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"fIUDAyTmAY 14, 1880.
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Important to IiivestarH.
The boroufih of Ccntrnlla desires to fund
its Indebtedness of $13400 at a rate of In
terest less than six per cent. The nssesscd
valuation of tlio borough of 1885 was $211,.
000 on which a special tax of 8 mills h
levied nununlly to llquldato tho above In
debtness. Tho Interest Is promptly paid
semi-annually April nnd October.
Proposals will be received for tho whole
or i part of the amount specifying the
rato of Interest until May 20, 1885.
Ily order of tho borough council.
J. J. Williams, 1'res.
Attest Tnos J. Hkrsk Secty.
Ccntralla May 4th. 18S0.
Fen Sale. A good horso sultablo for all
worn. Inquire nt Phillips' Domestic link
ery. Fort Salk. Bay maro, flno driver, single
or double. Five years old. Inquire nt
Iluckalcw's livery stable.
tf. , . CD. Hl'IOKLMBYKIt.
For Salk, A very dcslrablo property,
on Market street In tho town ot Hlooms.
burg, Pa. nearly opposite Kev. D. J.
Waller. Lot 01 feet In width and 198 feet
In depth. An alley on the north and cast,
lot of 'D. J. Waller on the south. Market
street on the west. The dwelling house Is
n largo two story brick with Mansard roof,
water, gas and sewer drainage, a good
largo stable, good fruit, nnd good well of
Also n house and lot in Catawlssa front
log on 3rd street, above I'ino street, a good
two story framo dwelling houso with two
story kitchen attached.
Michael F Eyerly
April 7. "80. tf. Bloomsburg, Fa.
For Sale. Two houses and lots on
Canal street. Desirable, cheap homes, and
pay well to rent.
Also, one of tho finest residences In
Bloomsburg, corner of Fifth nnd Centre
streets. Having all the latest Improve
ments, steam heat, water, gas, water clos
ets and bath room. Good barn, fruit and
ornameutal trees, large lot. A rare chance
for a line home. Apply to
J. II. Maizk,
Cor. Main and Centre Sis.
Miss Sado Deilckson is the guest of Mrs.
J i. J.Waller Jr.
Judge Iram Derr was among the prom
inent attendants at court this week.
Dr. Ran3on of Pittsburg was In town
this week as a witness In a caso in court.
Hon. S. P. Wolverton was concerned in
a caso that was tried in court this week.
W. A. Marr Esq. of Ashland spent a
couple of days on legal business in town
J. Howard Kline stattcd for his new
home in Ohio on Tuesday. After ho gets
things in shape he will return lor his
Kev. J. M. Helmensnyder of Lewistown
is visiting friends in this section. He gave
a very entertaining sermon in the Lutheran
church last Sunday morning.
For croquet sets go to Mercer's, SO cents
L. D. Kase is building nn addition to his
barn on Fourth street.
Wall paper, new patterns. Prices as low
as any at George A. Clark's Book Store.
Kev. JI. AV. Buck will preach a German
sermon in tho Evangelical church on next
Sabbath, at 3 o'clock.
G. M. & J. K. Lockard have tho con.
tract for building U. H. Campbell's new
houso on Fifth street.
Prof. H. W. Munder has opened a danc.
ing school In Winona hall. His class days
are Tuesdays and Thursdays.
C. M. Dlctrlck opened his new store m
Mrs. Ent's, building on Monday. His show
windows present a very attractive appear
ance. Edward Jacobs Jr. has bought Hellly's
billiard and pool room In Knorr & Winter
steen'a hall. Ho took possession last week
Hellly's bath-rooms in tho Exchange
Barber shop aro now In complete orking
order. All who would wash and bo clean
can bo accommodated.
F. D. Dentler has a very handy little
porket Instrument that embraces a shoo
buttoner, a nail cleaner, cutter nnd flic, for
sale at his store, for 25 cents.
J. W. Ylngcr, tho Briarcreck grocer
sells tho best of roods. slues a song well,
and tells many good stories. Ho gets his
printing dono nt tho Columbian otiicc.
Among tho exercises of tho public school
closing on Monday, we have heard the op.
eretta of tho "Threo Llttlo Kittens," con
ducted bv Thos. Metherell, spoken ot us
ono of tho best.
On Wednesday of last week F. M. Ever
ett nnd K. O. Eat took about 5000 trout to
tho headwaters to restock tho streams.
They were sent to F. M. Everett from tho
Fish Commissioner at Washington.
Wo havo received several newspapers
from Kinsas, and from somo advertise,
ments In them wo notlco that Harry F,
Shaiplcss formerly of this town Is a Notary
Tubllc for Ford county in that state.
O. L. 8ands went through town on
Wednesday with a largo plcco of new ma.
chlnery for the woolen mill at Mordansvllle,
It Is an automatic spooler, of tlft latest
pattern, and will bo a great addition to tho
J. 11. Ilobtson, Esq., mado tho closing
speech for tho defense In tho arson case,
occupying 6" hours, In which ho fully ills,
cussed every point In a forcible and clo
qucnt inannor. Tho speeches of all tin
counsel concerned were ablo efforts.
Major B. P. Hanley, of Berwick, was
admitted to tho bar on Mouday last, having
passed a highly creditablo examination for
admlfslon. Ho is a gentleman of scholarly
attainments, an excellent speaker, and has
n host of friends who will congratulate
liimupoo hlsentcrluga profession which
bo Is so welt calculated to adorn. Success
o you, Major.
Ico cream In various llavors always at
"J"' 'at defies that competition nt
Joseph Knclly Is runnlnir thn lliilmn mill
-liovn Benton. Joo Is n eood mlllei.
U. W. Funston has n dlsnlav nf M,.vf1r.a
and parts for samo In tho post office win
dow, Spectacles and cycclassea all nrlrra nt
Clark's Book Store, Exchaligo Hotel Build-
Mr. Daniel O'Neill and Mum Mnrv A.
Jones, both of Bloomsburg, wcro married
uy kcv. a, It. Hndcnbaugh on Tuesday.
An association has been formed which
has rented Oak Grovo nnd tho Intention Is
to put It In first class condition for picnics
and excursion parties. W. It. Tubbs Is
president of tho association.
Geo. A. McKelvy and family camo to
town Saturday last. Mr. McKelvy spent
Sunday with his parents, returning again
to Mlllcrsburg on Monday. Mrs. McKelvy
will visit with her friends here for somo
J. H. Sleeker has been constantly add
ing iu ms siock until lie now has n fine
line of groceries of nil kinds. Families
can be supplied with everything needful
including Hour of nil kinds, sugar, spices,
teas, coffees, &c.
i. . uciltlla on Friday afternoon of
last week while laying brick on tho addl-
Hon to tho Central Hotel, met with a scr.
lous accident. The scaffoldlnir. on which
he was standing hroku and ho fell from the
second story. He was badly cut nbout tho
Henry L. DiefTcnbach, of Lock Haven ,
at ono time editor and proprietor of The
Coi.u.MiitAN, on Monday last was appointed
Associate Judge of Clinton county bv tho
Governor, in placo of W. W. Ilankln, who
resigned to accept the postmastcrshlp of
llio closing exercises of tho public
seliools at the Opera House on Monday
afternoon and evening wcio of n very inter,
estlng character. The hall was filled to its"
utmost capacity at both entertainments.
Tho programme as printed last week was
well carried out.
Mr. J. it. Schuyler of tho well known
firm of Schuyler & Co. on Wednesday
morning was mnrrled to Miss Josephine
rvcsicr hi mis place, i ne ceremony was
performed at the residence ot tha bride's
mother on Fourth street, by Key. Dr.
Mitchell of the Presbyterian church.
E. J. Albertson ot Itohrsburg brought a
three-year-old short horn Durham bull to
town on -Monday, that weighed 2054Ibs
On account of the immense size of the
animal It took nbout 0 hours to get here,
as It was r.eccssary to give him frequent
rest. Mr. Albertson has owned tho bull
nbout two years, and 1ms been fattening
him for five months. E. A. Hawlings pur
Tho Steam Heating Company Is laying
pipes down Mnln street with a small force
of men. About n dozen had been engaged
to work on tho trench at a dollar a day,
some of whom had offered themsclycs at
that price, but on Monday morning they
refused to go to work unless they were
paid $1.25 a day. Their demand was not
acceded to, and other men wcro put in
Ed. Correll nnd Georgo Breccc were
brought beforo Esquire Jacoby, Saturday
cvcnlne of last week and held In bail
their appearance at court in September
term. Tho chargo was that of malicious
mischief. They went to the houso of
Marin Zimmerman in Scott town nt a lato
hour on tho nlelit of April 30th. and after
attempting a forcible entrouce.procccded 'o
stono tho house.
List of letters remaining In tho Po3t Of.
lice nt Bloomsburg for week ending May
Miss Adda L. Beers, F. W. Dnnkert,
Lewis Haitman, Charles Mason.
Persons cllln for these letters will
nleaso say 'advertised."
Gsoihik A. Clark, P.
Charles Krug has torn out tho old boiler
at his nlaninc mill and Is putting in three
hoi Izontal boilers. The old upright boiler
has been a source of delay and expense
ever since -Mr. Krug has had tho planing
mill : nnd now that he is replacing them
Mill, tin, Horizontal boilers, ho expects to
have his mill in lirst class condition
every lespect. He will be in operation in a
few days again, and will then llll nil orders
promptly and at moderato prices.
Bishop Howe, of tho dloceso of Central
Pennsjlyaiiia, will preach lu St. Paul's
Episcopal church on Sunday next both
morning aud evening. In the evening he
will administer tho rite of confirmation to
a class prepared by the rector. Special
music has been prcpaied for theso services
under the direction of Prof. It. T. Allen
mil tlin rliiiieh will be decorated with
llowers by a committee of ladles. Ushers
will bo in attendance to Beat all who may
dcslro to attend.
Tho 17th annual convention of tho Col
umbla County Suuday School Association
will bc'held lu tho M. E. church at Catn
wissu on Wed. and Thurs. tho 2nd nnd 3rd
of June. Eacli school is entitled to two
delegates and one delegate for every fifty
anlinlnra over one hundred. All ministers
and superintendents and township vice
presidents to bo members of tho conven
tion. A collection of ono cent per member
is asked from each school.
A. W. Si-ear, Secretary
An elegant lino ot bulla aud bats at Mer.
O. A. Bowers has been appointed re.
eclver of the City National Bank of
Williamsport- The olllclal statement of
thn bunk Is' renorted as follows i Tho
total liabilities arc 2S5,051, Including de
posits of i?140,000, besides tho capital
stock of iJIOO.OOO. Tho assotts includo
over $150,000 of b'lls discounted, $33,000
r.t i.nmU ami iircmliiius and $22,000 In
real estate. Tho Ihbllltles exceed tho as
sets by $51,000. It Is believed that de
posltois will receive twcnty-llvo per cent,
ot tho amount iiuu incin in a snorv nine-
Mr. Huzcn, tho Third Assistant Postmas
tcr General, makes the following u gges.
Hons to tho public! "Write or t Hit you
name and address, and tho coaientsofn
package upon left hand corner f all mail
matter. This will Insure Its Immcdhito re
turn to you for correction If Improperly
mblrpaspil or lnsulllclently p iid: and If it
Is nnt called for at destination It can be re.
turned to yoil without going to tho dead
iiinr niiira. If the natrons of the mail
would avail themselves of this privilege it
would en-.blo tho depnnment to restoro at
least ninelv tier cent, of all the undelivered
matter. Tho letters would bo returned free
aud parcels upon payment of return post'
All kinds of skin eruptions, scrofulous
afTectlous, iheumallsm, as well as that
prevalent disease, catarrh, aro quickly
mired bv that wonderful preparation
T.'iinr'a rntarrb remedy. Bco advertise
THE COLUMBIAN AND
Tho Sheriff, nckuowlcdgcd deed to Kllas
Creasy for propcity of T. P. Chcrrlngton,
at samo ttmo ns thoso published last week.
Commonwealth vs. Samuel Fcddcr. Ite.
Commonwealth vs. Isaac Waltman, ar
son. Caso called on Wednesday altcrnoon
of last week nnd occupied tho Cou tt untl
last Tuesday. Verdict, guilty.
Tho Grand Jury mado their report and
On petition Abrnm Hlco appointed over
seer of poor of Pino township.
It was ordered that testimony concerning
H. Hess' tavern license bo taken before a
First National Bank of Berwick vs. S.
II. Bowman ct nl. Motion to stay writ re
Auditors' reports in estates of Daniel
Thomas nnd I). W. Walter confirmed nisi.
I, J. Hess appointed collector of taxes
of Centre and bond approved.
On motion ot E. It. Ikeler, Esq., S. P.
Hanley was sworn as an attorney-nt-1 aw,
to practice In the several courts ot this
Return of privntu sulo In estate of John
Bclshllnc conllrmcd nisi.
J. H. Alkman vs. Laura Alkman. Di
S. fl. Ycngcr nnd wife vs. J. It.
Hitter, Interpleader. Verdict, "all arti
cles named In the declaration, but parlor
stove and Strieker spring buggy, In favor
of plaintiff, buggy and parlor stovo for tho
S. B. Yenger and wife vs. Thomas
Mensch. Samo verdict ns above.
James Bird vs. Darling Culpctnl. On
Execution ordered against tho executor
ot tho estate of Patrick Murphy.
Mary Jones vs. Win, Jones, divorce.
E. It. Ikeler, Esq,, appointed auditor In
estato of Wm West.
Itulo on heirs of Daniel Tnomas to no
cept or refusu real estato or show cause
why samo shall not be sold.
Monday, My 10, six judgments were
entered on calling over the docket.
U. O. Barkley, Esq., appointed auditor
on exceptions In estate of John Kelchner,
A. Ii. Fritz, Esq., appointed auditor in
estate of John Yohe.
Itulo on heirs of Humphrey Parker to
accept or refuso real cstn'c or show cause
why same shall not bu sold.
C. It. Cox vs. W. It. Cox. L. E. Waller,
Esq., appointed auditor tn distribute
money arising from sale of real estate.
N. IT. Funk, Esq., appointed auditor in
estate of Milton Mosteller.
Itulo on heirs of John Lougcnbcrger to
accept or refuso leal estate or show cause
why same shall not bo sold.
Itulo on heirs of Henry Gable to except
or refuse real estate or show cause why
same shall not be sold.
W. E. Smith, Esq., appointed nuditor in
estato of 11. 11. Little.
McCormlck nnd Angle vs. J. M. Stokey
with notice, &c. Judgment for 840.80.
It. It. Little, Esq., appointed auditor in
estate of Benjamin Bomby.
li. F. Zurr, Esq., appointed nuditor in
estate of Wm. Patterson, to take testimony
and report his opiniou on the facts whether
the respondent should bo required to 111c an
account as prayed for tn the petition tiled
Jan. 12, 1880.
Artistic ceiling decorations at Clark'
Book Store, Exchange Hotel Building.
Kciidlitc'H Monthly Account.
Special Master Dallas' audit of the ac
count of the receivers of the Philadelphia
and Beading Railroad Company for the
month of March has been filed In the Unit
ed States Circuit Court. Tho account of
the railroad company shows n balance car.
rled forward on March 1 of $247,153.17, to
which is added the receipts from travel
freight and tolls on coal, merchandisc.etc.
Unmounting to $2,037,940. 08, and tho var
ious other rcce'pts for the month, fooling
up together1 $2,080,194.10. From tills
sum there Is deducted $312,420.54 for
materials and supplies and the various
other outlays, making a total of $2,525,500
22, nnd leaving a balancu of $100,027.88
carried forward to April 1.
The coal and iron company's account
shows a balance carried over at tho end of
February of $2,992.70, to which is added
the receipts from coal sales (cash and bills
receivable), $1,891,432.90, and tho sundry
receipts for tho month, making u total of
$1,509,418.94. From lids amount thero is
deducted $094,019.33 for wages and salnr-
ici, $431,030.17 for freight aud tolls, $i04,
007.00 for materials and supplies, and the
other disbursements, summing up altogeth
er $1,503,830 80, and leaving a balance on
hand at the end of March of $5,082,08.
Window snades nnd wall paper at Clark's
liurK lu 1H87.
Tue unnuul session of the htate Council
of the United American Mechanics was
held at Noriistown, Monlgomcry county
last week, I lie following ollicers were
elected nnd Installed :
S. C. David Hartranft, Jr., of Lmcnstcr j
State V. C, Jacob A. Sloan, of 1'hilade
phla i S. C. S., Walter Graham.of Philadc
phla i S. C. T John Kieider, of Phlladel
phla i S. C. 1., William II. Shafer.of Hazel
ton i S. O. Ec.. William Hoffman, of
Doylcstowui S. C- Pro,, Edwin A. Woppel
ot Philadelphia j representative to National
Council, Charles J. Dittess. During the
past year the dues and lines amounted to
$101,192.38. $40,919.00 was paid out for
sick benefits and relief, and $228,812.20 Is
held In the treasuries nf the subordinate
councils. Nominations wcro made foi
ollicers for 1887, to bu voted for by thu sub
ordinate councils in December next. Tho
next annual meeting will be held at Blooms
burg tho first Monday of May, 1887. Tho
choico of placo was between Pittsburg
and Bloomsburg quite u contest arose
but tho latter place was chosen. About
800 delegates will bo present.
I'c-w l'coplo l'.ne;iic
The taint ot scrofula In tho blood. With
many it is hereditary j but It may also bo
acquired from want of air or lack of excr
else, from improper food, or any cause
which brings about weakness of tho body
and impurity of the blood. Tho disease
characterized by running sores, abscesses.
swellings, enlarged joints, soro eyes, etc,
No medlcluo 1ms been so successful in cur
inir scrofula as Hood's sarsaparllla. Tho
most terriblo running sores gradually ills,
appear under the purifying and strengthen,
Ing Influences of this great medicine. If
you are a sulfcrcr from scrofula aud deslro
more evidence as to tho wonderful success
of Hood's sarsaparllla, send to C. 1' Hood'
& Co,, Lowell, Mass.. for a bonk contain
log many remarkable cures.
Ask your nieirhant for O. K. coffee
Try it and you will use no other. It is
homo roasted. Always fresh nnd has no
equal. m. i 11.
Tho only reliable catarrh remedy on tha
market to-day Is Ely's Cream Balm, being
fri'ii from poisonous drugs, ana ottcnslv
odors. It 1ms cured thousands of acuto
and chrnnlo cases where nil other rcmedlc
lnivo failed. It dulcklv cuics cold In Hi
head.aud catarrhal headache. Price tlfty
Sco tho hammocks at Mercer's,
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
THE BENTON FIRE.
IH.VAC WAI.T91AN TKIltO l'Oll
Isnno Waltman was arraigned In Court
1 Wednesday afternoon of last week,
charged with sating fire to n building In
the village of Benton on Monday evening,
March 8. He wa9 represented by Messrs.
Ikeler &, Herring and J. B. Roblson, and
tho Commonwealth by District Attorney
Bllimeyer nnd Col. Freeze. Tho defendant
entered a plea of not guilty, and tho after
noon was spent In selecting n jury, each
uror being called separately nnd Interroga
ted ns to whether ho had formed or ex
pressed an opinion In tho case. Mr. Blli
meyer opened the caso for tho common
wealth. The first witness called was John
Chnpln, of Benton, who testified to the
lire In tho second etory of tho Smith build-
ug; tho lire wns breaking through the
talrway from second to third floor; part
ot building wns used ns dwelling; burst
open door, flame about three feet long go
ng up stairway; fire was put out; u small
dark lantern wns found under stairway; no
stovo In the room, nor Hue; dnrk night,
snowed a little; saw tracks In snow after
fire, around tho building, leading from
alley In back of lot to tho rear end of
Smith building; traced them from alley to
Airs. J. A. Chapln, Mrs. A. H. McCollum
and Mrs. Peiflcr testified ns to noises being
heard It. lh house shortly beforo tho lire,
footsteps going up and down thu stalls.
Other ItnesBcs were called In the follow
ing order, nnd wu give a synopsis of the
J. .. McHcnry -Merchant in Benton.
Went homo on evening of tiro about 7,
remained until 8 o'clock, then went back
to store; as I got around the corner at
Hess' hotel, right opposite lamp post, by
the alley that comes into Dr. Patterson's
I saw a man coming between a walk nnd a
run, so fast that it attracted my attention,
and I stopped; when he got near mo the
light shoiiu 011 In 111 , nnd ho took a red
handkerchief and held It over his face; I
could sco his eyes and upper part of his
nose; ho passed In 8 feet of me. When he
got past about 20 feet he looked around,
blew tils nose, and put his handkerchief in
Ids pocket, aud started on n run towards
the bridge; I went to tho store, and In a
few minutes the alarm of 11 iu was given.
I said Iliad met the man I believe; went
to the lire and when that was out I pul
them on tho track; I went only to the
church on the hill, then went back and ex
amined track that come down the alley
round Ikcler's hotel. It went down the
alley, then through tho fence through the
Smith lot to thu porch; It came out tho
same way it went in, then out between tho
buildings;il wns the same trnck coming out
and going in; tracked It ns far ns sidewalk,
and then it was all tracked up till we got
down to Hess's, but there was no other
track to or from tho bridge except Clem.
Mcllenry. Saw Waltman put his foot In
trnck afterward and It fitted exactly.
Would have known Waltman If ho hadn't
covered his face. Saw two tracks up the
hill, one went past the church nnd through
the Held, the other wcut past the house.
Saw both tracks when I left hotel; they
came together near bridge. Ono started
from R. Mcllenry'8 store. Havo known
Waltman since Inst Fall. Did not know
him in Ids younger days. Didn't tell nny
one who he was before he was arrested.
Stores were open when alarm of flro was
given. The snow was soft, no rain, not
extremely cold. Wns present at Justlco's
ofllce, about a dozen present. Waltman
made to objection to going to put his foot
in the truck, and showed his handkerchief
when asked; cotton handkerchiefs arc very
common. As soon as 1 opened llio door
and saw Waltman I was tntlstlcd ho was
the man 1 met. I suid 1 had no idea it was
Isaac Waltman until ho was brought back
and I saw him in tho olllce. Don't know
that I said nt tho Squire's that Waltman
wns the man. Only met with one track.
There was another track coming in and
going out. They followed It to Clem. Mc-
Henry's hous;. It did not agree nt all
with the other track. Think McIIonry's
track was made Hrst as thero was somo
snow in It; the other ivas fresh. Clem.
Mcllenry Is my second cousin. I ascer
tained tho dilTcrence In the two tricks.
They got Clem, out of bed; don't know
whether they fitted his boots in the track.
The porch is about 8 feet wide, with roof.
Don't know what direction snow fell;
porch laps on to Smith building. Clem.
Mcllenry is about my size, larger than
Waltman. I said that Waltman wore u
broad laced shoe. I measured the track,
it wus 10 inches, and a little less than 4
Inches across the bottom, about number 0
or 7. Sell shoes, good many ot that size.
Population of Benton Is 200 to 250. Didn't
Measure length ot steps anywhere. (Over
coat shown witness.) this looks yery
much like tho coat I saw. I examined
Hack from cud ot porch nut Into the front
street. The track fiom the porch to alley,
alley to street and from Hess' to the bridge
was tho same. Hess' street lamp was
lighted, a'so Boyd McIIcnry's, sufficient to
glye me a good view. Saw no one else on
either sldo of llio street when I met Walt-
man. It wns a stormy evening, and there
was not much travel. ,
J. 77. Mcllenry. Live in Benton about
100 yards from house that was fired. Was
at my hotel when alarm was given. It wns
between eight aud nine o'clock. Went up
stairs with water, smoko drove mo out, and
I went down and got help nnd went back
and wo put it ut. Nvaxt day found kindling
wood, &o., under steps, pretty well burned,
considerable wood still there. After fire
was out saw n keg with coal nshes in it,
burned around the keg; saw lantern, dark
lantern, R. Boyer picked it up. H was un
der steps whero fire wns. Followed track
that J. J. Mcllenry showed us, from Hess'
lamp post to tho bridge, only two tracks
up hill to thu church, Hart a lantern, ono
went on up the hill to Davis'. It is a little
over a mile from hotel to Davis'. Went in
and they said at first thero was no ono
there, wo went out and looked around
house and found no trnck, aud then Davis
said ho thought wo were fooling at first
aud said his uncle, Isaac Waltman, was
th;re. After wo camo back wo found
some ono had ssen Waltman In town nnd
wo got the constnblo and went over and
arrested him. It was next morning when
I examined tracks. Tlieio were a good
many at the fire. Was at Davis' twice that
night. He first thought wo wcro joking
He called up to Waltman after wo went In
tho second ttmo and wo thought Unas
somo old man and went awny. It was
about 2 hours when wo weut hack again;
wo found Waltman thero.
ItJaydlt Kedtr. Was standing oh Hess'
porch when flro broke out, aud helped to
put out, saw no lantern, I was on porcu
roof on west tide of tho building. After
fire was over went with Boyd Mcllenry
and others to the church and started on a
track and followed it to Davis'. Called
him up and told him wo had tracked a man
to his house, ho said "hunt him." We
came away after looking around, but went
back, as ouo of tho party hud noticed a
Derby hat In the house; wo went In second
tune and Davis said Ids uncle, lsaao Walt'
man, hud como up from the Benton bridge,
We thought ho wns an old man and went
uway, but afterwards went back and ar
rested him. His foot was fitted In the
track at tho bridge nnd wns tho samo size.
When ho put his foot in tho first track lie
twisted it a little so It didn't fit; wo took
him to another ono and held his foot,
Thero wero nnll marks I n too ot (ho track,
Thero was only one trnck from tho church
on to Davis'.
Ira Mcllenry. Was nt tho fire; helped
put It out) found rubbish on the floor; saw
Boyer pick up a dark lantern. Followed
trick from Hess' hotel to tho church, then
went back and got a horse, rode down
creek and met stago and Inquired whether
they had met anybody and they said not,
bo wo camo back and wcut up with tho
party to Davis'. When arrest was mado I
went along In a buggy. Examined tho
tracks, and thoso from tho hotel to tho
bridge wcro tha samo as thoso around the
building. I followed trsck from Ikcler's
hotel around back alloy to whero paling
wns off tho fence and on through about 40
feet and then It struck oft until within 40
or CO feet of the building. I occupied tho
Smith building onco ns a cabinet maker
shop, nnd left shavings nnd coal ashes thero
when 1 moved out. There wns only one
track until we got near tho bridge, then
there wcro two, ono coming down the
Bloomsburg road. They Wero different
tracks. Second track was noticed nbout
hnlf way to tho bridge; It camo trom the
direction of It. McIIcnry's store.
lloyd OiUon. Was at flro and helped put
It out. The steps wero partly burned
thiough In places. After flro J. J. Mc
Henry took us down to Hess' and showed
us the track. 1 went no further than tho
church. Measured track that went up tho
G. 11'. A'nouse. Am Constable of Benton.
Night of lire went through Benton about
7 o'clock with horso and buggy. Was sent
for later to arrest Waltman; went witli
Boyd Mcllenry and several others. When
wo got to Davis' we knocked nnd when we
got In I went up and found Waltman In
bed. Ho wanted to know what the charge
was, and I told him, and ho said that was
a grave charge, and said ho had not been
tn Benton that night; that he came from
Orangevlllo to Davis' near 9 o'clock. Went
back to Benton before n Justice, and then
took htm out nnd put I1I3 foot In the track.
The Justlco asked Waltman what kind of
a handkerchief ho had and ho pulled It out
and showed It; It was a red oi,c.
When I found Waltman ho was awake,
ho asked what was the matter. This was
between 1 and 2 o'clock in tho morning.
Searched Waltman's pockets and found
nothing hut n razor. Ho said his child was
sick at Davis', and ho came there to sec
that; that he went as far as the bridge, in-
tending to get some crackers for his child
but changed his mind.
Wm. A"no!. Went to Benton after
lire had been put out. Had been fox hunt
ing; snow on tho ground, stopped snowing
about 7J to 8 o'clock. Followed track
from tho church to Clem. McIIcnry's, then
weut after constable, and went with him to
make arrest. Saw Waltman dress himself,
and noticed ids pants wcro soiled at the
George Crossley. Helped to put out fire;
it had burned quite a bit; went with Con
stable to make arrest; noticed light dust
on Waltman's knees; I came down with
the Constable to bring Waltman to jail, on
the way down ho said that if wo would
let him go they could do nothing with us
J. S. Kline. Was at fire; threw water on
the steps; broke through step; broke open
the door leading Into dwelling houso of
McCollum, In hall
F. Smith. Boarding nt McIIenry's hotel
last March at timo of fire. When I got
there, there wcro but a few there; went up
stairs but was driven back by smoke; went
up afterwards and saw where lire was; saw
lantern at McIIcnry's store, Boyer had it,
said ho bad picked it up under the steps nt
the flro. It wns a dark lantern. Waltmau
said at Justice's that it was 10 minutes be
fore or 10 minutes after 9 when lie got to
Davis'. Waltman spoke of his sick child
Wm. Fulmer. Was at the fire; it was
burning under tho steps; after fire found
rubbish under tho steps, It was all charred,
in places tho boards were burned through.
Went with party to Davis'. Tracks in lot
were like the ones that went over the hill.
(Shoo of defendant shown witness.) Nails
in too of this shoe arc too short now to
mnko such tracks as I saw.
. F. Feeretl. Windows was boarded
up, and was in a blaze, about 4 or 0 feet
from where flro was kindled. Boards were
on crosswise, body of fire wns under steps'
Saw lantern as soon as fire was put out-
Clem. Mcircnry.XAvo about mile
south of Benton; on day of flro was in vil
lage at Auditor's settlement: went homo nt
8 o'clock, or nearly so: started from Kohr
McIIcnry's store, took creek rond to bridge,
then up hill to church, then down old va
cated road to my house. There had been a
wet snow; noticed no other track.
(7. Jl'. Ilirleman. Am Justice of the
Pence in Benton; was at lire, Chapln and I
got In by kicking In panel of door, saw
bags of paper and fire under steps, threw
two palls of water on. After flro J. J.
Mcllenry gave a desciiptlon of a man he
saw. Was wakened up and mnne out a
warrant about midnight, Waltman was ar
rested, I sent for Mcllenry. Waltman
asked who the accuser was and tho charge
and I told him nnd he said it was 11 terrible
charge, said ho had no residence, had lived
nt Milton, was a laborer, came from Or
nngcvlllu mat day. Ho said Ho camo ns
fur as tho other end of tho bridge and was
coming to buy crackers tor his llttlo sick
girl at Davis', but thought it would be too
lute, so didn't cross. Somo ono asked him
why he was leaving town in such a hurry,
and said that he was in tho habit of walk'
Ing fast. I saw Waltman come out of the
Smith building on Feb. 10, with G. N
Smith, of Orangevlllo. Went with Walt-
man to put his foot In track ou Smith lot.
His shoe fit tuo tracks. (Shoi shown wit
ncss.) This looks like the shoe, only it i:
w rn more than it was then.
Robft iff uer Found lantern nflcr the flro
In the rubbish, ndark lantern, (produces It)
with bull's cyonday or two after, broken In
tho ashes. Lantern was lying down, oil
can was In It, It was warm, can't tell which
side It was on, door was shut,
liyron Killer. Two or three days after 1
saw lantern, and went with Boyer aud
found pieces of glass in rubbish and ashes.
0. X SmitUUvo In Orangevllle. Walt
man Is nn uncle of mine; don't think ho
was nt my houso on thu day of lire; was
'hero a short time before. On cross-cxauu
nation witness said ho thought Wultman
was thero on that day aud left between
and 3 o'clock.
A. 11. McOolUm, Occupy building that
was fired as 0 dwelling in part; lease from
G. N. Smith. Ho und Waltmau wcro nt
the house 011 election day; they boarded
up somu ot Ihu windows. Smith asked
mo If I saw what ho had dono to the house
nnd talked about boarding up windows In
third story. Smith got key of mo to side
door, and kept It. I asked Smith to put
glass In tho third story on my sldo of
houio. I suggested tho dosing of the
doors. Sash doors wero not locked or fas
toned; window nearest lire was closed up
J. A, Chapin re called. Tho windows
lu the room whero tho lire was kindled
wcro boarded up on election day; Baw
Waltman and G. N, Smith doing it; cracks
Simuel Avplcman. Am wigonmakcr; wo
occupy warcroom of Smith bulldliigi lcaso
of O. N, Smith.
Jlrute Qircy. Am In tiio furniture nnd
undertaking business with Ira Mcllcnryi
occupied Smith building, left it a year ago
Inst April, leased of O. N. Smith; havo
some coffins and lumber tn upper stories
now; stovo stood In a box filled with coal
nshes; left ashes thero when wo lef t usually
put nshes from stove in a keg,
John MoildUr.LUe nt Orangcvllle, clctk
for A. B. Stewart, (lantern shown witness)
wc kept such lanterns ns this; sold one
similar to this on Feb. 17 to O, N. Smith;
thero Is no mark by which to Identify It.
We sold 3 of them.
Dr. Patterson. Wns at homo night of tho
lire: had two lights In my library, throwing
rns out on walk towards Hess'; at the
Squire's I asked Waltman what object he
and Georgo had Iu nailing only 3 windows
up, and ho said It got late nnd they wanted
to get back to Orangcvllle.
Oeorae Crotttey re-cnllcd. On tho wny
down to jail Wnttmnn nsked If It damaged
the building any, and I told him only the
one roomf then ho wondered whether they
wouldn't get$100nr $200 Insurance money,
old him I didn't know.
Danitl Kami Was In Benton on day of
lire; went homo In afternoon, met Walt
man on road below Benton bridge nbout 5
o'clock, and talked to him; he was on fool;
hnd nothing In his hand that I sav; It was
Alexis Sigfried. Was with Dan Karns;
met defendant nbout 5J o'clock. As wo
left Hess' hotel somo ono nsked mo tho
time just before wc started.
Allrcd Rantz. Wns with Alfred Kline,
met defendant nt Dildlne's, as we wcro
coming from Benton.
Arthur Crfleman. Wns with Dan. Karns,
met defendant nenrsprlng,toward cveuii'g.
R. W. Lemon. Saw defendant pass my
houso March 8 toward Benton nbout 5
o'clock; I llvo this sldo of Holme's.
Bacon Hess. Met Dan. Knrns on after
noon of March 8. at McIIcnry's lane, above
spring; passed defendant mile and a half
below Benton, nsked him to ride, but he
didn't. Had a lumber wngon.
Richard K. Hess. Defendant passed
my house between 3 and 4 on that day; live
n mile nbove Stlllwnter.
Dr. Edwards rc-e.allcd. From Dildlne's
spring to bridge It is 200 rods; from the
bridge to S. L. Davis' is 1 mile, 08 rods
Samuel Neyhard re-called. It Is 357 feet
from Hess' hotel to bridge, and 320 from
It. McIIcnry's store.
Jacob Dtldinc. ( Prisoner directed to
put his overcoat on.) Llvo J mllo below
Benton; was thero on evening of March 8,
went homo about 0 o'clock. Saw a man at
i nd of bridge, about size of defendant;
can't say ho is the man.
F. 1'. Dlldine. Wns in Benton March 8,
went home about 0 o'clock. Saw a man
between tho bridgo nnd hotel, about size
Defense opened by Mr. Ikeler. On be
half of the defendant the following witness
es were called to testify to his good char
ade : Moore, Orlando Herrington, N.
D. Herrington, J. It. Potter, John L. Harpc,
James Seward, Orrlu Park, II. Soward, A.
C. Park, Z. L. Kile, E. Shultz, D. H. Sled
man, J. S. Kline, F. P. Kline, some of
whow knew him from childhood, others
knew him tn tlie army, and others still for
the past four years.
Isaac waltman. Am nearly 42 ; was
born in Sugarloaf ; father died when I was
5 years old ; when I was old enough I
worked out, lived at various places ; went
to army In Dec. 1801 ; havo a sister and
two brothers in Ohio ; served in 112th.
Uegt. 2nd l'enna. Artillery ; after war
came back here in Jan. 1805, remained
here until May 1868,',at my sister's In Fair
mount township, Luzerne Co. ; did what.
ever I could eet to do ; in May 1803 went
tu Ohio, took my mother ; camo back in
1882, married there, and had ono child,
who is now nt Mrs. Davis' near Benton
wife is dead sinco 1882 ; made my home
wltu my sister .Mrs. Sober ; health wa3
poor first year ; worked at Wilkesbarre,
mid for a while for W. H. Smith, editor of
Milton Argus. Latter part of January las
left Milton. On March 8. had been to
Orangoville, got word my little girl wus
sick and I got word to.como up and see
her ; went to Davis' on that evening ; rode
most of way to Stillwater, from thero I
walked;mct Karns and lUnlz below Ben
ton, went on up to bridge, up by church,
oyer .hill, by a by-road to Davis'; got
there a few minutes past 7 ; when I went
lu house I nsked about medicine and Mrs.
Davis looked at clock and found it was a
few minutes past 7, the hour she was to
givo it ; went to bed a few minutes nnst
9. lime talked of in squire's olllco I
understood ;to mean tho time I retired
am u little deaf. Coming down with constn
bio und Crostlcy tho latter did most of the
talking ; I asked him if building was badly
burned, und lie said It would lake $IUU or
$200 to repair It. They hud u bottle aud
asked mc to drink, I only took a little of
it. Was In Benton on election ; had start.
ed to Orangcvllle, met Smith in a buggy
near rjlillwutcr, and he said it 1 would rido
Hack lo lieutou 1 could rldu to uran,'ivllln
witli him when he got through with his
business, llaye been In J. J. McIIcnry's
store, knew him. ludows in room had
no glass, storm beat In, McCullum wauled
them nailed up. Un Mar. 8, wore del by
hat and light overcoat, samo shoes I have
on now. When party first came to Davis
i was uirucd i alter they Had cone away
Davis came to my room and said there wus
a party there from lienton, there had been
a lire. Second timo I was hi bed : noticed
no dirt on knees of my pants
Mrs. bailie Davis. Am defendant's niece,
Ho was at our houso on Mar. 8th. : bis
uaugnier lives Willi us, 10 years old : we
sent for him, she was sick : ho came thero
a tow minutes after 7 j inquired about the
medicine, and I looked at tho clock ; ho
didn't co out afterwards i ho went to bed
few minutes after 0. Ho went to Orunge.
villo that day to get the news by mail.
8. L. Davis Waltman was at my houso
on Mar. 8tu. ; went to bed a few minutes
V, Smith. Heard J. J. Mcllenry 'testify
before squlro ho said Wultman corres.
ponded with tlio man he saw under the
lamp post In size and dress, but he couldn't
bo positive ns ho had his face covered.
G. N. Smith. The burned building be
longs to W. H. (Smith i I looked after it
for him, gut no pay for it, am not tenant
or occupier of it.
Defendant put on his hat and coat und
stood up beforo tho jury, and the evidence
closed, on Saturday morniug at 12 o'clock.
It wus left for the jury to say whether tliey
would prefer going on with tho case, or
wait until Mouday to hear tho urgumcnt of
counsel, and they decided on thu latter
District Attorney Ilillmeycr mado tlio
first sptech for the prosecution occupying
about 2V hours ; nnd was followed by Mr,
Ikeler, who talked 1 hours Mr. iltoblson
talked for 5 houis, not getting through un
til 10 o'clock on Monday nl;lit. Col.
Freeze mado the closing argument on
Tuesday morning ami tlio court charged
inu jury ami sent mem oui iii rj o ciocu
After being out about 0 hours they return.
ed u verdict ot guilty.
lieforo buyluc wall paper or window
shades examine the block at Clark's liook
Shcrlll Hint Ih sold the following proper
Property of J. F. Hicks, In Bloomsburg,
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Property of J hn Wlchcy nud Christian
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Property of W. R. Cox, In Madison, to
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Young and mlddlc-agcd men for the next ninety
iay. Send now, or cut thl out, M you miy never
ice It again. Addrest Dr. W. II. PAKKEIt, 4 Hal
finch street, Boston, Maes.
feb C ly d.
TO FARMERS !
Any one In want ot the
Glass Feed Fertilizer, Grain
Drill, Cider Mill or any
thing Manufactured by
the Company, can
get them of
npr. 16-Cms. ,
E. B. 8R0WER
GA8 FITTING & STEAM HEATItitt
STOVES &1IN WARE.
All kinds of work in Sheet Iron, Roof
ing and Spouting promptly
Unstrlct attention given to heating by steam.
Corner of Main & East Sts.,
FEED Western winter bran. SDOt. S.T5
Spring ll.M. fit 15.25
vi-uuiu nesiuru mraa dvui9; rcnua
tarnlby.'l.TS c4 4;10 oblo clear, 4.l2tf (a 4.40 winter
patent 4.75 B.17,- l'enna. roller .process 4.84 9
wheat Pennsylvania rea, no. i, so
COItN. & 41
OATS. No. 3 "white G 40if NO. S, 41
HAY AND STliAW Timothy choice Western
and Now York.lii.su. fair to good Western and
New Yorl;,i5.(iO c 14.C0; medlurn.Westera and New
York, (14 (4 15. : Cut hay as to quality 17. 9 it.
live straw si, Wheat straw, 10. oat straw
o U 10.
l OTATOES. Eastern roso 48O50 nurbanks. 48
50 ; Eastern chills 43i : western rose 45 ( 48.
Euos. Pennsylvania 13; western UK.
HUTTEH. Pennsylvania creamery nrlnts 30,233
Creamery Extra :i0, Western exvrn so.falr 25 a 28.
1.1 Vtt 1UU1.TU1 .fOWlS, o t9Js 'ITirKCJS 8
'DKES.SED POULTliY'.-Chtckens.liaia.Turkcr 12
13. ducks 11 13.
Wheat per bushel 85 00
Rye " " 50
Corn " " .... 45 CO
Oats " " 35 45
Flour " bbl 5 to ft
llulter 22 24
Ercs...... 12 H
Potatoes 50 CO
Hams 10 12J
Dried Apples 03 05
Side and shoulder 00 08
Chickens 10 13
Turkeys 12 14.
Lard per lb 08 10
Hay per ton 10.00
Vinegar per, gal 20 DO
Onions per bushel 75 1.00
Veal skins 07
Wool per lb 85
Hides 5 to 7
Coai. ON Wiiaiif.
No 0 43.00; Nos 2. 3, 4 & Lump 13.25
No. 5 3.00 Ultumlnus, $3.25
Good Business Location
Tho ttudurmgiu'd offers for Bale, on
I easy terms, thu
- Planing Mill, Dry Sock, Lumber Shed.
etc., (with excellent whruf ago facilities)
located on tho banks of the I'cnu'a
nn..ni r r
"u-'iu',ller oi a rauo oi
tho 1). L. X- W. depot, at Heach Iln-
VCDi 3'Uzerno county, Pa. A good ferry
also connects this plaeo with the conn-
opposito side of tho Susquo
vcr. Tho niachinerv consiBtd
of a large planer,moulding and match
ing machine, turning lathe and bracket
saw, also circular saws, all in good
working order. It hns a
IH-Vinreo T5ftTrrow wo rm ntlmnl
u " wftLBJ. yvuooi
is a good opening for any energetio
business man. For further nartioulara
Ex'it or D. UltAllEU Estatk.
karch 5-tf.l Beach Haven, Pt
I1EST IN TUB WORLD
td Eivtjv. hero,
may 14 it r.
A DVLUTISEUSby addressing (!KO. P.
ltow ell & CO.. Ill bnruco St.. New York, can
learn thu exact cost ot any prooosed lino of AP
VE1ITIS1NU lu American New Bpaners. lir-ioa.
pago pamphlet, 1 uc, may 1 Ilk
TVe tlio U4t doemit corrode liVatLa r Iron, nor
decay liWn ilinf ton or ur i.nitKittoiit i mij to U'IkXI
Imna mmi Hur.ri.lAt at hf tfu rt-tni tin. Ill .
I!'risj.ir lMATIlIt ut Hull thn
It l'l tml itUji of lima mtterUV.
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Jtion anj cure, Hyjohn II. McAUtn, I .owe 11
aj.,14 ii'ur UK collector, bent. Tree to ouy ad
dretta, &pr30, tw a