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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. I
8. S. IlWlll, 1 will...
FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1883.
Tho ipocoh of lngalU abusing McClel
lan and Hanoook as allies of tho confed
eracy and tho act of Gen. Adam Badcau
in suing Mrs. Grant for $32,000 on tho
claim that ho wrote Grant' book,
which everybody knows Is a lie, aro
two of the meanest acts that have been
perpetrated in the tatter day history of
tho world. General Grant raised
Badcau from obscurity and tnado as
much of a man out of him as thero was
capacity for. which in the llcht of his
late act seems to hnvo been somewhat
limited. Badeau would novor have
been beard of, if it hadn't been for
Grant, and it was only through his con
nection militarily with tho dead com
mander that he has thus lone survived
extinguishment, Both ho and Ingalls
may now be oxpected to retire to the
shades of oblivion forever. Ex..
Tho Philadelphia Times, commenting
on tho respite of Johnson, convicted of
tbe Buai-pli'sa Aiurder, says with muon
force "With Johnson respited after
two years of fruitless and generally
discreditable effort to throw doubts
upon his Riiilt; with a murderer in
Juniata shielded from death who was
convicted by every tribunal known to
the law of poisoning his own wife, and
with a Clarion murderer, who has been
convicted by all the Courts of aiding
and abetting a faithless wife to murder
her husband, rescued from justice by
the Governor, it would bo a burlesque
upon both law and justice to execute
nan, oi una ciiy, wuuee unutu uuuuiwh
when ho committed tho crime, wa
Droved bv his evidently determined
purposo to take his own life and die
witfi his victim. Tho b st and speediest
way to end disrespect for the law, savt'
by its honest enfoictment, is to roaks
disrespect for tho law universal,
and Governor Beaver would much
better serve the administration of juslio
by suspending all death penalties during
the remainder of bis term, than by
protecting the most guilty and ex
ecuting half or whole lunatics like
from oar Regular Correspondent.)
Washington, March 2C, 1888,
Tho sudden and unexpected death
of Chief Justice Waite, of tho Unlti'd
Stales Supreme Court.un Friday moru
ing, at his residence in this city, was
like a thunderbolt irom a cloudless
sky. Everybody was shocked. Few
people knew tuat he was sick, be hav
ing on Monday presided ovr thu sc
sion of the court which made som
important decisions, including the one
in favor of tbe ! li Telephone Jom,
nanv. Justice Waite was very popu
lar in this citv. H was loved and
revered by every one with whom ht-
came in contact and his loss will be
deeply felt by a large circle of friend.
Justice Waite was an hontat, pairs
taking, upright officer, and tho seven' h
man who has held that dUiingnisliul
place. He was appointed Uhiei Jus
tice from Ohio in 1874, by President
Gnnt, and was the successor of Sal
mon P. Chase. Tbe funeral services
will be held on Wednesday in the Hall
of the House of Representa'ives, and
the remains will be taken to Toledo for
interment. Mrs. Waite, ho was vis
itinc California at the time of the Jus
tices death, is on her way to Toledo,
and is expeoted to reach thero about
the time her husband's remains arrive
The political importance of this
death can hardly be over estimated.
If the proper appointment shall be
made to the vacanoy, it will have great
ettect towards bringing tbe court back
to the strict construction of tho consti
tution for which it was noted previous
to the lato war. Tbis appointment,
owing to the even manner in wbicb
the opinions of the eight justices are
now balanced, places more power aa
well as a larger responsibility on Jslr.
Cleveland, thao has probably over be-
r -n - i - '
lore luuuu on u jrretjiuciii.
Still tbe country need havo no fears,
He will appoint tbe right man
Am one democrats here it is nrettv pen
erally Relieved that tbe appointment
will go either to spoaker Carlisle, or
Postmaster-General Dickinson, al
though quite a number of other cm
tlemen are favorably mentioned. But
everybody may be sure tho President
will take bis own time to nil this nn
portant position, after carefully con
siderins tho claims of all.
Tbe Houeo has passed a bill to pre
vent tbo products of convict labor
from being furnished to or for the use
of any department of the government,
and from being used In public bund
ings or other public works, and to pre
vent the employment of alien labor on
public buildings and works and in tbe
Civil Service Commissioner Oberly,
of Illinois, is being favorably men
tioned for the Vice Presidential nomi
nation. Cleveland and Oberly, does
not sound so bad.
Chairman Barnum, of tho National
Democratic Committee has been here
for several days. He says tho out look
is all that could be asked.
Tbo Senate has passed the bill redu
cing the postago on Becds, bulbs,plauts,
shrubs, &o., to ioor cents a pound.
The House Committee on Revision
of tho laws bave reported favorably
tbo joint resolution proposintr an
amendment to tbe constitution for tbe
election of United States Senators by
the direct vote ot the people.
Senator Saul-bury, of Delaware,
made a strong speech in the Senate oi
Thursday in cupport.of the Presidents
message. He said : "Tbo democratic
party is net in favor of free trade, but
u is earnestly in favor of reducing tar
iff raes so that no greater ttxation
would bo imposed on tbe roople than
was uecesary to meet tbe lust ao
rnands of the government." lie furtb
cr stated that bo waa in favor of re
taining tbe taxes on beer, wbisky and
tobacco, in order to relieve from taxa
tion everything essential to tbe com
fort and welfare of the people.
The report sent out from tbis city
that tho committee haying charge ol
, the matter had seouicd money enough
to purchase a residence tor tbe wldo
of Gen. Hancock, waB a mistake. The
committee has made a report through
its chairman. Mr, Slilson Hutcbins,
which shows that they aro still in need
of subscriptions to the fund. It is
extremely probable that this statement
will bring in contributions enovgb to
accomplish this very laudable nurpoBe,
Tbe International Count 11 ot Wom
en held their opening session yesterday
afternoon. Many dUttniiuMitd worn-
en fr in all parts .of tho country are In
attendance. I no council win last
Death of Juttloe Vfnxie-
THE UNITED STATES SUPREME
WITHOUT A Cll!l:l.
Cbief-Jtiatico Waite. of tho United
States Supremo Court, dioJ at his resi
dence in Washington at 0.10 o'clock
last Friday morning Thu Chief Jus
tice was in his usual Health, though
oxhaustcd by his recent severe labors,
until the Saturday night ptovlous when
pti returning from Senator Hearst's,
whero, with bis daughter, ho attended
a reception to tbo authors, bo complain
ed of a chill. This feeling passed off
iurlntr tho nlcbt. hut he remained in
bed throughout Sunday and until it
was tlmo for him to go to tho court on
Monday. Ho was waktful Monday
night, and on Tuesday morning symp
toms of auute bronchitis appeared, ao
oorapanlcd by insomnia nud great rest
lessness. His condition Tuesday was not
alarming, but on Wednesday circum
scribed pneumonia showod itself. Dur
ing Thursday night bo was comfort
able, and no particular alarm was felt,
but at C o'clock Friday morning failure
of tho heart's action was observed, and
at 6 10 bo passed away. His daughter
Miss Marv F. Waite, and his son, Mr.
C. Waite, Vice-President of tho
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton
Railroad, were with him urbon he died.
Drs. Caroline B. Winstow and Frank
Gardner were in attendance. Mis.
Waite loft Washington about a week
beforo his death for California.
Chief Justice Wake's death has oast
deep gloom over both bouses of con-
ress. as well as all over Washington.
Its announcement was so unexpected
that at first tho sad tiding were not
believed, but when confirmation of the
rst reports oame sympathy and rogret
were outspoken everywhere. In the
oapitol, before the hour f r congress to
assemble groups of senators and rep
resentatives collected and discussed
tbe dead man's virtues and the effect
of his death. The supreme court room
was crowded at 12 o'clock, tho hour
for tbo judges to assemble. Among
those who were inside the railing were
Attorney General Garlaud, Ben Butler,
Solicitor General Jeuks, and General
John B. Henderson, ot Missouri. All
the justices wero in their seats, and
plainly muni tested the griet which they
elt at tho loss of their late associate.
As soon a-i court waa opened Justice
Miller betray iiu much agitation, form
ally announced tbo death ol the chief
justice, and deolared the court adjourn
ed nntil a week from next Monday.
In the senate, when the chaplain rose
to pray there were few abi-ent senators.
The chaplain referred leehngly to the
nation's loss and prayed for tho ber ft
lamily. After the reading of tbe
journal Presiding Officer Ingalls hand
ed to tho clerk to read n commuutca
tion on black bordered paper from jus
tice Miller. It merely announced the
chief justice's death at 0 30 o'clook
Friday morning. Then Senator Ed
mnnds arose, and alluding in torms of
respect to the chief justice, moved that
a committee of five senators be appoint
ed by the chair to lake appropriate
action on tbe part of the senate. Mr.
Edmunds then moved th it as a further
mark f respect the senate adjourned
until Monday, Uotn. motions were
earned without further di-cui-sion. In
the house a similar communication was
read from Justio- Miller, and on
motion of Representative Taylor, of
Ohio, the house adjourned until the
2 -1th mat A committee f nino was
also appointed to act with the Benale
committee m taking appropriated
action in regard to the chief justice's
neaih. ibis is tbe brst instance in tbe
ountry'it history when a chief justice
has died during thesessinn of cojigre-s.
Justices Taney and Ckasu both died
during tbe recess.
Another Theatre Fire.
TWO PHILADELPHIA AMUSEMENT IlOUbES
The Central Theatre, on Walnut
street, between Eighth nod Ninth
streets, Philadelphia, was totally des
troyed by hre Saturday morning. The
bro broko out about 8 o clock and burn
ed fiercely for over an hour, but the
bremcn conbned the tlames to the
theatre building. Tho rear wall oi tbe
building, fell on the theatre Comique,
immediately in the rear of tho Central
and fronting on Hansom street, com
pletely demolishing that structure.
roulson s hotel and restaurant, No.
813 Walnut street, adjoining tbe Cen-
rai theatre on tbo west was Hooded
with water, as were also several stores.
saloons and restaurants, fronting on
Eighth street between Walnut and
Sansom. The theatre building was
valued at $40,000 ; on which thoro was
an insurance of 935,000. Altogether,
Mr. Gilmore, the lessee of the theatre
places tho amount of damages from the
destiuotion of tho theatre at $30,000.
I his includes tbe loss of tbe spectaou
lar scenery in tho ''Devil's Auotion"
and the "Twelve Temptation-," which
were owned bv him. Insurance. K40..
000. Robert Manchester and his com-
pany lose anout z,uw. i no theatre
comique was useu as a variety nouse
and n-n a nnf ti ! li miinli uitn sF
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me nurnea ventral tneatre eems to be
an ill fated spot for theatre buildings,
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i muviuu uccii uemruycu uy uiu iwicb.
In 1807, when it wa known as the
American theatre, it was burned to the '
ground. 1 ho nudienco escaped with
out Iniury, but three persons wore
crushed to death by the falling walls.
A Man With Many Wives-
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vinuinnAu, iiiurun zo opeoiaia say
that yesterday at Findlay, Ohio,
Hudson Chapin was arraigned on a
charge of bigamy and pleaded guilty.
a 1 .!!.. : 1 1 I - . 1
.BHui;iii Bi.u jury wm nu iiupauueieu
to ind a bill ngainst bim so tha"t his
case can be disposed Of Ot this
terra of court, following is a list
ui mo buiiicu wuuui, nuuer vuriuut)
aliases. Chapin is charged with
marrying: Miss Cora Corson, Green-1
ville, Ind.i Miss Nellie Webster, Hying
in a small village in Southern Illinois;
Miss Clara Joues, Fnsno, California;
Miss Carrie E. Blank, 0age, Illinois;
Mrs. Snell, Bowling Green, Kentucky;
Mrs. Flora Dregbergor, Bowling Green,
Ohio; in addition be married a wealthy I
woman of Columbus. O., and a planter a
window living in Baton Rougo. La. I
From mo.U of theo women he obtained
sums of money ranging from $105 to
Frlnoe William Also III.
Berlin, March 24. A medical con
sultation has been held regarding tbe
condition of Prince William, who is
suffering from otitis media purulenta,
a disorder not dangerous in itself, bnl
which muy develop into a fatal malady,
and in all cases a symptom of general
ill-bcaltb, It was this same disease
which first rendered 'ho lato King
Fiodorick William IV. of Pruttnia,
insane, and finally cauxed his death.
He has been advised, if ine work of
tho regency permits, to take a tour in
tht spring to Scotland or Norway. j
rut city astounded nr kvidknceop
PROMINENT POLITICIANS DISHONESTY.
Soranton. Maroh 24 Tho tnvos- I
ligation of tho boodlo cases of tho
Twelfth Ward Election Board, made
public tbis aftornoon by tho grand jury,
has filled tho citv with sensation, as I
somo prominent politicians aro mixed
up in it and havo been indicted, Truo
bills for bribery and conspiracy were
fonnd against thorn.
In tho February elections last year
frauds of a most glaring nature wero
discovered in tho election returns of tho
wards and the ofilcom of the board, from
judges of elections down to a clerk,
wero arestcd, They were all convicted
and sentenced to three months imprison
ment and a heavy fine, for which in
default of payment, they suffered ad
ditional imprisonment, being released
but a few weeks ago. While in prison,
one of tho men gavo information that
led to th investigation by tho Grand
Jury and which implicated Republicans
Tbo board, according to evidence
wbiob thoy furnished the grand jury,
was to receive $1000 for fixing up the
vote go as to deteit the Democratic
candidates for city controller and trons
er. Tho board accepted tho contra, a
and made such a return as astounded
tho whole city. They voted men who
had been dead for yearB, men who hud
been long removed from tho city, men
who did not reside in the ward, in Ml
recording votes of near 200 pcrso is
wbo wero disqualified. However,
when tho trouble over tho returns arose
the Republicans who had been inter
ested in the project pot the zeal of
silence upon the lips of thu implicated
board by paying to them the sum of
money for which they wero made
responsible $400 and tho bnodlers
have given out no information that oan
directly implicato tho guilty Republi
On tho other hand the grand jury
was amply furnished with informati n
against the Democrats concerned, and
after a rigid investigation by that bod,
covering mere than two days, indict
ments were presented this afternoon
against P. F. Ryan, Thomas C. Melvin.
Frank J. Johnson, John J. O'Mallej
and Thomas H. Brown for bribery,
four counts eacb, and corspiraoy.
These men have in years past exerted
a powerful influence in the politics ol
certain wards of tho city. Thei
friends generally discredit the charge
made against them.
One Hundred Lives Lost
TEIIIUIII.E SCENES AT A BURNINQ TllEATRi:
Oporto, March 21. The Banque
Tno itre was destroyed in this city lust
night, and it is supposed that at leas
one hundred lives were lost. EigHy
bodies bave ho far been recovered. The
fire occurred during the performance o
a play, at which tbe banqueting scene
was being represented on the stage
The olty had progressed to tho last act
i . i ? , t ,
and luu lminensu uuuienue wasausuruun
in the jM-rtVrmai.ee when a cry of tin
was htard and 'lames and smoke wort
seen bursting from thu Btage. An
accident had occurcd to the gas and tin
scenery had ignited and flashed u
insinntly. The flames spread rapirih
io the auditorium and a terrible panic
There was a terrific struggle at tht
doo s when the spectators tried to
escape. Large numbers were stiff ocai ed
nd trampled upon. Many, on reaching
tbe street, were so seriously injured
that they vomited blood. Nearly aV
the victims were spectator'. The actor
escaped in their th atrical costumes.
Manv in tbe theatre, finding themselves
unable to reach tbo doors, jumped from
the windows, oomo corpses were
found in tbo stage boxes. The gas
was extinguished ahoitly after tho fire
broke out, thus adding to the confusion.
Most of those burned wero in the
second and third tier boxes aud tho
A large forco of workmen is to-day
exploring tho ruins of tbe burned
theatre. The charred remains of many
persons have been found. Two oodies
weio disccvered locked in a close
He Will Make It Hot for Them.
It hardly seems possible that a sane
man can be taken and locked up in at
asylum for the insane for two years and
all trace ot bim bo utterly lost, liut
such is the story that crimes from Min
neapolis as to tbo fate of one Sylvester
S. Hall, who shortly after his marriage
was arrested by a St. Paul policeman
in mistake for ono Jones, an escaped
lunatic. He was put in tbe asylum
and kept there lor two years attei
having been identified as Jones bv
tbreo men in tbo probate court. On
the fourth of tho present month ol
Month he was pronounced of eonnd
mind by expert examiners and at one
released. He now proposes to mak
it hot for the Su Paul authorities an
, ho he ought. Ho was incarcerated it
lht, asvlu-ra in AuguBt
weeks after bis maniace aud was not
seen nor beard ol again by anybod
nnti, hu nUuWt It thj9 sthiy ;e tru-(
u :u i ,i, mno, mt,i.i.
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HaB Thirty Nine Children.
Charles E. Hill, of Middlctown,
writes to tbo editor of tho New York
World describing tho lather of what
is inobably the most remarkablo family
on record. S.tvs be: "Thorn is n mnn
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hvinirin JSlchos. JS. Y who is tin.
. f uller of thin v nine, r.hilrirpn. Tin ih k
raan about sixtv four years of agej has
. . . . . -
on a larra, liiianctally is in moderate
circunistames. The most remarkable
f.iet U that the pbllilron arn nil livincr
He is now working for a man by the
name ot lic.odsu 1
Oarta Coaj h- Gold. nnrMM, Crona Atthmm, I
tk.lL. (Ukf rulivi ronjmmntit I
Efkom la 4TitrKl tat: of I
Ilia urutui Ur. Buii $M
Vouch Syrvp U "14 onlrinl
uklU tmtviHtrf, and bcr ouil
htrip Caul Jon- JjttHl, i) thai
ruv&mllv ttgrmture of jJt n
hull A. l Ueyrr . Co.. 8
!twp fitlUiDur, Mi., tCk
'Li It m
"Tbe Or,Ut Curt on Earth for Pain,"
Wilt relieve mora quickly than any
other known remsdy, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Durns,
bites. Backache, Wounds, Headache,
Toothache, Spralm, &e. Sold by all
urufnruu. v ric uo cent a uottle.
No Oetsatlon in Oasu&utloa.
IIuntinodon, Pa., Maroh 22. This
afternoon a freight train on the Penn
sylvania railroad was wreoked at Barro
oauscd by tho breaking of nn axle.
Fifteen coal and coko oars went derail
ed, and a portion of tho train dash d
into a pasHtngcr station, but fortunate
ly no ono was in the building at Uio
tlmo except tho telegraph oporator,and
he escaped with slight injuries. A
tramp who was stealing a rido on the
train was killed, and a brakeman from
Altoona who was making his third trip
had both legs cut off and will die.
Throe tramps wore also injuied, and
two unknown boys wero buried umb r
a lot of coko and supposed to havo
beon cither killed or smothered. Thoy
have not jet been taken out. Tbo sta
tion at Bar re was knocked into splint
ors. Tho injured and tho remains of
tho deceased tramp wore taken to Al
toona this evening.
Uraveniiurst, Unt., March 22. A
speciid tre going fOiilh am a ruow
plow com it north colli Jen a f w mil-a
south of th place to-day. Set en men
were killei' en. I hv Injured.
Candklatea named under this heading nro aurj-
Jea to the rules of tbo Democratic part) .
F It REPRESENTATIVE,
JAMES T. FOX,
of Beavei township.
O J. SC11LICIIEH,
of Beaver township.
GEN CM BLKC'KER.
The Importance of purifying the blood can
not be overestimated, for without pure blood
you cannot enjoy good health.
At this season nearly every ono needs a
good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich
the blood, and wo ask you to try Hood's
DarMillQf Sarsaparllla. It strengthens
r CCU Mai ami builds up the system,
creates an appetite, and tones the digestion,
while It eradicates disease. Tho peculiar
combination, proportion, and preparation
ot the vegetable remedies used give to
Hood's Sarsaparllla pecul- lcolf
lar curative powers. No 1 u HOC 1 1
other medicine has such a record of wonderful
cures. If you have made up your mind to
buy Hood's Sarsaparllla do not be Induced to
take any other Instead. It Is a Peculiar
Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence.
Hood's Sarsaparllla Is sold by all druggists.
Prepared by O. I. Hood St Co., Lowell, Man.
IOO Doses One' Dollar
She Tried and Knows.
A leading chemist of New York
says: " No plasters of such merit as
before been produced." They are
a novelty because they are not made
Imply to sell cheap, they are the
best that science, skill and money
can produce, aud will do what Is
claimed for them. For sprains,
aches, weakness, lameness, etc.,
they are unequaled.
tot Pulton Bt.,SandukT,O.,I'0T.lU.,67.
msiric. It ta tho bat I ever tried and I
hae used caftny kinds. Our druinrirt
Mid "planters are til about the aame"but
1 don-t tnuiK so now. I sprained mr arm
and shoulder In July, and it has been
auuul since, DUl it aoes not pain mo ai
now. Mrs. Willis Maqcu.
Kg- Bend 6 cents for the beautiful colored pic
ture, " Moorish Maiden."
THE A THL0PH0H0S CO. 113 Wall St. N. f.
novsisn. cac oeriis.
"get the Bestj
I Tot curative cower and effbetlronMa, ncal.
I lug qtutlltlM, and quickness of action, they :
stand without an eauiL SclenUfleailr pre-
I pared from approved vegetable agents, virtues
Iof Fresn Hops, uums. Balsams ana nemiocs:,
spread on white muslin They nromptly and
thoroughly subdue all pains ana aauos tost
torment the human body, vitalize worn-out
mnaoles and strengthen weak parts. Always
ready for instant applioation. Clean, fragrant
and never-tailing. Hop Plasters sold by drug-
I gists and country stores, cts., o ror m.uu.
I AXalled for price try proprietors,
Ilea Plaster Company, Hasten, Mom. I
kWBstrart of imitation. See what youbuy.
I Look for hop-vine wroatn and signature of
I HOP PLA8TEH COMPANY, on back Of pls
I ter ana on circular around plaster.
READ THIS I
A $6 0A1SY WRINGER FREE 1
A WASHING MACHINE FREE t
Lsit yar we plaesd upon the market the f rstfr.
it Ubor-iarlng Invention of the 19th century.
It waa a self-operating Washing Machine. It
waihfi the clothing clean WITHOUT THE
WASUBOAKD OR ANT RUBBING WHATEVER.
T7e advettlseil a few hundred free to introduce
them, an 1 through these free samples sold orer
40.000. Oos lady in Chicago (Mrs. Ucler
toott.4XiiW.Uth St., was so well pleased with
her sample that she became an agent and sold
over 12U in four moot ha W, C llamlll. Box
86T, Toronto, Ootiordsred over 000 after test
lug his sample, we have roores of J ait such
example! as thli Xt rare "to cast jour bread
npon the wste rs." OUR ORE AT OFFER. This
Iaarwe intend to sell not less than ONE MIL
lONWAdllERH. and to do this we will tint
start off by OI VINO AWAY 100.1 samples. All we
nk of those who recelre one la that they will
gft It a good trial, and if satisfactory reeou
end It to their friend a Agents are colnlnc
money. We bare several who are making flu
Kr dsr and upward a Ptrat come, nrit served.'
If you want one from the lot we are going to
iiTe swsr. send your name end address stones.
Address. WOK ARCH LAUNDRY WORKS,
ill Wsbsah aTa,Ohlrago,UL (Mention this paper),
A Special Off art ,fS,S'S
Surname stones, we will make thlatpcialogri To
a Ant party In each SUttj and Territory who aniwera
our advcrtiMment we will tend as a free gift, one of the
calvUsted Daisv Wrings at, retallprke. Is eo tech.
This ufiptscedanted UTir li tnada lot the sole purpoM
of Inducing you ta send SVf ooa of oui Wauim AT
ONCB. It you know of any friend out of employmant.
won't you nkoSM call hit attention to this adtertite
nttnl fur It 1 Indeed "the chance ot a lifetime.
f IOO toward. iisx'.'i
acuta have bees copied by other concerns who art
ImIoub of our grat buccssl UIWARS OF ImITA
TlONl 1 We have been In the laundry tupply btulntM
fcr yean and wtU pay ioa rewasd fo any infrlnge
Mtat oa our Wsihar.
READ T HI ft I The New York MOuiitUa
VeTaMi iniVI t Work- asyt i "We ha
penotially etanlaad a great nanv Utters received
srota all secttontof tke country front tnoia who are using
thlt wonderful Washing Machine, and tl) unite to conv
eModlng It In the highttt terms.' We Uo have sun
liar referertca from tht "Farm nd FUeside," ths "Uoaa
and Farm.1 and xroreiof other papers.
IJOTICE IN DIVORCE,
aggie Magdeburg, by her next friend J, II. Yas
Une, vs Frederick Magdeburt.
fi (rf Court of Common rival of Cvlumlla rouii-
IV, .10. iv, imx. venn, ivnj,
To rtedcrtek Magdeburg, respondent above
Whereas, upon me petition or libel of the said
Maggie Mag eburg, above named, a subptjbua bo
rne awarnea or ine 1 oun 01 t-ommoD 1'ieaH or
old county, a subpoena issued out ot the said
court, commanding you. the sld Frederick iair.
deburg, tolx and appear at tbe beil regular
term ot said court, to chow cause, If any you have,
hy tho aald llbellant bould not be di vorcod from
the bonds 01 matrimony which she has contr icted
with you, agreeably to tho prujer ot the petition
er; and, whereas, upon the return of the aald
tubpeena, due proof was made thai yo 1 could not
be found or served with the same In the bailiwick
of the sherlil or said cou ity 1 whereupon an alias
subpeeua was awarded by said court, command
ing you to be and appear at the next regular term
ol said court, to a swer, 4a, as atoresald, to
which the same return was made by the ahertn.
You are therefore required to be and appear on
the nrst day of regular term of said court, to be
hi Id at Hloouiiburg, tec tbe said county, on the
llrst s'ondsy of ilay next, A, I)., lbs, lo answer
said complaint aforesaid.
DAilUEL CSJITH. Sheriff.
BUeruTs offlce, Uloonuburg, Pa., Mar, BO, inj.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Intending pnrchnsers of Vosn't
r.rrrtAtT ennnot tnko loo much ro
enutlon toprovcntBubstltutloii. Somo
druggists, trading on tlio popularity of
tho great Family Remedy, attempt to
palm off otlicr preparations, unscrii"
pulously asserting them to bo "tlio
samons" or "crpial to" Tond's Kx
tuact, IndllTerent to tho dceclt prac
ticed upon and disappointment there
by caused to tho purchaser, s long
ns larger profits accruo to themselves.
Always Insist on having I'oxd'u Ex
tiuct. Tako no other.
SOU) IN UOTTIJJ3 ONLY J NKV12II
BY MEASUHE. Quality uniform.
Prepared only by POND'S EX
TRACT CO., Sow York and London.
Seo our namo on every wrapper aud
label. Noto picture of bottlo below.
Uciij, aid Hemcr-
The Pamons Lwrturer, J0MM H. rini'CK,
iTToto ! " For 8oro Thront, opporjally hen tpiid.
114 to ulceration, I havo found It vtry bcncBclal."
iu to ulceration, I havo found It nry I
ASnilKW I). WHITE. Ex-rrcslilent of Cornell
University, eaysi "Ono of the alwoliile
tie of housekeeping." Bt tun to git (At gimilnt.
EMMA AnnOTT, the eclehrateil prima Jonna.
" Valuable and beneficial."
nmyoort. smith, m. n., sr.u.. r. p.. of
England." I have used It Vf 1th marked benefit."
II. 0. PIIESTOX, M. 11.. Drool lyn, N. Y.-"I
know or no remedy ao generally useful."
ARTncn nmEss, m. n., F.n.'.s.. of
KnBland. "1 have prescribed POND'S EX
TRACT with great success."
JVSTIjf D. Fri,TOX. D.D.. nrooWjn.IT.T.
" rrovlnir Itself to bo a necessity In our homo."
P. A. TTESTEnVELT, H. I)., Nashville. Tcnn.
" nave nsed large rjnantltlca of POND'S EX.
TRACT In my practlco."
Mm. S. D. MrrORD, Matron, nomo of Desti
tute chlldrca. " We find It most cDlcaclous and
In Bottles only. Prlcra, S0r., ?1,
Xofe our name on (very wrapper and label.
Prepared only hj FOXD'S EXTIHCT CO.,
NEW YOUK LONDON.
UniTOIf - NOTICE.
KSTATK OK ELIZ1BKTII PKTKRMAN MCKtSKD.
The undertlgned Auditor, appointed by the Or
phans' Court o( colurabln couniv to make dlstrl
outlon ol the ruml I tm hnmlsof II. K. l'eterm in
admliiMrator, will Bit allilHomce lnliloomibuH.on
saiura y, nrii aist, itw, ai loooiocK in the roie
nonn, to perform the dunes ot hli appolttment,
vfhen and where all persons having claims aoralt.st
said es ate intst nnneir nnrl tirnvp them, or lie rte.
buried from any Bharo In said fund.
OE(). E. El.WKLL, Auditor.
"Notleu la hprpbv irlven tint nn Annllcatlon will
be made loth? Governor ol ivnnsvlvunta on Mon
day, the thirteenth day qt April D. 18, by I)
J. Waller, C. W. Miller, John ll. Freeze, I. r. Kuhn,
i-aui j it, , nuuo ana otnrs, un'ierin"
act olusscmbly entitled, "an act to provide for
tlio Ineorpoiai ion nnd regulation of certain cor
poratlons," approved April !9 h 1S74, and IhfB'ip
plement thereto for the ch irter ot an Intended
coiporallon to be called Tbo Hloomsburg nrldu
i-ompany, the chirtcr and object of which is
for tho urpost ot creeling constructing and
malntul Ing a bridge aud thu approache- tn relo
over the North rirmch of the "-usquchanna Illver.
rrom a point at or near the Ferry road in the town
of iiloomsburg, In tho county or Columbia, to a
point In Catnwlssa towcsli p on the opposite Mdo
of sad river In tho samo county, and for thine
&urposus to nave posseses, ana enjoy auinpnguts
rni'ilUH and urlvlleir-3 ot b.ld ..ci of assemblv aud
U. W, .MILl.Kll,
II. V. Wlim,
VOriCE IN DIVORCE.
jlagglc Olrton, by her next frlfnd, Bernard Ston-
ner s. iianes liiiLuu.
In ttie Court of Common plea of Co umbta conn.
ty,Ao. i, IMC Term, 1IB7.
ro Charles Olrtou. respondent above named :
Whereas, upon thi- pel ltlon or libel of the mid
Maggli! (ilrton. above named, a Hunpcena betng
flw.nleflhv the Court of Common Pleas nrt.ald
counts asubpeena Issued out or the aud court,
commanding i ou, the said narl"s Glrto i, to bo
nd appear ot the next regular te m or said co'irt,
to show cause. It nn you have wlij the sold llbel-
lani.snouia noL oo aivorceo irotn ine uouai oi
m it rlinnny which she his contracted wt h iu,
agreeably to the prayer of the peiltloner : a id,
whereas, upon the return of the slid subpasna. due
pr ot was made that von could not be founo or
served with the same in tho bailiwick ot the thir-
in or sau county ; wnereunon an anas uupcena
was awarded by said court commanding you to be
unri nniieur nt the !exl recular term ot.Huld C'.urt
to ansner, c, a a'oieatd. lo which the samo
Mum wasmaae oy iuu buenu.
Vou are therefore renulred to be and appear on
tho first day of regular turra or aald court, to be
held at Iiloomsbuig, tor the said county, on tbo
nrst Monday ot May next, A. D., 1S81, to answer
said coai plaint, aforesaid.
Sheriff's offlce, Hloomsburg, Pa., Mar. so, 1888.
You will Suo
AND WILL CUItE
Cream BalmH AY-EEVE R
A Dflrticle la annlled IdLo each nostril an J la
tmrceuuie nice oucenxs &i arug?isi8; oy maiL
reglhtcrea, to ctnta. ELY mtOTUKlts, 235 Grren
wicli HU, New York-, inariiOcut.
Wholly unlike artificial systems.
Any book learned In one icdlng.
t'lasMsof lovr at llaltltnore and 10, 5 nt Detroit.
tiOO nt Philadelphia large classes ot Columbia
law students, at 11le. Wellesiev. obeiiin, Uulver.
Mty of 1'enn., MlchUrnh I nlverlty, Chautauqua,
4c., c Endorsed by ltl-hrd Pro tor, tbeslen
tlst. llonn. W, w. Astor, Judah l", lienjamln,
Judge Clbaon. Dr. I i.wn, 11 II. Cook, Principal
N. Y. Htate rormal loiiege, ic 'the system Is
perfectly taught by correspondence. Pi npectua
post free from PhOF. LOISKTTE, 837 Filth Ato.,
New York. uiartodiu
Wheat per bushel.
Hye ' " 0U
Ccrn " .' .... 60 05
Oals " " 35 45
Flour " bill 4.60 to 050
liutter 34 25
Kirffs 14 10
Potatoes 70 80
Hams 13 10
Dried Apple 03 05
1 Bide 07 10
Bhouldvr 09 13
Chickens 08 10
Lard p.,r lb 10 13
Vinegar per al 20 80
Onions per hushd 1 00 1 40
Veal skins 07
I Wool p. rlli 85
tildes 0 to 7
Coal on Wiuiiv.
No n ta.OO; No 2 3, & Lump 48,35
No. f. 3,00 Ultiirntmis :i.2."i
Value tf Jiru'
ir Sfhafnj. bain
H Tx..tr """
80 sire tlic
Spring Styles in
Spring Slylcs in
Spriug Styles iii
New SPRING Ms
In fact, any
thing in the
Csiii be had
H, J, CLARK & SON.
We nlncc on sale to-day a full line of Colored ALL W(30L
H ENKIETTA CLOTHS in leading flliadea of Copper, Mahog
any, Gobelin Blue, Moss, Steel Grey, Havana, &e. nt the exceed
ingly low price of G2Jc. a yd. well wortli 7o. n yard.
1. HOSIERY. Wo now bnvo tlio
most complttti Hun of Indies' .tud clilM
r 's hosiery wo hnvo over hown, full
ri iilnr ttftl Dalliripg'ns (ifldiea') 2
ir r lor aro, ii"fjumr inndi' pin strti 0
ltw I8c rt'ittiltr 2fio. cood. A Spko-
iai, Lisi.k Tiiuk.M) Imiuks' HrsK 37o.
a 'ilr nclinl vrtliin fiOo ClilldrunV liose
at S, 10, 15, 20 net! 25 i. a pair.
O li and sue.
2 SILKS. Yon will find full tin n
of Moiuk (watered) Silks in lilaok ai d
co'.iih, kIbo full llni'S of black and ool
01 1 Dhess Silks at thu lowent pric b.
3. HANDKEHCHIEFS. OurHto.k
is rornpVte in Imtli whitti and color tl
!) nieic. S on' eperinl fio. ladim'.
M 11 V II dkcicliiefb $1.00 a dozen,
wn th $1 ,)0. "oc. n dozen, worli
$1.00 a doz.
I. DRESS CiOOD.S. You will find
fu lines of nil the lentliua xtyies a d
ci'lurs at lowest prices. It will pay
ou to see nur speuial lot of Clieokid
Dress Cloths for sprint wear. Nino
goods at 12j and lflo. a yd. Seo them
fi. GLOVES. WhsIiow the b st
val'ies in Glove we have over shown.
0 button length Lisle thread Glove
loo. a pair, never sold ltss than 30i, n
OF UNSEATED LANDS.
IN COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENNA.
Br Virtue of minrtrr a(-t.nnf ihn npnrral koanm.
bl) of the commonwealth of HcBrjsyivnla, rela
log to tbe sale of seated una unseated lands In tbo
county of Columbia, etc., for taxes due and un-
Eald. I will offer to publo sale In tbe Court House,
1 1 lie town of Bloomsbunr, on
MONDAY, JUNE 11th, 1888.
at 10 o'clock, a. m. Tbe following described pieces
of land, ot nu h part thereof as may be necessary
to satisfy the amount ot taxes due and unnald
dy to day as tbe same may be found necessary.
1 EKMi) OF SALE.
The amount of taxes and costs must bo tmid
wben tbe land Is (-truck on or tbe sale may be void
and tbe propert) put up and resold.
Acres. Warranteo or owners Twp
1242 Columbia O I Co ....Beaver ..
$ .4 20
not Beaver 1 banes do...
Slots Heaver Jcsso do...,
"5 U o".kway Abbott. . do....
m " " .. do...,
3 lots Br ckwayC D do,,.,
31ol Butt&Unger do ...
1 l-.t liogart Mary do....
slots Iloyer PS do ...
4'j Cox C a Ex Tench Cox. do
1V9 ' " " " ..do....
237 " ..do ..
ZTJ " " " " ..do ...
3cf " " " " ..do....
Slots Crossing Patrick rtj....
1 lot Cannon M do ...
100 Downs Martin. do.....
16 " John. do'....
a low Etansltecce. do....
3 " FlanaKan A ....do .,,
3 " FreyWH do....
lot Goarhart William do....
. 1 00
Slots " " do.
Hoffman E O do.,
llarner c Jester do.
Ilauik Jonitbon....... do..,,
lllndeillter Sarah A do....
3 lots Hunt Ellas. do,...
! lots Henry ueorge. do .
t lot KUoe A do....
slots Lot Is Frank do ..
3 tola Lawrence W H. ,. do....
300 Mann Miller. do....
to MentJnger Samuel do ...
lu McKe) nolds W II do....
Slots Mastln uilllam. do....
140 NungtbflerOporge do ..
Mots Patterson J C. do,.,.
3 lots Price curence do ...
83 nice Abiabatn no ...
inn - do
4-33 lots Ititlhtord, Samuel 4 Co.,, d ...
3 lots " " ...ao
81- bwttnk Daniel do ...
140 bcliw epp' nnelser I K do....
8 hhuman & Jllcbael do....
3 lots Scblcb J J do .
Slots smith JW do...
Mots scotl Peter do ..
10 Uisih-rUeo do. ..
!3S H e-t It Coal Co do
5 10 s wetm us ao .....
1 lot Wood Augustus. do .....
tl Dlsapher ueorge do.. .
a lots Kiat.8 WW do .
,'lou Wood Augustus do....
10 Losee Jeusee do ...
M bnuman F L. do ...
!S llrelaclii Co do....
slots Prout Stephen deed ... do ...
!S Wells John Benton
sa Clem Itev W T uriarcreek
soo JJoty. Pealeri: Stewart do....
vao " " " ..do....
150 " " " ..do....
100 " " " ..do....
2oO " ' " ..do
7 Edwards Henry J do....
23 Evans Francis. do,..,
40 Fouler Gilbert do....
to FrcasJst&ell do
sii Freas Fannie do....
4vt Lamon Joseph. do.,,,
100 Kemp Daniel,.. do...
U ItobblnsEU do....
50 Blockhouse Jos Est do....
150 btackhouse C S J M do...
to Mlieriui ao,...
)tf ot930 bhatfer Kelchner
575 Miujler MroMary..
1 btout E.las
4) Yost EmaaueL
Doty, Stewart & Swayze..do....
" " do....
Dodaon J 11.. do.,
Shuiuan Keuben Catawlssa
Weaver Ellas do....
Dornbacb Margaret. do....
Klner liobert do,,,,
cwell Fred do,,..
ciewellJosepb Est do. ..
Shumun Kllaa. do....
llar.uer Thomas E. do. .
Uower Moses do. . ,
Barrett Mary CentraUa
Qeraghty Tnomas. do...
Kneff Jobn -
Lehigh & Mabanoy 11 li..,
Steel Oto W
Walsh jJavld ,
2 lots Brobsi Thomas do...
15 Fowler John F do...
3 Good Jacob lo,.,
7o Hagenbucb William. do..
10 " Sr Est.oo. .
34 Hoffman William Est do. . . .
0 Keucr uaniei.
ta Mcuenry Dorcas.,,,.
1 lot Sponsler Jacob
lot Klrkendail creasy,
jv jieain josuua.,
1 lot Bresune Bernard, . ,
Slots Drelsbach Lewis..
Ill Huston Joltu .......
Sii UlUioJohn L
2 lota Kramer A W ,
Lei by Charles.
Morris Aunls 11 .......
Huston Mary... ,
10ts Ulllu.u.i Ueo W.
1 " Kress Alarfaat,..
4 11 It.lnbold W 11
uoty, PDdier Stewart ...F'ho'k
" " " . do...,
Welsh Keuben. do,,,.
Fowler John F do...,
Farver George, , do ... .
H.rrlson John ,, do
HolTman Vreas. . ... do,,,,
Hulme William do
lemon Thoinas ..do.,.
Kindt John i Co do ....
ItoDblns W A lid .
H of 200 bhanerKelchner,....,.do..
3 leiler Georira Aa
13 wuitenlgui wilUam. do....
pealerSJ do ...
Cleaver WeUUigton.... Franklin
" B HowelL...... ,do...
Hohrbach William do
nibby Juiues,,,,,, . .d
Va-tlneJll v.. .do,,..
Muobardl (lrge. do. ,, .
Hayburut Etra heirs.,,,,,, do ,.,
Ulboy Augustus do,,,,
Albertua Allies s Bartley
. t Greenwood
Berry John,.,.,, do.,,,
lierr Irani. do .
NcKwen II J .... , . . do,...
Appl.man Llojd Hemlock
" William. . do...,
, ' Hugh w ... do .
Brugler Ellsha do.....
Campbell u L do..,,
Kmiuett AJ,n, do,,,,
licitrlde 11 JJ..,,.i ,do
pa'r, big bargtins, otil 'oan Aixilk
Gi.'tvKS in black itttd colors 3"e. iiKvujh
od for 50e. sproial bargain, bit1 ton
Ivtd Gloves embroidered back", 76c. a
0. VEILINGS. In S wing Silks,
Clicnlle dots, MnrnhotiiR i to. A spec
ial all silk veiling at I2'). a yd. wortli
7. HENRIETTAS. A special black
Silk Waiu- Heniiiktta at $1.25 a yard
worth $1.(17$, 'nnd nil ollitr uriitleu
with a full hue of black all wool Hen
rietta". TINSEL 5o. a ball, Aiuusenb 25o.
a dozen. Silk Ansa 10c. n dozen. 32 in.
I'rint-d Silks $1.25 quality for 04o. a
yd. Banner Rods, Felts, I'lushos, Vel
vets, Ornaments, Stamped Linens and
all kinds of goodi for fancy work at
LACE CURTAINS, Surims, etc
with full lino of CnnTAts Poles.
Tho bct Corbel for 77c. hi tlio mar
ket with all leading inakn, also full
Now lot of Jersey Coats this week
also lull Hue of Jerseys.
30 Neal & Pursel do,...
So lurecl Isiac o do 72
5 Utiangut Mrs Charles ... do.... 45
SO Wright Levi do.... 22
si Jones David. do .... 1 ai
Inn Block I'll Jackson 8 25
300 " " do .... st lu
73 Bartch Franklin do.... 690
4 JHller Charlei W do..,. 2 HI
23s sNeyhart do .... si 86
Slfl " " do S4 84
so Parker Co do ... 7 45
73 Ileus Clinton ,.do ... BBS
5 Meeker Ellas do,... .168
soo Blllngton Charles Locust 13 19
M Dewalt George 10 3 20
2C5 Ererbart John do .... 8 UO
93 Hughes "'right Est do.... 1013
92 KUlp S MOWlllUm do.... S63
30 1-ongenberger Phillip do.... 2U1
200 Myers Mary do C40
sou llustoa Mary ...do.... 640
200 Charlotte do 6 40
a Heynold John do.... 6 40
100 Huston Thomas do.... 4 00
190 lteece Daniel do .... ' 6 40
8 stlnoAdam do.... 1 co
43 SbHner Henry do ... 1 CO
9) Hlioads Franklin do. 8 00
15 Ben gle oeorgo .............. Madison 40
35 Uendershott K. do... 46
60 " do.... 1 21
127 Shrcmakcr Jacob do 2 25
60 do.... 1W)
11 Dcmott Cyrus do.... On
0 GlnglesTII do.... 5
22 Johnson Chester. da...... S3
S3 Cotner J E do ..... 40
Si 0 Eves C W do.... 29 25
S3 Cox Joel do .... 78
40 lleydenrlck Tobias di.... 64
60 Masters Dv do 3 86
20 Miller W II do.... 166
13 Oraham Edward do.... 40
21 Brockway Ent Main 136
33 Hlnderlltter Henry do ... 93
23 Shuman John ..do.... 136
Jf of 100 Schmeck, Brobst, Yettcr-c
liaWK..... UO.... b
7 Snyder Abraham do ... 136
7 bhuman W T do .... 63
846 Swartz, Shepp Co do 944
100 " Isaac , do.... 1 34
coo Torbert William do 16 20
160 shuman lteunen do ..... 90
43 Moscr Michael do . 2co
69 Blttenbender Jacob. Miniln .196
10 Uendershott Catharine. .do st
200 Kramer A W do .... 180
3 Luu Catherine do is
33 Michael Joseph Peter F.do .... 60
13 " " do.... 31
111 Masteller Josenh ..... ....do.... 15
200 Nungcsser W J do.... 8b0
83 Park James AY do .... 99
35 HutUfr Joel do ... 99
75 Scbwcppenhclser I K do.... 211
30 Horace do.... an
30 " El'., .do,... 174
47 " Horace. .do.... 330
15 Williams Hamue' do.... 37
(7 Yoho Jacob Est..u do ... 64
10 Piatt Urlas . do.... 81
1.1 Eckroth Hiram do. 27
2v Mensmger William do.... 05
18 Glger eamucl Montour 1 to
9 Fry Hanlel do ... 61
40 Neal William do 450
M Gordon JohnN do,... 41
67 Crouse Illram Andrew Jr
MtPleisant 7 DO
10 Jocoby Hupert do .... 83
10 " famuel do 2 64
8 Crevellng s-amuel orange 1 71
SO Hageobuch Jeremiah Est..(lo..,. 6 01
54 " William do.... 6 11
39 " Mary...., do.... 6 11
1! ness Jeremiah .....do,... 141
K lot Coleman George Est. do. , . . 21
61 KUno Abraham J do.... 4St
65 " do.... 0 80
11 " Jacob deo do.. . 119
11 Crawford WilUam. do.... 1 S6
140 FrlCk Geo A. E-t Pine 13 78
50 LvonsRW do.... 3 91
It 0 Roberts Colo do SI 4 1
60 Bougliner l-emr...Hoarlngcreek 116
4) Brelsch Jacob do .... M
103 " .... do... 108
12 " do.... 10
co Barnes Thomas Jr do.,.. 72
2ro cox cs Ex ot Tench cox., do 270
16 " ' " " ,,do.... 36
200 " " " .. do.... 1 so
60 " " " " , do,,.. 61
18 Dllarlaln Ezeklel do.... 73
IS Fetterman Herblno..,,..do.... 41
100 llenston John do.... 90
13 Ilerner John do 13
142 Morris Hughes do...... 1 26
51 Mlndy Lewis do.... 3 30
"0 Navlnger Jonathan do.... 46
40 Itlce Abraham...... do...... 66
2T Shuman David do.... 166
60) bhoup Abraham do 14 00
315 McMllllanMM do ... 12 38
20 WltcheyJohn ...do... 73
50 Trlen Jacob do... 46
102 BuckalewEvan bugarloat 80 84
40 Cole Thomas D do 8 22
330 cnapln .1 F , do.... 47 95
2 " do,,.. 3 44
75 Custard Mary do.... 1029
50 Cope Israel do,.,, 1029
125 Hess, Crevellng Co do.... 23 99
X of 119 " Wesley do.... 10S
X of 119 " do.... 10 29
Xofll " " do.... 1172
91 Smith Minor do ... 6 65
seo Mcuenryltohr do..,. 4715
W) " EJ do.... 44 54
00 . E J do.... 2065
78 " JohnJ do 87 40
2J ' ' do.,.. 6 85
8) Savage Joshua Est do.... 1849
5 Davenport F. do.... 80
6 Caso O B scott S3
GEORGE A. HERRING,
OF SEATED LANDS
IN COLUMBIA COUNTY", PENNA.
Also at tho same time and place the following
lots, pieces and parcels of seated lands, returned
by tbe tax collectors, are to be sold under tbe pro
visions ot an Act of Assembly, entitled, "An Act,
relating to the sale of lands tor tax tn Columbia
County," approved March 6th, 1163.
A1:?1 Owners. Twp's. Taxes.
118 Kase Wolrerton Beaver.. 3710
Hot Schrtber Henry ...do..., 187
23 Philips Catharine do,... 175
S3 MannAW do,.,. 28S
1 KhoadsPctcr .do.,,. 3 18
4 Bankes Daniel .....do.... 211
Hot Pursel Mrs K II Bloom. 42 00
t" Gulnnoeorge, do,.,, 210
1 " Rehamjohn do,... 405
10 Price Jonas Catawlssa.. 25
Hot Keller Sarah Centre.. 73
3s cutnmlngs It M Co con'y'm 119147
400 Cuny Ellen do... 473 70
400 Murphy, Hughes Co.. do,... C33 00
Vlot MclaleJohnlt do,,, 4 41
i ' Col'ler Michael do,,., 685
1" Cask.y Lawrence do,,,, 4 39
X " Dougherty Mary., do..,, 2W
3 VoughtlrwlnB... .Franklin . 97
81 Moore A L Greenwood., 18 45
M Albertson David O Est. .do ... 119
100 Wand John A .. Hemlock.. 1018
100 Itli mo Michael Jackson.. 0 49
85 Chamberlain Lewi do,,,, 974
73 " " 10.,,. 4 27
S3 Young Lewis O .. do,,,, 4 13
63 " " . do ... 3 69
60 Glassinyer Francis F ...Locust 4 50
91 Lonnon Geo W Est do,... 3 52
130 Eves C W 11 adlson. . , 1 75
" " do.... 281
170 milJcsso do,,.. 825
6 llouser Kroora do.... 187
10 Eckroat Charles Est Minim... 81
31 How er Charles E. Mt IWt . 0 24
US Hess Jobn , line.. am
6? Kline Patterson do... 17 87
60 Lions Newton.,,.,, .. do..., 3 S3
8T liattJohn ......do.... 350
30 Parker John. II .....do..., 260
112 Fuck a A Est do.... 8 40
W Hess La vlna Bugarloat ,
21 AlbcrtAOti Jesso. ..do,,. Sat
31 Kline Abnerw. do.... 4 49
3so CiwellngJH ,,..,do.,,. 1920
40 sbuluEllas ......... 1. ...do..,. 364
34 RedllneB F do ... 14 39
O. A. HERRING, Treas.
Treasurer' Office, Blooiusbu g, March 28, 883.
SViro3 Oough. DronrhiU, JUthm, Indigent Ion I Cm
fc5MR GINGER fONIOUliSui dUy. It
luf mil aJTocUuiu of U tUrot tad lungi, &d dUM-
MUnff from Imimra blood nd tihiOinUuii. Tlt fcfcbU
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