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OffioUl Bepott on Baking Powders,
M. i)., or
Dairying in OohtmWa County-Will it Ty ?
Road bcforo tho Farmers' Institute 0f dairy farming preeminently. V
t Mlllylllo by A. P. Young, oi Mill- everybody can see that this is i
BepecUtly made tor the Annals ot nrsieno.
We have considered that a fatr, 1m
partial and rellablo report on "Baking
rowders" was much needed, becauso
Wo have rcoontly noticed tho claim
ael forth by two prominent manufaot-
''Knowledge is cower" evcrvwhrre.
It is power in the making' of pvoBts out
at Millvillo by A. r. Young, ot Mill- everybody oan see that this is to, it
Tille,") seems strange that men who handle
Uloeo by stands n orenmcry thai by cows are so slow to reach out aftor
actual teat Is working for an answer knowledge and tho valuable expert-
to tlio question above. What thnt in- enco of others. Scarcely one in ten
swer may bo will depend upon several payg any attention to making himself
conditions. That it may be an affirm- wei informed on the subjeot, by road-
urora, eaob, that theirs was the onl th0 proprietor and tho farmer, who tho calling and a loss percentage oven
oWpg powder ffeo from adulteration) ar0 mkinc initiatory lessons in dairy- than that attend conventions or instl-
anu in eaoh inslanoo, among tno list oi ingi "With a Boil most of wt ich is (utcs where dairy questions aro dia
names given as authority for this olaira, naturally thin and not specially adapt- od'ssed and dairy ' problems cruoidated
wa lo be found tho namo cf a promi- c,i t0 grass, tho problem is more dlffi- by' experts at the' business,
oont New York chemist. Since i it is 0ult than whoro natural advantages nrd Drive ten or fifteen miles from this
obviously impossible that this ohoniist moro abundantly distributed. If wo place on any road leading away, wht-rv
iiuuiu uavo vcbviucu win uuii ui iuto 100K oiosoiy nowovor wo win imu au- oaltie are going to pasture in opring
powders was the only ono free from vontagca and disadvantages tolerably and you will see many cows hardly
ovenly scattered about In every section, able to carry their hides. It stems lo
If our -soil is not as deep and rich as m0 our farmofs fall moro id this' par
iho prairies of tho west wo must mako tioular of pronorly caring for and iced
up for that.doficienov as far as bosslblo inn- their cattle, in tho Winter than in
by utilizing tho superiorities here pre- almost any other. The interests, pf
sonted, chief of these and the humanity, and of trra owners pocket-
greatest desideratum of all, is a gooa book, both ory out Bgalnut tuoh trea'
adulteration, we felt that tho claims
let forth wero unreliable and that it
was clearly our duly to furnish tho
oublio with reliablo information on this
important tiucstion. Wo accordingly
bought from ono of our Urgent and
most reliable grocery stores ono pacic-
ago, or bottle, eaoh of tho following market, near by,
powders, which, wo wore
wore most in demand;
1. Tttimfortl Yeast Powder.
2. Royal Baking Powder.
3. Pcerloss Baking Pciwdor.
4. Sea Foam Baking Powder.
ment Another ploturo a familiar one
Kin nrnln iirniliintu have fallen off I to those who oro about with eyes open
In value so much, owing to the sharp Think of a cow, perhapB 'several of
competition of distant, fresh and fertllo them, standing hump backed in lent
territory, and tho unjust discrimination corners alonrr. the road, to rest on tho
oi transportation companies, enabling way to or from a brook or puddle a
(.am ,i;.ion fli,i in rnanli market, al- fourth, or DerliaDB half a milo awav.
w - i vuuau UI.IUUI MUIUO .wwm i . i . , - r
Those powders were removed from , it chonulv as wo can. I wh6ro thev must ao whenever driven
tho boxes or bottles in whioh they I .,,, ...! tn omo-lbv thTrst to Seek water, or think of
were bought, placed in packages, with clge somothing thnt cannot be I them huddled about the watering place
: ' i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j i j M 1 1 1 n .
4, (id the order above givon), and sont d trnrjsorted with lit-
a is r tt i mfrin urn a ro. i .
iu jrrui. xieury iivumuuu, n uu , n nnro q ,.s
quested to analyze them and make bis ootKiitiong o atmoephere, and
report by numbers. It will be observ- of aD oil tftnkS) fertilizer
J that he did not know, and had no i fertilizer works and war
exposure to varyiug
works and warehouses
and if frozen up, while a brisk north
wester makes it necessary to button
your overcoat to your chin, and esti
mate, if you oan the animals loss. LoS
on tho product of tho oow, the cold
wind using up a large percentage, of
. , i imp, jci in.: I wt "I1 " " " l o r n ( l .a l
means of knowing, what powders he the high smelling odors incidont the. food that otherwise, woud go to
We will first publish Prof. Leff
mann'a report and then make our com
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
Board of Agricultural Department of
Hygiene and Food Inspeotor.
H. Lcffmann, M. D., Inspector.
Philadelphia. Pa., Aug. 2, 1887.
Deau DooTOm I transmit herewith
the results of tho examination of the
four'samplcs of baking powder. To
avoid repetition, I may observo that
baking powders nre mixtures of baking
soda (bicarbonate of soda, sodium aciil
carbonate), with somo vegetable acid
or acid salt. In practice, tartaric aoid.
cream' of 'tartar, aoid pboAphatc and
albm are used. The most approved
baking powders are those made with
either croam of tartar or acid phos
phates. Some fine insoluble powder
(staroh) is generally added to mako the
mixture keep well. Although there' is
no positive evidence to show that alum
powders are unwholesome, yet tho use
fluou powders is to be discouraged.
They are, to say the least, put on the
market as cheap substitutes lor the
higher class articles:
No. 1. Phosphate Powder. No
Alum. No Ammonia. Corn Starch.
No. 2. Tartrato powder no alum.
Contains ammonia. Corn starch.
No.( 3.. Alum powder. oorn and
potatoc starch.. Contains ammmonia.
No'.i4. Tartrate powder. no alum.
Cora staroh. No ammonia.
Yours, Henry Leffmann.
To Joseph F, Edwards, M. D.
It wil be seen from the above report
that the "Romford Yeast Powder"
holds a position absolutely Us own, in
r '. 1 l .
bo iar as it is uiu ouiy pnospnaiu puw
der on the market. Ot course
dans; all know that tbore are many per
sons to whom the use of the phosphate
would prove very beneficial, and there
fore this powder may be recommended,
For the benefit of those who did not
see our July issue, we wish again to
state that in all instances our eiamina
tions'are made without any knowledge
on the; part of tho manufacturers that
such examinations are contemplated.
The goods will always be bought in
open market, and the. reports will be
as accurate as science can make them.
From Annals of Hygiene, Sept.
Simon Madole's Duel.
J. n. n. In St Louis Globe Democrat.
When I was on my finning trip down
in Southeast Missouri, a short time
ago, I met old Simon Aladole, the man
who had the historic duel with Gover
nor Clingham, .of North Carolina, that
to railroad transportation througu
dense population. Admit that under
these conditions, they can beat us in
producing wheat and corn, can't we
undor tho disadvantages with which
tho must contend beat them in butter .
I think wo can if wo set to work in
right good earnest and begin at the
rioht place. With the stock to improve
tho quality. With the food to increase
(he quantity. Cows will give as muoh
milk in Columbia county if properly
fed and cared for as they will on soils
naturally more fertile. Careful atten
tion to the herd will insure cows of an
high quality here as anywhere on earth,
if tho foundation stock be right
The keeping of animals affords a
ready means of adding fertility, and it
the growth or product of the animal
will pay for feed and care, it w
'herctoro an economical means of in
creasing tho ability' of the land to pro
duce. To begin with, tho proper stock
for the purpose must be had. If we
were expecting to produce cattlo to
market for beef we should havo the
animal best adapted to that end. If
we are to sell milk fresh from tho cow
wo would look for an animal produoinp
a lare quantity, and perhaps have
little concern as to quality. But if we
want an animal to produoe a large
amount of cream to selljto.the creamery
of to make giltedge,bn'tter ,for home
consumption v6r, soccial ''customers e
must select accordingly. To manage
btock successfully requires the observ
ance of several conditions. They must
Loss to tho fertility of the farm, the
manure dropped about tho watering
place and on the way, boing most of it
Loss again on tbo product in quality,
by having tbo water contaminated' by
the manure washed into It,
Finally the demand is for high cla-o
goods. There is soarooly ever enough
To the position assigned conoernini;
the product by the constiming worM.
then, we come at last' for the answer. t
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there was eo much lying about in the ing, but will yield fair crops if properly "oat nas prevailed to a
"fifties." It is hopeless to try to give fertilized and farmed. The old plan J0".- Perhaps, there, is
Madole's fine old Tennessee dialect, of seeing on how littlo cows may be " stated, by, thoae, ,
but a near as I can put it he tells the taken through the winter, must be
story tbus: "xou see, I went down abandoned if we are to go into dairying
there into that French brood kentry at that season and in its place wo will
and this man Clingham, Guvner Cling- do well to substitute the problem of
1 : 1. 1 1 -i, n - . . .
nam mwus meu, sera aiong auu raaac i trying to Una out now much fool they
u pemuuui (jufsiion, wnicn was an iuii i may De made to prolilably consume.
Call and examine.
of foolery and cJodgwted nonsense,
and along about tbo middle of it I up
and pintedly guv him the lie. Well,
be'sent his challenge to me, and I pass
ed the word back that I'd fight him
with swords, mounted. Now, I had a
olo oz brute that I bad trained to the
saddle, and be was vioouser than a
trouser's leg full of rattlesnakes when
I put the cinch to him; and he ud
specially' objected to any body tootin
a horn when ridin' bim. I had besides
a kivcrlet a bed kiverlet you know
in which was all colors of the rainbow,
although red and blue predominated.
"I put the kivcrlet on tho ox brute.
eincutu in tno saddle so that ins eyes
Our work in that diiection will vield
large amounts of manure with a com
paratively small amount of valuable
constituent carried away j muoh less
than is taken off wbcro grain is raised
and sold or where stock raiting is made
the1 means of producing a livelihood.
All profit iu feeding animals cither
lor growtn or product, comts Irom an
amonut of food supplied iu excess of
that needed to maintain the animals
life, and supply the waste of the system.
Or to state the problem differenily.
It takes a certain percentage of food
to maintain the animal economically.
now if only enough is supplied for that
purpose mere can do no return. The
ClcunacB the nnsul
beals the sores, re
stores tin' senses ol
taste and smell.
bulged out. I got nie an old rusty aniraal cau on u catft can..
Baur u,y grau iuer lit into m ive milki From a cart.fu) consider
ation of these facts the startling max-
I "That it
revolution with, tied on a cowhorn and
started for tho field of combat. Quv'ner
Clingham was there on a fino thor
oughbred jnare, with a three cornered
French rapeor in bltt hand, evidently
, thirstin' for my blood. As me and the
ox brute hove in sight there was what
tnese nere newspaper tellows call a
im is won mgu proved "That it costs
halt as much to starve an animal to I
death as to fatten it."
Then it follows that the more an
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It la ackuowl-dgad by tha praa and pnbllo to bo tbo
nioat populnr nnd cutortaitatos or lh klKku
eluaa montkllca. ' '
IllualrHted l'rtmlam I.lai, nnrt ajpoclail Jiu
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IS., irtkia paper la mcatlald. (-
sensation. Guv'oer Clingham declared Pro' ".ot ' tbe growth or product
....... . .... I nlnrin hnt. in tnn rpniniin loir fnr mannr..
he wouldn't fight such a outfit, but 1
took one lonir toot on the cowhorn and
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kind of jerked and shivered and stared
as though she didu't knnw whether she
was asleep or only dreamin', while the
kiverlet was a ilutteriu in tho wino,
and tha ox brute was a snortin' and a
pawin" aud a roakin1 for her, end on.
"Jhe guv ner was yellln' for me to
stop, but I des looted away on the
horn and let tho ox brute go. Thi
mare waited twell we got about ten
vard off, and then she nut out due
East as hard as she could lick, and you
can believe mo or not, but she never
even switched her tail twell she cross
ed the Calina line. Thcro'a been lots
of lying about the Clingham duel, but
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and nothing but the truth.'
Is tho souroe of health) therefore, to
keep well, purify the blood by tiikino
Hood's Sarsaparjlla. This medicine 1.
peculiarly designed to act upon the
blood, and through thnt upon all the
organs and tlstues of tho body. It las
a specific action, also, upon tho secret
ions and exertions, and assists nature
to expel from the system scrofula,
humors, impure particle, and iffete
matter through the lungs, liver, bow
els, kidneys and skin. It effectuall)
aids weak, impaired, and debilitated
organs. A trial will convince you that
It does possess peculiar curative powers,
alone but in tho residue left for.manure
as wen. Aiiotner tact is no dins un
its face stubbornly to be recognized,
only a few howover see it. It is thu.
Tho only dairy farmer's who make al
ptotiv wd en times are dull, as now, are
tnoso wno cave tne nest dairjf cowM
tney can ureeo or uuy, and wno give
tho closest attention to tho supply of
food ; that it be generous and of the
best quality, early cut, well cured h3y,
corn meal, bran middlings, oil meal,
roots, anything, everything necessary
to keep ui) thu How and quality ol the
milk and the physical strength and
power of the heid. Tho fact is thero-
f-iro apparent that only those who bend
their energies to the making of wido
awake dairymen of themselves will
succeed in making any mouey out of
tho business. ThiR fact so arpar ni
on every hand acd buforo us constant
ly in almost every other business at-
well, suould causo a Btroug push to
ward Ibe better way, but ttiero is nr
porciptihle push, those who graduate
from tne old unprofitable, wasteful,
shortsighted way of managing covvr
and dairy business are few and exoeed-
inuly slow about getting diplomas.
The aspirants are few and many even
of theso are conditioned at every ex
amination and turned back lo go over
tho lessons again The balance sheet
has the balance on the wrong side al
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so many keep out of bankruptcy Is
they make no balance sheet, lienci
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for all avfTecllurii ot the tttroat and luntrti, and
vrlrtov from Unpure bltwd and exbausuoa. The leble
and tick, Hnifrtrllnft acalnrt dlMiae, and (lowly drifting
to tha urare, will tn many cattee reuorvr their beaJU. by
the tiwelr une of I'arker'i OlrurerTonle, but dlar la dan
rerout. Take It la time, it u InraluaMe fur all ttaioa
aad dliordrB t-f lUimacU and Uwu, (Oo. at t)ruut-v
Cle&nsea and beautlflea the hair.
iever Fallt to Bailor Grey
HalrloUt Vnulkfail CaIai-.
Stopa all rata. Enaura oomfort to Ibi tvtt havarralla
lecura uoa&UatDruaflau. iilt-OI dt Col, N. V,
Boldlari tn Oljl Ag.
HOW T11ET AHK TREATED Dt FOREtOK
lo reply to official Intorrogatlon,
Gonornl John Black, Oimmlssinor of
Pension, has just received rotp rnost
of tho European iiatiorjg n obm'pcnsa
tlon of thi'ir lkws aitl'oustofaiB 'itr(iho
mailer ot pensions, and they 'are. by
oont raa t with our own, of profound In
terest in every colJlcr. General DIaok
has kindly giwn to tho Washington
correspondent of tho Chloago Herald
acct'sa to tho manu-eript of this im
portant corro'ipoiidtiiico, and ho lias
''boiled it down" within thu easy gia(
of the hasly reader.
1 ureign military laws axsume that
every citizen owen the state his life,
and io, of courf, that the state owes
tho citizen nothing. A pension, there
fore, in foreign coun tiles assumes the
distinct form of n charity, granted 10 a
man who owes society tho nervlco of a
lifo-limo without regard to any com
1 be French Kepublin grants pensions
for permanent disability and for iro-
long, d service tventy-fivo or thirty
years. This last i called a "retirement
pension," aud is, after thirty years,
$120 a year for a nrivaio soldier, and
other sums up to $2,000 a year for a
Maior-Gcneral. Tho ntlieer or private
is .allowed to ro enlist, ntd receives an
advanoo in his pay For all active ser
vice thoy aet time allowances to htslen
their service pension. A peniinn for
disability is alway- as great as tho ser
vice, and if entirely ilipabled thesoldiir
oan got an increase over it of twenty
of thirty per cent. A widow gets
about half the pension to which the
H'lldinr himself would have been en
The Frenob have a quot-r sort of
small pension called "the reform pen
sion." it bent-tits officers wbo are "oft
luty,'' who oan not b reoallea to active
service and are not entitled to the ser-
ice pension. Thev aro cither under
lying discipline or aro off duty on ao
ount of an incurable disability not
hown to be ohargeablo to tho service.
The pension systom of tho German
Empire is the most elaborate in Europt-.
f an officer is discharsed after ten
years for being incapacitated for the
urviou iie is anoweu a pension equal
to one-fourth of his former nay. and
one-eibhtirth additional fnr onrh war
TVELAWARE, LACKAWANNA. AND I of servico longer lhan ten years. Any
u 1.1 v. . Mw vmu lliWig 1.UIU IUO L. 1 1. V
on a pension. Widows' pensions are
granted only to those whose husbands
have died within one year of tho con
clusion of peace, and they nre good
for one year after widowhood and one
oar after marriaco.'' Widows of
Generals are allowed $350 a year ; of
Colonels and staff officers $300 : of
ne officers, $200. Nun commiKsioiiod
cers ana privates can claim an ln-
alid pension if disabled in the service
ir after a service of eight years. After
e ghteen years' service they are en
tied to a pension without disability,
I'he pension of privates and non-com-
us8ioned officer ranees from $2 to
$12 a month. The child of a deceased
fficer is allowed $50 a year as an
"Inoational fund till seventeen years
jf ago ; and each child of a deceased
private or con-commissed officer is on-
tied to $3.50 a month till the com
I'letion of the fifteenth yar.
All applicants for pensions iu Spain
ct pav tut tbt'ir claim has been pnBsed
n. i-rivaie xoimeis receive from SZ
i- $4 a month in cane of tntal disability
md afier twenty years of faithful ser
ice. Ofhcirs reoeive pern-ions il
$300 to $1,C00 a year for entire lor-sof
iuht or a limb in service. Soldicm
found betrciiiK arH ai rested, but if their
di-stituiion is caused by negligence of
an oiucer, tne officer i. puspended and
punished. All officers are allowed to
reiire on half-pay after twenty-five
years of faithful Bervice, and on full
pay alter thiriy-hve.
The pent-ion system in Russia is a
sort of soldiers' insurance company.
By a donation of thu imperial treasury
-tnd a taxation of the wholo army for a
inmDer ot years a lund of S550,UOU,
000 was accumulated, and from this
all pensions are paid, The pension to
mcers ranges trora $2U0 to $1,400 a
year, and the widow of an officer killed
in war is entitled to tho whole of her
husband's pension ; in case of ber death,
the children. Officers who are totally
disabled reoeive a pension equivalent
to their pay. Pensions are generally
distributed by a committee, which, in
uxing tne, amount,- takes note of the
beneficiary's financial condition, giving
him money in proportion to his needs.
The pension raaohine of the Mon
golians in very complicated and very
peculiar. Under the Chineso code no
-oldier, disabled or otherwise, has any
"right" to a pension, as the ponsiou de
pends,, not on any law or regulation,
but on the arbitrary exercise oi the
will of the Ump-ror. In fact, the
money occasionally receive-1 by dis
abled soldiers is not a til da "pension'
at a I, but "a mark ot compassionate
Tho heathen Chinese is sharp, in
gemous and lrual, tiu manager
ery nearly, to m ik his, warriors twht
for nothing and board themselves. The
pay of cavalry soldiers is about $2.50
mouth ; of infantry, $2 : and i t
troops on garrison duty, $1.25 a month.
If an ordinary infantry soldier is killed
iu batilo his relativps reoeive a gratuity
of $30 If he has no relat'oumhe sum
f $3 is appropriated to pay fur sami
licet at his Kravr. But the Cli no e
iroveriini' ia has one dodge that is coin
. : . ... i i ; . -1 .
uarutivujv llieiiieiinivu unu, lit aiu to
1' t . , a i
worn jiku u cnu'iii. t, gooti ueai oi
noney is saved eveiy year by proin'if
g d-ail officers itiHti ad of po stoning
tnem. iu tne ca o oi n uign nmoer nt
the seoond or third-class dying in oarni
of disease, "tho sixth-class button will
be oonirrred on his nldest son. Iu
tho. oose of death by i-t'irm, a little
monov and a good deal nf honor will
b awarded! tli dead mat) being p o
moled nt orce to a high brevet rank
Captain" being promoted ! be Colon.-
ra i ncs
TT.lrlrranVit the rjolaorjoua hntnonof .
tne blooa rnrurina; anq cuncninft u,1
, 0 3A ,10 16
0 41! 10 28
, 6 47
. 7 10
. T 14
, 7 19
. 7 47
, 7 55
. 8 07
wi.low GroTe -.. 8 is
, s as
, 8 37
, 8 2
, 8 67
, 9 07
For The NERVOUS
anil antovr-reamlufl' lb
tahed blo e
Itcurm.'haliltuai ronaWatlon, and
mm nts a w mla t h alii tX 1 1 rt ren Ath
ens the wbrnnth: rvnd ilh digestion.
DIURETIC. h- ,Ttr
In lu ernn'ponltlnn the best and most
effective rtriteok-s for disease of the
kidneya Ittan bo relied on to giro,
m,l.lr mII.I Inil .MtmlV PltM - '
HoolrfldJ ot tMttmcmlala haya bfran raoalrail
from bwaona who bate nal tbla ramadr with
frit. II. 05.' loll ki-SnttlaU,
WELLS, RICHARDSON A CO., Prop's
T. W, EDGAR,
OF ESPY, FA.,
Respectfully informs his friends and, public generally that' ho has refitted
his nlanlnir mill. In nddltion to tho planing mill work ho is now prepared to
fnrnish to ordor doors nn3 insido finish for houses.
veneered with all our native woods, also foreign woods, such as Mahogany,
Rosewood, ifca, &). All hard wood Mouldings is uscd.for Veneered Doors and
Inside Finish. All work shall bo guaranteed. Water proof Gluo is used for
veneering all onr Doors and Casings, Bso Boards, fco., fco. Also Walnnt,
Asb, Sycamore, Oak, Butternut, Maple, Cherry, Poplar, VoLctni, for sale at the
Mill, six to ten feet long, six to thirty inches wide.
T. W. EDGAR.
PERRINE'S apS ulALT WHISKEY.
m.minrmm ultui TtriiT Mult and mnrnntoed to bo cbemlcallr Dure
and tree tromlolurlous oils and I elds often contained In alcoholic liquors. It. 1
especially adabtcd topereons requiting a btimulallngtonlc, conmmpllTcs beln g
KTeatH benenited by. lis use. Kecommendr d by le.,dlng ijbytlc Una aa a Eluretlc,
fiervlnc. Torlo and Alterative. For lODtUH.ptlU'H it Is' lnioliinblc. rillllIMS'8
rUHB iIaHLKT MALT WHISKEY Insurea a return of ulaor to the btomacli, a good
appetite, a rich and abundant Mood and lncreaki'd nesh and muwular tlteue, A
stimulant mild ana gentle In enect. Pjsrcpsla, Indigestion and all wasting an
. na hA a. timtv f-nnnitru-prt ihn usenr 1 erilne 1 uie lift ley alt Whiskey.
It Is a tonlo nnd diuretic and a powerful strcngthener to the entire system. FEll-ltlNB-s
Funs UAltLKY WALT VMbKEl has proved a medlclnal protection to
thnm who -nnrnua their avocatloria in the open air and whose dally no
Kork calls It
exceptional powers nf enauranee. Ask sour neareti arupgisi or grocer rorjor
rKKltlNE'SrUltE BAIILKI Mail WUinat 1 icmra vuc runuico ui iuiwuiu
out with exccsslTQ oodlly or mental effoit and acts as a safcgunid against exposure
i.. inj rinn'na wnatiier it will driTB all mdlarli us dlMawa from the system.
C Hard workers of erery Tocailon and peraons whom a sedentary lite renders prone to
Dyspepsia nna m rernne h rurc uairej
Molf' Whiskey a powertol lnvlirorant
and helper to digestion. rEUHINK'S
rjUKK llAKLRx, MALT W111HKKY
' without, nnriuir atlmulatuiif the kid-
n-ys" Increases their Bagging aotlylly,
counteracts the elfocta of fatigue, has-
mm fftnTrtlpvpnca and
i and prompt diuretic Watch tha label I
None genuine unless bearing the; slgna-
The analysis as It appears by tho Lai
.Del on every Dome: i nave careiuuy an
Ulyzed thel'OKa uarlkt Malt vvma
(XT made bv M. i J. K I'crrlno and Ond
'it entirely tree from fusel oil, furturol,
inetais ana acias anu is uuuiuiu
pure." Stgnea, Camilla Arthur Hater;
tiraawilr UJ irir orurtTauirs UJ jiwwi.
tferfeo ona eiioaaen
lii bum ly ailarul 1st
and grocers throughou"
the United K talcs ana
37 NORTH FRONT o L . ooN ( J R I H WA lBIt 81., i'tHLiia.
ow i.le ny nRDOfi8TS vjo r.t, nua.LKm. ta
HANDSOME WEDDIHjO, BIRTHDAY
i, .S THE WONDJER
a S VniLalA
Combining a Parlor, Library, Smoking, Ilrcllntng or Invalid
Tfif "y flfi an'l up. EcOd stamp I at-SIIIFPKO lo all
Xf B ip'iVt for Catalogue. parta bt the -world.
'Xll furnished A An to mat lo Coacli Bralce. and Itrtlled
our yrtiolesatv prUx Bend stamp for Catalogue and mention carriages.
THE LUBURC MANF'C CO.. 145 N. 8th St.. P.hllada.. Pa.
Connections at liupert with rhlladelpht-. A
Reading Itallroad for Tamanend, Tamaqua, Will
lamsnort. Uunbury. rotlsvlile. ttc At Northum
berland with P. HE. Dlv. P. n. R for Uarrtsburg,
Lock ilaven, mponum, warren, corry and Erie.
v. ji. jiAxajkAU, uen. aian..
Philadelphia & Erie R. R, Divis
ion, and. Northern Central
in effect FSB. s, 1883. Trains leave Banbury
u.40 a. m.. Sea Shore Express (dally except
arriving ai rnuaaeipnia s.id y. m. : new iora.
8.50 D. m.! Baltimore. 4.40 d. m.: Washington
0.60 d. m.. connectlmr at PhUadelnhla for all Sea
Shore points. Through passenger coach to
1.13 p. m. Day exprea
dally except Sunday), for Uarrtsburg and lnterme-
uiaio stations, arnving at, ruiiauuiyai.
S.E0 o. m. New York. S.3S n. m. i Balumon
7,Q p. m. ranor car
P. A. LKHMANN
send for circular
tie. gold by drurelats. WIHCBEfTilH CXI..
CheiDlata, Irt wiluav atmt, Hew York. iaUM4t
tt and M per but
L1EHIG COIPANY'S KXTRACT
OP MKAT. Plneat and Chenwst Meat Fia.
vouring Stock for Koups, Made Dishes and
saucea Annual aaie 8 uuv,u.u jars.
LIEMG COMPANYS KXTRACT
OC M'AT. An Invaluable tonlo. "Is s sue
orss and a boon for which nations should
reel grateful." see 'Jiedcal 1'reas," "Lan-
UENUINE WITH BLUE SIGNA
OP UAItON LIEBIO In tao-almlle across label.
Jilgbly rerommended ai a night cap Insiead
UEBIQ COSII'ANY'S EXTRACT
OP MEAT. To be had of all HtorekeeDera
Grocers and Chemist, sole agents tor the
uiiitra Mates (wuuiremounui i- uavi a
Co., Fen church Aveuuu, Londoa, Bnilana.
6.45 d. m. i Washington.
through to Philadelphia and passenger coachot
T.4S n. m. Kpnovo Accommodation Idail)
Ing at Philadelphia 4.25 a. m. ; New Vork 7.10 a. m.
uaitimore, s.is v m. ; Washington s.ob a. m.
Hleeplng car accommodations can be aecured at
uamspurgiorrauaoeipciaananew iork. untsun
days a through sleeping car will be run; on thi
train from Wllllamsn't to Fhlladelnhla. PhUadelnhla
assengera can remaininsieeper undisturbed unt
2.M) a. m. Erie Mall (dally excent Monday.
for Uarrtsburg and Intermediate stations,
M IUg HV I UUMlCIrUI. o.w a. iu. ..ctt .via,
ll.v. m. ; Baltimore 8.15 a. m. ; Washington, V.nO
a. m. i nrougu ruiiman sleeping oars are ruoun
taus tram 10 rnuaaeipnia, uaiumore ana v asains
ton, and through passenger coaches to Phlladel
pnia ana uaitimore.
s.iua. m Erie Mall (dally excent Bundayl. lo
Erie arl all Intermediate stations ana uanandal
gua ard Intermediate stations, Kochester, Buffa-
lUBUuniauaiaiaiu. niui luniuKil ruiiuio,u riu-
ace ears and passenger coaches to Erie and uocn-
U.B3 News Express (daily except Sunday) ror
near uaveu ana inierrouuiaiti stationa.
12.63 p. tn. Niagara lCxpress (dally except sun
y) for Kane ana Intermediate stations and Can
aigua anapnncipai intenneaiau. siaiions,
It r healer, Uufl
through passenger coaches to Kane and Kochester
and parlor carlo WUllamBport.
o.au d. m. rasL une (asiirxcenL nunaaTiior lie-
novo and Intermediate stations, and Elmira, Wau
ains ana lntermeaiaie svauons, w ita luruugu paa
senirer coaches to Itenovo and watUns.
v.uu a. m. ounaay mail tor uenovo ana inierfo?.
THROUGH TRAINS FOR SCNBIHT FROM TEE
- duuu.j wan iHtica . ui.uciiJu.a .4U n. ui . - I o I " -
Uarrtsburg T.40 arriving at Sunbury 9.W a. m. with I aid Cunilfls to bo Xnior-GooernU. tit
tLrouirhsleeolnircar from PWladalrjhla to wit " . , . ' ' J" '
news oxnress leaves raiiaaeiouia t.ou a. m.
narrtsbunr. j.!0 a. m. dally excent Sunday
arriving at Sunbury 9.U. a. m.
magara uxpress leavea
rmiaoeiDnia. v.u a. m. : uauimore r.au a. m. taauy
except Sunday arriving at Sunbury, 1.6J p; m.,
with through Parlor car from l'hllaaelohla
ana mrougn passtuigef ooaones rrom rnuaaei.
nma sun ill umnra. - "
Fast Lino leaves New York 9.00 a. m. : Phlladel
Dhla. 11.60 a. m. : Waahlnirton. 8. so a. m. Haiti
more, ia49 a. m., (dally except Sunday) arriving at
sunbury, 6.3(ip,m., with through .passenger
cuauuoa iruiu I uiiouciuuia auu uuiiuuuro.
Kruiaiaii leaves now runt d.uuu, m. 1 I'miaaei-
10.00 D.m.: iialtt
'on. as it U oi-rtain tlmt tbnv are (lend.
In this way a good deal of money ig
avt?, rosiumoiH rank, is madf a
nrt of lefal tendnr. It la rem.iikfthl
that tbiH shrcwil idea lias not been
niliri d in otlior oraike in tho French,
phla, 11.23 p. to. j WashlngUia, :
00 D.m.: Iialtu
more, ii.ku p. in., tuaiiy eaeepaaturaay) amvmg
at Sunbury 6-10 a. m., with through Vullmaa
Sleeping cars from Philadelphia, Wi
uaiumurv anu vuruujfu paaseager
MUNUUll V, IIA.I.KTON Sc WII.KHHnAllRB
KAILUUAU AIM II iUllTJI ANU WUMT
fiaram.ll Ha l-HAI,
(Dally excent uunoay.l
s Mail leaves sunbury t-ii
arriving at Bloom Ferry 10.44 a. m.,
5.aiin. in. '
Express East leaves Sunbury 5.M p. m-. arriving I
at Bloom Ferry U p. m.. Wllkes-barre 7.65 p. ta I
Sunbury MallleavM Wllkesbarre law a. m. IrrtT-
ingaiuioom rerry ii.4 a. m.,nunoury ix.4ap.ni
JMfim.nn.IOAm niiac-ifaingvou. hi,,
rivwH at ii loom. Ferry 4.s p. m., Huntor
Sunday mall leaves Sunbury 9:24 a. m., arrlvtng
av diwuui i viij iv:io a. iu., miaca-uarrc ii:aa a-ui
has revolutionized the world dur
Ing the last half century. Not,
ventlv- nroirresii la' a method and
system of work that can tie performed all over the
country witnout senartlng the workers from their
homes. Pay liberal; any pne can do the worki
iihki no, ,uuuij ur uiu; uu special uuuuy ro
oulred. Canltal net needed: you are started rrea.-
i minis out ana return to us ana we win send
VOU frflrt. nnmplhlni? nf irrpnt. ..In. owrt imiw.t?
ance to ou, that will start you, la business, which
will bring you In more money right away, than
anythmgjelse In the orld. Grand outfXjrtii
Auureua iaiia a. M.f Augusta, juaine. lyaocso
frequntly followlbaV ooM or oxpotiDre, or t torn Oonp
I Ttiay aVrti HtrAnathaanlntf Lath stntli-A arvarfiii. I m nari
Hand at acooiiitDOdatvon laavei wlU.e8-4Uarre6.16 1 totA9rndiuuiuir joiviuufcDcUoMoruJr
0UA8. B. PUQU,
j. H. wnnn
MB, FaaVJlrgvar aVflaat
Tha followlnr boon ara pnWl.b.4 In naat panpolat 'farm, priniaa irqm rooo rssanit on ooa
1 UaVaUaHTUJlIlT llliaau aataru. ftliv v ai wiKuvwaa.-a.v--r-" . .
PftMr, nd anj ot tbtm htvdionilf lUittmtd. Thty r; wl
Libtd In ar Ud4 or Usfuc, nnd ramlih to ttt tasmto of
Utorfttart of tht dur t tbt raoittrlCInr tiptDM. . la D7 ot
timti tbo prlco at wfilrti tbtf aro br oaitd. Each ontli coi
tha Daoola an optvortunitr to i ecuro tbo
otbr aerie that great vorka
lOokt aver pub
leeora tha belt
would con many
completa to itself;
Ta rortj-JHal Habit. A Xoval. By M. T. CilMa.
ThftlllduakrnVRcata a ny BTi-.nrt jr.
Tbel'url oftt cOevan. A Kot-1. By Claba Aoscit.
IUIUw Ah 11 all. A Hot... By UaaaiT Blovht
CUtTo llaate. A Html. If Btt W. Jlaioa.
Vm4mr Uo LUea. A Koti. By tba asttvwr af Oora
Tbe .DUntMd BrtMeloi. A Kovl. By Hrt.BaiaT
TaoLawyor,napL AHol. By Vltt y.B.Bataia.
The HtraaK Coae of Dts Jekjll ood Mr. llyd. A
Xovtl. By U. L. (tTiTio-
A IVIcbtd Ulrt. ANov.1. DrMiiT Cboil Hat.
Lady Volwortla'a Dlamondi. A lo4. By "Ti
Hctwcl Twa Blaa. A Xt1, By Iht tfttbor ( " Dora
TTh Nino of IlMiia. A Ko-tl, ByI).L.riuivV.
TnaHaaV aVavMsiaias. IKatlt. B f PLDBKNCB W ABDIIt. .
A Low Morrlaco. A Kot-1. By MUi UotocK. TUut
Wm.cn of ta WoHd, wiTtnufc otaa.
Ulea dMcrlplkoi sd HlMtrttloBi of tht tnoit woaiarfBl
w.ri.ofBUr BB.of taan. Vary tattrcillBC aad ItuHrtvctlTe.
Vfoador f tho He A dMcrlplton of t)i m0y vondtr
frJ b4 bMBttrvit tnlai foBftd bI tb bottom ( tb 4md, wilb
MA1PlcMBraKaartloitf' atod Other Bkctchtt. By
NJMUI AtLBit'i WitTS." A coIImIIm of IrrMUtlbty taf
ikMcaMyia iTKMtiMratBrbBiiioraMvmarvrthBaBy. 1
Tho Aoot BCecloI. bt Cta AcBotrt, tothor
Of Tb Bi UoeBBiBBta." A. mot rldlcolouly (unay tk
-lBBary wj Mtullo Wl4ow Badott."
ChrtitBiu Btrla, ay Cbiblbi Dictatti. Cm Ulna
Bknbarof tb VvaoatcBtrfltlBK Cbrtetmu atorlea arar wrlllaa
By thraataal wrttarwhoarar Itvad. Eafbona taeomplata,
Udtho EvonlaaT atomp. A book of atotlaa, ptcurai,
mtBiaa aad i Mne; for ttio tlltla fbtVa nt honia.
aa.aila,aUaualtailHaaal akaal nia1aaaaVaa. hnmOrftfli. drkBtaV
tie and pkthattc, IndndlBa'all tba Utearaval aad meat popnlarV
Th Bcir.Mode Me or Modern TImo. , oobmibb for
raiu and blocraphlM or Cbvmu Mll-aiada Antrfoaaa, from ta
ilma of FrMkll ta lb praaant.
roawlllor QoarUtioiiar' CwoUlalBf tba oHla aad BaUr
ohl af natty pbrua rrta.natly Ml ta rtadlai aad
tloo. ATlBablWvrt(iarrc'.'n ' '
Low Ufe lo Wow York. A Mriaa f rUtd pas pleUm
abowiar tb dark alda r lira la tba $ raat ctty. Itlutrtid:
Th Hood to Woalth. Hot bo BdTartlalaf ctrealar,
Bat o t boron (hi y practical work. BolBtlBf bb O'lrayay
whteball may make money, akiUy. rapidly and bonaatty.
Oo I1undr4Ml l0pul(tr xoga, HatlmaBtattrtbtI(T
Bd comtc, IboIuiUdi moat at lb ft? oriwa. ar a1 old.
6lr Nocl'a lltr A Neva). Br kin. Hat Aama TiBUt:
A Ilorterrd I4ffc A Na?al ,By Mabiob Habiamd
An Old Mbq'b SMrila. A BvTtl. By atra. Aaa
avrMtt7aa lt1 tln1 ana. M.iiv tKa ahyiai KywWal ti Mail TvAt natrl tllXMI '
SSCcntaaoyliHnryrfor0 4'entattha CDUralUttMtKoaii)ror7a Ontaitho oi.ttro lit tmuii.1 in biiardf
with clutli buck. for Thlal-tbBTeawt bargain mbbnkBT-roffrrl. Donotfall totkeatlvBtit4irnrit.
BatliftirttonnwiruHtfdarvurArv rtfumUd. Poat-ita atampi taktn for fraction of a dolltr, Aa to our rrtUbllltr.
w re'rr ti auy iia(m(r putUaba't In Hw V.rk. IlkrwlKi Mi th notuni-rcl) Atftnl. All onlci HMed by
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m mm i-oiaoa i JiaoBa
MoatUrmnoe. A NoTtl
rarartMar tbTaa Patira.
A IM-ywHahfa JaughUn
By tba BBtkor of "Dora
HoTal. Ur Flobbhcb Uabbtat.
Br Mr. Hrhbt Wood.
A Nol. By lira. Albiawmb.
iter. ANovtl. Br lira. Akiiib
rlr hot rolae. A Moral.
Tli an. a Ilualoarn J.
Lantraater'a Cabin. A HotaL By Uri. M.T.Viotob.
aVlorcnee Ilntoa'a Oath AHoral. By n. Miai
A. DaxtaoM, Uwtrolati.
Tho tVooioo Hater. A Hoval.. By Dr. J.H.Boantaoa
Tho CaUforaU Cahln. A Kottl. By M. T. Oaldob
n rfo-lrtof only 13 Cental any ten foi
By the following well known makers;
Hullet & Davis.
Can also furnish any of the
cheaper makes at manufacturers
J trices, jpo not buy a piano lie
ore getting our prices. m
Catalogue and Price Lists
J?-a 'l-Vaa-IM -
- jjjf aTz.aaaaia
T,'rVaIacra. NETS. TENTH and SFOItT-
ax&AiijCS, "ma goods.
Double Barrel lireech Loading shot uuns, choke
bored, 110 to tiuo. single lireech Loadln; Shot
aunaM to t25. Every kind of Ureech I oadfngand
Repeating ItlBes, 13 to Wl Muzzle Loadlnir Dou.'
bl Shot Duns, fx to $3.1. rJingle Shot auns.t2.t0
to lltoo. nevolvers H.00 toiio. Double. Action
Belt cockers, p.tO to $10. All kinds ot artndk'es,
Jshells, caps. Wads, Tools. Wwder Flasks, hiot
Pouches, Primers, send cents for Illustrated
Catalogue. Address. OltKAT WE8THKN QUN
WO It KB, 631 SMlTIlTlELD ST., F1TT8BUH0, PA.
N. II. This Is a ).year-old, reliable firm. Per.
fectly trustwprthv, ordra tilled promptly and
g-oods sent by mall or express to any part of the
world. No matter what you want In the gun line
you can get Hat the Orat yfestrn .t;y .writing a
letter,' ' J
Guns made to Order. Guns and Revolvers
CLOTHING q CLOTHING!
THE MERCHANT TAILOR,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Sidta made to prder at short notice
and aOtalwnyu guaranteed ornoeale.
Osll aiid examine tie largest and best
ueieoioa stools ot goodn.ever shown In
Ptqrt-next door to First National ilauk,
Sen Wonders exist In thousands ot
forms, but, 're surpassed by the marvels ot
Invention. Those who are In need of prof.
llBlilft work rlAt nun hn rlnnA wlilln irnf
at home should at once send their address to
uaiiebsro.. i-oniano, m a me, ana teceive free,
full Information how either sex. ot all ages can
earn from to S5 ter iav and unwarda whpr-
ever they live. You aro started f re-. Capltnl not
re(ulrud. Somo have made over $so in a single
day at this work. All -leered. lydecao. '
CHEAP EXCURSIONS TO
( ALII OIJl i
Yta Mtiirmrt.PaiiJle Ku-, & Iron Mountain Route.
All the enlef coupon omcesln the United stales
and Canada will have on sale excursion tlctfrtji ar.
greatly reduced ratea to Los Angeles, San Diego,
IuK Wednesday, Ja- uarv 11 and February 18, '
via Iron Mountain Route; ond Kansas Uty.Thurs.
day, January 18 aud February IT, via Missouri Pa
clflo Ry janaor4t.
Receipts for the cure of both msrncoa
are home troitments; no drugs; ingredi
ent In eery houwj ha cured uh and
thousands of others. Price by mall, 80c.i
fpr ono, or both, 10c. (Stamps.)
MILLS & CO.,
30 North nth St.,
.tmAh.l CORK I do not mean mere y to
stop iheni lor a time, and then have tlienfre
turn'wtair,. t Mk A 1IAD1CAL UURK.
I have made lie disease qf vuu'"
KTS, EPILEPSY or
A!! Vi!l:.tut,lr' 1 waiibant my remedy to
laVMiViV"1 "J65- le"8 others navo
L Jirf f .'.'.f.'uon " "pt now, recelv lnt a cure
fri?i .J'. Hmcf,-, " co,t '" nolhliiK tor n
trial, and ll lll cure you Addrrn
H.fl. ROOT.M.C. J8JPMilSlNtwY0IK
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