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COLUMBIAN DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
J.g.lttintaitr., j- Mtori.
FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1888.
Two now war vessels for the Uni
ted States navy wore launohed at
Cramp's ship yard, Philadelphia, last
Saturday. Thoy aro the oruisor Vesu
vius and tho gunboat .Yorktown. A
largo number of Senators and oongres-
men were present, and the laanoh was
witnessed by 20,000 people.
Demooratio Bute Convention.
The Demooratio State Convention
of Pennsylvania will meet at Harris
burg on Wednesday May 23rd. 1888.
at 10 o'olook A. M, to nominate a can
didate for Judge of the Supreme Court,
two Kleolors at-largo and one Elector
9mKM tin An I Inn rmi..innal 1 liatrin. In I
" UU y"uBl- i
select four delegates at-large and two
delegates trom eaoh Congressional
Distriot to the Democratic National
Convention to be held at St. Louis on
tho 6th day of Juno 1888; and to trans
act tmoh other biuinoss a, according
to the rules and usages of tho party,
may properly come beforo it.
The representation in tho Conven
tion will consist of representative del
egates, one for eaoh one thousand Dem
ocratic voice cast for Governor at the
last Gubernatorial elostion, or for a
fraction of one thousand votes amoun
tine to five hundred or more, in the
resnootlve renresentatlvo district, pro
vided that eaoh representative distriot
shall have at least one delegate.
Philadelphia, Pa. April 21 1888.
Benj. M. Nbad, Eluott P. Kisneb,
Sec Chair. Dem. State Com,
The New York License Bill-
Anew license bill' has passed both
branobes of tho New York Legislature
and now awaits the approval of Uovcr-
nor Hill to make it a law. While his
motion is not free from doubt, it is gen
erally expected that he will sign tho
Tho new law provides for a Board
of Exciso in eaoh county with power
to grade and grant lioense. A liquor
nt iin..nM in
license for the
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ale beer, etc, ranges
fnm Hi HI M I -n I
iiuiu vwv I
tl.000 per annum, and a beer license
for tho sale of wines, ale beer, ranges
from $100 to $400, as the Board of L.r
cise shall determine in eaoh locality.
fri,.n r ,nni ho firH
4IIICT6. vu.,.. - I
I lU T3.A in n.nk nn..n7 ojilh thn 1
rate ranging between 8300 and $1,000
" to . .
rxm Imnnp n nil hatmoan 1 1 II Ann 34 1 II I I
for beer. I
mi. : wn tr.
iUVrO 11 Ultlt; til Uio ucn una w ive-
triot the sale of drinks boyon.l the pie-
ent law, except tho higher rate oi no-
r .v.-. nr., v-t, v,in I
euro, x rttubiuauv, wj un . u...
nnfthfl nuesiion of license entirely
in the discretion of tho Board of Ex-
cine, excent as to the price of thelicen-
n. and that oan varv from 8800 lo $1.
000 for liquor and from $100 to $400
for beer, as
the Board shall decide.
Appointed Uhief Justice.
hkllvilijc w. IULLKB, op CHICAGO, to
succeed me. waite. i
The president on Monday sent to i
the senate the nomination of Melville
W. Fuller, of Illinois, to be chief jus-
tice of the United states, vice vr aiie i
deceased. Judge Fuller is a personal I
friend of tho president, and is well
known in Washington from his fre-1
qnent visits on business beforo the
supreme court, tie was not an appii-
cant, and has not been in Washington
since tho death of Chief Justice VVaito.
Mr. Fuller is a iudge of ability and
stands high as a conservative demo
crat. He is about 60 years of ago, and
has made a number of able arguments
before the supreme court, lie is look
ed upon as the leader of the Chicago
bar and his reputation is mainly ol a
local legal character. It is slated that
Senators Callum and Farwell have
assured the president that they will
voto for the confirmation of Judge
Chicago. April 30. Mr. Fuller was
dininir with sorao friends at the
Iroonois olnb when fonnd by an Associ
ated Press reporter. He had no inti
mation whatever of tho nomination,
and was so overcome nt the announce
ment that for some momenta he oould
utter nothing more than an eiclama
tlon of surprise. lie requested that
he be not pressed for an extended in -
terviow, saying that be was not in con-
dition to talk
nomination bad come so unexpectedly.
He, however, stated that ho could not
decline the nomination.
In his practice in tho Supreme court
of the TJuited States Mr. Fuller, the
nowly appointed chief justice, has re
peatedly come in contact, both as a
colleague and an opponent with
t In ...a .L... .in,!..Lii ..t
5 .7C.. "'r;i7' h.;u
lawvclB uuu una uuvci laucu iw mvu
,mX u wiir rasra
that court and well intorraed tn we
history ol our country and especially
on constitute, a questions. The nomi-
nation of Me vil o VV. duller, oi
uBiiuu ui i i;,aA
.i i - .t... f
the leading men of I
gaiisiaouon uv hid icau..iH
both parties. Mr. Fu er s n every
Mr. Fuller is in every
respeat fitted to fill the high office to
wniou no lias ueeu uuiuiutu.
The President's Knowledge of Men-
"I would like." said Tim Campbell,
of New York, "to see tho man who
would go to the White House on an er
rand like the Chief Justiceship appoint
ment and oome back with a full knowl
edge, or with any knowledge, of what
thePresidont iulended to do. One
thing," fcaid ho , " I notiood and it as-
tonished me. Mr. Cleveland has a
woudorful knowledge of tho men of
this country. Now. at that interview
a great many names ot good lawyers
were mentioned to him, aod in every
case ho seemed to know more about
tho man than was known by the ono
who auggtsted tho name Washing
Late Snow In The Northwest.
St, Paul . April 29,-After throe dajs
of rain it began snowing this evening
and at 0 I . JU. still continues, apec
tals from St. Peter, Minn., Yaukton and
Canton, Dak., report a damp snow
falling. This is the latest snow of any
Spring for Ave years in South Dakota.
Wbilo it may delay seeding somewhat
it will not damage crops Already in tho
ground. Tho rains have raised the
WifConBin and Chippawa Itivers,
causing considerable apprthension and
From our Regular Correspondent.
Washington, April 30th, 1888.
Cleveland and Gray is a favorite
ticket with a creat many democrats in
(ontm'RP. and at this time, it looks
very inuou as it mis same iickoi
might bo tho olioico of the St. Louis
Convention. New York and Indiana
havo alwava made a winning combina
tion for tho democrats, Tildcn and
Hendricks in 1870, Cleveland and
Hendricks in 1884, and why not Clove
land and Grey in 1888.
Scorctary Whitney of tho Navy
Department is noted for his llborallty.
Hh n.vor docs anvthlng on a mall
scale. On Saturday last ho utmrtcrt'd
at his own expense two special 'rains
and carried 350 Uongresameii, omciais
and newspaper mon over to Phllodcl-
phln to witness tlie launching t too
first vessels for tho now Navy, thu
Yorktown and tho Dynamito cruller.
The tar it is the absorbing theme in
the IIooso of Representatives, whero
it will hold tho right of way for tho
next fortn cht. So far revenue rn
formers bave no reason to bo ashamed
of the figures made by their champions
in lllO IlbTlll. II UTCIJ TUIWI IW Hi"
, rv oujd rearl the debate on both
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nidpg up to tno prcseni lime ana eipiiny
understand the question at issue, tbeio
is not much doubt as to what tho Issuo
would be. Representative 1'orU, ot
Miohigan, made some telling points
in his speech on Thursday. or insta
nce, ho said: "A tariff which gives a
comparatively small number of men
the right and opportunity to tax mill-
ions of our citizens 4 per com more
than their coods will sell for in the
open market oan not fail to havo tho
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result OI DUUUlug uu aim iuaiuniuiui
vast monopolies and trusts, whoso en
ormous profits are swellod and increas
nrl hv the tribute which tho tariff au
thorize them to levy upon the pocketH
of the neonle. Congress has no ngni
to take the part of a few manufactures
against tho great, ooay oi consumers,
Tint that is iust what has been done.
Our war tariff declares for high price
for the producer of iron, low prices for
tho produoer of corn; high prices for
the produoer of glass, low prices for
the produoer of wheat Tho present
tariff aims to securo to a few manutac
tares a disnosal of tbeir goods at
On Friday, Mr. ,'rarnsey, or micm
gan, who has boon olairaed by tho
rcnnblicans to be opposed to the Mills
bill on account of its putting lumber
and salt on the free list, made a Bpeecn
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nlacinr? himseil in lino wnn uio x rei-
. TT a.iili til hnlnnrv In tlin.
I It" II L. IIO BU1U. uv.v fi -
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SOhOOl 01 pontics wnicn oenovra iu cui
lnntlnc from the American peo
pie so much money as is necessary for
the Droncr and economical administra-
t on ot the uovernmeni, ami noi, u
, , .T.!.l. II .!,
DeVOEU. ilBHUtr luvocu uui wiu ti
tleman'on my sideof the House are free
a ova fair IraHora Wfl tim.
LrauuiC TO I
Poae to continue custom hoaso taxation
hnt we will revise exiBlincr laws bo as
to bring taxrs down to the bare hoe
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incr the laws nlace the duty nigbem on
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the luxuries of life and lowest on lifes
necessities" . ,, ,
un ueoorauon Uay x reiuoi.w vibvU
land will review the Urand Army
tho Repnblio parade in Brooklyn
Gmi. Jospoh K. J"hnton, our
sent Commissioner of Railroads,
the highest in rank of living officers of
the Confederate army, has been, at his'
own request, elected an honorary and
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contributing member of E. D. Baker
f08t U. A. iv. or rouaaeipnia. ne
is tho onlv ex-Confederate soldier who'
has ever been received into the rank
0f a Grand Army Post.
Speaker Carlisle's expected speech
on the tariff is being anxiously awai
Secretary Fairohilds is opposed to.
leaning fractional currenoy.
bin has been favorably reported
t0 he Senate whioh provides for Ih
erection of a pnblio building in every
town where the gross postal receipts
havo averaged $3,000 per annum dur
ing the past thrco years.
Senator Voorhees made a speech on
tho President's meesago in tho Senate
last week that has attraoted consider
able attention on account of the plain
ness of some of its statements in
gird to the treatment of the South
He also made an eloquent defense of
Gens. McCIellan and Hancock, reoenU
ly attacked by the calumnious Senator
from Kansas, Mr. Ingalls.
The agreement to appropriate
quarter of a million dollars for repi
scntation of the United States at the
Paris International Exposition of 1889,
is ono of the interesting events of the
week in the Senate.
Both the Senate and the House
have passed tho bill to prohibit book
I and pool making in Washington and
1 Georgetown. This is a game in which
Senators and Members of Congress are
I extent as they
I race traok beyond the city limits,
A Eomarkable Feat-
lim. WE1ISTER FOX TRANSPLANTS
Dr. L. Webster 1 ox, ophthalmic sur
geon of the Germantown Hospital. Sat
i j j.i !
I nriijur. nflrfnrmpd thn rari anramn fpt
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K .7"-"N.r'-T, ".C
, pH , . , nriann
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Germany, and Dr. Fox wiinet-sed ono
the two operations. The subj-c,
was a servant girl whose sight was ob-
,,i i, . f .i,i..
"". " n
Iiatient and the rabbit wero both sub
ectod to aunjsthetif s.and an exceedingly
delicate iuMrument wilh a clockwork
attachment was used tor the purpose
of boring into tho eye. Tho point
whero a piece of human eye was re
moved is directly in front of the pupil
and tho piece substituted was taken
from (he corresponding point in tho
rahbits's eye. The rabbit, being a
strictly herbaceous animal, is consider
ed harmless so far as having any coiir
taminating effect on the- human blond.
It will require fifteen day fcr tho oper
ation to develop.
Lincoln's Last Laugh,
AN ANECDOTK WHICH illt. I. A MON THINKS
18 1'itOUAPI.T TltUK.
On the night of the 11th of April,
IRfl.V Mr. Lincoln, nccomoanied liv nla
wife, Miss II?rrit and Major ICathbone
of Albany, New York, wts occupying
a box at Ford's Theatre, in the city of
Washington, iho play was "Uur
Amorican Cousin," with Sotl.ern in the
nrlnolnal role. Mr. Lincoln was enirv-
ing it greatly. Lee bad surrendered '
on the Oth: on the 13th the war was
ererywhero regarded aseLded, and up
on that day Secretary Stanton had
telegraphed to General Dlx, Governor (
of New York, requesting him to stop
the draft. Sothern as Lord 2un-'
dreary nu at hli host, Lincoln was
delighted. Tho lines which caro and
renonsibilllv had so deonlv graven on
his brow wcro now scarcely visible.
Beforo leaving fcr tho theatre ho had
ironouDced it the happiest day of his
iio. Ho looked, Indeed, as if ho now
fully realized the communication of
the long cherished and fondest aspira
tion of his hentt. Ho was at length
tho Undisputed Chief Mngislrato Of a
confederal ion of Stato, constituting
the freest and mot. powerfnll common
wealth of modern Urne..
At some period of thu performance
Solhern appeared on tho stage with
Miss Mrndilh, the heroine, on one nrm
and n wrap or shawl caressly thrown
ov r the oilier. 'I ho latter sent t'er-
If ii tKn a garden lounge placed on
the stago near the box uuuuplcd by the
President on UiH occasion, lard
Dundrea y rctirts a few psccs dUtnnt
from the runliu neat when Miss Muri
dith, glaneing lauuuidiy at his lordxliip
exolaims: '"Mo lord, will you kindly 1 1
throw my shawl over my BhouUlors
there appears to bo a draught here.
Solium at oncu oninplying with her
quest, advanced Willi the ininoing
step tnat iminott'ilizi il hun, nntl with a ,
nuriy twinkle f tlm eyo ana a siguiti-,
cent glance directed iu Mr. Ji lucoln,
reepoiulMl in tho happy Impromptu:
x on aro mislftkou, Misa Mary, tho
rail has already been drawn by order
f tho Presidoiitl'' This Bally caused
Mr. Lincoln to laugh, as fuw except
himself could laugh, and an outburs'.
of merriment rebounded from nil parts
of tho house. It v.ns Mr. Lincoln's
The Southwest Deluged. ,
Gainesville, Tex., April 29. Tlio
floods aro flill devastating Northern
Texas and the Indian Territory.
Wholo plantations have been swept
away and largo portions of the best
farming lands in tlio territory have
been submerged. Many farm dwell
ings and olhi-r buildings located m the
bottom lards have been carried oil.
One mile of Santa Fe track near Dou
gherty, I. T has been destroyed by
tho Wichita Hivur. A large wasiinut
near Whitexboro, on the Missouri Paci
fic, has cut off all communication with
this city over that road. No trains
have arrived from thu East, West, and
North Biuce early last evening, tra
vel over the Kansas Uity Division ot I
the Santa Fo will be delayed several
In the ciuburban parts of tins city,
which aro traversed by Pecan and Elm
Creeks, several unall dwellings have
been washed away, while the water is
standing sovcral feet deep in othors
and rapidly rising. Teams and men
have beeu limy all the af lernoou res
cuing tho uiitortunaus who live in the
inundatid porlions and have been cut
off from escape. So far no lois of life
has been reported, but there is great
fear that lives will be lot-t during the
night, as many are exposed to the rag
ing waters, which are lapidly using
and taking everything betoro tliem.
Despatches from the Indian lorn-
tory state that the Carindiau River in I
hve miles wide and has destroyed tno-
usanos of acres ot corn.
Paris, Tex., April 29. All trains on
the St. Louis and Sin Francisco and
Texas Pauifio Railroads w-re abandon
ed todty. A big washout in the
Indian 1'erritorv is reported on' the
Frisco. A freight train was ditched I
and the engineer and fireman lost their I
lives. The little town of Lehigh is en
tirely Kurronndfd by water and fears I
are entertained thai loss of life will I
follow. The agricultural interests in
this vicinity have received a death
Sherman, Tex., April 29.-Tho great-J
est flood ever known in this seotion of
the country occurred during tho twen-,1
ty four hours ending to-day, swelling
all the streams out of their hanks, del-1
nging the lowland, and sweeping a-
way bridges, and oausinggreat damage I
and loss ot property.
Eailway Oars Boiled Over.
A NUMllKU OF PASSENOERS lliDI.T IVJL'Ii-
ED IK A UESTIinCTlVli TRAIN WRECK.
Olean, N. Y., Apiil 28. Train No
2, the mail bound South on the West
ern New York and Pennsylvania Rail
road, was wrecked ono mile south of
hero about noon to day. The disaster,
whioh did not result iu a direct loss of
life, but maimed and injured many,
was caused by the rails spreading. I he
mail and baggage cars and two coach
es, well tilled with passengers, were
hurli d down an embankment about
forty feet high. In Jtheir desent tho
mail and baggage cars turned a oom-
p'ote somersault and landed light side
up but the passenger coaches rolled
over several times snd landed bottom
side up iu about three f-et of water.
The inmates of the smoker fared the
hardest and many had n narrow escape
Tho stove in the mail car upset and
thu car was fired, but the 'lames were
extinguished before great damage was
done. The express car and locomo
tive clung to the rails, but tho express
mefsonger had an nrm brokon by tho
shriek, r our passengers sustained in
tunes which may result iu death au I
about 15 others wero injured
CnnJ ctrafrnfl. coidl. HoinnHL croan. .
lhadJ'uariTl.'t9rtli Can. I
nii ictw7 m, na mwt oar I
trip Catkm-Ul-t, nd
hull tA.autnr it CO..B
loo-MiDiiaBiznaLurua oi Joum
in urtaietc tut on cartn luf pa)n,'t
Will relieve more, quickly than any
ufcticr Kiiuwii rcrnqoy, xincurpaiisni
Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Durns,
owiuji v.uta, x.umDago,oorcs, frost
bites. Backache, Wounds, Headache,
Toothache, Sprains, &c. Sold by all
Druggists. Price 25 Cents a Bottle,
J-Llb'E. the erut
Mnllul Work of tho
inJ Itiyilcul Ixr
TUVCTI C clln,l?rrorgf Vouth,
I II I Wt.i.1 I
ami iho iinial4 mUr-
kM coniHxai.'nt Uit-ruon.
tuue s va, iu pn
crtptiont tll all dirtioMM. C'lol
.th, lull gut, ouly tl.U
ull rfll. ciuW If.OO.
iv Di&ii. au&iad. lULktratiru UDiui iruu la au voud?
and DiidJltf-AKed isn. bud uuw, TbUold and
(ewrlled IKdal iwuW to Uio lulhur by tbe Natlou
al Unlical Awuclatlun. Addrwu I'.U. lfoi 1W5.I10.
too. liu.,or Ur. W.1I.1'A1IKKI(, arvliuUarUu
vara Medical College, U yoart' Iiractica In tionton,
wbo may ba conauned coo&de&Uallr. Oflke, Ha.
I llulnncb St. Sueclally, UlaaatM ol Man.
Cm Ibl aula Vau war atTtr Il M4.
The importance of purifying the blood can
not be OTeresUmated, for without pure blood
you cannot enjoy good health.
At thli teaion nearly every one needs a
good medicine to purify, Tltallze, and enrich
the blood, and we ask you to try Hood'i
Daonllor- Barsaparllla. Itatrengtheni
rcuUllal and bullda up the system,
create an appetite, and tones the digestion,
while It eradicates disease. The pccullar
comhlnatlon, proportion, and preparation
ot the vegetable' remodles used glre to
Hood's SarsaparlUa pecul- "f Acof
Ur curatlre power. Ho u llooll
other medicine has such a record of wonderful
cures. If you hare made up your mind to
buy Hood's Barsaparllla do not be Induced to
take any other Instead. It IS a Peculiar
Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence.
Hood's Barsaparllla Is sold by all druggists.
Prepared by C. L Hood tt Co., Lowell, Uuu
IOO Doses Ono Dollar
TO THE PUBLIC.
Intending purchasers of Povn's
Extract cannot tako too much pre
caution to proventsubstitutiou. Sotno
druggist, trading On tho popularity of
tho great Family Rcmodv. nttcmnt to
palm off other preparations, unscru
pulously asserting them to bo "tho
samo.is" or "equal to" Pond'8 Ex
tiUct, Indifferent to the docolt prac
ticed upon and disapnolntmont thero-
by caused to tho purchaser, se long
as larcor profits accrue to thpmaol vna.
Always Insist on having Pond's Ex
TIUct. Toko no other.
SOLD IK BOTTLES ONLY j NEVER
BY MEASURE. Quality uniform.
Prepared onlv bv POND'S EX-
TRACT CO., ow York and London.
Seo our name, on ovcry wrapper and
labeL Noto picture of bottlo below.
Tho Famous Lecturer. JOITO TU notair.
wrote : " For Bore Throat, eepcdally when Und
Ing to ulccraUon, IhaTe fonnd It very bencfldal."
ASDBEW D. YnilTK, Kx-Presldent of Cornell
University, aaya : "Ono of tho abeolnto ntaui
of housekeeping." JUturttogctUuqeiMlnt.
KHMA AnnOTT, the celebrated prima donna,
" Valuable and benenclal."
iitniiuvfu. 41. 1... Bit Ik., t. I Ul
EnjUnd. " I hare used It with marked boncnt"
II. 0. PKESTOX, Mi D Brool.lyr,
know of no remedy ao generally use:
AKTIIUIt CCISSESS, S., F. B. C. S.. of
Sneland. "I hare nearrlbol PONTl'S ICS.
TRACT with great success."
ll-STIS n. FITTOX, n. D., Brooklyn, N. Y.
' Froviiur Itself to be a necessity In our home"
P. A. lvESTEItVEIiT, M. D., Nashville, Tcnn.
-" Uave rued Ism rmintltlci of I-ONTl'S r.X.
TRACT in ray practice."
, Br. S. D. HcCOnn, Matron, Horns of PcsU
tnte Children." We find It most cfllcacloaj nnd
Ja Bottles only. Prices, EOc, tU:'.
Xbt4 our nam on every tcrapptr and hbd.
Preiiarel only liy POXrr.1 CXTS1CT CO..
NEW YORK AND LONDON
WITH LOW CUT VESTS,
Fine Davk Blue and Black
Worsteds, Corkscrew, Broad
wale Diagonal nnd Block Worst
ed in Sacks and Cutaways, and
in all qualities
NICE LIGHT SPRING
a special lea dei
Very Pretty Children's
Plain or pleated and belted in
dark and light colors.
with Blue and Grey, also
' with Pleated Skirt for smaller
OF UNSEATED LANDS.
IN COLUMBIA COTJNTI, TENNA.
nr Virtue of aunilrv. apt nf the flt-nnral Aasom.
bly of tho Coramonwtalth of Pennsylvania, relat.
IflfC to the sale of abated and unseated lands tn the
county ot Columbia, (to., for taxes due and un
paid. 1 will offer to publia aale in tho Court House,
iu iuo umu oi juioumnourg, on
MONDAY, JUNK 11th, 18H8.
at 10 o'clock, a. m. The following described pieces
of land, oi U' h part thereof as may be oecmary
to satisfy tho amount of taies due and unpaid
against the aime, and continue the same, from
aay vo nay as tue same may do rouna necessary.
TKItMtt OF PALE.
The amount ot tnxca and cents must bo paid
hen tbe land In Hi uck off or the anlo mar bl void
and the propcrtj put up and resold.
Acres. Warrantee or owners Twpa.
lull Columbian I Co, ...Beaver .
t !4 so
1 lot iieavcr ( nines ,.. cio ,.
Slots Heaver Jctue do ...
n nioikwar Abbott. do.,.,
119 " " i, do,...
3 iota lir ckwnyu it ao,,
3 lota UuttA 1'ngrr do.,.,
1 lit liogart Mary. do.,..
Slow Hover K 8 do ...
49 cox C a Ex Tench cox, do,....
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ers " " " " ..do...,
307 ' " " " ..110....
a lota crossing raincx a)..,.
Hot cannon M.. do...
Downs Martin uo
3 lota Etaus Heeoc
3 " Flanagan A
3 " FrcrWS ....
i lot (learhart William.
s " Hoffman EU
3 " narnerfi Jester...
60 Hauck Jonithan ..
t.'il ninderllter Sarah A do.,
3 lota Hunt Kiiaa. ao.,
8 lota Henry ucorge. do
1 lot Kline A do.,,.
Slots Ler is Frank do....
3 lota Lawrence w it. .. do....
300 Mann A Miller. do....
so Mcnsinger samuei ao....
100 Jlclieynolds w 11 do....
Slots Mastln William. do....
140. Nungtineroeorge.i do, ,,
S lota Patterson J c. do.,,.
Slots Price Clarence do....
M luce Abraham da....
100 " " .do....
4-S8I0U lluthford, Samuel Co.',. d..
a iota " ,,.ou
Sia Swank Oanlel.... do.,..
140 BrbwcppenhciseriK do. .
8 Shumans Mlcnaoii.....i.do....
3 lota Kchlch J J do
8 lota smith J w. do...
a lota won I'eter do.
oi iitojico..., no ..
Slo's Wetzel CM do....
1 lot Wood Augustus. do .....
81 Ulsaphcr aeorre, do.,.
slots Klasoww do......
ilota Wood Aucuatua do....
10 Losee Jes'We .... do..
I hhumanru do....
llrclschi Co do....
8 lota i-rout Stephen cec'd ...... do....
neiia douu tnwn
Clem Her WT Drlarcreek:
Uoty. I'calcr i blowart do....
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Edwards Henry J
Fowler auueit ,
Kroas Jesso II do .
Freoa F.innln do.,
Lamon jeMiu., do.,
btucahouso U J M.
of 830 Shaner & Kelchner
KcnuyierMra alary. , ,
Kdwards Martha J ... .
Doty, Stewart 8wayze..do....
" " do....
" ' do
Adams Henry. do....
lower Isaiah do....
llollopeterD F do...,
Kbuman lieuben Catawlaaa
Weaver Ellas- do....
Dornbach Margaret. do....
Klocr Hobert.... do....
Newell Fred ,....do....
ciewellJmepli Bet do. ;.
Hbuman Ellas. do....
Harder Thomas E. do......
Ilovrer Moses do....
Ileffron Philip. do.. 1
Kneff John do....
Leblghfi MahanoyK It... do....
McKInney Charles..... do....
Steel oto W ao....
Sweeney Margaret do....
Walsh David do....
" " do....
" ' do..,.
22 Adams Enos L.... Centre
5 AllabachlBenJ ...do....
2 lota Brobst Thomas do.....
75 Fowler John F do ....
3 Ciood Jacob do...
70 Ilagenbuch William. do..
10 14 " XrEat.do..
84 Hoffman William Est do....
5 Kelrer DanleL do....
35 McUenry Dorcas. do.,,.
Hot flponsler Jacob do,,..
1 lot Klrkendall Creasv. do
489 Beam Joshua . ..Conyngham
Hot Iiresllne Bernard. do..,,
2 lrtta TlrelstiAeh TAWln rtn
113 Huston Jobu do....
835 KllneJohn ...do....
2 lots Kramer A. W a....
1 " Lelby Charles. do....
2 I1 Millard OH do ....
1 " McGulre Terrance do....
1 " Morris AiinH U do....
3 " Monroe John do....
1 " do.,..
SO Huston Mary do....
175 " Tboiaas. do....
10O Trienjncoo ao,,..
410 Young John. , do,...
8 walker i-ewis. ao....
3 lots Blllnian Geo w ao ...
KreBs Margaret do..,.
Helnbold W II do....
Doty, l'ealer Stewart. ..Fhc'lc
' " " . do....
Welsh lieuben. do,...
Fowler John F do
Farver George. . , . , do. . . .
IHrrlson John do,
liorfman Freas. .... do....
llulme wmiara do
lemon Thomas do...,
Kindt Johns Co do
McUenry C B Daniel. ...do ..
Bobbins W A do. .
WbltenlirblAvilUam. do. . . .
Pealera J .do....
Cleaver Wellington. ...Franklin
. Vought James. .............. do...,
K llowelL do
Hohrbach William do
Blbby James .d
Valine .III do....
Manhurdt George do..,.
11a) hurst Kzra heirs. do ....
Blbby Augustus , . do,,..
Albertson Miles Bartley
Berry John do....
Dorr train do.,,,
McEwen II J do....
Appiuman Lloyd Hemlock
" Hugh W do ...
Brugler Kllsliu do....,
Campbell N L, do....
Emrneit A J do,..,
Mem it II 1 do....
Neal Purnel do,,.,
I'ureul Is ao (1 do
Uuangst Mrs cuarlei ,, do,,,,
Wright Levi do....
Jones David. do ....
Black P D Jackson
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Bartcb Franklin.,,,, do,...
Miller charlo w do,..,
' Keybart do ....
Parker & Co ,..do ..
UebsCllnton ., ,do..
Meeker Ellaa ,. da....
BlUngtoa Charles Locust
Dewalt George do .....
Evcrliurt John do
Hughes "right Est do.,,,
Kulp McWIUUtn .-do,...
Iingenberger Phillip. do.,.,
Myers Mary ...do
Huston Mary , . do.,,.
uuanotie ao ...
Bemott Cyrus ,
23 Johnson Chester.......
23 corner J E
310 KvesO w ,
25 cox Joel..
40 Ueydenrlck Tobias ...
50 Masters n W.,,, ,.do
xu minor n d ,,.,uo.,,,
4 Graham Edward,,, do....
24 P.rockwayt Ent .Mats
as lllnderlltter lleury do,,.,
23 ShumanJohn ..la
K of 100 Bchmeck, Biobst, Vetter K
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T Snyder Abraham,,..,.,, .do.,,,
7 Hhuman W T ... do ....
316 Bwaru,Shepp Co,,,., do...
100 Isaac ..do.,,.
sou Torbert Ullllara ...do.
1(0 Kbuman lteubea ,, do
4t Moser Michael do
C9 Blttenbeider Jacob. JIUTtln
10 llenderahott Catharlne.do....,
200 Kramer A W di
Luu Catherine do....
35 Michael Joaeoh Peter F.do ....
Masteller Joseph .... ....do.
Nungrauer W J. do.,,,
Paika jaiuea A T....,.,.do..
SutllO Joel ,,.,do,,
Bchweppenhelser I K. do.,,.
" Horace .do,,,,
" BP.. ,do,.
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Williams Samuel do,,,,
Yoho Jacob Est...... do,,,.
Plait Urlas do,,,,
Eokrolli Hiram do,
Mensinger William ...do....
Giger Samuel, Montour
Fry Daniel do ...
Neal WllUam do ....
Gordon JohtiN.,,. do,,,,
Crouaa lilram A Andrew Jr
Jacoby Rupert ...do
" Pamuel do.....
Hsgerbucn Jeremiah KeUdo. . . ,
' William ... do....
" Mary do,.,,
Itcw Jeteratah.... do.,.,
Coleman aeonro Eat. do....
Kline Abraham J do. , . .
" " , do..,.
" Jacob deo do.. .
Crawford William. do....
Flick neuA.B t ..Fine
l.TOtll It W dO,,,,
licberla Colo ..... do
lionjtliner I'rtcr ...Honrlngcreek
" " do...
Ilarnrg Thomas Jr do....
Cox c b Ex of Tench Cox do .....
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" " " " .. do.,.,
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Dllaplaln Krcktel di..
Fctterman & llerblne...,..do...i
llenston John,,. .do....
Ilerner John..,,,. .. do
Morris lluRliei do .
ltlce Abraha'it ........
hh'iup Abraham ,,
McMflllin M M
Hess, Crevollpg c Co.
, . do
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Savage Joshua Eat do,,.,
Davenport F do....
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(1KOIKJE A. UKIlltINO,
OF SEATED LANDS
IN COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENNA.
Also at the same time and place the following
lota, pieces and parcels of seated lands, returned
by tbe tax collector1!, are to be sold under the pro
visions of an Act of Assembly, entitled, "An Act
relating to the anlo of lands for tax In Columbia
County," approved March 5th, 1663.
Acres. owners, Twp's, Taxes.
118 Ksbo ttolrertoa..... Beaver.. 8710
1 lot dchrlber Henry do.... 1 37
33 l'lilllps Catharine do..,, 175
33 Mann AW do..., SW
1 IthoadsPeUT do.... 3 18
4 llankes Daniel do... 26
Hot IMrsel Mrs K 11 Bloom. 43 00
1" DulnnOeorge. i...do.... sio
1 " HehamJoho ....do.... 4 06
lo Price Jonas Catawlssa.. 25
Hot Keller Sarah Centre.. 73
3u cummlngs u M CO con'y'm
4uu curiy &uen ...... uo.,
Murphy, Hughes Co. .do.,
Collier Michael ........do....
I " Cas.y Lawrence do.,,.
X " Dougherty Mary. do
II Vought Irwin B... .Franklin,.
81 Moore A L Greenwood..
M Albertson David C Est. .do
100 Hand John A Hemlock..
100 Ithmo Michael Jackson..
33 chamberlain Lewis do.,..
75 " .... do....
33 Young Lewis O do....
S3 ' " do....
80 niassmyer Francis F...Locust
21 Lonnon Geo W Est do....
130 EvesCW .Madison.. .
w " do....
170 rill Jesse do....
6 llouser Kroom do....
10 Eckroat Charles Est .Mimin..
S3 llower CharlesK...Mt ITs't..
113 I less John line..
8" Kline Patterson do....
50 Lyons Newton do....
37 HattJohn do....
so Parker John II. ....do....
lis FrlckOAEst do....
211 Hess Lavlna .. Sugarloat.,
21 Albertson Jesse, do...
51 Kline Abnerw do..,.
8-fl crevellng J II.. ,do..
40 ShulU Ellas ..... , ,do....
34 HedllnoBF ...'....do....
a. a. HEititiNO. areas.
Treasurer's Ofllce, Blootnsbuit, March 2s, 1888,
NOTICE IN PAHTIT10N.
2-Maltol John lloatt. ifeattd.
To Reuben Hausman. Nathan Ilausmas. Edwin
Mix'sman, Sarah Eisenhard, Caroline Hunt,
Louisa Weland. Marr bchercr. Caroline Scherer.
Sarah Brown, all In Lehigh county; Charles Boats
John It. Iloa's. Jacob Ilea's, i stharlnx Boats,
Mary Boats, Mary Khuman all in Schuylkill
county; Caroline sing y, John Ilennlnger, Frank
fun, uavia auss, unarirs A. r.nuinan. guaruiaa
ft John Nuns and Lvdla Nusa all In Heavar town
ship, co umbla county. Pa.
Take no' ice that In pursuance of an order tn
th Orphans' Court of colu" bla county, Pa., an
Inquest v lit r e held on tho premises, on real es
tate of said decedent, situate Iu Beaver township,
Columbia county Pa., t ract No. 1 containing thirty
one acres and ten perches, neat measure; tract
No. 2 containing ten acres and fltty-alx perches
strlc measure, wheri on Is erected a house, barn
and out lulldlngs; tract No. 3 containing Otty
acres sMct measure; on Thursday May 3rd, 1838,
between the hours ol 111 a. m. and 4 p m. for the
purpose of making part 11 ion of the said real estate
lo and among the children and legal representa
tives of said decedent. If the san.e can be done
without prejudice to or spoiling the whole, other
wise t6 value and appraise ti e same according to
law; at which time und place you can attend, It
you think proper.
13 apr Sheriff.
Notice Is hereby given that the following ao
count has been filed In tho court of Common Pleas
of Columbia county and will be presented to the
auiu 1 uuri, un mti nrsi, .tionaay 01 May A. v. l'aa
and confirmed nisi, and unless excepilons are Died
wiuhu iuur uays mereaiier win oe connrmea
1. First and final account of B. W. Itfuw com.
mlttee of Fannie Coleman a lunatic.
WM. 11. bn V DEIt, Prot hy.
Prothonotary's Omce. Bloomsburt. Pa.. Anrll
Notice la herehv frtvpn tn all lefrateea. nrei11f.nni
uuu uuicr persons inieresiea in me estates oi me
resDCCtlvQ decednnlR nnd mlnnra f hnt the fnllnw.
lAR administrators executors and oruardlan ac-
counts have been nicd In the office ofthe Register
of Columbia county, and will be presented for
unui uiaiiuu uuu allowance in iuo urpuuu a cuuri,
to be held tn BloomBbure on Monday Hay 7, ln
1. First and final account of Freaa Fowler
guardian of Susannah Ilaeenbuch a minor child
of Samuel Ilagenbuch labs of Columbia county
3. First and final account ot James Erwln guar
dian of narry nelnbach a minor child of Peter J.
Uelnbach late of Turbett township, Northumber
land county deceased.
S First and Anal account ot Jefferson Fritz
trustee appointed by court to Bell real estate ot
Emanuel savage late of Jackson township de
ceased for the payment ot a legacy charged upon
said lan 's by the wlB of Joshua Savage.
4. Second and imai account of P. O. Wadsworth
administrator of Daniel Thomas late ot Fishing,
creek township deceased.
i. First and final account ot William Lamon
administrator ot William Hitler of Brtarcreek
township Col imbla county deceased.
6. Socond and partial account ot Lizzie S. Jack,
son and Mordecat w. Jackson executors of the
estate of o. a. Jacksou ot Berwick Columbia
T. Flrbt and final account of L. E. Waller execu
tor of the last will and testament ot Mrs. Uarrlet
M. Andrews late ot Uloj.nsburg Columbia county
8. second and parti il account of WlUlam W.
Parker administrator fo. of Ilumphiey Parker
Ule of Greenwood township Columbia county,
0. First and final acconnt of Josenh Bower
executor ot John Bower late of BUarcreek town-
to. Flna and anal account of Isaac Ileacock
administrator of Samuel N. Patterson late of
urveuYvoua lownt-oip Deceased.
11. First and final account of A. O. Millard
fifcutor of the estate ot Susan Barger lata ot
wuuw vuvvusuip ucceaseo.
12. Third and final account ot Harry V. Beaver
executor of John Helnbold also distribution ot
the balance In hands of Harry W. Beaver as per
uu, iuiru uuu unai account niea aiarca win, loss,
uuuir me provisions or inewiuoi saia aeceasea.
13. First and final account of Thomas J. Ilotr.
uian uanunLHiraior ot llenry iionman late of cala
niaou tutvwuiip, uommoia county aeceasea.
1 1. First and final account or M. c. VdncA pia.
cuwronne estate ot jane Vance late ot Orange
IE. First and final account f Ramnpl Vn,h,nl
administrator of the estate of Lvdla itoberta an.
IS. Vlrat. and flnal nivnimt nr (J.rniiat slil. tr
llutchlson and L B. Hutchison ajlinlnlnlrnlnrR nr
tuc eataie ui iu mas j. jiutcruson aeceasea
. 17. Second account of WllUam Neal executor
ot the estate of All red McClure deceased.
. r irst ana nasi account ot peter A. Evans
guardian ot Mary Ida ((ruber a minor child ot
W iua uruuer uecuaoea late or liemiock township.
VJt w.u wuu..
19. First and final account, nf t. n. irntrtt
administrator of lieuben Knlttielate ot Franklin
luwnsuip t,oiumui t county, ueceased.
20. First and final account of Addtn cleaver
executrix ot Alem B. cieaver, late t Catawlssa
wnuauip uiuuiuia cuuuiy, aeceasea.
il. The first and final account at F. P. Dlldlne
administrator of Margaret Ulldlne deceased.
tl. llrst and final account ot Isaac A. Dewltt
executor ot the last will and testament ot John
u. nuurc, late ui ureenwooa township, aeceasea.
S3. First and final account ot John A. Funston
administrator with the will annexed ot Samuel
.uv...a. ,.m ui uinuKU bunutuiip ueceaorut
i. First ana partial account of Kdnin i. can.
wen executor of the laat win and testament ot
ouicui a. wuaneii late, ui tne town oi rJloouisDurg.
Columbia county, ueceased.
S&. Frt and oartlal account or f. U'. Munivw
and II. 1). Welsh executors of the last will and
tetainent ot .uar .N. liaiman, lateof Bloomaburg
&6. First and final account nf Altnd
mlnlatrdtor of the entate nf samti ita
vuamj vunuauip UfVvUHU.
vT. First and final account nn. .1 iim. mi.
lstrator of Jouuph A. Hess late of Centre township
fnllimhlA Pnniitv d.w.nan r
lXKClTOR'r NOTICE, '
KHatt a) tlary Mgar late o Benton lounihl
Letters testamentary on the said estate having
been granted to the unders'gned, all persons In
debted to said estate are hereby Housed to pay
the same, and those having claims agalusf said es
tate will prevent the game for settlement to
H Of 119
Lnccs nnd Embroid
eries. We place on sale this
day the largest and finest lino of
these goods wo have ever shown
at prices lower than over. 45 in.
n , i'ii.. r tt r
inifs at 42.G5 a yd., worth
$3.00, at $2.87 t a yd. worth
$3.50 a yd. Oriental Lace
Floimcings, 60c goods at37J
eta. a yd., 75c goods at 58c a yd.
r, , . ' . t !.l !
ilimusomc 10 in. rvinuroiuunca
at 98c, worth $1.20 a yd, $1. u
yd. worth $1.25 a yd. Call and
see and lots of others.
A liandsomo Black All
Wool Henrietta, at 98c a yd.
good value at $1.15. 40 in.
wide elegant finish and color.
Children Lace Caps,
full lines from 25c up, and many
novelties, call and see them. See
our Special Caps at 75c and
Wo have now open the finest
line of Spring bhaivos wo
have ever shown, also Coats
You will find good lines of
Wash Dress Goods now on
our counters at exceedingly low
prices, Cord Zevhyr Cloths
15c a yd. was 20. Dress
Cords 16c a yd. now 12c,
Seersuckers, Satins &c.
Another lot of thoso pure
silh Gloves, 50c goods for
35c, pair of 25c Lisle Thread
Gloves for 16c. Call soon. Also
full line of Mitts now open.
Have you seen those White
Dress (roods at Clark &
H, J, CLARK & SON
Candidates named under this heading are sub
ject to the rules ot the Democratic party.
E. M. TEWKSBURY
JAMES T. FOX,
of Beaver towusliip.
C. Z. SCHLICHEU,
of Ilea vt r township.
GEN. C. M. BLAKEIi.
rjOWN ORDINANCE NO. 38.
4D Ordinance to ooen Lackawanna Avenue wim,
monly called Sixth street) from Market street 1
Siction l. Be it ordained and enacted by the !
Town council of the town of Bloomsburg, and it
Is hereby enacted by authority of the same : That
said Lackawanna Avenue bo opened as a public
highway from Market street westward to West
street, of the width of Otty feet, the north side on
line thrrof beginning at a point In the west Bne
of Market street, and In the north line ot snld
Lackawanna Avenue, as opened eastward trom
.Market street, thlrty.nre feet north ot a marked
stone tn the west line ot .Market street, thence
south slxly-four degrees and forty-one minutes
west, parallel with Fifth street, eight hundred and
fifty -tour and clghty.five one hundredths feet.
Passed April 20, 1888.
Attest p. & nAKMAN,
SaMoiLNiTHiBn, President ot Town counclL
Secretary. may- -83
NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR IN.
In the Court of Common Pleas for the County of
Notice Is herebv trlven that nn nnlta,lnn win
be made to the said Court on the Eleventh day of
-...j ,m -twj, ui ,ud .uieuuuu ui saiu uu aii ten
o'clock, under the "Corporation act of one thou
sand eight hundred and sevent .tour," and the
sUDDlementa thereto, hr u'liium ka.i u n
.uwwn, - -. " uuunuainuiuu, jamea rcariet
and L. E. waller for the charter ot an Intended
corporation to be called the E"ho Park Fish and
name Protective Association, ihe character and
object ot which it the preservation of fish In the
upper Vf aUrs of Flshlne Creek and Its tributaries.
and the preservation of game upon the lands
drained b and adjacent to the waters aforesaid.
In the Counties of Columbia and Sullivan in the
ovuie ui rouuayivauiu ; ana tor tne purpose to
have, possess and enjoy all the tights, benefits
andprtvllenesconierrcdbythe said acf ana itg
I- E. WAM.Kir
The following widow's appraisements will be
presented to the Orphans' court of Columbia
county on tbe first Monday of May A. D. 1888. and
confirmed nisi, and unless exceptions are filed
within four days thereafter will be confirmed ab.
pursei, ira o. Est., Pine, personalty t33.S5, realty
1877.05, $30,00. ' '
Ilarman, N. D., Eat., Catawlssa, personalty 17.88,
Welllver, NVEsLMadlson, personalty MLM.
Strieker,-Oeorge Est;, catawlssa, personalty 1800.
Colley ibibert L. Est , BloouTr&onaltj
Olrton Mathias Est. Hemlock, personalty imssi
Erwln. William Eat. Locust personalty tmooj
jost, Henry a Est., Montour, personalty tscaod."
Liuderbacn William Est , FUtuigereek, pemonJ
Jarrard WUUamEst,, Berwlok, personalty ns2.4J
WM IL SNYDER,
Clerk's Office, Bloomsbnrs, Pa., April 18, A. D.' 188J
Wholly unlike artificial systems.
Any book learned In one reading.
Classes Of 1087 at BaltlmnrA and ion At. natrntt.
1503 at Philadelphia, 1113 at Washington, uu at
Boston, large classes of Columbia law stud.
enia, at iaie. .veilosley, obeilln, Unlver.
aty of penn., Michigan university, Chautauqua;
cc, ic Endorsed by Richard Pro. tor. tbe scien
tist, Hons. W, W, Attor, Judah P. Benjamin.
Judge Olbson. Dr. Brown, E. u. Cook, Principal
N. Y. state Normal College, ta Taught by co,'.
iwinniuuim , iaui,ua UUBL IIBO inMU
PllOF. LOISETTK, raf Fifth Ave., New York,
Cleanses the nasal
passages, allays pain
heals Ihe sores, re
tores tbe senses of
taste and smell.
TtlV THE CURE.
A particle is applied into each nostril and Is
agreeable Price So cents at druggists; by mau.
registered, 0 cents. ELY BUOTHKBS, pa, Green,
wfch SL, New York. A prtl-iTMt,
CUaiuoi asd baauUSea Um balr.
PromtHaaa luxuriant rrowta,
H.eJvtr.Filli . Reilore Qray
Hilrte Hi YeulKfg Calor. '
W Ouraeacaip dlanaeaa , nd hair fallhia
(& at pminrUU.
Pnrnsols. It will jmy
any one wanting tl ese to inspect
our stock of handsome plain
Satin goods at $1.15, 1.25, 1.50,
1.71 in Jilack and Colors,
Sti'iped Parasols, Plaid
Parasols in leading color com
binations, at low prices. Sun
Umbrellas in Silh and
Gloria from $1.75 up.
SatiiiCH. We open this
morning a new line of the new
est patterns and colorings, arc
perfect nnd the prices correct.
Call and see them.
A few more of those Ladies
Gauze Vests at 3 for $1.00.
Also a new lot oi Jersey Rib
bed Underwear at 25, 30,
40 and 50c, nlso Childrens
Gauze Underwear from 121c
Have you seen those Color
ed All Wool Henrietta
Cloths, 75cnuality at 62 Jc a yd.
10 shades, also Black.
Try our 75c Kid Gloves,
5 Button Embroidered.
Bargains in Hosiery.
Ladies 50c Lisle Hose 35c, 75c
for 50c, 25c Hose for 18c, fcc.
Childrens Hose from 10c a pair.
Infants Hose 10c up.
Complete lines of Dress Trim
mings, Braids, Jets, Gilt Braid,
Complete new lino of 72 in.
felts now in stock, best quality.
2 bargains in Nail Brush
es, 50c goods for 25c, 25c for
15c a piece.
WANTKI). Permanent Dost. I
AMI HXl'HNsKs i-Aiii. Any determined man
can succeed with us Peculiar advsntages to be
ginners, stock complete. Including many fastrseil
fng specialties. Outfit free.
Address at once, (Name this paper.)
NCRSiHTiixH. hochester, N. Y.
NEW INVENTION IN LACING
with self-adjusting back can
I w changed from tight to
looso-nttlng In fivo seconds,
without removing from tho
NliW LACKS or NTKELS
Laces will not SHOW
i rilltOUOII the BHESS. The
I healthiest, best-tltting and
I nost comfortable Corset
'III. f-KI.I'.AIlJI'MTINO COflKKT CO.,
ISO FHANKLIN ST., NEW YORK CITY.
' Factory, Rochester, N. Y.
Orders for oar Trea,'lne, dec.
For Hcneit, Sobsr,
owuiaMiion il prci.rrco.
W r- a (ill lio rrull
m4 UhmW iul
iMTjihinf ankilj Inwli
Satltlactlon OuirinteeJ to Customers and
agenu. w rite Immediately for term.
Address, R. (1. C1IASK A- CO..
1430 So. Penn Squire, Philadelphia, Pa
4.00 to CC0
1 00 1 CO
5 to 7
Wheat per bushel..
Rye " " ..
Ccrn " " -Oats
" " ..
Flour " bbl
Lard per lb
Yineear Dor eal..."
Onions per bushel..
Wool per lb
Coal on WnaRF.
No li 2.00; Nos 2. 8, & Lump
No, 5 48.00 Blttimlnus $8.2S
Hew Yoik fIrKETs.
neportea by O. S. ralmtr, WTtolesate Commtitlon
Merchant, ;M Jteaae St., y. r.
New York. April 80, 1888.
Tho week opens with a very satisfactory
market on nc butter, which is the leading
article of country produco now arriving,
belcct markB of now dairy find ready buy.
ers at full quotations. To-day wo obtained
27 to 28 for extra creamery i choice 25 to
20c dairy tubs 24 to 20c. Owing to tho
liberal supply nf eggs prices remain low,
fresh, Btate aud Peun. bringing to-day 13
tn 14c, although something vtry fancy
might exceed these quotations. Dressed
poultry In fair supply and prices steady on
choice marks. BWcct turkeys, fresh killed,
12 to 14c. Cholro chickens and fowls 12 to
15c. Capons 30 to 25c per lb. Broilers,
prime, 45 to 80c , others 28 to 85c. Dress
ed calves not so plenty, but tono weak and
fancy stock hard to place over 7J to 8Jo ;
fair to good 0 to 7o. Apples sell very slow
ly at unchanged prices. Prime bald wins
8 25 to 3 50 per bbl., russets 2 60 to 8 00.
But little business tlolug in the market on
potatoes, buh demand fairly steady, and
with foreign gradually decreasing we look
lor a more favorable market soon. Primo
potatoes, rose, (State, 3 87 ti 3 60 per bbl..
burbank 3 35. Sweet potatoes Urm and
prices ranging from 4 25 to 4 60 Marrow
beam selling fairly well, 3 60 to 2 05.
Medium 3 60. White kidney 3 30 to 3 25 1
red t 70 to 1 80. Choice peas, 1887, 2 85 to
3 00. As green fiuit is now about out ot
market we look for a moro scllvo demand
and better prices mi .vuni.rntcil nrmlin em
Fancy evap. apples selling to.dav from 8
to OJo. Cherries 10 to 31o. Raspberries
85 to 27c. Blackberries 8Jo. Receipts con.
tlnue liberal of maple sugar and prices un
changed. Fancy, llgnt colored sujiar bring.
Ibg Bo por lb , with maple syrup ranging
from 65 to 76o per gal,, latter for primu
stock. Onions very scarce and choice red
or yellow, old, selling from 0 00 lo 8 00 per
bbl., according to quality. Hay, prime,
00 lo 05o mixed grades 65 lo 85c. Rye
straw rauglpg all the way from 55 tp 05o