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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
This powder never runes. A marvel of pu, ty
strength and wholesomencss. More econoir'cal
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold in
euinpeuuuu wuu iuu iiiuiuiuuo 01 low wst, snort
weight alum or phosphato powders. .Iota onlv in
cans. KOTiL HmtNU 1'owdek Co., Hid Wall St., N.Y,
srrubltshcd every Friday, Subscription prlco,
Entered at tho Tost omco at BWmsburg, r
as second class matter, March 1, 1S88.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1880.
rORRLCT BilLKOiD TIXI TIRLt.
Trains on the r. & It. It. It. leave Rupert if,
lO 1UWH I
T:32 a. m. 11:13 a, m.
8:31 p. in. 6:i!3 p. m.
Tralnson tho D. L. & V. H. lt.leave Bloomsburg
7:13 a. in. 8:32 n. m.
10:57 a. ra. 12:00 p. m.
!:?5 p. m, 4:15 p. m.
6:80 p. m. 18:47 p. m.
Tralnson the N. ftW. B. Kallwaypass Bloom
10:48 a. m. 12:37 p. m.
.29 p. m. 4-30 p. m.
KOKTit. c itrrn.
10:49 a m 0:39 p ra
HKiTEMnKH 21 Mary A. Apploman will
sell valuable personal property on tlio pre
miscs in FisblngcreeH township, nenr
Itohrsbure, at ono o'clock. Cows, pigs,
wagons, farm implements, &c.
J. 8. McBrido will sell merchandise at
Miction at Ins storo in Wblto Ilall, Hept.
(3 and 14, afternoon and evening.
Tho administrator's of Anna Coffman
dee'd., W. E. nnd D. II. GolTmnn oiTcr at
private sale, ft house and lot on West Main
sheet llioomsburg, Pa. the lato residence
of deceased. tf.
For Saj.k- A desirable nnd commodious
residence on Main street, supplied with
water, gas and steam. Apply to
Jan20tf. L. N. Movmt.
FokSai-k. A farm about a mile from
Afton, containing CO acres, all under culti
vation, with good buildings, with all this
year's crops, farming implements and stock
will be sold at private sale. For part'eu
lars inquire of J. B. Williams, llioomsburg.
For Salb. A. flno farm containing
clgbty-slx acres, situate in Columbia Coun
ty, about 250 yards from D. L. & W. It. It.,
and having upon It fine largo buildings, a
never fa'llng sp -lng of w ter, Is offered for
sale upon oasv te-ms. Address to
GEO. B. KEIMENSNVDElt,
7-19-lf. Sunbury, Norlli'd. Co., Pa.
For Salb A valuable vacant lot on
Market St., seven lots on Eighth Street,
ten dwellings and a good store propo ty in
Bloomsburg. Six farms, two grist mills
and two storo properties in Col. Co. A
good farm of 357 acres with good build
Fogs In Virginia and two farms lu Kansas
by M. P. Lutz Insuranco and Ileal Estate
Agt., Bloomsburg Pa.
For Bale A lot of door frames, window
frames, sash, fence pickets and other mill
work has been recently purchased at
sheriff's sale nnd will bo sold cheap by Geo.
E. Elwc'l, Bloomsburg. tf.
For Balk. A Urm located one milo
from Stillwater station la Benton township,
Columbia County. 103 acres, good fruit,
00 acres cleared, first-class dwelling house,
a saw mill, shingle ind latU mill, nnd good
water power. A good tenant houso and
largo barn and sheds. Cau bo bought on
easy payments. Inquire of J. B. Williams,
Bloomsburg, Pa. U-0 '
Wanted Several good working girls
wanted at onco.
Apply to 11. Stiiti.
Steward Norma) Sell ool-
John Sutton of Stillwater was in town
Edward Eycr has entered Moycr
drug store to leain pharmacy.
Judgo Ikelcr held court lu Willlamsport
The Misses Gould of Phllidclphla are the
guests of Mls3 Bade Sloan.
Monday was "Labor Day." Everybody
In this section celebrated it by laborlug.
Henry M. Itupcrt has resigned his clerk
ship in Dentler's store.
11. "W. Sloan wentto Buffallo onWedr.es
day to attend the fair.
MUs Annie Maize went to Philadelphia
on Wednesday to spend a few weeks with
Miss Dora Marr lias accepted a position
as book-keeper and type writer with J. I.
Mr. Joseph Ilatti has returned from tils
trip abroad. Ho visited Ital , Switzerland,
and the Paris Exposition.
Johu Zahncr was in town Saturday last
attendlngithe sale of horses at tho Exchnngo
0. W. Brown, II. II. Sands and T. S,
Christian have been appointed storc-kecp.
crs and gangers for Columbia county.
Charles Unangst who has b.cn visiting
bis parents for several weeks past returned
to his homo lu Now York City this week.
Professor O. F. Hammerftumlt of New
York City, spent a few days in towu as the
guest of Mr. P. B. llarman.
Mrs. Spigelmeyer has visited her mother
Mrs. M. F. Eyerly tho past two weeks.
She returned to her homo In Willlamsport,
Miss Graco llarman, after an absenco of
a month visiting fi lends nt Pittston, Scran
ton and Clark Summit, returned home last
Judgo I. IC. Krlckbaum was among tho
yUltors to Williams Grove last week, from
tills county, ilo spent a couple of days at
Gettysburg nnd visited all points of inter
est on tho battle field.
Thomas Wilson and wife of Greenwood,
aro taking a western trip. They wcro ac
companled by Sallle and Jessie Eves, who
will make their homo at Bprlugdale, uwa.
Miss Mario llarman who has been spend.
Ing tho past ten days at Mahanoy City as
tho guest of Miss Jennie Kilue, returned
iiomo on Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Kuhn and daughters
May and Bessie, and II. V. Whlto and wife
and tho Misses Williams went to Buffalo
Wednesday to attend tho great stock ex
hibition. Miss Flora Jones, of Bloomsbi.rg, Visited
friends at Ilohrsburg and Mlllvlllo last
week, bho will teach again at Itohrsburg
this year. That she Is a good teacher Is
proved by tho fact that this Is her third
year in tho township. 2'uiW.
Berwick is to have n Board of Trado.
Jacnliy sells Pearsons Peerless Oysters.
A change of lime on thu B. .& B. went
Into effect on tho 2nd.
An eplilcnilo of typhoid fever Is raging
A present in Ashland.
Tho brick layeri commenced work on
tho buildings for tho carpot factoty on
All tho books used In any of tho schools,
ub,lc. Miss Armstrong's Select and Nor.
mal at W. II. llrooko & Co.
Tho alterations and Improvements In this
office are progressing, and it is expected
that they will bo cnmplotcd boforo tho end
of tho month.
Thobeplcmbcr meeting of tho llonlta
Tennis Club will bo held at tho homo of
Miss Msdgo Drinker, on Monday, Sept. 0,
at 8 p.m. A good nttondanco Is desired.
Trying to do builncss without advents.
Ing Is llko winking nl a protty girl In tho
uarni you may know what you are doing,
but nobody else docs.CAalnul.
For tho Uumscy Superior nnd I. X. L.
Pump go to Eshleman &, Wolf's.
J. W. Mcnrs met with a sevcro accident
at tho Washer Works Wednesday. While
working about their now addition n ladder
fell upon him, fracturing tho bono in his
Mrs. Margaret Bender of Waynesboro,
Franklin Co., Pa., came to Bloomsburg to
bo tieated for cataract. Dr. Brown per.
formed a successful operation on Wedncs.
The Normal courso of lectures lu the
Opera IIouso this week, by Dr. Mary Allen
on the subject of health havo been well at.
tended. Tho lecturo to-moirow (Friday) Is
for boys only.
C. Hears & Son arc making extensive
improvements In their Washing Machine
works. They havo added n now building
20 feet square. Their establishment is run
on full llmo and their orders aro sufficient
to Insure them continuous work.
At Ashland, recently, a butcher killed a
steer, and in dressing it found a thimble,
two stones, pen holder nnd pen, two large
slate pencils, two horso shoo nails, fifteen
nails, a key ring, button, screw and two
pieces of tin larger than tho slzo of a silver
Miss Armstrong's select school in Lock
ard's building, opened on Monday with a
good attendance. Mls3 Lilian Barton and
and Miss Mildred Knorr nro her regular
assistants, and Miss Madge Drinker hears
some classes In the morning.
A full lino of double and single heaters,
also a full lino of ltangcs next week at
The publishers of Welsh's Practical
Grammar (thu new book adopted by the
Bloomsburg school board) wrlto us that
the first edition is exhausted and tho sec.
ond half sold in advance. Wo expect
them by Friday.
W. II. Brootto & Co.
M. P. Lutz, Heal Estate Agent, has sold
the C. L. Polio property In Espy to Nlcho
las Scibert, of Carthagi, Mo. Mr. Scibcrt
and family will como Eist and occupy the
property, as tho water in Carthage does
not ugreo with them. Wo welcome them
back to our County. .
It Is n long lime since anything has been
said about money in these columns. Dur
ing the past two months many hundreds of
dollars have been expended In new type
and machinery, There is enough due us
to pay it several times over. Header, if
you arc back on your subscription, you
will confer a favor by an early settlement.
Is this giilllclcnt notice, or must we send
you a spec! il notice and piy postage on it?
Blauk books and tablets to suit any
purpose at W. II. Brooke & Go's.
The "Sheriff ut Nirthmnberliind eounty
on Wcdnrsdny last wo;k sold the Iteuben
Johnson property, consisting of tho nail
works and slxty-thrco lots, most nil hav
ing houses upon them, in Northumberland
and vicinity. Mr. Houston Taggart, of
Philadelphia, bought about five-sixths of
all the property sold. Tho sales will
amount to about $90,000.
Tho Normal School opened on Tuesday
with a very large attendance. Every
effort ha9 been put forth by tha trustees
to get the Dormitory in readinoss for the
students and while tho work is not com
pleted yet, it is in such shapo that the
school work can go on without inconven-
iencc. In a very few weeks ;he new
building will bo completed, thus affording
accommodations for a much larger number
Tho steam heating apparatus which wa9
placed in our tchool building last year
proving inadequate to do tho heating re
quired of it, or at Iea9t tho boiler portion,
a new horizontal holler Is being put to take
tho nlaco of the unrleht ones which have
proved n failure. Parties from Blooms
burg have been nearly two weeks putting
the boiler in position. Tankhannitk Demo
crat. Eshleman & wolf are tho parties refcircd
Como and examine our stock of scholar's
supplies before going elsowhcre.
W. H. Brooke & Co.
At tho last regular meeting of tho
Bloomsburc school district, the board
adopted the English grammar of Prof. J,
P. Welsch. Tho resignation of Miss Dora
Marr as teacher was accepted. She ex
pects to tako a position with J. L. Dillon.
Miss Sterner was changed to 1111 vacancy of
MlssMarr, and thonppolntraent of vacancy
of Miss Sterner left until tho opening of the
new building. The commissioners correc-
ted errors in assessment of Paul E, Wirt,
Iron nnd Filth street property and Creasy
& Wells; tho board exonerated Collector
for &5.50 tax on tho former and $12.10 on
tho latter. Secretary was Instructed
to order a 350 lb bell from Mcenely & Fry,
N. J. Messrs. Townsend, Cunsmau and
Kramer, of the building commltteo were
appointed a committee to buy furniture of
the School Furnishing Co.
Moro towns die for want of conlldenco
on tho nart of business men and lack of
public spirit than from any other cause,
When a man In search of a homo or bus!
ness location gojs irto a town and finds
cvcrvthlne full of hopo and enthusiasm
over tho prospects of a place, and all earn,
estly at work to build It up, hu soons be.
comes Imbued with the sumo spirit, and as
a result ho drives down his stakes and
goes to work with tho same Interest. When
however, ho goes to a town whero every.
ono expresses doubt and apprehension for
tho futuro prosperity of the place, moping
about and Indulging In mournful com
plaints, he naturally feels that it Is no
place for him, and at once shakes the dust
off Lis feet, while he pulls out with all
nosslblo sneed for somo other place. Con
senucntly make a live, cuierprUlng tow
out of tho ono In which you live. When
you aro working for or saying anything
good of your town you nro accomplishing
ul the moro for you rsei i.m.
Prcrarcd by a combination, proportion
and process peculiar to Itself, Hood's Bar.
sanarllla accomplishes cures hitherto uu
A lot of second hand heaters and
at Eshleman & Wolfs.
Wllkcsbarro vs. Bloomsbure. Athlctlo
Park, this Friday afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
Two now roso houses havu been added
to Dillon's cxtcnilvo plant.
Milton Is putting In
Now goods In tho la:st stylos of Fall
Millinery Just opened at E. Barklcy's 0-2t.
Plstauho ico cream nt Phillips'
Hcv. W. T. Auman will ba In his pulpit
on Sunday next at tho Reformed church.
Ills vacation Is over, and ho Is ready to re-
sumo his labors.
Tho P. & II 11. 11. Co. has bought Mrs.
Stcrncr'a property, corner of Main and
llallroad streets, and the passenger depot
will lio located there Tho freight depot
will probably bo built near Fifth street.
Charles It. Bnyder, of Schoolcraft, Mich-
Igan, has accepted a clerkship in F. D.
Dentler's shoo store, and entered upon his
duties on Wednesday. lio is a young
man, and has had several years' experi
ence in tho business.
Cbocolato, Vunllla, Peach and Plstacbe
Ice cream at Phillips' Saturday evening.
Tho dinner tablo at tho Bloomsburg Fair
will ho in charge of tho members of tho
Lutheran church. A congregational meet
ing is held every Wednesday evening in
tho church to perfect arrangements.
aro Invited to attend these meeting.
Tho following letters aro held at Blooms
burg, Pa., post-office, and will bi sent to
tho dead letter office, Sept. 17th, 1889:
Miss Ella Colo, Mrs. Mary Jingle, Mr.
Jerome MoyerS, Thomas Stafford.
Persons calling for these letters please
say, they wcro advertised Sep. 3, 1889.
A. B. Catiioart, P. M.
John Drcshcr, of Wyoming, Delaware,
died of typhoid fever, August 10th. Ho
was sick four weeks. Mr. Drcsher lived
on a farm near Stillwater about 30 years,
and about four yoats ago hu moved to Del
aware. Ho was nearly sixty years of age.
Tho cntlro family havo been afflicted with
typhoid fever, with tho exception of Mrs.
Drcsher. Tho last report states that they
were getting some better.
A largo quantity of fruit cans and self
scalers at bottom figures at E'hleinan &
Wolfs, Ccntro St.. Ooera IIouso.
Mrs. Maria Crevcling widow of the late
Thomas Crevcling died suddenly at the
residenco of her son-in-law Ilev. J. M
Itelmensnyder at Milton Saturday last.
She has boon ill sinco tho death of her hus
band but went to Milton expecting to re
gain her health. Tho body was brought to
spy Monday nnd interred besido that of
her husband in tho Afton cemetery. She
was 05 years of age. She was tho only
arriving daughter of tho late Hachaol
uhn and a first cousin of I. S. Kuhn of
The Post Office changed hands on Satur
day night, August 31, when Geo. A. Clark
handed it over to his successor, A. B.
CathcarL Tho new postmaster has pur
chased all the fixtures nnd furniture, and
the offlco will remain where it is. C. tl.
Kline will continue as clerk for the pres
ent. Miss Bessie Jacoby has resigned, and
Henry M. Itupcrt has accepted an appoint
ment, and entered upon his duties on
Tuesday. The outgoing official and his
assistants gave full satisfaction to the pub.
lie, and the now one has had previous ex
perience which will insure a successful
and satisfactory administration of tho of
fice, with the aid of his efficient assistants.
Pens, inks, tablets and everything used
n school work nt W. II. Brooko & Co's
AMOTI1GU OLD CITiaSKX GONR.
Phillip Appleman, tho subject of thU
brief sketch, was born in one of the N.
Western townships of this county, Feb. 17,
1808, and died at his liome near Kohrs-
burg, Aug. 14, 1889, aged 81 years, 5
months and 28 days,
Ills parents were Mathias and Margaret
Appleman, both of whom 1 remember very
well. His father bought a tract of land, at
an early day, In what Is now Benton town
Bhlp, here ho removed his family and clear
ed a large farm. The old homestead wrs
where the Diidlne and Hulme farms now
are, below the town of Benton. Here thu
tho old people both died.
Our subject was ono of ten children, 4
girls and 0 boys, none of whom aro now
living, excepting a sister in Ohio.
In 1830 ho married Mary Ann Davis,
daughter of Iteuben Davis, who survives
him, and by her had six children, Iteuben,
of Iihorsburg, Catharine M. wife of O. W,
Staddon now in Illinois, Iteuben, D. in
Iowa, Samuel, who died at ono year, Mary
E. who becamo the wifeofCapt G. W.
Utt and died In 1870, aged 28 years, and
He bought a tract of land in Fishingcrcck
township, near Iihorsburg and at 24 years
of ago commenced clearing up a farm,whcro
ho lived ever sine:. Ho was one of tho
enterprising farmers of that day. Ho also
built a sawmill and dealt In lumber. Ho wn3
for many years active in township affairs
and filled many important places of trust.
Fifty years ago the 20 of last May, ho and
his wife, were baptised by the writer, and
though in the tussel of life for half a century
the old gentleman did not always live con
slstently with tho profession then made, "ho
kept tho Faith" and died hoping for better
things to come.
If there was good in his life, and wo say
mere was mucu,
This bo to our memories dear.
And if there wero faults, and who has not
Let us nlpo them away with a tear.
Stillwater Bcpt 9, 1839.
What Is sweeter than roses
That bloom in tho beauty of June?
Or tho stately and fragrant lilies
Whoso bells ring a summer tune?
Ah, sweeter tho roses blowing
On the checks of those we love,
And tho lily of health that's glowing
The checks' red roso above.
But how soon the Illy and the roses with.
er In the faces of our American women
Why Is it? Simply becauso so many of
them aro victims of weaknesses, irregular!
ties aud functional deraogements lnclden
tal to the sex. If they would use Dr,
Piercu's Favorlto Prescription all these
beauty and health-destroying ailments
might bo warded off, and wo would hear
less about women "growing old before
To regulato the stomach, liver and bow
els, Dr. Pierce's Pellets excel. Ono
A lawn Festival will bo held at tho rcsl
denco of Hev, D, J. Waller Jr., on Tuesday
evening Sept. 10th. The ladies of tho
Presbyterian Church extend an Invitation
to all, Ice cream, buns, coffco and choco.
late will be served, Elwell's Orchestra
In attendance If the weather proves uu
favorable the entertainment w'll bo held lu
Now Is the time to get your tin cans and
elf sealer at tfshlcman & Woll'd.
Mr Dear Columrun t
My tetter of July 2.5th
was mailed in London. Two weeks passed
very quickly and pleasrntly In that
great city. London Is an Kmplro in itself.
Tho people nro very kind and courteous.
Civility and politeness mark alt classes.
And nil tho pcoplo are busy. This Is a
marked feature, Indeed throughout Eng.
land nnd Bcotlnnd. From tho Queen to
tho collier, all havo something to do.
Wo vlsltfd "tho Town" of course, and saw
strango things Tho National Gallery,
British Museum, Parliament Houses, West
minster Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, tho
gland parks, even tho old strcccts, (whoso
names aro so' familiar to tho American
reader) and tho thronged places of busl
ness, these all repay ono for the tlmo and
attention given them. From tho city, too
wo found trips easily raado to Lambeth,
Canterbury, Oxford, Windsor Castlo. and
other places of historic interest. On our
first Sunday In London we wero at a grand
Scrvlco in Westminster Abbey nnd on the
second Sunday we worshipped In tho an
cient "St. Margaret's" and at St. Paul's
Cathedral, where wo heard Dr. Llddon,
tho distinguished preacher. Leaving Lon
don on Aug. 7th, went by train to Harwich
and from thcro by steamer to Antwerp,
whoso cathedral and gallery of paintings
nro famous. From Antwerp wo went
to Brussels, a clean and beautiful city,
called "tho lesser Paris." Tho streets havo
tho well-known "Belgian Pavements" tho
homes arc elegant and tho public buildings
grand and expensive. Hero ,too, Is
found n collection of rare paintings, works
ofillubcns, Van Dyke and Tenlcrs. Tho
windows in the old Cathedral are Ilubcns'
master-pieces. Tho Belgian plate-glass il
reraarkly clear, and tho bells havo a very
musical sound. From Brussels where
there was much to Interest us, we went to
Cologne and visited the great Cathedral
there, the largest in tho world. Tuen be
gan the trip up tho Rhino, with its pictur
esque scenery and many historical land
marks. Wo stopped at Bingon, "fair Bin
gen on th lthinc, ' and there in tho heart
of Germany had an opportunity of seeing
tho dally 1 i to of tho Germans, while we ad
mired the enthusiasm with which they
pointed to the colossal siatuo of "Gcr
manla" erected opposite their town, In
honor of fallen heroes. From Blngcn to
Maycnco and thcoco to Heidelberg with
Its well knowD Castlo and Scholarly Asso
ciations. Then by the hills and vales of
Switzerland to tho beautiful Lake "Lu
cerne," whore this letter is mailed. From
Lucerne wo gu to Milan, Verona, Vonlce,
Turin, and by way of land to Paris. After
some days in Paris wo go to Antwerp nnd
from there home. We have been disap
pointed In not securing passago In a steam
er which should bring us sooner to New
York. But tho great number of Americans
In Europo seeking return at this season
has caused an unusual demand for steamer
accommodations, and on some lines all the
deslrablo rooms havo been engaged, for
onths in advance. It has been very diffi
cult thereforo to secure passago by a sult
ablo steamship, and we are thankful that
our detention is but for n few days. Wo
have obtained good accommodations in the
Pcnnland" of the Itcl Star Line, which
sails from Antwerp on August 31st. It is
not a very fast steamer, and doubtless the
voyage will seem tho longer to us as wo
shall ba "homoward bound". We shall
literally count tho days until wo reach
Now York, andishall be glad to touch the
shores of our native land. While travel
ling in Europe increases our respect for
tho old world, we Americans need but to
go abroad to feel more devoutly grateful
for "tho good land" which God has given
us, and on our return to rejoice the more
In this our "goodly heritage." Hoping
soon to see you,
Wm. C. Livekett.
Tho Harvest services held in the. Briar.
creek church on last Sunday wero very in
teresting and Impressive. In addition to
the harvest sermon by tho pastor and the
inspiring hymns by tho choir, the enter
prising bodies of this congregation gavo
tho church a fin? decoration which was
both novel aud highly significant. It con
sisted of several harvest scenes. On the
right of the pulpit was a summer farm
scene. This was a mlntlturc farm occupy
ing a space of five feet by eight feet. The
houso and barn wero log with a Siraw roof.
The land was divided into uelds by a
stake and rail fence. In one field was
standing shocks of wheat, in another corn,
and in tho green moadow wo counted five
sheep and some cattle. Aong tho hlllsldo
covered with buckwheat were projecting
rocks. Tho barn with opon doors was re.
celvlng tho grain. The hired band was drlv-
ugjin a loaded wagon. Around the door of
the houso were timing tho vines and in
front of it sat tho old grandfather in the
easy chair. By his side sat a little grand
daughter. He was looking upon U11 busy
scenes of tho farm and thought of days
gono bye and of tho great Harvest day
which was fast approaching him as a sheaf
ready for tho Heavenly Garner. On tho
left of tho altar was a winter Scene. This
was also a miniature farm upon which the
mantle of snow had fallen. Tue house
was sided with bark and thu roof
and fields wcro covurod with spark
ling snow. Thu doors wero closed In
dicating that while thero were snow and
cold without, within wcro peace, comfort
and plenty, and reminding us of tho linos :
"All are safely gathered In,
In God's garner to abide,"
On the right corner of tho altar platform
wero tho symbols of agriculture put up In
an artistic manner, iuu micuiur, ranu.
Hall and sickle. In front of tho altar was
a flno display ot tho first and choicest
fruits of thu valley, rumindlng one of the
Old Testament times. In the rear of tho
pulpit were sheafs of oats, rye and wheat.
and good specimens of other grain in
stock, so arranged with flowers as to mako
a fine back ground. Even tho baskets
we ro trlmmcu with wucat ueaus, ueing
very Bugg estlvo ot the harvest offering. In
this connection it la Just to say that Miss
Tllllo Hunkvlman displayed good taste and
skill lmpalntlng the pulpit sash in pleasing
colors and design.
It In Hie Experience of MiiltltiuteH
Of Intelligent people that a perscrving
use of Dr. David Kennedy's Favorlto He.
mcdy, of Itondout, N. Y., will cure Fever
and Ague, Biliousness, llbcumatlsm, De
blllty of the Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys
and Bladder, and all disorders arising
from an impure stato of the blood, when no
other medicine or treatment has b;en of
any permanent benefit.
If you want a good Warm Air Furnace
go to Eshleman & Wolf's, Centro Street
I.OHtl I.OHtt I.OHI1
Between Market Bt. In Bloomsburg aL
on tho creek to Oranges Ule, a pocket-book
containing 8 or 10 dollars and a pair of
gold eye glasses. Tho finder will be
warded for tame by leaving it at Moyc
Kflv, W. C,
Tho most exciting baso bait gams of tho
season was played Saturday last btlwcoj
tho Danvlllo Club and Bloomsburg Tho
gamo commenced with the Bloomsburg
lending, which llioy kept up until tho
sixth Inning, whon tho ecoro was tie.
At this point friends of tho Danvlllo ctub
did considerable of unnecessary talk, but
when tho eighth Inning closed and tho
homo club addod 0 runs to (ho scoro tho
excitement was great. Bolow we gtvo the
score In full.
Franks, c f.
Hoi'scl, 1. f.
Sloan, s. b.
11 13 27 23 12
It. IB. P.O. A. K.
.0 0 4 2 2
11 0 12 1
118 3 2
0 1 2 8 0
11 8 0 0
0 0 0 0 2
3 1 0 2 1
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 24 22 8
Shannon, W. p.
Shannon, J. c.
Wyant, r. f.
Daniels, s. s.
Lee c. f.
Danvlllo 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 00
Bloomsburg 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 x 11
Earned runs Bloom 4, Danvlllo 2.
Two base hits Hagenbucb, Hayes, Heist,
Franks, J. Shannon. Homo run Hayes.
Total bases on hits Bloom 20, Danville 7.
Bases stolen Hagenbuch, Sylvls, Ikelcr,
Sloau, Bhlnchouso, ltcod. Double play,
Ammcrman to Heed to Martin. Left
Bases Bloom 5, Danvlllo 3. Struck out
Bhaffor, Hagenbuch, Sylvls, Franks 2,
Ikelcr, HouseU, Ammcrman 2, Shlncbousc
2, W. Bhannon, J, Shannon, ltcod 2, Mar
tin 2, Wyant 8, Lee 2. First base on er.
rors Danville 6, Bloom 0. First base on
called balls W. Shannon. Hit by pitched
ball Ikcler. Wild pitch Hayes. Passed
balls Shaffer 2, J. Shannon. Missed
third strike Shaffer 2, J. Bhannon 2.
Wild throws Hagenbuch 2, Hayes 2, Syl
vis, Shaffer 3, Atnmerman, W. Shannon,
Wyant, J. Shannon. Fumbles and missed
jrounpers Hagenbuch. Missed fly or
foul balls Shaffer 2, Sloan, Wyant, Am
mcrman, Daniels. Time, 2 hours 10 min
utes. Umpire McAullffe.
Advertising patent medicine in the pe
culiar way in which tho proprietor of
Kemp's Baham for Coughs and Colds does
Is indeed wonderful. He authorizes all
druggists to give those who call for It a
sample bottlo Free, that they may try It be
fore purchasing. The Large Bottles are
50c and $1.00. Wo certainly would advise
trial. It may save you from consump.
The World's Fair of 189a.
Edward Atkinson, tho well-known writer
on political economy, writing on the sub
ject of tho plan of tho Fair, says : "My
general idea is that either by way of ex
ample, of pictures, of graphic Illustrations
and figures, one and all combined, so far
may be, the exhibition should show the
progress of modern art and Industry from
the prehistoric type, or from tho typo of
1492, down to tho present day. For in
stance, what a wonderful exhibit could bo
made of tho progress in the art of clothing!"
Speaking of Mr. Atkinson's suggestion,
O. Yates Sc Co., the popular clothiers in
the Ledger Building, Philadelphia, said
that such an exhibit would be highly inter,
eating and would afford an opportunity to
put American clothing In comparison with
mat of tue worm, ino Americans, no i
uouoi.wear ueuer anu cueaper cioiuing
than nnc nllinr npnnln. Nn rnnttRr linw lit. I
tlo the American Days for his clothes, bo I
wants some style to them, and there Is I
where our clothing excels tho forclgu. A I
man who buys a twelve dollar suit will I
n.n.1 n m.mli 1mn In f.Ani nt a ... t --n - n n
I lunwi tiiuo .u ..vm. v. w uuiui
the man who pays twenty-flvo. Wo wel-1
como such customers, whether they bo
man or boy, as wo mako all our clothing
, ii.t. i,i...,wm...i..j
good-fltting clothing at a moderate cost.
From the Philadelphia Item.
It you aro weak and weary from somo
so-called chronic disease, don't glvo up,
Sulphur Bitters has given hopo to many
invalids, where hitherto thero was nothing
but despair. It will build up and renew
your whole system. Editor Weekly Ameri
,lnt 01 Causes tor Xrlal at Septem
ber Term, A. D. 1889.
II. A. Mansfield vs. F. L. Crane.
William 11. Hard vs. John Mordan,
W. A. AL Qrier vs. James McAJarney, et
Admr. vs. Abigail
Weaver, et al.
City of Philadelphia Trustee
C. W. McKclvy, ct al. vs. O B. Brock
way, ct al.
Isaac O. Burrell vs. P. & H. It. R. Co.
Curtis Mfg. Co. vs. Clark I. Thomas,
it. A. Markle vs. Borough of Berw.ck
John W. Hoffman vs. B. & 8. R. It. Co,
E. W. II. Low vs. B. & 8. R. It. Co.
Jacob Gould vs. Charles Hughes.
Phebe Salmon's Admr. vs. J. 8. Bach
man, et al.
Frances Qottschall vs. Jeremiah Reedcr.
L. N. Lee & Bro. vs. Bllas UotTnaglc.
Martha Teager, ct al. vs. William Adams
William Rabb vs. Bernard Btohnor, ct
Thomas W. Edgar vs. O. R. Coi.
Ablglal Cole vs. O. W. Eves.
A. M. Harvey vs. Valentino 8tout, et al
P. & R. It. It. Co. vs. Col. Co. A. II. &
Catharine Lltwiler vs Henry Lltwllcr.
B. A. Bmith vs. George Farver.
Two FlHli HtcrlCH.
Paul E. Wirt Esq. went to Orangevlllo
ono day last week, and to pass the
pleasantly while waning lor tue train, he
borrowed a Ashing tackle and baited
After fishing in the creek
o returned to tho station,
nltttlo while he
and leaving his Ashing apparatus on tho I The new things may wait a lit
platform ho boarded the train and started tle now but you wouldn't be
Biivlne a grasshopper she cautiously au.
proached it, and suddenly seized and swal
lowed it- But it was Mr. Witt's grasshop.
per and the hook went down with
did not catch any bats that day,
says that hereafter he is going to
but he I
polo for hens.
John m. Clark Esq. went Ashing out to
tho dam one day last week. Whllo cut.
lug his dinner he set his pole and paid no
further attention to it, until he went to
gci , wuunit was guue, no ono cise uau
been near.'so that It was not stolen. It is
ir, so mat it was not stolen, it is
d that a largo bass got on tho hook
t tho pole lulo the water, and that
dn the cci grass at the bottom,
Life slzo cravona in mid frmmrn nnlv
. ' '
v itkiuip Bro.
Milton n. nlooiimliurir.
On Thursday last n parly of sixteen,
mo moors of tho Bonlta lenn.s Club, went
to Milton for tho second gamo In the scries
between tho two towns.
Tho teams wcro Messrs. C. W. McKcIvy
and Fred Ikelcr against Messrs. W
Chamberlain and N. Johnson, nnd Messrs
John Llmcburncr and W. ltlshton against
Messrs. II, Chamberlain and Hchrrycr,
Play was called at 2.45. Umpires for
Bloomsburg, Messrs. Frank Ikelcr nnd
Levcrcttj for Milton, M. Uadwaladcr.
The scoro, by sets, was as follows t
McICclvy and Ikelcr vs, Chamberlain and
Johnson 4-0, 0-4, 2.0, 8-0.
Llmcburncr and ltlshton vs. Chamber.
tain and Schrcycr, 0-2, 3-0, 0-3, 1 0, 0-0.
Cut Ilnten to tile Wcsi.
Cheap tickets to all points tn Kansas,
Colorado, Indian Territory (Oklahoma)
Texas, and other States and Territories in
the West, will bo sold by tho Santa Fo
lloulo from Chicago and other points along
1 10 lino, on August 0 and 20 1 September
10 and 24 nnd October 8.
For particulars ask your Ticket Agent or
write to John Byrne, Assistant General
Passenger Agent, Banta Fo Itoutc, Chica
Tile Local Ncnsnniicr,
Merchants and business men in the
smaller towns should patronizo tholr local
newspapers in preference to "city Jour
nals' or advertising schemes with high-sounding
names that swoop down upon country
towns with persistent regularity. The lo
cal paper 3 tho ono that prints gratuitously
a thousand and ono good and truo Items
of Interest and value to the town, and
whose columns aro always open to those
persons who can do good for tho commun
ity. When we see a glaring advertisement
in a city paper of a groc ry house, or any
other place that is dependent upon tho pa
tronage of a community surrounding a
small town where there is an established
local newspaper, in tho columns of which
no lino of type mentions tho existence of
the advertiser, we aro again most forcibly
reminded of the fact that fools and in
grates are not all dead. Ot course, there
arc somo establishments, llko heavy manu
facturers, hotels, land companies, or other
lines of business that expect to derive
their principal benefits from a broader field
than their local paper covers, who can
Justly place their patronago with the a larg.
er and moro extensively circulated news
papers. But, on general principles, it Is
safe to say that no business, no matter
how larite or small, can well afford to ig.
norethc local nowspaper. Dmtheran Oali-
ornia Informant, San Diego,
To-MlicM and To-aorruw Nlulit.
Aud each day and night during this
week you can get at all druggists' Kemp's
Balsam tor tho Throat and Lungs, acknow
ledged to be the most successful remedy
ever sold for tho euro of Coughs, Croup,
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Athma nnd
Consumption. Get a bottle to-day and
keep it always in the house, so you can
check your cold at onco. Prlco 50c and
$1.00. Sample bottles free.
A Delicate Operation.
, ,, . i
Dr. Marshall, of town, and Dr. Qwinner,
of Centralia, assisted by student Thomas I
Curry, performed a very delicate surgical I
uueruuuii oaiuruiy uuuruuuu laai on I
Charles Smith, a young man living in the
vlllaeo of Montana, near Centralis. Smith I
while working at tho Centralla colliery
was mckeu in tho ueaa by a mule which I
ho was driving, the blow was of such vio-1
fmr-lnrn nf thu tnmnnral nrt nritl Wo.
of the left side, a portion of tho temDoral
bone was driven inward and rested upon I
tiie external membrane of the brain, much!
impairing me lunciions 01 that organ and
r,l,,Mn ll, !..(m l m .,. i... I
state. For two dava tho natlent lav In tl,t I
condition and as tho symptoms of brain I
pressure became evident the critical opera-1
Hon of trephining was resorted to as tho I
.... I. 1. ! 1 . ,. 1 1 , I
UUI 1UCIUS UJT WU1UU UO WOU1U UB.YC a I
possible chanco of recovc.-y. By means of
tho trenhine thn (runnnti nf frurtnrf.,! I
bono were removed and then tho depressed I
.1 , ...r ..,..
piece of temporal bono was elevated to its
natural position. As soon as tho pressure
on the brain was removed tho patient who
previously had been in a state of stupor
becamo bright and active and graphically
described tho accident and seemed to suf-
fer no mental disability from his Injury,
c u, uv.y iu.fu.iub
that he wlllcntirely rccover.-is.W Advl
CoiiHuiuptlou Hurely Cured
To tub Editou Please inform your read-
era that I have a positivo remedy for tho
abovo named disease. By Its timely use
thousands of hopeless cases have been per
manently cured. I shall be glsd to send
wo bottles of my remedy ritas to any ot
your readers who have consumption if they
will send me their express aid post otUc
address. Respectfully, T. A. 8 LOCUM
M. C..181 Pearl Bt., Now York, rscpt-21-ly
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
Whea Daby wu tick, wo are her Cutorla.
When the uu Child, the cried for CMtorla,
When the became MIu, the clung to Outorlt,
When the had Children, the care them OutorU.
luiLiDiLruii, Monday, Sept. t, ISttt.
Our policy a new policy.
The new Autumn things are
rttrriinnr in nnnn no M, ,!..
crowding in upon us hourly
lor the present let them care for
themselves. You 11 find them.
just now our taiK is on a
new feature for the opening of
a season. We call it our sept-
ember L.vnitea sale.
The limitations are :
First. Space. With all the
vastness of the store we can on-
lv ;v(, tn rh cnPrinl Rnrmlnc
t ' .
that aro in thls sale tiie required
room for a Limited Period.
they not promt
I Html soon.
I OCCOllU. lime. 1'rom the
regular business now pressing
vfc hard upon us we cannot divert
attention verv lontr. I hn ebb
i aim now ot tne merchandise ot
1 ,1 r . .
the seasons is a movement quite
is a freshet. This is a freshet.
I n J It 1
a ,lod SOOn over. It ttlUSt be
to give place to the regular pro
; ' i, ."n 1 ,
cecdings of the stuffs and
minors -pnrn I mulnd ht
-J l in...
I rrt r y-v . m
I imra. Uiianmies. All uunos
in this Limited Sale arc
prices very far below value, and
of course Limited. They can
not be replaced. You get them
by unusual conditions. Some
body looses more or less heavi
ly on each item. Generally
more. Men may be "mostly
fools," but they arc not gone
so clean daft as to continue los
ing indefinitely. Hence an end
in view to the biggest lots.
And that's the why of
September Limited Sale.
The finest Blankets are here.
Mission Mills, white as snow
flakes, soft as down luxury in
Blankets, But the busy hum
will centre upon the great piles,
which, in spite of an advancing
wholesale market, are to go in
to consumption at prices which
in veVy cheapness arc fanciful.
J tie Housekeepers 1 Choice.
All good, pure, clean, staple
wool, clear white, and soft to the
touch, Two sizes and weights ;
red, blue, or pink borders,
1st Pive rounds to the pair,
70x82 inches each, at $4.25
2nd Six pounds to the pair,
74x84 inches each, at $5.50
The Loiif Dollar. All fine
wool fillinor. The chain is cot
ton, but the material is 80 per
cent wool. You probably
couldn't find the cotton in years
of service. Two sizes and
weights ; red or blue borders.
1st Pive pounds to the pair,
68x84 inches each, at $3.25
2nd Six pounds to the pair,
74x86 inches, each, at $4 a
The Coronet. Scarlet, last
dye, often called medicated, will
stand hard usage. All good
wool, weight five pounds to the
pair, 70x82 inches each, black
border, $4 a pair.
Ail ot these Blankets are as
staple as United Slates coin,
and are at least 25 per cent in
your favor. We know the
market, and also know you 11
not get an equal chance again
this season. This Blanket sale is
Next week we shall open our
,. . . f ,i I t M i I
great STOCKS OI tne latest IN OVel-l
ties in Dress Fabrics, which for
M . i , ,
months past we have been busy
'rL. . t T T
mUS hav(: , r0om- To
Ret II we maKe quiCK prices Ofl
Our present Stock of Staple Fall
and Winter StUflS.
Combination bide - band
Robes, sill:-and-WOol, S7, im-
ported to Sell at SI?,
Embroidered Persian Robes
ilo en :rnrrirt,l f 11 ...a
P1--D(-' PUrit.U IO SU1 at SIO,
Embroidered Persian Robes
I5 imported to sell at SlS.
Embroidered Persian Robes
tin imnnrrprl tn coll if &ne
' I Tf ' J '
T ,rrUh lo Ll r"ltl. T ,
.,9;. "'s'"- u'ul" Ju,
wlUl Unentai wroueilt WOrK in
wool, at $25, imported to sell at
i he prices go clown on a
great quantity of Parlor Furni
ture, 1 10 complete suites and
many odd pieces. A few are
off 75 per cent, Others 50, Others
30 Dut whatever it is you can
tdI f?r yourself. Each article
or suite nas a large caret upon
which Saturday's price is placed
ntinw nnA tr,.rln'o r.-; Uol,,..,
" "-"i- t", uwimv.
IJOUlU anythinof be Plainer Or
...v. v au.. .
YOU Will Una all tlllS On the
tVi.rrl fl.. t,-1. ... A
you thinkmor of new parlor
times? Studv th s sale. A
products oi the current year,
upholstered in Wilton, damask,
plush, tapestry and brocatelle
many styles original and exclus
ive witn us, no duplicates.
lhe movement is iust as
and a multitude of other thines
inis saie is especially lor con
be sold ; retaf uantities
sumers, lhe poods will only
Pit Games, Grist Bhiwlnecks. Heath.
woous, uiacK 11. Heds, thav will stay to win.
Eggs, III for f 1. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
tf. Bloomsburg, Pa.
mono nuarrles Thu best imalliv
uuuuing stone for salo by 11. F. Bharplcss.
Try Curtis Compound.
Try Curtis Comnouud. Blood. Liver, and
T.!.l tl ' '
iviuucy 1 uriuer.
Try Curtis Compound.
blood, liver and
Try Curtis Compound,
Try Curtis Comnouud.
blood, liver and
Try Curtis Compound.
Try Curtis Compound, blood, liver ami
Try Curtis Compound.
Fine Cabinet portraits only
$3. tloz. Life size Crayons only
$10.00. Viewing, copying and
enlarging. Instant process
Nil. 0 (look Btovcs, $13, lltnies $15 up.
Btovo rcpvrj, lire brick nnd plow repairs
of notrly nil kinds at Bhatpless' Foundry.
- OF -
Real Ksljite !
Mr vlrtua ot sundry wrlli of I-T. F . Innmt nnt
of tho Court of Common t'loai of CotumbU county
and to mo dlrcctoJ, will bt oxpoiod to publlo salo
at tho Court IIouso In bloomsburg, on
Monday, Ssptembsr 23, 1889,
at 9 o'clock p.m. tno following described real
cstato, to. wit i
All that ccrtitn mossuoge and lot ot ground
situate In tho Town of Iiloortuburjr, county of Col
umbia and stato ot ,1'enna., bounded and doscrlbed
as follows: Un tho north by Fifth street of said
town, on tho cart by lot cf Mrs. Jocoby, on tho
south by .Pearl strcot, and on ttis west brOhcstnut
alloy, being no foot In width, anl 160 toet dorp,
whereon Is croctcd a framo dwell ig houso, stablo
BeUoJ taken Into execution at tho suit ot J. It.
Montgomery's uso, against Charles Kru j, and to
bo sold as tho property of Charles Krog.
Mili.hr. lit. Fa.
All tb.it oortaln lot, plooo or parcel ot
ground situate In tho Town ot Btoorr burg, coun.
ty and stato atoroaild, bounao land doscrloed pi
follows i lieglnnlugatapolnton tho south s'ido
of soventh Btroct, so foet oist of Cathailno street
and running thenoo southwardly by a l'no paral
lel with slid cathirlno street n foot more or less
to an alloy at a point 80 feet east ot Catbartad
street, thonco eastward!? along said alley 6J foct
more or loss to land ot C.; lurton and othors;
thenco by tho samo north 30 and 'i degrees, west
133 feet moro or lass to seventh street atoresall,
thenco by said street wostwardly &Tjj foct mora or
less to the placo ot bsglnnlng, whereon Is erocto d
a two story frame dwelling houso, b.ablo and out
buildings. seized, taken Into oxooutlon, at tho si"t ot
Samuel Williams' uso, against Charles Krug, and
to bo sold as tho property of Charles Krot:.
MitLKB. Lev. Fa.
All that certain lot, iplcco or parcel of
ground sttuato in Kwt Il'.ojmsburg, county and
stato aforesaid, bounded and desci.bjd as follows:
Beginning at a corner of an alley and Se.enth
street, and runntig thenco along sail Ssreath
street wejtwardiy 1U feet moro or lees to Catha
rine street, thonso along satd str;:t northwardly
41 feet, more or less, to lot ot Alfred Wanlch,
thence along said lot eastwardly 119 feet more or
less to an alley aforesaid, anl thenco along said
alley 41 feet mora or loss, to tho place ot begin
ning, wheroon Is erected a two story frame
dwelling houso, and outouUdlngs.
Seized, taken Into execution at tho suit of John
Vance, guardian, uso,;giinst Charles K-u?, and
to bo sold as tho property ot ; Charles Krug.
Miu.sk. Lev. Fa.
Tho abovo described threa lots or parcels of
ground of Charlos Krug, wllliba sold on a wilt ot
0. fa. IsBuotl outlof said coi' t, at tho samo tlmo
and place, at the suit ot I. W. McKeUy against
Charles Krug, It for any reason any or all ot the"1
should not bo sold on the lor. fa.
At the samo tlms and placo by vlrtuo ot a wrl"
of fl. fa. will bo exposed toi publlo salo the follow -Ing
described roal r itato :
All that certain piece or parcel ot land sit
uate In tho Town of Bloomsburg, county ot Cotum .
bla. State ot Pennsylvania, bounded and describ
ed as follows : Beginning at corner ot lot of John
Coleman, thenco eastwardly along tho Lackawan
na Bloomsburg Hall Itoac 330 feet more or less
to strawberry Alloy i thonco aljng sill alloy lta
feet to a stake, thenca westwardly 374 feet to lot
ot John Coleman aforesaid, thonco along slid lot
110 feet to tho place of boglnnlnj, containing 45
4to square foot, whereon is erected a Planing
Mill, dwelling houso, and lumber slic.'i.
ah mat certain messuage or lot, piece or
parcel ot ground situate In KasS Bloomsburg,
county ono stato aforesaid, bounled and described
o3 follows: Beginning at a stiko, corner ot lot ot
itisiouows: ueginmngat a stiKO, corner ot tot or
I Franklin McBrtdc, nnd running thoaco along a
public road on tho south sldo ot Lockawaria
Bloomsburg ltiltroart, oastwardly 50 feet to land
of Samuel Knorr and L. S. Wlnterstoen, thenco
along said land southwardly !30 feet more or loss
to Seventh street, thenco along said Soventh
street weswardly 60 feet to an alley, along lot of
I. c, Kuhn, Alfred Wanlch, Franklin SIcBrldo
and others, and thence alon; said alley north
wardly 430 toot moro or less to tho placo ot begin
ning, wheroon Is oroctol a two story framo
dwelling houso, stable, and otllce.
All the right, title, and Interest of the de
fendant, Charles Krug, In all th it certain piece
or parcel ot land situate In th9 Town of Blooms
burg aforesaid, bounded and described as follows :
Beginning at a corner ot lot late ot John Coleman
on seventh street, thenco along seventh street In
anoaaterly direction am feet to lot of M-a. B. II.
Vannatta; thenco along the samo northwardly
110 feet to other land of Charles Krug ; thenco by
same westwardty 2J8 feet to lot ot John Coleman
aforesaid, and thenco by said lot southwardly to
the corner on Seventh stroat, tho place ot begin-
beizeo, taken in execution, at tno suit of I. W.
the propei -y of CharlcaKrui;.
and to bo sold as
JOHN B. CASEY,
By virtus of a writ of Vend. Ex. issued out ot
tho.courtot o.ua:ter Session of the l'eico of Col
umbia County, la, and to mo directed thero will
Do exposed to public salo at tho Court IIouso,
Bloomsburg, ra., on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1839,
' two o'clock In tho afternoon, the following:
i AH that certain tract ot land s'tuate In Main
1 Wwnshlp, Columbia Co., ra., bouuled ard des-
I crtbed as follows, to-wlt : On tho north by land
1 rt 1 llM-il Unnolntw. nnlluin.. l.mH tnM
mlan Longenberger, Nathan Miller and Israel
Mummy, on the south by land ot N. II. W. Brown,
on the cast by land of Catawlsaa Desposlt Bank,
more or le33, whereon aro erected a
u mi HOUSE,
Barn and OutbulWngs.
Seized, uken Into execution at the suit of tho
Commonwealth vs. Benjamin J. NU33 and to bo
sold as tho property ot Bonjam'n J. Nuss.
B. V. Zarr, JOHN B. CASEY,
Notice is herebv (riven to tho creditor of thn
undersigned and to all persons whom It may con
cern that ho will apply to tin court ot common
1'ieas oi iroiumuia ouumj , ror tne oenent or tno
Insolvent lawn, ot this commonwealth, on Mon
day aiternoon, hcpt. 30, is-.ii, at 3 o'clock on Bald
day, at which tlmo any pel son having any ob.
Jfctlon to bis nnal discharge as an Insolvent
debtor, can appear and make the same known.
UHANT 11 KHUlnw, Ally. dUll? ULKWUS.
Aug. 10, lhBD. U-GSW,
A list of 1000 newsnaners du.dod into statrs
AND SECTION will bo sent on application
'IX) thoao who want tbelr advertising to n.iv. wn
I can offer no better medium tor thorough and ef-
ii-cmu wurK man iuu vunuus bocuons oi our
hclirl I. oral 1.1.1.
;i;o. i. itowiii.i.sco.,
Newspaper advertising Bureau,
10 spruco street, New York.
Jcly ll-r 4t.
BLOOD, LIVKU AND
Now is tho apuoitiU'il ttmo for
thoroughly cloaushiu tho system from
all impnrities, ami all will Qnd that tho
Uurtii Uomioium will exactly till thu
bill. It has stood tho til of 2't years
anu its sales nro larger than ever, ovory
I year. Prico 50o. and $1.00.
Foit Sai.k Uy
James IT. Mercer,
Hating done business in tne. United states for
years our reputation and itpouai unity Is ewtab
IlKhod. Wo want throe men lu our vleiuliy 10
represent 11s, to whom exelusho territory will bo
Klven. Uaudsomooutnt tree, salary and ex.
uensea paid weekly. l'ruvlousexpeit iiou mit re
quired. Write at onco lor terms. lUrdy stock a
MAY HUliTIII'UH, Nurserymen, Uachester.N.Y.