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COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
This powder never varies. A marvel of parity
rrenptli and wholesomoness. More econnmlc&l
than ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In compe
tition witntno muiutuao 01 low ie8i,&uori weigni,
alum or phosphato powders. Bold only In cans.
KOTlb uiiimi ivnuiK vui. mtuou.n. I.
tvrubllshcd every Friday. Subscription price,
tl.to a year.
Entered at the Post omce at Dloomsburg, ra.,
as secona class niaucr, jnnrui i, iroa.
FRIDAY, JUNE 16th, 1888.
CVRBVCT B11LR01D Tilt T1SL1.
STATIONS. P. M.
Bloomsbunr,- 1 65
Main street l 41
Irondale ... 1 41
Paper Mill. 1 S3
Llghtstreet. 1 28
orangevllle 1 13
Tubbs J2 5
Stillwater 12 J3
Benton,.----" l M
Trams on tbe I. 11 It. R- leave Rupert is
7:31 a. m. 11:00 a. m,
S:38 p. m. fcOl P. m.
Trains on the D. L. W. It. It. leave Bloomsburg
7:H a. ra. 8:32 a. m.
11:01 a. m. 12:05 p. m.
8:24 p. m. 4:18 p. m.
S:9S p.m. 8:47 p.m.
Trains on the N. & W. 1). Hallway pass Bloom
VinrrB it a fnllnura
10:40 a. m.
11:44 a. m.
4-19 p. m.
6:39 p m
Real Estate !
The undersigned will otter at private sale
Between this date and
AUGUST i st. 1 888.
a valuable farm, situate In nemlock township
1 1 4 ACRES,
about 90 acres of which Is clear and in excellent
condition, the balance la woodland.
There Is on tho premises a largo
nearly new, containing 10 rooms. Tbe bouse Is
furnished on the Inside with chestnut lumber. The
cellar Is one of the best, well mado and cemented.
Tho barn Is Mty feet long and 30 feet wide, with
a new shed attached, twenty-eLjht by forty feet
An excellent well of water not more than len
feet from tho house.
Choice fruit ot all kinds on the premises.
A rare bargain for some one.
May 18 2m. Buck Horn, ra.
A BIG OFFER.
The Columbian will be sent
for 6 months, and the New York
Weekly World until after the
Presidential election next No
vember, for '7'; cents. Those
who are already subscribers to
the Columbian can have the
World until November 13 by
paying up arrearages, and
cents additional. This is a great
offer and every Democrat should
take advantage of it.
Junk 10. The widow and heirs of Col
II. It. Kllno deceased will expose to public
sale on tho premises, In Orange township
at 3 o'clock p. m., a fine sixty aero farm,
with dwelling bouse and bank barn. Lo
cated about one and one quarter miles
norm 01 urangevllle.
June 23-89. Uhas. C. Evans assignee of
D. F. Bevbert will expose at nubile sale at
10 o'clock, a. m. at the homestead of said
D. T. Beyhert In Balem township, Luzerne
Co., Pa., alntof peisonal property. Horses,
cows, wagons, lumber and ryo and wheat
In tho around. Also, on June 39 at 10 a.
ra. at Beach Haven station, u lot of lumber
Foil Balk. A desirable and commodious
residence on Main street, supplied with
water, gas anu steam. Apply to
janSOtf. Li. N. Motkb.
Fob Rent. Four desirable dwelling
houses on First sticct near Market. All
modern improvements. Apply to Z
Wanted. 100 bark peelers. Apply to
Thos. Wheeler, at Wilson Cole's above
Central, Columbia county, Pa.
Lost. On Sunday June 3d, a ladles gold
breast-pin containing three small stones.
The Under will please return tho same to
Prof. W. J, Wolverton, of this place.
visited Milton last Saturday.
F, G 'Holmes is clerking at I. W. Hart
man & Bona1 this wick.
Iter. Dr. Mitchell entered upon his duties
at Mount Carmel last Sunday,
Oscar W. Ent started for West Point
Tuesday morning to undergo tho examlna,
tlon fur admission.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Scott, of Towanda
Tlradford county, visited at Dr. I. W. Wll
litis' last week.
Mr. Glen Tubbs, who has been residing at
Danville for some llmu past, Is making
Blooinsburg bis homo for the present.
Mr. Philip Unangst went to Easlon Bat
urday last to attend tho funeral of his
youngest sister. Ho returned Tuesday.
Sheriff Smith has taken tho agency for
Heading firm's phosphates iu a portion of
II. Howard Dldleinau, who has bee
teaching school the past year, Is spending
tho summer vacation at his home here.
Gen. B. W. Crawford who commanded
the Penna. Itcserves at Gettysburg and to
the closo of tbelr term expects to bo at the
reunion at Oak Grove, Juno 30 and 37.
Mils Mary Currau, daughter of Prof.
Curran of the Normal Bcool, has been ap
pointed salutatorlan of the class in which
she graduates .at Dickenson College this
Messrs. K. O. Ent, P. K. Wirt, A. G
Uriggs, Frank Everett and Itobert Hart
man started up the creek the tore part of
the week on a troutlng expedition. Their
headquarters is flaumtown.
Tho trade 111 red bandannas will l.n l.lr I
. I... D I
tills all. I
Tho Democrats of Milton orcanlr.cil a
campaign club lint week.
Don't buy your boots and alioca without
colng F. D, Dcntlcr'g Immense stock.
A reunion of tho 00th Pcnmylvanla Vol.
untcers will bo held at Gettysburg, July C.
Lock Haven will have a biz demonstra
tion on tho Fourth.
and base ball shoes at
Tho corner stone for tho Evanzcllcal
iiutbcran church, about to bo built at Main
ylllc, will bo laid on Saturday, Juno 23.
Tho Juniors were deflated by the Com.
incrclals ut Athletic Park on Wednesday,
tho score being U to 10.
lias'. Buudny was Children's Day, and
was celebrated In nn.approprlatc manner
In some of tho churches of town.
Our Llghtstreet and East lienton corrcs.
pondenc'o was unavoidably crowded out
Bamucl' Bhaffci's rcsldcnco on Third
street has been much Improved by tho ad
dition he has made to It.
A traveling doctor's wagon cave tho
children n treo ride Thursday afternoon of
last week, a novel way of advertising.
A picnic party from Bcranton, comprising
early six hundred people, occupied Oak
Grove Park last Baturday.
A number of Masons from this placo at
tended a banquet and Masonic meeting at
Bcranton last Friday.
Tho peculiar purifying and building up
powers of Hood's Sarsaparllla make It tho
very best medlclno to take at this season.
0 acres of line cabbage plants, best var
ieties, npw ready, also a fine lot of celery,
tomatoes, pepper, etc. W. H. Yettcr.
IV Btohncr has handsomely fitted up the
room at tho upper end of the Exchango
Block, for use as an tec cream parlor.
Tho fans, run by water motors, recently
placed In the leading hotels and restau
rants, work like a charm. Hilton Economist.
Joshua Fctterman has been improving
the rooms in his store building on upper
Main street by giving them a fresh coat of
A brilliant meteor made Its appearance
in the western heavens Sunday evening
about 11 o'clock. It was so bright as to
glvo the appearance of a flash of lightning.
The W. C. T. U. is putting up a largo
sign board in front of their rooni on Mar
ket square containing tho name "W. U. T.
U. Public Library.
Managers Peacock and Dentlcr, of tho
Illoomsbutg Opera House, havo already
booked a number of Btrong attractions for
A game of ball between the Clerks and
Apprentices of town at Athletic Park,
Thursday of last week, resulted in the de
feat of the clerks. The score stood 18 to 14.
A party of bIx or seven boys of this place
started Monday morning to camp out along
the creek. They expect to remain about
Strawberry short cake and coffee will bo
served at the rooms of tho W. C. T. U.
Satuiday Juno lGth, commencing at G
An Ice cream festival will be held in tho
grove at Kitchen's church Saturday even,
ing, Juno S3. Proceeds to help pay for
church organ. All aro invited.
The lawn tennis court at Market and
Fourth streets is now in first class order
and is being used dally by the members ot
The Philologlan festival given In Music
Hall Friday and Baturday evenings of last
week was a success. A large number wcro
in attendance each evening.
The wedding of Miss Emma S. Heckman
to William P. Sterner is announced to take
placo at the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Heckman, at Espy on
Tuesday, Juno 19th.
An exchango says : It looks mighty
small in a full grown man to go to the park,
climb a stump and hang on to the fence by
tho chin to witness a ganio of base ball,
rather than pay bis 35 cents liko a man.
The concert next Thursday night will bo
under tbe direction of Mrs. M. A. Bmlth,
organist ot St. Paul's church. A largo
chorus is In rehearsal, and some excellent
singing Is promlred.
Tho sprightly drama of ''Woodcock's
Little Game" will bo given at tho Opera
House on tho 21st, In connection with tho
concert. Don't fall to see It. Admission
25and35cts. Tickets at Dentler's.
A party of four men, nationality un
known, tortured the pcoplo of this place
one day last week with the horrible noises
they brought forth from bag pipes and bass
drum with cymbal attachment.
A meeting of the Boulta lawn tennis club
was held Monday evening. Chas. W. Fun
ston was elected president, Miss Mamo
Schoch, secretary and Dr. J. C. ltelfsnyder,
The unbroken limestone spawls along tho
side, of Main street have In some places
becu thrown Into tbo mld-'le ot tho road
order to facilitate the work of breaking
them up and making a good road.
The ladles of tbe Rupert church will havo
a chicken and wattle supper and stiawberry
and Ice cream festival In Hess' Grove on
Friday afternoon and evening of this week,
for the benefit of the church.
Tho list of examination questions that
was given the seniors at the recent exarai
nation for graduation will be found print
ed in full on our fourth pago this week.
Tho senior class, numbering flfty-onc, all
Ayet's Hair Vigor Is a universal beautl
Her. Harmless, effective, and agreeable, It
has taken high rank among toilet articles.
This preparation causes thin and weak hair
to become abundant, strong, and healthy
and restores to gray balr Its original color,
Prof. J. W. Ferreo, of the btato Normal
School, (by the request of tbe students) will
deliver a farewell address before them In
tho Normal Hall, Thurtday evening June
31st, at 8 o'clock. The publlu are cordially
Twenty.flvo cents a day- purchases
f 3,000 policy In The Travelers, of Hartford,
which is payable In event of death by ac
cldent, wtlh $15 weekly indemnity for
wholly disabling Injury, J. . Maize,
agent, second floor ComuuuN
In order to facilitate business In bis of.
fico M. ! Lutz purchased a World typo
writer. It has given such satlsfatlon that
his son Charles B. Lutz has accepted the
agency for the machlno for Bloomshurg
and vicinity, and will call upon tho business
men and present Its merits.
v..,,iii uuciiunu is miivu uciwr null
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M, Levy still continues as tho leading
clothier In Ilcrwlck, Ho Is always up to
the times In his selections. Call nnd see
bis spcclat stock for this season.
J. A. Howard, tho alleged bogus pension
agent, was given a hearing hero last week
and committed to jail to await trial In de
fault of 92,000 ball.
Tho Winona lloso Company has been In
vltcd to participate In n grand Fireman's
Tournament at Lock Haven, July 4th and
Sib. The Invitation has not as yet been
The Bloomsburg & Sullivan Itailroad will
Issue excursion tickets to all persons wish
ing to attend tho soldiers' reunion to bo
held at Oak Grovo Park, Hloomsburg Pa,
Tuesday and Wednesday June 30th nnd
37tb. Tickets good to return until Juno
Ono of tho latest additions to the mcr.
cantllo business ot Berwick Is that ot
Messrs. Mlthelser & Co. Clothier and Gent's
Furnishing goods. They havo a flno stock
from which to make selections, and guar
antco to please their customers In quality
and prlco. Call and sco goods, and consult
List ot letters remaining In the Poet Of-
Dec at Bloomsburg for week ending Juno
Jnmcs W. Bcntlcy, Clinton O. Blttenbcn.
dcr, Ira Doty, Miss Nora J. Ucss(3), Mrs,
E. D. Bonder, Able Thomas.
Persons calling for these letters will
please say "advertised."
Geohoe A. Clahe, P. M,
The ladles of St. Columba's church will
hold n festival in Music Hall, on Friday
and Saturday evenings, June 15th and 10th
They invite their friends to como and be
treated to tho best. Tho several contests
will be decided on the last night. Tho
contest for gold-beaded cane between Mr.
Lutz and Father McCann has excited much
Interest, and the result Is anxiously await
ed by their many friends.
Michael McNertncy, of Wllkcsbarrc, died
at his rcstdenco In that placo Thursday ot
last week aged 47. His death was very
sudden. Ho was born In Catawlssn, and
resided lu Wilkesbarro twenty years nnd
had accumulated a fortune in the real cs
tatc business. Ho was a director of tho
poor of that district and held tho oltlcc of
mine Inspector's clerk. Ho was n proml
nent Democrat nnd In 18S0 was chairman
ot the County Committee of Luzerne
Those who have paid any attention to
runaway accidents know that tho most of
them occur In the spring ot tho year.
Veteran horse owner who was speaking on
this subject recently, said that It was not
snfo to leave a horse, however good its
temper, unattended at this season of the
year He explained that the animals are
now shedding and aro In un intensely nor
vous and Irritable condition, their skins
Itching and smarting from tho change they
aro undergoing. Ex.
Tho following is going the rounds of tho
exchanges : It you want to know bow you
are regarded by your neighbors follow tb
suggestion of this paragraph : Put down
In figures tho year in which you were born
to this add 4; then add your age at your
next birthday, provided it cornea before
January 1st, otherwise your ago at last
birthday; multiply result by 1,000 j from
this deduct 077,423 ; substitute for the fig
ure corresponding letters of the alphabet
A for 1, 1$ for 2, O for 3, D tor 4, etc.
The result will glvo tho name by which
you are popularly known.
Those desiring to attend tho picnic ex.
curston from Berwick to Mauch Chunk
and Glen Oooko on tho 10th of this month
can obtain tickets from J. W. Moycr, who
Is agent for Bloomeburg. Tho faro from
Ncscopeck and return Is only $1 60, chil
dren from 5 to 13 years of age 75 cents.
Train leaves Bloomshurg for Berwick 7sl2
a. m. j transfer Is made from Berwick to
Nescopeck It. K. Btatlon. The trip will be
over the new route Pennsylvania & L. V.
R. R. and six hours time will be given in
Mauch Chunk. Faro only 50c. on Switch
back if tickets are purchased on train.
Morning and evening train will connect on
that date. Engage your tickets at once.
The entertainment to be given In the
Opera nouso next Thursday evening, 21st
Inst, for the benefit of the Episcopal
church, will consist of two parts. One will
bo a drama by somo of the young people,
and the other will consist of musical selec
tions, In which the Misses Smith of New
York will take a leading part, assisted by
a number of the best home talent whohayo
kindly consented to lend their voices on
this occasion. Misses Nettle and Lottio
Bmlth are highly educated vocalists, and
their singing will be a rare treat Tickets
may be obtained at Dentler's. Admission
25 and 50 cents.
Harper's Magazine for July Is remarkable
for strength and vigor from frontispiece to
finis. Somo of tho best-known names in
llteraturo aro seen In Us table, of contents,
and It Is Bate to say that tboso names not
vet famous soon will be. Id artistic work
fow Issues havo excelled this one. E. A.
Abboy's sketches, some of them full-page,
are simply unequaled anywhere. In all,
there arc sixty Illustrations In the Issue.
The care with which the mochanlcal work
of tho numbor has been dono will bo a
gratification to careful observant readers,
Every Issue of this magazine has a distinct
educating influence in art, literature, ana
James McCormlck was brought up be.
fore Bqulre Jacoby Wednesday morning on
a charge of assault and battery preferred
by -John Wbltenlght. Tho affair took
placo on Main street In front of tho Court
House Tuesday evening, both men being
under the Influence of liquor. McCormlck
asked Wbltenlght for money which
was refused him, whereupon ho struck
Whiteulght In the back of the head with
bis list. Whitenight madd a dive for him
and fell down on tho pavement, when Mo,
Connlck brutally kicked htm in the face,
raising a huge lump on tho right side. By
standers then pulled him off. McCormlck
waived a bearing before Bqulro Jacoby and
was sent to jail in default of $300 bail, to
await trial at September court.
It Is probable that Grand Army Day will
be celebrated at Btoomsburg this year. Tho
people of this place should uso their utmost
endeavors to havo tho celebration take placo
here, and, having succeeded lu that, should
lend all possible aid to Hut Post, G. A. R to
make the day a grand success. This will
be tbe first eveut of the kind that has ever
occurred here, and for that reason our
town should appear at Us best. Tbero wll
bo thousands ot people here and everybody
should help to show them that Bloomshurg
Is not to be outdone by any towns, at
wlilcb the day has been celebrated on pre,
vious years, In enterprise or hospitality.
Tho exact day has not yet been set, but
it will be sometime In the early part ot Sep.
tcmber. If tho celebration takes place
here, let everybody assist In making it ono
of tbe biggest days Bloomeburg has over
Juno 7lb, 1B83.
Regular meeting. Present, P. B. Har.
man, president, and Messrs. Ilinglcr, Has
scrt, Wolf nnd Sterling.
L. K. Waller appeared and asked council
to Increase tho capacity ot the gutter along
north sldo ot Fifth street, from tho summit
cast of Center street to tho west sldo of
Market street, so that tho storm wator
could bo more successfully carried off.
Elijah Bhutt appeared and complained of
storm water passing over tho dlsclmrgo nt
tho culvert and flooding his premises ns
well as his neighbors. Bald tint gutters
along Center street aro too small to carry
tho wotcr that must como dowu said street.
Geo. Kitchen, from Hallroad sticet, ap
peared and stated that .tho drive-way on
that stroct Is qulto narrow and being in
closo proximity to tho B. & 8, II. It., there
Is great danger of trains frightening horses,
and causlnt? them to run Into tho shado
trees along tho roadi thoreforo nsked coun
ell to have tho trees removed. George
Moycr appeared and said ho would agroo to
tho removal of tho trees If council would
causo tho removal of everything within tho
line of the street.
Joseph Krnmer and others of tho Hescuo
Hoso nnd Ladder company appeared nnd
complained that the building In which their
tiro npparatus Is kept is out. ot repair, .con.
qucntly nxes and other small articles are
carried away by thlevlnir parties. On mo-
tlon the matter was referred to tbo commit-
tee ou Fire Department, &o
Joseph Garrison appeared and urged tho
laying of a crossing on Fifth street, west
sldo of Centra street.
E. 11. Ikeler, cq. appeared In behalf of
tho petitioners for tbo extension of cast
Third street and requested that said street
bo extended in a Btraight line.
J. D. Shaffer urged tho laying of sewer
pipe on Iron street from Fourth street to
Pine alley, as prayed for in petition pre
On motion It as direct-
sented May 10th
cd ibat Mr. Shaffer obtain and present to
council tho names of those who will con
nect with tho sewer wbon thus extended
within one year.
The president, chairman of the committeo
to ascertain damages for tbo opening of 8tb
street, reported that M. A. and Harriet Paul
will release tho right of way over thoir
land for $100. On motion tho report was
recolvcd and It was ordered that an order
bo drawn upon the treasurer for $100,
which shall be delivered upon the execution
and delivery by M. A.and Harriet Paul of a
release from tho said right of way. Tho
committee was discharged .
Tho secretary reported the ordering of
400 feet of crossing stone from Bound &
Boone at Bhlckshlnny at 18o per tquaro foot,
Contract with Messrs. Ohl and Itemly for
building stono culvert at West and Fifth
streets was presented and read and on mo
Moved and seconded that tho solicitor
preparo an ordinance changing tho place
for holding the curbstone market to Mar
ket Square, the market to be confined to
that place so long as tbe squaro will ac
commodate nil attending market. Agreed to.
On motion, agreed to, it was ordered that
guard rails bo placed all along roads at all
dangerous places, of tho direction ot tho
committeo on roads.
On account of the absenco of Messrs.
Cadow and Wei a no action was taken on
the tax rate. Propositions were coutlnued
Report of Commissioners of Highway
and bills and accounts read and received,
secretary ordered to Issue orders for same,
Bills amounted to $310.93, not including
order of $100 for M. A. and Harriet Paul.
On motion council adjourned to meet
Thursday cvculng, Juno 14th.
IlloouiHliuru: vh. AHlilcy.
Tho home nino easily defeated the Ash-
levs. of Ashley. Luzcrno county, who
claimed never to have been benten hy nn
amateur nine, at Athletic Park last Batur.
day. They caught on to tbo Ashley pitch
er tho first Inning and succeeded in scoring
seven runs. Ashley could not a easily
understand Pitcher Heist's curves, as tho
number of assists credited to him will
show. Kane, tho pitcher for the visitors,
did not succeed in fanning out a singlo
one of the home nino. After tho second
Inning, the Ashleys played a better
came, and retired uioomsourg wuuoui
singlo run for five, straight Innings.
Ashley were retired with six "goosc-egns."
Tho visitors succeeded in getting in two
is the fourth, and ono the fifth inning,
and Bloom made two tho eighth and ono
the ninth, making tho score at tho end of
the ninth Inning 5 to 13. The special fea
ture of the gamo was a fine running catch
ot n fly made by Hot sel. Following Is tho
R IB PO A E
Shaffer c. lb f 4 14 3 0
Hayes lb c 1
Huffenbuch 3b 3 1 1
Svlvisss 2 3 0
Gllsson 2b 1 1 1
Mullen cf. 2 3 0
House If 0 1 1
Boicerf 0 3 0
Heist p 3 3
1218 27 31 2
R IB PO A E
Mathews lb 0
Sullivan ss 0
McCarlcbo 0 0 0 2
5 7 2019
Bloomshurg 7 2 0 0 0 0 0" 3 1-13
Ashley 3 0021000 0-5
Two-baao tilts-Hayes, llclsc Total pasta on
hits Dloomsburg 80 1 Ashley T. Double play-sul-limn
tn MuthRWM. I.erfc on biaos Ulooinsburff o
Ashley 4 Struck out-lly Heist 15,- Kane 5. First
base on errore-liloomanurg r.; Ashley 8. First
baso on called balls-Heist, Kylvln. lilt by Pitched
ball-Heist. Wild pltehes-Helst 2. Passed balls
Shatters: MccarlckS. Fumbte-s.Y".13- crop
ped thrown ball Hayes. Umpire w est.
The number of spectators at the game
was not as largo as It should havo been.
The nrocrnm for commencement week
at the Normal School Is a follows i
Tuesday. Juno 34. 10:30 a. in., Bacca.
laureate sermon by Rev. JohnLanahan, D.
D. of Baltimore, at tbo Methodist church,
Monday, luno 35, examination of under.
Tuesday, Juno 20, 8 p. m , address be.
foro tho literary societies, by Frederick
Corss, M. D. ot Kingston, Institute Hall.
Wednesday, June 37, 10 a, ra., closing
exercises of Model school. Instltuto Hall.
Wednesday. June 37, 3 p. m., exercises
ot class of 1880. Institute Hall,
Wednesday, June 37, 4 p. m., class-day
Wednesday, June 37, 8 p. m., Callleplan
reunion. School parlors.
Thursday, June 39, 9:30 a. m., com
Thursday, June 38, 1 p. in., alumni re,
union, dormitory olmpel, and dinner.
Thursday, June 38, 7:U0 p. m. senior re
ception, school parlors.
Examination of candidates for senior
class, Aug. 14, 1888.
Next school year begins Tuesday Autr.
J Every pair wurranted,
And buy your shoes of F. I). Dentlcr.
Why be pestered with lllos, when you
can buy a screen door so clicnp at
CflEABY & WELIS'.
Clean up tho alleys whoro they ncod It
and scrapo out and disinfect all tho dirty
places. Use llmo plentifully everywhere.
Tbe hot weather Is coming on and every.
body should bo prepared to maintain tho
hcalthfulncss of their premises.
"Woodcock's I.llllc Gallic."
A comcdy-farco which follows concort at
Opera llotiso on June 3Ut consists of tlio
following cast of characters t
Mr. Woodcock Mr. E Frank Smith.
" Christopher Lnrklngs Mr. F. Wilson.
" AdolnhuaSwansdown...Mr. W. Hlshton.
David, a servant Mr. Dan Brown.
Mrs. Col. Carver Miss Annie Maize.
Woodcock Miss Lilla Sloan.
Larklncs Miss Kate Gardner.
Susan Mrs. Kcyscr.
Tho comedy lasts one hour nnd Is full of
ludicrous situations and witty sayings,
Don't fall to sco it. Admission 25 and 50
Men's flno shoes in kangaroo or
hand or machlno sewed at Dentler's.
Notice to TenclicrH.
The directors of tbe Bloomshurg School
District will hold a meeting on Friday
evening Juno 29, 1633, to select teachers
and janitors for the ensuing year. All ap.
plications to receive consideration must be
sent to tho Becrelnry on or before that day,
3tl5 Wm. CnrtisMAD, Sec.
IntllHieiiHnllo to tlic Toilet.
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid cures chafing,
eruptions and inflammation of all kinds;
cures inflamed or sore eyes 1 relieves pains
from bites or stings of Insects and sore feet;
destroys all taint of perspiration or offen'.
J ii- 1
slvo smell from tho feet or any part of tho
body j cleanses and whitens tho skin. Used
as a dentifrice It purifies tho breath ; pre
serves tho teeth and curbs toothache, sore
gums and canker.
Trunks and valises, a flno assortment at
Wyoming CIiihhIh ProcccdltiKH.
Tho following is an abstract of tbo pro.
cccdlngs of Wyoming Classls, at tho an
nual sessions, held in the Reformed church,
Bloomshurg, Pa., May 31 to June 5, 1888.
Tho opening sermon was preached by
Rev. F. Iv. Lovan of Wilkesbarro, Pa.
For the current year tho following off!
ccjs were elected: President, Rev. J. A,
Peters, D. D , of Danville, Fa.; Vlce-presl
dent, Rev. F. C. Yost, of Milton, Pa,
Corresponding secretary, Rov. J. B. Wag.
uer, of Bloomshurg, Pa.; Treasurer, Rev,
A. Houtz, of Orangevllle, Pa.: Rev. B. 8.
Kohler, of Wapwallopen. Pa., is stated
clerk, tbe term of office being four years.
Rev. F. K. Levnn Is trustee, tbo term of
olllco being tbreo years.
A classls in luo ltcformcd church is a
body having both legislative and judiciary
powers within its jurisdiction. Its trans
actions partake largely, therefore, of a
routine character, and are principally of
Interest only to lboe who may bo affected
oy tno action taxen. lei lucre nre many
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things in the proceedings that are of gener-
In order to nrnvlrin fnr thn mnrn o1Tpnivn
working of the territory committed to its I
care, Classls felt constrained to reconstruct
several ol Its pastoral clmreea. By so do-
Ing a new pastoral charge has been formed
which will have for one of its congregations
what is known ns the Heller or Dutch Hill
ch'irch. A committee has been appointed
to assist in procuring a pastor for this
charge as soon as possiblo, who shall tako
up his resldenco somewhere within the
bounds of tbe charge In addition to
prcacmng or tho congregations olrcady
organized, It Is cxpectel that tho pastor
thus located will also preach at other con-
tiguous points, where tho people may not
have the privilege of regular dlvlno service,
In response to an invitation from the
Principal of the State Normal School, Rev.
D. J. Waller, Jr., Ph. D., or. Tuesday
morning the Classls as a body visited said
Institution of learning. Rev. Dr. Peters
conducted tno morning devotional exer
ciscs In Normal Hall. At the request of
tho Principal tbe school was then address.
ed by Rev. D. E. Schoedlcr, of Turbotville,
Pa., Rov. F. K. Lcvan, both of whom have
been to some extent engaged In education
nl work, and briefly by Rov. Dr. Peters.
After tho morning service, the Principal
uuuuucieu tne members tnrougu tbe var
ious departments of tho institution, .who
expressed themselves as highly pleased
with what they saw of tho school, and In
session afterward adoptcd a vote of thanks
to Rev. Dr. Waller nnd his associates for
the courtesy extended to Classls.
wo new congregations liavc been or.
gantzed within Iho bounds of Classls slnco
its organization, less than a year ago, one
at Hazleton and another at Nantlcokc, Pa.
Tho following statistics, howover, gather.
ed from the reports, will afford somo Idea
of the numeral strength of the Classls, and
of tho work It Is doing. Thcro are 10 mln-
isters, 30 congregations and 4839 members.
During the year 438 children were baptized
nnd 18 adults; 873 were added to tbo mem,
bcrshlp, or, on an average, a fraction over
10 to each congregation; 181 members ditd,
1 hero are 82 Sunday schools, with 8524 at-
tendants $2,477 were contributed for pure.
ly benevolent purposes, and for the various
iauci.ju, mu L-uuijrcgaMuua, inciuuing
the salaries of pastors, $25,054,
With respect to tho evils of Intemper
ance the Classls adopted tho following, sent
down by the General 8nod nf the church,
and directed the pastors to read It from
their respective pulpits :
Ilesolied. That wo view wllh profound
regret and soirow the great evil of Intern
perance, and especially Its sad and deadly
fruits, crime, poverty, and temporal and
eternal death; and that wo hero and now,
before God and tho nntion, record our pro
test against It, and earnestly call upon our
synods, classes and churches to unlto with
us in zealous and' persistent Christian ef
forts, looking towards its speedy extermin
Classls adjourned finally on Tuesday
evening, 5th Inst , to meet In annual sess
ions In the Trinity Reformed church, Wat
sontown, Pa., Rev. Goo, B. Borber, pastor,
on Wednesday evening, Juno 13, 1889.
The benefits of vacation season may bo
greatly enhanced, If, at the same time, tho
blood Is being cleansed and vitalized by
tho uso of Ayer's Sarsaparllla. A good
appetite, fresh vigor, and buoyant spirits
attend the uso of this wonderful medicine.
F. D. Dentler's spring stock ot boots and
shoes just coming In. Call and seo them.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
Whn Baby wm sick, we are her CMtorli.
Wheu ibe wu a CUM, the cried (or Cutorta,
Whea she became MUa, the clung to Cutorta,
VVhsu the had Children, the gave them CutorU.
Huy Lester's School Shoes.
Every puir warranted.
Hutiilny Hcliool Convention.
Tho 10th annual Sunday school conven
tion of Col. Co. won held In tho M. E.
church ot Llghtstreet last Wednesday and
Thursday, Juno Ot'j nnd 7th.
After tho convention had been opened
by Impressive devotional exercises by tho
President Itov. E. A. Sbarrotts, tbo pastor
of the church, ltcv, Mallillcu, gavo allures
cnt a most cordial wclcomo to which Ilov.
U. Myers responded very happily. Mr.
Bldleman dclcgato to tho Btato Convention
gavo a full and satisfactory report of his
attendanco at that meeting last Oct.
Tho report ot tho statistical secretary, A.
W. Spear, showed that the Sunday school
work Is ndvancmg In our county. Fivo
new schools have been reported this sprlne.
Fifteen township conventions were held
during tho past year, and were, no doubt,
tbo means of arousing much Interest lu tho
The committee appointed last conven
tion to cxnmlno Bunday school books pub
lished during tho yenr reported tho work
too great for a small local committee and
the work is already being done in a very
satisfactory way by tho Connecticut Ladles
Commission on Sunday school books and
offered tho following resolutions!
lUtoheit That It Is the sense 01 tiio Bun-
day school teachers and workers of Col.
Co. In convention assembled that tho State
Sunday school Association should tako ac
tion on this important matter at Its forth.
Jusolvtd . lhat wo resncclfully suzgest
that a State committee bo nppolntcd model
ed alter me uonnccticut l-naics uommiss-
ion on Bunday school books or such other
action bo taken as may bo deemed best
adapted lo accomplish the end in view.
Jtesolvtdi That tho delegate represent
ing mis association in 1110 otate conven
tion bo Instructed to present the matter to
that convention and ask for Its favorable
consideration. Rev. U. Myers, Miss E.
This report was placed in the hands ot a
committee which at a later session brouhgt
in the following: The committee approves
tho resolutjona as given and recommends
ll,Ir nifnntlnn htf llirt pnnvnntlnn VrnlMil- I
InfT nutlttnn tin llan.l In tl, anlntlnn nf lt,n I
committee. C. Robblns. Miss Eves and
Miss Unangst. This was accepted and
i.acu or tlie tlvo sessions ot tlio conren-1
tlon were opened wilb devotional exercises
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and It was gratifying to noto tho largo at
tendance at theso services. The addresses
and essays all showed preparation and
thought. That of Rov. J. M. Relmsnydcr,
president of the StaU Sunday school Asso.
elation, delivered Wednesday evening was
hi Iraful of practlcul thought for all Chris
A prominent feature In tho program was
t..e repons 01 ue.egates 01 me scnoo.s tney
excellent work Is being done in different
parts of our county. Tbo president called
tho attention to two prominent points in
tho reports. Tho largo number of Bunday
school scholars uniting with the church
during the past year and tho Increased zeal
for mission work as Bhown by tho collect
The address on temperanco by Rov. J. S.
Wagner was followed by remarks by sever
al members of tho convention and by the
report of tbe Executive Committee as lot
Wiieiieas, Since the action taken by
tllls body on thc temperance resolutions at
II.. IIn.n.Inl. rAnnnn An II. n III..). T .Imn an I
tbe Berwick Convention the High License
Law llas ucej Passd and remonstrance
against each license must bo specific and
nnrsonal anil n hist and lawful reason for
not granting such license must accompany I
each remonstrance and
Wiieueab' Wc as a committeo believe
that to carry out tho work assigned us by
tho County Convention Is to transcend our
legitimate sphere as Sunday school work.
Resoked. That no further action bo tak
en to carry out tho temperance resolutions
adopted by tho last convention until the
matter uas been reconsidered.
This called forth much discussion but
tbo rcport wa3 flnally adoptcd and ,ater tho
following motion was offered and carried,
That we reaffirm tho resolutions adopted
at Berwick and instruct tho executive com.
miteo to devise a plan to carry them into
execution as to their lntiillons, and wc
pledge ourselves to do our utmost endeav
ors to reduce the traffic in intoxicating
drinks until constitutional prohibition shall
have been attained.
Committeo on time and place of next
meeting, Aaron Smith, Miss Dlffenbach,
Mr. Patterson, reported last Thursday and
Friday In May, subject to change by execu
tive committee, at Stillwater. Adopted.
Report of Treasurer Isaac Martz.
Amt on hand at close Berwick convention..
ra expense 01 aeiegate to state convention
111 at opening of this convention ....
need Irom scnoola .. ....
I'atd sicretary's bill 15 40
I'd traveling expenses Ilev, ltelmsnyder i 00
ra stale appropriation S3 00
I'd Janitor. .. 100
ru prionou curu3 ehj
f 44 90
Received and adopted. Report ot com.
mittce on resolutions adopted as follows:
Wiieueab: In tbo providence of Almighty
God we havo been permitted to hold our
19th annual convention of tho Sabbath
schools of Columbia county.
tfaJ,l,7. Tll,tUAtn,l.,nll, lli.nlra In
nrlt',7n9 nf Tf, ut. tnr , , w r
trrectlne: nnd cenerous hosnltalltv.
Remittd : That we tender thanks to
i Virion Ullin Imvn irtntrifilttml an I a rn-nl ir In
the entertainment and benefit of tho con
vention by their music,
llesolivd s That wc extend our. thanks to
tho ladies for their tasteful decorations in
way ot birds and flowers.
lleitjttth. Thilt. wn t hnnl thn tnietm.a nt
, tim jjigbtltrcet At. E. church for the ubo of
their large and convenient church in which
to bold our convention
Uesolved: That wo recommend efforts to
iSZfl! Xs ?mBTOotMnB ilSZ
sented to unite themselves with this organi
llesotitd; That wo extend our lhankB to
all who have glyen advice and encourag.
meni to tuo members ot I be convention.
HaoU That wo extend our thanks to
tho oftlcera of tbe convention for the faith.
Sf'.SlT.S10 way ln whlch xbey exe-
lUmlml: That It is the sense of the con
Ku-ti i . i l ."n1!.
ami that all ChrmUna should bo united Id
", lB j FurVr p B
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Miss H. Bubkck.
mi t a el. If
iiii'ru were prusvu. tti kuv uuuvouiiuu
110 ttalPfTAtefl. renri'SPntlntT fifl Hnndav
schools and about 30 Sunday school work.
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ers who wero not delegates. Tbo follow,
ing onlcers were elected tor tho coming
President, Roy. W. T. Galloway: vice.
presidents, Rev, Q. II. Dccbant, Rev. U.
Myers, Rev. C, Wi Flnkblnder, Treas.
Isaac Martz: Cor. Sec. A..- W. Sncari Rec.
Bee, Miss E. Rupert; Delegate to Btato
convention, a. u. spear; Alternate, itev.
E. A. Sbarrotts. Theso form tbo Kxecut
Coiumilteo for tho transaction of business
Township vlcenrcsldentsi Beaver, J. B.
?.?,' V-acnu' S!? Si'
creeK. u. a. rrcdcr cki uaiawissa, ueo.
... m ii ii a . 1 1 VVHtl.ll.. W, II. "- WUIIj.
ngham, G, K, Goodman; Center, M. I, Low;
Plsblngcreek, John Button; Franklin, J, C,
Ililes Greenwood, John llrumant Hemlock,
C. F Glrton: Jackson. T. W. Smith: Eo.
fnni...i. rniv.iiD t w KWtn.it. ri.,
cust, Robt. Watklnf; Madison, Albert Gir.
ton; Main, J, W. Jobn. JlllUln, il J, nets;
Montour, W. C ltlchter; Mt. Pleasant.
Mrs. H. White; Orange, 0: B. White; Pine,
Bamuel Eohman; Itoarlngcreek, Mrs, Cher
rington; Bcott, J, L Grimes; Bugarloaf;
Atnanuus u rruz.
Mus E, RcrsitT, Reo, Bee,
A RemnrkAbte Accidents
Tho Wilkesbarro Leader mentions a very
remarkable accident that stopped for a
whllo tho running of the cars on the Elec
tric Hallway at that placo 1 "By a flash ot
lightning the machinery ot tho company'
hUn' M rendered useless. " Bcems that
the lightning entered tho building by a rear
door and taking tho opposlto courso to
that which was taken by tho current which
was sent out, It paralj zed tho machinery,
taking out all tho magnetism In the Iron
and stopping tho engines. Tho accident Is
pno of tbo strangest known and has no
parallel In history."
Sr. Tieol, the celebrated Specialist, bas
yet to find an equal In curing nervous, kid
ney. blood, and special diseases. Ills
superior power of healing Is due to bis com.
plcto practical knowledge of allopathic,
homoeopathic and eclectic systems of medl-
cine. All sufferers should consult him per.
sonally or by letter at his ofllec, 538 North
Fourth Btreet, Philadelphia, Pa.
BARNHART WOLF In the Reform-
ed church Bloomshurg, Pa., May 81, 1888,
by Rev. J. B. Wagner, Mr. John Barnhart
of Bunbury. Pa., and Miss Estie Wolf of
WUITENIGUT THOMAS At tho Re-
formed parsonage, Bloomshurg, Pa., Juno
3, 1883, by Rev. J. B. Wagner, Mr. Isaac
II. Wbltcnlgbt and Miss Ellen Thomas,
both of Grovanla, Montour Co., Pa.
BNYDER YOHE On Monday May 28,
1883, In Bloomshurg, Pa-, by Rev. Frank
P; Manhart, Miss Emma Snyder to Mr.
John W. Yohe.
rniLADiLrnu. Monday, June 11, 1888.
Commencing on Saturday,
lulv 7. the store will close at 1
p M Qn Saturdays until further
Bargains in Co t ton goods
ech0 tlirouph the aisles like the
nnrnc rt ?l ennn
Ginghams 10 to 50c.
Sateens, 124 to 37c.
Seersuckers, 5 to I2c
Shirtings, 6 to 15c.
Nothing for dress so easy to
do ud as Crazv Creoe. A little
care :n Cun Jrvinp- SO the par
ment wont askew Thats
a". The jumbled, tumbled look
IS part Ol Uie Deauty. n. SUP
face of crinkles, wrinkles, and
thread winks, and the printed
, . nn .Wn
or Chains. How is it possible
Never mind. There's no breez-
ier, easierstuff to go outing with.
Colors and patterns. i2jc.
A number of desirable 37 i
cent styles of French Sateens
and a lot of 3 1 Centers are now
. .1 I 1 I
cents. rrom me DcSt matt
ers. Not all the latest styles,
the choicest colors are
among them I
Latest patterns French Sat
eens, 37 1 cents.
Peerless Sateens, 12 J cents.
We haven t done justice to
Seersuckers. Fine, light, airy,
crinkly, dainty Stuffs
like them for knock-about, slap
dash use. And the prices are
a revelation. The height of the
season and a 12I cent sort for
9 cents, unnxies ana s
wblte and garnet
wblte and cardinal
wblte and plait
wblte and tlgbt blue
wntte and navy
Seersuckers from 5c up.
In a very little time we have
auiu uvvil hvoti OTi;iHn uuua
of Men's Half Hose at 12 i and
. a 1 . c o
1 5 cents. Another lot Ot 85OO
oairs. Stnoes at 1 2 4 cents, and
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plain colored ribbed at 15 cents,
Among: the ribbed
pairs ot blacks, last
color. Of course it seems
In solid-color Oxford Ties
Coffee and Tan Goat head the
procession. All sizes. B. C.
and D widths, $2 and x. But
I flia rvUKI-ir-fr .-.fill n r. ll,a ntnnl
I rrr no I in nnn wnhnrrnmi fnnnpri
trobelin. and mahotranv topped
pafent leather Oxfords to match
nnfW Inntlior Hvfnrrlc tn mnteh
suits, $3, $4, $4.50, and $5.
Very line patent leather Ox
fords, with kid tops, $3. They
have been 4.
More than three hundred and
fifty Tennis Rackets on the
tabte? ) tMrb'-fi kinds
new kink in Rackets as soon as
it comes out. ino dealer in
Tennis goods ever did the like
ust the same with soortine-
Rear Fishincr Tackle, Base
- Uali, UriCKCt, UroqilCt, UaCfOSSe,
and a dozen other things for in-
UOOrS and outdoors play-time.
Wanamaker prices. Ham-
I I " i r .
mocKS ; any sort, mexican
Grass. I a ft., white or colored.
I ' '
I ,,. -.,-, 1
ve J? 1110 lUU net porinuw uuiv
QZ r ;fQ B;ze CrftVOllS OllW
jpIO.OO. Viewing, copying and
enlarging. Instant process
A tine and elrcant line -of Bummer Neck
Ties lust received at G. W. Bertsch'. fresh
irom tue city, an tue latest anu nouuy
styles anu snaues.
5 crates ot Jersey strawberries on Batur.
uay uueat KAOiftitrt.
Plain, iilald. strlivo and corded P. IE. al
I. W. Hartman & Sons' for white dresses.
Earee assortment of lawns and batistes!
&i cioan't. mum irom nvo cents up.
For a first-class fit In a suit ot clothing
go to O. W. Bcrtsch's tho Merchant Tailor.
Headquarters for crockery and Glass.
Embroideries colored nnd white. 3o. n yd.
to $4.00 nt I. W. Hartman & Bons'.
Crinkled seersuckers, plain cream, Oc per
yd. at b LOAN a.
V.vptv niiruhaser of shoes of J. A. Hess
will uo presented wun a uanusumu iuu.
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n n. Mnrr sells the Oak Leaf soap, tho
largest and best 6c. cako In tho market.
Wo mako a snoclallty of supplying fcstl.
vols with fruit and berries. .,.,
that tho new 1'
BfunHlnir rnllftr III tn liO llSU at U.
Uertsch's tho Clothier anu uenl's furnisn.
C. C. Marr pays 18o for nlcejard.
New lot of
low nnd high
I. W. flartman & Bons deliver goods to
all parts of tho town, from 7 o'clock a. m.
to 6 o'clock p. m. Packages taken to tho
trains at nil hours.
C. O. Marr pays 15c for eggs.
Large lino of slippers, Oxford tics, New.
port, opera and common sense slippers ot
all kinds can bo had at J. A. Hess'.
Bee the bnndsomo decorated J eallon jug
wllh one pound of Ideal Baking Powder,
price 50c. GREAT EASTERN.
Now Is tho time to cct your light soft and
stiff and straw Hats at G. W. Bertsch's,
who has all tho latest styles and colors,
call and bco them.
Printed India Linens for 10c. a yd. at I.
W. Hartman & Sons'.
Dr. Hnnora A. Bobbins treats diseases
I of tho eye- and car, and Is prepared to tea
eyes for glasses. Mar.30-3m.
Lawn tennis goods of all description can
po had at J. A. Hess',
Bananas, wholesale and retail at
' mix. min.ml,. tinrttT
Persian Lawns, colored Cheese Cloth,
French Percales etc. etc at I. W. Hartman
& Sons'. ;
Now black single Thibet shawls at
300 pieces of wash Dress Goods alt prices
at I. W. Hartman & Sons'.
25 boxes of Lemons and Oranges on Sat
urday. GREAT EASTERN.
J. A. Hess. In Evans' block, has a largo
stock of fans which ho will glvo to all of
bis numerous customers.
A nlco line of fancy enkca from 10c a lb.
up, uitriai BADiEiui.
Tbo new dishes lust in at I. W. Hartman
& Sons arc the admiration of all who seo
Men's heavy nnd light brogans can bo
had cheaper than any other place In the
town at J. A. Hess'.
10 pieces white chamber sot $2.50.
THE HOMLIEST MAN ik BLOOMSHURG
as well asthohandsomest.and others are In
vited to call on any druggist and get free a
trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for tbe
throat and lungs, a remedy that is selling
entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed
to cure and relieve all chronic and acuto
' - "
SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE
allow a cough to run until it gets
beyond tbo reach of medicine. They
often say, "Oh, it will wear away,"
but in must cases it weara them
awav. Could they be induced to trv tbo
successful medicine called Kemp's Balsam,
wblcu wc sell on a positive cunramec to
cure, they would immediately sco the ex
cellent effect after taking tbe first dose.
Price ouc. and Si. Trial size tree. At all
Eczema, Itcliy, Scaly, Hkln
Tbo simple application of "Swnvno's
Ointment," without any Internal medicine,
will cure anv case of Tetter. Bait Ilhttim.
Ringworm, Piles, Itch, Bores, Pimples,
P..Vn.. nil Col,, llxl.o Ifn,ln..
no matter how obstinate or long standing!
It Is potent, effective, and costs but a trifle
To Preserve Natdral Flowers. Din
tho flowers in melted paraffluc, withdraw,
ing tbetn quickly. The liquid should bo
only lust hot enough to maintain its fluid
ity and tbe flowers should bo dipped ono
at a time, held by the stocks and moved
about for an instant to get rid of air bub
bles, t resh cut llowcrs, tree irom moist
ure, make excellent specimens in this way.
If you would preserve your health and In
vlgorute your entire system use Pcrrine's
Pure Barloy Malt Whiskey. For sale by
O. B. Robblns, Bloomshurg, Pa. cow.
UDEEN VICTORIA 8 CROWN,
The crown of Queen Victoria consists of
I diamonds, pcans, ruuies, sappnirea anu
emeralds, set In stiver and gold. Its gross
wcigui is au oz. 0 uwi. troy, inenumucr
nf illnmnnila urn 3.352-
of diamonds aro 3,352: pearls, 373;
rubles, 9; sapphires, 17; emeralds, 11. It
Is an old saying Uneasy lies the head that
wears a crown. It is Dettcr to wear tbe
crown or perfect ncalth and peaco ot
mind through tho curative effects of Per
rine's Pure Barley Mdt Whiskey. For
sale by C. B. Robblns, Bloomsburg,Pa.
I-IIchI IMIch! Itching IM1CH.
Bvmptosis Moisture ; Intense llchlne and
stinging ; most at night ; worse by scratch
ing. If allowed-to contlnuo tumors form,
which oiten bleed and ulcerate, becoming
very sore, Bwayne's Ointment stops tho
Itching and bleeding, heals ulceration, nnd
in most cases removes tho tumors. At
druggists, or by mall, for 60 cents. Dr.
Bwayno & Son, Philadelphia, may-4 ly.
Is doslred and admired by all. Among
tho things which may best bo dono to
beauty is tho dally
uao of Ayer's Hair
Vigor. No matter
what tho color 'of
the hair, this prepa
ration gives it a lus-
tro and pliancy that
adds greatly to Its
charm, Should tho
1 hair bo thin, harsh,
' dry, or turning gray,
Aycr'a Hair Vigor
will rcstoro tho
color, bring out a
new growth, and
render the old soft and shiny. For
keeping tho scalp eleau, cool, nnd
healthy, there is no better preparation
ln tbo market.
" I am freo to confess that a trial ot
Ayer's Hair Vigor has convinced mo
that It In a genuluo article. Its uso h;w
not only cauiod the hair ot my wifu and
daughter to bo
Abundant and Glossy,
but It has glvou my rather stunted mus.
titehe a renivctahlo lougth and apiiear.
aneu." It. Ilrtttou, Oakland, Ohio.
" My hair was coming out ( without
any ntslstanco from my wlfo, either).
I trlod Ayer's Hair Vigor, using ouly
ono bottle, und I now havo at Hue a
huad ot hair nt any ono could wish fur."
It. T, Sehmlttou, Dickson, Teun,
" I have usod Ayor'a Hair Vigor In my
family for a numbor ot years, ami ro-L-.mt
it as tho best hair preparation I
know ot. It kuepi tho scalp clean, tho
Imlr soft and lively, and preserves tho
original color. My wife lion mod it for
a long time with most satisfactory re.
Kiilts," llunlamin M, Johusou, M, 1).,
Thomas Hill, -Mo.
" Mv hair was becoming hnrsh and dry,
but alter using halt a bottlu (if Ayer
Hair Vigor It grew black and shinny, I
runnot exprust tho joy nnd gratitude t
leel," Mubel O. Hardy, Delavati, III.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Dr. J. O. Ayer Si Co., Lowell, Matt,
Bold by Druggists and Perfumers.