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COLUMBIAN AJSD DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.1
0. E. Elwell, I
J. S. BlttabWar., S ""
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1837.
Slnco' tlio publication o tlio letters
ot tlio sugnrloat Udogatea concerning
a r.orrunt chnnira of votoR nt Oranao.
vllle, it was alleged that thcro was a
fraud Bomowhcro as the tally sheet con
lainod ninety nino votes for rcgistor
and recorder whereas thoro were but
ninety soveu names on tho list of voters.
As soon as Jacob II. Fritz and Z. L.
Kile, tho election board, heard of this,
they came down at onoo and brought
tho tickets with them. A hasty ro
oount by them In tho prceonoo of chair
man Littlo gavo Catnpboll and Stcrnor
eaoh 0G vote?, but a subsequent care
ful recount by F. P. Billmoyor, Grant
Herring and Guy Jacoby iu tho olllco
of Mr. Littlo showed 33 for Campbell
and 34 for sterner. Tlio tmstako on
the tally sheet was thcreforo in Stern-
er's fayor. It is unnecessary tofsay
that it was only a clerical error, as
Jacob II. Fritz would not bo a party
to any intentional wrong.
Ths Democratlo Convention.
Tho Democratic State Convention
at Allentown was called to order at
noon on Wednesday of last week, by
Chairman Dallas Sanders of tho Stale
Committee. Tho roll was called, and
there was not a amnio contested seat,
Hon. John B. Storm nominated Con
gressman Georgo Post, of Susquehanna,
ana Air. 1'ost was elected by acclama
tion. Upon assuminc tho duties of
the chair Mr. Poet said :
"Gentlemen of the Convention:
For this manifestation of your esteem
and confidence 1 tender my cordial
N. thanks. To preside over so intelligent
and patriotic an assemblage of my lei-
low-citizens is indeed a nigh honor,
and one which I appreciate at its full
value, wo iiavo met as tno represent
tatives of the democratic party of
Pennsylvania, a grand body of sturdy
citizens, desirous ot iioneat economic
crovernment. to name thoso who shall
bo our standard-bearers in tho coming
state campaign, and declaro anew our
fealty to the principles of democraoy
as well as to define our position upon
questions immediately affecting our
state. Wo are not uore to register tho
will ot arrogant bosses, lor there is no
room in tho democratic party for boss-
. es. Wo do not follow at the heels of
men, but battle for tho maintenance of
. principles. A state convention of
democrats is not called to givo formal
ratification to a prearranged pro
gramme, but for tho purpose of a full,
free and candid interchange of opinion
and sentiment, and 'as to tho bcBt
course to pursue to advanco tho
interests of our party, and to ar
rive at conclusions ' satisfactory to
all, to tho end that wo may go forth
nnitedly to do vigorous battle in be
half of puro government. It has al
ways been my lot to livo in a Bcction
sA tho country wherein tho democracy
has been in tho minority : but no mat
ter how black the gloom of defeat has
settled about us in our Jocal contests, I
have ever been proud to proclaim my
self a democrat, and havo never.abated
one jot nor tittle of my confidence in
tho uitimato.saccess ot its forces. To
day, as I look upon this magnificent
assembly of democrats, I am prouder
than over that I early enlisted in tho
democratic ranks. Thoy tell us that
our party is in a state of deoay. If
this grand gathering of earnest, intelli
gent men, who havo come to this beau
tiful city and thronged its thorough
fares and taxed its capacity for enter
tainment to tho utmost, and that in
what is commonly known as an off
year, is a sign of decay or disintegra
tion, then uod speed the work ot do
cay. It was tho lato W. II. Soward, I
believe, who once said that the last
democrat had been born, but despite
that same prophecy, I should say from
tho youthful faces of many of the dele
gates to this convention that democrat
ic babies bad been putting in an ap
pearance in largo numbers in every
city, village and hamlet in our com
monwealth ; and 1 havo no doubt thoy
will continuo by tho thousands to come
to fill up the racks as the old warriors
fall from the ranks, full of years and
honorable scars. As democrats we
have evory reason to be of good cheer,
and we iiayo the strongest possible
grounds npon which to baso our claims
for popular support and confidence. In
1882 wo named for governor Robert
E. Pattieon, and pledged tho pooplo
that if elected the affairs of our state
would bo prudently and honestly ad
ministered, tho knifo applied to all
kinds of jobbery, and a check put up
on monopolistic aggression. How well
he fulfilled those pledges is known to
all men, and he retired from the exe
cutive oftio honored by every citizen of
tho state. Under a democratic ad
ministration of our state affairs thore
wcro no useless offices created to mako
placo for hungry heelors j thoro was
not a traoo of corporation intluenco
about the executive office, thero was
rigid economy in publio expenditures
and thero wero no attompts to evade
the mandates of the constitution. Tho
democratic party of Pennsylvania had
no hand in tho outrageous juggelry
whereby tho revenue bill was lost, in
which every county in tho ttate was
vitally interested, and tho failure of
which was surely not In the interest of
tho masses. And in tho tederal ad
ministration at Washington evory demo
crat lakes pride, in President Cleveland
a demooratio president, the country
has found a man of brains and pluck,
inllexiblo intocritv. natriotio imnnlsen.
conservatism and sagacity, in whom
trio people novo implicit oonhdenre.
Under his administration thoro is au
era of great prosperity, and all tho diro
prophecies of disaster foretold by our
opponents havo come to naught. In
some quarters thoro is an evident at
tempt to convey the imureesion that
Prusidont Cleveland is inimical to tho
wounded and decrepit veterans of the
lato war, and yet ho has approved in
tuo past two years more private pen
sion bills than wero signed by republi
can presidents in twclro years, and all
pension legislation which was calculat
ed to afford reliof to cripplod soldiers
or to widows and orphans ot deceased
soldiers has beon gladly approved by
him. And tho pension bureau under
democratic supervision is adjusting
pension claims more speedily than over
uciorc, and over io.uuu more pension
certificates have been granted during
tho two years of democratic rule than
wtrn granted in the last two years of
Chairman Post then announced that
tho Clair m us leady to reccivo any
proposition irom tho convention. Mr,
Btortn offeicd u resolution that tho
i ules of tho state, house of loprcsenta-
lives bo tho rules to govern tho conven
tion, and that nil resolutions bo roforr-
cd to tho committee on resolutions to
bo horcaftcr constituted. This tuopo
sition was adopted, and on motion of
Mr. Jircnnan, ol Allegheny, it was ro
solved that a commltteo on resolutions
and a committee on permanent organi
sation be constituted. Tho members
of which to bo selected one from each
senatorial district. by tho dolcgatcs of
such senatorial district.
J. J. Koardon of Williamsport was
tho member of tho commltteo on reso
lutions for this district.
A permanent organization was effcot-
cd by tlio election ol o. It. 1 eaio ot
Lock Haven os.ohairman. After a fow
remarks by tho chair tho following
names woro presented as candidates for
J ml go of tho Supreme Court: Mr.
William McShorry, cf Adams, named
Hon. William S. McLean. Mr. Zoiglcr,
of Butler, presented tho namo of Judgo
Johu Mcjlichael. Mr. James MoLaird
of Westmoreland, nominated Ex-Governor
Robert E; Pattison. Mr. J. G.
Fisler, of Carbon, presented tho namo
of Mr. W. M. Rapshur. Mr. Dallas
Sanders, of Philadelphia, that of Judgo
Michael Arnold. Judgo Walker, of
Schuylkill, named lion. James ltyan.
Congressman Scott that of J. Ross
Thompson of Erio. Harman Yorkc a
of Buoks, that of Robert P. Allen of
The clerk procooded to call tho roll.
At tho close tho contest had been nar
rowed down between Judgo Arnold
and Mr. Thompson. Boforo tho result
could be announced tho delegates be
gan to change their votes from tho
various other candidates to either
Judgo Arnold or Thompson. Then
followed an exciting raco between tho
Philadelphia and tho Erio candidates.
That soon plunged tho convention
into a fever oi excitement. Votes wero
changed in such rapid succession that
tho clerks becamo involved in inextric
ablo confusion, and tho chair was com
pelled to announco that thoy bad lost
all record of the oount and had to order
a new ballot. Before tho call of the
roll on this ballot was begun McLean,
MoMichacl, Yerkcs and Pattison wore
Tho ballot then proceeded, tho vote
.being taken by counties announced by
the chairman of the county delegations
and resulted : Thompson, 186 ; Arnold
171. Amid applause tho chair an
nounced that Thompson had received
a majority of tho vote of tho conven
tion. Mr. Thompson's nomination was
then made unanimous and the conven
tion proceeded to mako a nomination
for state treasurer.
A delegate moved that tho conven
tion nominate Bernard J. McGrann, of
Lancaster, by acclamation, but several
members objected, desiring to know
who tho candidate was. Mr. Reiley
recited tho well known career of Mc
Grann, and his service to his party. At
tho conclusion of his speech tho con
vention nominated Mr. McGrann by
acclamation. The convention then
adjourned sine die.
THE PRINCIPLES OF THE rAKTY. ENUNCI
ATED BT THE ALLENTOWN CONVEN
TION. Tho resolutions are as follows :
1. That we renew our allegianco to
the principles and declarations of tho
platform adopted at Chicago in 1884,
which Cleveland, the nominee of the
party, heartily endorsed, declaring in
his lotter'of acceptance ; "I havo caro
fully considered the platform adopted
by the convention and cordially ap
prove the same. So plain a statement
of democratic faith and the principles
npon which that party appeals to the
suffrages of the people needs no supple
ment or explanation." To these prin
ciples he has faithfully adhered in all
his publio utterances. We further af
firm that tho platform adopted by our
state convention of 1880, and in view
of the existing condition of tho publio
treasury wo demand with emphasis
that tho large surplus already in the
treasury shall be used to pay the pub
lio debt, and that thq current and un
necessary increaso going on beyond
the needs of government shall bo im
mediately prevented by wise and pru
dent reduotion of internal taxation and
of duties on imports in accordanoo with
the foregoing declarations.
2. That we fully endorse the admin
istration of President Cleveland, as
wise, sagacious and patriotic. He has
restored confidence to the business in
terests of the country in tho democratic
party, has directed the financial affairs
of the government with apt ability, has
strengthened tbo publio credit, and
thereby given us a period of great in
dustrial and commercial prosperity.
Tho apprehension in the minds of some
that the advent of our party to the
control of tho federal goyernment
woma bo dangerous has been dispelled.
Our people are more contented and
well-to-do than in years ; is moro re
spected than evor by othor nations ; his
period of administration has been pure,
economical, cool and fearless, and meela
the approval of all fair minded .and
3. Wo recognize tho material bono
fits which this country has received
from immigration. Wo endorso tho
legislation of contract labor and to
compel tho return of paupers and crimi
nals. Wo commend tho national ad
ministration for its efforts to rigidly
enforco these laws, and whilo we are
opposed to any illiberal restrictions, wo
fayor such additional measures of reg
ulation as may bo found necessary.
4. Wo favor liberal pensions to do
servingJUnion soldiers and sailors and
refer to tho action of tho preeont ad.
ministration in adding to the pension
rolls a larger number than was over
before placed on within a correspond
iDgly period, whilo at tho same time
protecting the treasury from fraudulent
claims as proof of this fact.
5. We point with prido to tho fact
thbt since tho democrats havo been in
power, in any branch of the federal
government, not ono acre of tho publio
lands has boon granted to corporations
nor has any land grant been revived or
$. Tho failuro of tho stato revenuo
bill after it bad been carefully perfect
ed and nearly unanimously passed by
I.. II. 1 .1. f il. ,-. , '
uuiu uiauuuvB ui iuu lugisiaiurft was a
crime against tho majority of the com
monwealth, whurebv the nnonle mint
pay a million dollars annually that
should and would have been paid by
the corporations, and tho failuro of the
stato administrations to attempt any
correction of' the wrongdoing or ex.
posure of the fraud or orlmlnal ncgloct
nomioncu a crime against both author
ity and people, and confessed the su
preraaoy of ring rule in Pennsylvania.
7. That we reaflirm our declaration
in favor of tbo passago of suoli legisla
tion as will properly enforco tho pro
visions of act seventeen of the consti
tution relativo to corporations to pre
vious improper discrimination, and to
8. That wo donounco tl o action of
the last republican legislature in the
defeat of the bill for tbo tcliof of pro.
duccra and refiners of oil In the oil
district of tho state, known as tho
Bllliugsloy bill, as being In tho interest
of monopoly and Against tho interests
of tho pooplo of that largo seotlon of
0. Tho democratic parly sympa
thizes with the oppressed of all nations
and In all movements having for their
object tho attainment of tho blessings
of local solf-govornmcnt such as are en
joyed by tho pcoplo of this Union as
tho result of tho enforcement of tho
democratic poliov. Tho granting of
homo rulo to Ireland is duo as tho ac
knowledgement of a sacred inherent
right, and tho gallant strugglo for tho
accomplishment of this- long delayed
aot of justico tindor tho magnificent
leadership of Gladstone and Parnoll
commends itself to tho moral support
of tho American people It is our
oarncst wish that tho offorts of thoso
distinguished statesmen may soon bo
crowned with success.
Wo still hold to tho ancient dootrino
of tho party that the preservation of
tho rights of tho pooplo demands that
wo should look jealousy upon monopo
lies and restrict corporate power with
in its proper sphere and wo heartily
approvo tho action of tho national ad
ministration In reclaiming nnd throw
ing open to tho pcoplo for the settle
ment of 100,000,000 acres of land,
which through arttflco and fraud were
wrongfully hold by corporations hav
ing beon forfeited to tho peoplo by
failure to comply with tho conditions
of tho grants.
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not bo overestimated, for without pure blood
you cannot enjoy good health.
At this mson nearly every ono needs a
good medicine to purity, vitalize, and enrich
tho blood, and we ask you to try Hood's
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creates an appetite, and tones the digestion,
while It eradicates disease. The peculiar
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ot the vegetable remedies used giro to
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Hood's Barsaparilla Is sold by all druggists.
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100 Dosos One Dollar
Foit Judqh ok Supreme Court,
J. ROSS THOMPSON,
For State Treasurer,
B. J. McGRANN,
For Associate Judge,
For Protiionotary and Clerk ov the
WILLIAM H. SNYDER,
For County Treasurer,
GEORGE A. HERRING,
For Register and Recorder,
CHARLES H. CAMPBELL,
For County Commissioners,
WILLIAM G. GIRTON,
E. M. TEWKSBURY,
A. W. HARTMAN, s
RIAL LI8T FOIt BEIT. TERM, 1887
Frederick nosler.to use.4:c,vs D II & W. K.R. Co.
Citizens sate Demist hank ot Mahanor City va
iyum Jtouums' num r va jacoo is ewitur a aumT,
II K lleacock vs Wm Hosteller.
John Hlnderltter, et ux, vs Lloyd Drandon,et ux.
Theodora p. Ura'g vs Mahala Cratg et at,
Charles W McKelvy et al vs 0 B Brockway.
Jonas Dory's iu" n'ra et al va John Suit.
Patrick Burns vs L A Riley & Co.
C 11 Brockway vs Columbia county.
J U Patton vs A P Heller.
Curtis Mfg Co vs Clark I Thomas.
Wm Krlckoaum vs John II Casey,
L H Fowler vs O D Fowler.
Andrew Fowler vsO D Fowler.
J II Uoyt vs Iloro of Berwick.
Frank'ln Yocum, guardian vs Wm Zahner et at.
Matulaa Kindt vs Varies sands et ah
Wm Shannon vs Ch Ties Gearuart.
Itobr Mcllenry'u use vs K J McUenry's adm'x.
Catawissa Deposit Bank vs Isabella Woaver.
Ira Hessvs John V. CUapln.
Peter Good's Ex'rs vs Nelson Freas et aL
James Pollock vs Wm II Vandcrsllco.
Maud A Hartman va Wm F Welllvor,
J. D, Fisher va Zacharlah Krelscher.
8 W AdamB vs A B Croon.
M A Martle vs Berwick Borough.
M (1 Hughes et al vs catawissa Clrc't M K church
B F Gardner vs Bloomsburg B & B L Co.
A Gordner vs a. W ltobblns.
Louisa OrimtU vs John Kress.
Louisa Cirimtu vs John Krcjs et ux.
Henry C. Snyder vs Jackson & Woodln Mfg Co.
K B Brower va Goorge Strieker.
Daniel Kudy, receiver, va. Cordelia Klaner.
RAND JURY FOR SEP. TERM, 1887.
Beaver Blmon Rtttenhouso. .
Berwick Geo O Fenstermacher.
Bloom Wm Kramer, James it Walter, David
Fisher, Jas Lcnon.
Hrlarcreck s J Conner.
Catawissa Frank McKelvy, Luthor Kyer.Toblas
Centre Pierce Ilagenbuch.
Fishingcreek Chaa Kramer.
Greenwood 1' II ulrton.
Jaokson V I. Hess, Ezra Stephens.
Locust 0 li stine, Samuel Camp, A U Walter,
Jladtson-U W Murphy,
Mt Pleasant Thos Oman.
orango-oohn Kltcheu, A W AUabach, Harry
"Berwick John n arm an.
Bloom B H Vannatta, Joseph Garrison, Robert
JHV1J11UU, AVUI1 (JUliCO.
Catawissa O W ltelfsnvder. Jacob Shumnn
John n Delmer, Lloyd Miller, Wm Bernlnger,
HI.nhonlt.il.. ' '
ceutralla j vt Fortner.
Centre Isaiah Hartman.
C'onyn&rhain Andrew Donahue. Patriek- HrennAn
Flshlngcreek-John M Buckalew, W W Sutllff,
1 Ullt,l A1)J1HU1U, UI,, .UUU UBliiCU
Greenwood bamuel Mcllcnry, Ezra Thomas, At
Locust L 11 Daniel t, Cornelius Feltcrman.
Maln-BOTd A Hawk.
Mimin-J W Wlnleretoen.
Montour Wm Trowbridge.
Mt Pleasant-G M Ikeler.
bcott-Jacob BUultz. KUward Hartman. llearjr
sugarloat John Kile, Geo Moore,
Beaver-Jacob Baker, Isaac Lohr, llenj. Michael.
IKinivi-wiwiuurunwr, ljurv UUIT1BUU, A
Bloo.n Thoa Oorrey, A C Drown.
Brlarcreck Moaea Markle.
Catawissa Samuel Fairley, John Brclsch.
Ceutralla Henry Coddlngton.
Centre II II llcmley, TD Itobblns.
Conyngham-John J Bourlce.
Fishingcreek Henry Fulmer, Stephen Dresner,
Greenwood-A M Kramer, Nehomlah Kitchen,
IiOCUBtllanslo George, Joseph filebcr.
Madison cyrus Demott, iboinas Mordan.
Malu-J A IUrtzel.
Montour Isaiah Uiller,
Pino Wm Greenly, Jacob Long.
Itoarlngcreek Daniel Itarlg.
BcoU-4 It Purwh u 1' Itclcbart, Goo W Tronso,
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strength and wholcsomcncas. Mora economical
than ordinary kinds, nnd cannot bo sold in compe
tition with tho multitude ot low test,shcrt weight,
alum or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
HorAI. lUKlNd 1'OWDEIU'O,. WallSt.,N. V.
J-OTICE TO 8A.TISFY MORTQAQE.
Stats op Pkknstivama,County op Columma, ss:
A mong tho records and proceedings ot tho Court
ot Common Pleas In nnd forsnld county nnd stato
tt Is Inter alia, thus contained:
No. May Term, 1887.
rBTITIOH to satispt mohtoaob.
To Hoiry Cramond, hl3 heirs nnd legal repre
You are hereby notified that Jonathan Hortman,
of Greenwood townshtp.iii Id counly.has petitioned
tho Court ot common Pleas of said county, repre
rescntlng to snld court that on tho soth day of
November, A. D. 1S45, acertaln mortgage was ex
ecuted and delivered by Nicholas Cole, ot Green,
wood township, aforesaid, to Henry cramond,
of Philadelphia, snld stato. on a messunge nnd
tract of lard, situate In Bald Greenwood township,
bounded and described as follows, to-wlt: Begin
nlng nt a stono heap corner, thenco by land ot
Michael Hnntz, north seventy-four degrees west
nnn hundred Rnrt MPventv-three nercheqloa Post.
thence by the Onlbroth Co. land north eighteen
and one-half degrees east ono hurdred nnd
thlrty-flvo nnd nvo-tcnths perches to a whl'O pine;
thenco by other lands ot said II. cramond.south 74
eKrees cosi iwo uunareu nnu iweuu-au eu
perches to a pof t by tto road: tberco along samo
south Rtxtv-nvo nnd one-half deirreea west sev
enty-three perches; thenco along same south tblr-ty-nlno
degrees west thirty perches: thenco along
samo south fifteen degrees west forty perches:
inenco bouiq eleven apgreea west niu'eu uuu
five-tenths perches to ths placo of beginning, con
taining one hundred and llfty-ono acres oi land,
moro or less, to secure tho payment of a certatn
bond or writing obligatory, dated the day and
year aforesaid In tho penalty ot flvo hundred and
sixty-two nnd eighty ono hundredths dollars, con
ditioned for the payment In three Installments na
follows, of tho lust sum of two hundred and
elghty-ono and forty ono hundredth! dollars, viz:
One-third on tho first day ot May, 1818, one-third
on the nrst day of May, 1817, ono-thlrd on the first
day of Mav, isis, with legal Interest on tho same
from tho said soth day ot November, A. I), l&n,
which said mortgage la recorded In tho office for
the recording ot deeds, ftc., at Bloomsburg, In and
tor said county of Columbia, in Mortgage Book s,
page 178, o.
The petition further represents. That the said
Nicholas Colo died lntestato on or abojl tho S9th
day ot June, A. D. 1879, and that ail tho money
duo on said mortgage, principal and Interest, was
paid by snld Nicholas cole, during his lifetime, to
tho said mortgagee aboro named, and who Is still
the legal holder thereof, and vrho has neglected
to satisfy the samo, nnd cont'nrcd In such neglect
tor more than six months 'ast past.
And that slnco the death ot the said Nicholas
Cole, his heirs, bv died duly executed, and dated
the soth day of March, 1880, and recorded In the
said abovo-mentloned office, In Deed Book Vol. 40,
page 621, conveyed tho said above-described piece
ot land to l"etcr W. Colo, who, by deed dated April
2, 18;, with his wlfo, Martha U. Cole, conveyed
the said premises to your petitioner, (seo Deed
Book, Vol. ) who Is now tho legal owner ot said
premises, and by reason of the sala mortgage on
said premises remaining unsatisfied, there Is a
cloud cast on said title ot your petitioner, and
praying that notlco of theso facts may bo given
to tho said Henry Cramond, li la Heirs or legal
representatives, requiring him or them to acpear
at the next term ot said court and answer this pe
tition, and In ease proof shall bo made that tho
amount of saldmortgage.and tho Interest thereon,
has been paid as aforesaid, that tho Court will or
der satisfaction to bo entered on the record ot tho
same by tho Itecorder ot said county, on payment
ot tro costs duo relativo to the entry of said mort
gage, or any proceedings thereon, and that such
other orders may be made In the premises
as bv the act of Assembly In that behalf, passed
and approved tho llth day of June, A. 0. 18IH.
You are therefore required to be and appear at
the next Court of Common Pleas, to be holdcn In
Bloomsburg, In and for said county, on Monday,
the soth day of September next, and answer tho
petition aforesaid, and show cause. It any you
have, why the sa'd mortgage shall not bo marked
satisfied, according to the prayer ot aald petitioner.
SAMUEL SMITH, sheriff.
Ikelf.h ,t Hebrino, Atty's for Petloners.
Sheriff's omce, Bloomsburg, Pa, Aug. 86, 188T.
By virtue of sundry writs, Issued out of tho
Court ot Common Pleas ot Columbia county, Pa.,
and to me directed, will bo exposed to publio salo,
at the Couit House, In Bloomsburg, on
MONDAY, September 26, 1887,
at S o'clock p. m., all that certain messuage or
tract of land, situate In Locust township, colum.
bla county, Pennsylvania, bounded on tho north
by land of Benjamin Beaver, on the east by land
of Jonathan Beaver, on tho south by land ot Ja
cob U. Long and on the west by land ot Catharine
Helwlg, containing flvo acres, wood land.
seized, taken In execution, at tho suit of Peter
Swank vs. John Oliver, ndra'rot John Boycr, dee'd,
and to bo sold as tbo property ot John Boycr,dec'd.
Ixelzr IIkbkino, Attys. Plu. FL Fa.
All that certatn tract of land, situate In Centre
township, Columbia county, Pa., bounded and de
scribed as follows, to-wlt: On tbo north by lands
ot Charfes Whltmlre, on tho west by lands ot Levi
Alkman, on tho south by lands ot Widow Pelfer,
and on tho cast by lands of Simon Lowry, contain
ing two acres, moro or less, whereon are 'erected a
two-story framo houso, stable and other outbuild
ings. Also, a lot ot fruit trees.
Seized, taken In execution, and to bo sold as tbo
property ot Jacob Lynn and Levi Lynn.
Zarh, Atty. FL Fa.
All that certain messuage or tract ot land, sltu-
ato In nrlarcreek township, Columbia county, Pa.
Beginning at a post In line. of land formerly Abra
ham Adams, thence north fifty-nine and one-halt
degrees east sixty nine and seven-tenths perches
to a stone, thenco noi th seven degrees west twenty-eight
perches to a Btono, thence by a publio
road south forty-throo and one-half degrees west
18 and 8-10 perches to a stono, thenco south forty
nine degrees ten minutes east forty and three
tenths perches to a btone, thence south fltty-four
degrees west, twenty perches to a stone, thence
south seven degiees east, thirteen and nine-tenths
perches to the placo ot beginning, containing
eight acres and eleven perches, on which aro
erected a ono and a halt story frame dwelling
houso, stable and outbuildings.
Seized, taken In execution, and to bo sold as the
property of Alfred Smith.
Jackson, Atty. FL Fa.
By virtue of sundry writs, Issued out of tho
Court ot Common Plcaa ot Columbia county, Pa.,
and to me directed, will be exposed to publio sale,
at the court Houso, in Bloomsburg, on
SATURDAY, October 1, 1887,
at J o'clock p. ra., all that certain pleco or parcel
ot land, eltuato in Owen's Addition to tho town ot
Berwick, Columbia county, Pa., bounded and de
scribed as follows, to-wlt: On tho north by Fifth
street, on tho east by land of Mrs. Fay, on tho
south by an alloy, una on tho west by land ot K.
KUnger, being torty.nlno and a halt feet on Fifth
street and ono hundred and alxty-Hvo feet In
depth, on which are erected a" two-story framo
dwelling and outbuildings.
Seized,- taken In execution, at tho suit of Julius
J, Hoft vs. Adam C, Heller, and to be sold as tho
property ot Adam C. Heller,
Jackson, Atty, Fl. Fa.
All that certain messuage or tenement and lot
ot ground, situate In tho town ot Bloomsburg, In
tho county ot Columbia, and stato of Pennsylva
nia, aforesaid, bounded and described as follows.
to-wlt: Beginning at a corner of an alley, on the
south aide ot Fifth street, north sixty-tour and
ono-elghth degrees east nfiy-nveand a halt feet,
thenco by land ot Isaao a Kuhu south twenty-
nine and a quarter degrees east ono hundred and
titty flvo feet to Pearlo street, thenco along the
samwithtlxty-one degrees west, nfty-slx and a
halt feet to tho alley aforesaid, and thenca along
said alley north nine degrees west ono hundred
nnd fifty-eight feet to the place ot beginning.
Belted, taken lu execution, at the suit ot Abra
ham lllce, executor ot John Uoatt, d o'd, va. Chaa.
Ahleman, with notice to Charles Krug, terre ten.
ant, and to bo told as tho property ot Chaa. Ahlo.
man, with notlco to Chaa. Krug, tcrro tenant.
Knouh Sc Wintihstssn, Attys. Al, Lev, Fa.
SAMUEL SMITH, Sheriff.
Notlco Is hereby (riven that the following ac
count has been riled in the Orphans' Court of
Columbia county, and will bo presented to tho
said Court on the four 111 Monday ot btptembcr,
A. D. 1817, and connrmed nisi, and unices excep
tions are tiled within four days thereafter, will
be continued absolute!
1. Account ot J. IL Heller, Trustee, under the
lost will and test amen tor llvury u. Miller, lato ot
Columbia county, deceased.
WM. IL HNYDEll, Clerk of o. c,
Clerk's ortlco, Bloomsburg, Pa., Hep. , isct,
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
ltcMl E state!
Tho undersigned, administrator, with the will
annexed, of tho estate of Samuel Melllck, deo'd,
under tho will and by authority of tho Orphans
Court of Columbia county, will cxposo to publio
sale, on tho premises, In Orango township, on
SATURDAY, September 24, 1887,
at ono o'clock p. m., tho following described roal
estate, tu-wltt Beginning at n whlto oak stump,
thenco by lands of Cyrus Mollcnry, north twonty
flvo degrees west forty.soven perches to a black
oak, thenco by land of Cyrus Mcllcnry and Hiram
K. Bowman north eighteen degrees cast twenty
ono perches to a stone, thenco by land ot Hiram
E. Bowman north eighty-eight and ono-half do
grces west slxty-soven and Blx-tenths perches to a
stono, thenco by lands ot Samuel Nolton, Bouth
eighty nnd ono-half degrees west fltty-ono and
tight-tenths perches to a chestnut, thenco by
lands ot Samuel W. B4uth thirty and ono-
halt degrees east thlrty-tour perchos to a post,
thenco by lands ot Androw Crouso north seventy
seven degrees castseventy-threo perches and thrco
tenths, to thd placo of beginning, containing
ot land, strict measure.
TEUMSOF SALE. Ten per cent, ot one-fourth
ot tho purchase money to bo paid at tho striking
down of tho property, tho ono-fourth less tho ten
per cent, at tho confirmation absolute, and tho ro.
malnlng threo-fourths In one year thcreatUr.wlth
Interst from confirmation nisi. Purchaser to pay
for drawing deed.
Seo bills for personal property.
JOHN A. FUNSTON, Adrt'r,
sepj with tho will annexed.
0 OURT lMlOOIlATiQN"
WHEREAS, the Hon. William Elwei-i
President Judgo of tho Court of Oyer nnd
Terminer and General Jail Delivery, court ot (juar
tor Sessions ot tho Pcaco and tho Court of Common
Pleas and orphans Court In tho soth Judicial Dis
trict, composed ot tho counties of Columbia nnd
Montour, and tho Hons. C. G. Murphy and C. H.
Mollcnry, Associate Judgos ot Columbia county
have Issued their precept.boarlng date the I4th day
of May la tho ycarof our Lord onothousand eight
hundred and eighty-seven, and to mo directed for
holding a Court ot Oyer andTcrmlncr and General
Quarter Sessions of tho reaco, Court of Common
Picas and Orphans Court, In Bloomsburg, In the
county ot Columbia, on the fourth Monday, being
tho Mth day of sept, next to continue tor two
Notice is hereby given to tho Coroncr.to tho Jus
tlces of tho Peace, and the Constables of tho salj
County of Columbia, that thoy bo then and there I n
their proper person at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon of
said soth day of sept, with their records Inqui
sitions and other remembrances,to do those things
wnicn to tnoir offlces appertain to bo done. And
thoso that aro bound by recognizance to proscaute
against tho prisoners that aro or maybe In the Jail
of the saldcounty ot Columbla,tobo then and thcro
to prosecute them as shall be )ujt. Jurors aro re
quested to bo punctual lu their attendance,
agreeably to their notices. Dated atBloomsburg
(",) tho 2tth day of August tn tho year of our
L.a.y Lord ono thousand eight hundred and
(' ) eighty-seven, and In the ono hundred and
eleventh year of tho tndenenrtpnen nf t.hn irmfiri
States of America.
buenrra oruco, SAMUEL SMITn..
ULE ON HEIRS.
ESTATK OP D1NIXL BARIO. nKCASKl.
Tho Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to Frank
..a,,, uuu italic, uumei iiang, woamngion
Itarlg, Sarah, Intermarried with Joslah liboads,
Susanna, intermarried with Urtas Fetterraan,
all residing in Columbia county, Pa.; Mary, In
tcrmarrlcu with Adam Bre ish, residing at ltlng
town, Schuylkill county, Pa.; Elizabeth, Inter
married with John slngerly, Z'on's Grovo,
jchurlklll county, Pa.; Peter Swank, Locust
township, guardian ad litem ot Ida, Emma,
Mary :., Clara and Morris lthoads,mlnors, lineal
descendants ot Daniel Itarlg, deceased, and to
all other persons interested, greeting:
You and each ot you are hereby cited to bo
and appear before tho Judges ot our Orphans'
court, to be held at Bloomsburg, on tho fourth
Monday of September next, then and there to ac
cept or refuse to take tho real estato ot said Dan'l
Harlg, deceased, at the appraised valuation put
upon It by tho Inquest, duly awarded by the said
Court, and returned by the Sheriff , or I how causo
why it shall not bo sold. And hereof fall not.
Witness the Honorable William Elwell.Presldent
of our said court, at Bloomsburg, tho !5th day of
May, A. D., 1SS7. WM. H. 8NYDEH,
itfaug. clerk of o. C
Estate of Lyata r.obbins, late of Ftshtnacretk
Letters of administration on the said estatohovlng
been granted to tno undersigned admlnlstrator.au
persons Indebted to said e3tato are hereby rotiaed
to pay the same, and those having claims against.
ELI BOBBINS, Adm'r,
liunyan P. o., Pa.
KSTATB OP J0.IN SriIINOBR, DRO'D.
Tho undersigned, an Auditor appointed by tho
Orphans' court ot Columbia county. Pa., to mako
distribution ot balance tn handset I"ctcrS. Brug
ler, ndmlnhtrator, c. t. a., of said deo'd, will sit
ber 18, is8T, at 10 o'clock a. m., when and where
all parties having claims against said estato must
appear and prove tho same, or bo forever do
barred from coming in on said fund.
ai9 KOUEKT H. LITTLE, Auditor.
istatk op isaao crcvklino, pec'd.
Theunders'gned Auditor, appointed by tho Or
phans' court of Columbia county, Pa., to distrib
ute the balanco In tho hands ot C. M. Crevellng,
executor, ns per account mod. will attend to tho
duties of his appointment at his otllco In Blooms
burg, W ednesday, September 14. 18S7, at 10 o'clock
a. m.. When nnd where nil nnrtlea hnvlnrr .1.1m.
against said estate must appear and prove tho
same, or bo forever debarred from coming In on
said fund. augl L. E. WALLER Auditor.
KSTATB OP THOS. CBKVKI.IKO, JR. DECEASED.
Tlio undcrslgneJ, an Auditor appointed by tho
Orphans' court of Columbia county, to make distri
bution ot the balanco In the hands of Samuel Noy
hard, adm'r, aa per account filed, will attend to
tho duties ot his appointment at his omce In
uiuumsuurg, uu eaneuiay, Nepicmuer 81, 1SS7, at
" o'clock a. m., whentnd where all parties having
claims against said estato must appear and prove
tho same, or be forever debarred from coming In
on said fund. il V. WHITE,
TV, a fn11n0ln 1ITI.1 ........ , ...
iu. iuiiu.iuk UIUUWB flljurmunmoniU Will DO
presented to tho Orphans' court of Columbia
county, on tho fourth Monday of September, A. D.
Iss7, and confirmed nisi, and unless exceptions are
filed within four days thcreafter.wlll bo contlnned
ileuben Bogart, Est, Hemlock. Fersonalty.MOO.
IMnldl BOttinan. Est.. Hlnnmahnn. ftorennaltv
Anton behwnitz, Est. Hemlock. rersonalty.WOO.
EE?.erlcK. nerr Khl- J'adtsqn. Personalty, Vioo.
Wl Ham Wuitcnlgut, ut,, Fishingcreek. lor
Samuel Beck, Est., Miniln. Personally, 1300.
jjId lowenbcrg, Esu, Bloomsburg. Personalty,
James Everett,- Est,, Greenwood. Personalty,
Noah Arndt. Eat , Montour, rersonalty, tl2i 81.
Healty, $17T.io. Total, noo.
.WIS? Wertman. Est., Montour. Personalty,
J143 70. Healty, iim sa Total, taoo.
imam jiiensinger, Est., iieaver. rersonalty,
114.75. ltealty. tJs5.75. Total, f3M.
Ihos. Polk, Est,, Madison. Healty, gnu,
! , JM- " hnydbk, Clerk of o. a
Clerk's offlco, Bloomsburg, Pa., Sep. , 18J7.
A''8 of S. A. Cawtl, Deceases.
Letters testamentary on tno said estate having
been granted to the undersigned Executor, all
persona Indebted to said estate are hereby notified
to pay the samo, and thoto having claims against
sold estate will present tho same for settlement
-u i;. tAbrtt.i.u Eiocutor,
saugct," Bloomsbuig, Pa.
Wc want a fow Hyc men to
tako orders for a full lino of
choice nursery stock. Our stock
is all selected and guaranteed
first-class. Vo furnish a hand-
somo Outfit Free, also fruit
Samples in Season. A Worker
never fails with us. Don't de
lay but write at ouco for terms,
EDW. 0. GRAHAM,
wpB-iot, Rochester, N, Y.
a mendment to the conbtitu.
t TION nmnoml In llinrattzens of this Com
monwcallh for their approva I or rejection by tho
Ocnoral Assembly of tho Commonwealth ot Ponn.
sylvnnla. Published by order of the secretary of
tho commonwealth, In pursuanooot Artlclo XVIII
ot tho constitution, ,
Joint resolution proposing an amendment to tho
constitution ot tho commonwealth:
motion 1, lie It refxeeii on the SrnflH am
Uoutte of nefirttentaUeen of the Commonwealth of
J'ennmlmttln In ttenernl Ateinblunift. Tint tho
following Is prop fed as an amendment of tho
constitution of t ho commonwealth of Pennsylva
nia In seconlaneo w th tho provisions oi tno
eighteenth artlclo thrruof:
AMKNl'IIKN i . ,
Mrlko out from section one, ot artlclo eight, tho
four qualifications for voters which reailsssfol
lown: "It twenty.two years of ago orupwardMio shall
havo raid, within two yearn, n stato or county
tax, which shall have been assessed nt least two
months, and paid at least Ono month before tlio
election," bo that tho section which reads as fol
lows: "Every male citizen, twrnty-ono years of ago,
poewing tho following qualifications, shall bo
entitled to voto nt all elections!
First. I le shall have been n citizen of tho united
States nt least ono month.
second. Iloshnll havo resided In tho state one
vear for if. havlnff nrevlmislv been a nuallfled
elector or native born citizen of the state, ho shall
havo removed thereform nnd returned, then six
monlhB) Immediately preceding thoeleclton.
Third, lie fhall have resided in tho election
dlst rlct where ho sh..ll offer to voto at least two
month Immediately preceding tho election.
Fojrth. If twenty-two yea of age or t'p
wnrds, ho shall I-avo patd, within two years a
Btato or county tax,whlch shall havo been nssossed
at least two months, nnd paid nt least ono month
before tho election, shall bo amended, bo as to
read as follows:
Every male citizen twenty-one years ot age,
possessing tlio following qualifications, shall bo
entitled to vote at tho polling place of tho election
dlst t of which ho shall at tho tlmo bo a resident
and not elewhere:
First He shall havo been a citizen of tho United
states at least inirt aavg.
second. He shall havo resided In tho state ono
year (or If, having previously been a qualified
elector or nattvo born iltlzcn of tho state, he shall
have removed therefrom and returned, then six
months) Immo'lately preceding tho election.
Third. Ho shall have resided In tho election dis
trict where r e shall offer to voto ot least thirty
days Immediately preceding tho election. Tlio
legislature, nt the fesslon tnereof next niter tho
adoption of this noetlon, shall and from tlmo to
time thereafter may.enact laws to propcly enforco
Fourth. Every mnlo citizen ot the ago ot twen-ty-ono
yonrs, who shall havo been a citizen for
thirty days ntd an Inhabitant ot this state tor one
yenr next preceding nn election, except nt munici
pal elections, and for tho last thirty davs a resi
dent ot tho election district In which ho may offer
his vote, shall bo entitled to voto at such election
In the election district of which ho shall at tho
time bo a resident nnd not elsewhere for all officers
that uow aro or bcrentler may bo elected by tho
people: I'roetaed, That In tlmo of war no elector
In tho actual military servlco ot tho Stato or ot
the Unlteo states, In the army or navy thereof,
shall bo deprived of his voto by reason of bis ab
se ico from such election district and the legisla
ture shall have power to provide tho manner In
which and tho tlmo and placo at which Ruch ab
sent electors may vote, and for tho return and
canvas of their votes In tho election district In
which they respectively reside.
Fifth. For the purpose ot votlng.no person shall
bo deemed to huve gained or lost a residence by
reason of his prcsenco or absenco while employed
In the servlco ot tho United states or the State,
nor whilo engaged In the navigation of tho wators
of the state nor of the high seas, nor whilo a stu
dent of any college or seminary ot learning, nor
whilo kept at any almshouse or public lnai Itutlon,
except the Inmates ot any homo for disabled nnd
Indigent soldiers and sailors, who, for tho purposo
ot voting, shall bo deemed to resWo In tho election
district where paid home Is located. Laws shall
bo made for ascertaining, by proper proofs, tho
citizens who shall be entitled to the right ot suff
rage hereby established.
A truo copy of tho Joint resolution.
CHAHLES W. STONE.
Secretary ot the commonwealth.
AMENDMENT TO THE CONaTITU
TION proposed to the citizens of this Com
monweallhfor their approval or rejection by the
General Assembly of the commonwealth of Penn
sylvania. I'ubllshed by order of the Secretary of
tho Commonwealth, in pursuance ot Artlclo XV11I
ot the Constitution
Joint resolution proposing nn amendment to tho
constitution of this Commonwealth:
ssction l. Be it resolved by tho Senate and
Houso ot lieprcsentatlves of tho commonwealth
ot l"ennsylvanla In General Assembly met That
tho following amendment Is proposed to Constltu
Hon of tho Commonwealth ot Pennsylvania, In
nccordnnco with tho Eighteenth Artlclo thereof:
There shall bo an additional artlclo to said Con
stitution to be designated ns Arttnln XIX. ns fnl.
.uuiuiuiuiwi.uiv, DUIl, UI nCl')JIUK 1VI D.IO Ul lit-
toxlcatlng liquor to bo used aa a beverage. Is
jicieuy piumuiu-u, mm nay vioiauon oi ima
prohibition shall bo a misdemeanor, nunlshablo n3
shall bo provided bv law.
j uu manufacture, sale, or Keeping for saio oi in
toxicating liquor for other purposes than as a bev
el, go may bo allowou In such manner only aa may
bo pretcribed by law, Tho General Assembly shall,
at the tlrst session succeeding the adoption ot this
nrtlclo ot the constitution, enact laws with ade
quate penalties for Its enforcement
A truo copy ot tho Joint Itesolutlon.
CHAHLES W. STONE,
saugsms. secretary ot tho commonwealth.
Came to tho house of John Monroe. South crm-
ynghnm, August '8. 18S7, a dark brown cow, largo
horns, white star on forehead, whlto spots on hip.
owner can have same, by proving property and
paying damages, nnd fortius notice, otherwise
it wlube disposed ot according to law.
sops.St Ashland, Schuylkill Co., Pa.
came to tho premises of the undersigned, In
Greenwood township, a red heifer about a year
old. Tho owner can have tho same bv Drotintr
property, paying my coats for keeping same, and
for this advertisement It not taken up within CO
days, tho estray wUl bo disposed of according to
4taug20 Hohrsburg, Pa.
Wheat per bushel 80
Rye " " flfl
Corn " " .... 00 05
Oats " " 2
Flour " bbl 4.10 to 0
Uutter 24 a
Eggs 10 18
unms 12 ig
Dried Apples 03 on
Side 07 10
Shou'dcr 09 12
Chickens 10 12
Lard per lb 08 10
Vinegar per gal 20 80
unioQS per uusuei GO 75
Veal skins 07
Wool per lb sk
Hides 5 to 7
Coal on Wiurf.
No 6 i$2.00i Nos 2. 3, & Lump $3.25
No. 5 $3.00 bltuminus $3.25
neportea by a. S. Palmer, Wholesale Commission
New York, Sept. C, 1887.
Tho week opens with a holiday, which
is a discouraging start on tho week's busi.
nes9, ns It gives us double receipts to
handle to-morrow nnd the shippers of per.
ishablo produce must therolore sutler to
more or less extent, aa thev hnvn thrm,r.i.
out tho summer from tho effects of tho
Saturday halt holiday. Tho weather is
most favorable now, being cool and dear,
nnd as our citizens nro dally returning
homo from the country, wo havo every
reason to expect au increased demand for
fruits of all kinds, as well as produce
Iiartlelt pears continuo in heavy receipt
nnd selling choico stock from $3 to 3 50
per bbl, other varieties 175 to 2 25 ac
cording to quality. Urapca a'so la very
liberal supply and prices show a falling oil!
selling choice Del. from 0 to 8c per lb.,
Concords 3 to 4cj Martha 4 to Oc and in.
tcrior varitiis2to 8c. l'caches continuo
in good demand, especially choico yellow
truit, which Is selling nt from 1 25 to 1 50
per basket; red nnd white 81 to 1 25 nnd
medium grades 60 to 75c. Tlums contlnu o
to do well audellng to-day choico green
gago from $5 to $0 per bbl. l'urplo gaeo
3 60 to $lj Lombard $3 to 3 60; crates 76o
to 1 60 according to slzo and quality.
Watermelons still in abundance and prices
lower, aud selling choico stock from $8 to
$12 per 100. Strictly fresh eggs in good
demand nnd near by stock selling from 18
to 10c; fancy whlto leghorns 20 to 25c.
Choico country dressed veals 0 to 11c; fair
to good 0 to Oc. Livo spring lambs 0 to 7c.
lb. Live spring chickens selling at 12o
and fowls 10 to 11c. Dressed poultry sell,
lug from 10 to 18o for large spring chick,
cus; fowl. 11 to 12c. Ducks 60 to 70o psr
pr., geeso 125. Game, woodcock, 125
perpr. Orouso77c, prlmo partrldgo $1
to 1 25 per pr. Market on butter shows
no material change and prices remain
about the same; fancy creamery 24 to 25c;
select dairy, tubs and palls, 23 lo24c; good
21 to 22c; Inferior grades J5 to 17c. Cheese,
fancy, 12:; prime lOJtolllc; skims 0 to Oc.
Owing to heavier receipts of potatoes
prices aro somewhat easier, aud choice
stock from Jirsey, and L. 1. bringing $2
per bbl. Bwcel potatoes, however continue
iirm and selling nil choico grades at from
2 75 lo $3 per bol. Choico red onions $2
to 2 25: yellow 2 CO. Egg plant 81 to 1 60
per bbl. Choico cabbage In light supply
and selling Long Island from $G to $7 per
100. Corn 1 to 1 60 per 00. I'lckles $1
to 1 60 per 1 ,000, Tomatoes 40 to 60o per
bushel. Lima bonus 1 50 lo 1 75 per bag,
Choice marrow beans 2 25. Medium Si).
While kidney 1 00 to 2: red 1 00. I'es,
choico S.2. New lots of evaporated frulu
uow coming In and evaporated laspbcrrlcg
worth 25c l'caches, cvap,, peeled, 25c.
lllackbmlts 8 to 8Jc. ChcnUs 18 to 20c.
Hay 05 to 00c, according to quality, Rye
straw 05 to 70c. -
"Wo nro offering great inducements to personBldcairing
purchaso Pianos, Organs and Sowing Machines.
Among tho Pianos we handle aro the IYEBS Se POND,
C. C. B BIGGS, BA US Sf CO., SGEQMA GKER Gold
f7.r? Clriovn. Wn.nnss ThfiRft Pianos nro Jill firaf-nlntt
KJll VlViS KVIVW S VI IV
and fully warranted for five years.
Our leading Organs are the celebrated ESTEY. MILL
ER, UNITED STATES and other makes.
Our leading Sewing Machines are the celebrated WHITE.
NE W DA VIS, NE W DOMESTIC, NE W HOME,
HOUSEHOLD, ROYAL ST. JOHN and STAND
ARD ROTARY Sewing Machine, the finest and best
Rotary Sewing Machine in tho world.
Before purchasing write for Catalogues to J. SALTZER'S
PAT.AHF, OF MTTSTHANT) CffiTCAT fiTCWTNft M A DRTTJ"!?.
DEPOT, Main St., Bloomsburg,
H. V. WHITE & CO.
Offer special inducements to' farmers for tho next six weeks on tho following
Wo keep constantly in stock at our GRAIN HOUSE, and will deliver frco
of chargo to any station on tho D. L. & W. or 13. & S. railroads, the celebrated
"Economy Bono" and "Good Crop" brands, both high grado, standard goods,
mado from puro materials, frco from sour acids and heavy worthless fillers, and
guaranteed as good as the best.
Wo havo tho agency for tho Traction, Portablo and Stationary Engines,
Threshers, completo with lover power, in six sizes; Clover Hullers, Saw Mills;
Grain Drills and Corn Shelters. All standard goods, just what farmers will
need very soon. Sprout's
Wmmh Mmkw f3kif I
Just what every farmer needs. Can attach to any horse-power. Runs easy.
Grinds well. 1 '
ROAD Alii FARM WACO! !
Wo havo in stock, ready for inspection, the O'Brien Wagons, in any sizo
desired, for farm or road, and invito tho publio to call and seo them.
OUR STOCK !
In addition to tho abovo wo keep'a full lino of Flour.'Bran, Middlings, Choir,
and I ecd at lowest market prices. "
Salt for land and dairy use. Special prices to dealers on job lots.
Clover, Timothy and fancy grass seeds. Coal in all sizes. Delivered to any
part of town. It will pay School Directors to buy Coal from us for their dis
tricts and themselycs.
All kinds of Grain taken at highest market prices for cash, or in oxchanL'o
at any time. Soliciting a fair sharo of trade, wo remain, Very truly,
r. . rn H. V. WHITE & CO.,
August 5. Bloomsfourir. Pa.
Orders May fre Left With Altortson & Hulme, Benton, Pa.
Ill buying Boots, Shoes, Slip
pers, or any othtfr kind of foot
wear, peoplo will go where thoy
can find the largest assortment
to select from, and where they
can got tho best goods for tho
least money. Such advantages
can bo found at the best in an
establishment that deals exclu
sively in foot wear. Almost ev
ery general store keeps a few
boxes of boots and shoes, but at
Dentler's shoo store the stock
consists entirely of this line of
goods. Boots, Shoes, Slippers,
Pumps, Rubbers, Sandals, Gai
ters, &c, for Men, Women and
Children, occupy shelf after
shelf, and even tho floor of tho
largo room is stocked with boxes.
Hero tho customer can find all
styles, all sizes, all prices, from
tho heaviest cow hide, to the
finest kid, with prices as low as
cut bo found anywhero for tho
same class of goods. We aro
provided with implements for
removing pegs, and for resetting
buttons, go that our goods aro
mado comfortable, and mado to
fit any foot.
Among tho special lines aro
tho W. L. Douglas Shoo for gen
tlemen. Curtis & Whfiolor'H T,n-
dioa' Fine Shoes, tho celebrated
lowanuu boot, ior men and boys.
No trouble to show goods.
F. D. Dentler,
" BLOOMSBURG, PA.
Estate of Sarah Uoalt, late of Beaver TmonililD
Utters testamentary oa tho saM estato laavlnir
neriVKAi?. Ue. uodenilgDUeieoutore. aft
wrujns ludebtea to said estate ara hereby not Qtd
said estate present tuo 8amo tQ nuiuiv
r. ii. KiHiiEit,
J. R. SMITH & CO.
Dythe following well known makers:
Hallet & Davis.
Can also furnish any of tho
cheaper makes at manufacturers
prices. Do not buy a piano be
fore getting our prices.
Catalogue and Price Lists
th?10 unilerslSnM' ocr(!rB ir sale, on cosy tents
Planing Mill, Dry Dock,
Lumber Sheds, Etc.,
(with excellent wharfage racllltlesjlocated on tlia
hanks of the Pennsylvania canal, within ono
nuartcr of a mile ot tUa l. L. & w. Depot at Beach
ZOOS?: fJJf5"18 county, l'a. A good ferry alo
connects this placo with the country on the op-
cWryTor&t4"6 Ant' Wa'
moulding ana matching machine, turning lathe,
vertical, bracket ana circular saws, allln good
working order. Unas a
10-Horss Power Watsr Wheel,
?Sle,r a 8tf00t 1,0IUJ- Tho mill Is 3S x w foet with
two large lumber Bheds, one I x W feet and
bneman!113 18 B opohlns for an energetto
For further particulars apply to
. . ' BAHAII llRAPKIt,
Eiecutrlx of tho Est. ot Dan'l IJrader, DocM.
augneow4t. unci! IUvik, J
S WAHT1IM0RE 0 0LLEGE
r. ... swArnliuoitK, fa.,
"Pons Oth month, mh. Thirty mlnutea froni
lirpad st, Rtatlon.I'hlladelpuln. Under the caro of
friends, but all othora admitted, Full collegj
couroo tor both toxos; Classical, Bclentlflo and
Liusrary. AlaoaAlanualTralnlng and a lwpara.
tory school. Healthful location, large grounJ
new and extensive buildings and apparatus, i or
fratv'.0KV?.atul ""l particulars, address KDVVAW
U, MAQILL, LU I)., Vres't. uiaya.l6t-sept-M-