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0, E, Ehroll, I rider.
A oomct U now visible In tho north
'western sky. It can bo seen about an
hour after sunset.
Tho Mt. Carmel Trotting park As
sociation was formed Monday. Hon.
Terro Snyder was chosen President and
Hcnjamtn Wert, Secretary. Twenty
acres of land between Mt. Carmel and
Shamokln have been leased, and a
largo number of men will bo put to
work at ooco to prcparo tho course.
Tho stockholders aro prominent bus!
liens mon and coal operators, and it Is
Mt Ca me tl o.
oal region this
their intention to make
porting centre of tho coal
m '' 1 I rt
Tho houso in liutto City Montana,
where tho lato wholcsalo counterfeiting
of IT. S. onlna was carried on has been I
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nicoverea. underncatn ino iiouso
was a collar whero tho work was done
and in tho collar has been found an
assavcr's furnaco for melting motal,
plaster of Paris molds for making coins
and an electro plating battery for cov- ed
criue counterfeit cold coins with a film
of cold. Tho only entrance to tho col
lar was through the floor abovo by to-
moving a looso board over whicii tno
cook-stovo stood. Tho flue of tho fur-
nace beneath was connected with tho
stove-pipo and they could always firo
up without Bnspicion. There were
dies for making every kind of coin
from a nickel to a 820 gold piece. Tho
silver coins wore excellent counterfeits,
having the correct weight and right
iinglc, being secured by a proportion
Ul IUU11CU glUHS. I
Some of tho Republican newspapers
are very unreasonable in their determi-
nation not to bo pleased with anything
tho President may do. Ono of them,
for instance, because Mr. Cleveland ap-
'lilies himself so closely to his official
S.i I 1.- 1-U.! ..J U I
mines, minus nu is luuunug uuuci mu
erroneous impression mat me guveru-
mont would have to suspend if it were
not for his exertions. If tho President
did not apply himself closely to busi-
ness the captious critics would do can-
ing mm a urone, ounneir luuu uuuiug
is of but little account to a public ofllc-
mi woo unaersianus ins uuiy uuu uaH
uiu win 10 UU 1U
They complain, whon he removes
Republican office holders, that he is
violating the rules ot civil service
form. When ho does not remove tbein
he is accused of infidelity to hia party.
"Anything to rind tault with is tho
principle ot the nepuDiican press, and
wueu iubv uuu uuu uubuiii uudcu vii
fact they manufacture it out of the
whole cloth. The latest is that Uleve
land is a free trader.
Nanticoke's Groat Tomb.
THE DRILL SHOWS THAT THE FATAL
CIUJinF.K IS FULL. OF WATER.
Thn lout, alimmpr of linnft of ever
manning tho hndip of tho wentv-ix
entombed men and boys in tho fatal
slope at Nanticoke is fast fading away,
rour weeKa ago vne woriw oi anving a
tunnel across tho basin which interven-
od hotwoon tho iranowav and that nart
of the mine where the bodies are buried
was started as a last resort. This was
driven nmty-three feet, and then a drill
hole was driven tho balance ot the dis-
tanne. 71 foot, tlio drill reai!hinr the
fatal chamber Mondav morninrr. When
it was withdrawn a steady and swift
stream of water came from the two
Tho drill was immediately started
again to drive aiiother hole that would
strike near the root ot the tatai chain-
ber. This Is dono in order to ascertain
if it is filied entirely with water. If
such is tbo case then tho Susquehanna
Coal Company will, in all probability,
abandon tlio work, as with this condi-
tion of thincs in the chamber it would
bo impracticable to proceed. And
thus will end the long story ot the
terrible disaster that blackened the
lovs of Christmastide. lRHfi. for tho
miners of the Wyoming coal fields.
The Eloquence of Breckinridge,
touching: extracts tnojt the sit.kcu
01' A NOV KENTUCKY COS
(HtK.S9M.VN. Speaking of difference of opinions
on the tariff not affecting friendship
calls to mind tho passage ot Air. lireck
iuridge's speech on the pension bill, in
which ho spoke ot the great love-he at
ways had for his brothers who fought
on too union smc. i ;tiu iiuu irnii in
spite of this fact, the love between these
brothors remains as strong as between
those who touglil tor the same cause
I ouoto from this remarkablo sueecb
"Ol the two grown men who aro
dearest to me ono served four years in
the Confederate army j one four years
in tho Federal army ; suckled at tho
samo breast, instructed at tho samo
knee, in earlv boyhood becominit raotlb
erless, between tbo threo there is only
confidence and affection. There was
a lourtb, for whom the mother gave
her life, and who seemed to grow up
ihn mni wT in tl witli Im L
that mother dear to all with whom she
nn. n ... ,..,( nt T ,, , I 1 ,1 ,, 1, f
bailie ill wiuuiu. Jll mo tuny nucu ui
nis young mniinouii ue lam ins me, a
Federal soldier, upon tho altar of his
duty, and be lies at the leet ot a ven
erablo man whoso earnest, intenso nnd
able devotion to the Union of the
states is well known among the peoplo
lrom whom I oame.
Again he said :
"Standing bv those craves and look
ing' across the blue grass sward, can bo
seen in concentric circles the headstones
of tho Federal dead, and nai far oil on
tho Blopo of a beautiful hillside, under
'd wi 1 furled
the shade ot Sorest trees
Anthony's oross, draped with furled
banner on tho broken Hag-stuff of a
.-1 T ...
ucau uonietierauv. cunnnnn in us
, .t . ,
white iinritv the craves of those who
wnuo ptmiy u.e graves 01 ti.ose wno
gave tlieir lives for that flag. Scalier-
" ".eieij .
fathers and sons and brothers who
served in opposing armies 1 and in tho
adjoining city, and through all the ad-
jacont country, aro those who loved
l,lal,lRr.::, ' V,e"?W
"7 bv . ...
harsh and bitter remembennir with
graieiui piety oniy mat wtnen was
bravo and kindly and heroic
Itcprescntntivo Ureokinridgo is a
man of deep religious convictions. I
iioard him speaking of tho observance
of ijunday not long sinco: "I do not
iiesitato to say," he said, "that that
system of truths, of which tho Sunday!
and all (hat that word implies forms a
fi.irt, is the primo cause of tho glory
aud tho hopefuli-'ess of this civilization."
."Ji.J'.J'." in tve J'rca.
THE COLUMBIAN AND
(From our llclar Correspondent.
Wasiiikotos. I). 0 April 10, 1880.
Tho labor troubles, tho proposed ex
position in wasliinctou, the
into oi tlio now Win diii, aim
President's rumored marriage,
nmoiiu tho suluects tiuu ono
discussou on uio street iicre now. .
At mo uapitoi our lawmaKcrs aro taiK. i
ing aoout inter state commerce, , secret
sessions, iiio iisncncs question, uiu "I"
proiiiiiHiyn uuis. .
,,An mctliiB was held at
Willard's hotel a few evenings since,
at wh oh represcntatlvo business men
of Hftltlmoro and Washington discins
ed the projected exposition to bo in
augurated hero in 1889. An address
was presented, winch is to bo scattcr-
ed uroaucasi over no country, ,fung
1UI III IIIU IUIU Ul
tablish a number
f tho product, of North, South and
S1!?1 A,,"L,r'0?'ltaml t;o empire of
nrnwl T, Ma ,g tlmt cxtPIlslV0
area of parking extending from tho
. '-mt. t. I
aI"lol..l. ,V"UV 1 "U81: "10'"1UB
1,10 nmiuisonian.Agncuiiurai aim iuon- of
Tl ! ll. ,l!- l ..!.. ... I .n.
ii, u mu iukuuuu bihji hid !"
Ject of all local purpose, and to raauo
it national and international, politics
being ignored in tho interest of all
countries. 1 or instance, it is suggest- in
that a building bo erected for tho
display of working models in tho inter-
rst of inventors, and that thcro sliall
be a national art gallery sustained not
oniy oy uio vtovcnimeni, mil popular-
ued by bequests from privato Individ-
uala. It is expected that one and per-
haps both Houses of Congress will take
somo favorablo action on tho subject
As to Senators and their secrets,
those who havo in the debato branded
tho secret sessions as farcical, childish,
cowardly and treacherous, aro Piatt,
r Il.-.l J ll'l.ll.l . 0
LiUgau, Duller UuU iVlUUiCUulgcI. tJCIl" I
ntor Tiorrnn was wonderim? how oxecu-
tivo secrets leaked out. Newspaper
nion always cot them in somo wa.
Senator Itiddlebereer gavo his idea of
how they were exposed. "I havo a
private secretary." said ho. "I walk
down tho avenue with him. ho asks mo
. 1 1 .
quesuou or iwo, ami uumg suiuiicr
man i am, no Knows more 111 nvo ram-
utcs than I can loarn in a week. Then
ho gives it to somebody else and tho
newspaper fraternity gets it.
jTon Mr Vhitthorne, who has been
3,)p0,Dted to succeed Judgo Jackson in
tj g senate, will need no intro-
,i,lction , tho lower house of congress.
He served with distinction in tho low
er House during tho Forty-fou-tb,
iorty-hfth, torty sixth and .bortv-sov-
enth Congresses. As chairman of tho
Naval Affairs Committee ho was very
earnest and successful in exposing the
rrVsca.litics of tho Navy Depattment
nndcr Qrant nnj ex seoretary Rnbeson
There has been great improvf ment
in the ways of doing business in tho
Government Departments here und-r
tho new regime, and there aro eviden-
cc3 0lnow.no. still further lefoims
is to bo aSKCd tO I'S- m ,-,,, nn,1 l,nf u1illn unnrt. I n,1 t.. ..i.ranlt nfll.n nni. Imnlinrr mill
.... li l.villiviilf .-. v.. i.w i t. . . . . llt iriiiniliv Ul lliu . , ..wwv... ..in.
ot permanent exliiui- ,i ,i,; .iun,i 1,0,1 tmntmnnt l,.nii!i, . ,.,f i,n .ul. nr iol,li,i,n,l ii,n
in tho city on tho Mall, i,, ,.sv ,n, nnlii,Vo Tt L. .i i..f, ,i,m i,i,i,i
are looked for through tho passage of high up in tho millions. His lather
a bill thatis exciting a good deal of in- was a hard-working man, kept a black
terest. It provides for a. reclassified- smith shop, and at the same time did a
Hon and reorganization of the civil
service at Washington, and its ptirposo
is to so arrange tho force of tho De-
partments that tho same kind of work
will receive the same pay. Under tho
H'rD" i""" n... wi .n- uiu.n
S720 to $840 who aro doing the same
work in regard to quality and amount
as clerks who get from 1,200 to Si,-
C00 a year.
Tho last classification was made in
18S4 when thero wero on v 719 e erks
in tlio don.artmnntn. now thoro nrn fi..
1)31. TTndor this arramrmont tlinrn
are four classes class 1, receiving Si.-
200 : class 2, S1.400 : class 3, Sl.GOO.
and class 4. Sl.800. Clerks havo beon
employed and assigned to these classes'
with but little regard to their grade,
Consequently thero is n great deal ot
waste to the tax navers in tho Donart.
monts. But as thero is no fixed limit
to tho revenues of the Government and
tho burdens ot the tax-payers, tho
waste is not perceived. While the
Administration is scttinfr thn ftovnrn
mental houso in order, it proposes to
subject tho men and women employed
here to a thorough investigation, weed
out the incompetent, and rodiatrilinto
the others bo as to enable then to do
tho rrreatest, amount and best kind nf
work ot which they are capable.
Anronos of work, a frr-nii nf ("Inn.
gressmen were chatting a fow days ago
When allusion was made to tho popular
idea that men in lerrislativo tinsitinns
. ..... ; " r -1
wnrk into nnil ret rmnr nnv. Air.
Scott the wealthiest Member in the
House. sntike un : "I linvo wnrkpil
harder since I became a Comrrcssm.in."
said he. '-than over before in mv lifo.
I get to work every day that I atu in
Washington at eitfit o clock in tho
morning, and I seldom cet to bed be-
. 1 j
tore midnight, and my work is not
ouito done thon." Tho IWnmiin
millionaire added that ho had had no
millionaire auucu mat uo nau Had no
elocution of having to work like that.
Our friend Silas McIIenry, is slowly
improving, llo has been sick a long
Win. Stoker has been appointed a-
ie Fishinoreek Insurance
Wo consider tho appoint-
ment a nood one. Mr. btoker is a
nnml 111 lkllalimca mnn lmunlna ntimi'inn
tho advantage of being a carpenter and
bti dor : wli nh minl.1 Mm tn fnrm .i
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onrrti.t i.ton nf I in un n.linn ..f li.il,l.
Arbor dav was observed bv tho 31,
E. Church of this place. They plant
ed a number of beautiful hard munle
. . . . . . .... I
in front of their fine church eitiGie.
T. II. Edgar has erected alaruo now
building to be used for storing dressed
I'ov. S. P. Boonu preached an ex-
celent sermon in tho M.'E. Church on
Sunday. I lo is the samo gentlcinauly
rf , , v . .
young man that we knew him in school
'lays when Wwere studen.s together,
i rni. c .i . . n ,
ue .u ireinu vyuurt oi i eiiiisyivatuu
I .. nf...i ' .m i .i -1
on Mom, atlirmci tli(J ju(il;em-0Ilt of
tll0 lower ourt i(J lhu 10
ui.noro and Ohio Telegraph Company
... ,i, i!ll IVlm.Imn,. I' ! 'f
Philadelphia, which cranted the annli-
catiou . ti10 iaii;mure and Ohio (Sun.
panv for teephone connections nt all
l""e i:nn.ylanim upon, tho
g3m0 ter,n8 am conditions, as apply to
,, voa,r iTin fm ," tn.i.
(ij,inil ,.,, .... .1... n,, .;nro ,,n,i
nhin 'iviimmnli tn nil tc,ohnnn
gUbg0ribers throughout tho Stato of
The remainniL' copies of tho Hiitorv
of Columbia County, a book of COO
pages illustrated and bou
will be closed out at SIj
oonts extra by mail. For
noii nn in cloth
.00 each, 25
sale at the
ICoLUiiuiAN Ollice. llloomsburg, Pa.
Nailing a MollofouH Lie- 1
A Ho that oriaiimted with thd . Now
York IVibune. and hns nlhco bceri. ox-
tended bv Knstern and Western papers
,lnt1' il hfts become a story of consider-
ftl)lo .jroporjn nrj nlnrmlnir details
r i . . i.. i.... it.o oii..,,.t I
Idl'llHI III in Willi, l.liUlll, IIIU mih.,vm
,.,,... nf n,,.i mnnltllf nil tin I
lib bllU llllllll-h IllVVblll wil liiw I
f ... .M,,,i. Mftafr.i i
ct'fortll witll ))rolcIuie(i .lotalls how
ti10 preg,ient had found fantt with tho
,,cl!ritnry of tho treasury for ohancing
tho lanmiaco of a letter to Senator
tn0 ianguaco of a letter to Senator
jHorrlll replying to certain requests for
jnformalioll': Mr. Manning was rep-
WMnte(1 M bolna ro Indlnnnnt that ho
lioincr so indignant thai no
would not sneak to his cabinet associ-
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nies, anci mat no ion declaring "
tcntion of Immediately writing his let-
tn rt rnanvtinf inn 'I hit infftrnnon in tin 1
llrnwn from Ma 8tory wag lhflt Mr.
y"; 'raado out of 'whole
it, ,'ruth or untruth could havo
eslnl)li9bed bv nucstionimr nnv .
n nt ni,l. ,,,.i.nn. nf t... ..nl.inot
! Vl IIIU UtIIVI IIIVII IUV,I o J Miw w w v i
present. Not one of these gentlemen
tho ,,rc8iaont img ever been asked
corroborato thu storv or dcr.V it.
, 1 " ..,.!. .
inoy couiu noi riisu uesporaieiy miu i
print to deny every mendacious yarn
that floats out of tho capital concerning
tho administration. Mr. Manning was
10 condition to be told about tho
Causo of his prostration at least not
about this nlleged cause, or to stop it
l,y a denunciation of it. If one mem-
ber of tho cabinet had been askcd a-
bout the matter he would navo sam :
"This is the most coutemptiblo ot all
tlio unnecessary lies yet set afloat a-
bout the cabinet. There never was a
story made moro completely out of
whole cloth. It is absolutely without
foundation. Thcro never has been tho
least .rupture between tho piesident I
and Mr. Manumg or between air. Man-
ning and any other member ot tho
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Uluiin;u 1I"J ll'HCI IW UVUWI.W.
rill in reply to tho call lor liitorinaiion
about suspensions of collectors had tho
Lprcsident'a sanction and approval as to
every word. There were some pecuhar-
ly cordial and pleasing features about
tho last cabinet meeting which cannot
bo mentioned in detail, but which it
ll.. I..,. ..1 ... . .... mnmlmr 1
nun uceu u picusuiu w t.ij iiuuvi
ui in iswiii i icv.m
of Mr. Manning's condition. It was
noticed at tho time that hu was not
looking well, and ho referred to tho
lact uul " Gla n01 leel 33 "eu as ".8UU1
olu,y ul "J";k.-u .j.......;.
crui;1 'l0 aua discreditable to its author.
A Good Investment.
THE DOIXAH THAT SKKATOIt SAWYEKS
IiROTllEU I.OANKI) 1I1M DKfcW
From thr Clewlanl tender.
A friend ot Senator Sawyer tells me
of an incident, of his generosity to his
brother a year or two ago, and the
neat way in which ho gavo him a
uresent. making it appear a debt. Sen-
ator Sawyer hardly kuows what hu is
worth, save that his pile runs putty
number ot other tbiugs, making a com
fortable little income, fhuelas baw.
yer was born in Vermout, but when be
was still a baby his father moved to
.ksscx county, XM. x. When ho was 17
.cam . viua kuuti. ... ...uU u
his father until ho was 21, paying him
S100 for it. His elder brother loaned
him the monoy for this, and ho struck
out for himself, lie engaged m var
m kin"" of work, among which was
juniuemiir, unu wueu hu was oi yearn
Old Ue paid oaCK Ills lllinarea dollars
aud had amassed a little over two thou
sand dollars more. He then concluded
to go west, lu the moan time ho had
been married and had a child or two.
O" his way to Wisconsin he stopped
at his brothers, and upon asking hira
",u" ""ey unu, uo mwe
that ho had two thousand dollars in a
belt around his waist aud under his
shirt, and ho had been paying out a
good deal, but ho thought ho bad still
about two hundred dollars in his pock
ets. "Count it.'' said his brother.
Sawyer counted it, and figured up just
one uuuureu auu umtjvyuiuo uoiiuru.
Hs brother gavo hira a dollar, tell
ing him that that would make lip his
S2.200, and that he would know just
how muoh he started away with, baw-
yer iook 11, tuiu me iib.i. uy went, uu
to Wisconsin. Ho bounht a farm there,
nnd in time got into the lumber busi-
ess, uecarae weatiuy, unu now hub
been for years ill the United States
t .! -1J I
iaenaie. initio muuu tituc 1115 uiuur
brother stayed in New York aud tend-
ed to bis farm. He still lives there
and lias a larm worm aoout, jnu.uuu.
Ho is oue of tho respected citizeus of
1.. ... . . 1
county, anu ins uoie is as goou as
gold any day. Sawyer comes out to
viait him every year or two, and thinks
11 S'M ueiU "l "" wu JCUfa aK
ho asked him how ho was oituated tU
nnuuially, and after much pressing,
"" - " f"-"Bt
Jf fh" note,
amounting, with interest, to about
100, and thai he was troubled by tlio
fact that hu could not got enouizh a-
head every yar to pay more thau tho
interest on them.
Senator Sawyer said notliintr, but
the next morning on tho pretext of
wauling to see some old friends, ho
slipped awav from his brother's houso
nnd bought the notes. That night
I t. 1. J I . ! 1 1 l. i
their evening chat, whether ho had any
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I I. W ,1 V. . VIUU.O 1113 UIUIIIV1 I V
plied that ho was owrng about $100 in
debts here nnd there. Senator Sawyer
hereupon took out the two note?, a-
tuoillltint; to $1,100, aud placinc 8100
"" t0P ' them, he handed the pile
I . U 1.1 .1 I i. . . I .11
to his brother, telling him thai would
make mm even with tho worm, aud bo
"i ou need not feel backward about
taking this becauso it is merely the pay.
ment oi a ueui. wuen l went West
you gave mo a dollar, never expecting
to get it back. I considered that dob
, , .
lar as a loan, as an investment, as a
part of my capital. As far as I can
estimate now, eacn ono 01 uie ?L',.'UU
whicii 1 carried away with mo has
..... . . .
Hwei ed into si.auu and in mv nir vou
.. . . ' -r ' . . . b"'"b J "
I) aud in irivlmr vou
thu , 200 j on, . , - - '
hha tB .ls t'vmfc you j
"I asked Senator Sawyer," said this
.....i..,. n...i.-. 1. ' .1... "V.i
when l.o did this, nnd l.n ,
.iu .,m tnnu. i ,n.b f u .1
first, but bo finnllv took tho mnv ami
the notes, saying he wished ho had in-
vested 1,000 nstnad of SI."
ilio newspapers announce tho en
cacement of President Cleveland to
J,ili9 Eolsom, and havo even gone so
far as to fix upon Juno as tho time
when the wedding will tako plaoo at
the White House. So far as heard
from, the President himself is not vet
awaro of the fact that he is to be mar-
ried so soon. The papers should at
least tiivo him notice in time, so that
he can get measured for a wedding I
b"- Manninct bad been noaded into a froiuy of Btnkors numbor ntr about 400 start-
DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
' Riot inNow Yor,k,
X riot oeo'ured on' Third Avonud
Now York cltv. MondaV't bccaiuo of
iho Street Car Comnanv trvintt to run
cars with non-unidn mon. Thcro aro
about eight hundred employes of tho
Third Avenuo Street Car line, and a.
IIUJIJ Ull'lll VUU Pl'Tl'll HUUMIUIUIIIIIVll.
M'I.a ..ll.l l......lnl ilnMlnm nil . ll 11 Ilia.
liU l'lglll, lltllllll CU lllllll.lllll l lliu lii7-
i,, ",, ,,;,,i nnn:,lntnn mm nn.1
becauso this was refused they not only
null wort? themselves but by their
secret soolctv rule, had Tho employes
on manv other hues also ston. About
on many other lin
half past thteo th(
people notified tin
they wanted to ru
ho Third .Avenue road
tho Superintendent that
tuov wanted to run aorao cars and a
bout Boventv fivo nollco wuro sent to
.11 ' . .
mo siaoies 10 preserve onicr in Binri'
Ing tho cars. About quarter past tlvo
tlm lifot not Infi Mm ot all lot. nnrnmiio
tiled by sovoral policeman. The crowd
Thus eight cars left tho stables and
passed down tho street, followed by
1 .1... ..n:.,.. ,n..i i
..u.i, ,.. nr.,nra,
fctllVOI. IIIU IIIUIII U ' '- pi VUHIbM
and started followed by thteo or four
hundred of the strikers. When the car
bad 170110 about six souares thev enmo
... ... . .1. Tl. .
into couission wun a uuck; iiio car
horses became entangled in the traces
and were thrown down. Tho crowd
then surrounded the car, a brick was
thrown that smashed in one of tho car
windows and soon after tho air was
filled with living missiles. Tho strikers
tried to get at tho conductor and driver
but were prevented by tho police, who
used their clubs in driving tne crowd
back. The conductor and driver got
off tho car and ran toward tho stables
to save their lives s in their flight they
were knocked down several times by
the mob of strikers. Tho car was a
total wreck. The polico succeeded in
taking seven of tho leaders prisoners;
all of whom were more or less spatter
ed with blood.
( it an estalllihed act that Hood's Bar-
saparlll has proTcn on invaluable remedy
In many severe cases ot rheumatism, edect
Ing remarkable cures by Its powerful action
In correcting tho acidity ot he blood, which
ts the cause ol the disease, and purifying
and enriching tbo vital fluid.
It is certainly fair to assume that what
Hood's Sarsaparllla has done for others It
will do for you. Therefore, If you suffer
the pains and aches ot rheumatism, give
this potent remedy a tali trUL
A Positive Core.
"I was troubled very much with rheuma
tism In my hips, ankles, and wrists. I
could hardly walk, and was confined to tny
bed a good deal ot the time. Being rec
ommended to try Hood's Barsaparilla, I
took tour bottles and am perfectly well.
I cheerfully recommend Hood's Barsaparilla
as one of tho best blood purifiers In the
world." W. F. Wood, Bloomlngton, III.
For Twenty Years
I have been afflicted with rheumatism. Before
1883 1 found no relief, but grew worse. I then
began taking Ilood's Barsaparilla, and It did.
me more good than all the other medicine I
ever had." H. T. Balcom, Shirley, Mass.
"I suffered from what tho doctors called
muscular rheumatism. I took Hood's Bar
saparilla and am entirely cured." J. V. A.
ITtoTOrooT, letter carrier, Chicago, mi.
We shall be glad to send, free ot charge
to all who may desire, a book containing many
additional statements ot cures by
Sold by all druggists. t; six forts. Made
only by O. I. HOOD & OO., Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar.
AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER.
To All Wanting; Employment.
W want Live. Enercetic and Caoabte Accntl
in every county in the United Statei and Cana
da, to jell a patent article of itreat merit, on
I rs MttRlTS. An article navinc a large wic, lay
over loo per cinl prom, naving no cimie-
litiou, and on which the acent 11 protected nil
the escluiive sale by a deeJ given tor each and I
everv countv he may secure from in. With all I
t he advantajei to our agcntl and the fact that
it it an article that can be sold to every house
owner.' it might not be necessary to mate an
"UXl ft ORDINARY OFFBR tO SeClUC ROOJ .IStlU.
at once, but we nave conciuaeu iu di... ti i.
.hnw. not onlv our confidence in the men
our invention, but Inits salabdlty by anyateutt
that will handle it with energy. Our agents
now at work are making from $150 to 5uw at.
month clear and this fact makes It safe for us tol
make our offer to all who are out of employ, j
ment. Any agent that will give uur business r.
thirty days' trial and fail to clear at least Jio.
in this time, auoib ALL KxriNaBS can return
all goods unsold to us and we will refund the
money paid for them. Any agent or genera
agent who would like ten or more counties and
work them through sub-agcius for ninety days
and fad to clear at least Jjjo aboie ALL EX
fXissKS, can return all unsold and get thtir
money back. No other employer of agents ever
m. curh nffVr. Iior WOLlld ttelf We
, ..... , .
iid not know that we nase agenis now maning
...... .1A..KI h ntniM.nt iv miaranteed ;
nore than tip utile tne amount we guaraiuccu .
hi J but two wle a day would give a profit of
a tlUl ono oi our aticm
L iohtit nrdrt in one dav. Our lirilC lie
tcriptive circulars explain our offer fully, and
thce we wuh to send to everyone out of em
idoyment who win tena ui inrec uc m
stamps for postage. Send at once and secure
tUe agency in time forthe boom, and goto work
.i the ternnnameu in our euuruuiai)
We would like to have the address of all the
t,;tnt, sewing macnine soucuors ana careen
rd in trie rountrv. and ask anv reader of this
uaper who reads this offer, to send us at once
the name and address of all such they know.
Address at once, or you wm lose tne Dest cnance
eer offered to those out of employment to make
money. Rbnner Manufacturing Co ,
Il5 Sraithfi eld St., PilUbur, Pa.
Uy virtue of sundry writs, issued out of the
court ot common Pleas cf Columbia county, and
to me directed, will be exposed to public sale, at
SATURDAY, May 8,1880,
tbo Court House In Bloomsburg, on
at s o'clock p. in., all that certain piece, parcel
or tract of land, situate InRoarlngcreek township,
Columbia county, Pa., bounded on tho north oy
lands of Benjamin Wagner, on the east by land ot
Amsy Cralg.on the south by lands of Joseph Craig,
and on the west by lands of John Myers, contain.
Ing twenty jcres, more or less, with the appurte
nances, It being a timber tract.
Seized, taken In execution, at the suit of S. II.
Malick v s. John YVlchey and Christian Wlchey and
to be sold as the property of John Wlchey and
W. II. M. Okiii, Atty. I'I. Fa.
The undivided seven-eighths Interest In all that
certain tract of land, situate In Madison township,
Columbia county, Pa., bounded on the north by
lands of Tbewel k htpple and Wm. Falruun, on
tho east by lands of said Falrman, Mastor's estate
and Lewis schuvler. on' the south br land of said
Schuyler and Isaac Jtordan, and on the west by
l.utanlB.1,1 Im.i If Awl an Tntnna t't.lnnla nn
lands of said Isaao Mordan, James Whipple and
Tbewel Whipple, containing slity-nlne acres and
iweuiT-mu iiervurs, Birm uiuusuiv, wuu me ap
purtenances, whereon are erected a two-story
irume uwemug iiqusu, uaru uuu uut-uuiimug.
seized, taken In execution, aud to bo sold as the
property ui iv . it ixix.
Iiilbr illUKUlNO, Attys. At FL Fa.
TTTiTmu'a nnn i lomipxiipa
t 11-111.-3 ui-i-iwiior.jij-iivio.
Countv on the 8rd dav of Mar A. 1. 188H and eon.
Armed nisi, and unlets exceptions are tiled within
luur uays tneniaiier win ue cunnnreu ausoiuiei
Itlchard Jons estate, deceased, llloomsburg.
Esau tilrton estate, neccased, Hemlock. Person
David cole estate, deceased, Jackson, rerson
jonnii. uaniey estate, deceased, centraua. ivt-
Samuel Apnleman estate, deceased,
Jackson Garrison estate, deceased, Scott,
Bonally. iXH 8.1.
w. F, Hess eRtate, deceased, Uenton. Itealty,
Keubon Lelby estate, deceased, locust. Person'
alty. IW.45. realty, fcjor.u.
Jackson Lelby estate, deceased. Centre.. Peium-
u. 1-. Kinney estate, ueceaged, llloomsburg. Per
llofruian estate, deceased, Catawlssa
April 18, iKkk
WM. II. BNYDKIt, Clerk O.C.
tl. M, (Jl'ICK, Deputy,
A DJIlNISTItATOll'S NOTICE.
Hslatt at Nary Walttes, latt of Xaalton Iirp. drti'd
letters ot administration In said estate having
been granted to the undersigned administrator,
all persona indebted to said estate are nerebr nn.
titled to pay the same, and those having claims
a gainst said estate present the same to
nr.i. ii. c. ill.' M i. AUinintstrator.
ThLi nolldor lievpr vriIfml A mnrvM nf niirttr
BtrcnKlli nnil wtiolesomcnesM. Moro economical
man ordltinry klndi, and cannot lie sold In coniiie.
lion wltiutio multitude ot low lest, short wclKlit,
alum or phosphate powdcis. So.tl only in cans.
ilUTJII. llAKIIIII rUIYDKK 1 V RU il. 1.
Mtsim Uwjl, lwt-known CU
iianvua for oue
nerw n in theouuu-
trr. ilit literal terms, l)Dpqald farllitied
Mr !. i rue vn iirfry. ltnbllftlirjl
lly virtue of sundry wilts sailed out ot tlio
Court of Common rieas of Columbia county, nnd
tome directed, will 1k exposcil to public sale, nt
tho Court Houso In HloomsburK. on
MONDAY, MAY 3, 1880,
at 2 p. in. All that certain messuage or tenement
and lot of ground situate, l)lng anil being in the
ton u ot llloomsburg, county ot Columbia and
Stato ot Pennsylvania, bounded nnd described as
follows: llcglnnlng at tlio coiner of a lot of
ground of rhtllp Unangst, on the south side of
Main or Second street of said town, and running
thence north Mxty-ono degrees, cast thlrty-mo
feet to u lot ot ground ot .Joshua Fettcrinan,
thence by the same on tho wall separating tho
houso erccMI on said premises from the house of
Joshua Fcttermnn, soutluve'jtwnrdly to tho
rear of said house, thence southeastward!)'
along tho rear wall of the house erected
on the premises hereby conveyed or inoit
gaged, one foot nnd eight Inches, thenco by lot of
Joshua Fettennan southeastward!)- to a post on
I'lne alley, thence along tho said alley southwest
wardly thirty-three feet and four Inches to the
corner of lot of ground of Philip I nnngst thence
along tho same northwestwardly two hundred and
seventeen feet and six Inches, to tho place of be
ginning containing one-sixth ot an acre, moro or
less, whereon are erected n two-story bilck build
ing, frame barn nnd outbuildings.
selml, taken In execution, and to bo sold ns the
property ot Uo) il Paxtonand Rll. Drinker, ex
ecutors of Jeremiah II. Ilarman, with notice to
Mary K. Ilarman, widow, and Ltole II. Fulton and
I, W. McKelvy, guardian of Samuel U. Ilarman
and Helen ilarman, children and heirs ot the said
Al. Lev. Fa. Olakk, Atty.
The following real estate situate In FUhlngcreek
ton nshlp, Columbia county, Penna., bounded on
the north by public roud leading from Itohrsburg
to Benton, on the west by Und ot Sylvester Al
bertson, on the south by land of Samuel Coleman
and on tho cast by lands ot Alexander Mcllenry
andJ. J. Knrns, containing eighty acres, moro or
less,whereon ar e erected a tn o-story frame dwell
ing, bank barn and out-bulldlngs.
Seized, taken In execution at the suit ot U II.
Stiles, now for use or John J. Mcllenry vs. John 8.
McIIenry and to be sold as the property ot John
Fl. Fa. Littlss, Atty.
All the undivided three-seventh parts or por
tions (the whole into seven equal parts to be divi
ded) of all that certain house and lot of ground,
situate In Bloomsburg, Columbia county, and
State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as
follows: Beginning at a post, a corner of Oyer's
alley, thenco by the same two hundred and four
teen feet six Inches to a post In Pine alley,slxty-slx
feet to a post, a corner of lot number twenty-nine,
thence by said lot two hundred nnd fourteen feet
six Inches to Second street, thence by sal J street
sixty-six (eet to tho place ot beginning, containing
one town lot and numbered In plan of said town,
No. Ss, together with the appurtenances, whereon
are erected a two-story frame dwelling house, barn
Seized, taken In execution at tho suit of Joslah
Phillips vs. W. Potts ltamsay and 1). Uagenbuch
and C. C. Hagenbuch and to bo sold ns the prop
erty of YV. Potts ltamsay aud 1). Uagenbuch and
, c. Uagenbuch.
Lev. Fa. Linus Attys.
All that lot and piece or parcel ot land, situate
In tho town of Bloomsburg, (In that part formerly
called South Bloomsburg, now west Bloomsburg) j
county of Columbia and State ot Pennsylvania.
marked In the'general plan of said town by num
ber tltty-onc (31) and further described as follows
to-wlt; Beginning at a post on the south side of
Third street of said town and lot number fifty-two
and running thence along said lot south thirty-
six and three-quarters degrees east two hundred
and six feet to Anthony's alley, thenco along said
alley south sixty-three and one-quarter degrees
west forty-nlno feet six Inches to lot number titty, I
thenco along said lot north twenty-six and three-!
quarter degrees west to Third street aforesaid and I
thence along said street north sixty-three and one
quarter degrees east foity-nlne feet and six inches I
to the place of beginning, containing ten thousand
one hundred and ninety-seven square feet otland,
more or less, whereon are erected a two-story
frame dwelling house and outbuildings, fruit
trees and well of water.
Seized, taken lu execution at the suit of John X.
Bloas vs. Joseph F. Hicks and to bo sold as the
property of Joseph v. lllcks.
Ft Fa. IUhsisv, Atty.
All that certain lot of ground situate In Orange,
vllle, Columbia count,,, lvnnsjlvanla, bounded
as follows, to-wlt : On tho north by lot of A. KU
ner. on the east by Mill Street, on the south by lot
of l"erry DeLong, and on tho west by mill race con.
talnlng one-fourth ot an acre ot land more or less,
whereon are erected a two-story frame dwelling
houso, shoemaker shop, stables and ulher lieces.
it nece -
Seized, taken tn execution and to be sold as the
property ot Samuel Zimmerman.
AL Fl. Fa. L. K. Willkh, Atty.
All the following described lot piece or parcel ot
land situate In South Bloomsburg, In the county
and State aforesaid, marked In the general placeot
said town by number tltty-sevcn and fifty-eight
(57 aud &s) and further described as follows, to-wlt :
Beginning at a post on south side of Thin! Street
and Scott's alley, and running along said alley
south twenty six and three-quarter degrees east
two hundred and fourteen feet and six Inches to
Anthony's alley, thenco along said alley north
sixty-three and a quarter degrceseast nlnety-nlno
feel to lot number flfty.nlnc (it)) thence along said
lot north twcnty-slx and three-quarter degrees
west two hundred fourteen feet six inches to Third
Street aforesaid and thence along said street south
alxty.tbree and a quarter degrees west nlnety.nlne
feet to the placeot beginning, containing twenty
thousand three hundred and ninety-four square
teet, be the same more or less, on which are erect
ed one two-story dwelling house, ono one nnd a
halt story dwelling house, a grocery store and bak
ery, a barn and out-bulldlngs.
Selted, taken In execution at the suit of Cata
wlssa Deposit Bank vs. A. C. llabb and to be sold
as the property ot A. c. llabb.
Lev. Fa. Miller, Atty.
Alt tho right title and interest ot Jacob S. Hln
derllter, the defendant, In tho following described
First, All that certain tract ot land situate In
Beaver township, In the county ot Columbia and
state of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as
follows, to-wlt i Beginning at a public road thence
by land of Moses SchllcLer north eighty-three do
grees east nlnety-lUo perches to a white oak,
thence by the same north three degrees west
nlnety-slx and three-tenths perches to a stone;
thence by land ot Allen Mann south clghty.threo
and one-half degrees west eighty-four perches to a
stone; thence by land ot Peter Schllcher nnd Simon
Shclhamer south four and one-halt degrees east
thirty-rive perches to stones; thence by same south
five degrees east thirty-eight perches to a stone,
thence by the some south, twenty-four degrees
west are and fvo-tentlia perches to the middle of
the toad, thence south nineteen and three-fourth
degrees west twenty-ono and one-half perches te
the place ot beginning, containing ntty and one
half acres, whereon are erected a larga two-story
frame dwelling house and large barn and other
second. All that certain let and piece ot land
situate tn Beaver township, Columbia county and
state of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as
follows, to-wlt i on the north by land late ot John
Hlnderllter, on the south by land late of Abraham
lUce, on Ihe east by land of Isaao KUngeruiau, Jr.,
and on the west by laudj of William smith, cou-1
, talnlng twenty-lbno ajrcs, more or less.
Third. All that pertain trrtct of land fcltuMn In
Beaver township, Columbia county and Stato of
Pennsylvania, bounded ahd described as followp,
to-wilt Beginning nt a stono by land of & P,
Schllch6r, south elghty-thrco degrees west eighty,
four and one-half perches to tho middle of tho road
thenco along said road and by land ot Allen Mann
south ono-halt degrees west soventy.flvo perches
lo tho middle ot Beaver creek, thenco tip said
creek Its various courses eighty perches to line ot
Innd of Moses Sehllcbor, thenco by sajno north
scienleen and one-fourth degrees west twelve.
and tour. tenths perches to n while oak stump
hence by samo north elghty-tlireo degrees cost
eighteen nnd three-tenths perches to tho mlddlo ot
tho road, thenco along said road south nineteen
nnd one-fourth degrees west twenty-ono and one-
halt perches ton stones thence south twenty-fou,.
degrees west flvo and two-tenths rerches to the
Klack creek road, thenco along said road south mo
degrceseast thirty-eight and one-halt perches to
tho placo ot beginning, containing thirty-seven
acres, moro or less.
Sel2cd, taken in execution at tho suit of C. A,
Shumanvs. Jacobs, lllndcrlltcr and to bo sold as
tho property of Jacob s. Hlnderllter.
Vend. Kx. Knobb, Atty.
All that certain messuage and lot of ground Bit-
uatc In slmmun'.s Addition to the town of rata'
wlssa, In the county ot Columbia nnd Stato ot
Pennsylvania, bounded nnd described as follows,
to-wlt: on tho north by Mill street, forty teet, on
the east by land of W. V. Fisher one hundred and
fifty feet, on the south by an alley forty feet, and
on tlio west by an alley one hundred and fifty feet
being lot No. T In said Addition, whereon Is erected
a two-story framo double houso with out buildings,
arranged for two families.
Seized, taken lu execution nt the suit of C'atn
wlssa Deposit Bank vs. James P. Lewis aud Jennie
Lewis his wlfo and lo bo sold as tho property ot
James P. Iwls and Jennie Iwls his wife.
Lev. Fa. Mil.t.KK, Atly.
SAMOKL SMITH, Sheriff,
InthkCocbtopComuon Pi.kastok tiik t'OfNTV
l-Vhrtiflrv term, lsfifl. No. fl.
Notice Is hereby given that nn applleat'onwlll
bti iiiauo tn tho i aid Court on Saturday, tho eighth
day ot -May, issn, al 10 o"elock a. m., under the Act
or Assemuiy oi ino uaiiiinouwcaun oi rennsj iva-
ma, cniiiica, ".n aci iu rroviuu ior me incuryi
ntlon and llcgulatlon ot Certain corporatlons.,rnp
nrnveil Anrll ell. .H74 and the sunnlementsthereto.
torthe cnarterot an intended corporation to be
called tho "llloomsburg Hoard of Trade," the
charter anaouieci oi wuereoi is i no encoupace
ment. and orotectton: or trade and coin
merce"nnd for these purposes to have, possess
anil enjoy, nil me rignis, uenenis nna privileges oi
the said Act ot Assembly anil Its sunnlements.
April 10 lSS6-3t.
The stockholders of the Bloomsburg & Sullivan
ltallroad Company are hereby nottned to meet at
me Exchange uoiei, in liioonisuurg, ou "unuur
the 3rd day May, 1W6, at eleven o'clock in the tore
noon, to elect ortlcers of the coniDanv for the en
suing year and transact such other business as
may require their action In the Interest of the
vuuiuau) uuu uy auinuriiy ui law.
JOHN JAMIMJN, President,
Notice Is hereby clvcn. that tho following
count has been nied In the court ot Common Pleas
of Columbia county, and will bo presented to the
court on the first Monday of May A. D. IK!, and
continued nisi, and after the fourth day ot said
term confirmed absolute unless exceptions are
filed within that time:
1. The account ot Itobert Mannon, committee
or ino person nnu esiaiu 01 .Muruu .-utuiuuii,
lunatic of the Township ot .Madison, columbl
County. WM. II. MNYDElt.
Prothy's. onico ) 0. 41. QUICK,
llloomsburg, Pa., Apr. 5, '80. Deputy,
"COURT P ROG La 1AT10N-
TYrilKnKAS.llielloti. Wii.uam Elwell
Piesident Judgo of tho Court of 0)er aud
Terminer and General Jail Delivery, Court ot ijuar
ter Sessions of tho Peace and the Court of Common
pleas and orphans' Court In the 2Cth Judicial ills
trlct, composed of the counties ot Columbia and
Montour, and tho Hons, James Lake and F.
bhuman. Associate Judges of Columbia county
hav e Issued thelr.precept.bearlng date the 13th day
otlcb.ln the yearof our Lord ono thousand eight
hundred and elgbty-slx, and to me directed for
holdlnga Courtof Oyer and Terminer and General
Ouaitcr Sessions of tho Peace, Court of Common
Pleas and Orphans' Court, in Bloomsburg, In the
county of Columbia, on tho first Monday.bclng
tho urd day ot May next, to continue for tw
Notice Is hereby given to the Coroner.tu the Jus
tices ot tho Peace, and tho Constables of the said
County ot Columbla,that they be then and ther-j In
their proper person at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of
Bald 3rd day of May with their records lnqut
sltlons and other remembrances, to do thoso things
which to their ofllces appertain to be done. And
thoso that are bound by recognizance to proseute
against the prisoners that aro or may bo In tho Jail
of the sold county of Columbia, to be then and there
to prosecute them as shall be lust. Jurors aro re
quested to bo punctual In their attendance.
agreeably to their notices. Dated at llloomsburg
f1 the 2nd day of April In tho year of our
1 L. s. Lord one thousand elzht hundred and
I y) eighty-six, and tn the one hundred and
ninth year of the Independence of the United
oiuies ui America.
Sheriffs omce, SAMUEL SMITH,
Notice Is hereby clven that the fullunlng named
persons have tiled with the Clerk ot the court of
Ouarter M-sslons of tho peace ot Columbia county,
their petitions for license, which vt Ul be presented
iu uie gam luun un jiuuuuy uiu ou uuy ui .uuy .
1). issii, at a o'clock p. m.
Aurand tieorge, Bloomsburc, hotel.
nerger lilnehard, Berwick boro, restaurant.
Berger Hlnehard, Berwick boro, bottler.
lilllinnn George W, Conyngham twp, hotel.
Horan Thomas, centralla boro, restaurant.
lioser Fiedenck, Berwick boro, hotcL
Collins Thomas, Centralla boro, restaurant.
Deltterlch c 11, Hemlock twp, hotel.
Drake Lemuel, Benton twp, hotel.
Falrman lleee, bcott twp, hotel.
Farrell Itobert, centralla boro. restaurant.
Fettennan Charles, centralla boro, restaurant.
Funston v It, Berwick boro, hotel.
digger William. Bloomsburg, hoteL
Gfiinoro V 11, llloomsburg. restaurant.
Goldsworthy James, centralla boio, hotel.
Gross Peter, Bloomsburg. bottler.
Ilagarty James, centralla boro. restaurant.
Ilailetlne Samuel, Greenwood twp, hotel.
Hess Illram, Benton twp, hotel-
lless Aaron, Mimiu twp, hotcL
llolllngshead David, catawlssa twp, restaurant.
Holmes William o, Montour twp, hotel.
.Incoby o A, rfloomsburg, liquor store.
Kelfer J II, Catawlssa twp, hotel.
Kinder Hester. Catawlssa twp, hotel.
Klose George V, Berwick boio, hotel.
Kline John I, Conyngham twp, hotel.
Knorr Nathan, Locust twp. hotel.
Lelby Samuel, lloailugcreek twp, restaurant.
Longeuberger Jeremiah K, .Main twp, hotel.
'lJ "UIl. blUllltlM UUIU, ICSltlUIUlll
Monroe Mre Thomas, conyngham twp, restauraut,
Jlourey John, sjott twp, hotel.
.iicriuuieii rAiwaru, ceuiraua ooro, restaurant.
Mcllenry J B. Benton two. hoteL
McLaughlin Arthur, Centralla boro. llnuor store,
Neitney John, Cent ralla boro, Uquorbtore.
1 " runner douaim.i, i-euiraiu uoro, unuorsi
bom. llnunr store
iv.ij u ii, on),uiiuai inii, uuici.
Mnlth A K, MadUon twp, hoteL
Multh Potter. Beaier tw n. hotel.
bponenberg Benjamin, Berwick boro, restaurant,
iuuuuer iK'rnaru, uioomsuurg, restaurant.
Thrash A J, scoit twp, hoteL
Truckenuilller Adam, Catawlssa, restaurant.
Yeager Wellington, Locust twp, hotel.
Yeticr Boyd It, Main twp, hotel.
Yctter Wright A, catawlssa, hotel.
Voder Aaron, Locust twp, restaurant.
rieik'sonice, ) W, II SNYDElt, Clerk.
April is, la. i (i. M. O.UICK, Deputy.
HAVEUSEJUUORS I'OU .MAY TERM.
Hiuysk Abraham ltlcc.
llEimicK Abraham cortrlglit, James 11 Hay
man, Wm. Staclkliou-c, Lit blierwood.
Hinton Jll welltver.
Iiuoii!inoii0 Oeo. ltidleman, Jacob Pel ffenbach,
Win. Iiletterlcn, r II Vrwte, Diehard blllcs, It J
llBUHCBKitiL-W SAsb, WI. Ilouscknccht, Mil
I'b mrk A n Urailer, Jacob llesa.
('K.sTKAMi C (1 Murphy, w o Troulinan.
Ciiiviai-(ico. II (icary.
eoNYnaiuM Tnoraas fancy, Christian LefBer.
VlsiusacBiKK TJl Holder, i) 11 .Moore, John
(iBKimwooD a ll Thomas.
IUhlocii Win. lieu, rhllln Stroun.
Jicisox R II Louder, Ellis McIIenry, F M IMr.
ker, Daniel Voung.
I-occst ll v Ucaver, IfUr l"etteiman, Daniel
Ulby. DaMd Haun
.Madison Wm. Ixmrey,
Mifflin A M Hess.
.Mostocb J P VurnsHorth, John Oulck.
tiiuNaK Mn. Ileus.
1'isK Henry Itlchln.
ltoABiNucBmK-l' K Mensch, Washlnstonltarlif.
SooTi-Conrad Illptieufcuvl, J 11 Union, l) 0
M'utiiiAF A W Fritz.
IiBiTiR-If rt II Michael, o W Stead.
limwics tli I'owman, James M bceeholtz.
Hknto Geo. Gibbons, A J Kline. Chas Obrlen
lli.oonsBi'K(i Wm. lihodemoyer.
I'BNTBBJolm Alkraan, John Deloni:, (leo. Pohe,
Allen shellhanier, Wm. bhnffer.
L'isi mi ulolin James;.
CiTAWifn-N li Ilarman, (leo. Manuart.
t'ONVKuiuu-Je rry deoive, Charles Welderman.
. KisniMicBK-H V .Markle, blloa Mcllenry, J K
Woods, W C l"ennlngton.
(iBBBSHOou 1 W (llrton, Jacob K. Berlin.
IxiccsT-Uweon Lee, Win. ivtterraan.
Main John Harmony, Uo)d Yelter,
MAUisoN-rri'derlcl.- l)errWin. smlth.N Welllver
Montoi'b Francis Lleby.
Mt 1'lka8ant Jacob Tllrleman.
bi'QARLOAF Jacob Fritz.
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isti HCILKLM I if Iulc udr. I wrttl mr rtmJf la
cuia lb wui it cmii. btiM tbr fll4 li M
ro lor tl bow mlTlc cor. to4 t ol lor
1rilMnJa Pro BottUof &if IbUIUU rtuodr, Qt
ICiriM ud fwi OB1.I. HcvaUfoakaUlnf fuel trtftl.
n4 1 will itr yua. UA.U.U, KUUT, Ul ff 1 1, 11. 1,
Alexander Bros. & Co,
WHOLESALE DEAI.F.HS IN
eot.it aunts ron
F. F. ADAMS & CO.,
TOBACCO - mm m NUTS.
Sole ngcntsof tho tot
S0I.K AGENTS Foil
F1IKSII KVKItV WEEK.
To solicit orden for our selected fruit and ornamental stock. TIJCPIJACI7
H P C N T Q ''rui'it Emplojmmt. Silirj inl EiptiKt, Commlitloi It pnftrrwl. L U II HO L
uaj ill Ajuuiy uuuesi, vutii-.M;, wuiiwu
rcrcrence renulred. No previous experience necessary. TbeUlinPrpirP
business easily learned. Full imrtractlons Klven. 6t,ft'e'ee-lUnOCniCO
Address II. U.
name inu paper.
jMr MAHVIiLOUS PRICES.
Camnfett Navels and Other Works, br
The following book art published In not ptnipblclfonu.nitDj of ihrin bundaomvlj lllutriJ( kuiI all Broirliil"l
rrom iruoil Itda unon cood dbdcp. Tby u oi ire
nilioiil nuiling ihr
w-acli. Kch look U wmplete Id ItH-If.
1 Die Wldovr Hedod Jopfr. TMali tho book
i. r hl-h jour ir itiJino theft Uughul till U7 cried, to4
11 tJut i runnr to-daj It iter
I, Fiuirjr W ork for Home Adornment, an
ir It iiwork tuxm thli iui)Jch contalutoc mj nd
(ntottOKt iotruclloDi tot making fancy batketa, wall
Hf.nt. lrnoketJ, netdto work, enibrolderj) W.t tU., pro
ln I) an t clpcantly llluttratei. mr
3. irtmmrN fr'nlrr Htorlra for tne YM. The
Ht(pt rollwilun or fatry atorlei trtt publlibd. Th ohlld
tva will idi11t:titrl witb lhm.
t. The l.udr ot the Uy Plr Walter Soott.
" I lie La It or tfifl Lake " li a ronteoce In ttrie, and of all
the wtirhi of ooit none It more beautiful than thl.
5. M mi n ul of Ktlquetle for LaJlei and 0ntlemeBt a
iiitlen(Milltfi.e and good breeding, Ulog the rwlci of
uwliTii etl tueite fur ll ooeailoni
o. Tlit himitluril Letter Writer tor Ladle and
Ccntleiiu'D, a complete guide lo eorretpoDdtooe, glflng
pi ilit dlrectluu fur ih eompoiltlon of letter ef erery
kind, with Innunieratile fornii and eiamplea.
T. Wlntt'rKtenlngr JteerMtUna, a large eolleetloa
of Aotlog Chftradea, Tableaux, Uauea, Puiilei, etfl , for
iocll itktbrrtngf, prliata thealrleali, and etenlngi at
h IHitlogue. HetUtlont and Kendlngf, a large
atil choice collection fur it ho) I eiblbltloni and pebllo and
v. l'urlor Uacto and Chumleal UiperlmMU,
x Imok which tell how to perlurni handreda of amuelng
irL-kf lit maiia and Initructlr experiment vlth almple
H The Home Cook Hook nnd Kaally Pkyel.
rlttiit cuutaluInK bundrede of eicelleol ouoklog reolpce
nu I liinK lit housekeeper!, alio telling bow Ui cur tit com
inoimiliiirut by lmple home remedy.
II. MiinneroandOiMtomaln far Avar Lnnda,
ft tiry Interesting aad ioiiructlT book of Uaeel, deacrlb
ihg l tie peculiar lire, habit, mannere and cuawtu of ibt
poniilf nt forelju cou&trleai llluatrattd.
li. MtUeii Conaplcte Htorleo by PopiUr Aatbon,
embracing loie, humoreua nod detective atoriea, elorlee of
D'ldr lire, of adventur, of railway life, ate., all very lo
Thulludjget, of Wit, Humor and Fun, a large
im IUUUJ WlKf, IKICIIIIi DI
hnra bean written for lotne ei
II. I'kvful KniaUJn fa Ikn Hllllaw. k hendr
book of uM-ful luturmatloBi for all, upon many and Tarlona
viV-cti i llluttnted.
1). lulled llnek, X Nevct, By lUgh Conway, aatbor
v.t,. Uiglitrrcd L.iwr, or Moa.r Otdtf. till
44r.u u .Be.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
TOWN PUOPKUTY !
In pursuance nf an order of tlie Orphans'
Court of Columbia county, tlio undersigned
administrator of Elizabeth l'etcrman, lato
of thu town of Uloomslmrs, deceased, will
expose to public sale, on tlio premises, on
THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 188G,
nt 10 o'clock a. m., the following real es
tate situate in said town of llloomsburg,
bounded and described ns follows: Begin
ning nt the corner of lot of David Stroup,
thence nloac Muin street, twenty-eight feet
to corupr of lot of William Hubb, thenco
along sulci lot sotithcastwurdly one hundred
nnd liftysix feet four inches to I'iue alley,
thence ulonfi said alley northeastwardly
twenty-eight feet to corner of lot of David
Htroup.thence aloug said lot northwestward
ly to the place ot beginning, on which are
erected a three-story
Fronting on Main street, a
Frame Dwelling House,
fronting on I'lne alley, and out-buildings.
TEUMS OF SALE: Ten per cent, of
onc-fniirtli of the purchase money lo be
paid nt the striking down of the property,
the one-fourth less the ten per cent, at tho
confirmation absolute and the remaining
three-fourths In one year thereafter, with
interest from confirmation nisi.
A. L. Fiutz, 11. F. 1'ETEHMAN.
a-9J Any. Administrator.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
OF VALUABLE 1IKAL ESTATE I
lly Mrtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Columbia county, tne undersigned, executor of
the estato cf hainuel Appleman, late of Benton
township, deceabed, will expo&e to public salo on
the premises on
WEDNESDAY, April 28, 1880,
at to o'clock In tho forenoon, tho following de
scribed real estate, situate In Benton township, to-
. N,i. l. Northwardly by lands of Maigaret DU.
dlne's helm and It. H. Davis, eastwardly by lands
of C. I. Belles, bouthwardly by landa ot T. J.
Bender aud tJeorgo Cadwallader, and wesiwardly
by c. B. Mcllenry and Wm. llulme, conlalulni;
blxty.nto acres, more or less whereon Iserected a
tlVO-StOrv frame dwelling house, hum nnri mil.
bulldlnts, and cider press, Threo wells of irood
water on the premtsea; also a good tprlug ot water.
Ever thing in (rood condition.
No. a. Northwardly by lands of Ellen Appleman,
Lastwardly by A. V. Keefer and v. U DavS
southwardly by publlo road and II. W. Iiavli.
estwardlybyliueben J. Dals, containing S3
acres, more or leas, ths same being arable laud.
No. !l. Kasvwardly by ihe heirs ot Margaret
Dlldlno and William llulme, bouthwardly by
Bchool-huui lot and land of George W. I'adwat
ader, Westwardly by lands of ltu.sel Karns and
bamuel Mcllenry'a heirs, containing about twelve
acres, more or less, same being woodland.
Terms and conditions i Ten per cent, ot one
fourth of tho purchase money to bo paid at tbo
8trtkli.tr down ot the property: the one fourth
less the ten per cent, at the confirmation of sale :
and tho remaining three-fourths la oue year
thereafter, with interest from connrmatlon ntsl,
bold subleotio the rights ot John s KUne, the
Mar. 38, m
Goud Business Location I
The undersigned offers for sale, on
easy terms, the
etc., (with excellent wliarfngo facilities)
located on the banks of the Pcnu'a
Canal, within one-quarter of a milo of
tho D. L. A W. depot, at Reach Ha
ven, I.uxerno county, Pa. A good ferry
also connects this place with the coun
try oh oppoalto side of tho Susque
hanna river. Thu machinery consists
of ft large ilaner,tnoulding aud match,
ing machine, turning lathe and bracket
Baw, also circular sawu, all in good
working order. It has a
10-horse Power Water wheel
under a twenty-six foot head. Tho
mill USlixiS feet, with two largo lum
ber shriii, one 18x01. oue 20x0 1. Thia
is a good opening for any encrgeiio
business man. l'or further nartioulaiH
Ex'n OH D. UlUllIU EbTAlE,
Jiarch 5-tf.l Reaoh Haven, I'b
Is pronounced by lenillDg tnimerssupeilor to any plow In the market for
llghtnessot draught and durability, ltswork Is unexcelled. Also
REVERSIBLE PLOW SHARE.
FOR SALE BY
tlil si', it
Famous Authors. Almost Given Away!
ftneiy oi iudjku, ni wi
think no uue can eaituilii
to poaitn. lu cloth bound form tbtie book would wit ft tv
18. At the World' Merfj. A Notel. By (Wren, t
Warden, author of " The Home on the Mirth," eie.
IT. Mildred Trevnnlou. A Novel. Uj "The Pua.
19. The Ttrrv of thr llallr Tree. A Noiv
By the tutbor of " Dora Thome."
30. ahadownon the (now, A Novel. By ll. I 1 .
Java, auihorof MrnJ aod Cheee aud M ',' fit
ll.The (Irty Homa. Aoel. By Mr-.. ta.ktll,
author of " Mary Bar Km, eio.
33. The Kroson Prep. A Noiel. By dkle lliti,
anther of " The Vi otnan lu While," eto,
13. lied Court Kurin. A Note). Ity Jin. liruijr
Wood, author or " t at Ly&oe," etc.
34. lnCtipld'et. A Novel. By gy Authoror" i-ira
35. Hack tn the Old Home. A Not!. IIj JJ.rjf (vlf
Hay. author r III Men Peril" " etc.
3. John Howe-rbnnk'a Wife. A :u.ct. l'y XIm
ilnloek, author of "John Halifai, (jentleman, ei.
3T. Lndr tlwendollne'o Uream. A orel. ItrU.i
aothor or " Dora Tborue." eto.
38. J iu per Dane' Meerrt, A Novel. ByMioU. 1.
Braddon, author or "Aurora Klord," eto.
3. Leollnr. A N'oveU By Mary Cecil laj auiUr tf
"Brnda Yorke," eta.
M. Uabrlere Marrtace. A Novel. By Wllkle t . Una,
author of " No Virtir," etc.
SI. David Hunt. A Novel. By Mr, A&n R.Rtei
author of " faihlon and Famine," els.
81. Henplnc the W hlrlwtnd. A Novel, ttj try
Cecil Hay, author of " Old Mlddleton'a Mouey," rie.
33. Dwdley Car lean. A NoveL Br Ui 11. 1 . Trid
don. authoror "Lady Audley'i Secret," et.
84. Eaafral on Thi Mv'Ttav or thi Unworn. A
Novel. Bt KltaW, Pleree.author of'The Birth Mark -in.
Si. A Uoldra llawn. A Novel. By the auihur u
'Dora Tborne." eto.
M. Valerle't Kate. A Novel. By Mr. Alcnai.Irr,
auihorof "The Wooing O't." eW.
87. Hleter lloae. A Novel. By Wilkl Coll.n, anil i.f
of "The Woman in While," eto.
38. Annr. A Note). By Mr. Henry WmI, sutler ..f
39. TheLnarel Huah. A Novel. By Ml MuU k
author of "John Halirai. Oentleman," eto.
iO. Amoa llnrtcn. A Novel. Bt (JtsirgM I llt, uiK-i
ef "Adaut ttede," "The Mill va it 1'lox," tic.
itni aj fonr.r the.. btic aA oar eti.'oin,, r.i.r.ii
.iii.oaiDgp.pori .Da ikjo.i lor lift.ii w .iBni),.. 11
Murcn 10 ct.
Wheat per bushel 85 80
Hye " " . Sfi
Corn " " .... 45
Oats ' " ys
Flour " bbl '
Dried Apples 03
Side and shoulder 0?
Lard per lb 08
Hay per ton
Vinegar per gul 20
Onions per bushel 75
Veal skins 07
Wool per lb U5
Hides 5 to 7
Coal on Wiubf.
No 0 42.00; Nos 2 3, 4 tt Lump $3.25
No. 0 43.00 llltumiutis, &3.25
FEED- Western winter bran, spot, 17.50
Spring 17,00 n 17,75
. JLJW-W,;!,t''n extra's 8.84 Ci 3.75 ; renn a
n, ?' i"!S a 4;SS ohl clear' 4-8,X 4-cs winter
r-.u. Mtj u.yy,- i-tuuu, ruuer piicess i.va c
W.1.EAT-I'en'lsylvanla red, No. 1, 69
0ATS.-N0. 3 white (S SO', No. a, 40V;
JAi AJ' ,hT1AW Tlmothy-Cholco Western
and New ork,l5.so. fair to good Western and
vnib 7 . !... 1,"';."ieuium,esiemaiiaiiew
u I 10.
l "luvm DLI u it i iU, UUb UlIUYV
imV0iwp(JM!;abtnrl1 11,86 858 00 Uurhanks,
.Si.'.(i.!i.7-1-'nU8yl'ranla IS; western lsv,
frV,J.i, .unla creamery prints VMS)
amery Kxtra so.
i ri S il.ms"' "esvern extra
. LIVE l'OULTHY.-Fowls. S (i SW
30, fair 25 s so.
. v .ui.ij.i u y
hM.KS1.s.".lbeheldon tUe cessment ot lttc,
- ' o, .vn ll.
April is. For Jlontour and Jit.
l'leisant, at our
April 13.--Fpr liemlpck, at the houso of Charles
Ulettlck, in Iiutkhom.
April u.-ror liadlton aud line, at the houso of
A..H1 AVKl bJPixb in Jerscjtowu.
April 15.-lor (ireenwood, at the houso of Abra-
, u"in iuimer, In jiiutUic.
April is. t or Jackson und kugarloaf, at the house
inn, ,- ' f,Vel 1,010 " hutrarloat.
April i,. tot lientou, attte houso of lllraiallesa
April m.-Fpr tishlngcrcek, at tho houso of Frank
...!., 1U liMlliwater,
Aprusa-ior urause. at the houso ot Ceorse
inn, o. ""Knan. In Orangevllle.
April ail-trre"lie, at the election house tn
April ss.-For icayer and Main, at the house of
-(, fuJllU la Heater.
April S3.-For Locust and ltoarlngcreek, at the
Anrll si uoS?'haa Knorr. Auuildla
April si ior eentialla and ConynEharo. at Ihe
April .'0.-l:or Catawlssa and ITanklln. at the
nm t bc!?'U.,.ei'ter K'stler, lu catawlssa.
April .-orW miln, at the house of Aaron II ess,
April Sti-For Iterwlc'k and Brlarcreek, at Ihe
Aunt 5u"Ke?' HeoAViKla'''1' rk.
April SK.-1-orfci-oit, at the house ot Jacob Miller,
tri,' "tsirofilceln Iilooinsburir.
I r i ue Assessors are required to clveeach tax.
?cDre3thS0Jp'i Ul30r "" valuattoi8?.1":
EUm'emirniFJii. I CCBira;s'0Ufl
vi" a kin i i i'i rrl. r - . V
A1T.ST1 . John IL aiS-t tii " ' w
commishioners' onice, lilooiusburK, March 16,
auatt oMMiatl luatlty, late nf araiiat liri..tfn'l
V flwtolslrailon In said "state 'haylnS
betu uranted to tne uuderslcmd aUmlnlsTrator.
fSM indebted to said estate are hereby no-
KMX iSLHS .. 9-
innrT.li Vu "'-'"rnm lue Millie lo
j 5o.paf unleWThe cla.ni7mVcoVr!:?iceDt
,o ti,;. . ar? Pfe'ituinary costs, 'ihose entitled
tolii bounty under the Act of is;a under a I t.
cent decisionshould li. advised. I wli Answer no
peciai atleullou to men who eulisttd for thte
Ciaiiii atom, VS. .'w m 'ormer business as
Liana AEeut for t ensions, uountv luci: vav a-i-