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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
This powder never vatlcs. A marvel of nurlty
strength anil wholcsomoness. .Moro cconojilcal
than ordinary kinds and cannot bo sold In combe,
tlon with tho multitude of low test, short weight,
alum or phosphate ponders. Bold only In cans!
ltorAI. IUkinci rowDKii l'o Wall St., N. V.
FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1880.
roRnitT Riiuiatn tux niu,
Tralnson tho Philadelphia Is It It. lcavoltunert
as follows i
0:30 a. ra. H:49 a. m.
3:48 p. m. 6:13 p. m.
Trains on tho V.L.& W. K. It. leave Uloomsburg
3 fOllOWS! """UTS
6:17 a. m. gjga a. m.
10:20 a.m. Hill a. m.
S.3J P. m. 4:u p. m.
e:lo I. m. 8:4? p. m.
Trains on tho N. & V. 11. Kallway pass Bloom
Ferry as follows :
10:54 a. m. 12:03 p. m.
11.23 P. m. 4:15 p. m.
10:14 a in 0:11 pm
Wanteo. Second hand copying press,
In good order. Must be cheap.
J. It. SCHDYI-KI: & Co.
Fan Sale. One new Sloan sldu bar
buggy. One bloan jump.seat carriage iu
good condition with slmft9,polo and brake.
Ouo old buggy Ono double heater. In.
quire of L. E. Waller. July
A very handsomo walnut counter desk,
suitable for store or olllce, will be sold at
less than half cost price. Apply to
J. It. Sohoylbii & Co.
Ilcv. II. (J. Monro, administrator, will
sell valuable real estate on premises In
Jlallson township on Saturday, July 31.
For Balk. The undersigned will sell 40
or CO acres, more or less, to suit purchas
ers, from the south side of his farm In
Hemlock township. Three good springs
of water, good building site, public road
through the land, about 15 acres of timber,
small stream of water through land. Piico
$15 per acre In payments. For particulars
:nqulre of lteubcn Bomboy, liuckhorn, or
Geo. E. Elwell, Uloomsburg. J4,0 mos.
Fon Sale. A very desirable property,
on Market street In the town ot Blooms
burg, Pa. nearly opposite Itev. D. J.
Waller. Lot 01 feet in width and 108 feet
In depth. An alley on the north and east,
lot of D. J. Waller on tho south. Market
street on the west. The dwelling house is
a large two story brick with Mansard roof,
water, gas and sewer drainage, a good
large stable, good fruit, and good well of
Also a house and lot in Catawlssa front
ing on 3rd street, above I'inu street, a good
two story frame dwelling house with two
story kitchen attnehed.
Michael F Eyekly
April 7. '80. tf. llloomsburg, Ia.
Foil Sale. Two houses and lots ou
Canal Btrcct. Desirable, cheap homes, and
pay well to rent.
Also, ono of tho finest residences in
Uloomsburg, corner of Fifth and Centro
streets. Having all tho latest improve
ments, steam heal, water, gas, water clos
ets and bath room. Good burn, fruit aud
ornamental trees, largo lot. A rare chance
for a flue horn c. Apply to
J. II. Maize,
Cor. Main and Centre Sts.
Apportionment of DuIckiiU'h.
Apportionment of delegates under vote
for Governor in 1882,allowing a ratio of 00
votes for a delegate.
District. Vote in 1882. No. of Delegates
Beaver, 103 3
Berwick, E. 212 3
" W. 2
Benton, 220 4
Bloom, E. 202 4
" W. 157 3
Brlarcrcek, 132 2
Catawlssa, 224 4
Centralia, 130 2
Centre, 173 3
Conyngham, N. 75 2
" S. 83 2
Flshlngcrcek, 202 4
Franklin, 59 2
Greenwood, 104 3
Hemlock, 145 2
Jackson, 123 2
Locust, 248 4
Madison, 108 3
Main, 130 2
Mlfllln, 103 3
Montour, 74 2
ML, Pleasant, 83 2
Orange, 115 2
Hoarwgcrcck, 70 2
Pine, 87 2
Scott, W. 00 2
" E. 103 a
Sugarloaf, 107 3
Under this apportionment Benton, Bloom
West, Catawissa, Greenwood and Sugar.
loaf, each get an additional delegate, over
what they had under tho ratio of 07 votes
to a delegate, when tho wholo number of
delegates was limited to seventy.
Mrs. Hollas of Philadelphia is tho guest
of Mr. II. W. Sloan.
L. 8. Wintcrstecn Eso. went to Blair
county on legal business on Tuesday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W. Elwell nnd children
of Towanda, tiro visiting relatives here.
W. O. McKInncy nnd family will leave
tor the West on Monday. They will reside
at Fort Dodge, Kansas.
Mr. E. II. Drinker and family, wltli sever,
al fr!cnds,spenl tho past week In tho woods
of Lackawanna county,
Mrs. D. D. Bollch, of Mt. Carrnel, and
Mrs. J, S. Selbcrt, of Bellcfontc, wero tho
guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Kutm last week,
Mr. R. E. Pcttit, superintendent of tho
Altooim division ot tho Pennsylvania R.
R., was visiting at Rev. D. J. Waller's,
the first of the week.
Rev, L. Zahuer started for Omaha on
Wednesday, and will bo absent for two
weeks. Thcro will bo no services In tho
Episcopal church for thenext twoSuudays.
Trout fishing season closed on tho 15th.
O. M. Vandcrslico has added an omnibus
to bis livery.
A now balcony 19 being built on
second story of tho Exclmngo Hotel.
There will bo an adjourned court on
Saturday, when motions may bo made
Tho Lutheran Sunday school will glyo a
Picnic In Oak Grove, Wednesday of next
L E. Waller Is having built a largo porch
on the south side of his Fifth street res.
Rev. Joshua It. Dcrr of Catawlssa will
hold Divine service In tho ltctormcd
church next Sunday morning July laili.
Miss Lena Gross, daughter of Peter
Gross of this place, and John Doncgar of
Lock Haven were married on Tuesday of
Miss Lulu Potter has been chosen as
teacher In the A grammar school, and Miss
Ida llernhard, tho II grammar school at
Don't forget to come to Main's Gicat
International Show. Admission only 25ctsi
children under 10 years old, 15 c.ts. In
afternoon. July 23rd.
Tho Berwick Independent has been
changed to tho Berwick Democrat, and Is
now under tho management of G. W.
Poote, of Mlllllnburg, Pa.
Mrs. Edward Worthlngton, formerly Miss
Alice Thomas, daughter of C. I. Thomas
of this town, died at her homo In Emporia,
Kansas, on tho 4th Inst, aged 31 years.
Chamllce Eves of Millvlllo has hnnr? nn.
pointed by Gov. Pattlson as n delegate to
me national farmers' Congress to bo held
at St. Paul, Minn, on August 25, 20 and 27.
jurs. Mary sparks, widow of the late
James Sparks, and mother of Mrs. Harvey
&mlth,Sixth St., town, died at her home In
Philadelphia on Frldny last, aged 72 years.
Anna, daughter of William Barton of
uazieton, uieu at tlio residence of her.
grandmother Mrs. Cathailno Barton In
Espy on Saturday evening. Tho funeral
took placo on Tuesday afternoon.
William tlulmc of Benton township has
ono of tho finest farms In the county, and
ho knows how to conduct It. Ou Tuesday
morning he cut 11 ncrc3 of grain before
dinner with two reapers and 10 men.
Miss Lavllla McIIenry, daughter of
Thomas McIIenry of Orange townshlp.dled
last Friday, aged 25 years. Her illness was
a lingering one. The funeral was held on
Sunday, and was very largely attended.
William Dennis has opened a branch
barber shop In tho basement of tho Central
Hotel. It is nicely fitted up, and a com
potent, barber is in charge. His old stand
in Mrs. Enl's building will bo conducted as
The dcleuate election tickets and papers
are ready for distribution at this ofllce.
Members of Standing Committee and can
didates who happen in town will please
call and get them. Those not culled for
will be sent out by responsible persons.
Mr. Layton Hunyon has placed on our
tabl four luscious peaches which were
grown on a tree in his lot. Tho four
weighed 18 ounces. It is very early for
peaches, and vciy seldom that one sees
them so large and so perfectly developed.
Centralia is huving a hard lime to find
some one who is wi'ling to act as tax col-
lector. 'Ihe person who was elected de
clined to serve, and no ono has been found
who w'll accept an appointment from the
court to 1111 tho oitlce. Tho objection is
that the commission allowed Is not enough.
Tho Montour House at Danville has re-
ceutly undergone a thorough overhauling
In the way of paper and paint. It Is hand-
somely decorated and clegintly furnished
throughout, and is healed by steam.
Among traveling men the Montour enjoys
tho reputation of being one of the best in
Four now looms have been added to the
machinery of tho woolen mill, making
fourteen now lu use. The mill started with
six looms, but the demand for their goods
has grown so rapidly that they have been
obliged to add to t iclr facilities to keep up
with their orders. This speaks well for
Caswell Bros. & Co.
Notice. Tho marvellous piece of me
chauUin known us the Englo Clock coutin
ucs on u.-'iicilion, nnd those who dcslro to
see it should embrace the opportunity at
once to inspect what has always been ac.
knowledgcd as a wonder of mechanical
skill, in wl ich pleasure, curiosity, nnd in.
structlon are blended. The clock will be
ou exhibition in the Miss Petcrman build-
lug until Saturday evening.
List of letters remaining In the Post Of
fice at Uloomsburg for week ending July
Miss Hattlo Camp (2), Mr. I). E. Cole,
Mr. Harry Hartmun, Mr. Alfred Miller,
Mr. 1. M. Parks, Miss Helen L. Turrcll.
Mrs. Hattlo E. Holmau.
Persons calling for these letters will
please say "advertised."
Geokue A. Clahk, P. M.
On Friday Muin's New International
Show exhibited In this place, afternoon
aud evening. The peformances were credit
ablo throughout, and Indeed were superior
to those usually witnessed In shows of its
class. The hand furnished excellent music;
tho trained horses and dogs were worth
seeing ; tho contortionists wcro A No. 1 ;
tho trapeze performances wero good.
Maln'i show is ono of the best Iltllo shows
on tho road, us the largo audience which
attended on Friday evening wl'l testify.
Ganoriiurj, l'a., Jlurc'.
At Bloumsburg July 23rd.
John Krcsslcr, of Scott Twp., brought
In our tunc! urn Monday a buuch containing
about ono hundred heads of tho Scott
wheat. We examined two of tho heads,
tho one contained 47 full grains of wheat
and the other, 07. Whcu wo consider that
30 grains la the average jielil of wheat,
aud that very frequently the yield Is not
more thuii 10 or 15, It Is easy to conclude
that this wheat is first-class, and Hint it was
by good funning that Mr, Kretsler as
able to i also such a lino crop. Tho Scott
wheat has Urge heuds, with but few beurds
The berry Is large aud vi ry full.
There has been considerable ciltlcUm of
tho action of the school board in fixing tho
salary of tho Pilnclpal at 1)0 a month for
13 months, when all tho other teachers are
paid for only 8 months. Not belr.g on tho
lnsldo of tho workings of tho board, and
not having been ablo to learn the merits of
tho caio from Ihojo who complain, we are
uuablo to express an opinion. As a general
rulo however, wo believe that a competent
nilncinal of tho schools in a town Ilk
this should receive sulllclcut salary to live
comfortably without being obliged to seek
other employment during vacation. The
question of the sufllclcncy of pay of tho
other teachers has not been raised before
Malaria can do cured quickly and effect
uallv bv tho uso of Keller's Catarrh Rem
cdv and Blood Purifier. Ono bottle gener.
allv accomplishes a cure. It Is tho most
i wonderful preparation ever discovered.
Miss Jcnnlo W. Wells, daughter of E. U
Welle, w as married ou Wednesday at 12
o'clock to Mr Samuel B. Henderson of
Muncy, at the Normal School Parlors In
tho presenco of a number ot Invited gues's.
Hcv. L. Zahncr performed tho ceremony.
Tho party entered tho parlor in tho follow
ing order i Mr. I). Burns of Bedford and
Mr. Polhamus of Montoursvlllc, and Mr.
Joe Wells, brother of tho bride, ushers, the
Groom entering with tho latter; tho brldo
entered on tho arm of her father, dressed
In traveling suit of dark beige. The rooms
wcro beautifully decorated with flowers,
nnd tho presents wcro numerous and cost
!. A largo number of friends wero present
from Muncy, Lewlstown, Montgomery,
Catawlssa, and other points. Tho brldo
and groom left on the 2:20 train nnd will
visit New York, Boston, and Washington.
In voting Instructions at the delegate
election there Is nothing In the law or tho
rules requiring that when there nre two
persons to bo elected to the same oQlcc,onc
should como from each sldo ot tho rlvor.
It Is tho custom, however, to divide In that
way, and a custom that ought to bo ob
served so long as there are candidates from
both sides suitable for tho positions to
which they aspire. This year we elect
two Representatives and two Associate
Judges, and voters should acquaint them
selves with tho rcspectivo residences ot the
candidates so they can voto accordingly.
For Representative, A. L. Fritz Is tho only
candidate from tho north side of the river,
whllo J. T. Fox, E. M. Tcwksbury and F.
L. Shuman reside on tho south Bide. For
Associate judge, I. K. Krickbaum nnd
James Lake are from the north side nnd
C. G. Murphy and Charles llelchart from
the south side.
Tho wife of John Holt, Hi Ing in Browns
vlllc, Pa., gavo birth to a female child
which Is without arms. Tho child Is per
fect In every other particular, and seems
to bo entirely healthy. Tho clavlclo and
scapula bones arc well dcvclopod, but at
this point tho work of nature has practl
cully ceased, although to the shoulders
something resembling fingers is attached.
There is one small protuburancc at the
point of the right shoulder nnd two attach
ed to the left. The mother of the child
has had three children previous to this
one, all of whom were perfectly developed.
As far as can be known, no malformations
have appeared in tho ancestry of either tho
father or mother of the child. Dr. O. P.
Dearth, the attending physician, states the
child Is perfectly developed except in the
one particular mentioned. The caso has
excited great interest and is considered a
very pcci'llar freak of nature. Monroe
Survival of tlic l'lttcwt.
For some time past the question of pur
ity in baking powders his formed quite a
featuro ot newspaper discussions, and em
inent doctors of philosophy have given
pinions ns to tho ingredients which con -
pose many ot the articles sold under that
name. The investigations have narrowed
down to the limits which awards tho Iioyal
Baking Powder the palm of purity, and
scveial of the most distinguished scientists
have testified to their conviction that no
extraneous matter enters into its composi
tion. The Royal Baking Powder company
have achieved a world-wide reputation for
the success which has marked their prcpa-
tlon of cream of tartar for baking purposes.
It is ludlsputably shown that they have
llmlnatcd all elements of tartrate of lime,
urn or other impurities, and present to
the public a healthful and chemically pure
rticlc. Such widely known chemists as
Henry Morton, E. G. Love, II. A. Mott,
Win. McEurtrie and others have verified its
superiorly over other manufactures, and
testified, through practical experience, to
its excellence. It Is well for families to
observe the fact that it costs more to man
ufacture tho Royal Baking Powder than
any other, but it is, ns shown by chemical
analysis, the one "absolutely pure" baking
Democratic County Convention.
The Democratic voters of tho several
districts of Columbia county will meet at
tho usual places of holding elections, on
Monday, July 20th. 1880 between the hours'
of 3 and 7 o'clock p. m. and elect delegates
by bnllot to represent the districts in the
County Convention to be held In the Opera
House, Bloomshurg, on Tuesday July 27th.
1880 at 11 o'clock to place In nomination
one person for Congress for the eleventh
district, ono person for State Senator for
the 24th. district, two persons for Repre
sentatives, aud two persons tor Associate
Judges, and to transact such other bus!
uess as the interests of the Democratic
party may require. A'so at the samo tiino
nnd places, and In the samo manner, the
Democratic electors In each district will
elect one person to serve as n member of
tho Standing committee, whlcu will meet
immediately after the adjournment of tho
By order of the Standing Committee.
Several candidates wero through hero
M"s. Simon F.'y is lying at the point of
The R. R. hands got a raiso on their
Haiest hands have been unusually
Johnston harvesters and binders have
glveu good satisfaction in this vicinity.
Rev, Galloway, of Berwick, delivered
an excellent seijion at Uetlerilllo last Sun
All lixiiulHttcly I.ovcly Tlilliif.
A most betwllchlng picture Is being
brought out, entitled "litllo sweethearts,
Probably no picture In any part of the
world has ever met with such an outburst
of applause. It Is being brought out by
Graham & Millar, art publishers, 140 Ccn
tro street, New York. Everybody is sure
to want one. They want good uircnts
Hero Is a chance to mako lots of money,
Boys aud girls during Summer vacation
can mako a little pile. It isn't often wo
recommend anythicg, but "Little Sweet
hearts" is praised by tho best people in tho
Tlie lictit ill me Murltel.
We would remind our friends and former
natrons and tho public generally, that wo
aro still handling D. M. Osborno & Co'
Reapers, Mowers and Binders, ot which
we havo on hand a full line, covering all
tho latest improvements, wulch are added
to these excellent machines evtry year.
We keep constantly ou hand a lino ot
extras for tho abovo machines und mako
specialty of rcpalr!ng,not only the Osborno
machines, but all kinds ot mowing and
We havo always on hand a full lluo ot
knives for all makes of machines. Wo
have a largo stock of tho very best ot bind
or twino,whlch wo aro ottering for 15 cents
per. pound. Inviting all to examine our
machines beforo purchasing o'sewhere we
, aro respectfully IUiiman & Iussikt,
tFrom our Kegutar correspondent.)
Washington. D. O., July 12, 1880.
The Republicans In Congress aro trying
very hard to make political capital against
tho President on account ot his pension ve
toes. But tbo vetoes aro too well support
ed by facts and common senso to furnish
material for partisan appeals. It was to bo
expected, hovicveMhat tho private pension
gift Senators would grow wrathy ns tho
kind of work they wcro engaged In was
brought In light. Tho failure of their 1IU
tlo schemes, together with their exposure
Incited thein to a reckless pitch of deter
mination to secure tho adoption ot tbcsi.
bills anyhow, though there Is little prospect
of their success.
Tho Democratic leaders oro resolved to
Btay here all Summer, as ono of them said,
beforo abandoning their position In tho
matter. But the Republicans havo pro.
posed a comprumlso which wlU probably
bo accepted. Under Its terms two hours
will be allowed debate upon such of the
vetoed bills as may bo selected, and nt tho
xplratton of the time an aye and nay vote
will bo taken, tho result of which is to bo
egarded final as to the other vetoes.
Tho report of tho Senate Pension Com-
mlttco upon the vetoed bills, was littlomoio
than u long and Ill-concealed howl ot bat
tled rage. It even accused tho President
f casting a slur on the chastity of a wo
man and of sneering nt wounds received
lu the service of tho country. But so
inauy of these private measures are obvl
iously without merit, nnd mere attempts to
bestow gratuities upon favored persons
who have no real claim upon tho bounty
of tho Government, that the President's
action will be moro applauded the more at
tention Is called to the grounds upon
which It Is based.
The Republicans of Hie House of Heprc
sentiitlvcs made speeches upon this Issue
that wi re Intended to bo very severe upon
tho Pusldent, but they were more plainly
bids for political suppoit than evidence of
patriotism. They proceeded upon the
assumption that the vetoes of private pen
slot bills arc unpopular nnd will not be
uslnlued by public sentiment. One an
wer made by representative Matsom to
some ot their complaints was Interesting,
He called attention to tho fact that many
of tho cases rejected by Mr. Cleveland had
already been vetoed by a Republican Com
mission. r of Pensions. Inc rejection by the
Senate of Mr. Goode to be Solicitor-General
was the subject of much discussion at
the Cupltul on Saturday. The unanimous
erdict was that the opposition all centered
in Senator Mahone, and tho voto of tho
Republican Lonatore was their way of
helping the thwarted, schcinng little poli
tician to assert himself In Virginia. As no
Democrat opposed the nomination, many
Congressmen may think tho proper thing
for the President to do would bo to renom
inate Mr. Goode. He might have done
this if the Senate had merely neglected to
confirm, but sinco the Senate had rejected,
he will not be likely to renominate.
Bi.ooMsnL.to, Pa., July 0th. 1880,
Regular meeting of council called at
'clock. All members present. W. C. Sloan
:retary of Winona Fire Company ap.
pears and requests the pa) ment of the
nmount annually paid by council for rent
whereupon motion ot Messrs Sharpless and
Sterner it was ordered that tho secretary
issue au older of thirty dollars for the
year ending January 1st 1887.
Win. Chrlsmau, presented n second
petition praying for sewer in East street,
signed by 04 citizens; on motion it was
received and ordered filed.
The following bills were presented and
orders drawn for the same.
Winona Fire Co. rent to Jan.l. '87 30.00
Penman, labor on highway, 17.73
W. K. Applcman, hauling 1.00
" labor on highway 3.12
11. G. Phillips, labor on highway
William Shaffer, "
Peter Freeze, "
Elijah Straton, "
Wallace Vannatta, "
Joseph Hucklc, hapllng
Frederick bchwinn, "
W. J. Bidlcman, St- Commissioner,
tjreasy a Wells, lumber
Bloomsburi! Gas Co., for May, June 154,00
Water Co.. lor Juno 75.00
Daniel Laycock, Chief of Police S.CJ
Wesley Knorr. police service 1.C3
G. E. Elwell, rent of room 15.00
Samuel Neyhard, sec'y. salary 10.00
On motion the committee on matciials
for highways, was Instructed to prncuro
the necessary amount of cast Iron plpo to
extend the sewer main out Into water deep
enough to submerge It.
On motion adjourned to meet Monday
evening July 12th.
Sl'KOIAI. meet nq
Monday, July 12th. 1880.
Adjourned meeting ot council called at
8 o'clock, all members present. On mo
tion ot Mr. Sterner, tho secretaiy was
directed to issue an order to Mr. Wood
waid for the amount of his bill less $1.00,
not allowed for assistants In making ur.
rests Amount of bill as corrected being
$0.17. 'J ae president announced that It
was now in order to propose tax rates
whereupon Mr. Corell proposed a rato of
5 mills on the dollar valuation of built up
poitiouof town ; Mr. Sihaiplcss proposed
u six mill rate, and Mr. Sterling a llvo mill.
The six mill rato was first called up and
voted upon, viz ; Aye, Messrs. Shaipless
aud Clark ; Nay, Messrs Rosenstock Ster.
ner, Sterling, Corell and Zarr, TheSJ mill
vote was next taken up and voted as fol
lows viz ; Aye, Messrs. Sharpless. Corell
anu iiarr ; iNay, uoscmocK, aterner, Bier
ling and Clark. The 5 mill voto was next
with the following result ; Aye, Messrs,
Rosenstock, Sterling, Sterner and Zarr
Nay, Messrs. Sharpless Clark aud Corell,
On motion M. C. Woodward was unanl
mously elected to servo tho notices of
appeal for the usual fee of $10. Mr. Sharp
less moved that the tlmo for holding tin
appeal bo fixed on Aug. Oth. next, between
the hours of 2 and 0 p. m., can led.
On motion adjourned.
Thcro will bo a meeting at the Orange
vllle Hotel on Saturday evening, tho 17th
Inst, at 7 o'clock iu tho Interest of th
llloomsburg & Sullivan Rail Road. 'Iris
time business Is Intended. All persons I:
the neighborhood who des' 'e tho success
of this enterprise aro requested to attend
C. R. Bl'CKALKW,
Pres't B & S. It. R. Co,
HCOTT'H BHIII.NION UI 1'llUli
Col liver Oil, With HypopfcosphlUs,
At a reuieilu fur intlmoiutry ajrecttoni nwt tcrofu-
Dr. Ira M, Lang a prominent physician
In New York, Bays: I am greatly pleased
with your Emulsion. Have found It very
serviceable In abovo diseases, and It Is cas
Uy administered on account ot Its palata
CAMPBELL MORDAN. At Mordans
vllle July 7th 1830, by J. L. Satds, Esq,
Nathaniel Campbell ot Huiitersvllle, I
coming Co. to Miss Susan A Mordan
As per announcement In your paper tho
citizens ot Orangovlllo celebrated Indo-
pcnuYnco day July 3rd. Tho old town
looked gay In its holiday attlro of Hags,
buntings and evergreens. Beginning nt
Hcckinan's Hotel wo found every business
aco decorated with flags nnd evergreens
and many of the private residences. At
Hcckinan's Hotel tho street was spanned
by an arch trimmed with ovcrgreeni at
corner of Main and Pino streets a double
arch placed transversely from houso of A.
Stewart to hotel ot J. M. Long and from
storo of A. B. Stewnrt to storo of Snyder &
Bleppy; nt J. J. Yocurn's another arch was
placed. First In tho order of exercises
was a national salute of 38 guns at sunrise,
ono for each of our great confederation of
Next a fantaslln parade. This was tho
featuro of the day. It was headed by J.
Mn&tcllcr in character of Washington
and Mrs. E- B. Johnson ns Martha. John's
Impersonation was good except tho differ
ence In virtues. We arc taught by tho
story of tho little hatchet that George could
not tell a lie, John can but ho won't.
Tho Llghlstrcct band carno next follow
ed by the first locomotive of tho Blooms-
burg & Sullivan R. R. drawing tho direct
ors' cnr. Tho parties getting It up secured a
largo hogshead, mounted it on wheels and
trimmed It with smokestack, bell, drUIng
wheels nnd rods &c. Then camo the
directors car with representatives en mas-
quo of tho several directors, and a sorry
crowd they were. Some thirty horsemen
followed aud twlco as many on foot. Tho
Orangcvlllc band resurrected for the occn-
Ion dressed in woman's clothes, brought
up tho rear with a banner bearing the fol
lowing: Tho old band is dead but the wo
man goes a bead.
We noticed an urchin blackened beating
banner reading as follows: Wash mo and
shall be whiter than snow.
This followed the tub and sack races.
1 p. m. the procession formed and
marched to the Academy grove, where tho
Declaration of Independence was read by
Miss Hooven and National airs sung by a
chorous of 40 voices, and addresses by
Jas. L. Filtz nnd Prof. Uarkins. Too
much cannot bo said In praise ot the above
named speeches. They wcro grand. Next
came a wheelbarrow raco followed by a
gamo of base ball between the Bloom and
Orangciillo nines, with a score of 21 to 4,
favor ot Bloom. Bloom can justly be
proud of her ntno ns players and gentle
men. In the evening there was a grand
display ot fire works from Megargle's lil'l.
Tho political aspirants were out in full
force, reaping t'icirhnrvest.
Mr. Simon 1 ubbs, prostrated by paraly,
sis a few weeks ago, whose death was mo
mentarily expected, is able to be about
Several buildings were struck by light
ning duilng tho terrific thunder storm last
week, Wednesday evening, viz. J. S.
Woods' house nt Stillwater and C. M.
Howell's barn at VanCamp. Neither was
burned. The former was considerably
damaged and tho latter was struck once
before, several years ago.
Haryest Is progressing with all possible
peed. Tho crop Is a very good one, with
The oppressive heat lias caused a rapid
growth of the corn, which now promises a
fair crop, notwithstanding late planting.
The Young Ladies' High Pressure Soci-
ty, amoug other good things, "Resolved"
That kloscs aro like creation, made of
nothing; and, very, very sweet; and that
the son is the centro of attraction."
My wifo and daughter, returning from
berrying, one day last week, plucked sev
eral clover stalks from my clover field
measuring respectively 50i, 59 and 00
inches. They insist by allttlo search taller
stalks could bo found.
No respite will be afforded our farmers
until after tho ingathering of all tho crops.
A little recreation would be highly benefic
ial to their well being, especially during
the "heated term." Including their wives
Many farmers aro Improving their lands
by underdralning. It is both costly and
laborious. The question of stumping is
being agitated as to whether pulling by
machine, or blowing up by dynamlto is
tho cheaper way, and, as I am much inter
ested, I should llko to know. Many are in
my way and must be removed, cither by
one or both processes. Stumping by ma.
chino has nlready cost mo several hundred
dollars, and I am almost persuaded to try
the new experiment of dynamiting. Many
of the stumps are of enormous size and too
heavy for machine lifting and when out re
quire breaking or splitting before they can
be handled. Tf I can be informed where u
good grado of dynamlto can bo procured
and a person cxpeiienccd with tho dauger
ous explosive will volunteer to opfiy It, In
that event the experiment will assuredly
bo made. Probably tho editors ot the Co
lij'm an can give me the desired ir'or.na
I. W. Hnrtman & Son have a bis run on
their remnants of embroideries. Call and
I. W. Hartman & Son's
300 pairs of
stockings (job lot) from 0c.
pair and up,
"Hello 1 Hello I" "Well, what is It V
"What did you use on your oats this
pring " Moro 'Phillips' soluble bone."
lid you use tho samo on your potatoes ?"
No. What did you uso ?" "Sharpless &
Carpenter's No. 1 bone, It makes them get,
uotrtur" "e. sir." "ucuo ! there is
somo ono ringing In on us, what do you
want f will it suit you to urine me a loau
of fertilizer up to-morrow?" "Whero do
you want mo to get it ?'' Down at tho
t anners' Produce Exchange. "They don't
keep It do they ?" "O, yes they do, why
you can get anything you want thcro." "Is
manor1 "lcs, sir, vou can cei usier
Bros' ammoniatcd bone, Lister llros.' U. S.
ri. bone. E. Frank Coo's Knickerbocker
solublo Pacific cunno, Allcntown complete
bono phosphate. Moro Phillips' super phos
phate ot lime, u aiiionil Lone, Moro rtiu.
lips' solublo bore German potash, John F.
Orth's Reading bone, Sharpless & Carpen
ter's No. 1 bone, Sharpless & Carpenter's
aciu phosphate, ai ii. biiocmaucr & uo.
BWift sure. All tho abovo goods arc sold
at from SO to 30 per cent less than any
oilier fertilizer sold, aud all kinds ot graiu
taken In exchange tor them, llefore pur
chasing your fertilizers call and givo them
a trial and savo time, money ami trouuie.
June .o i m.
I. W. Hartman it Son closo sham nt 8
o'clock every evening, except Saturdays.
The summer bargains nt I. W. Hartman
& Son's aro being picked up fast. Call
Dark dress goods, Imitation ot Do Lalns,
Sc. at I. W. Hartman & Son's,
Tho sateens at I. W. Hartman & Son's
havo a lino finish.
QPEK.N VIOTOIUA'S CIIOWW.
Tho ciown of Queen Victoria consists of
diamonds, pearls, rubies, sapphires aud
emeralds, set In silver aud gold. Its gross
weight Is 80 oz. 5 dwt. troy. Tho number
of diamonds are UfiS'i; pearU, 273;
rubles, 0; sapphires, 17) emeralds, 11. It
Is an old saying Uneasy lies tho head that
wears a crown. It Is oelter to wcur tho
crown of perfect health and peace of
mind through the curative effects of Per
rlno's Puro Uatloy Mi.lt Whiskey, For
sale by O. II. Itobbins, llloomsburg, Pa.
A Union Oonnty Deed.
A HOCUMENT THAT O0K.S HACK TO las
TITLE OV ADAM ANU EVK TO TUB
From the Ilarrlsburg 6tsr.
It is not often that any leual docu
ment is discovered tbat dates back to
tlio tii no of our original and highly
respectable, though sinful ancestors,
Adam mid live, but thcro is ono of that
character on fllo in tbo Frolbonotary's
oltico at J.ewiHuiirg, now tn Union, but
nncientiy in Northumberland county.
Tho following old deed is a rare curi
osity in tbo conveyancing line. Al
though tbo recitals, ns well ns tlio gen
eral form of the deed, aro long, yet it
is drawn with skill :
"This indenture made tbo ninth of
October, in tbo year of our Lord, one
thousand seven hundred and ninety
three, between Clara Helena Kllink-
buy sun, of tbo town of Lotusburu' in
tbo tcwnBhip of Buffalo, in tho county
of Nortuinberland and commonwealth
of Pennsylvania, widow, of the ono
part nnd Havel Iloaii, of tho town of
ouubury, in the couuty nnd common
wealth aforesaid, Inquire, of the other
"Wheiieas, Tho Creator of tho
Earth, by narolo and livery of seizin,
did enfeoff the parents of mankind to
wit, Adam and .hvc, ot all that certain
tract of land, called and known in tho
planetary system by tho namo of tbo
Earth, together with all and singular
tbo advantages, woods, waters, water
courses, casements, liberties, privileges,
and all others tho appurtenances what
soever there unto belonging, or in any
wiso appertainint', to havo nnd to hold
to them, tbo said Adam and Eve, and
tbo heirs of their bodies lawfully to bo
begotten, in fee-tail general forever, as
by said feoffment recorded by Moses,
in the first chapter of tho first book of
his records, commonly called uencsis,
more fully and at large appears on
reference being thereunto had : and
"WiiEitiiAS, Tlio said Adam and Kvo
died seized of the premises aforesaid
in feo-tail general, leaving issue, heirs
of their bodies, to wit, sons and daugh
ters, who entered into the samo prcmi
ses and became thereof Bci.cd as ten
ants in common by virtue of tho dona
tion aforesaid, and multiplied their
seed upon tbo earth ; and
"WiiEnEAs, In process of time, tho
hoira of tbo said Adam and Eve having
becomo very numerous, and finding it
to bo inconvenient to remain in com
mon as aforesaid, bethought them
selves to make partition of the lands
nnd tenements aforesaid to and among
themselves and they did accordingly
mako such partition; and whereas by
the virtue of tho said partition made
by tho heirs of tho said Adam and Eve
all tbat certain tract of land railed and
known on the plan of the said Earth
by the name of America, parcel of said
largo tract was allotted and set over
unto certain ol tho heirs aforesaid to
them and to their heirs general iu fee
simple, who entered into tho same and
became thereof seized as aforesaid in
their demise, as of fee, and
peopled tho samo allotted lands in sev
eralty and mado partition thereof to
and amongst their descendants. And,
Wiieueas, Afterwards now deem
ed in timo immemorial a certain uni
ted people called "Tbo Six Nations of
North America, heirs and descendants
of the said grantees of America, be
came seized, and for a long time where
of tho memory of man runneth not to
tho contrary have been seized in their
demesne as of 'ee, of and in a certain
tract oi country and land in tho north
division of Ainericr, called and k'lown
at orestnt on tho general plan of tho
said north division by the name of
"Whereas, The said united nations,
being so thereof seized afterwards, to
wit, in tho year of Our Lord ono thous
and seven hundred and eighty six, by
their certain deed of feoffment with
livery soizin, did grant, bargain, sell,
relerso, enfeoff, alien and confirm unto
Thomas Penn and Richard Penn,
otherwise called the Proprietaries of
Pennsylvania vamong other things), the
country called the Buffaloe Valloy, sit
uated on the south side ot the west
branch of tho river Susquahanua, par
cel of said country called Pennsylvania.'
Thus tbo deed runs on down to the
timo of its date 1793. It is properly
signed and sealed and in every respect
confoims to tbo strict letter of the law.
It wrs pcknowledged beforo 'William
3ray, Justice of tbo Peace, and record
ed by J. Simpson, at Sunbury, in Deed
Hook F, page 280, on November 3,
1793. Tho consideration was sixteen
pounds and ten shillings.
I do not believe that
has an equal as a euro
for Scrofulous Hu
mors. It Is pleasant
to take, gives strength
to tlio Iwdy, and pro
duces a more perma
nent result than any
meilieino I ever used.
K. Haines, North
I havo used Ayer's
Sarsuparllhi, In my
family, for Scrofula,
and know, if It la
taken faithfully it will
this terrible diseass.
For forty years I
havo suffered with
Erysipelas. I havo
tried various remedies
for my complaint, but
found nu lelief until
I commenced using
After taking tcu bot
tles of tills medicine I
am completely cured.
M, t). Amesbury,
I havo sulTerod, tor
years, from Catarrh,
which was so suvero
that It dostroyod my
appetite and weak
ened my system.
Alter tryiuir other
remedios, without ro
lluf, I began tu tako
and, iu a few months,
uascuioil, Husau L.
Cook, !KCI Albauy St.,
is superior tu auv
blood purifier that I
ever triod. I havo
taken it for Scrofula,
Canker, and Salt
ltheiim, and received
much beuollt from it.
It is good, also, for
a weak stomach.
Millie Janu 1'elrce, S,
I'reptriMl ty Dr, J, O. Ayrr k Co., Lowell, Uui,
1'rlcoSll tlx bottles, tS.
Tiotlco la hereby plventUat an application will
be made to the Governor ot l'enusj Ivanla on the
seventh day of August, issa, by Joseph bwellzer,
lierby and Kred T. lilttenbender, under the Act
of Assembly of tho uoininonweaitlio' I'ennsyiva.
nla entitled, "An Act to 1'roWde for the lucornoru.
.Inn n .. .1 I I o I Irtn nl llirtaln r'nrniirillnnall n
nroved Atirll uu. itfl.andlhe sueral suiudemen
thereto, for tho Incorporation ot "The (i.en I'll
uy." the character and oblecu of
which aru wining, preparing lor market, shlnpnuri
sellluir, purchabluir and otherwise dealing lu An
thracllu coal, and of leaslue, purchasing and hold
Ink' real estate connected therewith.
JVJ V, Yi, MVAUVlUilbli evueuvr,
T.Jtrr In redttat U from YtteUbU
proiacU thftt row In lM T ery tuBtrtt,
dom rwtit to
colds set tlo In
Nose, Throat, lironcbal Tubes. Alr-cclli
and Ludit Tissues, cousin? Count),
What Ilcne Iiivndo tlio Lima!
Pcrofuln, Catorrh-polsons, Sllcro-orpin-Isms,
Humors, nnd Illood Impurities.
Wlint nro tlio I'rlmnrv mimea t
Colds, Chronic Cough, Ilroncnltts, Conges
tion, Inflammation, Catarrh or ltay-Fcvcr,
Axthtnn, Pneumonln, Malaria, Measles,
w nooning cugu ana vtoup.
RKLIEVT.S QClCKLY.CCItF.fl IT.nif ANF.NTI.T
It Will slop that Coug hlnir, Tickling In
in yuur uxiircKiramiii ur npuin
Frothti Uionl-Stntncd Catarrhal
I'm (Matter) Yetlowkh CanhcrAUit
PhUam Tuhcrliular .Viioo-nnrul'nll
It prevent Docllne, Nlght-Hwcnta, Hectic-Fever,
and Death from Consumption.
25c, BOc, $1.00 0 bottles 5.00.
rrpanl at t)r. KUmf r' DlKtvnmrr, ninehamtun.
If. Y.'InralMB (Juld to Health" 7fcntYn).
HOLD I1Y A I.I, llltllUOISTK.
The Tou'ilk uhaim which scrofula has
upon tho system must bo arrested, and the
blood must be purified, or scilous conse
quences will ensue. For purifying nnd
vitalizing effects, Hood's Sarsaparilla has
been found superior to any other prepara
tion. It expels cvciy trnco of Impurity
from the blood, and bestows now lit c aud
vigor upon every function of the body, en
abling It to entirely ovcrcomo disease.
When ono sees the Impure fats thnt arc
sometimes used In soap making he Is in
clined tn doubt the cleansing qualities of
the soap. Drcydoppel's Boarax soap is
mado from the purest refined tallow, and Is
guaranteed pure nnd ncnltlilul. jjly-Ht.
JJodlly health and vigor may bo main
tained ns easily in tho heat of Summer, ns
In tho Winter months, if 'he blood is pnri
flcd aud vitalized with Ayer's Sarsapar'Ua.
Eveiy person who has used this remedy
has been greatly benefited. Tako It this
stop thnt cough that tick'' lg 'i tho throat I
Mop that consumptive condition I
You can bo cured 1 You can't arford to wait I
Dr. Kilmer's cough Cuio iuonsvmptlon oil)
will do It m"ckly rod permanently, wets.
Eveiy one should havo a copy of the
Mlkadc, and as the Mack Publishing Co.,
C28 Washington St., N. Y.. furnish it com.
pletc, with the music of the most popular
songs, for 10 cents, it is within easy reach
of a''. Ten beaullii'l cbromo cards are
sent with It, and they p-o not defaced by
having advertisements pilnted on the pic
tures. rIne president of tho Cambridge. Mass..
Firo Ins. Co., recommends Hood's Sarsi-
1 nrnia as a building up nnd strengthening
Parents, how would you like to be
chuckled under the chin and tickled to in
duce mcn-imcnt, " you had a large blister
on you 1 Think of your poor baby when
it is sore nnd blistered from dialings, and
get Dr. Hand's Chafing Powder. 2jc a box.
Piles blind, bleeding and itch'ng posi
tively cured by Darbys Prophylactic Fluid.
Uatbewitha little of the Fluid added to
tho water. A single application wi"' allay
the itching, soothe all inllammatlon, de
odorize all oilensivcness and staunch the
bleeding. Tetter and scald head are tpiickly
cured by Darbys Prophylactic Fluid.
"Iler features are not regular, yet what I
an attractive face she has I" It Is her
beautiful hair. Once it was thin, grayish
anil fading. A few bottles of Parker's
Hair Ualsam wrought the transformation.
it win uo as mucn lor anybody. j'J 4.
When I)by iru sick, girt, her CMtoria,
When the wu a Child, iho cried for Ca-torl.
When the fcecsme Miss, she clung to CastorU,
TTaeo the had Children, sbe gre them Cutori,
1 had clven mvself un ns lost because of
Inherited scrofula. Tried everything for
purifying the blood without benefit until I
used Parker's Tonic, nnd can truthfully
say that it has cured me. I still use it for
spien"lu ellcct on my general Health.
K. IiVnd, Chicago. j91t.
SPEKU'S WINK FOB CONSDM1TIVKS.
consumptive persons nre creatlv bene
fited by the use of Specr's Port Grape
wine, it elves nourishment when every-
thing else falls, and physicians prescribe
it as a lieu, mitwtlous wine. ITomlnent
physicians and members connected with
the New "iork Board of Health havo in
spected Specr's vineyards and wlno cellars
and speak of his products in the l-'chcst
teims. r or sale uy di ukcisis.
E. B. BROWER
GAS FITTING & STE'L IIKATINli
STOVES & TINWARE.
AH kinds of ork in Sheet Iron, Roof
ing aud hpotiting promptly
restrict attention given to heating by steam.
Corner of Main & East Sts.,
KEYSTONE ACADEMY !
John II. Hai:i:is, Pit. D. Fbincu'al.
K'OIITEENTU VJJAlt 11KGINS
AUGUST 24, 1886.
1'roperty cosU50,O00. Campus, so acres.
Library, over 3,ooo volumes.
ilorothan il.ooo in apparatus.
Superior facilities for students In rhyslology.
Location healthful. Instruction thorough, dis
cipline strict, expenses moderate, experienced
teachers, small clashes, personal attention.
Prepares for business, for collego .and for teach
ing, btudents prepared In Keystone ha e entered
Yale and Harvard unconditioned.
Separate building of brick, heated by steam, for
tho use ot ladles.
Students travel on tho D.L.& w. and branches
and on the l-ehlgh Valley at half rites.
For catalogue or Information address tho princi
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Drill, Cider Mill or any
thing Manufactured by
tlio Company, can
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