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RIGHT IN IT.
Yes, the sidewalks are bad enough, but the
crossings are sufficient to take the sole right out
ol any self-respecting shoe. Now we've prepared
our soles to protect our customers' feet. We have
a strong, warm, tight shoe that just revels in mud
and slush—a shoe that will take you through the
worst crossing in town and come up smiling every
step. On sale at
W.C. McKINNEY'S,
Clark's Building. Main Street.
THE COLUMBIAN.
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
00UB.T HOUSE NEWS.
What Has Occurred There Since Our
Formor Report.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
The following marriage licenses
have been issued by Clerk W. H.
Henrie, since those last published.
George J. Knecht and Miss Sarah
V. Creasy both of Mifflinville.
David B. Mericle and Miss Mary
G. Wise, both of Madison township.
Peter J. Lavelle of Centralia and
Miss Mary Jane Brennan of Conyng
ham.
TRANSFER OF REAL ESTATE.
The following transfers of real es
tate have been recorded in the office
of C. B. Ent, register and recorder,
during the week.
F. R. Jackson and wife to Edward
B. Kepner for land in Berwick."
I. W. McKelvy et. al. to John N.
Gordon for tract of land in Montour
township.
Reuben Guild to John N. Gordon
for tract of land in Montour township.
L. L. Kline et. al. to O. D. Mc-
Henry for tract of land in Madison
township.
Jennie Masteller et. al. to Charles
Masteller for land in Briarcreek town
ship.
James W. Montgomery to George
Cohen for tract of land in Beaver
township.
John G. McHenry and wife to A.
1.. McHenry for tract of land in
Benton township.
J. H. Vastine and wife to C. E.
Kern tor tract of land in Cleveland
township.
Jacob Strausser to Jacob H.
Rhodes for tract of land m Locust
township.
Everybody Stya So.
. Cnscarets Candy Cathartic, the most won
l refill medical discovery of the age, pieas
aut and refreshing to the taste, act gently
and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels,
cleansing the entire system, dispel colds,
cure headnohe, fever, liabitual constipation
and biliousness. Please buy and try a box
of C. C. C. to-day, 10,25, 50 cents, bold and
guaranteed to cure by all druggists.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
L. T. Sharpless Co. Limited, have
cabbage, celery, lettuce, onions, and
potatoes. In the fruit line they have
Malaga grapes, Concord and Catawba
grapes, oranges, lemons and bananas.
The Victoria brand of canned vege
tables is among the finest in the market
and the Silver Cord canned fruits of
all kinds command a large trade. A
complete line of fine groceries, pro
visions, flour, canned meats, &c. can
always be found on their shelves.
Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys
and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or
gripe, IOC. 4 i-iy
Cail and see samples of our new
lithographing printing lor all kinds ol
commercial work. It is new and very
pretty, and costs no more than other
printing. THE COLUMBIAN office, tf.
WANTED.— A lot ranging from 25
*O3O acres with good building cn. Ad
dress P. O. Box 14, Light Street, Pa.
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Programs for Christian Endeavor
and Epworth League societies for
sale at THE COLUMBIAN office, tf.
Lithographed bonds, stock certifi
cates, and checks are furnished at
THE COLUMBIAN office. tf.
Try Qrain-0! Try Grain-0 !
Ask your Grocer to-day to show you
a package of GRAINO, the new food
drink that takes the place of coffee.
The children may drink it without in
jury as well as an adult. All who try
it, like it. GRAIN O has that rich
seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is
made from pure grains, and the most
delicate stomach receives it without
distress. J the price of coffee. 15c.
and 85c. per package. Sold by all
grocers. 1-6 4td-
Book Lost.
The person who borrowed Vol. 15,
County Court Reports, from the office
of Geo. E. Elwell, will confer a favor
by returning the same at once. tf
HOOD'S PILLS cure Liver Ills, Bil
iousness, Indigestion, Headache.
Casy to take, easy to operate. 26c.
ONE OF TWO WAYS.
The bladder was created for one
purpose, namely, a receptacle for the
urine, and as such it is not liable to
any form of disease except by one of
two ways. The first way is from im
perfect action of the kidneys. The
second way is from careless local treat
ment cf other diseases.
CHIEF CAUSE.
Unhealthy urine from unhealthy
kidneys is the chief cause of bladder
troubles. So the womb, like the blad
der, was created for one purpose, and
if not doctored too much is not liable
to weakness or diseases, except in rare
cases. It is situated back of and very
close to the bladder, therefore any
pain, disease or inconvenience mani
fested in the kidneys, back, bladder or
urinary passage is often, by mistake,
attributed to female weakness or womb
trouble of some sort. The error is
easily made and may be as easily
avoided. To find out correctly, set
your urine aside for twenty four hours;
a sediment or settling indicates kidney
or bladder trouble. The mild and ex
traordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp Root, the great kidney, and
bladder remedy, is soon realized. If
you need a medicine you should have
the best. At druggists fifty cents and
one dollar. You may have a sample
bottle and pamphlet, both sent free
by mail. Mention THE COLUMBIAN
and send your address to Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y. The pro
prietors of this paper guarantee the
genuineness of this offer.
The murder of little Percy Lock
yar by 14 year old Sam Henderson
in Philadelphia on Monday is
another example of liovv boys profit
by everlastingly reading dime
novels. Henderson killed his victim
by stabbing him and afterward put
ting his body in the creek, with two
heavy stones upon it. Another
youngster named Willie Addison
would probably have suffered the
same fate, had he not run away.
He claims Henderson had asked
him to come back and he would
show him how the Indians killed
their victims. It is thought the
young murderer is out of his mind,
although he manifests no insanity
in an ordinary conversation.
Chicken and Waffle Supper.
A chicken and waffle supper will be
given at the M. E. Church at Buck
horn, on Saturday evening Jan. 22
from the hour of 5 to 10. Supper 25c.
FLORIDA.
Personally-Conducted Tour via Pennsylvania
Railroad.
With its matchless climate, its
orange groves, its rivers and lakes, its
boating and bathing, its fishing and
hunting, and its primeval forests,
Florida presents unrivaled attractions
for the valetudinarian, the lover of
nature, the sportsman, and the ex
plorer.
The first Jacksonville tour of the
season via the Pennsylvania Railroad,
allowing two weeks in Florida, leaves
New York by special train Tuesday,
January 25. Excursion tickets, in
cluding railway transportation, Pull
man accommodations (one berth), and
meals en route in both directions
while traveling on the special train,
will be sold at the following rates :
New York, $50.00 ; Philadelphia,
$48.00 ; Canandaigua, $52.85 ; Erie,
SS4-8s ; Wilkes Barre, $50.35 ; Pitts
burg, $53.00 ; and at proportionate
rates from other points.
For tickets, itineraries, and full in
formation apply to ticket agents;
Tourist Agent, 1196 Broadway, New
York ;or address Geo. W. Boyd,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Broad Street Station, Philadelphia.
1-13-st
A Sensible Man
Would use Kemp's Balsam for the
Throat and Lungs. It is curing more
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Croup and all throat and lung troubles
than any other medicine. The pro
prietor has authorized any druggist to
give you a Sample Bottle FREE to con
vince you of the merit of this great
remedy. Price 25c and 50c.
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A new lot of general warranty
deeds just printed and for sale at this
office.
THE COLUMBIA, BLOOMSBIJRG, PA.
OFFIOSRB ELECTED-
Tlfc following Directors and officers
were elected tor the Briar Creek Farm
ers Mutual Insurance Company for
the year 1898 : Laf. Creasy, Geo.
Connor, A. W. Spear, J. G. Swank,
A. P. Young, H. C. Barton, J. H.
Eck, S. E. Morse, D. K. Laubach,
H. J. Seely, J. N. Gordon and H. H.
Brown. J. G. SWANK, Pres. H. H.
BROWN, Sec'y.
CALIFORNIA.
Personally-Conducted Tour via Pennsylvania
Railroad.
American and especially trans-con
tinental travel has been revolutionized
by the Personally-Conducted Tours of
the Pennsylvania Railroad. California,
the "land of promise," the dream of
the tourist, has been made easily and
comfortably accessible. Through trains
of palatial appointments run between
the Atlantic and the Pacific, affording
ample opportunity to visit the most
interesting points cn route, and insur
ing a degree of comfort and special
attention not otherwise attainable.
The next tour to California under this
matchless system will leave New York,
Philadelphia, and Pittsburg Thursday,
January 27, visiting St. Louis, El
Paso, San Diego, Riverside, Los
Angeles, Pasadena, Santa Barbara,
Monterey, San Francisco, Salt Lake
City, Glenwood Springs, Colorado
Springs and Manitou, Denver, &c.
Round-trip rate, including transporta
tion, meals, carriage drives, hotel ac
commodations, and Pullman accom
modations, en route , and Pullman
berth Los Angeles to San Francisco,
and transportation in California,
$310.00 from all stations east of Pitts
burg; with hotel accommodations,
meals, transfers, and carriage drives
through California for four weeks,
$125.00 additional. An experienced
chaperon will accompany the party
for the benefit of the lady tourists.
For itineraries and full information,
apply to ticket agents ; Tourist Agent,
1196 Broadway, New York; or address
Geo. W. Boyd, Assistant General
Passenger Agent, Broad Street Station
Philadelphia. i-i3-2t.
H. W. SLOAH
* Clearing-Out Sale. *
Having rented my store room to Louis Cross,
the clothier, 1 must vacate the room now occu
pied by me.
The Satire Stock must be Closed Out.
Commencing Monday, January 3rd, 1898, I will offer the
citizens of Bloomsburg and vicinity the Greatest Values in
Dress Goods. Hosiery, Table Linens, Silks,
Underwear. Towels, Silk Velvets. Gloves,
Napkins, White Dress Goods, Silverware,
Counterpanes, Embroideries, Percales,
Flannels, Laces, Lawns, Ladies' Cloths,
Stamped Linens, *
And all other Dry Goods, Notions, aud Fancy Goods usually
kept in a first class Dry Goods Store.
THIS STOCK MUST B E SOD.
I have lost sight of Profits and Cost in this Closing Sale.
The first comers will have the best selection. You cer
tainly will save money. All goods will be sold for CASH.
ONLY and at prices you will not duplicate again. Everything
in the store in this sale.
Special discount to Dealers.
H. w. SLOAN.
East CORSER'S WHBH
street. SHOES & RUBBERS. 'MI
Interesting Shoe Items.
For Mothers and their Daughters:—
We have a job lot of Women's and Misses' Fine Dongola
Kid Shoes. Some of them hand sewed ; none worth less than
$2.00, some $3.00. All go in this Sale at the uniform price of
SI.OO a pair.
The sizes are I to 5.
See the Shoe, and see if Your Size
isn't here.
CORSER'S
46 E. Main St. Schuyler's old hardware stand,
BLOOMBBUKQ.
Where are the Big Pennies-
What becomes of the cents ? Of
119,900,000 old copper cents which
were sent out from the mint only
900,000 have ever been accounted for
and only now and then is a stray one
of the remaining 119,900,000 seen in
circulation. Of the 4,500,000 bronze
two cent pieces sent out only 1,500,-
000 ever found their way back, leav
ing 3,000,000 to be accounted for,
and there are an equal number of
nickel three cent pieces somewhere in
this country, though it is very rarely
one is seen. Of the 800,000 half
cents not one has ever been returned
to the mint. A few of this denomina
tion may be seen in the hands of coin
collectors, but the whereabouts of the
rest is a mystery.
DM you maka your Grain-O this way ?
Here are the latest directions :
Use one teaspoonful of Grain-O to
two cups of cold water. Mix the
Grain-O with half an egg aul add the
water. (Be sure to measure.) After
the water gets to the boiling point let
boil for fifteen to twenty minutes.
Use cream and sugar to suit the taste.
If you have not cream use hot milk.
A lady said : "The first time I
drank Grain O I did not like it, but
after using it for ten days and forming
the habit, nothing would induce me
to go back to coffee." This is the ex
perience of all. If you will follow
directions, measure it every time and
make it the same, and try it for ten
days, you will not go back to coffee.
Goal Found at Elysburg.
On the farm of James Vought, about
one-half mile north of Elysburg, North
umberland county an excellent out
cropping of a vein of anthracite coal
has been discovered and Friday morn
ing a gang of about fifteen men were
put to work on the same to develop it
and find out if it will prove of sufficient
thickness to work. The specimens
taken from the vein are of good
quality. It is the purpose of Mr.
Vought if the vein is found in suffici
ent thickness and quality to open the
workings and erect a small breaker
upon the spot.— Ashland Local.
Sales.
JAN. 22. The administrator of
William Rohrbach deceased will sell
personal property and real estate of
the decedent, in Franklin township.
Personalty at to a. m., real estate at
1:30 p. 111.
JAN. 22. Geo. W. Welliver will
sell a car load of fine Ohio horses.
Good drivers and workers. Sale rain
or shine.
JAN. 29. J. S. Williams, auctioner,
will sell land on Ninth street, above
Catharine, at the Court House, at 2
p. m. These lots were owned by the
estate of William Elwell, deceased.
Will be sold in 25 or 50 feet lots to
suit purchaser. Terms, one third
down, and balance in one year, with
interest.
JAN. 29. M. T. McHenry adminis
trator of E'ias McHenry deceased,
will sell personal property on the
premises; at one o'clock p. m. sharp.
MARCH 16. Entire livery outfit of
A. C. Ilidlay, at his livery stable in
Bloomsburg, consisting of horses,
buggies, harness, etc.
sso,oooWatch Us.
THE
BROADWAY
JANUARYSALE
-OF-
Muslins, Linens,
Curtains, Sheetings and
housekeeping goods.
A sale of fresh, new merchan
dise at Prices that have never
been surpassed for cheapness.
New This Week.
Heavy unbleached muslin, 3c yd
Yard wide percales, 5c yd
Special value in bleached muslin,
16 yds. for sl.
Colored cambrics, yd
Lace curtains, 38, 69, 98c, to $2 pair.
Chenille table covers, 30, 69c, 1.25,
$1.48 each
Canton flannels, 5, 8, 10c yd
White and gray cotton blankets, 42c
and 50c pair.
Stove lid filters, ic each
Mrs. Potts cold handle sad irons,
69c per set.
Sewing machine oil, 3c bottle
Perforated chair seats, 4 and 5c ea
Coffee mills, 19. 42c ea
Adz eve hammer-, 7c ea
2 qt. covered buckets, 4c ea
Lamp globes, all sizes, 6 for 25c
Wood chopping bowls, 8, 16, 24c ea
New lines of 5 and 10c. Glassware
opened this week. The best values
we have ever shown.
Agency for
Buttcrick Fashions.
Respectfully Submitted to the
Sash Trade Only by
m ill! GBB
Moyer's New Building, Main Street,
BLOOMSBURG.
$50,000 Watch Us.
THE
FUNDAMENTAL
PRINCIPLE
On which our shoes are built
is merit. They must be good,
we have them made so. Not
content with things as they are
we go on making them better.
Out of it comes the best foot
j wear possible.
FULL LINE OF
BQSIEB7 and
UNDERWEAR
I
W. H. floore. j
CORNER IRON AND MAIN STB.
lyrihe COLUMBIAN a year. P
JONAS LONG'S SONS' I
WEEKLY CKAfS. K I
WII.KES-BAKRE, PA., I
January 20th, 1898.1 1
The second week of our '
Greatest Clearing Sale
has grown Greater and
Grander than Ever.
All Wilkcs-Harrc and the coun
try around about is agog with ex
citement over the treniciuiousness >
and magnificence of the great buy
ing opportunities we are giving.
Vast crowds have continued to
flock to our store daily, buying
freely from department after de
partment; sell inlemst li.is led
careful people to flock to Jonas
Long's Sons because there is ab
solutely no risk ol paying too
much or get unworthy goods.
They found the goods at prices
lower than history had ever told of
in Wilkes-llarrc or Northeastern
Pennsylvania. In addition to our
already large list of January bar
gains, consisting of Domestics,
Linens, Towels, Toweling, Silks,
Dress Goods, Cloaks, Men's Fur
nishing Goods, Gloves, Linings,
Boys' Clothing and Hosiery. \Vc
offer yon for
This Week th4,£rgcst and
Finest Collection of
Muslin Underwear ever
Shown in this City,
Giving the best opportunity of the
j rear to buy the handsomest under
garments you have ever worn at a
: positive giving of three pieces at
' the price of one. Thousands of
j women, wise in such tilings will
thank the good fortune that has
brought them such elegancies so
low; should speedily avail them
selves of this chance. Alincst the
•ntire second floor of our great
building is devoted to this great
white sale.
Corset Covers 4c. and upvards.
Muslin Chemise 15c. anl up
wards.
Muslin Drrwers 10c. anl up
, wards.
Muslin Night Gowns ig< and
upwards.
Under Skirts 23c. and upwrds.
Muslin Skirts 28c. and upwards.
These arc all sample prices of
the low prices that prevail through
out the entire stock.
Every garment bears the stamp
of honest value ; you will see it in
the stitching and the cleverly made
button holes, fine laccs, intricate
ruffles and artistic embroideries.
WHITE GOODS.
Fine quality nainsook in largo
and small checks, sale price per
yard 4^c.
Finest stripe nainsooks, India
Linen, sale price per yard Bc.
French Organdies, beautiful Per
sian I .awns, rare dimities, plain
white and dotted swisses, French
Nainsook, and many other Spring
wash dress fabrics are now also on
exhibition, ranging in price from
Bc. to 35 c. per yard.
.Don't fail to' attend this great
sale; an order by mail from you
receives our prompt and careful
attention. During the continu
ance of this sale goods bought
will be delivered free to any ad
dress.
rilkes-Barre's Greatest Depart
ment Store.
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03*. y-l|nnlriif andPuhlic Square.
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