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DILBULL'S COUGH SYRUP
?orthe cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarse-?tC71S'-.
frouPA A?"'ma, Bronchitis,
Whooping CouKh, Incipient Con!
sumption, and for the relief of con.
sumptive persona In advanced stares
DJ,s?asc- Por Sale by all Drug,
gists. Price, as cents. &
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBeIii, 1880.'
tonni.iT autumn tihk tm,k.
Trains on tho Philadelphia & 11 It. leavo Itupcrt
A3 fOllOWB :
6:30 a. in.
3:13 p, m.
6:13 p. in.
lfouowsi lU U" L" W lcilT0 BIOOrasl'l"'B
0:15 n. m.
I0:so a. m.
S:ft! p. m.
8:5J a. m.
ll:4i a. m.
4:li p. m.
6:47 p. m.
!f ' ' 15:05 p. m.
(1.23 p. m. 4:i5 n. m,
10:1 In m 0:41 pm
Oct. 0. The administrator, &c of John
Springer deceased, will sell real estate in
Hemlock township nt 1 o'clock p. m. See
Goon IioAiti). Jurors, witnesses and
others attending court can secure board nt
reasonablo terms at Jlrs. Jncoby's corner of
Haiti and Market streets, near tho Court
House. Sept 17, 2 w
Wanted. Five wagons to peddlo water
melons for 3 weeks at Espy Island. Spec
ial prices tn dealers. Don't delay. Must
bo sold this month regardless of prices.
Wanted. Two girls to learn tho tailor
ing trade. Apply nt D. Lowcnbcrg's.
Wanted Immediately. A good reliable
local man to work Columbia county for
the sale of New York State Nursery Stock.
We will make special inducement to the
right paity. Address,
O. V. Ol!KEJ& Co.,
Scranton, l'n., or Geneva, N. Y.
Sept. 10, Sw
Lost. A leather covered memorandum
b Dok with the owner's nsmoln it.somewherc
in Uloomsburg. The owner will be suitably
rewarded by returning It to Eli Mendcnhall
id the Cominissloncrs'olllcc.
Eon Sale. A good klchen range and u
largo hot nlr furnace. Tho latter was
taken out to put in steam heat. Very
cheap. Inquire of Geo. E. Elwcll, Illooms
Fois Sale A good farm near Light
Street containing oer 97 acres, well fenced,
iii.d in a good state of cultivation. Also a
limber tract of 75 acres in Jackson town
ship. Apply to G. W. IiAisrcit,
tt llloomsburg, 1'a.
Fon Sam:. One new Sloan sido bar
buggy. One bloan jump-sent carriage In
good condition with shafts.polo and brako.
One old buggy. Ono double heater. In
quire of L. E. Waller. julyO
For Sale. The undersigned will sell -lo
or CO acres, mote or less, to suit puichas.
crs, trom tho south sido of his farm in
Hemlock township. Three good springs
or water, Rtind 'mllding site, public road
through tho land, about 5 ncics of timber,
small stream of water through land. Price
$1G per acio in payments. For particulars
'.uquiro of Hcuben liomboy, liucithnrn, or
Geo. E. Elwell, Hloomsburg. J4,0 inos.
Foi: Sale. A very dcsirablo property,
on Market street in tho town ot Hlooms.
burg, Fa. nearly opposito Rev. D. J.
Waller. Lot 01 feet in width and 198 feet
in depth. An alley on Hie north and east,
lot of I). J. Waller on the south. .Market
street on the west. Tho dwelling houso is
a largo two story brick with Mansard roof
water, gas and sewer drainage, a good
argo stable, good fruit, and good well of
Also n house and lot in Catawissa front
log on 3rd street, abovo Fine street, a good
two story framo dwelling houso with two
story kitchen attached.
Michael F Evehlv
April 7. '80. tf. llloomsburg, I'a.
Spectacles, King's patent combination
frnnu's. Wn can sell vou spectacles or
eye glasses from twentyllvo ceuis up
wards at liinrii's hook sioro.
Rev. J. V. Uodlnc, of Saddle Ulvcr, N.
J. was in town Wednesday visiting friends.
J. II. Mercer spent several days In 1'hlla.
delphia this week on business nnd plcasuro
Alfred McIIcnry of Benton went to
Philadelphia on Monday to buy fall goods
for tho Arm of A. & II. Mclleniy.
Miss Anna Shipo, a niece of Mrs. Uuss,
who has been opondlng several mouths
here, left for Kansas City on .Monday.
Court is in session this week nt Dauvlllc.
Pens, pencils, slates, rules and erasers at
Claik's book store.
Tho Danville Fair will bo held October
Gth, 7th, 8th, and 9th.
Pens, pencils, penholders, Inks, erasers,
tablets, &c, at Clark's book store.
A teachers' examination will bo held at
Lightslrcct on Thursday, September SO.
School books i school books 1 Every
thing needed In schools nt Clark's book
II. II. Grotz' resldcnco and tho Blooms,
burg Banking Company's rooms havo been
connected with tho steam mains.
Tho wonderful 15-cent Whlto Shirt a
largo stock just received ut
Tho dedication ol tho new Prosbytcrlan
church, In Orangovlllc, is expected to tako
placo on Saturday, October 3, at 10 o'clock
Tho M. E. Church has been heated by
steam for several year?, by n holler In tho
cellar. It Is now being connected with the
Thotographs of tho reunion (Brown's) lu
Oak Orovo Turk, Sept 16th, now ready,
Price of group COo.
II. A. M'KiLUf.
I. h. ltahb, tho dentist, carr always bo
found at his olllce.
Hook bags, book straps, scratch books,
writing pads, tabids, etc. , at Clark's book
Aloxandcr Bros. oo Co. havo further Im
proved their store by placing new curtains
lu their show windows.
A beautiful stock of Boys' nnd Children's
suits just received at tho Popular Clothing
Btore of David Lnwenberg.
Simon Siller ot Orango found an npplo
In his oithard that was 14 Indies lnclrcum
ference, nnd weighed ono pound.
Tlicro will bo no murder tilal this court.
Jlrs. Conkcy has recovered, and she visited
her husband nt tho Jail on Monday. '
October 2 Is tho last day for paying tax.
If you havo not paid state or county tax
within two years, you must pay by that
llmo or lose your vole.
Tho prices tell, tho quality sells.
Are you irolng to havo somo of tho bar.
gains In Fall and Winter Clothing just re
ceived at David Lowcnbcrg's.
II. M. Hockman will have charge of tho
Boarding House again this year at tho
Berwick Fair, and this will Insuro every,
body a first-class meal.
H. V. Wldtc's law ofllce has recently
been brightened up with fresh paint and
new paper. Tho spirit of Improvement
seems to bo prevalent everywhere.
If you ore going to school you should
examho our stock of blank books, scratch
books, etc. Examlno everything you need.
You will find the prices all right at George
A. Clark's book store.
Court next week. Our latch string Is out
and wo shall bo pleased to greet our friends
and patrons, and show them through tho
largest and best equipped printing ofllce In
this section of tho State.
Fall ovcicoats, ready made, equal to
merchant tailor's In tit, stylo and qual
ity, for half tho price. Call and see
for yourself at David Lowcnbcrg's
Popular Clothing Store.
Rev. L. Zalincr will offer nt public sale,
at tho Hectory of tho Episcopal church, on
Saturday, October 2, all his personal prop
erty, carriages, harnesses, household furni
ture, carpets, &c. Sale will commence at
Last Saturday was pay-day on the B. &
S. road, when all hands got their wages in
cash. Those who hnvc been discouraging
tho enterprise by saying that tho road
could not pay ita hills should bo satisfied.
f their error now, nnd keep quiet.
Stand by thoso who stand by you.
Wo have now received alarge assortment
in Men9' Youths' and Boys Clothing. Call
and examine before you go elsewhere nnd
you will bo satisfied that the right place to
buy your Clothing is nt David Lowcnbcrg's
Populnr Clothing Store.
D. F. Seybert was placed in tho jail last
Saturday for burglary, for which ho was
some courts ago Indicted. On Wednesday
he was brought before Judge Lake and
bail was entered for his npprarancu nt
court next week by Isaiah Bower and G. M.
Locknrd, in tho sum of $1,000.
Voting tax must be paid not later than
Oct. 2. Collector Stiles has the names of
all who will lose their votes If they do not
pay by Hint time, and ho will receive the
taxes at any time. On Oct. 2 he will be at
his resldcnco all day and evening so as to
give all a fair opportunity. Don't neglect
The Brown picnic last week was a great
success. Nearly 300 were in attendance.
Many of them had known each other for
years, but were not aware of any relation
ship until they got together and compared
notes. It was decided to hold a reunion
next year, and by that time a family history
will be prepared.
The annual meeting of tho Woman's
Home Missionary Society of Nottliumber.
hind Presbytery, will be held at the Grove
church, Danville, on Wednesday and
Thursday, Oct. 13 and 14. Thoso expect
ing to bo piescnt nro requested to send
their names to Mrs. Edwin. Gearhart, Dan
ville, as soon as possible.
There was considerable excitement at
llerwiek last Tuesday night. A numher
of Knights of Labor who had struck for
higher wages at the rolling mill were order
ed out of tho company houses, nnd their
wives formed a processslon and marched
around making tilings lively for a time.
It is all quiet cow.
Mooro Quick, who was burned at Neal's
furnace recently, died last Friday. He
was a sou of the Into Grier Quick of ltupert
and was an honest, Industrious and rcput
able cltlzeu. Tho funeral was held at the
Lutheran church on Sunday afternoon and
tho attendance was very large. Ho leaves
a widow and ono child.
Stc.ini will be turned on to tho mains by
tho Steam Heating Co. as soon as the
weather gets cool enough to demand it.
New boilers have bceu contracted for, and
should have been put In by Jthis time, but
the contractois are behind time In filling
the order. Tho largo number of steam
takers rendered tho enlargement necessary,
The Harrisburg Patriot ot tho 10th con.
tains an item concerning the mortgngo of
the B. & S. It. It. which appeared originally
verbatim In tho Culumiiian of tho 10th. Tho
Patriot dates It the 15th, and heads It
"Special dispatch to tho Patriot." It
would havo been much fairer to havo crcd.
Ited It properly to this paper, instead of
trying to palm it off as telegraphic news.
Whllo at Syracuse last week Mr. M. O.
Sloan had a paralytic stroke In tho depot
as ho was about to purchase n ticket for
Scranton' Ho fell on tho lloor striking
his bend. His illness was no doubt caused
by rapid walking In tho hot sun to citch
tho train. Ho was alone, hut wa9 well
cared for over night and was sent homo
the next day, re idling hereon Saturday
evening. Ho has been confined to'hla bed
'We have got 'em on tho list."
All tho pretty new styles, all tho new
shape. Come, look, and you will bo sur.
prised at Iho Fall and Winter stock of
List of letters roinalning In tho Post Of
fice at llloomsburg for week ending Sept.
John Fox. Miss Llzzlo Guss, Nathan
Hondersliott, Mr. Amos Jacoby, Chas. A.
Koch. Dr. Win. McCrccvcr, Mrs. Hattlo
Miller, Mr. Joshm Mcrratt.Mr. G. M. Run-
yan, Mr. J. Wcrtz, E. D. White.
OA 11 1)3,
Mr. D. M. Kitchen.
Persons calling for theso letters will
plcaso say "advertised,"
UuouciE A- ILAitic, r. ju.
Tf vmi want a full suit made up In city
stylo by experienced workmcu, first class
stylo and fit guaranteed can nnu seo uio
elegant lino of Imported aud domestlo
rmnda now on hand at tho popular rucr.
chaut tnllor of llloomsburg, David Luwcn-
THE COLUMBIAN AND
A largo Block ot Fall Hals jnst received
at David Lowcnbcrg's.
Tho work of repairing and rc-bulldlng
tho dopot of tho D. L. & W. Is progressing
nicely. Tho old depot has been moved up
tho road to mnko room for tho now nddl.
tlon. Tho addition will bo SO feet and Is
Intended mainly for a waiting room. Tho
walling room Is to bo 40x24 ft. anil will bo
for both ladles nnd gentleman. Thero will
bo n baggngo room of 10x24 feet. In front
of tho waiting room tho platform Is to bo
built very low only nbout a foot abovo
tho rails of tho track. This low.down
platform for n width of 8 feet will .run tho
entire length of tho depot ( but In front ot
the freight offices, and for a width of 10ft
and 100 feet long tho platform will be nils
cd 3 feet. From tho platform In front of
the freight olllccs to tho low-down ono In
front of the waiting room , thero will bo n
gradual slope. The cntlro dimensions of
the depot will bo 21 ft. wide nnd ISO feet
long, and a platform will bo built all
around It. Wntcr closets will bo connect
ed with tho sewer thero will bo cntrnnco
from tho north sido of the building. Tho
waiting room Is to be furnished with all
tho modern conveniences. Tho enllro
work will bo completed by tho 1st. of Nov
ember. A nice lino of furnishing goods newest
in design in shirts, collars nnd neck lies
just received nt D. Lowcnbcrg's.
About sunilse Tuesday morning, Hartley
Albertson attempted to cross the Zancr
brldgo over tho big Flslilngcreck, with his
traction cnnlnc, with separator and tank
attached. When tho englno got on the
bridge and just as the separator reached
It, tho timbers began to creak, and the tire-
man ran off, but Albertson kept with the
engine. The fireman had scarcely got oil
tho brldgo when it gayo way. Albertson
jumped up nnd held firmly to tho rafters of
the bridge and thus saved himself from be
ing crushed. In falling the safety valve
wns knocked oil and the steam escaped,
filling tho bridge, but fortunately Mr. Al
bcrtson wns In position wliero the steam
did not strike him. At the time of tho ac
cident thero wns 100 pounds of steam, that
amount being necessary to propel tho ma
chinery. Only the foro part of tho engine
went down, tho hinder part, together with
separator and tank, being lodged on the
nbutment. A number of men wcro em
ployed from Itloonisburg, who went up
with tackle Wednesday evening to remove
it. The engine weighed nbout 4J tons.
The bridge was a comparatively new one,
having been built four or five years ago.
It Is a total wreck nnd must be rc-built.
A nice line of Furnishing Goods new
est in design In Shirts, Collars and Neck
ties just received nt D. Lowcnbcrg's.
Columbia County ioor IIouhch.
Tho Republican ot last week prints an
interview with General Agent Cadwallader
Biddlo of the Stato Board of Charities
from the Heeonl, in which ho says, "In
Columbia and Montour counties the poor
houses nro In a wretched condition. The
chief evil In those places was found to be
the insufficient separation ot tho sexes.
In numerous cases births have been the
result ot this, nnd theso illegitimate child
ren have in turn to be supported by the
county." He also speaks of tho Insulll
clcncy of water for bathing purposes, and
the absence of tiro escapes.
So far as the birth of illegitimate children
Is concerned this docs not apply to the
Bloom Poor House. This Institution was
vlslttd In August 1885 by the same agent
that now makes these complaints nnd in
his report which may be found on pnsc
lxvlii of the Report of the Board of Public
Charities for 1885 appears tho following
"It (Bloom Poor House) consists of two
houses, one of brick and one of framo.
The Inmates occupy the brick house, which
is comfortable. Water is pumped into the
house by a wind-mill on tho bank of a
creek some distance from the place, but Is
amph iu quantity. There aro two hath
rooms In the building, nnd a furnace in tho
cellar supplies the heated air." No illegltl.
mate children have been born there that
were begotten on the premises, and tho
sexes are kept separate. Everything is as
neat nnd clean as possible, and Superin
tendent Mcllrlde properly feels aggrieved
that his establishment should be so misrep
resented, unintentionally no doubt, but
the remarks of Mr. Biddle seem to bo np
pllcd to all the pool houses in the county.
If you want a Fall Suit, made up in City
style, by experienced workmen, first-class
style and fit guaranteed, call nnd see the
elcgnnt lino of Imported and Domestic
Goods now on hand at tho Popular Mer
chant Tailor of Bloomsburg,
On lost Thursday, September 10th, a
number ut invited guests assembled at the
home of Mrs. Hiram Pcalcr, Forks, to wit
ness the marriage of her daughter, Ella It.
Pealer lo Mr. J. Harvey Hess of Berwick.
At noon while a march was being played,
tho bridal party presented themselves be
fore the olllclatlng clergyman, Rev. fl.
Houtz. After Iho rlto of marrl.igo was
s.ilemnlzed and many heart-felt congratu.
latlons expressed, the guests retired to the
dining hall and partook with evident relish
of a bountiful repast. The whole occasion
was enlivened by music from tho organ by
Miss Brown of Lightstreet and Miss Maggie
V. Conner of Oraugoville. The bridal
party were made the recipients of many
valuable and useful gifts which we trust
will bo tanglblo expressions ot good will
and wish In tho now home. After the
bridal party took their leave, accompanied
a short distance with an "old shoe," the
company dispersed, nil feeling that it was
good to bo there.
John V. McIIenry Is bulldiug a now barn
nt this place.
Mr. It. F. Edgar's now dist'llery Is in
TheB. &. S, 11. R. Co. Is erecting
shuutlcs at Stillwater. They will put a
forco of mcu to work here at once.
Edgar and Forco havo started n shingle
mill. They manufacture a good shingle,
Tlio democrats in this scctiou aro. all
happy because they are to havo n chanco
to voto for their tavorito leader, C. R.
Buckalvw. Hurrah for Buckalow 1
John Sutton is delivering a scries ot
lectures on tho Tho Old Testament Prophe
sies and Their Fulfillment. They aro very
interesting and Instructing. All should
endeavor to hear them. Mr. Sutton is ono
of the rlpcstischolars In this part of tho
A Perfect '1'i.lilut 1'rcHN.
A new tablet press, called tho Keystone,
has bcon perfected and Is now being manu
factured by J. K Bltlenbcndcr, one ot the
publishers ot this paper. Tho press is
mado mostly of Iron nnd Is light, strong
and durablo, having many advantages ovir
any other press now on tho mnrkct. He
has recently mado arrangements with tho
Mather Manufacturing Company, of Phila
delphia, by which thoy became solo agents.
Prlntcis and publishers can secure theso
tablet presses through N, W. Aycr & Son,
advertising agcuts, Philadelphia.
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. i
On Saturday morning last whllo working
around somo machinery In I. W. McKolvy's
Hemlock Flouring mills, Arthur Wilson's
clothing caught In somo cog wheels, and
ho was slowly drawn In until his sido wns
bo mangled that he died on Sunday morn
ing at 0 o'clock. Tho particulars nro us
follows i Roland Ikcler, the head miller,
nnd U. W. Sterling wcro loading tho mill
wagon with bran, when lkclcr observed
that tho mill was not working right. Ho
dropped his shovel nnd ran to tho third
floor where ho found Wilson fast in the
cogs. His shirt had been caught first ns
he was reaching over tho wheels to clean
machinery, nnd had drawn him In until ho
was lifted oil his feet nnd wns unablo to
help himself. Ho had reached up when
first caught and ono of his fingers wns cut
oil In tho wheels. When lkclcr found him
ho was suspended In tho nlr and tho cogs
were sawing Into his left side, aud gradual
ly drawing him In. It would hnvo taken
but n minute longer before ho would have
been lltcrallly cut In two. Seizing iilm
ntound tho body Mr. lkclcr by main forco
loro tho iinfortunnto young man from tho
grip of the cogs, and laying him on a pile
of bags, rushed down stairs nnd stopped
the mill nnd dispatched Mr. Sterling for n
doctor. Drs. McICelvy and Rebcr wero
quickly nn tho ground, and in examination
was mado showing that several ribs on tho
left side wcro broken, tho lung was torn
looso from tho ribs, nnd n piece of tho lung
torn off. As the sufTcrcr inhaled nlr lu his
lungs it enmo out through the hole in his
side. A consultation was held by Drs.
McKclvy, Rcber and Willits, nn d tho de
cision wns that his injuries wcro fatal, and
nothing could be dono fir him. To at
tempt to dress his wounds would only
cause him useless Buffering, aud nil that
could bo dono wns to allovlato his palu by
the administration of drugs.
Arthur Wilson wns about 21 years
of age, and wns an exemplary young man
He wns a son of O. T. Wilson, nnd grand
son of B, F. Hartinau. Ho had been for
some years n member of St. Paul's P. E
Church, nnd was ulways regular In his ut.
tendance at the services, nnd an nctlve
worker In Iho Young People's Guild, of
which he wns also a member.
He wns learning tho milling business nt
McKolvy's mill, and there ho took great in
teiest in his work, and was attentive and
industrious in the discharge of his duties.
After he was informed that his injuries
were fatal ho showed no fear of death, say
that ho "had always ttlcd to bcagoodboy,
and was not afraid to die."
Tho funeral took place on Tuesday morn
ing at half past tcn,at the Episcopal church
Rev. L. Zahner officiating. Among the
floral decorations wns n beautiful cross
contributed by tho members of tho Guild,
and n wreath fiom the pall.bcarcis. The
attendance wns large, and the expression
of sorrow at tho uutimely death of this
estimable young man, nnd of sympathy
for his friends, was universal.
After you havo tried all over town for a
good writing tablet nnd been discouraged,
come to George A. Clark's book store.
A HportHinnii'H Mniiuul.
As tho autumnal gunning season draws
nigh, a demand arises for information con
corning the best ranges of Kme, nnd the
water-ways most prolific of fowl. For the
purpose of supplying such a demand, the
Passenger Department of tho Philadelphia,
Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad Com
pany has published a work entitled "A
Paradise for Gunners and Anglers." The
little volume Is an exhaustive treatise on
tho game birds, water fowl, nnd fishes of
the Maryland, Delaware and Virginia Pe
ninsulas, their haunts, habits and charac
teristics. An excellent map of the terri
tory, Miowingthc looitlon of streams nnd
the means of access, nnd handsome illus
trations of tho rarer specimens of birds
and fish serve both to embellish and con
tribute to tho interest of tho book. Infor
mation as tn the game laws, the time when
certain game most abound, tho procure
ment ot guides, boats, &c, and in tact ev
erything which would mako the way of tho
sportsman clear, is furnished In ample dc
Tho book is distributed gratuitously and
may bo procured by addressing Jami-s R.
Wood, General Passenger Agent, Philadel
phia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad
OcullHt ana Aurl.Ht.
Dr. J. II. Mooro of Pittston, latent Phila-
delphia, will visit the Exchango Hotel in
Bloomsburg every two weeks on Saturday
from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m. or later, beginuing
Saturday Aug. 28th for the purpose of
treating nil diseases of the Eye, Ear and
Throat, fitting glasses etc. Dr. Mooro is a
graduate of Jefferson Medical Collego of
several years standing, and has had
thorough training in his specialties in the
hospitals of Philadelphia. Tho Dr. can
furnish references from some of theleading
physicians and specialists of Philadelphia
and from physicians in Pittston, Tunk.
bannock, nnd oilier towns of that vicinity.
The following accounts havo been filed
lu tho Register's ofilce and will be confirm.
ed September 27 unless exceptions uro
filed : estates of John Johnston, Julia A.
Puff. John Achcnbnch, W. J. Davis minor,
Benjamin Hicks, Emanuel Savage, U. J.
Bird, J. J. Hartzel, W. J. Allen, Michael
Mensch, A. L. Davl, Joseph Kline, Louisa
Nuss, Daniel Nuss, trustee, Daniel (.cusel
Lavllla Creasy minor, James Barton,
Stephen Crawford; W. M. Dewitt, Geo.
Feddcr, Georgo Old, J. B. Corncllson,
Elizabeth Shumau, Levi Miller, Abraham
Consumption can be Cured.
Not by any secret remedy, but by prop,
er, healthful exerclso aud., tho judicious
use of Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil
nnd Hypophospliltes,containlng tho hcnling
and strength-giving virtues of theso two
valuable specifics In their fullest form.
Prescribed universally by physicians. Tako
It is estimated Unit thero aro ono hun
dred thousand sufferers from hay fever In
tho United States; a number about four
times greater Ihan tho regular standlug
army. This number could be reduced to n
mere regiment If ull would rcsoit to Ely's
A fresh, cleun lot of box papers just
opcucd at Clark's book store.
KLINE MUSGRAVE. At Orangcvlllc,
September 15, 1880, by Rev. O. K. Canfleld,
J. Frank Kline, of Orangevllle, to Miss
Badlo A. Musgruve, of Welllversvllle, Pn.
HARTZEL HELDEBRANDT. At tho
Reformed church, Bloomsburg, by ltov, S.
R. llrldenbaugh, Sept. 15, 1880, Mr. Bteph.
en O. Iluitzclto Mrs. Margaret E. Helde
bnr.dt, both ot Bloomsburg, Pu.
September 22, 1880, at the M. E. Parsonage,
Bloomsburg, by Rev. i B, Riddle, Mr.
Georgo Watkins to Miss Maud Bevan, both
of Cuntrullu, Columbia county, Pa,
MR, BUOKALEW NOMINATED.
A Turliuleiit ucKlnntiijf t'.mlB lit
Tho Congressional Confcrcnco for the
lllh district met nt tho Wyoming Valley
House, Wllkcs-Barro, on Thursday, iho 10th
Inst. Wo had hoped to bo nhlo to publish
tho official report of the proceedings, but
tho secretaries havo not furnished It, and
wo therefore tnko tho following report
from tho Itadcrl
Tho confcrcnco was called to order by
tho Chairman of the Congressional Com
mittee, Peter McCnnn, of Montour county,
who directed Dr. Trimmer, tho Secretary
of tho Committee, to read the roll of con
fcrrccs which had been prepared by tho
commlttlcc. Hero a sceno of confusion
was Inaugurated by the contestants from
Luzerno nnd Lackawanna, led by Matt
Long, of lower Luzerne, who bellowed Ilko
tho Bull ot llashan agulnst what ho was
pleased to term tho usurpation of tho Sec
retary in placing tho conferrecs from Lu.
zerno nnd Lackawanna, who had a prlmn
fnelo right to scats, on tho roll. The loud
talk and disorder continued for somo tlmo,
but tho Chairman of tho committee re
mained firm In his stand that tho coufcrrces
having a prima faclo right to scats must
slay on the roll and havo a voice in tho
organization of tho conference.
A conferreo moved that M. F. Coolbnugb,
of Monroe bo elected chairman, and put Iho
motion himself nnd declared Coolbaugn
elected. Another conferree nominated J, O.
Yocum, of Columbia county, for chairman,
and nmld great confusion tho chairman put
tlio motion and declared Yocum elected.
Ho took the chair vacated by Mr. McCann,
after which Mr. Coolbaugh nddresscd the
conference, pleading for hnrinony nnd stat
ing that under such circumstances ho
could not net ns Chairman and asked that
another voto might bo taken and tho mat
ter bo decided decently and in order. Mr.
Yocum held that ho had been declared
elected by the Chairman of the Committee
and should act as such until the Conference
decided otherwise. Dr. Trimmer was then
elected Secretary, amid the refusal of n
portion of tho conferrecs to vote and their
protest against such action. Tho confusion
nnd disorder still prevailing, interlarded by
lucid Intervals during which E. 11. Rnuch,
of Carbon, mado two or three speeches de
nouncing Dr. Trimmer nnd tho action
which had been taken ns un-Dcmocratlc,
etc. After long waiting tho Chairman
asked If thero was any action to bo taken
on contested scats. Nobody presented any
contests at that point and tho Chairman
then said if thero was no other business
before tlio- conference they would proceed
to name candidates for Congress.
Charles Schuter, of Hazleton, nominated
Hon. Charles R. Ruckalew; Hon. D. Van
Auken, of Pike, then arose and asked tor
fifteen minutes time in which to retire for
consultation witli Hon. Georgo Rowland,
his candidate. This was granted him by
tho chair and tho conference took a recess.
After assembling n motion to adjourn was
agreed to. When tho confcrcnco re-con-veiled
the Chairman announced that tho
Lackawanna contest was the first business
to bo acted upon. The caso was presented
on Duggan's side by Dr. Scims, of Golds
boro, who, when ho concluded bad con
vinced almost everybody that they had no
caso at all nnd that it had been a regular
set-up nfTiiir to keep Lackawanna from
having a voice in the organization. E. J.
Lynott, one of the regular co.'fcrrecs, pre
sented their sido of the case, which com
pletely knocked tho bottom out of tho olh.
er sido. A lull of some time occurred here
caused by nobody making a motion to de
termine the question ono way or the other.
Finally, after another recess had been
taken, the Chairman stated that the qucs-'
tion wns whether tho cenferrces whose
names wcro on tho roll from Lackawanna
county should bo displaced nnd tho con
testants admitted, upon which the roll wns
called, resulting in 12 nays nnd no yeas,
the chairman declaring tho regular con
ferrecs from Lackawanna entitled to their
seats. Tho conference thou adjourned
until nine o'clock tho next morning.
Soon after tills adjournment tho con
ferrecs from Pike, Monroe, Carbon nnd the
llxcd-up contestants from Lackawanna and
Luzerne, counselled together at tho end of
the portico of tho hotel, and finally con
cluded to organize n conference ot their
owu. They returned to the room that had
been occupied, when Mr. Van Auken
stated that ho hnd been requested by the
conferrecs of these counties to cull the con
ference to order, which lie did and moved
thut M. F. Coolbaugh, of Monroe, be
elected temporary chairman, which was
done. E. 11. Rauch, of Carbon, was made
Secretary. A roll was prepared and called
when it was found that tho conferrecs from
Pike, Carbon and Monroe and the contest
ants from Lackawanna and Luzerno an
swered. Notice of contest from these last
two comities was entered by tho Secretary
and tho statement made that theso two
counties could not voto until the contest
wns decided, thus leaving only nine con
ferrecs.which was 2 less than a quorum to
transact business. On motion of Vnn
Auken tho Secretary was directed to notify
the regular conferrecs from Lackawanna
nnd Luzerno that n conference was in ses
sion boToro which they might appear If
they saw fit to do so. A recess for fifteen
minutes wns then taken, during which the
Secretary served novices on Dr. Trimmer,
of Luzerne, nnd E. J. Lynott, of Lacka
wanna. When the conferrecs ro-asscmbled, the
Secretary gavo notlco of what ho had dono
aud stated it was very doubtful whether
the gentlemen served with notices would
pay attention lo them. Tho questlonwhcth
er they would adjourn until morulng was
considered. Mr. Dcrllng, of Carbon, said
that Mr. Rowland and Mr. Storm had
stated that under the circumstances they
did not want and woulil not tako a nomi
nation from that part of tho conference
That Mr. Klotz had slguifled a willingness
to stand as n candidate If they would nom-
Inato htm before they luljourned. If they
wailed until morning it was doubtful what
he would do. Somo wero dubious ns to
the propriety of making t nomination nnd
an adjourumcnt was mado uutll 8 o'clock
Friday morning tho cnuuldatcs and con-
fcrrees wero upearly nnd there seemed to
bo a disposition nt once to harmonlzo mat.
ters. Messrs. Buckalew, Storm, Klotz and
Rowland held short conversations with
each other and discussed a proposition
mado by Mr. Coolbaugh, of Monroo. That
gentleman, who along with others, had the
night bcforijresolved not to meet with tho
conference as originally organized, Bug.
gested to Mr. Storm early in tho morning
that as It was dcsirablo to havo but ono
candhlato nnd harmony In tho district, nnd
as Mr, Buckalew would bo eminently satis,
factory to tlio Democracy of tlio entire dis
trict, it his friends would agreo to have nn
organization mado by tho llyo counties In
which tiicro was no contests and let them
nnmo tho candidate without Luzerne and
Lackawanna whero there wcro contests,
taking any action, that Monroo would cust
her vote for Buckalew, Mr. Storm at once
usscnteil and when tho matter was broached
to Plko and Carbon, thoy also agreed tn It
with tho consent ot .Messrs, Rowlm.d aud
Klotz. The Lackawanna men, both the
regular conferrecs and tho contestants
agreed to this, but Cnsstdy and his men
from Luzerne, nt first refused to havo any
thing to do with It. Tho question having
reached so near nn amlcablo solution, tho
conferrecs from theso counties were not
willing to havo their plans upset by ono
nan nnd gavo Casstdy nnd his conferrecs
to understand that if they continued In op
position they would be set down upon.
"With this understanding tho confcrcnco re
assembled nt 10 o'clock. M. F. Coolbaugh,
of Monroe, moved that J. O. Yocum, of
Columbia county, be elected permanent
chairman. This wns carried, nnd J. S.
McBrldo, of Montour, and J, O. Qrccna
wald, of Monroo, wcro elected secretaries.
Vnn Auken, of Pike, moved Hint tho roll
of uncontested counties bo called nnd the
conferrecs therefrom voto for tlio nomlnn
tlon of a candhlato for Congress. This
motion provnllcd. Mr. Coolbaugh then
aroso nnd In a highly eulogistic speech
nominated Hon, Charles It Bucknlew for
Congress. Mr. Vnn Auken seconded It,
paying n high trlbuto to Mr. Buckalcw's
ability, Integrity nnd sterling Democracy.
E. II. Rauch, of Carbon, also spoko In
high terms of pralso of tho candidate.
Tho roll wns then called and tho con
ferrecs from Carbon, Columbia, Montour,
Monroe nnd Pike nil voted for Buckalew,
giving him fifteen votes In nil, and tho
chairman declared him the unanimous
cholco of tho Democracy ns Its candidate
for Congress In tho Eleventh district. A
commlttco wns appointed and Mr. Buckh
lew was brought before tho conference.
Ho said: Gentlemen, In addition to ex
pressing my sincere nnd heartfelt thanks In
tho usual form over Iho honor you havo
conferred upon me, I desire to sny, that
the nomination Is peculiarly gratifying to
mo becnuso It comes from a body ultimate
ly harmonious. It Is a good thing for
brethren to dwell together In unity. Dem
ocrats disagree llko all people who have
minds of their own as to ways and methods,
but they ultimately get together for a com
mon cause. Wo are united lu this district
ns tho party Is in tho great and powerful
Commonwealth. From this Conference I
shall go to tako my part In tlio canvass for
tho excellent Stato ticket nominated at
Ilarrlsburg. For this cause and tho cause
ot Democracy, I nsk your earnest, sincere
nnd active work. By united effort we shall
redeem Pennsylvania from tho shameful
vote of 1884 for. the man from Maine. To
you, gentlemen, I hnvc no pledges to make.
You require none. I do not desire to go
to Congress to draw tho salary attached to
tho ofilce, bcciuso I can make more money
In tho practice of my profession; nor for
tho honor of the position, because I have
served In the Upper Houso of Congress;
but for the useful work in the matter of
legislation to which I have, to somo extent,
been trained. I desire to nid and assist
that great man, President Cleveland, In
the work which he has so courageously set
out to accomplish, and to assist in estab
lishing tho Democracy in a position that
shall bo enduring. Thanking you again,
gentlemen, I enter upon tho political tasks
Ilou. John B. Storm was brought In by a
committee nnd congratulated tho confer
ence on its harmonious termination after
so belligerent a beginning and nlso on tho
excellency of tho enndidato chosen. He
was followed by Mr. Rowland In a flatter
ing speech. Hon. Robert Klotz wns called
for but ho had left the hotel,
Tho conferenco then adjourned sine die.
Tho ej es nro nlwaj s in sympathy with
the; liinly, and alfonl nn excellent index
of its condition. "When tho eyes beeonm
weak, and thulids tutlamed nod sure, it
Is nn evidence that the system bin
becomo dUtmluretl hy Scrofula, fur
which Ajur's Sarsaparilla li tho best
Sunfula, which produced a painful in
flammation in my ccs, caused mo much
sulft'iiii" for a miinbrr of years. Uy tho
ml IchiI a physician I commenced taking
Ajcr's Surs.ipai 111.1. After using this
mudlclno a shoit tiiuu 1 was completely
My pyc! nrn now in a splendid condi
tion, nml 1 am ns well and strong as over.
.Mrs. William Gage, Concord, N. 11.
Vor a numhev of years I was troubled
with a humor ill my eyes, and was uuabln
to obtain any relief until I commenced
Using Ayci's Snisapnrllla. This medi
cinn has effected a completo cure, and I
believe, it lo 1m tho bust of blood puri
llers. C. 1.. Upton, Nashua, X. If,
From clilMhooil, nnd until with a few
mouths, I li.it u been ntllictcd with Weak
and Soro Kycs. I havo u.sed for tlicst
compl.ttnls, with beneficial results,
Aer's S.irsaparilla, and consider it a
Cleat blood piuilier. Mrs. U. Phillips,
I suffered for a year with Inflamma
tion in my left eye. Three ulcers formed
on tho ball, depriving mu of sight, and
causing great pain, After Irving many
other remedies, to no purpose, I was final
ly induced to uso Ayer's Saraaparilla.
three bottles of this mcdiclnu I have been
entirely i ured. My sight has been re
stored, and thero Is n sign of Inflamma
tion, sore, or ulcer ill my eye. Kendal
T. How en, Sugar Tien ltidj-e, Ohio.
My daughter, ten years old, was afflict
ed with Scrofulous Soie Kyes, DurinK
the last two years she never saw light of
any kind. 1'hyslLi.ins of the, hiuhest
stiiiullug exerted their skill, but with no
permanent success. On the leeommen
dation of a friend I purchased u bottloof
Acr'.s Karsaparllla, which my daughter
omineiiced takiic licforc she, bad used
the third bottlu her slyht was rotoicd.
Her euro Is complete. W, 11. Suther
land, r.Hiitgcllst, Shelby City, Ky. .
l'riurcit by Dr. 3. C. Ajcr St Co., I.oivclt, Man.
KjU by all DruggLti. Price f I ; nil Lotties, 5.
Our samnlL books contain cvervtldni: in
tho printing Hue, nnd goods not kept In
stock can bu obtained at short notice at tho
Columbian olllce. tf.
60 pieces of cotton ffanncls at I. W. Hart,
man it Son's.
Bank notes and receipts put up In pads
convenient for use, cuu bu obtained at the
VULUM1IIAN olllce. II,
"Hello I Hello I" "Well, what Is It V
"What did you uso on your oats this
spring f" Moro Phillips' soluble bono."
Did you uso the same on your potatoes ?"
"No. What did you use ?" "Sharpless &
Carpenter's No. 1 bone, it makes them get,
dou'titr" "Yes, sir." "Hello I thero is
some ono ringing In on us, what do you
want Will It suit you to bring mo a load
of fettlllzcr up to-morrow V "Whero do
you want mu to get it ?'' Down nt the
Farmers' Produce Exchange. "They don't
keep it do they '(" "O, yes they do, why
you can get anything you want there." "Is
that so ?" "Yes. sir, you can get Lister
Bros' nmmoniated bone, Lister Bros.' U. S.
E. bone, E. Frank Coe's Knickerbocker
soluble Paclllo guano, Allentown complete
uonc pnospiiato, .Moro runups' super pnos.
phato of lime, Diamond bone, MOro Phil
lins' soluble bone German potash. John F.
Orth'a Reading bone, Sharpless it Curpcu.
tcr's Mo. 1 bone, Sharpless it Carpenter's
acid phosphate, M L. Shoemaker 6s Co.
swift sure. All the above goods are sold
at from 20 to SO per cent less than any
other fertilizer sold, and ull kinds ot grain
taken in exchange for them. Before pur
chasing your fertilizers call nnd glvo them
a trial and save time, money anil trouble,
Juue 23-4 ui.
Deeds, mortgages, bonds, leases, and ull
kind of legal blanks for salo at the Colum.
man otllco. tf.
35 pieces of red wool llannel at I. W.
Harlman it Bon's.
Executors' and administrators' receipt
books nt tho Columuiak olllce. tf.
Orders for engraved nlates for 01111101!
cards may bo left at tho Columuun otllcctf J
Tho new cashmere;, Indies' dross cloth,
and a great variety of other fine dress
goods Just opened at I. W. Hnrtman &
Hand bills, posters nnd circulars done on
short notice nnd nt low prices at tho Co
LtiMiitAtf ofilce tf.
200 boxes of mens, ladles, misses, boys
nnd chtldrens underwear at I. W. Ilartmnn
Wo hnvo but a few copies of Frceze's
History of Columbia County. Prlco re
duced from $2110 to $1.00. Those who
have been waiting, Ihinklntr they could
get them any time, had belter secure n
copy at onco or they will bo too late. Sent
bymnll for i$ 1.22 by Elwell it Biltcnben
dcr, Uiuomsburg, Pn. tf.
Coat! Coal t! Coat It 1
Now Is the tlmo to ptirchnso your Fall
nnd Winter coal, ns wo propose furnishing
stovo coal, In car lots, say flvo or six Ions,
the same ns furnished on tho D. L. it W.
It. It., 22-10 lb. tn the ton, each ton to ho
weighed by Fairbanks' scales. AH coal
from the Lte Mines White Ash.
O. A. Jacoiiv.
Port Noble, August 13, 1880. If.
For fancy printing of any kind go to tho
Columbian olllce. tf.
Call and fee the Indies', misses' nnd
children's coats (Long nnd short) nt I. W.
Hnrtman it Son's. All prices.
Collectors' receipt books at the Colum-
MAN OlfcC. tf.
Wedding and party Invitations, dance
programmes and visiting cards, cheap at
tho Columbian ofllce. tf.
Hnvlug just received a cylinder for fin
ishing silks and cloths, I nm prepared to
clean and dye gents' clothing, ladles'
cloaks, sacqucs, silks, dresses, shawls, itc.
Feathers dyed and curled. Packages for
warded by express will receive prompt at
tention, according to directions. Call or
nddrcss, J. O. Caswell, dyer, Bloomsburg
Woolen Mills. sep24-tf.
Envelopes, letter heads, note heads, bill
heads, statements, business cards, nud all
kinds of commercial printing nt the Colum.
MAN Olllce. If.
Notes of all kinds, loose, or In books of
25, 50 and 100 notes, for salo nt tho Colum
iiian ofllce. tf.
Crayon Artist and Photographer.
Fine Cabinet Photos, only $3 a doz. (tf
Justices' and Constables' blanks, nil
kinds, kept on baud at the Columbian
Shipping tngs, with or without strings,
at the Columbian office. If.
The secret ot successful advertising is lo
tell the truth. When wo say that Drey
doppcl's Borax Soap is tho best and cheap
est soap you can uso for all purposes, it is
a plain statement of fact, and the best
way for you to Batisfy yourself is to try a
A good nurse should not hesitate to wait
upon thoso ill with such diseases as small
pox, cholern or scarlet fever. There is lit
tle lo be feared by persons waiting on the
sick if they will uso Darbys Propliylnctio
Fluid freely. In sick rooms it should be
exposed on a plate or a saucer, and the pa
tient sponged off with the fluid diluted.
For Fafcty, cleanliness and comfort In the
sick room the fluid is indispensable.
Amewoan Institute on Grai-ks and
Wink. A committee from the Farmer's
club ot the American Institutu appointed
to visit vineyards nnd wine cellars, nnd ex
amine iuto American wine culture report
that the wines of Alfred Spcer, at Passaic,
New Jersey, are the most reliable to be
obtained, and that his Opor.o grape makes
a Port Wine equal to any in the world.
For sale by druggists.
The Voice of tub Pkoi-lk. The people,
as a whole, seldom make mistakes, and
the unanimous voice of pralso which comes
from those who havo used Hood's Sarsa
parilla, fully justifies tlio claims of the
proprietors of this great medicine. In
deed, those very claims are based entirely
on what tho people say Hood's Sarsaparilla
has done for them. Rend tho nbundant ev
idence of its carallve powers, and give It a
fair, honest trial.
See what the Secretary of the Interstate Poultry
.aid Pet Stock Association, of Cobden,
11 hah s,ih : I haie meil someof your Chicle,
chlck-er-te-ket (Poultry Food), amsnlsfied
that it Increases the cu production of my fowl.
A. A. COWDERY.
QUKEN VICTOHIA's CItOWN.
Tho ciown of Queen Victoria consists of
diamonds, penrls. rubies, sannlurcs nnd
emeralds, set in silver nnd gold. Its gross
weigui is an oz. o uwi. troy. iue number
of diamonds are 3,352; pearls, 273;
rubles 9; sapphires, 17; emeralds, 11. It
is an old saying Uneasv lies tlio head that
wears a crown. It Is oetter to wear the
crown of perfect hcallh and peace of
minu through the curative ellects of Per
rlne's Puro Batley Mtlt Whiskey. For
sale by druggists and all dealers.
Tho warm weather often has n denress-
inc and debilitating effect. Hood's Sarsa
parilla overcomes all languor and lassitude.
Parents, your child looks white, at times
it gets faint: sometimes it Is irritable..
You properly suspect worm?, and cannot
tlo n Hinder net man to purchase a Uotllc
of Dr. Hand's Worm Elixir, which kills
round nnd pin worms.
When the system is debilitated by dis
ease, It should bo strengthened and re
newed with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This
medicine invariably proves Itself worthy
of all that can be said in Its favor. Sold
by druggists and dealers in medicines.
Prico 1. Six bottles, $!.
liotlco Is rereby Riven that tho followlns ac
count has been nted In tho Court of Common
I'leas of Columbia county, ana will be presented
loiuuauu luuriuuiuu lounu .uonuny oi Sep
tember. A. 1). ISMi. and continued ntsl. and unless
exceptions nro tiled within four days thereafter
will bo continued absolute;
1. Tin account ot William L. Frcas, committee
oi mu person and c&iaie oi lzaoei Louisa nuiten
stein, u lunatic.
VM. If. BNVDElt, l'roth'y.
Uloomsbun;, Sept, 3, 18S0.
ULE ON HEIRS.
ESTATK OF HDUrilltKY U. PARKER. DKC'D.
COLUMBIA COl'NIY, SS:
To Itaehel J. Parker. Wm. U. Parker. Ituth A,
Parker, ltuclua. Intermarried with Jonathan K
Conner, Samuel K. Parker, Mary A., lmennarrled
with Daniel Asuelman, and three grand children,
..anil-, ,ivjt, Dttinu uujb uiiu uuiiii ilujt,
children of ltebecca lloyt, deo'd, and Phebe
Manning, Luclna Mannlngand Gertrude Manning,
the granchlldren bemg children of Hannah
J. Manning, dee'd, ilneal descendant! o(
Humphrey M. Parker, decea-soit, and to another
penning Intcrobtod, Greeting: Y'ou and each of you
are hereby cited to be and appear before the
Judges of our Orphans' Court at an orphans"
Court to bo held at llloomsburg on tho fourth
Monday ot September next, then and thereto ac.
cept or refuse to tako tho real ebtuto of said
HumplucyM. Parker, deceased, at tho appraised
valuation put upon It by tholnqueat duly awarded
by the said Court, and returned by the Sherttr, or
show causo why It shall not bo sold. And hereof
Wltncnstho Honorablo William ElwelLPrcsldent
oi uurbiuu uouri, at inoomsuurg, luubocniceniu
wm, ii. sNYDKlt, clerk ot o. c.
augisi Samuel Smith, sheriff.
J, E. SMITE St CD,, lini
Hytho following well known makers;
Hallet & Son's.
Also otlioi cheaper makes,
Catalogue and Price Lists
rnillAIi LIST FOR SEPTEMBER
X TEIIM, 185ft.
Mm. t). D. l'rrdcrlck vs Edward Lyons.
Karah O. HoVcr vs. Israel ltlttenbender.
Stephen lllttenbcnder vs. Karntiot Dowers, with
notlco to Odd Kellows llallAss-n of Urange-
vllie, terro tenants. , .
Charles Jt. Conyngham nnd U C. Talne, doing
business as Conyngham I'albe, vs .mines Mo-
Alarnoy and Mart McAlarncy. his wife.
Jacob llalnes vs. N. W. 1). Hy. Co.
A. II. Krlckbauin'R uso vs Vf. fl. Krtckbanm.
James Meyer vs. lames B. Lewars, Admr. ot Jo-
hepti Clewcll, tlec'd, . . ,
II. tl. Hughes and licrmon Fahrlngcr vs John
It. W. lies, o. n. ItCRsand T.J. Thomas, part
ners, doing business In tho nrm name of Hess
Thomas vs Iliram 1'. Everett,
Vm. II. Yorger s Locust Mountain Water Co.
II K. lleacosfc n. Wm. .Mastcller.
J. V. smith, now to uso ot catawissa Deposit
Hank vs. M. u Creasy.
Clark Callender. ex'r of Joseph ltcss, deo'd vs
Francis L. Mess.
Albert li endow vs. D. I. V. It. It Co.
Theodore V. Craig vs. Mahala Craig nnd Dan
lol Y. Wjbert,
Charles W. Van risen vs Thomas Webb and tho
Columbia County Agricultural noclcty.
J. II. Kline, adm r ot Illram It. Kline vs Ellen
C. li I'cnnock, J. I rennock nnd John S. Pen.
nock, trading a tlio tlnnotc. K. ivnnocka
Co. vs. Charles ltelcnarl.
John Drum and Klemandn Drum, his wife, In
right ot tho wire vs Ellas Nhuman and Catti-
anno Shuinan, ror wonts spoden by tho said
Charles W. McKclvy nnd Deborah .r. McKelvy,
hliwlfe, to tlio uoof the said Deborah, (J. N.
w llllts and Josephine v Hilts, his wife, to the
uwof tho laid JtHcphlne, James II. ltamsay,
Charles C. liagenbuch and Anna 11. Hageri
buch his wile, to the use ot tho suld Anna,
Charles ltamsay, William P. ltamsay nnd Hon
ert N. ltamsay vs. Charles II. Itroekway.
Heiijamln Fettennnn vs J. Iloyd Kobkton.
Charles Itelchart vs. Kmanuet Mauser.
II. W. Ilowcrvs .Martha s. Ferris wife of o. H.
Ferris, owner, and Ucorgo o. Welltver, con
tractor. John L. Hrumbauch vs tho D I. W It It Co.
Patrick Hums by his mother and next friend,
Jlnrgarei nurn vs I. A llllev, Layfayctle V
Lent and William Llllcr, trading as L)uls A
ltlley A Co.
Aaron Iloonrj vs Espy Lime and cement Co.
II F Eierctt vs llruco F Hutlirf and Philip 1, Hess
late doing bulecss under the name ot II l'sut-
llfl nnd 1' L Hess.
0 11 Millard vs John Knyiler.
(leorgeo Wo'Ue,-vs OF Ferris and Martha 1,
Ferris his wife, owner, or reputed owner.
II. W. Hess, o. 11. lies, and IraThomas, partners,
doing uuslness ns Ileus s 'ihoinas vs. fllram F.
C 11 eroo'tway vs Columbia county with service
on Mephen l'ohe, Washington Parr and KM
A K rjmlth vs Samuel Ui ugler.
J II Potion vs A I" Heller.
The Curtis Manufacturing Co vs Clrk I Thomas.
1 11 Wagner, 1) W Mutflcy and D " Wagner,
trading under tho nrm natnoot watsontown
Planing Mill Co. vs C F Harder.
William Krlekbaum vs John H Casey.
Augustus Illbby nnd Julia, his wife, tn right of
salawirovs Georgo Hartman, Mary llartman
nnd Clinton HUs, ndm'rol the estate ot Salllo
E Keltmeyer deceased.
Jnraes Yostvs Wilson Ager nnd Kllsha Ager.
Albert KUnctob vs Hiram Cekroat,
h II Whitney vs S II ltowman.
s 11 Whitney vsS U Uowman.
pitAND JURORS. "
llloom--Vm. Knoir, J. V. Caldwell, John W.
Fry, Fran!: Jones.
llerwiek James Jacoby.
Ilnarcreek lteuben Mtler.
catawissa Calvin Clark, Wm. Horner, tleorge
Strieker, John Walter.
Conyngham James Lcvans.
Flslilngcreck c. W. Yost.
Ixicust ocorgo Yeagc-, John Oliver, C. Smull.
Mintln I). 11. lletler, C. W. Hess.
Montour Ellas digger. Arthur lloberts.
Mt. Pleasant-C. L. Hands.
Orange John W. Ilorjm.iu.
line Georgo Moser.
lioarlngcreek Wm. Zancr.
Sugarloat J. V. Perry.
Dloom A .1. Evans, N. 11. Fowler, Wm. Kareitr
ner, ltlchard Harrow, K. C. Enu
llenton II. W. Hess.
llerwiek Hugh Linden, Hiram Whltmlre.
llrlarcreek J. It. Martz,
CntawLssa Joseph Fry, Geo. Gulnn.
Center Wm. McAl'lster, Thomas llrobst.
centralla James Daley.
Conyngham John Monoghan, John Paddon.
Flshtngcreek T. 11. Henrle,
Franklin Samuel ltoardarmeL!
Greenwood Henry Klsner, John c. Lomon.
Locust stmon Carl, Gabriel Wharey, Daniel
Madtson G. 1). Ilendersuott, John Shultr.
Main Geo. W. Fisher.
Minim Lewis Creasy, Levi Masteilcr. J. a Y'ohe.
Montour Daniel Karshncr, W. o. Holmes.
Mt Pleasant Wm. Johnson, Itobert HonclL
orange H. J. Conner.
Scott Charles Pohe, J. L. Crawford.
Woom John q.,Harkley. MUs Maslcller, Wm.
Yost, G. V. Corel!, J. D. W llson.
Denton Charles Dresher.
Berwick A. D. bbultz, D. C. McIIenry.
Drlarcreck David Ilarman.
Catawissa Peter Ualdy.
Center J. 8. Mann.
centralla-O. li. Millard.
Conyngham Michael Ilaker, Hobert Cantlehl.
Vlshlngcreek Wm. Kramer, Illram Ktrnes,
Franklin Philip Mnnhart, J. F. ltceder.
Greenwood Alison Thomas.
Hemlock-Clem shoemaker, J. E. White, A. J.
Jackson John ltantz.
Locust Jacob Long.
Main J. J. Gearhart.
Orange J. M. Sleppy.
Pine Wesley bones, Joseph Sweeney, Valentino
ltoarlngcreok Wm. Yeager.
Scott J. II. Kclm, Geo. ness.
sugarloat Silas Benjamin, Fred Laubach, David
Real Instate !
Tho undersigned, administrator, with tho will
auncxed, ot thocstato of John Springer, law ot
tho township of Hemlock, In tho county of Colum
bia and &Uto ot Pennsylvania, deceased, will ex
poso to public sa'e, by vlrtuo of power In tho will
of tho said deceased, on
Saturday, Oct. 9, 1886,
at 1 o'clock In tho afternoon, upon the premises,
tho following described tractor land of the estate
ot tho said decedent testator, namely: Thut ccr
tain tract ot land, bltuato In tho arorcsatd town
ship ot Hemlock, bounded by lands ot Kllsha
Ilrugler, Frederick Miller, Fgbeit Thomson, cbtate
ot Levi Wright, deceased, and Thomas and Albert
AND FOUTY-SIX PLItCllES of land, btrlct meav
uro, bo the samo moro or less. Nearly all ot tb
said land Is clearcd-a small portion being
on which Is erected a ono nd one-halt story
a framo bank barn with straw fched attached,
wagon shed and other outbuildings. The place Is
upplled with water by good springs. An
on tho premises and other Irult trees. This prop
erty Is situated about blx miles from llloomsburg
and about seven miles from Danville, and thus Is
convenient to market.
Terms of Sale:-cKToW,S
paid at the striking down of tr.o property, and
tho remaining threo-fourths one year thereafter,
with Interest from tho day ot sale.
Possession will bo she n on tho llrst day of April,
1SS7, upon tho unpaid purchase money being sat.
lsfactorlly secured, tho making ot tltle,iupers and
security to bo at the cxpenso ot tho purchaser.
PLTEIt K. IlItUGLKlt,
Septl" Admr., c. t. a.
J&niM of KmanmX Knnn, late of Scott Tirp.
Letters ot administration In tutd cstata having
been granted to tho undersigned administrator,
all persons Indebted to said estate are hereby no
lined to p.iv the same, aud thoso having claims
against said estate ptesent the same to
GEO. ItUCKLE, AdinT.,
augsa Orangevllle, Pa.
jgOROUOU NOTlUli '
Notlco Is hereby given that the citizens ot Kspy,
County ot Columbia and state of Pa., will preseut
their petition on Wednesday, September ), lta,
at 10 o'clock a. in , to tho Court ot (Quarter Ses
sions of tho Peace io bo held at llloomsburg, said
county, beginning thosrrth day or September, A.
D. issn, lor tlio Incorporation ot tho said village ot
Kspy Into a borough under und In pursuuiico et
mu several actsot General Assembly of the Com.
mlinwealth ot Peers) Ivunl.i in such cases made
and I roWdod. 1KELKH K HP.K KING,
Aug.57 Atlys. tor citizens lvtltlouers.
' Wholesale, Retal.
Wheat per bushel 78 CD 80
Hyo " " C(l
Corn ' " .... 0 CO
Oats " " 83 45
Flour " bbl 4 to 5 80
llutter 20 23
Errs Id 18
1'otatoes , 40 60
Hams tl 10
Dried Apples 05
Sido ami shoulder 10 ID
Chickens 8 10
Lard per lb 08 10
Vinegar per gal 20 U0
Onions per bushel 40 CO
Veal skins 07
Wool per lb S!5
Hides 5 to 7
Coal on Whahf.
No 0 i2.00; Nos 2. 1), & Lump tU.SI
No. 0 $3.00 Ultumtniii 3.23