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THE TOLUMBIAJN" AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.(
Ontting Off The Lottery.
THE rOBT OFKlOEDKJ'AltTSIKKTS lNSTnUO-
TION9 TO 1T3 KMl'I.OYK.ES.
Assistant attornoy General Tynor,
under tho direction of Postmaster Gen
eral Wauamakor, has prepared n cir
cular letter to postmasters containing
ingtruotlons for their gnldanco in tro.it
mont of "lottery" matter under tho ro
oont anti-lottery act. After quoting
tho law in full tho oiroular road as
1. Soction 38t9 1, ahovo quoted, ap
plies to any letter, ordinary or register
ed, if it oonaerns any lotlory, gift con
corn, or schemo desorihed in tho sco
tion, and to lottery ticket, checks,
drafts, bills, money," postal notes, or
money orders for tho purchaso of lot
tery tioketB, of any share ql clianco in
a lottery or crift enterprise, and to tho
list of tho drawings at any lottory or
similar soheme, and forbids tho carry
ing of them in the mails or tho delivery
of them from post offices.
LETTKR SEALS MUST NOT HE BROKEN
2. Tho seal of a letter, or of any seal
ed packet prepaid at letter rates, must
not bo disturbed for tho purpose of
ascertaining if its transmission in the
mail or its delivery at a post oflico is
forbidden by tho provisions of this act.
Nor will the mero suspicion that such
letter or packet rotates to a lottery, or
tho faot that it is addressed to any por
eon known to bo encaged in tho busi
ness of conducting a lottory, justify its
detention or non-delivery of registered
letters at tho oflico of destination shall
bo withheld when tho Postmaster Gen
oral has issued specific orders, under
tho provisions of Scotion 8029, to that
8, Postal cardt and circulars unseal
ed and all other unsealed matter may
when suspected of having been depos
ited or mailed in violation of tho
'provisions of this pet, bo examined for
tho purposo of ascertaining their
4. Tho mailing of matter interdicted
by this act by citizens to lottory com
panies and thoir reprcssntatives is as
oloar a violation of the law as tho mail
ing of suoh matter by lottory com
panies to their customers or other per
sons. DtrrlKS OK POSTMASTERS
6. When it is known at tho timo of
depositing them for mailing that postal
cards or circulars are unmaiiable under
tho, provisions ot Section 3894, above
quoted, the postmaster should decline
to receivo thom. If thoy bo found in
a post oflico and tho sender is unknown
to iho postmaster, or if they be dis
covered in the mail in transit, thoy
should bo withdrawn and marked or
Btamped"fraudulent" and sent to the
-i . . r 1 : .1 u -
A ostmaator vxuuurui, uuuuuiiuuiuu vy u
special report from tho postmaster ox
plaining tho reason for their detention.
C. The provisions of this act apply to
letters, postal cards, and circulars con
cerning lotteries or similar schemes
that oomo in tho mailfrom foreign
countries, and suoh matter so received
should bo treated as if it originated in
tho United States.
7. Matter sent in violation of the
provisions of Section 8891, discovered
by postmasters at intermediate offices,
should be withdrawn from the mail
and disposed of in the samo manner as
if it had been diecovered by the post
master at the offico of mailing or the
office of delivery. But postmasters at
intermediate offices should not delay
the transmission of other mail in mak
ing special search for anything declar
ed by this act to be unmaiiable.
TIIK LAW AS REGARDS NEWSPAPERS.
8. Newspapers, pamphlets, and pub
lications of all kinds, bearing data be
fore or since tho 19th day of Septem
ber, 1890 (at which dato tho act took
effect), which contain the adveitise
ment of any lottery, gift enterprise, or
similar scheme, or tho whole or part of
the list of prizes awarded atitho draw
ings of lotteries or similiar schemes,
are, by tho provisions of this act, deni
ed carriage in tho mails or delivery to
subscribers, addresses, or to any other
porsons, or a? "sample copies." Post
masters should refuse to reoeivo them
for publishers or to deliver them i by
inadvernce they reach tho offico of, f des
tination. "When found by postmasters
in the mail in transit they should bo
held until a report concerning tbcm
can be made to tho Postmaster Gen
eral and instructions received from
him as to tho disposing of them.
9. Foreign newspapers, pamphlets
and publications of all kinds, contain
ing printed matter forbidden by the
provisions of this act, should be treat
ed as if they were publsshed in the
10. Clerks in tho Railway Hail
Servioe discovering matter the carriage
of which is forbidden by tho provisions
of this act, should withdraw it and for
ward it to their respoctivo division
superintendents. Division superinten
dents should treat such matter in the
same manner as postmasters are here
in iustruoled to treat it.
11. Tho term "lottery," as used in
this act, embraces all kinds of schemes,
general or local, for tho distribution of
Enzes uy lot or cnance, suon as gut ex
'tuitions, enterprises, concerts, raffles
or tho drawing of prizes in money or
property at fairs. Ilence, letters,
postal cards, and circulars concerning
B . F. Savits,
Tin Roofing a Specialty.
KSTiMATKS FURNISHED ON
ALL WORK IN HIS LINE.
First door Bloomsburg Opera Ilonse
wonderful Hh Producer.
Mny hTe gained one poumd
- A.w ViW I TlfUL.
BootVs Emulsion It no -
x- T nnU!n ihm nllmulM-
IT ot tha Hrvophos
pflte. ind pare Norwegian Ood
j rut St.- onTnlv 01 DOtB
fcyPtysiolanfl aU erer tho world.
PALATABLE At till.
laid tm all XhvaoUto.
ODTT A IOWNIi OhemUU, M.Y.
"Boss wouldn't blanket him !n
the stable. Said it wasn't no use."
FREE Get from your dealer free, the
4 Book. It has handsome pictures and
valuable Information about horses.
Two or three dollars for a sa Horse
Blanket will make your hone worth mora
and cat less to keep warm.
5A Five Mile
5A Boss Stable
5A Extra Test
KO nttier stvlea at prices to suit eTery.
body. If you can't get them from your
dealer, write us.
ARE THE STRONGEST.
NOKC GENUINE WITHOUTTHI (VA LABEL
Manurd by Wh. atexs tsoys. I'hllada., wtuj
maio the famous Horee Brand Biter Blankim.
1 PACKAGE A
Mark l on
In the world.
FORTHE CURE OF
ONCE A WEEK I
Othr days wash thm
8P0NBE AND WATER.
EVERY Counting Room,
tVtnY Carriage uwrier
EVERY Thrifty Mechanic
EVERY Body able to hold a brush
Will OLD l" I YrniM
Witt (mta Tiw
Wiu. Tm on Bunm
WiLk.BAIM B.OV-ai OAOH
WOUT auwuBi roaawpaia.
READY i'OB 8DI0IDB.
HE D1HN T MIND DYING, HUT COULD T
STAND A BROKEN NOSE.
About 10 o'clock tho other night a
watohman at the foot ol Uriawold
street saw a man aoting so qaeorly
that he approached and demanded
what he was dome there.
"Gowk to jump into tfco river, was
I tho reply.
Tea, right here,"
"Nothing to live for."
"See hero," said tho watohman, as
tho man neeled off his coat, "1 wish
you would do me a favor. I never hit
a man a good hard pnnoh in my life.
If von aro bound to bo in 1 wish you
would stand with' your heels on the
edgo of the wharf and let mo swing
my ngnt on your nose.
"Wot it 1 know mvaeu 1 won't, -
"Bat whvt You micht fls well be
found drowned with a broken nose as
a whole one."
"I allow no one to punch my noso if
I can help it. '
"Well, you are a mignty particular
"And you are a mighty mean one.
"Don't sass mel
"And don't vou rnb against mel"
And after holding himself rady for
a row for a couple, of minutes the
strancer out on his ooat and saunt
ered off. savinc that tho man who
tou oil ed his noso had better taoklo
six-foot buzz saw. Detroit Free
HIS SYMPATHETIC NATURE AND HIS EAUI.Y
Happiness Dot Dependent Upon Wealth.
Tlicro aro rich women whoBo llvm
would havo been happier in nil Prob
ability had thoy been poort they hau
cneruv. oaiiaollv. induttrv. and could
have supported ttiomsclvos honestly
and usofullyi but now those faoultlcs
are ail absorbed iti uiocuort 10 uo just
stewards of what is given thom. Thoy
spnd Bparingly on thcmfolvcs and
munificently on others) but tho lavish-
ncss costs harder work tban tho econo
my. They conaumo uavs in tno oaro
01 institutions or tno ouiuanoo oi inui-
viuuals: they nover take a holiday) they
lie nwake at nlcht wondcrinir if they
havo done rinhtly in paying tbo tine
Mid costs of John Jones, and giving
him his tenth opportunity to keep out
of tail and beat bis children! or I
whenthet the world is to bo benefited,
on tho whole, by tho Combined Insti
tutions for Supplying Pennies to tho I
IVnuiless. While thoy Beem to ho
only "in tho swim'' of society, nnd are
r 1 1.!
buttorfiioD, they aro in reality ivi rklng
harder than any Inismresman, and aro
unable to lay aside their cares, as ho
often does, on dosing (ho doors of the
counting-room, the poor think of all
tbo beautiful tastes which thoy cannot
cratlfiy. but whtoh thoy could frcoly
carry out wcro they only rich. But
tho rich meanwhile aro sometimes envy
ing tho poor, who havo none Of tho
cares of stewardship, and can epnd
their sparo hours, when earned, as thoy
please. I once went with a young girl
who had been economically enjoying a
summer's outing on tho eea-shoro to
call upon a woman moro generally en
vied, perhaps, tban any one in her own
familiar ctrclc. oho had wealth, beau
ty, immense personal popularity, oon-1
soiontious activity in a hundred ways, I
and a touoh of genius In art. "What
havo you been doing this yacationf '
she said to her young visitor. "Sketch
ing, was tho answer. "Happy girir
said her hosteBS. "I havo been only
able to get one morning a sketching
this season." T. W. Hiooinbon, iu
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
TRUTHS FOR THE SICK.
tor thnao tlcntlilv
I Unions HnclUiicwnil
Ion 8 li Lfi l U It IllTTKltt
l)n vmi biiOlt wltli
1th dt tired ft ml bIIroiic
fcellnfr; if no, utc
111 win euro you,
rillllt IMTTEIIS U
! closely conAnctl in
thn mills una worfc
not procuro sufflclent
oxcrclsp. anil till who
am ronnncu in aoorp.
Hrmns. They will!
not then bo weak and!
Clrjinun Ihh Tlllntotl
" Iblooil when you nee
us impuniioi mirBi-
nfrinroiifta tno fkiii
mil Bores, llcly onl
ind licnlth will lol
If you do not wish
to tutxorf rom Ithoum
Atlem, uo n tmttlo oil
It never falls tornro
lou't ho without n
lmttle. Try It: you
w in not rvsrn fc iu
tfldlua lu ileltcatc
hcAlIli, who fire nil
run down, BhonM use
will euro i.iveruom.
nlnlnt Don't lo (Us
will build you up and
mnko you etrongand
will tnftko your blood
inti yourucsn nam
Trv hULfiiuit Hit-
re its to.nlirlit. and
iron will sleep well
inn ivvi iK-urr Torn.
T "DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA &
r. 11. r. u.
INORTnCUBIHUND ...1 8 40 1 W
Cameron. its ...
uanTiuo . out 11
Calawlssa t iss ....
liupcrt , e so so
uioomsdurg .....".... est ass
Kspjr. 1 S 41
I J me ltli5(fa.. ,,,, cm ....
niiiowuroTa.u riot ....
Ilrlarcrrek.i tt$ ....
llerwlck..... Tos 2 69
uracil Haven T 11 ....
lllcK'a Ferry 7 is ....
MhlckBhlnuy 7 80 8 20
UUQIOCK'B..... 743 ....
Nantlcokc, 7 to 8 30
Avoudalo TM ....
rirmouth 7 r.o a m
I l'lymouth Junction 801 ....
Kingston 8 0S 8 58
iucniieiu.HM .. 01s ....
Maltoy gi7 ..
Wromlng 8 21 4 01
ntw. I'lllBlon 827 4 00
llttaton. SSI 4 11
Lackawanna 8 40
Tarlorrllle 843 ......
1 1WU0VU0. im ....
I SOBANTON ., 8 00 4 29
10 00 618
10 18 8 80
11) ID ,
1018 8 41
10 4-1 6 68
10 80 7 05
10 87 719
11 08 7 20
II 1! T !7
11 18 781
11 SO 7 31
11 21 7 41
1184 7 4U
11 88 7 88
1149 8 08
12 Od 8 24
12 10 8 23
1918 8 83
1120 8 84
19 27 8 4S
12 81 8 49
12 38 9 53
12 40 8(1
12 45 9 03
1283 9 09
1 01 17
1 09 9 tS
1 19 9 80
1 20 9 S3 I
r. ic. r. m
Do tou want tho Ix-et Jle1ilc.1l Work rubllfhe-l ?
Bend 8 2-rent stamps to A. I. OltmvAr & Co.,
Uoeton, Wne., anil rcceWo a copy, free.
To nn coat iTonria tb oi.d l(Ino mtMl
b. mora ttin a pnrcktlT. To b.
man.nt. It mail eobtala
Tonic, Alterative and
Vntfa Pill. DA... th.i. nn.lltlM la
n eminent ueare., and
t thm boweU th.lr ii.tdul p.rlataltla
aotten, to .ntlsl t racalarltjr.
BCR1KTON 8 10
TarloiTllle s to
1 i.ackawanna..... 823
Flttston. e s
west, liitRton. 8 41
Maltcy 6 81
iieoueiu. .....4..... 6 63
Klnirston e 53
l'lymouth Junction. 70s
riymouth 7 10
Nantlcoke 7 19
Hunlock'B 7 98
I Hlilckstilnny 781
1 uick'a Ferry. 7 65
Beach Haven 8 01
Urtar Creek. 813
VVI110W OrOTO, , 816
Bspy. v.. 8 26
liloomsburg 8 32
Rupert , 8 37
Oatawlssa '. B42
Cameron 9 07
Northumberland 9 22
r. m. r.n
x, u. r. 11. r. u
FOR THE LAST
IT IS A SATISFACTION TO KNOW THAT THE
Clothing 1 Establishment
Still leads in the Latest Styles,
Still leads in the Largest Stock,
Still leads in the Latest Novelties.
(VITALLY WEAK), .dMtTUo mmppiImiiii U
bitiaiiiOT inofi HWrtf meniai ii
nir 11 u li" 11
nCAl ITICn KXHAIHTIOV WAbTIU H I i K R KMIl, IH
or tod f i Mvcr menUI atrmla or grUf tlKXllit
iddi llrc.or f iciau eniraettta in onin.
iuk in naiu hkuiui.bukuii.iti or
VOLliiTlDV tOSUUbkiliLY'itllV l TtOlfcO ud 10-
LK A (it. I) 1 Ittk or Tin, vif or,na irogia,wiin muu orgBBi
mMlredm4knet prcmMKroIr la pproteblni old (.
WHEN WE SAY CURE?tf'jfi
them, and newepaoere, pampblets, and
other publications "containing advertuo
mcnta of them, aro oumailablo.
12. Tho provisions of Section 3929,
relating to registered letters and of
Section 4041, relating to money orders
(both of which sections aro ect out in
full in tbo preceding copy of tho act),
apply to such matter at offices of de
livery only, and aro to bo" enforced up
on tho direct orders of Iho FoBtmsster
13. Postmasters and other postal J. R, SMITH & CO
officials and employees aro expoctcd to
bo dilicrent in oarrvins out tho forgo
ing instructions for "tho enforce mont of
the provisions ot tnis act.
TO I A I ll ' IKMILITULI flUl.
I Klflbm nf,, 7kif r eld, nffcrlBf rm tbl,
NTfiJaI trvHfcl lbulen4UeJI44rffiM wtMOfirBllh
amaLL.B.tabaiur.il. tbkl w mil isov thj traeon4Ul,l
rMh e4J d4 prrc utdietBt M ctttl m prtmpt sfft.
UkMd laXrv rrk(arurll Mn t St. LJ),f ff,r
Bit iUin to l eurtd br Ik clbri,t4 I'utllu TrekUBtnl,
THE n All HI If Ktmtui bUn itiTE. un,muii
no BUVTTWAW RTH1TET. NEW TOH1T.
"On AU-Hallows Eve," says William
Black, "thoro is one form of inoanta
tation which is known to bo extremely
nay, terribly potent, when all others
havo failed. You tro out by your self,
taking a handful of hemp-seed with
you. You gat to a seoluded place, and
bgoin to scatter tho seed as you walk
along the road. You say, 'jlemp-seod,
I sow thee; hemp-seed, I sow thee,'
be who is to be my true lovo, appear
now and show thee.1 And if you look
furtively over your shoulder you will
behold tho dosired appirition follow
ing you." Mr. Black will contribute
to Warper's Magazine for November
a story, ontitled "A Halloween Wrath,
which is based upon tbo supposed
oooult influences that aro abroad at this
time Several illustrations from draw
ing by W. Small will add to the in.
terest of tho story.
Uj tne following wellknoira m&kerit
Hallet & Dnvia.
Pupil Pleaso, what do thoy make
castor oil out oft
Teacher the castor bean.
Pnnll Then, do thoy make lima oil
out of the lima beaalritUourff
Can also furnish any of the
cheaper makea at manufacturers
prices. Do not buy a piano do
lore getting our prices.
- Catalogue and Price lasts
Those who saw much of Abraham
Lincoln during the later years of his
life, wcro greatly impressed with the
expression of profound melancholy his
face always wore in repose.
Mr. Lincoln was of a peculiarly sym
pathetic and kindly nature. These
strong characteristics influenced, very
happily, as it proved, ma entire political
career. Tboy would not seem, at nrsi
glance, to be efficient aids to political
success; but in the peculiar emergency
which Lincoln, in the providence of
God, was called to rneot, no vessel of
common clay could possibly nave De
come the "onosen of the Lord"
Tboso acquainted with him from
boyhood knew that early griefs tinged
his wholo life with sadness. His part
ner in the grocery busincs at Salem
was "Uncle" Billy Green, of Tallula,
111., who used at niabt, when the ens
tomers were few, to hold the grammar
while Lincoln recited his lesson.
It wan his svmnathelio ear Lmooln
told the story of hislove for sweet Aon
Hutlidgei and ho, in return, oiterea
what comfort he could when poo Ann
died, and Lincoln's great heart t early
"After Ann died,'' eays "Uncle" Billy
"on etormy nights, whcn!the wind blew
the rain against the roof, Abo would
sit tbar in the crocery, his elbows on
his knees, his faco in his haude, and
the tears runin' throuoh his fingers. I
hated to see him feel bad, and' I'd say.
'Abe don t crv : an he'd look up an
say '1 can't holp it, Bill, the rain's fallin
Thero are many who can sympathise
with this overpowering grief, as they
think of a lost loved one, when ''the
rain's a fallin' on her," What adds
noiunanoy to tbo grief some times is
tno tnougnt mat tue lost one migni
have been saved.
Fortunate indeed, is William John
son, ot uorona, Ij. i., a uunaer, who
writes June 28. 1890: "Last February
on returning from ohuroh one night,
inv dauchler oomplain!d of having
' iT- i.i " mi ; l..n
pain iu nor uiikiu. auu iam Kiuuuauy
extended until ber entiro limb was
swollen and very painful to tho toucl
we canco a pnysicion, wno auer care
ful examination, pronounoed it disease
of the kidneys of long standing. All
we could do, did not seem to beneiit
her until we tried Warner's Safe Curej
from the first sho commenced to im-
rove. When she commenced takiniz
it she could not turn over in bed, and
could just move ber hands a little, but
to day she is as well as she ever was.
1 bellevo 1 owo the recovery ol my
daughter to its use."
Several Years ago 1 was covered with
Boils to such an extent that my life
was a misery. After trying a number
of other remedies without any bcueflt,
I was advised by a wbolosalo drngg st
ab uuiuuiuuq w liv w. ywm.va
Specifics). Ono bottlo of S. S. S. cured
mo entirely. I havo not had a Boil
sinoe. to tboso oiiuctca wun nous or
Skin Eruptions I cive tbo same advice
my wholesale druggist gate mo take
a, a. a.
Pavid Zartman, Druggist,
May 10, 1890. Independence Ohio.
a vrohpt cuhe.
I was cured sound and well of a
case of Blood Poison by S. S. S. As
toon as I diecovered I was afflicted
with tho dlseaeo I commenced taking
Swift's Bpeciflo (S. S. a.), and in a few
weeks 1 was permanently cured.
May 7, 1890. Shelby, Ohio.
Treatise on Blood anil eVln Alaeues mulled tree.
Tho United States furnished lai
year over 200,000,000 envelopes to
ltrivato business liousoa on which print
log was done free. Tbo printers of
tho country ought to havo dono this
work, realizing from 81,000,000 to
$2,000,000 from it. How long will
tho fraternity allow suoh a wrong to
continuet Would any other lino of
trede remain quicsoent under snoh
competition' And why should tho
government do a general printing bust
neaa any more tban a dry goods or
groeery bnsjneei, jPr ana Frinltr
Tbe Golden Gate Tours of the Pennsylvania
Preparations for the inaugural series
of personally conducted tours to the
Paotfio Coast, under the auspices of tbo
rennsylvama Kailroad, are progress
ing, and a detailed outline ol tneir
scope, routes, rates, and conditions will
be published at an early day. In the
meantime sufficient headway has been
mado to indicate that the lours will
surpass any similar plcasuro trips here-
tolore cnloved by tho people ot the 1
Eastern States. Tho special trains of
Pullman Vestibule, Sleeping, and
Dining Cais will exemplify tho latest
and best work of the Pullman shops.
Thoy will run through to California on
auick time, deliverimz thoir passengers
at desirable points in the Golden Slate
and picking tbcm up at the appointed
rendezvous for the return trip. Tourist
Agents and Chaperons of wido exper
ience will conduct tbo parly and min
ister to their oomfort in every possible
way. 1'ecnliarly favorable concessions
will be granted them by the railroads
of tbo Paotfio Slope, so that their move
ments may be productive ot the iuiiest
plrasore at tbe lowest cost.
These tours are tho most ambitious
attempts yet projected by tbe Pennsyl
vania personally-escorted system to
provide pleasure lours of the highest
grade, and tbe traveling publio may
depend upon securing in them tbe most
The nrst tour will leave tho nasi
late in January. It will be limited to
one hundred persons, and those who
anticipate an early spring outing to
tbe sborrs ot tbo 1'aoiho should place
themselves in correspondence nt onco
with Air. J. It, Wood, lieneral ras-
sender Aioot of tbo 1'ennBylvania
Thousands bare been permanently curod by
I'll I LA DELPHI A. 1'A. KaHA&t nnrA.no orwjatlon
or Ium of time t rotn business. Casos pronouiicnl la
curable by others wanted. bend fur Circular.
CURE GUARANTEED. omcoiirVfltia.
IfliinP frwOhlO. Here Ilk
Vllllif portrait of Mi. Oml.
Bon. of Btltm. Ohio.
ilft wrileii "Wai at work on farm for
V20 a month t I now hav an innrr,
for E. C Allan A Coa albama and Dnbll-
attoni and often maka WiM a daj,"
(Sirned) w. u.UiXBisoa.
William Kline, Iltrrlsburf,
wnwii "i nava ntttr known
anything to actl llkt your albaJk
1 atrdar I took ordtr eiioatb t
par m oM tSCi." W. J. 1.
more, Dioror, Ma., wrltm "I
urn in oraer lor your aioum ai
FroBt la often ai machaalSO
or a Bind dny'i work.
F Other art dolor aulu aa wclli
wa bava not apace to rive ei
kret rrom Ihelr Icttrn. F.rv
ena who take hold of tblajrrand tin tint plica taproot! profit.
Nlmll wc start YOU in IhU business.
reader? Writ too and Uam all about It for yoowlfc Wa
Ihacuuntrr. If vou
lake hold yon will b abl to fJck up rold fat. af-lteiul-llii
account of a foreed manufacturer a aala 1 Cfl.OOO ten
dollar I'hotOBrnph Album arato be sold toth
pru(ji ior os tKik douiiu id jwtii ,nmnn biik vcitci
rimh.Chrmlarly decorated Inaldea. llandMmett album In the
world. Larreat Sua. Oreateat barraln ever known. Areata
wanted. Liberal term. VI; money for agent. An one.rtn
berome a ucceiful rnt. Sella Itself on aifht littla ornr
ulkfnr nacetaarjr. Wherever ahown, tvrry one wants to pur
chase, Afcnt take thootanda of orders with rapidity never
before known. Ureal profile await arery worker. A rent are
etAklnr fortunes ldlemak aa mach at men. Yon, reader,
cjndeii well a anyone. Full Information and term n-e.
to tboa who wnta ror iun, with partlcalar and term for oof
i amity Dlble. Book and Periodical. After rou know all. .
abotud you conclude to ro no nrtbar, why no harm fa dona,
3 31 8 07
8 40 8 It
3 47 8 90
8 5.1 817
SST 8 81
4 03 8 35
4 23 8 62
4 23 S67
4 48 S15
8 00 9 28
515 9 43
Connections at Rupert with I'hlladelpula &
I lamsport, sunbuir. Poiuvllle, etc At NortUura.
2 45 7 12
2 50 7 16
2 53 7 ill
159 7 2S
8 23 I
6 30 I
3m 743 Is always full of the Latest and Largest Stock of Imported and
'so 765 -rs r i i . i... ir.. : l xt i ..
1 PERFECT SATISFACTION ALWAYS GUARANTEED.
, & Mm
FOR MEN ONLY!
ror juuar or FAiiar. u m&n uooo t
Qentral and NEEV0U8 LEBILITYi
Wetikneof Bodj and Kind, Effect!
of Errors or ExeeiaaafnOldor Yoana?.
nlta.t. HkhU IllhUUOlrtBllT Km in rod. Ilaw faanlarv and
ireBrlbeatTKlK.lSDi.TILOf'ltll OKGANBAPiRTSOr BODI.
aoaoiaiwr tuiis nuaa iiiuiuni-iiingii
an teUFy freaa iti fetates and rarelga fonatrlea. Writ tkaw
Ueatrtptl Beak, evplaaatlaa and prof nailed (ia4) free
-idlreu KR1E MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N. V
Ueadlog llnllroaa tor Ta man end, Tamaaua, Will-
lamsport. suaDury, PoiUvtlle. etc At Nortuum
borland with p. & a. Dlv. P. it 1L for Uarrtaburtfi
iAJv.a. utavcu, Aiuinjituui, tvurrvu. AJrry. vlui uriu.
W. P. llALSTflAD. Qen. Man.,
Philadelphia & Erie R. R. Divis
ion, and Northern Central
In enoct MAT 11. 1890. Tralna leave Banbury
9.40 a. m.. Sea Shore ExnresB (dallr eir.on
irriTins at rnuaatupnia3.i5p. m. j new Yort
1.50 D.m.: Baltimore. 3.10 d. m Waahlnt-ton
5.55 p. m., oonnecUngatFrillailelphla for all Boa
tuoiu pointa. TnroiiKn passenger eoacn to
p. m. uay isxproae
r liarnaonn? ana i
dlate stations. arrlTlnc at P n 11 a d e
1.50 v. m. : New Yorlr. 9.35 rj. m. : Baltimore
A.45 d. m. : Waanlnirton. 8.1s n. m. Parlor nar
tniougn to PbUadeiptiia and passenger coaches
i burouKaboraiiaacipaiaaaa Baltimore.
tun p. m. itenoTo Accommodation (dally
tfir TtnnMahl.rfV otf1 Bllfffamoril..nBl.fl.n. n .....
v. uu. wuu.a uuu Di.UVIUl all..
Ing at Fblladelplita 4.25 a. m. ; New York 7.10 a. m.
uaitimore. 0.13 a. m. ; waanmeton 8.30 a. m. ;
Pullman Bloeplnir cartrom Uarrlsburir to PbUadel-
phla and New Yort. pnuadelpiila passengers can
remain In sleeper uodlsturbed until 7 a. m.
1.50 a. m. uno Hall (dally) tor Harrtsbnrt? and
intermediate stations, arrvlng at Pblladelpnla
a.50 a. m. New Tors, 9.30 a. m.; Through Pullman
sitraDinif cars ana DaaaanirBr uiiaiinBa La fniiaaei.
.ou a. u.-3uabu?ra KXDraaa caiiiri rar iiarria.
burs ana intermediate stations arriving at Balti
more 1.20. a, ra. aal wtialnLrtons.45. a. ra. and
throuch Pullman Hleeplne cars to Baltimore and
Washington, and tnrougl? passenger coaches to
5.10 a. m. Erie Hall (dally), tor Brio aol a
FIFTX DOLLARS FOIt LIFE SCHOLARSHIP "H
PALMS BUSINESS COLLEGE
1700 Chestnut St.. PHILADA., PA. (BoUiBuM.)PssltlaDrornradantKti. Tlmt
Julni, lletISitlppe4. IletCoreorfclmlj. OlnmUntiwUroanini.UiIipipfit
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
(fr'&tfj-, o, C&nA(j', Fvoftpn4 noly.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Henry Maillard's Fine Candies. Fresh Every Week.
:p:E:rsr:b3-sr goods jl. speoiaittt,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
F. F. Adams & Co's. Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco.
Sole agents of the followine brands ct Cigars
Henry Clay, Londres, Normal, Indian Princess, Samson, Sirror AaL
Any order for FcstSrals will be supplied with tbe Lowest Market Prices, 9 full III I
Oralev Lemonj. ream Nxitj. 13
Bananas. TeanUls. V ninvoMi, I-
M Enrjli5h Walrrtits,
Canandalgaa acd Intermediate stations, liochea
tor. Buffalo and Niagara Falls, with throuzn Pull
manPalajeo&ra andpassengercoaohestoSrleand I
President Portorio Diaz, ol Mexico,
is a portly, bark skinoJ, Indian eyed
man, with closviy clipped blue-black
bair and a drooping mmtnohe. Ilia
voara aro nino-and (i ty, and lie is sfrv-
nig his third terra aa" president. Yet
you never see him without a emuo on
his face. He is Iron willed, and when
tbe grant to the Amerioan railroad 'in
Mexico was withheld by the parliament
or Cuncrcea Diaz wan out lakiucr a
rido- He come up into congress and
addressed them, eayintr:
"Siunors, you will either paBS this
bill or do etraicht home."
They looked a minute, and raised the I
ory ot "Jjonir live tne presidentl and
passed the bill. Frank Leslie's.
'Ilia Rarest and Beat,
Articles known to medical science are
used in preparing Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Every iacredient is carefully selected
personally examined, and only tho btst
retained. Tho medicine is prepared
under the supervieon of thoroughly
compqtent pharmacists, aud every step
in tro process ot manuiaclure is care
fully watched with a view to sicunng
in Hood's Sareaparilla the best posiblo I
9.53 News Express t dallr i (or Lock Haven I
ana imermeuiau) stations.
1.13 p. m. Niagara Express (dally except Han. I
mt) for Kane. Cana ialiruaand Intermediate sta. I
I t Ions, K -cheater, Buffalo and Niagara Falls with I
through passenger coaches to Kane and Rochester I
l aua ranor car to nauiina.
s.so p. m. Past Line (dallr except Sundarttor He-
ooto, Watklns and Intermediate stations, with I
inrougn passenger coacnea to Kenovo and watxina,
9.15 p. m. wuuamsDort Kxnross ( dallr 1 for
wuiiamsporr. ana intermediate stations.
THKouan trains poh soNniniY fhomtiihI
KABT AND SOUTU.
NewsBxores9 loaves New York. 12.15 nlzht.
Philadelphia 4.30 a. m. Uaitimore, i.33 a. m. liar,
rlstmrg, 6.10 a. m. dallr arriving at sunburn 9.53
Niagara Exnress leaves Now Yorke.20 a. m.
rblladelnhia.s.50a.m.: Waahlnirton 8 10 a. m. lial. I
iimore u.uu a. m. tuaur except minaay arriving at I
sunbury, l.iT. r.m., with through Parlor oar from I
G. 6. rOBBIflS,
Foreign and Domestic
Philadelphia andtnroughpassengerooacbeB from I
Past Line leaves New lork 8.00 a.m. ; Phlladel.
phla.li.w a. m. : Washington, 10.50 a. m. ; Haiti-
Horses, Cattle, Sheep & Hogs.
Excels anvremed for thn ranlHrii, i u,rf
Olitemptr, Sora and Weak Ejei, Lung Fever,
Costlieneif. Blotchtt. and all iUffli-.ilif.. s.i..
Ing Iron Impurities ol the Blood. Will relievo
eaves Ol once. Hanufaciurtdtytht
JOPPA MANUFACTURING CO., LYONS, N. V.
BOa SALB BY ALL DKALEBH.
Clfaiuvi aui tantiilc tha batr. I
l'ron.uti- a luiurlant crowth. I
liover Faila to Ileitor Orayl
XI air o ll loamiui v-o.or.
Curt x-ali) 0i ft hair taluiig.
fluc,anJ U'at lm?zU
more, 11.45 a. m., (dolly except Bund ay) arriving at I
SuDburr. 5 .30 p. m. wlta through pasaeDffer I
coaches from l'Mfatljlptila and Haiti mo re I
wnnasispori. jfipreaa leaves ew xors g.w p.
m. rhlladoipnia 4.25 p. m. Wash tn ton 8.33 p. m.
natumuro p. m j arriving ni. ouuDurj
l'o l'nrkrsticr;cr Tonic,
Yieik. L,ur,e.lt.Liilh.Iiid k'it
fitoT.i ajfiMuiiTliu fcliiukiliU, t-r IlIiC.JX CO., X, V.
ifntloi), rain, Take In lime. WcU.
Tfca otilf mt cur for vnmt.
'If 1 wear ray diamond Cannes
much loucrr when I ro nhoijuinr' 1
shall be ruiued," ea'd a carolul little
yife to her lord.
.'.'How boT ho abko-l.
"'iVliy," said she, ;'whf n I co to the
butcher a ho always looks at ray care
before he says bow much the meat will
post, and if he sees the diamonds be
Micks on tho extra ton or twenty cent,
1 know. Thinks he ought to get a
divUend on tho diamonds, 1 suppose.
BEST IN THE WORLD.
Xtawearlaa qualities aro unsurpassed, actually
outlastlnfr two boxes of any other brand. Not
ttectad by heat, ir G T.T Tl I II K.M 11 1 i:.
FOB BALE BY UEALER8 OENERALLY. lyr
& HEAD 1 NO
patent Variable Friction and. Belt Feed.
STKAM ENGINES, HAY PRESSES,
SHINGLE MILLS, &a.
PORTABLE GRIST MILLS.
Bend (or lUua, tukssuino micuinkj, iJ.
uaiaioguo, a. ij. rwmiuuAH j;u., tora, ra.
A passencer elevator to the summit
ot Mount lilano is proposed by an
Amerioan mining engineer. Tho shaft
is to be of eight compartments, raoh
six loct fiquaro, mienued to carry a
triple decked elevator for twenty-Btvon
When will you beoomo my wife,
'On the 29th day of February, 1801,
"But there's no suoh day.''
'That's tho siro ot it.'" New York
kd a cons a
Mitchell's Kidney Plasters
' Absorb all dlseau In tli,Kldnejs and
restore them to a bulthr condition.
Old cnronlo Udncr sufferer ssv
(ff t PO relief until the tried
J11 1, ILLIxn niinai
' 1't.lKTUIlH. '
ItoveKX jruubsr nvui sww, iwmi
Steel tackle mock
HALF TUB COST ol bolstlna saved to
BtoreKocpcrs, llutcliera, Farmera, Macli.
Iniata, llulldera, contractors and OT1I.
Cltb. Admitted to be tbe irroateat lm-
Erovements KVKIt made In tackle
locks. Frclgbt prepaid. Write (or
Fulton Iron ts Enrico Works.
Estab, isa, 10 limsh bu, Detroit, Mlo
linn nfthn I
. I,m tvnrlil. but budliu.a u.
)w tapttluf rwxlawf wtltMndrllS
Ullmti- Ublr IboM who wrH4
IbWIlt HHitn picks &t l
Ut cbinct. All rou k,t to So l
morula to abow our fooda to
Uoao who eaiU-TOUT Baifbbom
and (boa aiObbd VOU. TbO bb.
..1.. of tbta oSvartlaaiBaol
haw. lb. au.il oud of tho lalo.
KOS. U InUowlut m hi.a tbo appt.no ot II toduaodlo
rle Mall leaves New York aw D.m.: Philadel
phia, 11.25 p. m. ; Washington, 10.00 p. m, ; Haiti-
I more, 11.20 p.m., (iianv) arriving at BaiiDaryMO
it. ui., wtiu i uttiuaa diuculuk vans irom
fmiaaeipma, waanington and uaitimore and
passenger coaches (row l'nuaaeipnia and nam.
8UNIl(lltV, IIAZl.KTON aV f II.KKHBAKKK
HAII.IIUAU AMI NUIITil AMI WII8T
(Dally excoDt Hunday.l
wmcesbarro Mall leaves Hanburv 10.00 a.m.
arriving at Bloom Ferrr 10.13 a. m., Wllkea-barre
ij.iu u. in.
Esprcss East leaves BonbniT S.39 p. m., arriving
at Bloom Ferrr p. m.. Wllkes-barre i.tO p. m.
Hunoury Man leaves wi iKesoarre a. m. arnv.
I ingat uioom rerir 12.37 p. m..unDurT i.ua p.
Express Wost leaves w liken-barre 3.05 p. m., ar.
ving at uioora rerrr 1 .w p. m., DUUDury d.j p. m.
Wllkesbarre mall leaves Banbury 10:00 a. ro., ar I
riving at llloom Vvtry 10.18 a. m., WUkes-Uarre I
ix:iu a.m. i
Bandar accommodation leaves Wllkea-Iianv 0 1
p.m., arriving at uioom trorrr, s.3 p.m., oor.r-
1:30 p. ra
CI1AS. E.'1'nOII. J. It, WOOD.
uen. Manager. uen. ransenger Agt.
ON AND AFTER Bept, 5 1W0.
TRAINS LEAVE DLOOMSDUKO as follows;
ForNewYorlc.l'Ulladelphla, Keadlmr. Pottavllle
Tamaaua. etc.. boo. ii:oa a. m.
ror rviiuainsport, union and uanvllie 7:9) a. in.
9:10, ii:uu p. m.
ror ajabaniaa u w, W tijo a. w.,
6:31 D. m.
ror Hupert 6.00, 740, 11:03 a. m., U:W, :14, e:00,
TRAINS FOR JiLOOMSUUlia
Leave New rk via Philadelphia 7:45 a, m. i-M I
p. m. ana via Kaston :n a. m. has p. m.
Leave Philadelphia 10:00 a. m. 6.-00 p. m.
Iieave Heading 11:50 a. in. 7:51 p. m.
uo&vo t'oiiavute isuju p. ra.
Leave Tamaqua 1:21 a. m. 9:18 p. tn.
Leave WllUamsport 0:18 a. in. 4:15 n. m.
Leave Catawlaia 7:00 8:00 a, m,., 1:30, 3;$), 0:13
ll-JU d. m.
Leave ltupfrt :18, 7.-08, 3.08, ll:.'l a, m. I:S8, Ml,
8:W, 11:18 p.m.
For Baltimore Washington and the West via B.
& u. iu it., tnrougu irains leave iiirara Avenue
Station Phlla. (P. & It. 1L ID 4:! 6. 8:10. U:x7 a.' m.
l:si, ASi, o:to. T.a p. iu. eunaays i:lo, B.tK, ll:Jl
a. Ui., t jtit 0:10, t;s4 p. m.
ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION.
Leave Philadelphia, Pier 7, chestnut Street I
tYuarr, ana douvq oirwt vvnari:
roa athntio CUT.
Wc?lc days Eipreaa, .00, a. m. 2:00, 4.00,
Aocomraodatlon. 8.00 a. m. 5.00. a. m
Bundaraltxprea, .oo, a. m, Acvommo-
dauon s:uu a. m. ana v.vi p. m,
KITOUHINa, LIATI ATHNTIO CITT,
In pnrcbasing boui-o hold necesHilies. it is wise always to select that whioh
is the best, it will be the cheapest in the end. A good article is always a
iurce of pleasure. J. SALTZKIt has won a wido reputation for sellinc cood
goods at low prices. Ho buys direct from tho manufacturers, and can sell first
class goods cheaper than can be obtained elsewhere. Here aro some of tho
articles and prices :
Ettey Piano, $350 to SCO.
Sleek, $375 to 600.
It. M. Uent & Co., S250 to $400.
Brown & Simpson, 250 to $100.
Rttr-y Organs, $!90 to $175.
Miller organs, $75 to S15U.
United Stites orgaiif, Si 25 to $175.
Chicago Cottage organ, S90 to $140
Worcei-tcr organs, $75 to $150.
ParN organs, $60 lo $100.
Cilebrateil White Sewincj Machines $
New Dotncslio Sowing Machines, $35
Sowing Machines of three grades, made
by tho New Homo Sowing machino Co., 3
diawer drop loaf, all attachments, from
$19.50 to $00.
,,:i0 8:00 Royal St. John, 30 upwards,
Standard Rotary, $40 upwards.
New Home, $30 upwards.
IIavo received tho aconov for the Boosev
Distin Cornet, tho best cornet in tho world.
A good assortment of violins, guitars, banjos,
accordcons, drums flutes, flfes'and all kinds
of musical instruments. Tha best of strings
for violins, guitars, banjos, violinoello, and
baas violins. Agent for liutterick's patterns,
pattern-book and fashion shoots.
liiaar lo nor. Wo artU olio afcow bow I JO
11a iAMflaa.da ollaut.froaotboaurt.wltb.
bOdi., 11. u.ii-. 1 a w ww , .
.K.t tbo flftlaOi
u... ulmtll li
NEBS k KM! HCIlIt COIII;
SlltlllRSt. WblaDOro haard. Coua.
.k....il u..uiiM ui. b.ii b, r. uiHnix.
solj, HI BVa.aj, , lorb. wrllo far book of roota rass.
Depot corner Atlantic and Arkansas Avenues 1
Weekdays axprcas, T:80, 11.00, a. m. and
4iu. u. in. Accommoaation. s:ufi a. in.
I and 4:31 n. m.
I Sundays Express. 4:00, p. m. Accommo-
uatiutiy tiov a. iu auu o:ev y. ui.
a a. HANCOCK.
a. A. McLEOD, Om't. Ami, Agent.
nra. av uo-rt i. juuiuyri ,
H5 Mid 0U WUk
tUtMa UMr 4JU4 .Ml
-..tl imu' ai.iM.wlUi rtva
lit t JUj V(Ja,
AJtlsiT iU UCIU fUtV
.lkar aalth star Xumu slslsT raj
11 ova LlVal aAl-k. t Mli
lTr. t-U tiUf rM W
tkm U you M b M waiM tut wmk4m UOit
4sbj mi kMi -oud, ibfUMMrMf Hf-i T-
IPP & PODMOItK.
OsTiBiionT IlmuiiNo, Wll-tsbarrc, Pa,
Ilrancli Offlco. llloomebtirtrt l'a.. with
J no. M. Otiiuc, Att'y, & Counsellcr.
GET TIIK COLUMBIAN,
$1 00 A YEAIt
voatsand Trade Marks obtalned.anu all Paten t
I BlUvlSUUULIUUlUUlUr3lwLJUI(l JE ITiSlhO.
ouit ofrius is orr isitb u. s. patrvt
ukfick. Wo tiave no sub-agenoles, all business
Irect, lience oan transact patent business In less
luioauu 111 bbaa uusi buau ouoso remoteirom
Hend model, drawing, or photo, with description.
We adTlse It natentable or not. free ot chartrn
Onr foe not due till natent Is secured.
A pook,"llow- to Obtain l'aU'nts,"wlth ref ereneei
uactuiat uucoiaia yoar Diaio, ooantx, or town,
dntfrna. AiMrRsa ' '
Pianos, organH anJ Bewinc machines sold on month v navments. A lie
discount for cash.
Do not lend r-Nowhere, but call and see the stock of vonr homo dealer.
who is alwajs with you, and 0 in gtvo you any information or instruction upon
any instrument you may purchase.
c. a. snow & co., BLOOLVISBUIl O