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OOLIflffilAJr- DEMOCRAT: BLDOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUN'rY, PA.
, OF COUNTflY nOADS.
aMaeaa for XmprnTfment Action of tats
, I A. m.Htxt LrrlUUT Hwrnm,
Tho question of improving tho Ejmtotn
e the country roads of America is now
Wnfc dlscuipcd by Ipglslntorn, by men of
den co, by economists and others having
ft practical Interest in publlo moons for
transportation. Some b titles havo re
cently talten action In this matter, and
tvthori are considering measures with a
lew to securing tlio quickest and boat
neolts. Pennsylvania has a state com
ml'slon at work, inquiring about the
Mods of tho state and tho best methods
of reform. New Jersey adoptod a now
road law last year, providing for a uni
formity In highway building under a
In Tennessee the Vanderbilt university
Instructs free of charge ono person from
each county to supervise roads. During
the present sessions of the legislatures
Mils will be presented in New York,
Maryland, Ohio, Virginia and Rhodo
Island, and it is probablo that some ac
tion will be taken in New Jersey and
Massachusetts. A general awaking of
interest throughout tho country has been
brought about largely by tho efforts of
the League of American Wheelmen, a
Mtional association of cyclists. Last
year the league issued a littlo work enti
tled "Improvement of Highways," which
discusses practical methods of making
and repairing roads and gives the draft
ot a bill which, with some modifications,
may be tho basis for new legislation in
the several states ot the Union. The rec
ommendations for new roads treat prin
cipally of some form of macadam, either
for the whole road or for such portions
of it as lie in places that cannot be thor
The bill -which tho wheelmen suggest
in order to secure uniformity in the vari
ous states is substantially this:
Section 1 constitutes a highway dis
trict in each township not under munici
pal control. Section 3 provides for an
overseer for each highway district. Sec
tions 8, 4 and 5 define tho duties of the
overseer, who shall locate and open all
public roads, and improve and repair
the same. Sections 6 and 7 relate to
sign boards. Sections 8 and 0 relate to
the award of contracts. Section 15 pro
Tides for a tax levy, and section 16 re
lates to the method of apportioning and
levying tho some. Sections 10, SO and
SI place all toll roads and bridges under
the care of tho district overseers, with
power to compel the owners to repair
them and also to close them whenever
their condition is not according to the
charter or laws governing them.
In the states where the agitation has
taken hold various plans are under con
sideration. Last year a bill was beforo the
Pennsylvania legislature providing for
a uniform road tax of seven and one-half
mills, to be raised in each county and ex
pended under a county engineer. Not
less than 40 per cent, of this tax must
be expended in macadamizing or other
other permanent improvement. Accord
ing to this bill each county will be sub
divided into districts under charge of a
i In Rhode Island the League of Wheel
men have prepared a bill, and Governor
Zadd, in his last message, recommended
uniform road law, which "should seek
act only to direct and control the proper
construction and keeping of roads in tba
state, but in a measure should also con
trol the laying out of roads, with a view
to prevent their unnecessary and costly
multiplication, and seek to secure a sys
tematic network of highways for inter
The citizens of Rhodo Island have
formed a State Roads Improvement as
sociation, with the object of increasing'
poblio knowledge and interest concern
ing good roads, and to procure needed
changes in legislation. This association
petitioned the legislature to enact ap
propriate laws at the session for 1890.
Governor Hill in his last message re
ferred to one of the plans under discus
sion in New fork as follows:
It has been suggested that the auto should pro
cead to construct through every county two high
ways, running In different directions and Inter
aectlnf each other In about the center ot the
county auch roads to form a part of a complete
general system, those In each comity to connect
wit those of adjoining counties, and to be known
everywhere as state roads, constructed, cared for
ao4 maintained at the expense of the state at
large, under the direction and supervision of the
state engineer and surveyor or other competent
authority to be designated. This system, when
one completed, would enable a person to start
from Hew York city, Albany or any other point,
, foot or In carriage, and visit every county in
,tbe state without once leaving the state roads,
Butt uamrlQg comfort, convenience, pleasure and
speed. These roads should be macadamised or
constructed of crushed stone or other suitable
nsrarisl, with proper currarta, good bridges, ade
anate drainage, watering troughs and sign boards,
o as to oompare favorably with the best country
roads In ather countries; and -Hiwg highways
sold be utilized for this purpose o f ar as feasible.
These state roads would not only prove of great
onvenience and vast advantage to the whole
community, but they would serve as "object les
sens" to the local authorities, the effect ot which
would necessarily tend to Improve the ordinary
town highways and prove of inestimable benefit.
It is sot believed that the people of the cities of
the state would object to this improvement, but
that, on the contrary, they would hail it with
pleasure, as daring the summer months they flock
to the country in large numbers and are deeply
kitsrested la all that concerns the material prog
ran, development and prosperity of the rural
la the early history of the state If was the cus
tom to construct Important public highways at
general expense. The sesafoa laws from 1212 to
Ml contain many acts making liberal Appropria
tions for such purposes; but after the building of
r canals ana railroads the practice was dlscon-
Our free canals are maintained at an expense
of over a million dollars annually, and the state
avt various periods In its history has financially
sided the construction otcertaia railroads. Some
Interior counties have been heard to complain,
possibly not without some reaaon, that those Im
provement have not materially benefited their
particular localities, but the plan here outlined
would to some extent lighten the burdens to
which they are now subjected, or at least tend to
Another measure originating In New
York is a bill sent to congress by the
editor of The Rhineheck Gazette. This
is a national affair and provides for the
Improvement of country roads in the
United States, at a cost of $100,000,000.
The.Lcaguoof Wheelmen announce their
Intention ot working up national legis
lation after securing appropriate action
on the part of the states.
Chauncey M Dcpew In the characteris
tic pose of an after-dinner speaker will be
the subject of a full-page drawing from
life, by T. de Tuulstrttp, to be published In
JIarptr't Wttlly, February 20th.
Richard Malcolm Johnson has written
another Ogeechee story. This time ho ad
dresses himself to juvenlllo readers, and
tells them of "The Quick Recovery of Air.
Nathan Bwlnt." Tho story will appear in
the number of JIarpcr't Young J'coplt lo be
published February 25th.
The Rev, Dr. Deem will contribute an
article entitled "discoursing on the ilu
manltlei" to the number of JIarptr't tear
to be published February 28tb. The itatce
number will contain a story by Roso Haw.
thorne Lathrop, and a poem by Jlhe Virgi
nian poet, Charles Washington Coleman.
OOMklON-BKNtjH VS. DOOTHINE.
The son of a wcll-knownCambrldge fam
ily was being given soma doctrinal Inttruc
tlon with somewhat umstltfuctorv results
one evening, when his Irish nurso appear. '
cd to put him to bed. Here was an open-'
Ingt "Tom," said his grandfather, "who
takes care ot you at nlglilf" Tom looked
amazed at the stupidity of tho question.
Why, Hrldget McCarthy of course, grand
pal" Still undismayed the old gentleman
persisted! "Who takes care of Bridget Mc
Carthy, Thomas!" This was too much for
the young man who looked first at his In.
tructor and then at the stalwart propor
tions of the Irishwoman. "I should think ',
aid he, that Bridget McCarthy Wis big
"THE KINO'S TODCn."
In England, two centuries ago, popular su
perstition credited the "ltoyal Touch" with
curing scrofula. These superstitious prac
tices cave now become obsolete, and In their
piaco we naro a acieminc remedy in nr.
Pierce's Oolden Medical Discovery, wbloh
eliminator) the impurities from the blood bv
the natural channels, thereby cleansing the
system from all taints and Impurities from
whatever causo Arising. It Is truly a royal
remedr. world-famed and the onlr liver, lunar
and blood remedy owtran.d to benefit or
cure In every enso, or money paid for It will
be refunded. As a regulator of tho Stomach,
Liver and llnwels, " Golden Medical Discov
ery " cures all bilious attacks. Indigestion and
Dyspepsia, Chronic Diarrhea and kindred ali
ments. As an alterative, or blood-puriner.
It manifests Its marvelous properties In the
cure of tho worst Skin and Scalp Diseases,
Bait-rheum, Tetter, Kciema, and Scrofulous
Bores and Swcllln&a. as well as Lumr-ecrofula.
commonly known as lulmonary Consump
tion, If taken In tlmo and given a fair trial!
world s tiisrsnsAivr medical- assocu'
SIOR, Proprietors, Buffalo, N. V,
t Is offered by the man
ufacturers of Dr. Iih'i Cstirrh nm. for
a case of Catarrh In the Head which they
cannot cure. Dy Its mild, soothing, and heal
Ing properties, Dr. Sage's Itemedy cures the
worst cases, no matter how bad, or ot bow
long standing, ruty cents, ry druggists.
"How fat I'd get if I had one."
.FREEQet from your dealer free, the
yx Book. It has handsome pictures and
valuable information about horses.
Two or three dollars for a 5a Horse
Blanket" will mako your horse worth more
auu ea icss 10 Keep warm.
5A Five Mile
5A Boss Stable
5A Extra Test
30 other stvles nt nriecs to suit everv.
body. If you can't get them from your
dealer, write us.
ARE THE STRONGEST.
NONE aENUINEWITHOUTTHESM LABEL
Msnufd by W. Avitrs .t fim. rhllada., whe
make the famous Horse lintnrt linker Ulankeu
Wonderful Flsh Producer.
Many havo gained ono pound
per day by its uae.
Scott's Emulsion ifl not a socrst
remedy. It contains the stimulat
ing properties of the Hypophoa-
bites and pure Norwegian Cod
liver Oil, the potency of both
being largely increased. It is used
ly Physicians all over tho world.
PALATABLE AS MILK.
Sold by all ZfrugglsU.
OOTT A. BOVVNI, Chemlsta.N.Y.
CLOTHING ! CLOTHING.
G. W. BERTSCH,
THE MERCHANT TA LOR.
Ge&ls1 Furnislii&g Eoods,Ba,ts & Gaps
OF EVH.UV DESCRIPTION.
Suits made to order at short notice
and a fit always guaranteed or no sale.
Call and examine the largest and best
selected stock ot goods ever shown tn
Btore next door to First National Bank
V.A 11 iy r" f .
12 m.'.m.tTT- m
enough to take care of herself It she's ever
solng to bet" There was no more doctrl
hal Instruction that evening. a S. W.,
tn March WIDI AwaKI.
ni aoniivxn ,aaiassv,
Miss flcdingote. "No, Aunt Brlodle, I
am not engaged. When 1 marry 11 will be
a great man."
Mrs. Brlndle ( doubtfully.) "Well; ,1
dunno Ydti can't always lelf ho n man
will turn out. Now, there's. Joslah
Miss Kedlngote "You don't ,raan: to
say Undo Drlndle has ever, distinguished
Mrs. Ilrlndle-"Well, I'll tellijpil what
ho did. I sent him down to the store, with
a.rlbbon the other day and ha matched I'll"
From Lirri.ioorr's Mioiimi for March.
a. BlaSOKlBLX BIOttllTi
"I havo only one last rcqu'eil' '6 make,"
said the dying man, aa hs painfully) raised
bjs head from the pillow and surveyed the
weeping group around his beds'lde.
'"What Is It, my good frlendl" asked
the clergyman. J'Anythlnr;iyW; ask, will
"Then see that the newirapers don't re
fer to mo as 'another old landmark gone,' "
From LirriKoorr's MAOaztHi for March.
"An Ocular Dclulon" the title of a
bright social study In serial shape, which
will bccln in the Nn York ttdgtr of March
l.j The story holds the mirror up to club
life In the metropolis, and touches lighty
but with the masterly and suggestive
stroke ot the etching hand, some ot the
mere distinctive sides of New York Bo.
clityLlfe. Several of the characters are
so startttngly typical that they may be
taken for any one of scores of the members
of the "Four Hundred." The hero Is a
flrjo combination of manliness, ready' Inge
niilty and audacity, a youth with a rare
amouLt of phosphorous In his cerebral gray
matter And an equally generous amount ot
red corpuscles la his velno a character
wolcb the author bas elaborated with sym
ps hetlc interest, and which, according to
lb i Impression given by the advance
sh :ets. renreaenta an oarsman of a rrrjnt
criw of a leading Ameilcan co!ege. The
author, by the way, la that brilliant young
newspaper-worker, FaaNcUowaao. Hows
son ot the late postmaster.Qoneral, Tlmo
tby F. Howe, of Wisconsin.
Willuu MoOsorcii, Jb., writes, about
Western Mortgages; in Lirrisoorr's
MiaiziKE for Marcn. Bo .first Indicates
wliat constitutes a safe mortgage, and thin
goes on to show the safety and value of
Western raorteaircs. and the benAts that
have secured trnm them. "A hint in Kt
,ellts,H by the well-known English novelist
Wl U. Btacpoole, points out in an amusing
manner how old material1 mlght.be worked
ii pj Iuto new bonks. Anne II. Wharton
haj an interesting paper upon "The Brown,
logs In Italy," and Felix h. Oswald bas a
brief article upon I 'Weather Prophets."
Thought He Had Found OhuUe&ot
"Fanny about Charlie RoesV'-wMn't
ii, ijiimiuvj.uuuiui iuo.siaiera4int a vo
troit drag store the other evening.
ii wasn't very tunnv lor me. re
plied one of the group, who had lately
muvrii io xeiroit.
"Well about a vear after ha was
sioien l was on a L,ake Shore train in
Ohio. Two seats 'ahead of me was a
man with a boV. He' was a touch
looking man, and tho boy was the
pioiare or ice lost, ijnanse llosf. '
"And you went lor him!
"I made sure that I had the earns in
myf 1 ands, got off at the same station
ho did, and then collared him."
"Well, it didn't take over ten ruin
utea to prove, thal.he kept a grocery iu
mat very toyvn and that The .boy, tras
nis fon. tie, in turn arrested me, and
when I' was hauled into court and 'tried
it cost me over $1000 in oath." '
"And and ','
"That's all I have been mlndiua
my own business ever since, and sh all
probibly continuo to do' so." From
the Detroit Free J'rett.
The Handsomest Aneriosn Tinsanl
Mr. Alfred Speer. of. Passaic N. J..
han been long ami favorably known at
the pioneer Grape. Grower of -rnf-rioa.
Ilii Vineyards .at, Passaic, N..J are
the handsomest, in the country and
oontain over 300 miles of wire-stretch-
cd on posts, and ovPr two' mies of
carriage drive under grape arbors.
At1 the season off the. Year when
the gt-apea are being, gathered, for he
press, it will repay one for, a isit,- Mr.
Speer's'Wihes are used in the leadio?
hospitals of the country: Can be bad
at all druggists.
A Skull For .a- Waterfall.
There is a terrible story oomincr from
North Queeniland abonl a man who
was. lost in, the bush.- flensed nn all
his; water and then droppod his, ' billy"
in the agony of bin thirst. By an i by
lortunately, he oame to a water-hole
where he slaked his thirst and foun t
the road again. Ilu had still some
thirty railee to go, however, and he had
nothing whatever to oary water in.
Of course -it would have been madness
to attempt to travel thirty miles on
loot under a North (JueenMland sun
without any water, so his ready invei.
tlon dime to his aid. no, had been
horrified a sh6rt distauoe back bv the
skeleton of a mm who had evidently
beeti"dad several years. Ha. .want
hack and cot the skull, nlutreed ud thu
eyeholes with clay and filled it with
water. He then tramped that thirty
miles on the water contained- in iIih
skull. Can any novelist imagine' a
more ohastly and friahlful idea, than
thisj for which we can vouch. From
the Jall Mall Gazette.
J.R. SMITH& CO
llvthe following welUoown makers; .
Hallet & Davis.
Can also furniali any of the
cheaper makes at manufacturers
prices. Do not, buy a piano be
fore getting our prices.
. Catalogue ani Price Lists
A Hot Brlok.in a-Bhari'i Btemaoh.
A larco brick wai heated to a teH
beatjn.tbe galley fire, and then apiece
vi aiuesios packing was wrapped
around.lt as quick as iwssible. The
prick, with its covering was encased in
piece of pork that was to-eed over-,
board,. aoog. with aoveral other morsels
which, tho sharks wjoro ready to devour
antut bad no sooni r louchod the w.nter
than it was swallowed. It took a few
minutes for the heat to come through
its covering of asbestos and pork, and
during tbeso few minutes the shark
swam among his companions and at
tracted no special attsntion. Hut very
pon nis movements snowed tne pain
ho was feeling; he dartod violently
about, apraoR oat of tho water, dove.
rose ngain, and was ovidently suffering
intensely, i mi continued lor perhaps
nan sn nour, and ended witn I be crea
ture turning on his bao't and dying in
the' most horrible contortions. The
oher sharks khon'ed Ibeir tendof feel
incs oy attacking mm boloro ho was
fairly dcadt they had no compunctions
about eating him, or at any rate, dis
played none, for ho was devoured bo-
fore our evesj to thmvrnat rlolinlit nt tin
sailors. jxeio xorK lAagtr.
That, at this season the blood is filled
wich Imputitics, the accumlation of
months of , close Oiufinemont in poo'ly
ventilated stores, workshops and tene
ments. All these impurities andeveiy
trkoe. of scrofula, salt rheum, or other
disease may, be expelled by taking
Mood sBargaparlla,jho bist blood pnri-
unr ever iiruiincen. il is inn nniv
medicitie of which "100 dotes one dol
lar' is true.
Tho officials of the Philadelphia and
Readme Coal and Iron Comnanv hnvn
issued orders that the name be painted
injlarge letters on a prominent portion
of each'of their rollieries throuchout
tne antnracite coal region.
W n Ifcaa Tvr.at7.flv. TMUra. A Casat.
I.M tviT. Tfc. DlMas Dari,
I had InSsmmsiory Bhsiunatlna Tor ubuIj a
rwrlaadfaUfsdaha tnmi4 In bed.' I could Arid
ni) nibs'. Mr stomach a ralasdsait eat to flans
with T-ovarfnl tatdldaw taksn to affect a curs ao
IUIlvasxmUaaallv. cafanadaadwsUr. I
Bfad al Bondoal, X. aas
I Am Now Wall.
taaalnt i. Ibis BMdletea. Dr. iKMdj'i rTorlU
ItonMdr Is rar but rUM. With II Z aa nablol it
issJorasoodnhrhl-srMt. Also'food, nth as mast
and rastrr. which I bavs bain 4prlvd of for ruars.
hovlar.thU ilu ravorlt. Ttateedrhas bo squat for
Uis rurt of tadlimllon and Dripeixl as vU. If
anr should doubt this sUUnxnt I vrfll send th.
fAr proof st one.. Oarreil Lanslnjr. Tror. It. T.
1 1 U mr llraV and absolato dotr. toward thoas
.who sr. struts-Una- for varrlU. scalnit th deadlr
Disoases of the Kidneys
taaddinr.tMtlnumr lo th. alreadr walsttr erU
oa of th. wonderful Bcacy of Dr. David JCenno
drirsvorlUlIanMdr. Uy wU. wu a hopeleu rasa.
ahaaaon)brh.rhralclana. Dr. DsvIdEuMdra'
rtvorll. Bwrudr was rwortsd tt not Umum anr
hoi. wis rlcd In It, but hseaoMnoUUns alu n-inalnnl-'
All rntans and nudifiao Kn
wlthoul avaU.- Ta.eflwt was llttl. short of amlra.
j .n. swona botu. sh. had rwalnM stMacth,
and con Un alt th. tnatBKat has fullj omnd
aarSwMt,Alban7.X.r. FAVORITE REMEDY.
irlcOn.dolltr. Prvnrad at Ilondant K. I,
Or. KMMdy's Favorite Remedy.
fans tit bj
on. Ay. KKtxoT, XMNBoirf, n. t.
MiaB4tts aursfS. aVraUOranlMa
February xst, 1890.
T. PAVK MINNEAPOLIS etc MANI
mil mm pj. ie
ir too ass ootKa
TOTUEFKEK FAltVii OF TUB MILK U1VBR
Great Northern Ryv Line.
TO T1IB QOLD, SILVKIt, COPPER, IBON AND
COAL MISK- O? MONTANA,
Great Northern Ry. line.,
TO OBEAT FALLS, TI1K FtmjilB INDUSTRIAL
CKNTHK OF TUB NOltTnWEST.
Great Northern Ry, Line.
TO HELENA, BUrrE, SPOKANE FALLS AND
TUB COAST CITIES.
Great Northern Ry. Line.
TO FAUQO, cnOOK8TOJ, GRAND FOIIKH AND
Great Northern Ry. Line.
TO ALL MINNESOTA, SOUTU' DAKOTA, NOUTII
DAKOTA, MONTANA! IDAHO,' 011KOON,
AND MANI 10 U A POINTS,
Great. Northern Ry. line.
For tickets.- mans and suldeit. anniv t vmi.
boms tlckst agent or writs to
Oen. P&n. and ticket Agent,
bt Paul Winn.
rsr-ThS fill KIT NOItTIIUItX UAII.WAY
ijinic. runs Its own Mummceot Dlnlnr Cars,
Palace BUvspins- Can. special Apartment cars and
Fre Colonist sleepers on Dally Through Trains.
B. P. Savits,
DKA I.Kit IN
Tin Roofing a Specialty.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
. ALL WORK IN HIS LINE.
First door Bloomsburg Opera IIiusu
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it win cure you.
feelir.fr; If o, use
Clcanu thn t-ltlAtotl
ct )looi when you sec
is impnnuca uiirs.
njrthrotitth the sklo
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ihouM uso Hi'LrittTii
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lksTOlI WAtlt ttm tt .Isflliil IVnvar titiKM.h.utS
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r enr. roatlvcnp.s th. m.illcln. tans
marslhsn a nurislln. To b. per
manent, 11 must contain
Tonic, Alterative and
, Cathartic Properties.
TatS. Fills posasss tb... qimlltlM la
ua.nsln.nt drsjr.., and
itath. b.w.l. th.lr natnal p.rl.talU.
Ba.ll.n, no .s.ntlal to r.sularltj.
Thougajidg uaTJ UM.h perintiieiillj cured by
rHlLAUKI.rHlA.l'A'. ha e at onrc no operation
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curable Ujr others wanted. bend for Circular.
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the wrld. Our fociim tr.
autUvd. nd lo Inirodacf
UVJri IM sH H L I m p rJor ro "ill 'r.Jrmi
fPM ttBHl'l UOFailinoii in tb loctttij.
to DIM ttn inak sur o!
tb tkaac. All yo ht t U do la
sffVCaeiaHssssaa't"l,0 ,h"W OUr t'
shows tka mull 4 of tha tlo
Hyt Tlo tollcwtaf etit fs Ui prre rsdntad to
IrMt tb fiftlttk part of III bulk. 11 Ii rnnd. dovbU riit tl
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MsVmka Awn SH to 1 0 m daf il lout, from tka fvt,wft&-B
ot HrlHN. Bstlsr writ at obco. Wo jj all otpraaa b&rf.
sVddrts, U. UALLBTT h CO., &OS 8 BO, FOKTUap, ftUljra.
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Promote a luxuriant rrawth..
N.v.r Falls to R.itor. Orsv
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IPreTents Pftadruff and balr fJltn.
2-28 d 4U
mow Lost! How Regained.
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THF 3PI F Upb n r. . , r -
ASdenlUessil SUndsrd Popnlir Medical Trestlis
on the hrrors o Tootli.lTnaatur. Decline, Nervous
in ""- "wm.t tuiy ui mat qi iue UIOOO.
Remittal! from Follv, Vie., Ignorance, Excesses or
Oicruijtion, Knerrs-lnf and nnflttlnr the victim
. 'S!k, Dd",".'' hlrrlsdor8oiTsl Kelatlon.
WTk. UconUlniSJ0paeestroyaHvo. UraaUrtl
-.1i,v.iws)Bii,4ui. cub nice on y ii.vj ur
piU, p iitpiM. coacf aled In pltlu wrapper. UIsis
trathe 1 rpa: tctua Frff, It sou apply now. 'i..c
fill Infulnlto'l Ihnr. U'm Tl rtf.,i l n
r -, ., vvwa. ii. j aii st i. ii), ii,, rr
cci,edt:.:(iT.i AMjrarEi.i,ii an:ii.ti.
iiiVMi;?av:iiVt..? sc.-tv.'w.'i'Vi'P. .
or Asiisunt l'tjiLlans mr l. coninlud, com!
aentldllr. liy mill or In jicrn, at tho offlco of
orders f. r books or Utters fur aJilce should ba
directed as above.
2 23 tl 4r.
lted. CrutM. Diamond Urand.
Tka ntT ral'aJilal vitrt frrr aaila tjWtTaia,nJ
r. Idlca ak ttranlu for tlx 11.
Ht4 iiraiBsl, la r4 nuliloboxaa,MUo4
with olMiibbaa. Tskeafttlici ft4.
Ialavml.it hi rjarfJami&i-a ud lltlrr..
. lLj.t1f1 in UOtr, by ssvU. Xmm ffr,
CkUkcotcr CktsmiooU Co MavtUow to., rkUada. 1'aV
2 28 4t
WUluC t Mr. Gam.
co, of HoUtn, ttbtti.
i wriirat tWaa at work o a r.nn t,
aatatO a tiliiailli I aow kava asi srrnr.
tor L. C. Atlas A Ca a albums and mi 1,11.
aliosa and eft as DiakoVO j dT.
(oiD.4) W, IHUktHau,
William KHmo, tUrriiburf, r!.
win.. i i bus saTif anows
anyihlnr to Mil Ilka your allm
YoatanUf I look ordtri fmtutch to
pajr ma ocroS;&.', W. J. fcu
uvra, iPDf, m., vrnirtt -I
uka an onJr tor joor alliuruat
loaisjivr nouN 1 H. 1
front U oftao at muchaa H'Q
or tin tr I a dav snuik "
Olbof aro dwioe anil aa h HI t
ttato not titiw lo gnat f,
acla frorn lh.4r iim. iTi.m
uii m ho lakaa bold of Ihla rrand buslnata llr vi yioitit koNi.
Khiill we start YOU in lliis biibincas
rvadrrl Writ to uaasd leant all about It for Tourarir. Wa
isaiaort wt Mill atart you If you don t drlay until
HI akrad Of TOM lu lour uart if Ihardunlrv. It m..u
Kkt hold you will boablato lik up cold fast. rK'li(l
Du aeeouittof forced mnufactarr aalo 1 SSA.OOtft leu
claillur Ihotusru.U All(Umoarlo bt aold toiii
wi iut S3t rocs), iwuira iii noyai .niuann bilkrlvl
Husk. Ckamilna-lr dacoralad Isaidaa. llattJunt.si ail.uma (.,
world. LarfMi tilt a. Orvaivit Laryalo oter kuo n. Apt-utt
wasted. Liberal I em a. Ulg nosay for a emit. Anroitoi.au
Urom4aaucfulareBt. 0t1U liaair on aljhl litilo orur
talkinc uaraaury, M brravaf skaaa. rw .hn an
baaa. Arrnta takolkouaasdl of ordtra wltts rtidli) nry
Vt urrai ufoniaawan ovary wMtvor, A a
vasdoaa wall aa auyoo. lull ioforaiaiionand lanna f rtta
tolboaa Who writ (ur aama, wUb particolari asd lortna fur oor
ranlly lii b lea. Hooka aud Faeloalkal. AOar you know oil.
booidyow cvnclodo to fooo furtbar, wby no bartu ladoua.
v. aa.sA a iAa, AVUIII1, Maips
Jan. 18--90 ly.
IPUMTU Active. Knenrptlo Men can
Vlinrli I J raalce rrom iz to $fio per
A Iv I la I i " wmuy iur us ana
I ixiy i Ivl ) toe comfort ot knowing
they are worklnf f)r an old and reliable (Irin. la-
rlrable territory la towns and couDilej can to se
cured by prompt application, we a: row ttio bttx k
we oner, .".adres
ViUNKUN DAVIS CO.
Nunwrimen, Baltimore, Md.
GKT VOUU JOH I'UINTINO
,UOKK AT THE
fOI 1 MH1 AN 0"'vi, if
THaM M f aa . f
sUUUe ; Oisler HUetH, Kllut and
liwf scraps Hend for nfw
price list. YOHKCllKMIOAL WOUKS, Vork Pa.
BEST IN TIIK WORLD.
outlastlosr two boat, or any other brand. Not
FOB BALE BY I1EALER8 OErlEBaU.Y.' Ifr
rot LOSTerTAILlNa 1
rl I ",i t'uocf ana Ul a. EITmH
lll'.llllol Krr.r.orSic.M.I, Older Your.
giuri, ..wJ.r soas TasiTssaT-a.wsu u " ui.
o raw n
- HI aaaaasssaw
V.AZX.HOAX) SIMS IIXB
JJELAWARE, LACKAWANNA &
r. ii. r. u.
a. m. 1. v.
10 do e is
10 is 6 so
10 it ....
10 S4 4I
10 43 SS8
10 CO 7 03
10 AT 7U
11 09 in
HIS 7 31
It SO 7 8J
1181 7 4i
II SI 7 4'J
II 18 7 SS
11 48 8 00
II 5S R II
13 0 8 S4
!I1S 8 33
1130 8 3.4
13 31 8 49
13 35 9 M
13 40 IIS
18 41 V03
13 M 09
115 S 80
1 30 98S
r. 11. r. m
KontncuBinLiHS. S 40 110
Cameron , 5W
panville sw a ll
catavrlssa t a ....
Itlipcrt , SO 8 80
UloomsburK ess tl)
Kspr. s 41 s 41
IJine lUdiro.. S60 ....
Willow urore. sm ....
Iirlarcreck. S59 , ..
Uernlck , 7 0S 3 CD
iwncn Haven 7 11 ....
Hick's Kcrrr..... 71s ....
KblckshlDnv , 7 80 8 20
lIUDiock-a. 7 43 ...
Nantlcoke. 7(0 3 30
Avonatle im ....
riymouth ,. ,, 7 to s 4j
1 trmouin junction 8 01 ....
Ktnirston rim sm
I)cnnctt.. 819 ....
njonilDK. S Bl 4 03
w Ofit IMttatjin R V7 a iu
llttston 8 S3 4 11
Beilevuo.... , 8M ....
fjouiNTON..,,. 800 4 as
r. m. r. ii.
SCHAHTOK 610 S0 113 3 30
Dcllevoe. 619 9 55 .... 3 33
Tarlorvllle 6 so 1000 303330
itcKawanna s 33 loot 310 81
llttrlon SSS 1018 SIR 6 45
West llttston 8 41 10 33 3 34 C4
Wrnmlne... a,7 me? ew m
Maltby 8 81 10 30 .... 8 59
IJCQceil. est 10 31 887 703
Kington IM 108H 3 40 707
I'lrmonth JnncMnn 7ri injo o 710
rirmoutu. no 1047 s 50 us
ATondala 714 10 Bl 3 55 7 41
Nantlcoke, in iiim 8 89 1 35
UUMOCk'S 7VR lim M 7H
shickhlnny 7 31 11 13 3 30 7 6.
llCk-8 Kerry 7 55 1139 8 81 8 07
Beach Haven 8 01 11 84 3 40 8 tl
nf."?.0."! 8 07 11 40 8 47 8 30
Briar tireek 813 853 17
..iiio.Ti.ruru. 8 is nag 3 sj flS1
urns wage 8 90 115 4 03 8 35
8 38 13 01 4 09 8 41
1 loomsourg B 83 11 08 4 15 8 47
KUDert R37 19 14 , O.) fiffq
Calavvlssa 8 43 18 17 4 33 8 57
"J";"'8- 8 57 13 83 4 40 t5
cnulasky 4 m ,
Cameron 9 07 13 41 5 00 9 ii
ubtiiuihkuhd, ,. 981 lies 58 945
a.h. r. m. r.H. r. v.
Connectlnna At ltnnArt. with nhiinAint,!. .
Heading Kaliroail for Tamanend. Tamanna, Will-
"""'iwih ouuuurr, ijiibiviiie. etc al ftorin'im.
Jerland with P. t B. Dlv. p. u. it. tor Harmounr,
lock 11a tea, Emporium, Warren, Corry, and Erie.
tv. x-. uALtTOAu, uen. Man
PHILADELPHIA & READING
ON AND APTEK NOV. 10th 1SS9.
T11AIN8 LEAVE BLOOMHUUHO as follows:
TAm4finf. ptr a-m n.w . .
Knr Wllilnmennrr uiltnn'unT,..ii.,..i.
8:13, 11:01 p. ra.
6:3Yp. ra: " " "" 'w
-0r.i pert 01,7:30,1 1:03 a.m.. 12:20, 8:16, 5:00.
65, 11:05 p. rn.
Tit A INS FOK BLOOMS BUIia
IMTA J(tW V..l-tr trln Tshllrkrlnlnhl . an.
"" ' ixaauju o.w rs. u. o: (I. m.
u mi iciL)uia iu.iju a. III. 0,UU p. In.
L!iye Headlnz HiW a. m. 7:51 p. m;
Leave rottiriue 12.30 p. m.
Leave Taraaqua 1:21 a. ra. 9:18 p. m.
LiilTfl I!A.tHWlA4.1 R-". Q'lV. a m 1.M o.twi m.tm
11:13 d. m. '"
Leave Itunnrt rt.ta 7-m an, n.n a m t.a ..a.
It -51 T,rm ' ' " "
Kor Ualiimore Washington and the West via B.
?,.M,iS.l.7 Ihrough trains leave ulranl Avenue
i 5, a:t?" ?lVp- 8ual'llt'. a. m.
4:30, 51, 7:J0 p. m.
Ai LANTIC CITY nivisinv.
Leave I hUtdelphia, ner 7, Chestnut Street
Wharf, and south street Wharf:
FOB ATLANTIC CITT.
Wenlf lava RTnm.j um a n. , . . .
comodittoi, JiMal nTiSIp.L"' -
.v. r" J m- Aoo.jmoaauon sW
a. m. and 4:3J p. m.
BSTCSSIKO, LSAVS ATL1KTI0 C1TT.
Depot corner Atlantic and Arkansis Avenues:
IrVPaaaf nan tst.ira a . . n .
Accomodation, S:f5 a. m. and 4:3) p. m.
8'indaTa rtrnroaa a -nil ri sn InntnAl.ll.n
7:30 a, m. and 4:U p. m.
A. A. .WCLKOD, Oen Pass. AgeiU,
VUx Pres. , oen Manager.
Philadelphia & Erie R. R. Divis
and Northern Central
in etrest NOV. 10, isaa. Trains leave Bantury
arriving at I'hlladelphla 8.15 . m.: New VoFk
5.65 p. m., connecting at PhlUdelphla for all sea
Pnlirade?Dnnu- T5lroaBn Phaser coach to
dally except Bunday),for Harrlabarg anlniermS
dlate stations, arriving at PttUsdelriTi.
8.50 p. m. ; New York, 9.35 p. m. Baltimore
through to Philadelphia and passenger coaohu
through to Philadelphia and BalttooreT coaoaM
for Uariiabare and alltntermedlatOBtauons.arrtv.
Inr fir Pnll nrlal ntils s n w j, t t . . . L
. . uniwii'uia .w a. m. : now i or 7,10 a to.
Half mnrn n 1 i m . i "
SvSft!.n.L0 -iI!H can
Bleeping cars and passenger coaches to Phlladel
Dnla. 3.50 a. m Soith'rrn ErprtH(lilly) tor HirrU.
burg ana intermedial stations arriving at uilti.
more T.so, a. m. aa l w miastoa s 15, a m. and
I? ,nl0RWni an" through pasaeugor oiachea to
5.10 a. m.-Srle MaU (dally), for Brie aoj si
rtMn"0 4MPa8eBe'!oaches wlrtJind
. ?Vr .lunwi t tiaiiy except HQn
y) for Kane, cans .islguaand Intermediate sts,
tlons. K Chester, Buffalo and Niagara Kalis with
turpughpasaenger coaches to Kane and Koc tester
and Parlor car to Wllliamsport.
T.n ion n a ufnrr m nAankiu. t.ti . .
o i rrTiT.ii, " huqvo ana wai ins.
.....!? Pl m- wtlllamspott Express ( dally i lor
WUllamsport and Uitennwllaie sutlonaT '
THHODQU TRAINS POK8DNBIRY FKOk TM
News Express leaves PSUMelphla 4.80 a. m
Ualiimore, 4.soa.m. UarrUburg, 8.10 aTm. dllU
arrlv nt? at sunhurv g il a m ""'
pniiaJeiDhis raSaTAmirt n.7."'uvB"r 2
. uiiviciiiui, duu uajiunvrc.
nOurr, 5.30 p. m. with through pasBenger
from Phlfadjlphta and Haltfrnore
U1. n ttT V-. aillTtutf a OUQDUry
ne aaii leaves New York 8.00 p. m. ; Phlladet-
nhla.ii.n. m. . wa.hinann .ifXrl . ifHir
Philadelphia. Washington and Baiatnore and
through paasengor coaches from vniuielpui,
rlUNItllllY, IIA.I.KTON v- WII.KKSIt Alt ItH
HA...UOA,. Ajju NOKTH ANU Wt"
Tially except Sunday. ,
Wllkeebarre Hall leaves Banbury 10.00 a. m
MZle' ?l Bloom Wrry ,0- a, WlHSs-Sifr,
kipresa'Bast loaves Bunbury 5.85 n. m.. arrtvliii
SS?,r7,'-M p-,m'l Wlies.baPirT7.wjrD?
diid burr Mall lpjLTPBWiiiraMiha.HS . - r . .
ing at Bloom Perry K.8Tp. rp., Hunbury i.so p m
..I'PWestleavBa WiUesama p. ni?; S
Ttng at Bloom ferry 4.30 p. m., Hunbury .Wd. m
WUkesbarra mall leaves Bunbury 10:00 a. m ar
ffiolm. eTTTlM6 a, m., WlUBalri
HtintiaW a rwvMYl m rvy4l m tia. t ....
F:?o. m ' Bloom perry, s.3 p. ti, bunbury
CIIAH, K. PUQIJ, J. IL WOOD,
Oen. Manager. Oen. l'aieDger Agt
vests sod Trade Marks obtalned.and all Paten t
alnoM oondaoted for vt Jumt Kit! vss
iJL.. ' vr " avou .uu-sgencirs, all business
wihlngton. vuu "iu" "mote from
send model, drawing, or photo.wltb dOBCrlnUnn.
We advlso 1 patentaDle or not, free of ctfaiS.
Our fee not due till paiontls securedT cnare
n iVfM',1,'0.'! '? ol,t4"1 Jatonl,,,wlth referenoes
dntfreV. Address county, or town,
C A. SNOW & CO.,
"'"i. waspirgtori. mo
TOK MEN, YOUTHS,
HOYS AND CHILDHEN.
i;:; d Clams i'M
Orders by mail will receive prompt attention.
037-steT DPaxloxs -tta.cHn.ed.-
-N rnnp, o "M & Ipv nap FAMOUS 15 Cent Stews- ie
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
(D'&tfj-, IBoiaffo, (D&n'ej', Fvof'ly an ftolr-.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Henry Maillard's Fine Candies. Fresh Every Week.
ZPZEISW" GOODS JL. BPECIAnrY".
SOLE AGENTS FOR.
F. F. Adams & Co's. Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco.
' Sole ajtnts of the folWnf; brands ot Cigars t
Henry Clay, Londros, Normal, Indian Princoss, Samson, Silver Ash.
Any order for, Festivals will be supplied with the Lowest Market Prices, ss Waws ,
Ors.ttf.c5, Lcmonj. ream Nut5
Enli5h WalnMtj, 1ofs Qxtn
C. 6. kOBBIS,
Foreign and Domestic
Hit THE BEST
In purchasing house hold necesidtUB, it U wiio always to select that whioh
is thu bf-st, it will bo the cheapen in the end. A good article is always a
source of pleasure. J. SALTZER has won 4 wide reputation for selling good
goods at low prices. He buys direct from the manufacturers, and can sell first
clasH goods ohnaper than oau be obtainod elsewhere. Here are flomo of tho
articles arid prices :
Sewing Machines of three grade?,
bv tile New Unrrm
. ..., U.HVUIIIV
drawer drop loaf, all attachments,
Siy.50 to $60.
Royal St. John, 30 upwards.
standard Kotary, $40 upwards.
New Home, $30 upwards.
Have received the agency for the
A 15001! assortratnt of violins, guitars,
. .-nn, iiuwB, uitH ana an kinds
of musical instruments. The bent of strings
for violins, guitars, bmi ih. vinlinopllr. n,i
i'8 violina Agent for Butteriek'u pattorns
I attorn-book and fashion sheets.
Il Anna nrnnna nrl nnn!M i f ..
discount for cash. B u-acniues boi.i ou raontuy paymenU. A libera
Do not send elsowhoro, but call and see the stook of your home rlnlBr
lit 1 r
instruments and sewing Machine
HI8 LIFE AND LETTER.
ti- v .
l.tt.r.'f SS,1"?' "T" Portrait, sad fao-sliolls. tJ
wtisrsor ewiwnl conUiaporsriM la botli puu.
WE JE8PEOIAI.T.V TVIIriTTTTT.
SAND MEN OUT OF
"ui"wi f ULITIU ANS,
AND CANVAfiRPRc '
CHARLES L WEBSTER &. CO.,
Aa C.lTsitcs Co.
Crackers d bk
Eni y Pian, $350 to $600.
Sleek, $375 to $C00.
It. M. Bent & Co., $250 to $400.
Brown fc Simpson, $250 to $100.
Entry Organs, $90 to $175.
miner organs, S75 to 5150.
United States organs, $125 to $175.
Chicago Cottage organ, $00 to $140
Worcester organs, $75 to $150.
Paris organs, $60 to $100.
Celebrated White Sewing Machines $35
New Doraestio Sewing Machines, $35
JH. WILLIAM8, JAUOTlONEKll.
Eeal .Estate Biught and Ssld.
i"" $ug to buy horse, and vrsgou.
ouia dc cll to call on the above.
MADE WITH BOIUNC WATER.
MADE WITH DOIUNG Mil K.