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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA,
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FRIDAY AlMmf 2371880.
(ORttkCT UitllUUll lilt TiBLk.
Traln9 on tho Philadelphia It H. leave import
as follows i
NORTH. , SOOTH.
6:35 a. in. 11:49 a. m.
3:42 p. m. 6:13 p. m.
Trains on the D. L. tt V. It. It. leave Bioomsbure
as follows t
6:31 a. m. 8:30 a. m.
10:21 a in. 11:44 a. m.
2.20 p. m. 4:34 p. m.
b:'Jo p. m. 8:47 p. m.
Trains on tho N. W. B; Railway pass Bloom
r irry us iumuwb :
lu:.V2 a. in.
B.av p. iii.
18:05 p. m.
4:15 p. ui.
Dr. Q. V. Mcars w'.ll sell valuable per
sonal property on the premises nt Numiilln
on Saturday May lHt., commencing at 2
o'clock p. m. Horses, wagons, sleighs
harness and household goods.
AlMtll. 2a. Tho administrator of Eliza.
beth I'ctcrman deceased, will sell valuable
town property, on Main street,lJloomsburg,
at 10 n, m.
Al'iMi. 28. II. II. Hulmc, executor of
Samuel Applemnn, deceased, will sell real
estate on the premises In Bonton township
Foil Hest. A frame house on Kerry road.
Inrpilic of Geo. E. Klwell. tf.
Foil Sale- House and lot on Fifth street.
Lot 40 by 200 feet. Also n vacant lot ad-
joining nbovo Very cheap. Inquire of
Geo. K. Elwell. If.
Fou Sai.s. A very desirablo property,
on Market street In tho town of Illooms.
burg, Pa. nearly opposite Ilev. D. J.
Waller. Lot (11 feet In width and 108 feet
In depth. An alley on tin: north and cast
lot of D. J. Waller on tho south. Market
street on the west. Tho dwelling houso is
a largo two story brick with Mansard roof
water, gas and sewer drainage, a good
large stable, good fruit, and good well of
Also n house and lot In Catnwlssn front
log on !)rd street, abovo Pino street, a good
two story frame dwelling house with two
story kitchen attached.
Michael F F.vmitY
April 7. '80. tf. Uloomsburg, Pa.
Foit Sale. Two houses and lots on
Canal street. Desirable, cheap homes, and
pay well to rent.
Also, ono of tho finest residences in
Uloomsburg, corner of Fifth and Centre
streets. Having nil tho latest improve
ments, steam heat, water, gas, water clos.
cts and bath room. Good bum, fruit and
ornamental trees, large lot. A rare chauce
for n fine homo. Apply to
J. II. Maize,
Cor. Main and Centre Sts,
Ex-Treasurer Johnson was In town on
C. U. Mendcnhall returned from Kansas
Judgo Elwell Is holding court In Wyom
ing county this week.
D. L. Chapln, n prosperous merchant of
New Columbus was In town Tuesday.
Slisscs Annie nnd Carrlo Jamison nre
spending their Easter vocation at home.
A. M- Dcwitt, tho Orangeville merchant,
lain Philadelphlii this week buying new
S. II. Hetlcr of Milllln was in town on
Tuesday, nnd was welcomed by his many
B. M. Stevens, of Benton township, was
In town on Saturday. He Is very active
for a man of bin age.
Mr. .aron Hcndershott is in poor health
nt present. Ho has been a falthtul em
ployee of McKclvy, Nenl & Co, and 1. W,
McKclvy their successor, for nenrly Ufly
David Lowenberg nnd J. M. Clark
Esq., drove to Sucarloaf on Tuesday on
busluess. Mr. Lowenberg found time to
catch a nlco mess of trout. Ho Is an e.v
A. Wolf of Shenandoah was In town on
Monday with n nlco team of bay horses,
Ho Is a dealer In horses and will be back
hero in about three weeks with a car load
of good stock. Parties wunting driving or
team horses should wait for him.
Dr. G. V. Mcars has determined to leavo
Nuraldla, und move to Fondulac, WIscon
sin. Ho will go In a few weeks. Ho is
gradualo of Jefferson College, Philadelphia,
and an intelligent and careful physician
and wo wish him nhundant success In his
Dr. John Wlnterstecn, n recent graduate
of tho samo institution lias purchased th
practice of Dr. Mears, and will movo
Nuraldla this week, wo aro informed.
All the new styles of wall paper at Mer.
I. W. Hnrtman Is brightening ur his
residence by a coat of paint.
Strawberry and early cabhago plants-
cheap at J. Garrison's, Oth street.
L. E. Wharv Is building a largo store
room for his stovo and tiu shop.
Call and sco the new styles for Spring
and Summer at D. LOWENBERG'S.
Wo nrlnt tho amended rules of tho
Democratlo party elsewhere in this Issue,
Cut them out for future reference.
Vapor for the parlor.slttlng room and hall,
Paper for tho bed-room, kitchen and all.
Tho improvements In H. W. Sloan's
tore room aro completed, and they exhibit
most excellent taste. The wood-work Is of
lUl 11 IS 111
Novelties In Kaiter cards at Mercer's.
M'Killlp, artist, uioomsuurg. lustaulnno
oous pictures. 4ti
8llU MciUc'11 Bdcty will meet In
Wllllamsport In tho early part of Jutie.
H. 0. Kslilcmnn moved In tho dlrton
property on Uentro street on Baturday last.
Tho Itennt.llrnn b.. r. . .
bo held at Hanlshurg, Wednesday Juno
30. g C8lIay Juno
ino grain and crass everywhere la look.
ngflne, Knd Indicate largo and nhundant
l 3, I
Ono hundred dlftc'rent styles nf niln
Inriow shades nt Mercer's. Prlen 1(1 rta
A , . " '
A man was 8"ct on our Btronln Thiir,lnl, I
n I... . i i.i . - 1
' week with a fine string of eels, tho
first of tho season.
Tho newest stylo, the largest stock,
the lowest prico can nlways be had at
Tho Miss Miller property on Centro St.,
was conecleit with tho sower last week.
ii. U. tableman & Co. did the work.
On Monday last a charter was urnntpd
to tho Susijuehanna Manufacturing Com.
pany oi r.spy, with a capltol of $a,000.
Mr. Hugh lJucklngham delivered a very
ntercstlng Physiological lecture at the
High school on Thursday of last week.
Just received n largo line of white
shirts, a marvel of cheapness, nt
43 cts. each. D. Lowenbcrg.
Ask your merchant for O. K. coffee.
ry u nDti you win use no other. It is
homo roasted. Always fresh and has no
equal. fm. 12 tf..
Prcjbytcry is In session at Orangovlllc.
A large number of clergymen of that de
nomination arrived hero on Tuesday and
were conveyed llienco In carriages.
.Mr. josialt Ulger was on tho streets
Thursday of last week with his Ice wagon.
I ho warm wave came upon us so suddenly
that matlu it an early demand for Ice.
Wnll paper 1 Wall paper ! Wall paper
Do you intend to paper a room ? If so,
be sure to call and see our paper before
you mako your selection. J. 11. Mercer.
Tho right place to get your Spring suit
made up in city style, full satisfaction Guar
anteed, js nt tho popular store of D. Low
enberg, tho merchant tailor of Columbia
e nre authorized to say that K. M.
Tewksbury, of CatawUsa, will be a candi
date for the legislature, subject to the do.
cislon of tho next democratic convention ol
If you want n nobby nnd stylish suit of
clothing, nnd n fit always guaranteed, call
on (1. W. Bertsch, the tnllor, and examine
his new and fresh lot of goods just re.
eelved from the city. 2t.
The Danville Ilecnrd advocates the eat-
ng of pie witli a kuifc. Wo would sug
gest to our contemporary that pie so tough
that it requires a knife to cut it, U u very
good artio o of diet to bo nyolded.
In order that no trouble may bo made
the parties who took those frames from the
hall in Clark's building last Friday night,
they had better return them nt once.
M. C. WoomvAHi).
Key. T. Dewltt Talmogc will lecture In
Danville next Thursday evenlne on "Bic
Blunders." A special train north will leavo
there at 11:10 after the lecture. Tickets
can be obtained atG. A. Clark's book store.
Rebecca Carmen, of Benton, has just re
ceived a large tissortmcnt of millinery and
fnncy goods, consisting of the latest and
newest styles in everything in her line,
PricBs as low as ever. Call and examine
John Heimiller, a boy about 1( years
old, was bound over to court on Friday
last, on ii charge of throwing a stone
through thu window of u moving passen
ger train on the D. L. & W. road, neur the
Wo have just received a case of 25,000
envelopes, in white and assorted colors,
which will bo sold lower than ever before,-
with name and business printed on them.
Send to the Columbian for prices of nil
kinds of job work.
Mrs. Ent is having her store room re
paired, making an entire new front to It.
It will be occupied by Mr. Chns. M. Diet-
rick, with hosiery, gloves, embroideries,
ifcc. Mr. Dietrich moves with his family
from Williamsport to this place.
meetiug of the Board of Trade was
held at the Exchange Hotel parlor on
Monday evening. The Commltteo on
Charter, Constitution nud By-Laws, made a
report, and It was adopted with a few
amendments Another meeting will bo
held next Monday evening at at 8 o'clock,
in the Wlnunn hall.
The Pennsylvania State Teachers' Asso.
claton will meet in Allentown, July u, 7
nnd 8. The following topics havo been se
lected for discussion: Defects in our School
Laws. Some Phase of the Normal School
Question. The Relation of Colleges and
Public Schools. Tho Study ol liirus.
Primary Work. What can Supplant the
County Institute ?
T.pttpra remaining in tho post office at
Benton for the week ending Apr. 17.
Mr. 8. B. Cowling, Mr. Joe Nlssley, Mr.
A. II. Wolf, Thomcy Grouse, air. nenry
Clark. Mr. Marcus Laimon, Miss Hannnli
noilson. Mrs. Liddie Care, Miss Frankle
1'ravls, Mrc Lizzie C. Oakes.
Ella E. Aitleman, P. SI
Tho city national bank of Wllllamsport
was closed niesuay uy uuu iuS,
United Slates bank examiner, for tho pur-
pose of Investigating its affairs.
leal cmbezzlcmeut of about 38,000 was
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d scovercu nuout a jui h"i
but as every assurance was given that tho
loss would bo mado up, tho matter was
kept quiet. Thero Is yet a deficit of &S0,.
000. Tho hoard of directors represent a.
bout two millions of wealth, so that It Is
altogether likely that tho matter will be ad-
lusted In a few days, in o arrests uayeoeen
List nf letters remaining lu tho I'oat Of.
tlce at Uloomsburg for week ending April
Miss Jfary Almond, William Ghlst, Mrs.
n.n. llnirenbuch. Fred V. J-OW, r.S(l Air.
I. H. Noycs, Mr, Lorenzo Ward.
ilr. D. 11. Kldcr, Maggie Hlppenstcel,
Mr. M. A. McClure.
Pnrsons calllne for these letters will
please say ''advertised."
Oaor.oK A. Ci.auk, I', M,
Abeautlfitl lino of Norfolk suits for
children, boys nnd youths at
Large doctor bills can bo saved If people
will Placo confidence lu the fact that most
of 11 o Ills flesh Is heir to can bo cured, by
ir1lr Hiitarrh KcmcilV. I'urlty tbo
i,inn.i. See advertisement.
llcaiitlful birthday cards at Mercer's.
Prom one cent to two dollars.
Don't fall to see thoso elegant neckties
for Hprlng and Bummer at 0. W. Ucrtsch's
Just fresh from tho city prices very low
for them. 2t.
The skeptical editor of tho
Sentinel snys "Tho first days of April were
dellBhtful spring days-ln tho almanac.
Flowc" ,,UIl ,OTl1' lnl fuU Woom-n tlic
window pots. Tho hlrds sang swcetly-ln
their cages. The fields and mountains nr.
nl ilin.Klvna In Lnatitlfnl annw. Tho
soft nnd pleasing mmmur of tho Utile
otrnnmlt.t nnlilit 1m llpltttl n't It ffnntlv
Um "ttndlly llowcd Into one's cellar.
The n,r WBs 114 4414 nm' balmy over tho
register from n good nnd vigorous furnace.
Tho spring bonnet charmed the beholder
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iroiu mo pages oi inn inauiuii iiiugiiiuiu.
Tho 8pr ' tt"M,0 wn9 au0ve tho average-
In umbrellas nnd gossamers. And already
there is a largo early spilng crop of rheu.
mutism nnd snlllles."
The Spring and Summer styles In hats
and caps cnu now be seen nnd had at G.
W. llcitfch's just fresh from tho city.
Please call and examlno them. 2t.
lev. Dr. Monroe on I.lcennc.
The Presbyterian church was crowd ;d
on Sunday night Inst with an nudlcncc
anxious to hear ltcv. Dr. Monroe preach
on tempclnncc, license, Ac. Tho largo
auditorium of the church was filled to
overflowing, and chairs had to bo set in
tho aisles. There was a large choir and
the service of song was quite beautiful and
culcrUtnlng. In addition to Dr. Monroe,
ltevcrcnds Laurie, Sleek nnd Woodcock
occupied tho pulpit -an array of clerical
talent before which tho devil might well
tremble and draw In his horns, to sny noth
lug of his cloven foot.
The sermon was able and very much to
the point. The Reverend gentleman took
advanced ground, even going so far as to
condemn the practice of putting the names
of hotel keepers nnd saloon keepers into
the jury-box. He did this on the ground
that ministers should not be afraid to speak
out what U in their minds, lutcinpcr.ite
or drinking men, he said, should not be
eltcted to mako our laws, nor should hotel
or saloon keepers be allowed to sit as
The discourse was-long nnd interesting,
hut the preacher somewhat mlscontrued
the Inw In regard to license. He seemed
to think that under the law of 1850 the
courts had no discretionary power In re.
gnrd to license, but were compelled to
grant licenses to the right sort of men,
wliiio under tho law of 1875 the courts
have full discretionary power to grant or
wlth.hold license, as they please. We
think this Is a mistake. Thu courts have
no more discretionary power now than
'hey had under the 1850 law, and they had
no less then than they have now. The
matter has always been discretionary with
the courts. We do not think that any law
was ever passed compelling the grautlng of
license at least wo havo never heard of
any suit being entered against any court
for refusing to grant a license. Be this as
It may, however, wo would rather have
tho law explained by n judge on the bench
thnn by a preacher In the pulpit. When It
entnes to the law of God, give us the preach
cr, but when ono of tho incomprehensible,
mixed up acts of a State legislature is to
be unraveled, wo prefer to have the work
done by one who has made it his study and
whoso duty it Is to expound It for tho
guidance of his fellow citizens.
But generally the sermon of Dr. Monroe
gave great satisfaction. It was logical,
eloaitent and pointed, and must have mado
old Satan blto hU lips with vexation. At
the same time we decline to concur with
the Reverend gentleman in the oplniou
that respectable landlords aro unfit to sit
as jiirors.-7?efbn(e H'afeAman.
Hurdle E. Deitrich, of VanCamp, died
last Thursday morning of typhoid pneu
monla, aged ab out 1G years. He was first
attacked with scarlet rash and taking cold
the worst typo of the first named disease
battled all mcdW-al nkill.
Mrs. Samuel P. Krickbaum nurrowly es-
caped with her life week before last bj'
falling down a flight of stairs, tho entire
distance, with swift and reel in her hands,
She had an ugly gash cut in herfoichcad
and wus otherwise badly bruised.
Mr. John Ashelmnn, one day last week,
when starting on a trip for building mater
ial, on leaning back to draw break, the
spring seat, not being properly adjusted
gave way and precipitated him on a stand.
ard, which fortunately did not prove fatal
though it was very painful.
We are having un old-fashioned Spring,
Our clock often takes n spree nnd then
g&es off au on awful strike.
It Is repotted that Peter J. Weaver'
family of children, near VntiCamp, nre all
sick with scarlet fever.
I am composed of 10 letters.
.My 2, 2, 3, 8, t), 10, is a city in Pa.
.My 7, 0, 3, H, 1), 10, is a man's name,
My 5,(1, 7, Is the shortnf l he proper name,
M- 7, 0, 5, is only a nickname.
.My 8, 'J, 10, is the prevailing fashion,
My 10, 9, 8, Is a negative.
.My 4, 1, 7, is n number.
My 0, 10, 0, is nlso a number.
My 7, 8, 9, 0, is an obligation.
My 4, 1, 2, is a shrub.
My 5, 0, 7,8, 0, 10, is a small vlllago in
My whole you often sec in a newspaper.
ANinel wnj lo .Hake Collection
Peoplo who llye In Elmlra, says an cx-
chauge,and who promise to pay their debts
nnd don't puy them, do not havo n very
good time this vcar. Some smart i unkeo
who settled In that town bethought him
self of a new stvlo of collection bureau
which is calculated to make things ex
ceedlngly interesting for folks who aro bad
pay. Subscribers pay a modernto sum
yearly and placo their bills in tho hands of
tho bureau managers. A collector is Iirsi
am I n citizen'! clonics, to bcu uiu utuiui
, , , ,,,.
if he can't get anything a second collector
cocs. who wears n striking uniform and
hat marked "collector" in very instinct
letters. Ho visits tho debtor three times
mill falllntr n third collector eoes out with
"collector of bail debts" conspicuously ills-
nlaved on his hat. He sees tho debtor
every day and Is also seen by everybody
In the debtor's orilce, so that tho money is
very apt to be forthcoming. In fact, tbe
success of the scheme Is aid lo bo phe
8, 0, 10, A weight,
4, 2, 8. A covering for tho head,
), 3, 7. Name of a horse.
!!, 2, 1, A tool used by carpenters.
7, 0, 0. A liquor.
My wholo Is tho name of a distinguished
Scott's Emulsion of Puro
Coil i.tvcrOU wltltliypoitltoMpliltcH
Is Itemarkablo as a Flesh Producer,
The Increase ot tlcsh and strength, Is per.
ceptlble Immediately after commencing to
use tho Emulsion. Tho Cod Liver Oil
emulsified with tho Hypophosphltes Is
1 mosi reuiutnuuio mi in ittmiufc, owcuSiutu-
B, and llesh producing qualities.
nui.iiH nv Tiirt democratic
I'AItTV OI' COI.UMIIIA. CO.
or TUB KLROTION OF DELEGATES.
I. Tho annual County Convention shall
bo held nt tho Opera House, In Blooms-
burg, on tho last Tuesday of July, nt 11
'clock a. m., and tho uclcgnto election
shall bo held on tho Monday before, at the
places of holding tho general elections In
the several election districts, between tho
ours of thrco and seven o'clock In the af-
II. The representation of districts In
County Convention shall bo In proportion
to tho Democratic vote of each as cost nt
the most recent election for Governor, but
tho wholo number ot delcantes shall not
exceed elghty-tlvo and no district shall bo
allowed less than two nor moro than four
III. Delegates shall be. allowed to dis
tricts upon n ratio of .sixty, voters for n
delegate, allowance being mado for the
argcat fractions ot n vote.
IV. Tho delegate elections shall bo by
ballot and shall bo held and conducted by
a Judgo and clerk, to bo selected by the
Democrats In attendance, and the said of
fleers shall determine all questions of tho
right to vote, keep a list of voters and tally
of votes counted, tolxs sent by them to tho
Convention with their certificate of the
result ot tho election, which certificate shall
be prima facie evidence of the persons
therein named having n right to seats In
V. All delegates must reside in tho dis
tricts they represent: and In case any dele
gate shall bo unable to attend he shall bo
allowed to depute In writing auottmr citi
zen of the district. But no other deputa
tlon or representation shall be albwed.
VI. It shall be a good cause of challenge
against any person offering to vote at any
dclcgato election that ho has voted against
Democratic candidates at Federal or State
elections within two yenrs, or has opposed
the Democratic ticket at the last preceding
election, or lias taken or agreed to tako
mo ney or other vuluablo thing, or any pe.
cuniary advantage, as a consideration for
its vole nt such delegalo election, or cor
rupted, or attempted to corrupt, any voter
of tho district with reference to thu same.
VII. Voters at delegate elections may
cast as many votes as there are delegates
to bo elected, but not more than one voto
for any one delegate. And In the case of
a tie vote between delegates, tho question
shall be decided by drawing lots: a tie
upon Instruction from a district, by divid
ing tho vote.
OP TUB CONVENTION.
I. Conventions shall be called to order
by the Chairman of tho Standing Commit
tee, or in his absence by some other mem
ber thereof, who shall entertain and put to
yotc motions for tho election of n i'resl
dent and two Secretaries for purposes of
II. All cases of disputed seats in Con
ventlnns shall bo disposed of openly by a
vote nttcr hearing the respective claimants
and their evidence,
III. The voting In Conventions shall bo
open, and nny two members may requiro
the veas andnavson unv nuest on Dcnd-
IV. In Convention a majority of all the
votes given shall be necessary to a nomina
tlon, nnd no person shall be peremptorily
struck from the list of candidates until
after the second vote, when the lowest
name shall bo struck oil, and so ou at each
successive second vote until a nomination
shall bo effected. Provided that In the case
of n nomination of two candidates for the
same otllcc at the samo time, it shall bo
necessary to a nomination that the candi
date shall rccclvo more than one-third of
the whole convention vote
V. All county nominations for officers
to be elected by the peoplo shall bo made
in and by the county Conventions, except
ns herein otherwise provided.
VI. Instructions shall be required upon
county nominations for which candidates
are announced in the newspapers, except
for Coroner, surveyor and Auditors and
delegates without such instructions shall
not be permitted to vote, and candidates
shall receive convention votes in proportion
to their voto in the respective districts.
Instructions shall uo recorded and an
nounced from the returns as votes given:
uninstructed votes to which a district shall
be entitled, shall bo cast by its delegation,
each member of which shall have an equal
Voting power upon tho nomination.
VII. In cases where instructions aro
not required by tho foregoing rule It shall
be ueccssary to tbe giving of instructions
that at least one-half the voters preseut at
the election shall take part In the proceed
lug of voting thereon.
VIII. Votes of instructions for cuidi.
dates shall bo recorded tu,d counted in
Convention; and voles In violation of In
structlnns shall be disallowed,
IX. In case of a, tie vote in Convention
made by instructions, the candidate who
has received the highest popular vote shall
bo declared nominated.
X. Votes less In number than a number
sufficient to elect a delegate cannot In
struct. And nil nominations mado or
votes elven lu violation of Instructions
shall bo void,
XI. No candidate having one-fourth of
tho instructed voto shall be allowed to
withdraw his name, but shall bo subject
to thcso rules,
XII. Tho County Convention shall an
utially appoint a member of the Stato Cen
In ...i. I... n nlilnn nt
iraioiuuiiuui-, wm, a.m.. uo u !,,..
tno couuiy, eugiuio ,iu uu.i.i.iuuuu lu.
I. If It shall bo made to appear to the
satisfaction of a majority ot a Convention
that any candidate before It for nomination
to any ofrlco shall havo offered or paid any
money or valuablo thing or mado any
promise of money or yalunble thing to
take effect In future, ns Inducement to any
delegate to voto for ulmi or to any other
person with tho view of Inducing or sccur.
Ing tho votes of delegates! or If tbo samo
shall bo dono by any other person witu tho
knowledge and approbation of such cnndl
dnto, the nnmo of such candldato shall bo
Immediately struck from tho list of candi
dates; or If such fact bo ascertained after
his nomination to any ofllce and before the
final adjournment, tho nomination shall bo
struck from tho ticket nnd tho vacancy sup
plied by a new nomination! and In either
caso such person shall bo Ineligible to any
nomination by it Convention, or to election
as a delegate, for a period of two years,
II. If any delegato shall recclvo any
.1,,,. .l0,lo ll.tm. nr nnvnnril.
i. uuj . U.. w ... ,,"',,,"'
nlary advautago to bo paid, delivered or
secured in future, either to nimseit or any
other person for him, from any candldato
or other person for such candidate, ns an
Inducement for his vote, or under any oili
er nreloxt upon proof of tho fact to the
satisfaction of a majority of tho Convcn
tlon, such delegato shall bo forthwith ex
nelled and shall not bo received as a delo'
gate to any future convention for a period
ot two years, and during that tlmo shall
also bo Ineligible for any party nomination.
Cases arising under this and tuo ucxt pre
ccdiug rulo Bhall have precedence over all
all other business Iu Convention until dc
111. No porson shall bo cllglbto to n
nomlnntton by a Convention who has op
posed tho Democratlo ticket at tho next
IV. No member ot tho Legislature (hall
bo chosen by this county as a dclcgato to
tho Btato Convention during his term of
OP Till STANDING COMMITTEE.
I. Tho StnndlngCommtttce shall consist
of ono member from each election district,
who shall bo elected by tho Dcoplo at tho
delegate elections, who shall choosejthe.r
own Chairman; and any five ot them shall
bo n quorum, when called together by tho
II. The Standing Committee shall,
whenever necessary, iflako nn apportion
ment of delegates to tho several districts
under these rules nnd publish it, with the
rules as amenucu, in me ucmocrauu ucw-1
paper oi urn cuuoh. umwu
Deroro eacii annual convenuon.
Tf r t .. . . - .1. .1 -tt. .1 I
ill in lllG CH8U Ul IUU Ul'UlU UlAHUft- I
tlon or removal or nny canumave pui in
nomination by the Convention, before tho
clccttou: a now nomination of n candidate
shall be mado by tho Standing Committee
called together for that purpose by a public
notice, from among citizens cllglblo tin
IV. If a State Convention shall happen
at a season ol the year previous to tho
regular meeting of the County Nominating
Convention; then and In that case tho
Standing Commltteo called together for
that purpose, by public notice, Bhall elect
tho representative delegates for tho county
aud shall appoint senatorial conferees from
among citizens eligible under these rules,
to select senatorlnl delegates.
V. Thu Chairman shall call a special
meeting of tho Standlne Committee, upon
request In writing of any five members;
end In tho call he shall state the business
or purpose of the meeting; and no busi
ness shall be transacted other than that
mentioned in the call.
VI. Special conventions may bo called
when necessary, by the Standing Commit
tee, tho proceedings of which shall con
form to these rules.
VII. 1 lie standing Committee may
examine nny charges which may bo made
to them, of violation of law or Democratic
rules by any candidate in connection with
the delegate election or convention, when
tho convention Is not In session, and it
such charges shall be sustained they shall
take all necessary steps to vindicate tho
law and the rules of the party.
OF TOE liUI.ES.
1. Thcso rules or any ono or more of
them may be altered, amended or rescinded
at any regular Convention by a voto of two-
thirds of tho wholo number of delegates
tn the Convention
A Had Affair.
Our people were shocked Monday even.
ing to learn that G. L. Kostcnbauder had
committed suicide In the shoemaker shop
at the rear ot bis storo on Main street. The
affair occured about six o'clock, ho being
alone in the building at tho time, Mrs,
Kostcnbauder and the clerks having gone
lu pper. me means cmpioyeu wtw
large-sized revolver, tho bullet entering his
head just back of the right eyo and passing
directly through the head, the ball showing
through nt tho left temple. He had appar
ently gone back Into tho shoemaker shop
soon after bis wife left the store, and sitting
down upon the work-bench, placed the
muzzle of the pistol against Ills head and
pulled tho trigger. The body was first dis-
covered by Mrs. Kostcnbauder upon re
turning from supper, and the alarm given,
Help was Instantly at hand, Drs. Vastlne
and J. K. Iloblns responding, but it was
too late, as death had probably been almost
instantaneous. The only cause that can bo
assigned for tho rash act is temporary iu
sanity, us all who saw Mr. Kostcnbauder
during the day noticed that ho seemed in
excellent spirits and looked better than ho
had for months before. Esquire Ellis held
an inquest upon the spot, nnd a verdict of
suicide was rendered in accordance with
tho abovo facts, Tho funeral will take
placo from tho late residence of tho deceas
ed on Main street this(Thursday) afternoon
at 2 o'clock, Interment in Greenwood ccmc.
Mr. Kostcnbauder was about thirty-four
years of ageand leaves a wife und two
bright children, besides a mother nnd sister,
to mourn his untimely death. The heart
felt sympathy of tho whole community is
with the family in their bereavement.
CutuvUm News Item.
Easter cards In great variety of style and
price at Mercer's.
' IvrtHter HervlccH.
Early services at St. Paul's P. E. Church
next Sunday at 0 o'clock will embrace un
usually attractlvo music. The quartette
ctyolr has been rehearsing under tho direc
tion of Prof. Allen, and tho following is
the musical programme:
openlni; Voluntary silver Trumpets. Vlvlanl
Opening Anthem Christ Is risen Dr. Elvey
Aniueui-curisi our rassover. uuuppie
Gloria 1'atrl , Lamblllolte
f estival To leiun Jliuara
i-estivai Juouiuc. uerir
Hymn He la rben Meander
Voluntary Tbemo with Variations batiste
Offertory Sentence Gounod
Anthem Alleluia. Wilson
1'Oitlude Grand Triumphal March Morgan
At half-past ten thero will be a sermon
and communion, and chlldrcns' service In
tho evening at 7, The public Is invited.
Gents' furnlsMng,goods of nil description.
nml nil nf tlin Ifttpst stv1p ran Tia liol ot (I
I J '
w.UcrUch's-a new Involco of them just re.
ceWedi CaU an(j CXBmlne tUem before
If you want to send an Easter grectlngl
to a frleud, select a card at Mercer's.
Many persons have catarrh In Its first
1 -- -- -- "' - -
vero and stubborn cold In tho head. Ely's
Cream Halm eives Instant relief from colds
In the head, and a thorough treatment will
cure catarrh. For salo by every druggist
in ttie land.
Tins Mikado. A book containing the
complcto words and music nf tbo m st
beautiful songs ot tho "Tho Mikado," tho
latest great comicopcra by uuuert & hu l-
vun, will bo scut, postpaid, to any iiildresB
on receipt of ten cents In stamps. Ten ex
quisitely colored picture cards accompany
eacn booK, lbo Mock rublisniug Uo., OliS
Washington street, is. x.
1IELCHEH OHEEN. At tho residence
nf Ur Allnn Rlinllinmmn. A rt.tl A 1...
" " "J
Ilcv. D. P. Kline, Mr. D. II. Belcher,
Franklin Furnace, N, J,, to Miss Lottlo
Qrecn, of Fowlersvillc, Pa.
WETHEHLY PATTERSON. At Or-
angevlllc, l'a., by Hoy. 0. K. Canfleld,
April Oth, 1880, U. J. Wctherly, M. D of
Keystone, Kan,, nnd Delia, oldest daughter
of Archibald Pattcisou.
nKlTHlCII.-Dled near VanCamp, on
Thursday, April 10, 1880, Hardy Deitrich,
aged 15 years, 8 months and 18 days.
Tho best ono-dollar black silk In town.
Wc will gtiarantco every yard. If It cuts
or breaks wo win givo another arccs. 11.
Fon Bale. Clovcrsccd. timothy seed.
ihotes, calves und nil kinds of lumber,
Boards, rails, 2x4, scantling, joist, plank,
lath, chestnut, hemlock and pine, Not. 1,
2, and 3 shingles, pine boards and siding,
surfaced, white pine, yellow pine nnd hem
lock Mooring, plastctlng, lath, pickets, &c,
at Ltghtstrcot, by Silas Young. m.20-2m
houses, building now ones Ac. Go to 1,
w. iiurtman is Bon's to get your goods.
Ladles vou can get a beautiful shoe.
I and chcip, too, by calling at J. A. Hess'
store, opposite Episcopal church.
They como to Uloomsburg to buy their
l. w. iianman aon uavo
Hot rolla at PhUlipa bakery every day
at ha f nast four. In tlmo for inn. Trv
,1Uc peopl(J nro comng lo Uloomsburg
this Spring to buy their dress goods. I.
W. Hartman & Son's stock Is attractive,
Another disc of flno ready trimmed hats
ibllc atul bonnets from New York city Just re
nder eelved nt Mrs. C. E. Itabb's, Main Street,
I ntinnaltii OirrnlPa r.ip..t,iii.n .InM
opposite CorreU's furniture store.
109 nieces of clnzlinnis ,ind seersucker
this week nt I. W. Ilartman & Son's.
Phllllns' ico cream narlors havo been
newly furnished, and creams of all tho
popular tlnvors aro served daily.
They come from eighteen to twen tv miles
tip the creek to seo I. W. Ilartman k Son's
Bcforo innklnir vour mirchnsrs nf
unts nnd bonnets call at Airs. C. K. Habb1
and cxnmlno her fine stock.
Fine shoes for ladies, cents nnd children
nt J. A. Hess' boot nnd shoo store, opposite
Look at tho colored silks In our window
that havo been reduced to one dollar. II
Pure New York
state maple sugar at
When vou como to town call and sec tho
nne assortment oi shoes at J. A. tless'.
htono ware, milk riots, cream nots. lues
&c just la at I. W. Hartman & Boa's.
Parties and families supplied with Ice
cream at Phillips bakery.
Fine 0-4 Nuns velllncs for mourninz veils
at ii. u. oioan'8.
Gents fine shoes, c ood nualltv and cheat)
at J. A. Hess-, unn and examine bciorc
Infant Swiss cans as low as SO cts. and
Mikado veilings in air colors at S3 cts. nt
Mrs. C. E. Ikbb's.
Decorated dlsr.es 84.00 to .122.00 ner
set in i. iv. iiartman & coirs.
Why every ono needs, nnd should take.
1st: Because the system is now in its
greatest need. Hood's Sarsaparilla gives
2d: Because tho blood Is sluggish and
Impure. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies.
ad: Uceausc, from the above facts,
Hood's Sarsaparilla will do a creatcr
amount of good now than at any other
yrkta riaby wu tick, wa gar her CwtorU,
mwihtwui Child, she erled for CutorU,
When ihe became Idea, dtag to CeetorU,
Whea (he had Children, th gave them CutorU,
Thero Is nothlne like Dr. Thomas Eclee-
trie Oil to quickly euro a cold or relievo
hoarseness." Written by Mrs. M. J. Fel
lows, Burr Oak, St. Joseph Co., Mich.
You can't work to much nurnoso unless
you aro well, but you cau build up your
ncniiu and sireng'ii witu ranter's ionic,
and work will then become easy. It sets
the lunes. liver and kidneys in worklue
order, uouctis ana colds vanisn before it
Take it in time. a-04t.
Sufferers from kidney nnd liver troubles,
the direct result of vitiated blood and weak
organic movement, will find Simmons
Liver Keculator u true remedy for these
complaints. It Impairs new life to the
blood and renews nna strenelliens tho en
tiro system, uy promoting tno nenituy te
non or me uvcr nnu Kionoys.
"I havo been troubled with liver com
plaint, kidney disease and bad blood for a
long time. 1 have used Simmons Liver
Regulator, and it hns done me moro good
than all tho medicine I ever took. I would
not bo without It. G, H. Pkatt,
"U. S. Deputy Collector, 2d Dis't, Ga
Is vour baby cutting teeth ? Is It fretful
and irritable ? No need for baby to sutler
so. Get Dr. Hand's Teethlni: Lotion and
bathe Its gums, aud the teeth will appear
witnout pain, it is perioctiy Harmless, sac,
How many bald heads you see. Work
worry, disease, dissipation. Theso do it,
Parker's Hair Balsam stops falling balr and
restores gloss and youthful color. Except
tonally clean, elegant, n po.'iect dressing
not greasy, prevents dantirun.
It vou use porous plasters the best and
strongest one Is the Hop Plaster. They
Kill pain and strengthen mo parts. A
great many peoplo say so. 2.1c. nt dealers,
Your system is now more susceptible to
thu benefits of a reliable medicine than nt
any other seasou. Tako Hood s Sarsapa.
G. W. BERTSCH,
THE MERCHANT TAILOR.
Gsnts Fur&ishing Goods, B&ts & Gaps
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Suits mtule to order at short notice
i . i . i . i ,.
,i uuu a iiiaiwiivu uunruiuceii ur uu euir.
SlnAh. largest and best
Store next door to First National Ilank,
L. E. Klotz,
-SOLK AC! ENT FOU-
(Specially adapted for communication In
For the Counties of Carbon, Columbia, Le
high, Luzerne, Lackawanna, .Monroe,
Montour. Northampton, North
umberland and Schuylkill.
Also, Agent lor tuu
mm ol Arc and Inca.n-
AND PKALKH IN
and Appliances ot all kinds. Hotel
und House Annunciators, Burglar
Alarms, Electrlo Door Hells,
Lightning Arresters, Elec
tric Qas Llehtlntr. &c.
Estimates gtveu on all work ou application
j". u. Address,
L E. KLOTZ,
MAUCll CHUNK, Pa
(Solicitors and Agents wanted.
OF UNSEATED LANDS
IN COLUMMA COUNTY, PXNNA.
Br virtue of minclrr sets of General Aiwmblr of
tho Commonwealth or ifnnsjltunla, relating to
the sale ot seated and unseated lands in the
county of Columbia etc. tor taxes due and unpaid.
i win uiiit iu puuno Huie at me court iiousu, m
the town of Uloomsburg, on the Second
MONDAY OF JUNE A. D. 1880,
at 10 o'clock a. m. the following described pieces ot
land or such part thereof as mar be nccunarr to
satlsfr tho amount of taxes due and unpaid
against the samn, and continue the same from da y
to day as the Borne may bo found necessary.
TKItMB OH HALK.
Ihfl amount of taxe and font must ha nftld
when the land Is struck off or the sale maybe
void and the property put up and resold.
UNSEATED LAND OF COLUM
BIA COUNTY 1880.
No, ACRSS. WASRANTKI OROffNVS
400 11 lliiker, Jacob dee'd.
...I 42 17
.... 1 74
.... 5 21
.... 10 S3
l lot neaver, Charles
3" 1 leaver, .letwe
Kl Acres llrockwuv. C. It
165 " "
" and Abbott
imit anu ungcr dhi
Hover. T. H..
1410 teres Columbia coal Iron Co..
Cot, C 8. Kx. Tench Cox..
ISO acres Davis, Isaac ,. ,
I'liTia, Aiunuuy ..,
Downs. John ,
Fry, v H
Oearhart, Wm ...........
HolTman, E. (1
Ilarner and Jester
n) acres llauck, Jonathan
Hoats, Charles John s 07
" " 5 2
Illnderllter, Sarah A....
Lawrence. V. K
.... 5 21
... 13 50
... 10 03
.... is n
... 12 18
... 18 19
.,. 8 07
.... 0 31
... 21 62
... 27 00
.... 14 S3
BOO acres Mann and Milter
300 ' Moore, Wm
too " Mclternolds, 11. W
loo " Mlnlck, Conrad
43 " " l'ctcr
loo " " Bcnj
4 lots Maston. wm
Ho acres N'uniresscr, Geo
o iota raiienwn, j. u
3 " luce, Clarence
91 acres ltlce, John
35i " lllchart, Charles nr....-.:
400 " " " ......
5 " " "
132 " . " " .
a lots KUinrora, uamuei & io.
31! ltuthford, Samuel ....
2 acres Shuman, Thomas
2A1 " swank, Daniel ,
140 " scnweppenneiser, i.
s " snuman s ,-uicnaei
3 lots shtck, J. J
.1 " smith. 1. W
224 acres Shuman, F. I.
Scott. Peter 101
2 Vastlne, I). K 3 48
ii i' Valkenard. C. J 10 3S
25fi3 acres West It Coal Co 346 27
s lots weuei, v. s . s
3 " v erkhclser, Samuel 2 or!
3 " Wood, Augustus & 21
89 acres Wheeler. Wm 3 33
2 stlney, Martin 6S
3 lots ITout, Margaret 34
.33 acres Miller, Adam 20
43 acres Albertson, Clarence 1 SO
Id " Dodson, Geo 0
S3 " Wells, John t 00
v of 200 Apple. Paul 9 73
2-t acres clem, ltev. W. T 1M
300 " Doty, Tealer Stewart 1123
i " 0 S3
" " 3 75
' .. 0 3-i
150 " "
100 " " "
V Ot 200 " "
,VOtl50 " "
hi Of 103 " "
V Of 250 " "
25 acres Evans, Francis
60 acres Freas, Wm. 11
14 " Houck, Samuel........
.... 1 10
son " lteccer, Abraham
7 " Ktinger, Lizzie
7 " stokes. Olden
7 " Trough, Henry estate..
11 " Eckrotb, (leo
7 " Stout, Kills
51 acres Urobst, J s.,
Klase & Yetter
Weaver, Ellas , ..
Klnter, ltobert 13 63
Newell, Fied 1 as
Yetter. Lewis estate . 47
" 1 ss
lllilil nite rs 47
ciewell. Joseph estate 4 70
Krum, Ellas - 3 22
i'erry, Wm 3 36
llower, Moses . 1
lfAtrertv. James 50
lleitron, Philip.... 7 40
Holmes, Thomas 3 36
If high & Mahanoy It. It. .
oerUhty, Thomas'. .'
Steel, Oeo. W.........
Lehigh k Mahanoy It. It.,
Lougblln, Bridget ......
Qulgley, Mrs, Margaret 50
liengniy, mourns dw
llanley, John 0..... 3 36
Sb acres Adams, EnoaL,
2 lots Brobbt Thomas
35 acres Conner, II. J. & M. F
1 lot Derllng,.Wm.....
3" Press, Andrew estate
7 acres Fritz, Wm. estate
3 " Good, Jacob estate -.
70 " HaKenbuch, Um
in 14 llagenbuch, Wm. Br. cstato...
34 " Hoffman, Wm. estate ,
1 lot Hess, Eflle
3 " Marcb, Itebccca
1" Nungesier, Sarab,... ..........
1 " snonsler, Jacob
1 acres Klrkendall 4: Creasy
5 " Achenbach, Samuel
429 acres Beam, Joshua
A lots Brockway, c. B
ii" " " '.T.'".'.'.!.!!
1 " nrt-flto. Bernard
2" Fetteralf, Michael
112 acres Huston, John
232 11 Kline, John L
1 lot itrumiT, a. w
MlUarit, o. 11
Morris, Anna U
lthawn. CasDcr - .,
3M acres liuston, Mary
n " iiusiod, i nomas
100 ." Men. Jacob
401 " Young, John
40 " nrrisn, ltobert
8 " wamer, iwis
4 lots Mourc-y, John
4 " " '
4 " " "
2d acres AUegar, John 'KaV
ai " Dresher.lJohn
sou " Doty realer k Stewart....
; forces irawioru .
vti " rurvLTiieo .
'jo 44 Harrison John
201 11 Hoffman Freas
10 44 llulm wm
200 44 Kindt John co
140 44 Lemon Thomas
(ti " juciienrj v. u. s uaDiei.....
17 44 " K.J
15 44 Parka James 11
Ml " H0UDID3 Win A...
to 44 Hlchard Lewis
Ill 44 ltelchart Charles
loo 44 itoooms r.n
on 44 liutcnison nioa j ,
44 l'ealer Goo
20 44 Connor Maggie U
Mwanlc (leo ................
Vought K Howell
OHEEN It 001),
Albertfcon Miles and flartley.,
Patterson M J..
Campbell N I...,
Mcrld II li....,
Neal Pureell .
50 do Frtck (leo A..
8(0 do do
luu do Hess lionjamln
4 do Miller ('has H' .
2-ts do Miller Neyhart S2
216 acres 44 44 , 31
13 44 Kitchen. James w . 1
62 44 Mcllenry, ltohr
5 44 Keelcr, J. It
80 acres Den-alt, Geo , 10
:63 4! Kterhart. John.,
64 14 Geraghly, Thomas
23 44 Kline, John L.
30 44 lADgenberger, Philip
100 14 Snyder, Jeremiah
23 acres cox.Joel. .
Six) 44 Eves. Charles.. , ,,
33 14 Hcndershott, E,
4i 44 lleldenrlnl, Tobias, ,.
17 14 Khmer, James
53 44 Ileudertihoit, Erastus
6 44 dingles, T. II ... . ...
12 44 Welllver, Dinlel estate
94 acres flrockway Knt...
7 i.raver, Aaroa tt H
s " (Icarhirt. Jonah .
33 " JllnderUtcr, Henry..,
10 " Miner, ii. u. caiaio...M, ..........
4 " MO'iscr. Kmanuei ....
474 " rcnnoclc, C, K. CO-... - t
eon " lticnart, cnanes.i,
M ' " " ..
1W " Shuman, Itcubcn...,... .w
;i or loo runicK, uroirn, leuer c iieucn,,
2.1 acres Rhuman, John
" nnumao, w. -r.,,.. M
10 " Hhuman, Wiles K
I " Hnrdcr. Aoranem
ton Hwnrti Hhepp Co .......
loo Yettcr, Isaac .
3 " nnnman, jiaiiuas ....
1,1 Honor, Michael ..
IS acres AtCA Thoinas., , .
Atrn, S. V
lu " Creasy, Henry....
10 " iienderauotu catnanne..
70 " Jacoby. o. A ......-
200 Kramer, A. W,.,...,.
S3 Michael, John
Hcaslngcr, Wm. ........
iter, w. J...
rarks, James, ILtA.V.
HchwepnenhclKr t. K
schweppenhelser, li. I',,
Hwanlf, 8. II
Yohe, Jacob estate
91 acres Creasy, Jacob ...
i.igcr. iui uara ...
S7 seres Crouse, lllram Andrew Jr..
iu " dticuuy & uupfn,
in Jacoby, Hainuel
10 " Nhallcr, Matblas ..........
19 acres Kverllt, oabrlel estate. 2 3d
hj iiagenuucn, jcrcmian
1! 44 Hews Jeremiah
loX" Hldla IjvL
xlot Coleman Ova R
80 ncies Patterson M 11
muer MlcbaeL... .....
Kline Jacob dee'd,
Prick Oeo A I2t0
40 acres Drebeh Jacob.
12 44 44 44
.. 13 26
.. I 11
.... 1 43
.. 17 IS
llamcs Tlios Jr .........,,
Cox C 8 Ex ot Tench Cox.....
Huston John ...
Wltchey John. .. 9 45
Yocum Klltah ...,
Yetter Lewis Est .
Trlen Jacob.. . . .'. J.'.'.'.'.'
Shoup Abraham ....
Dearer ieoJ L Kline...
Hellas Wm a 20
nucxaiew james list,
Cole Keklel ,..
Cole Thomas II ..
Chapln J F
Custer Mary. ....
llesn Jos o
Hes Crevellnir fYL
Jot 119 Hess tvesley
Mot 119 44
19 acres Hartman Jesse .
narvey J r m Hmitn .
Savage Joshua Eat.
Mcllenry E J
Buckalew Evan.! "'.'.!.'.
rp REA8 iTKEIt'S SALE
SEATED LANDS IN COLUMBIA
Also the following lota. Illnron Anil nuMbi nf
seated lands returned by the tax collectors, in to
iro muiu ui 1110 same lime uaaer tne provuloos or
an Act or Assembly entitled ,4An Act roiatlngto
tbe sale of lands for taxes In Columbia countyi"
approved March (th, IMS.
No. Acres. WiRRiXTXB on Ovmm.
. 1 so
, 30 40
. 39 ST
. 2i as
. US 72
. 33 50
I lot Losec, J. A. agent
I 44 Maston, Wm....
4 lots names, Chas. It.
I I t McAfee. John
M acres Barnes, Chas .,
o iota .naston, jtre. wm..
2 44 Kflpt, A. II
2 acres Ahlemnn. chant
10 44 Markle llroa. l!n
317 44 Miller. Longenberger Fisher..
uitucr, uucou ar..
Albertson, Samuel R.
iniraell, Eltsha .
4 acres Klefer, Jacob estate
10 44 Price, Jonas
1 lot Langdon, Mrs. Thomas deeM 18 tt)
1 1ft. n(v.n U'n.
383 acres cummfngs. ib'si. "i"co Mi ia
Murphy Hughes Co..
400 acres Nathaniel Brown tract..
1 wt itenron, rniup
44 Oulnn. Catharine
Jtf 44 Koons, nenry
X " Mornson, jamm
18 acres Koller. John w
X lot Buss, Anna
I lot niklngton, r. K .,
tt acres Moore, Lafayette
si " Moore, A. 1....
23 acres Thomas Slate Co
U lot Marshall, Wm. S
1 44 Kuge, John
10 acres lilllaspy, Wm. estate.....
)i lot vanhorn, Wm
110 acres Chamo-rlala, Lewis
H7 ' fjv.l4 mi.n
33 1 Young. Lowta C. ..'... V.
is 44 Keller, Jacob 24
1 acres Ithoads, Susan......
170 acres Trotnbower, A. C. ...
130 - Kvea, Charles w
to 44 Eves, Charles
a 44 HouwaiHl Krom
170 44 Hill, Jesae
70 44 fox, Wm. It
21 acres Btttenbender, Conrad....
Hot Kelchner, Jacob K.
15 acres Benneld, Thoinas
23 44 Howcr, Charles E.
67 acres Crouse, Nelson...,.....
1S3 acreu ltobblns, Joshua
Drelblebls, Jacob estate..
Kline and Patterson,...,.
Menlenhall, Ellas ss 33
do do 14 ta
Welsh, Abncr ....... 7S 60
ltunyan. Ezra estate ..,.. 1 23
Parker, John II 3 40
7 acres Columbia LtmeStons Co... ft 20)
M acres Hess, Lavlna.. 40
4 44 Kase,JohnL. it
W 44 creveUng. J. 11 m 50
SI 44 Albertson, Jesse 1 20
PETEK A. EVANS.
Treasurer's ofllce, uloomsburg, March Mtti, lsss.
April , isss-do,
PILES OR HEMOHHHOID8. ULCERS
Assure. Itching, fistula. c. cured witnout
pain by tho Iikixiikuoh' Tkiutiiixt. Illustrated
paiwrs explaining the system and contalnlns ret
erencra Hent tn. Address
J. W. GOOTADGE. M. JD
208 Wyotning Ave, Scrantoii, J'a,
TO FARMERS !
Any one in wantot tbe
Glnfis Feed Fertilizer, Grain
Drill, Cider Mill or any
thing Manufactured by
tho Company, cau
get them of
TTOTIOE To" BTOCKIIOLDER8 I
llie annual meetlxgof the stockholders ot thu
North and West llrauth Hallway Co. Is called for
Tuesday, April 7, lxs, at u o'clock a. ia., at 234
South Fourth street, Pbllsdelphla. Election lor
1'rcoldciit aud Direct oris same day and tilnce.