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COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
0. E. Elwoll, l-iii...
J. S. BlttBbWor f
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1889.
Hon. E. A. Blnlor, democratic can
didate) for Stato Treamror, will bo in
Bloomsburg on Saturday.
Among tlio decisiorm of tin' Su
premo Court filed cm Monday at Pitts
burg, was ono in tho cao of Small g.
Small, from Franklin county. Tho
question involved was whetlior, under
tho Married Woman's Property Act
of 1887 tho wifo can buo her husband
directly and in her own namo for mon
ey received by him from her separato
estate. Tho Court answers it in tho
negative. The phraseology of tho not
npon this point leaves it in some
doubt, and Judgo Mitchell says:
"This Court is led to say now, as it
has said with marked emphasis here
tofore, that so great a change in tho
polioy of tho law upon a subject that
may como homo to every household in
tho land sliou'd not rest on inferenco
or implication from general words, hut
should appear by tho explicit ana un
questionable mandate of tho Legisla
ture, and when tho chanco is made, if
at all, it should bo done in such form
as to guard against tho possibility of
injustice in regard to past transactions."
Democratic) Society of Pennsylvania.
Tho General Assembly of tho Demo
cratio Society of Pennsylvania of whioh
Chauncey F. Black is President will
meet at Philadelphia on Oct. 15, and
Tho followinc distinguished ccntlo
men are fully expected to ho present at
the Mass Meeting of tho people, to bo
held on tho ovenine of Oot. 16, at tho
"Academy of Music" Ex-President
Grovcr Cleveland, Speaker John G
Carlisle, Gov. Leon Abbott, Hoc. Win.
L. Wilson, West Virginia, Hon. Wm.
C. Whitnoy of Now York, Governors
Jackson of Maryland, and Biggs of
Delaware, Hon. W. C. P. Breckinridge
oi iiontucky, lion. Wm. L. Scott,
Hon. W. E. Russell of Boston, Colonel
ltobert I'. Uechert, lion. Unas. Krum
bhaar, Hon. W. U. llensil, Mr. Elliott
1'. Kisner, Hon. Samuel J. Randall
Hon. Robert E. Wright, Hon. Richard
Vaux, James M. Beck and other dis
tinguished gentlemen of tho great
A general invitation is extended to
all Democrats, now Is tho time to meet
feir an interchange of ideas concerning
luturo plans and purposes of this or
ganization, and to promoto a general
feeling of fraternal interest among tho
Democratio Societies, and Associations
in all parts of our state.
The Pennsylvania Central, Philada,
and Heading Kail roads, and their sov
cral connections, have consented to
sell excursion tickets to all deputies,
representing Democratio Societies, etc.
Secretaries aro requested to make
requisition upon Maior John D. Wor
man, Secretary democratio Sooiety, for
tickt t orders.
List of officers and members, with
names of deputies, should be transmit
ted to tho Secretary without delay.
From our regular correspondent.
Washington, D. C. Oot. 7, 1880.
Ex-Postmaster General Hatton has
created a sensation by printmc; in his
papor tho time, place, and even the
price, for which a list of tho questions
to bo asked at an examination held in
this city by the Civil Servico Commis
sion Was furnished to a party here.
The list was sold by an employe of tho
commission, who is a brother-in-law of
Commissioner Lyman, and to clinch
matters ho has printed a letter from
ex-Coramisioner Edgerton to Presi
dent Harrison, written last April, con
taining tho samo charge. A congress
ional investigation is now a foregone
conclusion even tho Commissioners, at
least tho new ones Messrs. Roosevelt
nnd Thompson admit that such an in
vestigation is necessary and Hatton
claims to bo prepared to provo other
things equally as damaging against
the methods that have been used by
the commission. Every ono is wonder
ing why President Harrison did not
at once order an investigation upon
receipt of Mr. Edgerton's very plain
letter. Such things will hardly help
tho Civil Service Commission in getting
lrom Congress tho largely increased
appronrlation which will bo aBkod for
at tho coming session.
There is no truth in tho sensational
statements sent from here to the of
fice that tho representations of Chili
refused to attend the organization of
tho Three Americas Congress because
thoy did not w'sh to voto for Mr. Blaine
as President Tho only reason that
Cihili was not represented was bccau?o
delegate, who is to servo with Senor
Don Varas, the Chilian minister here.
has not arrived with his own and tho
miuisters credentials, and without them
the minister although here, could not
his seat in that body. This statement
is mado by tho minister.
Washingtoninns aro out doing them
selves in entertaining tho quarter of a
million strangers now hero in consequo
nee of tho triennial Conclave of the
Knight Templars. Every ono seems
determined to show that strangers are
better treated hero than in any other
lame oitv in tho world. Tho town
as lavishly decorated as if it was in-
auguration times; our public sohools
givo holiday, and the stores and bauks
will close as tar as possiblo to-morrow,
to eniblo overyono to seo tho lareest
parade of Knight Templars that ovor
wok place, rno President lias caught
the Washington spirit and will hold a
special reception to-morrow night for
tho Knights and their ladies. The
Knights aro already enthuiastioally in
favor of Washington as tho place for
the World s Exposition of 1892 as wo
know thoy would bo.
The now Commissioner of tho Land
Oflloo holds in a decision mado a day
of two ago that a strict construction of
the law requiring an notual residence
to bo established on a homo stead entry
with in six months from dato of entry
should not bo taken in tho cases of
thoso settlers that givo ovidonce of
honest intention to comply with the
Appointments have been few, unim
portant, asido from the long list of
Prcsldontal postmasters, siuco Presi
dent Harrison camo back to tho white
Houso. Thero are probably sovoral
things whioh will account for this.
First and foremost is tho soemingly
endless hunt to find n man for Pension
Commissioner that stands well with
tho G. A. R. which tho President
greatly fears, that will take the plaoo
and promise to run the ofiico on the
lines laid down by Secretary Noble.
Thon President Harrison bad consider
able worry in connection with iho or
ganization of tho Three America's
Congress hero laU week, the foreigners
wanted to eltcl Mr. W. H. Ttcscott of
South Carolina ono of tho U. S. Mem-
era, President, hut President Harri
son objected to it becauso Mr. Trescott
was concctcd with tho lato Confndcrato
government and suggested Mr. Blalno
who was elected. Whn theso things
aro added to tho labor of getting things
in Hbapo Tor his annual messago It is
not Btrango that appointments have
born fewer than usual.
Cousid .rablo curiosity is felt here
to know whether President Harrison
will sav nnv tliintr in his messaco to
Congiess admit Civil Servico reform.
It H generally thought that ho will lot
the subject entirely n'one. The broad-
ido that ucorgo William Ciirliu, clilei
of tho Mugwump claim, poured into
him last week, was enough to caueo
him to bo silent on tho subject, if ho
had not before then mado up his mind
to let it alono.
Benjamin F. Butlor is hero trying to
get his fingcrB into tho pension pie.
Ho is urging tho President, to appoint
somo one, but who it is ho has succed-
od so far in concoaling. Mystery is
Butler's national clomont, and several
members of this administration greatly
rcsomblo him in that respect.
ocorotary i'roctor spends less time in
Washington than any other member
of tho cabinet. His largo business in
terests, and his political ambition
to succeed Senator Morrill makes his
presenco ncessary very often in
Francis Hodgson Burnett, tho author
ess, is seriously ill at nor homo in l.on
Low of Brooklyn, has
President of Columbia
Tho Prohibition Amendment was
defeated at the election in Connecticut
Tho city of Norwich, Conn, went
demooratio laet Monday for the first
tlmo in many yearB.
Samuel J. Randall is reported to be
very ill, and it is feared that he will
not bo able to return again to congress.
The Stato Supremo Court opened
its tall session in Pittsburg on Monday,
A largo number of opinions was hand
Mormons from Utah are Hooking
into Northwest Canada, taking their
plural wives wiin mem as sisters,
cousins and aunts.
Oregon has been admitted a a regu
lar dioorso by iho Episcopal Conven
tion in Now York City. It lias been
a missionary dioccee for many years.
James Joseph Bozle, an ex-prioi-t of
tho Roman Calholio church, has l.een
convicted of rape, in Raleigh, North
Carolina, and sentenced to death. IL
has appealed his caso to the Supreme
An expedition will sail from Now
York on Saturday to go to West Africa
for tho purposo of witnessing the
eclipso of the sun which occurs on
December 22. The party including
the astronomers will number twenty
five. It will be a hazardous expedition,
as tho observations will be taken in
the interior of Africa, about 100 miles
from the west coast, in a eeciion in
habited by savages, and subject to
foyers of tho virulent and fatal forms.
Mrs. Robert Ray Hamilton has at
last been taken to the penitentiary at
Trenton, and for the next two years
will wear a prisou earb for stabbing
tho nurse, Mary Donolly. She was
hystcrioal tho first nigh', and kept tho
matron awake. The report that she
had her husband again under control
was not correct, as his suit for divorce
is going on in Now York. It is to be
hoped now that the na-no of this notor
ious woman will no longer rill tho news
papers. The New Stato Eleotions.
It is now settled that the Democrats
of Montana have elected Toole Gover
nor by about 800 and a majority of
seven and probably nino on inint bal
lot in tho Legislature, thus securing tho
two united states senators. The Rep
ublican select Carter to Con cress bv
about 1,200 and the other Stato officers
nro divided between tho two parties,
uui mu ex aco proporauon to eacn is
not yet ascertained. The Republican
majority lor Uartor lor JJelegato to
Congress last November was5,12G.
Washington has oloted an entire
Republican Stato ticket and Congress
man by from 0,000 to 7,000 majority
with a large Republican majority in
the Legislature that will elect two
United States Senators. Tho Republi
can majority in Washineton for Dele,
gate to Congress last November was
JNortli .Dakota has elected tho ent re
Republican State ticket and two Con
gressman, by from 8,000 to 10,000
majority, and a targe majority of the
Legislature that will elect two Senators
iho Republican majority for Delegate
to Congress last November was 11.480.
South Dakota has elected the entire
Republican State ticket and two Con
gressman by from 12,000 to 15,000
majority and a largo majority of the
Logislaturo that is to elect tho two
new senators. Tho Republican malor
ity for Delegato to Congress last
November was 14,507.
Iho sum total of tho Ootobcr elect
ion in tho four now States is tho Re
publicans about holding there own in
tlireo of them, and losing Montana
where thoy had a largo majority last
Tax Uolleotor's Law Unconstitutional,
An important opinion was ronderod
by Judgo Archbald in whioh ho de
clared the Act of Juno 25, 1885, pro
viding for tho election of tax collectors
in boroughs and townships unconstitut
ional. Tho caso came up on a rule to
show cause why tho County Commiss
ioners should not bo compelled toissuo
to Thomas J. Jordan of Olvnhant.
Mr. Jordan was elected tax collector
for that borough. He aualifiod. tiled
his bond and took tho oath of ollioe.
Then ho demanded tho duplicate of
county taxes from tho County Com
missioners. They refused to deliver it
to him, claiming that tho Act of 1885
was unconstitutional, and he the re up
on oommencod proceedings, Scranton
It I Not Best
to always bolievo everything that a
person tells you, but when vou hear
that tho best blood puriflor is Sulphur
Bitters, you oan believe it, for they
curod mo of a severe case of blood
poisoning. Rev. A. Faircbild, New,
A Suggestion that Saved My Lifa.
1 took Q severe cold nnd millWcul
pftln through tho back and kidneys, I
sent for a physician, who pronounced
my caso Gravel. A friend rr.cntnmr.nii.
Dr. David Itntinnlo'ii liVcnrifi
Remedy, of Rondout. N. Y..
taking two bottles I considero 1 myself
pel colly curcd.-John Davlcs, Roohcat
Or, N. Y. What more could lin nuked.
The Chtrf Ilrn.on for the great iuo
cess of Hood's Sarsaparilla Is found In the
article Itself. It Is merit that wins, and the
fact that Hood's Sarsaparllla actually ac
complishes what Is claimed for It, Is what
has given to this medicine a popularity and
sale greater than that of any other aarsapa-
Merit Wins Ur.brpuPhnc:
Hood's BarsaparlUa cures Scrofula, Bait
Rheum and all Humors, Dyspepsia, Sick
Headache, Biliousness, overcomes That
Tired Feeling, creates an Appetite, strength
ens the Nerves, builds up the Whole Bystem.
Hood's Smnn partita Is sold by all drug
gists. l;lifor5. Prepared by 0, L Hood
b Co., Apothecarle, Lowell, Hut.
is especially call
ed to tlic sale om
and Wool Dress
Goods ou Friday
and Saturday on
this week sit our
I. W. H ar tin a n
Prevents Lung Fever !
Cures Distemper, II cares, Glanders, Loss
cf Appetite, Founder, Foyers, &c
lib. in each package. Sold by all dealers.
Regulates the Bowels I
Sold by all druggists. Price 23 cents.
For tho euro of
and for tho relief of SJ 3 S Pfc
CMrt fT S C'JSCB CIOAHETTCS for Ca-
CMf r.J (1,rt PrhalOCtt. Mall drucqtats.
'lliousaJitls tiavd bfcu Deimaiieiitlv mi-ci i.v
1M 1 1 1, A UEI.ril l A . l"A . Ea.se at once, no operation
curable jj olher wauled. beua (or Clrrnur.
aug -8-ly l Co
BttaUQf Oeo. Lowjetiberger Oeceated.
Tho undersigned an auditor appointed by the
Orphans' Court ot Columbia county to pass upon
exceptions to tho account ot Ja-nes McAlarner.
executor, will Bit at his omoa In Illoorasburg un
Wednesday NOTOmber eth, I'm, at 10 o'clock a. m
when and where all persons Interested can aprear
This remedy Is the porwrlntlon of ono o(
leading phTslclans of I'arls. Prance, and was used
or him with unparalleled success for over thirty
yearn, It was first given to tho puullo a) a nroDrt.
lary medicine In IMS- blnce which lime It has
found lu way into almost every county on the
face of the globe, and become a favorite remedy
with thousands of the leading phjuiclans. Medhal
bwiuuci, ubto uiscua.-ttx. iu, uiarveiou. success at
thalr annual conventions, an 1 utter tho'r o tidal
U1CHH3IO uftvu uuitijtDu ii uui lounu mat it con
talned no opUUM. bromides or other h irmtul In
t among tneir standard reme
L. It UllOWN, M. 1)
K3 West Jersey St.,
Prt,ll..ll a! T l.tnnmj DWI
This Is to certify that i 'nave uscii for' some
uiuuius wuu mucu sausiaciion, ino comuinauon
ui rviueuieg, mr ueaujxue, Known as iiriggs
urwiiwuu iiuuen. iuo roomily cures more ueau
ache, especially such as affect Nervom Women.
than auythiug I am acquainted with, and It this
certificate win he tho mean of bringing It to the
mvurauiu uiieiniuu ui sunercrs rom mu irouue,
i snail iix'i inai i nave done tnem a service,
L. H. UUOU'N.
PRICE; 26 CENTS.
Boll by all Druxguts, or sent by Mall cn He
celpt ot I'rlcc.
Briggs' Medicine Co.,
ELIZABETH, II. J.
rrrinaiieiU liUlont Guaranteed,
WUh Salaru ana Entente 1M.
Oreat adrautagei to U-glanom. Kat belllnif
IMClaltleH. NoeipjrUmo uoeaeil with ui OU'f
KIT MINT V'ltKtt. Write quick and vet choice of
oif aire. iNaiui tula iwr.
:il MUiUKitiKi), itocuester, N. Y,
Bo sure to visit 131,8 Chestnut
street, directly opposite the U. S.
Hero you can seo tho finest
lino of Clothing obtainable. It
comes direct from tho World's
centre of Fashion London.
a stylish London Made
.. .i.i it i 11
overcoat, mo nue ot wiucli you
could not equal to order under
a handsome London Made Suit
not matched anyvvhero, except
to order, at $25.00.
Thorn nann'H Pi
a pair ot Tnompsou s
ho same quality
will co?t you $5.00
1. 0. THOMPSON
Special London Mado Clothing,
1338 CHESTNUT STREET,
t Opposlto tho Mint.
Estate ot Daniel Brewer, lato ot Pino Township,
Columbia County, deceased.
Tho undcrelgnedTrnsteo appointed by the Or-
phans' court of Columbia Connty, to make silo of
tho real estate of Daniel Drawer, lato ot said
County, deceased, will expose at publlo sale on
THURSDAY, OOTOBEIl 17, 18S9,
at ono o'clock In tho afternoon ot s lid day, tho fol
lowing described real estate, to-wit !
All that certain tract ot land situate In l'lno
township, Columbia County boundod and descrlb
ed as follows: Ileglnaln? at a stono and post
corner of Ellas Mendenhall's thenco along tho
same south 72 degrees and 37 minutes East, 311.5
perchestoajtost.thenoonort'iiaif degrees East
11.3 perches; thenco along land of I). L. Everhard,
north 11 degrees west, 49 3 perchs'to a post and
stone j thenco north 22. J( degrees west, 553 ,S
perches to a post and stona ; thenco along land of
Mark Andrews, north 15 degreei anl II minutes
west 95 perches to a de.il white pine, thence by
lands of Aaron Keller, South l9Vf degrees west
J.1.5 perches to the place of beginning, containing
and 70 perches of land bo the same more or less,
about 00 acres cleared land, and tho ba'anee is
well timbered with good hemlock and pine, on
which Is erected a two story
a Log Darn, and other outb Hidings, also n good
spring of water at tho house, also a stream of
water running through Iho place.
Terms or sals. Onc-toii'th of tho purchaso
money to bo paid at tho striking down of tho
property; one fourth at the condrmitlon of tho
sale; tho remaining half In one year thereattcr,
WM. KASS WEST,
Sept. in, 1809. Ttnsteo.
Kstate ofiwtiecca Hess Uite of Swjarloaf loicmhlp.
lltera testatnentrr on s ild estato lnvlr.ir been
granted to theurderslgpod executor, All persons
iDdcbttxl to said estate aro hereby notltliM to piy
the same, and thoie having clalns a .-mint said
estate to present the same to
A. L. Fritz, Guava.
'HOOK AOKNTS WANTED POII
STORY OF THE WAR
By Mary A, Jjmermove
Ilrrovtt NtmtlTCuf "lOUR 1F1RS riRM)lI, FXPFBJ.
till 1 M llSk"la HoiptUIi, Ctinp, an don the llattle-fleld.
No other book hu drtwo w muy tern, liritht, inire. ud
Good, of mtrhlei ioterett and urofound pathoi, M$IU at
(M to all Th booming" boot to make money on now
and for ih holldaji. GzTXo compttitton. TOO rP.
plcndid Kteel I'Jaica, and old lUttle-Flaca in iwintf
colon. flt thovxtml. CC"5,00O Diort Agents Wanted
Un and women. lHatanre bo hindrance, for wo i'uy
JfftfhU aad rirt Krfra Jtrmi. Vrlt for circular to
JL it, WVUTIUAUTUN Ji Viv llartrord. Coma.
1 1 mm i so.
Thousands of people will at
tend the Fair at JJloomsburg
this week. We extend aa invi
tation to all to come and examine
our stock of wall paper and win
dow curtains. Wchave just open
ed a fine lot of curtains. They are
entirely re 7 in design and of
We are also headquarters for
school books and stationery. We
strive to have in stock the" vari
ous text books used in the
schools of the county and sell
them at tho publisher's prices.
Come and see us. If you have
any packages you do not wish to
carry around with you, leave
them with us until you aro
ready to go home.
W. H. Buookk Ss Co.
Exchange Building, Bloom, Pa.
Itcd Cross Diamond Uraud.
Th anlv rllbU rill far ul. Kf ul
art. l,dif. kU lruUL roritialll.
Kion4 llntadil rd DiailllatosM,Mkl4
vliatiluartbtwa. Takoaoolher. Head -la.
OUrnpi) for partloulara aul l(ellef fur
I Indira," M Mr, ly malL Aum ivptr,
Cklkcatcr Ckemlcal Oo Madiaea lq.t i'hllada, l'a.
W1I1TB AT ONCE KOU If. UTHATKD
OIltC'UI.AIt Rnn INSTUUOl'IONS,
J. B CRALLB & CO..
WANIIINtiTONi I, C.
TO AN V. II AN
Womnu or Child
UOT A LIQUID OB
A particle la applied Into cacu nostril Zani la
agret-able. l'rleu bu cents at Urut'Jbta ; by mall,
riglattrod, 60 ctl.
liLYliUOTllKUS, WVarrenSt., Now York.
ujom kfflUtod. L.TAlrr lllta, UMi
I I - IK
JtitaU of Anna Maria Crtwltng, late of Scott ftrp.
Notice li hereby given that letters of adminis
tration on the estate ot Anna Maria Groveling,
lato of ficott twp connty ot Columbia, nnd stato
OT I'cnnsylvanla, deceased, havo been granted to
Coo. n. ltelmensnydcr, of Hunbury, I'a., to whom
all tietsons Indebted to Bald estate are requested to
make payment, nnd thoso having clilms or do
manda will make known tho same without delay
ko. n. imiMr.NSNVDKii,
KitaU of Sarah 11. Ileus tatu of Remon totenshtp,
Letters tcsUmonlary on Bald estato hivHg boon
f;ramol toihoundersunedcxecutor. All persons
ndebted to stld r-stttc nro horeby notinod to pay
tho simo. nnd thoso having claims against sail
estato to present tho simo to
A. L. Fritz,
!..). LEWIS, .
CUTOIl 8 NOTIOK.
h'ttatf of Jacob Wrnrwr, late of l'ltlitngcreek Ml
CoU Co.t l'a,, drtSMWcl.
Letters testamentary on sil 1 estate having been
granted to tho undersigned exeoutors. All per
sons Indebted to slid estato aro h T-by notlllod to
par the same, an I tlioso having claims against
said estato to present mo same to
C. B. IUHKLKV,
1-ost-omce, Cambrii, Pa.
Tho stockho'ders of tho Moomsburg and Sulll
vnn Itallrond company aro hereby notltteil nnd
requested to meet nt tho omco of the company.
inineiownoi itionmsourc. on v,eantsuay uiu
20th day of November, 1689, nt ten o'clock in tho
forenoon, for tho purpose: of voting for or against
an Increase ot tho capital stock and Indebtedness
of said Company, Dy order of tho Hoard of Direc
tors, II. J. CONN EH,
Moomsburg. Bept. te, 1S80.
Heal Cslate !
Ily virtuo of a writ of PI Pa., Issued out of the
Court of Common rioas ot Col. Co., ra , and to mo
directed thero will bo exposed to publlo sale at tho
Court House, moomsburg, Pa., on
SATURDAY, OCTOI5UU 19, 1889,
at 10 o'clock a. m., All that certain lot or piece ot
land sltuato In tho town of ltohrsburg, Township
ot Orcenwood, CoL Co., Pa., bounded and descrlb
as follows, to-wlt:
flep inning nt n post on Main Street, thenco along
said street south eighty and one half degrees cast
six perches to a po3t, thenco by land ot heirs of
Frederick ltohn south elghty-ono and ono half de
grees west seven perches to n post, thenco by
samo north eight and one half degrees east seven
perches to the placo of beginning, containing
of land, strict measure, bo tho samo moro or less,
whereon are erected a
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE
Seized, taken Into execution at tho suit ot Wil
liam llogart to use ot Itnos Ilartman vs. Samu el
Uogatt and to be Bold as tho property of Samuel
IUurino, JOHN B. CASEV,
By virtuo of a writ ot Ven., Ex. lued out of tho
Court of Common l'loas and to mo directed thero
will be exposed to public Balo at tho Court IIouso,
Uloomsburg, l'a., on
SATURDAY, 00T03ER 19, 18S9,
at ten o'clock a. m , the tollowlnj : All that cer
tain lot or plcco of gr Jund nltuate In the Town ot
Uloomsburg, Pa., bounded and described as fol
lows, to-wlt : On the north by lll lgo alley, on tho
east by lot of L. T. gliarple i, on the Boulh by so
cond street, nnd on the west by Centre Btreet,
co talnlng twenty-four and a hilf feet more or
leas frout on Second street, and two hundretl
and fourteen feet more or les on Centre Btiect,
whereon are erected a
Frame Hotel, Barn, Bako Houso
and other outbuilding.
Seized, taken Into execution at tho suit ot Ilai t-
tnan Edgar vs. .1. p. caldwell and to be sold as
tho property ot John V. CaldwelL
1UKRIM1, JOHN B. CAHEY,
I. JOHN II. CASKY, lliuli Miciirr ol Columbia
County, corumo-iwe itu ot it-nnsylv.inia, do here
by inukn kitown -Hid pro-.-lJlm tn tin quilmi'd
ch i lora of Columbl.1 county, that a general elec- I
. 11UII Ut UDU II "II
I TUESDAY, NGVIMBSfl S, 1889.
1 (belr.Ktlie Tu(sliynixtfol'owlii2tlie flrtt Mon
day 1,1 a-ild imiiitti) fir tli- f-uioso uf electing
perion') fur tho (clla.tn nain-d u.11-a;s, to-ivlt :
wc.ilili cl IVnnsjlvai.la.
I also liereby in ikeKu iwn and Blvi noilre lhat
tho pi ni-s ot Holding the am-esiu eli-cilon In tlio
several waidt, IimouitIih, nlt-.trl ta u ud tonnsldps
within the county ot Columbia aio at toilows,
llaaver township, at tlio public houso of Mary
liouton township, at tho public nouso ot I.
Drato In thu town ot Ucnton.
Berwick, East, atthollttlo ortlcoof Jackson
Woodln In tho borouKli of 11 rwick.
Berwick. West, at tho onico of J. G. Jacoby, In
the boiough of Berwick.
Bloom host, at tho court House, In niobmsburg.
Bloom West, at Iho Court IIouso. InUloomsliur;?.
Urlarcicek township, at the public school house
near Kvansf llle.
catawlssa township, at tho publlo houso ot (1
W. itoifsnyder, lu i he town of caiawlaso.
OentulU, Horougli, at tho public nouso of Wm.
Centre township, ntthe school houso near Lafay
Conyngliam North District, at tho school hou3t
near tho colllciy of John Anderson Co.
conyngham boutli District, at the houso of Mrs.
Flshln&rcrecktown8hlp, at tho school houso neat
C. II White's.
itanklln township, at tho Lawrence school
(Ircenwood township, at tho liouso of I. D.
Hemlock township, at the publlo house of Chas.
II. Dlettciich, In tho town of Buck Horn.
Jackson twp., at the school houso at Waller.
Locust township, at tho publlo houso ot Nullum
Knorr, in Numedio.
Maillson township, at the publlo school houso In
Malu township, at tho publlo houso ot Addison
Mimtn tiwtiahln nt Ilia tultllf limiurt nf 1 n r,n
Hess, in thu town of Miminvlllc. I
Montour townshln. ut thu nubile houso of
Mrs. Mary llazledlne, at Itupert.
MU i'leasant township, at tho MUlertown school
orange townslilp, at It. airman's hotel In Or
l'lno township, at tho Centra Si-hool House,
I'oarmt;crcck towushlp, at tho houso of bauiucl
Hcott Kast township, at the public houso of
Joseph Kieckner, lu Kspy.
Hcutt Wist ut thu publlo houso of John L.
Crawford, In Ughuiireet.
Bugarlout township, at the houso ot Norman
rolls shall be opened at seven o'clock a. m. ard
shall contlnuo open without Interruption orad
Journmeut uut 1 seven o'clock p. in., when tho
polli will be closed.
.VOTICJK IS IIKUUIIY (JIVHX,
Thatuvery person excoptlns Justices of tho
Peace and Aldermen, Notaries Public and Per
sons in tho mllltla sen leu of the state, who
shall hold or shall within two mouths Have la-Id
any onice or appointment of pruilt or trust undvr
theUr'ted Mules, or of this htate. and city or
corporated district, whether a eiuumlshioned
ortlccr or otherwise, a subordinate olilcer or a jeut
w.io Is or shall bo employed under UioUkIsU
ture, Executive or Judiciary Department of this
Mate, or ot uny city or ot uuy fucorporalid dis
trict, nnd ulsu, thut eery member of congress
and ot tho btuto I-enlslaturo, and ot the select
or common council otauvcuy.or commissioners
ot any incorporated district, ure by lawlneuiuWo
oi uoiuiug or oxerctsiuk' ui iuu-sauie tune ine
oniceoraiitijlutinontof .ludfc, Insix-ctor or Clerk
ot any election ot tills Comiuunweallh, nnd that
no Inspector, Jud'-e or other otilcer of such elec
tion tlull boellljlble to be then voted tor.
The Insiiectors till i JuJ-o ot thu elections shall
moet at tlio resiKctno places nppointod for
holding the election lu tho distill t to which they
respectively lielong, ut-fuiu seven o'clock In the
morning, and each of said luspector-i shall ap
point ono clerk, who olull Iw u ciuallliud voter of
The iiualltled votcri of thU county aro Inreby
nulhorUod and reipilnd to vo'u by tl kit printed,
written or pi" ly printed an I pirtly wr tl u; ono
ticket widen th ill tie labeled Mate, and contain
tue name of the person voted f ir for buto Trias
urer. J IIS II. CAHKV, Miorltr,
hherirr a O.ll ;o, liloomsbuig, Oct. .1, lb-0.
To I'iiii'tv wilil fiiiii" Sli pior".
Duller, U.ioi-sh, Kggn, lioaic, Came,
Hops. Meal mill Ut m-k, I'utitnts. Yigeto
We, Dri'sscil unil Live Poiilire, Frills (if
all kintU, l' Untn, U uhv, B-itwar,
Gloscn, Mupio -uar, Apple", tliapci,
Cranbt-rrli's. Fun Htitl Bklnu, &c
15. M- HALLAUI) & CO.
l'rojucu uml O'Micntl Cumin Ion Mer
clianl, 7S1 Myrllo Avt-n'io,(uear Wall abnut Mat'
kct,) Brooklyp, N. V,
JUST RECEIVED !
JUST RECEIVED !
CfloiBaiBig- iTob Men, Youths, Boys and Children,
that ennnot be equalled to select from. The latest and most stylish lot of
Hats, Caps and Men's Furnishing Goods
just received that will excel all others that we have had.
We are determined to have what is wanted in the line of
and POSITIVELY will save you more money than to buy them in Wilkerbarre or Scranton.
As have said before our
prices axQ always th,e lowest,
Anil Our MOTTO is Always
The Largest Clothing
Viewing, a Bid
MASON & HAMLIN
Organ and Piano Co.
BOSTON. NEW YOItK. CHI0A30-
Contains si Ave or tave, Nine
stop Action, furnished In a
'argo nnd handsome case of
solid Hock walnut, l'rlco 'J
cash; also sold on tho Easy
Ilho System ati2..i7perquar.
ter. for ten quarter, when
o-gin becomes property of
The Mason II a mil n
".S t r 1 n g o r," Invcn'ed and
patented by Mason & Hamlin
In 'ssj, Is used In tin Mason
Hamlin planoo excluIvely.
Hon-arkabli icllnctnent ot
tone and phenomenal capicl.
tv to stand In tune clnractcr
Ue thovj lustrum',nts.
I'lll'III.Mt STVI.l'.t OltliVN'S AT "'.
h3 .,(, (II), 73. 11.1. AND UP.
Organs and Flanos suldfur Cash, K.isv Payment,
and Rented. Culalojue free,
U 2" d 4t.
iii XsjRY n I
how Lost! HowRogalnod,
l n E KClFMnr f-i rr icp
r4c,,l.itII,W 1 Pn' MdlcalTrftl
i?hrrof ' ' YoUi,I'remtur. DUn., Nervuu.
nd I'ovilcal Deblhtr. lmDnrltIc ot th'i!inV.,i
inn iriTin r f -mi'i-in i -f i
1 1 iiuuni: rrom roily, Vlc, Ignorance, Kxcuaca or
ytrruistloB, Knerritlnr tnd nnnttlne the victim
f"iSfk USf,1,'Je;,i tlMri.dor8ocTM KeUtloS
-nA.Ild,?1"1"1 ul Pretenders. I'oisea. Uil.prcit
work. It contain; sou prei, royal 6vo. lieaJuful
blndint. embossed, fulf put.' l'rlco only ll.oo by
rnaU, postpaid, concealed In plain wrapper. Jlloa.
tratlve I rosMdua l'ree, if you apply now. The
dlstlnjnlshed author, Wm. II. rartw, Mi . re
ceived m. (ini.ii ani jp.wki.i.i;i lit
! "IZU UHSAY on NCKVUIW and
SShiUi" Jhyf.,cl"fma' b0 consulted, tontt.
dentlally, by mail or n peraon. at the offlce of
THK 'KAMIIUY JIIIUHCA I, INSTITUTE,
' oritur. fn it,. Vi.t. M?wn'!IP1'
, directed .as above. " ,aou"1
Auninc f""""h"- !'
Wat Wurk un a lam. f...
f O ft iriijiilhi I now liiv n irinry
it h V AlUu 4 C i) dlbunu mixJ liuUI).
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")) W. II.UiUKHUM.
Williani Kliur, HarrltUnr.
wrin " Itavit ncvi-r knuwli
aiiiliiis to nil Ilka y.juralUiui,
Vy ma otr t:, w, J, Ki.
mur, Hauyor, Ma., Hilieai '
aa an otuvr for )o.ir album at
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jwt liaca hot aimia ylta .
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a.(..iUrg nai d of y lu ntyurt .ilia ...ui.im Ifyqu
Uka bold ym will bf obit ft (.Kk up ..Oil fd.t. or-If vial-.
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. WHAT I SMAJ.I n
ITS, CAPS, TRUES AND
MAIER, The Reliable Clothier.
and Hat House in Columbia and
v,- 1 ff:fiS. -c5-'Nc3-'
WHOLKSALIi and RETAIL
.ui Ben m$
OrJers by mil will receive prompt attention.
037-ster jPa-rlors tta.cl2.ed.
M rnnr. r onrl m In- n n-m q FAMOUS 15 Cent StGWS-
COME AND HAVE YOUR Ei:E3 EXAMINED BY
I. 6. Wells, the Optician,
WHO HAS JUST COMPLETED A THOROUGHLY PRACTICAL
COURSE AT P.UCKLIN'S OPTII VLMIC COLLEGE, NEW YORK.
N.O BxtraQIiarge Mill
mr Bsamiiiag Byes,
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
Fine line peb
ble and white
constantly i n
stock, also the
Fino watch work and jobbing neatly and quickly executed. All work guar
anteed to givo satisfaction.
CARPETS and MILLINERY.
Next ilonr to I. W. Ilartman & Son's, Main St., Illoorasburg, Pa.
NEW CAKPE I'S. Latest Patterns in Velvet, Body Tapestry and Brusseli,
from SOcts. up.
INGRAIN fro ii 20o up. RAG CARPETS from 30o up. STAIR OAR.
PE 1S lrom 12 j up. MATTING, to close out for lOo up. OIL CLOTH, all
widths and pricee.
G. W. KEITER.
1S89. FALL OPENING 1889.
MISS II. E. WASLEY,
W Next iloor to I. W. Ilartman & 8ons. Main Btrect - BLOOMSBURG.
Tin Roofing a Specialty.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
ALL WORK IN HIS LINE.
First door in lJloomsburg Opora House.
MMR FAL1L !
MM FALL I
' anA T2otj.
Finest lino of
and jewelry in
BLOOD, LIVER AND
Now is tlio appointed tlmo for
thoroughly clcansinc tho system from
all impnrititH, and all will And that tho
Curtis Compound will exactly fill tho
hill. It ha-i Htonij the test of 22 years
and its cales aro larger than ever, overy
year. Price 50c. and $1.00.
For Sai.k By
Jnmcs H. Mercer.
U Us Wild H.allk aa K....H1-, akttlt !
Ualle4 ud Crmahad
A. B C. WHITE OATS
Till BUT ORAINS-BTKAU COOUn-UOIT
(AtaT DldKSTKI) - OUICKLT PHJtl"A.iUU
X UtLlClUUa DRlAILriJT viau.
I lr All OnurttHl fcf ttfla.
sept si, w.
Thaenty suraUurarorOoru. Btou. iln. lCamrrs
comfott to Ui. tl ot. ISO, at UruyaHU. UuoulACo.,tl.t,
I OohkF MroiwI.ltU. Actinia. IftdLr tiUOl I Vim
b QINQER TON IP t.fi
lam wojrhL CAAaiA an.