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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBTJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. 1
This powder novet vatlcs. A marvel ot parity
strength and wholcsomcncss. Mora economical
than ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold In compe
tition with tho multitude ot low test,sbort weight,
alum or phosphate powders. Bold only In cans.
H0TAL 1UI1NO l'OWDUR CO,. VallHt.,N. Y.
UTubllshed every Friday. Subscription price,
Entered at tho Tost oraco at Bloomsburg, Tic,
as second class matter, March 1, ltss.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1888.
CORR1.CT B1ILIMMD T1I TiDLE,
BLOOMSBUUU & EULUVAN HAlLItOAD
Taking effect WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 1st, 1838.
Ar. Ar. Ar. Lv. Lv. Lv.
STATIONS, r. h. r. si. a.m. a. u. r. u. a. u.
Bloomsburg........ 7 31 2.18 800 900(140 800
Main street 7 so 2 00 7 to vuosi os
Irondale 1 18 2 04 7 48 9 13 A 61 6 09
Paper Mill 7 11 1 62 7 89 9 23 T 01 6 15
Ltlfhtstreet. 7 08 1 47 7 85 9 80 7 08 8 18
OrangOVlUe ft 55 1 33.7 S3 9 W T S0 8 27
Korks, 6 45 1 14 7 13 10 01 7 34 S7
TUbbs . 8 41 1 08 7 08 10 07 7 8S 6 41
Htlllwatcr 6 88 1 01 7 03 10 15 7 41 8 43
Benton 8 18 12 50 8 M 10 30 7 M 6 54
A 12 10 LU 00
BdSOns, 8 !5 12 05 8 49 11 05 7 C8 8 57
coles Creek 8 24 12 00 6 45 11 10 8 00 7 00
Buearioat,... 8 10 11 63 8 40 11 15 8 05 7 03
Laubacbi 8 17 11 50 87 11 20 8 09 7 05
central... '0 11 40 0 80 11 30 8 10 7 12
Lt. Lt. Lt. Ar. Ar. Ar
r. X. A. M. A. M. A. M. A. M. A. H.
Trains on tho r.
t OllOWB !
7:27 a. m.
3:88 p. m.
& It. 11. It. le&TO liupert as
11:00 a, m.
e:ol p. m.
Trains on tho D. L. & W. lt. It. leave Bloomsburg
7:19 a. m. 8:32 a. m.
10:57 a. m. 12:08 p. m.
'8:24 p. m. 4:18 p. m.
8:88 p. m. 8:47 p. m.
Trains on tho N.fiW. 11. ltatlwaypass Bloom
rorry as ioiiows :
10:46 a. m. 11:48 a. m.
t.98 p. m. 419 p. m.
10:16 am 6:39 pm
S23. oo Reward
Will bo paid for Information leading to
.nnvlrtlnn o' anv ncrson or persons Ilsblnc
with gill nets, Bcincs, explosives, poisonous
balls or uy any oiucr uniawiui uiuuun m
any of tho waters of Columbia county.
CoLtJMniA County Gamis and Fish Abso.
Bug. 24-3 m.
Round oanvab tent for balk. Good as
new, 40 feet In diameter, for $75 cash.
L. II. IIowu,
2t Mauch Chunk, Pa.
Foil Baijj. A desirable and commodious
residence on Main street, supplied wttn
water, gas and steam. Apply '
Foit Balk. A special "Pony Btor"
bicycle, latest pattern, In first-class order,
bos 'not been run ovor 50 miles.
Bloomsburg, Pa. aug-24.
Wantbd. 100 bushel of pears, also 60
bushels of grapes for which the highest
cash prico will bo paid, U. M. liaKcr agent,
Lost. A pocket book containing $37.00
In bills, and a check on tho First National
Bank of Blootnsburg was lost on Mala St.,
lllnnmnliuri? on Thursday Sent. 0. Tho
finder will be suitably rowarded by return-
i 1 f m Kbh T. 1 1 n TTnt
lDg 11 lu ill IB ouiuu, ur W ililO. iUit "
mun, near Orangcvllle.
BLOOMSnUBO VS FHEKLAKD AT ATHLKT10 1'ARK
ON QI1ANO AltMY DAY.
Two games of baso ball were played at
Athletic Park on Grand Army day, between
tho homo nlno and Frcoland, ono at 10
o'clock a. m. and tho other at 4 p. m. and
their results were of a very different char,
Tho morning game resulted in tho com.
pleto defeat of Frcciand by a score of 10 to
1, and thoso who went to the park in the
afternoon of courso expected to sco tho
visitors again beaten, but to tho surprise of
everybody the score at the end ot the 8th
inning stood 120 In favor of Frecland.
Hayes being unablo to pitch on account
of a sore arm, Uoffocr pitched tho morning
gamo and Heist, who Is somewhat .out of
practice; tho afternoon game; the defeat of
tho homo nlno In the afternoon, however,
waB not owing to his pitching.
The score by Innings Is as follows;
Bloomsburg 0150801 10
Frecland 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Bloomsburg 20051100 0
Frcciand 10300300 18
Only soven Innings wero played in the
morning and eight in tho afternoon.
Tho crowd of spectators at both games
was of fair size and over ouo hundred dol
lars was taken in during tho day.
How tlio fatattcl Anuy Gruws,
The growth of the Grand Army of the
Hepubllo during tho past ten years has
been without preccdeut. Tho following
figures will glvo an Idea of Its prosperity
In 1878 there were only 150 posts and 18,
844 comrades; in 1887, 601 posts and CO,
038 comrades. The number of posta by
the end ot tho present year, according to
indications, will bo 000 and tho number of
comrades in good standing will reach 100,
Buy Lester's School Shoes
Every pair warranted.
Dr. J, 0. IUItsnydcr spent Grand Army
Day In town.
Joo Lowcnbcrg la spending a fow weeks
It. F. WolllTer of Jerseytown visited In
town last week.
J. G. Wells spent tho past week In Now
Miss Hannah Hubln, ot WUkcsbarro is
tho guest of Miss Ilcglna Lowcnbcrg.
Prof.' Wallir was expected to sail for
home last Baturday.
John Wanlch of tho Exch&neo Hotel.
WUkcsbarro, spont a few days hero during
mo past week.
ung. ucn. j. r. b. uobln Inspected a
proposed military company at Berwick
Wednesday evening of last week.
Mr. C. E. Itelco had a severe attack or
quinsy last week. Ho was confined to tho
liouso Friday,, Saturday and Bunday.
Miss Mercer, of Ohio, sister of J. II
Mercer, Is attending school at tho Normal
Miss Annto Miller has routed tho third
floor of tho post ofIco building, where she
is giving vocal lessons la music.
Hon. and Mrs. Wni. Elwcll have been
visiting at E. W. Elwell's Towanda, tho
J. Weiss Hortter, Journalist and physl.
clan, of New York City, Is a visitor town
Miss Annlo Ent and Miss Jennie Lockard
left Tuesday morning for Boston, where
they will attend the Conservatory of Music,
U. 1). Clark of Clark & Bon Is now In the
city laying lu a full line ot goods for the
fall trade. Look out for a full line In all
C. M. Drinker and It. W. Oswald were
out hunting on Tuesday morning. Tho
result was a Mallard duck, thrco rail birds,
and a snipe.
J. H. Mercer's present pleased expression
of countcnanco is all caused by the arrival
at his houso of a young son, which his wife
presented him last week.
James Hcndcrshott, clerk at tho Ex
change Hotel, has been spending tho past
week at homo on a visit. Jcromo P.
Woodrlng has filled his place.
Miss Lizzie B. Jacoby started last Satur
day for Columbus, Ohio, to visit her
brother Dr. E. M. Jacoby aud attend the
centennial ot tho settlement of the Ohio
Col. W. W. Stott of Westchester, -who
has been in town tho past week selling
somo patent rights, was ono of tho young
est olllccrs In war. Ho was a Captain at
17, and Col. of the 43rd Penna. regiment at
Among former residents of Blootnsburg
who were In town on Grand Army Day we
noticed .Randolph Hayman ot Turbotvllle,
H. Clay Hartman ot Lock Haven, Joseph
Shannon ot Danville, Alcm B. Tato of
Wllllamsport, John Chamberlain of Dun
more, Dr. Robert Itamsey of Tamaqua, W.
P. Ramsay Esq. of Mahanoy City.
The Muncy Valley Fair will be held at
Uughcsvllle October 3d, 4tb, 6th and Oth.
A German Democratic Club has been
formed at Sunbury.
Orders taken for school books and school
supplies at Mercer's Drug and Book Btoro.
Baturday was a bad day for the Milton
fair. It rained all day.
Only one month more until the fair gives
Blootnsburg another big time.
A largo number of people from thL placo
attended tho Milton fair last week.
Berwick fair this week, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Baturday.
Before purchasing your school supplies
examine the stock at W. II. Brooke & Co's
Begin to get your exhibits ready for the
Students are begining to leave homo for
their various schools and colleges.
Bulllvan county ia still expecting an oil
Mrs. M. A. Smith is ready to organize
her music classes for the fall term. For
terms and testimonials send for circular.
Ex-Sheriff Ent's little daughter was giv
en a rido on a cannon in tho G. A. It. par
ade by tho Wllliamsport Post.
The republicans ot Montour county on
Monday nominated U. M. Hinckley as a
candidate for President Judge of this judi
Ladies' and Gents' gold and silver watch
es, jewelry ot all kinds and silverware and
clocks warranted at O. E. Savage's, Main
St. 4 doors above Market street.
Tho members of tho A. M. E. Church of
this place will hold a bush meeting at Oak
Grove, commencing Saturday evening,
September 16tb, and continuing over Sun
A request to the Normal students. Do
not buy your tablets, pencils, box paper,
school books, elates, &c, until you havo
seen our stock. J. II. Mekosu.
II. V. Whlto & Co. received a car load
of timothy seed last week Friday, and sold
lt all before night. They ordered another
car load of 650 bushels.
Any day now largo flocks of birds can
bo observed congregating and flying about
thu fields, preparatory to setting out on
their Southern trip.
Mrs. Kebccca Carman of Denton has re-
ccived a nice assortment ot tho latest styles
of bats and bonnets for fall and winter
wear, ltibbons and notions of all kinds to
suit everybody. Call and see.
Tho Centre township Bunday school con
ventlon which failed to be held last Satur
day because of the rain will meet this week,
Baturday afternoon at one o'clock lu tbe
Lime llidge Evangelical church.
Judgo Hinckley's first opinion was filed
in tho case of Clayberger vs. Clayberger,
on a rule to show causo why tne judgment
should not be stricken off. C. E. Geycr
Esd. was for tho rule and Geo. E. Elwcll
Esq. against it. The rule was dlschari;ea.
About forty young people partlclpted in
hon Monday evening at Winona Hall
and a most enjoyable evening was spent.
Ilefreshmcnts were served at Gllmore's
about eleven o'clock and dancing was kept
up until a lata hour to the music ot Metbcr-
Tho Superintendent has purchased
another engine for tbe Bloomsburg & Built
van Hatlroad which will bo here In a few
days. We are informed that still another
one will be placed on the road before the
winter season commences.
On Friday last tho assessors made their
returns of tho registry of new voters, that
being sixty days before election. On Mon
day morning Commissioners clerk Bodlne
sent the statement ot taxes due to tho col
lectors, and this tax must be paid thirty
days before election, or the persons assess.
ed cannot vote In November.
A large stock .of children's suits
jUSi reewveu ui tirrcfrutnw o.
All town taxes unpaid after Tuesday the
18th inst will be collected with the addi
tional flvo per cent,
Got your watches, clocks and Jewelry re-
paired and guaranteed at 0. E. Savage's,
Main St. 4 doors abovo Market street.
Tho ladles of the W. C. T. U. dcslro to
express their thanks to all who in any way
contributed to tho success of their lunch I
room on Grand Army Day.
G. W. Bertscb moved Into his new house
near corner ot Fourth and Catharine streets I
on Wednesday, and 0. C. Trench moved
Into the houso vacated by Mr. Bertscb.
After a long sickness Mrs. II. C. Uowcr I
died on Wcdnctday night of last week,
aged 01 years. Tho funeral took place at I
tho residence on Sunday, tho services be-1
lng conducted by Rev. D. J. Waller. Her
husband and seven children survlvo her.
Tho clerk of tho weather was very con-
sldcralo In nllowlug tho rain which threat
ened to fall all day Wednesday to remain
over until Friday and glvo a clear day to
tho Grand Army. Tho day was a beauti
ful one in every rctpccl.
Phillip A. Hubcr, tho express agent was
convicted Thursday of last week, at Bun-
bury and sentenced to thrco years at hard
labor In the county jail. Ho was charged
with stealing $29,000 from tho Adams Ex
press Company In August 1880.
M'KUllp took a number of photographs
on Grand Army Day, ono of them being
from Market Square showing tho men in
lino. Views of tho Exchange hotol, Court
houso and other buildings wero taken to
show tho elaborato decorations.
Gray or fox squirrels may bo shot be
tween September 1st and December 1st.
Tho partridge and quail season opens
October 10th and. cuds December 16th,
Pheasants may be killed from October 1st
to December 81st. The rabbit season opens
November 1st and ends December 31st.
Superintendent Leader displayed his
ability as a railroad superintendent In
handling the crowd of pcoplo who camo
over the Bloomsburg & Sullivan railroad to
nl(nn.l tUn A Tl .In., rri.Vc.,l0.. nf laat
wcck. r our trains wero requireu m carrv
mo passengers on me r return, moo
twelve o clock and not a singlo accident.
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List of letters remaining In the P. O. at
Benton for month endlnrr Anir. M. 'flfl.
lltafc Mr H.,iitv . m,ir
son, J. J. Conway (2), Mr. Adam Hummel,
Mrs. Betty Phoscy, Mr. W. W. Aorny,
Mrs. A. B. Carnctt.
Persons calling for thesa lotters will
please say "advertised."
Ella E. Afplbman, P. M.
Elegant flannel shirts at Lowen-
Mr. Cyrus McHenry ot Orangevlle, died
on Thursday morning ot last week, from
cancer in tho tlirott. Ho had been ser.
iously ill smco March, with no possibility
of recovery. Ho was 07 years of age,
the son of Edward McHenry. His older
brother Samuel and younger brother
Thomas yet survive him. Cyrus was an
Industrious man, and accumulated a mod
erate fortune. Ho was buried Saturday
mornlne at McHenry's graveyard on tho
farm he owned. One son and two daugh-1
tcrs grown to man and woman are left to
mourn tho loss of a kind father.
No dcflnlto conclusion has yet been
reached in regard to the future ot tho
School Furnishing Co. Whether the fac
tory will be rebuilt or not is as yet uncor-
tain and depends largely upon what the
citizens of Bloomsburg arc willing to do.
Our people have been very liberal in offer
ing inducements to strangers to como here
and establish factories, furnishing money
for buildings, giving sites and paying taxes.
The School Furnishing Company's fac
tory is one 'bat '.his town cannot afford to
loso. Tho prospects of the company when
disaster overtook It, wero very bright, and
the fact that It would prove to bo a paying
Investment had been demonstrated beyond
doubt. Largo orders wero on tbclr
books, and they were running day and
night. Tempting offers havo already becu
made to induce the company to locate
elsewhere. Let Bloomsburg do as well for
this enterprise as it has done for strangers,
and prevent tho possibility of tho Jremoyal
of this important industry.
received at Lovienbere's.
Lesser Alexander, ot tho enterprising
firm ot Alexander Bros. & Co. returned
from his European trip laBt week Tuesday,
He left homo en July 7th and sailed July
11th on the steamer Allen of tho Bremen
line landing at Bremen on the 10th. Uo
snout a few days at Berlin and then went
to Nakelnetzo In Prussia to visit his father
brother and sister, where he spent most of
his time. Ono of the most Interesting
places visited by him was the fort atThurn,
on the border ot Prussia and Russia, It
is an lmmcndo affair, garrisoned by 100,.
000 troops. Tbe town ia surrounded by a
stone wall, and the fort surrounds the
town outside of tho wall, nearly 8 miles
around. Mr. Alexander camo to this
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country llltecn years ago ana mis was ms
first ylsit to his native place. He left
Bremen for home on tho steamer Wcrra,
on August s, ana lanaea in .new lorn oa
September o al 7 o'ciock a. ra. tie uau a
s.,.ooth, pleasant voyage going over, but
was sick two days coming back. Tho trip
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aid uim good, and lie comes uaca as ruuusi
and happy as eyer. His many friends wero
pleased to extend tho hand of wclcomo to
him. and to congratulato him upon his
The Sunday nuisance of crowds on tho
cornets still continues, though the polico
havo been doing their best to break it up,
When driven from ono corner theso gangs
go to the next, and continue their loud,
profane and obsceno language, tho fact
that ladles are passing making no differ
ence, and tho presence of male escorts be
ing no protection. It has got to a point
where somo decided measures should be
taken, and the town authorities should dc
tal policemen and pay them for their time,
with positive instructions to arrest all of.
fonders. The law on this subject is as fol
Tlio gathering ot disorderly crowds upon
tho Btrcets aad corners is forbidden by
Town Ordinance, and offenders are liable)
to pay a fine ot two dollars and costs for
The uso of Indecent, rudo or wanton lan
guage ln tho hearing of females passing
along tbe streets is subject to a fluo of flvo
dollars and costs, and the offender may be
arrested by any policeman or town con
stablo without a warrant.
The habitual gathering of crowds ot boys
and men in front ot private dwellings and
churches and on street corners especially
on Sunday evenings, Is a nuisance and of
fenders are liablo to arrest and punishment
The latest colors in stiff and slouch
hats are golden brown, tobacco and
cedar, You can get them at Lowen
GRAND ARMY DAY.
Ilcniitllul Decorations, I'lne Par
ade, and a Great Crowd.
DTTXiiuRsnAY September 0. 1888 was a
"great day In tho h'story of Blooms.
burg. Perhaps on two other occasions tho
display and tho crowd approximated that
of Grand Army Day, theso occasions being
July 4th 1870, when thcro was a long pro-
cesslou of firemen, soldiers, and tableaux
and tho brigade enenmpment In 1881j but
they did not equal lt. The number in nt
tendanco at tho county fair has been great
er than the number In town on Thursday,
but no occasion ever crowded Main street
as It was on that day. Teams poured in
from the country and neighboring villages
all uie morning, and every train that nr.
rived brotmht many car loads of pasicn.
gers. Arrangements were effected with all
tho roads for extra trains, and every ono
filled, so Jhnt by noon tho town was
packed. Complaint had been rrado that at
other towns tho accommodations for fceil.
log tho pcoplo wero not sufficient, and so
cxtenslvo arrangements were made not
only by tho hotels and saloons, but by
many others, and there were stands along
the Btreet at which lunches could bo ob
As the different Posts arrived they were
met at tho depot by assistant marshals
Hlnan. F.nt and Furman and tho reception
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i.tnmmmin nnn marr.nca un aiaraci Birec. i
I lierl! LUB VlSlllUll WUBIB YVUIu lliU. 1 , UUUbu I
nlalnn. tin runs, forks and snoons mado un
thn fahln ware. Thcro wero consumed
1000 nounds of ham, 900 loaves of bread,
200 pounds ot butter, aw pounus oi cuuet.
a barrel of pickles and 8 cheeses. There
wero left over 100 loaves of bread and 20
hams which wcio given away to needy
people. The arrangements for feeding tho
visitors were under tho direction of IJtiar-
terraostcr W. It. Rlngroso and the General
Committeo of Ent Post, consisting of C, I .
Sloan. L. Cohen, P. S. Moyer, and U. H.
Ent. How well they performed their duty
the result shows, for thcro was plenty of
good substantial food provided, and after
all were ted thero was still somo IsfL Iho
expenses were paid out ot a fund of which
Ent Post gavo $100, and about 8700 was
raised by subscription by tbe citizens.
Thcro wore about 2003 men in the visit
ing Posts including bands and drum corps.
Over 4000 pcoplo wero fed nt Music Hall.
If all the Posts had como that were at first
expected thero would have been neatly
0000 veterans here, but many of them could
not gel here on account of railroad con-
ncctions, without leaving home the day be
When Bloomsburg awoko on the morn
ing of Grand Army Day, it was to behold a
clear skv overhead and tho rays of tho
bright Bun streaming down upon Iho .town
resplendent with tho beautiful national col
ors. Iled white and blue bunting floated
everywhere on tho breeze, nnd thcro was
scarcely a hnuso within the limits of tbe
town that did not display a flag of some
Main street was n waving mass of stream
ers, bunting, shields, flags, and blight col
ors, whoso beauties wero much admired by
the thousands of neonlo that visited our
town that day. Tho remainder of tho town
did not present as gaudy an appearanco as
Main street, but there were many very
handsomely and tastefully decorated homes
In all portions of tho borough. Tho Danville
Record speaking of our decorations says :
"Many of tho streets were handsomely
arched and trimmed and tho buildings gor
geously trimmed with flags, banners and
trlct on Grand Army Day. It reminded us
very much of tho display on some of tho
streets In Philadelphia, during tho last two
or three Centennials lu that city."
Thcro were handsome arches scattered
along tho wholo length of Main Btreet,
while arches of evergreen spanned mauy
of tho other streets in town. Two of tho
arches were arranged by tho professional
decorators that wero bore, one on Market
Square and tho other at tho Normal School
and both wero very handsome. The alar-
ket Square arch consisted of four square
pillars, joined by arches in tho shape of in
verted Vs. The whole was covered with
white and grey cloth, giving tho appear-
ance of marble and. with tho flags and
bunting that decorated it, making a very
I I n(T.ml Thn n rxll ot tlin Normal
incaaiug ..u ,T
Bcuooi was a singio ono oi uw a., u mmu.
a very pretty arcu was pu, u m uU
pedestals covered in the same manner as
that on Market square, staiues 01 soldiers
I ....mntintnil tlm nnrlnatnla wmnli war,,
Joined by arches handsomely decorated.
Two semi-circles of gas jets at tho top ot
the arches crossing Main street gavo a very
nrettv effect at nieht. Thero was also a
doublo arch ot evergreen crossing at Iron
and Main streets, ono on East street at J.
Hess; on fifth at Centre; on Market at Dr.
Bhattuckfl and another at J. O. Wilson's,
and ono at corner ot third and West.
Mcars & Son had a handsome
arch at East and Fifth streets surmounted
by one of tho excellent washing-machines,
of which thoy are the manufacturers. Tho
remaining arches in various parts ot tho
town were of evergreen.
Tho business houses and hotels on Main
street presented a gorgeous appearance.
I Tne court house loomed up with its front
covered with a mass of flags, streamers aud
shields, and was one of the finest looking
buildings. Tbe Exchange opposite also
looked very bandsomo and a largo flag was
hung across tho Btreet between tho two
buildings a semi-circle ot gas Jets abovo
tbe Exchange verandah threw a brilliant
light over that part ut thu Btreet at night,
Gllmore's saloon was handsomely trimmed,
and a lino of Jets ln front threw a bright
light over tho largo pictures of scenes from
the late war, which decorated the upper
part of the building. The remainder of tho
hotels and other buildings wero in propor
tion. G. A. R. Hall looked very pretty
and a line ot flags extended from the top of
tbe flag-stall on tho building, to tho ex.
change and Knorr and Wlnterstceu's build.
logs. Portraits ot generals in tlio lata war
and other prominent men were to be seen
on thu front of some ot the buildings and
on soycral ot tho arches, and there was
nothing lacking and no expense eparcd to
make tho town look at III best.
Promptly at 3 o'clock tho procession be-
gan to form at Market Square, lt was In
thrco divisions, 0. P. Sloan having com
mand of tho first, 0. B. Furman of tho
second, and U. H. Ent of tho third, as
assistant marshals, tho whole being under
tho direction of Gen. J. P. B. Gobln or
Lebanon, cx-department commander of tho
G. A. It. Chief Marshal uouin anu assist
ant Bloan led tho parado mounted. Then
followed a carriage driven by It. 0.
Buckalow and containing tho Department
officers as follows I Department Command-
Maircc. Thos. J. Stewart, Assistant
Quartermaster General, Thos. Kay oi
Philadelphia, Col. A. D. Bccly of ucrwicK.
Then camo tho Posts, thcro being nearly
2000 in lino as follows t
Post 22, Danville, drum corps and small
Post 43, Ashland, band, Sons of Veterans.
63. Lewiaburg. with band.
" 04, HenoPost, Wllllamsport,Flsk band.
11 03, Mt. Carmel,band.
129, Milton, band, Sons of Veterans
" 140, Shsmokm, band.
" 140, Shenandoah, band.
147, Frctland, drum corps.
Post 110, Mahanoy Cliy; band.
" 148, Scllnsgrove, drum corps.
" 169, Berwick, band, Sons of Veterans.
101, Nantlcoko, drum corps.
170, Catawlsa, drum corps.
" 189, Tnmaqua, band.
1 225. Wntsontown, band.
' 257, Shlckshlnny.
" 204, Montgomery Btatlon, band.
83, Falrmount Springs.
Post 835, Sunbury, band.
" 298, Mlllhclm.
" 850, Notthumbcrland, band, Sons ot
Post 885, Burrows Post, Wllllamsport,
Post 890, Frlbley Post
Post 484, Lchlghton, drum corps.
603, Uughcsvllle, drum corps.
" 630, Mlllvlllc, Sons of Veterans,
250, Ent Post.
n.ini t, tri,,i,. n
tuuD,nuuui nb.ii ,u . ww.t..
Hepresentatlvcs of the Women's Belief
Nortlmmhnrlanil. The rheadauartcrs wero
in the rooms of Ent Post,
ihe lino of marcu was up Main to .cast,
iu. w flints, to mini, to i.muru,
to Main, to Normal School, countermarch
to Market and break ranks. Tho Marshals
and tho carrlago containing tho Department
ofilccrs took a stand near the arch at Main
and Market, and aa each Post passed, the
officers saluted Commander McGee, who
recognized lt by taking off his hat. The
color-bearers dipped tho flags as they pass
ed the Commander. About an hour and a
halt was required to complctQ tho march.
At 4 o'clock a business meeting was held
n the Opera House, sixty-two delegates be-
jUg present, Captain Jones presiding, and
q. y. Lack acting as secretary, The fixing
of a place for the next Grand Army Day
was the only business before tho meeting.
Ml. Carmcl. Mahanoy City and Sunbury
were named, and after two ballots Sunbury
A Camp Fire was held in the evening at
the Opera House. Every scat was occu
pied, and many were turned away who
could not get In. Comrade John V. Miller
of Lowiaburg presided. Addresses were
mado by Mr. Miller, Derartment Com
mander McGee, Gen. Gobln, Col. Thos. J.
Btewart, Mr. Woodroff, Thos. Kay. The
speeches wero all listened to very attentlve
ly,nnd some of them wcru very humorous.
Tho speakers complimented tho citizens of
Bloomsburg highly on tbe beautiful deco
rations, and the urarm hospitality extended
to tho visitors.
PENNSYLVANIA BE3EKVE YOLTJNTEEB COErS.
Tho meeting of veterans of tho Pennsyl
vania Reserve corps, was very pleasan',
Tho following members wero present: 3
Regt. S. George; 3 Rcgt, D. W. Filbert, T.
D. Boone, S. B. Frey; 4 Rcgt. I. W.
Rouch, Wm. Metle; 0 Regt. ;J. Jtt. Scout,
Jos. Newboy, W. H. Kline, D. Morchant,
Geo. Eichholtz, F. C. Cowden, Wm. L.
RUtcr, G. Hawthorne, C. C. Jones, J.
Bcechcr, J. Murphy, D. B. Vankirk, J. U.
Carson, S. A. Reed, II. J. Angle, W. W.
Kieilcr; 0 Rcgt. B. F. 8harple?s, A. U.
Jamison. H. J. Connor. O. Jacoby, r.
H. Kern, B. Hower.SI. V. B. Koslenbauder,
O. Waters, G. Whltesidcs, A. W. Mann,
J. Horn, G. W. Trimble, J. Coleman, N.
Bruner, B. F. Jamison, I. Hartman, R.
Hayman, B. Sterling, C. S. Furman, C. e.
Fornwald, II. Gottshal 7 Rcgt. A.Dodson,
J. Jameson, S. L. Hagcnbuch, G. L. Bald
win, E. B. Dodson, J. Robinson, W. A.
Keagey, W. Lawg, J. S. Harrison, F. A.
Been, J..W. McLauc, Hudson Z'len; iu
Rcgt. J. B. Roblson; 11 Rcgt. o. L rotter;
13 Rcgt. 8. H. Briggs, H. Corbey; 18 Begt.
(Buoktalls) F. Armbruster, Jos. Eyerly, .
Zenaie; 14 Regt. (Artillery) W. II. Trump,
A. Herbine; 15 Regt. (Cavalry) W. D.
Fritz, J. II. Rimer.
A'l the Regiments were represented ex.
cent tho 1, 8. and 0. It is said that one or
Qf ,ments wcro represented,
but failed to register their names
Tlie mcctlnB was opened at 11 o'clock
Roblson, President, after which it
was determined to meet at half past ono to
taku t ln tUo paradc and at 4 p. ro. to
business. After appointing a
,lte0 t0 a Uauner aml flag tUe
meeting adjourned as above, and at tho
nroner tlmo were in tho parade with bc!
tween 40 and 50 ot tho comrades in line.
A muslin banner with the blue maltese
cross and the American flag were carried
After tho parado tho business meeting
again convened. It was determined to
procuro a suitable banner for the use of the
Association in future parades, and tho
President, Secretary and Treasurer were
directed to procure tho same, similar to tho
design set forth In tho resolution offered.
It was also directed that tho committee of
arrangements should procure plno Bticks
painted blue for tho uso of members as
canes in marching. A further resolution
urging tho Stato Association lo lake B-.eps
to procuro from the Legislative an appro-
priation for tho Memorial
Hall was also
Buckalcw Brothers' omnibuses and bar.
ouchu wcro hcndsomcly decorated.
The Central and St. Elmo busses also
floated tho stars and stripes, and wcro tastily
draped in buuttng.
Tho United States Express wagon had
wreathes of evergreen encircling thu wheels.
Tho placing ot barrels of ice water along
tho streets by the W. O. T. U. was a
thoughtful uct, and tho barrels were well
Tho number of pcoplo lu town has been
variously estimated from 10,000 to 20,000.
It U a matter of regret that through somo
misunderstanding; tbe Bloomsburg band
was not out.
Tho entire absc mco of aw indlers was
, of tho notlccabo feml creditable features
tho day, No catch-penny gamo was al-
lowed on tho streets. Several persons lost
thotr pocket books, and It Is probablo that
a number of plck-pockcts were in town, as
It Is Impossible to keep them nway. They
follow tho crowds.
Several of the bands serenaded at differ
ent places about town In the evening and
mulo cxccient ml10,
Tho Milton and
Wllllamsport bands were especially highly
spoken of and they certainly deserved tho
praises that wcto bestowed upon them.
Thero was, of course, a largo quantity ot
beer drank, but It li quite remarkable that
thcro was not a fight during tho day or
night. Tho prompt and commendable act
Ion of Chief ot Polico Frea and his corps
of policemen In locking up four cases of
drunk betoro noon, put a check on tho
pugilistic propensities of quarrclsomo men.
Tho Wllllamsport Daily Item says: The
Urand Array boys report having had a
splendid time ami say that they were royal
ly entertained by tho Iiloomsburg people.
, Take It all In all, lt was unanl.
mously voted by tho soldlci boys to havo
been one of tho most successful encampt
mcnts ever held In tho Middle district.
Wo clip tho following extract from thu
Danville llccortFi report of Grand Army
Day: Tho old heroes of tho war could not
speak too highly of tho noblo and patriotic
citizens of uloomsburg, who so amply con
tributcd with their money, labor and hos
pitality toward making tho old soldiers
welcomo as wclcomo' could be seen in
scribed on many banners suspended In dlf
fcrcnt parts of tho town. It was a most
joyous occasion, not only for 'ho o'd sol
diers, but for tho Sons ot Veterans and tho
ten or fifteen thousand pcoplo who lined
the sidewalks and business houses of tho
place. Tho commtttco of arrangements
and good hospitable people of Uloomsburg
have tho thanks of Goot'.lch Post No. 22,
ul i-J ii i) v 1 1 1 1:. i
School books, slates, tablets, everything
la echo1 work Bt w Ul Brooko &
JJ. L. & w. road at this place, was among
- - w .
tuo visitors uero on urana Army aay. uo I
and told the conductor he wanted to go to
Uloomsburg, but when hu got here and
looksd arornd tho town he found that he
had been put off at a flag station.
That excursion and picnic of tho He form
ed Sunday school, announced for last Sat
urday, did not take place. You know tho
reason. However, if the weather is favor
able, it will take placo next Saturday, Sept,
15; and you stilt havo tho opportunity of
Joining tho last Sunday school excursion of
this season over the B. & S. It. It. to the
iicss Grovo near Central, at tho low rate of
40 cents for the round trip;
children from I
7 to 12 years 23'cents.
Levi Aikman died nt hu homo on his
.......... w..u ou.H uj goods. Shopping by mannas
ninrntnir nftpr n lntifr illnpfln. nt Inn ncrn oil" - L . o J .
c, , - r -
about seventy-three years. He was born
in this county and has always made his
home here, having moved but once. Mr,
Aikman leaves a wifo and four children, a
son and three daughters, to mourn his loss.
Mrs. U. Y. White, of this place, being one
of the daughters. Ho was a member ot the
Presbyterian church and funeral services
wero held at Hldlay's church at 10 o'clock
Wednesday mornin. Rev. D. J. Waller
Sr. officiating. Interment took placo In
the family lot in the graveyard adjoining
List ot letters romalning In tho Poet Of-. I
flee at Bloomsburg for week ending Sept.
William Johnson, Mrs. Kate Kishbaln,
Miss Hattle Lewis, Mr. Lo Craw, Mr.
Fratk Richart (2), Miss Katio Wellls, Mr.
F. K. Young.
Miss Minna Apcll, Mrs. B. J. Bitncr, Miss
Katio Kaufman (2), Messrs March, Brown-
back & Co., Mrs. Alctha Masters.
Persons calling for these letters will
please say "advertised."
George A. Clark, P. M
The arrest last Saturday of Charles Fred
cricks, charged with setting flro to Odd
Fellow's Hall, will probably be but tho be
ginning of a celebrated case. James Cham
berlain's testimony that ho followed Fred.
cricks and saw him strike tho match and
set fire to tho building was sufficient to put
Fredericks in jail to await trial. Whether
Fredericks will implicate others remains to
bo seen. Meanwhile developments are
awaited. Berwick Independent,
Fredericks has an unenviable reputation.
Borne years ago ho was arrested for killing
a boy named James Yohe, on tho Ring.
town Mouutaln near Shenandoah, but
through somo technicality ho escaped pun
ishment. Afterwards ho was arrested for
robbery and being convicted, served four
years in tho Eastern penitentiary. Hu re.
turned homo to again lead a life of crime,
The United btatcB authoiltlcs fastened up.
on him the crimo ot counterfeiting, and for
this ho served live years more, haIng been
releancd only a few months prior to the
Berwick Ore. He has a wlfo iu Berwick,
but no children.
Thero has been more or less talk about
running an independent candidate for
President Judgo of this district, ever slnco
tho dclegato election, Tlio Philadelphia
lm has printed a number of editorials
charging E. R. Ikcler Esq. with having sc
cured tho democratic nomination by cor.
rupt mcanc, and urging all parties to unite
In an effort to defoat him. Theso charges
ot tho lesi and of the republican papers in
the district do not seem to hayo bad much
effect upon tho republicans of Montour
county who on Monday last nominated
Judgo Hinckley as tho regular republican
candidate for Judgo. It is well known that
every possible Influence was brought to
bear in his own party to defeat Judge
Hinckley, and prevent bis candidacy, so
that tho field would bo open for an inde
pendent. But tho rcpubllcpns of Montour
declined to endorse the movement, and at
the eauio tlmo they havo repudiated tho
charges mado by tho Drt and other pap.
ers, by making a nomination of a rvpubll.
can candidate, thus preventing tho candi
dacy ot an independent and Insuring the
election ot Mr, Ikcler beyond a doubt,
The republican convention of Columbia
county will meet next Monday, and will
either endorse Hinckley or cause a split in
their pirty. In either event their strength
as an element to bo counted ln favor ot an
independent candidate is broken.
The undersigned committee ot Ent Post,
G. A. It desire In behalf of tho Post to ex.
press thanks to the citizens ot Bloomsburg
for their profuso decorations, to tho con.
tributors to tho expense fund, to tho ladles
for their asslstanco in tho dining room, to
thoso who placed barrels ot water along the
lino ot march and to tho president
council for giving thu town over to
Graud Army for their enjoyment on
O. P. Sloan,
U. II. Ent,
J. W. Eyeu.
Persons having money to Invest at a high
rate of interest Miould consider tho ad
vantages offered by tho Guaranty Invest
ment Company of New York, which has a
capital ot $260,000, and suarantccs tho
payment of all loans made by It. L. A.
Riley -ot Ccntralla Is ono of the olllccrs.
Full Information can bo obtained by apply
ing cither in person or by letter, to Geo. E.
Elwcll, Uloomsburg, agent tf.
All tho school books used at tho Normal
kept in stock at Mercer's drug and book
Twcnty.flvo cents a day purchases a
$8,000 policy In The Travelers, of Hartford,
which Is payablu in event of death by ac
cident, with $15 weekly indemnity or
wholly disabling Injury. J.-H. Maize,
agent, second floor Coiumman building
Buy Lester's School Shoes.
Every pair warranted.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
When Baby was tick, we tars her CutorU.
When she wae a Child, she cried for Cutorla,
When she became Mix, ehe,clune to OutorU,
When she had Children, the eare them CutorU.
Open all day on Saturdays.
When you come to the city
bear in mind that Wanamaker'.s
ia a meetini? and restiner and
waitintr olace as well as the
b; t stQre ;n thfi worH
1 here are reading and sitting
and retiring rooms for you : tele-
p!lone telegraph, and mail facil-
Invito a wui stiiLvia tviii a-sv
cared for without charge. We
try to make you welcome wheth
er - yOU care to buy or not.
1 1 n r
Yoa know that there is. no
wor ly hot weather - (or any
weather) thing for wear or home
use but we have it. 11 you can
come to the store, write for
whatever you want, samples or
come to be simple and certain
A lew scratches Oi a pen, and
- . i
all the facilities of the store
Go to C. O. Marr's for dress goods.
Bilk rjlnsh for ladles' dresses at I.
Hartman & Bons'.
Fine Cabinet portraits only
T .( --i"
Jjlle Size Crayons Olliy
Viewincr CODViner and
b CJ t
Boots and shoes for men and boys at low
prices at Houscl Bros., near Lockards'
Our single and doublo shawls arc now
ready for Inspection. More black cash
mere shawls received last week.
II. W. Sloan's.
Violins and accordeons away down at
the New York Variety store opposite St.
Getting ready for a big trade and a big
lalratl. w. llartman S sons', lutti, 11 m,
12th and 13th oi Oct.
Oak Leaf soap beats all 5c. cakes.
by C. O. Marr.
Now is the time to get your Fall and
Winter suit of clothing or Spring and Fall
Overcoat at G. W. Bertsch's the Merchant
Tailor. Just received a full and complete
line from the city. A perfect fit always
guaranteed or no saic.
A large and fine assortment ot black
cashmeres as will bu found in town. The
best COc. cashmcro ever offered
U. . Sloan's
Boots and shoes made to order and
pairing neatly done at Houeel Bros'.
Children's soft fell and tourist hats
Mrs. F. K. Marsh's.
Don't forget I. W. Hartman & Boob' will
bo the place this season for ladles', misses'
ana cuiiureu s coats.
G. W. Bertscb just received his new and
nobby line ot Neck Ties; also his latest
styles ln nais and caps, all tne latest styles.
Call and see them before purchasing else.
A l.irco lino of bleached and unbleached
Canton flannels now open. Prices very
IOW. II, W. SLOAN'S.
Trunkal Trunks!! Valises and travcllnc
uags al uouscl tiros'.
Thousands ot yards all kinds of fall ar.d
winter uresa goons now open ai l. vt.
Hartman & Sous'.
New fall styles ot huts and millinery
novelties at airs. it. a. snycet's.
(J. C, Marr will pay cash tor one can
Avery fine lino ot all wool Hcnrlct'a
cloths in all colors, 40 Inches wide, 75c.
per yaru ai ii. w. bloan'b.
Have you seen the $1,60 pants at
Now York Variety Store, opposite St Elmo.
Ladles' misses' and children's shoca,
cheapest in town at Houscl Uros., Main
street two doors below Lockard's store.
I. W. Hartman & Sous' 25c red flannels
beats them ull again this season, examine
A full and coinnletu line ot Collars
Cuffs just received at G. W. Bertsch's,
tuo very latest styles.
Call and sco the 60a shirt
York Variety Btore.
Wool and cotton carpet chain at C.
I, W. Hartman en sons bavo luted up a
coat room up stairs where you can examine
and tit on ai your case, uau ana see
largo stock of all sizes and kinds now open.
Gents Furnishing Goods all ot thn latest homea. ray liueral
designs can bo hud at G. W, Bertsch's
Merchant Tailoring Establishment. Call
and sco them.
O. U. Marr wants butter, eggs,
cuiCKCUS anu poiaiuua,
Died ot llrfght's dlscaso of tho kidneys, tip haro
scorM ot other m nam puuud men. ir. mmoiuj
editor of I ho JM-u Van Meaieat Itrpcrter, sajs that
this (Uses) Is crowing more common ana fatal
ioilr ivonlo Save tC Without knowing it, ynt a
curolslni)cJwitile. H Alines from Powjn In the
wood. Vio kldrcrsnnd lifer fan to act, thopojon
nscs nnallr to t.io brain, cauelnir sonVlalon? ?5
death. lit nrt,t sjmplorns are ''lln r
head, wonderlP palasa ut the bodr. espcrtallr
lntnoFmaii ,o unu. ui.piibi.
and ambition. I l by dropMcal awelllnCT wliicn
Bhow tho dlso ' to TO rapiair increasing, , u
only cure Is a m jicine inu iroi S5L iVX
er, tldncis and skin to throw otrtho poison and
then act npoi thu bowels w carry the .foul wasW
mattcrsouto Ihesjstem. llcarln mlndthatanjr
kldner affect . nfRloctcd, soon runs Into Brightj
dlneaife. lm. rowN'BSMrARtu.ACure8ttin
rerr alraplo and certain war. It sweeps through
tho corruptod circulation like a current of freah
natural outlets a id expels I ho doaalr element be
foro It has tlmo to do further mischief, one week's
use ot It will satlsfr you ot th truth ot what we
r.- . ...
Mr. uanrton r. vwwnnni, ui
writes! "I had Brlght's dtoeaso of the kidneys,
ftnil mAilA itn mv mtnd Ml die. ThO l)C8t DhTBtClUS
had treated me, and done no roal good. At thW
tlmo you presented mo with a bottle of IlaowK a
HiHsirAMLLi. 1 used six bottles and consider my
self a well man." This Bpienura rrroeaj -may uu
(lod-Bcndtoyou. lt you bare tho slightest tear
of this dread discasn resort at onco to
Not cenulne unless mado by Ara Warren: Co.,
Bangor, Mo. mayradly
(40XEN TIUTOIIIA 8 CROWN.
The ciowu of Quccu Victoria consists or
diamonds, pearls, rubles, sapphires and
emeralds, set lu silver and gold. Its gross
weight is uu or a uwt. troy. 1110 dubiai
of diamonds are 3,852; pearls, 273;
rubles, 0; sapphires, 17; emeralds, 11. It
Is an o.d Baying uneasy lies tuo ucau mat
wears a cro n. It Is Dctter to wear tho
crown of perfect health nnd peace of
mind through tho curative effects of Per
rlno's Pur6 Barley Milt Whiskey. For
salo by 0. B. Bobbins, Uloomsburg, I'a.
IMIchI PIlcHl itculuK IMlen.
Symptoms Moisture s intense itching and
stinging ; most at night ; worse by scratch
lng. If allowed to continue tumors form,
wlucn oitcn uicea nna uiccraw, uccuuuug
very sore. Swayne's Ointment stops the
itching and bleeding, heals ulceration, and
in most cases removes the tumors. At
druggists, or by mall, for 50 cents. Dr.
Swayno & Bon, Philadelphia. may-4.1y,
Fbank Haydeuson, of Beverly, N. J.,
writes. I suffered ten years with nervous
Debility and Constitutional weakness, dur
ing that time have consulted physicians of
all schools, paying large fees without bene
fit. In 1880 I cousulted Dr. Theel, 538
North, Fourth Btreet, Philadelphia, after
thorough examination he pronounced me
curable. Although at tho tlmo having
little faith In Doctors from past experience,
1 placed myself under his care, and am
happy to say he has restored mo to sound
physical health. Knowing Dr. Theel as I
do, I hc8ltato not In adyislng all sufferers
no matter what their cxperlonco has been
to consult him, as they can put full confi
dence in his skill nnd Integrity.
Dr. Theel, l'hladclphlas renowned special
ist for nervous debility, blood polsonB, kid
ney and special diseases has cured more
cases than all others combined. He has
cured cases pronounced incurable by lead
ing physicians. Wo would advlso those
Buffering to consult him personally or by
letter at his office, 533 North Fourth street,
To Preserve Natural Flowers. Din
tho flowers in melted parafllnc, withdraw
ing them quickly. The liquid should be
nn v lust, lint nnnntrn in maintain us uuiu-
ity ana tho flowers should bo dipped one
only just not enougu to maintain us uuiu-
uy ana too uowcrs suouiu uu uiuucu uuo
at a time, held by the stocks and moved
about for n.i nstant to get rid of air bub
bles. Fresh .ut flowers, free from moist
ure, make ox. illcnt spccimcnB in this way.
II you would preserve your ncaim ana in
vigorate your entire system use Perrlne'i
Pure Barlov Malt Whiskey. Vor sale by
C. B. Robbl s, Bloomsburg, x n cow.
THE HOMLIEST MAN in BLOOMSBURG
as well as tho haudsomest.and others are in
vited to call on any druggist and get free a
trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for tho
throat and lungs, a remedy that is selling
entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed
to cure and relievo all chronic and acute
coughs, asthma, brouchltls and consump
tion, rricc m cents ana i.
THE POPULATION OF BLOOMSBURG
is about 5,000, and we would say at least
one-half are trouulcu wltn some aiiecuon
of tuo ti,roat and lungs as thoso complaints
are, according lo statistics, more numerous
I ,i.n nti,ra. Wfi would ndviso all not to
neglect tho opportunity to call on their
druggist and get a bottle of Kemp's Bal
sam for thu throat and lungs. Price 50c.
and $1. Trial size free. Sold by all drug
gists. Eczema, Itcliy. Hcaly, Sit In
The simnle application of "Swayne's
Ointment," without any internal medicine
will cure any caso oi letter, salt iiutum
Ringworm, Piles, Itch, Sores, Pimples,
Eczema, all Scaly, Itchy Skin Eruptions,
no matter now ouslluatc or long standing.
It la potent, effective, and costs but a trifle
SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE
allow a cough to run until it gets
beyond the reach of medicine. They
often say, "Oh, it will wear away,"
but in most caBcs it wears them
away. Could they bo induced to try the
successful medicine called Kemp's Balsam,
wmch we sen on a positive guarantee to
cure, they would' Immediately see tho ex
cellent effect after taking the first dose.
l'rico 00c. and l. Trial size irce. At an
Who advised her pupils to strengthen
their minds by tho us a of Ayer'a Bar.
saparllla, appreciated tho truth that
bodily health. Is essential to mental
vigor. For persons ot delicate and f eeblo
constitution, whether young or old, this
medicine is remarkably beneficial. Bo
suro you get Ayer'a Sarsaparilla.
" Evcrv sprinct and fall I take a num
ber ol bottles ot Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and
am greatly benefited." Mrs. James 11.
Kastmau, Stoncbarn, Mass,
"I have takon Ayer's Barsaparilla
with great benefit to my general health."
MltsThlrza I Crerar, Palmyra, Md.
"My daughter, twelve years ot ago,
has suffered for the past year from
A few weeks since, wo began to glvo
her Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Her health baa
greatly Improved." Mrs. Harriet U.
battles, South Cholmstord, Mass.
'About a year ago I began using Ayer's
Barsaparilla 03 a remedy for debility
And neuralgia resulting from malarial
jiposuro in tho army. I was ln a very
bad condition, but six bottles of tho Sar
laparllla, with occasional dosos of Ayer'a
tills, have greatly imnrovod my health.
am now able to work, and teel that I
januot say too much for your excellent
remedies." F. A. rinkhaui, South
of tloluncus, Mo.
"My daughter, sixteen years old, ia
using Ayer's Sarsaparilla with good ef.
-ect.v' Hot. 8. J. Graham, United
Urethren Church, JJuckbaunon,W,Va,
",I suffered from . ...
ffltb lame back and headache, and have
jcen much benefited by the use ot Ayer'a
iarsaparilla. I am now 69 years ot age,
.ml am satisfied that my present health
nd prolonged Ufa are duo to the uso ot
yor's Sarsaparilla." Lucy Molfitt,
Mrs. Ann IT. Farniworth, a lady T9
rears old, So. Woodstock, Vt., writes :
'After several weeks' suffering from
lervous prostration, I procured a bottia
it Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and txfore I
iad taken bait ol it my usual health
.eturned." ... . .
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