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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA 1
0. B. Elwell, I ran-!
13 LOOMS BURG, PA..
FRIPTlY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1889.
Tho United Statos has a lawyer to
ovory 909 of iu population. "It ia
ploasant to think," Bays tho Boston
IS-anscript, "that theso legal gentlemen
nro not likoly to bo bought up by an
English Byndioato. Therefore, whon
909 of our pooplo get together thoy
will still have tho satisfaction of know
ins that their quota of lawyer is in the
midst of them, and busy ai usual.''
Suit has been brought against the
Pennsylvania Railroad company by a
citizen of Pittsburg for $30,000 dam
age for loss of his wifo and throe
children, by the destruction of tho pas
songcr train at Johnstown. It is claim
ed that tho company was negligent in
allowing the train to romain at Con
maugh for two hours, knowing that
it was in danger of destruction if the
South Fork dam gavo way, no attempt
being made to run it to place a of safety-
Judge Albright has handed down an
important decision regarding peddling
and hawking. Last Juno John K
Haines, a detectivo of E iston, arrested
at the instigation of the Lehigh County
Mercantile Association 11. Eicherberg,
the auoni of a toa company doing bus
iness in Reading, for the recovery of a appratso
penally 01 ou, imuoieu iur mu viuiai
ion of tho Act of April 10, 18GS, which
says that no person shall sell or expose
for sale as a hawker, peddler or travel
ing merchant any foreign or domostio
goods without havoing first obtained a
iiconso upon payment of S100. Tho
defendaut, it was alleged, travelod
through tho country and took ordors
for tea, coffee and other goods and
sometimes sold goods from his wagou.
Alderman Sopp, boforo whom tho act
ion was brought, decided in favor of
the plaintiff. Eichenberg contended
that tho act of May, 1889, repealed tho
act of 1810, which permits tho sale of
goods manufactured by tho seller and
mado application to appeal from the
alderman s decision. Judge Algright
refused to allow the anpeal, and sus
tained tho decision of tbo altlorman.
contending that a hawker, peddler and
traveling merchant are synonymous as
distinguished frotn thoso doing bus
iness at an established place. Tho
caso will be appealed to tho Supreme
Court Much lutorcst has been mani
fested among tho merchants in tho out
come of the suit. Another suit for
selling goods on orders is ponding
against Eicherberg, and a test caso
will bo made of it.
The Lancaster iVeio lira has tnado
tho following careful synopsis of tho
now dog law. It covers tho Stato :
Tho law'provides that from and after
lis passago tlieio shall bo assessed,
levied and collected annually in every
township nnd borough of tho Common
wealth from tho owners of dogs a tax
of fifty cents on overy malo dog, nnd
ono dollar for overy femalo dog, tho
sum to bo collected with tho other
township taxes. These sums shall bo
paid to tho Treasurer of tho board of
scnooi mrcciura in mu uiiiviuiii uin-
from this source. This money shall
constitute a fund from winch persons
sustaining loss or datnago to sheep by
dogs may bo paid for such loss, along
with tho costs necessarily incurred in
establishing thoir loss. The assessors
of overy borough and township Bhall
annually, whon making thoir other as
sessments, ascertain tho number of
dogs in their re.peotivo districts ntid
tho names of tho owners, and how
many of each sex are owned or kept.
The county commissioners shall annu
ally make a return to the board of
school directors of tho number of dogs
owned therein, together with tho
owner's names, and tho school directors
shall cause tho lax to be collected in
tho same manner as and along with
the school tax. Persons who havo sus
tained loss or damago to sheep may
mako complaint beforo any justico of
the peace, and tho latter shall notify
tho owner of tho dog or dogs causing
tho loss, and if tho owner does not ap
pear "as soon as practicable'' and pay
the loss oaused by his dogs, tho justice
shall notify the township auditors to
tho loss sustained by tho
President Uarfield's Phyloian.
Dr. Bliss and other eminent medioal
men speak in tho highest terms of
Specr's Wims. Dr. Bliss prescibes
these wines in his practice, whenover
wines aro necessary. Tho following is
part of tho lottor received by Mr.
I havo been gVoatly pleased with your
N. J1 Wines, and specially so with tho
Claret, Burgundy and Port. I wish
you to send mo two oases of your Claret
and one of JJurgunuy. Also, two cases
shall bo kept scparalo by Ularct and otio of Burgundy to my
irer, so that ho will know "l"? Miss Now Tcork City, and
h has como into his hands b"(1 tho bill of both orders to me.
Tho (otlowln j trMotra' appraisements will bo
prrsenU'J to tho UiptiAni' court ot Columbia
County on tho fourth wotulay ot Hoptctntcr A. 1.
1S-.9, nnd conHrmM nUL sal utilcis etcf ptlom
aro Mod within four days therejtter will bacon
nrmo! atnolul"! t
Heroine. Itolamlus RitaU Locust, ltrsonaltr
llottman, Thomas Kitato, Heaver, Personalty
t'ortilght, Abraham Bstae, lwrwlck, fcraonalty
Kahrtngcr, Itcrmon Estate, Locust, l'ersonaltjr
Ilartman, Henry C. Estate, lltootnsburg, l'erson
nofrart, niniel Kstatc, FiiningcrecK, rereonai-
ineaman. Jacob Estate, lloaver.
llennossjr, John Estate, Ccntralla,
up Infrer. rhllllD Estate, Madleon,
im.oi. iifnuy iiv-ina.
metier, William II. Kitalo, Berwick, reraonalty
iss 91, Realty ins on.
, Clerks oaiw, W. II. SNYDEIt,
Bcpu 1, 1NM. Clerk, o. O.
The Chief Krnion tor tho great (ac
cess ol Hood's SarsaparUU Is lound In the)
article Itself. It Is merit that wins, and the
fact that Hood's 8arsaparllla actually ac
complishes what Is claimed lor It, Is what
has given to tills medicine a popularity and
sale greater than that of any other sarsapa
r.Hu. A:-. rllla. or blood purl
merit Wins flcr before the public.
Hood's Sarsaparllla cures Scrofula, Bait
nheum and all numors, Dysrcpsla, Sick
Headache, Dlllousness, overcomes That
Tired l'eeling, creates an Appetite, strength
ens tho Nerves, builds up the Whole System.
Hood'. Hiiraprllln is sold by all drug
gists. 1; six tor $5. Prepared brC. I. EUxxl
b Co.. Apothecaries, loweli, i
Kstnle nf Anm coffiaan, lair of mnomt'ntrg, (It-
Notlco is herehr civcn that letters of administra
tion on the oitale of Anoa coltinan, late ot the
ltoncif lilno.nDuiv. countr of Columbia, and
I stitoot l'eniisvlraula, ilcewil Invo b3"n if rant.
eu to w. K. couminacq v. ... muinanoi itiwims.
burtf, Columbia county, ra., to who n all ,erMns
Irdebted to ml1 eitaro aro niiuustcj to make
paytneus, und thoso hivln; clumi or danaods
W, E COrr M ,
U. IL CUKI'.MAN,
S-30 6w, Administrators.
A MU!NI31'HA.TOUS'd NOTICE.
Kftatf o KlUabeth Ulpiviuitret, late of Centre
Kot inn u hihv irlvfln Hint letters of admlnls
Itratlon on the estate ot KlUabeth lllppenstoel,
lato ot Centre township, Columbia County, do
ccAse.1, have been graated by tho Register to
usmei liamnan, to wiioui mi jj'.-iiyjua iiiuuui..ju iu
Raid estate, aro requested to mako payment, and
thooo having claims to present tho Barao without
Or to DANIEL 1IAKTMAN,
A. h. FRITZ, Aummisiwiur,
Atty. lienton, l'a.
Tanner's Short Beign.
ItARRtSOK ACCE1T8 THE TENSION COSI
Pension Commissioner Tanner's
resignation, which was sent to tho
President last week was formally ac
cepted uext morning.
President Harrison was called up
on to chooso between a Cabi net oflico
and tho Commissioner of Pensions.
Sorious embarrassments con fronted hi m
in either way ho might turn. From
first to last tho Tanner affair has been
a sourco of perplexity to tho President.
It was hoped that tho nowspapor criti
cism would soon blow iUelf out and
that tho whole matter could bo adjust
ed without having any sensation or
pnblio eoandal to it,
Tho publio criticism, instead of sub
siding, continued to increase. At last
it became evideut to President Harri
son, on his return from Deor Park a
short time ago, that tho matter was
ripo for action and that a further post-
Eonomcnt could no longer bo tolerated
y tho pnblio in geucral.
The caso was stated clearly and con
cisely to the President by Secretary
Noble. Tho President was given to
understand that unless Tanner was dis
missed tho Secretary of tho Interior
would tender his resignation. It was
thus that tho matter was forcod upon
President Harrison and ho wa9 obliged
to tako action.
The following. is Commissioner Tan
ner'd letter of resignation and Presi
dent Harrison's reply thoro to:
Dei'aktment of the Interior,
Bureau ok Pensions.
Washington, Septomber 12.
To the President : The differences
which exist between tho Secretary of
claimant ; they havo tho power to sum
mon witnesses and investigate tho caso
thoroughly, and shall detnrmino and
report to the justice tho amount of tho
damace, if any. Tho report shall bo
signed by tho majority of tho auditors.
A section prescribes tho manuor in
...1.1-1. .i. ....! t.-u :
wuiun inu just'uu Buini men 11. uracil i - .. ..-- .
bunging the matter before the school R
Doani. v nun uiu tuuur tuuuivun suuu
notification and it appears a loss has
boen sustained, they shall filo the
amount of tho approved claim with
the secretary of tho board, including
tho necessary costs incurred, to bo
paid out of tho fund raised by the tax
on dogs. If the owner of tho dogs
doing tho danngo is responsible, then
tho treasurer of tho board shall im
mediately oMlect the damages and
costs from him, aad place tho proceeds
in tho sheep fund. If it shall bo found
at tho closo of tho current year that
tho dog tax is not suluVient to pay for
all losses incurred under tho law, then
the sohool board bhall pay a pro-rata
sharo to tho several claimants : if the
funds are sufficient, then tho claims
shall bo paid in full. All dogs in tho
State aro mado personal property and
subject to larceny. Justices shall be al
lowed a leo ot lilty cents in every case
that comes boforo them. Ovvners of
dogs causing loss may voluntarily pay
tho damage, without awaiting action.
In caso thoro is a surplus in the sheep
fand in tho hands of "tho treasurer at
tho close of tho curront year amount- (NAT O A TT "T
ing to S100, tho same shall bo trans- f 7" S
to canvass for tho sale of Nursery stock I steady
emplovnrent guaranteed. SALARY AND EX
PENSES paid to successful men. Apply at once
staling ago. jiienuon tms paper.
KsUiU nf Tliomnt Cole, late of SiarUxf tiep .
NcHeotahprphYp'lvpn that letters of admtnls
tratlon on tho estate ot Thomas Cole, lato of
suiarloaf twp., county of Columbia, and fetalo of
iv'nnsvivnnla. deceased, havo been granted to
I Joseph It. Cole, of Ronton, Col. Co., l'a., to whom
I an persons maeoiea losaiu mtaws nrriu-w
to mako payments, and thoso having cUlms or de
mands will make known tho same without delay
or to JOSEPH 1L COLE,
A. U FBtTZ, AUiniiiisirttiur,
Atty. iuiivuii, I'll.
T UIIY MOT FOU BKPTEMUEil TERM.
Iicaver Jostah Fisher,
lwnton-samuel Harvey. Ooorgo Woollrcr.
liorwlck u. A, UucKlngham, Isaiah Dower.
Iirlarcreek-Danlel W. Marti.
Ulcomsburg John Swank,
cat iwissa Lewis Rcltsnyder, John T. Shuman.
Centre I'hlllp Creasy.
Greenwood W. U. l'ariter, Itor Crawford,
Ijocust Thomas Hutlman, J. W. Snyder.
Main Oeorge Klsber.
wimm-D. A, Hess. Jacob N. I'elfer.
Montour Ooorgo K. Klsber.
ML P'easant M. F. Musgravo.
Hoartngcreek Henry Long.
Scott-John Jones, Hamuel Keller.
Sujarloaf Howard J. Hess.
TRATIRII JCB0RS riRST WBKI.
Reaver Will Davis.
Benton ricrco Keller.
Ilerwlck Wm. Kenstprmaeher. A. I. Yonnir.
Alex. Unden, Robert Ollroy.
iinarcroeK Levi nnaner.
llioom (leo. 11. Kdirar. Michael Cavr. Jr.. T.qa.ie
Yost, Charles Armstiong, I'. K. Vanatta.
catawissa wm. Levan, c. I'. 1'fahicr, II. II.
centre Charles casoy.
Conraila Maitln Ilrennan, It. 1. Curran.
(Ireeuwood .lohn 8. (llrtou, Thos. 8. Christian,
Oeo. W. Mntt, lMwln nell.
Iwust Joseph Ilelwltr.
Mimin Adam Miller, Thomas McMurtrlo,
orange Jacob Miultj.
line Abrem llennett.
i-oarlnifcreek Lloyd Harlg.
Sugarloaf llrucn Sutlltr, A. W. Harvoy, John
W Dtltz, A. IL Krltr.
Scott Chsrlea Lee. Sr.
Jackson Frank Pcrr.
Heaver .t. II. Martin.
llioom I'etcr Jones, A. J. Evans, Clark llrown,
M. P. Conner, 8. W. (larrlwn.
Ilrtarcreek W. John xinlih.
Catawtssa James Rubor, Lloyd I. Krelgb,
llerco creasy, Edward Moyer, Ooorgo Waters,
centralla-John Curran, J. Marsch.
centra Wm. neck.
Frank'ln C. U. seesholt?.
Flshiiecreek Norman Mcllenrr.
Oreenwood Oeorge U. Derr, Jonathan Lemon,
ouiiu. r. mwiva,
Hemlocl: Harry OroW.
Jackson II F. Frltr.. Samuel P. Heas.
Ivust Jackson CarapbelL
Madison Jacob (Urton, Allen Phillips.
Malo Jacob Kenatermacher,
Montour l, R. Hosier, Wm. Wtnterstoen.
MU P'eiHant C. 1'. (Urton.
Minim it w. uidieman.
Orimgo John Musaclman
sugarloaf IL L Davis
Scott-H. F. Rico, A.thur Ilartman.
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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 we have had.
We are determined to have what is wanted in the line ol
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Notice Is hereby given that tho Interest on all
of sa'd llonds outstanding up to Sept. 1, 1S39, will
be paid on preaentallon or the same to treasurer,
at his ofPce In moomsburg, at any time within
thirty days from sepU 1, i f bonds nro not
presented by October l.isw), tho Interest will bo
defaulted and appUed to other purposes.
Aug. 30 5L Treasurer.
C II A II C O T'H
Contains all tho vital principles ot
CERTAIN U LANDS OF HE OUINKA PIO,
so successfully experimented with by
and so purJled that its efTects areas certain and
much mora lasting than when hypodermlcally
( acM ae a stimulant, iclltiout any eubseqHenl
detirenslon. The iteoiAe tcio are tfeiwitted Urrjln In
a few minutes toeel well, as If Ihey had taken a
little cliauivayne an& Uiey eep on feeling so.
All tho functions depending on tho power and
action ot the nervous centres, and especlall of tho
spinal cord, w ero notably and rapidly Improved
aft tnotlrbt two or three days of my experi
ments. It i 033CSSIS the power of Increasing the
strength of many parts ot tho human organism.
Dr. Urown'-sequard In London Lancet,
At all drug stores; or mailed for One Hollar.
l.irrlillxIrCo., 30 Vcy HI., New Vorli Clly.
9 30-1 y.
Kstate of Harah II. Hess late of Bmon township ,
Letters test imentary on said estate having been
gran'ei totliou.iderslnodoxecutor. All persjn3
Indebted to sild est ite aro hereby notified to piy
the same, and those having claims against said
estate to present tuu same iu
A. L. Fritz,
D. J. LEWIS,
fored to tho pchool fuii'l of the district
for school purpooa. 1 ho law docs
not repeal or affect the provisions
of any evisting special law on tho
samo subject in any county or district,
Tho law is a very important one not
only to farmers but to all dog owners.
Tanner arid Tannarism.
After holdintr on to Tinner until it
was impossible to hold him any Linger,
tho President has at lat made up his
mind to tho nocessity of unloading,
and Tanner has accordingly "resigned."
Tanner has boen thus far one con
spicuous featuro of tho Harrison ad
ministration, and his career has em
bodied tho worst official scandal of
manv years. Tho man himself is less
to blama than those who havo sustain
ed and enuouiasjed bini. His charac
ter as an irresponsible blathirskile, his
utter unfitness, intellectual and moral,
for any position of trust, wero as wll
known before his appointment as after
it. His selection for tho important
place of Commissioner cl Tensions
was mado with tho definite purpose of
pleasine an influential class of voters
and in accordance with Air. Harrison's
own proclaimed policy of being "liber
al with tho boys. Ho took the Presi
dent at hw word and went to work to
carry out this policy with such extra
oruinar,' viuor that in a fow months
ho hid plunced the administration in
to an unexampled career of lawless
profligacy that threatened bankruptcy,
ruin nnd disgrace.
Hull ho was tolerated ana apoiogiz-
CHASE BROTHERS COMPANY,
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Sep. and Nov.
BY! MUM, Ml
Xeie York City.
NntifftUherehvirlvpn to all Watccs creditors I
ana oiner persona inienjaieu m tuc uituvca ui mo
resncctlvo decedents and minors that tho follow
ing administrators' executors' guardians accounts
nmht nniintv nnd will tw nres-inted lor connrma-
tlon a"d allowan'e In tao orphans' court to be
held In llloomsburir. Septomber S3, 1889, at 2
o clock p. m. or saiu aay.
No.l. Account ot Oeorge Rucle, Administrator I
nt the estate or Kiizaocm kuckio, uio m scuu i
Township, columblt Co., deceased,
N'n.5. First and final account ot Mattlo Am-
merman, admtnlstrlxot Albert Amnerman, late
ot ITshlngcrecK township col co , eocca-jcu.
No. 3. Account ot (uueon llelshUne, administra
tor ot the estate of Elizabeth lielshllne, lato of
Ilentou tewnshlp, Columbia county, deceased.
No. 4 Accoant of Aaron Uoone. Executor of Mary
E. Snyder, deceased, who was guardian ot WUUam
No. 5. second and dual account of Ooorgo N.
Dogart, administrator ot tho estate of Reuben Uo
gart, lato of Hemlock township, deceased.
No. 6. First and final account ot II. M. and H.
A. Yocura, lato ot Locust township, Columbia Co.,
No. 7. Tbo account of Wm Chrlsman, trustee
ot Deborah Harrison, deceased, for sale ot real es-
taio to pay Legacies,
No. 8. Account ot Daniel It. Johnson, adminis
trator of William Johnson, lato of tho township ot
No. 9. Account ot Mary A. Knorr, Kxecutor of
Samuel Knorr, deceased, who was guardian of
George A. Devan a minor-child of ooorgo Uovan.
No. 10. Account of L. II Rupert. Executor of Ell
Ilarton, deceased, as riled Dy Evallna Rupert,
Executrix ot L. 11. Rupert, deceased.
No. II. First and final account ot W. 8. II0S3,
administrator ot Oeorge Kelchner, lato of Centre
township, col. Co., deceased.
No. 12 First and final account of II. J. Knorr,
and Wesley Knorr, executors ot H. P. Knorr, late
ot tbe town ot Dloomsburg, deceased.
No. 13. First and final account of I. A. Hewitt,
executor of Daniel Force, lato ot FUhlngcreefc
township, CoL Co., deceased.
No. 14. First and final account ot W. F. Snvfor,
executor ot John Eggert, ot DcrwIcK, Columbia
Co , deceased.
No. 15. Account of Mary A. Knorr, executrix of
Samuel Knorr, who was one ot tho executors ot
Stacy John, deceased.
No. 10. Third and partial account of Elizabeth
S. Jackson and Mordecal W. Jackson, executors of
tho estate ot Clarence O.Jackson, lato ot the bo
rough of ucrwlck, CoL Co., dec jased.
No. t". First and final accoant of Wesley Dll
dlne, adm'nbtrAtor ot James DUdlnc, late o:
Madison township, deceased.
No. 18. Flrt and final account of Amos K. Uea
cocl:, executor of Alice K. Heacock, deceased.
No. 19. Account ot Samuel Appleman, guar
dlin ot Otis l'o.iler, a minor child ot Sylvester
realer, lato of Flshingcreck twp , deceased.
No. 2a Fourth partial account of James Mc.
Alarny, executor ot oeorge Lcnjeuberger, lalt
or tho township of Main, CoL Co., deceased.
No. 21. First and final account of John A. Hoff
man and C. . Shuman, executors ot Thomas J.
Hotlman, late ot Reaver township, deceased.
No. 22. First and final account of Jihn Lore,
guardian of Harriet L. Moijcr, late Harriet L.
cornellson, minor-child ot Ooorgo W. Cornellson,
late of line township, Columbia Co., deceased.
No. 23. Fl-st and initial account of Louis
Lowenberg and Sarah Loweoberg, administrators
of the estato of David Lowenberg, lato ot mooms
No. 21. Fourth and anal acco int ot Mows Sav
a?. ono ot tho executors of Joihua savage, late
of Jackson township, CoL CO., de nasod.
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E. 0. T
the Intorior and myself as totho polioy ej for) au, Jt Boein3 to havo been not
to uq pureuou in iuo uuiiuiiiatruiiuu ui unt,i tne Treasury statement snowed
tho Pension Bureau havo reaohod a an alarming depletion of tho balances
Btago wlnou turoaionu to emuarrcvss yuu tiat tij0 iresident could bring hunselt
to an extent which I feel I should not t0 mak0 a definite stand aaiuiit Tan
ner. Kvon now it is expressly Biatetl
that tho chango in the ollice involves
no relleotiou on hira or hia methods,
but is mado solely "in the interest of
au harmonious administration," and
oall uuon vou to suffer : and, as tho in
vestigation into tho affairs of tho
bureau havn boon completed and I am
assured, both by yoursolf and by
tho Secretary of tho Interior, contains
no redaction on my intogrity as an in
dividual or an officer, 1 herowith
place my resignation in your hands, to
tako offect at your pleasure, to tho end
that you may bo relieved 01 any lurtn
or ombarrasmont in tho matter.
Very rospcctfully, yours,
Tho President's letter accepting the
resignation is aa follows :
Wasiiinoton, D. C. Septomber 12.
Hon. James Tanner, Commissioner
Deak Sm : Your letter tondoring
your resignation of tho oflico of Com
missioner of Pensions has been roooiv
od and your resignation is accopted to
tako offect on the appointment and
qualification of your stiucessor. I do
not think it necessary iu this corres
pondence to discuss tho causes which
led to tho present attitude of af
fairs In tho Pension office. You havo
tbo extraordinary explanation is furth
er offered that thnro would havo beou
uo objection to Tanner if ho had only
kept his mouth shut as if there would
havu been no harm in his pension grabs
if thoy had not been found out.
All this consideration is no more
than Tanner is fairly untitled to under
the circumstances. It would bo very
unjust to mako hira a seapogoU when
ho was only carrying out tho promises
madj beforo election. Hut if theso
promises aro still to bj maintained, tho
dismissal of Tanner will accomplish
little, oxoept in getting a Pension Com
tutssioner who will more artfully con
coal his profligacy.
That will not satisfy tho country
very long. Tho general puliliu pro
test that lias forcod this ra'au out of
ufiiuo was not directed against Tanner,
but aga'uibt Tannerism. Tuo fellow's
brutal frankness has beou rather at-
tmilir, tlmn nilinrwinp. and it lias cer-
been kindly and fully advisod of my ta-miy 0 advantage in Butting
In The Treatment nT t'hronlr IHtnise coalloes I
his practice to sucn cases only as are so clearly and I
Mlly developed as to mako u complete ami po-ltlve I
Diagnosis wiinoui liiwaiionitis or allowing run
ems to tnake a statement or ilietr condition. On
this basis ot fugitive Diagnosis, tor treatment, Dr
Clark'8 Experience lm hiroinn utrlrily -iiillnili.
e,l by u Thirty VfiirM lruitlcc which ill pvtent,
Tiirlvty, iibiil hiiitmI'iiI revultM li I'liiuilli'tl by
lew mill excelli-il by mint'. 1'nlIenlM mil cur-i-ilbyuriliuiiry
Treutiiit'iil nr In iliiubt iih Iu tbe
unture. of ilit-lr ilNeiiKi'H INprrliilly Imlieil.
Dlt. CI.AHU originated, Teaches and rracticcs
rosttliv Diagnosis and can
BE CONSULTED FREE OF 0HAKUE
NEW YOHK CITY, at "The Iiyron Flats,"
No. 107 West !)3 Street, June 10 to 20
Sept. 18 to 23 Sept. 29 to Oct. 3 Oct.
17 to 23 and Nov. 0 to 13, '80.
IMIILADBLI'IIIA, PA., Ulni;ham llouse,
Tues lay, Sept. 17.
SUNIIUUY I'A., City Hotel, Friday and
Saturday, Oct. 4 and S.
N'JH rilU.MUKKIiANI), I'A Kirk Hi us,
Monilny, Oct. 7
OATAWHsA, I'A., Pustmehanna Uotifc,
Tuesday Oct. 8.
DUJOSlSlSrUU, I'A , Exclit.n?o Hotel,
Wednesday and Thursday, O't 0 nnd 10.
Hoi 11 Clld W4tcb.
L &at fA wiltk ! tfe world. I
. rmlU. 11 Ml T aaiiu uou
HaaUmf cam, nova uoim
ind ftntl' lst wtth worfec
1 flM I'rruin t U-
toffltkrr with r laTft aad rl-
I NnlflPlrl. iupi, mm
' tha WKtrh. mm MBd
Pret. ud kfUr to kiT kipl
nd Hatnnle- rr
special Mmlu Clolhin,
133B CHESTNUT STREET,
Opposite iuo Mint. J
ttr- Write tor samples and directions "Unw to
order by;MatL" ( Mention this Paper. )
Cream Balm I
When I say ConE I do not mean merely to
stop tin m for a lime, and Ihen have tlicm ro
turn aaai, 1 ucan A 1IAD1C.U. CUUK.
1 have mado the disease ot
FITS, EPILEPSY or
AlltcloiiR study. I WAniUNT my remedy to
Cunts the worst ense. llccauso others bavo
railed Is no reason fur not nowreccivinir a euro.
Send at once tor a treatise and a Fkbu Hottlu
of my iNFAM.rnLB Kkhedy. Give Kxprcsa
nnd I'ost Oitlrc. It costs you nothlnR lor a
trial, and it will cure you. Address
H.C. ROOT, M.C., 183 PearlSt.-NewYobk
i, i m i' ul r"T ri i rriBmi
Consult Your Interests,
By patronizing a live and
Tlic lui'iiesi 8lock,
The Most Reliable Crooil.,
Square Dealing and courteous
attention will always be found at
the OLD ESTABLISHED
f.jr til atpioM, iwirtl.tu.
l'J I IL A DK.l.l'li I A. I'A. Keko at once, no operatla
or luuuf ttuiQ (ruin buiu-nv. CauBprtdiouncwl In
curable ij utlieri wanted. buna fur C'trmlar
CURE GUARANTEED. omu"urmui.
aug dj-ly r 4 Co
How Lost! How Rogalnod,
Cold in Head.HAY-EEVER
A nartlcla 13 anolted Into eacti nostril and la
ngrcoable. l'rlce w oenta at Druggists; by mall,
reguteral, go els.
ELY BItOTIIBUS, 60 Varroi St , New YorK.
8 30 4W.
6. F. Savite,
PLUM H Kit AND
OF PURE GOD LIVER OIL
Almost os'tRalatablo as Milk.
Bo dlssalscd that It can be taken.
dlsoited, nnd aiitmllated by tli moil
It tnda i til cm. hi
9 f wooa nai in pmvyim can
- wm. w win teaa irre to ov
writi u lofktiljtlkt Ttr
MwiBC-Harhiaa mit4 tn
werl4,wtlh all Ua aluckmemU
fm. will alM aand free a comnlcU
(Una efour coatl tnd valvabia art
Jiaaiiiptaa la return ra tak idaI fo
Inaay call at your ktt,aod aflcr iZ
montbtail wttl bacon jcrnr o
Ipropanr. Tbta rrand nacalaa la
fnada aflar imt Hlnerr patcnta.
Mbtehbava rvaoiti tfora rtnia
. run oi It aold for Villi, with tha
la larhtBania, and bow aalla for
'HAU. Baat.Mroaraal.nial uaa.
ful roarktoa in Ul world. All U
free. No capital raqnirad. Flaln.
fcrtaf ioMrnetlont rtvan. 1bot whownia to naat oncacanar.
nro Vee lb ban aowinf-nachioo In ih world, and tho
imm iioaorworka 01 turn onF ! infrmmn a mrtKi,
'X'llUii.atCU.. liux 740 AukiuUi Mulue.
ii m a
i iilci rnci
Tin Roofing a Specialty.
KSTIMATKS KUHNISIIEO ON
ALT. WOUIC IX HIS LINK.
First iloorin Hlooinitbuijr Oj'oia IIousi1
vlnwn imnn moat of those matters. It
gives mo pleasure to add that, so far
as I am advisedi your honesty has not
ot any timo been called into question.
nnl T imrrto renew tho oxurcbsion of
my porsonal good will. Very truly
yours, Benjamin IIaiuhson.
Commissioner Tanner was some
what reluctant about speaking upon
his resignation. IIo, however, does
not appear to show any resentment,
but desires to maintain nothing bat
cordial relations with tho administra
tion. Ho said: "Tho President did
not aBk for my resignation nor did ho
adviso that I resign. I was assured
however, that tho investigation into
tho affairs of tho Pension Ollice had
developed nothing that rellectcd upon
mv Imncslv or mv cood intentions. I
was told if I remained in tho ofliooSeo
forth so plainly the demoralization
that Hows from tho promotion of men
dicancy that not only Tanner, butTan
uerism must go. Times,
Short Work of a Troublesome Case.
Ono day I was takeu with Paralysis
of tho HoweU. Tho stomach ami oth
er ormis lost all iiowor of action. Al-
thoiiL'h oiipoBed to proprietary inedi
cones, I tried Dr. David lvunno
Favorite Remedy, of Itondout, N,
To mako a tout; story short it saved
mv life. It is the best medicmo in the
world for dilllculties of tho kidneys,
liver and bowels.--A. J. Giffoiw,
Lowell Mass. 0-13 lm.
UNAbLE TO TELL.
Yes that was eo. For years I suffer-
enilttTB atomacli, vrhen the plain oil
rannot be toleracd and bjr the com,
blnatlon or the oil with the hypopboe
phltee U mnci more efflcacloai,
Uemirlitble u t flrsli prodnttr.
Ftrsouj gala rapidly vthlle UVIng It,
BCOTT'S EMULSION in acknowledged by
Physicians to be the Finest and Best prepa
ration in tbe world tor tbe relief and cure o!
OENER.L DEBILITY, WA8TINO
COLDS nnd CHRONIO COUCHS.
77i srral remedy for CbnjtimpHan, and
Wasting in Children, Bold ly ali Lniqglits.
retarv Noblo would iilaco his resigna- od severely with scrofula ; sores broke
tion in the hands of tho President. As out all over my body, and I mi un
tha diemeifiborment of a Cabinet is a able to tell ono half that I suffered. I
very serious thing and since tho tin- was not abio to obtain relict until I
reasonable prejudice could not bo over- used Sulphur Hiltors, whioh complete
coino, I thought it best to tender my ly cured mo.-O. B. Dalk, 17 Allston
,AaIh.!r,r. IBtrOflt, UOSWD. w-JO-Xl,
THE SCIENCE OF LIFE
A Scientific and SUnd&rd Topnlir Medical Treillie
on the Krrori ot Yooth,I'rmaUir Decline, Ncrroui
and l'bjsicii Uebillt7, lmparltiej of tne lllood.
ReialUnf; from K0U7, Vice, Ikrnor&nce, Kxceeeee or
Overuittion, KnervetlsK end anflttlnr the tlctlm
for otk, Iluilnese, tbe Married or SocUl Relation.
Aroid untklUful pretenders, roeeeas thie great
work. U contalne 500 pagee, ro jal 8to. lleanUtul
bln-linj, emboned, full cut. l'rlce only 11.00 by
mall, poitpald, concealed In plain wrapper. Illus
trative l'roapectus Vtee, If yon appl now. Tbe
distlnilsbed author, Wm. II. I'arkir, M. I)., re.
ceived the 11 111.11 A Nil J RWlil.I.KII SI i:u A I.
froiallie Nullonal Aledlral Aaaoelntlon for
tills I'KI.li IISSAV on MIHVOUH and
of Aiilitant l'listclans may be consulted, confl
drntlallf. br mall or In person, at the office of
TIIH l'liAIUMlY MKPICAI, INSTITUTE,
tio, 4 lluldncb hi. notion. ItIase.,toMhomaU
ordete for books or UlUts lor a4(Uo ebould be
directed as tuoie,
Wl cat per busbtl 85 to 1)5
Uve " " 00
flnta " " 3'J
Flour "bbl o.w
llulttr ? ?2
Eire iu m
Uair.s 13 15
Drlid Apples ta o
Bide 08 IU
Bnouldcr 9 I1
Urd por lb 10 13
Vinegar per gal UO BU
Wool per lb 85
tUIilcJ 4 5 to 7
WILLIAMS & ROGERS'
S . f . tj y
CHANGE OF BAS
BAKERS kM CONFECTIONERS,
11. Ciimmlnt.8 nnd llaonra W. Verdy lnylmr tiurcUasod tho Dnttra Uiklnirnni confiMtlonerv
business ot II. H olincr In tlie r.xclimt'o Block nnaounuo tliat after July tut, SSi, thoy wilt oanstantlr
supply the public with
FRESH BREAD, GAKIiri, r: 1 ---5?)
ROLLS, BISCUITS, ETC. )
-"OF EVERY VARIETY
KOllEIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS and NUTS.
ICE CREAM PARLORS ATTACHED.
Iirorders for parties pltulca, fintlvals, etc. aollclteJ.
Ki'ellng assured that we can plcaso wo aslc a share of publio patronage.
Ju.i0 28 '89-tf. CUMMINGS & VERDY.
A LEADING, I'Ol'ULAlt, PHAOTICAL COMMKIH IAL t-'CllOOU
Commercial, Sherthand, rnctl-.al English aai military Departments,
Presents an nppirt inlty fir sicurlnc prcpuathn fir tli.i real work ot llfj, whfli tlnmml' o
Young Men have found a stepping Ktono to HONollMlLBnnl uoN-il'Icil'itls .succi'.s. nit PkiIIu
tlon Is In a moit proiperoui euudllloi, and IH pUromio it conpisetl a i Huimlor cli s of youti;
men and women from all paiuot the euiiltneot. bend for uilit'igue and liluttratril rlrcuUr to
Aug. it 6. WILLIAMS & llotimts, lloelu-btir, N. V
Will the FERTILIZER you intend
purchasing so net upon the soil that
it produce BIG CROPS, and at
the 'same time maintain and buildup
To put price perton ahead of quality
and producing power is poor economy.
Farming profits arc too small to ad
mit of any but judicious purchases.
Alter quality, and in proportion to
it, comes price. You shall find our
Bone Fertilizers, for the work done, always as low in price as the lowest.
If yon are going to ignore quality and results, do not i:y our Fertilizes.
FOR BALK UY
DAVID LONG, MILL GROVE.
NATHAN MILLER, MAINVILLE
COME AND HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED BY
4 6. Wells, the Optician,
WHO HAS JUST COMPLETED A THOROUGHLY PRACTICAL
COUltSE AT BUCKLIN'S OPTHALMIC COLLEGE, NEW YORK.
for Examining Eyes,
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
m. -m meaw aaiHev a
Fine lino pob
lilo nnd white
constantly i n
stock, also the
Fini- wii'uh mk iitul jobbing
antn'il t givu iiatisfiictinii,
Finest lino of
wat dies, clocks,
and jewelry in
i atly tinil quickly oxtuutril. All work gunr
CARPETS and MILLINERY.
Ni-xl ilonr tn I W. Ilartranu & Son's, Mulo Kt., lllooiii8burg, I'o.
NEW CARPETS. LUost Pa'tunn in Volvet, Bo ly Tinealry mill llnifiiulf,
frrtn TiOuts. up.
INGRAIN fioii 20o up. It ACS CARPETS from 30o up. STAIR OAR
PE I'S from Uj i up. MAT TING, to clooo out for lOu up. OIL CLOTH, nil
widths nnd priui'f.
G. W. KEITER.
1889. FALL OPENING 1889.
MISS II. IS. WASLEY,
W Next door to I. W. Uartiuan& Boo. Main Bxuet - llLOOHBllUltG.