) from Irritating substances,
and, if followed up after tho rheumatic
conditions cease, it will restore theso organs
to regularity and health.
West Chaiy, N. Y., Aug. 10, 1880.
Yours of August 14th, is at hand, and
In reply would say that Athlophoros
proved the most effectual remedy for neu
ralgia in the case of my son that I ever
tried. After using half a bottle ho was not
troubled any more for six months.
Jtt. Pleasant, Pa., Aug. 10, 1880.
I am thankful that I tried Athlophoros.
I had rheumatism seven years, part of the
timo could not move: but to-day I am
well and hearty. I write this hoping somo
other sufferer may try it.
W. S. Fuanso.
Every druggistshould keep Athlophoros
and Athlophoros Pills, but where they can
not be bought of the druggist tho Athlo
phoros Co.," 112 Wall St., New York, will
send cither (carriago paid) on receipt of
regular price, which is $1.00 per bottle
for Athlophoros and 60c. for Pills.
For liver end kidney diseases, dyspepsia. In
digestion, weakness, nervous debility, dbe&scs
of women, constipation, headache, Impure
blood. &c. Athlopbona nils are unentitled, a
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tlrb power oer dUcwie unknown to 'otlwr remedies.
.. m. m. . m vuniBiiBin, r rinruo ompuums, ana me
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knonleOeiLelrcwnluferlorllybr attempting to
IiiiIWI ui-uu I lie reputation of the original.
Nuuo (lenulue unlna bearlualhla ritamp,
:rce5u.aft, o cutne
iLaoo. JUtl Cu(r Unei
icellod In Dura&liu, V(mfoi Idt
Mada In llatton. (Vinnui n.f
Apvtaranu. a poatalrard
BtflltlOUlWLll Lrlnirvr.ii In.
Is fl. rorinatlon now to tit (idj
J, Meani & Co
. HS'.S'iyi? ri"V.,7 Produce, a larierouanilty
of hoc of ihU rratle than any otter factory Iu the
"f I'd rrad than any otter factory Iu t
. Thoiuatul. who wear Ihem will tellyout
,J',,?l.V1.U'em- JAWKS ItlKAVs' .
K forlluj.U uaapjroacho4 la iuruiuy.
Full Uses of the ebot e shoes for Hie by
I. W. HARTMAN & SON,
Bole agtnu for BlooMVurg, I't, few j.jk,
jay. . . . -vvf m
(TttOalyBtlltbU Bleed Farlnrr.)
A SPECIFIC FOH
Scrofula, Salt Rheum.
Neuralgia, Ring Worm
And nil other Skin nnd Blood Diseases.
IT MatTLATM TIIS
LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Care Iaactla Baa all 4ttM4 arl.l.a Tram
cafeVlfrl eadUIa f ta. .y.tea
t VA.k your Dmtftri for DR. PABSXE' HXMZ
DT and taka no other, rrloe fi. per bottle or 1
bottle for la. Ifannrastaredby the
PARDEE MEDICINE CO.,
aoon.n.r, n. t
itocnssTiiR, N. Y.
(.knis: For tho past Winter I havo been
very badly allllctcd wltli rheumatism.
About six weeks ago Was confined to my
bed, and whenever I was ablo to got around
was obliged to uso crutches. All the timo
I had the best modlcnl attendance.
After ono week's uso of Dr. Pardee's
Rotnedy 1 was ablo to walk with a cane. I
continued its uso nnd can now move around
without asststnnce of any kind, and nm
belter In health than I havo been for vears.
It has effected a permanent cure and I tako
pleasure in recommending it
J. It. FINNEGAN,
Sunt. Fire Alarm Tclecraph, City build
ing, Front strei t.
nor. 26 85 ly.
X.AXX.XOAD IIMI TABZiXI
ELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
a.m. a.m. p.m.
6 10 8 15 2 03
8 15 9 SO 2 10
p.m. p.m. a.m
9 00 18 so s 30 .... wanton,
a M 18 29 h 2:,,...Believue....
8 48 12 22 8 28 ...TaylorrlllO...
8 40 12 15 8 15 .. Lackawanna..
8 S3 12 08 8 10 PlttSton.....
8 27 12 03 8 03 ..West Plttston.
8 23 11 58 7 58 ....Wyomlnc.. .
8 II It 54 7 54 . ..Walt by.....
8 12 11 60 T 50 Bennett.. ..
8 08 It 47 7 41 ....Klnirston ....
8 03 11 4T 7 47 ....Klnirston....
tsusai 2 is
6 27 9 84 2 21
81 9 41 2 30
40 9 41 8 8
6 45 8 52 2 41
6 49 9 50 2 44
6 53 10 OH 2 47
68 10 05 2 80
8 03 11 42 7 42 Flymoutn Juno 7 02 10 102 55
7 59 11 38 7 38 ....Plymouth.... 7 07 10 153 00
7 54 11 34 1 34 ...'Avondale. . 7 12 10 20 3 03
7 50 11 30 7 30 ....NantlCOte... '7 15 10 233 10
7 43 11 S3 7 23 Uunlock's Creek 7 23 1032 S 27
7 30 11 12 7 12 ..fhlckshtnny.. 7 37.10 44 3 39
0 5(1 10 039 50
7 18 it oo 7 00 ..Hick's Ferry f. 7 50 11 It 3 52
7 11 10 61 8 54,..BeachHaven.. 7 67 11 06 3 58
7 03 10 47 6 4TI Berwick.... 8 01 11 184 05
8 68 10 41 6 41 .Briar Creek.. 8 10 11 204 12
t 54 10 88 6 8S.,'1U0W Grove.. 8 14 11 23 4 16
6 50 10 34 6 34 ...Llmeltldge... 8 18 11 294 20
6 42 10 27 6 27 Espy 8 25 11 39 4 27
6 36 10 21 6 81 ...Bloomsburg...! 8 30 11 44 4 34
30 10 16 6 16 .... Rupert 8 So 11 50 4 40
6 23 10 11 6 11 Catawl'a Bridge 8 41 11 65 448
6 08 9 66 6 Mi. .Danville 8 5812136m
00 9 49 5 49'.,.CnUlasky. ..I 9 05 12 20512
5 63 9 43 5 45i.... Cameron.... 9 08 12 23 5 17
s 40 9 32 8 S2Nortnumterland, 9 25 12 40 6 33
p.m. am. a.m. I (a.m. a.m. p. m
W. T. HAL8TBAD, Sopt,
Superintendent' omce. Bcranton. Feb.lst.182
Philadelphia & Erie R. R. Divis
ion, and Northern Central
In effect Jan. so! 1887. ?Jlfi leave sunbury.
9.40 a. m., Sea Hnore Express (dally except
Sunday), for narrlsburg and Intermediate stations,
arriving at Philadelphia 3.15 p. m.; New York,
6.20 p.m.; Baltimore, 3.10 p. m. i Washington,
6.60 p. m., connecting at Philadelphia tor all Sea
Shore points. Through passenger coach to
l.43p. ra, Day express
dally except Sunday),for narrlsburg and Interme
diate stations, arriving at Philadelphia
6.60 p. m. ; New York, 9.33 p. m. ; Baltimore
6.45 p. m. ; 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
for Uaniaburg and all Intermediate stations, arriv
ing at Philadelphia 4.23 a. m. j New York 7.10 a. a,
Baltimore, 4.55 v m. ; Washington 6.05 a. m. :
Sleeping car accommodations can be secured at
II arrlsburg for Phlladelptl a and New York. On Sun
days a through sleeping car will be run; on this
train from Wllllamsp't to Phlladelphla.l'hlladelphla
passengers can remain lnsleeper undisturbed untl
2.50 a. m. Erie Hall (dally except Monday,
to- Uarrlsburg and Intermediate stations,
ar'Tlng at Philadelphia 8.23 a. m. New York,
ll.v m. ; Baltimore 8.15 a. m. ; Washington, 9.80
o.m. Through Pullman sleeping cars are run on
this train to Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washing
ton, and through passenger coaches to Phlladol.
phla and Baltimore.
6.10 a.m. Erie Mall (dally except Sunday), to.
Erie ar Jail Intermediate stations and CanandaL
frua ard Intermediate stations, Rochester, Buffa
o and Niagara Falls, with through Pullman Pal
ace cars and passenger coaches to Erie and Roch
ester. 9.53 News Express (dally except Sunday) for
Lock Haven and Intermediate stations.
12.58 p. m. Niagara Express (dally except Sun.
i y) for Kane and Intermediate stations and Can.
a algua and principal intermediate stations.
It-Chester, Buffalo and Niagara Falls with
through passenger coaches to Kane and Rochester
and Parlor carlo WllilamsporU
6.80 p. m. Fast line (df ll.except Sundaylfor Re
novo and Intermediate stations, and Elmlra, Wat.
Una and Intermediate stations, with through pas
senger coaches to Renovo and Watklns.
9.20 a. m. Sunday mail tor Renovo and Interme
TUROUOU TRAINS FOR SDNBURY FROM THE
EAST AND SOUTH.
Sunday mall leaves Philadelphia 4.30 a. m
narrlsburg 7.40 arriving at sunbury 9.20 a. m. with
through Bleeping car from Philadelphia to Wil
News Express leaves Philadelphia 4.80 a.m.
narrlsburg, 8.10 a. m. dally except' Sunday
arriving at Sunbury 9.53. a. m.
, t. ... Niagara Express leaves
Phlladelohla.7.40a.m. BAitimorfl?-ton. m. Man
except Sunday arriving at Sunbury, 12.61 p. mT,
wuu luruuga rarior car from Philadelphia
and through passenger coaches from Philadel
phia and Baltimore.
Fast Line leaves New York 9.00 a. in. ; Phlladel
phla,u.50a. m. ; Washington, 9.50 a. m.: Balti
more. 10.45 a. m.. fdallv excnt Rllnilavt nrrfvlno- nt
sunbury, 6.30 p.m., with through passengei
coaches from Philadelphia and Baltimore.
r.:ia.-a an waves new vorkK.uup.rn.: Philadel
phia, 11.25 p. m. Washington, ib.00 p.-m.j Baltl
more, 11.21' p. m., (dally except Saturday) arriving
at Sunbury 6.10 a. m., with through Pullman
Sleeping cars from Philadelphia, Washington and
Baltimore and through passenger coaches from
M UN II I) it V, IIAZI.KTON 4! WII.KKHTJAKKR
IlAILllUAU AM) MIRTH AMI WEST
ItlraNlill lt I.IVAV.
t (Dally except tsnnuay.)
WlUcesbarre Wall leaves sunbury 0.5S a. m.
arriving at Bloom Ferry law a. m., WlUes-barra
Express East leaves Sunbury 8.33 n. m.. arrtvtng
at Bloom Ferry 6.26 p.m., Wllkes-barre 7.53 p. m
Sunbury Mall leaves Wllkesbarre 10.23 a. m. arrlv
lngat Bloom Ferry li.6t a. m.,Hunbury 12.43 p.m
Express West leaves Wllkes-barre2.50 p, m.. ar
riving at UoomgjJyjAyog-L- sunbury 6.iop.m
Sunday mall leaves Kunburv o.m a. m nrrivim.
at Bloom Kerry 10:16 a. m.. Wllkes-Barre 11:45 a.tn.
Sunday accommodation leaves Wllkes-Barre 6:10
p. m., arriving at Bloom Ferry, 6.39 p. m.. sunbury.
1:30 p. iq. "
CHAS. B. PDQH. J. R. WOOD,
OeaManager. Oon. Passenger Agent
can live at home, and make more money at
wSrK. ,0i "ft JUan "Whlng else In this
world. Capital not needed; you are started
uuMcjt nuatfru. Anyonecanao
r..i.0.f;,LarBi' ,earn'09 sure from first start.
coaw you nothing to send us your address and
nnd Out If TAIl n,ft WloM vrtl, u.411 Hn t.. I
, mm bciuui nee. jictier not neiar.
Hallktt Co., Portland, Maine. de.si-le-iy
n,5Vi'?.ueT..41"aha guaranteed to be chemlcaliv nnr
u mo liuw IIIIUIIUUSU IB BDQ
eaica ca, .be ei tire ly conquered
?rett I1 i;eln,P,S,.l0.rfrwn "QOI'lfe a stimulating UMcVCouurnplrtw
rvin.Sf liW'. !.ls uf- Mtwomn'MHim by lending phj slclans as a Wuretlc?
PURK ilATi?rKv fid.if,VJ5Vx??r -0hwPlles It I Invaluable. phuhnB
i.Tfi.5AHIriy ALT WHIhKEY Insures a return of vigor to the stomach i 5
appetite, a rich and abundant hioon ami inpre,.eri n.Vfi lis Vi..r:r.SS?' tt. Soa
SSntinn. ,u"""" . Li; ."L an.a ose dally ivorkcalla it
tboee who nursue iLelr bi wntlAM Tn m h nwn r P'?n
u Linii iiAiiLn 1 a 1 A 1.1
i?.tel'i,n?lgrol"' w eather H v. Ill di U 0 all malarl uVdliaMi from the iTm
Hard woikent or every ocatlon and ncrsnna i hnn, iwi.hi. i. J'Aitr.
Dyspepsia find In Perrlne Pure
Malt WhUkev a powerful Invlgorant
?d helptr to digestion. l'KltlliNK's
PUB BARLEY MALT WU1HKKV
rrltbout unduly stmulatlng the kid.
ny Increases their- rugging activity,
counteracts the t-flects of fatigue, has
tena convalescence and la a wholesome
and prompt diuretic Watch the label I
..one genuine unless bearing the slgua-
For sale try ail druggtsTa
the United Bute and
87 NORTH FRONT ST.-38 NORTH WATER ST., PHILA
F08 8AU BIDllUaoWTa and ait. r,Tuu ' A ..M1
An Knglluli Rardcncr ri(vtes trap
ping ants with bono upon which et mo
moat has been loft, nnd dipping occa
sionally in hot water. For "slugs nnd
wlno-wormB" ho uses pieces of potato
or carrot. ,
It is a mystery to many farmers how
crop grown 011 a still can linpait to it
moro than It takes from it. To under
stand this It is enough to s'ato that but
a small portion of tho olovor phut
comes from the soil.
It is folly to uso poor ninrra for
breeding purposes, mares that aic not
well devclopi-il or havo vicious tenden
cies, or aro lacking in common ecuse,
aft they, as well as their sires, have the
power of ttansniitting suoh qualities
to their offepring.
Parker Karlo thinks thero has ben I
yet no abeoluto overpiodtiotion of good
fruit, nut tho causo of low prices is
defective distribution. When fruit, by
cheap nnd rapid transportation, is
brought within tho reach df everybody,
thero will bti none too much.
All good breeders make it a point to
test the capacity of their cows, and do j
not depend uwm color marks or other '
outward Indication. If dairjm-n
would pursue tho same plan th.-v would
soon weed out all tho unprofitable
stock, nnd in a fow years thu wlitilo
herd would improve and the average
Ono of tho most satisfactory methods
of growing young vogetablen or
lower plants Is to plant ono seed in a
half oggr. shell or in a hallowed pieco
of turnip or beef filled with a Kttlo
earth. Tho plants can bo transplanted
by simply breaking the shell, or, if in
turnips, the recuptaolo will rot away,
supplying nutriment to tho plant.
This practico is followed to a consider
able extent among small gardeiiers.
Plants grown in thin manner aro sure
to live when transplanted.
If tho farmers of tho country who
own worthless dog? curs without
any breeding iould he induced to
destroy them, and substitute ono well
bred shepherd pup, uot moro. to each
farm, the wealth of Pvery farming
community would bo vnstly increased
in many ways. Fanners soon find the
colho saying them many a step. Easier
snd ansious to learn, the young doij
needs only a wise and patient restraint
arid intelligent direction to becotno tho
uicst uselul hand on the place.
A.corrcspondent gives the follow!" g
uuouv 1110 poaeu treo oorer. "Tlio
beautiful bltn rly, resemblincr a wnsn.
which lays its eggs juet at tho surfaco
ot me ground in the stem of tho tree,
may be seen occasionally at this timo
pursuing us auoieil task. The sim
plest remedy, or rather preventuro of
its attack, is a piece of stout wrapping
paper a loot wide wound arouud tlw
stem of tho tree Hist abovo tho nrotind
(A littlo dirt should be drawn around
the bottom of tho paper, while the top
tau ue iicu wnn a cauon string. '
"Abraham Johnsing" had possessed
cuuugu uinii, mat quality so seldom
Dresent in his racn. tn nnn-lmao 1 ,,nnii
. J 'H...UUUW 1. .1,11.11
grocery in a southern town and run it
uu ins own account.
Harrison Smiler hasn't, a very cood
reputation lor uayiug his bills. Tho
colored grocer is quite familiar with
his failings, to his hnrrnw
Harrison walked iuto tho store last
week and with a very courteous bow
iii j j . , .
- vjrooo oay misiati Johnsing.'
"Good day yer self."
"Got any rale nice bacon t"
"Reckon I hah.1'
"How muoh yo' cha'go fo' dat ba-
uuti 1 11 iiiiKiu -coin Diiyin' bacon to
"Baoou hab bin coin' up fur do las'
ten inenutcs, so tlat it's wuf eijjhty
cents a pound, s'curity required of
bought on credit."
Harrison was stacgered, but after
luiuiuug u minute inquired :
"Any discourt for cash t"
"How much !"'
"Bout 60 pussent."
"Ginirae half a noun' ainliorl tt0.
rison.as he scraped through his clothes
jur inj necessary iour cents.
Winter Exposure Causes Caughs,
SwTr,,. YX. i7kT "auuo ana oiner au-
5S5iSi2r. "A'SS lesson's Capclne Plasters are
tie oVwi ZT.Z. iZr. . T.. '. ""'"J: "ou. . 1 nor ro.
MtiSn ,ovl" '."i? "uu "2 nootnerappu.
trim uet. iiaorsea oy
vSSJSftS' idffi."".?.0. 5ft l Exlne care-
PHABURY jouRson, I ropHetois, New York,
RAUGH'S S25 PHOSPHATE
f RAUt WHnr An,mU Booec GIHUP,
W Tf HKklABLE. L.A8TIVO
War R1 l.v C. V I l-.
xnriBiisuro mi. OranBevllle. Pa.
O WITHIN a SHORTUDQE S ACADEMY,
VilT' VfinVn UDV avn ,,nva ........ .
U miles from Philadelphia. Fixed price covers
o incidental expenses. o examination for ad
mission. Twelve experienced teachers, all men.
and all graduates. Special opportunities forap
students to advance rapidly, b'peclal dri I for dull
lect any studies or 1 hooso the regular KnUsh, Sci
entific, Business, Classical or civil Enu-lneerlnir
course, students fitted at Media Academy are
now in Harvard, Yale. lTlnceion and tn other
colleges and l'oljtrchnlc schools. 10 studenu
Tit. . v tt to m ikh, 10 in iti-o, iu in
. A Fatu"tlnKcLUA every J ear In the com
mercial ctepartraent. a t'tyucal and Chemical
I Jl I (OT 11 1 nrv flPlnnachim nnA lill 0 ..
rtS,f.,,,a.rt'1.,L0.'lbKn;.lnJ1!a I1rlcal apparatus
ternperance charter which prohibits the sale of all
Intoxicating drinks. For new illustrated circular
Si 7 V nn'y0.0??1 aSa Proprietor. SW1TII1N c.
hliinU'LllJUK, A. M., (Harvard (iraduate.) Jledlaj
iriOSOIIt-n fHIilHtrel In a1.r.t.ll ' . . .
, Hispepsta, dlgF4tlon aid all vTasttair dlf
by the ute or 1 erilte'k 1 urn 11. n?r -ft vi P,?L-
to the entire system, pkh.
uii kKhi no a in oa ,-,1.1 1 . .
winnk-i v reViKJf Ar.u??i",'r JWM.1W or
11 ' 1 i-ronein
hi ;.7eX"r., ri i"
ThR unnl ala no If nnr.nn..,, . . .
Ulyzuj tlie Pr UiKWY Malt Vma-
IkY inkliH I.V U k. le..lnu .
it entirely free from fuwl oil,turfuroi
inftala and acids and U aUolutelj
Qenna mid We UbaOen
(THE NEW QUININE.)
AO BAD EFFECT.
No MQLG EARS
a pow mvm, tonio
that tbo most delleato stomach will bear.
A SPECIFIC FOR MALARIA,
FOR COLDS KA KINK HAS IIIIKN 1'OUNIl TO
BE Al.MOvr A SI'rt'lFIO superior to uulnlno.
was cured hy Kasltlno ot extreme mBlarlat pros
tration after seven years suffering, lie Imd run
down from Its pounds to 97, began on KaaKlnn in
June, wo, went to work In one month, regained
hi lull weight In six months, (ulntno did Mm
no ifo d whatever.
Mr. Clinrles axter, architect. 1M East H6tli St,
New York, was cured br Kssklne of dumb Aguo In
three months after quinine treatment tor ten
Mrs. J. Pawson, 141 Hergen street, llrooklvn.was
cured ot malaria and n- rom dyspepsia or many
years standlnj by Kasklne, tbo quinine treatment
hsvlny wholly failed.
Her. James I Hall, Chaplain Albany renlten
Mary, writes that Kasklne hascured I1I1 wire. af.
ter twenty j ears suffering from malaria nnd nery
ous drspepsia. Wrl.o him ror particulars.
Letters from the abovo Persons, giving lull de
tails, will be Rent on application.
Kasklne can be taken without any special med
ical advice. II 1 oner bottle
Sold by MOYKit u os., Uloomshurir, l'a., or sent
by mall on receipt of price.
TUB KASKINKCO., 64 warren St., New York
N-lor,-T- AMPLK THEATMENT Tf-roo
I 'd. Ld.lJ.il Wo mnllenouirh to eon. JlCC
ivlnce 11. S. I.aodkrbacu & Co., I"3 liroad
v- street, Newark, N.J. Marchidlt.
for Infants and Children. ,
"Cutorla Is so well adapted to ehlldnm that I Oaatorla cures OoUe, fjonstlpatlon,
I recommend It as superior to any proscription I Bout Stomach, Diarrhoea, EructaUon,
known to me." H. A. Ancnn, H.D., I Kuu Worms, elves sleep, and promotes dfc
111 Bo. Oxtord Bt, BrooUjm, N. T. WuSoultajurioua medication.
Tea Ckxiivh CouraxT, 183 Fulton Street, N. Y.
ETA HANDSOME WEDDINO, BIRTHDAY OR HOLIDAY PKESEST. -3S
1 mt WDNDFUiri 1 rn. rn ro ft ncm.
rue 1 mSiira . LI
THE LUBURC MANF'C CO..
ECONOMY THJE PRACTICAL
QUESTION OF THE HOUR.
EVERY THING THAT IS NEW AND
STYLISH FOE TIE SEASON
CAN BE BOUGHT
CMEAJPEE TMAN EVER.
A Large and
ALSO A JiAlidV. A STt CI?I urvri T IVTTJ Tl.
Call and be Convinced that you have the
mmi mmm m an
LATEST STYLE, BEST QUALITY,
AND AT -
The Lowest Possible Prices
AT T III ?
C JB. JBOBMIi
Fareigu auet BaxaesMo
WINES AND LIQUOR
AND JOBBER IN CIGARS.
Bitte lib end or
MERCHANT JR0N & STEEL.
SCR ANTON, PA.
BOM) UY MA, DittaOlaTS.
.''"M.?.,rL,?.Jc.'!nV,cn 'if m
ui-hiii wii" i"-ui"n iiiiiiirn,, ireniecl bv
eminent physicians, and receivlntr no benent t
wascompclled dutlnif tho lasts rears or my tn.
ncss to sit on my chair day and nljiia casnirii fnr
breath My sulTerlnirs were bnjond d.-wrlDrion.
In denpilr 1 expcilincntcU on myself by com
pounding roots nnd herbs and Inhnlinif the medi.
cine thui obtained. I fortunatnlv diseoiered thu
WONIIHlirUl. Ct'IlE FOH AM1IJH ANll IA.
TAUIIII, wnrrnnted to relieve the most stubborn
casnot ASTHMA IN FIVK SUM TKH, so IhntihS
pallcnl can lledowntorestaiidslcepcotnfortnbiv
l'leaie rend the following condenwd extracts from
unsolicited testimonials allot irocnt dale-
Oliver V, It. llolncs, San Jose Cat, writes- '!
rind the remedy nil and even moro than renre.
scnted. 1 receive Instantaneous teller, 1
K. M. Caton, A. it., Wnrren, Kanwa
writes: "Was trefltpd by eminent physicians ol
this cotittry and (lermanyj tric-ltho cllmato of
different states-nothing ntlorded rellet llko your
T. E. ostes, County Treasurer, Philadelphia
Miss., writes! "Have uml the itemedy. Would"
iiul 110 iiiiwm. in uiu who mm, it re
commends It." . , ,
L. 11. riielp. P. M.. tirlggs, onio, writes: "suf.
lered with aahtna 40 years. Your iiiedlclm- in 3
minutes does more formoilinn the most eminent
plnslclan did for mo In Ihreo years."
11. v. l'lumpton Jollet, III., writes: "send Ca.
tarrh Itemedy at once. Cannot get nlong without
It. I nnd It to be the most valuiblo medicine I
havo ever tried."
(iro. w lir df, Nelson Co., Ky., writes: 'lam
ulngtho remedy, (lalncds pounds In 3 weeks
would not be without IU"
Martin Pox, Little Kalis, N. Y. writes: "Finri
Ilemedy excellent. Could not llvo without It."
We havo many othi-hearty testimonials or cure
or relief, and InnrderthatnllBurfcrrrsfrom Asth
ma, t atarrh Hay Fever, and kindred diseases may
have an opportunity of tcstltiK tho value ot tlm
Itemedy c will send to any address TUIALPACK
AQEFItEEOK C HAl.dK. Address.
J. Z1M.M HUMAN Co., Proprietoi-a.
Wholesale Druggists, Wooster, N uyun Co., o.
Full slzebox by mall tl. lmaT?-ly.
on James nivcr, Va., In Claremont
colony. Illustrated circular ftee. j.
F. MANCI1A, Claremont, Virginia.
inlng or .vull,l
JPrice $7.00 "eiHP- ,f;',na'e,ami' aliippb to u
k ' . . . . ' ' ' tor Catalogue. parts nf the -i orlil.
raef and Ilct.llrd
"-"uuii 'lori-aiaiogue anumenuon carriages.
145 N. 8th St.. Phllada.. Pa.
Varied Stock of
uiiiji-.vi ijl 11. ur