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Q. E. Elwoll, lt!Iti.i
J. S. BlUanbanisr.i f Silton.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1B89.J
And now it is intimated that Quay
has his oyoon Beaver's place iu order
to make snro of carrying Pennsylvania
next yoar as preparatory to his (Quay's)
advancement to tho Presidential throne
The Democratic Stato Convention met
at llarrisburg on Monday, and nomi
nated K. A. Blglcr for State Treasurer.
The mooting was characterized by har
monious action, and entertainod with
Bear iu mind tho faot that you must
be registered and that Thursday of
next week is tho last day on which
this can bo done in order to voto at
the Novorabor election. Democrats,
attend to this matter and don't neglect
to do your duty.
It is the mission of tbo press to chron
iclo piocodurcs. You might as well
censuro a mirror, which faithfully re
produces your figuro In its face, as" tho
press, which is tho mirror of each day's
happenings. Don't get mad at tho
papers for publishing tho nows. Ex.
An important law passed by tho last
legislature places it in tho power of
tho court to permit administrators or
executors to dispose of tho real estate
of decedents for tho payment of debts,
at private salo, instead of compelling
them to oxpose it at publio sale as
The two great pohtioal parties of
tho country are pretty equally divided,
In the 33 States the Democrats have
19 Governors and tho Republicans
navo iu, ana I'rosiaent Uloveland had
97,000 more votes than Gen. Ben liar
rison. What have tho republicans to
brag about! It was only our peouliar
electoral system tnat gavo that party
mo x resiaeni.
Tho County Commissioners of the
stato meet in their third annual con
vention at Allentown on tho 23 rd of
September. The object of the conven
tion is to ascertain thn nnarntinn nnd
construction of tho goner.ll laws relat
ing to counties ; to advocate legislation
mpro uniform ; to prevent waste and
mismanagement in ihe administration
of publio funds and generally to dis
cuss tho duties and obligations of pub
lic municipal officers. Tho purposes
are important and no doubt the con-
vuuuuu win oe wen aiienaca.
According to the Scranton Jtepub-
uean trie superintendent of i'ubho In
struction, Rev. Dr. Higbee, expressed
mmseu very strongly in tavor of a
general inoroaso in the pay of publio
school teachers throughout tho State,
He believes that only by raising the
stanaara oi compensation will a high
er standard of efhoienoy be attained.
There is one point coicerniug this sub
ject on which Dr. Higbee might have
expressed himsoli with even greater
against female tcaobers. A woman
woo priorms tno same wort in a
school that a man does is in all con
science entitled to equal pay.
An act to authorize tho election
of assessors for three years, in the sev
eral boroughs and townships of this
Sechon 1. Me it enacted &c, That
the qualified voters of every borough
and township in the Commonwealth of
if ennsylvania, shall on tho third To.es
day of February.VAnnoDomini one thou
sand oignt Hundred and eighty-nine, and
tnenniaiiy tuereatter, voto for and
elect a properly qualified person for
assessor in each ot said districts, who
shall serve lor three years.
Section 2. When any borough has
been or shall be divided into wards,
or any township has been or shall bo
divided into election districts, the
qualified voters of each of such
wards, and each district of Buoh divid
ed township, shall severally elect, at
the time aforesaid, a properly qualified
person sa assessor ior saiu ward or
election district, who shall serve for
Section 3. Tho assessors elected
pursuant to tho provisions of this aot.
shall perform all the duties of assessors
under the laws ot this Commonwealth,
as well as those relating to elections,
as to the valuation of property, and
shall pake the triennial assess
ments in tho last year of their terms of
Secti6n 4. Whenever the commis
sioners of any county shall, under ex
isting laws, appoint a person to fill tho
offico of assessor, such person shall
servo until tho next election for assess
ors, as provided by thU aot.
Section. 5. All laws inconsistent
herewith are hereby repealed.
An Aot to amend tho thirteenth seo
ton of an act, entitled "An act to a
mend and alter the fee bill, passed the
twenty-seoond day of February, Anno
Domini ono thousand eight hundred
and twenty-one, and increasing tho
compensation of witnesses attending
Section 1. He it enacted, cOc, That tho
thirteenth section of an ast, entitled
"An aot to amend and alter tho fee biH,
passed the twenty-second day of Feb
ruary, ono thousand eight hundred and
twenty-one," whioh reads as follows,
namely: "That the fees to bo received
by witnesses, shall bo as follows, name
ly: Each day's attoudauco at oourt,
when the witness does not reside in nor
within one milo of tho county seat, sixty-two
and one-half cents. Eaoh day's
attendance beforo tho jnatico of tho
peace, twenty-five cents, Jliloago.
iiacn mno cirouiar in traveling to and
from, three cents," be and'tho same is
hereby amended to read as follows,
namely: That the fees to bo received
by witnesses, shall bo as follows' name
ly: Each days attendance in court one
dollar, Eaoh milo circular in traveling
to and from such court, three cents.
An Aot to prevent Doraotis from vn
lawfully using or wearing tho insignia
or rosette of the military order of tho
Loyal Legion of tliu United Staton, or
tho badge or the button of tlio Grand
Army of the Republic, or the badgo or
shield of the Union Veteran Legion.
Sf.ctionI. IH it enacted, etc., That
any person who abaH wilfully wear the
insignia or rosetto of tho military order
of the Loyal Legion of the United
States, or the badge or button of the
Grand Army of tho Iiepublio, or tho
badgo or shield of tho Union Veteran
Legion, or use tbo samo to obtain aid
or assistance within this Slate, unless
ho shall bo entitled to uso or wear tho
samo under the constitution, and by
laws, rules and regulations of tho or
ganization, shall bo guilty of mlsdo
mcatior, and upon conviction, shall bo
punished by a fino not to exceed ono
Half Rates to Gettrjbnrg via Penmyhania
Tho cnoampmont of tho Grand Army
of tho Uupublio and tho Vctorau Asso
ciation, and thn dedication of Stato
monument, at Gettysburg in tho early
days of S 'ptomber, will bo ono of the
most interesting occasions in tho his
tory of the famous fluid. An unusual
ly largo number of veteran warriors
will bj present, and tho dedicatory oor
cmonies will bo highly Interesting to
o'.d soldiora and civilians allko.
September 11th and 12th will bo
Pcnsylvanla days, when all the Stato
monuments will bo dedicatod.
For tho benefit of visitors tho Penn
sylvania Railroad Company will sell
excursion tickets from all principal
slatio is in tho Stato of Pensylvania to
Gettysburg, September 7th to 12th'
valid for return until September 13th
inclusive, at tho rato of a single faro for
the round trip.
Pennsylvania Beserve Ajsoolation.
1'itir.ADEMMIIA, AUO. 21, 188G.
Comrade: Survivors of the As w st
ation will meet at tho Pavilion on Lit
tlo Round Top, at 2 o'clock v. sr., Sep
tember 11th, 1889. It is expected that
every imember will be prescut.
Election of officers will bo held, and
matter ot monuments considered.
Headqua-tors will bo at Grand Army
Hoadquaiters on Cemetery Hill, whero
comrades should report.
A. G. Cuhtin,
John Taylou, 1 a , .
Chim. W. Hazzakp, Secretaries.
Legitime Sails For New York.
THE DEFEATED llAYTIANTO VISIT AMEItlCA
OX II1S WY TO PAIU3.
Santiago de Cuua, Sept. 1. General
Legitime, tho defeated president of
Hayti, left horo for New York yester
day upon the stuamer Manhattan. He
is accompanied by his suite, in all four
teen members. General Legitime ar
rived hero from Jamaica Thursday and
is on his way to Paris, where he will
spend his exile. It is his intention to
sail for Havro on La Brctaano from
Now York on September 7. The party
will reach Now York next Thursday or
A Fortunate Young Lady.
Miss Jentuo Martin, 17G North St.
Paul St., Rochester, N.Y., sayt: I suf
ferd long from Kidney complaints
home pbysicacs tailed to aftord relief,
a inend induoed mo to try Dr. Kenno
dy's Favorito Remedy, mado at Rond
out. N. Y. Tho effect was wonderful
wnen i naa taken two bottles 1 was
cured and havo had no trouble sinoe,
I write for tho benefit of others.
8 -16 4w.
Warren Humes, the oldest guide and
tho most experienced hunter in tho
Adirondacks, makes an estimate that
will bo interesting to all sportsmen in
the State. He claims that there aro to
day no less than 50,000 doer and 5,000
bears in those regions. Mr. names
has hunted there for the past fortv-fivo
years, and during that time has killed
over 4,000 deer and more than 200
to be called handsome, especially the
young ladies. But this is simply ira-
poseioio as long as tneir laoe is cover
ed with pimples, blolchrs and sores,
But wait, there is no need of this : one
or two bottles of Sulphur Bitters will
removo all such disfigurations, and
make your face fair and rosy. Fan-
. . - 7,-71
me jjzu, jaiiuretis. o-au-zw,
The Chief Beuoa lor the great lae
eess ot Hood's Sarsaparllla 1 found In the
article Itself. It Is merit that wins, and the
fact that Hood's Sarsaparllla actually ao
compUsbes what Is claimed for It, Is what
has given to tills medicine a popularity and
sale greater than that of any other sarsapa-
Mprit Win5 rllIa or bl001 purl
mem v v 1 1 is ner won tne pUDnc
Hood's Sarsaparllla cures Scrofula, Salt
Rheum and all Humors, Dyspepsia, Sick
Headache, Biliousness, overcomes That
Tired Feeling, creates an Appetite, strength
ens the Nerves, builds up the Whole Bystem.
IlMd'a Barcaparilla li sold by all drug
gists, tl; six for $5. Prepared brO, J, Hoo4
L Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, aCaat,
I. W. HARTMAN & SONS.
Tho Beading R. Road depot
is not located yet, but they aro
bringing us lots of customers
who drop off and get on at Main
Street. The Bloomsburg and
Sullivan now run on time so you
can come and go with great satis
faction. Tho Lackawanna and
Bloomsburg or D. L. & "V. are
sure to bring you, and take you
on time; so much for tho Rail
Road. We aro always on time
with tho goods for tho season.
Tho Henriettas are in, tho prices
you will doubt, all wool 5oc, seo
them. Tho fall cloths from 25c
to $1,00 aro in all colors, plain,
plaid and stripe. Wo havo
dre33 goods by tho 1000 yards in
all styles kinds and colors. Tho
fancy goods talk for them selves
all over the stole wo aro looking
ahead to Fairtimes. Tho ladies
must havo a now dress, a new
shawl, or coat. Butter has gono
up, and eggs will soon follow wo
always havo and always want
butter, -hggs, Lard czc. Wo aro
fixing up extra places for our
nice fine dishes.
I. W. HARTMAN & SONS.
THE COIJIWffilAN AND DEMOCRAT.
W. I BROOKE & ft
The schools of Bloomsburg aro
nil open. Tho public school
Miss Armstrong's Select, and tho
Komi and tho indications aro
that they will all havo a larger
auenuauco than over botoro.
Tho pocket books of tho fa
thers and mothers will soon bo
lightened of considerable of their
spare chancre and in some cases
(wo trust they m&y bo few) of
change that is very hard to se
cure, for every child who goes to
to school will have some things
to buv if it bo odlv a slato or a
pencil. Tho brighter ones who
wore promoted at the close of
last term will require more new
books than tho laggards, so if it
costs you a little more ior books
than it does your neighbor take
a little consolation out ot the
probability that your children
have been improving their time
to better advantage than his.
We have every thing needed in
tho school room by teachers or
pupils, and at the lowest prices
W. H. BnooKE & Co.
OUR FALL 0VEEC0ATS arc truly cap.
tlvatlnjt. More elegance and beauty is
shown by us in these garments than your
fertile brain could imagine.
The designer's skill is pictured on fa
brics ot Textile perfection.
Our $12.00 Special London Made Fall
Overcoats are values far ahead of jour 01.
pcctntlons. Bide ours with those shown
elsewhere and you will coincide with us.
OUE FALL SUITS nre more superior in
Quality, Stylo and Workmanship than
The demand for such money's worth Is
unlimited. Tho stylo of Finest Merchant
Tailoring in ready made garments is orlgi- J
nal with us and continued this season on a
grander scale than cycr.
Tbo equal of $35.00 Suits for $20.00
mean decided advantages to you.
OUS FALL TEOUSEBS aro all novel-
ties of the world's best fabrics. Thomp.
son's inimitable Patent Cut assures the
only perfect and artistic tit. Try a pair.
1 0. THOMPSON
Special Mado Clothing,
1338 CHESTNUT STREET,
Opposite the Mint.
tr Write for samples and directions
Order byyialL" ( XentUm thU Paper. )
'How 1 0
Real Cstate !
By virtue of a writ of FL Fa. lajued out ot the
Court of Common Pleas of Columbia county. Pa..
and to me directed there will be exposed to tmb-
uc saie at me court House, Bloomsburg, Pa., on
aATUKIJAx, SEPT. 28. 1889.
at J o'clock p. m the following :
Alt that certain lot or parcel of land situate In
Brlarcreek township, col. ca, Pa., bounded and
uescrweaas tonows, to wlt: On the north by
land of Doty, Pealert Stowait on the east by
land of Joseph Lemon, on the west by land of
-w. n, auuus on me aouin try unseated land of I
John II, Suit and Ji soph Lemon, containing
more or less, whereon are erected a
LOG HOUSE, LOG STABLE
Aisc: All that certain lot of unseated land
Bltuate in Uriarjreek township, coL Co., Pa.,
oounaeaand described aa follows, to-wlt: On
the north by land of Joseph Lemon, on the east
by land of Geo. Iind?n, on the south by land of
iroop, aimer and otners, and on the west by land
ui riuiup spooney, containing
ONE HUNDRED ACRES,
more or less.
seized, taken Into execution at the suit of Nor.
man jiCNeai use, vs. John W. Suit and John II.
sun ana to tie sold as ihe property of John II,
Ml". JOHN B. CASEY,
IDOWS' A I'PH AISEJIENTd. y
The followlnEf widows' annriitmit. witi
presented to ttie Ornhan' court nr nnti.mHi
wiujbj uu iua luunu Muuaar oi oepiemcer A. u.
18. and connnned nUL aal unless exoeptloas
-itmLu tuu, uoja vucicaibcr will ue COO
Ilerblne. Itolandus Estate Locuat. ivrannnir
omnan, Thomas Estate, Beaver, Personalty
Co'rtflght, Abraham Estae, Berwick, Personalty
Pahiinger, Hermon Estate, Locust, Personalty
Hartman, Henry C. Estate, Uloomsburg. Person,
ty ipSaou Flshtngcreek, IVreonal
nungaman, jacon Estate, lleaver.
Hennesar. John Etiati rvntrniiA
Sorlmrer. Phllllo Extau. Muiiuin. rvmnnaii.
stctler, wmiam II. Estate, Berwick, Personalty
IS5 1, Jtealty Uli 04. '
VT. H. 8NYt)EIt,
Clerk, O. C.
sept, 1, 1510.
L .III Jtf iu i uu u U IMWPW
THE snuun ne ice
'-!,Jlle"',.tu,ll!1", Pepnlu MsdicalTTMtlM
IltioJUor from Folly, VM, Iraoraaw, Aicmim q,
Orerujtllcn, Kotnitlaf tad aaatUne Uj. .Ictlm
for oik, Uuilntu, Us barrM er BocUltcUtloo
work. IttontalnjfcOMMi , icyalno. JlftnUfui
Wnd!n, tmboaitd, fall iuu Prie only 11.00 by
cull, puitpild, coaculcd In plain wrapper. lUai.
triUir ProiMcloi ilfr, If jou apply sow. a lis
dliUDiaUbcd author, Wm. II. rarfer, M. D . re.
telved the a OLD AND J ElVXtl.LEIl MKU A U
fff ,,,i,!f.H?M"1 'UJ AmUUob for
IhU PHIZK K8MAY ob NUKVOU8 and
et Aii atarit 1'hileltni may bi ccasulud, eoni.
. !'... nuU ' lnprion. at th omco of
TUB f HAUOUY aiKOIOAI, lNOTITUTK,
N. 4 llaloacb tit., llulea, Mu., to wham all
J UltY LIST KOU SKl'TEMtlER TKRM.
leaver -Joslali Klhcr.
lien on-samml llarror, ilairw Woollier.
IKf.'0"'-. iwcalnimani, Isatih (lower.
Uriirciwk VMolol w. Miutt.
8?n?n,T.,nTllPr' ,ohn T" "
!reenwoj-(v. u. rrer, lvir Crawford
ML l'leaunt-M. F. Muwrare.
Rcott-lohn Jones Hamuef Keller.
HvffArlOAt llowanl J, licks. '
vtArnii JCROM-rtHsr hskit,
ttnrttrl lr u'ih euh.s - . .
j -"'v cc,"t"rmactaer, a. 1 Youatr.
AIpx. Untln(Hobertllror. '
Illnnm (lnx tl t.. -
r,V.7 . ' imnnci jr,, Igjao
centre Chariw Cajwt.
Ccntraiia-(ftrtiQ nrrnnan. n. t currn.
wpuuv -losepu ueiwifr.
Mimip-Adam Miller. Thomas McMurtrlo.
orange .lacoj HhulU.
Plnn AhrAm llnnott
pwii guinea ueo. r.
Jaciison Frank Derr.
neaver-J. 11. Martin.
M. r. Conner. H. w. (larrlion. '
Ilrftrcrpfllr W. .Tnhn Hrnftti.
."na uuu;i utvjn
i-eiiroiu jonn uorran, j. Marach.
(ntro Wra. neck.
Fr,nkl'r-!. H. Peesholtz.
Flshln?creek Norman Mcnenry.
(IrWrnwl flMml II Tim TAn-,kAn T r
John. F. Lrwton. ' '
re 1119CK narry oroti.
Jackvir n. F. Frlti. Samuel r. Hess.
Ioc.' Jackson CunpbclL
MsdlsonIacob Olrton, Mien rhllllps.
Ws'o jcob Fenstwmaoher.
Moitour o. 11. uosicr, Wm. Wlntcreteen.
Mt. l"ejsant O. P. Olrton.
Mlffllr It. V. liHleman.
Orange Jo"w Munclman.
sugar'oaf-lL M. Davh.
Ecott-li. F. nice, A.thur Hartman.
Notice Is hereby trlven that the foU.iwinc nc.
count has been tiled In the Cnirt ot common
Fleasot Columbia county, and will be presented
to tho said Court on the fourth Monday ot Sep
tember, A. D. t89, anil confirmed nisi, and un
less exception are tiled within four days there
after will be confirmed absolute :
1. First and final account ot David Tost, com.
m ttoo ot the person and estate ot Benjamin U.
I un, u mrnuu.
tvuuioooiary'sonicei vh. 11. hntpkr,
Aug.ss, 18s. Promonotary.
KiUxteoJ Anna Coffman, latti of Bloomrturg, Of
ceaied. Notice Is hereby given that letters of admlnlstra
tlon on th? junto of Anna CoHinan, late ot the
townot Dloomsburz, county of Columbia, and
state of Pennsylvania, deceased have beon grant
ed to w. E. coirman and D. It. corrman of mooms
burg, Columbia county, Pa., to whom all persons
lrdebted to Bald ostaro aro requested to make
paymeito, and those bivlni claims or demands
will make known the same without delay to
W. K. COFFMAN,
D. It X)FKM AN,
"to tbe stockholders of the nioomsburs steam
and Electric Light company. The annual meeting
ot the stockholders ot Bald company tor the elec
tion ot a board et m-e directors and a treasurer
to serve for the ensuing ye ir will be held at the
omce of the secretary u bloomsburg on Tuesaiy
September 10, issy, between the hours ot 2 and ,
Aug. 16-4U Jon ) M. Clibi,
EUatf 0 BliMtifih lllppeiutfet, lau of Centri
Notice la hereby given that letters ot adminis
tration on the eatrle of Rllzabprh ninnpnttAni.
late ot centre township. Columbia County, de
ceased, have been granted by the Iteglster to
Daniel Martmij, to whom all persons indebted to
said estate, are requested to make payment, and
iuuh IM,IU( uuiui, W UlUjUUb IUU Same WllUOUL
Or to DANIEL IIAKTMAN,
A. L. FniTi Administrator,
Atty. Beaton, I'a.
Kstnlt of Tliomtu Cote, late of Swjarloaf ttep .
Notice la herebv riven that letter nf fldmlnla
tratloa on the estate ot Taomas Cole, late of
Sugarloaf two., coantyof Columb'a and state of
Pennsylvania, deceased, hive rwun pr.inrjvi tn
Joph It. cole, of Uentoo, col Co., I'a , to whom
allperaonstndcbtedtosald ostat3 aro requested
to make payments, and those hat jig cltlms or de
mands will make known the same without delay
or to JOSEPH It COLE,
A. U Fkitz, Administrator,
Any. i e it on, ra.
TO THE HOLDERS OF THE
BONDS OP TIIK IlLOOlHBmta STAVE
nuitMAL SCHOOL. SBODItED HV FIIIST unRT-
Notice Is herebv elven that the lutnr.vit nn all
ui saia oonas ouisianaing up to sept. 1, 1339, wil
aiBOmCd ID lllQOmihUrj. At nnv limn wlrliln
thirty days from sepi 1. I'J. if bonds are not
ureoenieaDyuciooeri.is-w. the interest will be
ueiamuxi ana appuea 10 oiner purpose.
. .... 1LJ.CLAKK,
Notice la herfthv pivpn ti nil wt,ti.nu
rsptscuve (ec3dcnts and minors thit tho follow
lPf am'nlstrators' executors' guirdlans accounti
have bxs i nied In the omjo ot tba Keglter of col
umbia county and will tin m-ranM-i nr .nn-m..
tlonaadal'owanielu tie Orplnoi' oourt to bo
uuiu ,u uiwmwirz ovpieinojr
w My a"
NO.l. ACCOUnt Of tlOlVrt Itll ll Ailmintatpat,
uiwcraMioui .lliiuetu Kucsie, late Of SOOtt
no. , First ana nna' account of umia im.
merman, admlnlatrlx of Albert Amn.nn i...
of Kl3hlngcreek township col. Co., deceased. '
NO. 8. ACCOUnt or Ulnmi-i Mpli1illiti Almlni.tM.
w w, ,ud cabKa oi Auzauem ueisnune, late of
i.n.-uMju vumuuiiu, vummoia county, aeceased.
No. 4. Account of Aaron Boone, Executor of Mary
E Snyder, deceased, who was guardian ot William
No. S nonit and flnl fln.m,n, n. A .
Boirart. administrator nr thn parrn nr HokkJ?. nn
a .avovk itciuiwk tuwusaip, ueceasea.
jo. o. t.rst and final account of II. M. and II,
Na 7. Theaccountnr U'm rhri,n
.llwuiuu,uiwiwwl tor&aie ot real es
tate to pay Legacies.
NaS. Account of Daniel II. .lnhrwrtn .Amini..
trator of William Johnson, law ot the township of
Madison, deceased. r
No. 9. Account of Mary A. Knorr, Executor of
Samuel Knorr, deceasei, who was guardian of
George A. Devan amlnr-culldo! ueorge Bevan.
no- iu- Account oi L. 11 Ilupert. Executor of Ell
KrfVMltrirnf I. It lli,nAP, rja.... t ..-I'v..,
No.lt. First and nnl Ancniint nr w a na.
administrator of Oeorge Kelchner, late 'of "centre
NO. 12 Flnit and nnAl opmnnt nr ir t vnnH
and Wesley Knorr, executors ot II. U. Knorr. late'
o 13. first an 1 nnil account of I. A. Dewltt,
uvuv... v. m ,uiv rwiwj, lave ui iruu I nfcretik
towiiguip, col. Co., deceased.
No. 14. First and final acco mt of v. v Kn.H.r
executor of John nggert, of Berwick, Columbia
Na IS, ACCOUnt Of Uarv A. Knnrr Aifwntri
Bamuci Knorr, wiio was one of tne oxecutore ot
NO. 16. Third and n art 11 niwtunr nt viitahaik
a Jackaon and Mordoc.il v. Jackson, exocutors of
vhi vutavv vt vnut,D u, ai;8UU, HUJ (J I lUO DO.
rough of Berwick, col. Co., dcoeascd.
No. 17. F.rst and final afcnunt nf ivabIav mi.
dine, administrator o' James Bildlne, late oi
tladlson township, deceased.
No. IS. First and final account nf Amm ir ita.
hcvuwi ui auuu u. iiccock, uuceauco.
NO. 19. ACCOUnt Of Samuel AnnlAman
aunofotis l'eaier, a rnloor chlld ot Sylvester
peaier, late or n-hingcreek twp , deceased.
No. SO. Fourth Dartlal account nr .TMmM ir..
Alarny, executor of Ueorge Lonrenuertrer, latt
or the townUlp of Main, CoL Co , deceased.
No. HI. Flrat and final account of John A. Hoff.
man and O. K. hliuman, executors of Thomas J,
llotlman, late of Beuvcr township, doceasod.
N0.2& First and dual account of John tor.
guardian ct Harriet U Moier, late Harriet L.
Cornellson, mluor-culi nf (iejrge w, cornellson.
late of P.no township, Columbia Co., deceased.
Na i. Fl'St and partial account of Louts
Lowenberg and Surah Lowenberg, admlnlstratora
pf the estate of David Lowenberg, late of niooras-
No. tl. Fourth and flnnl acennnr. nf Uiwn m.
aire, one of the executors of JoihiiA navrlfp ita
o; Jackson township, CoL vo , aextiAixl.
O. II. CAMPBELL,
Wheat tur liuslicl
ye " "
65 lo 05
5 to 7
Ccru " " ....
OaU " "
Flour " bbl
Lord per lb
Vinegar per gal
Wool per lb
Dytlrtuoot nwrltot Vend, Kx. Issued out ot
the court ot Common Pleas of coL Co., Pa., and to
mt directed there will bo exposed to publio salo
at the Court House, Bloomsburg, ra., at 10 o'clock
a, m., on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1889.
All that certain lot or piece of land sltuato in
the Town ot Bloomsburg, ra., bounded and des
cribed as follows, to-wlt t On tho north by rino
alley, on tho cast by Miller's alloy, on the south
by lot ot T. B. Miller nnd on tho west by lot of
Dsnlson Brink, containing
on lino alley, and ono huadrod nnd seven foot
more or leas on Miller's alley whereon Is erected
A LARGE FRAME STABLE.
Pclxed, taken in execution at the suit ot Kit
Jonea vs DcnHon Brink, and to be sold as tho
property of Uonlson Brink.,
Lmtxs, JOHN B. CASEV,
B. F. Savits,
Tin Roofing a Specialty.
ESTIirATES FURNISHED ON
ALL WORK IN HIS LINE.
First door in Bloomsburg Opera House.
Qj ALES MEM
to canvass tor the sale of Nursery stock I Stead
employment guaranteed. SALAHY AND EX
PENSESpatdtosuccesstul men. Apply at once
stating age. Mention this paper.
CHASE BROTHERS COMPANY.
Rochester, N, Y.
Sep. and Nov.
Cold in Head, h AY-RE ver
A d article IsaDDliod into eanh nostril nnd i
agreeable. Price M cents at Druggists; by ma!L
reglswred, 60 cts.
KliY UHOTIICKS, M TarrCQ St , New York.
8 30 4W.
o mi dc ( t di 1 1 D
lrd tm all peril, by
ifatm, wt will Mod free l ov
frQ in cub lcUtTjb vrr
lb world, with all tb atttbtocM
"ui io Hoaireescompuu
HII Of our tMtlT nd tnhl ax
amplei Io rt turn wt Mb tbtt run
now "H we eoa. o tbota wba
may rail at your bone, and afttr 0
moniBi iu Man Dtroui ycuf ows
proprtT. Thia triad machiaa It
Bad after Ike Hlneep palenta.
run oat it told for VU.'S, with tbe
a tarhmcBti, and now aella for
(Vlmafbina In tbe world. All U
w vKiii-miriii in id woria, ana IbO
?S!?i'?i.''0l,,'fclto rtaer abows urnhrrfit Aurrlca.
XJKUK k CO., Uox AuS.aUt, MtUa.
Cleanies and buutiC the hair.
1 romotes a luxoriant growth.
N?7e,r fty .,0 Heitora Qriv
Hi I tl. V-lLr.. t -
PrerenU Danirutt and hjdr tMllina
Kw.iuifl tl 0QtligTr1irtj.
Ootablainff a Pirlor, Library. Inok.
I'JjL.XKS'iUi. "' !.
LQUN6C, BC0. d "9 lei
couch. r.id Si.QO tt.
illltllll. Ricllllll, Ptlllcltll'
LOCIPEDES and SELF PROPELLERS.
All KINDS OF APPLIANCES rOR INVALIDS,
Utrr IOO dllTrrent dnljni.
Oar ruin ailMUle Briltoa 11 Car.
W,Ju'' AV9,nTe discontinued
a . . I ' lfn Jour orars
direct witb lae inUere roa cn ttn
...ra, pro", unr Htuntna prirtt
md ipecUl llnriln. wUI.lonkh,
nd dehreretl frrn to eoj Mnt la
WUlot-ne. ul lUtt clmt ot goudj roa wCh It lor.
LUBURC MFC. CO.
lid Nurth KlhlU Mreeu fUUdelDUu, Pa
rjSHtlal Qld Waub.l
Baidiot VI tHf kail I laialr. If I
MM U Wtlca IB Ut WMld. fi I
fatfaa UMkMMr. War.l 1
raited, lliavj Hiu oid
u.iuif ie. jioia ladMa
aa4 ceau' mi ft. wlib aari
and caa of eqwal valaa.
One lkrrauB io tub l.
ealUj ctvn aacra oae rrto.
ebla lift of Household
N amp r a. Thete aaaploa, aa
wall aa tba watch, we aaad
li In yr borne for 9 Moalbe and abtwa tbaaa to Iboie
wba nay bare callad, lby bacoaae year iwi property Tbeae
wfce wriie at a ace raa b care of roeoUlar tba Wntrh
a a N tarn plea. Wat-ay ail eipreae, frtrlfcbt, eta. AddVooa
ttliatua tt Co.. II ok Mli, l"orrvBia.MiHe.
A LKAWNO, I'OPULAH, PIAOTIOAI UOMMEHCJIAL SCHOOL
Csmmt rclal. SherHnnd, Praslial English &ni Hl'.itsry Dejartaents.
v... Jf nt4. an opport-trilty forsviurlnif prep iratlm fir I ho renl work of urn whi.i, ii.,,i.
Youriif Mon luvo loiud a si-pplnn Btoua w llONult ULE aul con li IO Jooi stJtvitsH. YiV,,?,
tloi is lu a mut nroiperom conllUoo, am in intra .are l" conu .Vi iif a VmVrT.r , L"e, ," ,utl1
men and womoo from all part, ot the comineu'i. beiVfor o itul'', dan' InliuliViiM'cirtfV.T.r "to""""'
WILLIAMS & Itojmn, Kwli'ktter, N. V
Bone Fertilizers, for the work done,
v jVn u,,Sw,hS ,u nvrt quality
FOR BALE DY
DAVID LONG, MILL GROVE.
NATHAN MILLER, MAINVILLE
COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
JUST RECEIVED !
JUST RECEIVED !
Clothing ihv HIch, Toullis, Hoys :iim1 Children,
that ennnot be equalled to select from. The latest and most stylish lot of
Hats, Caps and Men's Furnishing Goods
just received that will excel all others that we have had.
We are determined to have what is wanted in the line ol
CLOTHIC, HATS, CAPS, TRIES Al
and POSITIVELY will save you more money than to buy them in Wilkerbarre or Scranton.
As have said before our
. Prices are always the lowest,
And Our MOTTO is AHvnys
I. MAIER, The Reliable Clothier.
The Largest Clothing and Hat House in Columbia and) Montour Counties.
W lien I fay Cur.E I do not mean merely to
stop th in fur n nine, ami then iuvo them re
turn nn.ii'i. 1 iiun A ItADlCAL CVllk.
I havo mado tlio di.caeo of
FITS, EPILEPSY or
Allfo-long study. I warrant ray remedy to
Cnim the worst cntcs. llecaujo others Imvo
fulled Is no renson for not now receiving a cure,
fccml at onco for a trcatiae and n FrkkTioitlu
of my Infallible Uhmedv. (lire Ksnrcis
and l'ont Offlce. It costs you nothing for a
trial, and It will euro you. Address
H.C.ROOT, ri.c, 183 Pearl St.. New York
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL
Almost as Palatable as Milk.
So disguised that it can be tsktn.
digested, .nd asslmllatea by the most
sensltlTs stomacli, vrlten Ih. plain oil
cannut be tolen'edl and by the com.
blnatlon or the sIMTlth the hypophos.
pultes Is mac; m-.re efficacioas.
Bfmtrkable u Huh prodicer.
Pcrsous gala rajildly while taking It,
SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledcea bj
Physicians to be the Finest and Det prepa
ration in the world for the relief and cure of
GENER L DEBIUTY, WASTIflO
COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS
77l grnt rmrfy or (Amsumptlan, and
- TliuuwiiKls hard
i-'iiiii'11"""1' cmai y-
Ur 1US Uf tllllf, fnilit tin.!!....'
curable !iy others wauiwl.
prim ior i iri'Utitl",
augUH'Jly 1-4 Co
wrm imnw ing
Will the FERTILIZER you intend
purchasing so act upon the soil that
it will produce BIG CROPS, nnd at
the same time maintain and build up
To put price per ton ahead of auallt
and producing power is poor economy.
Farming profits are too small to ad
mit of any but judicious purchases.
Aller quality, and in proportion to
t, comes nrice. Ynu ciu r;.i
always as low in price as the lowest
ana remits, ao not buy our Ftrtiliztrs,
UTILES m FALL !
STYLES FOE FALL J
Consult Your Interests,
By patronizing a live and
The L.ugcst Stock,
The Host Reliable Goods,
Square Dealing and courteous
attention will always be found at
the OLD ESTABLISHED
CHANGE OF BASE.
Cummings & Yerdy,
BAKESS AWO CONFECTIONERS,
FRESH BREAD, CAKES, --T)
JVNS-'sSOF EVERY VARIETY
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS and NUTS
KSSKMBl PARLORS ATTACHED.
Juno 28 '89.tt P we " astare 01 Publl3 Pitronaw.
OUMMINGS & VERDY.
COME AND HAVE YOUR
WHO HAS JUST COMPLETED A THOROUGHLY PRACTICAL
COURSE AT BUCKLIN'S OPTIIALMIC COLLEGE, NEW YORK.
tor Baeaminirtg Byes,
PERFECT FIT GDAKANTEED.
Fino pel). 4KHH"9HHMHHpk
bio and white
crystal 1 e n h o s
constantly i n
Fint' wulcli woik nnil i.il.l tllltr rilitttlir
auUd to ...v., ,ii.f...,i' " '
UAKI Mb. illlMt ,, lwnH h
, v... irom SOcts. in).
I'KTO k MrriNG,ilKTSfrW 300 "P- MAIB OAR
widiliH au.1 ,,ri.i.. ' MAl 1IN. 10 Imu out for 10c OIL CLOTH, all
t NEW MILLINERY I
EE3 EXAMINED BY
ji x' i jiuai, iiiio oi
J wnt ches, clocks,
i and jewelry in
nn.) n.. .,.1.1.-
oxtoiited, All work guar
y T.nB.i ..i n
G. W. KEITER.
1U11UON8, VELVETS, fx.,
H. E. WASLEY-