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COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. I
FJUDAY, APRIL, 20 1888.
The Democracy of any man may
well bo doubted who wants "reform"
bv cloctlnff an infidel to the Prcsidenoy,
and a republican to tbo Vice-Prcsi-
ana umuoin uavu , . s '! I ... i. ttnnA
been nominated ovor
in weaver town- r :r.P. t '.i. ' tt.,.,.. .., i ii, A ,iih. it
ship, and that by
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toforo professed" to bo a democrat.
Reform" seems to have struck him
BondinRout athelstiopamphicts througu
WHAT HE WOULD DO.
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candidate lor tho legislature
u n competitive examination
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snouid pass n c
for tho nositioi!
ho would desire enacted and what laws
I give tho following as my
VICWB: ........ 1 .1.
If I could not repeal tho High h.
censo act I would have it amended so
as to compel tho County Treasurer to
nsv over to tho several townshins and
boroughs the amounts due under
it, without wniting ninety days
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to count it, and compel n m to coneoi
only tho lawful mercantile appraiser s
foe Of 500 lUStead Of 2.50 and thus
f "!jfte fi'M ' "? '
, 1 .M, v, !iiVl f
r uacK tno uiegai xee
Clerk of tho Courts
instead 01 3d, ana
collected. 1 would furl
so as to make tho Clerk
fee under it 81.25 instead ot 9 ana
pay tho Manooof theWintotho
treasury of tho district in wmcn
the appllcan reside , I would al ow
tuu uuiuuaub iui iivcuou luu
borouGh or townsmp in whioh he re-
J T 1.J J .1 1, 4l,o I
Biues, woum bu uuiuuu i,uu . .
this county would not be obliged to
liav a COUniV lUl sicij
1-:. ...r wl,n !, in Panh
uj vUU jv.
is sumoient to transact too
A Pnosi-EonvK Candidate.
April 17th. 1888.
From Olen City comes a voice
through last week's "Sentinel? that is
remarkable and worthy of some con
sideration though somo may wonder
why notice is taken of it.
That the readers of tho Columbian
may better comprehend the idea of re
form as stated by Mr. Dreisbach, his
letter to the Sentinel is worth their
"I think the time has come when
the people should lay aside all party
spirit and vote for a liberal or inde
pendent candidate, who should not
canvass or stump the whole country He ,(J do(.g not waut lhe repubHc- and whl gladly aid in all ways possi
and spend more money than the salary can nation. He did not uive his ble. There is going to be an old-
ut mo unit ... U..UK, uu. .,B u .,uu-
estaamiuisiraiion, uut merely announce
himself the people s candidate and if
elected, pledge himeelf to do all that
it nnril I n m few rafnvm anrl null
" "r ...:'rr i " .
vote ior 1 sucn canamate, oe ue emo-
cr ur xwpuuuuau. xj vu u uuuc
by all honest men-s iy from president
down to school director and then we
can hope for reform and houest ad
ministration. Let tbe office seek the
man, not tho man the office.
Will you permit me to civo you my
choice for President for the coming
elootion, if so pleaso publish this letter
and sign my name to it. I am not
ashamed to announce my choice,"
"For President, Robert Q. Ingersol
For Vice President, Robert Lincoln."
Tho cry for reform has come, from
J. no Crv IOr roiorm cafl COmQ. irOlU
--rf -- -
Glen City for several years, lhe
term is a fascinating one. It might
oilighten tho publio if Mr. Dreisbich
would specify the particular evils that
so muoh need to be reformed. As we
understand the letter, reform is neces
ary in all departments of tbo Govern-
ment, from president down to school
Great leaders cenorallv hold certain
principles or views that characterize
the leading features of their lives, that
of emulation imitation and universal
approbation, and which irresistibly and
impulsively 'draw an appreciative and
admiring publio to their standard and
Not ono of the great men of tho 8ked tD0 ther to look out ot tbe win
nation dnrhur nil ihp trnnra nf hr ria!n dow and seo what kind of a day it was
tirOBnertv in nnv of Ihn Hontrtmonlx
uuy ui ius u uanraeniB
where human i
to&al&M "d smells
L.. .j nhn.." Tnoiomt nf rreitinrr hi
tAntorfl In thn nnvplnn
h,,t lno.i n,i
chTi 8lfed and $4 h gratef, f hhtoric
served in tho WlcuU? acldevement
u .. 1I..1.. .1
rZ:Z,V nf "'Z ' Z
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...J i' .i...i. t. i.!--..'
. u kuiuiu c, wuBiuBr Iuiuu uu,
Jefferson, Jackson, Lincoln, McClcllan,
Grant, Newton, Franklin, Webster,
Fulton, Clay, Morse, Bancroft, Beech
or, or the thousands of others who con
tributed in some way or other to tho
development and growth of tho country
by whom all were benefited and the
world made better by their having
lived in it. Robert G, Ingorsol is a
personage who hold views which givo
nolariety and prominence that instinc
tively draw admiring followers to thu
extremity of oblivion who naturally
enough desire his ascindtnoy to the
chief masmtraoy of tno nation, and
those of liko principles to mio ir posi
tions down to school director, Now
what nre thoso principles that arc so
pre-eminently deslrablH to incorporate
into reform', that nre to permeate all
tho departments of government!
Infidelity and atheism. The abolish.
ment of church, chrintianity" and tho
Sabbath. Tbo annihilation of the
Uiblo, sou', spirit and body. Tho
Annulling of God and that of future
rewards and punishments. The accus
ing consoienoo cries tor such reforms,
so do anarchists, communists and
nihilists. Ho do all who are enemies
to good uovcrnmeiit. Wo believe
that thn affniis of government are gen
erally faithfully and conscientiously
onduoted from President down to
school director, though periiajiH not al
ways judiciously and wisely adrainU
ered morn from lack and capacity and
ability, than from willful and deliber
aba purpose of lieait. Why Robert
Lincoln should lie accorded a secoud
place with infidel liipcrsol is a
mystery. Bo far as we know be is the
direct opposite of fngtrsol nod pro
eminently fitted for the first place
though a weak balance on cither place'
vet a food mnn in nnv ilrifo .T '
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our Regular Correspondent.,
Wasiiinutpk, April 10th. 1888.
"Wliat is tho lenislativo outlook.fcom
a flemocratlo stand-poinU" was asked
nf n rrnntlenian who is known to Stand
vorv.cioso to Mr. Cleveland. Ho rcnliod I
follows: "Well, u is uv no means as iato
as it was a week ago. Tho dead look
us ten day of valuablo time, but
tuero s no use wssling limo now in iai
ing about that. It is over, thank heaven,
The main question that Congress has
to deal witn tins KCS810D is mo lariu. ca. no asonnuuu mo bc.iiioiu aivhuui
Tim fieht on that will begin tomorrow faltering and showed little signs of fear.
. .. 1 ..- tTH- . !fri.!llllT . -1 1 ... 1. i 1 .. . l. ...
in tllO 110USO Wlieil mo inula mint uni no acumen uiuMiuinriiiuu wuuu niu wm-
is oalled up for consideration, and will rant was being read, but soarcoly trotn
continue until the bill is passed or do- bled. Tho scaffold and trnp worked to
fealcd. though I don't think the I
last is likely to ocour. No
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aueetlon is settled! and I under-
tariff Question IS 8CU1CU1 ana I unuer-
iu q i ,
na,11 " ' , loall a IIou,e oau-
a-UV compoll all democrats
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IU1 Will Ul lUllisc wo ""'"I I
inn.itmn i. if nnaftiblo. tobrliiKthe
bill to a voto before tho date set for the
mectinc of tho St. Louis convention."
"In my opinion," ho .continued, "it
(iTtramoiv nmihtfiil whether this pro-1
Jrf thcreig not
fi, 0ft. There will probably
ivcred on the bt l.some i or ou mem-1
yXX'dv filed notice with
Gnnl.n r.f llw.lr inlnntinn to BDeak
m From tomorrow to" the
""the St. Louis .convention
lnS days.exclusive of San.
"lKloa,vJ.. , 3 . i.
,ioa T,, a nrnlmho itv tho pneeches
to be mado on this bill will take up
. ... . a HAiliinn nf I
rnnrn tiinn man liisl. iu Pttv iiuiuinit v I
. ... . - , , ,
n.Metion of the
bSsedPPbe?oro tho 30th of June, or
be passed beforo tbo 30th 01 June, or
r overumeIlt become
ow muo,, tlm0 may bu 8aved
.l ,,., anA mnn
. and m
r h and onco
ema "ldD00be leador8 fihou'd Bee that
. . t,.tl (flo linofl hr It.
nadnru nl I lift I
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UlllIB Ulll UV1UIU IUU IDV u.J, 1
t -j r . on now . oforo
rm.-n- " J TTU Kill I
congress: 1 no mvor uu u u
ill noun tlm Hnnan siirelv and nrob-1
. ,,, - -n ',,,
auiy Lilt; ociium , u: acjjiiucuv
Jt'ension bill is usroiy iiKeiy 10 get
through tho Houso at this session; the
Snrincrer OmnibuB bill fc
ior me aamm-
Bibn of the Territories of Dakota, Mon-
tana, Washington and Now Mexico,
will bo passed by the House but not by
tho Senate; the Blair Education bill is
oommiltee. There now, I have given
you my ideas of the democratic Tegis-
lative prospect; you are welcome to
II1UII1, UUl UUU li UBU Uljr uiauic, uv. "v
I care, but somebody else might, you
Er-Senator Wallace, of 1 a. says the
democrats of that State are una nimcus
for the renomination of Cleveland. The
same news comes here from all Beo-
tions of the country. I
Chaunoey Depow has a long head,
rea(K)I1 but the pregumption is that ho
did.t want t0 be struck by tho Cleve-
A bf for tbe rclief of B0dierg and
. . t -i i .1
sailors who enlisted ano served in tno
,rra or navy duri Qg tbo rtb(.iiloD -
der asgumed name8 has been favorably
reported by tbe House oommitteo on
The Government rnnting uniso in.
vestigation which war suspended a
short time age on account of the illness
01 tno unairnian 01 tue uuusu cuiumu-
tee on printing, has nsen resumed.
Mr. uaiee, tho Alabama itepresenta-
tivo who led the filibueterers In tho re-
cent fight against tho direct-tax b.ll, is
uuaerstooa to ue amuitiuus 01 reuruseu-
ting his State in the Senate.
Mr. Allen, of Miss'iBsippi, is making
nniln n ivinntfltmn in tha Hnnan nnnl.
ijuuu .wiv.m ...
quick wilted and ready debater, lie
aVo a fine exaraDlo of his talent in
tbat line on Saturday, which was muoh
enioved by the members. His victim
wa8 Mr. Perkins, of Kansas, who had
started to address the House on the Ind-
jan appropriation bill, but who flound
ere(i around, mirinir up the tariff and
the slave trade and mistaking tho con
stitution of the Confederate States ior
the platform of the democratic party.
Mr.Allen stood this as long as ho could
nccted centleman from Kansas a lauch
ing stock. He said Mr, Perkins remind
ed him of the slory of two men, who
when traveling, slept in a room with a
cupboard in it. During the night ono
KoinK to bo. The latter opened the
b-s .... . -r- ,1
nlaaa ilnnr nf HiAnnminfim and eTP.lftim- I
like cheego". Instead of cettine his
head out Into tho daylight St 1888, the
gentleman from Kansas bad got his
head into the cupboard of rebellion,
rcliorn ov.rvlh nn uraa .lark and umfi .
Ee ;ia;e;; Mr All him
nHlSn,. imnna nrnannten l,v
L r,.m;; n u
nni,inn nf n.Uv
T! 1 1 I WO OLIlUr II'LIIHIUIIUIU WUU mo illlOO a. iviV4
- i ni win rnrriiiiir iiiniruin iuliuu nm inuuiuniv utvu cnunivu
;;anna nrn knn,n tn Imvr, benn
The new Emperor of Germany is I
again to a baa condition anu it is otn-
cially stated that lits new trouble is
not a case ot simp e bronchial lntlamraa-
tion, but ot an extension ot tne uis-
capo in the larjnx to tbe bronchisl
tubes and thm to the lungs thuinch c.
Irs phvsiclan', at a nonHtiitalicn on
Tii sdiy screen tlMt hi malady was
appro.vliing the latt stage.
Roscoe Oonkling Dead-
Ilosooe Conklinu died at Now York
oily.Widnesday inorntnir n' 2:05 Erly
in the morning, tho a ay pri'iouto his
deitli, tne members ot the Hmtiy
not'ced a chanue and knciv his d' ath
was only the tint slii n of a few hours
Gradually his ( i:!ti becamo imioker,
until at U:ay p. m. it was not pvroep.
tible, and his extrometles were ijro
mt; imi i he continued breathing over
two hours longer.
Mr. Conkling was a statesman in
every sense of the word. Ho was a I
leader in the republican p.vly. II
was appointed as District Attorney in
his own oountv two months before ho
wan 21 years nf age. He was elected
to Congress when but !J0 yt-ars of atje,
and twice re-elected. In 1807 he wa-
elided Senator by tbo ltg!ijtnre ifl
New York and twlco rc-olcotpd, He I
was twios pfftred tho mission to E'ig
land by president Gram, and once tbo
portion ot Ctilif Jus!lcf,buthenfufed.
He remsioed In the SeoaKY until hW
memorable tiicht with President Gor-
IMd in 1881, wl.cn h,fltlrc.d from
active politics and gavo- his atUtition
to the practice of law. Since his re
lircmeiit from politic, his law practico
h amounted to giuo.uuu pT year.
lla una ItArn In A hllliv. Nnur l nrv. in I
The Mnrdnrer's Neck Broken-
IIAN01NO OK ltOI.ONO,VIIOKll.T.ED A OIRt,
AND UAVB TUB 110(13 UF.It 1I0DT.
Fkhous Falls. Mink., Armi,13.
Nols Olson Holong was hanged hero this
afternoon. Holonir slept well laalnitjht
a coou urcakiust, aim was vcrvcooi.
The DopulShoriff say ho displayed
moro ncrvo than any man ho ovor saw.
Trie ueatn warrant was roaa ni i.io anu
at 1.55 tho drop fell, llolong's neok was
broken and hU musolos scarcely twitch-
Holong was convicted of rnurderiug
T .. I. . .. T ,1 ., . i ... . mliinll ina
in tbo horriblo
as committed on
the 28th of last May. Miss leld,
me ZDIU 01 may. mim x iuju,
lO.lived with hermother
and brotho-s in thi township of St Olof,
about fl f teen mil frotn ,Ferus Fall,
, . , h, d b d au ilo.
lrV!t,. 'MnrulBCTillll nf ttlinllt 28
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voars. U11 the tiav meuuoneu jura
Field and her oldest son catno to Fer
gus Falls, loaving Lilly and a younger
Lther of about years at homo with
tho hired man. Jjiuy worn, 10 wuris
ftbout tho ho performing such work
as her mother had loft for her to do.
me uoy ovur w uuikuuui n v..-
and. teW him thatlio might remain
When ho left Lilly was washing and
that was tho last seen of her alive,
When the boy came back after dinner
rm j.t..: 1
Li v nud the mrred man were misaing.
Ho went to various neighbors, but nnno
UnA ennn Vinv ITa fTinl rinmn fMrl wtlPTI
niu owu uwt
, n t on tho wffc
Hero ho was found bv his mother and
u, - ,!, - . un thuv rtnrnn(1 from Fr-
gus Falls. They .apposed, that Lilly
gusj?aus. iney supp..BeU vuai iiinj
had gone to some of tho neighbors and
did not search for her that night. In
the morning, when Charles Field went
nut In An liia olinrM mill fend his stock.
t tQ do hlg olore8 aml fucJ his Btook(
naked bod of hU Bisler (iisetnbowled
and her flesh eaten by the hogs. Sas-
ninn nf nnmi nn ntori to liOlonr? i
suit and tho
nnwf mArninn tin lirn J tnlltlll J IP fir wnn
j.ii a,at,n onmB t.nntv mllea from
w. - j -
the eocne of the murder, lie at once
admitted hta uailt. He narrowly es
Democratio Ulub League of
ww. - .m.
109 South Broad street.
Philadelphia, April 1888.
To the Democraoy of tho Keystone
gtato Let us look before us aud not
behind. Success and glorv are in ad-
The strongest position a democrat
ghould desire to occupy is one from
which he can most easily advance for
Qg gUCCOSS OI 1116 party BUU IUB prillUII-
tion of the best interests to the country,
Let im act on this underslandincr and
oro - anim our nanv. for then cood re-
eau, wjji follow in the coming oontcst.
Tho Chairman of tho Democratic
gtate Committo of Pennsylvania, says:
i beartly approve of the project of
forming a loage of clubi in th- State,
fashioned Demooratio fight this Fall,
and tho sooner our people wako up to
the fact the better. Therefore, we
k , carefully and
8brewdlv. and organize, "
Let Democrats commence tile forma-
tion of ciul)8 at cn0t,. young and old
Democrats are invited to Qnite with
0Iubs in their vicinity,
Tbe State Convention of the Demo-
cra'.io Club League will meet at Har
rj8burg( Pa., on Thursday, May 24,
lesa. at 10 o dock a. at.
jMi each club in tho State be repro-
8ented by at least threo delegate"
Clubs alrendv formed, which desire
o enter thn loacue. and those here
after organized for that purpose, win
please send tho name of their olub, of.
fioer8 and delegates to Leauue's Secre-
egates to .Leagues oecre
1 South Broad'street, Phil
XT- inn T) Pl.il
(.my, ixv. ivv ouuiii iJiutiu once, n
Udelphia, with as little delay as possi
John D. Wobhan,
John H Fow,
Hotel Thieves in Wilkesbarre-
Sunday morning tho hotel of Moes
Wolf waB entered and Si 82 in cash
J""- Monday morning tno 1101
Christopbor Klein and John Mc-
were discnvertd to havo been b
taken. Monday morniiiu the hotels of
into during tho nioht. Mr Klein.s bed
room was cuti red and his pockets rif-
goJJ watoh and 815 in uioney,
'" c "b-
Collided With a Locomotive.
Piiiladki.piiia, April 15 While lhe
New York and W-M-gton express
southbound, was nassino over the lie
vied road of the Pennsylyan a railroad
shortly before 3 30 o'clock tins inorn.ng
col ded hoavy passenger bco
IUUHVU Ui, 1 nil I1UU1 BU Cl-U tno i-jiiibdi.
tIn consist.,! of a heavy baggage car
811.1 ten COaOlieS. InCltldinDr tWO Vetl
bulo cars. Four cars were badly s.na,bed
and toppled over on llieirsides. Seven
Were all vtlu enough to heed this advice in
eton, a world ol suBerlng would be avoided,
Tbe best months In which to take Ilood't
BansparUla, the great blood purlfler, at
March April May
At no other season Is the body to much lu
lieed ol, or so susceptible to the benefit to be
deriyed from Hood's SartaparlUa, as now.
The Impoverished condition of the blood, the
weakening effect j of tha long, cold winter, the
loM appetite, and that tired feeling, all make
good spring medicine absolutely Decenary,
Try jlood' Bariaparllla and you will be co
vlneed that It Ii (he Ideal spring medicine.
SolJVrnllilmiriUU. JllllforfJ. Prepared only
by O. L BOOD A CO., Apothecarltt, Lowell, Uou.
IOO Dosos Ono Dollar
I GET YOUR J7B PRINTING
I DONE AT THE
TO THE PUBLIC.
Intending purchasers of Pond?
Extoact cannot tako too much pre
caution to prevent substitution. Somo
druggists, trading on tho popularity of
tho great Family Remedy, attempt to
palm off other preparations, unscru
pulously asserting them to bo "tho
samo as" or "equal to" Pond's Ex
tuact, liullfforcnt to tho deceit prac
ticed upon nnd disappointment there
by caused to tho purchaser, s long
as larger profits accruo to themselves.
Always Insist on having Pond's Ex
TnACT. Tako no other.
SOLD IN BOTTLES ONLY ; NEVER
BY MEASURE. Quality uniform.
Prepared only by POND'S EX
TRACT CO., ow York and London.
Poo our namo on every wrapper and
label. Noto picture of bottlo below.
Uou, and Hemor-
Tho Famotu Lecturer, J0ll!t 11. fiOI OlI,
wrotot ' For Sore Throat, cnwciflllr when tend
ing to ulceration, I havo found It very bencSclal."
AXM1KW D. WHITE, Kr-rreatdent ot Cornell
TJnlrasity, Mj-a i "One of tho absolute tucuri
tlti of housekeeping." Bi tun to gtttht yenulnt.
F.MSl.t ABBOTT, tho celebrated prima donna.
" Valuable and beneficial."
IinTWOOn. SMITH, f. D., M. n.. C I'., of
Enjland. " I havo used It with marked beneflt."
II. CI. rilKSTOS, M. D., BrooUyn. N. T.-"I
know of no remedy to generally useful."
AllTIIl lt OCISSESS, . D., f. b. r. S.j of
Kngland. "I havo preacrtbed TOND'S EX
TRACT with great eucccso."
JI'STIX D. FrLTOX, P. D., Brooklyn, N. T.
" ITovUu; Itself to bo necessity In our home."
P. A. VfESTERVET.T, M. D., Nashville, Tenn.
"Havo used largo quanUtlei of EX
TRACT la my practlco."
Jim. K. B. Mernnn, Matron, ITomo of Dcitl
tuto Children." We And It most efficacious and
Ia Bottles only. Trices, SOe., SI, S1.7S.
Xott our nana on tttry vrapper anil laUl.
rrnarPJ only by I'Oxn'S IIXTUICT CO.,
HEW YOBK AND LOHDOH.
Candidates named under this headlne are sub
ject to the rules ot the Democratic party.
E. M. TEWKSBURY
JAMES T, FOX,
of Beaver township.
C. Z. SCHL1CHER,
of Beaver township.
GEN. a M. BLAKER.
By virtue of a writ ot Levari Facias isiued
out of tbe court of common pleas ot Columbia
county and to me greeted will be exposed to
public sale at the court house In tho town ot
Bloomsbure, Pa., on
MONDAY, MAY 7, 1888.
at 2 o'clock p. m., the following real estate, to-vrtt :
AU those tracts, pieces or parcels ot land situate-
In the township ot Montour la the county of Col
umbia and state ol Pennsylvania bounded and
described as follows to-wlt: The nrst beginning
at a post on corner ot land ot soloman Olger
thence running south, along other lands of solo,
man Qlger stx(y-elgbt degrees, west one hundred
ana four perches to a pine oak thence norm aiong
land ot M. Faust nine degrees, west eighty-three
perches to a Btone thence south along land ot the
same eighty-one degrees, west seventy-three
perches to a stone, thence north along land of the
same ten and a nalt degree, west twenty-eight
perches to a stone, thence north along other lands
ot the sold Daniel Olger deceased eighty-one de
grees East one hundred aud seventeen perches
to a stone, thence north along lands ot tbe same
seventy degrees, east forty-two perches to
stone thence south along lands of Solomon Glger
fifteen and on half degrees, east one hundred and
and one perches to a post the place ot beginning
containing sixty-four acres strict measure.
The second, beginning .it a white oak tree and
running thence along land of Daniel Glger's hens,
south egbty-one and three quarter degrees, west
lurtj-uiutj ttuu uifiD leuiuis purcuus w a ntuuo
thence north along land of John Glger's helre,
eight and three-quarter degrees, west sixty 'and
two-tenths perches to a stone, thence north along
land of Ellas Olger eighty -two degrees, east nay-
nine and nine-tenths perches to a stone, and
thence south along land of Christum Heist eight
degrees, east sixty perches to a white oak tree
tne place ot beginning containing eighteen acres
and one hundred and forty-nlno perches, neat
measure, excepting and resenlng to Barbara
Gelger her belrsand assigns from and out ot the
aforesaid lands all the Iron ore and any and all
other minerals lying and being In, upon and under
the said premises together the right ot tree In-
gress, egress and regress In, upon and over the
said premises with miners and other workman
Wttl) horses, carts and wago.ua tP mine d)g ana
oarry away the Iron ore and other minerals in, up.
on and under the said premises and to make and
use such roads as may be required for the removal
ot sold ore or minerals, together also with the
right to use and occupy as much ground as may
be required for the depositing ot dirt, slate and
ptherietuse from the mines, the said Barbara
qlger, holding hereon, her heirs and assigns now
and all times hereafter free and clear from
every and all liability tor loss or dunoge to tbe
sap) Elmer W. ltunyan her liejra or assigns occas
ioned cither directly or Indirectly by reason pf the
openlngot mines upon the said premises er the
making and constructing ot roads through the
Seized taken Into execution in the Bult ot Stacy
John's executors and Deborah Harrison's executor
against E. W. ltunyan and to bo sold as the pro
perty ot E. W. ltunyan.
NOTICE OP AI'PICAHON FQR IN.
la the Couit ot Common Pleas for the Countv or
Notice Is hereby clven that an annltcatlon will
be made to tho said Court on the Eleventh day of
May A. I). UN), in tne forenoon ol said dav at ten
o'clock, under the "Corporation act of one thou,
sand eight hundred anu sevent-- .tour,'1 and the
supplements thereto, by Vtllllara NeaL W. It.
'luuos. ii. ii. iiroiz. jonn Jamison, jamen pear at
aod L. E. Waller for the charter Of an Intended
corporation to ds cauea tne uno rark nsh and
Game Protective Association, lhe character and
object of which t tho preservation ! fish In the
upper wuiers oi risning creek and us tributaries,
anil tbe preservation of game upon tbe lands
drained bt and adjacent to the waters aforesaid,
in too uuuuura ui uoiunjua anil Huiuvan in tne
state ot Pennsylvania and tor tbe purposo to
have, possess and
ennv all the rttrhtR. heneni
auu i'iivuckvd wiuvrn-u us tne saw ac& anq
U E. WALLEB.
"Notice Is hereby given that an application will
be made to the Governor ot Pennsylvania on Mon
day, the thirtieth day of April A. I). ism, by I).
J. Waller, o. W. Miller. John G. Freeze, I. s. Kuhn.
PaulE. W W, ii, v. White and others, under the
act ot assembly entitled, "an act to provide for
the Incorporation and regulation of certain cor.
poraiioos," approvea April sum, ink, and me sun.
plement thereto lor the charter of an Intended
curuurauon to oe caueu -i no uioomsburg llrldgi
Company, the charter and object of which!
tor the urpom ot erecting constructing and
maintaining a bridge and the approaches thereto
ovur the North ilranch ot tbe itusquehanna lllver.
from DOlnt at or near the Ferrv mail in i i.n mwn
ot Uioomsburg, In the county of Columbia, to a
point In Catawissa township on the opposite side
ualrf ri... In ha ban.. .......
W. Ot.M.l .U ,UW HUB WUUiJ.
ana ior these
purposes to have poaseses, and enjoy all the rights
a w. MiLUtn,
fcucurv4tUAt.r4.flli wwm ttMttti wul UUtbtruiolr
'Of ,U affMlau ot lli Ureal ud lunn. U1 ibtuti
trltlng- from unpura tlood uid xluunlluri. TLa r..Ll
and tick, mtuku llnir ttrmliut dUoaM, and atowlj dnnina-
o'l'li !"" r-o.r Ib.IrViHU Lf
tka iuumI, um (t I'arker UlBfrerTbtito, tutdelaj li daa
trou lalli, If Itj llmi It fa lavaluald lii "llln.
(aafdUwrdMt it tHmaca a4d beWalt, lo, at tUi&
IS. M MumrUlfV
TRAVERSE JURORS FOR MAY TERM
Bearer-John Frltx, IpraelSchcIL
Ucnton Hubert llulm, Ell Mcndrnhall
Bloom J I. tilrton, 1 8 Kulin. z s Bobbins, John
stickle, 0 V vanderstlcc, John Wolf.
Ilrlarcreek Eliot Adams.
Catawissa Trent creasy. Geo 8 Gilbert, Bcuben
Miller, John oberdorf, Simon noun, F I, siiuman.
Centralla M w Brcnnon, Bernard Dugan, w E
center John Kelchner, William McAllestcr.
rrauKiiu uuj-u jum-r.
Ureenwood-J U ulrton, Fchuyler Kramer, Samuel
tlMmliul. f U II.Mm.. Inlin tfitrtmat.
Iiocust Samuel Itclnboid.
Main Emanuel Mouser.
limin-W o Dewltt.
ML Pleasant v in F Crawford, George L Johnson.
Pine lAfaytlte Unger.
Scott II N White.
Sugarloat Wilson Cole.
Benton J J Karns.
Berwick W O liarnard, Oeorge A Bmlth, Isaoo
Bloom-K B Angel. A U Brlggs V II Ent, It J Mor
ris, Henry M liunert, I anicl wiser.
Brlarcreek steph n i lctteilck, o K Ferris.
Catawlsss Allen Barndt, Jacob Ilower.
Centralla David Iijko.
Center A J Kochor.
Conyngbam Patrick Haley.
Flshltgcrcek Oeorgo Heath.
Greenwood U F oitoon. J hn Lawton.
Hemlock Jtathlas Glrton.
Locustr-0 W carl, D P Ixvan.
Madison Cyrus Jlulllno,
Miniln-M 11 lletlf-r
Montour W O Johnson.
Mt. Pleasant Wcsh-y Mordan.
Orange It W Brumstetler, II J Conner, M C Vance.
Hoarlngcreek U P cnerrlngton. Amoa Snjder.
scott Alfredliwe, Charles U Lee, James D Ter-
rpHIAli LlaT FOU MAY TERM, 1888.
Ellen M Crlsmon vs John Howell and B D Lacoe:
II K lleaccck ts Hamuei T lies.
H E Ileorock vs Curry Mastcller.
Mar; E Heacock tb Phlla & Beading B B Co et al.
L II Fowler vs O D Fowler.
Andrew Fowler vs c D Fowler,
A W Creamer vs E II and It It Little.
J 11 Iloyt vs Berwick Borough
Franklin Yocum, Guardian, vs Wm J Zohner ct al
Daniel F seybert vs Gideon (1 Hosier.
itonr Aiciicnry's use vs K J M (.'Henry's odmrx.
Daniel F seybcrt vs James SDonenoere.
James Pollock s Henry William Vandersllce.
Aiaua a iianman vb wuuam r weuiver.
M A Markle vs Berwick Borough.
u F Gardner vs nioomsnunr Btiir. co.
Alfred Irvln vs Bloomsburg & f ulllvan B B Co.
Hamuei Appleman's hx'r vs Charles W .Miller.
William K Tubbs et al vs Freeman McAfee.
Allen 1) Croop vs II B Low.
Kd M David et al vs Jonas Crlsman with notice.
Henry O Snyder vs Jackson 4 Woodln MIg Co.
Bloom'burg Bonking Co vs Stephen Pobe et al.
Daniel U Spouenberg vs George K Hess.
A Warner k Co vb Weslev iinwmnn.
A Wari er ic Co vs J K Patterson.
ueo tf iecKensune use vs A A Wilson.
Geo rare W MumhT vs I. A luier nr. ra
John Moran vs James Barry's ndmrx.
a a iuuu b Mm vs v ra a Kile.
Wm Brtce co vs Mrs K Hatfr.
Charles W Cole vs Ezeklei cole.
W-OTICE IN DIVORCE.
Maggie Glrton, by her next friend, Bernard Sum
ner vs. unanes uirion.
In the Court of Common plea? of Columbia coun-
iV.ao. Tt, vec. iprm, 1BS7.
To Charles Glrtou. respondent above named :
Whereas, upon the petition or libel of the said
Maggie Glrton, above named, a subpoena being
awarded by the Court of Common Pleas of said
county, a subpoena issued out of the said court,
commanding you, tho said Charles Glrton, to be
and appear at the next regular term ot said court,
to show cause, If any you have, why the said libel
lost should sot bo divorced from the bonds ot
matrimony which she has contracted with you,
agreeably to the prayer of tne petitioner j and,
whereas, upon the return of the sold subpeena, due
proof was mado that .: on could not bo found or
served with the same In the bailiwick of the sher-
in or saia county ; wnereupon an anas rubpeena
was awarded by said court commanding you to be
ana appear ai me nex I regular term or said court
to answer, ic, as aforesaid, to which the same
return was made br the sheriff.
OU are therefore renulnd tn hA anil nnnpnr nn
the flrsr day ot regular term of said court, to be
ucm ni. diuuujsuuik, lur IUD M11U UUUiliy, on lllu
first Monday of May next, A. 1)., Ib8 to answer
said complaint aforesaid.
Sheriffs office, Bloomsburg, Pa., Mar. 80, 188s.
OTICE IN DIVORCE.
Maggie Magdeburg, by her next friend J. n. Vos-
tme. vs. Frederick Magdebur.
In the Court of Common Pleat of Columbia coun
ty, .o. m, jjec. irnn, 1887.
To Frederick Macdebunr. resnondent nhnv-A
Whereas, unon the petition or libel of thn nnM
Maggie Magiteburg, above named, a subpoena be
ing awarded by the court of Common Pleas of
said county, a subpeena Issued out of tho said
court, commanding you, the snld Frederick Mar-
deburg. to be and appear at the next regular
w-rra or saia couru iu enow cause, it any you nave.
wny me soia UDenont rnouia not be divorced from
the bonds of matrimony which she has contracted
with you, agreeably to the prayer ot tho petition
er; ana, wnore&s, upon me rerurn or tne said
subpoena, due proof was mado tbat yo i could not
be found or served with the same In the bailiwick
ot the sheriff of said cou ity ; whereupon an alias
Buupwun HHanHuiuro uy saiu court, command
ing you to be and appear at tbe next regular term
ot said court, to answer. &c, as aforesaid, to
wuicu iuu Hume reiuru was inoafl oy me Bnenn.
You are therefore reaulred to be and nnnejir nn
tbe nrst day of regular term of said court, to be
held at Bloomsburg, for tbe sold county, on the
first Monday of May next. A. I)-, tsaa. tn nn-pr
boiu vutupmuib ntuicoaiu.
QAAiuitLi thi ni. snena.
Sheriff's office, Bloomsburg, Pa., Mar, so, l8ss.
Wholly unlike artificial systems.
Any book learned In one reading.
Classes of 1097 at Baltimore and 1003 at Detroit.
liM at Philadelphia, large classes ot Columbia
law students, at rale, vi euesiey. obei tin. Univer
sity of Penn., Michigan Pnlverslty, Chautauqua,
ca, ic Endorsed by Blchard Pro tor, the Helen
tlst. Hons. W. W. Astor, Judab P. Benjamin,
Judge Gibson. Dr. Brown. E. 11. Cook. Prlncmal
N. Y, Mtato Normal College, 4c The system Is
perfectly taught by corresDondence, Ii-ospoctus
luaiimimuimur, mioaiia, mi cum Ave.,
new luik. uiarouuiu
E P PS'S
You will Savo
AND WILL cyiip
Cream BalmH AY-EEVE R
A particle Is annlled Into each nostril and Is
usHrauio. i rice ou cents at aruggisis; Dy mail,
repstored, 60 cents. ELY BUOTIIKlts, 13s Green,
wicb St., Npw York, maruodit.
A NNUAL: STATEMENT
TOWN OF llLOOMSnURQ,
FOR TUB YEAIt ENDING M ABCII Slst, IBS".
Bonds due Aug i, is8...
" Jan 1, 1S88. ..
I 200 00
10 0 00
reuy l, ta.
1, IMfl .
I, 11)00 780 00
- i, IWl
' 1, 11MJ ..,
' 1, 1U03....
" " " 1, I9'1. ..,
" " " 1, 105..,,
" ' " 1, IW
f 15019 00
VALUATION OF TAXABLE PBOPBU1Y IN
Beal Estate $ 1,119.8.13
1 121,515 00
Two per cent ot the above
Balance on duplicate otirrM t
' " ' ' 1K8S
" " " " 187
Due trom sundry persons on
Due from estate J II liar,
man sewer permit r. . t
Due firm J 1 Fowler (0 W
Ulller) sewer permit.,,.
Due from sundry persons on
Orders ot 188 outstanding I a t
" "1884 " too
" "18BS 833 88
" "18S " 117 Si
" "1S87 91ou.
Coupons No's tt and 73 ot 18s&-
f unpiid....,., a oo
Coupons oi 18S0-7 due and un. '
paid...',,; r..7... 15 34
Amount of funded, sent
brought, forward-,. ....
Total inaebtednesi , titSM
HHwivM boone, collector wr w.
To balance on duplicate.
m, c. woodwabd, collector tor issa.
' To balanoe on duplluau..., mi
By xonernlloni allowed I
By cash paid H P Vannalta,
Balanco duo ,
ii. c. woonwAnD, collector for im.
To amount ot duplicate dsmii
By cash paid 11 P Vannatta
treasurer. I 700 SI
P. VANNATTA, Treasurer for 19ST tn account
wltb tho Town ot Bloomsburg.
To amount of ux roll for '8T..$ IKS M
tcc'u irom wm
Chrlsman late treasurer
being balance. 8 39
To amount ree'd from bonds
negotiated issue ot oct
To amount s'ate tax collected
on bonds. KM
To amount reo'd from BFZarr
late prcs t for sewer per
To amount ree'd from h F Zarr
late prcs'l for show licens
To amount received from V 8
iiarraan pres t for sewer
To amount, received trom P H
liarman prest for show 11
renscs and nnea ..... .
Toam. rec'd from O W Mil
ler lor shovellnir snow
To amount ree'd From David
inner per M c wood
wxrdondunllcateof 'RS... 111(0
To amount ree'd from David
vv inner on duplicate ot '85. M 70
To amt reo'd from M v Wood-
ward on duplicate of 1886., 17S3W
To amt reo'd from M O Wood
ward on duplicate of 1887., too n
' HMOS 08
P. Vannatta, Treasurer for 18T tn account wltb
the Town ot Bloomsburg.
By amt ot duplicates 'of M '.C Wood-
wara collector for jtr, oeing amv
uncollected by treasurer on tax
By amt ot orders paid during
tne year,... ..... ..... .
By amt ot coupons paid dur
ing the year
By amt of bonds paid during
tne year viz:
By amt of treas commission
onf4t3.ifG9 per cent
By amt of treas commission
on ts OS no m 1 Der cent..
Balance In hands ot treas
f 18643 67
Amount from Wm Chrlsman
late treas. sas
Amount collected on tax roll
Amount reo'd from bonds
neirottated 5000 uu
Amount ot state tax collected
on bonds lftu?
Amount ree'd from B F Zarr
late pres't tor sewer per
mits . iooo
Amount trom B F Zarr late
pres't tor show licenses . 5 ou
Amount from P 8 Harman
crest sower permit now
Amount from P 8 liarman
Dres't show licenses. o 62 25
Amount, from O W Miller
shoveling snow S3
Amount trom Davtd Winner
per m c Woodward on
duDllcate of 1883 911 SO
Amount from David Winner
onuuD icateotisssinruii xstu
Amount from M Woodward
on dunllcatn lfwl 17.UB0
Amount trom M C Woodward
on uup icate 1887 .ou 5.
t 1215 37
Wm Bldleman late corn's for
March 188T 4 7a
Peter BUlmeyer corn's M7 89
Sundry persons for labor.... 122315
Sundry persons for bauUng
nine stone gpawis .... ioi v
8 Mensch weighing spawls 48 TS
C Eck for 2502 tons spawls 13 10
v wnitenlght lor building
A Jacoby flag stone for
Abraham Snyder repairing
pump at Forks.
Sundry persons tor pick and
liarman & Basse rt cast plates
Freight on terra cotta pipe
ior arain in coti town
A nutcblns co for terra
cotta mpe tor same
Creasy wells for lumber...
w iiunvsn narawarera ..
sundry persons tor smithing
u Williams snow snoveis
EKrum for sand
t 45S9 49
CONSTABLE AND POLICE.
0 Woodward services
" " arrests and
Daniel l-aycock late chief ot
ltollce in March.
Wesle y Knorr chief ot police
u Freas et ai assistant po
sundry rjersons for hauUnir
ana laoor i
A llutchlns ft Co terra
Sundry persons for powder
Sundry persons tor smithing
sundry persons damsgesfrom
Freight on sewer pipe
Central Penna Telephone Co
three messages to wyom-
t 1413 81
MISCELLANEOUS FIRX DirAKTHIKT.
Bent paid I w nartman to
Apni i, ii tor liescue
Hook and Ladder Co t SO 00
Rent paid Columbia county
toJanii88T to 00
Bent paid Columbia oounty
to Deo l 1887 lor uescue
Hook and Ladder Co
Rent paid J J Hrower to
April 1 1887 for Friendship
Bent paid appropriation to
Winona for 188,
Paid Bloomsburg Water Co for use ot
fire hydrants - ..
Paid Bloomsburg Gas Co for gas con
sumed. Paid Samuel Neyhard services as town
Paid G E F.lwell rent for council room
to jan l, 1883
Paid M o Sloan ft Bro repairing buggy
broken tn cave on second street. . . .
Paid sundry persons cleaning council
Paid sundry persons coal, lock. up. . .
Paid sundry persons ler street lamps
Paid Samuel Neyhard services as secre
tary Paid Samuel Neyhard making tax roll
Paid Samuel Neyhard preparing annual
statement and clerking tor auditors
Paid M u Woodward serving tax notices
i-uiu.-uoyer isros rent ior iocic-up to
June 1 1887.
Paid s A Petrlkln ft Co rent for pound
lu April i imi
P Id On y J acoby for swearing president
oi town council ana tOKing two ac
knowledgments Paid I W ncKelvy and 1 8 Kuhn et al
interest on over aue oraers nos n
Paid o w sterner for rcordlng release
lorngntoi wav ror storm water
sewer from second street to Flab
creek Paid o W Neal executor nf Emma n
neai aamages aswwea in wiacDing
Ltghtstreet road and Interest No 5
Paid Anna I) Ulllmeyer damages aosess-
ruin wiaening L.ignTstreet roaa ana
interest no 5 Dec term IhSJ.
Paid Anna D Dll'raeyer and 8 A Petrt-
Kin proo eaig same as above no, s
Deo term 1883
Paid li'dgment of JC Kamsvs Town ot
Diuuinsourg no wi -ept term iskc
and interest asslcned u in Ikeier
Fold Wm ErlckbaumpubUshlngtonnual
Paid Elwell ft Blttenbender publishing
annual statement fto.
Paid J (I Brown publishing annual
Paldc G B rklev solicitor
Patd Dent ler maker and Garrison aud
itor.) tor legs
Fald Judgment Bloomsburg Gas co vs
Town or uioomsburg NO 121 Kept
Paid on account of orders outstanding
Paid on account of orders outstanding
1 tor 1885
Paid on account of orders outstanding
Paid bonds ,
Interest paid during the year, viz: cou
pons Interest paid ou over due order No. 7
Paid state Treasurer tax on loans....
Commission to treasurer .,.,.....,
uaiance in nanas oi ireuaui er.
Total expenditures f 14774
Doluct orders outstanding , tlit
Leaves amount equalling receipts t 18445
SAMUEL NEY1I AUD. P. S. II AMI AN.
we, the undersigned auditors of tbe Town
Bloomsburg met Monday and Tuesday ittn a
t7tb ot March im. and do hereby certify that '
met Monday and Tuesday ittn
nave examined tne rpregoing accounts ana iiai
Uiepta and and them correct and do approve
.nd hnd them correct and do anm
same. We also report that we find the books.
naoera and nunll arcJlve of the Town nave
and still are unprotected from 'are and burglars
from the want of a proper place' ot deposit, and.
nurchasd of a safe for the safe keenlur or tha aakii
and would further urge a proper Indexing ot and
purchase ot Index Books for eneedr reference to
minute and other papers relating to tbe business
or tue town.
WM. E. KINKKIL
April ms 1 Atyton.
OF UNSEATED LANDS.
IN COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENNA.
tir Ttrtun ntnundrr acta of the General Assem
bly of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, rela'.
log to the sale of seated and unseated lands In t he
county ot Columbia, etc., for taxes due and un
aid. I win oner to puono saie in tne uourt uoue,
me town oi uiooomouiy, uu
MONDAY, JUNE 11th, 188.
in owioek. a tn. The following described nieces
land, or such part thereof as may be necessary
to satisfy tbe amount of taxes 'due ana unpaid
against the sune, and continue the samerfrom
diy to day as the same may bo found necessary.
TE11MU OP BALE.
tha aannnnt. of tflxen and coats must be bald
when the land h struck off or the sale may b void
and the property put up and resold.
Acrea. Warrantee or owners Twpn
l!4l Columbia u ot 1 Co ....Beaver
t 14 tO
1 lot ueuver cnanen uu....
(lota Beaver Jesse .do....
5 Biookway Abbotu....do....
lis " " oo.. .1
Slots ur cawny u u uu...
3 lotc Butt ft Unger do,.,.
llt Bogart Mary. do,...
slots Boyer F 8 do ...
49 Cox C 8 Ex Tench Cox. do.....
isa " " " " ..do....
837 " "' " " ..dO ..
gra " " ..do,...
S67 " " " " ..do....
a iota crossing ratncit uu....
Hot cannon it.. do ...
100 Downs Martin. ....do......
is " Jonn ..uu.,..
a lots Hvans lu-ecc. uu...
8 " Flanagan A do....
3 " FreyWB do....
lot Gcarbart William do....
Slow ' ' do......
5 " Hoffman EG .....do....
3 " llarnerfi Jester......... ...do.. ,
60 Hauck Jonathan..... do....
CO Boats Jonn uu....
3J0 HlnderUter Sarah A ao. . . .
3 lots uuniKuas. uu....
slots Henry George. .....do......
1 lot Kline A do....
2 lota Lev is Frank do,..
3 lots Lawrence w it. do....
soo Mann S MBlcr. do....
to Mensinger samuei ao....
loo Mclteynolds W II.. do. . . .
Slots Mastuwuuam. ao....
140 Nungtssor George do. ..
Slots Patterson jc ..ao....
Slots Price Clarence do....
a Rice Abraham...... do....
im " do..
4-93 lota Buthford, Samuel Co.,.-do....
a iota ...uu......
2is Swank Daniel. do....
140 schweppenbelserIK .... do....
8 anuman s aucnaei uu....
3 lota schlchJ J do...
slots Smith J W. do....
slou scott Peter do. ..
10 UlsapherGeo do. ..
2SC3 west B Coal Co. qo..
Slots wctzeios ao.....
I lot Wood Augustus. do......
si Ulsapber George ...do..,.
Slow Kioseww ao...
ilots Wood Augustus do....
10 Losee Jessce .do....
el shumanFL. - do....
28 Brelsch Co do....
Slots Prout Stephen dec'a ...... ao....
25 Wells John Benton
S8 Clem Bev W T Brlarcreek
300 Doty. Poalers Stewart ao..
sso " " " ..do..
" 41 " ..do...
" " ..do
Edwards Henry J do, . . .
Evans Francis. do,...
Fowler Gilbert do....
Fro as Jesse B do......
Freas Fannie do....
Lamon Joseph. ...do....
Kemp Daniel... .do...
Bobbins EU do....
8tackhou.se Jos Est do....
Stackhouse C J M do. ..
Hitler 11 II do....
K ot 230 Shatter ft Kelchner ..do....
acauj ler turn mary uu....
Stout Eilas do,...
Edwards Martha J do. . . .
Yost Emanuel. ..do
Doty, Stewart ft 8woyze..do....
Adams Henry. do....
Bower Isaiah do..,.
K oo ns Goo M. ........do....-
IIoUopeUrD F do....
Dodson J B do....
Shuman Beuben Catawissa
Weaver EUas do....
Dornbacb Margaret. do....
Klner Bobert , ..... do. .. .
Newell Fred....i do....
ciewell Joseph Est do. ..
Shuman Ellas. do....
Harder Thomas E. do....
Ilower Moses do. . . .
Barrett Mary. CcntraUa
Gerogbty Thomas. do...
. - 'J ...... do....
neffran Philip.. ....do,.,.
Knell John do....
Leblghft Mahanoy K B....do....
McKlnney Charles,.... do....
Steel Geo W ao....
Sweeney Margaret do. . . .
Walsh David do....
" " do..,.
Adams Enos L....
2 lots Brobst Thomas do.
Fowler John F do......
Good Jacob Jo...
Uagenbuch William do..
or iuiv.au. .
Hoffman William Est do..
Keller Daniel. do.,
Mcllenry Dorcas. do....
Sponsler Jacob do.,..
Klrkendall ft creasy. do....
Beam Joshua.. ..Conyngham
Bresllne Bernard. do....
Slots Dreisbach Lewis do....
112 Huston Johu... do....
323 Kline John L.... ...do....
2 lots Kramer A w ao..
Lelby Charles. do....
Millard OU do ...
McGulre Terronce do.,..
Morris Annie B do....
Monroe John do.,..
Trlen Jacob do....
young jonn. ao....
Walker Lewis. do
2 lots BUUuan Geo W do....
1 " Kress Margaret do,...
9 " Relnbold w u do....
1 60 Doty, Pealer ft Stewart . . . F'hck
60 " uo....
100 Blelsh Beuben. do....
75 rowierjonn tr ao......
90 Farver George. do.,..
90 Harrison John do.
SOO Hoffman Freas. .. do....
250 Hulme William do.....
140 i emou i nomas ao. . . .
200. Kindt John ft Co ....do......
ee juciienry ciii uaniei....ao .....
EO Bobbins W A do. .
X oisuu snaners K.eicnner.....ao.,
Pealer George. .do....
wnitenignt wiuiam. do....
Pealer 8J .do....
Cleaver Wellington.. ..Franklin
Vougbt James.. ...,, do....
" E UowelL do
Bohrbacb wuuam do.....
Blbby James .do,...
VostineJll .... ....do....
Monnardl George do...,
llayhurst Ezra heirs. do .
Blbby Augustus do..,.
Albortson Miles ft Uartley
Berry John do,...
Dorr Iram....v... do....
McEwen II J. ...... ...do....
Appleman Lloyd Hemlock
" William .. ..... do....
" Hugh w do..
Brugler Ellsha do
Campbell N L do....
Emmott A J..... do.,..
McBrtdeH D do....
Neal ft Pursel do....
Puraeli Isioo (1 do
Co anget Mrs Charlea do. , . .
Wright LevL do.,..
Jones David. do
Black p D Jackson
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Miller Charles W...
Parker ft Co...,
Meeker Ellas do....
BlUngton Charles. Locust
twwait ueorge ao .,
Everbart John .
Hughes '"right Est.,
liulp ft McWllUam
Huston Mary.... .......
Reynolds John .... ....
Stlne Adam w
Beagle George .........
Johnson Chester... ... do......
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Ueydemick Tobias do,...
Masters 1) ft W do...
Miller v, b do..,
Graham Edward ..do....
Brockwayft Knt Main
ntnderlltter Henry do.,..
Shuman John -in
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S. t nw ao.,.,
pyder Abraham do.,,,
human W T,... do ....
8waru,Shepp ft Co do....
Isaac ,, do
Torbert wuuam Jdo'J.'.
Shuman Beuben ...do......
Mouer Michael do..
Blttenbender Jacob. Mifflin
Kramer A W.., do ...
I.uu Catherine do
Mlphael Joseph ft. Peter F,do ....
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Ooraon'Joan N , do!...
Crouse lllratn Andrew Jr
Jacoby ft Bupert do.....
" famuel ..do
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Uagenbuch Jeremiah tet-.do,.,.
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" Mary. do....
Hew Jcirmlfiti do..,,
Colema' GeorgoKst. do..,,
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Roberta ft Coic do
Boughner Peter... Hoarlngcreek
Brclsch Jacob do
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Dllanlaln Fjeklel .. .
Felterman ft llcrblno
Ilenston John ,
Navlnger Jonathan do ,
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Mi'iup Abraham do .. ,.
McMIUlan M M do ...
witchey John. do
Trlen Jacob do...
Buckalew Evan sugarloat
Colo Thomas B. ........ do
Cbapln i F. do..,,
Custard Mary.... . .
Hess, crevellnir ft Co.
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Mcllenry Bohr do..,.
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GEOItGE A. IIEItltING,
OF SEATED LANDS
IN COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENNA.
Also at thn nnme time nml nlnee thn following
lots, pieces and parcels ot seated lands, returned
by the tax collectors, are to bo sold under the pro
visions of an Act or Assembly, entitled, "An Act
relating to the sale ot lands for tax In Columbia
County," approved March 5th, 1868,
Acres. Owners. Twp's. Taxes.
118. Kaso ft wolverton .... Beaver. 3710
Hot Kchrlber Henry do,... 137
Philips Catharine do.... 175
23 Mann A W do.... 2S.1
I BhoadsPetvr do.... 3 18
4 Bankes Daniel do... 20
1 lot lursel Mrs E B Bloom . 42 oo
l " Gulnn George. do.... 210
1 " Behamjohn do.... 4 03
10 Price Jonas Catawissa,. 23
1 lot Keller Sarah centre.. 73
393 cummlngs It M ft Co Con'y'm
4P0 Cuny Ellen do....
400 Murphy, Hughes ft CO..UO,,..
Klot Mcltale John It do..
1 " Collier Michael do....
1 " Casey Lawrence do....
X " Dougherty Mary. do....
a VoughtlrwlnB... .Franklin..
8t Moore A L Greenwood..
64 Albertaon David G Est .do ...
100 Wand John A...... Hemlock
100 Rhone Michael Jackson...
35 Chamberlain Lewis do,...
75 " .... do..,.
S3 Young LewlsO ..do...,
6.1 " " do....
so Glassmyer Francis E..Locust
tl Lonnon Geo W Est do....
ISO RvcsCW Madison., .
170 mil Jesse do....
6 Houser ft Kroom do....
Eckroat Charles Est Mlfllln...
Ilower Charles E.. Mt 1'1's't..
Hess John line..
Kline ft Patterson do....
Lyons Newton do....
Matt John.. do....
rarker John 11 do....
Frlck G A Est.... do....
Hess Lavlna Sugarloat .
Albertson Jesse. . do
Kline Abnerw an....
Crevellng j n lo....
Bhultz Ellas do....
Bedllne 11 F do....
g. A. iimtuiNU, Treas.
Treasurer's Office, Bloomsbu'g, March 23, 1888.
Do Your Own Dyeing, al Home, with
PEERLESS DYES !
They will dye everything. They are sold every,
where. Price 11c, a package. 40 volors. They
nave no equal for strength, brightness, amount
In packages, or for fastness ot color, r non-tadlng
qualities They do not crack or smut. For sale
by Moyer Bros, and Jas. II. Mercer. febl7rly.
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leg the last half century. Not
least among the wonders of In
ventlv, Droirressls a met bod and
system of work that can do wi formes all over the
country without separtlng the workers from their
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either sex, yonng or old; no special ability re-
uiira. uaniiai net necueu; you urc staru-u ireu.
Cut this nut and return to us and wo will send
you free, something ot great value and Import
ance to you, that wUl start you In buslness,whlch
win onng yom in more money rigat away, tuau
onvthlnff else In thn w orld. Grand outfit free.
Address Trux ft Co., Augusta, Maine. lydec30
Whw tjiunjlil vlth thorn annorlng IrremiWrUtM a
f rqanur foUomas a eoldorciponura, or fromOon
Mltatloul WaaknMsM ao peculiar to their mi, ihoald
Usa OR, DuOHOINE'S Celebrated.
FEMALE REGULATING PILLS.
Thar on StrengtnanlnB to the entlry retem. Impart
lone, vigor and magnetic, force toall fanotloneot body
ind mind. Bent br mall, aecurelr eealH, 41. Addrftu,
)r. Hartor Medicine Co., ST. LOUIS, M0.
namo on a paokago of COFFCE Is n,
gaarantee of excellence-
COFFEE is kept In all ftrst-clas3
stores from the Atlantic to tho Pacific.
Is never good when exposed to tho air.
Always buy thlsbrandlnhermstloHlly
sealed ONS POUND PAOICACtKS.
4.C0 to 050
1 00 1 CO
5 to 7
Wheat per bushel.,
Bye " " ..
Lard per lb
Yluegar per gal
Onions per bushel.,
Wool per lb
. Coal on Waiiir.
No ! 12.00: Nos 2. 8, & Lump 98.25
No. 5 $3.00 Bltumlnu" $8.25
Hew Yok pliKExs.
New York. April 10, 1888.
With the exception of a lew lines of pro.
duce the market assumes a healthy tone
aud although receipts aro comparatively
heavy on some articles, yet fair prices are
being obtained. Anything very choice and
desirable will exceed present fjuotallons.
Butter market rather quiet owing to liberal
receipts. State creamery palls und tubs
are held at 20 to 28c : extra 25 to 27c ;
good 83 lo 24o Cheese, fancy, 12 to 18c,
choice U to llc. Eggs lu liberal supply
and Mate and fa worth to-day 10 to 17c.
There U a tnlr supply of dressed poultry
undtonn weak. Choice fresh killed tur
keys 18c. Choice chickens and fowls 11 to
14c. Ducks 12 to 15c. Qeeso 10 lo 12c.
Broilers 85 to 00c p. r lb, ns to fire and
tjUHllty Capons 20 tn 25. Few dressed
calveg arriving and strictly prlrao stock
ruling from 0 to lOo i fair to choice 0 to 8c.
Game In liberal supply and wild ducks,
canvaa back, 1 00 to 1 50 per pair. Tamu
squabs 2 75 to 4 00 per doz. The market
opens rather quiet ou potatoes and prices
unchanged. Itose, choice, 2 75 to 8 25 a
bbl. hebroo and buibank 2 25 to 2 75.
Sweet potatoes 4 00 lo 4 25. Hussla tur
nips 1 00 to 1 60. No material change to
note in the market oo beans. Marrow In
fair supply and ruling from 2 05 to 3 70
Medium 9 65. WliIteTdrtney 2 80 to 2 85 :
red 1 75 to 1 95. IVas 2 85 to 2 U0. Mark
eta most at a standstill ou evaporated
apples and fancy worth from 0 to lOo,
latter dlfllcult to roach, fair to choice 7 to
8,o- Cherries 10 to 22c. ltaspberrlea 25
to 8To. Blackberries 8J to Oo. Bolh bay
and straw In good demand, receipts being
light and prices tlrro. Prime hay worth
00 to 05o t mixed grades 05 lo 81c. Hyo
straw 63 to 05c, as to quality. Beeswax
In moderato supply and eellln, from 221 to
24n. Maple sugar 0 to lOo per ltj syrup
05 to 76o per esllon. Furs substantially
the same. Beaver 2 00 to 8 60. Mink 60o
to 1 00. Skunk 40c to 1 10. Fox 05o to
1 60. Coon 60c to 1 00 Mtiikrat 19 lo 18c