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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBtTRGf, COLOMBIA COUNTY, PA.
" BLOOMSBURG, PAT
Correct Unllroncl Timer Table.
Trains on tho I'ltUadclplila & 11 11 loaro Huport
a3 follows I
An amusing game of baso br1l wns piny.
oil on llio school grounds Inst Friday be
tween the clerks nnil lawyers. The former
Won by it seoro of 37 to 35.
Tho Model School lit llio Normal will
glvonii entertainment lnthu hull ncxlMon.
iluy night. Mtislo by Prof. Nilc9' orches
tra. Tickets can bo obtained at U, A.
(1:31) ft. III.
4:00 p. 111.
11:M ft. in.
11:18 p. Ill,
vrralnson tho I. t'& V. It. It leave Illoomslmrg
as follows i
7;05 a. in. B:28 0. m.
Ilil7 a. m. U:M a. in.
0:30 p. tu. 4:30 p. m.
Tlio 8.S3 a. m. train connects at Northumberland
wltli thoftM train un Pennsylvania run), reaching
Philadelphia at a: Up. m.
Tlio 11:53 train connects with Philadelphia and
lte.ullnif road at Hupert reaching rhlladcl-
phla at ti;uu p. m.
Last week tho town clock win iihout
twenty minutes too fast. This week It was
fifteen minutes too slow. It It cannot bo
kept somewhere within rcnsonablo reneh of
tho correct tlmo It had better bo stopped.
It Is a public nuisance ns It runs now.
A social was given nl the resilience of h.
11. Ituport on Tuesday evening, by Miss
Kvu ltupcrt nnil Mtss Hustings assisted by
members of their Bmulny school classes.
Ico cream, cakes, &o.( were served.
Tho silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. John
Swartwout was celebrated on Monday last
nt their homo near Ilcuton. Only relatives
of tho family mid a few Intimate friends
wcro present. Portions of tho marriage
ceremony wcro read by liov. J. ltockwcll,
Hector of St. Gabriel's church. A number
of hatulsomo presents wcro received, mid
tho occasion was a very pleasant one.
Tho il:S3 train connects with Pennsylvania road
at Noriuumueriaiui at i:du, readmit; riiiiauciiiuin
at rasp. in.
Tim i:an n. m. train connects with Pennsylvania
ro.nl at Northumberland at $M p. in., and reaches
Philadelphia at il.u5 ft. in.
Trains nn tho N, &W. II. Hallway pass llloom
Ferry as follows I
limn. in. 12:01 p. ra.
0.30 p. in. 4:13 p. in.
Notice ti CorrcHioiiilentH.
in order to saro ininy communications from tho
wasto basket wo make tho following suggestions
to local correspondents ! Uso only ono sldo of tho
sheet, and write aspialnm posslulo; ;glvo only
tho local novvs that Is of somo Interest to tho com
munlty, such as accidents, Improvements, inar
rlaifos, deaths, matter relating to schools and
churches, business enterprises, changes of resi
dence, anl tho like. What appear to 1m Jokes at
tho oxpenso of others, and personal mention giv
ing only ono namo or Initials or a nickname, will
notba printed under any circumstances, such
Horn i often glvo offense, though nono may bo In.
tended. Tho full namo of tho writer must always
bo glvou, but will not bo printed unless requested,
Prof. ('. 0. Johnson will glvo n concert
nt Jcrseytown for tho benefit of the Moth.
oillst Church to nsslst In payment for nn
organ purchased of .1. Saltzcr of Ulooms.
burg, I'ii., to bo held Saturday evening of
this week, Juno 21st, 1881. All churches
purchasing organs of J. Balt.cr will bo as.
slstcd In like manner.
Jim Green has served one term of lm
prlsonmcnt for shooting another colored
man. On Tucsd ly ho was drunk, nnd
wlillo In this condition was flourishing a
loaded revolver around promiscuously.
Constable woodward took the weapon
from liltn, nnd If ho prosecutes Green for
carrying concealed deadly weapons, he
will be entitled to tho gratitude of the
community for his efforts to brank up the
X VlKorutirf IIlHturlcnl Iteinliiiter.
"The Ten Wliltu Mjn and Two Negroes
who defrauded tho American l'eoplo out
of their cholco for President In 1870," Is tho
title of a picture ns nrttstleally arranged ns
It Is it forcible historical reminder. It Is
30x33 Inches In size, nnd Just Issued by tho
Advanco Publishing Co., Nos. 5 and 7 Miir.
ry street, New York. Price, 30 ccuts n
copy, prepaid, to any address, Twelve
copies, prepaid, to ono address three dol-lars.
To Htilcrllern tiut of tile mute,
Hereafter nil nancrs mailed out of tho
state must bo paid for strictly In advance,
S1.75 a year. Wo have to pay postage on
them and In several Instances wo have Inst I
not only tho postage but tho price of the
paper. The duto on each paper shows up
to what tlmo It is paid, nnd It will be stop-
Blaine and Logan ought to bring libel
suits against somo of the newspapers that
are printing cuts of them. These pictures
are tho severest "cut" of all. In somo of
them Hlalnu looks like a blear-eyed tramp,
nnd Logan like n Teutonic immigrant. As
caricatures tho portraits are successful, but
It honestly printed to show the people
what tho candidates look like, they are
The farm dwelling of William Fnusey of
Fro3ty Valley township, Montour county,
which was burned with all Its contents on
June Dili, wn3 insured In tho Clinton Fire
Insurance Company of N. Y., In the agon.
cv of C. F. Knann. llloomsburir. Pu. The
pedat tho expiration of tho tlmo unless I 03g was promptly adjusted the second day
paid la advance. Sclf-protcctlon compels
us to adopt this pi nn.
Sovcral town properties, good locntlon,
brick or frame.
About 25 acres of land In Hemlock town,
ship, partly cleared, balance well timbered.
A farm of about 80 acres in Scott twp.
For terms and particulars npply to (Jeo.
T. Elwcll , Dloomsburg, Pa. f eb. 29-tf.
N. TI. Funk.'Esn.. attended 'a. classic-
union at Princeton College this week.
m. U!. W. F.lwell nnd children of To-
wnndn, aro visiting relatives here.
Mrs. M. Shipley of Cincinnati Is spend
ing the summer with her parents.
lllahnn Unwo was tho Elicst of J. II.
Maize Esq., during his visitation here.
MUa Minnie. Ituttcr is visiting her
brother at Hughcsvlllo.
J. C. Fitzpatrlck of Hazlcton, camo over
on Saturday and spent a few days Willi ins
friends In this county.
II. A. Swcppcnhiscr was in town on
Tuesday to make arrangements for lumber
for his now farm buildings iu Centre town.
Miss Laura J. Nuss has graduated from
tho musical department of tho William.
sport Dickinson Seminary. There was a
musical contest on Monday evening, with
seven contestants and three prizes, and wo
nro nlcascd to state that Miss Nuss won
tho flrst prl.o.
after tho fire and paid on tho 17th Inst, by
Mr. Knapp, who settles nil Id sses In his
The crazy ipillt crazo Is about to give
place to a "family quilt" rage. A complete
specimen has recently been exhibited at
Atlanta, Ga. It was gotten up as a family
record of the liowers' family. It gives a
complete list of the children, grandchildren
and great grand children up to the time It
was quilted. The squares are cut to re
present trees. The first trco has thirteen
limbs, with a llower at tho top ot each
limb, and a child's namo in each flower.
And so on to the fourth generation. The
total number nt the time the quilt was fin-
Ished was 244.
Tho young folks of tho North end of
Centre had u fishing party on Saturday.
They had "Fisherman's luck."
A trio of Ccntro girls went to Light
Street fishing and succeeded In catching
34 lu nil. They weighed 11 lbs., wo un
derstand they salted them down for future
Chas. Ncyhard of Wllkcsbarro formerly
of Centre is tho guest of Wilson Creasy.
His ninny friends extend him a welcome
Miss Nora ltccdy of Uerwlck is visiting
.Miss Delia Hldiay.
Mrs. A. W. Spear and Mrs. S. Hldiay
were visiting friends at Now Columbia.
Harvey Haycock of Light Street has
taken orders for 2,j tons of Allen's phos
phate through Centre. Ho expects to
doublo the amount In tho twp., beforo sow-
A. W. Spear Is raising a calf which
weighed 03 lbs., at birth.
Somo of Centre's young folks expect to
attend Prof. Hecks entertainment the 20th
of June, nt Urangeville.
There were several
town on circus day.
cases of drunks in
Great barcalns at Theo. Heck's in dress
goods nt Hcacock stand, Lighlstreet.
The Phllologlan Society will hold a festi
val at Evans Hull this Friday and Satur
There will bo a niculc at Hess' Grove.
Rupert on tho 23th inst, under tho manage
racnt of Friendship Fire Company.
Go to Theo. Heck's ( Heacock stand) for
your boots nnd shoes. 20 per cent, cheap
er than any plnco in tho county.
The lato frost did not Injure tho festival
cron In the least. Thev aro lust ns nu
merous ns ever.
Great preparations are being made for a
good tlmo at Slahtown on the 4th and 5th
of July. There will bo a big crowd In at
Foil Sale. 100,000 shaved hemlock
shinnies, by A. Laubach Si Son, Guava,
John W. Miles, an old citizen of Dan
ville, for many years a Justico of tho Peace
there, tiled nn the 11th inst,, aged 83
Tho name of David Long of Locust, is
lifted from tho list of candidates for county
commissioner, nt his request. Ho has do-
olded not to run.
Mr. E. A. Itawlings presented this office
with a basket of delicious strawberries, for
which wo aro duly grateful. Ed. always
was a kind neighbor.
Tho Susquehanna Synod of tho Lutheran
Church which was held at Willlamsport
last week decided to have their session
next year nt Illoomsbiirg.
Tho ladies of Ent PostG. A. II. will hold
a festival on tho evenings of Friday and
Saturday. July 4th nnd Cth, In tho first
floor of F. I). Dentler's now building.
The Orangcville Academy will close the
present term this week with exercises that
promise to be of unusual Interest. A
written examination upon all the work of
the term will be hold on Thursday. The
commencement exercises will be held on
Friday forenoon in Academy Hall. In the
afternoon a sociable will bo held In Acad
emy grovo at which refreshments will be
served in abundance gratis. All tho
friends of the students nnd academy arc In
vited. An exhibition will be given In the
evening by the students.
Uloomsburg is not noted as being a good
town for shows, and hence on Tuesday last
but few pcoplo wcro attracted from tho
country by the fact that Washburn & Hunt
ing's circus exhibited here. The proces.
sion was a long one, by reason of its being
long drawn out, and the uniforms of those
who took part bore some faint evidences of
having been, at sonic tlmo now lost In tho
dim and distant past, gaudy and gay. The
show comprises a number of animals, and
portions of tho performance wcro very
good. Only medium sized audiences at
tended the afternoon and evening enter-
tainmcuts. Tho miserable little elephant
was iaino and excited much sympathy.
Tho habit of currying pistols as prac
ticed by many boys and young men, is a
most dangerous one. The papers contain
daily accounts of accidental deaths result
ing from tho careless uso of firo arms, and
wo hear frequently of shooting in a mo
ment of anger, where tho handy revolver
is whisked out, nnd beforo a second
thought can bo taken ono man is dead and
another Is a candidate for tho gallows.
Tlieso remarks are called out by tho fact
that there is one young man in Illooms
biirg to-day who can bo thankful that ho is
not in prison on a charge of murder. On
Saturday night somewhere on the Espy
road a colored boy threw gravel at a pass
Ing team, when tho driver blazed away at
tho offender with his revolver, striking him
in the forehead. Fortunately either tho
pistol was very weak or tho skull was very
thick, for not much datnago was done.
There niay'liavo beeii somo provocation
tho part of tho colored boy, but no act of
his, unless the other party believed that his
life was in danger, could justify the uso of
a deadly weapon. Tho case will get into
court, and it is probable that such an ex.
ample will bo mado of the offender as will
deter others from similar recklessness in
future, unless the facts aro different fiom
what wo lmvo learned.
Tho farmer Is preparing his soil for buck
T. W. Pursel Is adding a cistern to his
present supply of water.
Uy the time my friends read these Items,
John W. Moore will be the husband of his
II. I). Mcllrido did the tlrst mowing with
n machine In our vicinity this season.
Muster Arthur Ohl, of Allegheny city,
will spend a number of months with ills
grandfathers, Old and Hctz.
C. H. Moore, of Catawtssa, paid his par
ents of tills place a friendly visit on Satur
On tho 21st of July our school board will
be prepared to receive bids for the con
slructlon of a school building. It is to be
a plank house, 28X30. Contractors, give it
a fair consideration by that time.
Mrs. Torcllo Chnmberlln has closed her
term of select school.
Miss Maggie Diehl, of Bloomsburg,
visiting Mrs. Appleman this week.
Do not forget tho sale of the Ivcy farm
on Friday of this week.
Foil Kent. Tho front room, second
floor, of tho Columhian building. Ono of
the best rooms for an ofllco In town. Heat.
oil by steam, lighted by gas, water on snmo
floor, Apply to Geo. E. Elwell. tf
Illshop Howo preached at both morning
and evening services at tho Episcopal
church last Sunday. Ho confirmed n class
of ten iii tho evening. A largo congrega
tion was present.
A neat fence has been erected around
tho grounds of tho Episcopal Church nnd
Bcctory. When completed tho property of
tho Episcopalians will bo a great Improve
ment to that part of tho town.
Fou Sale. A dcslrnblo store property of
tho lato A. U. Vunllow at Ituckliorn. The
goods will bo sold separately, or tho goods
nnd building together. Apply to A. U.
Vanllow or J. Terwllllgcr, Llghtstrect, Fa.
Jas. Commons Is well supplied with
flrst class boats for plo-nio and Ashing par.
tics. ThotMoom Ferry, of which ho has
charge, is In excellent condition for carry.
Ing plc-nlo parties.
A plculo will bo held In Megargell's
grovo near Orangovlllo on tho 21th of this
mouth by the Masons of tho neighboring
lodaes. Prof, Ileck will bo the orator of
The following from an exchange should
receive attention : "Editors could a tale
unfold of tho way somo pcoplo get their
advertising done for nothing, and lawyers
could tell of tons of legal ndvlco given by
them without receiving tho slightest nc
inowledgcmcnt, pecuniary or otherwise
Doctors, also aro tho victims of these qucs
tloucrs. Men old In tho tricks of these
friendly spungts manage to evade them,
but tho young editor, lawyer and doctor,
though aware ho Is being defrauded, has
not courage sulllcleut to cut short tho con-
fldentlnl chnt, by saying that ho hopes to
mako lils living by receiving pay for what
his friend expects to get by asking, No
ono expects a carpenter, a Jeweler or
blacksmith, or anyone who piles a trado to
do the smallest Job for nothing, nnd yet
those who willingly pay for such labor
seem to think they have dono nothing of
which to be ashamed, If they 'manage' to
get legal or medical udvlco without having
to pay for it.
And among women tho fault Is as great.
Women who mako their living by dress
making, millinery, teaching fancy work,
or painting, are dally imposed upon by
friends and strangers who come to thorn
for suggestions nnd ndvlco about materi
als, shades, deslgus and patterns defraud
Ing thu worker of hours of valuable time
without a thought of paying for tho ad-
ylco given and often not tliauk tho person
fur the suggestions, which she has spent
tlmo and money In acquiring.
Strange to say, these sponges aro often
est found among thosu who could well af-
ford t6 pay for what thoy want i and strati
gcr still is tho fact that they would resent
with thu greatest indignation a refusal to
oblige them or un Imitation that they were
taking advantage of another's politeness.
nnd thus getting for nothing that which
the giver has a right to expect something
inoro substantial than mere thanks,
Hay-inaklug has about commenced,
ltlpo cherries nnd strawberries lake the
The grain Is giving promtso fur n good
Tho entertainment given Saturday even.
lug by .Miss Ida Klstlcr's school was grand.
vcryono camo nway satlslled with tho
ork that has been accomplished during
tho past term. Tho blackboard was deco.
rated with drawings by tho students.
Miss Anna Kcolcr ot Berwick, Is visiting
her friends In this place.
Mr. A. W. Musgrave, who Is nttcndlng
the Normal School nt Uloomsburg, spent
Saturday nnd Sunday with his parents, nc
companlcd by Ills school chum, Mr. C.
Crcii9y of Ccntro. They report having a
good time. Mr. Creasy made many friends
during his short stay hero.
Sir. T. J. Wclllvcr of Willlamsport, was
visiting his friends nnd neighbors during
io past week. They wcro all glad to bco
him again, as It has been somo tlmo since
ho visited this plncc.
Many ot tho young pcoplo took n drlvo
Trim oi IlnrvcHtcrH.
Wo take tho following from the Fhllndcl.
phla A'ccorif of lust Wednesday i
Tho great competitive trial of harvesting
machines nttho Moorestown, N. J., Fair,
Tuesday, June 10th. attracted a very largo
attendance of practical farmers, ana tno
lest was watched with the closest Interest.
For tho trials an aero of heavy green rye
was selected. llio shrewd farmer mana
gers of the Fair Association had "peppered
tho grain," as they gleefully acknowledged
wlicn llio combined reapers and ninuurs
would stick nt a more than usunlly heavy
spot, where the grain had been sown dou
blo thick and treated with an extra spread
of phosphate. Nine machines engaged In
the trial, ns follows i Tho Uuckcyc, Cham-
Ion, Excelsior, Johnston, kstlieriy, ucer-
ng, Usborno nnd Walter A.. Wood comtiln-
ed'reupers and binders nnd tho Hubbard
senarato cleaner nnd binder.
1 lie performance of each of llio competi
tors was tlio subject of a great deal of
critical comment, and each spectator was
allowed to judge for himself, there being
no prizes given nor any award of excel
lence made uv oiucial committees.
Tlio first machine in the rye, uic uuck.
eye, exhibited evidences of being ot very
heavy draft; and nlthough its two strong
mules worked with great vigor they did
not succcced In concealing tlio fact that
more power was necessary. Tho binding
was indifferent, nnd the sheaves were
thrown out Irregularly, frequently catching
together and choking up tho binder.
Tho Champion tlrocired the bundles bad
ly, dropped a great deal of the grain, nnd
wns twice nearly stuck.
Tlio iixcelsior worKcd so uaiiiy mat it
was compelled to stop two-liurds oi tno
way up its llrst swath.
The Hubbard separate cleaner and bind.
cr, following a Triumpii reaper, went down
the swntu Willi precision, nnd bound every
sheaf without a skip.
The Johnston, which followed the itui.
bard, dragged Its sheaves and strung them
together so badly that thoy looked like
I lie Dccritu: machine was almost n total
failure. It worked badly, failing to cut a
part of the grain, and did the least of any
of t ie combined machines. Tho bundles
huug together nnd the grain was badly
The Osborne succeeded admirably, con
sidering tlio extraordinary condition of the
The Walter A. Wood did tho best work
of the dnv amonc the combined machines,
and escaped belne absolutely stuck, but
its performance, while not a compicio
failure, was far from a success.
Harman nnd Hasscrt nro local agents for
the Osborne, and are selling u large num
ber of the machines.
Teachers' examination will be held In
Catawtssa on Saturday, Juno 29th, at 0
o'c!6ck in School building, room No, 1,
Uloomsburg, Third street school build.
Ing (in Jiimi !)0th,
Irwlck, July 2nd. J. S. Giiimks,
Is it carpenter by trade. Has never been n
candidate for county ofllcc, but has held
several township olUccs. Was in tho ser
vice. during the war. His ago is Ci years.
WASillNfiroX Paiiii of Franklin township,
was horn In this county, and has lived in
Cntnwlssa and Franklin nlways. His busi
ness Is farming nnd milling. Has novcr
been a candidato before. Ills ago is GO
It. A. Smuman was horn In Cntnwlssa
Wo have prepared tho following brief township nnd nt present resides In tho vll-
sketches of tho several persons who arc lago of Catnwlssn. Ho Is n farmer by oc
nsklhg for nominations nt the hands of the cupatlon, nnd In former yenrs followed
Democracy of this county, because the milling nnd lumbering. Has never been n
people have the right to know something candidate beford for a couuty office. Has
aboilt those who seek ofllcc. In order Hint held different tbwnshlp ofllccs. Ills ago Is
wo might havo accurate Information, cir- CO years.
FOU COUNTY OFFICES.
Tho best dirt-proof watches made can bo
scon at L. lternhnrd's Jowclry store.
Groceries at Theo, Heck's (Heacock
stand) us cheap us the cheapest.
The Individual operators in this vicinity
worked their collieries on Monday, and
suspended the remnincr of the week. This
half-tlrao work effects business greatly
and the merchants report things as very
It is with feelings of sorrow that we re
cord the death ot Hov. Edward T. ! icld
late pastor of St. Ignatius' Church, who
died in Philadelphia on Thursday morning
of last week. Ho had been In chnrge here
for n number of years and was universally
loved, alike by Catholics and Protestants
Ills remains were interred in Philadelphia
The police force have decided to hold
picnic tho latter part ot next month. Tho
object of tho force In holding tho picnic Is
to realize enough money to pay an ofllcer
who may accidentally or otherwise get
hurt whllo discharging his duties. The
party so lnlurcd will receive the sumo
amount as he earns nt his daily occupation
whllu ho is unable to work. JAs the object
is i cood ono wo have no doubt but th
picnic will be a success.
On Thursday morning a cavc-in occur
red nt tlio Logan mine which took part ot
the Lehigh Valley railroad along with it
Tlio road had been lately built and was
considered perfectly safe. The cave.
was about one hundred yards long an
fifty yards wide, nnd look over one bun
dred cars of dirt to fill it up. All tho
trains were delayed about four hours.
David Walsh, who is a member of tlio
Mine Commission, left hero on Monday to
attend a meetlnc of that body, held i:
Scranton. The session will last five day
This will make eleven days in session out
of tho fifty allotted them.
An interesting gnmo of base ball wns
played on Thursday, between the "Hooks"
and "Flats." Tho score stood one to three
In favor of the Flats.
Itev. llusscl, who has been pastor of St.
Peter's Church, at Columbia, for over
eighteen years, has been appointed pastor
of St. Ignatius' Church of this place.
The borough ofllccrs have been furnished
new belts aud clubs. Tho club Is a dan
gcrous looking article to como in contact
with n fellow's cranium, aud wo hope a
look at ono of them will Batlsfy every one,
as It has us, so there will bo no necessity to
A gcntlciuan who has been canvassing
tho life ot James G. Dlalno tho past few
days says ho received over forty orders for
the bonk, In town.
Uy request of many tenchers and citizens
Messrs. Curry nnd Curran have opened a
summer school in the township school.
house. As tho number ot scholars is lim
ited those wishing to attend should apply
Immediately. Special attention given to
Tho small-pox Is still on the Increase.
Ono death has been reported at Mr. Evans
and another ot tho children Is stricken
with the disease Ashland Is getting rid
of it slowly, but seven cases nro lu tho
pest hotiso and new cases dovtloped this
Mrs. Evans, an old and highly esteemed
lady of town, died nt tlio rcsldenco of her
son-in-law on Sunday. Her remains wero
taken to Shainoklu on the eleven o'clock
train on Monday morning. The funeral
services were conducted by Hov. G. M.
Ileuben Hall, John Lynch and James
Itakey, studeuts of Dickinson Seminary,
are homo on a vacation,
Miss Julia Mahcr of Philadelphia, Is
spending n few weeks with her uncle, W,
0. G, Murphy Is spending the week lu
15. D. Freas made a flying trip to Blooms.
Mr. Clark and lady of Hazlcton spent
Sunday with relatives in tills place.
Miss Minnie Stewart Is visiting in Phila
O. Mallery and It. W. Oswald returned
from Cincinnati last week.
Several young men ot this plnco intend
taking a walking tour tills fall to Wash
Incton. which will no doubt be a line, aa
well ns Instructive undertaking.
Business at this place seems rather dull
at present, but by reports Jackson &
Woodin are trying very hard to get work
for their men.
The "Berwick Cornet Band" havo a num
her of choice selections which they Intend
discoursing Saturday evening opposlto tho
Post Office. Their leader, Mr. Kelly, do
serves praise for his fine talents, and the
Interest which lie takes In the band.
Very interesting remarks and sermons
wero delivered In tho M. E. Church, Mon
day and Tuesday, by tho Beverend visitors
and others attending the Centennial Con
Tcntlon nt this place.
The Young Men's Christian Association
held their annual meeting last Tuesday,
10th inst., and elected tlio officers with
very little change from last year. When
this Institution gets settled In their new
building, there Is no reason why tlio young
men of Berwick should try to find ninuse
mcntin other places, as it will bo arranged
with overy necessary means of occupying
one's tlmo in nn honest nnd profitable man.
X game of base ball is on the tapis be
tween tho Sunbury and tho Crickets of Ber.
Tlicro was one of tho beBt games of baso
ball played in Danvlllo last Saturday be
tween tho Association nine nnd tho Crick-
cts of this place, that has been played this
season In Montour, Columbia or Luzerno
counties. Thu Crickets led off nt tho bat
which resulted In a "whlto wash," and re.
turned tho compliment to tho Danvlllo
boys, which kept that way until the fourth
innings, when tho flrst run was scored
by an error of tho Crickets. Tho principal
piays of tho game wero a three baso hit by
It. Sherwood nnd tho llys caught by botli
sides in tho left field.
Following is tho scoro ;
culars wcro addressed to each candidate,
asking questions ns to his business, rcsl
dence, &c. Itcplles have been received
fronv tho persons nntned below. The
names arc taken in alphabetical order i
Dn. L. J. Auams wns born in Brinrcreck
towiuhlp, Columbia county, nnd has nl.
ways made that his home, though most ot
his boyhood nnd youth wcro spent else.
where In nttcndlng school and teaching.
Ho attended Medical College for 3 years
nud Is now a physician and surgeon In
good practice t is oj years old. lie has
never been a candidate for n county ofllcc
before, but has held the position of County
Auditor and vurlous township ofllccs.
A. L. Fuitz. was born In Sugarloaf town
ship. Ho was brought up as a farmer and
by close application to his studies evenings
whllo working on tho farm, ncqulred u
common school education, and was ap
pointed a teacher of the public schools at
tho ago of sixteen. Ho completed his ed
ucation at New Columbia nnd Orangovllle
academies nnd tho Bloomsburg State Nor-
mal school, nftcr which ho worked on the
farm a few yean during the summer
months nnd taught school In winter.
Moved from his native township to Blooms
burg nud was collector of tho County tax
of this place for ono year. Head law with
Hon. C. It. Bucknlew and was admitted to
tho Bar In 1878. Wns Deputy Sheriff a
few years, aud has been for inoro than two
years past Secretary of tlio Town council
of the town ot Bloomsburg, Was a candi
dato for nomination for Iteprcsentntlve
four years ngo.
E. "M. Tewkshuiiy was born In Brooklyn,
Susquehanna county, Pa., and lived on
tho farm where bom, until ho was IS Jycars
of age, and then nttended school at Har
ford University, Pa,, for tlirco years. Ho
is a farmer by occupation, and lias taught
school more or les3 since lie was 18 years
of age, In Dauphin and Columbia counties.
Has resided In this county for 10 years.
Ho was a candidato for lteprcsentatlvc
once, nnd three yenrs ago was a candidato
for County Treasurer, but did tiot gel the
nominations. He held numerous ofllccs In
his native township. Ills age Is 40 years.
Heqistei: and Uecohdeh.
C. II. Campiieli, of Bloomsburg, was
born lu Luzerne couuty, Pa., and lived
there until 18G2, when he enlisted in the
143rd Hegt. Penna. Vols, ns a private, and
remained In the army until the closo of the
war. Ho was twice promoted. In 1805 he
moved to Briarcrcek township whero ho
resided until he moved to Bloomsburg,
about four years ago. Ho taught school a
number of terms, farmed two years, was
engaged lu the stove and tin business at
Berwick two years, and 13 now superinten
dent ot G. M. & J. K. Lockard's store in
Bloomsburg. He was a candidato for
County Superintendent tlirco years ago.
His ago is 45 years.
All Hie above named candidates aro mar-
Frank hnorr, of this town, recently
showed uA seven Shnrplcss strawberries of
his own raising, that weighed 7 ounces
Tho plants were set out last fall. Tho her-
rles Were Immense in size nnd delicious In
on Juno 11th, 1884, by J. D. Hotline, Esq.,
Mr. J. E. Suydcr to Miss Maud E. Shan-
non, both of Mllllln township, Columbia
S11ADL1C At Fredericksburg, Ohio,
Juno Bth, 1381, Ncal McCoy, son of Wll
Ham nnd Clem Shndle, nnd grandson of
Col. Nenl and Hetllo SIcCoy, formerly of
Jcrseylnwn, Pa. Aged 2) years.
a ncui present given away with every
purchase mado at tho Popular Clothing
pumuui uuviu i.owenocrg.
Lllley & Sleppy want nil tho butter and
eggs you can bring half cash.
Gentlemen who want a spring suit put
lipid CITY STYLE should call at the
POPULAR MERCHANT TAILOH of
lHoomsbilrc, David Lowenbere who cm
ploys only EXPERIENCED WORKMEN.
Bethlehem, Pa., July 3, 188X
Mr. John II. Phelps, Dear Sir Please
send mo tlirco dozen Phelps' Rheumatic
Elixir soon ns possible. I hnvn sold nil I
had. Mr. I). .1. GoiNlmlU, nlilnr "Dally
Times," Bethlchi'iii, Is taking il. Unsays
1 could ten my customers it is tne "boss"
medicine for rheumatism.
E. T. Mbtxiia, Druggist.
For snto nt llcmlcrShotl's Pharmacy
Wlty TIIKT UAU.lltM "(11.11 MAN,"
"Yes. that's sadly so," said Jcnklin, "my
hair Is turning gray aud falling out before
Its tunc, use something l l would, mil
most hair restorers are dnnierons." "True,"
niiswcrcd his friend, "but Parker's Hnlr
Balsam is iiBlmrmlcrs as It Is effective. Pvu
tried It, nnd know. Give thu Balsam a
show nnd tho boys will soon stop calling
you "Old Mnn Jenkins." It never falls to
restore tho original color to gray or faded
hair. Klchly perfumed, nn elegant dress
A NAHAI. INJF.OTOll
Free with each bottle of Shlloh's Catarrh
Remedy. Price fiO cents. Sold by Mnycr
now aiiout Tin: doses.
Mnnv nennln before tiurr.lir.slni' n mcdl
duo naturally Inquire tho size oftho doso
nnd the strength ot il. in using Jiuruocx
Blood Bitters a tensnoonful for tho little
ones nnd two tcnspoonfuU for grown folks
nro nil that Is necessary at one time. Tills
magnificent medicine is not only cconotnl'
cul hut very pleasant to the taste.
what nn. jr. inoiiam savs.
Wherever Phelps' Rheumatic Elixir has
been tried here It has given satisfaction.
N. INOIIAM, M. I).
Blossburg, Pa., Jan. It, 1833.
For sale at Hcndcrshott's Pharmacy
BLOOMSBURG MARKET. -
Wheal per bushel., $ 1 J
Conl " " W
Oats " " . 40
Flour bcr barrel . "
Cloverseed , .' 8 00
Butter .....A i
Eggs , , - 18
Tiiiw : oo
Potatoes , 25
Dried Apples 00
Hams , 14
Sides and shoulders .' 10
Lard per pound ,
Hay per ton 18 00
Buckwheat flour per hundred It 00
Hides per lb B to 7
Vcnl Skins per lb 08
Sheep pelts, each "5
Wool per lb 0
Now goods at J, B. Skecr's.
"The apparel oft proclalm's the man."
A well dressed gentleman Is the admira
tion of nil, nnd tlio place to get your
SPRINO SUIT Is at tho POPULAR AND
RELIABLE STORE cf David Lowcubcrg.
"When found make n note of."
Tho place to go for your spring clothing,
a stylish hat, or n line neck scarf, or tho
latest stylo iu furnishing goods Is nt David
PHOSPHATES I PHOSPHATES 1 I
Thu iindcrsicned is selllne J. J. Allen's
phosphates as cheap as tho cheapest. Differ
ent grades nnd different prices. Cnll or
address, HARVEY E. HEACOCK,
liuuaoisT say t
"Wu can always sell Speer's Wlno's.
Pronounced by our customers to bo tho
best they ever used. Our physicians all
prescribe It. Has inoro sales than any wine
we ever handled." Speer's Wines can ho
had of druggists
A lasting nnd fragrant perfume. Pi loo 20
and 50 cents. Sold by Moyer Bros.
OAIIE.S OF LIFE.
As wo como to them they are received,
borne with, and passed over with no inoro
than a thought, if we nro in the enjoyment
of health, but.lt stifforlug with Piles or
skin disease of any kind they magnify a
hundred fold. C. A. Klelm, the Druggist,
has Dr. BosanUo's Pile Remedy which is an
absolute cure for any affection of the kind
nnd Is sold for GOcents. July ly-eow
FKKD- Western winter bran, spot, (J18.S0.
MACKi:itKr Kxtra mess JSC. largo l's, 88 ($ 30c.
extra slioro l's ss (4 S'lc.
t'UiUll. Western extra's 3.00 M 3.50: l'cnn'u.
family, 4.M)4.75 01ilo clear, 4.75 $ MO; winter
pale nt B.73 CM.
llYli rrluiolNiDnsylvanla 70 (4 730.
cony, fiiKi bushels In griUn depot alooc.
OATS. NO. 3 Whlto 3SWN0.2, 3'J.V
HAY AND HTHAW I'lmotliy-Ciiolcn Western
and New York, 117. fair to good Western and
New York, II. i 15. ; medium Western and New
York, 11. (4 13. j Cut hay ns to quality 1 1. (4 it.uo.
Ityo straw 10.50 g K.co Wheat straw, 9. 10. Oat
straw iu (& 11.
WOOL Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wcat Virginia,
Fleece Washed, XX and nbovc, 31 (4 30c J X 33 (4
3lo l common ail M use. Texas, Spring clip fine so
il, medium M (4 21 coarbo, Hi 14 17.
EUUS. Pennsylvania extra, lSw M luwehtcrn
17M (A is.
liirrrKit. Pennsylvania extra, 31 1 Western
extra 0 m 'il.
I.IVU I'ol'I.TItY.-Fowls, liens, 13 mixed
lots lsc. iWitera old 7 g sc i spring chickens as
to fJ.u anil quality SM 23v
lillKsSKU I'uULlKY. Turkeys extra 1617cto.
chickens extra 10W17; tprlng chickens us to
weight and quality S3a30.
1'OTATOHM. Uurly Koso per bushel, 43 t 50
Hill bank nud Hebron, S4 ux, New potatoes H5U
to 3 uu per barrel for fair and good, culls tioua
ONIONSi llcrmuda, per crato, J1.S3 a 1.10. Cab
bage, nuw, per bbl, !4M a 3 UU. Tomatoes, Flori
da, per crate, choice, ripe, J1.0U a 21 ; do, fair to
da, good, 75 n UOc. Squash, Charleston, per crate,
MU75C. cucumbers, Charleston, iter crate, flat 50.
neons, Charleston aud Savannah, round, tier
crate, ti a S 23; do, North Carolina, per li bbL
13 a s 50 ; do Norfolk, ficr x bbl, M 00 a 4 W.
OACSE AND KFF&Cr.
At times symptoms of Indigestion nro
present, uneasiness of tho stomach, ifca, u
moisture like perspiration, producing Itcli
inir at nieht, or when one is warm, causo
tho Piles. Tho effect is immedlato relief
upon the nppllcallon of Dr. IJasanko's Pile
Itemcdy, which costs you but CO cents nnd
Is sold by 0. A. Klelm. July lU-eow
AKK YOU JfADB
Miserable by Indigestion, constipation, diz
ziness, loss of appetite, yellow skin ? Shi
lob's Vitnllzer Is a positive cure. Sold by
a very largo lino ot straw lints now on
view, NOHHV, NEAT and NEW, just nr
rived at David Lowenberg's.
THAT IUCKINO COCUII
can be so quickly cured by Shlloh's Cure.
Wo guarantee It. For sale by Moyer
U. II. Ent of Uloomsburg, was born in
Llghtstrect nnd always lived there until
18S0 when hu inoyed to this town. Ho
followed farming and boating, nnd is now
book-keeper at Krtig's planing mill. Ho
was a candidate for Prothouotnry in 1878,
and in 1870 was elected Sherilf by the
Greenbackcrs and Independent Democrats.
His father, Peter Ent, represented this
county in tho Legislature, and his brother,
Gen. W. H. Ent, was Prothouotnry. His
ago is 40 years. He served in the war
and camo out a cuptiati.
Miciiakl F. Eykuia' was boru In Cnta-
wlssa township. He ha3 resided iu
Bloomsburg most of his life. He is ut
present acting us Deputy ShcrilT. During
his early manhood ho was n laborer. From
1840 to 1SGU was clerk lu the Prothono-
tary's office. From 1800 to 1883 waa en
gaged in a law ofllcc, part of tho time us
clerk to Robert F. Clnrk. and tho balance
as partner of Col. Freeze. His father was
Prothonotary for a number of years. Mr.
Eycrly was a candidato for tho nomination
for Register and Recorder 3 years ago.
His ago Is 00 years.
Gkohqk W. Stkisneb wus born In Mad
ison township, Columbia county, Pa., and
Is now 38 years of age. Ho moved to
Uloomsburg when about three years old,
where ho has lived ever since. When old
enough he engaged In carpenter work and
brick making until August 13th, 1802,
when hu enlisted nnd served until 1801.
Ho p.ttended tho Uloomsburg Normal
School, Dickinson Seminary at William.
sport and tho Btato Institute nt Ypsilantl,
Mich. Ho followed teaching In the town-
And liver complaint, you have n printed
guarantee on every uouie 01 siiuoirs vital
lzcr. Sold by Moyer Uros.
TUB HALF WA8 NEVElt TOLD
of the wonderful powers and virtues of that
nest 01 all medicines. Kidney-Wort. It has
been tried and proved. Its cures are num.
berless nnd the record of (supposed incu
rablo cases that have yielded to Its Influ
ence, is astounding, it you nave trouble
with your Kidneys, Liver or Howcls, If
you suiter from Constipation nnd Piles, if
you nro a victim of Rheumatism or Mala
ria, tako KIdnoy-Wort. You will And It
me remedy you need.
cnour-, wuooma oouau
and Bronchitis immediately relieved by
oimoirs wire, i-or saio by .uoyer uros.
Cures Rheumatism, Lum
baco, Lc.moBo.clT, Sprains and
Urviaca, Asihma, Catarih,
CoucLs. Colds, Soro Throat,
Diplithoria, Burns, Frost
Bites, Tooth. Ear, and Head'
ache, andallpains and aches.
Tlia lll Internal anj cxternll remedy in the
woiM. l.vctjr little C'-ararttccU. SoUty meiiicinc
dealm ctvryl,eie. ftircitiont in eight laniruat.
Trio 50 tents and ima.
TOSTCR, MILBUnt! & CO., Prop'rt,
iiuiT.iLo, :;. y., 11. s. a.
ESTATE OF JOIIS OWNS, 811., DECEASED.
tetters testamentary In tho estate of John
(lulnn, sr., lata ot Cataw Columbia county,
l'a., deceased, havo been granted by tho Register
of said county to tho undersigned executor. All
ucrsons havlm; claims oiralnst said estate are re
quested to pn'sent them for settlement, and those
Indebted to the ftamo to mako navuicnt to tho un-
dersliiied without delay.
Jun SJ-Ow Kxocutor.
Plumber and gasnttcr. Hear of Schuyler's hatd.
All kinds of rutin? for steam, iras and water
pipes constantly on hand.
Hdoung and spouting attended to at short no
tice. Tinware of every description made to order.
Orders left at Schuyler Co's., liardn-ate store
will bo promptly niled,
Hpeclnl attention given to heating by steam and
Tho undt-rslgned offers advantageous Induce
ments In tho purchase of tho following specialties
Tho DEKHINO HINDKHS,
Tho Perry Pprlng Tooth Harrow, tho best
In tno Market.
All kinds nnd grades of I'hosphato by tho M AHY
LAND VUUTILIZINU and Manf'g., Co.
ESPY Columbia Co., Pa.
May s-a mos.
OWN IIONDS FOR HALE.
IIUIEW A WAV 350.
"Troubled with asthma for eight years.
Wot quite two bottles of Thomas' Edcctrio
Oil cured me completely, after spending
over ij330 without the slightest benefit."
This is what August Trubner, of Tyrone,
HHILOII'S cur.E W1LI.
Immediately relievo croup,
cough und bronchitis. Sold
mado miserable by that terrible cough.
Shlloh's Curu Is tho remedy for you. For
sale by Moyer Uros.
A DUTY 1 OWE.
Willlamsport, Pa., Dec 21, 1832.
John H. Phelps, Scranton Pa., Dear
Sir I feel it my duty to Inform you how
much good you havo dono mo through
your Itheiimatlc Elixir. I have been n
very bad suuercr witn inuamnialory imcu
mutism for over two yenrs, half of the tlmo
not able to walK without crutclies or canes.
I havo used three bottles of your Itheiima
tlc Elixir. I pronounco myself entirely
cured of rheumatism when all other reme
dies mid treatment failed to glyo relief.
And I nm in better health now than I have
been for years. I hope your circulars with
their wonderful testimonials, will reach
overy suflercr with that terrible disease,
rheumatism, and may encourage them to
give mo idieumatic hllr a tliorongli trial.
lly virtue of a writ of Vend. Ex. Lviiied
out of tho Court ot Common Pleas ot Columbia
county and to mo dlrectod, will bo oxposed to pub
lic sale at tho court House lu llloomburg, on
Saturday, July 5th, 16S4,
at a o'clock p. m. All tint certain lot or piece of
land situate in Miniln township, Columbia coun
ty, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as fol
lows, to-wlt : On tho north by Aarou Andrews, ou
tho south by lands ot Samuel Snyder, on tho east
by lands ot Nathan Creasy, and on the west by
lauds ot Stephen Oearhart. Containing Seven
Aeresinore or less, without buildings.
Seized, and taken Into execution at tho suit of
John lltndoillter nudS.iruh A. Illnderlltcr, his
wltoln right of said wife, vs. Stephen Wolf, nnd
to bo sold as tho property of tho said Stephen
The Town of Illoomsbunr offers tamo of iis ncr
cent bonds for salf. Interest payable semi annual
ly. Any further Information can be obtained at
tho Secretary's ofllcc.
A. 1. F1HTK, HOOT.
mo undersigned, Treasurer of tho town of
Uloomsburg, hereby gives notleo that ho Is pre
lurcd to receive, the town taxes of said town, as
certained for theycar lttil, on aud after Thursday,
.liino u,ltui, athlsortlcoln Mile's building, cor
ner of Second and centre streets. In said Town;
auu an ins-payers are nereuy irquirou to pay llio
hame. Any tax unpaid at tho expiration ot thirty
days from the bald istu day of June, shall bo paid
with, live per centum upon tho amount added
i'ltANK 1". 11II.L.MKYKIL
KSTATEOFJOSEl'll WKAVCU, UECKISSD, LATK OF
The undeiIgncd auditor appointed by tho Or
plHiis' Court ot Columbia county, to dlstilbutu
funds In tlio hands of Kxecutor In the estato of
Joseph Weaver, lato ot Uloomsburg, deceased,
will bit at his oillco in lilooiusburg, on Saturday,
July, 3th test at 10 o'clock, a. in., when and whero
till parties Interested In said estate must appear
a nd presont their claims or bo debarred from any
share ot said fund,
PAUL U. WIltT,
Juno ia Auditor.
WEEKLY SUM I
most ofiieiont agent in the great work of Government lie-Ibrm.
ships of Urlnrcreek, Hemlock, Catawtssa 1 can recommend thu Kheiimattc Elixir Should be read ill every School District of the Union
and Uloomsburg cloven terms. Was elect
ed assessor and member of the Town
Council of tho town of Uloomsburg, and Is
tho present Register nnd P,ecorder of the
county, '.having been elected in the full of
Llnvllle, s. s.
West, 3 li.
Sherwood, T. r,
Barley, 1. f.
Sherwood, U. 1. b,
Thomas, U. b.
Doty, c. f.
Daniels, r, f.
Lclb, s. s.
Helfsnydcr, 1. b
J. Freeze, c. f.
A. McCoy, p.
Edgar, 3. b.
8. Freeze, 2. b.
B. McCoy, r. t.
Scons nv Inninos,
12 3 4 5 0 7 8 0
0 0 0 4 2 10 0 2-0
Daniels changed Hummer ou seventh
Ounio was decided a draw ou account ot
Hummer giving out, and Daniels being
hit on tho mask twice which cut his fnco
badly by Ub breaking.
Danville had 3 errors, Cilckcts, 0.
Hctli parties wero very well satlslled with
Prot. 15. E, Wolf's umpiring,
A, U. Citoop of Urlarcrcck township,
was born In Newport township, Luzerno
Co. Has Hred In Urlurcreek for many
years ; following the accupatlon of u
farmer, Hu has never been n candidato
for county ofllcc. lias held different town
ship ofllccs. Ills ngo is 40 years.
Petuii A. Evans of Montour township
was born on tho farm where ho now lives,
and has always resided there. IIo is a
farmer nnd has novcr followed nny other
business. IIo received n good common
school education. Was novcr a candidato
for n county ofllcc before, but wns appoint
ee Mercantile Appraiser lu 1878; ho was nu
ofllcer of tho Agricultural Society for flvo
years, aud was lett oil tlio ticket this year
at his own request. Ho Is 33 years old.
U. F. Eduaii was horn In Flshlngcrcek
township, and )uis always lived there ex
cept nino years, two of which ho llycd In
Jackson, two years lu Greenwood, and flvo
years lu Oraugo. IIo Is a carpenter by
trado, but has followed farming. Ho has
held different township ofllccs, ami in 1831
was elected County Commissioner, which
ofllce ho now holds. HU ago Is 47 years.
W. S. Fisuuit was horn In Mulu town
ship, and has always resided there except
two yea,rs, when h llycd in Ilcmloqk, He
Is a farmer and has ulwavs been engaged
in that business, IIo taught school seven
terms, Three years ugo hu was a candl
date for Humiliation for County Commls.
uloner. Ho Is forty-seveu years ot age,
William O. Ghiton of lilooiusburg wns
born in Madison township, Has lived In
Hemlock, Hloom aud Scott townships, He
with areat conlldence.
I nm respectfully yours,
J. 11. AiiNoi.ii.
For sale at llcndershotl's Pharmacy.
Is what you need for Constipation, loss of
Appetite, Dizziness and all symptoms of
dyspepsia. 1'rlce iu and 70 cents per Dot-
For real live missionary work among thu people, here is your op-
Will bo sent to utiy mlilress for live months, ainbraoing the cntiro tieriod of tlio
Presidential Cnmpaign, for FORTY" CENTS.
Or, tho Daily and Sunday issues for tlio satno time for $3.00.
b or salo by Moyer Bros.
Kir Pint of tho Finest Ink for families
or schools can bo mado from a 10c. pack
age of Diamond Dyes. Try them. All
druggists keep them. Wells, Klchtirdson
& Co,, Hurlington, Vt. Sample Card, 32
colors, and book ot directions for 2c,
blllLOIl'S UATAIilill 1IEMKUY,
A positive euro for catarrh, diphtheria and
cniiKcr motilli. bold uy .Moyer isros.
For lame back, side or chest use Shlloh's
Porous Plaster, Price 25 cents. For sale
by Moyer liros,
10(i, 108 and 170 Nassau St., Now Yoik City.
C B. BDBBMS.
HOME DOUIIT THE UIII1.E
And the motives of its authors, but none
who have used them doubt tho clllcncy of
iiuruncit iiioou timers, tins splendid
uiood tonic is without n peer.
pvu n woman in another column, near I
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which opcer s i on urapo wine is made,
that Is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho uso of Invalids, weukly
parsons nun mo aged.
ohl by O. A. Ivlcim, llluomiburg.
Hpnt '.! v
WHY WILL YOU
Cdugh whm Shlloh's Curu will clvo you
Immedlato relief. Price 10 cents, CO cents
ami 91. ooiii tiy juoyer iiros,
WANT OF VA1TI1.
If C. A. Klelm, tlio Druggist, docs not
Biiccccd it Is nut for thu want of faith. lie
has such faith lu Dr. Hosunko'u Cough and
tiling syrup as a reiueiiy luruougus, coins,
uousuiupiion. auu Mini: Aiiccttons. mat
gives a bottle free to each and every one w
Is lu need of u medicine of this kind.
THE IIEV. (IEOIKIB II. T1IAYEI1,
ot Bourbon, Ind., says i "Both myself and
wife owe our lives to Shlloh's Consumption
Cure." Sold by Moyer Uros.
Foreign and BomosMc
WINES AND LIQUOllS,
AND JOBBER IN CIGARS,
ItelUwi'd and cured by Dr. J. A. KlIKUMAN'H method, without operation or Hie Injury trusson Inlllet
orlilndraiiee from labor, and with Hocurliy from ant raimulatlon of widen, aeoorttlni; ui slatt-dlcs, oer
IMUHIG died (llll'lliir I ho imt veur. N'n nm U tuirtt vvhn linn il runturfi anil i!fnmuU iiwm il tni-u tmlli am
a pliyslclal and mental tax ; bilnou kidney, bladder anduiUer urifaulo ill-ascs, which otfeet Keiieral
m-uuii mum im.ui hku ur muur, iiw-nu-fl uik-cuii iiiaiiuuuu win (u:i tumult an incentives io social pleas
ure, PutlciiiUi from abroad eaureeilo treatment nnd leuMWor home namo day.
Uruphlo likenesses of bail cases tx toru and utlwr cure, and eiidorxeuieiits by physicians luerehaiiu and
Hook, with nholo-
others who have been cured, mulled for uietn. ITIuutpaloilleeiiM llroadway, N. Y, s uys of consulta.
lion-Mondays, Tuesdays aua futurd.iys. liraiieli oniee Wuluul ttivt, I'lilUdclphlu I WedaiMduys.
i iiuiunaj a uuu trmaj s. suyuo-iw u