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This powder never vatles. A marvel of parity
strength and wholesomoness. More wnnnmiral
than ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold In compe
tition with the multitude of low test,short weight,
aium ur uusiinbu injnueis. cum onix la cans.
IlOTAL IlAIINd I'UWDBH CO.. Wall St,, N. Y.
rr-rubllshcd every Friday. Subscription price,
Entered at the l'ost omce at Bloomsburg", Pa.,
as second class matter, March l, net).
FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1B88.
COKKICT B1ILK01D Tilt TABLE.
BLOOMSUUUG & SULLIVAN IlAlUtOAD
Arrive. Arrive. Leave. Leave.
STATIONS. r. X. A. u. A. II. r. u.
Bloomsburg,.. 165 8 00 8 43 S 40
Main street 144 1H 8 49 e
lrondale 1 41 7 60 K 00 ins
1'apcrMlll 1 S3 1 4) V 14 e 61
LliihtBtrcet. 1 SIS T 8 9 e 61
orangevUlo 1 13 1M 9 40 I io
Forks, is 67 i li ira 7 sa
TllbbS 12 60 7 0(1 lu 03 7 S7
Stillwater ....18 43 1 00 10 15 7 23
Denton, IS so 0 6o io 30 7 43
Leave. wave. Arrive. Arrive.
r. u. A. u. A. h. r. x,
Trains on the I'. & H. 11. It. leave ltupertis
T:Ta.m. 11.00 a.m.
3:37 p. m. 0:04 p. m.
Tralnson tbo D. L. W. It. 11. leave Bloomsburg
7:13 a. ra. 8:33 a. m.
11:07 a. m. 12:05 p. m.
ssi p. m. 4:18 p. m.
6:36 p. m. 8:47 p. m.
Trains on the N.fiW. l. Railway pass Bloom
Varrv a a f ntlnwa .
10:46 a. m. 11:49 a. m.
6.S6 p. in. 4-39 p. m.
10:16 am 6:89 pm
May4Ui 8. nuil Win. Bogart will sell
valuable personal properly at we resiucnco
o( B. Bogart at Rohrsburg, at 10 a m.
Foil Sale. A desirable and commodious
rcsldmcc on Main street, supplied with
water, gas and Btiam. Apply to
jan20tf. L. N. Motir.
Fob Sale Two good book cases, glass
doors, piceori holes. Ac. mature ot Airs.
L. J. Drockiwiy, Hock St., Dioomsburg, or
ueo. n. iiiwcll, Ally. "St
Good Boaiidino Parties attending court
will do well to call on the undersigned and
secure boarding. Wm. JiEiits,
Cor. Mnln and West streets,
Buy Lester's School Shoes.
Every pair warranted.
Till-: PRICE REDUCED.
The Columbian lias over kept abreast of
tbs times. Cheap newspapers are the
order of the day, aud this office can as wel
afford to publish a paper at $1.00 a year,
as any other office. But as tbo price is
low wc cannot afford to give any more for
the money than any other paper gives. We
hare determined to reduce the price of the
Coluuiiiak to $1.00 a year, unci on or about
July 1st we shall reduce the size of the
paper to that of the largest of other papers
published at that prlco. Our only hesita
tion for somo time has been that the re
ductl'ou of tbo size might seem like a back,
ward step, but us the price Is reduced In
proportion, ana us price, not size, seems to
be tho principal object, wo havo decided
upon this chauge. The patronage of this
office has never been better than It is to
day, and our subscription list wus never In
a healthier condition. It is only because
wo hope to largely increase the list that the
reduction has been made, thus placing us
on an equal footing with the other cheap
papers. The principles of this paper will
not be changed in any way. We ask no
office, wc have no axes to grind, no prom
ises to make, and hence none to break.
This papir was established flfty-one years
ago, and is now in the ninth year of Its
present management. It has, we believe,
always enjoyed the confidence and respect
of the public and our endeayors shall all be
directed towards the maintainance of that
All who have paid in advance at the old
rato of $1.60 will receive credit on our
books for the excesB from July 1. All who
are in arrears for subscription " will bo
charged at tho rate of $1.60 up to July 1st,
and $1.00 a year after that date. tf
Miss Powell of Now York is the guest of
Mrs. L. S. Wlnttrsteen.
Mrs. M. II. Claik went to Philadelphia
Nathaniel Bcisbllne, the merchant of
'an Camp was la town on Tuesday..
George Hart entered upon an appren
ticeship In Q. A. McKelvy's drug stpro on
Mr, and Mrs, Stroh, of Pittston.are visit
Ing Mrs. Stroh'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
J. W. Ylngir of Rupert Is foreman of
the keg factory, and a very eJ foreman
lie Is, too.
0. C. Evaus Esq., of Berwick, wua In
Washington, D. O. last Tuesday on busl
ness. C. B. Lutz has glxcn up his position as
book-keeper In Jonas Long's store at Wll
kesbarro aud retimed to this place to
assist his father, M. P, Lutz, with his In
J. W. Perry, of tho popular Elk Bun
Hotel Id tjugarloaf was In town on Wcdnes.
day. lie. was looking for 80,000 young
trout In cans to plant in the head-waters of
FIshlngcretk, from the State Hatchery at
Court next week,
The trees are putting forth their leaves.
The Milton democrats contemplate or
ganizing a campaign club In the near future,
Q. A. Clark carries a first-class line of
The Columbian will be $1.00 a year after
Julyl. See notice.
Goviruor Beaver is to be the Decoration
Day orator at Ilcnovo,
A handsome lino of ceiling decorations
for a pretty rrom, ut Meirir's.
The Bi ptlst church of this town has ex.
tended a unanimous call to Her. W. T.
Galloway of Berwick.
Spring styles in Hats, Dunlap, Yomr. n,
Pocket. Hats in all the new shades Just
received at Lowenberg's.
Thero was a light fall of snow In Bugar.
loaf township on Wednesday morning.
Ladles' One hand turned or hand sewed
shoes at Dentler'a.
There will bo another hcsrlng at Mlllvllle
to-day, Friday, ou the division of Green,
wood township Into two Toting dbUrlcts.
U. G, Ort has a new freight wagon, ft
It well made, and was put up by J Ilrobst,
who always does good work.
Mrs. Margaret Zlmmcrmaa dfed at her
residence on Monday at an advanced age.
Funeral was held Wednesday afternoon
Tho body Is more suscoptlblo to benefit
from Hood's Sarsaparllla now than at any
other season. Tlier- fore, take It now.
The pollen are on the lookout for Sunday
night corner loafers. The first ot.es caught
will bo locked up.
For window curtains, dado and plain
cither on or off rollers at lowest prices go
M. 8! Williams Is raising tbo grado of
tho pavement In front of I. W. McKelvy's
store about eight Inches
An amateur minstrel troupe, consisting
of seventeen members, was recently organ
ized In Berwick.
A fact we havo tho largest line of wall
paper in Columbia county, at popular
prices. J. n. Mercer.
Now is the tlnio for tho enterprising
citizen to clean up his yard and put his
surroundings In general good condition.
Milk Shake, tho new beverage sold by J.
U. Mercer, is a very cooling and refreshing
drink for summer.
Cards are out for the marriage ot Miss
Mary McKclvy to Mr. H. A. M'KllIlp on
Thursday May 10th.
J. J. Browtr Is improving his grounds
by filling v,llh earth, raisins the surface
about a fo',1.
The soda fountains dH a good business
during the warm days the lattir part of
Economy, comfort and satisfaction goes
with every purchase made of clothing at
Lowenberg's Clothing Store.
Wanted. At once, two girls to learn
dressmaking. Call or address,
Miss Lizzie YrrTKn,
Fifth Street, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Two flno Opera Upright Pianos, one
Mahogany case, one figured walnut, best
medium priced piano on the market, Just
received at J. Saltzer's music wore rooms.
Benjamin Beaver, one of our old sub
scribers from Mill Grove, was in town on
Wednesday and renewed bis'subscription
for another year.
Miss A. Frankenstein Is doing some very
nice work In the way" of water color por-
traits. She has filled a number of orders,
and line' given entire satisfaction.
The' commissions of Justices of the peace
elected this year have been receive! by
Recorder Cnmpbell, and can bo obtained at
his office by those concerned.
Dr. J. C. Reifsnyder's name will be found
in tho list of professional cards this week
His office Is with Dr. Willlts in Mrs. Ent's
J. D. Bodlne, commissioners' clerk,
moved with his family to Bloomsburg the
first of April aud is residing In one of Mr.
Tustln's houses on Rock street.
John Johnson, the man who was found
guilty ot complicity with Shaffer In tho
murder of the Colbys, at Lock Haven, has
been granted a new trlaf.
Just received at J. Saltzer's music ware
rooms a fine assortment of Worcester
organs, Domestic sewing machines, etc.
Call and see them.
Melville W. Fuller of Chicago, who has
been nominated by the President as Chief
Justice of the United Stales, is a cousin of
Airs. W. C. Levcrett of this town.
Tho band went to Wllllamsport with the
Danville Odd Fellows, Thursday of last
week to participate in the big parade of
Odd Fellows that took place there on that
J. J. McUenry, one of Benton's enter
prising merchants, went to Philadelphia
on Tuesday to purchase goods. The peo
ple of that section may look out for ome
great bargains on his return.
Dr. Brown has placed a telephone in his
office. Ills place Is on Third street near
the Methodist church. In addition to a
general practice ho operates on the eye and
fits glasses for the same.
On Tuesday charters were granted at the
State department to tho Dioomsburg Bridge
Company, capital stock of $60,000, and the
Columbia County Agricultural, Horticul
tural and Mechanical Association, of
Bloomsburg, capital $60,000.
Joslah Giger appeared on our streets
Monday with two Ice wagons. He pro
poses making bis delivery with two teams
during the summer, so that he can get the
Ice to the customers In the early part of
Go and seo Miss Jocelyn In "Flights at
Night and Travels by Light" In the Opera
House. Over one hundred now scenes
presented every evening. More Informa
tion can bo received than could be gained
by months of travel.
Mrs. Eliza Kesty, mother of J. II. Kesty,
died at tho lattor's residence Saturday 'of
last week. Interment In Roseinont Ceme
tery Monday afternoon. The deceased. was
nearly 70 years of age and for sdmo time
past has been gradually declining In
The Quadrennial General Conference of
the M. E. Church opened Its session Tues
day, May 1st at the Metropolitan Opera
House, New York. Bishop Bowman, the
senior bishop, presided and conducted the
exercises. Chaplain McCabe conducted
D. A. Beckley of this towu, aud Ellery
Y. Ingham of Laporte were elected dele
gates to tho Republican National Conven.
lion, by tho congressional conference
which met at Danville last Saturday.
David Clark of Danville was chosen for
The "White Ribbon" army of which more
than 250,000 women are members through
out the world, had a humble origin In
Htllsboro, Ohio, some fifteen years ago,
when a little band of women led by Mrs.
Judgo Thompson, knelt in the snow before
the saloons of the town and besought their
owners to abandon them.
The law prohibiting the killing of a calf
before it has attained the proper age, Is
very stringent. It provides that "any: per.
son who- kills or causes to bo killed, with
intent to sell the meat thereof for family
uee, a calf lest than four weeks old,, or
knowingly sells or bat in his possession
such meat, with the Intent to sell the same
for such use to foreign market, shall be Im.
prisoned not more than tlx months or fined
not more than $300."
Tennlt shoes and base ball shoes at
THE COLUMBIAN AND
, Mr. Burt Purscl and Miss Martha Kress-!
Icr were married at the rcsldonco of the
Ibrldo's father, Mr. Walk Knitter, at Kpy
on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Itev.
it. JHallalicu performed the ceremony.
For walking and riding "Hench and
rorogold" wheel cultivators with double
.corn and phosphate planter attachments
;go to White, Conner & Sloan, Orangeville,
l'a. apr27 Ow
Our public schools will close Tuesday
nntl Mau All, 11. iKtU aA-l.na ...111 K, I.. 1.1
in t be I bird street school Tuesday after
noon to which all aro Invited. Examina
tions havo bcon held In tho various rooms
during the past week, and many promo
Twenty-five cents a day purchases a
$3,000 policy In The Travelers, of Hartford,
which Is payable In event of death by ac
cident, with $16 weekly indemnity for
wholly disabling Injury. J. H. Maize,
agent, second floor Columbian building
A car of 40,000 pound! capacity was con
sidered n big thing In Its time, but they
wero raised to 60,000 pounds and lately to
60,000. It Is now raid that the Pennsyl
vania rullroad company Is building gondola
cars, almost entirely of Iron with a capacity
of 100,000 pounds or 60 tons.
A larger selictlon of wall paper than ever
before, at Mercer's.
Owing to an accident to the apparatus
Monday, the Harrlctto Jocelyn Company
was prevented from showing the foro part
of the week. They begin their engagement
Thurtday evening and continue through
out the remainder of tho week. They glvo
a first class entertainment and should be
The remodelling of a covered wagon for
uso by Joslah Giger as an Ice wagon baa
Just been completed at M C. Sloan & Bro's.
carriage manufactory The wagon Is hand
somely palutcd In red and yellow and con.
talnB the name, "Bloomsburg Ice Com
pany" In large letters on each side of the
cover. It Is a fine piece of work.
The foundation walls of J. K. Lockard's
new building, corner ofMaln and Centre
streets, aro completed. Charles Krug, the
contractor, deserves credit for completing
this part ot the work without blockading
Centre street. The dirt was hauled away
as fast as It was thrown out of the cellar.
For wall paper at lowest prices Jgo to
J L. Dillon's Immense floral establish
ment Is an attractive spot. Every day
large quantities of beautiful flowers are
shipped away. Mr. Dillon employs eight
bands. One house contains 20,000 potted
verbenas, and another 10,000 roses. His
business has grovn to large proportions In
a few ycarB.
A dlSDatch dated New York, May 1st,
Bays: John Engle, registered at Sweeney's
botcl. this city, from Ashland, Pa., on Sat
urday last. When retiring on Saturday
night he turned on the gas without lighting
it, with as Is supposed, the deliberate inten
tion of suiciding. He was found dead in
his room this morning, death having result
ed from asyhyxiatlng. He had no money
or valuables about him.
J. L. Girlon, proprietor of tbo St Elmo,
is ready for the boom that Bloomsburg Is
expecting this year. He has put on the
road a new bus which runs from the hotel
to every train. It Is a one-horse convey
ance, but will carry seven comfortably,
"Cooncy's" big sorrel draws It with ease.
A new silver-mounted harness made by C
S. Furman is part of the outfit.
List of letters remaining In the Poet Of
fice at Bloomsburg for week ending May
Mrs. HntUe Hartzel, Miss Tittle Lltchard,
Pheby Neyhart, Mytro Oknl, Jacob Walz,
Persons calling for these letters will
please say "advertised."
Geouqb A. Clabe, P. M.
Don't buy your boots and shoes without
seeing F. D. Dentler'a Immense stock.
The regular annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Bloomsburg State Normal
School will be held at the office of F. P.
Blllmeycr Esq. In Bloomsburg, on Monday
May 7, 1888 at 2 o'clock p. m- to elect four
trustees on the part of the stockholders to
serve for'a term of threo years, and select
four persons from whom the Superintend
ent of Public Instruction will appoint two
trustees on the part of the State.
2t F. P. Biluuyhc, Secy.
Frank Bobbins' circus and menagerie is
coming this ay. He was at HarrisDurg
Tuesday. The Harrlsburg Patriot says of
It as follows: The parade was a gorgeous
one, the magnificent horses and spleudld
chariots and cages containing animals
making a display such as Is seldomed wit
nessed. There was a large herd of ele
phants, and other animals In equal abund
ance. The performances were well attend
ed and were first-class In every particular.
April 30 and May 1st will be remembered
as remarkable for extremities In tempera
ture. Monday, tbo thermometer register,
ed In the nineties and Monday evening tho
beat was exceedingly oppressive. A severe
thunder storm prevailed almost all night.
Tuesday the temperature began to tall, and
at evening was down to 40degreos, making
a fall ot over 60 degrees In twelve hours.
While It was so warn1 here op Monday, at
Dakota and Quebec, snow fell to the depth
of four inches, anil many persons took ad
vantage to use their Blcighs at such a lato
J, Saltzer has. Just received at his ware
rooms an Invoice of fine Miller organs.
Mr, John Snyder died at his home In
Bloomsburg on Monday April 30, aged 83
years. For a number of years past be In.
trusted himself In keeping an annual rec
ord of the temperature, deaths and general
Improvements of the town, and publishing
it In the town papers on or about January
1st His last report did not appear, ts he
was taken tick with gangrene Just before
Christmas, and was. not allowed to prepare
his report, although he frequently express,
ed a desire to do so during his sickness
The funeral was held Wednesday after,
The Philadelphia Timet says there Is stilt
another class ot swindlers who have been
2,'dolng" the farmers ot Western Pcnntyl-
vanla with what might be called the sam
ple guino. This, lu brief, Is to exhibit
around the rural fireside sample goods of
varying manufacture, but always a good
quality aud deBlgn. The unsuspecting
granger Is delighted with these, as ho may
well he, orders plentifully from tho bland
salesman, who talks him Into ecs'acles In
teu minutes, and either pays lu advance
or orders the goods sent O. O. I). In the
former case he rarely heart from tho elo
quent agent again, and In the latter be re
ceives a package by express which Is found
to contain cheap or worthless materials.
The game U almost as old as the hills, but
Bllll It ta'aes where newspapers aro un.
Wonderful bargains In spring and sum
mer goods can now bo had al the popular
store ot Lowenberg's estate
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA
Stopped Mia Paper WltNoat
In one of tho windows of tho Ittcori office
are the remains of a subscriber who stop
ped his paper without tho subscription
due. At least that ft what tho card says
that It attached to the skull. Omtxgo llttord.
A IMiotograpb or tlte Town,
A borough nowapaper It's photograph of
the town where It It prlnUd, and Is tho
only evidence Its foreign rcadert bavo of
the town prosperity. Every business firm
should be represented In lu columns that
ttrangert may get a good Impression of
Cull and see O. A. Clark't fine lot of
cheap gilt wall papers, you cm secure a
"FIlghtM at Night."
Tho above entertainment will positively
take place at the Opera House to-night
(Thursday). Miss Jixelyn returned from
New York city thlt morning and says the
di mage to the steroptlcan was repaired
without any trouble Those holding tick
ets for Monday night will be admitted thlt
evening. Reserved seats can bo had at
Dentlcr's thoe store.
A Murderer's Ghott
A despatch from Wtlkcsbarre dated last
Friday says i The Inmates of the Luzerne
County Prison are much terrified by a re
port that tho ghost of Adam Volkovltch,
the executed murderer, Is haunting tbo
cell which ho occupied. A Hungarian
prisoner recently confined In tblt cell arous
ed the Inhabitants of the Jail last night by
his shrieks of terror end informed the night
watchman that Volkovltch bad Just enter
ed the cell and approached the bed upon
which be lay.
Appointed to West Point.
Oscar W. Ent, ton of ex-8herlff U. H.
Hot, has been conditionally appointed as a
cadet of the Dnlttd States Military Acad
emy at West Point. Ho It required to re
port In person at the Academy on the Hth
of June, for examination, and it he pastet,
will be admitted to serve until January
when he will be examined by the" Academic
Board of the Academy, and if be passes
them, he will receive his warrant of Ap
pointment. Tbo appointment comes from
the President, through tbo recommenda
tion of Hon. C. It. Buckalew. Mr. Ent is
a very worthy young man, and we congratu
late him upon securing the appointment.
F. D. Dentler'a spring Btock ot boots and
shoes Just coming In. Call and see them.
Mew nulldliign In Ulooraaburg.
Section 1 of Ordinance No. 18 entitled
"An ordinance respecting the erection and
construction of Wooden buildings in the
Town of Bloomsburg" reads as follows:
Be It ordained and enacted by the Town
Council of tho town ot Bloomsburg, tnd it
Is hereby enacted by authority of the same.
Section 1. That It shall not bo lawful
hereafter to erect or construct within that
portion of the Town of Bloomsburg which
now Is or hereafter may be classified as
built up, any wooden, frame or other build
ing whatsoever, the walls whereof are not
composed wholly ot lncombuitlhlo mater
nor any building with wooden cornice,
French or Mansard roof, or remove any
such building except on the same or an
adjoining lot, nor to enlarge any tucb
building without havlnir first applied and
obtained therefor a permit from the council
in session, duly certified under the seal of
the town; which application shall be In
writing, and signed by the applicant, and
shall contain a statement of the proposed
location, the dimensions and manner of
construction of tbo proposed building or
edifice, aud Ib'i nature and kind of mater
ials to be used In such building: nor shall
it be lawful to locate or remove any inch
building or buildings In any part ot the
said town upon or to a location or site so
that the walls, ends, sides or extremities
thereof shall be less than three feet distant
from the line or lines of the tot or lots up
on which such building may be erected or
removed to, without a permit from the
Council granted upon application being
made as aforesaid; and all or any person or
persons, whether as owners, builders, or
contractors, violating the provisions of this
section, shall be subject to a fine ot not less
than fifty dollars and costs for each offence,
provld"d, that nothing herein contained
shall be considered to apply to the erection
ot coal sheds, wood shed, arbors, or
privies not attached to other buildings.
Trunks and valises, a fine assortment at
It. looking over tbi court proceedings of
the quarter sessions, and discovering the
large numbers ot applicants for divorce,
Illustrates the circumstance of tho meeting
the other day, of Mr. Loyttlck and Miss
Spinnogle. After introduction the former,
ravished with the tatter's beauty; said, "It
I were not a married man I would pro
pose," when the lady quickly rejoined,
"Can't you get a divorce?"
Itevs. Boone and Fortner exchanged pul.
pits last Sunday. Tho former went on a
visit to his parental home which Includes
the tatter's charge. After the sermon Rev.
Fortner sang a piece, entitled "Wandering
Home," when the sweetest voice wo ever
beard chimed In and made the occasion a
melodious one. The participant was the
Reverend's niece. The parishioners were
glad to meet their former pastor.
A sudden chance. Last Tuesday morn
ing the ground was frozen tuffclently hard
to carry a horse, and on Saturday the
thermometer registered 00. Oh my! the
leaves aro not out yet, we "can't crawl in.
to the shade."
Borne farmers, as usual, are again forcing
the season by planting corn on the first of
A. It. Stlne, whose bouse was burned a
short time ago, bag a new house well on
the way. In a few months it will be ready
Judge Krickbaum toil one ot his oxen
the other day. It wat sick only about an
The Cainbra creamery bat "gone tbo way
of all tbo earth."
The earth it gradually putting on her
verdure ot green.
The winter grain it not looking very
promising, yet a warm rain would wonder,
fully improve It in a very short time.
Samuel Gibbon t sowed a piece with oats
about two weeks ago and not a spear can
yet be seen.
The oats Is nearly all In.
Don't net Cuuglit
Thlt tprlng with your blood full of Impurl
ties, your 'digestion Impaired, your appetite
poor, kidneys and liver torpid, and whole
system liable to be prostrated by dltcate
but get yourself Into good condition, and
ready for the chauglug and warmer wiatlt.
er, by taking Hood's Sartaparilla, It
stands unequalled for purifying the blood,
giving an appetite, and for a general
Buy Lester's School Shoes.
Every pair warranted.
By Invitation on Tuesday evening' a
number of young gentlemen ot (his place,
friends of Leo Harmati's, gathered at the
home ot Mr. P. S. HarmarJ tin Iron street
The etenl was In celebration of Lee's hav
ing jutt patted his twenty-flrst birthday,
and an enjoyable evening was spent by all
present. The forepart of tho evening was
patted In card playing. Jutt before the
party adjourned to tho supper table Mr.
Harraan prctontod Leo with a handtome
gold watch. The guests then passed out
to tho dining room where the table tatrly
groaned under its weight of good things,
which were done amplo justice to. The
remainder of tho evening wm pleasantly
spent and the guests departed at a late
hour all wishing Lee many happy returns.
Bloomsburg Gymnasium Club.
The above named club, lately organized,
promlfet soon to becomu a flourishing In
stitution. The third floor of Dentlcr's
building hat been rented for Its use, one of
the rooms to be fitted up as a club room
and tho other already In use as a gymnas
ium. Tho gymnasium has already been
stocked with a large portion of tho neces
sary apparatus, Including rowing machine,
horizontal bar, boxing gloves, foils, etc.,
and more will be purchased from time to
time. The club now numbers about thirty
members and probably others will join.
This Institution fills a long-felt want
among tho young men of our town, and
they seem greatly to enjoy Its advantages,
judging from the numbers that daily fre
quent the rooms. Tho present officers of
the club are R. Runyon, president; C. P.
Elwell, secretary and and L. Lowcoberg,
Our community was startled Friday
evening of last week, about 8 o'clock by
the cry ot fire. At first it was supposed to
be Lockard's Car Shops, and nearly the
whole community turned out to witness a
big fire. Fortunately it wss the paint shop
which wat situated some distance from the
main bulldlacs. When tho flro companies
reached there they found it necessary for
two of the companies to couple their hose
In order to reach from the nearest plug to
the fire. By the time the hose was In read
iness the building was nearly destroyed,
so that their attention was given to tho
piles of lumber. About twenty-five barrels
ot oil, two bales of cotton waste, varnish,
stensll plates and other material was de
stroyed. While the large crowd was about nearly
to start for home a brilliant light was ob
served In the direction of tho Jail, and the
cry given that the jail was on flro. This
was ridiculed at first, but soon found only
too true, but not the jail. It was the frame
stable connected with It. Those who
reached tho stable first, rescued tho horses,
cattle and hogs, together with the wagons,
sleigh, harness, Ac It required quick
work as the flames, having Ignited In the
hay bad gained rapid headway. It was
some time before the hoss carriages could
leave the former fire, and hence tho build
ing was nearly destroyed before the water
was turned on. The sheriff's loss was
The first fire originated by accidentally
upsetting a lamp, while Charles Rupert
was making packing for car wheels. The
second Is a mystery, and was undoubtedly
the work of an Incondiary. Tho barn was
Insured for $300.
Fatal Plre at Bcacli Haven.
A WOMAN BOBMIO TO DtATH.
Between Beach tlaven and Berwick,
about twenty-five miles from Wilkesbarre
and just within the Luzerne county line,
has stood a house which for some time
past has been occupied by three young
women, formerly of Wilkesbarre. Their
names are Annie Nagle, Kate Durkln and
Jonnie Snyder. The two latter had two
lovers named Wesley Probst and "Doc"
Hess, young men of Berwick. These wero
at the house last week Thursday night.
Late In the evening Harry Myers and BUI
Hittlcr, also of Berwick, and said to be
tough characters, called. About midnight
they wsre told to go home, but refused.
A fight ensued and there being five against
two,Mcyers and BIttler wero thrown bodily
from the premises. The doors were lock
ed and tho Inmates then retired. Miss
Nagle occupied a room on the second floor
of the building. The other four occupied
rooms down stairs. They had been asleep
but a short lime when the house was dls
covered to be a mass of flames. It had
been set on fire from the outside. ,
Miss Durkio, Miss Snyder and the men,
Probst and Hess, barely escaped with thetr
lives, after having their hands, beads and
faces badly burned. Annie Nagle appear
ed at a second story window for an Instant,
and was then seen to fall backward In the
seething flames and waa burned to a crisp
Not a vestige of the house was left.
Squro Holloway conducted the Investi
gation into Ihe Beach Haven Incendiary,
The house was occupied by Annie Nagle,
Jennie Snyder, Kato Durkln, "Doc" Hess
and Wesley Probst. The evidence showed
that about 11 o'clock, while they were
playing a game of cards, Harry Meyers and
William Bittler came to the door and
knocked. They were told that they could
not come In: Meyers then drew a revolver
and began firing through the keyholo into
the room. This frightened the people in
tide; tho door was opened and Meyers
and Bittler walked In. Annlo Nagle was
sleeping In her bed upstairs, while Kate
Durkln, Jennio Snyder, Hess and Probst
were still engaged In a gamu of cards at a
table In the sitting room, Upon entering
the room Meyers walked directly to the
table, his revolver In band, and, picking
up a card, fired two shots through It, Hess
and the others remonstrated, saying that
the upper room was occupied, and as the
bullets had gone through the celling,
there was danger of hurting the occupant.
"Who it up there?" demanded Meyers,
with tbo air ot a oow.boy.
"Annie Nagle," was the reply.
"All right, I will go and see where tbo
bullets went to."
He stepped Into an adjoining room,
struck a match and deliberately set fire to
the apartment. The building being old
and dry, the flames spread beforo tho in.
mates were aware of what had been done
and soon the entire structure was ablaze.
The woman sleeping upstairs was arous.
ed as speedily as possible, but the teemed
dazed, and after partially emerging, re.
turned to the chamber and perished. In
the effort to save her tbo other women and
their companions were burned about the
head, face and hands painfully, but not
seriously, Meyer escaped from the build
ing. Hess testified that he saw Meyers strlko
the match, but had no Idea that he Intend,
ed to tot fire to the house. Bittler testified
to about the same tacts. The verdict of
the Jury was that Meyers was guilty of the
'Squire Holloway then Issued a warrant
for his arrest and placed it in the hands of
Detective Holland. Tho officer traced bis
man to Netcopeck, where he arrested him.
On being taken before the 'Squire be plead
not guilty, and was taken to Wilkesbarre
and lodged In Jail.
Men's fii.4 thoet In kangaroo or calf
band or machine tewed at Dentlcr's.
Mrs. Bertha Barnitz, of Shlckshluny, Is
visiting at J, M. O. Ranck's.
Mrr. lirownj In company with daughter
and son Is visiting at Mrs. Jacob Mcllck's
the former's mother,
.Mr. Geo. Zelgler of Turkey Hill died on
Friday last aged 02 years. Interment at
Lutheran burial ground Bloomsburg.
Mrs. Mary Hldlay died at the residence
other daughter Mrs. Danlil Vandcrsllco
on Tuesday. Interment at Hldlay grayo
yard on Thursday.
H. M. Fine a young typo from Williams
port It visiting his mother.
John Kelchncr ts now employed as clerk
for O. M. Tcrwllllgcr & Co. at Buckhorn.
William Hldlay of Orange Is clerking for
Miss Cora Bbultz Is now at homo with
hir parents at Afton, having left A. B.
White, where she has been for tho past 3
A flno line of Wall Paper, Window Cur
tains and fixtures of all kinds and prices at
G. A. Clark's.
Benton, Pa., April 28, 1888.
Msssbs Ediiohs. Your correspondent In
attempting lo criticise the expression
"Statue of Liberty Enlightening the
World," reminds one very much of tho
school-boy who, when asked If ho ever
saw any part of Pennsylvania, answered
yes, and pointing to tho map said "there Is
the wholo of It, It is red and about as large
as your band."
Our glorious liberty ot which tbestatuo ts
an emblem, sheds Its beams over the other
nations of the earth, enlightening them
and enabling them to steer their ship of
Btate toward a harbor of safety, just as the
torch of tbo statue lights tho surrounding
bay and enables Bailors to steer their ships
safely Into New York harbor, and the
Btatue Itself Is no moro Liberty than tbo
map Is the slate of Pennsylvania. So
much for tho "name." Thero Is mi
"legend," and tho abovo Is exactly tbo
"idea" that France, the most highly cultl
vated nation of Europe, wished to acknowl
edge In piesentlng the statue. L.
If you aro sick Simmons Liver Regu
lator will surely aid nature In making you
well. If you aro costtvo or dyspeptic or
ore Buffering from any other of the numer
ous diseases of tho liver, stomach or bow
els, It Is your own fault If you remain ill,
forSlmmont Liver Regulator Is a sovereign
remedy tn all such complaints.
Located at the Central.
W. L. Fornwald, tonsorlal artist, now
located at tho Central Hotel, is prepared to
do first-class work In all the latest styles.
Ladies' and children's hnlr curling and
cutting a specialty. Give htm a trial and
be convinced of the excellence of his work.
Good workmen and lowest prices.
rniLADiLroiA, Monday, April SO, ISM.
A postal-card request will
bring our new Spring and Sum
mer t-ataiogue: a great aid in
Sicilienne. Opened yester
day four colorings in a new
grade, gi a yard. But they are
53 inches wide, and six yards is
an average pattern. They
shimmer like sunshine on the
wate, the dust falls away from
them like water from mercury.
The highest court of Fashion
says they are to be worn for
many uses. Other grades, nar
rower, down to 25 cents.
Scotch Zephyr Ginghams
The boldst, richest plaids and
stripes of all that canny cotton
family. Selected long fibre
cotton; precise spinning, thor
ough weaving, wonders of the
dyers' art. The braes o' Bon
nie Doon never bloomed more
fresh and fair.
Crown wearers, these Zeph
yrs: 50 centers, every one of
them. But the knife has been
at work. Just as rich and royal
as ever, this season's patterns
and every yard new, but the
price is 37i-Ac.
Plaids, overplaids, mixed
piaius ana stripes, ana many
Jacquard patterns. 53 styles in
For 37yic Thrifty mammas
will be stowing away yards and
yards of these for another sea
The 3o-inch wick-striped and
plaided Scotch Gingham at 25c
is slipping out right merrily
No wonder; imported to sell at
40c, and worth it.
Not another store in th
world, perhaps, treats Gloves as
we treat them. 14s feet of
counter, and never a Glove
away that oucht to be there.
and never one that comes short
of good worth for the money.
uut we are every now and
again doing something in Glove
values that makes unusual talk.
A late steamer brings us
fuller stock and newer shades
of our famous 4-buttom real
ivtd Uloves. 1 he new comers
are 3 modes and 3 new greens
Their color scale now runs :
Straight first, handsomely em
broidered, and the sorts that
are commonly sold for $1.50.
Our price $, We take it they
are at the top notch of Gloves
The best $3 Shoe for men.
Tannery calf seamless vamp
genuine Dongola kid top, solid
leather insole and half double
sole, solid leather counter.
That's the stock they're made
of. Put together to stay. Per
fectly smooth insole; no tacks
or nails or thread to harrow up.
your sole. As easy on the in
side as a hand-sewed shoe.
Not a slight or scrimp in make
j or finish. Every pair warrant-
ed; you shall have pair for pair
if they turn out amiss.
Laced, capped toe
Laced, plain toe
Congress, plain toe
Tliittnn. nlnin fnn
Four styles. Say whether your
foot is medium nr full width.
Sent anywhere without extra
We call it the "Wanamakcr
Wearwell." The name and the
"3" are stamped on each shoe.
A Literary Opportunity
Perhaps we give you so many
such that you don't appreciate
them. But this is possibly the
Riverside Pocket series; ten
popular books, in tasteful form,
bound in cloth, flexible; publish
ers' price 50 cents. Here is
Dwphaven; by riarah Orno .Jewett.
Exile; from "L'ttle Classics."
Adirondack Stories b I'. Demlng.
A Gentleman ot Leisure: by Krtgar Fawcett.
Tlte Snow image' and other Twice-Told Tales:
by Natimdler Hawthorn.
Watco and Ward; by Henry James.
In the Wilderness; by Charles Iudlo wamer.
A study of Hawthorne; by Oeorge t. Lallnop.
Detmoid; br William Henry Ulshop.
The story of a Mine; by Bret llartc
You can have them at twenty
cents each. Do you compre
hend the smallness of the price?
The constant improvement
in Book News has made it a
magazine of great literary
worth. 50 cents a year. Sam
ple copy free.
1. W. Hnrtman & Sons were ready to
advertise Ltwna of all styles but the wnath
er went back on them. They now offer
Sateens, 75 pieces, 12Jc to 87c.
Ur. Honors A. Robblns treats diseases
of the eye and ear, and Is prepared In tetl
eyes for glasses. Mar,30-3m.
Fine Cabinet portraits only
$3- doz. Life size Crayons only
$10.00. Viewing, copying and
enlarging. Instant process
Parasols arc in all styles aud shades at I.
W. Uarlman & Sons'.
J. H. Stccker has a nico lot of bananoB,
which will bo sold cheap. Oranues, ban
anas and lemons always on hand, which
are sold cheap.
Pans will be opened the next warm wave
ai 1. Y. uarlman OS Hons'.
Now Is tho timo to select vcur summer
light colored hat, soft or stiff at G. W
liertsch's who has just received a full lino
nt them, all of the latest blocks and styles.
Look at our 15c Lisle Thread gloves.
H. W. SLOAN.
If you want any Spring Clothing go to
uross tne JN. l . (Jlotbier, be sells the cbeap.
est. Bloom. l'a.
Go to C. U, Marr's for nice cheap driss
When you want a perfect fit In n suit of
Clothing or Overcoat cull ut G, W Hertsch's
Ihe Merchant Tailor, who has a full lino of
Cloths and Cues liners to select lroin, till of
tue latest styles aim pauerus.
Wire Netting for poultry yards at Schuy.
lera' Hardwaru Store.
A few moro .summer 6klits left. We
guarantee uie eolorn last. Uall and ex.
amine. H. W. SLOAN.
New spring and summer goods at C. O.
Every farmer should havo a Hell as a
protection aguiust fire and 11 safeguard
for his fninlly against tramps while n vay
from the house, a large lot at very low
fwti-v ut cuuujitr s iiuruware oiorc.
Wool and cotDn carpet clmln In all col
ors at C. O. Marr's.
Ladles gauze vests, thirty.'.hree cents
apiet u ill u. DliUAiVD.
Wait for "Tho Pansy."
Don't forget that G. W. llutscli the
laiior uiiu turnlsber has just leccived a
full lino of Percal Shirts, all the latest ttyles
and patterns. Call and sue them bofuro
Horse, cattle and poultry powder lit C. V
A large stock of Ginghams and seersuck
ers. Plaids and stripes. II. W. SLOAN.
Sec tho Lnce Caps for Children nt I. W.
tiarimau as bon:
Always remember that G. W. Hertsrl,
has a full Hue of Gtnts KurnWhlng Goodt
on iianu, un cj! tbe latest novelties and
styles especially In tho wuv of Neckwear.
no two of the Mine pattern, give him ti call
wuen you want one.
Men, Women and Children's Halbrigpui
nuu uauzo uuuerwear i.ow open ut 11. yv.
Headquarters for lUrb Wire at Schuyler's
C. C. Marr wants Duller, Eggs and Lard
Fishing tackle, trout files, hooks, baskets,
rods, reels, bonks anil tlm best general as
sortment of tackle to be found In the county
lHr.,ni.,.r'u 11.., . !,.,- u,-.. J
C. O. Marr buys dried apples.
Spring Holler Curtains 60c to (1.00 each
at 1. Mailman s sous'.
If you want a Fluo Suit or a new Hat go
Gross the N. Y Clothier.
C. O. Marr wants side, shoulder and ham
370 yds. White Pique, 15c a yd. worth
20c at I, W. Uartman & eons'.
Suits for Men, Hoys, and Children, tfio
latest gammer styles at GrosB' Clothing
Wail for "Tho Pansy."
About COO yds. of 76c and 62c Dress
Goods reduced to 60c a yd. at I. W. Hart
man & Sons'.
SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE
allow a cough to run until it gels
beyond thu rtacli of medicine. They
often say, "Oh,- It will wear away,"
but In must cbbcb it wears them
away. Could they bo induced to try tho
successful medicine called Kemp's Ualsum,
which nu tell on a positive guarantee to
cure, they would Immediately see Ihe ex.
ccllent effect after taking tho first dose.
Price 60c. and 1. Trial size tree. At all
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby wm sick, we jst her Castorla. J
wnea sue was a ChlM, the cried for CutorU,
When the became Mite, the clunc to Outorla,
When tht had Children, the gare them CutorU.
TUB HOMLtESt MANlN lll.OOMSHUHO
tin will aathchaudsomctt,and others aro In.
vlted to Call on any druggist and get tree a
trial bottle of Kemp's Ilaltam for the
throat and lungs, n remedy that Is selling
entirely upon Its merits and Is guaranteed
to cure and relieve all chronic and acute
coughs, nslhmn, bronchitis and constimp.
tlon. Prlco 60 cents and $1,
ICcxetmi, Ilcliy, Hculy, Hklu
Tim slmnlo ntmllcatlnn of "Swaync'a
Olntmcnl," without any Internal nvdlclne,
will cuio nny case f Tetter, Suit IUitum,
Hlngwonn, Pllci", Itch, Bore, I'lmptcs,
Eczema, all Scaly, Itchy Skin Eruptions,
no matter how obstinate or long standing.
It Is potent, effertlvc, and costs but a trifle.
Tn I'mtHEIlVK NATllHAL FtOWKBS.
tho llowers In melted paraltlue, withdraw.
, llmm nlltrklf Thf! Itllllid SllOnld b
only Just hot enough to maintain Its fluid
ity anil tno uowers siinuiu iu uippcu uuo
at n time, held tiy tho stocks and moved
nbout for nn Instant to get rid of air bub
bles. Fresh cut flowers, free from moist
ure, make excellent specimens tn thla.way.
If you would preserve your health and In.
vlgorutu your entlro system use Pcrrlnc'a
Puro Uarloy Malt Whiskey. For sale by
C. U. Hobblns, Iiloomsbuig, Pa. ew.
IMIch! IMIch! Itctilug Piles.
Symptoms Moisture 1 Intense Itching and
stinging j most nt night 1 worse by scratch.
Ing. II allowed to continue tumors rorm,
which often bleed and ulcerate, becoming
very sore. Hwayno's Ointment stops tbe
Itching and bleeding, heals ulceration, and
In roost cases removes the tumors. At
druggists, or by mall, for 50 cents. Dr.
Swaync & Son, Philadelphia.
nv virtus or a writ ot Levari facias Issued
o'at oi 'tlifl court ot common pleas ot Columbia
county and to me directed will be exposed to
publlo sale at tho court houao In the town of
Bloomsbure, ra., on
MONDAY, AIAV 7, 1888.
at t o'clock p. m., tho following real estate, to-wlti
All those tracts, pieces or parcels ot land situate
In tho township of Jnontour In the county ot Col
umbia and state ot Pennsylvania bounded and
described as follows to-wlt: The first beginning
at a post on corner of land ot Soloman Giger
tbencorunntngsouth along other lands ot Solo-
man Giger sixty-eight degrees, west one hundred
and four perches to a pine oak thence north along
land of M. Faust nlno degrees, wost eighty-three
perches to a stone thence south alorjg land of the
same eighty-one degrees, west seventy-thrce
perches to a stone, thence north along land of the
samolenanda naif degree', west twenty-eight
perches to a stone, thence north along other lands
of the said Panlel Giger deceased eighty-one de
grees Bast one hundred aud scveiteen perches
trxastorle,,lbence north along lands ot tho same
seventy degrees, east forty-two perches to a
stono thence south along lands of Solomon Giger
fifteen and on half degrees, cast one hundred and
and one perches to a post the place of beginning
containing sixty-four acres strlo'- measure.
The second, beginning at a white oak tree and
running thenro along land ot Daniel Glger's heirs,
south elghty-ono and three quarter degrees, west
rorty-nlnu and nine tenths perches to a stone
thence north along land ot John Glger's heirs,
eight and three-quarter degrees, west sixty (and
two-tenths perches to a stone, thence north along
land of Ellas OlEer eighty -two degrees, east nfty
nlneand nlno tecths perches to a stone, and
thence south along land ot Christum Ilelst eight
degrees, cast sixty perches to a white oak tree
tne place of beginning containing eighteen aerea
and one hundred and forty-nine perches, neat
measure, excepting and resenlng to Barbara
Gelger her helrsand assigns from and out ot the
aforesaid lands all the Iron oro and any and all
other minerals lying and being In, upon and under
the said premises together tho right ot free In
gress, egress and regress In, upon and over tho
said premises with miners and other workman
with horses, carts and wagons to mine dig and
carry away the Iron ore and other minerals In, up
on and under tho said premises and to make and
uso such roads as may be required for the removal
of said ore or minerals, together also with the
right to use and occupy as much ground aa may
be required for the depositing ot dirt, slate aad
other let use from the mines, the said Barbara
Giger, holding herself, her heirs and assigns now
and ut all times hereafter free and clear from
every and all liability for loss or damage to the
said Elmer IV. Hunyan her heirs or assigns occas
ioned elthenllrectly or Indirectly by reason of the
opening of mines upon the said premises or the
making and constructing ot roads through the
Seized taken Into execution In tbe suit of Stacy
John's executors and Deborah Harrison's executor
against E. W. Itunyan and to be sold as the pro
perty of K. V. Itunyan.
nutate of Alfrta Boicer,tate of Centre toumihli),
letters testamentary on tho said estate having
ben granted to tho undersigned, all persons
Indebted to said estato are hereby nothled
to pay tho same, and thofe having claims against
s.iid estuto will present the samo for settlement
to . SILAS CONNEk, Admr.
A. L. Fritz, Atty. May4 6w
T ET'I IJvG.
"Tropo8al will be received at the commissioner's
omce until twelve o'clock noon, on Friday the
eighteenth day ot May. lsss, for tho building ot a
new stabU at the county Jail, on tbe site of the
one lately burned down, and a'so for the erection
of a stone pier under lted Hock bridge, crossing
Flslilngcreek near liloomsburv. I'lans and speoin
catlon cun be been at the Commissioners' omce
after tho 8tU Inst, Tho Commissioners reserve
the right lo reject any or all bids.
Wm. 0. Oiktom, )
.Izssk IIitti!nuodskA Commissioners.
ZKl STKP11BNS, j
Attest, J. D. 110DINX, clerk.
rjniAL LlhT FOtl MAY TERM, 1889.
lUlen M Crlsman vs Jonn Howell and It D Lacoe:
II K Heaccck vs sarnuei T lles.
II E lleacock vs Curry Mosteller.
Marr E Heacock vs l'hlla 4; Heading II R Co et aL
L II Fowler vs CD Fowler.
Andrew Fowler vs c D Fowler.
A V Creamer vs E II and U It Little,
.1 II lloyt vs Berwick Borough.
Franklin Yocum. Guardian, vs Wm J Zahneret aL
Daniel F seybert vs Gideon O Hosier.
Hohr .Mellenry's use vs K J Mcllenrys admrx.
Daniel F r-eybert vs Juiuch Hponeiioerg.
James I'ollock s Ilonry William Vandersllce.
Maud A llartman vs Vtllltam r Welllver.
M A Morkle vs Berwick Borouglu
B F Gardner vs Itloomsburg H s E L Co.
Alfred In In vs Bloomiburg tulllvan It It Co.
famuel Aiinleinan's r.x'r vs diaries V Miller.
William E IMMh et al vs Freeman McAfee.
Allen B Croop vs 11 B Low.
Ed M David et al vs Jonas Crlsman with notice,
Henry c hnyder vs Jackson & Woodln Mfg Co.
Bloomsburg Banking Co n Stephen l'oheet aL
Daniel II Spouenuerg vs George K Hess.
A Warner 4 Co vs w esley Bowman,
A Wan er a: Co vs J E 1'atterson.
Geo s Fleckensilne use isaa Wilson.
George W Murphy vs I. A lllley Co.
John Moran vs James Barry's admrx.
A A Kline's Exrs vs Wm A Kile.
Wm Brlce a Co vs Mrs E llarfv.
Charles W Cole vs Ezeklel cole.
1 HAND JUIIOR3 FOH MAY TEH 41
Beam Abraham ltlee, Joseph Slngley,
Benton-George It, Hess.
Berwick hterllng Dickson, W T Edwards, Hobort
Bloom hamuel L 1'otler.
Brlarcreek James c Sponenberger.
cauwlssa I s. KrHgh, Charles .Mendenhalt.
centre .1 llagenbuch, E E Low,
con) ngham George Harvey.
Greenwood W 1' Ileler.
Uxjust Joslah lthoads, Montcllus Yeager.
Madison Uobert M Butler.
Main David hhuman.
illitlln-charlcs creasy, Georgo Fry, Joseph Shu
man. Fine C H Parker. Thorn is sweenev.
TRAVERSE JURORS FOR MAY TERM
Beaver John Fritz, IsnelSchelL
Bentou-lltluert Hulm, UU MendenhalL
Bloom I LGlrton, I s Kulm. 7. H Bobbins, John
Mlekle, o M Vandersllce, John Wolf. ,
Brlarcreek' -Eliot Adams.
Catawlssa Trent Creasy, Geo 8 Gilbert, Reuben
Miller, John Obcrdorf, blmon Kouji, F L Suuinau.
Centralla M w Brennan, Bernard Dugan, w K
Center-John Kelchner, William McAllester,
Greonwood-J ll Glrton.rcbuyler Kramer, Samuel
Hemlock n 8 llartman, John llartman.
Locust Samuel ltelnbold.
Main Emunuel Mouscr.
Miniln-W o Dewm.
Mt. Fleasant in F Crawford, Oeorge L Johnson
lino Lata) ette linger,
scott 11 N White,
bugarloaf WlUion Cole,
Benton I J Kama.
Berwick y o tiaruard, George A Smith, Isaac
Bloom-K 11 AngeL A O Brlggs, V II Ent, It J Mor
ris, Henry M import, I anlel Miner.
Hrtarcroek-Mepu n lilettoilck, o a Ferris.
Caluulbbg Allen Barndt, Jacob llower,
Centralla David Djko.
ccnter-A J Kocber.
Con) ngham-l'atrlelt Haley.
Greeuuood-rU F Glloon. Jihn Law tori.
Hemlock Malhlas Girt on.
Loouat-(1 W Carl, 1) 1- Levari.
-Miniln-M 11 Hell, r
Montour W c Johnson.
Ut. Pleasant Wesley .Mordan.
Oionge-ll W Brumtteller, 11 J Conner, il O Vance.
itoaiuigcicek-ll I'Ciienltigliii. Amosbnjiler.
hcou Allied Lowe, Charles 11 Lee, James D Ter
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