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FMDAY, JULY 15, 1887.
C0KB1CT IllinOlD Till I1I1LH.
Train? on tUo Philadelphia II It, lcayo Kurort,
NORTH. . BOCTU.
7:1 4 a. 11:37 a.m.
3:10 p. m. 6:30 p. m.
Trnlnson tho I). U & W. It. II. leave Illoomsburg
r,u a. m. s:M a. m.
1 1 .(i7 it in. 13:u5 a, m.
p. in. 1I1H p, m.
6:1(1 p.m. 8:ir p. m.
Trains on tli N. & W. 11. llallwajrpass llloom
11:M a. m.
4 IB p. m.
6:30 p. in.
C:SU p in
1H:4 a. m.
8:411 p. in,
l.Vii P. ra.
.Iiii.t 29. Tlio administrators of David
tjnwenborg, deceased, will sell personal
property consisting of ft pair of ponies,
nagous, liarness, stocks, &c , on tho prem
Iscs lu BloomsburB, ut 1 o'clock. See post
ers. Ji:i,y 15. Tlios. J. Hoffman, admlnlstra.
tor of Henry Hoffman, deceased, will sell
real estate on Filth street, Illoomsburg, he
ing a lot of 00 feet front, with two story
lirick dwelling, nnd outbuildings, at 3
o'clock p. in. Boo advertisement.
A l'liie RcHldeucc l'or Hale.
The executors of Mary N. Hnrman, de
ceased, ofTer at prlvato sale a handsome
rtflilence on Market street ahovc Main,
Illoomsburg. The house Is of brick, large
pleasant rooms, steam heat, gas, water,
tewcrnge, nnd nil modern Improvements.
There Is n largo framu barn, Ice house and
outbuildings. One of the most desirable
locations In the town, 'terms ensy.
They also oiler for salo thirty-seven ncres
of land on Normal hill, adjoining I'. Dil.
Ion's and the Hoyt cBtate. Cm be
divided into desirable building lots. For
terms and particulars apply to I. W. Me
Kelvy, ono of tho executors, or Geo. E.
Klwcll, attorney, Bloomsburg, I'a. tf
l OIt IIIINT.
Foil Sai.k on Hknt. The Music Hall,
fonncrly Eureka Hlnk, is offered for sale
or rent on reasonable terms by the new
manager, Parties wishing to hold festi
vals will do well to sec the manager.
J. I). BiiiFrKH, Malinger.
Shipping tags, with or without strings
at the Columman office. tf.
Democratic County Convention.
The Democratic voters of the several dis
tricts of Columbia county will meet at the
usual places of holding elections, on Satur
day July 23, between the hours of 3 and 7
o'clooK p. m , and elect delegates by ballot
to represent the districts in the County
Convention, to be held in the Opera House,
Illoomsburg, on Tuesday, July 20, at 11
o'clock a. m., to place in nomination one
person for Associate Judge, ono person for
Kothonotary, &c, one person for Register
and Hecorucr, ono person for County
Treasurer, two persons for County Cora.
mUsloncrs, and two persons for County
Auditors, and to transact such other busi
ness as the interests of tho Democratic
party may require. Also at the samo time
ami places, nnd in the same manner, the
Democratic electors in each district will
elect one person to serve as n member of
the Standing Committee, which will meet
immediately after the adjournment of the
lly order of Standing Committee,
It It. UTTLE,
Collectors' receipt Looks and notices for
sale at this olUce.
Apportionment or Helc-KiiieH.
The following apportionment of Dela
nates has been made bv the Standlne: Com
raittcc, in accordance with tho ltevlsed
Utiles, viz: Huleunu. Hie representation
of Districts in County Convention shall be
In proportion to tho Democratic vote of
each, ns cast at the most recent election for
Governor, but the whole number of dele
Kales shall not exceed elghty-flve, and no
district shall be allowed less than two, nor
more than four delegates.
Rule 3rd. Delegates shall be allowed to
districts upon a ratis of sixty votes for a
delegate, allowance being made for the
largest fraction of a vote:
Districts. Yoto for Uov'r. Delegates.
llloom, E ,
Notice to Committeemen.
The dclegato election tickets liavo been
printed at this olllce, and nro being sent to
the committeemen of the several districts.
Should any fail to reach their destination
by Wednesday of next week the committee,
men should Inform us, so that wc can send
duplicates. Don't wait until tho polls
open before looking after the tickets. Seo
that they are on hand In time.
During July nnd August the Comimmam
ollleo will closo every day nt six o'clock.tf
Dr. J. Schuyler and wlfo havo returned
from Ocean Groyc.
If. W, Oswald has moved Into tho Har
man property ou Market street
Miss Stella BIckler, of Tunkhanncck, Is
the guest of Miss E. AY. McICelvy.
Mrs. Morris Shipley nnd children, of
Cincinnati!, are visiting at Mr. Win. Ncal'a.
ltev. W. O. Loverctt exchanged pulpits
last Sunday with Ilev. Maxwell, of Dan
ville. Miss llessio Hughes, of tho Normal
School, is spending her vacatiou nt home
Tho wood work nbout the Exchango Ho
M H being repainted.
livery democrat should attend tho dole
Sato election on Saturday, July 23.
Dr. J. H, Moore of I'lttston has decided
'o give up his visits to Illoomsburg.
O. Marr Is Improving rapidly in health
and strength. Wo hopo soou to seo 1dm
a the Ureas again.
Tho Messrs. Caswell Itros. desire to ex.
frees thanks to those who so kindly assist
d them In their late bereavement.
Cottagers nt Easlesmcro boast of wear.
ug overcoats and sleeping under blankets
this July weather.
If jou must drink Ice water, drink a lit.
J of It at a time. I'rofUBO llbatious from
, lce j"8 ro frequently fatal and always
THE COLUMBIAN AND
Hnrrio 1'ursci has tho agency for tho
" ""-inn liaunury. i.eave or.
Tho salo of U ml In it,.. aii........ ... ..
Orccnwood township, by Hamucl Smith,
Trustee, has been adjourned until Batur.
unjr August (l at 3 p, m.
V. caiiuimi ciln mm i, i. ...I
OrovohythcA.M. K. Church of Hlooms
burg, beginning Baturday, July 30, and
-viitlltlllllU lllllll W1TRT M
Viewers ntltininli.il l. II.. . . .
, ..... j iu vuiin ig assess
damages in the enso of John 1'. Creasy
against thu 1. ,t 8, II. It. Co., met on Mon
day anil awarded the plaintiff (.1500.
Mr. Jesse I). Ulco dlrd at hU r1.1nn
200 llrlges street, Ilnrrlnht.rg, Tuesday
evening at 6 o'clock. He was brought to
iMoomsimrg for interment Thursday.
Wo nrc indebted to II. A. M'Klllln Ir.r
copy of '.he "Wast" tihotnirmni,
whou blaitlng the rocks on the Ironilalo
oail, of which mention was made at the
There lll bo an Ice crenm festival hold
In the grove nt tho Kitchen M. E. Church,
Saturday evening, July 10. All nrc cord.
Inlly invited to atttend. Proceeds for be-
One hundred and twentv-four Inmalrn.
who were removed from Iilocklcy hospital,
l'lillatlelphla, to Danville at tho time of
the (lro nt lllockley.wero removed Tuesday
10 riiiiauclplila, tlio hospital having been
It Is an ever growir.e conviction that
Live Stock !ns. has come to Btay nnd Hint
the Union Co. Mutual Live Stock Ins. Cn.
is king of all doing business In tho State,
oi which tne best tmslncsss men take ad.
A teachers' examination will be held nt
Mlnilnvlllc, July 15, at Itupcrt, July 10, at
Htickltorn, July 21, at Jerseytow n, July 22,
Hoaringcreck, Locust nnd Franklin nt
Hoarlngcreck, July 27, Scott, nt Llchtstrect.
July 30, Heaver nnd Main, nt Malnville,
Hon. A. L. Fritz having served his rcgu-
lar term in the Legislature will now devote
Ids time to the pinctico of h's legal pro
fession. His card appears at the head of
column on first page. Those desiring to
consult him on any legnl matter will find
him in his ollleo over post offlco at all
hours of the day.
J. Saltzcr received on Satuiday last a
fine upright piano. For tone nnd volume
it can not bo excelled anywhere. Mr.
Saltzer handles only the best makes of
pianos nnd orgnn9, nnd sells them as cheap
ns inferior articles. Call and sec his in
struments at Ids large warcrooms n few
doors below Market street.
Bishop Howe has announced ills intcn
Hon to retire from the active work of tho
bishopric, nnd hereafter ho will be merely
counsellor to assist Hishop Hullson, who
will perform the active work of the bishop,
ric under the direction of Hishop Howe.
The latter is now Hie oldest llvlnp member
of Hie house of bishops In America, and
Is fast approaching his 80th year.
A game of lawn tennis was played last
Monday nt the grounds of the Ilonltn club,
in tho rear of the Episcopal Church, be.
tween Messrs. Kase and McGill, of the
Danville club, nnd Levcrett and Smith, of
the llloom club, which resulted in tho de
feat of the Danville boys, every set being
beaten by the home team. Quite a large
number of the Hloom club witnessed tho
I'ctcr Melick of Mt. Pleasant township,
having becomo violent nnd making serious
threats, was brought to town Wednesday
of last week, and committed to Jail to await
the verdict of a committee tin lunacy. A
committee consisting of Dr. McKelvy, J.
J. Lnwall. and Win. Christman, examiued
him Wednesday alternoon and In coiiv
plintice with their verdict he was taken to
the Danville Asylum Thursday.
Miss Luldn Musgrave of Welllversvillo
died at the home of her nieco nt Montours
yillo last week. About live weeks ngo she
took sick with typhoid malaria while visit
Ing with her niece Mrs. Leo Heller at Mon.
toursville, In Lycoming county. Tho re
mains wero brought down on Saturday
last and services held nt 10 a. m., conduct'
cd by ltev. Hoovcn. Interment in Kitchen
ccmcn-ry.- V.Z tkccatl'I wna. oL kind
and loving disposition and leaves a wluo
circle of friends to mourn her I093.
Persons having unsettled accounts on the
books of tlio late David Lowcuberg, aro
earnestly requested to make prompt settle
ment of thu same, as the administrators de.
sire to closo and settle tho estate within tho
year. Attention to this notlco and reuuest
will greatly aid them, t iul save trouble, an
noyanco nnd costs. Tho administrators
will bo in attendance nt tho old placo of
business for this purpose, with tho books
Mr. Warren McIIeury, son of Hon.
James McIIenry and member of the firm of
Mcllcnrv & Sons, died at his home at
Cambra. Tuesday night of lait week.
About six weksago a tumor was removed
from his 111) bv Dr. Murphy or Wilkes.
barre. Boon after the brain became ntfect
cd ami nt Intel vuls he bad violent spasms.
He was oulv partially conscious during the
six weeks of his nllllction, and his suiter.
lug only ceased when his eyes wero closed
in death. He was about 3.1 yiars of age,
was born and raised near Cambra ami
leaves u wife and ono child.
Tlio lightning rod swindlers who offer to
put new rods In the place of the old ones
for n very small sum of boot money, have
turned up again. Their mode of operation
is tD get the fanners' signature to a eon
tract to pay tho small difference between
tho price of the new and the old rods. Of
course, when the festive agent U out of
reach, tho coutrnct turns up as n Judgment
note for ten times the amount of the origin
ul agreement. Tho dodge Is such an oil
ono mid has been exposed so often that any
farmer foolish enough to bo taken in by it
should bo sent to an asylum for tho ftcblo
List of letlers remaining In the Post Of
flco at Illoomsburg for week ending J ily
W. F. Hartch, Miles Carnes, Miss Al.co
Huthlugs, M. Hoss, John Itellly, Miss Dcra
Topic, Jacob Waulch, W. S. Williams.
W. 8. Irwin, bam. Jones.
Persons calling for theso letters will
please say "advertised."
Geoiinn A. Ci.AiiK, P. M
Awnril of iniinnifcw.
in tho case of John Zancr vs B. & i.
railroad, the jury of viewers on Saturday
last awarded 1700 damages. In the cas
of Samuel Buivo tho Jury met on Monday
nnd awarded $300 damages.
Letter I'rom r. Ammermnti,
UnwtNwoon, Dut-, July 7t!i, 1887.
The glorious Fourth Is paused nnd tho
Bmig of the llro crnckcr Is no mnro henrd
In our Intnl. Business ,iia nfift resumed
Its former aspect and time rolls on. Wc,
tho citizens of Grocnwood and vicinity,
loaded down with patriotism and lovo for
our country, helped to celebrate tho day at
Farmlngtnn, five miles north of us. The
day was delightful, n cool breeze, with now
and then n cloud to hldo tho rays of tho
sun, made It as plcaant n Fourth of July
as we havo ever witnessed. There wns n
lnrgc crowd of people there. Appioprlnto
Bpeeches, music by a cornet bnnd, n bounl.
emis supper gotten up by the Indies of the
M. I.. Church fur the benefit of the par.
soungo of that place, and n game of haso
ball between a nine composed of Green,
wood nnd Farmlnglon boys vs. n Dovtr
nine which resulted In i victory for tho
former of 7 to 10, were nmong the amuse,
mcnts of the day.
Harvesting commenced hero nbout tho
IO1I1 of Juno unit the wheat crop is very
good. The first threshed In this scolloti
was n ten ncrc field on the Inrm of John
t'odd nenr this place, thu yield of which
was 333 bushels from 12 bushels sowing.
Others have threshed since that have aver.
nged from 25 to 28 bushels per ncrc, Hint is
wlient sown on fallen land, that sown on
stalk land, I. e. 011 land that corn had been
taken oil of or sown in corn stubble, will
not yield so well ns It was to dry to get it
sowed In time. Oats Is ready to harvest
and the corn is looking fine. The early
varieties of poaches nro ripe. The first
shipped from tills station was on Thursday
the 50th of Juno. From now on till tho
last of Sept. we will have rlpo peaches, as
one vnrlity is gone another comes on. It
3 n beautiful sight to sec the trees laden
with red ripe fruit. Tho crop will not bo
as heavy as some years owing to n frost
that killed soino while In blossom. Many
orchards havo all they can boar, while others
have not so many. Strawberries were an av
crnge crop nnd sold In l'lillndclphin, Now
1 ork and lloston markets for from 4 to 15
cents per tpiart. Grass wns heavy and a
good crop of hay was made, our soil Is
particularly ndnpted to clover, it takes
readily 011 our lightest soil and on lmprov.
ed land it grows abundant. We are hav.
Ing In abundance string beans, new potn-
toes, beets, radishes, pens, Ac. Also bcr-
rioj of every description, both wild and
cultivated, many of the nbovo we have en
Joyed for weeks past. We will soon have
sugar corn, sweet potatoes, water melons,
On Sunday the 3rd iust myself and fam
ily In company with David Strotip nnd
famllj and others from this place drove
down to Ilrown's M. E. church near Mid
dleford to attend children's day. The
three congregations: Urown's, Ilcthcl, and
Concord, that compose Cannons circuit,
met in the grove nenr Brown's church and
held their services together. This U the
chuich that F. S. Klnports nnd wlfo nltend.
After tho forenoon services it wns in order
to take lunch, ntui us would be perfectly
natural we Pennsylvaniiins with n few oth
ers spread our tables togelhoi nnd partook
of nn excellent dinner such ns Pcnna. wo-
men nrc capable of preparing In the
afternoon services were resumed at 3 o'clock
and the day was thus pleasantly spent in
listening to the speeches of the children,
singing, itc. Tho collection lifted was $05.
Wo had a delightful rain last evening
nnd every corn Held is doing its level best
to get ahead of its neighbor.
Dayid Stroup has his new house about
completed ind will soon be nicely located
on the main county road, the old buildings
nro back. His crops nrc looking fine. He
will do well here, for, ns the saying Ishere,
"he's a woiking white man sure." F. S
Klnports is rnphlly Improving Ids farm and
Is getting along nicely. Will have a nlco
lot of peaches this year. Mrs. A. opened a
millinery and notion storo hero this spring
and is having a nice trade. There is very
little sickness in tlio county at present. If
nny of you Columbia county pcoplo con
template visiting Delaware there would be
no nicer time for to do so than dur.
lug the peach season. lien you come
you will tlnd our latch string on the out-
C. W. Am.mkuman.
IrviKlt SlL-ulliitf on tlie Ilciulluu
A few days ago William Stnckhousc,
detective in tho employ of the Philadelphia
and Heading Itiillroail Company, took de
cisivc steps nt Catawissa in disclosing tho
systematic robbery of freight trains rnn -
njniiov -,'nu ,ltuwissn Hnd Wllhnmsport
branch of the Heading railroad, which lias
covered period of six or eight years. Tho
losses of tho company through this means
over tho Catnwlssa and Wllllamsport
branch will aggregate $10,000 or more, nud
hitherto no clue could bo obtained as to
the whereabouts of the gooda. The articles
stolen consisted of dry goods, groceries,
hardware, notions, silks, cloth and every
variety of freight that could be handled
and secreted. For months past Detective
Stack house has been quietly working tho
matter up, and Friday evening one of the
brakemeu formerly employed on the divls.
was charged w 1th having n hand in the
robberies. He broke down when confront
ed with tho evidence against 1dm, and
made a confession implicating about thirty
ot his fillow railroaders. He also told
where a lot of tho goods were concealed.
Search warrants were obtnlned nnd tho
houses Indicated were visited. There
goodj to the nmout of nearly 1,000 wero
Ono of tho guilty parties, who heard of
this, hnd a lot of stolen goods In his pos
session sent to Espy, nbout six miles from
Catawissa, where they were concealed In a
hay 6tack ou his brother's farm, Tho do
tecllye traced theso goods nnd secured
them, returning with n wagon-load of
tho plunder. From the evidence 111 tho
hands of Hie authorities obtained through
tlio confessions it appears that theringlead
eri in the work were H. J. Nuss, chief dis
patcher of the Slmnokln Division, formerly
vouuuetur, and in whoso house a large
portion of the goods were found, aud his
brother, Aaron Nuss, now a brnkenmn on
tho Mabanoy Division, and formerly a
brakeman at Catawissa. Ono of tho rob
bers, who Is uow u hotel keeper, but who
formerly held a position as brakeman on
Nuss' train, bcsaino alarmed at tho turii
matters had taken and also mado u confes.
Tho whole town Is In an excited state.
and groups of men, women and children,
lined tho streets and corners Baturday
nwaltlng new developments. Quite a num
ber of prominent railroad meu aro already
Implicated, and there is no telling who will
bo arrested next, as a largo number of war.
rants have beea Issued and tho men aro be.
Ing taken from their trains 011 tho Sharuokin
Division wherever they can bo reached. H.
J. Nuss was arrested onSuturday afternoon
as J10 Blcppc.1 front the trtdu at tho station,
wucre 110 wi'i ueca called by a telegram.
He was takciHiu'oro a Justicool tho Penco,
where ho walAl a hearing and entered ball
for his uppenr tjoe at Court,
fo close out t'lnln lines of wcddlnc In
vllallons a uuinbr of bargains aro offered
at this ofllce. 'iliso wanting smaU lots.
from 10 to 25, wBsavo raom.y by ordering I
iu m vuu.i.i-ilCe, ir i
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA C0UN1T, PAT
nryliiR tip AlUc.
A cnt.linRI) MAN WHO IlltKAKH OFF A 1MKOR Of
niMsmr ron monky.
I'rom the Vlrtnlitirg llorald.
An odd case of human wretchedness wns
reported yestcrdny by Justice John Levins
nnd Constable Frank Little, who had Just
returned from n trip to Chickasaw bayou.
On n plantation near tho bayou they found
n negro man who had been n farmer until
incapacitated by discaso from working. Ho
first nttracted their nttcntlon by hobbling
nbout on the stumps of what should havo
been his feet nnd exhibiting hnnds which
wcic without fingers or thumb.
Ton much nccustomed to tho sight of
(pieer iWormttlcs In persons of Hie negro
rncc they simply glanced nt htm mid would
havo passed If the unfortunate African had
not deliberately unwrapped a bnndngo
nbout one of his hands nnd carelessly
caught the remaining stump of 11 fltger
between ids kmc nnd t lie wrist of Ids other
hand and with the utmost nonchalanco
pulled the stump rff. He threw It nwny
nnd ngnln put Ids dteflgurcd arms in his
bandages. Ho then scratched a consider
able portion of his left foot oft nnd settled
himself comfortably nt rest on the shndy
side of tho fence.
Tho peace officers rtcovercd their equan
imity after a few seconds and held n con
sultation. They were not euro that If they
disturbed the man that ho would not un.
Joint himself entirely and not wlshtng to
bo tho cause of such n catastrophe, they
wallet until he had time to grow quiet be.
fore they questioned him.
The curiosity started to He at first, but
Justice Lavlus put lilm un Ills oath to tell
tho truth, nnd stopped this. The story
told was that about six months ago the vic
tim noticed that his lingers and toes wero
becoming cramped nnd numb. He paid
no attention until one day In using his In
dex finger ns a stopp. r for his pipe, ho
broke it oft In the bowl. He wns nlnrmcd
and threw tho pipe nwny, nnd ns he did so,
parted with another linger. Panic-stricken
he lied to his home, and had a voudoo doc
tor to attend him. The treatment ho re
ceived did not bcncllt him, nnd ho contin
ued to lose hU fingers nnd toes until he be
came hardened to It, and of late, when he
found one growing too dry, ho would pull
it olt. One of Ins feel was gone ami tho
toes of the other were missing. The last
finger ho possessed was tho one his uudt.
ence saw him remove, and he had stripped
nearly all the calloused flesh from one shin.
He further staled that he never felt pain.
After he finished tho listeners were in
clined to doubt, nnd on the prombo of a
two-bit piece they darky calmly pulled oft
n portion of his left car, which he said was
going very rapidly nnd would fall nwny in
a fw dayn anyhow. He did not seem par
tlculnrly frightened at his condition, as he
thought lie had enough legs and arms to
last n year or two longer at the woist.
None of the man's friends were nblo to
explain how ho contracted his discaso and
tho man did not know himself. Tho gen-
tlemcn who were treated to tho sight of his
condition were also unable to tell what his
trouble is, but nrc inclined to b:llcve Hint
it is something of the nature of leprosy or
I'uncrnl of H. A. Cnnwell.
The funeral services wero held over the
remains of S. A. Caswell, at his late resi
dence on Fifth street, Sundny evening at
7 o'clock. A sermon was preached by Kcv.
F. P. Mnnhart, of the Lutheran Church,
Bloomsburg, and prayer offered by ltev.
J. M. Steck, of the Lutheran Church of
Wllllamsport. Monday morning the body
was conveyed to the depot of the D. L. &
W. It. II. at 8:32, and taken to Jersey Shore
via Northumberland. Tho body being cm
balmed, was kept in nice state of preserva
tion until the arrival of all of his brothers,
the las', of whom reached here Saturday
afternoon. The fuuernl cortege reached
Jersey Shore in safety and after a Journey
of nbout two miles the cemetery was
reached and the last sad rites performed,
and a kind and loving brother consigned to
his resting plnce. Thus nnothcr link of
tlio family chain is gone, while an nged
father, six biothcrs and ono sister remain
to mourn his loss.
I'ohi Mortem lixamlmitloit.
A post mortem was held on the body of
S. A Caswell on Thursday morning of last
week. During his life he had expressed n
wish to his brothers as well a3 to his at
tending physician that they should have au
examination made of his heart. According
ly the following wrv; V'V.'T'i1 rVru!""- !
l. 1 T.ll.rill .......... ... w ..no.,
u ir 1. r. Gardner. S. U. Arment, II. W.
Mclleynolds, J. C. Hutter of Bloomsburg,
nnd Dr. O. U. Hcagan of Berwick. Dr.
Iteagan reached here nt 3:&2 and they all
went direct to the late residence on corner
of West and Fifth streets. The heart was
removed nud fouud to havo gono through
a process of ossification, by which some of
the chambers were wholly closed. The
heart had become as hard as bone, and the
valves ceasiug to work, immediate death
followed. The other organs of Hie body
were found to bo In a healthy condition,
txcept being slightly enlarged and Irrltat.
ed, being lu sympathy with tho diseased
condition of the heart.
The IlclL-Kntu lClcctlon.
As matters now stand Judge McIIeury
will bo nominated for Associate Judgo with
little opposition If nnv. Prothonotnrv
onyuer win no renominated without nn
opponent. Tho fight will b" mado on
Treasurer, Kegister and Hecorder and com.
missinners. There should bo a largo vote
polled, us tho selection of these officers Is a
matter of great public importance. Turn
out, and see that your neighbors do the
same. Delegate election, Saturday, July
2J, between a uud 7 p. in.
lleiuocriillc Voters l Columbia Co
For Iteglstcr and Hecorder voto for M,
F, Eyerlynt your deligato election and bo.
cure a man that can fill Bald ofllce In every
Can speak the Girman language. Would
holil tlio ollleo as tho servant of the people,
lto Is In need of said ollleo to mako n liv
ing, otllco work being the only kind of la-
bor ho can perform, on account of physical
ailments. A Votkii or Said Paiity.
July 0, 1887.
IlarliyH lropli lactic Fluid.
Gives prompt and pcrmanont relief lu
burns, scalds, chilblains, venomous stings
or bites, cuts and wounds of every descnp
Hon. It Is lnvnluablo in Bcarlet fever, diphthe
ria, small.por, cholera, yellow, typhus, ty
phoid and other fevers.
For sick.iooms, to prevent tho spread of
contaglon.it Is the best disinfectant known.
HON, ALEX, 11, bTKVKNH, UFOi,
Daruys Prophylactic Fluid Is au urticlo
of llttlo cost, but great value. Its domes,
tlo as well nB medicinal uses aro numerous
while Its Bpeclaltlcs aro most wonderful.
No head of a family should ever ho without
IU) You intend Vimtlng tlieHca.
Arc you fond of bathlug ? If go, before
leaving tho city procure u bottle of Per
rlue's Pure Uarley Malt, uud by taking a
you will And Its beneflclal effects wonder.
wincgiassiui oner coming out of tho water
jni. Koran nlivnl ,lrn,.t.iD
VA81IlNitT01S I.ItTTISlt. j
(From our ltegul.tr Correspondent.)
Washington. D. O., July 11, 1887.
To show tlio ynnlly of nil the speculation
ns to the successor of the lato Justice
Woods, it is only necessary to mention the
fact that ns the new Justice ennnot tako
his scat on the Bench until ho Is confirmed
by the United States Scnnte, so then It Is
not nt all piohablc that tho appointment
will bo made before Congress meets In De
cember, for ns the old saying goes, tlio
President doca not believe "In crossing n
bridge 'till ho gets to It."
Tho President's abandonment of his pro
posed visit to St. Louis Is it theme of ab
sorbing interest and discussion, nnd vol
times pro nnd con. hnyo been wtlttcn nnd
Bpokeu nbout It. Tho President's action
has had two opposite effects with Grand
Army men; one faction plumes Itself in
having repulsed the President, while the
other reluctantly yields lilra respect and
admiration for his resolute moral courage,
which so far, has been equal to every re
quirement throughout his illustrious career.
The next dny after Hie nppenrnncc of his
St. Louis visit, 100 members of General
Landncr post, Grnnd Army of the Uepub
11c, of Lynn, Mnss., cillcd upon the Presi
dent, gnvc three ringing cheers nnd wero
warmly welcomed to the White House byja
patriotic speech from the President.
Under the authority of Congress, Senator
Cockrell Is drawing to a closo his investi
gation ot tho methods of conducting the
buslucss of the various depnrlinents nnd it
is hoped that if no other beneficial result
Is seemed, provision nt least will bo made
for tho settlement of the accounts of dls
burs Ing nlllclal" before gtim death cheats
The colored people of the south nrc com
ing forwnrd ns complainants before the In-tcr-Slate
Commission in n renewed effort
to secure their so-cilled "civil rights" by
forcing themselves to ride in "do samo
cyar wid de white folks." I think it would
be well to dub the Commission, "Tho
Grand High Court of Complaints," as
scarcely a dny passes without every cou-
celvable sort of protest and petition being
gravely presented for their consideration
Despite the great clamor raised by the rail
roads agalnBt the alleged Ingenious effects
of tho Inter-Stnto act, it would be well to
note tho signlfbnnt fact Hint the net earn
ings of the principal roads for the month
of June, 1887, Is greatly iu excess of the
sum earned during the same period last
year. No better argument should bo ad
duced in favor of the law.
A great sensation was created in tho
Treasury by the arrest of Oscar J. Harvey,
chief of a division in the Second Controll
er's ofllce.for forgeries nmounting to $9,200
The defaulter had prepared his papers v
forge accounts amounting to $52,800, and
tho only thing that prevented him from
realizing the sum wns the delay of Con
gross in making the appropriation it cer
talnly would have been made but for the
detection of Harvey's steal, because it is n
portiou of the Deficiency Appropriation.
After being confronted with tho evidences
of Ids crime, the wretched man brokp down
and confessed nil. The penalty Is $1,000
tlno or ten years imprisonment, or both In
each case, nnd there arc n hundred cases
Mrs. Pickett, widow of tho Confederate
General and hero, has returned from Get
tysburg, where relatively speaking hei re
ceptlon wns ns warm as that of her distin
guished husband twenty-four years ago
.Mrs. Pickett spoke with pride of her great
ovation, nnd in greeting your correspond
ent, she exhibited her right hand, worn
through tho skin by the hearty shakes of
tho gallant nud generous Union veterans.
In speaking of that memorable and histor
ical event she was nlmost moved to teara.
The crank, Huba, tho man who wns nr.
rested forthrcntening President Cleveland's
life has been confined in Hie Hospital for
Insane ns n dangerous lunatic.
As a bit of welcome nnd encournglug
news to nil good Democrats, I will mention
the fnct Hint Washington's Republican
postmaster will give placo to a Democrat
in a short time.
The President and .Mrs. Cleveland nro en
route to New York to attend the Clinton
celebration and visit several other places
and the trip will doubtless bo one of much
pleasure and Interest to tho people ns well
ns their honored guests.
In his frenzied zcnl to manufacture a lit
tlo more bloody shirt political capital, the
Washington correspondent of the N. Y.
Tribune telegraphed his paper that Secretary
Endlcott, smarting under ids responsibility
for the battle Hag folly, had ordered that
it""r",rr ''u furnished the press from tho
vii.-..-. 'ho (secretary's spec
lir . . ...
unr recorus, wiiuuu,;.,.,uoami,
nspecllon and permission. -'Aii(,rrii:eriiia.',jnr whilo trying to develop tho cas
me secretary had positively denied the
statement, the correspondent reiterates tho
charge and accuses tho Secretary of false-
I'crNccutlou at Went l'olnt.
West Point has met witlt n pretty sevcru
retniue from tin, administration in tlierevo
cntion by the president of the unexpected
part or the sentence against Cadet Evans of
Illinois. Ho wns tried by court-martial,
lounu guilty, anil sentenced, because he
had stated to a young lieutenant, who was
ono oi tils mstiuctora, that ho had treated
him unfairly. His classmates told the
mcmuers oi the board ot visitors that
i.vans hud simply told tho truth, whatever
dilfcrcnce of opinion there might bo ns to
the propriety of giving expression to his
views. Hut military discipline ns inter-
pieted at West Point, could not brook tills
and tho sentence of the cumt-inartial con
demned the cadet to remain at tho nend
emy during the entire term of tho encamp
meut, and to be put down two numbers on
the list. Tho confinement micht bo en.
dured, but to bo placed down two numbers
was a great degradation, which would fol.
low tho cadet through life, and which
might seriously Interfere with just promo.
lion at au important period in his career,
Tho ofllcers ut West Point wero remou.
auumu wiiu uy mgti oiuciais. nicy were
told that in tho opluioii of tho outside
world tho sentence was regarded as urbl.
trary and severe, nud would tend to bring
tho academy into disfavor In nii,irt..r0
where It much needs friends. Tho reply
simply was that tho offenso was "heinous"
that was tho term used and that ilm -...
tence must stand
Hut li happened that young Evans had a
great many Influential friends, and ono of
them chanced to be a member of the board
of visitors to West Point this year. That
member investigated thu case, and was
convinced that the cadet was tho victim
either of a persecution or of a martinet
system that ought to bo rebuked. Tho vis.
itor wbb a military man of larger experience
than tho lieu tenant who felt uffronted and
ha3 seen more of the enemy's lire. Ho In
tcrested the ether members of tho board In
tho caso, and one of the visitors camo to
Washington and presented the matter to
tho War Department autho'ltlcs and to the
President. Tho result was that Evans wm
relioved of tho unexecuted part of his sen
tence, and was assigned immediately upon
graduation to a reglmeut to which lmnort.
tint duties havo ueently been intrusted.
Tho Intervention of tho President In a case
which does not involve dismissal from
Wct Point is quite uuiiiual,
Walter Ij. Main.thc proprietor of a small
tiaveling circus, which exhibited here las
week, was arrested nt Pli-mnmi. - .n..."
day for defrauding his pnfons.
John Wiinninakcr wns fifty years old on
Twcnty.flve dcnlhs from yellow fever
hnve been reported nt Key West
Henry Wnltcrson thinks that Cleveland
will bo renominated for the Presidency.
Mils Annlo Plutir died In chinch nt
I'otlsville lust Sunday morning from a
stroke of apoplexy.
Khodo Moe, an aucllnnccr, wns killed on
Saturday, July 2, In Franklin township,
Bradford county, bj Dr. Itnndolph Lyons,
who afterwards shot himself. Both wero
about 03 years old. On Thursday, July
7th, Mrs. Lyons committed suicide by tnk.
The Broad street station at Philadelphia,
is a hotel ns well nn n rnllrond depot, nnd
tho employees can find everything they
wnnt In tho building. About 200 trains
lenvc the station dully, nud II Is estimated
that 25,000 passengets take the cars there
every day. The station Is too small for tho
business of the road, nnd it is said that It
will soon bo enlarged.
The memory of the Garfield family Is re
called by the statement that Mollio Gar
Held, the President's daughter, Is to bo
married Hi J. Stanley Brown In September.
Sir. Brown Is best remembered as Mr.
Garfield's private secrctnry, and ns tho
mnn who rendered such tender but efficient
service when tho victim of Gultcnu's bullet
lay sti etched upon his death-bed. Al
though many years the young lady's senior,
he Is credited with having been n gallant
wcoer, and the affection between tho two 1
is said to be the most tender. It had Its
birth, indeed, in those sorry times nt Wash
ington nnd Elberon. Whether or not tho
wedding will be public lias not yet been
decided, but the privacy In which tho fam
ily now llvo would Indlcato n quiet cere
mony. The proprietors of all tho lending hotels
of Huntingdon hnve decided to closo their
houses ngalnst all transient and regular
boarders, to take effect on the 10th, be
cause their applications for heenso were
refused last week.
1 he regular boarders nt nil tho hotels,
who have been notlfled to leave at once,
are greatly distressed by reason of their in
ability to fintl suitable lodging places else
where. Many of them nro being tnken
care of by personal friends. The landlords
Justify their notion by declaring Hint with
out license they ennnot nltord to keep
their Imiscs open. It Is feared that the
c'tc-"n r.f the proposed celebration of the
- 1 .ty's centennial anniversary, to bo held
iu September, will bo seriously Interfered
with in consequence of tho hotels being
closed to the public.
Oscar S. Harvey of Wllkcsbarre, Treas
ury Chief of Division at Washington, is
under arrest for forgery nnd other frnudu-
lent practices. It seems Hint while he was
acting as chief of the horse claims division
he discovered nbout twenty old enses, tn
which nil the necessary pnpers hnd been
perfected, hut which had never boon fin
ally considered, because of the press of
other business, and also because no ono
seemed to bo particularly interested la
them. Mr. Harvey took charge of them
himself, and under the nssumed name of
'W. W. Wynn, attorney," addressed sever
al letters to tho Third Auditor, urging their
Immediate consideration. Harvey then se
cured their allowance by the accounting
officers by means of the counterfeit stamps
nnd forged signatures which hnd been so
successfully employed by him in other
These clnims amounted to $2,550, nnd
checks for that amount were sent to the
mythical Mr. Wynn, and in that way camo
into the hands of Mr. Harvey, who had 110
difficulty whatever in securing their pay
ment nt tho Citizen's National Bank of
Washington. He forged tho necessary in
dorscments to the checks nnd then ndded
his own nnmc. This new discovery swells
the total amount fraudulently secured by
Harvey to $11,700.
WHY AS OHIO MAN IS DOWN ON HOKINO FOR
A correspondent of tho Cincinnati Com-
martial predicts an overwhelming disaster
to the sections of country occupied by the
natural gas wells, and is so positlvo in his
assertions that ho urges the calling of an
cxtia sessloh of Congress to take somo no
tion in the mater. He says: Boring for
natural gas should be prohibited by string
ent laws. The eood people if Ohio and
1. I w . ...
lno.',......,. .... . , i..,,i-m.rnnslder
magazines, do not take 'tnno' 'to since tho
that they are toying with a forco that mm
destroy this country nnd themselves. The
dnnger that Impends Is well known to scl.
cntists. Two hundred years ngo in China
there wns Just such a crazo about natural
gas as wc havo In tills country to-day. Gas
wells were sunk with ns much vim and
vigor as tho Celestials wero capable of j but
owing to a gas explosion that killed several
millions of people and tore up and destroyed
a largo district of country, leaving a large''
Inland sea, known on the maps as lake Foo
Chang, the boring of any more gas wills
was then and there prohibited by law. It
seems, according to the Chinese history,
that many largo and heavy pressure gas
wells wero struck, and in soma di'tricts
wells wore sunk quite near to each other.
Gas was lighted as soon as struck, as is
done in this couutry. It is stated that ono
well, with its unusual pressure, by indue
Hon or back draft, pulled down into the
earth the burning gas of n smaller well, re
sulting in a dreadful explosion of a largo
district nnd destroying tho inhnbltnnts
threof. Lake Foo Chang rests on Hits dls.
trict. Tho samo catastrophe Is Imminent
iu this country unless tho laws restrict fur.
ther development in boring so mnny wells.
Should a similar explosion occur thcro will
bo such nn upheaval as will dwarf tho most
teniblo of earthquakes ever known. Tho
country along the gas belt from Toledo
through Ohio, Indiana and Kcntuckv win
ho ripped up to Hie depth of 1,200 to 1,500
feet and floppi d over llko a pancake, lcav--Ing
n chasm through which tho waters of
i.aKo i-.no will como howling down, filling
tho Ohio nnd Mississippi valleys, and blot
ting them out forever. Somo prompt ac.
Hon should bo tnken at onco to prevent this
SCOTT'S EMULSION OP PUIiE
foil l.lvci- (ill, Willi ll.oiilio.plili,.,.
For Lung Trouble and H'aalina ),,,..
Dr. J. Slmonaud, New Orleans. La..
says: "Scott's Emulsion is tlio finest nren.
aratiou of tho kind. In affections of the
!mugs and other wastlnir diseases.
consider It our most reliable agent. In u
perfectly elegant and agreeable form."
COLUNS-OPPLINGEIt.- in iiinm.
burg, pa , Thursday, July 7,1887, by Hev.
A. rlttaln, Mr. Ira II. Collins to Miss Ilut
tio Oppllnger, both of iAizernn Co.. Pa.
YOIIEV, Near Neal's Furnace, lllnnm..
uurg, Pa., July 8. 1837. lira. a
Yohoy, nged 23 years and 0 months.
rmt.ADKl.rUA, .Monday, July 11, 18S7.
Store closnd at i P. M. on
Saturdays during tho Summer.
Is there one who comes to the
city without knowing that
Wanamaker's is a resting, and
waiting, and meeting place
as well as a Store? There
shouldn' be. We welcome the
lookers as well as the buyers.
The reading rooms and sitting
rooms and retiring rooms are
for the use of all. Come and
rest, or look, or meet your
friends; buy or not, as you
please. You can leave your
bundles in the parcel room free
of charge. We try to make the
Store seem nearer like home to
you than anywhere else you can
go outside your own door.
Thousands find it so every day.
The price of all our India
Silks has tumbled. The light
est of dress silks; as light as
gossamer, almost transparent.
Characteristic Indian audacity in
the handling, These are the
Summer stuffs that drove the
Swiss silks out of favor wider,
lighter, better, and printed in
styles more to American taste.
Delicate tints, dainty designs.
More than 100 patterns; the lat
est, neatest, best liked of the
season. ?o cents to Si. 25.
74 patterns and colorings 10
yards and under. 50 cents by
the yard all around; they ve
been $1 to $1.50.
cloth comfortables for over
wraps or for sea-side-mattress'
softeners. Pretty, dainty, soft,
Tufted with contrasting colors
$1.75 for white, $2 tor pink,
blue, red or yellow.
bummer Blankets. As Iicht
as flannel but wooly; feel light
er than they are. 10-4 to 13-4;
$3.50 to $8.50 according to tine-
ness of wool.
Summer Marseilles White
guilts; light, thin but generous.
$2 and $2.50. Marseilles-pat
tern, Honey-comb yuuts, 90
cents to $1.65.
Mitcheline Spreads, bright,
cheerful, and don't show every
speck of dust. Blue, buff, pirrk
and bronze. 2. 25.
The new Spreads that look
like Marseilles and weigh like
Honey-comb have made lots of
Ceylon Flannel. Lightweight,
soft, pretty; half wool half cot-
ton. Gingham colors; stun that
won t shrink, bcotch skm and
honesty in every thread.
Were 371 cents to 75;
Now 3 1 cents to 50.
All wool Blue Bathing Flan
nel. Good weight, strong; stun
that'll stand by you in the break
ers. 25 to 65 cents.
There is pushing and crowd
ing every day about the 25 cent
French Sateen counter. They're
worth an effort to get. Light
or dark colors, every one has
been 37 cents.
At the Men's Furnishings
The New Half Hose, i2jc.
1 he jobber s stock oi Men
Neckwear, 10, 15 and 25c
might well be double.
1 he no cent blurt. 1 ry and
. if ' ...
yoke "Slant 'eul slant do Mvnitselr'"i-S
Tl, .t . r?" 6ll cned
nit; UCUl OUSpeilUt-
a quarter's worth.
Stop anywhere along the line;
see it every dollar s worth you
touch isn't marked 50 cents.
Think of what a headquarters
fny TV.. T I! 1
iui luiiiisiti 1 raveling Dags
should be; then see what we
hare. Your fancy won't rise to
the reality. The cheapest is of
canvas, 14 in., $1.50; split Ieath
er, same size, pi. 00. 1 lie same
sorts with better insides from
$1.85. Grain leather from
smallest, simplest and poorest
at 3.25 to tne largest and best
at 12.2 5.
Pure Linen Lawns. Lieht,
sheer, cool. Hot weather stuffs
that won't wash mean or fuzzy;
plain white, and blue, red and
black figured. 16 cents from 25.
If you want a Refrigerator
that'll keep things cold and dry
and sweet you needn't go furth
er than the Alaska. Charcoal
packing, zinc lining, every cor
ner get-at-able. $8.50 to $60.
Alaska Ice Chests, $4.50 to
Women's Silk Gloves, hand
worked silk points, 50 cents;
black and colors.
75 cent Wack and colored
Silk Mitts for 35 cents.
The new 50 cent Lisle Hose
for women are what you'd ex
pect to pay $1 for.
Hook News for July, with
portrait ol Henry M. Stanley,
the African explorer, gives re
views and criticisms of the New
Hooks, selected from the best
papers and magazines. 5 cents,
50 cents a year.
Chestnut, Thirteenth and Market streets,
and City-halt square.
Willow chairs-Just tho thing for waim
Weather ot Corell's. at
Sido boards nnd mirrors nt Corell's. 3t.
Smoko following brands) Ln Tnrlsl. P.
& 8., Pointer, 877, Hlrnlght 5 nnd M)c.
clgnrs. Webb's cigar sloro, first door be
low Court House. 2t
For bargains In furniture, go to Corell's.
llavlnir lust received a cylinder for fin
ishing silks nnd cloths, I am prepared to
clean nnd dyo gents' clothing, ladles'
cloaks, Bacqtics, Bilks, dresses, shawls, Ac.
reamers (lyeu nnu curicu. i-ncnngcs lor
wnrded by express will receive prompt nt
tcntlon, nccordlng to directions. Call or
address, J. O. Caswell, dyer, Illoomsburg
Woolen Mills. eepa4.lt.
Parlor suits, chamber suits, dining room
nnd library furniture all styles and prices
at uorcirs. )(.
M'KILLIP, JMiotoI'tanhcr &
Crayon Artiat, JMooinsburg, Pa.
Luno Cabinet Portraits, only fco
dozen. Install Itineous Process
Oak, cherry and walnut furniture at Co-
A nerfect washlnc machine has never
been Invented, but 11 perfect washing soap
has. Dreydoppel's Ilorax Soap Is as near
nerfec.tion ns it is tmsslblo to attain, and
the price is very reasonable.
Pi-RKit's Wins For. Cossruimvns. Con
sumptive persons are greatly benellltid by
tho use of Speer's Port Grape Wine. It
gives nourishment when everything elso
falls, nnd physicians prescribe it us a rich,
nulriloiu wine. Prominent physlcans nnd
members of Hie New York Hoard of Health
avc inspected Spoors vineynrUs ami wine
cellars and speak of his products In tho
highest terms. For sale by druggists.
It Won't Hake Hukad. In other words.
Hood's Sarsanarilla will not do impossibili
ties. Its proprietors tell plainly what it has
dono, submit proofs from sources of un
questioned reliability, nnu nsk you irnnKiy
If you nro suffering from nny discaso or nf
fection cnuscd or promoted by impure
blood or low stnto of tho system, to try
Hood's Snrsanarll a. The cxtxTienco ot
others is sufllcieut nssurnnce that you will
not be disappointed In the result.
To Pkkskrve Natckal Flower3.- Dip
the flowers in melted parafUnc, withdraw
ing them quickly. Tho liquid should bo
only just hot enough to maintain Its fluid
ity ana tne nowcrs Biiouiu uo uippcu ono
at a time, held by tho stocks and moved
about for an instant to get rid of air bub
bles. Fresh cut flowers, free from moist
ure, mako excellent specimens in this way.
If you would preserve your henrltii nnu ln
vigoruto your entire system use Pcrrine's
Puro Barley Malt Whiskey. For sale by
ii. uouuins, uioomsuurg, ra. eow.
Esjo- Lifk. What a truly beautiful
world we live in I Nature gives us grand
eur of mountains, glens and oceans, and
thousands of means of enjoyment. Wc can
desire no better when in perfect healthj but
how often do the majority of people feel
like giving it up disheartened, discouraged
and worn out with disease, when there is
no occasion for this feeling, as every suf
ferer can easily obtain salistnctory proof,
that Qreen's Avgust Flower, will make them
ficc from disease, as when born. Dyspep
sia nnd liver complaint nro the direct
causes of seventy-five per cent, of such
maladies as biliousness, Indigestion, sick
hendachc, costiveness, nervous prostrntion,
dizziness of the head, palpitation of tho
heart, nnd other distressing symptoms.
Three doses of Augnal Flovcr will prove its
wonderful effect. Sample bottles, 10 cts.
Try it. jan 281y87eow.
Get rid of that tired feeling ns quickly ns
possible. Take Hood's Sarsnparillla, which
gives strength, a good appetite, and health.
mm nby wm etcV, yr rt6 her CMtorta.
When he waa a Child, the cried for Caatoria,
Whrm the became Mlas, she clan; to Cutoria,
Whea (lie bad Children, ahe gara them Caatoria,
DliCNKIiNNKSSOIt I.lQtlOlS IlAniT FoMTIVILY
Ccitui) 11Y Adminisi'riumj Di:. Haines
Goujen Si'eoifio It can be given iu 11 cup
of coffee or ten without the knowledge of
Hie person taking it; Is absolutely harmless
and will cileel 11 permanent and speedy
cure, whether tho patient is a modernto
drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands
of drunkards have been mado temperate
men who have taken Golden Specific in
their enffeo without their knowledge, nnd
to-day believe they quit drinking of their
own free will. IT NEVER FAILS. Tho
system ooco impregnated witli the Specific
it becomes au utter impossibility for tho
liquor habit to exist. For full particulars
address Golden Specific Co., 185 Kaco St
Cincinnati, Ohio. dec 3 80 ly.
ALUU.Mti, rllOTOOlt.M'II, Al'TOfiltAril AND
f-crnr, a largo nnd complete lino ill J. II.
Mercer's Uiugtind Dook More, Kvnns' Block'.
,4 LL THE FINEST EXTRACTS COI.OONE
JY f achels, l'oinadL-a, Hair liji-s nnd Hay Hum
at J. II. Mercer's Hrug and Hook fetore, Kvana'
Block, opposite Eplscoim! church.
Jeremy cumo eumo quiot look of
j 1 .1,.. .nlnntlon in hU eye, and, except-""
nostril. ' '
A L ''""''"lEl'AUY AhU I'ATENT M EDICINE3
4palSeirrUSa01 U01 MOre' 0PP-
.hiL. ?,no.6,ocl nt Jlercer's Drue; and Ilools Store,
opposite Episcopal Church, llloomsburf, l'a.
nASTILLE, TOILET AND MEDICATED MMI'S.
pOMllS OF ALL KINDS, WELL SELECTED, AND
nFi- KtnrP VhiWJ? ".l J- ". JMeera yrus and
hurtf Pal 8 lrol H'ooms
pOMlEXSED MILK, C'OXL'S, NKLhON'S AND
.TO" 8 "elatlno. Tapioca, Spo, Arrow Hoot
SSim"11.'? I'"?111"! 'oods ror children and ia.
IPO ?,1 'M"Vcr 8 UruT ""O Uok More, nret door
above Hess' Hoot and MioeMore, lUoomstiurg I'a.
pANAHY, 1IK.MP, ll.M'E, MILLET, MAW AND
iV,ed,,tcT.aZ?r 'ho birds, at J. II. Mercers
rtrbt door below creasy'a
AL'?.TaW?t, f01n at J- " MMm DniB and
liook fctoro, Moouiibunr, I'a.
NU I.NS l OTTLES, NIPPLES, ItUllIIEIt HAT
vnrJJF.";.111'1". "1 all requisites ot tho
NurK-ry that w Ut eonuibuto to tho bb) ' lmrpi
n(Bs,at J. 11 Mercer's Drue and Hook More, two
doors above Evans 4; Ejer-s clothing More.
nllM(;lANV IMIEi-CItllTIONS AND FAMILY
J feeejpu canlully prt-uml at all hours at
Mereer's Drug and book store, Illoomsburv, l'a.
'I'OILET AND INFANT IDWDEUS. HOl'OF,
i S?31'0 al sold and kllver Diamond Dust!
WALL l'AI'glt-MANV KINDS AND MANY
ni.U ..P1?t7"at Mercer's Drug and Hcok More.
rl?u1iMjy,!B?'pal tUurcU' "'wmstiuiv. 1$. '
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can thought uud lf0 from occuu to
ocean, It filled with puro high-clius
literature, aud can ho surely wcl.
corned iu nuy fumlly circle.
PRICE 30o. 0 $3 ftlcAR BT MAIL
Simplt Copy of tutnnt lumbtr miU upci re
nipt 0 2S (., fcic iwmbtri, IS eti,
Premium ,, tuilvr,
S. T. BUSH li SOW, futliiiiors,
130 A- VJ-i ivnrl St., V. Y.