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COLUMBIAJS" 4lND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.1
FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1889.
Certain Willlamsnort papers havo
qitarrollod wlj.li tho County Commis
sioners over otlioial patronago ana aro
mnlrtnrr tMnrra livnW tor tbn Commls-
iminrfl Thn nninmUsIonorn mid nil
nnd stopped their papow. Jtx.
Chairman KUncr has boon author!-
zod by tho Domocratlo Stato Commit
too to call tho Djmooratio Stato Con-
vontitJn to moot at IfirrUburc: on tho
4thdvof September next to nomi-
nato a candidato for Stale Trcasuror.
Thoro is a disnnla among our ox.
chances as to whun a prohibitory
amendment to tho Stato Constitution
mav bo atraln submitted. Wo quoto
frnm tho Constitution. "No amend
ment or amendments shall bo submit
ted oftener than onoa in fivo years.''
An imorossion has none over the
Stato that an aot was paod at tho
last session of the lemslaturo lnoroas-
intfthe salaries of olection officers, and
many inquiries havo boon received at
the stato department. Tho act never
became a law.
Tho members of tho Standing Cora
mittos of the Djmooratio party mot
Saturday July 20th instant nnd appor
tioned tho delcsatos for tho various
townships ot tho county, and elected
Peter A. Evans, W. C. JohnsOn, 0. B,
Ent, and Dr. F. W. Redeokor, dele
gates to tho Stato Convention.
Thero aro soma oditors in tho world
who measure tho virtues of tho County
Commissioners by the amount ot omoi
ni natronatro thov dispense. Tho
Columbian nas never heaped abuse on
a board of County Commissioners bo-
cause they did not givo it their print-
ing, ana on uia ouiur uuuu n, uai "UM
hositated to criticiso suoh actions as do
serve criticism, on tho part of boards
that were criviuc it a full sharo of
For the first time in many years
thero will bi no Democratic county
convention this year, as there are no
nffinen to fill. Tho POOPIO Will no
flnnbt reloioe that for onco they oin
mrnntrt, fbfi summer without beinc
rmnnrinnod hv candidates. Tbero aro
some suckers, however, who raako a
business of bleading candidates, that
aro unhappy. Their occupation is
r-- j -
gono for tho summer. Next year
thoro will bo a number of offices to fill,
with numorous applicants m tho held,
and then they can ply their trado for
all there is in it.
President Harrison's 8on Abroad.
Tlussel Harrison, sou of tho Presi
dent, is having a royal time abroad
according to a cable dispatch to the
New York World Ho has dined
VT V.V 1Xr1,l Tin h!a rtinrwl I
with the Queen and slept in Windsor
Castle ono nicht: has taken lnnchoou
with tho Prinoo of Wales and his fam
ilv at Mar borouah House, and is
snendino' a dav with tho Marquis of
Salisbury at HartBeld House, in Hert
fordshire. When seen by your oorro
gpondent Mr. Harrison was en
framed in nackintr neckties, silk
underclothinc. silver-mounted perfume
bottles, and monogrammed tooth-brush
into a series of beautiful now Hussian
leather valises, with initials It. II. pro
naratorv to takinc tho train for the
Prime Minister's county seat, where he
Anemia the nicrht. Mr. Harrison said
that court etiquette forbado his going
into details concerning nn reception at
Windsor Castle and JVlarlborougn
House, and Minister Lincoln, who was
with him during his visits, and advised
him not to talk about them
Antiquity of the Blot.
Is thero anvthin2 new under the Bun!
Mow it has been discovered that the
idea of tlio "drop a nickol in tho slot
boxes"' is older than Christianity. In
the Ecrvntian temples devioes of this
kind were used for automatically dis
pensing tho purifying water. A coin
five drachmae dropped into a slit in a
vase set n simple pioco of mechanism
liUe a well sweep in motion, a valve
was opened for an instaut nnd a por
tion of tho liauid was permitted to
escape. Tho apparatus is described in
the ''Snir'ualia'' of Heron of Alexan
dria, who lived two hundred years be-
foro.the Christian era, and is illustrated
in the sixteenth contnry Latin manu
script translations of his work, in
which, bv the wav. is also delineated
ttie Egyptian fire ongino of the author's
day, with its doublo torco pump vaives.
lover arms, gooso neck and probably
too. air chamber but this Is a mooted
point which form the ossontial fea
F. t t .1 .....!,
lures oi ine inaciuaui ui mu uiiiviuiiuvn
century. Fire and Water.
Trout Can Remember.
- "Somo time boforo the death of Seth
Green' Uio celebrated New York fish
nnltnrist nnd naturalist." said a Phila
delplnan who takes groat interest in
pisoicultnral matter?, "I paid a vsit
with him to tho fish hatchery of tho
Stato at Caledonia. In ono of the
nonds there at that tirao thero were 5,
000 larcro brook trout, ovcry one of
Which had been captured with tho tly
tied on barbless hooks in unfreqnent
ed brooks in tho Adirondack region
These trout Mr. Green said, had oon
him that fish havo reasonable
nower nnd memory. When thny wero
hooked, ho said, and were rcoled slowly
in by careful fishermen who wero cap
turing them for the slate pond, thoy had
.. " . . i...
umo ana opporiuuivy iu uuiu mu iww
and character of the tackle that made
firlnrUnnr,. According to Mr. Groon
v. t . - .
thev never forcet that experience,
"The trout had been in the pond a long
time, tho females never being allowed to
spawn there, and would follow Mr.
Green as bo wnlked along the edgo of
tho water tossing bits of liver Into thn
pond. To 8D0W tuai his uieury uuuui
thmr mnmfirir and reasons was correct,
ho would carry a oano nnd a fish rod
ooncealed bohlnd his back. If he took
bis cono from its concealment and held
it nnt. nvitr the water the hsh paid no
attention to it( but the moment ho pro
duced the rod with its reel and lino nt
tached, away tho trout soampercd liko
a flash to distant WU of tho pood.
Mr, Green told ms that he would permit
any ono to cast a fly in that pond to
bit i heart's content' as ho was satisfied
tfut not one of tho trout would come
near it, to vividly -did thty remember
their erwmy oi Gvo ycajn ago. E. JI.
LAWYERS' BIQ TEES.
CASKS IN WHICH A. I'ORTUNK WAS
CKtVF.O KKOM ONK Ct.tKNT.
Tho most lucrtitivo olnsaos of local
work nro jiatonti", rallro.vls, wills nnd
rr-nl eslnU'. Mirny a lowyer has mado
his everlasting fortuno out of a slnglo
patent case. It Is common roport tliat
Gcorgo Harding received for his pro.
fcssional services In tho litigation over
tho oleomargarino patent enough money
to onablo him to wild tho enormous
Hotel Ivaatornkill tip in tho Catukill
Mountnltif, and could havo retired from
patent praclioo then and tliero had he
hcon po disuoso l. Mr. Hardinc, who,
by the way, U that proverbially aoutu
nersonaau "a Pmladclplii'i lawyer, U
vet in til l prim of life, hal, with
whlskcrod, rosty-f.icod, English looking
nnd stoutly proportioned It is possi
bio that when ho nimed this famous foe
af his up in tho Citskills ho didn't
know that Kaaterskill means "Tom-Cat
A rosumo of all tho great patent
litigators of the past twenty-five years
WOUMl UO Hlllipiy u llttl. "l Uil--o in wuiuu
enormous fees havo been paid, and in
most cases carntd. "A patent lawyer,"
said Mr. William llildretb Fiold, "often
earns a fortuno in ono case, because ho
may often bo compelled to give up for
that one oaso all liisotlur business, and
for yearn, day in nnd day out, mouth
after month and notually year alter
vean dovoto all his enemies to tho mas
tery, first of tho principles, tho detail,
tho technique of tho patent and then to
placing them property before tho courts
goiliug decrees lur ms uncut n mijuh
cms umenis and oniorcinc muse de
crees perhaps in every stato in the
"Tho Howe sowinc: machine patent
is a case in point. There aro inclce ltoo
many cases in point cases, too, ot ine
firet magnitude for mo to attempt
even to enumerate them but tho Howe
oaso will do for nn illustration. The
Ho wo neonlo rttamod as their counel
a Mr. .Tonloir Thev told him ho must
civo up all his other business and at
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tpnd nniv 10 wit'ir Daiius. rui hub.
in tho nature of a fee. thoy paid him
h larifo annual salary. Hut in addition
thoy had to givo Mr. Jordon the right
to retain at their oxpenso attorneys in
many other states to watcn closely ino
progreB8 0f nny 8it8 Howe might havo
n court! TllC80 ees ;n t10 aggregate
were, of coarse, enormous, but tlio in-
como from which thoy were mot was
enormous. Every sowinc machine in
tho country had to pay Howe $5 for
thn uso of his patent on tho oye in the
point of aueedlo lor example. iveio
THE 0URI0U8 BIBLES.
wiiattiikhi namks are and why tiiby
aiie so callku,
Tho curious Bibles is a general
name civen certain editions oi um
Bible whioh aro prized by tho mild
lunatics known to medical men and to
tho general pubho as bibliomaniacs
not for their intrinsic value, but be-
cause thoy contain certain old mis-
Prints or mistranslations.
Foremost among them is the Breeches
Bible, so called because in tho third
chapter of Genesis it speaks of Adam
. ir-rr i : '....i .1. ,.,!. .
and J2.VU as uavuig muuv cuc-ui'-vivvn
breeches'' of lie leaves. Tbis edition
fjrst aPRcared in 1550, in quarto form,
i I. V .. ..I ; ... f ....,. ..
exiled at Geneva. Duri'ig the reign
of Queen Elizabeth it served as tho
regular family Bible, its popularity be
ing duo to tho CalviniHlio comments
that liberally besprinkled iln maigin.
The Bug Bible, which appeared in
Loudon in 1551, and was .Tiginally
known as Matthow's Bible in indebted
for its curious soubriquet to tho fact
that the fifth verso of the ninety-first
Psalm is translated, "So thou shalt not
need to hi afraid of any bugcifs by
night." Tho original idea of tho word
a goblin or spook s still to be
traced in bjgie, bugbear, bugaboo.
Tho Wioked Bible, printed in Lon
don tn 1G31, was so called because tho
negation was omitted in tlio Seventh
Comandment, so placing an awful in
junction upon tlnj laithtul. lins is
much sought after, becausi it was
promptly suppressed, tho printer be
ing fiuod 300 by Archbishop Liud.
The money, it is baio was uuvoieu 10
a supply of Greek typo for the Uni-
versuy ui wxium.
The Vinegar Bible was printed in
1717 at tho Clarendon press, and is so
known because tho parablo of the vino
yard in the title to the tweiitioth chap
ter St. Luko is printed "Parablo of the
The Whig or Peacemaker's Biblo
obtained its numo from an error occur
iug in St. MatthoW, v., c. whore "Bless
ed aro tho placemakers" is Bubstituto.1
The Treacle Bible has the passage
iu Jeremiah, "Is there no balm in Gil
eadf rendered, "Is thern no treacle in
Gilead?" aud the Douav (Roman Catho
lic) version has been described as tho
Hosin lilble, iHcauso uio same passage
Ins tho word rosin instead of treacle.
Many years ago thero existed in the
" ,. I. I f SI ,
otuwo library ine uoon oi vtospeis, on
whichitho English kings do vn to Ed-
watd VI took tho coronation oath,
with a lingo brazen crucifix, which
the monarch U put on its o iver. 1 he
hipdini; was cf ponderous ojk boards,
an inch or so in thickness, fastened bv
htiije l-athcr thongs. The Printers
Bible nukes David palhxtieally com
plain that printers in plauo of princes
havo "porsecutcd him with a causo."
The au.hor of this triuslation may
have be u indulging in a sly hit at tho
intilligeut compositor, which many au
thurs of tho present would gladly ie
echo. U AN AD A THISTLES.
Tho law of April 21, 'b., requires
that it shall bo tho duty of every per
son or poisons, or corporations owning
laud, to cut and destroy all Canada
thistles found upon tneir laud so as to
prevent the samo lrom goinj, to seed
and tho seed from ripening. Any per
an rrfiiHinir or neu ecu n ir to cui orue
- , v .i r ii r i j
stroy the thist es sliall forfeit and pay a
tineof S15totlioTrea8urerof thofaohool
ni.tri,.t in uliinh sneli land is situated
It is also provldid that it any per-
foil or pen-OnS or corporauuun ruiuuy
nr nnMect to dfftrov tho thistles it
hull bo lawful for auy person or nor.
tons who may consider themtelves ag
grieved to inform, by written notice,
auy Constable or Supjrvisor of tho
township in which said Canada thistles
may bo growing, whoso duty it shall
bo to givo fivo days notice in writing
to soph person or persons or corpora
tinna i cut and destroy Biioh thistles
nnd on their itfnsnl Jo out and dcstioy
them at tho end of fno days It shall bo
the duty tf the otlicer aud tuu agt-nlv-ed
to cut and destioy them, i cowing
compensation at tlio rate i of $2.50 per
day, and tho ollioer an adilloual fou of
50 cents a day aud 0 oonu mileage for
Supervisors are to remove all thistles
froraftilphwayB and jjneeMcd land.
A CALL TO THE PROIlIBITIONIBTfl OF
You nro hereby respectfully but ear
nestly roqnested to call meetings in
your foveral townshiga nnd boroughs,
and ohooso two or moro delegates to
represent you in tho county conven
tion to bo'hold In tho froo nhuroh at,
Mill vile, Pa., on Satiitday, August 17,
1889, at 2 o clock p. in. Ijt the mem
bers of tho County Conlrrl Committee
especially, fco to it that wo havo a full
attendance, ni very important business
will bo prcfotitC'l for consideration.
Tho times loniand concentrated, vig
orous notion. Let our central Idea bo
first, last and all the lime, tho oomplcto
overthrow of the liquor traffic Let
us marshal our forces nnd mass them
in solid pli'ilunx, not only to reslct tho
common utioiny of our homi s and coun
try, but to nssiinie the aggressive, ana
nttack him In his strongly entrenched
position behind tho bul ivarks of politi
Thuappaioul oaso witn wtnoii our
opponents havo swept away most tho
mon.p3rt!san efforts to establish prohi
bition should, by ibis tiiii", givo us at
least a faint conception of ihair power.
They are powerful but not invincible
i.l A -1 . I n -.1 ....
lor wmi rigni, jiiwuu nun uuu m uui
sido oven the gatoi of hell shall not
prevail agaust in If we are trim to
our best interests, ana ino uesi iiut
osts of our fellow men, if honor, tiu'.h,
justioo and temperenco in their truest
sense pcroli upon our oanneri', -onu
shall obaso a thousand and two shall
put ten thousand to ilight ." Let us,
thereto, resoivt', in mu sirengin oi mr
Lnd, to cird on our armor, lOaiM
shoulder to shoulder in this irrepressi-
blo conflict that is now upon us. I ho
guajo of b ittle has been thrown. Tho
Goliath of Hum has nened ine com
bined forces of tho friends of virtuo
nnd sobriety, and wo daro not runain
liuutral. Our innate sense of r'ght and
wrong compels us to tako ono side or
tho other. Let there be no half wav
measures no compromiso with Satan
and his minions, but with our eyes, our
purposes, oar hearts fixed upon the one
cotitral idea, the total exitrpation not
only from our State, but from our na
tion, of tho diabolical business of ruin
ing souls as well as holies, lot us go
forward, straight as tho arrow to the
mark or as tho npullo to tho pole. Tho
Strnglo will, or may bo long and se
vere, but shall we shrink from the per
formauoo of our manifest duties "Up,
cuards, nnd at them!" Victory will
ultimately crown our efforts if we are
true to our trusts.
Tho nublio tronerallv aro invited to
attend the mectinc. The W. C. T. U
aro cspociaby fol cited to favor us Willi
Yours for the war,
J. B. PATron,
Chairman Col. Co. Prohibition Party.
Must Pay the License-
Merchatitilo Appraiser J. J. Malty,
asspBB'd the various Oiera Hounes
of Soliuvlkill cnuiitv tho linento tax of
fiftv dollars. Tins Union II ill Assviia
tion, of Puttsville, took a-i appeal from
tho usaesmcnt and an arcuuieiit was
made before Judex Pirshinc who do
cided that the license mut. b i psid
BOY&K WILLIAMS Uo llin 8 of Juue
at the Iteformed nirsOBnco lu Oranecvllle,
by Rev. A. Ilnulz, Mr. Kreoman lloyerand
JIIss May v. Williams, iiotn oi uerwicn.
P UIKER MoHENKY On thn 17 last,
at the home of the bride, hv Kev. A. lloutz
Mr Ocorirc K. I'nrkcr of Qrcunwomt twr,
Miss Lizzie J. ilclluury ot Mt. PlekEant
UIPI'EVSTKKL-In 0 nlre twp. on the
15 Inst. Willlum Hlnpcostuel, atil 60
MoQ.YKGELL In Omnie twp. on tho
10 lust , John Mcdargi-ll, aged 79 years, 0
months and 10 days.
Tlie Chirr Ilrnien for the great suc
cess of Hood's Barsaparllla Is found In the
trtlcte Itself. It Is merit that wins, and the
fact that Hood's Sarsajiarllta actually ac
complishes what Is claimed for It, Is what
has given to this medicine a popularity and
sale greater than that of auy other sarsapa-
Mr-it WinQ rllla or 1100,1 1,ur1'
IVierll Wlllb ner before the public.
Hood's Karsaparllla cures Scrofula, Bait
Itheuni and all Humors, Dyspepsia, Sick
Headache, lllllousness, overcomes That
Tired Feeling, creates an Appetite, strength
ens tho Nerves, builds up the Whole System.
IloodU HRnnpartlla Is sold by all drug
gists. Ilj six for 15. Prepared by 0. 1. Hood
Si Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mu.
IT'S A MISTAKE
If vou fail to extmino our ptoolc of
"Siiccial JI.lo Clothing.''
Uon t imrouaso until you liavo soon
our garuiuiiU tn b; ul
and iiiiuh Uiwor priuod tlun any other
fiml tsi'i olutlilng.
Komember, wn nro piaolhuil Tail
or and Clo'.lverH d i j, a hirgo
We mo dirro'.
Wo MS. I IU till)
Clothlmj ma; he oriUml from
ut by mail. StmpUs oj cloth and full
instructions "Jfnota tula measure
and obtain a perfect it" sent Free
When writing jor sample) please
mention this paper.
ripcclal Mmlo Clollilug,
1338 CHESTNUT STREET,
I Wrectiy opposite the Mint )
I. W. IIARTMAN & SONS!
Wo drop for tho jircsent tnlk
ing nbout JJloomaburg improro
nicnta ami cull special atlcntion to
niter hurveat prices on our goods;
$5.00 fancy jforaaola for f1.00,
$-1.00lbr;!5.bO:3.00 for $2.C0,aro
all of tho luteal stylos, with ring
and chain handles, also a big lino
of cotton parasols nnd sun
unibmllttd at small prices. "Wo
havo 25 einbroidt'icd dress imt
terns, were $2.50 now $1.75, onr
10c India Linen now (ic onr 15c
Sateens now 10c, tho fino French
Sateens nro down, thoy soli well
until full weather. We have a
beautiful lino of dress Ginghams
nnd Seersuckers 7c. 8c. 9c. 10c.
and 12c. yd.
These good3 aro now in stock
don't wait until next weok to
find them nil gono (white goods
aro soiling). Onr butter trade
this year has been fur ahead of
ast. it sells fast it iresh and
sweet. Eggs are a little doubt
ful this season of tho year, we
lavo them on hand most of the
time, bring them on if they are
I. W. HAIITMA.N & SONS.
Dont forget wo arc always at
tho head for fresh groceries,
dishes, glass-ware, &c.
1. W. 11. & Sons.
B. F. Savits,
Tin Roofing a Specialty.
ESTIMATES FUllNISIIEI) ON
ALL WORK IN HIS LINE.
First door in BloDinsliurg Opera House
The undersigned executor ot the estate ot liuocn
Cadman, deceased, will sell at publlo sale on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1889,
at 10 o'clock a. m , a lot situated on Pint street
llloomsburi,', between the proportion or Divld
Edwards and C. V. Eves, 40 feet front, VO feet
deep, to an;alley, wnereon li erected a good
and o llbuu.llutrs.
TKKM4 1'urchaser to pay two nun Ired dollirs
down, and balance In equal payments every six
months, wl'li Interest,
J. b. Willi us, TUOM49IL WILLUMS,
HLOOD, LlVKlt AND
Nour U tlio appointol time fur
ihoroiitilily cloumiini tliu HyeU-m from
-ill iiii'ir'nien, outl u 1 will (iml tli.it the
CurtU Curupoand will ixuctly till tho
bill. Il Una Htood the toct of 22 yonrn
and its slea aro Iwvr than eve, every
yoar. I'rico sue. iml iM.OO.
'Fou Salk Hv
James H. rrlerccr,
lleialtlng from tbe Urrors of Yosth, folly, Vice. Ig
norance, Ac, may le enred at home without fill or
exposure. Jnrnfllble and fopfldrutlnl. Iarce
Treallje, 800 pace, only 1 1 by mall, sealed, post paid.
Small book, ullh endorMments of the prct, tree,
tjend now. Address the l'otxidy Medical In.tttute,
W lr, Vl',I,l'rkf r, ho.l UulSncb KC,l)o.U)ri,lli-i.
10,000 AGENTS WANTED at once to 8j11
the only Auiiuntio Cuarum uoj Uasruio
Bister; of li: hkm Flood,
with views ot all iwts connected with the tertlble
s-vnej ot tbe mulit r In in 1 ttl.n. Hum. iui psifes
l'rlee ll.v-I.IUrul 'irnns. 'I'uousands want IU
IIKVIXNI) is ItlMKsU hendiiul'lily aooloroul..
nttu 1. W. KKULKU Co , Hi 1'bei.tnut street,
l'blladHphta, l'a, June SI.
TIPTT HOZZJXB f
1709 CkeaUst St, rkllsa.
Tine roealre4 3Wi mt.
learn l il4f. .Ormlori
July to &ia.
Be Yonr Own Doctor.
It won't cost yon ono half as much.
Do not delay. Send threo 2-cent
stamps for postage, nnd wo will send
you Dr. Hauinian 8 great work, lino
colored plates from life, on disease, its
oanse, nnd home cure. Address A P.
Ordwny & Co , B ston, Moss.
sealed Dronosals will bo rocclfnt at tlmcommls-
aloncra' offlce In liloomsburg, Col. Co, ra, until
WcdDMxIay Aug. Tlh, A. i. lsd9, at 13 o'clock,
noon, for the erection of two liw Truss Iron
uridiroa, one to bo n iiriy-rour (sn root span, u
feet roadway, orer Ltttlo Klsliln Creek at Krors
Orovo In Oreenwood townsh'p. The other to bo a
forty-four (II) feet anan nnd fourteen (IP feet
roadway oyer Little. Flshlnir creek In lino between
P.nn anil Jaeknon Trt vnnhlnq. fieAr Theodore Men.
denliall's In road leading from llcnion to Unity-
Tine, aiso at ine sa-no time anil pmco proposals
will bo received for tho erection of Iwo abutni"nn
eight (8) feet I Ijth from low watermark for the
las' named tirtdifu. l'lan Mid fm-eltlcatlnns ean
bo seen at thnuumndsMoneni omco on nnd after
July utli, 1881 iiMs for siipentruetnm. utotio
work and cxcayatlon. will bo recclHd nenaratelr
or toeettier. The commissioners reserve tlie rlkUt
to reject any or ill bids.
Attest i J. p. I'oiiin , Cork.
M-3w. July 18th. '81.
RHUue of KUtxt (A-orve, rtrtVrtM,
Notlcols hereby clven that Ihe undcratirnod
appointed nn auditor, by tho orphans' Ciurt o'
Columbia County, to make distribution of thobnl-
ancein necnuntant'i hinds to and aiinnir tho bar-
tta entitled thereto, will attend at Ills omeo In
llloomsbunr. on TUursiUy, the IHh d iy of August,
now next, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon: when and
where all persons havlnit claims are required to
present them fnr allowance or bo turjver debarred
rom coming in oi Bald fund.
July 19-18S9 ta. Auditor.
Notice Is hereby irtven that thn underslirned.
appointed an auditor, by tli 3 Oipuans' Couit ot
i;oiumDia txiuniy, looisinouto uaiance iu nanus
of the cxe-utora to and among the parties entitled
thereto, will attend at hu olice In DloomsUurir.
on Friday, tho I6in day ot August, now next, att
ociock in mo rarenoon; wncn ana wnsro au per
sona having claim1) are required to present them
for allowance or be forever debarred from coming
In on said fund.
Estate cZYitil Former, dvid.
The undersigned auditor, annolntodbv the or.
phans' Court of Columbia couuty, to make distri
bution of thn fund In tho hand) of U. 0. Kvans,
administrator, as shown by his tlrst and final ac
count, will sit at the 0 nco or c. c. Grani Kaq in
Berwick, on Friday, August S3, lBf, at 9 o'clock a.
m , to attend to tho duties ot his appointment,
when nnd where all persons havlnf claims against
said estate rcust appear and prove the samo or
be forever debarred from any sharo of said fund.
19 4U Auditor.
Bslatc of Tliomas L. nail, arceased.
Tht unlcrblirnod auditor apuolntcd by the or
phan's Court of Columbucjunty to make distri
bution ot the fund In tho hands nt the executor
of said decedent as shown by the first and llnal ac
count, to ant among the parties entitled thereto,
will sit at his omco In "loomsburg nn Friday,
August v, l-m. at ten o'clock in tho forenoon to
perform the duties nf his appointment, wncn and
where all persons having claims against sal 1 fund 1
irusr. appear ana provo 1 ni same, or 00 lorever
debarred from any sbaro thereof.
1 . vtirtiaumKHiv,
July 13-4w. Auditor.
In Reinstate af James Jtwotty, late af ttoroityh of
The underslirned aiiDolnted auditor, to nnAs un.
onthecicepilonsniedtotho conllrinatlon ot tho
account, aud als? to mike distribution of the
fund In the bands of odmlnldxitor, to and among
the pantos entiled thercti. win meet tho pirtlos
interested, and attend to the duties of his appoint
ment, ua Mnauiy, August vi, nt v o'clock
a. m , at bis ortlce In the Town of liloomsburg,,
when aud where all persons having claims
airalnst said fund must appear and provo thesatne
or bo forever debarred from any ahare therof.
ltuu r. u. 1.1 ri i.k,
July u 13. auditor.
Kstate of IMnM Itfeirer, late of rine Hop., Coluin-
Nntlce Is hereby given, that letters of adminis
tration on the rhtat- ot Daniel Itrewer. late of
line township, Columbia county deceased, have
bof-n framed oy the KcgUter to Lucrotla Urewer
and Wm. Kaso WesL to whom all nersons IndebU
ed to tho said estate, are requested to m ike par-
uiuui, una muau u.ving claims to p.esoui vuu
samo without delay to
LUCUEm UHKWK11. Waller. Pa.,
or WM. KASB WKHT. Danville, l'a.
June i), 1889. 6t. Administrators.
h'lUUe of PMUfi Springer, law of Jtatlteon Hep.
Notice la lureby given Mut, letters of adminis
tration on th.i estate of riii-ip sjrlnfer, liw ot
Aiaauon lxiwnsmp, uuo ii-vu grameu uy ine
liegistcr ot will. to l ire iret s.irlarer. to whom
all persons lndcbtoJ to tuo sia'e are required 10
make payment ; and to whom all claims arc to be
prcsontea. prup -ny au u tniiu uu ior Beiiicuiuut.
John O. Fkkz. Esq. Jurseytown, l'a.
By virtue of a writ ot Fl. Ka. Issued out of the
Court ot Common fleas of Columbia County and
to me directed, then wilt be o.xpaso.1 to public
sale at the Court House, liloomsburg, l'a., on
SATUUDAY, JULY 27th, 1889,
at S o'clock in tin afternoon, tho Dllowlnt real
estate, viz: All that certain lot or piece of land
Bltuate In nulling Creek twp. col. Co., l'a., bound
ed and described as follows to wit : on the MoutU
by public road, on the West by lani ot John J.
Hess, oa tho North by land of Michael Wenner,
and on the East by laud ot Michael Wenner, con
taining Ono-half Acre, more or less, whereon are
A LOG HOUSE,
frame stable, with gooi well of w iter anl fruit
Seized, taken In execution at the suit of Hamuel
K Weaver, vs. Peter J, Weaver, administrator of
Anna lluss, doe'd, aud to b3 sold as tho property
of Anna Buss, deed .
JOHN 11. CASEY,
Tirjil BOIXOTOZI OI" X.TIT3i!
A eclenllflo sod Standard Popular Medical Tresll.o t,n
Ibe Krrorsof Yonin, rrernaiureueciiue,r.irou.
and Tby.l wl Debility, Impurltlri of tht- lllood,
Ite.ultinn trom Folly, Vice, lenortaee, Kicer.es or
Otertazatloo. Euervatlni; aim nnnttioir the lttlm
for Work, Uuilnm, the Married or Boclsl Uelatlon.
Avoid unskilful nrctenders. rossess tbli sreut
work. It eontsln. S00 pegei, royal 8vo. Ilrautlfut
blnitiue, emboued, full Kilt. I'llce, only l.'O by
inAll, po.t.pald, eoneesled In plain wrapper, lllns
IrHilre I'ro.pectue Frft, If you apply pow, 1'1-e
dl.tlnrul.hrd author, Wm. II. Parker, M. Ti., te.
ceUeif tbe GOLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL
from the Nntlonal Medical Association,
for the PRIZE ESSAV on NERVOUS nnd
PHYSICAL DEBILITY. Dr.I'arkerandacorpi
of A.WUnt rhy.lclani may be consulted, coull.
denllally. by mall or In person, at the etUeo of
Tin: rnXiioDY meuioat. inhtitutk,
Mi. 4 llulfliirli St., lloston, Mass., to wbomall
.rdi-rs fof books or letters for advice should be
directed as above.
Bone Fertilizers, for the work done, always as low in price as the lowest
If you art going to igtiort quality attdresults, do not buy our Ffrtilistrt,
tOU. IALB BY
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tyiTHtN MILLER, MAINVILLE
L fflAtEJK'3 f Jhe BdliiaW ClotHiior.
Why arc wo doing the largest Clothing ami Hut trade in Bloonisburg ? Good reason for it
you may bo LUiro. Wo keep the best ami most fashionublo goods, and prices aro ALWAYS THE
LOWEST. Our sloro is spacious, cheerful and well lighted and a model in all its appointments
and equipments. Our slock is NEW, BRIGHT and
Tho Largest Clothing and
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL
Almost as Palatable as Milk.
So riliguliril that It can bo taken,
digested, and assimilated by the most
nsltlve stomach, when the plain oil
cannnt be toleried; and by the com
blnatlon of the trlth the hypophos
pnltee In muci in-.re offlcacloas.
Btmirktlile as a flcsli prodater.
Fenous caln ra;ildJy while UUag It.
SCOTT'S EMULSION Is acknowledged by
Physicians to bo tho Finest and Best prepa
ration in tho world tor tho relief and cure oi
CENER.L DEBILITY, WASTING
COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS.
The great remtiy for Vonsvmptian, and
Wasting in Children. Sold by all Druggists.
COO Nortli Foarth Street. "'
QOO Grteti, PlilUililphlk, Wltk
Kb y tr (cenalnc) pmctloAtcxprrla
vnrt-f guftruntfe to our jom mora
qoicily, iIt nd perm tnen tly tbtn tnf
tdrrtlilrj poyiloUn, no tut tier who bt
ini La from viut Collci b rr44mtd.
or wht ht bjij elim 10 do. IfisThel
imHiiw myKimtiwimi w nu ja ticf 1 bim in torn vorrcci
lifiKMlDff and lacreiafat treatment of til Carsbltt
AND BLOOD POISON,
OIJKTIVATi; UrCKUS. IJLOTCIIF.N,
KKI1PTIONH, XIMPI.EN, NWELL.
TXUH, IN1XAHATION, Lost Vitality,
Knriy Ioeayf I'liyslnl nnd Mental
PrnslrnUon, Molaueliolln. Rlnddor
and Kidney Dlwcuses. (Acute caiei 10
Ujs). Collar at ence, MY METHOD
onblnlDf tba Alioptht, Tlomwopatblc, Eolretld A BflUDia
joiCLui Af nitdlalnt.inoludlmllectrlcltj, tb only one
known thot rurtt pcrvBiirntlr the wont tei.
UrgMt lloapiul and 1'riTate lrsttlcl Kiperl.
ce witb trf romtdj and maaaa kur wn to iflltitoe Tor
qulcktitrooovcrj and ertoaiieot euro. Tlie ntoat
trout ease ollelttl Vouni, middle aged and oil
ucb wrtto or eall for book Trotb, eiiKtalDifrauda, tbetr
aebeme to Tlctimin iDETereri. Tbouiandi aro dUrp.nted
by quaeki, lalmlD( U toiv years tiperUne wblcb tbej
do not pouen, tbetr aiaicf rating tod Iflni adrertliemtDU
la which tboy plotnra olieiaei In a men horrUbta form,
thai xlrlBf tbe poor uffcreri fala Ideal deprtTlog them of
all bopo mikirif then Tieilma of aaiaocholy or lDtanliy.
Halt aktll la tba baftonlag will aara money, offering and
delay. Iloara, v-a, . H'od. A Bat. F.T'(t,tllU. Sun. tllll.
WOMEN & CHILDREN'S SffKJttft!
atisaatacaaUUat. ilu boun ait uu it U C.
When I say Cnnn I do notrocanmcrslyto
stop ilii-in tur n linn-, ami then liave tliem re
turn nirain. I MKAN A K.UMCAL CUlili.
1 havo mado the disease of
FITS. EPILEPSY or
Allle-lonpt ttudy. I WAntuNT my remedy to
Cnitu the woxel ensos. IU-cuubu others havo
fail cc I is no rcuton fur not now receiving a euro,
t-endatnnro (nr a treatise and a Kkkb Hottlii
ot iny iM-Al.LinLli Kbmcdy, tiivo Impress
and I'oit OUIce. It costs you nothing tor a
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4tiii iwf a i Wi wbmi taiai j. i i
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"riact uhiinbsi. i r a
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aad cua f aqtul valaa.
One l'crtoti U auk
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orUr wtlb ear laxf and U
bla Uaa Qt llouarhold
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and NuinplF Wi w all fr.lLI,.U. .Addr
Will the FERTILIZER you intend
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it will produce BIG CROPS, and at
the same time maintain and build up
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Farming profits are too small to ad
mit of any but' judicious purchases.
Alter quality, and in proportion to
it, comes price. You shall find our
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aS E 1 R
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