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P f ROYAL KSMIJ
This powder never varlot, A marvel ot purity
strength and wholcsomcncss. More economical
ban the ordinary kinds, and nnot bi sold In
ompitltton with tlio multiumot low ton, short
weight alum or phosnhaf wdors. Sold only (n
cam. Hot al Buno Voir 106 Wall St,, N.Y.
rvrubllshcd ovory Friday. Subscription price,
11.00 a year.
Kntercd at tho l'ost omco at Bloomsburg, la
as second class matter, March I, li-88.
COUHICT miLUOliTTKl TiUlR.
Trains on tho P. & It. It. It. loavo import lb
7:3: a. m. 11:03 a. m.
3:31 p. ra. 633 p. in.
Trains on tho I). L. fc W. 11. li. loavo Bloomsburg
7:11 a. m. 8:33 a. m.
10:51 a. m. 13:00 p. ra.
2:35 p. m. 4:19 p. m.
e:S8 p. m. .8:47 p. m.
Tralnsontha K. SW. 11. Kallwaypass llloom
Perry as follows t
10:48 a. m. 18:37 p. m.
CM p. m. 4'30 p. m.
;10:48 a m 6:39 p m
BLooMsnnua s sullivan uailhoad
Taking ortoct MONDAY, SEPTEUBKlt 2, 18S9.
Ar. Ar. Ar. Lv. Lv. Lv.
STATIONS, r. H. i. M. .M. A.w. r. m. r. M.
BlOOmsJUrg,.. 0 S8 11 48 7 01 S 35 i 35 6 40
Main street 0 18 11 41 6 58 8 43 3 4J 47
Irondale 16 11 30 6 56 8 45 2 45 6 60
raperMIll 6 03 11 31 6 48 8 Mil W 7 00
Llghtstreet 6 03 11 S3 0 4.1 8 611 3 50 7 0.1
orangevlllo 5 57 11 SO 8 35 9 0.". 3 07 7 10
KorkS 6 45 11 10 fl 31 9 15 3 17 7 20
Zaner's 5 43 11 00 0 21 9 20 3 20 7 23
Stillwater......... 5 37 11 O! 0 17 9 25 3 25 7 2S
Benton, - 6 28 10 ra 6 10 9 31 3 3.1 7 35
Edions, 5 23 HI 60 6 07 9 3d 3 37 7 33
coloi Creek 5 20 10 45 0 05 9 38 3 40 7 40
Bugarloaf, 6 IS 10 43 6 03 9 43 3 n 7 41
Laubachs, B 12 10 40 6 00 9 47 3 4S 7 47
central,.: 6 0:1 10 u 5 53 9 67 3 58 7 57
Jamison city.... 5 00 10 30 5 w 10 00 4 00 800
Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar
r. u. a. is. A. u. a. M. r. m. r. m.
Oct. 29. Charles C. Evans, nirent, will
Bell four tracts of real estate In Hnarcreek
township, near Ash's mill, at 10 a. m.
Nov. 9. Jullft A. Barklcy, executrix of
Joseph E. IHrkley, will sell valuablo real
cstato in Hloomsburir, at 9 o'clock. See
Nov. 9 John C. Wcnncr, acting exe
cutor of Jacob Wcnner, deceased, will sell
personal property 011 tho premises of dece
dent, in FishinRcrcck at 1 p. m., horse,
cow, buggy, harness, tools, &c.
Nov. 14. Tho administrator of Mary A.
Brlttaln will sell real estate in Berwick and
also in Briarcrcck. Bee advertisement.
Nov. 14. 0. 0. Evans, Committee of
Margaret J. Brlttaln, lunatic, will sell real
cstato in Briarcrcck. See advertisement.
Fob Balk. A cellar hot air furnace, and
GO feet of Iron fence, lor sale bv Dr. B. F.
Gardner, Bloomslurg. tf.
The administrators of Anna Collman
dee'd., W. E. and 1). It. Coffman offer at
private sale, a houso and lot on West Main
street Bloomsburg, Pa. the lato resldenco
of deceased. . tf.
Foil Sai.k. A desirable and commodious
rcsidenco on Main street, supplied with
water, gas and steam. Apply to
jan20tf. h. N. Movbk.
Fort Balk. A farm about a milo from
Afton, containing 50 acres, all under culti
vation, with good buildings, with all this
year's crops, farming implements and stock
will be sold at private, sale. For particu
lars inqnlro of J. 8. Williams, Bloomsburg.
Fob Balk A valuablo vacant lot on
Market St., seven lots on Eighth Street,
ten dwellings and n good store property in
Bloomsburg. Six farms, two grist mills
and two storo properties In Col. Co. A
good farm of 307 acres with good build
ings in Virginia and two farms In Kansas
by M. P. Imtz Insurance and Heal Estate
Act., Bloomsburg Pa.
Mrs. W. 0. Levcrctt and daughter, Miss
Naun.e, are In New York this week.
Mi. and Mrs. E. W. Drinker spent Sun
day in towr.
Mr. R. 0. Drinker, now living at Bcthlc
tcm, was in town oyer Sunday.
T. 0. Corson, of llughcsvllle, spent Fri
day in town attending the Fair.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Porter tf Sunbury,
pcut a few days In town last week,
Mr. Harry Chamberlain, of Bethlehem,
apent fair week in town.
Mr. A. Z. Schoch and daughter spent
Thursday in Philadelphia.
Miss Francis Williams 3 visiting friends
In Bcranton aud Binghamton.
Mr. and Mrs. Stroh spent fair week in
town at P. B. llarman's.
Daniel Wclllver. of Sullivan county, was
In town last Saturday.
E. W. Elwell, of Towanda, spent
couple of days at the fair.
William Sloan, of Michigan, is visiting
bis friends here.
Mrs. W. J. Bucknlew and son havo been
the guests of their relatives the past two
Miss Louisa Jameson has gone to Bor.
dentown, N. J. to attend school this wlnt.
Dr. J. 0. Helfsnyder is taking a special
course in mcdlclno at Jefferson College,
Philadelphia, on tho diseases ot children,
Mr. and Mrs. Weigand, of Hazlcton visit
d their parents; Joshua Fo Herman's, last
Itcv. M. Ij. Culler, of Mercersburg, Pa
will preach in tho Lutheran church next
Sunday, morning and evening.
Franklin Bchell and Israel Schell, two of
our old subscribers, on tho Schuylkill
county border, attended the fair last week
Judgo Elwell completed his 8lst year on
the Oth Instant. Ills health is better than
at any time during the past two years,
Mrs. Harry Stroh, of West Plttston, who
lias been visiting her parents Mr. und Mrs,
IN S. Ilnrman, returned homo on Wcdnes,
Miss Lena B'.chtnld, Messrs. Harry and
George Stroh, of Plttston, Miss Acriulll
Yilllams, Messrs. dhaillo and Will Bates
of WIlkes-Barre, were guests of the Misses
Ilnrman during the Fair,
C. A. Knorr, son and daughter, of Clcve
land, Ohio, aro visiting at Kcubcn Hess at
ltupertv Mr, Kunrr has grown to bo
portly man, weighing 220 pounds. He is
looking well, and is procuring.
Mrs. II. H. Kline, of Oinngcvlllc, nn
lier sister Miss Sarah AclieobacU are visit,
inej, IIoHurd Kline, at Wi'stnu, Ohio,
From there they will go to Chicago and
visit come friend', and after that, to visit
their brother, Philip Achenbach, formerly
M. J. Fanning, of Michigan, will speak
In tho Court House van!
Oct. 18th on the subject of prohibition.
K. A. Itawllnes killed
clf last week that weighed 207 ponnds.
"k vciji, mat.
Ono of tho finest and bent llni nt l,ti,..i
children's and men's hosiery lover opened"
u uiii city at H. W. Sloan's.
Tho Lutheran church of Hlnnmluir
will soon receive tho bequest of one thous.
and dollars left it by tho lato Geo. Winner.
Tho lato Miss Harriet ltunert. hv her
will left a legacy of ono thousand dollars to
tho Presbyterian churc'i.
Tho "Harvest Homo" wilt bo celebrated
n tho Reformed church on next Bund ay,
tho 20lh inst., both morning and evening.
The Opus clnh will renew its meetings
for tho wlulet beginning next Tuesday
evening nt 8 o'clock, at the home of Miss
A fine lino of underwear, me
rino, scarJet und natural wool
just received at D. Lowenberg's.
Tho Jury In tho case of J. W. Hoffman
vs. . &S. H. it. Co. on Wednesday of last
week rendered a verdict of $4975.50 In
favor of the plalutlff. The case will pro
bably go to tho Supremo Court.
J. It. Schuyler & Co. aro manufactur-
ing a patent rat trap, known as tho Ferret
Animal Trap, that Is already meeting with
argo sales. It is tho best thing of the
kind in tho market.
Look at our black Falllo Silk at $1.00 at
II. W. Bloan'a.
0. M. Drinker shot a blue heron last
Friday morning, this sldo of Buck Horn.
Tho bird measured six and a half feet from
tip to tip of wings, and flvo feet four
Inches from beak to toe.
Kov. A. Noll, of Ilazleton, will preach
on next Sunday as follows i St. James 10:-
15, A. M., Zlon 2:30 p. m., and Orange.
vllle 7 p. m.
A. IIootz, Pastor.
Jacoby sells at his Oyster Bay best
largo Cove Oysters In market at 60c a
mart. Average about 60 to the quart.
uesc oysters come 400 in a barrel, not
cullings. Fifteen hundred to the barrel at
50 per bar, el.
Mr. J. IC. Qrotz had a cataract removed
from his right eye on Sloud.iy by Dr.
Brown. E.cven months ago he removed
one from his left eye, successfully restoring
Children's Scarlet vests and pants. Wo
keep nono but the best at II. W. Sloan's.
The following letters are held at Blooms
burg, Pa., post-ofllce, and will be sent to
the dead letter alUce, Oct. 29, 1889 :
Mr. Wellington Fox, II. Stanley Good-
win, Miss h. B. D. Kisncr.
Persons calling for these letters please
say, they were advertised Oct. 15, 1889.
One cent will bo charged on each letter
A. 11, Cathoakt, P. M.
Mrs. Harriet Ellis, wife of Alonzo Ellis,
formerly of this town, died In Ventura Co.
California on the 2nd inst. Sho was a
daughter of Dr. Oeaihart who practiced
medicine here muny years ago. Sho and
cr husband moved from hero to Iowa,
and about two yours ago moved to Califor
nia where Mr. Ellis died last January.
Mrs. Ellli' agu was 57 years, and she
leaves n family of ten children. She was a
niece of Mrs. Caleb Barton.
Peter Gross was badly bruised on Mon-
lay night. Uc was coming from tho D.
& W. d"pot and was ue.ir tho Produce
Exchange, when thu horse3 of the Ccntial
bus became frightened nt tho cara and ran
over him. He wni picked up unconscious
and taken to the Kxchange Hotel in Buck
nlew's bus, by which time lie regained con
sciousness, and Dr. Willits dressed his
wounds. Ills left hnnd wus cut on the
back, his right shoulder win bruised, and
there was a contusion on the forehead near
the right eye. Fortuna'.ely no bones were
Look nt our aoc ladles' Jersey vest.
II. W. Sloan.
Cii9bicr Grotz of tho Bloomsburg Bank-
ng Company, was In a dilemma Tuesday
ight. Upon his return to tho bank after
supper to attend to some work necessary
to be done, ho found that he could not un
lock the door of the insldo vault. C. M.
Drinker was called in and both labored at
it until midnight without success. An ex.
pert was telegraphed for fiom Rochester,
the place where tho safo wa3 made, who
arrived Thursday morning. It was a for
tunate circumstance that the books and
notes were not put In tho vault. Thero
was no largo demand made upon tho bank
Wednesday, so that tho deposits were suf.
flclent to carry on business. However, as
sistant cashier Bloom, had gone to Dan.
vllle, early in tho morning and secured
some funds In the event a largo demand
should he made upou them.
The names of the Committeemen of tho
Democratic party for tho county of Colum
bia until Aug next are as follows :
Beaver T. J. Shuman.
llcnton-A. P. Chapln.
Berwick E. Isaiah Bower.
" W. F. P. Fretis.
Bloom E.-Chas. Old.
1 w vm. Chrlsman.
Briarcrcck U. G. F. Kashlnka.
Catawlssa N, E. Hamlin.
Ccntrulla Jas Mclircarty.
Centre J. F. Rink.
Conyngham N. Thos. Ennis.
a.' uaniei uemiy.
Fishlngcreek B. F. Edgar.
Franklin S. D, Lohman.
Greenwood A Utt.
Ilem'ock Jcob Hnrrii.
Jackson Moses Bavagc.
Locust Wra. II. Snyder.
Mudlson Wm. 0. Johnston.
Mnln J. W. Kelchncr.
Mifllinvllle Samuel Snyder.
Montour O. A. Btonge.
Jit. Pleasant Amos Wanlch.
Orange J. W. Hoffman.
l'lne Davis uaniner.
RoarinKcreek I). W. Rarlg.
Scott E.F. W. Itedicker.
" W.-C. H. Kut.
Bugnrloaf-W. A. Kile.
C. II. Knt, Wm . CiuusuAN,
Till! AVlHC-Ht lilft.
"I bought my wife a velvet sack,"
Thus proudly boasted Mr. Browu.
"She'll be, with that upon her back,
The best dressed dame In town."
But velvet sack or diamond ring,
Can bring no balm to suffering wife.
Favorite Prescription is tho thing
To save her precious life.
The great and soveriign remedy, known
tho world over, for all female troubles, in
llainatlon. cruel backaches, and Internal
dUnlacemcnts Is Dr. 1'ierco'a Favorlto
Prescription. It Is tho only guaranteed
niro. See uuaranteo on every bottle
Dr. Pierce'. PtllctB gently laxallvo
actively cathartic according to dose. 25
THE COLUMBIAN AND
COI.UMIIIA COUNTV 1' A III.
Tlic Tlllrly-irlnh Itxlllllllloll
Tho thlrty.flflh annual exhibition ot tho
Columbia County Agricultural Society bo.,
gan on Wednesday, October 9, and olosed
on Saturday. Tho wcathir was all that
could bo wished for, and tho attendance on
Friday Is estimated at 15,000, and on Sat
urday nearly as largo.
Tho exhibit ot fancy article) was not so
largo m usual, and thero was a small dis
play ot canned fruits and rlpo fruit, owing
to tho failure of llioso crops. In tho main
building was n largo oil painting ot Queen
Elizabeth and her courtiers, and Mary,
Queen of Scots, which was tho work of
.Mrs. I. Mater of Bloomsburg. It Is a
nndsomo work of art, and shows much
talent on tho part of tho nrtlst. It Is now
on exhibition at Mr. Malcr'a store, corner
of Main nt'd Centre streets.
A very fine display of Wirt Fountain
ens attracted much attention. They
were artistically arranged In a largo frame
with plush back-ground.
C. E. Savage exhibited a caso ot watches
MUscs Miller & Millard, and tho Misses
Morralls' had displays of lino millinery
Handsome nickel plated stoves, ranges
and heaters, from tho Danville 8tovo
Works, wero shown by Uartman & Edgar.
Eshlcmnu & Wolf had a largo and varied
exhibit, Including Planot Jr. Implements
ir trucking, South Bend Plows, Elmlrn
Clippers, right and left, U. B. clover seed
sower, and tho Radiant Homo and Morn-
Ing Light heaters, and tho Plato and Apol
lo ranges. Tho heaters and ranges are
Ickcl plated and highly ornamental.
J. R. Rico entered a flno asbortmcnt of
tho celebrated Bcranton buggies and carts.
Baker & Bender showed handsome
chamber and parlor suits and sideboard.
W. J. Corcll & Co. wero up to the mark
In their display ot plush, parlor suits,
chamber Buits, writing desk, Blde-boird,
C. S. Furman had a nlco exhibit of
robes, harness and blankots.
1. W. Hartman & Sons had a large sec
tion filled with fancy goods, china, &o., all
very artistically arranged.
L. E. Whary showed some Btovcs and
The Perfect Washer manufactured by 0.
Mcars & Son, Bloomsburg, was one of tho
leading Inventions on cxlhlblt These
machines havo received a large number of
first prizes and diplomas all over the state.
Tho Acmo Oil Co. made a display of
their goods fo- tho first tlmo here. Soven
ty different articles mado from petroleum
were exhibited. This company is tho
manufacturer of tho celebrated Crown
Acmo Oil handled by Moyer Bros.
Tho School Furnishing Co. showed
some school Beats and olllce desks and
tanlcs. Tho Orion school desk manufact
ured by this compan is considered ono of
the best In the market.
Tho Bloomsburg Carpet Mills, though
not yet In operation, displayed some
samples of the styles of carpets they will
J. Saltzcr as usual had ono of the most
attractive booths in the building. Ho ex
hibited tho Miller, Estey, United States,
and Paris organs, and the Estey and sev
eral other makes ot pianos. The new baby
grand Stcck was one of the chief attrac
tions, and its sweet tones drew crowds
constantly around it. Prof. Thomas M
therell and Miss. Edith Ent played numer
ous Bclectinns that were much enjoyed by
the hearers. Mr. Baltzer also showed a
number of sewing machines of tho best
makes, tho White seeming to bo the favor
ite. A lady operator showed what Bne
work could be done upon it, and numer
ous specimens of embroidery were distri
buted among the crowd.
In the corner of the main building near
the dinner stand, Chatles U. Eldon, of
WllliamHport, exhibited a large collection
t birds, animals, deer heads, screens, &c.
that constantly attracted crowds, lie had
70 pieces in his collection. He is a taxi
dermist, and takes orders for mounting
birds, aulroals, &c Uls address is 831
West 4th Btrect, Wllliamsport, Pa.
In agricultural implements there was
quite a largo display. Reuben Hess of
Rupert showed an apparatus for loading
White, Conner & Sloan entered a thresh
er and cleaner, nnd power, Clipper spring
tooth harrow, and Scotch harrow from
their large Agricultural Works at Orange-
ville. Their goods are well known and
peak for themselves.
B. F. Rice hail a Climax Road Machine,
and buggies and road carts
A. C. Creasy's display consisted of an
American Champion Road Machine, Buck,
cyo Drill, Cultivator, and road carts.
P, 8. Moyer not only showed the patent
Gauze Door Range, hut gave dally exhihi-
tlons showing what could bo done with it.
glass show case full of roast fowl,
meats, eggs, potatoes and other things,
gave practical illustrations ot tho excel
lence of this range.
Tho exhibit of II. V. White & Co. com
prised a full and completn line of Farm
Implements ail manufactured by good re
liable houses and of the latest and most
pproved patterns and styles.
They had tho 'Champion' Patent front-
gear Team and Road Wagon, with springs
under tho holster, claimed to bo the best
wagon for rough roads as thero was no
whipping of the polo nor swinging of tho
bolster; the Lansing Handy Market wagon
a light and handy wagon for the farmer
or gardner, costing but $10; a full line of
Hollow Steel doublo and stnglo trees, for
wagons and plows; the Eureka centre cut
mower, well adapted to heavy grass or hill
sido farms; tho Bradley sldo cut mower,
claiming tho merits of simplicity, durabili.
ty and easy management; the Hoosicr
Grain nnd Fertilizer Drill that sells at $65;
tho new 'superior' Drill with enameled force
feed fertilizer attachment that was admir
ed by tho many farmers who aaw it; tho
Hosier Corn Planter; tho Hudson Cultiva
tor for corn or fallow, ar.d operated cither
as a walking or riding machine; the Deere
walking wheel cultivator aud tho Deere
'Iron Ago' one horse cultivator for farm or
garden; tho celebrated Perry Spring Tooth
Harrow, and the Deere bcotcli harrow;
tho Deere wide cut right-hand plow adapt
ed to low and marshy soil; tho new Wi&rd
self dump horso rake, an implement that
attracted much attcntlou and will csrtainly
prove a good seller, and a display ot Wlard
plows, ten in all, arranged on an L shaped
platform showing tho different sizes and
In the midst of this display of machinery
was a neut canopy under which was arrang.
cd samples of tho different grades ot ferti
lizer manufactured by tho Farmer's Fcrtl
llzer Co. of Syracuse, N. Y., and sold by
II. V. White & Co. In this county. They
not only showed tho different brands of
goods, but tho Ingredients from which they
were prepared. Mr. H. V. Whlto gave
personal attention to tho entire exhibit and
was assisted by Mr. Llghthall who bad
charge of tho Fertilizer display; Mr. Cabol,
General Agt. for the Champion wagon; Mr.
Goodrich, who represented tho Bradley
Mower; Mr. l'lcrpolnt, Pcnna. Agent for
tho Bupcrlor Drill; Mr, J. B. Eves, who
bcIU tho Hudson Cultivator at Millvlllc;
and Mr, K. P, Mead, the genial ealcsagcut
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
for tho Wlard Plow Co,, who faithfully ex
hibited to the pubtlo his cU of which ho
feels ao proud on account ot tho success
they have sltaincd.
Tho firm of U. V. Whlto & Co., that
started a grain trado In our town a few
year ago, and havo since added i;cds,
flour, feed, salt and machinery, and aro
now tho special agents tor tho Reading-
Schuylkill Coal, havo shown by this exhi
bit at our County Fair that they mean to
keep up with tho demands ot the times
and merit their share of trade In tho toy-
eral lines thoy represent.
VINE OATTLI. HIBirOBDS.
Geo. 0. Holcomb's herd ot Hereford cat
tlo from Brooksldo Stock Farm, Troy,
Bradford county, Pa., was a leading fea
ture of tho fair, and was certainly tho fin
est herd of cattle over brought here. It
consisted ot a bull, four cows and two
calves. Earl of Shadcland 24th, heading
tho herd, la considered to be tho best two
year old Hereford bull In the country. Ho
has never been defeated In the contest for
prizes cither as calf, yearling or two year
old. Ho has taken flltcen first prizes and
several herd prizes. Ills weight Is 2000
pounds, and ho Is valued at $2000. Uls
pedigree can bo obtained ot tho owner.
Lady Milton 3rd, tho mother of Earl of
Shadcland, Is 6 ycara old, and has produc
ed four bull calves In three years, the last
birth being twins. Tho combined weight
of tho cow and four off-spring la 0500 lbs.
Sbo won first prlzo at Buffalo and Elmlrn
this year. Sho has taken two first prizes
at State fair In 1837 and 1883 as beat cow
over 3 years old.
Erica 4th, Is another cow equally as good
as Lady Mll'.on. and same ago. Tho two-
year old hclfeis are named Lady Milton
83rd, and Etmlra 14th. They arc equally
as good as tho others, and are beauties.
Elmlra is sired from tho famous bull
Romeo, No. 0420, considered one ot tho
best beef bulls ever brought to this coun
try. Tho two calves aro Bcssio II. and
Ucrucrt U. These are all puro bred cattle.
Mr. Holcomb has 12 more equally as good,
and as many steers. He has about 50 head
of pure bred cattle, and every ono except
a calf 4 weeks old Is registo'ed In tho herd
book, which can bo seen at any time In his
olllce by purchasers.
SWISS, OUEU.N8XTS, HOLSIBIS AND ATliSnlUI.
Four herds of flno cattle wero exhibited
by A. B. Shlmer, of Redington, Northamp
ton Co. A herd ot Swiss, consisted of a
bull and four cows; a Guernsey bull, 4
cows and a calf; a Uolsteln bull, cow and
3 heifers; an Ayrshire bull and four belt
ers. These cattle are noted for their but
ter and milk. Mr. Bhimcr ia the proprie
tor of Broadway Stock Farms, Broadway,
N. J.; Central Fruit Park aud Stock Farm,
Redington, Pa ; Gilt Edge Dairy Farm,
Bethlehem, Pa., and Diamond Stock Farm,
Lower Sancon, Pa. These cattle aro from
these farms. They have .taken prizes this
year at Waverly, Nazareth, Lchlghton,
and Allcntown. They went from here to
Washtngtonville this week.
Mr. Holcomb also exhibited somo very
flno sheep. They are from different herds
of Shropshire sheep, and as good as can bo
found. Tbcy have taken first prizes this
year at Buffalo, Elmlra, and Albany. The
wool on them waa about 2J inches long,
with timo to grow until next spring. He
has a flock of 109.
He also brought a lot of pigs here, ches-
hires, Berkshircs, and Yorkshires, but on
learning that thero Is some disease among
pigs in this section ho sent them home
without removing them from tho car. Ho
has about 150 pigs on his farm.
Everybody waa delighted with Mr. Hol
comb's cattle and sheep, and they wero
constantly surrounded by admiring
crowds. Mr. Holcomb waa not here,
being detained at homo by illness in the
family, but his father-in-law, Elcazcr Pom
croy, was here, and took great pleasure in
answering all questions conctrning the
TIIU11SDAY FAKUEB'B TBOT 3:00 CLASS.
W. W. Black, 'Prince John,' 111
C. L. Sands, 'Bessie Sands,' 4 2 2
C. P. Armstrong, 'Daisy B.' 2 4 8
O. A. Ucnric, 'Daisy,' 3 3 4
Timo 2:63J, 2:69, 3:02J.
1 2 3
James M. Beesey, 'Strategist,' 1 1 1
Jos. C. Towend, 'Merchant Boy,' 8 3 2
Geo. S. Fisher, 'Laura,' 2 4 3
Dr. J. W. Uouscr, 'Fannie GV 7 2 6
A. B. Cummings, 'Rochester Boy,' 4 5 5
Dr. Uaggerty, 'C. M. DeLong,' 8 0 4
S. 0. Bradford. 'Saslo I,' 6 7 7
O. A. Hoover, 'Utah 8am,' 0 8 8
Tlmo 2:34, 2:34, 2:33.
PBinAt 2:30 class.
A. M. Ash, 'Florence 8.' 1 1
Geo. Cook, 'William Gee,' 2 2
Jas. M. Besscy, 'Strategist, 8 3
Timo 2:31, 2:32, 2:33.
toidat 2:22, paciko bace.
J. W. Height, 'Frank M,
8. Southard, 'Nellie Mayo,'
Hon. T. 8. Flood, 'Mable Flood,'
Time 2:41, 2:39,
SATURDAY 2:48 CLASS.
S. C. Bradford, 'Susie I.'
A. B. Cummings, 'Mattle Wilkes,1
Wm. A. Hartzel, 'Pilncc,'
R. F. Peterman, 'Bismarck,'
Time 2:42, 2:39,
yilBB VOII ALL.
8 1 1
2 3 3
Hon. T. S. Flood, 'Mamlo Wood,'
Geo. Cook 'William Gee,'
Jas. M. Bessey, 'Strategist,'
Timo 2:37, 2:34, 2:32,
No gambling games were allowed on the
crounds. The following is a list ot what
kind ofistanda and amusements wero ad
2 candy makers, 2 hot Bausago venders,
2 tintype tents, 8 striking machines, 8 sido
show 8, 2 mcrry.go-rounds, 2 cane and ring
tossers. Johnstown flood scenes, 1 coon
and ball game, 1 barrels snd ball game,
rnllroad and ball gamo, 9 candy stands, 23
oyster stands, a patent medicine vender,
music seller, 3 cheap Johns.
The Bloom Band furnished music Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday. On Friday
Briggs' Banil of Bhlckshlnny camo down
and on Saturday tho Bciwick Band wus
here. Excellent music was performed by
all ot them.
Card of TIiuiiUm,
If the proprietor of Kemp's Balsam
should publish a card of thanks, contain
log expressions ot gratitude which come to
him daily from those who havo been cured
of Bcycro throat and lung troubles by tho
use ot Kemp's Balsam, It would fill a fal
sized book. Hon much better to Invite all
to call on any druggist and get a tree tarn
pie bottle that you may test tor yourself Its
power. Large bottles one anil i,w.
We aro now ready, everything
fresh and now.
at D. Lowenberg's popular Cloth
CANDIIIATi; IlIOI.I'vK IN TOWN.
On Saturday morning last, Edmund A.
Blgler, Democratlo candldato for Btnto
Treasurer, an excellent portrait ot whom
appears In this Issue, arrived In Blooma
burg from Scrai.lon. Ho waa met at tho
dtpot by County Chairman, William
Chrlsman, Deputy Collector, Robert Buck
ingham, Geo. E. Elwell Esq. and Repre
sentative Krlckbaiim, nnd escorted In n
carrlago to tho Exchango Hotel, where a
reception was held for about an hour,
many prominent democrats from all over
tho county calling on tho nominee Mr.
Blgler waa driven to tho Fair Grounds and
there met a largo number of people. At
13 05 ho left for Dnvlllc, regretting that
his stay hero was so short, but as tho trip
had been arranged In advance, and notlco
bad been ecnt to Danville of his coming,
ho was unable to stay longer.
Tho many remarkable cures Hood's Bar.
aaparllla accomplishes are sufficient proof
that It does possess peculiar curative p'tw
crs. A I'nmlly GntlicrliiK,
Havo you a father? Havo you a mother?
Havo you a son or daughter, sister or a
brother who has not yet taken Kemp's Bal
sam for tho Th roat and Lungs, tho guar
anteed remedy for tho euro of Coughs,
Colds, Asthma, Croup and all Throat and
Lung troubles? If so, when a sample
bottle la gladly clvcn to you free by any
druggist, and tho largo slzo costs only 60c
Tho following Item comes from tho
Lynchburg Dally, Virginia, being ono of
tho Items from tho Virginia Stato Fair held
In that city last week.
"An interesting feature in the exhibit of
Fergcrson and flutter, was C. Mears &
Son's Perfect Washer, operated by dog
power. It wbb conatantly surrounded by
an eager and Interested crowd ot specta
tors and was without hesitancy granted
John W. Knousc, of Jamlsoa City, Col
umbia County Pa. returned from a busi
ness trip to Now Jersey last Saturday. Ho
was accompanied by Miss Anna Harvey
from Bradford county, but before again
entering Pennsylvania's bounds, tho nuptial
uct was tied and tho happy couple,
Mr. and Mra. Knousc. wc-mct on the train
hen returning from tho Bloomsburg Fair.
Mr. Knouso was formerly engaged in the
art of photographing, but ho Is at present
mploycd in tho hub factory at tho abovo
named city. Tho trlcnda of tho newly
married pair extend to them their congra-
tulationa and best wishes.
Dr. Butt has about a week's sawing yet
on tho timber tract bought by Wesley &
Smith of Judgo Krickbaum.
Stephen Drcschcr of Stillwater, raised a
hundred bushels ot potatoes from a small
piece cf ground this year, when that India
penslble and nutritious article is consider
ed almost a total failure.
Saturday morning there was a rush for
the train all along the lino of tho B. & 8. to
secure an early transport to tho Blooms
Alonzo Albertson will soon como In our
locality again. He has secured a lot of
timber at and around Cambra. The shrill
whistlo of tho steam saw-mill will still be
heard in our land.
Subscribe for the Columbian.
A bcatiful lino of Fall Over
coats. Fall styles in hats and
caps. Latest designs in neck
wear at 1). Liowcuberfr s.
Cut Rateet to tlic Went.
Cheap tickets to all points in Kansas,
Colorado, Indian Territory (Oklahoma)
Texas, and other States and Territories in
the West, will be sold by iho Banta Fo
Route from Chicago nnd other points along
10 line, on August 0 and 20 ; September
10 and 24 and October 8.
For particulars ask your Ticket Agent or
write to John Byrne, Assistant Genera
Passenger Agent, Santa Fe Routo, Chlca
Pretty hats and caps for little
boys. Kilt suits, Jersey suits.
overcoats at D. Lowenberg's.
I-ndlcH Wlio lilonl.
What a great number there are ; how
uncomfortable It makca them ; it la almost
impossible for thoso aflllcted to enjoy life.
In ray private practice I havo always
found Sulphur Bitters to be the best re
medy. All who are thus troubled should
use It. 10-11-21.
The largest and most complete
ine of ready-made clothing can
always be found at,
D. Lowenberg s
I. oli out
Inlu In Vom
it threatens your kidneys. Let it go a
little while and you will suffer much more
keenly, throughout tho entire system. Take
at once Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite
Remedy, of Rondout, N. Y., which Is the
most effective medicine known for tho
treatment of all diseases of tho Kidneys
and Liver, and for Malaria, as well aa tho
purification of the blond. 10-U.lm.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
When Bbf vu sick, wo ;ave her CutorU.
When the u a Child, she cried (or OutorU,
When ibe became Mlu, the duoe to CutorU,
When the had Children, the gave them CutorU,
rniLADsLrnu,;Monday, Oct. H, 1st
we want you to realize our
underwear power, you may
see under the plate-glass of
the cases as you enter at Chest
nut street many of the finer
sorts, at the counters at either
end of the Main Aisle large
quantities for curreut sales, at
various points about the store
great stacks and pyramids that
are meant to suggest the hun
dreds of cases lately in from
both sides of the sea that are
breaking out daily to fill the
places made vacant by sales at
All this means buying power.
i he power to buy right in
eludes the power to sell right,
and that means
Assortment in Sizes
Variety in Styles
Cheapness in Prices
Advantages unequalled else
where in America.
Mere are sotne of the items,
a trifling few merely noted here
to suggest the grand whole.
Women's Vests :
Women's Hit) bo 1 Wojl Vosta, Whlto and
Scarlet, Too. Kxtra value.
Women's Scarlet and Natural Wool Vesta, II.
Women's nibbed silk Vesta, plain,
low nock, 11.00 to),
high neck, II. M tori,
long Hrevos, fl.M to (3.
Women's nibbed silk Vests, f&ner fronts,
Worpn's Drawers and Suits :
Wo nen's Itlbbod Wool Drawers, tiU and
Won-en combination Suits In whlto, H.50
and u 1 In natural wool, $1.
Pull line of ((medley's Fine Merino Under-
vcats nnd Drawers and Combination Suits.
Men's Underwear :
Men's white, brown and gray BlilrU and
Drawers at Mo.
Men's white and grar Shirts and Drawers
Men'n a'l-wool Underwear, scarlet and
natural, nt II, 11.50. 1 and (l.M.
Men's Fine Kngllsh Merino Nnlrta anl
Drawo , colors dran, mouso and the like,
U.W nnd lift suit.
Men's silk and wool Shtrta and Drawers,
wUh hilt hens to match. Itloli, luxurious
Women's Hosiery :
Women's fart black Cotton Uose, SM, S?i
60c. and Tta.
Women'.! Knjl sh Omhmere Hose, fast black
pul colore, Mc. "sc. nnd II.
Women's neoco lined cotton II o -brown,
!M, 37,','e,soo and eoj; colore anl black
37X0 and coo.
Womon's neeca lined Plaited Silk II090, T5c
Men's English Cashmere Halt lloso, full
regular made, good value at CO cents ; the
Men's English Btown Cotton Half H090, full
regular made 1 excellent value at tso a
Men's English Morlno Half Hoso. full regular
mado, mi A month ago they wero 37V0.
Men's silk and wool Half Uoie, 7to. heafler
Llama' Wool Halt Hew, 11 to 15; scotch
Wool, ribbed, 760 i Sootcn Wool Lung Hoso,
These Bohemian Napkins
art 23x21 inches, fine and verv
soft finish, nnlvtwn H.rlK. rn
l,nm. W nr-v, Mnrn hnrl c
........ . . . . . w,
gOOCl a napKlll ac JI.IO tlie
All-wool Cashmeres. Fifty-
, r,J lUfVn..
wc um, muk any
one asks lor. 50c to 51.25.
Men's Suits are here. Right
in every way, including price.
$8.50 Sack Suit:
ah wool, neat gray-ana-mack mixture, or
black ground .with brown and gray
stripes. Try wherever you please, we
don't know tno match ot either.
$10 Sack Suit:
ah wool. List color, black ground with gray
stripes, and with yellow thread : patch
$12 Sack Suits :
uea-oiuc-ana gray mixture witn lnvisioio
plaid of reu-and blue. 1-atch pockets.
You needn't bo a clothing sharp to tee tho
$12 Sack Suit:
uiack uneroit. an wool.
totd. Wo know ot nono better
mom y. our nrst lot wont witn
Same, frock coat, 113.
$15 bacli buit:
mack unevoit, au wool, 1 no nest Huit we
ever saw for lis. Made and trimmed In
tho best poaslDle slyle.
That's the pace. It don't
make any difference where you
stop up to $28 the suit is here.
Fine Cabinet portraits only
$3- doz. Life size Crayons only
X ... . J. J, I
Jiu.uu, viewing, copy'llg aim
Pit Games. Qrlst Bhawlnccks. Heath
woods, Black B. Ileda, thai will stay to win.
f.gge, lit tor l. satisfaction uuarantced.
tf. Bloomaburg, Pa.
T TTT TT ft .ml r ft "T rt I
. VV . H K l A V M ) LV
Well, the greatest Fair ever
leld in Columbia County is
over, -bote ot people mauo nap
py with premiums. We are
happy over our sales of coats,
shawls, flan'hels, dress goods,
underwear, ribbons, trimmings
&c, also dishes, lamps, glass
ware ccc. We will now go on
and arrange for a big fall and
winter trade. Uur coat-room
will be filled up again, our
dress goods department is being
rc-itri HlltrCtl. I
We have lUSt put 011 tho COUnt-
1. :K ii ,i I
er the biggest job lot ot wool
Itnd COttOn StOCkingS, all Sizes at I
half price ; take a look at them
when you come in. Hie next
great rush will be Christmas,
une ot our buyers is oil now
looking up Novelties in dishes
xc. We received the premium
butter, Miss Clara Vauderslice
ot Mt. 1 lensaut took lirst preni'
ium ; by our ignorance of the
rules 01 tho hair we did not re
ceive it until Tuesday morning
it was beautiful in color and
sweet to tho taste. We shall
try to improve on our premium
next J? air.
I. W. HARTMAN & SONS.
i i mm is 1
The screen doors aro being
taken Irom their hangings,
11 1 1 1 at
wnicn proves tnat tno Hies are
gone for another
have not told our Wall Paper
story for several weeks, our atJ
tention and advertising space
has been given to something
else. Uutthe proper time to
-n . .
paper your rooms is at this Sea-
son of the year. No Hies nol
(tll't, 110 UUSt. IHO rOOIU Will
look HISt IIS Well 111 tho snrillf?
,, - 1 j-ii
IIS tllOUgll yOll postponed it till
then, and YOU Will have had BIX
,1 r .ph. i
iiiunuis use 01 inuiu ; nunce tlie
suitable timo to do thin wnrk
Olir Stock ill this line of goods
to luiiiu iu uit;u
Irom 714 c per roll upwards. A
few desirable patterns in rem
nants at remnant prices,
W. II. Brooke & Co.
OTIOE OP ELECTION.
A meeting of the stockholders of Manor Host
Inn Company will be held on Tuesday, November
mli, tmi, at 2 o'clock p. m. at the oa ce of the
hocretary. In Bloomsburg, for tho purpose of
electing nine Directors tu serve tor tno ensuing
GEO. It, ELWELL.
lit Tlrtuo of writ Of Lev. Fa. Issued out of tho
Court of common Pleas of Columbia County and
to mo directed; there wilt bo sold at publlo salo at
tho Oiurt II0U10 Dloomsburg, Pa.
TUESDAY, NOVHMHKR 12, 1889.
at II o'clock a. m. tho following t
All that certain plantation and tract of land
situate In tho township of Franklin, county of
Cftlumbla, stato of Pennsylvania, bounded and
doscrlbod as follows, to-wlt 1 Uegtnnlng at a post
near a chestnut In line ot land of John zslgler and
running thenoo by sld Una south eighty-four
degrees west ono hundrol anl eleroa perches to
a whlto oak, theneo by land of aims and land of II.
r. Former north nlnoty-nlno anl three quarters de
grees wost mncty-ono porches to a post a corner
ot other land ot said John Zclglor, thonoo by tho
samo and land Utsot tho heirs ot William Clay,
ton, deceased, then lata of tleorgo Scott south
twenty-two and throo quarters degrees, east ono
hundred and nlnoty-nlno poronos to a chestnut
oak, thence by land ot lato Lloyd Thomas now or
latoot Jacob Kostcnbaudor south elghty-soTen
and a half degrees east sirenty-soven porches to a
post, theneo by land sold to William Stoker north
ten degrees west alxty-clght and two tenth
porches to a chestnut oak, theneo by the same
north Blxty-olght degrees oast ono hundred and
eighteen and six-tenth perches to a post In line of
land belonging to tna heirs of John Forlnor de
ceased, thonco by tho said lino north twenty-nine
and a half degrees west ono hundred and a halt
porches to tho paco ot beginning containing
ONE IIUNDUED AND EIGHTY-
and Forty-sovcn perches neat measure, bo tho
same moro or less, on which aro erected a largo
"AHGE BANK BARN, STRAW
K S ' f Ufi llfl UL1
and other Outbuildings.
seized, taken into csocutlon at tho suit o(
Auuer ti. auer lor uimscu ana ror uso ot LUCet-
ta Hower vs. Estate of John Hower deceased, In
tno nanaa ot his executor, John II. Hower, and
w oo soia as tno property or jonn iiower, deccas-
iCd. JOHN II. CAS3Y, Sheriff.
By vlrtuo ot writ of FL Fa. Issued out ot the
Court ot Common Pleas of Columbia County, Pa.,
and to mo directed, thero will bo exposed to pub
Uc sale at the Court II01130, In Bloomsburg, Fa.,
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1889
at 9 o'clock, a. m.. the following
All tho right, title nnd Interest ot tho defendant,
John Mordan, In all that certain piece, or parcel
ot land, altuato In Madison township, Columbia
county, Pa., bounded and described as follows,
to wit : On tbo north by land of Joel Moser, on
tho east by land of Chines Dodson and Abram
Wolford, on the south by land of Charles Dodson
and on tho west by land ot Davis Weatherlll, con
more or less, whereon aro erected a FRAME
DWkLLINO HOUSE, BARN, and outbuildings.
ScUed, taken Into execution at the suit ot
Thomas Mordan vs. John Mordan and to bo sold
as the property ot John Mordan.
JOHN B. CASEY, Sheriff,
PnliU CSIe Wlu on exposed to publlo
Jl U UUls Odlo. salo on the premises, In Ber
wick, Columbia county Pa., on
THURSDAY, November 14, 1889,
at ten o'clock a. m., by Ben imln Brans Esq., ad
ministrator C. T. A. ot Mary A. Brlttaln, deod., by
order ot the Orphan's Court ot said county, the
following described real estato : Situate In Ber
wick, on tho south sldo of Second street, between
Mulberry and Vino streets ; Beginning at the cor
ner of lot number Ofty-one, theneo by same
eighty-tour feet, nine Inches, more or less, thence
on aline parallel with Second street, forty-nlno
ffd a tM tect ?.Xot. 7" umberflfty-n,lne-
thence by same, 84 feet nine Inches, more or less,
to second street, theneo by Second street forty.
mno ana a nan reet to tno piaco or Beginning, do.
Ing a portion of lot numbsr nrty-two, In the plan
of the Borough ot Bornick
on the same day, on the premises In Brlarcreck
township, Columbia county Pa., at ono o'clock p.
the undivided one-half ot all that certain
piece oflond bounded and described as lollows,
to-wlt : On tho north by land of o. P. Ferris, or
tho publlo road leading from Bloomsburg rood to
Llttlo llrlarcreek, on tho west by land ot John
Falrchlld and lands of heirs ot Elizabeth Clemm,
UU UIU BUUIU UJT UIOOQlSOUrg rU&U, UQ IUB CUBb Vy
hmd ot O. F. Ferrla, containing
more or lcs3, all improved. On which aro erected
A BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
A FRAME DWELLING HOUSE,
and out-bulldlngs. well watered.
On tho same day at the same place at one o'clock
p. m., the undivided one-half ot ono other piece ot
land In samo township, bounded on the south by
Daniel Miller's land, on tho north by M. W. Jack
son's land, cast by Daniel Miller's land aid on the
west by land ot Mrs. Ellas Wilkinson and others,
more or less, the same being a timber tract.
TEHM8 0FSALK Ten pe; cent, of one-fourth
purcnase money snail do paw on me sinning
down of the DroDerty. ono-founh leaa tha ten npr
eenuatthoconnrmatlonot the sale, and tho re-
maining tnree-iourins in one year aaer.conflrma-
tlon wlth lntereat ,rom tnat dal0 ftn(1 w
secured by bond and mortgage on the premises.
J. G. Frexzs,
Administrator C. T. A.
ot Mary A. Brlttaln, deed.
C. B. Jackson,
N. B. Tho two undivided Interests hero adver
tlscd will be sold together giving the purchaser
title to the wholo tract. Po session given April
1st, 183V. 10-18'tKJ.
PiiWir CSln Will bo exposed to publlo
JfUUUU UAlC. sals on tho premises, In Briar
crcck township, Columbia county Pa., on
THURSDAY, November 14, 1889,
at one o'clock p. m., by C. C. Evans, Esq., com
inlttco ot Margaret J. Brlttaln, a lunatic, b j order
or uieuourt 01 common Pleas of Columbia county
ra., the following real estate, sltuato In Briarcrcck
atoresald, bounded and described ta follows, to
wit : Tho undivided on-.half of all that tract of
land, bounded on tho north by land of o. V. Ferris,
or the publlo road leading from tho Dloomsbun:
road to Llttlo Brlarcreek, on the west by lands ol
jonn iraircmios and heirs ot Elizabeth Clemm,
deceased, on the south by Bloomsburg road, on
tno east, ny iana or o. r. rcrrls, containing
more or less, all improved, on which are erected
A BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
A FRAME DWELLING HOUSE,
and out-bulldlngs well watered.
on the same day, at the same placo at one o'clock
p. m., the undivided halt ot one other piece ot land
In samo township, bounded on the south by Dan-
lei Miller's land, on the north by M. W, Jackson'
land, cast by Daniel Miller's land, and on the
weatbylanaotMra-Ellas wimQ30aaDd otnera-
I more or lets, the same being a timber tract.
TKl'sl80l'8ALKTeoPer cent- ' one-fourth
ing down of the property, one-fourth leaa the ten
percentattheconarmatlonotthe sale, and the
I reuittiuu'S lurro-iuurius iu uue year aiier connr
matlon nisi, with interest from that date, aud tt
wred by bona ana mortgage on the premise
C. C. EVANS,
j. o. kbssi. committee of
I ft U.Jicusox, Attya. MirgaretJ. Brlttaln.
I". 11. tub two unaiviaoa interests nero adver
I tlsed will be sold together, clvlne tho rurchaser a
11110 w tno whole tract, possession given April
Estato ot Joshua Bavage, deceased.
Tbo undersigned auditor appointed by the Or.
E nans' Court of Columbia County to make dlstrl
ullon ot tho balance In the hands of the executor
to anl among the parlies entitled thereto, will
sit at his omco In Bloomsburg, on Wednesday the
mil day of November, IMS), ut 10 o'clock a. m., to
attend to the duties of his appointment, when and
where all poisons having claims against said en.
laiu uiusl upircar ftuu ruvu uieui, ur MO lorever
ueuuriAi i rum uuy suurc vi saia iuqu. t
j. n.Mniiii, Auditor.
OCt 10, 18W.
Sloyment at "good Ualary tor Commission", emi
ts t rw. Write for terms at once
U. V. CLAHK ft CO., Niuwrymetultocbester N.Y
II. J. CLARK h SON
place) on salo this we)'k special values
InBlaok Silk Wrap Honrietta at
81.00, $1.25 and $U0 a yd. Also tho
boat all wool Black Ilonriottas fo tho
monoy shown. Soo our 79 and 81o
qualities 46 in. wide. Our lino of color
ed llenriottas U oomplct", also Serges,
Mohairs, Clotln &a. Our droaa goods
stock was never a oomplcto aa now.
Eull now lino of Jamostown dross
goods in plaids nnd stripes, tlieso
goods .vo .most excollont wearers.
Now stripod cloths, havo you seen our
yd. wido cloth at 31o a yd., also tho
25c. cloths. Our coats arc going out
iooly, tho bolt S20.0') plinh coat in
tho oouoty. So our $1600 plush
Modjeaka, all the nowost stylos. Our
linos of childron's coats aro good
tylos, tho latest. Try our Lviies'
Newmarkets at $G.OO, a fow moru yet.
Our Elannol stock was uovcr a? com
pleto as now, and at as low prices.
Try 25o. Rod Flannol. You should
havo a pair of thoso all wool Red
Blankets at $2.90 a pair beforo thoy
aro gono. Blankets at all prices in
White, Red and Groy. Comforters
from $1.00 up. The best counterpano
tho oounty at 90o. piece. Under
wear all kinds for ladies, children and
men. Seo our Ladios' .Tersoy Vests,
Long Sleovos at 30, 37J and 50c,
they movo quick thoso oool days.
Mon's Groy mixed 50c. shirts at 39c.
Boy's Colored Shirts all sizes at 35o is
bargain, then that fine all wool Sear-
let Underwear for children, you should
seo tho goods and prices, nearly as
iheap as cotton. Seo our Ladies 25o
hoeo all wool. Our lino of 25o all wool
children's hose, all sizes, is a good ono.
Two pairs men's extra good one-half
hoso for 25o. Our hosiory department
tho largest in tho city. Full lines of
gloves of all kinds, undressed kid
gloves 89o a pair, worth S1.25, seo
them. Stampod linens all kinds, China
Silks, silk bolting cloths siid all kinds
of goods for fancy work. If you
want Ladios' or children's Coats of any
kind it will pay you to call. Ribbons
and dross trimmings of all kinds.
Full lines of stripod and plaid Surah
silks, also Persian Silks. Dark outing
cloths for dresses and childron's waists.
Speoial lot of handkerchiefs this weok.
Corsets all kinds. In about a week wo
will placo a new corset waist for ladies
on salo. Columbia Yarns, Saxony and
Germautowns, lace curtains and poles,
shawls and skirls. Lirce lines of all
kinds special values in tablo linens at
43, 45, 50, aud 55o a yd. worth fully
25 per cent more. Ilandsomo lines of
raw silk, tapestry for curtains and
farnituro coveriugs, seo them. Ono
lot best dark calicoes 5o yd. Extra
good ootton flannel 8, 10, and 120 yd.
nill yd. wido muslin 80 yd, Appleton
A 7o yd. Good Cheviot Shirting GJo
yd. Good dark dress ginghams at 80
yd. Towelings 5o yd up. Call and seo
us on dry goods, notions, coats, &o.
H. J. CLARK & SON.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
Susinsss d fell:- Property.
The undersigned, executrix ot tho last will and
testament of Joseph E. Uirkley, lato of tho Town
ot Bloomsburg, county ot Columbia, Stato ot Venn
sylvanla, deceased, will expose to publlo salo on
the premises, on
SATURDAY, November 9, 1889,
at nlno o'clock In tho forenoon, the following de
scribed real estate, lato ot tho said deceased, to-
wlt : A certain lot or pleco of ground situated In
tho Town of Bloomsburg In Bald county, bounded
and described as follows, to-wlt : on the north by
Second street, east by lot now or late of Abner
Welsh, south by lino Alley, and west by West
street, being on Second btrect blxty-clght, feet and
ono and one-halt Inch more or less, In width, and
In depth along said West street two hundred and
fourteen and one-halt feet, more or less, on which
ThreeFrame Dwelling Houses
and one frame shop, with stablo and other out
This property la very valuablo as a business
place and also for dwellings; has a well known
business comer, now occupied as a Furniture
Store. There are upon It two cisterns and ono
well, and a portion U supplied by water ot tha
Water Company. It will bo bold as ono properly,
or In porta, to suit purchasers.
TKllMS OF HALE Ten per cent, ot ono-lourtb
ot tho purchase money to bo paid at the striking
down ot the property, tho one fourth less tho ten
per cent, at the continuation of sale ; and tho re
maining three-fourths In ono year thereafter,
with Interest from (onarmatlon mst.
The purchaser to pay for making deed.
JUUA A. UiltKLEV,
OTIUE IN I'AUTITION.
In the matter of tho partition of the real est ato ot
samo iouu'wo, lata ui aiuuisn luwnsuip.
Columbia County, Pennsylvania, deceased.
The heirs of said decedent will take notlco that
In pursuance of an order ot tho Orphans' Court
ot Columbia county, a writ ot partition has Is
Bued Horn aald court to tbo sheriff of said countv,
returnable on tue nrst Monday ot i)eccnib?r next,
aud that tbo Inquest will meet for tno purpose of
making partition ot the real estate of said de
cedent on Saturday, tho sixteenth day of Nocm.
bor, A. V., between tho hours of 10 a m., and
4 . in., ot said day upon tho premises, at which
lime and place you can bo present it you boo
The premises In question aro iloscrlbed as fol.
lows, Mz: The undivided ono-halt Interest In a
certain messuage and tract of land tltuato In tho
township ot Madison, county and stato aforesitd,
bounded on tho north by land ot U, F. Fruit. u
the east by lands of 11. F. Fruit and John A. Fun
sum. on tho south by a publlo read leading from
Jerseylown to s awlngionvtlle and land or James
Ktnlen, anl on the west by laud of Isaac Wagner,
containing about ono hundred and twenty acres,
more or less, with tho annurtenances.
uti 10, ikv. iuua i. uni,
"Br a thorough knowledge ot the natural laws
which govern the operations ot digestion and
nulrttlou. and by a careful application of the nne
properties ot vell-Bolocted Cocoa, Mr. Kppstias
provided our oroaKrasi taoiea with a delicately
flavored beverage which may save us many heavy
doctors' bills. It Is by the Judicious use of sucn
aitu'lcs of diet that aconstftutMn may be gradual
ly built up until strong euouzu to rental every tvn.
deneyio disease. Hundreds ot subtle maladies
aro noatlbg around us reidy to attack wherever
there Is a weak point. W may oseape many a
fatal shaft by keeping ourseli es well tort in cd with
puro b'ood and a proiierly nourished frame. "-Clrd
Srrrkw UoztUe. Mode simply with boning water
or milk, bold only la ball pound tins, by Grocers,
labelled thus t
jamkh KITH i CO., Uomawpathlo Chemists,
octM-d-tl. Louden, England