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:FUIDAY, FEBRUARY lfi, 1880.
C0B1CT RAILROAD Till TABLE.
BLOOMSBUUU 80LLIVAN HAILltOAD
Taking effect MONDAY. NOVUMUEK SB, 168?.
'Ar. Ar. Ar. Lv. Lv. Lv.
STATIONS, t. M. r. x. a.m. a.v. r. u. r. k.
Bloomsburg........ e?8 l 03 8 09 S3 1 lio
Main Street 18 18 63 7 68 8 48 S 38 5 51
Irondale 16 IS 50 7 M 8 43 S 42 6 M
Paper Mill ......... 6 08 IS 40 7 48 8 58 2 f2 7 01
Llghtstreet. 05 K 85 7 4? 9 00 2 67 7 08
Orangevllle 6 M 12 20 7 85 10 3 so Tit
Forks, 6 45 12 00 7 SO 9 25 3 84 7 31
TubbS 5 42 11 63 7 15 9 30 3 42 7 86
Stillwater......... 5 87 11 45 7 10 9 87 8 60 7 41
Ilenton 5 28 11 80 7 00 9 47 4 15 T 62
EdSOns, B S3 11 SO 0 M 9 61 4 0 7 6?
COlesCreeH, ...... 6 20 11 15 0 52 9 66 4 24 8 00
Bugarloaf 5 IS 11 10 G 49 10 00 4 28 8 05
Laubacbs, S U 11 05 45 10 04 4 33 8 10
Central..: 6 06 10 67 6 88 10 12 4 40 8 15
ECHO Parle. 6 03 10 62 6 26 10 16 4 43 8 19
Jamison city.... 6 00 10 4,5 0 39 10 20 4 to 8 25
LT. Lt. Lt. Ar. Ar. Ar
r. it. a h. jl. u. i. m. r. m. r. x.
Trains on the r. & K. It. K. leave Uupertis
7:22 a. m. 11:04 a. m.
3:49 p. m. 6:20 p. m.
Tralnaontlte D. L. & W. It. li. leave Bloomsburg
7:19 a. m. 8:32 a. m.
10:51 a. m. 12:06 p. m.
'2:24 p.m. 4:18 p.m.
C-M p. m. 6:47 p. m.
Trains on tin N.SW.B. Hallway pass Bloom
Ferry as follows :
10:46 a. m. 11:65 a. m.
t.26 p. m. 4-30 p. m.
10:16 a m 6:39 p m
FgnmuitY 21. John lillllilme will sell
valuable horses, cattle, farm Implements,
wagons, sleds, harness, household goods,
etc. etc., at his residence In Madison town,
ship at 0 o'clock a. m.
March 2. Louisa Wolf, ndmlnistiatrix
of Henry Wolf deceased, will sell twenty
four acres of land In Fishlngcreek township
containing house, barn(ctc. on the premises
at 10 a. m.
Mahou 2nd. Joseph Weiss, agent, will
sell valuablo personal property at public
salo on the premises at Lime llldge at 10
o'clock sharp. Horse, cow, farm Imple
ments and machinery, household goods,
Makou G. Margaret Ulrich will sell
horses, cows, pigs, &c. on Shcatlcr farm,
near Jcrseytown, at 9 a. m.
Makou 7. Geo. B. Derrick will sell
horses, cows, harness and other valuable
personal property at the residence of D. W.
bobbins in Pine twp. at 10 o'clock a. m.
Maroii 8th. E. W. M. Lowe will sell
valuable personal property, on tho premises
at Irondale at 10 o'clock a. ra.
Makou 8. Daniel Yocum will sell horses,
cows, pigs, farm machinery, household and
kitchen furnituro on his premises In Hem
lock townshin, across tho creek at Red
Hock bridge at 10 a. m.
Mahou 13. William Ash will sell per
sonal property on his premises In Fishing
creek township, at 10 a. m.
March 14. The administrators of Bamuel
Nungcssor will sell a tarm In Beaver town,
ship on the premises at 10 a. m.
Mahou 14. 0. A. Harman will sell
horses, cattle, farm machinery, wagons,
sleds, etc., at his residence In Mlfllln twp.
at half past nine o'clock, a. in.
Mahou 21. John Zaner will sell farming
Implements and live stock on his premises
In Fishlngcreek township. About twenty
head of horses will be sold.
Foit Sale. Thirty aces of timber land In
Pine township, two acres cleared, property
of Mrs. Mary A. Joyal. Inqulro of Geo.
E. Elwell, Bloomsburg, for terms, tf
For Sale. Fifty-sevcn acres of land In
Bugarloaf township, being part of the
Wolcott Harvey farm. Good farm land,
and a valuable timber tract. Inquire ot
Geo. E. Elwell, Bloomsburg. tf
Foit Sals. A valuable farm In Madison
Township containing 115 acres, fine build.
Ings. Will be sold on easy payments. If
not sold at private salo by July 1st, will be
sold at public sale. For terms inquire of
J. B. Williams, Bloomsburg. tf.
Foit Bale. Three good store properties,
twelve dwellings, six farms, two grist mills,
one saw mill, also a good farm of 807 acres
In Virginia, by M. P. Lutz, Insurance and
Ileal Estate Agt, Bloomsburg. Pa
Fob Bale. A farm, situated In Frosty
Valley, 87 acres, good timber land, bouse
and barn, good well of water, young apple
orchard, etc. Must bo sold by 1st of
March. Apply to J. B. Williams, Blooms
Foit Bale. A desirable and commodious
residence on Main street, supplied with
water, gas and steam. Apply to
jan20tf. L. N. Moyib.
Foil Sale. An elegant walnut sideboard
with large mirror, as good as new, will bo
sold cheap. Inquire at Columbian office, tf.
Wanteu. Immediately. Two girls want
ed at Brown Bro's., tailors.
F. A. lkelcr has been chosen president
of his class at Lafayette College.
Mr. and Mrs. ('. P. Bloan celebrated the
20th aautvereary of their marriage on
It. B. Bowman, editor of the lierviek In
dependent, has been re-appointed post-malt-erat
Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Bliattuck left Thursday
of last week for Florida, where they will
remain fur some time.
Tho river was closed wllh Ice last week
sufficiently strong tor foot passengers.
Hiram Karns of Btillwater was In town
on business Tuesday.
Blnd Tom at tho Bloomsburg Opera
House next Baturday.
Fins Cabinets If vignette or scroll,
tf M'Klllip Bros.
M. 0. Woodward is a candldato for ro
election for Constablo of this town.
Wo are told by thoso who know thit
when a man govs fox hunting, one gun In
llio hand is worth two In tho wagon.
Mrs. Jesse Hicks was affitcttd with a
stroke of palsy Baturday of lift week, At
this writing she is much better.
Ltfo lzo crayons in gold frames only
tf M'Klllip Bros.
Grandpa Aurand Is tho way tho people
peak of the popular landlord of tho Cen
tral Hotel since tho Arrival of his grand
daughtcr, now nearly tlirco weeks old,
Don't fall to call at F. D. Dcntlcr's shoo
toro and get tho benefit of the discount of
10 per cent, which he gives on boots and
shoes from now cm till March 1st.
Cow or no cow, Improvement or no Im
provement seems to bo tho Issuo ot our
township, next Tuesday, Tho election of
councllmen will absorb all other interests.
11. F. Everett met n 1th a acrlous acci
dent last Friday, at Benton. Ho was un.
loading tlos and had his thumb and Index
finger badly crushed.
White, Conner & Bloan, Orangevllle Pa.
offer for Bale a full lino ot bob sleds, hand
and power corn shelters, also the cele
brated Lion fodder cutter and crusher, tf
Blind Tom will glvo two of his wonder
ful piano recitals at tho Opera House next
Saturday afternoon and evening, Matlnco
admission for children, 15 cents.
Prothonotury Bnyder, and Freeze, Quick,
nephew of Deputy Prothonotary G. M.
Quick, went out fox hunting on Tuesday
on Sharp Hldgo. They captured two foxes
after a few hours work.
On Thursday ot last week the directors
of tho First National Bank elected I. W.
McKclvy President ot the bank, to succeed
0. II. Paxton, deceased. J. P. Tub tin was
elected a director.
Tho Catawlssa instituto will commence
Friday night Feb. 15th, with a frco lecture
In tho M. E. church by Dr. G. G. GroiT act
ing President of Buckncll University.
Judge Ikclcr'a salo of personal property
ou Ills farm near Light Street will bp held
on Baturday the 23d day ot March next at
10 a. m.
'lho world-wide reputation of Ayer's Bar.
saparilla is tho natural result of Its surpass
ing value as a blood medicine. Nothing
in the whole pharmacopoeia, effects more
astounding results, tu scrofula, rheumatism
general debility, and all forms of blood
disease, than this remedy.
Mrs. John Klnalev llvinrr nt lluntlnrrdon
Creek, went up stairs Thursday morning to
mane tue beds, bhortly afterward her
mother hearing a noise wen', up stairs to
flud t'u aUso and found Mrs. Kinsley bad
dropped dead. Heart disease is supposed
to be the cause.
Dr. Bhattuck's Ucllanthus, the Rapid
Oxygen Cure for consumption is a scientific
comblnatlonof Oxygen and oil of Ucllan
thus and has proved the best remedy in the
market for all throat and lung troubles.
The marvelous rapidity with which It cures
a cough is creating a big salo for it
A rare opportunity is presented for somo
enterprising townsman to represent a
Nursery firm that warrants stock to be de
livered in prime condition, so that a large,
honorable and permanent trado can be built
tip. Very liberal terms to the right man.
Address, James E. Whitney,
Jan 2C-3m. Rochester, N. Y.
The prospects for the shoo factory, arc
bright. Stock to tho amount of $20,000
has already been subscribed and promised,
and it Is probable that sufficient will be
secured to make the factory a sure thing.
It will bo located on Seventh street. This
kind ot stock has proved profitable else
where, and there Is no reason why It
should not be here.
Sylvester Pursel, of Hemlock township,
had a paralytic stroke last Friday. For
somo time past he has complained of a
numbness In his fingers and arms. About
four o'clock on Friday morning he called
his wife and told her that his left side was
paralyzed. Ho continued to grow worse
all day, but by evening It was checked
through the efforts of Dr. Montgomery.
Since then ho has been slowly improving,
and is now able to sit up. Mr. Pursel Is
seventy years old.
Tho contract for building the Rupert &
Bloomsburg Railroad has been awr.rded to
Col. Jameson, who will commence work at
once. 'The track is to be laid by May 1.
This will form a connecting link between
tho Philadelphia & Reading and the
Bloomsburg & Sullivan, and it is expected
that when it is completed, that trains will
leaye here in the morning, reaching Phila
delphia at noon, and returning, leave the
city at about 5 r. m. and reach here at
midnight, thus enabling one to go to the
city, spend five huurs there, and get home
tbo same day.
Mrs. M. L. Marcley died at her home on
East Street, Bloomsburg, early Monday
morning, after being confined to her bed
about four weeks. For the past year she
was under treatment for that drad di
sease consumption, but no medicine seem
ed to have any effect upon her. The last
few days of her life was spent with much
suffering, yet kind friends ministered unto
her in her closing hours. Eight years ago
her husband was burled, and one year ago
her oldest son. Mrs. Marcley was 47 years
2 months and 17 days of age. Ono daught
er and a son are left to mourn tho loss of a
kind mother. Funeral services were held
Wednesday afternoon. Interment In Rose
B. I. Price, son-in-law of Samuel Ney-
hard of this town, went west a couple of
years ago and located at Denycr, where ho
is now the manager of tbo Denver Optical
Company. He established a high reputa.
tlon here as an optician, and we are glad
to know that he Is appreciated in his west
ern home. Tho Colorado Exchange Jour
nal thus speaks of him: "B. I. Price, spe
cialist, manager of tho company, i also
the consulting examiner, a gentleman
whom lt is a genuine pleasure to meet,
and whose knowledge of tho details of the
business Is most thorough. Mr. Prlco tills
prescriptions for many of the most promi
nent oculists of the west, with whom he
has an established reputation."
Notwithstanding the bad weather, last
night a large-sized audience assembled In
Library Hall to boar the unique perform
ance of Blind Tom. Sinco his luft visit
here, Tom has enlarged his repertory some
what, and the entertainment last night
was unusually diversified. As an inspired
player of the piano-forte, deriving his skill
from no school or teacher, Blind Tom is
certainly an unxplalncd phenomenon. In
what may be called the serious part of his
programme, this musical wonder played
from tho works of Beethoven, von Weber,
Goltschalk, Pease, and other great masters,
with his usual intuitive skill and fineness.
Tho vocal numbers were more curious
than artistic. Tern's Imitations were, as
usual, remarkably clever, and his piano
forta reproduced the musical effects of var.
iouB Instruments with exactness. Newark,
N. J., Aditrtuer,
Bloomsburg Opera House, Saturday,
Feb. 10th, atternoon and evening.
Imlgrants and returning voyagers find
Ayer's Barssparilla a cure for eruptions,
bolls, pimples, ecezma, etc, whether result
ing from sca-dlet and life on ship-board, or
from any other cause. Its value us a (onto
and alterative medicine cannot bo overestimated.
In order to rcduco stock I will from now
on till tho lit day ot March give n dis
count of 10 percent, on boots and shoes.
F. D. Dcntler.
List ot letters remaining In the Post Of
fice at Bloomsburg for week ending Feb.
Mr. Frank Caldcronc, Mrs. Abigail Cox,
Mr. Lcavcrn, J, II. Kasc, Mrs. Susan
lt'lnc, Mr. M. E. Kayoc, John Nichlcs
Obcrondcr, Llzzlo Roesc, Fcrdlnando Ros
sic, Miss Crona Smith, Mr. Dr. Waits.
Mr. M. G. Schcvcrn.
Persons calling for theso letters will
please say "advertised."
Georqe A. Clark, P. M.
Dr. W. II. Houso, tho dentist, has adopt
ed in his practlco tho Uayis new process ot
and npparalus for generating and applying
anesthetics. An editorial In the Clnclnat
tl Medical Journal says: "The Hayes an
aisthetlo Apparatus was recently exhibited
to somo of tho promlnont physicians and
dentists In this city. A gentleman present
was anaesthetized and bo exhibited none of
the unpleasant symptoms which so fre
quently accompany the giving of an antes
tbetlc, such as a sense of suffocation,
coughing, pallor, 'retching, or a senso of
dizziness. Tho comfort to the
Individual inhaling the amesthetto is qulto
In coutrast to the ordinary coughing, retch
ing and vomiting." Dr. Houbc always
keeps up with tho times.
At a meeting of tho Directors ot the
First National Bank of Bloomsburg, held
Feb. 7, 1880, the following action was
Whereas, In tho providence of God, Mr.
Charles R. Paxton, President of this Bank,
on Feb. 1st Inst, was removed by death.
Jlesolved, That we the Board ot Directors
of the First National Bank of Bloomsburg,
hereby express our sincere sorrow at tho
severance of his relation with us.
Resolved, That we bear testimony to bis
worth ot character, his recognized ability
and deration to the Interests ot this Bank;
and his fidelity In the conduct of its busi
ness. Resolved, That the success of this institu
tion Is owing In a large 'cgrco to the wise
counsels and faithful service ot its lato
President, who for a period of twenty-five
years has given direction to Its affairs.
Resolved, That wo tender his family in
their bereavement our sincere sympathy.
Resolved, That these resolutions be placed
upon our minutes, be published in the
Bloomsburg papers and a copy ot the same
be sent to Mrs. Paxton.
J. P. Testis, Cas.
Dentil of Geo. Krc-nmer.
Mr. George Kreamer died at his home in
Berwick, Friday of last week from apoplexy.
About one year ago ho was first attacked,
last summer he had another, and Sunday
tho 3d received tho last which resulted In
his death on the 8tb. Ho was 77 years, 5
months and li) days ot age. He was burled
at Kitchen's church, in Mt. Pleasant town.
ship, Sunday the 10th, In the graveyard
which he had laid out upon his own farm.
Ills sister was buried February 10th 1888,
just one year prior to his burial. Mr.
Kreamer was a resident of this town for
many years, but moved to Berwick about
four years ago. He was a member of tho
M. E. Church for sixty years, and one of
the class lenders for over twenty years. He
was much respected and leaves many
friends to mourn his loss. We arc request
ed by friends ot the deceased to thank the
kind friends of ML Plea?ant for their hos
pttallty, for which they will ever feel
ADJUDGED OOILTY OP THE MURDER OF PAY
Wilkesbarre, February 11. When
court assembled nt nine o'clock this morn
ing the trial of Michael Rlzzello was im
mediately resumed. As on every previous
morning since tbo trial began the Court
llouso was Burrounded by a large crowd
and to-day, for tho first time, there was
noticed a disposition toward riot and dls.
order. The crowd at tho rear door when
Miko was brought down from jail aur"
rounded the van with shouts and jeers and
had lt not been for the active work of sev
cral policemen they might have attempted
violence. In front, too, tbo crowd was
very disorderly und made a resolute ef
fort to forco their way into lho court room,
the result being several heads broken by
policemen's batons. At 0:15 Judge Rice
ordered the case to proceed and John Gar-
man, one of tho counsel for the defense,
made u long and able plea tor the prisoner.
He laid great stress upon tho fact that
Mike was not a tree agent, and was acting
under the tear of Bevivino and the secret
society of Mafia, to which the latter belong
ed. District Attorney Dartc closed the case
In a masterly summary tor tho Common
wealth, and then Judge Rico commenced
his charge to the jury. He spoke for over
an hour, defining clearly the law on tho
subject ot murder and thv different grades
as fixed by the Pennsylvania statute. Ho
instructed them that the killing ot Paymas
ter McClurc was, under the defendent's
own testimony, murder in the first degree,
and tho only question to decide was wheth
er the defendant had been a principal or
only an accessory, and whether he bad
been a free agent or acting under tho coer
cion ot Bevivino and Villalla. It was 12:15
when be finished his charge and the jury
They were out just flfty-flve minutes and
returned with a verdict of "guilty of mur
der In tho first degree." There was not a
dissenting voice and as each man's namo
was called ho stood up and said "guilty."
He vas then asked in what degree and tho
answer came "first degree." The verdict
was followed by Jeering and demonstra
tions ot approval. One of the jurymen as
sured your reporter that the Jury was ea
tlrely unanimous at the beginning. They
bcllovcd the evidence against him was con
clusive. That he shot McCluru was prov
en. Tho bullet which entered tho pay
master's back and passed clear through the
lung, lodging Just beneath the skin at tho
breast, must have been fired by Mike, be.
cauio be was the only ono behind the bug
gy. After retiring to their room the Jury
took time to smoke, elect a foreman and
then a ballot was taken. Every man vot
ed "guilty ot murder In tho first degree,"
therefore but one ballot was necessary.
When the crowd at tho rear ot the court
room outside the building was wafted the
news that tho verdict was "guilty" a
mighty cheer arose and it was re-echond
throughout tho surrounding streets.
Shortly afterward tho prisoner, heavily
Ironed, was brought out surrounded by
officers with drawu batons. There was
much jeering on tho part of tbo surging
crowd aq( somo exhibition ot a hostile do
munstratlon, but the murd.crcr was placed
safely In tbo van tud driven to the prison.
During all this time he betiaycd no fear
whatever, and appeared to bo as cuul as
any of tho men who surrounded Mm. Ho
will be brought befoie court for scutence
Sick hi-idiiche it, readily cured by Hood's
K'ir-upu a, whch tones and regulates the
ilivxilnn, and creates an appetite.
(Undtr this head will be l&Mrttd. tra of charg,
all cutters connected with th churches of th
countjr. Bpoclalmwtlnirs, change of pastor. Im
provement or Injuries to property, and any thing
ot publla Interest about churches of all denomina
tions. Is Invited. Pastors aro specially requested
to Bond In their report!
Tho Young People's Guild of St. Pauls'
Episcopal church will give a "Dunkey
Party with variations" on Friday evening
Pub. 15th, 1880, at tho homo ot Mr. Geo.
8. Bobbins. All aro cordially Invited.
Thero was a sparring match In Apple
man's hall at Benton Baturday ovenlnir,
February Dili, between Gcorgo Smith of
Cambria and Tommy Joncb ot Danville.
Four rounds wcro fought when Jones was
declared tho winner. Thero was present
about 125 to witness tho sport. Tho win
ner received 05 per cent, ot tho gato re
ceipts, tho loser 85.
I'or Over Three Montlm
my son suffered night and day with rhoma
tlsm; so much so that ho was unable to
feed himself. Your Sulphur Bitters cured
blm, and lam trully thankful to say they
are an honest medicine. Mrs. W. H. Carle
ton wlfo tf Deacon Carleton, First Baptist
Church, Winchester Mass. 2-t
Reunion or the 1091(1 ReKlmcnt,
A meeting of soldiers ot the 200th Regi
ment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, was held
at Boiling Springs on the evening of tho
19th Instant, for tho purpose of taking
steps toward holding a reunion and form
ing a Regimental organization.
Lieut. R. H. Wcbbcrt was elected PresI
dent, and M. A. Emblck Secretary. Capt.
John B. Landls, It. R. Craighead and
Rergt. 8. D. Zelglcr wero placed on tho ex
ecutive Committee. Tho following coun
tlcB contributed Companies to this Regi
men): A, Capt. John B. Landis, and F,
Capt. Henry Lee, were from Cumberland
county; Company B, Capt. Henry W.
Bpanglcr and I, Capt. John Klugh were
from York county; Company C, Capt.
Robert Lltzuger was from Cambria county;
Company D, Capt. James McCullough lrom
Franklin county; Company E. Capt. A. C.
MenBch, from Columbia county; Company
0, Capt. C. F. Ulnkle from Adams county;
Company K, Capt. Jacob Wcidle from
Lebanon county; Company H, Capt. W. H.
Miller from Lehigh county.
It was decided to hold the reunion nt
Carlisle, on tho 25th of March next, tho
anniversary ot the battlo of Fort Steadman,
and nothing will be spared to make it a
full nnd pleasant one. Among those who
will be present are Major General John F.
Ilartranft, Division Commander; Col. I. B.
Kaufman, who takes his meals lu Iowa
now instead of in Libby Prison; Lieut.
Col. G. W. Frederick of Philadelphia and
others, who will be here to meet again the
boys they once commanded.
It is earnestly desired that all soldiers of
the 200 Rcgt., at once send their names
and addresses, by letter or postal card to
the Secretary so that arrangements can bo
made for hotel accommodations and rail
road transportation. Address all letters
M. A. Emiiiok, Bect'y
Cutnb. Co., Pa.
All members of Co. E, 200th Regt. who
can attend the above reunion, aro request
ed to report to Geo. W. Sterner, lato color
sergeant of 209th Rcgt, Bloomsburg, Pa.,
in time so that he can send names to the
Your liver Is out of order because your
kidneys do not eliminate the poisons from
the system, but two or three bottles of Dr.
Bhattuck's Rest Cure Specific will strength
en and create a new life for you.
Jom-pli W. licuclcrHhott.
The oldest natlvo born citizen of Blooms
burg passed away on Sunday thclOtb lost,
at 8 a. m., by tho death of Mr. Joseph W.
HendcrshotL He was stricken with paraly
sis on Wednesday the 0th Inst., and re
mained unconscious until he breathed his
last. He was born Feb. 4, 1809, died Feb.
10, 1880, 8 days after he had passed his 80th
birthday. Although his death was not un
expected, the mournful news Is saddeninir
to all who admire the beautiful traits of his
upright life, and particularly so to thoso
bound to him by the ties of nature. His
life was typical ot the cardinal virtues of a
truo christian. Mr. Hendcrshott has
been quite feeble for a number of years,
and was cared for during tbo last years of
his life by his youngest daughter, Mrs. H.
W. Sloan. He was born on tho Hendcr
shott farm located on tbo bank of tho
Susquehanna river, which he possessed at
tho time of his death. His parents located
this land when Bloomsbvrg contained but
a few log houses. Ills mother died In 1800.
After the death ot his father, In 1830, ho
continued the business of farming, later be
associated with this tho grocery, feed and
coal business at tho canal. In 1850 be re
tired from the farm and continued to reside
In East Bloomsburg until the death of Ills
He leaves to mourn bis loss four children
Norman, Mrs. Lavilla II., wife ot Dr. A. B.
Jameson ot Washington, Albert F., also lu
business In Washington, und Mrs. Annie
M., wife ot II. W. Sloan.
Tbo funeral took place on Tuesday after
noon from tho house, Interment in Rose-
Tho services were conducted by Rev. W.
0. Levcrott of Bt. Paul's Episcopal Church,
ot which the deceased waB a member, and
whero he served for many years as a ves
tryman. Court I'rocecdliiifH,
6adlo Koons vs. Alfred Koons, divorce
Commonwealth vs. L. Fettcrman, S.
Mourer, A. E. Fetterman, N. Bbroup and
P. Bhoup, forcible entry and detainer, and
cutting timber trees. Defendants entered
into recognizance in $500 In each case for
appearance at next session, and to abide
the order of tho court.
Monday, Feb. 11, Citation awarded in
estate ot Jesse Johnson.
Commonwealth vs. Geo. Ruckle, nol
Commonwealth vs. Robert lledrlcb, nol
Widows' appraisement In estate of Bam
uel Long filed.
Tbo usual orders tor jurors at May court
John Vandermark vs. Anna M. Vandcr.
mark, eubpccLa In divorced awarded.
Amendment ot petition to sell real cs
talo ot Bamuel Mears filed.
Charles Stewart appointed guardian of
Mlnnlol., Sarah K., Harry E., John A.,
and Muggio M, Stewart minor children of
Estate ot Maria Coleman, a lunatic, pe
tition ot committee for discharge filed.
John Leggott, Win. Karsbner and Joseph
W. Eves appolutcd viewers ot road In
Brlarcreck near 11. B. Keek's.
Estate ot Wm. Johnston, real estate or
dered sold, purpart No. 3 allotcd to D. IL
Johnston for 1350.
Balo ordered in citato of Bamuel Loug.
Auditor's report In estate of Geo. Fedder
Auditors report la estato ot Edward
Crawford confirmed nisi.
Sale ordered In estate ot John O. Jones.
Sale ordered In estate of Elizabeth
Thomas Northrup v, J, F. Harvey, re
port of commissioners In partition confirm
Gw. E Elwell continued as auditor In
estate of D. W. Waller,
Order ot sale continued In estate of
Joseph R. Patton.
N. U. Funk continued aud'tor In estate
of Jacob DcmotL
J. II, Maize continued auditor In rstato
of Henry Lltwllcr.
Estato of Phillip Miller, rulo to show
causo why administrator shall not apply
for order of salo, and fllo an account.
Stephen Vanhoutcn vs. Barah Vanhou.
ten, divorce, B. W. Dickson appointed
commissioner to tako testimony.
R. It. Llttlo continued auditor In estato
of William Bltler.
Ann Ruch vs. James R. Ruch; A. K.
Oswald continued as master.
Application of II. Dclghmlller to satisfy
mortgage, publication ordered.
Estato ot John Johnson, exceptions to
Inquest, rule to show cause granted.
W. B. Cole vs. II. B. Cole, rule to show
cause why judgment shall not bo opened.
J. U. Malzo continued auditor In estato
of Mary C. Peterman.
J. 11. Maize continued auditor in estate
of Abram Lltwllcr.
J. M. Clark uppolnted auditor In estato
of Geo. W. uell.
Elizabeth Bnyder vs. W. U. Bnyder,
Jennto A. Frcy vs. Thomas Frey, publi
W, Blnilt ct at vs. 11. O. Wcrts, judge
mcnt for plaintiff In replevin.
O. 0. Evans appointed auditor in estato
of Thomas Polk.
H. E. Smith appointed auditor In estato
of Anna Young.
J. II. Malzo appointed auditor to distri
bute proceeds of salo of Bryn Sion church.
Court fired March 20th .at 0 a. m., for
Adjourned to Wednesday nt 3 p. m. for
purpose of acknowledging sheriff's deeds.
Thero will be a session of court on Satur
day morning for general business.
CoiiHUtuptlon Murely Cured
To the Editor Pleaso Inform your read,
era that I have a positive remedy for tho
abovo named disease. By Its timely use
thousands of hopeless cases havo been per,
mancntly cured. I shall be glad to send
wo bottles of my remedy free to any of
your readers who havo consumption If they
will send me their express and post oltlc
address. Respectfully, T. A. SLOOUM
M. C.lfil Pearl St.,'New York. scp',21.1y
rnii.AOKLrniA, Monday, Feb. 11, 1S89.
We know of no oilier roof
that covers such a stock of
Black Dress Goods. We are
all the time gothering from
French, German, and English
looms whatever sort you can
most wisely buy. Take what
one manufacturer sends us as a
sample of all.
Henrietta. sso tot.
Drap d'Alraa, I1.S5, t-1.50, $l.T5, and $3.60.
Venetian Cloths, f i, S1.25. 11.50, $1.
Ulalrette, $1, 11.25, 11.50, fl.75, s.
Tamlse, $1, l.t3, 1.50.
Convent Cloth, tl, tl.9, SLtttf, f 1.S0.
Hallway cord, $1, 11.25.
Camel flair. fl.SS, $1.50, 11.75, u f!.rA
Mourning Cloth (Alys), 11.85, 11.50, t!.T5, ,
Veilings, II, $1 25, fl.SOtotS.
Veils (IV to fi to li.
Tamlae, 5C, T5c. tl.
Albatross, sac, 75c, 850, tl.
Camel Hair Grenadine, 15c, to 1.75.
India stripes, si.
India cameUlalr, light weight, tl to $2.50.
Mourning Cloth, 75c, to $1.50.
Chalus, 650 to $1.25.
Veilings for dresses, (Oc to $1.
Melrose, 750 to 11.25.
Drap d' Alma, C5o to 11.
Venetian Cloth, $1 to $1.50.
Twilled Surah, S5o to 1.5).
We stand behind every stuff on
the list weave, color, finish,
Three more lines nearly as
full. Have you any doubt
where the Black Dress Goods
trade is being done?
If they are not 25 per cent
off value other people's value
then we give up our guess
We mean the Black Surahs,
the 26 inch wide sort, at 75
cents, well worth $1, and the
other sort, 22 inch wide, at 65
cents, equally worth 85 cents.
They have been fetching the
higher prices. The lower
prices are no fetich to gammon
with or myth to mystify, but
facts, hard facts, worth all your
Black Surah faith.
We crow for the real Shang
hai. Honest for once is the
heathen Chinee, and he beats
out the French Foulard.
Our India Silks produced by
Art and Nature, brought by
Commerce. We have said
boastful things of them not
vainglorious. We boast more
each day as the choice grows
greater of the styles exclusively
Come look on them in the
first coming brightness. The
widths 24 to 28 inches.
prices 75 cents to $1.50.
patterns types cannot
them, nor the colors.
Converted Mohairs, Per
haps they started In the natural
gray to be men's coatings, but
here they are exquisite dress
goods. Converting is important
in the evolution ol many dress
goods. It takes a wool, cotton,
or mohair fabric in the natural
fibre bleeches, prints, folds, and
puts the finished stuff, bright and
beautiful, before you. This is
the process that brings these
white Mohairs, beautifully print
The botany of the decoration
we leave for your critical study.
But the tone and the face of the
goods as a ground for exquisite
color-work is the special point
for your thought. The wiry
fabric, always lustrous, spring
ing back fair and smooth when
crumpled. Only pure Mohairs
will do this. 50 cents a yard.
January was a month of rush,
crush and scurry in Linens as
well as In other goods, Clear-.
ing out the old to make place
for the new.
Always new things in Linens
but most sorts come thickest
now. Prices ground to a razor
edge. ( Among the latest comers are
six good patterns 68 inches
wide Double Damask Table
Linen at $1.10. Matching nap
kins are 2.25 for fi, and $3.50
One of the richest and finest
Table cloths we have (new de
sign) is yards long and 2
yards wide. Napkins to match.
$48 for the set.
8x10 Colored Table Cloths,
borders in delicate shades, $3.50.
Doylies to match.
You can't well go amiss of
extra attractive prices all
through Linenp. Here are five
special things almost at random:
TMnch Meached Tablo Linen, 70c.
y. Napkins nne Double Damask; 25 inches square
16-lnch Dolle.i, plain white, $1 a down.
K9 to DO Inch French Linen sheeting 550.
1'laln White Damask Towels, knotted fringe,
A DSIINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Sitate of James Commont, aeeeated, late of
Notice Is hereby given that letters ot adminis
tration on tho estate of Jtmoa con-mons, lato of
tho town of Uloorasburg, county of Columbia, and
state ot Pennsylvania, deceaaed, have been grant
ed to Geo. K. Elwell of llloomsbarg, Columbia
county, Pa., to whom all persons Indebted to said
estate are requested to make payments, and those
having claims or demands will make known tho
same without delay 10
GEO. K. KLWKLIi,
Feb l5-6t Administrator.
TVTOTICE IN DIVORCE.
N Tns Count or Common Plias or Columbia
COUNTV, JiO. 30, DKCKMBKK TERM, 188
Jennie A. Frey, by her next friend, s. U. Bowman,
vs. Thomai S. Frey.
To Thomas 8. Frey, respondent above named !
Whereas, npon the petition or libel of the said
Jennie A Frey, above named, a subpoena being
awarded by the Court of common Pleas ot said
county, a suopcena issued out of the aald Court,
commanding you, tho said Thomai 8 Frey, to bo
and appear at the next regular term of said court,
to ahow causo, If any you have, why lho said libel
lant should not bo divorced from the bonds of
matrimony which she has contracted with you,
agreeably to the prayer of sold petitioner ; and,
wliereas, upon the return or tht aald subpoena, duo
proof was made that you could not be found or
served with the sjme In tho bailiwick oftho sheriff
of said county; whereupon an all's subpoena was
awarded by tho said Court, commanding you to bo
and appear at the next regular term ol said court,
to answer, c., as aloresula. to which tho same re
turn was made by tho Sheritr.
You are therefore required to bo and appear on
the nrat day of regular term of said court, to bo
held at liloomsburg. for tho aald county, on the
nrat Monday of May next, A. D. 18-9, to answer
the complaint aforesaid.
JOHN 11. CASEY.
Feb l5- Sheriff.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
Pursnant to an order of the Orphans' Court of
Columbia county, tho underelirned administratrix
of Henry Wolf, lato of the town of Dloomsburg,
deceased, will expose to pubUo sala on the premi
ses In Fishlngcreek township, said county, on
Saturday, March 2d, 1889.
at 10 o'clock a. m. all the following described valu
able real estate, to-wlt : All that certain lot or
piece of ground eltuato In Fishlngcreek township.
Columbia county l'a., bounded and described as
follows: Beginning at a post corner, thence by
land ot John Savago north 33 degrees, west 53
perches to a post, thence by land of George Keller
south M degrees, west fifteen perches to a stone,
thence by tho uamo north fan degrees west, seven
teen and 8lx-tcnth3 perches to a post, thence by
and ot David Savage south 7 degrees, west fifteen
and tlre-tcntha perches to a post, thence by land
of David Albertson north 88 degrees, east sixteen
and Beven-tenths perches to a post, thence by
same touth 3 degrees, west twenty-one and
three-tenths perches to a post, south tlilrty-nlno
and ono-half degrees twenty-one and live-tenths
perches, thence by land of Philip Eyer north tac
degree, east thirty-tour and twenty-four-one-bundredths
perches to a stone corner, the place of
be the sime more or less.
ALSO, all that certain parcel or pleco ot land
situate In Fishlngcreek township. Columbia coun
ty Pa.,' bounded and described as follows, viz : On
the west by land of John and Samuel Drako, on
the north and cast by lands of Alexander Stewart,
and on the south by lands of Isaac Mcllenry, con
taining twelve acres more or less. The two tracts
and to be;sold a Bono piece, on which Is erected a
barn and outbuildings.
TEIIMS OF SALE. Ten per cent, of one-fourth
at tno striking down ot the property, lho one-
fourth less tho ten per cent, at the confirmation of
sale, and the remaining three-fourths in ono year
thereaiter, with Interest from continuation nlsL
Purchaser to pay for deed.
Knorr & Wlnterstecn, attys. Administratrix.
Real Estate !
Tho undersigned administrators of Samuel Nun.
gesscr deceased, will expose to public sale on tho
Thursday March 14 1889,
at 10 o'clock a. m., a farm, situate In Beaver town
ship, Columbia county, bounded and described as
follows) Adjoining lands ot Henry Swank, John
Singly, Sarah Longenberger, Christian Shuman
and others, containing
and7 perches, about eighty acres under good cul
tivation, the balance In timber, well watered by a
good and unfailing spring and other streams. The
Improvements conslits of a new
J tfllliu tillliili
and other outbuildings, all In good condition. 3
applo orchards and other fruits; said tarm Is pleas-
anuy situated in a gooa neighborhood and con.
venlent railroad facilities.
TEIIMS OF 8ALE:-J100.00 on the day of sale,
HtO.00 when possession i3 given, the balance In
II. W. NUKQESSElt.
Feb 8 WILLIAM E. YEAGE1L
A ycieutldo and Standard l'oputar Medical Treat'se ou
tho Krrurflof Youlb. rreinaturoUt'ilitic-.irvoif)
unci rnyici i'eiuny, juipuruu-tfcii inciwooj,
Ituiultiuu trom Folly, Vice, lKUoran,l iutor
0erMiutloii, Knervatlnv owl uuflttluit Un- mi Urn
for Work, lluilnrai, the Married cr BocUl UeUtlou.
Avoid unkllftil pretender. l'oteM this yrMl
work, it conulne imgeg, royal 8vo. lli-auttlut
binding, croboMtd, full gilt. Price, only il."0 ty
mull, pot.pald, concealed In plain vrspir lllui
Imtlvu l'ronpoctui Free, If iou apply now. Tho
dlttlniitil.bcd nullior, Wm. II. l'mkir. M. 1., le.
uhrdthoOOLD AND JEWELLED MCOAL
from the Mntlonal Moillaal Aesrolntirn,
for lho p.tlZE ESS A V on NERVOUS nnd
PHYSICAL DEBILITY, pr. l'arkrrxndac irpi
of AudtUint I'byslctau may bo conwultcd. c nill.
ilcniuiiy, ty mitl or In pcrvori, at lha c-illt-o of
run Pirvnoiiv MisfnuAi, instituti:,
Kir.-l ItiillhK'li M.tltoatun. Maa., fonhtiinalt
ardcri for WW ur kurr for adlca iliould te
directed aa abut o.
Feb 16-d it
DONE AT THE
Fine Cabinet portraits only
2. i1n7. T.ifrt aiy PrnvAnc rmlv
$10.00. Viewing, copying and
umiirging. instant process
You should see tho now curtain goods
at dark & Hon's.
I'll (lamcB, Grist Hlnwlnecks, Heath
woods, Ulack II. lied?, that will ntny to win.
Eggs, II) for $1. Satisfaction Uuarautced.
tf. llluornBhiirg, l'a.
(Mention this paper.)
Full lines of wash dress goods now open
at Clark & Son's.
10 per cent, oft for cash on all woolen
Kinds for tho next 30 days, at A. M. I)c
Witt's, Orangevllle, l'a. 4w
Wo offer bargains In gauzo underwear
this week. Clark & ron.
Tho ''Old Vlrulnla Cheroots" aro maun,
facturcd on'y by" P. Whltlock, Itlclimond,
V., who Is proprietor of tho largest spec
ial cheroot factory In the world. Sold by
retail druggists, grocers and cigar dealers
everywhere. 0 for 10 cents. Alexander
Ilros. & Co.', Wholesale Agents, IMooms
Wc still continue to sell you those hand
some challlcs at the low price. Claik it Son.
There Is no necessity for any ono saying
he cannot afford to smoke when he can
buy 8 "Old Virginia cheroots" for 10 cents
from any first class cigar, drutr or grocery
store. Alexander llros A Co., Wholesale
Agents, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Engraved business cards can be obtained
nt the Columbian office. Ladles having
plates can havo cards printed. tf
Wo place on our counters this week a
new line of choice sateens. Clark & Son.
rial and Heroic
size, in artistic
styles, with latest
highest grade of
finish. All work
ly executed. Ba
bies' pictures par
Our table linen sale is
making a stir in the community,
don't forget it will not last long,
$1.00 linen for 80c., 80c. for 68c.
oc. for G8c, 50c. for 44c.
Just opened a heavy (not fine)
gingham for 7c. a yd. Our
towels for 50c. a pair arc the
largest. We have a beautiful
good border towel for 50c. a pair.
Coats are sttll in demand, we
lave a good lot cheap.
We are ready now for a big
sale of muslins 4-4 to 1-4 good
A few nice hanging lamps at
I. W. Hartjiax & Sons.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorta.
Whan Baby u sick, we gave her Caitoria.
When she waa a Child, ahe cried for CaatorU,
Whtn ahe became Hlas, she clung to OutorU,
When she had children, aha gave them CaatorU.
Dii. Tiiiiki, the celebrated Specialist has
yet to receivo a case of special disease,
mrvous and kidney disease, or blood poUon
that he did not promptly unest lu its pro
gress und nermautlv cure Wo. would nd.
viso an suuenng tu consult Ihe Doctor
persoauy or uy letter, ills Knowledge, and
powvr of healing is most marvelous. Of.
tlco 538 North Fouith St., Philadelphia, Pa.
IMICHl IMlCMl ItCllllIC IM1CH.
Symptoms Moisture : Intense itchlnir and
stinging ; most at night ; worse by scratch
ing, ii auoweu to conumio tumors form,
wuien ouen uiceu ana ulcerate, uecomlng
very sore. Bwayni-'s Ointment stops tho
Itching and bleeding, heuls ulceration, and
In most cases removes tho tumors. At
druggists, or by mall, for (50 cents. Dr.
Swayne & Son, Philadelphia, may-4-ly.
TCczciun, Itcliy, Hcaly, HUlu
Tho simple application of "Swavnc's
Ointment," without any internal medicine
win euro any case ot 'teller, Bait ltlicum
Hlngworm, Piles, Itch, Sores, Pimples,
Eczema, all Scaly, Itchy Skin Eruptions,
no matter Jiow obstlnato or long standing.
It is potent, cifcotlvc, and costs but atrille
THE IIOMLIEST MAN in M.OOMBBUKO
as well as tho bandsomest,and others aro In
vited to call on any druggist and get (ree 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 acuto
coughs, asthma, bronchitis and consump.
tion. Price 50 cents and $1.
trtd la all erti. by I
j wuf vvajair IH JWI1 tan if
wtea ttiKs ftuij.iba very
mi MwlnaT-fuachiDa il m
i wia, wua ait id titac amenta.
Yi will alao m ad Ore cempUia
Bafur coatlv and taluabia an
tMmpUa la rlurn wt aaa I bat yot
Fnow waat wt aotl, lo ibm k
. may rail ai Tour bona, an afltr H
iBiaatna an oati Dtcumi jvur iwi
UM-QMny. Tnla rraad aaacalaa i
m4anir tat Hi n err aaianlt.
tuca Rift mm vwi nrian paiftiti
ruaaul it a)4 feral ttil, wtta lh
a MfhaMnii, and aev talla for
M.'kO. Baai. airanraai. meal uaa.
fill oiarblna ta lb world, all U
aVa. Ni unlLal aair.l Pli
briaf laMracttOBt rm. laeaa whuwtiia la ua ai enra can aa
atrt lVc iba fetal Mrui(-avrhiaa ia Iba wet-IJ, aiad la
wMttm iiaaniwotaa alalia tut tttf n utrthtrt ADinra,
XUlt at; CO., lloft AuiHiia, MmUic.
PENSIONS ! PENSIONS !
U, .8 PENSIONS due many Orriciag, Soldiiks,
Saiuors, their Wipows, cuildhxn and UsraxpiiKr
1'akikts everywhere. If In doubt, or any Pension
Information wanted, write here. No Washington,
D. c , or other Agency so advantageous as this N.
ItTltOUsandaot rcnslon3 aggregating millions
pf dollars, obtained through tbls Agency, and
others allowed dally. i Adore- with two stamps
couniilor at Law.
m E. Stale bt.. Trenton, N. J,
iLate V. b. Pension Agent, N. J, im. Urlg. nen'L)
-HeferstoUov..U.s. t'enn and M. c"g N. j'
osu u. A, It, and Pensioners all v, a, cuuda c,
I II LCI
HON.jJ. P. BASS,
now rrosldent Eastern Maine State Tilt Associa
tion, cx-Mayor.of Dan20r,nustncss man and capit
alist, is one of tho belt known men In Maine. lie
had, not long n?o, a sovcro attack of ilrspepsla ,
which took htm from all business, placing Ulm
tinder treatmr-nt. Ha went South and West In
search of health, hut failed Co find It. Could eat
no solid food, and became rcduwd In flesh from
lCOlo lis pounds, hpent thousands ot dollar,
till no relief. At this time met Dr. Brown, who
had Just returned from Europe. Tho latter un
dertook a cure.
He expanded and (strengthened tho wall ot tho
stomacli of the patient j cleansed tbem ot the. for
eien accumulations i reduced that "Rnawlng- tea
Ration;'' revived the liver and kidneys, exciting
them to a healthy action, and toned up tho blood
until Mr. ilass began to rrgaln former good health.
Uuder thla treutment ho becamcentlrcly well, and
that year. In connection with Hon. Ueo. II. Iorlng
and other offlclals ot the New icnglann Pair Asso
ciation, managed their great fair. Mr. Ilass says
Dr. Drown used nothing in his cam but
Not genuine unless mado by Ara Warren & Co.,
tlangor, Me. may23 d ly
APPLICATION FOU OHAUTEU.
Notice la hereby given that an application will
bo mado to tho lion. K. It. llteler, President Judge
of the Court of common Pleas ot Columbia county,
on the-xtd day of February, A. 1). IR99, torthe
charter ot a Corporation, to be called tho 'Blooma
burg Library Company t'1 the charter and objects
ot which are to provide and maintain a free read-
lug iwui. 1U1 kllU uau Ul IUI1 U1UUUIVUUU1 UL IUU
Town of lllooaiiburg.
JUlll U. J-lllblW.K,
Kcb l-3t Solicitor.
SPKCIAL, NOTICE TO STOCKHOM).
orric op uxxmjii waTrR coMrAKV, uu. S8 &9.
A stock subscription book has been opened for
the taking ot the Increased Capital stock, and will
be found at the omce or tho Company in Ulooms
burg. Each present share holder has tho privi
lege of subscribing for two shares of the new stock
for each share ot original stock held. ThU privi
lege win remain oiicn for thirty dava. from Jan.
26. 1889, niter which time any remaining stock
may be sutwcilbed tor by any ono making applica
FRANK 1 U1LLMEYBIC,
Feb l-lt. secretary.
Kttate of Ann Young, late of Ilenton totonthtp,
Letters tf-atAmfnt.Arv rn th'n CAld rmffttA havlno-
been granted to ino undersigned executor, all
persons Indebted aro hereby notified lo pay tbo
same, and those having claims against said estate
will present the Bame tor settlement to
A. 1 YflTTNfl
Jm is Executor.
Estate ofjonn uavirara, late nf Blooiiulmrg,
Letters teste menury on the said estate having
been cranted to the underpinned executor, nil
persons indebted are hereby notined to pay tno
same, and those luvlnc claims against said estato
will present the samo for settlement to
i v. HOWEK,
O. E. Elwkll, Atty. Executor.
oau ii ovr,
Estate of A ndrew I'.unyan, late of Ilenton toienihip
Notice la hereby given that letters of adminis
tration on tho estste of Andrew Itunyan, late of
the township of ilenton, county of Columbia, and
state of Pennsylvania, decease !, have betm irr,int
ed to I. K. Krtckbaum, to whom all persons In-
ucuicu w b&iu esiuiu uru re(iuesu.-u io mane pay
ments, and those having claims or demands win
mako known tho same without delay.
I. IC KItlCKBAUM,
Feb l-t Administrator.
Estate of John C. Jones, late of Bloomsburo,
Notice la hereby riven that letters of admfnis.
tratlon on tho estate ot John c, Jones, late of the
town ot Hloomsburg, county ot Columbia and
state of Pennsylvania, deceased have been granted
to Mary M. Jones, to whom all persons Indebted
to said estate are requested to make payments,
and those having claims or demands will make
known tho same without delay.
te of Henry Wolf, late of Vie Ta?n of Blooms
' burg, deceases.
Notice is hereby given that letters of adminis
tration on the estate of Henry Wolf, late ot the
town of liloomsburg, county of Columbia. and stale
of Pennsylvania, deceased, havo been granted to
Louisa Wolf of liloomsburg, Columbia county, Pa.,
to whom nil persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to mako payments, and thoso having
claims or demands will make known the same
without delay to
or to LOUISA WOLF,
Knorh s. Wintkrstkek, Administratrix.
The Sunbury Electric Co.,
Arc and Incandescent Isolated Plants, Motors,
Electric Qas Llshtlng, Annunciators, Durglar
Alarms, Speaking Tubes, Iteturn Call
WX MIKE A erKcum- or
Incandescent Electric Liglit Wiring.
Wiring lor Motors, by Iiattery or Dynamo Current
Guarantees furnished with every Contract.
OFFICE AND SHOW HOOMS.EAST MAI1K1T ST
Correspondence Solicited. Sunbuhv, Pa.
Jan 4 sw
W. II. BROOKE & CO.
Exchange Hotel Building
Are agents for Julius King's
celebrated spectacles. The best
in tho world. Hundreds of pairs
to select from and a fit guaran
teed. During the Holiday's trado
we sold dozens of pairs of theso
celebrated goods.and as far heard
from all are satisfactory. Any
purchaser not exactly suited
may leturn these goods and ex
change for others, suited to
Medicine for Throat anil Lung Dlffl.
eultles litis lung been, and still is, Ayer's
I ucrry I'ectoral. It cures Croup,
Whooplug Cough, llronelillls, and
Asthma; soothes Irrltutlon tt tho
I-nrynx and Fauces; strengthens the
Vocal Organs; allays soreness ot the
I.ungs; prevents Consumption, nnd,
oveii in advanced stages of that disease,
relieves Coughing and Induces Sleep.
Thero Is no other preparation for dU
oases of tho throat nnd lungs to bo com
pared with this remedy.
"My wife had ft distressing rough,
with pains in tho side and breuit.
tried various medicines, hut lmmi did
her any good until I got a lxittlo ol
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which has cured
her. A ni'lghlior, Mrs. tUcnn, hud the
measles, and tho cough was rnllated by
tho use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I
have no hesitation In recommending this
to every one a filleted." Itoliert llorton,
Foreman llemliigM, Morrlllton, Ark.
"I havo been afflicted with nstlimi
for forty years. m1 spring 1 win tiikeu
with a violent t'ough, whlih threatened
to termiualo my days, Kvcry into pro.
nnuueed mo in consumption. I deter
mined to try Ayer's Cherry 1'retuiul.
Its efTocls were magical. 1 was liuuiedl.
atcly relieved and continued tu liuprnvo
until entirely recovered. "Joel Ilullard,
" Six mouths ago hnd a sevcro liem
orrhugo of tho lungt, brought ou by an
incessant cu'igli wltieh deprived iuo ot
sleep and ret. I tiled arious rmno.
dies, but obtained no ndlrf until 1 bo.
gun lu lake Ayer't Cherry I'ectoral. A
lew buttles ot this medicine cured mo."
Mrs, K, Coburu, 111 Second St., lowcll,
"For children nrlllcted with rold,
roughs, aoro throat, or croup, I dn not
kuow of any remedy which will giut
more eedy relief than A)er'a Cherry
Pectoral, I havo found it, also, Imahi.
able in cases of Whooping Cuugh." -.
Aim Lovojay, 125T Washington Mieet,
Ayer's Cherry Pecioral,
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Dr. J. O, Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mats,
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