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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSii UIIG , COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
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liull Komi Tlmo Talilc.
LACKAWANNA llt.OO.MSIIUtiO IIAIMIOAII
Accommodation 'f rnln
,0.15 A., M. T.MA..M.
T.SD A. M t: i V. M
, 1.40 l'.Jt. 11.MA.M
CltTAWISSA HAII. ltOAl).
Accommodation Train Mi A. M. 7,00 1 M,
Itotfular r.rprcss K.M 1. M. 11,35 A. M.
riiroiit'h curs on Kxnresi (rain cither to New York
or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between
Catawl9sn nnd wiiuamspori.
fnlnflkf n l. M" I M llf triltUl ik toi.tiMn
H .iltl.r. wilt l. wrdtled wild th aa.o.l lb. ho.1 tt Rr.fk.
mj A Ilnfll. Tkt Arm will Klio All kit lit.frtl.lng cunlntU.
fc'co Idling of llio litillilliig of Slato Normal
Tlic f.tll term of tlio Orangevlllo Academy
will open on llio Mtli Inst.
In np'ito of llio bug", potatoes nro paid to bo
plenty every where, mid in many localities the
crop is said to ho llio largest ever produced.
Italpli I!. Little, Kw., brother of II. II. Little,
Km., of this place, lias been nominated for l'rei
ident Judgo by tho Democrats of Sil.npicliaiin.i
A corrcpondent of llio Sullivan Democrat
turn "Iiporto is a email town but tbcro is n big
country surrounding it!'1 Tho latter fact will
tcirccly bo doubted.
l'maniiel Connor, of Clreoiuvooil, wo regret to
learn, wan killed on Saturday last, by being
thrown from 11 wagon. We have not learned
The Nonesuch and Hough and 1 lenity ba?o
ball club played n gamo at Calnwiwa on the 'Jolli.
The former won by a scoro of lit) to 15. .Scorer,
John Gilbert, Umpire, W. A. McKiill.
A pirtial eclipse of the sun camo ofl accord
ing to programme 011 Wednesday morning last.
About 0110 half of the face of tho run was rbad
owed by tho moon. ..
ltcv. llucUingham denied to tho Prohibitory
convention that he bad authorised the Hrpvblican
to say that ho bad no Bv-nip.itliy with tho move
ment. Well, there, is a "lib" out somewhere.
The Christian Conference in Hosnionat present
at ltohraburg is u hiiccc., at least in point of
numhcrii. Tho Scranton delegation was coin
pelltd to lay over at this place on account of in
adequate accommodations. The Conference will
lemaiii in session during the balance of tho
There will Lea meeting of Democrats of the
town of llloonisbtirg, on Saturday evening, tho
fcecond of October, lit half past seven o'clock, at
the Commissioners' office, for the purpose of or
ganizing n Democratic campaign club.
ly order of tho Vigilance Committee,
W. J. HfcKAi.KW, Chairman.
Judge Warren J. Woodward, of the Supreme
Court of this State, spent several ilays in Iilooms
burg during tho present week, visiting Hon. C.
Jl. Iliiekalew. Judge W. was formerly a resi
dent of Illoomsburg and President Judge of this
judicial district. In point of ability be is one of
the foremost men in the State, either as states
man or expounder of tho law.
Tlic llriar Creek and Centre Oranges of Pa
trons of Husbandry will have a Iia-kct I'ic-nic
at the camp ground, on land of Joseph P. Con.
ner, in Centre township, on Tuesday, October
Btli, 1875. Addresses will be delivered ill the
forenoon and afternoon. V. 15. Piolelt and other
speakers will bo 111 attendance. All Patrons,
mid olbers mo cordially invited to paiticipite.
J. Wu-i.i:v Howman,
J. P. CoxNint,
Commitltco of Arrangements.
Centre townshii, Sep. 'J'.l, 1875.
Vfiday evening, October 1st, this popular and
accomplished comedian will appear at the Opera
1 i 1 u -( in this place, in tho medley show of
"Zvkcn, the Showman." Mr. Thonip-on is al
ready Known to many of our citizens, anil as lie
comes with a drama of sterling merit, and a su
perb company, he will undoubtedly have a full
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCKKN:
The refusal of Mathias Hal (man to have his
name go bcfoio the public as n candidate fur
County Commissioner, on tho Prohibition ticket,
I lie namo of J. A. Robert, of Montour town
ship, has been substituted instead for that odice.
I'ktiiu A. ISai.uy,
Chairman County Cammiitce.
thi: nxciiANcii: hotel.
Ono of the most popular intitiitio,is of our
town is tho ICxchange Hotel, kept by "mine
huvt," Major W. II. Koons. It is first -cla-vi and
in its workings perfect in every detail. As a
criteria!! tho laudations pronounced upon it by
the traveling public, as well as the public in
general, is sufiicient. Tho gentlemanly clerk,
Mr. A. JJ. Miller, is always alert and active,
with an eye single to the comfort of tho guests
of this famed caravansery.
SAD TKIIMINATION 01' A I'AMILY ITl'I).
On last Sabbath Samuel Ilogart, of Itnhrs
burg, was brought to Illoomsburg, by Constable
Hugh 1'erman, and lodged in jail to await a
hearing for tho killing of his father-in-law,
Abrani Kline, n hotel keeper, also of the same
place. Tho particulars of this unpleasant affair
arc, as near an wo can learn, as follows! bora
long time there lias ken bad blood exi-ting be
tvveeii liogart ami Kline, and 11 September 7lh,
after somo bitter woids, Ilogart ordered Kline
out of his store. Ho went, but returned again,
ht 11 liogait attacked him with a pitch-fork, in
Hiding a wound near tho left eye, width, It is
said, was partially healed at tho tinio of his
iliulh, In this connection wo havo two stories.
one that It was tho wound from the folk, and
another that It win fiom Injuries sustained by
Ihefall. On but Saturday evening, however,
Klluo diid, after lingiiing nineteen days. l!o-
gait will have a healing on Monday, October
Ith. Wo foibear giving any of tho numerous
rumors In regard to tho nfliiir as tho healing
will 110 doubt dcvelopo the truth.
NOHMAL KCIIOOL llt'II.llINO.
At a meeting of the Trustees of the Normal
l-'ehool, held at the eiflico of the Secretary, on
Monday evening last, 011 a report from the
President of the lloaid, that ho had received
drafts for all tho insurance money 011 tho build
ing, Mr. llaiklcy oll'crcd thu following!
JlesuticJ, That tho thanks of llio .Hoard of
Trustees of the Stale JSoiiiial School are Iieiehy
tt'iideiiil Mr. l'leas llrowu, agent, and the olli
ecrs of tho Aetna, lloyal, J.ancii-hire, Liverpool.
Loudon, (llobe, Hambuig, Ilremen, Atlas and
l'iro Assoeiutlon, of Philadelphia, Insurance
Companies, in which policies wero Held upon
it,., v, yi.,,i 1.,, 11,11 nir liiinieil ml llio 'lib
thu (iriniti Kplinul lilll(illtl".
jnst., for tho pieuuptness with which they havo
iiuiio seiiiemeiiis 01 1110 iipecniu sum m
iiiiuiice, amounting in tho aggregato lo fliO.OOO.
lUmhal, That tho Hoard of Trusters aro iman
llllitiulvlii ie'i.if tlio r. InilldiiiL' of tho lllooms.
jlirer SiOiln VnMiinl S1I1011I. anil niuii ovo of tho
cnttluti of tho same', with tho exlonslon of thu
A ..... ' . . .1 I ... I. ...!....
ironi 10 jii-j led, aim leaving 1110 oaes wina
upon tho old foumbitioii. and nuking thu bulbb
Jug biiekjtmr stories high,
Tho building ionimlllco was diiectid lo re
ceiyo proposals for llio tnllro structure-, and abo
for tin) sepaiato pints therefore, with a view lo
Ibo allotment of llio contract at llio lowest rales,
The hritk of tho burnt building have" bit 11 clear'
d oll'uiid about 100,000 nro saved In good m-
dllion, 'i'lic L'le.unds w ill at onto be cleared oil'
and every ncccwiiry picparatlon bo inado for
building. Jf Ibo weather conllnnes favuraldu It
i ejcpetttd that Ibo new building will bo under
ioof wllldn sixty days. Tho Tiiislecs. 1110 pw
ending rupldly, but surely and safely, audabet'
ler building than over will hoon bo up and in
IMl'OllTANT oriNION ON L1CENCKS.
OriNioi op ,H-noi! Ui.weix tiie bciuect op ma-
(IIKIInNtHV I'OWlll IN 1IIK t'OlllTSONIUKSlIIUr.CT
lleforo proceeding to bear and decldo upon
tho several applications far hotel licenses now
presented to Us for adjudication it Is proper that
bolh applicants and citizens generally should bo
Informed, as to the views held by tho court upon
tho subject of tho extent lo which tho court may
exereiso a discretion upon the subject of grant
ing or refusing licenses. It is tho moro neces
sary that our views bo announced because some
Judges havo held that tho discretion committed
lo litem Is wholly nrbltrary, while others bold
that the act of 1875 takes from tho courts all
discretion and requires lliem to grant all licenses
ayplicd for wlehout regard to tho public neces
sities. In order to ascertain both tho power and the
duty of tho courts in tho matter of granting and
refusing licenses It i nccessnfy to consider sev
eral acts of Assembly relating to the subject,
llritlly stated, the legislation upon this branch
of tho cxclso laws Is 11s follows i
The net of lllh March, 1R31, (paniph. p. 117)
gavo tho several Courts of Quaner Sessions pow
er lo grant licenses according to tho regulations
therein contained. Ono of these restrictions
was that "no court shall license any inn or tav
ern which shall not bo necessary lo accommo
date the public and entertain strangers and
In 1850 a law was passed specially providing
a mode of procedure to obtain a license. ISylt
the courts wero required to fix a lime, by rule
or standing order, at width applications for
licenses shall be heard, at which time .ill persons
applying or making objections lo applications
might bo beard, by evidence, petition, remon
strance or counsel.
Tho act of 'JOth April, 1833, requires the Court
to licar evidence other than that presented by
tlm applicant, and lo grant or refuse the license
in accordance with the evidence.
In 1S.VJ another net was passed providing for
a full hearing of the applicant, and of thosu who
might remonstrate and declaring it lawful for
the Court to refuse the license when in its opin
ion the hotel or tavern in epiestion was not nec
essary for the accommodation of the public and
the entertainment of strangers and travellers.
l!y a proviso to this act tho exercise of discre
tion as to the necessity of inns and taverns is
confined lo that given by tho act of March,
Again, on tho 2'il March, 1SG7, the Courts
arc autliomcil to hear petitions anil remon
strances and to refuse tho license whenever in
the opinion of the Court it is not necessary for
the accommodation of the public and the en
tertainment of strangers and travellers.
The act of 1872, known as the Local Option
law, elid not repeal any previous law; it merely
suspended the operation of the license law, for
the liino being, in the counties which voted "no
license." When that law was repealed by the
fust section of the act of 12th April, 1875, the
former laws were again called into active opera
tion in the no licen-e counties, and were then
the rule throughout the State, unless they were
repealed by other portions of this act.
In delivering the opinion of the Supremo
Court in Sehlaudecker vs. Marshall 2a. P. V.
Smith 203 Agnew J. after slating the several
acts of Assembly on the subject of license says:
"No subject has been productive of more difier-
enco of opinion and practice than this in the
Iifie.Te.11t judicial districts in the State. Some
judges holding It to be obligatory on tho court
to grant every license where the applicant has
brought himself within the provisions of the
law as to the terms of his application, and others
boldingHiat they are not bound to grant any li-cen-iM
whatsoever. Clearly neither opinion i.
right; the di-erction which the courts exercise
being ,i tound di-eretion upon the circumstance
of each cae as it is presented to the Court, and
not a general opinion upon the propriety or im
propriety of granting licenses."
He cites the several acts of assembly from
1S31 down to 1872 and from them deducts the
conclusion that "it is the duty of the court to
hear and determine each case on its evidence
and facts ; to nsceilain the fitness of the appli
cant and the necessity of the houso for the pub
lic accommodation." To bo a rightful iudi;mcnt
it must he exercised in the particular case and
upon the facts ami circumstances before the
court after they have been heard and duly con
sidered. It is noticeable that tho now law, except in
regard to the amount of the license feu mid (lie
amount and condition of the bonds required of
applicants, makes no mention of a single requi
site necessary to the obtaining of a license. As
to the citicn-hip of the applicant the filing
and publication and contents of the petition
tho ceititicato of character, and tho action to be
taken by the Court upon petition, remonstran
ces and evidence presented, and also In regard
to transfers and revocations of licences, it is si
lent. Unless, therefore, tho former laws upon
these subjects remain in force, there is nothing
to guide the practice of tho Court, or govern ils
decisions upon license questions.
It is a well settled rule, that a statute can bo
repealed only by express provision of 11 subse
quent law or by necessary implication ; and this
can only be when there is such repugnancy be
tween the new law and the old that they can not
stand together. "Wherever," says Hlack, C. J.,
"two acts can be made to stand together it is tho
duly of tho judge to give bolh of them full cf
ftct ; even when they aro seemingly repugnant,
they must, if pus-ibb1, have such a construction
that ono may not repeal tho other, unless the
latter ono contains negativo words, or the inten
tion to repeal is manifest by some intelligible
form of expression." ISrown vs. County Com
missioners 0 Harris -13.
There are no words of repeal in tho uct of
1875, except as to the Local Option law. The
natural, if not necessary inference therefore is,
that the Legislature intended It to bo auxiliary
to, and in aid of tho purpose of the old law. In
stead of evincing any intention to limit or di
minish tho powers and discretion of the Couit
tiased nnoii evidence, as conferred by former
laws, it expressly re-enacts in the saino words so
much of the act of 185(! as requires "the Courts
to fix by rule or standing order a lime at which
.indication for licensts shall be heard, at winch
time nil persons applying or making objections
to applications for license may lie heard by cvi-
lence, petitions, remonstrance or counsel." I lie
hearing thus required was not designed to bo a
meio idlo ceremony. Its purpose is fully e'X'
plained by tho acts of 1858 and 1807. It is madi
thereby to extend, not only lo the fitness of the
applicant, hut the Couit Is required to r.c the
license If in its opinion the necessities of the
public and tho cnteitalnnient of strangers or
travellers do not require a public house to bo
kept at Ibo point designated. If tho Legislature
bad Intended that tho character of objection, to
.1 license, should nol bo as broad and compre
hensive as befuie allowed, it surely vonld In
some way have, at least intimated such inten
tcutloii by appropriate word. In tho absence
of a clearly expressed or Implied Intention to
ablegate Ibo laws which have for forty years
authorised tho Courts to benr and pass upon
nai'li implication nccordiiiir lo Its merits, I hold
that no such intention existed.
it does not, in my Judgment follow, that any
restriction or limitation of llio powers or duties
of tho Couit was Intended by the increase of tho
On Iho contrary It Is manifest that llio Legls.
latino Intended, by continuing tho powers and
duties of Iho Cumin in heretofore', by increasing
the llcciifo fee and iho amount of bonds, and by
adding beuvler penalties for violations of the
law. mid 11U0 by imposing furllier civil llama
lbs. " lo restrain nnd 1 egululo Iho salo of liquors."
In Iho case till.', tho prtscnt Chief Justice
holds Ibis language, "Whether any or all II
ceusts should lie granted Is n legislative not a
Inillclal iiuisllon. Courts bit to administer tho
Tho law of tho land has: delcrnilncel that li
censes shall exist, nnd has imposed upon Ibo
Court tho duty of ascertaining tho proper in
stances in which licenses hall bo granted, and
therefore has gtven it to llio Court to elccido
upon each case as it arises in due coursoof
law. Tho act of deciding Is judicial and not
arbitrary or wilful. Tho judgment must be
based upon llio facts of each caso as presented,
Wc bold thai these views nro applicable to
Iho satno extent elnco tho net of 1 875 as before.
Tor Iheso reasons wo will iicar nil that may bo
offered for and ngalnst these licenses In order
that wc may disposo of tho application accord
ing to their respective merits.
Public interest is now centering on the ap
proaching Fair, and tho number of exhibitors
will bo large. In tho way of horseflesh that
enthusiastic horseman, Major W. II. Koons,
will tint be behind, lie is a true horseman in
the full acceptance of tho term, with a just ap
preciation of llio points nnd value of iho nnhlo
animal. Ills stables, which are attended to
wltii great care', contain several trotting horses
that havo attracted considerable attention nt
neighboring Pairs thu present season. If Iho
perpetuation of a good slock of the equine race
was in the hands of such gentlemen as Major K.
there would be little danger of the deterioration
that is now in progress from over-running, and
I'UOIIIIHTION COfNTY CONVENTION.
UMxrasDi-iui, September i ls75.
Pursuant to .1 call issued by J.M. llnrman,
and others, a niiinticrof tho voters of Colum
bia County convened lit tho Opera House for
tho purpose of effecting a county organiza
tion of tho Prohibition party.
Tho convention was called to order by J,
M. llnrman, member of tho Stnto Central
Committee, nt 2 i m. Prayer was oUcrcel
by ltcv. Stuart Mitchell. The convention
was then organized by electing P. 11. H.ildy,
President and L. 11. Kline, Secretary.
On motion, n Committco of three consist
ing of N. P. John, ,1. A. Roberts nnd Ci. W.
Corrcll, was appointed to draft resolutions
exprossivo of tho seuso of the convention.
Tho Secretary read a communication from
Hov. N. S. Iluckinghnm, correcting n state
ment made in tlic last isilto of tho Jtcimbli
can ns to his position in regard to this Con
The Committee on resolutions presented
the following report, which was unanimous
ly adopted :
WllimnAS, While we recognize all tho ac
credited moral agencies for tho reformation
of tho inebriate, and the general education
of society on tho question of temperance,
and make use of all tho means known to an
enlightened philanthropy, wo at the same
time rccognizo tho fact that the licensed traf-'
fie in liquors sustains tho relation of an ef
ficient cause to drunkenness and all its dire
ful concomitants. That tho dram shop is
the chief counteracting forco of all temper
ance efforts, that it both creates the evil de
mand and furnishes the vilo supply by invit
ing and fostering the drinking usages of so
ciety, that it is in fact tho stronghold of in
temperance, and behind which tho enemy is
invulnerable to all ordinary modes of attack,
WiiKitKAH, this stronghold can only bo
readied by the forco of ballots, and all other
political parties aro hopelessly unwilling to
adopt an adequate policy on this question,
Hcaolccd, 1st. That wo heartily approvo
and hereby endorse the platform and princi
ples of tho Prohibition party adopted at
Ilarrisburg, June fltli, 1S75, and that we ac
cept as our standard bearers for this cam
paign ItonnttT Auiii.iiy HnowNi: for Gov
ernor, ami Hlijah Pi:nnyi'AC!;i:i'. for
State Treasurer, and that wo will uso all
honorable means to secure their election.
2d. That tho repeal of tho Local Option
Law by thu Legislature of tho State of Penn
sylvania was a wicked disregard of the will
of a majority of the people in 11 counties of
tho State, and of a respectable minority in
the remaining 20 counties, and that both
tho great political parlies of the State aro
equally culpable becauso cither party could
have prevented this violation of tho rights
and consciences of the people.
3d. That we have lost all confidence in
these great political parties so far as sympa
thy witli the temperance cause is concerned.
1th. That wo deny tho insinuation and
charges mado by our enemies, that in this
movement wo aro designedly or ignorautly
working in tho interest of either of those po
5th. That prompted by convictions of du
ty to our fellow men, our country and God,
wo declare our purpose to vote the Temper-
anco Prohibitum ticket, and will use our
personal iullucnco in its behalf.
0th. That wo immediately proceed to or
ganize this county by tho formation of a
county committee, consisting of well tried
P. it. ll.ildy was elected chtiirm.111 of tho
county committco with power to add to the
cotnmitti'o ono voter from each ward and
township in tho county.
The convention then nominated tho fol
UUU.Vi l TlUMr.
State Senator K. M. Towksbitry, C.ita-
Associate Judge J. M. lfaruuin, Orange,
Commissioner J. A. lloberts, Montour
Treasurer G. W. Corrcll, Illoomsburg.
Protbonolary Perry ISlack, ltohrsburg.
Register and Recorder P. R. Il.tldy, Cat-
Auditor M. M. Applematt, Greenwood.
Tho Secretary was authorised to kindly re
quest tho editors of tho county papers to
publish tho proceedings of this convention.
Adjourned, L. IS. Kl.l.vi:, See'y.
Wo havo ever been an ndvocato of frugal
ity and economy, but upon tho same princi
ple that requires pcoplo to clotho themselves
decently and keep their faces clean, wo In
sist that every thing should bo done decent
ly and in order, ami in a creditable way to
tho people concerned, Wc nro led to this
couro of remark by tho action of tho Co
lumbia county Agricultural Society. In the
direction of liorso racing, and somo other
humbugs, its officers nro liberal nnd even
prodigal. In reference lo premiums on the
productions of tho county they tire parsimo
nious and mean. 1 ho press is nlmeist utter
ly ignored, nnd except for tho generosity of
tho editors tho publiu would scarcely know
that a fair was ever held. 13ven in tho print
ing of hand bills they are so close fisted as
to prices that printers cannot afford to give
them a decent bill. That of this year is ut
terly disgraceful to the county ns well us to
tho society nnd olllcers wlioso names aro
printed or daubed upon it. This much by
way of indicating a reform that seems neces
sary for tho credit of the county and every
body in It. Tho writor of this bin now no
pecuniary interest in tho subject and may
therefore speak plainly, without tho sugges
tion presenting itself that hois endeavoring
to iirnmoto his own interest,
A liltlo local of a few lines in 0110 of our
columns is tho extent of creditable adveitis.
ing tho officers of llio Society seem to think
it is pioper to do.
A political change In Pennsylvania propor
llonato lo that in Maine will give Pershing nnd
l'lnh it u iimiority of fifty thousand. All llio
sign nro propitious.
Mr. 0, 13, Myers, lale foreman nmt local
editor of tho CoLUMMAN,hastnkcnchnrgoof
tho Mountain Ikho, nt Shlckshlnny, nnd will
hereafter bo its principal editor. Mr. Myers
is a good printer nnd business man, nnd pos
sesses promising ability ns a writer. If sup
ported, as ho will no doubt deserve, lie will
soon inako tho 1'cho a valuablo nnd crcdlta-
blo locnl Institution, nnd with tho nddltton
of somo experience wilt becomo n successful
nnd popular writer. Tbcro is no moro crcd
itablo sentiment tlinu that which disposes
generous hearted people to nld and encour
ngo young men of good habits and lattdablo
hopes of working their wny to prominence
nnd usefulness. Wo hope, thcroforc,thfittho
pcoplo of Shlckshlnny will appreciate our
young friend and fully exhibit tho virtue wo
havo alluded to.
Col. Grotz somo time ngo presented llio ed
itor witli a sack of (lour manufactured by tho
Metropolitan Middlings Purifying Company
at llagcrstown, Maryland, from which wo
had somo of tho best bread wo have eaten
since bltto stem wheat went out of fashion.
Tho process, wo aro informed, first cleans
tho grain of every particle of dust or dirt
in fact thoroughly scouring it and then it is
shelled. It is certainly a very superior arti
cle. Wyoming Seminary nnd Commercial College-,
Kingston, Luerno county, P.i., has accommo
dations for 175 boarders and 200 day scholars.
Students received nt any time and charged for
bnaid from thu lime of admission. Students
pieparesl for college, leaching and business.
Commercial course and telegraphy unsurpassed.
Common Kuglish studies thoroughly taught.
College preparatory couisc eeiual lo thai of any
other school. Send for n catalogue and 11 Com
mercial Journal lo Rev. I). Copeland, Ph. I).
Commercial students address Prof. L. L.
VIST. CULTUIti: AND WINK MAKING.
Mr, Alfred Speer, of Passaic, K, J., so long
aim lavoruoiy Known ns tiie wine man 01 rew
Jer-e-y, expects n larger yield of crapes lids
year than usual, and has reduced tho price of
ins lour year otit port so as lo bring it witlun
tho reach of thu poorer families who need a
pure and rich wine for medicinal purposes.
Mr. Spier's mode of fermenting nnd keening
Ids wine differ from the usual methods. This
is tho reason why it is so much superior in
quality, but it requires four years management
and changing of temperature in order to make
such a perfect fine wine as it is; the knowledge
of changing lo various temperatures at difi'erent
times, anil at the right time, is where ho has
the advantage of getting so rich a wine without
the use of liquor. Large quantities of Speer's
Port Grape Wine havo been ordered to South
America, and by Kuropeans. Physicians rec
ommend it as superior to nieist of the Kuropcan
wines. It is dealt in largely by druggists.
TOWAKDA ROOTS 1 TO WAXDA ROOTS!
Ruy them, try them and you will always
want them. Tor sale at McKinucy's who is solo
agent for Hurl's fine Shoes.
Ladies, when you nro in want of .Goods
drop in and see how low Clark et Wolf aro
ollcring their large block for cash.
You can get Hill's Semper Idem or Fruit
of the Loom bleached muslins, ono yard
wide, at Lutz & Sloan's for 12 cents per
yard or 12 cents tier yard by tho bolt. Ap
pleton A brown muslin 11 cents per yard or
10 cents yard by the bolt. Good dress cali
coes 8 cents per yard, best finality 10 cents.
HATS I HATS! HATS!
Lowest Prices !
At I). Lowenbcrg's.
Lutz and Sleian havo received their new
goods and arc opening them at extremely
low prices for cash only.
Now open, a full stock of foreign and do
mestic Dress Goods, the best and largest ev
er had by us, at prices extremely low for
cash at Clark et Wolfs.
Roots for fall trade at Knorr's just received
Wanted, a man to work on coate,also girls
to work 011 pants and vests, for Win. Morris
A full stock of hosiery, botli woolen and
cotton, very cheap at Clark et Wolf's.
The Columbia county Fair will pehcld at
Illoomsburg, October, 13, 11, and 15. Tho
prospects for a grand exhibition are flutcritig.
JCxcursion tickets will bo issued on all the
ilifi'ercntrailroadsleadingtothis place. 2t
C. C. Marr has the largest strek of 13. liutler
ick e: Cu's. Dress Patterns in town.
Ladies, you will find a full stock of shoes
very cheap at Clark et Woll's.
Ca-h and Produce buys cheap atC, C, Marr's.
Xow Goods nt Chirk it Wolf's.
The largest Stock ill the county to select from
at 1). Lowcnberg's.
Pewter Sand for salo at Ru.ssi:i.'ri.
Wo havo tho biggest bargain in Ribbons
that was ever offered to tho people of this
county for cash, at Clark it Wolf's. Sash
Ribbjiis 0 and 7 inches wide, at 25 cents per
Good clean Coal to bo bad only of C. W.
Xeal et Ilro. 32tf
"Xew (ioods at Knurr's for fall trade.
lino of liaby's Cloaks at Clark
Cheese! Cheese! Cheese!
of Cheese at Ru-selV.
Clark eV oil sell the liazar cut paper
patterns, j ry mem.
1'or a stylish Ready Mado Suit go lo D.
Go lo C. O. Marl's for nice Dress Gouds.
l'utMi:us, Attention. Iti'sci:!. takes Rutter
I'ggs, Lard anil Produce in e.chuuge for goods.
For a Nobby Shiit go lo D. Lowcnberg's.
Don't ho worries! and nnnvesl with not only a
poor quality of Coal but dirtv and slaty besides,
but buv of C. W.Nuai, & Ruo. who ileal only
ill the best qualities, 32tf
RiK-el is leeelviiiir fresh Watermelons, Can-
lelopev, llanaiias, iVx',, daily.
Worsted fringes nt Clark .t Wolf's
Go to Rus.SHi.L'ri fur vour Clroceries.
sells for cash nnd will not bo undersold.
Klegant Coats and Vests,
In Ready Madcs,
at 1), LoweiibergV,
Flannels in great variety at Clark it Wolf
Fine stock of Rubbers at McKinucy's,
Under wear for Ladies und OenU at
Clark & Wolf's.
Farmers in want of first class articles of
Threshers and Cleaners; nUo, one and two
borso Tread Rowers, call on or address J, M,
UiibhUcr, Light .Street, Columbia County, l'a.
You can get a reversible Ottainnii t-liavvl
ut Lul. & Honu'ii tor 8ft cents, und nu em
bossed felt kkirt, hulles nine, for 7ft cents,
('. W. Ni:.l. it lliio., spare iioexiieuso liisetid
out iilco Coal, ll'.'lf
Clruniilatcd Sugar for salo at Ruksei.'s.
Felt skirts nt Clark et Wolf's.
O.it Meal for salo at 1 tinsel's. Call and tiy it.
When you go to Philadelphia stop at
tho Allegheny House, No. 812 und 81-1 Mar
kct street j having been recently renovated.
Price only $2 icr duy. A, Heck,
March 10,70-ly Pioprletor.
Fruit Jars for sale at .M, M.
Obi I'.stnUMieil Coal Yard.
O. W. Ni:al h lllto., Wholcsalo fc Retail
Dealers in nit sizes of the best qualities oi
Red mid White Ash Conl, nt the cry lowest
tnnrketrntcs. llnvoconstantly on hand largo
and Llmcburner'n Conl.
Kspecial attention given to tho prepara
tion of coal before leaving our yards, Grain
nnd Lumber taken in exchange for coal.
Coal delivered to nny jinrt of tho town nt
short notice. Orders left nt I. W. McKclvy's
store, or nt our olllcc, will rccclvo prompt at
tention. Ofllco nnd Yards nt William Ncnl
ft Sons' Furnace, Fast Illoomsburg. Your
patronngo respectfully solicited,
COAL. 7 tf 25 COAL
Win. Morris it Co., nt their new store In tho
Kxchango block, havo just received a grand
stuck of Men's nnd Hoys' Clothing, Gents' Fur
nishing Goexls, Hats nnd Cap", Clothes, Cass!
incrcss iCc, nil of which nro offered to tho pub
lic or will bo made up lo order at the most rea
If you want a first class Farm Wagon,
If you want a Platform Pleasure ngun,
If yon want an Fliptic Spring Wagon,
If you want a Pleasure Wagon,
If you want vour Wncon put in cood trim.
If you want repairs .elono good with short
notice, no to J. it. f At'?.
Something new in Ladies ties nt Clark it
Wolfs. Call am! see them.
All Coal slali d and screened before leaving
tho obi I'stabli-liesl coal yard of C. W. Nr.At. it
On tho 23illnst., at tho resilience of tho brldo's
father. In llrlarcreek: township, -Mr, AltTIIUIt KTN
KLE, to .Miss ALL1U LAM ON, daughter ot Wm.
In lTslilntjcrecl; township, on tho 53tlot September,
i!rs.SAKAH A. IIEAI.Elt, consort of l'ctcr Healer,
agcil fs) .years, 11 months anil 4 il.iys.
In Kingston, l'a., on Friday, September 10, IST.i, at
tho resilience ot Jtr. Jesse Heard, CHAItl.ES A.
l'T'IXMKIt, sonot lieorgo .1, and Sarah I'ullmeri of
Flshlnircreck township, ot typhoid fcuT, agel 19
years, 1 month ami ft! d.i) s.
Tho thanks of tho bereaved parents and relatives
arc returned to Mr. and .Mrs. Jesse Heard, and other
Kingston ladles, for thctr kindness to tho deceased
white there.) O. sj. f
Wheat per bushel
Hour per barrel -
sides .fc Shoulders
bard per pound
Hay per ton
IJUOTATIONS FOH COAL.
No. 4 on Wharf f 4,00 per Ton
No. 5 " " 3.M " "
.No. 0 " n,ei
isiacksmltirs Lump on wharf $ 4,on " "
lueuiiiinous o,uv "
"Tlmo tries all things," and lias proeen that Wis-
tar's llalsam of Wild Cherry Is the remedy par excel
lence for tho cure ot coughs, elds, croup, whooping
cough, bronchitis, asthma, phthls-lc, boro throat, in-
llueiiza, and "last, not least," consumption, fiu
cents and It a buttle, largo bottles much the cheaper.
IMPORTANT HESfLTS PLEASANTLY ACHIEVED.
Although tho days of Irrational inculcation aro
happily pausing away, and Intelligent physicians
hao ceased to measure tho Mipposctlc'l cacy of a
remedy by the Wolenco ot Its effects, thero btlll Hu
ge rsainong tho older practlttonersafew of these pre
illleellonsla favorof "heroic" treatment, which It
w ould be lucky for their patients If they had aban
doned, one of these Is a fondness for administering
drastic purgatives, suili us blue pill, calomel, Jalap
anil castor oil, A contrast of the effects of these
drenching drugs with tho mild nnd benellelent oper
ation of Hostler's stomaeli Hitters, Is tho very best
argument that can bo adduced against tho wisdom
of such destructive treatment. The old fashioned
cathartics convulse tho stomach, and relax llio bow
els so abruptly and copiously as to weaken them.
Hosteller's Hitters, on tho contrary, never grlpo tho
intestines, but produeo a laxatlio effect resembling
the action of nature. At tho same time they lemove
tho cause ot constipation, by arousing the dormant
liver to secrete tho bile necessary to llio regular
performance of theexcretlie function, and enable
tho stomach to thoroughly digest the food. Indiges
tion biliousness ha lug bei'ii thus o ercome, a regu
lar habit of body Is tho necessary coiiseiiuenee,
which tho occasional subsequent useot tho Hitlers
renders ierinanent. Every dlsagieeablo symptom
which, In the absence of perfect digestion mid evac
uation, harrasses tho sjstem, vanishes under Hie
liulueneo ot tho great national stomachic and altera
tive. Health and vigor aiu twin blessings that fol
low Its use.
E. F. KUNKEL'S HITTEIl WINK OP IRON.
C.Ives tono to the stomach, Improves tho appetite
and assists digestion ; excites thu bowels to healthy
action, expeUlns all the foul humors that contami
nate the blood, corrupt tho secretions and offend
the breath. It excites the liver to a healthy action
uud strengthens tho nerves, Imparting that glow to
life t hat proceeds ulono from perfect health. T uous
ands In all walks of life, testily to tho virtues of this
excellent medicine in conectlng the derangement
of the digestive organs, (let the genuine. Sold only
In II bot ties. Ask for E. P. Kunkel's Hitter Wine of
Iron, and take no other.
IHM'KI'.-IA. Dlsl'KI'sIl, DVSCKl'SH.
E. P. Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron, a smv cuie for
this disease. 11 has been prescilbcU dallj for many
years la tho practice of eminent plijsletans with un
paralleled success. Symptoms uielossof appetite,
wind undilslngof food, dryness In mouth, head
ache, dizziness, sleeplessness and low spirits, eiet
tho genuine. Nol sold In bulk only l bottles.
Do jouwnnt something to strength! n jju, ora
goodnppetlle? Do jou want to getitdof neivous
ness ? Do uu vv ant energy, sleep well, or bo cured
of dvsnensl.i. kidney or liver disease? Try E. P.
Kunkel's Hitter Wlno of Iron. Every boltlo guaran
teed to do us leeonimeneled. Sold only In l bottles.
Depot and olllce, 'J Noith Ninth St., Philadelphia,
Pa. ticttho genuine, hold by all druggists. Ask
for E. F. Kunkel's, nud lake nu olher.
Hemoved alive vv Ith head complete. In from tw o lo
three hours. No fee llllreniuved, by K. F. Kuukel,
SW North Ninth St., Philadelphia. Seal, pin and
stomach worms also removed. Call and see s advice
free', or send for circular. Ask jour druggist for
Kunkel's W01 m Syrup. Price, f 1 per bottle.
SCIIEFCK'S PULMONIC SYHl'P, Poll THE Cl'lll
OF lO.NSl'.MPTION, COl llHS AND COLDS.
Tho great virtue of this medlelno Is all that It rip.
ens tho matter and throw sit out ot the sj stein, pu
rines the blood, and Ihus effects a cure.
SciiF-xeh's Ski Wkfh Tosie'. ton tub Cniu of Dvs-
1'Cl'SIA, IMUIIKSIION, AC.
Tho Tonic pioduces a healthy action of thostom
ach, ci eating 1111 appetite, foi mliig chj le, uud curing
thu must obstinate cases of Indigestion.
scims'iKS Masuiiakk Piiiji, 1'on Tim cliik of Livtu
Theso puis nro ulterutlve, und produeo a healthy
action of tho liver without tho least danger, us they
uru fieu from calomel, and set mure effueiuus tu re
storing u hetillhy action of the liver.
Theso remedies aro a certain euro for consumption,
as the pulmonic Sj rup ripens tho matter and purl
lies I110 blood. The Muudrake Pills act uhju thu
liver, create a healthy bile, and remavo all disease of
tho liver, olteua cause' of consumption. 'Iho Sea
Weed Tonic glv es tone and strength to the stomach
make s a good digestion, and enables the organs to
form good blood i and thus ere-ates a healthy clrcuu.
tlou of healthy blood. Tho couiblued aellon ot these
medicines, aie thus explained, will cure every caso
of consuiiipttuu, r taken In time, and llio uso of llio
liiedlelnu ueservcd In.
THU MPLTIPI.ICATTON OF DISEASES.
Diseases multiply, onu begi Is another, A tilt'
ling Indisposition may, therefore, orlgliiatoiuuiiipll
cation of dangerous maladies. Indigestion begets
far 111010 formidable dlseosiui; a mullltudu of all
meats me traccablu lo constipation ; fever and ague
unhinged the entire xvstcm, and Is therefore the
soureu of the protean ailments which affect tli.it
portion of llio human oiganlsin. iiosictter sstom.
nch Hitters, how ever, whether resorted tout tho In
cepttou of those dlsordei s ot thu sloiuue h, bowels or
liver, which give tilth to tho majoiltyof diseases
and disabilities, or taken when they have ilpeued
tutu foriuldabio maturity, ato alike poweifultu cure,
The process of recovery Is, of course, lunger when
thu malady has gained headway, but It Is 110110 the
le'ss certain, Dyspepsia, const ipallou, biliousness,
kidney complaints and Intermittent fuver, Invaria
bly told to the oiw rut Ion ot the great alterative and
FARMERS TAKE NOTICE 1
It Is of tfieat linDortiiiiic to J oil what kind of
manure joiiupilj I-jhii vvhcot Lands this fall. If
you want a iroud crop of heat nejt season, nnd n
heavy clop ot (iros lo fullon . use
Eaw Bono Super Phosphate
Put tip In soon. bags.
Tho baso Of this old Established Article Is Itavv or
Unburncd Hones, nnd Its strength cannot bo cx
huusteil with tho crop of Wheal, but wlllprovocf.
fecllvo on tho follow tug crop of (Jrass, and will also
permanently Irnprovo tho soil,
Farmers look to ourown Interest nnd rrovolf
what wo say about
BaugiVs Raw Bonn Phosnliato
1 Unto or false, and notify us ottho result. Mako
application lor It early tojour nearest Dealer In
Manures, and If jou cannot securo II through them,
Bend j our orders direct to j our friends
BAUOI-I & SONS,
Aug. 10-2t, PHILMIELPIIIA it IIALTIMonn,
1 'J FSTATK OF Hltl.ll' wfifoy. nrxEisF.n
Tetters testamentary on tho estate of Philip Wil
son, lato ot Mshtngcrcek township, Columbia county,
iltcrased, have been granted by t Ira Hcirlstcrof said
county, to. lulla A. v llson and .lacob e). Wilson, of
'Islilmrcroek tovvnshtn. Columbia countv. P.i. Kvec.
utois, lo whom nil ktsoiis Indebted In paid estate
nu ii-ipicurii hi niiiKL piiyiiieiiT, nnu inase Having
i-i.iimi ur iit'iii:inus uninsi- me una esiaio win masc
tliem known to iho said Executors v Ithoiit delay.
.ll'I.I.V j, vv u,is,,
Aug. at, 'iMt. Eveciilore.
KSTATBOF JOHN MICHAEL. PFCF.ASRn.
U'tlprs tpstnlnr-liliirv mi 111,, istnt,t rif.lnlm Mtrliml
lale of .Mlniln ton uship, Columbia countv , deceased,
havubeen granted by iho ltcRlster of s.itd county tu
lolin II, lie tier, of .Minim township, Columbia coun
ty, l'a, Executor, to whom all pel sens Indebted to
said estate nro ieiuesteil to make payment and
those havlni; claims or demands ngnlnst the said
estate will make them known to the said Executor
without delay. JOHN II. UKTI.KK,
Aug. lo-ct. Executor.
ESTRELL Ali" GUANO
A valuabb Bird Deposit,
Imported Into the United states
EAUGH & SONS,
PHILADELPHIA AND HALTl.MOltE.
This fluano possesses tho most reinnrkablo charac
teristics as a cheap fertilizer for all drops. Tho
analysis of four cargoes showsauaicragoof rs,H.T
per cent, ot Hone Phosphate of Lime. The tests have
been highly satisfactory, nnd when 5 on onco adopt
the article, you will use 110 olher In preference.
Packed In Hags of 2110 its each.
Price, $38 Per Ton.
J3AUGH & SONS,
20 S. Delaware Ave., Pliiltt.
103 South Street, Baltimore.
MaiiM: How Lost How Restoredl
JUST published a new edition of Dr. CUL
VEItWELL'S celebrated essay on tho radical cure
(without medicine) of Spermatorrhoea
or Seinlnjl Weakness, Involuntary sem
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physical Incapacity, Impediments to
Marriage, etc,! also Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits
Induced by self-lndiilgenco orsextual extravagance
SSjl'i icc, in a rmkd envelope, only sit cents.
Tho celebrated author, In this admlrubto essay
clearly demonstrates from a thirty 5 cars' successfu
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abuse may bo radically cured without tho dangerous
uso of Internal medlelno or tho application of tho
knife; pointing out a modoof euro ntonco simple
certain, anil effectual, by means ot which every suf.
rerer, no matter what his condition may be, may cur
himself cheaply pjlvately, and radically.
irrriila Lecture rhoukl bo In tho hand3of every
youth and every man In the land.
Sent under seal, In a platn envelope, to any ad
dress, post-paid, on receipt ot six cents, or two post
Address tho Publishers,
CIIAS. J. C. KLIXF & CO.,
127 Howcry, New York, Post onico Box 4,5S0.
April 10, ';s-y
FOKTUXK IX IT. Fverv family huvs it-
Sold by Agents. Address, li. S. WALK EH,
Tun PmicviAN Sviut
vtialles and enriches the
blood, tones up the sjt
lein, builds up tho broken;
elown, eiire-s UsiH'psl.i'
Debility, dropsy, i hllhnml
revcrsjchronle tll.iri hro l
nervous affcciluns, bolls
humors diseases nt the
kidneys and bladder, fe
male complaints, ,tc.
Thousands havo been
changed by the use of the
remedy from weak, sickly, suffering creatures, to
.strong, heap hi, bappv men and women; nnd
Invalid- cannot icasunablj hesitate to glv o It a trial.
e At iion, lie suiu jou Ki t uiu -i riniu.i
Svi'.ce" mot Peruvian llaik.V Sold by (lealeis gener
ally. A t!:!-p.igo u.unphlct, containing a treatise on
Iron nsani' 1lle.1l iigi'iitnnd other valuable papers,
icsiimoni.tiH irum oisiiiiguisneii pin sieians, e icrny
men and others, will bo sent tren tu any address.
sktii W. Fmvi.K 4; soss, propi letors, set Harrison
DVKUTISIXCi: Cheap: Good: Systema-
. All persons vv ho conoemplate making con
llli liowspaoeTS lor the Insertion of adver
tisements, should send 25 cents to lleo. P. Howell x
Co., 41 Purk How, New York, fur their PAMl'llLET
HOOK (ninety-seventh edition,) containing lists of
over 20ih newspapers and estimates, showing the
cost, Advertisements taken for leading pnpiislii
many Slates ut a trinieiulous leuuctiou irumpuu
uaners' 1 nils, e,n ins 1 to. .iiiu. ii ,u-ij .
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a m.ignlllclent NEW HiMiK Just from Press, Ad
dress, .1. C. McCUKDY .V CO., Philadelphia, Pa,
MIND SEABIKS.PSVOOKAWOY, FASCINATION,
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iiu'v hin-nk fui tluin.sile-s. canvassers, airents.
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llinl mis llio in'si opening ever oueren 10 niase
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Washington street, liosion, .vuiss.
AN AtTUAI lll'SINlS INbTlTl'TION ANU
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S? 3 W I I A 2 m
iV; is ego
COLLARS AND CUFFS,
LADIES NEW KID GAUNTLETS.
NICE ASSORTMENT DRESS GOODS FROM 25
CENTS AND UPWARDS.
s w m i & &
NEW IALiTj PHI NTS TO ARRIVJ3 THIS WEEK
AT TIIE POPULAR CASH STORE OF
W. P. JONES & CO.,
AYTON RUN YON, &
keeps constantly on hatiel it Full and Complete Stock of
KCE. V"2" -A.3STID SHELF HARDWARE,
vvliicli vrc will sell to tho Public at Prices so Low in to elcfy competition.
OUlt STOCK CONSISTS IX TAUT OUj K
RON, NAILS. PAINTS,
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PATENT WHEELS, OLD'S AND WARNER'S PATENTS,
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WAGON AND CARRIAGE MAKERS GOODS-
3uilding Materials, such as DUNCANNON NAILS, Lewis' Lead,
Best Cblors, Pure Oils, etc., as low
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Mar 10, 1ST5 tf.
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SUCCESSORS TO J. V. W1DEMAN .& CO.,
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Pots ami Kettles, Pans anil Friers,
3&AU things for all sorts of buycrx.
Wo have also
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In all its Pranclies, Carefully Selected and Puroliascd low for Cash giving
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Smith's "Instant Dress Elevator."
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s 1 hi CI' 1 n in
if Upper Part of Hi
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I ran lain Tour klri
1 wtul r"ln( rand-
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i nv mtca. iuu men 111
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suiu oi lio i-ifit,
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if fullness i t. fn-Hnir tb
Utrnlahf frnrlt It 8&VeB mOt
K -1 HilLi-iLLl mill! J! Jl
lho Ten Times it Coat, it can t
,3TJ3: puttcm, v
IIICII C(H)U3 Ul
uoccd irum Udo Dreaj to unotner.
Frlca, 45 etota tcU. JI ailed.
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( imh inmli t. u t ti. Nu. ol iimlcnklrt.
37.15: inttt ru,
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wliu Ht'inlH 91.10 itiUH, im ouo cui-,K bubsctli'llou to iUu
A. BURDETTE SMITH'S
f orlil of Fas
FINE ARTS and POLITE Literature
Sluzln Conies 25 Cent.
Sotiwrlptlnn I'rlfc 81 i )-nr, im't-l'"! '. Inrludlntc n
lirrmium of T o Dollar.' orili ot iuttcr.ii freo to well
W Kii.l mir f!EUTIFIO.Tr.- fr (111; "'""""J
vpnn rm-lfl ff .uUMriill,ni, ITVV II iir lt S
V.l.r.VATOKS will bo flviri IN I'l.AClr Oiu
Xiolar. urlUot l'lU'nil.irueslrcoj.
Tho JIOXTIILY AV011T1
tflTl 1 A titj rTVJ'.fl llin Vfl-V tlllGfct.l
inn. i iM'iiuuiiii, uiti-nrthu uiiisiuiiiii lu'Smith's Illustrated Pattern Bazaar
In' loiiinl in IliU fininli'), mill I'M'ry ju-r- h.unii copy. cents,
sun ulio Infill Willi Inking it, will sulihcrliitlon rrlci-, l.iu a year, iost pulil.
M'.VKK ilisioulilllli) it Willie it is luti, onu elollar'a won licit rnlttrns ulveu to cucli
lilll'il. buli.seiliii'r neo us premium.
$4,500.00 in Gold Coin to Give Away '.
Wo will bIvo ti.ooo.to in ROM) ceilNto 0,1 We will slvo iWD tiOLI) COIN to iSJper-pei-sotit
wlm u na in tlin lnrsikt nuiiilier ot sons vvlioimiil im lln lawbt immtitr eif MiU
hiitisertliors toour "Woilelfct Vublilous, ' at mltern lo uur "Haaar,"ut Jl.lOtaili, betoro
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vvsiuunvvsi 10 1110 i,euer-uie,i 1110
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. 130,1.1) 111 Hold colu.
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.. Ili'.ao In liolil coin.1
. liu.io lu liolil reilu.
, IMO In liolil eolu.i
.. rei.ixi In (iota ciilu.i
. . .! 111 (iulll coin.
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Mil' tri-t 11 iiri'iiiliiin fur cvciVMiliHi-illicr joiiki'ihI us. AND cvvry kubscrliicr ttetaii premium,
111)111 of tliiho liolil coin 1'rcwoiiiHulTi'in will Im touml ut lull K'liulli In llio (-I'lileniU r num.
Ut, U'M'Ii'h llio uaiiioH .ami I'. "., iolilii'iM.Hot mi in mius tu wlioni wo havo uu paKI ft, lan.
00 lu iiol.l, nccorilliitf tiiour pii'Vloiihollcra. Voucuu willo lo ono or all nt tlicui, unU tliey will
tell you Hull vto tlo ns.vro prouil.',
Arnill) 1) li'sJMlway Isinwuil jour own nibhcrlnllon loelllicrof our Mafailiios,vv lieu
1 UU 11 Jjl'JOi jou will not ll.u itit iiuinUraiul yourccrtineati'HOf prcmliium, vvliicli
Mm can klion, ami at oiieii Ik-kIii (.i-ttlm; subaci lU. ru, or bona t ceiils
M ceii . for onu copy, hi ml Hump for r.mlilon 1 utnloKUc,
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V. O. Hoh 5065.
THE K15NNESAW GAZK'ITB,
A MONTHLY I'AI'Ell, 1't'Kl.ISIILU AT
Dtvoted lo llallroad Int. irhti, literature, Wit and
Humor, eentH Kr year. Clirotnu to every nub
bcrltcr, AJJu'ta KKNUtsAW GAzuTrK,
CHAIILES W. HUNYOK.
OILS, GLASS and PUTTY,
as they can be bought in the county.
, -rt Keep on Hand tho
In the County.
added to our!Stock
EELS & SPOKES,
- - R.T3STX5ST03STES, cScC.
SEE FOR YOURSELF.
and GOLD COIN Presents!
Ooiinmow nstho admlrailou
of lUneo etjles that w ur lo
rrnntr c f'uuiLt t.l inaV.0 lllllll
equal beauty. It Ucmoof tlio
will tlrnl it pai-ncsses just Urn tocrctcliana t!ut
tmilhil-l.lil. .Klli.n. i 1.11.. tlm tkll 'lit fir iHTll'Lt
iU( Wltm rnrfitVir tiliilor ftubu :
thcovciVlrtJnlraitJ to for"naUlarufllccacU
which may imj ot .iu
liiqtilrci ltyaulJof tt7
I IllltU PUHi .'. "-'I
lu cloiU morttl, 25 nt.
with cloiu monci, w ci.
Asioiiovvst to tuo e.etter-up or llio
.fMHieo in Gold coin.
.. Sio.niin colli coin.
., lrji.oo lu Gold colli.
. IVK.oo In (told colli.
.. M'.eti lu Gold colu,
. ivou lu Golil coin.
.. ro.ou in (iuld colu.
. w.hi in Guiit coin.
, ts.011 In liolil colu.
., xb.oo lu Gold colu.
Sil Uirscfct. cluli.,...,.
W Uirnibt club
4tll l.Ul'Blht club
6H1 1 arKcHclub......
rill Uutil ilul
mi uiri;ee emu
Mil ijirncH club
lltli IjiriiiM club
V Hi Uirife-He lub
uml bn on.lu lliu 133il l.ilnct cluli.
lllll UWkl ciuu..
h.-.ihi in Gold coin.
91-1 Itioadway, New York City.
1'arttcB vvantlotr In.
Hiould subberll'O for UioMoummi Nk,publUlieda
aiuuiitui, uu, jiunj.tiu; vvcehiy, 1. ieT uuuum
AilviltUim dekliluu custome In tlieto Matva.
Minuld uso Uu colums. It Is tlio U-sl paper lu tlm
boulIuaH. bpcclmcu copies ent on receipt ct s
cents, Address J. 11. DJ'iiLI, buvaunali, lia.
B1.ANK JlOllTaAGlS forealeclieuiiatlli
Jaw of tho land, not lo ri'iKud It."