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COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
The RepuMoan Restoration.
Prank Daggort's Or oat Find-
IN A PETULANT MOOt UK rul.t.9 UP 1113
PICK AND DISCOVERS A 001.1) MINE.
Ia la unfortunato, (rom every point
of view, that tho Republican regime
bIiou'iiI bo rcstorod after nn interval of
onlv tour voM. Tho Iiltrlmat wclfnro Trom tho Proscott (Artiona) Times.
of ttio country required that '.ho chanco It wiib on July a, 18H0. that Frank
decreed nnd tho forma demanded bv IS. Dacnett, nn entcrprlslnc nroacctor,
tho noonlo In 188 1 should bo carried to wna olfinblnif tho tiilo of Lynx Creek
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Prefcot. Tho usual kit of a prospoctor,
consisting of a pick and shovel, woro
swung over his shoulder. When well up
the mountain ho stopped beneath tho
protecting houghs ot n juniper trco to
rest lis toll into a slumber, and, on
awakening, gathered up his pick and
Wings and Strings.
Pcoplo Pay Ilcavy Bills
their logioal conclusion. That they
havo notbeon nnd that tho old older of
things is to bo revived aro duo to tho
mistakes nnd blunders, of tho Admin!
tration mid tho dilatoriness of tho
Democrats in Concress.
Tho election fhows that New York
!s still a Democratic Slato. Tho Doll
ing of Now Jcwoy and Connooilmtt and shovel to purauo his journey, his ob
tho largo Democratic gains on the jcctivo point beitig a gold-bearing
iionnlar vote in other States nrovo that quartz claim on tho other sido of the
Tariff Reform Is a rmnular Issue. But mountain, which ho intended to pros
tho lestio was snrunu oithor two years peot. In throwing his pick on his
too lato or ono year too soon. Tho shoulder it slipped, and, falling behind
Presidency was sacrificed by thW blun- him, its sharp point struck his log onus
ilnr. nml ilm lnm In llin mntn nttoravat- ine nrcat nnln. Ho picked it uo. nnd.
ing because of tho accompanying dem- with a vehement oatli,stuck it into tho
onstration thnt tho Domocratio party is ground impetuously, saying it could
Stronger Willi mo peoplO mail 11 was iriiiuiti uiuiu. iv urniug uu ii auw biuiib
This Is tho airy, stinging titlo of
another sprightly amusing book by
Palmer Cox. It is onoof tho QUEER
PEOPLE series, and simlllar to its
companion "Paws and Claws,'' of
which wo told you recently. This is
ono of tho funniest and brightest books
for youngsters wo havo uvor seen.
Tho illustrations arc splendid and will
mako tho boys nnd girls roar with
laughter. Tho Boston Budget, sayM
"as a holiday book nothing could be
more appropriate, since nothingcould lh? Jl')r'l
confer greater pleasure upon the action upon me stomnc
mm. XT-.! 1 i) i.ii landRkln. For all wasto
"u "' iin iii must C(lst 0 y mMM of thdso channels.
call savsi "Jiceruvaoe IS a picture 1 nneuuiallsm, scrofula, bronchia gout consump-
iJi,., , , .....i' .. s... ..;. tion, malaria, catarrh, hay fovcr. all skin affect-
U7u tut trio iimi, niiwii, uunuim jj i ions and eruptions are diseases ot the blood.
fun, never ceasing. It mil make
young eyes blaze.' it will certainly
bo wouderfully popular. It is publish
ed by Messrs. Hubbard Bros., of
Philadelphia, Chicago and Kansas
City, to whom persons doViring a copy
or an agency should apply.
For medical attendance and modlclno. Richness Is
expensive, and ttioso with small Incomes reel this
burden keenly. Tho physician must sometimes
be called but ho Is not needed one-tenth as often
as many think. What Is required Is a family
mcliclno ono that will relloro and euro those
ailments which are lliblo to come at any season
and to attack bothsexpa and all ages. Amid the
host of articles that are orfered to tho publlo for
this purpoio no trly all aromolctw or worso than
useless. It Is no vain boast to say t hat t he medi
cine, herein mentioned Is of a very different char,
acter. What It has done Ij known to multitudes
of persons whom It has curodot weary and pain
ful diseases. It has saved time, money and many
dear and precious Urea. Now please understand
that as tho life H In the blood so disease and death
aro in mo moon uci tne potion om or mo dioou
and llfo and health at once return to every part ot
thobody, Dr. nrown'soarssparlllatlocsihhwork
mitrklv and stirelr throutrh Iih direct and positive
action unon the stomach, bowels, kldncis. liver
and skin. For all wasto and corrupt elements
four vears aco,
But thouuh defeated tho party is not
disraaved. Democratic principles will
triumph in tho next campaign. This
cleotou was sitnnlv thrown awny. Tho
ro election of Gov. Htix in this State,
a candidato thoroughly acceptablo to
Ins partv nnd calculated to nrouso
onthusiaiu of Democratic voter?, war.
rants tho belief that under proper
conditions tho Democracy can reclaim
tho presidency in 1802.
It is a mitigation of tho defeat to
know that tho successful candidate is a
man of tho hiubesl personal eharacter
and of respectable qualification for tho
office. Gen. Harrison is a better man
for President tlnn any candidato who
lias been Belecti d by tho republicans
since Lincoln. It is a matter of crave
doubt, however, whether ho has tho
force of character to onablo him to
conduct his Adminstration free from
tho demoralizing influonocs of the do
cenerato politicians who havo succeed
ed for tho most part to tho former
statesmanlike leaders of tho Repub
AVo havo full faith that tho Demo
cratic defeat is onlv temporary. Tho
jmin easing poinowhat,
his mind and returned
Is undoubtedly caused by lathio acid in
I the blood. This acid attacks tho fibrous
On pulling it up somo shining metal tissues, nnd causes tho pains and aches nangor, Me.
in luo U.IUK, ruuumuiB, kiiuu?, mijk.ivp,
hips, and wrist. Thousands of peoplo
havo found in Hood's Sarsaparilla a
lOsitive cure for rheumatism. This mod
Mr. (loo. If. Wish, of the firm ot Thaxtcr H Wish,
Bangor, Mo., was aflltctod with ascrolulous humor
which causod troubleoomo sores upon both his
leirs. Many remedies were used and several
phvslctans consulted, without result. After taking
Brown's Harsaptnlla a short tlmo ho was better,
and soon uiocrupuons disappeared ana ne is now
an ngiiu J ms is oniy one oi a uiousaau victories
was raised with it. Ho had accident
ally struck his pick into a blind ledge,
which is known as tho Amulet Mine,
and from which there has bren shipped
850,000 worth of high grado oro. Ho
took in as a partner J. M. W. Moore,
nn nssayer in tho district, who has re
cently purchased tho discoverer's inter
est tn tho initio and is now sole owner
of tho property. Tho main shaft on
tho property is lul) tect deep.
At tho utty-teet lovel a dritt was run
for sixty feet and the oro all stopped
out from that up to tho surface. At
100 feet drifts were run in both direct
ions, one twenty feet and ono fifty feet.
There aro also two other shafts fifty
feet deep and an open cut running
from the face of the mountain to ono
of them about sixty feet. From these
openings the above amount of first
class oro has been taken and shipped,
tho eocond-class oro reraaininn on the
dump, not bearing transportation. Tho
owner and uhnrlcs A. Uirdler, a inin
ing expert, visited tho property recent-
party is right, and in a government oi ly and raado careful measurement of
the right will prevail.
A Oobra's Vengeance.
A BUPEnSTITION THAT
SNAKE NEVEll KOIIQIVES
tho dumps, estimating that thoy con
tained 2,000 tons of second-class ore.
A ton of it was taken promiscuously
and sampled and assayed, civine
valuo of 35.50 per ton, or an aggregate
vatuo ot $7i,uuu
Andrew Fisher, nn craployo of tho
Madras Railway Comp tny, was seated
in the verandah of his bungalow and
observed two larco cobras on the bar
ren plain immediately tu front of tho
house. Arming himself with s stout.
stick, he proceeded to the spot and en
countered tho snakes. He suooecded
in killing ono of them, while tho other
which had been slightly wounded,
manacred to escape.
Mr. Fisher hunted about for tho
runaway, but could not find it. He
then returned to his bunnalow and
rested for some time, as ho was off
duty. Later in the day he prepared
to go to bis work and with that ob
ject got oat his clothes to dress. He
sat on his cot and was about to put on
his shirt, when he felt something bito
him on tho back. Ho turned around,
nnd to his horror he found a snake on
the cot beside him, which ho is said
to have recotrnized as tho cobra he
had wounded that mornintr. Ho im
mediately sought medical relief and
all kinds of remodies were applied,
but to no effect, and ho died in tho
It is commonly believed among the
nin3oo3 tht no .animal is more re
vcngoful tnan tho obra, and that if
an attempt was made to kill it and it
escapes, it never gives itself rest un
til it has wreaked its vengeanoe upon
its assailant. Homeicara Mail.
His Wish Was Gratified.
There were lots of negroes on tho
boat as passengers, and one afternoon
as the boat left Baton Rouge a little
crowd of us on the promenade deck
nnf in .li'aMiaatnrv tllft nnlfM-Hfl mfln.
The Colonel, who was from Wiscon- h'" l1" stopped, instead of promptly
sin, claimed that the reason tho white ?"'n2 ha& tho FP distanoo to
men did not cet aloue better with the warn lbe approaching tfainbo stop-
The Jury Fixes The Blame-
ENGINEERS AND UKAKKMAN OUII.TT OF
After threo days' session the coron
er a jury which had been investigating
the recent accident on the liehich Val
ley railroad at Mud Run, by wbioh so
many lives were lost, reaohed the lol
lowing verdict: "Wo find that
tho engineers of locomotives 452 and
4GG of tho seventh section were guilty
of gross negligence. First, in failing
to discover tho red siernal in time, the
evidence clearly showing that this sig
nal was in full view as their trains ap.
proached, and secondly, lor not ap
proaching the station uudor tail control
as required bv both creneial and spec
ial orders. The evidence also shows
that tho air brakes of the entire section
were under the control of ihe engineer
ot locomotive 400, and that he could
have stopped tbo train in spite of the
looomotive ahead, 452, we find that
the lookout-men of locomotive 452
were guilty of grOFS negligenoe in fail
ing to report to their respective engi
neers the red light at the station as the
train approached. The men wero
placed on their respectivo engines as
an additional precaution, their special
duty being to look out for the signals.
The lookout man on No. 452 failed to
see the signal. The other ono on No.
4C6 testified that ho saw it when about
fiftt en hundred feet from the station
and yet he reported all right to tho en
gineer and claims that lie did not think
that the red light meant anything, as
nobody used it. AVo find that the
rear brakoman of the sixth so -tion was
guilty of gross negligence,, for when
Not Kcnutno unless made by Ara Warren Co.,
cine, by its purifyinc nction, neutral
izes tho acidity of tho blood, and also
builds up and stronrrtlicns tbo whole
She Booame Wealthy.
"I was attorney for the rail
road twenty years ngo," said a Detroit
awver, "and one day Went out to settle
a loss with a woman. Sbo and her
husband had been struck at a crossing,
ami, whuo she was nadlv hurt, he was
killod outright and tho horses nnd bug-
y smashed to pieces. Thoy had tho
ead wood on us for $15,000, as tho
engineer did not signal tho crossing. 1
went out to make an offer of about
$12,000. The widow was not ablo to
sit up, and I atopped at a store in a vil
lage and bought somo oranges and
lemons aud took them up. When wo
bnally not around to the matter ot
" 'los, it was a sad thine, and tho
railroad was to blame, but I don't want
to bo mean about it. 1 suppose the
president and all of 'cm are worried
most to death, aud I supposo I could
stop all tho cars from l mining, but I
want to bo just. You bringing up that
fruit proves how kind-hearted j on all
are, and if you think you could afford
to give me $1,000 I'll sign off."
"I made her accept S5.000, and took
her tho money myself. When she re
ceived it she asked:
'Won't tho road bo orippledt'
"Oh no. w.i,i
' 'Cars run just the samil'
" And.n'ono of you folks aro mad at
"' Well, then, I'll take itibut il tho
road should get hard up and want to
boriow, it'll find mo ready to lend.' "
Detroit 'Free l'ress.
The treatment ot many thousands of case
of those chronlo neakncswi and distressing-
llmnt nftilliir tn f.mslM a, tl TnvolMa1
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. f .,
has afforded a vast exporlonce In nloely adapt
ing and thoroughly testing remedies for the
cure of woman's peoullar maladies.
Dr. fierce' Favorite rreecrlntlon
is tho outirrowth. or result, of this irreat and
valuable eiperlenoe. Thousands of testimo
nials, received (rom patients ana from phyii
Hun who hnra tested It In the mom nffcra-
vated and obstinate cases which' had batlled
their skill, move It to be the most wonderful
remedy ever devised for the relief and cure ot
suffering women. It is not recommended as a
"cure-all," but as a most perfect Speclflo for
woman peculiar anmenu.
Am a powerful, invigorating tonic,
It lmrj&ru itrength to the whole system.
and to the womb and it appendages in
partloular. For overworked, "worn-out,"
run-down." debilitated teachers, milliners.
dressmakers, leamstresscs, "shop-girls," house
keepers, nursing mothers, and feeble women
generally. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
is the a-reatest earthlr boon, twins- uni-oualed
as an appetizing cordial and restoratlvo tonio.
Am a oothlua; and strengthening
nervine, "Favorite Prescription" Is une-
3ualed and Is invaluable in allaying and aub
ulng nervous excitability, irritability, ex
haustion, prostration, hysteria, spasms and
other distressing, nervous symptoms com
monly attendant upon functional and organlo
disease of the womb, it Induces rsfrcahlnir
sleep and relieves mental anxiety and de
Or. lMcreo's Favorite Prescription
1 a legitimate medicine, carefully
compounded by an experienced and skillful
physician, and adapted to woman's delicate
organization. It la nurelv vegetable in Its
composition and perfectly harmless in lu
effects in any condition of the systom. For
morning sioaness, or nausea, xrom wnaiever
cause arising, weaic siomacn, inaigcsuon, ays-
lepsie ana ainarea symptoms, lis use, in small
will pruTti very injneuuiau
"Favorite Prescription'' Isaposl
colored man was because he did not
study his pbysiogomy. "You just tet
em down as lazy, trilling and dishon
est, ho said to tho JHaior, who was
from South Carolina, "ana the good
stiller with tho bad.
'Do you believe there is such a thing
as an honest niccer in Louisiana!"
asked the Major.
"Of course I do."
"Could v ou" pick out ono in tint
crowd down there!"
CertainU I could."
"Well, go ahead lor Iho cig.w.
Just pick your man. hand bun a pieoo
of money, and tell him to walk to tin
stern post an I hack and return it."
"bay, Major, there s thirty negroes
down there I d trust with my wallet.
"Very well. Wu'll o down nnd
yon pick ono out."
Tho Colonel passed a dozen before
he came to a middlo.aged man asleep
on a sack of cotton-seed meal. lie
studied tho fellow's face for a long
minute nnd theu shook hitu awake.
"What's de row!" demanded tho ne
"I ara going to tiust you," replied
tho Colonel; "I havo been looking you
over and I know you to bo an honest
"I ar dat,"
"Here's a S20 cold piece. Take it
to tho stern of tho boat, mako a wish
for one paiticular thine and bring il
Tho negro seized it and tstaited off,
and ho had no sooner reached the stern
than wo heard a groat yelling up stairs,
followed by tho bolls to stop the boat.
Wo ran up and there was the Colonel's
honest nogro between us and the shore,
striking out liko a whale, and his
mouth out of shaoowith the gold pieco
stuffed into it. While we wero still
lookini? bo reached tho bank, crawled
upon the levee, and then turned and
"I just dun wished I was ashore, an'
ver l am. uood-byo, white loikbi
"Still," said the Sfajor, as he turned
to sit down, "tho Colonel might try a
dozen moro and find them all honest."
Hut tho-Colonel went off to his stato
room in a huff. Detroit Free J'ress.
ped at the. station. 'There was timo
enough for him to havo gone baok
nearly half a mile, but ho went less
than four hundred feet. We find that
tho conductors of tho two sections
failed in their duly, the first in not
conforming to the rule requiring each
conductor to see personally that his
brakoman protects the rear of bis
train, and tho second in not requiring
liia train to approach the station under
Tammany True to Cleveland
Any talk about the soiling out of ra
tional ticket by Tammany Hall is not
only unjut but it is a deliberate and
wilful misrepresentation. The returns
show that tho Tammany vote was oast
staight for all tho Democratic candi
dates. In tho hour of his triumph last
Tuesday night Mr. Urant expressed
deep regret at tho rumors of Cleve
land's defeat nnd declared that he
would rather have been beaten adbzon
times over than have lost tho national
ticket. At the same time he declared
that Tammany had done nobly in tho
national contest, and gavo the rank
and file of tho County Democracy
credit for having resisted the attempts
of somo of their lendcis to lead them
iuto bargains against the President aud
the Govrenor. The votes show that
treachery in tho County Domocratio
ranks was confined to tho leaders of tho
organization. Mr Cleveland's increased
vote in this city of 13,000 shows con
clusively thai- ho was squaroly support
ed here. It is to bo regretted tnal sq
much cannot bo said for Kings county,
Tho "drop-a nickcl-in-tho-slot"
racket is worked in all sorts oi imagi
nable shapes in Krastina, whore Buf
falo Hill's Wild West show is located.
It is reported some kind friend from
tho city decorated ono of Buffalo Dill's
Indian tepees with a large black letter
siun, w inch read: "ihrowm a brick
aud feeo an Indian como out."
The Oase of the Boiled Nantlooke Miners
WiLKEB-BARnk:, Nov. 5. Tho cases
of the twci.ty-six miners buried in No.
1 slope of tho Pennsylvania Coal Com
pany by the disaster at Nanlicoke
noarly three years ngo were argued be
fore Judge liioo in Chambers to-day.
Tho attorney for tho company argned
ut length tnal all had been dono that
oouid bo done, and that it wua found
by competent engineers and miners
that it is a physical impossibility to
have trie bodies rr-moved from the pit.
the attornoys lor the relatives claim
thai it could be done and offered to
havo t!,o work accomplished, relieving
the company frcm any blamo or re
sponsibility in caso of any accident.
Tho Judge heard both sides patiently
and then took the papers. Ho an
nounced that he would dispose of the
tire euro for the most complicated and ob
stinate cases ot loucorruea. excessive nowing,
painful menstruation, unnatural suppressions,
prolapsus, or falling ot the womb, weak back,
" female weakness," anteverslon, retroversion,
bearing-down sensations, chronlo congestion.
Inflammation and ulceration of the womb. In
flammation, pain and tenderness in ovaries,
accomnanled with " internal heat.'
A a regulator and promoter of func
tional action, at that critical period of change
from girlhood to womanhood, "Favorite Pre
scription " Is a porf eotly safe remedial agent,
and can produce only good results. It is
equally efficacious and valuable in its effects
when taken for those disorders and derange
ments Incident to that later and most critical
penoo, anown as --me unange or Lire."
--iiiuiiiD i c.Lriiuiuiit'' wuun uacn
In connection with tho use of Br. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, and small laxative
doses of Dr. Pierce's Purgative Pellets (Little
Liver Pills), cures Liver. Kidney and Bladder
uiawucs. -jueir oomuineu use also removes
blood taints, and abolishea cancerous and
a positive guarantee, from the manu-
xaciurers, mat it win give sausraction in every
uu&ur (uuuox nut mi TOiuuucu. .una guaran
tee has been printed on the bottle-wrapper.
iuiu uutuiuiir varoeu vm lor many years.
I.nrgo bottles noO doses) (1,00, or six
bottles tor $5.00.
For large. Illustrated Treatise on Diseases of
women (iou pages, paper-oovaredj, send ten
cents in stamps. Address,
World's Dispensary Hedletl Association,
603 Main St, BUFFALO, N.Y,
scrofulous humon from the system.
"Favorite Prescription" is the or
medicine for women, sold by druggists, tuid
A Joke on Hewitt,
A practical loko was played on Ma
yor Hewitt, ot Now York, tho other
week. Jio received a loiter wlioeo
writer complained that n "gang of
thlovos and murdorers woro infesllnu
tho block bounded by Centre, Leonard,
Kim and White streets nnd that a
oitl.in oouldn't go through thnt block
at night." Mr. Hewitt referred tho
letter to Captain McCullagh with tho
nsual direction. The Captain mado
prompt reply. Ho said "tho ohargo
waa true,' but added that "tho thieves
and murderers woro all under look nnd
koy. Thoy were in tho Tombs.'
An Old Nnrso's Thirty Years Experience-
An old tnii'sn ol 30 vears (-xporionco
says that sho has never used a wino
that has had such a plenainc effect on
hor patients ns thai mado by air. Al-
red opetr, ot i'fssatc, iN. .1. It is n
puro article nnd peoplo havo oonll
demo in it. Ask, any noted physiolan.
l1 or soio by druggists.
It is tho experience of publishers
that loo many peoplo aro apt to think
it matters but little whether the news
paper bill is promptly paid or not
that is a small sum and Is of bul littlo
consequence. This Is not becatiao sub
scribers aro unwillii.K to pay, hut rath
or becauso they are negligent. Each
cue imagines bccaino his year's indebt
ness only amounts to a small sum, tho
publisher cannot bo much in want of
it, without for a moment thinking that
tho incomo of n paper is made up ot
just such small amounts, and thnt tho
ntraregato of all sulsciiplions is by no
moans an inconsiderable sum of
A GENTLEMAN WELL KNOWN
and largely cugaged in tho drug
trade remarked: "l'UJND'S JiA-
TRACT is a priceless remedy for
piles, I havo been fifteen years
martyr to them. 1 suffered every
tiling but death. I tried all tho most
celebrated doctors, and look hen
said he, as ho opened a closet contain
ing hundreds of empty bottles nud
bores, "I took and applied all that
cupboard and trash without benefit.
Nothing bflpt-d mo until 1 found
POND'S EXTRACT, nnd that cured
m . I have now been well for years,
but I keep that closctful of all tho old
bottles to show how muon a man may
suffer nud tako." IAlce other go.d
things, l'tWD'S JfiXTKACT his
been imitated. Avoid these toorthless
You will Savo
Bad Silver Dollars.
UAKnEKOUS COUNTKKFEITS CIRCULATED
IN WESTERN 1'BNNSTI.VANIA.
AND WILL CUM5
A particle Is applied Into each nostril and is
airroeable. ITlce tso cents at Druggists ; by mall,
registered, 60 eta. ELY UUOTHilUS, 66 Warred
Street, New York. oct 2c-d-4t,
Tho Pi.tsburg Commercial Gazette
says : The counterfeit silver dollar
has again mado its appearanco in somo
of tho towns of Pennsylvania, near tho
XNriw 101k Mate line, and also iust
within tho counties along the boundar
ies of that Slate. United States de
tective McSweoney loft for the upper
oil' country on Siturday, but ho refus
ed to talk about tho object of his mis
sion to tho locality. lie acknowledg
ed that eounti rfeit coin was bv' ig cir
culated in various parts of tbo State,
but ho would not slato whether ho had
any knowleJgo of the identity of the
persons who wero makliiL' and circu
lating the bogus m mey. He paid,
however, that highly important devel
opments might bo expected in about
It was learnod from another sourco
that Chief IMI, of tho Seoret Service
Department, had detailed four nien to
I 1. P. I n a
.nn, V ito l" ' l Caveafa .fttaoo Marrfobtaffiednd all AfSat
countertt-itera who were circulaliuer businessconductedroritionKitvrKi'KKs.
llOtrllS silviT ildllnrj in Huff-tin Frio "UK OFFICE IS Ol'IMSlTE U. S. I'ATKNT
y Buvtr (in liars in uuitaio, crie, 0mcE. We hue no sub-agencies, all business
JatlletoWi), N, Y, Corry, la,, Oil direct, heneo can transact patent business in less
f ,i .,., fn--., .!. . i lime ana at wisa uuai tuan tuose remuvoirom
.v, ,.,i, iMHuvta irnu untie Washington.
Cleanses and beautifies the hair,
1'xomotet a luxuriant growth..
ruver rant to tuitor uray
Hair to Its Youthful. Color. .
Prerenta D&ndrnft an4 hrUr fUlw
in tho ticiuity of these towns and
cities. The counterfeit, it is said, is
tho hnest ever turned out of au ibegal
mint in this country. It is the exao.
weight, perfectly moulded, and could
Ojly bj distinguished irom the gonu
ino by experts. Tho greasy appear
ance so apparent in other bogus coins
is absent in tho litest issue.
ThefO coins ato differently dated,
but they aro both of tbo amo issue.
Tho change in dates was dono for the
purpose of moro readily deceiving
tradeap 'opl The faotory where this
very daugerotis "queer is turned out
is supposed to be iu tho neighborho id
of Girard, Pa , but on this point tho
Siciet service ollioors an very reti-oeut.
send model, drawing, or plioto.wlth description.
wo advise u paiem&Qie or not, iree oi cuarge,
Our reo not duo till Datcnt la secured.
A bookV'IIow to Obtain l,atenta,"wlthretercn3es
o actual enema in your siaio, county, or town,
ni ires. AuurebB
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
opposite ratontomce, Washington, D. 0
A sunflower twolve feet high with a
blossom fifty- ix inuhes in diameter, is
a ptoduct of Nevada.
A Modern Instance-
"Madame, aro you a Homan suffra
gist!" "Nr, sin I haveu'v timo to bo.'1
"Haven't timo' Wo'l, if you had
tho privilege of voting, whom would
"Tho samo man I've lupported for
"Aud who is Ihatt'1
"My husband." Nebraska State
A successful thiropdist in Pittsburg
has 1,000 olieiiti who each pay him
$10 a week to i;otp their itot in
fop or condition. ,
MT THE ONLY
Are Diamond Dyes. Tbey excel all others
in Strength, Purity and Fastness, None others
are Just as good, Ileware of imitations they
are made of cheap and Inferior materials and
give poor, weak, croclcy colon. (
36 colors; 10 cents each.
Send postal for Vf Bool, Simpls Caid, dlrtctlc.ni
tor coloring 1'hotos., making tht finit Ink or Bluing
(10 cts. a quart), etc. Sold by Druggists er by
WUS, RICHARDSON i CO.. Burlington, Vt.
For Olidlng or Dronilng Fancy Arllclis, USB
Qstt, IllTir, Dryats, Cpr, Oalf it luu,
'-LlJl'lt. tho ercat
Medical Work of tho
and l'hjralcu: De
bility, Prcmatoru Do
te' U Is VI TUVCCI C dine. Errors of Youth,
nliUlT I si I O U L f S and the untold miner
u consequent thereon, 800 pases 8 va, 1'tf pre
nrrliitlona lor all diaeases. Cloth, (all Kilt, only ll.oo,
by mall, aealed. Illustrative sample f rou to all yuunj
ami nrildle-azed men. bend now. The Gold and
lewelU-dMrdalawardad to the author by Uie Nation
al Medical Association. Addreaa P.O. llox lKM.llos
1011, M tM.,or Dr. W.1I. TAllKKlt, jrradoat of liar
vard Medical College, !tt ycara' practice In Uoaton,
ho may be conaiiltkl confldenUally. Ofllce, No.
I ItulQnch HL Specialty, Diaeases of Man.
Cut tills out, Yoo way neTer see It agula,
CURES I PROOFS"
, , "Faint's Celery Com.
riOUralglQ Pound cund my ner.
ow tick bladacliei."
Mrs. L. A, UatNTNBt,
.aMM..,. Compound. 1 am curtd
Rlimimntlam Samukl Hutchinson.
, noummmm bouth cornih. n, i.
... . "It hn duDt di mor
K I d noy good ror udny
, than any other nvdi
Diseases cine" gro. auott,
Sioux City, low,
. Nn "J'aint Ctltry Com
pound bit ttio iTgtcat
All Llvor Uoifit for torpid rivir,
All .Uivur liidJgtiUun.fcndllUoui.
DlBordcirft "' Euiamth c,
. UtUt. QatchM. Vt
Ttt ClUilil Hi
Let lb tsrtwtiL.
1'rr s1(l('iti tvud
suiiii ui Ittl rtloti ft
PA Li ut t'Ait.
bfiisshuur- Civil Xirv ci. Prcfc hMUi. Isfflii
TARIFF AND FREE TRADE,
Kith iriUiiieoUforftadusvliut. lltKPnar
July27-Z & co-4m.
MONTH lor Hfliill..T.icfctfl.ll0ti.
tna or womea ia imii ocucij
urdera fur this doduUt aud faaU
irret r UJ. (Und for rlroui&i
ZILULUl Jk tO.UChtitAui St i'Ula. l'
to f anrais (or the tsle of Narsery
Stock I Bteady cmploymtct ruarsstted. SALARY
AND EXPENSES PAID. Apply st occs, tUtlD( Ss.
should be uaed in aucmptinK to euro
that very dis.irreoable diacae, catairli
A citnrrh oritzinatcs in imiiuritica in
the blood, local applications can do no
permaneut cood. Tho common-sensn
method of treatment is to tiunfy the
blood, and for this ptiipoo there U no
preparation Bupunor to floods harea-
parilla. That this peculiar medicine
does cure catarrh is rhown by the
many testimonials from peoplo who
havo found relief upon using it when
all others had failed. A book con'
tainins statements of cures sent on
receipts of two-cent stamp, by 0. I
HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass.
The Paupack creek in Pike county,
Pennsylvania, is the dwelling place of
a monster more wonderful than the
sea serpent, if ono can beliovo the
stories told by the peoplo in tbo vici
nity. They rtaeribe the beast as bav
ing a bead like an apo" nnd square
shoulders like a human beinc. From
the shoulders of the creature there ox
tend leers or arm?, which terminate in
great claws. The body of tho mon
ster, which is fully six feet in lonuth
is of a reddish-brown tint, very like
that of a lizar.l, and terminates in
tail liko that of rt liob. Tho creaturu'tt
body is bare of any covering, but
about tho head and neck is a mano of
reddish hair. It is ii'cdless to say
that tho county is excited over the
strange animal. Various parties sur
round the creek each day in hopes of
capturing the boifct, but up to tho pro-
sent timo tlii-ir endeavors havo not
been crowned with success.
I Aug. and Oct
Out of tho Broastworks.
Tate Springs, Tknn., July 4, 188
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.:
Gentlemen Seven years ago I contracted
an exceedingly bad case of blood poison. I
tried a physician, the best at command, but
secured no benefit. My throat began to
get sore, and my body covered with sores
and ulcers. Going from bad to worse, I
felt that , my grave must be reached in the
near future. I gave up the doctors' treat
ment, and with a despairing hope I com
menced talcing your medicine. I began to
improve from the first bottle, and la a short
time the ulcers healed, and my skin cleared
off and was entirely well.
One year ago a case of catarrh developed
in my system. The physician did his best,
but could not cure me ; but two bottles of
Swift's Specific gave me permanent relief.
J. H. Robinson.
Kaufman, Tex., June 23, 1888.
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.:
Gentlemen I have been afflicted with a
skin disease for about twelve years, and the
best medical treatment failed to give me re
lief. 1 am now using Swift's Specific, and
have received the greatest benefit from its
use. Yours truly, Wm. Jones.
For sale by all druggists.
The Swift Specific Co.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
New York, 756, Broadway.
London, Eng., 3s Snow 1 1 Hi,
MASON & HAMLIN
The cabinet oraa was Introduced in its present
form by Mason & Ilsmllu In 1841. Other makers
followed In the manufacture of these instruments,
bat the Mason A llamlln Organs have always main
Utned their supremacy as the best In the world,
t Msson A Ilsmlln offer, as demonstration ot tha
enequaltod excellence ot their organs, the (act that
at all oi the great World's Kxhlbiuons, since that of
with best mak 1 1 U 1 1 fl M Vrsof all conn,
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Mason A llamlln do not hesitate to make toe sx
Inordinary claim for their pianos, that they ara
superior to all others. They recognize the high
excellence achieved by other leading makers In the
an of plana building, bat still claim superiority.
Tills tney attribute solely to the remarksbls lm
Drorement Introduced br them In the vear 183S.
fllASON a I1AJSUH rUSO
'wkh greaUy In.
snacl- QIAbS at CFalOHT. tv f or atandlnir
au uu, auu uiucr iiupurtam auraniagca.
and now hnown as the
Is secured the
si bis parity and
cud capacl- 01A8S OrSlaBT.
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and free from Injurious oils and odds oltcn contained In alcoholic liquors, ills
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rreatly benefitted by us use. ltecommended by leading physicians as aliluretlv
Nervine. Tonlo and Alterative. For consuuiptltts It ft Imaluable. I'EItUINK'S
ruilK llAlUKY MALT WHISKEY Insures a return of vigor to tbo stomach, u good
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I Iiyspcpsia una in l-ernne s rure jjuric-
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'without unduly stimulating the kid
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, counteracts tho erfocts or fatigue, has
' tens convalescence nnd Is n wholesome
and prompt diuretic. Watch the label I
Mono genulno unless bearing the signature
n.. .. h 41,1, ml
bel on every bottte: 1 have carefully an
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ikt made by M. ft J. K l"errlne and nnd
!lt entirely Irco from fusel oil. f urturol,
metals and acids and Is absolutely
pure." sroiifd, Camilla Arthur llatrr,
llraauateofthe UnivertUlo of MunlcJi,
yoi saie uy all drug
and grocers tnroun
the united Btatesa
37 NORTH FRONT ST. 38NORTH WATER ST., PHILA
rOKSALE BY DRUGGISTS AND ALL DRALGRS.
We aro offering great inducements to persons desiring to
purchase Pianos, Organs and Sewing Machines.
Amona: the Pianos we handle are the IYEBS & PdND
C. C B BIGGS.ra BiaSr CO., SCI10MACKEB Gold
Sti'insf and Ope for flv nos. Thesu Pianos are all first-clasu
and fully warranted for five years.
Our leading Organs are the celebrated ESTEy. MILL-
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Oi r leading Sewing Machines are the celebrated WHITE.
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Before purchasing write for Catalogues to J. SALTZER'S
PALACE OF MUSIC AND GREAT SEWING MACHINE
DEPOT, Main St., Bloomsburg, Pa.
sour iaaT8 for
F. V. ADAMS CO-.,
Bole agents of thefol.
lowing brands of
Alexander Bros. S Go,
WHOLESALE DEALER'S IN
FRUITS AND NUTS.
SOLE AGENTS FOH
rltESH EVEKV WEEK.
A8 FOLLOWS :
A eli-calavr. eonlAtiilDaT ttiatimonlatJa tmm thrM
hundred puTcbiM , muilcUni, &nd tuien, teot,
logetbcr with deacrlptlre uuiogne, to mjr ftppUciuL
riuoa and Org&oa told for CftsU or cm m
MASffN & HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO CO,
VUTON. tiUW YOIUL. CIUUAUO.
Oct r broa
BLOOMSBURG FLAKING MILL
Tho undersigned baring pat bis Planing M
Kallroad street, In nrst-ciass condition, lipn
'red to do all kinds ot work In bis line,
FRAMES, SASH, DOORS,
ornlsned ai rvasuuauie prices. All lumber use
s well seasoned ana none but stilled workmen
ESTIMATES FOR BUILDINGS
furnished on application.
C. IB. JBOBMNS,
A. C. YATES & CO.
Mtv atlinroucli knowlodirootthQ natural laws
which covern tho oreratlons of dlircstlon and
nutrition, and by a careful application or tbo nno
properties ol well-selected rocoa, Mr. Eppsbas
firowaf'a our ureuKiiisii lauies wiui a ui'uuuiuij
lavored boTeratre which may save us many heavy
doctors' bills, it Is by the Judicious uso ot such
articles or diet that a constitution may be gradual,
ly built up until stroDir enough to resist every ten
dencyto dl-easc. Hundreds of Bubtle maladies
are noatlnir nround us rendr to attack wherever
there Is a weak point. Wo may escape many a
fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with
iure Diooa sduu uruiieny nuunsneu iruuie."-i.ri'i
mice (iaiette. ilado simply with bolllcit water
or milk. Hold only In hall pound tins, by Grocers,
JAMES El'l'B & CO., Ilomccopathlo Chemists,
OCL XG-a-CU 44H1Q0D, juigiauu.
DELA.WAUE, LACKAWANNA AND
ri p M
NORTHDUBFRUND 6 40 1 35
Cameron a 00
Danville 6 03
Catanlssa 6 25
ltupert.. 6 oi
liloomsburg 6 85
Espy, . 8
Lime ltldge. 6 50
Willow Orove e S4
Ilrlarcreck 0 t8
nerwick t no
lleach Haven 7 11
Hick's Ferry V 18
Bhlckshlnny 7 60
llunlock's 7 43
Nantlcoke 7 60
Avondaic. 1 04
Plymouth 7 69
Plymouth Junction 8 03
Kinirston b en
Maltby 8 17
West nttston s S7
PIttston 8 83
ackowanna s 4U
Taylorvlllo. 8 48
uencvue s 04
8CR1MT0M V 00
WINES AND LIQUORS
AND JOBBER IN CIGARS,
RAIX.ROAB TIME TABXiB
A. U. A. H.
10 10 1115
HCRAMTOH 6 10
liellevue e ic
Taylorvlllc e 10
Huston 6 8S
Wesll'lttston 6 43
Wyoming 6 47
Maltby 0 BI
Uennctt....... l 55
Kingston 6 58
Plymouth Junction 7 05
. 7 iu
. 7 14
, 7 19
. 7 SS
, 7 47
, 7 55
, 8 07
. 8 16
. 8 32
, 8 87
. 8 2
. 8 57
Wl low iirovo 8 16 11 48
Llmeltldge. 8 20 11 52
Kspy. an 11 cw
llloomsburg -.. s 32 12 05
ltunert 8 87 12 10
catawlssa 8 2 12 is
Danville, 8 67 13 80
Cameron 9 07 12 40
NORTnCatB ERLAND 9 22 lift
A M P U
Connections at ltunert with Pblladclnhta c
Iteadlnir Kallroad for Tamanend, Tamaqua, Will.
lomsport, sunbury. PottBVllle, etc. At Nortlium.
oeriana wun r. & . uiv. 1: it. iu tor iiampuurg,
Lock Ilavcn, Emporium, Warren, cony and Erie,
V. tr. liAijoiAAU, lien. Man.,
Philadelphia & Erie R. R. Divis
ion, and Northern Oentral
In effect AUG. 5, 1883. Trains leave snnbury
9.40 a. m.. sea Shore Exnrcss (dallr except
arriving at Philadelphia 8.1 5 p. m.s New York,
5.50 p.m.: Baltimore, 4.45 p.m.; Washlnfrton'
6.55 p. m connecting at Philadelphia for all Sea
Shore points. Through passenger coach to
1.43 p. m. Bay express
dally except Sunday),forllarrlBburg and Interme
diate stations, arriving at Philadelphia
0.50 p. m. ; New York, 9.85 p. to. t Baltimore
6.45 p. m. : Washington, 8.00 p. m. Buffet Parlor car
through to Philadelphia and passenger coaches
through to Philadelphia and Baltimore.
T,45 p. m. neiiuvu Acwmuuuauuii unii
for Uarrlsburg and all intermediate stations, arriv
ing at Philadelphia 4.25 a. m. ; New York 7.10 a. m.
Baltimore, 6.15 s. m. : Washington 6.30 a. m. ;
Pullman sleeping cartrom wuilamsp't to Phlladel.
phla. Philadelphia pascengers can remain in
sleeperundtstnrbMi until 7 a. m.
2.60 a.m. Erie Mall (dally) for Uarrlsburg ana
Intermediate stations, arrWlng at Philadelphia
8.25 a. m. New York, 11.30 ft. m. : Baltimore 8.15
a.m. j Washington, 9.to a.m. Through Pullman
sleeping cars are run onthlBtralnto Philadelphia,
Baltimore and Washington, and through passen
ger coaches to Philadelphia acd Baltimore.
5.10 a, m.Erle Mall (dally), for File s pa al
Intermediate stations ana csnandslgua sal
Intermediate stations. Rochester. Buffalo anl
Nlapara Palls, with thronch Pullman False
oars and passenger coaches to Erie tia I' debts.
9.63 News Express (dally except Funday) 10 r
Lock Haven and Intermediate stations.
12.62 n. m Nlairara ExDress (dally excentBan
d'iy) for Kane andtntermedlatestatlons ana (.an
ar.dalgua and principal Intermediate stations,
Uvhester, Buffalo and Niagara Falls with
through passenger coaches to Kane and Rochester
and Buffet Parlor carto Watktns
5.30 p. m. Past Line (dally.except Sundayjfor Re.
novo and Intermediate stations, and Elmlra, Wat
kins and Intermediate stations, with through pas
senger coaches to ltenovo and Watklns.
9.20 a. in Sunday mall for Renovo and Interme
THROCan TRAINS FOR SDNB1IRY FROM THE
EAST AND SOUTH,
flundar mall leaves Phlladelohla 4.80 a. m
TTarrlRbnrcr T.40 arriving at Sunburr 9.20 a. m.wlth
through sleeplngcar from Philadelphia to Wll-
News Express leaves Philadelphia 4.80 a. m.
narrlsbunr. 8.10 a. m. dally excent Sunday
arriving at Sunbury 9.63. a. m.
niaxurn aApiraa icuioa
Phlladelnhla.7.40 a. m. t Baltimore 7.30 a. m, (dally
except Sunday arriving at sunbury, 12.69 p. m.,
wltbthrougb Buffet Parlor car from Philadelphia
aua mrougu pa&ueaiger ooauues irvui i imauc.
phla and Baltimore. .........
Past Une leaves New York 9.00 a. m. i Pblladel
phla,U.50 a. m. : Washington, 9.60 a. in. : Balti
more, 10.45 a. m., (dally except Sunday) arriving at
sunbury, 6.30 p.m., with through passengei
coachesf rom Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Erie Mall leaves New York 8.00 p. m. ; Philadel
phia, 11.25 p. m. : Washington, 10.00 p.m.) Haiti.
a. ml, with through Pullman Sleeping cars from
Philadelphia, Washington and Baltimore and
UrougU paBBCUKCl bvouica tivuf tiiiauDiiuin.
NUNIltlllV, HA7.r.KTON d: WII.HHMIIAHUlt
KAII.HifAii Ann rmiu'i'ii anu waar
(Dally except Sunday.)
Wilkesbarre Mail leaves Sunbury 9.65 a. m.,
arriving at Bloom Ferry iat a.m., WUkes-barra
:3.15 p.m. , ,
Express East leaves Sunbury 6.35 p. in., arriving
at Bloom Ferry 6.26 p. m.. Wllkes-barre 7.65 p. m
Sunbury Mall leaves Wl Ikesbarre 1a20a.ru. arriv
ing at Bloom Ferry 11.46 a. m., Hunbury 12.35 p. m
Express West leaves Wllkes-barre 2.65 p. ui., ar
riving at Bloom Ferry 4.19 p. m., sunbury 5.10p.m.
Bunday mall leaves Sunbury 9:23 a. m.. arriving
at Bloom Ferry 10:16 a. m., WUkes-Barre 11:45 a-m.
Sunday accommodation leaves WUkes-Barre 6:10
p. m arriving at Bloom Ferry, .t p, m., sunbury,
0UA8.K.Puan, J, B. WOOD.