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I The Great Desert.
Ri A Graphic Picture of Fearful It; Scenes in Sahara. t A traveller who has journeyed a- I cross the great Sahara desert in Afri ! ca, thus describes in the New Orleans I Times the terrible scenes that he wit | nessed : Riding five hundred metres II ill advance of our little troop, the S horseman who acts as guide directs jB our way over the dead level of the I dismal solitude. For the last ten f minuses he kept his horso at a walk, i sitting motionless in his saddlo, and r singing in his own tongue a melan || choly, long-drawn chant; with siugu f larities of Oriental rhyme. We imi ■ tate his 'pace. Then all of a sudden / he starts off at a trot, standing in his ■ stirrups erect, with his great bum |; our floating behind him. And we all f trot after him, until he draws rein a | gain to re-commence a gentle pace. I ask niy comrade .♦ |i. "How can he guide us through these naked wastes without a single i| mark to show the way ?" * But he answered : || "There are only the bones of cam- I els." | And in fact, every quarter of an | hour, we came across some enormous I bone gnawed by beasts, cooked by I the sun—all white, in strong relief a ■ gainst the sand. Sometimes it was | part of a leg, sometimes part of a jaw, I sometimes a part of the vertebral col li umn. Tho caravans leave behind r. them every animal they cannot keep up; and the jackale do not carry all | the remains away, k And for several days we continued , this monotonous voyage,always in the saddle, always behind the same Arab, almost without speaking. Now,one afternoon, as we were ap . preaching Bou-Saada, I saw, far off, before us, a great dark mass, made larger by the mirage,—the form of which* astonished me. At our approach 5 two vultures flew away. It was a ear ■ cass, still slimp in spite of the heat, — S glossy as though varnished, with put rid blood. The chest alone remained; the limbs had doubtless been torn off and carried away by the voracious de vourers of the dead. "Ah! There are travelers ahead of us !'* said the lieutenant. Some hours later we entered a ra vine, a sort of a defile, a frightful fur nace, bordered by huge rocks toothed like a saw—sharp, pointed, ragged, rabid, in revolt, as it were against the implacably ferocious sky. Another corpse was lying there. And a jackal that had been devouring it flew away. Then, we passed out of the ra vine, a gray heap of something before ua moved; and siowly, at the end of a [ disproportionately long neck, I saw he head of an agonizing camel rise up. He was lying there —and had been lying for three or four days, per haps—on his side, dying of fatigue and thirst. His long members, that seemed inert, broken, all mixed up to gether, were stretched upon the fiery soft. And, hearing us coming, he had lifted up his head, like a light-house His forehead, already gnawed by the sun,was but one wound—one running sore ; and his resigned gaze followed us. He did not utter a moan, did not make the least effort to rise. One would have thought, that he had seen •o many of his brothers die in their long voyages through desolation he knew to well the merciless of man. Now it was his turn—that was all! And we passed on. qßut when I looked back a long,long time afterward, I saw still rising up . 4 from the sand the lofty neck of the abandoned beast,watching to the end the last living creatures he could ever """St £"* & m' " behold, passing beyond the horizon. An hour later it was a dog, crouch ing close to a rock, with jaws wide o pen and fangs glittering, incapable of moving a paw, with eyes fixed upon two vultures who sat not far off,plum ing themselves while waiting for his death. He was so possessed with ter ror of those terribly patient birds, waiting for his flesh, that ho nevar turned his head, and did not even feel the stones that a saphi flung at him. And, suddenly at the outlet of a nother defile, I saw the oasis before me. It was an apparition never to be forgotten. One has traversed endless plains, climbed mountains all craggy, bald, calcined, without ever seeing a tree, a plant; a single green leaf, and lo !•—right before you, at your very If feet, is an opaque mass of sombre verdure—as it were/ a lake of foliage extending upon the sand. Then, further on, the desert recommences, lengthening infinitely to the indefinable horizon where it mixes with the sky. Says the Scientific American : "In consequence of the increasing number of grave-yard desecrations, the genius of the inventor has been incited to de- Yiee means for their defeat. Among the most recent patterns is one for the ' coffin torpedo,which consists of a can ister containing powder, halls and a firing trigger so arranged that on placing the torpedo within the coffin, and finally closing the lid, should any attempt be made to open the coffin the torpedo will be instantly exploded, a noise like thunder ensue, and deadly balls will fly in all directions. pBNNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE. Winter Term beirins Jan. -1,1884. This institution is located In one of the most beautiful ami healthful spots of the entire Alle gheny region. It is open to students of both sexes, ana offers the following courses of study: 1. A Full Classical Course of Four Years. 2. A Full Seientille Course of Four Years. :i. A Latin Helen title Course. 4. The following SPECIAL COUKSNB, of two years each following the first two years <>f the Scientific Course (a) AtJUICI I I.TU it K ; (b) NATURAL HISTORY; (el CIIKMIS TRY AND PHYSICS; (d) CIVIL KNGI.V EKRINO. f>. A short SPKCIAI. 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Vick's Floral Guide. For 1884 In nn Fcgant Hook of 1.7) I'sges .1 Colored I'ates of Flower** nml Vege tables,and more than 107 illustration* of the choicest Flowers, Plants and Yccetables and Directions for growing. It is handsome e noogh for the Center Table as a Holiday Pres. cut. Send on your name and I'ost Office ad dress, with 10 cent*, and 1 will send you a copy pastage paid. This is m t a quarter of its cost It is printed in both Eugllsh and German If you afterwards order seeds deduct the 10 cts. Vick's Seed arc the Best in the World ! The FLORAL GUIDE will toll how to get and grow them. Vick's Flower and Veget able Garden, 175 Pa ges, 6 Colored Plata.*, s>j fcingravlngs. For 50 cents in paper covers; id.oo in elegant cloth. In German or English. Vick's Illustrated Monthly Magazines—32 Pa ges.a Colored Plate in every number and many fine Engravings. Price *1.25 a year : Five Con ies for s>.oo. Specimen Numbers sent for 10 cents ; 3 trial copies for 25 cents. 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C TON JONES WAGON SCALES, WUA 'Mttr I l ull Lavora, Start lirarlhr*. llt.M QP" I Tare De*m and Beam llui, BkGHAMTDM S6D and JONKS hn )*>• ttiefrelffht—KM !ir y k'rtoo Lint mention this pier *twl J 1 udicJONCS OF BINOHAMTON, lVIh i M (linsliuuteu, N.l. rjuiE MILLHEIM JOURNAL JOB Printing Office is now snjgdied with Goon^HESSES and a large assortment of DISPLAY TYPE. ! LETT Ell HEADS, NOTE HEADS, BILL HEADS, STATEMENTS, ENVELOPES, CIRCULARS, POSTERS, and, in short, neat and tastg Job Printing of all kinds PROMPTLY EXECUTED. jroivrss jr-sA* binchamton Prom i urns giveijrvvhh HEALTHS WEALTH! 7 C ,T' i- ■av '-'j Dir. i:. c. '.vim's ;.'i:*:VE ami mum teatxket. a Riierni'.| ii|teriUe |.r lt>*t> >. i. V !t •<; 1t ... /(• KCI VKUS Kmraljria. llMilarl'n, Nitvocm i'u. iliatl .il ri. -i- .t l-ytlm of atrolinl or tatweo, V-'aicofHlm T.J'-i t.'-l I'— pr.KHlnii.ffotenhig cfi'ie Drain I i.. ulll j teaiting t Kiaerjf, I'-cnv ;•.! Li-nt:. ; l'r.-ire ill,, Oil .1 p, Barii'iineiw. Lo,-.i of P-'" er • > lli..r*ex. luv<>: jm.ry I.us. j Miit .rrtma cauaetl I'" ovvr -yori!. i. ~f i|, 3 t.ra?:i, •eli-m.q*,, „ r oi-rr-friluicexco. Fnrh t-.>x r.in taina <ne mon'.U'a tr#etiii,.|,| | R Ik)—, oi six boxes iur Q.l,u; „y jj u ;i jn-e --paid on rrroljA of price. WE CUARANTEC CHX RONSO To enro any rri°c. Wt'l earl, or 'er ree-iv .1 I T 1; , ; f„ r - boxes, accompanied \> ll C ", we v.'ill <„•;. d 'I..- y>i-' it--. . ru.* vrittrq guarantee to reiund too .loi.ry t.-o tn\a*iluttin not ofT-ct a cure. Onarn'it.-i". Insiuot only by tISXKR JinXDKLSON", 320 lii i-a Ftreet. riilladolplda, Pa. 1 " zz r 1 I n.e oetabruted v.-Kutablu lllcod l'nrid. r. 11 Irrrmodlitc!y V B cures Ha(Ja!:i.o, Constlpntion, I'-jriliea the Sill Jd:iil< il ;j I anvvvliore coon receipt oi SH Hnsuroaseed ibr 3 j Children. EI3KER m MENDELSCN, ij j 320 Race Strant, Philadolphla, Fa. g MILLHEIM MARSLE WORKS The Oldest, The Largest, The Cheapest, Most Reliable Establishment. in thin part of Fcnusylvftula. Monuments, Tablets and Headstones, manufactured in the most ailistio style and of the best material. All work warranted and pat up in the most substan tial manner. lOur prices arc so low that it will pay persons in need of marble work to give us a call. DEININGER & MUSSER proprietors Shops cast of Bridge, Main St., Millheim, Pa. E ■DOWNS' ELIXIRJBan I. H. DOWNS' 1 Vegetable Balsamic ELIXIR For the cure of mmptioa, Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, I ip, Asthma, Pleurisy, Hoarseness, I lensa, Spitting Blood, Bronchitis, ■ ill dLeases oftho Throat, Chest, aud H if/.s. luall cases where this Elixir is B * used its efficacy 1? Nt onco manifested, con- g rnmrn vincing the most incrodulous that O iS CONSUMPTION £ is not incurable, if properly attended to.— 32 m At its commencement It is but a slight irrita- 09 09 tion of tho membrane which covers the Lungs; 32 then an infiamation, when tho cough is rather dry, local fever,and the pulse more frequent,the O chocks flushed and chills more common. This Elixir in curing tho abovo complaints, oper lates so as 1o remove all morbid irrita- ■■ tioua and inilamatlou from the lungs B to the surfaco, and finally expel thorn from fl tho system. It facilitates expectoration. It heals the ulcerated surfaces and relieves tho cough and makes tho breath-H ing easy. It supports the strength and at the H same time reduces tho fover. 11 is free from B strong opiate and astringent articles, which are of so drying a nature as to bo in great danger of B ■ destroying tho patient; whereas this medicine B B uover dries or stops tho cough, but, by remov- B B >ng the CAUSE, consequently, when the cough H Dis cured the pationt is well. Send address for B B pamphlet giving full directions, free. ■p l'lico 35 cts., 50 cts. ; and SI.OO per bottle. ■■ SOLD EVEUYWIIERE. 1 IIESRY, JOBS SOS & LORD, Props., Barlington.Tt. 1 ■■■DOWNS' ELIXSR.SBbH aroiJraaei BIN^AMJON anfree Price Liet o s. * ' " - ' W* W — Address, CLOUCH Sl WARREN ORCAW CO , Detroit,Mich. Lcwislinrg. and Tyrone Railroad Time Table. LEAVE WESTWARD. 13 5 7 9 A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M. P. M Montandon 7 (ft 9.40 2.05 (i.OO 7.55 Luwisburg 7.26 10 05 2.20 KiUr Ground 7 M 10.13 2.25 Rielil 7.40 10.27 2..r> Vlcksburg 7.45 16.36 2.40 Miflliaburg 8. OOar 11.00 ar 2.55 It*. &o5 Mlllmont 1.....8.22 3.28 Laurel ton 8.33 A4O Wiker Run 8.57 4.06 Cherry Run 9.15 4.25 Fowler - 9.35 4.47 Coburn - 9.48 5.01 Spring M il Is *r 10.15 ar.5.30 LEAVE EASTWARD. .2 4 6 8 10 A. M. P. M. Spring Mi 115..... 5.50 1.50 .Coburn 6 18 2.20 Ko ler ('>.2B 2.33 Cherry ltun.... 6.48 2.65 Wlker Run...— 7.05 -3,15 L iureilou..... - 7.30 3.40 Mlllmont 7.40 3.52 A. M. Mini in burg..... 8.00 11.45 4.15 P. M. Vleksburg 8.15 12.10 4-32 lfiehl 820 12.17 4.38 Fair Giouud A. M. 8.30 12.33 4.48 P.M. Lewlsburg 6.35 8.45 12.60 5.10 7.30 Montandon ar. 6.45ar.9.00ar 1.05ar.5.20ar 7.40 Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Montandon with Erie Mall West; 3 ana 4 with Sea Shore Express East: 5 and 6 with Day Express and Niagara Express West; 7 and 8 with Fast Line West: 9 and 10 with Williaiusport Accommodation bust. FOR MAN AND BEAST. SJP THE BEST mtam v EXTERNAL * SJJ REMEDY FOR dK RHEUMATISM, v NEURALGIA, = CRAMPS, J Sprains, Bruises, - Burns and Scalds, bhJ SflitiM, Fieheke, Frosted Feet and OZars, and all other Pains and Aches. It Is a safe, sure , and effectual Remedy for Galls, Strains, Scratches, Sores, fte.,* on HORSES. Bk One trial will prove its merits. Its effects are in most cases INSTANTANEOUS. Every bottle warranted to give snthsfaction. Send ad gj m aress for pamphlet, free.giv g ... tng fall ilirectiona for the ■ MPP treatment of above diseases. ■ ■■■■■ Price 26 cts. and 60 cts. per bottle. Sold everywhere. ■ rfSf Henry, Johnson k Lord, Proprietors, Borllngtoa, ti. Y.'nrrnnte4 the mood Mrftet VSiM*Feed Fertilizer Drill in ciiMcnoo. Send for cir. vtilcr, A. 11. lAnQMIAIt, Fork. Pa. Pennsylvania Agricultural Works, York, Pa. STEAM ENGINES, A. E. FAEQU2AR, York Pa Cheapest aud beat for .1! pur- i p., strong and tfu- i ralJe. Saw, Guutr Suud lor Illustrated Catalogue '• 7 ssaSiii " , Vertical Engines, with or . . IJL without wheels, very" j f —. a 9 H C y convenient, economical po 3.? . W and complete In every §S = s tj detail, bent and c hen peat -31 V ~ 3 THE F.4EQUIIAR SEPARATOR Ad-JretsA. B. FAHQUZAB, Tort, Pa. PABaUHAS 2E73T01T3 CORK PLAETES Warranted tbo beat com dropper and most force-feed fertlizer distributor lu the DR. JOHN BULL'S Smith'sToiiicSyriiD FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER, AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES. , The proprietor of this celebrated medi cine justly claipis for ita superiority over all remedies ever oSared to the public for the SAFE, CEBTAIIT, SPEEDY and PEB MAKENT cure of Ague and Fever, or Chills and Fever, whether Of short or long stand ing. He refers to the entire Western and Southern country to bear him testimony to the truth of the assertion that in no oass whatever will it fail to cure if the direc tions are strictly fallowed and oarried out. In a great many cases a single dose has been sufficient for a cure, and whole fami lies have been cured by a single bottle, with a perfect restoration of the general health. It is, however, prudent, and in every ease more certain to cure, If its use is continued in smaller doses for a week or two after the disease has been checked, more especially in difficult and long-standing cases. Usu ally this medicine will not require any aid to keep the bowels in good order. Should the patient, however, require a cathartic medicine, after having taken three or four doses of the Tonio, a single dose of BULL'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILLS will be suf ficient. BULL'S 3ARSAPAMLLA is the old and reliable remedy for impurities of the blood and Serofalouß affections—the King of Blood Purifiers. EE. JOHN BULL'S VEGETABLE WOE* DESTROYED is prepared in the form of candy drops, attractive to the sight and pleasant to the taste. DR. JOHN BULL'S , SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, BULL'S SABSAPARIU.A, - BULL'S WORN DESTROYER, The Remedies of tlw Day. Pl inci;al 031ce, SSI I2 sin St., LOUISVILLE, AT -O.S. MORGAN & GO, UAHOTACTTOT TOT DURABLE LIGHT DRAFT Triumph Reapers AND THB NOISELESS New Clipper Mower. The TRIUMPH REAPERS are uneqnaled fo* simplicity in construction, esse of management, light weight, durability and good working capacity in all conditions of grain. Tho NEW CLIPPER has all the advantages of the OLD CLIPPER MOWER with many valuable Improvements, • rizjfo ron lixtrsnuTZD Cmctrua. GOOD AGENTS WANTED in unoccupied territory. D. S. MORGAN & CO., 1 Brockport,Monro©Co„N.Ya THE Buchanan Wind Mill BUUTT, mimm jflt Hew method of attach* MM <'n a THE MOST POWEBFUL El twe naa-wft ALL KINDS OF TANKS, PIPE, PUMPS, Etc. Bo sure to send for our new Catalogue before bo, tag, BUCHANAN WIND MILL CO., SUGNAMAM, MICHIGAN. P<toHEU¥mirnr[^™ I |o luUis'-'iii-'s oltlio I...">djSkl4 und iluaex.—Xervon* DcbllUj-, Vnpotenrr, flrpUft Vsllcr i, 'Gonarrliaa, SrphllUie and Hcreurial ACcetioa-. treatmeut; soft aud turo wmo(li<. Deionnidoo Tccatod. Call or write for list of questions to be answered by those deiiriug treatment by mall. gPereoa* freßr-rlasrroin Hoptcre nhouid send tfcelraddreoa.% qand loarn scicoth'.ns to their ai!vantage. It U not n Addre.ii Pr. C. L. LaPICOK, I'rest and Pkyalelna fat Charm Central Hed. ft Snrv. In-tlttrte.B3o Lornxt t- St. Limit, It, Puccefcwr to Dr. Dutts' Dlspem>ary. tftibllitft SO Yearn, THIS PAPER a P r Advertising Bureau (W Sprnotj Street),where adver- mipnaaa aooaaau NEW. YORK-