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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
0. E. Elwell, 1
J. K.BHtentond.,f Edlt0"'
TTie ColurnbiSiri. esuKofthe Oregon Elcotlon.
Tlio election returns trom Oregon
summarized nro ns follows : Tlio Re-
publicnna reelect Ilorinnn to Congress
by 1,000 plurality, anil nlso elect their
candidate) for Secretary of State, Super
iutendont ol Publlo Instruction, and
rubllo Printer. The Dcmocrnts elect
their candidates for Governor, Treas
urer, and Supremo Juelrjo. Ab tho
Governor, Secretary of State, nnd
Treasurer constitute tho Jioard tor tlio
managcinont of all Stato institutions,
tlio Democrats will havo control of tho
Stato affairs for tho next four years.
MoHrldo (Republican), for Secrolary
of Stato has -100 plurality, and Strahan
r tlio purpose of fixing an (Democratic) for Supromo Judge, lfil)
of delegates from each plummy, Tho official figures will not
chango tins result, inc rroniuiiion
iets polled about 2,000 votes.
FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1880.
Tlio Democratlo Standing Commlttco
will meet in tho Grand Jury room on
Saturday Juno 2Gth. 1880 at ono
o'clock p. m. for tho purposo of fixing an
apportionment of delegates from each
township according to tho votu cast at
tuo last Governor s election.
Wn.KKsiiArmK, Pa., Juno 10. At a
ato hour last night tlio people living
11 and about tlio borouch of Parsons
were again thrown into a stato of fear
and excitement by tho second explo
sion of gns in tho mineral spring niino
ol llio JiChiDli Uoal ejomtmtiv. Mfinv
persons living within n short distaoco valuation, or show cause why
of tho mlno wero hurled about in thoir shall not bo sold.
homos, -and thoy thought for a moment
that an carthquakp had occurred. A
largo number of houses near tho mine
wero badly shaken, and a great many
windows wero shattered. Tho surfaco
of tho ground near tho Philadelphia
Roscoo Conklinc cot a fco of S2(V
000 for his services to tho legislative
committco in tlio Broadway Railway
It is said that Sir. Gowcn has secured
tho money necessary to pay off tho
Readme ccneral mortcriKo bonds.
When tho statement was repealed
to Mr. floweti hn said : "It has been
well known to alt the big members of
tlio Bvndicato in New York for tho
last six weeks that wo havo tho monoy
all tho money we want. It is only
some of tho littlo people m i'diiaaei-
(From our llegular Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, L). U dllUO 14, 1030.
Ilavinc entered upon tho seventh
month of tho first session of tho forty
ninth Congress tho lower House pro
poses to make an ciiort to crowd the
work through within tho timo consum
ed by tlio session ending Jiuy imii.
1881. This prospect to tho outside
observer, is not very promisinir s but
tlmso supposed to direct tho majority
of tho upper and lower Houses say
that it can and probably will bo accom
plished. Tlicro is already talk of in-
troducmg a resolution in mo iiouso nx
ing Juno 2Gth. for adjournment with
,. , - ' ,. ... mc juuu zuui. iui uuiuuriiuiuiii, wie.ii
nhia who profess to bchovo that wo ,b taU th t th(JJ dat0 m t
linvnii'f fi.nl-. flin mrMinv nnmn nf tlipm I . . . . .
haven't got tho money aomo of them
who think that nothing can uo aono
outsido of Philadelphia and that noli.
intr can bo dono in Philadelphia ex
cept through ono or two houses."
John Dailoy, who recently abjured
Catholicism, attempted to preach in
River Park, Wilkcs-Barro last Sunday
afternoon, but was provonted by a mob
of fully 3,000 persons, including some
of tho roughest elements in tlio mining
region, who awaited him witli a view
of throwing him into tho Susquehanna
Riyer. Had it not been for tho inter
position of tho polico Dailoy would
doubtless havo been seriously injured,
if not killed. Ho wasfinally escorted
homo by the officers, followed by an in
furatcd "crowd who made violent efforts
to lav hands upon him, but were btnt.cn
off by tho polico. Daily attempted to
preach at tho samo place on Sunday
provious, but was prevented in much
the same way as narrated above.
An Improbable! Story.
bo set moro than ten or twelve days
beyond that timo.
Too 1'resident and his who navo
nnder contemplation a tour of tho
northern lakes witli. a select party of
friends m a chartered steamer, during
tho summer. It is probablo that they
will apoud somo timo on tho Bea-coast
and in tho mountain regions after tlio
adjournment of Congress, and then go
to their old homo in lltiiTalo. Accord
ing to tho program they will lcavo
Buffalo eomo time in August and make
a trip which will include Lako Erie,
Huron and .Michigan making stops at
joints of interest. Thenrogram may
jo varied or abandoned, but it is under
serious consideration at tlio Whito
Iiouso and will probably bo carried
out. Much will depend upon tho date
of tho adjournment of Congress. If
Uongress does not adjourn neioro
August, tho President will of courso
bo detained in Washington and his
summer outing, as now proposed, will
bo abandoned. It is said that tho
Presidout and his wife havo never
and ReadliiL' donot has fallen fully two C. C. Evans Esn. appointed auditor
foot, and this afternoon was still sink- to tnako distribution in cstato of Will
Inu. All trains aro boincr run over tho lam J. lkelcr.
spot at a slow rato of speed until tlio E. R. lkelcr Esq. appointed auditor
track can again bo filled in and repair- to niako distribution in cstato of Lydia
cd. Three houses belonging to ono I'etiy,
man about 800 feet from tho mino havo
been moved somo distanco from their
original positions. Fortunately no
lives wero lost, as tlicro was uo one in
tho mino when tlio explosion occurred,
and if there had been not ono would
havo lived to tell tho tale.
Tlicro aro two thcoricn concerning
tho oxplosion. Old miners contend
that a feeder was left burning after
Monday's explosion, and that an accu
mulation of eras finally reached it, tlio
tlames being convoyed to a still larger
body of gas. Tho other is that an lm-
menso area has caved in, so extensive
to causo a powerful concussion of
nir, and that the noiso heard was made
by falling rock and coal rather than
by an explosion. At present no odo'
can tell tho real cause, and no ono can
enter tho mine. It will bo several days
before any attempt will bo made to go
in. It is certain that great damage has
Tho Laurel Run mine, operated by
tho Delawaro and Iludaon Conipanv,
into which there is an opening from
tlio Mineral Spring mine, suspended
work this afternoon, it being feared
that this mino also is filling up with
gas Tho accideot is a costly ono to
tho Lehigh Valley Coal Company, and
largo number 01 men and boys aro
for the present thrown out of employment.
Our esteemed Republican contcm- been farther west than tho city of
porary, tho Tribune, published in a liuitaio. Mr. ejieveiana is quite mix
letter from Washington a story about ious to make a tour of the lakes, and
Mr. Cleveland and Governor Hill which if ho does so, tlio ChicagoJIroqnois Club,
is hichly improbable. Tho point of it to which ho has a standing invitation,
is that thoy wero both invited to Mr. will doubtless entertain liim.
Joseph D. linapp s, in Brooklyn, on 1 hero seems to navo been very good
Decoration Day, and that when Mr. management displayed lit the matter
Cleveland learned that Governor Hill of making contracts for post-ofiico sup.
was likely to bo thero "he was angry I plies during tho eighteen months past
and said that ho should not go : he and consequently a great saving to tlio
would never appear, he said, on tho Government has been tho result. Dur-
Banio platform with Hill." iug Judgo Gresham's term as Post-
To obviato this dithculty, according master (ieneral, the business became
to tho Tribune, a messenger was de- greatly mixed and certain contracts
spatched to lay tho case before Mr. Hill, were let which subsequently proved
When ho learned that tho 1 resident I not to have been entiro biisiness-uko
was not pleased with the prospect the
Governor responded, "Well, the Presi
dent shall be accommodated, but this
sort of thing is not good politics."
Thereupon Governor Hill wrote a
letter declining Mr. Knapp's invitation.
This story is a fair sample of tho '
means often'employed by Republicans
to promoto discord among Democratic
leaders. Whcro there are no facts to
fortify their desire, they easily invent
them. Why should tho President be
unwilling to meet the Governor and to
exchange with him tho ordinary court
esies of society T Has tho Governor
dono anything which makes him un
worthy of acquaintance? Or when
did the President begin to carry into
tho relations of daily lifo such petty
animosities as aro attributed to him in
tho Tribune's narration? It reads
liko a iCepubhcan invention, and poor
at that. bun.
Journalism and Politics.
Colonel Barr, tho veteran editor of
tlio Pittsburg 2'ost, seems to have been
inspired by tho Presidential boom for
Mr. Guilds, to propose an entire State
ticket of journalists, with Mr. McClure
ror uovernor, JUr. bingerly lor lieutenant-Governor,
Mr. Henscl for Coimress-
tnan-at-large, Mr. Whitman for Secre
tary ot internal Altairs and Mr. Mov
ers for Auditor-General. Tho ticket
would be a good one, with Colonel
Barr substituted for the first namo ho
suggests, and then, as ho says, it could
bo turned npsido down or insido out,
and command respect and popularity.
Three or tno names mentioned Messrs,
McClure, Singerly and Hensel have
never entertained the question of seek
ing or accepting political office whilo
devoted to journalism, and there is no
office that would bo likely to tempt
cither of them from their rural enjoy
ments to bo bothered with tlio cares of
oflico They certainly understand
that journalism and ollico seeking are
as incompatible as day and night, and
thov m'av safelv bo counted out. Mr.
Whitman and Mr. Meyers havo retiree!
from journalism and aro eligible with
the liberal education for tho successful
disohargo of public trust that journal
ism has given them, and tho veteran
Barr began journalism and political
ambition so long ago that he is law to
himself and runs both ends of tho line
in hia own way bettor than any body
elso could do it witli less experience
Journalism has no riebt to draw tlio
lines on tho veteran Colonel Barr, but
the rule of this progressive journalistic
ago is that uo ollico from President
transactions. Postmaster General Vilas
is giving special attention to this class
of work under him, and together with
third Assistant Postmaster General
Hazen, after much careful labor, now
havo binding contracts which, while
they will doubtless yield fair profits to
tho contractors, will, at tho samo time,
bo of great advantago and beneht to
the public at large. Tako for iustanco
the contract for stamped envelopes
just made by the Postmaster General
lor tlio tour coming years.commenclng
July 1st. Ucloro advertising lor pro
posals for theso envelopes tho Depart
ment had a great deal of preparatory
work to transact consisting chiefly of
getting tho most suitable paper for the
various styles of tho old ones, and other
work ot a similar nature. It is estimat
ed that there will bo ordered by the
Department during tho eioming year,
b3,2o0,000 worth of stamped envelopes.
it it should pay tor them on tho basis
of tho present contract a disbursement
of over !s950,000 over and above that
sum would bo required. Tho result
will therefore bo a saving of upward of
a million ot dollars or about 25 percent,
Take, again, tho contract for supply
ing tho Department with postal cards,
stamps, tags, registered packages and
dead letter and official envelopes. This
contract was entered into on tho SUM
of June last and is to run four years,
Tho first year is near enough its close
to enable a very correct idea being
formed as to how it has worked bo far
and how it will work for tho remaining
threo years, fiy the last ot this month
it is estimated that the books will show
orders by the Department for supplies
under the contract referred to amount
ing to 1,932,253,589 ; and the amount
paid for them will show a decrease o
about 25 per cent in tho outlay for
postage stamps, about 12 per cent
postal cards, and 45 per cent in othor
articles during tho previous fiscal year,
Altogether the i'oslollico Uepartincn
under tho supervision ot I'ostmaster
General Vilas is making an excellent
record in purchasing its supplies.
Tho leport that ox-faonatoi Davis o
W. Va., might possibly bo appointed
Secretary of tho Treasury, has caused
much amusement during tho past week.
tor it is well known that tho 1'resldent
has no intention of appointing a sue
oessor to Secretary Manning at loasl
until tho coming Uctobcr. it is prob
able, if tlio truth were known, that tho
presence, of Stephen Elkins, sou-in-law
of Mr. Davis, and Blaine's lieutenant
in tho last campaign, was the only
drawback which the President found
in spending the first of his married lifo
Explosion in a Goal Mlno.
OUSES 11ADI.Y SHAKES UI' AND THF. SUIM
PACK OK THE (1110 UN 1) SlNKlNtl.
samo should not bo sold.
MaryM. Campbell, asslgnco of Camp
bell & Co. vs. Jarius Hauolc, vend. or.
ordered to issue to Bell lifo cstato of
defendant, on filing of propor affidavit.
M. W. JaokBon vs. J. F. Hicks and
Nancy Hicks ndmlniBtrntrix of Benj.
Hicks, deceased ( rule to show oauso
why said administratrix should not bo
subrogated to rights of plaintiff..
Katato ol mias mum, ruio on ncirs
to accept or refuso real cstato at tho
W. Chrisinan Esq. appointed auditor
to mako distribution in estate of Elias
F. P. Billinoyer Esq. appointed audi
tor to make distribution in rata to of J.
As is tlio general custom throughout
tho Methodist Conference to observe
Children's day, the Sunday school, un
der tlio management of otipt. Urnnes,
engaged in theso services on Sunday
last. j. no exercises consisieei in reci
tations by tho children, both morning
and evening, belect reading was en
gaged in by Misses Ida Custer, Alico
Drieblebis, Jennie Roighard and Beck-
Reighard. A song, "Ulap lour
Hands Ivor Joy, was engaged in by
thirteen little girls, whoso ages rango
from 5 to 8 years. Rev. Owen ad
dressed tho children in tlio morning on
the subject of "Wisdom," endeavoring
to mako tbo subject twotold, consider
ing tho matter m five points. 1st the
house. 2, the open door, 3, tho feast, 4,
the company and 5 tho welcome. For
the ample timo allotted, the minister
did short justice to tho subject. Tho
church presented a fine appearance on
account of its fine tloral decorations,
to which an address was given by
Zclla Custer, the closing address by
Miss buo Hicks.
I. W. McKelvy is improving his
farm by fixing tho building that so
long needed tho improvement.
J. V. Oman arrived home on Mon
day evening after graduating in a four
years courso as cadet at Annapolis.
Tho first eiuarterly conference tor
Lightstreet and Espy chargo was held
nt rispy on tho 10th mst.
lictsy ilagcnbuchs rcsidcnco puts
forth a different appearanco since being
It. (J. Johnson is carpentering at or
near i airmount Springs.
11 U an establMed fact ttiat Hood's Bar.
snparllU lins proven iui lnvaluablo remedy
hi ni.111) severe cases ol rheumatism, enect
Intr rcinatkablo cu.es by Its powerful action
In correcting tlio acidity ot tlio blood, which
Is tlio cause ot tho disciie, and purifying
and enriching tlio vital fluid.
It u certainly fair to assume that what
Hood's Sarsaparllta lias dono for others It
will do (or you. Therefore, It you sutler
tho pains and aches ot rheumatism, glvo
this potent remedy a fair trial.
A Fosltlvo Cure.
"I was troubled very much with rheuma
tism In my hips, ankles, and wrists. I
could baldly walk, and was confined to my
bed a good deal of the time. Being rec
ommended to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, I
took four bottles and am perfectly well.
I cheerfully recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla
as ono of the best blood purifiers In tho
world." V. lf. Wood, Bloomlngton, 111.
For Twenty Ycnrs
I havo been afflicted with rheumatism. Before
1883 1 found no relief, but grow worse. I then
began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and It did
mo moro good than all tho other mcdlclno I
ever had." II. T. Balcom, Shirley. Mass.
" I suffered from what tlio doctors called
muscular rheumatism. I took Hood's Sar
saparilla and am entirely cured." J. V. A.
I'roudfoot, letter carrier, tJhlcago. 111.
Wo shall bo glad to send, free of charge
to all who may desire, a book containing many
additional statements ol cures by
Sold by all druggists. $1 ; six for $5. Mado
only by O. I. HOOD tt CO., Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar.
K AltK INDEBTED
TO THE SOUTH FOIt
No mcdlclno lssountmsallyusodln tho South-
cm States as SIMMON'S tlVEH KIMULATOIt. It
won Its way Into every Southern home by pure,
sterling merit. It thcio takes tlio placo of a doctor
nnd costly prescriptions. It Is a
urcly vegetable; gcntlo In Its ncjlon; can bo sato-
ly given to any person, no matter what age.
It promotes ingestion, dissipates nasty Sick
Headache, and gives a strong, full tono to tho Sys
tem. H has no equal ns a Preparatory Medicine,
nnd can bo Barely used when a doctor cannot bo
Endorsed by persons o( tho Mghcst character
nnd eminence, as tho
BEST FAMILY MKDICINK.
If tlio child has tlio colic, It Is a euro and t.ifo
medr. It tt 111 restore strength to tlio overwork
ed father, and relieve tho wlfo from low spirits,
numuiciie, uyspcpsio, consupaunn aim iiko m.
Y1I V klU I.V lllfllll'INK"
''I havo been ti user of Hlmmons Uier ltoirulator
for many years, having mado It my only Family
Medicine, It Is a pure, good rcilablo medicine.
y momcr ucioro me was cry partial 10 iu
"I llnd tho liegtilator very sure, harmless nnd
'llAble ah a rnmllv medicine, nml lmvo used it
for any disorder or the system nnd found It to act
llko a charm. I bellovo If It was used In timo It,
oum prove a great prevent no or sickness, i
aw often rermiimendcd It. to mv friends, nnd
BI1IU1 COIIIIIIUU 10 no BO.
"IILV. JAP. M. 1HII.1.I.N.S,
nstor M. li Church Mouth, Fairfield. Va."
ESTATE OK CATHARINE KAIIVKB, DECEASED.
TO I'eler Fnrvpr. nf HHcroavllliv T.ltjprnn Ca. In '
Hester Itelnhanl. of SnllnihiHtmrtr. I.veointmr va.
ii.; Durnu a. iiess. or nausas centre. Kansas;
Homos Fnner. of Coscvllle. Huron Co.. itlchHran.
vui.i .mi i if jni i. s;
Whereas, at an Ornhans' Court, held In lilooms-
Dtiijr, In nnd lor tlio county ot Columbia, tho
third day of .Mnv. A. 11. lwxn. fiefnrn t.hn linn. Wm.
Klwcll, President, and his Associates, .lustlces ot
the said court, tho petition of tleo. v. Fnrvcr was
prcscnicu, betting rortn that catnarlno timer, or
said countv. lntelv ilteil Interfile. w!7Pil tn nrr
demcsur as of fee, Of and In a certain messuago
and tract of land slluate in tho township of Jack
son, said county, bounded by lands ot .lohn Fritz,
riuzmiu uL'K'iintT, ra'nuci itnousuanu wasuing
ton Knouse, containing about eighteen acres of
land, with tho appurtenances. Toko notice that
nn Inquest will bo held on said lands upon tlio
piemlses, onSaturday, July Iti, xtm, at ono o'clock
in the, nltcrnoon, to mako partition to and among
the heirs nnd legal representatives of tho said
Catharine Farver, deceased, it tho fcfimouau bo
dono without prejudice to or spoiling tho whole.
iinun u. cuniiot uu to oi iupu, men in toiuonuu
appralso the whole ot tho said real estate, nt
w hlch tlnio and lit.iee you can attend It you sco
proper. SA.MUM, SMITH, Sheriff.
juoomsuurg, June 8, lttra.
FOIt ASSOCIATE JU1X1H,
I. K. KRICKI5AUM.
Subject to decision of Pemocratlo paity.
FOB, ASSOCIATE JU1H1K,
C. G. MURPHY,
rinlv nno fttn enn lie crlven to each candidate for
dclegato uni'c the recent amendment to I ho rules.
FOIt ASSOCIATE JUDOK,
Of Alain Township.
Rnlilppt. tnrtpplslnn nf DemocrotlC DartV. DclO-
gato election will bo held July so, convention,
FOB ASSOCIATE JUDOE,
Of Scott Township.
Subject to decision of Democratlo party.
K M. TEWKSBUKY,
Subject to decision of Democratic party.
1 L. SIIUMAN,
Subject to decision of Democratlo party.
down, can bo uuaht or acceptcel save at )uer Parki It waB realy M)vMo
by tho sacrifice of journalistic) success
and usefulness. Times.
Homo of the Printers.
TIIF. I'Ultl'OSB TO WHICH TUB OlFT OF
mi'.ssbs. ciur.ua ani dbexki. wiu.
Tho committee of tho International
Typographical Union appointed to de.
viso n plan whureby tho munificent ,inV
bo put to the best possiblo uso will
recommend that tho ij 10,000 remain at
Interest for tho space of fivo years. On
the next birthday of Gcorgo . Chiltls
it U proposed that every union printer
cast of tho Mississippi River shall set
up 1,U0U ems, tlio proceeds ot which
shall co into this fund. Next, when
I ho birthday of Anthony Droxel dawns,
ivory union printer west of tho Missis
sippi shall in liko manner contributo
to see with what alacrity tlio fat wilted
Elkins reached tlio latter placo from
New York in order to havo his arrival
announced during tho President's so
journ there. Mr. Elkins is by no
means a cioso mouthed person nnd
therefore, only arrivint; at Deer Park
on tho morniiit' of Mr. Cleveland's de
parture ho managed to interviow him
anil parauo his views ot tho 1 resident
in tho press dispatches tho following
Delesato Election, July 20.
uonvcntion, July 27.
(Subject to action of Democratic
E. M. TEWKS11URY,
Of Catawissa, Columbia Co., Pa.
"Tho pcoplo'slaw is habitually violated,
evaded and elehed."
"No freo government can loni; exist
whcro tho organic law of tlio Stato
is habitually defied. '
"Tho Constitution of 1874 is not com
munistic. It assails no right of
property, nor docs it civo counte-
n alico to pripciplcs which would
degrado or demoralize society.
Tho Constitution cannot wholly en-
forco itself, nor could it provide
detailed regulations for its en
forcement', these must bo provided
liy tho Ijcgislaturc.
"In tho selection of members of tho
Legislature at tho uexe general
election, select only suoh as aro
pledged to tho long-neglected
work ot Constitutional enlorcp
mcnt." lom address of Constl
tuttonal Uomviittte, 188G.
people, through tho ballot box,
should upon all laws, sumptuary
or organic, havo an opportunity to
express their opinion, beforo bo.
coming a Bettled law. Let a'.l' bo
equal beforo law. No monopoly,
Democrats of Columbia County: Tno
nbovo aro my sentiments and if nomi
nated and fleeted, pledge, mvsclt to la
bor in all honorable ways to carry it
into oilect. Truly l ours,
E. M. TEWKSBURY.
JAMES T. FOX,
Of Beaver Township.
Subject to decision of Democratlo party.
A. L. FRITZ,
Subject to decision of Democratlo party.
Do ITo More Whitewashing
Can bo had to cheap. Send for pamphlet and
coiur cam, nuu leuru us mtrriis.
MAStt'lil.l. llA'.l.HTT A: CO.
Ifiu McElderry's Wharf, Ualllmore, Md., and
cui wabuingion Ave., rimuueipuiv, ru.
STANDARD and RELIABLE
Wo will hell a lino solid cold watch, nickel lew,
eled and adjusted movement, cased In new and
sorted styles, on tho following terms:
Ier Week, l'ei- ainutli
To bo Hung
tho pay of 1,000 ems to tho fund.
Thus for fivo years it is proposed to
coramemorato in this way tho birthday
of these two generous givers. At tlio
end of tho period it is expected a hand-
tiomo sum, not far short of $30,000,
will havo been raised. With this it is
in contemplation to erect in Philadel
phia a beautiful hull, which shall bo
known as tho homo of tlio craft tho
(.biding placo for all timo to como of
the International Typographical Union.
Governor Pattison on Saturday siirn
ed tho death warrant of Michael Metz,
of Fayette, and August 12 is tho day
lor his execution, mqva and a com
paiiion, named Rocco Considoiitc, both
Italians, wero working at llio sugar
camp ot Wm. bturgis, in I'.iyctto
county, and on tho night of September
22, loHj, JUct. aroso anil shot Const'
dento and robbed him of $150, n revol
vcr and watuh. After waiting a reason.
nblo timo tho Govornor signed tho
death warrant on tho day stated.
Work upon tno dictionary of tho
IS I" f , , -
j'.ngiisu language, iu uu piiuiisueu uy
tho vtntury company, has been pro
grossing for livo years. It is designed
to mako this dictionary so complete
in its doiluitious of alt branches of
seienco and art that oven tho specialist
will ncod nothing luriner.
$100 Watch 2.00 or $8.00
$75 Watch $l.o0 $0.00
$70 Watch $1.00 $5.00
$60 Wntch $1.00 $5.00
$50 Watch $1.00 $5.00
Ladles' and fcllvcr watches on samo terms.
None need hesitate to avail themselves ot this
f lan, ns our refutation as nrst-elass dealers In
I1AMONIW, iVATCHES and JEWUUtV Is a hunic
HAMRICK & SON
80-1 Chestnut St.. Philad'a, Pa
Juno 11 4t d.
An adjourned court was held
Juno 11th and 12lh, all tho judges
August Thiele was sworn as a citizen
of tho United States.
Sheriff's deed to C. W. Eves for tho
property of W. R. Cox acknowledged
iu upon court.
Ovorseers of poor of Roariugcreek
township vs. Aaron Dricsbach et nl.
order of court filed.
Auditor's report on exceptions and
to mako distribution iu assigned cstato
ot u a. iirocicway, continued visi.
Road in Catawissa township, Christ
lan Artley, Benjamin Sheets and Will
iam Stoker appointed viewers. This
is a petition to widcu street in Lata
un motion ot J. II. Maize Esq. or
dered that tho money paid into court
by 0. W. Eves for tho property of W,
It. Cox, sold at sheiiffs salo at tho suit
of C. R. Cox bo paiu into First Nation
al Rauk of Bloomsburg.
un petition tor order ol restraint of
Margaret Woaver, an insane person,
Dr. II. W. McReynolds, L. S. Winter
steen and J. ,1. Browcr aro appointed
Estate) of Casper Rhawn, rulo on
heirs to accept or refuso real cstato at
tho valuation, or show causo why tho
NATURE'S PERFECT HEALTH
(MIDF inn 10 mposhiuio i uiu uiges
- lion is mij-ireu. iuo liv.
er lructlui. or tho
will cure constl paUon. sick
heudacho and dyspepsia. It
rct,ulaies the bowels and
enables llioho of fcenie ot.
L-cutlon to enlov their food.
It reduces rover, cools iho
blood. Is Invaluable in pi c
and tntlammatory dwa'-cs,
and Is a lutly esteemed
Apei'ent for children, cco-
ivfi noinicai, reuauie, cu-gaui.
', it Hlinuld Iw found In eve-r
nVCDLUe.ll noubcnoia. oia uy unit'
UlOrtlu I Hi Blsts ctci-ywliere, Manu-
(A?l4 a. i u., iuy iuii.,
juuo it su r.
C pV.HoaHafihO ami Is a liutly esteemi
ICE OP INQL'KST.
Good Business Location
Tho undersigned offers for sale, on
easy terms, tho
Planing Mill, Dry Dock, Lumber Sheds
etc., (with excellent wharfago facilities)
located on tho batiks of tlio l'cnn'a
Canal, within oiio-epinrtcr of a milo of
tho 1). L. it W. depot, at Beach Hn
ven, Luzcrno county, l'a. A good ferry
also connects this placo with tho coun
try on opposite bIiIo of tlio Susfiuo
hnnna river. Tho machinery consists
of a lamo plniier,inottldiiig and match
ing maoliine, turning latho and bracket
saw, also circular saws, all in good
working order. It has n
10-horse Power water wheel
under a twenty-six foot head. Tlio
mill is3Gx4"i font, with two largo lum
ber sheds, ono 13x91. ono 20x(il. This
14 a fooel opening for any energctio
business man. For further" particulars
Ex'u ov 1). BitAiir.it lis r atk,
March o-if." Beach Haven, I'h
Wheat per bushel..
Ilvo " " ..
Corn " " .... 4f,
Oats " " 5
Flour " hbl
Kggs . VJ
Dried Apple 0:1
Hide nnd shoulder 0(1
Lard per lb 03
liny per ton
Vlncear ncr rnl SO
Onions per bushel TO
Veal skins 07
"Wool per lb 83
Hides r, to 7
Coal on WnAitK.
No 0 2.00i Nos 3. 8, 4 & Lump i.l.W
No. G $3.00 Illlumlmis, $3.35
CLOTHING ! CLOTHING !
G, W. BERTSCH,
THE MERCHANT TAILOR.
Cents Furnishing Goods, Hats & Caps
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Suits made to order at short notice
and a litalwas iniurantced or no salo.
Call and examine) tho largest and best
selected stocK ot gooeis ever snown in
Btore next door to Pirst National Hank,
Kslate QfSlla SMIenry lite nf I'islitiigrmk toitn-
Letters testamentary on the estate or Silas Mc
.un. j. ui;i.(.-bi-u, uu. iiik ijcii KiuiiiAJ uj mu utf-
lster or safd county to the itnUertlunca executor
nil persons Indebted to said esta'e nro hereby notl
llcil to pay tin- same, and those haMmr claims
uraliist aald estate lo nit-sent the same iMthout
WILLIAM L. McIIENUV
Stillwater, l'a. Kxecutor.
j is bl.
STOVES & TINWARE.
All kinds of work in Sheet Iron, Roof
mg and Spouting promptly
Letters testDi.ienta-v nn tl o estate ot Aaron
Hcndershott, deceased, having been granted by
tbo Ileglsier of sn'd co inty to tlio underslKred ex
ecutrix, all persons Indebted to sold es-to a"e
nereuy noiiuca 10 pay mo same, ana iiiosa uav
lnL- claims against said estate to present tucarre
without delay to
Geo. E. Elwkli, Arrv.
Jiitate of tlary Walters, late of Madison tirp. ctcc'i!
Letters ot lulmlnlsi ration In said cstato havlnc
been granted to tho undersigned admiDlsfalor,
an pcreuus inucmeu to saia estaio are nercD' nu
tltledtopay tho samo and those having claims
against said estato present tho same to
HEV. li. v. MUNliO, Administrator,
A DMINISTHATOH'S NOTICE.
Jista te of Kit JYaler, late of Ft8l,liicr?ek tn.
Letters nt administration in said estate having
been granted to no urderslgred ndmUlstrator,
all persons Indebted to sakl tstato nro hereby 110.
tltled to pay tlio;same, end those having claims
uKuiii), &uiu I'siuiu present, inn hnmn 10
Jilt JAtvli UHIMftUr.lt, Aiim
tfsttlct attention given to heating uy steam.
Corner of Mam & East Sts.,
TO FARMERS !
Anyone In wnntot tho
Glass Feed Fertilizer, Grain
Drill, Cider Mill or any
thing Manufactured by
the Company, can
get them of
ESTATK 1)1' K. II. LITTLE, UECB1SKD.
Tho undersigned Auditor, annuoluted by tho Or.
phans' Court ot Columbia county, to distribute
funds In the hands or tho administrator, vtlll sit
at his onice In llcrwlek, l'a., on t-'aturday. June so,
lsho, nt 10 o'clock a. m., when and where all part
ies interested in said estato must n.ipenr and pre
sent their clalusor bo forever debarred trom com
ing in on saiu iunu. w. ii sun n,
ESTATE UK WILLIAM WEST, bKCEASBP
Tho undersltrned auditor aDnatnted bv tho nr.
Ehans court of Columbia county to distribute
alanco ii hands ot the administrator In tbo cs
tato of William West, will sit at his office in
iiioomsourg,03 iuonaay, ji-ne igjiu itm at u o ctocK
p. m.. when aid whe.-o all nart'es interested in
said estate must appea- p id preumt tl-elr claims
ur uu ueuurrcu irum cuinipg in un saiu irna.
E. It. IKULKIt,
June 4. Auditor.
J-OTICE IN DIVOHOE.
IN THE COMMON I'LEAS OP COLU.MUIA CO.
wary li jonos, U7 nerncxt mend. B. w. Illlivs.
wuuam k. Jones.
To Wm. K Jones, respondent nbovo named: Where
as upon mo uuei or tno sold Mary li Jones n sti j-
jujuu wus issueu out. oi me saia court commana
nc vou to bo and nnnear at tho next rririilnr term
of said Court to show causo why tlio said libelant
should not Do divorced trom tho bonds of inatrl
mony contracted by you; and whereas upon return
ot said subpoena due proof was mado that you
could not bo found In the bailiwick of the Sheriff
ot said couuty, whereupon an !. subpa-na was
awarded by said Court commanding vou to no-
pear at tho then next term ot said Court to nnswi r
as aioresaia, 10 wuicu mo same return was maoo
by tho Sheriff. You aro theerore renulijdtobe
anil nnnear on tneilrst dav or tho next term of
aum luuri, iu uo ueiu at uioomsuurg, ror saiu
county, on tho fourth Monday of September next,
J. XL lonu, IU ilU3l.r billU cuiiipiuuiu
may as .t.
HAMUKI, SMITH, Sheriff.
VfOTICE OP APPLICATION FOU
IN TIIK COPKT OK COMMON I'LEAS OP rOI.DMMA CO.
nonce is nereuy given mat an; application will
be made to tho said com t (or a law ludcro thereon
on the 18th day or juno A. I). lsBOatlu o'clock a.
in. under tin, ''Cnrnnrntlnn Apr. nf nun (linucnnr,
tight hrndred and teenty.foi'r" and tho supp'e-
inenis inereio oy w. it. 'ino'is, .1. u. urown, lmid
Lowenbertr. Oco. K. Klwell r id II. II. Orotz for tho
chatter of an Intended co-poratton to bo ca"cd
"iniiuiiK urovot-arK Association," tuo ennracter
and object of which Is for the purposo of purchas
ing or leasing grounds to bo tilted up as a park or
parks within ine Town of nioomsburg, l'a., or In
r 10 oo usea tor
any and all pur
y other portion of tlio county
ildlng celebrations, picnics anil i
ses for which similar places ur
heso purposes to havo possess nnd enjoy nil tho
rimegcs conieireu uy ino
rights, uinelltB and privileges confeired by t
said act and Its supplements,
C. W..MILLKII, Solicitor.
Rcail Instate !
fucturcd only by TAUHA
our readers for 18 cents tn postage stamps to
pay for mailing and wrapping nnd names of
two book agents, will recelvo FltEl! a bteel
Finish I'arlor Engraving ot all our 1'ltESI
IiK.NTtJ, Including Cleveland, stve nxiiSlncb,
Address Etder Pub.Co.,Chicago, III.
1L 1 11 ii
Hend six cents for post
age, und rccelto free, a cost
ly box of goods which w 111
help you to more money
right away than anylhlnft
els In tliH world. All, ot
cither sex, succeed iron
first hour. The broad road to torture opens bo
na iho workers, absolutely sure. At one ad
dress, Tuck s. Co., Augusta, Maine. viu-to
TVroriCK. Tlio undersigned liereliy gives
publlo notice, from this date, that Inas
much as It U uuplcaiant forhlni to continue to
uve wuii uit whit, uu iuki's uitnuii-iuuu ui iniorm-
lug the publlo generally, nut to sell or trade hu
wfte anything un his credit, as hu will not pay
any bills uf her contraction, and this shall bo
deemed sufilclcut notltc
JAfi. 1. l ILLKIt.
Tho undersigned, administrator of tlio estato ot
Mary Waltere, lato of .Madison 'I wp., deceased,
will oxpobo to publlo salo on tho premises on
Saturday, July 31, 86,
at 10 o'clock a. m., all that certain raesauage, ten.
emcnt and tract ot land situate In Madison Twp.,
Columbia county, l'a., bounded and described as
follows, to-wlt: Beginning In a publlo road leading
from White Hall to Jeraeytown on lino of lands ot
Wm. Mcllrlde, tlienco along said road south thlr
ty-clght degrees east twenty-eight perehes,thenco
by namo south lorty-nlno degrees cast eight
perches, thence by same south fifty-seven and
one-fourth degrees, eleven and Hve-tenths perches,
thenco by lands of Wm. Mcurlde north forty -tw
degrees east Hguty-nlno and three-tenths perches,
thenco by samo south thirty soven degrees cast
forty-two and Hve-tenths perches to another pub
llo road, thenco by land of Jacob tllrton forty
threo and one-fourth degrees west ninety-eight
perches, thence by lands of Jacob Middle north
forty-nlno degrees west eighty-seven and me-
tenths perches, thenco by land of Wm, .McBrldo
noith forty-tour and one-halt degrees east twenty
and nve-tcnths percnes to placo of beginning, con
and seventy perches, mora or less.
ThllMS OF BALE. Ten per cent ot ono-fourth ot
the purchaso money to bo paid at tho striking
down ot the property ; the one-fourth less the teu
percent, at tho continuation ot sale and tho re
maining three-fourths In ono year tucreaftc
with Interest from confirmation ntsL
JUI KEV, II. C, MUNIU),
Littiis, Attyp. Administrator.
HEAB IIllOWN'S INBUUANCE
AIlEI.'eiY. Mover's new bulldlmr. Mala street.
.lltna Insurance Co., ot Hartford, Conn ll.wa.-.-JO
itoyal ot Liverpool , i9,suu,uou
Fire Association, l'hlladelphla 4,163,710
l'hoenlx, of London t,,vwl,37U
Ixindon & Lancashire, ot England l,1tM,U70
Hartford of Hartford , S.'.TH.uao
rJprlngtleld Flro and llarlno s.osj.Jhu
As the agencies aro direct, policies aro written
for the Insured without ucluy In the oflico at
uiuuuuuurg, uct. w, 'Bi
E. B. BROWER
AS FITT1NW k STEAM HKATINtt
John II. Haiiiiis, Pit. 1). 1'itisiii'AL.
KK11ITKENTII YKAIt BEGINS
AUGUST 24, 1886.
Property cost fM,ooo. Campus, SO acres.
Library, over a.ooo volumes.
Moro than Jl.OOO in apparatus.
Superior facilities for students In rhyslology.
Location healthful, Instruction thorough, dis
cipline strict, expenses moderate, experienced
teachers, smalt classes, personal attention.
Prepares for business, for college and for tcacli-
lng. students prepared In Keystone have entered
Yalo and Harvard unconditioned.
separate building of brick, heated by steam, for
tho uso of ladles.
Students travel on tho D. L. & W. and branches
and on the Lehigh Valley at halt rates.
For catalogue or Information address tno pnnci
pal at Factory vllle, To. tm- S3-3ms.
E:-:chanC Barber Step & lath Room
At the old stand, under llio
ORNAMENTAL IRON FEKCES
or cast cn wiiought iiion.
Tho following shows the llcket Gothic, one of
the several boaiitlftil styles ot Fence manufactured
by tho under signed.
For Beauty and Durability they aro unsurpass
cd. set up by experienced hands and warranted
to glvo satisfaction.
Prices and specimens of other de
signs sent to any address.
SOLI) UY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Having strucgled no years between life nnd
death with ASTHMA or PHTHISIC, treated by
eminent physicians, and receiving no benefit, I
was compelled during the lasts years of my Ill
ness lo sit on my chair day and night gasping for
breath. .My sufferings wero beyond description.
In despair I expei nneniod on myseil by com
pounding roots and herbs nnd inhaling tho medi
cine thus obtained. 1 fortunately discovered this
woNiiuiiFUL cum: fou asthma and ca
TAltltll, wr ranted to relievo tho most stubborn
casoot ASTHMA IN FIVE MINUT1S, so that tho
iiaitcnt can nqaowaio lTsiniiu&Kcpcomioriauiy.
'lease read the following condensed extracts from
unsolicited testimonials, all of recent date:
unver v. it. noimes, c-an dose, waL, writes: "i
find tho remedy all and even moro than repre
sented. I receive Instantaneous ullef."
E. M. Carson, A. -M., warren, Kansas,
writes: "Was treated by eminent physicians of
this country and eierrnanv: tried tho ctlmato ot
different states nothing atlordcd relict llko your
1. x utiles. iuuiujr iiv.isunr, I UHUUriUUIti,
Miss., wrltM! "Havo used tho ltemedy. Would
not Ilvo w llhout It. Every ono that uses It ro.
I u. l helps, l M.. ttnggs, Ohio, wmes: "suf
fered with asthma 40 years. Your medicine In a
minutes docs moro for mo than the most eminent
physician did for me In threo years."
II, C. l'lumplon, Jollet, HL, writes: "Send Ca
tarrh Iiemcdy at once. Cannot get along without
It. 1 nnd It to bo tho most valuable mcdlclno I
havo ever tried."
eieo. W. llrady, Nelson Co., Ky., wiltcs: "lam
using tho remedy, ilalncds pounds Iu3 weeks,
would not be without It."
Martin Fox, Little Falls, N. V., writes: "Find
ltemedy excellent, could not in o without It,"
Wo havo many other hearty testimonials ot cure
or relief, and In order that all sufferers from Asth
ma, Catarrh, Hay Fovo-, and klrdred diseases may
have nn opportunity ot testtug tho value ot the
iteiiieuy wo wuiscna lo any auurcsHTjUAbrAiK-
.1. zimme.iman & cti., Proprietor,
Wholesale Druggists, Woosier, Wajne Co., O.
Full size box by mall (1. mayT-ly.
L. E. Klotz,
--SOLK AtlENT FOIt-
rilE SHAVER SYSTEM
(Specially adapted for communication In
For llio Counties ot Carbon, Columbia, Le-
lilgli, l.uzcrnc, Lackawanna, Monroe,
Jlonlour, Northampton, North
umbcrluiitl and bchiivlUill,
Also, Agent for tho
kirn System ol k and Incan
descent Electa Lin
-AND DKALKIt IN-
nml Appliances of nil kinds. Hotel
and Iiouso Annunciators, llurglar
Alarms, KIcctric Door Hells,
Lluhtnlnir, Arresters, Klec
trlc Gas I.lclitlnir. &c.
Ustlmates given on allworic on application.
i . j. AU'iress,
L. E. KLOTZ,
JIAUCII CHUNK, Pa.
SiTSollcltors find Agents wanteil.
Opens oth month, nth. Thirty minutes from
liroadht. Station. Philadelphia. Under the care
ui menus, uui an oiners adiuituxi. Fullcollegf
course for both sexes: Classical. Kclentlttn nml t it
erary. Alo a .Manual Training and a preparatory
schoul. Healthful location, largo grounds, new
and extensive buildings and apparatus. For cat
alogue and full particulars, address KDWAIII) H.
AUUI, A. 1., I TVS U IJUnO ).
Urand rrlw Mwlal, I'arU, mu,
Akk rour Oroccr for It. Vui, Wreydoppel,Mfr.,
SIX KvrtB i'rout Btrut, illILADLl'U;A, fA,
WE AUE SELLING TOK
$elf indei4, Ski'vetef ct vIowe.
Wo liae tho only lull steel frumo binder In market, ondaro bcIUdk It at fair prices. Uont be talked
idio uuj idl; lwi anu iseo niacDim? at mu pncu wo aro selling1 iwomacniDee,
OOME AND EXAMINE OUR 2 NEW MOWERS.
ItEAIt AND FItONT CUT. ALSO OUK
Junior Right-Hand Binder.
tho only ono In the country for sale, and you will be convinced. A full lino of Osborno repairs nlwoy
on nana, hu can aim leruisu repairs lor uu ui mo oia maKO or oiuorno machines. Constantly on
hand a full line of knives, ilvets, etc., tor nil makes ot roape.-s and mowers.
HARM AN & H ASSERT.
SOLE AOINTS 1'On
F.F, AUAIS t CO.,
Solo agents of tho fol
Ion ing brands ot
WHOLESALE DEALEItS IN
FRUITS AND NUTS.
fcOLE AfiENTS FOIt
FRESH KVEKY WEEK.
THE HAMBURG CHAMPION PLOW
is pronounced hyilendlnp tai mcrs supeilor to uny plow In the market for
i Ightncss of draught and durability. Its v. oik is unexcelled. Also
ttU VISIBLE FIOW SHAEE.
Fanners wlllflnd this Invention a saving to llitmot at least two-thirds
Iho expenso for plow thares. Thete thares aro nticd to all lendlug chllkd
FOR SALE BY
FirtErS' PRODUCE EXCHANQE,
" C ABP1TS I
stock of Carpetings just
GOOD BODY BRUSSELS, $1.00,
QRANt) RAPIDS B CiflQ SWEEPERS.
1H. J. A. HHEIIX1AX hfl rcliirnl tmm lil. h m rut.. .
zvroz birunuiatBii rimttim iu.im t .7 71 .7.:.
send tar i ta ,f VirJSi.inr"!.'. K ""f?' "r. Bhorinau's wrsonat bervlcea shouia
mmemucr, omce ai4 liroadway, New York,
may ia u d.
Bcudfor his homo circular of adilco and Instruction.
.u.tv uwvi, UW,V ,KIWBIHVI,