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THE COLUMBIA! AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Silt. COX I'lCTUttM A IlKl'lUlUCAN OAM
I'altlNKIt ON TUB 8TIJM1' KOR TIIK
How onn you go out nuil answer tho
questions portiuont to thh campaign
without entangling nlhanocfl and con
Sonio taxpayer, tired of your pro
toctlvo oxactlons, twits:
"Why should only 2,738,895 people,
tho pots of protection, bo favored at tho
oxpenso of over 70 per cent, of their
ou.uw.uuu lollow citizeiwl
What fort Tho voico from tho stiM
warm with the tear of widows and
orphans huskily 'aiidwors, "For free
"Why should wo not cheapen
clothes, blankets, and carpets by ad
mitting wool free, since tho woollen
mills have a capacity for 600,000,000
pounds, and only 210,000,000 pounds
aro raiscu nt, nomer
Tho answor comes like tho bleat of
a thousand flocks, "Boforo clothes, or
blankets, or carpets tako freo whiskey."
But ssys an honorable rccusaht Re
publican from Minnesota:
"Worthier, better and justcr it seems
to my mind would it be to givo our
people, tho tolling masses, cheaper food
cheapor fuel, orteaper clothlnR, and
cheaper shelter, cheaper because to-
leased from tho heavy and unnecessary
urn-uen ot high-tariff taxes."
"Pshaw!" says tho hido bound pro
tcctionist, "thoso articles must remain
taxed to vindicate the American svs
tern." This system has as its genius
A taxpayer inqulros'of you:
"Have not tho American pcoplo
paid in sixty years over 820,000,000,
000 in the hopo of getting goods
cheaper by and by. after tho infants
have attained their maturity? What,
my Kopublican brother, will you now
Tho brother answers, "Freo whis
key." "Has invention done anything for
us! asks the impoverished moehamc,
"What do you show us as tho result of
our American genius for a century in
The answer corars: "Wo tender.
yon the worm lit tho still, tho finest in
vention of tho devil. It may take away
your brains and impoverish your fami
lies; but protection must standi We
offer you untaxed, cheap, freo whis
Another inquirer asks, "Why do
vou not tako the tax off my coat of
Tho answor comes: "Protection
first, but always freo whiskey."
An old lady of WoBt Virginia asks
with anxiety, "Why must I pay CO
cents in addition to every dollar for
tho crockery from which I drink my
"Ah!" says tho protectionist, "is not
whiskey better than teat"
A scries of questions and answers
might bo fired off in the following or
"Are you goint; to allow that re
duction proposed by tho Mills bill
from 47 per cent, duty to 40 on car
potst'' "No, but we will repeal tho tax on
cigarettes for your young boys, and
add freo whiskey."
"Wont you support that reduction of
10 per cent, on cotton goods?"
' "iTu, ui'.t i wouia cove to lower the
"Won't you reduce tho tax on cas
tor oil below 194 per cent its present
"No, I won't condescend .to help
anybody but those who want the cost
of whiskey reduced."
"Please help us reduce tho tax on
cheap woolen cloth from 89 per cent,
to 40 per cent., as Mills proposes
will yon nott"
"No; I do not want to engago in
anything else tiil I havo taken the tax
of ninety cents a gallon from whiskey."
"Wo aro making a last effort to re
iluco the duty on wool hats from 54
per cent. Cheap hats. Won't you
"No, sir; tho Republican platform
doesn't say anything about cheap hats.
It docs advocato taking tax from
whiskey, and I stand by the platform.''
"Tho worsted goods for my family
is taxed 68 per cent. Help me pull
that down to 40 per cent, will you
"No, Sir; lqt yonr worsted goodn go
to grass! Whisky is more than a dol
lar a gallon. I want to tako tho ninety-cent
gallon tax off of it."
"Now, ray friend, the Mills bill pro
poses to take eleven and one-half mill
ions off of supar; won't you help us to
"No for it don't propose to cheapen
whiskey one cent."
"It makes salt free. Won't you fa
"Is salt whiskoyt Salt ain't in our
"Jt mikes tho tin, of whioh our tin
stove vo-uel-i and cans, and roofs aro
mado, free; won't you givo us that?"
"Tin is not in the platform; whiskey
"It makes lumber for our homos
to keep us warm free. Won't you fa
"No. 1 want to legislate to warm
the inner man, not the outer one.
(Jive us free whisky." When these
questions are answered let me read as
a summing up to the gentleman what
was said by an old farmer friend of
mine in Iowa. Ho had evidently been
pursuing Sydney Smith on taxation:
I neyer wore any clothes that wore
not increased in price by this polioy of
making an almshouse of every possible
factory. lined to rise on Sunday
morning from my humble cot in a log
farm-hou-e, throwing off the bed
clothes taxed 40 to 100 por cent., eat
my taxed breakfast from dishes taxed
45 per cunt, on a table cloth taxed 40
per cent, and when the S ibbath bell
taxed 35 per cent, sounded its inviting
notes, I tK)k my bible taxed 25 per
cent, and went to tiio church built ol
lumber taxed 20 per cunt., aud there
in a Sunday-school pong book taxed
25 per cent, (and all these taxes paid
to tho objects of my charity, not to the
iioveruiuem;, I read:
jar out uportlho prarlo
JIow many children dwell
Who nem read tho Wble
Nor hear tho Sabbath belli
Great laughter and applause.
What is the relief my old farrw
friend receives from you and
Does this give comfort to his fami
ly, his pin He, or his soul?
xmow, you gentlemen want to go
among tno men, women, and children
ol tins country ami sa:
"Wo will uot tako tho tax off of
eheap clothing, cheap lumber, cheap
food, but we will tako tho tax off of
whiskey, to make it eh an aud com
nion, and more hurtful to houl and
Is not that an inspiring issuo for a
pany ol moral elevation?
Oh, gentlimaii, it is tho old, old
story. You gentleman
often heard it sung-
oti, what n tangled web wc weave
When flreuve practice todwetve I
A Uloud in tho llonoymoon.
Three shorl. blissful months had
passed over tho heads of Callithumplan
W. Magnnler and his brido, and not a
cloud had dimmod tho brightcoss of
tiicir domestic sky, Tlio angel ol
poaco hovered over thoir housohold its
full ten hours n day, aud the crl kct ol
oanmihial joy chirped contently about
tholr hcarthstono tho rest of tho time.
Thoro was nothing tho proud young
huBhand thought a task if it gratified
tho slightest wish of his heart's idol or
brought a smile to her lovely face.
Time and again ho had rlson in tho
dead of tho night to drive some low
spirited cat off tho premises or tobatho
lila head in rosewater or diluted carbo
lic add If tho odor of tho cigars smok
ed in his down town oflico during tho
tho day was found to havo liugored
Tho Fourth of July had como and
gone. With bloodshot eyes Callith
umpian W. Magrudor But at breakfast
trying with unsteady hand to lift a cup
of coffco to his lips.
"Darling," Ban tho young wife, ob
serving for tho first time that hor hus
band appoared indisposed, "what is
tho matter with you? Aro you ill?"
"I I'm rather rocky this morning,
Elllcda," ho responded, "hut It will
pass. I shall be allright again."
"Callithumplan," rejoined tho wifo
with that tender anxiety that leads
woman Heaven bless her to minister
to a sick man by trying to stuff him
with food, "won't you have some eggs
and a larger picoo of steak!"
"Elfleda," was tho reply m ho put up
a trembling hand to ward off tho prof
fered consolation, "I shall havo to tell
you what tho trouble is. It will come
out sooner or later at tho Coroner's in
quest. You slept well last night, of
"Oveicomo by tho excitement of tho
day aud tho disturbed slumbers of the
night boforo your sleep was sound aud
dreamless as that of a tired ohild.
You heard no noise down cellar iu the
mlddlo of tlfo'night?"
"I did not, Callithumpian," replied
Elfleda", turning pale with apprehen
sion. "Well, I did. It aroused me from a
restless and unquiet sleep, anil, without
waking you, I dressed myself quietly,
seized a heavy cane and stole softly
down-stairs. I found a man in tho
cellar do not start, Elfleda, Ho was
a little, dried np, withered, insignifi
cant sneak thief, not half so dangerous
as a setting hen. He was helping
himself to your finest canned fruit. I
lifted the little ras jal out of tho cellar
with tho toe of my shoe."
"I am glad nothing worse happened,
my love. But why are you bo un
nerved! It is all over now."
"No, it is not all over!" exclaimed
tho husband, as ho looked off into va
cancy with a hollow-eyed despairing
gaze; "remorse is left!"
"Yes, bitter, gnawing, agonizing
remorse! Listen! Beforo 1 kicked the
thief out I looked about for some
means of inflicting a punishment upon
bim that he would remember and a
temptation from the Evil One .came in
to my mind. On a plate upon one of
the hanging shelves was something
yon had prepared, with 'your own
"Yes, I remember, it was a pudding
I mado my self. vVhy "
"Elrleda," said tho husband, hoarse
ly, as he looked 'at her" in stony de
spair; "I made him eat that pudding!''
Chicago Tribune. "
Photographs of Lightning.
Tho Royal Meteorological Society
are appealing to photographers, both
professional and amateur, to take ad
vantage of the present state of the
weather to obtain photographs of
lightning. Last season they received
sixty impressions of lightning flashes,
taken in various parts of Europe an '
America, but the information thus
gained, whilo most interesting, was
not sufficient for nny trustworthy de
ductions to bo .drawn from it. All
that can bo conTidtiitly asserted is that
the popular idea of tho form of
forked lightning is entirely eirorneous.
Tho mo-it typical forms are as follows:
i . ... I ! l . - . 1 I l
i) Hireuui uuvuiug, pisiin, uruau,
rather smooth streak ot light; (2) mil
lion ligb.ning, when the flash keeps in
one general direction, nut the lino is
ssnuos, bending from sido o side in a
very irregular manner; (3) ramified
lightning, in which part of the flash'
appears .to branch oti from tho main
Btreak like tho fibres from tho root of
a tree. (4) meanderiut; lightning, in
which the flash appears to meander
about in the air without any definite
course, and form small irregular loops;
(5) beaded or chapletted lightning, in
which bright beads appear in a general
whilo streak. In photographing light
ning, a rapid plate and ordinary rapid
lens, with full aperture, aro left uncov-
red for a short time at night during a
thunderstorm. Tho focus is arranged
for a dh-tant object, am), if possible,
some point of laudecape is included to
give tno position ot the horizon, it
this is not possible, then the top of the
picturo is marked. A single lens is
prefered to a doublet, in order that
there may bo no possibility of a second
mago being propucul by reflection
betwoon two portions of the lens.
for a somewhat similiar reason it is
recommended that tho sensitive film
should be on paper instead of glass.
l ho society will be very pleased it
copies of lightning photographs bo
sent to them at 30 Great Georgo Street,
Westminister, together with any
available particulars as to tho direction
in which tho camera was pointed, tho
state of the weather, acd tho like.
The hottest article of a mail's attiro
are liin yinpemlers. Hut, oh! how much
hotter and inoro uncomlnrtahlo he
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A Word to the Nervousl'lSi
A healthy boy has as many as you,
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WELLS. RICHARDSON & Cg.,ProprJotors, Burlington, Vt,
At Canton, China, boiuo 250,000
pcoplo live continually on boats, and
never step foot on Rhnm from ono
year's end to another. Tim young
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falling overhoatd and thin c.miso a
great deal of trouble in affecting a
rescue, which In many Instances is
ImpoHHlbte and u child is drowned.
China is an overpopulatcd country and
tho Chlno'o have profited by this
drowning prodivlty in reducing tho
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to tho male child so that they call bo
fished out when tl.ey tumble into tho
rivor. Tho females aro without suoh
protection and nro usually loft to
Kobloy Uy Jovel I can't sco how
old Grinder's clerks can afford to liyo
on tho pay ho fives them.
Wiggins Afford to livo? Why,
man aiivel it's becauso thoy can't af
ford to die. Funerals cost something
A gonuino hum-bug Tho locust.
It is queer that Queen Victoria did
not confer tho Order of tho Hath on
somo of Hnffalo Hill's Indians. Pitts
When a girl pays her husband's
railroad faro on her bridal trip, its a
pretty good example of love's trans
port. Merchant Traveler.
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Upon my recommendation score) of poo
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Dubuque. Iowa. Jan. 8, tfflft.
Auuopnorcs nas completely curea me ox
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which will be completed this fall. Ourprosnerlty
arises from tho thorough practical tralnfnt; In
liooic-keculnir. Shorthand. iSncwililnir. and all
other branches ot llUBlNKSS KliUOATHiN. at tho
School of Cominercu (Allen Iiuslness Colki')
Aiiuira, n, x., Si. A. fliiuwiiw i ivo.
nas revolutionized the world dur
ing the last hair century. Not
least among the wonders ot In
ventive nrOL'ress Is a method and
system ot work that can be perlormetf all over the
country without separtlng tho workers from their
homes. Pay liberal! any one tan do the work;
either sex, young or olil; no special ability re
qulreil. capital net needed! you are Btarted Ireo.
Cut this nut and return lo us and wo will send
you free, something ot great valuoand Import
anre to you,that will start you In buslnesshwhlch
win bring you In more money right away, than
anvtblng else in tho world. (irani oulM Aee.
Address WI K CO., Augusta, Alttlne. lyuwe.
Illgh-Prleod Uheap Ohlnosa Labor.
1 Imvpn't liccn licro lontr cnouali to
learn uiuoli nliout tlio rcnl jicrils that
llirfittun tlio country liy tliu" Importa
tion of ohcnp Clilncso labor. I cannot
say nnytliliif? about It, In fact, becauso
thoy haven't been Irajiortinrr that kind
nrnliml wlinrn T llflVd ilOPIl. Attf frlomlg.
both id San Francisco ami In tho coun
try towns, who employ Chineso domes
tic help pay $25 and S30 a month for
n mnn anrtnnt.. And bn In iuflt ns In
dependent nnd impudent as tho lady
who smashes giasswnronmiciiips cuma
In your own Brooklyn homo. lie
Innvna nil n mlnilLn'M 110MC9 111 tllU height
of tho busy seascnt if lie bo nn lll tom-
pcred follow lio oliases tno ianiuy out
of his kitchen. He is liko other peo-
111. rrnrtf 1 tmil mid indifferent. Ho
does not nccordmg to tlio generally re-
ccived nunc, require nut ono wjiiiug in
order to do that very thing that very
saiuo w.iy ever after. Th ro is ono iu
our houf o now, a good, docile, willing,
obedient, stupid fellow. I think ho is
almu-r. nil 1 mill nbnut 100 times how
to do a thing, ard oven then ho doesn't
always do ft right. Thcro may bo
somo very cheap ones, but I haven t
found them. Some of thtm send homo
our laundry with every indication of
recovering trom ft proiongeu nttncK oi
mnliimnnt. bvdrni'.hobla. BO Brent has
iinnn tin nriVwirr.'iion of water. Others.
again, rival tho matohlcss Troy laun-
dry work, unco, in oan rranciaco, wo
got tired of Hop Soon, nnd patronized
a"Whito Labor Laundry." Well, I
had nn "all-wool undershirt'' iu that
wnh. nnd 1 havo been wcarinc it for a
npflilupn nunr alnnn. Tho rest of tho
suit the bifurcated raiment, I gave to
a nitio girl lor ncr nou. men wo iu
turned to tho Chinaman. Ho ohnrged
us moro than ever, and his rates weio
higher than Mclican man to begin with.
Mob Jitirdctte, in jsroomyn M,ayte.
Ann That Kill Snakes and Build Boats.
Ilrii.nr onto Tint flllK' llllltd l)OalS. but
launch them, tooj only these boats aro
foru ed of their nwn bodies. They aro
called "di'iven." because of their fero
city. Nothing can stand betoro luo
attacks of thteo little creatures, uargu
pythons have been killi d by them in
a cingle liiglil, wnno eiiicKenw, i w
m.iinnU in Western Africa
tlce from them in terror. To protect
tliemeclvcs from the heat they erect,
nrnl-.na mi ili.r which numerous armies
of them pass iu safety. Sometimes
the arch is maoo oi grass aim w
....... tniTotlinr liv sniho secro-
.IUU jjUUUUVU WS...... -J ----
tinn nml nndin it, is formed by tho
bodica of tho larger ants, wiiioii num
,1. ...c.l, Innntlil.r llV tlieir HtrOtlC
: IP. ...t.!t.
nippers whilo tho workeis pass under
mem. iVl curvaiu mura u ". j -
,.io ni.,ilnw tlin nniintrv inhabit
ed by the drivers, and it is then that
tut so nuts go lo sea. mc phu.wuh.-.
. ...i.i. ...i.. ihn walla nf "their houses
ate broken in by tho flood, but, instead
of coming to the sunnco in huuuoicu
l 1 . n.wl l.oinry iinrniit oil to do-
uuui.iiua ui..Hg . -
slructioti, put of tho ruin rises a black
ba 1 that rides salelv on tuo water mm
A-u,a ,,. At tlm fi rwt. wnrniiitr of
dancer tho littlo creatures rush together
and form a solid body oi anm, u;u
1.... :.. ..n.,trn. nftpn till! ball IS
larger than a conimou base ball, and iu
Jiis way thoy tloat about uinu uiuv
l.l .;,,al gnmn Irnp. UDOU the
branches of which thoy aio soon safe
Grape Juico for Sickness.
Tho nrt of cultivatincr tho Oporto
Vines and fermenting tho Uporto urapo
into winn in this country, and of pre
serving the Grapo Juico fresh without
Iihh been brousht to a
fTi-p.iter iWreo of Perfection by Mr.
Altrca Spcer, oi rassaiu, xi. o., num
hv nnv othpr netaon : in fact, ho was
the pioneer in introducing and adver
tising Native Wines. Ho lias purchas
ed hundreds of tons of grapes, besides
his own vintage. Mr.. Specr's success
linn ni-iann frnm l.hQ BlrlCl PUrilV uuu
yaluablo properties of his wines for in
valids and feeble persons, and his repu
tatiou extonils arounu tno wonu.
Moorish Fattened Houri,
Tim tinsitinn of women aniontr the
Moors does not differ greatly from that
in all jMoiiamineuan countries), ami
therefore need not bo touched upon.
Onn r.natnm. howovor. is a curious one.
that of fattening tho bride for her wed-
3- im.. :-1 1 n .Ir. n oil
Ulllg. J.I1U VUUUg flll IB .V o.v
in a half darkened room, wearing ank
lets so heavv that she can move with
difficulty. She is then crammed with
pellets of wheat liowcr ana raaao to
drink enormous quantities of water, bo
tVint. Vipfnrn tlio liridcrrroom sees her
sho shall bo bloated to tho desirable
degree. The Moorish root), themselves
so lean, straight and tall, are groat nd
mirera of adinoee tiBBUo i n women, fat be
ing to them an essential clement of
beauty. "A good joaa lor a earner is
ono of their compliments, and every
thing is aono that can conduco to this
state. Tho women, seated always up
on soft cushions and crammed with
sweetmeats, soon grow enormously fat.
Lack of exerciso increases tho size of
their limbs -to such a degreo that en
largement of tho anklen becomes ajdia
eabe. Commercial Advertiser.
"The gentleman who is about to
shoot,'' said the master of ceremonies
at a tarcet practice, "is a famous
French duelist. Then tho frightened
crowd cot richt in front of tho tarcet
and becan to bieatho easy. New
Ro taot of noturo U mora prafnaat
with 'awful meaning than ths fact ot'lh.
lnharlun'ca of dlssai.
Uodarn tcltnoa, whioh has UlumtnaMd
o many dark soraevs ot nature,hss shed
onsw light oo ths ominous words of tho
Scriptures, "Ths tint of ths fathers,
(hall ba visited, upon the chlldran
unto tho third and fourth gsnaraUon."
yifly por coot, of cases of consumption,
cancer and scrofula, rust In families
ttroush luherltaoce.- Insanity Is hered.
Ilarjr In a marked degree, but, fortu
nately, Ilka many other hereditary
diseases, tends to wear Itself out, the
tack becoming extlict. A distin
guished scientist truly says i "No organ
or texture of the body le exempt from
the chance of being the subject of
hereditary disease.1' Probably mere
chronlo aleeases. which psrmansully
modify the structure end fuaotloue of
ths body-ere more er Use liable te be In
herited. The Important and far-reaching
praotloal deduotloa from such f sots
are ebvleus lo reflecting minds, and the
best meeae for preventing or eurlng
these dlseasee Is' a eubst of Intense In
terest to alL yertuneiefy nature has
provided remed. which experience
lies attested as Infallible, and the reme
dy Is the world-famous Uwlf t'e Bpeoldo,
pure vegetable compound nature's
antidote for all blood polsous. To tee
ataietedltli a bleeslng of Inestimable
value. An Interesting treatise oa
"lllood and Bkla Diseases" will be
mallei free by addressing
Til Bwirr Brimno Co.,
Drawer, AtUate, Uei
Vr.lltUi Uaiinrai It INK nrl
to tho prosus.
Tl liuthntp Plulfnrmsi and IMncj
ct ti boui-CUII llfvki, Fffclilllt. ltfiln Hi villi.
TARIFF AND r KCE TRAUB,
with eVrrameoUor ftod udaiit. 040pale XOO
r.ngruiittK uiitv i rire wiiva nun
Ungal HMD VI woman in wa cossi-
uti oraen tot isu vopaw Ma imv
irulrwuiua. na f o oucuiat,
Juifvr-z a Co-na.
Hon. Jos. P. Bass
li tho licst, known man In iwlcrn Maln, l-xcept
xinMii.i, nun, tuiuii',1 u. mninn. -t no reason ror
hh Ural ll tho fact Hint lie H i imshln. enrnrrtlo
bufilnefs man, nnd having wealth, Ii Interested In
many enterprises, giving employment lo many
people. About four years ago ho took a largo
tract of land In Uanitor. on which ho built a nno
race track, where, for tho last two yeara, tho New
Kngland Agricultural Soclsty havo held their
annual exhibitions. At this tlmo. Mr. llass over
taxed hla powers, weakened hli system by expo,
tire, and the result was he found himself a victim
ot Dyspopsla nnd Kidney dlwaso.
Ills food distressed him, no hailthn lame back,
thntlrwl renting, that weary, continuous pain, so
often described nnd so familiar to all surterlng
from these troubles. Ho was In despair of getting
well when, ono day, a "sudden whim," as Mr,
llasi terms It, changed tho whole current of his
life, llo Is a lnrgo owner In tho liangor IMIIv Com
inerctal, theoniceof which Is directly across tho
street from t ho llrown't. Harsnparllla establishment
and seeing several bottles dliplafed In the win
dow, yielded to tho "whim," went over, bought
ono anl used tho contents. It astonished him, In
asmuch as it aided him moro than all the pliysl
cUns and a southern trip, lie took tho tccoud
bottle, which was equally as efrectlvo as tho first,
and when tho lion, tleo. II Lorlng, ot Massachu
setts, lion, (loo- Noyes, of tho Massachusetts
l'Umghmnn, and other managers of I ho N. K Fair
camotaiungorln August, imm, tley found Mr.
itjiss in ixTit'i-t, m'luui, uiiusuieiy 10 mu use ui
Not genuine unless mado by Ara Warren
Bangor, Me, Mayas-d-ly.
Alt nrugfliti, 33c, 0c., Dd iai. FrrpBTfd only by
Dr. Bto Arnold Blt4. Corp. Woooiocfcal. K. Z
Want of Appetite.
This is sure and always safe.
Tot Sale by all Druggists. Pries 2S cts. p.r Iwis
8 boxes for G3cts.:or sont by mall, poaUgs fr.., on
Kc Ipt of pries. Dr. J. II. tklnuck Jt Sun, rhllsd's.
Kcwnrilvcl aro thoso that read
this and then act: thev will nnd honor.
nble employment ihivt will not take
tnem irom tnetr nomas una ratnines.
Tho proms are laruo nnd sure for every lnduatn-
ous oerson. manv have made and aro now innklnt-
Beveral hundred dollars a month. It Is easy for
nny one to make t.i and upwnrr.K per day, who is
willing to work. Hither sex, youni; or old; capital
not needed; we start you. Kveiythlnt: new. No
special ability required: you, render, can do It as
well aa any one. Write to us at onco for full par
ticulars, which we mall free. Address stlnson &
io., roniana, mainu. 2yacc30.
caveats and Trado Marks obtnlned.nnd nil Tatcnt
business conducted forMODKIIATB i'lCUS.
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Send model, drawlnt?. or nhnto.wtth rifwrtntlnn
We advlso If patentable or not, free ot charge.
Our fee not duo till nntentu ow-nrM.
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luiiniiuii, j iiuau nuuumiu J1LTU Ui prOe-
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TUB SCIKNClt ov
LIFE, Uie great
Medical Work of the
age on Manhood,Nerv
ons snd Physical De
bility, Premature Do-
VlinW TUVCn C cllne,Krroreof Youth,
nnUfl I nlOtLr land th untold miser,
les conseqnent thereon, 800 pages 8 va, 1M pre-
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ton. Mau.,or Or. W.H. l'AHKKlt, (rradaate of Har
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who may be consulted confidentially. Ofllce, No.
4 Itulnncu KL tiecialtjr, Diaeiwee of Man.
Cut tills out. You may nevar aev It asaln
DRS. J.N.&J.B. HOBENSACK
Medlcsl snd Surgical OfBea,
206 NORTH SECOND ST., PHILADA.
KSTA1ILIS1IEU 40 TKAUS
I'or ths treatment of Youthrul Imprudenee,
Ijosi of Tlgor, Norvous Debility and HpecUl
Ulsaases. Consultation by mall free of charge,
Dook Kent Fr...
Office hours from a a.m. to2 f.m.a from C to o v.u
,Ia ths Speedy Relief
OBTAINED BY USIW1
B..I.1 l.r Tun oilta Co., N.V.,
and UruL'lil.ts vnrrivh.-r..
Do Your Own Dyeing, at Home, with
PEERLESS DYES !
They will dye everything. They nro sold overy.
where, l'rleo 10c a package. 40 colors. They
haeno equal for strength, brightness, amount
in packages, or for fastness of color, or non-fading
qualities. They do not crack or smut. For sale
u aiojer uros. ana jas. u. aicrccr. reoirriy.
to rtnvsis for ths sale of Nnrstry '
:l Steady employment fuersnUed. SALARY
EXPENSES PAID, Apply ( once, sUUng tie.
m.... 11. .a... n. t
vueic uiguicrs vvuivaur, rocheste
Aug. nml Oct.
OLnsoi nod Uvuittflai th bJr,
1'ruiuuUi a luiurUu irrowth.
Nvtr FalU to lttort Gray
Hilr to Id Youthful Color.
CUM BCAJ J) tl I eH'ait Alul liAir UHllke
BtoievUruln, Lnmirvi comfort to tho twC NtTtr VtJIj
The Mfeert, cunC and Uwt cure for Cor nti-Hunt on. Jko,
ivvvi wuiiti at ' wieiuva.
IHRTli.mn from nnlcrlnl llirlcy Atall.nnd itimrniiltcd lo ho chemically p it
and, frrn Inmi Injurious oils nml iiliWiiltrii (niiinlntif In nlcohollc llqurns. It
ctipccmlly ndnplcd topCrwin roquliliiKri M imnlnt Ihk Intilr, t'onaumptlrca luitilf
greatly bcncntltil by tla tiw. Iici niiifnrtidrd by lontllnr ploslclntin n ft luiin tUs
Ncrvlno, Totlo and Alterative. For CoiifcUinptlveH It in lnnluablo. l'KlllilNK'H
1'UllK llAlll.KY .MALT WIIISKKY Insure a return of vlpor to tho Blomnch, u Rood
appetite, n rich anil abundant Mood nnd Increased flceh and muscular tlrsve. A
atlmulant mild nnd gcntloln clTect. Djspepsla, indigestion nnd nil watlD( dla,
eases can be entirely conquered by tho use or I'crrlne'B l'uro Dsrley alt Whiskey.
It Is a tonlo and dliiretto and n po eriul atrengthener to tho entire system. l'Kll.
KINK'S I'UHE liAHLRY MALT WlllHKKl has rrocd it medicinal protection lo
thOso who pursue their avocations in tho open air nhd whoso dally work calls It
ojceptlonni -powers of endutnnco. Ask Jour neatest drupglst or irroccr forfor
rKltlllNK'Sl'UllK HA1ILKY MALT WIIISKKY revives thocncrRlca of thonoworn
out with excessive bOillly ormentnlerrort nnd acts nn a safeguard against cxpo3uro
In wet nnd rlfc'oroue Heather. It will drlvo all matatlous diseases from tho system.
nam worKers or every vocation
icpsta nnu in j'crrine'S l'mo
Vol saie lit all druglsis
and eroccre throughou
tho united states and
Mall Whiskey a powerful lnlcoratit
and helper to iltt'eslloii. l'KIIHINl.'H
PUIIK llAllI.UY MALT WlllSllKT
without ii in In tj- stimulating tho kid.
neys Increase! their flagging activity,
counteracts tho effecti of faltgue, has
tens convalescence nnd Is a wliolcsnmO
nnd prompt diuretic. Watch tho label 1
Mono genulno unless bearing tho slgna.
37 NORTH FRONT ST. 38NORTH WATER ST., PHILA
Rffl HIO'IVJR'V ! ! li AfiUNTH WANTISIl nt once to supply Ten
- JC i 1 Million mtn-a with tho onlv olllclnl Hvch ot
CLE .ELAN ujslT HURMAN
liy lion. w. v. iIciihcI t also Mfoof Mrs.
uarinugo liox, nerorm Trade roiicy, sc., complete.
c jb. moBMia
WINES AND LIQUORS
AND JOBBER IN CIGARS.
We are offerinc: creat iiuhiccmonts to nersons desirine to
purchase Pianos, Organs ami Sewing Machines.
Among the Pianos we handle are the IYERS S? POND,
a a brig as, ba us $ co., sen oma cker Gold
String and Opera Pianos. These Pianos are all first-cla&B
and fully warranted for five years.
Our leading Organs are the celebrated ESTE 1', MILL'
ER, UNITED STATES and other macs.
Our leading Sewing Machines are tlie celebrated WJBITE
NEW DA VIS, NE W D OMESTIO, NE W HOME,
HOUSEHOLD, ROYAL ST. JOHN and STAND
ARD ROTARY Sewing Machine, the finest nnd best
Rotary Sewing Machine in the world.
Before purchasing write for Catalogues to J. SALTZER'S
PALACE OF MUSIC AND GREAT SEWING MACHINE
DEPOT, Main St., Bloomsburg, Pa.
Alexander Bros. (6 Co,
WHOLESALE DKALEI1S IN
FRUITS AND NUTS.
SOLK aUKNTS FOIt
I'JIKSII SVEBY WEEK.
BOLX 10IXTB FOB
V. Y. ADAMS & CO.,
80I0 agents of tho fol
lowing brands ot
Till, poneilar remedy nevar rail, to
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
And all diseases arising from a
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion.
TUe natural reenll l.ftoorl appetite)
and eolld riesu. Uoe. .mall i teicaut
ly euar coated and ea.y tu .MallorT.
' 150ID EVEEYWHEEE. --fl
BYSC3iVS5(iur5,i1JiilW"n'. lndlitcsllc.nl Us.
ARKKR'S OINQER TON O ollbuut U.Uj. It
. e.v iiuTJ '.. "it" i ui 'udy
tor mil ttfticlluBl of tb. thrbst sad lunus, and dlnu. s
iri?lJ."',mY!" "l"! n4 .sUuslKs. TbrCTi
k.'iTOtV!1"' ", and iolI drlfUo;
itirX t"" rrr thHrT.eUi It
Ud olsoraws U swuuk uiUvtli. Ocmiink
nnu pcrtwin. w noin a ne u.-n i ,ir.v me rentiers prone to
Tho analysis ns It appears by tho Lai
bel on every bottle! 1 ha o carefully an
alyzcd tlio rente IUrlkt Malt Wms
skv mado by M. & J, K I'crrlno and nnd
it entirely ireo rromiusci on.iuriuroi.
metals and nclda nnd Is absolutel)
puro." Alpiied, CVitpWrt Arthur Mater,
( wrti ana n ftsoaatn
FOH BALK UY DHUUUISTB ANU ALL UEALSIia. a
Clvclantl i exnulsito steel portraits. Voters
AkviiIh report fimncnso jhhwss. For best
iiuiiuAioi uitus, Philadelphia, IM
AS FOLLOWS :
BLOOMSBUKG PLANING MILL
The undersigned bavluB put his Planing M
n Itatlroad street, in first-emus condition, la nro
ared to do all kinds of workln hlsllne,
FRAMES, SASH, DOORS,
urnlshco uv rousuuauioprlcee. All lumber uso
a well spasoned and none but skilled workmen
ESTIMATES FOR BUILDINGS
urnlshed on appllrotlon. nans and epecirt
one prepared by au experienced draughtsman