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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA
This powder never varies. A marvel of p a rl
t rength and wholcaomeness. More economlca
ban ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold In comtc
Itlon with the multitude ot low test,ahort weight
alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans
twrubllsued every Friday,
11.00 a Year.
Entered at the Post Offlco ut Bloomsburg, Pa.,
as eccond clans matter, March l, una.
FRIDAY, DECKMHEIl 7, 1888.
rORttlCT B1ILK01D T1IK TABLE
DLOOMSDUltO & SULLIVAN ItAlLltOAD
Taking offect MONDAY. NOVEMBER 20, l&ss.
Ar. Ar. Ar. Lv. Lv. Lv.
STATIONS, r. M. r. m. a.m. a.m. p. m. r. h.
Bloomsbunr. 8 V8 1 03 B 09 8 35 2 25 8 40
Main street . 6 18 U M 7 68 8 40 2 38
Irondale 6 10 18 60 7 66 8 48 S 4J
I'anerMlll 6 08 18 40 7 48 8 58 l r-2
Llehtstreet. 0 05 Hi 83 7 45
Orangevlllo 5 61 12 20 7 85
ForkB. 5 45 13 00 1 20
Tubba... 5 42 11 53 7 15
Stillwater 6 37 11 45 7 10
lienton, - 5 28 11 so 7 oo
Edsons, 5 S3 11 20 0 5
nnlpn Crnl-lr 5 20 11 15 6 62
SUKarlOat,... 6 15 11 10 6 41 10 00 4 ss
TTihknhiL 0 12 11 03 6 4110 04 4 83
central..; 6 08 10 67 6 88 10 12 4 40
Echo rark 6 03 10 62 e sr 10 is 4 43
Jamison city.... 5 oo 10 45 o 39 10 20 4 10
Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar.
r. II. A. M. A. M. A. SC. i-. u. r. .
00 2 6'
B 10 3 20
9 25 3 3D
9 30 8 42
9 37 8 50
9 47 4 15
9 61 4 20
9 66 4 21
Trains on the r.
7:22 a. m.
3:42 p. m.
& it. it. It. leave Rupert is
11:01 a. m.
TralnsonthoD.L.ft W.H.H.loave Bloomsburg
7"ro. 8:32 a.m.
2:24 p. m. J i?S'm
6:36 p. m. 8-47 P-m-
Trains nntha N.v7b7 Hallway pass Bloom
Ferry as touows :
10:46 a. m.
e.26 p. m.
Tho name of tbo utalion on U10 B. & B.
railroad licrctoforo known as Tubba, lias
been changed to that of Zancr's. It Is
named after John Zancr, on whoso farm
tbo station ts located.
A turkey supper will bo given at tho re.
sldonco of Mr. I). F. Weiss, on Friday,
ucccmucr 14, rrom flvo to ten p. m. I'ro.
cccus tor tho benefit of the Lutheran
Flvo per cent will bo added to all taxes
unpaid In Jackson township after tho ninth
day of January 1889, and collection will
bo enforced after tbatdalo.
1). L. Kvkiihaiit, Collector.
Tho residence of Mrs. E. U. Drown at
Mlflllnvlllo l'n., Is offered nt prlvato sale.
Apply before Deo. 22d 1888. Two-tbtrds
of prlco may bo left In tho property secured
by first mortgage. Apply to J. J. Ilrown
Bloomsburg Pa. 4t,
Notice Is hereby given that five per cent.
will bo added to all taxes unpaid In Hem
lock township after the tenth day of Jan
uary, 1889, and collection will bo forced
after that date.
St John 'Appklman, Collector.
The window of J. F. Caldwell's Cafo pre
sented a very attractive appearance on
Thanksgiving Day, In it wcro roast Tur
keys, ducks, woodcock, rabbits, pheasaut,
quail, saUBagc, and all the other delicacies
of tho season. It was handsomely arrang
ed, and a single look was enough to make
a man hungry. Caldwell's Cafo has built
up a wldo reputation.
The Great Eastern Tea Store has glyen
tho pcoplo of Bloomsburg a better market
for luxuries, than has ever been enjoyed
here before. Fruits of all kinds, fresh
vegetables In season, nnd many other dc-
slrablc things for table use, can bo found
there. Messrs. Porter nnd Weaver aro en-
torprtslng young men, and they merit the
liberal patronage which they arc receiving.
The contract for tho erection of Manor
Rest inn at Jamison city has been awarded
to Wesley and Smith of Benton for $5375,
nnd work will bo commenced soon. The
stone foundation has been laid 'inder tho
direction of Mathtas Shaffer, and by May
1, tho new hotel will bo completed. It
will be first class In nil Its appointments,
nnd it 13 expected that It will be a popular
mountain summer resort.
Twcnty.fivo cents a day purchases a
$8,000 policy In Tho Travelers, of Hartford,
which Is payable In ovont of death by no-
ciuont, with $J0 weekly Indemnity for
wholly disabling Injury. J, II. Maize,
agent, second floor CotCMnuN building
For nearly two hours tho speaker held
his vast audicnco spell-bound, one moment
causing his hearers to shed tears In tho
next convulsing them wHh laughter.
Hev. N. II. Miller of Evansvllle, Ind.,
says of Dr. Wlllltsi It was tho most cap.
tlvatlng, thrilling, Interesting fccturo I
BclvaLockwood, the distinguished ora-
tor and queen of tho Amorlcan bur, will lec
ture on Social and Political Llfo In Wash
Look out for our
week or two.
holiday goods In
J. II. Mercer.
11:55 a. m.
4-30 p. m.
6:39 p m
John Wanich, of Wllkes-Barrc, was in
town last Friday.
II. Bruce Clark is In New York City
this week buying holiday goods.
Lew Gross went to New York this
week to lay In a stock of holiday goods.
Hon. C. R. Buckalcw returned to Wash,
ington last Saturday to bo present at the
opening of Congress on Monday.
Mrs. Elljih Shutt Ib seriously ill with in
flnmraatlon of the lungs. Sho has been coa
fined to her bed more than a week.
Margaret, youngest daughter of Hev.
Dr. B. Mitchell, died at Mt. Carmcl last
week Tuesday. The remains wcro in
terred at Muncy on Friday. The bereaved
parents have tho sympathy of mauy friends
Small-pox has broken out at Kingston.
A nice lino of wedding invitations will
bo found at tho Columuian olllce.
Consult tho advertisements in this paper
before making your holiday purchases.
Two large black bears have been killed
on the North Mountain recently.
For hanging lamps, cheap prices, way
down, go to Mercer's Drug & Book store.
Uohr Mcllcnry'8 new store building at
Benton is about completed.
Fine Cabinets in vignette or scroll.
tf M'ICillip BroB.
Tho Phllologian Society gave an enter
tainment in Normal Hall and afterwards
held a reunion in the boarding building on
Thanksgiving evening. The program for
tho ovcnlng's entertainment consisted of
music by Prof. Nllcs' orchestra, vocal
music, tableaux, recitations, &c. It was
well carried out and listened to by a good
sized and well pleased audience. Tho re
union was also well attended and tho en
tire evening pasted oil pleasantly tor all.
Paul E. Wirt's latest design In fountain
pens consists of a gold ink shaft instead ot
rubber. Tho pen and Bhaft arc in one
piece and tho Bhaft is bont back over the
pen, tnus making tbo construction moro
simple, and reducing the chances of tho
pen getting out of order. Mr. Wirt's
loventive genius in the pen line seems to
be unlimited. He has mado lots of money
out of his patents, and tho best feature of
it all is that he invests his money In a
manner calculated to benefit tho public by
Improving the town. Such capitalists are
n blessing to any community.
List ot letters remaining In tho Post Of
doe at Bloomsburg for week ending Dei.
Mr. Marvin Brown, Mr. James Gramcr,
Mrs. Sarah Hess, C. W. Hess, Mrs. Will'
lam Kustcr, Mr. Walter Lake, Milt Me.
Pherson, Mrs. Mary Noss (2), William F.
Saul, Miss Nellio Smllh, W. E. Smith.
Persons calling for theso letters will
please say "advertised."
Geokqk A. Clauk, P. M.
Our merchants are getting
goods in great quantities.
Schuyler & Co,
stump blasting at J. It.
W. B. Moyer has moved Into his new
house ou Market street.
Dclvn Lockwood will bo one of tho lec
turers before tho coralnc Teacher's Insti
Sco the line of plush and leather albums.
Price SI to S8. at Mercer's Drue & Book
Tuesday of last week the First National
Bank, of Nantitokc, was organized with
paid up capital stock of $100,000.
Oraugeville is among tho growing towns
of the county. A number or new uuua
ings have recently been erected there.
Deer seem to bo scarco on the North
Mountain this season. But few have been
J. Ii. Schuyler & Co., have opened their
holiday stock of lino silverware, the
largest assortment ever shown. No
trouble to show goods.
Now that a new year Is approaching, all
who want to get the county news in the
best shape should sul.fcribe for tho Col
umuian. It la considerably larger than any
other paper published In tho county, and
yet the prlco Is only $1.00 a year. Those
who now take it will confer a great favor
by settling for back subscription, and
those who do not take It will find it tbo
best money's worth they can get. Wo have
uo enemies to punish and arc not looking
out for votes. Our object is to please, and
wo believe wo have succeeded.
A. Sollcder, of Bloomsburg, Pa., has Just
received another fine lot of German Day
and Night Singing Canaries also on hand
Parrots, Mocking Birds, Nightingales,
etc, 3 t.
Saturday morning .'OOO men and boys
were thrown out of work by tho indefinite
suspension of the Union Coal Company
and the Heading Coal and Iron Company's
collieries In tho region about ML Carmel.
Jam Ison City is growing. A large board,
lng house has beeu recently completed, but
It is not sufllcieut for tho accommodation
of all who want board. By noxt summer
this new town will be in a nourishing
The change of time on the B. & 8. which
went iuto elTcct last week, Monday, will
found undtr the nrnncr head on this
pace. Due notice wus given by printed
schedules posted up at every station, and
clscwucio. There aro now threo trains a
day each way.
Samuel Knorr of Brlarcrtek shot a largo
lnfir at tbo North Mountain Friday of last
week, weighing about 200 pounds dressed,
The friends with him shot another one,
Tucv saw a number of doer, and also
wounded u largo bear, but he escaped
A democratic administration gave
Bloomsburg tho best, post-olll:e the town
has ever had, both in tho location, equip
ments, services aud all Its appolutments.
If there is anything In civil serytco reform,
thero will be no change In the post-ofllce
for tho next four years.
In gold frames only
As usual at this time of year, Gllmore's
Toy Bazar is tho centre of attraction for
the little folks. Santa Claus has evidently
been busy, nnd the fruits of his workshop
can bo seen on Gllmore's shelves. Down
stairs in the store, upstairs in four rooms
and tho hall, everything is packed full of
sleds, wagons, dolls, toy banks, games,
guns, mechanical toys, Christmas treo or
namcnts in great profusion, and a thous
and things that one must see In order to
appreciate. The display is now ready, and
everybody is invited to call and inspect
tho stock. Take tho children in, and let
them bco what Krlsa Klnglo has been
doing for them.
The Knights of ihe Golden Eagle have
had phenomenal growth here. Theta
Castle was organized but a few months
ago, and It already numbers about 130
members. On Ibanksglvlng afternoon
they paraded through town but were oblig
ed to march on the pavement on nccount
of tho muddy condition cf tho streets.
The uniform Is an attractive one, consist
ing of bluo cloth cap, navy shape, with
broad gold band, red leather belt, and
A number of members of tho William.
sport Commandery were in tho procession,
and their uniform Is simlllar to Knights
Templar of tho Masonic order. Tho Ber
wick Castlo was also present.
Tho dinner given by Theta Castle was
liberally patronized, and netted over $300.
If the Interest continues unabatetl in tins
new order it will bo one of tho most
flourishing organizations in tho town.
Heform Is greatly needed at tho Opera
Houso. Thero aro many who atteud
entertainments there, who seem to bo lab
orlng under tho Impression that tho
purchase of a ticket of admission carries
with It tho prlvllego of making as inucu
noise as they please, and hence tke cars of
tho orderly ones aro saluted with cat-calls
whistling and shouting. Not unfrequent
lv u oatty of boys or men go out between
acts and imblbo until thoy becorao regard
luss of tho rlubta of others, and on their
return, during tho acts talk aloud to tho
annoyanco of everybody else. Wo know
It is dlfllcult to entirely suppress I his, and
somo steps have been takeu by tho manag,
ers to maintain good order, but tho nul
sauce has not been abated, Notice should
bo given In omo way that order will bo
maintained, and this should uo entorcca
It will only be necessary to put out ono or
two disorderly characters, nud all tho
others will "catch on." Tho certainty
that no dlsoidcr of any kind will bo toler
ated at any respectable entertainment
would do more than anything elso to In
crease tho attcudsnco at tho Opera House.
Tho most valuable Holiday presents to
buy Is a I. Maler'i, tho Reliable Clothier,
AJsad death, occurring Sunday in Briar
creek, was that ot Mrs. J, L. Ulcks, daugh
ter of .Mr. A. B. Croop. Sho was sick
about four weeks with pneumonia, nnd
while sho was lying In her sick bed on the
first lloor her husband was on tho second
Moor. Thus sho died without tho attention
of an affectionate husband while ho being
seriously 111 did not see the face of his wife,
even after her eyes wcro closed In death.
The husband is lying In a critical condi
tion, while two little boys ono 3 years old
and tho other four and a half, aro left.
Fortunately kind grandparents have taken
caro of tho children. Tho funeral took
placo Tuesday, many sorrowing friends
following tho remains to Itfl last resting
place. She was 20 years ot age.
Do you suffer with catarrh? Yon can
be cured If you take Hood's Sarsaparilla,
the great blood purifier. Sold by all
In order to close out the first edition we
will send, postage paid, tor ono dollar to
any address a copy of tho History of Col
umbla County. This volume contains COO
pages, and Is handsomely bound In cloth,
with gilt lettering. Tho prlco asked docs
not pay first cost, but this special Induce,
ment is offered in order to closo out. 7(1
cents will buy the book at this office. Tho
Information contained In this book Is In
valuable to every Intelligent citizen, and
mary persons have paid twclvo dollars for
n history of the county, containing no more
Information than can be found In the book
we offer for 70 cents. In lact tho historical
portion of the twelve dollar book was
largely copied from Frccze's History. But
strango to say, thero wero more copies of
the former work sold than ot the latter.
Why was this? Simply becauso "a prophet
Is not without honor sayc In his own
country." The writer and the publishers
of ono book that sold at first for S2 00,
lived in Bloomsburg, and there was no
chnnco for humbuggcry ; the writers nnd
publishers of the $12.00 book wcro entire
strangers, and hence thero was a chanco to
be swindled, and therefore the book look
llko wildfire, and nearly 1000 copios were '
Freezc's History of Columbia County
contains information that cannot be found
clsewhcro, nnd when the present edition is
exhausted, (and there arc but n few copies
left,) it will never be printed again. Think
of it? A complote history of your own
county for 75 cents. Send in your order
at once. $1.00 by mall. Address. The
Colombian, Bloomsburg Pa. 4t
Pcruso I. Maler, tho Clothier's, new ad
vertlsement, and learn what he has to say.
Notice to collector niitlTowiiHlilii
An act of the Legislature and approved
Juno 2nd 1881, (See pamphlet laws, page
45) requires tax collectors, township nnd
borough officers to make return ot seated
nnd unseated lands upon which no property
can bo found from which to make taxes
to tho County Commissioners on or before
tho first day of January next, with a suftl
clent description by boundaries or other
wise, of each separate lot or tract and
about tho quantity of tho same. Those
who fall to make returns by said day will
bo held for such loss- Taxes so returned
become a lien against the property so re
turned. We have blanks on which these
returns am to be mi do and will furnish
them upon application of collectors.
It is the duty of each School Board,
Supervisor, and Uvcrsecr of tho Poor to
seo that these taxes are returned.
J. D. Bom.NK, Coin's. Clerk.
Nov. 10 7w.
For stationery ol all kinds go to Mercer's
Drug & Book store.
List of letters remaining in P. O. at Ben
ton P., for week ending Nov. 80, 1888.
Mrs. 8. Wclcs, Mr, Mathew Luxcnburger,
II. Clay Jones, Mr. Ohas. McAfee, Mrs.
Carrie Sclitislcr, Mr. Pcicr Wadcman, Mr
Albert Carpenter, J. B Lunn, B. W. Lunn,
Joshua lies, J, II. Brown, Henry Everett
Leonard Poust, II. 11. Uobberts, Daniel
Glgcr, It. L. Shiiltz. M. F. Nagcl. Jno. W.
Shultz, Lawson Lewis, J. Z Rcbbcrts, E
Sweet, C. B. Melilck, Jacob Snyder, Frank
lln Nagle, It. M. Hhultz, David Robberts.
Persons calling for theso letters will
plcaso say "advertised."
Ella E. Aitlkman, P. M.
For every vatlcty and phase of the many
diseases which attack thu ulr passages of
tho head, throat, and lungs, Aycr s Cherry
Pectoral wl.l be found a specific. This
preparation allays lnllammatlon,conlroU tho
disposition to cough, and prevents con
Suit was brought beforo Esquire Jacoby
by B. F. Rico of Espy, against Dr. Frost
of this place, on Tuesday of last week to
recover dnman.es for breach of contract In
tho sain of a horse. Tho particulars
given at tho hearing wero that Dr. Frost
had entered into an agreement with Mr.
Rico to have a horse brought to bis place
nt n stipulated time, nnd for which he was
to !av $183 00. Dr. Frost afterward re
considered his offer nnd refused to accept
tho horse, when Rico brought suit for $00
damage for breach of contract. Several
witnesses wero called for both sides. O.
8. Herring Esq , represented the plaintiff
and L. 8. Wlntcrstccn Esq., tho defendant.
Esquire Jacoby reserved his decision until
Nov. 23, when ho gave a Judgement of
$15 and costs In favor of tho plaintiff.
For stand lamps, burners and chimneys
of all kinds, go to Mercer's Drug & Book
Barlow Bros. Minstrels showed at tho
Opera Houso Saturday night to a good
sized audicnco. Part of the performance,
especially tho juggling and balancing of
Adrian, and the singing of Master Percy,
wire first class.
The Sydney Worth Company, which
played nt the Opera Housi three nights
this week, was not greeted by as large au
diences as they deserved. Tho plays pre
scuted wero "East Lynne," Pearl ot Sa-
voy," and "Our Bessie," and all wcro
given in a very creditable manner. Miss
Wortu Is a capital young actress anu nas
without doubt u brilliant future
before her in the theatrical field- Miss
Rowley as Barbara Haro in "East Lynne,"
diserves great credit for her work. As
Chonchon In "Pearl of Savoy" sho mado n
decided hit, especially her song of the Lit
tle Mountain Mali, whUh caused much
merlment, and placed her as a favorite
with the people at once
As Lady Montrcssor she rendered tho
part of a typical society woman in a very
An entirely new Hue of samples of wed
ding Invitations Just In, at the Colombian
ofllce. In selecting these goods purchasers
should call In time to permit us to send to
tho city in case we have not on hand what
is selected. Call a week or ten days be.
fore ynu want to use the invitations.
Notice to NuliHCi liters outxlclc of
Statements have been sent out this week
to all subscribers RESIDING OUTSIDE
THE COUNTY who nrj back on Bubscrlp.
tlon. As we are obliged to pa postage on
nil papers going outside tho county we have
adopted Iho Inflexible rule, that all such
subscriptions MUST be paid In advance.
At the very low price of one dollar a year
we can not afford to advance the postage
and take the chance of losing the subscrip
tion, and we therefore expect r. prompt and
Monday, January 21, 1830 Is tho day on
whlrh applications fot liquor licenses will
bo heard by tho court. Tho papers must
bo filed by Saturday, Dec. 20.
Blanks for Hotel, Restaurant nnd Bot
tler's license, with petition, ccrtlllcato and
bond complete aro for salo at tho Coldm.
ntAN ofllce. 8 t
Fine Cabinet portraits only
$3. doz. Life size Crayons only
$10.00. Viewing, copying and
enlarging. Instant process
We aro selling fine Java rlco for 7c.
W.H. BROOKE & CO.
Exchange Hotel Building
Are agents for Julius King's
celebrated spectacles. Tho best
in the world. Hundreds of pairs
to select from and a fit guaranteed.
A lino line of heal seal-skin oArs lust
received at tho popular clothing store ot D.
There is no necessity for any one saying
ho cannot allord to smoko when ho can
buy 0 "Old Virginia cheroots" for 10 cents
from any first class cigar, drug or grocery
store. Alexander Bros & Co., Wholesalo
Agents, Bloomsburg, Pa.
1 seven octave Square Haines & Ilro. ,
Pianos, cood order, rosewood case, modern
style, will be sold cheap for cash or on the
Installment plan to make room for Holiday
Goods, at J. Saltzer's, Bloomsburg, Pa.
We are selling; tapioca for 8c, Hake or
pearl. GREAT EASTERN.
Just received another larco lot of SI. 00
pants still better than the last, to be closed
out within thu next ten days.
Also bargains will bo offered In boys'
and mens woolen shirts; mens' all wool
shirts from 90c up.
Ladles' and mens' underwear of anv kind
cheaper than ever.
Just received another largo lot of wool
blankets and comforts, from $1 a pair
Wool hosiery of all descriptions cheaper
than ever before sold.
Theso goods must bo sold to make room
for Christmas goods. Como early and
J. W. MASTELLER'S N. Y. Store.
Geo. Stock & Co,, Ivors & Pond and Estcy
Pianos for Holiday 1'resenls, at J. Saltzer's,
F. D. Dcntler's is the place to get the
celebrated Douglas $8 and ii shoes,
(.'an't bo beat for the money.
A fine black cashmere glove 20o at
H. . SLOAN'S.
hi d Cloar-Hoaded Men
Abhor the Idea ot an attack of catarrh as thcr do
tho bite of a polnon snako. Yet this foul and most
dldgmtlnirdlseaiols terr common. In Its nrst
stages It occasions vcrj little dticomfort and Is
therefore llabln to bo ncKlecU-d. It Is an Inn&m-
mauon 01 me nnin? mcmurane or the mouth, none
and throat. Tho glands and m mbranrs sncretp a
nutd to keep the mouth, nono and eyes moist,
From cold, debltltr and other causes this fluid Is
apt to bo.too copious! that Is catarrh Plowing
from tho nostrl s It causes weak and watery eves,
Irritates tho non, causes nceilnir, and nnallr the
coughing up andnpectorat on of onenslve matter
mew aroppings win sometimes collect so rapidly
uo uvnriy iu chuku me purauu. unietvi prompt!
treated catarrh lasts for leara. nroducln? dreai
fill results, iho ordinary symptoms are pain In
the eyes and In the forehead over the eyes 1 a dulL
heavy headacho ! obstruction of tho nasal rjaa.
ages; dlncharges falling Into the throat, nnd a
mwi. ouenHivo urcaui. un me nrst sign 01 lis ap
pearance Dr. UrownHSarsaparlllashould be taken
to purify tho blood, for catarrh Is a blood disease.
In chronla cases an Immediate cure must not bo
eipccuxlj but this great regularor of tho blood
win, 11 us use 00 continued, anora spocay reuer
and final cum. liar fever, or cold In tfin linnd. a
dlieasoof summer chiefly, has similar symptoms
and Is cured by this remedy In the same nay. It
Is Important to remember that catarrh, being
Into thi windpipe and lungs and may end In In
curable consumption. You may easily and cheap
ly prevent. 11111 terriuie calamity uj mo use 01
Not genuine, unless made by Ara Warren & Co.,
DtuiKur, aio. mayvoa ly
Evans & Ever, merchant tailors, havo on
hand a fine selection of cloths from which
to pick out a handsome suit. Cull nnd ex
Wo will novcr get left. Watch our ad-
vertlsement as the season advances.
Tho largest stock of boots, shoes and
slippers over brought to Bloomsburg will
bo found at F. D. Dcntler's.
Citron, currants and ralslnB of nil kinds.
for mlnco meat. GREAT EASTERN.
25 doz. illDDcrB lust received for the
holiday trado at K. I). Dcntler's.
C. C. Marr navs 22c for
eggs, 25c for
1 Rosewood Case, 5 octavo Melodcon
only $20 00. Good order, at J. Saltzer's,
For n stylish suit put up In city style,
lcrfcct fit nnd satisfaction always can be
md at D. Lowenberg's merchant tailoring.
Call and bco tho newest slylca.
C. C. Marr sells George Boyd & Bon's
syrup such as you saw and tasted at the
Winter millinery in ladles' hats and
bonnets, trimmings, &c, also misses' and
childrcns' caps In plush, velvet and wool
at E. Barkley's. Latest Btyles, lowest
Go to C. C. Marr for comforts, verv
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERiV !
I o o .
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The largest stock of overcoats In tho I
country can bo seen at D. Lowenberg's
popular ciotuiug store.
All persons visiting Bloomsburg
can buy the
The ' Old Vlrelnla Cheroots" arc
4n...nJ I.. 1...' Tl lfl.I(l1. I tt. 1
iitiucu i7iir iiy I. if iiiiiuutv, luuiuiuuu,
Va., who Is proprietor of tho largest spec
ial cheroot factory In the world. Sold by
retail druggists, grocers and cigar dealers
everywhere. 5 for 10 centn. Alexander
Bros. & Co., Wholesalo Agents, Blooms,
Tho Dunlap, Miller and Youraan stvlca Nov so-tf.
In lints. Full stock just received at the
leading hat store of D. Lowenberg's.
Wo have the best 55.00 hanging lamps In
town. If you don't lielleve us como and see.
TUti U IMS AT AST1U4.
2 full Cabinet Singer Machines onlv 25
dollars each, 8inger Machine plain table, 10
dollars, Singer Machines drop leaf and cov-
cr only 10 dollars at J. Ualtzcr's Uiooms
traits, Cabinet, Panel,
Imperial rid Heroic
size, in viirnctte or
scroll. Life size cray-
manu- ons in gold frame only
$10. Gold, bronze and
oak frames made to
I CLOTHIMG j
ever offered to
a large stock on hand,
the extreme mildness
season, we have determin-
rr,..lpi- tlila liAnrt will ho lnnftrted. f reo of charffP.
oil matters connected with the churches of tho
counts-. Snei-lal mectlnsrs, chanco ot pastor. Im
provements or Injuries to property, and anv thing
nt nutiiin tntprrat nhont. rimrchpfl nt all denomlna-
Hons, 8 inv lieu. I asiura uro epevmuj icnuwi.
to scad in tueir repons.j
The Sunday school of St. Paul's Kplsco-
pal church held its annual Advent service
last Sunday evening. Tho total olferlugs
of the year was $110.83. Besides this tho
Birthday Bor brought In over S3.UU. '1 ills
is passed around every Sunday and scholars
who have had a birthday during tne ween
put in ns many pennies as they are years
old i teachers put In double tbo number.
It is a gord scheme.
Hev. Mr. Lewis who filled the Presby.
terlan pulpit for two months, has taken his
U purl uro from Bloomsburg.
The Episcopal chinch was handsomely
decorated on Thanksgirlng Day, grains
and fruits being blended In a very atlrnc
live manner. The rector, Hev. W. C.
Lcvuett, preached an appropriate sermon
Last Sunday was the first Sunday In Ad.
vent, the beginning of a new year in the
The Young People's Uulld will give a
musical and dramatic entertainment 011 the
11th Inst, at Winona Hall. Admission 15
cents. The following programme will be
1. Overture piano jim.Diuuu
S. Vocal UUCl - miam-a r u ouu 1.1
3 Drum Master Karl V. Wirt
4. Vocal Bolo, .... (violin obllgato) "A tight from
l'lanosolo "Lamartlne Waltzes" Mary Harman
Vocal Duet, "Oil that we two wero Maying,"
MIssMUler, Mr. Wirt
1. Duet, violin and piano, "Song without Words'
.',..; jut. and Mrs. Wirt
Vocal Tilo "Jolly JacKTara' ......
Messrs llouck, Towi.send and Hart
(lunar Duet . .Messrs u. juwi'imuu 11. uiun
Vjcal feolo.,..(a) "Ave Marta,"tn)
ns all that
Klute nolo Mr. M. 11. imnner
Vocal Trio "l'raise 10 ineiora-
...Miss Miller, Messrs. Klwell and Wlatersteen
I can Suy".
Tho Presbyterian congregation Is still
without a pastor,
A Christmas entertainment will bo given
in tho Lutheran Church Monday evening;
DicembcrSlth, Tho exercises will con
sist of cholco music, followed by a short
ChrlstmaB exercise In which Sauta Claus
nlavs tho most Important part. All are
Tho foundation of perpetual youth was
one of tho dreams ot antiquity. It ha been
well uigh realised In Ayir'i Sarsaparlll
whlrh purifies the blood, gives vitality to
t,'l 'he bodily funotlous, aud thus restores
to i-jlivi U of ihe vigor and freshness of
ecrful response to our notices.
Unit llatcH 10 WnHliliiKlott tor tile
inniiifuraiiuii via i-ciuin. u. k.
The Inauguration of Presidont-elcet liar-
rison promises to bo the most largely at
tended as well as the most Interesting oc
casion of the kind ever held In the Nation-
Capital. Political clubs and civic or-
gani ratisns from a majority of tho States,
as well as the militia of all the neighboring
States, will take part in tho inaugural
paradt, while vast throngs of visitors from
all parts ol tho country will swell tho as
semblage. The Inaugural ball will be tho
finest ever given In honor of n new Pres
ident. To accommodate the host of visitors
tbo Pennsylvania Railroad Company will
nrrango a c.mplete servlco ot through
trains to Washington. Besides tho special
movement all regular trains will be run in
as many sections as the demand of travel
require, so that ono may leave any prin
cipal station of tho system on Friday, SaV
urday, or Sunday previous to tho Inaugu
ration, and arrlvo In Washington without
delay. Tho handsome and commodious sta
tion of the comiany Is situated in tho very
liearl of the city, on Pennsylvania Avenue,
on the lino of tho Inaugural procession.
few squares from tbo capltol, and within a
few minutes walk of tho principal hotels
and public buildings.
The capacity of the terminal facilities of
this company was fully demonstrated at
the last inauguration, when 100,000 pas
scngers were handled, wlihout accident or
delay, In forty-eight hours.
In order to enable tho overllow of Wash.
nglon to go to Baltimore for accomoda
tlons tho Pennsylvania Railroad Company
will, 01. March 1st, 2d, 8d, and 4lb, place
on Bale excursion tickets to Baltimore,
good for return trip until March 7th, at
Excursion tickets at halt ratos will be
sold from all ticket stations on tho Penn
sylvania Railroad System, March 1st, 2d,
3d, and 4th, valid for return passage until
The round-trip rate fiom Bloomsburg
Our silk umbrellas Include a largo vari
ety of gold, silver and natural handles.
11. VY. HLUAJN.
Those Genuine hand made alligator slip
pers are the finest ever brought to Blooms.
uurg "at JJentlcr s."
Gents' furnishing goods of every descrip
tion at J-yans ss oyer's.
50 new Sewinc Machines for Holiday
1 resents at J. auzcrs, liioomsourg, l'a.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby wu sick, we gavs her Cwtorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Caori,
Whea she became Mies, she clung to OaatorU,
When she had Children, she gave them Castor!.
The Xmas season is here and you will
always find n good stock of cranberries.
sweet potatoes, celery, nuts ties, and in
fact everything that goes to make a good
Sunday illnner. this UltrJAl JtaAbTliltJN,
A full line ot under clotliinc cheat) and
goou in scanet, grey ana wuite at iowcn
11. IIandi.eiis. ot Greenwood, writes.
Dr. Theel. 538 North Fourth Street. Phlla-
ucipma, is tne greatest or all physicians.
lie cureu me of a caBc ot illooil I'oisonlng
which had progressed so far as to threaten
crcat and lastlne disflcuremenl of the face.
I spent a fortune with so-called advertising
specialists and various doctors. All stiller-1
ers should consult tho Doctor at once.
II M l M
An decant lino of mens', bovs and
youths' slippers in velvet, Plush, goat and
auigaior at uentiers.
A large assortment of fine towels, table
linen and napkins at II. W. SLOAN'S.
A fine lino ot hats, caps,
J, J. Kkixoy. Germantown. Pa., writes. I
that he suffered moro than 10 years from
Nervous Exhaustion and Early Decay and I
that he spent his money with so-called ad
vertising specialists una attacks to noaviu,
until fortunately he heard of Dr. Theel,
538 North Fourth St.. Philadelphia. Pa..
who permanently cured him. He now sayB I
Buuercrs snouiu null Bocnntnc monev tool-
etc., at Eyans ishly and consult Dr. Theel.
LOOK1 LOOKl LOOK I
Too many men's hoy's and chll.
dren's suits nud overcoats. They must bo
sold, nnd to do so wo havo put the knife
Into tucm. A general reduction has been
made. Wo will guatanteo to tell you a
suit or an overcoat irom ono to tnreo aoi-
laiB cheaper than any other establishment
in the county. If we don't wo will refund
the money. Don't forcct tho place. Gross'
New York Store, next door to tho Tea
Store, Bloomsburg, Pa.
2 Six Octave Melodcon at $35 00 each on
payments or $20.00 cash. Good vrdcr at
J. Saltzer's, Bloomsburg, P.i.
Call at Evans & Kyer's and examine their
lino siock 01 overcoats, clothing, under-
Seedlesa raisins. We lust not 25 boxes
tho other day and find them fine, 2 lbs for
SC UHJSAT JSABTJSHN.
A. CJraiicl Idea,
Prof. Geo- II. Kaltcycr, the well-known
chemist of Texas, Investigated tho baking
powder question, aud wrote; "1 submit
ted Prof. Ilorsford's powder (Rumford
Yeast Powder) to a chemical examination,
and found it composed of pure nnd fon.
poisonous materials. The Idea of Prof.
llorsford was Indeed, a grand one, In sup
planting tho indigestible tartrates, which
aro thu tlnal rctult ot all cream tartar bak
ing powders, by tho soluble phosphates,
the very nutritive properly of bread, and
the bono.produclng elements of nature. It
iiceitulnly thu best and most healthful
bread-raising preparation ever otfercd to
CoiiHiiniptlou Hurcly Cured.
To the Epitoii Plcaso Inform your read
ers that I havo a positive remedy for the
abovo named disease. By Its timely use
thousands of hopeless cases have been per
manently cured. I sbull bo glad to send
two bottles of my remedy ritBS to any of
your readers who havo consumption If they
will send mo their express aud post oltlc
address. Respectfully, T. A. 8LOCUM
M. U. 181 Pearl 8t Now York, sept.21.ly
Stamping of all kinds done to order
Now Yotk's latest styles of pattern used,
Rock Strcctt 2nd door below Market ot,,
L.OHII I.OHtl I.OHtl r.OHtl
It you don't buy of Gross, the Now Yoik
Clothier, you will lose a bargain. Look at
tills; A gentleman's overcoat formely
sold at si.w, now tor ti-UU: a ciuiu's over.
coat sold at $3 50 now $2 S3; a good all
woo! mans' suit, no slioddy, now f7.00' an.
other reduced from $7.00 to 5.00. A corres.
ponding reduction in tho whole stock,
We must reduce our Btock, it is too larcei
aud to do o we havo cut prices. Don't
miss this or It will be your fault. Gross'
New York Clothing Store. Bloomsburg,
Wo are buying oranges In large lots and
kuow wo can do you good.
25 new Organs at J, Saltzer's for Holiday
rrescnts at an prices anil on easy terms.
The GREAT EASTERN comes forward
with thousands ot bargains this tlmo of
year, for those who arc hunting something
to make somo ono lupny. Wo arc ready
for you. Our stock of crockery and fine
glassware was never so complete ns now,
and prices never bo low. We will only
quote you a fo.v prices, and extend to all
a hearty welcome to Inspect our Immense
A full 13 piece chamber Bet for 4Q.00,
Dcitcr lor au.ou. luese are lino coods.
Goblets 50c. per doz. Extra largo tumblers
40c. per doz. Tho handsomest cako stand
In town for 35c 25 different patterns of
cream jugs at soc.
The best and largest stock ot rubbers to
bo found In Uloomsuurg at r , D. Dentlet's.
Our lino of silk and linen handkerchiefs
for Christmas is now ready, also an tie'
gunt assortment of Bilk Mufflers. Call
aud sxumluo. il. W, bLOAN.
Opera Pianos, best medium prlco pianos
lu thu market sold on Installment plan, $25
uawu anu ten uouars monuiiy nt mutter s,
Buy your winter underwear at Evans &
IMIch! IMleu! ItcllIllK IMIch.
Symptoms Moisture 1 lntensu itchlnc and
Bunging; most nt nlglit; worse by scratch
ing. If allowed to continue tumors form.
which often bleed and ulcerate, becoming I
very sore, ewayncs Ulntmcnt slops the
Itching and bleeding, heals ulceration, and
in most cases removes the tumors. At
druggists, or by mall, for 50 cents. Dr.
Swayne & Son, Philadelphia, may-4-ly,
Kciciuil, Itclly, Hculy, Hklu
The simnlo annllcatlon ot "Swavne's
uintment," wimoul any internal medicine
will euro any case of Tetter, Bait Rhtum
uingworm, rues, 1 ten. sores, l'imnies. 1
Eczema, all Scaly, Itchy Skin Eruptions,
no matter now obstinate or long standing.
It is potent, effective, and costs but atritle
Dr Thool, the celebrated Specialist has yet
to receive a case or special disease, ner
vous und kidney disease, or blood poison
mat 110 did not nrommlv arrest in its pro
gress and permanently euro. We would
advise all suffering to consult the Doctor,
personally or uy letter, nts Knowledge and
power of healing is most marvelous. Of
llce 638 North Fourth Street, Philadelphia,
THE HOMLIEST MAN in BLOOMSBURG
as well asthohandsomest.and others aro in
vited to call on any druggist and get tree a
trial bottlo of Kemp's Balsam for the
throat and lungs, a remedy that is selling
entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed
to euro and relievo all chronic and acute
coughs, nsthma, bronchitis and consump
tion. Price 60 cents and $1.
Wantid. Buckwheat flour will be
ken on subscription at this olllce.
Deo. 7. G. W. Bogart, administrator of
Reuben Bogart, will sell real estate in
Hemlock Township, at 2 o'clock r, m.
Foit Sale. Two good storo properties,
x dwclline houses and flvo farms for
sale by M. P. Lulz, Insurance and Real
Estate Agent, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Foil Sale- A dcslratile and commodious
residence on Main, street, supplied with
water, gas anil steam. Apply to
jan'JUtr. L. N. Moykii.
Deo. 15 William II. Unancst will ex.
pose valuablo real estate to public salo on
thu premises, in Fislungcreek township,
sale commencing at 1 o'clock.
Deo. 13. E. W. Alexander will sell
horses, cows, pigs, chickens, farming uten
scls, grain nnd much moro at 10 o'clock
a. in. on tho premises in Benton townshin
near Charles Ash's.
Jan. 6. Isaiah Bower executor of Isaac
Bower, deceased, will sell valuable real cs.
tu'.o in uriarcreek township, at 10 a. m. on
TiiVitapAY Dkcemueh 27. Geo, Ruckle,
Bliuiuev lur ueira ui r. liuui'lll uucKln.
ilt'coased, will sell valuable real estate, In
Utnt Mrcet. uommencinir at 1 o'clock n
1 111, 11 is a two story dwelling houto and
wen calculated lor two lamiuei,
0OTOTfflts for Wm,
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Overrate for CMMreniu
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