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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
J. 2. BlttonSenlor., J Haltorii
FKIDAY, NOVEMBER, 7, J 800.
ies all over the
Democrats Carry the
State by 17.000
"TURN ON THE LIGHT."
The result of Tnesday'fl "election
will Drove to bo the death knell of the
Republican pnrty. Robert E. P.itti
son is elected Governor of 1'ennylva-
nia, by 17,000 majority. I ho balance
of tho t'okot is in doubt.
Mittrew Stanley Quay will have to
try some other year beloro lie owns ".i
little governor ot his own, aim sena
tor Delamater will have to postpone
doing tho things he promised in the
Bloomsburf! Opera Houso to do,
"when I am Governor.''
All over tho country great Demo
cratic majorities are reported, oven
Wisconsin and Massachusetts being
claimed by them.
Seoretary Blaine and Candidate
Delamater vehemently averted that if
tho Republicans lost Pennsylvania
this year, tho Presidential campaign
of 1892 would certainly result in Dem
ocratic victory. If thay are not falso
prophets, we have killed two birds
with one stone.
Wo cotigratnlato Mr. D. A. Becklcy j
on tho magnificont results of his two
week's canvass for Delamater in this
county. Under his skillull leader
ship the republicans have succeeded in
keeping tho democratic majority in
Columbia county down to something
mors than 2,800, which though it is
reater than ever before, is still not so
largo, as it might have bctn if Mr.
Beckloy had spent a whole month from
bis officj in llarrtsburg showing the
local republicans how to run things.
Liiten to tho chttrful warbling of
the Philadelphia Press of Wednesday,
the day after tho election, bearing in
min 1 tho fact that Pattison is elected
by a fair majority, now conceded by
the same paper.
"After ono of the hardest fought battles in Us
history tun llepubllcan party haagaln carried
l'ennsrlranli, and Senator Delamater has teen
elected OoTernor liy a majority which pr mlscs to
reach, It It does not considerably exceed, 25.C00.
ToUovernor-eloot iMlamater. who at the begin
nine put tho campaign upon it broad and high
plane, and who turned baclc a stream ot lclous
Srsnnal defamation, and whose worlc throughout
as ban characterized by tho most exalted mo
tires as well as untiring energy In beha'.f ot bis
party, this victory Is largely due.
William M -Aleer defeats Richard
Vaux for congress in Philadelphia,
Mortimer P. Elliott is elected to
Congrossin the 10th district.
Russell Karns has a majority ot
150 in Sullivan county, for tho legis
lature. Johu B. Reynold, democrat, is
probably doieitod by Geo. II. Shook
for congress in Luzerne uouuty.
Berks, Northampton, and York
oouaties are tho only ones that givo
larger democratic majorities than
Warwick democrat defeats MoKin
Foul mouthed Cannon Republi
can, of Illinoi', is defeated. ,
Lodgo of Massachusetts, Republican,
the author of the force bill is dofoated.
Ammennan demoorat defeats Con
Crawford County, Delaroatcr's coun
ty which gave Beaver 1100 majority
in 1880, went democratic, and Dela
mater's own town, Meadville, gives
largo democratic gains.
The democrats will have 130 major
ity iri tho next Congress. A gain of
150 over the last Congres. One of the
first aols of tho new Congress should
be id re ject Reed.
Wo oftr Ono Hundred Dollars re
ward for any caso of catarrh ihat oan-
not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props, To
We, tho underiigndd.haveknown F.
.T. Chenev for tho last 15 years, and
helirivfl him ner'cctlv honorable in all
business transactions, and financially
ablo to carry out any obligations mado
by ti'oir linn.
West & Tuuax. Wholesale DrngfiistP,
Toledo. O. Waluino, Kinkan &
Marvin, Wbobeal.- Druggists, Toledo,
HallV Cv irrh Oo is taken Intern
ally aefng lii.eotly upon tho blood aDd
mucous sui faces of the yntm. Tinti
moulaU Bent froe. Price 75o. per hot
.Ho. Sold by all druggiatJ. 10-17 4-t.
Frobbltation la Nebraska.
HRV. PH. I.. ZAHNEtl's VIEWS.
Tho following Is quoted from tho
At a recent mectlnc of tho Omaha
ministerial union, Rov. Mr. Holt intro
duced a set of resolutions which rccotn-
monded that tho churohos of tho stato
observe Sunday, Novembor 2, as a
ptohilmory atnontlmont tieia day,
anil that an appropriate sormon on tho
duty of Christian voters In regard to
tho ponding election bo preached, and
tho sinows of war bo cofectcd to fight
nnti-prohibltlonists at tho polls.
To obtain tho trend of opinion
among tho clergy regarding tho reso
lution a representative of The lice call
ed on soveral eminent elorgymon of
various denominations and asked them
whether thoy would obsorvo tho day
Tho first gontlomineoon wasltov. T.
S. Fitzgorald, S. J., of St. John's cburoh
at Creighton college After reading
tho resolution, tho rovcrond gentleman
"Wo havo nothing whatever to do
with that resolution. Wc regard tho
question of prohibition as a political
ono without question, and as such, ono
ontirely out of place in tho pulpit. If I
wore approaohed on tho subject and
asked to call n meeting for such a
purposo I should simply refuse. I shall
ignore tho question of such a field day.
As a church, wo will not move in tho
matter I am very suro."
Rov. W. J. Ilarsha said that ho had
beeu at the meting in quostion but, as
the subject was ono which be could not
consistently countenance, he had quiet
"I will not support it." bo said, "as
it is a politionl question, and as such
tho tenets ot tho Presbyterian ohuroh
will not allow its introduction into tho
pulpit. I bclievo in allowing every
man to vote as his conscience dictates,
and I nroposo to advocate nothing in
tho pulpit of a politioal nature. Several
of tho prominent members of my church
in session denounced the whole matter,
and you may say that my cburoh will
not act in thij matter."
Rev. Dr. Zihnor, rector of All
Saints' church had seen tho resolution
in point, and, replying to the reporter's
question slid: "No, this church will
not observe tho day as recommended,
but the presiding bishop has sent out
a request to the clergy that November
10 be set apart us a day on wnicti the
great subject of temperance ua present
ed to tho ptoulo. II prohibition bo
adopted, I do not think it would last
long, It could not be enforced and
eventually bo kill d by publio senti
ment. If prohibition would prohibit,
I should bo for it and I think that be
fore many years the question willeolve
itself, and future generations wonder
that their progressive fUgife, eniigntened
ancestors entered into suoh a fight.
Poisonally I hopo that the arunndment
will pull a vote large euough to awak
en a temperance feeling of tho right
sort amongst tho people. The prohibi.
uou movement is seeking success upon
a political and fa atical basis, and as
such the cburoh cannot support it.
With reforonco to tho resolution in re
gard to a field-day it met with a very
cool reception, Mr. Holt Seeking to bo
its olnel cnampiop."
Kev. U. T. Ulauuer ot &L Mary
Magdaleno's ohuroh, said:
"As a t.Iiurcb, wo have nothing what
ever to do with the movement. We
believe in temperance in all things, but
tho Roman Catholic church has coth
ing to do with polltios and will advo
cato no politioal question in its pilpits.
wo win noL support tne iiruiuuiuua
field day resolution."
Says: Whilo on the coast of Africa I
had tbreo men sick with malarial fever
I cured them with Sulphur Bitters. It
is tho groalcst bloou punherl oyer saw.
I always keep them in ray medicine
chest. Ship Nautilus, Baltimore
Prevents Lung Ferer and
cures Distemper, Heaves,
1 pound in each package.
SoM by iUdealcr.
DR. BULL'S BABY
Regulates the Bowels!
For tha cure of
HULL'S Coughs, Colds,
and for the relief of
J'HICII 23 GTS,
For Bale by all drnwliti.
CUnrr'K'S CUBEB CIOARCTTCS for Ca
OMVAC tarrtl Prlc$10CU. Atoll Ungfltu.
John R Townsond. chairman of tho
DcmooratloCounty Committee conduct
ed tho c.uniiaigii with vigor and intolll
gence, and ho Is ontitlod to tho orcdit
for tho largo tnajorl.y, for ho used
ovory possible effort to attain success.
Mr, Townsond Is a thorough Demoorat
and a progressive citizen, and his In
telligent services to tho publio havo
boon frequently recognlz'Kl., Wo bono
mat no can bo tnuuoou to retain tho
position of chairman, though it has
been a tax upon his timo.
Through lusty proof reading and
oaroless corrections tho address of
Chairman Townsond as it appeared in
this paper was somewhat mixod in tho
first sentence. The ommlssion of the
word "of and tho insertion of a semi
colon before tho word "unscrupulous"
makes it apponr n Mr. Townsond
wroto it, In justice to him wo mako
tho correction tlibugh his well known
lltprary ability makes it unnecessary to
do so, as any ooc would know that tho
error was that of tho printer and not
of tho writ r,
TUc Half e For Colored Cent.
Within the last flvo years there hag becrj
a gradually Increasing demand for colored
gems, until now tticro Is a rago for theso
jewels. It began, Messrs Bailey, Uanks fc
Blddle, tho (treat jowelcrs of Philadelphia
say, with tho Huby which was a very popu
lar stone, and Is yet. The Bappbire, of
which tlicio aro severs', colors instead ot
one, as generally supposed followed. Then
came tho Emeralds, and tho scmt-prcclous
stones, that Is, stones which have not the
hardness nor gpcciflo gravity of tho pro
clous ones. Among 'tho former class
which aro very popular aro tho Spinel of
various colors, American and Indian
Tourmaline, Topazes and other;. They
aro effectively used with Diamonds In
bracelets, Hogs and lu largo articles of
jewelry, such us brooches add pendants.
This standard brand of plug
tobacco is acknowledged to be
the best chew and the largest
piece for the money in the mar
ket. Vinco tin tag on each lump.
Its extensive sale for many years
has established its reputation.
There is nothing better.. Try it
For sale by dealers and grocers.
By virtue of a writ ot Lev. Fa. Issued out ot the
Court ot Common Pleas of Col. Co. Fa., and to me
directed, there will be sold at the court nouso,
Bloomsburg Pa, on
MONDAY, DEORMBER 1, 1890,
at o'clock p, m., the fouowlng: All those two
certain contiguous lots or pieces of ground situ
ate In Conrngbam, CoL Co,, Pa., bounded on the
west by land ot 0. 0. Murphy, on the north by
the publio road leading from Centralla to Glrard
vllle, on the east and south by lands of Locust
Mountain Coal Co., said two lota contain together
In front Fifty (90) feet and extending that width
In depth Ono nundred and Forty Feet (140) on
which are erected
TWO DWELLING HOUSES
Sclzed, taken Into execution at the suit ot The
Miners and Laborers' Sa.ng Fund Association
versus Edward Oeraghty and Cella Qeraghty his
wife in right of said wife, and 'to bo sold as the
property ol Cella oeraghty.
By virtue of a writ ot Fl. Fa. Issued out of the
Courtot Common rie? . ot Col. Co , Pa., and to me
directed, there w.U bo sold at the same time and
place the following: All that certain lot or piece
nt land situate In Jameson City, Col. Co., Pa.,
bounded as follows, to-w.t: On tho north by lot
of Minerva Bowell, on tho east by Broad Street,
south and w jtiny lot ot A. 1). Croop, containing
l orty Feet In Front and One Hundred and Twenty
Feet In depth, whereon are erected
A DWELLING HOUSE
Alio: All that ceitaln lot or piece of land situ,
ate In Jamesm City, Col. o , I'a., bounded as fol
lows, to-wlt: On tho north by seventh street, on
tho cast by the Blooxsbure and Sullivan Kali
road Co, or. the foum br the Bio msburg and
Hullivnn llallroad Oo. and the Flshlngcreek Lum
ber Co., and on the west by Broad street, con
taining Oio Hundred and sixty Feet In front on
Broaa Street, and Eighty-Six feet In depth, where
on are erected a Planing Mdl, Wheelwright Shop
Outbuilding and Trestle,
Betted, taken Into execution at tho suit ot Grant
Ilerrlog Trustee versus Peter , bult, and to be
sold as the property ot Peter J, Bult.
Bucxixaiux, JOHN B. CASEY,
U-T-ts. Atty. Sheriff.
JUilOUS FOR nEuliHUEU TEltM.
Berwlck-J. n. Hoyt, Wai. M. Stephen ant J. U.
llloom Doucrlas Hughes.
Cavissa-o. o. h. uostenbauder and Wm. O.
Centralla Uarner rvye.
Centre tleorgfl Hurt ram.
caoyngham Andrew Kaln,
Oucnwojd A. J D r .
lleinio-sK Mnaon Heiciia't.
Locust 'eremtab FaUnngcr.
Montour Arthur Hoberts, Win, a Ilejchard, John
Orange Calrln llerrlnt,'.
uoariDgcreeic u. w. uang.
Pine Wm. o. Ulrton.
Scott-Calvin Herring. Jacob Terwllllger, Geo,
4.uvio buu o. u. miner.
to sell our Nursery Stock. Salary, Expenses and
Dicauy euuuuYuieuii Kuarmimuu.
C11ASK UltOTUKUS COMPANY,
mos. 0 & 11 W. Hochenwr, N.Y.
Traveling and local, to sell our choice Nursery
sioc't, rmi selling specialties in narar jruus, eta.
Mpienuia outni ireo. meaay employment guaran
teed. Your pay weekly. Wi lie for terms. (!(
MANIA Nl'liltKItY CO. HOCIIESTKIC.N. Y.
Nov. & Jan.
Table of votes Cast in Columbia County, Tuesday, November 4th, 1890,
Cf tawissa , ,
Orange , .
a 2it2h S!tlj2!
I a 1 n 1 j 1 i
Governor Lt, Gov'r Int.A'frs A. Judge Congress
2055 4586 2087 4506
1 1' Gl
Comity Com, j Auditors Siir,
60 1 60
Wa : f t ;.i .1 . . . . 1
In the mot nnclent nd mojt general ol all
diseases. Scarcely a family Is entirely free
from It, tvlille thousands eterywhere are Its
aufferlng slares. Hood's SarsaparlUa has
had remark.iblo success In curing erery form
of scrofula. Tho most setere and painful
running sores, swellings In tho neck or
goitre, humor In the eyes, causing partial
or total blindness, yield to the powerful
effects of this medicine. It thoroughly re
moves every trace of Impurity from the
blood and builds up the weakened aystem.
"My llttli danghter'i life wai ared.'aa
w believe, by Hood's SarsaparlUa. Before
she was tlx montha old she had 1 running
scrofula sores. One physician advised the
amputation of ono ot her fingers, to which
we refused assent. When we began giving
her Hood's SarsaparlUa, a marked Improve
ment was noticed and by a continued use of It
her recovery was complete. And she Is now,
being seven years old, strong and healthy,"
B. a Jonks, Alna, Lincoln County, Me.
N. D. He suro to get Hood's.
Bold by drugitHti. fl ilxforjis. Prepandonly
vj v. . uuuu s tAi., Apoinecani,xxiwtii,Mau,
Soldbydrugglita. fllUfort5. rreprd only
Ono Dollar J IOO Poses Ono Dollar
every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF
Cured. Write for sam pie'
caric, ti, j.
S3TAUI.13I1BD 40 TEAK8.
New copyrighted novelties, containing elegance ot
style and excellence ot quality wllu moderate
prices. Bend for Illustrated Catalogue.
14 West 14tu Bt., Nw Yora city.
r0 UONTItiOToilS AND I1UILDEK8.
fr..... ... .... .v.. v...
eeaiea propouais wii w icwiicta iu. ,ua uuuu
Ing ot an addition to the Columbia county Court
House located In Bloomsburg, I'a., until haturday,
Kov 8th, at it o'clock M. I'roposaW must be ac
comparted by an approved Bond ot ten thousand
dollars Jor tne falinlul performance of the con
tract, and the commissioners reserve the right to
upViaoatlonswlliboat the coTamlialoners omce
JC ... .h. nf A . a wcrnpr. flmhlfpct. Will.
UiMDOrt, l a., ou and after Iiondiy, October S7tU.
commmU4poerS9( Columbia Co.
Bloouioury, I'a., Oct. S3, 1690. tl.
TlliVKIlRK .lUIlOHS-SST WEEK.
Beaver Samuel Rllniraman.
Benton Bowman Crawford, a. W. Kanouso, O.
Berwlck-rA, fniele, Moats Mantle and B. B. Bow.
Bloom wm. Uabb, Mathlas Applemao, W. (.,
Evans, u. u. Baker, II irrr Kornwa'd. O. B.
tuvage, W. K. ltlnker and Samuel Shaffer.
Briarcreek C. II. Krlu, L. J. Alams, it. o. V,
Kshlnka and Chas. woinurer.
Catawlaaa Jea Actiey, 1). K. Huploy and Lloyd
Centralla Joseph Padden.
Conynguani Uarry J. Weller.
Pranklln-Hter 8, Ford
Greenwood L. 1. Yeauer.
Hemlock-K. It. lkeler, Jacob Harris and Henry
Jackson-J. W. Fritz and Jno. V. Vannitta.
Locust Adam Marks and W. II. BUUg.
lladlson (leor llartman.
Mimin-K. lt. workhelser.
Montour w. m. jnouroe.
Oranie Uarrlson Conner and J. B. Ilarman.
line J. It. Fowler, John Totter and Hurley Hhoe-
Scot -B. a. Waples, W. E. Deltterick, Daniel
U'Artman anil l!rttt MhnriAP
Bugarloat Arloh Uolder and Herbert Hess.
THAVEIWB JDKOlla JHO WEEK.
Beaver Martin Johnson.
Benton A. T. Ikeler.
Berwick-Cbas. Haas, Kiigene Leehard and F, U,
Bloom a A. Kleini, Elmer MeBrlde, Ezra Brown
aod Joa, ltalblon.
Brlarcrcek-U. II, bltler, Emanuel Yost, 11. U. Ka,
Catawlaaa Cn as Krelgb.
Centre T. 1). strouse aud C. II. Crrder.
Conyngham Jan. Monagnan, cuas. ;Qallagher
Greenwood Joseph o. Eves and Nehemlah Hitch
Hemlock John 8. NflliarL
Jackson K. J, cole, II, J, Ulrleman and Wm.
lladlioa John M. Mordan.
Waln-Holoraon Deaner, il. 11. Celger, W, K. BbU'
W4U Bun n. il, um
Montour Fiancls Leldy.
orange -K Hioan and tttlas Conner.
Boanngcreek Dart a Long.
fccott-L U I'ctllt.
m'a for our nirtlcd Nurrv
U aLtlcCltliock. Salary and expenses or
(oinmusion paio. run ouiuuh ijjw inues
fl y, C.lic Co., Nurierymen, Kocnester, M v
THAT CAN BE RELIED ON
KTot to Split!
JSTot to Dlsooloy I
BEARS THIS MARK.
HKCDI NO LAUNDERING. OAN BS WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT.
THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF
COLLAR IN THE MARKET.
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF
or OMi CfiOTHT,
YOU WILL FIND A NICE LINE AT
2ud Door aboyo Court Hourc.
A new lot of Window Curtains received this week.
THE POSITIVE CURE.
I ELY BROTHERS, H Warren Bt, Hew York. Price 60 eti.1
Estate or J. r. Cra Ig, iteceatea.
The undersigned, an auditor nnnnintAii hr thn
Orphans' court otcolumbu county, to make dis
tribution ol baUnca In tho hands ot accountant,
will sit at C. 1). Jackson's office in tne town ot
nerwcir, county atoresald, on Monday, November
Stt), mo, at 2 o'clock p. in., when and wbe.e all
parties having cla'ms against Btld estato, must
appear and prove the same or Da debarred train
coming In on said f nnd. a I'. II AN LY,
Mitchell's Belladonna Plasters.
Endorsed by every physician as a sure rare
for 1'aln or Weakness In the llreast. Side,
BukoiUmUi alto for XJver Complaint,
Weak tunes, Coagln, Colds, Aitbma,
rieQl-lsv. dliliniltvln hratklnc. Ar.. In !! nf
which cases they give reUef at once. Sold.by
. ' uiii t i pcui uj mu lor a5 ccnu.
Novelty Plaster Works, Lowell, Mnss.
U 7 4',
Hate of Iteuben II. Datls, late of Benton toienih tp
Notice Is hereby trlventuat letters or atimintq.
tratlon on tae estate rf Heuhen II. navls. lath n?
Hie township ot il'nton, oounly ot ColumMa and
oluui i-euasyivania, aacoasa, nve neen grant
ed to c. L. Uavli ot Beuton, col. Co., I'a., to whom
all persons lndebttil to mld estate are requested
to make payments, and thosi hiving Hal ins or de
mands will make known the same wlttout delay
to 8.UUVVIS. Adrn'r.
it. BocxiHoaiu, Benton,
Notice Is hereby given to all lecr&tees. credltora
and other persons interested In the estates ot the
respective decedents and minors that the follow-.
Ing administrators', executors', gutrdlans ac
counts haie been tiled In the omee ot the HeUtor
at Columbia county and win bo presented for con.
uiiuiiuuu auu aiiuwuuou in lue urpuaas' uourt, to
be held in Bloomsburg, December 1st, is jo. at
o'clock p7 to. of sail ifij;
no. l. First and final awount of Jeremiah Pah.
ringer and llachael Vahrlner, administrators of
the estate of Harmon Pahrlnger, lata ot Locust
fy'ti-vi. vo, uuceasea.
No. j. First and final account of Louisa wolf,
administrator eta. ot llenrr Wolf, late of the
town ot Bloomsbursr, Col. Co., deceased.
No. a. First and Cnal ancount of Levi Michael
and V. 1'. uearhart, administrators of Daniel
uearhart, late of Beaver twp., cot Co., deceased.
No. 4. The account of II. Frank Zarr, executor
ot Catharine lutter, late of Catawl&ia, col. Co.
No. 0. First and anal account of Wesley Bow
man, executor of liarah Kelra. late ot Orange twp.
CoL Co., deoeased.
No. a. second and final account of Wesley Bow
man, executor ot Jahn Kslrq, lata ot Orange twp.
'0L Ca. deceased.
Na T. First and flnal account ot I!va Itupert,
administratrix d.b. n. o t. a. or Marr ltunort. late
ot Bloomabuiv, col. Co., deceased.
No.! First and final account of Eva itupert.
administratrix a u a. rf Harriet Itupert, late of
Bloomsburg, Col. Co., deceased
No. . First and anal account of c, W. Miller,
executor ot Magd ilena Bredbetmcr, Uti of Beaver
twv, CoL Co., deceased.
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Jg LEO riO N KUTICK.
ThefttockhollersoC the Manor Hot Inu mm
F any will meet at the omco ot urn K Klwu.l, la
ne town of Bloonuburgou Tuesday Nov. ll, w.
at 1 o'clock lu the atwrnojn, for I Li purpo.o of
ceieilK nine direcors to servo for the insung
year, and to transact any other business ttiat may
coma colore them. UKO. If. ki-WULL,
Write Your Name
Hull to K. O. THOMI'dON, 183d
Chestnut Htiibbt, (Opposite tlii
Mint), Philadelphia, ami receive ,in
return samples of Superior KuglitL
Cheviot from which "ThornpsonV
Pattnl O it" ptola aro m k.i.
Silr.mcviiro D'anki1, Tjij nni
nil dirocllom "How to OMu
'int' hy mill" uut with all
The undersigned, surviving executor of the last
will and testament of Bicklcl Cole, late ot sugar
loaf township, In Columbia county, renna., now
orrcrs at private sale a large body of tho most de
sir ble real estite to be found In the township.
lt coasts or a tract of land lying upon both
sides of the Flshlngcreelt, and comprising In tho
That portion of lt which Is upon the west side
of the crecK has the following Improvements and
advantages, to-wlt. A largo frame
formerly Kent a a notcL a frame llulldlnz erect
ed for and occupied as a country store, a large" '
frame building erected and occupied as a tenant
hsuso, and also outbuildings, Paw mill, && It Is
well wooded and has a considerable quantity of
excellent fruit. It is accessible by two public
roadi and a county bridge, and also by the liloom s
burg & Sullivan railroad, and lt contains about
The remainder of the tract lying upon the east
side ot tho creek, is also ao lesslbli br two publio
ruads and a couuty bridge aoross Flshlngcreelt to
the railroad. Tho Improvements are a large barn
$c, the whole tract having been occupied as the
homestead farm. This ploce contains about
It nlllba sold together or In parcels as may be
deemed most expedient. The sale will bo by the
acre. A draft ot the land with the Improvements
roads, ic, can bo seen in the bands of the execu.
tor at the b inking house ot the Bloomsburg flank
ing Company, whero also Inquirers may learn
terms ot sale, to.
Aug. Ll M0. 11. II. GltOTZ, Kxocufor,
tl' liloomsburg, ra.
Are you using the old fash
Ion rubbing board in doing your
washing? II you are it will pay
you to investigate into the mer
its of our New
Pattern Hats and Bonnets,
We4liBmla.y9 ScptcBBibcA 17th.
MISS H. E. WASJLEY,
NEXT DOOlt TO I. W. IIARTMAN & SONS.
FREE OP CHARE,
Alter trying it we named it
the "Lightning," because it
struck us as being the right
name for such a
Rapid Working Machine
as to the top pullwmg and so
called washing machines.
CLARK. 1 HAKDliK,
9-19-3111 Catawissa, Pa.
deadly HMe Oothtog!
$ijh Latent Ceifcs !
Lowest Prices I
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE LARGEST STOCK
Fall and Winter Clothing for
Men, Youths' and Children,
Ever Brought to Tin's County.
Children's Suits of all Styles. Como and See for Yourself.
Wn ..r, n',.:., i.i i. 2i ., , .
u ..w uiimg um biuuk. out uiey are tne latest goods,
just received, and more on tho way. Our large store room is
filled, and we invite you to call and see and make selections
from the latest styles.
Suits sold for $3.50 and upwards. Wo havo nlso,
Hats, Caps and Furnishing Goods.
In our Merchant Tailoring Department wo can furnish
you tho Best Goods at Low Prices and guarantee satisfaction
Call at once at
UD! roll's NOl'I 'rJ.
KHate a Uorri C. Slonn, olfco (owl 0 Vlaomi.
The undesigned. aaaullUr a isolated by the
o piuns' Court or mm ail tco'jntr, fa, to mike
dii rltui Ua nt the Mint m th" hmdsot the euvu
.or, m honby hi Unit uooouav to and atnouir i
epanU'srnilUelllieielo will sit at hi onl
mlheTownof liloomiijii g, co m'T atoms Ud, oo i
Monday, Nu'o-nber 1,1, lym at 9 o'clolc a. m,'
Mheauu.1 whrre alt a r'ltu haili? ctiima mm.i
sppoarsnd prve he s.iuie, or no debarred from
coming In on said fund.
N. U. FUNK, Auditor.
CORNER MAIN AND IRON STREETS.
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JSaSgS-l IHEUMATISM, KIDNEY PAINS, LAME BACK, &c.