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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBTJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
II I, O O JI S 11 U It (I. V It 1 11 A V, SKIT. 21, ISM
llnll lto.nl TIiiib Tntilc.
LACKAWANNA & IlLOOMSItUIKI UAH, ltOAl)
Accoinmoi1atlonTratn,.,..,.Mi A.M. T.SDA..M.
Mall Train T.39 A. M r. 2 1'. M
Impress Train 1.1(1 f. M. lt.M A. M
" cat r. M.
CATAWISSA HAH, ll(IAl).
Accommodation Train c,2s A. M. 7,to l it.
Jtegular Jlxprcsa 1,H1', JI. 11,3.1 A, M,
TlironKli cars on Express Irnln ctllicr to New York
or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between
Catawissa ana winiamspori.
Mr. 11. I. Myhus, collector for tho Columbian, will
wait upon tlioio indebted 10 thlsonlco for tho pur
poiiof receiving tho ntnountsdue. Wo trust Hint
thoso Indebted will bo prepared to pay what they
owo when ho calls, but It not, they will again bo
called upon. H will scarcely bo demanded of us to
oiler an apology for making collections, butfortlio
satisfaction of those desiring It wo will Just say that
as wo havo to pay cash for every thing as we go our
nurso Is not long or deep cnougn to hold out unless
It H replenished with some degree of promptness,
PnisoNAU M. I'Uli, of tlic firm of Ltiti
& SIo.ui, Is In New York this week, buying their
l-'all niul Winter Stock of good.
The Temperance people liavo clinngcd the
place for llio meeting of their county convention
011 the lolh to the Upera House, inoomsbiirg.
Several very ilceirablo properties in Illooms
Imrg and in the country are ofl'ercit for sale in
this number of the Loi.UMMAjf. bee advertis
Tho Democratic conference for this district
for the nomination for Senator is now in rcssion
at Williamsport. AVo have no advices as to the
AilvcitiFcmcnls aro the quirt solicitor who
never intrude, but who never fail to inakethein
reives known, and are seen and remembered lie.
ppitc the will of the reader who could not forget
them if he would.
Tin: Union I'ark and Agricnltur.il Associa
tion of Northumberland county will hold their
annual Fair on September '23, '20 and .10, and
October 1st, 1875, at Suubury. Itaro attractions
will characterise tho Fair. President Malick
has thanks for diniplinientarie.s.
CoUNTV Ohancii: JIkbtino. The County
Grange 1'. of II. composed of tho County of
Columbia, anil a portion of Luzerne, will meet
in tho town of liloonnburg, on Friday, Oct. 1st,
at 10 o'clock A. it. A full attendance is de
sired. 15. 31. Tcwksbiiry, Sec. Co. Grange.
An exchange pertly says: "There is r.o better
way, no safer way, no caier way, no surer way
of having children from the debasing inllucuces
of the street, from corrupting association, and
from the atijutaition of vicious and hurtful
practices, than to make home attractive.
KixtJrovt'N I'Ain. Tho Agricultuial and In
dintrial Association of Catanissa Valley will bo..
held at lUnglown on October 12, 13, 14 and 10,
1873. The exhibition it is expected will be a
very fine one and a rare time, is anticipated.
Jlr. Secretary llamberger will accept our thanks
for a complimentary.
Thompson on Hind. A Dramatic Enter
tainment which is spoken of bigbly by the sur
rounding pres, will make its nppearanco on
October 1st, in the Opera House, llloomsburg,
Mr. Thompson will appear in several charac
ters throughout tho performance, thin rendering
a brilliancy far excelling the ordinary dramatic
Tho concert of Mrs. Kdgelt's singing cla",
given at the Opera House on Tuesday evening,
"win attended by a respectable number of our cit
izens. All tho programme was carried out and
wjs interesting and amusing. Tho operatt.t of
Ueil Hiding Hood called forth praNo from all,
and the trip to Niagara Falls was well rendered
and very entertaining.
I'rof. WickcsJhani, the able and accomplish,
ed State Superintendent of Public Instruction
visited Iiloomsburg on Tuesday last and bad a
conference with the Trustees of tho Normal
School, lie gave rssiiranees of hearty co-operation
in the re-building of tho burnt structure.
The Trustees will do their part. Hut the citi
zens must al-o put their shoulder to the wheel to
attain success, which it is not doubted they will
Convention. The Sunday School Conven
tion of Columbia County, will bo held in St.
James' ltefornied Church, Van Camp, Fishing
creek township, beginning at 10 o'clock A. M.,
Tuesday, September 2Stli, A. D. 1873, and con
timic two days.
Let each Sunday School in tho county be re
presented, Accommodations will bo provided for delegates
fiom a distance. M. YV. Nus, Secretary.
OllANtir.HS PIC NIC.
Thero will bo a Grangers Pic Nie at Head
ley's Clroro in Huntingdon township, Luzerne
county, on Monday September 27th. Addresses
will bo delivered by Col. V. K. I'iolell, State
Lecturer of the order, Dr. Stock, of Lvcoming,
and others. That our Kcptiblicau friends may
not bo unnecessarily alarmed, wo suppose, the
gentleman sending us tho foregoing announce
ment adds that these addresses wcro arranged to
he delivered before Col. Piollet was nominated
fur Slate Treasurer, and that they will havo no
political significance. His talk will be Grungen
-Ve, the undersigned, citizens of Columbia
count, do issue this our call to the Friends of
TemperaKco to assemble in convention at the
Opera House in illoouisburg, P.i., on Saturday,
llio 23lli day of September, 1873, for tho pur
pose of organization. Dr.A. J. Clark, of Lew
isburg, I'a., will bo present on that occasion.
Come Mentis, 0110 and all, and let us reason to
gether, saith tho Ioiil,
Itev. N. S. lSucklnghani, G. .V. ttiircll,
llloom.burgj liev. C, S. Long, P. D. Jllaek,
Jlohrsburg; Capt. C. G, Jackson, Berwick;
Jacob Mellick, A. N. While, Light Street; Nel
Mm John, Peter Jlaldy, Catawissa; Itev. A.
Hutitz, Itev. Geailiart, J. M. llarman, Orange
ville. tiii: AUTHous or thk sitlmnu mania."
.nd now It is stated that the publishers of
Webber's Dictionaries are responsible for the
recent "Spelling lieu" excitement. Whether
this is truo or not, tho spelling mania was
claimed to Ion good thing, and in some cases
had a very excellent inlllience. OI all ciluca
tional accomplishments, 11 proper knowledge uf
the orlliocrunliv of ourimn languago is certain
ly ileslmhle, and of all tho deficiencies in emr
educational method, that lelating to this study
and rcndli.L' Is thu most maiked, Whether the
spelling excitement co'nio about through Iho nil
utilising ellbrts of Iho WcUtcr publishers or
not. ono lliinirirf nuito clear, anil that is inai
Iheiu Is nothing that liaa helped to stimulate the
wide-sprend Interest in the tulject, or that is so
near n Spellem Vude Mtcvu iva Webster's
lVkct Dictionary, sold for onodollr.r, and to
hehadeif almost any dialer in books, It Is a
innrvtl of compactness, containing about thieo
bundled lllustintlons, over eighteen lliousiinii
woids, brief but comprehensive rtil.'s for M""'
6, a largo number of woids from Fprelgu Ian
Kuaces. nhrases. nroverbs, etc.. in common use,
It is neatly hound in Morocco, with lucks and
gilt edges. If not otherwise) obtainable it may
lie had hv mull from the publishers, Mcw.i's.
IvUon, lluiktmuii, Taylor & Co., 138 and 110
Jrand Street, New York, by enclosing to inein
Maj. C. G, Jackson Is out with a pronnncla'
liicnto, and Itev, N. 8. Buckingham authorises
the llepublican, to say that they did not sign the
lenipcranco call. The substance of this song is
that Ihcy are only Tempcrnnco men when iho
Kcptiblicau parly is to bo benefitted by tho ncl
tation of tho subject. Who cot up tho call wo
do not know and hetico cannot say how these
names camo to ho attached to It. It was sent to
us for publication by n respectable and rcspon
siblo gentleman of Orangevillo who would not
intentionally misrepresent any one.
lteptiMlcnn County Convention
This body met on Monday Inst, in Illooms-
burg, mid nominated tho following ticket
Senator Frank Stcwnrt, llrlar Creek. '
Aswcinto Judge Samuel Camp, Locust.
Prothouotnry K. li.Ilinglcr, Hloomsburg.
Kcgistcr mid llccoreler Silas Conner,
Tro isurer A. 11. Stewart, Ornngc.
Cointnisiioner Joseph 13, Sands, Jit,
Auditor 13. II. lirown, Jliffliii.
Kepublican conventions aro not usually
considered of much Importance In a local
point of view In this county, but tho pros
pect of tho two offices of Commissioner and
Auditor brought together a representation
from all tho districts except three, and tha
delegates present were not so favorable to
Democratic volunteers as in tho past. They
therefore repudiated nil such, and their par
ty is expected to stick closely to tho ticket,
Jlr. llnymnn withdrew as n candidate for
Commissioner and Jlr. Sands was nominated
by a voto of 27 to 21 for Frank Fvans,
Altogether tho proceedings wcro conducted
with spirit anil somo rich scenes might be
described, wcro it of any earthly consequence
what tho convention did. After an official
report comes to light wo may have more to
The "ring" had tilings their own way
The principal point of iasuo between the
magnates was the chairmanship of tho coun
ty committee. That is of importance be
cause tho llepublican State authorities dis
tribute considerable amounts of money for
electioneering purposes, which goes into the
hands of tho chairman 111 eacli county. Jlr.
I). A. Hockley, of the Ilemtblican, was elect
ed chairman by a nearly unanimous voto of
ourt locust township ixtteh.
The following should liar appeared last wcek,i-
ccpt for careless 1". JI.'s or slow malls.
I was down in Centralia to-day. I see the
people are all at work, tho collieries making
steady time. Jlr. Jos. II. Dawes, supt. at Ha
rd Dell, resigned and left this morning for Cal
ifornia, llo is succeeded by Jlr. Kd. William",
formerly of the Continental. Patrick Jlcllrcar
ty, an old resident here, took charge of the Con
tinental colliery on Jlonday last. Jiichael
Ilrennan, a young man of Centralia, was badly
squeezed by a fall of coal at the Kepplier colliery
Saturday was pay-day at tho Continental col
liery, and witli the exception of a few stumbles,
oti'i'ny to the bud condition e the patmentt, there
was nothing to mar the usual quiet of (lie town.
Sunday morning tlicro was n little unpleasant
ness between two persons, at Peltier's hotel. A
knock-down or two, and all was over. The
same evening a belligerent floored another, op
posite Jlr. Van Heureu's store. Some of tho
hitter's friend tried their knuckles on the form
er, who sodii yelled enough. Tho Wough po
lice were at prayer-meeting and of courso no ar
rests nere made.
I was talking to a llepublican who lives in
North Conyngham. He is the only one there.
He intends to hold a llepublican delegate meet
ing, and wants to know how he can have two
votes in their convention for commissioner. He
has been trying to deputise some Democrat to
gonith him, apnta paid, nf emrte, but thus
far ho has been unsuccessful, our Democracy are
too honorable. He says theie is mousy in it,
but who cares for that?
Centralis is again blesed wilii a new fledged
limb of the law. This time it is Hryson number
2. A cool, calculating, industrious young man
of fair ability and good backing, ho ought to
succeed. Of course the field is poor for crimi
nal business; the town mid surrounding! are
too peaceable and law-abiding for that, but civil
business is plentiful, and Jlr. H. will attend to
it wilh promptness.
I noticed Jlr. Stephen Thomas on the streets
again. 1011 know lie lias been sojourning at
Fort G rover for some time past, owing to some
misunderstanding between himself and wife.
He speaks highly of your town('s whi-ky) and
thanks your people's generosity for "knowing
whereof lie speaks." Jloro soon.
Sept. 11, 1875. LOCUST TOWP.
Wm. Jlorris & Co., at their new store in the
Ivxehange block, havo just received a grand
lock of Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Gents' Fur
,;.!,;,, r:,,,,,!., 11.1 ,,ml r',u 1 !., t.,. c.u;.
meres, tCc., ali of which arc ollered to the pub
ic or win be mane up 10 oreier at too inost rev
WvomiiiE Seminary and Commercial Col lege.
Kingston, Luzerne county, Pa., has accommo-
Litmus lor liU boarders ana uu nay scholars.
-Indents received nt any time and charged for
board from the time of ailmis-ion. Students
prepared for college, teaching anil bu-ine-s.
Commercial course and telegraphy unsurpassed.
Common F.ngli-h studies thoroughly taught.
College preparatory course equal In that of any
oilier school. Send for u citalogue and a Com
mercial Journal to Itev. 1). Copeland, Ph. I).
Ciiinmereial students address Prof. L. L.
vini; cvimti: and wini: makinh.
Jlr. Alfred Hpeer, of Passaic, N. J., so long
unci lavoraniy Known as ine wine man 01 .ew
Jersey, expects a larger yield of grapes this
ear than usual, una lias reuuecu me price 01
lis four veur old nort so as to bring it within
the reach of tho poorer families who need a
niro and rieli wino lor medicinal purposes.
Mr. Speei's mode of fermenting and keeping
lis uiiio dillers from the usual methods, This
is the rea-011 why it is so much superior in
imulitv. but it reiiulres four vcars management
and changing of temperature in order to make
such a perfect line wine us it is ; tho knowledge
of changing to various temperatures' at dilli rent
times, anil at tho light tune, is wnere lie lues
the advantage of getting so lieb a nino without
the use of liquor, Largo quantities of Speer's
Poit Grape Wine have been ordered to South
America, mid by Kuropeans. Physicians rec
ommend It as superior to mo-i 01 1110 j.uropeau
wines. It is dealt in largely by druggists.
TOWANDA HOOTS! TO WANDA HOOTS I
Huy them, try them and you will always
want them. For sale at JIcKinney's whoissole
agent for Hurl's lino Shoes.
fl.VT.si HAT'S I HATS 1
Latest Styles !
Lowest Pi ices!
Largest Stock I
At D. Loweubcrg's.
Hoofs for fall trade ut Knurr's just iccelved
Guipure, Yak and other Laces at Clark A
Great reduction in tho price of Kid Gloves at
Lutz & Moan s.
Ladles, look at Walls & Wolf's new lino of
Fall and Winter Hosiery. 17 dozen ju.l ice d.
C. O. Marr has tho barged stock of 13. Hutter-
itk & Co's. Dress Patterns In town.
Cu.li and Produce buys cheap ntC, C. JIurr's.
Ladies, if you would havo a neat lilting el raw
buy tho Hazaiir cut paper patterns of Clark it
Wolf. 'J'hey uio tho best. New Patterns now
Tobacco mid Confectioneries, wholesale and
retail by Jl. JhJ';
You can get 0 Piiches at Luljs & Sloan's for
1Q cts., or l'i ior ;si
Jlcn'a Calf Hoots at lij. M. Knorr'a.
Go to C, V, JIunJs for cheap Hoots and Shoes,
30 dozen worsted fiingc, now In ttock at
Walk it Wolf'i.
Tho largest Stock In tho county to select from
ai li, Jvowcnberg s.
Hair llralds at Clark & Wolf's.
Pewter Sand for snlo at HussKL'a.
Good clean Coal to bo had only of C. W,
Ncal & Hro. 32tf
Germantown Wool nt Clark & Wolf's.
New Goods at Knorr's for fall trade.
Cheese I Cheese 1 Cliccsol Fino assortment
of Cliecso at llusncl e.
Cashmeres, dm it tie, Jlolmlrs, Alpacas, JIo'
rlnos, etc., at Clark & Wolf's.
For a stylish Heady Mado Suit go to D,
Send 15 cts. to Lutzei Sloan, Hloomsbtirg, Pa.,
aud get the hook on Fashions, telling you
"What to Wear," whero to get it and how to
Go to C.,0. Jlarr's for nice Dress Goods.
1'Aiistnr.s, Attention, Hussm, takes Hotter
l'.ggs, Lard aud Produce in exchange for goods.
For a Nobby Shirt go to I). Lowenberg's.
High Top Combs in great variety at Clark &
Don't bo worried and onoyed witli not only n
poor quality of Coal but dirtv and slaty besides,
but buy of C. W. NliAi, A lino, who deal only
in mi; uesi qualities'. oll
ltussel is receiving fresh Watermelons, Can-
iciopcs, uananas, o.c,, elally.
Go to llussill.l.'s for your Groceries.. He
sens tor cash anil will not bo undersold.
Elegant Coats and Vests,
lu Heady Jladcs,
at D. Lowenberg's,
Fine stock' of Ilubbers at JIcKinney's.
Neckties, Collars and CulTs, Hitching and a
full lino of Fancy Goods at Clark ) Wolf's.
Farmers in want of first class articles of
Ihreshers and Cleaners; also, one and two
horso Tread Powers, call on or address J, JI.
Ilulsliizer, Light Street, Columbia, County, P.i.
C. W. Nuai, itlluo., spare nocxpenso to send
out nice Coal. 32tf
Granulated Sugar for sale at Husscl's.
Waterproofs at Clark & Wolf's.
Oat Jleal for sale at Ilussel's. Call and try it.
When you go to Philadelphia stop at
the Allegheny House, No. 812 and SM Mar
ket street; having been recently renovated.
Price only $2 per day. A. Hi:ck,
JIarch 19,'75-ly Proprietor.
If you want n first class Farm Wagon,
If you want a Platform Pleasure Wagon,
If you want an Kliptic Spring Wagon,
If you want a Pleasure Wagon,
If you want your Wagon put in good trim,
If you want repairs done good with short
notice, Go to J. It. Faus.
Heaver Cloth at Clark & Wolf's.
All Coal slated and screened before leaving
the old established coal yard of C. W. Neal &
Genuine Mason Fruit Jars for sale at JI. JI.
Old Established Coal Yard.
C. AV. Nr.Ai, c lino.. -Wholesale & Ilctail
Dealers in all sizes ot tho best qualities of
lied and White Ash Coal, nt tho very lowest
market rates. Havo constantly on hand large
and Limebtirner's Coal.
F.snecial attention trivcii to the prepara
tion of coal before leaving our yards. Grain
and Lumber taken in exchange for coal.
Coal delivered to any part of tho town at
short notice. Orders left at I. W. JIcKclvy 's
store, or at our ollice, will receive prompt at
tention. Office and Yards at William Ncal
& Sons' Furnace, Hast Hloomsburg. Your
patronage rcspccttully solicited.
COAL. L7-tf-25l COAL
New stylo Corsets at Clark it Wolf's.
On the Utli Inst., at tho resldcwo of Mr Samuel H.
Jacoby, by Itev. T. V, Hoffmeler, assisted by Itev. II,
W. llodiDeler, Jlr. JOHN It. IIOIHHNS, formerly of
Hloomsburg, nowot Nautleoke, I"a., to Jllas HI.I.IH
It. ATI1EUTON, of Dloomsburg.
On tho loth Inst., at Catawissa, by tuo itev. (). M,
Laltzle.Mr. HKNRY KOCII, of Wllkcs-Uarre, Luzerno
county, to JIIss AUMINTA WINTntSTEKN, of Cata
wissa. In firecnw ood, on tho utli Inst., at the residence of
tho bride's father, by Itev. N. Spear, ANllltEW A.
WILSON, of Orange, to JtiS3 ItEMXCA II, PATlTlt-
BON, of (ireenwood.
In Locust township, on tho lull lust., NAltAU
AtlNKS, daughter of Ludwlg and Carolina Duty,
aged lu months.
on tho nth last., Miss SUSANNA, wife ot Henry
ILirtzell, aed 13 years, 7 mouths and 26 da) s.
Wheat per bushel. .
Ilvn " ...
, 5 1.30
corn " ..
lats " ...
.'lull!' nrr lmrivl ...
Ilrled Annies .
hides & Shoulders
Hay per ton
e)UOTATIONS l'Olt COAL.
No. lonWhaif $4,00 per
No. r. " " 3,7.1 "
V(v a ' y.f.11 '
lllaekhmlth's Lump 011 wliarf t J.on
... t 0,00
TOWN AND COUNTHY.
Son rises 6 o'clock 23 mluutcs-sets 0 o'clock 31
(loi.n Is now ouotod nt a premium of about 113 -In
other words green backs aro about 13 percent, below
Hlank Dubii.s, on Parchment and linen paper, com-
uiou and for Administrators, Executors and Trustees,
for bale cheap at the t,o oubian onice.
"Tlino tries all things," and has proven that Wis
tar's llalsam of Wild Cherry Is the remedy par excel
lence for tho euro ot coughs, elds, croup, whooping
cough, bronchitis, usthma, phthisic, sole tluoat, lu
flueiua, and "last, not least," consumption, tu
cents and 1 1 a bottle, largo bottles much tho cheaper,
THE HEST PltlNTINO OITICE.
Tho present Is a good opportunity to remlud tho
friends of tho paper, and tho public genenlly, that
the Colombian Jou I'iuniinu omen has no superior
In this section, and, lu some respects, Is without an
eipial. Dm log Iho last ) car wo havo completely re
newed our t)pcs and inado largo additions, and It Is
no Idle boast to say tint wo hau now the Host
Presses, tho Hest Assortment eit Type, tho Hest
Stoc k of Paper, Cai ds, tc, and the Host Workmen lu
tho country, our woiLuien are socially adapted for
their places, und wo make It a point to always give
our customers a nent, correct and satisfactory Job.
Wo do not rlalm to do work for less than others, but
will warrant It to boas cheap as can bo done any
where and yield a dceml prollt. All who are Inneed
of Job Printing of any Mnd-l'lulu or In Colora-w III
llud It to their Interest to give tho Colombian onico
a trial. Wo have ou hand every vuilety ot Curdi,
1'ap'T, Ink, Envelopes, Tags, Ac, that Is likely to bo
called for, and can furnish any quantity or st)lo of
work oi) bhort notice. Jiliidlig to order. If.
WlllUtH TO ADVEItTISE.
A,T, Slewnit tn)B Iho best advertising mediums
ho has ever found ''ure tho old established organs of
tho two political parlies, ut tho bewral county seats
throughout tha t'nlou." "These," ho sa)s "leach
every family of the least account lu their several
counties, and aie moio carefully read than any other
class of Journals." It Mr.stcvvuit's Judgment Is of
value, thero Is no dimculty In deciding which paper
It Is tor tho Interest ot business men to adverttso In
Iho Colombia DrmoSiut, upon which this papcrls
partially founded, was established In and tho
Columbian now enjojs a wider circulation and
greater prosper lly than It ever did. It goes regular
ly Into two thousand families In Columbia and ad
joining counties, and by lnostot tjiem Is read from
111 'first to tho last line. It Is the only recognised
exponent ot nearly llvo thousand Dcmoeratlo voters
In tho county. It gives advertisements a tasty dis
play, that makes them attractive to Ha palrons.thus
ensuring greater certainty (hat they will peruso
them. While Its clrculatlonlsundoubtedlymiichtho
largest In tho county, tho advertising rates of the
Colombian aro no higher than thoseitif other papers
with barely half and several not one-fourth tho num
ber of subscribers, facts Ilko these speak for them
selves. No shrewd business manwlll neglect to In
sert his advertisements In tho Colombian tf.
K. 1'. KUNKIIL'S lUTTi:it WING 01' IIION.
lp.es tono to tho stomach, Improves tho appcllto
and assists digestion i excites tho bowels to healthy
action, expelling all tho foul humors that contami
nate tho blood, corrupt tho secretions and offend
the breath. It excites tho liver to a healthy action
and strengthens tho nerves, Imparting that glow to
llfo that proceeds alono from perfect health. Thous
ands in all walks of life, testify to tho virtues of this
excellent medlclnoln correcting tho derangement
of tho dlgestlvo organs. Oct tho genuine. Sold only
in tl bottles. Ask for V, 1 Kunkel's Hitter Wlno of
Iron, and take no other.
DvsrtrsiA. DvsrsrsiA. DTsrirslA.
K. r. Hunkd'a Hitter Wlno of Iron, a suro euro for
this disease. It has been prescribed dally for many
years in tho practlco of eminent physicians with un
paralleled success. Symptoms are loss of appetite,
wind and rising of food, dryness lnmouih, head
ache, dizziness, sleeplessness and low spirits. Oct
the genuine. Not sold In bulk only tl bottles.
Do you want something to strengthen you, orn
good appetite ? Do ) ou want to get rid ot nervous
ness? Do you want energy, sleep welt, or bo cured
ot dyspepsia, kidney or liver disease? Try li. V.
Kunkel's Hitler Wine of Iron. livery bottlo guaran
teed to do os recommended. Sold only In tl bottlos.
Depot and onicc, 219 North Ninth St., Philadelphia,
l'.i. (let the genuine. Sold by nil druggists. Ask
for 1!. 1". Kunkel's, nnd tako no other.
liemoved allvo with head complete, In from two to
thrco hours. Nofeo till removed, by K. i Kunkel,
235 North Ninth St., Philadelphia. Seat, pin and
stomach worms also removed. Call and seo; ndvlco
free, or send for circular. Ask your druggist for
Kunkel's Worm Syrup. Price, tl per bottle.
IMPOllTANT lttSSULTS PLEASANTLY ACHIFAT.D.
Although tho days ot Irrational medication are
happily passing away, and Intelligent ph)slclans
havo ceased to measurotho supposed 01 cacy ot a
remedy by thovlolcncoof its effects, thero still lin
gers among tho older practitioners a few of these pre
dilections lu favor ot "heroic" treatment, which It
would bo lucky tor their patients If they had aban
doned. Ono of these Is a fondness for administering
drastic purgatives, such as blue pill, calomel, Jalap
nnd castor oil. A contrast of tho effects of these
drenching drugs with tho mild nnd bcncllclent oper
ation ot Ilostter's Stomach Hitters, Is tho very best
argument that enn bo adduced against tho wisdom
of such destructlvo treatment. Tho old fashioned
cathartics convulso tho stomach, and relax tho bow
els so abruptly nnd copiously as to weaken them,
llosletter's Hitters, on tho contrary, never gripe tho
Intestines, but produeo a laxative erfect resembling
the action of nature. At the satno tltnc they removo
thecausoot constipation, by arousing tho dormant
liver to secrete tho bile necessary to tho regular
performance ot tho excretlvo function, aud enable
tho stomach to thoroughly digest tho food. Indiges
tion biliousness hav Ing been thus overcome, n regu
lar habit of body Is tho necessary conscmicnce,
which tho occasional subsequent uso of iho Hitters
renders permanent. Kury dlsagrecablo symptom
which, In the absence ot perfect digestion and evac
uation, harrasscs tho system, vanishes under the
lnllucnce of the great national stomachic and altera
tive. Health and vigor aro twin blessings that fol
low IIS Uk'.
SCIIEFCK'S PULMONIC SYItLT, TOU THC CUItE
Of CONSUMPTION, COUQIIS AND COLDS.
The great virtue ot this medicine Is all that It rip
ens tho matter and throws It out ot the sjstein, pu
rines the blood, and thus cITccls a cure.
gcuEMVd Sea Wkch Tonic, ion run ecus ok Dvs"
l'El'SIA, lMHUliSTlOK, C.
Tho Tonic produces a healthy action of tho stom
ach, creating an appetite, forming clij lc, nnd curing
the most obstinate eases of Indigestion.
SCIIKNCK'S MANMIAKK VlUX, l'OK T11E CCIOi OF 1,1 V EH
Theso pills are alterative, and produco n healthy
action ot tho I Ivor vv lthout tho least danger, ns they
aro frco from calomel, and yet rnoro eriaclous In re
storing a healthy action of tho liver.
These remedies are a certain cure forconsumptlon,
as tho Pulmonic Syrup ripens tho matter and puil
llcs tno blod. 'Iho Mandrake Pills act upon the
liver, create .1 healthy bile, and rcmavo nil disease of
tho liver, often a cause of consumption. The Sea
Weed Tonic glv es tone and strength to tho stomach,
makes a good digestion, and enables tho organs to
form good blood ; and thus creates a healthy circula
tion of healthy blood. The combined action ot theso
medicines, aro thus explained, w lU euro every case
of consumption, If taken In time, and tho uso of tho
medlclno preserved In.
THU MULTIPLICATION Of DISEASES.
Diseases multiply. Ono begets another. A trif
ling Indisposition may, therefore, orlglnato a compli
cation of dangerous maladies. Indigestion begets
far more forinldablo diseases; a uiultltudo of ail
ments aro traceable to constipation; fever and ague
unhinges tho entire s)stem, and Is therefore the
sourco of tho protean ailments which afreet that
portion ot tho human organism. Hosteller's stom
ach Hitters, however, whether resorted to at tho In
ception of those disorders of tho stomach, bowels or
liver, which glvo birth to tho majority of diseases
nnd disabilities, or taken when they havo ripened
into formidable maturity, aro alike powerful to cure.
Tho process of recovery Is, of course, longer when
tho malady has gained headway, but Itlsnouotho
less certain. Dyspepsia, constipation, biliousness,
kidney complaints nnd Intermittent fever, Invaria
bly ) leld to the operation of tho great altcrattv 0 and
F.STATK Or JACOll MANNINO, DSCBASKD.
mo undersigned, Auditor tu dlslrlbuM fund In
thu hands or tno Alalnlstrutor, of the estate of
Jacob Manning, deceased, among the parties en.
lllieu lllCTflii.w in meet wiu parlies iiiieresicu lurum
purposo of Ids appointment; on Mond ly, October is,
is;a. at 10 o'clock, a. m.. at the olllee of E. it. Ikeler.
tu llloomsburir, tit whlcli time and place all parlies
iiiu'iL'Meu niuiiui'iiii tutu in-aL-iii. iiirir miiiiis, ir
bo forov erdelurred rrom couilnc In ror a distributive
sharo In Mild estate. P. 1'. HILLMYKH,
Dloomsburg. September 17, 1s76-lt Auditor.
I.1TATR OF IllClieilD F. KHLI.su. DRO'D.
letters 01 Administration on tho Estats or I.lelurd
1'. Keller or Centrjtia. Columbia County decrnsed
Inyo been granted by the Iteglster or said county tu
nilliuei 1.. ivruer ruiniiiiu tuiuiuoia cuiiuiy, ra., 10
whom all persons tudebted to 'Said Kstato aro re
uucsied tu inako payment, and thoso liavlm.' claims
ng.dtisi the said cstatu will make them known to the
saiu tiduiiiusiraior iviiiiiiul neiay.
SAMUEL L. KKLI.KIt, Adm'r.
Sept, 30, 187.1.
jpon SA L1C I
A Very Desirable Town Properly!
A very desirable Town Property situated oritlie
north-east corner of Mil Avenuti and Ceutrn street is
now offered for Halo 011 favorable terms. '1 ho lot Is
llio reel rrout on Mil Aveiiuo and 2no leet front on
Centre stieet, unit contains u largo number of upple,
lieach, iK'.ir awl plum trees, joiitig and vigorous and
III good bearing condition, us also a prion 1, nectarine
una ornamental trees, Kaspberiles, currents, sc.
T ho house Is a lartio
2J STOUY UOUHLIi HIIICIC,
thoroughly nnd completely finished aud com
lucratively new with cellar under thu whole,
and gas lu nil tho rooms, Tlieru Is also a
roMi'l.ETi: HAKN, with carrl.igo house and shed at
tached thereto, and a'l other necessary out.bulldlnt,'s
on the piemlses. lloth well and cistern water con
venient. Tho fences havo all been re-sot lu a most
substantial manner, nnd this street fronts aie paved.
Possession given at any llmo upou short notice. Cur
pets and somo riirnlturo will aHo bo disposed or, II
desired, at reasonabl rates.
Iff For terms, Ac, apply on tho premises or at
tho Colombian ofllee, to
II, L, DIErTKNllACH,
ACOOII COW, aud a Mel 1 1 1' TWO-SEATED CAIt.
Ill AO E, or Itoekavvay, with shifting beats and patent
bilaucu springs, aud not much woui, will also be sold
Sept, 24, 1ST J.
In pursuaneo of on order of tho Orphans' Court of
Columbia County, tho undersigned. Administrator
of Hleharil 1'. Keller, Lite ot Ceiilrulla, Columbia Co.
I'a., deceased, will exposo to public sale at the 1'ublle
House or J, II, KUnger, tu Kourlngeieek, In salj
H.VTUHDAY, OCTOHKIt 23, 1S75.
Commencing at t u'elocklnthoarteruooiiof said day
llio following deseillied Ileal Estate, to wit: All
that ceilnln piece, parcel or tract ot Umber land,
situate In Heaver township, Columbia county, ad
Joining lands ol Jiliu Movvery. Daniel Ileal Unit,
Flunk In l Shumau, and others, containing
All Timber Land, consisting of Whltonnd 1'ltch Pino
White and Itoek Oak 'limber, l)lng within 1', miles
ot thu Cutawlssa railroad,
(.'ONDIIIONSOI' HA 1.1!,-Ten per cent, of ouo-half
eif thu purchase money to bi) paid at thu Milking
down of thu property, tlm one-hall less lliu ten wr
cent, to ttu nald at tLo eonnrniatlon of tho halo und
tho balance lu one vear thcrt-allcr, with Interest
rrom couurmuiiuu uisi 01 saiu siue,
HAMl EL I.. KELI.L'lt, Adm'r.
ItOAmKGCUKtt, Sept, Hi, IS'0,
riMlM UNDKHSKINKI), KXKCUTOHS )!'
JL (leorgo Weaver, deceased, will expose topublio
WEDNESDAY, OOTOIIEII, 0, 1870,
on tlm homestead lot, salo to cotnmeneo at in o'clock
a. in., t ho tallow Ing ton n property, situate In Illooms.
No. 1, Lot sltuato on Main street, adjoining lot of
Mrs. Armstrong on tho east and L. K. Wary on tho
west, w hereon aro erected a
TWO-STOltY HIIICIC DWELLING HOUSfi
and a Two-Story Kr.itno Dwelling IIoilso and out
buildings, Into tho homestead of said (leo. Weaver,
deceased, and wui bo sold In ono or two lots to suit
No. a. lit sltuato on corner of Main street and
Jefferson alley, w hereon are erected a
TWO-STOKY MUCK DWKLLINH HOUSE,
sultoblo for two families, nnd out-bulldlngs.
No. 3. Lot situate on Main street adjoining lot of
Wellington llarman on tho west nnd John Kramer
on tho east, whereon are erected
A TWO-STOltY 1'IIAME DWKLL1NCI HOUSE '
No. 4. Lot sltuato on comer ot llrst street and
Mumy's Alloy and adjoining lot of .f. P. Tustln on tho
west, whereon aro erected a Two-story Framo
Duelling House, stablo nnd other out-bulldlngs.
No. B. six building lots on Fourth street, west Of
Mumy's Alley, very desirable.
ALSO: At tho sarno tlmo and placo tho following
personal property, to-wlti
Ten shares of stock In first National Hank of Lock
Haven: nrtecn shares or stock In Klrst National
Hank ot Low Isburg; three shares ot stock In tho
Catawissa Hrldgo company; two shares of stock In
tho Susquehanna Itlvcr and North and West branch
Telegraph Company. ALSO! On Uie premises, nt
10 o'clock a. m ,on
T1IU11SDAY, OCT. 7, 1875, A FAIWI,
sltuato In Delaware township, Northumberland
county. Pa., ndlolnlng lands or Mlas ltumbach. Hal
llett Kiirir., Dnnlel smith and others, within a half
mllo ot Mclhveiisvlllc, containing
NINETY-SIX ACHES AND VIITEEN PEnCllUS.
All 1 11 proved, whereon nro erected
A THAME DWKLLI.NO HOUSE,
nnd Ixjg Ham,
TERMS OF SALE FOR HEAL ESTATE: Ten per
cent, or t ho punchaso money to bo paid at ttio st rlk
Ing down ot property, tho one-half thereof less ten
percent, on tho 1st or April a. i., 1970, and tho re
maining halt on the 1st ot s prll a. n., 1877, with ln
tercit trom April 1st, A. . 1S70, at which time posses
sion Is to be given. Deeds dcllvcrud to purchasers
nt their expense upon payment ot tho wholo pur
nr.oiioE w. comtiELL,
MI. 11. WEAVHIt.
J. K. Evu, Auctioneer. Executors.
"JEW STOCK OF CLOTHING,
Gontlemen'o Dross Goods.
Invites attention to his largo and elegant stock ol
Cheap ana FasMoi Clotliiiii,
.at his storo on'.
MAIN STItEET, IN THE NEW BLOCK,
where ho has Just received from Now York and Phil
adelphia a full assortment or
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including tho most fashionable, durable andf
AND OIL CLOTH,
COATS AND PANTS,
OF ALL SOItTS SIZES AND COLOIIS,
Ho has also replenished his already lergo stock of
CLOTHS AND CASSI.MUHES,
AND TLAIN VESTS,
He has constantly on hand a largo and well select
ed assortment of
Cloths and Ventings,
which ho Is prepared to mako to order Into any kind
of clothing, on very short notice, nnd In tho best
manner. All his clothing Is mado to wear ana most
of It 13 ot homo manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JKWELKY.
OF EVEIt Y DESCltlPTlON, FINE AND CHEAP.
HIS CASE OF JEWELItY IS NOT SUItl'ASSED IN
CALL AND EXAMINE HIS GENERAL ASSORT
Clothing, Watches, Jewl
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
T7"M. F. 1IODINE, Iron Street below sec-
Hloomsburg, I'a., Is prepared to do al
In tho best, styles, at lowest prices, and at short
Parties hav Ing such wor to do wll bavo money by
work warranted to glvo satisfaction. Order
WM. F. BODINE,
Mar. 0, -14 ly.
AN ACTUAL lirNKHS INHTITl'TIOK AND
FortntormatloucalUt omoe.or bend forCoi.Lxus
FARMERS TAKE NOTICE I
It Is of great Importune" to jou what kind of
maiiuro you apply toyour Wheat Lands this fall, It
you want n good cropot Wheat next season, and a
heavy crop of Ornss to follow, use.
Haw Bono Super Phosphate
l'llt up 11120011; bags.
Tho boso ot this Old Established Artlclo Is Haw or
Unburned Hones, and Its strength cannot bo ex
hausted with tho crop of Wheat, but w 111 provo ef
fective on tho follow ing crop of dross, and will nlso
permanently tmprovo tho soli.
Farmers look to your own Interests nnd provolf
what wo say about
Baugh's Raw Bonn Phosnliato
Is truo or false, and notify us of tho result, Mako
application for It early toyour nearest Dealer In
Manures, and If you cannot sccuro It through them,
send your orders direct to ) our friends
13 AUG M & SONS.
Aug. I0-!t. PHILADELPHIA k HALTIMOItK.
JPi KSTATE Of ntlLIP Wlt.0N PKCKASKP.
Letters testamentary on tho estntoof Philip Wil
son, lato ot Flahlngcri'ek township, Columbia county,
deceased, havo been eratucd by tho Heglster ot s.ild
county, to Julia A. Alison and Jacob ci. Wilson, of
Flshliigcreek township, Columbia county, Pa. Kxec
utors, to whom all persons Indebted to said estate
aro requested to make payment, and those having
claims or demands ugalust tho said estate will make
them known to tho buld Executors wit hunt delay.
ll'LIA A. V 1LMI.N,
JACOll f). WII.so.sf.
Aug. T, '7S-et. Heeutora.
Ali KSTATK Ol' JOHN MICHAKU lUTKASKn.
Letters tohtainentary on the estate or John Michael,
late of MllUIri township, Columbia county, deceasul,
have been granted by iho IlcKMerof said county to
John II. Hi tter, ot Mltllln township, Columbia conn
ty. Pa, Executor, to whom nil persens Indebted to
wild estate aro requested to make pa)inent and
thoso having claims or demands against tho bald
e'stato will inako thorn known to the bald Executor
wlthmit delay. JOHN H. 11ETLEH,
Aug. lo-ct. Execulor.
TOTICE IS IIEUEIIY GIVEN that Hie
1 undersigned has been appointed an Asslgneo
fur iho benefit of the creditors of J. J. Honglaiid, of
Centralia borough, In Columbia county, and has
tako nupnn himself thodutles of the trust. All persons
aro therefore required toseltiowlth hltn, adjust and
nay to hlmall accounts, debts and duesor thesald J. j,
lloagland! and thoso having claims to submit them
to tho Assignee properly authenticated.
Sept. 3-0t. l'axlnos, Northumberland Co., Pa.
A valuablo Bird Deposit,
Imported Into tho United states
BATJGH & SONS,
1'IIILADELrilIA AND HALTIMOItE. 7
This auano possesses tho most remarkable charac
teristics as a cheap fertilizer tor all drops. Tho
analysis or four cargoes shows an average or 6S.105
per cent, ot Uono l'hosphato ot Lime. Tho tests havo
been highly satisfactory, and when you onco adopt
tho article, you will uso no oilier In preference.
Packed In llaga of 2U0 ILs each.
Price, $38 Per Ton.
BitfJGH & SONS,
20 S. Delaware Ave., Phila.
103 South Street, Baltimore.
: How Lost How Restored!
JUST published a new edition of Dr. CUL
VEltWKLL'S celebrated essay on tho radical euro
xMnlaYa, (without medicine) of Spermatorrhea
rr'S or Seminal Weakness, Inv oluntnry .sctn
'Vr1!ti;w lnal weakness, I mpotency, Mental and
.toivry physical incapacity, Impediments to
-Marriage, etc,: also Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits
Induced by self-lndulgenco or scxtual extravagauco
JBSy-Pi'ec, in sealed envelope, only six cents.
The celebrated author, In this ndmlrablo essay
clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' succcssru
practice, that tho alarming consequences ot seir
abuse may bo radically cured without tho dangerous
uso ot Internal medlclno or tho application or tho
knire; pointing out a modoorcuro nt onco simple
certain, and effectual, by means of which every suf.
ferer, no matter what his condition may bo, may cur
lilmseir cheaply palvately, and radically.
tP"Thls Lecturo should bo In tho hands ot every
youth and every man In tho land.
Sent under beat, In a plain envelope, to any ad
dress, poot-pald, on receipt or six cents, or two rost
Aauress tno l'ubiishers,
CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, New Vork, Post Ofllco Uox 4.&S8.
April 10, 'f5-y
A I'OUTUNE IN IT. Every familv buvs it
V. Sold by Agents. Address, O. S. WALliEK,
IKON IS THE HLOOD.
The Pekdviav Svurr
Mtallr.es and enriches tho
blood, tones up the h)s
tcm, builds up the broken'
down, cures dispepsl.i'
Debility, dropsy, chills and
nervoui affections, bolls
humors, diseases of tho
kidneys and bladder, re
male complaints, Sc.
Thousands have befn
changed bj tho uso of the
remedy rrom weak, sickly, suffering creatures, to
stronir, healthy, happy men and women; and
Invalids cannot reasonably hesitate) to give It a trial.
t.Aeiiu.. uu hiiro jou k'i'i- mu -twiihas
Sviiur" (not Peruvian Haik.l Sold by dealers ircucr-
ally. A Si-paco pamphlet, containing a treatise 011
Iron as a ne (Heal acent and ether aluablo papers,
testimonials irom uisunguiMica pnj biennis, clergy
men and others, will be sent Ireto any address.
Skth W. 1'owle sons, proprlctois, s Harrison
A DVEilTlSINO: Cheap: (iood: Svtcnia-
He, All persons whocoinn'mplatemaklngciai
frin.ls Willi newspapeis lor the ltwitlun ofadver
tlscnientH, should send iffl cents to (leo. 1'. Howell s
Co., 41 Park llow, New York, for their PAMPHLET
hook (uln.'l v-n'cnlli eillHou.) eonlidnliiL' lists of
over '.'"mi newspapers ami estimates, showing the
cosl. .MlveillM menis uiKin lur leauinir paiRTsiu
many stutis at 11 tienn ndous 1 eduction from pub
llsheis' runs, l.nn.bleck. Jan. 1i"l-ly.
Ureal 01k, MUIIT SC'ENEs IN 'HIE HIIII.E, and
a niigultlelent NEW HOOK Just from 1'reh.s. Ad
dress, J. C. McCl'HDV & CO., Philadelphia, I'a.
UI1TD liEADIHG.PSYCOlIAllCY, FAS0I1TATI01T,
soul charming, Mesuieilsiu, aud Marrlago (lulde.
showing how 1 llher hen may laseluate and gain tho
love and affection of any person ihey 1 house tustaut
ly. I'lh'ohy mall, ui eenis. Kemember, this Is not
a meruelieul.ir, but 11 book of 4iJ pages. Address,
llb'.NT a: Co., Hi'j .south Uh ot., 1'hll.iuclpbl.i, I'a.
PLEASANT AND I'lKU' ITAllI.E. EM-PLoYMENT.-'Mleautltul!"
Cuvv level) I" "What are they worth!" so Such
aro oxel.imatlons b) Ihose who see the largo elegant
new chromes prodtieed by tho European mill A11101
Ican chrumo Publishing t'o. Every 0110 will want
Ihem. It leqiitiesno talking to tell the pieiures,
niul ladles and ceiitleiiien. out ot emplo.v meul. w III
llnil this the best opening ever ollered to make
money. For full paitleuuis send stamp ror coutl
denilal circular. Address, F. (.LEASO.N CO , fas
Washington btreei, nosum, jiass.
ITOltNKY'H 1II.ANKS, Cmmneui ami
udmiii'iit lloiuLi, lust prliiti'd nil for sale at
i.i'uuiiN onico. All kliuU of Altoniuvs
clllier kept on hand or runted to order,
l ft ta I V"U
F' Jjj f
m LtJ I J S m
tl I f 5 i H 5 r
COLLARS AND CUFFS,
LADIES NEW KID GAUNTLETS.
NICE ASSORTMENT DRESS GOODS FROM 25
CENTS AND UPWARDS.
N13W FATJTj PHINTS TO A11R1VJ3 THIS WEEK
AT THE POPULAR CASH STORE OF
W. P. JONES & CO.,
LAYTON HUNYON, & CO., BJ.OOMSBUJIG, PA.
keeps coii3tnntly on hand n Full nnd Complete Stock of
HEAV-Sr SHELF HABD"WARB,
which vro will sell to tho Public nt Prices so Low as to defy competition.
OUn STOCK CONSISTS IN I'AKT OFJ S3
IRON, NAILS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS and PUTTY,
MECHANICS TOOLS AND AGRIGULTUKAL IMPLEMENTS
of nil Grades and Latest Improvements,
BLACKSMITHS BELLOWS, ANVILS, SLEDGES, and HAMMERS.
Burden's Horse and Mule Shoes, Horse Nails, &c.
PATENT WHEELS, OLD'S AND WARNER'S PATENTS,
Spokes, Heavy and Light, Carriage Mallebcls,
Axles, Springs, Gum and Oil Cloths, Valentines Varnishes, Spirits
and a general Stock of
WAGON AND CArJUAGE MAKERS GOODS1
Building Materials, such as DUNCANNON AiiZiS; Lewis' Lead,
Best Cblors, Pure Oils, etc., as low as they can bo bought in the county.
GIVE US A CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
LAYTON RUNYON & CO
Mar ID, 1ST5 tf.
NEW HARDWARE STORE!
SUCCESSOII.S TO J. F. WIDEMAN & CO.,
f Gimlets, Gouges, Tweezers, Pliers, jlPir
I'ots and Kettles, Pans and Friers,
All things for all sorts of buyers. 'jP
Wo have also added to ourStock
PATENT WHEELS & SPOKES,
GLASS, PUTTY, G-RIIXrDSTOIlSnES, ScO.
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE
In all its liranclies, Carefully Selected and Purchased low for CimIi givinp;
Advantages for Selling which can not be excelled by any other
Hardware Store in the Cbuntry.
GIVE US A CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
Wo GUAltANTEK both in PllICE and QUALITY of our Goods.
The Largest Store
No. 215. TIiIj
Smith's "liuhfit Dress Elevator."
of all. It lacmo ortUnno etylca tint U euro lu
pica, ctpcclally ni it is cpproiirtato for any
fint.Hll mill TOntlllfft IcK-4 PUOli"! Ul llUUO lliail
j ft, jm m Till CUT know! Ins
f jtMfViX jTlTnnar Part of tha
any other i-uitcf
vaUir' flitd It. Yn
l ran TOUF Ckllt
i wuiit faiimr ft una
1 itf filftc. Bud ht n Ut
1 it UH.cr jouctnkafp
j nkUt Irom Hi FUttl.
form may f cl tlTcy
it TvmainatKirt in
KhlonftMs Manner, li dr-wi U
1 1 full nets la lh back. TO kins Ilia
atmlirht frnnt ' II KftVGB lOOM
Ih.u Ten Time its Cost. licol
r rice, 45 miH ttc. Uftiled.
wun.'il on rccfiin ui jtrii-;..
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hu i'iul sl.'io lii u, iiB ouo iui' imtiutvlpilou lu lliv
' 1 AllXUfl 1IA.AA11."
A. CURDETTE SMITH'S
FINE ARTS and POLITE Llteraluro.
Sliisle Ooplon 23 Cent.
Bubwrlptlon Trlff. ft a jfr, ivot.iiil.l, Including
irrmluinorTu llollmra' wortlloriullwmircoio
We our ORnTIFICATKS f.r llil; ;i"'"ij
........ ..i.i...i...,n I'l'll'lt nf mir IllEI.
lil.r.VATflltH H1 tw flvoii . 1'liACISi'f Ou
.Vu ..r I'.K.m. If il...ln..ll.
A UT1 IflV.II flm frv IllinhCl
niu.t iii'iuiiitui, iitit ai tivc miiKiwitio to Smith's Illustrated Pattern Bazaar
bo fouml in tins ctiunlry, ami every iut-i tsnmpie copy, ssccnt.
son ulio begin Willi titkins it, will, subscription I'rlec.ji.ionjca-, potpalil.
NDVKI! ilist OHlillUe 11 Hllilis it is iuli-i oao ilollar'n wortU ot riutcraa given to each
lialie'il. Isubscrlber two ns premium.
$4,500.00 iu Gold
Wo will cleS.CHi.io In noi.I LOI.S'to
prrsons who miiU us thu lurt'iht iiiiiiiUt
bubscrlbi'rs to our "World ot Jr'ublitous," ut
cadi, before Mareli b. Mc..
As follow si To tlioiltttcr-iipof the
Vil Ijtivet club
at ijirt'Cbi club
4 1 u i.nwst club
Mil l.;iri:'i tlub
r.tli l.uiiri'i-l elm
'Ill Urue:t club
(.Hi l.uru'i st club
nil l.illRit ilul
1 IU l.tiri;rM ilul
xiw.iio in limn enin.,
1-11 lui In llnlil f'r.lti
130.(0 111 liold colli.
1VU.IKI ill (illlU com
lli'.nu 111 (Inlilioln.
tno i o in eiuiii coin.
rii.iu iii liuiiii'iiin,
tn.i) in (low com.
niul bo ou to thu Ulli lurgiht club.
Vol' ejet a premium for every subierllwr you
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Iht, bosl Its the names und I', (., addrenwii ot Ins iK;rsoiii to w bom we have Just paid ta,135..
iid In Hold, iiceonlliii; to uur pii'Mum ollei's. You can wilto to one or allot them, and they will
ti'll you that wu do as wo prouile,
VSlJl) 1) lp CJ'1 way Is to send your own subscription to cither of our Magazines, when
1 VJ U 11 1) IJO L Jou will Bet the llrnt uuialu riuidjoureertliUatesot preiiiluius, whlcli
on cun snow, and at unco Imi-iii koHIii bubicrlbers, or b.'Ud 'a cunts
45 centa tor one copy, tend btainp for l'ulion e'alalo;iio.
7. O. Hoe 5065.
THE KENNKSAW GAZ15TTK,
A SluMl lll.Y l'AI'1,11, i ll I lnllCll AT
Devoted lo Itallroad luleie H. Mlerature, Wit and
Humor, u cents Dor ear. 1'bruiuu loeeerv sub-
scrlber. Addreu Ki.nncs4W mjkvft,
CHAItLES W. HUNYON.
Keep on Hand tho
In the County.
in the Country.
& SON, Bloomsbui'g, Pa.
Costumo wins tbo ndmlrallou
equal bcauiy. It None of tho
CO N PRESENTS!
will Una It po(ussc3 just tho pecret clurm that 1
w ere n r f onil antat ouly
with clotli modi.1, 00 cti.
i ilia t. l libiw
II nuv ii....nii
Coin to Give Away
cai Wo wlUBlvot2.600.00liOI.li COIN to 1S3 per.
nf boim wliutiml us tbo luiKtt. iiiiiiiIht of ul.
U n'rlLirs to our "llaiaar," tit 11.10 cacti, beforo
March 1. Info.
Ah follow h i to the tietler-up of tho
vu liirt'iht club....,
8ll UllKCkt club....,
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5th ljirtrekt club....
Uh I.urrfest club
till UirKibt club,,,
li til iJiwesl club
, -.! o in uoki coin.
, lNi.mi in Hold coin.
, lv5.no in riold coin.
, l ii.oo In (iold coin.
, JV(H) in (iold coin.
. 60.0" In (Iold coin.
, wo In (iold coin.
, iu.ou tu (iold coin.
, S.1.U0 In (Iold coin.
inn Lament ciuo,.
.i.oti in ooid com.
niul so on to the 13JJ largest club.
sen 1 m. ANI every subscriber Rets a premium.
name, or Hlbboii. Itctii:lrcalHjr-r.lscf J.. v5S'Jj!; V !
Inch Roods for intlro Hilt, Kn. nf nut, ?.'ft,Ty..i ftl
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No. nf mcnklit. aTill nallcrll. wltU aT5jt23S&' ftl&
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t. IUJ11DETT SMITH,
911 llioadway, TTcvtr Vork City,
formal Ion about
iiuuiiuau ; Jiiuiijuuii,,,,,,!.,,, vi niii..
should subscribe tor UicMoummi .Nkn, published at
Mieaiiiiali, I. ii. Iially, iu; Weekly, it ir milium,
Advi rliM ia ileslrliiK euntoiucrs In these Mali a
should ii.su Hi column. It ti the best lianer In II. n
tioullieast, Hpciluien enplii eiit en reetln ot 8
iv n is. Addit'sa J, II. 1.6,11
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BLANK MOUTtiAUluS fortulethtai.atthi
the price, one dollar,