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J. K. Nttwbtniw., i EM"-
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1889.
EDMUND A. IJIOLER.
Edmund A. Hicler, tlie Democratic can
didate for State Treasurer, wan born in
Clearfield, in August, 1843. He is the
on of Hon, William llieler, Governor of
the Stato from 1852 to 1855, and United
States Senator from 1850 to 1801. Mr.
Diglcr lias always been engaged in busi
ness pursuits and never held political
office until appointed Collector of Twenty
third Internal Revenue District by Presi
dent Cleveland, July 1st, 1885. lie was
removed by President Harrison on May
81st, 1889. "
Tho Democratic nomineo for State
Treasurer is a man without n stain up
on his name. His integrity is a house
hold word wherever ho is known and
liU moral anil political virtues stand
forth prominently as examples for
others to follow. Tho namo of Bigler
ought to cause a thrill to stir tho hearts
of tho democracy, especially tbo older
portion Jof them who so woll remember
Mr. Bigler's father, tho Governor. At
tho time ho was Governor of Pennsyl
vania his brother, John Bigler, was
Governor of California. Both were
printers and self-made men, and tho
two great Commonwealths, tho "Key
stono" and tho "Golden State," wore
novcr better governed or managed
than under tho administration of tho
Bigler brothers. Hon. William Bigler
the Pennsylvania Governor, aud the
father of Edmund A., was afterwards
United States Senator at a time when
the Senate comprised many of the
ablest and most brilliant men in the
nation, and served with high credit to
himself and State.
The nominee for Stato Treasurer
has never held any public office, ex
cept tho one ho has just retired from,
that of Rovenuo Collector for the
Twenty-First afterwards the Nine
teenth district, with headquarters at
Allegheny and Pittsburg, tho duties of
which he discharged in tho most
capablo and honorable manner. Mr.
Bigler is a clear-headed, ablo man,
possessing strong common sense of the
highest order. He has been an active
Democratic worker for tbo past twenty
years and merits the warmest support
of tho party. He was a delegate in
the convention that nominated General
Hancock for President and sorved as a
member of tho National committee in
1884. Ho is a man in the prime of
life, being but 40 years old.
Let tho Democracy of Pennsylvania
resolve to elect Mr. Bigler ai they did
Col. Noycs, "Old Squaro Timber,"
Bomo years ago.
ONE UNANSWERABLE UKASON WJIT ED
MUND A. DIOLER SHOULD UK ELECTED
Letter from ex-Senator n. J. names'
Ho was pledged by the stato conven
tion, and has given his word that he
will faithfully execute tho provisions of
tho Act of Juno 0, 1883. Henry K.
Boyer has given no saoh pledge and
his party, now iu power, is flagrantly
violating that law, both in Spirit and
letter by giving "The Stato Tieasury
Ring Banks'' the interest on public
After the passage of tho Act of
Juno 0, 1883, Governor Pattison was
obliged to resort to the courts by man
damus to compel the commissioners of
the sinking fund to obey tho law. The
law was treated as a nullity till 1 884. But
let us hold Gov. Pattison responsible
for its execution for threo years and
fivo months, and compare that term
with tho one year and eleven months
of Gov. Beaver's administration as ap
pears uy tne state Treasurer a sworn
From tho passago of the law of Juno
C. 1883, to December 31, 1880, Gov.
Pattison compelled the investment of
$4,800,000 TJ. S. bonds costing 85,305,
837. These bonds would have earned
by February 1, 1892. when tho first
stato bonds fall due, $1,238,745 interest
lie also compelled the purchase of 1,
001,500 state bonds costing $2,230,542
saving iu interest by February 1, 1892
$009,117, or a total saving of $1,847,
802 by February 1, 1892, whon the first
etato bonds fall due. Tho total invest
ment by Gov. Pattison in stato and U.
S. bonds was $7,512,479.
In ono ycai and eleven months Gov-
Boaver investod in no U. S. bonds and
only $2,0G7,050 state bonds, costing
$2,211,308, "thuB saving for tho state
bywuruary 1, 1892, Sl(i0,U29. But
bo sold U. S. bonds purchased by Gov.
Pattison in December, 1887, and Jan
uary, 1888, $1,000,000, thus losing for
tho state by February, 1892, $105,333
in interest. This loss, whon deduoated
from Beaver's gains, leaves a total net
gain for Beaver for ono year and eleven
months of $295,295. That Beaver
could have dono much hotter for the
stato had ho not feared tho state treas
ury ring moro than ho loved tho people
is clearly proved.
Whon Gov. Paulson's term expired
thoro was cash iu tbo sinking fund
$958,923. By July 81,1 889, Govornor
Beaver, by refusing to invert in U. a
bonds and in Btato bonds, to a limitod
extent, had increased the sinking fund
monoy to 52,7iu,uuu. una Uov. liea
or compelled tho investment of thii
monoy in stato bonds, ho would have
saved, or tho people at leat $320,000
more. But let the peoplo remombor
this $2,710,000 is loaned to tbo '-Stale
Treasury Ring Banks" under tho guise
oi a uoposit, ana by hucii uaiiKs loaned
to tho neonle at .07 to .08 per cent in
terest, thus cnableing such banks to
make nt least $700,000 out of the
peoples money. lo recapitulate:
Pattison invested, $7,542,470
Beaver investod, 2,211,808
Pattiscn saved 1,817,802
Beaver saved, 295,290
Tins is tho difference between Gov,
PattUon, who served tho people for
threo yean and five nioatbg, and Gov,
Beaver who served tho bosses for ono
year and cloven months.
Edmund A. Bigler will servo tho
peoplo as did Gov. Pattison. Henry K.
Boyer will tcrvo tho bosses as does
Gov. Beaver. Let tho peoplo voto lor
Bigler and servo themselves, or vote for
uoyor and mako monoy for tho state
11. J. Humes.
In tho Judgeship contest last Satnr-
lay afternoon. Judces Mayer. Buoher
and Rockefeller on tho bench, counsel
for .hid (jo Molroor requested tho court
to mako an order that no ballot boxes
be opined until tho evidence is all in
and the Court has decided what votes
sro iIIulmI: that if tho ballot boxes aro
not found perfectly i-ealod permission
bo granted to reoa 11 th e persons whoso
votes have been declared illccal for the
purpose of compelling thorn to tell for
which candidate they voted.
Congitssman McOormick, of counsel
for the contestant', protested against
tho ordor as not only prerrmturo but
tnpropor. He claimed that tho num
bered ballot in tho box was tho only
ccrrect way of ascertaining how a man
Tho motion resulted in allvrlv debate.
and tho Court allowed the petition U
bo filed and will act upon it in a future
Tbo Court nllowcd tho contestants
three weeks in which to introduce their
robultal testimony, although it was
stated that they would not be able to
uo so, n tho printed testimony could
not bo obtained in time. It is possible
that tho rebuttal may be concluded by
tho cud of November.
WIIT REFORM IN THE STATE TREASURY IB
NEEDED, AND WHY TUE ELECTION of
EDMUND A. BIOLER WILL PRO
1. Because under Republican rule
taxation has largely exceeded tho needs
of tho Stato, and vat sums of money
havo improvideatly gathered into tho
2. Because Republican officials have
failed to use or invest these moneys as
the law directs, and tho Stato has lost
a largo sum, amounting to nearly one
quartor of a million dollars in two
3. Because, at tho command of a po
litical boss, these surplus funds of the
stato aro deposited with favorito banks.
corporations and firms, in sums ranging
irotn ten thousand to six hundred thou
sand dollars, to be used for his private
political advantage, end their private
4. llecauee, in these transactions, the
State has only one-half million dollars
security tor mora than two and one-
ulf ill: Jll .i j
uuu uiiiiiuu uuuars (,'ius ueposueu.
5. Because, with more than one mil
lion and a balf of uninvested surplus
in the Sinking Fund and no loans due
or reimbursable, the Republics i Sink-
ia..i n : .-: - tc i -
iu; a uuu vuiuujisBiuuurn vi wuuiu a
Renublican State Treasurer was nnn
sold a million of United States bonds
that were oarningybiirw cent, inter
est for the State, and added the pro
ceeds to tho already swollen Treasury.
6. Because, not counting the pro
ceeds of these Government bonds.
which were sold at less than the market
rate, and after these Republican officials
had purchased eight hundred and two
thousand dollars worth (par) of undue
Stato loans at a price above the then
market rate, thero remained in the
Treasury over a million dollars in
7. Becauso the Republican majority
in the Legislature refus- d to stop this
tlow into tho Sinking Fund when it
was shown to be enormously greater
than the requirements of said fund.
8. Because the sinking Fund Com
missioners, to-wit : C. W. Stone, Secre
tary of Stato; Thomas McCamant,
Auditor General, and W. B. Hart,
State Treasurer, aro all Republicans ;
and it would be for tho best intorests
of all tho pooplo that tho taxpayers,
half a million nt least in number, who
haye named Edmund A. Bigler for
Stato Treasurer, should bo represented
(in obedience to tho woll established
principlo of MINORITY REPRE
SENTATION,) in the management of
tbo moneys belonging to all tho people.
v. uocauso tne sate-keopiqg of tho
public moneys raised by general taxa
tion upon the property of the oitizens
of all political beliefs, is a matter not
of privato but of public concern, and
should not bo connected with partisan
politics, and much less bo made the
personal ard pri.ato affair of a fraot-
onat lioss ; and tho election or Mr.
Bigler would be a wise step in the di
rection of a muuh needed roform, to-
wit: M ON PARTISAN management
of tho Stato Treasury.'
A Graiid Army Review
The annual roview of the Grand
Army posts was hold in Snnbnry
on the 9th. Between 3000 and 4000
voterans wero in line, and tho grey-
I. 1 1 .1 ! -.. .1
uuireu Bomicrs, many wun empty sict-v-and
limping from their honorable
es wounds, wero oheerod nlong the line.
Twouty bands and fifteen drum corps
participated iu tho parades The city
was never before decorated so hand-
soraely. It is estimated that over 1500
peoplo wero fed by tho ladies alone at
their headquarters in the old Lutheran
Governor James A. Beaver, Hon.
Charles W. Stone, secretary of the
Commonwealth, and Thomas J. Stew
art and staff wero presont.
In the evenioc: a oamp-firo was held
iu the courthouse. Addresses wero
mado dy Governor Beavor, Command
er btewart and William U. Farnsworth
of Sunbury. Many wero turned from
mo doors unable to gain admission.
It is estimated that from 8000 to 10,-
000 strangers wero in Sunbury. Near
ly all the Horrounding towns nnd cities
within a radius ot seventy-live miles
wero represented by Urand Army post,
Noxt years meeting anu review
will be bold at bhenandoab.
lint Post and Gihnores Band took
Returns of tho recent-election from all
except ono of tho 1C8 towns in Connect-
out show that the prohibitory amend
ment received 23,015 aflinnsiiv" votes
and 50,271 negative voten, a majority
against tho amendment of 27,2 20.
Twenty-three towns, wero carrio 1 for
the amendment under the loot! option
lav. Eighty-three towns, a gain of
three, allow liquor selling within their
liroi s nnd oighty-fivo exclude saloons
In tho town elections the Democrats
gained seven towns over lat year, the
summaty being: Democratic, 03j Rep
ublican, 0(1; divided, 39.
BIIKATLKIt SHUIrZ On Tuesday,
October 8lh, 1880, by tho Rev, W T. All
man. Mr. John Bhcatler. of MadUnu Town.
ship, Columbia County, Pa., to Mrs. Klla
Bhultz (Nee Clark), of Jerneyiliore, Ly
coming Co., Pa. (Lycoming Co. papers
please copy). j
THE TOLTniBIAN AJSD DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO UNTO, PA.
It la Not Beit
to always bollevo everything that n
person tells you, hut when you hoar
that tho best blood purifier is Sulphur
inner, you oan Dellovo tt, for they
cured mo of n soverj oaso of blood
poisoning. Rev. A. Fairohlld, Now
A Buggoolon That Bayed My Lifo.
I took a tovere cold and suffered
pain through the hack and kldnoys, I
sent for a physician, who pronounoed
my oaso Gravel. A friend recommend
ed Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite
Remedy, of Rondout, N. V., and after
taking two bottles I considered myself
perfectly cured.-JolniDavies, Rochest
er, N. Y. What moro could bo asked.
The Chief Itra for the great lao
ce of Hood's Sarsaparlll l found In the
artlclo Itself. It Is merit that wins, and the
fact that Hood's SarsiparilU actually ac
complishes what Is claimed tor It, 1 what
has gtren to this medltlne a popularity and
sale sreater than that ot any other tarsapa-
Mprit Wines tllla or bl00d pwl
IVierll W1I1& ser before the pukll.
flood's Barsaparllla cures Scrofula, Salt
Rheum and all Humors, Dyspepsia, Sick
Ileadacbe, Biliousness, OTercotnes That
Tired Feeling, creates an Appetite, strength
ens Uie Nerves, trallds np the Whole JByitem.
IImH's Hanmpuilla Is sold by all drug
gists. Ill ill for as. Prepared by a LBood
k Co, Apotheoarien, Lowiu, Haas.
IU d I
Thla Hcmedr U the nerecrlDtlon of one of the
leading phrslclans of ram, France, and was used
T bin with unparalleled success for over thirty
rears. It was first given to the public as a proprie
tary medicine In 1SI8- since which time It has
found Its war Into almost every county on the
face of the globe, and become a favorite remedy
with thousands of the leading phvslc'ana. Medical
societies have discussed Its marvelous success at
their annual conventions, and after their onclal
chemists have analyzed It and found that It con
tained no opiates, bromides or other harmful In
gredients placed It among their standard reme-
L. it I1HOWH, U. V.,
S3 West Jeiw St.,
ELIZABtTII H. J, June 28. 1889.
This Is to certify that I nave used fur some
months with much s&Usfoctlon. the combination
ot remedies, for llcid&che, known as Ilrtggs'
Headache Troches The remedy cures more bead
ache, especially such as affect Nervous Women,
than anything I am acquainted with, and If this
certiorate will bo tbo means of brlnglag it to the
favorable attention of sufferers from that trouble,
i tuiuu iixi mui, i liuve uuue (.ueni a service.
L. IU IlltOWN.
PRICE; 28 CENTS.
Sold by all Druggists, or sent by Mall on lie
eclpt of Price.
Briggs' Medicine Co.,
ELISABETH, IT, J.
The undersigned having been restored
to health by simple means, after suffer
ing for several years with a severe lung
affection, and that dread disease Con
sumption, is anxious to make known to
his fellow sufferers the means of cure.
To those who desire it, he will cheer
fully send (free of charge) a copy of the
prescription used, which they will find a
sure cure for Consumption, Asthma,
Catarrh, Bronchitis, and all throat
and lung Maladies. He hopes all suf
ferers will try his Remedy, as it is in
valuable. Those desiring the prescrip-
.? 1 1 Ml . .1 1
nun, wnic:i wiu cost incm naming, anu
may prove a blessing, will please address,
Rev. fcDWARD A. Wilson, Williamsburg,
Kings County, New York.
J. R. SMITH & CO
Uy the following well known makers;
Hallet & Davis.
Can also furnish anv of the
cheaper makes nt manufacturers
prices, do not uuy a piano be
foro getting our prices.
Catalogue and Price lists
Bo sure to visit 13518 Chestnut
street, directly opposite tho U. S.
Hero vou can aeo the finnsfc
line of Clothintr obtainable. Tt
comc3 direct from tho World's
centre of Fashion London.
stylish London Mudo Full
Overcoat, the like of which you
could not equal to order under
a handsome London Made Suit
not matched anywhere, except
to order, at $25.00.
a pair of Thompson's Patent Cut
English Cassimere Trousers.
The same quality of fabrics
will co.t you 5.00 to 0.00
E. 0. THOMPSON
Special London Mado Clothing,
1338 CHESTNUT STREET,
Opposite tne Mint.
Kiuite nr Rebecca Hess late or Saqarloaf totenstttn.
Letters testamentrvoD sild entatn hivir.tr twnn
f:ranteil to the undertlgneU executor. All persons
ndebted to said estate aro hereby notified to pay
tbo same, and thewo having clams against said
estate to present the same lo
AUAMUAUS If KHZ.
A.L. Fritz, auava.
10-4 4t. Att'y. Executor.
bsuwcqj ueo. uo.vjenoergpr aeceosea.
The undersigned an auditor annnlntrul hr tlin
Orphans' Court of Columbia county to pan upon
exceptions to tho uccount ot James JlcAlarney,
executor, will elt at his omoo In llloomsburg un
cuuuuuujr ituveinu'jr oiu, inw, ui iu o ciock a. m.
when and where 11U nersons lntercsLM rin annrnr
If they de3lre.
'BOOK AGENTS WANTirO VOn'
MY STORY OF THE WAR
By Mary A. Jjivcrmore
llcrovn NrrtiTtof 41 r OUR TJURfl I'lRWit KXPKSI
FlUt 18 MK!iK" In HoipIUla, Cimpt, ndon the BattJe-field.
ho other book hu drawn to mny tern, llrirht. Pure, tnd
Good, of raftlcMcii Interest and profound pathos, tt ttlU at
mifkt lo aU. The booming ' book to wake money on now
aad for ttt holiday. fcy-Vo compttuum. TOO pagta,
plendld Nteel IMai, and old lUttle-FUce In Uomtg
olort. 61 at thousand. (CT&,00O more AgcnU i'mtel
Man and Women. lMatMe av hlndrmace, for wa 1'ajt
Jrnffhu and el?a Kxtra 3Vmu. Write for elrculari to
Al. WVttTaUattTOM efe CO., Ufttferd, Uuu
Bd Crois Diamond lirand
The enli rallaMe til 11 tor Br. ui
aura. Ladle, aak DracaHat tor tba IHa
aaad liraablD rd Billtebesaa,aeala4
vltb tluerlbbea. Takenoetaer. a4ei.
fitannal far nirtianlra uid l(1ta Tnm
I LaUea.M in utttr, bj aaalL Amu Fvptr,
Chieaetr Cnenleal Co., JdadlMa bot rhllada, l'a
WRITE AT ONCE FOK IL1 UBTRVTEU
CIUCULAR and INSTHUCriONB,
J. B. CRALLE & CO..
WASHINGTON, I), C
TO ANY MAN
Woman or Child
NOT A LIQUID OS
A nrtlcla la nnollcd into each nostril "and n
agrefablo. l'rlco&u cents at Urugirksts ; by mall,
registered, 00 els.
KLV nitOTIISltS, M "Varren St., New York.
Cares Liver Complaint, Bilious Affeo-
1 and nil delicate Feraalo Com
plaints. Sold everywhere. PrlcoSS cents.
Fragrant 1 Lasting!
The LeadlngPerfume for the Tolletand
Sold by all dealors. Price 25 ots.
0 Met only 25 ttl. Sold alldruggltti.
Will relieve Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Headache, Toothache, Sores, Burns,
Wounds, Cuts, Scalds, Backache,
Frostbites. Chapped Hands and Face,
Gout, or any bodily pain or ailment,
rUrWlANOC's flUOS. rr Gnat tobacco An.
ktPCir tittm, , o ctt,- At all UruggUt:
Willi Siiliim Hi I KmPtittpa nnlil
Great advatitavea to lxxiQnfr Kdst-bolliDtf
'IT f4KM P Vitf C U'rlm mil, iml .rut Unina nf
10 1 -d-u.
uirt tiTii inxu imiiiiauantiy cureU ly
l llll.Allhl.rillA. l'A. la'eatonre,iiooeralUMi
or luu ef lima f rum uuaiiuna. c wa prouiwmofl lu
curublo y utlwr waucii. bona for Circular,
CURE GUARANTEED, omMlZKTtix
aujrn-ljr I' 4 Co
mat efAnna Maria Ortveltng, tat 0 Scvtt Hep.
Notice ts herebr (rtren that letters of adminis
tration on Wo estate of Anna Wnrla Urovellnir,
law lot Bcqtt twp., conntr of Columbia, and atafo
of iynnajlvanla, deooafod, have boon grant! to
iteo. H. liclmcnsn-der, of Hunburr, l'a., to wliom
all Dcreona Indebted to said eetato aro requested ts
make payments, and thoso bating claims or de
mands will make known the same without delay
GEO. U. IIEIMENSNYDGK,
Kttatr 0 Sarah It. Hett tale of Benton foifruiMp,
tetters testtmentarr on said estate having been
pran'el toihoui.derslnedciociitor. All persons
Indebted to s ild est Ue are hereby notified to pay
tho same, and thow having cl.ilms against sail
estate to present tho same to
A. L. I'rlW,
I). J. I.RWI8,
JgXUCUTOH'8 NO TICK.
listats of Jacob Wenner, late of Plthlnqereek fteo
Col. Co., Ii Oecessetl,
IiPtters testaroentarv on sl 1 cstato havlnff hwn
Rrnnted to the underalirnwl exneuton. All per
sons Indebted to s ild estate aro li rby notlllod to
nay the same, an I tlioo havlncr clatm.4 ninlnnt
said cstato to presont tho same to
.IOIIN C. WUNNKIL
I.KVI WIINMKIL Kirv.nlnr9
C. B. IlARkLRT, l"ost-onico, Cambria, l'a.
Ihestockho'dcrsof the nioomsbtin? and Hnlll.
van Itallmad Compa'iy aro hereby notified and
requested to meet at the oftlco of tho company,
in the town of liloomsbunr. on Wednesday thu
zotb day of November, lstw. at ten o'clock In the
rorenoon. ror mo purpose or Toting ror or ngalait
an Increaso of tho caDltal stock and Indebtedness
of said Company. Uy order of tho Board ot Direc
U. J. CUNNKIt,
Moomsbuiy, Sept. 1C, im
Heal Estate !
lly virtue ot a writ ot Fl Fa., Issued out ot the
Court of Common Pleas ot Col. Co., Pa., and to mo
directed thero will be exposed to public sale at tho
Court House, Bloomsburg, Pa., on
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 18S9,
at 10 o'clock a. m., All that certain lot or pleco ot
land situate In the town of ltohrshurg, Township
of Greenwood, CoL Co., Pa., bounded and descrto-
as follows, to-wlt;
ilcrrnnlng at a post on Main (street, thence alone
said street south eighty and one half degrees east
six perches to a post, thence by land of heirs ot
Frederick Itohn south eighty-one und ono balf de
grees west even perches to a post, thence oy
same north eight and one half degrees cast seven
perches to the place of beginning, containing
of land, strict measure, bo tho samo more or less,
wuercon are erected a
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE
Belied, taken into execution at the suit of Wil
liam Ilogart to use ot Bnos Ilartman vs. Samu el
Bogart and to be sold as tho Jproperty of Samuel
IltKKlNO, JOHN B. CASEY,
By virtue of a writ of Ven., Ex. Issued out of the
Court ot Common Pleas and to me directed there
will be exposed to public sale at the Court House
Bloomsburg, Pa,, on '
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1889,
at ten o'clock a. m , the lollowlnif: All that cer.
tain lot or piece of ground situate in the Town ot
Bloomsburg, Pa., bounded and described as fol
lows, to-wlt : On the north by ltldge alley, on tho
east by lot of L. T. Sharpies, on the south by So.
coud street, and on the west by Centre street
containing twenty-four and a half feet more or
less front on Second street, and two hundred
and fourteen feet more or lesi on Centre street,
whereon are erected a
Framo Hotel, Barn, Bako Houso
and other outbuildings.
Seized, taken into execution at the suit of nart.
man Edgar vs. J. F. Caldwell and to bo sold as
the property ot John F. CaldwelL
Hsukixu, JOIINB. CABEV,
I. JOHN I). CASEV, llloli Sheriff of Columbia
County, commoowejltu of t-ennsylranla, do here
by make known and proclaim to the qualined
electors ot Columbia count), mat a general elec
tion will behldon
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1889.
(belnfr the Tuesday next following the first Mon
day of said montn) for th" purpose ot electing
pnooiia tvi luo luitut.iuti UUMJtrU UHlUn, lO-Wlt I
one person for Mate Treasurer of the common,
wealth of Pennsylvania.
I also hereby make known and give nollco that
tho pi ices ot holdinit the aloiesild elecilon In tho
several wards boroughs, autrltta ai.d townships
within the county ot Columbia are ai follows.
Deavcr township, at tho public houso of Slary
lienton township, at tho public nou-so of I.
Drake In tho town ol lU'nUjn.
Dcrwlck, East, at tho llttlo onice of Jackson
Woodln In the borough of li twick.
Ilerwlck. West, at the onlco of J. U. Jacoby, In
tho borough ot lierwlck.
liloum h.ut, at tho Court House, In nioomsburg.
llloom West, ttt the Court llouso. InUloomsburg,
llriarceek township, at tho public BChool Uouar
CatawlssatownslUp, at the public houso of O.
W. lielfsnyder, In the town ot Ca'awlssa.
Oentralla, Ilorough, at the public houso ot Wm,
Centre township, nt tho school housunear Ijifnv.
uonynguaru Noitn District, at tte school hous4
near thu colliery of John Anderson & Co.
Couynguara bouth District, at tho house ot Mrs.
Hshlngcreek township, at tho school houso neai
C. U White's.
franklin township, at tho Lawrence school
Greenwood township, at the bouse of I. D.
Hemlock township, at tho public house ot Chaa.
II. tnetterlch. In thu town ot Iiuck Horn.
Jackson lwp at the school houso at Waller.
Locust townshlp.at the public houso of Nathan
Knorr, In NumcUla,
Madison township, at the public school houso In
Main township, at the public houso ot Addison
Mlnllu township, at the publlo houso ot Aaron
Hess, In the town ot Minunvllle.
Montour township, at tho public houbo of
Mrs. Mary llazledlne, at Itupuru
J1U l'leasanl Uiwnalilp, at thu Mlllertown school
orange township, at 1L airman's hotel In Or
angeville. rino township, at the Centre School House,
l'oartngcreek township, at tho houso of sauiu.l
Hcott East township, at the public houso of
Joseph Kleckner, la K'spy.
Bcvtl West at the publlo house ot John L.
Crawford, In Uguuia'eu
Hugarloat township, at tho house ot Norman
Tolls shall be opened at seven o'clock a. m. and
shall continue opeu without Interruption or ad
Joumment until seven o'clock p. m., when tho
poll) will be clonal
NOTICE IS JIEBEHY (JIVKN.
That every person excepting Justices of tho
IMaceand Aldermen, Notarlim l'ubllu and Per
sons In the mllllla senlco of tho Ntate, who
shall hold or shall within two months have held
any office or appointment of prollt or trust undvr
the Ur'ied Males, or uf this Mate, and city or
corporaled district, whether n rommlssluned
officer or otuerwlsc, a subordinate officer or agent
who Is or shall be empkned under theLeglsla.
lure, jixecunvu or j uuiciury Department 0 mis
Utatu, or of any city or of uuy Incorporated dls-1
trlct, and also, that etery member ot Congress
and ot tho btate Legislature, and of tho select
or common council of any city, or commissioners
of any Incorporated distric t, tuu by law Incapable
ot holding or exercising ut the samo time the
office or appointment of Judgo, Inspector or Clerk
of any I'lectiou of this Commonwealth, mil that
no inspector, judguor other dlllcer of such elec
tion tliull te eligible to be thin voted lor.
Thu Inspectors and Judge of tho elections shall
meet at tho resi'ctivo pUcrs appointed for
holding tho election In thu ulsli let lo which they
respeclltcly belong, before sucu o'clock In the
morning, and cat! of s:ild Inspectors shall bp-
point una clerk, whosh.ill lioa iiiullih-a voter ul
Tho iiiiallitud vomrsof tlil cj'm'y aro hereby
authorized aud iulrtd lu vo'e b uaei printed,
written or p.inly prlnul ana luuly wr tt. n; ono
ticket whlcli hill be labeled MuUi, und lontaln
tne numuuf thu person voted fr lor bluto 'In us
J IIN II. CA8HV, Sheriff,
rthcrirf'sonice, llloomsburg, Ot, II, lfc-u. 1
To 1'oitltry wiM Uainn bliippure .
Duller, (Jlici-m-, Kp, llcr, (liiinc,
Hops, Meal anil Stnc!i, 1 t I t. Vrfjcte.
biff, Drosseil unil Live 1'nuiiry, I'Vulls if
nil ktntlx, IVp Coin, II m-v, B ihwux,
Qlnscn, Miiple kut:iir, Appier, Oinp',
UrunlM trle", Firs uml HUh s, Ao
K. M. HALLAUI) ,fc CO.
l'rotltice und (Jenvrul Ccinut'oii M r
cliautr, TH Myrtle Avemie,(near Wall atnnt Hut
ket.) Urooblyn, U. V. 10 l-3m.
JUST RECEIVED !
ClolSiiiig g'or Men, 1 out lis, Boys and Children,
that cannot he equalled to select from. The latest and most stylish lot of
Hats, Caps and Mens Furnishing Goods
just received that will excel all others that we have had.
We are determined to have what is wanted in the line oi
GUIIIR, HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS Al
and POSITIVELY will save you more money than to buy them in Wilkerbarre or Scranton.
As have said before our
Prices are always the lowest,
And Our MOTTO is Alwnys
I. MAIER, The Reliable Clothier.
The Largest Clothing and Hat House in Columbia and Montour Counties.
MASON & HAMLIN
Organ and Piano Co.
BOSTON. NEWYOSK. 0HI0A30.
Contains a five octave, Nine
Stop Action, furnished In a
Urge and handsome case of
solid black walnut, 1'rlco IW
cash; ulso sold on the Eusy
Hire System atlls.SI'perriuar.
tcr. for ten quirrern, when
oirin becomes property of
(, person hiring.
The Mason & Hamlin
"Stringer," invented and
patented by Mason Hamlin
In Is used In tlvj Mason 6
Ilamlln planoo exclusively,
Itemarkablo reflnement of
tone and phenoraeo.il capaci
ty to stand In tune character-
t. lie these Instruments.
rill'III.VIt KTVI.II-t OIIIIAN'- AT 324,
S'.!2.o, 110, 7S. 11(1. AND UP.
Organs and Pianos soltlur Cash, Eusu ltyments,
and Rented, Catalo-jne free.
I THE OLD REI
'"I .xi fit n"' 7., t
How Lost! How Regained,
tue onirtintp . .
,ffnJlfictnd-iUnlTd Topaltr MedicilTrtfttlae
' -"-t iw(iuiiivi gi tus till
Iteialllns from Kollj, VU, Ipiortne. Kxceun or
Atold unikiUfal prt.nrJer. l'cueii thla cret
wnrlt. It eonuin. 500 tuni, rojl ero. UtauUfLi
binding, emboued, miQlL ' I'ic. only turn hi
BilLjoitp.ld. eonceiteJ In plain wnpfier. Illui
trt e hro.ntctui i l'rer, If you apply' i. K
dliUnsnUhed aatbor, Win. II. I'arfw, u7b . ro-
id in. ioi.i Akp amvEixiiu "iuiilu
tbw l'KI.Ii KSSAV an Nliltvilim nni
S.n.!i.ht.r,f,lcln? m' b1 conanlted, conn,
dentlally, br mail or In ptnon, at th offlca of
THE I'EAIIOIIV JIIUI1IUAI, I.NbTITUTt.
''"'""h 81.. Ilo.tun. .Ha8.. to VtorSlll
ifl VUIuh iK,,u"i ur "
M ItMlJtM frnn, (11,1..
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II lima Ktiu, Mtriburr, li ,
wrllri " Lw inter knawa
n iMnn tn .t-ll lik uur n.uu
v.t.-r.l-, ) 0k ..flrr.mouif U t
lUk u orl4r Vur jlur l"
ltU4.l ery Loum 1,1,1,, Uf
5' " r I writ iy'i4.k."
MiiiM wo ktnrt VOI' in this n i li whh
ra.Urtlnjriuauvi nt M 1 imn ...... 'IT.;" "
MML. r V .-raj f -0II u , lt If U aT 1 .irv 'if .it,1
latahuk! rU will b. Jbl. k uuLli rtS"orliJ;Ai
lUtllill llu.liirriiil A II....... ... .T . VVV.,r'
l-H.pl. fi.riSi-4.acir Uiwn4iu U. ".I lr wiilT v'.i."!
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i i -ill ipi i mt
S WILIS mm FAL1L !
8TIJLES mm FALL !
WIIOLIiSALli and RETAIL
to d km i If! Crackers and MA
Orders by mail will receive prompt attention.
Ouster Za,rlors Atta.cli.eca.-
-m r.mo onri n fn7 Q no
COME AND HAVE YOUR KKE3 EXAMINED BY
4 6. Wells, the Optician,
WHO HAS JUST COMPLETED A THOROUGHLY PRACTICAL
COURSE AT BUCKLIN'S OPTIIALMIC COLLEGE, NEW YORK.
WQ BastraGJiarge MADE
fair samiilag 'Byeal
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
Fine line peb
ble and white
constantly i n
stock, also the
Fine watch work ond jobbing neatly
anteed tT give satisfaction.
CARPETS and MILLINERY.
Next iloor to I. W. Hartman & Son's, Mala St., Bloomsburg, Pa.
NEW CARPETS. Latest Patterns in Volvet, Body Tapestry and Bru.selt,
from 50cts. up. '
INGRAIN froai 20o up. RAG CARPETS from 30o up. STAIR CAR.
PE I'S from 12J i up. MATTING, to close out for 10c up. OIL CLOTn, all
widtln and prices.
G. W. KEITER.
1S89. FALL OPENING 1880.
MISS H. E. WASLEY,
'.i" Next door to I, V. Hartman & Bona. Mala Btrect . BLOOM8BDBQ.
B. F. Savits,
Tin Roofing a Specialty.
ESTIMATES FUKNISHEI) ON
ALL WORK IN HIS LINE.
First door in BWinHlurg Opera IIous
FAMOUS 15 Gent Stews-
Finest line of
and jewelry in
and quickly executed. All work guar
BLOOD, LIVER AND
Now is tho appointed tirao for
lliorougliljr clearBini tho syBtera from
nil imparilWfi. and all will find tlmL ilm
I Curtis Compound will exactly fill tho
uiii. ii iih moon the test of 22 yeari
ai.d its mien aro larger thau over, ovory
year. Price 50o. and $1.00.
Fort Sale Bv
JnnicB H. Mercer.
If Ui raitxd Ilaaltk u ,, aktalf tj
A. B. C. WHITE OATS
(A. B. O. O ATM KAL.)
XAHU.T DIOESrKll OUICXLT rnPAJUU
X UIOICIOU BKKAXrAST DIIB.
TkurMiii Ufa, vt) Ustnjn.,r0 Sa-t.
sept SI, 4w.
eomfart to th.t.cl lie t DniyyUut Uiioui A (to.H.T.
IwHHWIW nntrltbn. COUIAv tMw4iC