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COLUMBIAN AND DEMOuEaT. BLOOMSBUltG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, TA.
How Jealousy Acts Upon the
CASE OP SA1U1I ANN Sl'MULLKN.
Bhe Throw Tito Children from n llrldg-e
Deenme Sho Hated the Mother of Ono
of Tlicni IMrlil Greevcr'i Fate The
There Is n, word to conjttro with n word
to call up tho active and mnllgnnrit glicxrU
SAIUII AHTf M MULLEN.
Beprwluooil from Tho Buffalo Express.
of every evil thought or thlun that over
brought anguish to tho brain of a wronged
or orercrcuulons tinman bring.
Bometlniea it culminates in mnrder;
BOinetimes In scandalous litigation. Often
It is causeless, but in Ukj larger number of
instances H Is based upon tho shamofnl
foundation of detected wrongdoing.
The BtratiRest and most shocking case
of jealousy that has come to public notice
In recent days Is that of Sarah Ann Mo
Mullen, n girl 17 years of ago, residing nt
Akron, N. V. It seems that this young
woman, whoso occupation was that of a
domestic servant, had conceived a wild,
unreasoning and unreciprocated passion
for her employer, n man of the name of
Conners. This passion took the active and
Insane form of Jealousy of Mrs. Conners,
and to show her hatred of her unoffending
mistress tho McMullon girl one day not
long ago beguiled to n trestle bridge Mrs.
Conners' daughter Ella, aged 11, and her
little playmate, Delia Brown, aged 0.
It is not known that she had any grudge
against the Brown girl, who seems to have
been tho chnnco victim of a crazy woman's
freak, but be that as it may, Miss McMul
Ien, after enticing tho children to the cen
tral part of the trestle, throw them to the
bed of the creek, soventy feet below. She
then returned to tho village, bode good-by
to her friends and going to another bridge
Jumped off with suicidal intent. Her con
tact with cold water evidently brought ber
to her senses.
At any rate, sho called for help and was
rescued unharmed. The Conners girl was
killed by her terrible fall, but, remarkable
to relate, tho Brown child received no in-
D. A. ORBEVKC CTJABLE3 CLIFTOIU).
Jury save from shock. It is almost super
fluous to add that Miss MeMullen is now a
urisoner charcod with murder.
Equally traglo Is tho case reported from
Kansas City. David A. Greever was a
wealthynnd well known stockman of that
place who hod figured of late in various
sensational proceedings, chief among
which was a divorce suit Instituted by his
One afternoon recently he went to the
Hotel Andrews and entered the apart
ments occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Cuarles
Clifford. Mrs. Clifford was nlono at tho
time, and, as Bho declares, received insult
ing propositions from her visitor. While
tho two were engaged In excited conversa
tion Mr. Clifford entered and attacked
Greever. Tho latter ran Into the hall, fol
lowed by the lrato husband, who fired
three shots at tho fleeing stockman, all of
which reached their mark, and from whose
effects Mr. Groover soon afterward died.
The Cliffords hnvo been held by a coro
ner's jury on a ehargo of murder, and it I
will remain for a trial to decide whether
the killing was inspired by jealous wroth
or was the culmination of a ratile attempt
at blackmail. Mrs. Clifford's story of tho
tragic affair, as told by her to a reporter
for ono of the Kansas City papers, has
somo dramatlo touches about it. Sho
claims that while sitting by tho window
reading there was a knock at tho door and
she told "Come in." Mr. Groover, to wham
she had been introduced by Mrs. Boll, tho
landlady, and whom she nod met several
times at the table, entered, and throwing
mrs. cilaiius curvonD.
bis hat and overcoat on tho lounge, stepped
np close to ber.
"Whv.-Mr. Groover." sho exclaimed,
"whom do you wish to soo, Mr. Clifford or
.11 . .. nm. r .1 .tnnn ' ' clir. MIT,
I tlullli tJ OW f VU, ...VJU, www -"-J "
bo replied, and added, "I've beeu waiting
to see you for some tlmo."
"Go away," she told htm, "for my hus
band may come In any minute."
"I don't care for your husband," he re
plied; "I am as big as you and him put to
gether." Suddenly there waa footstep In the hall
outside and a hand tried the door knob.
Mrs. Clifford beliovod It was Iter 4-yeor-oM
boy, and was not undeceived till
ad beard a steD on tho balcony outside the
open window, and tho next Instant her
iioaband leaped into the room.
"Why," she says bo exclalmod. "Is this
the way you treat mo when I am awayf
Belle, who's that manr'
"Don't accuse me, Charley, before you
bear it nil," Bhe answered. This man
nuna into mv room and locked the door."
Before she had flnishod her explanation
Groover had grappled with Iter husband,
who was trying to draw a pistol, but tho
bitter was too quick and fired a shot, whea
Groover unlocked tho door and darted into
Oin hall, close! v followed by Clifford, pistol
In hand. JIo fired twice moro at the flee
big man, while being held by Bartender
Vafiin. Mrs. Clifford sank Into a rookar,
1 1 .111 ... 1, . . Iinokalid rO.
entered, and then she explained to him
OOW lireewr cams into ute rtxMii.
still talkinc to him," she said,
Viton a policeman came and Charley gave
htm his pistol and surrendered and was
tnJtfi. awav. I don't know how bad that
mau is shot, but I hope he will die; he de
serves to for acting toward me as he did.
Why, I didn't know 1dm at all, only as a
boarder, Mrs. Hall introduced him to ras
tu her room, and in tho two weeks we have
been hero 1 met him only nt incai ume.--
Tbo scene nt Oreovort i deatibed i was
wrrowful one. Uy his mcwboou vne wus
.-.mi fn i rirux ttv nia nriH kumju uia wiio
from whom bo had Dean emrancea wmn
no maoa uto iuuuwiuu iiuio-iuuriu r -
This was a blackmailing scheme. I
drove up to tlio Hotel Andrews this alter-
pooa with CeorRB ICoeJc or Uio Jflsh et
lUsck. Commlsslou comjeaiiy, and Vtsd
ftttntcr. We went Into tho saloon and
federal sotne cocktails. Then I wont tip
ftata Into the hotel whOo the two mm
fnr mi T aniaiail f ii rn Itf it "
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too proprietress ortne House, una wan act
in, andlthoro saw Mrs. Clifford, wire ol
the man who shot mo. I asked Mrs. Clif
ford where Mrs. Ilall was, and she said
she was out and asked me to come in and
have a seat.
Kl EXXIUXTTA. BRIXCKKItnOTT.
"I did so. We talked for a few minntes,
and I then started to go a war. When she
insisted upon my staring I said, 'No; mjr
thne is up, and 1 must ro.' Just then
Clifford stepped Into the open window, re
volver In hand, and said, Ton
, throw up your hsndsf I said, 'No, I
won't throw up my hands..' Clifford then
fired the shot which struek me in tho back,
and fired four other shots. I think the
whole thing was a blackmailing scheme
planned by a man named Charles Fagin
and another named Smith. I can account
for it in no other way except that they
wished to get monoy out of me."
It now remains, as said before, for the
courts to decide whether Clifford's mnr
derons net was that of an insanely jealous
husband or of a baffled blackmailer.
A snit for divorce, apparently the result
of mutual distrust and lack of domestic
harmony, is now pending in New York
dty. The plaintiff is Mrs. Henrietta
Brinckarhoft, who seeks her freedom on
l statutory grounds. Iler husband. Daniel
D. Brinekerhoff, has recently filed aa an
nrsr to his wife's sworn charges, In which
1 he accuses her ot the most shocking mis
I conduct. If half the allegations advanced
.by either party to the salt are proven when
the case comes to trial the affair will ob
ttain permanent fame in the records of
A JIoeln.Tnmsad Xtog.
Hallway Jack" was only a dog. Yet
his death the other day at the Rood old
J age for a dog ot U years excited much
attention, for "Jack" was a noted traveler,
and had interested many. Ills owner was
Mr, F. G. Moore, a statlonmaster at Lewes,
England, and after the dog had token a
few trips on tho rail lie became passionate
ly fond of it, and would travel far, always
returning to his master, however. All the
railroad men knew him and gave him free
passage, and Lady Brassey was so interest
ed in him that she introduced him to the
Prince and Princess of, Wales and other
notabilities, lie possessed three "presen
tation" collars and a silver medal, and was
a universal favorite with railroaders.
Weary of the World.
Suicide seems to be temporarily epidemic
in Europe. Trom Et Petersburg there
comes a thrilling story of a professor of
baadldne who took poison in the very act
of lecturing to his class; while in Paris the
daily number of cases of self murder is
said to range from twelve to eighteen.
Nor is there forthcoming any scientific ex
planation of the phenomenon of tho sort in
which the late Mr. Buckle took delight.
In the spring Parisians who are tired of
Ufa mostly drown themselves in the Seine;
in' the autumn they prefer to asphyxiate
themselves by means of charcoal fumes.
That U all the statisticians have to tell us.
What is the real cause of this alarming
predisposition to Belt murder whether it
is due to religious doubts and difficulties,
to compulsory military service, or to the
wetness of tho so called summer of 1830 in
Europe is a question which for the pres
ant remains unanswered.
OOLUUBIAOOUNTT TBAOHEHS' 1B8TI-
Tho next annual. Teaohera' Institute
of Columbia County will ho held in tho
Upeia House, at liloom-uurtr, la,
obmmencing Monday, December lfitb,
at i.uu r. xu ami closing l' riday noon,
Hon. D. J. Waller. Jr.. ount. of
Publio Instruction, Address; Dr. Jer
ome Alleu, of Now York City, History
school Uoverhment, I'svohology; Prof.
ftl. U. Urumbauib, of Hunt ncdon.Pa.
Instructloni Sunt. J. S. Walton of
Vr;)A,n p. Tout . TJ.f T T
Welsh, of Bloomsburg, l'a. Instruction;
Mrs. Alma Sager Welsh, of Blooms
burg, I'a. Headinct Mies Amelia Arm
I Strong, of liloomsburg, Fa. Tho Object
01 uur woric Urowtnj jsiibs Alildrea
K nlrr. nf lilnmnalinrrr l'rt f4trmnnfiltr.a.
Prof. Wm, Noetling. of Bloorasburg,
1 l'a. mho Keiatlon ot l'syobology to
ToaobirjL'i Prof. J. Goo. Beclit, of
Munoy, Pa. History! Prof. Hahib Ged
die, oi Northumberland, Pa- Instruo-
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Prof E T Uichardson, ofBerwffl
Pa. Color Teaohinci Prof O. II. Al-
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Musio Director and Soloist.
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tho oolirso of lectures.
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12, Teachers can enroll nny limo
after 0.30 n. in. Decembor 15.
Itio law no iv requires all sohools to
bo oloaed during Instiiuto Wouk, and
also provtuis mat the leacnors must bo
paid for time actually spent in at
lendmco at tho institute. Every
teacher is expected to bo present tho
entiro week. To roceivo pay for Mon
day teachers must bo present Monday
The Address of Weloomo will be de
livered by Itov. D. J. Waller, Sr. at
i.au p. m.
HernonBcs by Prof. J. V, llarklns.
John It. Townsend, Esq. and Prof. G.
. Thursday is named as Directors'
Day. It is desired that every school
board in tho county bo woll represent'
rd. DireotorB will please moot in tho
new publio sohco'. bnilding, Blootnburg
Thursday, December 18tb, at 9.30 a.
m. where tho lollowmg Bubjects win
"How to eccuro and retain moro
first class professional teachers 1" J.
Iv. Bitteubender ; "The demands of tho
schools in tho rural districts," G. Y.
Mourey ; "Datics of School Directors
to protect and carofortchool properly,"
Samuel Hidlay ; "Tho duties' of School
D.rcctors respecting School Hygiene,"
T.J Swisber, M. D.
All are invited to tako pait in the
discussions. In tho afternoon a joint
meeting of Teachers and Directors
will bo held in the Opera House where
addresses will be delivered by Hon. C.
G. Murphy, James C. Bro'wn, Esq ,
Dr. Jerome Allen, and Supt. J. 3.
A cordial invitation is extended to
all to attend tho sessions of tho insti
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I am now 28 ears old, and from
tbo timo I was seven years of age until
1885. 1 suffered with a severe case Of
Scrofula. Daring this time I took
every known remedy, .but to no pur
pose. My tatho- took mo to .North
Uaroiini, wnero 1 was put under the
treatment of an eminent physician
1 no medicines given me bad only a I
temporary effect, for shortly sfter my
return the scrofula broke out in a moro
malignant form, and I was worso off
than ever before. In 1885 I discontinu
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menced taking Swift s Specific (S. s. a.
I took a number of bottles and it cured
me. I haVe been free f torn Scrofula
from that time until now.
T. A. Sizemoue, Piedmont, S. C.
RESTORED IIKR HEALTH.
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MBS. GLADSTONE'S K1HDKES8-
HOW TI1K GREAT STATESMtNS WIFE
TREATED A I'RKTTy AMERICAN OlRt..
A pretty American girl recently
called upon Mrs. Gladstone at her Lon
don1 home. She carried a moBt favor
able letUrof introduction as a mem
ber of a well-known American family.
Her brigutnes and sparkle attracted
tno wife of thq great' linclisli states
man, and for an entire afternoon and
ovoning Bbo lived in tho Gladstone
household. She confessed to Mrt.
uiaditouo mat nor visit nau a purpose
that of writing an article on luo nome
Hfe of her hostess for aa American
Uut, my dear, said flirt". Uiadstone,
'your people are interested in Mr.
Gladatono; they do not know me.''
'inat is lust why 1 camo, repl.ed
the girl, "iu order that Am6'rioans may
learn a littlo-moro of ynu."
At tno tea table, Air. Uladstone
joined with his wife in entertaining the
Amunoan giri, and low were ever
given a hotter opportunity of seeing
tho uiadstone ncme-itre.
The quiet part which Mrs. Glad
stono has plajcd in tho career of her
famous husband is known to only n
few. While thousands of articles haye
been written of Mr. Gladstone, none of
an authoritative character huvo been
printed of his wife. Even her por
I trait is seldom seen in tho
I shops ; rarely in tno prints.
(ilutnfa fnlr thnt nnlilwi itiloroot in Vinr
.w.. . r -
own country and aoroea tbo eea was
centred in ber husband, and in order I
that his creatncBA rnifilit stand out
moro stnkwcly, eue has taoh year fur
ther retired from pulilio view. A
froehncis will, therefore, attach itself
to tho story "A Day with Mr. Glad
stone," as it will be told by her bright I
XunS n. J. Ji0
Journal, of Philadelphia, daring tho
oomini! year. Tbis article will be ono
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lutvihirteia ahead of Ton In vonr Dart of thocoutitrv. If von
take Ituld ou will ba abla to pick up rold fast. 07ICiMit-
tin account of a forced manufacturer e ule iS.,OOIr let,
ttolliir lhotoiiritli Alhiima aroto baaolrl tntbe
K-uple for 19 each, ltuund In Horel Crlman Bilk Vctm
lu.b. Chemilnrlr decorated lo.ldee. II.Bdeome.t album. In the
world. Larrcet Site. Oreatett batraln, ever known. Arcnlt
wanted. Liberal terma. Sir mnnevfiir aecat.. 1b, .nan.
,beceri- a auccea.lUl eeenL Belle lleelf on eight little, or ac
'talking iterreearr. Wherever abown. eecry one wante to liur.
ehaee. Agrnle take thoo.ande of ordere wllb rapidity neeer
befirfckuown. Ureal proSle await eeery worker. Agenls ara
making fununea. tedletmeke at much at men. You, reader,
et n do ee well aa any one. full Information and term. Tree?,
to lane, who write for earae, with partlcalarB and tcrmeforoar
caiiir uiuica, uooae ana renoaicaie. Alter Tou know all.
.(MUdoa eonclnue to go no further, woe no barm la doaa.
Addreae ic . ALLKS A 00, AcouaTA. XAUta
.-l.J salesmen (or our Cholco Nursery
allljCUstock. Salary and expenses or
commission paid. Fine outllts. Low prices
V. ClikeaCO., Nurserymen, Koohester, NY I
lUt the Morltl. Our tacUitiaaara
unmmvliHl. and to introdueaout
uperior Kooda wawill aandrtts
to ore ijtKSOW tn each locality
) aaabova. Only thoao who writa
m too at oncaran tnaka aura ot
H lha cbanta. AUyoahaTatodola
e return la to ahow onr (ooda U
tboia who call your nelRhbora
and thoaa around yon. The bo
"rtnnlajr of tbla adtertiaetnent
i.Mi tha email and of the lala
aeop. TUt foUowtnf cot tfrt Ik appaaranea of U radactd la
about tba fiftlatb part of Itabolk. It U a trend, double alia tela,
eopf.aalarfoaa iaaaiy to carry. Wa wUleleoehow yon how you
ran ntaka rroin 93 to til 1 0 a day at Heat, from tka al4Jt,witb-
tat etperUace. Hatter write at once. e pay ai
JUJi, U. IULLKTT CU Boi H HO, 0
up it it h. urn iflitrt tDatrito
I I'eck'i INVISlliLK TUSULAI IAI
f UiUifllt. WhlJMrfl be&nL Com.
fartabla. h.Mt.rel where all Cawadleerall. Seldky t. Ill SCO I
Mly, tJHlJr'ana.keirlerlu VTrHefer aek ef freotariUJU
12 5 d4t.
IPP & FODMORK.
Ostkeuout Duildinq, Wllkesbarrc, Pa.
Rrarjcli Office, nioomsburc, Pa., with
Jko. M. CLAitK, Att'y. i& Counsellcr.
PENSIONS FOR ALL.
TUB OLD KELIA1ILK AGESOY.
WB NKVKK FAIL OF SUCCESS.
Recent acts ot Consress extend the benefits ot
the pooslin laws to all Disabled soldiers, no mat
ter whether th"lr disabilities were Incurred In
the army or since discharge.
Kvery somiern wmow, who uas lq woriv lor a
living, and tm minor children, and the parents ot
all unmarried volunteers who died in the service,
It now In need, can get pensions. Address with
stamp lor return postage, li. L. KUE11II AllT,
1M4-K, Beaver Falls, lloaver Co., I'a.
liy a thorou2b knowledge ot the natural law
whlcu govern tho operations ot dlgeuioa and
nutrition, and by a careful application ot tbe ttoe
properties of wcll-selocted cocoa. Mr. Epp. nns
irovlded our breakfast tables with a delicately
lavored beverace which may save us many hoavy
doctors' bills, it Is by the ludlclous use ot such
articles 01 uiet mat a constitution may oo graaua).
ly built up until strong enough to resist every ten.
dency to dUease. Uundredd ot subtle maladies
are Boating around us re tdy to attack: wherever
there Is a weak point. We may escape many a
tatal shaft by keeping oursolves well tortiacl with
pure blood and a properly noumhed frame."-CleI
i'eTrta! QaieM. Made simply with boiling water
or milk, sold only in nau pound tins, oy urocers,
I labelleyl thus:
JA.1IIM Itl'l'S vfc CO,
, llomoonatblo Che ulsts,
Horses, Cattle, Sheep & Hogs.
Excels amtemed lorths rinldeura nl Hani
Coldj,Coujh, Hide Bound, YellowWtler, Fcvtr,
uinemper, sort sna wcik Eret. Lung Ftter,
I Coitlreneit, Dlotchei, and all d
WPPA MANUFACTURINQ CO., LYONS, N. Y.
Rjior many yeai used ana pre-SIJ
SvSscilbed by l'hyilclans, but on);)
I recently introduced cencully. t
rr The best l'orouj Platter madeSop
l-.SUnlike other tlatteri.so be auietli
rana get ine genuine win ititr
tuie ot a bell on the back-dothJ
KOSVENOK& K1CUABIM, llOStOn
riiiri3 com m
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Tt.OOJ18UUJtU&BULLlVAN It. It.
Taking effect MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 18W.
Ar. Ar. Ar. Lv. Lv. Lv.
STATIONS, r. h. r. m. i.h. i.w. r. u. r. u.
nieomKtiure.. ...... S3 12 10 1 15 s 35 t 83 40
.Main street...... is n in 7 U7 s 41 j 4a
ironaaie o m n ii i ui u a u
rapcrJIIll 08 U M 8 & 8MIM
UBIUBtroeU. 06 11 49 J M 8H1M
orangoTllle 67 11 88 41 Oft s 07
rxirKS,. o o 11 i o da v 10 a it
Zsner's 5 42 11 II 3 1 9 80 S 20
ttl IWSter 0 87 11 lv 6 S3 V 27 3 25
Uouton. 6 28 11 0D 8 18 9 87 S 33
tuiiioun,. d w 11 in a 11 i 0 aa 1 11
uolesureek, t SO 11 03 09 u 41 8 42 1 49
SUgaMOat, 6 18 11 67 8 03 9 48 8 48 7 I!
UuDacne,.. 6 U 10 61 6 CO 9 68 8 50 7 67
Central. B OS 10 43 6 63 10 03 4 00 8 07
i&mison uity,... b uu iu 40 e hj iu iu 4 os 9 10
i.t. I.T. jut. ar. ar. Ar
r. m. i. x. a. v. 1. x. r. x. r. x.
ELAWARE, LACKAWANNA &
r. x. r.x. a.x,
NOBTUUUSBRLAND B 40
10 00 8 16
10 15 6 80
ICamoroa 8 65
10 96 6 41
10 43 6 68
llupert o so
liloomsburg 6 88
Espy. 6 41
Llrne Ulda.. 860
willow Urore. 6 61
Brlarcreek 6 69
10 M 7 05
10 57 7 12
11 05 7 20
11 12 T S!
11 16 781
1120 7 as
II 21 7 42
1131 7 49
Ileacn IlaTcn 711 ....
IIlCK'SFCrrT 718 ....
1133 7 66
11 48 8 06
11 59 8 17
12 06 S 21
HUlckshlnuy , 7 80 3 20
lluniock's. 7 43 ....
I Nantlcoke, 7 60
ATondile 7 64
Plymouth 7 69
Plrmoutb Junction 8 0.1
Kingston 8 08
llennctt.... 8 19
M<oy 8 17
Wyoming s 21
West rutston 8 27
Huston . 8 83
Lackawanna fi 40
1215 8 83
12 20 8 89
12 27 8 41
12 31 8 49
12 83 S53
12 40 8 68
12 49 9 03
12 53 9 09
109 9 25
Taylorville. 8 48 ....
ueuevue. 864 ....
SCRAMTON. 9 00 4 SS
120 9 86
r. x. r, x
r. x. r. x
I SCSANTOH 6 10
153 6 20
ueuoTue. s is
ITaylorTllle 6 20
I'lttston..... 6 83
9 02 6 30
2 10 6 87
218 6 46
2 24 8 66
.... 6 69
west iittston e 43
wyomioc..... 6 47
Maltby 6 61
uenneiu s 05
Kingston 6 63
Plyinoutb Junction. 7 os
2 87 7 03
2 40 7 07
2 45 712
9 60 716
2 65 7 21
2 69 7 26
3 06 7 43
3 20 7 63
unmock's 7 26
Shlckshlnny 7 87
nick's Ferry 7 63
Beach Haven 8 01
3 31 8 07
uerwick 8 07
Briar Creek 8 18
WlUaw drove. n 1 rt
Ltmeltldge 8 20
uioomsourg 8 82
Catawlssa 8 42
Dantllle 8 67
Camoron 9 07
NOBTnCUDRKUND 9 22
Connections at Hunftrr. torlt.h
Iteaainir Kallroan rnr Tamsnori Tnninnt
amanend, Tamaqua, Wilt
Io1,uuuuij, lubbjviliu uw. At iuri.tiutu
berland with p.4lt Dlv. P. tt. tt. lor llarrtsDura,
Look liaren. Emporium, Warron, Corry, and Brie,
irmut. warrua, uorry, ana 11
. V. HAMrBAD, Oen. Man.,
Philadelphia & Erie R. R. Divis
ion, and Northern Central
in eneot Novua. ieso. Trains leave sunburj
KJUS fa. HI. Trntn 1A flltllv errant U.tnan
or iiamsburg and intermediate stations
arriving at Philadelphia s.16 f. m. Hew York
5.50 p. m.; Baltimore, 3.10 p. m.; rVashsngton
5.65 p. m., connecting at PMIadelpiiia tor all beu
nuure points, rasseoger oaaehes "to rniuael-
. .. 2:23 p.m. Train
a any except Sunday),for narrlsbarg and lnterme-
tuai,tj ttnabtous, arriving at jruuaaeiDn
v.1,0 p. in. new York, 10.85 d. m. : Baltimore
7.10 p.m.; Washington, am p. m. Parlor ear
tu i uuuueiDuia anu Dassencer ennnen m ptinn-
Iuuipuita tuiu iiaitimore.
. . w P- m. Train (daily
fflr TTe.rr1nni1ro nnrl all Intamiiutl.,. Br
: O .HIUltV(WWU.W,.eUUJH,B,,.
Ihirat FHllaattlDnla4.2S A. m. New Vnrlr? tfto,. m.
Fullman sleeping oartrom llarrlaburg to Phtladel-
uMouu.ien iuih. jrijxtttucipuui passengers oan
remain In sleeper undisturbed until 7 a. m.
l.M a. in. Train 4 (dally) lor IlaMsbun; and
h,,wwi.w BvNwuuo, aii.etuis at rituaaoipnta
o.wu. ui. now xuric, w.ou a. m.. uaitimore 6.S0 a.
m., Washington, 7..0 a. m , rnillman sleeping oars
hum HUOjV, UUOUUVB I.U i UtlttltOlUUia.
3.&S a. m..TriLln IS frlllvt m ttn..ta.
burg and Intermediate stations arriving at haltl-
U.V.W u,ir, a. wi aua TT OkJUIUK WU It. UU SUO
Pullman tilOtDlnEr Cars to Baltlmnrrt WAahlnrrtnn
and passenger coaches toDaltlmore.
2.04 a.m. Train v, (dally except Sunday) for
Oanandalgua, liocheater, Butralo and Niagara
Falls, with Pullman sleeping caw and pisscuior
coaches to Itochester.
5.iua. m. Trains (dally), tor Erie,
Canandalgua atd intermediate stations, Koches
tsr, Bunalo sad Niagara KallB, with Pull
man Paujeoara and pansenger coaches to Erie and
iaoo-Traln 15 (dally) tor Lock Haven and
1M p. ra. Train 11 (dally except sun--liyi
tor Kane. Canan lalmia and lntArmA.itatr..m-
tlons, H'ichester, Buffalo and Niagara Falls with
tnruughpassenger coaches to Kane and Itochester
and Parlor car to Itochester.
5.50 p. m. Fast, Line (dally except Sundavlfor lln.
novo, liochea er and Intermedial stations, with
through passenger coaches to Kenovo and Klmlra.
V.10 p, m. Train 21. (dallrl for winianm.
port and Intermediate stations.
THROUGH TKA1NU FOKBUN11UHY FKOMTiTK
HAJBT AND SOUTH.
Train it leaves New York, ia.15 night.
Philadelphia 4.S0 a. m. Baltimore, 4.45 a. mTHar'
rlaBurg, 8.10 a.m. dally arriving at Bunbury 10.00.
Tralo, 11 leavoB
Pnlladeiphla. 8.50 a.m.: Washlmrton h in .-m imi.
ttmore U.00 a. tu. (dally except Sunday arming at
aimu.nr, wibti trarior car irom pnuaaeipnia
and passenger coaches tiorp Philadelphia
'train 1 leaves New York 8.00 a.m. thil(uini.
pbla,u.lo a. in. ; Washington, 10.50 a. m. ; Balti
more, 11.45 a. m., (dally except Sunday) arriving at
sucbury, 6. so p. m. with passenger coaci.es
uuw 1 iiuouviuuia auu bttll-lluuro
, . . Train M leaven New York s.00 p.
m. Pb.lladelphla4.tt p. m. Washlngtou 8.30 p. m.
Baltimore 4.S3 p. m. (dally ) airivtng at bunbury
V.10 p. m.
Train leaves New York 6.S0 p. m., Philadelphia
4.S0 p. m Washington, 7.10 p. ra., Baltlmoro s.45
E. ra., (dally exoupt Saturday,) arriving at Bun
ury, 2.04 a. m. with Pullman sleeping cars and
ptasenger coaches Irom Waahlugtoa and Baltl
more. Train 3 leaveB New York 8.00p.m. : Phlladel
pnla,ll.S5p. m. 1 Washington, 10.00 p. m. : Balti
more, lt.su p. m., (dally) arriving at Sunbur5.10
". witu ututau Dioorjuii; cars trom
Philadelphia, Washington and Baltimore and
passenger coachea crura Philadelphia and Haiti,
HUNUUUY.IIAZI.KTUN at WlI.KKMHAIUtK
ItAlI.lttlAI) ANU NKUTII ANU WtMT
tuaiiy except bunaay.)
fralny leaves aunbary laoo a.m.
arriving at Bloom Ferry 10.43 a. m., Wllkeu-barre
Train ll leaves
at Bloom Ferry 6.26 p.
Train s leaves Wll
p. in.. WUkes-barre 7.50 p. m
ilkeabarre 11.17 a ,m. rrlv
lng at Bloom Ferry ia.37;p. m.,SunDury 1.SS p. m'
Train 10 leaves wilkta.barre a.u p. m.f ar"
,ua, hwwu jiviij a.A. v. ui., ouiiuurr p. m
Train 7 leaves Bunbury lthOO a. m.. ar.
riving at Bloom ferry 10:48 a. m., wilkes-Barre
Train 24 leaves Wllkes-Uarro 6.10
p. m., arriving at Bloom I'erry, 0.39 p.m., Banbury
1:83 p. TO
UllAM. u. ruon, J, It. WOOD,
(Jen. Manager. oen. Passenger Agt.
pHlLADKLPIIIA & READING
ON AND ArTKlt NOV. 16 180.
THAIN3 LKAVK BhOOMSBUHQ as follows:
ForNew York. Pnlladalnhla. llmnimr inttiii
Tamaiaa, etc., 6:00, 11:13 a. m.
I For vVUUamBport, 8:lUa. m.,3:l6p. m.
ror uanvuie ana Milton, 8;ie a. m., 3:10, iiioo p.
For fjataUliiiia S-iVt. feltV n. tn to.on e.nt
6:30 p. m. "
- Sf'.PXf1'1 6:05- 8:1-11:15 "r 0.
1 ft t ii'ii n m 9
Tit A IN 8 l'OIt ULOOMailUlUl
LrCaTU Nuw York via i'ullaatlpbta7:4S a. m. i-.oa
1 y ui. ttuu ti itMiuu o.ja n, iu p. IU
Leave Ueaaing 11:50 a. m. 7:51 n. m.
vine ii:3t) p. m.
Leave Tamaqua 1:21 a. ra. 8:18 p. m.
ijeave wuuainaport :ao a. m. 4:15 p. m.
jjeave t.'atawiBaa i:w s:iu a. m.. i:
1:80, 8.-S0, J:1D
11:02 n. m.
U-ave llupert &21, 1;0S, &ti, itsss a, m, IiM, 8:31.
For uaiiiinore wasninaTton ana thA wrair. i. it
ft o. H. K., througii tralna leave ulrard Avenue
Htation l'blla. (!'. & 11. 11. It.) 4:18, 6:01, ll:7 a. m.
i:9l, :. o: ixt p. m. BUnaays 4:16, b:(U, U:il
a. m., wn, D:r, Tim p. m.
ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION.
Leave Fblladelphla, Iter 7, cnetjinut street
vVharf, and boutl. atreet Wharfs
roa atuxtio eirr.
Week Oar Kipreea, u.00, ti, m,
Accommodation, 8.00 a. m. 5.00, p. ro.
Huadais Ei press, S:00, a. m.
dauon b:00 a. m. and 4:30 p. m.
HITOBUlua, UiTI atlintio citr.
Depot corner Atlantlo and Arkansas Avenuej
Week dars 2xpreaa, 7:30. v.lXI. a. in. and
4:00, p. m. Aooommodailon, 6:04 a. m.
and 4:M p. m.
SUndavS atinreiUL 4:00. n. in Aevmmn
datlon, 10 a. in. and 4;W p. iu,
a Q. HANCOCK.
A. A. VeLSOD, ami. rati. XgeaL
frf. tW(, ilOJUOeT,
FOR THE LAST
IT IS A SATISFACTION
Clotiiing i EstaDlishment
Still leads in the
Still leads in the
Still leads in the
s always full of the Latest and Largest Stock of Imported and
Domestic Goods made up by Experienced Workmen.
PERFECT SATISFACTION ALWAYS GUARANTEED.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
(Cafj, (aEoWrro. (tanj, Fvoftj all Hotj.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Henry Maillard's Fine Candies. Fresh Every Week.
:i?:E2sr24"2" oooids l. sEcrx.iirz'.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
F. F. Adams & Go's. Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco.
Sole agents of the folVrwinc brands t Cigars 1
Henry Clay, Londros, Normal, Indian PrincoJ8, Samuon, Sihror Ash.
Any rdcr for Festivals will be supplied with Um Lowest Mixfcct Pikes, s (ill nit
Ormet, Lemon;. ream
flBt.nras. "PemnUts. A'rOTtfi 16
-Zt English Wmbrtaty,
Foreign and Domestic
In purchasing .house hold necessities, it is wise always to select that which.
is tho bust, it will bo tho cheapest in
i -Mirco of pleasure. J. SALTZEU has
goods at low prices. Ho buys direct from tho manufacturers, and oan soll.flrst
Olasa goods cheaper than can bo obtained clsowbore. Hero arc eomo of the
articles anu prices :
Sawing Machines of threo grades,
v tho Now Homo Sowinc machine
I awer drop leaf, all attachments,
$10.50 to $00.
jig IPll '
Royal St. John, $30 upwards.
Standard Rotary, $40 upwards
New Home, $30 upwards.
Have received tbe agenoy for the Boosny
Distin Cornet, tho best cornet in tho world.
A good asaortmmt of violins, guitars, banjos,
accordeons, drump, Hntes, fifes'and all kinds
of mimical instruments. Tha best of strings
for violins, guitars, banjos, violincollo, and
baBS violins. Agent for Butterick's patterns,
pattern-book and fashion shoots.
Pianos, organs an 1 so ving muh
disoount for cash.
Do not gond clsowhoro, but call and see the slock of your homo dealer,
who is always with you, and oan givo you any information or instruction upon
any instrument you may purchase.
HI (41 U U plait U. r d u!i m. lln k -
TO KNOW THAT THE
the end. A good article is always a
won a wide reputation for sellinc cood
Estcy Piano, 350 to $G0.
Stock, $375 to $G00.
11. M. Bent & Co., $250 to S400.
Brown & Simpson, $250 to $100.
Este-y Organs, SOO to $175.
Miller organs, !j75 to $150.
United Stttes organs, $125 to $175.
Chioago Cottago organ, $90 to $140
Worcester organs, '$75 to $150.
Paris organs, $00 to $100.
Celebrated White Sewing Maohines $
New Domestic Sewing Machines,
ines sold on monlhy payments,
ami Sam? Hilts
7.T, . . - i Vw 3uUt4Uns mU imtiMons. V