The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, March 21, 1890, Image 4
THE OOEUMBDCN" KNJF DEMOCRAT." BEOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. BMQUSH AND AMERICAN ROAD8. Wli Kiiwrinrnt IIm SotaW OptnlofM from XUvml lalasntv Experiments on the ainoant of tratetlTe loroe required to moro a load rJi6w that II Trill take eight horses to draw a truck xl load weighing 0,000 pounds on firm oil covered with gravel four to all feebea deep. On earth embankment In good condition the work can bo dono by a forco equaling two and one-li a) t horsoa. On broken stone road In coed condition thonmo load can bo haniod by a force of one and ono-quartor home, and on Um wu road in bad condition, ivith nits four" to ftrar and ono-balf Inches deoc and thick mud, flvo hones' will bo re paired. Dot on a good, dry pavement coo good horso can mow the name load all day. On the subject of good and bad rondi the following from the pen of tbo late Zkc J. O. Holland draw a comparison 8&favorable to tbo radsthrg road system ki-America! Tho point which I wish toaimprca upon my American reader la simply thist that 'the English' horse, employed in the troeta of a city or on tho roads of the country, does twice as ranch work as the American horse similarly employed in America. This is the patent, undeniable tact.' No man can fail to neo it who has his oyea about him. How docs ho do ill Why docs he do it? Thesa are most im portant questions to an American Is the English horse better than the Ameri can hone? Not at all. Is ho overworked! I have seen no evidence that ho Is. I havo seen but bne lame horso in London. Dm simple explanation is that tho Eng. Ikhman has invested in perfect and per manent roads what the American ex pends in perishablo horsea that require to bo fed. "Wo are using today in the little town of Bprincfleld just twice as many horses' as would bo necessary to do its 'business ' if the roads all over tho town were as (rood as Main street is from Ferry to Cen tral. We are supporting hundreds of horses to drag loads through holes that ought to bo filled, over sand that should be hardened, through mud that ought not to bo permitted to exist. We have tho misery of bad roads and are actually ori practically called upon to pay a pre namfor them. It would bo demon strably cheaper to have good roads than poor ones. It is so here. A road well built is easily kept In repair. A mile of good macadamized road is more easily supported than a poor horso." The expense of building good roads is an important item, and the macadam is too expensive for country byways and crossroads, and, in fact, is only feasible where travel is extensive. Macadam 80 feet wide and 0 inches thick in tho 'cen ter requires 5,500 tons of broken stone to the mile. The cost of stone varies from 70 cents to $3 a ton, and this would bring the cost of surface material up to $3,850 to $11,000 a mile. A macadam road has recently been made near Philadelphia at an average of about $3,000 a mile for six miles, but there was a good founda tion to work on. At Bridgeport, Conn., forty, tulles of good macadam, 13 to 'SO feet wide, including grading, cost a trifle trader $3,000 a mile. Tho committee on improvement of highways, Rhode Island division of the league of American Wheelmen, recently received two important letters upon the nbject of good and bad roads which are of general interest. Ex-Governor Henry Howard; of Rhode Island, says: "I amry (dad to learn that there is some prospect of legislation in regard to oar faulty highway system. When I re turned from my first and prolonged visit to Europe I could scarcely believe that I bad all my life been familiar with such wads as met my eye on my return. In bo part of my traveb had I seen roads so poor as is tho rule in oar country towns; and I had been in some out of the way place, too. We are more wasteful .in &s respect than in all othoi things put together, Comparing tho rural sections of Europe with those of our country, there is no doubt, I think, but that a horse there performs double the doty he does here, and therefore is worth twice as much. It would bo the highest economy to put all our roads in a permanently good condition. When it is once dono the annual expense is as nothing to tho money which is expended now without any beneficial results. There is no class to which highways are so advantageous as to farmers. If they could bo induced to give the subject sufficient consideration they would soon put a stop to this egre gious folly of 'working out the tax.' The president of tho Rhode Island Do mestic Industry Boclety writes: "As to the matter of highway Im provements, I think it is of tho greatest Importance to tho prosperity of our ag ricultural communities that some change should be made, in their care. "At present'in some parts of our state there is a gradual shrinkage in the value of our farming property, owing, in my opinion, to the want of better highway communication. "In my own town, Scituatc, we have about seventy-two miles of highway, divided into about sixty road districts. and in some of these districts, I fear, the rood taxes have been expended on the 'workincr out or standinir out plan.' Last spring , at our annual town meeting, it was decided to make a change by ap pointing road commissioners, the num ber not to exceed three. This change takes effect this coming spring, and I hope that ' suitable road machinery may be supplied them, so that our road taxes may be used to better advantage. As to the present condition of the roads in our state there can be but one opinion they nefcd to be improved; as to how it should be" dono I have no plans. It might be well for the legislature, to appoint a com- xsitteo to take the matter into considera taVn and recommend some law that abould be applicable throughout the state." Millions of dollars throozhout the north and west hare been tied up thin tail and winter Deeaose or the mud blockade on the roads. This ought to set very one to thinking how it could bo avoided. No one is responsible for tho had roads, but it is only a question of time when farmers, merchants and driv ers will wake up to having their roads boflt as the bridges are, on a cash basis by a contractor under bonds. Ex change. ' -.U A (vi-wrpcnt, Wl fret tow?, wflfl seen to coll Ittfir utf In lrrmrr roMa on tho court of i-lonua last mourn. A nrco rcuaoio pcrajn. aw thl- crrnturo distinctly. Header, tho ntwvo Is n f,)arn." u. people womd bellcvtt tho following truthful state ment ss iradllr m they swallow eoa-aerpent tones. It would lo tho means of saving thou sand of lives. Dr. Horco's Oolden Medical UlncoTPrr. if taken In time and given a fair trial, will actually euro consumption of tho lungs, which Is really scrofulous disease. If this wonderful mcdiclno does not do all we rocomniMia, ivnen taicen as oireciea. wo win chrerfulljr and promptly return all money paid for It. fun any oiler bo more generous or fait? KO Whor medicine porarawa sufficient powrr over that fatal malady-Consumption, to warrant Its-mnmifactiireni hi 'lllmr It un der such trying conditions, "ine' uowen nco tcitr nutovcry is not only the most wonderful alterMlrte.- or Mood-cleanser, known to med ical ectetiee. Mil also poswswi superior num. tlvo and tonic, or Strength-Klvlng properties, which nalst tho food to digest and become omSiHIIsiW. thus building up both strength and ttash. For all casea of Urcncblat. Throat nnd I.unsr Diseases, accompanied with lloger int tttiigra. It Is absolutely unequaled as a nnd kindred anconeus,- h medicines. t surpasses all other SaSGJO REWARD ufneturenarof 'Dfig' 'Cslsrrh 'Ramf, for k'case of 'CaUTB in tne need wmen-tner csmrot rareV Ult tii1M,'Enothlnff,'and beat ing properties, Pr. Page's llemedy cures tho worst Ct"rio1nrfittcr how bud, or of how longstanding? Fifty cents; by druggists. "How fat I'd get if I had one." FREE Get' from1 vonr-dealer- trm. (km $4 Book. It has handsome pictures and valuable information abont horses. Two or three dollars for a sa Horse Blanket will make vonr homo worth tnnn and eat lea to keep' warm. Kin c'.ia u:i Kin rivo rnnu Atk for 5A Boss Stable 5A Electric' Extra Test 30 other.'stvlent 'nrioen to anit errrr. body. If you can't get them from your dealer, write us. PettigreVs Conundrum. it Was socoxssrtJt wict'Iib cmy'it OUT, IlUT A TOL'N'ft LU)V MISSED TIIR , POINT. Son a tor Pettlcrewr of South 'Dakota i a perfoi.t typo of tho bustling Far' Westerner. In somo respects 11 fo at' tho national capital Is original to hlrrii iio Bays ho enjoys the receptions alter noon teas, etc., just as Ward MoAlliet er would like to rovel about over' a timber claim. "Ill relato ono incident," Bald tho Senator, "that will givo yon an some idea ol tho bright society pooplo yon often meet in Washington. I was at a littlo gathering a few days ago when lor want ol better amueoment, the hostess proposed that each guest pro poso a conundrum. When it carao my tarn I asked: 'What is the differ- onco between a man going out in the cold and a tired dog! Of ooarse, that s not exactly elegant, but it served tho purpose.- Nobody guessed it so I answered: 'One pats on an overcoat, the other pants "Tbo people seemed pleased, ana one yoang lady laughed quite heartily: At a reception a few nights afterward, when the young lady who had laaghod bo heartily at the oonnumurum espied me in the room she exclamed to a group of friends: "Oh, I've an awfully funny conundrum, and its sonator Pettigtew's tool' Then she told about' tho man going out into tho cold and tho tired dog, "tiivo it up, thoy answerod. - ... "'Uno puts on an overcoat ana mo other trousers. Isd'i that cutel' she exclaimed. 'The narrator was the only one who smiled. Naturally 1 felt liko a lour flush. The young, lady noticed that something was wrong, and said: 'Now that's queer. Tho loke doesn't seem halt so funny as it did when the sen alor told it.' I whispored that she should haye said: 'One puts on an overcoat and Iho other pants. Tired dog uanlt. see! "That was enough to make one weep tint all langned for the sake ol kindness. I never saw suoh a fiat afair even at a Sioux Falls church eooiable. Wash- ingtonitself is all right, but when it comes to drees parade two or three times 'a week, why; after this, I'm not in it" Frm the Chicago Tribune. Oompeasatnh for1 Enumerators. AB-paob'conntry'is entitlekl td'a cer thin number of enumerators under the coming. census and' as' their' will bo many applicants for the positidna the lollowing statement as to the pay tney will receive will provn Interesting: b or'overy living. person, two cents; for every death, to cents; for every hrm,- twetltj-hvo cents; for every factory, thirty cents; for each veteran or veteran's widow. fiV6" cents. In special cases an' enumerator may be naid bv tho (lav. not. to1' exceed S5 The costs of taking the census of 1880 was ovei $2,000,000, and the next one is estimated at fifteen millions larger than in 1880. The work of enumer ating will be done during the month of Juno next. Would BtayItT. A ltOTKt. WHERE DUKSTS OIUKOTEtl kaiii.t maiNO. TO and deathf queried "PatTlown roowNtl! SfltovbefOalled in time for tho 4.S0 train in the morn ing," ho said, as he leanod graoefully ovor toward tho dlgilPoiCTk'iti'a' MIs- iBsipm-botol. . "Casoof lifo" the clerk. "Why, no: bat I want toogetnto Jaokson before noon." "fladn't you bottorwalrfbrthb 9.80 train!" "What is it to your "Nothing but tho excitement and muss, and I shall probabtyihkve to1 tes tify at tho Coroner's inquest." "1 1 don't exactly catch on.' "Corao up-stalrs, pleaWi"'' When they had ascended to tbo' first sleeping floor tho olerk continued: "This is room 28, aayo&seov There are fivo bullet holes in tbo door. Man in hero last week wanted to be oalled for that earlytralri.'' KdoTn'Nd. 30 has seven bullet hoios'batithoae'cUnd for two men. This now piece in tbo oar pet hero is where a man fell and bled to death. Down here '' "But who killed off these guests!'' asked tho traveler. "Oh. tho other gnestd. As soon as iho darky-oomcs up nnd knocks and bawls out, Colonel iSh aw,, who has No. 32. reaches for his shotgun. Over in 20 Judge Hawkins sups out with his revolver. Major Brooks, .who is in No. 33 always comes in a good third with a Derringer, and the rest of the fellows along the hall nro always more or loss well heeled. We don't care so mooh' about tho darky, as darkies are mighty oheap around here, but there mast be an inquest' on tne body tot the white man, and "Did I say call mo for the 4.30 train!" queried the traveler. "1 believe so: ' "Then lit was a mistaken I'm in no hurry. In faot, I like MUsieaippi in general and this town iu particular, and even' if I get away at 0.30 'I shall Uc-BOrryi to go; Just rub ' out the memoranda nnd if 'I donV'get up' in me for breakfastryou needn't mind sending a darky op to pound on the door. ' Help to Motbers Nurtrint f Mothers who have tho- caroi and draught'of- nursing; infants need the' aid'Uf strengthening tomo to mane ; up lb nourish raont required for tho growth" bl tho clnliU Ale, i porter,-, and, lager bbcrhtve often been recommended. Of late, since physicians' have become aWare'that thb-Port Wihe'produced by Alfred speer, ot l'assnio, i JNi J., is strictly iUre thev have .iirtsoribtd it instead of ale or porter, as being more uiuvu uiaKiiit xuiti n iiiu lis pi luuiyjiiy sbuffheftSrbymothertt'whb have nurs- iagiinfants avtho tbroasU . as the best supplying medium to bo. found. The wine is rich-in body and not intoxicant 1 . !..! 1 . : J l . uui gunny auiuuiaiiug auu laaats gnou blood: Uruggists generally keepi it, ano fen it lor a aoiiar a Dottle, ji qturer. BLANKETS ARE THE STR0N6EST. NONE GENUINE WITHOUTTHC BM LABEL mako the famous Korea nnnl Hater Blankets If You Have CONSUMPTION I C0UQH on COU BRONCHITIS Throat Affection SCROFULA I Wasting of Flesh 0 any DUrat irhere th Throat and XMngt mn Inflamed, XoM of BtrmgtK cr Kmm ytmr, you can b rdicved and Curtd by SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphltes. PALATABLE AS MILK. A$k for Scott't Bmu'tion. and I't no ptanatUn or molicitalton induct you ( atpt a ntt(twt. Sola by all JJntggUU. OOTT A OWNE,Ohmlt, N.Y. CLOTHING! CLOTHING G. W. BEKTSGH, THE MERCHANT TAILOR. OK EVKKV 1JKSCRIPTION. Now, Give Attention- To'thfe' purification of your blood, for at no 'season is the body no 'susceptible to thetbenehts to bj denved't fiom a tood medicine, as in March, April and aiay.uooQ s sars3pilla is the people s favorite spring, medicine. It stands unequalled for purifying tbo blood, curing scrofuld, salt" rbeum, etc., re gulating -the' kidneys and liver,- repair ing nervd' tissues, strengthening and invigorating the wholo body; &s well' aa cbeoViug tho progress ol aoute and ohronio disease, and restoring the afliic- tea parts to a natural,- neaitny conat tlon. If 'you have never tried ' Hood's SirSaparilla for your "spring mediciue," (lo so this season. Id Z4y'. Hir Too aw Babtrttif M iu, l wn, bo i na mnottu omm- Wolff'sACMEBIacking, It wh thui look.tilu m: tat a? tboaa !' wiu It, Bou uair polU IINDIIt tb KB!? mat a PinATahlt to tfalr.ut. 4 Poplar Kitchen fntt to Antiau Oak. A Can ftotktr toMahoga. 6MMMUMttMotaot. 'ON iltMaifcAMaM Stmt TtnUMi SUrm. - Huiw made to order at short notice anrl a Btalwava miaranf.nnH nr nn anlp uail and examine the'largest and 'beet I J OiYLl 1 iTl GC.XjKJ BClCUbUU' BtUUft Ul uuvus uvcr HUUWU 1U (Jolumbia county. Btore next door to LIMITED, First National Bank Atound The World In Sixty Days. The editor of the Railway Age h: made a study of Nellie Bly's route and time card and now gives as his belief the assertion that the trip can be maue in 'sixty days, barring acoidenls. He shows that Miss Bly lost one day in London, two in Usylon, hvo in Hong Kong and five in Yokahama, and also lost at least one day by unusual delay in -crossing the Pacific occau. He also shows that she traveled two hundrad and fifty-three miles further than she would be obliged to oridinarily be tween San Francisco and New York. This was in order to avoid a snow blockade It was made up, however. by the use of a speoial train which brought her to Now Yok eleven hours ahead of the sohedule time of tho short est regular run. Making all allowan ces and calculating upon regular con nections tho Age is certain that the trip can be accomplished in sixty days by regular schedule Borvioo and the present rate of speed. MAIN STREET, Bloomfiburjr Pa. February xst, 1890. Th KT. VAVIh .IIINNEAl'OMrt .V .HANI i tiiiA III nnd ll urnurnea Dmuie me It 1 M1XTON, Pa., DEALS B3 IN PIANOS, flftflln II IDE Brtlie following wellkiowD mikera: XT TOU AKI O0I HQ TO TUB FHEK FAUMS OP TIIK MILK UIVElt I valley; TAKS TBI Great Northern Ey. Line. ChickcrlnsT) Knabe. The Spring Medicine. The popularity which Hood's Sar- sapanlla has gained as a spring medi cine is wonderful. It possesses just thoso elements of healthgiviog, blood purifying and appetite restoring whioh everybody seems to need at this season. Do not continue in a dull, tired, unsatis factory condition when you muy be so much benefited by HoodsSarsauarilla. It nurifles the blood and makes the TO TIIR GOLD, BILVEK, COPPKIt, IKON AND COAL MISK3 O? MONTANA, TAXI Till Great Northern Ry. Line. TO OltBAT PALLS, TUB' FUTURE 'INDUBTRIAL CBNTBKOFTnE NOKTHWEDT, TAII TU1 Great Northern Ry: line. TO UELKNA, I1UTTE, BPOK1NR1 PALLS AND TUB COAST CITIES, TAII TBI Great' Northern Ry. Line. wtx- TOrAItOO, CnOOKBTOH, O RAND KOI1KB ANnl WINNEPKO, TAIITUS Great Northern Ry. line: TO ALL MINNK90TA SOUTH DAKOTA, NORTH DAKOTA, MONTANA, IDAHO, OREGON, WASHINUTON, CALI rORNIA AND MANITOBA POINTS, TAH TBI Great Northern Ry; line;. For tL-keta, maps and tfukloe, applr to xour UUUIO IMfCUV VI ITIIIOIV f. i.winr.suv. aeu. rtu. and ticket 'Agent, OKKAT NOKTOKKN RAILWAY, tit. Paul, Ulna. Weber, Hallct & Davis. Can also furnish any of the cheaper makes at manufacturers prices. Do not buy a piano be fore getting our prices. .:o.: Catalogue and Price' Lists On application. FRAZER AXLE GREASE BEAT IS THE WOBLD. XUWMrlDgquallttMr. ouurpuMd, .etaVllr oallMtUlr two boiH of uiTOth.r brand. Hot SMwd kr but. i-ui:t thk ukx uine. ypR BALE DTf UEALEIt8 OENEBAU.Y. lyr FOR MEN ONLY! Mini. 1 r smrai luMU.ufUl.rTmw. tutuii.iiiuirtoMtriamitMf: iWMWf ufUiM UOMB TKKiTltlT-.MAL. kifa. KulNllrlmil4lU4IHlMtiltM.MN. Will. tUS IwfUrt I.... fialutllM ... fv wlM (MU4t An AUrw MIC MEDICAL CO., BUff AlO, H. V. ra-rha (lit HAT NIlltTIIEUV LINK runt lu own MagolOocct. UAIIAVAY RHEUMATISM 9mm MarA tkma TwnlMn Tlb- X Cm M Htttinij. TlM Mmjm TJhhL, I tad TnflmrrtorTi,gliTirntltTfi,' Tot stwlr uIhadtab(danoVland In bod. I could find HHM. Mrimh'M rolled and cut tdptoor wlta powwfal BudloliM tekui to ffect ur m that 1 m compelled to llr on vmi and nlir. I uJTrdfDr twaty.flT Jmtt hi UA wr. 1 tM la. AaMd to trrSr. STld KonnodjM TTorlu UtaMdr, rnrnm m jWMsnt, ni jr., ua I AmNow Welt. thiBln-to-thla BdletiM Dr. SmiohAtH r.Torlta UnMdrbmrtMt friend. With It I am m.bll t oJorairead'nlffiiriTwt. Aljci rood, tach'u mcM and rud7. which I bin been deprlTl of for rwi; nowur tnat tn nrorlto lUmedy cm so mil 'for bcnn ot.Iridl.ti)n'ud"Srmnlr.MLall. If Anj-f.hOTllI doutt'thl. iUttmejit I win uod th rr prooT t one.-Oarret Iawlsf , Tror. T.I, It ! mr p1mim and-ateolnt dntr towud tboM no ui Mnliramni far tbtj w t tb atdly Diseases of the Kidneys to add my tMtlmonr to U alnadr indzhtr rrl. danc of tb. wonduful .fflncy of Dr. Dtrld Eennfc dr.Torlt.niMdr. Mylt'-wuiEbiptl.cM, abandoned by tb. pbyucUni. Ir. Dtrid Ccnnkly nroriit udy mm morud tot not becima ui hop. wu plkMd in It, but Uwum nothing !u re. mUnal. AH tnunj tnd madUlnM bad barn teeUd Without aTall. .Tb. .ffaei wu UttU abort .( . mirk. lla. At (b. iMond bottle aba bad rutned atnnrth. and eonUimlna: Aha fr.tuju.t bu fully raoorarad. iV Bwaat, Albany, X. T, PAYOR ITE REMEDY, yno.au dollu. Ilnuad at Sondout, V. X. The Best and Purest Medicine EVER MADE. I rtwIlUlrlvothallnmorfromronTl II ayncm, nnd mnko your emni I i yy. ca a n rimplffl nnd IUntrhclU ;ir blool, nnd cah bo irViVhi-nAr rour bonutri rcmovollnaehort time, it you arc kxMlfOBIia uc 'w. hw blood nu. .'I'M ' 9, '?. M Jl v.. .A J, A. Via Hs. n j rv. tj. 'o. - llH-at Biit'l rlii-Bieita.Z .'b motlicino. i ry ii, vr.ll ulll Irf afltl.llGU Oct It of your DruirgUt DokTWait. Getitatosce On , W A. I it Trtn at-a ft.iirpr.riLr from Kill. Law fittufin- nitil Utah to IU'0 tfH I oi.t gc uk bUU'iit'ii nirrEits iDCj never iiui w tuiv. D NORTHtrUflKRLAMO.. Cameron cnuiasxy DanTllle citawlssa Itupm esu liloomsburg a 83 Kjpr 8 41 I.lmn Itldfrc.... 0 50 Willow drove. Ell IirlarcroeK , ctti HcrwIcK..... 7('5 lipacn Haven 7 11 lick's Ferry r-blckshlnuy lluniock'a. N'antlcoke., ....... . ATondilo lymouth lymouth Junction. Kingston liennett.. Maltoy Wyoming. West llitaton nttston. Lackawanna TajlortlUo- 8 43 ueuerue. im rjCXAMTON. 8 00 an.i x ?.rnt auimns to y. i-. un nv a lo.. Boaton.Masa..ror beet mcillcalwork pnlillBbeil? Tutl's Pills FOR TORPID LIVER. A trpl llT-r dvraug-M thm wholea j tarn and produces Siok Headache, Dyspepsia, Costivoncss, Rheu matism, Sallow Skin and Piles. Thar 1 no k.tt.r remedy for that. ..maH.n dl.a.. than Xntts Llv.r riUa.aa a trial will prove. rrlce,33tk Sold Evorywhcrc. Thousands LeaVtj bwn peiiiiaovully cared by I'lllhAPKLI'IlIA.rA. Ya'C at ODce.no operation curable ly oiliers waiitoil. bvuti tor Circular CURE GUARANTEED. omIioun7to3. Aiir 10 "89 ly. WHUSttiKM TOl ey AYtUnR 11 warn Onfnrtti-SllKhTTrl. a.riiiira I II u, the Morltl. Our ftillitieisM unMualnl. uJ lo lutrotiiiM out apMior rood' t will n&ttt to oK fl MOir In otch loctlllr, 3kusIxiv. Oalj tho who wnt KtonM OBcorta pi&ki iurt el tne thine, ah 700 hiti 10 no 10 i return U lo tbow our gooi ta vA.. urhn rll oir ntlthbort ' ud Ihoifl round yoa. Th b. ..in t ihli ftdvmimiBt br tb mkll in a of tb Ul- trfHt. Tbo feUowtof eot ftr tht pptt.rw ! U rlBCllo bout the flftUth put f lUbalk. It Ii ftd. donbU 1J' Stom m Urr" i 1Vm7 l "rty. W will txUo thow job bow o Mailrgn83lH 1 0 ft dj ! t, from lb. t-rt,wltb- !irlU UAITT 4 COm &t?oJLA9 O. MAiJru. 12 13 tf. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Cleanses and beautifies the hair. Promote a luxuriant trrowth. ti$ver Taili lr Rttor Qny niiriom Toaimui uoior. TrevenU IJilnitt and balr tilling 2.33 .1 U. How Lost I How Regained, KNOWTHYM THE SCIENCE OF LIFE A ScltmUc and Standard Topnlir Medical Trratlse on the Brrora otToatb.lematarelleclmetKeiioua and Paytical Deblhty, Impurltlea of tne Blood. nm: tM.n'nmwYi kokboct, k. t. lu. Uitle m HtmU-mrlliwwmM.-, B. F. SaYits, PLUMBER AND, GAS FITTER W.ALKH IH Tin Roofing a-Specialty. ESTIMATES FUKNI8IIED ON ALL WORK IN HIS LINE. First door Bloomslmrg Opora II "mo aanlllcent Ulnlut Can. I HlIIISilMIIHK. Klllt l'oU4M Skwplatr Can, UpevUl Apart ta cut Can aad 1 rutn T111C COLUMBIAN, HINDERCORN8. Trie 09JT aor. Care far Ooru. atou all buna ueter.taataat.laiaAlJnnnjta. H laou UCq, H. t.' AMkiii-l ciNrien TowTpTii rtZrioiS la. weraTaaaM ad L. Ihmhmt rawedr C all ill uujm tnu OaUcu.a autnuoa. Talata vm. ieo. aA4 aaa 2-28 d 41. THRESHING "machines WmplsBt. Uoat Durable, Economical, and perlee In uao wastes no grain; cleaoa II read? for market THRESHING ENGINES D?0, uw MOli, SMngtt MacMrwi, II jv I'rruti, ana onuutara tmieiwma avneniuj. A. 11. KA110U11AU CO.. Limited. Bend tor lllua. 1 IfniiajlTanu Agrteultlral traied Calalogue.1 I Worts, Yoaa. fa. Mitchell's Kidney Plasters ' Anaorb all dlaeue In tb.Ua.71 vA faaxete tacaa to a hulthy rvandltlnn W ad taronlo UW'fiSven'aari W tn7tt bo raUcf sntll t&ej UM auvcumwa uivtuctr IrBJaAVTaVlaW ' mmfTnmsmUtim)mmaim,mmmAjmmttitttj Hanlting from Follr, Vice, Ignorance, Kxcesses cr Orertazatloo, Er.enatinz and o&fittln? tne victim fcr toik, Bualne1., the Married or Social ItflaUon. Arold unakillful pretender., roiem thie pre-tt nrt. Il contain) 3 JO ia;n, rojilbro. lleautilul Dialing, erjbo.ed, fall put l'rice onf 11.01 I7 iniit, iKistpr.ld, concealed In plain wrapiwr. Illas. tratiie rroa;iectm Free, If iou apply now. '1 .0 dii'lonlaiifd a. thor, Um. II. Tarker, II. D., rt Ctiiedthe CDI.I) AND JRUKI.l.CI) 3Ii:i)AI, Irom llie ,ultonnl illedical Assoclnllou lur fjle I'KI.Ii i:sSAY on NKUVUUS r.d 1'IIYMIIAI. DIIllir.ITV.Dr.l'arkerand.ci.rni of A.sUtar.t Phj.lciana nay be conioitcd. confl. dentUUr. hy mail or In ptreon, at the orAee of THE lTAHODV .HIIDICA I. I.NhTITUTi:, No. 4 It u In neb St.. lloaloD.illai!!.. to nhotn a I ordera for book, or Idler, for advice atwuld be directed a. abuve. 2 28 d 4t. K AZZiROAS TIME ISIS M ml f ill ELAWARE, LACKAWANNA & WESTERN RAILROAD. DLOOMSUUKG DIVISION. STATIONS. NORTH. r. M. r.u. 5 40 1 W 0 55 ... 8 01 a 11 6 25 .... HO 9 S5 9 41 71? .... 7 90 3 90 743 .... 7 to S SO TM .... 7 59 3 43 801 .... 813 817 8 91 897 8S3 9 40 A. 11. A. W. 10 m 0 15 10 15 8 BO 10 ID I0SJ (I 10 43 0 58 I IU W) 7 0.1 10 nr 719 0 HU ' lii ; Spring? CBoflltiang 11 (5 11 19 11 19 11 W 11 91, 11 84 11 S3 11 48 11 53 1201 7 20 111 781 7 31 7 41 7 I'J 7 55 I 808 R IT 8 91 KO XIKN', YOUTHS, HOY AND CHIIiDHKN. A. CYiitfes'tfe Co. LF.IKlHI.,ntTll,rjNOj BlXTlIilAND bUKSTNUT, riiii.rKi.PiiiA.v 4 02 4 on 4 11 4 91 19 10 8 24 19 15 8 33 19 90 SHI 19 97 19 31 19 33 12 40 19 41 19 53 101 109 1 15 190 8 41 8 49 9 53 8 58 03 909 H.17 9 95 9 BO 985 .irnrKil BAKERS UND CONFECTIONERS Exchange Block, Bloomsburg, Pa. STATIONS. r. m. r. m . r. at. r. m fcOOTU. SCRANTOH liellotue 6 15 TaylorrlUe 6 90 bicxawanna 093 nttston. 6 86 West lltteton 041 Wyoming.. 1 47 Maltby 061 uennc-il. 0M Kingston Ids 'lrmoutn junction 7 0.1 'lrmoutn '. 7 10 Avondale T14 Nantlcoke T 19 HunlwK'a 7 Vfi Shlcminnr 7 37 hick 8 rcrry 7 55 Ueachllarcn 8 01 ucrw CK 8 07 llrlart!mk- 813 Willow oroTe. Bit urne ittdge 8 20 Espy 8 20 liloomsburg 8 39 ltupert 8S7 ixuawiasa A.af. A. U. 610 9 50 Danville. Chulaslcy uamemn . NOKTHCMBIRLIND. 8 4! 8 57 955 1000 100H 1016 10 29 10 97 10 30 10 31 1033 10 42 10 47 10 5t 1055 1109 11 12 1122 1131 11 40 1150 11 54 12 01 12 06 1912 12 17 19 82 r. h. r. vt 1 53 6 90 .... 6 95 6 30 6 3T 6 45 650 6 55 659 07 712 Tl 9 02 210 218 9 91 929 237 2 40 9 43 2 50 2 65 7 21 9 69 7 93 3 06 7 43 3 90 7 65 3 31 8 07 3 40 8 8 3 47 8 90 3 53 8 27 3 51 R 31 4 02 fl31 4 09 8 41 4 15 8 47 4 29 8 52 4 23 8 57 4 46 9 16 4 51 5 00 9 23 515 013 r. M r. at. WHOLESALE and RETAIL Opt;n d to I His Was; asi Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. Ouster nstxlors .tta.ci3.ea.. 1 rnmn q ii n ". o a'! FAMOUS Is bent bisws i WII01.KSA1.K UEALKRS IN ,. 9 07 1141 ,. 921 12 55 a. u. r. m. Connectlona nt Ttunprt with PhiladRlnhta A lb3adloir ltallroad for Tamanend. Tamantm.. Will. lamsport, sunbury, WiUvllle, etc At Northum- wriana wita t-. & k. hit. r. ic it. lor iiarnsourx, Lock Haven, Emporium, Warren, Corry, and Kris. w. r. UAI.11ISAU, uen. nan., Scranton, ra. (Dy, J)U(o, (Cnj, Fvot'ty n otj-. HEADING PHILADELPHIA A HA1LROAD. ON AND AFTER NOV. 10th 1889. TKAINS LEAVE llLOOMSBUHO 03 follows: (80NDAT3 BXCEPTSD.) ForNew York. PbltaielDhli. lteadln?. Poturilln. AuuijMua, u.w, u. ui. ror nuiiamspori, .Miiion ana Danruie7:3l a. m. 3:io, u:tu p. m. ForCatawls&6-0j. 7:30. 11:01 a. m.. 12.20. S:nn o:s- p. m. ror it ipert.o.01, 7:30, ii.ojo. m., 12:20, 3:16, 6:00, TRAINS Kon BLOOMSUUItO Leave New Y rk via Pftindelphl7:l3 a. m. 4.00 p. in. ana vi.i hasion 8:43 n. m. 3:41 p. tn. ucnve raiLiaeipiua iu.uu a. in. coo p. m. Leave Headlo? 1UV) a. in. 7:37 p. m. Leava rotMvuio 12:81 p. ra. Leavo Tamaqua 1:21 a. m. 9:8 p. m. U-ava WlUUinaport 9.15 a. in. 4:15 p. m. Leave Uatawlaia C:33. 8:00 a m.. i:.m 3.90. ata Leave ltupert 6:16, 7:03, 8.0S, 11:11 a. m. 1:33, 3.1 1, 6:22. 11:21 d. m. ' ror uaiumore wasmngion ana tne west via II. s. vi. iu iu, luruuia .raina leave uirara AVeauo oiuliuu ruiua. 11. a it. tu tu) e:, a:rx n:uo a. m. 1:25, 4:30, 6rM. 7:30 p. m. aundays 4:95, 11:00 a. m. 4:30, 5.51, 7: W p. m. AT LANTIC CITY DIVISION. Leave Philadelphia, Pier 7, Chestnut Street vvuan, anu soutu sireei, nari: FOB ATLANTIC CUT. Week days-Kxpreja, 9.00, a. m. 4:0J p. m. Ac- coaioaatioo, i:u a. m. 4:.jj p. m. sundava-Erpnaa, 9.00 a. m. AeojmodauonS:0) a. m. ana i:?j p. m. BBTUKS1NO, LEAVK ATLANTIC CUT. 1 Depot corner Atlantic and Arkansas .wenuai : vvecx aaya ixpresa, 7:J0, a. n. and 1:0J p. m. Accomodation. S:i5 a. in. and 4:3 1 p. m. sun.lays-Expi'eai, 4:00 p. m. Accimodatlon, t:M a. m. ana p. m. C. Q. HANCOCK, A. A. MCLEOD, Qtn'L rats. Aae.ti. VUx Pres. Jt aen U Uanaar. . Ps-nsylvami Riilroad. Philadelphia & Erie R. R. Divis ion, and Northern Central Railway. TIME TABLE. In effeot NOV. 10. 1889. Trains leave Santmry KA8TWAUD 9.40 a. m., Sea Shore Express (dally except uuuuaii, .ui jiauiauuii; auu !Ubcnuuuiau:aLail008 arriving at Philadelphia 3.15 r. m. : New York 5.50 p.m. j Baltimore, 3.10 p. m.; Washington &.UP. in., couneoung at Philadelphia for all sea Shore points. Through paaaehger coach to Philadelphia. 1.39 p. mr-Day Expre puiia ROt.K AGENTS FOR Henry Maillard's Fine Candies. Fresh Every Weetc. IE3Sr2Sl2" GOODS Bca-xjx- i . SOLE AGENTS FOR F. F. Adams & Co's. Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco. Sole agents of the fotlowinc brands of Cigara t Henry Clay, Londres, Normal, Indian Princess, Samson, Silver Aah. Any order for Festivals will be supplied with the Lowest Market Prices, at Hiemm 1 Ofan$e5. Lemon?. Brwm Nil5, Banana. canx, w ' ,mlnaia nli5h WftlnU.j. lop BLOOMSBURG, PA. g. 6. Robbies, Foreign and Domestic BLOOMSBURG PS. m it dlate stations, arriving at 8.50 p. m. ; now York, 9.85 p, 0.15 p. m. ; Washington, 8.15 p. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS. ftetl Croat Diamond lirand TbaeBlr rtlUbta in for ni. lKaireti4 lr, Idlr, ask D mesial fu UitUIa. ntrid li r d, Ui r4 KiaiiutMiM,tl4 IlLaVal.ttl) tlaitilaiaVa AUAal Ulll tmW - Ljtdlra,' ( ItUmr, bj mtlL tvtr. 2 2S4t as y a VOICE I fro u Ohio. Ilm Id poTaftlt of Ur, Oarri aAai. of Hal.tn. llhLi. IU tnmi Wn it wtk o farm fU forh.C.AIIa A Co album and nubtla lAtlooaj and etifi naktHaSU iia,a LI Wllli.ia Kl.n, llarriaburir. l' , wnwii -1 oif nevrr inowu AujlkUf to it II lika your albaau. VMtcrdaijr I Itxk frdrr muuh la pay ua uvr Utf.'.'' W. J. U wora. Ban cor, Ht writ : -I ika an orvicr fur jrour atuuniat Inoal ry Ioum I My ro&l UofiM aintucbai WO rfor a alu kI day a wurk." POthmartdoingquU mII hava uot anara 10 Kna ri new from ibrir latlrr. Kttrr lata who takra knUitlfib1aTauil buInn llri ting ml .itoflia. Hlmll we Hlurt VOU in (hit, htifcinesf, n-adrr? W rila to na and Uam all about It fr ymttttif tta aiaunlruaitji wtwtllatart jua tf you don t dUy utiUl aniMbrrfcia ahrad of you In our uirt or tba couuirv Ifyo! tak itoU you will U abla lapbkip aild fan j r KaU D11 Bitatuut of a furctd Hiaaiaraclurcr a aala 1 ilOO ru (laullili lltutucrit)t Album aralo La aohl to lb taauplo fur W uti. UtMind la Koral I'riuitmi HUkt-Ur Huih.Ctiawlaf lydacvraUdlnatda.llandMfiiat albauuUi tb world. Larftat Hisa. Urcatcat barfatDa ter known, jtfrnia ttBBWd, Ubrral Irrma. Utf mvt for reutt. Any onacan bvetiiiM a auccrMfu) arnt. Uf IU ItMlf on altbl lntU or tit talking naccaaarji W farravrr ihowi, every oat want to itir cbaM, Acrota lake tbowaauda of ordrra lth ra4dlij itarrr bafora known. Gnat prorlia await rry worker. A(ilaar naklaf fortunat, Vadita tnaka aa ranch aa nicn. )ou(rcadrft ran du aa wall aa any ona. Full lafonnauon aud lamtt fra, lo ibuaa wku wriia iwr mum, with partlolara and ttmafor oor familly Ukblaa, Hooka and fariodkaU. Aftar 70a kiAOH- a, h'inlJ you cufUloda lanao furthar, why no harm ladoae. Addiaaa k. C AU.N UJ., AlQlITi, Uia Jan. ly. i Active, Knenrtio .Men can make Irom jj to $iw per RENTS MTUn month wiling rorua and enjoy 1 IA) the comtorl of Vnowlnj that they are working for an old and tellable tlrm. I)e- slrable territory In towns and counties can be se cured by prompt application. We grow the stock we oner. Address KltANKUN DAVIS t CO. Nurserrmen, Baltimore, Jld. Jan. c Mar, d el p h a I uauunorr i Parlor car I through to rhlladeTphla and passenger coaches I iuivuh-u vuf uuwici(iui!tHua uiiLuinore. 8.05 n. m. ltenoro Accommodation IiIaiIv for Harrlsburg and alllnterinedlate stauona, arrlT-1 ins rniiaeipnia a. m. : new YorK 7.10 a. m. I fuiiraan sleepin, car from Uarnsbur? to Phlladel. I rouiAia ui iir"T liuuiAiurua UQIU 7 a. m. l.Ula. m. Krle Mall fdallv for nRrrlahiirr. nn. lnterme'llat stattona, nrr'rtng at Philadelphia 5.50 a. m. New Torlc. 9.30 a. m.: Throuen Pniimr Bleeping cars and pasanger coachea to Phllalct- 'i.'M a. m. 13 ltnrn Etorf 1 illm Mi- niria. bur- auilntcrmclliie staUim arrlrln; at. Uilti- uiu.o ...v, n. ui. Aril .Til UJa 5.11, a IO. ail throusrli I'ullrnsn Wu'plair orito Jiltlmiw anl va"niuiou, anu turougp passenger oacnes to uauunore. WKSTWARlJ. 5.10 a. m. Krle Mall fdallrl. for Erin nr.1 oil wiuau iiu'ua at a imermeaiaio Btaiions, Itocnes ter, Butfalo nd Niagara Falls, with throuith Pull man l' tuieoars and passengercoaones to Erie am iioofi-'wr. 3.53 JiOWS KIDrCSS dallT I (or I0.-I1 Ilnvnn and Intermediate ntatloni. 1.(3 p. m. Niagara Kzpress (dally except Ban. Tl for Kane, cana i&tiruaand IntermmiiatncrrA- tlons. It cheater, Buffalo and Niagara Falls with throu?h passenger covcuesto Kane and Hocheater and Parlor car to Wllliamaport. 6.31) p. in. yast une (dally except Sundarifor ka. novo, Waiklns and Intermedial stations, with luiu'ivu uaBavuKcruucutv ig uenovo ana waiaina. 0.15 p, m. Wllllamsport Kxpress ( dally ) for n uuav sport ana intenneaiaie stations. TUROnan TKAIN." POltSUNBimY FltOMTUE XA! 1 ATI O BO U f 11. News Express leaves Palladelnhla a.sn a., m Baltimore, 4.30 a.m. Uarrtaburg, 8.10 a.m. dally arriving at Sunbury 8.53. a. m. Niagara Express leaves ruuauc inia.n.DU a. m. : naanioinon h 111 a m. 1141. timore V.00 a. m. (dai v eic-em Hundav anivini. t Hunbury, 1.43 p.ra., with through parlor car from rnuaaeipma anatnrougn passenger coaches from ruua'Ji'iimui ana nuiuinore. Fast Line leaves Now ioixv.00 a. m. : Phlladel. pnia,n.iua. ra. ; wasnington. io.50a.m.: Baltt. more. 11.43 a. m., (dally eicept Sunday) arriving at ouumi 1, ojij u. iu. wim luruun pisaenger coaches from Phliadslphla and Baltimore niuiamsoor. asp '"as leaves New York 8 00 p. . . . imjii. iu. waauiogiOn 3.3(J p. m. H.'uwyio a.a4 u. iu inn 11.15 d. m. Erlo Mall leaves New York 8.00 p.m.; Phlladel. lima, 11. aa p. in. ; wasningvOn,iu.uo p. m. : Baltl. In purehasiiiR honBe hold neceBHitit s. it is wigo alwavs to select that whioh is tho best, it will bo tho choaneHt in tho end. A cood ortiulo ia alwavs a sonrco of pleasure. J..SALTZEII has won a wide reputation for Bellini; good goods at low prices. He buys direct from tho manufacturers, and can sell first class goods cheaper than can be obtained elsewhere. Here are somo of Iho articles auu prices : lisley Piann, S3..0 to $C00. Hieck, to SG00. H. M. Cent & Co., $250 to 400. Brown & Simpson, S250 to 400. Kitty Organs, S90 to 175. miller organs, $75 to $150, United States organs, 125 to 175. Chicago Cottage organ, 90 to $140 Worcester organs, 75 to "150. Paris organs, 00 to 100. Celebrated While Sowing Machines 35 to 05. Ni w Domestic Sewing Machines, $35 to 75. Sewing Machines of three rrrodes. made l)V the New Home Sowinrr. mfto.hinn Co.. .1 drawer drop leaf, all attachments, from $19.50 to 00. Royal St. John, $36 upwards. otanaara Kotary, $40 upwards. New Home, $30 upwards. Have received tho accnev for thn Tlnrwou Di-tin Cornet, tho best cornet in tho world. A good assortramt of violins,-guitars, banjos, iiccordeons, drum, tlut8, fifes and all kinds i musical instrument. Thn boat, nf tr!n,. f( r violins, guitar., binj-s, violincello, and bass violins. Agent for Butterick's patterns, pa torn-book and fashion Bheeta. filly) arriving at Sunbury A libora Piar.o, organs and sewing machines sold on rnonthy pay menu, discount for cash. r ' u ? iUot et'nd. e,80wll0rci hut call and see tho stock of your homo dealer, mu who is always with you, and can givo you any information or instruction upon oars from I 'ii juu iuuy purotiHso. through panienger eoaohna from patlalelptu more, 11.20 p.m., (dally) arriving at Sunbury 5. a. m.. with through Pullman Sleeping oars fro rnuaaeipnia, Washington and Baltimore and HUNItntV, HAZI.ItTII.N aj WILKKHIlAltltK a ltAII,liir.aif Ami rillltTll AMU WKST mi - nun HtllilVAV, i Daily except Honuay.) Wlikesbarre Mall leaves Sunbury 10.00 a. m. arriving at Bloom Ferry 10.48 a. m., Wllkes-barre 15.10 p.m. Express Kast leaves Sunbury 5.35 p. m., arriving t uioom rerrya.29p. m.. Wllkes-barre 7.50 p. m. oauuury wait leaves vi iKesoarre 11.17 a. m. arrlv i r MIISB J. SALTZER. ii i , r' Ingat Bloom Perry ltMrrp. m.,Hunburr 1.30 p. m fixpre.a West loaves Wllkes-barre 3.05 p. ta.. ar vlng at Bloom Frrr 4.S0 p, m., Sunbury 6.80 p. m SUNDAY TltAINS, Wllkeabarro mall leaves Sunbury 10KM a. m., ar riving at Bloom Kerry 10.4 a. m., wiUeovBarre 18M0 a.m. uuu.n nwuuwuuauuu tcaiw WIl&B8-narre OIlu I 'H 'M w ?!-Sn3o,1mr,m',4tmoommrr',-liVt,-m-'Buo,,nr' I21jOOiTI Sl5CJIfci " ' Utllla tit IV. IIUUUi (ieu. Manager, Gen. I'a.'aenger AffU Instruments and hewing Mac bine WAREROOMS. TENTS OU.t lli'l'lllll IS OI'C HIT II U DIHDUa OPiriCK. We have no sub-agencies, all buslneaa Jruct, hence oan transact patent business in les? w hi t wai luau moae remote from send model, drawing, or photo.with description. We advlao if patentable or not, free of oharee. Our fee not due till patent Is secured """Is8- A booky'llow to obtain l'atenta,"wlthretereni!Os ISxSS. 0AdSf5s'.D rour couoly' " C. A. SNOW & CO., liu' f ratintm wtinirnoi., i).o R0SC0E CONKLING: 1 HI8 LIFE AND LETTERS. Bono Meal prtoellUC VOItKCilEiUCAL, -I4-vVU. POlt POULTItY cruahol oyster Shein, Flint anl uwiacraTM send for ne nui VOltUS, York P. Hr k.'," n,e'L',w' alfrod It. ConiUng. Thla work will hortly U la.ud by u.. and .old ttrku, to Z,cV OcUto COO piea, aleel portrait, ul uvalml(a cf Utter, of emlnant wnUniporarlM lulUpartiM WE ESPECIALLY INVITE LAWYERS AND MEN OUT OF BUSINESS, POLITICIANS, AND CANVASSERS, (Whea vrltiag.msiiUori thU paper.) CHARLES L. WEBSTER & CO.,' 9 K.t iii. at., jr,w v..u. J H. WlLLIAMd, AUCTIONEEH. llLOOMSBUHO, PA. Kaal E3tat9 Bought and Said. PvrtlM tleslrlni; to buy tir rses -iud wagons "vould ilc Hi ll to call ou ll.e above. MADE WITH BOILING WATER. EPPS' S GRATErUL-COMFORTING. COOOA MADE WITH weak strong. BOILING MILK. 5-28-d-4t.