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TEE COLUMBIAN AJSB DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA
Joseph Cook has jusl returned from
a long looturo in thu SummoT school?,
oxtonding a, far west m Minnesota,
and Is reported to havo had groat nnd
brilliant audiences. Mr. Cook has.had
3000 miles to travel in tho novcrct
heat of Summer, and la now at Cliff
Seat, Lake George, ongagod in editor
ial work, lie is under contract to
givo thirty lectures on tho Pacific
Coast in tho early Autumn.
People who havo been Abroad on
Hamburg steamers aro full of praises
of a now wnter, Saarbrunner it is call'
ed, something liko Apollinaris, but
muoh moro delightful. It oamo fi om
tho Hartz Mountains. A number of
Philadelphians havo brought largo
quantities ot it noma with them.
A new idoa in dcoorativo shades for
lamps is to take tho crown out of a
straw hat and dcoorato tho brim and
slues with llowors or pasto iigures on
thorn, so that tho light will throw
them in silhonlto. Clover fingers cut
out tho Japanoso dancers from adver
tising bills and group them on n strip
of bunting with musical instruments
and odd leaves and flowers. Tho out
lines aro buttonholed with yellow wool
and a common laco 1b sowed to tho
edgo nil round
It is on record that the Vanderbilts
once gave a check for 700,000 in a
tremendous railway transaction, but
that record is now beaten by the check
for 1,250,000 said to be drawn in
London by tho Indian and Peninsula
Tho How loik 'lribune tells ot a
fastidious lady who drove to her
butcher's and told that individual that
whenever ho or his assistants spoko to
her through tho telephono they must
wash their hands and put on a coat.
"It is highly indelicate," sho said, "for-
you to speak to a lady with unclean
hands and in your shirt sleeves, and
unless you cease doing so I shall have
to trade with tho other butcher per
The rate, of mortality in England
lor the year 1888 was ono passenger
killed in 6,942,335 and ono passenger
injured lor every 220.U24 carried.
A family by tho name of Moore
living six miles west of Columbus,
Ind., has a peculiar and distinguishing
family mark running through three
generations. At, a reunion held ro-
centlv it was learned that of twenty
seven persons, which represented tho
three generations, nineteen had six
toes on each foot.
A remarkable occurenco happened
in .Lowistown, Me. A littlo 15 year
old boy was in swimming near tho
falls while tho Cowan mill was shut
down Ro started for shore just as it
startod up. The extra flow of water
threw him over and carried him tow
ard the falls. Before he could recover
ho was swept over. He was not,
strange to say, injured to any oxtont,
He swam to tho bar and was rescued
by a boy.
Thero is a bird's home and hospital
in Oxford street, London, whero people
can tak? their pets to bo nursed and
cared for. The proprietor says birds
suffer chiefly from consumption and
asthma diseases brought on by the
birds be'ng placed in draughty wind
ows. Consumption is helped on by
the birds being indiscriminately fed on
all sorts of things that are unsuitable
as food. Birds aro yery fond of lux
uries, and tho more you give them tho
moro they will eat. When a bird is
going off into a consumptiou it is nl
ways eating. Ho pointed to ono and
said : "He is in a consumption, and
ho will bo liko a ball of down to-mor
row all puffed out. Physio will
sometimes arrest the disease."
Newstead Abbey, which Washing
ton Irving so lovingly and pertectly
described, has been for many years a
private residence. At ono timo the
estate of Lord Byron, it was sold to
Colonel Wildman, who is said to have
spent moro than a million dollars in
restoring tho buildings and beautify
ing the grounds. It is now tbo home
of Colonel Webb, the friend and com
panion of Dr. Livingstone, aud it was
here that tbo great missionary wrote his
books. Of course many interesting
memories cluster around the historic
old abbey. It was hero that Lord
Byron used to seo ghosts at night in
his looking-glass, and his bedroom in
the old haunted tower is still pointed
out to visitors. .Not long ago, Joa
quin Miller, being a guest of Colonel
and Mrs. Webb, in a spirit of roman-
-tio advonturo spent a few nights in
this chamber, declaring that if the
ghost of Byron did not appear his
faith in tho reappearance of the dead
would bo greatly shaken. An account
of what really did appear, together
with muoh interesting informrtion
about the abbev, is contained in an ar.
ticlo entitled "Niuhts at Newstead Ab
bey." which Mr. Miller will contribute
to IIaiu'ku's Magazine for Octobor.
The articlo will be illustrated from
photographs, and drawings by Ameri
Educating the Silkworm-
An industry of great magnitude in
Japan is silk oultoro. The silk worm
is "eduoated" to such a dugroo that it
becomes a mere midline, aud its life
must bo a burden to it. It lays Ks
eggs in rows on cards; it spins its
cocoons to order, and finally dies
when required. Silkwort) eggs are
white and about tho size of thu head
of a lame nin, and they are sold on
cards liko buttons. These eggs may
bo kept all Winter long without harm
to them, and hatched out In tho warm
months. Tho young worm is an ex
ceedingly minute and delicato animal,
and tho mulberry leaves adapted for
Us food havo to be choppod up as fino
as possible. As tho worm grows older
the leaves aro not chopped finely, un
til, whon it is full crown, it is allowed
to cnioy a wholo mulberry leaf intact
This life of dissipation is too muoh for
it, and with a littlo encouragement it
seeks tho solitudo of its cocoon. Tho
cocoons are thon thrown into hot
water, which kills tho larvto and dis
solves the mucilaginous matter that
keeps tho cocoons together. A silk
worker deftly finds tho end, and in a
few moments tho poor worm's home is
about forty yards of silk fibro on a
reel. A few of tho larviu aro allowed
to oomo to maturity for tho sako of
breeding purposes and tho nggs. To
get out thoy break a hole through tho
cocoons. Such cocoons aro called
nierciid, and from them an inferior
quality of silk Is made. From the
JVew York Evening Telegram.
The storekeepers ot Sunbury hayo
formed a retail merohant association.
Thero nro no dishonorable means used
to force collections or settlements, but
each member is informed of tho people
in tho city who run bills with the do
liberato intention of beating mer
chants. Tho Governor(up Btaire)Marla, boa
thai young man gono yet!
Daughter Ho s clean gone, De
troit Fte rret$.
B . F. Savits,
Tin Roofing a Specialty.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
ALL WORK IN HIS LINE.
First door Bloomsburg Opera House
Wonderful Flash Producer.
Many have gained ono pound
per day by its use.
SooU'b Emulsion U no ft isorti
rmnedy. It oontolns tho atimuiav
Ing pi pertie mo nypopnoi-
E bites nA puxe Norwegian Cod
Aver Oil, t&f potonoy of bote
being largely Increased, a t uaaa
by Physicians all Ovar tho world.
PALATABLE A3 MILK.
Sold 6t all JOruegltt.
See for yourself how 5 Blan
kets wear and other makes tear.
FREE Get from your dealer free, tho
$i Book. It has lianiUomo pictures and
valuable lniormation auout norecs.
Two or three dollars for a sa IIcto
Blanket will make your horse worth uioro
and eat less to keep warm.
5A Five Mile
5A Boss Stable
5A Extra Test
80 other styles at prices to suit every
body. If you can't get them from your
dealer, write ua.
ARE THE BEST.
100 stvles. nrlces to suit all.
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bold by au dealers.
Mark Is on
In the world.
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Can also furnieh any of the
cheaper makes at manufacturers
prices. Do not buy a piano ue
lore getting our prices.
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w On application.
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UP PIKE'S PEAK.
THEHK ARK NOW THREE WA YS Of REACH
ING THE FAMOUS MOUNTAIN TOP
A trip through Colorado which does
not include the spcent of tho famous
Pike's Peak is ineomploto. To ac
complish this threo routes aro offered
tho ambitious tourist. Taking the old
trail of the early gold hunters yoti may
follow tho maze ot its innumerable
windings up Cheyenne Mountain and
along tbo margin of tho Seven Lakes.
It skill and praotico nave made you
consummate master of rein and steed
you will make the journey on horse
back. Lickins education in this di
rection you aro consigned to tho tender
mercies of cautious mulo or docile
bu:ro (donkey,) self concentrated quad
ruped, deaf aliko to crack of whip or
pleading voice. A second route is by
carriage from Cascado Canyon. If,
however, ppurning the slow-climbing
etaee coach, you sick surer means of
rapid transit, tho Pike's Peak cog
whoel railway offers superior induce
ments. This road, however, is still un
finished, and, having reached tho half
way bouse by rail you aro lelt to con
tinuo your io'irnoy on back of hor-ie,
mule or donkey. The relative advan
tases and attractions of routes hav
ing been duly weighed, tho trip by
coach seemed most feasible. Seven of
lhcr.0 coaches moot the train at Cascade
to carry travellers to tho distant summit,
An inspiring motto, emblazoned in
startling ochre on the rear of each,
roads "Pike's Peak or Bust.'' Aided
by horse and mule and skilful driver,
it proved Piko's Peak Tho ride from
Cascade to the summit is 'eventecn
miles, through scenery often bcauli
ful, always sublime. Colossal rock-
forms tower above youj on every hand
rise gigantic pilasters vast -caryatids
supporting the entablature of the lulls.
Your journey is accomplished in live
hours Four horsos convey your
coach to tho half-way house and are'
there supplanted by as many mules,
moro sure-footed and therefore better
mountain travellers. Your route up
the steep mountpin is a zigzag one,
varied by innumerable windings on
edges of abrupt precipices and start
ling declivities. But your confidence
in mules and driver is calm and strong.
With assurance of perfect safety and
oven a sense of power, yon look up
2.D00 feet at tho leader slowly moving
along tho brow of tho mountain, and
then downward 2,000 feet at the last
coach, apparently journeying in the
wrong direction. The scene that
meets the eye as you aro slowly lifted
up the mountain sido is almost be
wildering in its sublime beauty. The
topography of the cntiro country is
disclosed to tho charmed oye, moun
tain and valley, shimmering lako nnd
sparkling rivulet making a panorama
of incompirablo aud inspiring grandeur.
Uiaut peaks to the southwest dwindle
to insignificant hill.-. Colorado
Springs becomes a pitch of green in
the distance, .Manitou steals from
sight within the arms of tho hills.
Leaving tho half-way house you are
soon above timber line, and now the
tedious part of tha ndo begins. Fol
lowing the trees the grasses soon dis
appear alsnj only a few hardy pi'rsist-
etit mosses remain to re-.t tho wearied
oye. Higher yet! rocks everywhere!
Tho mules struggle upwards; vegeta
tiou has entiroly disappeared. Rocks
on every hand. It seems as it the
groaning mountain bad belched forth
this appalling aggregation, whoso pro
digious mass covers summit and sides.
At last the very pinnacle of the mount
ain is attained, unly rocks! a vast
desolation confronts tho awe-struck,
And now the rarified atmosphere
plays strange pranks with tho helpless
being whom temerity and "vaulting
ambition" has ualnuJ for him this
cloud-swept eleyalicn. Thu vanquish
cd mav be found on every hand. The
victim of superfluous avoudupois
first to succumb. From this asemblum'
ot pa!o countenances and vt hilling
branio we discrete v wa kul nw.iv,
lest sympathy should prove moro po
tent than elevation. For tho hrit time
wo looked down upon fleecy cIoihIb
that trailed their Rhining garments
along thu mouutain sido. Afler a ttay
of half an hour at tho United Slates
hignal service station at the summit,
our tetum trip was mado in throe
hours. From the Ghicaao Herald.
A Tree That Owns Property.
There is a treo at Athens, Ga
which is a property holder. In the
early part of thu century the land on
which it stands was owned by Uol. V.
II. Jackson, who took great delight in
watching its growth and enjoying its
shade. In his old ago the treo had
reached magnificent proportions and
the thought of its being destroyed by
thoso who would como after him was
so repugnant that ho recorded a deed,
of which tho following is parti "I,
W. II. Jackson, of the county of
Clarke, of tho one' part, and tho oak
treo (giving location), of tho county of
Clarke, of tho other part: Witness
clii, that tho said W. II. Jackson, for
and in consideration of the great affec
tion which ho bears tnid tree, and his
desiro to seo it protected, has convoy
ed and by these, prt soots do convey
unto (he said oak treo entire potsossinn
of itself and of all land within eight
feet of it on all sides." Chicago Her
ald. Rabbits and quail are unusually
plentiful this year owing to last winter
being bo mild. This will mane it or
cellont for hunting this fall and wlnt
Now Reporter I went down and
Interviewed General Snappy, as you
Editor Did tho general loso his
Now Reporter Oh, noi ho had it
with him. Light,
One of Many,
Sal called out tho sharp-featured
worn in, "do you wnriant these muk
melons to be riiict"
"Wo do, madam,'' t aid tho grocer.
"Well, I want to get ono. '
"In n moment, ma'am. Just as
soon as I tlo up this ''
"rm in a hurry, if you can't wait
on mo just say so aud 1"1 go to some
Kxcuso mo lust a moment," tbo
grcccr paid to tho ouetomcr he had
been-waitlng on. "Now, ma'am, I'll
bo happy to "
"ion say you warrant thcrai '
"How much is this onct"
"My landl I can net 'cm liko that
over here at Ilimiltou's for twenty
five." 'I think not, ma'am. . But wo have
them at all prices, from -(0 cents down
"Take 20 cents for this one?"
"Couldn't do it, ina.am."
"How would vou 'sell threo liko
"They would cost you half a dollar."
"Suro they're ripef
"If thoy'ro not they won't cost vou
"Well, they oughtn t to. You make
profit enough on 'em anyhow."
"1 make about uu cents on tho en
tire lot, ma'am. Did you say you
would tako thiso three?
"No, I didn't. I don't believe
"I assure you, ma'am, they aro all
ripo. ' (io thu other otiHoiner.) I'll
be thore in lust a moment." (To the
sharp-featured woman.) "I'll let yon
havo tho threo lor -liiccnts. 1 hat b ex
"M'ml'' mused tho woman, "you say
you warrant them?"
"Won't take 45 cents for theBe fonr,-
1 reckoDl '
"Couldn't pafsibly do it, mi'a
Tint's liss than cost."
"Wouldn't sell these fivo for 10 cents
"Would bo glad to oblige you, but I
coutun t let ihem go at that."
"M'm! I'll tako tlii.-i fivo cent one
Here's a $5 bill. It's the least I've
got. Givo mo the change as quick as
lot people wonder why grocers
have a bald spot on top of tho head
and contribute so little to tbo support
of foreign missions.
UAH CONSUMPTION BE 0UBE1J?
EXPERIMENTS REPORTED TO THE FRENCH
ACADEMY OK MEDICINE.
Among the subjects that carao be-
toro the recent judical Convention at
Berlin for consideration ?as that of
the treatment of pulmonary complaints
Tne question as to whether consump
tion can bo cured or whether it can be
prevented among persons who inherit
weak lung-i, is ono that has for gonera
Hons excited tho liveliest interest
among medical men. Two reports
were mado to the ijcrun Convention on
, ur. f aul Oibier, of the Paste nr Ins-
tituo in this city, who was a member
of the B 'rlin Convention, was akod
yesterday what he thought the prob
ablo outcome would bo of tho reported
recent discoveries relating to tho
treatment of consumption.
"1 nave received a copy, he replied,
"ot an elaborate report by l'rof.
Granchcr, of the Pasteur Institute,
Paris, which has just been madu to tho
French Academy of Medicine, giv
ing tho resuits of experiments in pre
venting consumption by vacciuatiou.
Tbo animals operated upon wt-iu rab-
bitts. linelly it may be said that tho
object aimed at by Prof. Granchcr i
to make tho rabbits consumptive pr -ol.
iho virus is prepared Irora tubercu
losis baoilluj (tho grrm of consump
tion) aud is of ton grades of strength.
The inoculations wen made at iuier-
vals of ten days, c-iro being taken t-
see that tho aMimN were in a porfic
ly hcalthly conditio!!. After being
suli.oted to this treauno it the nibbitr
were inoculated with virulent virus
but nodevelopemnntof tuberculosis fol
lowed. JUiu elhoacy of the treatment
was illustrated by iiifculating othor
healthy rabbit, which had not been
treated according to thontiw (l.scnvvry,
with tho virluent nus. In -ill thcf"
case-t tuberculosis uas quickly devel.
oped ard tho an. ranis died- None of
the consumptive-proof labbils were
affected. It will Ijb seen that the
treatment thus far is a pre.ventivo of
tho disease, but further experiments
are being made with the hope ot being
able to apply tho treatment, or ow
somewhat similar, to patients in
which tuberculosis has been fully de
veloped." . ELIS. Catarrh
Allnys 1'n.ln and
Heals tlio Horcs.
Scdsc-8 of Tutte
THY THE cuue-HAY-EEVER
Anartlclols annllod lata eich
lotl lata eicU nostril and Is
agrecaoie. rnco 00
registered, 60 eta.
cenUat DriUTlsls: by mall,
5S Warren fit., New York,
to BCll our Nureerr Stock. Halarr. Kxnrna ra in
DttMj ClULllUUlCUb KUiliauiUUU.
UllABli UKlJ llttllM IXJMFANY,
moo. 9 11 w. ltocnesicr, n.Y.
mjMTQMen and women, earn bltr nay week.
AuuiiiUjy tor all or part tune. Local or
traveling: work, outtlt rreo. No eiDeiienco
neeuuu. &xciu:vu territory. All inq ueai BDeciai-
uut), oukk warranted, salary ana expensed 1
Hustlers. j, K. W1HTNKY, Nurseryman.
D-12-tu liocneater, N. Y.
CLOTHING I CLOTHING
G. OT BERTSCH.
THE MERCHANT TAILOR.
Gents' Furnishing Goois.H&ts is Ii;
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Suits made to order at'short notice
nnd a fit always guaranteed or 110 sale,
Call and oxaralno the largest and best
selected stook of goods over ahown in
Btore next door to First National Dank
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It will euro vou. I
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nCTcr falls ryj
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It vrlll ruro roil. I
Clcjinsc Iho vitlntcd VT1
ooi when you cc I II
ts Impurities l)urM III
tiff through iho pkluj II
n rimnlcs.Illotrlics.l I
Opcraih in liu arr
mil Hnn. Uov on 111
tnl iiMlth will tn I3
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not procure sufficient
ei crcieo. nml nl 1 who
I II arc confined !n tloorJ
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not the a bo weak
onragcti i it w in cure
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nako you Etrongand
nUsm, iim Imtllo ol
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bowela. nuil ro nikequftlvtl iki an
la malarial dlitrlcl fhclr Tlrtnai aro
wldalr racogulrad. ihy patitu pec
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from (bat polaon. EleskkrillT mrn
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ThuuMi'iiJs tiuVti Uvn crinaneiitly curcl by-
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Vllfllh IKtrrmil of Mr t..,n
W1M loni f g.l-T,,. (.1,,,,
vritcai MW it work on t farm fit
O month i 1 now hive in ifrnr
tor K. C.AIIfD iCoiilbumt and publi-
Wllll.irj KIIn, Itarrithurr. I'--
wnnii -i oare nrr Known
tnythloir to icll l!k your albuiu.
lcitcrdttj I took cnlert enough to
piy mi OTwSa.V Wt J. LI
more, Bsnror, It., vkritptt I
Uk n orilrr for your album at
annual "rrj nouio 1 Ult. Hf
Froniia onn aimuciiai s v
or a aintrla diviwotk."
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Lav not it'ac lo viva
rarla from thtir Iritr-n. kven-
cn wbo take bold of thli rrri'l bninn iJUt opf ranrl rollia.
Shall wo start YOU in this business.
rtadrr? M rila tout and learn all about It foryourn-If. Wt
aretunlnit maoTi walllnart you if you dun t delay until
morbfrrrtt ahtaij cf you to yoor part or tbarounirv. If you
lakohoM you will baabtato pick up prold fail. OtT tC4ul
Dii account of a forced manufacturer i ial 1 OOtt t'it
tlolhir Ihcitiifriiph Allium armo bg sold tottr
PNVJ for Sch. Hound In Itoyat L'hmaoii hllkVrlvH
luab.Clianninrlydecoriirdlnaidca.llaoilaoniMt album In the
wrld. Lara-eit Bii. Crrateat barrna vrr knoMn. Anmit
wauted. Liberal lerroa. lifft money for a rent. Any on ran
betonin a urceiaful B7nt. Sella llaelf on alphl little or nc
lalkluir necetaarr. S brrever ahown. evrrv one wanla to titir.
rhaae. Aicrntt lake tbouunda of ordcra wllh rapidity nevrr
vvivi nirvn , uini invuii niit iwwrncr. a
irmkiiiK fonunaa.'Ladieamake aa much aa man. ou. rlrr.
c-.li do aa m ell aa any one. Full information and term a f rce,
to tboae wbo wriia fur aaroe, with particular and termi for our
rtrillr Illblea, Ilooki and Ferlodicala. After you know all,
isbouldyou conclude lo y ono fartber, wby no ha rot la dona.
yaa3 da its a q
For LOSTorVATLINO MANnnnili
Otneral nncJNEKV0U3 UEEILlIYj
JlWeaknencf Dodyandilincl, Effect!
btjDl. floblit JllM(OOl) folly Kratorvd. How to ttlar anl
ibtolulelr nofalllt ItUlIK TUKAHitM l!ea0(a In ft day
Ken teallly from to I ale and terrlgo Coon trie. Write them.
lc(rlptl Itook, etrlinatlcn and proof raMI-d (alad) free.
uircu ERIC MUDtOAU CO., DUrfALO.N. Y
Horses, Cattle, Sheep & Hogs.
Exeola anv remedv fop Iho ranM im m
CoMi, Coughs, Hide Bound, YellowWater, Fever,
Distemper, Sore and Weak Eyes, Lung Fever,
Colli. encsi, Blotches, and all difficulties aris
ing from Impurities ol the Blood. Will relieve
Heaves at once. Manuacturtdhy tit
iWr-A MANUFACTURING CO., LYONS, N. V,
VOU BjLLE I1V AIX DEAUS1L3.
i HAIR BALSAM
iCIrunfel aufi U-tnLnci lha hair.
r-miutia a luauricni cruwu.
r'tWft- ""'r VoulLful Color.
IVL-.ia-M Cuixo .clip 1 a A hair U tius.
V ' ,";''.'"l'...!r"-r''!'--.
I'ae Iarker'aU-,11 -ar J-oi.lti. I f pm" I
Wraa l-una. llju,;v, In7tUh)n, 1-am, laka lulim Mtu.
HlflDErtROn US. In i mi I j Corp.".
fii). ailkt," lSCTal CaSluU. ur Hl.-CU. at CO., H. V.
iiest in Tiir, ivom.n.
outlaatloc; two boxes of iroyothor brnncl. Not
eHectl by heat. Ir-1 iri'TH V. 1 KSV INK.
FPU BALE HY1IEAI J.11S GENERALLY. !
Patent Variable Friction anil Uelt Fiod.
STEAM ENGINES, HAY PRESSES,
SHINGLE MILLS, &c.
l'OKTAHLE GltIS'1' MILLS.
HCml tOr 11119. TMRESM1SO M4CII1NE3, tj.
catalogue, A. II. I'AltuuilAK cu., York, ri
7-25- is w
JJUUUll Htcul tackle mock
HALF TUB COST ot hoisting Bavod to
btorckeepHrs, uutcners, farmers, Jiacn
mists. Dullders. coutmciora and OTll
UltM. Admitted to be the greatest lm.
ErovementB EVKH made In tackle
looks. Freight prep.Ud. Write for
Fulton Iron k Engine Works.
Estab. 1S52, lo lirusu ti., Detroit, mio
Iju, lliit world. Our factluica at
Unequal Wl, ana io inuuauca atu
uiwrior fooAt wa will landrHt I
imo In aach locality.
rla aaabova. Only thoaa whu wrtta
tout at OBcaran Piaaa aur
ttta ckanca. aill rou bat a to do 1
rttuntltta ahow our gooda U
tlioa who call your naiRhtor
and thoia around 70U. Tb bt
ttoalair of till advartliamaDl
aknan ttta am all and of lha lalt
icop. Tfra feUowtag cnt tiff int apptarantu wi i"
'vihiiiLK iiiiuua IA
eiKUtfllt. Whliwra bMkrd. Com.
UUa.aa.Mrlk.r all k.-aala. fall. HaUkj r. lliaiol,
iii,, ui-a.ij, . lk- mm ( a..k .1 ,m run.
IIT & PODMORE.
OsTKititoDT HoimiNa, Wllkesbarrc, Pa.
Uranch Ofllco, Uloorasburi,', Pa., with
Iho. h. Uuiik, AU'y. & Counaelier.
GET T.EK COLUMBIAN,
81 00 A YKAIt'
KJixiuie. 'irr it! yon
I wilt notrcm-tlt.
I l.nlies In ucllcatc
Iho.ilth, who arc nil
I run down, pIioiiM up i
Tuft's P lis
n tfJIV ar ,1 --JIV.!.!, .
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
tCT WJ' I ITniKnBVaBOiV
J-ELAWARE, LACKAWANNA &
p. if. r. sr. a. it. i.u.
KORTIICMBBRLiND 6 40 I 60 1003 S 16
Cameron 613 ... Inn 6 80
(JhulASkr 10 19
lMtlTlllO I(H ill 10!t 6 41
Catawlssa tti .... 1043 6M
Itupeit , (30 S 80 1(160 70S
liiuomsounr c-ae so io 67 7 12
lPT Ml 1141 1 1 05 T 20
urne iiiatre. eou .... 1112 tit
willow (irora 1161 .... ins 731
lirlarcreelc tM .... 11 so 73)
Ik-rwICK ICS 2 69 U9I 7 41
Iicach llarcD. Til .... n 31 749
lllck's Ferrr 7 is .... 11 M 7 m
HMCkslllnilJ- 7 80 8 SO II 41 8 04
IIUDIOCKU.... 7 41 .... 1164 ft IT
Nantlcoke. 760 3 38 Vim 8 31
Avonclile 7M .... 13 10 8 2s
I'lrmoutn 7 69 3 46 13 16 8 83
Plymouth Junction 8 01 .... liso 8 3-1
Kingston 8 03 1 63 l7 8 45
Dennett.... 819 .... 1231 849
Mlltor 8 17 12 33 8 53
Wyoming 8 21 4 02 12 40 8 68
West 1'llUtOn 8 27 4 04 12 4 3 9 03
Ilttaton. .. 8 33 4 11 12 53 9 CI
TavlorTlllo 8 43 1 09 9 S3
iacK.waona 8 40 1 ol v 17
8CRANTON. 9 00 4 IM 1 20 9 89
iMjuevuo..,.,. s ri .... in i
r. vi. r, m r. ki. r. u
ECRANTOH 610 9 50 1 63 6 20
isellevue 6 is 9 63 .... 2S
Taylorvillo 6 20 looo !02 a so
Lackawanna 6 23 10 04 2 10 6 37
IttUton..... 6 So 1016 218 C46
West PltUtOn. 6 41 10 22 2 21 0 58
Wyoming. 6 47 10 27 2 29 6 55
Maltby 6 61 1030 .... 6 59
a.m. a.m. r.u.r. ii
Dennett. 6S 10 34 2 37 7 03
Kington 6 58 1033 2 40 7 07
l'lymouth Junction. 7 OS 10 42 2 45 7 12
Plymouth. 7 10 10 47 2 50 Tie
Avonaaie 714 in 31 u 721
Nantlcoke. T 19 1055 269 725
Ilunlock'8 710 1102 3 00 7 43
smckshlnny 7 37 1112 8 20 7 55
Hick's Kerry 7 55 1122 3 31 8 07
toach Haven , 8 01 1131 3 40 8 13
Ucrwlck , 8 07 11 40 3 47 8 20
lirur Creek 8 13 3 53 8 27
LlmallldgO 8 20 11 51 4 02 8 33
muowuroTO. 816 11 50 3 67 8 31
r-JPy 8 26 12 01 4 09 8 41
uimmsDurg 8 32 12 06 4 15 8 4;
Kupcrt 8 37 1212 4 22 8 51
utuawiasa 8 42 1217 4 29 8 5
D.invllle 857 12 32 4 46 9 IS
unuiaguy 4 m
Cameron 07 12 41 5 00 9 m
NORTOUlf BBRLAND 9 22 12 65 5 15 9 15
A. r. M. r. u. I . H,
Connectlrinn at linnirt. wlrh Plillartplnliln ft
Ifimarv-lrl Ullnhlira nA.t.nilla ntn A, Mn.tK.i.n.
iwiniiuw iiiiruau lor lamanena. -rania ina. win.
berland with v.&k Dlv. V. li. II. 'for UarrlaUurv;,
i.ttvcii, nuiuuriuui, wurruu, wiry, una u,rio.
w. r. iiAU)rrkAU, uen. Man..
PhiUdelphia & Erie R. R. Divis
ion, and Northern Central
in oaect MAY II. 1610. Trains loave SunDury
9.40 a.m.. Sea Shora Bmrpnti f.lallv rimn
Snnaay), tor Harrlsburg anrltniermodlatcatatlonB
aniruia' at rauaaiipuias.i5 y. m. ; New YorE
5.53 p. in., connecting at Philadelphia tor all Sea
ihore points. Throaih pasaonirer coaoh to
.oult. ui. : uiiiiuoru, a. iu p.m.: wasniDKton
1.35 n. lil 1)AV TEznrAfi
Jally except Siiniay),for llarrlshurg and tnterme
llate stations, arriving at P a 1 1 a a o 1 p h a
New York. B.S5 n. m. - llalrirnnrf.
Wasnlnstou, s.15 p. m. Parlor car
thro-jgh to Philadelphia and passenger coaches
buiuuKu w riiiiiwuiiiuiu auu uaitimorc.
8.05 p. m. ltJnovo Accommodation (daily
ror Ilarrtsburg and alllntermedlato stations, arrlY
Ingat Phllalelphla t.25 a. m. ; New York 7.10 a. m.
Utltlmore, 5.151. m.; Washlncton 6.30 a. m. ;
lMillmanslK'Dlniroartrom llarrisbunr to Fhlladel.
iium auu iicn luta. i uu.kumpaia pasgengerB can
remain In alet-per unltsturbed until 7 a. m.
1.50u. m. Krle tfatirdallfWor HnrriahitK. n.nn
Intermediate atmioni, arr'lng at Philadelphia
3.50 a. m. Suv Y'ork, 9.50 a. m.j Through Pullman
aiv-uju vara auu jmsayuKer coacnes to rnuaaei-
2.50 a. m.Hl-ltrirn Rrnrr-ai M illk rnr narrla-
bur ana Intermediate statloni arriving at lUltt-
i..v,o, iu. i i i .v asuiukiiuu 9.49. a. m. ana
through Pullmnn sio--plng oars to mitlmore and
A'ashingtoo, and through passenger coaches to
5.10 a. m Krle Mall Mnllvl. for nrln nnl a."
Cinanlalgua aid Intermedlato stations, Koches
tor, lluiralo -ud Niagara Kails, with throuch Pnii
manl'.iH.'eoira anlpana-engercoaches to Krle and
D.53 News EXDresa ( dally i (or l rvlr nnvnn
and Intermediate stations.
1.42 p. m. Niagara Express (dall7 except Man
1 1)-) tor Kune, cana, iialgua and intermediate sta-
kiuus, u nu&ter, uunaio ana ruagara Jfaiis with
thrr.UkThDaasenirer coaches to Kane and Hnr.hrflri-
and Parlor car to Watklns.
5.30 p. m. Koat Line (dally excentsnndayltor no-
novo, Waiklns and Intermedlato stations, with
through passenger coaches to Itonovo and watklna.
v.is p, m. kMiiiamspon. :xpro3S ( aaiiy ) lor
TIIKOUQn TIIAIN8 rOK80NUiniY -FltOlITHB
HAST AHU KUUI'U.
News Express leaves New Y'ork, 12.15 night,
klladelDhia 4.30 a.m. Baltimore. 4.3d a. m. iinr.
rlaOurg, a.10 a. m. dally arriving at Sunbury V.53
Nlaeara Kxnresn leavea Now Yorl-fi.m n m
Philadelphia. 8.50 a. m. : Washington 8 10 a. m. ll.il.
tlmore 8.00 a. m. (dally oxcept Sunday arriving at
sunbury, l.ia; p.m., with through Parlor carirom
rniiaueipnia anatnrougn pasbengercoacnea from
ruiitktimiiuiu auu uikiviinure.
Past Line leaves New York 9.00 a.m. : Phlladcl
ohla.11.10 a. m. : Washington. 10 (-0 a. m. Haiti,
more, 11.45 a. m., (dally except Sunday) arriving at
auuuurr, a.w n. m. wiin uirougu passenger
cu icuea tro,u rnnaujipuia anu uaitimore
kTiiim-nspuri. upreiss leaves mjw loric n.oo p,
m. PhllaJc nhia 4.05 n. m. Woahlnirton 3.30 r. in
iMiiiuiure p. ui. uxiiy ; arriving at sunoury
1 ) k. ui.
Erie-Mall leaves New York8.00n.rn.: Phlladol,
phia, ll.siip. in. ; Washington, 10.00 p.m.; lialtl.
uiuro, ii.i i p. m., v(iku arriving ai ounDuryrj.lo
. in., wuu ruuuiao siw.-pmg cars rrom
natsiincer coaches f ron? Philadelphia and Balti
uuaj?innii. waanincion ana uaiumore and
MUNIItlRV, IIAZI.KTII.N OS V'I I.Kl!SMAltlt It
ltMLIKIAII A .Ml MIUTII .(.Ml WKHT
(Dailr except buuiiay.i
Wtlkesbane Mall leaves Sunbury 10.00 a.m.
arriving at Bloom Kerry 10.43 a. m Wllkes-barre
at bloom Ferry 6.2 p. m., Wllkeg-barre 7.50 p. iu.
ftAurrat ikoui. ioa. ca ouuuurjr D.S3 v. ui. urnvii.
Ing at Bloom Kerry 18.37 p. m., Bunbury I.S8 p. ti
aunoury juaii leaves wi iKe&Darre 11.17 a.m. arnv
uxpress v est leaves w uaes narre j.ea p. m., ar.
vlng at Bloom Ferry 4.30 p. m.," Bunbury 5.20 p. in.
Wllkesbarro mall leaves Sunbury 10.00 a. m.. ar
rtvtng at Bloom Perry 10:41 a. in., wiUea-Uarrn
Sunday accoaimo.1.itton teivoa Wllkes-Barr- -!0
p. m., -umin? at Uloom re-rT, . p.m.. nui .i
TjliO n. m
C1IAH. E. rUtlll. J. it. WOOD,
Uen. ilanagcr. uen. Pawenger A;U
jADELIMIIA & HEAD I NO
ON AND AKTEH Sept. 5 1890.
TltAlNS LSAVK ULOOMSIlUIta aa follows:
For New York. Pniladelphla. Heading, rottsvllle
Tamaaua. etc.. d:ij0. ll:ai a. m.
For Wllllamsport, Milton and Danville 7:3 1 ,i. m.
8:10. 11:00 n. m.
ror uaian i-sa ' mi, cou, ii:uo a. ia., ix:so, o:vu
tr.m p. in.
For ltuiiert 6.), 7:30, 11:05 a. m., 12:20, 3:t, e:fi,
TltAlNS FOIt ill.OOMSUUlttl
Leave Nw York via Philadelphia 7:45 a. m. 4:00
p. m. ana via gabion e:i5 a. m. a:n p. m.
Leave Philadelphia 10:10 a. m. 0.00 p. m.
Leave iteaaing ii:oo a. m. 7:01 p. m.
ixiavo Pottsvtlio 12:30 p. m.
I-HV6 Tamaqua 1:21 a. 111. 9:18 p. m.
Leave W llllanuporl 9:18 a. in. 4:15 p. m.
l.avn Uatawlaia 7:00 8:00 a. in., 1:30, 3:20. 6:15
ii:(M n. m.
Iwo Rupert 4:16, 7:03, 8.08, 11:21 0. m. 1:38, 3:31,
bin, 11:10 p. ui.
H (i. It. 11.. through trains leave Ulrard Avenue
kor lumimoru wubuimriuu auu liiu kvest Tia 11.
btation l-lilia. ir. s. 11. it. it. 4:10, s:uu. ii:v7 a. m.
1:31. 4:21. Ma. 7:23 p. m. auuaays 4:10. 8.02. 11:27
U. UJ., a:4, 0:1s, (ia y. ui.
ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION.
Leave Philadelphia, Iter 7. Chestnut Street
Whan, ana oouiu sireet vuaru
yoH AIL1HT10 CITY.
Week days Express, 9.00, a, m. 2:00, 4.00,
Accommodation. 0 00 a. in. 5 CO. d. in.
dation t:tiu a. in. ana i:3u p. m,
KKTUBNINO, LklVI ATLANTIC CITY.
IK-pot corner Atlantic and Arkansas Avenues 1
Bunuain liiiwi, w, a. ui. Accommo
Weekdays Express, 7:30, 9.00, a. in. and
4:00, p. in. Accommodation, 8:00 a. m.
and 4:31 p. m.
Hundasft-Express, 4:00, p. m. Accommo
dation, t:m a. m ana 4:90 p. m.
V. a. HANCOCK,
A. A. McLEOD. Oot'l. lus. Ayeta.
YM, Oen'U Manager.
voits and Trade Marks obtalned.and all Paten t
sine9 oonauotea igruuanvris truua.
lllln'ofirlOK 1M Ol'P laiTK U. H. PATKNT
OFFICE. We have no sub-agenclee, all business
Irect, hence oan transact patent business In lets
imeana at bras uuai'tuua tuoso remote rrom
bend model, drawing, or photo.wlth description.
we aavise ir pateniauie ur cut, irve oi Charge,
Our too not due till Daunt is secured.
A book,"Ilow lo Obtain Patents, "with references
0 actual clients la your state, county, or town,
w nvvuai viivuta tu fv uvwvv vvuuv vi tvnii 1
liOOKH . BACKWAliB'
IT IS A SATISFACTION TO KNOW THAT THE
Clothing 1 Establishment
Still leads in the Latest Styles,
Still leads in the
Still leads in the
Is always full of the Latest and Largest Stock of Imported and
Domestic Goods made up by Experienced Workmen.
PERFECT SATISFACTION ALWAYS GUARANTEED.
pa riFTY DOLL AllS FOR
till PALMS BUSINESS COLLEGE
yU 1700 Chestnut St.. PHILADA., PA. (Both SaiM.) roaKlan for nradnaten. Tlml
3ie4moB. lieattKqalpped. llest Connie of titndj. OirovlanfrMlfjoanamtthlipapBc
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
(Ca.j, lEolaffo, Canj. Fvoftj nA ytj-.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Henry Maillard's Fine Candies- Fresh Every Week.,
UPEILSnSJ "ST GOODS JL. SFEOI.I-rTTSr.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
F. F. Adams & Co's. Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco.
Sole agents of the following brands Ogut :
Honry Glay, Londres, Normal, Indian Princooa, Samson, Sihar Ash.
Any order tor Festivals will be supplied with th Lowest Market Prico, alWaWIi
Orattej, Lemons, ream N$
G. 6. lOBBIS,
Foreign and Domestic
4 BLOOMSBURG ?K. '
get the wmm
In purchasiiiK bortEO hold iieoceHitics. it is wiao alwavs to selent that wJiitih
Is tho best, it will bo thu olieaixjet iu
source of pleasure. J. SAIjTEU has won a wide reputation for selling good
goods at low prices. Ho buys direct from tho manufacturers, and can sell first
class goods cheaper than can bo obtained elsewhere. Here are some of tho
nrticlct! at,d prices :
S wing Machine of thrfo grades, mado
liy thu Now flomo Sowing machine Co., 3
drawer drop leaf, all attachments, from
$ 10.50 to $G0.
Royal St. John, $30 upwards.
Standard Rotary, $40 upwards.
New Home, $30 upwards. j
Have received tbo anonov for tho
Distin Cornot, tho best cornet in tho world.
A gnod assortmt nt of violins, guitars, banjos,
accordeons, drum', tlutos, fifos'and all kinds
of musical instruments. Ths best of strings
for violins, cuitnrs, binis, violincollo, and
bass violins. Audit for liuttcriok's patterns,"
pattern-book and fashion shoots.
Pianos, organs and sowing machines sold on inonthy tajtnents. A Ho
discount for cash.
Do not eend elsowhero, but call and see the stock of your homo doalor,
who Is alway-B with you, and oan givo you any information or instruction upon
any instrufiient you may purchase
tho end. A cood article in always a
Estey Piano, $350 to $60.
Sleek, $375 to $C00.
R. M. Bent & Co,, $250 to $100.
Urown & Simpsou, $250 to $400.
R.lryOrgatis, $90 to $175.
Miller organs, S75 to $150,
United Stntes organs, $125 to $175.
Chicago Cottage organ, $90 to $1-40
Worcet-ter organs, $75 to $150.
Paris organs, $00 to $100.
Celebrated White Sowing Machines $
New Domestic Sewing Machines, $35