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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.1
BLOOMSBURG , PA.
FlllDAY, JUNE 20, 1800.
President HarrUon will visit ML
Qrctna on Jaly 21th during thu stato
Congressman Scranton hai been re
nominated by the republicans of Lck
awanna county without opposition.
Montour county ha instructed its
dclogates to the Democratic stato con
vention to vote for l'attison.
Tho republican state convention will
be held in IlarrUbarg next week Wed
nesday. Tho delegate from this
county aro J. C. Brown and C. E.
Geyer. Our guesa ia that they (fill
vote for Delamater.
Tho Doylcstown Democrat has
changed hands, Gen. W. W. II. Davis
the veteran publisher, retiring from tho
paper, and is succeeded by tho Doy
lcstown Publiahinir Company. The
announcement is mado that thoro will
be no change in the politics of the
p'per, and that it will battlo in tbo
tuturo, as in uio past, lor tarty re
Judge I'ennypackcr of Philadelphia
nag delivered an important opinion
on tho rights of hucksters in connection
with the trial of John Bradley, a ban
ana peddler, against Martin Pleiffer
for assaclt and bsltery Bradley wont
into PloifTer's store to sell some ban
anas, when he was struck over tho
head with the spoke of a wagon wheel
by tho defendant after be had refused
three timoa to leave the store, 'Huck
sters have no right to force themselves
on house holders, and if they do they
are trespassers," Judge Pennypacker
eaid. "whore a huckster is a tres
passer a householder ia entitled to put
Tho positive announcement has been
made that Senator S. P. Wolvcrton of
Sunbury will be a candidate for tho
congressional nomination in this dist
rict. Ho is a man of marked ability
ana is well known through this county.
Wo have no direct information aa to
Senator Buckalew'x intentions, but
have heard repeated rumors, some of
them coming from those who ought to
know, that he will not bo a candidate
for a third term. Tho warm friendship
existing between these two (listing
nished gentleman, leads to the belief
that tho reports aro true. In this
event, we do not know of a more avail
able candidate than Mr. Wolverton,
nor ono who would represent tin Uis
trict more satisfactorily.
The latest announcement in Demo
cratic circles i that Chauncy F. Black
of York county, has decided to retire
from the contest for the Dcmocratio
nomination for Governor, and that he
will use his votes and inflaenco in favor
of tho nomination of Ex-State Chair
man William U. Ilcnsel, ol Lancaster
Ex-Chairman Hensel has been re
peatedly spoken of as a possible com
promiso candidate between tho Wallaco
and Pattison forces. He will start in
tho raco with thirty votes, made up aa
louows: 'len Irom York, nino from
.Lancaster and tho remaining eleven
from Borks, Lebanon and Philadel
Neither Black nor Ilcnsel aro classed
aa favorable to either Wallaco or Patt
ison and tho friends of tho ex-chair
man are determined to try and land
iuu pnzu ior mm.
The latest analysis of tho preferences
ernor is as follows For Wnllmw 90
for Paulson. 18; doubtful, 17, with 8
seats contested. Unly SO of G4 dele
gates from Philadelphia will have a
voice in tho appointment of the com
mittee on contested seats. It is stated
that Congressman Maiah has been off-
OTP.1 trlft nnmfnntlfln (nr liniilnnnn(.nnir.
ernor, but tho delegation from York
. . -. . .
uuuuiy in composca oi earnest support
TS of Ghfltinnv T?- Hlnr.lr frr flin rrnhnr
natorial nomination and they will not
permit any suggestion liko that just
mentioned to tempt them from their
loyalty to Mr. Blaok. They aro not
v.n ...I. .ill ! I
mvM niiu win uuugu jii uuy uuunmur
incr for minor clacr a on tlin tir.Wpt.
Thus far tho following named count
ies havo instructed Tor l'attison: Law.
roncc, Warren, Cambria, Montour,
Delawaro, Chester and Tioga, repres
ented by twenty-ono delegates and
giving about 10,000 republican major-
ItV. Thn flnlprrnfM n1nrji1 frnm flnm.
bria and Montour (dcmocratio counties)
are, howovor, personally friendly to
ttuiiuuv. iiiuru aro mi delegates in
the slate convention.
(From our Ilcgular Correspondent,)
Washington, D. O. Juno 10, 1800.
" Paradoxical as it may appear, the
recent oxtremo warm spell seems to
bavo cooled public interest in tho pro
ceedings of Congress, and thinned out
that body to about the rcquirod nurabor
to constitute a quorum and transact
business. Tho old adage that "ho who
can wait will eventually get anything
ho desires" was never better demonst
rated than by tbo action of tho prosenl
uongross. ino oiu nanus, the quoen
bees,, tho old shepherd dogBof tho (lock,
havo acquired to a great extent what
they had panted for, and aro now
dozing amid leafy ;bowora along tho
soa. Whllo tho publio is anxious to
havo all discussion dropped Is tho
opportunity for tho mediocrity of tho
national legislation to approach tbo
uocond tablo and reduco tho surplus.
The aotion is comparatively tinnotiood
unoarodfor and unsung. Manv mil
lions of dollars aro appropriated evory
day, with a brief word of explanation
made by tho members In chargo of a
bill regarding its contents. When tho
members of cither IIouho aro sufficient
ly aroused, thoy diroct their shafts of
wit and Baroaam at uio oincr branch
respecting its want of deliberation in
pasting bills and appropriating tho
publio funds. Thoy aro equally guilty
howovor. Thu House has charged tho
Sonato with passing bills at tho rato of
120 per minute. Its record in passing
publio laws lias noon siiown to have
exooed this rate, but wasn t as ibsi as
that of thoIJouso. Tho prlvato bills
aro usually disposed of on ovenlng
sessions, when thoy aro usually dumped
liko a load oi coal n a bunoh. The
republicans of Congress seem to break
up camp, and woro perfectly regardless
of tho furniture. They havo certainly
acted in a manner this session that
would justify Duohrt fooling of dtWpair
on their part. They havo planned for
tho appropriation of enoogh money,
this ecmon, to pay me national iveoi.
After they go out, at tho next election,
they will probably try to raiio a sen
timent against their successors on ac
count of a lack of money to discharge
publio obligations and individual hopes,
created by tho gang last discharged.
The House silver bill has been re
ported back favorably from the Fi
nance committee to tbo Senato, and
offered as a substitute, by Mr. Morril,
i . i a . - t,Ml r. i ! f
ior iuu ovuatc diii. 11. uuuiaiiis im
portant amendments that materially
alter it in a direction unsatisfactory to
the free coinage men. Tho provision
making tho certificates legal lender is
struck out; also that maVing certificates
redeemable in bullion at the option ot
ho Secretary of tho Treaiuryj and
tbo section providing that when tbc
mantel price oi silver is i.uu ior
371 grains oi silver, it shall be lawful
to rcceivo bullion for coinage, and the
purchaso of bullion be suspended. Ho
was lollowed by Mr. reverts wno gave
a very interesting review of the history
of silver legislation. He said that in
1873 the two metals, gold and sliver
wero on a parity, and bad been since
1803. That no trado or law of nature
had broken that parity, but it had been
accomplished by tho "wit and wisdom
of man". That in 1873 Congress,
while in a hypnotiocondition, had pass
ed tho law demonetizing silver, which
eventually reduced it 30 per cent in
value. Mr. Vauco followed bim in de
nouncing tint act of Congress and
said that tho tariff laws had contribut
ed further in spreading bankruptcy
and ruin amongst the farming com
munity. Speaker Iteed, lait week, announced
tho appointment of Mr. Mills of Tens
to the committee on rules. He noti
fied tho Speaker that he declined to
serve. His friends say that his refusal
to rervo on a committee with the
Speaker is based upon personal grounds.
The peculiar rulings of tbo Speaker
during tho present session, and bis
utter disregard of the ordinary court
esties duo tho minority has provokod a
feeling of unfriendliness on the part
of Mr. Mills that would mako scrvico
on tho same committee distasteful to
A caucus of tho republicans will bo
hold on about tho 18th, to consider
suggestions to be offered by the spec
ial cominitteo now straggling with the
subject of federal elections. A bill
will undoubtedly bo provided contain
ing tho superviicry provisions and tho
worst features of tho bills introduced
by Messrs Howell, Lodge and Mc
Comas. Tho conference of the anli trust bill
has been rejected and another confer
ence orderod with instructions from
the House committo to recede from the
Edward K. Valentine, the republican
nomineo has boon elected Sargeant-at-Arms
of tho Senate.
The Ilouao do voted tho most of Sat
urday in paying tribute to the memory
of the late Samuel J. RandalL The
principal oration was delivered by Mr.
O'Ncil of Pennsylvania, who was fol
lowed by many others in unstinted
praise of tl e late statesman.
The flew Trans-Oontlnental Eonte.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & BT- PAUL
H0BTHE8AH PA0IFI0 E B.
Commencing Sunday, Juno 15,
1890, there will be established a through
lino of Iret-class vestibuled Pullman
sleeping cars running daily between
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, Helena,
Montana, Spokane Falls, Taooma and
Seattle, Washington, and Portland,
Oregon, making tho fastest time to and
from all points on Paget Sound and
the North Pacific Coast, and affording
an excellent through routo for passen
gers destined to California points.
West bound trains will leave Union
Passenger Station, corner Adams and
Canal Streets, Chicago, daily at 5:30 p.
m., arriving St. Paul 7:00 a. ra., Fargo
4:55 p. ra., Helena 1;15 a. ra., Spokane
Falls 6:00 p. ra., Tacoma 10:50 a. m.,
Soatle 11:15 a. m., Portland 0.30 p. ra ,
Theso tiaius will carry all classes of
passengers and will also provide the
finest dining car nerv' 3 between Chi
cago and the Paoiflo Coast. Trains of
all lines from tho East arrive in Chi
cago in amplo timo to make connection
with tho 5:30 p. ra. train from Chicago.
In addition to tho foregoing, special
Pullman sleeping cars for the famous
Yellowstone Park will bo attached to
those trains, thus affording during the
summer months a direct through car
lino to tho."wondrland" and tho Lake
Park region of tho Northwest Timo
-18 hours to Mammoth Hot Springs
Tho advantages to be secured by
purchasing through tiokets via a routo
composed of such favorably known and
well established linos as the Chicago,
Mi'waukoo & St. Paul and Northorn
Paoifio Hallways must bo apparent to
all first class travelers.
tickets, timo tables and further infoma
tion apply at City Office of Chioago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul H'y. at, No 207
C.ark St., or at Union Passenger Stat
ion, Chicago, or address F. A. Miller,
AsM't G. P. A., M. & St. P. H'y, Chi
AIM INST Til K SOUTH FOUR FISIIINO AND
PiTTSiiuito, Juno 12. An Ebons
burg, Pa., spcoial says: Notwith
standing tbo fact that over a year has
elapsed since tho Hood at Johnstown,
in whioh thousands of lives wero lost
and millions of dollars' worth of prop
erty destroyed by tho bursting of tho
South Fork fishery aud hunting club,
no suits, either criminal or civil, havo
been brought against tbo club In tho
Cambra county court, as threatcnod
just aftor tho terrible disaster. A
short timo after tho Hood a fund was
ralsod in Johnstown for tbo purpose of
making a test case against tbo club in
tho courts hero. Tho case was placed
in tho hands of savorol Johnstown at
tomoys and tho legal aspt-ot of tho
caso considered by thorn, but nothing
was over done. It seems highly itn
probablo at this lato day that tho club
will over bo prosecuted, at least by tho
sufferers in Cambra oounty, for main
taining tho fatal dam.
My room looked liko a drug Btoro, I
pad so many uoiues in it. i uo moro
T ilrmnil'lliii worso off I was Finallv. T
paid my doctor and told him lie neodn't
como any more. I was troubled with
Chronic Rheumatism, and couldn't get
out of bod alono. Six bottles of Sul
phur Hitters cured inc. MenJ. Fitch,
AiUwu Jloute, Botton 0-20 2U
Pennsylvania Railroad Man Tells of a
Remarkable Cure of Scrofulous
Mr. V.abj, who mixei the following ut
tntnt, Is a well known nurotd mui, run
ning on the rraniTlranU railroad between
GolnmbU, I'tnn., u4 rhltflelpblti
"I feel that I wish to tell whit bu been
done for us ind our little hoy bj Hood's Bar
sipartlU. He li now tlx rears of age, and,
until a thort time ago, has ever since birth
been a terrible sufferer from scrofulous
humor. Bores would appear on him and
spread until ther were at Urge as a dollar,
and then discharge, only to be followed by
others, to that the larger part of his bods
was one mass ot tores all the time. The
scrofula was especially seTere on his legs and
back ot his ears and on his head. Ills hair
was to matted that combing was someUmes
Impossible. Ills ears became so thin that wo
could tee through them, and were actually
Ariuro Titer worm crop orr.
Hit legs were so bad that sometimes he could
not sit down, and It was Impossible for him to
run about and pUj- like other children. Fre
qnenUr when he tried to walk, his leg would
crack open and the blood start from different
places. The humor had a Terr offensive odor,
and caused Intense Itching, to that at night
we had to tie his hands In mittens or stockings
to prevent his scratching and tearing himself.
We cannot tell
now that rooa nor icntiro
for nearly five years, nor how his terrible con
dition distressed us. We did all we could to
relieve him. Two or three physicians agreed in
calling It scrofulous humor, but did not effect
a cure. We tried salrcs and ointments and
other things but without benefit. At last I
decided to give blm Hood's Sarsaparllla, aa
XT DECOOTST RECOSOIZTDID IT.
In about two weeks the Barsaparllla began to
have effect. The tores commenced to heal
Take Hood's Sarsaparilla
Bahtbyandregglttt. UlslxforSS. Prepared only I Sold by an dreggUM. glslxfort. Prepared only I BoldbyallAngglits. 51 1 Hi for IS. Prepared only
by C L HOOD CO Apothecaries, LowsU, llul. by C L UOOD CO, Ayolfctcarlet, IjirtU, Mats, by C. 1. 1IOOI) CO ApothMarlei.Lowell, Mau.
IOO Doses One Dollar I
An adjourned court was held on Tues
day, Juno 17, at 9 o'clock a. m. Hod. E.
IU Ikelcr on the bench. Tbc following
order was made:
Now June 17, 1890, it Is ordered that the
following be added to the standing order
ot this court : That the first six cases on
the civil trial list be placed for trial in
their order after the criminal list, (or Wed
nesday ot the first week at 10 o'clock a. m.
In the event of either or all not being call
ed or reached for trial during said first
week, tbey shall not loso their precedence
aud standing on the list for the second
The following order was made In the
matter ot tho division ot Greenwood town
ship Into two election districts:
And now May 8, 1890, the report ot the
Commissioners dividing Greenwood town
ship Into two election districts is confiim
ed. That division as made by said Com
missioners lying west ot the division lino
shall be known as West Greenwood, and
the other shall be known as East Urecn
wood Election District.
In West Greenwood the elections shall
be held at the house now occupied by
Frank a Herring, In Mlllville, and in the
East district the elections shall be held at
the bouse now occupied by William Black,
At the next election and until others are
elected and qualified, the election officers
in Wett Greenwood shall be as follows:
Uriah P. McHenry, Judge, Ilenry Kis
ner, Inspector; Jacob E. YYclltver, Inspect
or; and in East Greenwood the following,
viz: David Albertson, Judge, George W.
Derr, Inspector, 1L J. Kline, Inspector.
By tho Court.
Koad in llcmlock near M. C. White
night's. Exceptions are dismissed, and
Isaac A. Dewllt, William Black and Hiram
It. Albertson appointed reviewers.
O. W. Hess et al vs. Bloomsburg and
Sullivan It. R. Co. Geo. W. Derr, Frank
Derr, Moses Havage, H. U. Hlrleman, Jr.,
G. W. Farvcr, Geo. W. McHenry and Miles
Everhart appointed viewers to aasess dam
ages. Sheriff's deed acknowledged to Hiram
Crouso tor property ot H. F. Savage.
Also to W. U. Rtiawn, irustece ot Mary
V. Rcay, for property of H. 8. Bcay.
W. B. Ilouck appointed guardian ot
ltachaol and Geo. M. Williams, minor
children of Charles Williams.
A. M. Johnson appointed guardian ot
Mahala and Clara George, minor children
of Ellas George.
Petition filed for writ of lunacy in estate
of Eve Btroh mover.
It. H Little Esq , appointed Matter and
examiner In D. h. & W. B, H. Co. vs. P. &
K. K. Go. and Bloomsburg Belt li. It. Co.
J. B. Itobiton Esq., appointed M aster
and examiner in Bloomsburg Belt It. It.
Co. vs. D. L. & W. II. It. Co.
E. U. Guie Esq. appointed auditor In ci
tato of John F. Fowler.
C. E. Gcyer Esq. appointed auditor In
estate of Samuel Loreman.
Court adjourned to July 1, at 9 a. m.
Mr. U. E. Yorks, who has been teaching
near Wllliamtport for the past year, return
ed borne Monday evening to spend bis va
cation and look after the trout.
The funeral of Charles Hobcrts, which
took place here ju Tuesday of last week,
was very largely attended. His age was 22
yrt., 4 mo., and 11 da.
Borne thing Is the matter with tbo oats,
but what it Is secmt only to bo a matter of
conjecture around here. Some say the
cold weather is the cause ot its dying
while others attribute It to tbo green lice
which we notice aro very full, lie It what
it may tho oats at present looks as If it
would bo a failure.
We notice a P. B. to "An Open Loiter"
In last week's Sentinel, It alludes to some
subject proposed by us in the The Colom
bian ot May 30. We are pleased to learn
that they haveinot remained unnoticed but
wo wish it distinctly understood, it it was
not stated plainly enough at that timo, that
wo wlllinot take tho time nor space to enter
any controversy on tbo subject ot pro
hibition. God's word is plain enough
for us. Wo only asked "Fair Play" a few
questions, the answers to which we
thought would Intercut the public general,
ly. That Is tbo object we had ia view, and
although we would so much like to write
our opinion, yet wo never could see any
good como from such personal contests,
wo will deny ourselves even tho commence
ment ot them. "Mark", however will ex
pect space to vindicate himself, should he
deem It necessary and proper at any time.
Tbo Directors increased tho wages of tho
Bcliool teachers so t iat it Is not necessary
for them to teach for $12 a month and
"board around" as we have heard they
formerly did in thU part of the county.
The (estiyal on Saturday afternoon and
evening was tbo most successful one ever
held In thls'place. Tbo total receipts were
over a hundred dollars leaving about
soventy.flve dollars net.
Iter. 8, P. Boon delivered an interesting
and Instructive sermon here on Sunday
evening. Hit text was Ps. 100, IS, Ilev.
Boon believes tnjprcacblng tho Gospel as
be finds It recorded In the Bible, without
clothing It In language to "tickle" tho er
merely, but preaches It In such a way that
It must touch the heart, or be ot nonejjtect.
up the fleth began to look more natnral and
healthy. Then the scales came off and all
over hit body new and healthy flesh and skin
formed. When he had taken two bottles he
was entirely free from tores, having only the
scan to show where they had been. These are
gradually disappearing. The little fellow was
rcu. or oHATrrccK
to nood't Barsaparllla when he found It was
curing him, and he would call for 'My medl
cine' when the time came for htm to take It.
We are unable to express our thanks for the
good Hood' Barsaparllla has done our little
A Later Letter
From Mr. Ruby states that his ton It now In
perfect health, has no trouble from the
humor, which Is entirely cured. He has
many inquiries about the recovery of the boy,
and advises all who suffer with such diseases
to try Hood's BarsaparUtr
What Can be Added
To the above statement to make more em
phatic the evidence of the cleansing effect of
Hood's Barsaparllla upon the blood T It
would seem to be the positive duty of aU who
suffer from any disease or affecUon caused by
Impure blood, to at least give Hood's Barsa
parllla a f sir trlaL Its many wonderful cures
have won for It the title of "the greatest
blood purifier ever discovered."
"Among the few proprietary articles I re
commend to customers Hood's Barsaparllla
Is one In which I place every confidence. My
patrons teem to have the same confidence,
judging from Its sale, which Is more than all
the other blood purifiers together." O. 1).
Lirrxz, Druggist, Ureensburg, Pa.
IOO Doses One Dollar
A Newspaper Family.
Will A. Steel has become a partner with
bis father, J. Irvln Bleel, In the publication
of the Evening Telegram, of Ashland.
Harry G. Steel, another son, continues as
local editor on the same paper. Charles
E. Btcel, another son, is editor and pub
lisher of the Mlnersvllle (Pa.) Fret Prat,
and two more of the brothers are associated
with him. This makes a father and five
sons all doing creditable newspaper work
atone time. It there is another family
that can beat this record, let us bear ot it.
Printer's Circular, Philadelphia.
Harry, son of Rev. Whitney, a cadet at
West Point Military School came borne
last week for the first time in four years.
During the heavy storm which passed
over our little village last Thursday, light
ning struck the spire of the Evangelical
churcb, making quite a wreck of it.
B. W. Drake ono day last week turned
out a new wagon for Mrs. Cbarlei Itelg
bard of Malnvllle which speaks well for
h. M. Pettit and family have returned
from Bbamokin. He will giro bis atten
tion to hauling stock.
A. B. Wblto is improving his residence
by way ot a new awning whole length of
front of the building and treating tho latter
to a new coat of paint.
Will Mcllck who Is engaged at Wilkes
Barre at printing is home on a visit to bis
J. M. Hulshlzer and wife are spending a
few days at Muncy visiting friends.
The "Sentinel" correspondent docs not
seem from appearance to think It much of
a success for the valley boys to come to
our town. We say come on boya never
mind what he says as he can't shine where
We offor Ono Hundred Dollaru re
ward for any case of catarab that can
not be cured by taking Hall's Catarab
P. J. CnENEYifcCO., Props, Toledo
We, tho undersigned, bavo known F.
J. Cheney for tho last J 5 years, and
believe him perfectly honorablo in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their Arm.
Vost fc Truar,. Wholesale Druggists,
Tolodo, O. Walding, Kinuan Ss Mar
vin, Wholesalo Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Cattarh Cure is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of tho a atom.
Testimonial sent free. 1'rico 75c. per
bottle. Hold by all druggists. G-20 1
The fouowlng Is a list of candidates for County
omortto be voted for at the delegate election
held Saturday August V, ltw, between the hours of
s and 7 o'clock p. in. Nominating convention
i ucaua? August ixiu.
For Associate Judqf.,
J. F. DERP,
of Jackson township
Fob County Commissioner,
of Beaver Township.
Fob Statk. Senator,
24th Senatorial Distbiot,
Fob District Attorney,
For County commi8hionf.ii.
For County Trkahureu.
of Roaringoroek Township.
For Associate Juikjb,
Fob County Commiibionf.r.
B. FRANK EDGAR,
Fun County Coumissionkb.
of Hemlock Township.
Fob Photiionotary fc Ci.kiuc of
G. M. QUICK,
oi Uloomsburg, Pa.
For County Treasured,
JOHN L. KLINE,
For County Commissioner
Wm. G. GIRTON
CHARLES Al, B LAKER
Prttty flood for a Stan of CO.
The following It from Mr. John Hlnei,
manufacturer cf enameled dies, who has
carried on business In Philadelphia since Oct.
9, ism, and whose testimonial in favor ot
Hood's Barsaparllla Is certainly worthy ot
"One year ago I was laid up tick with
pneumonia for 11 weeks. When I got over
that, my feet and legs swelled, were very
mueh Inflamed, and caused me much suffer
ing. The doctor said I had gout, which I did
not believe. I tried a number of cures, of so
avail. Then some one asked me to try Hood's
Barsaparllla. I did so. I took It three timet
a day, before meals. Refore I had taken one
bottle I began to Improve. I took In all fivs
bottles, which cured me and made me feel
well otherwise. I have had no return ot the
affection. Can walk ten miles every day,
which Is pretty good for a man M years old.
I feel grateful for the good Hood's Barsapa
rllla has done me, and have used my Influence
with a number of people to try It, and so far
with saUsfactory results." Jorrx nan,
North th Street, Philadelphia, Perm.
" About 7 years ago I had a cancerous tors
my nose, which grew to be very trouble
some and offensive. I concluded to try Hood's
Barsaparllla, and after using two bottles the
sore dlsapeared and healed up entirely. It
has been cured for two years with no ap
pearance ot Its returning. I am now In my
eightieth year and enJo)tng good health. I
feel It my duty to recommend Hood's Barsapa
rllla to all persons suffering from similar
troubles. Re sure to get Hood's." Josuit
lUavrr, Delmont, Westmoreland Co., Penn.
"The above certificate Is from Joslah
Harvey, Insurance agent, a gentleman well
known throughout Westmoreland county.
His statement In regard to the tore and cure
performed Is correct." Z. Zimmerman,
Druggist, Delmont, Penn.
K. 11. If you decide, from what you hare
heard or read, to take Hood's Barsaparllla, do
not be Induced to buy any other.
IOO Doses Ono Dollar
Foil Associate Jcixje,
H. P. EVERETT,
. E. M. TEWKSBUKV,
Fob Protiionotart & Clkkk ok thk
J. H. MAIZE,
of Bloomsburg, Pa.
Fob Heoister & Rf.coi:ikh
C. B. ENT.
of Scott Township.
Fob Countv Commissioner
of Scott Township.
For Register anij Recorder,
CHARLES H. CAMPBELL,
I:: American hmi h:m'i
Mt. Grotna Park, Lebanon Go, Pa.
AUGUST 17th to 23d, 1890, INCLUSIVE.
woo acres, romantic grove-, mountain scenerr.
pure water eprtnes, beautl'ul lake.
Ample railroad facuit'es, very low rates, quick
Canvam tent accommodations for lX) farmers
ana their IamlUs; rrodel Orange Hall, model
Farmera' Alliance HalL l&rra nnvniinn tnr nf-M.
cultrral discissions, manuroih audetoilum tor
entertainments numberlces attractions and
&uiu;uir-iia, kwj etju&ro leet oi pi&Liorms Tor
agricultural lmplemeu; exhlblu, acres to r mach
inery In mono n.
Good boarding at satisfactory prices, everything
Agriculturists invited from every part of Ameil.
arounds open Saturday, August 16th, oponlne
sermon by llev. T. Denltt Tannage, D7 D., 8a
h rijs ouorcuuiusiu oy inj trained
Kor full particulars address Exejutlve Com
mltteo American Fanners' Encampment, narrii-
KtUite orleter K. Knnnn. nr ninnmtfm
Notice is hereby klven that leturs ot adminis
tration on tbe estate of I'eter E. Knapp, late of
the town ot Dloomsburg, co jnty of Columbia, and
oufcu? ui i ciiua, ivuuiu, deceased, nave ooeu grant
(id to C. F. Knapp, admT., of Ulojmsbur;. Col Co..
ra., v wnom au persons irdebtsd to said estate
mjuau-u w uiiuo pixuieai ana tnoso nav
lb7 claims or demands will make known tbe same
v. r. KNATivAam'r.
"Notice Is herebrtrtveb to the tax.nirnra nf thn
Town of Uioomsburgbvthe undersigned that he
la prepared to receive Town taxea for thn reAr :Kun
at n's omce on the second door of the roii-orflce
l building, in said Town of Uloomsburg. Anr tax
vupaiu ai. -.uouxpirauou oi ininv -ays rrom this
uutiuu buuu uu paiu wim nve per centum penalty
JttneU.lSSO. 4t- UOUr. UUCKIMOIIAM,
ItBLIAIILE PUSniNO MEN to snll nhmn
Nursery Stock. comDlete assortment. KnipndM
SODDOrtUnltv offered for fcniinir wnrlr. M. anina:
;iucu utt.u huuu success, insay selling irom 110
iwj ijuipcmwjt. reuu ior itooi auu Testimonial.
a guuu pusuiag man wanieu nero at one.!
Liberal Terms and the best goods la the market.
Write FasoE Young, Nurseryman, Rochester,
N- Y. &--tt.
to canvaufor tie Kale arXursmi star.
SITUATIONS PERMANENT, 8ALAHY and EX.
BWUATluriB l-JtKMANKNT, SALARY and EX
PENSES FROM START, (iulck selling specialties.
lur terms, staling ai;e.
H.E.HOOKER GO , Nurservmen,
nccnester N. r.
Us. Pianos 1130. Catalogue free,
ALU) Daniel P. Watty. WashlnittoD. N. Y.
the w or lil. (Hir cUitit ui
Bttoqnulwl, and liBtfodsitaeu
ftjparior roods tvt will totidrt tl
M ttbovt. "Ussly tbtM vk writ
t n ! eoctfa srtAk o
t cksju. All yo kvf
ttlvi U to thow oar f o4t U
'ftuUr sjf tblt 4vactlsstti
thawrsi ihst amaJl asad tit Ota 11.
Ko?4. Ttt foUewbif est rtnt ik Dpparwc of It r(4sutl U
pBusjl Biua lb pan sjs ih vu ssi ibhviwsh, kw-
Mcf. u Urf U ttsur ts carry. Ha will Jo Lw yoa aawrt
tfm snfc from IMS to X U tUy l lt, fro so U lUrt.wUa
hi aipHft. fitttlM writ al . W mt ill ipr)M siitis.
144nM. U-UUJiTT s CO.. t ttBV, 0TLAX, kLuAm.
-Zrf r Vr for Xrn. stops aJI tiD. tainiM
xwtfort to ih feet. 16a t Driirri-t-T lidr& cZZx y.
ZZ m . ' mtM i m. iwt r.nml J lur .lull WUiul
HENRY M. STANLEY
"IN DARKEST AFRICA"
Ttie eomplele story nf Stsnlcy'i roeent Ihrllllng
uJicnluro. and Die dlu lu.ure uf lilt linnoftsut ills,
cnxrtes will appear fnr tlioflrrt llmoln the work
avrlltrn ly lilmsrir, inllileil "In lkitlit
Africa." la two vumei, irufuu)y lllu.lntfd,
price S3.J3 rr volume. Do not ledilteil by any
of tun so-called "Stanley book." now betog offrml
as " gtnulno " and " autht nilc." To no one of I Lew
has Suolty contrlbnud a line,
ARPNTQ -Th0 work l' sold by subscrlp
nuulllu, lion only. Wo are now ready to
appoint tsursiwn. Applicants thould state eipcrL
euce. llruiemUr that hlunley's uuu book,
the only ono In which he lias a lroual lotcrctt.
Mill bear our Imprint nu ilio title pa;o. Address,
Charles Scriljiier's Sons
llllkmnn ani dalirmen. You mn irr.m ,niii
cream t.esh a week without uMttu, ri.nrnn0i..
ly healthful. Noeipense. Bend lot sampla and
circular. THil'aisisviUHaMru. lw..
w veau sw., Nf none
ATM UI UfL tsWkMM
Comes to the front with a complete new Spring mul Summer Stock
Men, louths, JJoys, and Llnluren. The iintest atyies ot
HATS H CAPS I SHIRTS I
COLLARS AND NECKWEAR.
The enlargement of Bushier and the large trade made accounts for our having well-made
Clothing and not thoe that are now made and cut to sell for auction.
&Tho largest and choicest line of Clothing, Hats, Cap3, Trunks and Gents' Furnish
ing Goods in Columbia and Montour Counties, Pa.
Everybody is interested in
Wall paper at this time of year.
Although the papering season is
nep.ring its close, the demand for
good papers at bottom prices
still continues. We are still
giving satisfaction to everybody,
both in prices and display.
Wall paper of every grade,
design and quality, and prices
to Buii all.
t Remnants of from three to
six rolls at wonderfully low
prices. Special sale of remnants
this and next week. Don't put
off papering until fall or next
spring for in all probibihty you
will never again have the bar
gains we now offer,
Come and see our stock
whether you buy or not as it is
no trouble to show goods which
have led the market this season.
W. H. BROOKE & CO.
lly virtue of sundry writs lsued out ot tho
Courtot Common Pleas of Columbia Co., Pa., and
to me direcwd there will bo sold In tho Sheriff's
offluj in tho Court House, illoomsburj. Pa., on
SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1890,
at 10 o'clock in tbe torenooc
All that certain lot or piece of ground situate In
Benton township, CoL Co. Pa., bounded and dea
crlbed aa follows, to-n .t: On the north by land ot
John Bellas and John Keefer, on the east by lands
of William Smith and road leading to Cambra, on
the south by road leading to Cambra, and on the
west by lands of Joseph Hess estate, containing
of land, more or letu, part ot which Is Umbered
and another part of said land contains a good ap
ALSO All that certain lot or pleeo ot ground
situate In said townthlp and county, bounded and
described as follows:On tho north by land of Peter
Laubach, on the east and south by land ot William
Smith, on tho west by road leading from Ulll.
water to Minor Smith's .store, contaln'ig SIX
ACHES ot land m re or leis, whereon Is erected a
ALSO All that certain lot or piece of ground
situate in Benton township atoresUl, bound l
and described as follows: On the north by other
land ot John Keefer, on the east by a road leading
from Stillwater to Minor Smith's store, and on the
south and west by lands of nillam Smith, con.
talnlng ONE ACHE ot land more or lens,
ALSO The life Interest and all the right, title
of the defendant, John Keefer, In all that certain
lot or piece ot ground sltuaw In Benton township
aforesaid, bounded on the north by land of Char
les Keefer, on the west and south by land of Hilt.
Uam 6mlth, aud on the east by publio roa. con.
talnlng ONE ACHE of land more or lev, whereon
aro erected a
Frame Dwelling House,
barn, sprlngho ise and other outbuildings.
ALSa All that certain lotjor plc:e of ground
situate In Beaton township, bounded on the north
and west by land of Charles Keefer, on tho pouth
by land ot John Keefer, and on the out by toad
leading from Stillwater to Minor Smith's store,
containing one acre ot Und mire or less, whereon
are erected a wool shed an t pig pen.
Scliod, taken Into execution at the'sult of f lark
Callender eiecutorof Joupa lla djceasod, vs.
John Keefer et al an J to b) sold as tbe property
of John Keefer,
JOHN II. CASEY, Sheriff.
Vend. Kx. and Vi. Pa.
HE is veiy much dtllgbtcd. While Id
riilhilclplila recently ho called on
E. O. THOMPSON, thn w,.lll,nn.n
Clothier anil Importer, No. 1338 Chestnut
Bt., (opposite la Mint), and bought an
elegant Ulsck- Fancy Cheviot Butt for $18.
CO, titicll a Slllt would lmvn rr.it l,lm
Twenty Dollars at home. Had he not
uceo in me clly Uo could have sent his
nams and address on a nostal canl nr In .
letter and received by return mall samples
m various cioms, also slmplo gullo for
talilopr his own measures, frvn nr rii.rn
Any one can order from Mr. Thompson by
mmi wim iuu lamu satisiacuon as by call.
Ior in person.
SALESMEN on SAT.A'R.V
WANTED. All eipenaca paid, to sou all tho lead
ing varieties and speclalUM la norsery atonic. aT.
drew U. a runup, Nujrirjnienrwecie!Srv K ,,
Imgmim ftev pfta9
Seduced to 40 aad 45 cents to DIose Out
12 to 30 YARDS LONG,
NEXT DOOR TO I.
MAIN ST., BLOOMSBURG,
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF
or Olli CJLOTH,
YOU WILL FIND A NICE LINE AT
W. H. BMOWIE'S
2nd Door abovo Court Houso.
A new lot of Window Curtains received this week.
SPRING! SPRING !! SPRING!!!
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A nMINISTRATOU'S NOTICK."
Ala nfJohn a. Quick, of Montour Urn arfit
iS fSJ ll WWlam MeniiU ot 'ffipert
of the mo3t Select Clothing lor
"NV. II All TM AN & SONS.
Iilc size Crayons; pho
tographs all sizes, in
correct styles and per
fect finish, colored
photographs, large or
small, frames a n d
WfiKor Boldlers. Widows and pondeut iie.atlvea
Cleric 0. a. i-enslon omoa Sli etorworMctS.