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WHAT YOtm fniENDS AND NEIOH30U8
SAT ON A .MATTKH or VlTAIi
JJolow will bo fouiiil n samplo of tho
mnltittulo of letters of rnoottragemont
JIcbsts. II. II. Warner fc. Co., of U
choatcr, N. Y., dally receive The
subjoined unsolicited teatlmonn's aro
from your frionds nnd neighbor, lnd
ios and gentleman you know and cs
teem for their honor nnd atraightfor.
wardness, nnd who would scorn to be
a party to any deception. What bu
been done for others can be dono for
you, and It is folly, nay sulci. In', to
Buffer when tho means of recovery lie
at your very door:
West Philadelphia, (373a Centre
SL Jan 1st. 1888 Mv flrrandiuothor
Buffered ten years with kidney disease
and irritation of tho bladder. Sbo
could not walk straight nor could she
steep ton minute at a tlmo. She had
several doctors, but they all failed to
civo her relief. Sho took "Warner's
Safe Cure" six bottles in all togeth
er with several bottles of "Warner's
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4 vears aoo and sho ha? been woll over
since. Uer natno is Mrs. Mary Evan,
No. 3788 Centre St., West Philadel
phia, Pa. All of my relatives as well
as myself take "Warner's sate cure.
I recommend it to all of my frionds.
West Philadelphia, Pa., (.852 N,
52d St.). Deo. 7th, 1887. I can most
oositivelv cortifv to iho merits of
"Warner's""Safe Remedits." I cuffer
ed and was pronounced incurable by
prominent nhvsicians. As a last to-
sort and without faith, I commeneod
using "Warner's S fe Cure" and "Tip
pecanoe" with surprising results.
Details would be revoltitnc it was
one of the severest cases on record.
will cladlv roolv to anv it tters and
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statement will bo the means of iuflucn
cine somo one to employ tne same
means for their recovery.
Chester. Pa.. (710 Hiukson St.),
Jan. Kith, 1888. 1 have bien onied by
tho use of "Warner s Safo Cure" of
verv severe form of Itidney disorder aU
tended with excruciating paiu so ttat
I was unable to be on ray tei'i tor any
length of time without the moM. tin
bearable pain. I think "Warner's
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Pottsvillk, Pa., D.-0. 14, 1887. I
have used half a dozeu bottles pi
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medicine can take its place.
Dallamown, Pa.. Deo. 12, 1887.
"Warner's Safe Remedies ' are well
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people, great relief.
Starrucca, Wayne Co., Pa., Jan.
28, 18H8. I have taken a gr at many
bottles of "Warner's Safe Cure," and
can recommend it as the bent medicine
I have ever taken. "Warner's Safe
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By Prof. Dorkmus, of B-llt-vue Medi
cal Coll g', Ne York.
Elnl'oraie experiments on tho effect
of the residue left by cream tartar and
other baking powders on gastric diifct
tion, showed that the digestion of al
bumen bv gastrio juice was greatly re
tarded by the residue which would bo
left in biscuit made by cream of tartar
tiakint; powdets. Beside retarding
the digestion of albumen, it wa ob
served that thn tartrate residue render
ed the mass liable to ferraeutive chang
es. That tho phosphates can have any
detrimental influence on cither gastric
or intestinal digestion is improbable,
since the iuices of the digestive organs
contain thene salts in relatively large
proportion. Indeed, at one time, the
acidity of the catno jutce was consid
ered by muny to bo due to the presence
r t l !.! I.'
oi pnoHpnunu uuiu iu uuiuuiuauuu.
Practically, the "acid phosphate" as
prepared by 1'rof. Horxford has been
foun.d to act with great benefit in some
types of dyspepsia.
Whilo tfiero are many baking pow
der mixtures of quite dissimilar com
ooehi.in. vet thev have essentially but
one office, that of ruisirg bread. Tboir
action may take place at the time of
kneading or subsequently. 1 he may
possess some advantage in regard to
cost or quantity to be used, iu the
residue, if there is any, being either
smaller or lm uimriou. than some
other : but in all as cave one, the
element of addl g a nutriiiv. eharaete
to the bread is entirely lackitiL'.
Unless a phosphato form one of tho
ingredients of a baking powder thero
is no residue left of nutritive value.
We are in the position to-day to
elect from amontf many ot approxim
ately equal value in other respects, a
powuer uumioru; wmuu uiiau wiruugu
the foresiorht of one versed in science,
surpass all competitors in pos-esing the
to the flour nutritive elemonte.
AH sons at Potion
Mr. Vt F, I)ler, AJitHO'H Ag'nt of
tha Brooklyn Kief U4 JtulltoJ, wriUt.
"IntUmtuatory rheuintlia twtlltd my
legt nd rma to twice licit oatuml aim
I auffnad airt mlating pain Vour won
derful H B. 3., uiada a complrU (.ure.
ilajor Hiduay Herbert, editor ol the
Pentium Vultiwtor and Unit Farmer,
Atlauta, Oa., wrltra! "I bate fully teaUd
the rlrtuea ot Bwiffe Specific, both at a
rheumatiam cure and a tonio It baa doue
Tan more tban ita proprietotl olalm for It
Mr. Mioliael LonB', Jr., with tbe Stro
bridga Litli.'K'rpliin Co , Ciutfuukti, Obio,
writea; "1 suffered lor two yeare with a
terrible itching and painful eurea on my
seek, arms, bands and tiuKtia No pby
siciau aiutd belp mo U. ti. S relieved
me perfectly and I fci-l HV" a new mn
lira. Amanda Ingle, ol Uastrmla, W 0,
writes i "My baby, wben lour uontbi
old, dtielnpad acrolula. He bad two lo
vers risings and Horn on tbe neck. I aent
for our laiuily pbyaii ian, who pronounced
it acrolula, and rreirrlbed B. 8. S. lor it.
I rare tbe baby SKU. and It a-on got
tbe dlaeaw under ooutrol. Tbe aorta are
healed, and tha baby la well and healthy.
1 know ti. B. a. eared its life, and I told
our doctor so. He ia a regular physician,
and preeurllwl 8.8 H lor the baby as soon
as he saw it had anrnfula
TreatiM ou Wood and Hkin Diseases
mailed free. Til ft WIT UfSVIWO Co
Urawsr B, AUUta, Ua.
Frotcotion and 1'inWton.
A few weeks aco Mr. Andrew Car
negie of Pittsburg indulged in a mourn
ful lamentation over the prospective
disaster to labor in tho event of the
passage of tho Mills tariff bill. This
protects! millionaire, who some time
ago laid up daily a net pr. fi of $5,000
m uls investment in nis steel worst,
is now' engaged In a terrible battle
with his employes over tho question of
their wages, ifo still has the protection
of the war tariff but refuses to p
his workingmen tho wages thoy re'
quire. Ho hps employed other men and
has hired a squad of Pinkerton delec
tives armed to thw t' eth to oi foroo Ins
polioy ol employing tho ohapost la mr
And yet Mr. Carnegie is" ono of the
mot liberal omplojers in any "proteot-
From this epispdo lot Avprkingmen
learn that the tariff has nothing to do
with fixing tho price of labor, liven
so generous a roan as Andrew oarne-
gie retuses to share witn nis woraing
mon tho profiw a high tariff puts in
his pocket. He, also, llkeall other
omployers, seeks to secure his labor at
tho lowost possioie price, mi muu
are selfish in greater or less degree.
Charity begins at home even with pro
fessed philanthropists liko Mr. Car
Tbo tariff laws do not oxpel tho sol
fish demon from the human brean,
but rather give him greater control of
the man. Tho employer regards tho
benefits they confer npon him as exclu
sively his own, and seeks to enhance
them by reducing tho wages ot his.em
ployos. What a sham, therefore, is
this pretension that tho tariff affords
protection to labor Patriot.
Tlie Orown Prinoe's Joke-
war oehmant's comino kmi-kiior suf
fered THREE DATs' IMPRISONMENT.
From the Newcastle Chronicle.
A German resident who was a stu
dent at Bonn with tho present German
Crown Prince relates of that personage
that some timo after leaving the uni
versity he asked, in a mysterious man
ner, of a certain officer in Berlin,
whether he had heard that the array
urn to be mobilized in twenty-four
hours. The offioer rashly took it as a'
definite assertion and court secret, but
it did not long remain a secret in his
hands. lie mentiont-d it in a whisper
to someone else: tho reporters got ou
the scent, and before two hours it w
in capital letters: "Army Mobilizatio."
in Twenty-four UoUrs!" in all the eve
ning papers in' Berlin. Then all wa
hnrrv nnd nnnntprnntion and inauirlf.
Acainsi whom was me wan
Francet Against Russia! Was it
Austria! Was it Italy! Was tht
Fatherland invaded! Nobody knew
Thn crenerals were asked; they de
nied all knowledge.ibut wero disbeliev
ed. They inquired, however, tor
themselves; and after the report ha
spread, causing a panio through nil
Europe, it was bnally traced dsck i
its source, l'rinco William wan b -verely
reprimanded by his grandfather,
who gavo him three days' arrest fo
his intended joke.
A Long-Lived Family.
Talk of longevity! Here is a well-
nnthenticated little story of a family
of centenarians in Hungary, oil paint
ings of several members ot whion are
now in the possession of a family at
Atx-la-Unapelle. Ai ine Daon oi tu
life-size pioture of the old gentleman
there is an inscription in quaint, old
fashioned German to this effect:
"Janos Robin at the age of 172 years
Graeoi Ritus; has been married 147
years, was born and lives at Szodora;,
his children, two sons and two daugh
ters, are still alivej the youngent of
them is 116 -years old, and has tw
great-grandchildren, of whom one i-thirty-five
atid the other tenty-sevet'
years old." The inscription at the
back of the old lady's picture is "Sara,
bis lawful wife, aged 168, born a'
Szodora." And this happy famib
actually emigrated from the scene of
his long labors as a tiller of the soil,
and ended his days, if the old chron
icles are right, in some corner oi
A Letter from Governor Carrier
"Pond's Extract Company, No,
TPHth nnenue. New York CltU i
Gentlemen : I have used Pond's Ex
tract in my family for several yoars,
and have found it a most desirable and
"RYfip.nt.ive DeDartraent. the State of
New Hampshire, Concord, N. H.
Deo. 3, 1887."
Pond's Extract is invaluable for all
kinds of Pain and Inflammation.
Excellence invites imitation. Be
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Dead Letter flic Museum.
Connected with the dead letter office is
a sort of museum, where curious articles
that come In tho mails and cannot be re
turned to owners are placed on exhibition.
In the cabinets which extend round the
room aro shown articles Innumerable nnd
varied, many of which have histories.
There are pictures and toys and Jewelry
without number. Several Indian hatch'
ets which were unclaimed give to oiie of
the cabinets an archaeological appearance,
and a pair of Indian pipes of red sand
stone cross each other in truly peaceful
style. One ot the rare curiosities la a
sheet of parchment, on which Is pinned
the Lord's prayer In At tjr-f our languages.
It is said to be a duplicate ot a parchment
which hangs lu St. Peters's at Home.
A Barber's Observations.
The loquacious barbers now and then
have Intervals when they remark Inci
dents that escape the attention of many In
tbo tear and man o: lire, "xou Bleep on
the right side ot your body," one ot them
said the other day, es he clipped the) semi
blonde hair of a customer. "Why? Bo
cause don't you see that your hair Is
thicker on the right than on the left slder
We can readily tell on which side a cus
tomer sleeps. The heat Is confined to the
side ot the head resting on tho pillow, and
that heat makes the hair grow thicker
about the temple." The barber didn't
explain the accepted statement that the
constant wearing ot the bat produces so
much beat that men addicted to tbe prac
tice are bald. New York Bun.
For The NEHVOUS
THE WORK REVIEWED.
LESSON Xllt, FIRST QUARTER, INTER
NATIONAL SERIES. MARCH B8.
Derelopmenta of Life and Doctrine! aa
TaURlit In the t.eions for the first
Threo Month nf the l'reent Year Pre
pared Especially for Thll Taper.
Tho lessofis 6f'l!io hrst quarlci- open with
the conflict In tlib'nilrid of Herod and his com
plete surrender to sin an appalling llluitra
tlon of how rapidly alp accumulate. Oice
Inquired by the brilliant and wicked Uerd
dlas, he proceeded to violate In rapid succes
sion tho most vital commands In tbe. Jewish
law. marrying his brother Philip's wife while
her husband and till bwn wlfe'"were alive,
then living In open violation of tha law,
then Imprisoning John the Bnptlitt and
finally having him murdered at the instiga
tion of n profligate dancing girt Such are
the stops from lust to murUor, as so often
shown in our own criminal courts. The,
mother sinned, the daughter sinned with hor;
in consequence John the Ilaptist lost bis lffe,
but Herod lost his Immortal souL
John tho Uilptlst had excited such interest
In tho minds of devout Jews, who boned for
a Messiah speedily, that soon after hjl death
somo of them came to Jesus and asked ques
tions, showing that they behoved or trusted
that ho was John returned to life again.
J cots retired for n while to a "desert- place"
on tho north side ot the Sea ot Tiberias.
There he performed the miracle of "feeding,
the multitude," which is the subject of the
second lesson of the quarter, nis remark!
to the disciples teach the great lesson ot com
panion that Christians must do all .within
their power to relievo physical suffering, aa
Well ns moral. How deeply this doctrine
was Imprinted in the new system is shown
by ono glorious and significant fact! Among
tho earliest acts of tho Christians, after they
obtalned.toleratlon, was tho Inauguration of
hospitals) and of all the grand charitable In
stitutions of the World today, not one In a
hundred is under other than Christian direc
tion. Tho modern hospital system is the
child of Christianity. Heathenism could
point to Its temples and altars, and Infidelity
boasts of Some orators and public balls; but
neither of them is capable of luch sacrifices
,os are shown ,by the devoted women who
walk In danger and pestilence to relieve the
sick, and neither ever founded such institu
tions as maLo glorious and immortal the
names of ao many benevolent Christians.
The third lesson Jesus Walking on the
Sea teaches his divine mastery over na
ture and tho necessity of fnlth in his jxiwcr;
and the fourth Jesus and the Affected em
phasizes tho teaching of tho second. Tho so
called Conoanltlsh woman, whose daughter
was healed, nas one of that ancient race
bordering Juden on the southwest substan
tially the same people as the Phoenicians and
Carthaciniaiis, a people detested by the Jews.,
Hence this miracle was a matter of surprise
to the disciples. The firth losson Peter Con
fessing Christ contains the material for
many thousand volumes' of controversy. It
is sufficient to say here that Peter's answer Is
the sum and substance ot Christian faithi
"Thou art the Christ, tho Son of the livih'g
Ood." FVom thl's tlme Jesus began to unfold
his mission to the disciples, but charged them
that as yet they should not proclaim it. It
was well for them to fully master the great
fact before they undertook to teach it to
oluem. The fact of, His divinity being thus
sot lortn, lue succtxxiuig jeasutia u ua w UB
vclop the nature of his kingdom and the
method ot obtaining a shore lu it.
First in this serial development is "The
Transfiguration," discussed in the .sixth Ics-.
son the divine approval, by messengers, ot
tho truth revealed to and stated by Peter.
In modern methods of law and government
we should say this, was a formal surrender of
the symboU) of authority by the officials of
tho preceding administration. As the Mosaic
dispensation was now at ,on end, Mosos was
there to "Inaugurate his successor" (with
reverence the parallel, may be permitted),
and with him Ellas, who had foretold the
now while he sustained the old and'had been
spared the taste of death. They confirmed
Christ's mission, and so tho old dispensation
In the' seventh lesson Jesus a lid the Little
Ones la the first requisite for entering tbo
kingdom Illustrated : ' 'Except ye bo converted
and1 become as little children, ye shall' not
enter, Into the kingdom of heaven." .Following
upon the entrance into the new life cornea a
lesson' (the eighth) upon the first, and to most
lieoplo, perhaps, the hardest duty of that life:
"A Ecsson on Forgiveneos." It is not sur
prising to any man who will look Into bis
own heart and note how anger, burns there
against sqme people, to read that' when Peter
was told how very forgiving' he must be, he
could only, exclatmi "Lord, increase, qur
fiilthl" Verily a hot blooded man as Peter
showed himself to be needed to make that
praj'er very ,of ten in.thls matter of forgive
ness; and so does every man. Many a Chris
tian has trembled and hesitated as he came
In his prayer to that fearful request, "For
give us our trespasses as we forgive those
who trespass against us."
The duty ot charity is next taught, in the
ninth lesson The Hlch Young Ruler. He
seems to have been an exemplary young
man us to the works of the law, and his state
ment knows that he was encrusted with self
righteousness., Cut when he came to the rest
of tbe new dispensation, that tmere refrain
ing from evil was' not' enough, but he must
'give up all for Christ," he could not tiring
himself to the point of making such a sacri
fice. The principal points as to the inauguration
of Christ's mission being now established in
the minds of his disciples, we are introduced
in the truth .lesson to the dark passages pre
saging the .final tragedy. Christ started on
bis last journey to Jerusalem, and taking the
twelve disciples apart pn the 'way impressed
ou them the painful fact that his sufloring
and death were near at hand. St Matthew
at this point suddenly breaks away from tho
direct narration And inserts tho fpisode of
the mother of Zebedee's child, probably to
teach us that eveu then tbe disciples had but
a faint conception ot tho new kingdom.,
Thero was indignation at the request of tho
mother that her two sous should have the
chief places, and Christ seizes, the occasion
to Impress once more on their minds the
great fact that his was not an earthly king
dom, and on this earth they wero to expect
In the eleventh lesson Christ entering
Jerusalem we have a curious illustration ot
the tiiklacharaeterof multitudes. They came
shouting hosamias; but a little, later, when
Christ had Improved on them that he was to
havenothhig to do with their schemes for
earthly (ji-andeur, they rojoiood in his arrest
aud pried "Crucify hkn I" Tho parable in tho
twelfth lesson, and its scornful reception by
tho priests, snows cioariy mat every nay ol
Chrit's teaching In Jerusalem had greatly
increased the priestly hatred against him,
nnd a little later .we see how they had in
fected the body of the people with their'feol
lugs. The evangelist does not detail the
changes of opinion, but gives us Just enough
to show how rapid they were. The quarter's
aeries ends with intimations of this change,
and the next will introduce us to tbe closing
Oonsumption timely Uared.
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icry svoq uoc. mo prominent in
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and so overcombig those dfM-'aaes
rcsaUtng from uapure or Impover
It cure liaMtuaJ conBtlpatloo. tuitl
cos tbe atumacU. and aid ditfeatlou.
Id lu conipofllilon tbe betl and moat
are coiabLned scicntlflcall; w ith other
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kidney i. It can be relied ou to (ire
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It Impaits stronRth to. tho whole eyetein,
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la n leRitlmnto medicine carefully!
comuounucu ur an eiuerienceu ana bk niui
ana aaaptca to womana ueucate
purely veuetabla In
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effects lu any condition of the system For
morning- sickness, or nausea, from .whatever
arlslnir. wi-nk atomneh. fndltreatlon. dra.
ieila and kindred symptoms. Ita use, In small
doses, will provo very beneficial.
" Ffivorlto IrOBf-rlmlnii I' fa n boot.
Ilvo euro for the moit conipliented nnd ob
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painful menstruation, unnatural suppressions,
prolapsus, or falling; of tho womb, wenk back,
,' femalo weakness," anteverslon retroversion,
bearlnir-down scnsntlons, chronic confrtlon,
Inflammation and ulceration of the womb. In
flammation, pain nnd tciKhmcss In ovaries,
accompanied with "Internal beat."
Aa a regulittor ami l'romoter of func
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wben taken for those disorders and derange,
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"Favorite Prescription." when taken
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medlcino tor women, sold by druggists, under
a positive sruarantee. from the manu
facturers, thatTt will give satisfaction Jd ererr
case, or money will bo refunded. This guaran
tee baa been printed on the bottle-wrapper,
and .faithfully, carried out; or ,Biany, vears.
. I.arce bottles rlOO doses) $1.00, or alx
bottles lor $5.00.
For large. Illustrated Treatise on Diseases of
Women (ISO pages, paper-oovsred), send ten
MnU in, stamps. Address ,
World's Oispansary. Mb rllcal IssDcIalloB,
t 63 IHalll 8ft, BUFFATOj If. I.
Whn troablsM wlthHho nrl6yliia IrremlaritifmBO
frequent? following r coM or i.xpoturQ, or from lxn
ttUUonitl Woakneasefl m rxtulitu to thIr Wl, aboaia
Use OR. DuCHOINE'S Celebrated.
FEMALE REGULATING .PILLS.
Thr&re BtrenntbeninK tthe entlr -ntm. jSpart
toD,Tl(oruii4 miucnetio fore to all fonctfouaol hodf
anil mind. Sunt by inn II, murvlr sauloti, II. Addrfm,
Dr. Hart or hfecJiclne Co., S-t. LOUIS, MO.
HAS, SYRUKj, COFFEE, HUGAK, JIOiASaEn I
R1CB, BPfOKB, BIOAIIB BODA, ETC., KTO.
V. E. corner Second and Xrch Bts.
UF irieri will receive prompt attention.
Do Your Own Dytlug, at Home, with
PEERLESS DYES !
They will dye everything. They' are sold every-
where. I'rtco inc. a package. u 'nura. ucj
hnvonn enwal tnr fitn-nirth. blicrhtneHS. amOUOt
in packages, or for fastness of color. ' r uon-tadtiig
fluauiiea. iney uouui. :ibwlui wtw.iv.fM
by wojer Bros, and Jas. 11. Mercer. reni,riy.
nas revolutionized the world dur
lg the last- half century; Not
least among the .wonders, ot ln
vpntlv nrftLrrewts amelhodanrl
syaftrri of work that cad be performer1 all over the
country wunoui nepiriing lue.woraerHirointuen
himes. Pav llboral: ai.yone con' do the work:
either sex. young or old; no special. .ability ro,
nulred. Uanltal nt needed: you are started free.
Out this out and return to us and wo wlU sen
you free, something of great value and' Import
anew to rou. that will start you tn nuslnesH.whlcb
will bring rou In more money right away, than
untrttttniy Ium In thn nrM. flrtiwl mittll fYre
Addr-hS Tau Co., Augusta, Maine. lydecso
lift YOU OOINQ to have any paper-banEUUT
done tnts pnnff7 uso ooservc mese pricea
iiiwent njttern. neric-i iuu lernrtu.
i.u.tra orinlca narjer. s cents rilL
Meautllul gold paper, 11 cents TOIL
Kelt or can rldgo pa-wr. 80 o-nts roll.
iifAwv ftintoi.(i i?okl oa er. us ceotq rolL
We'll send tree to any address In the t'nlted
States a full line ot s tmpleawl li borders to match.
U lll.illM . tu.i I A nuiftcint.) ruMHUCl
phla Pa. ts.iprlin
' hen I
v ( unr I do not mean merely to
1 p iiiii lor h tune, auu ineii nave uini re
ni inlll I MK A ItAIIlCAL L II 11 It.
1 hue made the disease ict
',' 'on'stiid. I warrant roy remedy to
''e '.Yf.rt c.we. i.ecauvo oieer1 nave
1.1, r.-iibun fur not now receU iv2 " curt'
.iu,i'tr.r;itreallnnda Hiik IKrrri.r
inri L1111.K itfvrov uive 11
, 1 l'i'i lilli.e It cu.u Jill iMilh.uit (or
, ti.u it wlll'cure jjoii. Addrr
O .0 "". M.O. dfi3fl I Si ,N:viV"
AQENT FOU THE
KEYSTONE DYNAMITE POWDER CO.
mannfactruera of the celebrated Keystone Dyna
mite. This explosive Is giving universal satlitao-
tion, quotation oneeriuny given. iwieueiu
Descriptive ot the Holt, Cllmatr. Prodaelloaa,
iViHnuruf.urliiK indu.i.lr. and .llnrrul Wfaltk
fVlraluia and other southern states. Write to
W, B. BKVIIX.
nenl Pass. A Bent.
Bnoloidrgt-cent Hi amp.
SAMPLE THEATMENT '
. w mall enoui-h to con. .
vlnna. H. H. LinnaaaasaT at CO.. tfH
ut., Niwart, ti. J. raarcb-W-dm.
Best Pianos ! tarta!!
0 S AMDKUS & CO.
Kruiticli ' Kacli
'AND THE CRLKIIttATKU
Wilcox & White Organs.
ssrrianos Tuned nud Repaired by com-
Sdud for Catalogues.
21 WEST THIRD ST.,
KAXSKbAD limH TABU
All niuHliti. '2... JUln.. ind at m
1'rpptred onlj by
Or. SaUL Arneld, iltO. Corp.. Woonioc&tl, K 1.
P-ELAWAKK, LACKAWANNA AND
A. U. A. M. I
NORTnUMBKKLiND S 40
Cameron. s bs
Chulaak).. . o iu
10 10 6 15 I
uanviiio ti w
Catawlssa tt 25
Rupert-, i o n
Bloomsburs U M
Espy...... .. e 42
Lime llldgc. 6 Ml
7 27 I
willow urove..... ... a 54
Brlarcreelc s (s
Berwick 7 05
Beach Haven 7 11
i Hlclc's Kerry 7 18
8 06 I
Hhlckshltinr 7 to
Nantlcoke 7 50
Avonaaie 7 m
I'lymouth ... 7 59
Pll mouth Junction 8 03
fklnuaton..... 8 os
Bennett s 13
Maltby 8 17
West Huston , 8 27
Plttston 8 S3
Lackawanna.... 8 40
rajiorvine........ a 4a
' Bellevue. s 64
BCR&NTON B 00
i r u
All tu m
9 GO 2 05 6 W
KCKJLNTON. . S 10
Beiievue 0 10
Taylor vine. e to
iu oo s 14 e no
uuncawanna...... o x1
Ptttston 8 SS
: West Plttston..! 8 43
Wyoming 6 47
10 OR 2 81 6 117
10 16 2 li8 6 4.1
10 21 3 84 10
10 S7 2 39 6 65
111 10 SO ... 6 69
S 65 10 8-1 2 47 7 03
68 10 33 2 60 7 07
7 05 10 48 -2 64 7 12
7 10 10 47 2 69 7 It
T 14 10 M 3 03 7 21
7 19 10 55 3 1)6 7 S3
7 26 11 02 3 19 7 43
. 7 47 11 18 8 29 7 61
Hick's Ferry. 7 65
Beach Haven 8 01
uervrictc 8 07
11 82 S. 39 8 07
II 28 3 45 8 18
11 87 3 51 8 20
8 67 8 27
linarcreeic s ia
Willow Urove 8 16
11 49 4 01 8 31
Lime nidge. 8 20
Espy ... 8 26
11 62 4 05 8 85
11 9 4 12 8 41
KUDert 8 ,37
12 05 4 18 8 47
12 10 4 24 8 62
I Catawlssa 8 2
12 15 4 2 8 67
Danville 8 6,
Chulasky 9 03
Cameron 9 07
NOaTUUKBKBUND 9 22
12 SO 4 46 9 16
4 64 9 23
12 40 5 00 9 28
12 6 6 15 9 45
Connections at ltupert with
F M P M r
Heading Railroad lor Tamanena, Tamaqua, wiu
tamsnort. uunburv. PottBVllle. etc. At Northum
berland with I'. & E. Ulv. 1. 11. It. for Ilarrlsbunr.
lock iiaven, Emporium, warren, uorry ana Brie.
V, jr. UAU3IHAU uen. man.,
Philadelphia & Erie R. R, Divis
ion, and Northern Central
In effect FED. 8, 1888. Trains leave sunbury
9.40 a.m.. sea Shore Express (dally .except
Sunday), for narrtsburg andlotermediatBtatlona,
arriving at Philadelphia 3.15 p. m. : 'ewVork,
5.50 p. m. ; lialttmore, 4.40 p. m. ; Washington
9.0U p. m., conneevmg ai i 'nnaaeipnia ruraii ocu
shore points. Through passenger coacb to
m Tlav nxnn-fta
dally except 8uoday),for Uarrtsburg and lnterme-
dlate stations, arriving at Philadelphia
New York, 9.85 p. m.;
s.45 p. in.
wasuiuguiu, i.a p. m.
throuirh to PhtladelDhla and oassenirer roaches
tnrough to pnnaaeipnia ana uanimore.
7,45 .p. m. Itenovo Accommodation (dail)
ror iiarnsourg ana an intermediate stations, arriv
ing at pnnaaeipnia 4.23 a. m. ; new vora 7.10 a. m.
V&tbiuiuic, a.io ui. , nwiuiusiuu v.u.j a. u..
Bleeping car accommodations can be secured at
Uarrlsburgtor Philadelphia and New York. On Hun-1
aava atnrouirn sieemnccar win oe run: on una 1
train from WllTlamsp'ttophlladelpbla.Phlladelphta
passengers can remalnlnsleeperundlBturneduntl
2.6O a. m Erie Mail wall? excepr. Monday,
fo- llarrlsburg and Intermediate stations.
ai -tutf ai. ruuauripuiit o.jio a. ut uriv au,, ,
lt.!k-. m. : Baltimore 9.1 5 a. m. ; Washington, 9.so
a. m. Throuirh Pullman Bleeping cars are run on
tais tram to pnnaaeipnia, uaiumore ana wasning
ton, and through passenger coaches to Phliaaei
l inn, m Krie Mall (dallv except Sunday), in
Krlearlalllntermedlato stations ana Canandal
irua itr.1 intermediate atatlona. Rochester. Buffa
lo and Niagara Falls, with through Pullmsn Pal.
ace oars and passenger coaches 0 Erie and Iloch
9.U News express laauy excepr. ounaayi 101
ock uaven ana iniermeuiau? bibiiuub.
12.53 p. m. Niagara uxpross (aauy except oun
vi for Kane andlntermedlatestatlons and Can.
1 lAlcrua and nrl
fr rhA.fi.r. Iluffaln and Nlapsra Falls with
thr 'Ugh passenger coaches to Kane and Rochester
ana runorcario miiiauispuru
B.a."r eSli?fi?i r,1Sn, Hnnnavuor He.
ovo and intermediate stations, and El ml r a, v. at.
kins and Intermediate stations, with throug
I aenc-er coachea to itenovo and Watklns.
. 9.20 a. m, Sunday man ror nenovo ana imeruir-
1 aiate station
I THROUGH TRAINS FOKSONUlfKY FItOM THE
SADl AU HIUTIl,
Knndar mall leavea Philadelphia 4.30 a. m
HarrlBbunr 7.40 arriving at Sunbury 9.20 a. m. with
tnrougn sleeping car irum i-uu&uuipuia w vtii
IlarrlBburg, S.in a. m. dally except Suuday
arrlvlntf At. Rnnhurv li.M. &. in.
lilttjitllll juilCDt vr
faiiadeiDUia.7.4ua. m.: ua111more7.au a. ra.iaauj
except Sunday arriving at sunbury, 1S.63 p. m..
wild Laroutru mrior enr iruiu i-uiiuuciyuia
and iaroufb Daasentrer coacnes from 1'nlUdeN
pnia ana iiaiiimoro.
rast lAuw leayes new 1 orit v.uu u. ui , ruiiucn
nhia.ii.Wa. m. 1 WaaMukrton. 11.60 a. m, : Ualtl-
more, 10.45 a. m., (dally except Sunday) arrtTlnff at
oacnesiromrnuaaipmaataquniuiuurti. . .
'Wrlfl Mull Iaavph Navt Yfirk R.DO n. m. I'htlfcdeU
pbta. 11.25 p. ru. : Wasnlnetcn. tdoo p. m. ; UaltU
mnrp.ii.2u n. m.-Mallr except Saturday) arrmntr
at sunbury 5.10
m.. with throutrb
fileeplnj oara from miladelphla, Wasblntrton and
co ac tie 8 from
HUNIU'HV. IIA7.I.KTIIN Oi WM.KKHIIAHIIK
HAII.Kll.Mi aiii r,im rii Ann nasi'
11 1, a mill ir i ' i vva v.
mallr exeent suuuay.i
Wllkeaharre Mall leaves Sunbury t.U a. m.
arriving at Uloom Ferry 10.4s a. m., Wllkes-barre
Ei Dress Bast leaves Sunbury 6.55 p. m., arrlTlng I
at Uloom Ferry 6.8a p. m., Wllxes-barre 7.65 p. m I
sunnury Man ieaveswiiKesoarreio.su a.m. amv-
ng at 11100m rerry 1 1.1a a, m., nuouury iv.v p. ui
RinrHa west leaves WIlliCB.barrf 3.05 D. m.. ar. I
riving at Bloom Ferry 4.D9 p. m., sunbury cgrp.m
Sunday mall leaves Sunbury 8.25 a. m., arriving
at Uloom Ferry lO.lta. m.. wllkes-UsrrelU46a.m.
Sunday accommodation leaves Wllkes-Barre mo
p. m., arriving at 0100m rvrry, a.os p, in., punuury,
1 lou p. ra.
nuaV pnnit. J. K. WOOD.
uen.Mauagar uw. raaavnger ann i
YATES & CO
Best niiide Clothing
for Men and Children.
"Sixth and Chestnut.
(Ledger Biiildit g.)
Manririk: TilH Invc ft value' ns a houie-
Sold remedy f.ir lieyond the power of lan-
guaf e lo i!i srilie. Tho family carl hanlly
be true to It that r'oes not keep thetri
on h.nul f'ir u-e in tmorgrnelcs.
Is the onlV vejre-atile tublltu'tc for that
dangerum nilnerAf, Mckcurv, and while
it nifi'in ai a car.di'-c Is" fully equal, it
po-MfS-es ii' iw of the perilous effects.
In Coii-ii: ili.in. Mandrake acts upon
the liwels witl nut dbpoini; Ihem to sub
No remedy nct so directly on the liver,
nothin;; so speedily curei Kick Headache,
Sour Stomach and
lliliousneis as these
Tor Sal Iit nil Dnnrcliti. Prlr 2.1 ct. ner Imx;
S Ihiim Tot U"tts ; or fciit l'jr mult, jiontiirk- Ow, oa
raculft of Hce. Dr. J, II. SibVuclt tt Sou , l'L 114'.
M.ascin & Hiamlin
Organs and Pianos.
Th Cabinet Organ was Introduced by Mason &
jnillu lu 1861. Mason A Hamlin Organa hare
ivtui a maintained their aunremacr over all others.
i.i in- received lllehe&t Honors at all Great World'a
iliIMlloua tinea 18(17.
The Improved Mode of Strlnelnz Pianos, Invented
hy Maon A Hamlin in 1882, la a great advance' In
itlaiin couetrnctlon. cxnerta nronounclnff .11 the
L'n-ate&t improcment in planum In half accntary.11
Piann clrculir, enntainine 300 teetlmoniala from
pnrchavera, muaiclans, ana tuners, and Piano and
Organ Catalogues, free,
UAEON k HAHLIH 0EOA1T AITS PIANO CO.,
to lu lita n. mim c;ti), mw tdxs.
Rewarded are those -that read
this and then act; they will find honor
able employment that win not take
them from their homes and families.
Tho profits ore large and sure for every Industri
ous person, many have made and are now making
several hundred dollar a month. Itlsear-yfor
any one to make 15 and upwards per day, who la
willing to work. Either sejr.jrouDg or old; capital
noi, neeaea; we siarr. you. itveryming new. wo
special ability required; you, reader, can do it -as
wrii us any une. vt ruu w ua at once i"r iuu par
ticulars, which we mall tree. Address Stlnsoa
Co., Portland, Maine '.ydocso.
GALVANIZED WISE NETTIN01
I BEST & CHEAPEST FENCE IN TOE MARKET
tUll POULTRY, UAKDEN OR LAWN.
IN UALES, 160 FEET LONO.
4 FEET HIQII. ONLY 14.50 PEn HALE.
16 FEET 111(111, ONLY 5.63 I' EH BALE.
6 FKET HIQII, ONLY 6.75 FEB BALE,
other widths from 2, to 6 ft. at proportionate
i prices. Auuress oruers anu correspouaeuee vo
U. a WIRE NETTING CO., 52 Keide St., N. Y.
Caveats and Trade Marks obtained, and all Patent
Business conducted for moderate fees.
OUR OFFICE IS OPP SITE U. H. PATENT
OFFICE We have no sub-ncencles. all 'business
direct, hence can trsnssct patent bunl! ess In leas
viineuna ur. ux.aa uum man tnose remote irom
We advise' if patentable or not, free of charge.
whi m iw, uud uii uairH.H nmv
A book, "How to obtain Patenta,"wltb references
10 aciuai enema in your Biaic. county, or unrn.
aoui ires. Auure&a
an A SSKiJarkW ft?, anarki
a m ,311 w suit, vaa
Opposlto Patent ottipe. Wahlngtnn, n. a
H. C. SLOAH & BED. "
CARRIAGES BUQ0IE8, PHAETONS
SLEIOHS, PLATFORP WAGONS AC
Flrat-clasa work always on band.
rep a mm a nea it.y doue.
Dricet redurtilto tuil I hf limn
He a WoucterH exist In thousands of
forms, but are surpassed bytbe marvels of
Invention. Those who are In need of prof
itable work tliat'can be done while living
at home should at once send their address to
nauet & 10., I'pmanu, aiaine,ana receive tree,
lull Information how either sex, of all 'ages, can
earn from 15 to-J25 rer -lay aDd
eyer tney uve. 1 ou are sianea rree.
WA. bare made over $50' in single
u a mug;
Creasy & Wells'
We keep 011 hand a largo and well as.
sorU'd stock ot nil kinds ot lumber,
Southern Yoll6v Pine
Fencing, Flooring, tfec.
A full stock of West .Branch
MouldingB, Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Window and Door 'Frames.
Estimates and prices quoted
cheerfully. Lumbor delivered by
wagon or rail Prices positively
lowest in tho mn.'ket.
apr is im
to caovaaa for tha aals or Narwry
Block I Steady employment guaranteed. SALARY
AND EXPENSES PAID, Apply at one. lUUag ate.
tnaroB to H-;ru and oas
or ESPY, IA,,
ItcHptjotfallitiforms litil friends and imbllo ironcrally tlint ho ha refitted
his planing mill. In addition to tho vlnninn mill work lio is now rirrpared to
famish to order doors an! insido finish for houses. ,
veneered with all our nativo woods, also
HoHOWood.itc, it J.
Inside Finish. All
work shall be L'ttntiuiti t'd.
veneering all our Doors and Cacinga,
?, UaK, uutterntit, iiapir,
Mill, six to ten feet long, six to thirty
Ash. Hvoamore. Oak. Buttprnnt, Manlr,.CIifrr, 1'oiilnr, Vi'iiitrsi for sale at the
m aTiLt.KD from selected Barley Maltand cuarantecd to bo chemlcalli nur
and free from Injurious oils and cldsoitcn eonisiiitd In aicobcllc liquors Itl
esncciallr adapted to persons tenuliliiRa Mtmulallng-tpLte, ( oniun.l llut beln;
(T.ttv hrnptiMni lir im um. Keeoniinczidfd tor leMllnr fdiii-kinna at- a Iili.ritin
Nervine, Toi.ie. and Iterative,
PUItK liAKLKY MALT WHISKEY tniurca a ri turn of vigor to tho Hon ach, agood
mmetitn. a rich and abundant blood and IncrenH-U tlci-h nnd miiRulnr tissue. A
stimulant mild ann Benne in euevu
eases ca' be cetlrcly n.nquered
It Is a tonloand diuretiuand o
IlINK'H PUItK BAULKY halt HnisKKi nas iirotea a meuicinai proiecnon to
thoso who pursue their avocations lnthcopenulr and whose datlv tvotkcalla It
exceptional' powers of enaurnnce. Ask our nearest dni(j:li or pioccr forior
I'EHIUME'srUltE UAIILKY MALT WIIISKH" revives theenerBlea of thoaovotn
out with excessive oodlly or mental effort nnd ucisasaaateKunid nKalrit exposure
In vretand rlgorou weather. It will drlvu all malarious dlseaxes from the system.
Ilara workers or every vocaiion
iivnnensia find tn
errine s ruru
Malt Whiskey a powerful lnvlgorant
and helper to dlgeatlon. I'KltUINK'S
PUUK BAHLEY ,MAL'I WHISKEY
without unduly' stimulant the kid
neys Increases their flaitBtnif activity,
counteracts tho effects of fatigue, has
tens convalescence and is a wholesome
and prompt diuretic. tVatch the label I
None genuine unless bearing the signature
Pot saie uy all ami lav
and irroeera throuehou
nlted States and
87 NORTH FRONT ST. 38NORTH WATER ST., PHI LA
POIl SALE UY DHTJOfllsrS WD ALL DtULKItS. an
HANDSOME WEDDING, BIRTHDAY OR HOLIDAY PRESENT.
Combining a Parlor,
-- '' 'P4
All famished with
our Vhnlrimle Prices.
Q 3 SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSm:
" . B. JBOBBINS,
WINES AND LIQUORS
"AND JOBBER IN CICAKS.
We are offering great inducements to persons desiring to
purchase Pianos, Organs and
Among the Pianos we handle are the J VERS FOND,
C. C. BRIG GS, BA Ub CO., SCB Oh A L KER Gold
String and Opera Piunos. These Pianos are all flrst-clato
and fully1 warranted for five years.
1 Our leading Organs are the celebrated ESTEH, MILL
ER, UNITE D.S TA 1 ES and other macs.
Our leading Sewin"g Machines are the celebiated WHITE,
NEW DAVIS, NEW DOMESTIC, JE W J. OME,
HO USE HOLD, RO YAL ST. JOHN and SI AND
ARD ROTARY Sewing Maohinc.tho finest nnd best
Rotary Sewing Machine in the world.
Before purchasing write for Catalogues to J. SALTZEK'S
PALACE OF :MUSIC AND GREAT. SEWING MACHINE
DEPOT, Main 'St.', Bloomuhurg, Pa.
Malaria, Dumb Chills,
Tever and Ague, Wind
Colic, Bilious Attacks,
Tbay rU4lura rearular, iialurul evur.
uulfona, iietcr Krleur lnlerrre III,
Unity bualneaa. Aa it faintly inedli'luc.
tltny fchuultl li lu every lioiiaclioltl.
foreipn woods, such ns Mahogany,
AW hard wcod lUotilnimti is nntl lot Vi t cetcd l'i t rs ami
VV'iltr ircof Glut' is lined for
Bse Boards, At-,, it
xc. Also Walnut.
.4Jiif rr, i oiinr, vji-.n
W. GOO Alt.
tor (.or.fcuntpiivea if Is iMniuablts I lltHlNt's
Dyspepsia, Indlpfstloii nndall w dm Inn dl-
the use or l errmu'k i uic n. lies alt wniaknv.
powerful strenglhener to theentlronjtlfm. l'hli.
anu perauua wuum . w,-m-murv imp lenurra pronoro
1 he anal) his as It appears by the La!
bcl on every bottle: 1 have carefully an
ulyzcd thulTKK Uaki.kt Malt Wiub
kkt maflo l. J. K Perrlne and find
Ibl'Ullll'IJ Itl'IK ii.wti Wll, ,111 tuiui,
metals and acids and Is ab-olutclv
pure." aiQnea, rmnuia Arumr jaier,
.Ueneva ami .H'efflfraden
r.lfirary, Rmolclnj;, Ilrellnlna; or Invalid
flfh HI?' Sf,.nd rtamP I 3HHUPIrcD to all
for Cstnlocnr. irarla of the woild.
the Automatic Cnarli llt-nlr. inri n
Hcndslamp forCatalopno and mention carrlftecs,
I4B N. 8th St.. Phllada.. Fa.
BLQOMSBUHG FLANING MILL
The undersigned having put bis Planing M
on Itallroad street, In ftrst-ciass condition, Is pre
pared to do sllklnds of work In bts lino,
FRAMES, SASH, OOORS,
urmsbea at roauuuuuie i rices. All lumber used
well soasoned and none but skilled workmen
ESTIMATES TOR BUILDINGS
urnlshed on application. Flans and specific,
ooa prepared by an eiperlenoed draughtsman
Vl"- rMgif"-fTMTMp- m