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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
The Luzcrno county fair will bo held at A narrow guago railroad from Glen
Wyoming on tlio Slst, 22d, 23d and 24th Mawr to Hlll9grovo by way of Eaglcsmcro
Co illicit Irnct.'CtlliiK
Is now proposed. From wbat Is reported
It Is safu to Bay that a railroad from somo
point on tlio W. & N. 11. It. It. to Eagles-
mero will bo constructed In tlio near fu
turc. This will do nway with tlio six miles
of Btaglng now necessary to reach that
Tho commercial men on ttm .t t,i m popular Summer resort, which will mako ,., . ,,, inln rr,ntmet with
Ccntro street will bo arrayed aaalnst those 11 mucU access and dd greatly . .. ii.chir.tm to build n culvert
on tho west In a gamo of base ball at tho 10 118 Prowitie popularity with pleasure ncros9 SoTCnt, nnt, Calharlno Btrecls, also
Dr. I. L. Habb U9es Dr. Clark's. .Tnnnnt-sn
King of Pain In citractlnir teeth. Ho has
good success with It. Teeth aro extracted
with scarcely any pain.
Ili.ooMeDum), August 0, '80.
Hegular meeting of Council called with
President U, Prnnk Zarr, and Messrs. Clark
Corel), Btcrncr and Sterling, members pros,
ont. Tlio commltteo on ditch from Iloyt
lluo 13 jail, via. Hnrman & llasscrt shops
and Bovcnth and Calharlno streets, report
Park Friday afternoon.
seokers. Sullimn Ucvtta.
This powder never vailes. A marvel of nurlty
strength anil wholcsomeness. .Mora economical
man ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In compo
tlon wlttattae multitude of low test, short wclnht.
alum or phosphate powders. Bold only In cans.
HOV1L IUKIHQ I'owdsu Co,. Wall BWN. Y.
OPERA HOUSES !
ONE NIGHT ONLY 1
Wednesday, Aug. 18.
AN EVENING OF JOY
With tho celebrated Comedian,
A eamo of tmsa ball was tilavcil Wwl lira.
day ntternoon between tho Amatucr club
and tho Exchange nlno rosultlnj: In a
Bcoro oi wu to 7 In favor of tho amatucr
A gamo of base ball was played at Sun.
bury Wednesday ol last week between the
Sunburyclub and tho Hcllanco of Ml
Carmel resulting In 12 to 0 In favor of Sun.
J. L. Glrton has built a largo black board
along tho side of his rcslaurnnt fronting that his luck was no worse,
on ucntrc street. Tho board will bo used
for a hill of fare for his restaurant, and ns
a bulletin for small advertisements.
Mo mlay morning ns Prof. Chas. J. Mac
Henrv and lady wcro returning from
Eagles Mere, when about three miles from
that place they found n huge tree ncross
tho road, having been blown down by tho
storm of tho previous evening, As It was
Impossible to drive nround It Mr. Mac
Henry rcturnod to Eagles Mere, procured
nn nxc and chopped oil tho tree, but as his'
avoirdupois was not sulllcicnt to enable
him to roll It out of tho road ho drovo over
tho log and proceeded tol)ushoro,rcjolclug
Notices havo been put up by the Town
Trcnsurcr, Wm. Chrlsman. that ho will be
at his ofllco In Moyer Hros. building, pre uoyanco
If nit advertising ngents could follow
tho example of Geo. P. Howell & Co., 10
Spruce St., New York, publishers and
others could bo saved a great deal of nn-
Tho 8th of this month wc rcn
pared to receive town taxes for 30 days,
commencing Thursday, August 12, 1880.
V. D. Dentlcr and J. V. Peacock havo
become tho managers of the Opera House.
Tho Beason opens on tho 18th. Inst, with
John Thompson's troup In "Around tho
World." It is fun from beginning to end.
dcrcd bill to tho nbovo named firm It was
marked on bill received August 0 and
check dated same day, which wo received
next day, August 10. This Is not nn ex
ccptlon for this firm but Is tho way wo al
ways have been treated when wo render a
bill. Our only complnintls that wo ennnot
send more frctjucnt bills.
Supported by tho gifted and talented young act
resses, vocaUsts and musicians,
Miss DOTIE NAGLE
Samuel Neyhard was confined to his bed
several weeks from being severely pois
oned. Ho had been on a surveying tour
and contracted It from tho Mercury vine.
Miss MOLLIE THOMPSON, siLodsMc'kncss Tucsday forllienrst
Original and Only Musical Extravaganza,
AROUND THE WORLD !
Being a Flood of I'lcasantrlcs In two acts,
AW .V ITS TESTH SUCCESSFUL YKMU
Admission, - 25, 05 & CO.
WTlie choice of scats can bo secured
without extra charge at Dentler's store.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1880.
COBIILCT RilLKOlD TMK TAHLK.
Trains on the Philadelphia It IS. leave Hupert
as follows :
6:36 a. m. 11:49 a. m.
3:42 p. in. 0:13 p. m.
Trains on the D. L. VY. H. It. lcavo Bioomsburg
:15 a. m. 8:'."J a. m.
Kb") a. in. 11:41a.m.
iXi p. in. 4:13 p. m.
o:3o p. in. 8:17 p. m.
Trains nn the N. V. 11. Hallway pass Bloom
Ferry as follows :
10:53 a. in. 12:05 p. m.
0.23 p. in. 4:15 p. m.
10:14 am 0:41pm
Skit. 4. N. U. Funk, administrator of
tho estate of Lydia Spoucnbcrg, late of
Mrlarcreck township, deceased, will sell
valuable personal property consisting of
ninety bushels of old wheat, beds and
Rev. L. Znhncr has tendered his resig
notion as Hector of St. Paul's P. E. Church,
and It has been accepted by tlio vestry.
Mr. Zahncr has accepted a call to the par
Ish of All Saints, Omaha, and will enter
upon his new Held of labor on November
A good substantial bridge lias been built
across Seventh street at Catharine street,
and tho ditch along Seventh street to Har
man & Hasscrt's jhns been deepened ; as
well also tho cross-dilch on East street at
Uarman & Hasserl's. This will now make
a good drainage for East street.
Jonathn Chromls of this town received
on the Gth Inst, ono thousand dollars from
tho U. II. Mutual Aid Society of Lebanon,
Po. in payment of a policy on tho llfo of
his wife. The policy wa3 taken out five
and a half years ago, and the amount paid
in by the assured was $109.50 This Is
Skating rlnks seem to have had a short
durullon. The last sacrifice was at Colum
bia, Lancaster county. Tho rink there cost
new about $0,000. It was sold last week
for $710. Besides tho building the pur
chaser received 17 dozen chairs, 287 pair
of skates, 3 Seaman gas lamps and tho
steam heating apparatus.
E. Ii. licishlinc has been appointed store
keeper and gauger at 11. F. Edgar's dis
tillery In Flshlngcrcck township. He had
several competitors for tho position, all ex
cellent men, but he succeeded iu capturing
the prize. He Is a young man of sobriety
John Thompson will appear at the Opera
House on the evening of tho 18th. Tho
Preis has tho following to say about his
Tho musical extravaganza, "Around the
World," may bo classified as a dramatic
gem. 'lho performance Is remarkably
pure In tono j musical, both instrumental
and vocal. The characters arc all natural,
being taken from every day life ; the
artists aro experienced and finished. There
is no play hko It nn the stagu lu construct
ion, plot and purposes, and tho entire per
formance Is ns successful ns It Is original.
bedding, and a lot of household furniture I and Intelligence and will no doubt fill the
at lu a. m.
Acciust 12. Mrs. Lavinn Hendcrshott
will sell personal property at her residence
on Market street, nt 1 o'clock p. m.
Acouar 20. Jncob Geisluger, admlnis
trator, will sell vnlunblc personal property
at tho late residence of Ell Penlcr, dee'd,
in Pcalertown, Flshlngcrcck township, nt
10 o'clock a. m.
place with cntiro satisfaction.
For Bale A good farm near Light
Street containing over 97 acres, well fenced,
and in a good state of cultivation. Also a
timber tract of 75 acres lu Jackson town
ship. Also 1 whcelbarrow.l Scotch harrow,
1 cutting box, I Bet buggy harness, and
numerous other things will be sold cheap.
Apply to O. W. Haktcu,
tt Woomsburg, Pa.
Foil Sale. One now Sloan sldo bar
buggy. One bloan jump-seat carriage In
good condition with shafts.pole and brake.
Ono old buggy Ono double heater. In
tiulre of L. E. Waller. julyO
Fon Saw. Tho undersigned will sell 4()
or 60 acres, more or less, to suit purchas
ers, from the south sldo of his farm iu
Hemlock township. Three good springs
of water, good ouildlug site, public road
through the land, about 5 acres of timber,
small stream of water through land. Price
10 per aero In payments. For particulars
inquire of Heubcn Bomboy, lluckhoru, or
Geo. E. Elwcll, Blooinsburg. J4,0 mos.
Foil Sals. A yery dcsirnblo property,
on Market street In tho town of Blooms,
burg, Pa. nearly opposite Hev. D. J.
Waller. Lot 01 feet In width and 198 feet
In depth. An alley on tho north and cast,
lot of D. J. Waller on the south. Market
street on the west. Tho dwelling houso is
a largo 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 Pino street, n good
two story frame dwelling houso with two
story kitchen attached.
Michael F Eyeiilt
April 7. "80. tf. liloomsburg, Pa.
Some of our exchanges arc printing the
law of the road lo the effect that In driviue
should one see that his horse Is liable to be
filghteucd by a bicycle ho can, by raising
his hand three times, ctuso the bicycle
rider to dismount. This is a very easy
way to avoid n runaway, to bo sure, If the
bicycle mail only knows tho law.
A meeting composed of the publishers
of the Wilkes-Ilarre papers was held last
Wednesday, at which tinio n resolution was
passed to hold a plc-nlc. M. E. Sanders,
Itobert Huur and Dan Hoytwero appointed
a commltteo to get n location and fix tune
for holding the picnic.
At a later meeting it was resolved to hold
the pic nic at Glen Onoko, Thursday, Sep
Pelcr W. Cole of Greenwood township
has purchased from the heirs of Nicholas
Cole deceased, a tract of land in that town
ship containing 151 ncres. About forty
acres aro cleared, and it Is fluu land.
There is a large quantity of plno and
chestnut limber on the balance. Mr. Colo
desires to sell It, and It is a good chance
for nny one who wants to buy. Wrlto to
him for terms.
The young peoplo of the town held a
picnic Iu Oak Grove, Tucsday. Tho ladles
were tuken out to tho grovo In the after
noon by lluckalcw's largo band wagon.
Tho young men went out soon after sup
per. In the evening tho party Indulged In
dnnclng. Music was furnished by Meth
erell's oichestrn, and ull were delighted
with It. Tho strolling German band, of
seven pieces, also furnished music.
List of leticrs retnainlug In the l'03t Of
rlcuat liloomsburg for week ending Aug.
10, 188 U:
Mr Cvrus Jacobs, Mr. C. F. Kull, Miss
Clara It. Shaffer.
W. E. Durham, Johu W. Gardner.
Persons calling for thesu letters will
please say "advertised."
GsoiiaK A. Cubic, P. M.
Plymouth, in Luzcrno county, can boast
of the roost pro) 1 lie family perhaps In the
State. The wife of a man by the name of
HrlTVrson has surrounded him with a
numerous family and all at live births
About thirteen years ago Mrs. HelTerson
gave birth to twins, In two years from that
happy event she again presented her hus
band with twins, again with triplets nnd a
second time with triplets, nnd on lust Sun
day evening she gave birth to lriplcts,mak.
ing in nil a family of thirteen. The
children arc nil alive and well, and the
happy mother Is getting along nicely at
last accounts. The father is doing as well
ns could reasonably be expected under the
ciicumstanccs. Wyoming Jkmocrut.
An inyesllgution was made into the
clinrge against an engineer of the I). L. &
W. IS. K. of blowing his whistle just before
meeting a four horse team in the Hupert
narrows two weeks ago, and resulted in
exonerating him from nny blame. Ho
stated that he did not sec the team, and as
ho blew the whistle at a point where It was
necessary iu order to notify tho switch
engine at Hupert of his npproach, so that
it would bo out of tho wny, his action was
simply In discharge of his duty. As soon
as his attention was called to tho fact that
the horses wcro frightened he ceased blow.
Ing lho whistle. Our (list information
cnnio from a person who was in the bus,
nnd our present informant gives tho en
ginccr's side of the story.
Since so much attention has been given
to tho "Uluc Law" the Mauch Chunk Don.
ocraf publishes nn old English law in regard
to suicides, which has ucver been repealed,
and suggest that the advocates of tho
"Bluu Law" iu reference to Sunday, should
also sen that this law In regard to suiclaes
Bhould be vigorously enforced. The law is
as follows: "Any person taking his or her
life, the Coroner shall take possession of
the body, and hold an Inquest thereon, re
futing to deliver possession to the relatives
or friends. Following tho inmiest, tho
body 9hall be impaled In tho public high
way at a cross roads where it shall remain
for a space of twenty-four hours. From
thence it shall be taken nnd interred in nn
unknown and unmnrked grave."
Tho Wymnltuj Democrat, published at
Tunkhannock, referring to the Auditor's
report of the llnauces of tho borough
as advertised in Its columns, says:
It Is well worthy of careful consider
atlou when wo tako into account tho fact
that tax-payers are now burdened with
taxes aggregating a Utile over 3 per cent,
on the assessed valuation of their property,
which is more than the Interest paid by
the general government on some classes of
Its bonds. At this rate a man would be
come binkrupt in time who depended upon
Interest upon bonds for his Income. No
community can be prosperous that is bur
dened with such high taxes, and there cei-
talnly must be leaks some where, and per
haps In many places, to fasten upon tho
property holders such nn exorbitant lax
This Is nearly one.fourth moie than tho
people aro taxed in this community.
for thelbulldlngof a catch b.isln on south
sldo of 1). Ii. & W. It. It. on cast sldu of
E nt street, for tho sum of $85, less tho
amount of stono ho used, which were taken
nut of nn old culvert across Seventh street,
near Catharine. Tho culvert and catch
basin nro now completed so far ns relates
to tho work by Mr. Baclunan, and as to tho
balanco of the ditch the commltteo reports
On motion a building permit was grant
ed to O. H. Martin, In accordance with his
On motion a commltteo was appointed
to dispose of tho deep gutter ncross Fifth
street at Calharlno Street, with power to
act In conjunction with tho town surveyor.
Messrs. Clark and Sterling wcro appointed
Motion made by Mr. Clark that thu com
missioner of highways cobble the gutter on
tho east side of Iron street, from Fourth
street north ns fnr as It washes.
On motion It was ordered that tho super
intendent of sewer enforce thu newer ordi
nance with referenco to butchers and oth
crs discharging Improper matter into the
sewer, such as entrails of animals, vegeta
ble peelings, &c, ho shall servo each
butcher with a copy of tho sewer ordinance
and notify them that a violation of said or
dinance, by them will subject them to such
lino as may bo Imposed upon them, und
further that lie notify the butchers of the
to.vn, not to slaughter nny animals within
the limits of the "built up" and suburban
limits of the town, contrary to ordinance
A petition was presorted by 28 mer
chants of thu town nsking that an ordl-
nanuu Im parsed pieventlng thu vending of
goods, .to., on thu streets by non-residents
without a license, contrary to law. That
council pass an ordinance prohibiting all
pernios from exposing to sale In any street
or alley, or in any part of town, as hawk
crs, puldlers, or traveling merchants, any
good, wares or merchandise. On motion
the nellllnii was received nnd to bo sub
mitted to the solictor for hU advice, and
acted u.ioii at next meeting.
The Commissioner of highways made his
report for the month of July, which shows
labor done to lho nmouut of 110.48 nnd
further reports that he has leveled off tho
streets over nnd along lho pipe of the
Electric Light und Steam Healing Con1
pn'ny, according to resolutions ot May 7th
1880 said work amounting to 74.05 in
cluding 20 per cent added.
On motion the report was received, nnd
Secretary directed to issue orders for the
amounts due, nnd the Secretary was fur.
ther Instructed tn chnrgo up the amount
against the Steam Heating nnd Electric
Light Co., and present bill to said company
and demand immediate payment.
On motion tho following bills were pre
sented and Secretary Instructed to draw
orders for tho same:
Tho now railroad seems to bo all tho talk.
Contractor Cohlll has upwards of 00 men
working on the now road about ono mllo
cast of Jcrseytown. Thoy nro opening up
n deep cut through rock. Tho distance
through this cut will bo somo 200 yards nt
least. Tho workmen started in on thu
northeast flldo of tho high point and havo
worked their way pretty nearly to tho
contro or half way. At their present posl.
tlon tho cut Is nearly 40 feet deep. Tho
depth nt the highest point will be over CO
feet. The rock Is being blnsted with dyna.
mlto nnd with good effect, tearing It out
In lnrgo bodies. The rock nnd earth nro
carted back quite a distance, filling up n
largo ravine, In which is a Binnll Btrcam of
wat:r and over which a substantial culvert
is being built. This road tho Watson,
town and Wllkcsbarrc rail road has been
contracted to bo completed as far as Mill-
vlllc by tho 1st. of December next, and tho
balanco of the road, to the town of Shlck
shinny, will bo pushed rapidly along. Tho
Madison peoplo nro highly delighted with
the Idea of having n railroad pass through
thr-tr township. Hundreds of people visit
the work every week, thinking It can't bo
posslblo that the "Iron horse" will ever
como so nenr them. Tho Hungarians nil
seem happy In good cheer and receive
their S1.25 per day promptly on pay -days.
It is reported that a large portion of this
road can bo very easily constructed and
with comparatively light expenses. The
peoplo of Washlngtoiivlllo and Jcrseytown
feel really more Interest In the rond lhan
tho farmers through whoso lands It must
pass, but then tho lanvy land owners,
while they are loath to give up their broad
acres say, "go ahead and build the rond."
Our old friends A. K. Smith, B. F. Fruit
C. Krnmcr. Wm. Jingles, Drs. Swisher
nnd Fruit, and others, renders of the Col.
umuian, nro all moviug along In the "even
tenor of their way," nnd ranking money
All the farmers of Madison speak highly
of their crops aud tho good success they
had In gathering them. The corn yet prom
Blooinsburg Water Co.
Jackson & Wooden Mfg. Co , Iron
Moyer llios., cement,
Elwcll & Hillenbender, tax notices,
Charles Krug, lumber,
Frank Sloan, asstlng in leveling,
I). Laycock, chief of police,
Wesley Knorr, assistant police,
G. B. Mai tin, smithing,
John S. Butler, lumber,"
Hnrman it Hassert,iron sewer pipe
M. C. Woodward, constable and
serving tnx notices
Fi eight on sewer pipe,
Samuel Neyhard, See'y's Ealury,
malting tnx list,
" " engineering,
Jonathan Baehmnn, build'g culvcit
l'or TIiohc WHo Sleep in Clutrcli.
A physician who was asked for reasons
why peoplo become drowsy in church, and
If there was nny remedy for chronic cases
said that the drowsy feeling In church was
often duo to bad construction, to overheat'
Ing and to the general quiet and composing
surrouudlngs. "1 havo often," Bald he,
"advised patients of mine who aro troubled
with insomnia to try a quiet church where
the preacher was not too energetic In his
manner, nnd In most cases the result has
been gratifying. The poor man who has
become almost wild through want of sleep
generally obtains relief and falls oil into a
gentlo and refreshing slumber. Many
peoplo suffering this way take a ride in a
railroad train for relief, and often get it
but nothing has succeeded so well as the
Sunday morning service in a quiet church
It these people, howover, who do not need
to sleep in church and do not want
would drink very strong tea or coffee be
fore going to tho church they might find It
effective, but by no means healthy. Why
do you sco the bald heads nodding most
In church? Bccauso the old arc more sus
ccptlblo to the Inllucncc of such surround
ingV The women seldom go lo sleep, be
cause they nro so dressed that to sleep
would be almost impossible. If tho men
would lace themselves up tight they might
keep awake, too, but lu the words of Gen
era! Knickerbocker, "They cawn't do It
Thompson's "Cure for tho Blues'
administer at tho Opera Houso on Wcdnes
day night the 18tb. To say tho cure Is a
"sure oue" is putting it extremely mild,
judging fiom it3 effects upon tho audiences
I'crHoiuu. "Around tho World" Is a splendid suc-
Tho Benton Agricultural Society will cess, and John Thompson, In all tho varied
hold lis Third Annual Fair at Benton, Oc- characterizations which belong to thu pro-
tobcr 0, 7, 8 nnd 9, 18S0-Weilne3day, ducllou, Is inimitable and without a rival.
n.i a.,., i'.;,io.. nml Kniiinlnv. Lnst Tn ai'n lilm Is to smile, and to hear him
.. , V,.(ira exhibits were better than tho lnltla1 and be with him throughout all his maicii
Miss Hastings Is visiting Miss Eva
Mrs. S. Henderson (nee Jennie Wells)
was in town Tuesday.
Miss Clara Kuhu, of Easton, is
of Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Kuhn.
Hcv. F. P. Manhart Is spending part of
his vacation at Asbury Park.
I. B. Kuhn returned Tuesday from a trip
to Buffalo, where ho was lookiug after cat
year, and It Is expected that this will bo 1CS8 dellueatlons of French, German. Irish,
better lhnn last year. Thoro Is a good Chinese, Italian, English aud Dutch rcpre-
rich farming community about licnton, sentatlou is to laugu anu grow iui w.o.u
and there U no rosson why they should
not make their exhibitions a grand success.
Consumption in mostcases is not heredi
tary, but results from protracted colds
which induce catarrh, n disease which
surely leads to consumption. Keller's Ca-
tarrh Hcmedy Is tho only sure cure in the
Clieaiier Stumped UnveloiicM.
A c'ucular was lately received by Postal
Inspector Barret from 'third Assistant
Postmaster General A. D. Hnzen which
states that n contract has been muilo at
greatly reduced rates for furnishing tho
department with stnmped envelopes and
newspaper wrappers for four years, begin
nlng October 1, 18S0. A corresponding
reduction will accordingly be made, to tako
effect on and after that date, In the price
of stamped envelopes Issued for salo to the
public. A number of new styles and sizes
of envelopes havo been added to the list
to meet tho wants of tho public and tho
new schedule of prices will be furnished
to postmasters early In September.
Meanwhile postmasters arc urged to use
every effort to exhaust their present supply
and to mako requisitions on tho depart
ment only to cover actual requirements to
the closo of thu present quarter In order
that the public may have tho benefits of
the new rates everywhere at tho same time.
In CU9C3 where tho supply of stamped cu
vclopcs now in tho hands of postmasters Is
found to bo more thau sufficient to last
until October 1, the surplus may be sold to
or exchanged with neighboring postmas
ters who may need the envelopes. Such
sales need not be specially reported to tho
Exchanges must not, however, bo mndo
bv liostmustcrs for pilvato parties. No
abatemeul In prlco will bo allowed cu
stamped envelopes remaining on hand on
September 30, nnd tho return of such en
vclopcs to tlio department will not be per
mltted. Tlio reduction In rates will ouly
effect largo quantities and not slnglo pur
chuscs of stamped envelopes.
Tho B. & S. Hnllroad ha3 passed from
wind work to a reality. Our people now
hnvo faith In its speedy construction. Tin
Wntsontown road seems to be a ilval for
lioint nt or nenr Benton, but the latte
company appears to have been outgeneral
by tho former by the grading of their road,
at and near tho crossing, above Orangevllle,
We believe both roads will be highly bene'
flclal lo our commnnlty, though they may
bo detrimental to somo Individuals along
tho lines. It is thought by many that th
Wntsontown company will yet tako tho
Iluulock's Creek nnd Muncy route from
point near Stillwater. No doubt it would
facilitate a larger population, open
greater resources and have better access
to tho lumber trade in the vicinity, both
north nnd east of lliuveyyille.
Expensive luxuries this season of the
year: trout; delicious though they are.
Lauo Headden's horse died from lung
fever last week. J. C. Tubbs drovo it a
trip up tho river and it was taken sick on
the home road.
Hie corn crop will bo a partial failure.
Other crops are abundant.
The berry crop on tho mouutaln was tol
erably good aud rattlesnakes overly abund
ant. A party from Cambra killed two
monsters und brought Id that place for ex
hibition. .Many did not go for berries for
fear of these serpents.
Tlic licHt lu tlic Market.
Wc would remind our fricuds and former
patrons and tho public generally, that we
are still handling D. M. Osborno & Co's
Heaners. Mowers and Hinders, ot wuicn
wc havo on hand a full line, covering all
the latest Improvements, wulcli nro aducil
to tlieso excellent machines every vcar.
Wo keen constantly on hand a lino of
extras for tho abovo machines nnd make
specialty of rcpalrlng,not only the Osborno
inacniucs, um an amus oi muwiug uuu
Wo have always on Hand n tun lluo oi
knives for all makes of machines. Wo
havo a laruo stock of tho very best ot bluu-
cr twlno.whlch we nro offering for 15 cents
per. pound, lnvltlug uu to examine our
macuincs ueioro purcnasing c suwocru wu
aro respectfully Hahman & Hassmit.
Tlio New Muuuy Order Schedule.
On Thursday of next week Berwick will
eclcbrato her Centennial Anniversary. Tho
veteran association of tho (Iro counties
will hold lis annual Camp Flro at Berwick
on that day, nnd hundreds of other soldiers
111 bo present j tho association embraces
tho counties of Wayne, Susquehanna,
Luzerne, Lackawnnna and Wyoming nt
this meeting Columbia county will bo ad
mitted Into tho association upon applica
tion. Organized bodies of Masons, Odd
Fellows, Bons of Veterans, P. O. B. of A.,
Ircmcn nnd other organizations will bo
present to usslst lu making It a great day
In tho history of Berwick.
Gov. Paulson, Ex-Govb. Curtln, Hoyt,
Hurtrnnft nnd Pollock, Hon. C. It. Buckn-
lew, Gen. Osborne, Col. A. Wilson Norrls
and a number of prominent public men
have been Invited.
The parade will form at Mi30 sharp and
tt Is expected to bo one of tho longest
parades ever seen l. this section.
A gamo of base ball will bo called at 4
o'clock between tho Berwick nnd Hnzcltou
Slate Normal Hctioul.
The State Normal School ot lho Sixth
District, at. Blooinsburg, will begin tho
tall term Tucsday, August 31st, 1830. The
new building containing twenty-six lcclla-
tlon rooms greatly Improves tho facilities
for teaching. The steam heating apparatus
has been much Improved and connected
with lho boilers of lho Blooinsburg Sleum
and Electric Light Co. For the seventh
consecutlvo time it Is true that "the num
ber of students Inst year was larger than
over before." Although tho Senior class
was larger than ever before It, all were up.
proved by tho State Board of Examiners.
Candidates for the Senior class will bo ex
amined nt the opening of tho year In the
Junior studies, nnd that examination in
those branches will bo final : thus the Sen
iors will bo relieved of much uuxlcty, and
undue pressure. Fivo students of last
year havo already hi en admitted to college-
Students haying a card trom the Principal
get half faro on lho L. V., Heading, and
D. L. & W. It. Hs. Full professional stand
ing as teacher is given by the diploma.
For catalogue address
Hev. D. J. Waiikr, Jit.,
Tlic SuHqueliiiiina River.
The Susquehanna river, which forms
the southwestern boundery of Lancaster
county, has no superior in size from the
gulf of St. Lawrence to the Mississippi's
mouth. It is 422 miles long and drains an
area of nearly 27,000 squaro miles, 19711
In Pennsylvania, 0,207 in New York and
255 in Maryland. Col. Taggart, of Nor-
thumberland, who has been giving somo
attention to statistics of this kind lately,
finds thnt tlio Susquehanna at Otsego lake,
is 1,193 feet above tide water. At To
wandn It Is 700 feet; at Wllkcs-Banc 521;
at Northumberland 420; at Harrisburg 298;
at tho State line G9 feet. In tho last 59
miles of Its course it falls 200 feet, an nv
erago of 4 feet to the mile, while In the
other 303 miles the fall is but little more
than 2 feet to tho mile. This reverses the
usual order, nnd is not favorable to navi
gation. Tho average rainfall In the basin
of the Susquehanna Is 39 or 49 Inches n
year, 10 iu Spring, 12 In Summer, 0 or 10
in Autumn nnd 8 In Winter. Ilarritburti
Coal t coal 1 1 Coal ! I !
Now Is the time to purchase your Fulj
and Winter coal, as we propose furnishing
stove coal, in car lots, say five or six tons,
tho same as furnished on the D. L. & W.
H. It., 2240 lbs. to the ton, each ton to be I
weighed by Fairbanks' scales. All coal I
from the Lcc Mines White Ash.
O. A. Jacohy.
Port Noble, August 13, 1880. St.
The First Sign
Of falling health, whether In tho form of
Night Sweats nnd Nervousness, or In n
senso of General Weariness and Loss ot
Appetite, should nuggest ktho uso ot
Aycr's Snrsapnrllln. This preparation
Is most cffcctlvo for giving tono aud
strength to tlio enfeebled system, pro
moting tho digestion and assimilation of
food, restoring tho nervous forces to
their normal condition, and for purify
ing, enriching, and vitalizing tho blood.
Ten years ago my health began to fall.
I wan troubled with a illitrcsslng Cough,
Night Sweats, Weakness, and Nervous
ness. I tried various remedies pro
scribed by different physicians, but
liccnmo so weak thnt I could not go up
ntalrs without stopping to rest. My
friends recommended mo to try Aycrft
Sarsaparllla, which I did, and I mil now
as healthy and strong ns over. Mrs.
K. L. Williams, Alexandria, Minn.
I havo used Ayer's Sarsaparllla. In my
family, for Bcrofula, and know, if It 14
taken faithfully, thnt It will thoroughly
eradicate this tcrrlblo disease. 1 havo
nlso prescribed It as u tonic, ns well as an
alterative, and must say that I honestly
believe it to b tho best blood mcillclno
nvorco!iiKunded. W. F. Fowler, M. 1).,
I). 1). S Greenville, Tcnn.
It would bo lnmosslblo for mo to de
scribe wlut I suffered from Indigestion
ami Hcndiwlio up to tlx) time 1 licgau
taking Ayer's HarsnpnrUla. I was under
tho caro of various physicians, and trlod
n great many kinds of medicines, but
novor obtained more than temporary re
lief After taking Ayer's Sarsaparllla
fnr a short time, my hcadacbo disap
peared, and my stomach performed Strt
duties moro perfectly. To-day my
health Is completely restored. Mary
Hurley, Springlleld, Mass.
I havo been greatly benofltcd by tho
prompt uso of Ayer's Sarsaparllla. It
tones and Invigorates lho system, regu
lates the action of tho digestive nnd
assimilative organs, nnd vitalizes tlio
blood. It is, without doubt, the most
reliable blood purifier yet discovered.
II. 1). Johnson, &ej Atlantic avenue,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayi r fc Co., Lowell, Mi.
Prlco 81 1 six bottles, S3.
"Hello 1 Hello 1" "Well, what is It ?
"What did you uso on your oats llils
snrluir ?" Moro Phillips' soluble bone.
Did you uso the Baiue on your potatoes ?'
"ISO. What did vou uso t" "biiarpiess
Carpenter's No. 1 bone, it makes them get.
don't it 'r" "Yen, sir." "Hello 1 there is
some one ringing In on us. what do you
want ? ' Will it suit you to bring me a load
of fertilizer up to-morrow ?" "Where do
you want me to get it ?' Down nt the
Formers' Produce Exchange. "They don't
keep It do they f" "O, yes they do, why
vou can get anything vou want there." "Is
Hint so V" "Yes sir, vou can get Lister
Bros' ammonlatcd bone. Lister Bros.' U. S.
E. bone. E. Frank Coe's Knickerbocker
soluble. Pacific guano, Allentown complete
none phosphate. Jioro runups' super pnos.
Dlmte oi I line. Diamond hone, .Moro rim
lips' soluble bone Oermnn potash, John F.
Orlh's Heading bone, Sharplcss & Carpcn
Icr's No. 1 hone, sliarnless & Uarncnler';
acid nhostihate. M L. Shoemaker i!S Co
swift sure. All the above goods arc sold
nt Irom 20 to 30 per cent less than any
oilier fertilizer sold, nnd all kinds of grain
taken in exchange for them. Before pur
chasing your fertilizers call and give tfem
a trial nnd save lime, money and trouble.
June 25 1 in.
Farmers lu wnnt of grain drills can save
money by calling on mo, as I will sell IJie
best drills at nearly cost; also Lister Bros,
phosphate, as low us cau be bought in the
State. Oivo me a call. P. C. SniVE. 3t.
NATURE'! A RELIABLE B EXIST
CURE FOR Terp4 urn,
It Is certain lu Its effect.
It Is gentle In Its action. It
is palatable to tho l&Ble.
It can ton relled.upon to
cure, and It cures br assist
ing, not uy uuiiit"s, "7
turc. f)o not tako violent
tttinritlvca rourselves, or
nllow your children to take
CinV-Hoaflanrin . 5Ay!."r.f.l !
gnnt plinrinaccutlcal prep
srnllon, which has been for
mnin than lorty years a
nVODCDCIl public favorite. Hold by
U I O f t r O I R. 'ill druggists everywhere
AATANTKll.-I want you lo do parlor wort for
W m it Ttinr own linme: nlenty work: good
p.iy; 11 per piece; all materials Irep, A. Ixjvk,
llei clarnl, O, auglsNl
Ncwppaper Advertising liurcau, lo Spruce 8UN.V.'
Thli tnilltntlnn lK(d tWllllmirorl.r.,cloMi
II. IhlrlMlelilh jrer Jun 17th., nsijn'tlnr a c'au
o! twenfr-nlne. It U a lln school Ijrbolh m m,
abreast ot the act. and urnl.lifS the belt faelllllea
forthoronih Imlrnrtlon In Untusirti, literaipre,
flelrnee, Malhematlci. Mnllo and Art. 11 profldea
fUMrenlarconneaotitndr and confer! derreef.
Hi bnlldlniri are larire and healed with "team. It
ulrei discount! to minister! and teacher!. llJfi
year fin tor board, si aihlne, llsiij, heal and fully
tiirnlibed room. Fall term beglni August 50. Lata,
louue may be had byaddresslnn .
" nEV. E..UIIAY.D. D.( Frisldent.
IRON HOOFING CO.
CoiiuroArKP, 'MMm Kdok, ciiowl's patknt,
1'I.AIN AND CAI.A1IINKU
Iron & Steel Roofing & Siding.
Then; lootings wo lay on solid sbeatning, on pur
ilns,on ironwork, or over old shingles or Rlaw.
Wo havo in our employ good and experienced
roorers whom wo will send out as lnstractora to
tiinn u-i,n tnnv wih tn lnv their own roonng. pur
chasers paying men's railroad tr v and time. We
..... ...... Z n .n .,u.fi.n.l . HM. 11.1(1
weight. Kstlmitesglvcn and contracts taken for
rooflngs and sidings, laid and completed. 8atla
f.ictlon guaranteed on all work done by us.. Caliu
m ned Iron and steel roonngs inado to order at
snort notice. .
l'll lbiul lliul luiunisu w..
fOfllce and factory near Lehigh valley depot,
Dock bt. Telephone connection- auga am
Opens Dth menu, 14th. Thirty minutes from
liroadt-t. Stntlo:i, Philadelphia. Under the care
of Friends, but all others admitted. Full college
courso for both scxe,': Classical, tscienimc uuu ui
ernty. Also n Mauual Training and a preparatory
BChool. lleallhtul locetlon, large grounds, new
and extensive buildings snd apparatus. For cat.
aloguo and full particulars, address EDW A15D II.
MAU1LL, A. -M., I'rea't. JiO-9t.
mo THE HOLDERS OF THE BONDS
X OK TIIR MOOMSBdin STATK NORMAL 8CU00L,
BF.Cl'KXll 11V HKST MOKTOAIIK, IIATKD SEITAMBKR 1,
18HS: , . ,
Notice Is hereby gl en that tho principal and In
terest on bonds Noa. Jfl and 50 and the interest on
all other of said llonds outstanding up to bept. 1,
lssD. will bo paid on presentation ot the same to
t ho Treasurer, at his onico In liloomsburg, at any
tlmo within nrteen days from September 1, IBtt.
It bonds are not presented by October 1. iss,
the Interest win be defaulted and applied on pay
ment ot principal debt. II. J. cLAltk,
augu tt Treasurer
vent in, lot nt rim fntnmisslnneni office on Fri
day, August 27, A. 1). lSKfi, at s o'clock p. m. A
new bridge to be erected over Hilar creek, near
tho residence of Wm. Hoott, In centre township.
To bo a wooden brace covered brhlgo 30 feet long
between abutment, is feet wldd trom out to out.
Abutments to be built by contractor so as to admit
of bkewback three feet from lop of wall plate- and
V feet high above lower water mark to top of wall
plate, w ing wans 10 ueo leet iuub uu nuin
uml to be three feet above grade ot road. All nn-
luir to be none oy conn aciur. iuo wiuintiaoiuutia
inrifl !lr rltrhl. tn relect. linv or all bids.
and applications can bo seen at the offlce of lho
County Coininli-Joncrs, liioomsDU
I'M MKS11KNUAIX. I
Conunltloners onice, liloomsburg, l'a., Aug. .3, no.
Attest John 1). Casey, Clerk.
On information laid by E. P. Albcrtson,
of Benton, h warrant was issued ono day
last week by G. V. Ilirleman, Esq., of that
village, for the arrest of Hcv. D. SI. Klclcr,
the charge being that he caught trout out of
season. Before the warrant was served
another ono was Usual by M. McIIcnry,
Esq., at Stillwater, against the same party
on tho samo charge, and Mr. Kluter was
arrested on this, and Saturday afternoon
was llxed for ti hearing. On Saturday
morning Mr. Kinter was arrested on the
warrant Issued by Esq. Ilirleman and ta
li en beforo him. 'Witnesses were heard
and among them n lady who testified that
slio cooked 20 trout for Mr. Kinter on lho
10th of July. A line of 200 was imposed
by tho Justice, with costs. Wo are In
formed that the hearing before Esq. Mc
IIcnry wn3 postponed until Borne day this
week. Mr. Kinter claims that he caught
all the trout but one on tho lSth.
The Voice of the People. The people,
as a whole, seldom make mistakes, and
the unanimous voice of praise which comes
from those who have used Hood's Sarsa
parilla, fully justltlcs tlio claims of the
proprietors of this great medicine. In
deed, thoso verv claims ure based entirely
on what tho people say Hood's Sarsaparllla
has tloiio lor them. Kcad tne uiiuniiiini ev
idence of its curative powers, nnd give It a
fair, honest trial.
E.MIOIisKXIKNT OK Sl'KEll's WlN
Faculty of N. Y. Wc. lho com;
physicians requested to examine into the
merits, and report on uio wine oi Aiircu
Sneer, have given our spi cial attention to
his Port crape und Burgundy and report
upon tlieso wines made from the Oporto
grape In his own vineyard us follows: The
wine is strictly pure, acceptable In llavor,
palatable and has n rich body
First Wo are all satisfied of lis puiity.
having been through his vlneyurds, and
waiehouscs and cellars dining Ibc grape
seasons, und seen the method of Its pro
duction anil preservation.
Second It is ciiunl to the best Imported
foreign wines, unit wo ure nil satisfied that
It can. with safety bo recommended lo in
vnlids ns nn urticlc well calculated for
their uso where wino is needed.
Alex. B. Molt. M. D.. 02 Madison Ave,
Professor Bellevuo Hospital Medical Col
lege. N. Y. Citv.
E. II. Janes. M. D ot the Board of
Health, N. Y. City.
Charles Sherman. M. D., Medical Super.
intendenl, N. Y. Association for thu sick
Wm. H. llayncs. M, 1) , House Physi
cian, Presbyterian Hospital, N. Y. City.
in im let. near tho residence of Peter Fisher.
In Ileal er township on Saturday. August 2S, A. U.
1S8U, at ono o'clock p. m., a new bridge to be,
erected over catawlssa creek, near Peter b lshera
lu Heaver township. To be a woolen Uraco cov
ered bridge, ISO feet long between abutments, 16
feet wide from out to out, Abutments to bo built
by contractor so as to admit of svewback three
feet trom top of wall plate and u feet high above
low water mark to top of wall plat. ing walls
to bo 8 feet lung on south sldo and 10 leet long on
north sldo ot bridgo and to be three feet above
grade of road, l'lcr In centre, 18 leet attha bot
tom, 10 leet at tho top and 6 feet thick. All ailing
to bo done by lho contractor. Tho commissioners
reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Plans
ana specincations can uu seen atuwuHaoui w
NK ii v tiikI county Commissioners, liloomsburg, l a.
,.,!,, .,f KTEl'IIKN POHE, )
immlttce of Washington l'Altlt, J-co.
151 J JUKNUK.N
ners' oniee, Ida
lohn 11. Casey, i
1) ULE ON 1IEIUS.
VI I MKNIIKNHAI.L. I
Comnilssslonera' oniee, llloomsburg.l'a., Au. 13,'Sfi.
Attest: Joun u. casey, ners.
licttcr limit Vacation,
This Is pre-eminently the vacation month,
when thousands seek rest and recreation.
But to thoso who suirer the depressing ef
fects of Summer debility, thu disagreeable'
symptoms of scrofula, thu tortures of bil
iousness, dyspepsia or sink headache, there
is more pain than pleasure in leaving homo.
To thoso wo say, give Hood's Sarsaparilla
a trial. It will purify your blood, tone
up and strengthen your body, expel every
trace of scrofula, correct biliousness, nnd
positively cure dyspepsia or sick headache.
Take it before you go, and you will enjoy
your vacation a thousand fold.
Teeth 1 All babies who uro cutting teeth
crv for Dr. Hand's Teething Lolion to bo
painted on their gums, so no auuiis niter
tooth extraction, for it removes all pain
and soreness. It relieves toothache tit
once. Try It.
Aycr's Sarsapatllla Is designed for those
who need a medicine to puriiy nnir uioou.
Ko other preparation so well meets tins
want. It increases lho appetite and rciuv-
cnutes the whole system. Its record, for
forty ycuis, Is ono of constant tiiumph
SOAIII.ET FEVEIt ASU Dll'HTHEltlA. are
spread by contagion, by the transfer of liv
ing mailer. These panicles come irom tno
skin, lho membranous lining oi uio mouiii
nosu nnd throat, and from thu intestines
ESTATE OP UCMrllKKY M. l'AKKEU, DKC'D.
COLCMUIA COl'NTV, SS:
To ltaenei.i. l'urker, wm. u. i-arKer, uuiu a.
I'.iiker. Uuclna. Intermarried with Jonathan It,
Conner, Samuel K. Parker, Mary A., Intermarried
with Daniel Asneunan, ana imeo gruuu euuuicu,
ltuchcl Hoyt, barau Hojl and John 110 t,
children ot Itebeeca Iloyt, dee'd, nnd Phebe
Manning, Uiclna Manning and Gertrude vanning,
J. Manning, dee'd, dneal descendants of
Humphrey ,M. Parker, rteceosel, and to all other
persons Interested, Greeting: Vou and each of you
aro hereby cited to bo and appear before the
judges ot our orphans' court at an Orphans'
court to bo held at liloomsburg on the fourth
Monday ot September n-xt. then and thereto ac
cept or reiuso lo laso lue real suiw ui oaui
lll'iaitlliej nuhl'r, urtcau, ui. mo u,.miio.t
valuation nut unou It by the lmpiest duly awarded
by the said court, and returned by the snerirr, or
snow cause why It shall not be sold. And hereof
fan not- ,. .
Witness tho llonorablo WIUlamKlwell.l'resldent
of our said Court, ut liloomsburgi the seienteenth
uay ot June, a. n. inm.
WM.ll. SNVDUll, Clerk oto. C.
augia bamuel Smith, Sheriff.
' Wholesale. Kctail
Wheat per bushel.
Corn ' "
Oats " " .
Flour " bbl
Side aud shoulder.
Lard per lb
Vlncgur per gal
to 5 80
. I 1 1.!t.
more. Thompson 13 a largcsiicu untiv,
and his "Around the World" Is replete
with wit. humor, song, duiiclng and con-
iinumia lmiirhter. Thero 13 suushlno an
The superintendent of tho post ofllco
moucy order system has Issued a circular
to the postmasters of money order olllces,
giving tho new rates which went Into
onurallon on Mondav. Julv 20th. Tho act
Tho Directors of the Bloom Poor District I nrQVtilea "lliat tbu fee for each domestic
llluoin Poor Tax.
have placed their duplicates lu the hands of
the tax collectors of tho several townships
. t..... n ...nlnnrntnirlal an Vfl I llftt OHO
Clarence Fltzpatrlck of Harrisburg has ' Morm por,.,u of 1890 will tlirougu, nnd fun to last until tho next embraced In tho district. The full amount
:en spending a fow days at the Excliango con)nuo tm l0 27tlli ar(juniK I)on,t fftU t0 8(!0 ulm, of tax hi charged to each tax payer, making
Judge Elwcll returned homo Wednesday
evening from a trip to Eaglcsmcrc, Tow.
anda and other points.
Admission 25, 85 and 50.
.inrtn.f v.hleli this crcat drought will
completely broken by heavy rains, hail nnd
tornadoes. A tropical Hurricane will pre
vail on the southeast Atlantic coast be
tween tho 10th and 20th. Thoso storms
will ho general, und Iowa, Illinois, tho
New England States, eastern Cannilu, und
Methcrell's celebrated orchestra has been Labrador will bo iu the danger path.
engaged for the Berwick Centennial. of
Tho Messra. Brown Bros, have placed a the Mountain drovo Association commenc Bodalo alul i,rolher, Mr. Elt Barton
A largo fish-hawk was shot at the Iron
dalo furnaco Wednesday morning.
At ft meeting of the Vestry of Bt. Paul's
church last Mouday evenlug lho following
Wc, the members of tho Ycstry of St.
Paul's church, Blooinsburg, desire to place
on record an expression of tho loss which
wo have sustained In the death of our ns-
no allowance of 0 per cent. If paid within
00 days, as provided by the Act of 1885
In this they aro guided by lho iidvlco of
their couuscl, Messrs. Ikclcr & Herring,
who are of tho opinion that as tho Act of
1800 providing for the crectlou of a poor
houso In Wllkesbarro la inado part of the
act Incorporating tho Bloom Poor District,
and as that net provides that tho taxes of
sold district shall bo collected "lu tho man-
ncr and by lho same process as poor taxes
aro now by law collectable" namely, uuder
new sign In front ot their tailor shop.
ed Wednesday of last week. Tno follow. ,, reprcsented a family which has long the general Act of 1832, that lhl3 Is n spc
i ,.i nersons from liloomsburg occu- . ,,, '.,,, .vllh ut. iaui.a nailsh. Ho c.ll lw, ?'"LJ thereforo no t rercnlcd by
A new canvass awuing was placed H nted tents durlnc tho session i Mrs. Fred ,rvC(1 f ormanv years in tho honored po. , tin tho other hand, other law.
front of tho Now I'deal storo Monday. - I (jra0rc, Peter Bruglcr and family, Mrs. 1 llInn of vestryman; ho was constaut Iu yurs aro of opinion that tho Act of 1832 Is
rT T77,a nn tho Creasy, Mrs. Bobbins, Al. it. Appicmau w BtUnilanC0 Up0U tlio services of tho repealed by tno aci oi too.i, uuu mat we
fi. M. Vandcrs co ha3 put a bus on tlio .,,,, ,,iiv ( Mvcrs. " " . .... ..i.i.. .i... taxes must bu collected under tho latter
, herwnen liloomsburg and Hupert. ' " . . ' : .on. s ..ou.v, . BC. wIllcU flllow8 a jucount of C per cent,
Ilcbecca Carman, of Benton, has received family, Caleb Barton and family, Q. S. 0f ciiriat lie was Just and upright In all
her new Fall shapes lu hats. Call and see Bobbins and wlffl, and O. O. Peacock. ,jU ,111,9, (ulet and peaceable, a good
K German band, of seven pleccs.was on
our streets Tucsday. Thoy rendered somo
Tho&itnfilewitrtcurisayaif ft bottle of
HCOTT'8 KMDI.BION OI' I'lllll!
Cod Liver Oil, With Hypopao:pliHos.
For ll'iulins VUeaset 0 Children.
Where tho digestive powers aro fecblo
1 .1... n..it,ia,v fund docs not seem to
UUU 1U VIU.U..J . . . .
nourish tho child, this acts both as loou
citizen aud slnccru Chrlslhu mau, 1110
parish feels his loss but wo trust that our
loss has been' his gain and that ho Is now
awaiting In Paradise tho resurrection of
the just. "Them which Bleep lu Jesus wH
monov order not exceeding In amount S5
shall bo reduced from 8 to 5c. Tho sclicd
ule fees to bo charged tho public for domes,
tic money orders will bo as follows 1
For sums not exceeding $5, 5 cents; over
SlOnnd uot exceeding ijlft. 10 ceuts ; over
$15 and not exceeding 30, 15 ceuts ; over
i?30 and not exceeding fc-iu, cents 1 over
$10 and not exceeding $50, 25 cents ; over
S30 and not exceeding 00,30 cents ; over
SCO nnd not exceeding $70, 35 cents ; over
S70 and not exceeding $80, 40 ceuts ; ovor
$80 aud not exceeding lyiiw, 40 cents
Ex-Mnvor Daniel ft. Clvmcr. of Heading.
announces the following valuable discovery:
unions inhaled cause sleep, rest and re
pose. Tlio soldier on his march and lho
exhausted iron worker gel great strength
from eating the otilon. Tie a fresh union
around the neck aud bruise it to make its
odor thorough, and you secure sound
sleep from Its nightly Inhalation.
and urinary organs. Disinfect
and thoroughly with Darbys Prophylactic
Fluid, the great germ destroyer. Prof, II.
T. Lupton, of tho Vtuidcrbllt Uuiverslly,
Tcnn.. snvs: "As a disinfectant and detei-
gent Daruys l'rophylactlc t lulil Is superior
to nny preparation wuu which 1 am ac
Iu tills ngu of adulterated goods It Is u
pleasure to Hud an article that is absolutely
nure. Such an articlu 13 Drcydopiiel's Bo
rax Soap, and the prlco is so reasonable
that there Is 110 excuse for anybody using
common adulterated soap. jyuu.
Puro blood Is absolutely necessary In or
der to lmiIov ncrfect health. Hood's Sarsa
parllla purities tho blood und strengthens
lli.r features tun not refflllar. vet wbat
.Had breath; a bitter or nn nttractlvo fuco she bus I" It is her
bad taste in the mouth; beautiful hair. Onco it was thin, grayish
. . . . ' I I 1 .1 I ft r..r l.nl Inn nF l.irl'i.1.111
UUU JUlllUili iV juw uutnts i lainuo
Hair JJalsam wrought tlio transiormnlion,
It will uo aa mucu lor anyuouy. ju .
the oil of pennyroyal is left uncorKeu in a """","!- , ,, ,,. , Resolved, That tho Bccrctai bo ro.
room ut night, not a mosuulto or any other anu mtu.,. - M lea t0 8Cnd a copy ?f this inlnulo to
blood-suckers will bo
found thero In tho onco,
the family of the deceased.
for prompt payment. "Who shall decide
when doctors dlsurce ?" It H probable
that n judicial proceeding will become
necessary to settle tho question.
Tho nervous, braiu.worklug type oi peo
ple, such as lawyers, clergymen, buslne3
men and students aro tho principal vlcl'ms
of hay fever. Bulla era may bo certalu
that hay fever does not arise from an Im
puro state of the blood. A local treatment
Is the only way to euro It. Judgli.g from
results, Ely's Crcum Balm Is the only spc-
clno yet discovered.
iTliCWyumliiK HciiiliifaryamI Coin
Kingston, l'a., U a classical, scientific,
nnd business school. Specialties: College
pieparatlon, teaching p.nd business. Su.
potior advantages lu music, art and elocu
tion. 18 Instructors. Degrees given to lu.
dies. Improved steam heat and Edison
Incandcscint light throughout the build,
CiTFall term beglua September 1, 1880.
For calaloguo, address, Hev, L. L. Bi'itAOUK
I). 1)., Principal. augl3.0lald.
I'.cllpMU ol tlic Hllll.
Thero will bo an eclipse of the suu Au.
gust 2'JUi, two weeks from Sunday. It will
bu visible lu this section from U to halt past
0 u. ir. About one-twelfth ot tho suu'a
disc will bo covered, us observed here.
Ull 1 Ull
vain in the back, sides or joints, ojlen
mistaken for rheumatism ; sour stom
aeh; loss of appetite; bowels alter
nately costive and lax; headache; loss
of memory, with a painful sensation
of having failed to do something
which ought to have been done; debit'
ity; low spirits; a thick; yellow ap
pearance of the skin and eyes; a dry
cough, often mistaken for consump
tion. How Guredd
I have been amicted many years with
dyspepsia, sick headache and affection of
tho kidneys caused by torpid liver. 1 liaio
tiled a great many remedies and physicians
nrcscrlutlous without success, health fall.
lug alllhu time. During last Fall and Win
ter I was obliged to suspend the most ot
iny lauor in my neiu 01 uuiuu jiissiuuury
work on account ot my health. Early this
taring 1 was Induced to try bliumons Uer
IteguTutor, and have bad more real good
health since then than (or jears before. 1
uso tho medicine to itllvo 1110 w hen, by ex
posure or oier-exerllou, I dlscour tho
suiptoins of uiy disease returning, lho
Ktgulator relleies me al once, and Is moro
satisfactory Iu Us effects thau unj thing of
the kind I ecr tried. Iliaie also used It
w 11 li good success in my family to ward on
bilious attacks." Jos. K. Wutki.nK, Cum
berland 1'ics, .Minister, Lebanon, Mo,
bushel 40 CO
Wool per lb 35
Hides 5 to 7
Coal on Whaiif.
No li $2.00; Nos 2. 3, 4 & Lump $3.25
No. 5 $3.00 Illtumlnus, $3.25
FEED- Western winter bran, spot. 14.C0 3 14.75
VI.OU1I Western extra's 3 10 A 3.5(1 : l'enna
family, isTjit 4;lW Ohio clear, 4.S3 e 4.S0,wlnter
patent 4.75 ( B.O': l'enna. roller process. 4.11) 3
wheat l-eiinsylvanla red, no, 1, S7tf
coliN. 17 is 51)
OATH. No. 3 white 40 NO. 8, 41V
HAY AND kthaw Tltnothy-Cholco Western
and New york.lt. no. fair to Kod Western and
.cw ion., uuu 14 is no; meuium western ana .-mow
York, V ll .: Cut hay as to duality 13. 15.
ityo straw 15a n.so. beat straw. 10. oat straw
V l IU.
1 ota TOES. New .vo ffll.oo per bbU
linos. Pennsylvania 14; western 13.
llU'lTElt Pennsylvania creamery mints 85
creamery Extra so, Western extra Hals, fair 10 a
1111ESSEU roi'LTKY.-Chlckcns, 13 9 11
OAS FITTING iV STEAM. HEATINU
nrnrvim.t o rnrvMvr i nra
1 had clvcu myself up us lost because of W II I V IUi iT. I I VV A lYIV
ll..,.!..Y c.l,;in Trlod i,..rvlli 111. fnr I w . ' 11 ""l
purifying the blood wiliiout uciiciu uiun 1
used ranters 'i onic, ami can iruuiiiiiiy
sav that It has cured me. 1 still uso it lor
its splendid clfect ou my gencial hralth.
14. IV X.. Ull, W..lwt.v.
lll!EIJ viirroitiA'a CKOMN.
The ciown of Oueen Victoria consists of
diamonds, pearls, rubles, sapplnrcb und
eincrahU, set in silver und gold. Its gross
weight Is 3D 11.. 3 ilwt troy, 1110 milliner
nt diamonds nru 3.352: pearls. 273:
rubles, 0; sapphires, l"i emeralds, 11. It
Is an .old Baying- Uucasy Ilea the head that
wears a crowu, 11 is ucuer 111 wcur uiu
rrnwu of nerfccl health and licnco of
mind through thu curative elfects of l'cr
yrhm Ilaby waa tick, gv her Caatorla,
When aha waa a ChlM, aha cried for Caatorla,
When aha became Ulaa, aha clan; to Caatorla,
When aho had Ctdldran, aha gar a them Caatorla,
All kinds of work in Sheet Iron, Hoof
nig and bpouting promptly
ivstrlct attention given to healing by steam.
Corner ofMflain & East Sts.,
rluo'a l'uro llarley MUt Whiskey, tor. I0 0 lbB woikeis, absolutely buic,
sale bv O. 11. llobblus, Dlooiusburir, l'a. I dress, Tush Co., Augusta, Nalue.
bend Mx cents for post
and receive freca cost
box of gixids which wll
you to inuru luuuey
away than amtliUur
else tn this world. All, ot
cither sex, succeed irom
tlrsthour. The broad road to fortune opens be.
AV uuee au
Tako no other.