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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
EXILED FOR LIFE.
IAUD KOltTUNB OK A
YOUNtt DAN- I
Announcement lias been mtidoof tho
(loath, nt liU Iioiho on Thomas atreot,
of Ex Polioo Ollloor J. II. Lytanoo, at
tho ago of 07 years. This scrnt of In
formation will bo of llttlo inoro than
passing interest to tho general reader,
but in tho capital of Denmark tho
news will bo read by aovoral persons
who s' Mom if evo" noto an cvont on
this bU'o of tho uooan unless it bo of
iito-nallonal itnportanoo. Whan tho
uistory of tho man H told tho reador
will boo thnt his dea.U closed a remark
As will bo gathered from tho pre-
ceouing, J units uetiry lytanoo was a
nat'vo of Donmirk and a soion of ono
of a noblo family of creat woalth anil
of boc'ib statu ng that brought them
very near the throno. To no ono did
Ji'Ms ever give a connected history of
his family, so that just who thoy wen
cannot bo stated. In providing for
tho sons it tell to tho lot of Julius to
enter tho navy, lie eorved with fidel
ity until ho rosa to tho rank of lieuten
ant, when tho event occurred, the
ovent mat onanaeu tho whole courso
of his life. On board ship ono day n
superior officer undor the influenco of
drink, reprimanded tho young lieuten
ant tor somo o'tenso ho hud not com
muted, no asserted his mnoconco
and was struck by tho drunkon super
ior. Tho blow was maddening, and
in an instant tho sword was rais
ed to striko. Tho superior retrcatud,
and within ten minutos tho lieutonant
was in irons, charged with, and in fact
euilty ot an oilenso, punishable, no-
oording to Danieh naval regulations,
with death. His family of course,
brouaht inlluence to bear in his behalt
and after a time ho was told that the
King, William VI , was disposed to
treat his caso with leniency on account
of tho family. Then ha made his sec
ond fatal mistake Ho said ho would
never beg pardon of the drunkon brute
who had struck him. These words
reached tho Kinc. In duo coureo he
ws taken beforo tho King. His irons
were leraoveii so that when ho enl
the auuience chamber his limbs
free, but his spirit was not contrite.
Ho stood some minutes without at-
tract'ng the monarch's attention, when
turning suddenly and glowering at
him, tho King said :
'Sire," was tho reply with a bow
"You deserve death!"
Tiiis was responded to with another
obeisance and salute.
"You will kneel and humbly crave
"I will kneel to mv sovereign,'' tho
soldie'r responded; suiting tho action to
the word, "but not to tho man who
"Aro vou then still stubborn?"
"Sire would vou have an officer of
tho Danish navv submit tamelv to in
sult, even tboueh it bo from a Dane!'
"Out of-my sight dog!" fairly roared
No word of pardon or restoration to
rank was said, and the young sailor
realized that his fate was sealed. It
would bo der.lh or worse. He was
ironed and sent back to prison, but in
a tew days he was released. While
ho was not formally banished, his fam
ily sent him abroad, and ho soon loariv
od that lua hfo had been spared on
condition that ho should quit his native
1 . cr, r r .it.
c, r7 i : rnn i
To Repay Pamsjlvanians-
TUB flOVKllNMRNT ASKB1I TO VAX KOIl
l-nOfKItfV DAMAGED llV SOl.tllEHS.
Alarm bna tnM us thn tale of A mule whioh.
from ovrrfopillttff. Rnlloiwil about and felt
guy, raying to himself I ".My father, surely,
wai a htpb-mettletl rncer, nnu I am bis own
child In Bpeed nnd spirit." Neit day he win
pick and weary t ho then exclaimed 1 "I must
nave mnao a itiihwiku; my iiiuiur. mivr iui,
could have born only an a." A man. after
eatlnir a pood dinner, may feel oitrnvairnntly
Jotouki but next day (1 don't mean you to
Inter ho feel? like an bm) ho la surly and (Trim,
his stomach nnu liver aro aiumwn, no is
morose, despondent and "out of sorts" cen
trally. For Indigestion, lllllousness and all
oeranirenienxs oi tun mumm-n, wht tutu
llowcls. Ur. l'leree's Oolden Medical Discov
ery Is an uneoualed ltcmody. Contains no
alcohol to inebrlato! no syrup or Bupar to
ferment and tleraniro tno oiifoctivo processes,
It cleanses tho system nnu cures
Senator Quay has introduced a bill
to authorizo tho paymont of damages
sustained by citizens of tho Stato of
Pennsylvania, from Union and Con- day's work had retirod to her
lederato troops during tho lato war,
ns adjudlcitod and liquidated by tho
Stato under provisions ot nn not of its
mo oiu appropriates 3,117,015 to
bo paid to tho Government, for tho use
of tho counties of Adams, Bedford,
Cumberland, Franklin, Fulton, IVrry,
Somerset and York. Thcso counties
were subject to invasion and raids by
tho Confederate troops nud operations
and ocoupatioy of tho Federal troops
during tho war.
blotches, eruptions and all Skin and Scalp
Diseases, t-croiuious aueciions, as i-ovcr-sorcs,
lllp-jolnt Disease, Swellings and Tu
mors, yield to n superior aitcrauvo proper
ties. WonuVs Disrr.NSAnT Medicat. Associa
tion, Manufacturers, buffalo, N. V.
offered for an
of Catarrh In tho Head, by
the nrnnrletors of Dr. Pniro's
Catarrh ltemedy. Only W cents. Bold by
o he m
n THE GREAT
,S iGerman Remedy.
TRUTHS FOR THE SICK.
III tor tirnnu deiithl;
in unions tMiciiancucni
pjlit win cure you.
IT. Do tut Biiiler with
iccim?; ii bo, hbc
it vtui euro yon.
tl.wo will be unit I
torn case wlicroSUL-l
rnun IfcTTEiiS villi
notnBsletorcurc. It 1
never mils. rn
t int-rati. 19 who arc
AlnrnW nnnflnnil In
P?tho ml 11 a and irork-
not procure Bufllclenl
oxcrciso. and all who
I Ifthmild nftfl PlILrillllt
III Uitteiia They willl
It ou ito uot wish
to suffer from Rheum
at! em, uso n bottle oft
n never rails tornro
Cleanse tho vitlntod
))looU when you eee
lis im pun nc a uursi
inff through tho pklu
m l'lmnk'B. Itlutchcs.
ind orcs. Iteiy on
uhI hcalta will io l
will ruro Liver Com
plaint. Don't nc tlls-
ourageii: it wiucuxe
will bulhl you up And
mate you eironganu
Don't he without a
2 bottle. Try It: you
I will not regrci it.
I will make your blood
pure, ncii nnu pirong.
inn yourueBii nam.
A TBLEPIIONE BTORY.
Kiaillng's Hew Lino-
Somn vorv fnnnv tlilnc? iianncncd a nnvNoii op tiik oatawissa division
In tlia enrlv days of tho tolcnliono. In to iiazi.kton and Dnit-roN.
one (own n vouni? iikiii lioutrht n
Hinnll Instrtimont. nml took It homo Tho Uu.irtinir r.illroi.l company In
ono ovi'iiliiL'. whon it ImimonuJ that tonila to build a nowr lino to II.i.loloii
his mother being fatiinctl with n busy nnd Drifton. It will bo a branch of
room, tno uatawlsia division, nnu win turn
Sim wa alouo in tho darkneaa whon off at Lolly. Tho surveys havo nl-
her son camo in, exoitod with tho now ready boon completed by tho Itoailmg
toy and I'oiiiB to hor room askod her I engineers, nml work on tho now road
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IU UIKU VUV I'llll Ol II1U W1TU WlllIU HU I Will uulll IIUAV JUfll, IIIU Hi,'
took tho othor into a distmt Dart of I noso of tho Heading ollioials in build
tho hottso to trv if ho could hear her imr the branch lino n to reach tho col
voice Tho votintf allies of tho latniiv I lories ot uoxo nros. m uo on ureon
wero downstairs In the parlor ontertain-1 mountain. It wa statod somo timo
lug guests. After tho visitors had do-1 ago that this firm, which is tho largest
Darted, tho tHnchtor of tlio hotiso wont I inutvniuai snipper ot antnraciie, in
Make no mibtakk If you havo mado
up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsapar
ilia do not bo inducod to lako any
other. Hood's Sarsaparilla is a tiecul-
iar mediohie, possessing, by vlrtuo o'
its peculiar combination, proportion
and procuration, curativo power sup
erior to any other nrticlo of tho kind
beloro tho pooplo For all nITeotlons
arising from iinpuro b'ood or low stnto
ot tho system it is unequalled. Do suro
to get Hood's.
Tho holiday number of Book News
(John Wanamaker, Philadelphia), ex
ceis in attractions nil tho nrovious
numoers. it is UitHtratod with over
fifty cu".s from tho loading Christmas
publications, such as Abbov's "The
Quiet Life," Fennel's "Pen Drawing,"
Ireno E. Joromo's "In a Fair Country''!
and portraits of tho beautiful young
Russian artist, Mario uashkirtsetl, and
of Maud Humphrey, with a specimen
ot tho latter a work. Tho list this
month numbers nearly 500 new books
Il.niUt'8 lu Ui-llcate
health, who nro all
I run tloivn, houM use
Try Suu-Hf it HIT-
Tints tn.clght, and
vou win sleep wen
inn ieei in'iicr loru.
Do you wont tlio be6t Meillcnl Workpubll.hed?
Fend 3 2-cent stamps to A. 1. Ordwat & Co4
Boston, Maes., and receive a copy, free.
BLUFFED ON A SUEE THING-
A. BET 'WHICH COULD HAVE BEEN WON IN
A C0MF0KTAM.E MANNER.
There were two of tho men in our
cantr of Pennsylvania oil-well drillers
and blasters who woro constantly fool
ing with nitro-glycerino. They would
tko ohances that would make your
hair stand on ond, and tho trouble was
they imperiled the safety of many
others. Ono of their favorite pastimes
was to got ont after noon-day lunch
and toss a two pound can of stuff as
far as they could heave it. I more
than onco saw them stand fifty feet
opart, and on thrco or 'our occasions
saw the can miss their clutch and fall
to tho earth. Our foremen and oil the
other men did o great doil of swearing
over this foolishness, and once thojmen
weo discharged for it, but thoy were
taken back after a time, and as wo
grow moro used to tho stuff wo took
Ono day the men got ont with their
can, and as tho fnn was about to begin
our foreman said :
"Boys that nonsense will be tho
death of yoc yet.''
"Bet you 10 to 5 it won't!"
ono 01 them.
"Yes, and I'll bet you 10 to 1 it
won't," bluffed tho othor as he shook
his wallet at tho foreman.
Tho lattor failed to cover, and ai ho
Bauntered off down the hill I followed
him. We had walked about 200 feet
when we woro suddenly lifted up and
thrown flat to tho earth, and then fol
lowed a crash whioh seemed to havo
rockpd tho continent. As soon as wo
conld get np wo ran back to tho der
rick, or whero tho derrick was. It had
disappeared, as well as our shanty,
and on tho site was a hole into whioh
you oould havo dumped a cottage.
Not tho slightest scrap of the two can
tossers could bo found, and tho foroman
and I stood for Beveral minutes staring
into tho oavity. Then ho suddenly
slapped his leg, waved his hand in dis
trust and crowled:
"What a two story fool I was not to
take those bets! ' JY. X. am
"If pop had blanketed you in
the stable you would be fat, too."
FREEQet from your dealer free, the
S& Uook. It has handsome pictures and
vuliiaulo Information about horses.
Two or tbreo dollars for a sa Hor&o
Blanket will niako your horse worth moru
anu eat icsi to Keep warm.
Cryptograms by Stamps.
A BYSTESt OK BECIIET COIlllESrONDENCE
11Y MEANS OV I'OTTAGE STAMPS.
Secret correspondence by means of
postage stamps might very easily bo
carried on. A postago Btarap can bo
stuok on eaoh of four corners of an en-
ve'opo in at least twelvo different
nosUions, -18 in nil. These twelve dif
ferent positions can be repeated on
quite eitrht to ten othor points of tbo
envelope, if st is square and of good
b'uo, 00 to ICO in all. This will give
us, gay, 120 different modes, oasily
distinguishable ono from another, of
applying a stamp on an envelope.
Let each one of these different posit
ions cr modes (or as many ot thorn ns
nro wanted) ropresent a word orn sent
once, and let theso words or sentences
bo tabulated so as to form a code, such
as is mod by those who telegraph to
very distant parts of tho world-and tho
system of correspondence is complete..
If adontcd (and I dare Bay it lias ai
ready ueen adopted), it would, I foar
be used prinoinal'y by lover, but it
might evidently bo used as a oipher
for all purposes, ana n cipher mat
oould not possibly bo found out unless
tbo oodu wore laid noiu oi.
5A Five Mile
5A Boss Stable
5A Extra Test
30 other styles at prices to unit every
body. If yon can't get them from your
dealer, write as.
ARE THE STRONGEST.
NONE GENUINE WITHOUTTHE li'A LADEl
JlanuJM bv Arum fr,-ji. ) hldiilrv 'vlic
3U .o tUn tamo.-.i Uorv Br 'i 1 1". it;i-r i:iinWt
CLOTHING I CLOTHING
G. W. BKRTSOH,
THE MEItOlTANT TAILOR.
Furnishing Soois,lais & k::
OF EVKHV INSCRIPTION.
Suits mado to order at short notico
and a fit always guaranteed or no sale.
Gall and examine tho largest and best
selected stook of goods over shown in
Btore next door to First National Dank
Admission to tho French Exhibition
costs only live sous during its closing
f to M y on who win oontndld
uj pxwi our cuum uw
Worxr & Kjurooira.
K .V. l.tAlllMn tf n ( trv t tin fi Jlrrv.
Insmethod: llui& a ptrip of leather lu bottle ol
Acme blocking, sod Imto it then for a day cr
T.k. it ml n1 hftna it tin tn Art inri x
wnlneltBCOndltloncaMfallj, We recommend ladjf
tomtits a riimiar tet witairencn irwinar. ana
gentlemen witb any Imrjid eolation of Papte lilk
in it nr with liauid btiLrkiiui that oomeatn atone iujr.
Makes aoj kind of leather
U iMuUfaL rich, (1I.OKH V POLISH ll an-
equaiea. MM taoor ana annoyance.
A Pollnh r.nntn it Bf onth for IVninWi nd
A Uffk for .llen.mdonllnmcm Leather
mi Four Months without ranoratioc,
WOLFF & RANDOLPH. PHiUDEtPHU.
loll b7 Shoe MUirao, Unxxirfl, U3 Gwerl gsoii
up to say good night to mamma, nnd
as alio approached nor door ot tier
room, sho heard out of tho dirkness
her mother repeating in slow, moasur
ed tones, "The Lord is my shop'
herd, I shall not want," and at tho
ond of overy scntoncn saying in
londer tones "Do you hcarf Tho
young girl hesitated a few moments,
and the slow mo isured tonos continued
as tho psalm proceeded and the question
'JJo you hear wm reiterated.
She became alarmed, and ran down
starirs with all possiblo spoed to in
form the other membors of the family
that mamma had Biirclv lost her rea
son ; that sho was alone in tho dark
ness of her room repeating tho Twenty
Third psalm asking tho Lord overy
fow moments, in loud tones, if He
heard. Sho beggad somo on.) to go
w th hor, to ascertain what had hap
pencil, and after securing tho servico'
of an older member of tho househould
tho two, tremb'in!: with fear and cx
oitement, tiptoed up to tho room, and
entering softly, approachod tho bed
aud asked in suluued tones, "Aro yo.i
ill, minima' What is the matter I'
Tho reply was "I am not ill. but I
am very tired.'' There was a half-
hour ot creat anxiuty boforo tho real
stato of affairs ias oxpl lined. A
Listener, in December Winn Aw.vkk.
AValablaaad Unions Buiim 0dhr
Tho most convenient, valuable, and
unique business table or desk oalond.ir,
for 1890. h the Columbia Uioyclo Ual
endor and Stand, issued by tho Pope
Mfg. Co., of IJoslo , Mms. The Cat
endar proper is in tho form of a pad
containing 3GG leaves, eaoh 5ix2f in
ono lor eaoli day ot the year, to oe torn
off dally, and one tor the entire year,
A portion ot each leat is lett blank lor
memoranda, and as tho loaves aro uot
pasted but sowed at the end, any entire
leaf can bo exposed whenever desired
lsy an ingenious device tho loaves tear
off indopependenlly, leaving no stub.
Tho pad rests upon a portable stand,
containing pen rack and penoii holder,
and when placed upon a desk or writ
ing-tabln tho entire suifaeool the date
leaf is brought directly, and Iclt con
stantly, before the eye, turninhing datf
and memoranda impossible to bo over
looked. Iho stand is made of colored
wood, mounted with raised lettrrs in
brass, and is practically indestructible.
Tho days of the week, tho number of
tho bays ot tho year past and to come
aro cpecihed, and upon each slip appear
quotations pertaining to cycling from
leading publications and prominent
writers; and although this is the hith
year of tho Calendar, they are fresh
and new, mentioning tho notable events
in cycling, opinions of medical author
ilies, clergymen, and other professional
gentlemen, tho rights of cycling slat
istics, reco'ds, advise about costumes
directions for road making and other
interesting matter, the whole forming
virtual encyclopaedia of cycling.
Besides the cycling quotations there
are many perlainiug to typewriting,
with occasional reference to the type
writers made by tho Pope Mfg. Co.
Tho information contained on tho Cal
endar, would, if placed in book type,
make a lair-sized volume.
tend ;d to divert a largo proportion of
Its toningo from the Lehigh Valley
railroad to tho Holding, and tho build-
Ing of the hrauuh line will bo tho first
step towards carrying out this project.
Tho firm is very friondly to tho Head
ing railroad, and is not .tmio.ibly dis
posed towards tho JiilngN valley, as
Its suit now lielore tho interstate com
memo oommissiou attests.
m. r m .Mu
froffl Ohio. II, r- I ft
Dortnlt at Mr. Cirri.
ion. of HhIciii. ULlu.
M, wntcli " V at work on Linu tut
tttO ft Month I I now bftvo as aemr r
r K. CAllao J. Co, album, aud inLlC
.atlona and oAcn maka MUO a la,M
(B1JUI4I W, II.UaBHIUft.
Wllliaul Khna, llarrl.burr, 'a .
wrlleat "1 hata navrf known
aujrlhins to Ball Ilka your all.u.u.
1 cilerda? 1 lo-k rjr, auouab to
mr ma over HISA." W. J. LI.
mora, Uanror. (a., writaai "I
laaaauorucr lor Jour aiouniai
almoat avcry houaa 1 Uit Mr
fruuiiauuan ai murita, vaa
or I ai n f to day a wotk."
na.a no, wymrm 10 aira i.
:ta from Ihrlr Irllira. r.vrrv
lia Ukrl huld of Ihl, araud liualua.a lill.a un ai.n.l iirnfli..
niiiiii hu Binn I. yi ll in iiiim llllhlllt-hs,
rcadrrr Wrlta toua and laam all about It for youra.lf. Wa
araalartluK nianjt waHlllalan you If ,ou dou I delay uolil
auolhrr yna ahrad of yuu in )our part of tba rounlry Ifyuu
laka bolit yuu Mill ba ablrto b k up rold fatt. OaICi'lld-
Oi, aciounl of forced manufacturer a aala 121..00U Ini
flullnr I'li.itwsntpll Allilinift arelo ba auld tolba
beopla for mid each. Uouud In Itoyal Crlmion Silk lel
1'lu.b. Clianuliialy decorated ioaldea, llandaoturit atbnmaln tlia
norld. Utrerat Vltt, (irealeit baryaina oer ktiowii. AKeuia
HWUrd. labtral terma. Ula money for ag-rute. Anyouaran
beeuu-ftaucceiif,ulayeut. Helli ilealf on aikbt lillla or nr
lalkivf teLe.aary. W baraver aliOMti, eyery one want, to our.
coaae. Afenu lake ibuuiaoa or ordea Mitb llj)idly never
t-anira auoMii, t.rrat ronia aualt every worker, Afrutaara
luaklujf fortuiiea. Ladieamaka aa inurb aa nien. .ou.rrader,
taudoaaHall aaaneone. Kull luforniationainllarnii free.
to Ibuae who etrlla fur eeroe, with iarticulara aud tennafurocr
taurily Hitlea, Hooka ftud I'ertodkala After you know all.
Ad.U.., If. V. ALLLS A CO, AIOUIIA, lUl'kl
Tub Ladiks' Homb Jouusai. is con
coded to bo tho queen of all domestic
periodicals. It has secured that no'i
lion by believing in women and homo
as tho two greatest factors of human
life. It has aimed to oovor ovory do-
larttnent of lifo in which womu nro
intcrostcd. Its great purnoso had been
to make woman s daily Hto easier a'
brighter. Its literature is bright and
popular and by tho foremost authors of
America and Europe. Its illustrations
are tho most beiutiful that knowledge
nnd monev can buv.
For 1890 tho JoimNAt. has a most
promising prospectus, including pu
features as a new regular department
by Kov. t. JJeWitt Talnugo, l). ll
15 departments lor woman s daily lite.
side-talks with girls, practical house.
keeping, artistic needlework, tlio latest
fashions, all about (lowers, facts for
mothers. Ono dollar per year. lOcts.
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ItESlON81IH.K roil A NURSES lMl'RUDUNCE.
During tho Spring of 1885 an cpid
oraio of typhoid fever raged in Ply
month caused by contaminated water,
William liuckingham, who lost two
children from the disease nnd nurriod
three others during their serious illnesi
brought suit forheavy damages against
the water company. Himincnt counsel
was employed on both sidt-s nnd Dk
Shikespearo and If.ird, of Pnilad, lphia,
and several local phyBicans gave exiert
It was shown by tho ovi'leno that
tho water had been polluted thro igh
tho rarelcHsness of a nurse. Tho water
company know nothing of tho imprud
ence of thf; nurs, 8r tho caso was non
suited last week on tho ground that tho
company was not negligent.
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T"ULAWAKH LACK A WA NaN A &
r.M, A St.
ii.inviui , ui
iiloomsburg 0 31
Kspy , 141
i.imi; itiHicu nu'j
Willow drove... 0 51
lirl irereck o M
llcrn-IcK 1 1'5
Iteacii llavi n 1 11
lllok's Ferry t is
I'D Mi will
4 (I 'i
io no n n
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West nttiton 0 4!
Wyn Mint t-47
Mult by 6 .11
I'lymomli Junction 7 0.1
l'lrmoiitti 7 10
Wondile 7 14
Nantlcnko 7 lu
mullock's 7 vo
Klilckshtnny 7 37
nick's Ferry 75
Iteach Haven 8 01
Willow drove. 8 1(1
I.lmoltldgo 8 30
Kspy. 8 3.1
Iilooinaburf 8 33
CnuwtKsa s 13
lUn.llle 8 57
NOKTIIDMBKKI.ANI) 9 31
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Died On Wednesday, Sept. 25,
near Iioono, Iowa, John O. Hess nge
78 year, 5 months ami 21 days.
We clip tho following from a Boone
couuly paper, lowa:
Tho dt ceased was born in Lincaster
county, I'a. in 1811. In 1839 he mar
ried iican Moore, ami commenced life
on a farm in Sugirloaf township. Col
umbia county, I'a. Ho subsequently
removed to Lycoming county, and in
18oS lett the koystono state and lo
caled io LiSalle county, Illinois, sub
eequently removed to laeo county,
whero ho rcuained until 1HGG, when
he mado h'n last change and located In
Iioono county, lowa. During all
theso years ho was an honest, indus
trious, tiller of the Boil, a phin Penn
Bvlvanm farmer, whoo paper was nev
er discounted, and wuose word was a
his bond. Ho leaves a valuable estate
to tho widow and children who sur-
vivo him, his father, Christian Hess,
was a soldier in tho war of 1812, and
received a land warrant for his ser
vices, that was locate 1 near Lawrence,
Kansas, in 185C, by his son Henry W
Hess, who now resides at Unionville,
micmgan, mo deceased raised a
family of nino children, seven sons
and two daughters, tho oldest sons N,
M. lioss ana s. M. ileus cnlieted in
tho early days of tho war and both
lost their lives in tho servico of tho
country iu 18G5. Five sons and ono
daughter remain and reside near tho
old homestead m Iowa, except II. W.
and UyruB who reside n ar KnoxviUo
None of tho children cvor married.
Tho deceasud was a member of the
German Lutheran church, and died
with tho christian hope, of tho roward
that aw aits thote who conscientiously
observe tho teachings of (Jhrist.
Tha Border Raid Okta
Tho claim whioh Pennsylvania pres
ents to congress for tho payment of the
losses siistiiuod by certain of her citiz
ens during the late war is- a just one
and must not bo in any way confined
with the large mass of claims of indi
viduals from other states ariing out of
the war. Of course it would bo impos
sible for congress to reosgnize this
latter class ot claim, for their nam.? is
legion and their piyment would be
impossible. Tho claims of Pennsylv
ania havo been rocioguized by the state,
adjudicated by competent tribunal and
liquidated by the state with a cert fioa e
issued lo overy claimant which is good
lor tno amount named therein when
ever the general government shall put
the stato in position lo them. They
differ in every respect from tho tindig
ested individual ohims which threaten
to invade congress from other qtrters;
and this difference; congresmen should
b ar in mind when thoy como to con
sider the bill presented by Pennsilv-
lphia & Erio R. R. Divis
and Northern Central
lu esct Nov. io. 1W Trilns lfuvesun&ir
11.1.1 h. m., Sea Shore Express (dally except
v;n i j, tar iiarruu'irgtnaiuujrcieaiateataiioLii
arriving tit rtumnpipmaa.ioi?, m. j nevt orK
iMtin,: liaiumore. 3.10 n. m. : Waolntrion
5.51 p. in., conned lr.s; at rnll-utelDhla for all sea
snore p-jinlh. Thro'tsli pasaumror coach to
1.3 in. m. Div Kxnro
Jally otcet.t Sunday), for llitrrlsburpand Inierrae-
aiate siauana, nrnving ai ruiinaeipn a
11.50 p.m.: Now York. H.35 p. m. : llaltlraorr
3.45 p. m. ! Washlnctou, S.15 p. ra. rarlor car
Cyj, (bocscfo, (D&nj-, Fvoftj arA Holy.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Henry Maillard's Fine Candies. Fresh Every Week.
eist js3"r goods -A- spEOiAinr,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
F. F. Adams & Co's". Fine Cut Chewing Tobaoco.
Sole agents of the following brands of Gears i
Honry Clay, Londros, Normal, Indian Princess, Samson, Silver AeL
Any order for Festivals will be supplied with the Lowest Market Prices, ai ttilmn t
Oranr5c5, Lemonj, ream IW5. . l
i Entijh WatnMij. Fop 8er fVUls.
c. B. Robbies,
SanitaryBureau, New York Oity.
Dr. Cyrus Elson of Now York
Health Department prescribes Sneer's
Port Grape Wiuo in his practice as tho
putest and most reliablo wine to be
Pad and his opinion is endorsed by his
associates as will bj seen from the
Now York, Decembor 9, 1889.
Tho Speer N. J. Wine Co.,
Havintrnsed ymr Port
Wino to a largo oxtcnt in my family
in cases of sickness and found it to bo
all that was recommended of it by my
family physician, I desire to purchase
it by tho dozen bottles.
Jasiks Bur an,
Sanitary InspecUr Health Depart
ment, Now York City. Druggists
lJrttic following well known male-re;
Ilallet & Davis.
Can also furnish any of tho
cheaper makes at manufacturers
prices. J")o not buy a piano be
foro getting our prices.
Catalogue and Price Lists
-TUouiaia bay a Uh:u tmnuainjbily curoq by
i'i 1 1 L A li K I. I'I 1 1 A. I'A . 1 -an? it once, no ojwrnt Ion
ur kw ur timo ttuiu biulne. lf uroucutu-l lu
curatW by uttivr uaiaeU. tttwlfur t'irculv
CURE GUARANTEED, omlwuij.
Aug. 0 9j ly.
OHX MY HEAD!!
SaOerlnfr of k Nnr Jirxr Reoaior. Dt
peptda, Slek II eiflavclio. Terrible Thlntrav.
Vben tha lomKh li iarvIA 11 anen boamaa
(rl villi tali Olfwted xutten, tha tlood fcaoomu
TltUladaUfoiili tha ctbar onruia (all to act nor.
zcallj, anil Inflocaa a train ot lymptocu, such u in
tvpala. sick baaOacha, dltslnau, drowalDaai, palpita
tion o( the bears, pain In tba baek.loaa of anUt,
"Tbara an (mr Uilcai that I believe In with all my
beart and It afford aa pleaann lo tell of on ol
them.'1 Tha peeler wa ex.Benator Albert Merrill,
bead of tha large fruit firm. 83 Tart: Place, M. T, and
tba aoena hit offlo. "I iu atck and leand I bad
Caoome latad to andur th
The Oreat Iron Roads.
boven hunilrcd nnd twenty-two
miles ot tlio groat 1 rans-Amlean Hail
way. intended to connect Valparaiso
witn ijuyonos Ayres, aro open and tho
remaining 149 miles aro expected to be
completed iu 1892. The summit level
is 10,450 feet above tho sea, and tho
summit tunnel will be threo miles long
Tho Canadian Paoifio Railway Com.
pany lias contracted for threo fast
steamships of G00O tons oach for tho
new line from Vanoouver to Yoko
hama and Hong Koni. Thoy aro to
bo ready in 1890.
Threo thousand three hundred and
twelvo miles of railway havo boon con
structed In tho Uuited btatcs this year,
and ol these li)5ii aro in tlio South.
'blladclnhla and Dfissontrer concnon I
I nvautjn to ruuitutijpuii ana itaiumore.
8 01 p. m. Itnaovo Accommodation (dnl
igr u.irmimnr ana auiniurmsai.iioiuaiionH. trnv-
ineai ranaiPipaia 1 25 .1. m. ; New Yorx7.ioa
lialtlmore. 6 15 1. m. : Washlnrton n.m a.
I'ullmin 9wcp!nzoiirfroni Ilaniisure to PlilUdcl.
phla and New York, l'hlli lolphl 1 pisaentrers can
romun in H'-ep-ir nniWT.iirni 'it'll 7 a. m.
I sOi. ra. Srln MalUdillylfor llirrnburif and
inicnrmiwi itiiian., arr'vinsr at raiuioipma
0.51) a. m. ,tw Vor:t, 9 n a m.; mro i.i 1'aUman
Hi'jupiujj gar j Aui p mjnj-r nvn t.d raiiaaai-
2.M a. m 1 itin K iresi (lillvi fif lUrrU.
barf and 1 ifrdlitj stttDn irnvln; '. Uiltl
mo'o T.ao, a. m. 1 1 1 w n 11 ur vi.n. n. 1 m. and
tiroiili I'li'.lmnsio pliz oih 10 11 ilt'rn tro and
wnalivitiri, anl throusl' pisiensr cjacaoi to
s.iua. m. line Mall (dallr). (or Erie anl
Oinaulalu'ii nil Ictrmodlate stttlons. Itunei
te.-. Unlo 1 1.1 SUzira Falls, wlta tbrouira 1'all-
ra n I'm MOirs an 1 0 najn;orooactt?s to Erie in 1
H SI -Npw3 Expri'ss ( dally for 1 oci IlaTPD
aid nirmea ate irai nna.
1.4 J !i. tn. -Niagara Kxnreaa (dally excent inn.
yv or Kane, u tt.a Mua and Intermediate nta. I
ttonMt beater. Uurfalo and Nlaeara Falls with I
thrcn,'h a imenirer cnanhi's tn Kane and I'.ocncater I
and l'arior oar co . innnisport.
3.S0 n. m. fast Lieu .ilplly except sundaylfor He-
novo, n.. kins and Infrniedlatfl station?, wltb
tnrniijn nnawnuer eoacmfl to Hetovo and watmns.
y if n. ra. wi 1 'itnoort KXDron ( daiiv 1 tor
wuu t sport and inb-rmediate stations.
THllOL'OlI THAINS FOH StrNBtmr FllOMTIIK
KAh i' AND SOUTH.
Nvi Binrcss leaves rxtladelnhla 4.30 a.m.
Ilaltlinoiv. .3T iu in llarrlaburc. 8.10 a. in. dally I
arriin' auuuury v.ro. a.m.
Niagara KTOreaa leaves I
rtuiaueipma.n &u a. m. : wuaniDKion s iu a. m. isai
tlraore 9.00 a. tn. (d-i'lt except Siiodaj arrlrlnir at
Suubirj, 1.11 .a.. 'lib UtrouRh rarlor car from I
raiin?'pais anuviironiru pansenirercoacnee rrom
l'nuaaeinnm ana nauimore.
rati une leaves itew Yornu.uu a. m. : t'Diiaaei.
PDia.ii.ia i. ra. : wasatojioii, 10 so a.m.: uaiti.
more. 11. t5 a. tu., (dally -icept MiQday) arriving at I
Duuuurv, o..w p.m. wuu mru'uu pwieoger
uuat-ues irum rnuaa'iimri aa'i tiaiinnore
WIIPaTiaior l!n s laivei Nvv Yo-k 20-) n.
tu t'uii.ijj pittv it.ia p in w usiiinztoa 3 a 1 d. m.
ti4iuiti.jru 4..ia n. m. iaiuy 1 urri?iaj at Banourr
a. 1.1 p. in.
Erie .Mill loaves New vorit s.ooo. ra. : I'btiadai.
dh. 11.3s d. m. : wasainvrton. 10.110 p.m.: But.
mire, ll.' p. m., (dally) irrlvlo?at HunBiryis.lO
wiLti mruuiru rutt'jtin stiHotnz Btra rrom
lil!a.1-i!pli1a, Waslilaijton and lulttoura and
mro'iiu pmnajer ooijns iro'a l'liiiiiip iu
SlINIH'ltV, HA.l.ltTO.N .V WII.KK-IIIAHHK
ltII.K(i ll .-l MIIITII ASH WIMT
II If .Kill. IC 1 1, H A V.
(tutly exonpt atinuy.)
WIDtesb ttrc Mall leaven SanDurr 10.00 a. m
arriving at liloom Ferry 10. is a.m., Wllkes-birrt
Exnr.-ssKiat leaves Sunbury5.8SD. m.-nrrlvln? I
at lllnom Ferry s.a p. m., Wllkes-barru 7.60 p. iu.
m inoury .Man leaves wi isesDarre 11.17 a. m.arnv-1
lnirat. uioom r-erry 12.37 p. n, Mnnoury i.:jo p. in.
uinreas west, luavea wuaea.nirrej.ii5 p. ra .
vine at Uloom Fsrry 4.SJ p. tn. smb'jry 6.2) p. ra.
Wllkosbarro raall leavoisanoiry 10.0 1 a. m., ar I
riving at lllcr-jtn Ferry 10 4e a. m., WUServ-Barre I
Sunday accornmodiitloa leaves wilkHn-iurrewo
p. ra.,arnvinii. uifK.ia rerr '.lip. ra Hari
C1IAS. E. IHJIlll. 3. !L WOOD.
(Jen. Manlier. (lou. I'aiaenger A -
Foreign and Domestic
uldtoin, Mby dou'tTou trr
Torita KcmMr ini1iit tfnnlii-.t, t
irraw- B-aiir ueiur. 1 ooui.l tat. dfv-Mt al.M
workwiUi a cleirbr head, ml tbo jilluw color
Torturoa of Dysnonsla
a dansrernn affection of tho kidney. A relal
,77.5i1"eSnBa Brl lua M'w color ol
my klaliMp vtn x to the tone tn.tannouu
pure WoodamieYery ora of tbo botly la hUbj
cUon r. Kennwiy' laTorfta Remedy Is cu titled
03U aboul tbo tmtU of my atatMncnla In
wiitft to ina. 1 can trive vou tha num. itnd
timo of neod," Mr. A. iileTro,
p and a bknaturiti
itrrriowu. t, iH
of fifty peraonnwtij ami
StjfAVlftJPaT -Um5 1 WM troubled will BOTMa
Dllncl 6lck Hoatlacho
ant 1 to Impttra blood and dlaordfrcd Uta of tbi
pab-tn. f waa ixtviard to frrjl)r, Ki iiuedy'a Favor.
beard of for auir dlaordf r of tlial iiaturo. and I bav
JTtoo On doUir. Prerartd at noudout. N. Y.
Or, Kennedy's Favorite Remedy.
FraMrad by '
Dn. DATID KBNNBOY, BONDOUT, NaT.
iirumiu tutiaru. ur alldrorHat.
Mr. Tlioina9 Hart has tho Souther-
most houBO in Kiiclaiid. Ills studio,
to winch connoisseurs and ploturo fan
otera are wont to raako pUi'rlmaf'OB, is
situated under tho hliadow of tho Liz
ard Ligbthoiisp, and tho Southermost
fixtures of tho woik of human hands
on th.) coastline- of old England is Mr.
Hart s LioatlionHo nt tlio font ot Ins de
lightful garden nnd grounds.
Catarrhal Deafness anil (lay Fever.
a m:w iiomi: tiikatsiiint.
Suffircn nro not ernrrnlly nwaro that
tlier.ii ilheiws niu eonUiKlmis, or that they
nrw ilini to tlm iiii'M'iico of llvinK parasites In
tlio linliiK liieinbiniiu of tlio luiau iintl eus
laelilaii tubes, illeroscoiilo rcM-arch. how.
ever, Ii.ih liiovvd tills to ho a fact ami tho
remit Is flint 11 rJinpIo reineily lias Imii for.
uiulateil whereby i'.iUtrili,catiirrlialUenfncss
nml hay fever 1110 permanently cured In
from ono to threo Miup.o npiilleatlons mado
nt homo liy tho patient onco in two weeks,
rt, 1. "i or riuumiiii imeiiurue peculiar tq
teuy is a Fpeeinc,
veats ml FtWi A 1 i ooniai 1. in t ill
8la3iaooU ut'JlO." 1 )0'S't ri5 if (Si.
mm omen is omhii'b u. s iu '.jj
OfKICK Wo have no aub aieneles, all busiu
Ir-cl, inii'eoi'i irniiet patent builiiejjliu
line and aims co-iritian tuoae remetotii ,1
send model, drawlu;, or pliata,nltb deserli'tl' 1.
We adTlso If patentable or not, free of cli.t.j.'.
Our fee not due till p neat 13 secured.
A bookV'ilow to oat 'itnlMtenU, "with reference
oaotml elljntsla your St iw, county, or town,
dot f rou. Address
A. SNOW & CO.,
opposite. I'&tern dm rt Wasiilor.ou, D.0
OA i at WaJ
yrrrr DOLT.Ans for
HOI) Cbfatnut Kt., Pblladt.
7if;r j-.ijuiipea, iitn
('oome ot Mudr, fArcufan
Tol you name mu jw.
jr k, WltiLIAMf, AUCTlONEElt.
23al Sstato Bsught and SjH.
I'artf-s iltnirlus lolmy linifenititl W ieons
vouni do wi 11 1.1 rail un ihe .iliotru
1IKST IN TIIR ivautt
IU Wfarlrg qualltloa aro unmri i;i . ' rctuallr
outlaatlnii two Imica of any 011,1 r I r
Wot onactod brb-at. Ull'i; Till; (;i:i. ihmj.
alcrcbunta and llru-r Crnert Mr.
DJSEA8SS OF SWEl OUIY
lUuodaVieou.l)la aatrof Kl.lutra.lJUdtlarNllcl itbaror.
t.raiiaaaiia.naituua v uuir.aJMVaianauoii ie
aatMor rrarain yauinaraataaediiraDar
females (whites) this leinei
A ti.iiuiihlet extilahiliiif this
Is sent on receipt ot feu cents
liixox tV SiN. m West KliiK St
Ciiiiaila. Hctatllfio American.
by A. II.
1 H 1
MAID n A I CAM
Cleatuct and Uaunliej tha bair.
I. .V...W.L. m iu una nt Krowin
Navar Fail to Raitora Qray
Hi .1. I.V...iLe.l r.t '
ITKftiU I tan trnil anl hair fitllUig
f . SUV.
- - Warerooms
L iaeiiiaiii.l la
enrad. Unnu'taltoft nA tritla4aCaMalrdl.ra br nt.lL
Maitaaa UK. UK1HUUC, 171 rr IxVi BL. iaaW IlL.
Sufferera from calarrhil Uoublu
lUnl Cron Dlumuiul lduinl.
Tbaanlr rcllatll. nlU far ul. N anl
Kllfat k lrug(tlt (or ,l ilia.
wuRHiiruiaiiM rra ukiaihq ixix, t4i4
lUitilwtlbUia. TtaLaoovtbrr. Ha4-lt,
ltavrnrtt) fur batriiaiuUTa auul Mit.llr r..a
TO POULTRY k WILD GAME SHIPPEBS
llutter, Cheese, I'.ggs, Hears, Oime, Hops,
Meat an J SttKlc. rotatoes. Vui-etaliles. Dress.
el ami Live I'ojltry, l'rults ot all kuuU, Pop
Corn, Honey, llcenwax, (iuisen, Maple Suaar,
Apples, Grapes, Cranherrie., 1'urs ami SUtu,
U' E. M. BALUIRD & GO.,
Produce anj General Commission Merchants.
I tir"78l Mjrtls Avenue, (noar Wall About Mar.
kft.) Urooltlyn, N. V. 10 l-8m.
udttUll liaJa. wa tvi-a thai UBB
tiDulWorrt1aajUMtaUarUL UbcrsU vWy (Aid. ViiMtr
Ml 1mI Um, Mf iwm4 W km 4114f,tt,rMfciC
MiMsliw, IVmiIiswUI Mfg ',rlMOTlB.wrtMiaM,ieW
P, H. HGBTy. Ps. J. A. PAULHAWU8,
AOERDEEN. SOUTH DAKOTA
The rontmcri'lAl ami railway ocnter of tba two Dakota
Wo can "in r ummlora cbolpa (roarantwd T prr Not,
acini oimilal farm iitortatw; a, Mvurwl b the Uat farm
l.iull In builtU Ilukot. Wt alao Isaue wrtl0rati of
uViKjelt for lamt Umoi.tba. at Iperorat rr atintim.
It Juu uionilllnzaurolavnitiiiiitita. we kuow II lll ir
?".l!.t'!i V'H" I"' ?"r l"""lb'a Mcb krl'M full In
ilVMlHl "I'I1 rofi-miota. KKVBTONE UoltTOaOB
!.,l.l.Ah'; AU.nlia-n.e-iiith liaktiu. Or-Orr Lftwaon.
V. l' ll Cboaluul ba. riiU.lLlilaTi'.
tae ftoiai. timtau.l t..tiiuTivi.tieiiiuly fur all Hi. aiialsaT
tlW0defwUluuUllWu. laloliliuia. iMjX
II S it 1m.
uaoo aailaiad, I.TArr lilia,
butlla auu Vru to