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This powder never varies. A marre! o( puro I
strengtn ana wholcsomcness. sioro economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight alum or phosphtito towders. Sola only in
ivrubllshed every Friday, Butecrlptlon prlco.
f i.ixi a vear.
Entered at the Post omen at Dloomsburg, l'a.,
FRIDAY," JUIA' 20ri889."
roaBiCT RtlLHOlD Till TABLE,
HLOOMSnUItO JS.SULUVAN JtAIMlOAD
Taking effect MO.N1HY, NOVEMI1BII id, 18M.
Ar. Ar. Ar. Lv. Lv. Lv.l
STATIONS, r. H. r. H. A.a. A.w. p. H. P. M.
nioomsbunr, ss 1 os 8 w 8 35 s a 6 40
Mam street 6 18 13 M 1 68 S 4t ! 38 6 si
Irondale 6 16 lU bO 7 68 8 48 3 41 6 54
1'apcrMlll 0 08 W 40 7 48 8 56 2 P2 7 01
Uehtstreet 6 03 U 81 7 45 9 iw 2 57 7 os
OrangOVlUe 5 51 12 20 7 35 9 10 3 20 7 16
Forks, 5 45 12 00 7 20 9 23 3 36 7 31
Tubbs 5 42 11 M 7 15 II 30 3 42 7 36
Btlllwater 6 37 11 45 7 10 9 37 3 50 7 41
Benton 5 23 II 30 7 0) 9 47 4 15 7 52
Edwns, 5 23 11 20 6 51 9 61 4 20 7 50
coles creek 5 20 11 15 6 S3 V 66 1 21 8 00
Sugarloaf 5 15 11 10 0 14 10 09 4 24 9 03
Laubacln, 5 12 11 05 6 41 10 01 4 31 8 10
Central 6 Oil 10 67 6 38 10 12 4 40 8 15
Echo 1'ark. 5 Ul 10 63 6 25 10 15 4 43 8 19
Jamison city.... 5 oo 10 45 39 10 20 4 50 8 25
Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar
P. H. A. M. A. tf. A. M. P. M. P. 11.
Trains on tho P. S It 11. H. loavo ltupcrt is
7:32 a.m. 11:02 a. m.
3:31 p. rn. 6:23 p. m.
Tralnsonthe D. L. & W. II. K. lcavo Ilioomsburg
7:12 a. m. 8:32 a. m.
10:61 a. m. 12:06 p. m.
;2:2lp.m. 4:18 p.m.
6:36 p. m. 8:47 p. in.
Tralnsonthe N. tW, 1). Hallway pass Bloom
rerry as rouows:
10:48 .a. m. 11:37 p. m.
e.ss p. m. t'30 p. m.
10:48 a m 6:39 p m
Fou Sai.k. A desirable and commodious
residence on Main street, supplied with
water, gn9 nnd steam. Apply to
jauSOtf. L. N. Moybh.
Fon Sale A farm about a mile from
Afton, containing CO acres, all under culti
vation, wit i coo-l bnl utniis. wiiu an mis
year's crops, farming Implements and stock
will tin snlil nt nrivalu Bale. For narticu
lars inquire of J. 8. Williams, Uloomsburg.
Foit Sale. A lino farm containing
clghty-slx acres, situate in Columbia Coun
ty, about 250 yards from D. L. & W. II. It.,
and having upon It lino largo buildings, o
never failing spring of water, Is offered for
Bale upon easy terms. Address to
GEO. B. ItEIMENSN VDER,
7-lOlf. Sunbury, North'd. Co., Pa.
Foi: Hale A valuable vacant lot on
Market St., seven lots on Eighth Street,
ten dwellings and a good store property in
Bloomsburg. Six farms, two grist mills
and two storo properties in Col. Co. A
good farm of 307 acres with go'd build
Tugs In Virginia and two farms In Kansas
by M. P. Lutz Insurance and Heal Estato
Agt., Bloomsburg Pa.
Miss Dill of Lewlsburg Is visiting Mis a
Mis. Laird of Lowisburg is tho guest of
Miss Martha Clark.
Mr. Will C. Johnston of Jcrseytown was
in town on Saturday.
Miss Kendlg of Lancaster is visltinc her
friend, Miss Patterson.
Miss Uelen W. Harman of Bridgeport is
visiting Miss Madgo Drinker.
Miss Lulu Chance of Philadelphia is vis
iting nt Mrs, William Kramer's.
Miss Hachael Heese of Centralla visited
friends at Mauch Chunk recently.
Miss Lawrence and Miss Kauff of Milton
are the guests of tho Misses Hunyan.
Henry W. MuKclvy and family of Chica
go, are visiting at Dr. J. B. McKclvy's.
Bupt. J. S. Grimes was in town on Mon
day, and gnvo this oQlco a ploasant call.
Chester Btiltz and Thomas Wheeler of
Jameson City were in town on Saturday.
Mr. Frank Sloan came homo from Mary,
land on Saturday on a visit to ids parents.
C. B. Jackson, Esq., nnd Col. A. D.
Beely of Berwick were in town on Monday.
Mr.Hobert Brnffof Philadelphia is spend,
ing a portion of his vacation In Blooms
D. G. Bertsch of Mauch Chunk was In
town last week visiting his son, Geo. W.
PhllllnV. Weaver, ono of Hazleton's
nromlnnnt attorneys, was in town last
M - '
Itev. Edward Brunler of New York Is
visiting his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs,
J. J. Browcr.
Mr. Horace Uaeenbuch of Mahanoy City
U unnmllni. a few davs at Ills uncle's, Mr.
O. W. McKolvy.
Mloe Mnnlf nf llhamlicrsburir. wllO lias
been vlsltlne Miss May Sharpless, went
home on Tuesday,
Mrs. G, W. Bertsch went to Mauch Chunk
on Tuesday. 8ho will visit at Bethlehem
and Easton also before her return,
Joseph. Sands of Bowling Green, Ohio,
i.. i.. lin.l. tn onn lila lirnther. J.
h u..,ic If !nr,inQuiiii who Is seriously
A UaUUC) V iiumHn ' I
Mrs. O. 0. Barkiey weut to Courlland,
N. y on Tuesday, whero sho expects to
meet her husband on his return from the
Mrs. Harold Hodgers of Hazleton Is vis
ttlne at her father's, Mr. J. A. Funston
Sho has been ill for some time, but Is now
lrcd Drinker, son ot O. M. Drinker, has
accepted a situation In tho Colombian of.
flee to complete his apprenticeship at tho
Hev. L. O. Bheip of Doylestown camo to
Blcomsburg on Wednesday of lad week and
remained until Tuesday, prcachiug in the
Reformed Church on Sunday. He was the
iruest of N. U. Funk, Esq., and called on
many of his old acquaintances during ins
stay, Mr. Bbelp was pastor ol tlio Jleiorm-
ed Church here twenty-ono years ngo.
From here ho went to Doylestown and has
been lotaled there over since.
Oak Grovo Park has been put In good
M)ndltlon, and U now ready for engage
ment!. Churches, Sunday echool orgunb
rations or prlvato parties can make satis.
factory term by applying to W. R. Tubbs
or Geo. E. Elwcll, managers for tho Board
-ol Directors. 2w,
Hardware ot nil kinds nt I'cacocUs'.
Tax collectors' notices nntl rccclnts. for
Sftlo at this ofllco.
Illg bargains In horso collars at Peacocks'
to close out that lino.
Look out for tho m cchanlcs' nlcnlo. Dates
Riven next week.
Mly Pond Is visited by many neonlo
from this section every Hunday.
Tax Collectors' notices of tho dales on
which taxes will bo received, will bo In.
serted freo lu this pa por.
Col. John Jameson las been awarded
tho contract for building sixteen miles of
railroad In liucks county.
The Episcopal Sunday School and every,
body else who wanted to go, took nn ex.
cursion to Central on Thursday.
Mr. Charles tt. Monro, n graduate of tho
Hloomsbug Normal School, Is elected Prln
clpal of thoOrangovlllo Academy.
Applicants for schools In Greenwood town,
ship will bo examined nt Mlllvilio July 2(5 1
In Beaver twp. nt Mainvllle, Aug. 0.
Towanda has declared war upon peddlers
and unmuzzled dogs. Tho former aro fined
$50 and costs nnd tho latter aro shot.
Tho Ladles of tho W. 0. T. U. will servo
Mrs. Horer's lco cream nt their rooms every
aatunlay evening during tho summer.
Get rid of that ttrcd feeling as soon as
possible. Tako Hood's Sarsaparllla, which
gives strength, n good appctlto and health.
Hev. George Parsons, will preach In tho
Lutheran church next Sunday, when thcro
will bo a voto taken for tho selection of a
S. P. Hagcnbuch of Bloomsburg, has
sold his Interests In tho distillery of H. Y.
Edgar & Co,, nt Stillwater to ex-Sherlff
We are sorry to hear of tho recent ac
cident to Ell Mctlenry or Benton. Ho was
thrown from a load of gralu last Friday
and seriously hurt.
List Thursday Dr. Browu operated for
cataract upon both eyes ot Mrs. William
Kunyon of Brandonvillo Pa. She is eighty
eight years of age.
Judge E. B Lcmmon, formerly of Colum.
bin county, was one of the sufferers by tho
destructive lire which partially destroyed
ilnlley, Idaho, on the 2d inst.
J. b. Wilson, town treasurer, has given
notice that ho will receive taxes at the
store of J. D. Wilson up to August 17th.
After that 5 per cent, will lie added.
Abraham Hice has been appointed Jus-
tlcu of the Peace for Beaver township, by
the Governor. J. P. Ery was elected last
spring, but being postmaster was ineligible,
and hence thcie was a vacancy.
Phillips' Domestic Bakery has put on the
road a new bread wagon that is n model of
neatness and convenience. It is hand
somely finished nnd lettered, nnd has nu
merous compartments on the Inside for
cake, bread, &c. It was built at Sloan's
The examinations for admission to West
Point Military Academy arc very severe.
Out of ihosu upp lintcd a largo proportion
fail to gain ndmlsil .n. There Is now a va
cancy in lids district Are th 're no boys
in Columbia couuty who want to bo sol
Thousands have been relieved of iudl-
geslion nnd loss of apputttu by a single
bottle of Avii's SirsnpirilU. The use of
this medicine, by lone and strength to tho
assimilative ornns, Iris made Innumer
able cures of chronic dyspepsia. Price $1.
Worth $5 i. boille.
J. W. Pel ry, proprietor of Elk Hun Hotel,
Sugarloaf, was in ln.vn l ist week, Thurs-
day, nt wh'cli lime ho received from tho
State Fish llatchuiy several cans of young
trout, supposed to contain 10,000, which
bo took home nnd placed In the West Fork
Aycr's Hair Vigor h u no eiiaul, In merit
and efficiency, as a hair dressing and for
the prevention ot baldness. It eradicates
dandruff, keeps the scalp moist, clean, and
healthy, and giyc3 vitality and color to
weak, faded, aud gray hilr. Tho most
popular Df toilet articles.
C. C. Trench nnd wife, I). F. Weiss and
wife, D. Kitchen and wife, W. F. Bodine
and wife, S. Turnbach and wife, Mrs. P.
Deily, Miss Mary Unangst and Miss Ida
Turnbach .vent to the North Mountain for
a two week's vacatioj. They will camp in
tho woods near tlie Elk Hun Hotel.
101 Vbaiis Old. Abraham Hart, the fath
er of ex.Senator W. W. Hart, ot William-
sport, was one hundred and one years old
on thu Cth ot May last. Recently ho had
a fall and hurt bis back against a bench,
nnd it was feared ho might not recover.
But lie is slowly getting better again.
The new public Bchool building Is pro.
gresslng, and Is beginning to show its
beauty. Twenty-flvo years ago tho best
school building In Boom9burg was tho old
Academy on Third street, which cost four
hundred dollars. Now the aggrcgato value
of all the school property. Including tho
Normal, Is over $200,000,
II. J, Clark's addition to his storo room
on Centre street will bo 30 by 80 feet, two
stories high. Tho growing business of
II. J. Clark & Son requires more room and
they are ever ready to keep pace with tho
demands ot trade. Bloomsburg Is boom.
log and they Intend to keep up with the
List of unclaimed letters remaining tn
tho Bloomsburg, Pa Post Ofllco for tho
week ending July 23, 1839.
Mr. Parry Heller, Miss Nell Bchoch, Miss
Persons calling for these letters plcaso
"X. "l.ey advertised."
Gkoikie A. Clakk, P. M.
Tho new EpUcopal church at Towanda
was opened for public worship on Sunday,
July 14. BUhop Hullson preached an ap
propriate sermon. Tho church is ono of
tho handsomest structures in Northern
Pennsylvania. Tho lUporUr-Journal, with
Its usual enterprise, prints a lino cut ot the
building, and a long and Interesting report
of the serviccB.
From July 1, 1888, tho prico ot the Col.
umwan is only $1.00 a year. It Is tho
largest paper in tho county, and gives tho
most news. Show It to your neighbor. U
tho reading matter of this paper for one
year wero printed In a book, it would
make GOO pages, which would cost three or
four dollars. We charge only one dollar.
fry It for a year.
Oak Grovo Is In demand. On tho 24 th
tho Reformed Sunday School bad a picnic
there : on tho 25th the Presbyterian occupi
ed it to-night a hop wilt bo held thcro by
tho young people of the town, and to.mor.
row a Beiwick Sunday School will enjoy
ItBclt there. Congregations wishing to en
gage tho Grovo should apply cany to W.
H. Tubbs or Geo. E. Elwcll.
Window and door screens at Peacocks'.
THE COLUMBIAN AND
Harry Y. Sharpless Is nt homo on a visit
after an absenco of flvo years. Ho Is living
at Pueblo, Colorado and Is engaged In tho
real estato business. From a list of pto
perttcs which ho has for sato wo notlco
that land on Main street in Pueblo Is ((not
ed from $137.00 por foot to i$500. BusL
ncss blocks aro said to bring 10 to 10 per
cent, on tho Investment.
Dirii. On Friday, about noon, Hachcl
Hcacock dlod nt tho residence of her son.
In-law, U. P. Henry, with whom sho had
her home, aged about sixty years. Deceas
ed was a sister of Joslah Hcacock and had
been nn Invalid for nearly forty years. Tho
funeral was conducted from tho,houso on
Sunday morning and intcrmont In Friends'
burying ground. MillciUe lUUt.
The Bloomsburg Colombian suggests that
Shlckshlnny do something and got her
nnmo In tho Philadelphia papers too. Wo
do get Into the papers occasionally, but It
is via. Wllkos-Barrc. When anything hap.
pens hero wo tcScphono It to tho county
seat whero a big liar makes It throo times
larger than It is and wo get tho credit
without doing tho lying. Shickttiinny Kcho.
A very pleasant party was given at tho
rcsidcnoo of C. G. Barkloy, Esq. last Frl
day night, by his daughters Misses May
and Jo. About eighty persons were pro.
sent. Tlio premises wcro illuminated by
Chinese lanterns, with very pleasing effect.
Dancing nnd other amusements wcro
Indulged in until a lato hour. Blooms
burg Is becoming qullo gay In a social
Tho tax duplicates of tho county, and
school district have been placed In tho
hands of M. C. Woodward, collector, and
all persons wishing to gavo tho flvo por
cent, penalty must pay their taxes on or
before August 10th. Tho Collector will bo
at tho ofllco of Guy Jacoby, Esq., on Aug.
1st, 2d, nnd 3d, nnd on the 8th, Oth and
10th, from 2 to 0 o'clock, p. m., to rccclvo
Loton Sherwood was killed near Jame-
son City last week Thursday, wlulo cngag.
cd In logging for Shcrwool, Hoyal & Co.
A log had lodged against a tree, and whllo
efforts wcro being inado to detach It, a
team being hitched to it, It struck a treo
with a broken top which fell on him nnd
crushed his skull. Tho remains were
uimcu hi ucnion. no was about 45 years
Manor Host Inn at Jameson City presents
an attractive and imposing appearance as
ono approaches it on the railroad, It Is
ono of tho points of Interest that attracts
tno attention of all excursionists to tho
North Mountain. It Is expected that nr.
tangemcnts will soon bo mado to open tho
Hotel, nnd a grand opening will take placo.
One of tho biggest excursions of the season
is locked for.
A special meeting of the 'Town Council
was held on Thursday evening July 18.
Plans wcro submitted by an architect for
the proposed Town Building, which would
make the building cost more than was in
tended, and it was therefore decided that
other plans for a two story and a thrco
story building should be prepared, and sub
mitted for the action of the Council.
Building permits were cranted to U. J.
Clark and F. P. Billmcyer
Wo never publish personal controversies
willingly. Tho prlvato quarrels of Individ
uals arc of little Interest to tho public, nnd
ought to bo settled privately. But in the
present war of words that Is raging be.
twoen Prothonntary Snyder and Wllllf.m
Krlckbaum, tho latter began It and invited
a reply. At Mr. Snyder's request we have
given space to those replies, and he has
assumed tho responsibility of his allega
tions by signing his name thereto.
E. L. Lemon and A. A, Pealcr, of Fish
ingcreek, havo purchased tho steai th resh
cr of Bartley Albertson, and will travel
over tho usual route heretofore followed by
him. Mr. Albertson has been running his
machlno through the county for a number
of years, and his work has given general
satisfaction. Tho new owners will prove
themselves equally as cfilcicnt. Any ono
desiring to communicate with them should
address E. L. Lemon, Hunyon, Pa.
The Veal Law. The law prohibiting tho
killing of a calf before it has attained tho
proper age is severe and somewhat strin
gent. It provides that any person who
kills, or causes to bo killed, with Intent to
sell tho meat thereof for family use, n calf
of less than four weeks, or knowingly sells
or has In his possession such meat, with
tho Intent to sell tho same for such use to
a forricn market, shall bo imprisoned not
moro than six months or fined not more
There havo been many trespasses com
mltted at Oak Grovo heretofore, aud tho
management is determined to protect tho
property and put an end to all unauthorized
Intrusions. Tho Grovo is prlvato property
and no ono has any right there without
permission, Notlco Is hereby given that
any persons found on tho premises on Sun
day or any other tlmo without permission
will bo prosecuted according to law. Par,
cnts who do not want to pay costs should
keep thlcr children away from there, except
when it is open to tho public.
Of tho origin of "milk shake" tho follow.
Ing account is given i The seductive be v
erago dealt out all through tho country,
was invented only a year or so ago In Bos
ton, and by the end of last summer It had
become common In tho remote West, and
in tho South as well as through the East.
It wears well, and the milk dealers this
summer say It Is bound to tako tho wind
out of tho soda water fountain sails. Its
namo describes it excellently, for It is notli
rcg but plain milk with a little essence
shaken up in it by a machine that turns
with a crank.
J. G, Wells will occupy both sides of tho
store room wnero no is now located, in a
few weeks. Tho room will bo enlarged by
tho removal of tho partition, tho cases will
be remodeled, and many other Improve.
mcnts made. In order to mako room for
him an addition will bo built In the rear of
tho building, which will bo added to tho
Columbian olllco. Tho cntranco to tho
Colemuian ofllco will bo at tho front door,
tho same as heretofore, and a businoss
olllco will bo retained in tho front room,
When completed, both, Mr, Wells and tho
printing ofllce, will havo moro room, and
bo moro convcnlcutly arranged.
Tho owners of vicious dogs may read
with profit tho following synopsis ot the
law In refcrenco to their animals i If any
body Is attacked nn tho highway by a dog
the person has tho right to kill the dog
and tho owner can bo held accountable for
any Injury indicted by tho animal. Even
on tho premises ot tho owner ot tho dog,
should a person be attacked and Injured
after endeavorlug to protect himself, tho
owner can be held responsible for damages
Indicted, provided u can bo shown that tho
person Injured was In pursuit of busln'.-ss
or nu n friendly visit. If a dog by barking
ut passing horses or vehicles occasions any
damage, Us owner is liable for the loss
Flno Cabinets In vignette or scroll.
tt M'KUlIp Bron.
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Tho Manor Hcst Inn property nt Jame
son City consists of moro thm an aero ot
ground, with a four story fr.tmo hotel nine
ty feet long, with verandas, water, sewer
ago and .Ml modern conveniences. It bis
cost tho company nearly $3000. In order
to furnish tho houso a mortgnga for $3150
has been placed on tho property and bonds
ot $100 each havo been lssuod nt six per
cent, payable In ten years or soonci. No
bettor security can bo obtained than this,
nnd persons wanting a good Investment
should apply nt onco to W. H. Tubbs, Geo.
E. Elwell.or A. L. Fritz, Bloomsburg. 2w
Much complaint has been mado of lato
by strangers coming from tho city to
Bloomsburg by tho Pennsylvania railroad.
On asking for a ticket to Bloomsburg, they
havo been given n ticket to Bloom Ferry,
with tho assurance that that Is tho namo
of tho Bloomsburg station, and that It Is
lust across tho river from tho town, and
that convcyanco meet every train. Ticket
agents on tho Pennsylvania road ought to
know better than tills, for they aro certain.
ly drawing on their Imagination when thoy
Impart such Information. Wo know of
several people who have been landed tho
other side of tho river at nieht. and been
obliged to walk to town In stormy weather
because thoy wcro misinformed by tho
ticket-seller. Tho Pennsylvania Company
should cither put n brl'lga across the river,
or Instruct Its agents to tell people that
there aro no accomodations whatever at
The C0LDMIUA.N Printing Olllco Is now
tho best equipped of any establishment in
Northeastern Pennsylvania, outside of
Scranton, Wllkesharro and Wllllamsport.
For years It has been uhcad of all others
In tho county In Its facilities, and jobbing
patronage, being tho only olllco that pro
pelled its job presses by water power, Iho
others using foot power. Notwithstanding
this, tho business has grown lo such pro
portions, that It becamo necessary to ln
creaso our facilities, and wo now havo a
Campbell Book and job press In operation
which is capable of turning out a great
deal of work In n short time. A now
stereotyping outfit, purchased In Kansas
City, Mo., has also been added to our ma
chlnery, which enables us to duplicate
forms, so that books, circulars and other
slmlllar work can be turned out at prices
fully as low as can bo dono in tho cities.
Our outfit now consists of six printing
presses, and there are twlco as many men
engaged in doing oyr work as in any other
office in Iho county. All kinds of printing,
no matter what, can be obtained hero, nt
the very lowest prices, and on tho latest
improved machinery. Call in nnd bcc It.
The Harvest Home He-union of the Ave
congregations under tho pastoral caro of
Hev. A. Houtz will bo hold In tho grove
of Mr. McGargcll near Orangevlllo on
Thursday, August 1st. Tho forenoon ses
sion will begin at 10 o'clock a. m. and will
pertain to tho harvest. The afternoon ses
sion will pertain to tho twentieth anniver
sary of the present pastorate, and will In
clude the reading of tho history of tho
charge and tho rendering of several toasts
by the ministerial brethren of Wyoming
Ciassis. Tho usual offerings for benovo
lenco will be lifted nt each session. There
will bo about two hours deyoted to
dinner nnd social intercourse. An inter
estlng programme with excellent music
has been prepared for tho occasion. Tho
dinner will bo In tho form of a basket pic
nic. An excellent spring in this beautiful
grovo will furnish ample water for man
and beast. All persons bringing horses
must avoid tying them to any tree that
might thereby bo injured. Excursion
rates can bo bad on that day at all stations
on the B. & S. H. R. to Orangovillc. No
confectionery stand of any kind will bo
permitted on tho grounds. If tho weather
should bo too inclement, tho services will
bo held In the church. All aro cordially
invited to attend.
A. Houtz, Pa9tor.
Tho Lutheran Sunday School picnic at
Central Grove Park, Thursday of last wcok
was quite a success. There were about
seven hundred on tho grounds Including
children. Tho day was a beautiful one,
and hence afforded a One opportunity of
walking up to Jamison City', many taking
advantage of tho nearness, aud desirous of
seeing tho industries there. Jamison City
is certainly a growing placo, tinny now
houses being built to accomodato the work
men. The first point of interest is tho
large saw mill. Logs were tuken from tho
boom, carried up into tho mill, run through
tho edging machine, taken to tho gang
saws, and mado Into boards in less time
than it takes to write a notlco of it. Tho
hub factory is tho noxt point, hero hubs
aro turned from tho solid logs at tho rate
of two a minute. In tho same building Is
tho vaneerlne machine. Tho around Is
lust being broken for tho largo tannery,
this is being built by Corcoran i; Co.,
owners of tho saw mill, who am so crowd
cd with orders for lumber that thoy cannot
cut for building tho tannery, which will
tako about ono million feet of lumber. Tho
plumbers aro at work llttlnc up tho Manor,
Rest Inn. It 13 a great mistnko that this
building was not completed for this sea-
son. It is certainly a beautiful place, and
will bo a great attraction for tlio summer
season. It Is worth tho walk from tho
grove just to visit this hotel which will no
doubt bo tho greatest summer resort la this
All IiulilHtry ofllie l'luoil.
Nelson, Bycrs & Co., tho Wllllamsport
lumber firm that purchased the stray logs
fn tho vicinity of Columbta, havo now
leased the property located between tho
Columbia Gass Works and tho Susquehanna
Rolling Mill and tho Columbia and Port
Deposit Rallrpad tracks and tho river. Tho
property has a frontage of two hundred
and fifty foct along tho river. Thoy havo
also leased a portion of tho wharf belong
ing to tho Chestnut Hill Iron Company
This will bo used for piling ground. Tho
firm estimates It will require three or four
years work to cut tho timber into manu
facturlng lumber. Thoy exoect to pay out
about $3000 monthly in wages and a large
number of men will And employment ,
KiilKlMH of tliu CJoUIuii i;ni;lc.
Tho following are tho officers of Thctn
Castle, No, 270, ot Bloomsburg, Pa., for
tho ensuing blx months' term : Past Chief,
Wm. B. Cumming8 ( Noblo Chief, Wm, E.
Bhalterj High Priest, George L. Moyer
Vcnerablo Hermit, John C. Hutter, Jr.
Master of Records, Guy Jacoby ; Clerk of
Exchequer, H. A. Bchoch Keeper of Ex
chequer, I. D. White i Blr Herald, B. W
Hagcnbuch i Worthy Bard, J, K. Bitten.
benderj Worthy Chamberlain, Geo. Edgarj
Ensign, Wm. H. Houscli Esquire, O. I.
Hcndcrshot; First Guardsman, Elmer Mc
Brldo Becond Guardsman, W. J. Shutt j
Trustees, B. P. Hagcnbuch, J. B. Blue and
W. II. Brookoi Representative to Grand
Castle, Jacob Shaffer, Tho membership Is
ono hundred and nine.
New l'orin of llurlal,
Doctors an J undertakers nt Pittsburg aro
considering a compromlso between burial
and cremation. Tho idea Is to erect mam
moth mausoleums to hold thousands ot
i bodies, and by n system ot air draughts, to
dry tho bodies up. A corporation proposes
to introduce tho plan Id villous cities.
roitji;i ki;iiv TO NO. 2.
Air. KrlcUb turn, you commcbccd tbls pa.
per contest without tho slightest provooa.
tlon and when It Is over I hopo you will
ever rtflor hold your peace
Yoii tried to vilify my father whllo living
because ho supported Mr. Bnydcr of Mlffiln
for BhcrllT and you was defeated, "Vou
wroto n letter to Mr. Joseph Martz of On la
wlssa In which you mtdc falso accusations
against him nnd I secured tho letter nnd
handed It to cx-Shcrlff Aaron Smith of Hem
lock. Since then you turned your nttcn
tlon toward mc, until forhcaranco ceases to
bo n virtue, and havo taken every advan
tage with your vllo eheot to glut your yen.
As I stated before, you aro conducting
your pnpcr.for tho solo purposo of applaud
ing your friends and denouncing your enc
ou mado several abusive statements
about' cx-Shcrlff Smith of Fishingcreek
bccatiso ho refused to becomo a tool tn
your hands nndgtvo you his official patron
age, and had tho Assoclato Judges been
truo to their trust and convictions and re
fused you tho license advertisements you
would havo poured your spleen upon them
just as you do upon other officials you fall
I caro for nothing you said In your last
week's article, but about teachers' ccrtlfl.
catcs, which you know to bo a branded
falsehood. You mado a similar chargo In
front ot the Central Hotel during our cam
palgn In '84 when you said that I had sold
Hon. J. T. Fox ot Beaver and Mr. G. M.
Ikcler of Mt. Pleasant each a certificate,
which I made you recall quicker than you
said it. I never examined Mr. Ikcler nnd
as to Mr. Fox you denied to him of over
saying so. It appears that lying and de
ception aro your essential elements of suc
cess. You always lied about that barrel of
whisky you bougbt and had placed In tho
now jail, to which I will refer by and by.
As to tho certificate, I daro you to pro.
duco your author, you branded falsifier.
The first tlmo I evor hear of you repeat
ing Ibis falsehood, I'll make you. retract it
the llrst opportunity. I am sorry you havo
not moro respect for tho teachers.
You want mo again to explain about fees,
which Is becoming monotonous j however,
I'll repeat In eubstanco what I said before ;
In the Common Pleas, Orphans' Court, and
Oyer and Terminer, I chargo tho same as
you did when you wcro Prothonotary, and
in tho Sessions I chargo less ; tor lnstanco
for nppolntment of constablo or supervisor
you charged $1.25 for which I chargo $1.00,
aud for constables' bonds and returns 1
never charged anything, becauso tho feo
bill you aro constantly quibbling about
docs not allow It. You charged them at
overy Scs3lonhlch, amounted to about
$200.00 during your administration. Do
not tako my word for this hut ask tho con-
stables, thoy are the best authority. As
you havo becomo a retormer you should
return this money where it properly be
longs and hereafter teach reform by ex
ample and not by precept. With you it
has been lino upon line, precept upon pre
cept, hcrh a little and thero a little, until
you filled your pockets with illegal fees,
bridges and jail contracts, $500.00 stolen
bond, and shaved shoep orders, and when
tho honest taxpayers becamo disgusted and
turned you out of office, you grew angry,
cursed the Democratic party and bolted tho ,
County, Stato and National ticket, attempt
cd to join the Republican yarty, but was
rejected ns an ex-boss. You purchased a
newspaper of your own cloth and now
would like lobe recognized as a prominent
editor of the county. Oh I what u jewel
thou art 1
You want six signers to a paper to call
on you to explain away that $500.00 stolen
bond. If you will return tho amount of It
I'll get you any quantity of signers. You
would succeed about as well as you do in
trying to explain tho barrel of whisky
away. I havo a letter In my possession
which you wrote to Mr. Wclrman nt Ben
ton asking him to get six of tho Grand
Jury to sign a paper denying that you had
a barrel of whisky nt tho jail, out of which
thoy freely drauk when visiting tho public
buildings, so you could explain it away.
You deny charging $3.00 for advertising
audits, etc., slnco you announced that you
would chargo only $2.00, which Is untruo ;
you tako thrco when you can. Tho last
ono paid Into tho olllco for you is in tho
estato of Thomas Faus, deceased, whero
you receipted the record for $3.00 April 1,
18S9. This la just llko your barrel of
whisky. You are fast on tho r.cord, still
you deny It.
In regard to tho marrlago license In Lo
cust, please give mo tho namo ot tho party,
aud it 1 am In error, I'll cheerfully correct
It. Tlio fees are as follows i Where both
parties aro adults 50 cts.; whero ono Is a
minor 50 cts. additional, and when both
aru minors 0(1 cts. more tor consent and
acknowledgements. Tho Justice's costs
aro tho samo ss thoso of tho Clerk of tho
As to tho assessment of '03 you must bo
getting scarce of ammunition to sco 11 I
owned a dogj you havo been well rewarded
looking after dogs, especially when they
destroy tho farmers sheep, and you ex.
plained to them that thero was no money
In tho treasury and shaved their orders.
Had you asked mo I could havo told you I
owned no dog and was clerking at Wilkes.
barre, No. 53 Market St., for M. A. Holmes
& Co., for three years, during which tlmo
I paid $334.00 assessments to All quotas,
and Bttll Hold tho receipts. Vou were
moro loyal, you served your county tweuty
years in the Court House, altered the re
cords, served as Commissioners clerk, D
puty Treasurer, board of County Coramls
Bloners nnd Deputy Sheriff, all at tho samo
time, run and robbed tho county, and
mado many candidates blto tho dust who
refused to glvo you halt tho emoluments,
provided you assisted them to olllco, and
subscribed $15.00 toward a tlag for Fish
ing creek township which y"u still refuse
to pay i rolled a barrel of whisky into tho
new ialli perjured yourself In trying to
deny it, and deserted and cursed tho Dc
mocratio party because It becamo disgusted
at your loyalty and turned you out.
As to Jury feo, don't worry. I am under
$40,000.00 bond approved by the Court,
and tho County owes mo moro than $30.00
vorth of Jury fees which will bo paid to
tho county at our next settlement In the
near future, provided I step down and nut
with public funds llko you did. thon it Is
proper tlmo to call a halt. As to County
Auditor, you wero at tho bottom of all tho
trouble causedt he Register and Record
er and myself, which compelled us to go to
Harrisburg to get corrected, and many
thanks wo owo thu Auditor General for his
fair and Impartial treatment. Whilo thcro
I conversed with uinny leading members
ot the Legislature who Inforraod mo that
tncy considered you noming moro man a
boodler and wall tlnwer, and It I wero to
tell your readers wucro you spent your
leisure hours It would make them blush
wiin shame, tho most oi iho tlmo ynu
wcro in tue same conuuion i saw you a
few days since when you wero trying to
lead your horso to water, In a beastly state
ot Intoxication, when somo boys wore
playing ball at tho rink, stopped and watch
cd you and tho tallest remarked "look at
Krlckbaum, ho is too drunk to lead his
horso isn't ho a nlco man to go to tho Lo.
gislature." "Ho Is not leading his horso
but his horse Is leading him," cried anoth
Last Thursday you accompanied tho
Lutheran picnic from this placo to Hess1
Grovo with a bottlo of liquor In your pock
ct and trcatod parties on tho train, when
tho Superintendent of tho R. H. gavo you
notlco to abstain from such f disgraceful
display In presenco ot Bunday Bchool chll
dron. How Is this for reform ?
You want to know why 1 chargo $1.00
for four affidavits to draw a jury becauso
tho feo bill allows Mcts for each affidavit
and you charged tho samo. Tho Sheriff
and Register and Recorder chargo tho
samo fees their prcdoccssors did, which
aro legitimate. Yet you made a specialty
ot mo becauso tho people put you out nnd
mo in, "Thou hypocrite, cast out first tho
beam out of thino own oyo, nnd thon shalt
thou sco clearly to pull nut tho mota that Is
tn tby brother's eye." As to tho remainder
of questions on fees I refer your readers to
tho Records) they nro open for Inspection
freo nt charge, and no person tn tho coun
ty has had freer access to them and the
flics than you, and In return you heap
cd a hundred fold moro curses and abuse
upon mc than nil tho rest of tho pcoplo in
tho county. I am sorry your heart is so
full of malice and ill-will that you cannot
bo comforted without this paper contest.
Should you desire nnythlng more to gratify
your spleen pleaso call for It in No. 8 and
you shall bo accommodated. You had bet
ter dovoto your time and attention and ex.
plain to your constituents why you yotcd
ngalnet their Interests In tho lato Lcglsla
ture. You faithfully promised wh n you
wcro peddling boodlo at tho dead hours of
night that if elected that you would dis
charge your duty faithfully and efficiently.
When you were sworn in you took an oath
to support tho Constitution of Pennsylva
nia, which forolds under Artlclo XVII,
Sect. 8th, tho taking of freo railroad passes
which you took In deflanco of your oath,
law and justice, besides other trimmings,
and voted for tho interests of railroad cor.
poratlons against those of tho poor tax
payers, compelling them lo shut up their
cowii, bawl themselves -lank and lean for
tho abundance of pasture that Is going to
wnsto as their children go hungry to bed,
crying for milk, all becauso railroad com.
pauies uccd not fenco their tracts, for
which you voted, for passes and extra trim,
mtngs. This Is a living vital question to
which your attention Is invited. You
doubtless will try to explain It away as you
did tho barrel, but you are ou record and
you cannot dccelvo your constituents.
You speak again about Mr. Welrman's
affidavit. Tho following letters will ex
plain themselves :
"All communications should be sccom.
panlcd with n stamp to secure prompt at
tention. Office ot Wm. Krlckbaum, Pro
thonotary and Clerk of Courts, Blooms
burg, Columbia County, Pcnn'a. October
17, 133J. Friend James Wcirmau, Dear
Sir: Thcro will bo a gathering at tho
MlllllnX Roads Hotel on next Friday night.
Now if you will como down ou Friday
forenoon, I will take you over and bring
you back on Saturday forenoon and keep
you clear. I hopo you will como. I havo
had no chanco to talk to you slnco tho
Ohio Election. Now wo must all work.
Crgo ovory Democrat to como out and vote.
Come, Jim, and let's hayo somo fun once.
Beaver is a bully placo for that. Yours,
&c. Wm. Krlckbaum."
The above Is a yerbatlm copy in which
you wanted overy Democrat to come out
and vote, and after you were dofoated for
tho nomination for Prothonotary you de
serted and cursed tho party, bolted tho
ticket and urged every Democrat to stay
at liomo or do as you did. You aro a Dem
ociat for office and revenue only.
Tho following I received from Mr. Weir-
mau : "Benton, February 10th, 1834. Mr.
Snyder, Sir : I havo been confined to tho
houso sick slnco last Thursday. I wish to
sco you somo day. I would llko to nave
been In Bloom court week. I am confident
I could havo galnod somo valuable infor
mation but 1 havo enough now to debar
Billy from that nomination even should ho
bo able to corrupt enough voters with his
money and whisky to secure the amount
of votes that Is required to get the dele
gates to nominate him. I believe if I wero
to tell him at tho present timo that I would
expose him if ho did not withdraw his
namo from tho contest, ho would do it
rather than bo exposed. I will wait and
seo and when tho proper tlmo comes I'll
burst out upon him llko n volcano and bury
him beneath the ruins of his own corrup
Burn tills letter, for Billy looks upon m o
as ono of his particular friends and I want
him to think so till 1 get all out of him I
want. Yours, respectfully, J. R. W,
Hero wa3 a McParlan ; ho got Into your
ring, and was conversant with all your
tactics. Onco a "dear friend," now you
denounce him; why don't you buo that
promissory note for $110.00 and rule It ou t
for arbitration 1
Now as to tho barrel of whisky, at the
jail about which so much has been said
Tho records at tho distillery clearly and
distinctly show to whom every barrel ot
whisky is sold, and a careful report thereof
must bo mado under oath to tho Rovenuo
Collector to avoid defrauding tho govern
ment. 'ibis was done, as tho records ot
tho distillery and in tho Collector's office at
Wilkes-Barrc show that you purchased
barrel and had It placed according to your
personal instructions In tho now jail. Tho
llstlllcrdld his duty as a man of business
properly, lor which ho is to bo congratulat.
ed, and when you wero aiked by a man
from Benton through tho papers If you did
not havo a barrel of whisky at tho jail, you
went and mado tho.tollowlng affidavit :
"As to that barrel of wht3ky tho deponent
says, that ho lias not a barrel of whisky at
tho now jail nor anywhere clso."
Sworn and subscribed)
bjforo mo July 20, 1834. V W. Khiokb acm.
John M. Clark, J. P.)
This you denied llko a Judas In your
last week's artlclo in which you say, "this
Is a matter wo would very much regret to
havo tho public bollove, and moro sorry if
It wero truo, but knowing it to bo false wo
will mention to Mr. Snydor that this Is a
grave chargo and that tho llko could not bo
expected to como from tho pen ot a decent
white man." You ought to "regret" and
00 "sorry" to stanu ocioro tlio public a
perjurer and havo tho audacity to still
dony It. Rednoso Mike regretted and was
sorry for what he did, for which ho paid
tho penalty ot tho law, and it you had your
dues you would bo paying tho penalty "ot
your crime beulnil tno bars of tho Eastern
Penitentiary for perjury.
Wm. 11. Bnydku
Hun over ly a Itcnper.
Dean, a little Bon of Mr. W. V. Robbins
of Cambra, was run over by a mower last
Friday and badly hurt. He climbed on th
machine while his father's back was turned
and tho horses starting throw him under
the wheels. Ono of tho wheels passed over
his head and such was tho weight ot tho
machine that his eyes wero forced from
their sockets. Notwithstanding the Injury
ho is in a fair way to recover. Ecluy.
Don't Give Vi
becauso you feci bluo and aro troubled
with that tired and all-gono feeling. Do
as I did, uso a bottlo ot Sulphur Bitters, It
will mako you feel llko a ucwpcrsouj It did
354 Trcmont utrett, Boston.
Corner Hloiio I.nyliiR.
Tho corner stone of tho now Presbyterian
Church will bo latd with appropriate cere
monies on Tuesday, July 130, at 5 o'clock,
p. m. Hev. Dr. Cattcll is oxpectcd to do.
liver tho address, and many mlnlstorsof
neighboring charges havo been Invited by
Hev. I. M. Patterson, tho put or. to bo
The Cnriiet factory.
David Uonslngor was awardod tho con .
tract for building tho now Carpet Factory
last Saturday. Tho building will bo locat
ed on Fifth street back of tho Fair Ground,
and will consist of thrco buildings, ono ot
which will bo thrct stories high, tho second
being for dyeing, tho third for boiler and
engine. This Industry, which will bo ono
of tho largest In town, will bo conducted
by James Magco & Co., of Philadelphia,
who aro men ot largo expcrlcnco in tho
Ilnliy Cnrrlnifca I'rec on tlio l'ciin.
Tho Pennsylvania Railroad Company has
Issued Instructions to nil baggago agents
and baggage masters on tho system cast of
Pittsburg and Erlo to rccelvo and carry
free ot cost In baggago cars, baby carriages,
when accompanied by their owners.
This is n concession In favor of the child
rcn which their parents will heartily apprccl.
atoand It is but another manifestation ot tho
constant endeavor of tho company to mako
tho road attractive to everybody.
CoiiHuniptluii Hitrcly Cured
To tub EniTon Plcaso Inform your read
ers that I havo a positive remedy for the
above named disease. By Its timely use
thousands ot hopeless cases havo been per
manently cured. I shall be glad to send
wo bottles of my remedy rana to any of
your readers who havo consumption If they
will send mo their express and post olUc
address. Respectfully, T. A. 8 LOCUM
M. C..181 Pearl St., Now York, sept-21-ly
now to WnHlt I'lanucl Hlilrts.
"Yes, wclhavo a good deal of!complalnt
from customers about tho shrinking of
their shirts," said a dealer this morning.
"All material will shrink some. Wo gen
erally allow halt an inch of flannel, and if
It Is properly washed there is no reason
why it should Bhrlnk somo perceptibly nf.
ter that. Tho proper way Is to souso tho I
garment In hot sudi-nevcr rubbing it-
and put it repeatedly through tho wringer.
Tho garments should nover bo wrung with
tho hjnds and never put in cold water."
loo I.ailleH Wanted'
And 100 men to call on any druggist for I
a free trial pickago of Lino's Family Mcdl
clno, tho great root and herb remedy, dls.
niiunrrwl 1,i. Utlno T.nnn .l.l1n tn ,Kn I
rtoekv Mm,-!.,,!-. Pnr Hio.,..a nf th
blood, liver and kldncvs It is a nosltivo I
euro, bor constipation and clearing up I
... ... i
tho complexion U docs wonders. Children
like 1U Everyono praises P. Largo-slzo
package, SO cents. At all druggists.'
Llfo size crayons in gold frames
tf M'KlUip Bros,
A Htory on Vour Watcu.
WniOII BXI'LAISS A LITTLE KOOKSTBIOITt IS
Mark down tho figures on the face of a
watch," said a jeweler.
1, 3, 3, 4, 5, 0-bogan tho reporter, as he
put pencil to paper.
"No, I mean Roman numerals."
Then this was produced :
I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X,
"You are wrong," said tho Jeweler.
"I guess not," said tho reporter.
"Well, look at my watch," continued tho
jeweler. "Sco tho figure which stands for
Tho reporter looked and was surprised
It was IIII, and not IV.
"Aro all tlko clocks and watches that
way?" ho ttked.
"Every ono which'.has Roman figures on
its dial. It is nothing but a tradition
among watchmakers, but tho custom has
always been preserved. Tho first clock
that in any way resembled thoso now in
uso, was mado by Henry Vick in 1370. He
mado It for Charles V. of France, who has
been called 'The Wise." Now, Charles V,
had a reputation for wisdom, and thought
It was necessary to keep it up.
"Yes, tho clock works well," said tho
King, "but you have got tho figures on tho
dial wrong. "
"Wherein, your majesty?" aBked Vick,
'That four should bo four ones," said
"You aro wrong, your majesty," said
"I am novor wrong," thundered tho King
"Tako it away and correct tho mistake."
And corrected it was, and from that day
to this, ! o'clock on a, watch or clock dial
has been IIII, instead of IV. Tho tradition
has been faithfully followed.
Pureed to I, cave Home.
Over 60 pcoplo were forced to leave
their homes yesterday to call for a free trial
packago of Lano's Bamily Medicine. If
your blood is bad, your liver and kidneys
out of order, if you aro constipated and
havo headacho and an unsightly complex
ion, don't fall to call on any druggist to
day for a free Bamplo of this grand remedy.
Tho ladles praise It, Everyono likes it,
Large-size packago 60 cents. Apr. 20-Om,
Tlie Country Ivtlltor.
A l'BN 1'OltTBAIT FROM AM OCCASIONAL BAttO
He must always bo suavity itself to all
classes and conditions of men. If ho Isn't,
thoy may possibly stop their paper and In.
duco their neighbors to do tho same, on
the score of tho editor's "stuck.unlsbccss
and sass." Bo that, when ho has settled
down somo morning to tho laborous task
of writing "answers to correspondents,"
with a gazetteer, a book of quotations, and
a largo dictionary by his side, a bandage
of ico ou his head, and a wholo ream of
paper within easy reach, or, worso still,
to faco tho woekly ordeal of evolving an
editorial on somo ot tho living questions ot
the dby about which ho has no opportun
ity of knowing anything whatever from
bis inner consciousness, much as tho In
dustrious spider draws the web from his
Internal economy, should the door open at
this trying moment to admit an old farmer
who has tho entire morning on his hands
and nothing to do, who has called "to
'round and sco how things were gcttln'
ho must rccclvo the unwelcome intruder
It he wcro a long lost brother, offer
the best chair In tho ottlcc, endeavor at
least to answer all tho qucfttons that only
tho rural mind seems capable of propound
Ing ; and whon at last tho eouud ot
town clock striking twelve reminds
visitor that ho "must go and get his bite,"
the editor must bid him a reluctant fare
well, with tho cordially expressed hope
that ho will drop In again soon. Badly re
moving tho limp bandage, from which
Ice has long melted, the literary giant
the village puts on his coat and responds
"TUat oa-f ottenlo& overpovrerin; knou,
Tito tocsin ot tne kmu, Um Oimwr bet I
But still life, even tbaUfo of lh country
editor, Is not without its compensations.
Ho is a great man at commutes meetings,
and a power at agricultural meetings. Ho
Is always called upon to mako a speech at
public dinners, and ho has tho power so
many speakers yearn for, ot reporting his
own talk, and even describing It ns "an
eloquent effort." Ho is sometimes referred
to by a brother cdhor ns "our bright con
temporary tho weekly Howler." Thcro
arc times when subscribers pay tip ' their
long-standing bills, nnd all look bright
and prosperous. I havo known as many
as ten bushels of oats and two ot white
beans to pour into tho editorial exchequer
In ono day, to say nothing of two raw calf
skins and a load of buckwheat straw.
What mattors it that my long-suffering
friend docs not own a horso to fatten upon
tho outs and beans, or sleep peacefully on
tho buckwheat straw 1 That he has no
market for them closo at hand and cannot
hope to trado them off with his neighbors ?
These aro trifles beneath tho notlco of all
right-thinking people ( and surely when
any man finds himself in thu very unusual
position of having moro property on his
hands than ho knows what to do with, ho
should feel that ho has not lived In vain.
Su Johnt (.V. Ji.) Progrm.
Ico cream freezers, Ice tongs and picks at
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
XThtn Bbr u lick, wo g tie her Cutorht.
When the wm a Child, she cried for CMtorUt,
When she became Mlu, she clang to.OutorU,
When the had Children, the ptTe them CastorU.
itar-ADiLrniA. Monday, July is, im
Closed Saturdays at i P. M.
If your buying thought is
Dress Goods, write to us stating
the kind of fabric you have in
mind, or the purpose for which
you desire to use it, with the
price you wish to pay, and we
will promptly place in your
hands samples of the best we
can supply at the price. That
h ldn the best anywhere,
Ti r i tic
for the Wanamaker stock ol
Dress uoods is tne largest ana
best selected we know of in the
world. If you do not know the
technical name ol the goods, no
matter; tell us how they look to
vour eves, or now you suppose
thftV look, and VC will find
Just so of anything else; set
tle on what you want, as near
as may be and write for it.
Books of every sort,
nnrl tht thnnsand other thintrs
f , nr t,nn
iui iiu.uv. ..v-.
decorating urn wc uavc a oiun-
full of. tf.
Fine Cabinet portraits only
$3. doz. Life size Crayons only
$10.00. Viewing, copying and
enlarging. Instant process
Pit G&mcfi. Grist Bhawlnecks. Heath-
woods, Black B. Reds, that will stay to win.
Eggs, IH for $1. batlsractlon uuarantceu.
WILLI All AJKNM3,
tf. Bloomsburg, l'a.
(Mention this paper.)
Do not forcct wo aro selling tho best
French 37Jc satlncs for 28c at
. a TIF t.T k
New styles of hair ornaments, corsets,
gloves, tics, hosiery and tull lino of no
tions at iiarK is duu d.
New laco pins, sleeve buttons,
pins and silver tlilmblos at
11. VY. D1AJAAVO.
Tho blc ribbon barealn of tho season,
1000 yards 7, 9, and 12c. All silk ribbonB
at 10 and 12c yard at Clark & Bon's.
An cleeant line ot new jewelry just re
ceived, Including a lino assortment ot jet
ana mourning jewelry at
il VY. BliUiUM'B.
Clark & Bon's aro offering big bargains
In all kinds of wash dress goods. 15c
sateens 10c yd., 37Jo sateens 23c yd. 15c
zephyr cloths 10c yd. Embroidered tloun
cings at big rcductlous.
Frank AcBLEit, of Norristown, says
there is no greater physician than Dr.
Theel. of 038 North Fourth Street, l'hila
dclphia. ho cured mo of my Nervous De
bility and a crave heart complaint, atter
being treated by family and hospital phy
sicians wiinout ueneiu. 110 auvises an
suflerera to consult the Doctor personally
or by letter.
1 1 um 1 ...
Ladies who prefer to uso a
nice quality ot stationery tor
their correspondence should in
quire for Crane's Ladies' Note,
Marcus Wards lioyal Irish
Linen, or Lyons' Parchment
Linen all ol these with en
velopes to match. These goods
aro tho three acknowledged
leaders in fine stationery both at
homo and abroad. AVo havo
them in boxes and by tho quire.
Tho little buiulay bchool
song book Sowing and Keapinq
is 8ellmg rapidly, bend lor
sample sheets and prices to Sun
buiulay bchool library class
books, merit cards, etc,
W. II. Brooke & Co.,
Booksellers and Stationers.
A list ot ion newspapers divided lato STATES
AND HKCTIUNS will bo sent on application
To moao who want tbelr advertising to pay, wo
can otter no better medium lor tboroun and ef
fective work than tno various bocuous ot our
Helert lx.ru! I.Ut.
Newspaper adverlislnj; Uureau,
THoll ctlmato and
Location I11 tie Houlli
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