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THE GOMJ1IMAN AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBWRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
His Talr Experience-
Contest Over the PresWonoj.
Paying Oarios in China,
Acoordlng to tho J)akola Hell, tho Wall, tlio tnlnuto I eot down, bcforo Laloroxiorlciico taugbt us that
ccrotary of tho Dakota Agricultural 1 began my business or anything, Miss curio man aska about five times
Mr Assoolnlldn lms received tho fol- PeUiiRUl took mo to do about putUn' much as ho is prepared to rtccoiit
owing letter: in Mlas Bibblns President of our Mis- his wares. Making a cholco and i
slonary Society for tho relief of Indig-
Tho Bibblns'es aro good, very good,
SavsMlss Pctlnirill: "It seemi to
mo iw If thoro might bo Bomo other
woman nut in. that would havo had
"i am a inrmcr, and l licar you aro
going to havo another agricultural fair
next fall, and I thought I would writo
and tell you that I am getting ready
"Yon probably don't remember me,
but I attended your fair last vcar. I
brought tho doggondcet blr-ucst pun- moro Inilucnooon tho Churoh."
Kin uii mu gruiimi?, inoiigu i rcoKon says
mebby you didn't see it, most of your Cbristi
timo being took up keeping a record
of tho different racing horses entered, her
1 also had a Qno blooded cow. while aills hadn't never associated with tho
my wifo brought a big loaf of bread Bibblns'es."
so light it wouldn't hardly lay still, and And I nsfeod her if sho s'pwed that
two bottles of ho'mado winoi thoucth would make any difference with tho
you might not of saw theso cither, as
I noticed that besides tho boss business
you had enough work for one man is
suing permits to thoso sturdy farmers
which had thrco-oard monto outfits
and such other agricultural products.
"And, after all, it cost mo ten dol
lars to boo the other sldo of tho cards
. .i i
i. "imin i iuiss jjiuuma u k" i
an nisler, and a great worker t y
"Whv vc. sho wtis (rood, cood in
..!, n,,l''ol,o anli). "Ilin Tfltin-I Cr
heathen: if tho heathen would bo apt
to think less ot Miss Bibblns bocaufo
sho hadn't associated with the Potin
gillst And he Baid, sho didn't s'poeo "tho
heathens would over know it; it might
mnko sorao differeuco to 'em if tbey
did." sho thoucht. "for it oouldn't bo
ono of theso gentleman exhibited. denied,' sho said, "that Miss Bibblns
"1 reckon I may say 1 had hard luck did not movo in tho iirst circles ot
at your fair last fall. When I first Jonesvillo."
drove in the folks was making suoh a It had boen my doin's a paltin' Miss
hojlcring 'bout a boss raoo that had .Bibblns in, and I took it ritjht to homo
just oomo off that ray team got scart sho meant to havo me, and 1 'asked her
and run away and sprained my wife's
ankle. White I was looking round
for a good place to put tho big punkin
a man oomo along and Baid ho was
judge on wines and drank up both bot
tles of ours.
"I afterwards saw him standing in
front of a tent and yelling: 'Ere's yer
chancel 'ero's yer chance! See the
liviu' half woman an' tho man what
was tittattoed nil over on the Island ov
Chattanoogal Only one dimel'
"I thon went to lie up the oow, and
whon I come back a tramp had his
faco in the loaf of bread. I didn't care
go much about that as that I inissod
him when I kicked at him.
"I stayed threo daj s, and each night
some gypsies which were camped right
on tho grounds milked my cow and
pounded her with a lumber wagon
whifiletrco becauso she switched her
"I watched tho races most of the
time, there not being m'ich else, to look
at. Uno day 1 bad to par a man lu
ll she thought tho Lord woaid con
demn Miss Bibbins on tho last day, be
cause sho hadn't moved in tho first
circles of Jonesvillo T
And Miss Petingill tossed her head
a iittle, but had to own up, that sho
thoucht "Ho wouldn't."
"Wall then," eez I, "do you s'poso
the Lord has any objections to her
workin' for Him now 1"
"Why no I don't know as tho Lord
"Wall,'1 says I, "wo call this work
tho Lord's work, and if He is satisfied
with Miss Bibbins, wo ort to be.'
From "Samantha at Saratoga? by
Jbstah Allen a Wije.
The cabbage worm bai not been
visibly affected by tho hard things said
a train Bt him. nor btvo tho numerous
sure cure remedies sensibly affected
h:u appetite Peter Henderson sug
gests the anulicatiou of alum water,
Latoroxporleiico taught us that tho
tine your man into a proper framo of
mind to bco as you do, as regards his
firofit, Intelligently occupies about one
laif of tho cultured diplomat's limn.
Tho curio chosen, tha first thing to do
is to tnko your man into tho house,
separating him from his fellows that ho
may not navo their moral courao to
uphold nun. ior tno lot you maxo
our ottor, no uisaainiuny rcinscs, and
egins briskly packing up. When ov-
'Vlbins is nearly stowed away, no
asks, as if tbcro had novor been any
question of it before, "How maoh 1"
You acaln offer.and with a long-drawn
"No," no onco moro unpacks that ho
may tempt you. Seeing you remain
firm and tnko no moro notice of him,
with a tragio air ho deposits tho things
at your foct, and gives you to under
stand that ho has made, you a present
of thorn: that you nro a hardened sin
ner; it hag cost him his lifo's blood, but
ho had no ohoioe. With an I O U for
tho amount and a deep now ho has
gone, and you find yourself n collector
in embryo with tho costly disease firmly
clutching you. C. B. Adams, in the
American Magazine for October.
Another Liberty Statue.
A statue of liberty is to bo erected
on a peak in San Francisco by Adolph
Sutro. tho millionaire. Tho figure and
pedestal will bo lighted by electricity,
will bo 1,000 feet above tho level ot
tho Bca. Tho pedestal will rest upon
tho solid rock of the peak, and mil be
over twenty feot high, eleven feet 1
squaro at the base, and soven feet
square at the top. The prinoipal fig
ure will bo that of a woman boldirg I
aloft in tho right hand tho torch of
liberty, and in the outstretched left
hand the sword of justice. At ber
feet will bo a figure emblematical of
despotism, and will bo that of a' man
lying on his side and clutching at the
sword hold out of his reach. Chicago I
(THE NEW QUININE.)
that the tnoflt delicate stomach will hear.
A SrKCIl'IO FOll MALAHIA, JtllKUMATISM,
TUB JtlOHT SCIENTIFIC AND SUCCESSFUL
BLOOH ruilIFIBIl. fiuDCrior to nulnlno.
Mr. John o. Kcarborough.Bclmn, North Carolina,
writes: "I got malaria la tho southern army, and
for a dozen years suffered from Its debllltailup; ef
fects. I was terribly rundown when I heard of
Kasklno. the new nulnlno. It helped mo at once.
I Katned 89 pounds. Havo not had such good
health In 80 years.
other letters of a similar character from promi
nent Individuals, which stamp Kasklno as a rem
edy ot undoubted merit, will bo sent on applica
tion. Kaaktno can be taken without any special med
ical advice. l .00 per bottle, or bottles for IS.
sold by MOYEit uhos., uioomsDurg, ra., or sent
by mall on receipt of price.
TUB KA 8KINK CO.. M War ren 8t, Kow York.
Double tiarrol Uroech Loading Shot Uuns, choko
bored, $10 to Slun. single llroech loading Shot
(luns, f i to f !8. Brery kind Ot Breech Loading and
Kepeallng mucin to Ha Muzzle Loading Dou
ble Shot Huns, tt to . Single Shot nuns, 11.50
toiu.00. noTOlrers, ji.oo to mo. Doublo Action
self Cockers, S.50 to I0. All kinds of Cartridges,
Shells, Cans. Wads, Tools, 1-owder Flasks, Shot
I-ouchns. rrlmen. Send conts for Illustrated
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N. 11. This Is a so-ycar-old, reliable firm, l'cr- Quarnntt-ca n irood as the uest.
rint,w (M.HT.nHhr lltilpi. nilprt nnvmitlv Anil 1 . - -V -w- -w
goodiaentby manor express to any part of Uio
world. No matter what you want In tho gun lino
H. V. WHITE & CO.
nftv- Bikini inducements to farmers for tho noxtslx weeks on tho following
Wo keep co.iHtantly In stock at our GKAIN HOUSE, and will deliver frco
of chaiL'o to any station on the 1). L. & Wy.or B. S. railroads, tho celebrated
"Economy Bonn" nnd "Good Crop" brandsyboth high grade, "jnaaru gouu.
ro materials, froo from Bour acids and Heavy worinicss niiuru, aim
you can get It at the arcat western by writing a
otitis mado to Order. Ouns and Heyolrera
SURE CURE DISCOVERED FP5
rLiuderbicli'iGtrmin calirrafOmtiljf.jp. JS
I. Stmrl'i rr, at DrutKIHl. Mtlltdfbr 100. liiiliii.
Wo have tho acency for
Threshers, complete witli lover
Grain Drills and Corn Shollers,
ueod very soon. Sprout's
tlio Traction, Portablo and Stationary Engines,
ir power, in six sizes; Clover Hullors, Saw Mills;
1 . .' t t . i a e ...111
All standard goods, Jiifll wnai . ianm-m wm
riint:HAlllifl tl HKU ilnr lh dltcoverv at this mfthofl of
lrtmnt. fcvtry mtll brru cttrs from rrai
UUHKik 6.S. tUiUIKBUll tO. MwmI, 1
fsnb Bate Cftojigeis I
list what every farmer needs.
Can attaoh to any horse-povver. Huns cas y
can lire at home, ana make more money at
work for us. than anything else in this
world, capital not heeded; you arostarted
tw ttnth faafrifii all smia A nv nun (tow in
tho work. Large earnings surofroro first start,
costly outfit and terms free. Better not delay.
Costs you nothing to eend us your address and
find out; It you ate wise you will do so at onco. u
INIXtt Co., Portland, MalDO. docM-sa-ly
T IBSSSSSSISS'SSSSSS.' Wk.
now Onll Opens Clams.
"I had a very singular experience lost
Sunday," said a tratlesmnn, whose shop
In ruvinnd is adorned by tho slan,, "Ornl-
toen dollars becauso tho boss thatcorao Se" the application 01 aium water, j,,, RarItlcs ,, but who on n pinch,
?h v, i3 n Pound ot' pulverized alum to threo wolUS BeU 0 d08' or a rabbit. "I was
in 'way ahead on tho first two beats I ' , mi,,. ;m ( ;;. ",, !L ,,!, r,f ,nnr fnr from
was tho very last on tho other three.
I think that hoss must havo been took
sick I know I was. ,
"Tho next day a pickpocket got my
"About ovci'y hour Bill (that's my
boy) would come to mo and get another
half-dollar. Ho said ho had a system
that ho was certain must finally beat
tho wheel of fortune, and the nut-shells,
and roulette, and the man down back
of tho barn who was throwing tho load
gallons of water. This will not injaro
the plant and mav kill tbo worm.
Pyreth'rura, either in powder or solu
tion, is effective. The' groat difficulty
is to get any preparation on tho worms,
and to repeat the application as often
as the successive broods hatch out.
Thero is no process known that will
keep oider sweet without1 'deteriorating
its methods lor arrestintr iennemaiiuu
and preventing it from becoming sour.
Professional cider! makers sometimes
ed dico. I couldn't Bay nothing be- uso Shaw s Antiseptic Solution; others,
canso I had took Bill with me to show who prefer to avoid patented articles,
. 1 I 1 I l I v l n
mm now i was coin to clean oat tne employ suipuiio oi nuny
three-card monto man that time it coat
me ten dollars.
"My wifo bought a bottle of liquid
glue, whioh proved to be mostly water,
and a receipt tor soap which Bbe alter
wards discovered was printed in Nor
wegian. She would have bougbt some
other things, probably, but Bhe lost ber
"In tbo moan time I mioht mention
that somebody stole tho whip, and
spring seat, and end-board, and neck
yoke off n my wagon aud cut all tbo
ivory rings off'n 'the harness.
"When the fair was through I de
manded my diplomas on my cow and'
added after fermentation until the
oider has acquired tho acid taste de
sired. The powder is first mixed in a
quart or so of cider and then poured
into tbe casic and inorouginy snanen.
Do not mistake sulphate of lime for
sulphite of lime; the latter is the cor
Tho groat secret for preventing de
cav in fruit through autumn and win
ter, is to 'preserve a uniformly low
temperature. II changing and fluot
uating, they quickly rot. Currents of
air are bad, becauso tbey make ohanges
in temperature. Wo find that apples
keep longer in winter by merely wrap-
punkin as they were the only ones pjng oaon 8pc0iraen in tissue paper and
thero. 1 got thtm after sorao talk thus excluding air. Hence the ad van
two leetle pieces of paper with some tnf,a of packing in any soft, powdered,
printing on them and when. I turned 1 "gnb6tance, as dry sawdust, bran,
round to go out a big fat man stepped roand plaster, or bedding in moss.,
on one of my corns. He was the own- . a large soale this cannot bo done,
er of ono of tho race-horses and was an(j iare fruit rooms must therefore
i 1. 1 J 1 1 : at C ft r A , o . . . .
luuMug uuwu ruiiing up uio oo.ouu be kepl 000i without changes ot air.
the treasurer had just paid him as his
share of tho purses, to put it in his
pocket, and so didn't notice mo.
"That, Mr. Secretary, is a brief and
condensed history of my experience at
your fair. I shall come next year, but
as Hilly says, 1 shall corao heeled.
"I shall mako no oxhibits, but I havo
got a two-wheelea sulky and every day
I hitch old .Doll to it and run her
'round tho fivo acre field. I shall enter
her in tho senior class as I belieye it
is called I judge sho is old enough.
"Bill has got himself a thimble-rig
outfit and has whittled some dice out
of tho bono of a mulo's leg and has in
serted lead on tho opposite side from
the big numbers.
"My wife is preparing liquid glue by
the wholesale, tho same kind she
bought, and will Ded Ho it on the
"For myself, besido entering old
Doll and betting all my money aain
her I shall work the threo-card raonte
business for all it is worth. I can al
ready throw the cards so as to nearly
always mix up my wife and occasion
ally fool Bill.
"1 am alao painting tho end of tho
ox-yoko to look like a faco and shall
Much mav bo accomplished by venti
lating windows, admitting cold air in
the night, and excluding warm air in
the-day timo 'jy closing them. These
remarks apply moro particularly to ap
ples and pears, and also to grapes.
They would also apply to small and
perishable fruits, if it were an object
to keep them, but the common prao
ticelp to consume them while lresh.
Some judgment is required to know.
when to cease using the lawn mower
in autumn. The grass should not be
cut too close, but enough left to pro
tect the roots in cold weathor; nor left
too dense to smother the lower leaves.
As a general rule, there should be
twioo as much growth as through the
summer. The kind of fertilizing top
dressing used will make some differ
ence. A fine coat of pulverized oom-i
post, halt an tnoh thick, will atiord
considerable protection to the grass,
but a concentrated fertilizer, like super
phosphate, will raako but littlo differ-'
walking on the beach, not very far from
tho Clllt house, and I had Jnst noticed that
an usually largo number of sea gulls were
flying over tho sands, when a- hard sub
stance struck mo violently upon the head
and staggered roe. Luckily my' hat was
very thick and I nm blessed with a tolera
bly solid skull. So I Boon recovered my
self, and I was looking about to ascertain
what had hit me, when I was greatly
startled by a weird and ghostly fluttering
of wings a foot above mo. A great gray
gull had narrowly escaped alighting upon
my shoulders. ,He Just succeeded in check
ing his Impetuous descent as his feet al
most touched mo. With a queer kind of
halt frightened cry he was again into the
air. But what had brought him so close
to mef I soon found out. Lying on tho
sand was tha thing that had given mo
that blow upon the head. It was a large
black mussel, and the sea gull had dropped
it from a dizzy height upon my unoffend
I have studied the habits of these
birds pretty carefully, aud I know very
well why ho had done it. Ho. was trying
to get at his dinner, and as the shell of
the mussel was still unbroken, and I
wished to see him try again, I walked a
couple of hundred yards away and then
turned to watch his movements. See
' ing that the coast was clear, he quickly
flew back to the place where the mussel
had fallen, seized it in his beak and, again
rising high into the air.Jie lot it drop.
He followed it closely as It fell, keeping
almost besido it during tho greater part of
tbe descent, and only moderating his
downward rush when he was in danger of
dashing himself upon the beach.. The
mussel struck the sand, but the shell was
still unbroken, and, indeed, it was veryt
evident to me that the soft ground that
received it would never lay it open. Then
1 flung the mussel to a distance, and ths
gull, seeming to taxe ims as a mui, ui
my head was not a chopping block, seized
hfs troublesome delicacy and flew away.
J saw him turn a little inland, rise onco
more to a gTeat height, dart swiftly down
and- then wing his way put to sea.
found that many Btones Jay at the place
of his last descent; so, doubtless, his per
severance was at length rewarded, and hs
had gone off to some lonely rock to dine."
Ran Francisco '"
Power of a Kind Voles.
There is no power ot love so hard to get
and keep as a kind voice. A kind hand is
deaf and dumb. It may be rough in flesh
and blood, yet do the work ot a soft heart
and do it with A soft touch. But there is
no one thing that love so much needs as
a sweet voice to tell what it means nd
feels; and it is hard to get and keep it in
the right tone. One must start In youth
and bo on the watch night and day, at
Work and play, to get and keep a voice
that shall speak at nH times the thoughts
of a kind heart. It Is often in youth tha
pne gets a voice or a tone that Is sharp,
and sticks to him through life, and stirs
up ill Will and grief, and falls like a drop
of gallon the syveet joys of home. Watch
It day by day as a pearl of great price, for
it will be worth more to you in days to
coma than the best pearl hid in the sea,
A fcind voice is to the heart what light is
to the eye, It is a light that sings as well
as shines. Elihn Burritt,
SV-A HANDSOME WEDDINR. BIRTHDAY OR HOLIDAY PRESENT.
THE WONDERFUL AH A III
Combining a Parlor, Library, Smoking, llrcllnlng or Invalid
..l., tm u . .'J, unu, or LUVUll.
7tiff bV fifi ani' Scnd "amp I .SB-SHIPPED to nil
J. I tp 4 for Catalogne. part of the world.
All famished With tho Antrim at In finnM. Tti-nW. anA iT.n
at our Wholesale Prices BcndstampforCataloguo and mention carriages.
THE LUBURG MANF'C CO., 145 N. 8th St.. Phllada.. Pa.
October 82 81 syrs.
for Infants and Children.
"Cactarla U bo vtll adtptcd to children thill I Castorta enres Oolle. OoMtlpation,
known tome." IL A. Aacnn, Ita, I WUsWor glres aictft m pronww.
Ul Bo. Oxford BL, BtooUtb. N, Y. WMkxH Ijmtau meAlcattorv,
Xn CkflrnsB Ooxpixr, IK Fulton Street, H. T.
1011 11 FllM MWl !
Wo linvolin stock, ready for inspection, tlio O'Brien Wagons, in any swo
desired, for farm or road, and invito tlio public to call ntul sec them.
OUR STOCK !
In addition to tho nbovo wo keep a full lino of Flour, Bran, Middlings, Chop
and Kt'ed at lowest market prices.
Halt for land and dairv use. bneciai prices to dealers on too lots.
Clover, Timothy and fancy grass seeds. Coal in all sizes. Delivered to any
part of town. It will pay School Directors to buy Coal irom us lor their dis
tricts and thcmselvf'S.
All kinds of Grain taken at highest market prices for cash, or in oxxliango
at any time, boliciting a fair share of trade, wo remain, Very truly,
H. V. WHITE & CO.,
August . Bloomsburg, PA
Orders May "be Left with Albertson & Hulme, Benton, Pa.
economy tha: practical
QUESTION OF THE HO UK.
EVERY THING THAT IS NEW AND
STYLISH FOE THE SEASON
CAN BE BOUGHT
CHEAPER THAI ITEM.
. A Large and Varied Stock of
Bitten bender & Co.,
No. 12G & 128 Franklin Ave.,
Ixom arm, Steel.
We are offering great inducements to persons desiring to
puruiiusu JTiuuoa, vrguns iiuu oewing .uj.uuuiiigo.
1 ifclW "iiw sisMBii i I ill i ii fr
1h f I I I I III I I I II HIHB
ALSO A LARGE AND SELECT LINE OP
Wm. E. Warner,
Dealer In Surslcal Instruments, Trusses, lot
teries. Crutches, sc.
COAL EXCHANGE BUILDING,
Call and be Convinced that you have the
1 IA1SBST SEECTIOH OF COOBS
THIS is the top of the gen-
LATEST STYLE, BEST QUALITY,
uine " rearl
The Lowest Possible Prices
guco. it Borneumea nappcoa mat, lawns
aro uneven or bavo depressions iu their
surface. Karlv in autumn is a cood
time to correct tbcae defects by filling
.ti.ir a ,.to i ;,a mih nn,i in tho depresaioiis with sand or fine pul
u tWrJJ ,iii.,.r.in0 t it thrvo, verized soil. nkiDg perfectly lovel with'
whacks for a quarter. Come over and tlm rest of tho surface and sowing
try it. If you breakapipoyougetBix iawn grass eofd. Of. the depretsion
nicklo cigars. j t may bo gradually fi led by placing an1
"We shall all of us bum our foed on 'noli of flno oil in them, each yearsno-
tho grounds and skep under the grand ccssfully, through w hwh the grass ah
Aland. If I can net a two headed cal 7 growing win una hi way, nu
to exhibit in a tont (not to enter for a
diploma) I shall do so. In fact, to sum
the whole matter up, wo shall oomo
prepared for an agricultural fair as wo
understand it. lours truly.
P. S. "I shall wear a poker dot
shirt and smoko a cigar p'intcd high.
Bill will stick out his chin and crook
Lib elbows considerable. z. w."
On Monnt Kataliilln'i Summit.
A cone of burnished tin, twenty inche
In height and twelve in diameter, has been
placed on the summit ot Mount Katabdln
by tbe Bangor (Me.) Appalachian club, la
jnJer to note tho distance from which the
beak can bo seen. Chicago News.
Vhl 1 can be cured of yoof
or NERpgt Headache byusln
A Oharmisg Acquaintance.
Tho Uultimoro Sun
for tho following story;
IllUI.IU T?.,ll, Wnl.lr. V.nranr, ...na
i.:, Vii;r: i warnmir. and with no apparent oause
ago, ho fell in with a man who was al- at. can be satisfactorily traced, nor,
lonether so sociable aud chatty that an has there yet been any remedy d.scov.
otherwise tedious journey was rendered
as ciieeriiu as possible, una roans
thus obviate sowing seed.
The experienoe of tho rolling yoara
proves that the farmer cannot always
feel securo iu tho most promising re-
suits. Such haa been ibe case the pasti
season in tho result of tho potato crop..
With no other trouble than tbo
changes of weather in some flections,
the crop was very much reduced boj
low a medium crop. To this result has
beni added in somo sections a disas
terouB potato rot which threatens
sovero destruction to (.ho orop as it
was, It U a difficult matter to detprr
.1 . . I .. f iL nA-A
mino tue real 09UHU oi mo uuuihi iuu 1 . r rrrnrT o --
It comos suddenly, with little if any J , JT, OIVJ.4. X il Of. VV-
Amontr the Pianos we handle are the IYERS 4 POND,
C. C. BRIGGS. BA US Sc CO., SCHOMA CKER Gold
Strim? and Overa Pianos. These Pianos are all first-cla&o
and fully warranted for five years.
Our leading Organs are the celebrated ESTElf!, MILL
ER, UNITED ST A TES and other makes.
Our leading Sewinc Machines are tho celebrated WHITE,
NEW DA VIS. NE W UUMUSTi u, jvjs w n um v,
JTO 77.S! W.HuTjU. ROYAL ST. OUUJS ana tSTJlJSlJ-
tlTfT) Tf.nTJ 7?.Y Sewmf? Machine, tho lincst and best
Rotary Sewing Machine in the world.
Before nurchasinir write for Catalogues to J. SALTZER'S
PALACE OF MUSIC AND GREAT SEWING MACHINE
DEPOT, Main St., Dloomsburg, Pa.
OK. "l SM, eoi8 car. bo erttrely conquered by tlio ut,e or I'errlnu'B l ure llsrley alt Whiskey.
!' m t It Is atonic nnd diuretic and a powerful fitrcngtlicncr to the entire system. l'Kll
fejS rX ItlNE'S I'UItK HAHLEVilALT wilIbKE has proved a medicinal proiecUon to
m'-m nuu muouo men ufucauuuB ill iuu j'cu vtit aim WUUBC Uaiiy WOrK Calls 11
exci-mional imwere ot endurance. Aek oir neareht druggist or grocer forloi
Is Today wa
80LK AOiMTS FOB
P. V. ADAMS CO.,
!or the beautiful colored' pieTure mrvr 1 nnf
tofJitthffimsFM. TO B ACCO
Bole agents ot the rol
nanio was Sackctt, and ho told Mr. Em
erson that he resided in San Francisco.
Mr. Sackctt pointed out the points of
interest along tho way, related a lot of
umusing anecdotes, and, best of all,
was an attentive lietener. The natural
consequence was that Mr. Emerson
camo to tho conclusion that Mr. Sack
ctt was as charming r roan as he bad
over met with, and ft was in this poi
tivo convictiou that ho accented Mr.
Sackett's invitation to dine with him
immediately upon their arrival in San
Franoisco. Tho next morning Mr.
Emerson was well-nigh paralyzed to
find iu all tho local papers this startling
personal notice ''Proftssor Ralph
Waldo Emerson, tho eminent phlloso
plitr, hcholar aud poet, is in our city
as tho guest of Mr. J. Sackctt, the
well-known proprietor of tho Hush
ntreet Dime Museum. Matinees every
half houri admission only ten cents.
Tho double beadod cilf and tbe dog
faced boy this week."
ered, so far as wo know, that is effect-(
ual. The trouble seems to be that-tho
disease gets an uncontrollable hold of
the potatoes before any evidence of
its existence is made maniftot. We
liavo knowD the fdllago of a field to bp'
destroyed almost in a singlo day.
About as suro an indication of the
presenco of disease aa any that we
know, in its fl'st stages, is the preval
ence of an unpleasant odor 1 thon fol
lows an immediate withering of the
foliage and an examination discloses
diseased tubers. Germantown Telegraph.
To Pheskuvs Natural Flowbes. Dip
tho flowers Iu melted parafllne, withdraw
ing them quickly. The liquid should be
only Just hot enough to maintain Its fluid
ity and tbe flowers should ho dipped ouo
at a time, held by tho stocks and moved
nlinut for an instant to eet rid of air bub
bles. Fresh cut flower", free from molst-J
ure, mako excellent specimens in mis way,
ir vmi would nreserve vour health aud In
vlnorute your entire system use Ferriae's
Pure Uarley Malt Whiskey. For sale by
0. a. liobbms, Bloomtburg, Fa. oow.
py tfcfl lolloplptf wpH know makers;
Hallct & Davis,
Can alao furniBh any of tlio
cheaper makes at manufacturers
prices. l)o not buy a piano be
fore getting our prices.
Catalogue and Price Lists
wing brands ot
Alexander Bros. & Co.,
WIIOLEdALK DEALRH8 IN
FRUITS AND NUTS,
SOLE ApENTS roil
FUESII EVKUV WEEK.
IUbtillid from selected Barloy MaltRnd guaranteed to be chemically pure
and Iree from Injurloua oils and tcldsoltcu contained In alcohollo llciuora. His
especially adapted to persons requiting a stimulating tonic, Consumptives being
greatly benetltted by its use, Kecoinmended by leudlng physicians as a Diuretic,
NerTtno. Tonlo and Allerative, For consumptives It is invaluable. 1'KltitiNK'S
I'UHK liAHLKV MALT WHISKEY Insures a return ol vigor to the stomach, a good
siiiuuiuui. luuu uuu Kemie in euecu uyspepsia, inoigesTion and all wasting dln
inosMwno pursue tneir avocations in tneopen air and whoso dally work calls it
I'KllltlNB'ili'UltBllAIILKY MALT WIIlSKkY revives the cnBnrlen nHlincnunrr
out with excesslvo tcjdlly or mental effort and acts aB a safeguard against exposure
... it.Miuiuiuuo nvuiui. iv ui.vD ui. uiaiaiiuun uiwuhuu irum iue system.
I'UHK 11A11LEY MALT WHISKEY
without unduly stimulating tbe kid
neys Increases tbelr nagging activity,
counteracts the effects of latlrae. has.
tens convalescence and is a wholesome
aim prompt diuretic watcu tbe label I
Mono gcnulno unless bearing the signature
every bottle Ihavncnre.rniiv
lib-zed the l'ow! Uaklkt Malt Wnis-1
kkt made by M. J. K ltrrlno and nndl
'it entirely free from fusel oil, furfural,
ineiais ana acias ana is absolutely
mure." trailed. Camilla Arthur MatA
yot bum dj all druggist
and grocers throughout
the united btates and
Can art as.
This is the
exact label on
each one of the
may say and
think he has as
good, but he has not.
Insist upon the exact label
GEO. A. MACBETH & CO.
Working Classes Attention.
Wo aro now nrennrert to furnish all classes with
employment at home, tho whole of tbo time, oi
for their sparo moment?. Business new, light and
Brofltablo. l'ersons ot either sex easily earn from
) cents to 13.00 per evening, and a proportional
sum by devoting all their tune to the ousines
Boys and girls earn nearly as much as men. 1 ha
all who see this may send their address, and test
the business, we make this on er. Te 6uch as aro
not well Batlslled we will send one dollar to paj
for the trouble of writing. Kull particulars an
outnt free. Address Ottosos Stinw)n Co., ivt
land, Maine. deci4-ftn-iy.
J. W. RAEQER,
SLOE BOOK MAKER
EULER AND BINDER,
No?. If and 0 Maikot St.,
37 NORTH FRONT ST. 38 NORTH WATER ST., PHILA
C B. JBrOBMNS,
WINES AND LIQUORS1
AND JOBBER l CIGARS.
WHtton, BnA Commit fthne i. Aik your retailor for
J hllO K, according lo your needs, ltoaltlvcly
none senuixnj ouksa our lUunp appears plainly oa the acfe
Will not weir lo long ti the
nrratue It I) made fnt whoia occoptU'mi are inch at
fcaJthcm jo call fur lU.hl;rrul nio'ro d.-ei. .hot thia
MJF M11AN8 3 bllOH. Our 'j Moc T.
Mt.tlUiiril for lui If a permaDcni rtpuuuon lor comfoil
ana durability iucIi t no other hoo ever Inawn ffiii'.
hl.torv of th.tr.dj. Kocxrapctllori trt ttil.lotijpio.cit
ii. i J"'n' ,Mon Si btmo I, hct.t and iiylltti;
anilltUaiilurabtii a. any ,!,r om, ,M mtr luanu.
factured. Be conniiitfy awert that In svery vital tt.
ipftttlie Jaiuri, Mraua Ht Shoo la equal In the
Iwa-aewiq, hi Mcti hae Mllicrlo teen retailed tt
0 or $ 7. II lint a luneula top auil tcamlci. calf Ttkin.
It In, a perfectly imootii bottoin InilJ.. i m, U(v
toralnir, and rc.iiilri a no 'LrcuHtuB In," Vlaf
rfeeltyeiy tin firit time It t worn,
J. met Mrana and ffi.'. Slioca w.r. th. flp.t In ,m.
eountrr ta UcafiiaUtli adverlUed. If jou have Wen
UHiPIJ(iim In other advenlied Ulioe., jour experience,
oilkUl U tiarli )ou that It ll lafer to hur ttioci Ulld.br
the, lnJert of a ijr.lein, rather Ihtn lliote, uwJ . lit
t Malned and all patont tiuslneaa attended to tor
uiuuuraie lees. .
Our omce la opposite tho U. B. ratent Oftlce, and
wo can obtain fatenta in less time than those re
mote from Washington, ,
Bend model or drawlnff. Wo advise as to pat
entability free ot charge, and we make no charge
Weieferhere.totho mtmastor, the Hupt.oi
Money Order Dltr,, and to officials of the U.S.
Patent Oftlce. Vor circular, advice, lenns and
references to actual clients In your own utatoor
county, write to
J. A. SNOW & U. ..
Opposite 1'atent onloe, Wshlngton u"
Mason & Hamlin
lullovrrrs. litest khots are sold If ittu l-est mailers
(tl.roUl.l,.,,,l ih. United (,t,(e.,';niV, wl'T L"i thlS
WU aeld S ' ""'l ' 1 " U)f Tot'Wi U" I"
Ja&ies Means & Co.
Al Lincoln St., Qooton, Mas9.
Full LiucH of the Above Shoes for Sale by
TM a4 lbs riiUHrrt i ol Ulklai iUi!
atMtC'Mrlwui IIIudm, Ibvvliavt irapl iupola
ma t b tnrriu v( lltric tWa. Ttit llttr-
carrlrr MfttLa Jamcl Mmoi ti ha It th Iqlha
wtM. 1 doctor dtnlM H. ml mj lli )(. Jun
Solo Agents for Bloomsburq, Pa.
Organs and Pianos.
Tha Cabinet Organ wal lntrodnced hy M"?"u
Imnlln In 1BI11 M.,m .1: llnmllu OrCtlH I1?
lUmlln In 1601
maintained their tupremacy over all ?
1 received Witaeet Honor al all QkH Yi w
tlon tlnco 1M1T.
, The Improved Mode of BtrloKlns l'l"'"""'
by Matun & Hamlin In IB!, U a 8'"', """Jf.hS
piano con.trucllou, eipertt pronounclnif 11 '
prealeet lmproementln planotlu half a c
llano circular, cnuulnlua 800 IcttUnoii , tie IW
norchaaert, mualclaut, and tuncri, uud 1 1"
OriTui Catalogue), free.
AS0H & HAMLIM OSOAU AND PIAIIO W.
U lut llti St. (Valw C VtV TCBi ,