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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Tills powder never vatlea. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness. .More economical
t nan ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold In compo
tlon with tho multltudo ot low test, short weight,
alum or phosphato powders, Sold only in cans.
JUJIlhluiinuiunuftnvu,, II Ull OU, ft, 1,
FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 188G.
ronnUT biii.koid tuk Tini.it,
Trains on the Philadelphia i R It. leave Itupert
aa luiiuns i
:3a a. m. 11:49 a. m,
3:43 p. in. 6:15 p. m,
Trains on tlio V.L.& V. ii. It. lcavo Bloomstmrg
o:l5 a. m. 8:JJ a. m.
0:20 a.m. 11:41a.m.
WK p. m. 4:19 p. m.
:ltp. m. 8:47 p.m.
Trains on tbo N. & W. 11. Hallway pass Bloom
f erry ua luuuna .
10:5:! a. m. 13:01 p. m.
6.S3 p. m. 4:19 p. m,
10:14 am 0:41pm
Sett. 4. N. U. Funk, ndmlnlstrntor of
tbo citato of Lydln Hpouenberg, late of
Brlarcreck township, deceased, will sell
valuable personal property consisting of
ninety bushels of old wheat, beds and
bedding, and u lot of household furniture
at 10 a, m.
August SO. Jacob Gclslugcr, adminis
trator, will sell valuable personal property
at the late residence of Eli Pcalcr, dee'd,
in Fcalertown, Fishlngcreek township, at
10 o'clock a. m.
Wanted A load of plno wood sawed in
length not over two feet long, suitable for
fireplace. Inqulro at this otllcc before dc- company already here, is Mr.
Bolomon Heist died suddcnW t Tmn '
Halo Monday ovcnlng.agcd about 55 years.
Mr. Heist had been In tbo employ of tho
Irondalo furnaco for nbout thlrtyflvo years.
A largo plc-nlo from Nnntlenkn win i.
held In Oak Grovo on Wednesday noxt. If
iuo uay uo ravorablo it is thought tho party
will number between two and thrio thousand.
A garho of baso ball was nlnvcd nt tlm
Park Friday of last week lmlwoon ilm
Lumber City Giants (colored) of William-
sport anil the llloomsbiirg nine, resulting
In a scoro of 0 to 18 In favor of tho visi
tors. Tho most of the runs of tho visiting
club were mado oil account of wild throw
ino annual Harvest Homo services of
tho Orangovlllo Hcformtd chargo will bo
new as follows i On Thur.dav 8cDt. 2 at
I . .
muiay r.tlOa, m, and utOrangcvllloat 7.30
p. m. j on Friday Sept. 3 at Bt. James at 10
a. m. and Zlon at 2.30 p. m. j on Sunday
ocpt. o nt iirlarcrcck at 3.30 p. m.
A. Houtz, Pastor.
List of letters remaining in tho Post 01
flceot liloomsburg for week ending Aug.
Miss Allco Hltllc, Hiram Tanner.
I'ersons calling for theso letters will
pleaso say "advertised."
OsoitaR A. Clahic, P. M,
mrs. i.aura King died at her homo at
Phllllpsburg, Centre county, Wednesday
morning nt lour o'clock of typhoid pneu-
monla. 8I10 was sick but a short ttmn
Her mother (Mrs. Kshlcman) went over to
1 see her but a few days ago, and was with
her at the time of her death. She leaves a
husband and fivo children to mourn her
early death. Tho body will bo brought to
liloomsburg Friday noon over the Phlla.
& Heading railroad, and will bo taken
direct to Hosemont cemetery.
'1 lie train due hero at 0.80 p. m. on the
u. Ii. & W. was two hours late last Satur
day. Tho delay was caused by an accident
on tho Northern Central below Sellnsgrovo
Junction. Tho breaking of an axlo on an
oil tank car wrecked the train and the oil
was fired from a "hot box." The heat was
so intenso that nothing could bo dono but
wait until tho oil was consumed. This ob.
structed tho track all day, and the north
bound train for which tho D. L. & W,
waited at Northumberland was .two hours
Tho new county history is evidently mak
ing progress. Some eight or ten gentle.
men are already engaged in gathering data,
and others will come as tho work advances
Each writer has his special assignment In
tho general plan, and is made responsible
for the accuracy and thoroughness of his
department. Tho latest addition to tho
The oats aro nearly nil housed. Tho
crop Is a good ono. Many say that tho
corn, In n measure, will bo a failure.
Wm. Dasher sold his pony last week to
Mr. Heed of MIQllnburg receiving for It
It Is said that tho Salvation Army which
now at Millville intends coming to
Jerseytown soon. It cannot como too soon The correspondence nppenrs In full belowi
To thu Vestry of St. Paul's Church,
Oenllcmcni Having received an invita
tion to become the Hector of All Saints'
Church, Omaha, Nebraska, at a salary of
$2000.00 and a rectory, and having served
as your Hector for almost ten yeans, I beg
that you will accept this, my resignation,
ot tho Hectorshtp to which you did me
the honor of calling mo on November 23,
In asking you to sever this Interesting
relation between us, I deslro to express
my profound gratitude to you for tho uni
form kindness and constant support which
you havo given mo in administering tho
duties of my ofllce. I rejoice with you In
tho material results which have been ac
complished tho consecration of tho church
tho building uf tho rectory, and tho accu-
mulatlon of about one thousand dollars for
tho building of a chapel and I trust also
that at the great day when the secrets of
all hearts shall bo disclosed and every man
shall receive the Just reward of his inheri
tance, the fruits of the spiritual harvest of
for somo that is many havo expressed tho
desire to havo tho army here.
Mr. Wm. Qlnglcs was somewhat serious
ly hurt last week by being thrown from
Tho carpenters aro rapidly pushing tho
work on Mr. J. A, Funston's new house.
Isaac Whipple's new house Is nearly
finished nnd ho will move into it soon.
Somo of our boys attended tho festival
In Greenwood last Saturday.
Mr. W. Sanborn of New York .has been
visiting Mr. Charles Smith.
Mr. Ed. Ilreugler of Wllllamsport is
visiting Mr. E. W. McCollum.
Miss Hell Dcrr of Whlto Hall has been
lsltlng in town.
Miss Ida Stout returned hon'o from
Washlr.gtonvllla last Sunday.
Thu two Misses Kreamer of Philadelphia
are visiting at Mr. C. Krcamcr's.
Mrs. Wm. lllcc of Pottsvlllo is visiting
her daughter Mrs. Jacob Winterstcecn.
ilmoug the strangers nt church on Sun.
day wcro noticed Mrs. and Mr. M. L.
Sheep nnd J. I!. McVickur.
Our gculal young merchant J. J. Kreamer
took n ttlp down tho valley last Sunday
Mr. A. K. Smith goes to Harrlsburg this
week to attend the Convention.
Tho annual examination of applicants
for schools In Madison Is Monday next.
A small company of negroes were through
hero last week nnd amused the people for a
time with their songs. Thoso who heard
them say they slug well and descrvo the
few pennies they get for their singing.
Every Sunday hundreds of peoplo visit
the place where tho men aro working on
the rati road to sec how tho work is pro
gressing. Of course n rail road is ccitaln
to go through and railroad tatlc Is waning
11 Interest and becoming an old story. No
doubt the llrst few times the Iron horse
got B through the valley theic will bo a
slight bubble of excitement anil then the
good farmers will settle down to the culti
vation of their broad acies and in a short
time all will be moving along again in t lie
even tenor of their way.
Foit Balk A good farm near Light
Street containing over 97 acres, well fenced,
and in a good state of cultivation. Also n
timber tract of 70 acres in Jackson town.
ship. Also 1 wheelbarrow, 1 Scotch harrow,
1 cutting box, I set buggy harness, and
numerous other things will be sold cheap.
Apply to G. W. Bautoii,
tf liloomsburg, Pa.
Foil Sale. Ono now Sloan side bar
buggy. Ono bloan jump-seat carrlago in
good condition with shafts.polc and brake.
One old buggy One double heater. In
qulro of L. E. Waller. julyO
For Sale. Tho undersigned will sell 4q
or 50 acres, more or less, to suit purchas
ers, from tho south side of his farm in
Hemlock township. Three good springs
of water, uood building slto, public road
through tho land, about 0 acres of timber,
small stream of water through land. Price
$15 per aero In payments. For particulars
: mi u ire of Hcubcn Bomboy. lluckhorn, or
Geo. E. Elwell, liloomsburg. J4,0 mos,
For Sale. A very desirable property,
on Market Btreet In tho town of Blooms.
burg, Pa. nearly opposite Hov. D. J.
Waller. Lot 01 feet in width and 198 feet
In depth. An alley on tho north nnd cast,
lot of D. J, Waller on tho south, Market
street on tho west. Tho dwelling houso is
a largo two story brick with Mansard roof,
water, gas and sewer drainage, a good
largo stable, good fruit, and good well of
Also a house and lot In Catawlssa front
Ing on 3rd street, above Pino street, a good
two storv frame dwcllinc houso with two
story kitchen attached.
Michael F Eykki.y
April 7. '80. tf. liloomsburg, Pa.
land, of Philadelphia, who is assigned to
Benton township. Mr. McFarlaud is
pleasant gentleman, full of enthusiasm for
his work, and will undoubtedly find much
in the upper valley of tho Fishing creek to
make note of. Wo bespeak his cordial re
Howaid Bidlcmnn had his leg broken
on Thursday of last week. He had been
to Mahanoy City In company with John
Sliuman, and on his return homo when
near Ziou's Grove, one uf the horses got
Ills leg on a trace, and as Mr. Shuman got
oil the wagon to remedy the trouble, tl
horses suddenly started on n run. Mr.
Uldlcman fearing tho team would run
down a steep bank, jumped oft the
wagon and broke his leg ;below the knee,
The team ran but a short distance until
It was caught. Iiidlemiin was placed on
wagon and taken to Malnvllle, a physician
examined the broken limb, but on account
ot Its swelling could not setjt, so ho was
obliged to be brought home, and on bntur
day the limb was set.
Frances, eldest daughter of Joshua
Fcttcrman, died at the Danville Asylum
last Friday, aged 40 years. Thoso who
knew her before she began to suiter from
a clouded intellect, remember her as
young lady of lovely disposition, whose
friends Included nil her acquaintances
Just us she had reached womanhood when
all the world was bright around her, there
came a blight upon her life, and for seven
teen long weary years sue sullered from
mental disorder that made her existence
burden. In her case dcatli has no victory
and the crave no sting. Tho funeral was
held on Saturday afternoon, and in tl
absence of Hov, F. P. Manhart tho service
were conducted by Rev. J. it. Dlrara, and
Rev. D. J. Waller Jr.
Mrs. I. ti. Kuhn went to Mahanoy City
Wednesday to attend the funeral of her
Hov. J. H DImm preached in tho Luth'
cran church Sunday eyculng to a large
Iter. VV. O. Camnbcll of Roanoko, Vir
ginia, will occupy tho pulpit of tho Prcsby.
torlau church next Sabbath, Aug. 2-Jd
Sirs. John Linker nnd Mrs. John Jacobs,
of Danvillo. and Mrs. Henry Jacobs, of
Hazletnn. were vlslllne in town on Sat.
David Lowenbcrg It. It. Little, A. L.
Fritz and Geo. E. Elwell accompanied tho
delegation to tho stato convention on Tues
day, as lookers on
C. W. Funston, J. Relfsnydcr, J. Wells,
O. W. McKclvy, G. A. Clark nnd some
other wheelmen, whoso names wo did not
learn, wont to Wllllamsport on Thursday
to attend tho blcyclo meet.
Georgo Hart, brother of William Hart,
Under tho new tax law the collector is
only required to make one demand nnd
that is to be mado six months after date
notice. If tax Is not ftaid upon demand
the collector may levy Wter tho lupso
thirty days. The law 'has one advantage
tho taxpayer is not annoyed by frequent
calls from tho collector, ami according
tho new law, the collector Is required
make only one deiuuud, and it not paid
him then, or within tho thirty days.he may
procieU tu collect by levy, and he is then
entitled to the same fees us a constable, I
cludlnL' mileage, etc. It will ho to tho
best Interests of taxpayers to pay the!
taxes promptly, especially before tho cx
plrutlon of six months, when tho addition
al 5 per cent, will have to bo paid.
paying within 00 days a reduction of 5 per
ccut is made-
Rev. I.. jr.nluier'H RrHlictintlon mill
the Reply of tho Vestry of
On Monday evening, tho 10th Inst,, Hov.
L. Zahncr handed his resignation ns Hec
tor of St. Paul's church to tho Vestry then
In session. The resignation was accepted,
to tako effect November 1, nnd a commit
tee was nppolntcd to draft nn npproprlato
answer to Mr. Zahnor's communication.
Tlic Berwick Cctltcttnlnli
SOME DATA RELAT1MO TO THE TOWN'S SET
TLEMENT NOTAHLK EVENTS, ENTEIt-
rnisEs, nrjaniNos, etc.
Authorities differ as to tho exact tlmo to
celebrate tho centennial of tho Borough of
Berwick, Columbia county. Tho peoplo
thcro say 1880 Is tho proper year. Hon.
Btcubcn Jenkins rays It should be next
year. While Dr. Eglc, In his history of
Pennsylvania, says Berwick was first set
tled in 1783, and this date eolnctdes with
that given In Day's Historical Collections
ot Pennsylvania, published In 1843, In
the Berwick Independent of July 14, 1870,
still another dato is given, 11 being stated
that Berwick was founcd In 1780 by Evan
Owen, whoso namo would Indicate Welsh
origin, who enmo from Philadelphia In n
Durham boit. Ho built a habitation and
laid out a town, which he called Owens
vlllc. Ho subsequently named the town
Berwick, after his birthplace In Scotland,
nlong tho river Tweed. Ills houso was of
logs upon a slto now occupied by tho St.
Charles Hotel. Tho settlers who Immedi
ately followed wcro Robert and John
Brown, Englishmen; Samuel Jackson, n
brother-in-law of Owens James Evans, n
millwright; Henry Trough, a tanner; John
Smith, a shoemaker, and John Jones.
John Brown opened tho first hotel, nnd
It was the favorlto stopping place for trav
elers between Wllkcs-Barrc and Northum
berland. This hotel stood whero the Y,
M. C. A. building now stands.
The next hotel was built by John Jones,
Berwick, returning via Huntington and
Tho old academy was buiU In 1839 by
Thomas Connelly, supplanting tho market
houso In location nnd In Its varied uses.
A few years ago It was demolished and It
space In Market street given up to street
use, which was demanded, whilo a hand
somo new school building has taken Its
placo further out Market street This
change took placo In 1873.
Shad wero seined by tho wagon load and
a load could bo obtained for n barrel of
salt, so scarce wus this commodity. The
best shnd sold for four cents. Ono was
caught weighing nlno pounds. Butter
brought six cents a pound and calico from
thirty to fifty cents a yard.
Tho residents dtd their washing at tho
river and left their kettles nlong tho shore
tho year round.
Tho first children born were John and
Annlo Brown, children ot Robert. Annie
became the wife of Jesso Bowman. She
was tho first person married In Berwick.
Tho Lackawanna & Bloomsburg R. R.
was opened to Berwick In 1858.
The First National Bank was organized
In 1804, with M. W. Jackson as president
and M. E. Jackson cashier.
Tho first flro cnglno was obtained In 1825.
A fire In tho Jackson & Woodln works In
157 destroyed it.
Berwick had Its cannon, but little It any
thing has been seen or heard ot It since
the firing ot n salute on the return of the
Mexican soldiers, when through a prema
ture discharge, Sam. Iddlngs lost an nrm.
Drs. A. B. Wilson nnd Joslah Jackson
-i - - ,1 urs. i. u. niison nuu uusiuit oucksuii
my ministry among you may be equally at corner ot Market and Front streets, and Ln lhe ot mc(Uclno ln lm
I desire my resignation to take effect on
November 1 1880.
Your Friend and Rector,
August flth 1880. Louis Zahnkii.
Rbv. L. Zamneii, Denr Sir s Your com-
muiilcallon announcing your call to All
Shltils, Omaha, and asking us to accept
your leelgnatlou as rector of St. Paul's,
leaves but one thing for us to do, and that
Is to oniply with your request, which wc
are compelled to do with great rcaret. To
do utherwlso would bu of no avail, as we
have no rlsht to expect that you could be
Inilneed lo remain here, when you arc in
vited to enter upon a larger aud raoro lin
noitimt field of labor in a parish where
vour services will lid so much better re.
wauled in a mcuninrv way, than wo have
been able to niter you hero.
The departure of yourself and family
from St. Paul's will no doubt bo a painful
was kept oy him.
Abraham Klotz kept tho Jones hotel
stand a long while; then Frederick Nicely,
during whoso tlmo it was known ns the
Cross Keys. The St, Charles hotel was the
first brick structure in the town. It was
first known as tho Scybcrt stand, then as
the Rising Bun, Its present namo was but
recently applied. After Scybert It was
kept successfully by Connelly, Lcldy,Ruch,
Miller, Hoyt, Corrcll, McNalr, Stcdman,
Euko nud Secly.
Dr. Deadly kept a hotel ln what Is
known ns tho old Deadly house, the pres
ent rcsldenco of II. R. Bower.
A market house was erected in 1805, It
serving for schools, religious services, pub-
lie meetings and elections.
Game was plenty In those days and
wolves were a common nuisance.
John Jones opened the first store about
1800. Other early storekeepers were J. &
A. Miller, J. & E. Leldy, Thomas Richard
son, Matthew McDowell, Wright & Slocum,
Robert McCurdy, Btowcrs & Ellis, Clark,
nc U will l.o In no. nnd tn the
congregation which you have so faithfully Drilly & Scoville Wm C. Reynolds, Gil
served for nearly ten years, lou will leao
many warm filends behind you both In
and out of your (lock, aud you will enter'
upon your duties ln a distant dinccse with
more & Shuman, Rittcnhousc & Shuman,
Headley & Bahl, Headley, McNair & Co.,
Fowler & Dricsbach, J. & J. Bowman, who
wero succeeded by C. B. Bowman, George
Lane, who was a Methodist preacher and
for n long time Identified with the Book
Concern, New York.
Tho first farmer was Bcha9tlan Scybcrt,
who had also a storo and blacksmith shop.
His farm was at the Swamp, in Salem
township, two miles above Berwick.
Among tho early comers wcro Mr. Da
venport, tho Malloys, Samuol Herrin, Wm.
Cox, Paul Thompson, (who was a potter,)
Our little town has for tho past few
wpnlfa nrfflpnlpil nn nnnnnrnnpn of unusual
activity owine larcclv to the working on our heartiest wishes for your success and
tlin It. .t H. K. It. In this Immediate vicln. happiness.
Itv. We are beulnnlni? to nrow accustom. Duder your ndmlnlstratiou a church debt
cd to seeing and met ting the swnrthy sons of long standing, amounting to S3,f.0O, was
of Italy now. The cuni? under supervision paid, and the church consecrated in 1882.
rt Wm I In rrhra n in 11 If! m it rnii.il iirnirrpQa This debt wns incurred in thu erection of
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in cxcavallnff and ernuinir above the Iron the new churcli, anil was n uuriieu upon
bridge. They have given our people a lino the parish when you cniercu upon 3 our
nnnnrluntlv nt wllnnanlnit tlin nower of ministerial duties Hero. fl. new mxiury
erected in 1884 at a cost of about
stumps etc. By placing a couple ot small Uo,000, and for this purpose nearly $1,000 the Vernctts andMarshalls. Jos.-phStack-
cartridges under a stump and exploding was raised mosuy iiirougu juur mu....
but tbo ho e in In addition to mis, a mnu in .?i,wu muj
been accumulated by the beveral Uullds ot
the parish for the erection of a chapel, uu
der your direction, nnd action has been
mi.,.n m onxiirn nililillnnnl funds sutllclcut
time past, but so far without any success ff (1(;bl of nbout $000 Wm. Brlen; first schoolmaster, Isaac Hoi
I., innblnn mnrltlla I 1 - ....... .1 , n . r , i n
""(. '-- imi vimr successor wl bo able lo enter loway; ursi ounuay Bcuooiman, u. uuwcu,
Last week for n couple of nights wc unon his duties with a clean balance sheet. I first preachers, Carson nnd Painter; first
were edified or lmmbuezcd bv Dr. Clark'i In the aceomDlijhinent of these results coopers, John ana 1'cter bolt; ursi carpen
llchtnlne tooth nulling crew. Tho Dr. and Wo are lanrclv Indebted to vour untiring tor, John Brown; first blacksmith, Aqulla
our local physicians and teeth pullers did citort. not only In soliciting funds, but in eiar; nrst tauor, ucnjamiu Dean; ursi rar-
not seem to affiliate. One of the Dis. us- aiibacnblni? much more liberally of your son, Jonathan Cooper; first dyer, Bush:
sorted that the oil used by Clark to deaden own means thau you ought to have done, llrst tanner, Henry Traugh; flrat dentist,
Clark called him I for the payment of our indebtedness.
Through your work St. Paul's has as
sumed a prominent position in tho Dioceso
of Central Pennsylvania, und you wcro
them it leaves nothing
which the stump stood.
A Salvation crowd Irom Espy havo been
holding meetings in Lewis' hall for some
houso brought fruit trees from Bucks Co.,
which he planted in the square, comprised
between Second, Third, Mulberry and Vine
streets. Tho first lawyer was Bancroft;
first judge, John Cooper; first doctors,
Morcland and Reisswick; first postmaster,
pain was uocainc nud Dr.
The Orangcville academy opens on tho
10 Inst, with the prospect of a larger at-
with your ossistanco the scheme was dc-
nn.in..n it.nn t i...a funl.n,i ...in, rnF I recoguizeu as uuu ui mu must ui-imb wipw
..,,i i,ii, ,.i.. n fnr ti, uents to tlic division ot tnu uiocese, uuu
nbllitic3 nud popularity of its principal,
Prof. Harklus. Tho Prof, deserves Ills
success as he works hard for the advance
ment of his pupils, while as to hU ability
nnd discipline there Is uo question. He is
a Christian gentleman aud parenU sending
their children to him can feel assured he
will do ull ho can to make them worthy
citizens and scholars.
Vallershamp; first tinner, Hiram Ionian
first gunsmiths, Slcppy & Co.; first wheel
wright, James Evans; first silversmith,
Marshall; first milliner, Roxaua Courtrlght;
first painter, Abel Dalhy; first butcher,
Stackhousc; then Jonathan Cooper; first
weaver, Polly Mullen; first cabinet maker,
feated. You have served on many import- Samuel Herrin; first saddle and harness
ant committees connected with our Dio
ccsan work, and have enjoyed the confi
dence nnd esteem of tho Bishops, and your
departure will therefore be felt, not only
in the parish, but in tho entire Diocese.
maker, Col. John Snyder; first lime burner,
Wm. Brlen kept tho first ferry. The first
bridge was Unlit in 1814 by Theodore Burr,
it being carried away by a freshet 21 years
May tho Holy Spirit guide and protect later. Its olllcers wero A. Miller, Sr., pres.
vou in your new home is the hopo and
prayer of lours Sincerely,
E. R. DitiNKKK, C. C. Maiih,
B. F. Habtman, Geo. E. Elwell,
(!. F. Ivnan', J. H. Maize,
Vestry of St. Paul's Church.
Bloomsburg, August 10, 1880.
Cat-R is tho trade mark of iho most suc
cessful preparation on the mnrket, Keller's
Catarrh Remedy. It has worked wonders
nnd is no ordinary patent preparation. See
WUy CliovlUK-nuui It IuJurloiiM.
Fi om the Nar'vt tile Union.
"Tho flavoring Is usually poisonous" re-
nlled the doctor, "aud by Its constant
took his friends by surprise' oto day last I presence, la however small a quantity, it
week when ho returned from tho west after j pcls up inflammation. But the habit is
an absenco of twclvo years. His present othcrwiso pernicious. 'Iho untiring motion
homo is at Edmund, Wisconsin, where l" 0f a gum chewcr's jaws provokes a super,
is encaced In the zinc mines. Ho has done illlous .iow 0r saliva just as If there was
much traveling during his nbseucc, havi ng niwj.a u pinch of salt on the tongue aud
been In nearly all of tho western states. wcurs 0t the sallvury glands, uum
For a numbor of years tho Episcopal choir ci10Wn,j retards digestion. If a woman
of this town was greatly Improved by tho flu, stomach with water or saliya she
addition of his lino voice, aud wo aro glJ Lirowns the gastrlo juices, ulso tho Inter.
Htate Nnriiiiil School.
The State Normal School of the Sixth
District, at Bloomsburg, will begin tho
fall term Tuesday, August 31st, 1880. The
new building containing tweuty-six recita
tion rooms greatly improves tho facilities
for teaching. Tho steam heating apparatus
has been much Improved nnd connected
with tho boilers of tho Bloomsburg Steam
aud Electric Light Co. For the seventh
consecutive tlmo it is truo that "the num
ber of students last year was larger than
ever hi fore." Although tho Senior class
was largi r than ever before It, nil were ap
proved by the State Board of Examiners.
Candidates for the Senior class will bo ex.
amioed at the opening of tho year in the
Junior studies, and that examination in
those branches will be final ; thus tho Sen
iors will bo relieved of much anxiety, and
unduo pressure. Fivo students of
vnar have alreadv hi en admitted to collecrc- 21. Tho game closed after
Students having a card from the Principal licnco too lato to break tho tic,
iret half faro on the L. V.. Headiuc. and excellent batting and somo
D, L. & W. R. Its. Full professional stand
ing as teacher Is given by the diploma.
For catalogue address
Hey. D. J. Walleh, J.,
Tlic (riliiicvrH' I-lcnlc nt YVilllillllH.
to know thnt ho has kept up his loyo or
music. Ho has a rich baritone voice, ond
bo knows how to use It. It Is his intention
to remain hero until fall.
mlnahle attrition wiars out tho leeth, and
foreign flavor by degrees renders tho
breath more and more disagreeable. The
practice Is had in every way,"
Tho squirrel season opens on September
W I I. o.l t .1.... f-
m I '1 UUrStiay, DCinuiuutr u, la iwu lut
Mover Bros, havo been appointed agents ,ho reuUtrallou of voters. Voters nro lost
lor the salo of tickets by the Pennsylvania ul uvery election by simply neglecting to
Railroad Co. attend to this matter. Uo not take it tor
granted that you nre on tho list, or that
your residence can easily bo established.
Get registered and pay your taxes ami run
Last Saturday afternoon Sheriff Smith
sold nt the court houso tho property of T.
F. Youug In Jackson to C. W. Miller Atty.
Thprn was a Harvest Homo party at tho
WMin Hull hotel last night. Thursday. J.
A. Landowcr Is tho proprietor.
Everybody can shavo themselves with
the Patent Safety Razor at Bcuuyier s uaru-
waro store. Cannot cut yourself.
J. E. Edson, merchant and huckster
Beuton township raised 07 bushels
onions on acre of ground.
An exciting gamo of base hall was play.
cd last Saturday afternoon at Uiimbra, be.
tween the Cambra and Shlckshinny clubs.
last After playing 0 innings, each club scored
catches made. Tho most interesting
feature of tho day was the cheering of tho
many ladies who had assembled to witness
tho game, as the Cambra club, who wcro
far behind nnd considered -'badly left.
successfully brought up their little end to
a tie In the last Inning. This was consider.
ed a master feat on tho '"home stretch,"
On Saturday nfteraoon the 28th. Inst, it
was decided to play another match game
between these two clubs, at Shlckshinny,
Thero was also a game of fivo Innings
Tho thirteenth annual picnic and exhibi
tion of Patrons of Husbandry will bo held
at Williams Grove, Cumberland county,
l,i . pnmmpnplnrr August 30th and eonlln.
ulng six days. Tho exhibition will bo the between tho Plnecrcek and Town.
largest ever held under the auspices of the
society. It Is expected thnt over 150,000
practical farmers, representing not less
than twenty-fivo States, will attend tho
meeting, and prominent agriculturalists,
statesmen aud governors will deliver
lectures and addresses. Tho display of
agricultural machinery, horticultural and
farm products, stock ond poultry, wl'l bo
large nnd imposing. Tho grounds will bo
Illuminated with electric light In tho even.
Ings, when thcro will bo music, balloon
ascensions, and other amusements. Sever
al restaurants on tho grounds will furnish
For tho benefit of those who desire to
attend, tho Pennsylvania Railroad Com.
pauy will, on August 30th, alst, September
excursion tickets to
hill clubs, resulting lu a total rout ot tho
latter club. A festival was held In tho
cveniug for tho benefit of the Cambra club.
It is. reported that Ben Young, of Fish
lnccreek. thieshed oats that yielded 23
bushels per 100 sheaves.
Wo notice some corn-ficlus that can not
possibly yield 10 bushels per acre. Most
all com fields nro very spotted. Tho
"whlto grub worms" havo nearly destroy,
ed the corn crop for many farmers in this
locality. Should a drought now set In
ninny farmers would get no corn nt nil
worth mentioning. But buck-wheat prom.
A linnkpt nlcnlo will bo held by tho
Bloomsburg Grango on Saturday, the 31st., for $055,
In Reuben Hess grove, ut Itupert.
Also tho property of J. F. Keller In Ber.
wick to David Gross for $050.
The Berwick. Deviocral says that Dr. T.
O. Harter ot Nescopcck has purchased a
half interest lu tho Englo clock for 4.7.500.
Tho work on tho celling of tho Law
Library, executed by Coltman & Menagh,
is a very fine speo'ncn of thcl skill In
It Is estimated that thero nro ono hun.
dred thousand euflerers from hay fever in
tho United States; a number about four
times greater than the regular stnndmg
army. This number could bo reduced to a
mere roglmcnt If a'l would resort to Ely's
Tlic lICHt 111 tlic Murkct,
Wo would remind our friends and former
. n I 1 -nil
WUUains Grove, good to return until iTSSSTo
Bcptembcr 0th, Inclusive, from Catawlssa Papers, Mowers and Binders, of which
at 3.70 for tho round trip.
Coal I Coal 1 1 Coal 1 1 1
Now is tho time to purchase your Fall
and Winter coal, ns wo propose furnishing
stovo coal, iu car lots, suy fivo or six tons,
tho same as furnished on tho D. L. & W.
It. it., 22 10 lbs. to tbo ton, each ton to bo knives for
we havo on hand a full line, covering all
tho latcBt Improvements, which aro added
to theso excellent machines every year.
Wo keep constantly on hand a lino of
extras for tho nhovo machines und make a
specialty of rcpalrlng,not only tho Osbornu
machines, but all kinds of mowing and
Wo havo always on hand a full lino of
all rnuuts oi innciiines. uo
weighed by Falrbauks' scales,
from tho Lee Mlues Whito Ash.
O. A. Jauoiiy,
Port Noble, August 13, 1880. 81.
havo a large stock of the very bcBt of bind
cr twine, which wo aro olterlug for 15 cents
ncr. pound. Inviting all to oxamlno our
machines before purchasing o'sewhero wo
aro icepcciiuuy mauuan cs u&bskut.
idcut; John Brown, treasurer; managers,
Silas Englc, Thomas Bowman, Elisha Bar
ton, Jr. After a few years a new bridge
wns built, tho State contributing $10,000,
nnd tills structure still stands. The contri
bution on the part of the Stato wus ob
tained through the efforts ot Jesse Bow
man, who was deleguted to visit Harrls
burg and urge tho mutter before the Legis
lature. Tho bridge was built by Ellphalct
Edson and Charles Barrett. Its cost was
about $45,000. John Bowman was presi
dent in 1837, when it wns finished, and
until 1843. He was succeeded by his
brother, Jesse Bowman, who continued in
olllce during his life. Others who helped
tho enterprise through wero S. F. Headley,
J. T. Beach, Dr. A. B Wilson, Robert
Smith and Judgo Mack.
In 1805 several Philadelphia capitalists
constructed tho Ncscopeck turnpike. The
Tiogn and Susquehanna turnpike wns
opened in 1818, and the first stugo lino was
run to Mauch Chunk by Andrew Shiner.
Tho first stago lino between Wllkes-Bano
and Northumberland was run by the Hor-
ton Brothers, and It antedated tho above a
number of years.
Evan Owen was squlro and settled all
disputes. Every benr killed was brought
to him and he divided it equally among
the citizens. Ho was succeeded as squire
by Samuel Herrin.
Columbia county was taken from Nor
thumberland iu 1814; Berwick was incor
porated a borough In 1818,
Tho nearest mill was at Catawlssa, 15
miles distant. Later tho Rlttenhouso mill,
a mllo or two below town, and tho Evans
mill, at Evansvllle, wero built. Evau
Owen built a mill along the river, Intend
ing to supply It with water therefrom, but
tbo scheme proved a failuru and was
Tho first church was built by tho
Quakers, a long building that stood where
tho brick church now stands, they being
tho llrst denomination to havo a church;
tho second was the Methodists, their orig
inal church being the second brick struc
ture built ln tho towu; It was abandoned
to dwelling purposes, aud a new church
was constructed in 1845; this was displaced
In 1870 by a more modern edifice; the
third church was built by tho Baptists in
1843, and tho fourth by the Presbyterians
Iu 1843, theso congregations haWng wor
shipped for many years lu tho Methodist
Water was first supplied from Foundry
ville, and conducted through log pipes a
& distance of two miles. The present
water works wcro built In 1848, tho water
being raised a height ot about 100 feet to a
reservoir by means of a steam pump from
a largo spring ln the Susquehiuiua. Rev.
J. II. Young, Dr. A. B. Wilson, Jesso
Bowman and S, F. Headley were the prom
inent movers ln this cuterprlso,
Tho malls wero carried by post (on
horse-back) and In 1600 Jonathan Hancock
rodo post from Wllkes-Barre to Berwick.
Tho mall was carried onco a week via
Nantlcoke, Newport aud Ncscopeck to
The latter had u storo connected with his
ofllce. Drs.. Bccbo and Townsend were
early practitioners, as also Dr. Langdon,
who was rendered Incapable to practice by
The first military company was organ
ized by Charles Snyder. Training days
wcro a great occasion, the batalion drills of
Infantry, caviliy, etc., making an imposing
military display, to witness which tho peo
plo in all the countiy roundabout visited
Ground wasbrokcu for the North Branch
Canal at Berwick, July 4, 1823. Mr. Pews
had the contract for the Berwick section
and Nicholas Seybert for the section above.
There were fourteen drinking places in tho
town during tho buildidg ot the canal, und
pure whisky sold at 3 cents a dram.
Packet boats named the Georgo Dcnison
and Gertrudo were launched by Miller Hor
ton and A. O. Chuhoon ln 1835.
The accident resulting from the several
attempts to navigate the Susquehanna is
still remembered by some of our oldir
residents. Tho Codortis, a boat built at
Yoik, drawing only 8 inches of wntcr,
made a successful trip to Wilkes-Banc and
as far north ns Blnghamton in the Spring
of 1820. A second steamboat, the Susque
hanna, built nt Baltimore, and drawing 14
inches, made the next attempt. It reached
the Berwick falls May 3d, 1820. Rich pine
wood was piled under the boiler, a full
head of steam raised and the effort made
to ascend the rapids. But the strain was
too great and tho boiler burst witli sad
reaults. Five persons wcro killed, two or
thrco of whom nro buried in tho Berwick
graveyard, and most of the twenty who
remained on the boat were more or less
Berwick's newspaper record dates close
upon 1800. Wm. Carnthers mado the ini
tial attempt with the Berwick Independent
American in 1812, ho having started the
paper somo time previously iu Ncscopeck;
Daniel Bowen issued a paper in 1827, Geo.
Mack in 1832, J. T. Davis in 1834, then
Wilbur & Joslyn, then Tate and Gcngewer,
then B. F. Gilmore, then D. C. Kitchen,
then Pearco & Snyder, then J. M. Snyder,
then Tute and Irwin, then W. II. Hlbbs,
then A. B. Tate, then J. S. Sanders.
M. W. Jackfcon nnd Judgo Mack built a
foundry In 1840, which was run by horse
power. The firm changed to McCurdy &
Jackson, then to M. W. Jackson and In
1849 to Jackson & Woodin. In 1872 it be
came tho Jackson & Woodin Manufactur
ing Co., and this year also tho rolling mill
addition was made to the plant. The
company has dono a successful business,
making fortunis for tho several members,
and it contirftics to bo an institution of
Tho Odd Fellows Society is one of the
old societies. It owns a handsomo build
ing, which was erected lu 1807, and is a
prosperous organization with large mem
bership. James Pratt, a soldier of tho Revolution,
was ono ot the early residents.
Tho oldest tombstone in the graveyard
bears tho date 1804. There are buried in
the cemetery 2 soldiers of the revolution,
3 of the war of 1812, 2 of tho war of Mex.
ico, 11 of the rebellion.
Tlic first comet band wns organized in
1841 by G. 8. Tutton and led by J- M. Sny.
The telegraph wus extended into tho
town in 1850
Tho nbove contnins the main data com.
prising Berwick's earlier history. No
effort has been made to biing the record
down to tho present, which is manifestly
needless when simply tho earlier events aro
lnteuded to bo dealt wl.h. No pictentlon
to absolute correctness Is assumed, us uftcr
tho lapse ot so many years It Is extremely
dilllcult to tlx dates, numcs and events at
nil, to say nothing of the almost Impossible
task ot arrangement In chronological order
or historic sequence with such material as
Is at hand and tho brief tlmo that could be
allotted to tho subject. Witket-Ba; ,-e. P:-cord.
The Wyoming HcmtiiAry ami Com
Kingston, Pa., Is a classical, scientific,
ml business school. Specialties Col lego
preparation, teaching nnd business. Su
pel lor advantages ln music, nrt nnd elocu
tion. 18 Instructors. Degrees given to la.
dlts. Improved steam heat nnd Edison
Incandescent light throughout tho build
ings. t3"FoU term begins September 1. 1880.
For catalogue, address, Hev. L. L. Si-haoce
I). D., Principal. auglS-Otald.
Ilcatli ol Henry II, Knorr.
The death of Henry B. Knorr, on Frl
da, August 13, 1830, has removed Irom
our community an aged and venerated cit
izen, and from tho German Reformed
Church, which ho joined early In life, n
faithful member. -His funeral was held on
Wednesday morning. Ho wns burled at
tho brick church ln Brlarcrcck township,
whero he attended church most of his life,
nnd of which ho was a deacon for many
years. He wns born on tho 11th of Feb
ruary, 1809, in tho territory now Included
in Centre township, of tills county. He
learned his trade, that of trimming, in
Mlllllnvllle, nnd worked nt it a short tlmo
in Orungcvljlc;he then returned lo tho farm
on which ho wns born, in Centre township,
and lived there till about 1850 when hu
quit farming and removed to Ccntrevlllc,
whero ho remained until tho death of his
wife, nine yeare ago. lie then lived for 8
years witli his son, Col. S. Knorr, In the
town of Bloomsburg, nud the last year
preceding his death with his son, E. M.
Ivnorr, in the sumo place. He married
Miss Sarah Kelchner. Ho was active in
politics and nil matters concerning tho
community In which he lived, "lie leaves
seven children, two being tlatigliteis.
For Toilet Use.
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and pliant, imparts to it tho lustro and
freshness of youth, causes It to grow
luxuriantly, eradicates Dandruff, cures
all scalp diseases, and is tho most clean
ly of all hair preparations.
AVFR'Q IIalr Ylgor has given mo
M I Cn o perfect satisfaction. I wns
Witr Is It that tho salo of Hood' Bursa,
parllla continues nt such a rapidly Increas
ing rate? Ills,
lstt Because of tho posltlyo curatlye
valdo of Hood's Harsaparllla Itself.
2d i Bccuuso ol the conclusive evldcnco
of lcmarkablc cures effected by It, unsur
passed and seldom equalled by any other
medicine. Bend to O. I. Hood & Co.,
Lowell, Mass., for hook containing many
statements of cures.
1 had gtvon myself up as lost ber.auso of
Inherited scroluln. Tried everything for
purifying the blood without benefit until I
used Parker's Tonic, and can truthfully
say that it has cured me. I still iibo It for
Its splendid effect on my general health.
II. K. Lnd, Chicago. j94t.
Dcllcato persons, nnd all whoso gymp.
toms havo become debilitated, should bear
in mind that Simmons Liver Regulator Is
not n drastic, purging medicine, docs not
weaken or deplete tho system ns other pur
gatives do, but acts gently, It will Invlg
oruto like n glass of wine, but It is no In
toxlcatlng bevcrogo lo lead to Intemperance;
will promote digestion, dissipate, head
ache, and generally tone up tho system.
Hon. Alex. II. Stephens, ot (la., says:
"Simmons Liver Regulator Is mild and
suits mo better than more active remodlcs."
To PiiESEitvR Natuhal FL0WBI18. Dip
the flowers In melted pnrafllnc, withdraw.
Ing them quickly. Tho liquid should bo
only just hot enough to maintain Its fluid
ity und thu flowers should bo dipped ono
nt n time, held by tho stocks and moved
nbout for mi Instant to get rid of air bub
bles. Fresh cut ilowers, free from moist
ure, make excellent specimens in this way.
If you would ptcscrvo your health and In
vigorate your entire system u&c Perrlne's
Pure Barley Malt Whiskey, For sale by
C. II. Bobbins, Bloomsburg, Pa. feow.
Young, old and middle-aged, all exper
ience the wonderfully beneficial effects of
Ayei'sSarfaparllla. Young children, snf
fciing from soio eyes, sore ears, scald
head, or with uny scrofulous taint, become
healthy and strong bv the use of this med
icine. Six bottles, 5,
nearly bald for six years, during which
tlmo I used many hair preparations, but
without succens. Indeed, what llttlo
hair I had was growing thinner, until
I tried Ayor's IIalr Vigor. 1 used two
bottles of tho Vigor, and my head is now
well covered with a new growth of hair.
Judson I). Chapol, l'eabody, Mass,
that has becomo weak, gray,
and faded, may havo new llfo
and color restored to It by tho uso of
Aycr's IIalr Vigor. "My hair was thin,
faded, and dry, and fell out In largo
quantities. Ayor's Hair Vigor stopped
too falling, and restored my hair to Its
original color. As n dressing for tho
hair, this preparation has no equal.
Mary N. Hammond, Stillwater, Minn.
Ifionp youth, and beauty, in tho
Y lull llj appearance ot the hair, may
be preserved for an indefinite period by
tho uso of Ayer's Hair Vigor. "A dis
ease of thn scalp caused my hair to bo
como harsh and dry, and to fall out
freely. Nothing I tried seemed to do
mo any good nntll I commenced using
Ayor's fiair Vigor. Throe bottles of
this preparation restored my hair to a
healtnv condition, and it is now soft
and pliant. My scalp is cured, and It
Is also freo from dandruff. Mrs. E. It.
Toss, Mllwaukco, Wis.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
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Perfect Safety, prompt action, and
wonderful curativo properties, easily
placo Ayer's Pills at tho head of tho list
of popular rcmodles for Sick and Nerv
ous Headaches, Constipation, nud all ali
ments originating in a disordered Liver.
I have been a great sufferer from
Ileadacho, and Ayer's Cathartic Pills
are the only medicine that has ever
given me relief. One doso of theso Pills
will quickly move my bowels, and froo
my head from pain. William L. Pago,
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Hold by all Deafen ln Medicine.
Wheat ncr bushtl
Rvu " 00
Corn " " .... CO
Oats " " 85
Flour " lib! 4
Dried Apnlcs 03
Side and shoulder 00
Lard per lb 08
Vinegar per gal 20
Onions per bushel 40
Veal skins 07
Wool per lb 33
Hides 0 to 7
Coal on Wiiaiif.
No U iS.OO; Nris i! 3, 4 & Lump $3.25
No. 5 $3.00 Bltumlnus, $3.25
to 6 89
FEED- Western wmtcr bran, spot, 13.50 a 11S5
VI.OU1I Western extra's 3 tuia 3.60 ; 1-enna
family, 37 4;00 Ohio clear. 4.25 4.C0 winter
patent 1.75 6.0.': l'enna. roller piocctss 4.10 9
WHEAT Pennsylvania red, No. 1, 91
COItN. SO (31 54
OATS. No. 3 whlto (A 35 No. 2, B7
HAY AND STItAW Timothy Choice Western
and New York-,1 l.oo. fair to good W estern and
New York, 9.00 12.00; medium Western and New
York, 9 011 .: Cut hay as to quality 14. 15.
Hyo straw 159 15.50, wheat straw, ig. Oat straw
9 ( 10.
POTATOES. New .40(9 CO per bbh
K( OS. Pennsylvania 13; western I2)f.
IiUTTElt. Pennsylvania creamery prints 23aai
Creamery Extra 20, Weacrn extra 1415, fair too
"i.IVEI'OULTllV. Fowls, it .13Jf
DltESSEU POULTItY.-Chlckens, 11 14
TO THE HOLDERS OK THE BONDS
OI' Til R I1I.OOMS1IU1UI STATS SOHMAL SCUOOL,
BhCl'KKD BY KIliST MOKTUAOI1, U1TED 6EITIS1BE11 1,
Notlco Is hereby lven that the principal and In
terrst on bonds Nos. 49 nnd 5) and lhe lnlerobl on
another ot said Honda outstanding up to tept. 1,
lisfl, will bo paid on presentation ot tho tame to
the Treasurer, athlsomeo ln bloomsburg, at any
tlmo within lirtecndajHfiom September 1, 18-
It bonds are not presented by October 1, 1680,
tho interest win bo deraulted and applied on pay
ment of principal debt. II. J. CLAHK,
autfi! 6t Treasurer.
Full lines of velvets.brocade and striped,
at lowest prices. Clark & Son,
Cloth for school dresses 23c. yd. at I,
W. Hartinan & Son's.
A TT JIade In one piece from partf
wmtil tuli not puiKT-
without veil tn . do bootM.no
tjidU', iiu smell. CI. KAN,
Tor lilirheii and Hairy
ua Manufactured by
Oswego lndnratel FibreCo
0-YMiO, N. Y.
Ak your grocer for them,
Now full lino of dress cloths nt Clark & I
Son's nt popular prices 23c. yd. and "upward.
"Hello I Hello 1" "Well, what is it V
"What did you use on your oats this
snrinir ?" Moro Phillips' soluble boue."
Did vou use tho same on vour potatoes ?"
"No. What did you uso ?" 'Ohurpless &
Carpenter's No. 1 bone, it makes them get,
don't it f" "Yes, sir." "Hello I there is
some one rincini: in on us. what do you
want ?'' Will it suit vou to brine mo n load
of fertilizer up to-morrow?" "Where do
you want me to pet it ?'' Down at tho
Farmers' Produce Exchange. "They don't
keep it do they f" "O, yes they do, why
vou ran tret anything you waut there." "Is
that so ?" "Yes sir, you tan get Lister
llros' iimmoniatLd bone. Lister liros. U. S.
E. bone. E. trunk Coe's Knickerbocker
soli'blo Pacific guano, Allentown complete
bono nhosnhate. Moro Phillips' super phos-
iihute of lime, Diamond bone, Moro Phil-
lips' soiuti'e none ucrman potasn, jonn r.
Orth's Heading bone, Shnrpless & Carpen.
tor's No. 1 hone, Shnrpless tSs Carpenter's
ncm pnospiiatc, n ii. eiiocmaKcr uo.
swift sure. All the above goods aro so'd
ut from 20 to 30 per cent less than any
other fertilizer sold, nnd nil kinds of grain
taken in exchange for them, llefore pur.
chuslng your fertilizers cull und give them
a trial nnd savo time, money and trouble.
June 4 iu.
the popular favorite for drenalmj
the li&lr, lUtorluf- color hen
f ray, and prerentlag Dandruff,
C cleanses the scalp, stop tha
hair f ailing, and U sure to please.
tt: and Sl.U) at IiruireUti.
The infest, surest and ttent cure far Corns. Ilunions. fte.
6 to, mull pain. Eukuivi comfort to the feet, Never fall
to cure. 13 cent at rutflBts. lliscox & Co., K. Y.
WNTKD. I want you to dopurlor work fo
mo at your o.vu home; plenty wort: good
nay; fi per piece; all materials iree.
Newspaper Adveu 'ng liureau, iu spruce St. N.V.
Tltll Institution liw Attwl I W IllUmtnni I I- rlnsMI
it Ihirly-eiclitli year June 17th.. crHtluntintr a c'ois
ot Ifttntv-nlne. It U a live school forhnih eei,
tbre&fitoi the ace, and furnlfhrji the hmt ficilmei
fortborouirh Instruction In IinciutiCii, Utpr&'ure,
Sclrncp, Mm thematic, Miihlc and Art. It provides
elirht reiruUr court-on uf Mmlr con fern drirrveR.
Us tulMliiRS are Urtre nud hHld with bteam. It
fttves discounts to ministers and tfsrhers. Il&ipcr
ytar rays lor board, waililn, lijrht, heal and fully
f arnUhed room. Fall term bruins Augiut 30. Cat a
lotfue may bp bad bvaddrfcslnir
HCOTT'H EMULHION OI' Pltltl!
Coi Liver Oil, With Hvpophosphltos.
In Of ii 'nil Deollttu, Emaciation, Comumplton
and Watting in Children.
Is a most valuable food and mcdlclue. It
creates an appetite for food, strengthens
tho nervous system and builds up the body
It Is prepared in a palatable form and pre-
scribed universally by physicians, TuUe
AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER.
To All Wanting Employment.
W. win, T.tv.. Pn.rpetle and CaD.ibta AcenUl
in (very county in tne unnea ataic. uu w
11 u ua.iTL An article havinp a larce .tlc. pav
mi over lai pt-r cent prulU, having no couinc'l
iIm.iii nn! nn which the acenl Is urolccletl ill
the exclusive tale by a deed iiiven ht cai.li ttnJl
every county he may secure from us. Willi nil I
nice auvaniage. ivuur jii,ii,u u uti n.
t is an article mat can tie torn 10 every nousc i
owner, It niljlit not Be necessary to rukc ani
v mftrturji.iAavorrEB to secure Eowl aucnls
at once, hut we have concluded to male, it to.
snow, not only our connuence in me mtni. m i
uur invention, hut in its salability by any asenl I
Hut will handle it with, energy. Our agcnol
linw at work are making from l$o to at
month clear and this fact makes It safe for lis I ill
make our otter to all who are out of employ'!
meut. Any agent that will give our business a (
thirty days' trial and fail lo clear at least $110
in this time, ABOVg AIL EXPSNsm. can return
all goods unsold to us and wc will refund the
money paid for them. Any agent or general
agent who would like ten or more counties and
work them through tub-agents for ninety days
and fail to clear al least So auovi All. is.
rs&B, cau return all unsold and get their
money back. No other employer of agents ever
dared to make such offers, nor would we If we
lid not know that we have agents now maaing s
lore than double the amount we guaranteed: I
.nd but two sales a day would give a profit cf I
ver lias a month, and that one of our agents
nnt .ii.r.t.en orders in one dav. Our larc ile
criptive circulars explain our offer fully, and
these we wish to send to everyone out of em-1
tdoymcnt who wilt senu us tnree une ccnti
stamps for postage. Send at once and secure I
the agency in time for the boom, and go to w k j
on sue terms naincu (11 uui iti,,,, j ,,.. .
We would like to have the address of all the I
agents, tewing machine solicitors anu orpin-1
ter in tne country, anu y i.i w
paper who reads this offer, to send ut at oner
the name and address of all tuch they know.
Addrets at once, or you will lose the best clutiLe
ever offered to those out uf employment to make
ll.Onty. JtlNNEt MAHUrACTUniNuCo,
11$ Smiihfield St., Pittsburg, fa.
New stvles. calicoes, clnchams, domestic 1
Roods of ull Uiuds at lowest prices Clark fi I
8 boxes of bargains ut I. W. Ilartmun &
Sou's, viz. gloves, ribbons, ties, collars,
IJuy your dress goods and silks of Clark
See thu remnants this month nt I. W,
Hartinan & Son's.
Farmers in want of grain drills can save
motioy by calling on me, ns I will sell the
best drills at ncurlv cost: also Lister liros.
phosphate, as low as can bo bought ln the
stale, uive me n can. p. u. qiuvk. dt.
Now coods comlni: almost every
now ut I. W. Ilartman & Bon's.
Collars, chemisettes, buttons, gloves.
ruclungs, laces, corsets, ribbons kc. ut
Clark ct Son's.
Don't forLtct I. W. Hartmau & Son close
sharp this mouth nt 8 o'clock In tho even.
When Hby wm tick, we git e hf r Caatorla,
When the wu a Chilcl, the cried, for Caatorla,
When the became lllsi, the clung to Cutoria,
When the bad Children, the gave Uiem Caatorla,
IRON ROOFING CO.
COKltt'OArEIl, CKIMrSIl EDfll, CKOWL'S TATKNT,
1 L.AIN snu
Iron & Steel Roofing & Siding.
Tliewj roodnirs wo lay on solid sheathing, on pur
lins, on Iron unrk, or over old shluKlca or slats.
e uavo in our einpiuy kixxi uuu i:rieui;ei
roofers ithomvifl will Bend out as Instructors to
those who may wish to lay their own roonng, pur.
chasers paj lag mci'a railroad tare and time. o
makottieso roolliiRs to any deslreU thickness and
weii;nu Ksiimuesgiien una contractu lascu iur
rooiliiKs and tUllntrs, laid and completed. Balls
fnctlon guaranteed on all work done by us., cala
rn'iittt Iron and btccl roonngs made to order at
riTThTON IKON HOW1MI UU.,
t fOlllce and factory near UUlgh Valley deoot,
Dock bt. Telephone connection. taugfi am
Opens titli month, nth. Thirty minutes Irom
llroadbt. Htntlon, Philadelphia. Under thecaro
ot friends, but all others admitted. FuUcolleiro
courxa (or both m'iih; Classical, tjclenlinc and UU
erury. Also a Manual Training and a preparatory
BCIIOOl. JlfUtlllllU locauuti, lurgu Kiuuuus, iren
and extenslNO bulldlugH and apparatus. For cat.
ulogun and (ull parlKulars, uudrchs KDWAlll) II.,
MAUILl A, Al., 1TCUU ItfSJ-nv.
E. B. BROWER
OAS FITTING iV STEAM UKAT1NU
Tn this nrn nf niliiltornted rrnnda it is n I
pleasure to Hud an artlclo that Is absolutely Q'l'fV 7 ?s! ?T TIN W A U V
nure. tsucn an arttcio is ureyuoppers no. kj a j i iukj kxj xj.ii lliiAVUe
rax ooap, aim tno price is so rcusonauin i
that thcro Is no excuso for anybody using I
common nuuiicraieii soap, jyau.
"Her features nro uot rctrulur, yet what
an attructlvo fucu she has ! ' 11 is her
I beautiful hair, Onco it was thin, grayish
und fading, A few bottles of Talker's
IIalr llulsuui wrought thu transformation.
It will no as iuucii lor nnyiiotiy, ju 4,
"I was all run uown. und Hood's Bursa.
parllla proved lust tho medicine 1 uceded,''
i writes uuniirvus oi people, luuoit now.
All k'uula of work in Sheet Iron, Hoof
nig nnd fcpouting promptly
ivsctlct attention given to heating by steam.
Comer of Main & East Sts.,