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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
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Entered, at the Post omco at Btoomabure. ra..
u Bocond class matter, March 1, 1888.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1890.
Nov. 29. S. L. Davis, administrator of
Reuben H. Davis, deceased, will sell valu
ables personal property on tho premises In
Benton township, at 9 n. m. sharp. Horses,
cows, calves, hogs, clilckcn, wagons,
household goods, grain, Ac, will bo solil,
Thursday, Dio. 11. John Zinc, at his
homo a Forks, will sell fifteen head of
colts and horses. Balo to commence at 12
o'clock noon. This Is a rare chance for
bargains, as Mr. Zaner has no further use
for the horses and can not tako care of
Deo. 18. II, II. Grotz, executor of
Ezcklcl Cole, will sell valuablo real estate
In Sugarloaf township, nt 10 o'clock, a. m.
Fob Bits Dwelling houses in Dlooms
burg, Orangovlllc, Espy and Itupcrt l'a.
Firms In Pennsylvania, Kansas and Vlr
glnla. Vacant lots In Bloomsburg. Store
properties, flrlst mills and other property
by M. P. Ijiitz, Insurance and Ileal Estato
Agent, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Fob Hair. House and lot In Hupcrt,
Iotl20xl40tt. Two story, houoe, with
nlno rooms. Bay windows, "out
kitchen, lco and coal house, good stable,
chicken and pig pen. Choice fruit, ever
green trees, good water, Two railroads,
Twelve trains a day each way, to Blooms,
burg, faro 8o round trip. Low taxes. A
great bargain, if taken soon.
M. P. IiUtz, Insurance & Heal Kit. Agt.
J. Q. Wells spent a coup'.o of days
Lancaster this week.
Rev. V. T. Auman, pastor of tho Ho
formed church Is visiting his parents in
Centre county this week.
Grant Herring Esq nnd Judge Murphy
represented this county at tho reception
given to Governor Pa'llsnn on Wednesday
evening In Philadelphia Dy the Young
Men's Democratic Association. About COO
were present. Wo regret that we were un.
able to nccept tho Invitation.
Tho evening services of the Lutheran
church now begin at seven o'clock Instead
of half past seven.
For Sale. Valuable property, known a
tho Morris property in Bloomsburg. Apply
to Guy Jacoby. 11-7-lOt.
Tho right way to euro catarrh is to eradi
cate the poisonous taint wh'ch causes tho
disease, by taking Hood's sarsapanlla.
Tho Episcopal church -was beautifully
decorated on Thanksgiving day. Tho
chancel contained sheaves of wheat, fruits
and vegetables, nil very tastily arranged.
Union thanksgiving services were held
in tho Lutheran church Thursday 27th,
Hcv. Sears of tho Methodist church deliv
ered tho address-
A six month old child of Theodore Mer
rlclo was burled Sunday afternoon. Itev.
W. T. Auman of tho Reformed church,
conducted tho funeral services.
Jamts II. Mercer and O. C. Pcasock
wcro last week elected members of the
board of directors of tho Bloomsburg Elec
tric Light Company.
Mathias Shatter Is pushing work on the
court house, lie has tho front nearly
lovclcd oil, and will soon begin on the
Regular services are held every Sunday
In tho A. M. E. Church, at half past ten In
tho morning and seven in tho evening.
Itev. D. J. Johnson is tho pastor in charge
Barata, daughter of Sheriff Casey, died
'last week Wednesday morning with mem.
'brancous croup. Her ago was 3 years.
The burial was on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Logan of Seventh street
"between Catharine and Iron, lost their
daughter Hattie, aged six yoare, last week
Wednesday. Her dlscaso was raembrano
A reward of $5.00 will bo given to any
person flDdlng or causing to bo found a
-very large, bull Buffalo robe, stolen Nov
ember 14, from Abu & Bro.,
11-18-lm. Briarcreek, Pa.
Tho festival and cake-walk as announc
ed to be held in Evans' Hall Wednesday
and Thursday evening by tho members of
tho A. M. E. church has been postponed
In tho .year 1891 thero will be two ccllp.
scs of the sun and two of the moon besides
a transit of Mercury across tho etiu's disk,
A total eclipso of the moon will occur May
29, invisible here.
Itav. A. J. Aldred. of Dtnvllle, will
preach in tho Baptist church Thursday
and Friday evenings of this week nnd
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri.
ilav iwciitnps of next week. All are In-
vltcd to attend tho meetings.
Mr. Charles Vl!kes, brothel of Mis. John
Mllnes of Espy, died at tho latter's home
Jast Sunday morning, aged 29 years. For
several years he has been alllicted with
-consumption. Funeral services wero held
Wednesday and tho body taken to Dan
ville for burial.
An election of officers and directors of
4tho Bloomsburg Land Improvement was
iheld November 21th, resulting as follows :
iB. F. Bharpless, president, N. U. Funk,
Secretary, W. It. Tubbj, Treasurer, 1. 8.
Kuhn, Dr. I. W. Wlllits, L. E. Waller
A. Q. Brlggs, O. M. Groveling, directors.
"When, from any cause, tho digestive and
secretory oreans become disordered, they
may bo stimulated to healthy action by tho
uso of Aycr's Cathartic Pills. These plus
are prescribed by tho best physicians, hnd
aro foriale at all tho dru stores.
J. II. Crcvellng met with a serious acci
dent ono day last week. Ho went up In
ituo hay mow to throw down bay and accl.
"dcutlaly fell down tho mow holo headfore
most landing on a ladder below. Ho broke
bis collar bono and Beveral ribs. Ho went
down stairs on Thanksgiving day for tho
iflrst tlmo slnco the accident.
There was a surprise parly at Iho home
of Mrs. Jano Mcltrldu on Third street,
Tuesday evening, Forty-two friends gath
ered at tho homo of Mr. Samuel Shaffer
and at eight o'clock went over to Mrs. Mc
Bride's and gavo her a complete surprise.
'Tho evening was spent in merriment and
ikll pronounced it a decided success.
The dinner given by tho ladles of tho
Presbyterian church on Tuurstlay was r.n
excellent one, and was well patronized.
Phillips' Oafe was wdi patroidzed on
Thanksgiving day. All wcro delighted
with tho elegant meal sirved.
Tho uso of Aycrs Barsaparllla purifies
he blood, stimulates the secretions, and
imparts now life and vigor to every func
Hon of the body. For nearly half a cen
tury, It has remained unrivalled as tho best
blood medicine ever discovered. Bo con
vlnccd by a trial.
Wilson M. Gsarhart, Chief Clerk In the
Stato Department, has been appointed Be
glster and Recorder of Montour County.
Ho succeeds Wllllaml C. Johnson, who
died recently, after servlnc forty years In
that position. Mr. Gearhart Is a promt,
ncnt Uepuhllcao, and has assisted Score
tary Blono in systematizing tho work of tho
Tho following letters aro held at Blooms,
burir, Pa. post olllcc and will bo sent to tho
dead letter offloo Dec. 9, 1890.
Mr. Georgo W. Derr, Mrs. Frecce, Wil
liam J. Scott, Mr. Henry Summers.
Persons calling for these letters please
say, they were advertised Nov. 25, 1890.
One cent will beichargcd on each letter
A. B. Oathqabt, P. M.
The (Ire department at Willlamsport last
year cost $33,020,87. There wcro thirty
four fires durinp tho year, but tho losses
were only $5,057,17; this mad'3 a net loss
nbove insurance of $1,030, Tho expenses
of the flro dcpirtmont over tho ntt losses
by flro during tho year 1839 was $31,990.87
This seems llko a vast expenditure of mon
ey for tho flro department, hut without
this fire protection the loss of property by
fire would have been anorraons.
Conrad Illltcnhender is canvassing for
Dr. Tnlmnge'a book of travels through tho
Holy Land?, entitled "Prom tho Manser
to the Throne " As a frontispiece to the
bonk there la n representation of the fim
ous Ctelurama of Jerusalem The books
sell wherever offered. It can only bo pur
chased through the net nt, Conrad Illtten
bcniler. The work U ono of the finest
, productions of the day. It Is beautifully
illustrated and handsomely bound. Any
one desiring a Christmas gift for a friend
could not mike a batter or mtro appro
I prlate selection, It the aent does not call
, upon you drop him a postal card addressed
, Ulnomshtirg and he will call and show
sample of tho work.
Gllmore's Toy IHzar is ready analn for
tho Holiday trade with a larger assortment
of t .ys than ever before. Upstairs and
dowa stairs everything is Blled up with all
sorts of things to delight the little folks
German toys, French toys, American toys,
mechanical toyp, Iron toys, wooden toys,
tin toys, and toys of every defcrlptlon and
price. The French lady, the Chinese jug
gler, and the music tcachei that run by
clock work, attract great attention, and af
ford much amusement. Cars, steamboats,
wagoES, animals, do'ls, child's furniture,
baby houses, rocking horses, soldiers,
drums, sled", and a thousand other things
all equally pleasing can be sceu. Call and
The quiet slumbers of our citizens were
aroused last Baturdty evening by tho start.
line cry of lire. It was Jii9t about twelve
o'clock when the alarm was first sounded.
O. C. Iveety, tho engineer of tho flro engine
hastily dressed and started in tho direction
of the engine, whn reaching Catharine
street, he discovered it waB his own build.
inu and nuleklv ran to tho scene: and
found his building enwrapped In flames
Tho Winon hose carriage was tho first to
arrlvo and made attachment to tho water
plug near Bharpless' foundry. Following
tho Winona carriage immediately came tho
Friendship, but as tho Winona had coupled
and was throwing a good stream upon tho
Are, and apparently getting it under con
trol, no effort was made to mako any
further couplings. The building being but
a small ono and only ono story tho Are was
soon put out. Tho flro when first dls
covered was coming through the root near
tho smoko stack. Only part of tho sides of
tho building wcro left standing, all tho re-
mainder being completely destroyed.
Tho new steamer was run down East
street to the corner of Fifth, where in raak
Inc a short turn It stuck In tho gutter. It
was afterward taken to tho scene of tho
lire, but not used as tho Winona Company
had tho flro put out. The destroyed build
ing was owned by O. C. Kesty and a. Mr.
Hoffman of Luzerno Co., and used i
machine shop. They had two largo lathes,
an iron nlaner. bolt cutter, and several
smaller machines. 1 Iry were doing
good repair business and had several large
pieces In the shop for repairs at tho time of
tho Are. Tho young men carried in
onrnnrn nf about two-thlrds tho value of
Tlie llnrclny MIiich iMnyect Out.
THE KBIK IS PBKFEOT1NU ARRANGEMENTS TO
No noteworthy veins of coal havo been
nnnivereil at Btrclav th-i past year, and
tho Erie lease of tho mines and railroad ox
plre tho 3lst of next month, rumors are
again In circulation tuai mat company wm
glvo up Its lease and tho town of Barclay
For several weeks past tho Erie authori
ties at Barclay havo been engaged In tho
work of gathering up and shipping old
Iron scraps, burning broken coal cars and
timber, and clearing up generally In all
Whether they will give up tho lease or
not remains to bo seen. In case they do
tbo road would probably bo leased to tho
Leiden Valloy. or operated for tho lumber
Interests and thu Long Valloy Coat Com-
A Cure fu CoiiHtlputloii a nil 81c U
Dr. Bllas Lane, wh'lo In tho Rocky Moun-
tains, discovered a root wheD combined
with other herbs, makes an easy, and cer.
tain euro for constipation, It is In tho
form of dry roots and leaves, and is known
n r.ane's Family Medicine. It will euro
sick headacho In ono night. For tho blood
liver and kidneys, aud for clearing up tho
complexion It docs wonders. Druggists
sell It at 60 cents a package
Uncertainty may attfnd business ven
turcs and enterprises; but It never attends
tim nromnt administration of Dr. Bull's
Couirh Syrup. Prlco 25 cents.
"My soro ran In tho night, and my soul
refused to be comforted," "Poor reiiowl
of courso it did. Pity, ho couldn't get Sal.
Peter Gross died at his reside
Alain street last Friday afternoon at 6
o clock, after a lingering Illness arising I
irom a complication of diseases. Ho was
born ln',Sawarton, Rawnfolz, Btvarla, Juno
u, law, and came to this country In 1800,
IIo married Phllopcna Younir in Germany.
Their children, Jacob, who was killed In a
railroad accident at Danville, David, Mar-
garct, Lena, Daniel (deceased), William,
Clara, Peter, Elizabeth and John. Mr.
uross llrst settled In Danville and worked
in a mrnaco. in 1871 ho camo to Blooms-
burg and opened a bottling establishment,
which business ho followed up to tho tlmo
Of his death. He travelled considerably In
tbo old country In his young manhood,
and ho was a keen observer of nubile nf.
fairs, and often displayed rcmarkabto poll-
ucai sagacity. Tho funeral was held on
Monday morning nt 9 o'clock at tho Roman
Catholic church, cf which ho was a mem-
Death Is reaping a largo harvest in our
midst. On Friday last another old and re-
spected citizen was summoncl to his final
rest, In tho person of Edward ltawllngs.
For several weeks hu hd been complain-
log somowhat, and had been golpg up to
mo meat market only about every other
day. On Tuesday of last week ho was
seized with convulsions, and rapidly sank
until irlday afternoon at two o'clock,
wnen ho expired. IIo was burled on Mon
day at 10:30 In tho morning, tho funeral
services being held at tho residence, con-
ducted by Rev. S. W. Bears, aalslcd by
itcv. r. ll. Hiddlo of D invlllo. Mr. Rawl.
logs was born In England in 1321, and
camo to this country In 18")0 and sittled
nt Danville. Within two years he moved
to Llghtstrect and resided thero until tho
spring of 1802, when he moved to Blooms
burg, and has been hero ever since. Ills
wlfo was Elizabeth Eva, and seven child.
ren wero born to them In England, of
whom but one, Edward A. ltawllngs, lived
to como to this country. Nine chlldron
wcro born here, six of whom nro living, all
residing in Bloomsburg. Thero wcro six
teen children In all
Mr. ltawllngs was a man of Jovial dis
position, always ready with a pleasant
word and quick repartee. Tho business
started by him, and tor tho past fifteen
years conducted by E A. ltawllngs with
his father's assistance, h grown to be i.n.
mouse. A few years ago thu mirket was
removed from Iron street to Main, and its
growth hm bicn const tut slnco that time.
Mr. Rawllngs was a m-mbtrof tha M. E
church nnd a rigultr nttemUti, and liberal
supporter. IIo will hi mUsml lu tin shop,
the home, and the eutiro community.
Ileum 01 Ale ill II. Tate.
Alem H. lute, a well-known newspaper
man and printer, died of peritonitis
at tho resldcnco of his mother on
Hepburn street, Willinmapr', Monday
night at about twelve o'clock. He was in
Bloomsburg about thrco weeks ngo and
went up the creek on a hunting expedition,
During thlr hunting trip he took cold, re.
suiting in his final death.
Ho is the oldest son of tho late Col. Levi
L Tate, one of Lycoming county's pioneer
Journalists, nnd very naturally, while yet
qulto young, Alem entered his father's of.
Bee and acquired an insight of tho printing
and publishing business. He was at ono
time tuc puDiisuci 01 tno ir of nope, a
tcmpcranccjournal In Willlamsport while at
another time he owned and published a
dally paper called tho Sun, at Bloomsburg,
Still earlier in hU life he went to Ashland,
Schuylkill county, where ho engaged In
tho newspaper business for several years,
For many years past, however, he has held
positions In the composing rooms of the
dally papers of Wllliamspoit In each of
which ho gave excellent satisfaction.
Shortly before leaving the city on bis hunt
ing expedition deceased received a pension,
he having served In the late war, and up
to tho tlmo of his death was an active
member of the Barrows Post, G. A. R. As
a member of tho Typographical Uolon ho
always proved consistent, an taracst work
cr and true to tho principles embodied In
tho organization. He was about flfty-flve
years of age. Funeral services were held
Wednesday afternoon at Willtnmsport.
Jesse Fritz of Fritz Hill, Sugarloaf town
ship, died of apoplexy November 19th
aged 05 years, 0 months, 11 days. Ho was
burled at St. Gabriel's cemetery on the 21st
Inst, Rev. B. P. Boone of the M. E. Church
ofllciatlng. Mr. Fri'z was born Juno 8,
1825, and was tho son of Henry II. and
Margaret Roberts Fritz, aud had six
brothers and six sisters. Ho was married
January 8, 1849 to Sarah DUts, also of
Sugarloaf township, and to them were born
tho following children: John W. of Jack.
son township, Andrew L , attorney.at-law,
and ex-Rcprcsentatlve, of Bloomsburg,
Alverctta, who died in 1857,:DrusIlla, wlfs
of Joseph Lewis of Coles' Creek, Rachacl
E., Wife of William Sutllft, of Luzerno
county, and Sheridan B. Mrs. Fritz died
In 1891, and Mr. Fritz subsequently mar
rled Mrs. Rosanna Ulrton. l hey lived on
the old homestead on Fritz Hill, wbero Mr.
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Writ llvpil slncn hn wrb n hnv. Iln who a
Fritz lived sinco ho was a boy. He was
Justice-ot-tbe Peace Blncu 1880. In poll.
tics be was a democrat.
The subject of this ssetch comes from
excellent family. The first settler on Fritz,
Utll was Philip Fritz who camo to thli
county from Philadelphia iu 1795, and set.
tied on the East branch of Fishing-creek
near Central. In 1797 ho moved to the old
homestead now the horn of Jesse Fritz's
family. This land was bis wife's belrloom,
She was Cbarlotta Dtborur, also of Pbila
dclphla. The tract of load contained 400
acres and was divided among slf children
On this farm they reared tbclr children,
without any advantages of schools. Their
children wcro Henry II., Charles, Philip,
Bamuel, George, John, Ezekiel, Nancy,
Iietsy, and Maria, all ot whom married and
raised largo families. The brothers and
sisters of Jesse are John, Cbarlotta. George,
Jacob II. Joslau, William, Martha, Barab,
Mary A., Elizabeth, Margaret and Itachacl
Mr. Fritz was a man of sterling Integrity,
a good citizen and an excellent neighbor.
IIo will bo greatly missed In ills com
IIo was a good christian. IIo was
a great church going man, and was brought
up In tho Episcopal church. IIo not only
attended that church, but was n regular
attendant of the M. E. Cburcb.
Ground oyster and eea Bhelli, as every
ono hnows, aro of great value In a 1'OUL-
Chickens and au fowls require tome
gritty substance to ncip digest tuctr rood,
and It has been found that shells aro the
best thing tbey can get. It Is cheap, and
all raisers of poultry will flud It to their ad-
vantage to uso It. Iry hi And you will
soon see a umerenco in your chickens.
For sale by D. W. Kiioiikn
Qralo, bark, teedi, Sour, feed, and
baled bay buckwheat Hour a tpccialty.
Uraln House, Office,
Oth and Iron Sts. Lock aid's Uulldlng,
31-St. Uloomiburg, Va.
Bloomsburg Wednesday morning at three
o'clock. For several weeks ho has been
confined to his bed with his" chronlo ell-
scaso of heart trouble and dropsy. For
many years ho was engaged In tho coal
business and kept h general storo at tho
canal wharfi this business bo relinquished
several years ago, and It was taken chargo
of by his son-ln-Iaw. P. O. Miller, Mr.
Jacoby was born In Bloomsburg In Octob.
cr 1820 and has always resided hero. Uls
wtto was buried just two years ago. Two
daughters survive him, Nora, married to
G. A, McKclvy nnd Maggie, married to P.
jn Indiana and tho other In Illinois, neither
of whom could attend tbo funeral. Fun-
oral services ero hold at the house, Frl-1
day morning at ten o'clock, conducted by
Rev. P. A. Heilman, pastor of tho Luth-
Interment in llosemont
A nrlllinnt AfTnlr.
Tho Cambria; democracy opened tho
campaign early and In earnestness, and
kept up a steady and aggressive fight to
the end, and this no doubt Inspired tho
democracy all along the line, that resulted,
not only In a crushing republican defeat,
but In Irrctrlevcable!rout. Bo this as It
may, the Cambria L'cmocrac; deserves
credit for an equal share of honor for such a
glorious triumph. The event was cele
brated last Friday night in a becoming and
NubUl,nl manner- The town was "painted
red" while decorations and llllumlnatlons
adornid the residences of Jubilant demo
crats, and a tew reoubheans showed their
appreciation of democratic victory by lllu.
mlnatlng and decorating their residences
on this occasion. Our dejected republican
friends arc as good neighbors and citizens
as can bo found in any locality, but wo can
only say to them in their emergency, 'Come
along with us and wo will do theo good."
Tho streets wcro Illuminated with red
light while hundicds marched and counter
marched, carrying banners with sugges
tlvo mottoes In honor of the event of the
collapse of the G O. P. and tbo-ushering
of an era of emancipation from monopo
listic despotism. Thu ladles of tho town
and vicinity took an active part in tho
celebration and though they "couldn't voto
their daddies did" was Inscrlbsd .on their
banner. All honor to tho ladles. Thclr's
Is tho victory. J.
Tlie Twilight of TliiiukHBlvluir,
Tho day has lengthened Into otc,
And over all the meadows
The twilight's silent shuttles wcavo
Their sombre web of shadows ;
With northern lights the cloudless skies
Are faintly phosphorescent,
And Just beyond yon wooded rlso
Tho new moon shows her crescent.
Before the evening lamps aro lit,
While day and night commingle,
Tho sire, and matron corns and sit
Besldo the Cozy ingle j
And softly speak of tho delight
Within their bosoms swelling,
Because beneath their root to-nlgbt
Their dear ones all aro dwelling.
And when around tho cheerful blazo
The young folks take their places,
What blissful dreams of other days
Light-up their aged, faces 1
The past returns with all Its Joys,
And they again aro living
Tho years In which, as girls and boys,
Their children kept Thanksgiving.
The stalwart son recalls the time
When, urged to the endeavor,
He tried tho wcll-greased pole to climb,
And failed of fame forovcr.
The daughter tells ol her'emprise
When as a new beginner,
She helped her mother m ike the pics
For the Thanksgiving dinner.
And thus with laugh and jest and song,
And tender recollections,
Love speeds the happy hours along,
And fosters fond affections ;
While Fancy, listening to tho mirth,
And dreaming pleasant fictions,
Imngino through tbo winds on earth
That Heaven breathes benedictions.
W. D. Kelly, In Lidia Home Journa I.
It Your House Ih on Fire.
Voti put water on the burning timbers, not
on tho smoke. And If you havo catarrh
you should attack the disease in the blood,
not in vnnr noon ltamnvn the Imnn. I
, .!. , , . ..... 1
,ouc, uuu iuu iuoui CUTO BUUSIUC3. lO
do this, take Hood's Barsaparllla, tbo great
blood purifier, which radically and per-
manently cures catarrh. It also strength
ens tbo nerves. Bo sure to get only Uood's
Train Wreckers Ciiuglit.
AH ATTKMIT TO WRIOK A T1IAIN 18 TIMEL7
Plymouth, Novomber 20. A fiendish at
tempt to wreck postal train No. 4, Dela.
ware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad,
Bloomsburg division, was frustrated this
afternoon. William Cramer, locomotive
engineer in tho employ ot a coal company,
Observed twn mpn tAmnnrlnrr with naroltfth
He enlisted the services of his fireman and
I ., . , . . . ,'uau "uu
I tin turn .i-hihIaiI im tn tt.a .lnn.n.l.n.a
tho two crawled up to the depredators un.
perceived and held them fast
It was found that two large car.llnks had
been fastened to tha mis-placed switch, and
tho approaching train would certainly havo
been wrecked with disastrous loss ot life If
it had not been for the courage of Cramer.
iho criminals wero found to bo two
Hungarian labo era, Michael Ilowdrick
and Dennis Chcsna. Tho motive for tho
crime is not known, but Uls believed that
the hope ot plunder prompted tho docd
Tbo men were held In $1000 ball.
Ilolcl t Iq tl)e I.liclil,
The man who tells you confidentially
Just what will cure your cold is prescrib
ing Kemp's Halsam this year. In tbo pre
paration ot this remarkable medicine for
coughs and colds no cxpeuse is spared to
combine only tho best and purest ingredl.
cnts. Hold a bottlo ot Kemp's Balsam to
tho light and look through it; uotlco tbo
bright, clear look; then compare with other
remedies. Price 60c. and $1,
Tin? nncoitATio oif ix,vri;s
Tho artists who decorate porcelains havo
recently given so mucu attention to tho
ornamentation of plates, that each platter
is a gem of art after leaving their hands,
A member of the firm of llalley, Uanks &
Blddlo. Philadelphia, the other .lav hn.
uu u rc-purier some oi tueso xianusomo ou.
Jecls. Thoy jypru )l ftppropriately decor,
ated, that la to say tbo flsh r late a contain.
ed pictures of tue flnny tribe, tho game
I plates, representations of pheasants, snipe,
etc, Urcblus decorated tbo plates used
for fruit and In a liko manner the other
courso plates wero ornamented. "We aro
fast approaching the art age." remarked
the gentleman as Iho reporter was leaving.
Don't pay largo doctor's bills.
medical Jjook publlsheoj, one hundred
pages, elegant colored plates, will bo srut
you on receipt of three 8-ccnt stamps lo
' ,, ,,. .,, . i, 7TV
pay the posUgo. Address A. P. Ordway
&Oo., Boston, Mass. ll-!8-St.
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tors, opposlto U. 8. Patent Office, Wash
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Farmers and others in necil of a good
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will do well by calling or writing to tho
undersigned for circulars and prices.
11-28-Ow WrtiTS & Conseb,
Tho management of tho "Star Course"
regret that they havo to nnnounco the seri
ous illness of Mr. Jno. It. Clarke, and bis
Inability to lecturo Friday ovenlng Dec.
0th. Thoy have, however, secured a sub-
stltuto In Rov. J. O. Wilson, D. D., who
will lecturo on "Switzerland In Autumn.'
Dr. Wilson has been filling Mr. Clarke's
placo In several towns and bo has been
giving very general satisfaction. IIo Is
pastor of a largo Methodist church tn
Philadelphia, and is one of the most popu
lar preachers there. Ho Is especially popu
lar among tho young people. Further
notlco will appear next wcok.
Lottery AclverHnliifr Uittnwlul.
It is announced that Postmaster-General
Wanamakcr Intends to enforce tho new
lottery law to tbo fullest extent. It .is es
timated that tbo term "lottery" cmbracos
all kinds of schemes, general and local,
gift enterprises, rallies, or fairs where
drawings are made. It covers m any of tbo
plans adopted by sorao dealers for tho dis
posal of their wares.
MURDER EN08 A QUARREL.
A Blaekimlth BkMta His WUm u4 Than
Butler. Po., Nov. 25. An unhancT
marriage was ended In a double tragedy
at Glade Run reUrdy afternoon. For
mora than twenty-fire rears Barney Broil
and his wife har lived togetlujr and the
history of their married life has been one
ot unceasing qnarrels, which usually end
ed In Droll shamefully baating his wife.
Yesterday afternoon one or their quar
rels ended by Brell shooting his wlfo and
then blowing his own brains ont with a
revolver. Mrs. Brell Is still alive but she
cannot recover. Brell was a blacksmith,
about 60 years of age, and has always had
a bad reputation.
A Desperate llattle la the Dark.
PBILADKLPUU, Nov. 35. William H.
Pennington, colored, and Richard Coney,
hta boarder, also colored, quarreled but
night. They finally came to blows, In tha
course of whlck the lamp In the room was
overturned, leaving tha place In darkness.
A terrible duel followed, and when the
police appeared upon tha scene Penning
ton was found lying on the floor almost
cot to pieces. He will die. One of Corsey'a
ears was severed from his head, and ha
was otherwise cut and braised. Hazora
were the weapons used during the terrible
struggle In the dark.
A nie Coke Strike reared.
SCOTTDALE, Pa.. Nov. 25. The Knl&hti
of Labor officials and Manager Lynch, of
toe Frlck (Joke companr, have failed to
agree on the one-third shut down trouble.
A notice was served on tha company
threatening a strike in six days If the mat
ter Is not settled. Tha leaders fear a strike
of 10,000 men. The 650 mtaers at the mam
moth plant are still ont.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When TJaby was sick, we gave hr Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Hiss, she clang to Oastorls,
When she had Children, she gavo them Castoria,
A t,adj'H lcrfect Comiiutiloii.
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PcnSlOItS I V CtcranS !
Ths DiSaHlity Pension Bill,
Act of Juno 27, 1890, grants pensions to
-11 ..nlrllnrs ml llnr tolm nr,l 00
days or moro in tho Army or Navy during
tno rcueiuon. anu were uonorauiy uiscnare.
ed, and who aro now sullcring from any
permanent, mental or physical disability
contracted sinco tho war or during tho war
whether Irom disease, injuries or cllects of
old age, at tho rate of from $0 to $12 per
month, accoruing to tne degree oi ins dls
abijily for the performance of labor requir
ing the exertion ot physical strength
provided the disability is not due to vlci
ous habits. Tbls pension is not restricted
to tho veterans who have to make their
living by bard labor, but is equally due to
professional men or clerks, provided they
havo an existing uisanuuy wmcu would
prevent the continuous cxcrclso of th
physical strength of an able-bodied man,
Those who havo applied under tho ccn
cral laws and. who aro unable to prove up
tne penning claim can apply lor and sc
curo tblf, I,cn8.i?,a 80,1 tben continuo
prosecution of tho former claim and ec
I r. . -
If vou aro now drawing a Bm&ll pension.
say $2 or $4 per month, you can tako this
pension Instead, and if you bavo an appli
cation on file for increase or additional
pension tor new disabilities you can con.
tlnuo tho prosecution of such claims while
drawing tbo new pension, or you can fllo
an original claim for a disability contract,
ed in tbo service while drawing pension
under this new act.
Widows, children, and dependent mnlh.
crs and fathers aro entitled under thla ad
and can suspend tbo prosecution of any
pending claim, and tako tbls pension, and
afterwards complete tne prior claim and
llavlne'becn duly aopolnto'1 an Aecnt
according to tbo rules and regulations ot
tno Department oi tbo interior in tho pros,
ccution ot such claims and having had sue
cess in a number of cases I am always pre.
parcu to civo intormation anu assist claim.
ants, and will assuro them success it tbey
aro ablo to establish tbo tacts ns required
Thoso Interested should call soon and
claim their reward, i
IIKOIUIB V. HTHItNIilt,
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VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
The undersigned, 'surviving executor ot the last
will and testament of Ezekiel Cole, late ot Sugar-
loaf township, In Columbia county, renna., now
offers at public sale on tho premises on
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18,
A. D. 1990, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, a large
body ot the most deslrjble real estate to be found
In the township.
Hcon'lstsof atract of bind lying upon both
sides ot the Flshlugcreek, and comprising in the
That portion of It which Is upon the west Bide
ot the creek has the following Improvements and
advantages, to-wlt. A large frame
formerly Kepi ua a notel, a frame muidlng erect
ed for and occupied as a country store, a large
frame building erected and occurled as a tenant
hanse, and also outbuildings, Saw mill, ic. It Is
well wooded and has a considerable quantity ot
excellent fruit. It Is accessible by two publlo
roads and a county brldgo, and also by the Ul03m 8
burg 6 Bulllvan railroad, and It contains about
The remainder of the tract lying upon the east
side ot the creek, Is also accessible by two publlo
roads and a county brld;o across Flshlngcroek to
the railroad. The Improvements are a large barn
c., the whole tract having been occupied as the
homestead tLrm. Tbls piece contains about
It will be sold together or In parcels as may be
deemed most expedient. The sale will be by the
a ere, A draft of the land with the Improvements
roads, &c can be soon in the hands of the eiecu.
tor at the banking house ot tbo Bloomsburg Hank.
TKKM3 Or SALB. .Ten oar cent, or one-fourth
of the narchaso money to be pall upon Btmioi:
down the property, one-fourth losi tho ten per
uuwuiud piuitj. uud-luuiiu iusi buu ivii per
cent, on April 1st, l(m, tbo balance ot two-thlrds
ot the purchase money on April tst, 1SJ. with In
terest from April tst, 1891, the remaining ono-thlrd
to bn left In the lands during the lite ot tne wld.
to Mien in tne lands during tna lira ot tne wid
ow, the Interest thereon to bo bald to her semi
annually aunng aer uro, anu mo principal to ma
Executor at her death.
rossissiox wm do given April 1st, ibi, upon
ing bond and mortgage on the Dremlses. to secure
iue uurvuuat;ruiaiiiK uayiueuui ua auuvu uuu liv
the unpaid purchiso money, whereupon a deed
win ua etivJWJ auu ueuvurou.
The tenants suaro of tho crops reserved
II. 1L UHOTZ, Executor,
Are vqu usinp the old fas h
ion rubbing board in doing your
washing? II you are it will pay
you to investigate into the mer
its ol our New
Alter trying it we named it
the "Lightning,1' because it
struck us as being the right
name tor such a
Bapid Working Macluae
as to the top pull sYlng and so
called washing machines.
CLARK F. HARDER,
9-i9-3m Catawissa, Pa,
IS THE BEST.
BYRON CLARK, A.M. M. D-
Now York City.
In Tlir TrMilmrnf of Ctirnnii HUmM-ft OOntlnCS
tats practice to sunt cniesonly aiarosoclearlrand
roily doveloped as to mako a co.nplete and posltlro
Diagnosis without (luestlnnlnz or allowing l'a.
tlenlsto make statements otlhclr condition, on
this basis or l'osltlve Diagnosis, for troitment. Dr.
Clark's Kxperlenco Unn hreoniu ntrlrtlr iiilltnlu
ril hr n Thirty Yrnffl I'rurtlce ulilrli Inrvlrnt
nriftr, nnl HiircPHliil rrmiN M niiinliril ur
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nnil rrimilr, nnl rurrtl by ordinary Trrntiurnt
or In iloulit nn in Dip nntiirnof llirlr tlrAftii
Kit CLAHKM ASSISTANT. (Mrs. Kinney), will
giro espoclal attention to tlie Elimination anil
ttujuwtnent or an ncccroiry Appimuucs m uiu
treatment of 'Vomen.
Dlt CLKK Toachw and rractleei rotlilve
Diagnosis ana or connnlng bis practices exclusive
ly to rully developed onroulo Diseases ot Slen and
Women bas alt uneJ unmuai su jews In tbo treat
mentor many si railed Incurable raualles, and
can bo confulted Free ot imirM At,
new loniuiy nt "ine iivton, io. iui ew
Nlnety-ellitb street, Juno is lo Uj Ausmt SI to
Bent l: HeDtembor 2 to October s: October U to
S3; November IS lo il; Dwmblf 7 to II, 1390.
rvoruary la to siarcn s 10 is, isji.
Dr. Homer I Clark from January o to February
GATAWIS3A, PA., Susquehanna House,
Monday, December 15, 1890.
BLOD.M3BURO, PA., Uichango Hotel,
Tuesday and Wednesday, December 10
and 17, 1890. 11-28-3U
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An Ordinance to extend that nirttnn nr ti,ip,i
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ShotiqiI Boltordtlnod and enacted by tho
Town Council of tho Town ot Hloomjourg, and It
Is hereby ordained and enacted by authority ot
That Third street, east of OliHttnnr. nlmv. nnm.
wuuij i4uu-,4 i unu BLiuet, uo oxieuudu aua
opened westward from Chestnut alley to HM
street of the width ot titty feet. Tha oentro line
thereof to bo an extenitin or conllauanoa ot the
tentro line ot said Third street as novv opened east
of Bald Chestnut alley.
bivtiun mat proceeuings do instituted to r
mo o-vreaauiGub ui uaiuages u, an liersons wuo
may be injured and of contributions upon all such
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entratla llirnOT norle.
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itoannecrceK p. w. uarijr.
line wm. (). tltrlon.
tscottr-calvin Herring, .lafljb Terwllllffor, Geo,
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THA.VKtt.SE ,IUltOR3-!sT WKSK.
noaver -Samuel Kllngaman
Benton Bowman Crawfonl, O. W. KanouH, 0.
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llcrwlck-A. Tlilele, MosMMarkloanl a II, How.
Uloom wm Itabb, Mithlas Amilfmja. w I .
Krans, o. u. Hiker, Hirry Foriwald, v. K.
Harare. W. R. Kinker nnd H.imtu.1 htrfor.
nrtArercek"0. II. Kriw, U J. l,unl, 1L u. V.
Ksmnka ana Chaa. Wolflntrar.
catawiasaJorr Aoney, D. E. H'ipbj- nnd 1,'ord
v;onynguam iiarry.1. weuer.
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Orecnwood-l I". Yeagi-r.
uomiock-H. il ikeler, Jaoib Harris and Henry
II Hand. '
Jackson-J. W. Frlti and Jno. V, Vannttta.
uocvBir Aaam Marks ana w. it. miu?
Montour V M. Monroa.
orange Harrison Conner and J. 11. lfarman.
ruie j. it. rowit'r, jonn imicr ana lturiey fiboo
maker. 3cot'-U. a. Wsplea, W. K. Deltterlck. Daniel
Wertman and ubas. Hlianer.
Sugarloaf Arloh Holder and Herbert Heas.
TSUVKIME JDKOfH-UND WEEK.
Heaver Martin Johnson,
tentin A. T. lki'ler.
Berwick -Uha. Haas, Bursna Ijeliinl anl F. II.
Bloom c. A. K'alrn, Elmer Mollrlda, Em Urown
and Jos. luw ton.
Ilrlarcreek it. n. siller, Emanuel Yost, M. D. Ka-
nouse and Hosillr smt.
Ortawlssi Unas Kreigh.
Centre T. D. Htrousa and u. II, Uryder.
Couynih'inww. Monighan, ouas. 'Gallagher
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Greenwood-Joseph U. Eves and Nehemua Kltch.
Hemlock John 8. Xevhart.
Jackon K. J, Colo, IL J, Htrleman and Wm.
MadisonJohn M. Monlan.
Main so'emon Djaner, M. SL Selgcr, W. K. Shu-
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Minim Clark Miller
Montour Francis ly-lilr.
Oranira-E Sinn a id sliwOinnsr.
itoannKcroeK li ivii Lonr.
Scott L. M. Pettlt.
Hr Tlrtua ot a writ ol Lev. Pa. Uaurxl oat ot tho
Court ot o&minoo llo.i ot Col. Co. Vx, aai to ma
directed, thero will bj Bold at the court ilouso
Bloomsburg l'a., on
MONDAY, DEU155IBER 1, 1890,
tlo'olocitp, m., tui tolls .via: AU thow two
certain oontlsuoua lota or pl.-cos of gro.ind situ
atoloconynsbmn, OoL Co., l'a., boundd oatho
west by nn tote. O MurpUr, on thi north br
tho public roid leading from Centralli to Olrard
vine, on thoeast and south by land! ot Locust
Mountain Coal Co., said two lots contain together
In troat Kitty (50) t!et and extending that width
In depth One Hundred nnd Forty Feet (140) on
which aro erected
TWO DWELLING HOUSES
HeUcd, taken Into execution at tho suit ot Tho
.Miners and Laborora' Saving Fund Association
versui Edward Oeraghty anl colla Geraguty Mb
n ire In right ot said wife, and to bj sold as the
property ot Cclla deraghty.
Dy vlrtuoof awritotFl V.U lnusa out ot tno
Courtot Comma l'leai of Col. Co , l'a., and to ino
directed, thero will bo sold at thjsami tlin3 and
placo tho following: All that crtaln lot or piece
ot land sltuato In Jameson City, Col. Co., l'a.
bounded as follows, to-wlt: Oa,tha north by lo'
of -Minerva Bowoll, on the cast by Broad Street,
south and wost by lot of A. B. Croop, containing
1 orty Feet In Front aud One Hundred and Twenty
i eet in depth, whereon aro erected
A DWELLING HOUSE
Also: All that certain lot or pleeo of Und hltu
atoln Jainson City, CoL'io, l'a., bounded as tol.
iows,io-witr on the north by Savenlh fatrctt, on
the cast by iho UlooEsbunt and Sullivan Hall-
road Co , on Iho touth by tho lllooicsburg and
Sullivan Ilallrovl Oo. and tha Flshlngereek I.um.
bar Co., anl un the west by Broad Street, con
tilulng Oiellundicd and sixty Feet In front oa
llroaa street, and KlghtyJsl'c feet in depth, where
on are erected a Planing Mill, Wheelwilght Shop
Outbuilding und Ti-cutto.
Seked, taken Into execution at tho suit ot Grant
Herring Trustee versus l'eter J. Suit, and to bo
sold as tho property ot l'eter J. Suit.
Bcckikousu, JOHN B. CASEY,
11-7-ls. Atty. Sheiltr.
Yy IDOWS Al'PUAlBKMENTS.
Tho foUowlng Widows' appraU-ment will bo
presented to trio ,ornhin' Court ot Oolumbli
c untyoti the riftt Xlonday or Diwmber noxt,
and conilrme I m,l, anl unless uxoeotlons ire riled
nlililn tour di)s tlKrosIWr, will ba cmlrmed
luvld Lewi Kst, Rinfarlur, porrnallty MOO 00
Duilei (lu'irharr. list. Beaver. rwrsonA.v. tn rui
rcullty, $'iT.()0-80Jiw '
W. II. KWnHW fl.rlr f r
Clerk's onice, UlooulBbur, l'a., Nov. ij, isiio. ' '
Estate Of l'ler Gross, dtwusttf.
fiCtterHtttainentiirv nn uii.i wrmn hav,nffiUan
grank'd to the undernlgnM executor, all persons
u'ui'uiuu iu Maiu i-siuie are uereov noun ' ro p iv
the wiine, nnd ttiOM) havl-,c c almi ..gilnsi, said
cs'Ktft.iopre8Pnt tneaiue to
uur JAConv, Atty i wil (moss,
ll-ie-iu kx uior.
RiKoi injnv vears used and DrL-U i
TSscribcd by l'hysicians, but onl
Jrcccntly introduced generally. RJ
The best Porous Plaster made:cV-
'or all achcs.pains and weak tIaccs)"
ISUnliLe 'l'icr plasters, so bo sure its
nd got he penuine with tlie picOKT
-Jturc of a bvll on the back-cloth-)"?
1,i ,Mir(' effort toexiel foreign sub
Hiaiii cs from the liroiii'liial passagea.
Frt-nm-iitly, this causes liilljumiaUon
and the need of an anodyne. No other
expectorant or anodyne is equal to
Aycr's Cliorry I'cctorul. It assists
Nature in ejecting the luueus, allayH
Irritation, inilncos repose, and U tha
must popular ot nil cough cures,
"Of the many preparations before tbo
fu I, lie for tlie euro of colds, roiiDlin,
irourhltiH, mid Ittiulred (Usoasn, there
is noun, within tlie range of my expert
oin e, so reliable ai Ayor's Cherry 1'eo
tonil. For years I was subject to oohla,
followod by terrible coughs. Alwut four
years ago, whan so ntmcted, I was ml
vlsad to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and
to lay nil other remedies aside. I tiki
so, and within a week was well of my
told and cough. Since thou I liavo
always kept this preiurutlon In tbo
house, ami feel oom)arutively seclire."
Mrs. h. h. Drown, Ueimiark, Miss,
"A few years ngo I took a severe eold
which affected my lungs. I had a ter
rible cough, and passed night after
ni-la without sleep. The doctors gavo
me nji. I tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
which relieved my lungs, induced sleui,
and afforded the rest necessary for Hie
recovery ot my strength, lly the con
tinual use ot the Perioral, a permanent
rure was effected." lloruco l'alrbrother,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
rust .r.iu nr
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
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