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FRIDAY, OOTOHIilt 10, 1885.
Ciirtlliial MoCloskoy, tlio first nnd
only American Cardinal, died in Now
York last Frlday.agod 75 years. Ho was
created cardinal by the Pope in W76,
and had been in tho priesthood over
The Ohio Elcotloii,
Tlio election in Ohio Tuesday Invol
ved Governor, Lieutenant Governor,
Stato Treasurer, Attorney General, two
Supremo Judge, ono member of State
Hoard of Public Works, and tho Legis
laturo that will elect the successor to
John Sherman iu tho United States
Senate. A voto was also taken npon
four amendments to tlio Constitution
pf tho State, three of which rclato to
changing tho Stato election from Octo
ber to November and ono to changing
tho term of offlco for township trustees.
Tho returns itidicato tho success of tho
Republican Stato ticketby about 18,000
majority and tho election of a Repub
lican Legislature. Tho republican ma
jnrity is probably not more thbti liulf
that given for Maine last year. A re
publican stato has gono republican and
it cannot bo considered as a democra
tic reverse, though from tho general
situation of politics in that stato there
was some reason to hope for democratic
Revocation of Licenses-
On tho trial of the case of Com. va
Georgo Vcrner, at --his (September)
term, it appeared from tlio testimony
of Michael Garran tho prosccntor, of
Georco Vcrner tlio defendant, and of
Patrick Gcraty and John Brcnnan two
of tho witnesses for tho commonwealth,
that Andrew C. Roouey and W. J.
Sweenov of Centralia had, on tho
20th September, 1885, being Sunday,
furnished them liquor (brandy and
porter at Roonoy's, beer and perhaps
Homctlnncr stronger atawoenoy a) which
thov drank on tho premises and for
which the Hungarian (Garran) paid.
Upon its own motion, tho court
granted a rule upon tho licensees nam
ed, rcturnablo on Saturday 10th inst,
at 10 o'clock in the morning, to bIiow
cause why their licenses should not bo
revoked; requiring (in tho rule) a sufli
cicnt denial of tho facts abovo stated
o satisfy the court that they wero un
true, or else they should bo taken
At tho hour appointed lor tho re
turn of tho rulc,Sweoney did not appear;
and counsel lor Kooney did not pre
sent any ovidence, although he raado a
statement, saving inter alia that
Rooncy was not perfectly acquainted
with tho law.
Tho court, revoking both licenses,
If any person who lias a Iiconso is
so ignorant of tho law that ho does
not Know that he has no right to sell
liquors on Sunday, ho is not a tit man
to hold a liceusefbut no such excuse
can bo mado by any man, becauso tho
publio is too well informed upon tho
subject lor anybody to attempt to im
pose upon the court by an alleged lack
of koowledgo on his part. At any
ratc.if wo believed that any person was
so ignorant of his duties in that res
pect, wo would withold from him a
licenso in tlio first placo ; and would
revoko it alter wo aad given it, on
proof of such ignoranco afterwards
In theso two cases there was a pal
pable violation of the law, provod be
yond question and quite openly done.
Theio is no course left for us (and it
is a duty that wo perform without auy
compunction at all) but to revoko these
licenses, which wo now do."
Tho following orders were thou
mado by the Court :
In tho matter of Rulo on W. J.
Swcenoy to show causo why his Res
taurant license shall not bo revoked.
And now Oct. 10, 1885, it appear
ing that the said W. J. Swcenoy has
been duly served with a copy of tlio
rule in this case, and ho declining to
answer thereto, and it having appear
ed by the testimony of tho witnesses
and also of that of tho respondent in
open court, that ho did, on Sunday tho
20t.li day of September laat, sell in
toxicating drinks to several persons,tliis
rulo is therefore made absolute1, and
tho licenbo granted to tho said W. J'
Sweeney on tho 4th day of May last,
to keep a restaurant or eating house in
the Borough of Centralia is hereby
revoked. I5v Tub Couut.
In tho matter of Rulo on Andrew C.
Roonoy to show cause why tho licenso
shall not bo revoked.
And now Oct. 10, 1885, it appear
ing that tho said Androw O. Hooner
has been duly served with a copy of
tho rulo iu this case, and ho declining
to file any answer thereto, and it hav
ing appeared by tho testimony of sev
eral witnesses in open Court that ho
did, on Sunday tho 20th day of Sept
ember last, at bis saloon in tho Bor
ough of Centralia,sell to diverse pet sons
brandy nnd other intoxicating drinks
this rulo is therefore made absolute,
and tho licenso granted to tho said
Andrew 0. Rooney on tho -1th day of
May last to keep a Restaurant or Kating
houso in said Borough is hereby re
voked. By Tub Couut.
Why Thly Frotest.
Ileforo the nomination of Quay tho
Philadelphia Press and other Repub
lican newspapers distinctly warned tho
party of the probable consequences.
They informed tho lung managers
that self-respecting Uepublioane, how
ever strong in their partisanship could
not bo expected to yoto for a man of
bu antecedents and reputation.
They asked, "What aio conscientious
Republicans to say iu defense, when
men point to the jobbery and corrupt
ion of tho old Stato Ring,to tlio shame
less plunder of tlio stato treasury und
er Kcinble, Mackey and Quay, to tho
railroad schemes to rob tho sinking
fund, and to keep tho people iu tho
shackles of monopoly, to tho Riot Bill
villany, and to tho infamous pardon of
tlio convicted criminals i an oi which
aro represented by Quay, who is avow
cilly nominated because ho does repres
ent them '
ThW is substantially what was said
by tlio better class of Republican jour
nals before tho nomination. They did
not particularly develop theso mon
strous scandals becauso thoy wero mat
ters of history and general notoriety.
But tho old managers of tho Treas
urv Ring and tho railroad lobby paid
no attention to tho J'ress and its coad
jutors. Thoy declared that tho peoplo
wero tired of hour-sty and economy and
decency in oflicial lito ; that tho masses
of the Republican party sighed for a
complete reinstatement of tho Riug
THE COLUMBIAN AND
bosses nnd would bo satisfied with
nothing less than tho nomination of
tlio most disreputable of tho lot ) that
thoy wanted machiuo rule, machlno
methods and all that thoy imply, in
cluding tho morals of tho Riot Bill
cntcrpriso and of tho Quay pardon
board t and thov particularly desire an
eminent oxamplar tf "addition, divis
ion and sllcnco" at tho head of tho
treasury, so as to rovivo tho old system
of plunder in alt its ancient perfection.
Thoy had their way, They nomin
ated Quay in spito of tho avnlatioho of
protests, and, to bo entirely consistent,
tho oommittco on resolutions sot down
heavily and incontinently npon Senator
Emery's mild little anti-discrimination
resolution, thus giving duo nolico that
tho Republican party was formally
committed to railroad monopoly as well
as to oflicial profligacy.
And now what aro tho peoplo going
to do about it T When Win' M. Tweed,
with insolenco no "renter, asked this
question, Samuel J. Tilden, Charles
O'Conor and tho tax payers of New
York, without distinction of party, fur
nished him an unexpected answer.
And now tho Independent Republi
cans of Pennsylvania mako nnswer to
Quay's campaign manager with tho
They havo ample causo for their act
ion. Good Times Doming.
"Jivcry legitimate ejf'ort of labor to
better iu condition, enhance its re
wards and protect its rights, com
mands the sympathy and support of
the Democratic party. The importa
tion under contract of foreign pauper
labor is an evil which should be rem
edied by judicious legislation." -From
tho Pennsylvania Dkmochatio
Last Fall tho Republican croakers
went up and down tho Stato of Penn
sylvania predicting diro results to bus
iness and labor if Cleveland was
At that timo nil- business was de
pressed, investments unprofitable and
labor ill-rewarded as tho results of 24
years of Republican misrule, extrava
gance and corruption.
Cleveland was elected. His admin
istration is barely six months old.
What aro tho results! Read tho testi
mony of Republican nowspapers.
Tho Lancaster New .' sajs (soo
its leading editorial, Sept. 15, 1885):
"SIONS OP UETTKIl TIMES.
"Tho financial circular of Henry
Clews & Co. for tho present mouth re
gards it as a reasonable and safo con
clusion that the recent marked im
provement in tho price of securities be
tokens a general improvement in the
business of the Metropolis and the
country at large. Judging from ordi
nary experienc! Btioh a recovery was to
bo expected about this time. It is true
that the depression following the pan
ic of 1873 lasted Jive years, but it is
to bo reniumbcrcd that tho panio o(
1873 was ono of extraordinary vio
lence and required an unprecedented
period for the adjustment of its effects,
whilst tho recent depression has been
duo to less radical derangements and
therefore needed a much briefer period
for its process of repair. Facts, how
over, aro superior to inference, and
thoy show beyond question a very de
cided improvement in business from
the Ht. Lawrence to the Gulf and the
"Messrs. Clews fc Co. assure us that
the recovery is apparent in a better de
mand for products of every class,and
is the beginning of a gradual but ev
idently renuin advance in prices.
J2ven the iron trade, which has been
most severely depressed and is con
ceded to be one of the safest indicators
of business at large, la now working
on orders that insure employment for
months ahead. Tho reports of com
mercial travelers to their firms at tho
centres of trade indicato a general re
covery of demand and an end of wait
ing for lower prices. Alto
gether, the financial and business out
look is quite encouraging."
$10,000 lor Breach of Promise-
A YOUNG Oini. OET3 A VERDICT AOA1NST
A VKNNSYI.VANIA BIIKUIhT Of
Dushore is a pretty littlo town
among tho Blue Rulgo Mountains, in
Sullivan county. For some weeks tho
people for miles around havo been dis
cussing a breach of promiso case tried
beforo tho county court, nolli parties
are well known iu Laporto and tho ad
jaceul towns. Ono is a girl of 23 and
tho other is a man of 70, the sheriff of
the county. Miss Arabella Keutncr is
a brunclto of vivacious manners and
has been considered tho bello of La
porto. Lewis Zaner, tho Sheriff, has
resided in tho county for 57 years.
Miss Kentner has resided in Dushoro
all her life. After she began to go in
to Bociety Lewis Zauer was very atten
tivo to her, and when his wife died, in
August, 1884, Zinor commenced to
pay her the closest attention and finally
asked her to marry him, promising to
give her 20,000, it is alh-gcd. Miss
ICentner accepted the offer. Zmcr
went to Miss Kentner ono evening, it
is Baid, and told her ho could not marry
her in Dushore, as ho win afraid of the
interference of relatives, but if she
would go West ho would meet hor and
they would bo married. Ho would
give her money to buy wedding clothes
and enough to tako her to Detroit, and
ho was to follow. Miss Kentner ar
rived in Detroit, but failed to get any
reply from Zaner, although sho wroto
to him sovpral times.
On the stand sho told a pitiful story
of being left destitute in a strange
city and said sho reached home at last
only to find that Lewis aner had mar
ried another girl. Miss Kentner im
mediately Bought tho counsel of a law
yer and tho case was brought up beforo
arbitrators and was brought to
trial on Monday of last week. Mies
Kentrer Bued .aner lor !2ii,utu dam
ages. Zaner tried to prove that Mis?
Kentner was not of good character,
but hosts of witnesses testified to tho
contrary. Miss Kentuer's mother is
poor but very respectable. Tho minis
ter of tho church which Miss Kentner
attended. Rev. G. L. Bursou, gave tea
timony in tho case. Witnesses Raid
that Zauer had borno a bad reputation.
Tho jury returned a verdict in Miss
I.- ...'.. t ...... i,. iwi mm
Tho "shark" is a detcstablo creaturo
whether found on laud or sea. Last
week a certain country merchant gavo
us ins experienco in ms encounter wuu
ono in tho following words as nearly
as wo recollect ilium. "Ono day a man
drove up to my store, tied his horso,
camo in and inquired whether I had
now ooal oil lamps. "Yes sir, said 1.
"Let mo seo one, said he. Ilnud
ing him one, ho put another burner on
it. tilled it with oil, lit it, and said,
"what do you think of that t "Per
fectly splendid," Bald I. "This oil"
said be, "is superior to nil ordinary
coal oils, burns as long again and
nukes a much hotter light." llo then
proposed to sell a township right nnd
reotpo for making tho oil for $50,
which would oost mo only 14 cts por
gallon, or if ho furnished mo with tho
oil 20 cts per gallon which I could sell
for 50 or GO cts per gallon. Seeing
that someone would certainly buy the
light I offered $25, which ho accepted
and tho terms wero stipulated and clos
ed. Ho gave hisnamo,and Pittston as his
placo of manufacturo and resldonco
And also tho namo of a druggist, in
Philadelphia who kept tho ingredients
of Raid oil. "To inlroduco this oil"
said he, "keep your lamp burning all
day and evening for two weeks and
call tho Rpociat attention of your cus
tomers to its superiority and cheapness"
which I did and at tho end of that tltno
ho would furnish mo with a supply.
At tho end of two weeks persons frem
nil over tho township came with cans,
oager for tho now oil, but no supply
came, I wroto to him, bnt received no
answer, wroto ngain, no answer, I then
wroto to tho P. M. at Pittston and in
quired whether such a person manu
facturing a certain oil lived at that
111 ace, tho P. M wroto nnd said that ho
:now nothing of such n person or oil.
I then wroto to tho druggist at Phila
delphia to forward tho ingredients neo
cssary for tho manufacturo of the oil,
and ho replied that ho did not know of
nny such ingredients nor what they
were. Thus you see tho result of a
sharp and disgraceful trick.
Asimiliar caso occurred in our neigh
borhood not many years ago when a
sharper stopped with an aged and un
suspecting ' neighbor and offered a
lottery ticket for 818 which would oer
tai nly draw a sewing machine, and in
all probability (wo think) an Estoy
organ. Tho ticket was bought, and ai
a certain (not distant) dato theBO arti
cles would bo shipped to Berwick in
caro of . Tho neighbor sent
a man and conveyance after the article
in question, but when ho arrived at
tho placo of their ox peeled destination
thero was neither machine, organ, man,
or anything else of tho kind. No ono
at Berwick knew of nny such person
who had thus misrepresented himsolf
and deceived and robbed our neighbor,
It is of tlio greatest importance that
ovory person of honest propensities
keep a sharp lookout and avoid these
scamps, thieves and cut throats who
infest tho country aud occasionally en
trap tho unwary.
Tho Fair attracted a largo orowd on
Friday and Saturday. Wo became
more aud more conviccd that gambling
should bo excluded from vuf Fairs. If
for nothing olso wo bolievo that tho
example is demoralizing in the ex
treme. It successfully teaches that a
living can bo mado without honest
labor, or effort, or without rendering
an equivalent for ill gotten gain. Tho
general tendency of the rising gen
eration is to ovado and shirk labor and
compromise: with a livelihood on tho
most easy terms, whether honorable or
not. The public attention will sooner
or later bo forcibly drawn to this fact
by actual necessity, more than as a
iiieio matter of fact.
From our ltogular Correspondent.
Washington. D. C, Oct. 14,
Congress will nsscmblo in six weeks
and the election of a speaker and tho
organization of tho Committees will
probably bo accomplished with less
trouble than at any previous congress
for thirty years. Mr. Carlisle will bo
elected without opposition, and, I have
no doubt, has already on paper tho ar
rangement of the principal committees.
There is no reason why congress
should not transact cousiderablo busi
ncss before Christmas. If it shall suc
ceed iu getting a good start it will have
timo for more deliberation and debate
on tho appropriation bilU. Tho ap
propriations to bo asked for by tlio
different Cabinet officers will be con
siderably less than has been asked by
previous Kepublicau administrations.
Much has been accomplished in the
direction of economy ; useless employ
es havo beco discharged, leaks have
been stopped, nnd thousands ot dollars
havo been saved in every Department.
Thero is no reison why tlio debates on
tho appropriation bills should cousumo
moro than two or throo days each.
Heretofore they have been protracted
for a week or muro aud then hurried
through half mado up iu tiio closing
days of the session. Tho delay iu tho
passage of tho bills has been on ac
count of democratio opposition to their
extravagance and tho jobs with which
thoy wero loaded. But tho Republi
can minority iu tho lower houso can
not, without stultifying themselves,
oppose tho coming appropriations, for
they will bo lor smaller amounts mail
thoy havo often advocated aud voted
All signs point to a Binooth, business-
like session, as far as tho lower houso
is concerned. Thero is probability of con
sidcrablo agitation of tho tariff ques
tion, aud possibility ot surprises in tlio
springing of new issues. Tho Chinese
question is still unsettled, and the labor
question in its different phases is sure
to come up for discussion.
The Senate will, in all probability,
bo a centre of greater interest at tlio
Capitol than tho House. Sovoral Bour
bon bunators havo recently shown their
incapacity to learn or forget. Tho
delirium Shermans has alse a firm hold
on Logan and Hoar. They will doubt
less rave and rumblo iu tho Senate
this winter. Not even timo can
teach old Senators now tricks.
Tho Republican party is absolutely
without an issue. Sherman and h'.s
Imitators know that tho old sectional
bloody shirt romance is moro easily re.
hashed mid is more convenient for
their party than tho hopeless task of
defending its long record of olliuial
rottenness and corruption.
Tho oven and conservative policy of
tho President has left tho Republicans
without even tho semblance of ground
for objection and has absolutely forced
them to tako, up again tlio bloody
Tho President and his Cabinet afford
but littlo material now for newspaper
gossip. They aro ceaseless in tluir
application to their special duties, and
arc giving all their spare timo to tho
preparation of their annual reports.
President Cleveland's candor is re
markable to say the least, and it is now
at tho White House. Hayes was sniff
ling nun liisnvero : uartield was a
gusher, profuse iu promises ; Arthur
was dignified and exclusive, but Clove-
land is what some havo called "brut
ally candid." During tho last week
several delegations havo boon told that
it was useless for them to visit tho
White House as their wishes could not
bo complied with, nnd a committee of
Dakota democrats wero very bluntly
inforuiid that a man whom thoy aamo
to oppoeo would receive tho appoint
ment ho sought. But tho most remark'
able illustration of tho President's can
dor is found iu tho correspondence
that has just been published, legarding
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURO, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
tho tclcpliouo suit.
Under previous administrations such
a tnlstako as tho Department of Jusllco
was led into would havo bocn correct
ed without publiolty or buried in si
lenoo, but tho President not only ro
quired tho Attornoy-Gcnoral and his
solicitor to reconsider their notion but
gnvo tho correspondence about it to
tho press. Thero is Bomothing to ad
mlro in this aot of his, as well as in
tho promptness with whioh Mr. Gar
land nnd Mr. Goodo assented to his
wishes, but thoy will receive no credit
from tho partisan papers, '.vhloh arc
always on tho alort for subjects of
criticism, but never seo anything to
Flood Kook Exploded.
On Saturday last at a littlo after
eleven o'clock the explosion of Flood
Rock in tho Now York harbor took
place. In 1800 General Newton con
ceived tho idea of blowing up tho rocks
in tho harbor and immediately began
tho work. On tho 24th of September
1870 ho was ready to try his first work
of exploding tho rocks. Tho explos
ion was made by electricity, nnd n
littlo daughter of General Newton's,
then but two years old, pushed tho key
nnd sent tho mighty rocks asunder.
So Buccesful was it that work was
begun on Flood Rock nnd has been
progressing steadily. Two shafts wero
sunk and then tunneling was begun in
nil directions. Eighty thousand cubic
yards of rock were taken out lo make
tho 21,000 feet of galleiics, leaving
275,000 cubio yards to bo disposed of
by Saturday's explosion. Tho rock
was irregular and ba lly fissured and it
was delicate work to drive tho headings.
In places both roof and sides had to
bo supported by limbers. Another
dillioulty was to keep tho tnino froo
from water, which trioklcd in at various
fissures. Rackarock, a comparatively
now explosive of tho dynamite order,
was principally used "in the form
of cartridges. Nearly 225,000
pounds of this compound wero
used, with 50,000 or 00,000
pounds of dynamite. Each cylinder
containing tho explosivo wns water
tight. In tho works at Hallctt's Point,
out of 4,500 cartridges all but 800 wero
fired by direct ignition througli tho
agency of a platinum wiro heated red
hot. Tho wiring for tlio samo propor
tion of tho 14,000 cartridges in Flood
Rock would havo been an enormous
job, and less than one-fifth were thus
treated nud exploded by direct ignition,
tho others bcingoxplodcd by sympathy
or concussion. The cartridges fired
by ignition were divided into a score
or two of circuits, tho current for cacli
of which was supplied by a baltory.
Tho circuits were closed by tho action
of an electro magnet under control of
another circuit. Tho action was tho
familiar ono of a number of relay bat
teries in a telegraph office.
General Newton's daughter, now
11 years of age, again touched tho
electrio button, tho current was ro
leased, each man held his breath for a
pailiclo of a second of lime, and be
fore the sixtieth part of tho minute had
been ended Flood Rock was shivered.
Thero was a dull, reverberating report
and then n mighty mass cf water went
up to meet tlio sky. It was a sight
sublime. The water was as white as
purest snow. It went up iu three, big
blocks, each tapering into peaks as it
reached its highest altitude and glis
tening in the sun like molten silver.
The centre peak was a third of an aero
wide at its base and a yard wide at its
greatest height, which seemed ono hun
dred feet. On either sido of it were
two greater blocks of water, which as
cended at least two hundred ftet into
the air and tapered off at tho ends
just liko any mountain lop as seen in
the distance Tho three great sheets
of water seemed to pause a fuw mo
ments when their highest altitude wns
Attained, and then they looked as if
they wero snow capped peaks trans
planted frm tho Sierras. As they
camo down slowly, grandly, solemnly,
as behtted them, iliosun played against
tho glistening sides and depicted ev
ery shade of the rainbow. It was an
entrancing picture. Tho descent of
tho mighty mass ot water took threo
seconds of time, and then tho white
foam was lost in thonngry mud boiling
up from the bowels of tho river's bed.
The seething waters churned up solid
blocks of lock weighing tons apiece
and scut tho surrounding waves rolling
in upon tho laud. 1 licit as tlio rocks
and mud sank from sight a heavy pil
lar of dark cloud shot up. It hail a
sulphurous smell, and those who asked
wero told tliM tho cloud contained all
the noxious gases that had accumulated
in the mine in all tho years since work
wns lirst begun. Then as the cloud
floated up to meet tho sky tho waters
began to sottlu down to their normal
condition, the mist cleared away and
tho last sign of tho mighty blast was
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In cins. Hori. 11 i kino fowdxrCo , inn Wall-SU,
si. i . vet iiwy
Th flrPfttOstt Plirn n Vnli tn I in
rellTt mora qaJckly than inv ctlicr known nm.
itncuinriiittiTi, i,cu raiina,
Hwclllium, PtIU Keck, lirulneB,
Jlunn, HPfUdu, Cuti, I Junta
K, rienrlsy, Homn. lYoft-bltot,
Hciatlea, Wnundi, Jleiulncho,
TootluuhP. HpnUm, f tc l'rico
Sfirta. a bottlo. boM Ivy all
Wlnii-i-l-it- I 'iiutlnn. Thu mn
-"GSrtw u'no .i(,(m Oil 1!om our
ws wr" rejiau ml 'J i nriuarif, iuul otiri
fao-dlmll Ipnatnru. A. UUcyit A Co tktlo
DR.. BULL'S COUGH SYBUP
For the cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarse
ness, Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Whooping CoucJt, Incipient Con
sumption, and f.r the relief of con
sumptive persona i.i advanced starves
of the Disease. Fcr EJlaLytU Drug-,
gists. Price, 25 cents.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
. "Orrll.',0!itn,Sci. 10. I8S2.
COLDi. "Having 1-iii Mil.jcct ton bran
tlilal nlTi-i-thin, with frequent
il.N, for it iitiniln r t if jinrn, 1 beroby ccr
tity Unit Akii' (Jiii.kiiv I'ixtoiui. gives
urn prompt r.-lli f, nn.l la the moat cUectlvo
runuily 1 have i v r tried.
J ami h A. Hamilton,
Killtor of The Ortteenl."
" Mt. Olload, Ohio, ,luno en, IW.
GQUGHS, " 1 ll!'0 "'d Aviiii'h Cnutuv
l'l:nimu. tliU irlliR for a so-Mr.-
rough arid Iiink trouble with coM
i-IU'i-t, and I am ptcn-eil to recommend It
to any olio similarly allccled.
l'roprli lor (llobo Hotel."
Dr. J. C.Aycr&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by nil Druiit'lsta
WAITED ofi SflAR,Y
IIXPKNSEI I'.MI) :-Salem?n for tho Hooker
Nupterlei Ij.tnbllsheil I85. All tho newest, and
best sorts ot mill and ornainent.il trees, vines, Ac.
Send tor Terms.
IKIOKUIl COM VAN Y.
Ilochi-sler, N. Y.
With Itanover'8 Tailor System you can cut Dresses
to lit, without oral liiitruelloiH. Dress-makers
pronounce It perfect. I'rloc tor System llook and
Double Tracint Wheel, in so.
A System, Book and Wheel 111 bo sent on reeelpt
JOHN C. HANOVUIt, Cincinnati, a
Sept 25-4 w
What 1a tbo U60 of aufferinff with Enckoclio,
Fain In tho Bidoorltlp, Sciatica. Rheumatism,
Kidney Discaaoo, Criok, BtitcUcn, Swollen and
trl cd MuHclea, Chest and Lunc troubles, ex any
ortof pain or corcnoco, cither loealordocp
acatedwhcnallop tlactrr will ctvo iottant
relief P Treparcdfwm turc-uudyritth, Ci.ua
del Salaam, und tho pain-killing virtues ofE
Hop. Tho best sire u t then Intf planter oer I
known. Thousands say so. ColdbyaUdealera,
Msilod on receiptor prioo, 25e., 6 iorl OO.
HOP PIASTEIl COMPANY, Boston, Uiiso.
Ae, Thoutandi $oJd in the Wett. So urwer can af
ford to be without it. Uoukut uoKNku ihji:
U I the twst woik of the kind I tier taw.'
Price : cloth, $5 leather, 9A.?ft Hnt prepaid.
Agent Wanted. Exclaiive Torritory Given.
Knickerbocker Nuliscrlpllon Agency,
V. O. Box tfJO, 134 Hit i tit., N-v Youx.
net !Mv r
( rial all r.rt
Sit-let. Iji. to
ORGAN AND PIANO GO.
1 64 Trcmont St..Boiton. 46 1!. 14th St. (Union So,.),
N.r. 149 Wttiitli Aie.,Chlcigo.
Oct 9.4w nltl
Foil WO.MKN orfers superior couraos of study In
Collene, lleetle, and 1'ieparatory Depaitments;
also In Mualo and Art. Healed by ntoam and fur
nbdied n 1th an (levator. Addict!
A. W, COWLKS, II. 11., Klmira, N. V,
Oct. S-lw d
E. B. 8R0WEK
GAS FITTING A: STEAM HKATJNG.
All kimln of work in Sheet Iron, Roof
ing nml Snouting jtromjitly
irbtrtctauentloni,'lven to beating by steam.
Corner of Main & East Sts.,
K9TATU OKJOSEHI KI.1NK, llCCKiSBII.
Ixtlcrs u-stamentary on tho estaloof Joseph
KUue, laluotMt, Pleasant lommhlp, Columbia
county, I'enii.sjlvunln, decoasod have been want
ed by tho lliuliterof said county to the Uhdf
slisuedomulur. AI) persons Iml!ii'cl!iliu4ai;alhbt
tho estate of said decedent are requested to pro
sent them forsettleiueut and thoso Indebted to
the estate to inaku pajmeut toluo undersigned
JOSKI'H cilAWlDltli, oranijcvlllo, I'a.
(I. M. KUNK, caubjr.fa.
Hept. II Ktccutors.
mason Ham n
??. K'J 'i t m r a
t2t'XaS I "" tm'.-'B
"' T fT Vl I'ltllU (Jit llltt
liy tlrtuo ot a writ of Vend. Kt. lasuodout of tbo
Court of Common Pleas of t'otumbla county and
to mo directed will boojposod to publio ialint
the O ourt llous; In Illoomsburg, on
Saturday, Oct, 31st, 1885,
at S o'clock p. in., all that certain plcco or parcel
of land situate In Main town-hip, Coluinb la coun
ty and Mate of Pennsylvania, bounded nnd descri
bed as follows, to-wlt I On tlio north by landi of
Aaron Miller and 1). S. Ilrown.on thocait by lands
of V. 1". drover, on tbo south by a publio road,
leading from Mnlntlllo to Mirtllnvlllo and on tbo
west by lands ot N. It. W, Ilrown.contalnlng clgh
ty.two aore, moro or lew wli timi are erected n
two story stone homo, bin barn, wajon shed
ALSO, Alt that certain pleea or parcel olland
sltuato In said twp. ot Main, county nnd stnto
aforesaid, bounded on the north by lands ot Kman.
uel Stauwr, on tho oast by lands of Aaron Miller
nnd publio road, on the south by lands of 1). H.
Ilrown nud Jacob llrown.and on the west by lands
of llenjamln Nuss, Win. Mcnsinger and James
Kccfer, containing ono hundred nnd two acres
moro or less, wneieon are erected a framo d oiling
bouse, bank barn and outbuildings.
AI.SO, Ono other pleco or parcel of land sltuato
In twp., county and stnto ntoresald, bounded on
tho north nnd east by lands of 1'lereo drover on tho
south by lands formerly of Henry d. Miller's
heirs and on tho west by land! ot Jacob Brown,
containing twenty acres inoiuor less of timber
ALSO, A certain plantation or tract of land sit
uate InMirtlln twp., county and Btato aforesaid,
bounded and described as follows I On tho north
by lots of Albert Millard, and lands formerly of
Samuel Creasy, on tbo east by Itaeo street of said
vlllago ot Minilnvlllo, on the south by lot of Win.
Eckroth, nnd Samuel Creasy and on tho west by
Kalrstreet of said tillage, containing four acres
ot land more or less, being lot No. las dcslgn.it-
In orphans' Court Sale,
Seized, taken Into execution nt the suit of J. V.
John and S. Knorr Hxr's. of Htncy John deceased,
vs. David S. Ilrown and to bo sold ns tho property
of llavld S. Ilrown. JOHN MOUUKV,
Vend. l'.x. .Sheriff.
A MKNiMWNT OF CHANTER OP
A.T1IU t'OM'MlltA COl'NTV AniitClTI.TtJH
AU IIOItTICl'LTUItAt, AND MECHANICAL AS-
Notice Is hereby glten tli.it application has been
mado to the Com t of common Pleas of Columbia
county for leave to amend the charter of tho nbovo
named corporation, under tho Act of Assembly ot
jy April, isi 1, ns ronows: ny nn nuuition u Ar
ticle 3 of lite sections providing that tbo Initiation
ree of new members shall bu o.dd on or before lie.
ccmberlst: proWding for perietual membership;
providing lor ceriuie.ues oi perpetual meiiioersmp
and their transfer; inemlvrs In arrears not enti
tle 1 to membership ticket for current ear. Ar
tlclosls soninended nsto mako tho Treasurer n
member of the Executive Conimltteo.nnd provides
for tbo appointment of nn Auditing committee.
Article? provides that all salarl s and pay of oni
ccra shall bo ilxed annually by the society, Ar
tlclo 8 changes tho time of bo'dlngthe annual
meeting to January. Article lit changes a quorum
from IS toss. Artlcloll authorizes the Associa
tion to hold real estate. It no sunielent reason bo
shown to tho contrary, theso amendments wilt bo
allowed by tho court ontholOlh day of next No-
11. V. WHITE, FHEAS FOWLEIt,
AGENTS WANTED MS
"Spy op the R ebellion."
NowueltiD liy tliti Jea$ t thvutandt I lNoconipclN
tlon. OnlytHtoVoflUklml. Tbo'SPYHrovcJa
mauy tecrrti of the war never boforo published, A
I'raittilo account of tbo conspiracy to asanas Ina to
Ijinculn. Perilous) cxpojieurpi of our Teuebal
HpiEd lu tlio Kobe I Capitol; their hrrolo Lrtvory
fully rocouutoil la tbcuo lU etches. Tho
Spy" is tho moat thiilllnfr war book
over publUhod rndoredl by hundreds of
PrchB uud A Ron t a' tcstlmoniila. A largo Land.
boujo book, fe(3 papes; 0 illustrations.
AOENTS 1 Tbfd book 1m out telling all others.
Over onehumtrtil thoutarul anpl Icatlons for agencies
havo boeu rwelvcd. W'a liuvo many agents who
have sold from ttva to ftv& hundred coj-itt.
AB-TUo "SPY" ii told only by our
A irent st and rati vot bo found lu books tores.
HolU to mm bantu, funncm, mechanics, and every'
IWy. Absolutely the easitst book to tell evtr
Inotcitt W'o vautatinacrrntin every Grand Army
Pout hi id infviry towmdiip and comity In tboU.H,
IV) r full pnrttculiini and (emu tit ayentt add reus
O.W.CAKLiri'ON i; CO.,PuUi8her,Neworfc
I. JOHN MOUItra, miru SUerlfT Of CO-
lumuucuuiiiy, i;ornmunwcaiui or rcnnsyivanm,
do hereby uuko known and nroclaim to thonuall-
iled eU'etursH ot Columbia county that u general
I'lt'i-uuu win uu ni'iii un
Tuesday, November 3 '85
belni; tho Tuesday next rollowlnir tho lirst Jlon
daynr s.ild month) fur the purpose ot electing fho
hoi-i.ii pel t hi iicreiimuer imiueii, ui-wii:
Onoperbon for 'irensuier or l-ennsylvanla.
Ono nerson for .sherirt ot Columbia county.
Ono person for District Attorney of Columbia
ono person for Coroner ot Columbia county.
Two peisons for Jury Commissioners of Colum
I also hereby mike known and give notice that
tho nUeea of IioMIiil' tho aforesaid election In the
several wards, hordiiKlis, districts and townships
within the countv ot Columbia aro as tullows, viz:
Hearer townsh'p, at tho public house ot l'ottcr
lienton township, at tho public nouso of Hiram
Hess, In the town ot lienton.
Hast llloom, at Ihu Court House, lu llloomsburff.
West llluum, at the court House, In Hloomsuuri,'.
Kasl llerwlck, at tho little onleo of Jackson X
Woodln In tho borough ot 11. nWck.
eat llerwlck, at tbo onleo ot W. J. Knorr, lu
ilie uuruuKU ui jternits,
liorough of Centralia, nt tho public house of Wil
lirl.ucieck township, at the public school bouse
near j-.vans inc.
Catawlssa township, nt tho public houso of W
Centre township, at tho school houso near Lnfay.
North couyngham District, at tho school bouse
near mo comery oi junu Auuerson s co.
South Cunyui;ham District, at tbo liutisu of Mrs
risldugcreel; township, at tho school house near
u. ii. line s.
Franklin township, at tho Lawrence schoo
(Heenwood township, nt tho houso of I. D
Hemlock township, at tbo public houso ot Clus.
ll. inciicricii, in me town or iiiick norn.
Jacksuii tuwiishlu. nt the house of Hzeklel cole.
Ujust tuwnslili), at tho public house of Daniel
uuorr, iu 4iiiueoia.
Mlilllu Unrushlp, at tho public house ot Aaron
Hess, lu the town of llll!llnlllc.
Madison township, ut tho publio school house
.mi. ricasaui townsmp, at tuo .Miueriown school
Montour township, at tho publio houso of
.Main township, at tho public houso of Jeremiah
1'oarlugcieet township, nt tbo houso of Samuel
orango township, at 0. llockman's hotel In Or.
I'ine township, at tbo Centre school Houso,
sugarloaf township, ut tho houso of Norman
West Scott at tbo publio houso of It Falrman
liast seolt township, nt tho public houso ot
Jacob .Miller, In Kspy.
At all elections hereafter held under tho laws of
this commonwealth, the election polls- shall be
uitcncu in ccnociocK in ino lurenoou, ana
shall continue open without Interrupllou ur ad
journment until seven o'clock In tho evening when
inu puns n in uu nuauu..
NOTIOK IS IIliKKIlYaiVKX.
That every person excepting Justices of the
I'eacu and Aldermen, Notaries 1'ubllo uud Tor
sous In tho nillllU sen Ice of I ho state, who
shall bold or shall within two mouths baohcld
any onleo or uppolntiueiit of piont or trust undur
inu iirneu M.ucs, oroi iui.s niaie,anu ciiyor
corporateil district, whelluT a commissioned
oilleer or utuerwtsv, a subordinate oilleer or agent
who Is or shall bu emnloied under thu LcL'lsla.
ture, Keeutlvo or Judiciary Depurtiuent of this
Slate, or ot nny city or of auy lucoriwraltd dis
trict, und also, that every member of congress
uud of tlio State legislature, and ot thu select
or common council of any city, or commissioners
ot any Incorporated district, uie by lawlncapable
of holding or exercising at thu same llinu Iho
ortlco or uppolntment of J udge, Inspector or clei Ic
of nny election of this commonwealth, au I mat
llo inspector, uuuku oroiuer oiucer oi sucn elec
tion shall bu ellL-lbluto be then voted for.
Tho Insnectors and Judiru of thu elections shall
meet at Iho rcspcrtivo places appointed for
Homing tuo eieciiou in inu uisinci 10 vviucuiiiey
n-spuitlvvly beloug. beforo seven o'clock lu I he
inornlni!. und cuill of said llisnectDrs shall an.
IHjliil one clerk, who shall bu a iiujlliled voter of
Thu uualliled voters of tbo several districts In
tills county ut all general, township Iwrough and
special elections, are hereby hereafter author.
l7cduml reiiulied to voto by tickets printed or
written, or partly priuieu uuu purity vvniien,
severally classliled as follows i One ticket shall
embrace thu names of all Judges of Courts votod
for, and labelled, outside, "Judiciary!" ono
ticket shall embrace the names of all tho State
olllcers v oted for und to bo labelled "Slate;" one
ticket shall embratuthu names of all county
officers voted for, Including tho onleo of Senator,
and Members of Assembly, If voted for, una
members ot congress, It vcled for, and bo label
led "County i" one ticket stall embrace thu names
of all township olllcers voted tor, and lu labelled
"Township; 1 one ticket shall emoraco the names
of all borough officers voted for, nud bu labelled
And each class bhallbo deposited lnwpar.Uo
ballot boics. JOHN MUl'IIKY,
Tills noted Specialist of Hcrniiton. Is tlio
only specialist tills slilo of Now York, l'lill
ntlciplilrt nnd DtilTnlo vvlio makes nn oxclii.
slvo specialty of treating chronic, long
stnnillng nml lingering diseases to wlilcii
mnnniiil vvomnnkliitl nro subject, sucliris
Consiimntlon, llroncliml nITcctlons, Hcrnfn
In, Salt.Hlicilin, Loss of JUnlinoil.Sklii tils,
cases, HlicntnntUm, Ulcers, Olil Bores, Epi
lepsy, Syidillls, Deafness, Loss of Voice,
Clironlo f)iiirrli(i'n,Clillls ami Foyer, Worms,
liWer complaint, Cancers, Tumors, Paraly
sis, Tnpo worm, Ilcnrt disease, &C, &c,
iHTFenialo diseases a specialty.
No matter linvv Ions you liavo been suf
fering nor how many Doctors you Imy.ecni
ployed in vnln, you should npply to'' Hit.
Mc I'.viHUliT at once, when lie will tell til'
rcctly without holding out falso hopes
whether your disease Is strlclly curablo or
enn only he relieved.
lie owes his wldo reputation for tho suc
cessful treatment of nil llngciliig or chronic
diseases to experience nnd close applica
tion for over SU ycuis, nnd to no miraculous
WHAT TUB l'APXIt.4 SV I
"Ho Is skillful hnnpit. eiilrlent. unrlirht and re
liable and Vvell worthy of (he peopl-'s wmildeneo
nndesleein. Hoalvvavs stysexactly what ho
means and means exactly what he stys." scran
"llo Is too useful a man to lose," Lackawanna
Corner Lackawanna and Washington Arcnnes.
Wheat per bushel
Hvc " "
,8j lo 00
r, oo it o oo
Corn " "
Oats " "
Flour per barrel
Bides nnd shoulders
i.uni per pound
liny per ton
Hides pur Hi
Vcnl skins per lb
Wool per lb
CoAI. ON WlIAItF,
No 0 2.00; Nos 4 & 5 $3.2.)
r, to 7
FEi:i)- Western winter bran, spot, 1 1.M (3 15.
Spring KI.T5W 14.25.
VUiUlL Western extra's 3 oo a xsjj l'ennn
family, 4.no n is; Ohio clear, 4.21; wlutor
patent 5.00 & t.SO; l'enna. roller process t.3"
WHRAT Pennsylvania red, No. I, tt)v.
OATS. NO. 3 vvhlto ( 31 NO. S, 8W
1IAV AND STHAW Timothy uholeo Western
and New York, 15. oliM fair to good Western nnd
New York, is. a 14. : medium western and New
York, 10. w is. : Cut hay as to quality aa, c 21.
Itye straw 10. Wheat straw. 10. oat straw
Kims. i-cnnsyivania 20 ; western 21.
UUTTElt. Pennsylvania creamery prints 21
Q 25 Western extra aot
LIVK POULTItY. Fowls, 10, mixed lots
roosters old 5.
potatoks, :arly ltoso. m a iiurbnnd. 50
M Oil; onions, 1.05 1.73 per bhl. for yellow, 1.25
M. 3. CL AMU & SON
Having just returned from New York where thoy haveheen
buying up the latest Novelties in both Sttiplo and Fancy goods.
Our stock of Ladies nnd Childrens Cloaks, Coats, Nownmrkets,
Wraps, llussian circulars, show a larger stock and greater varie
ty of styles, over two hundred to select from, prices from 2.50
to $50.00. Our stock of black and colored .Dress Silks was never
so complete, and prices the lowest. We oiler all wool G-4 Ladies
Cloths atGOc. and GOc. uyard,worth nioreti good Tricot G-4 cloth
at SOc. a yard, worth $1.00, it 40 inch all wool Cash mere in black
and colors at SOc. worth (50. Black silk velvets in Plain and Bro
cade, the famous Nonpareil Velveteens in Plain and Brocade,
Black and Colors. Our Flannel Stock is complete, good Ped
twilled llannel 25c. yd. Our Blanket stock is complete, see those
$2.G!3 white blankets per pair worth 3.50. Good Prints 5c. yd.
Canton Flannels nil prices. Our Shawl Stock is large and prices
tho lowest. Our Notion Stock is complete. Columbia Yarns
best made, all colors. Underwear tit the lowest prices. Cash
mere gloves, kid gloves, ribbons, laces, fringes, oco. We invite
ttlL to call and see our stock of Dry Goods,' Notions and Fancy
Goods. Do not fail to seo our Coats and prices.
OLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
S? 5 ir er . ,
Vir-'i.t. --"-;" l
5H?,a applied to the soil, repays its cost many times ovi
1'3S5!!j eouvinccil. Pamphlets with testimonials, etc., f
afi H'crc is no local agent in your vicinity, address
FARMER'S PR00UGE EXCHANGE.
0- W, KITCHEN, MANAGER,
Sn-h Acrpnc; A- c- CREASY, Lime Ridirc, Pa.
bub. Agents, H IIt brov Wglit strcc Pa.
Sept. 1 'Jm
1 ili flfffliiiRL!
All our subscribers avIio will jmy their subscription accounts to
this paper in full to date, and ono year in ad
vance, will bo presented with ono
year's subscription to
A sixtcoii-jiagu Agricultural Miignselni', jmblislie.l by K. A. Huckott, at Fort
Wityuc, Jnjlinna, nti.l winch in rapidly taking iauk as ono of tho len.iing Agii
ciil ural publicatioiis of tlio country. It is devoted exclusively to the interests
oi tlio l armor, htock Hreoder, Dairymnii, Gardener, mid their household, aud
ovcry species of industry connected with that groat portion of tho peoplo of
tho world, the V armor. Tlio subscription juico is ONK DOLLAR 1UU YHAU.
1 ariuers cannot ell got along without it. It puts now ideas into their minds.
It loaches them how to farm with prolit to theuiselvcH, It makes tho homo
happy, tho young folks cheerful, tho growler contented, tho downcast happy,
and tho demagogue holiest,
tar-This Is a very liberal offer and should bo taken advantage of.
Hwelll & Bittonbemder,
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
CONItAD 1). DAY,
DEMOCRATIO COOMTY TI KEt!
t'on nisrittor ATrottNnv,
V. P. HILLMBVUU.
l Olt JUHV CO.M.MISSIONf.lt,
G. W. DKUU,
I'D It OdllONUIt,
1)K. J. M. GWINNIilJ.
I'ASDINO COM MITTKbT
leaver. 0. A. shiiman, Heater Valley.
IteiwicK i;.-i. nower.
Herwlrk W.-V.M. l'ieis
lirbucreek. It. (I. P. Kslilnke, llerwlck,
lienton. Iln ico Carey,
liloomsbtirg lili. lxiwcnberg.
" W.-l'. 1). Dent er.
Catawlss.i.-.1. 11. ltobblns.
centralia. H. 1'. curry.
Ccntic. Samuel lltdley, Light Street.
Conyngham N. Patrick l'ljnn, Centralia.
" s.-Iohn 1'. Hannon, Ashland.
Fhhlngcreek. I. M. Crcvcllng, Van camp.
I'raiiklln. Daniel I oreman, I'emj l.
(irwnwood. .loseph K. Trlbelpl-jce, ltohrsbur,'.
Hemlock. Win. tllrton, lluckhorn.
Jackson. Alexander Knnuse, Waller.
IK'ust. H.irilel .Morris, Numtdin.
Madison. Miles Smith, Jersej town.
Main. IS. S. Itelchart, Mdlnvlllo.
Miniln. D. 11. .Monlgomery.
Monlnur. A. o. Stooge, Hupert.
Mt. Pleasant. A. J. Ikeler, Canby.
orange. calvlii Herring, orangevillo.
I'liio. T. W. Sunes, Sereno,
ltoarlngcreek. David Iinir, Mlllgnive,
scon V. (I. I'. Ilelglnril, Light street.
" l I'. W. IliileKer, Hspy.
Suiarlotf. J. W. l'erry Central.
rim followlnir named persons have been chosen
ns members ot tho Violence Coniuilttce for isss :
llerwlck 1. A. I). Seelcy, 1'reoman Sit:cr, David
Berwick W. (leo. Carey, It. 1.. Kreas, M. I).
llcavcr. ileo. P. Drlesbach, Jesso lilttcuhousc.
lienton. Charles (llbbons, Joseph Cole, Daniel
llilarcreck.-M. A. Smith, II. M. Kvans, oldeon
Michael, A. 11. Croop, Dr. 1. J. Adams.
Centre. 11. A. Sweppenhlser, A, D. Hrader, Levi
Conyngham N. Charles Mcdulre, Frank Woods,
conyngham S. .luhn Melrlnger, 1". Haley, M,
Flshlngcreek. A. 1'. hnpln, Ia'wIs llelsbllne,
MosesMcllenry, W. .1. Kreamer, J, M. Ainmci
man. (Ireenvvood. Wm. lllack. A. J. Dcrr, Wm. Kjcr,
ll. P. Mcllcnry.
Hemlock. Win. Wlntersteen, Simon llclchart,
Iireno Hartinan, 1'. Fotilk.
Jackson. Silas Mcllcnry, Augustus Hverhart
Madlion.-O. H. Fruit, W. S. Smith.
Main. John W. shuman, W, ll. John, George
Montour. John ltodarmel, Win. Trowbridge.
Orange. John Mnsleller, 1). I lViu&t.
Pine. J. It. Fowler, irn C. PurM-ll, Iram l'latt.
Scott K. W. Ii Dlelerlch, T. W. Hartinan, David
seott W A.C. Illdlny, L. M. Kclchncr.
Kugnrlo.it. 1'llas Fill, Noah cole, Wellington
llcss, Joseph Lnrlsh, flcorgo Van fclckel.
"DTn nPIfTT'TJ To Introdtico them
JJlU U i! JJil. wo will glvo nway
ltxii Washing Machines. If you want ono
send us lour name. 1'. o. nml exniessof.
Ileo at once. THE NATIONAL CO.,
21 Dey St., N, Y.
Oct. 2-4 w d
yAINWHiailT Ce CO.,
rKAS, SYHUTS, COFFEE, tiUO Alt, MOL1.SES
HICK, SriCES, BICARB SODA, &C.,&0,
N. K. Corner Second and Arch streets.
ir-jrderjlll rocolvo prompt attentln
ANNUAL SALES, 50,000 TONS.
This old anil reliable Fertilizer, which has been on the market for
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'.""I'-"3-'1 ' ill 111, U ill 111-11, Jill 11 11,
ls a comPIelc manure, rich in all the necessary
anncr who plants ins crops, looking to th
i the money
'SOLUBLE PACIFIC CUANO
cr. 1 ry it, and be
forwarded free. If
(KLIDDEtf A: CURTIS.
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