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J. K. BlHonl!andsr.,r E4ltor3'
FRIDAY, NOVHMBHR 9, 1833.
Now York, New Jersey. Mary,
land, Virginia, Mississippi
carried by tho Demo
crats, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and
Connecticut go Republican.
Tlioltcrmblierin state ticket in Peim
sylvmiia is elected by n majority ot
about 17,000. Philadelphia gavo a re
publican majority of 20,500, nml Jeff.
- ries was elected controller by 1701) ma
loritv over n.irm.
Virginia sends) Mahono to tho rear
1. .1 i . . r i . . .
uy mo election ot a uomocratio legisla
ture Connecticut elected a republican
Ben Butler got bounced in Massa
chusetts, and Robinson, republican,
was elected by about 15,000 majority.
Tho defeat of Butler cannot bo con
sidered a republican victory. Many
leading democrats opposed Ins re-election.
New York is claimed by tho demo
crats by a majority of 20,000. Abbott,
democrat, has a majority in Now Jer
sey of 2,500.
Wo havo no tears to shed over Ben
Butler's defeat in Massachusetts. He
is a domagoguo of tho first water, and
has been a professed member of every
party almost, in existence, in his efforts
to hold position. Wo shall hear noth
ing raoro of his Presidential aspirations
OFFICIAL VOTE OF COLUMBIA COUN
TY, NOVCUi, 1833.
Below wo give tlie ofllclnl voto of this
county na compared with tho voto for Gov
ernor In 18S3. For District Attorney and
County Surveyor tlicro was only one can
dldatc tho Democratic nominees
In 1882 tljcre was 102, Independent votes
cast, 232 greenback and 107 prohibitionist s
For tho greenback candidates there were 41 votes
cast against 232 last year. Tho prohibition votu
was 51 against 107 last year.
Tho following complimentary votes were cast tor
County surveyor, James c. Brown 47 ; s. J. l'ealer
3; Albert Jones 1 ; John ApplemanS: J. B. Knlt
tlo 2 ; 31. 0. Hughes 1 ; S. 31. Kress 1 s A. 1. Young
8. For District Attorney tho following complimen
tary votes : C. C. 1'eacock 1 ; L. S. Nlutcrsteen 8;
David Morris 1 ; U. F. Dallman 1 ; Win. Krlckbaum
1 ; 11. V. Whlto 2 ! Geo. 31. Davis 2 ; Levi Waller 8 :
Samuel Knorr 2 : J. c. Yocum 1 ; A. 1'. Young l.
Isaac A. Dewltt 4, for County Surveyor.
Tho result of tho election held ou
Tuesday last, notwithstanding (ho loss
of Pennsylvania, is very favorable to
tho democratic party. New York, the
pivotal state in tho coming presiden
tial contest, has given a largo demo
cratic majority in spite of the efforts lo
dwido tho party and against a most
determined effort of the reunited op
position to carry tho state. Tho whole
democratic ticket' is elected in that
state, except Maynard who was oppos
ed by tho liquor interest. An accept
able democratic candidato for president
will, without doubt, receive the elec
toral voto of tho Empire state.
A tremendous effort was also made
by the republicans to wrench Maryland
from the democratic column. Thoy
spent an immense sum of money to ac
complish that end and so confident
wero their leaders of tho success of tho
effort that thoy boasted in advance of
an assured triumph and on tho night
of the election telegiaphcd that they
had carried tho state. Tho returns
show how terribly they were disap
pointed. Tho state gives tho usual
democratic majority. Now Jersey, too,
proves her fidelity to tho democraoy
and trebles her last majority for gov
ernor. In tho west the republicans
lost heavily in Minnesota and Nebraska
shows a strong inclination to fall into
lino with tho democraoy.
But tho most gratifyiug outcome of
Tuesday's election is tho defeat of the
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vuiruib uuu uenpunue political trailer
and trickster. William Mnhone. In Vir.
Knr llin first, limn in rlirun nn
tho Old Dominion has spoken with the
oiu iirae democratic voice. Un tho
popular vote the democrats carry the
state by 12,000 to 15,000 majority and
both branches of tho now legislature
will Itft slatvirtiwitli tifttli n mnin.lt.. A
joint ballot of at least fifteen. This
ends Mahono's career in tho United
States senate and renders him powerless
to continue his corrupt barter with tho
rcpuoncans in mat uouv ami with tho
Ai thuradniinislration. This brings Vir
inula back intntlin ilpmnnrntin minimi
for ISSland winds uptho republican at
tempt to capturo electoral votes in tho
UMltll lltl'm-llw nml ImHnnSnSi. mill.
disappointed and scheming politicians
Tho frnfrnl mm lit. nn TiipmiIiiv tmlt.
O - - ...v.-
cates lioyond doubt tho defeat of tho
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rupiiuiiouiis in looi, j. iKrwi.
In a sjiccch nt Danville last Monday
night, General Beaver in refering to
S. J, Randall's criticism of the repub
lican party for buying Alaska said that
ho woulu bring a purchaser who would
give twico tho amount paid for the
country any tlmo tho United States was
tired ot it.
lly all means let General Beaver
bring on his purchaser, this nation
novtr needed the annexation of Alaska;
wo havo nover received tho intorest of
tho money invested j that country is
without any government or laws and
tho churches throughout tho United
States are preparing petitions to con
grown asking that a territorial govern
mint may ho established there. Either
civilize and utilize Alaska or sell it,
and if General Beaver's man wants it
nt twelvo million dollars strike it down
to him nt once, ns no body olso i liko
ly to want it nt that price.
Tho Democrats nf Luzcruo county
elected their ticket by n largo majoritj.
Tho retioit of the CoinmWouus of
Internal Kevcniio shows that tho total
receipts from nil .sources of internal
rovenuo taxation for tho fiscal year
ending Juno 110, 18811, wero $U 1,5511,
111, as. compared with $110,52:1,27:1
for tho year 1882 and Si:i5,220,DI2 for
tho yenr 1881. Tho total cost of col
lection was $5,li;t,7;U. It is stated
that the total expense of thu service
will bo found ou final adjustment to
bo about thrco and a hill per cent, ou
tho amount collected.
Tho Dayton, (O.) Democrat says it
is good n thing thnt tho United States
Supremo Court Is Hepubllcan. If a
Democratic Supremo Court had made
tho recent decisions in tho civil rights
bill cases tho country would not soon
havo heard tho last of "hydra head se
cession," "State rights fossils," "Con
federato treason," &c, &o. Yes, tho
3,000 New England clergymen and
their descendant, who, in 1850, no
ti turned Congress in effect to dissolve
tho Union, would nbuso tho Court
worso than over they abused tho Jesse
James gang But as eight of tho
tiino Judges nro of tho same callbro of
thought, tho Court will bo treated with
somo respect by them. Occasionally a
fanatio will kick the fenco down and
advertise his unfitness ns a clercvman
Tho Democratic whig of tho clergy
seem to bo passive, as usual, on this
political question, and deliver tho gos
pel to their hearers instead of a Bad
ical stump speech. Sun ib Jlanner.
Chairman Honsel liai been sued bv
B. F. Wilmoth. a detective of Brad
ford, Pa. During tho campaign last
year hand-bills were circulated through.
out tho stato ofTcringa roward of $1000
for tho arrest and conviction of any
person violating too election laws. Air,
Ilcnscl says it, is a put up job, and do,
scribes tho matter in this way.
Wilmoth, who calls himself a detec
tive, got several of his associates to
come on from Buffalo. They repre
sented themselves ns Republicans to a
local tax collector ot that party, and
induced him lo give them antedated
"As soon as Wilmoth got one issued
to himself in tho name of E. T. John
son w arrested tho tax collcclor, who
was indicted and plead guilty, but has
never been punished. Wilmoth claim
ed tho $1000 of me, and I declined to
pay it, maintaining that tho offenso
was not covered by tho offer of the
Democratic Stale Committee, that tho
tax collector had never been punished,
that I suspected collusion between tho
parties, that tho whole schemo was a
game of a money making detectives
who did not discover any election
frauds, but simply put up a job to beat
tho committee out of tho reward.
"I was warned that if I came to
Bradford I would be sued, but I an
swered that I would not send any one
where I feared to go myself. As soon
as I crossed tho New York line on my
way heie from Erie via Salamanca to
day' I was met by Wilmoth with tho
Eiot in Virginia.
FATAL COl.OU COLLISION IN Till: STUKKTS
Danville, Va., Nov. 4. A conflict
occurred between a crowd of whites
and colored men last evening, in which
Walter S. Holland, a son of C. G. Hol
land was shot in the head and is sup
posed mortally wounded, and Thos.
Seward, shot in the body. Five ne
groes were killed, and it is supposed
many were wounded. The beginning
of the coullict was tho beating by one
of tho citizens of a negro, who abused
another negro for apologizing for an
apparent rudeness and spoke roughly
about tho citizen. Some of both col
ors interfered, aud a pistol was knock
ed out of tho hands of ono of tho whito
men and exploded. Just then a report
reached an assembly of whito citizens,
who wero in session about political
matters, that a conflict was going on in
tho street, and they came out in a body.
As both classes formed in separate
crowds, some of each crowd being
nrmcd, a number of negroes approach
ing the white crowd called out :
"Shoot, wo had ns soon settle this
thlni; now as any other time." Just
then somebody in tho whito crowd
called "fire." and tho firing began. The
negroes returned tho tire and ran oit,
some firing as they ran. The Btores
wero closed immediately, tho alarm
bell was sounded, and people came out
out soon after with ono of tho military
companies and commanded thu people
m me namo ot uio commonwealth to
go home, and the streets wero soon
cleared. Tho city is now under tho
supervision of ono of the military com
panies and tho mounted polico and tho
town sergeant, in response to a mes
sage from tho governor, offering assis
tance if needed, has telegraphed that
all is quiet t-nd no fuithtr trouble is
apprehended. No arrests havo been
made as yet. Political excitement lias
been growing more and moro intense
during tho present canvass for members
of tho legislature.
nini'.CTon iiuitciiAitn'B views on tub
STAND AUD ANDTKADE DOM.AR.
II. M. Burchard, the Director of tho
Mint, has submitted to tho Secretary
of tho Treasury his annual report,
showing tho operations of tho Mints
and Assay Ollices dining tho last fiscal
year. The coinago of tho year con
sisted of 08,01)0,024 pieces, of tho value
of $00,200,705. The number of pieces
struck was greater by about 11, 500,
000 than in any other fiscal year siuco
tho organization of tho Mint Bureau.
Under thu provisions of tho act of
1878 requiring tho coinago $2,000,000
worth of silver bullion per month,
$151,370,801) havo been coined prior
to October 1, 1883, and that amount,
together with tho $31,000,000 of frao,
tional silver in tho country, making a
grand total of $235,000,000, is, in tho
judgment of Director Burchard, in ex
cess of the requirements for silver cir
culation. This, ho remarks, is appa
rent from tho fact that thoio aro in tho
vaults of tho Treasuiy 39,000,000 stan
dard silver dollars over and abovo thu
outstanding silver certificates and in
addition to nearly $27,000,000 in frao
tional silver coin, n total of $00,000,
000. Tho Director adds :
My views in regard to tho polloy of
further continuing tho coinage of silver
dollars wero expressed in my report
two years ago nnd remain unchanged,
While belioving thnt tho equal coinage
of both metals is desirable. In order to
give greater stability to tho vniues of
commodities and credits, yet, in view
of our Innbllity tocoutlnuo the increase
of our silver circulation at tho present
rato without ultimately expelling a
large poitlou of tho present flock of
gold, us well of iho waning hopo for
the co operation of leading commercial
nations in securing tho general uso of
THE COLUMBIAN AND
silver nnd its unlimited coinage ns
money nnd of tho present abundant
paper nnd increasing gold circulation
in this country, the question again pre
sents Itself for tho consideration of
legislators whether tho law directing
inu mommy coinage ot not uss than
$2,000,000 worth of silver bullion into
standard dollars should not bu modified
or repealed. At tho beginning of tho
fiscal year tho Mints had on hnnd 35.
805,072 Maudnrd dollars ) the coinage
amounted to $28,1 1 1,1 10 nnd nt tho
eloso of tho year thcro were remaining
in tho Mints $13,30 1,.'00. Tho repeal
ot tho net authorizing thn coinago of
the trndu dollar is nlso recommended.
A considerable number had probably
gone into circulation prior to its de
monetization in 1870 and probably
from fivo millions to seven millions nro
now held in tho country, mostly in tho
mining and manufacturing regions of
Pennsylynnia and in tho vicinity of
Now York. Whilo the United Stntcs
has incurred no legal liability, never
theless by tho net of tho government
theso coins wero nt first put into circu
lation and given compulsory currency,
and many remain in the hands of those
who can ill afford to suffer from tho
depreciation. Ho says it would there
fore seem to bu only nn net of justice
to them to permit theso coins to bo sent
to tho mints and oxchnuged for other
silver coins into which they could bo"
profitably rccoincd. Tho Director be
lioves that no causo exists for tho ap
prehension thnt a largo number of ex
ported trade dollars would bo returned
to this country, for thoso sent to China
havo (on account of their grentcr value
ns syceo silver than as coin; been melt
ed or disappeared in tho intcnorof that
Tho present repoit contains as usual
tho results of tho Director's investiga
tions during tho year into tho produc
tion of gold and silver, and its con
sumption in tho arts and manufactur
es, ns wfll as for tho purpose of coin
age. The production of gold for the cur
rent calender year will probably bo
$500,000 less than in 1882, nnd lliat of
silver nt least $2,000,000 greater,
which will make tho production $32,
000,000 gold and nearly $49,000,000
silver. Director Burchard estimates
that tho totnl coin circulation of the
United States on July 1, 1883, was
$705,000,000, of which $537,000,000
was gold and $228,000,000 silver.
Dy virtue of sundry writs Issued out of
tho Court of Common l'leos, nnd tome directed,
will bo exposed to public sale at tho Court House,
In Illoomsburg, on
Monday, Dec. 3, 1883.
At S o'clock p. m.
All that certain piece or parcel of ground situate
In Flshlngcreek township Columbia county Penn
sylvania, bounded and described as follows to-wlt:
Hounded on the North by public road leading from
Orangevllle to Jonestown, on tho East by publlo
road leading from Huntington creek to State road,
on the South by lands of the cstato of Cornelius
Coleman, and on tho West by lands ot C. E. Trice,
containing ono-fourth aero ot land moro or less,
whereon Is erected a farm dwelling house and
Seized and taken In execution and to be sold as
tho property ot Cyrus llobblns at the suit of the
Flshlngcreck School District.
Miller Att'y. n Fa.
All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ated In the Towuot llloomsburg, County of Col-
umuia anasiaio of Pennsylvania, bounded and
described as follows, to-wlt: liegtnnlngnt the
southwest corner of Slarket and Sixth streets ot
tho said Town, thence by tho south sldo of said
Sixth street souih slxty-nvo degrees west four
hundred and fourteen feet to tho line of Jefferson
street produced, thenco southwardly along said
oast line of Jefferson street to the right of way of
tho Lackawanna and llloomsburg Ulvlslon of the
Delaware, Lackawanna nnd Western Hallroad
Company, thenco along the right of way of said
Lackawanna and llloomsburg Division of tho Del
aware, Lackawanna and Western Hallroad Com
pany to the west sldo of Market street aforesaid,
thenco by said Market street nforesald, north
twenty-six degrees west ono hundred and fifty
live feet and six Inches to tho placo of beginning,
upon which aro erected two largo threo-story
brick buildings, occupied ns a dwelling and Sani
tarium, and a two-story brick stable, with frame
stablo attached, with other Improvements and
outbuildings. On the said premises are fruit and
other trees and vines, and tho buildings aro ntted
up with water and gas pipes.
beized, taken In cxecutllon and to bo sold as the
property of Albert L. Turner, at the suit of reter
llaldy, el al., against said Turner.
ll.ukley, Att'y. Fl. Fa.
All that certain piece, parcel or lot ot land situ
ated In Locust township Columbia county, renu
sylvanla, bounded and described as follows, to
wlt : beginning nt a stone and running from
thenco by lands of F. Helwlg Co., South nfty-
three degrees, East 16 perches, four tenths, along
a roau tuenco along the samo, South nfty degrees
East, six perchoj nnd two-tenths to a stone on
I'etor Helwlg's land, thence by the samo North,
flfty and one-fourth degrees East eleven perches
to ltoarlng Creek, thence down tho same to lands
of Jeremiah Berlngcr, North twenty-seven degrees
west twenty perches, North tweuty-four and
ono quarter West eleven perches, North ntty-four
degrees, West three and four tenths, North fifty
aegrecsana three quarters. West ten perches and
eight-tenths, North tlxty-llve and a fourth, West
six perches In tho middle of ltoarlng Creek and
thenco by fand of John Yeager, south mty-one
degrees, West thlrty-ono perches, and three-tenths
to the place of beginning. Containing eight acres
and one hundred nnd forty-six perches, strict
measure, whereon Is erected u one and a half
story frame dwelling house, good barn and out
Seized, taken into execution, at tho suit of Marr
Snyder vs John Dcrr, and to bo sold as the pro
perty ot tho said John Derr.
Ikeler. Att'y Vend. Ex.
Nov 9 Sheriff.
OTICB IN DIVOUCE.
IN THE COMMON TLF.AS OF JCOLUMllIA
Joanna Kemerer by her noxt friend, 4c, vs. Oeorge
Kcmerer, Bur libel In divorce.
To fieorge Kemerer, respondent abovo named:
Whereas upon the libel of tho said Joanua Kem-
commanding you to bo and appear at tho next
regular term ot said Court to show causo why the
Raid libelant should not be divorced from the
whereas upon return of said subpoena due proof
nu.j iuuuo inui, juuuumu uob uu iuuuu in mo
ttnl3 subpoena was awarded by said Court
commanding you to nnuear at t tm t)nn 'tmvt. toi-m
of said Court to answer ns aforesaid, to "which tho
same return was madobythe Bherlff. You aro
therefore required to bo and appear on tho drat
day ot the next termot said Court to bo held ut
nioomsuurg for said county on tho first Monday of
plaint. JOHN MOUHKY, fiherlff.
.luitiuixri mil, im.
E. 11. Sc It. it, Utile, Attorney. nov 0
Rcsil Instate !
By vl rtue of an order Issued out of tho Orphans'
Court of Columbia county tho undersigned admin.
Istrator of Milton Mosteller, deceusod, will cxposo
to sale on the premises on
Saturday, Dec. xst, '83.
At 0 o'clock a. in., the following tract of land
bltifatc in Ilrlarcreek township, Columbia county,
bounded and described as follows to-wlt i On the
east by land of J, W, Uowman, on the south by the
road leading from Hcrwick to itlttenhouso's mill,
on the north by road leading to Berwick, contain
lug 4L Acres,
on which aro erected a
FltAMK DWELLING, HTA1II.U
and outbuildings. A good blacksmith shop on the
TKUMS OF HAMS. Ten per cent, of the one
BOurtuoltho purchase money to bo paid at the
striking down of tho property ; tho one fourtb less
the ten percent, at the confirmation of saloj and
tho remaining three-fourths In one year thereafter,
with Interest from continuation nt.il,
a. a ciiooi',
Nov 0 Administrator,
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
This powdot nover varies. A marvel ofpurltv
strength and wnolesomonosi. M ro economical
than tho ordinary k nds. and cannot bonoldln
competition with thp multitude of low test, short
weight, nlum or nhospuati powders. Hold only
In ctns. Uiivai. lUtlNO l'ownsn Co , ion Wall-st.,
N. Y. auicli-lv.
An Old Soldiers
" Calrorl, Texas,
May 3, 1802.
" I with to exprcs my appreciation of the
valuaMo qualities ot
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
s a cough remedy.
" Whilo with Churchill's army, Just beforo
tho battle of Vlcktbuig, 1 contracted a se
vere cold, which terminated In a dangerous
courIi. I found no ullcf till on our march
wo came, to a country ttore, where, on asking
for somo remedy, I was urged to try AVer's
"1 did to, and was rapidly cured. Since
then I have kept thul'ECTOltALconttantly by
me, for faintly use, and t hare found It to be
an hiMluablu rouiedy for throat nnd lune
dlncaHes. J. W. WllITLKY."
Thousands of testimonials certify to the
prompt euro of all bronchial and Inns;
affections, by tho use of AVer's Ciiemiy
l'EC-roiiAi, Ilelng Tcry palatable, the young
est children take It readily.
Sold by all Druggists.
OIIAV'H HIMCCII.-IC MICUICINK.
TRADE MARK THE GrkatEhii-TRADE MARK
Linn iibaiKur. An
unfailing cure for
Seminal W e n k
and all Diseases
that follow as a
sequence of Self
Abuse ; as loss of
BEFORE TAKMfl.sal Lassitude, AFTER TAIIMS.
Pain In the Back. Dimness of Vision. Promnturo
Old Age, and many other diseases that led to Insa
nity or (,'onsumpnon nnu a lTemaiuro oravc.
Bbwark ot advertisements to refund money,
when druggists from whom tho medicine Isbouunt
do iol refund, but refer rou to the inunurar-tur.
ers, nnd tho requirements nro such thnt they
are teiaum, lem; complied with. Sec their writ
ten guarantee. A trial of ono single packago of
nray's Specific will convlnco tho most skeptical ot
On nccount of counterfeits, we havo adopted the
Yellow Wrapper ; the only genuine.
tsr Full particulars tn our pamphlet, which we
desire to bend free by mall to every one. iiTho
Specific Mcdlclno Is sold by nil drumrLstn at tl
per package or fl packnes for 15, or will be Bent free
by mall on tho receipt of the money, by addressing
Till.' fill A V MI.'llMVtf ni ll,r..1. XT
Bold in llloomsbnrg by all druggists. ' '
la this space next week.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
Byvlrtuo otnn order of the orphans' Court of
Columbia county, tho undersigned executor of
George Oman, lalo of the township of Scott, In tho
county ot Columbia, deceased, will expo. to p ub
11c salo upon tho premises on
SATURDAY, NOVKMIlEIi 34th, 1883.
At 10 o'clock In the forenoon, the following valua
ble real estato bltuato In Mt. Pleasant townslUp In
said county, bounded nnd described ns follows, to
wltt beginning nt a whlto oak a corner of Oeorge
Vance's land, thenco by land ot John Kline nouth
35 degrees west so perches to n post, thence south
55 degrees cast 6? perches to nwhltojiak down,
thenco bouth 35 degrees west Rl perches to stones,
thenco by lands now or late ot Michael Ilower
south 45 degrees east 01 and 4-10 jierclies to stonos,
thence south 69 degree cast 13l perches to btones,
tuenco north nvo degrees west Ity-four perches
thenco north SO degrees cast BO.perchos, thence
north 8 degrees west W perches, thenco north 15
degrees wckt 130 andfl io perches to the corner of
oeorge Vance's land, thenco by tho same west 138
l'erches to tho placo of beginning, containing
more or less, on which are erected
A House, Barn
and necessary out buildings.
TEltMB OK SALE. Ten per cent, ot one-fourth
of tho purchase money shall bo paid nt tho strlk.
lng down ot tho property, one-fourth less the ten
per cent, at tho conilrmatlon absolute and the re
maining throe-fourths In one year from conilrma
tlon nls! with interest from that date.
1IKN11Y Y, OMAN,
oct s Executor,
!U0 A YKAH
Uq lour Attention to k
Hlnuk (Irons sllkn 85o nnd up.
Colon (1 ilrcsa sllka 7"o nnd up.
Wrick omlimcrLw fiOo nml tip.
Colored cudiimirc r0n nnd tip,
Ladies' dri'ns cloths 30o and up.
Ladies' rcady-inado ooatn.
Ladles' rcady-inado Dolmans,
Trtblo Linons 20o nnd up.
Towoltt and napkins.
Stand nnd piano covoiu
Cnhniure hose, ladles.
CliildronV wool iioso.
Colombia Ocrinnntowii wools.
Slocking yarns, nil kinds.
Try onr Mo corset.
TrV Olir 7)0 ladies' innrinn vnal.
Rest printfl 5J and (!o per yard.
Tho best cheviot sliirtlnir 8o.
lryapnirof those $XC,0 lilankels
Worth S.'l.OO. A ll.lr.rnln
A big lino of children's ready.niado
coats just received.
A new lot of baby cloaks and ehawls
Go to Claik it Son's for velvets.
Wool hoods it Mother Hubbard
Go to Clark it Son's for blankets.
Ladies' nnd children's underwear.
Raryains in sliawla and BkirK
Flannels and muslins nwf.y'down.
H. J. CLARK & SON.
ESTATE OK AMANOA WKKKI1EISEH, I.ATK OP BLOOMS
Tho undersigned auditor appointed by tho Or
rinSnM?r.t!7 Columbia county tomakc Tdlstrtbi.
Hon of the balanco In hands of tho administrator,
S V,'ftn,,non.! 1 V? par,.'e9 1'ntltleil thereto, will sit
Ki'iWfL," i11'','!uurK' 011 Thursday Novem.
ber ist 1, 188.1, at lo o'clock a. m., when and whero
all parties interested in said cstato must appear
and present their claims, or bo forever debarred
from any share of said fund. "
A. L. FItlTZ,
ret '3-ta Auditor.
WHURKAS,llieHori. Wiliam Elwell
President Judgo of the Court of Oyer and
Terminer and GcneralJall Delivery, Court of Quar
ter Sessions of the I'caeo nnd tho Court ot Common
Pleas and Orphans' Court in tho soth Judicial Dis
trict, composed of tho counties of Columbia and
Montour, and the Hons. James Lake and Y. L.
Shuinan, Assclato Judges of Columbia county,
have Issued tbelr preccpt,bearlngdatc tho 39th day
of Sept. In the yearof our Lordono thousand eight
hundred and elgtity-threo, nnd to mo directed for
holdlnga Court of Oyer nndTcrmlncr nnd General
Quarter Sessions of tho Iace, Court of Common
l'leos and Orphans' Court, In llloomsburg, In the
county of Columbia, ou tho tlrst, Slonday, being
the 3rd day of Dec. neu. to continue, for two
Notice Is hereby given to the Coroner.to the Jus
tlces of tho 1'eaco, and tho Constables of the said
County ot Columbla.that they be then and there In
their proper person at lo o'clock in tho forcnouu ot
said 3rd day of Dec. with their records Inqui
sitions and other remcmbiances,to do those things
which to their ollices appertain to bo done. And
thoso that nro bound by recognizance to proscoule
against tho prisoners that are or may bo In tho Jail
of the sold county of Columbla.to bo then and there
to prosecute them as shall be ujt. Jurors are re
quested to bo punctual In their attendance,
agreeably to their notices. Dated at llloomsburg
(. ' .1 the and day of Nov. In tho year of our
L.8. VLord one thousand eight hundred and
(v) elghty-thrcoand In the one hundred and
eighth year of tho Independence of iho United
States of America.
Klierlirsoillce. JOHN MotV'tEV,
Uloomsbtirg, Nov-Btn Sheriff.
KOlt DECEMUEIt TEltM.
llloom Harrison Shaffer, NS Tlngley, John I)
Jones, W M Khoadamoyer, Charles llnuck, Geo.
llerwlck Levi llredbenncr.
Ilrlarcreek Daniel Pui-bClL
CatawKsa Fred l'fahler.
Center 1 J lies-).
Centralla .John Sloran.
Plshingcrcek-lllrain Hams, Geo. Heath.
Hemlock u 11 liartmau.
I-ocust ltolandus llerblne, Amandus Illlllg.
Jlndlson-James Klsncr, Amos Johnson, Hauls
Jit Pleasant Henry Kitchen.
Orange M II Patterson, Silas Connor.
Scott-Jl c iiccolluin.
neave r Danlfl Slngley, Jr.
llerwlck David liaucher, Okley Smith, Wm.
Hugenbuch, Daniel Heedy.
llloom Henry llo-nstock, H W Shutt, Gcorgo
V arr, P S Moyer, Clurles llendei-shott, LDKase.
CatawKsa Win lierkhelmer.
centre nenjamln sterner, H A Sweppenhclscr.
Greenwood E I. Eves, A J Derr.
Hemlock Mnthlas Wliltcnlght.
Jackson p .M Parker.
Locust Jonas Koup, Isaao Dyer, Isaiah Howcr.
Madison Chester Johnson, D.ivld Philips.
.Main Wm Mensluger, Ellas Shunnn.
Montour Isaao Mowrev, Daniel Pry.
ltoarlngcreek Henry U llelwlg.
Scott-P P Kelley, swiloone, II C Kelchner,
vbrnham Snyder, J 11 Townscud.
sugarloaf ltlchard Kile, Chas D Carpenter.
Ilcaver John nice.
llloom Jacob Hartzell, S D Ilobne. Z It Sliultz,
Augustus Prlend, John aordner, Wm Dletterlch, J
Denton Evan Iluckalew, James Long.
Cntawlssa Wm Hartman, U W Walter, Ell
conyngham Edward Hughes.
Franklin Jerry Kostenbauder.
Greenwood (1 II Thomas, James Lockard, T S
Christian, A P Heller.
FWliliigereck-aeorgc, Labor, Benjamin Golder,
Jackson John ltantz.
iocust Jeremiah Snyder.
MadLson John Itelchard, D O Welllvcr, Cyrus
Main David S llrown.
Miniln I k Swcppenhelscr, Samuel Drum.
orange II F liartch.
line Luther Cermau.
ltoarlngcreek David Long, Jacob Longenberger.
stigarloat-wm li Fetcrman.
FOlt DECEMUEIt TEltM 1883,
Sarah A Hlnterlller vs Charles 1) Knler.
8 P Kaso & S P Wolverton use, V3 Dili W Hall
road Co. ,
A J Evans vs Charles Krug.
orangevlllo MSfL Association vs Joseph A
Henrlo, et al.
William F Ulbby vs Isaao Secsholtz, et al.
Catharine Schmlck's uso, vs Wm F Illbby,
V. S llobblns vs (1 M J K IwkariL
J M Smith nssignee vs cal In Clark et ui. ,
W G yetter Ex vs William Yeager.
Gcorgo lievan vs L A lllley Jt co.
The singer M'f'g Co vs Martha Delias.
John Sheatler s Philip Springer.
Casper ithawn's admr vs N &v II ll'y Co.
isaao Weckerley's Exr vs Daniel n Fredericks.
Fred Smith et al vs N 4: W U It'y Co.
Kphralm Kramer vs N W II lt'y Co.
0 II Drockway's asslgneo vs N it W 11 It'y Co.
D A Hess vs N W II H'y Co.
Daniel Walter vs J P Lewis.
Chas H itelchard vs Chas Kllngennan.
Aaron llogart vs Peter liogart.
Lloyd Khuman vs N X W 11 H'y Co.
Henry llarnerctux vs N & w 11 lt'y Co.
Andrew Crevellng vs William Thomas.
Ivevl Kurtz vs Joseph Ileum et ux.
Daniel F beybert vs George llretsch.
Gideon stecker's Adm vs Thomas Illckey.
Stephen Wolf vs Juo M Jllller.
Alluas cole vs Sarah Hess.
Jacob Haines vs N W II lly Co.
II G Vettcr vs N & tv u lly Co.
II V Garret vs Geo K Hess.
Jane Moyer vs James s Lewar'sAdm.
et aV'' f J'm'idell,ula 'l'fu'e n Abraham Billing
John Slminan vs N k W 11 lly Co.
II M Wler vs ltlchard Angel et al.
Lydla llobblns vs Jacob S stoker's Adm.
Peter llelwlg's ex vs Peter llelwlg.
D H Laubach vs J W i S A hmltli?
Tn nil my creditors nnd whomsoever concerned.
Court of coannon Pleas of Columbia county J
iui uid uciirui, ui, uuu utscuargu unuer, tue insoi.
vent laws ot tho Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
iiud that the said court has npiiolntod the nrst
day of nxltcrm (bi'lugthe first Monday of De
cember 1HS3) for the time of making my up
plication for lln.il dlhargo aud hearing beforo
the said Court al the Town of 'llloomsburg, In said
county, whon and where you may attend II you
,'ivi'w. m. una, m.imi.
ESTATE OK TllEKESSA BAYLOK, DECEASED.
In Iho Orphan's court of Columbia county,
Tho undersigned auditor amwluled bv said court
to make distribution of the biluui'-o In the hands
of the admlulstrutor, arising from the sale of real
estate In proceedings In partition will sit In the
discharge of tho duties otitis appointment at Ids
onice In llloomsburg at ten o'clock in the forenoon
upon Iho twenty-seventh day ot November .883,
whore and when nil parlies Interested In said fund
nre requested to bo and present their claims, or
bo debarred from any share ot tho samo.
Following Lines ol Hoods :
Fur trimmings nnd ornaments.
Satin gimps nnd ornaments.
UargaiiM in laoes nnd buttons.
Theso yams nro tho best in tho
market and nro noted for theii even
ness nnd elasticity of thread, bril
lianoy nnd durability of colors nnd
variety of shades. Etch hank con
tains a nr. nnd is the onlv yarn put
up in full 2 ounce hanks, and is
therefore tho cheapest and best.
It. J. CLAftK j- soy.
t Tho Kiihuiiit shirt thn bent lit.
ling nnd easiest Imiudried of any
Try our cotton flannels.
Try our wool flannels.
Angora ami Saxony wools.
Wo wero nover better prepared to
meet your wants in tho way of largo
stock in all departments, at lower
figures, than ever. Our terms are
cash and that is what buvs noods
CLARK A SON:
KSTATK OK ELIZABETH XELCMNEK, LATE OK M1FKUN
Tho undersigned auditor appointed br tho Or.
mans' court of Columbia county, mako dlJt
butloii io the balance In tho hands ol ftotuT Moircy
trustee, to sell real estate." will sit nt his omco li
oiwf?11'' on KFlWar; November th, im" at 10
ocloek a. m., when and where nil parties interest
ed In said e-tato must appear nnd jiresSt clalmiT
or bo forever debarred from any share of said cs
tftta II. V. WHITE,
ESTATE OK C. K. UAUUEB, LATE OK CATAWIBSA, BE.
The undersigned appointed auditor to distribute
'?."i?1,"1J,"u l"fnaa Clinton Ellis comrSttee
of U. P. Harder a lunatic, will meet tho nartlS In.
town of Catawlssa on Saturday November S4th
A. 1). 1S8J, atiotfclMkn.nv atwhlchUmOand
placo all parties having claims upon Said fund wni
npm-araud present the same, or bTdebarrcd I from
coming In tor a share of the same. U'"UJ"VU
Nov at,. 1L "UCKINOIIAM
ESTATE OK 1IANNAII riATT, DECKA8ED.
HS?c?lfr.nHlnUullor appointed by the Or
lihan's Court of Columbia County to rnako dlstrl.
w mSttMahidmi0118. "'? Pities entitled thereto;
111 ut at his office In 11 oomsburg on Saturday
November 17, 188.1 nt lo o'clock n. m. when and
KV'L ."?d Present their claims or bo thereafter tfe
barred from any share of said fund.
L. S. WINTKllaTKEN,
I8TATE OK HICHAHD vrr.v nrriin,,
Letters testamentary In the estato of ltlchard
Mle, deceased, late of sugarloaf township, colum
b a county, 1'eniL, have been granted by the lie
F,',aJf .' ' nuunty 10 ?epl'uah I. Kilo and Ka
lurahA. Herllnger. All persons having claims
against tho estate of said decedent aro requested
to present them for settlement, and thoso Indebted
without delay0 9 paymcnt t0 tUe undersigned
ZEPHANIAH L. KILE,
rv,. , . KATUKAU A. HEItLINOEn,
October 1S-0W litecutori.
OTICE OP DISSOLUTION.
Tlift nnrtnnroltln 1,,,.
,.:;. I:. '. v i"'wio existing oeiween
Mcllcnry & Krlckbaum, of llenton, has been dis
solved by mutual consent. And all persons having
accounts with said nnn will please call on the
undersigned and make settlement. The business
will hereafter bo carried on by Mcllenry Carey.
Nov, Mw IHA McIIKNKY.
ESTATE OK nENIIV DEICII1IILLEU DECEASED.
A.'.'a. now September aeth 1N8.1 on petition of Hen
ry oelclimiller a son and heir of said deceased aud
by agreement of all parties In Interest, C. o. Bark
ley, Lsq., Is appointed auditor to mate dlstrlbu
Hon of said estate to and amongst the parties
legally entitled thereto. '
. . Hv toe Cohkt.
Certlrted from tho Itecorda this tthday of Octo
In DUrsUnnOO Of Raid nnnntntmnnt thn nnrint,'
ed will sltnt his onico In Brower's building,
llloomsburg, Pa., on Tuesday, November a), 18S3.
At ten o'clock in t ho forenoon, when and where all
parties Interested must appear and present their
claims, or bo forever debarred from any share of
C. O. BAHKLEV,
Alexander & Bro.
HlH GOODS, LOW pRlDg
A full lino of Confectionery, Fruits, Nuts, cur.
ars. Tobaccos, Pipes, Christmas tree trimmings,
and a largo stock of Sugar Toys for tho Holidays,
reviiolffiiiu ana Uttatt.
Meerschaum Pipes, agar Holders, Cigar Cases,
Tobacco lMuches and other goods sultablo for the
Christmas trade. County dealers should consult
our prices beforo purchasing elsewhere.
IfNoxt to Court House.
Porcelains and Faience.
In addition to many novelties
fioin tho Royal Worcester, Min
ions and Copcland works, we
would especially note some woii-d-ri'ully
decorated Faience from
t!ie celebratetl Hungarian fab
ruiuo at lludapest, bearing' the
famous mark of the "Five
Clilirclus" they are without
dnulit the most elaborate pieces
cv;r proilucetl, having received
Uu first prize at the late Amster
IJ.'autiful articles suitable for
weilding gifts, in Vases, Centre
1'ii-ves, Cabinet Specimens, Fine
Plates and Cups, are here in end-,
We should be glad to see vis
itors nt any time, assuring them
a very cordial reception.
Mail orders for the selection of
gilts, will as usual, have our most
J. 15. CA!.Dwr.n. & Co.,
902 Chwtnut St, Philadelphia.
WINTER COATS & DOLMANS.
Wo tnko especial pritle ami plensuro in calling attention to
our ntock of theso goods. It Hiirpasses all wohavo olFeretl in
tho past, aud wo havo good reason to believe h not equalled
in America. Tho garments are all manufactured expressly
for us in tho most careful manner from the latest Htyles.which
styles arc in most cases confined to us alono.
This superb stock h now on exhibition and sale. The
priced will bo found Biirprisingly moderate.
We also show a wonderful lino of
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS,
All made in tho highest stylo of the urt by tho samo Foreign
makers, and not to be surpassed for style, fit and carefulness
So great arc tho attractions in this department tho present
season that a littlo later we shall probably havo a demand
that will tax all our resources, although wo have made every
possible preparation therefor.
We advise our friends to make their selections now.
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND JOBBER IN CIGARS.
IS Tlllll oOt,i, ti
blgns and at lower prlcea than has ever been known ba"on ut th0 btut0 ' U"lme-
line fcWHte'K WSgK "nU A f nil
IWdyanaTarstryllruijela.Tall l'"00" 1wn- A nlco line uf
Q00D BODY BRUSSELS, $1.25.
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, as low ns 70 & 75c.
EXTRA SUPER INQRAIN,80&05c.
ALL WOOL SUPER INQRAIN, &75&80c.
WOOL FILLING INGRAINS, 05c.
'T&tScffl,, SJtdotUH at . ao, M, wm ana &0c snnaro yard
Ins carti t'ruuVt ctouu and ruSSli nSS "f.J.if T c,ie' ?"J dtiJrnWo, used lur. cover-
ders received from ill BurronndlnS Swfs iii i.w, nw.,n.,,LK,t?. wa' mlt-r oa kuort "otlco- or
will bo retailed Tin New York or tadeliiUi" 111 u,eut," ttn" lr-s guaranteed na low as
0". J". BEOWBE,,
jti ft m, sav'Li .SS-
Mutlnir, tic only I07l.
nu iuoiimdiI rl tjPi, TltUIS. " - v
mui'ituit HIRAM SIBLEY
STiroriuyrT r.cuHTis, insciuni,' auknt,
MS Or BlOOMSaUHQ COI. CO, PKO'U.
i.I.t.r,:?'.a,'?1.nl8trftllonon the estato of Kinmet
i.f.S5S,,Sl.4"i,0' tU8,l0wn llloomshurif, ooiuii;
wuuv,, , uH5jiT4nia, uucuoaou, navo been
Kranted by the ltok'Uter of said county to the m -
claliuH atfalnat tho estate of the decoasert nro ret
nuested to present them for uettlement, and those
Indebted to the estate to make payment to tho
undcnJifued administrator without delay,
p Pi i
j?.?ar CiS,i"SSr iff l "V.
& CO. Rochester, N.V. Chlcago.lll.
XmTK Or KUZAUtTM VU)H(1, HTK Or OltANUK
I-ettera testamentary In the estate of Klliabotu
JieUiuir, deoiiaswl, late of Orango townthin (."olum.
bli county, l'a., have boeu ifrnuted by tho lletfliter
pf said comity to 'i hoinas flolleury. All iiernonu
havliiif claims ngalnst the estate of said ileeemlont
uro reiiuested to present thorn for uettlement, nnd
t hose indebted lo the estato to make payment lu
the undersigned with out delay,
Orangevlllo, Col. county, Vu Knoculor.