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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
This powder never vanes. A marvel of parity
strength and wholcsomeness. More economical
than ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In compe
tition with the multitude or low tcst,short weight,
alum or phosphate powders. Bold only In cans.
HOTAL uiiino rowuimu,. wausu.rt. x.
ITubllshed every Friday. Subscription price,
il.to a year.
Entered at tho rost omco at Bloomsburc, To.,
as second class matter, March l, lttw.
FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1888.
CORSLCT SUMUUD TIMS TABLE,
DLOOJISBUHQ SULLIVAN KAILItOAD
nioomsbunr,.... 1 m
Main street 1 44
Irondale 1 41
rapcrMlll......... 1 33
Llghtstreet. 1 28
orangevllle 1 13
Forks, 18 67
Benton, 18 SO
Trains, on the V. & B, it. It loavo Rupert s
7:81 a. m. U'00 m'
3-M p. m. P-
Trains on tho D. L. ft W. It. 11. leavo Bloomsburg
7:18 a. ra. 8:32 - n.
11:07 a. ra. 18:05 p. m.
8:81 p. m. P-
e:3S p. m. 8:47 p. m.
Trams on tho N. & W. U. Hallway pass Bloom
Ferry as follows :
10:46 a. m. ! a. m.
p. m. P-
10:10 am o-3t P ra
Tho undersigned will oner at prlvato salo
Between this date and
AUGUST i st, 1 888.
a valuable farm, sltuato In Hemlock township
1 14 ACRES,.
about 90 acres of which Is clear and In excellent
condition, tho balanco Is woodland.
There Is on tho premises a largo
nearly new, containing 10 rooms. The house Is
furnished on the lnsldo wlthchestnut lumber. The
cellar Is one of the best, well made and cemented.
Tho barn Is ntty feet long and 30 feet wide, with
a new shed attached, twenty-eight by forty feet.
An excellent well of water not more than ten
feet from tho house.
Choice fruit of all kinds on the premises.
A rare bargain for somo one.
May 18 sm. Buck Horn, Pa,
Jdnb 28-20. Wins. 0. Evans asslgnco of
D. F. Boybcrt will expose at public sale at
10 o'clock, a. m. at tho homestead of said
D. T. Bcybert In Balcra township, Luzerne
Co., Pa., a lot of personal property. Horses,
cows, wagons, lumber and ryo and wheat
In the ground. Also, on June 20 at 10 a.
m. at licach Haven station, u lot of lumber
Foil Balk. A deslrablo and commodious
resldcnco on Main street, supplied with
water, gas and steam. Apply to
jan20tf. L. N. Moykh.
Fou Kent. Four desirable dwelling
houses on First street near Market. All
modern Improvements. Apply to Z. B.
Wanted. 100 bark peelers. Apply to
Thos. Wheeler, at Wilson Colo's above
Central, Columbia county, Pa.
JrtLY 28. The administratrix of Samuel
A. Worman deceased, will sell valuable
real estate in Espy at 10 a. m.
Abcicst 2, Tho executors of John Fester
deceased and John Kclcbner deceased, and
others will sell valuable timber land In
Brlarcrcck unit Flshlngcreek township at
10 a. in.
M'Killip Bros, have complete
ly refitted their studio with the
best and most approved instru
ments for portraiture, from lock
et size up to life size, and instru
ments especially adapted to pho-
toeranhine: out door groups and
residences, together with the hit-
est scenic effects and accessories.
Babies' pictures par excellence
for which has been added a spec
ial extra rapid Voigtlaender
Euryscope. Copying, enlarging
ana pnotograpnic ruprouueuuna
ot drawings, patent moiieis anu
machinery intelligently execut
ed. Animals photographed bj
tho Hash licrht process. Life
size, crayon portraits in gold
Xramo only $10.
To Tlio l'ulillc.
Wo aro manufacturing and havo In bond
a pure articlo of Hyo Whiskey one year old,
We use nothing but clean ryo aud double
on' a copper linen, and It is as puro as the
ryo that crows In tho llelil, anu if any per.
son will And any drugs or adulterations In
It as it leaves our distillery ;or salesroom,
wo will give a reward of one hundred do!
lars. Komi JIcHknhy is co.
Benton, Juno 1888, Ow.
Mrs. N. U. Funk and son are visiting
relatives In Towanda.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ltinglcr of Phlladol
jibla havo bcou visiting relatives here.
Miss Jeannctto Fenstcrmakor of Berwick,
wlslted friends hero last week.
Air. Diemer Bldlcman, of Oil City, Pa.
lias been visiting relatives here.
Miss Laura ItUhcl Is visiting friends
Mr. Chas Cole, of Allentnwn, has been.
visiting at 0. W. Brown's.
Mils Ella Bkldmore, of Brooklyn Is tho
guest of Miss Mildred Knorr.
Miss Lombard, of Bellnsgrove, visited
Miss Edith Ent during the past week.
It. F. Wclllver, of Bavannah, Georgia, Is
visiting relatives at Jirseytown.
Mr. and Mrs Geo. W. Smith and daughter
of Laccvvlllo. Wyomlnc county, visited
friends here 'recently.
Mlsi Cora Taylor, of Hazleton, was the
guest ot Miss Madge Campbell during the
Mr. Knos Jacoby and wlfo and J. W.
Moarsand wlfo went to Gotlvaburir on
Monday to tont out during tho week,
Isaiah ltupert, telegraph operator, at
Wapwallopcn on the N. & W. B. road.
pent Bunday In town.
J. W. l'orry, tho gonial proprietor of tho
Elk Itun Uouso, Bugarloaf towmhlp, was
in town last Friday.
Mr. 0. E. Itclco spent Sunday at his
wlfo'a parentsacross tho Allegheny Moun
tains. Mrs. VanUuskirk of Willlamsport, visl.
ted her daughter, Mrs. I. M. Leader this
The firecracker ordlnanco was a dead
letter on Tuesday and Wednesday nights.
Trunks and vulUcs, a duo assortment at
Tho town council will sit as
appeals on the 12th Inst.
a board of
Tho now barn nt the j til U
Itev. II. G. Itlco nf Iowa will preach In
tho Presbyterian church on Sunday next.
W. P. Connor has purchased tho
grocery on East street.
Tho excursion on tho 1J. & B. to tho end
of the track at Con tral was well patronlicd
on the 4th,
F. D. Dcntlcr Frank Wilson and 0. P.
Elwcll are among those who spent tho 4th
Aro you weak and weary, overworked
and tired? Hood's Barsaparllla Is just tho
medicine to purify your blood and glvo
Tho Oil City "hlizzard" Is of the opinion
that tho woman In McKcan county who
has ten living husbands, should organize a
nine and challcngo some Chicago woman
to a game of baso ball.
F. D. Dentler's spring stock of boots and
shoes just coming in. Call and soo them.
I tie Milton ikonomwt made lta appear
ance In a now dress last week. The pro
ject of consolidating that paper with .the
Milton Aryu has been abandoned.
A communication from Orangevllle Is
not published because no name' accompa
nies it. On receipt of the names of the
committee on resolution? tor publication
we will Insert.
Sufferers from chills and fever, who
nave used qulnlno as a remedy, will ap
preciate Ayer's Ague Cure. This prepara
tion, if taken according to directions, is
warranted a euro euro. ltcsldcnts in malar
lal districts should not bo without it.
Wilson Kllno and Clark Iiellis had a
hearing beforo U. 8. Commissioner Smith
on Tuesday, charged with robbing the
Cambra post office. They were arrested
by Marshal Barring. In default of 92000
ball both wcro committed to tho county
jail to await trial.
Mrs. Evan E. Bittcnbendcr of Grand
Rapids Mich., will soon visit friends In
Columbia county. She Is now in William
sport, with her sister Mrs. Itev. E. Edwards.
It is now twenty years slnco she went to
Michigan. Bhe will doubtless see many
changes In this toction.
The lunch room recently opened by the
W. C. T. U., is proving a decided success.
The ladles certainly deserve a great deal of
credit for their perseverance. Their shelves
are also being rapidly filled with good sub
stantial reading matter, and a long for
want in tho way of a public library Is sup
The engineers of the W. 3s w. H'y aro
now engaged surveying a lino from Fish
Inecreck alone the baso of the North
mountain to determine the feasibility ot
route in this direction as tar as the mouth
ot Harvey's creek at West Nantlcoko.
Tho commissioners havo cut the price of
boarding prisoners at the jail down to
twenty-five cents a day. It has been thirty.
seven cents for some time past. The sheriff
wishes to give notico to all those who con.
template a stay under his roof, that the
food furnished will be only such as can be
provided for tho price allowed.
List ot letters remaining in tho Post Of
Sec at Bloomsburg for week ending July
Miss Allena Bassett, Mrs. Nora Brochye,
Miss Annie Maust, Mr. M. Newman, Mr.
Joseph Hemtly, Mrs. Harry Wilson.
Persons calling for these letters will
please say "advertised."
Qeobqe A. Clark, P. M.
The next ccllpso of tho moon will occur
on the night ot July 22nd, and will be mere
Interesting than tho one on January 28th
last. The diameter of tho earth's shadow
will bo much larger than tho last time in
proportion to tho diameter of the moon,
darkening its surface more totally. It will
tako place at midnight when the moon will
be higher in the heavens, and wlllbovislblo
In this section.
Dr. Theel, tho great specialist, fjr ncr.
vous debility, blood poisons, kidney and
special diseases, has yet to find an equal In
curing such diseases. He has complete
mastery ot the allopathic, homoepathlo and
electric systems of medicines which gives
him the knowledge and ability to euro (lis
eases pronounced Incurable by leading
physicians. It suffering we would advise
you to consult him personally or by letter,
at 5!18 North Fourth St., Philadelphia, V
For some tlmo past tho residents ot Buck
Horn and vicinity have been annoyed by
chicken thieves, but no one was able to get
any cluo to tho guilty parties. Three weeks
ago last Monday night Charles BhafTer.who
lives on John Appleman's farm, learned
that a raid was to be mado on his chicken
coop that night, and so he was on the
lookout. Towards midnight George Ful
mcr was seen by Charles Shaffer and Geo
Wilson to enter tho coop and take three
chickens. Fulmer was arrested the next
morning, and after a hearing before J. M,
Clark Esq., ho was bound over to appear
nt next court
At the regular monthly meeting of tho
Vestry of St. Paul's Church held Tueiday
cvenlug, tho following resolution was
Jfeaowd, that tho Vestry ot Bt. Paul'
Church, on behalf of the congregation
hereby tender our sincere thanks to all
those who so kindly assisted at tho recent
concert for tho benefit ot tho church and
especially to the Misses Smiths ot New
York, and to tho ladies and gentlemen ot
Bloomsbure who are not members ot this
parish, and wo desire also to gratefully rec
ognlzo tho services of tho amateur company
whose carefully prepared drama added so
much to tho evenings entertainment.
Until the blood is cleansed of Impurities,
It Is useless to attemnt the euro ot any dl
ease. Rheumatism, which Is traceable to
an acid In the blood, has been cured, In
numerous cases, by the uso of Ayer's Bar-
saparllla, external treatment being ot no
Don't buy your boots and shoes without
seeing F. D, Dentler's Immense stock.
A I.IK NAII.ItD.
As lonir ago as January 1887 It Wns said
that William Krlckbaum hsd started a re.
port to tho effect that Geo. K. Elwcll had
asked tho Governor for the appointment as
successor to Judge Elwcll as President
Judgo, and that upon this condition tho
latter would resign. Ho ropcatcd tho samo
story a few months ago In his paper, and
again In tho Issue ot two weeks ago. Wo
havo hitherto paid no attention to It. took
Ing upon It merely as a Ho that harmed no
ono. Any ono who Books the Governor's
appointment to any oRlco must ask tho
Governor for tho appointment, and thcro
would be nothing wrong In such action.
But tho story Is manufactured out of tho
holo cloth as a means of Injuring Judgo
Elwcll by tho Insinuation that ho was will
ing to buy a position for his son, through a
bargain wttli tho Governor that ho would
resign, and as a means ot Injuring Geo. E
Elwcll by showing that ho sought a posi
tton that the Governor refused to appoint
We denounce tho allegation as a mali
cious Ho, manufactured and concocted In
tho brain ot a man who hesitates at noth
ing to tnjuro thoso whopi he cannot con
trol. Thcro Is not tho slightest foundation
In fact for the story, as no such arrange.
mcnt was ever contemplated, suggested or
thought of by anybody. Erickbaum says
"gentleman Informed him." Wo chal
lcngo him to name tho "gentleman" and
we challcngo tho "gentleman" to produce
his proofs. If neither of theso things bo
done, Krlckbaum must stand as tho father
ot tho falsehood.
To our own denial wo appond the fol
lowing correspondence, which explains It
Bloomsburg, Pa., Juno 22, 1883.
Hon. Hoiit. E. Pattisok,
Dkaii Hut For tho second ttmo a story
has appeared In the publto prints of this
county to the effect that while you were yet
in tho Governor's chair I applied to you
either In person or by letter or otherwise,
and suggested that my father, Judgo El.
well, would resign as President Judgo, of
this district, it you would agree to appoint
me as his successor. Tho first tlmo I paid
no attention to it.but as It Is now being used
In a manner intended to reflect upon my
father and maliciously to Injure me, I pro
pose to brand tho falsehood hero and now,
Will you do mo the favor to state whether
my father's resignation or my appointment
his successor, was ever mentioned to
you by me, or by anybody else represent.
ing either Judgo Elwell or myself. By so
doing you will great oblige
Yours very truly
Geo. E. Elwell.
Philadelphia, June 20, 1883.
Geo. E. Elwell, Esq.
My Dear Bis: I do not recall that Judgo
Elwell's resignation or any appointment as
his successor was ever mentioned to me
whllo Governor. I am sure I never had the
question under consideration. I cannot
find any correspondence that in any way
refers to such a suggestion. With kind re
gards I remain
ROU'T. E. i'ATTISOS.
A PloulHlilnvr Order.
The Reading Times speaks thus of the P.
. S. of A.t
Tha Patriotic Order of the Sons of Amcr.
Ica is ono of tho most flourishing of the
many secret societies of the country, and
is rapidly spreading in the different States.
Though only organized within the past fif
teen years the total membership is reported
to be upwards of 40.000. According to the
statistics presented at tho National Con
clave there aro 840 Camps In Pennsylvania,
with a membership of oyer 15,000. While
one of the principles of tho Order may bo
objectionable to foreign-born citizens, in
asmuch as It excludes them from member
ship, yet tho sons of foreigners are eligible
as members, and many of them In fact,help
to swell the ranks of tho Sons of America.
One of tho most praiseworthy features of
tho Order is tbo ample and liberal provis
ion that is made for cases of distress, sick
ness and death among the members. Tho
doption of an amendmont to tho constitu
tion by which the life insurance project is
extended so as to permit of an insurance in
any sum from $500 to $3,000 Is a commend-,
able step In enlarging the beneficent scope
of this popular Lodge. Aside from such
utlltarlan considerations, however, tbo
Idea or principle of fellowship that can so
heartily enlist the sympathies and sent!
mentt of so many of tho young men of Uie
country is wotthy of encouragement and
Benj. Dllley, formerly editor of the Kings
ton Tuna, who so mysteriously disappeared
some months ago afterwards turnlog up
In Colorado has recently been homo on a
visit. Tho Kingston 2Ymi, gives the fol
lowing account of the wanderings and ec
centricities of Mr. Dllley x "Late Tuesday
night Mr. Dllley dropped In upon his family
in Kingston, almost without giving notice
of his intended coming. And tho more
trange it seems that he returned Immedt
ately. Mr. Dllley corroborated iu every
particular the facts as written to his wifo
when ho first awakened to his senses about
the first of April. He remembers nothing
for perhaps a month before leaving home
Tbo business transacted In starting the
Plymouth paper Is completely blank to him,
and ot the frequent trips he made In con
ncction with the new business ho knows
nothing. Ho was dumbfounded when told
that ho rented an office in Plymouth and
actually did business there for a week or i
two. Persons with whom bo became ac
quainted a short tlmo beforo leaving home,
ho now knows nothing, and as their names
are mentioned to him they appear to bo en
tirely strange. Mr. Dllley as Is known, Is
employed upon a weekly paper near Butto
City, Montana. Tho proprietor has just
decided to begin tho publlcaton ot a dally
newspaper, and It was to tako advantage ot
the tlmo Intervening before tho extra work
came on, that he decided so quickly to
como home to see his family. Ho returned
to his Western location to.day. Tho un
natural condition of Mr, Dllley's mind is
yet evident to those who wcro well ac
quainted with him. These spells ot utter
unconsciousness of past events cpmo over
him now occasionally, and just beforo re
turning homo bis mind suddenly was cloth,
cd In oblivion to his former surroundings.
During this tlmo none of tho family heard
a word from him, and tboy wcro apprehen
sive ot some further difficulty. During
thesu spells tho affairs of the present seem
to map themselves out clearly before him,
but as soon as they aro performed all re.
membranco vanishes from his mind."
Au ItUltor'H l'rlciiri.
The person who furnishes lUms tor a
newspaper is always a valuablo friend to
the editor. Many persons hesitate about
sending personal notes to a newspaper re
gardlug tho movement of friends, lest the
newspaper man should think them too anx.
lous to see their names In print. Ho will
think nothing ot the kind, but on tho con.
trary ho Is glad to get such notes. Many
seeming unimportant Items when printed
are news to a large number of our readers.
Buy Lester's School
Every pair warranted.
More of niiMcr'H Vlllauy.
A dispatch from Stmbiiry says that
George Wclker, a prisoner In tho Northum
berland county jail, tells a very Interesting
story In connection with tho theft ot Dm
packago of money from tho Adams Ex.
ptcss company by 1 tuber, Its Bunbury
agent Wclker comes from ono ot tho best
families In that neighborhood, and Is serv
ing a sentenco for an alleged attempted as.
sault on Hubcr's youngest daughter. Ho
says that about the tlmo tho money was
stolen ho was standing U front .of tho ex
press office, heard a sound as though soino
one was opening a safe, and on turning
round saw Uubcr with n packago In his
Hubcr, nccordlng to Wclker's story,
thought the latter suspected him, and never
spoko to him again. Soon afterward Wclker
was arrested, alter having been on a spree,
charged by Hubcr with assaulting his
daughter. Wclker denies that ho cvon In
tended any harm, and says he did not
touch tho gltl. Ho also Bays that Iluber
attempted to have his sentenco Increased
from two to flvo years so as to get rid of n
man who might bo a troublciomo witness
against him. Wclker wroto to tho Presi
dent ot tho express company in January
last, told him what ho had seen, and Hub.
er's arrest and tho recovery of most of tho
stolen money was the result.
Belling n Ilnd IIitHuntid.
A WOMAN GIVES UP IIEU MUSnAND TO A RIVAL
Mrs. Emma Mumford, at the Armory
Police Court yesterday, sold her husband,
William, for $200, $00 of which was paid
In cash and tho other $150 promised In
monthly payments of $50 each. William
Is not a bad looking fellow. He U tall,
well-built, has a mustache aud sldc-whlsk
ers, dresses well, and with his gold eye
glasses a stylish appearance. Altogether It
would seem that William was quite cheap
at the price, but he has his fallings, and It
was these that led his wlfo to let him go as
cheaply as she did.
Mr- and Mrs. Mumford lived in Montreal,
Cauada. Ho was a bookkeeper In a largo
house and earned sufficient money to sup
port his wife comfortably, but ho wouldn't
do It; ho preferred to spend bis earnings
on line clothes and let her win tho bread
for tho house. Then be became fascinated
with tho charms of Clara Brown. Miss
Brown is fair, fat and forty, and suffers by
contrast with Mrs. Mumford, who is
pretty little black-eyed woman, with
sweet smllo and vivacious manner. How
ever, Miss Brown reciprocated Mumford's
admiration and ho accepted her proposition
to run away to Chicago. They got hero a
little over a week ago, and wero followed
by Mrs. Mumford, a-Iio arrived here last
Friday. A warrant charging tho pair with
criminal intimacy was sworn out and scrv.
cd by an officer, who brought tho couple
beforo Justice R. H. White.
They were badly frightened as they stood
waiting for the case to bo called. Mumford
sent word to his wife that ho wanted to
speak to her. Mrs. Mumford walked over
to whero her husband stood beside the wo
man for whom ho had forsaken her. Mum
ford begged her not to prosecute, but sho
was firm, no leaned oyer as though to
whisper in her car and his arm stole tow.
ards her waist. She jumped back and
shook him off. "Emma," he said, "don't
prosecute mo and I'll go back and behave
"Oh, no you won't. I am not going to
pay your way back to Montreal and then
havo to support you."
"But you wouldn't send your own bus-
band to tho penitentiary?"
'Wouldn't 1? You wait and see."
Then Mrs. Mumford thought a moment.
"I'll tell you what I'll do, Mam," sho said
turning to Miss Brown. "I havo scarcely
a dollar In tho world. If you will give mo
$200, enough to start In a small business in
Montreal, you can have him and I won't
stand in your way."
Miss Brown pleaded that she didn't hiye
the $200, but was told that she had better
raise it before tbo case, was called. This
roused her to action and slio left tho station.
Half an hour later she returned with a de
spairing look on her face. "I could only
raise $50," she said, but I will get tho rest
If you will glvo me time."
The wife saw that this was tho best Bho
could do and took the money. Bho then
made Miss Brown sit down and wrlto out
three notes for $50 each payable in SO, CO
and 00 days. These she put In her pocket,
and fifteen minutes later the case was dis
missed for want of prosecution. Chicago
Wlllcesnarrc & Western R. R.
For some tlmo past thtre has been much
talk concerning tho location of tho W. &
W, R. R. At ono time it was thought that
tbo junction would bo at Bh'ckshinny and
this idea was supported by tho fact that
work was done by way of grading to the
amount ot some $0,000. The route was
not satisfactory to the engineer who suc
ceeded Sir. Moorhead, neither was It to
the company whom he represents, for tho
reason that the grade was not pratlcablc
and tho connection with other lines of rail
road was too limited. The same objection
applied to tho Hi nluck's Creek route and
tho engineer has been earnestly viewing
other parts of tho country In hopo of secur
ing a routo that was feasible and that
would Intersect with other lines of road
and If possible tap the Wyoming Valley
coal fields, as this lino ot road will bo tho
shortest lino from New York to tho far
West, passing through the Wyoming valley
and winding its way due West through a
rich agiicultural country to the bltumln
ous coal fields of tho West, shortening tho
lino of shipment some 75 or 80 miles from
New York to tho West.
The Investigation made last week by tho
chief engineer ot tho routo, starting at
Nantlcoko, thenco up Harvey's Creek to
Pike's Creek, up Pike's Creek to Berrug's,
thenco west by way ot McKcndrce's, Pleas
ant Hill, South Pond to head of Green
Swamp Itun, thenco by way ot hanks ot
Huntington Creek, or by way of Crockett's
and Wilkinson Hollow to Huntington
creek, thenco up Marshall's Hollow by way
ot Cambra to Raven Creek and so through
by Flshlngcreek to MUlvlllo or else down
Huntington creek by the way of Jonestown
to Intersect at Millvllle, Is found to be tho
most feasible routo of all, In fact It is found
to contain all the features asked for both
In tho directness of line, ease ot grade (tho
grade not exceeding one per cent) and tho
advantago ot Intersecting outlet, passing
within a few rods ot Uvo beautllul lakes,
within twenty miles ot W'lkesbarro, tap
plug millions of acres of timber lands along
the Allegheny range of mountains, passing
nearly tho wholo dlstanco through tho
heart of a fcrtilo agricultural country that
much needs tbo advantages of a railroad,
and opening up a direct lino of shipment
from East to West and from West to East,
aro tho basis ot financial calculation, aud
confidential hope. i'aiciaAi'nny Echo.
Twcnty.Qvo cents a day purchases
$3,000 policy In Tho Travelers, ot Hartford,
which Is payable In event of death by ac
cident, with $15 weekly Indemnity for
wholly dlsabllug injury, J, II. Maize,
agent, second floor Columbian building
Men's fine shoes In kangaroo or
hand or machine sowed at Dentler's.
Tho now school board had their first
meeting Juno 8th for organization. O. T,
Wilson was elected President and Wm,
Chitsman secretary, Tho salary of tho
secretary was fixed at $125 for all scrvicas.
Tho commission of Treasurer was fixed at
2 per cont. upon all inonoy paid out.
Isaiah Hagcnbiicu was elected Treasurer,
bond fixed at $15,000.
Upon motion tho President appointed
thrco members of tho board upon each of
tho following committees t Supplies, Wm.
Chrlsman, Isaiah Hagenbuch, Wm. Kram
er) Text book and cuurso of study, J, C.
Brown, Wm. Kramer, Wm. Chrismun)
Grievances, O. T. Wilson, J. R. Townsctid,
Isaiah Hagenbuch. Upon motion Juno 20th
was fixed as tho day for election of teach,
ers. On motion the regular placo of meet
ing and business was fixed at the law office
of Wm. Chrisman, In Moycr's building.
Bloomsburg Juno 29, 1883.
Meeting called to order as per adjourn
ment. All mcmberB present. Bond of
Treasurer read, approved and filed. On
motion orders directed to bo drawn for tho
following bills i
Wm. Krlckbaum for publishing annual
Mt. Pleasant school district for tuition
for E. Crawford's daughter '87 and '88,
J. J. Lawall Bec'y. from Juno 1st 1887 to
Dec. 17th 1887, $03.40.
On motion of Wm. Chrlsman bill of 8.
N. Walker for taking deposition in case ot
Hughes et al vs. Directors, amounting to
$29.70 was tabled until tho caso was dis
posed of by tho Supremo Court. Report
of the lato principal read and filed.
Upon motion the eshool term was fixed at
eight months and begin the first Monday of
Mr. Wm. Kramer proposed a rato of 8J
mills for sohool purposes, and J mill for
building purposes, seconded by Mr. Hagen
buch. Tho ayes and nays being called re
sulted as follows I Brown, aye ; Chrisman,
aye; Hagenbuch aye; Kreamcr, aye j Town
send, ayci Wilson, ayoi whereupon the
vote was fixed as proposed.
Upon motion the sr'ary ot principal of
Third street school was fixed at $85 per
month, and that of Fifth street at $05 per
month. On motion It was resolved "That
salaries for teachers remain the same as
last year except the assistant to tho Fifth
street Principal which bo fixed nt $35,
Teachers wcro then elected as follows
Principal J. F. Harktns. No. 1 assistant
principal, H. Brccco.
No. 2, Principal, Gcorglo Pursel. No. 2,
assistant principal, Annlo Fox.
.No. 3, Principal, Ella Allen. No. 3,
assistant principal, Ida Bcrnhnrd.
No. 4, Principal, Annie Presslcr. No. 4,
assistant principal, Stella Lowcnberg.
No. 1, Principal, J. S. Kline. No. 1,
assistant principal, Hattlo Sloan.
No. 2, Principal, Sadie Vannatta. No. 2,
assistant principal, Alice Brockway.
No. 3, Principal, Ella Sterner. No 8,
assistant principal, Katio Younit.
No. 4, Principal, Lou Robblns. No. 4,
assistant principal, Cora Hagenbuch.
On motion the salary of janitots was fix.
cd the same as last year, and the same
janitors were re-elected. Adjourned to
meet July 13th 1887 at 7:30 p. m.
I iidlnu JtiKKlcrH.
TUB ASTON181IINO CABINET THICK rEUFORUID
Paul Beaulleu, an Ojlbway of mixed
blood, present interpreter at White Earth
Agency, gives his experience with a Jossa
keed at Leech Latto about the year 1858.
I he reports of wonderful performances
reached tho agency, and as Beaulleu had
no faith in tho Jugglers Uo offered to wager
$100 against goods of equal value that the
Juggler could not perform satisfactorily one
of tho tricks of his repertoire to bo selected
by him (Beaulleu) In tho presence of him.
self and a commltteo consisting of his
friends. Tho wager was accepted, with
tbo result to be described.
A medicine lodge was made. Four strong
pole were planted deep lu tho ground, rls.
Ing to an elevation of at least ten or twelve
feet, one of them having the branches re
maining, and rising a little beyond Its fel
lows, this being the indication of a Jorsa-
kecd, as distinguished from a Mcdo lodge
Tflo interior diameter was less than tour
feet. The frame which was Inclined to the
centre, was then filled In with intertwined
twigs and covered with blankets and birch
bark from tho ground to tho top, leaving
an orifice of about a foot in diameter open
for the ingress and egress of spirits and of
tho objects to bo mentioned, but not large
enough tor the passage of a man's body.
At one side of the bottom wrapping a flap
was leu for the entrance of tho Jossakccd
ur Duaraan. a committee or twelvo was
selected to see tbat no communication was
possiblo between tbo Jossakecd and con.
federates. Theso twelve men were reliable
people, ono of them being tho Episcopal
clergyman of tho reservation. Tho spec
tators wcro sovcral hundred In number,
out stood oil, not belne allowed to an-
The Jossakeed then removed his clothing
until nothing remained upon his person but
the breech-cloth. Beaulleu then took
rope (of his own selection for the purpose)
and first tied and knotted ono end about
tho ankles j the knees wero then securely
tied together, next tbo wristB, after which
tho arms were passed over tho knees and a
billet of wood passed under tho knees, thus
securing and keeping tho arms down
motionless. The ropo was then passed
around tho neck again and again, each tlmo
tied and knotted so as to bring the face
down upon tho knees. A flat river stone
of black color which was tho Jossakeed
manedo or amulet was left lying upon Ms
thighs. Tho Jossakeed was then carried
to tho lodge, placed inside upon a mat on
tbo ground and tho flap covering restored
so as to completely hido him from view.
Immediately loud, thumping noises wcro
heard and tho framework began to sway
from siilo to side with great violence,
whereupon the clergyman remarked that
this was tho work ot the evil one. and It
was no placo for him, so ho left and did
not seo tho end. After a few minutes ot
violent movements and swaying of tho
lodge, accompanied by loud Inarticulate
noises, tho motion gradually ceased, when
tho voice of tho juggler was heard telling
Beaulleu to go to the houso of a friend near
by and get tho rope. Now Beaulleu, sua
peciing somo joko was to bo played upon
him directed the committee to be very care.
ful not to permit any ono to approach
whllo ho went for tho rope, whlch.hu found
nt tho place Indicated, still tied exactly as
ho had placed It about tbo neck and ex.
trcmetlcs ot tho Jossakecd. Ho lmmedl
ately returned, laid It dowu beforo tho
spectators and requested of tho Jossakecd
to be allowed to look at him, which was
granted, but with the understanding that
lleaulteu was not to touch him.
When tho covering was pulled aside the
Jossakeed sat within tho lodge, contcutcdly
smoking bis plpo, with uo other object In
sight than tho black stone or manedo
Beaulleu paid his wager ot $100,
and baso ball shoes at
The itcHerve Reunion.
Tho first day of llio Pennsylvania Hcscrro
picnic, Juno 20 nnd 27 at Oak Grove,
BloomsMirg, Pa., did not bring out a very
large aitendanco, but tho second day
brought h good turnout of Reserves, and
olhcr old soldiers as welt as citizens. All
appeared to enjoy themselves and tho bean
soup and coffco under tho good manage
ment of Comrade Fornwald was praised on
There was no sot nroeram of snccch mak.
Ing or brass band music, but everything
went pleasantly and smoothly In greetings
and companionship of those who aro so
closely bound In the comradeship ot tho
However, Rov. Wm. Keith of Shlckshln.
ny, n comrade of the 7th Md. Vol. being
present was Invited by the President to
giro a talk In tho pavlllion. And a stirring
talk it was too. Tho right ot a soldier to n
pension and tho great valuo of his services
to tho country wcro eloquently portrayc.
It Is Impossible to do justlco to tho speaker
by any attempt at a synopsis. It Is enough
to say that frequent outbursts ot applause
and the Interest of thoso who didn't care to
hear speeches fully show tho power ot tho
earnest and thoroughly patriotic gentleman.
Tho business meeting of the Association
was called to order at 2 r. u., on Wcdncst
day and In the absonce of Or. M. B. Hughes,
Pres. and G. L. Baldwin, Bec'y. who had
been called home,' tho meeting organized
oy tho selection of J. Boyd Roblson as,
Pres. pro. tern, and B. F. bharplcss as Bee.
Tho association passed a resolution that
when this meeting ndjourns It bo to meet
at Bloomsburg on next Grand Army Day,
Sept. 0, 1888. It was further resolved tbat
the regular meetings of the association
should hereafter bo at tho somo time and
placo as Grand Army day, for this section
of the state.
Tho following officers were elected to
serve until Grand Army Day 1889 1
President J. Boyd Roblson j Vlco Presi
dents, Hudson Allen, A. II. Brown and
Nelson Bruncr ; Secretary, B. F. Bharplcss;
Treasurer, O. 8. Furraan.
Letters wero read from various comrades
including Gcnl. H. W. Crnwford, Gov.
Beaver, Senator Qaay, Gen. Sickle, N. 8.
Falconer, B. F. Hotliklns and others.
The following resolution was unanimous
ly adopted :
Resolved. That wo rccoirnlze the fact that
tho Penn'a. Res. Vol. Corns, went into the
service as a complelc, conslltdated, organi
zation, as much so as any independent
regiment or company aud continued as such
through Its service. Tbo tact tbat any regi
ment or portion of tho Command should in
the exigencies of the servico be on detached
duty on ono tlmo or another does not
chango the status ; and tho organization as
a body Is entitled to bo considered In Its
entirety iu all its operations. Thcrctore it
is meet and proper tbat tho memorials at
Gettysburg should be n united memorial
for tho entire organization, and this asso
ciation endorses tho action of the General
Commltteo in its efforts to procure the
erection of a memorial hall from the joint
appropriations to which tho several regl-
ments would be entitled ; and If further
legislation is needed, requests all Pennsyl
vania Reserves to urge upon tho several
members of the leelslature tho lustlec ot
The meeting was enlivened by Comrade
Fornwald reading tbo chronicles and by ex
cellent singing on tho part of Comrades
Brown, Mills, Mellcn, Miller and others.
Among tbo Pcnn. Reserves present wore
the following s
First Reg't. Hrlnton J. Park j third, Dan-
iel W. Filbert and Wm. Burbunk : fifth.
Wm. H. Hayman j sixth, C. 8. Fornwald,
Nelson Bruncr, 11. J. Conner, C. S. Fur
man, Goo. Wbitcsldcs, John Coleman, Sam
uel Knorr, George W, Mtars, B. F. Sharp,
less, William Coffman. H. C. Bowman.
Randolph Hayman, A. H. Brown, O. G.
Mellin, 8, A. Mills, Theodore Mendenhall,
T. J. Barton, Jas. Bowman. F. P. Drinker.
II. B. Lewis, J. W. Chamberlain and
George C. Williams; seventh, Jno. Jameson,
R. C. Buckalew, G. L. Baldwin, Hudson
Alien, Alex Dodson aud E. B. Dodson;
eleventh, S. L. Potter; twelfth, W. S.
Harding ; artillery, Al. Hcrbinc, Ell Bber.
wood and Dr. M. B. Hughes.
Thero wcro also a lare number of visit.
ing comrades representing thlrty-thrco dif
ferent regiments besides the Reserves.
The success of the Peuna. Reserve Asso.
elation for Central Pennsylvania Is assured
and no doubt a much larger attendance will
greet us In September. The thanks of the
veterans aio extended to thoso liberal
friends ot Bloomsburg who so fully sub
scribed all necessary funds for tho expenses,
A Curious Product ol the Hen.
THE OUI LITTLE NEWSPAPER OAIT.
I-1IINT8 ON IIOAItO HIS SHIP.
Very few people have had tho good for
tuno to cast their eyes curlosly over a copy
of tho Ocean Qtronicle, or ever knew that
such a paper was published. It Is a six
page paper, 7 by 9 inches Bquar: not very
large, to bo sure, but It Is set In small type,
and what there is in it is very much to th
point, with its threo llttlo columns to the
page, its laconic headlines and its page ot
advertisements which cost nobody any.
The Ocean Chronicle Is published at sea
ou board tho ship Frank Pendleton, by
Capt. E. P. Nichols, tho master of the big
square-rigger. This is all announced In
the headline with the remarks "Terms-,
One Letter," and the half apologetic obser
vation that it is "Printed for pastime ONLY
and sent to friends as a letter, therefore
not open to criticism." Cant. Nichols is a
1 merry old salt who makes long deep water
voyages aud has stowed an ay In his cabin
aft a case of typo and a printing press. In
tho long hours ot dull monotony ho whiles
away tho time by "sticking" type. Liko
tho multifold crow of the Nancy Bell, Capt
Nichols fills all the offices ot a wcll-estab.
llshed newspaper and Is tbo owner, proprle
lor, editor, publisher, reporter, compos!
tor, pressman and deliverer ot tho Ocin
Chronicle. It Is In this unique manner that
everything that happens during the voyago
is faithfully chronicled, from tho slightest
chango in tho ships barometer to tho 1m
portant event In tho llfo of "Dennis," tho
shin's pig, when the latter yielded up his
lite and gave editor-captain his flist taste ot
fresh meat in two months. All this Is put
lu typo as tho voyage progresses, and tho
last holo in tho form is filled when tho port
of destination is sighted by the lookout.
Then Capt. Nichols Inks his rollers, gets
out his press, tolorand addresses his pap
ers and In due tlmo his friends can read ot
all that has happened to tho Frank Pcndlc.
ton aud her jovial master slnco they last
saw him. ,
A l'aiiiil)' IllcHHIiiKr.
Blnunons Liver Regulator, tho favorite
homo remedy, Is entirely vegetable, and Is
purest and best family mcdlcinu that Is
compounded. No error to bo feared In ad.
ministering; no injury from exposure after
taking; no loss of time. It Is the best pre.
ventive medicine and safo to tako no mat
ter what tho sickness may provo to bo, and,
in any ordinary dlseaso will cllect a speedy
To be ArrcHtecl.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Comnanv.
has given orders tor tho arrest and reuort.
Ing ot all employes who become intoxicat
ed. This excellent tendency of tho times
Is welcome. This lias already worked
marvellous imnrovcmunl amonir our rail.
road men, who are generally noted tor their
Htole CoIIcko Commencement.
Tho exercises for the week wcro begun
Sunday, Juno 24, 3 o'clock p, m. Baccal.
aurcato Sermon by the Rov. I), L. Agnew
D. D., of Philadelphia.
Monday, 8 o'clock p. m.1 annual address
beforo tho Young Men's Christian Assocla.
tlon, by tho Kov. J. T. McCrory of Pitts-
Tuesday, 10 o'clock a. ra., examination
of candidates for admission to college, 8
clock p. m., Junior Oratorical Contest.
Tho contestants and their subjects were as
follows! W. B. N. Mawk, "Is llfo worth llv.
Ing?"; J. T. L. Morris, "Breakers Ahead;"
D. Hunter, "Our Nation's Bulwarks;" J,
O. Roop, "Tho Destiny of Labor;" J, B.
Wcllor, "Alcohol In Politics;" A. B. Pat-
tcrson, "Aro we a Christian Nation?"
Rov. J. T. McCrory, Samuel R. Down
ing and II. V. White were appointed
Judges and nwarded tho prlzo to A. B.
Patterson. 9:30 to 11 p. m . Reception .by
Washington Literary Boclcty.
Wednesday, 9:80 o'clock a. ra., artillery
alutc This was-a grand treat, and well
worth a visit to tho Collego. 10 o'clock a'.
annual meeting ot Trustees. Eleven
members wcro present and a largo amount
of business was transacted before the final
idjournmcnt. 12 o'clock m. Alumni Din
ner. This dinner was served by homo tal
ent In tho Collego Armory and. was an ele
gant repast. Toasts wero responded to by
Governor Beaver, Prof. L P. Roberts of
Cornell University, Rev. McCrory and Dr.
Athcrton President of tho college. 3 o'clock
m., meeting of delegates and alumni to
elect Trustees. Cyrus Gordon, Esq. called
tho meeting to order. Hon. John McDow.
ell was chosen chairman and Bamuel R.
Downing and H. V. White Secretaries
Roll call by counties showed' 20 delegates
present. The following delegates from
enna. Stato Agricultural Boclcty: John
McDowell, President; D. W. Seller, Secre-
tary; D. H. Branson, J. J. Nissiep, W. F.
Rutherford, D. J. Waller, Joseph Plolette,
William Taylor, J. B. Doyle, U. C. Dcm-
mlng and J. 8. Wllhclin.
Nominations: Francis Jordan, Gabriel
Uclstcr, Charles W. Roberts, James B.
Doyle, II. C. Detaining, John Kuhn and
George Lander. Cyrus Gordon and Joel
A. Herr tellers reported tbat tbo first four
named had received the highest number of
yotcs and the chair ordered their names,
together with that of Frank Knochc who
was the Alumni choice to be reported to
tho Board ot Trustees for confirmation as
Trustees for three years.
3 o'clock p. m. laying corner stone of
Experiment Station Building. Addresses
were delivered by Governor Beaver, Prof. I
P. Roberts, and Dr. U. P. Armsby, Dl-
rector. 4:30 p. m. exhibition drill of State
College cadets. If tho boys who aro un
decided whero to go to school next term
had seen this exercise and heard tbo award
ing of the Roberts Prizes, which aggregate
$315, they would all havo registered at
State College at once. 8 O'clock p. m. an-
uual address beforo tho alumni by Prof.
, 8. Bolles ot Philadelphia.
Thursday, 0:80 o'clock a. m., graduation
exercises of the class of '88. They consist-
cd of music, theses, orations, essays, con
fcrrlng of degrees, awarding prizes and
was closed by tho commencement address
by Hon. William A. Wallace of Clearfield.
This was a most interesting, Instructive
and entertaininc exercise. Tho product
ions of the class showed plainly the careful
and thorougb training of the school and
told more than could bo expressed In a vol-
me of advertising. If parents having sons
and daughters to educate would but attend
tho Commencement at State College they
woul-1 find it would prove a profitable visit.
The College is prospering beyond the ex
pectations ot tbo most sanguino and the
President's Reception Thursday evening
showed how well the many advantages of
the place wero appreciated by tho students
and proved the high moral and social tone
of thcplace. Catalogues, reports and infor-
mation can bo bad any time by calling on or
addressing the Trustee from our county,
U. V. WUitc, Bloomsbure.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Cistoria.
When Babr wm lick, w tTO her CvtorU.
When she was a Child, the cried (or CutorU,
When she bteuu MUt, she clone to CUtorU,
When she had Chlldrw, she rave them CfcatorU.
Buy Lester's School
Every pair warranted.
Closed Saturdays at I P. M.
wnen you come to the citv
Dear in mind that Wanamaker s
is a meeting and resting and
waiting place as well as the
biggest store in the world.
There are readincr and sittinrr
ana retiring rooms tor you : tele
, ... - - o
phone, telegraph, and mail lactl
ities. Your parcels will be
cared for without charge. We
try to make you welcome wheth
er you care to buy or not.
that there is
,,, .1," -.I c i
weather) thing lor wear or home
t i . ... .
use dui we nave it. it you can
come to the store, write for
whatever you want, samples or
gOOdS. bhopptllg by mail has
come to be simple and certain.
AfM, r i
lew Scratches Ol a pen, and
nil tlif. fTnllitino rsf tUr,
ail Uie lacillties Ol the Store are
Oleanlnir un salo will bctrln at T. w
Hartman & Boos on the 5ih ot (his month.
iiemuauis anu ausuort lengtn goods chean.
VUl.tta , nn . I. II-. v '
I, UIIV ,WJU U14 IUU UPbtJ
Fine Cabinet portraits only
S3, doz. Lifo size Crayons only
$10.00. Viewing, copying and
Tho placo for extra bargains this month
will be at I, W. Hartman & Bona',
J. II. Sleeker has tho Elastic Btaich.
quires no cooking. Call and see.
Fast black hose for ladlci and children
at Bloan'a. it they crock or fade In wash.
Ing, we will lake them back.
I. W. Hartman &Uons cannot name an y
special goods this week, but o Iter atcnt
bargains until repairs begin. (Whlto goods
on tlio list.)
Medium and lightweight underwear for
ladles nnd gentlemen at SLOAN'S. Ladies'
I, W. Hartman & Bons will begin oxtcn
stvo repairs to their storo tho latter part of
July. Now for oxtra bargains in dry goods
of all kinds. (Whlto goo Is on special sale.)
Another hardsomo line of
challlcs received to-day at U.
Call and sec them.
Dou't bo drawn away by any other ad.
vcrtlscmcnt, but slick close to I. W. Hart,
man & Sons' special salo for this month.
Just received a fine lot
lemons at J, II, Blocker's.
of bananas and
THE HOMLIEST MAN m BLOOM8BURQ
as well as tho handsomcst,and others are In
vited to call on any druggist and get tret)
trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the
throat and lungs, a remedy that Is selling;
entirely upon lis merits and is guaranteed
to cure and relievo all chronl and acut
coughs, asthmn, bronchitis and consump
tion. I'rlco ou cents and $1.
SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE
allow a cough to run until It get
beyond tbo reach of medicine. Ther
often say, "Oh, It will wear awa,"
but In most cases it wears them
away. Could they be Induced to try the
successful medicine called Kemp's Balsam,
which we sell on a positive cuaranteo to
cure, they would immediately see the ex
cellent effect after taking the first dose.
Price 50c and $1. Trial size tree. At all
Eczema, Itchy, Houly, Skin
The fltmnln nnnllnnttna nf "Rvivn..
Ointment," without any Internal medicine,
win cure any caso oi leuer, can iiutum,
Ringworm, Piles, Itcb, Bores, Pimples,
Eczema, all Scalv. Itchy Skin Emotions.
no matter how obstinate or long standing.
It Is potent, effective, and costs but a trifle
To PnxsEBVK Natch al Flowkes. Din
the flowers In melted paraffinc, withdraw
Ing them quickly. Tho liquid should be
only just hot enough to maintain Its Hold
ity and tho flowers should bo dipped one
at a time, held by the stocks and moved
about for an Instant to get rid of air bub
bles. Fresh cut flowers, free from moist
ure, make excellent specimens in this way.
It you would preserve your health and in
vigorate your entire system use Perrine'i
Pure Barley Malt Whiskev Vor salebv
C. B. Robblns, Bloomsburg, i a Pcow.
UDEBN VICTORIA 8 CHOWN.
The crown of Queen Victoria consists of
diamonds, pearls, rubles, sapphires and
emeralds, set In silver and gold. Its gross
weiKbt Is a ox 5 dwt. troy. Tho number
of diamonds are 3,352; pearls, 378:
rubles, 9; sappbircB, 17; emeralds, 11. It
is an old saying Uneasy lies the head that
wears a crown. It is uetter to wear the
crown of perfect health and peace of
mind through the. curative effects of Per
rlnc's Puro Barley Mi.lt Whiskev. For
salo by O. B. Robblns, Bloomsburg, Pa.
IMIeHI IMIch! Itcbltiic Pltea.
Symptoms Moisture : Intense itchinir and
stinging ; most at night ; worse by scratch.
ing. ir auoweu to continue tumors rorm,
which often bleed and ulcerate, becoming
very sore. Swayne's Ointment stops tho
Itchlne and blccdinc. heals ulceration, and
in most cases removes tho tumors. At
urueeists. or bv mall, for 50 cents. Dr.
Swaync & Son, Philadelphia. mBy-4.1y,
THE POPULATION OF BLOOMSBURG
Is about fi.OOO. and we would sav at least
onc-balf are troubled with some affection
of the throat and lungs as those complaints
are, according to statistics, more numerous
than others. We would advise all not to
neirlect tho opportunity to call on their
druggist and get a bottle of Kemp's Bal.
sam for the throat and lungs. Price 50c
and SI. Trial size free. Bold by all drug,
Ask For Ayer's
Sarsapartlla, arid be sure you get it,
when you want the beat blood-purifler.
1 With its forty years
OT ot unexampled sue-
cess In the cure ol
Blood DIseaus, you
can .make no mis
take in preferring
to any other. The
fore-runner ot modV
ern blood medicines.
L Ayer's Sarsaparilla
Is still tho moat pop
ular, being In great,
er demand than all
" Ayer's Sarsaparilla is salting faster
than ever betore. I never hesitate to
recommend It." George W. Whitman,
Druggist, Albany, Ind.
"I am safe In savin? tbat mv sales ol
Ayer's Sarsaparilla far exctl those ot
any other, and it gives thorough satlifao-j
tlon." L. II. Bush, Dos Moines, Iowa.
Ayer's Barsanarllla and Ayer's Pills'
ore the best selling medicine in my
store. I can recommend them consclen-'
tiously." O. Blekuaus, Pharmacist,
"We have sold Aver's SarsaTiarllia
here for over thirty years anil always
recommend it when asked ta name tho
best blood-purlner." w. x. aicLau,
Druggist, Augusta, Ohio.
I have sold vour medicines for tha
last seventeen years, and always keep
thorn iu ttoek, as they are staple.
' There Is nothing so good lor tne youth
ful blood' as Ayer's Sarsaparilla."
It. L. Parker, Fox Lake, Wis.
"Aver's Sarsaparilla elves the bast
satisfaction ot any medicine I have la
stock. 1 recommend u, or, as mo
Doctors say, ' I prescribe It over tha
counter,' ft never falls to meet tho
cases for which I recommend It, oven
whero the doctors' proscriptions havo
oeen oi no avail." u. c. uaiuoun,
Or. J. C. Aysr & Co., Lowell, Mais.
Trie 1; tlx boulti, IS. Woitk $t a toltU.
1H HI "HKYN SlON CUUKClIl
AT llUWHSBOBil. (
In tho court ot Common I'leas of Columbia
I county, No. 7 Mar Terra, 18S8.
APPLICATION rOH OKDIR OV 91 LI.
And now Mav Hth. IHrW. (D lnlMl nf th mm.
sums )euuuu ruio is granted upon au concerned
I made, ltetnrnablo at Arguraent court AtgustM,
Nouceottnismieto i puwuneain one
show cause why an ordor of sale Bhall not be
i newspaper oi ti
t tore that time. wm. klwku, p, j,
A dmiohsthatoivs notick.
I or Martin imtentgnt late of rUMnocrttt
Utters of administration cum tcsiamento an.
nexo in said estate having been granted to the
undesigned administrator, all persons Indebted
to said estate are hereby notinedtopay the same,
ana inose naving claims against said estate prca-
ent i lie same to
AtMR. a T. A.
I I'll 0
Wanted at once a responsible
party of good address to
A NEW WORK,
HON, THOS. E. HILL,. Author of
Hill s Manual of social and liuBineeg
Bloomsburg and Colubia County
An excellent opportunity to secure a good
posUlon and MARK AIOINUY. Bales
tan be made on tho Installment
1'lau wheu desired. Address
tor terms and particulars,
DM Hi t t V) . .1. I I II
103 State St., CHICAGO, ILL.
I July 0 4w,