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THE COLUMBIAN AKD DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Kill DAY, SKl'THMHKlt It, 18811.
Correct Kiillronti Time Tnlilc.
Mr. Charles Hartman of South Henri,
Indiana, Is visiting Ms relatives In this
county. Ho Is it brother ot A. II. liartmnn
of Buckhorn, nnd the oldest of eleven cull
men, all of whom nro living. He went
went many years ago.
Lost. Between Orancovlllo and Blooms
burg a small case containing a slope level,
Any person finding and returning It to tho
Homo surprise was created last Baturriay
by tho appearance of John W. Oorrincr In
town, It was generally understood that
ho hari been taken to Centra county on
tho chargo of obtaining a team of horses
under falsi) pretenses, (lordlier explains
thu transaction In this way t be says ho
had n team of horses which ho traded for
tho black team, and that ho was not the
I-jtHH Hint Along;
About two weeks ngo, a man represent
ing himself as advanco ngont for Cole's
circus and giving his namo as Landon,
visited lllooinsburg, After making largo
contracts for oats, hay, Ice, meat, &c,
ami viewing a location for tho circus, he
becamo quite friendly with ono of our
townsmen, and succeeded In getting him
Go to 0. 0. Marr for quilts and blankets
Black and colored dress silks cheaper
than over. Having purchased n largo lot
of dress silks from a largo Importing houso
going out of business, wo nro enabled to
offer some good bargains In nbovo goods
11, J. Clark As Hon.
(I 84 . (n. It 4!t ft. m.
4 u) p. in. e is p. in.
Trains on tho I). I. W, It. It. leHTo Bloomsburg
j M a. m. s 25 a, m.
10 47 a. ra. 11 48 a. in.
6 M p. ui. 4 tu p. ra.
The It 43 train south connects with the I'hlla.
rtolnnla Heading at Ituport, ana with tho
Northern Central at Northumberland.
Ttu 8:M a. m. tralnoonnocts at Northrnborland
nlth r trala on Pennsylvania road reaching
puliodeiphla at Sim p. ra.
Tho tl:4 train connects with Philadelphia and
lloadlng roal at Ituport al 1I:W reaching Phila
delphia at 1:00 p. m.
The tl:4s train connects with Pennsylvania
roa 1 at Northumberland at 1:49 reaching Philadel
phia at V.n p. m.
The 4:9) p. m. train connocM with Pennsylvania
road at Northumberland at 8:05 p. m. and reaches
Philadelphia at 9:55 a. m.
Trains on tho N. & W. 11. Itnlliray pass!' Bloom
Kerry as follows :
r.4l a. m iJ.cxsp. m.
41 p. m T.oi p. m.
Miss Sado Dcrrlckson Is visiting friends
lira. 11. P. Hnrtman has been quite 111
for sorao time with dropsy.
William II. Clark has returned to Phlla-
riclphla for medical treatment.
T)r. P. 0. Harrison of Lcwlsburg was In
town on Tuesday.
Dr. Jas. D. Heal and wlfo arrived hero
last Saturday, to visit their friends before
going to their work In China.
J. Frank Smith left on Thursday for
Hackcttstown, N. J., where ho will attend
school this year.
Thomas J. Ilcck of Philadelphia, spent a
inw ilrtvs with George W. llcrtscb, this
Ell Bobbins of Fishingcrcck, has re-
turned from his western trip, after an
absenco of sovcral months.
Harry Packer Is ntprcscnthavlnir a porch
built to his rcsldcnco at Mauch Chunk
which Is to cost $23,000. Tho contract for
tho stono work was rtlvcn to n Wllknu.
Harro man nt $15,000, and this ecntlcman
already claims that ho Is going to loso mon
cyhylt. Tho ornamental stono work Is
salri to bo very elegant.
It Is sari news to housekeepers that the
toothsome mackerel will bo scarce and
high priced this year, owing to the small
ncss of tho catch. So far this year but
50,000 barrels have been cauaht. atralnst
133,000 same tlmo last year. Tho Jprlce for
Iriontlfy him, nnd ho was discharged.
Gordon claims that ho was entirely Inno
cent in tho transaction, and did not know
how tho man with whom ho traded came
In possession bt tho horses. Not wishing
to do him Injustice, wo glvo his statement,
and In order that our readers may havo
both sides of tho story we reprint tho ac.
count of thq nfTalr as given by tho Ply
mouth Record, as follows t
"Ono of tho most exciting horso cases,
that probably ever Interested Plymouth
people occurred hero last week. On Fri
day last, Mr. J. W. Gordncr, of Columbia
county, accompanied by a Mr. Vanllom,
of Hunlock's Creek, drove Into town with
No. 1 extra salt mackerel has reached $25 I a span of black horses, and endeavored to
10 .?iu per barrel. Last year they sold at
$15 to $20 per barrel.
Miss Marlon Brown, tiled I nt tho rcsl-
denco of her sister, Mrs. H. II. Grotz, last
Friday night after an Illness of several
weeks. 8ho was a most cstlmablo
lady, and her many friends here and else
where will deeply mourn her death. Tho
funeral took place on Monday, and tho
remains wcro taken to Angelica. N. Y..
ho (Landon) might tlraw tho money from
tho bank. Tho draft was presented for
payment and returned protosted. It
seems that Landon bail soiurcri the draft
In Flcmlngton, N. J., whero It was mntlo
by tho cashier of I'.io bank for nine dollars
nnd seventy-five cents, nnd that Landon
hnd added tho letters "ty" and mado tho
amount read ninety dollars nnd seventy
fivo cents. Ho was In Dloomsburg one
day and left town stating that ho would bo
back again In a few days. From hero ho
went to Danville, nnd there played tho
samo trick on ono of tho landlords. This
U probably tho samo person of whom
about n month ngo wo cautioned our rca
tiers to bowarc.
Fine groceries, notions, canned goods, at
J. 11. Bkcer's.
window cornices, lit
Thermometers, from So cents to $3.60 at
tho Columiiian store. tf
old hens, geese nnd ducks,
good live calves,
" iilttcd cherries.
ho abovo wanted nt Light Struct, by
Why pay 7 nnd 8 couts for calico when
you can buy as good for 0 cents of II. J.
Clark & Son.
C. C. Marr wants butter, ecus, lard and
negotiate their sale, with several parties
here. They had been in town but a short
time, until Gordncr was arrested on the
charge of horso-stcaling, nnd placet! In the
lockup. Subsequently ho hari n bearing
bcforo justlco llobcrts, which for somo
cause, was postponed until Saturday morn
ing. In tho meantime the prisoner was
placed in chargo of Chief of Police Lod-
crick. He procured counsel In the person
of C. W. McAlarney, Esq., who appeared
beforo the Justlco and demanded his re-
There were 120 failures reported to Brad-1 ,caso ns tucro was no evidence to sustain
ttreel's last week against 170 tho week pre- tllc charge. He also required an order for
vlous and 110 for tho corresponding week 1110 release oi uio norses. in me meon
of 1882. This number is the smallest re- tlmci tlic plaintiff, a resident of Centre
ported during any week since October 14, county, nppearcd to prove that Gordncr
1883. A financial critic says by tho way of lmu rcprcsenicii nimseit ns jnr. oamce,
remark, that tho failures were unlmnortnnt. nnd had purchased a team of horses from
J. O. Lclriy
&Co. havo enlarged their
Tho recent frosts have Injured
and buckwheat crops.
"Only n Miner's Daughter" nt tho Opera
House this (Friday), evening.
Street Commissioner Houscl is putting
in a number of new street crossings.
and thci cforc It Is safe to assume that the
country Is In no danger of anything like a
Tho merchant tailoring department of
David Lowcnbcrg Is now replete with all
the novelties In gents' wear. Call nnd sec
the fall styles.
There Is an occasional complaint that
there Is too much advertising in this pa
per, and not enough reading. If any ono
will take tho trouble to measure they will
tho corn I hud that In the course of tho year the pure
reading matter of tho Columiiian will fill a
book of about 2500 pages, which is equal
to five ordinary-sized books that sell for
$2.00 npiccc. That Is, wo give for $1.50
what would cost $10.00 In book form.
No complaint should bo made about this.
a frog pond in ono of his
Mrs. Lavina Miller, wlfo of Stephen U.
Miller, died on Wednesday afternoon after
a protracted Illness, arred 70 vcars. She
A child of J. K. Lockard, aged about 0 wa3 a model wife and mother, and wns
months, died on Sunday of cholcrn Infan- characterized through her long life by cml-
turn. It was buried on Tuesday.
A susnenslon of judgment is all wo ask
don't buv anywhere until you havo seen
the new goods at David Lowonbcrg's.
Tho Friendship boys will attend the
Flremcns' convention at Scranton on the
Tho Convocation of Wllllamsport will
meet atSt Paul's P. E. Church in this town
beginning on Tuesday evening the 25th.
Silas Johnson, the Jcrscytown stagedri.
ver now runs a new two seated spring wag
on over his route.
. ... ... .l!.l I
i'etcr Starr Ol BCIlUyiKUl county, cuou -o- n..TUTa rntnrnil tl,n atnrn nf T .T Mr..
cently from blood-poisoning, tho result of Uenry ftt Bcnt(m ou Wcdncgday nIght(
ncnt christian qualities. She was one of
nine children, seven daughters and two
sons, only four of whom survlvo her, Mrs.
N. P. Moore, Mrs. Mnjor Vance,Mrs. Frcas
Conner and one brother, Peter Kline of
Michigan. She was tho mother of C. W.
and I. K. Miller, of this town. The funer
al will take place nt the resilience on East
street this Friday afternoon at half past
FAitMKits Read This. Farmers wishing
a first-class article of phosphate, can get It
at Llghtstrcct at any time. Stop and get
prices nnd examine goods before buying.
IlAnvEt E. Heacook.
cutting a corn, which produced gangrene.
The place to ascertain "What to wear,"
for tho coming season, is at
him, for which he paid $375, by giving
him a check, on the Lcwlsburg bank,
signed J. Snntcc. On presenting the
check nt tho bank payment was refused, as
J. Santco hari no business transactions
with them nnd they knew no such person.
Tho plaintiff's attorney, H. C. Magcc,
Esq., then had him arrested in the name of
J. Santcc on a warrant issued by a Centre
county justice, for getting goods on false
pretence. Gordner's attorney Insisted that
his client's namo was not Santcc, as tho
warrant implied, and produced witnesses
to prove that his real namo was Gordncr.
He therefore insisted upon his discharge.
The Justlco however adjourned the hear
ing until 5 o'clock. In the meantime tho
plalntliTs counsel had secured tho atten
dance of Deputy Sheriff, Mike McGauhan,
who came armed with a writ of replevin
to get possession of the horses. As there
was nn apparent irregularity in the pro
ceedings, n proposition was mado by
which the matter was compromised, by
the plaintiff surrendering the fraudulent
check, nnd Gordncr agreeing to give up
the horses, and pay tho costs incurred. It
Is evident that Gordncr had forged a
check in the namo of J. Santee, with which
ho purchased the team, and pio deserved to
bo punished, but the legal proceedings
were not sufficiently straight to enable tho
plaintiff to accomplish his purpose, and
he was therefore only too glad to recover
his property and glvo up tho evidence
which he held against Gortlner. Both
parties have, we trust, been taught a salu
tary lesson. The plaintiff, not to trust to
the deceptive representations of an entire
stranger, nnd Gordncr, that obtaining
horses under false pretense or forgery, is
as bad as horse-stealing and as ilkcly to
lead to as deplorable results."
A much needed improvement has been
raadont the Presbyterian church by tho
erection of new steps.
The commissioners have mado arrange
ments to lay a stone pavement along the
west side of the court house lot.
G. W. Bertsch was in the city this week
purchasing his new Fall stock of goods.
Look for something nice when he receives
For Sale. A registered full blood short
horn durham cow. Took first premium
at last fair. Price $00.00. Inquire at
Rawllngs' Meat Market, Main St.
blew open the safe and took out about
$5,000 worth of papers. The thieves took
the papers to tho lumber yard, and alter
examining them left them there in the rain,
being of no use to anybody but the owner.
There was no money in tho safe. The
same party it Is supposed entered Hess'
Hotel nnd got about $0.00 out of the
money drawer. There were suspicious-
looking men seen about the town during
the day. Tho samo night a horso and
wagon was taken from Dr. Patterson's
stable, nnd driven to Dloomsburg where It
was turned Into Dr. Gardner's stable.
David Lowcnberg having just returned
from New York nnd having purchased his
Fall Stock, is now prepared to offer the
latest styles in gentlemen's wear, and in
vites an early inspection of the new goods.
Aimut fiftv of tho friends of Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Bluo gave them a pleasant sur-
nrian nnrtv on Thursday night of last
r i j -
Tho open air concert given by Mr. Fred-
riclat Llghtstrcct on tho evening ortlic
8th, was a success. Tho Afton band fur
nlshcd the music.
Clinton Sterling lost a valuable cow on
tho railroad last Saturday night. She was
fastened in the stahlo as usual, but got out
In somo wav. nnd wandered to tho track.
Two men namctl Crawford and McGulre
were brought from Centralia ono day last I m t10 aTi (l specially devised motor,
Artistic and Decorative Painting. In
struction given in water color, oil, lustrn
painting, &c. Decorating china n special
ty. Barbotino waro finished in Liraogo
glaze. Orders for Christmas solicited
early. Ladles arc invited to call and ex
amine samples. Lesson days, Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays privately.
Work made easy for ladies unaccustomed
to drawing. For further particulars please
address II. J. MaoAitTUUit,
Sep 14-4w Bloomsburg, Pa.
The Japanese fircworics mat are to form
a new featuro among tho attractions to
the Fair of tho Lackawanna Agricultural
Society on tho 18, 10, 20 and 21st lasts.,
have not been introduced into this country
more than a very few months. They are
enormous figures of grotesque objects,
and arc projected five or six hundred feet
The New PoHtal Mote.
The new postal notes for sums less than
five dollars were Issued last week. They
may be obtained at any money order office,
and cost three cents each. They arc
good for three months from the last day of
the month in which they are issued. They
are made payable to bearer, nnd it docs
not require a written application to obtain
them. One simply pays the amount called
for and three cents more nnd gets his
note, the amount named in which is
tuined at any money order post office.
Catharlno Hostler, an aged lady of this
township, died of consumption on the 80th
Lewis Ecroth, of town, whllo digging
potatoes on Saturday, was taken with the
third nnd fatal stroke of paralysis. He
lived until about midnight, when he ex
pired. His remains wcro burled on Tues
Several fannlng-mlll ngents, selling a
Michigan mill, wcro through this vicinity
tho past week, apparently doing n good
Rev. Bodlnc of Fowlcrsvlllo, preached
an excellent sermon In the Lutheran church
of this place on Sunday evening.
Gray squirrels seem unusually plenty
this year. Sportsmen arc coming to this
placo from Hazlcton, Berwick and differ
ent places. Dan. nnd Harvey Nycr shot
over fifty In nbout four days.
Mrs. Simon Frcy is dangerously 111.
John Miller, of Milton, is spending a
few days on his farm below town.
Our genial butcher, J. C, Muuslngcr,
moved to Brnndonvlllc on Tuesday, whero
he will take charge of one of the Brandon
John Yoho nnd Chris. Hnrpstcr are
doing n good business with their separator
Two gentlemen named Cook and Snyder,
of Factor Me, Pa., nro prospecting for
coal on the Ncscopcck mountnin opposite
West Mifllin. They arc said to havo good
prospects, having a small vein of coal at
Our $7,000 school house is coming right
up. Tho Mifllin Record gave your corrc.
spondent a terrible blow a few weeks ngo,
when ho said, "Tho kickers arc generally
tho last and least tax.paycrs." Well, ho
may very likely bo mistaken if ho thinks
he knows who your correspondent Is just
at present. My share of tho building-tax
for cacli year is about $11.00, which I paid
this year the first time the collector asked
for It. Wonder how that will compare
with his building-tax. lie said some time
ago a house should be built that would
be an ornament to the town. Well, if tho
township decides to build houses for orna
mcnts for gracious sake give them an
ornament. They need It indeed. I feel
like saying much more but I think wo nil
join in sayiug : "Give us a rest on the
school houso subject. Wo are all tirod
reading school house opinions.
RIIODOMOYER KELLER. At the
Baptist parsonage, Bloomsburg, July 22,
1883, by Rov. O. Wilson Smith, Mr. Daniel
E. Rhodomoyer to Miss Anna M. Keller.
SnELIIAMMER SEYBERT. A t t h o
Evangelical parsonage, Bloomsburg, Sep.
tember 8th, 1883, by Roy. S. P. Reiner, Mr.
John A. Shclhammer, of Centre, nnd Miss
Ilattlo II. Scybcrt, of Salem, Luzerne
A Iluit.siNO Mink I'lxTiNtiuisimi). Sov
cral months ngo the Rending Railroad
Company's Bear Valley Shaft near Shenan
doah caught fire In Its Inner workings and
tho mlno bad to bo Hooded with walcr.
Tho lire being extinguished, thu work of
pumping out tho water has been progress
ing for two months. It wns finished Inst
week and thu mine explored. It wns
founri to have suffered severely from tho
ravages of fire nnd water. Tho work of
renovating will begin at once, nnd It Is ox
pected tho mlno will resume full opera
tions In a few weekB. It was ono of tho
most productive collieries under tho Read
ing's control, employing several hundred
hands, and Its resumption will have an Im
portant bearing on the company's output
The Greatest Blood Purifier Knownl
Ilhmuuitta 8urvi Co. i
tKNTS I havo been a Brent
tntrlroltn trial In in v own caw,
and I chef rfully utiy that I havo
Wanted, An nctlvo agent to canvass
tho south sldo of tho river for tho salo of
tho History of Columbia County. Liberal
terms will be given. Call personally at
tho Coi.umman office.
nutlercr front lllinmrnthm for Blx
years, nnd heulngof tho success
of llheumnttc Hvrup I concludod
mi in in
boon trrcatly benefitted by Us use.
Iran walk wltli entire freedom
from pain, and my troncral health
Is vtrr much Improved. It Is a
siilondld remedy for tho blood
and debilitated Hysteui.
K. C11ESTEU 1'AltK, M. II.
KcU. SO, W.
1'OBI I1YHON, N. Y.
Minimallo Byritv Co.1
1 had tioen doetcrlnir for three
four years, with dUI(
slctans, for scrofula, as somo ca
ed It, but found no relief until 1
comtnencrw uikiuk jum ryiui..
After taking It a shurt time, to
my surprise, It betran to help me.
Contlnulnir Its uso a few weeks,
I found myself as well as ever.
As a blood purifier, I think It has
MItS. WIIXIAM STIIANO.
I'AtRroHT, N.Y., March 12, fJ.
lUteiatuitte Svrup Co. I
(Iknth filnco November, 1RS2, 1
liaro boon a constant sufrenr
from neuralgia nnd have not
known what It was to bo free
from pain until I commenced the
u- of Ulieumntie Hyrup. I havo
felt no pain Blnce uslni? tho fourth
bottlo. 1 think It Is the best rem
edy I have ever heard of for purl
fylnir tho blood and for tho euro
of rheumatism and neuralgia.
W. n. CHASE.
Manufacture!! nimVUATlC STRUP CO., 1 llynwulh Ave., RvcheHer, X. Y.
FERTILIZER I FERTILIZER 1 1
Farmers wishing a first-class nrtlclo of
phosphate will do well by buying of
HARVEY E. HEACOCK, nghtstrcet.
They nro nil guaranteed to be equal to any.
thing In tho market for the money. Will
have it on hand nil tho time. For sale by
tnc nuovo m liiguisircri, orisanc ucacocx,
MIFFLIN SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Notice Is hereby glvcu that tho under
signed Board of Directors of Mltllin School
District Intend to apply to tho Court of
Common Pleas of Columbia county, on
the fourth Mond..y of September next, for
n decrco authorizing them to borrow
money by l.sulng bonus for the purposo of
erecting a school houso In tho village of
Milllmvillc, In said Mifllin School District.
JACOI1 BlTTKNUKN'DBR, PrCSt.
8-21-4w A. C. MlLLAitn, Scc'y.
This Is to certify that L. E. Wharv Is the
solo authorized agent for Bloomsburg, for
thu Heading Stove Works, of Orr, Painter
co uo., ana is tnc only dealer that can give
a guarantee on our work on stoves, heat
ers or furnaces.
0-7-3w ORR, PAINTER & CO.
Tlio ceremony of driving tho golden
Bpiko, which completed tho .Northern
Pacific Railroad mid permanently
Uy virtue of a wilt of n. Ka., Issued out of the
Court of common Pleas of colembla county and
to mo directed, will bo exposed to Public Sale nt
joined tho Northern I'acifio coast with tho court Houso la nioomsbunr, on
tho Atlnutio coast, was concluded on
tho 8th hiBt in thu uresutioo of a largo
crowd, nnd nmldst the boominrr of can
non. Speeches wcro mado by Prcsi- ht s o'clock, p. m., tho foUowlng described reales.
.i..... irti.-.i ti iitii'.:.. .iltato. situate in Hemlock township, Columbia
uohl v.uaru, uslu miu c01ltnnlng m Mros ana 46 perches of
Saturday, Septsmk lStb, lH,
Remember that Lutz& Sloan havo a
large stock of dress silks cheap.
ox-Sucretary William SI. Hvarts.
OAltES OF LIFE.
As we come to them they are received,
borno with, nnd passed over willi no more
than n thought, If wo are in the enjoyment
of health, but if suffering with Piles or
skin disease of any kind they magnify a
hundred fold. C. A. Klclm, tho Druggist,
has Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy which is nn
absolute cure for any affection of the kind
and is sold for COcents. July 13-cow
We are glad to say that our daughter,
who lias been aflllctcd with Rheumatism
for about clsht vcars. Is nearly cured from
the use of two bottles of Phelp' Rheumatic
Elixir. We regard iLjis an excellent rcme
day, and anticipate a perfect euro by tho
timo another bottlo is taken.
Respectfully, Mi:, and Mns. Stave,
188 Frccmont street, Chicago, 111.
land, whereon Is erected a dwcllinK house, barn
and outbuildings; bounded anddcscriDca asioi
lows, to-wlt : lleglnnlng nt a stone corner In tho
public road, thenco north one degree, cast 1M per
ches along land of John Miller to a pine corner,
thenco by land of Uenjamln Bomboy, v. n. w.g
ncr and I. Leldy north forty-two and one-halt de
grees, west 105 porches to a chestnut oak corner,
thenco by land of Ooorgo llarunan south 1 degree
west 6S1 perches to a corner, thence south, by land
of S. Ilclchnrd B8 degrocicnst 78 2-10 perches to a
stono comer, thenco north 1 degroo oast 4 perches
too stone.thcnce south by land of John Hartman ttt
degrees, oast 4 perches to a stone, thenco by tho
same north 1 degroo, cast 43 MO perches tD a stone
corner In tho road, thenco along said road not th 8.1
degrees, cast 10 perches to tho place of beginning.
seized, taken In execution nttno BUitot Jiary
Kcster ngaln?t Wm. II. Kcstcr, and to bo sold as
tho property of Win. a Keatw.
Clirisnian, Att'y. JOHN MOtJHEY,
aug 1" Sheriff,
I For salo at Haulers liott's Pharmacy.
EVKitTnony knows it.
ou have tnc Itch, salt ltlicum,
Gulls, or Skin Eruptions of any kind, and
you know without being
, Klclm. tho druggist, will
tho Piles, that
told of it. C. A.
sell you Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy for 60
cents, which affords immediate relief, and
is u sure euro for cither of the above diseas
es. July 6-cow
Rheumatic Syrup O) :
Wolcott, Wayne Co., N. Y.
Gentlemen For many years I have been
n great sufferer with iheumntism. Much
of the time I had but little use of my arms ;
my hands were drawn out ot shape, and
nearly lost the use of ono of my limbs.
I have been treated by tho best physicians,
and have taken many different remedies
that were highly rcconmcndcd, but grew
worse nil the time until I commenced using
Rheumatic Syrup, and beforo I had used one
bottle I began to improve, nnd after taking
tho Syrup four weeks, I wns completely
cured, and to-day I am as well as over, and
can use my hands and limbs ns freely ns
when a boy. Tho effect of tho Rheumatic
Syrup has been truly wonderful in my
case, and I find, ou inquiry, that It is doing
equally as well In every other caso where
It is being used. You nro at liberty to use
my name as you choose, ns I am very glad
to be able to say, as 1 can, tuut the uneu
matic Syrup is one of the best medicines on
thu market, and a single trial will convince
any oue of its wonderful merits,
Friday, Even'g Sept... 14
Engagement of tho renowned star organi
AVENUE COMEDY CO.,
OP NKW YOKK.
5I& .Itmurt! Tuur 1 Original Star Catt I
On this occasion will bo produced tho greatest
dramatic work of tho age,
is hereby Blvcn that tho following accounts
havo been nied In tho court of common l'lcas of
Columbia County, and will be presented to the
Mrt I'nitrt. nn ttiofnnrth MondftV Of 8ejtCmDCr.
168-j, and connrmod alter mo ioun.n uny oi auiu
term unlesscxceptions do mea wunin mat, umu.
1 Tim nwinnt. nf .Irwnh CirawfonL CommlttCO
nf thn nerunn nnd eat.ntA of Pctr Mellck. a lunatic.
2. Final account of Samuel C. Jayne, assignee ot
A. W. UlCKSOn.
X First and until account oi uunton tins,
mlttce of Clark F. Harder, a lunatic.
Bloomsbusg, Aug. 24, to. Froth')-.
N h Y
Loiters ot administration In the estate otJame
irtinl.nn inin nt XI t Dloiadnt fniVTlaliln I'nltim.
M- V nmirrrtfAf 1 bla'county, Fa., deceased, havo been gramed fir
iner S JL3.UPnLCr I the Register ot said county to John J. t
Miss Emma Hendricks, Miss Marti Crocker,
Mr. James Harrison, Mr. JohnT. McKeevcr,
Mr. spencer Frllchard, Mr. Chas. Barry,
Hclcct Company of Metropolitan
THK ORIOINAL MUSIC I
ELEOANT STAGE SETTINGS AND
FUWEHFUL SENSATIONAL EFFECTS.
Under the stage direction ot Mr. J. T. McKkkvkh,
formerly stago manager of tho Madison
Square Theatre attractions.
SYNOPSIS OF SCENEItY AND EVENTS
Act 1 In the Mlno 1 Act II Tho Serpent Appears
Act III A Glided Ufa I Act IV Tho Wages of
sin Act V ltetrlbution l
Seats secured at Dcntler's Shoo Store. Trice
23, 33 and 5 ) cents.
All persons having claims against said estaU ro
requested to present them for settlement, nd
those indebted to the samotomako payment to
the undersigned aumintstraior wuuout ueiay.
wm. ciibisman, tJOHN J. WOLF,
KSTATK Or JAMES 1. H'lllNKT, PICKASID.
Letters testamentary In tho estate of James I).
Mcllcnry, deceased, late of Flshlugcroek township,
Columbia county, Fonn., have been granted by the
lleglsuir of said county vo Moses Mcllcnry nnd
stott Mcllcnry. All pc.uons having claims against
tnc cstaio omnia uetvuwn.uiv .v ihwu.
them for settlement, end thcro indebted to the es
tate to make payment to tho undcrs'jncd with out
Stillwater, Fa., July 28. Executors.
GOV. HOTI'S ENDOitSBMBST.
llarrisburir. l'a.; June 7 leaiJ. i I . . . I Vr un..r tm-nmniir inrtes at ntoomsbunr. nt
Mr. John II. Phelps, Scranton, Pa., My I wvh,,eal Per "-" o-r county Court of common lUcits, there to bo
gUMMONS IN PARTITION.
hum ki.in'K va. John Kline. William Kline.
Daniel Kline, iicoecca uiue, uini.uu oiwi
and .Mary Ann his He. in right ot said wife,
Finnlclln Met und Christina, his wife, in
rig it of said wife.
COLUMBIA COUNTY, sh:
TnB COMMONWEALTH OF l'KNNSTLVANIA TO TnK
SnKUIKF OK SAIU COCNTV, GBKETINQ !
If Adam Kline make you sure of presenting his
claim, then wc command you that you summon,
by good and lawful summonere, John Kline, Wil
liam Kline, Daniel Kline, Hebccca Blue. William
swlster and Mary Ann, his wife, In right of said
wife, and Franklin Metz and Chilstlna his wife, In
ri.fhf. nr sntil wife, holders of tho fee of tho use. oc
cupancy, rents Issues and pronts, of tho untf'vided
six-i.eenui3, nil." ,uiumjuui,,du .
! CMMi !
G. W. BERTSCH,
THE MKUCHANT TAILOlt,
AND DEALER IK
Gents' FurnisMng Goods
OF EVEItY DESCRIPTION.
CLOTHING ! !
Having very recently oponed a new
Merchant Tailoring and Gents' Fur
nishing Goods Store, in KNOUIt &
WINTERSTEEN'S building, ou
Main street, where I am prepared to
mako to order, at sliort notice, first
class suits of clothing always in tho
latest styles and prices reasonable.
Fits guaranteed. Having learned how
to cut garments to suit customers, and
also what kind ot material will give
satisfaction, I would ask you to ploaso
call and oxamino tho
BEST SELECTED STOCK
Ever shown in Columbia county,
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
nnd cotton carpet chain nt C. C.
week nnd lodged In jail on a charge of ns
sault and battery.
Friendship Firo Company wllllioltl a
ball in Brewer's Hall on Thursday nnd
Vrldav nvenlncs durlnc the county fair
j - - - o "
At this height they will unfold all their gay
colors, and, parachute like, come settling
down among the crowd. The railroads
will all cWe greatly reduced faro on all
The Rev. D. C. Uabcock, Secretary of
tho Pennsylvania Stato Temperance Union,
will hold a conference of the friends of n
constitutional prohibitory amendment In
the Presbyterian church In Bloomsburg,
on Monday, September 24th, at 2 o'clock
i tn A11 ttm frb.ti.la nf tlin pniian nrn In
Tho Rev. Dr. Poor, Secretary of the Pres. ' , . lmr,U!8 QI1(1 Tcmr,Cr.
bytcrlan Board of education Is to occupy anco .orgnnlzatIons throughout tho county
tho pulpit of tho Prcsbytcrln Church next 8ncclallv rt.(IUCstcd to send rcprcsenta-
Only a Mluer'H Daughter.
Friday evening will be an unusual event
in tho history of our announcements, the
occasion being the appearance of that
powerful organization tho 0th Avenue
Comedy Company of Now York, consisting
of an eminent nrray of well-known ar
tistes, and tho play ono of artistic excel
lence, entitled "Only a Miner's Daughter"
a strong plot laughable comedy situa
lions and sensational pictures interspersed
throughout the play, combining all tho
elements that please an audience, and sus
tained by so excellent a company, It will
surely be received iu our town by a large
house. Tickets can be procured at Den-
tier's shoe store.
Wo havo now on hand a stock of twenty
five pound flour sacks not printed. Also
a largo stock of printed sacks for wheat
Foit Balb. A nronertv in Roaringcreck
township, consisting of a dwelling house,
barn, mill with four run of stone, nnd
nbout 28 acres of Improved land. Inquire
of John Mouroy, Bloomsburg, Pa. tf
It Is said that partridges wcro never
more numerous than they will bo this
season, owine altogether to tho last two
winters, which wero comparatively mlhl.
With no deen snows. Rabbits also will be
A younK wan named William J. Garrison,
of Luzerno county, was married ono day
last week, nnd Immediately after tho cere
mony becamo violently Insano, Ho was
locked un in the Wllkesbarro iall nnd sub-
scquently taken to tho Danvlllo Asylum.
Wo are sorry that wo cannot give space
loan extended account of the Hartman
family picnic at Rupert. About 200 mem
bers of the family and connections wcro
present, besides innny friends. It was an
tlvcs. Mr. Babcock will also preach on
8unday morning, September 23rd, in tho
Presbyterian 'church, and will hold a
children's meeting In tho M. E. Church, nt
3 o'clock p. ra. Thcro will bo further ser
vices in thu evening, of which notice will
The Columiiian oillco Is prepared to
furnish nil kinds of paper liae;s, plain or
printed, nt city prices. Merchants pur
chasing of us will savo freight on thai
Faui. Tho ladies of the M. E. Church
of Orangovllle, will hold a grand fair on
thu new parsouago lot near tho church, on
the 20, 21, nnd 22nd of this month. Pro
ceeds to go to paying the debt on the M.
E. church. On Thursday at 2 o'clock, the
first day of tho fair, Rev. D. S. Monroe,
D. D., of Bloomsburg, will deliver His
noted address, subject, "The Fast Young
Man." Also on Friday, the second day of
tho fair, Rev. I). II. Shields, of Danville,
will deliver his famous lecture, subject,
"All sorts of old men and row women."
We expect nn address also on Baturday, nt
2 o'clock. Tho Orangevlllo Band will be
on hand to clve us excellent music, and I
Richard Kilo, ono of tho prominent cltl
zens of Suzarloaf township, died nt his
homo on Sunday morning, after an Illness tell you there are few bands that can com
of onlv four davs. His nee was nearly 00 neta with their music. Just come nnd
Years. Tho Interment took nlaco on Tfics. htidiro for yourself. All persons aro in
day at Falrmount Springs.
Oscar Alexander, of tho firm of Aloxau.
der&Bro., went to New York this week,
whero he will purchase a larce stock of
confectionery, tobaccos, nnd goods for
the Holiday trade. This tlrm keeps two
wagons on tho road now, and nro doing a
vlted to participate lu tho rich things of
this fair. E. M. Ciiiuxut,
aro tho mottoes of David Lowcnbcrg.
Frank Eadc, thu Indian boy whom A. W.
Spear had helping him, has returned to
Carlisle. He Intends going to school.
Hunting tlmo has arrived. Somo of our
hunters forget that Sunday hunting is not
lawful. Can't this bo stopped 7
Our enterprising merchants H. Q. Martz
and A. Bcldlemau are doing a flourishing
Lizzie Watts of Centre died Friday last
after an illness of several months. The
burial took place at Berwick on Sunday.
Somo of our young sports, instead of
coming homo Saturday night waited until
Sunday. Were they storm stayed ?
W. C. Crevtllng Is looking as pleasant as
a "wooden fox." "General" we belluvc
the vacation agreed with you.
Bomo of the trotting sportsmen of Ccn
tre, accompanied with sorao of Scott went
to tho Bloomsburg Fair ground Saturday
last for a trot. Tho boys say the colts did
The proceeds of the festival held at Hid
lay Union church were about $04.
Mrs. L. T. Conner of Hazlctou is visiting
her parents of this place.
W. E. Creasy drovo to Berwick on Bun
day, Wilson says tho colts drivo splendid
Frank Bahmo lias removed his quarters
from Centre to Bcott. Frank, wo are sor
ry to loso you, as another to fill your place
Is hard to find.
Our former neighbor J, Solomon Scott
docs not call on his "chums." Do the love
clrls of Fowlcrsvlllo attract too much
Clark Hess is improving, but Is unable to
walk except with a crutch.
Miss Clem. Conner has taken a class of
music students. Clem, gives good satisfac
tion. Peddlers are more plentiful than apples
I. W. Hartman & Son
Oiler 113 boxes ladies', gents', misses'
and children's underclothing.
Blue, brown, black, cardinal and scarlet
An extra nice lino of ladies', misses',
boys' and children's shoes.
The best red twilled flannel in the coun
ty for 25 cents.
New lot of floor oil cloths.
Goods delivered free to Espy on Tucs
days nnd Saturdays. To Rupert on Mon-
uiiYts unci rnuaysoi eacn wecK. uoous
delivered in the town all days and every
School books, paper, pens, slates, &c,
tor town nnu county.
Shirts, cuffs nnd collars, neckties, and nil
kinds of goods for gents' wear, at Evans &
Do not pay 8 cents for Appleton "A"
muslin when you can get it of Lutsub
Sloan for 7J cents by tho bolt.
A full line of ready-made clothing,
gents' furnishing goods, valises, &c, t
Evans & Eyei's.
Dear Sir : Promptly upoa receipt of your
Elixir, ten days since, I entered upon its
use. according to directions, stopping my
Iodid Potass., Ammou. and Wine of Col-
chicum. At that time I was completely
disabled with gout in both feet and rheu
matism in both knees, add helpless. Now
I comfortably hobble about tho house,
and expect to bo out in a week. It may be
a coincidence, my amendment nnd the uso
of your medicine. I bono for no occasion
to try it again, but if need be I will try it
again in a fresh attack with great couii
dence. Very truly yours, Henuv M. IIoyt,
Go crnor of Pennsylvania.
I For sale at Hendcrshott's Pharmacy,
Soltmarsh, Ala. Dr. Jus. B. Mills, says :
"Several of my patients havo used Brown's
Iron Bitters for chronic indigestion with
held the tojuh Monday oi sjptcmoer next to
show, wherefore, Wukkras, they, the said Adam
Elite, and tlio nforsesald John Kline, William
Kllre, Daulr-l KUne, Hebccca Illue, William swish.
Corn, " 65
Oats " 15
Flour per barrel s.so
Jgfjn !S! I ot said wife, ot tho ree and the use, occupancy,
Tallow 08 I rnte Lssue4 ana pronts together and undivided do
ruutwcB . u
Dr'ed Apples 40
Lard por pound
nay per ton
Uuckwhent flower per 1W).,
Corner Main & Market Sts.
Bloomsburg, l a.
April 13-1) '.
The pioof of tho pudding is not in chew
ing the string, but in having nil opportuni
ty to test the article direct. C. A. Kleim,
the Druggist, has a frco trial bottlo of Dr.
Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup for each
and every ono who Is mulcted with Uougns,
Colds, Asthma, Consumption or any Lung
Dardanellc, Ark, Dr. M. M. Croom,
says : "Brown's Iron Bitters Is the best
medicine in the world and is effecting mi
FLUUK Flour U In lteht ieauest at unchanged
pilces; sales ot 1,201 burrcls, including Sllnnenotu
i extras at I3.S0 a asoifeunsyivanla family f5 5SS
Wfhtern (lo 5 tosh w ; patents f ai a(7 so.
ltvi: r mint la dull at 3 TS tier barrel.
WHEAT Market Is In fair reuut"3t and ilrmcricar
lota f I I0;l I7ii IX bid for Septembers His
tor uciouer ; i im tor ovemuerj i iu tor uvcvui
ubllN Market was firmer, but aulet: car lots
61( 6h: 60M bid for September; Mta for October;
MXc ror November; ror December,
uait) Are in lair ufiumiu uno. una ; car iuia.9
Sfici 83c bid lor September; 3.v,"c for October; Mc
for Novemuer; 87XC for December.
ESTATE OK OKOKOB CKAKJ, I.ATE OF KOAUINGCKEKK I
Letters of administration In the cstato of Oeorge
y to (leorire V. (
All persons having claims
er nnu May Aim, xi'i wiiu. miwuiiui twm w.iv,
and Franklin Metz nnd Chilstlna his wife, In right
nOie nil inUu LLTUIIU mcaouu ui ..wvvu. uuu
situated In tho township of Main In the county of
coli mb'a and stai.3 of Pennsylvania, bounded and
I'ofillied ns follows, to-wlt: adjoining lands of
haii on tto west, lands of Charles 11. Oearhut on
thu south, and on tho east by lands or ,
co-italilug flfty-two acres, whereon Is erected a
lo houso and frame barn, with tho up purtenan-
llio samo John KUne, William Kllno, Daniel
Kline, ltcbroca lilue, William swsher and Mary
Ann Ids wlfo, In rlKht ot said wife, and Frankl n
Mete nnd Christina his wife. In right ot tho said
wife, holders ot tho fee ol tho occupancy, rents,
issues and proil s of tho undivided six-sevenths
patt partition uiltuui wj uu uumu mAuiuiuti .
the laws nnd customs of this Commonwealth In
such caso mado and provided do gainsay, and tho
same to bo dona do not permit, very unjustly and
contrary to fao tiame laws nnd customs, te.
And have you tfen and thero tho names of those
summoned, ami this writ.
WltuesH tho Honorable William dwell, Esq.,
I'reMdent ot our said court at nioomsburg, this
sixteenth day of May, A. D. 1683.
WM. KH1CKUAUM, 1'rothonotary.
a. M. QUICK, Deputy.
Craig, latoot ltoarlngcreek township,
estato are requested to present them for settle-
county Fa., decei
Heglster ot said count;
have been granted by tho
to Oeorge v. Craig, Admin.
ORNAMENTAL IRON FENCES.
Tho following shows the Picket Oothle, ono of
the several beautiful bty'es ot Fence manufactured
by tho undersigned.
Black and colored silk velvets, plushes,
also black and colored velveteens, nt low
est prices, at Clark & Son's.
C. O. Marr buys all kinds of dried fruits.
Elegant pallor suits, chamber sets, and
all kinds of furniture at Cadman's
If you want black dress silks, bring
your samples to Luts & Sloan's to com
pare with theirs as they will not bo undersold.
OltAI-K CULTUltE AND TOUT WINK.
Mr. A Sneer of New Jersey, ono of tho
largest grapo producers lu tho East, com
menced, but a lew year3 ago, in a small
way. to mako wines from currants, and
blackberries, and other fruits, lie now
controls largo vineyards of tho Oporto
grape, from which his famous Port Grape
Wine is made, and which chemists and
physicians say rivals for its beneficial ef
fects on weakly and aged persons, nnd tho
consumptive. For sale by C. A. Kleim.
For aged men. women, weak nnd slcklv
children, without a rival. Will not cause
headache. Brown's Iron Bitters.
mont, and lliuso Indebted to the samo to make
payment to tlio underwgucd administrator with
out delay. OEOUQE F. CItAlO,
Mlllgrovc, Columbia co., l'a. Administrator.
Kept. Utli-Cw ruawn & rodsins, Atty's.
CACHE OF FAILUltB.
A nobby and stylish line of cloths nnd
cnsslmeres for fall and winter, just receiv
ed at O. W. Bertsch's merchant tailoring
establishment, on Main street. Oiyo him
n call and be convinced for yourselves.
For good cheap
furniture, go to Cud-
C. O. Mnrr is cettiiitr In tho larirest und
finest stock of dress goods ho has ever had
ami very cheap.
If you want black nr colored cashmeres,
ladles' cloths, Drap DcAlma, serges, (Jer-
ster cloth, Jersey cloth or any other kind
of dress goods, go to Clark Si Son.
Nobby suits mado to order nt Evans &
Eyer's, by first-class workmen. I'riccs
Want of confidence accounts for half of
the business failures of to-duv. C. A.
Kleim, thu Druggist, is not liable to fall for
tho want of conlldenco i Dr. Bosanko's
Cougli anil Lung Syrup, for ho gives away
a bottlo free tu all who are sulterlnc with
liougu, vjoius, Asuima, (jonsumpiion uuu
all atlectlons of the Throat and Lungs,
Try Aver's Pills, and bo cured. Misery
is u mild word to describe thu mischief to
body and mlud caused by habitual consti
pation. The regular use of Ayer's Cathar
tic Pills, in mild doses, will restore the
torpid viscera to healthy action.
WANT OF FAU'll.
If C. A. Klclm, tho Druggist, does not
succeed It Is not for tho want of faith, lie
has such faith lu Dr. Bosanko's Cough and
Lung sjrup ns it remedy foi' Coughs, Colds,
Consumption, and Lung Ailcctlons, that hu
gives a bottlo free to cutli und every one who
is in need of it medicine of this kind.
Farmers and Threshers
wishing to purchaso llret-class
THRESHERS AND SEPARATORS,
Ono a n l Two-Horse Tread l'oiv-
with Threshers nnd Khakera, will do well to call on
or address J. M. llULSllIZKlt,
IJght Street, Columbia county, ra.
nr All work warranted, send for price list
nnd glvo mea tilal. Ho better machines are
maiufactured for thlshccllon of tho country.
Wm I ::r.:ii:i Institute,
WNGHAMTON, N. Y.
rrUtAVKRSE JURORS FOR4TII WEEK
Lerwick. S. V. llanley, J. II. IIoyt, J. B. Lock-
Bcr.on. Andrew Stlne, J. D. Cole, Henry Brow.
Leaver. Thomas Hoffman.
U'oom. James Commons, Joseph Decker, J. K.
Hyer, J.J. Ilagenbuch, Thomas Hartman, II. 0.
njii.1i. .Tnhn Vcisr, Fred llcacle.
oatawltsa. Clulstlan Clewell, Jacob Kllngcr-
ceutre. Z. T. FowNr, Silas Hone, Geo. Hageu
bjcl' Samuel Bower.
centralia. Kdward James, Manns Mcllrerty.
Flshlngcreck. A. O. Drum, Kllas M. Laubach,
Mows Mcllenry, Geo. l'ennlngton.
Greenwood. 1. 1). Ikeler, A. stauder.
Ilcu'ec.. IteuU'ii Bombay, O, W. Hartman,
Jackto'i, Fra.ik Derr.
l.c;iisi. Washington ucorge.
Mai'lson. It. M. Butler.
Main. N. II. W. Brown, John W. Shumnn.
Ml llln. Lewis Cuasy, John Michael.
MLl'leasaut. Stephen Crawford, IsalahW. How.
ell, Cllitoi Mellck.
Orange. CamCcn Mears, P. V. Classen, Marlon
scott, Calvin KresMer, A. B. White,
sugarloat. IX C. Shultz.
THAVKUSEJUllOUS FOlt FlUST WKKK IN DC
Beaver. Charles Michael, Frank Uhoads.
Be-iton It, M, Davis, 'i'hoa. Davis, Thos. Hart-
mon, stoat 1- Callcy.
Berwick. S. 1'. Bowman, H. (1. Crispin.
Bloom. John Klcckner, WciJey Kuorr, Isaac
jk.ii 'lien, .). j. uiwuu.
Bi'aicni'k, H.M. Kvans.
ca.awlssa. M. Cl. Hughes, John Huber, M. V. B.
centre. Hiram Heller, John Miller.
I'e'ilri'lla. JohiiT. Jones.
FlshlngcLek. Amos White, J. F. Hutchison, J,
Grce'iwood. Theodore Barker.
r..uklli. Henry (luttJiall, Jonathan Loreman.
Madison. Krastus ilenduihhotu
Minim. John J. liarticl, Abraham scheweppen-
a Mist, John nablc.
iwjo 1. K. Dildlue, Geo. Applt'inati, J. 11. Ilar
inan. I '1 lie. Win, l'lirwMI.
liwitngi'id'k. 1). It. Bower.
Montour. Henry Aldrtch.
Ml. 1'leasant. II. W. Mellok.
Va- n.,iitu nn.l ll,.A.ut,v tl.ov n rn , insll mass.
cd. Setupbyexpenenoou nanus ana warrauic-u
to give satistaci'.on.
Prices aud specimens
signs sent to any ndtiress.
of other de-
For black or
Lutz & Sloun's.
colored cashmeres go to
Qo to Sharplcss' foundry for tho best
ranges, cook stoves &o. in tlio market, also
plow points, harder than steel for Mont
rose, White, Danville, Advance, Gale,
South Beud, Walrd &o, Ac. lit
O. W. Bertsch, tho artist tailor, has Just
received n tluo lino of tho latest full und
winter styles of huts and cans, which will
bo so'd very cheap. Don't fall to see them
beforo purchasing elsewhere.
A full Uno of ladles' und
dcrwear nt Clark A Son's.
O, O, Marr for cheap boots und
N. J. Ilcndcrshott desires nil who nro
nilllctctl with Rheumatism lu any form to
call nt ids drug store nnd receive valuable
information, uomo one, comeuii, or what
ever nation, sex or color.
Ml.MdTilltd bOUNI) ITS I'liAISK,
Rev. Mr. Greenfield. Knoxvillo. Tcnn..
writes ns follows "Samaritan Xcrvine per.
manently cured my son of epileptic tits."
Here's loou tor thought. Bold by drug,
OA I'SK AND UVFBCT.
At limes symptoms of indigestion are
present, uneasiness of the stumach. Ac., a
moisture llko perspiration, producing itch,
lug ut night, or when one is warm, cause
tho Piles. Tho effect Is immediato relief
upon the application of Dr. Busanko's Pilu
Remedy, which costs you but 60 cents and
is sold by C. A. Kleim. July lU-eow
Tho houso Is specially fitted up for the comfort
ot invalids whodctdrua pleasant and Christian I
homo. Stands on high ground with plenty of
shade. IVnonal attention given to every patient.
i-aociiicitv uuu uuivauiMti in iia-ir umi'rvni iniui.
Ucatlons a speciality, l'rof. Mills has given inany
yc aro of study and practlco to this branch, and
hundreds will tvstlfy to Ills hUlU.
Scud for circular, stating what paper you saw
this 10. I'llUF. 1IKMHV mii.ijs
Mrs. ALICE f itted! MILL.S,
liock Box U7. Blughamton, N. V.
Bi'pt, 7 "SMT.
Bought for Net cosh, ou receipt and approva
without chargo tor Commission, Broker,
age, etc., by
D O D G E & O
86 k 83 wI-LUH ST.
ScpL Hth Iw
, NEW YOBK-
TNCimABI.HS Ml I.O.NMItlt in llrlght'a ill.
Kt:inc uiuuviu uiuimj kiuhi, otuue. uiacuii:(. 1
j tipennatorrlioea, atrtcturt'B, varicocele. cUscuwm
incline kiuuui juiinju u.. &uru lurum. iuiumit
I digctillou, Ueaaacue,co:iUveiiehH, neuralgia, rbeu-
Ilea n , uuiuutrr uuu muucj msciiacn. a mruicui
book mailed five, gl Ing directions for their pro-ventlonandcui-o
without poWms nauseous inwll
dines, palu or ronlliiemeut, by the Lumpcan and
American Medical Bureau tpwlulty pliytlclans' In-
ter.iui aim iocui pvricciuu treatment prcbcrimioiM,
or thu Abahcl MluerulSpilug Water, at l.ivi Broad
way, New York. sept. Hth-lw r
Tlio cheapest floor nml table oil
at O. O. Marr's.
For your nobby and most stylish neck,
wear and furnishing goods in general, go
cloth Is I Seo a woman in another column, near
npceis vineyards, inciting grapes, iroiu
which opcers roil urupo yiiuu is made
to U. W. Bertsch, next door to
tlomtl Bank, Malu street.
that Is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho uso of Invalids, weakly
persons mid thu ugetl.
Sold by Druggists. sept 22-ly
The RirvEBif Guide, No,
34, l ull and Winter, 18S3,
I given wholesale prices mr
to toTumcrii on everything
you w, cat. drink, wear, or
havo fun ith, Tells how
toordw with exact ct, "JIU paytn larco
ones a, UOO Htimlmtuuin a wuoio
plcturo caller?. Contains Information
cleauod from tho markets of the world.
No other price-book in cxhlcnro contains
as much information. Sent l'roctoany ad
drchsupon receipt of postage 17 UI. I-ct us
hear from you, or visit in when In our city,
Near Imposition Bulldlnw. Respectfully
MONTGOMERY WARD & Cd
gVT Si UVU Wabash Avrnur, t'tilcujo, IU
(Continued from tail week.)
How Watch Cases are Made.
In 1875, thirteen men comprised tlio
cntiro working force used in the manu
facturo of the jama Eotf Gold Watch Case.
Now over five hundred are employed, and tho
number is constantly increasing. The rea
son of this Increase is this: In the James
lloti Gold Watch Oue all tho metal in sight
and subject to wear is sofiti joW,wliilo tho re
mainder, which only lends strength to tho
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giving gold where gold is needed, and
strong, clastic metal where strength and
elasticity aro needed, a combination pro
ducing a watch case belter than solid gold
and at one-half tho cost. uorl2jjt
Over 200,000 of these cases
have been sold, and every jeweler in tlio
country can testify to their quality and
merit, LcbIKOTO!i.Micn..Dee. S. 1&
E. W. Manh, of Uie i'tmomii, Itouioit iJu. Bok&
Ooid Watch cam 18 yru-H uco, and curried It until a
fchorttlnieajfOtVtneuI vurchiiHxl It, and sold It toa
cufctoruiT. Tlio cam, uhowoi no tl,ruij of uc&r,t:xceit
that natural to any cao, and I am eaUbnul can o
safely Kaarantoed (orattAaMtU-nytiarauioro. I hate
sold the Jaonw Bosh1 lloldW atrb Cam, 1 or rualiy yt-JUtt,
and tho parUu ho ImuKht tho ttrst ouctt aro curry
Ins them foliar, aa til aatlatled an Ihouirh they had
bought a solid void case. ooHtiiurt1oeUiOlnuuuy. 1
regard thsm aa the onlycaaoaot thin kind a Jt'el-'r
should sod ho desire to give Ida customer tho
worth of their money or value his reputation.
Wm. J, Cvsuwav, Jtuiltr.
! l,Ur la Kfjtbaa n.l.k Cm rUrl,H rklla.
lkli, r-, tu ksatw-a lllitrU4 I'a-pklit .kU L
4imn Bats' aaa K;,Ua UUa Cbm art usds,
ftlc Qmtinued) t
nvKit .inn.ooo vm.if.Mi'S iikadv. Tim
cholccbt llternturo ot tho world, often tho best cdl-
tlois published. iti-i'.t.i: t:.TAi.(itiUK
fltl'.i;. Lowest prices ever known, not id
lo ilrnlfra. Sent t or examination HKl'OIllC
iuyiueni,oretldi.'ncuOt good faltlu JOHN 11.
AI.DliN, I'ubll.hor, 18 Vcrary Ntrcttl, N Y.
r, II. Ilim I
Aug.l! 4 w
OOZiIiEOXl,SI-3VirA-t.K, IV. J.
i minutes of New York. Mori tiosltloiu for grad
uatin than all other hchnols combined. Life Schol
arship, no. Write for circulars.
Sept. HtlHw r
' rapriisfa paid.
enorgt lle, relliblo men to
sell 1'iuli Trees. Uruw
ItOhOH, Ac. NHliiry and
Full Instructions given.
bo Inexperienced men can soon learn the bunlm-a
Address H. V. LKCL-MtK, BKHIU'IDN, N. Y. (one
mile cast ot Itochoster, n. Y.)
Sept. Hlh-4w.; r
To-.Horroiv a I.on Wny oil' When Help la
Comfort Is never In a hurry. I'alu and dlsti ts
aro in hot haste. It la to the "friend In need" the
frtcud who docs something now that the old
adajo nays tho compliment of being "a friend In.
(cod." Thatthey do uot keep the sun twr In Minpenf
Is tho silent exct'llcnco of BENSON'S CAl'CINK
roitOl'S BlSTKHS. 'lliavUkteM nf other da)B
whe.licr tHirous or otherwise nald " Walt until
to-mo'ruwi Wu can linimloo not hlug on the spur
or ttB moment. " But pain unrtilovtxl, llkohopo
ilelerred, makelh the heartsick licnsou's plust-
w arm and heal, containing, aa they do, ( hi'inlcal
nn.t lnilliul nurtitx of Ihn lilL'hcsl Clllclt'IlCy.
motuiia now, una ttio giuumo uuiu mo
OAlflNE eul In tho middle ol lath plaster. lTlcu
85 ofutK. Seabury ; Johniou, Chemists,.
St pl. 7-1W