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FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1887.
CURE1CT B11LR01D Tt( Tim.
Trains on tho I'blladolphla < 11. lcavoltupcrt
Ml a. m. 11:S7 a. m.
3:10 p. m. 6:30 p. in.
Tr.itnson tho U. U ft W. H. It. toavo llioomsburg
Till a. m. 8.33 a. in.
11:01 a. m. 13:0.; a. in.
4.84 p. m. 4:18 p. m.
(t:'!0 p. m. 8:47 p. rn.
Trains on tb N. ft W. 1). Hallway pass Bloom
crry as follows
10:49 a. in. 11:M a. m.
3:4a p. m, 4 ig p. in.
t.so p. a. e:30 p. in.
10:18 am t:Ml)M
llliioiHHtiiirR & Siiltlviiti ICnltoail,
Excursion trains will bo run ou July .1,
1887, to afford llioao wishing to attend the
celebration nt Ornngcvllle, an opportunity
to do so.
TIMRTAIU.K FOII JULY 4, 1887.
NOHTlIWAliD. STATIONS. SOCTI1WAIII).
P.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
4.00 9.30 7.80 D.L.&W Dep 0.10 2.40 5.40
4 01 0.114 7.U4 Mam StCros'g 9.00 U.HO ft 30
4.S3 0.63 7 53 Llghtstrcct. 8.47 2,17 5 17
4.40 10.10 8.10 Ornugeville. 8.30 2 00 5.00
Hound trip tickets, from Bloomsburp, 05
cents; from Llghtstrcct, 20 rents.
Tickets on sale nt D. L. Si W. It. H. de
pot nnd tho Western Union Telegraph
iillloe, llioomsburg, und nt White's store,
Passengers nro required to purchase
tickets before cntcrlne the cars.
John Jameson, Gcn'l Manager.
Jci.Y 9. Samuel Smllh, trustee, will sell
real estate in Greenwood township nt 3 p.
in. See advertisement.
July 15. Thos. J. Ilollman, admlnlstrn.
tor of Henry Hoffman, deceased, will sell
real cstato on Filth street, llioomsburg, be
ins o lot of 60 feet front, with two story
brick dwelling, and outbuildings, nt 2
o'clock p. in. Sco advertisement.
A l'liic Residence For Hale.
Tho executors of Mary N. Hnrman, de
ceased, offer nt privalo sale a handsome
residence on Market street above Main,
llioomsburg. 'l lie nouso is oi brick, large
pleasant rooms, steam heat, gas, water,
sewcracc, and all modern Improvements.
There is a largo framo barn, ice house and
outbuildings. One of tbe most dcsirabl
locations in the town, 't erms eaBV.
They also offer for sale thirty-seven ncrcs
oi land on .normal urn, auioining l". dii
Ion's and tho Hoyt estate. Cm be
divided Into dcsirnblo building lots. For
terms nnd particulars apply to I. V. Mo
Kclvy, ono of tho executors, or Geo. E.
lilwell, nttorncy, llioomsburg, Pa. tf
Two rooms on second lloor of the Co-
i.ouiiian building, together or separately.
sieam neat, ens. water on same lloor,
Kent low. Inquire of Geo. E. Elwell. 3t
Foi: Sale oit Kent. Tho Music Hall,
formerly Eureka ltink, Is offered for sale
or rent on reasonable terms by the new
manager. Parties wishing to hold festl
vals will do well to see the manager.
J. D. Shaffer Manager.
Lost. A child's breast-pin on Main or
f.ast street. The Under will please return
to this olllce.
Shipping tags, with or without strings
at the Columman olllce. If.
Ilciiiocratlc County Con volition.
Tbe Democratic voters of the several dis
tricts of Columbia county will meet nt the
usual, places of holding elections, on Satur
day July 23, between tho hours of 3 and 7
o'clocK p. m , and elect delegates by ballot
to represent tho districts iu the County
Convention, to be held In the Opera House,
llioomsburg, on Tuesday, July 20, at 11
o'clock a. m., to place iu uomiuntiou one
person for Associate Judge, ono person for
I'rothonotary, &c, ono person for Hegister
and Recorder, one person for County
Treasurer, two persons for County Com
mlssloncrs, and two persons for County
Auditors, nnd totiansnct such other bust
ncss as tho Interests of the Democratic
party may require. Also nt the same time
and places, and in tho same manner, tho
Democratic electors In each district will
elect ono person to 9ervc as a member o
tho Standing Committee, which will meet
immediately nftcr the adjournment of the
By order of Standing Committee,
It It. LITTLE,
Apportionment or IlelCKiiteH
Tho following apportionment of Dels
gates has been made by the Standing Com
mittce, In accordance with tho Revised
Hules, viz. Rule 2nd. The representation
of Districts In County Convention elmll bo
In proportion to tho Democratic vote of
each, as cp.st at the most recent clicilou fo
Governor, but tho wholo number of dele
gates shall not exceed eighty-live, and no
district shall bo allowed less than two, nor
nioro than four delegates.
ltulo 3rd. Delegates shull be allowed to
districts upon a rolls of sixty votes for
delegate, allowauco being mado for tho
largest fraction of a votci
Districts. Voto for Oov'r.
Hloom, E ,
Collictors' receipt looks and notices lor
sMo at this olllce. tf.
Mrs. F. P, Billraeyer is visiting In Mary,
Mr. O, O, Marr has been cjulto sick this
Iilchard Drinker returned from Flotld
Mr. Will McDowell, of Now York, was
In town on Tuesday.
Miss Ingham, of Cfciiton, Pu., Is the guest
of Miss Ella McKtnnoy.
Mrs. Philip V. Weaver of Hasletou Is vis
iting friends In HiIb place
Mrs. Ilurrio Purecll is at Laurel Hun, vis
illug her hubbauu's parents.
Mr, I. B. Euhn returned Tuesday from
Buffalo with ft car load of cattle.
THE COLUMBIAN AND
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iunKu v,uy irsi
" 1 w'" "I'""! tho summer with
tliclr relatives hero.
Raspberries aro ripening.
This week Is commencement week at
F. C. Eycr Is tiulttnif fllonm In 1.1,. ...I
denco on Market street.
jnmes u. sterner and Mrs. II.
were married on Tuesday.
Don't forget to take In the excursion i
Ornngovlllo over the 11. & 8. on tho Fourth.
Tho huckleberry crop this vear will win,-
oui uouui lie tlio largest for several sea
sons. Bleeping cars nro now In mnnn tlinl!,i.
lug road between I'hlladelnhla nml
Anew patent hlnito and roller uato lms Inn
uii I'xuiuiuun in irnni ni tiin f Tf.nirni
Hotel this week.
An act forbidding the sale of tobacco to
minors under tho ngoof sixteen has passed
uic Illinois legislature.
mere will ho a children's service In tho
Lplscopal church next Sunday cvenlne In.
swnu oi tue usual evening service.
the Bunbury Daily says there Is no truth
In the statement that freight trains arc to
bo returned to the Catawissa road.
Btcam radiators have been placed In tho
hpiscopal church, nnd connected with tho
mains of the Steam Heating Company.
There will bo a festival at the Asbury M.
Jii church In the afternoon nnd evening,
July 23d. All are cordially Invited to at-
There will bo a festival held In the grove
nt SI. James church, Fishingcrcek town-
ship, on Saturday afternoon and evening,
Must of the young folks of town, who
have been mvay nt school the past year,
have returned home to spend their summer
Hot red.pcppcr is tho newest thing for
cabbage worm. It Is sprinkled over tho
cabbage while the ten is in nearly boiling
ill's Grace Neal is the owner of a hand-
somo pony nnd phaeton, n cift from her
grandfather. The phaeton was made by
M. C. Sloan & Bro.
There Is n vacancy at West Point to bo
tilled trom this district. Tho appointment
will he made by Hon. C. It. Bucknlew.
member of Congress
Locomotive engineers and firemen run.
nlng on the P. & H. road are being examin
ed In regards to reading train orders, and
also for color blindness.
An appeal will be held by the town coun-
ell sitting ns a board of revision of taxes, at
tho council room on Saturday July 23, at
two o'clock iu the afternoon.
Hiepnrty which went up the creek to
Cole's week before last on a fronting expc-
dition, returned last Tuesday evening.
They report a good time.
S. W. Caldwell, brother of our towns.
man.J. F. Cnldwell.has been nominated for
treasurer of Clinton county by the Demo.
cratlc convention, by acclamatiou.
The summer resorts nro opening. Tho
hotels nt Englesmcrc are already receiving
gnosis irom an parts of the state, and a
boom Is predicted there this summer.
The festival and dance, given at Oak
Grove last Saturday night, by the Hescuo
Hoie and Ladder Co., was well attended,
and n nice sum of money was realized.
Everybody should bo careful to direct
letters fully and distinctly. Thousands of
letters lire sent to the dead letter office at
Washington every day, because people aro
so careleso in directing them.
John Wanlch, formerly of this place, is
now employed as night clerk at the Ex.
change Hotel, Wilkesbarre. Ho Is nn ex.
ccllcnt young man, nnd is very popular
among the guests of the house.
1 he council oi the Lutheran Church on
Tuesday eveulug voted the contrnct for the
heating of the Church by steam to tho
llioomsburg Slenm Co. Work will be
commenced Monday of next week.
Tho Espy boat yards are overcrowded
with work. All the available men aro at
work und earning good waces. The canal
is tilled with bonis on all the sides of the
yard walling their turn to bo repaired.
The Mountain Grove camp meeting will
bo held from Wednesday, August 3rd, to
Thursday, August 11th. Thoso wanting
tents should apply to Z, T. Fowler, presl.
dent, Willow Springs, Columbia Co., Pa,
"Culturo lu pond lilies," says tho Boston
Journal "produces lilies varying from pure
white to deepest red. White and yellow
nro native: tho purples, blues and reds
come from Africa and India nnd South
Samuel Ncyhaid has gone to tho North
Mountain, where he will bo engaged two
or three months in surveying timber lands.
Any one wishing to communicate with him
should nddress a letter to llioomsburg and
It will bo forwarded.
a fellow who can't enjoy a good joke bo.
cause he happens to bo tho victim, ought
not to laugh when other people nro caught.
And yet, somehow pr other, it always is u
great deal funnier wheu the joke Is on tho
other fellow. Have you ever noticed this?
Tho organ grlndeis aro beglnn'ng toput
in their nppcarancc. Last Monday tho air
was filled with the sweet strains of "Homo
sweet home, "Hold tho fort," Climbing up
the golden stairs," and many other famil
iar tunes, emitted from tho tuneful hand.
Tho Bcllcfonlo ItVicAman denies tho
statement that tho snnils hnvo made such
depredations upon vegetation In Ccn,lre
county. It says there aro somo snails In
tho lower nart of tho county which aro
nnd from this has risen tho
exaggerated newspaper reports.
Tho Phelps system of telegraphing from
moving trains is now In use on beluga v ai.
ley passenger train No. 0 between Easton
nnd New York. Dispatches can bo sent to
il received from all parts of the United
States nnd Canada while the train Is lu mo.
tlon, with tho samo facility and cortalnty
as from any regular otllce.
List of letters remaining In the Post Of
fice nt llioomsburg for week ending June
Mr. G. A. Bfctzer, Edward Frcymlcr.Mlsa
A.i iinviMun. Mr. John KcnlnV. John
u'ln.iiv Sir. Harrv Miller. Sliamburgcr &
nrrU. Mm. Anna il. Smllh. Mrs. Eliza A.
11. W. Kiusloiv.
Knr.nns mlllnc for thcso letters will
nlnnso sav "advertised."
UgOBQB A. Cl-IIK, P. M.
mi. 11--. - .. .
u jianon uouring mill unuor mo man-
figment of f. l. vi. i... inr.,i t,i
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.nofc ttCUtl BUIUU UXIL'UBIVB
tnh.mtM.Hi. . i . .
"i""imn;iii!i ni:ru mane anil new mBcnin.
tiy niiuni 10 accomodate tho increasing
"ado. Mr. Faust has proven himself to bo
an excellent miller, us will bo attosUd to by
mo numcious families using his flour.
Parties for gathering pond lilies aro now
of frequent occurrence. Pond Hill ti the
nenrest point where they can bo obtained.
It Is reached by taking an up train on tho
N. & W. B. railroad, and getting off at
Pond Hill station. There Is then a walk of
about two miles to tho pond, tho cdecs of
which aro completely covered with water
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Tho new ono cent postngo stamp consists
of a profllo bust of Benjamin Frnnklin in an
oval disk, tho lower portion bordered with
pearls, and tho upper with a curved panel
containing In small whlto letters tho
words, "United StateB Postage." Tho
whole Is engraved upon a shield-shaped
tablet, with a truncated pyramidal baso.
bearing on it tho words "one" nnd "conf
rlthrr o!h, r,f n,n n.,rn 1
A. summer resort Is to bo started near
Laporte, a syudlcate having purchased 500
acres of land, including tho swamp, three.
fourths of n mile from tho Court House. A
stone dnm will bo built which will turn tho
swamp Into an artlflcal lake about one and
a half miles long, which will bo stocked
with fish. Tho purchase agreement re
quires tho owners to begin operations with.
in ten months. IWiore Gatetle.
Frank Patterson, tho blind pauper, of
Elmira, who lately received 1113,322 back
pension money from tho government, was
used as a tool by Dr. Mills.of Elmira, to do-
fraud the government out of the money.
Patterson, his wife and daughter all left
hlinira. They wont to Williams.
port and were afterward found In Hcnovo,
but Dr. Mills had Hed with tho money.
When it became known that they had fled
Wilkes Miller, a citizen of Elmira, went be
fore a justico and swore that ho had been
Induced by Dr. N. Mills and John Mills
to mado an affidavit that Patterson had
sore eyes in the army, and that the afllda.
vlt was falso in every particular. The
doctor has been arrested and will bo
The marriage of Mr. Goo. P. Hingler and
Miss Ida V. Habb, daughter of Wm. Habb,
all of this place, which took placo In the
Lutheran church Thursday of last week,
Juno 23, was quite a brilliant affair. The
large audience room of tho church was
nearly filled with Invited gnests. The ush-
ers for the occasion were Messrs Wm. Cum
mings, George Vcrdy, Charles Jones and
George Hunt, who very graco fully attended
to tho sealing of the guests. At promptly
9:30 the bridal party arrived and wended
their way to tho altar to the strains of the
beautiful wedding march rendered by Prof.
I. W. Nllcs. The ushers led up the side
aisles, while tho briual party tooK the
centre aisle, headed by the groomsmen
Mr. Ed. Buck, of Wllllamsport, and Mr,
Geo. Hughes, of Shamoktn, and brlies-
mulds, Miss Annie Brobst and Miss Dora
Hingler. The bride, dressed in rich laven
der silk nnd profusely decorated with flow
ers, looked handsome. The ceremony was
performed by Hev. F. P. Manhnrt. pastor
of the church. After tho two were pro
nounced man and wife, the bridal party,
together with the near relatives and friends,
repaired to the homo of the bride's father,
Mr. Wm. Habb, where a bounteous repast
was served. Nothing lacked in this respect,
All the delicacies of tho season were pre
pared and greatly enjoyed by all present,
At 11:45 the happy couple left for Philadcl
phla and other cities. We tender our con
gratulations with the wish for long life and
An Old ncHlclcnt Gone.
Frederick Derr of Madison township died
nt his homo on Thursday, June 23. The
funeral took placo on Sunday nt Derry
meeting house, and was very largely at
Mr. Derr was a good neighbor and an ex
ccllcnt citizen. He was born October 12,
180-1 on tho farm where ho died. The
farm was bought by his father, Gcorgo
Derr, of the first occupants, tho Sutlln
brothers, tho deed being executed In 1817.
George Derr was born in 1777, and had
three children, Frederick, Margaret and
Jane. He spent his life ou this farm ind
died at the age of 81 years. After his
father's death. Frederick remained on tho
farm until ho was twenty-eight years old,
and then ho removed to Bay county,
Michigan, and worked nt tho carpenter's
trade for twenty-live years. While there
ho married Elizabeth M. Clarke, a native of
New Hampshire, who died in 1843 leaving
no children. Mr. Derr returned to this
couuty in 1858, at tho time of his father's
death, located on tho old homestead nnd
resided there to the time of his death. Ho
married the second time to Ellen, daughter
of Jacob and Mary Welllver. His widow
In politics Mr. Derr was a ptaunch do.
mocrat, and a subscriber to tho uolumiiian
for many years.
Queer l.lulitiiluit l'realc.
During tho severe thunderstorm on bun.
day evening quite a rare and startling loci
dent occurred at Henry C. Tuck & Co.'g
drug store, on South Main street, this cily,
Pharmacist Tuck and his assistant, t'uar-
maclst Moyer, of llioomsburg, together
with Book-keeper Lutz, of Jonas Long 's
stores, wero seated In tho drug storo en
gaged in conversation. There was a sud.
den and unusually brilliant flash of light
ning. The end of tho flash socmed to
touch tho pavement and a moment later a
large ball of Are was rolling about under
tho feet of the talkers. I here was con
sternation and fright depicted on every
pnnntnnanco and each thought that the
other bad been struck by tho electric fluid
Pharmacist Tuck camo near falling to the
lloor in a swoon and it was fully a minute
beforo nuyof them could muster up enough
courage to speak. The ball of Hro quickly
disappeared and then tho largo electric
light In tho store was extinguished by tho
currpnt. The tr o consider tueir cscapo a
narrow one. WUKes-liarro ctwi.jjuwr.
Tho persons referred to above aro (ihas,
B. Lutz, formerly of this place, and Elmer
Moyer, of town.
lfourin of July i;-curmonn over
Ilie lenuHlviinlu ltaliroiia.
In order to enablo every ono to tako a
trip for pleasure or recreation during the
Fourth of July holidays, the Pennsylvania
Hallrond Company will sell excursion tick.
ets on July 2d, Cd, and 4th, good to return
until nnd including tho 0th, between an
stotlons on tho muln lino nnd brnuches, at
onus viotouia's cnown,
Tho ciowu of Queen Victoria consists of
diamonds, pearls, rubles, sapphire, and
emeralds, set In silver and gold. Its gross
weight is 39 oz. 5 dwt. troy. Tho numbei
n .llnmnmla aro 3.352: pearls. 273:
rubles, Oj sapphires, 17i emeralds, 11. It
is an old saylug Uneasy lies tho head that
It Is oettcr to wear the
rrown of ocrfect health and peace of
r.4 vCMT ' Whisk y. For
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,ln bv O. B. Bobbins, Bloomsburg.Pa.
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
(Foil Tni CoU'itnUN.)
BT JOHN BUTTON,
flow nrecloua aro tho djlnir words.
Hist fall from thoso, to us bo dear,
A consolation It affords,
When wo thoso drwg wordi can hear,
It may be but a brief (rood br,
A blessing, or the brletoat prarer,
A solomn cuargo to meet them there
Sometimes tho j speak In accenta low,
In faintest whisper" of the breath,
TbUr meaning, then, we seek to know,
Iieforo the Hps aro Rmilod In Heath,
or If the Joys of hope exprCBBCd,
inwuruui do uuceruiiuvjr,
lieforo the body sinks to rest,
wo near me suoui oi Ticiory.
Or. It the life has been mlspcnt,
0' how we wish a slnirlo word.
To tell us that they did repent.
Ana louna too mercy oi mo loru.
Or, It between ui there was hate,
Tnat should be Bcttlod while wo ltvo,
now eood to know It's not too late.
To bo forgiven, or fonjlvo.
Death comes, sometimes, so unannouncod,
As quickly as tho llgntnlnKS play,
w ithout a tJnirlo word nronounced.
Our dearest friends aro called away.
Conceal tho sorrow as we may,
A bitter irricr. uio tnouiiit anoras.
That w hen our loved ones pass away,
They leave for us no dying words.
Juno S7, 1887.
School inrcctorH ' Mccllnif.
Tho Board of Directors for Bloom dis
trict met ou Friday evening all being
present. Bills ns follows were presented:
Elwell & Blttcnbcnder, publishing state
mcnt and notlco to teachers, $21.00: J. C.
Brown, 21,00 for same object: district
auditors, $3.00, auditing accounts, which
wero approved and ordered paid. On mo
tlon it was unanimously ordered that tho
tax lovy for the ensuing year bo four and
a half 'mills, ono being for building and
thrco and one-half for school purposes. It
wa unanimously ordered that tho school
term be fixed at eight months, to begin tho
first Monday of September. The salaries
of all tho teachers, exclusive of the prlncl
pal, was unanimously ag'ccd upon at tho
samo rato as last year, viz: Assistant, in
High School, $40.00; Principal of Primary
Schools, $40.00; Assistant, $32 50; Prlncl.
pal of Grammar School, $45.00, amr As.
slstant, $30.00; Principals of Intermediate
and Becoudary, $35.00; Assistants. 30.00.
An effort was then mado to fix the salary
of Principal. A motion was mado and
seconded that It be $1000.00. payable
monthly. An amendment was offered that
he be paid at tho rato of $1000.00 per
month for eight months. This was also
amended to read that ho bo employed by
the year at tho rate of $800 00, to bo paid
monthly. Upon a call of the roll, tho
amendment to tho amendment was de
clared carried, as to tho matter of employ
ment by tho year. Tho amendment was
then voted upon and lost upon a tie vote
The original mitlon fulled likewise It
was then agreed to proceed with the se
lection of the other teachers, which re
sulted as follows: Nora M. Finney, Asst.,
High School; Hannah Brcecc, Grammar
School, Hattlo Sloan, Assistant; Gcorgie
Pursell, Intermediate, 3d St., Ella Sterner,
Assistant; Florence Wirt, Intermediate, 5th
St., Cora Uagcnbuch, Assistant: Sadie
Vannatta, Secondary, 3d St., Anna Fox,
Assistant; Mary Ui.angst, Secondary, 5th
St., Alice Brockway, Assistant; Annlo
Presslcr, Primary, 3d St., Edith Ent, As
sistant; Lou Robbins, Primary, 6th St.,
Ella Allen, Assistant.
All of the above wero employed during
tho past year, with the exception of Alice
Brockway, for which vacancy thero were
twenty-oue applicants. On motion tho sal
aries of Janitors were continued as last
year, at $25.00 per month, and E. O. Jones
and A. W. Fry were ro-electcd. Tho Cora.
mittce on Buildings, Grounds, Sec, was in
structed to receive proposals for laying
Btoue pavements, rebuilding fenoc, &c,
nnd the Board adjourned to meet on Salur.
day evening, July 2, 1887.
A large number of invited guests asscm
bled at the residence of John Ashlcman
last Thursday evening, the 23d Inst., to
witness tho marriage of Miss Busio Ashle-
man to Nathan J. Kccfcr. Hev. T. U
Tubbs, of Llghtstrcct, officiated. Hev. 8.
Boone and family wero also present. Not
being ordalucd ho is not legally qualified
to officiate In nuptials. Many valuable
presents, consisting of sliver, class nnd
stone ware, counterpanes and other things
delighted the gladdened bride. After a
bountiful repast of choicest dainties the
company dispersed In the late hours of
night, wishing the now made happy pair
n lone nnd prosperous life. Tho oid-umo
serenading band of "tin horns, tin buckets,
horse fiddles and cow bells" and hideous
yells of boys has not yet been consigned to
the darkness of the past, but on this oc
casion it was not a success, beating a
rather reluctant retreat, securing neither
nine nor wedding cake.
Somo ungrateful wretch stole pants and
vest from Wells Laubach, near Benton, a
few weeks ago.
A gang of horso jockles accommodated
tho people with trading stock at Hegister
last Saturday afternoon.
Harvest is approachlug very rapidly,
Tho corn prospect Is vety encouraging,
Henry Everett's horses took fright from
a sharp clap of thunder and came near
running away In tho corn Meld not long
The IMHli Case.
A habeas corpus hearing was held by
Associate Judges Murphy and Mclleury on
Saturday last in tho case of D. M. Kinler
Nearly a year ago Mr. Kinter was arrested
on a warrant issued by O. W. Hirleman
Esq of Benton, charging him with catch
ing trout out of season. When taken be,
foro the Justice there was no hearing, but
tho Justice's docket shows that he allowed
the defendant to go witii tho understanding
that ho would appear when wanttd. Kin
tcr was next day brought before tho justice
on the same warrant, and claimed that his
arrest was Illegal as tho warrant had been
returned and was therefore dead, Tho
justico had a hearing aud under tho testi
mony of witnesses found tho dtfendant
guilty of having twenty trout In his pos
session on July 10, 1880 and fined him $200
under the act of 1878. As this lino was
not paid, after waiting several months tho
justice Issued a mittimus committing the
defendant to jail, and thou a writ of habeas
corpus was taken out. r.. 11. & K. H
Little represented the defendant, and Dis
trict Attorney Billmeyer and Ikeler & Her
ring were for the commonwealth. After
argument the court continued the caso un
til September court, Mr. Kiuter onterlng
Into a recognizance iu tho sum of $500 for
his appearance nt that time.
'Tbo sun doth nourish ague," therefore
in the summer months it is only a measure
of common prudence to guard against
malarious diseases, intermittent fevers.
agues and bilious attacks.
"Many cases of fever and ague, dumb
actio and congestive chills wero promptly
arrested and entirely banished by the use ot
Simmons Liver Hegulalor. You don't say
half enough in regard to tho cQlcacy of that
valuable medlcc. Believe mo when 1 say 1
was a sufferer for years and only found ro.
Ilef by Its use." Hobert J. Weeks, Uatuvla,
Kane Co., til,
To close out certain liucs of wedding In
vitations a number of bargains are offered
at this office. Those wanting sma.l lots,
'ro- " , vo money by ordering
at tho Columbiah office.
Every wedding, says tho proverb, makes
another soon or late. Two more of our
young people mado happy by Iho sacred
rllu of inntrlmony. On Juno 21st, Mr.
Benjamin llrubst and Miss Elizabeth Pur
sol joined wedlock at the homo of tho
brldo's paronts In tho presence of n number
of guests. Wo wish them much happiness
In their new field of life.
Saturday, June 25, the remains of An
thony Bchwuttz, were takon to Archibald,
Lackawanna Co., for interment. About
two months ago Mr. Schwartz nnd family
moved to this township from Nantlcokc,
having purchased the P. Foulk farm in tho
hopo that country life would Improve his
health. Ho was 68 years old.
The samo day tho remains of Peter Andes
of Nantlcoko wero brought from thnt place
to New Columbia for burial. Mr. Andes
wus well known In this section and had
many warm friends, llo was n member of
Hemlock grange, this place.
Hay-making Is in progress nnd hnrvest
is closo ou tho way.
H, H. Ikclcr lost a valuable horse Satur
day afternoun of last week.
Mrs. Ella Furscl adorned her parlor with
a new suit.
Mr. Winner, tho new horso doctor,
had several calls from this section.
Oscar Ent of Llghtstrcct has charge of
C. M. Terwllllger's storo this week. Charllo
is on the sick list.
Last report had 11. Hodge nn tho im
prove. Hope wc shall soon see him nbout
Au Ico cream supper will bo glyen in tho
yard of tho M. E. church this Saturday
evening. Proceeds for tho bcucflt of tho
Parties owing tho Brlarctcek Insurance
Company a tax should sco that It Is paid
before July 2nd.
Normal boys of this placo will spend, the
next few weeks in the harvest field.
Mr. Samuel Appleinan of Bentou paid N.
1 . Moore's a visit this week.
Our collector has his notices up. All
taxes paid before Aug. 22nd, will rcceivo
reduction of 5 per cent.
candidates aro making daily visits to our
citizens. Not much nolso yet on tho part
of voters. Sonic sly talk is afloat
The women of this place aro doing somo
sly talking, too, but not politics, however,
Blessed is the woman who can slander her
neighbor without hor neighbor finding
out. But more blessed is the woman who
has no neighbor to slander.
Special ItatC'H to GcttyHburK
On the twenty .fourth anniversary of tho
battle of Gettysburg many veterans will as
scmblo on the historic field, to renew the
memories of the great battle. A most in
tcrcstlng reunion will tako place this year,
Tho Philadelphia Brigade, which held tho
centre ot the Union lino and received tho
famous onslaught of Pickett's Division
will entertain representatives of tho survlv,
ors of that celebrated division on the scclc
of the struggle. This Is tho most conspl
clous event In the history of tho field sinco the
battle was fought, and the ceremonies be
tween hosts und guests will be of the most
interesting character. To tbe veteran It
will be a most memorable occasion, while
tho general visitor will find it tho best op
portunity ever offered of seeing tho battle
field. 1 lie field Is one of the most interest
ing battle grounds in tho world, and there
Is none other containing as many monu.
incuts. One hundred and ono monuments
and tablets mark tbe spots where the most
Important events of the fight occurred.
For the accomodation of the public, the
Pennsylvania Hailroad Company will sell
excursion tickets from all stations on its
lines, on July 2d, 3d, and 4th, 1887, good
to return until and including the 5th, nt
one faro for the round trip.
IJxcurHloll to Maucli CliuliU IoHt-
The Y. M. C. A. of Berwick, who had
advertised a grand Fourth of July exenr.
slon to Mauch Chunk nnd pointSi of Inter-
est around there, hnvo been compelled to
give up tho project ou account of the re-
fusal of tho Pennsylvania Hailroad Com
pany to draw over tho road on that day,
according to agreement. Nearly 250 tick
ets had been sold nt Berwick, and many
people from our town iuteuded to join the
excursion; there wero probably many at
points below us, who also Intended going.
Thero are muny people disappointed by tho
breaking up of the excursion. Tho Y. M.
C. A. assures tho public that the failure of
the excursion wns wholly uuo 10 mu ran
road company bicuklng their written en
gagemeut witu luem.
Xlie NVlHe Youiik Mc8Hcller Hoy
The district messenger boys of New
York are daily becoming sharper and more
untrustworthy. .Every precaution lias to
be taken in dealing with them. They con
sider tho persous who employ them s their
peculiar prey. A lady hud tho bad luck to
step on her diamond bar pin and urcaK me
fastening. She rang for a messenger, and
sat dowu to wiltc a noto that the boy could
mail on his way to the jeweller. As sue
was directing tho cnvelopu the boy entered
'Take that," sue said, extending the pin
and never looking up, as sho finished tho
superscription, intending to add, "to tho
leweller's at the corner and wait for it."
lint mo smau lougu, not iiiucii iiigucr
thun the table, broke In before she could
finish her sentence, with: "How much do
vou want lo get ou It ?"
Tho nstonlshed lady iookcu at the utile
ruffian In amazement, "How much do I
want to get ou it ?" sho repented.
Yes; you wants me to pound , uoni
"Pound It ? Mercy no. I just stepped
on It and have broken tho pin."
'That don't spile the sparkles l guess ycr
kin git twenty cases on it."
" Wliy. uoy.wuai are you talking auouir
"Oil, comu off I der yer want me to hock
it, or don't yer ? What's yer racket ?"
Tho ladv culled for help. She hud heard
thnt thclusanc possessed unnatural strength
and though this cub did not weigh ninety.
she couldn't tell what ho might do if ho
was as crazy as ho talked. It was not until
tho servant acted as interpreter mat tuo
hoodlum was mado to understand tho
brooch was to go to a jeweller to be repaired
instead of n pawnbroker's shop: but tho
boy explained that 'most all the ladies who
sent sucn tilings uy mm "was spouiers unci
was raisin' tho wind ou their supers- and
sparkles." I'itUbury Dispatch.
Iu general debility, emaciation, consumr
tlon and wasting in children. Scott's Emul
slon Is u most valunblo food and medicine,
It creates an appetite, strengthens tho nerv
oils system nnd builds up the body, "Havo
been highly pleased with It in consumption
scroiuiu, unit wusiing diseases, uronciiius
and turoat troubles." A. jonbs, il. u.
For n time my life was despaired of,
trouble was with tho kidneys, liver
bladder also constipation, b inally I used
Dr. Kcnncdv's Favorite llcmedy. and iu
my opinion It saved my lifo. I mako this
statement to save thoso who suffer as 1 did.
A. J. Gilford, Lowell, Mass. Druggists.
1. Send 2-ccnt stamp to Dr. David Ken
nedy, Hondout, N. V,, for his book on
Kidney, Liver and Blood disorders. Men
tlon this paper, JunelOdlt
BHOBST PUHSELl.At tho bride's par,
cnts, In Hemlock, on the 21st, by Hev,
Spuar, .Mr. 1), I, Hrobbt to Miss Mary
Pursell, both of Hemlock.
KEEFEIV- A.BHLEM AN.-At tho brldo's
home, by Hev. T. II. Tubbs, Thursday,
Juno 23, 1687, Mr. Nathan J, Kccfcr to Miss
Huslo A. Aebleinan, both of Benton, Pa.
Tho cxciclscs of Commencement week
nt tho Normal School began on Sunday
evening with the llaccnlnnrcnlo sermon nt
the Lulhernn church. Tho Senior class
occupied tho front seats, and the church
was crowded with an Interested congrcga.
tlon. Tho services wero participated In by
Prof. I). J. Waller, Ph. D Hov. 8. Mitch.
II, D. D. and tho sermon was preached by
Hev. D. Thomas MacClyment, pastor of
tho First Baptist church of Wllllamsport.
Tho text was "Whcreforo gird up the
loins of your mind". 1 Peter I 13, and
the discourse was able and Interesting.
Prof. Waller also addressed tho class.
JL'NIOll CLASS EXERCISES.
Monday evening tho exercises of tho
Junior class wero given In Normal Hall, At
piartcr to eight o'clock, at which tlmo tho
entertainment was to begin, tho hall was
crowded with students and town people,
who continued coming until nearly eight,
when the exercises were opened. Tho pro
gramme was well arranged throughout.
Tho opening nnd closing choruses wero
effectively rendered, and two songs wero
very prettily sung hy Miss ltyan, ono oi
them receiving a deserved encore. Tho
president's address was short and to tho
point, and well delivered. Tho recitations,
essays and oration wero all good. Tho pro.
gram was as follows:
Music, March Away, Chorus; President's
address, Aims of a Noble Manhood, G. E.
Bortz;Sclcct readlng'Poppln' tho Question,'
Minnie L. Kitchen; Hecltatlon, Betty and
the Bear, Charles II, Bates; Solo, When tho
Swallows co mo Again, Ella M. Hyan; Es
say, Diligence brings Success, Lizzio Jones.
Hecltatlon, Tho Brier Hose, Nina Murphy;
Song, Miss Hyan; Essay, Tho Beginning
Determines the End, Annio Suppler; Orn
tlon, Hope, O. W. Faus; Music, Good
Night Dear Friends, Chorus.
On Tuesday evening the annual address
before tho Philologlan and Calllcplan socle
tics was delivered In Normal Hall by Prof.
II. Harris, Ph. D., principal of tho Key
stone Academy at Factoryville, Pa. His
subject was "Personal Power," and ho
gavo a solid, Bcnslble and interesting dis
course of over an hour's duration.
class of 1885.
On Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock tho
class of 1885 held a reunion in Normal
Hall, lo which tho public was Invited. The
following programme was well carried out
Instrumental Solo, Grand March do Con
cert, Edith V. Ent: Address, Welcome
Louis P. Blcrly; Select rending, Mice and
play, Martha K. Ensminger; Vocal Solo,
loving heart trust nn, Annie Milter; Essay;
'V'o will And a way or make ono," Cora E.
Hagcnbuch; Vocal Solo, Tired, Franco M.
Mussclman; Hecltation, Home, Sweet
Home..Anna M, Faux; Trio, Under th
moonlit sky; Misses Faux and Hagcnbuch,
Mr. Bidleman; Closing address, Adieu, II
CLASH DAT EXEUCISE3.
At 4 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon tho
Seniors held their Class Day exercises, on
the campus. Following Is the programme
Violin Solo, W. Howard Pannebakcr:
resident's address, Will C. Johuston
Quartette, Misses McDonnell, Whitehead,
Slessrs. Stonebrnker and Panncbaker; His
tory, Katie Young; Essay, Susio McDon
ell; Bass Solo, Chas. W. Taylor; Oration,
Through trials to Glory, Marcius W. Kratz;
Prophecy, LIzzlo D. Henninger; Vocal Solo,
Tho Coming of May" A Hcvcrlc, K.
Maud Smith, Presentation of memorial,
Anna S. Kurtz; Class sone, Composed by
Mary D. Mathins, By tho Class.
The memorial presented by the class con-
slstcd of a complete imported set of conti
nental relief mapi.
At 8 o'clock Wednesday evening tho
school parlors were thronged with tho
guests of the Callieplan Society, in responso
to handsomo invitations, to attend tho an
nual reunion. The evening was thorough.
ly enjoyed by all present.
A t 9.30 o'clock on Thursday morning tho
graduating exercises of the class of '87 wero
held In the Hall. As usual the room was
filled to overflowing by tho friends of the
school. The stage was occupied by tbo
Faculty, tho Board of Trustees and clergy,
men of tho town. The members ot tbo
class sat in the front seats nenr tho stage.
Tho ladies wero becomingly attired in whito
dresses, which were tho more beautiful be
cause of the absence of any attempt at
xtravagant display. .Most ot the gentle
men wore dark suits. Tho essays and
orations were very creditablo efforts. Tho
order of exercises was as follows:
Prayer, Hev. S. Mitchell, D. D ;
Overture, Zampa, Harold, Orchestra; Ora
tion, Education among tho Hindoos and
Chlnese,Marcius W.KratzjEssay, Waiting at
the Gate, Katie E. Young; Oration, Early
Education among the Greeks, Harry Stone
braker; Essay, We Weavo tho Web of our
own Destiny, Ida It. Wentz; Song, Gaily
Chant tho Summer Birds, Ella M. Ryan;
Oration, Hclatlon of School Government to
Citizenship, William E. Wagner; Essay,
Tho New Departure In Education, Mary D.
Mathias; Essay, Woman's Placo In
Education, Florenco S. Richards
Oration, Tho Prlrato Hero, Charles
II. Reynolds : Piano Solo, Chant
des Naiads (from Opera Turlluo), Ascher
Florenco Montgomery , Essay, Tho Les
sous Wo Learn from Flowers, Emma A,
Nolan ; Essaj , Tho World as a Model
School, Susie McDonnell ; Essay, Irvlng's
Ichabod Crane, Helen M. Spcrrlng ; Gay.
otte, Princess, Czibulka, Orchestra, Anna
Heedy.Pianlst; Essay, Tho Pupil His Own
Educator, Laura M. White; Essay, Farm
ing, Maude K. Smith; Essay, Tho Last of
The Dudei, Lizzie Henninger; Song, Ouno
Buy My Flowers, White, Jcnnlo Petorman
with Orchestra accompaniment; Oration,
Responsibilities of thu Professional Teacher
Will O. Johnston; Essay, Preaching, Anna
S. Kurtz; Poem, Farowell, Elizabeth H
Whitehead; Amorrcttanze, Gung'l, Orchcs
tra; Conferring of Degrees; Chorus, Coun
try Fair, Waltz Bong, Abt,, with Orchestra
Tho diplomas wero presented to tho
class by Prof. Waller with an appropriate
nddress. Tho degrco of Master of tho Elc
ments was conferred upon thu following
Lizzio Eshlcmnn, Lizzie J. Phillips, Susio
W. Cole, Jennie II. Hamage, Susio Gallag.
her, Hannah Kennedy, Mary Welsh, Lilian
O. Barton, Agnes V. Glcnnon, Mary
Bites, Florence, J. Cawley, M. Katie Mc.
Niff. Sallio O. Watson, Anna M. Fox, Ella
M. Sterner, Clara Y, Cleaver, Hoso Cohen
Mary A. Mullen, Frances M. Mussclman
Ella M. Ncwhouse, Minpio O. Crocker,
SallleM. Cocklll, M. M. Elliott, Christine
C, Hess, Martha K, Ensminger, Moltlo
Mickey, Nelllo Bonsteln, Sarah
Patterson, Edith V. Ent, Cora E. Hagen
buch, M. Puulluo Orolt, Knto Volght
M. LUlltts Hicks, Louis P. Blcrly W,
Conner, J, M. Hcarlck, Harry O. Ulna
Chas- McIIugh, Chas. M, Petty, D.
Kratz, O. E. Dcchant, O. O. Laudlg, Wul
ter A. Moore, Wm. F. Mullally, Geo.
Wilner, T, B. Birch, James O. Houser.
cuss of '87.
Tho following are the members of tho
Dora E. Breece, Allco Brockway, E. Clair
Brown, Molllo B. Butler, May S. Conner,
Eva M, Dereblmer, Lizzie Ix Foulke, Eliza
8. Klsncr, Anna 8. Kurtz', II. Isadora Lui.
bach, Mnrgarct A. Lewis, Mary
Hoyt Lynch, Buslo McDonnell, Mary
I), Mathtns, Mary Morgan, M. Agnes Nal-
Emma A. Nolan, Heckle Nye, Same A.
.'aimer, Mary Petty, Ltzzto Heiinlngcr,
Florence B. Hlchards, Mary P. Sheep, Eva
Short, Maude IC. Smith, Helen M. Spcr-
ring, Ida It. Wcntz, Lnura M. White,
Elizabeth It. Whitehead, Kallo X. Young,
Hcubcn T. Farvcr, Will O. Johnston.
Marcius W. Kratz, William E. Martin, Ed.
ward J. Mullen, W. Howard Pnnnebakcr,
Charles II. Reynolds, Harris E. Bnydcr,
Harry Btonebrakcr, Charles W. Taylor,
William E. Wagner, William L. Williams,
Orvnl II. Ycttcr.
After tho commencement exercises
tho Alumni Association held its annual re
union In the Dormitory chapel. Thoso of
the Senior class who wished to become
members were admitted. After tho literary
ue , uu i.u uruusaouou o. u'
litialnpaa Inn mrftlnrr nillnttrnntl I
ALUMS I DINNEIL
Tho annual dinner of J tho Alumni Asso
ciation was seryed at tho .Central Hotel,
and was well attended. An excellent
tnblo was provided by Messrs. Aurcnd, and
It was an cnjoyablo occasion. Prof. Wal
ler presided, and nt tho close of tho dinner
acted as toast master, and a number of re
sponses wero mado to the toasts proposed
Tne entire programme for commence-
ment week was very successfully executed,
and will add to the high reputation which
tho school now enjoys as ono of tho leading
educational Institutions of tho titnto.
Miss Maccio J. Palmer, of Upton,
Franklin county, hai Ehipped to Wash
ington 800 pounds of raw silk, of tier
own raising, and has au order for 300
pounds moro. bbo gets 51 a pound
Boston capitalists havo bought fivo
aores 0: trround in ocranton as a site
for a merchant Bteel and steol tool
factory, and work at tho buildings is
to begin at once. Tho establishment
will employ 400 men.
A man in Ohio, who sold his wife
to a neighbor two years ago for $000,
now regrets his action and is trying to
get his spouse back again.
rnitaoxLrniA, Monday, Juno s7, isst.
After the Fourth of July and
during the rest of the Slimmer
cl Ml -1 c...-
uiu oiuii; win tiusc uu ouiur-i
!- , p u I
If there's an Ice Comfort
now s the time you want it.
Look among our House Furn
ishing things and see how many
,i .,, ,.i,,., r 1,
simple ways there are of bring-
ing Ice into your service
What kind of Refrigerator ?
You shall choose. The Alaska
we know to be first class. It
makes the air pure, cold and
dry. No food odors. The
space between the zinc lining
and the inner frame of tulip or
poplar is filled with charcoal.
And the Alaska is said to be a
very little ice eater. $8.50 to
$60 ; Alaska Ice Chests, S4.50
I here are no better Refrig
erators than the hddy. Cool,
slate shelves, neat design,
horough work. $14 to $72 ;
ce Chests, $6.50 to $27.
Water Coolers. . Galvanized
iron, neatly decorated, 2 to 14
gallons, $1 to $13.50. Largest
with double iaucets.
Nickle plated and porcelain
ined, $2.50 to $30.50.
Coolers that keep the ice and
water separate ; 8 to 10 gallons,
$9 tO J.I2.
Wood Lncased Coolers,
porcelain lined ; 2 to 10 gallons,
$4 to $13.50
Neat little nickle plated Cool-
.., r , . , I , ,
With laucet, tO take the place
01 ice prtclier ; 1 gallon, $1.35 ;
iy2 gallons, $1.75.
scores ot other hot-weather-
Ice Crushers, $3, $6 and $10.
Ice Picks, 9 to 35c.
Ice Tongs, 25 and 40c.
Ice Axes, 25c. and $1.
Lemon Squeezers, 10c. up.
There's novelty in the tin
Butter Carrier 4, 8 and 12
bs. Ice in a central case 11
keep the butter hard for a loner
1 . OI
There are all the light things.
in our Clothing Store that you'll
care to look at. Seersucker
and Blue and White Stripe
Coats, 50 cents up. Linen and
Mohair Dusters, Sioo up.
Black Alapaca Coats, $1.50 up.
A special lot of the neat, light,
dressy Drap d'Ete Coats at $5.
It you hnd anything similar else
where the price
Shall it be a White Flannel
Suit for the Boy ? Nothinc
neater. 1 1 to 14 years, sailor,
$6.50 ; same size, Norfolk, $S ;
12 to 1 6 years, S10. Extra
Trousers, White Flannel, 4 to
12 years, $2 ; White Duck, same
size, $1.50; Fancy Linen, 75
cents and $1.
For 10 to 16 year Boys' out-and-about,
Blue and White Stripe Coats,
jo cents eacn; seersucker, $1
Crinkled Coat and Vest i cn
TIUK1U.I V-Oat anu est, J I.50
to $2,150. l'tner crades HI
Wnrct-lc nr tn i , rn
U . . UP 10 H5' . .
Cud 1 rotisers, plenty Of them, freo from disease, as when born. Dyspep
r the littlfi follows. A lionltliv sla aml . livtr iplatnt aro tlo direct
for the little fellows. A healthv
boy needs plenty of them. Cas-
simereor Cheviot, short, si to
$2; long (9 to 16 years), $1.75
A very little money now
t .1 .(
serves to buy tne stun lor
pretty costume. There's been
tumbling and tumbling in prices
along the Dress C-oods line,
Printed Pure Linen Lawns.
Light weight, cool to thu touch;
easy to wash; fast colors.
I'relty figures on a pure white
ground. To clear them out be
fore the season closes:
17 designs reduced from 25
to 18 cents.
16 designs reduced from 30
to 20 cents.
Bigger slices off the Woolen
Beautiful Cream Serge, 42
i. 1 37ji cents. A year ago
the same stuff was in quick de
mand at So cents.
But one snow-time since you
paid Si a yard for the .12 in.
Plain and figured canvas. Hatld-
SOme goods in cream and black
.... . .
The price now is 25 c.
Women's Plain White Linen
Handkerchiefs with l-inch hem
stitched borders. The swe that
women like; the kind that are
always fit. Goods that are as
staple as wheat. Half a dozens
arades the price scale slides
on quality. 7VlC best ICllllC wa
offered in Handkcr-
Now Lxst Price llegular
Nos. 13 ami 1(, fl.ona ioi, fi.so tl.so
New. is and lc, l.io a doz. l.sn 2.1a
Son. 1" and l", l.M a doz. 3.40 3 00
SO. 11, 1.80 a On. 3 00 3.GO
NO. 20, S.4U a do. 3.00 4.20
Nos. 21 ami Ti, 3.011 a dot. i.ii) 4 mi
Ask for them by the numbers.
The last of the list is as fine as
can be found in this city, no odds
what the price may be.
Cbcstnut, Thirteenth ana Market streets,
and City-hall square.
Parasols In all shades and styles at I'.
W. Hnrlman & Sou's.
Having just received a cylinder for fin
ishing silks and cloths, I am prepared to
clean and dye gents' clothing, Indies'
cloaks, sacqucs, silks, dresses, shawls, &c.
Feathers dyed and curled. Packages for
warded by express will receive prompt at
tention, According to directions. Call or
address, J. u. Uaawcll. ilyer, iiloomsburg
Woolen Mills. scp24-tf.
Tim fiOO Funs 2n. to 95.00 at I. W.
& Son's, will make good wind kn tha-flli
Call at YIngcr's for bargains in merchan
dise. Hupcrt, Pa,
Tim !n T.nnn Tlnnllnt ot T W ITorfrnn
& Son's, is going off fnst.
J. W. Yinger, tho Hupert morchant,
keeps a full lino of dry goods and groceries
at bottom prices. 2t
Don t wan, a ween or two alter you sc
good3 advcrtlsea ut 1. w. iiartman & son'
Don't wait a week or two after you see
nnd then expect to find
them. Go itxmcdi-
Havo you seen the
Iiartman & Son's.
new laces at I. W.
logrsifi li cr a 11 l
Ca'iayoia A v t i s t,
Port i'si fids, only
$3 a dozen. I n-
I. W. Iiartman &, Son's
closed on the 4th.
stores will bo
Are you weak nnd weary, overworked
and tired ? Hood's Sursaparilla is just tho
medicine to purify jour blood and give
A perfect washing machine has never
been invented, but u perfect washing soap
has. Drcydoppel's Borax Soap is as near
perfection as it is possible to attain, and
tho price is very reasonable.
Port Okavk Wine iok the Sick. Wo
can confidently 11 commend Speer's Port
Wine, which was awarded the highest
premium nt tho World's Fair a superior
artlcl of wino or tic slck amt debilitated.
Tho vineyards and cellars nro at Passaic,
New Jersey, near New York City. "Mcdl-
cal Hcvlow." For salo by druggists.
To Fuksekve Natukai, Flowers. Dip
the flowers in melted parafllue, withdraw
ing them quickly. Tho liquid should bo
only just hot enough to maintain Its lluld-
tty anil the uowers slioulu uo dipped ono
at a time, held by thu stocks and moved
ubout for nn instant to get rid of air bub
bles. Fresh cut flowers, free from moist
ure, make cxcelleut specimens in this way.
If you would preserve your health aud in.
vigorute your entire system use Perrine's
Pure Hnrlcy Malt Whiskey. For snleby
O. B. Hubblns, Ulooiusburg, Pa. feow.
DllDNKENNESaoli LIQUOR IlAUlT POSITIVELY
Cured iiv Administering Dr. Haines'
Golden Specific It can bo given in a cup
,f colIt'0 or le,a. wl'ho,llt tho knowledge of
till, nprann tnklnrr It la nltanliitnli. Ii.trtt.lnoa
and will effect a permanent and speedy
wire, whether tho patient is a moderato
drinker or au alcoholic wrick. Thousands
of drunkards havo been mado tempcrato
men who have taken Golden Specific in
their coffee without their knowledge, nnd
to-day believe they quit drinking of their
own frco will. IT NEVER FAILS. Tift
system onco impregnated with the Specific
it becomes an utter impossibility for tho
liquor habit to exist. For full particulars
address Golden Specific Co., 185 Race St,,
Cincinnati, Ohio. dec 3 80 ly.
Peculiar in the combination, proportion
and preparation of its ingredients, Hood's
S.irsnparilla accomplishes cures whcio other
preparations entirely fall. Peculiar In its
I B01- name nt liomt, which is a "lower ot
strength nbroad," peculiar in tho phenom
enal sales it has attained, Hood's barsapn.
rllla Is tho most successful medicine far
purifying tho blood, givlmj strength and
creating an appetite.
Whf n Iltby wu lok, w hor C-itnrtu,
When ibo wu a Child, she cried for Coitoria,
When ita bee-no LiUt, slia clone to Cwtorlt,
Wha the ltd Children, the e Uugn L'Mtaria,
' Esjoy I.ii-e. What a truly beautiful
world wu live In ' Nature gives us grand
cur of mountains, glens and oceans, and
thousands of means of enjoyment. Wo can
desire no better when In perfect health; but
how often do tho majority of ueonlu feel
"ko giving It up dlshearlcncd, discouraged
umlworuout with disease, when there is
no occasion for this feeling, ns every suf-
ferer can easily obtain satisfactory proof,
that Green's .liymt Flow, will mako thein
causes 01 seveniy-uvu per cent. 01 sucu
maladies as biliousness, indlgt stlon, sick
headache, costivcuess, nervous prostration,
dizziness of tho hiud, palpitation of tbo
heart, and other dlstivssing symptoms.
Three dnses of August Flouvr will ptoo its
wonderful cilcct. Sample bottles, 10 ets.
Try It. jan 381 b7eow.
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