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FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1887.
eoiiiCT iiinoio tiii Tintx.
Trains on tho inllaaelphla ll Ti. Icavo Unpen
is follow b i
T:14 a. m. U:!7 a. m.
1:10 v. m. C:3o p. m.
Trains on tho D. L. W. It. It. lcavo Blooms burg
Mi a. ra. B-.n ft, m.
11:01 a. ra. 12:05 p. m.
9.81 p. m. 4:18 p. m.
6:80 p. m. 8:47 p. m.
TrMnsnntha N. ft W. 11. Hallway pass Bloom
crrjr as rouows :
10:44 a. m.
3:44 p. m,
4-S p. ta.
11:M a. m.
4 19 p. m.
6:30 p. m.
lOiltara 6:89 pm
A Fine Rcsideuce For Hale.
Tlio executors of Mary N. Marman, dc
coanoil, oiler at prlvato salo a hanilsomo
residence on Market street above Main,
nioomsburg. The bouse Is of brick, large
pleasant rooms, steam beat, gus, water,
coverage, and all modern Improvements.
Tl.ero Is a large frams barn, ice bouse and
outbuildings. One of tbo most desirable
locations in tbc town. 'Icrmscasy.
They also offer for salo thirty-seven acres
of land on Normal bill, adjoining i. Dll
lon'i and tho Hovt estate Gin be
divided Into desirable, building lots. For
terms and particulars apply to 1. W. Mc
Kilvy, one of tbo executors, or Oco. E.
Klwcll, attorney, Bloomsburg, I'a. tf
Fon Kaijs on Rest. Tho Music Hall,
formerly Eureka Kink, Is offered for sale
or rent on reasonable terms by tbe new
manager. Parties wishing to bold festi
vals will uo well to see tbo manager.
J. D. BuAFmt, Manager.
A farmer of experience and character
mnv obtain a five-years' lease of a small
farm (111 acres) upon advantageous terms
on me uiraru r.siaiu uanus in wo uaia
wlasa Vallcv between Drandonvlllo and
Girard Manor. Tbo farm is provided witb
a now, handsome and convenient bouse,
new barn and outbuildings, and Is well
supplied witu goou water.
A man la wanted wbo can furnish his
own stock and cquipment,and may become
a permanent tenant. References requested.
Address, Ueber S. Thompson,
Engineer Oirard Estate,
12aug8t. Pottsvillc, Pa.
To closo out certain Hues of wedding in
vitations a number of bargains arc offered
at this office. Tboso wanting sma'.l lots,
from 10 to 25, will save money by ordering
at tho Columbian office. tf
During July and August tho Columbian
office will close every day at six o'clock, tf
Mrs. J. R. Schuyler has gone to Ocean
Mrs. 11. C. Ncal went to Atlantic City on
Miss Annio Fox is visiting Mrs. Zahncr
Mrs. II. II. Grotz returned from Eagles'
Mcro on Monday.
Mr. Geo. Rosenstock has started on bis
return trip from Ucimauy.
Miss Florence Garner, of Ashland, is
vhltlng Mrs. S. F. Peacock.
Mrs. W. II. McKlnney and Mrs. Dr. Re
bcr went to Philadelphia on Tuesday.
Chas. P. Elwcll, our assistant local edi
tor, is spending a few days at Towanda.
Dr. Rcbcr. who is under medical treat
ment in Philadelphia, Ifl slowly improving.
Mrs. M. A. Smith has been visiting
friends In Willlamsville, N. Y., the past
D. T. Laycock has been shaking bands
with his numerous friends here the past
Paul E. Wirt arrived at Quecnstown on
Monday after noon, safe and In good health,
on tho steamer Arizona.
Will Holmes, of this placo, has taken tbc
agency at the L. & B. station at Catawissa,
the agent there, Nelson Yeagcr, having re.
R. II. Hlnglcr has boon leader of tho
Lutheran choir slnco 1850, and has been
the organist nearly as long. He has mado
excellent uso of his musical talent.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Broker arrived home
on Wednesday, after an absence of several
months In tho west. Mrs. J. H. Linglu of
Bellefonte camo homo witb them.
A dry fall Is predicted.
Grapes will soon be ripe.
One month mora of summer.
Nobody over saw a fly asleep.
Counterfeit postage etimps aro in circu.
But few fly-nets are worn on horses now.
Two million postal cards aro now print
A copy of tho laws of 1887 can be seen
at this oftlco.
It is said that onion juice will euro the
bite of a mosquito.
Green corn is beginning to appear In
abundanco In tho markets.
The wind Is blowing oyer the oats stub
ble, and warm weather Is upon us.
Rupert camp-meeting closed last Mon
day. A large crowd was present on Hun
day. A teacher's examination will bo held at
tho Centra school house, Greenwood twp.,
Tbo Reformed 8unday school will bavo
a picnic at Oak Grovo on Wednesday,
An artificial lake at Laporte, Sullivan
county Is to bo built by a party of Williams
.porters. Tbs best teachers aro those that learn
something now every day, and are not
ashamed to own it.
In upper New Jersey tbo farmers mow
ed their bay by moonlight to cscapo tho
lntcnso beat of the day.
Tbo Camp-fire of tbo G. A. R. on Friday
and Saturday of last week was well pat
ronlzod and was a financial success,
Bide hill fields wcro washed badly In
many places by the recent heavy rains, and
the corn and buckwheat crops damaged.
Rev. W. n. namnhell. of Roanoko Va..
will preach In tho Presbyterian church on
next Sabbath, Aug. 14, and Sabbath louow
ingi Auj. 31.
There will bo a festival at tho Hldley
Union church In Centra township on Frt
day and Saturday evenings.
There will be a convention of tbo Colum
bia County Prohibitionists in Corell's Hall
Saturday at 2 o'clock p. m.
Louis VUreek, of Philadelphia, has
bought Hwrlo Pursel's barber shop under
tho Exchange Hotel, and taken possession.
THE COLUMBIAN AND
A representative of ttm PnrtiutitiM til
o In Stillwater next week Tuesday and
Benton on Wednesday If tbo weather Is
between Saturday evening and Tuesday
morning was C3 degrees, and tho lowest
was o Ucgrccs.
Tho excursion train over thn ll. a
railroad on Baturday last brought a large
numocr oi people to town, most of whom
camo to attend tho camp.flro.
The Buffalo Cbun'er declares that "It U
safo to say there aro 75,000 pcoplo In Buf.
falo to-day" that havo never teen Niagara
raus nor ncartl their roaring.
A church festival wai held lat Snturilnv
evening at tho Albright church, Llghtstrcct.
a. largo crowd attended, and about $50
was realized. Tho Llghtstrcct band fur
nlslicd the music.
Tho Interstate commerco commission
have advised that nil railroads can sell
mileage to whomsoever they please. Their
decision will relieve tho lengthy dispute
between the railroad companies.
An oKchangu nske: "With microbes In
tho drinklog water, tyrotoxlcon In lee
cream, malaria In watermelon, Urlght's
disease In beer and paralysis In Iced tea,
wherewithal may tho thirsty soul refresh
itself In summer time?"
Tho Bloomsburg Agricultural Works re
eelved a One piece of machinery, on Mon
day, in tho form of a new band saw. It
was manufactured at Wllllanisport. Tho
machine was set 'up Monday afternoon,
and 19 In nne working order.
A parly of five boys started up the creek
camping last Monday morning. The party
conlstcd of Chas. Lawall, Frank Brown,
Jiurray uri.wford, George Sloan and Ed
Eycr. They expect to spend a week or two
in this delightful recreation.
Thcro will be a festival held at Canby
(MUlcrslown) Saturday afternoon and
evening Aug. 13. Supper will bo served
from Ave to nlno o'clock. Proceeds for tho
benefit of tbu Lutheran church. Music
will bo furnished by the Light Street Cor.
Tho 'dog days" began on the 11th of
July and wMl last until the 20th of August
forty-two days. During this time "Slrius,"
tho dog star rises and sets with the
sun, nnd dogs are supposed to bo moro
susceptible to hydrophobia than at any
Mr. Ira B. Stlllman, patentee and manu
facturer of tho Defiance Washer has sold tho
county light of Columbia county to Mr.
15. F. Redllne, of Orangey llle. Quito a
number of these washers have been sold In
this I'.cinlty and nil speak of them
tbe highest terms.
Look out for tho "pony man," who Is on
tho rounds selling Shetland ponies from
photographs for $5 a piece. The buyer
selects a pony from a number of photo.
graphs, "ponies up" $5 and waits for the
arrival of the little animals, but tbey never
turn up. About tbi'ty of Bfoudsburg's
gulllblo citrons are waiting for their Shot
Joo Lowenberg who has been serving a
three years' apprenticeship in N.J. Ilendcr-
shott's dl ug store, finished bis time last
week, and has gone to Philadelphia to at
tend tho College of Pharmacy, lie is
young man of excellent habits, a gentle
man by nature as well as by training, nnd
he is deservedly popular among all his ac
quaintances. Joo will make a successful
As there are an unusual number of poo
plo suffeilng from rheumatism tbo present
summer, they may be Interested In learn.
lng that a leading medical journal says that
oil of wintcrgrccn mixed witb an equal
quantity of olive oil, applied externally to
Inflamed joints affected by acute rheuma.
tlsm, affords Instant relief and having a
pleasant odor, Its use is very agreeable.
The annual Harvest Homo Services of
the Oragevlllo Reformed Cbargo will bo
hold this year on Sundays as follows:
Orangevillo Aug. 21 at 10:30 a. m.; St,
James Aug. 28 at 10:15 a. m., and Zion at
2:80 p. m.: Hldley Sept. 4, at 10:30 and
Brlarcrcck nt 2:30 p. m.
"Thou shnlt keep the feast of tho har
The usual harvest offerings will be taken
up. A. Hootz, Pastor.
List of letters remaining In tho Post Of
flee at Bloomsburg for week ending Aug.
Chas. Brown, John Buck, L. P. Case, E,
Heath, Dr. Geo. B. Romroy, Geo. ltoylcr
jcspc airrrcy, Jacob waltz.
Brown T. Nathan, William Christian,
Persons calling for these letters will
please say "advertised."
GbokqkA. Claiie, P. M.
It Is a well known fact among busness
men Ihtt those whom they give credit
tho longest nro always tbo loudest ones to
complain when asked to settle their ac
counts. They nro effended nt being "dun
ned", and sometimes do not hesitate to a-
busc tbc merchant who has accomodated
them, perhaps for years, because be wants
bis pay. The world Is made up of all sorts
of people. If everybody would buy noth
lng that they aro unablo to pay for, it
would bo better all around.
Tho placo to get your flno suits of cloth.
lng is at G. W. Bertsch's, corner Main and
Market streets. He has In his employ Mr.
Fredeilck Zurl, a journeyman ta"or, of
many years experience. Mr. Zuil Is a ua.
tlvo of Switzerland, where ho served an
nppicallceshlp with his father of live years.
Afterward ho served his full tlmo in tbu
regular army, following bis trade In tho
meantime. About nino years agj ho camo
to America and has faithfully followed his
chosen trade, during the past nlno years,
Mr. Zutl attends closely to his work, and
puts up a suit in first class style.
Tho wedding of Frank Moxio and Miss
Ducklo Blrcher, says tho Dakota Hell,
which wo announced last week, has not
yet taken place, owing to tho fact that the
groom is too busily engaged in a poker
gamo at the Silver Star Club rooms. Rov.
Hartshorn, who was to pel form tho cere
mony, nnd who went to Inform Mr. Moxio
that tho company was waiting, also got
interested and took a hand. As wo go to
press wo learn that tho reverend gentle,
man Is kicking llko an elephant becauso
thcro Is a limit to thu game.
Ino law very plainly nffords ample pro
tcction for loss or Injury caused by dogs.
It saysi "If anybody Is attacked on tho
highway by a dog, tho party has a right to
kill tho dog, and tho owner can uo new uc
countable for any injury lalilcted by tho
nnlinal. Even on tbo premises of tho own
or of a dog should a party bo attacked and
lnlured. after endeavoring to protect him
self, tho owner cau bo held responsible for
damages tulllctcd, provided it can bo shown
that at the tlmo ho was In pursuit of busi
ness or on a friendly visit. If a dog by
barklnc at passing horses or vehicles oc
caslons any datnago, Us owner Is liable for
tho loss sustained."
William Hart has tho agency for tho Key.
stono Dynamite Powder Co. Prices given
In ancient times kissing a pretty girl was
a euro for tho lieada:ho. It Is dlftlcult to
improve Upon Some of these old ttmo remo.
If you can get away for a summer va.
cation It is best to go. If you can not, you
will find great comfort In tho reflection
that there Is no placo like home.
Chautauqua day at Mountain Grovo on
Wednesday of last week was well attended.
Dr. Edward Eycrelt Halo delivered an ad
dress. Among others Rev. F. P. Mntilmit
and Rev. M. L Oanoe, of this place, ad
uresscd tho a'sembly.
Prof, 1, W. Nllts was on our streets last
week with u tieiv wheel of t'io Rudge
manufacture. It Is c.illoil the bl-cyclottc
nnd has two wheeh of tho same size each
about 3 foot In diameter. It Is operated by
n ehnln gear, making a slow revolution of
tlio pedal while the wheel movi s with
rapidity. Tho movements of tho pedal of
his machine nre the sainu as n 54. Inch largo
wheel. Tho advantages claimed for this
new machlnu are that tho rider sits over
tho hind wheel, making it Impossible for
him to bo thrown headlong over tho front
wheel. Another advantage Is that ho can
travel over hills where other wheels .can
not bo run.
An accident occurred at tho skating rink
Frldny afternoon of last week resulting In
breaking of the arms of two boys. The
O. A R. wcro preparing for tho camp-fire
nnd wcro arranging tho hall for a dance In
the evening. The doors being open a num
nor of boyB gatmrcd In there for sport.
Near the ventre of the largo hall Is a sua.
pended singe for tho musicians. A ladder
was put up at tills stage nnd the bnys were
climbing it. Seversl were holding tho low.
cr end of it nnd n small b'iy of James Wal
ter's stnrted for the top, immediately one
of Charles Krug's boys followed. While in
their haste to ascend and when near the
top tho ladder began slipping and thu boys
at tho bottom ran away leaving it como
down. Krug's boy's arm was broken
abovo tho wrist, both bones being severed
Walter's boy had only ono bone broken
but his foot was badly sprained and be will
probibly fare tho worst. At present the
boys are doing well.
Wo lake pleasu.e in announcing that F
W. Richards of Muncy, general agent for
Cram's Atlas of tho World, is now with us
prepared to furnish an atlas which is said
to be equal, if not superior to any now be
fore the public, and at a price which makes
it a mai el of cheapness. An atlas in con
nectlon witb history, or the cutrent events
of the day, expressed through the med
luin of the press will provo invaluablo to
tho professional man, the merchant, the In
tclligcnt farmer and tbc mecnaiilc. It
full of geography, history, politics, statls.
tics nnd general information, and whilo
Buch works havo heretofore been beyond
our reach because of their high price.
Cram's Atlas is within the means of all,
If bought for no other purpose It should
bo bad for the use of children. Mr. Rich
ards has sold 1000 copies In the lower end
of Lycoming Co. and every ono should ex.
tend him the courtesy of an examination
of his work.
Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut,
affords all the advantages of education that
can be found nny where in the country.
Tho buildings arc new, and constant addi
tions are being made. A gymnasium was
erected a year ago, and the corner stono
for a Scientific building was recently laid.
The college is beautifully located and when
tbe plan fur tho entire structure is fully car
ried out the college buildings wHl surpass
anything of the kind in America. Liberal
endowments enable tho Institution to put
the cost of tuition very low, nnd nn econom
ical student can live there at as low a rate
us he pleases. This college was chartered
In 1823 under the name of Washington
College, and tho name was changed to
Trinity in 1845. It is under the control of
tho Piotestant Episcopal church, but is
patronized by students of all denomina
tions. Young men who contemplate a col
lege education should consider the ments
of Trinity. Any information concerning It
cau bo obtained nt this office.
The following from tho Mount Carmtl
News, shuws to what extent the coal Is be
ing excavated in the mining sections. This
is but ono instauce:
"Without doubt the longest subterranean
passago In this re ion is hero In Mt. Car.
mel township. You can enter tho Mt.
Ciirmi'l shaft colliery, situated ono and a
half miles from here, although some claim
tho Reliance three miles away nnd travel
into Mt. Carmel shrft, Locust Gnp cast
water level and thence to the west water
level which leads you Into the Locust Gap
slope, Locust Gnp drift, Montour slope,
Locust Spring, .Meriam, Keystone and two
other collieries at Locust Dale four miles
from here, thus travelling by tho shortest
possible routo not less than fifteen miles
and through portions of three counties,
Northumberland, Columbia and Sehuyl-
kill. Were a person to travel turougu tne
collieries named for the puiposo of cxplor
atlon and slght-seelng ho would have cov.
crcd at least seventy-live miles before ho
would ngaln como to tho surface. To this
passage aro thirty two outlets through
which they can escape from tho mines."
The Flrtit Wultc.
Tho researches of a German composer
bavo been rewarded with the discovery
that the first published waltz which wu
possess dates Iroiu exactly u Hundred
years ago. It was wi.tteu by a certain
Vincent Martin, about whom nothing
moro seems to bu known. Tho waltz itself
Is, however, very much older than Martin's
time, thero being good reason to Identify
It with tho old Provencal "Volta," which
Is known to dato as far back as tho twelfth
century. Popular as the waltz has be
come, it is curious that hardly any two na
tlons in Europo dance it alike. Thero arc
differences of rytbui, time and style, which
cause no small confusion when partners of
different nationalities 'dance it together.
Indeed, a cosmopolitan waltzing party
suggests a certain resemblance to tho fam
ous chorus lu Bob Sawyer's room In Lamb
street, which every ono present sang to tho
tune he knew best.
A linllroufl Conductor Killed.
Daniel lleichcldcrfer,n well known freight
conductor, met a horrible death on tho rail
road, between Newberry and Wllllnmsport
on Tuosday night of last week. After tak.
lng his train to Newberry he went to
Wllllnmsport, nudapeut somo time with a
fow friends. After leaving them ho started
to go to Newberry to Join his train, but
was overtaken on a trestle, run over and
cut In twain. Ills dcaUi was Instantan.
cous. Ills remains were taken to his homo
Tamnqua on Wednesday afternoon, and
the funeral took place on Thursday after.
noon. Intcrmcut was mado In the Dutch
Hill cemetery, Deceased was about 40
years of ago, and leuves a wife and thrco
young children. Uo was a brother of John
llcl'ihcldcrfcr, of this place. JUm.
Collectors' receipt books and notices tor
gale at tins oince. u.
DEMOCRAT, .BLOOMSBUllG, COLUMBIA" COUNTY PA.
Tho farmers aro working at tlio oats
which is a fair crop, Prospects nro exceed
ngly good for largo crops of corn and
Gen. Joseph Wagner Is repaltlng his
Mr. John A. Funston's largo new barn Is
Wo aro glad to note that N. Wclllvcr lias
sufficiently recovered to bo about.
E. Brugler, of Wllllanisport, Miss Anna
Prleer, of Tamnqua nnd Miss llcltlo Mc-
Collum, of Orangcvlllc, nro visiting friends
Mrs. Allen has cono to Lock Haven to
spend a few weeks.
n. W. Mo Collum, ono day last week,
mido a flying trip to Knmp's Mills near
the mountain. .Mr. McUollum Is about to
build a largo bark shed and was looking
for lumber &c.
Miny excursions from Wntsontown nnd
olsowhcto have been passing through hero
over tho W. & W. road to tho picnic
grounds at Mlllvllle.
Mrs. Dr. Swisher will taka hor Sunday
school class, and picnic nt WatBoutown on
Wednesday. Thero will bo about fifty per
sons, and a pleasant time Is anticipated
Thero wl'l bo a festival In Kreamcr's
Grove the coming Saturday evening. It la
remarked that It would be well to havo a
number of hocks running from the grounds
to tho station to accomodate tho people
who have signified their Intcntlou of com
lng on the train.
Saturday evening E. Wclllvcr entcrtnln
cd bU friends with cream, watermelons,
&c tho first melons of tho season. Mr,
Wclllvcr has cream every week Wed. and
Sat. evenings nnd Is glad to see his friend;.
Mr. Wm. Glngles brought homo from
Milton on Saturday, a now carriage-
Miles Smith has moved into his father's
hotel: and, wo understand, is to run tne
Mr. A. K. Smith has been n genial and
accomodating landlord hero for many
years. We regret to hear of his retiring,
but fuel sure Miles wl' accomodate the
public with the usual hospitality.
Saturday ono of our supervisors and a
few men tested a Rnad Worker on the
street In town. Four horses were attached
to the machine, nnd it Is said tho work was
well done. Tho price of tho
machine Is, wo understand, $230.
Notwithstanding the machine did
nicely on n plrco ol road that
needed no work, It would be wlso to dellb
erato well before investing that amount ol
tho township's money In a macb'no of
Jerscytown with the railroad is much
tbo same as It was without tho road. For
many years tho people have looked for.
ward to tho time our village would have
railroad facilities. We've got 'em now,
and mora of 'cm, perhaps, than we've any
uso for. The road affords many conven
lenecs, but treat Improvements nre not
mado by the tooting or an engine, nor nre
many buildings going up so rapidly just
becauso a passing locomotive rolls great
clouds of smoke over the viliaco four or
five times a day. A'l are awaro that our
village is pleasantly located, possessing
some advantages; and all havo become
very conscious of the fact that something
more is required ror too prosperity of a
placo than pleasant location, some
advantages, and even a railroad,
Let us now hnvc the other requisites. A
short time since, the operator at our station
was taken away; and now wo hear that tho
instiuments havo been removed and that
we no longer have telegraphic conimunl-
cation. However, it isn't far to Millvillc.
Those here who so lustily proclaimed the
advantages of a road, and prophesied the
great Increase In our business bavo stepped
back a little and arc musiug whilo other
bands farther north are gathering in the
FROM ANOTHER BOUHOE.
Jerscytown people hold a festival on tho
12th. Dcrry talks of ono on tho 20th of
A Sunday school class picnic went to
Wutsontown on tho 10th.
Prof. Lloyd Sheep and family, of North
Carolina, aro visiting his parents.
Noticing tho dato of Madison township
Tnx Receiver, tho sixty days will expire on
Rev. Brownly preached n sermon on tem
peranco at Derry last Sabbath eve. Tho
house was filled with eager listeners. All
were well pleased with the speaker, as be
handled the subject admirably. Spoke of
facts that no sane person could tako offence
Lower Hnunrloaf nnd Vicinity.
The first excursion from lieuton, over
tho B. & S. railroad, went lo Bloomsburg,
ou Saturday, and was taken in by several
from this vicinity.
Tho extremely hot weather of tho past
few weeks has nt hist come to an end, and
we nro now enjoying delightfully cool
nights, with just enough heat through tho
day to keep corn and buckwheat growing.
Many farmets hereabouts camo near
losing their entire crop of wheat and ryo
by tho long continued spell of wet weather
after It was In shock, and the oats, which
hap just been housed, Is an unusually poor
crop. This seems to be n bad year for tho
A testlvnl has bcen advertised twice to
tako place at Coles' creek, for tho benefit
of St, Gabriel's church, but both times It
turned out a fizzle.
Your correspondent wns leccntly shown
n Btibslancu closely rcscmbllne amber that
Is fouud ueur Towanda, In Bradford county.
It is of u palo yellow color, entirely opaque,
and burns with a bright blue llamo and
pleasant smell, 1 nis Is all tho moro Inter.
csting, becauso we have no account of am.
bcr being found auywbero on this coulltiet
except on tho cousts of Greenland.
riles blind, bleeding nnd itching, posl.
lively cured by Darbys Prophylactic Fluid.
Bathe with a little of the Fluid added to
the water. A single application will allay
the itching, sootho all Inflammation, de-
odoilzo all offemiveness and staunch tho
bleeding. Tetter and scald head are quickly
cured by Darbys Prophylactic Fluid.
Supt. Grimes will hold teachers' examlu
atlons as follows:
At Ornngevlllo, Monday, August 1Mb
At Grunge Hall, Centra township, Wed-
cesduy, Aug. 17th.
At Canby, Fdday, Aug. 10th.
At Kvansville, Monday, Aug. 22nd.
At Forks, Wednesday, Aug. 30th.
For Benton, Jackson nnd Sugarloaf at
Benton, Baturday, Aug, 87th.
An act of assembly makes It a penal of.
fence to work a horso that Is lamo or other.
Delicate children, nursing mothers, over
worked men and for all diseases where tho
tissues aro wasting away from the Inability
to digest food, or from overwork; should
take Scott's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver
Oil with Hypophospbltes. "I used the
Kmulslon on a lady who was delicate. 1'
put bcr in such good health and flesh, that
1 must say it la tbo best Emulsion." Ii, l
Wadoiix, M D , Hugh's Mills, B. O,
m.ooMsnonu vs. nantiookk.
Tho Bloomsburg and Nanllcoko baso
ball nines crossed bats at Athlctio Park last
Friday eftcruoon, and u lino gamo of ball
was tho result. Tho camo was culled at 3
o'clock and plajlng continued until nenrly
half-past five, during which tlmo tho follow
ing scoro was madei
K. IB. ro. 1. K.
K. IB. ro. A. .
Knt, lb., s 0 11 0 0
Kcn'ctljrBa a i 9 1 3
Wives, ss. 1
(lllssnn, lib 1
Clark, lb.. 0
Absarm ct I
hnnner, o. o
llouscl, If. 0
llClHt. p.... 3
Mccoy, p. n
ttufrcy ct o
! Totals, 4 8 8J 18 7
nioomftbiinr. aooaoooa x s
rtanncoKU, H luiuvviu u i
Tho gamo was well playid all through,
and was remarkably free from tho wrang
ling which characterized some of tho prev
ious camcs. Good pin lng was done on
bold sides, nnd tho spectators were Inter.
csted in tho game from beginning to end.
Several innings tho Nnnllcokcs were re.
tired in ono, two, thrco order, not a man
getting to first baso. Tho Bloomsburg nine
also retired lo tbo field several times wltli
out scoring a run. Very little hard hitting
wns done. Tho best hit was mado by Byl-
ves, who mado a flno three-bagger, but was
put nut whilo trying to get home. A flno
doublo play was mndo by Gllsson and Ent
Tho game wns pronounced by all to have
been the best one played here this season,
ni.ooMSiimiO vs. lmnu.cic.
Baturday afternoon Bloomsburg and Her.
wick ngatn played, tho game resulting In
the total defeat of Berwick by a score of
18 to 0. Following is the full score:
r. ib. ro. A. K.
k. Ib. ro. A,
Eat, lb. ... 3 3 V o 3
I.ltp .He, 3b 1 0 a o
1 intr ni) li ab s
ItClUI. BS... 0
Lnn", lib... 0
Knt, o f. .1
Sarley, lb.. 0
hv ves. (.. 3
Sbatfcr, c.. i
JIOWCU, ii. u
Heist, p.... 1
Fei (ruaon.rt 1
far rcy, cr.
Totals,.. IS 10 3 II 11 Totals,
6 s 21 11 8
4 0 8 1 0 4 7-18
ucrmuK, h ,
112 2 0 0 0-
Two baso hits wcro mndo by Ent, Ha
genbucb, Pnrfrcy. A flno thrco bagger wns
knocked by Gllsson.
The games wero both well attended. At
Saturday's gamo there were a great many
present, who cjme down on the B. & S.
excursion lo uttend the G. A. R. encamp.
Heist did very good pitching in both
games. cry little Hard batting was dono
by tho islllng clubs.
Tho Bel wick first base man, Barley, had
one of his hands disabled dining tho garni
and was forced to exchange positions wlih
one of tho other players.
There are certainly somo cxcc"cnt bat
ters on tho homo nine. Some heavy hit.
ting has been dono during tbc games
played hero in the hist fow weeks.
I.iiwn TeuiiiH 'roiiriiiiinciit
Two lawn tennis teams from this place
went to Catawissa lust Saturday, and play
ed two terms of the Catawissaclub on their
grounds. Quito n number, nearly all mem
hers of tho llonltu club, accompanied them
over. The teams that played against each
other wero the following: Levcrott and
Smith of Bloomsburg vs. Gclllnger and
Randall of Catawissa and Ikeler and! uorn
of Dloom vs. Gilbert and Gelllnger of Cata
wissa. The score stood as follows, three
out of five being necessary to win:
1st team. . Sad tcom.
Bloom Cata. Bloom Catn.
0 2 6 1
0 1 0 1
0 0 0 0
The Bloom teams took cveiy set. Most
ot the party returned on the G.30 train in
tho evening, but a few drove up.
A Clialn oflirlKlit IlcorlH,or wlilcli
Hea INle City 1 a Hlilulue Link.
Did you ever notice how many of the
seaside resorts on tho New Jersey coast
are on inlands ? From Suudy Hook to
Capo May, n distance of one hundred and
twenty-seven miles. Is a strlne of resorts.
fully Beventy.flvc in number. For at least
two-thlids of this distance tbc cities by thu
sea aro planted upon Barmy ueacnes out in
tbo sea. From Snndy llook to Bay Head
the resorts are on tho main land. Thesu
includo L0112 Branch, Ashury Park, Ocean
Grove, Ocean Beach, Spring Lake and Sea
Ulrt. and a dozen places not as well known
From Bay Head, at the top of famous old
liainegat Bay, it is possinie to sail all tlie
way to Cape May without going outside
the chain ot islands.
First you will sail down Barnceat Bay.
passiuc Lnvallette. Ortlcy. Berktly. Seaside
Park and Island Bench. You cross Barno-
cnt Inlet and skirt the shore ot Lnnir Beach
fan island), passing uaiixcal uitv lieacli.
Harvey's Cedars, lieaui . aven and bca
Haven. Across Little Egg Harbor Bay,
and you enter Absccon Bay, Brigantino
Ism ml oclni; between you and inn ocean
At tho sunken end of Brigcntino you cross
the lamous inlet ami 11 mi yourselt at At
lantic City. Through tho tboroughfaro and
your boat lanes you 10 i.ongport at tlio
end of tbo Island, Absccon, which has At
lantic City nt tho northern extremity,
Across Great Lgg Harbor Bay nnd you
reach l'eck'a Beach with Occau City. An
other tboroughfaro carries you past the
Island to Corson's Inlet nt tho northern cud
of Ludlam's Bench, liken Iso au Island,
upon which ben Isle Oily is built. Then
comes a series 01 bays and Inlets nlilch
lead vnu bv Hollv Beach nnd Anulcscn In
Howell's 1'olnt ui d Uapo May.
Wiiut a lnnrve ous coabi mis is 1 And
where can anything like it bu found ? And
all these, resorts havo been mado possible
nnd been developed by tne l'eunsylvnuia
Itallroad. it louclies everywnere. borne
syndicuto purchases a atrip of beach and
improves 11. niexi wo near ot a 1'cnnsvl
vanin uauroau uruncn peneirnung it, and
lo I It blossoms forth Into a full-Hedged re
sort with hotels and cottages. Before
mauv years thcro will be a continuous line
of rails from Sandy Hook to Cape May
I'oint. with not a iniiooi unoccupied beach
Among these resorts you cau rnako your
choice Them Is tho fashion of Long
Branch, ot Koy East, of Sea Girt and
Spring Lake: tho less fushionablo but still
gay and temperate Ashury Park) tho great
Methodist camp at Ocean Grove; the rest-
less, ciowdcd cosmopolitanism of Atlantic
i:uy, anil tlio quiet elrganco of Uld Uape
.nay. 1 neu mere is llie izraiul iislilm: und
sailing of Barnegut Bay and tho resorts of
1110 neiciiuoriioou, nnd tuo equally good
flsblug of the bays south of Atlantic City.
Everybody goes to Atlantic, nnd rich and
poor lostlo each other on tho beach and In
tho hotel lobbies. Hut If you would be
rid of nil that; if you would trafvel with a
bau Instead of a trunk, nnd enlov a free
and easy life frco from the dictates of faah.
Inn, go to llarni'gal City Bench, Lougport,
ucean uuy, 00a isio uuy, aim Anisicsea,
uno 01 1110 newest places is sea isle, it
is of easy access, and express trains over
thu WeBt Jersey road tako you directly to
it 111 two hours, ll is only about five years
old, nnd yet It rejoices in several hundred
cottages nnu various uotois. Many 01 ineso
are bunt almost upon tlio very edgo of tho
sea. belnc separated irom 11 only bv a sea
wall live or six feet high. Tho beach Is as
hard as a plank. It Is of peculiar quality.
Tbo dazzllne white of so many beaches Is
absent in this. Fine blao-i sand Is mixed
with it In sucli Quantities ns to make It easy
for tho eye. Ami thero Is no safer beach
to bo ioumi any wncre, us sea wan is
novelty. Tho wall makes it possible lor
nouses to uo mini cioso 10 tuo water, some
thing which is ycry rare Atlantic City
and other resorts might tako an idea from
Sea Islo. A llko wall at Atlantic would
utilize many hundreds of acres.
x ou can no as you pieaso at hea isle,
for fashion will not dictate. If you aro
tired of the l urly-burly and wish to escape
tho crowd thero is no better placo- You
cau bo comfortable and onjoy life by tho
sea In Its purity, Fishing, sailing and
crabbing will give you diversions on thu
water, and excursion trips to uano May.
Ocean City, Longport, and AtlanOo City
win ucip you puss uiu ume,
To Tent TIch nnd HiiIIh.
INNSVI.VANIA IIAIUIOAD TO EXPERIMENT
WITH KNOt.1811 INVENTIONS.
Thero will soon bo mado on tho Pennsyl
vania railroad a test of certain new feat
ures In tics nnd rails which aro now being
used on tho London and Northwestern rail.
road. Tho tests will bo mado upon four
sections between Pittsburg and New York,
ono upon. a level, another upon a grado,tho
third upon a curve, nnjl fourth upon a bee
line. Steel lies aro to bo used, nnd tho
rail will bo held by a key resting In a chnlr
on tho tlo. Tho chair consists of thrco
steel strips, ono of which is placed between
tho tlo and tho rail, so as to stiffen tho lat
ter locally and prevent tho weight from
breaking through tho thin steel tie. Tho
other two pieces of tho cbalr bold tho rail
literally. Alter tho rail is dropped Into tbo
chair the koy Is driven parallel with it and
holds It firmly to the gunge. The engineer
ing department of tho company Is having
rails mado to weigh 100 pounds to tho
yard, which nro to be put down as an ex-
pcrlmcnt. They will bo twenty pounds to
tho yard heavier than any now in use.
The different plans of lighting, braking
nnd propelling trains by electricity will pro
bably all be consummated about tho same
time. Electricity says tho hissing Btcnm
and boiling water and noisy puffing and
smoke nnd cinders "must go." On a train
so equipped tho dangers In a case of a dis
aster would bo greatly reduced.
PniLiBEunu, Monday, August 8, 1337.
btore closed at i r. ivl. on
Dar.uru.ays during uie summer,
The old-time Calicoes. Heav-
y, strong, -tough, nara-twisted
lMrmness m the, v" . v v
weave, substance in the feel,
, : fi, ri
satisfaction in the wear. Like
the degenerate, flimsy, slimpsy
Calicoes' of to-day in little but
name. We've three kinds
Better than anv Calicoes
ueiicr man any uancoes
your momers or granamomers
had. J eater m the printing,
prettier in the pattern, mst as
honest in the cotton. They're
the first of the Fall stuffs to be
opened. A Market street win
dow full of them. 10 cents.
124 cent Sateens. Sure
enough Sateens. The sheen
and the printing are there
he little cost comes from
coarseness. And yet the 1 2 y
cent Sateens are surprisingly
1 o J
ulack tanglier. Like can
vas, but sotter and closer, ror
seaside or mountain wear-
damp air doesn t hurt it. 41
in., 25 cents from 4s.
A little finer and heavier, 31c.
Homespun. For all-the-year-
round wear. Good width, well
made. Medium weight. For
sei vice, not show. i2ic.
Women's white, hemmed, all
men riandkerchiels. lixtra
size. Si a dozen, the 51.25
Roberts' Razor-steel Scissors
lave long been lamous. uy
chance we have a lot that shall
sro for about half the maker's
price 20 to 75 cents. A third
of the usual store price.
Colored Cashmere Shawls.
The Wind-lip of an importer S
stock. AU richt except that
the assortment of colors is short
AU .W., Mr,llnnl 1,1,.
w.ou, v-i-iu, uuiui, uiuv-,
nink. and wine. 1 hat makes
1 ' - "
75 cents to $2.
Plenty- of creams in other lots
1.2? to 37.
books that amuse and in
struct. Books for wet days or
hot davs that make you forget
either. Paper covered, best
authors, o to 18 cents. As
much more for the
Book Mews lor August, with
portrait ol Lucy Larcom, 5
cents, 50 cents a year. You
are likely to save the 50 cents
on the first book bought.
For the babv. Chambrav
Still Hats, $1.50 ; made tO sel
lor 52.50 ana S3-
TIT 1 T . .
muslin ups many siyies
20c. to i-
-about third price.
If you want a Valise for
more n the name don t lool
with the leather-hash things
We don t keep em. Our Va
lise for least is of canvas (Si.o)
or split leather ($1.60), either 14
in. urained leather, leather
lined, brass trimmed, 14 to 14
in., $8 up. Any proper thing
you want lor hand-carnage;
high price or low price.
NOW BlaCK bilk Jersey MlttS;
. 11 - w
exceptional values, 20, 2 S ana
"uia. iiiat iiiuuv; ouuiw
vet y fine Cambric Night Shirts;
crow-stitch braid trimming. $i
If there's anything of the
nicer lor hot-weather
we've never seen it.
The Florence Lamp Stove,
i r til i i.
you u wonuer that so little a
thing can do so much so well.
Bakes, broils, boils and the
like perfectly in a small way,
uives light at the same time,
50 cents j regular price 85.
incbinui, 1 uirceenin ana iiarm streets,
ana Clti-UaU square.
This powder nover varies. A marvel of nurlty. I
strength and wliolcsomencaa. Moro economical
than ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold In corapo-
lltlon with tbe multltudo ol low teat,short weight,
alum or phosphato powders. Hold only in cans.
lWYAu IfAKINU 1 (JWDKK lv,i WUUSUtrt. I.
Having lust received n cylinder for fin-
tshlng silks mid cloths, I nm prepared to
r pun nmi iivn I'fnift' r.mimni. lames
cloaks, sacqucs, silks, dresses, shawls, &c
warded by express will receive prompt nt-
icntion, nccoruing 10 uirccuons. uan or
address. J O. Caswell, dyer, Dloomsburg I
Woolen Mills. scr24-tf.
Shlnnlnc taes. with or without strines
at tij0 columman office. tf.
uriTrTT t Ti'V.rrrTT i ... e
' , 3
Sltoes, the celebrated
a dozen, instantaneous rrocess
'I cannot D raise Hood's Sarsaparilla half
enough," Bays a mother whoso son, almost
blind witb scrofula, was cured by this med
icluc. A Perfect washing machine has nover
bcen ,nvcntcd but 0 pcrfect washlng soap
has. ureydoppers isorax rioap is as near
perfection as it la posslb'o to attain, and
tho prico is very reasonable.
mien Ilabj wm tick, yrt gar htt CulorU,
When tho wm a Child, she cried for Cutorl,
When sha becime Mlis, she clang ta CutorU,
Whou h W Children, she giro them Cutori,
and preparation of its insredicuts, Hood's
Sarsaparllla accomplishes xurcs where other
preparations entirely fall,
I orooil name at bomb, whlc
good name at home, which is a "tower of
strength abroad." peculiar in tbo phenonv
nnhl anlna It l.aa nllnlnnil llnrwl'a Maraann
rllla Is the most successful medicine for
purifying tho blood, giving strength and
creating an appeiitc.
InBkizf. anuto tub Point. Dvsnensia
is urcaaiui. uisoruercd liver is misery.
Indlccstlon Is n foe to cood nature.
ino numan digestive apparatus is one of I
the most complicated and wonderful thines I
in existence, it is easily put out ot order.
Greasy food, touch food, sloppy food.
bad cookery, mental worry, lato hours. Ir
regular nouns, and many other things
t111H.ll UUJU, llUb IU UU, 1IUVU UIUUU bUU I
American peoplo a nation of dyspeptics.
uui urceu's August iiowcr lias done a I
wonderlul work lu reforming this sad bus-
iness ami maaing tuc American people so
healthy that they can e.joy their meals
and bo happy.
iiuuiuiuucr: 110 Happiness wimoui
health. But Green's August Flower brings
health and happiness to the. dyspeptic. Ask
juur uiuggisb lur u uuiuc. oever.iy-uvu
Enporsement op Si-kmi's w.nE v tue
Faculty of N. Y. We. the committee of
pbysiclans requested to oxnmino into tho
Fpeer, havo given our special attention to
mi?rilfi- nni! nmnrl nn llin n npnnf Alfri.rl
his PortGrapo nnd Burgundy and report ean Window (Jiiiq Put! v Build
upon these wine3 made from thu Oporto .'V ! J'
grapo in his own vineyard as follows: Tho
wlno Is strictly pure, acceptable lu flavor,
paiuiaoio unu uas a ricn uouy.
First Wc aro all satisfied of Its purity.
having bcen through his vineyards, and
warehouses and cellars during llin irnm
seasons, and seen tho method of its pro-
uvna 'tTi., Ml ,m.r,n,i
foreign wines, and wo are all satisfied that
"V""' "llu uu icuimimenuou to in
vallds as an articlo well crlcr'atcd for thoi
usu where wlno Is needed.
I . i f a T r m v 11 . . .
rrofessor Belle- jo
Hospital Medical Col-
lege, N. l . city.
Health, n. y. citv.'
D., of the Board of
CiuittKS Sheuman, M. D., Medical Super
WM. H. Haynks. M. D. House Phvsi,
cian, rrcBoyicnan iiospuai, si. X. city.
QUEEN VICTOIUA'S CROWN.
Tho ciown of Queen Victoria consists of
diamonds, peans, ruutes, sapphires und
emeralds, set In silver and gold. Its gross
of diamonds arc 8.352: pearls. 273:
nuittiib 1a oi v j uvl. niv, 1 jiti iiuiiiiiHi
J I1C Jl
rubies o; sapphires, i7j emeralds, u. it
is nil uiu Havuur uneasv lies mo neaii mai
wears a crown. It is potter to wear the
ciown of perfect health aud peace of
mind tbrouirh thn r.nrnttvn ptTpi'ta nf l.r
rincs ruro liarley fllt.lt Whiskey.
sale by C. B. Bobbins, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Drunkenness on Liquor IIauit Positively
Cuheu dt Administeuinq Dit. Haines'
Golden Si-eoifio. It can bo given in a cup
of colleo or ta without the knowlcdgo of
the person taking it; is absolutely harmless
1 : v . ,,i . -...-.u.v.j u.....v,.
aml wil PCimancnt and speedy
cure, whether tbo patient Is n moderate
drinker or nn alcoholic wreck. Thousands
I nt i t-MnlMiH O Imtrn imnn vno.lA t,inn.n
""'Y. "VV. ,""v'.,'.'-,"'",".l'i
!!!t!l!'..?0,?.w".,iouttl":!r knowledge, aud
own frco will. IT NEVER FAILS. Tho
bjtbikiu uuuu mi prcgnuieu wun 1110 npecinc
It becomes an utter impossibility for the
liquor habit tn exist. For full particulars
address Golden Specific Co., 185 Haco St
Cincinnati, Ohio. dcc8881y.
I N I
Tfioundo; Urned. otters tor sal on oasvtonri.
Planing Mill, Dry Dock,
Lumber Sheds, Etc.,
banks ot the reunsylvaula uauai. within one.
I ll UIU ICI ui II UUIU Ul lUC U. 1 & Y DcDOX fti ueiCu
Haven. ..uzeine county ix A goou fenr also
I l 11 Men LULSlhlH HI H.
i niouuiuig ana matcuing m&cuiuo, turning lathe, I
;oKo?Sencuffsalrcular "aws,a" ta 'H
iID-Iorb Power ta
under a Si foot head. The mill Is 38 x ti feet with
two larmi lumber sheds, ono lu x Ml tivt mil
one g x til. 'l'hls Is a gooJ oncnlm; lor an eiierucUo
lor runner particulars apply to
Executrix ot tbo INt, ot Dan'l llrador. lkv.'.l
aunm-owlt. llKACU IUvxn, I'l,
T El UNO.
The County Commissioners 111 receive prono.
sals on Tuexday, tlio 3id day ot August, A. 1).
1S7. all; o.ciocic r. m. to veil Ilia court room
turnl&b all material.!. At the name tlmo pronoa .Is
will uu iivcivcu iur UHiuiiur an ivuuu wore
tide walls la court room. Tho contractor to
nisn au matei iau nana and sprcincations can tie
H'enat their onico. TUe ComuitaalonerH rwfrH
uie rig!" rvjwi. ttuy ur nn uius
WAsuiNOTON I'Aliu,. county com'rs.
KI.IMHNUl'NllAI.I. f ' w.,
In buying Hoots, Shoes, Slip-
jiers, or imy oilier Kinti 01 loot
wear, peoplo will go where they
can find the largest itssorlinent
to select from, and where they
can get the best goods for tho
least money, touch advantages
can be found at the heat in an
establishment that deals exclu
sively in footwear. Almost ev
ery general store keeps a few
boxes ot boots and shoes, but at
Dentlcr's shoo store the Rtock
consists entirely of this line of
foods. Hoots, Shoes, Slippers,
'uinps, Ilubbers, Sandals, Gai
ters, cfec, ior Men, Women and
Children, occupy shelf after
i c i 4i.. n r
anuii, nun umii uiu iiuui ui wii
lnn rnnin la aitn'm tritli linu-na'
largo TOOin IS SlOCI.UCl With UOXCS.
Here the customer can hud all
styles, all sizes, all prices, from
ii. i .1 i.i.i.. ii.
uie Heaviest cow mue, 10 mo
finest kid, with prices as low as
can be found anywhere for the
same class of goods. We are
removing pegs, ami ior resetting
DUttOllB, SO that OlirgOOdS are
. ' , , i V i i .
maue comionauie, ami mauo 10
Among tlio special lines are
the W. L. Douclas Shoe lor tren-
tlemen, Curtis & Wheeler's La-
Towanda Boot, for men and bovs.
XT. .-..i.i- 'i.... i .
No trouble to show goods.
F. D. Dentler,
Just the thing for picnics and
private parties, neat clean and
cheap; avoids the annoyance ot
broken and lost dishes and nap-
ins: no weight to carry. Ihese
paper plates aro largely used for
nin Lrilriinr ilwl fn'irnnmn I10
Objection SOU1C people htlVU to
p;eg jecause the Under Crust is
soggy; the greatest degree of heat
will not scorch them and by
a pie may be
baked on them better than on
tin or earthen ware; the under
crust will be found perfectly
hard and crisp similar to the top.
Napkins are soft and pliablo as
linen and will not fade unless
T ' I 1
I iir .1 . 1 .
We carry the most complete
line-of Builders' materials in the
1 -. . i Ci 1 1 117
M-'OUlltry. Iron, Steel and Wire
KNuils, Locks 111 ClldleSS variety,
1 -pw T) u 1 ' 4 1
jjuui jjuiis, in. 1111 ui ui uaiiiuuuu,
Patches and Latclies,White Lead
Mixed 1 ailltS and Colors, lrin-
SPP(1 Oil Tiirticnt'nip VnrnUli
I 1 I 7 .-f
Oil Finish, French and Ameri-
lllg i'ltpei", all Ol Which WC Can
sell at prices that will make it to
your interest to deal with us,
We have taken tho agency for
J. A. Sheppard's Paragon Coach
Varnish, patented in 1884 and
wish to call the attention of con
sumers to its merits. It is made
solely from hard gum, has a
very heavy body and dries hard
in 24 hours in Summer or Win-
ter, Olie gallon
covers 450 sti.
I n , n 1 , , 1
OI new WOl'K lll'St COilt JUKI
GOO ft. second coat, it is warrant-
ea nt tO CHICK, Spot, UllSter Ol'
i , . .....
turn wlntn iinrl In nnfivmiv anu
- 1 ... . . y
English or American varnish, is
especially suitable lor carnages
or outdoor work where exposed
touhe weather, it is warranted to
rub down in oil or water, and
pirnice stotio in from 30 to 48
. uii-iik muni: 111 num ou iu 'io
witl.mir b,vWm,., rmt .,,,,1
llou WltilOUt sweatlllg Out and
can 1)0 broilfcllt to 11 dead finish.
I O '
I?,.-;.,(,.:,,,. fi;ai. ft..
residences, public buildines.
UaUl-rOOmS, it llilS 110 cqiltll ; hot
or COld WlltCl' KOllDOr fn ti'e Will
. . 7 bo,ll,or fc.it. c ill
"Ot ailect US J listro 01' Spot Ol'
stain its Rin-fnw winiiur witli 11
utin 1LS SUUllCC, wiping 1U1 11
npuuyu ur uiiiiip luwui win Keep
it lonkiiif fvpsili nml now. Tf vnn
? .. , ' . "Jr
are especially desirous ol a hand-
I snmo. nnd nnrmsmoiit liniuli
" r. ....... ..........
BneCllVbilCniMl'dS 1 ItriU'On Loach
Varnish to your painter and take
no other: put up in 4 ami one
gallon cans at $3 00 per gallon.
J. It. SciiuYi.ini & Co.,
Cirtt a Limn
rjul in brilliancy
It Uie lli-.l,
to ou Linaiei, or
XU Gil Cumtn
1 Willi thcmgtt
l llOil OIL.
Lan l utcd on vol
c!d Ou or Oil CLii
iers or trAckcti, nd
30 c, 2il Kt.,
11 Ul u