Newspaper Page Text
THE COLUMBIAN AJND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA,
0. E.Elwoll, Itisu.,
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1889.
Who aye that br.iwu ii not more
proPublo than br.r ist John L, Sul
iivnn talks of being a oamlirfato for
The democrat of Luzorno county
havo nominatod Kilwud Short, for
Judfjc. Judgo C, E. Rico has been re
nominated. Ho is an ablo and upright
magistrate, and ought to bo kout on tho
bench. Tho judiciary should be non
An otlort is now being raado to ox
cuso Robert Ray Hamilton for marry,
ing a woman whom ho knew to bo a
strumpet on tho ground that thcro was
a conspiracy against him, and that ho
wai induced to marry her by being
mado be'iovo that ho was tho father
of her child. It r ppoars now that the
child. vaa an imposturo and Mrs.
Hamilton was not its mother, Bo this
as it may, tho only conclusion that can
reasonably bo arrived at is that Robort
Ray Hamilton is a fool, with all his
Tauht Refoiim Demanded and Manv
Political Sins Laid at the Dook
ok the Republicans.
Tho following is tho platform adopt
ed Dy tue uemocratio otato Uonven
lion at Harrisburg last week.
Tho Demociaoy of Pennsylvania, in
convection assembled, declare :
1. That all powors not expressly
granted to tho general Government aro
withhold, and a tacred observance of
the rule of construction contained in
Amendment to tho Constitution itself
is essontial to the preservation of tho
principles of homo rule, and of pure,
honest and economical government, to
tno ena tiiat labor may n t uo roboeu
of tho bread it has earned.
2. Wo applaud tho action !of Presi-
aont uiovoiami ana our ucmocratio rep.
rescntatives in Concress lookintrto tar
iff reform, wo reaffirm the deolaration of
principles mado by tho Democracy of
tho Union at St. Louis, in 1888, es
pecially that demanding a revision and
reduction of tariff taxes for the relief
at ohoo of American labor. Americau
industries, and American tax-payers,
by the repeal of such tariff taxes as
now, invite and protect monopoly a
greed that lessens production, lessens
employment oi labor, decreases wages
and increases costs to consumer, and
by the admission of raw material freo
oi (Jaty m all cases where it will en
largo our product, multiply our markets,
ana increase demand for labor.
3. Wo regard trusts, in whatever
lorm organized, as the result of tho
oxisting monopoly tariff, and we do-
mand tho repeal of sjch tariff taxes as
enable them to control domestio pro
duction, by unlawful combination, and
to extort from the people cxborbitant
prices lor tueir products.
1. Wo accept tbo ocmon of Penn.
sy'vania rendered by tho ballot on tho
pronibitory amendtrent as a declara
tion in favor of a reasonable, just and
effectivo regulation of the traflio in
ardent sp'nts. Wo hold that the
agreement of the Republican party
through its representatives in the
Legislrturo to tho proposed prohibitory
amendment to the Constitution, and
its defeat at tho polls in spito of the
itepnbhean majority of olMnn) votes,
aro facts that establish beyocd doubt
the hypocrisy of tho Republican lead
era in their treatment of the question
5. Wo hold tho Republican party
rcsponsibletortbe failure a failure will
fully and com' itly incurred to o.iforco
by "rppropnato legislation "tho sixteen
tn and isventeen.h ;ii tides of tho Cons
tuition, c'enHned to protect tho land and
labor, the people, and tho industries of
C. Wo hold the Republican party
responsible tor tho fauuro to pass any
law for the relief of the manual labor
ers of tho State of Pennsylvania.
7. Wo hold tho Republican party
responsible for the notorious corrup
tions which have for many years pre
vailed in tho management of tho State
Treasury, for the system of depositing
loans without interest, enriching favor
itcs of tho ring by tho uso of publio
money, and lor tho uagrant violation
of law by the commissioners of tho
sinking fund, and wo pledge the faith of
the Democratio party that the candidato
this day nominated will, if elected, re
form tfieso wrongs.
8. That tbo sufferers by the recent
floods havo our sincero sympathy, and
that wbilo wo deprecato and condemn
tho management on tho part of tho
Stato authorities by which relief to
our sorely alll:ctcd fellow citizens has
been unnecessarily delayed, we urgo our
representatives in tho Legislature to
tako such oonstititional action as will
gie substantial relief to the utricken
9. Whi'o wo favor a liberal system
of pensions to such veterans of the
lato war as havo been honorably uia
charged, and who from wounds or
other physical infirmities havo been
rendered unfit for manual or othor
labor, wo deem it unjust to that largo
class of thoso faithful soldiers of tho
Union who tako a just pndo in tho
1 f- .1-.
nu oiu aouiovemeuui oi ii'i'ir ouiuruuui
in arms that thoro should bo added to
t''0 pension roll tho names of any who
aro not qualified thereby by reason of
honorable and faithful service in tho
lino of duty.
Toe Grangers Against Boyer Because of the
IBeef Bill's fata'
The Btato campaign is fairly openod,
now that tho democrats havo Placed
thoir candidate, Edmund A. Bigler. iu
the field for strto treasurer. Chairman
ICisner and bin clerks have been stead
ily nt work'for several weeks past, look
ing after the organization of the part) ,
thei' baso oi operations ueingai uarns
burg. Chairman Andrews has had tho re
nubl'can stato committeo headquarters
open at tho Continental hotel for more
than a month.
Tho Granger element and the butch
ors aro being stirred up to mako a fight
against ejieaker lioycr tor nis partici
pation in tho defeat of tho anti-dressed
beef bill, which was killod last winter
by tho model legislature. Tho Grang
ers aro represented to bo particularly
Indignant at tho way thoy were treated
oud thoy mean to bo rovonged by oppos
ing its candidato for atalo treasurer,
Tho butcher' organization of Alle
gheny county will consider tbo matter
at their noxt meeting, and it is said thoy
will declare against Boycr and mako a
systematic campaign against him. Tbo
butchers claim that tho bill in qucslon
aimed onl ; to ha o tho syndicate butch
ers of other etr ten submit their cattlo
before blaughtcr to t'io samo rigid in
spection to which the'- cattle arc sus
pect! 1 boforo being killed. It is stat
ed ll at Grand Master Rhone, of tho
Grantors' organization, will lead the
hl't in that body against Boycr.
REFORM IN PUNERALS.
The necessity that oxists for reform
funerals has long been recognized
reform not only in tho manner of con-
duotlngthcm, but in their cost. Tho ex
travagant outlay connected with this
la'tsad rito in ?omo sections is undoubt
edly tendiog to increase tho popularity
of cremation as si method of disposing
of tl'O dead.
In recognition of this necessity, there
seems to bo a general disposition among
unuoriaKers to discourage expensive
fujc als, especially among tho poorer
classes, both as n matter of business
and as n part of tho ethics of tho pro
fession, so called. Costly trappings of
woo aro now regarded as outstripping
tl-o bo dds of propriety, as thoy frequent
ly outstrip tho length of tho purses of
tho servivors. Instead of halt a hun
daid haoks following in tho way of the
hoarse, fo ir or fivo carriages containing
tho malo friends of tho deceased alone
accompany tho remains to their last
resting p aco.
Rut tho necessity for roform in f uncr
als is especially appment iu tenement
house districtp, and among that numer
ous class who, by reason of their cir
cumstances and surroundings, and aro
unable to boar tho burden of oxpenee
imposed by the so-nalled fashion in
funerals. In such cases the family
credit is"frequently mortgaged to such
,n extent that only tho most pinching
economy for ensuing months can dis
charge tho debt. Much of this extrav
agance is doubtless duo to tho vulgar
estimate that tho lovo and esteem in
which the dead aro held is reflected in
tho length of thoir funeral trains.
Tho simplest form of laying away
tho dead is, btyond doubt, preferable
It is in keeping with tho solemnity and
sacred grief of such occassions." Re
form in this respect from tho usages
which have bo locg mantaincd will ul
timately bo aucomplishsd, and money
which has been needlessly expended in
burying the dead will be appropriated,
as it should, to tho necessities of tho
W. 0. T. TJ. CONVENTION.
The Columbia Co. W. C. T. U. met
in convention at Catawissa Sept, 3.1,
First sossion opened at 1-30 P. M.
with Mrs. Guio the president iu the
Mrs Fredrick of Catawissa read a cor
dial address of woloome, Mrs. Prescott
of Millvillo responded appropriately
and the president followed with an ear
nest address. Superintendents of var
ious departments of work were present
aud reported encouragingly.
The evening entertainment consisted
of musio and an address by Rev. Moses
which was pleasing, profitable and ably
delivered. Wednesday morning con
vention opened to business at 9-30.
Committee on time and'place reported
that tho next Convention will bo held
at Espy on 11th and 12th of Feb.
Wo givo a resume of plans of work
adopted recommending that so entifio
temperance instruction be urged in
schools. That parlor meetings beheld
more frequently, that parliamentary
drills bo arranged in local Unions. That
two or three Unions unite from time
to time and hold public meetings.
That a committee from each local Union
urgo the missionary societies in their
midst to pray for the extinction of sa
loons,brewerics, and distilleries, also for
tho prohibition of alcoholic, beverages
in foreign lands. That wo be zealous
in tho BupprcHf.ion of impure literature,
that pockets be placed in cabooses and
supplied with literature. That special
interest shall be manifested in Loyal
Legion work also that of work among
mothers. Mrs. Hertz read a well pre
pared essay, and Mrs. Edgar followed
with an excellent paper on Naiootics.
Meeting adjourned. Tho afternoon
devoted to Loyal Legion work. Their
delegates from Millvillo wero Nellie
Ileacock, Edna Eves, and Alberta
Kline. From Berwick Bessie Freas,
"Will Fowler, Ralph and Ray Deilrich.
Tho young ladies each had a recitation
faultlessly rendered, Mrs. Edgar sup
erintendent of this department present
ed the object and necessity of tho work
in an impressive manner. Tho follow
ing resolutions wero adopted. Wo
thank our Heavenly Father that our
ranks havo not br 'it invaded by death
since ojr last convention. Wo aro in
hoirty sympithy with tho prohibition
party. Wo tender thanks to tho trustees
of tho church, to tho choir, t'jtho p iBtor
for his address, and to tho ladi of
Catawissa for their kind entertainment
Sketch of the Candidate hr State Treasurer.
Edmund A. Bigler was born in Cloar
field on August 18, 1813. He entered
Prinf.eton College, b'lt left that insti
tution when tho war broke out. lie
served with tho Stato militia durin
tho rebel laids into the State. For
about two yoara ho was manager of a
mine on tho Pacific- cost. Ho left there
in 1808, and since then ho has Ven en-
ga'eu tn tho lumber, hro bnek, an.
coal business at Clearfield, Ho is ono
of the owersof tho foundry and machine
shop there, conducted by Bigler, Reed
Ajuo.ir interested in a water company.
owus coal laudA, and is a member of
tho Clearfield Fire.briok Company. Ho
was appointed Collector of tho Twenty
third Internal Rovenuo District in 1885,
with headquarters at Alleghony City,
holding that position three years and
eleven mouths. Ho has frequently
been a delegate to Stato Conventions,
was in tho convention that nominated
Hancock for 1'reswlont aim soi 'ed on
tho national committee in 1H81 as a
substitute for his friend, William A
Wallace. Mr. Bigler is of robust build
and genial temperament.
A VIGOROUS KICK BY AGENTS.
TI1KY WILL NOT KX1II1IIT TIIKIK WAItKS AT
Trouhlo of no littlo consenuenco ex-
iats between many of tho agents for
agricultural implements, wno navo ox
h'ibitcd at the grangers' picnio at
Wi Hams Grovo ever sinco tho first of
theso big affalra was held, and the men
who dorivo pecuniary benefit from tho
annual gatherings whloh thousands of
nconlo attend. Tho ogents olaim that
thov wero not treated right by the plo
nioWnagera in the matter of the run
Inr of trains and thoy doolaro that
thov yW not again tako thoir wares to
Williams Grove. They evidently mean
just what they say as they havo al
ready beguti a movement to hold tho
next meeting of Graners ot Mt. Gretna.
Mr. Robert Coleraan,tho manager of
tho place, has been consulted, and tho
terms which he proposes aro highly sat
isfactory to tho displeased. agents. Mr.
Coleman will chargo them nothing for
exhibiting their machines m is thooaso
at Williams Grovo, and ho will in other
ways favor them and tho other patrons.
Ono of tho disgruntled exhibitors
was seen and ho said: "Wo havo be
come tired of a few men making thou
sands of dollars every year out of tho
Grangers' pionlo by charging us big
spaco rates. Thoy want tho news
papers to advcrliso their show for noth
ing and in short thoy aro guilty of
many selfish acts. There is no doubt
that tho big crowd will boat Mt. Gret
na next year.
Yes that was 10. For years I suffer
ed eovcroly with ecrofula j sores broke
out all over my body, and I am un
ablo to tell one half that I suffered. I
wax rot ablo to obtain relief until I
used Sulphur Bitters, which complete
ly cured mo. C. B. Dale, 17 Allston
street, Boston. 9 13-2U
Short Work of a Troublesome Oaae-
Ono day I was taken with Paralysis
of tho Bowels. The stomach aud oth
er orgns lost all power of action. Al
though opposed to proprietary mcdi
cencs, I t'ed Dr. Dvid Kcnno's
Favorite Remedy, of Rondout, N. V.
To make a long story short it saved
my life. It is tho best medicine in the
world for difficulties of the kidneys,
liver and bowels. A. J. Gikkoiid,
Lowell Mass. 9-13-lm.
The Chief Itrnion for tile great ue
cess ot Hood's Sarsaparflla Is found In the
article Itself. It Is merit that wins, and the
tact that Hood's Sarsaparllla actually ac
complishes wliat Is claimed lor It, Is what
has given to this medicine a popularity and
sale creatcr than that of any other sartapa-
tier before the public,
flood's Sarsaparllla cures Scrofula, Salt
Rheum and all Humors, Dyspepsia, Sick
neadache, Biliousness, oxercomes That
Tired Feeling, creates an Appetite, strength
ens the Nerves, builds up the Whole System.
Ilcad'i Hamparilla Is sold by all drug
gists, tl; six forts. Prepared by O. L Hood
b Co., Apothecaries, lewtu, i
W. I. IEI1H & ft
The schools of Bloomsburg are
all open. The public schools
Miss Armstrong's Select, and the
Normal and the indications are
that they will all have a larger
attendance than ever before.
The pocket books of the fa
thers and mothers will soon be
lightened of considerable of their
snare change and in some cases
(we trust they may be few) of
change that is very hard to se
cure, for every child who goes to
to school will have some things
to buy if it be odlya slate or a
pencil. The brighter ones who
were promoted at the close of
Jast term will require more new
books than the laggards, so if it
costs you a little more for booka
than it does your neighbor take
a little consolation out of the
probability that your children
have been improving thtjir time
to better advantage than his.
We have every thing needed in
the school room by teachers or
pupils, and at the lowest prices.
W. H. Euooke & Co.
OTO FALL OVERCOATS aro truly cap.
tlvntinir. More elegance anil beiiuty Is
shown h us In these garments than your
ferlllo brain could lmislne.
The designer's skill Is pictured on fa
brics ot Teztilu perfection.
Our $12.00 Bpcclnl London flUde Full
Overcoats rj values fur ahead of your ox.
pectationa. Slila ours with those shown
oUcwhcre and you will coincide with us.
OUR FALL 3UIT3 ure more superior In
Quality, Style unit Workmanship than
The demmd for such m n y'a worth Is
unlimited. Tho style of Finest Merchant
Tailoring In ready inado K-irments h origf
nal with us and continued this season on a
grander scalu than cycr.
Tho tfjual of 433 00 Suits for $20.00
me decided advantages to you.
OUB FALL T30USSE3 aro all novel
ties of tho world's best fabrics. Thump.
son's Inimitable Patent Cut assure iho
only perfect and artistic lit. Try a pair.
1 fl TllfWiPMN
u. v. iiiuiui uvn
Special Mado Clothing,
1338 CHESTNUT STREET,
Opposite the Mint, j
tv Write for samples and directions "iinwtn
Order by",MalL ( Mention thtt Mp, . )
rno TUB I10LDKU3 OF TUB
I iionom op Tim iimoMs.iniin staik
NOHMAl. SCHOOL, BKOIIIIKO IIV KIIWT JtfOHT:
OAHB, DATKU BKITEMUK1I, , mi.
NnttaA la hereof irlven that tho Interest on mi
ot said uonds ortatandloir up to Sepu 1, will
t ) paid on presentation ot the same to treasurer
atnisoaicelainoonMbure, at any lime within
LUinr UBTV iiuui ncyi j, looy. tl lojuua are uui
SraanU-dby October I, law, the Interest will be
etauluxl and applied to i luer purpose.
inn following widows' appr.ilvnMnti will be
prcnrnuvl to the (irplianv Doiirt oi Columbia
County on the fourth xonday of September A. 1).
island connrinnl nut aul nnlcss etorptloaa
are filed within fnufdayi thereafter will bo eon.
Ilcrblne, ltolandus total txuit. Personalty
llotrman, Thomas Kjtato, lieavcr. I'ersonalty
Comtght, Abraham Estao, llcrwlck, I'ersonalty
I ahrlnzcr. Ilertnnn RatAle. frantt. t'pnmnAltv
iiartman. Henry C. Estate, Uloomibuw, Person,
Hoifatt, Dantcl fiatate, FIshlngorcet, Personal
KUneaman. Jacob R-ttAte. lloavir. ivraonaltv
iiennessy, John Estate, Centralis, Personalty
p lofrcr. Phillip Estate, Madljon, Personalty
117Tev Itealty $I2.S5.
stetler, U'lUim II. Estate, Derwlclc, Personalty
Ks l, Itealtyf 213.00.
Clerks Omce, W. II. BNYDKIt,
Sept. I, U8J. Clerk, o. C.
Kttate n Anna Coffnxan, lalti qr B'.ooim'mrg, de
ceased. Notice Is hereby glren that letters of administra
tion on the etate ot Anna Coffman, late ot the
town of l!loam-.bu!v. cnuntr nf tjnlnmhl-.. And
siatsof If mwlvinia, rti-ceivd hive bon grant
ed to W. E. corlman and 1). conmanof liloomc
burg, Co'.umb'a county, fa., to whom all nons
.uueuiiu vi Ram esinro are rrqueiiei 10 mace
payments, and those liivmr clumi or da nands
will make known the same without delay to
w. k. comi w,
i). it cumuN,
KslaU of Eltiatoh lltppenstrtl, tan of Centre
Notice Is hereby elven that letters of adminis
tration on tho estate of Elizabeth lllppenstoel,
lato ot Centre township, Columbia County, de
ceased, hr re been granted by the Itejliter to
iun'cl Hal ..man, to whom all persons indebted to
said estate, aro requested to make payment, and
those raWogclalms to pnsent tho same without
Or to DANIEL. 1IAKTMAN,
A. u fritz, AamlDlstrator,
Atty. lenon, l's.
h'state of Tnomaa Coif, tale of Sugarlaxf tup .
Notice la hereby trlvcn that letters of admlnls
tratlo i on the estate ot Thomas cole, late ot
Su.jarloat twp., county of Columbia, and Stnte of
t'einivlvanla. deceased, have been erantcd to
Jo-,epi H. Cole, of He .ton, col. Co., pa., to whom
su pe.aonsinaeoiea tosaia estate are requestea
to make payments, and thoso haying data's or de
mands will mako kno Aro the same without delay
or to JOSEPH It COLK,
A. L. fritz. Administrator,
Atty. Uenton, Pa.
Notice Is hereby clyen to all taratees creditors
and other persons Interested In tbo estates ot tho
iwpicure uecraenu ara mmor- iu tne ioiiuw
lng amlnlstrators' executors' guardians accounts
bayo bx tiled In tueornccof the Register ot Col
umbia county and wilt bo presented tor conllrma
tloi and allowance In tue orphans' court to be
be'd In liloomsbunr. September M. 1&9. at 2
o'clock p. it. of said day.
No. 1. Account of ncorgo Hucle, Administrator
ot the estate of Elizabeth ltuccle, late ot soott
Township, columblt Co., decjated,
No, 2. First and noil account of Mat tie Am.
merman, admlnlsri Ix o( Albert Am-nc-man, late
of Flsblngcreck township col. Co , deceased.
No. 3. Account ot uiqi-uii JlelsuUne. admlr'stra
tor ot the estate of Elizabeth Uelshllne, late ot
Uenton township, Columbia county, deceased.
No. 4. Account of Aaron lloone, Executor of Mary
E. Snyder, deceased, wl-o was guardian ot William
No. fi. Second and final account of Oeonre N.
Bdgurt, administrator ot the estate of Reuben Uo-
gart, late or uemiocx toxnsaip, deceased.
Nad. First and final account of n. M. and II.
A. Yocum, laiu of Locust township, Columbia Co,
No. 7. The account of Wm Chrlsman, trustee
of Deborah Harrison, deceased, for sa e of real es
tate to pay legacies.
No. 8. Account of Daniel It.lohnson. adminis
trator of vil"am .lohuiOT, late ot the township of
No. 9. Account ot Mary A. Knorr, Executor of
Samuel Knorr, deceared, who was guardian of
aco.-go A. lwvan a minor-child ot George Ueyan.
No. 10. Account of L. II. Ttupert. Executor of Ell
Marion, uecsareu, as nicu uy KTaiina ltupert,
No. 11. First and rlnal account of W. a Hess.
administrator ot George Kelchner, late ot Cent.e
ujwn&mp, cuu i;u.f ueccasvo.
No. 12 First and final account of II. J. Knorr,
and Wesley Knorr, eiecuto.'s of II. D. Knorr, late
ot the town ot llloamsd jrg, deceased.
No. 13. First and anal account ot I. A. Dewltt,
ezreutor or Daniel to-ce, late or rcsningcreeic
township, col. Co., deceased.
No. 14. First and final account of W. F. SarCer.
executor of John ggert, of Berwick.-, Columbia
No. 15. Account of nary A. Knorr, executrix of
Samuel Knorr, who was one ot the executors ot
ai asy joun, neceasea.
No. 16. Third and partial account ot Elizabeth
& Jackson and Mordecal W. Jackson, executors of
the estate ot Clarence C. Jackson, late of tne bo-
rougn or uerwicit, col vo., aeceascu.
No. 17. First and final account of Wesley DU
dine, administrator of James Dlldlne, late oi
aiaoison townsnip, aeceasou.
No. IS. First and anal account ot Amos K. nea-
cock, executor of Alice E. ueacock, ueceasod.
No. 19. Account of Samuel ADDleman. euar
dlanototls Pea'er, a minor child of Sylvester
i"eaier, late or rcsningcrceK twp , aeceasea.
No. W. Fourth partial account of James Mc
Alarny, executor of oeorge Lon;enberger, latt
or tne townsmp ot aiaui, i;ui. km., uocvds' j.
Na 21. First and fin al account of John A. Hoff
man and C. A. Shuman, executors ot Thomas J.
Hoffman, late of Iliavcr township, decea.ed.
No. 22. First and float account of John Lore,
guardian or Harriet u Moser, late Harriet u
uorneuson, nunor.cniia oi ueare n. uoruensuii,
late ot Pine township, Columbia Co., deceased.
No. 23. First an.l nirtlal account of Louis
Lowenb3rg and Sarah Loweuberg, adm'nlstrators
of the estate ot David Lowenberg, lateof Illonms-
No. 21. Fourth and final account of Moses Say-
age, one of the executors otJoilrta savage, lato
ot jacKbon townauip, l.ol km , ue -easea.
C. U. CAMPUELI,
Wl'srmSniM BH 9U wftUb tm U world.
mxt K7ffHiiN iuiuk um. do in uiir
land nu' 1sm, wllk wtrkj
rttd cum r tqtul vl.
I One lerumm im Ak I-
ttber with etr Urge mJ kl
ubU U t llouACbold
r<lr ua car fr.
Vrc. ui kftar yo kP4
Uan U horn toj 9 MmiU ulikmUiHllttNt
Wh nur b clltd, lh bema yf prpTl Tom
wh writs t w rut b or t rilr WtCB
h1 Hamplea W Pr M (rdM,u. Addrw
Uon b Co.. Uo aij.ArUaMdtMjaM.
-Thousaudf turd buuli lwnualieully cured by
or lusf of time from uulikes. Cavx prunrtmicctl lu
curable by uthori waulurl. beuil fur Circular.
Auvice t m.
aug 9-j-ly P Co
How Lost! How Resalnod.
mi. ouibnutj vi r Lire
A Scientific and SUnd&M TopQUr UdlcilTrcttlll
on the Krrort of Tpatiitl,remtttrpeUn,Nryoni
Keioltlng from Folly, Vies, Igsortacs, Exeewct or
Ortrtiiiuon, Kncnitloj ul naattlng th yictlm
(or Work, Bailneil, tbtllanlsdorSocUl Htlitlon.
Aiold nnikUlful brettnders. Poiteu thU prtut
work. It contains 00 bsmi, rojsl Kto, Ileiutlful
blading, taiboiitd, full gilt. Pries only 11,00 by
mill, poitpild, concEoJciJ In plain wrapptr, Illui
trttlre Proipectut Vree, It you apply now. Tin
dlitln-ruuhed a'lthor, Wm. II. Parker, M. I)., ro
cdved tin (lOl.n AN1 J P.U'Iil.I.lif MKUAI,
from tue Nntlnnal Jlledlcol Auuclntlon fur
IliU PIII.B liSMAV on NIIUVOUH mod
of Aitlttant Failclans may bo contolud, co&fl
dtatlally, by mull or in nerion, it the offlct of
TIIK I'UAIIOIIV niliDICAf. INSTITUTE,
No. 4 llulUnchMt,lloton,MaH.,towhomau
ordtrs for books or letters for ulrlw stould be
dlrKUd as above.
Wlicat pur liuslid.,
Hyo " ..
fc JM 111 W3
es in 05
Ccru " "
Oats " " ..
Flour ' blil
Lard per lb
Vinegar per gal
TUny LIST FOIl SEPTEMBER TKRM.
Heaver Joslah Flsho .
Henion-samuet Hart 3y, George Wootlver.
Uerwck-o. . Uncxlngham, Isalau liower.
Lrl rcreek Daniel W. Marts.
UK imsburg lobn Rwank.
cat twl-sa lewis Itelfsnyder, John T. Shuman.
Ccrtre Putll creasy.
Greenwood W. U. Parxer, I"eter f'rawfortl,
Loo nt Thonu Hoffman, J, W. Snyder.
Ma r :oree Flirer.
Wimin-D. A. Ileas, Jacob N. Tetfer.
Mo -to lr George E. Fisher.
Mt P'easant M. F. Musgravo,
lioarlngcreck Henry Long.
soott-John Jones, Samuel Keller,
su jarloaf Howard J. Hess.
TBATKRIS Jl'KORS FIRST WIIX.
nearer Wilt DavK
lie iton P'erce Keller.
Herwick Wm, Fenuermacher, A. P. Young,
A'ex. Und'n, Hobert (lllroy.
Brlarereek Levi Shaffer.
moon Geo. n. Edgar, Michael Casey, Jr., Isaac
Yost, Charles Armstionf, P. K. vanatta.
catawissa Wm. Levan, c. P. Pfahler, II. II.
Cei tre Charles Casey.
conjngham nios. Kt.nls.
Ce ,'aila Martin Ilrennan, It, I. Curran.
Greenwood Join 8. Glrton, Thos. s. Christian,
Oea W. t ett, Flwln nelL
IKust Joseph lie wig.
Mimu Adam Mll'rr, Thomas AtoMurtrlo.
Msdiso j-UaMs sterllnf.
orange Jacob Rhultz'.
Pine Abram nennett.
Oiioailtufcreck Lloyd llarlg.
Sugarloaf Bruce Sullltr, A. W, Harvey, lohn
W. Dlltz, A. It. Frltt.
Scott Churles Lee. Sr.
Jackson Frank Dcrr.
Beaver-J. II. Martin.
Bloom refer Jones, A. J. Evans, Clark Brown,
M. P. Conner, a W. Garrison.
BrtarcreeL W. John smith.
Catawissa James Hnbr, Lloyd P. Krelgh,
Pierce Creasy, Edward Moycr, George Waters,
Centralis John curran, J. Marscb.
cen -o Vm. ueck.
Frankllr o. B. scesholti.
Flshlngceek No dan Mcnenry.
Greenwood-George U. Derr, Jonathan Lemon,
John. F. Lawtoo
Hemioc': Harry Orotz.
Jacksoa B. F. Fritz, samnel P. Hess.
Locust Jackson campbelL
Madison Jacob Glrton, Allei Phillips.
Main Jacob Fenstermacher,
Montour 0. 11. Hosier, Wm. Wlnterstecn.
Mt, Pleasant c. P. Glrton.
Mimin IL W. llldlcmao.
Orange John Musaelmin
Sugarloaf It. M. Davis
fccott-B. F. lttce. A tbur Iiartman.
B. F. Savits,
Tin Roofing a Specialty.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
ALL WORK IN HIS LINE.
First door in BloomHburg Opora House.
Cold in Head.HAY-F.EVER
A oartlcle U aDDlled lntxi eacU nostril ami m
agreeable. Price bo cents at Druggists; by malL
roistered, 60 ci
KLYBHOTHBItS,56Varren8t.( Now York.
irta in wl parti, by
Dlaiiar out mithloM
u(wuwBiniaipiuii can S(a
ftbta, w will tend i ree to o
-uviava until lOCklll j.lBt Vr
t world, with all lb aiucanentt
' will alaa Midfrfairamiiii
lampla. nrtnra wa tak last jsa
how wbat wt acad, to Uto wka
Da Of CHlf CMtlT and valaabla art
Lnur ai yonr boav.asd anr a
ImuBim ui jiii ongni jeur own
prCMrtr. ThU triad roachina la
imtiittnir ui niDr pateali,
Lwhich hava mo omt t hfon pataata
la iachanBit, and oow Milt for
Tilt. lUiLMMiinil.niut ...
fulnachlna la tba world. All !
trUt iBMnatloaa pw. TZm who wrlia to bi at ooet can l
iitb imw Mat mwib nuniu la in worM, an4 (b
ntatiiaaofworhaof htfh artavaf ibown tofttkarfn America,
ale (JO.t Ux 740 Auihiu, Atialne.
3By 33133 KTn.'TE" 3DTJ 3V3C. 2D.
This Is a New and Easterly Uedlcal Treatise, and Indispensable to every YOUNC. MIDDLE.
AGED, and OLD MAN who U suffering from Weakness, Ijuiguor, Loss of Memory, IlashfulueM,
Depression of Bphits, Liver Complaint, Diseases of the Kidneys, and all diseases dependent uuou
Aaddent, Kxcouea, lfolly, VIc, Ignorance, Nervous Dchlllty, Vital Eihanstlon, and
Bound tn leather, full etlt. Prfte, only one dollar, by mall, sealed In plain wrapper, postpaid.
CONFIDENTIAL. Address HiKiiT DoMost.M.D., No. 881 Columbus Avenue, or l1. 0.lloj
llosion, Mass. Trefatory Lecture with numerous testlmoulaU from hlftb t'ources, free to all.
This Is the only ELECTRO-MEDICO PH V8IOLOO V ever published, and 1 absolutely complete
and perfect. It is lovaloable to all anllcted, as it reaches the very roots and vitals of disease.'
For all Diseases of Men, by tho distinguished mil I MIlTsiM JH 1 1 "V
llENlir Du Mont, M. I., who has DISCOVERED I
THE ELIXIR OF LIFE AND THE TRUE E8. I
8ENCE OF MANHOOD, may bo consulted in I
strictest conlldence.tn person orbyIetter,athJKlectro- I
UcdlcoIiiflriuary.No.SSl Columbus Av.,IJOlfonlMass.J
l HEARD A VOICE! IT
A LKAD1NO, 1'OI ULAH, l'HACTICAL COM.MEIK IAL BCllOOL.
Commtr:!il, ShertJtand, Practical English and Vilitary Scpartaents.
.A'f.?9?5s. opportunity for nocurlns preparation for tha real work of lira, whih t.hn,.,.n.i.
'"" uvs luuoa a smrping iwijo to 11UNO IMILK aud UuNSPIODOUS Mti'i'ie i i.m i ,..
tlool'ilnainoatproiporoujto'nrtltloa.andlts patroaa'te u" cwnposed ; o : a aurjirtor eia or ,o,, l.
m W uS-eu 'rm " Pr,B ' lneiouUn- t' eaUl&M and I lllutt'rSireuur to10U,,t
au.. is ow. W1I.UA US ilo.ittlts, itoehejter, N. V
WHY we Solicit
circular, We have a (ull line of goods, and are prepared to place them
within your read). 'Let our representatives have your orders early.
VOV. BALE UY
DAVID LONG, MILL GROVE.
NATHAN MILLER, MA1NVILLE
JUST RECEIVED !
JUST RECEIVED !
Clothing for Iflcn, Youths, Boys ami Children,
that cannot 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 vt: have had.
We are determined to have what is wanted in the line of
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, TRUMS AID
and POSITIVELY will save you more money than to buy them in VVilkerbarre or Scranton.
As have said before our
Frices are always the lowest,
And Our MOTTO is Alwnys
I. MAIER, The Reliable Clothier.
The Largest Clothing and Hat House in Columbia and Montour Counties.
When I ay CtmE I do not mean merely to
Etop them for a time, and then liave them re
turn ajrain. I heas A KAIjiuaIi CUliU.
1 bavo mado tbo diseaao of
FITS, EPILEPSY or
Allfe-lnnu study. I waiiramt my remedy to
C'oiib the worst cae. Ilecauto others havo
f ailed Is no rcanon for not now receiving a euro,
freud at onco far & treatise and a FhkkIiottlq
of my lM'll.l.lULU ItEMBOY. Give Kxiireas
nnd Tost Oflleo. It costs you. nothing for a
trial, and it will euro you. Address
H.C. ROOT, M.C., 1 83 PmblSt.. KcwYOU
WANTIil) i- '
to canvass for tho sale of Nursery tnck I Steady
?.'SC!?men.t. euarantced. HALAItr AND EX.
CHASE BROTHERS COMPANY.
Rochester. N, Y.
Sep. and Not.
SAID, MCOME AND BEE,,n
BECAUSE wc have the experience as
practical Farmers and Manufac
turers Tor Twenty Years.
BECAUSE of our extensive manufac
tory and acid chambers.
BECAUSE we give our entire personal
attention to the manufacturing of
Fertilizers. This is our specialty,
and we place at your disposal
an our laciuties.
For these reasons we make the thor
guarantee found on first pace of our
1 I MMWHMHMMIMnMmH.MHMMH
miLM WE, FALL 3
STYLES WE, FALL I
Consult Your Interests,
By patronizing a live and
The Largest Stock,
The Most Reliable GimhIs,
Square Dealing and courteous
attention will always be found at
the OLD ESTABLISHED
BAKEKS ANO CONFECTIONERS,
supply the publlo wnu i.uinkO mock nnaouuco that alter July 1st, im, they will constantly
FIIKSII BUKAI), CAKES,
1JOI.LS, BISCUITS, ETC. J)
(SrrSOF EVERY VARIETY
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS anil NUTS.
onisre,or partly pi-ah- restive .JSh ,fC,,USAM PARIOKS ATTACHED.
ttMU CL'AIMINGS & VERDY.
COME AND HAVE YOUR EVE3 EXAMINED BY
4 G.Wells, the Optician,
WHO HAS JUST COMPLETED A THOROUGHLY PRACTICAL
COURSE AT BUCKLIN'S OPTIIALMIC COLLEGE, NEW YORK.
for Examining ByeB,
PRRPEOT FIT GUARANTEED.
Fino line peb
ble and white
constantly i n
stock, also tbo
VssbbbHbHP 1 i!a jsaaBaaasssw
CARPETS and MILLINERY.
MCWOARIE1S. Isuwt I'.ytor.i, i Volvel, Bo,ly Tapestry ami Brunei,
l'KTS ,.U2120MlVT-riOA1!l,BTSfrora S0J srAI" OAR.
G. V. K1EITER.
NEW MILLINERY I
"OTHERS, TUS, HIIHIONB, VKCVKTO, &c
H. E. WASLEY.
Finest lino of
and jewelry in