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BLOOMSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1886.
THE COLUMBIAN, VOL. AX.NO 1
COLUMBIA DBMOOKAT, VOL.XtlX, KO 44
i tiy power, giving us tho best wei.mes. ra-
(mutes furnished on la mo Jobs,
dollar a ) ear for each line.
r B. WALTiUH,
O.Tico over 1st. National Hank.
TsJ U. PUNIC,
' Uloomsburo, I'A.
() nee In Sat's tlulldlnj. J
.IU3TI0K OF THE I'EAOE.
) noe over Jloycr Dros. Drpj Store.
Ofllce In urower's bulldlDMetond floor.room No. 1
r FRANK 7. KS
,sd Main streets. Clark J
oraco corner of Centre
Can bo consulted ll
'n EO. K. ELWEll,
Ollloo on First Ho
jr, front J room of Coi,-
Ullldj I'll r U3. i.u'jtp
UMniAS HulUllnji, Mp Mx .bcIow hx
DAUL E. WIRT
Lisa, Itoora No. J, second
Oiace In Columbian Bi
I. S. W1NTSK8TKIN.
ding, second floor.
llll7S IU I., i.aviv..-. 't-- ,i
Main ana aiarifi
streets uioomsourK, '
T II. MAIZE,
JlHco In Maize's buHdjjgove
JOHN C. YOCUM
C. 11 OEV3U.
YOCUM & GIVER,
(omce front suit bf rood
on second lloor ot
attemlon8 To ollect J of tlaUna in any
Tmrt or the I nlteil Males or anaila, as ell as to
.all other prott
A K. OSWALD,
'A. 11. . . ,
ATTOKNK Y-T-Ii A V .
Jackson Building, Ijpms 4 and 5.
y. II. RIIAN.
ATTOK IE1 -.T-li A V .
. CatawUsa, Pa.
OUce.cornerot Thttl and ito streets.
B L 010 Ml B U t Q , PA.
Offlc.e In Browls' Bulllnjr, 2nd llonr.
Csn bo Uonsultojin Ocrnnn.
At 6 ni;iroLAB3
FIRE ANLIFEINSU VAbG
ew301co first dff below the post olllcc.
u MoKELrt, M. P.,8urgeon and Pliy
i, 'an.nortttlsMaln street,below Markol
il- - - --
r VRITS A tlnrnpv.nl. I.RW. OfllCB
. til CT LOMM UUllQlLB.
M. DR1.MSB, OUN & LOCKSMITH
tiii'as Maoblm Ptl JIaoaiDoryotall ilnds r
pilreo. Okka lljW UuUa B. UloonibbuJB, ra.
R. J. C. RIVER,
I cv, North Market stre
rvit VM. M1KI1EH. Surceon und
Umyalclan. Ue corner of Uockaud Market
-r it. V.VKl. M. D.. Buraeon and
t) , Physician, Ifto aLd Itesidenco on Third
HOMl', Ot K,
MKKUIIANTOI' NEWARK, N. J.
t' LINTON, r.
"Iheae- nui ii iations arewclUeabonedby
mte and whk tb and have never jet W a
lOBaMtUjlbyw mrtof law. j heir asfccw are
All InwflhMl in to: BSCEWTiiiS aro liable to tho
LosBca rimuft and iionbstlv adjusted and
Saia as bk wiermiuru uj Y. ..V.?.V.V
wirr, BrKCiit.4TANU AWfarmi ulooxbuuko,
l'a. . P:
TUo people or. 1
Cmbla county should patron
1 inaif aur uro Bettlea and
paid by une ot Ui
5.IVUJT1, rAin iJc.Ai.nM.
F. HAM AN
ra tub rouowiKO
York, of I'auns:
Hanover, of N.r
tjueens, ot Iufloi
jOmco ou Marint'
set, Ho, e, lllootnsbiirif.
OCt. 94, I'lfj
J-O EUROPEAN PLAN.
ltooms un'fe hy tieam, well ventilated and
elegantly lu. Finest liar and Lunch coun-
Meals to onM Bt hours. Ladles and flents
estautnnt lulbd with all delicacies of the
j. ii nun. fmi
ttwation ngat j. v. It. It rvotj Bcranton,
W. R.iTUBS, PROPRIETOR
I argvcuijd cjtent lample rooms. Uatli rooms
tiit. niulmlAi. . . i ..h..ii, i.n.iiinliMiii
OUK "LARGE BT00K."
OUR "COMPLETE ASSORTMENT."
OUR "NEW STYLES."
OUR "SUPERIOR MAKE."
OUR "LOW PRICES."
Clothiog for Men, Youths, Eoys and
G02-C0-1-G0G CHESTNUT ST.
filled illrcct by
In); tlio Can,
of tin j Lamp.
Tills H lh..
F AMILV CAN
ever offered to
FAMILY OIL CAN.
EVERY FAMILY SHOULD HAVE ONE,
1 MANIIf AOTUBID CV
No llrnpplii!;nil on ihiM'Innrnr Table; Ko
Jumit to ,cnk orpi-t knocked open to wnsto
Contenti-fircmive i:plosiniis. So Corks to
Ijose. Clnxes Terfecily .MrTlnIit. No Leak
age Nn KviiporiiiliiM A I Miluiuiv Snto.
lll S. .. . ItT.
l'OIl SALE IN IILOOMSI1UHO BY
I. W. HAHTAIAN it SON
FARMERS' PRODUCE EXCHANGE.
when applied Into the
nostrils, will bo ab
cleauMnK the head of
catorrlial virus, caus
ing hcalt hy secretions.
1 1 ullai b Inflammation,
protects tho mem-;
brane of tho nasal pas
sacea Irom additional
colds, completely heals
me bores ana resiures
hens.1 of taslo and
nt a I1111I1I nr Snuff
Apply a particio oiUAV.rrVFD
the llalm Into eachS! "liBJfB.ff
nostril. A few applications rellec. A thorough
treatment win cure. Agreeable to use. send for
circular. Price 5 cents, by mall or at druggists.
KLY1JKOT111SUS, druggists, Owego, N. Y.
dec 11. 4t.
tyAINWRIGHT & CO.,
rKAS.SYUUPS COFFEE, SOOAK, MOLUStb
HICB, SPICKS, D1C ARB SODA. AC, 0.
N. E. Corner Second and Arch streets.
tir-Otders will receive wrapt attcnt'oi
COURSEN, CLEMONS & CO.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
Ciockerr. Olnsswnre, Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Window (ilass, and Plajed-ware,
The r.n candle-power marMi elrclrle lamp.
'1 he celebrated 1'lnaioro liurner.
lllrd CaBe8, Krult Jars.
4W Lackawanna Avenue. SCHANTON, l'a.
A. It i. Ii Hr JL I
Our I eadera for IS eentH In postage btnmps to
pay tor mailing and wrapping ami nan esot
two book agems will receive FHKU a Meel
Finish l'anor KngruMng of all our I'llLSI.
DL.S'Tf, licludlug Cle eland, bUo wxsslnch,
worth tl-ou. t
Add) ess Eider F ub. Go.Mcago, III.
A MONTH AND HOARD TO AOKN'VS for
a NKW and compleW
The world's gieatest soldier, and the nation's most
honored cltuen. low price. Kapld sales. V, .
Zt K11I.KU ti CO., tl5 Al eh street, Philadelphia.
m.n t rtira T An sat Difin merely to itopthem (or
Ii nd Ibta them rtrn I "'' r't'1
IM1 HCliN- ft llfo-lougindy. I wrTni inrrvoit ly W
llil Ihfl wont CM. JlM-M Ctlll LBTt fuJ U an
iroioii lor n-1 tow taretrlnj cure. ttiu4 at obc far
lrulkMftii4 W ItolHttftt M InUlIlU tetnly. (It
I xi mm iiLrwai UOiie. It roitt fu noihtof fi-ri lrt(
u4 1 will mr jou- UU- U. U. UOOT, 13 fe.rl Dt, N.Y.
I HIMM Send 10oontsposage ondwewlUmoU
fi liirT you .fret a roynl. valuable, sample box
U lilt i of Kooda that will put joulntho way
ii of mttiiUg 1llure money at once, tliaa
anitliliiif ele in America, liotli uexraol nU atrea
can U o ut homo and w orK In pare time, or all the
iin.f. I'unuiii nnL renmrfu. u uiBtun juu,
limnense pay buro lor thoso who btart at orce.
liAl1 JJlirSS ct'ltK, by one who
I Fwas aeat twciuy-eigui ji-ais, ih-uii.-u
JLv i,v mfiii nf tun noLed sneelallsts of the day
with no peneni. uumi uffii.-u muii muinua,
and since then hundreds ot others by aamopro.
, ..ii.i LiimiiA .ml Kni'i-KHful houiu treat.
mem. Aaureaa i. r.iu.,i
New York City. dec-ll-4t-d.
"JVffil PHILADELPHIA SINGER
IncliuMntf Tucker, unnitr,
-, , U I ll 1 lll'IlllllVO.UIKi IttlMI'
rwrlf r,UMl iiKiml mil til iiMm-1u
Inif fsfrnaiia ii TOri.
F fNit fr ii.fii' Iv'" l" " '
i r.i!i..l Vtittn itit ft ta mtiicM
in.,, .InrubU . nnrl 1 1 a tl I.
siln thiroi Iron 140 ta I30
ll....l.n.. hiim iiy ill -tl Vt N'ltl. Sflllt luf
ctrriilar nnl I C. A, WOOD 4 CO, .
twilumiilnU J 1 X N. Tcmh l'hll-4'.
a MILE xffllSji
H lllHIUUUrHl HUM
M pierc'iuiur itiirin
Iw bf aril fruiu mm lyfWftS8BSl ''I
mmi fnr QS onnia In
ttftni. Order now
' Klltl IKjf i-ijihimhu" Ul
Cdii. KCHllllll. ill. Aii.lrMJ
sopr i-i at.-eow.
OTEI AWAY !
Ton thousand bnhlcs nro given
yearly to tho grave by not having
Dr. Hand's Toothing Ijotion on
their gnnis when teething.
SOMETHING NEW !
SOMETHING WONDERFUL !
SOMETHING MAGICAL !
To bathe the baby's gums while
teething, relieving all inflamma
tion, swelling and pain.
A good many night's rest by
for it gives baby comfort and
sleep without stupefying or in
juring it. ISTo opiates. jSto con
stipation. Sold at Klcim's drug store,
general agent for Dr. Hand's
remedies for children. Labora
tory at Scranton, Pa.
REA8 HROWN'S INSURANCE
AflKNCY. Moyer's now building. -Main street.
Alinn Insuranco Co.. ot Hartford. Conn jr.irrn.)
Koyal ot Liverpool l.1,5no,ooo
Fire Association, Philadelphia 4,liiTio
Phainlx, of London., r.,..'iJi,:)70
London it Lancashire, of England l,too,9TO
Ilarlfonlot Hartford 3,27.1,0m)
Sprlnglleld Flro and .Marine 3,0t,580
As tho agencies are direct, policies arc written
for tho Insured without delay In the omce at
mootnsourg. Oct. 58, '81-
ry H. house,
Bl.UOMSllUUO, UOI.UMUIA CoUNTf,
A'lstylesof work done In a superior manner, work
warranted as rooresented. Tbitii Kxtr.ot
su without Pain by the use of Oas, and
frcoot charge when artificial teeth
Ofllco over Klcim's Drug Store.
'Jo be open at all hourt during the rfaj.
Niiv is -ly
M. C. SUM & BRO.,
M inutacturers ot
CARRIAGES BUGGIES, PHAETONS.
SLEIGHS, PLATFORM WAGONS, &C.
First-class work always on hand.
i? EPA I RING NEA IL Y D ONE.
Prices reduced to suit the timet.
Alexander Bros. & Co.,
Offer to tho Trndo tnelr Fine Brand of Cigars.
Samson, n d
Fino Fruits and Fine Confectionery
on hand, if resh every week. Uloome-
burg, Pa. I eb. 27
Every Ounce of Adulteration
NEW PROCESS SOAP.
THE WONDERFUL 3-L3 BAB.
MADE ONLY BY
Gowans & Stover
Uuffalo. N. Y.
For nalo by all first-class prccerc,
BL00MSBORG PLANINCt MILL
The undersigned haying put his Planing Ml
on ltanroaa street, in nrst-ciass rendition, is pre
pared to do all kinds of work In his line.
FRAMES, SASH, DOORS,
furnlsnea at reasonable prices All Inmivr wi
Is well seasoned and none but skilled ivorkm"u
ESTIMATES FOE BUILDINGS
furnished on application. Plans and speclrlcu
ions prepared by an experienced draught smau
AVho always civea you tho latest
styles, and cuts your clothing to fit
you. Having had the exporienco lor a
numuor oi years in tnu Tailoring mini
ness, hai learned what material will
givo hia oimtonicrs tho best satisfaction
for wear and stylo and will try to
pleaso all who givo him a call. Also
Gents' Furnishing Goods
OF ALL DESCIillTIONS.
HATS, CAP AND UMBRELLAS
Always of tho latest stylos. Cull ami ex.
amino his stock bctoru purchasing else,
tos iQi door io First Haiional Bank
Comer Main & Market Sts.
Lots of People Say,
Hero is Solid
A 1 TESTIMONY
Hard Working Men.
IMnrlilnlst and Hulliler.
"I Imte been troubled yean with kidney and
bladder dlflknlty. After nlng four bottles of
HosT'atKldncyand Liter ItEMEurlliarebcen
completely cured." Wllllan. C. Clark, Mason and
Builder, Anbnm.H.Y. .
"Hcallh Is better than wcallh." c
Mr. fiforRO Karu. Jfachlnlst, 1133 Itluge Ave.,
riilladelnhla, l'a., nays ."My rtlcno started when
1 wasqultoayounK lad by liailnR weak kidneys.
1 ham used Jiutslxbnltlesof Hunt's Kidney nd
like a new man.'"
"Oood counsel has no price, obey It."
Mr. Henry Williams, Mechanic, East Bridge,
port. Conn., soys: "About two months ago I
canghta heavy cold, which settled In ray kidneys.
I got a bottle of Hunt's Kidney and Liver
ItEMEnr and wllh tho flrst dose began to get well."
"Light snppcrsniakcs long lives."
Frank B. Leo, offlco N. V. C. & II. It. It. Little
Falls, N.Y., June H, 1&S3, says: "Mr father, 03
yoars old, had severo kidney and bladder disease
for 20 years, urination causing acute pain. The
weakness was so great he was obliged to wear a
rubber bug. Twelio bottles of Hunt's Kidney
ItEMunT completely cared him, and we consider It
remarkable. Wo cheerfully recommend It."
"Deeds aro better than words."
Hunt's Kidney and Liver ItEMEnr has stood
thotestof tlmo. lthasbcen beforotho public for
twenty years, and has cured every year thousands
of people suffering from various diseases of the
Kidneys ond Liver, and kindred disorders, who had
failed to get relief from doctors and who expected
never to bo cured. Thousands of testimonials
from such persons attest Its value. Send for book.
"Alls well that ends well."
Soldbyalldragglsts. Price SI. S3. 0
HUNT'S UEMEDY CO., Trovldence, n. I.
N. CIllTTLSTOS, General Agent, N. Y.
OF PORE COD LIVER OIL
Almost as Palatable as Milk.
Tho only preparation of COD I.ITF.ll OIL that
can bo taken readily and tolerated for a lung time
by delicate stomach.
ami as HKiirnr fok rnxsntpnov,
M IIOH.lllls .IHH IIDW A IKMIA. IKV
uui, lit in u i y
(III (ills AM) '1IIKHAT Al'.
ami all ASII.MI lUsOltlll.lls tig
I llll.lllll.N It Is nurtfllool In In n-olU.
lrcscnl)cd and endoracil by the bee: Physicians
In tho countries of tho world.
for sale by all druggists.
the popular favorite for drcs
inci t lie h.iirt Restoring the color
when gr.iy,and jireventing Uan
drutl. It cle.inses thu ncilp,
&iod4 ttis hair fallinc. and u
sure ta please, so:, and $i. izc ot Drucgiats.
Tho Best Cough. Care you can uso
and the lcst known prc entire cf Consumjitlon.
Pakkhi's Tonic kept In a home is a sentinel to
keep sicknesi out. Used discreetly it keeps the
Mood inire and the Stomach, I.ier and Kidnej
in working order. Coughs and Colds vanish, be
fore it. It build t up the health.
If ou suffer from Debility Skin Kruptions,
Cough, Asthma, Iyspepsiati Kidney, Urinary cr
Female Compbints, or any disorder of the Lunw,
Sto.n it.li, lioweU, IUood or Nerve, don't w it
lilljou are nek in bed, but ie I'akkhr's Tomc
to-day ; it will ric you new life and ur.
mscox & co., n.y;
Sold by PrussUt- Lar ;e sa in buyinj i sin:.
C ininiimniTi nnnMaMHO.
Burdock Blood Bitters
Purify the Blood.
Burdock Blood bitters
Sound. Refreshing Sleep.
Burdock Blood Bitters
Thai Tired. Weary Feeling.
GnKTs: I have u;en subject to Sit;:
Ilcidacho for years, anil Invo tricil. la
vain, many advertised rumedieJ anil sev
eral physicians, butall to no purpu-c. At
last I tried vour II. 11. Hitters without
much faun. I admit but today 1 cm
truly say, that after lakino; the third botll i,
I havonotsiillcrcd from it. 1 recommend
it to nil my fiiemU: several liavu bce.i
cuied by it. My lilllojjraudsou wan per.
mancntly cured of Ililiousticsi and Sick
Headache, which wimo hi tevtro iu to
cause couvulsioni. Tliey h:iv nil cosed
siucc bo commenced lh') ui c-. I..U.1J.
illtS. 11. C. llOUI.E.
Oraugc, Lueiiio Couuty, l'a.
VTiat is tho two of tuCcrinj wltU raczaclio,
i u I jd Eirlfl or II! Lclit iefl. Rheuir a'. Iki.
Kld:.ey tUcc , Crick, EUt-'hcs, Lwccnaaci J
tiled HujLlcfl, Cheat rvud Luiic trcuUee,cr n-..y t J
ortof pahior ccrcreii, eltUr lecal ovdecp.Je
letted v.hcuftl-oy rlMttr Vf.:icvo lurUr.t
relief P rparraftoaiturgiir.uy-itch, Cana-
da EiJ i, and t o vsl' i i; -lrtucd cf
CSlXoxu. -o tt i;rc c i own picr ever
Bfiknowa. a$ ,-andatarf t, t tyailccalcri,
tua..cd ca rcrx ?tof pr.ee, CCo., B forCl CO.
ORNAMENTAL IRON FENCES
OF CAST GU WHOUQHT IltON.
The follow Ing shows the l'lcket (lothle, one ot
the several beautiful stylesof t-'ence manufactured
oy luo umn-isitfui-u.
For lieaut v uuil Durability they are unsurnasa
ed. Bet up byexperleneeil bauds and warranted
io give satisfaction.
l'ricu'ii ami sjicoimeua of other tic-
eij;ns Bent to uny address.
& m, mmm
S L from
For sale A chcAp anil good horse, only
$35. A. H.Corcll, Printer, Illoomsburg, l'a.
Notice. Tho report that my property 1
In my brothers hands Is untrue. There nro
no judgments entered against mc in Hie
Court House. C.J. Atlt.
Fon Saus, leasu or exchange nn cstab.
ltshcd manufacturing business with a com.
fiirtablo homo near by. Two railroads.
Tcrmscasy. Address, Btkam 1'onki:.
Bloomshurg, P. 0.
Jan. 1, 4t cow.
Mr. and Mrs. Unangst of New York city
arc visiting friends here.
Charles Ucrtsch ot Mauch Chunk is
visiting ids brother 0. W. llcrtsch.
H. V. Buckingham is homo spending
his Christmas vacation with his friends.
John Kclchner Is (now) out again from
a recent nttack of thu meas!c3.
Leo ii I Mclllck, of Philadelphia, is spend.
ing some time at home with Ins aged par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. (J. A. Prentiss of Mt. Car-
mel visited Mrs Prentiss' father, Henry
ICIclm, during the holidays
Editor Wliito of the Mt. Carmel iScirs.and
Newt, llollch took in tho lecture of Henry
Ward licccher Tuesday evening.
0. G. Murphy, Esq., ami Dr. J. M. Gwln.
r.cr of Ccntralia, gave lis a pleasant call
E. W. Drinker and wife of New York
city and Richard Driuker of Flotida
spent Christmas week witli their parents
in this place.
A working suit for one dollar at Lowtn-
Mrs. Catharine Paxton celebrnlcd her
uiucty-nlnth Christmas nn Friday last,
Her mind continues clenr, her eyesight
good, nnd she spends most of her time in
reading nnd splnlng.
Post No. 250 G. A. II., will have a pub
lic Installation of ofllcers and free bean
soup nt their hall, Hawllng's building on
New Year's night nt 8 o'clock. No chil
dren will be admitted, except tho children
of members accompanied by their parents.
Have you seen the suit for ouo dollar at
On last Thursday, Dec. 24, Henry Hum
mel, a young man in Fishlngercek town
ship accidently shot himself through the
palm of his left hand. The palm of the
hand was badly lacerated und his clothes
set on lire. Wo fear that tho young man
will loose the use of that hand.
Tho Bloomshurg School Furnishing Com
pany have awatdca the contract for their
building for the manufacture of school nud
church furniture. The building will be in
the shape of an L. The one wing is to bo
SO by 10.1 feet nnd the other GO by 120 feet.
It will be erected near the railroad, on
property formerly belonging to M. C. Sloan.
Thu building covers nearly three quarters
of an acto of ground.
Must be seen at once, suit for a dollar at
Work is still continued at rescuing the
imprisoned miners at JNanticokc. It is
supposed that at least 30 days will have
elupsed beforo they can be reached. It is
probable that all arc dead ere this. It will
bo a satisfaction however to know the con.
dltlon in which they will bo found. The
company havo provided for tho families of
thu unfortunate and expect to continue the
work until they arc rescued.
In order to give somo of our boys tho
benefit of the holidays and to 1111 tho press,
ing orders for job printing we havo issued
a half sheet for this week. Wo will more
Hum make it up in supplements wo expect
to issue during the coming year. Now
that we nro nearly up with our orders and
mc besinning a new year wo ask all
to call and examine our prices and quality
of work beforo ieaviug orders for job
A working suit for ouo dollar at Lowen
List of icticrs remaining in tho Post Of
llce nt Bloomshurg for week ending Dec.
Peter Currier, Miss S. Jnuc Dodder, Mrs,
Alba E. Evans, Miss Sarah Kelly, Miss
Callle Ncyhard, Phoebe A. Neyhart, N. P.
'earson, Mrs. IUehel Powell, Miss Sub-
annnh M, Shultz, Emauuel Summers, F.
French, Mr. J, P. Warden, Mr. II. Q. Wat
ters, Mr. Harry Wilson.
Mrs. Mary Benntt, Mrs. Anon Graham.
Persons calling for above pleuso say
Gkoiiue A, Ci.akk-, P. M.
Tlio lccturo of Henry Ward Beccher ok
Tuesday evening was well attended. Al
most every feat in tuo Opera House was
reserved before tho doors opened. After
tho opening of thu doors there was a gen
eral rush, so that tho house was entirely
filled when tho lecturer made his appear-
uucc. Mrs. Emma Herring rendered
'Sheiidan's Itide," iu a veiy creditable
manner at tho opening of tlio cvjnlng's
eutcrtalnment. Mr. Beccher then followed
with tho subject, "Conscience," and held
tho attention of the largo audience lor an
hour and a half.
Havo you seen thu suit for ono dollar at
Tho Strohl family will givo ono nf their
concerts in tho Opera House, Bloomsburg,
on Monday evening next January 4th, 1880,
Tills family nppeareil In our pluco a few
years ago and guvo an excellent concert
Thu troop consists of fathe;-, mother nnd
eight children. Since visiting our place
they havo given concerts in all (ho largo
cities und met wllh much success. Many
additions havo been made to their pro.
gramme, among which is W. E. Strohl and
wife who eucli play two horns at tho same
tlmo, making n complete quartette. Lov
ers of music can not full to be pleased. Go
nnd hear them.
An election lor directors of tho Cutu.
wissn Deposit Back to servo during the
ensulug year will be held by thu stock
holders thereof at their banking olllcu In
Cutawlssn, Pa., on Tuesday, Jan, 12, i860,
between the hours of 10 A, M. and 2 P. M
0, M- Tuslln, Cashier. !i w
I was troubled with chronic catarrh nnd
gathering in head, was ilt nf at times, had
discharges from euis, nimble to breathe
through nose. Beforo thu second bottlo of
Ely's Cream Balm was exhausted 1 was
cured. 0. J. Corbln. Chestnut street
i rniiaiicipnia. ucc u-iw
Last Thursday as Mr. and Mrs, Charles
Ash were returning from Illoomsburg they
Btoppcd at Urftnjrovlllc and purchased a
largo dark, woolen, double slia.vl of, A lor.
Steward. The shawl was wrapped up in
paper on which Steward's uamu was print
ed. They lost said shawl somewhere be
tween Orangcvlllo nnd Pcalcrtown. Tho
Under will ha suitably rewarded by leav
ing it at Steward's or ttlllwatcr.
Wo stated that Dr. Davidson set tho
bono when Harmon 8tlno broko his leg.
We wero wrongly informed. It was Dr.
Patterson of Denton who set it.
Tho Christinas treo nt tit. James was
quite a success. A great deal of merriment
wrs manifest when tho presents were dis
tributed. A largo number of oxwhlps
were on tho tree, nnd your corrcspondant
was ono of the fortunate ones, llut wc
nover wero n good nxdrlvcr.
Must bo seen at once,
suit for a dollar at
Kev Smysor P. E. of tho Danvillo district
preached the communion sermon on Sun
day last in the M. E. Church.
The Christmas cntertnluincnt
a success, hut llko many other
not plenso every one.
Our band undertook to do a llttlo sere
nading on Christmas, by which they were
rewarded In the sum of live dollars.
J. W. Oman Cadet, from Annapolis
Military school spent Christmas at homo
with his parents returning Saturday.
Among tun numerous visitors lately.
Wo noticed Wesley ICIino and wife of
Sayre Bradford County. John Trumpore
and wife of Allcntowu. Jno. C. Lemons
and wife nf Uohrsburg Miss Tewksberry
of Catawissa. Mr. and Mrs. Joo Wardin
Samuel Wharton of Green Castle Is stop,
ping with his father-in-law John Wardin.
From reports there wero but few turkeys
devoured hero on Christmas.
Kev. Buck nnd Byer wero each tho re
cipients of a line turkey on Christmas eve.
Scott's Emulsion of Fore
Cod I.lver Oil witlillypoplioHlililtcR
Is Excellent in Lung Troubles.
Dr. Enoch I'alloway, LaGrangc, Ga., says
I havo used Scott's Einulsior. with won
iicnui success in all luting troubles, a so
And it has no equal in Summer Diarrhoea of
The convention cnllcd by thecounty com
m isslonsrs for Tthe purpose of discussing
the matter of the burial of Indigent solders
at the expense of Ihc county under tho'law
of 1885, met at tho Court House in Blooms
burg ou Saturday, Dec. 20lh. The meet.
lug was railed to order nt half past one
o'clock, nnd on motion of Capt. U. H. Ent,
K. F. Whltmlro of Pine Summit was elected
chairman and on motion of Capt. Koblsnn,
Capt. Ent was elected secretary. Commis
sioner Polio explained tho purpose of the
convention to bo the discussion ot tlio
adoption nf a model for head stones for de.
ceased soldiers, ami the regulation of the
expenses of burial. Mr Brlttnln favored
tlio auoiitlun ot n standard, und wns
followed by Messrs. lioblson, Brockway,
Mr. Avcrlll of Berwick stated that If i25
be tho limit for a collln, it would not bo
sufllcient In his town, ns the chargo there
is 310 for land enough for a grave, $5 for
digging grave, which would leave only 20
lor collln, shroud, undcrtnUer, &c,
Mr. E. Steward said that in Centre town
ship there would be no charge for burial
lot, ns there was land reserved for that
purpose. A good collln wns furnished for
a soldier In that township for Sin-
Mr. B. 'Sterling of Madison thought tho
law allowed a small amount for tlio burial
of a soldier ns he should be buried.
On motion of Mr. Brlttnln a recess of ten
minutes was taken for tho purposo nf In
spectlntr tho models and engraving of
tombstones shown by different parties.
Mr. J. A. Owens of Lowisburg exhibiting
some samples of bronzo tombstones mado
by thoBridgeport company.
I ho meeting being again called to order
a motion was mado by Mr. Hoblson that
this convention recommend tho comralss.
loners to adopt tho whlto bronzo tomb.
stones, and after remarks by Mr. Polio,
G. E. Elwell and others, it wus carried.
Capt. Hoblson mnved'lhat hereafter
when vacancies occur in tho committee
appointed by the commissioners the com
missioners ho requested to (111 such vacancies
ItliQrandArmy men. Mr. Brittain explain.
d that the commissioner havo already fol.
owed that plan so far as possible. Motion
It.was also moved that this convention
npprovo of tlio action of the county com-
mlssioners in carrying out tho provision of
tho law concerning tho burial of indigent
After Bomo futher discussiou as to tho
impossibility of fixing a uniform ratu of
expenses for tlio entire county, each case
depondlng on its own circumstances, tho
Found. A pair of new rubber boots, on
ono of tho public roads lendinir from
Bloomshurg. Tlio owner will please call
at this ofllce and prove property.
Another year has tolled away and our
llttlo village is one year older, but still tho
same nourishing place.
Our friend Mr. Clus. M. Smith, operator
at Bcavey Valley, was homo a short tlmo
last week. His many friends were glad to
A number of invited guests assembled at
Dr. T. J. Swisher's hst Saturday to par.
take of his hospitality. All came nwny
fully appreciating tho generous and ample
entertainment tendered them.
Our shoemaker Mr, Harris will soon re
move to Wllllamsport.
Mrs. 0. Krcamer Is visiting Iu Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. James Klsner aro with
their eon Dr. J. 0. Klsner of Conyngham,
Mlat.es Mamio Sheep and Ella Watson
who havo been attending school .at Bloom
are homo during vacation.
Miss Laura Girton ot Buckhorn, is vlsl
ting Mrs. Dr. Fruit.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sheep of Milton havo
been visiting his brother Mr. D. M. Sheep,
Dr. McCleary and Mr. N. McCleary of
Milton wero through hero last week ou a
hunting expedition, Gatuo Is neatly as
scarco here as railroads.
Butler' saw mill above town has resum
Mr. E. W. McCollttm Is laying In a largo
stock in his tannery expecting easy means
of transportation on tho It. It.
Tho tchools In tho township were closed
for Christinas and Institute week.
For upwards of twcnty.flvo yenrs frcm
time to llmo there has been considerable
Interest nnd excitement nrouscd In this
community about a rail road. For the
past week a llttlo cyclone, ns It were, of ex.
cltctncnt has prevallcc' in this section about
a road which Is to bo constructed through
here In a marvelotisly short tlmo If the peo
ple along the route will throw open their
Ileitis, subscribe labor, materials, money,
sc., liberally. These demands not being
forthcoming in sufficient quantities and ns
rapidly ns desired the llttlo cj clone is grad
ually subsiding to tho westward and once
moro wu are about to conclude Hint, per-
hops, it will be another year beforo Jersey-
town will have railroad facilities.
Tho family reunion ot .Mr. nnd Mrs. A.
K. Smith which occurred on Christmas
wan n most pleas-tut and happy event, tho
first of the kind in the history of the family
and an event never to bo forgotten by nil
who participated. Those who mado up
tho meeting wero Miss Martha Long, Mr:.
Samuel Johnston, Mrj. Smith's mother, n
pleasant nnd amiable lady of eighty-two
years. .Miss Laura tiinlth und Air. Clins.
Smith the only ones of tho seven children
still nt home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cotncr
and family of Limestone, Mr. nnd Mrs. D.
Warner and family of Fishlngercek. and
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sheep, being the t'ireo
married daughters. Messrs, Wm. and
Miles Smith and families.
The presents received by Mr. nnd Mrs.
Smith wero numerous and valuable. Every
thing possible was done to make the occa
sion attractive and pleasing for tho twenty
grand children nnd ngrccablo to nil, a largo
table was set in tlio parlor loaded wllh
peanuts, candies, npples and everything to
excite and satisfy the nppelitcs of the chil
Vt the proper tlmo tlio company found
their way to tho dining room where a
sumptuous Christinas dluner awniled them
to which all did amplo justice. It is a re
markublo thing and worthy of note that
there hii9 never been a death in Mr. Smith's
family nor in the families nt any of the
I'nn.iDELrniA, December as, lsss
The man whose duty it is to
gather and sift the news of the
store and print the part you care
most for from day to day is off
for a rest till the 4th of January.
There is news enough ; but pick
it up in the store. You will
better appreciate the telling by
having to pick it up yourself.
You can guess pretty well at
what is poinjr on. Of course
the forty or fifty stocks are un
balanced. Weeks will pass be
fore equilibrium is restored.
And how restored ? Why, by
selling what ought to be sold
and buying what ought to be
bought. Buying is easy ; but
selling depends on the price and
We shall try to be out of
nothing needful two days, if we
can get it reasonably. We shall
try to keep nothing superfluous
one day, if we can sell it toler
ably. Our necessity is your op
portunity. Look out !
Chestnut, Thirteenth and Market streets.
and city-hall square.
TO WHOM IT MAY OONOKltX. .
All persons aro hereby notiHcd that nnyj
persons buying Conynghum township or
ders will purchuso the same subject to any
equities that may exist as to tho taxpayers.
That tho Taxpayers Association nre will,
ing to make all roads, keep in repair ull
roads nnd bridges free of expense to indi
vidual taxpayers lor tlio jear 1885, and
subject to thu direction of tlio Supervisors
of said township and as there is no local
tax levied for tho year, and all legitimate
expenses of tho Road Department nro be
ing paid, there is no necessity tor any or
ders being issued.
All orders termini the signatures of both
Supervisors of tho Township Clerk nud
should bear tho seal of tho township.
Tho above notice is being given so that
all persons can govern luomselycs accord
ingly. S. M. Riley,
Agont for Taxpayer's Association.
Ashland, i'u., jnov. a7, 'so.-tr.
VALUATION OF REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PRO
PERTY OF COLUMBIA COUNTY AT THE TRIEN
NIAL VALUATION IX 1885.
1B1 tdHhO!, tlfcOO, tlNOO J1M10
160 VSOhSt) 1S2I0 4T00 MO
Ill bUbkittt 7040 1801 H34i
nr lkniiso lgiio aim) 3100
IIS 3tO?IO 10173
11 oca) losis jm mo mo
U SNW.V) 4(H0 tUI
1811 fOI75' 81003; f(SK
ll GMKM5, OTO 10
IM SIMMS 8.SI 10BIS SHOO
Ml 197IN3 1US13' ST70 (),
iVT, SH'M UIOO! 4()71 tnOOi
UK 407180 llttI,V ibH) SOUO',
10O K47N1 BISO S18I ll
810 Ktt5.1 sawn! Tteo IT&V)
ltiG Si'337a lttlMi Mill txm, 350
1 1K 801145 100T5I VIMI 17IC0
IM 4.W70 13177' !t7 S.1U1
no suumO, w.i sun amu
lie sotivan 1735 3i? .tun,
no uo743 i-jiru! miu Mm
1IH 148310 4313 Kli ,,,
H3 145411 , 1)235 81 113 a-.T'S
1311 41.1110 1h285 4 373 1)330
1-.D 0I0.W 10280 - 60X1
3-iM uiaiT3IKt tfiVKI 1110710. 13350
Tho above statement bIiows tho nmount
each of the several Districts of Columbia
Nollco Is hereby given that tho County Commlstloners silting as a Hoard of Revision
will attend at their olllcu In llloomsbiirg tor the purpose of finally determining whether
any of tho valuations of tho Assessors havo been mado bolow a Just rule according to
thu Interest mm incur ing of tlio Act of July 27lli 18-13, nnd to raise reduce and equalize
tho same according ta law, , January 12th for nil Disliicts on (lie south aide of of (he
river, Jauuary thu tilth for all Districts west of Dig Fishlngercek und January tho Hlh
for balance of Districts bclnh' thoso through which tlio euld creek pusses and those
wholly on tlio cast sido ut which time and place all persons for themselves and Districts
desiring to bo heard, can attend. The returns will bo open for luepietlou uutil said
revislou is completed.
wltiMawTvAm 1 Commissioners of
lYu jZnl' J ColumM. County.
Attest i John II. Caikv.
Commissioners' OlUco llloomshuig, Die, S9th, 1BS3.
21 new ladles' conts just opened at I. W.
Hnrtmnti & Son's, $7.50 to 31B.00. Cnll and
Many new and vnluablo goods for New
Year presents nt I. W. Hartinan & Son's.
Now lot of best dark cnltco 1 cents nt I.
W. Hnrlman & Bon's.
Best makes of ginghams 8 cunts nt I. W.
llartmnn & Sou's.
i & So
cents nt I. W. Hart-
Aches nnd pains long boino innko even
the young feci old. 'J he true remedy is
Parker's Tonic. It purifies the Mood, Bets
In order the liver and kidneys, banishes
pain and builds up the health. Besides it
has the reputation of doing what wo claim
for It. dec.-4.4t.
Is a very prevalent nnd exceedingly disa
greeable disease, liable, If neglected, to de
velop Into serious consumption. Being a
constitutional disease, it requires a con
stitutional remedy llko Hoods Barsaparllla,
which, acting through the blood, reaches
every part of the system, effecting n radical
and permanent euro of catarrh In even its
most severe forms. Froptred by C. I.
Hood it Co., Lowell. .Mass.
Found A euro for baby's colic In n bot
tle of Dr. Hand's Colic Cure. A long and
successfully tried remedy.'Vyintalnlng no
stupefying drugs.'outt-speolallylor relieving
tlio Irritation of thu bowels nnflhsootblng
fretful babies. Price 20 cents.
You havo ofton seen women with martccd
blueness or paleness of face, vitiated appe
tites, and a craving for unwholesome food.
These are signs of a disordered liver, and
the trouble must bo corrected or worse re
sults aru sure to follow. Husbands nnd
fathers cannot afford to treat this tuatter
lightly. Dr. Kennedy's "Favorite Itemed-,"
which dispels liver disease, costs less
than sick wives and daughters. You will
find It a very profitable Investment. dll4.
Mnny n victim to Brlghl's Disease has
been restored to sound health by Hunt's
A I'aulttc-HH I'iinilly Medicine.
"I have used In my famllv Simmons
Liver Regulator for the last eight or ten
years, hint found it to supercede nnything
recommended for ch'IU, fever and ague.
I have given up calomel, quinine and all
other mercurial treatments. I give it to
my children, from one year old to those of
twenty-llvo years old. It Is nil you could
wish in n family. Plcaso use my name as
Very titily, E. II. UHBANKS, Crawford
"Most of these hair preparations don't
work." writes Air. J. 8. Burdlck, of St.
Louis, !but Parker's Hair Balsam is an
honorable exception. Mv hair was thin
and prematurely eray. Tlio Balsam-mado
it brown again and sott as iu my boyhood."
Through our luxurious and pirvcrted
modes of living, nn. from n score of causes
besides, discascts of tho kldncyi nnd urinary
organs aro now nmong tho most common
and fatal in this country, Men suffer from
them most frequently and most Intensely.
Their victims are falling exhausted by tho
wayside nt 1110 every nay. uo you tear
this end for yourself ? If so, wo can ns-
sure you of liclp by means of Dr. Ken
nedy's "Favorite Remedy." dlH.
How is your back ? If It aches put on a
II op Plaster. For Crick, Stitches, Rheu
matl'in, Pains in tho sidn or hip, Chest
and Lung difficulties 'or soreness in any
pu't. nothing equals this porous plaster for
curing pain and strengthening. Fresh hops
Burgundy pitch and Balsams combined.
Wbm Iltby wu sick, ir st hr Cuter!,
When the wu a Child, sbe cried for CmtorU,
When the became MU, aha along to CutorU,
When ahe had Children, ahe gare them CutorU,
Hunt's Remedy is not a new compound;
it lias been before the public thirty yenrs.
Geo. Andrew?, overseer of the Lowell
Carpel Corporation, was for over twenty
years, before his lemnval to Lowell, afflict
with salt rheum in its worst form, its
ulcerations uctually covered moro than'.half
the surface of bis body nnd limbs. (la
was entirely cured by Ayet's Barfaparilla.
Sto certificate in Ayer'd Almnuac for 1883.
Somo remarkablo cures of deafness are
recorded of Dr. Thomas' Elect! leal Oil.
Isever falls to cure earache.
Every part of tho bodv is filled with
veins and arteries ; the last carrying puru
blood to build up the tissues the first car
rying nwny waslo matter. Puru blond In
necessary to health, ami tlio waste, if not
removed, It poisonous. Dr. Walker's
California Vinegar Bitters stimulate tho
organs that separate tho poisonous wnstc
from tho body.
Hunt's Remedy purifies tho blood by
nsfistlug tho kidneys to carry off ull im.
I suffered from catarrh for years. Tried
all remedies recommended, Kellers ca
tarrh remedy wns finally recommended,
which soon effected n cure.
ai. II. Snyder, 1HS Market St., Harris,
Seu adv't of Kcllet's Catarrh Remedy.
of each kind or class of taxable nronortr In
county as returned by the Triennial Assessors