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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOuHaT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.,
0. H, Elwsll, I tun.,.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1890.
With this month Tire Col
umbian will complete its twenty
fifth volume, and The Colum
bia Democrat its fifty-third
volume. With the beginning
of a now year somo decided
changes will be mitde in The
Columbian. .It will be enlarg
ed and changed to an eight page
paper and will bo then what it
always has been with the excep
tion of the past year the largest
paper in the county, The price
of subscription will remain the
samo as at present, $1.00 a year,
if paid in advance. This is
very cheap, too cheap, but we
propose to meet all competition,
and besides enlarging tho paper
at the old price, every effort will
bo made to improve both our
editorial and news columns. A
new dress of type Jias been
ordered, and the first issue in
January will appear in a new
form with new type. We fully
appreciate the liberal patronage
that has been bestowed upon us
for so many years, and wo shall
endeavor to merit a continuance
of the samo in the future. This
is an ago of progress, and we
propose to keep up with the pro
cession. Senator Delamnter'n fnilnra.laat Fri-
day is supposed to bo a bad one. Tiie
liabilities of bia banking firm aro esti
mated as high as $800,000. There aro
somo unpleasant features in the case
that will shako tho faith of tho admir
ers of the lato republican candidate- for
governor, unless he can make a eatis
factory explanation. On Tuesday
Delamaler was in Philadelphia, and
raised n considerable amount of monoy
by what appears to be questionable
means. David Martin endorsed a
$5000 chock for him ou a bank at Erio
and tho check was returned protested.
Dclamater also drew $3000 on a draft
on Delamater & Co, but the firm failed
before tho draft was cashed by them.
Ho is supposed to have, raised $30,000
in this wav, but no one knows what
became of tho money. The causes of
tho failure arc several, but ono of thorn
to doubt was tho enormous expense of
tho recent campaign. Stato Treasurer
Boyer had on deposit in Delamater's
DanK siuo.uuu oi stato tunas.
Quay's Pension Scheme.
A JJIL1. TO EQUALIZE AMOUNTS PAID FOB
Senator Quay has introduced a bill
granting to all persons ' whose names
aro now on tho pension list or may be
hereafter placed on it, who have lost
both eyes, or botn leet, or who are
otherwise totally disabled, a pension
ot 91UO a month. Also to all persons
who havo lost an arm at the shoulder
joint or a leg at tho hip ioint, a pen
sion of $G0 a month; and to those who
havo lost an arm below the elbow or a
leg below the knee, S55 a month.
Thoso who havo lest a hand or a foot
or havo been totally disabled in the
same, aro to uo entitled to 5U- a
Tho bill provides further that per
sons who havo contracted two or more
disabilities shall recoivo a sum per
mon h equal to the total ot the rates
for all the disabilities mentioned.
AOure for Pimples
My faco for tho last few years was
covered with pimples so bad, that 1
used to bo ashamed to go anywhere.
I took two bottles of Sulphur Bitters
ana the pimples disapcared. 1 uho
them evory. spring. O. -ZT. Dow, Fall
Jiiver. 12-12 2 t.
Bobeit f. Alias Dead.
Hon. Robert P. Allon of Williams
port died at his home last Saturday
night of Bright's disease, aged 55
years and 10 months. lie was a law
yer and a prominent and iulluential
In 1874 Mr. Al.en was chosen to
represent tho Tirenty-fourlh Senatorial
JJistnot, consisting ot tiyooming, Col
umbia, Montour and Sullivan oouulies,
for the short term, under the provisions
of the new constitution. Ilia record'
in the Slate Senato was suoh that ho
was returned for tho full term of four
yoars by a largely increased majority,
He shono in the Senate, as ono of tho
brightest members, and his services
were generally recognized as of great
and incalculable value, upon the con
clusion of his term ho resumed tho
praotico of the law, and always dis
couraged the efforts of bis friends to
push him forward as a cnudiditc for
lie was a staunoh Democrat, but not
of tho partisan kind. In 1883 ho was
a member of tho Executive Committoo
of tho Sta o Democratic organization.
In 1884 ho represented tho Sixteenth
Pennsylvania district in the Demooratio
National Convention, which nominated
President Clovoland. In 1885 he was
temporary chairman of tho Stato Dem
His fuui ral took placo on Wednes
day, Tliora is more Catarrh iu this boo
tion of tho country than nil other dis
eases put logother, and until tho last
few years was supposod to bo inour
ablo. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease, and pres
cribed local remedies, and by constant
ly failing to euro with local treatment,
pronounoed it incurable Scienco lias
provon Catarrh to bo a constitutional
disease and thurcforo requires consti
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Curo, manufactured by P.J. Chonoy &
Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only constitu
tional euro on the Market. It is taken
internally in dusos from 10 drops to a
teaspoon full. It acts directly upon
tho blood and mucous surface) of tho
system. Thoy offer ono hundred dol
lars for any o:iw it fails to ouro. Send
or circulars unci testimonial?. Address
F. J, Cheney & Co., Tolodo, O.
Bold by Druggists, 75o.
Report of Grand Jury filed on
Thursday, Docombor 1.
Tho following roada confirmed abso
lutely! Scott township uoar James
Show's) Sugarloaf nenr N. W. Howards
saw mill) Franklin near W. G. Fu-her's
Bonton near Emanuel Laubaoh'B.
Bridge near W. M. Yooum's mill In
Locust approved by grand jury.
Brldgo near old fulling mill in Main
Tho scoond week of court opened on
Monday rooming, all tho Judges on
Docket callod and judgments taken.
Oidercd that tho first six casos on
tho list be placed for trial in their or
der after tho orimlual list, for Wednes
day of tho first week of uoxt court. In
tho event of all or citbor not boiug
called or touched for trial during said
first week, they shall not loeso thoir
picccdcnco and standing on tho list for
tho second week.
Forty eight jurors ordered to bo
drawn for first week and thirty six for
second week of February court.
Silas Connor, F, W.- Eaton, Charles
Haas, Charlus Kreigh, Eugno Lookard
and Jo'epli Ralston excused as Jurors.
B. F. Rico appointed tipstaff (for
ltoad in Pino near Qrecnly's saw
mill confirmod nisi and width fixed
at 33 feet.
Bonds of John L. Kline, oounty
treaBurtr, approved by the court.
Auditor's report in estato of M. O.
Slouu coulirincd nisi.
S. M. Dougherty vb E. L. Shaman
case tried, verdict for defendant.
C. C. Evans appointed commissioner
in ro' lunaoy of J. E. Snyder.
Injunction granted against tno
Bloomburg Electric Light & Power
John U. rarker vs D armors 1'ro luce
Exchange, joinder in demurrer, rule to
show cause granted.
.Exceptions hied to auditors report
in estate of Joseph Q. Keller.
J, Yv. Jiivans vs. unas. miuan,
Arthur Johnson ct si. caso tried, verd
ict for plantiff for $29.12.
Bonds of Jesse Rittenhouse and
Charles L. Siuds. approved by tho
L. II. Leo & Bro. vs. Silas Hoof
nagle, caso called, Jury discharged at d
Samuel Nevhard. DameA Mordin Jr.
i-aBH.,."W-: 1 lfoKappointed viowtrs
r -l n ....... Al.l.:.
Road in Benton near Jonas Uanlz'b
Isaao A. Dewitt, J. F. Dfsr and G.
W. Farvor annotated viewers.
In lb i matter of the publication of
applications for liquor licenses. JNow
Deo 9. 1890. it is ordorod aud directed
that tho nublication abovo named be
tnado and advertised for three consecu
tive weeks nrior to tho license courr,
in the "Columbian" and "Catawissa
News Item," newspapers published
iu the county. By iho court.
Fannie Elliot vs. Mahlon E. Elliott
C. B. Jackson appointed commissioner
to take testimony.
J. G. Freeze appointed auditor to
make distribution in estato ot Uattia
J. II. Vastine's use vs. Thomas Ger
ity, alias writ of haboro facias possess
Order of sale continued in estate of
Order of salo continued in estate of
Estato of Stephen Walp, a lunatio,
citation to executrix of Jeremiah
Walp to file an account of his manage
ment as coinmitteo of said Stephen
Commonwealth vs. J. B. Blue. On
motion of District Attorney, and upon
statement that defendant has served
three months in oounty jail, and that
the money alleged to havo been em
bezzled has beeu repaid, uol pros al
C. E. Goyei appoiuttd auditor iu
estato of Geo. Munson.
John F. l'faliler vs. W. Nungcsser
and Albert Longonburger, alias writ
of habere facias posseasioneiii awarded.
Edward S. GtarboartK-q. a member
of tho bar of Montour county, admitted
to pract cp in Columbia county.
A. N. Yost appointed auditor lh cs
tato of Mary Rupert.
A. N. Yost appointed auditor in es
tato of Harriet Rupert.
W. 11. Rhawn appointed auditor iu
estate of Harman Fahringer.
S. M. Dougherty vs. F. L. Shuman,
rale to show oanso why now trial shall
not be granted.
G. E. Elwell continued as auditor in
estato of D. W. Walter.
A. N. Yost appointed auditor of
Adjourned to Saturday at 2 p. m.
There has been some talk on tho
street that the county commissioners
aro contemplating thu introduction of
tho Swead, mills is Co, system of
lioatinir, ventilating and olosuts. Tho
court house is alroady supplied with
steam neat and sewer connection, and
tho ohanga would involve the loss of
what has already been done and n
hoavy oxnnso for the new apparatus
Thero does not seom to be any occasion
for suoli a change and the oost of the
addition to tho o urt house will be
quito sufficient, without imposing upon
tho tax payers any useless and unneces
Wo have commenced as usual
to make our own candies for tho
Holidays, adding a few novel
ties since last year.
You can find on our counters
a full assortment of Pure Clear
Toys, "Our Own" Mixtures,
Stick Candies and Taffies in all
llavors, hesides a very full line
of CHRISTMAS Tli.UJE OR
NAMENTS. Special terms to
churches and all large orders.
People who look after the
health of their children will buy
only candies they know to bo
pure. Prices as low a3 any ior
Mail orders receive prompt
M, M. PHILLIPS,
SIMPLY ASTONISHING I
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In niuao oo'rcctljr wlttala & minutes alter oow-
tnencug, vy using
Ilfiipp' .Hulo C'lieri,
without anr other Instruction, this we positively
iriiiiratiin. Vor aal brail Anurias Mualo Ileal.
. era throughout the United Mates or mailed OU
I root to your aaaress oa receipt ui vnvv, jti.w.
1 a J. IIEI'FK BOH, 1117 Chestnut UL, f Mia., Fa.
Nor. li-i jr,
II a constitutional and not a loeal rHseaia.
Mid therefore It cannot ba cured br local
application. It requires a eoniUtutlonal
ramedjr like Hood's Barsaparllla, which,
working through tho blood, cradlcatei the
Irnpurltj which causes and promotes the
disease, and affects a perntanant cure.
Thousands ot people testily to the snccesi
el Hood's Rarsaparllla as a remedy for
catarrh when other preparations had failed.
Hood's Barsaparllla also builds up tha whole
system, and makes you feel reniwed la
health and strength.
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uncrr tuouirrict tocu. At on tngiuu.
beginning with 'ha Holiday Number,
loul nargeato one hundred PAOES
' pages, radiant with .
new and larger type, a neio style of
page', and fresh, strong literary and
Mrs. Burton Harrison, whose story f
"inu Angiomamaca" uas oeen tno sensation
ol the Benson in The Century, has written for
W11.K awiex a otory called "Diamond! and
Hon. John D. Long, (rz-Qovcmor of
nituttsiicuuBeik,; luruuuus hijl aruuiua unuer
the ceneral title of our Government, for the
enlightenment ot coming citizens the boys and
girls ot to-day.
Kirk Munroe, who lately lived for a llmo
me hid ui u rtuiruuu ujiui, iu uu puaaua iruui
parlor car to cattlo cage, has put his experi
ence Into a thrilling serial for boys called "Cub
and Caboose, btrlklng pictures by Edmund
M&rearet Sidney's new serial, "Five Lit
tie Peppers Grown Up," win tell more about
rony uua uaeper uuu uuuu ttiia uau
Phron&le, and others, as It runs through the
tear. Fjrty charming lllustxatlons by Charles
Harletta's Qooi Tlmei, will chronicle
in ner own worus. irjiu uer uwu uauiisunpi,,
the childhood adventures of Marnetu Am
UIs3 Matilda Archamoeaa Van Eorn, a little
gin who nai a great many ancestors, is an
lricslstable little louts' serial, by KUzabetn
Unnsslly Interesting Articles, somo elabo-
Dining with Qlsdstone,' by Mrs. Oe'eral
John A. Logan ; 'Amy ltobsart's Embroidery.'
by Francos A. Uumphro : 'Mother aoose'a
Pets, by Agnes Hcppuer; 'uypslea and tlypsy
lng,' by Ellzabetn Uoblns l'ennell; 'Somo
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'Sclnte Marie Oo'leio of Wynchsstre,' br Oscar
Fay Adams : 'Boston's Girl Sculptor,' by Mrs.
Newberry ; 'The bugar Crank,' by Theodore
Some Problems In Hprology, by E. II, Haw.
ley or Smithsonian lntllullon, Washington,
The best cf Short Stories, from thousands
onerea at a soucuea toe past year.
The Landing of the Pilgrims, n facsimile
reproduction oi reiicia ueman a laiaous pueiu,
from the original Jin., now in rllgrlm Uall,
Figure Drawing for Children, In twelve lllus.
tour Drtze oilers each month.
Fine Ballads, by Uribam R. Thomson,
uarriei. rrescoti. cpanura, Alary ur.uiej
and Laura E. Klchards beautlluuy Illustrated
by Garret, bandham and Taylor.
Tho ever popular. Ways to do Things, the
school and Playground Stories, Tangles, Post
umce and Men and Things.
Wide Awake is only $2.40 a year.
D. LOTHROP COMPANY,
XsUM of Jtsse Frill, late of Sugarloaf Hep. iefi.
Notice Is hereby given that letters ot adminis
tration on the estate ot Jesse Fritz, late or tne
township ot rtugtrloat, county ot Columbia and
state ot Pennsylvania, deceased, have Seen grant,
ed to J. w. Fritz andS. S. Fritz, ot sugarloaf. col.
uo. i a., uj wnom au persons inaeotta to saia es
tate are requested to make payments, anl those
having claims or demands! will mave known tha
same without delay to J. W. FltlTZ,
A. L Fiitz, Atty. Admr's.
The poller holders of tho nrlarcreek Farmers'
Mutual Insurance Company ot Lime Kldge will
meet at the llallottbo centre urange, p. of II., In
centre townshlD. Columbia countr. Pa.. n Mon.
day, January 1st. w, between the hours of 10 a
ana p. in., nr tne purpose or eieciiug airootors
for the eneuln? year, and lor tranaac.tincr such
other business as may propcrlr come tietoro said
The Holiday season as it an-
proaches revives everywhere
the interest in books.
There are no other gifts so
appropriate or more appreciated
by their recipients than books.
11TI . s 1 .t I f
w nemer it De tne oooic 01
rare binding or standard volume
for the library, or the lighter
work of fiction, all are read and
appreciated. I hen too noth
ing is so well acjapted to every
taste to suit every class- -books
for young and old for amuse,
ment and instruction for labor
and leisure books for the holi
days and every day books for
Is there any particular book
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you no more here than direct
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"I nsod nooda BarsaparllU for catarrh,
and received (teat relief and benefit from It,
The catarrh was rsry disagreeable, causing
constant discharge from my nosa, ringing
noises In my ears, and pains in the back ol
my head. The eftest to clear my bead In the
morning by hawking and iptttlng was pain
ful. Hood's Barsaparllla gars m relief Inv.
mediately, while In time I wis entirely
eured. I think Hood's Barsaparllla Is worth
IU weight In gold." Una. O. D. Otu, lost
Slghth Street, N.W., Washington, D. 0.
"Hood's Barsaparllla has helped me mora
for catarrh and Impure blood than anything
else I erer used." A, Baij, Syracuse, N. Y.
(loniT'a LlDT'a Ilooa- for December or January
will tell you how to procure a ItucilBSTBIt 1IUAH3
piano lamp without cost. Send it cento for
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Tartcty of Department, all ably edUcd Literary,
Kashlon. Flowers, Knravlngs, llon o culture,
Music, lteclpes, eta, are a few of tho aublecta
In January number will begin tho now power
ful and excltics Berlat by
ALNA H. LIGHTNER,
Under the Chastening;
THE PSIDE OF THE WHITTIHOTONS.
Author of "Bliadoxo anl SumJitne," eVeadi." "A
Waystae Violet," etc
.Also, short htorlea and Berlals, with original
(Photopravure) llluatratloos by otlvla LaroU Wil
son, Ada Marie Prole, Kmlly Hood, Marian Keeres.
Humorous Bketchoa by HclletO. Ureeno. flowera
and their culture by Bmnia J. dray. Sketches
and Poems by wnua c. Steele, etc In fact, tor
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Beautiful Pron lums For CInbs.
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The undersigned will sell at publlo t endue on
the premises on
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27,
at 10 o'clock a.m., the following real estate situ.
ato In the village ot Catawissa, Pa., bounded and
described as follows: Deglnnlng in Main street In
said village, a t a corner lot marked and numbered
No U, and run nlng thence by the same southeast
210 feet to an alley, thence by said alley southeast
49 feet inches to the comer ot lot ot Jesse K,
Sbarpless, thence by tho same northeast 910 feet
to said Main street, thenoe by said street north,
west 4 feet 9 lnohes to the place ot beginning,
whereon Is erected a two story
and Outbuildings. Terms cash.
GEO. IS. EL WELL.
JX EC I UTOIl'a NO 1 ICE.
folate o Peter Cross, aewatea.
Letters testamentary on said estate having been
f ramed to tho undersigned executor, all persons
adebted to said estate are hereby notldM to oar
tho same, and thoso havlig claims against said
est'iui to present me same to
GOV JiCOlY, Atty. P WIDGU033,
Iir vlrt uo ot a writ ot Alias Fl. fa. issued out ol
the Court of Common rieas ot CoL Co., fa., and
to me directed, tbere will be sold In the Sheriff's
omco la the Court Uouse, moorajburf, rn., on
SATUUDW, JANUARY 3, 1891.
at 10 o'clock a. m., all that certain tract ot land
situate In Mifflin township, Columbia Co., Pa.,
bounded and described as follows, to-wlt i North
wardly by lands ot John Atcn, lllram Oruver, 1,
Ecbweppdcbelser and publlo roxd leading from
Mslnvllleto tllnitnvllle; eattwardly by lands ot
the heirs ot jJUtnel Fettero'f, dtceased, south
wardly by lands formerly owned by John It. Vote
and Abraham EchweppeuUelser. weUwardly by
lands ot Samuel Kneohl and Join Aten, contain
ing SEVENTY-THREE AORK3
a nd Forty-tour rercbes ot Land st let measure
more or less, whereon are erected a iwo-ttsry
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE,
Frame llanlc Darn anl other outbuildings.
A well of water at the bouse,
Belied taken Into execution at tne suit of D. I).
Fetterolf, Adm'r of Michael Fetterolf, deceased,
use, versus u U. Koebler and to be bold as the
property ot L. 11. Koehler.
u. it. utile, John n. oabey.
A UDITOU'a NOTICE.
itatt of Harriet Rupert late of tnt town of
The underslirned. an auditor tDUMnted br the
Orphans' Court ot Cotumblt county to make dir.
inuuuon oi vuo muu iu mu uauui avn import, au.
mlBUtratrls. as appears by her nnal account, will
alt at his ofllce tq Bloomsbuiir, la, on Haturday,
January Srd, ln, al 0 o'clock a. m , when and
where all pan lea Interested must present and
prove their claims or be debarred from participat
ing u tho dlalilDulton of said fund
pec U, WO. Auditor.
SIS AT. GARMENTS
Cape and Hurts of Heal, ItnuMn .MM", Minx,
Doaver, I'CMlnn, Alaska table, Jlonkny, etc., u c,
of nnrnt. quality far below mtrkct value. An ex-
Krlenco ot to years has os'abtlshed for our muse
o hlgh st reputation. All goods warranted.
14 West Htli St., New York Oitv.
The undersigned, surviving executor ot the last
will and testament of Kieklol Cole, lato of Sugar-
loaf township, In Columbia county, lcnna., now
offers At publlo salo on the premises on
THURSDAY. DECEMBER IN.
A. D. 1 W, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, a largo
oody ot the roost dcsiNbie real estate to bo found
In the township.
Itcou'lstsof a tract of land lying upon both
sides of the Flshlngcrcek, and comprising In tho
That portion of It which Is upon tho west side
ot the creek has tho following Improvements and
advantages, to-wlt. A large frame
formerly Kept aa s notet, a Frame llulldlng erect
od for and occupied as a country store, a largo
frame building crectod and occupied as a tenant
heuso, and also outbuildings, saw mill, Ac It Is
well wooded and has a considerable quantity of
excellent fruit. It Is accessible by two public
roads and a county bridge, and also by tho tiloom s
burg 6ulllvan railroad, and It contains about
The remainder of tho tract lying upjn the cast
side ot the creek, U also accessible by two publlo
roada and a county brld jo across Flshlngcrcek to
the railroad. Tbo Improvements are a large barn
Ac., the whole tract having been occupied as the
homestead farm, This plcco contains about
It win bo soil together or In parcels as may be
deemed most expedient. The sale will be ljy the
acre. A draft of the land with the Improvements
roads, tc, can be seen In tho hands ot the execu
tor at the banking house ot tho Blo-'msburg Hank
TEltMS OF BALK. Ton ner ant. at nnA.rmirth
ot the purchase money to bo pall upon striking
down tho property, ono-fourth less tho ten per
cent, cn April 1st, 1891, the balance ot two-thirds
ot tho purchase money on prll ist. 18J1, witn In
terval, iruui Auni ibl, icivi, iuh remaining one-inira
to tifl lnrt In thn lunila (tnrlnir Iho Urn nf t.n ivM.
ow, the Interest thereon to be paid to her semi-
annually aunng ner me, ana tne principal to tne
Executor at ber death.
P08SISSION Will be given April 1st, 1S91 upon
tho nurchasermahlnQr DavmenLS a nbove and crlv.
lng bond and mortgage on the premises, to secure
the unpaid purcbisu money, whereupon a deed
will bo executed and do.lvered.
Tne tenants snare of tne crops reserved,
11. II. OUOTZ, Executor,
GOOD S A. .A 11 Y
AND H.Vt'IlNMiS PAID.
Wo want a tew more goo-l men to sell our nur
sery products. To cncnretlc and reliable men we
will Kuaranteo Liberal wages and lcrmanent
jiuuuimnint, 1'revi'jUH txneriencu dul renuirvo.
Terms and otitnt tree. Address stating age and
SEARS. HENRY & GO..
SENECA NUKSKUIIK. GENEVA, N. Y.
ABE POSITIVELY CTJltKD BY
MitcM's Cure-all Corn & Bnnltm Plasters.
Ons Tsui win make a cripple dance for joy.
Bold by Druggists, or sent by mall for 60c per box.
Kovelty i'lastov Works, JLowell, Mass.
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF
or OI.L CLOTH,
YOU WILL FIND A NICE LINE AT
W. H. BEOWEE'S
2nd Door above Court IIous .
A new lot of Window Curtains received this week.
J". Or. WELLS.-
wiMKMUi-M m. Kja
Be sure and look at the display of
JEWELRY, WATCHES, &c.
Finest Hue in the County, before purchasing your Xmas
HAVE YOUB EYES FITTED FREE OF
CHARGE AT J. G. WELLS'.
ALL GLASSES GUARANTEED TO FIT.
Prepared to turn out fine Watch and Jewelry Work of all
kinds on short notice. All work guaranteed,
D11IN13 riUTIUX NO HCE.
Ktlate of JiuDhftnta Robblm, late of Oreenwooi
Notice Is hereoy (rlren Inn letter ot admlnlr
tratlonc. t a. In ibe atiOTO estate nave been
granted to the underrgael, an t all pirlles In
(KDWd to said esuite are requested to make Im
mediate payment, and those baling culms to
present Ibe 8 line wltbout delay to
MA 111 A KITCI1KM,
W-S-lt. Adm'x., MUlvllle, Pa.
"IUUol Tom, Olid to see you, old fellow I
It's almost ten years fines w wen married. Bit
dowm let's have an experience meeting. How's
the wits f
" Oh I she's so-so, same as niual, alwsys wast.
ing something I can't afford."
Well, we all want something mors Utn we've
got. Don't you T "
" Tes i but I guess 1 want will be my master.' I
started to keep down sinenses ; and now Ul says
I'm 'mean,' and she's tlrrd of saving and never
having anything to show for It. I saw your wlf
down street, ana she looked as bsppy as a queen I''
" I think she Is l and ws ara economical, too,
have to be. My wife can maks a little go further
.' mijwu. kiki men, j, mum m aiwaji sur-
me wun some aainiy contrivance mat
dl to tha comfort anil iMtantv of nnr llttU hnm.
and she's alwsys ' merry as a lark.' When I ask
bow she manages It, sbe always laufrhs and says;
Oh I that's my secret I ' But I think I've die.
covered her ' secret.' When we married, we both
knew we should have to be very caret ol, but she
made one condition! she would have lierMagazln.
And sbe was right I I wouldn't do wlthooiu my
self for double the subscription price. We. read
It together, from the title-page to the last word t
the stories keep onr hearts young ( the synopsis
of Important events and sclentlne matters keeps
me potted to that I can talk understanding ot
what It going on ; my wife Is alwayt trying eoms
new idea from the nontehold department! she
makes all her drettet and thote for the children,
and the gets all her patterns for nothing, with the
Hsgazine ; and we saved Joe when he as so sick
with the croup, by doing Juit as directed In tha
(Unitarian Department. Ilut I can't tell vou half I"
"Whatwonderfsl Mezritlne la It "
" Demorett's Family Jf sgazlne, and"
"What I Why that's what Ul wasted so bad,
and I told ber it was an extravagance."
"Well, mr friend, that's Where yon mads a
grand mistake, and one you'd better rectify as
soon as yon can. I'll take your 'tub.' right here,
on my wife's account! she's bound to hive a china
tea-set In time for our tin wedding nest month.
11 y gold watch was tu j premium I got for getting
up a club. Here's a copy, with the new Premium
Llttfor clubs, the biggest thing outl If you don't
see In It what you ant, you've only to writs ta
the publisher and tell kin) what you want.whethtt
It la s Isck-hammer or a new carriage, and he win
Ivake special terms for you, either for a club, or for
barteatb, Jlettcr subscribe right off and surprise
Mrs. Tom. Only 13.U0 a jear-wUl save If ly limes
that in six monihs. Or seadtOccsts direct to the
sraMUtxr, W, JOap Deaueest, U Kast lit
2ZfoSfi wgw ton im$
Prices astonishingly low, they never were any lower.
HATS, CAPS, OF ALL KINDS.
COLLARS AND NECKWEAR.
In Great Varieties.
TRUNKS, VALISES, AND UNDERWEAR,
OF ALL KINDS.
OVERCOATS ! .OVERCOATS ! CL.OTIIINO
of all sorts for comfort at surprisingly
Low Prices. At
THE RELIABLE CLOTHIE
" S'o other Weekly Paper give)
rl Comes S"i- "1 SroniES I V- -r SCIENCE aT?.BiiiueU.urr.m, ts
EVERY 1JN BYTHE 1.1000 TRAVEL , jho IKL"
w su y
FREE. TO JAN. I, 1891.
To bt NKW BtinSCRIIlKIl wli mill eat oat aid Mod us this slip wllk name and
Rddrms nd (tit Pattal or fjrprtu Monty Order or Registered Letter at our rbH vre will Hrnd
TUB YOUTH'S COMPANION FRKRt Jansmnr, 1R01. nnd Tor a Pall Yenr from Hint Dnle.
This offer tnelades Ike FIVE DOUni.E HOLIDAY NtlMllKItS for TbankssUlnir. Clirlstums,
New Year'e, Easter aad Foarth-of-julr, and all the Illnstrnted Wreklr Siipvlenienm.
Addreu, THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, 41 Temple Place, Boston, Mass.
m wj mi mi m w ft mi v-a
ft k b ft k -fc
Fine Cabinet portraits only
$3 doz. Lite size Crayons
only $10.00, Viewing, copy
ing and enlarging. Instant
process uped. tl.
DM1N TltATOlf NOTICE.
slate of Reuben It Dads, tats of Benton township
Notice Is hereby given tuat letters of adminis
tration on t ie estate of Itcuen II. navls, lat6 ot
tbe township of tvn'on. county of Columbia and
Mate of Pennsylvania, deceased, have been grant
ed to f. L. invito! Denton, col Co., l'a., to whom
all pertons Indebted to si id estate are reuuestuU
to make payments, and thoei having rial m or de
mands will inake known the same wltbout delay
to riUDtVli Adm'r.
It. IlrcilNSiuu. Uenton.
H. A. KEiUP,
linn reiuuvid to Stnvt b" ltlook, in
rO' ma lotmutly ojcuiilu'l iy Roiton
stock, having I lit in rHnoilt'ul ntul put
ting tl o in oomorle nnJ back-
grouml'i Iu, an J in prupartd to da thu
finet nnil iiiohI arttHtio work.
CABINETS from OOo to $4 per d. z,
CRAVONS $5.00 and upward.
A Speoia! Otliinot Wo Mako.
1 DOZ. OAIHNILI'3 and ono 10 x 12
ALL FOR $2 50.
TbU offer is only good until Jin. 1,
Remember tlio placo, on Mttti street
2 doors below Iron street, "Hloomaburg,
For The Holidnys.
Life size Crayons and photo
graphs. Finest work at
Copioa and Beautiful Calendar
to great a Variety of Entertaining and Inilnulire
A CITY LUXURY.
Just as the city looks to the country for most of the luxuries used
on its tables, so the country must turn to the city for those conven
iences which are justly termed luxuries for the hard-working house
wife. City housekeepers have learned to realize that to save time is to
is one of the best known city luxuries and each time a cake is used i
an hour is saved. On floors, tables and painted work it acts like a '
charm. For scouring pots, pans and metals it has no equal. IF YOUR
STOREKEEPER DOES NOT KEEP IT YOU SHOULD INSIST
UPON HIS DOING SO, as it always gi -es satisfaction and its immense
sale all over the United States makes it an almost necessary article to
any well-supplied store. Everything shines after its use, and even the
children delight in using it in their attempts to help around the house.
Pattern Hats and Bonnets,
Wednesday, September ITU..
MISS H. E. WAvSLEY,
NEXT DOOR TO I. W. IIARTMAN & SONS.
THE POSITIVE CURE.
Wi UltOTllEItS, 60 Warren
JR(Brfy MA (QfotMeg I
lewost Styles, Laifcesifc Cunts I
Lowest Friees I
AVE HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE LARGEST STOCK
Fall and Winter Clothing for
Men, Youths' and Children,
Ever Brought to This County.
Children's Suils.of all Styles. Como nnd Seo for Yourself.
We are not onerine old stock lint, ihnv
just received, and moro on tho
lilln.l .....1 1 !t i- .11
" Y "iviiu yuu u can. ami sec anil makeselections
from tho latest styles.
Suits sold for $3.60 and upwards. Wo havo nlso,
Hats, Caps and Furnishing Goods.
In our Merchant Tailoring Department wo can furnish
you tho Best Cooda at Low Prices and guarantee satisfaction
Call at once at
EVANS & MWBB,
COItHER MAW AUD IRON STUCCIS.
Heading at to low a priee,
Bt, New Tork. frlce w etJ
way. Our large storo room is