The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, November 09, 1883, Image 3

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    The Columbian.
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1145 a. In.
Tho 11 4$ train south connects with tho I'iilla.
dolohla Itcartlnit at upcrt, and with thu
Northern Central ut NurUiumucrland.
Tin :M a. m traluooanoeMal Northumberland
with ; train on I'oimaylvauta road reacblnir
Piit'.adoipblaatBunp. in. , .u.UK
Tho tlsll train connects with t'blladvlplita and
funding roat at IWpjrt at llstw reacblnir I'lilla
dolphla at :00 p. in.
Tho ll!45 tralu connects with Pennsylvania
roa t at North moorlaua at 1:43 reaching l'hlladel.
phla at Mi p. tn
Tho 4:30 p m. train connects lth Pennsylvania
road at Northumberland at 8:01 p. in. anu reaches
I'ull-ulelplilaaHiMa, m.
Tr-ilni on tin f. . V. H ItilUtypas-r ninom
Ferry as follows s
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lMlbllc Hilll'H.
Tlio salo of tho real nutate of William
Ivcy deceased wns adjourned from the 27th
tilt, until Tuesday, November 13th,
Henry F. Oman, executor of George
Oman, late of Scott township, will sell val
liable real estate on tho premises, on Sat
urday, November 21th, 1S83. A farm of
170 acres. See advertisement.-
Jnspcr Dcmott will take charge of the
hotel at Turbotvllle next April.
Jlr. F. P. Harris of Woodstown, N. J.
was In town on Tuesday mid made us a
pleasant call.
Dr. It. M. Lashello of .Ccntrnlla has been
appointed consulting physician of tho Mi
nor's Hospital ut Ashland.
J. M. Long of Benton started for Mlchl.
gun on Tuesday to purcliaso a car load of
Mrs. E. llolllngshcad nnd little son have
been tho guests of Mr. M. F. Eycrly pre
vious to nnd slnco tho marriage of his
daughter Minnie. She was prominent spec
tator nt tho mnrrhgc ceremony, being an
intimate friend of the bride, whoso name
however, wns omitted when mentioning
persons from different places present.
Dr. James H. Lewis the oldest physician
in Luzerne county, died last Saturday.
Pnpcr bags, all sizes, square nnd satchel
bottom, nt tho Comi.mmax store.
On Friday of last week the North Moun
tain wns covered with snow.
A large variety of Ukli.ui.oh Coixaks St
Cuffs nt David Lowenbergs.
The election was a very quiet one. There
was no excitement or disturbance of any
Tho 6'un, Danville's new dally, has come
to us, and wo find It n newsy and inter
esting sheet. May it prosper.
Sheriff Mourey has been suffering with
neuralgia for some days past. M. F.
Eyerly Is acting as Deputy Sheriff.
The Mlllllnville Uccord has been removed
to Nautlcoke, and now appears as the
Luzerne Venture.
Imported olive-wood pen holders and
pencils, very pretty and very cheap, nt the
Coi.umiiiax store.
C. C. Oalignan has broken ground for n
dwelling house on his corner lot next to
St. Columba's church.
E. H. Little, Esq., and Geo. lllrlcman
brought 21 mules nnd 13 horses trom the
West last week. They are line stock.
Fine visiting cards with name printed
on, 20, 2o, 30 nnd -10 cents per pack of 25
cards, at the Columiiiax olllce.
Misses Emma Flemmlng, Annie and Jen
nie Quick and Harry Quick, of Rupert,
were neither absent from, nor tardy at
6chool during thu month of Oct.
If our Espy correspondent who signs
himself "Job" will give us his correct name
wo shall bo pleased to hear from him
Prothouotary Krickbaum has made some
further Improvements In the olllce by the
addition of shclvlng ln tho vnult, for it more
convenient arrangement of tho official pa
pers. M. Levy it Co., of Berwick, successors
to M. A. Loch, oiler n lino stock of cloth.
ingt hats and caps, trunks, valises, ladles'
coats, &c. See advertisement in another
Lost. From a carriage a red striped
lady's shawl, of Utile value except
to tho owner. Thu tinder of same will con
fer n favor by leaving It nt tho Sanitarium
opposite the depot at lllootnsburgh.
Jasper Dcmott will sell valuable person,
al property on tho premises near Jersey,
town on Thursday November 10th, 1883,
consisting of horses, cows.hogs and general
farming Implements.
Estiuy. Camo In premises of Daniel
Yocum near Hloomsburg on or about Oct.
l'lth, n white shout. Owner can have It by
proving property nnd paying for keeping
itnd for this notice. 3 t
Tho failure of Peter Haldy, ono of the
leading business men of Danville, on Mon
day Inst, was tho themo of conversation In
every circle. His liabilities are over $100, -000,
nnd ho hns confessed Judgments to
tho amount of about iJ70,000.
Mr. llussel Sliultz of Benton township,
near Cambra, is tho proud father of tho
champion small baby in Columbia county.
It weighed just two pounds at Its birth, Is
enjoying excellent health and Is now about
three weeks old.
Tuesday eveulni; was the occasion of the
tenth anniversary of thu wedding of Ellis
Cox, at his residence. .Many Invited guests
wcro present. Some handsome presents
were given. A bountiful repast was scrv.
cd. Tho band enlivened tho occasion with
good music. A very pleasant time was
had nnd thu wish of tho many friends of
Mr, Cox is that thoy may see many more
such anniversaries.
On October 13th Forcpaugh's circus nnd
menagerie exhibited In Willlamsport, nnd
Miss Hattiu Collins, daughter of Mr. Dan
lei Collins, who was then employed as a
domestic with a family in Nowborry, left
for tho purpose of attending tho show
Since that date nothing has been seen or
heard from her. Her parents nro nearly
distracted, and will thankfully receive any
Information of her whcrcnlniits, Tho fol
lowing personal description Is given i Age
17 years i light hair i short and heavy set,
weighing about 180 pounds. Direct any
communication to Daniel Collins, Newber
ry, Lycoming county, Pa.
Danvlllo Is ngnln excited over tho nppcar.
finco of tho "cloak mini" Tho .Sun says
he has been seen several times during tho
hist week. Ho Is described ns u tall man
wearing n largo black cloak, with, which
ho screens his face. Whether he Is a lima,
tic, n detective, or a ruffian nn one has
been nble to find out.
Wu have In our window two ears of
corn which were raised by lleuben Hess
on his farm near llupert, Ono" Is thirteen
and a half Inches long nnd contains 14
rows of corn, nnd tho other Is twelve
inches long with 18 rows. Thoy are very
flue specimens, and we doubt whether
many of our farmers can beat them,
Notice li hereby given to the hoiidhold
crs of tho Dloomsbiirg State Normal School
that upon presentation of tho bonds nil In.
teiesldticlipto September 1st, 1883, will
be paid by 11. J. Clark, Treasurer, at tho
store of H. J. Clark fz Son, Bloomsburg,
Pa. You will oblige by presenting same
before December 1st, 1883.
H, J. Cl.AliK,
iiovO.tJt Treasurer.
Tho Bloomsburi' Lecture Association
have relinquished tho field this season, but
uio lames of the Home Missionary Society
of the Presbyterian Church will treat us to
a lecture In the Opera House on Friday
evening Nov. 10th. by Rev. Sheldon .Tnek.
son I). 1). of New York City. Dr. Jack,
son Is very familiar with Alaska, his sub.
ject, having been thcro several times, nnd
gives nn intensely Interesting lecture.
In Centralia thcru were onlv 110 demo.
crats voted out of 170. In north Conyng.
nam only 42 out of 224. Th s s a vorv
light vote, and If the same indifference was
manifested everywhere, the result of Tues
day's election is not to be wondered nt.
On the oilier hand I is h nircrcek
In with a gain of 1 1 votes over last vear.
and Orange with a gain of 0. Tho lower
entl mil not do its duty this year. If the
right to vote Is worth havlnu It s worth
Foil Salb : A Hourlnir mill, with lntest
improved machinery. Oood locality and
near market. For further information.
address, Post.uastki:, Heyburn, Luzerne
county, Pa., nov 0-1 w
Horace Walters, son of A. K. Walters of
Ashland, died at his father's houso last
week Wednesday, aged about thirty years.
Some years ngo ho attended tho Normal
school here, and will be remembered by
many of his old schoolmates as a young
man of an unusually blight intellect and of
fine social qualities. After leaving school
he read law with W. A. Marr, Esq., and
was udmltted to tho Bar of Schulklll coun
ty, where he has been practicing for sev
eral years. Ills disease was consumption.
Some unfavorable comments were made
on Tuesday because It was found that quite
a number of names wero omlttted from tho
registry list, nnd most of them republicans.
The fact that the democratic committee
looked after the matter and had about for-
ty names put on the sixty day list, while
the republicans paid no attention to It, ex
plains how this happened. It was nn doubt
an exhibition of great carelessness on the
part of the assessor to miss tho names of
some of the most prominent business men
whoso names have been registered for
many years ; but to charge that it was done
Intentionally is absurd, as nothing could
have been gained by it, If so doue.
Maria, wife of B. F. Hartman, died on
Wednesday morning, of dropsy, after a
long and suffering Illness, aged 70 years,
7 mos. and 25 days. She was a daughter
of Daniel Pursel, and was one of a family
of eleven children, viz i JohnDennls, Jo-
nathan, Hobert, Daniel, Hetty, William,
iVnne, Maria, Isaac and Sylvester, all tho
rest of whom nro living but Daniel nnd Jo
nathan. Had .Mrs. Hartman lived until
next January, the combined ages of the
In others and sisters would have made 700
years, on the yiu oi uctoucr jir. anu
Mrs. Hartman had been married 47 years.
Two children wero born to them, n son
which died in infancy, nnd a daughter,
Mrs. O, T. Wilson, recently deceased.
Mrs. Hartman was an estimable chris
tlau lady, having been for many years n
member of tho P. E. Church. She leaves
her husband and a largo circle of relatives
and friends to mourn her loss. Tho fu
neral will be held at the houso tills Friday
afternoon at two o'clock.
Foit Salk. A property in Roarlngcreek
township, consisting of a dwelling house,
bam, mill with four run of stone, and
about 28 acres of improved land. Inquire
of John Mourey, Bloomsburg, Pa. tf
A Quail and Her ClilclcH.
Down In the borough of New Columbus
a female quail has either hatched out three
chicken eggs or stolen three little chicks
from tho hen who presided at the Incuba
tion. At any rate' tho quail and tho chicks
fraternize precisely ns though they were of
the same family, tho little ones following
the quail obedieutly and the former fiercely
resisting any attempt to Interfere with her
charges, This singular and interesting
circumstance lias nttracted considerable
attention and excited muchjremark in the
nelghborhpod. Wilkabarrt Union-Leader.
Attractive Goods,
dmlrable Assortment.
Bargain for everybody.
At David Lowenberg's
lg Variety,
cautlfiil Designs,
ottom Prices.
Comparc our Stock,
jonsider tho Saving.
7 ,,i,, rtirlit Alnmr.
To David Lowenberg's for Clothing.
Centre Kuturt.
Henry Shaffer has erected a largo wagon
Bhed on his farm where Isaac Creasy lives
It greatly Improves tho phicc.
On Tuesday afternoon of last week Slmou
Frey, an old and respected citizen of Ccu
tie, died. Tho Interment took placo at tho
llhllay Church on Thursday.
Thcro was n wedding In Ccntro on last
Wednesday. Win. Gelger of Flshlngcreek,
(formerly of Centre) to Miss Laura Weiss,
daughter of Joseph Weiss of Centre. Re
freshments wcro served at tho brldu's par
ents and nt night camo the music consist
ing of bells, pans &c. Will, wo wish you
much happiness.
Miss Maggie Conner of OranguvlIIu lias
been visiting friends here.
Jacob Lynn while husking corn for Sam
itel Illdlay caught two white mlco. As
Jacob Is a lover of pets ho succeeded In
getting them to his homo and is trying to
tamo thorn. Extiie Nous.
l'ull 1'aHlilon Uuarterly,
Send 15 cents to Struwbrldgo & Clothier,
for tho Autumn Quarterly 120 pages 1000
Illustrations 43 valuable articles on sub
Jects of Interest to ladles j nlso, a dress
makers' page. Every description of dry
goods illustrated and priced, for shoppers
by mall. Tho music by W. W. Gilchrist
tho celebrated composer, Is alone worth
double thu price of the book. Yearly sub
i scrfptlon, 60 cents 2-7 cents for six
I mouths. Subscribe, now nov 2-Qt
The Kenton McvtliiKi
A great crowd of people gathered nt
Benton last Friday to lay their respects to
thu Governor on Ids return from his hunt,
lag excursion, a report of which U printed
elsewhere Tho nllalr was purcly'lnform.
al nnd bo far as tho Governor was concern
ed, non-partisan. Throngs of people camo
from lower Luzerno and the townships
ndjolnlng Benton nnd largo delegations
from other points. Tho Governor wns In.
troduced to tho great crowd by Hobert
Buckingham, and was received with tu
multuous applause. His icmnrks related
to his decr-hunt through that section nnd
tho grandeur of the scenery ho had oh.
served with a number of friends, who nc
companlcd him on his hunt.
Tho Governor returned to Berwick on
Friday afternoon and lhcn?c to Harrlsburg
Saturday morning. After ho had left tho
crowd caltcd for .Buckingham, who re
sponded in n speech, discussing thu issues
Involved In tho present campaign nnd the
Importance of its bearing upon tho next
Presidential election. Tho mention of tho
name of Chairman llcnscl as nn organizer
wns lustily cheered. W. H. Rnyder, ex.
County Superintendent, wns then cnllcd on.
for a speech nnd addressed tho audience
upon tho Importance of getting out every
Democratic vote. Tho Benton Band fur.
nlsiicd the music for the occasion.
For n Full Suit,
For a good Overcoat,
For Men, Youth's, Boy's nnd Children
go to David Lowenberg's.
Hi Mciiiorlniti.
Lust week we announced In, our person
nl column that Mrs. Martha (1. Itishton was
convalescing anil expected soon to be able
to leave her room. For many long weeks
she had lain prostrate on a bed of sickness
and her end seemed near. Sho then gave
up all hope of recovery and with calm
resignation and Christian fortitude pre
pared to meet tho Great Destroyer. But,
after balancing on the brink of death for
days, she slowly rallied and tho hope that
she might be spared yet a little longer was
revived In the hearts of herself and her
friends. Gradually she grow bettor until
she wns nblo to sit up. On Friday sho
was up most of tho day and received a
number of callers. On Saturday morning
those who passed along Market street were
shocked to observe the signal of death
pendaut from her door.knob. The sad
talc was soon told. On Friday night nt
about ten o'clock a sudden change came
over her. After complaining of n severe
pain in her head she became unconscious,
and at three o'clock next morning her
spirit returned to tho God who gave It.
Mrs. Itishton was a daughter of William
Sloan deceased, the relict of tho late
Thomas Itishton, and sister of M. C. Sloan,
Charles P. and Miss Sadu '.Sloan. Sho
leaves one son, Willie.
In the Episcopal church, of which she
had been a member for many years, she
was an active worker. She sang In the
choir for a long time, nnd was n faithful
teacher in tho Sunday school. The funcr.
al took place at the church on Sunday
afternoon nt two o'clock, nnd the very
largo throng of friends who gathered to
pay their last respects to tho deceased
testified to the esteem In which she was
held In this community.
Cuutrnlln Letter.
This letter was Intended tor last week's
issue, but came too late. En.
On Monday we received another batch
of Hungarians, numbering some twenty
men nnd three women. They wcto gotten
hero to work for Mr. Church at Montana.
Mr. Edward Brcslinc of Mt. Carmel and
Miss Kate Langon of Centralia, were mar
rlcd In St. Ignatius' church at mass on
Tuesday morning, the Bov. A. J. Bros
line, brother of the groom, officiating.
The bridesmaids wero Miss Horan nnd
Miss Gallagher, Mr. Brcnnnu and O'Toolc
were groomsmen. The church was tilled
with Invited friends. After the ceremony
the happy couplo took tho noon train for
Philadelphia and other points of interest.
Wo wish them a long aud happy life in
their new undertaking.
On Monday evening Mr. Farrel and
Miss Gallagher were united In marriage by
Rev. E. T. Field. Tho couple repaired to the
homo of tho bride where their many friends'
had a very pleasant evening.
A cave-In occurred nt the Logan colliery
tho fore part of tho week, which complete
ly blocked one of thu gangways. A large
force of men arc nt work clearing up the
Tho employees of the Diamond Drill
Company nro sinking a shaft north of tho
Logan colliery where they contemplate
boring another hole for Messrs. Biley &
Co. Tho last one, It appears, not proving
Howard Stockett, foreman of tho Dia.
inond Drill, has resigned Ids position to
accept one on tho P & B engineer corps in
Pottsvlllc. No appointment hns been
made as yet to fill tho vacancy.
John Langon, a starter at the Centralia
colliery, had his hand severely hurt on
Proposals are being received Jfor tho
driving of two tunnels nt Continental col
liery. One for the Prlmroso vein and ono
for tho Bkldmorc. Tho company have
started to sink n new slope on tho Mam.
moth vein.
W. J. Sweeney gave iv turkey supper to
his numerous friends on Wcduesday even
ing. It was a most enjoyable affair.
nicy (ironic win s ncaitn in the "weo sma
hours" on Thursday morning and nil de
parted for home wishing to spend their
next Hallow Eu'cn In n llko manner with
their genial friends. Quite n number from
Mt. Carmel and Maucli Chunk wcro in nt
Our young friend, John Lynch, has gone
to boarding school; wo wish hlin succes.
A shooting match for $50 a side took
placo on Saturday afternoon between Dan
lei Curry nnd John Pitts. Both men shot
uliiu birds out of twelve, and having no
more birds ou hand, the referee decided a
draw. Another mutch will bo tried shortly
for a much larger sum.
A donation party was held on Wednes
day evening for tho benefit of Mrs. Smith
who burled her husband uud three rbll
ilrcn in a llltlo over a year. It was a sue-
cess, financially aud otherwise.
A party of young men styling them
selves "Lynx" go around scaring people at
night. Their latest victim wns a farroe
from Roaring Creek who had Imbibed too
freely nnd wanted to light. Thoy hung him
to a hook in front of it butcher shop by
ropo around his body aud left htm there
for about three hours, when some ono
passing let him loose. Tho fellow will
hardly undcrtako to get drunk In Centra
11a again.
Tho new school building is Hearing com
pletion nnd U quite an improvement to
that part of town.
Mr. Heffncr, tho nowly appointed super
lutenilunt, has not Uilion churgo of th
schools as yet.
a urn uno ot pocicct books mid purses
for ladles or gentlemen just opened tit tho
Ujlumuian store.
oraiiKuvlllc itcaiH.
Quito a number of our went to
Benton last Friday to seo Gov. Pattlsoit nnd
hear him talk. But owing to some mtsiin.
dcrstaudlng among oar people ns to tho
time the Governor would address the ulll.
zens of Benton they failed to ho In time,
but fortunately had tho good pleasure of
seeing him nt Stillwater. It was qutto a ills,
appointment to many of our town puoplo
that the Governor did not glvo our llttlu
village a call.
Prof, Heck has returned home again,
and Is ns usual at his post looking after thu
Interests of his school. Best nnd nn abun
dance of good victuals that tho Prof, re
eclved while visiting has had Its desired ef
fect. He looks as fat as a guinea-pig.
Tho steam saw mill located near tho Iron
Bridge just above town has been running
Its best slnco started, anil with about thirty
more dayB of tho same kind of work Its
contract will bo finished.
The mud on our streets Is drying up
making tho roads more passable. We also
noticed tho supervisor on Monday U9t at
work trying to placo them In bolter condi
tion for tho whiter travel.
Is It lawful to dump saw dust Into
streams that tho Fish Commissioners have
stocked with bass and trout. I hear a great
deal of complaint concerning the mill nt
tho bridge running all their dust Into the
creek. If it destroys the fish then thcro
muld bo n stop put to tho business. There
as n great many bass to bo seen near tho
brldgo this summer, but very few now. I
supposo the dust has cleaned them out.
Business In Orangevllo Is still on tho In
crease. 1 have been nn observer nnu could
not help but notice that the leading and
enterprising merchants Llllcy nnd Sloppy
nre doing a rushing business. Their stock
complete, nnd with thelr pluck they nro
sure to control a largo trade.
Somebody was drunk or very sick Sat-
urday night ns Sunday ' morning revealed
the contents of somo very weak stomachs
on the sidewalks. Boys, If whisky won't
ttle your stomachs then try water for a
W. A. Bobbins and wife and A. W.
vcland and wlfo visited friends last w,cck
Miss Susie Hayman has returned home'
from Benovo, Clinton Co., this state.
Our townsman Geo. Herring is very
pleasant slnco that ho has becomo tho fath
er of n ten pound boy.
Mike Is looking for the lad that treed out
erry Keller's coat giving It the locust cut
ou tho back. Such conduct should bo re-
arded with n good fine for damage, ; as
such an act is surely malicious mischief.1 -v
Tho trot between Bloomsburg a n' d
Orangeville was quito a lively affair on
riday last. The roads wcro bad but ncv-
rthelcss the race was a success. By all
appearances tho Orangeville teams wcro a
little too fast for tho Bloomsburg turnouts.
Time, 8 40.
Wm. Bower, wife and daughter have
just returned from Kansas where they have
resided for the past live years. Mr. Bower
ntends making his home in Columbia Co.
n the future.
I have ihcard that a new society is to bo
organized soon In this town. It Is to be
called "The Young Men's Baldheadcd So
ciety." I think the Idea a Igood one as
there is plenty of material here to start
one. Unfortuuately X. Y. Z. cannot be
come a member.
I have been informed that Henry Everett
mending very slowly, nnd by nil nc-
counts it will be a long while before ho
will bo about.
Tho lino weather is making the farmers
feel glad. Their winter grain is looking
cry nice, nnd with the fine stand it Is get
ting the probabilities are It will winter
The railroad excitement lias abated, but
we think that after the election has quiet
ed down It will revive again. It would
certainly bo n relief to us if Cap. would let
us know when the first lot of hands will
arrive. The squad he sent to Stillwater
some time ngo hns fulled to go to work.
presume the Bear und other nnlmnls went
on n strike. Cap, send the monkey and
tho hat around ns the anti-railroad men
want to give lavishly.
J. W. LUIey Intends going to tho Nortli
Mountain for deer next week. Jim never
ills In bringing venison home with him.
X. Y. Z. remains unknown yet to the
eoplu of Orangeville. Nlblo thinks he
knows him but so far thu poor boy is on
tho wrong track.'
X. Y. Z.
The Governor's Visit.
Tho past week has been ono of excite
ment to everybody, ns it beenmo generally
known that a real, live Governor had
passed through on his way to the North
Mountain for n few days' rest from the
cares of olllce. Ills excellency, Gov. Pat.
tlson, and party, consisting of Mr. II. C.
Dern of Altoona nnd Dr. II. Pltcalru ot
Harrlsburg, (proprietors of tho Altoona
Tribune), Mr. Fryslnger of York, and Bev.
W. W. Evans of Berwick, arrived Monday
noon at the residence of Daniel McIIcnry
Esq., where thoy halted long enough to
partake of au excellent dinner prepared for
tho occasion, after which they wcro ac
companied by Daniel McIIcnry & Son and
Bev. D. M. KIntcr of Stillwater, tq the
pleasant and beautiful mountain resort
kept by "Billy" Cole, where all arrived
about dark with only tho slight Incident of
breakdown of tho principal vehicle
when near their destination. Muddy
roads nnd the weariness of travel were
saoti forgotten in tlio pleasurable excite
ment of Mother Cole's buckwheat cakes
mid maple molasses. After supper thcro
was a general unpacking of Ordnanco and
Ordnance stores such as is seldom seen
outside of the State Arsenal (no lnslnun
lions intended") and when all was satisfac
torily arranged, nnd plans for to-morrow's
hunt discussed, nil retired to dream of tho
coming sport, which they evidently did
amid a variety of queer noises resembling
somowhat the snortings of a scared buck.
Tuesday morning dawned fair and pleas.
ant. Breakfast at 7, after which n party
of thirteen, led by Billy Cole, started
'Injln" file, to wend Its way up the steep
and tortuous path leading to the moun
tain's summit. My pen Is Inadequate to
describe that march, so wo leavo It to the
Imagination of tho reader. At about 0
o'clock, a. m., the hunt began and contln
ued nil day nmld tho crashing of falling
trees and limbs, thu wind having risen to a
heavy gale, endangering somewhat both
life and limb of tho jolly hunters. Llko
nil things earthy, that hunt ended, tho re
stilt of which was t bucks killed, 0 ; does,
0 1 porcupines, 1 1 pheasants, 1 wounded
ino descent to .nr. uoie's was finally ac
complished after considerable of lofty
tumbling nnd divers measures of lengths
on tho side ot tho mountain, from tho tall
form of his Excellency down to' tho lithe
figure of the senior proprietor of the Al
toona Ihbune. Hero they found one of
Mother Cole's excellent suppers awaiting
their coming, which was soon hid away by
ns hungry a set as you often seo. Thus
refreshed, the spirits of each arose to Its
wonted height as In turn they recited the
Incident! of tho day, und what they would
have done had Mr. Buck put in au appear.
nncc, after which all gladly sought repose
In the land of forgetfulness. Wednesday's I
hunt was moro exciting, as two deer wcro !
sighted ono of which, n largo buck, wns I
fired nt twice, and, sorry to say, missed.
After n severe day's tramp thu discomfited
nimrods returned to tho attack of n famous
turkey which graced tho head nf tho ta
ble which literally groaned under thu
weight of good things which were speedily
conveyed to the stomachs of tho hungry
hunters, utter which there was more
groaning 1 1 Wednesday evenlnp; tho com
pany was augmented by tho arrival of Mr.
J. J. McIIcnry of Benton, and Dr. Gardner
of Bloomsburg. Another pleasant evening
spent In relating Incidents, jokes, &c.
Thursday morning opened with the first
snow of tho season, nnd as several new
hunters arrived, qutto n llttlo army, In
eluding tho Commander-in-Chief of the
Pennsylvania Militia, started for the last
etlort nt capturing ono or moro of tho beau
tiful denizens of the forest. Tho hunting
wns very dlsngrccablc, owing to tho snow
on the bushes, nnd one division (they had
divided Into two parts) soon tired nnd re
turned, minus the deer, nhout 1 o'clock, p.
m. The other division, having gone far
ther, were moro persevering nnd continued
the hunt until Into lu tho afternoon when
they returned bearing nloft one of the
grand denizens of the North Mountain as
nn ovldcnco of his Excellency's skill as a
hunter, showing that n buck ns well ns a
"Beaver" must succumb to his ability to
make a long nnd successful run. Joy was
seen depleted on every countenance and
all were well pleased with tho wind-up of
the icat hunt.
On Friday morning his Excellency and
party started on the return trip, stopping
at Benton where a large and enthusiastic
crowd of tho friends and admirers of tho
Governor had Ksscmbled to greet and wel
como hint lo our beautiful valley. The
Governor addressed them In his usually
graceful and happy manner and by his
pleasant and affable deportment won tho
hearts of the multitude. An excellent
dinner was prepared for the party at tho
Exchange Hotel, where the inner man wns
refreshed, and In tho evening the Governor
nnd party started for Berwick where thoy
took tho cars on Saturday morning for
the State Capital, greatly delighted with
their trip, promising at some future time
to renew It.
I am happy to say that the Governor is a
Christian gentleman, and a peoples' man
jusUuch n man as every good man de
llintsj'to honor. His Christian dignity is
nn'fiorior to this great Commonwealth, and
I.. l.t. 1.n, nvmnn..t
COIUmSlS SinillgCiy Willi luav miuuu
and self-esteem so generally seen In thoso
called to fill high places. Ills party should
feel proud of him and stand by him to n
man, In his manly effort lo rise above
mere paity Interests (and serve all the peo
plo of the State for their good. Wo are
glad to havo met him, nnd he will find a
hearty wclcomo whenever ho elects to
como ngain. The party consisted entirely
of men who are not ashamed to acknowl.
edec God as their Father and Jesus Christ
a3 their rightful Sovereign. Thank God,
Christianity is cominc to tho front. So
might it be. Nisi.
tobcr 25th, at tho Lutheran parsonage, by
Bov. J. P. German, Mr. J. W. Peiper of
Berwick, to Miss Matilda Harter of Nes-
copeck, f
I W. Hartman & Son's
nfTnr this week.
il mid lots of goods cheap
Vlpnnl.iP- un and getting ready for
Christmas. 1
Alen tlnnnnla llliinkptS. SliaWlS. COIltS. 1111
derwear, hosiery and other goods for
the winter which Is close at hand.
Best Germantown wool very cheap.
Zephyrs, Saxony wool, stocking yarn.
Canvasses, cmurouiery, im:, ivt.,
lfnlt trnnila from 3,1c 110.
. . . v . . , i ...t....n
lino Rtoc c OI lieavv Kiuvca uiiu uuticus
for men and boys.
loor oil cloth.
Fresh stock of groceries.
mnm nhnnner than ever.
Butter, eggs, dried fruits, lard, chickens,
&c, bought and sold by
I. W. Hartman & Son.
Notice To my old and now customers
Havlnr lipp.n out of tlio mercantile busi
ness over two years I havo decided to fill
n my store neam nnu nave jusi rumuiuu
from the city with a full stocK ot new
goods bought at the lowest wholesale
prices, and I am prepared to sell them ns
ehean as tliev enn bo sold anywhere in
this part ot the country. uau aim c.niu
no my siock nnu see prices.
Burnt. MollKNitv.
Benton. October ICtli. 1883. 19-lw
Don't fall to seo tlmNorthrun turtle driv-
ing cull with wristlet combined, for ladies
and gentlemen, walking, or driving at u,
W. Bcrtsch's merchant tailoring establish
meut, Main street.
Ladles fine shoes at F. D. Dcntler's.
now and large stock just in.
30 different styles of pen or pencil tablets
at tho Columbian store.
For fur trimmings, fur collars, gimps,
fringes or trimmings of any kind go to
Lutz & bloan's.
Cheap underwear at J. B. Skeer's.
You can be suited In shoes, If you call at
i D. Dcntler's. nustocK is complete in
gcnts',ladics', misses' and children's shoes,
75.000 envelopes, ull sizes nnd colors
wholesale aud retail, nt tlio Columman
G. W. Bertsch has lust received a fine
line of gloves and mitts for ladles and
gents. Don't fall to see them before pur.
chasing elsewhere.
Everybody admires tho beautiful ranees
manufactured In nil styles, at Sliarpless'
loundry. They nave all the modem im
movements, are llrst-class nnd ns irood I
all respects as they can possibly be made,
net nn.4w
P. D. Dcntler's stock of ladies', misses',
and chlldrens' shoes Is complete In every
particular. Call und sec.
Cheap (piccnsware at J. 1). Skeer's.
Host quality Saxony yarn 131 cents an
ounce, also a lull in:
lino of other yarns at
I.utz & bloan's.
20 illllcrcnt styles of wedding Invitations
nt tho Coi.t'MiitAN store.
boots, shoes, shoes, at F. I),
Oood goods at lowest prices.
A now lot ot line boxed papers lust re.
celved nt tho Columiiias Btore. That heavy
cream damask, and wedding plates Is thu
finest writing paper wo have ever shown,
Only 40 cents a box. with envelopes.
Tho Youlman black still hat Is all tlio
stylo nnd rugo, at present for young men.
A full assort pent of them can bo seen and
had, at U. W. Bcrtsch's, tho tailor and hat
ter. For shawls, coats, dolmans or cloths to
make up for tho ladles, go to Lutz &
For good cheap
furniture, go to Cud-
Look at tlio now shades of writing paper
in our snow winnows, ooui uy tnu sheet
or quire, at tue IOlpmiiia store.
spring chickens.
- old hens, geesu uud ducks,
- good llvo calves,
lbs. raspberries.
; " pitted cherries.
10 above wanted ut Llirht Street, by
All 1
BUas Young.
August 3-0in
t. At It, Huppcr at Itciltotl,
Saturday evening the members of Pen
nington Post No. 283, G. A. It., held nn
oyster supper nt Benton, which wns well
nttended, and was, to take It nil tho wny
through, n derided success. Total re
celpts, $71.82. Mr. Hess nnd lady of tho
Exchange Hotel g.ivo the use of thu first
story of their houso with all the fixtures,
free of charge, except tho bar-room, and
Mrs. Hess helped with a will. Sho never
docs things by halves. Mr. Hess and lady
havo the thanks of the Post for their lib
erality nnd of the committee- of nrrnngc
mcnts In particular. The committee con
sisted of George Bnberf 8. C, Krickbaum,
J. M. Long, and F. W. Wilson.
O. W. Bertsch tho merchant tailor and
hatter has Just received n line lot of silk
nnd nlpacn umbrellas, If you want any
thing tn that lino don't fall to give him a
call and bo convinced yourselves. Prices
very low.
This Is to certify that L. E. Whary Is the
solo authorized agent for Bloomsburg, for
thu Beading Stovo Works, of Orr, Painter
& Co., and Is the only dealer that can glvo
a guarantee on our work on stoves, heat
crs or furnaces.
Don't forget that G. W. Bertsch tho mer
chant tailor has alwayn on hand, n full as
sortment of Uno and fancy cloths and cash,
meres for suitings and overcoat?. Give
him a call.
Pictures, frames,
window cornices, nt
Those nobby and stylish seal skin caps
for voting ladles and gents nre to be hnd nt
G. W. Bcrtsch's, the merchant tailor. Don't
fall to get ono for tho coming winter, price
very cheap.
If C. A. Kiel 111, the Druggist, docs not
succeed It is not for tho want of faith. Ho
has such faith lu Dr. itoianko's Cough and
Lunir svrun as a remedy for Cousin. Colds.
Consumption, and Lung Affections, that lie
gives a bottle free to eat Ii and every ono who
Is in need of a medicine ot tills Kind.
July 13-cow
Avoid the harsh, irritating, griping com.
pounds so often sold as purging medicines,
and correct the Irregularities of tlio bowels
by the uso of Aycr's Cathartic Pills, which
nro mliu nnu gentle, yet thorough ami
searching, in tliair action.
Owcntown, Ky. Bov. J. N. Beck says :
havo used Brown's Iron Bitters nnd
consider it one of the best tonics sold.
Wilkcs-Barrc, Pa., Jan. 0, 1833.
Mr. Phelps, Dear Sir I consider It my
duty to tell you how much good your
Uhcumatic r.uxir has uono me. r or ten
ears I had Bheiimatlsm in my left arm
and last fall It extended through my whole
body and limbs, l could naruiy turn in
bed, and several days I could neither feed
myself nor walk without sticks. I took
everything that I could hear of, but got no
better, nnu i began lo get. uiscouragcu.
Mr. Good, the druggist, advised me to tako
Phelps' Uhcumatic Elixir. I did so, and
after having taken tlio first bottle I felt sat
isfied that It was helping me. When l had
taken three bottles I was entirely cured. I
feel very grateful for what your medicine
has done lor inc. i win cuccnuiiy recom
mend It to those mulcted Willi ltlieuma-1
tism. You can use my name as you wish
in ueuait ot your r-uxir.
Yours, with many thanks,
No. 11 Magnolia Avenue, Wilkes-Barre,
Go carefully in purchasing medicine.
Many udvertised remedies can work great
Inlury nro worse than none. Jlurdoel:
lilood Bitter nre purely a vegetable prepara
tion : the smallest child can tmu them.
They kill disease and cure the patient In a
sate and Kindly wny.
The ptoof of the pudding Is not In chew
ing the string, but In having nn opportuni
ty to test the article direct. C. A. Kleim,
the Druggist, has a free trial bottle of Dr.
Bosanko's Cough aud Lung Syrup for each
ami every one wno is unnoted witu uougns,
Louis, Asthma, consumption or any liiino
Allectlon. July 0-eow
FOIt THE 1'llllMO.
I owe my life to Phelps' Bheumatic
Elixir. During tlio past fifteen years I
have spent over a thousand dollars for
treatment of Blicumatism, and never re
ceived nny permanent benefit until I took
the t'hclps Elixir. 1 consider It tho best
rheumatic remedy ever offered to pub.
nc. itcspeciiuuy,
Gr.o. E. Hoyt.
Penu avenue, Scranton, Pn.
Our family nhvslclnn travo un our child
to die," wrote Henry lvnee, h,sq., ot Verilla,
Warren Co., Tcnn. "it had llts. bjmnn-
tan Xenine has cured the child." 81.00.
Sec a woman In another column, near
Specr's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which bpeer's l'ort urape vv uio H made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and tue aged.
O-l.l 1... f. K 11. .1... 1,1- 1
ouiu uy j. i, ivieuu, muumsuurg.
sept S'.'-ly
"Often unable to attend business, being
subject to serious disorders ot tho kidneys.
Alter a long siege of sickness tried Burdock
lilood liitlert and was relieved uy hall a
bottc," Mr. It. Turner, of ltochestcr, N. Y.
takes the pains to write.
Wo do think the l'helps Uhcumatic Klix.
ir is the most valuablo proprietary medi
cine ever compounded, and wo aro contl
dent that tills will bo tho testimony of
Hundreds ot thousands more in the near
future. K. II. ItAUcit, editor "Carbon
County (fa.) Democrat. For sale at Hen.
dershotl's Pharmacy.
HUNDHKDS WHITE they ovu their llfo
and present good health to Acker's English
Remedy for consumption, coughs, colds,
ivc. ooui uy j. u. ivinpons, uruggist,
Want of confidence accounts for half of
tho business failures of to-day. C. A,
Ivlelin, the Druggist, is not liable to fail for
tho want of commence, in Dr. Bosanko's
Cough and Lung-Syrup, for ho gives away
a bottlu freo to all who are suffering with
uougu, i;oius, Asinma, i;onstimpuou
iiitiou and
all allcctlons of the lliroatand Lungs
July 0-cow
Persons recovering from wasting disea
ses, such as malaria, fevers, etc., will be
greatly benefitted by tlio use of Hrown's
Iron Hitters, n true tonic.
EVERY PROMISE backed by a guarau
tee. ACKers
Dyspepsia Tablets will glvo
Immediate relief
ef. Prices 23 & 50 cts. Sold
by J. II. Klnports, druggist.
When you have tho Itch. Salt Rheum.
uulls, or Skin Eruptions of nny kind, and
the Piles, that you know without being
told of It. O. A, Kleim, thu druggist, will
sell you Dr. Rosunko's Pile Remedy for 50
cents, which affords immediate relief, und
is a sine cure fur either of the above diseas
es. July 0-cow
Codoriu, Pa. J, D, JCohiing says i "I
was parall.ed lu my right side. Thu usu
of Hrown's Iron Hitters enabled mu to
llhfumalic Strim Cu ;
Woleolt, N, Y June 18. '82.
UcntB A few weeks since, while suiter
nig wun unions cone, winch rendered mo
unlit for business, I was advised to try
bottle of your syrup. I had no faith In'
at un, uv may lime, uir mu reason that 1
hud tried so many things lu years past
without receiving any relief, but before the
ursi uotiiu was emptied t wos- icellne bet
ter than 1 had felt for many years. I know
now, that I havo tried it, that'it Is the
greatest remedy mat exists in tho worh
and I feel proud to recommend tho Illicit.
matin byrup to nil sufferers front bilious
colic, for I am sutlstlcd It has cured mu.
V Ishlng you every success with your most
wonderful syrup. I am, sincerely yours,
Wai-tui; W. wiiitk.
RHEUMATISM, aro but liidiealors of lm-
pure mood. Acker's Hlooil Elixir is tho
remedy, noiuuyj. u. Klnports, drug-
The Greatest Blood Purifier Known!
Rheumatism Cured.
I'ort ItrBON, N.
Wipmiulttc Strtln Ctt. i
(1KNT8 I linvo l)cen a (treat
HUTterer f rom Illiciiinatlvn forMx
years, ami ho.irlnir ot tlio suceesa
nUnimatln Syrtip
I had been rtoctcrlnir for three
or roar j ours, wun uincroni pnv
Blclmn, forsrrufiila, ns some call
ed It, but wand no relief until 1
commenced taklog jour Hyrup.
After tnklnir It a short time, to
my surprise, It began to help me.
Uontlnulnir Its iiwafew weeks,
I found myself ns well as ever.
As a blood punilcr, I think It hag
no canal.
ur itucumaiic pjrun l concilium
to HI
ivoita m my own chip,
I cheerfully s.ivtlmtl Imvu
been tcrently benefitted by Its Hie.
I can walk with entlro freedom
from pain, and iny Kcncral health
H very much Improved. It li n
splendid it'inedy for tlio blood
nnd debilitated system.
V. I'llKSTKH l'AUK, M. 1).
Manufacture tiu IIUKUMATIB NV1W1'
NO OIU5.V8R roll HIM.
"When Greeco her knees Gteeco her
knees Greece her knees," stammered nn
cmbnracd schoohboy, forgetting tho next
lino of his recitation. "There Is no occa.
slon to greaso anybody's knees," shouted
tho teacher. "Go nnd study your piece."
Neither Is there occasion to grease your
hair. Parker's Hair Balsam Is all the
dressing you wnnt. Bcstorcs tho
original gloss and color lo gray or fad.
cd hair. Does not soil tho linen ; not n
dye good for tho scalp ; prevents falling
Is well remembered by the veterans of
our "late war" but Specrs' wino lias
achieved a wide reputation from Its clllcacy
in the sick room, being one of the most
pleasing and comforting beverages that
can be given nn invalid and at thu same
time Is a powerful strength restorer. For
sale everywhere.
Mother Shlpton's prophesies and Louisi
ana elections nro very uncertain tilings, but
lMtnai JMeetne Uil can bo depended upon
always. It cures aches and pains of every
Wheat por bushel u.or
Uorn, "
oats " "
Flour per barrel
nutter 30
Kges as
ruuow m
Potatoes 40
Dried Apples oo
Hums 14
sides 4 Shoulders 11
Chickens ,. 10
Turkeys 12
i.ara per pouna .u
Hay per ton la no
Heeawax 12
Buckwheat (lower per inn 4.00
In pursuance of an orJerot tlio Orphans' Court
of Columbia county, l'a., the undersigned adminis
trators of William ivcy, deceased, win sell at
public sale on the premises, on
rr.s Tr V lO JOO
lUeSQay, JNOVGHlDer 13, S3,
at 1 o'clock In tho afternoon of said day tho fol
lowing described valuablo real osUto, to-wlt :
X tract or mcssuago tenement and lot ot land
tltuatoln Hemlock township, Columbia county,
ra.. bounded and described as follows, to-wlt: Ho.
ginning ut a stone corner, thence by lands ot John
Urub'r, south two degrees west elghty-two and
four-tenth perches to a mono ; thenco by land ot
iuiaiii r.niebi, uuui eeiiiy-eigut nnu one.
fourth decrees west nineteen nnd four.tenth
porches to a stono; thence by tho samo nortli for-ly-slx
degrees west thirty-iiino and two-tenth
ficrehes ton stono; thence north forty nndone
ourth degrees cast seventy-seven and live-tenth
percnes to tnopiaco ot ocgiiining, containing
and 11 perches itrlct measure. ,
ALSO Another messuage or tract of land ad
joining tho above described laud, la said township,
bounded and described as follows, to-wlt : llegln-
nlng at a po-.t lu Uno ot itcuben llomboy, thence
by land of Philip A. Stroup, south eighteen de
crees west forty-seven perches to a hickory treo
inenco uy .i.iuusoi .m. u. MioemaKer, south lorty-
iuivu ui-jjiwa eoai. uiui-eiiii, percnes; iiieueu uy
iiiiiii in .juiiu uiuuer, iiuriu iony-onu ami one.
halt degrees east llfty-slx perches to a stono
thence north two decrees west sixteen nerchesto
a stone, thenco norl h two degrees west sixteen
nerciiesiu a siono uv iana or t.eorco winner:
thenco by tho samo nortli twenty decrees east
luny-six purcuvs 10 a c:h-suiui, mence norm miy
ono and one-halt decrees west ono nerch to
stake, thenco by laud of John S. Hartman south
tenty-fnur degrees west six perches to a stake.
thence by tho samo north eighty-four degrees
rsv uineij-Mvu jieieiiea iu a siuue, uienctiuorin
ten and one-half degrees east six perches to a
stone, thenco by landof lleuben llomboy, nortli
eighty .four degrees west thirteen and tno-tcntU
percnes to mo puco ot ueginuing, containing
and 23 perches of land strict measure.
ALSO Another messuago or tract of land situ
nte lu Hemlock township lying alongside nnd ad
Joining tho nbovo described trae t ot land bounded
and described as follows, to-wlt : lleclnnlnc nt a
stono und l mining thenco by lands ot 1'hlllpA.
mi-uup. iioriu uvu uegrees oust smy-two percnes
to stone, thenco by tho samo north forty-three de
grees went slxty-tlvo perches and one-tenth to a
stone, thenco by tlio samo north forty degrees
east thltty-ono and six-tenths to a po-t, thenco by
lauds ot JL (1. bhoemaker south forty-three de
grees east iiluety-elght nnd two-tenth perches to
a stake, and thenco south forty degrees west
seventy-six and elght-tenths perchostothu placo
of beginning, containing
and threo nerehes. strict measure, bo tho timn
more or less. Altogether K7 acres nnd tu perches,
on which are erected a good two-story
Frame Dwelling House,
out-kltchen, bank barn and other outbuildings.
Also a good well of water at the houso and ono nt
tho barn, as also two never-failing springs ot
water near tno buildings. There Is also an apple
orchard on tho premises composed of young thrifty
trees, good bearing, and of choice grafted fruit.
TKKSIS OK HALU Ten percent, ot one-fourth
of tho purcliaso money to bo paid at tho striking
down ot tho propel ty j tho one-fourth less tho ten
percent, nt tho confirmation ofsalo; nnd tho re
maining three-fourths In ono year thereafter, with
Interest from combination nisi.
l'urchaser to pay for deed.
ANN ivr.y,
i:dwahi w. ivev,
nov i-iw Admrs.
Clotli&i Cliim ! Clolll!
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Ilnvint; very leeentlv i-iKmed it now
Merchant Tailoiiiit mill (Ii hih' Kiii-
iiinliintr HmnU Stmv, in KNOItl! ,fc
.Main htrcet, whelf 1 am laviiuivil t
innku to orili'r, itlhhoil u nice, first
class suits ot clotliiuu ulw ivh In tho
luicst taylt-H nml niii'us rt'iinomilih..
Fits gimnniiueil, llavini; It-iimed how-
to Cllt glll'lllt'lltS tO Mlit (UISIOIIHTH, llllll
iiHo what, kind ot ni.ttt riiil ill i c
Hiltisfuuiion, J would ask von to ieuo
call uud cxnmlno tho
a l) put CP I PPl'Pn onu-ir
It l5llS I SliLIiC 1 UJ STOCK
Uvor shown in Columbia county,
Beforo Purchasing Elsowhero.
i Store nt door io Fit Hatlonail Bank
CoruiT Mnlufc Market Sh.
Neuralgia Curod.
PAtnroRT, N.v., jiarch 12, 'M.
lUtrumatte Burup Co. t
Osnts Slnco November, 1RW, I
hnvo boon n cointnnt sufferer
from lielirflhrtjl nml Imrn nnf.
V., Teb. so, '81
known what It was to bo rn-o
from pain until I commenced tho
use of itheumntlo Hyrup. I havo
felt no pain slnco ustmrthc fourth
bottle. I think It Is tlio best rem.
edy I havo ever heard of for purl,
fylnir the blood nnd for thnrum
of rheumatism and neuralgia.
W. 11. C1IA8K.
CO., 1 I'llmouth Art., Jlwhetter, ,V. 1.
(Cbnffnutdroui fail vetk.)
How Watch Cases are Made.
In 1875, thirteen men comprised tlio
entire working forco used in .tho manti
facttiro of tho Jame Boti Void 11'ofcA Uase.
Now OYcrIi'eAuiiJrid nro employed, nnd tho
number Is constantly Increasing. The rea
son of this Increase is this: In tho Jama
Bou' Gold Watch Que all tho metal In sight
nnd subject to wear Is eolid yoW,whllo tho re
mainder, which only lends strength to tho
case, is of stronger metal than gold,
giving gold where gold h needed, and
strong, clastic metal whero strength nnd
elasticity nro needed, n combination pro
ducing a watch caso better than solid gold
nnd nt onimiau? the cost. V u.
Over 200,000 of theso canes "" n1
liavo been sold, nnd every jeweler In tho
country can testify to their quality and
mlb . lebnsoTOK, Mien., Dec, . 10.
1:. W. Mnrrh. Of tlio Jltmotrat, Imuicllt Jim. 11.)iu'
Gold Watch cane is years airo. aud carried it until a
rhort time aim, wheii 1 purchaiwd It, and gold it to a
runtolucr. 'i lie cano showed no, itninof ear,txctjt
that natural tn any rate, aud I atn satlatled can tio
Hatriy iruarautrrd for at loiwt ten yearn more. I havo
Bold tlio JameM Uohh OoldYt atctiCa6 for many yearn,
and tho parties v, ho bouirlit the Unit oues are carry,
luff them well eatirhed as thomrh they had
bouirht a solid Kold caso costtnirtwIcuUieriionfy. 1
ward them as the ontycasos of this kind a jeweler
should sell who desires to (rive his customers Uio
worth of their nioucy or values his reputaUou.
u. J. Ccshwat. Jtvttr.
Bfaalttalttamp ts VlsUh Vm Ftftarlts rails,
o'tlpkl, l's.,rorbsdHsit Illa.trttal rsstpblrt.hswlDf sow
M Hint ana K;to V) ilea Cms ars simU.
Tvlc Continued.) I
Manufacturers ot
First-class work always on hand.
Price) reduced to mil the lime).
Near L & B Dspst, Bloomsburg Pa.
Manufacturer of First class rnmrns tn
different styles, cool; stoves, parlor stoves
and stoves for heating houses,
churches &c. Largo stock of tlnwnro and
stovo repairs, such as grates, firebrick, lids,
centres &e.
Oct 20 tf
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In the Catavis3a Valley near
Girard Manor composed of
twenty acres cleared and partly
cultivated and eighty acres in
sprouts and young timber.
For a desirable tenant a house
ami barn will be built.
Full name of applicant is-re-quested
with post office address
and names of two references.
Hcbcr St Thompson,
Engineer Girard E-itatePottsville, Pa.
Oct. 20 lw
The undersigned oilers to sell
on easv terms,
of land lying in Bloomsburg ad
joining on the south, -lands of
D. W. Armstrong, on the east
by lands of Mrs, Jane Richie,
on the north by lands of Ma
thias Shaffer and on the west by
other lands of the seller.)
Apply to
John G. Freeze,
Bloonis"burg, Pa.
oct lfMt
mtrassENTS Tim following
North Amerlean of l'lilladelnlila.
Franklin, '
lVunaylvanta, " '
Yorfc, of 1'eninylvanla.
Hanover, ot N, v.
oueens, of ijondon,
North llrltlili, ot l.oiidon.
oet Y4 w"ySt auwl' No' 5' nioamsburu.
To learn 'I'Kl.KOUAl'lIi.S'tl, uud tako positions
when competent. lUUroail aud Co sys
tems tauitlit. ll.dlro.ul lir compleio operation and
runuy elwtilelly to Uluttnitu thelllock idttiul
syhlein. Terms reasonable. Addre-H for citaloiruo
and luitleiiUiN, . ,
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ISO i Chestnut Street, l'lilladelnlila, l'a.
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