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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURd, COLUMBIA JOINT, PA.
0. 2. EI.Wiil.Ii, SJItw.
J. s. aiirawsaiiDsa, rauirhw.
Fritl ivy, Ko'pt. 17, 1880.
Democratic iNatioiml Ticket,
Son. W. S. HANCOCK,
Win. H. ENGLISH,
GKOUaK A. JKNKS, Jefferson county.
IlOliKUTP. l)i:CLIEUT( IMiila.laiph.H.
Dr. 0. A. MEGAUaEIiL,
fs-trct to tUe decision of tho Consrentonl Con
fore FOU STATIC HKVATK.
E. J. McIIKNRY,
Subject to tliort'NMiloaoi fie snnilorlal Confrr-
T. JEFF. VANDEKSMCE,
JOSEPH It. KNtTTLE,
FOll DISTRICT ATfORNKV,
ItOiiEUr It. LITTLE,
Ttie Cbilrman )f tho Ivmt-r-r.iUc County Com
mittee reqm&ts each memtxT ot tho st-ancUusr (Join
mllteo to mike an apiklntmnt o( a Vigilance t'oin-
coDslattojf of atloost two inrmiwrd, (q aJdltlon tu
ttw member ot the hlaiidtni: Committee, anil In tho
larger (llstncuthreoortour.ni mty bo ma ys try,
und the ii. ember ot tho SuiniitDtf Com milt o win
promptly within not more than one week send tho
nanvs to the chairman,
cms. O. Uamklkv, David Lowf.vbeiu.,
Dr. F. 1. Hill,
David I .n wen be re
Cliaa. (i Hartley,
A. li croup,
W. L. Eyeriy,
T. V. Conner,
Cyrus ii. Aiciienry
Eli sou rg
Lin hist rect
Nei h Muwmaker,
htlas w. mc Henry
A. M. Johnson,
J. . nu-m,
Pete r A. Evans,
Ja-. U. liarman.
John F. Fowler,
Dr. D.T. Krebs,
W. A. Kile,
Every ballot cast for Hancock will be ono
vote nearer n purer government.
Republicans Defeated by a
Majority of 1.000 to
The Fusion Governor Elected
TVv'O OUTOFFIVK COXaKKSSMEN
ELEOTUI) 15 V THE AXTI-KHPUB-LIOANS,
AND A THIRD ONE
The State election in Maine took place last
Monday and resulted in the election of
PlaUted. Fusion ciudidate for Governor
over Davis republican, by 1,000 to 2,000
majority. The Fusion was made by tho Dem
ocrat, and Greenbackcrs to overthrow tho
Ecpublicana,aud they succeeded beyond their
moat sanguine expectations. Up to Satur
day, Blaine, the ablest General of tho op
position, claimed the State by 6,000 major
ity, but the tide was too strong, and the pres
tige of his party has been swept away. Maine
has been republican for tho last thirty years
with the exception of one year. In 1SG0 it
gave a republican majority of lS.OOO.in 1872
17,000: in. 187C, 15,000. It is a defeat
that makes all of the duublful states sure for
Hancock in November, It has completely
crushed the enthusiasm of the republican
party, and from now until the election their
fight for supremacy will be only a mero
Tho latest returns indicate) that Plaisted
has a plurality of 800 to 1,000. Tho Legis
lature is republican. Blaine is hard at work
trying to doctor the returns. ,
THE TARIFF QUKSTIOX.
, We bave been insisting that the question
of tarifl is not a national issue, but a matter
of purely local interest. Pennsylvania dem
ocrats favor a protective tariff, while We
tern republicans are in favor of free trade.
Bead what a republican correspondent of
the Philadelphia J7i- writes from Indian
anolis on the subject:
"There is no disguising tho fact that tho
tendency of all parties in the Western
States is to Free Trade. It baa been taught
for years by tho Chicago Tribune, the ablest
and most largely circulated republican jour
nal of the West, and both Indiana and Ill
inois would vote for free trade by a two
thirds vote if tho naked issue could bo pre
sented to them. It Is a popular theory with
our agricultural people, and we have no
such mining or manufacturing regions as
Pennsylvania has to make the tarilfa vital
The main point made by our local repub
lican speech makers is that of tariff. They
Insist that tbo Democracy favois frco trade
while they aro the only supporters of a pro
tective tariff. In ihe face of all these facts
such arguments are nonsense,
With his usual fairness and courtesy
Chairman Lowenberg refrained from calling
out any sort of a Democratic demonstration
on Tuesday night, over the Maine oloctlona,
becauso the republicans bad advertised a
meeting for that night, and he did not wish
to interfere with them lu any way. Would
the republicans show us the same courtesy
under similar circumstances.
While the Social Science Association Is I n
session at Saratoga discussing matters more
or less remotely connected with public in
terests it would bo well and timely if some
distinguished member would read and pre
pare a paper called "Ad Examination In'o
"the Principal Causes and Probable Results
"of the Moral Decline of a Republic to
"which ouo President who obtained his of
"fico through fraud could possibly be sue
"ceedrd by another Proved Guilty of Brlbe
"laklng and Perjury.." The subject would
be of vita) lmortance and of Immense "con
temporary Luman lDtMt.,,""'A'a lori
Can anyone namo n prominent American
l'i mi-cr.it who Is n. member of n free trade
clul? The lt-publlcan candidate for Presi
dent Is n member ol'lli") Cobdni Frco Trado
Club to.day,and yet the organs of that party
arolrying to make the peoplo belie. vo tint
tho republican party alono f.ivor protection.
Who ever heard belnro ol u tarllT parly
with n free trada candidate
(iraut on Ihe Spirit pen ailing llio South.
tub mist witkhm in tub niinmt.icAN
(filing In arid reluming from Mexico lmt
winter General Grint maili a tour of the
Southern Slates, lllsartival In Illinois was
emphasized by a speech in which he said :
''It may be appropriate on thli occasion
ta refer to my trip through tho Southern
States Hud to what I havo seen while travel
ing. 1 havo been gratified with my reception
in all the recently rebellious states. I passed
from Philadelphia to Florida mi my way to
Havana, nud on my return came via Texas
from Mexico, thus pacing through all the
rebellious stale1, anil It will bo agreeablo to
nil tn know that Inspitallty was tendered
me at every city through which I passed and
accepted in nearly all of them by mo. The
jfoy floated over ts everywhere, and Ihe eyca of
Ihe jiwjite in ''it tlaUt are at familiar teilh it
aiyouir, and took upon it a ijiirantceinj to
them all the rightt and pririliget of a free people
without regard to race, color, or previous con
dition cf servitude. In most of the Stales,
upon the rticptlon committee .side by side,
were the men that wore blue and tho men
that woro gray, and reception addresses were
made in part by lhoo who woie blue and
those who wore gray, lit Awe no reason to
doubt that tho'C tc.o Korc the way Kill full fill
all they have promised in loyalty to thejlay and
the nation, Icehviye.
General I? ink, wh'j is stumping in New
Jersey for General Hancock, who is a mem
ber of tho Houe committee which reported
that General Garfield was a knowing and
willful participant in the operations of the
CrelitMobilier. An lugenlous correspon
dent of tho ISoVnn Herald went In quest of
General II inks, found him aud plumplv ask
ed him why he regarded in ISSOns "free
lrom shame and dishonor" the man who in
1S73 ho had officially helped to brand with
shame and dishonor. No explanation could
be got from General Hanks excepting that
he "Jid not care to o into the matter,"
This was not satisfactory to tho correspon
dent of our esteemed contemporary. Hut
really what else could behave expected?
Of course General Hanks did not "care to
go into tho matter." llut it is to bo hoped
that whenever General Hanks may appear in
New Jersey soino hard-headed citizen will
not only "dro In i;o into the matter" but
will go into it and insist on a reply. jYtio
The liiicksliot War.
AN IMnniHTISO HISTORICAL EPISODR Itl
OAI.IXD AND AN APPLICATION MADE.
To t!io Editor tit Tus Tiim.
"Thecominittco appointed to inquire into
the causes of tho disturbances at the seat of
government in December, 1833," consisted
of Mr. Snowden, chairman, Messrs Fien
niken,Ttiberts,T. S. Cunningham and Long.
Mr. V. K. Hoaz was elected secretary, The
committee met on the 14th of March, 1S39.
On the 2oth of MarchJMr. Long was excused
aud Mr. Zcilin was Mibstituted. A l.irgfe
amount of evidence was taken, and the com
mittee made its report to the liouse June IS
It was an early attempt to commit an elec
tion fraud, and the committee f.und that
"tho difficulties which took place at the seat
of government on the 4th day of December
last, the day appointed for tho meetiug of
the Legislature, had their origin in a fraud
concocted by certain Federal return judges
in the county of Philadelphia, with the ad
vico and co-operation of William H, Keed,
tho Attorney General of the commonwealth,
and John G. Watmough, tho sheriff of the
city and county of Philadelphia, by which
the regularly elected members of the House
of Representatives were inlquitously attemp
ted to be deprived of their 6eats, a fraud
which Thomas II. lturrows, Secretary of
State under Governor Itltner, and Thaddeus
Stevens, one of his Caual commissioners,
and a member of the House iron) Adams
county, and the latter by attempting to or
ganize the Legislature in a manner unknown
to the Constitution and laws."
In their report the committee find that
fictitious names were placed upon the regis
try ; that bribes wero offered aud paid to
change tho result; that hordes of individuals
under the pretextof being officers to preserve
the peace,were employed and stationed near
the respective election houses with the view
of Intimidating the Democrats from the free
exercise of the right of euOrage ; that tick
ets were taken from the boxes before Ihe
closing of Ihe polls and before the canvass
ing took place; that tickets wero thrown
Into the boxes and counted which had never
been deposited in tho legsl manner, aud ihat
false receipts for taxes were manufactured
and that other offences of a eiiuiliar nature
General Adam Diller testified . "In con
sequence of au alarming report caused by
newspaper publications, one of them ncr
tho name of Thomas it. Hurrowes, htating
that their party should treat the late elrciion
as If they had not been defeated, and an
other editorial in tho Ilarrisburg Chronicle
a Rltner paper, telling the people to if pair
to Ilarrisburg on the day of tho meeting of
the Legislature to put those eight members
from the county nf Philadelphia in their
seats if they refmed.peaceably if tlioy could,
if not, forcibly," there was likely to be
trouble at the meeting of tho Legislature.
Tho address of Thomas . Hurrowes, chair
man of the Slate committee, "To the friends
of Joseph Hitner," contains this sentence :
"Let us treat the ehction of the ninth instant
as f we hud not been defeated and in that
attitude abide the result.
Governor Rltner called out the military
and put thorn under the command of Mijor
Robert Patterson, lie saw at onco there
was no necssily for such a display, tnd so
reported to tho Governor. Rltner re lined
to discharge them, aud directed the General
to undertake to preserve the public peace.
And ou the lOtli December, 1838, General
Patterson felt hlinsolt constrained to give
Governor Rltner a bit of Information and
advice as follows: "Allow me respectfully
to state that mere violations of the 'punllc
peace' should be prevented or punished by
the civil authorities, and unti it is ascertain
ed that they are unable tn accomplish those
objects the military should not be called on
to perfjrm those duties. It is hardly nero-e-ary
to say that, as commanding officer of the
division, I shall meet aM questions in the line
of my duty with promptness."
Thus we see In this very short absiract of
a phamnblet ot iu.1 pages, now history,
civil and mililary, repeats itself, Here we
see the b'lrlnuii e ot the Davennnrts aud
Mouatts iu the tVatinoughs and Reeds of
forty years ago; now a weaic government
bought to plunpe the Slsle into anarchy and
bloodshed, and was restrained and prevected
bvacooland clear-beaded mililary officer.
one who knew bis duty ai such, and yet do
termlned tout tne eivn law must ue superior
to the roilltarr.tnd "that mere violations of
the public peace" were within the duties of
the civil authorities.
John U. FroMA.
ftloomgburgi IV, Aug. IS, )Sdu. I
Has anybody heard of John Cessna and
his canal boats within the last few days?
Wo advise him to keep tbrm in trim until
tho 2nd of November. They will be handy
for tbo navigation of Salt ltlvcr.
VASIII.(1T(IN' I.HT ll'.lt.
Washington, Ii. U. Sep. l-llli, 1SS0.
tiii: iir.nmi.ioANs have oAiTimim Tiir.tu
HOLLAND WANt(l HKLATIVT. INKMC
i'.nci: or hadical new ench.ami.
WIIA r (1KNEIIAL WALKER PAYS
OF SOtnllEKN CENSUS l!l
Republicans hero are shouting them-
aslves hosrso because, forsooth, they have
carried Vermont; a State that was a
fully concede! to them nswas over Holland
to tho Dutch. Vermont has (jono Rcpubll
coil Vetmonl wa, is, nnd will bo Repub
lican! Let her hayo her pitiful quota in the
electoral college and make tbo mrut
of It. Hut let that prejnjiidlceil, liale-
bound, Ignoraut brako on the ringing
wheels of tho Unhra s progress read a lesson
lu tho signs of the times und tho signs ol
tho census. Tho wonderful incteaso In the
population In the fcoulh and West Is the
doom of New England's sinister Influence,
l'hodo Iland, Vermont, aud Mas'achusctls
will never after tho reapportionment un
dcr the present census havo tho influence
thoy onco wielded. Millionaire factors will
contluuo to bulldoze nud drivo their white
operatives liko cattle to tho polls, but their
pernicious vote will never sgain havo ils old
inllucuce In the great plcbhcitum of n nation
fifty million slrong. The alarm of Rcpubli
can domax 'gues aud office holders at the In
creased population nnd prosperity of the
South shows hotT well they know Its politi
cal aud potential stgnlficnnc. They have
raised the abiurd cry of fraud In the census
enumeration. General Francis A. Walker,
superintendent of tho c-nsu, recently said
referring to the statements of an cxaggcrat'
edcenus iu the south: "The RepuLllcm pa
prs aie devoting a great portion of their
pace to what they are pleas 1 to desigtato
a fraudulent census in tho South, based ou
discrepancies existing botween a report of
1S70, and tho present on, in certain conn
ties I11S311U1 Carolina nnd Mississippi, I can
see nothing tangible in such allegations, but
shall investigate them thoroughly. The
marked iucreaso in thoeo districts can read!
ly be accounti d for. Since 1S70 thousands
have emigrated to those sec'ions, and the
natural increase in population has been con
The census of 1870 in the Santh was inoC'
urate. Thcu I did mt have the appointing
of the enumerators. In tho main, the cnu
merntors were United States mashals, north
ern men, unacquainted with the country and
ignorant, incompetent colored men. They
were entirely independent ot me, and I had
uocoutrol of their work. This ceusiis has
been entirely different, nnd is just about
perfect. It it Is not it will be mado so at the
earliest possible moment. I shall make an
investigation by means of cards of tho three
last censuses, a'ld families ciu bj traced
without any considerable effort. The cen
sus of 1870 was incorrect as the iuvestlga
tion will show,
Headquarters llennbllrau Soldiers nml Sailors
of the bate War.
no. 702 r:nr.rsur street (room no. IS.)
PHILADELPHIA, SEPTEMBER 1st 1SS0.
Whereas, General John F. Hartranft,
Collector of the Port of Philadelphia, etc.,
has issued a paper to the veteran soldiers of
the latj war, which we cannot indorse ;
Whereas, Wo believe in tho statesman
ship, honest" a priceless virtue at this
lime aud soldier qualities of General Win-
field s. Hancock ; and
Whereas, The soldier has been practl
rally ignored, by the party in power, iu all
positions of trust and profit ; therefore
Itesolved, That wo feel that it is time
there was a change in the administration of
public aflurs. That the leaders of tho re
publican party seem to ciro no moro for the
services of tbo soldiers, than to foist them
selves into office.
Jlesolved, That we indorse the nomination of
G.-Mieral Winfield S, Hancock, of Pennsyl
vania, soldier candidate for President of the
United S'ates, and .1 statesman whose nbili
ties and patriotism have been tried in the
field as in civil administration ; a man who
moved forward upou the enemy wherever
he found them, tho bright record of whese
military aud private life remains to day as
unsullied as when he entered upon it; a
man of distinguished abilities and attain
ments, whoso qualities admirably fit him for
the high position for which be has been
nominated, and into which the country
should place bim.
Jlesolved, That in Hon. Wm.H. English,
of Indiana, the caudidate fur tho vice-Presidency,
we find a Christian gentleman whose
administrative powers have been shown in
many positions of honor aud trust, earnest
in his support of tho great armies which
wero in the Held fnimUStll w IROj.capable
0! discharging with judgnunt, learning and
skill, the duties of which may fall upon him
or pertaining to thi office for waich he is
Jlesulveil, That wo ask the soldiers of the
country to fall iutollno and advance to the
supp.irt of General Hancock for the Presi
dency. Itesolved, That the Executive Committee
be dirtcttd to prepare this club for an active
aud vigorous campaign, and that all honor
ably dbcharged soldiers or sailors are cordi
ally invited to partieipat with uh, and that
our club room, No. IS, at No. 702 Chestnut
Street, bo open at all times fr their re
ception, At a stated meeting of the Uanoick Re
publican Suldler, the above preamble and
resolutions were offered by Comrade George
II. Lout, and unanimoutly udopttd,
JaCOJI I'.llNEIt, JoiinC. Dobleman
A goo I business opening. The Union Cen
tral I.ifo Imuran 0 Company, of Ohio, drslres
to O'taljIUh a Goneral Agency for this eccllen
uf Pennsylvania. Ils assets eioeed $1,500,000,
00, wilh a Iiuko surplus, and has for many
years secured the largtst amount of new busi
ness in Ohio of any one company In the United
Slates, Its interest receipts exceed ils death
losses, matured endowments, taxes and
commissions paid lo sgi nts. Its able man
agement is further illustrated by the the fact
that its ralo of csses nnd expenses to ils pre
mium Income for the yesr 1879, according lo
the New York official reports, is lower than
that cf any oiler company. It issues endow
ment policies at life rates, which are nonforfeit
able without aurrender and incontestlble afier
three annus! payments. It is governed by the
Insurance laws of Ohio, which are now tho
most stringent for Ihe protection of policy hold,
ers of any in the Union. They lequlre a four
per cent, rerervo fund invested in unquestioned
securities, which the Superintendent of Insur
ance is required to examinei TLe business of
Life Insurance is now rapidly increasing, end
men pocsipg first class business ability an I
character, who desire a general agency for this
sterling company will do well to addreei George
Thornton, Maptgcr, Room S3 Astor House Of
Opes, Uew Yoik, tUtlng in fall, age, put eipc
jlmcein )if tnwirance or lr,ir business, tal
arlet meivrd and tofef tnot.
Cbmmor,ealth lit. Qrover and Oriasy, Suptnisors
Mifflin tovmship. Que tried Vibntary Term
1850 ecnJin( tcnlenecd September JViti,
CltAIUli: Of II IK COURT.
Gextlemen op the Jury! It Is tho duty
of mpervisors not only lo keep In suitable rc
pslr highways which are nlreidy opened, but to
o,ii'n llmie which are laid o il nceordlng to law.
If they neglect this duty, they aro liable) lo In
dictment for niimteina.inor, tho object lioing
nomdlraes (as appirinlly in this cise) not so
much to punish the officer as lo ascertain and
permanently establish facts and rights in a dis
The citizens in tho Immediate vicinity of the
roids deseribul in this Indictment Insist that
koiiip share of iho township taxes shall he ap
plied lo pulling those roids In proper condition,
whleh tbry allege 1ms not been done. On the
o.her hand, tho residents of tho township nut
flile of llio villago seem to think that tho vil
lagers are exlravacsnt in their demand nnd
ouiht to lake care of their streets nt their own
You aro not to take sides In this controversy.
Tin' villnjo should not ask more attention to its
streets than properly belongs to them, but u
thickly settled pl.ice may need more nnd per
haps better settled streets than a rural district
dies, and, If ils streets are lgil highways ills
entitled In have them opened and inninttincd.
The first qtiest'on in the case, therefore, is
whotlur the streets in regard lo the condition
of which complaint Is tmde are highways; for.
If they are not, then the township officers have
no right to expend tho public money upon
An owner of land may give a portion to tho
public fjr 1 road, which, if accepted and used
by them, becomss a highway by dedication. A
road used as a public thorough fire for Iwenlj
one years becomes a highway by presrrlpiion.
The most goneral method of dentins a high
way is by n view appointed by the court, but
ihere is still another way, and that Is by an Act
of As e'nbly. Formerly, many highways Here
erected In lint way, stite-roads as they wero
calbd. The Stito has, in all the land cf the
Commoiiwea'lh, a sovereign riht lo lake pri
vate properly (upon due compensation) for
public use, calltd the right of eminent domain,
and, whenever au act of assembly di ects that
a particular roid shall be recognized as n pub
lic way, it becomes a highway and remains 11
highway until tho act be lepcaled or the road
vacatcl by competent authority.
These bein the gmenl principles, their ap
plication to the present cao is not difficult.
On March ill, 1S30, tho legislature passwl a
law, which was approved by the Governor and
found its way on the s'nlute book, declaring
Third and Fourth streets in the town of Mifflin
burg (now called Milllinville) in Columbia
county, public highways, to be opened and
maintained as other highways of the Common
It is forty-four years since tho passage of that
lsw,and the s'reetsdesignated Third and courtli
have been known and usl as such during all
that period. The length of lime has been sufh
cient of itself, without au act of assembly, to
make these two streets public highways by pre
ecription. They had their crigin, probably, in
some laying out of iho town before the net of
1S30, of which plot or plan we have no special
evidence, except a map of 1793, showing the
fnct that a town had been laid out. Adopting
the plan of that town, the legislature eaid that
the streets therein laid out should be public
highways. They have been to used from that
lime down. -'e therefore have no hesitancy
in saying to you that Third and Fourth streets
in Ihe town of Milllinville iro public highways.
The next question is whether the defendants
here have nelectd their duty to keep these
streets (or either of them) in reasonably good
A road may bo laid out two rods wide, but it
is not customary to make the road in all places
to that every fool of the two rods wide can be
traveled, but tho road must be o made lhatnt
any point and all points il can be safely passed
over by night as well as by day. A road in a
town or city may require a larger outlay than a
In this case, from 1S30, to tho time of this
complaint, nothing had Wen done by the au
ivrvi-ors to these ro ids, except to throw out
the stones. For this neglect on the part of their
predecessors, the present supervisors nre not
responsible, but did they, from the time they
.wre inducted into office down to Ihe lime of
the bringing of this complaint certified by the
constable, do all that in reason they ought to
have done? Did they exercise a sound discre
tion in leaving things in Ihe condition in which
ihty were left? Was the flooding of ihose streets
such n ihingas they were justified in permitting?
Was the expense of putting them in order so
great that they ought not to have incurred il?
Was the accumulation of waler about
he school house suoh as should havo attracted
Iheir attention and should have been guarded
against? In short, wero the circumslanecs fch
as required something to be done, or were they
A street that few people use may bo left in a
different condition from ono that is traveled by
the public generally. Nevertheless, if It is a
public highway, the supervisors are bound to
keep it in repair, nnd if the water cai be
carriod off the streets at no great expense, it 1
for you to fay whether that ought not lo bo
done for the convenience and health of the
community. If all Ins been done on the streets
that the township ought to do, then of course
the defendants are not guilty, If one has been
negligent and the other not, you may find one
guilty and tho other not guilty. Supervisors are
supposed to know about the condition of tb
roads in tholr oharge; at all events they
should Inform them'clvcs. Then) being no In
dividual prosecutor in this case, if you arquit,
the county must pay the costn, unless you lm
pose them upon the defendants one or both,
If you convict both or eithtr of them you have
nothing to do with the costs.
The verdict wjs guilty in manner and form
as they stand indicted,
In the sentence Iho Court reaffirmed the doc
trine of th) charge, nnd said that supervisors
could not .by any arrangement for division of
roads between themselves shirk accountability,
but tint each Is responsible for tho whole terri
tory for the supervision of whlchho waselected,
and Is bound to open and work all lawful high
ways no matter how much previously neglected.
In view of all the circumstances of thia case,
the Court imposed a fine of only ono dollar
each, and the costs,
Agents aud Canvassers make from $25 to
$50 per week selling goods for E.G. Ride
out & Co., 10 Barclay street.New York. Send
for their catalogue and term9, sep.lO80-ly
Poor Weavor I As the Greenback candi
date for President, be went to Maine to help
tho Republicans. He tried to prevent the
Grcenbackers from voting the Fusion ticket,
He urged them not do to anything that
would give aid and comfort to the Demo
cracy, llut they would not listen to hi 111,
Poor Weaver I He is more ridiculous than
ever. A. 1 . bun.
It should be the aim of every owner of
Horses,0ows,j:c.,to make them as handsome
and Useful as possible. The German Horse
and Cow Powder helps to develop all the
powers of the animal. It Improves its beau
ty and Increases its usefulness. It makes
milk, niucle and fat. Dy using It a hore
will do more work and a cow give more milk
and be In better condition with less feed.
Said only by weight at IS cents a pound by
O. A, Klelni, Illooinsburg.
Ieo 1.8, TO-iy
joncn of iNtjuusr.
tsriTKOF a. 3. 1 110BNT01, nrcsssvt).
COLVM1IIA COUXTY, SSi
Tho 1 Commonwealth of I'ennsrtvanla to Cateti liar
ton, .t.unes Hnrton, Kit linrton. Rsa'Iun, tnanleilto
L. n. It iin rt. .Mnry II., nmnled P. Eilss Wutiflei.l.all,
ntJreF.i, Iilooinsburi,-, rn., JLilllUi, il,im;Mr i.f
IINIm 11. ilnrrin, iinrasc.1, now luairlnl tn .1. H.
1 ?,.mis, iittdri'hs, Aulcnuiu. I. ureinc eouiitv, 1
anrt Alice, nuiiw ot .lolin, aJrtress, llfooiu
tmtjr.r.1, MoirlsC. Moan. ( Ii hIi-r V. Hlonn, Saiah
i-umu, TianiM i'., wiiijv, or iiieinas liisiiiun, au
ilri -js hiooiustniri;, rn., .Miles ti. nulth, lluookcn,
s. J., Jsin ") Nrolm, .Dellviile, luo, HnatU.', Imr
I eel to K. V. I.uiz. imii .'cir, I , , LU In eirun, manic il
tn . Morr, leure&tm, Ohio, t out nireii, niarr cl
to r'tiort M.'urli-n, KitteiiDi, OI.Ij, liartoa tin . u u il
Milium (Siren, t'Dinnutli liueklanl county. Olilo,
Km lytir'n, tnatrtcil to P-asc Zullel:, ott ruanui,
I'hlo tsallloAnn (inen, clicr asi-il, iunrrlv.il I" -
Ilorne, leaving btlrs, .Mr Kinllj l'o uinl tlenn-o
llopne, ot Al.'ilo, Mercer cuciy, ilJIi.ois. Mi. liuy
finlrii Aleiio, lecrr c.M.nty, 111,, Mrs. Amttnia
Orei'nly, Wtciintn, Kitnsis, w M, T wii- l'i Ity ,'i,
i fcmonr. limine eo., Neit-.Wii'.Iitntrron II oii',Ak"l i,
M"-r enimtv, ill, Urn, hurtu-u to Lurm,
Mh 'by. Ohio, V. M.Hwmtoo, rti. lii-, .V ,ur m
. Thornton, lunsiue, I'.i., .Tnmi-s ''Imrntui,
llio unsbiiig, 1M . lliiianna, marrli it to a. v.. Kilc ir,
am Kniiicisco, callfoi nl i, tsamntitlia Kil'nr, lv u,
III., Utlllatii Wr.lltrv IViunan, Miivnari. Lnox cot'ii
ty. 111., William Thornton, Maneli e'lmnv, l'n.. .il
ent'no Thornton, ivru, III., .Mines T hoi i, Ion. Wil
liam port, I'n., h'Uuhctti dmiles. Loour-ort,
t'h -fes Arm.tron!j, IeKpori, Nlnrrat.i ,'o. N.!,,
Illr.tm W. Ihornioii, stlflersbur. Mi tvi r count ;
111., Mrs. Sjrali lil-il.Mt. 1 lea-ant, lo , .vr lnvi
nn il.iteiiliui h Mt. I'leasanr, Iuwn. Mi .. Itachcl it
It's, .Mt. Pleasant, lotva. .luckson i tiuinton, H.,
Mury Ihornton.uiarrli'ilto lillin' llneui ikso'ii'1-ant-
ot E. J, Thornton, il" 'olio,!, nnd m nil irt-- t 3
Inttrcsted, (in-etlom lou iir- hcieby cited tolio
nnd nppoar beforo tlie.Tudijcsot our orphans' I'ouit
ntnn tuplinib' Court, tohelit at llloomsourir on the
Ilrst day of lieecmU r next, then end there to nc.vpt
or r'rusi' to tul;o tho real estnto ot said K. .1, T hor i
ton,dici"tscd, at tut urpial-ed uiluatlun outupin
Itlii Ihe Inquest duly nuimted by the said Cumt.
andrrtmiK',1 by thi Shfrirr. And lieri'nf fall nut.
Witness tho Honorable William Kiwi II, l'n sldi-nt of
our mm Court, tho lenth day of 'September, A. I).,
ono thousand i lght hundred nud eighty,
0. M. t'l-ict. Clerk (). C.
Deputy. (Sept. 17, 'cu-tf
ESTATK OK JOSEl'I! l01IR, PECEASt'D.
Iettirs testnmentary on tho estate of Jeerili
I'ohe, lalo or Cenlro township Columbia eot'u
ty, reiinslTan!a, tleccaspd, h.cvo been prat, Ml
bv the ltpi:i3t"e ot said county to Mcphen
I'oho nuJ .loftu Wolf Utecuion. All pTMti
bavins claims (iKiitnst, tint csuto of s.tld dece-
di nt. lire rtutirsli-1 in rrosrnt th,,in for i-Mtt'-'riii uf.
and thoso liiili'bti'd to iho reintn to rnuke F'Uwnt
co cno unaersiL'ueu Executors, w it none, ueia . .
.1011 N WOLV,
Eep. II, lso ow Lieeutors,
flOOll M EN s-' UiJ.SJia
iu niua iie-.s.i
21 n tz A Mou'li nnd expenses.
err THIS NOTICE HIT
ind Bend It with vournnnlicatlor
F.U30 teud a scKlnmn folnsiin!
f answer, s FOvri:u to., i
pop. IT, 'so-tm nl
MTtANOr. HUT WONMIIirULLY Tnuu.
When Dr. Ilriggs with con.-einus pride,
And earnest zeal his mind applied,
The science deep to open wide,
Of soothing and of healing,
He took of m.iuy substances knowu
That would heal or still a groan,
And soon composed by skill alouo
His miraculous llunloo li.iUani,
Tormented with Bunion, Corn or ltrui-e,
Thousands of sufferers heard the news,
The remedy that meets the views
Is Dr. Iiripgs' Bunion JUKim.
Sold by C. A. Kleiin, Illooinsburg, Pa.
A Word to the Wise. Try Dr. Josiah
Briggs' Catarrh specifies on following condi
tions: We will pay f 100 for a case they will
not cure; $100 fur their equal asa cure; jflOO
if anything poisouotis is found in them,and
$1,000 if in any respect they are different
from representation. Sold by U A. Kleiin,
Bloomsburg, Pa. t!A'-'
From a Cclibratcd 1'hysleian of Ilarris
burg, Pa. Dr. Jo-iah Brigg, Dear Sir:
Somofour months since a lady "applied tome
for something to relieve the puinof a trouble
some bunion and a festered corn, and having
heard your Bunion Balsam highly spoken
of, I directed her to call on your agent J H.
Boher, and get u box. She "did so, and now
informs me tho cure is complete, she having
suffered no pain aftpr the first application.
Belioing Briggs' Bunion Balsam of great
valuo to those who suffer from corns, bun
ions, &c, I unhesitatingly recommend it to
the people of tho country. Sold by C.
A. Kleiin, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Oitarrh that loathsome disease, h&. scourge
of humanity, which destroys mill.ins of peo
ple annually, is speedily and radically cured
with Dr. Joslah Brigm' Catarrh Specifics.
Sold by C. A. Kleiin, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Mr, Asa M. Sloan, of Innton, K. ,., says
I would pay $100 for ouo bottlo of Tamarack
Liver and Kidnev Remedy, if I could not
get it without. It has cured me of gravel
and inflammation nf the jirostrate gland,
weak back and general debility. Sold by C.
A. Kleim. Bloorasburir. Pa.
Dr. Josiah Uriggs' liunion Italian is the
climax oi meuicai science, the only tliicov
ery on earth that will radically nnd perma
nently cure these troublesome and painful
torments, whose throbbing pains and un
sightly protrusions is a source of untold mis
sery. Bunion Balsam also cures hard nod
oft corns, Bore insteps, Ac. Silver Corn-
Plaster is a model of excellence. Deodori
zing Foot Lotion is a boon to sweaty feet,
and dispels the offensive odor from theni.
Radical cure for ingrowing nails is the won
der ot ttie world. It blood and corruption
gushes from tho sides of the toe at every
Btep the radical cure for ingrowing nails
gives instnnt rel'ef, and the severest caes
are cured tn ten days, cold bjL. A. Kiel
Sick,Xereousor llillious Headache. Mil
lions suffer this most universal nfilictiou of
the human race; all classes are troubled.
Tho head never aches when the various or
gans are working in harmony wi'h nature.
There can be no headache It the human ma
chinery is in a healthy condition. Briggs
Allevantor is reliable for headache and neu
ralgia; never fails. Sold by C. A. ICleim,
Sound the liugle. Herald the tidiugs ol
tue glorious victory, ine day ol miienng
from Internal Uleec'linn. External and Itch
ing Piles is past. Dr. Josiah Briggs' Com
bination rile Kennedies are in every respect
reliable for the curof hemorrhoids.or piles,
nsuiaano arid pni'iaiapxus, am, xc t'rlce fl
Sold by O. A. Kleim, Illooinsburg, Pa.
arm i3, 'ou-ly
ESTATE Of EUSIU HOBBIKS, DECEASED.
Letters of Administration on thoestatoof Ellsha
noouins, tuio oc jacKson cowat.tiin. Columbia en.,
1'enrra.. dt'Ceesed. litivci bon eranlcd bv tint UplMh.
terofsalct oo.to tho lui(Uislti(il AdmUiUlralnrs.
All persons having elalinsacalnsttlieesia'eof Hie
uecouent itrct reqiiiiHieii to i,rvneni int-m iorselllu
rnoot. and thosu Indebted to Ihe estate tu make oav.
moat to the, undcrslifned AtlmUilstrators without
W. 1". ItcmillNS,
Aug. 13, "so-ew" Waller's 1. o Columbia Co,
EVEKY SOLD! Kit dh-ablcd in line of duty bv
wound, dlstn-M or injury, ispnlltled to pension.
I'KNs IONS iNCi(KAWhl) Munv aij driiwIiiL' Ipsm
thauentltlod lo. Thousandu cr IK lis tnlltli-d to
reofelon and Ho nty. J(EJKC1T.U -IJASES ro-opened.
clmrircB (jijtaii ed. Claims ol aery dtjacrljitlon rro-
Address wirn stamp,
II. H. UKItLIN CO., Attornpys,
tept. 10, su-cia wicu toox tn WabUtDgton.D, C.
tlnjf AlttdiliiH fTfr iDveule.t. HI knit a pair ot
HovtltiBi, wlib IIKKIj and 'i'OU coiuiilelis la
ID nilauiei It w III aUq knit a great . aritry ot tacj-
work for Whkh lUere Id tlua;
let) lUere i alw ays o rea-iy markci. tieud
ftiiil It-rm totbe Twutut'lr KnlttlHtf
i'ir rirruiar ana
brpi, lu, 'e4.'4in
If you area a man
V I fir All rn.ro I
en-ixj by ths btraln of
joar dutlrg avola
' Ui-toilUi ore riu
lUkfiii wont, to rv-
Iwattto, u Hop B
HOD utixe r.
If you are youn(T and
dlcrUon r distil
rlwi or ninifla. old vr
iioor Loaltb vr taiiiuUb !
do, rvijr 4 Hop
I lunennif Trom any in.
Ifntf on a tod of aick
TiiouiiaikU ou an
thai four yiWm t
cxla stitNtiiatnir, tun
h.n.ritr TDU I
i d!oa' tlliGl?!?
att or Kiimuiauutr,
I by timely uwof
D. I. O.
of llio iiVmuca,
Uvr or nmw t
Vna will be
la an abauluU
Llu aura fur
cured if touum
l4j ek aud
Itt It may
life It hat
AlTT7Af Norphlne llaMl cured In It) oto
11 lUtU tUju. o pay HU Cured. Dr. J. Ki.
if Iinxa, XbUituOfi, O. tJtxxj hprtli.v,.,
of the tm ar
ever Mil br
Ms wtttlu BKty
nsteitts to ttcry one Who answers!
. ....., ...i . i,ti tnf.j1 cel..
ul 9, vo-am wJtcij city Ml'h, Mass.
CAill'AlGN SONGSTKirs "
for both IIIAVCOCK and IIMIKIKMI ''I'V';?..!:"
ready. Kaeh upli'S, S.Iilleil, ar.tl M'ilM; '
MiikIi' nnd Words The irry I artreat ntid Ih "t in the
Held, and tbo Chenri'St, Hiirnnh a mailt "1 on rP,V
of prle, 1'"f. retell, ilrnnd chaiiro for Airi'ii'nnu
Clubs, -rtrms liberal. Por i nrtleu lars, ni . rem
.UNION lKMil" CO., IS'!, .tnviio St., I'lilla. sptmiw u
Howall & Go's. HCivc'ii.
Titr. IIONANZA 1011 HOOK oKnu
Is selling our two splendidly tllustrnted books.I.lfoct
roilSKV, (an author of national fume), liluhlyen
ilorspd hy on. llnncwK, the party loaders, and
I'ressi also Life ot
O N. GAKFlliLDSrS
fi It nd Hen. .IAS S. 1111'fHtN, (nn m h; r ( f c; Wu ee
lcbrltj), also uroDKls rudorrcd, Jinlhonictal, 1m
ini'ii.ely l-op'ilar, solllnir over li.otsi a week I I
Aitonta nmkliii? lo a dart outnts, soc. each, lor
biist bonks and terms, address quick, IILIIIIAI.I)
Iiltoi., l'hlK., rn. r tepujo iw
AtvvivA YKAlt ana eirensc-i tn JIIW.''
S7 ontntrreo. Addruns I', o. Yinil'l'Y,
tpt I I Auifiutn, Maine. r tcp. 10 4w
A Kit I'll, tn Hnriinii Hiri'.-t. Nfwork.ean
lo irn tho rxaet co't ot any propnsi'd linn of U
Vi:it'llsi:;a In American ticnapapeiR. SJIIMI
I'ltRC l-ntiiplilrl IUf. r nvjiL. i'J-.'i
10) tubs-it Ol rrrd
lTiyi In wm d frs,n 4mp "ml
Un iWwn An-rWiUnrnl 1
Farmers Report On Clover Hnllers.
LUiitiNfii:, t.a.;ka..ik Co.. Ind.. May 27 Vi.
lti-n .rl (,f n ititrit IVitnmtl tf o iilinollilfd 1)V tllO AC-
rlciucuial sA'Ht f M. Jocph vouwU , Mlrhlirnn,
and f lUrwritrc couMv, to Ut.f t lie ivlmlvn tnerlts ul
thf Vu-t r i Mvi-r Hull p or lino rat 'jvn, Md andnf
tu. ntr i Mtuilf irt .Ital' r, t'lf vcr Hullor, U soulli
Iltinrl. Irtl :
iifkkai it tn- M. Jo'ori. ''ounty, Mtchltfi n, tulr
in ia at k I'liirt w,t n ini' hist uhj vi way, i-ci, mm
n o?r c -fiU wftA cntert-d Into by tlm dint'ient
mucUni'-t ti lim a trlalof thtlr merits at tho Lit
tlnintri1 ( iunt Tnlr. onllmn-tlnv JfavffT. a Joint
'oimnltl ce, wa formed consist Inj? ol tlvc lrom curh
(l 'I! iwo rimiiiif'S, aim uvm suruiriitt lu'bu:i).
Th" 'ommlttft1. In pursuance of tlio unrocniont,
sf iu a to hur.vj load3 oIrlorr, tvU'cH had n'uu
stncKr1 lvi winters, and t-rounut them
nn thf LTniintt. nn I flpti-rinlnctl thate.vh inarhlhe
should tluc hone load, an 1 men each ro-threMi tho
st raw which hid been run tur. ucuino otiier ma
chlDC. ncc inline to nsrrceri.ent.
At tlia conclusloa of the trial tho commlttco re
paired to Agricultural Hail, and, alter duo delibera
tion, unanimously decided In ftivorcftho Vicroit
rOlt 11 All IK I l .M) LAUJiMU.'SCli Ul'HlUih
The lllrdil. from 1.339 rounds straw thrctiert T,
nound-i st-cd,lti iiliryoiniatitity olch.tlf.the vu t( r
numi.ai'J iiuiinus ti s'law iim-Muu 'iiumii
sced.rnixcdwltlialeMriuantitvof charr, The tlinc
occupied in threMif n j by the lctor vai eum tniu
uis lui-s than tint ccetinled bv tho lJlrdscU. tnn
thcsrr-twof thu Victor the lHidscll machine tlmth
edtwo pounds ot ami; fruni thu Mraw nfthclilrd
Rhell tho Victor threshed ttirht rounds of seed. Tho
ttino occupied by tho Victor in tnU rtthreshlnff v s
seven miuuici icss man uiai uccupien uy inu
These machines wero both run by Unwell enclno.
u-ed essentially tho same amount of power. Mgued
K. M.by, chairnim, Lanrange, Ind.
J, II. tiardner, sec'y uentrevllle, Mich,
.tumcs Kichards, Centreline Mich.
.Mordonsabln, Centrevllle. Mich
amucl Kranklsh, centreMHe, Mich',
L. M. Wondworth, Latiranpe, Ind.
James ClUtfslon, I a(ranpu, Ind.
Arad Lonipraan, Ladranpe, Ind,
J. 12. Uouk. Launmire. Ind.
Circulars of tho victuk bent postago prepaid on
HaqerslouniAgl. Imp. ManfCo.
Aug. !7, W) J-w
ONE THOUSAND I l.OOO) DOLLARS
1'KE.MIU.M otIVred lo ANY 1'EitSnN
that will ilo as OltEAT A KAN'GE
OK W011K on A.N'Y OTUEll
M A ( MINE.
WHAT '1 HE
M1W DAVIS VERTIC kl JED
Will do without basliny.
irvtll make wide hem on st-.eets, ,te.. Iiera all
m.nirierofbirty weolen troods, as -nrt meiicn, crape,
ur puods difficult let hem on oilier muddies. It
maKrs a more eiasi ic si iccn 111.111 an) ot nor uiaeiilne,
It 111 turn a hem and put In plplntf at fume time
It will turn a hem, sew braid cm the light side
and btttclion tilmmtng at one cperat on.
It will do f. nice bias or straight, either on cotton
It 111 fell across seams on any goods.
I Will lllr.ll TL Ttrlt.4 f Mt.t anil tn,,- r.
either stlth or without show leg stitches; bind Ures
Ciood3 nlth the same material, elihcrtcallops.itoliits,
squares or straight. 'I ho onl) machine that wftt bind
Hula, cloaks, or other articles with Was, satin or
nun., liuill fllll, Ilit llt-HlU WlUin, , ItllOUt DOSllng,
It will gather wtth or w lthout setlng on.
Itwlllgathcr between two pieces and sow on at
II will make a runie and stitch a plUosv slip on to
,uviu,n, itiu .amciujw, .
It will shirr any kind or gcods.
1 1 will make plaited trimming either with or with
out sewing it on.
It win make plaited trimming cither scallaped or
Straight and Sfr n ntn'nc nn ,i, ii.um. .1..',.. i.
will make knife platting.
J. ESALTZKlt.Geii'l Agent,
net. 3, 70-ly.
Dauchy & Co'a. Advt'a.
AliENIs tsKe your choice arid sell the life cf
GARFIELD g 1IAi''00K
adq coin m orcy. circulars ard iciin-? froc. Outfit 50
v to ' , ' f-A-i.i uu iiioauwaj-, sew VorK
Do not confound this Matchless Ilenevolor ot
Fet-bld and exhausted Constitutions Uh rtolent
cuiuartlcs, clienpdtcoctlonsof silo drugs and ruin
lou jntoxlcants liuioeentlylabfled "Mtur." Malt
bi-iih ,u ,,ki,.uuii iuuiiiu'iico uc-causo t,re.
pared frcra unleimi nud ttinlr. HonH nn.t ,i..inin7.
tend other pieclous U.grcrilt-nls,ac cording to the prol
cesrof Llebig, ard aie richer Inthe elcnitnts fhat
resioru 10 ptriuiti.eni,ntain inpsseak.f'oiivalercent
Consumiitlvi', user-worked, Neivous, Mrepieu Ins.
peptic. II tllliiiis. and , 1, kle lit ,n in. n,,, ,.n ,i,
er forms of Mall or Medicine. Tlio genuine aro
aug ios.'.v d
ni?fJ A VsJ.4tltrs,Mittrass,oc,coupler
H VA l i 1 cJVox c clttto Si Vox Ilumaia.
nlniriit. t-'rui. il,lr,..u t i,,iui t. n. .... I . y ut
SS; N.J."' aug iA?.
flltliATlNT Itt'HIl e,er kiiumi! i(l,)ltO! j
la Thirty Days, and so.uoo Moro Pilnttng to supdiv
Ihet Immcnso demand for the Lire c f "ui'pi
??riUand Ufeof'""11-'01'1'' Ulu fJ,,J'
ly enduritfii. iiuih finihml im n:irnn..i...
Uioyerliiijooawcekl I geuumak'ingiui ioi
?,?mi '""'"lis Scptemter amt eictot.r.
lutllts Otic, cacu More A ciuts Needed Vor
h',?r'.'"'.a'1'lres? '""lk llfiillAlll) lilt' H.I'ubs
73thcsinutsireet, I'lilludu'ihla. a sep iimw
V vostii guaranteed. Hi a day
at homo mado by Ihe Industrious
Capital not required s v e will start
ou. .Hen, women, tors and girls
make money faauir at work for us
timu hl 4iuj tuiuy cisp, j no tAorKls
light and ploasant, utd kuch.as anions can go
rlghtau Thosii ts ho aro ulse ho sett this notloo
will send us their udJ reuses t once and sett for
tteemseHca. Costly oulllt and te rms tree. J.owlslno
tlino. Those already at work are ItulDg tin largo
lums of money,; Address UIUJS t Co." Auguslii.
Maine. oct. -lx
I'll EE HAMM.Ir
3 lLa ltrTJa H2 KVV--3.-y''
" THE NEW FOOD
'HE AimiifiN SEflSOfl OF 1880.
Have llio ilc.iiuro of cxtcndliig n general Invitation to llio mlil'c to visit
tho now ami cxtonstro aclcllllon to tholr Stcrc, just cutujilctctl, uml now oj.en
Tlio enlargement two years ago, nlllionjjti ileenioil tstilllclont for many
years to come, iroveil Iniulcrjualo to meet tlioileniaiiils of our wondcrfiillj- In
We, therefore, liming tho pat year purrlinsnl a lilcck nf eleven l,onr
In tlio rear nf our store, anil diirlnt! the spring nml niiinmr-r linvu erettnl on
thoelto thereof nil cxteuslvr nihllllon tnniir f diner intious bnllillnsi j,iv!ini
us n depth of S05 i'ect, 'extending from Jlnrleet i-treet all tho way through to
Our arrangement's for the Fer.son'a ht!i.iiit have as farcxtctditl thot-o of
former teasuin n our futiiro facilities fur Itt tnii,actlim will exceed those,
of tho past.
TlieKrcnt enlargement of tlio bulMings ha enabled us tn entirely reor
ganize cerlnin departments eif tho house, giving considerably moro room to
SllilCS, DUK-JS OOOD3 and other poptil ir branches of tlio busine-H, which
wero formerly at time's loo much ovcrcrowdo I. It al.so ad'urds in other wnya
facilities' for tbo pervico and coiivenlf nco of our patrons not to bo generally
Waiting and reading roomi (or ladies and gonllemcn havo been added;
retiring nnd toilet rooms for ladlo, to arraiiod aijd ayatematlzcd iw must
prove of great convenience to all our ciistnioors, both city nud country.
Niinicro'i? improvements havo been made, which space will not permit
us to mention, but the entire building, which is believed tn bo iinurpncil
inits appointments in this country, is open for oxcmlnatlon nnd critical In
spection of all who aro interested in new methods of doing biisinen-j, and in
tho growth and progress of our city and its Institutions,
Iiiler card, will givo information as to tho extent of our olicrinpi in tlio
various departments. The present is merely to ptteml a special invitation
to every ono interested to call und inupjct the buildings.
.MARKET STREET TO FILE HIT,
Iff. W, Goruer of KigMh Stpcot,
THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN :
111 positively euro Fcer nnd Agte. Dumb Ague, Ague C:ke, Ulllous Veccr, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, and all
dlneaaen nf Hie Liver, t-tomach and lllood. 'I'he pad cuies by obsorption. and Is nermaneiit Askiuur
druggist fir this pad iiiul tako nu other. It ho does not keep It, send ll.to totho V'liUSClt I'a'd uu (1 s
Urancti) 'KiI.UDO, Ohio, and receUe It by return mall, l'or sa!o by JOHN II, KINi'oitrs. liruecrlst Mali
street, nboio Iron, illooinsburg, l'a. sc-p To 'li-if
riles What unceasing tortures arise from Intcr
n. 1 Iileeilluc, Extcrual (uid itehing I'IKm. The vain
entVavors to obtain cea partial ivlU-1 has dtscour
Offfd the mUIioni who sutfer, and the havo boma
their atrouy in &Hen c, thlnkiD"; there was no hope
or KO-MH-et ot a cuie. Not-Ai!hstaniUusr the tola!
failure vt the many lemed'.ua heretou re utfered for
tnecuieof pilfS, and the picture cf agony ic&ting
on the face uf those who hate tiled the various rcm-edle-ibut
in vain jet cage-ilr souKht for and anx
loubh tiled an thing thtit ji-omlses the least relief
unltl llit-lr courftiro has long since given place to dc
apondency, let them cheer un, allow the smiles ot
hupplnes- ro tlluinlnat.i tho haggard countenahce,
and ttie d utlfs ot life will toe perfurmed with a degree
of happiness and pleasure unknown for weeks,
months or 3 eurs, Itrlffs' I'tlo liemedles aro the re
sult or unceasing study and experimenting, tho no
plusultrior medical science, and Ineverv respect
safe, sclentlllc and reliable for the cure of plies in ev
ery foi in. m lugs' remedies are sold by o. A, Klelu,
Try Dr. Urnnh Hutilnn UdNfiui.
t'ATAIilllt lstho mo-tuiiUersal and UWressIng
disease of lhoitresent (lay. and the scoies of won
derlul remedies oifered for the euro ot this disgust
Ing dtsens-e, thlchare worse than uoituless has
dlncuuraged the millions who sutrerand lia;euird
In vain for relief aud cure until their courage Is gone
and iiieMctim still tiutlers lu duubt. Hern ,tts are
with Dr. Josiah Uriggs' I'alairh hpeclilcs Nos 1 and
2, and how shall wo proceed to eonclnco that wo
huso tho best andcheaDCt remedies l;riiiwn. i;t.i..i
will furnish them to responsible parties on cuudl
lion "so cviiE no rn." vnd Hill pa jioofora
case they wl 1 not cure, Srd Will pav Um tor their
equil us a cine, sth win pay Vei If auj thing poi
sonous orileleierloiis Is found lu their composition.
Mil Will ray ll.ooo If m any paiticular nr. Jo-.lah
luligs' Catarrh -pcclrtcs aiefuiind cimereut rrom
icpreMMitatlou. air.intc-d to Instantly rcllouand
I.1UI.UUJ euiu itniu, t-uiuuu , iiieuratito or nry ca
tairh, cold lu the Head, and all affections of the
cavities of tho brad. mil thto.it, Tnu bottles Ui ono
box, tirealest sucevsa of the age. Bold by C. A,
Tr Dr. IlrlSK.' e'nlnrrh pt'rllle.
liunlons, Corusand other a'lmentscf tho feet cause
muchsurfcrliig among all nations by whom shoes
are worn. 'i'hereUinorutnaiUnu.ooiinorthor boots
andthoes deMrojed annually In ibo United Mutts
(lu the rest ot tho world more than n.ooo.ocw) bycut.
tlug while iu w, or nearly so, to ma to loom for pain
ful bunions, corns lngrein lug nl s, soie Insn ps. etc
Ilcsldcs Hits gicu sjcrlilce, Ihcro Is tuid In New
lork tochlroiKAllsis nbout ,2.i,eooaiii:iullj; la New
hnglaiid siaus about $'S,i(tt j in the sv stern and
southciit about no.Liio; and In tho i. a' ot the world
aboui J'iisi.itwi; letldts this there li ioo,, cr) spent an
nually for ciii.ttcs a dothti woiihlcss compounds
fr.r ihe euro cf Imnloi s, Corns, mho Iinderu. under
I'eel, do. Toadoldtli-fcO greatlosK ani expendi
tures, uo Ur. jodsh lirlggs' Ilunlon lulsa j and
fcuro corn cure, which h the only preparation
known Unit gives Immediate relief and radically
cures hard, soit .and ulcerated liunlons hard, soft
ttnd festered corns, vascular exeiesc noes, callosities
large and small, sore Insteps blistered heels, tci dcr
feet, Ingrowiug nails, etc,, without causing or leav
lag "uy palu or soreness. Warranted safe and sure.
-rf ... ...v...., ti.wtluuUIJ,, , U.
Try Dr. HrlmsV l'iiinriillelcd Vllo Itriunly.
Eoad and Kelloct.
i.-vs. suu.M -4.uuovivuiiui.tti itt-iiiiucui ur all Ca-
elms aro offered to tnose amicu d with acute.chroD-
ri.voV v)T,v ,;; -ii. uuju iu uioneaj, nay
pf io.ee, and all orfectlona cf tho nasul cavities and
throat, v tth a tuarant o that they are ciieuiier. U-u
U r, moroenicucioui. curing iiulcker. with more cerT
"'"vi '"',' usivtuuic iu uw iimu any remedy
yet dlscovrea. 'iwo bottles in ono box, on 1 1 cf
which ruiiKit'rt ulth u-ftt-r 1,.1.1-i.u ru
1'rico $:.io ptr ; riukuge, turLlabed to' lesinslbie
...cc o.huuuihu,,.-,, - two uu j)ay ' Jicaieia
ar-H uultifir .-il tit i..rumt i. r"
clusers are riot satlsned. Tho siteeltics aro oon-tleii-
r"' ' -' -r; '"", " ,i"u u mey tan
.ubU,w -., o mivncu. ,iuii iur ineiri'iiuai
u?SUu' f?V "''i'fBI'OhousordtleU'rlous
I"" any respect Ur.Ililggs Catarrh Sindnc4 are
tuund dlnt rent from rc presentation. Here Is an oni
li tunny for Uioso discouraged by repeated fa 1?
urts to try again on a guaruiiteed euro. And the
itiuiu nuuii.i iiiiiiiuitii uiiir venture to try ijipmi,
sijeciccswittioutfetlliiirthat they are to Ui 1mm.
sua cj o:x ttc'iiururmiburgM'.r na-
- .. nn . ituieie.a uei
aprll 3, 'mi-ly Kewatg, yew Jtirsey.
lJ,MINISTitATOU'S NOTILK "
SSTiTS OK J01IK IliKIKiN bECSiSID
Ilartinan deuewd de bonis non cumtusinijntoilri1.
v. ui..,. .u.iriii,j, v ummoia co.. i'a
deceased have been grauu-d by the Itcgisterot said
county to isaao A. lJollt Admlulstrafor. All ner.
sons ha, Ing claims against ilia estate of trie decod.
to Ute undersigned Adiatnuisuator without delay
1 SM A 111 at livtlrimi, '
A Positivo and Psrmanont Cure Guaranteed
In al! cases of Gravel, Diabetes, Dropsy, liright's Disease of the
Kidneys, Incontinence nnd Ketention ot Urine, Inllaniation of
the Kidneys, Catarrh of the Illaddcr, High Colored Urine, Pain
i In the I!ack, Side or Ltiins, Nervous Weakness, and in fact all
I disorders ol the Bhdder and Urinarv O
I'ed by private di-casesor otherwise.
This grent remedy has b en used wttli success for nearly ten rears In
Trance, with the most wonderful uuratuc KiTectit. It cure's liy absorm""
noniiiseouslnicrnaliaedlcliiesbelngrequlrfd. We have hundreds i ol f tesll
moulala ot cures by this via when all else had failed
I UVlitlif, it younrosulfeilngfrom rmnain ivpntiwoa r ,1,,.,., ,n.
cases w'cullar to females, or In fact any dlscaso crtim HiIiipm. lv r
ITof. Oiillincttc's ri cuch Hlilnov I'ael
FRENCH PAD CO., Toledo, Ohio,
Or JOHN II. KINroitTH, Druggist. Jlaln Street abovo Iron, lilooms
"'"'t''. 1 sen. 10, tai-ir
French Liver Pad
CRUDE PETROLEUM PILLS.
.allied -i!) lbs. -ivcls.irj In ; monllm
rowiuTTAN, c. II., Va April, 151.
Dit, M. -Miitox:
and tried tho best physicians of theco ,, Mr wi h"
i-T, ii Situ ,.,, ,'"'V,'?''"! ' ""u J our LLC lit.
doing mo nut least good, I tried sour c'I.tiie
itciLKiT.M pu t s I vA.;.A.....L.' It."..
i ii. .";-.;, .".""' commenced . taum
l,i,.V. nt ,i,,v; i"ceManiiy, nan lHIllWr-
. Sf'. night sweats, etc. I weighed 114 lbs. Alter
taking tho pills two months the cough and iildit
lla'pofindsf1"1 Ud '"-'"o" ''.'0 AitU t Ight 1
Thousands of cases liko the abese.
etmu l;"l,1e Al.s'.0.i PfclHo euro for chronic bron
Troub'los catarrh, and all Throat and Lung
u 'i'!'J,1 s5'en's. Largo boxes (I3) pills) i,
Address 1U ou receipt of price, w Uh dlrecilons.
July 0, o-3m wtco
1)11. M. MILTON.
In Ing, N.V.
NEW YORK SUN
For the Campaign.
hJi'tf v b!rN w"! '0"n1 a nse ful anilllarr
riVl ,h0 are earnektly working for the reformer
1 'i?i,a,",0.ra' vm,Ft'1't HelleUiig tint 11 o cUls
which halo so lecg beset thetounirv cunle cured
only by a change of the party In power. The mm
in.ri',lyB."fI.'(Jr"ror s'reslctent anil VIce-lTetldent
Hancock and lmimsii.
In order thai all thosowho sympatblzenlth our
G-JK,6 W l1?, -lclfntiy co-opc t, le 1th uVto
I'lifi11 J1 n.B w,,Ek, v M'N to clubs, or slrg'e nib-
TVe.ifn'J;0.si'.',,kl' '""'"i-ini cut. torilio
auj lu '80-ira.
"HE SUN, Kuw Yokk Cm,
TFAnMFR.Q & STUDENTS
J. O. MrCintDVA CC..' I'lilliiile'li.l.ln. i'n.
ittulllplyliiK and protperoua. Kn.llca, water pox era,
Correapoiulettc. Invlteil. Inromtation nromnllv ieti.
Apply lg the Department ot Agriculture, lUltfsL.S.U
nug, 10, 'SO-lm
T1IH HONAKZA roit HOOK AOKNTS.
Is selling our two tplen1 Idly llluttrated books, tl.es
the nret written by hli llfe-Iong friend, Hen J.
FOUNKV, an aulhor of nalloual fame, aril an ft
dent ndmlierrttho "superb soldier;" the Hcocd
written by his corr ade.'c-anes. and rcsorsl
friend. Gen. JAR. S. HHIMIIN, an author of wide ce
lebrity, ltoth omclal, low-prlcd, immeiiscly ler";
lar, and selling Ilejond l'retedect. Agents DOCtl'Llt.
l'JteiKITS by selling both, outnts wc. each. Act
t'UiCK and Coin Hrue. HUUIIAKU linos., ti
chestnut street lhl)adc'lphla. d aug.'3,w
if I,."1'1'' CLI'IATIS. In Norllt Csrolltel
Uoqill uriiilng. tlrailiii- ,M Mlnernl LilitiU
can bo bouiht VS IV OlfliAl'. lb. Clltimu )
mild, eouable, hcltlilul. TheSallliirooJinilc.pal'iil
of the hlsbe.t development. Everything grow n tii llio
TJolonU grown In lla limits. lotiilatloiil&w..biJjiik'
.na tioKnit.niM. tayfs i.iiiiit
'f 1 r --
The American Shoe Tip Co.
A. S. T. Co.
Black I ip
Tlist Ii now so eitemlrely worn on
TO WEAR A3 LONG AB THE METAL,
Witch was Introduced by tl.in, tad by which
tho abovo aniuunl hai boon HTtkl lo iKtrtmU an
nually. Thll ItUck Tli "III mh still
moir, aj beildt belcig worn on tli coarser
grade. II la worn on llu and co.tlr ahoos
Ahera tho Metal Hp on aocouot cf Its fooli
would not UuaeJ,
TheyoUUatctourTradsMarlc A. H. T. Co.
tamped on frontofTlp,
4rents should ASK FOB BH0E3 wltU tt"
BAUTIFUX. BLACK TIP