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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
This powder hover vatlcs. A marvel of parity
strength and wholcsornencaa. More economical
than ordinary Kinds, and cannot be sold In compe
tition with the multitude of low testation weight,
alum or phosphate powders. Hold only In cans.
ItUTlb DlilHU 1-UlfUIH VailBt.,n. I
lyrubllnhea every Friday. Subscription price,
Entered at the l'ost omce at BloomBburg, Pa.,
as fcccona class matter, March 1, net).
FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1888.
COBBUT BllLEOiD III! TAM.X.
BIX)OS1811UI10 & SULLIVAN UA1I.110AU
Taking effect WBDNBHDAY, AtJdUSTlst, 188.
STATIONS. T. tt.
llloomsburg........ 8 10
Main street 2 08
Irondale s 04
Paper Milt 1 C2
IJghtstrect. 1 47
urangevllle 1 33
ForkB, 1 It
Tuubs 1 'X
Mill water 1 01
llenton, 1'.' BO
" AI8 10
Kdaons, 12 05
Oolcs Creek, 13 00
Hugarloaf 11 (5
Lauuacha, 11 M
Central. 11 40
Trains on tho 1'. & It. It. It. lcavo ltupert is
7:27 a. m. 11:00 a. m.
3:38 p. m. (sit p. m.
Trains on the D. L. & W. K. It. leavo Bloomsbnri!
7:12 a. m. 8:32 a. m.
11:07 a. m. 12:05 p. m.
2:24 p. m. 4:18 p. m.
C:36 p. m. 8:47 p. m.
Trains on tho N. V. 11. Hallway pass Bloom
rorry as ioiiowb :
-li):4 a. m. 11:44 a. m.
t.so p. m. 4'19 P. m.
10:10 a m 6:39 p m
Fon SAiJt. A desirable and commodious
residence on Main street, supplied with
water, gas and steam. Apply to
1an20tf. L. N. Mover.
Wantiui. 100 bark peelers. Apply to
Thos. Wheeler, at Wilson Colo's above
Central, Columbia county, Pa.
AuaosT 2. The executors of John Fester
deceased und John Ivclchncr deceased, and
others will sell valuable timber laud in
Briurcreek und Fishingcreek township at
1U a. in.
Fon Sai.k. A good lump scat carriage.
imp. Ire of tlcv. ,11. Mallallcu, jsspy, ra.
' Foil Balb. Dirt cheap.my 52 inch Hudgc
bicycle, as good as new, stf pattern.
C. W. Fdnston.
Bloomsburg Pa., Box 875. ,
To Tlie Public.
Wo are manufacturing and have In bond
a pure article of Hye Whiskey one year old,
We use nothing but clean ryo aud double
on a copper nncn, anu it is as pure as me
ryo iiiai grows in me iiciu, anu h any per-
son will find any drugs or adulterations in
it as it leaves our dlstillcry'or salesroom,
wo will give a reward of ono hundred uol
lars. Horn: MoUxsnv & Co.
Benton, Juno 1888, Ow.
Call lor Dcleirnte Election nnd
The Democratic voters Kill meet at the
several places for tho holding ot the Gener
al Election io their respective Districts on
fljturday August 11, 1888 between the hours
of 3 and 7 o'clock p. m. and elect delegates
to be sent to the County Convention nnd
voto instructions for the persons there to ho
nominated, subject to the rules of the
Democratic party ot the county. The Dele
iratcs elected will meet in County Conven
tion nt tho Opera Houso Bloomsburg, Pa
on Tuesday Aug. 14th, 1888 at eleven
o'clock a. m. and place in nomination, one
person for President Judge of this Judicial
District, one person for Member or the U.
B. House of Iteprcsentatlvcs for this Con.
ercssiona! District, two persons for Mem.
bors of House of ltepresentatiyes ot the
State, one person for District Attorney,
one person for Sheriff, ouo person for Jury
Commissioners. And to trausaet such other
business as may properly como before the
J3. M. TKWKSiicnt, Chairman.
Anportlouiurut ot HelciflltcB.
The following apportionment of Dele
cates has been mado by tlio Standing Com
mlttce, in accordance with tho Revised
IIuIcb. viz : Uule 2nd. The representation
of Dlslrict8 In County Convention shall be
in proportion to the Democratic vote of
each, as cast at the most recent election for
Governor, but the whole number of dele
crates shall not exceed elclitv-flve. and no
district shall ho allowed less than two,
more thau.four delegates.
Rule 3d. Delegates shall bo allowed to
districts upon a ratio of sixty votes for a
deleiratc. allowance being made for the
largest fraction of a votei
Districts. Vote for Gov'r. Delegates.
Beaver, 103 8
llenton, 218 4
Berwick, E., 44 2
Berwick, W., 00
Bloom, K., 242 4'
Bloom, W 170 3
Brlarcreek, 120 2
Catawlssa, 272 4 ,
Ocntralia, 207 4
Centre, 140 2
Conyngbam, N., 140 2
Conyngham, B., CO 2
Fishingcreek, 257 4
Franklin, 07 2
Greenwood, 180 " 8
Hemlock, 117 2
Jackeon, 120 2
Locust, 222 4
Jladlsou, 144 2
Main, 110 2
Jlllllln, . 107 8
Montour, , 72 2
Mt. Pleasant, 80 2
Ornngo, 115 2
Pine, S3 2
ltoarlngcrcck, 78 2
Scott, W., 71 2
Bcott.E,, 08 3
Bugarloaf, ICO 3
Total, 4184 75
Wo publish eltew here an advertisement
of "Heln Wanted." We havo examined
tho work therein described and think an
agent should mett with much success wlIU
It. Any ono desiring the agency should
write Bt'once tor terms anil outfit tor can.
M'Killiti Bros, havo cniinilnto-
ly refitted their studio with tho
best find most approved instru
ments ior portnuture, from Jock-
et size up to life bizo, nnd instru
ments especially ndnpted to pho
tographing out door groups and
residences, together with tho lat
est scen effects and accessories.
Babies' pictures par excellence
for which has been added a spec
ial extra rapid Voigtlaonder
Euryscope. Copying, enlarging
and phonographic reproductions
of drawings, patent models and
machinery intelligently execut
ed. Animals photographed by
the Hash light process. Lite
size crayon portraits in gold
frame only $10.
Dcemer HlJlcman of Oil City, preached
In tho Presbyterian Church on Sunday,
Ed. Ilartman returned tho forepart ot the
week from a trip to tho Thousand Islands
Chas. Unangst Esq. of New York city is
visiting Uls parents.
Miss Nora Finney will tench school at
Hcrwick this w'ntcr nnd Miss Mary
unangst at Ituncrt.
Frank C. Poresman of Wllllamsport, was
in town n few hours on business Wednes
Chas. McIIenry, now employed with a
music firm at Scranton, is visiting his par.
ents nt llenton.
Mr. Buckalew spent Saturday and Bun
day in town, returning to Washington on
O. . Meyers, of Chadron, Nebraska,
formerly editor of tho Catawlssa Xmi tern,
Is visiting relatives in the cast. Ho will
spend several weeks in this vicinity.
John Ucacock has been appointed Jus
tice of the Peace ot Benton township by
the Governor, to fill vacancy caused by the
removal of Bruce Carey to Luzerne county,
Judge C. 0. Murphy and family of Cen-
tralla, passed through town on Saturday
on their way to visit Judgo McIIenry at
Stillwater, and to spend a few days at Ua-
Mrs. A. C. Smith of Bcranton, who has
been visiting at Baltimore and Harrisburg
is at present at the residence of her son
Hcrvcy E. Smith and will remain in
Dlosmsburg for some weeks.
A camp of S. of V. has been instituted at
The Berwick P. O. S. of
at Oak Grovo Wednesday.
Tho 'Cold Day" company will open the
season at the Opera House.
The past July was one of the coolest for
slxtj years. Look out for hot weather
Tho order of Knights of Pytldas of Pcnn
sylvania will hold n reunion at Williams'
Grove, Cumberland county, Friday and
Saturday, August 17th and 18th.
Tho primary election of tho Democratic
party in Montour county will bo held Satur
day August 18th between the hours ot
and 0 p. m.
Call at L Bernard's jewelry store, oppo
site Central Hotel, for gold, silver and oth
er styles of ladles and gents watches, also
latest styles of chains, jewelry, &c.
Four months ago Mrs. Philip Wintcrsteen
of Mlfllinvlllc was blind. Dr. Itrown of
iJinomshiirir mrfnrmed an oneratlon
gucce88fUiy tuat sn0 i3 now au;0 to read
and Oo i,er orUloarv work.
Mk. E. Humphrey found a child's coat
at the Lutheran picnic at Central last week,
By calling upon her on Third ttreet, be
tween Centro and Iron, and proving
property, tho coat may be obtained.
Mr. John Herring son of treasure G,
Herring had an operation performed by
Dr. Gardner lasUwcek. Tho flesh of one
leg near tho Instep was separated and the
bone scraped. He Is doing well and will
bo on the streets again in a few weeks.
Mountain Grova carap-mcoUng commenc
ed Wednesday. The president ot the asso
ciation has given notice that the gates will
be dosed on Sunday Aug. Oth and that
neither carriage nor footman can go in or
out of tho grounds.
Thero was the usual largo number in at
tendance at tho colored camp meeting at
ltupert Grovo last Sunday. Excursion
tralLS were run on the P. & It. road to
and from ltupert and the steamer "Hudson
Owen" of Berwick, carried passengers on
There will be au excursion on the I),
S. road on Baturday to Hess' Grove at Cen
tral, by the employes of the School Fum
Ishing Compf ny. The public generally Is
Invited, and largo numbers should go, as
the fare for the round trip in only SO cents,
Tho vicissitudes of climate are trying to
most constitutions, especially to peopr
haying Impure blood. For all such (and
they constitute the, majority), the best safe,
I guard is Ayer'a Sarsapurilln, the use of
rhich cleanses the blood and strengthens
and invigorates tho system.
Tho body of Mrs. Sarah Moore was
brought to this county Tuesday and taken
to White Hail Wednesday for burial. Her
maiden name was Sarah Beaver, daughter
of Hannah Beaver, aud sister of Mrs. E. B,
Gule of Catawlssa.
Tho silk mill Is fast ncaring completion.
It Is now under roof, and the contract has
been awarded for tho engine and boilers,
Messrs B. W. Payne & Sons have the con
tract and expect to have the boiler here by
An effort will bo made to ronrganuo tho
Fish aud Game Protective Association,
There aro large quantities ot bass in Fish
ingcreek, and It Is said that thoy are being
rapidly caught by illegal methods. Watch
men should bo employed, and au example
mado of the first party using seines,
A tine assortment ot finger rings of all
sizes and of elegant design In plain gold
weddijg rings, chased band rings, fancy
rings set with diamonds, pearl, topaz, gar
I net, ruby, tlgor eye, moon stone, opal and
other nrccloiis stones at h. liernuard
Jewelry store, opposite Central Hotel,
A writer In the Philadelphia Ledger has
a cure for insomnia founded on experience,
Spread two or three tcaspoonfuls of honey
on a soda biscuit or piece ot bread and eat
Just beforo going to bed. This continued
for a few weeks every night has effected a
A very ono-sUUtl game of ball took place
at Athletic Park last Saturday afternoon
between Bloomsburg and Northumberland,
In which the latter club was easily shutout
by the home nine, tho score being 10 to 0,
About two hundred spectators wltnersed
tho game, i ho score i
llloomsburg 8 0 3 0 0 3 1 0 x-10
Northumberland 0 0000000 00
Buy Lester's School Shoes.
Every pair warranted.
Wo are requested to announce the name
of George W. Miller ot Brlarcrcok bj can.
dale for tho offlco of Jury Commissioner. ,
air. Miner mu not announco His namo
imniw, ucuuusu no uiougiu mo omco wuuui
be filled by voto of the Convention, as has
been dono previous years. Ills namo will
uo rounu printed upon tho regular ticket.
It will not do for William Krlckbaum to
wait until tho last lssuo of his paper before
tho delegate election, nnd then name his
Informant on tho Judgeship He. Ho has
already had three weeks to namo his man
furnish his proofs, and he cannot do I
cither. However, wo would not bo sur
prised If ho should attempt to put It on liU
opponent U. F, Ztrr at tho last moment,
when too latn to contradict It In tho papers.
That's Lis way.
Wo havo printed tho usual number of
tickets for the delegate election and will
distribute them to members of tho Btaudlng
committee The ticket contains tho names
of all tho candidates as announced through
tho newspapers. Wo havo also printed
tho tally skcets. This ofllce has regularly
printed tho tickets for tho primary election
for tho past thirteen years to tho satisfaction
Tho barn of Judgo 0. B. McIIenry at
Stillwater was struck by lightning last Fri
day afternoon, nnd totally destroyed. The
outbuildings were also btltncd. In the
barn was about GOO bushels of wheat, 200
bushels of rye, 85 tons of hay, harness, etc.
all of winch wero burned. The live stock
was saved except a lot ot chicken's. Tho
loss Is nearly $4,000 with an Insurance of
$1G00. Tho Judgo has tho sympathy of
his many friends in his misfortune.
Wm A. Bobbins, of Urangevllle, died nt
his home in that place last Monday morn.
Ing about two o'clock of an npiplcctlc (11,
at the age of about fifty years. Ho ate
hearty supper the previous evening and
was about the house until nine o'clock
when ho was taken ill. With the assist
ance of neighbors he was gotten to bed,
and remained unconscious until his death
occurred the next morning. Tho funeral
took place Thursday morning at 10 o'clock.
Messrs. Smith and Rlshton, of the Bonita I
Lawn Tennis Club of this place, played
scveral sets with a team picked from the
Sunbury Club, at the latter place last Sat-i
urday. A despatch was sent from Sunbury I time did the thought enter my mind of re
to tho Sunday Press, probably by a member signing In behalf of any one. Having ro
of the Sunbury club, giving only the sets I
In which the Sunbury team had beaten, I
whereas the Bloom boys had beaten tho
largest number ot sets. A very honorable
Several gentlemen wero at the Exchange
Hotel Wednesday of last week who said
they bad leased tho farm ot Dr. Gardner,
and some land adjoining, in all about 225
acres, and propose sinking a shaft at once
tor mining zinc to be shipped to tho Beth-
leliem Zinc WorkB. They have already
tested the product and think it very valu
able. This may be the means of opening
.up other works In the immediate neighbor
hood, a9 considerable zinc lias been dis
covered near Afton.
Here is a provision of the high license
bill not cenerally known: To sell or fur-
nlsh liquors to any person on a pass-book
order on a store, or to receive from any
person any goods, wares, merchandise or
provisions in exchange for liquors, eball be
held and deemed a misdemeanor, and upon
conviction thereof the offender shall be.
fined not less than fifty, nor more than five
hundred dollars, and undergo an Imprison-
meut of not less than twenty, nor more
than ninety days.
A report having been put in circulation
that thero was free beer In the Interest of
Charles G. Barkley at Peter Gross' last Sat
urday night, Mr. Gross requests us to sny
that there was no beer nor any other bever
age furnished by bim in any way, shape or
form, for Mr. Barkley, nor to any one for
him or on his account, cither on Saturday
nWht or any other time, and that neither
Mr. Barkley nor any of his friends have at
any timo ordered or paid for beer or other
beverages to bo given away.
List ot letters remaining In the Post Of
fice at Bloomsburg for week' ending July
Miss Lizzie Dyer (2), Mr. John Tinsman,
Mrs. Alexander Watson.
John E. Bowman.
J. J. llocman. Mr. E. Goss, Mrs. .D. B.
Persons calling for theso letters will
please say "advertised."
Gioitau A. Clakk, P. M,
Hereafter tho watches of tho Pcnnsyl,
vanla Railroad trainmen must bu examined
by a jeweler. If a watch is in good run
ning order tho owner Is given a certificate,
which he must present before he is permit
ted to take a train out The owner ot any
watch that docs not pass muster is compel),
ed to purchase another or leave tho com.
pany's employ. All watches must be in,
spected once n month, for which tho com
pany pays. Thero is a great deal of dis
satisfaction among tho men over tho new
Clarence Aloxander, ancmployoof tho D,
L.& W. R. R. Co., was seriously Injured at
tho depot of that company in this place
Tuesday morning by being caught between
two cars whllo at work thero. ilia arm
was broken and bo received a serious scalp
wound, which it was necessary to sew up,
besides several bruises about bis body.
Dr. Shattuck assisted by E. P. Smith,
a medical student, set tho arm and dressed
his wounds at tho Sanitarium and ho was
sent by tho next train to his home In King
slon. His death has since been reported
Two German physicians havo Invented a
new anfcstbetlc which is called "sulphonal."
A recent test of tt in Now York enables tho
Medical Journal of that city to announce
that It excels all drug hypnotics heretofore
devised In its effects. Theru Is ubsolutly
no after-effect from Its use, und It can bo
administered in any quantity without detrl-
ment to the health. This Is a very Import
ant function of a paln-nllayant. Even with
the most scientific administration tlio uso
ot ether or kindred preparations results
very frequently In sad i.nd fatal accidents,
Wo have received from Siege), Cooper
& Co., State and Adams Streets, Chicago,
111. a copy of a portrait entitled "Demo
cratic Platform and Presidential Nominees."
The picture shows on tho left Cleveland,
on the right Thurman, whllo the centre Is
taken up by tbo Democratic platform.
Washington, tho father of our country.
Jctferson and Jackson the founders ot tho
Dcmocratlo party arc shown In conspicu
ous olaccs. so Is tho American eagle and
. r - ; . . - .
tbo stara of tho original la mates aro not
forgotten. The ensemblo is surrounded by
a wreath with 40 stars, in the centre ot
same Is given tho name and numbr of
electoral votes ot aa otnies wuu names oi
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111 territories anu tuo iiiBinct ui uiuiuuia.
SUo 23 x 38 inches. Pr!ce.60 ceuts Includ-
Ing postage. Addrnss as abovo.
uo you buiut irou. scrmuia, suit rneum,
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.n., i.,mr.i.i Tkn Hnnd'a Snp.no.
v. u,u. " '- 1 '
rina, tuo great uiuuu ,m1,m.-f. ,w uo.es
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A IMcitmmt ICxcnrnloii.
A .,...- V01111L, m(, (rom 11... rjnee
k tbo Pcnnsvlranla canal to
Himimrw lt wk nn 11. mourner. "Hud-
,on Owen" of Uerw ck. Thev started early
jrday mornlo, stohplng at Danville on
tuo way( nn,i . arrived at Sunbury shortly
aflcr noon j)arng tliolr stay in Bunbury
several pleasant trips wero mado over tho
beautiful waters of tho river. They rpent I
tho night at that place, and started for
homo Baturday noon, arriving about eight
o'clock In tho evening. Tlio party consist-
cd of Messrs. Bloan, Funston, Brown,
Smith, ltlshton, Clark, Aurundt, Wirt,
lies, lloono and Elwell. David Hootou
accompanied them to look after tho culinary
department. Tho whole party expressed
themselves as highly delighted with the
A CARD l'UOM JUIMit; I2IVWHI.I.,
While still holding olllclal position I did
not deem It expedient to notice tho pub
lished statement to the effect that thero had
been a scheme on foot to procure the ap
pointment of G. E. Elwell as my successor
by Governor Pattison, but now that I am a
private citizen again after nearly twenty-
six years of public service, I deem it my
duty to retuto tho false allegation, which
has been repeated ngalu and again, not-
dthstandlng the published denial of my
son aud the conclusive certificate of the
Governor. The author or promulgator of
the report, impliedly nt least, charges tnc
with Borne secret nrraugement to rcsizn tho
ofllce of Judgo and procure tho appoint
ment of my son as my successor. The
thought f bo doing never entered my
mind. The subject of ids nppoiulment was
never mentioned by him to me nor by me
to him, nor any oue else. '1 ho allegation
that there was any thing of the kind is
utterly nnlruc, aud Its uujustlllable publl-
cation must have bceu prompted by unpro
Governor Pattlson's term of office expired
in less thau three months after my illucsB
became at all serious. My resignation in
that time had not been contemplated by me,
I received encouragement from medical
advisers as to my ultimate recovery and it
was not until my return from Florida last
Spring, where I had spent the winter seek.
ing health, not pleasure, that I becamo sat-
Isfled that my deftctive hearing required
my retirement from official life. At no
eclved my ofllce from a confiding people I
nevet had any other Intention than to sur-
render it again to them without an express
Ion of preference on my part in regard to
the succession. Any statement or lnslnu
allon to the contrary being wholly without
foundation in tact, I concludo must havo
been prompted by a malevolent disposition,
Bloomsburg August 1, 1888.
Green Goods Swindlers.
The "green goods" swindler Is at present
reaping a rich harvest, particularly in
Pennsylvania. The cntlro State has been
Hooded with circulars of tho most alluring
description, showing how fabulous sums
may be mado by dealing iu counterfeit
money. Nearly every day a fresh victim
comes to light. The police and govern
ment officials have been working hard to
stamp out this species of swindling, but
notwithstanding all their efforts thero are
mora "green goods" swindlers in tho conn
try to-day than has ever beforo been
known. Nearly everybody who reads tho
newspapers is familiar with tho methods
used by the "green goods" man, but there
aro countless thousands who do not read
the papers, and it is upon this class that
the clever swlndltr depends for his victims,
The "green goods" man has a formidable
rival. Ho is called tho "yellow goods"
man and bis modes of catching the unwary
Is precisely the same. The "yellow goods"
mau claims to sell gold coins which aro so
perfect that even tho most expert numis
matist cannot detect them from the genuine
coins of the realm. Of course tho "yellow
goods" man has no such coin, but be dls
plays to his victim a few genuino gold
pieces, and then sells him a package ot
worthless brass metal.
The counterfeit money swindlers aro the
hardest kind of "crooks" to catch. They
cover up their tracks so well mat tney
balllo tho shrewdest government agentt
Wliou they send their alluring circulars out
they always put an address where
'strictly confidential-' may bo sent It Is
safo to say that fully fifty out ot every one
hundred circulars that are sent out by
theso rascals aro promply handed over to
the authorities, yet notwithstanding tho fact
that tho circular bears an address to which
tho authorities frequently send decoy ans
wers tho swindlers invariably cscapo cap
How they escape detection is easily ex
plained; A 'yellow goods" circular, re-
celved by a prosperous farmer in Bucks
county, directed that an answer bo sent to
G. A. Gandy, at a certain address on East
Fortieth street, New York. The farmer,
who reads tho newspapers, lost no time lu
placing tho circular In the hands of a l'os
tal Inspector who went to tho address on
East Fortieth street,
He found that It was an oyster saloon,
kept by a man named Brlggs. He went In,
side and asked for Mr. Gandy and was told
that no such person lived there. The In.
spector asked Briggs if ho knew any one
by the namo of Gandy,
"Thero was a man came In hero a few
days ago who said his namo was Gandy,"
replied tho proprietor, "and asked me to
tako care ot any letters that might como for
him until ho called for them. I don't
know him and 1 never saw him beforo,
My customers frequently request mo to
tako caro ot letters for them, and I havo to
do It as a matter of accommodation."
The Inspector nbtalnod a description of
the man Gandy from Brlggs and watched
the place for over a week, hoping to catc'i
him when he called for his letters, but
Gandy never came. The Inspector soon
realized that the oyster dealer was either
lu league with the swindler or was the
swindler himself, but as thero was not tho
awiniller himself, but as thero was not tho
slightest way of proving this In tho eyes of
tho law he had to abandon tbo caso.
As a last resort decoy letters have been
sent, but they havo met with but littlo sue.
cess. Tbo swindlers receive so many an
swers to their glittering circulars from the
unsophisticated grangers that they uso tbo
greatest discrimination In selecting their
victims. They pay no attention to any
letter that looks at all suspicious, and they
throw away probably about nine-tenths of
the answers received by them.
Dir. Hclillclier WltlnlrawH.
Having been urged by my friends to be.
como a candidate for tbo omco of assenu I
blyman, I consented to announco my namo
i .. : ..... ...a.-,
reconsidering tho matter and llndlng that
I was misinformed as to certain facts, and
uai tuo genera sentiment among tne ue.u-
uiiium u omuu u u.u vujww wicvnmuj,
I In ,1,1a nnltnli, lltnt a! nlnntlni. n man tn
" "-""'ji " "
that ofllco for the second term, when ho
I has hliuielf adhered to that custom, and not
wisuiug io uu ono to urvan mis custom i
I l.n.m MAnnlmldil lt llfl I l it 11. ,1
purely tegeiauio, contains no harmful In.
vasa. and berobv extend thanks to mv
I . . - -
I nmnu Mnmli rn. hf. P tin, Dtnnn.t
1 O. Z, BoiiuonEn.
Dr. W. W. SutlllT, of Ashury, departed
this life on Wednesday ot last week, lie
will not onlv bo missed liv his family but
by all his neighbors and many friends, no
was 49 years, 9 months nnd 23 days old
being born Sept, 80, 1833, nnd died July
SB, 1888. Ho leaves a widow and one son
to mourn his loss. Tho Doctor had every
thing around him to mako homo ilcslrablo
In life, lie had three largo German carp
ponds, well filled with fish. He was a mem
bcr of tho Baptist church. Tho funeral scr
vices were conducted by tho Ilov. Galoway
of llloomsburg, assisted by tho Hov. Horn
ng of Orangevllle, the M. E. minister
The funeral was largely attended. He was
a member of 1. O. 0. F. Mountain Lodge
No. 204 which attended and took part in
the services. Tho widow nnd son havo the
smypathy ot tho order.
Ell Hobblns' wifo and Mrs. B. B. Stoker
Were In our townson Monday on their way
to Sunbury, Pa., to visit D. D. Evcland
and others at ttiat place. Mr. Evcland is a
son-in-law ot Mr. Hobblns.
The story of a pretty littlo romance
comoi to us that for relief from the ordin
ary run of lovo nffairs and saccharlno cor
rcspondcncc connected therewith, takes
the prize. The gentleman connected with
tho affair Is Elmer llcitmcycr of Lcwlshurg,
and well known by tho young pcoplo ot
this place, having clerked at the Broadway
tlouse some lime ago. Tho story goes in
this style: Elmer was In love with a Chi
cago girl, and they "corresponded." But
the lovo makiug slopped many months
ago because the young man did not receive
an answer to his "last letter." Ho was
too high strung to ask an explanation,
Last week ho received tho answer to his
last letter, and a note of explanation accom
panlcd it. A commercial traveler, while
ridins on a Malno railroad, purchased a
magazine published in Chicago, and be
tween tho pages he discovered tho letter
addressed to Itcilmcycr. It was sewed
fast. It had a stamp upon it but no post
mark. Tho drummer was mystified and
upon reflection sent on tho letter as direct
ed. It seems that tho young woman work
cd In a bindery and that she had placed
the letter between the pages for safo keep
ing. Forgetting that she had not matlid It
she concluded that her lover had left her.
The correspondence has been resumed.
Mr. llcitmcycr, the hero of the above af
fair, resided for some time at this place as
clerk at the St. Elmo, nod made many
friends while here.
Charley Davidson, tho Cambra huckster
who loBt bis team n few weeks ago at Kings
ton by fire through tho burning of a hotel
stabler has bought another Of Alf McIIenry
and Is again at his business. Charley ha?
lost three horses within a year. Huckster
ing must bo a profitable business or such
losses would put a man under.
A party from this neighborhood, notab
ly old people, consisting of tho families of
John Asbclman, Wm. 11. Krickbaum
Judgo Krickbaum and nieces, Cornelius
Wblto and probably Revs. Boone nnd Mc
Closkcy, sought a mountain resort at or
near Kitchen's creek last Saturday. Old
people enjoy mountain retreats as well as
Oats harvest is tho next performance on
the farmers' programme of this season's
Reading the controversy in regard to the
Judgeship" between the Coi.umhian nnd
the Sentinel, Mrs. Splnnogle queried wheth
er the "fabrication, manufactured out of
the whole cloth," were jhnddy, or tho re
sult of high protection, or tariff reform.
After a moment's reflection Mr. Splnnogle
Tho salo of personal property ,',last Thurs
day, by the administrators in the cstato of
William Belles, deceased, ot New Colum
bus, was largely attended and footed up
Last Thursday wo met for the first time
J. Jameson, son-in-law ol Hon. D. L.
Cbapln of New Columbus, whom we fouud
a brilliant politician, apt of illustrations In
favor of tariff reform. Some interesting
articles from bis pen have appeared in tho
Look out l'or Tliciu.
Many schemes aro ou foot to rob unsus
pecting farmers. Tho last one comes from
Western Pennsylvania. Henry Scbmautz
lives on a farm in Moon township, Beaver
county, and is out $237. The other day
two men stopped at Ms houso and told him
they would like to test his lightning rod.
He permitted them to do so, and they pro
nounced It "no good." They said they
wanted to advertise their rod in that sect
ion and would put ono up tor him free of
chargo If ho would pay for tho post which
went into the ground
He agiecd aud
signed what ho supposed to be an agree,
ment to that effect. Next morning bright
and early the men were on hand, tore
down the old rod and put up a new one.
Now ho discovers very unpleasantly that
he had signed a note for $337 and tho vist
tors had discounted it at a bank,
Tho State Normal School of this district
nt Bloomsburg wilt examine candidates for
the Senior class, August 14, 1888. Tho
Fall term will begin August 28, Tuesday,
Attention is especially invited to the re.
ductlou in rates. Tuition in tho Normal
course is almost free und the expense of
hoarding is very small.
A specialist In tho Naturul Sciences,
Prof. II. E. Chapln, will succeed I'rof.
Fcrreo. All our Seniors and Juniors were
approved by tuo Btato Examiners, although
they were tho largest number oyer present
ed by us, aggregating over one hundred.
rull professional standing Is conferred
by the dlploiaa. Many studcuts are pre
pared for college. For catalogue uddress,
Rev. D. J. Wai.lkk Ji:.,
lcliiiHlvillUll Day I'OHtpnliccl.
Pennsylvania Day at Gettysburg battle
flel11 which was to have been on October
3, has been postponed by Governor Heaver
until somo timo lu May, 1880. Tho Gov
ernor will ask tho legislature at Its rcxt
session to mako an appropriation to defray
the expenses of tho occasion, and the dif
ferent regiments that have already mudo
preparations to decorato their monuments
on October 3rd will carry out the pro-
Important to Cuh(uiIch ami juh-
All constables and Justices who buy fifty
cents worth of blanks nt this cilice will bo
presented, free of chargo with a "Fee 1)1U'
containing tho fees of Justices and Con-
stables, as lately revised. Wo have on
"i 3 ""
hand all kinds of blanks, printed In tho
bc8t t ,0 am, so,(, M . cs
elsewhere. If you can not call iu person
Ju8t d . . .
an nig y0n may desire
Aycr's Acne Curo never falls to nHimi.
Uo tho poisons of malaria, and eradicate
them from tho system. This nrenaratlon is
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m,nnn.. ,i tt ..
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recuons, is warrantee, to curo fever and
Letter Ircmi the tsciicrnt.
Eimtoii op Comjmiiun t
1 Ic am that certain persons i.ro reporting
throughout tho county that 1 nm running
ior oinco in mo inu res 01 omcr ranciiiiaici,
Let mo nssuro tho people, by aid ot your
valuable paper, that tho report Is untrue,
nnd I bcllovo Is circulated for tlio purporc
ot Injuring mo and helping some pet candi
date. 1 nm playing for keeps this lime,
with fair prospect of winning. Let mo say
to tho voters, voto for the man you are sat
isfied Is tho best flttcd to fill the office
aspired to, and who 111 work for tho best
Interest and goad of the people. And In
making up your minds, other things being
equal, determine to not voto for candidates
who havo been honored with two or moro
terms of paying ofH'-c, nnd who havo be
come rich at the expense of tho public)
and don't forget that Blo.imsburgcrs now
hold six gonl paying county offices, with
certainty of getting the Dlst Atty. and
Judgeship a well salaried ofllco for about
every fifty voters. It strikes mo that the
8500 voters who live In tho county outside
of Bloomsburg are entitled to some share
In serving tho people when they wish to.
Bloomsburg alwnys votes for Bloomsburg-
crs nnd there Is a scheme now on foot to
elect both Krickbaum and Zarr, who aro
next door neighbors and representatives of
tho two "Boss cliques." Pcoplo who live
on tho "bouIIi side," should recollect that
If Ihey voto for.Zarr or Krickbaum tlicy hiu
a great risk of having their own candidates
beaten. Thero is no law, only log rolling
custom, that gives ono representative to
each side of the river. Let the people who
live in the villages and on farms mako up
their mind ail of it to vote only for candi
dates who live out ot Bloomsburg and they
will soon break up tho pernicious "Boss
cliques" at tho county scat. Another batch
of reports has just reached me.
Fiiist. "That I was too anxious for of
fice as shown by announcing myself early.'1
Well, I have head ot men being left be.
cause of starting too late.
Second. "That If elected I would drink
and show my Ignorance and disgrace the
county." True, I do not know as much
about law making as Cleveland, but 1 have
1 ..nnvn Mn L- t XT..1 .1...
senate, besides 1 can repeat tho multiplier
tlon tabkj, Lord's Prayer and tho Ton Com
mandmentB. As to drinking, I think it
well established that my opponents have a
much greater experience and more intimate
acquaintance with drinks whoso names end
In R-Y-E than I.
Tiinm. "That I am poor." True again,
but that used to be "high, low, jack, game
and mm" in tho days of our grandfathers,
True, I can neither buy votes directly, leave
big money for dinners, whiskey or cigars.
b cause 1 havo not held county ofllco two
terms, but I can treat nil aud send my
photograph at the end of the term.
Fourth. "That I don't call around,
shake bands, praise wives, babies, farm
i . , r .. . t . , .. . 1
and stock &c" May bo I think tho less 1
you seo me tho better you will llko me.
Firm "That I am not a Lutheran or
Roman Catholic." Truo again, but my
father was a Quaker and my mother is a
baptized Methodist. So, p ease, you cab
all vote for mo. I
Sixth, "That my war record is not good
because I was not drafted and do not draw
a pension," I urn not one of those dratted 1
warriors wiio put down the rebellion alone,
or who make the earth wobble every t me
ilinv elnn anil tlm I ma mnir nnmn W? linn I
they step, and tho
time may curae wueu
you. will be thankful you are not taxed to
pension everybody, whether they desire It
Seventh. "That I am a teacher and'Iaw
ycr." les I have held a teachers' license,
and have taught in nil grades of schools,
ever since the Bupcrintcndcncy has been In
force, and I read law with Mr. Clark, some
tour years and have been admitted to prac
tlce In several Supreme State courts nnd
tho U. 8. court, and am supposed to know
something about tho Constitution of the
State, at least enough to not voto for un-
constitutional bills, unless i thought the
Governor wanted veto work to do ; but
Mr. Zarr Is a lawyer and Krickbaum has
hung around court enough to become
"tarred with tho same stick" if he had
tended to his business nnd let politics nlont,
Eioimi. "That I cannot get votes
euougu to uo nominaicu. ' now uo tuey
anow, unless votes uavo oeen uuiawiuuy
hnn.ht nnd rmbl fnr n,l r 1, ,1-linr.
bought and paid for, and arc to bo deliver-
cd according to contract 1 Better wait un
til tho chickens aro hatched beforo counting
tbemWierman eggs sometimes.
Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh. Are big lies,
so I will let them lie still.
July 30, 1838. 0. M. Blakeb.
Don't l'all to Decorate.
Grand Army Day is now only a littlo over
a month distant, September Gth being the
dato for that event and nctlvo preparations
will soon bo making for the celebration of
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n uuj in n iuujjci iuuuuci. as wu nave
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ceieiiration or mo rounu ot juiy at
mis place for many years, nnd wo now
have in prospect a big day here, It should
be made a grand event, und no pains should
bo spared by anybody In Bloomsburg to
make it so. Ent Post, 250 G. A. It. asks
tho assistance of tho people ot this town
and they should havo It. Don't fall to
decorato your house on that day.
The WIIUcHhnrre & WeHlern U.K.
It Is now definitely concluded that befoio
January 1 next cara will run through to
Shlcksbinny over this road. The right of
way bus been secured and work will com.
menco at once and when completed tho
coal and freight truffle that will go west
over this route from tho Wyoming coal
nhU will make the road a profitable one to
Its stockholders. Ke.
Law HooUh Tor Sale.
The following books, being duplicates,
will bu sold reasonably! 1 vol. each Pamph
let Laws 1808, 1873, 1874, 3 vols. 1870, 1
vol. each ot 1870, 1831, 1883. 1885, 1887.
4 vols. County Court Reports, (2 bound);
vols. Supreme Court Digest s vol 3
Ilrlghtly's Digest j vol. 107 Pa. St. Rep.
lumilru ot Geo, E. Elwell, llloomsburg. 31.
Htoiiecl iiIh Paper,
A man over lu Cattnragus county, New
York, writes to tho secretary of his County
Fair Association as follows i "Please offer
a premium for the biggest tool In the
country. I stopped my county paper, and
three weeks later n traveling swindler done
mo up for $80 in good money. I renewed
my subscription and secured all tho buck
numbers, and by tho beard ot the prophet,
the very tlrst lssuo after I had emit taking
the inner contained a full exnoaure of the
same trick that got away with me. I want
to hire n dozen able men to kick mo all
around my now barn."
IbeM, E. church ut llnckhorn having
been repainted and.papercd and otherwise
impmved, will be rcoiuncd on Sunday
morning Aug. 13 at ten o'clock. B. M.
trout, D, I) , of llloomsburg and a number
ot other ministers will be present.
W. A. Lki'i.ky, Pastor.
Tim .ii..Mi tiMr-t. n... ..i n
. .'":.n. yum.
- I ed Willi Mr. K)il!.lim'a tinmn .... A
I ' '"' " mmuiu uii, aD
has withdrawn, voters should ukn t
It has been suggested by some of tho
town physicians that tho most singular
thing about the success ot tho "fakirs"
who humbug the public with electric belts,
Indian medicine, etc., Is tho fact that suck
ers who tako the bait and spend their mon
ey, aro tho very fellows who enjoy long
continued professional services which they
are always too poor to pay (or.IieicU-
The citizens ot our county should not
forget their duty at tho primary election.
All are interested In having good order,
pcaco and quiet In tho community, and he
who has a rleht to voto at tho delegate
election has a duty to perform, In voting.
which ho ennnot afford to neglect In ad
dition to tlio usual offices to bo filled, we
havo this year tho Important ofllce of Presi
dent Judge, and that this ofllco should be
will and fairly filled Is of tho greatest tin.
portanco. It occupant effects every per.
son and every object, for good or evil.
Mrs. Mary P. Scott died nt tho homo of
her son-in-law, Dr. I. W. Wllllts, on Mar
ket street early Inst Saturday morning at
tho ago of nearly seventy years. She had
been an invalid for tho past thirty years,
but was apparently as well as usual on Fri
day evening. She was taken ill about four
o'clock Saturday morning and called the
doctor, but live minutes afterwards sbo
was dead. Tiic causo of her death was
heart trouble. Mrs. Scott was tho widow
of the late Hon. George Scott and daughter
of Mrs. Catharino Paxton, who die! re
cently nt ltupert, at the age of about one
hundred years. Mrs. Dr. Willits Is the
only surviving child. Funeral services
were held at the house Tuesday morning nt
0 o'clock conducted by Itev. Dr. Mitchell
and the remains were taken to Catawlssa
Twenty-five cents a day purchases
$3,000 policy In Tho Travelers, of Hartford,
which Is payable in event ot death by ac
cident, with $15 weekly indemnity for
wholly disabling Injury. J. H. Maize,
agent, second floor Colcumax building
Buy Lester's School Shoes
-Very pair Warranted
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby u tick, we .are her Caitorla.
When she wm a Child, she cried for Cutorla,
When she became Mls, the clung to OMtorla,
When the had Children, the gTe them CMtorU.
Closed Saturdays at i P. M.
Wl,0 ,, . tl.
yuu iuuit: wj liiu city
1 ;j t -iir i
",aL ,lv "iaiuaKci
meeting anu resting ana
waiting place as well as the
bitrfrest Store ill the world
There are reading and sitting
j ... c . ,
a 1 ' eur"S rooms Ior, Yu f ele-
pnone, teiCgrapfl, ana mail lacil-
lties. Your parcels will be
cared for Without chartre We
try tQ make VOU Welcome whetll-
. , .
FLO OK SPACE
1 I 1
You know that there is
wortny not weatfier (or any
weather) thine for wear or home
use but we have it. If you can't
come to the store, write for
whatever you want, samples or
poods, bhoppine bv mail lias
come to be s,mple ancl Certain
i a r, .i r i
A feW SCHltclieS Of a pen, and
an tne .acuities ol tne store are
11.1 - M".
Fine Cabinet portraits only
$3. uoz. Life size Crayons only
i . . t; ... : j
i aiu.uu. v icwiiitr. euuviue tmu
I " . . .-' " I
enlarging. Instant process
Fob Rent. Two desirable dwelllni
houses on First street near Market Ai
modern Improvements. Apply to Z. 8.
L W. Hartman & Sons havo a big sale
of remnants on Friday and caturuay.
A full lino ot lisle cloves and silk mlts at
It. w. Sloan's.
Summer dress cnorii and narnsols re
duccii iu price at I, Y. tlarlmnn & ttou'ii.
A few moro styles of chullio left. Call
and examine beforo purchasing elsewl.t n .
tl, W. bloan.
A good njsorlment vet
of satsens at I
W. llaitinan & Sous.
Big reductions in French and American
Battens at 11. W. Sloan's.
The place for chenn white nnd fancv
-lt-1 i T ,r if.... a. .,
uisueii is ut i, v. unriman oons.
lo 1'iiESEitvB Natural Flowkus flip
tho llowers lu melted parafUue. withdraw.
ng mem quickly, i no iKiii a sbou d be
only lust but enoimh to maintain its lluid.
Ily nnd tho llowers should bo dipped one
nt a time, held by tho stocks aud moved
aiiout ior an lnstunt to get rid of air bub-
nics. r rcsu cut llowers, frou from inuUl-
u re, matte excellent specimens In this way.
If you would preserve vour health and In.
vlgorulu your entire system use Perrlnc'
ruro uariey ilnll wu skev. v0r sa e bv
M I) 1 1 1. 1 I.. - in i '
J. 11. JIUUUIUB, uiuuiusuug, i n I COW,
THE HOMLIEST MAN in IlLOOMSHITltfl
as well nstbohandsnmeEt.nnd others are In.
viteu to call on any druggist and get trcr a
trial bolllu of Kemp's llalsam tor the
luiiiui uu,i mup, n reuiuti mat is selling
entirely upon its merits and Is guarantied
to cure and relieve all cliroulc and acute
cougns, asuima, bronchitis aua cousumn-
Itrtn D.I..-, ftn .. A.
nun. a ui-u uv wins mm r-i.
ltczeiiia, Itcliy, Hcaly, HUln
Tho simple aim cation of "S
uiniuicui, witiiout any iniornai meiiiclno
will curo any caso of Tutter, Salt Rhtum
Kingworm, riles, Itch, Sores, Pimples,
Eczema, all Bcaly, Itchy Skin Eruptions,
iiu uiuiier now iiustinaiu ar long standing.
it io puteut, eiieruvf, anu corns uiu atrllle
THE POPULATION OF Hl.OOMSUt)H(l
is about ,1,000, and we would say at least
one.balf Bro troubled with some affection
oi tuo inroui anil niiitra astnosu coinn n Inn
uiv, according to statistics, moro numerous
than others. We would advlsn all not to
n.,i..i n ,7.
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I liruumst B11U Get a UnillQ Or Knmn'a llal.
8ttm i"r lu" J"?1 ?ml lllnK.: Prlco 60c
ami i. -.rial size iree. Hold by all drug.
BOMK FOOLISH PEOPLE
allow n cough to run until It gels
beyond the reach of medicine, 'liiey
often say, "Oh, It will wear away,"
but In most rases it wears mem
away. Could thoy bo induced to try the
succesKful medicine called Kemp's Balsam,
wliK li wn sell on a positive guarantee to
cure, they would Immediately sco tlx ex.
cellcnt flfict nfler taking the first dose.
Price COc. and $1. Trial size tree, ai bu
umM viirrolHA I CROWN.
Tho crown of Queen Victoria consists of
diamonds, pearls, rubles, sapphires and
emeralds, set In silver and gold. Its gross
weight 18 oil or juwuirny. mo numucr
of diamonds aro 8,852; pearls, 27d;
rubles, 0; sapphires, 17; emeralds, 11. II
Is an old saying Uneasy lies tho head that
wears a crown, n is ocucr to wear mu
crown of perfect iicaitn and peace oi
mind through the curative cilceU of 1'cr
rlnn'a l'uro Barlcv Mt.lt Whiskey. For
salo by C. B. Bobbins, Bloomsburg, ra.
I'llCBl fllCMl ItClltllK lllcn.
Btmitoms Moisture : Intense Itching and
stinging; most at night; worse by scratch.
ing. II allowed to continue tumors ioru,
which often bleed and ulcerate, becoming
very sore. Bwayne's Ointment stops tho
Itching and bleeding, heals ulceration, and
in most cases removes the tumors. At
druggists, or by mail, for GO cents. Dr.
Swayne & Son, Philadelphia. raay-4.1y.
Real JO state !
Tho undersigned oxecutor ot tho cstato ot Dan-
lei Force will Kll on the prcmlaca on
SATURDAY, AUG. 25lli, 1888,
at 1 o'clock p. m., the following real cstato sltuatn
In Fishingcreek township, Columbia county, I'a.,
bounded and described as follows, to wit: North-
wardlr by lands ot Martin Albcrtson and Joslah
Coleman, east wardlr Djr land ot William llulme
and Hiram Kama, southwardly by lands ot Tho-
maa J. Coleman and westwardly by lands ot Dr.
John Chapln, containing about T9 acres ot land,
more or less, whereon Is erected a two story plank
house, bank barn and out-bulldlng, wagon abed
c Good trait on the premises, never falling
spring at the door and land In good state ot culti
vation. The property Is within l)i miles ot Still
water station ot tho II. ; M. It. It.
TEHMS OF SALE. Ten per cent ot one-fourth
ot the purchase money to bo paid at the striking
down ot the property; the one-fourth less the tea
per cent, at the confirmation absolute, and tho re
maining three-fourths In one ) car thereafter with
Interest from confirmation nisi.
ISAAC A. DEWiTT, Executor,
The understsned. auditor appointed by tho Or
phans' court ot Columbia county to mako distri
bution of the funds In the hands of the adminis
trator, will meet at tho ofllce of C. E. tieyer Kiq
atcalawlvia, Tuesday September 4tn, atOo'clocK
a. m. io pef lorni mo unties ot 1113 appointment,
when and w hem all persons Interested must ap
pear and prove their claims, or be forever debarred
from coming in on said fund.
V. r. lilLLMBYElt,
Aug. 3 '88 Auditor.
A thoroutrhlr-cnutDDCd Classical and Hclentina
School for both sexes. 15 Teachers. Degrees con
ferred. Eclectlve Btudles when desired, llaro
facilities In Muslo and Art. llulldlngs spacious.
Steam, water, ventilation, Drc-escapca, 1183 per
year for board, washlne. heat, light and room.
Tuition according to studies. Discounts to preach
ers, teachers and two from the sumo family. Fall
term opens sept. 3. Catalogue free. K. J. GRAY,
aug 3-4 w.
in re esuiie oj a (Kf i Mann laie or iseaver uncnamii
letters testamentary on said estate having been
granted to the undersigned executors an persona
Indebted to said estate are hereby nottlled to pay
tlio came, and those bavins: claims airalnst said
estate to present the same to
JACOB BAKE11. J "OCUtOra.
Mountain Grove r, O., Luz. Co., Fa.
Littles atty. Julys
Mime oj siary . uamxan aeceasea.
The underttened. an auditor appointed br tho .
Ol IHlttBO OMII V Ut - -- ' -
trlbutlon of the fund In the hands ot tho Execu
tors of said estate, as shown by their first and
partlnl account, to and among the pirtlea entitled
therrto, will attend to tho duties ot hla appoint
ment at his offlco in the Town of Bloomsburg, on
Saturday, the Slst day of July next at iu o ciock
In the ion noon, when and where all parti's In
terested ar requested to present their elalma bo.
roro mm. or oe lorever ueuajrcu irum v iiuuk
upon uxia runa. . u. r u?iu.
uuuuuiuinoa, an auuiwi.
A DMINISTRATOR'B NOITCK.
Estate cf Sarah Quick, aeceaM-a.'.of Bloomsburg.
tetters of administration on the said estate hav.
ing been granted to the undersigned administrator
I nHtiPrsnno inrifhtpri t.n Rftlrt rKtato are herebr no
WM. CHUISMAN, Admr.
"ORDINANCE NO 39.
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 5.
Be It ordained and enacted by the town council
ot the town of Bloomsburg, and It la hereby enact
ed by the authority ot the same.
bkction 1st. Tuat ncreaiier eacii ana every per
son v llh wagons sleds or other vehicles contain
ing articles tor murKei snail oc requirea auung
market hours, to back up to the pavements on
Marker r-quarc in sucu manner as not to oosiruct.
tte crossings nor traveling In tho street. And
even perron found violating the provisions of this
section shall, on conviction forfeit and pay a tine
of one dollar tor each and every offense. Provided,
that In the event ot a greater number ot vehlclca
attending marxet at any time, man can ro taus
placed upon Market Sauaro they shall be placed
next adjoining Market Square at the pavement on
either side of Market street, southward from the
' hkction 2nd. Art. 4 ot ordinance No. 8 for the
establishment of a curb-stone market, is hereby
Attest, i lestuent tiwd ivuncu,
T. 8. IiAltMiN.
rosbeu juiy Dtu,
I r.i . vvi.lnn
ihe undersltrned. Treasurer of the Town of
Illoomsbunr, hereby gives notice that, t- r thirty
days from date, he will be prepared to receive the
1oN TAXES, assessed and ascertained for tho
year 1H, at his omco in said town In the store of
J. 1). Wilson. Mines' Ulock, Main street, which
taxes all tax-payers are hereby required to pay.
Any tnxes unpaid after SATURDAY, Alio. 18, Ism,
Bhalllxs paid with me per centum upon tho
amount added thereto.
J. S. WILSON.
July 19, 188. Town Treasurer.
Blood Diseases aro cured by
tho persevering use of Ayer'a
This medicine Is an Alterative, and
causes a radical chango In the system.
Tho process, In somo cases, may not be
qulto so rapid as in others ; but, with
persistence, the result Is certain.
Read these testimonials :
"For two yeara I suffered from ase
vero pain in my rleht side, and had
other troubles caused by a torpid liver
After giving several
medicines a fair trial without a cure, I
began to take Ayer'a Earsanarllla. I
was trreatlv benefited bv the flrat Imttia.
and after taking five bottles 1 was com
pletely cured." John W. Ilenson, 70
Lawrence St., Lowell, Moss.
Lost May a largo carbuncle broke out
on my arm. The usual remedies bad no
effect and I was confined to my bed for
eight weeks. A friend induced me to try
Ayer'a Sarsaparllla. Less than thrco
bottles healed tho soro. Iu all my expe
rience with modlclno, I never saw mora
Another marked effect ot tho use ot this
medicine was tho strengthening of my
Bight." Mrs. Carrlo Adams, Holly
" I had a dry scaly humor for years,
and suffered terribly j and, as my tirutb
cr and sister wero similarly atlllcted, I
presumo tbo malady la hereditary. Last
winter, Dr. Tyrou; (of Feruandina,
Via., ) recommended mo to take Ayer'a
Barsaparilla, and contluue it for a year,
l-or live months I took it dally. I havo
not had a blemish upon my body for the
last three months." T, K. W Hey, 110
Chambers it., New York City,
" Last fall and winter I was troubled
with a dull, heavy pain In my side. I
did not notice it much at tlrst, but It
gradually grow worso until It became
ulmoet unbearable. During tho latter
part ot this time, disorders of the atom
itch aud liver Increased my troubles, 1
began taking Ayer'a Barsaparilla, and,
utter faithfully continuing the use of
till medicine, for aomo mouths, tho pain
disappeared and I was completely
cured," Mrs. Augusta A. Furbusb,
Dr. J, O. Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mais,
fries It ! til bottlM, ti. Vorlh ) a toul.