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COLUMBIAN hNB DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
FltlDAY, MAY 18, 18H8.
From oar Regular Correspondent,
Wasiunoton, May 14th, 1888.
Mr. Cloyeland is in a glorious good
nnmor these bright Spring days, and
ho has good causo to be, for no docu
ment la the history of this Government
has had snob, good and immediate ef
fect upon tho pcoplo of the country as
did his celebrated message to Congress
limine rovenuo rofoiui.
It is not yet six months b'hioo that
messa'ae was sent to Congross, and in-
. t - . 1..!
sioau oi i no lumoornuo party uumg
torn to flinders as tho croakers pro
dieted, tho party is today marching in
a solid phalaux to tho musio of reve
nue reform. Slate after State as they
hold their conventions join in tho grand
chorus and 'ere long the glad tidings
will bo echoed from the Atlantic to the
Pacifio and from tho Gulf of mexioo
to tho dominion of Canada.
But oven this bright picture has a
sombre side, caused by shadows thrown
from a group of democratic mombers
who under the leadership of Mr.
Samuel Randall, of Pennsylvania,
havo mutinied against the Administra
tion, at least in this matter. Tbis
group is growing smaller and smaller,
However, and their constituents are be
giniug to bo heard from. Already
one o? them has been defeated for
renomination solely on account of his
opposition to the Mills tariff bill, and
more of them will go tho same way. un
less they oomo into the . party lines
while there it yet time to reform.
A bill has been introduced into the
House to ercot a monument in this
city to the memory of Gen. W. S.
Hancock, and tho bill will go through
this session, if it is not overlooked in
tho hurry and excitement of national
conventions and much more that is
connected with the Presidental cam
The republican Senators who are
members of the Judiciary committee
are in no hurry to make a report on
the nomination of Mr. Fuller for Chief
Justice of tho United States. Still the
report will be all right when it is made
because they oan find no reason for its
being otherwise, and as tho Supreme
Conrt adjourned today until next Oc
tober, there is no particular hurry
about the confirmation.
Owing to the large number of mem
who are down for speeches on tho
Mills tariff bill, it has been definitely
settled to continue the general debate
until Saturday the 19th inst. inclusive.
At a caucus of the democratic members
it was deoided that all democrats pro
posing to offer amendments to the bill
should submit them to tho democratic
members of the Ways and Means
Committee for consideration and re
port to another caucus to be held this
week. Mr. Randall gave notice that
he would not be bound by caucus ac
tion on tbis question.
A large number of amendments
have been submitted to tho committee
in accordance with the above, and
Saturday afternoon was spent in con
sidering them and in hearing the state
ments of the gentleman who proposed
them. No decision has yet been arriv
ed at by the committee, bnt it is pro
bable that they will will report in fa
vor of some amendments to tho bill, in
the interest of party harmony. The
final passage of the bill is still doubt
ful owing to the stubborness of the
The River and Harbor bill which
passed the House appropriates $20,
000,000. The Senato has ratified tho Chinese
treaty, and passed the International
Copyright bill; also tho bill forfeiting
all unearned railroad land grants.
There was no division on any of the
above measures except tho copyright
bill and only ten Senators voted against
One of tho ablest speeches yet made
on the tariff was on Friday last by
Congressman Scott, the millionaire of
Erie, Pennsylvania. Mr. Scott is a
member of the Ways and Means com
mittoe, a confidental friend of the Pres
ident, and the owner of large coal
mines and iron manufactories. For
these different reasons his speech was
attentively heard. He made a strong
argument bristling with figures and
facts in favor of the bill and in con
clusion said: "We are here, sir we,
tho majority of the Ways and Means
Committee and of tbis House in de
fense of American iudustry. We alone
offer it protection; wo seek alono the
independence and aggrandizement of
domestic labor by liberating it from
unnatural restraints and allowing it the
undisturbed possession and the com
plete enjoyment of its own earnings.
Tho other side offer it what! A mon
opolized market in which to buy the
necocsaries of lifo on the one hand,
an ! on tho other a labor markot sub
ject to the caprico of trusts." Among the
distinguished people who heard Mr.
Scott's speech wero Mrs. Cleveland
Postmaster Stovtnson, who, by the
way, has declined to allow his name to
be used in connection with tho guber
natorial nomination in Illinois.
A Train Purposely Wrecked,
A FAST FUF.K1HT DERAILED AND TIIK UN
nlNKKH KILLED NKAr SHENANDOAH.
Siimundoaii. Pa., May 14 The
freight train on the Philadelphia and
Reading railroad from Mahanoy city,
due at tins plaoe at 5.20 o.clock tbi
mominff. met with a terrible accident
at Mossjcroek. Tho engineer was kill
ed and several others badly injured.
The vueine. No. 147, drawing two
freight cars, was running at a speod of
twenty nnloj an hour, when in cross
ing a frog near tho creek the ei'gine
was derailed and rolled down an em
bankment ten feet high and landed on
on iis front end. James Houghton,
of Mahanov City, the enciiieor, was in
Btantly killed, bvinc scalded and orush
pd. John Welsh, the fireman, also ol
Mahanoy City, had one leg cut of and
tin iirni uruKuu, aim iin.ii.quu,
one of the brakeinen, was scalded
On examining the fror it was fouud
that a stot.o was fit mly widged hit
it. and from its position, it was suppos
sod that it was placid thtro by some
lienu witn uie imumiuii ut muu&iug
Ant tier Train Thrown Into a Oreek.
Siiamokin. Pa.. May 14. Charles
Voiohinskl was killed on tho Philadel
phla and Ri ading railroad near Sha
mokin. Five minutes latir the same
tinin ran off the track and forty cats
were thrown in the Shamokiti creek
Tho accideut was caused by a mis
Face the Truth.
It is Idle to close our eyes to tho
plain truth that wo must havo free raw
materials and relieve tho necocsaries of
life of needless taxation, to give pro
tootlon to our manufacturers. Any
other form of protootion, no matter by
what name it shall bo called, is simply
Tho falluro of tho Bridesburg Manu
facturing Company of this city, whose
affairs wero placed in tho hands of a
recoivor on Saturday, is imputed to ta
riff agitation and the uncertainty that
agitation has created in business. It
is Into that tariff agitation always dis
turbs business just as surgery disturbs
comfort, but in tho swiftly changing
conditions of business in this progres
sive land, tariff agitation and tariff
changes must come to proteot healthy'
Tho Bridesburg Company is one of
tho largest factories of lextllo machine
ry on the Continent, and why not man
fully look tho truth squarely in the face
and tell It frankly to Congress and tho
world! The real reason why there is
no demand for toxtilo machinery is tho
fact that important raw materials of
our textilo manufacturers aro so heav
ily taxed that their product is too
costly for enlarged markets; and when
to costly raw materials is added tho
uttorly inexousablo taxation of the no
cessarios of life which makes high
wages really low wages to labor,
what hope can there be for the gtcat
textile interest of the country outside ( f
free raw materials and reduocd taxes?
Let wool, hemp, flax, jute and all
raw materials used by our textilo man
ufacturers be as ireo as cotton, and let
tho oppressive taxes be taken from the
common necessaries of life, and tho
BridesburK Manufacturing Company
will at on co emergo from its embar
rassment to weloome a long season 'of
prosperity. Not only the manufac
turers of textilo machinery but tho
manufacturers of textile fabrics, must
have free raw materials and reduoed
taxes on the necessaries of life. If
tbey are refused that relief, no mea
sure of tariff protection, even to abso
lute prohibition ot importations, can
give them tho protection they most
The time has oome to face the truth
on tho tariff question. Our present
exoessive taxes upon ourindustneo and
our industral products are tho veriest
mokery of protection: and we must
now demand the honest, pratical pro
tection of both manufacturers and la
bor, or witness general prostration in
all industrial circles. Face the truth!
Lawyer Dewitt no Longer Insane.
Wilkes-Bamik, May 14. The case
of Attorneys. W. Dewitt, who has
been conbned in tho Danville Asylum
for over a year, was heard before
Judge Rice this morning. In April of
last year Dewitt entered the othce ot
George B. Kulp, a prominent lawyer of
this city, and with the wosds, "prepare
to die," drew a revolver and fired a
shot at him. The bullet misBed, and
Kulp fled beforo a second shot could
be fired. Dewitt was adjudged insane
and sent to the asylum. The hearing
to day was on a writ of habeas oorpns
to obtain his release. A number of
physicians who had examined Dewitt
swore that he was not perfeotly sane.
Mr. Kulp, acting through, counsel, op
Dosed his liberation, but Judcre Rioe
adjudged him sane and ordered him to
A remarkable death oocured in Cin
cinnati Tuesday evening. A three-
year-old boy named William nouwein
Btood on tiptoe under a hydrant in the
yard and attempted to suck water from
the spout, putting his mouth close
against it. In some unaccountable
way be was held there by suction, and
an hour later bo was found banging
dead, with his face black and blue.
The fast freight from Philadelphia
ran into a land slide on the Reading
railroad one mile south of Reading,
Saturday mornina. Tho looomotive
was badly damaged, but no cars wero
wreoked. Another serious wreck oc
curred on the same railroad near PottB
town on Friday evening which delayed
passenger trains three hours ana re
sulted in the destruotiou of much pro-
Dertv. The smoshun was caused by
the breaking of an axle of No. 54
fre'gut, from rhiladelpma.
Six at a Birth.
London. May 13. The wife of tho
Syndic mayor of Castagnoh Ticiuo
has given birth to six obildreu. ibis
fact is testified to as absolutely correct
by an authoritativo Berne correspon
dent. The woman, whose name is
Rezzonico, is 28 years of age, and has
already Riven birth to three and lour
children at ono birth. Her husband is
married for the second time, and nas
seven children by his first wife. The
six children, four boys and two girls,
were born living, but died soon alter
ward. The news of this oxtraordi
naiy event, perhaps hithorto unheard
ot in the annals ot anthropology, nas
created a great sensation, especially in
Italy, and doctors are hastening to the
scene trom Milan, uomo aua otuer
towns to satisfy themselves of its truth.
Hooded by the Mississippi.
THE TOWN OK ALEXANDRIA UNDER
WATKtt FARMINO LANDS INUNDATED,
St. Louis, May 13. At 11 o'clock
yesterday morning the levee situated
South of Alexandria, Mo., broke in
several olaces. and a vast volumo of
water began pouring iuio me town.
A spasmodic attempt was made to
check the irresistible Hood, but within
a few minutes the laborers quit and no
rented the inevitable. It required less
than an hour to tnnucdalo the entire
town, which is covorod with water
trom two to six fee1, submersing al
most every foot of ground. Water
bavins roached half of the houcos.
their occupants have sought refuge in
the upper stor'u s of buildings, where
tuey win ue wiprisoueu uuui uiu duu
sldence oi the flood in the main street
Sidowalks aro overflowed and skids are
landed in the doorways of private re
sidence. Business is entirely suspen
ded. There has boon no loss of lifo
nor great daraago to property within
At this point the Mississippi is
fully seven miles wide, and within tho
raugo of vision one vast expanse of
water groots the eye. The area of far
ming lard in the Missouri bottoms
that is submerged is estimated at 76,
000 acres, and a continuance of tho
flood will result in an approximated
loss to the farming community of that
region of at least $300,000. A high
wiud is prevailing to day, which caused
tbo waves to wash opening in tho War
saw levee, which affords protection to
some 00,000 acres of fertile Illinois
Mat 9. Inquest awarded In estate ot
Sheriff Smith acknowledged deed to
John Drum vs. Ellmanda Drum sub
poena In dlvorco awarded.
On petition Charles Trembly discharged
Tho following roads wero confirmed An
allyi FiftutoRCrcrk near Stillwater, Fish,
lngcrcek near Frank Hess', Denton and
Sugtvrloaf near A. 1). Cole's. llrldgo la
Orange near David Herring's mill-race.
On petition, Roy Roberts adopted by C.
A. U. Stewart vs. McKelvy Brink, potl
tlon fur rule to show causo filed, rule grant
ed, and made absolute by consent.
Sale ot real estate ordered In estate of
Danlol Force deceased.
Kstato ot Henry T. Miller, petition for
Adjourned to Monnay, 14th Inst,
Mat 14th. Judge Ktwcll presided until
Judgo Arcbbatd arrived.
Dond In estate of Arthur O. Garrlson,tllcd.
Commonwealth vs. J. Emerson Lore.
Defendant sentenced to pay a flno of $25
and costs of prosecution, and pay to Mary
0. Oordncr $35 for lylng-ln expenses, and
a like sum for support of child to this time
and $1.00 a week for child until It Is seven
years old, and glvo bond to keep child off
poor district of Pine.
Annie H. Price vs. Ellas Price, subpoena
In divorce awarded.
Itulo granted to show causo why an
order of sale shall not bo made for Bryn
Slon church at Bloomsburg.
Inquest awarded In estate of Jonas Doty.
Franklin Yocum, guardian vs. W. J.
Zabncret al., case tried, verdict for defend
On petition, D. B. Wbltmlre appointed
guardian of Arthur W. Bower, Miles E.
Bower, Clara 0. Bower, Leister L. Bower,
Myron A. Bower and Laura A. Bower.
Estate ot D. W. Walter. On petition,
Geo. E. Elwcll appointed an auditor to
state an account between the administra
trix and the estate, and report at next term.
Estate ot Samuel Meats, on petition O.
Herring appointed auditor to stale account,
and report at next term. Rule to show
causo why executors shall not pay costs of
citation made absolute
W. II. Roads vs. John Hordan and Al
fred Pegg. Rule to show causo wiry Judg
ment should not be opened, granted.
Uzal Fowler discharged from prison on-
Citation awarded In estate of W. E. Pres
In re lunacy ot William Herbert, Inquest
confirmed and Christian Lefller appointed
commltteo to give bond In $5000.
Citation awarded to administrator of
Jonas Doty to fllo an account
Sale ot real estate ordered in estate of S.
Mat 15. R. R. Little appointed commis
sioner to take tcstlmoDy In the case of Mary
E. Rlcketts lunacy.
Alias order ot sale granted in estate of
W. H. Catterall appointed guardian ad
litem ot Edith Catterall.
Ordered that the sheriff bo allowed one
assistant to convey II. O. Btlne to the peni
tentiary. B. F. Gardner vs. Bloomsburg'Stcam and
Electric Light Co. Jury selected and
sworn, case to bo tried next Monday.
Amos Hartman, Amos Rlchcldlfer and
John Appleman appointed viewers of a
road in Madison near John Cox's.
Abraham Dribclbls, Jacob Girard and I.
. Dewitt appointed viewers of a road In
Jackson near Geo. McIIenry's.
Robert Boston, J. Y. Alllger and D. S.
Robbins appointed viewers of a road In
Bugtrloaf near Thos. Smith's.
Conrad Kreamer, James Klnlan and G.
W. Suplee appointed reviewers of a road
In Greenwood near W. W. Eves'.
M. Millard, M. Scybert, and S. D. Ney-
bard appointed reviewers of a road In Ben
ton near J. J. McHcnrv's.
Petition filed to invest funSS In estate of
A. 0. Garrison, a minor, filed.
Sale ordered in estatoot Franklin Rhodes.
0. E. Qcyer, Esq. appointed auditor in
estate ot Samuel Freas.
It. Buckingham Esq. appointed auditor
in estate of Humphrey Parker.
R. R. Littbo Esq. appointed auditor In
estate of W. Sitler.
R. R. Little Esq. appointed auditor in
estate of Daniel Thomas,
N. U. Funk Esq. appointed auditor In
eate nt Mary N. Barman.
L. E. Waller Esq. appointed auditor in
estate ot Joseph A. Hess.
F. P. Billmcyer Esq. appointed auditor
In estate ot Henry Hoffman.
J. H. Maize Esq. appointed auditor In
estate ot John S. Moore.
0 W. Miller Esq. appointed auditor in
estate of Samuel M. Patterson.
J. M. Clark Esq. appointed auditor In es
tate of Jane Vance.
L. E. Waller Esq. appointed auditor In
est ate of T. J. Hutchison.
In the matter of a nroDosed nubile road
In Sugarloaf and Jackson townships, a mo.
tlon was made by counsel for petitioners
against the road to recall a former order
and refer the order back to the same or dif.
terent viewers, whereupon the court grant,
ed the motion and appointed reviewers.
Joslah Phillips vs. W. Potts Ramsey,
Anna D. Hagenbucb and C. C. Hagenbucn.
Rule granted to show causo why money
collected shall not he paid over.
wm. J. .Dirk vs. tiolomon Dirk) rule
granted to show causo whv Judgment shall
not be stricken off.
W. W. Beybert vs. Rebecca M. Bevbert.
divorce; 8. P. Hanky appointed commls.
sloner to take testimony.
xscllleu. Myers vs. E. L. Myers, divorce;
Wm. Crlsman appointed to take testimony.
Estate of Jacob Dcmott, same.
In re division of Greenwood townshiD
into two election districts, commissioners
Artley vs. Artlev. divorce: alias subDOena
Estate James D. Brown, time for audi
toi's report extended to next term.
Peter Suit vs. Ella W. Suit, divorce;
urani nernng appointed commissioner to
Id ro exceptions to account of Elizabeth
Strausser, administratrix nt Oeo. Btrausser,
ueceaeea. um uuneman coallnucu ,as
renon In advanced Ugf ol
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bites, Backache, Wounds, Headache,
Toothache, Sprains, &c Sold by all
pruKRists, Fries 23 Cents a Bottle.
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Intending purchasers of Pond's"
Extract cannot tako too much pre
caution to provcntsubstltutlon, Somo
druggists, trading on tho popularity of
tho great Family Romody, attempt to
palm off other preparations, unscru
pulously assorting thorn to bo "tho
samoas" or "equal to" Pond's Ex
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ticed upon and disappointment there
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Boo our nanio on every wrapper and
label. Noto picture of bottlo below.
The Famous Lecturer, J0IT5 B. GOtOIT,
wrote t " For Bore Throet, especially when tend
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ANDBEW D. WHITE, Ex-Prcaldent of Cornell
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P. A. WESTEItVELT, H. 1)., Nashville, Tenn.
"nave ned largo nnanUtlco of POND'S EX
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fry. 8. B. HeCOttD, Matron, Homo of Doatl
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la Bottles oaly. Prices, 60e., II, tl.75.
Kott our namt on ntry wrapptr ant hbit.
Prepared oaly hy P05DS EXTRACT CO.,
HEW YOKE AND LONDON.
Mm. L. M. Kelchncr It ft for Clove
land, Ohio, Tucsdav where she will
make her home in tho future. Her
husband being employed as writing
master of a writing echool at that
Mi8 Maccio Aminciman is visitinc
William and James Custer soent
Sunday at homo.
J. "V. Shew is making improve
ments on his properly.
Mrs. Andrew CrovelinK has taken a
trip to Easton her former home.
David Lee hal a cow killed by the
up train on the B. it S. R. R. one day
G. M. Lockard is building a new
house upon his farm near town.
Len Derr one of the old hands em
ployed on the B. & S. visited here
during the past week.
C. B. Ent has the contract for a
new tin roof at the Poor House.
Mrs. Theo. Heck has taken a trip to
C. II. Kline and Wife, of Blooms
burg spent Sunday in town.
The young men of the town are
about organizing an Atbletio and
Amusement Club. Look out for Bare
Ball, Chess, Wist and Checkers now.
Go on boys anything to keep you out
Tho Doctors say tho town is miser
ably healthy no sickness, no death and
but very little gossip good. We have
a healthy place that's sure. But good
nature, fresh air and plenty of exercise
makes a healthy place.
And now a newspaper is talked of.
And this is certainly what we need in
Orangeville, a lively newspaper. Suo
cobs to the enterprise.
Ilarman's Block seems to be doing
some business. J. B. Hnrmau is sel
ling lots of wall paper, window shades
and trimmings. He certainly sells
Old Man Bhowers Uaptured
Lebanon. Pa.. Mav IS. William
Showers, the murderer of bis two
grand-children, and who escaned from
jail here last Tuesday night, was cap
tured to-day within a mile of his old
hnmA and in nnm nntn itn t M s 1
Mwiuu auu is uuw biu lu j an.
The Importance ot purifying tho Vood can
not ha OTerestlmated, for vrltbout pure blood
you cannot enjoy good health.
At this season nearly erery on needs a
good medicine to purity, vitalize, and enrich
the blood, and we ask you to try Ilood't
DoMillar Barsapatllla. Itstrengthens
rtJUUIIctr builds up tho tystem,
creates a appetite, and tones the digestion,
while It eradicates disease. The peculiar
combination, proportion, and preparation
ot the vegetable remedies used gtre to
Hood's BarsaparlUa pecul- "TV- leolf
lar curatlie powers. No 1 w llboll
other medicine has such a record of wonderful
cures. If you hare made up your mind to
buy Hood's BarsaparlUa do not be Induced to
take any other instead. It is a Peculiar
Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence.
nood's Sarsaparllla Is sold by all druggists,
rrepared by C. I. II cod & Co., Lowell, Iftua.
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Addrets at once, (Name this paper.)
Ncbssktiiiii. hochester, N. Y,
TnUBHEUMEN TAKE NOTICE.
The undersigned have planted trout furnished
by the state Fish commhuloners, In the following
streams In Columbia county i Rough Run. spring
Run. Hog Run, Hog Run, Gallows Run, Elk Run,
above the falls. All persons are notirled not to
nidi In aald streams for a Derlod of three veara
from this date, under penalty of twenty dollars,
u provided lor in cectloa so of Act of Assembly
appruvcu iuue o, ii.,o.
J.W. Piaxv, O.B. Mviki,
Josutu llssa, Jomis IUntx,
I G. W, Uiaxiiuy, EA siarusvs.
Of UNSEATED LANDS.
IN COLUalUIA COUNTY, l'$NNA.
By virtue of sundry acta of the General Amenv
blT of the Commonwealth of IVnnTlTs.nls relat.
Ing to the sale ot seated and unseated lands In tho
county ot Columbia, etc., for taxes due and un
paid, i win oner to pumio sale in the Court Ilouao,
1. ti .nun n,nAn.K.w. -
MONDAY, JUNE Ilth, 1888.
at 10 o'clock, a. m. The following described pieces
or land, or such part thereof as may be necetnarr
to satisfy the amount ot taies due and unpaid
against the name, and continue the same, from
aj vo uar aa ine eame ma we rouna necessary,
TEKMB OF BALE.
The amount of taxes and costs must be nald
when tbo land Is struck off or the sale may be void
anu vac properly pui, up una resoia.
Acres, Warrantee or owners Twps.
1343 Columbia o 1 Co ....Beaver...
Hot Beaver Charles do,,,.
Slots Beaver Jesse do.,.,
7i BlCikway AbbotU.... do..,,
118 " " .. do..,.
Slota BrckwarO B do.,,,
atote llutt&Unger .. do....
lint Bogart Mary. ., do....
Hots Bojer Y 8 do,.,.
tt cox o 8 Kx Tench Cox. .do......
t!9 " " " ..do....
237 " " " " ..do. ..
sn " " " " ..do....
8SI " " " " ..do.,..
Slots Crossing Patrick do....
Hot Cannon M do....
100 Downs Martin. ....do.
It " John. ilo....
Slots KiansHecce, ... .do....
a " Flanagan A do....
s " rrey v 8 do....
I lot Gcarhart William do....
Slots " " do
S " llorfman KO.... .,... do....
3 11 Uarncr Jester...... ..do.. .
CO llaucK Jonathan. ...do....
to IoataJohn-... ......do....
X!0 Illnderllter Sarah A do.,,,
"Slots Hunt Ellas. .do....
Slots Henry George, do
1 lot Kline A do....
Slots Lev la Frank do....
Slots Lawrence W It. ... do,...
300 Nann&MUler. do....
io Menalngcr Bamuel do....
100 Mclleynolds W II do. . . .
slot Mastln WllUam. do....
140 Nungtsseroeorge do. ..
S lots Patterson JO. do. . . .
Slots lTlce Clarence do...,
S3 itlce Abraham. do....
I 14 BO
4-3 3 lota Ruthford, Samuel Co.,, do.,..
Slots " " , ... ...do...
sis Swank Daniel do..,.
140 SchweppenhelserlK..... do. ..
8 sbuman & Michael do....
slots schich J J..... do......
Slots Smith J W. do....
a wis cott peter do. ..
10 UiatthTGeo do. ..
SMi West U coal Co. do,..
sio'a Wetzel c 8 do..
1 lot Wood Augustus. - do
SI Ulsapher George do....
1 lota Klase WW
Jlota Wood Augustus......
10 Losee Jeasee. ,
61 Mhuman P L. .
23 llrelsch & Co ..,
S lots ITout Stephen deo'd
Wells John . Benton
Clem Rev WT. Brlarcreek
Doty. Pealer& Stewart do....
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Edwards Henry J...
Freas Jesse B do..
Lamon jeseph. ,
Kemp Daniel... .
Stackhouse Job Eat. . .
Stackhouse C 6 J M.
Sitler It 11 do...
X at 250 Shaffer Kelchner.....
Schuyler Mrs Mary. ,
Edwards Martha J....
Doty, Stewart Swancdo.,..
' " " do....
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Koona Geo 8.
UoUooeter D F do..
Dodson J B i do....
Shuman Reuben Catawhm
Weaver Ellas-.. do....
Dornbach Margaret. Co....
KIner Robert .do...,
Newell Fred do....
Clewoll Joseph Est do. , . .
Shuman Ellas. do. . . .
Harder Thomas E. do......
ilower Moses do...,
Barrett Mary, centralis
Geraghty Thomas. do..,.
" " do....
Heffron Philip........ ..do....
Kneff John . do....
Lehigh Mahanoy It It... .do....
McKInney Charles,.... do....
Steel Geo W do,...
Sweeney Margaret do....
Walsh David do....
" ' - do....
" " do....
Adams Enos I Centre
Slots Brobst Thomas do.
73 Fowler John Y do.
3 GoodJacob do....
70 Hagenbuch William do..
10 " " SrEst.do....
34 Hoffman William Eat.. ....do....
s Keller DanleL do....
S3 McUenry Dorcas. do....
1 lot Bponsler Jacob do....
Hot Klrkcndall Creaay. do....
429 Beam Joshua.. ..Conyngham
not ureanne iiernaro. no..,.
2 lot Drelsbach Lewis do. . . ,
lis Huston John.... do....
321 Kline John L do....
siota Kramer A w ao....
1 ' do....
1 " Lelby Charles. do.,..
s " Millard OU do
1 " McGulre Terrance do....
1 " Morris Annie U. do,...
2 " Mouroejohn do..,.
1 " " ...do...,
380 Huston Mary do ... .
173 " Thomas do.,
100 Trlen Jacob. do.,..
410 Young John. do,.,.
8 Walker Lewis. do,,,,
8 lots Blllnian Geo W do.
Kress Marvaret do.
Relnbold WH do....
Doty, Pealer Stewart . . . F'ho'k
Fowler John V ,
Farver George. i..
I emon Thomas ........
Kindt John Co ......
McUenry out Daniel
Robbing w A
X ot 900 Shaffer Kelchner....,
Pealer George. .do..,,
Cleaver Wellington. ...Franklin
Vought James.. ... do.,..
" E Howell. do .
Rohrbacb William do....
Blbby James ..do....
Vastlne J H ....do....
Manh&rdt George.. do.,..
llayburst Ezra heirs. do.
Blbby Augustus do....
Albcrtson Miles Bartlcy
Berry John do....
Derr I ram. .,..do....
McEwen II J .....do....
Appleman Lloyd. Hemlock
" William. do....
" nugh W do.
Brugler EllaUa do.
Campbell N L do....
Einmett A J . do,,.,
alcBrlde II D. do....
Neal Pursel do....
2a Pursel Isiac G do.
Pursel Isiac o
Uoang8t Mrs Charles,
& Uoacgst Mrs Charles do,,,,
20 Wrlg ht Levi. do ... .
24 Jones David. . do
loo Black PD Jackson
300 " " do
76 Bartch Franklin. do...,
4 Miller Charles W do...,
233 " Neyhart do.
216 11 " do.
so Parker Ca do,,..
73 Hess Clinton do,,..
76 Meeker Ellas .....do....
200 Bllington Charles.. Locust
SO Dewilt George ... do.
253 Everhart John do.
93 Hughes IWrleht Est do....
93 Kulp McWIllUm ... do.
30 Longenberger Phillip. do..,,
too Myers Mary do.
200 KuBtonMary ..do...,
200 " Charlotte do.
COO Reynolds John ...... ..do.,..
100 Huston Thomas .do....
190 Reece Daniel do.
Dime Aoam ,,.uu...
Shaffer Henry do..,.
Rhoads Franklin do.
Uendersbott K. do,...
Demott Cyrus do...,
GlnglesTH . do.,,,
Johnson Chester... do....
corner j E.. do ....
Jives C w do,,,,
cox JoeL do.
Heydenrtck Tobias do.,,,
Masters D W do.
Miller W B do....
Graham Edward do.,,,
Brockway Ent Main
Hlnderltlter Henry do,,,,
Shuman John do....
V ot 100 schmeck, Brobst, Yetter
Snyder Abraham, ....... .do..,.
Shuman W T. do...
8waru,8hepp Co do.
" Isaac . do..,,
Torbert WUUam .do...,
Sbuman Reuben do.
Moser Michael do...
Blttenbender Jacob. HlBtln
Kramer A W do
I.utz Catherine do.
Michael Joseph Peter F.do.
Mas teller Joseph .do,,
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Parka James A Y do
Sutlirr Joel do,,,
Schweppenhelser I K..,,.do,,
Horace... uo, .,
Williams Samuel.,..,. do.,,
Yohe Jacob Est .ao....
Plait Urlaa... do.,,,
Kckroth Ulram, do, .
Mensinger William do....
Gigtr Samuel...... .Montour
Fry Daniel.,... ,,,do
Neal William do.
Gordon JobnN .......do,,..
CrCAiae Kir am Andrew Jr
lo Jaooby Rupert ..do.
10 " Samuel.. ..do. 181
8 OrovsllnfrjMimncl Grange 171
to Hagenbuch Jeremiah KsU.do. , , , 6 ol
64 William. do.... 611
89 Mary.; do..., 6 11
11 Hew Jeremiah,.., ..,,.do.,,. 141
X lot Coleman Georgo Est. .do. . , , 91
61 Kline Abraham J ....do..,. 4(4
63 ' " " ,,..do.... 6 8
II " Jacob doo do., . 119
11 Crawford William. do.... 114
140 Prick Geo A. E t line 1171
60 Lyons MW da,,.. 8 91
HO Roberts Cole...., do..... 2141
60 Boughner peter. ..Roarlngcreek lis
4) llrelsch Jacob. do.... 64
103 " ' do... JOS
It " ....do.,., 10
so Barnes Thomas Jr do.,,. 7
Hi) cox CM Ex of Tench Cox., do...... 170
16 " ' " " ,.do..,. 86
too ' " ". do.... 1 80
60 " " ..do.... 64
18 Dllaplaln E7ek1cl, di.,,, 73
18 Fetterman Ilcrblne..,.i.do.... 48
100 Honnton John .do..., 90
13 Herner John..,., ....do.,... 18
149 Morris Hughes do...... 121
68 Mlndy Lewis.., do.... 8 80
70 Navlnger Jonathan do.... 46
40 Rico Abraham ............. do..... el
17 Shuman David'. do,,.. 166
60) Shoup Abraham ..do. 1400
3; 5 MoMllllan M M do ... II 86
CO Wlteheyjohn ...do... 73
60 Trlen Jacob do... 46
W Buck alow Evan ,,8ugarloat 8084
40 Colo Thomas II.,.,,, do ... 829
260 Ciiapln J F do.... 4785
9 ' do.... 3 44
73 Custard Mary do.,.. 10 29
60 Cope Israel do,... 1099
193 Ucs8,CrcvellngCO.....,do..,, 23V9
V of 119 Wesley do.... loss
X of 119 " do.... 10 29
X or 111 do.... 1172
91 Smith Minor do... 6 85
860 McUenry Kohr do..., 4716
609 EJ do.,,, 44 64
SOO x EJ do.... 2063
78 " JOhnJ do. 27 40
29 " " ..do.... 6 83
80 Savage Joshua Est do.,,. 1849
5 Davenport F .. do.... 80
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GEORGE A. HERRING,
OF SEATED LANDS
IN COLOMBIA COUNTY, TBNNA.
Also St the same time and nlace the following
lots, pieces and parcels ot Beated lands, returned
by the tax collectors, are to be sold under the pro
visions of an Act of Assembly, entitled, "An Act
relating to tho sale of lands for tax In Columbia
County," approved March 6th, 1868.
Acres. Owners. Two's. Taxes.
118 K8bc wolverton....Bcaver.. 8710
Hot Schrlber Henry do.... 137
23 Philips Catharine do.... 173
23 Mann A W ... do.... sso
I RhoadsPeter do.... 3 18
4 Bankes Daniel do.... 26
Hot Pursel Mrs EB Bloom.. 42 00
t " Gulnn George, do,... 910
1 " Behamjohn do,... 4 03
10 luce Jonas Catawlssa.. 25
Hot Keller Sarah centre.. 73
383 cummlngs R M Co ConTm 119147
400 Cuny Ellen.... do.... 473 70
400 Murphy, Hughes Co. .do.... 63200
Mlot McllaleJohnR .do.... 4 44
1 " collier Michael. do..., 6 85
1" Casey Lawrence do.... 439
X " Dougherty Mary. do.... 291
8 Vought Irwin B.... Franklin.. V7
81 Moore A L Greenwood. . IB 43
64 Albcrtson David C Est . . do . 1 75
100 Wand John A Hemlock.. 1012
100 Rhone Michael Jackson.. 640
33 Chamberlain Lewi do.,., 974
76 " " .... do.... 4 27
33 Young Lewis 0 do.... 4 65
63 do.... 3 89
80 Olassmyer Francis F.. Locust 4 50
21 Lonnon Geo W Est do.... s 62
180 Evcso w....... .Madison... 373
60 " " do.... 224
170 BlllJesso do.... 825
6 llouser & Kroora do.... 187
10 EckroatCharlesEst.. Mifflin.. 81
.83 Ilower Charles E...MtlTst.. 916
lit Hess John lire.. 8C3
5? Kline Patterson do.... 17 87
60 Lyons Newton, do...; 335
37 Piatt John do.... 2 50
80 Parker John n........do.... 160
112 Prick OA Est do.... 8 40
26 Hess Lavlna... Sugarloat.. 5S
21 Albcrtson Jesse,., ...do,.,. 3 81
81 Kline AbnerW. ....do.... 4 49
3S6 Crevellng J H ,do. . . . 19 20
40 Shultx Ellas do. . . . 2 64
34 RcdUneBF do.... 1489
G. A. HKRItING, Treaa.
Treasurer's Office, Bloomsburg, March 28, 1888.
WITH LOW CUT VESTS.
Fine Dark Blue and Black
Worsteds, Corkscrew, Broad
wale Diagonal and Block Worst
ed in Sacks and Cutaways, and
in all qualities
NICE LIGHT SPRING
a special leader
Very Pretty Children's
Plain or pleated and belted in
dark and light colors.
with Blue and Grey, also
with Pleated Skirt for Bmaller
KHale 0 Joseph It. Iuttm, atctaua of LiaMttrtiet
Letters of administration on the estate of Jnarnh
1L l'alton deceased, late of Llsrhtdtrret Pnlumhn
county, rennsylvanla, deceased have been grant
I ed by the lteglster ot said county to the under.
aignea jianunisirator. aii persons Laying claims
aualnst the estate of the deceaaed ara renuftated
to present them tor settlement, and those Indebt.
ta 10 me estate 10 mane payment to the under
signed administrator without delay.
a r. patton,
May 18 1838. Itushtown, North'd Co.
Uttafof (Ad Couvr.lafa of Centre lownthlp,
Letters ot administration on the said estate hav.
Ing len granted to the undersigned, aU persona
lndobted u aald estate are hereby notified
to pay the same, and thoee having claims against
said estate will present the same for settlement
W . ... CUA8, W. B. BOWKR, Admr.
A. I. FrtU, AUr, M4i W
HERE THEY ARE.
Wo nro now olTorinc some Special Bnrgnint in Dress
Goods that it will pay every lady to call and see, also tho
handsomest line of Lace Curtains, JscriiiiH, omj., wo havo
ever shown. Below wo mention a few Specials.
ifi tn. Henrietta Cloths In all the
now nolnm at tho oxcoodloclv low
prloo of COo ft yd.
A snoclal rmrcliis6 of extra flno
SEERSUCKERS to gp nt lOo a yd.
A handnorue lino of nil wool Check-
od Cloths, newest pattcrnc Prioo now
40o a yd.
HOSIERY. Another purchase of
FINE BLACK HOSIERY, rogular
50o goods, now 3 pair for $1.00. Call
soon. Fall regular mado 25o Hose
18o a pair. Regular mado Balbrig
nans 2 pair for 25a Domestio Hoso
4 pair for 25o. Children's Hosiery
laree line. STANLEY'S FAST
BLACK HOSIERY a specialty.
UNDERWEAR. A lot of Ladi
Jersey Ribbed Vests at 25c, 40c and 50o
esoh. S rrgular 50c Balbriggan vests
for $1.00. Children's Gauze Vests 12jo
np. Men's $1.00 Gauzo Shirts 75c a
Real Instate !
The undersigned, administrator de bonis non,
with tha wlU annexed, of the estate ot Robert
Pinner, late ot Liberty township, Montour countj-,
deceased, under direction In the will and by
authority ot the Orphans' Court ot Columbia
county, will expose to sale, by publlo rendue, at
the Court nouse, in Danville, on
SATURDAY, Juno 1G, 1888,
at one o'clock In the afternoon, the following de
scribed real estate, to wlt : All that certain farm
and tract ot land, situate lilng and being In Lib
erty township, Montour county, Pa and bounded
by lands of John noblnson, lands of William Kerr,
lands ot aideoa M. Bhoop, lands of Samuel Glgger,
and tltty-seren perches strict measure, ascertained
by a recent survey; and ot which about sixty
The farm Ilea upon the public road leading from
Danville to Milton at the forks ot tho road leading
to Lewlsburg, and is situated at a point about
equally distant from each one of those three im
portant towns, the distance being about eight
miles trom each. The Improvements consist ot a
Iiarge Bank Barn,
wagon ffied and outbuildings, and a large
and a Btone spring house, c. There are several
springs ot excellent water and two or three brooks
running on the farm. Tho crop In the ground, at
the day ot the sale, with the right to enter, cut,
thresh and remove the gram, la reserved.
TBitliS OP BALE Ten per cent, ot one-fourth
ot tho purchase money to be paid at the striking
aosin of the property; the one-fourth less the ten
per cent, at the confirmation absolute, and the re
maining three-fourths In one year after confirma
tion nlst, with Interest trom that date. Possession
will bo given, subject to the present tenancy, up.
on payment ot the above ten per cent of one
fourth ot tho purchase money, and subject to the
Terms of Sale.
The purchase money unpaid at the confirmation
to be secured by bond and mortgage on the
JOI1N O. FItBKZB,
May 18. Adm'r. d. b. n. c. U a.
Candidates named under this hearHnff ah nuh.
jevii ui vuo ruies ui uie ueiawrauc party.
of Scott township.
GEO. W. DERR
JOHN B. CASEY
E. M. TEWKSBURY
JAMES T. FOX,
of Beaver township.
0. Z. SCIILICHER,
of Beaver township.
GEN. C M. BLAKER.
""wposals will be received at the commissioner's
office until twelve o'clock noon, on Friday the
eighteenth day of May, 1S88, for the building of a
new stable at the County Jail, on the site of the
one lately burned down, and also tor the erection
of a stone pti-r under Red Rock bridge, crossing
Flshlngcreek near Uloomsburg. plana and spcv-lif.
cation, can be seen at the Commissioners' office
arterthe ttb InBt, The Commissioners reserve
the right to reject any or all bids.
WM. 0. UlHTOH, 1
Jasss ltrrrBNUocsxA Commissioners.
Kin BrsrHiNs, I
Attest, J. D. nonius, clerk,
PROPOSALS FO 11IVEK UltlDOE.
sealed proposals win bo received at the office of
the Uloomsburg Urldge Company until 12 o'clock
u. on Thursday Msyli. Idas, for the construction
of an Iron highway bridge across the North llranci
of the Susquehanna luver at Uloomsburg, Pa.
Separate bids must be made for Ibe sub-structure
or stone masonry, and for the super-structure.
Plana and specifications mav be seen at the office
of the compau) Engineer, Mr. J. 0. Drown, on
and aftor Tueadaj Maylstb. Envelopes contain.
Ing bids should be marked "Proposals for River
Urldge to be opened May 81, issa-" ihe right Is
reserved to reject any or all propot lis.
Joux G. FKSiH,
mtaU of Gtorat Zetgler aeceatcO.
Letters of ad ministration on t he said estate hav.
Ug been granted lo the undersigned administrator
all persons Indebted to said rotate are hereby no
tified to paythe same, and those having claim)
against said estate present Ihe aame to
, J . jUsitrU K. SSKIULKK, Admr.
Chrttman, Atty, May 11 ew
p K" aVi
ikB' kB)' Hi
iiia iSv If
BLLBr iLPM a
WHITE GOODS. Wo show somo
nf llin linnrlannnat natlorrm tn Clinnlnn
nnd Stripes, also elegant qualities in
plain material, uoru 'iqiiof, l.aco
Plaids, Cord Plaids, fco.
Ladles will do will to try onr Hand,
kerohief Extraots and Floitda Water
at SOo a bottle.
AdjastaWo BUSTLE. Tho
BEST in THE WOULD'
Aoknowltdged by all Ladies
who have used them
SUPERIOR TO ANY
Bustle mndo. Call and sec.
Every Lady should havo
Parasols in nil qualities at all prices
in all styles and colors now open.
FANS. Wo now havo our lino open
all styles and prices, from lo up. Sco
our now Jnpauese Fans. Now designs
in l'alm Fans, many novelties.
A lot of ALL SILK RIBBONS,
No. 9 lOo, No. 12 12jc, worth fully
100 doz. Ladies' Linen Collars and
Cuffs jast opened, latest nylen,
CLARK & SON.
Real state !
The undersigned will offer at private salo
Between this date and
AUGUST 1st, 1888.
a valuable farm, situate In Hemlock township
1 14 ACRES,
about 80 acres of which Is clear and In excellent
condition, the balance la woodland.
There Is on the premises a large
nearly new, containing 10 rooms. The houso Li
furnished on the Inside with chestnut lumber. Tho
cellar Is ono ot the best, well mado and cemented.
The barn Is titty feet long and 30 feet wide, with
a new shed attached, twenty-eight by forty feet,
An excellent well ot water not more than ten
feet from the house.
Choice trult ot all kinds on the premises.
A rare bargain for some one.
May 18 2m. lluck Horn, Ta.
qPOWN ORDINANCE NO. 38.
n ordinance to ooen Lackawanna Avenue com
monly called Sixth street) from Market Btrect
westward to West street.
Section 1. lie It ordained and enacted by tho
Town Council of the town ot ltloomsburg, and It
Is hereby enacted by authority of the some ; That
aald Lackawanna Avenue be opened as a public
highway from Market street westward to West
street, ot the width of urtyfeet, the north stde on
lino thereof beginning at a point in the west lino
of Market street, and in the north lino ot sold
Lackawanna Avenue, as opened eastward from
.Market street, thirty-five feet north of a marked
stone In tbo west line ot .Market street, thenco
Bouth slxtv.four degrees and forty-ono mlnutoa
west, parallel with Fifth street, clghthundredand
fifty -four and clghty-Qve one hundredths feet.
Passed April SO, 1888.
Attest p. s. IIAItMAN,
SiuuitL NxvnAKD, Presldentot Town council.
NEW INVENTION IN LACING
:W. S. A. CORSET
with self-adjusting back can
bo changed from tight to
loose-fitting in live seconds,
without removing from tho
SKW I.ACliS or HTlilil.S
Laces will not SHOW
1 THROUGH the DltESa ThO
healthiest, best-llttlng and
I most comfortable Corset
TI1K UK 1,1'. A DJIISTINO I'OHHKT CO..
ISO FRANKLIN ST., NEW YORK CITY.
Factory, Rochester, N. Y.
Orders for ourTree,
For Honest, Sobsr,
StUr? tftd EtpnM,M
W. po. t Ml Lm TtX
Satisfaction Guarantied lo Customers and
Aganu, unu immediately lor terms.
Address. 11. 3. CIIANE A CO.,
1430 So. Perm Square, Philadelphia, Pa,
' Wholesale. Itetal.
Wheat per bushel U3
Uyo " 60
Ccrn " .... 60 05
Oats " " 85 45
Flour " bbl 4.(0 to 680
Hutter 24 2
Egits 13 14
Potatoes CO 80
Hams 13 10
Dried Apples 03 05
Side 07 10
Shoulder 00 13
Chicken 10 13
Lard per lb 10 13
Vinegar per gal 20 80
Onions per bushel 1 00 1 CO
Veal skins 07
Wool per lb 85
Hides 0 to 7
Coal on Wiuuf.
No 0 3.00: Nos 2 3, & Lump $8.25
No. S $8.00 lllttimlnui $3.25
ELY'S tATA R R n
M text I
naSBAtTPfl flnnvii notnl
heals the sores, ro-l
stores tho senses oil
taste and smell.
thy the cuim HAY-EEVE R
A particle la applied Into each nostril and Is
agreeable. Price 60 cents at druggists; by mall,
rejjisteroa, ta .cent. ELY UlumlKltB, sasOreen
wfch 8U, New York. Aprll-il7-d-4U