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KltlDAY, AUGUST 20, 18H0.
DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION.
BUCK NAMED ON HEST BALLOT.
Tho Democrats of Pennsylvania held
their convention in the Opera llonso
nt llanisbiirir on AVi'iliitwiay. It was
nn immeiipo "pntlioring of npreaenta
tivo men from all over tho atato, and
thero wero more visitor-! to tlio oity In
tho capacity of lookorn-on, than a9 del
egates. Tho fight for govofnor early
narrowed down to William A. Wallaco
ami Chauneoy P. Black, and foratimo
it was hard to tell which was ahead,
but when tho friends of Mr. Wallaco
mado !ho mistake of putting his can
didaoy as a rebuko to tho national
administration for what thoy termed
"Dcmocratlo Camcronlsm" in tho dis
tribution of tho offices, it gavo Chaun
eoy P. Ulack a boom that placed him
in nomination on tho first ballot.
Wallace's friends wero earnest and act
ivo, and ombrnced such Btaunch Demo
crats as Senator Eckloy B. Coxe, Con
gressmen Mutchlcr and Spccr, and
Sonator McAteer, while Black was ably
represented by Congressman Maisli,
Chairman lie unci and a host of friends
on the street.
The convention was called to order
at 10:30 a. m. by chairman lleneel, and
a tomporaiy organization effected by
tho olection of" ox-Judce Herman of
Cumberland county as temporary chair
man. Uo mado a tolling spoecn on
taking tho chair. Ex-Congressman
Mortimer F. Elliott was mado perman
ent chairman, and ho too responded
with an address that brought forth
rounds of applauso at tho closo of al
most every sentence. After tho reports
of committees on credentials and rcso
lutions tho nomination of candidates
for governor was in order. Tho con
vention was composed of 359 delegates
and 180 were necessary for a choico.
Wo aro unablo to givo full details of
tlio convention, as tho Thursday morn
ing papers failed to reach here before
coinc to press. Tho other nominees
aro K. Brnco Ricketts of Lnzorno for
Lieutenant Governor, Maxwell Stephen'
son of Philadelphia for Congress-at-
larcre, J. Simpson Afnca of Hunting
don for Secretarv of Internal Affairs,
and W. J. Brcnnan of Pittsburg for
THE CONGRESSIONAL SITUATION.
Thus far but three counties have
held their congressional conventions in
tho Eleventh district Columbia has
instructed for lion. C. K. Buckalew,
Luzerne has two sets of conferrees,
ono instructed for Mr. Buckalew, and
tho other for Michael Cassidy of Car
bon. Lackawanna held its convention
on Monday and instructed for Prank
Beamish, with power to select his own
conferrees. Montour will hold its delo
gate election on the 21st, and the con
test will be between Jesso Amerman
and Dr. Neubakor, Mr. Buckalew
having decided not to enter tho fight
in that county. Monroo will probably
present Mr. Storm for renomination,
Pike will name Senator Ilowland, and
Csrbon will go for Klotz or Cassidy.
Mr. Buckalew has his own county, and
ho is justly entitled to tho Luzerne
delegation. Beamish and Neubaker
aro supposed to bo friendly to him, and
if ho secures thoir support ho will have
four counties and his nomination will
bo sore. There is no telling howover
what complications may arise, as each
candidate will bo likely to use every
effort to obtain his own nomination.
With our largo majority and tho char
acter of our candidate, Columbia should
bo given tho nomination without a
Judge Schuyler of Northampton
county has recently rendered a decis
ion on tho dischargo of prisoners, of
which tho substance is as follows:
Tho Act of May 10, 1871 authorizing
the board of prisou inspectors to dis
chargo convicts who shall have served
out tho term of their imprisonment,
does not authorize tbo dischargo of
prosecutors cr defendants sentenced
only to pay the costs.
The power to dischargo prisoners,
committed for costs alone, is vested in
tho county commissioners, but it seems
that no dischargo can bo mado until
The county commissioners have power
to advance tho sum necessary to dis
chargo a prisoner, committed for costs
alone, if by so doing, money can bo
saved to tho treasury ; but this powor
should bo exercised on tho merits of
each case, and with a view to tho gon
Beaver's Trade Orders Not a Convenience.
From tho Dellefonto Watchman.
General Beaver's store orders aro be
low par and won't bring the cash. Wo
know of an instanco where forty dol
lars' worth of theso orders, coupons,
shinplasters, or whatever thoy call
them, wero purchased by a man as an
accommodation, and when ho presented
them at tho company store and demand
ed the cash for them ho couldn't get it,
but had to take out his forty dollars'
worth in sugar at eight cents a pound,
which was half a cent a pound moro
than ho could have purchased tho samo
quality of sugar for in Bellefoutc.
Mayor Smith of Philadelphia Is ac
cused of recoiviug and retaining in his
possession until now, moneys paid in
January by tho pawnbrokers for licens
es, and which by law, should havo been
handed to tho city treasurer at once.
This is a misdemeanor, and ho can be
prosecuted for it. Tho "dandy" mayor
is off on a summer trip, and has made
no answer to tho charge as yet
Thero have been C.3S9 failures in
tho United States so far this year,
against 7,3G7 last year. Thero ap
pears to bo something after all in tho
idea that a change in tho politics of
tlio national administration docs not
nepossarily involve universal business
When tho Montour American talks
about Mr. Storm's running as an inde
pendent caudidato for congress if Mr.
Buckalew should bo nominated in this
district, it talks nonsense. Mr, Storm
in not that kind of a man.
Trmnnli Kprinfmi lirta linnn rnnnml.
nated Tor congress by tho republicans
of Lackawanua county. His opponent
will probably bo JuJB) Wood'ward of
James G, Blaine's birthplace at
West Browusyillo is now ust-d as a
James ought to bo passed through
that liouso again.
THE COLUMBIAN AND
CHAUNCEY F. BLACK,
Democratic Candidate For Governor.
Bnslnoss Growing Bettor,
Special tcleiirams to Bradstrcct's
last week record a continuance of the
favorable features in trado circles hero
toforo noted. Tho modcrato incrcaso
in east bound trunk line tonnage, back
ed by heavy lako shipments and rail
around Chicago, is significant West
bound shipments aro also increasing,
particularly of dry goods from New
York and Boston. Tho movement of
general merchandise at over twonty
leading distributing centers is report
ed to bo above tho August average in
lato years, with a steady improvement
noted in many instances. Stooks of
merchandise at interior points aro re
ported modcrato. Special hop crop
reports point to a probable total crop
of G5.000 bales in tho United States,
20,000 bales in Now York state, and
tho remaindor on tho Pacific coast.
Old hops on band nggrogato 120,000
bales and tho probable consumption
tho coming year is placed at 140,000
bales. Tho old hops aro of very poor
quality. Sugar is again lower in price
owing to heavy supplies in sight.
Higher prices for colTeo in Europe
strengthened spot, but Ilio correspond
ents report a larger crop there than
Where Are the Proofs 7
Tho Philadelphia Inquirer brings
tho following accusation against tho
gentleman who now resides in tho
"When President Clovcland volun
tarily mado promise after promise to
tho country, which ho broke as fast as
bo made them, or before tho ink with
which thoy wnro written was dry upon
the paper, the press should have lashed
him vigorously for it."
it will bo dithcult to convinco im
partial observers, such as The Sun has
shown itself to bo in this question, that
theso changes arc founded in truth.
it Air. Cleveland baa broken so
many promises, and broken them with
subh uncommon speed, it must be easy
to stato tho facts specifically and pre
cisely. What are theso broken promises t
When wero thoy made, to whom wero
they made, and how wero thoy broken T
Did thoy relato to matters of moment,
or wero they trivial and of no conse
quence? Let us havo specifications
and proofs ; or else let tho accusation
bo withdrawn and abandoned.
Exaggeration and double dealing
cannot be admitted in a controversy of
tins sort. The American peoplo will
seo to it that thero is fair play in any
public debate upon tho merits or alleg
ed demerits of tho President. 2V. Y.
The Oase in a Nutshell.
Tho Mexican disputo hangs on a
singlo question of fact, and tho appoint
ment ot a special commissioner to as
certain aud report the fact on which
tho controversy hinges, was a sensiblo
and proper act by tho Government.
Secretary Bayard, in his official re
view of tho case furnished to Congress
stated that thero was no pretence that
Cutting had circulated in Mexico the
libel published in tho United States.
And if Secretary Bayard was correctly
inlormed on that point, it was his plam
and imperativo duty to demand Cut
ting's release, and to euforco tho do-
mand by war if uecess.ary.
Since then Cutting lias been several
times reported as admitting that ho
himself took into Mexico a copy of his
u.1 raso paper containing tho libel and
theri) exhibited it, before his arrest, and
tho Mexican Judgo who decided tho
caso and sentenced Cutting treated tho
ch dilation of tho paper by Cutting as
an undisputed fact in tho case. If Cut
ting circulated tho libel in Mexico bo
foro his arrest, ho was by his own act
subject to the Mexican laws and
auswerablo to tho JMcxican courts and
tho United States Government has not
tho shadow of right to interfere in his
Tho marrow of tho caso is in tho
singlo fact as to Cutting's circulation
of tho libel in Moxico boforo his arrest,
and as that fact is in disputo tho gov
ernment must li.'st officially and con
clusively ascertain tho truth, and a
special commissioner has been wisely
summoned to that duty. Jones.
Senator Sherman and the Missing Parse.
From the Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch.
"Sonator," paid a strango gentleman
addressing tho Hon. John Sherman on
a train tho other day, "tho conductor
of this train has lost h'u pocket-book,
containing $200, and unless ho finds it
ho is a ruined man JSow, 1 'jolicvo
you havo it in your power to relievo
him of his embarrassment. In short
Senator, I bclicvo you havo that pock,
et-book in your valise.''
"Sir 1" exclaimed tho Senator, rising
to his feet.
"Pardon me, Senator, I do not no
cuso you of anything. It was all a
"Well, sir, let us look," said the Sen
ator, still very indignant. Tho valiso
was thrown open, and there, sure
enough, was tho pocket-book, Tho
Senator had gono to tho conductor's
room to mnko a chango of linen, aud
had pulled down tho blinds. In the
darkness ho had gathered up, with tlio
cast-off linen, tho pocket-book, which
tho canductor had carelessly loft upon
tlio seat. It took lots of uervo for tho
strango gentleman to seem to accuse
tho Senator of theft, but ho was so
firmly convinced of tho accuraoy of his
theory, on being made acquainted with
tho facts, that ho undertook tho task,
A Party Without an Issue,
Tho "Sick Man" of the political
world at this timo is tho Republican
party. It has been striving hard to
persuade itself that tho Democracy is
in a bad way, but its own condition
excites tho gravest apprehensions of
Pivo causes tend to impair tho
health, if not to threaten tho life, of
tho ouco "Grand Old Party." First,
it has postivoly no issuo on which to
go to tho people. It was kept alive
for years after its mission ended by
two things the uso of money and tho
abuso of Democracy. But it is posi
tively destituto of an issuo. "Protect
ion" is au absurdity because thero is
no Preo Trado party and tlio Itepnblt
caus, liku the Democrats, are divided
in opinion on tho tariff. "Southern
outrages" aro unavailable. Tho
"bloody shirt" is washed as whito as
snow. The "solid South" is a failure,
becauso it is understood that tho South
is as untrammelled in its political
action as is tlio North. Tho neglect
of tho Democracy to lower taxation or
to relievo publio burdens is not avail
able, becauso tho Republican Senato
has stood obstinately and obdurately
in tho way of retrenchment and tax
reform. Henco tlio "Sick Man" has
only ono appeal to mako to the peoplo,
and that is : "Givo us back tho Gov
ernment offices instead of allowing
tho Democracy to retain its control.
Secondly, tho Prohibition movement
is a serious cause of Republican ail
ment. As tho Prohibition strength
increases the Republican strength
naturally decreases. For years tho
Prohibitionists havo been allies of tho
Republican parly. They havo trusted
to Republicanism to aid their cause,
only to bo betrayed whenever tho in
terests of Republican leaders prompted
tho conciliation of anti-lempcranco in
fluence. Now the Prohibition party
looms up into tho proportions of an
important separate organization and is
increasing iu numbers, especially in tho
doubtful Stites, every year. Sinco it
helped to defeat Mr. Blaino for tho
Presidency thousands of earnest sup
porters havo swelled its ranks in Now
York, Now Jersey, Connecticut, Maine,
Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and tho
A third cause of tho Republican
malady is tlio Labor raovoraeut. Tho
Republican party is the creator of
monopolies. Tho encroachments of
corporations on tho rights of tho people
havo been mado possiblo by Republi
can legislation. Thero is not an in
telligent laboring man in tho country
who does not know that the Jay
Goulds and Iluntingtons have been
the supporters of Republicanism j that
their money has been spent to elect
Republican Administrations, to corrupt
Republican office-holders and to pur
chase seats on tho Supremo Bench for
their Republican tools. Tho first do
mand of intelligent Labor is for laws
that, while just to corporations, will
limit tlia dangerous powers that havo
been bestowed upon them under Re
publican rulo and prevent them from
building up monopolies, dishonestly
swelling their capital and levying un
duo charges on tho peoplo in order to
pay interest on fraudulent stock. Can
such reforms bo expected under a Re
publican Administration f
Fourthly, the Ropublicau party no
longer has "October States," nor can
it now concentrate upon them a federal
official army and an unlimited corrupt
ion fund. Everybody knows how
Indiana was carried by "soap" in 1880
and how tho Republican October
victory in that Stato saved Garfield
after Ids causo had boen paralyzed by
tho defeat iu Maine. This advautago
is now lost to tho Republicans.
A fifth cause for tho "Sick Man's"
unfortunate condition is tho loss to the
Republican party of its heretofore
valuablo capital of ghost stories con
cerning tho Democraoy. It can no
longer mako oven tho silliest pooplo
behovo that Democratic nscondancy
means tho destrction of business in
terests, tho degradation of tho public
service, tho overthrow of constitution
al provisions, tho payment of the rebel
debt, tho pensioning ot Confederate
soldiers and tho return of tho South to
tho saddle. Tho Domocratio Adminis
tration has shown tho stupid falsity of
such slanders. It has improved tho
business of tho country, elevated tho
publio servico despite somo undesirable
appointments, raised tho Btaudard of
tho national honor, dono equal justice
to all sections and faithfully oboyed
Without issues to present, without
100,000 Federal offices to assess, with,
out tho old assistanco from corpora
lions, without money to purchase votes
and without tho power to successfully
slander tho Democraoy, tho Republi
can party is indeed a very "Sick Man,"
Mr, Arthur Gets His Money.
When ox.Presideut Arthur was col.
lector of customs at Now York about
Si 2,000 woro stolen from tho custom
house, and when tho deficiency bocamo
known at tho treasury department tho
balanco duo tho collector on his salary
8027, was withhold. Congress at its
last session relioved Mr. Arthur from
all responsibility from tho losses and
directed a settlement of his accounts.
His accounts havo lust been closed at
tho tro'isury department and a warrant
Issued in his favor for tho amount
withheld from his salary,
Tbo President Is taking a month's
vacation In tho Adirohtlauks.
DEMOCEAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.)
A Mexloan Lawyer's Views,
TIIK.HK WILL UE NO WAll, !1UT MEXICO,
11U HUNKS IS JUSTIFIABLE IN Till!
Y, Sciiolvcda, a lawyer and a resi
dent of tho City of Mexico, now in
Philadelphia recently expressed tho
following opinion on tho Ci'ttitig caso :
"Tho excitement In regard-to tho Cut
ting affair is confined to tho border
teriltory of both countries. At tho
Mexican capital thero Is no unwarrant
ed agitation, Tho government and tho
press aro discussing tho question can
didly. I havo just como from Wash
ington, where I talked with Secretary
Bayard and other officials and I find
tho samo stato ol fooling there. Prom
tho President down thero exists nothing
but tho kindest feeling toward tho Mex
ican Government and a desiro to sctllo
nil differences amicably.
"I am satisfied that tho United States
was not fully advised in regard to tho
matter when it mado a demand for
Cutting's release. It is n well estab
lished principle of international law
that a nation has a right to punish
offenders who perpetrate on foreign
soil crimes against its citizens. Franco
Italy aud several other nations havo
this provision. It may bo a wrong
principal, and tho United States may
not like it, but as tho law oxUU, Mexi
co has a right to tnko ndvautngo fif it.
Tho present agitation may load to a
chaugo in international law. It is my
opinion that Cutting will bo treated
lonienlly by tho Mexican Government
as soon as tho questions raised aro de
cided. Perhaps ho will bo pardoned.
Tho government don't want to be both
ered with him, and will bo apt to re
leaso him soon after it satisfies tho
United States that its causo is justifiable.
"If war ensues it will bo upon Moxi
can territory, becauso tho invading
army will bo that of tho United States,
I do not think auy European nation
would como to Mexico's aid, becauso it
might lead to very serious complica
tions iu European aud South American
affairs. It would certainly look bad
for so strong a nation ns tho United
States to declaro war against its weak
sister republic, whoso moral guardian
it has over been. It would bo indis
creet, too, on account of tho commerc
ial interests of the United States. But,
as I said, thero will bo no war, and ono
Btrong reason for my belief is tho fact
lhat Mr. Mariscal, Minister of Foreign
Affairs, aud Mr. Romero, Mexican
Minister at Washington, both havo
Wisconsin's Fiery Scoureo,
ESTIMATED DAMAGE INFLICTED 11Y THE
FOllEST FLAMES, Si, 100,000.
Tho forest fires havo begun burning
again at Ilumbolt, Chocalay, Baraga
and along tho lino of tlio Chicago and
Northwestern Railway, Wisconsin. A
great area of pino timber is being
burned ovpr aud much damago dono.
A firo broko out one mile west of
Spencer, Friday, which for a lime
threatened to far surpass Sunday's
blaze, as a towering sheet of flame
steadily moved towards tho village
with a roar that could bo heard for
miles. Every ono packed up and
moved out, somo going to Romeo witli
their goods, whilo others went into
camp on Sunday's burned territory.
Wagon loads of goods and furnituro
wero taken out into tho streets so as
to bo ready to leave at a moment's
notice. Peoplo in Unity, Colby and
Marionvillo wero fighting tho firo all
So wide is tho territory traversed by
tho forest fires in Northern and Mid
dlo Wisconsin and so meagre tho in
formation as to tho actual extent of the
damage, that tho losses can only bo
roughly approximated. Tho greatest
damago was to stand'iig timber, which
is tho source of wealth of that district.
PoiCage, Marathon, Wood, Claik,
Brown, Door and Calumet counties
suffered most severely. President
Hiles, of tho Dextervillo and Lake
Superior road, who returned Sunday
from tho devastated region, places the
lumber and standing pino damago at
several millions. Ho says unless heavy
rains intervene within fourteen days
half tho timber resources of tho coun
ties named will bo .destroyed. Tho
drought has been so long sustained
that leaves havo withered and fallen
weeks beforo their time, swamps and
marshes havo dried nn, creeks have
disappeared and Btreams havo dwindled
down to insignificant rivulets. Every
thing, theretore, burned like tinder,
with no barrier to impede progress.
Hundreds of thdusauds of acres of
openings, whore tho second growth of
pino was growing, uavo neon nurncu
The Delaware Peach Crop,
Tho peach crop at Rehoboth and tho
surrounding country bordering on tho
bay is quito good. Ono orchard of 500
trees will approximate 2,000 boxes of
fruit i another of 1,000 will furnish
over 3,000. Tho Troths havo begun to
go into market, and 100 boxes have
been shipped. Tho crop on tho east
ern shore of Maryland is exceedingly
promising. All tlio orohards in Kent,
Dorchester. Somerset and other coun
ties lying along tho CheBapeako bay
aro loaded with fruit. Tho Baltimore
and Delaware Bay railroad, which is
tho outlet for Kent county, will furnish
over 1,500,000 baskets j Queen Annie's
and Kent railroad, 150,000 baskets;
Delawaro and Chesapeako road, tho
outlet of Talbot county, 200,000;
uambridgo and hearord railroad, tho
outlet of Dorchester, 80,000 baskets,
and tho New York, Philadelphia and
Norfolk railroad, tho egress for Somer
set, Wicomico, Worchcstcr counties
and eastern Virginia, will make ship
ments amounting to jao.uuu bushels.
Tho Act of Assembly passed Junn
11, 1885 regulating tho catching of
trout, is ns follows :
Section 1. lie it enacted Dc, That
it shall bo unlawful for any person to
catch, kill, or expose to sale, or havo
in his or her possession after tho samo
has been oatight or killed, any speokled
trout, save only from tho fifteenth day
of April to tho fifteenth day of July,
under a penalty of ten dollars for each
tiout bo killed, or had in possession,
but this act shall not prevent any per
son from catohing trout with nets in
waters owned by himself to stock
Skction2. All nots orpaitsof acts
inconsistent with the abovo aro hereby
The manner of proceeduro to collect
tl o penally is proscribed by tho Act of
.May i, 1H73, and is ns follows:
Any person or poisons violating anv
of thu provisions of this act (such vio
lations not being separately aud par
ticularly provided for in other sections
of said act), shall forfeit nnd pay tlio
penalty or penalties attached to the
samo s and it shall bo tho dutv of anv
constablo having knowlcdgo of such
violation to mako complaint thereof to
tho nearest jttstico of tho pcaco of I ho
iropor county, nnd any other person
tavlng such ktiowlcrfso may enter com
plaint boforo such iustlco i and tho
said justlco shall forthwith issuo his
wai rant Jor tho arrest of tno olfendor,
and upon suoh offendtr being brought
boforo him shall proceed and hear and
determine as to tlio truth of tho offenco
charged on tho oath or nlllriiiatlon of
ono or moro witnesses to tho samo !
Provided, That llro person making tlio
complaint shall bo n competent wittiesi
anu n mo pel son or persons so finest
ed shall bo found guilty, ho or sho or
they, shall bo convicted of a misde
meanor, and sentenced to pay the linu
or lines, penally or penalties attached
to suoh violation, together with costs;
one-half of which penalty shall go to
tho informer, and tho remaining one
half shall bo forthwith paid over to tho
treasurer of the county in which tho
offenco was committed'; and on default
of payment, tho offender shall be com
mitted to tho common jail of tho proper
county tor tho term ot not less than
ono day for each dollar of penalty im
posed : Provided, That said convict
ion shall bo had within six months
from tho timo of committing tlio
offence: And provided further, That
tho defendant mav. on ridi-an';1 to pav
said penalty, enter into a recognisance,
wmi ono or moro suiiimeiit sureties, to
answer said complaint, on u charge for
misdemeanor, beforo tho court ot quirt-
cr sessions of the peaeu of tho equity
in which tlio olTotico is committed,
which court, on conviction of tho de
fendant of tho olTonoo charged and
failure to pav the penalty or penalties
imposed by this act. together with costs
shall commit said deleudaiil to tho
common jail of tho county for a period
of net less than ono day for each dol
lar of penalty imposed.
Whenever any olhccr, constablo or
other person, making complaint of tho
violation of any of tho provisions of
this act, shall fail to recover tho pen
alty or penalties therein mentioned, in
any prosecution or suit comilieiiocd by
him or them pursuant to tho foregoing
sections of this act, tho costs of suit in
curred by him of them shall bo a
ohargo upon tho proper county, and
shall bo audited and allowed as otlur
county charges are audited aud allow
ed. Tlio statement made in tho Phila.
Times of tho 13th, lhat C. B. Jackson
Esq. of Berwick would contest tho con
gressional nomination with Mr. Bucka
lew is so absurd as to scarcely need
denial. Tho gentlemen named aro
warm friends, and oven if Mr. Jackson
had congressional aspirations ho would
hardly wait until after tho county con
vention has instructed for Mr. Bucka
low, and then announco his candidacy.
Somebody has been imposing on the
District Attorney Metzear of Will-
iamsnort is tho candidate for slate
senator in Lycoming county.
Hood's Sarsaparllla, tho great Hood puriflcr
and regulating medicine, 13 characterized by
three peculiarities, namely i
Tho combination of tho various
remedial agents used.
Tho propoitlon In which tho roots,
hcibs, barks, etc., aro mixed.
Tho process by which tho actlvo
medicinal properties aro secured.
The result Is amcdicino ol unusual rtrength
and curatlvo power, which effects cures here
tofore unequalled. These peculiarities belong
exclusively to Hood's Sarsaparllla, and aro
Unknown to Others
Hood's Sarsararllla Is prepared Willi tho
greatest skill and care, ly pharmacists of
education and long experience. Henco It Is a
medlclno worthy of enllro confidence. II you
suffer from scrofula, salt rheum, or any d!s
caso of tho blood, dyspepsia, biliousness, sick
headache, or kidney and liver comrla!i.t3,
catarrh or lhcumatlsni, do not fall to try
"I recommend Ilood'a Sarsaparllla to r.!l
my friends as tho best blood urlflcr c.(
earth." Wm. Gait, drusrlst, Hamilton, O.
" Hood's Sarsaparllla has cui cd mo of scrcf
uloii. humor, and dono mo world.) cf good
otherwise." C. A. Aiixold, Arnold, Me.
A book containing many additional state
ments of cures will bo sent to all who dcsiic.
Sold by all druggists. $1 j six for $5. Mado
only by C. I. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass.
!00 Doses One Dollar.
J. TERM, 1S-G.
Mrs. D. U. Frederick vs TMward I.vona.
Sarah o. Hosier vs. Israel lilttenbender.
htcphen lilttenbender vs. Samuel Uowcrs, with
notleo to Odd Fellows Hall iss'n of Orange-
vlllo, terro tenants.
Charles M. conyngham and I. C. 1'alno, doing
business as Conyngham & mine, vs James .Mo-
Alarney and Maiy .McAlarney. his wire.
Jacob Haines vs. N. S W. II. lty. Co.
A. II. Kilckbautn's uo vs W. II. Kilckhaum.
James .Moyer vs Jo nes s, Lewnrs, Admr. ot Jo-
beph Clewolt, dee d.
M. (1. Hughes and llermon Fahrloger vs John
II. Hess, o. n. Hess and I.J. Thomas part
ners, doing business In tho nrm name of Hess
&1 nomas vs Hiram I'. Kverett.
Wm. II. Vorgey vs Locust Mountain Water Co.
II. E. Heaco;k vs. Wm. Jlasteller.
J. Y. s-mlth, now to uso ot catnwlssa nepo It
llauk vs. H. a Creasy.
Clark Callendcr, ex'r of Joseph Hess, dee'd vs
Francis I- Hess.
Albert K. Codow vs. D. U & W. It. It. Co.
Theodore F. cralgvs. Mahala Craig and Dan
lei v. Herbert.
Charles . Van Essen vs Thomas Webb and tho
Columbia County Agricultural society.
J. II. Kline, adui'r ot Hiram It. KUdo vs KUcn
C. L. I'ennock, J. L. I'ennock and John S. Pen
nock, tradlnjf as the nun of U. ii rennockfi
Co. vs. Charles Itelchart.
John Drum and Elemanda Drum, his wlte. In
right of the wlfo vs Ellas Khuman and Cath
arino humun. for wordit Knndpn hv the hntel
Charles w. SlcKelvy and Deborah J. McKelvy,
his wife, to tho ums of tho said Deborah, (I. N.
Wllllts and Josephine lints, his wife, to the
uso ot tho raid Josephine, James II. ltamsay,
Charles C. llagenbuch and Anna U. Ilagen
buch his wife, to tho uso of tho said Anna.
Charles ltamsay, William 1'. ltamsay and ltob-
itl pi, jiutusay vs, manes u. jirocKway.
Iienjainln Fetterman vs J. Uoyd ltoblson.
Charles Itelchart vs. Kmanuei Mauser.
II. W. Dower vs Martha b. Ferris, wlfo of o. a
Ferris, owner, and oeorgo o. Welllver, cou
John I. Ilrumbauch vs tho I) L & W 11 It Co.
Patrick Hums, by his mother and next friend,
Manraret, Burns, vs L A ltllev. Lavfavetto V
Lcnu and William Lllley, trading as Louis A
Aaron lloono vs l!snv Lima and cement Co.
II F Everett vs llruco F riutltrf and Philip L Hess
iuuj uoing uuK-iess unaer tue name 01 is r cui
llff and l' L Hess.
O II Millard vs John Snrder.
(leorge o Welllver vs O V Ferris and Martha L
t erns, nia wire, owner, or reputed owner.
II. W. lless, o. II. Hess and IraThomas, partners,
doing business as Hess Thomas vs. Illratn F.
O II Urockway vs Columbia countv with service
on Mepheu l'ohc, Washington I'arr and Ell
A K Kmlth vs Samuel in ngler.
The Cm ils Manufacturing Co vsCltrk I Thomas.
I 11 Wagner, l) v Muftiey and l) F Wugner,
trading under the firm named Watsontown
Planing Mill Co. vs O F Harder,
William Krlckbaum vs John n Casey.
Augustus Illbby and Julia, his wife. In rltrht of
said wife vs Oeorgo Hartman, Mary Hartman
and Clinton Kills, adm'r ot the estate of Hal lie
ji jieumeyer ueeea&ou.
James Yostvs Wilson Ager and Kllsha Ager.
Albert KUnctob vs Hiram Kckroat.
H 11 Whitney vs S II liowman.
S II Whitney vs8 n llowman.
CURES ALL HUMORS,
from a common lllotcli. or rriiiitluii,
( tbo worst he rut ii 111. 'Illti Lent llluud
1'urlf lor over dUcovored. IlyUrugirlsta
"ITfE AUK INDEI1TED
TO THE BOOTH FOK
SIMMONS LIVKIt IlKOULATOlt.
No medlclno Is so universally used In tho South
em States as SIMMONS LIVKIt HEOULATOIt. It
won Its way Into ovcry Southern homo by pure,
sterling merit. It thero takes tho placo ot a doctor
nnd costly prescriptions. It Is a
l'urcly vogotabloj gentle In Its action; can bo safO'
ly given to any person, ro matter what ago.
It, promotes Digestion, dissipates hasty Sick
Headache, and gives a Btrong, full tone to tho Sys
tern. It has no equal as n Preparatory Medicine,
and can bo safely-used when a doctor cannot bo
Endorsed by persons ot tho highest character
and emlnenco ns tho
BEST FAMILY MEDICINE.
It tho child has tho colic, It la a suro and safo
remedy. It will restore Btrcngth to tho overwork.
ed father, and relievo tho wlfo from low spirits,
headache, dyspepsia, constipation nnd llkollls.
"MY ONLY FAMILY MKI1IC1NK."
"I havo been a user of Wmmons Liver ltegulator
for many years, having mado It my only Family
Jieaicine, n is a pure, good reiiaoio meaicinc.
Mr motl er before me was verv imrtlal to It.
"I find tho Ilegulntor very Bate, harmless and
reliable as n family medicine, and havo used It
like n charm. I believe lfltwaHUsed In timo It
would prove a great preventive of sickness. I
inno uuen recommenueu 11 10 my menus, nnu
huuii coiuinuo 10 uo so.
ItKV. JAS. M. ltOLLINS.
"Pastor M. E. Church South, Fairfield, Va."
C1IAUNCKY F, BLACK,
Foit Lieutenant Governor,
H. BRUCE RICKETTS.
Fon Auditor General,
WILLIAM J. 15HENNAN.
For Secretary of Internal Affairs,
J. SIMPSON AFRICA,
CHARLES R. BUCKALEW.
Subject to tho decision of tho Conferees ot the
For State Senator,
JOHN G. FREEZE.
Subject to tho decision of tho Conferees of tho
A. L. FRITZ,
JAMES T. FOX,
Of Reaver Township.
For Associate Judges,
Of Scott Township.
C. G. MURPHY,
UF Eli Levi Michael, Oeorgo Drclsbach, Isaac
Kllngerman, Moses schltcher, J. P. Fry, Jesso
lli:itvUK, K A. D. seely, Freeman Sltlcr, Jacob
w. Campbell, lllram W. Doner
UllltwiCK, w-John FrnnU, (leorge A. Carey,
Will T. Snyder.
umanuei iJiuoacn, uenton; Frame T.
Miultz. Itaven Creek; (ieorgo (llbbons, cambra;
Reuben Mgfrled. Uenton.
1ILOO.M, K John II. Casey, c. U. Itobblns, C. n.
Campbell, t has. R. HouseL
DLOOM, w Guy Jacooy, David Olrton, John
Welllver, Jas. M'lirlde.
nitURCREliK-Oideon Michael, Geo. W. Miller,
William Lamon, CyrusSinlth.
CATAWlssA wm. T. creasy, Wm. lierkhelmer,
Wm. Schuck, Al'en Darnett.
CENTRALIA .Michael W. Uren nan, David Walsh,
CENTRE J. F. lllnk, John Wanleh, Sanderson
llagenbuch, Arthur Creasy, A. J. Kocher, Al
bert Kclcuner, Levi ltemlcy.
C0N.X.n AJI- N-Hovt cantleld, Patrick J. Cain,
CONYNtijiAM, s-John P. Hannon, Patrick Healy.
..i,.,ui.iir..iv aiuus uuriinon, j. m. Ammer
man. Normnn M'llpnrv homiinl f-nltnrtn
FRANKLIN R. s. Mcllenry, Jonathan Lorcman,
pott, Iola: Jacob Welliver, Eyer's (We; Wm.
T,r..v;'"i. kwu,auu,K, I "II. lUUIlK, JUtllVlllO.
HEM Loch. Matulas Ulrton, felrann ltelchard,
Lawrence L. Hartman, Jacob Martz.
JACKSON Frank Trlvelplece, J. w. Kitchen,
Frank Fritz. '
LOCUST A. M. Johnson, christian Small, Charles
Reaver, Adam Dlmmlck.
MADISON-Charles II. Fruit, Baltls Sterling, John
MAIN-Gilbert Shuman, Freas llowman, George
MIFFLIN Isaac Andreas, C. W. Hess, P, Sichwep-
MONTOUlWames Quick, Rupert; Henry Lazarus,
MT. PLEASANT Snm'T llnrtvnl t ,(rt,tcf mat UnnV
Ikoler, Moidansvllle; Isaac Appleman. Weill
0ItANiE-L. M. Sleppy, Theodore Rush, Miles
ROAKINGCREEK James Knlttlo, Wm. D.Houck,
1 la.ider Fetterman.
rlJ -1. p. Gordner, Pino Summit, J. R. Fowler,
t.J,l5ftumln,,i I'anlel Itobblns, lierr's.
, T1- Kelcnner, A. CHldlay.
SCOTT, K-u, F. Relghard, Ell schntldman, Wm.
SUaAltbOAF-Alfred Colo, Daniel Stcadman,
Aaron Vr 1 I- v t.,iIm.1i 1
UIjK on heirs.
ESTATE OK lll'MI'llliKV . 1UI1KEK, DEC'B,
COLIUBU COUNTV. SS;
To Rachel j. Parker, Wm. U. rarker, Ruth A.
Parker, Ruclna. Intermarried with .innnihnn 11
Conner, Samielli Ptrker, Mary A., Intermarried
with Daniel Ashelman, and threo grand children,
Rachel lloyt. Sarah Hoyt and John Iloyt
children ot Rebecca Hoyt, dee'd, and Phebo
.iuuu,ub, ..urn,., .iiuiiuiug uuu t.enruue wanning,
the granchlldren being children of Hannah
.1. .Manning, uee'd, lineal descendants of
Humphrey J.. Parker, deceasod, and to all other
I'tiauua luurrusiuu, ureeimg: you and each of you
are hereby cited to bo and appear beforo the
Judges of our Orphans' court at an Oiohans'
Court to bo held at liloomsbunr on the fourth
Monday of September next, then and there to ac
cept or refuse to take tho real ebtato ot Bald
Humphrey M Parker, deceased, at tho appraised
valuation put uion It by the luiuest duly awarded
by the said Court, and returnou by tho Sheriff, or
show oauao why It Bhall not bo soli". And hereof
witness tho Honorablo William Elwell.PresJdent
daFof June, A. D lssi U:uurt' l "
WM. II. SNYDER, Clerk ot O. o.
aujia Samuel smith, Sheriff.
Ily virtue of a writ of Al, Vend. Ex.,lssued out ot
the court of common Pleas of colr-nbla Co., Pa.,
and to mo directed, win bo exposed to publio sulo
ut me cross Keys Hotel in uerwlck on
Saturday, September 18, '86,
at 10 o'clock a. m., All those two ccrtf 'a lots, sit.
uate In Berwick, Columbia county, Pa., boundod
and descilnod as follows, to-w;ti lloglontng at
tho corner Front nnd lino streets Iu said town of
Berwick, thonco along Front street ntnety-nino
feet to lot No, sixteen, tuenco by tho same two
hundred leet, more or less, to Canal street, thence
by Canal street nlnety-nlne feet to Pino street,
and theuco along I ;no street two hundred feet;
moro or less, to Front street, the place of begin,
mng. Tho samo being Iota No. 19 and 80 tn lan
of Berwick, Pa., on which are erected a two-story
biick dwelling, with basement, a largo frame bta.
ble, coal house, pig pen and outbulld'-igs. Fruit
i roes on tho premises.
All that certain plecoof land In Drlarcreck Twp.,
Columbia county, Pa. Beginning at tho publio
road leadlntr from liloomshun. tn lipru-iir , nt
corner of liasley land, thence by tho samo thirty.
iwo anu Bix-icnms perches to a corner, thenco
north seventv.four dei-mcs enst uwnrnAM n.mi,n.
thence wjenteen and one-fourth degrees west
twenty-seven and peven-tcuths perches, more or
(ess, to publio; ro.d, thenco boutu elghty-soven
deun-es v est thirteen and htv.trntitu t,n,anAn
begliulng, containing threo acres, moro or less,
txritcu, mi-u m ficcu on, at tnosuit of Chester
copo vs. 8. U. Bowmau and A. F. Creasy and to be
duiu i-i- loyiuii-uy ui o. u, nowuan.
JKKfcox.Alty, SAWUKLbMITII, sheriff.
mroiTW to pjuuk ;
elf !Birtler, fiki'vejste & jvlowei.
Wo hao thoonly full steel framo binder In market, andnro selling It nt falrprlces. Hont bo talked
Into buying lll nnd lt5 machine nt tho ptlco wo nro selling lssc machines.
GOME AW EXAMINE OUR 2 AW MOWERS.
REAR AND FRONT CUT. ALSO OUR
Junior Right-Hand Binder.
thoonly ono In tho country forsole. nndyou will boconvlnccd. Afullllno of Os.borno lepalrs alwny
on hand. Wo can also furnish repairs for nil ot tho old mnko of Ustorno machines. Constantly on
hand a full lino ot knives, rivets, etc., for all makes of reajiers and moHCrs.
HARM AN & HASSERTV
SOLE AOiNTS FOK
F. F. ADAMS & CO.,
Solo agents ot tho fol
lowing brands of
Alexander Bros. & Go.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FRUITS AND HUTS.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
HEN Iff MAILLARDS
FRESH EVERY EEK.
FARJflERJS' PRODUCE EXCHANQE, Liijed,
Tot lup r im.ll Ktn, .11 iImi, Tbt Itrongett thoolloff rill. tutJ.
.warmer fiir.nUd, ,,! tbf onlr ftbuluUIr mi rlflt on Ihit Mvk.l.
llAIiLAlCD GALLEUY. SPORTINd AND TAHflKT lltrr.ra .l r.
Iiiiuu.ua cui.pi.. MAItl.IN l'lltli
i:stute of Pi icr rrrslug, (it mint n.
Letters ot administration on thoeslateof Peter
Perslnsr, lato of Locust Twp., Col. Co., Pa., donv
having been (ranted to the undersigned admr.,
all persons Indebted to wild cstato uro hereby uo
tltled to pay the same, and those having claims
against bald estate present ihe same to
, , FRANKLIN PEHSlNtl, Admr.
July 10, 1SS4. nt. carmel, Pa.
A DMINISTKA'I'OH'S NOTICE.
folate of William fsilhr, late of Urturemk, toicn
Letters of administration In said esL.to hav ne
been granted to the undersigned administrator,
all persons Indebted to said estnto aro hereuy no
t (tied to pay tho same, and thoso having claims
against said estate present tho samo to
J.!S-6t WILLIAM LA1ION, Adm.
E6T1IK OPLYOU FIONENBERO, PECT.
Letters of administration on tho estato ot Lydla
Sponenberg, late of nrlarcreek Twp , Columbia
county, Fa., deceased, have been granted to N. U.
Funk, residing in Soott Twp., said county, to
whom all persons Indebted to said estato oro re
quested to mako payment, and t hoso having claims
or demands, will mako known tho samo without
"clay. N. U. FUNK,
BUS 6t- Administrator.
Tii(i( of Emanuel Krum, hue of Scott Ticp.
Letters of administration In said estate havlns
been granted tp the undersigned administrator,
all pj-rbons Indebted to said estnto aro hereby no.
tilled tp pay tho same, and thoso having claims
against said estato present the same to b
EO. RUCKLE, Adm-r..
"""S80- orangcvllle, Pa.
ISTATB OF MII.TON M1STEU.EU, r.EO'I).
Tho undersigned, an Auditor appointed by tho
Orphans' court of Columbia couniy, upon mo.lon
ale, Lsq., and by agreement ot counsel,
representing parties In Interest, to distribute tho
balanco In hards of A. II. croop admlnls fator of
tho esta o of Milton Jlasteller. deceased, as api
Par3.S?," V.1"01 account, to and among tho part,
les entitled thereto, wlllatlend to thcdutles of hfci
appointment at tho.ofllco ot Charles U Jackson, Esq
'."A"? "orough of Ilerwlck. on Friday, September
i.1' r"ae O'clock in tno forenoon, when and
w.,r?h1,lpft,r,,,es '"tcrestedaro requested to pre.
mm their claims beforo tho undersigned, or bo
foiever after debarred fiom comlnglno-i said tund.
augo 4t. js u. fTjnk, Auditor.
T WHGE LETTING.
niu do let at the Commissioners onicoonl'rl.
day, August 27, A. 1). lsoc, at s o'clock p. m A
'hW5f3eo t0 erected over Hilar creek, near
tho resldenco of Wm. Scott, In centre township,
'lo boawoodenbraco covered bridge 30 leet loi if
between abutments, u feet wide from out to out.
Abutments to bo built by contractor bo as to admit
of skewback three feet from top of wallplato and
T feet high above lower water mark to top ot wall
plate, wing walls to beo feet long on either side
?nn?.tAbe,tnrcS;'"'t abovo Brnd0 of road. All nil.
lng to bo done by contractor. Tho commissioners
cdunTrcommEsloJer lusburftP,."' 01 Wu)
STEPHEN Pour V
WASHINGTON PARR, l-Co. C'Om'lJ.
, , EU MENDENULL, h J m l
Commlstoners ofilce. Uloomshurg, i'u., Aug, .8 '80
Atteat-John U. Casey. Clerk. ' b '
n ui uo let, near the retldenoo of Peter Fisher
"r,!' on Saturday, August SB. A. D
laso, at ono o'clock p. in., a new Crldiro to ll.
... ... ..
. . . . """ iui i niKxii'ii uracu coy
i . -- w v. w vw uuv AUUIUAULB IU UO LIU lit
by contractor so as to admit ot ske back threo
feet from top ot wall plate and u teet high aim o
er mark to tO ot wall plate, wfug walls
to tw s feet lung on south side and 10 feet inns An
hjrt'i "Wool bridge and to i be Tthreo f" t K
n,., ,,, ,V, . ,u i"v, '1 icev at ine not-
torn, 10 feet at tho top and a feet thick. All nlllng
to be dono hr tliA pnnirntftr :.. ...'"
...... " l."?-uu w n at ino oiuce or ine
fouuty Com Jilionerrs, H oomsburg, Fa.
STEPHEN FOR E,
"o'kuiu.n vt it ll, f-co. Com'rs.
. i . 1"",'l,'llAl.Ij, I
Commlss.slouers'omce, lllonmsburg.Pa., Auij. 13 -so.
AtlCSti--JOllU llut'uev. 'Mfrlr ' '
"VTOTICK TO Till) STOUK HOLDERS
i.i0;iiVci'.'LooMsuL',:o ntAU U
nK!.lc?,K "'"ual meeting
iV "."v-mwiuciovi biuu tuiuuuny iortheeleo.
lion of a Uoard of Directors and iTeatuier to
S ?rt,1;0CU!'u Dlf car anJ f tl'O tSusittlon
of such other business as may bo proper. lillbe
o WM wvauj, OVl'WIIlUUr 11,1 sa. at
P-.". JOHNM, ClAlll? V
ispronounced by leading farmers superior to uny plow In tho market for
lightness of draught and durability. Its work Is unexcelled. Also
REVERSIBLE PLOW SHARE.
Farmers will find this Invention a saMne; to them of at least two-thirds
tho expense for plow Miares. 1 heso Hiares nro titled to all leading chilled
. FOR SALE BY
BEST IN THE
AlOlS CO., Now Iluveu, Conn,
augusto 4t i).
ESTATE OK JOHN F. 1IUTC11I80N, DECEASED,
The undersigned Auditor, appointed by tho
Court, to dlstrlbuto balarce in tho hands of tho
accountant to and among tho parties entitled
thereto, win sit at his onico In Uloomshurg on Fri
day, August sr, at in o'c'ock a. m, when and whero
nil persons having claims nglaust said estato must
appear and prove the Ramo or bo forever debarred
from coming in on ba'd fund.
augtt F. p. D1LLMEYER, Auditor.
ESTATE OF THOMAS MCIIENUY, DECIASID.
Tho l'nderslgned Auditor appointed by tho or
phan'sCourtorcoluirblacounty to mako dlstrl
butlonof tho balanco In tho hands of tho admin
lstrator ot said decedent, as shown by his first r id
final account, will sit athlsonicoln DloomsburB
on Saturday, September 4th lsso at 10 o'c'ock a. m.
to perform the duties of his appointment, wae.i
and where all persons having claims against said
estato must appear and provo the same, or bo de
barred from any sharo ot sa'd fund.
UEO. E. ELWKLL
1 ho undersigned auditor, appointed by tho Or.
nhans court of Columbia couniy to dlstrlbuto tho
funds In tho hands ot the administrator to and
among parties entitled thereto.wlll nt nt his onico
In bloomsbuig on Saturday beptembcr 11. issa nt
10 o. clock a. m. when and when) all luirtles having
claims against said estate must appear and provo
i-0.6??1? or.be forever debarred from coming In
on said fund.
A. L. FRITZ,
KSTATIt tlv .TnriM rnnr nrpviDDn
jflho underslgded, an Auditor appointed by ther
Orphans' court ot Columbia county, to dlstrlbuto
tho funds In tho hands of Erl lkeler administrator
ot tho estate ot Wm, J, lkeler deceased as appears
on his rlnal account, to and among tho parties en
titled therelo, will attend to the duties of his ap
pointment at tho onico of Messrs. lkeler Herring,
rneys-ut-law, in tho town ol liloorasburg, on
W ednesday September 15th at two o'clock In tho
afternoon, when and whero all parties Interested
Sf" requested to present their claims beforo tho
undersigned, or bo forever debarred from coming;
In upon said fund.
.,.,. . CHARLES C. EVANS,
August 13. Auditor.
Tl, EST-"'f OF PHOEBE A. UILIKR, DECEASED
...T'JSnV.'i'1,''?'1' appointed Auditor, to dlatrlb
? .I'nff18 th. uaDaa ' Stephen Pohe and Philip
Jr. lI1,.r t"t-ees ot said decedent, arising from
thosaloof roal estato ot ald deceased, accordlnir
to account nied In Bald estate, wll sit at his olllcu
In llloomsburg on TuesdaySeptember 14, utlo
perform tho duties of his appointment,
at which timo and placo all persons hiving claum
ngalnst Bald lund will appear and present tho
8J"i0or they win be debarred from comlngln upon
'"fi'iUS?1 ll0OT- UUCK1NUHAM.
Chester Copo ) Court of common Pleas ot
S. I. iWSan et aL i "
TUka Pa!'."' 0r)C0j.rt of CommonPleas of
B. 11. Bowman, et ntj Walr T 18tA
yuuetV8acd Auditor, appointed by tho
YJShI f,uV?Ir',,R1le "I We property ot tho de-ffi?Js-',ut".abovo
executfons, will bit at hi
cSrre'.n,nl20,m8burf' on Satui-day, Sepu-mber 11.
h-?inin,m Jy," Vm"t0 Perform the duties oi
rEop.p?ln,uu nt' wuca and whero all persons hav-.
iSRv!;'?,11118 "salnst said fund must appear a l
E i.ha samt, or 1)0 debarred from any shaio
i,5:vi W. MILLER,
tw ,.. . .( ..' n""" '"av an application win
iSSi1?.1 laJmJl o' Common lleos of colum-
.'nt.Vfl (a llArnh.. .....
iiu:iiiiuay or Bepiemuer
1 rtr,Va.i,lllreiJ . clock in tho altcruooii. under
i b1Jr,'-,-lwai'd Williams, ll. F. Di ke, John
H a,ri?i0,,-aI!,,utl'nileiJ corporation to bo called
or nPniUil,Q,L8r.a'!0'',1.u auu lla Absoelatloa
Ji,iH..rSullu or, c,'raUa,Columbla Co., Pa "iti-J
ot?w? fnr,fi'?iCbler't.01, y'"cl3 'or tin purpote
nrT. ,n,., , "Jecioi wiucu is ror tin purpoto
?inm.hD.B,'lV,l.lua,,.nla,nlnS a 1'Ubllo hall in tald
iu,cnta!Kt'S c0",l'm'a br W saldact'ond Us supple
WILLIAM IIRYf ON.
It .IILI.l.lk, K.tllltlUt '1
1 'vlii-nni -rif I hit It'lmlriL
llirl L'lt 1.'lrn-iir.n V
i-u,ca,,a'0,fU8 of tu0 leading business troluTuK
institution w Amtrlca. uold rltf, fjo. jwX
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