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0. E. Elwall, 1 r,,.
J, g. Blttenioniar.J E11""'
FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1881.
Btnino seems to be loosing ground.
The dolecato elections of Wednesday
woro tionrly nil for Arthur, from Ver
mont to Iown.
Tho Phlla. Times ot Sunday gives
nn estimato of tho iirolmblo vote at tho
Republican National Convention on
first ballot as follows i Arthur about
801, Utaino 235, Edmunds 08, Logan
80, Sherman 87, Harrison 20, Fair
child 18, Sabin M, Hawloy 12. The
largest vote IMaino over received wai
in 1870, when ho had 851.
Senator Edmunds has opened a
shaip correspondence with William
Walter Phelps of Nuw Jeraoj who at
tempted to defend Blaino by saying
ho was not as bad a man as Edmunds.
Edmunds appears to admit tho charges
brought against him, but is indignant
that no should be classed with Blaine.
Tbeso two statesmen seem to be de
termined that neither shall obtain tho
nomination for president.
Tho miners at points along tho Laek
awauna and Wyoming valleys havu
issued an address, in which they' sav:
"Our families are suffering for the
real necesarieB of life, which wo nre
uuablo to givo them at tho present rate
of wages. We were promised full time
a few weeks since, but a week's sus
pension has como instead. It will bo
utterly impossible for us to enduro this
statu ot affairs much longer. We have
kept still for weeks and months in
nopo tsat tlio spring would bring us
better times, l'ellow-workmen along
tho line, get yourselves in shape, for
the more you humble yourselves, and
tho stiller you keep, the more will tho
companies try to orush you down."
A Ohanoe for Sherman.
At the republican primaries at Louis
ville, Kentucky, on Monday night, the
fight between tho Arthcr and Blaine
factions culminated in a torriblo riot at
wluoh a number of persons were shot
Here is another chanco for John
bhcrraan. Let him at ouco proceed to
investigate this bloody republican riot.
Ho may bo able to discredit both Ar-
tr.ur and limine- and thus givo new
freshness and vigor to his own presi'
Such an investigation would not bo
attended with the ditliuulties (hat stir
rounded the Danville affair. It will
require no Eliza Pinkston or Violet
Keeling to perjure herself in order to
make out a caso for Mr. Sherman at
Louisville. The Arthur and Blaino
factions are so intent upon bringing
confusion to each other that a cloud o
witnesses will bo ready to testify on
lietUhioa tavonte son once more
unfurl the faded folds of the bloody
shirt and "move on the enemy 8 works
at liouisville. J'alnot.
. A new bankruptcy bill passed the
Senate last week. It makes the Uni
ted States District Courts bankruptcy
courts, and allows of appeal to the Cir
cuit Courts, the Supremo Court of the
United Slates to review decisions only
when the Circuit Judges disagree. The
Circuit Courts will appoint Commis
sioners in Bankruptcy, and a Supervi
sor in each judicial district. Any per
son owing debts exceeding $300, and
unable to pay, may apply to be adjudi
cated bankrupt. Any person owing
debts exceeding 1,000, who loaves' his
State to avoid his ci editors, or conceals
himself to avoid arrest, or servico of
legal process, or makes fraudulent
transfer of his property, or suspends
payment or nis commercial paper or
open accounts for thirty days after tho
samo aro duo and payable, or who
makes fraudulent preference, shall bo
deemed to have committed an act of
bankruptcy, and may bo adjudged
bankrupt on petition of three or more'
ot his creditors whose bills would
amount in all to $500.
Women and the Ballot.
CONGRESSMEN F.XI'IIESSINO PlVEUGENT
VIEWS ON THE QUESTION Ol'
The House committee on the iudi
ciary last week submitted four reports
relative to extending the right ot suf.
frage to women. The adverse major
ny report was prepared by itepresenta
tive Maybury and says In part : "To
permit the entrance of political con
tenlion into a homo would be either
useless or pernicious useless if man
and wifo agreo and peruioious if they
uitter. in the tormer event tho vol
time of ballots alone would be increased
without changing results. In the lat
ter tho peace and contentment of home
would bo exchanged for tho bedlam of
political debate, and become the scone
of baae and demoralizing intrigue;
In answer to tho question
often suggested what portion and what
class ot women would avail themselves
of tho privilege of suffrage if extended
to women, your committee is of the
opinion that whilo a fow intelligent
women, HUch as appeared before tho
committee in advocacy of tho pending
measure, would defy all obstacles in the
way of their casting the ballot, yet the
great mass ot the intelligent, mined
and judicious, with tho becoming
modesty of theircox, would shrink from
the rude contact of the crowd, with thu
exceptions mentioned, leaving to the
ignorant and vilest the exclusive right
to speak for the gntler h0x in public
Me.s.s. Reed, E. 1). Taylor, T. M,
Browne and McCoid in their minority
report say : "The association of tho
sexes in tho family circle, in society
and in business having proved improv
ing to both, there is neither history,
roasou nor sense to justify the asser
tion that association in politics will
lower the nno or demoralize the other.'1
Mr. Dorsheiiner, while concurring
with the majority in recommending
that thu mailer be laid on tho table,
says : "I think it probable that tho
interest of society will soon require that
woman should have the right of suf
frage.'' Mr. Poland's report says : "The
ofliceand duty which nature had de
volved upon woman during all thu
active and vigorous portion of her life
would often render it impossiblo and
still moro indelicate for her to appear
and act in caucuses, conventions or,
elections, or to act as a member of a
Legislature or as a juror or Judge." '
FOOD FOR THOUGHT.
A largo number of Ilungaiiana have
withdrawn their earnings from tho
Savings Deposit Hank In Wilkes-Harro
with tlio purpose of returning to their
native land. Within tho past few'
years these people havo shown up well
on tho books of tho different banks,
being of a very saving disposition.
Half tlmo at the mines and persecution
by the native laborers havo idlshoart
oned them, lienco (heir return to thu
old country. .. ,
Thomas .1. Thomas, who formerly
resided in Pittston, but is now living in
Cardiff, Wales, writes to bin friend,
Isaac E. James, of the former place,
saying : "Tho ooal trado horo is 'quite
thu reverso from what it is reported in
America. A working man now gets
plenty to do, and a fair day's wages
for a fair day's work." Willi the pros
pect of only half tlmo in the minds for
tho coming year their bwn country
seems to offer a better prospect for
Welsh miners than can be expected this
side of tho Atlantic.
Ono hundred men were discharged
from Baldwin's locomotive works re
cently and ono of the members of the
firm said that unless other work came
in tho discharging would continue
until tho present working force Of 3,000
would bo reduced to about 2,000 men.
Tho works havo been running to their
full capacity 'for. several years' past and
average 550 locomotives a year. Tho
cause of tho falling off in orders tho
gentleman said, was that, the railroads
havo been carryihg freight and pas
sengers at such low rates that they aro
compelled to reduce their expenses and
one of tho first places in which to re
trench is tho motlvo power. Thu trunk
lilies, lie said, have now stopped cut
ting each others' throats, and he
thought that when' tho fall carrying
trade begins' there Will be plenty of
Gold has been discovered iu largo
quantities near lhompson's lalls, Mon
Tho lato name given the supporters
of Blaine, ialhat of "Mulligan Guards."
Iho namo is very appropriate.
A terrific cyclone passed through
unio, near JJayton, ou bunday alter
noon, causing much destruction of
property and. loss of life. Tho path of
the cyclone was about an eighth of a
Tho Hungarians were brought into
this country by coal operators and rail
road companies, because they would
work at. a much lower prico than native
laborers. Now thu nativo laborers ore
making war upon these foreigners be
cause of their doing tho same work at
lower wages, the Hungarians should
not bo permitted to bo thus treated,
but. let the blame rest upon tho heads
of those who brought them here.
TheMemphis Medical Monthly savs
that the Missouri Supremo Court has
decided that information obtained by
a physiciau from a patient must not be
disclosed on tho witness stand, where
information was necessary to enable
tho doctor to prescribo as' a physician
or operate as a whrgeon. Tho Court
held that it would not, do, whilo the
mbutb of a physician is closed as to ttit
actual spoken words of a patient, to
open it as to knowledge acquired from
A bill has been passed and signed by
tne uovemor ot iMew York which pro.
vides that "no person shall manufac
ture out of oleaginous substance orsub
stances, or any compound of tho same,
other thau that produced from unadul
terated milk, or cream cf the same,
any .article designed to tnkoi the place
of butter or cheese produced from pure,
unadulterated milk or cream of the
same, or shall sell,. or offer for sale, tho
s line us an article, of, food." Tho pen
alty is a lino of not less than 8100 nor
more than 500, or imprisonment for
not less than six mouths nor more than
oiio year, or both such lino and impris
onment. Tho commissioner is o- re
ceive $3,000, nnd tho sura of $30,000
is placed at his disposal to bo used in
enforcing the law. The seotion con
taining tills prohibition is a copy of, a
section of the Missouri law, tho vali
dity of which, has been .tested in the
Attorney Geneial Cassidy has given1
an opinion that Common Pleas Judges
who wero commissioned subsequent to
the approval of tho act of 1883, pro.
viding that no Judge of the CourU of
Common Pleas hereafter appointed or
elected and commissioned shall receivo
any compensation in addition to the
salary and mileage fixed by tho act,
are 'not entitled to extra compensation
for holding court in counties outside
their district. Under the act of 1871
provision is made for the payment of
$12 a day to Judges who hold such
courts. The Attorney General main
tains that the act of 1883 repeals that
of 1871 so far as the compensation of
Judges appointed after approval of 'the
formor!act is concerned. The 6pinion
of tho Attorney General 'was written in
reply to a letter by Auditor General
Wiion, on whom a claim was made by
Judge Seeley, .President Judge' of
Wayne and Piko counties, for $144
for holding court in tho Thirty-fourth
and Forty .fifth Judicial distriots during
1I081KJ CIIEAl NHWSl'Al'Elt.'l.
The ego In rami's nature Is sometime a
healthy factor In the development of per-
ouai;cliarnctor in, Unit sof.reppect, Is often
thereby Induced, but, vUi;ru ego'm bo.
coraesi arrogancq ami manifests u over-
bearlui; or Intollurant' ilUpo.sltlon, discord
and dissension uro Its legitimate results,
The President U not tho republic, a preach,
er is not the clnircli ho mltiUlersto, the
chief ofllcer of a town council is not the
body corporate, the clmrmuu of political
committee; Is not tho entire party, nutl yet
we frequently And persons tilling tlicso and
Imllar positions acting as though they
were the aggregate Instead at being units
in such organizations.
We know of ridiculous iittempti of men
who, blinded by a little temporary author.
Ity or ofllclal power, seek to manipulate
matters social, religious, political or mu
nicipal (q their own personal ndranUgc.
Now, this is wrong) the publlo expect to
have leaders, but have uo use for dictators,
and when such ofllclali or dignitaries for.
get that they aro tho servant! of thu peo
ple they aro apt to como to grief. "Man,
dressed In a little brief authority, llko an
angry ape, plays such fantastic tricks be
low high heaven ns makes the angels
ween." Dogbcrrylsm Is not dead by uny
means, and tho old saying that If you "set
u beggar on horscbuck he will rjuo to the
devil,1' Is' a very true one.
Officious gentlemen who Jack modesty to
understand when they become offensive to
communities by their overbearing Jnso-j
THE COLUMBIAN AND
lence, sooner or later accomplish their own
destruction.) and wlicn onco deposed they
sinn into inni insignmcanco ami ooscurujr
Iron? wjiliii they never ought to hare
uqen uooiicu uy unwise, inougu prouauiy
YMM Mi I ,
There Seiims lo' bo
a mnnfa for
trashy newspapers tho moro sensational
and purllo tho contents, tho more accepts.
bio they appear to bo. Uo people ever
stop .to thtnk of ilio drift or tendency of
such reading, and Its effects on the, homo
ctrclur 1 '
, wTho exploits of noted robbers, murder
ers and biink defaulters, tho developments
or frailty arid depravity In human nature,
tho natural 'cussc'diicSs demonstrated hy
bad boy predictions all such matters
Seem to absorb.and fascinate a largo num
ber of newspaper readers. That tills Is an
unhealthy condition of things none will
doubt, and It will, require a vigorous effort
on part of society to condemn In order to
suppress it t but we Incline to think If lo
cal newspapers would show a moro pro.
grcssivo and enterprising disposition and
would furnish their readers with good,
nowsy and interesting matter tlicso extra
neons excrescences would not be so wel
come. When local newspapers .can only
oiler their weekly readers about flVo min
utes' local news, and then All up their col
umns with Insipid clippings and patent
putsldo absurdities, it Is not Wonderful
that tho majority of pcopto seek for novel
Tho publishers of tho Col.tiunUN have
always Issued a clean sheet, and will never
offer to Its readers objectionable rcadlug,
and It intends In tho futuro to extend its
usefulness iu tho county by Increased ef
fort In its local state and national budgets.
During the present year moro than usual
Interest attaches to political and social de
velopments, and tho Columbian means to
give to its subscribers tho best dollar and
n halt's worth of news to bo got Iu this
part of tho country.
Notice Is hereby given thit an application will
do inaao to tno court or common I'lcas ot comm.
b a county. In chambers, onSatuiday tbs Jllli day
of May A. I), istu. nt 2 o'clock 1. M. under tho een-
eral net ot Assembly ot the Commonwealth ot
Pennsylvania, entitled "An act to provide (or tho
Incorporation and regulation ot certain corpora-
uuwv'appruYcu April xvin ana lis suppje
rn nts, tor the charter of a proponed corporation
to no called "U II. II. HoaglandTost No. 170 O. A.
It. of Catawlss i, ra.," the character and object
of which Is to Invest and secure funds for the bene.
Iltof Its members, their wires and orphan chl dren,
and for that purposo to possess nd enjoy nil the
rights, bneoisand privileges ot the said act ot
atuemory ana its supplements.
JOUN C. YOCUM,
April mh 185. May 2
FllOM $85.00 TO $125.00.
MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP
FARM AND MILL PROPERTY
Private Sale !
The property situated about one mile south ot
Miminvllle, MlRUn township, known as tho Yohc
Mill Property, Farm contains about
All necessary tana buildings andmUlln fair run.
.WUl be sold at a bareiln apply to John W.
Evans or J, W, Bowman, Berwick, Columbia com.-
ty, i'u. may xt w
The undersigned, Assign of C. B. Brockway,
offers at private xale, the following described
valuable real estato situated In tho Town of
Uloomaburg, county of Columbian! State of
Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows;
FIRST. A three story brick building on Court
Houso alley, near the Court House, and attached
totheBrower Building used for lawomces c,
and1 formerly known as' tho Columbian Build
ing. SECONP. A three story brick house on Third
Street adjotnlng lot ot Peter S. Brugler on the
east and another lot ot C. l). Brockway on the
w'ebt, containing' a front of ntty-two feet, and a
depth ot about 314 feet, tho said houso being fur
nished In all its, rooms with gas fixtures; also
water, a bath room, Baltimore heater, 4c There
Is also on the premises a good stable, and other
TIMID. A vacant lot adjoining the above, and'
adjoined on tho 'west by property o( Mi P. Luti
being forty feet In front, and about 211 feet In
depth. The above can bo bought separately or
Tho opportunity for purchasing atprlvato sale
will bo extended to Saturday, May nth, 1881.
Terms can bo ascertained from the undersigned.
If the above premises up to that time are not sold,
there win be a publlo sale ot the same,- on the pre
mises la the order above named, at 2 P. M. on
Saturday, M&7 S4th5 A. D. 1834.
TERMS. It to bo so'.d at publlo sale can be as
certained ot tho Assignee on or before the date ot
Bale, and after May nth 18.91.
M. P. LUTZ,
Notice Is hereby given, that tho following nam.
ed persons havo tile I with tho clerk of the court of
Quarter nbionijf the Peaceof C'oluinblacounty,
their petitions tor license, which wm be presented
to the said Court on Monday thu 5th day of
U. ITCi UL 11VU U UUK'K I . AI.
Hhuman, p. If.,
II oss, inram
KUse, (1 W
otrton, Jacob L. . .
Olllmore, Wm It
Jacoby, O A i
Klstler, Hester 1
Sweeney, W J
ltooney, A U
Jin uor Store
, 'I ,
i I it
Kline, John L Conyngbam
Monroe. Mary i'
Hazletlne, Samuel Greenwood
Dietrich, Charles Hemlock
Yeager, Welllogion Locuat
Knorr, Daniel "
Yoder, Aaron "
smith, A K Madlsou
Yetter, Bit Main
Longenberger, J K '
Ueta, A W Mifflin
LayeocV, II T Montour
uelllg. Charles lloartugcreck
Fredrlca. F o Kcott
u ikuu punier dt.1 acou
Blower, " "
l"erry, J w
Bloomibun? Anrll 1RS1 w. KlucKiiAiTU.
April IS clerk.
OTICB OP DI830LUTION.
The partnership formerly existing under the
Mne of Kilwurd Mcllenrv and Joshua Havaire of
Jtckson townahlp, for the distilling ot birch oil
wtuauif, U( Mio uistimuif Ut Uirctf VII
was dbuolved by the consent of both parties last
May, since which time Mr. Mcllenrv has been sole
mauutacturer. JOSHUA SAVAUC,
wauer, col co. ra.
April 10th, 188L uprl8
SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR
$1.50 A YEAH,
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA, COUNTY, PA."
.This powdor never varies. A marvel ofpurltv
strength and nholesomenoss. Moro economical
than tho ordinary kinas. and cannot be sold In
competition with tho multitude of low tost, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Hold only
In oans. Koran Daxtso I'owdih Co , m Wt!MU,
By virtue of writs Issued out of tho Court of
CommonTIeas, ot Columbia county and to mo
directed, will bo exposed to public sale on tho
Saturday, May 10th '84
at a o'clock p. m. Tho following real estato to
wit: All that certain ploco of ground situate In
Orangqvlllo, Orango Township Columbia county
and State of Pennsylvania, containing nlncty.nlno
And ctght-tcnths perches ot land strict measure,
and bounded and described as follows to-wlt :
Beginning at a corner on line of land of Henry
D. Walker, thencoby said lino north Uxty-nve
and ono-halt degrees west two and eighty-one
hundrcihs chains to a corner; thencoby land of
Jacob llarman and Free School lot, north thirty
abd one-halt degrees, cast two and twenty-tour
one hundretbs chains to a comer ; thenca by land
of Mary .Martz. Emily Kllno and others, south
sixty-four and ono-halt degrees, east two and
eighty-two ono hundreths chains to a post; thence
by land ot Henry I). Walker, south thlrty.two
degrees, west two and twenty-one hundreths
chains to the place ot beginning, with the appur
tenances, whereon aro erected a largo two story
frame building as an Academy and other out
Seized, and taken In execution, at tho suit ot
Silas Conner's, use vsthe OrangevlUe Male and
Fcmalo Academv, and to bo sold as the property
ot the Orangcvlllo Male and Femalo Academy.
iFI FA April It
AT THE COUltT HOUSE IN BLOOMSBOltU ON
Saturday, May 10th, 1884,
At two o'clock v. m.
All that certain lot or piece of ground sltuato In
Bloomsburg Columbia county Pa., and bounded
and described as follows to-wlt : Northwardly and
eastwardly by lots ot Moyer Bros., southwardly by
lot ot Jeremiah J. llrower and vrcstwardly by
Court ilouso Alley, containing 86 feet In front
more or less and 41 feet In width more or less, on
which Is erected a largo three story Brick Build
Ins and known formerly as the ' Columbian Build
that messuage and lot ot ground sltuato lu
Bloomsburg Columbia county Pa., bounded and
described as follows to-wlt: On the north uy Third
street, tbence along Third street 02 feet more or
less, on tho cast by lot of Peter Brugler 201 feet
moro or less, on the south by an alley, and on tho
West by lot otM. P. Lutz, containing Mfeet In
front and 202 feet In depth more or less, on which
are crectod a large twostory brick dwelling houso,
barn and out buildings. Seized and taken In
execution at the suit of M. u. Hughes vs c. II,
irockway, and tq be sold as the property of 0. B.
Brockway. Vend. Ex.
ithawn & Bobbins Att'ys.
All that certain messuage, or tenement and lot
ot land sltuato In tho township ot Centre in the
county of Columbia and State of l-cnnsylvanla,
bounded and described as follows to-wlt : Begin
ning at a stone, thenco by land of Daniel Hagcn
buch, south a,xteeu degrees, cast eighty-eight und
three-tenth perches to a stono j thenco by land ot
Daniel Neyhard now Thomas N. schweppen
nelser north seventy-flvo' degrees, east thlr-ty-ono
and three-tenth perchos to a stone;
thence by land of Simon Fry north sixteen de
grees, west eighty-eight and Uvo-tenth perches to
aslone ; thenco by land ot tho said Daniel Uagen
buch south sovcuty-flvo degrees, west thirty-one
and three-tcnih perches to the place ot beginning
containing seventeen acres and forty-nlno perches
of land strict measure be tho same more or less.
tVhereon are erected a goou two btory frame
dwelling house, a large bank barn and other out
oulldlngs,' good fruit and water on tho premlsej.
Seized and takin" Into execution at' the suit ot
Wesley Hess, Jesse Hoffman and William Shaffer
vs Samuel Neyhard and to bo sold as the property
ot Samuel Neyhard.
Miller Att'y. JOHN MOUItEY,
Notice Is hfcrphv irlvpn t.n nil !ft.nf aiu i.f..mniH.'
'and other persons Interested in tne estates of the.
rcspuvuve uuccueuts ana minors, tuattue fol
lowing administrators' executors' aud guardians''
accounts havo boon Hied la thu oillco ot the Regis-'
terof Columbia county, and will bo presented for
conarmatlon audaUowuucclnlbe Orphan's court,
to be hsld , In Bloomsburg, on Monday, May
Sth, itm, at 2 o'clock p. in., ou said day.
NOl. Tho first and final neount nf flenrcn A.i
Hons Administrator of Jacob Hons late ot Jllltllu
No 2. The account Of Jcssa Meneh ArlmlnUtrntnr
of Mary Adams lata otcutawlssa township de-
No 3. Tho first and final account of John W.
Evans Administrator tl on nt Ann I'. Kvmw l.iti- nf
thoBorougu ot Berwick deceased.
No 4. The first nnd partial account ot Oeorge
Harunan surviving Kxecuior of Seth Hartman
Ule of Catawlssa wwushlp deceased.
No 5. The Ilrbt uud nartial account or W. IT. Park.
cr Administrator of Humphrey Parker law of
Nos. The first account of John AMhlunian Ad.
mlulstrator of John Lowu late ot Su jarloat town
, No 7., Tho llnt and partial account ot Isaac
Heacock icxecutor ot Uuus llcacocsc lato ot (ireen.
wood township ileueasod.
No 8. Tho hn.ll iLCiMilnr. nf Alirih:im Vl'IrtiAi-
guardlau of tlio person and estato ot Mary M.
lUoin.is minor chi Uu( Jo,lan 'J. Tliomas latcot
Hoarlngcruuk township deccaswL
No 9. 'l'hu llrst and Ilnal ucoaunt. nf .Inmh i.'nr.
roll Executor of Daniel D. N'ledin in late ot Hem.
lock loivushlp doooasod.
Nolo. The thlnlmiQ' nnahiertnunt nf II. I. v.
Colley Kxeoutorof Aloxaudor Uolley late of lieu,
ton township deceased.
No 11. The llrst and n irtlal account, nt Mllm vv.
Moss Executor of DyurU Muss me ot Benton
No" 13. Thu second an! lln tl account ot Samuel
Lchr Administrator ot Juseoa Leurlaidof Uanvur
No is. Tho first 'and ilnal account ot John C.
Vocum Administrator ot .il.iri' J. djjiiIij.i lutii nf
Main township deceased.
No 11. Tho third and final account ot lloujauilu
lUrlldl AduilUlsiratar or William H. (Ifanu lam
Of Catawlssa township deceased.
No is. The, first and Jliul account ol
Houghton Administrator of uoyu Kressl
ussier lato ot
uo uiwusuip ucceaseu.
J'o 16, The account ot Paul Fortner Ad nlultra,
torutlicnjamlu 1 Ileus lato of the llorouguot ilor
No 17. Tha llrst audllual uccount.ot .WIllUiu
Dletllcb Executor 6tJu,en!i lli.-lrl.'li 1 At n nf i.iiii.
lagcreck voivnihlp deceased.
No 18. The llrst aocount ot I. iW, McKelvy Exe.
cutor at Joseph Weaver lato ot tho lowu of 11 oouii-
NO 18 The llrst and dual amount or William Km.
mer Admlulsliator 01 Aiwle Weill yer late ot MaU.
Ison tnwusulp deceased.
NO 20. ThO rirsL anil Ilnal anpniinf. nf Jn.nnli
ltauch Aduilnuirator 01 Peter Helubach latept
Moatour township deceased. r
No 31. Thetlrst and final luvinnnt. nf .Tnhn ir
ltobblus Exucutor of Samuel Dru.u late ot Main
NO 22. The tint and nnal anennnr. nt U'lMiam
Marttguardlan otUeurtetta; Louisa and Amelia
HoiiTcrimuurcuuurcu 01 trranxiiu iieaver late of
Iocust towoshlp deceased.
No ii. Tho rlrst and final account of William
ltlchel Executor of Oeorge Itlchel late of Catawlssa
. No 31. The first and rlnal account of William N.
Hunsinger Aduilulstrator .of Anthony Hunsiuger
late ot Plahlngcreek towusdlp deceased.
.Vlt second and Ilnal account of1 Henry
Fullmer AdmlnUtruor of Abraham Force late ot
uiuugu bunusuip uecvasou.
Noa. Thetlrst and final account of John A.
FunstoaUuardlait or Ellas llolwlg minor child ot
sarah Helwlg late ot Columbia county doceased.
NOJ7. Thenrst and Ilnal account of Amanda
M. suyder AdmluUtr artx ot Jacob Snyder late of
Mlfllln towushlp deceaaod.
No 88. The first and parUal iccount olEllsba
lUgenbuch and J, Sanderson llagenbuch. Exocu.
tor's ot Jeremtah, HageuOucU late of Centre town.
W The first sod anal account of M. M. Hicks and
Ann Hutchison, administrators of Samuel II.
Hutchison, late of Scott township, deceased.
The rcsu It of 3 s
rears' catarrh 1 - tho
bridge, or division of
my nose, was about
hull gone t obtained
abottlo of Ely's Cream
Halm (have used four
bottles, npplylng It to
d swnb, which has
about cured up tho
nostrils. I had pre.
vlously tried all other
remedies on tho mar
ket without perma
nent roll ef.,-. I.i A.
Wood, W.N tllgh-st,
Ely's cream Balm enmes ho pain, oivesre.
lief atonco. Cleanses tho head. Causes healthy
secretions. Abates Inflammation, prevents fresh
colds. Heals the sores. Restores tho senses or.
tasto nnd smell A thorough treatment will cure.
Not a liquid orsnurr. Applied with the linger.
Send for circular, sold bv druggists. Mailed for
Wo. ELY BROTHERS, Druggists, Owcgo, N. Y.
April 83-4W d
ALL KINDS OP JOB PRINTING
- ON SHORT NOTIOE
AT THIS OFFICE.
ESTATE OF OKOItOK VEDDEIli DECEASED.
letters testamontary on tno 'cstatiof Oeorgo
Fedder, late of Miniln township, Columbia county,
Pa., deceased, have been granted by tho Register
otsald county to tno undersigned executor. 11
persons having clal ns ngalnst tho cstjitfl of said
decedent aro requested to present them tor settia.
ment, and lnoe Indebted to the estate to make
payment to tho undersigned without delay,
. . . . . OF
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS,
HOOTS, S II
PorJCLoxHitiq HdsE, BEWIC(C P.
Beneath the counters, away above the coilntors and Tilling
every inch of space in our extensive shelving accommodations,
our goods are
MyiiM m&wwi vmkw
We offer better goods at less prices than ever with latest styles
in all patterns. Call and judgo for yourselves, if we do not at all
times sustain our well known motive.
NOTICE. We takij a
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND JOBBER IN CIGARS. 1
Gome and see it
To the School Directors of Columbia cbuhty I
Grnlttinrn i-In pursuanco o the forty-thlrd
sccllon ot tho actof May Mh, IR.lt, you aro horo
by notltlcil to meet In Itonvfr ntlon, t tho Court
House, In Jiloomsburg, on tho first Tuesday In May
:." ., .being tho sthtla f tho month, at 1
0 clock In tho afternoon, and select viva od by a
mnjorlfy of the Svholcf number ot thrj directors
present, ono person bf literary nnd Bclcntlile
ncnulrements, nnd ot skill and experience in tho
art ot teaching, ns county superintendent for tho
three 1 succeeding years, nnd certify tho result to
i,.'.?..tit0.?ul,flllllc,u,cnt at Harrlsburg, nsro
tiulrcii bylholhtrtr-niuui'. and fortieth sections of
.1. H. (IIUMKR.
, County Superintendent of CoL Co.
1831. April 18-3W
' ' '-OF VALyXBLE ' '1U
By virtue of the last will nnd testament, of tiro.
Sliuman.lato of Miniln township, iloceasod, the.
unucrsigncu executor of said estate will expose to
public stlo on j j
Wediicstiityr Airil 80 1884,
at 10 o'clock a. m ui)on,ho premises, a valuable
tlmbcrtractof land, containing CO ncres. moroor
lowr situate In, ?;itawfssn township, Columbia
county, PA., bottnded' rI6rtli by lands of heirs of
Daniel Shuman deceased, east by lands ot Hannah
John, south by lands bf west by lands
of heirs of Samuel Shuman, deceased. Tho tract
Is heavily timbered with good rock oak and white
oak car timber, and Is locAtcd hear the Bloom
ferry, nnd lino of tho North & West Branch Hall.
road, nnd Is convenient to gtiod market.
Terms will bo mado known on day of sale.
. .. Executor.
O KS j," AN D P A Jjf
pleasure) in waiting on our ctistomcrB.
f ' I . . i
WE DON'TBELIEVE 'YOU EVER SAW A HANDSOMER RANGE
And wp aro sure you never used a BETTER BAKER.
lia Rue Automatic
. , w WITH OR WITHOUT WATER BACK,
of kevefi' Ciiscs1 6f'0ur CtMcbraltrl
TO N Qll IN TABLE i GO VEIIS
Heaohcd us a fow ditys ago, anil
. aro. even moro, tiatidaoniu (if , that
' U poHslb!ij)aiiaii th'6 rsl lrJl,wirt5li'
sold bo rapidly. Wo have them in '
EIGHT DIFFERENT COLORINGS.
4 j ; 'Aiti Jht4 fblloingJizW.ii j
5-4, 0-4, 7-4, 8-4, 8-10 & 8-12
It in almost iniposfiiblo. to praiaa
theso goods too highly. Tho col
orings aro bo rioli and effootivo
and tho prices bo yory moderate
that they should. meet all tastes
and Hiilt all purses; j
U.ur stock ot.
Raw and Sruii Silk , Aud
' f; i i t . i
i ' I I
the following sizes :
1 1-2, 1 3-4, 2, 2 1-2, 3 yards long,
The U. S. Telephone is the latest invention In Telephones,: nn'd SHmls'wItliout a rl
val, and 9 the only WORTHY ItlVAL of the Hell Telephone, ond is tho only telephone
of the klml ever before offered to the public. It is the only non.electrlc telephone
1 .,,,,,18(l.witl1 a Telephono Kopeator, or that will work on CHOOKEI), ANGLING
or ZIGZAG lines, or on a line having ACUTE OU 1UG11T ANGLES,
old outright for $10,00 no exliorhltant rents.
They are the only Telephones having nn ,iut6matlo I.lno Wirt Tiglither nnd tlicy
11m hic tiju luiupuunea ina nrc prptcctcil
sounus are uciivcrcil in clear and natural
nnd requia- less nttentlon nnd repairs than
, r THE XJ. S. TELEPHONE
tf034i!j; AND, 51 WESTSTREET,
M 9 MADISON IND
May 2-3mos 1 . '
Ofllce and Salesroom,
ODD FELJLOWS HALL, BERWICK, PA.,
."1 . 5 1 rllEALEIl IN
PIANOS, OEQAlS and SEWING MACHINES.' ' '
Oenulne Parts Otllardwaro for all kinds of So ing Machines, Veedles, oil, AttacUmenta. Ilclu and!.
: overytlilngtn the llnoot Sewing .Machines at ttouipr
Organs and Sewing Machines Sold, on Monthly Payments.
Liberal Discount made for Cash.
Agent for the Old Stater) Island Dyeing Establishment.
; , BUTTERICK, DOMESTIC & UNIVERSAL PERFECT . J
; FITTING PATTERNS. ' "' ' '' '
CS"A11 Orders received,
Gratis, Which is Warranto d;,;l',i;
.(U " II
Our magnifleent stock of
i ! .COElJSf ''I I
Is attracting much uttehtloni
All tho goods were .manufactured
to our order and imported dircctf
Wtfhave all ho la'test styles in
VARIEGATED BOltDEUS t
At' very hibder'ale prioe'g.- Wo
have, them in
4-1, G-4, 7-4, and 8-4 sizes,
And in all the new desitrng''
colorings. We havo' also a com
plete line of
OAUDINAL AND TURKEY
HED TADLE CLOTII8
Iu all ries and grades,' with nai
kins to maluu.,
i: l i 'IV
: s '
uy an outdoor r.iKhtnlnir Arrester. All
tonus. -TIuiV nru the nntaai.
any other "Telephone made.
P. 0. BOX, 28,
promptly attended to.ssfl
IU n?o llttfl
X 'HtMl MAITUIMU
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