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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
FRIDAY, SKPTKMltKU 29, 1882.
Notice to Democrats.
Last day for paying taxes Saturday,
Last day for being naturalized Sat
urday, October 7th.
Congressman Walker of Williams
port has declined a rcnomination.
D. W. Connolly has been nominated
for Congress by tho Democrats of tho
Two more Star Routo conspirators
McD.ivitt nii-1 Prico have been con-
victt'd in tho United States district
court ut Washington.
Gen. Davis of tho Doylcstown Dem
ocrat has ben nominated for Congress.
Ho is a gentleman of culture and abi
lity nnd wo bono ho will bo elected.
Col. Henry MeCormiek ha received
the congressional nomination by tho
Democratic confeieucc of tho district
composed of Northumberland and Dau
phi n counties.
Candidate Stewart claims that tho
voto for tho Independent ticket will
reach 150,000. Let Democrats seo to
it that not a singlo ono of their party is
included in this number.
Hon. Adam Woolover, a prominent
citizen of Allentowii, died last Sunday
after a short illness. He was chief
clerk of tho House from 1875 to 1877,
and in 187G published a book called
"Treasury of wit and Humor," which
was well received.
James H. Hopkins, an exCongress
nian, and the man who pushed Pattison
bo closely for the nomination of Gover
nor, has been nominated for Congress
in ono of tho Pittsburg districts. He
will oppose Russell Krritt, ouo of
Cameron's' most subservient hench
Major Phipps, the manager of the
Philadelphia Almshouse, whoso gross
mismanagement was recently discover
ed, has been captured at Hamilton,
Ontario, and now awaits extradition.
He will get back hero in time to pay
his two per cent, assessment to Chair
man Cooper, and vote for Beaver, if by
that timo ho is not looking through
prison bars at tho penitentiary.
Hon. Thomas Marshall and Georgo
Lear, will address an Independent repub
lican meeting, at Chambersburg on
next Wednesday evening October 4.
Thomas Marshall was the nominee of
tho Harrisburg Convrntion for Con
gressman at large and George Lear
was the chairman of that Convention.
It seems there aro some Indepen
dents after all.
Tho Republican says that Tom Mar
shall is just tho man to speak in a bad
cause, and gives a sample of ore of his
little moral speeches. Tom has been
making republican speeches for a good
many years, but the orpins never found
out that ho was not perfectly moral un
til he switched off tho track. As to
his being just tho man for a bad cause
wo fully agree. Ho has been making
republican speeches so long that he has
got his hand in.
The Independent raovo is booming
all over tho State, while tho cause of
the Stalwarts is beginning to lag. Tho
present indications are that Stewart
will poll a larger voto than Beaver.
At all events tho election of Pattison
is almost a certainty. Nothing but the
indifference or treachery of Democrats
can defeat him. Tho Democrat who
votes for anybody else for Governor,
or fails to voto at all, is a traitor to
hU party, and not fit to exercise tho
rights of citizenship.
President Arthur is in a worry what
to do with Secretary Folger. After
Folger, was nominated by tho republi
cans of New York, through the mani
pulations of Jay Gould, tho administra
tion expected him to resign his position
as Secretary of the treasury. Folger does
not propose to resign his Secretaryship
for the uncertainty of becoming Gover
nor of New York. This will set aside
President Arthur's calculation!), as ho
expected to use Secretary Folger's re
signation as a pretext and re-arrange
his cabinet for political purposes.
The Wilkesbirro Union Leader, tho
leading Democratic paper of Luzerne
county, refuses to support the ticket
nominated' by the county conven
tion last woek, on tho ground that the
nominations were obtained by unlawful
means. If it has satisfactory evidence
that such is the case, tho Union Leader
is just right in the position it takes,
nnu will be sustained ami commended
by all honest people. Tho timo has
passed when party papers were uxpected
to wink at fraud within their lines. If
the Democracy oxpeuls to bo entrusted
with power ev.r again, it must show
that it can and will expose and punish
fraud committed by thoso who ask
to bo placed in ollice, nnd this can be
done only through tho medium of its
party organs, t ho law toruids tho use
of money, oxcopt as provided, in all
election and nominating conventions,
and no honest journal can afford to
permit tuo violation ot these laws to eo
unnoticed, no matter whoro tho light
ning may strike. Tho Union Leader
. should not stop at this, but see to it
that overy offender is punished to tho
lullesl extent of tho law.
Folger, present secretary of thoTrcas
ury, was nominated for governor of
Now York, by tho republican conven
tion of that state last week. Ho is
Arthur's man, and his nomination was
effected by means of a forged proxy,
which captured tho Mato committee and
through it tho organization. Thero is
much dissatisfaction und strong talk of
On the other hand, the Democrats
have nominated Grover Uloveland and
tho party is united, tho county Demo
craoy, Tammany and Irving Ilall each
haviiiL' a renresentatldu in the conven
tion. Among tho resolutions adopted
is tho following.
In tho nomination of tho Secretary
of tho Treasury for Governor of New
York, bv which, in effect, n oandidato
for tho Chiof Magistracy of the State
was impointed by tho President, wo bcq
a iresn nniumpressivo prom m mu uu
gerous power of public patronage, and
unred bv this alarming epectaole, pro-
tent niainst Federal intervention in
State elections i and repeat our demand
of 1881 for a reform und purification of
Where the Democrats Stand,
KltOM A SPKKOIt tKUVKUKI IX LOCK
HAVKN, SM-TKM11KU 12,11V M. V.
H.l.lOT, IIKMOCHATIO CAN
DIDATE VOIt UONOItESS-MAN-AT-I.A110K.
The Democratic party has declared
in its platform that it is in favor of
protecting American industries and I
say it from my heart and by this 1 ex
poet to stand that I am in favor of
Buch a tariff as will effect justly tho
employer and employee. As a Penn
sylvanian I am in favor of protecting
Pennsylvania's industries, not for tho
benefit of tho manufacturer alone, but
for tho benefit of tho laborer as well
and tho pooplo in general. I don't
want Simon Cameron to say, and ho
cannot truthfully say, that ono man on
tho Democratic ticket is averse to pro
tecting tho Industries of this State.
These aro my convictions j I have al
ways oxprcssed them and expect to re
The Demooratio Campaign Book.
Tho Democralio campaign book is
very well edited, and besides a careful
review of tho policy of tho Republican
party contains material from the records
of tho Forty-Bcventh Congress relating
to tho responsibility of the majority in
tho treatment of our citizens abroad,
tho Hubhell assessments, corruption of
tho civil service, an excessive taxation
and extravagant appropriations. It
charges tho Republicans with centrali
zation and imperialism and the protec
tion of monopolies, contrasting tho
spirit of tho party with tho theory wf
tho Democratic party for a government
for tho peoplo and by and for tho peo
ple. The Forty-seventh Congress, saye
tho book, though not showing upon
the faco of its acts a partisan legisla
tion, exhibits to an analytical view tho
conflict of fundamental principles of
government upon which tho rival par-
tics are arrayed. Tho Renpblicau party
is n business machine, ambitious to put
its stamp on overy citizen's privato af
fairs. The issue is liberty, local self
Government, honest civil service, pro
tection of labor against centralization,
protection of monopoly, oppressive
taxation, corruption and degradation
of labor. The distinctive features oi
the two parties are reviewed at length.
Tho contested elections and Speaker
Keifer's rulings aro also fully treat
Ono of the most remarkablo features
of the census of 18R0 is to bo found in
tho fact that out of a foreign popula
tion of 6,079,943, thero were only 106,
971 Frcuchman. It has long been
known, as a general rule, that the
French are not a migrating race, never
theless the friendship existing between
France and America has always been
so close and strong that it was really
surprising to find our French population
County fairs aro in full blast all
around the country.
Tho total number of men in the Mil
ton car shops at present is threo hundred
Indigestion, dyspepsia, heart-burn,
nausea, etc., cured by using Brown's
Tho news is getting out over the
State that Ex-Attorney General Lear
will take the stump for btewart.
Mr. Gowen writes to a friend that he
has placed about SG.000,000 of tho 5
per cent., consols and hopes to bo sue-'
cessful in placing the entire loi.ii.
Bets are being made in Pittsburg
that Stewart will poll moro votes in
hUlegueny county than lieaver will
Whether tho adininistratiouMs wagg
ing Jay Gould or whether Jay Gould is
waggiug the administration does not
fully appear. Gould knows, however.
Privato advices say that Dr. J. P.
Wickershain, of Lancaster city, and at
present United States minister to Den
mark, having sent in his resignation,
will shortly sail lor home. Climatic
nlluences having an linurious euect on
his health, is given as the causa of his
Tho combat of tho Colorado cowboys
north of Trinidad reads moro like a
story of the days of knighthood than
ot modern matter-oi-lact me. How
ard aud Keeley had been driving their
herds in company. Their cattlo getting
mixed, a dispute arose as to the owner
ship. 1 ney agreed to settlo it by a
duel between their drovers, six on each
side, mounted, and fifty feet apart. At
the first tire one of Keeley 's men wero
killed and three ot Howard s, tho vic
tory being thus awarded to tho fonuor.
Though this combat may never bo im
mortalized in poesy, tho tight ot the
Howards and tho Keuleys was, n.
doubt, as exciting to the participants as
that of the Horath and the Cnriath and
probably tho Coloradu combat is (mite
as authentiu as the classical one.
Fanny Davenport's acting seems to
please the London critics, in varying
degrees, but her gorgeom dresses, in a
character and calling for such a display,
give oltenee. "American ladies have a
poor opinion of English taste," says
Truth, ''if they imagine that tho jowel
case and the milliner's trunk aro the
necessary passports to popularity in
this country ami to success upon the
stage." Mrs. W. J. Florence gets a
reuuko irom tho same writer: "We
heard ot nothing but tho dresses of
Mrs. Florence She moved about with
the trunks of an empress, aud in each
part sho played she had a change of
dress for every act. The result was
not encouraging, for Mrs. Florence was
ridicuously overdrcssod. I fear that
this overdressing is a constitutional de
fect in America it is glaringly vulgar
when Imported to England. When
Sarah Breuhardt visited this country,
wo heard far moro about her wardrobo
thau her talent."
State Senator Stowart, Independent
Republican candidate for Governor de
clares that ho was invited to tho con
fercuco held in Cameron's Iioubo in
Washington last winter, when tho slato
JOr U1U OUUU VyUllYUIIUUII WHS 11XCU II J).
The assertion that such a coufcrencu
was held was strenuously denied by tho
Cameron mou at tho time, and although
tho slate was subsequently carried out,
denials aro yet being made. Senator
Stewart says that Uamoron oltured him
a placo on tho ticket, that of tho
Supremo Judgeship. Stowart is a dan
gcrous man to Cameron, and tho Sena'
tor would havo been glad to have plow
ed him snugly away on tho bench for
twenty-one years, lie challenges warn
ei on to produce tho answer ho received.
It was a Hat refusal. Tom Marshall of
Pittsburg, who declined tho plaoo of
Cougressman at Largo on Cameron's
ticket, and who is now stumping for
Stowart, has been joined by ex-At
torney-General Lear, who was Chair
man of the Cameron convention. Tho
Movement seems to bo steadly grow-lug.
A Tatal Mistake.
IIOW A 1MJNPKHINO Jf DOMKNT MAY UK
IlKSl'O.NSllll.K roll THE MOST
Mr. Edwin Booth said recently
that ho supposed that his lungs were
affected, having a persistent cough
until ho saw Dr. Mackenzie, of London,
who found that this symptom nroso
from a disturbance of tho liver. AT. Y.
Tho nbove item, which has been
going tho rounds of the press, is of no
special Higuiucauce inner man iu inu
personal friends of Mr. Booth, except
that it brings to light a tiucth of the
greatest importatico to tho world. Few
people pass through life without the af
lllcttoii of a cough at some point in
their career. In most cases this is con
sidered tho result of a cold or tho be
ginning of consumption, and thousands
have become tcrrihed nt this revelation
and havo sought by a chango of air
and Iho uso of cough medicines to avert
tho impending disaster. It may safely
bo said that moro than half tho coughs
which aro afllicting tho world to-day do
not havo their origin in tho lungs but
aro tho result of moro serious troubles
in other organs of the body. "Liver
coughs" aro exceedingly common nnd
yet aro almost wholly misunderstood.
Arising from a disordered state of the
liver they show their results by con
gesting tho lungs. In fact, tho efforts
of tho llVer to throw off tho disease,
produce coughing even when the lungs
themselves aro in a healthy state.
But it is a mistnko to suppose that
such delicate tissues as tho lungs can
long remain in a healthy condition when
they aro being constantly agitated by
coughing. Such a theory would bo
absurd. Consumption, which was
feared at first, is certain to take place
uuless something is done to check the
cause. This must bo plain to every
thoughtful mind. It stands to reason,
therefore, that tho only way in which
"liver coughs can bo removed is by re
storing tho liver to health.
In this connection another fact of
great importance becomes known,
which can best bo explained by the re
lation of an actual event. Mr. W ,
a wealthy cattle dealer of Colorado,
become greatly reduced in health and
camu east to Chicago for the purposo of
being cured. Ho consulted Dr. J ,
one of the leading physicians of the
country on pulmonic subjects and be
gan treatment for tho cure of his lungs.
But his cough increased while his
strength decreased. Finally ho deter
mined to consult another physician and
applied to Dr. B . After a careful
examination ho was informed that his
lungs was perfectly sound, while his
,.!.,.. " . .....Ml. ,-
KiuiiuyH wi-ru in a most lernuio condi
tion, lie had all tho apparent symp
toms of consumption but ho was suffer
ing from tho terriblo Bright's distase.
Tho symptoms of consumption aro
often the sure indications of Bright's
Tho above truths regarding coughs
havo been known by the leading phy
sicians for several years but tho public
havo never been informed of them.
They aro serious facts, however, and
should bo understood by all, so that
dangers which might otherwise prove
fatal may be avoided. They clearly
rove onogreat truth which is. that the
idneys and liver aro such vital organs
that their health should be constantly
guarded. The distressing, hacking
cough, which is often dreaded as tho
loreruuner ot consumption and tho
wasting strength which accompanies it,
ini all probability may arise from tho
weakened or diseased kidneys or liver,
to restore which would cause returning
health. How this most desirable end
may be attained has long, been a pro
blem, but tew pooplo ot intelligence at
the present day havo longer any doubta
that tho popular remedy known as War
ner's Sate Kidney and Liver Curo has
done moro to' correct, relievo ond re
store these orgaus than any other pre
parations ever before known. Thero
are hundreds ol instances which have
occurred within tho last three months
where individuals have believed them
selves tho victims of consumption,
when, in reality it was deranged kid
neys and liver, which this remarkable
medicine has completely cured, as wit
ness tho following statement :
Buffalo N. Y., July 0, 1S82. I be
lieve it to be a fact that thousands of
cases of so called consumption can bo
successfully treated by simply using
Warner's Safo Kidney and Liver Curo
as directed. I was ono of tho "given
up to die" persons had every symp
tom of the last stage of consumption
bad1 cough of four years standing,
night sweats, chills, etc., etc. A Beason
south did no good and tho fact was tho
caso looked discouraging. I took War
ner's Safo Kidney aud Liver Cure, and
iu threo months I regained over twenty
pounds, and my health was fully roftor
ed. W- C. BEACH,
Foreman Buffalo Rubber Typo Foun
dry. There aro thousands of peoplo In
America to day who believe they aro
tho victims of consumption and destin
ed to an early grave and who aro try
ing to savo themselves by tho uso of
consumption cures but aro growing
worse each hour. Let all persons stop,
aud oalray consider whether thoy aro
not seeking to check a dise.no in tho
lungs when it is located in tho kidneys
and liver. Lot them then treat tho dis
ease in its original stronghold anil by
the remedy which has been proven to
bo tho most affective and then look for1
thn return of health and happiness
which such treatment is sure to bring.
flno l,.,,1.-n,l ,,! il ,,..,11,,
j nj ...it tin ..it .tint 04. uu VIID tvuiu
exhausted in tho Cherry Grovo region
last week. There arc now 295 in llin
Senators Edmunds and Harrison
writo to Cooper that thoy can't como
to Pennsylvania to speak for Cameron,
and it is deemed unsafe to ask Blaine.
With one accord they make excuses.
A number of persons wero killed nnd
many injured by a collision of two
trains in tho tunnel in Now York city.
Ono train had stopped and tho other
ran into tho rear car. Thero was cri
minal negligence somowhoro.
A Hungarian known as "Number
Nino" was killed nt Church Colliery,
near Ashland, on Saturday. Ho was
accidentally buried under a load of re
fuse dirt that had been dumped from
tho top oi the batik on him.
Goneral Beaver betrayed his con.
Btituents nt Chicago because it was tho
wish of Dou Cameron that ho should
do bo. Will ho not obey tho same boss
if he is elected Govornor, nnd will not
the Bamo boss uso him as a tool to so
curo his own re-election to tho United
States Sonato t Thesu aro questions
that tho Independent voters of l'enn
uvlvnuta uro moro or less interested in
at tho present time. Wilkebarre
This powder never varies. A matvel of purity
strength and wholoiomnos3. Moro economical
thtn tho ordinary kinds, and cannot tm sold In
competition with tho multitude or low tCBt, short
wcltlit, alum or iihosphato powders. Sold only
In cans. Koyal tmisa powdir Co.. loo Wall-st.,
N. V. au(f lMjr.
Democratic State Ticket.
ROBERT E. PATTISON,
For Lieutenant Governor,
CIIAUNOY F. BLACK,
For Judge of tho Supreme Court,
SILAS M. CLARK,
For Secretary of Internal Affairs,
J. SIMPSON AFRICA,
MORTIMER F. ELLIOTT,
HON. JOHN B. STORM.
OF MONROE COUNTV.
nON. WILLIAM EL WELL.
HON. E. J. McIIENRY.
Subject to decision ot Senatorial Conlreno .
HON. T. J. VANDERSLICE,
WILLIAM BRYSON. '
JOHN P. II ANN ON.
GEORGE W. DERR.
1 ENEKAL ELECTION
I, UZAL H. EST. High Sheriff of Co
lumbia county, Commonwealth ot Pennsylvania,
do hereby make known and proclaim to the quail
tied electors of Columbia county that a general
election wUl be held on
Tuesday, November 7, 1882.
(being tho Tuesday next following the first Mon
day of said month) for the purposo of electing the
several persons hereinafter named, to-wlt:
One person for Governor of 1'ennsylvanla.
ono person for Llsutenant Governor of Pennsyl
vania. One person for Judge ot tho Supreme Court of
One person for Secretary ot Internal affairs of
One person for President Judge of tho icth Ju
Ono person tor member ot Congress for the lltli
Ono perbon lor Stato Senator.
Two persons for Itepresentatlvts.
One person' for Sheriff t Columbia county.
One person for Coroner ot Columbia county.
Two persoDS for Jury Commissioners ot Colum
blacounty. I also hereby mako known and give notice that
tho places of holding the aforesaid; electton In tho
several wards, boroughs, districts and townships
within the county of Columbia are as follows, viz:
Heaver township, at tho public house of Charles
Denton township, at the public nouse of Hiram
Hess, In the town of Uenton.
East Bloorn, at the Court House, In nloomsburg.
West nioom, at tho Court House, In Bloomsburg,
Borough of Berwick, at the ofllce of W, J, Knorr,
In the borough ot Berwick.
Borouch of Centralla. at tho nubUc house ot Wil
Brlarcrcek township, at the public school house
Cntawtbsa township, at the public house of o. L.
Kostcnbaudcr Co., in the town or catawtssa.
Centre township, at tho school house near Lafay
North Conyngham District, ct tho school house
near the coUlory or John Anderwu & Co.
South Conyngham District, at the houso of Mrs.
Flshlngcreck township, at tho school houso near
C. D. White's.
Franklin township, at tho Lawrenco school
Greenwood township, at tho houso of L. D.
Hemlock township, nt tho public house of Chas.
11. Dletterlch, In the town of Duck Horn.
Jackson township, at the house ot Ezeklel Cole.
Locust township, at the public house of Daniel
Knorr, In Numertla.
Mlfllln township, at the public kouso of Aaron
Hess, In the town of Mlfllluville.
Madison township, at tho public school houso
Mt, Pleasant township, at the Mlllertown school
Montour township, at tho public house of Reu
ben ltauch, at Ilupert.
Main township, at tho public house of Jeremiah
I'oarlngcreek township, at the house t Samuel
Orange township, at the public house ofE.
Pine township, at the Centro School Houso,
lately fixed by a voto ot tho citizens of said town
ship. sugarloat township, at tho houso of Norman
West Scott at tho publlo house of Theodore
East Scott township, at the public house of
jacoo .Miner, in espy.
At all elections hereafter held under tho laws ot
this Commonwealth, tho election polls shall be
opened at seven o'clock In the forenoon, and
shall continue ojien without Interruption or ad
journment until feeven o'clock In tho evenlug when
uie pous win uu uusuu.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That overy person excepting Justices of the
Peace and Aldermen, Notaries Public and Per
sons In the mllltla service ot tho Staui, who
shall hold or shall within two mouths have held
any rnn-e or appointment of protlt or trust undsr
tho Urtd states, or of this Stato, and city or
comoratcd dUtrlet. whethtr n commissioned
oniccr or otherwise, a subordinate oitlcer or agent
who Is or shall be employed under the Legisla
ture, Executive or Judiciary Department! this
stato, or of any city or ot any Incorporated dls
trlct, and also, that every member of congress
and ot the State Ixglslaturo, and ot tho select
or common council of any city, or commissioners
of any Incorporated district, aro by law Incapable
ot holding or exercising at tho same time the
ofllce or appointment ot Judge, Inspector or Clerk
of any election ot this Commonwealth, anJ that
uuinspucior, uuugu uroiner onicer oi sucn cioc
tlon shall be cllglblo to be then voted for.
Tho Inspectors nnd Judge of theelectlons shall
meet at Iho respective places appointed for
nuiuiuir me cit'ciiuu in me uisinci 10 wuicuiuoy
respectively belong, beforo boven o'clock In tho
mornlne. and each of said lnsnectora hliall an.
point one clerk, who shall bo a qualified voter of
The dUalltled voters of the wweral districts tn
this county nt all general, township borough nnd
snectal elections, are nertibv hireafuir author.
Wed and required to voto by tickets printed or
vrnueii, ur paruy primea ana partly WTUten,
se orally classified as follows i One ticket shall
embrace the names of all Judges of Courts voted
tor, and labelled, outside, "Judiciary i" one
ticket shall embrace the names ot all the stale
oillcers voted for and to bo labelled "Stato;" one
ticket shall embrace tho names of all county
onicers voted for, Including the ofllce of Senator,
and Members of Assembly, It voted for, and
mcinbcm of Concrrpttl. If vattiri for. nnrt hi, Intwl.
led "County!" one ticket shall embrace tho names
of all township officers voted for, and bo labelled
"Township ;" one ticket shall cmoraco the names
ot all borough omcera voted for, and bo labelled
, And each class shall o deposited In separate
V.I.1IA, ,iSOU r
U. U. KNT, Sheriff.
T? STRAY NOTICE.
Came to the premises ot the undersigned known
as ths Moore Crevellni? farm on Ktrntiiint-r aith
ls, a wblto shote of about months old, weigh.
i"K luuuauij tuu injuulu, tuauirncr win please
call, prove property, pay costs and take It away or
It will be disposed of according to law,
Han, VO-ltw t II uuvnun
I8T1TI Of WW UlLIJtR UT Of CXNTM TOWNS Mr,
t.otlpr nf Administration on tho f slato ol t CTl
Aimer, ieiiooi venire iw p., iaiumuin wuuij. i u.,
rteceaned, hare been granwd by tho Iteglstcr of
nald county to Stephen I'ohe, I.lmu into, and
Philip I., Miller, Union Corners, Northumberland
county, administrators. All persons havlnir
claims agatnu tho ostato ot tho decedent aro
requested to present them for settlement, and
most, inucuieu W UIO VHUILU w iu&ku i'ujiiiuuv iu
the undersigned administrators without delay,
BTKPHKN POHB. Llmo ltldgo,
rillUP L. MILI.EIt, Union Corners, North'J Co.
ESTATE Ur WILLIAM LAZAKU8. UHliDRU,
or ohanuk TWNsmr.
Tho undnrslirned Auditor anDolntcd by tho Or-
Brians' court of Columbia county to mako diste
ntion of tno bal. In the hands of ,f. sandeson Laza
rus, administrator, win sit ai mo omco or rtffTP,
Ererlr & White In liloomsburir In said couutr
on Tuesday, the Mat day ot October at
ten o'clock a. m , of said day, when and w lit re all
parties Interested In said cstnto must attend or be
orovcr debarred from any snare or said tuna.
ilIlU, M. UliMlHi
sept 2i-ta Auditor.
ASTA1S Ur HAHAU I'Kim, DEUKASKt'.
The undersigned annotated an auditor, bv the
Orphan's court of Columbia county, to make dls
trtlmuon to and among the parties entitled tbi-re
to, of the balanco In tho hands of tho executor
ot said estate, will attend at his omce In lilooms
burir, on Thursday, October se, I8SJ, at ten o'clock
In tho forenoon.for the purposes ot bis appoint
ment; when and whero nil persons having claims
on said fund aro requested to present them, or be
debarred from comfng in on said fund.
JftU. M. I'l.AKKi
Sept 5 Ma Auditor.
ESTATE or CAROLINE MANN, DECEASE!,.
Letters testamentary In tho estate of Caroline
Mann laio of nearer twp. Columbia county,
I'a.. deceased. Iistr been erantcd bv tho ltcelster
ot said county to tho undersigned excoutors. All
per sons having claims against the estato of the
decedent are reauestcd to present them for set
tlement and those lrdcbted to tho estato to make
pay ment to the underslgnel executors without
defay. J. S. MANN,
A. . .llAPi?!.
K8TATK OF PAKA1I ANN STI.-iK, UKIKASKU
Lotters'tostamentarv on the estate of Sarah Ann
Stlne, laU) of Locust township, Columbia county
Pa. deceased, havo been trruntcd by tho Ileetstcr
of said county to Geo. W. stlne. Numldla Columbia
co. All persons naving claims against, inocsiav,
ot tho decedent aro requested to present them for
settlement nnd those Indebted to the estate to
make payment to the underslgnoa executor with
JOHN A. FUNSTON & CO.,
Real Estate, Trust, Investment,
and Collection Office, Blooms-
burg, Columbia County, Peun'a.
'roperties for Sals in Columbia County,
TO acres tn Benton township, n?ar Now Colum' -
bus. A very desirable and productive farm with
good buildings, fruit, water to. Trice 13000.
105 kcresli Flshlngcreek township, near Zlon
church. Brick dwelling, b.un and Bhcds, good
water, two orchards and othe.- fruits. Price and
21) acres in Jackson township. Small farm
cleared, with farm buildings. A saw mill and
dwelling. Also a largo quantity ot pine and hem
275 acres In Montour township. Hurley farm.
Land productive and convenient to markets, with
pine, hickory, oak and chestnut tlmb-r, for saw
ing, telegiaph poles, It. It. ties, prop.tlmber, bark,
40. Near to rnllroid.
150 acres of excellent land In Miniln township,
on road between Berwick and Mlttlln, owned by
John Wolf, Esq., on N. W. B. It. It. Brick
houso, farm buildings, orchard, water, sc.. and
sufficient supply of timber. A valuable property.
120 acres In Madison township, noarJersoy-
town. Good frame house, barn, water, fruit and
timber. Will be so'.d cheap and on good terms.
7 acrei lh Madison township near Van Horn's
school houso, with frame house, Btablo and good
(S3 acres In Hemlock township near Evan's Mill.
Frame house, bank barn, young orchard of choice
fruit, good meadow, running water, ftc.
112 acres of excellent farm land IX wiles west
of Bloomsburg. Farm buildings and two tenant
100 ncros In Pine township,' near Pino Summit.
Farm buildings fruit, water and considerable tim
6 acres of limestone with threo kilns In Centre
A 8 story woolen mill with full set of machin
ery, a good natural water power, alt In good work
ing order with good trade. Also a largo dwelling,
barn and out-bulldlngs. Also 20 acres of land on
Little Flshlngcreek, f mtles from Bloomsburg.
Also ten other farms In various localities.
Properties in Bloomsburg and Else
A large, comfortable and nearly new three story
brick residence on South Market street, with
Mansard roof, gas, water, cold or hot, range, b,th
oom, heater In cellar, stable, well, choice fruit,
c, all In llritrato condition, Price rensoaible
and terms easy.
A carriage manufactory with tools and trado,
desirably located on Iron street, below Main.
Two p'easantly located brick resldaaces on
Two large frame dwellings on Third street,
A neat frame residence on Main street, We3t
Bloomsburg, with stable, good water and fruit
Grounds and building In best condition.
A very desirable brick on Main street, suitable
for business and residence combined.
A double brick residence on East Main street,
desirably located. Terms easy.
A frame ho'130 on Sixth street near Market. A
brick and also a frame dwelling on Fifth stroct,
both In good condition. Pleasant homes .
Two small frame dwellings In East Bloomsburg,
cheap. Two frame dwellings on Iron street, cheap.
Alargo new brick ro3tdenoo at tho corner ot Third
and West streets,
A very dcslrablo framo dwelling on Fourth
street, Catawl3sa with utAble, water, fruit, 4c,
also at Catawlssa, a coal yard with siding, largo
bod ot tood Bind, dwelling on premises, part of
which can be used as building lots.
Also, other properties not mentioned, and de
sirable building lots located on Market, Fifth,
Wost and other streets
Strict attention paid to the examination ot titles
anajto conveyancing, and a'l matters submitted
promptly attonded to nt lowest rates charged by
real estate agencies. For particulars apply to
JOHN A. FUNSTON, or
PAUL E. WHIT.
"ORPHANS' court sale "
Tlie undersigned administrator of Jaoob S. Hess,
late of suirarloal township, deceased, will expose
to publlo sale on tno premises ou
MONDAY, October 16, '82
at V o'clock p. m. tno following tracta ot land, sit-
uato la Sub'irloat township.
No. 1. Hounded on tho North and cast by land
ot J, 1. Fritz on the South by a publto roid and on
the West by land ot Hannah Fritz, containing
more or leu, tun tuneb'lng Improved land.
No. 8 Hounded on the North by land of J, 1'.
Fritz on the East by land of J. J. Mcllenry and
Richard Hess, on tho boutu by land ot shadraclc
lies and on the West by a publlo road, contain
more or less, thn same bilag partly Improrod
land. This trctot land ointalns a good orchard
and sugar camp.
TKKMS OF SAI.K Ton per cent, of the one
fourth ot tue purchase money to bo paid at tho
striking down of ihe property; the one-iourth Iom
the ten per cent, at the confirmation of sale; and
the remaining three-fourth! In one year there
after, with Interest from confirmation nisi.
a L. ram, J ESS is 11 Ess,
Sept iJ.ts Central.
" Wfft" BmLDIMlNILlA
Thtiwuler-proot material, resembling flno leather,
Is used for roofa, outside walls and lutlde In placo
W. H FAY & CO..
Strangers passing through
the city are cordially invited
to visit the store, and make
free usctif its conveniences;
leaving their luggage under
chock at any of the doors, or
in the Luggage Room in the
Lk nrlmuit of Public Com
fort. U' ally wti meant to have
tl.:-, important department in
full operation before every
body got back from sea and
mountain. It is made for
strangers; and they seem
to enjoy it, so far as it has
got It consists of a free
Reading Room for gentle
men, a free Resting Room
for ladies, free writing-facilities
in both, closets, and other
little conveniences; a soda
and mineral-water fountain
that isn't free ; and a lunch
room to be added.
We make the great public
welcome there, beyond the
wont of any other house, so
far as we know. We think
it will pay us to look after
Public Comfort a little, as
a means of advertising,
There's nothing sly or crook
ed about it. We want vis
itors to Philadelphia to have
a good time, and io connect
our slot with it.
New things are coming,
and fall trade is already
beg1 n. New things do not
come all together. They
come in a stcadystream from
liow till Christmas. And
tjwy go in the same way.
They have to. You may
easily believe it, when you
see our house full all the
time, of goods and of peo
ple taking them away. It
would be hardly worth speak
ing of .so obvious a fact, but
for the moral ; which is :
Huy when you find what you
want; for tomorrow so ne.
Lody else will be after it.
New things will crowd
upi-n us now for mention
every day. Only a few-can
get into the papers, except
in the most general way.
It will be fair to comcfor
whatever you want, and
expect to find it.
New foreign wraps have
come. There -are jersey
coats, jersey ulsterettes,
pelisses, and others. The
writer of this hasn't even
seen them. He has only
heard of the flutter they
are going to make.
Wonderful silks have
come. But we must say
more about the least of
them than we have time for
We have neidier time nor
knowledge today to go into
particulars. This is only an
early notice that the store is
filling up with goods for fall.
We need to say further to
you who live at a distance
that you needn't go to the
city every time you want any
thing. We take so much
pains to send you what you
want, that you rik little in
writing for goods. Let us
know, as nearly as you can,
what you want, and we will
send you samples and prices,
or take other means of find
ing out exacil) what you do
John W anamaker.
Chntuut, TMrtetath and Multtt
Kittll, nd Cltr-hall up"
Pmu inn tuLk.
Sept 2- '
D. & J- J- M'HENRY
being engaged In the
Manufacturing of Lumber
have constantly In stock the following;
2x4, 2x5, 2x6, 2x8
HEMLOOK BILL STUFF,
of various lengths for Building Furposai.
200,000 feet Hemlock Boards,
14, 10, 18 and 20 feet, ranging in width
from 10 to 20 Inches.
1)M) ED BOARDS
6, 0 and 7inclics, 10 feet long.
.10,000 White I'ine Boards, Fanol.
40,000 tfect 2 in. Plank, Pine,
targe quantities ot common ptne boards etc ,
quantities of the above can bo bad at the Lum
ber ard of
J. J. McIIENRY, Benton Pn.
For further particulars address
ung S3 tin
Strawbridge & Clothier
Announce tho completion of their arrangements for tho
season and their readiness in every way for even greater
demands than hnvo been made upon them in the ptisf.
A STOCK OF
A MILLION AND A
IS ALREADY OPEN for Inspection with much more on
the way which huue stock has been selected with ex
treme care, under the most favorable circumstances, ami
is believed to be as choice a collection of the latest
novelties, as well as the best nnd most reliable sta
ple fabrics, as can be found in tho American market.
DEALING EXCLUSIVELY IN DRY GOODS
Our whole time, attention and larc facilities heing con
centrated thereon, we are in condition to offer unusual
and certainly un-mrpassed opportunities in this special
branch of business.
WE CLAIM THREE
FIRST--The wonderful attractiveness of
the stock we have to offer, arid the fact1 that' it is
THE LAhOEST ON SALE IN PHILADELPHIA.
SECOND The Moderation in Prices at
which it is marked
THIRD-Thc Complete Arrangements for
its distribution with
to all our patrons.
E INVITE the ENTIRE
Philadelphia, to call at our
whether it is to their interest to become patrons of the
house or not, bjr testing the (laims we make tor a general
and constantly increasing patronage.
mmwi, & CLOTHIEB
Eighth A Marliet Streets,
For Autumn Wear.
Our Bargain sections offer many lot's . 1
of Clothing for. men and boys, well
adapted for Fall wear, at an average of
forty per cent off from the low prices
established at our June Upset Sale.
You may save the eo;,t of a journey
to the city, and perhaps much more, on
a single suit of clothing.
Wanamakcr & Brown.
Oak Hall, Sixth and MarLei
Buyers of Diamonds
May depend on tho gems wo nro now rocolvlng from
abroad being of tho highest degroo of oxcollonco, ut
Importers' lowest prlcos.
BAILEY, BANKS & BIDBLE,
Convenience and Lcouomy
PUBLIC, within reach .of
gstublishuient and determine
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tho civil service.
XSth ANn OlIKSTNOT,