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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Clover seed for salo at B. F.
Co'a at lowo at market price.
Ooo. A. Ilucklngliarn has bought Berg-
cr'g taloon In Berwick, anil will tako pos
session as soon as tbo license In transferee.
Tlio scries of article on Howl Improve
ment now appearing In thoCoLtmnUN, aro
nlono worth more than tho cost ot tho paper
(or a year. Bhow It to your neighbor.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and wholosomencst. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold In
competition with tho multitude ot low teat, short
weight alum or phosphato powders. Sold onlv in
cans. Hotal mum 1'owdkb Co., 106 Wall St., N.Y.
Itrrubllshod every Friday. Subscription price,
11.00 a year.
Entered at the Post Offlco at Bloomsburg, Pa.,
as second class matter, March 1, 1888.
FRIDAY, MAKOII 21, 1890.
rOBRLCT BlILUOiD Till TiBLK.
Trains on the P. & It It. It. leave Kupertas
7:33 a. m. 11:02 a. m.
9:31 p.m. 6:23 p.m.
TralnsonthoD.L.ft W.lt.lt.leave Bloomsburg
7:19 a.m. 8:32 a.m.
10:6T a. m. 12:0 p. m.
8:SS p. ra. 4:18 p. m.
:88 p.m. 8:7 p.m.
Tralnsonth9 N.SW. U. Katlwaypasa Bloom
Ferry as follows:
10:48 a. m. 1J:87 p. m.
.so p. m. t'&o p. m.
10:43 a m 6:3' P hi
BU0MSBUHC1 4 SULLIVAN HAtLUOAD
Taking etioct Monday, sbptembek a, iei9.
rAr. AT. Ar. LV. Lv. Lv.
STATIONS. r. M. 1. M. A.M. A.. P. M. P. H.
BlOOmstJUre,- 0 1 II 43 7 Oi 8 85 2 3 6 40
Main street 6 18 11 41 6 68 8 42 2 4J 6 47
Irondale .. 16 11 39 S 68 8 45 S 45 6 50
raperMIU 6 08 11 81 8 48 8 53 2 M 7 00
UKhUtrOOt. 0 05 11 !8 4-1 8 56 2 50 7 03
OraneevlllO 8 57 11 20 35 9 05 3 07 7 10
Forks; 5 45 11 10 6 25 15 3 17 7 20
Zane?s -.. 5 4i 11 on o 21 9 20 s 20 7 23
Stillwater 5 37 11 02 0 17 9 23 3 25 7 21
Bonton, 5 28 10 65 6 10 9 33 3 S3 7 33
Bdsons, 5 23 1(1 50 0 07 9 38 8 37 7 S3
Coles Creek, 5 20 10 43 6 05 9 38 3 40 7 40
snirarloar, 5 15 10 6 02 9 42 3 43 7 41
Laubactia, 0 12 10 40 6 00 9 47 3 43 7 47
Central.. 6 03 10 SI 5 53 9 57 3 58 7 67
Jamison city.... 5 oo 10 30 5 50 10 oo 4 00 8 oo
Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar
r. it. a. u. a. u. a. k. r. x. p. u.
There la danger In Impuro blood. There
Is safety in taking Hood's Barsaparllla, tho
great blood purifier. 100 doses ono dollar.
Tho ltcpubllcan county convention will
meet on Monday, March 24, to elect dclo
gates to tho Stato convention, 'lho prim
nry elections will bo held at tho usual poll
ing places between Ave and six o'clock p.
m. on tho 22 ail,
PLOW81 PLOWBI the latest out.l'rinccss
Improved Plow, South Bend chilled, the
Elmlrn clipper, and ltlglit and Left clipper
corn Planters V. 8, seed sower all kind
farming Implements at Esulcraan & Wolf
all hind lteap jra.
On Monday J. J. Hyan, high Constable
of Centralk, brought to tho county M
John Morris, who on Saturday last, stab,
btd Michael Hlnckln. If tho wound
proves fatal Morris will bo held for trial Ht
tho next court.
Wo would call attention of our readers
to tho announcement ot horse for salo by
P. J. Weaver. Mr. Weaver (Great Eastern
Tea Co. old stand) also offers great Induce
ments to purchasers ot all kinds of grocer.
Tho Ucllcfonto lKafcArnan very truly re
marks i "We havo some exchanges on
our list, that waste a groat deal of tlmo
and space blowing their own horns. It
they would dovnlo part of tho tlmo they
take to write thcmsclv a up, In looking
around for and preparing news for their
columns, It would hardly bo necessary for
them to be eternally and everlastingly tell,
lng tbo pucllc how enterprising and Inde
pendent or fcarloss they aro. If they wvro
worth half as much as they seem to value
themselves at, tho public would know and
recognize It, without being reminded ot
tho fact a half dozen times each issue.
Tho Bloomsburg & Bulllvan 11. It Co.
will run a special train leaving Main street
Immediately after tho close of tho Panora
ma Saturday evening, March 22nd.
Great reduction In shoes. Shoes that
have been $3.00, $2 75 and $2.60 reduced
to $1,60 a pair
F. D. Dbntlbk.
It Is predicted that gamo birds and fish
will be plentiful next season because of
the mild winter. But there Is no rose
without a thorn. It Is also predicted that
all kinds of Insects and bugs will bo un
usually numerous next summer becauso of
tho warm winter.
White & Conner will sell plows, Scotch
and spring tooth harrows, land rollers, and
grain drills for spring trade at bottom
prices. Call and seo their lino ot farm
implements. Mar. 7-6w.
The Ladies Aid Society of tho Prcsby
terian church of Orangevlllc, will give an
entertainment in Music Hall on Friday
Evening Mar. 28th.
Refreshments served In tlio rooms bclo w
at the closo ot tho entertainment.
General Wesley Merltt, U. B. A., will
contribute to the April number of IlAiirxB's
Masazine an article entitled "Three Indian
Campaigns," accompanied with maps and
illustrated from drawings by 11. F. Zog.
baum. Tho article gives memorable Inci
dents Illustrating tho different phases of
Indian warfaro in tho West. The cam
paigns referred to aro thoso against tho
Cheyenne, Apache, and Uto Indians. Gen
eral Merltt quotes and confirms tho portion
of ii report by General Sheridan, declaring
that It would navo been actually less ex
pensive for our governmcut U an army of
00,000 or 70,000 had been maintained for
tho prosecution of thoso Indian wars; "'and
moreover, tho blood of gallant officers,
soldiers, and citizens would not havo rest
ed on our hands."
Tho cloan newspaper, It has been truth
fully said, has In the long ruu the most
permanent circulation and patronage,
Tho paper which goes Into tho home and
Is read by the family la tho paper wblcb
counts lis subscribers by the year Instead
of depending upon tho fluctuating sales of
nows companies, and has no llttlo Inlluenco
on tho thought of tho day. Et.
Bonton Is still llvclyi no causo to com
plain oiccpt mud and Harrison times.
Tho more wo talk nbout road Improve
ment, tho muddler It gets: It will tako
more than ground or snap stone Macadam
to withstand this kind of weather.
Mrs. Jonas ltanti was burled last Satur
day. After being a fuffcrcr for eleven
years sho was called homo from all earthly
pain and sorrows. Tho funeral services
wcro held in tho Christian Church by tho
Itcv J. N. MacNamara.
Mrs. Geo. Dodson did last Sunday night
at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. lllchard
Smith of this place. Interment took place
on Wednesday, surrounded by a large
concourse of old friends, llev. Win. Mather
Wo arc In a fair way of getting a special
mall carrier. This will Insure our mails
more promptly; as It Is sometimes impos
sible for our station agent to do Ivor them
Our enterprising Merchants G. L. & U
B. Mcllenry expect to ship In two car
loads of corn and ono car load of potatoes
Dr. I. E. Patterson sold a lino match
team to Matthew Mcllenry last week. The
Dr. keeps a good stable of horses.
A good deal of changing nbout Is expect
ed on tho flrit of April. Hope wo will
havo butter roads by that tlmo.
Mar. 2-1 L. B. Koehlcr will sell horses,
mules .cows, pigs, wagons, farm utensils,
grain, hay, &c, at 0 o'clock a. m. in Miflllo
township. This will bo ono of the bisgost
sales of the season. At tho same tlmo he
will offer his farm of 80 acres. Good build
Maeoii 25. Amandns L. Fritz will sell
valuable personal property on his premises
In Sugarloaf township at 10 o'clock a. m.
Maiioii 20. Mrs. llebccca Cramer will
sell valuable real estate on tho premises In
Centre township, noar Fowlersvlllc. Salo
to commence at 10 o'clock.
Mahoh 27. William Goodman, adminis
trator ot Geo. W. BUIman, deceased, will
sell horses, harness, wagon9, farm imolc
ments, &c, at 10 o'clock a. m. at Montana,
Mar. 2911. W. and G. W. Brunstettcr
will sell horses, cows, wagons, Tarm uten
sils, &c, on tho premises in Orangevllle, at
10 o'clock n. m.
Mahoii 29. David T. Keller, administra
tor of Joseph G. Keller, will sell real estate
In Greenwood township, at 10 o'clock, on
tho premises. Bee advertisement.
Mauoii 29. SI. O. Woodward, trustee,
will sell real estate lato of Thomas Shear
man In Beaver township, JBaturday March
29, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Maiioii 31. Mrs. Mary Hazletlno will
sell personal proporty at the Kupert Hotel.
Good now range, stove, chairs, dishes, lot
of new carpet, &c. Salo commenco at 10
Fob Balk. A desirable and commodious
residence on Main street, supplied with
water, gas and steam. Apply to
jau20tf. L. N. Moteb.
Fob Balk Dwelling houses In Blooms
burg, Orangevillo, Eipy and Rupert Pa.
Firms In Pennsylvania. Kansas and Vir
ginia. Vacant lots In Bloomsburg. Store
properties. Grist mills and other property
by M. P. Lutz, Insurance and Ileal Estate
Agent, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Fob Sale. House and lot In Rupert,
lot 120 x 140 ft. Two story, house, with
nlno rooms. Bay windows, out
kitchen, ice and coal house, good stable,
chicken and pig pen. Choice fruit, ever
green trees, good water, Two railroads,
Twelvotrains a day each way, to Blooins
burg, faro 8c round trip. Low taxes. A
great bargain, If taken soon.
M. P. Lutz, Insuranco & Real Est. Ant .
For rent at Rupert. Ono six room houso
W. E Johxston.
FobSalk. Fine building lot, Main St.,
nea- Normal School. Apply to
G. W. Kkiteh.
For sale at a birgaln. I good bay horse,
1160 lbs. 1 good gray horse, 1000 lbs. 3
seta single harness, 2 top buggies lu good
condition. Apply at once.
G. E. Tea Co., Old stand,
Grant Herring and A. L. Fritz,
spent Monday In Philadelphia.
Mrs. Isaiah tlagonbucli is visiting friends
In Philadelphia and Washington.
Miss A. D. Webb spent Sunday in
Mrs. Dr. Mitchell ot Mt. Carmol was In
town on Monday.
A. N. Brice, editor of the JVw has been
appointed post-master at Sunb ury.
Tho salo of J. B. Kcefer of Benton twp.
has been postponed to March 23.
J. H. Maize, Esq., returned Irom ruua.
"I have used Ayer's Pills for the past 30
years, and am satisfied I should not be
alivo to-day If It had not been for them.
They cured mo of dyspepsia when all oth
er remedies failed." T. P. Bonner, Chester
Pa. Ayer's Pills arc sold by all druggists-
Mrs. Sarah WIchtdled Wednesday morn,
lng at half past nlno o'clock, aed 71 years,
9 months and 18 days. She w 19 the
mother of three children, Emma, wife of
Wm. Gllmorcj Sarah, wife of Llewelyn
Prosser, Clara, wlfo of Peter E. Knapp.
Funeral services will be held at tho Episco
pal church Friday at 2 o'clock.
Dr. L A. Bhattuck sent up a bairel of
fine Florida oranges raised on his orange
grove at Fruitl and Park, Floiida last
The greater part of the oranges were dis
tributed among friends In this place who
wish to express thanks to the Dr. tor his
Several dozen ot' them were put on sale
at I. W. llartman & bons groceiy store
They are the sweetest orange lever brought
to this town.
Tho following letters are held at Blooms
burg, Pa., post-office, anil will ht cent to
tho dead letter office, April 1, 1890.
Mr. R K. Burger, Mla Sarah E Fritz
E. C Jones, Mr. D. Mcllenry, Miss Alice
PersonB calling for these letters pleaso
say, they were advertised Mar. 18, 1890.
One cent will be charged on each letter
A. B. Catooabt, P. M.
A large and fashionable audience greet
ed Gilbert & Dickson's production of U.
Ulder Haggard's wonderful romance,
"She," at lho Opera House, last evening.
"She" is too well known for us to enter
into details; suffice it to say, the picco was
well cast, nnd the scenic, mechanical and
electric effects were all, that could be de
sired. St, 2W DaVy Qlobe.
At tho Opera House, Monday March
A largo number of voters havo determin
ed that a pcimanent Democratic Organiza
tion should bo formed for the town ot
Bloomsburg, and with this vlev tho Demo,
cratlc citizens ot the town are requested to
meet at Dcntlcr's Hull, In tho third s tory
of his business building on Friday evening
of this week, March 21, at half pvt Beven.
The publishers of "Plunder," the Illus
trated Humorous Weekly, In order to In
troduce their publication in every family,
will give every tenth yearly subscriber
sending amount of subscription ($2.00),
direct to tho New York offlco a present of
$10.00 In cash. Ten subscriptions can be
sent In one envelope it desired and the per
son sending samo will receive $10.00 A
sample copy will be sent free of charge by
tho publishers. Gmns Bbos. & Mouuan, 57
Rose St., New York, to every one of our
readers who will send for It and mention
name of this paper.
In order to reduce stock, for the next 30
days I am offering special inducements to
cash purchasers from my largo stock of
boots and shoes.
Jf. U. DENTCEB fl.
Gilbert & Dickson's "Sho" Combination
opened last evening to a packed house,
who witnessed a magnificent production of
Uaggard's famous romance. The scenery
was the finest that has ever been seen In
our city, "ThoTcmplo of Truth and Ruin
ed City of Kor" being a wonder in scenic
art. Special mention should be made of
tho mechanical and electrical effects tho
electric storm at sea being one ot tbo most
beautiful and realistic effects wo havo ever
seen. (Council Bluffs Nonpareil.)
At tho Opera House, next Monday night.
Secure your seslt now.
Mrs. Margaret Glrton died at tho homo
of her son, Jacob L. Glrton, In Blooms
burg on Friday morning, March 14th. Bho
was one ot tbo oldest residents, having
been born on Decamber 27, 1803, making
her ago 80 years, 2 month3 and 14 days.
She was the relict of John 11. Glrton who
died May 27, 1875. Mrs. Glrton was born
In Hemlock township, and was tho daugh
ter of Abraham Shoemaki r, a revolution
ary soldier who was butted In tho Prcsby.
tcrlan graveyard on Third street on July
4, 1844, with the honors of war. Mrs. Glr
ton was the last of her father's family. Sho
always lived in Columbis county. Her sur
viving children aro County Commissioner
W. G. Glrton, Jacob L. Glrton, proprietor
of the St. Elmo Hotol, F. M. Glrton of Ply
mouth, and G. M. D. Glrton of Colorado.
Three are deceased, namely, Mrs. Emily
Meredith, Oscar P. and John.
Tho funeral took placoon Sunday after
noon at 2 o'clock, tho services being con
ducted by llev. W. C. Lovcrctt. The re
mains were burled In Roscmoni. '
Are women; their delicato organizations
being particularly susceptible to derange.
mcnt and disease. Dr. Kennedy's Favor
ito Roraedy, of Ilonndout, N. Y., purifies
the blood, Invigorates the system and for
tifies It against tbo diseases Incident to age,
climate and season. It Is tho best mcdl.
cine in tho world. Keep It In tho houso
for your children's sake, as well as for
you own. 8-7 4t.
Wo wcro visited with soveral snow
storms last week, but the snow vanished
at once when old Sol made his appearance.
The lumbermen wcro in high spirits, think
ing they would havo good hauling, to de
liver their lumber and load cars at Lau-
bachs, but tho snow that fell, only made
the mud worse.
Cbarltc McAfco and wife, took tho train
Saturday night for Light Street, where
they vldted friends and relatives over Sun
day. They returned on tho early train
Howard Ucsa Is busy boiling sugar this
Spring. He has at present made nearly
one hundred pounds of nice sugar. He
thinks this spring will be tho best for boll
lng sugar, that wo have had for several
Public sales can bo seen advertised on
every barn and corn-crib. Irvin Diltz on
the 22nd and C. W. Hess and Amandus
Fritz the following week. W. F.
puiLACRLrniA, Monday, Mar. 17, 1890.
Cachemire Renforce streng
thened Cashmere. There you
uve it. The beautv, the finish,
the touch that you associate
with cashmere, and added
strength. More than that, silk
finished. The look and feel of
Drap d lite. In all the new
38 in., 50 and 60c.
46 in., 75, 85c, Si, $1.25.
Take the $1.25 grade. The
most beautttul goods of tha
character that we ever offered.
Nobody makes better. Goods
irom tne same- 100ms nau a
front place at the Paris Expo
sition. Merit put them there
just as it puts them here.
Dcatli of Mrs. II. J. Clarfe.
Mrs. Sarah Clark, wlfo of H. J. Clark
aud mother of H. B. Clark, died at her
home, Centre street, Sunday morning,
March 10, aged 57 years. Sho was a great
BUfferer for tho past seven years with an
Incurable disease. Tho best ot medical
skill was consulted but with no avail. A
loving husband and son gavo her tho best
of care, and provided everything posslblo
for her comfort. She was tbo daughter of
William and Anna (Knorr) Hagenbuch.
Sho was born and raised near Milton. An
only sister, Eliza, wife of John Hess, died
at Dixon, III., last fall. Threo half-sisters
and two balf-bjotners survive her. She
was married in 1855 to II. J. Clark, and
moved to Bloomsburg lu 1868 whero sho
has elncc lived.
Funeral services wcro held at the houso
Tuesday afternoon at one o'clock, conduct
ed by Rev. W. C. Lcverett, of the Episcopal
church, of which church she was a mem
ber for many years. Mrs. Clark, by her
kind and loving disposition had many
friends in tho community who deeply
mourn her loss.
DruiikemicMS Llnuor Habit la
all the world there is oat oae
cure Dr. Haines1 Ooldeu specific
It can be given in a cup of tea or coffee
without tho knowledge of the person taning
it, effecting a speedy and permanent euro,
whether tho patient Is a moderato drinker
or an alcoholic wreck Thousands of
drunkards have been cured who have taken
the Golden Specific In their coffee without
their knowledge, and to-day believe they
quit drinking of their own free will. No
harmful effect results from Its administra
tion. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular
and full particulars. Address In confidence
Golden Speoivio Co., 181 Race Street,
W, c. T. V. Coaveutlou.
Tho Columbia Co. W. C. T. U. met In
convention in tho M. E. Church at Espy,
March Uth and 12th.
After the usual preliminaries, u cordial
address ot welcome was extended to tho
convention by Mrs. Rev. Mallalleu. Mrs.
Mcllck of Llghtstreet responded appropri
ately. The President In her address, urged all
mcmbors to work on In tho Christian tern,
pernnco spirit, regardless of opposition and
Buperlntendents of tho departments ot
Baeramcntal Wine, of Narcotics, Press and
The young people of town enjoyed a
trip on last Tuesday evening down to the
Paner Mill, bcinc the guests !of Mr. and
Mrs James Bhow. Jr.
Mr. D. L. Brown and son returned homo
on Sunday after making a trip through the
northern part of this state.
J. J. Keller Is Improving his property by
treating it to a new coat ot paint.
Mrs. Samson Towscnd is still confined to
the house, in a precarious condition.
Mrs. M. M. HIcks is slso on tho sick
Quito a number ot tho people
town met at the residence, of 11. W. Kling
on Tuosday evening to give ihcm a surprls
as their stay wltb us is ot short duration.
since they Intend making Scranton their
future homo after the first of April.
llev. Mallalleu preached his lat sermon
on Sunday morning preparatory to his
leaving for conference.
89 much la 85 MluateH.
A NOTABLE BUN ON TUB BEADING KAILUOAD
The mjtt remarkable feat In tho history
of American railroading was accomplished
Prison work, Bcientltlo temperance Instruc a few ,iayg BR0 on the Now York Dlvlslo
The world-wide reputation of Ayer's
delphia on Tuesday, where he ht d been to Barsaparllla Is tho natural resul t of Its sur
passing value as a blooil medicine
lng, in tho wholo pharmacopcela,
attend the funeral ot his brother
Dr. Barter's new veranda Is completed,
and Is a great improvement to the prop
erty. W. B. Mllnes ot Espy was tho build-cr.
Just opened flno Dado window curtains
W. H. Bhooku & Co's,
Luzerne county has 887
for the sale of liquor.
H. J. Kelly has securtu the contract for
tho driving of a long tunnel at Centralia
Tho post-ofllco at Bloom burg, began
lRsulnir the new nostuco stamp, wcunes
day. It la smaller than tho old one,
1U color Is red.
tlon. B. School work, Young Womens
work, Literature, Sabbath observanco,
Motbcra work and Evangelistic work all
made reports both Interesting and encour
aging. Tho prison in our County has beon vlslt-
u.l bv ladles of tho W. C. T. U. On two
occasions prayer was offered and at other
times tho scriptures read and ll.eraturo dis
tributed among tho prisoners. Invariably
quiet and order prevailed, and the visitors
were treatad with courtesy.
Tho work of Scientific temperance In.
structlon has received much attention and
It is proposed that through tuts ueparl.
ment, lho law regarding the study of Phy
slology and Hygiene, with reference to tbo
effects of alcoholic drinks and narcotics on
tho human system, shall be enforced In
this ci unty.
Excellent plans of work were submitted
many white soaps,
represented to be
"just as good as the Ivory."
They are not,
insist upon having it.
Tis sold everywhere.
You know the grade of goods
Lupin makes. No better wool
stuff from anywhere. Certain,
reliable. See that name on a
wool dress material, and if the
color's right, it's safe to buy
with eyes shut and hands down.
udo-e then what sort of a Lhalhs
Lupin sends out! Grab a hand
ful of adjectives that stand for
grace, beauty, quality, and sling
them all. 1 hey 11 ht, and
there'll be loveliness yet unlimi
ted. Full lines of shades. 46
inches, 75c and 1.
Ingenious Japs, and thrifty.
Wonderful how well they do
the simplest things. You've
seen bright bits of their handi
work for home prettying, but
have you ever seen any 01 their
Cloth? Here's a line of it. Very
ikely a yard of the sort was
never on sale oeiore tn tins
country. Like canton Crepe.
Hard twisted cotton threads
packed into a crinkly stuff and
stripes or checked in seventeen
striking patterns with fadeless
"Japanese Koshina Crepe,"
they call it. Un the top wave
for style. 40c. Nowhere else
Mousseline de 1' Inde in a cloud
of neat patterns has settled
down by the breezy Organdies
More filmv and farvlike than
even the Organdies. As fine z
cotton dress stuff as you're like
lv to see and as pretty. Printed
35c green, navy, black, garnet,
with white figures; plain, 30c
black, lavender, cream, navy,
light blue, pink, garnet,
Organdies are 37 c.
Atlnultc City, nnd flic lciiiinylvn
inn Hoiironnn i nciutieH lor
Atlanlio City occupies nunlnuo position
In tho seaside resorts ot America. From a
distinctively summer resort, of which not
many years ago dally excursionists wcro
the predominating patrons, It has develop
ed Into a great scastdo city, whoso gates
aro open throughout tho year, and whose
hotels entertain tho winter seeker after
quiet and rest with as much comfort as
they afforditho hosts of summer on pleas
Nothtnghas contributed so much to this
development ns tho magnificent trnnspor"
tatlon facilities which tho city possesses
through tho llbirallty and enterprise of the
Pennsylvania Railroad. Not content with
a singlo lino In tho West Jersey road to
Atlantic City, .tho Pennsylvania llallroad,
with that unerring foresight which Is a
marked characteristic of Its management,
some years ago secured control of the
Camden and Atlautlo linn also, so that It
now practically operates a double-tracked
roadway between Philadelphia and its
great seaside suburb. Both of tbeso lines
aro In splendid condition. Tho road-bed?
aro laid with Meet rails and ballasted ; tbo
block signal system 'controls tho running
of trains j and track tanks placed between
tho rails obviate tho necessity of stoppages
for water. Tho very hlihcst ra'o of spe d
consistent with safety and good manage.
m nt Is maintained, and year by year the
schedule tlmo Is reduced. Willi tho lm
prnvemenls and bottcrmonts of tho present
wlnti-r and spring, a further reduction will
0 mado for the approaching scasin.
Tho equipment of tho lines nto execp.
Uonally good. Commodious and cherry
passenger coaches havo replaced the old
boxes of tho past, and sppcUlly.hulIt par
lor cars afford any additional caso or lux
ury ono could demand. Btandard hard
coal-bumlng locomotives of tho pattern
which has given tho Pennsylvania llallroad
locomotlvo a;world-wldo fame, aro used on
the fast trains, and every detail, both of
management and equipment, Is accorded
as much consideration on theso lines as on
tho other divisions ot tho Pennsylvania
Possessing such abundant resources,
with its improvement and renovated sta
tion at Atlantic City, and the great excur-slon-house,
located on tho choicest portion
of the beach, the Pennsylvania Railroad's
facilities for successfully handling tho en
ormous volume ot Its summer business aro
superior in every respect. This applies to
every class ot passengers, and the advan
tageous locations of its stations In Phila
delphia makes it apply equally as strongly
to tho residents of other sections as to tho
people of Philadelphia.
Steady employment, on salary Is offered
in another column, by E 0. Pelrson & Co.,
Waterloo, N. Y. 3-14-4W.
Look at our handsome lino of now clnc-
iiuuis uuu watsu gUUIJB HI
ii. W. Sloan's.
A new Dent Ulove lor men
Just Irom London. New in two
ways new in this country, new
price, (jlance af a window lull
on Chestnut street and you will
more than likely join the proces
sion for the counter where they
are for sale. $ .25.
Fine Cabinet portraits only
$3 doz. Life size Crayons
only $1U.UI). Viewing, copy
ing and enlarging. Instant
process used. tf.
The best GOc cashmero in tho county. 40
in. and a beautiful black at
H. W. Sloan's
Aavcrtlslnc a patent medicino In tbe pe
culiar way in which tho proprietor of
Hemp's Ualsam for Uouehs anil Colds does
is indeed wonderful. Ho authorizes all
druggists to give tuose wbo call tor It a
sample bottlo Free, that they may try it be
foro purchasing. The Large Bottles aro
60c and $1.00. We certainly would ad
vise a trial. It may save you from con
Look at our 0 hook real kid gloves, gray
and ulacK, 9l.' at moan's.
I WlHhecl I Was Hentl.
After suffering several years with tho Leu-
corrhoca, and no doubt I would havo been,
onlv a lady Induced me to try Hulnnur Hit
ters. Now I am well. Three bottles cur-1
ed me. Mrs. Cbppn, Newport, R. 1 3-14 2t.
Uandsomo table linens, our COc linens in
bleached and unbleached, aro extra good
for the money. Tablo linens from 25c to
$1.65 at Bloan's.
lite size Crayons, pno-
tocrrapns all sizes, 111
correct styles and per
fect iinisn, colored
photographs, large or
small, frames and
by a committee and adopted, and a special 49J minutes, an average speed of C8J miles
Tuesday was a lovely spring day, and on
Wednesday tberu was tho heaviest snow
fall of tho winter.
Owing to several lengthy communlca
tlons, much other matter Is crowded out
"She," as produced by the Gilbert & Dick-
eon Combination, Is a "ecenln speciacic-i
surpassing In grandeur anything over be
fore seen In our city, .tlanta (Qa.) Cbasli
Culion. Tho outlook for a plentiful supply of
shad Is blight. This Is owing to tho open
condition of tho Susquehanna and Dcla
ware rivers, which is favorablo for tho run
of tho great fish In the Delaware and Ulicsa.
peake bays. House) & Hcrblcc, and O. B.
Chrisman havo sold soto nlco shad at
their fish markets tho past week.
PUMPSIPUSIPSI Supurlor Pump.N ovolty
Pump, Cucumber Pump, and any kind you
may want at Eshlcman & Wolf.
more astonlsuing results, in mruium,
rheumatism, general debility, and all forms
of blood disease, than this remedy.
Another ttuddeu Dentil.
Ellas Mendonhall died on Wednesday
evening at 7 o'clock. Ho was down town
In tho afternoon and soon after bis return
homo ho was stricken with paralysis. A
more extended notice will appear next
Gilbert & Dickson, tho managers of the
Company which will play "Bhe" at tbo
Opera House next Monday night, wish to
call special attention to tho fact that every
pleco of scenery, and all tho effects adver-
Used by them, will positively oe useu in
tbe production. Many spectacular com
panics slight thought stands in this par-
licular but tho wuuagc-s of "She" promise
a performance cnmpleto in every detail,
and exactly the same as tho one they have
given In all the larger cities, from Maine to
aro not slow to understand that, In order
to warrant their manufacturers In guaran.
teclne them to beneflt or cure, medicines
must possess more than ordinary merit and
cuiatlvo properties. Dr. Plorce's Golden
Medical Discovery Ib tho only blood medi
cine sold, through druggists, under u pott- )ng tru9tecs of tbe church for the use I
.lit guaranty tnai u win uencui vi vuio 0 inc. building, tUc cUolrror wet music,
money pnld for It will bo refunded. In all cierKymen for their services, also the
blood, skin and scalp diseases, and for all ,..up. 0t K,ny for their hearty welcomo I
scrofulous affections, U Is sp'clflc. I nd generous hospitality. Convention ad.
8500 Reward offered by tbo proprietors journcd to meet lu Light Street, Beptem.
nr. Catarrh Hemcdy for an Incur, uer aru anu ui.
of tbe Philadelphia & Heading Railroad
when a special passenger train covered tho
distance ot 00 miles between Pbiladclphl
and New York in the almost incredibly
short tlmo of 85 minutes. Tho engine
which made tho rscord-smashlog run Is
designated as "No. 800.-' It is ot the pecu
liar type originated by the Reading Rail
road, and was built for tho regular fast
passenger service of that road. The engi
neer was Frank Wagner, who, when he
climbed Into tbe cab, little fancied that be
would leave It the hero of the fastest run
ever mado between tbe two big clllis. No
special preparation was mado for a fast
run, both cnglno and crew being selected
hastily aud almost at random to meet a sud
den call for a "sp' clal.'' Tho first reyolu
lionof tho drivers was mado at 11 .48 a. m,
and lho real running began between Wayne
Junction and Bound Brook was covered in
effort will bo mado to carry them Into ef
Mrs. M. O. Walker and Mrs. J. P. HerU
both read essays which were meritorious
and pleasing In composition and matter.
Delegates from the L. T. L. of Mlllvlllo,
delighted the audience Ith a program of
their own and the llttlo ones are to be com
mended for their successful efforts.
Mrs. Olive Pond Amies of Scranton, lec
tured on Friday evening. Her subject
being tho object and work of tho W. O. T.
U. Her resume of Its past and present
with the forecast of future bucccss was
cheering to tho White Ribbon Band, Mrs.
Amies also touched upon the various de
partmcnta of work, which proved a ttlmu
ins tn the workers and the audience was
delighted with tho manner and matter ot
Suitable resolutions wero adopted, thank
per hour. Tho highest rato ot speed reach
ed was 87 miles per hour, and stretches boy.
cral miles long wero run at the rato ot 81,
82 add 84 miles respectively, A little cal
culation will show tho terrlfia velocity im
plied by theso figures, and tn Btand the
strain involved requires tbo very perfection
of machinery and roadbed. Tho best pro.
vlous record made by any train between
New York and Philadelphia was that ot 1
special, also on the Reading, which con
veyed thb lato President Qowou on his re
turn from Europe several years ago. Th
time then made was 00 minutes tor 89 and
four tenths miles, an has never been equal
ed until now, when Engineer Wagner and
"No. !S0O" have beaten it by 6 minutes,
Angel Cake, Sunshine Cake.
How many good cooks have
tried and tried to make them
and other delicate sorts and
been heartsick over failures?
Simple enough now, anyhouse
wiie can do it. Of course it was
a woman's wit that showed the
way Mrs. VanDusen's, The
old trouble was that the cake
settled and sogged in cooling,
Turn the mold bottom up, said
Mrs.VanDusen, and to keep
the cake from droppine from
the greased tin, don't grease it.
nut the cake sticks: lo be
sure it does Just there's where
the woman s wit shines out
bright. A little slit just above
the bottom, closed with a slide
when the cake's baking, lets z
knife blade in when all s done
Presto! there you have it free,
light as seafoam.
You can see cake making
and baking in these molds go
ing on any day, among House
keepincfthincs, in the Base
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
When Bab ni tick, we Jo tier C tori
Wben the iu a Child, she cried for Ct'torU,
When he became Uits, the clung to Oastori,
When the had CUIdreo, the n?e them OuKoria.
To.NiKlit milt To.JIorrow Nltflit
And each day and night during this week
you can get at all druggists' Kemp's Hal
sam for tho Throat and Lungs, acknowl
edged to bo tho most successful remedy
ever sold for tho euro of Couehs, Crou
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma an
Consumption. Get a bottlo to-day and keep
It always In tho house, so you can check
your cold at once. Price COc and $1.00
Sample bottle free.
. W. Kartmau & Sons.
In the Spring
s Tbe ftellne of lastltudo peculiar to the
;non begins to bo felt. The average
slock of vitality lias been pretty ttaor
S oughly exhausted In carrying It posies
Z tot through tbo rigors nnd changos of
jj the trying winter, nnd ns tbo more Rcnl
Z nl reason approaches nnd the strain upon
S the system relaxes a feeling of prostra-
I Hon, moro or less pronounced In degree
nnd duration, Is tho natural and Inevlta
S Mo result. During tho existence of this
; feeling of lnssltudo nnd depression, tmsl
Z uess enros nnd oxertlons seem almost
S lmposslblo of endurance, nnd even tho
; lightest duties nnd responsibilities of
: life are regarded ns a burden to be shirked
or disregarded to the greatest possible
S To devise some preparation to conn-
teract this tired feeling and restore the
system to something like a normal con
S ilttlon has been tho endeavor of many
people moro or less skilled In medical
k science, nndconntlcss concoctions nnder
the general title of "spring medicine"
Z havo been placed upon the market, had
n brief boon and then been lost sight of,
; to bo succeeded by some other similar
S preparation. Tho principal Ingredient
5 In most of the spring "bitters," "tonics,"
eta, alcohol, th etrfcet of which upon I
the tinman system has been sufficiently B
dwelt upon through various publlo me- jj
dlixnsloronderany extended reference
to the eamo unnecessary here. The tern
porary feeling of strength andexhllera- S
tlon produced by this active agent Is as s
certainly followed by a greater degree ;
of depresslon,-hlle tho rcsulU of contlrv J
ncd Indulgence are a permanent Impair-
mcnt of tho vital organs the heart, Jt Id-
ncys, liver nnd brain. S
The fuels of tbe case are that yon have
been living upon meat and other fatty
substances to a greater extent than at S
any other time of the year tho pores of
the skin have been closed, and upon the S
kidneys and liver have devolved all the S
work of keeping the system clear. But
now summer Is at hand, and these or- S
sans cannot keep up the drain. The
pores of the skin mnst bo open, else dl- I
scase will step In and throw you upon a 5
bed of sickness. If tho pores tie bnt S
partly open, then yon aro languid, laiy S
nnd 111 at ease. You want a spring clean- jj
lng process within yourself, and then
you will bo filled with vigor and a test ;
for work and business. You can have
all accomplished by the use of S
At sit Druggists I.OO. C bottles for .OO."
DON'T tako Something cbe "Just as good," IT IS NOT.
Aha Wixskn It Co., Vole Froprletors,Basgor, Me.
inn iiiiiiiiiiiii limit 111 iiiiisassisMimiiiiiMH
A SINGLE NIGHT.
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF
GILBERT & DICKSON'S
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All wool cloth, 25c.
50c quality cloth 37 i.
Henriettas from 25c to 1.25,
Handsome Trimming Silk.
New styles in Braid.
Stylish Gossamer Coats.
New Sprine: weight Jackets.
Table linens good and cheap.
Best quality 25c towels,
New Foilo Du Nords.
Dress Ginghams 10c yd.
Sonic Bargains in decorated
I. W. Hattman & Ssns.
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Save Your Hair
BY a timely uso of Ayer's Hair Vigor.
This preparation has no equal as a
dressing, It keeps tho scalp clean, cool,
nnd healthy, and preserves tho color,
fullness, and beauty of tlio hair.
" I was rapidly becoming bald and
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bottles of Ayer's Hnlr Vigor my hair
grow thick and glossy and tho original
color was restored." Molvln Aldrich,
Canaan Centre, X. II.
"Bomo tlmo ago I loit all my hair In
conscqucnco 01 moaslca, After duo
waiting, no new growth appeared. I
then used Ayer's Hair Vigor and my
Thick and Strong.
It has apparently como to stay. Tho
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J. D. Williams, Florosvillo, Toxas,
"I have used Ayer's Ilalr Vigor for
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It Is all I could deslro, bolng harmless,
causing tho hair to retain its natural
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to render tho hnlr easy to arrange."
Mrs. St. A. llailey, U Charles street,
" I havo been using Ayer's Ilair Vigor
for soveral years, and bellevo that It has
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rniFABID BT .
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