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THE COLUMBIAN 4lND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
The Col u mbian. I
0. B. ElwtU, I rait.,,
B LOOMS BURG, PA.
FRIDAY, MAY 25, 18B8.
To tha Damooratio Voters of Columbia
Thoro exists a wrong impression on
tho part of some, as to tho time for
t i i! . i - . n
uoiumK viio v,um.vy uuvmiwuu.
Uy a roso ution adoptoa at ttio last
County Convention tL time for tho
Mcotino: of tho Convention was
changed to tho second Tuesday in Au
crust, and tho tlmo for holdinir of the
Delegate Election to tho Saturday
procooding tho second Tuesday in Au
gust. In duo time, tho Meeting of tho
County Convcntiou will bo called in
accordmco with this last resolution of
E. M. Tewksiiuut. Robt. R. Litti.k.
THE FEES IDEM! AL OUTLOOK.
Prn-Uom Hlovnlnnd will bo nomi-
,.j o. t ..! . ,nnih io i
, f n
XNaiionai uemocnuio vumounuu.
Tl,nrn U nn rnnm tn iloubt th 8. and no
ono else is named for tho plaoc. Ho
in i.- -i wi.n i
Will Uu tillUBCU mjuumiuusiY. uv. i
will bo nut on tho ticket with him for
Vico-Presidont it is yet uncertain.
TUn .J ia Ana ofi Mint Ultimo ttrin I
bo nominated bv tho Republican Con
vention whioh will tneot at Chicago.
Sherman and Gresham are the next
most probablo candidates.
JUDGE ELWELL EESI0NS,
Tniro TTimoii .wirna ii to inform
tho people of this Judicial District that nessee, has boon reauestod by Secre
his resignation as President Judge is tary Villas to defer his resignation un-
in tho hands of the Governor, to en-
i,!. nn ,.nfintBl,Bfl husi.
ness already submitted to him, he has
fixed tho 81st day of July next as the
:, ni,an 41.0 -rmotinn will taVn
offo Th mill nn AmAii ha I
filled by tho Governor before tho ad-
inwnnA flnnft wh nh Will hA tlfiin Ofi I
the 2d day of August. In the mean
time tho Dooule can consider tho mat
ter of succession and provide for it in
the mode prescribed by tue wnsuiU'
tion and laws.
The health of the Judge may npw
bo considered fairly good. Kxoept the
difilonltv of hearine distinctly the tes
timony of witnesses, who speak in a
low tone of voice, ho could transaot all
V,n l,. nuii r.f his nffina in wo II AA At I
. m TT Ml J
any time ncretoiore. ue win aueuu
to all matters at chambers as usual an
til the first day of August
THE STATE CONVENTION.
The Democratic State Convention
met at Ilarrisburg on Wednesday at
10 a. m. Tho meeting was called to
order by chairman Kisner, and after
the calling of the roll of delegates W.
U. Hensel of Lancaster was elected
temporary chairman, and made a ring-
r . Will! A
ing spcecn. .ux-senaior wiiiiam a.
Wallace of Clearfield was elected per
manent chairman, and discussed the is
sues of the day1 at length in a vigorous
address. Both struck tho campaign
noto and they were cheered to the
echo. A platform was adopted. R.
M. Speer and A. F. Keating were nomi
nated electors-at-large, W. L. Soott, L.
n II -.A n TP Tn.,l r. W Mnlr.li-
lerfor delegates at-iarge, and Judge
J. B. McCollum for Supreme Judge.
The naming of a candidate as success
or to Auditor General A. Wilson Nor.
ris was left to the State Cemmittee.
Geo. L. MoHenry was a member of
the committee on organization, and
Louis Lowenberg was one of tho vice-
presidents. At a meeting ot tbe con
gressional district conference on Tues-
i p. t i T- r
3 .ftomnmv Tfnoaol Krna nf Sulli.
van was named as a candidate for
eleotor, O. G. Murphy of Columbia,
and Wesley Auten of Northumber-
land as district delegates to the Nation-
al Convention. S. Krebs of Danville,
T TT MnTtavStf nf Snnlinrw n n .
From oar Kesraur correspondent. I
Washington, May 21st, 1888.
On SAtnrdav Srjeaker Carlisle closed
tlm mineral debate on the Mills tariff
with aringing speech for revenue re-
form. ReferriDc to the opposition of
some of the New England members
tn the measure he said: "Uenuemen
from Now Eocland uredicated in 1816
that the duties fixed by the law ol
that date would ruin tneir textile in
dustries. In 1857 all of the New Eng.
land members voted for a still further
reduction of 20 per cent from what
thev had ca ed tbo ruinous v low tar-
iff of 184G. In the free trade period,
as the republicans called the decade
from 1850 to I860, the wool manufao-
tured product increased 46 per cent
and wapes 37 Der cent. The increased
product in Now Eegland was 62 per appointed by President Arthur pension
cont. In hosiery the product increased agent at Philadelphia, from which poB
421 per oenU In cotton tho product ition he retired at the appointment of
iu New England increased 71 per cent.
In boots and shoes, upon which duty
had been reduced 16 per cout, the in-
crease in New iSncland was 83 per
ennt: the oroduct in 18G0. in Now En
. . .. '
gUud was moro than the entire pro
duet of the union in 1850. This in
what the renublicaus from Now Entr
land saw under a low tariff. Withm
eleven years alter the passago of thi
bill the members trom jnow England
will voto for a still further reduction,
or, if they did not, the people would
send some body litre who would."
And now that the general debate on
the tartu bill is over, tow people n
under tho necessity of asking which
lias the best ot the contest tuna tar.
Tbo democrats have won an intellect
n al and poliiioal battle, and the repub
licaus know it. They hesitate to ac
cept a challenge to a direct vote ou the
Mills bill without amendment, and
they havo takon Mr. Randall's bill
au 1-xurension ot republican opinion,
only bccauBO they sro utterly uuaoie i
formulate a bill ot I hi lr own, upon
which to place their faith in tho com
ing campaign before tbe plain people
of the couutry.
The Mills bill may not pass, al
though the outlook is very favorable
for it now. lint tho democrats who
favor that measure have tbo satisfac
tion of knowing thattl.ey have furnish
cd the issue upon which the Preslden
tal election will be contested, au,
Mills is very confident that bis bill will
pans the House, so continent mat lie
itronoiied to tho republican leaders of
tho House that they should introduce
thesuUtituto which they propose oi-
firiiirr for tbe bill and take a vote on
it, and immediately thereafter on hi
hill, fhutlinir off all amendments as
well as tho debate bv sections
For the ntst four days the republi
cans of the House have been caucusing
and conferring, but op to this writing
lhy havo tcl .V,olhiJ?uB oxoept 10
i upinjnu wiu uiiiin imi, a iiu uivoauiu
will now bo laid Mluo lor ion day, a
truuo ot tli at length having Loon
agreed upon by the loader of both
sidos, and in tlio meantimo the House
will proceed with other business. At
tho end ot that time It is probable
that tho consideration of tho bill by
sections will begin.
Senator Voorboca was ulvon a pub
lic rooeption last Thursday night by
tho Indianna demooratio association of
this city. Tho Virginia, Pennsylvania
and Maryland associations and tho
Distrlot of Columbia democratic club
atlondod In a body, There wero mu
sio and firoworko, and nothing lacking
. , - .,,, pnAort,Z
" " l . " , m. q.(. ,w
".JS iwhioh t
defended his war record. He said
'I stood by tho principles of my
Government. I stood for its honor
and I stood for its hborty. I stood for
tho union of tho states, and I stood
likowiso for tho right to discuss every
moaauro of administration tor war as
well as peace. I voted for ovcry Bup.
plv and for every dollar that went to
feed, and olotho tho Boldior in tho field,
fp,at ,g my rooor,i. J recaii hero what
the Indianna soldiors will not torgot,
that whon tho money of this Uovorn
moot uepreoiatoa unui ine soiaier was
not beiDtrpaiu more tnan or so a
month a though 815 was promisod
--- - o
oira a raaaa a iuu"W"' yuB,cD.
w mureaso U,B uuu... ..,.,
actum vaiuu oi wuui. iiu icuuivuu
. ... , .
should bo oquivaiont to wnat nao. ocen
reported in favor of removing tho limi
tation from the arrearage of pensions
aot It is estimated that if this bill bo
comes a law it would require $250,000,
Indian Commissioner Atkins, who is
going to resign for tho purpose of en-
terimr the canvas for Senate from Ten
ui atier mo loniug in iuo wuu wu
tracts. It is expeuted that the con
tracts will all bo awarded by tho fifth of
The domocratio delecatca from tbis
district to the St. Louis convention fa
vor the nomination of First Assistant
1 UBHUiWHJPUCUUtttl WWtCUOWU. VI Alr
nois, for vice-president.
As Extensive H&nnfaoturer Changes His
Idea of the Republican Party.
PrrrsBURQ. May 22. John Dunlap,
one of tho most influential and wealthy
citizen of Tittsburg, who has been en
caced in the tin industry for the past
fifty years, and who has ono of the
muni. UlltUBlIU nMUllIUIUCUU Ui mo
kind in the country, has prepared an
open letter, in whioh he unqualifiedly
indorses the Mills bill now pending
and earnestly urges Congress to pass
the sanie, saying it will prove a bless
ing to the country. Mr. Dunlap has
been aRepublican in politics, although
be did not wear the party collar. He
is the father-in law of Nelson P. Reed,
owner of the stalwart Republican
In his letter Mr. Dunlap states that
he has given the question of tariff a
careful study, not only as it affects tho
tin business, but the material interests
of tho country, and the result of his in
quiry has converted bim to the convic
tion that the tariff is a positive injury
to Jho American people, and referring
to President Cleveland's administra
tion ho says:
"I did not vote for him, but I now
wish to say that I made a mistake in
t doing so. as ho has given the best
administration we have ever had. lie
deserves tbe thanks of the whole coun
try. If he'is again a candidate I will
do all in my power to elect him.
Death of Auditor General Noma.
Colonel A. Wilson Norris, Auditor
Genera of the State, died at seven
o'clock Monday morning at'his resi-
deuce, No. 2230 Spruce Street, Phila-
delpbia. llo died of nervous prostra-
Drougni on uy overwore, uen-
eral Norris was born in lwistown,
Pa-i 1842, and was educated at
UeOrCelOWH, XilSlTlCl OI VOlUmOia.
ne cmereu iu uuij u iteuieuaui, ui
tne von nuaereu ana oevenin x enn-
svlvania volunteers in JNoyember, lBUi
He was captured at Gettysburg in
1863, and was twenty months a prison-
er of war. He was honorably dis-
chareed ascapUin in July, 1865, and
studied law and was admitted to the
bar in 1867. In 1872 ho was appoint-
ed private secretary ot uovernor liar-
tran ft In 1873 he was inspector of the
I W. A. iv. ior tne u nuea Duties, ana me
samo year was elected commander of
r the department of Pennsylvania in tbe
I same organization, no iervru biz
years as secretary of the republican
state oommittee. In 1876 be was ap-
I pointed oilical reporter ot tne supreme
court, ana servea unm January, 1001,
when he was elected senator from the
Sixth Philadelphia senatorial district,
He was afterward ohosen iudtje ad-
I vocate-generai ot reonsyivania on tbe
I staff of Governor Hoyt. Later be was
General IJavis, ot uoyiostown, as bis
I successor. In November, 1886, ho wan
elected auditor-general, and wok
charge ot bis otnoe on tne nrst monuay
in May, 1887. The Constitution pro-
i - i .i
vines mai a vacancy in iuo iiuuuur
General's office shall be filled by tho
Govornor. lhe appointee will hold
tho offico until May, 1889 that being
tho Constitutional beginning of a no
His death having occured moro than
three months previous to tho election
candidates will be named to be voted
for at the cominc election. It is proba
ble the S'ate Committee will reconvene
the late republican Convention und
nominate a candidate.
TV GffttMt CUM on Krth tar Win Willi
wHiTtiport quick It ihaa u; otbir uom rwo-l
Itunii, ftctUdi, Cuts, Lost-1
Ukha. Cuuur.ftora ThroaLl
aiie. Wouttd. UedfcW,l
Mtu, ft bocUfc boil br ftUl
nlo inivativn Oil bri oarl
rUtr4 rrftiolUrk. orl
DR..BULL'S COUGH SYRUP
For the cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarse-
nets, Croup, Asthma, uroncnuu,
Whooplnf Cough, Incipient Con
sumption, ana for the relief of con
sumptive persons in advanced stsgea
of tho Disease. For Sale by fill Drug.
On tho 9th inst. Lula Hand, infant
and only child of "William and Sallio
Asholman dioJ, agod 0 months and 13
Lnttwot-k the dogs wounded and
killed all, except two, of Samuel P.
kriokbaum'y sheep. Tho tlook consist-
cu oi w ucsHics tno lamus.
Thoro is rauoh corn to plant yot, and
evidently tho season has not yet fully
Wo havo a great doal of rainy
weather, but it Is not extremely wet.
Thore appears to ho a lltllo stir in
railroad circles. And other demon
strations up Ravon-creok. Tho WAs
W wants furthor "east." Wo await
developments and make no predictions.
Prof. Calhoun, of tho Cambra Ao
oademy, for recreation went angling
last Saturday. His sohool is nourish
ing, but whothor ho flourished among
thd "speckled beautlos" last Saturday
wo have not learned.
Wheat is looking muoh hotter than
somo time ago and now promises a
It is reported that coal was discover
ed on the Daniel Ash farm about a
mllo abovo Cambra.
Tho family of Alfred MoIIenry, of
Cambra, for a long time has boon sori
ously ailliotod with fevers. Grit tho
Misses Lonah and May and last Mrs.
MoIIenry, each in turn was not expeot
ed to reoover. Dr. MoIIenry of Bon
ton is the attending physician.
A terrifio explosion occurred at the
Prattsville brown stouo quary, near
Stookton, N. J., Thursday of last week.
Ono man was killed, several others
were injured, a number of houses were
wrecked and considerable property
was destroyed. The report was heard
twenty miles away. Tho explosion
was oaused by a workman dropping a
keg of powder.
Lost. "I don't know where, I can't
tell when, I don't see how something
of groat value to me, and for the re
turn of which I shall be truly thank
ful, viz. : a good appetite.''
Found. "Health and strength, pure
blood, an appetite liko that of a wolf,
regular digestion, all by taking that
popular and peculiar medicine, Hood's
Sarsaparilla. I want everybody to try
it tbis Beason." It is sold by all drug
gists. One hundred doues ono dollar.
Blaveiy Abolished in Brazil-
The Brazilian Senate has passed tho
bill abolishing slavery, which was pas
sed by the Chamber of Deputies last
week. The effect of this bill will be
to liberate about 000,000 slaves, valuod
at $200,000,000. Tbis is tho last step
in tho gradual emancipation begun in
1873 at which time there wero regis
tered 1.540.C96 slaves. Legalized sla
very in the Western hemisphere exist
now only in Cuba and Porto Rico.
Strung Up For a Lynobing.
NEARLY HANO AN ITALIAN.
Wilkes-barre, May 19. Tbe su
burb of Pittson known as Browntown
came near witnessing a lynching yes
terday. Three yonng girls had started
into the woods to find several stray
cows, when they were attacked by
three Italians employed on tho new
branoh of tho Lehigh Valley Railroad
from Pittson to Laurel Run. The
girls resisted despo-ately upon being
seized and screamed loud and long
In their struggles tbo girls were much
bruisod aud hurt and their clothing
Their screams attracted the attention
of a miner named Peter Mnlderig, who
was on his way to work. He ran to
their rescue, and the Italians fled.
Mulderig took the girls home to
iirowntown, and when their story was
known a crowd of men and boys start
ed out after the Italians, bent on a
desperate revenge. They found the
foreigners in company with a number
of their kind at one of the shanties
they live in, and at onco attacked
A desperate ficbt followed. Knives
clubs, and rocks were vigorously used.
Many wonnds were inflicted ana blood
flowed freely. The Italians finally
fled in all directions, but ono of those
who bad assaulted the girls named
Alberti Rossi was caught. A rope
was put round his neck and thrown
over the limb of a tree, and in the
midst of an excited and bloodthirsty
orowd he was swung off his feet, beg
ging and screaming for mercy. The
belter sense oi somo of the men return
ed, however, when they saw bim in
the air, and they interfered and bad
him lowered down. He was nncon
scious, but not seriously hurt.
Be Sure to Cet Hood's
SMpull!, my chili. 8(0 tbU thr da not
lira xou uijrthlDS (lis. Tou rmmber It It
tbe medicine which did msms 10 math good
7ir go-mjr f irorlte
Nearly ererrbodyneedt a rood iprloi medi
cine like Ilood'i BuiaparUla to expel Import
tin which accumulate In the blood during the
winter, keep up itrength ae warm weather
eoraei on, create an appetite and promote
healthy dlgeitlon. Try liood'i Sanaparllla
and you will be cpnrlnced ot Itt peculiar
merlti. It li the Ideal iprtng medlelne re
liable, benelclal, pleuant to take, and gliei
tall value lor the money. Be lure to get
SoMbralldjatgbU. fltzferfl. rfoyartAonlf
bjCl. HOOD CO., AputhKuUi, LowtU, Mhi.
IOO Doses One Dollar
g$tat4 o aUred fever, fate of Ctnlrt lomuMjt,
Letters ot administration on the aald estate bar.
lag been granted to the undersigned, all persons
Indebted to said eatate are hereby notified
to pay tbe same, and thow having claims against
sal) estate will present tbe same for settlement
to CI1A8. W. K. BOWER. Admr.
A. U Frltx, Atty. May4 w
tnimil VDiirnin.., i Im .... iaim mm
s w tek and rou bavs ths Sufl-DOlubd itoi s la
TO THE PUBLIC.
Intending purchasers of Pond's
Extract cannot tako too much pre
caution to provontsubstltutlon. Somo
druggists, trading on tho popularity of
tho great Family Remedy, attempt to
palm off other preparations, unscru
pulously assorting them to bo "tho
samo as" or "equal to" Pond's Ex
tract, indifferent to tho deceit prac
ticed upon and disappointment there
by caused to tho purchaser, sa long
as larger profits accruo to themselves.
Always insist on having Pond's Ex
tract. Tako no othor.
BOLD IN BOTTLES ONLY; NEVER
BY MEASURE. Quality uniform
Prepared only by POND'S EX
TRACT CO., Now York and London.
Soo our narno on ovcry wrapper and
label. Noto picture of bottlo below.
Tbe FammM Lecturer, JOHlt XL OOtOH,
wrote) "For Sore Throat, especially when tend
ing to ulccraUon, I hare found It Tcry beneficial"
ANDREW D. WHITE. Kr-Praddent of CoroeU
University, eayi t One of the absolute nmui
(itfj ot housekeeping," JU tur togtiVit pmuOie,
FMXJt AnnOTT, the celebrated prima donna.
" Valuable and beneficial."
lrnrwootx firra, . p., k.b., cp., of
England. " I bare need It with marked benefit"
II. 0. rnlSTOX, X. D., BnoLlyn. N. Y. "I
know of so remedy so geruraUyeeefuL''
ARTnCR OCIHKtSS, M.T., F.R.C.g.,of
England." I bare preecribed POND'S KX
TRACT with great racceea."
IVSm D. FCLT05, !.., Brooklyn, N. T.
" ProTlnz Iteelf to be a neceielty In our home."
P. A. TfESTEnVELT, . p., NaihTllle, Teua.
"Hare ued large quantities of POMP'S BX
TRACT In my practice."
In. S. P. XcCORD, Matron, noma of DteU
tute Children." We find It moet efflceclone and
la Bettlu oaly. Prleti, Me., 1, SI.74.
Kcti mr namt on erery wrapptr and laUI.
Prepared oaly by POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
NEW YORK AND LONDON.
A. E. SMITH, ESQ.
has been for 40 years road maator on the Boston
Maine system and Is sow residing at Great Falls,
N. n. no Bays trackmen, brakeman, firemen,
engineers and conductors, as well as baggage mas
ters and expressmen, are subject to kidney dis
eases above all others. All, therefore, win be In
terested In the statement of bis experience. "I
have used Brown's Sarsaparilla for kidney and
Urer troubles, and can truly say It has done more
for me than alt the doctors I erer employed, and I
hare bad occasion to require the Berrlcea ot the
beat physicians In tbe State. Jly wife also bas
been greatly benefited by Its use. A. B. Surra,
Hood Master, B. &H. R. R.
The kidneys have been severely taxed all winter,
as the pore ot the skin hare been closed, but now
as warm weather bas come, they need some aid.
May be you bare that pain across the back ; that
tired feeling; tbose drawing down pains. If so
yon can gain immediate relief by following the
example of Mr. Smith and his wife, and use that
never faUlng and grand corrector for the kidneys,
liver and bleed,
Not genuine unless made by Ara Warren A Co.,
Bangor, Me. MayK-d-ly.
OF PIR8T-CLA88 LnllUO I
In Northern Wisconsin,
Will be told t S.OO nn acre, on Ian Urn;
cCal Sttler. Aicb iotl healthful ellmt-
Sooddrtoklnkt water One msrkei fciUtit-eadT
emaiid for labor fttKMd wages. Porcbaee now an
bare choice of land. Full Information with map.
punptilt,etO,farnlbed PKKJE. Addrtie
W. C. R. R., Mllwtuki Wtli
I8HERMEN TAKE NOTICE.
The undersigned have planted trout furnished
by the State Fish Commissioners. In tbe following
Htn-Amn tn Pnlumhln rmintv , Itouffh Run. SnrlOfiT
Hun, Long Bun, Hoe Run, Gallows Bun, Elk Run,
aoove me xaua. Alt persons aru ouiuiou uub w
from thU rlfttff unflpr rwnftltv of twentr dollars.
as proTtaea iot in section oe oi auv ut ftwwtuv
aporoved June s. ists.
O. W. UrBLIMlK.
dilate (V tmirve myier uanuw
Letters of administration on tbe aald estate bar-
lng been granted to tbe undersigned administrator
all persons Indebted to said estate are hereby no
tified to pay the same, and tbose having claims
against said estate present tbe same to
Chrism an. Atty. May 11 w
List of Dealers in Columbia County,
I herebr certlrr the following list of Dealers
taken, returned and classified by me in accordance
with the several acta ot Assembly in nd tor tbe
year lssi is correct to the best et my knowledge.
Jiainf and Dustneu Clou
Q P Drelsbach store 14
w a corbett X co store u
Levi Michael store 11
Mrs J v smith hotel r
T J Shum an store It
c a Shumin store 14
w u itoeaer grocery n
D L Slngley sit
J E Edson store
J HMcllenry hotel
T c Mcllenry drugs and hardware
John neacock tobacco
Ira sicuenry (uruiture
Alfred Mcllenry store
it r Arerett store
Holland Mcllenry store
Kill ah Albertson hotel
Keller tiros stoves and tinware
J J Mcllenry store
Lemuel Drake Hotel
Mollenrr t co dlatlllerr
a M umfth store
W o Rook bote!
It Berger restaurant
John it (lould druggist
M Lew clotnjiz
T J styles Co druggist
l j atanaemue s uo uaruware
O V urubaxer hardware
L Ml nelser t co ciotntng
11 H Swane store
J P Preas Co store
B F Driesback organs ana macmnea
U M llockman confectionery
smith Droe store
F L Dlsueburst furniture
P o McM urtrle clothing
8 K Heller pool table
HO crspin store
II R Bowers store
A P Young stovee and tinware
Isilah Bowers store
Jackson Wooden M'f'g Co store
B F bponenberg hotel
orove Klaner druggist
Freas Bros lumber
August Thlele bottler
Ash Bros dUtll'ery
U w Miller hotel
Geo Aursnd hotel
D Lowenberg Est clothing
Jacob L ninon hotel
J R Schuyler Co hardware
Charles V Ilunyan hardware
O N Wilson grocery
J D Wilson leather ,
Ruckle oo confectionery
O Rlchart grocery
iuoomr.ourg car iaj store
O B KoblUna liquor store
w d Tav.xir Dottier
W II (iiluore resuurant
Mrs Win Webb tobacco store
Louis Bernhard leweter
n A McCelvy druggist
II W bloan store
Ureat Eastern Tea Co tea store
Louis Uros clothing
John F Caldwell hotel
Peter O roes bottler
Wm Ribb store
Baker and Bender furniture
J w Eyer store
W J Correll Co furniture
J If Btocker urooerr
0 A Kle'm druggut
II o llartman carpet store
1 w llartman Sons store
I W McKelvy store
Alexander Bros to oo tobacco
P M Ullmoro restaurant
Mover Bros wholesale dnmiata
11 Is to 1
1st co I
7 4000 I
13 10 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 0D
6 76 00
II 7 00
13 10 00
14 7 00
I 14 TOO
13 10 00
13 10 OO
14 7 00
5 79 00
14 7 00
9 79 00
14 7 00
14 7 0O
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
9 73 00
14 7 00
14 7 TO
14 7 00
14 7 00
13 10 00
John 8 1'hllllps confectionery
rfocuu nrurr notions
ii j uitts c Hon store
Iiernard Btohner restaurant
(leo A Clark book store
r i iieniier anoo store
U W nertecb clothing
David K Ulrton pool tables
O W Brown grocery
J Paltrer organs and machines
L B Whary stove and tinware
Mnger u fg Co sewing machines
Farmers' Produce Xxcbange store
WBKo her coal
Creasy wells lumber
II r nicks ffrooerr
narmans Hansen coal
N W Barton grocery
llcsry Klelm grocery
llartman Edgar stoves tinware
Mrs W B Allen store
B 11 Vannatta paper store
J II Mercer drug store
Andrew Rol'eder shoo findings
J A Iless shoe store
Kvane Eyer clothlng
W It Tubbs hotel
JJXSnI!.C0 pain dealer
o W Neal Bro coal
i 1 W B"wer carpet store
Joseph Garrison flour and feed
tehleman wolf stoves tinware
D A Creasy store
Bloomsburg Iron Co store
o A Jaeoby coal
" " store
OW sterner hardware
G B Furm an harness o
C B savage Jewelry
O w Itelfsnrder hotel
Adam Truckenmlller restaurant
Joseph A oultermsn store
TK Harder furniture
J K Sharpless Hons store
T D Bernlnser rurnitura
A s Truckenmlller organs machines 14
uru Mannari anoe store
J R iremer store
II F spaagler clothing store
B x nlle shoe store
A L Uolshue confectionery
M A Nwank store
8 B Rhawn restaurant
" " stoves and tinware
E It Longenberger hotel
I II Seesholts store
c B Clay well grocery
M A Blbby store
o W Fisher Agt druggist
8 D Itlnard store
O 8 Schmlck hardware
o w Whipple drug store
CF Harder lumber
O W " "
Albert Yetter pool table
Mrs Hester Klstler hotel
M A Blbby coal
o c Mendenhall stoves and tinware
Simon Roup coal
DavU Grtffln coal
K M Tewksbury tertlUzere
Irvln Bros store
M w Bfennan restaurant
Joanna O'Connor liquor store
John W Goldsworthy restaurant
" " " poolUble
Mrs M Pelfer bote! 1
' " " pooiuble
Mrs Dugan grocery
T OoUtna Uquor store
Arthur McLaughlin Uquor store
n u Michael furniture
DC Black grocery
Edward McFadden restaurant
John Nertney liquor store
Cbas Fetterman hotel
Andrew Lemhan store
Q W Davis dru store
A B Former stoves and tinware
K J naffey restaurant
L A Riley co store
L Fetterman store
O B Millard store
James McBrearty restaurant
K J Finnerty Jr drug store
John Davis confectionery
u II oetcby store
c o Murpby Btoro
DF Curry hotel
Albert Ball grocery
Thomas Bowan restaurant
James A Bakey "
Low Bros Co store
u saonsier store
Thomas Brobst Hon grocery
Z T Fowler train dealer
J L wolrerton store
John L KUne hotel
it w Lyons store
O w Blllmann hotel
wm Herbert store
Frederick Pagelone store
Pat Maloney store
M Mcnenry Bro store
J F Mcnenry store
m lioweu store
Nathaniel Belahltne ntora
Jones Walter store
Nathan Drelsbacb store
A Lewis store
J M Ammerman More
u r jsagar co distillery
AJ WArtley store
L c Bucher store
A IT Folmer hotel
J B WeUlver store
Geo J Munson store
Ellis Eves Bro store
v p Eves Henrle furniture
Masters co store
W M Eves sons store
O W Eves store
o R Parker store
KB " "
P D Black "
Jacob Hantr store .
A J Derr store
A P Young fertlUters
Fanners' peoduce Exchange
c M Terwtlllger store
n N J B white store
B D Cole sure
E O Yeager store
Wellington Yeager hotel
J W Snyder store
Wilson Yeager store
Jacob Yeager store
Tbos Seaborn store
K II Wltner store
Nathan Knorr hotel
L II Danleis store
William II Btlllg store
n M Yocum store
Miles Smith hotel
Wm Glngle store
Kreamer Bon store
B R Yetter howl
W M Longenberger store
U J Campbell store
A W Sbuman hotel
cbas B Relghard store
Allison Derr store
Schweppenhelser Snyder store
A W Hess hotel
N B Creasy store
A O Millard stoves and tinware
R J Bernlnger furniture
D A ness coal
A W Snyder store
U J Gearhart store
Samuel Uazeldlne hotel
o B nosier store
J w Ytneer store
Paxton Harm an store
J F Bands store
o P stlner store
J D Barman furniture
Snyder Wbltmlre store
A 8 Stewart store
Flcckenstlne Hro store
White. Conner Moan agricultural
a N Smith sto ves and tinware
H B Low lumber
J B Delong stoves and tinware
O W Low fertilizers
A M Dewltt store
Jos Turner hotel
ueece Fairman hotel
J R Fowler Co distillery
II W Lyons store
o W Cherlngton store
Wm Delttrlck store
Joseph Klecaner hotel
N Rlcnard store
M A Bioaser store
Mrs M M Worman store
J D Workhlscr store
bllver Spring Quarry Co store
A B White store
A P Howell store
J L Crawford confectionery
A J Thrash hotel
Silas Young store
Theodo.-e Heck store
A Laubacb Son store
A M Harvey store
K II Frltx store 1 1 00
J W Perry hotel 5 79 00
Aiie&a store it iw
B Colo store 14 7 00
Appeals wui be heard at the Ooamladonecs of-
noe in uioomsourg on tne sin oay gi juae a-u.
lKa, between tbe hours oi la o, ana 4 . n
where you ca attend It you think proper.
C. L. bANDfl,
May 13,1888, Mercantile Appraiser,
OF UNSEATED LANDS.
K COLUMBIA COUNTY, PINNA.
Br virtue of sunder acta of tbe Oeneral A seem
btr of the Commonwealth ot 1-ennavivanla. relat.
lng to the sale of seated and unseated lands In the
county of Columbia, etc., tor taxes due and un-
Kjo. i win oner to puuuo sate iu ine vourv uou
the town of Bloomsburg, on
MONDAY, JUNE 11th, 1888.
at 10 o'clock, a. m. Tbe following described pieces
of land, or sucb part thereof as may be neoasaary
to aatlafr tba Amount of taxes due and unnald
so 00 asslnst the same, and continue the aama. from
li oay te aay as tne same may t nusa cecissity,
TERMS OF BALE.
Tne amount ot taxes and costs must be paid
when tbe land Is struck off or the sale may be void
and the property put up and resold.
Acres. Warrantee or owners Twos. Taxes.
1 Columbia 0 I Co ....Beaver .. 1 14 to
l lot iieaver unanes oo,.
Slots ltcaver Jmwo. ...ilo ,,.
73 Bio.kwar Abbott..i do.,,,
Its " " do...,
Slots Rrrckwayu o no...,
alott ButtUnger do....
l tot Bogart Mary.....v, .......... do....
tlots Buyer F 8 do ...
40 cox o 8 Ex Tench cox,. ao
1W ' " " " ..do....
B7 " " " " ,.do ..
tn " " " " ..do....
841 " " ' ,.do,...
Slot crossing ratnex ,,.ao.,..
Hot Cannon It do,...
100 Downs Martin..! do......
is " jonn. ......uo..,.
slots Etans Recce .. -do,,.,
3 " Flanagan A... do.,..
3 " FreyWB do....
I lot uearhart William do....
tlots " " do....
5 " ItorfmanEO .....do.,..
3 11 llarncr Jester.... ...do.. .
60 Hauek Jonathan-.... ...do....
50 1 louts John ......do....
no lllndcrllter Sarah A do....
Slots Hunt Ellas. ao....
tlots llen.T George. do......
1 lot KUne A - do....
llot Levis Frank do....
Slots Lawrcnco W 11.. .... do....
800 Mann Miller. do....
to Menslnger Samuel ao,...
100 McReynolds W H. ..do....
slots Mastln William, do....
140 Nungtsser George do. ..
Slots Patterson J C do....
Slots Trice Clarence do,...
83 ltloo Abraham. do....
loo " - do..
4-93 lot Ruthtord, Samuel Co.,.. do....
a lot ... uu..M
lis Swank Daniel. .....do..,.
140 Schwoppenhelser I K do. ..
8 Shuman Michael do....
S lot Schlcb J J........ do...
8 lots smith J W. do....
8 lot scott Peter do. ..
10 Ui8tnberueo do. ..
ties West B coal Co. do .
Slots wetreios ao.
Hot Wood Augustus. ...do.
ti Ulsapher George ...do.,..
Slot Klaseww ao...,
J lots Wood Augustus..
10 Losee Jeesee
el Shuman F L.
ta Brclsch Co
8 lota Prout Stephen dee'd
Wells John Behton
Clem Rev WT, Brlarcroek
Doty. Pealer Stewart Co....
" ' ,,do...
" " " ..do....
Edwards Henry J
Evans Francis. ...
Freas Jesse B do,
. 4 SO
Freas Fannie. do,
Lamon Jesenh. do....
Kemp Daniel... ... ..do... ,
Bobbins Ell do....
stackhouse Jos Est do....
EUckhoute O J M do. ..
oftSO Shaffer Kelchner..... do....
579 Bcnuyier Mrs Mary.. ... ao....
1 Stout Ellas do....
7 Edwards Martha J do....
43 Yost Emanuel. do.
10 " " do....
3 Doty, Stewart Swayie..do....
14 " " ' do....
14 " " ' do.....
10 Adams Henry. do....
40 Bower Isaiah do....
M Koons Geo 8. do....
81 HollopeterDF do,,..
loo DodsonJB do....
18 Shuman Reuben Catawlssa
30 weaver EUaa. do....
Dombach Margaret. do.
Kicer Robert do,,
Newell Fred .
Clewell Joeeph Est....
Shuman Ellas.. ....
Harder Thomas B... .
Lehtgh Mahanoy RR...,do....
McKInney Charles. ........ do. .. .
Steel Geo W ao....
Sweeney Margaret do....
Walsh David do....
Adams Enos L...
8 lot Brobst Thomas.,
Fowler John F.,
Good Jacob. ..
Uagenbucb William do..
34 Hoffman William Est do....
0 Keller DanleL .do....
is Mcuenry Dorcas. do....
1 lot Sponsler Jacob do..,.
Hot Klrkendall Creasy....... do....
419 Beam Joshua.. ..Conyngnam
llot Bresllne Bernard...
Slots Drelsbach Lewis
Ill Hrston John........
23 KUne John L
tlots Kramer A W
. M H II
Morris Asnle B...
Trlen Jacob... do
Hot Blllnian Geo W.
1 " Kress Margaret.
s - Kemooia w it
Doty, Pealer Stewart .
Fowler John F do.
Farver George. do. . .
Harrison John .... ..do...
Hoffman Fieis do...
Uulme WlUlam do...
lemon Thomas ... do...
Kindt John Co . ....do.
Mcllenry C B Daniel. ...do ....
ItODOinS YY A ,
X of 800 Shaffer Kelchner...
Pealer Geo -ge. ..do....
wmienigni wiuiam. ao....
Pealer 8 J .do....
Cleaver Wellington.. ..FrankUn
Vought James.. ....... do..,,
' K llo veil do.
Rohrbach WUllam do.
Blbby Jan es ..do..,.
Vauino J II .. . ....do....
Manbardt George do....
Hayhtrst Eira nelrs. do.
Blbby Augustus do....
Albertson Miles Bartley
Berry John ..do,.
Derr I ram. ..... do....
McEwen II J ,...do....
Appleman Lloyd. Hemlock
" WlU'am ...do ...
" Hugh w. do.
Brugler Elisha do..
Campbell N L do....
Emmett A J.... do....
McUrldeU D. do....
Neal Pursel do....
Pursel Is sc G do
Unangst Mrs Charles do....
Wright Levi. .0o....
Jones iDav ....do
Black PD. Jackson
" " do.
Miuer cnarles w
Parker Ca ,
BUlneton Charlea Locust
Dewalt George,. do.
Everhart John ... do
Hughes IWrlght Est Co....
Kulp McWillUm ....do.
Longenberger Phillip. do,,..
Myers Mar) do..
Ruston Vary ..do....
Reynolds John .....do....
Ruston Thomas ..do..,.
Heece Daniel do.
stlne Adam ....,,,do,,..
Shaffer Henry do.,..
Ittioads FrankUn do.
Beagle Ooorge Madison
Uenderebott K. do,...
Shoemaker Jacob. .,. do .
" " do....
Demott Cyrus .do,...
Johnson Cbeeter. ....do.
cotner J K do .
EvesO W do,...
cox Joel. do
Heydenrtck Tobias ..do..,.
Masters D W, do
Miller W B..... do....
Graham Edward do....
Rrockway Knt Mais
inderutter Henry do,.,,
Shuman John tn
U of 100 schmeck, Brobst, Yetter
Snyder Abraham do ... .
Bhuman W T.. do.
Swartx,8hepp Co do.
Torbert Wliuam ao
Shuman Reuben do.
Moser Michael do...
Blttenbeader Jacob. MUTtln
Kramer a W do.
Luti Catherine -do.
M'cbael Joseph Peter F.do.
" " do,.,,
Masteller Joseph .,.. do..,.
Nungesser W . ..do..,.
Parks James A T, rtn
sutltff Joel doTTT.
schweppenhelser I K.....do..
" Horace .do...,
" P do.,,,
" Horace. .do,,
Yobe Jacob Est do....
Piatt Unas... do.!..
Eckroth Hiram do. ,
Menslnger William do....
oiger t uel Montour
Fry Daniel ao
Neal WUUam ......dO-IT
Gordon John N do,...
Crouse Illram Andrew Jr
CreveUng Samuel Orange
Hagenbuch Jeremiah L.do....
" WUUam. do.,,,
Hess Jeremiah ..do.,..
Coleman George Est. do,,,,
KUne Abraham J ...do....
" " do..
" Jacob deo do.. .
Crawford WUUam. ..do....
frrlck Geo A. E&t pine
jons K W do . .
Roberta Cole do
Boughner Peter ...Koarlngcreek
Brelach Jacob...,, ,VTdo
" " ....ido!7r.
Barnes Thomas Jr do....
Cox o B Ex of Tench Oox.,do
" M ' " ..do....
" " " " -do....
" " " 7.6a," .
Dllaplain Exeklel J! do.!..
Ilensum John.,,,, ,do,
Aii all wool LADIES' CLOTH 2flo.
a yard. Never Bold loss than iOo.
A hsmlsomo lino of LACE OUlt-
TAINS from 1.00. Window draped
11 around, with a full lltio of bettor
grade. Also full lino of Poke, fcci
A lot of fine SKKItSUCKKRS to
go at tho low prioo of C2o yard. Call
If you want DRESS 300DS of
any kind it will pay you to call and
e co in.
Tho "PANSY BUSTLE" haa bo-
oomo tho favorito of nil ladioa. You
thould buy ono.
Wo placo on sale to dav a lino of
CIIALL1E, in now patterns j fast col
Rice Abraham .........
Bhuman David ,
Nhoup Abraham ....
Cole Thomas B
Cbapln J 1' .
Custard Mary' '.!!!.!!
liess, CreveUng Co
do , ...
M OI 119
X ot 111
" K J
" John J.
Savage Joshua Eat ..
uavenport r.. ........
rjp HE ABUItEIl'8 BALE
OF SEATED LANDS
IN COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENNA.
Also at the same time and nlace the following
lots, nieces and oarceia of Reated lands, returned
by tbe tax collectors, are to be sold uncer the pro
visions of an Act of Assembly, entitled, "An Act
relating ui tne sale oi lanas lor tax in uoiumoia
vouuty," approvea aiarcn mu, lew.
Acres. Owners. Twp's. Taxes.
us Kase woiverton.....Beaver.. 87 10
llot schrlber Henry do.... 137
a rniups catnanno ao.... 175
83 Mann AW.... do.... 885
1 Rhoads refer... do.... 318
4 Bantes Daniel do.... 28
llot Pursel Mrs B B Bloom.. 42 00
1" GulnnGeorge. do.... 210
1 41 BehamJohn do.... 4 05
10 luce Jonas Catawlssa.. 2
llot Keller Sarah centre.. 78
385 cummlngs R M Co Con'y'm 1191 47
400 Curry Ellen . do.... 47S70
400 Murphy, Hughes Co.. do.... 63800
Klot Wcllnle John It do.... 4 44
1 14 Corner Michael, do.... sss
1" Casey Lawrence do.... 489
X " Dougherty Mary. do.... 2 91
s Vought Irwin B.... FrankUn.. 97
81 Moore A L Greenwood.. 18 45
64 Albertton David C Est. do..... 175
100 Wand John A...Uemloclc.. 1012
100 Rhone Michael Jackson.. 6 40
S3 i;namoeriain Lewis do.... 9 74
75 " " .... do..., 4 27
S3 Young Lewis O.... do ... . 4 66
6.1 " " do.... 3 89
80 Glassmyer Francis F..Locust 4 60
ti lonnon Geo w Est do..., 3 58
ISO EvesCW... .Madison... 875
60 " " do.... 824
170 nillJoeao do.... 885
e iiousor Krootn do.... 187
lo Eckroat Charles Est.. Mlfilln... 82
S3 liowerCharlcsE...MtlTst.. 926
112 ness John .lire,. 808
K Kline rattereon do.... 1787
50 Lyons New:on Co.... 3 85
37 llattJoUn do.... 2 50
30 l'arkerJohnH....... do.... 8 60
112 Prick G A Est do.... 840
20 lless Lavlna . Sugarloaf.. 648
21 Albertson Jesse. do.... 8 si
31 Kline AbnerW do.... 449
886 CreveUng JH ,do.... 19 20
40 ShultzElas do.... 2C4
34 RedllneUF do.... 1439
a. A. herring, Treas.
Treasurer's Office, Bloomsburg, March 23, less.
AVITH 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 smaller
D. LOW EM
Wo will oIobo n lot of SUMMER
SILKS very cheap.
An extra heavy COUNTERPANE
nt $1.00, with a full lino of hotter
Havo you scon thoso handsonio
RAW SILK TABLE COVERS at
tho low price of $1,25 oach.
A full line of BLACK SHAWLS
nnd Black Dross Goods, just in, all
A lot of MENS' FRENCH BAL
BRIGGAN SHIRTS A DRAWERS
$1.00 quality, at76o apiece.
Full lino of FANS A PARASOLS
CLARK & SON.
CandMAteflnftmMnnriArt.hu hAartin n ...u
Ject to tho rules of the Dcmocratlo party.
of Scott township.
GEO. W. DERR
JOHN B. OASEY
E. M. TEWKSBURY
JAMES T. FOX,
of Beaver township.
C. Z. SOHLIOHER,
of Beaver township.
GEN. a M. BLAKER.
The nndcrslgned, administrator do bonis non,
with the will annexed, ot the cstato of Robert;
Finney, late of Liberty township, Montour county,
deceased, under direction In the will and by
authority of the Orphans Court of Columbia
county, will expose to sale, by publlo vendue, at
tho court House, In Danville, on
SATURDAY, Juno 1G, 1888,
at one o'clock In the afternoon, the following do
scribed real estate, to wit s All that certain farm
and tract of land, situate ljlng and being In Lib
erty township, Montour county, Pa and bounded
by lands of John Robinson, lands of William Kerr,
lands of Gideon M. Shoop, lands of Samuel Glggcr,
and flfty.Bovcn perches strict measure, ascertained
bV a rrccnt Rlirvpv?! nnri nf tvlitM. nliit .!,
The farm lies upon the public road leading from
Danville to Milton at the forks of the road leading
to Lewlsburg, and Is situated at a point about
equally distant from each one of thoso three Im
portant towns, the distance being about eight
miles trom each. The Improvements consist of a.
Large Bank Barn,
wagon shed and outbuildings, and a largo
FRAME Mill HE,
and a stone spring house, ic. There are several
springs of excellent water and two or three brooks
running on the farm. The crop In the ground, at
the day of the sale, with the right to enter, cut,
thresh and remove the grain. Is reserved.
TERMS OF BALK: Ten per cent, of one-fourth
of the purchase money to be paid at the striking
down of the property; the one-fourth less the ten
per cent, at the confirmation absolute, and the re
maining threo-fourths In one year after confirma
tion nisi, with Interest from that date. Possession
win be given, subject to the present tenancy, up
on payment of the above ten per cent, of one
fourth of the purchase money, and subject to tbo
Terms of Sale.
Tho purchase money unpaid at the confirmation
to be secured by bond and mortgage on the
JOHN O. FREEZE,
May 18. AdmT. d. b. n. c t. o.
"PROPOSALS FOIt ItlVEU BRIDGE.
jBealed proposals will be received at the office of
the Bloonuburg Bridge Company untu 18 o'clocK
v. on Thursday MsySi, isko, tor the construction
ot an Iron highway bridge acrosathe North Branch
of the Susquehanna lUver at Bloomsburg, ra.
Separate bids must be made tor the substructure
of stone masonry, and for the Buper-structure.
Plans and specifications ma be setn at the oftlco
of the Company's Engineer, Mr. J. a Brown, on
and after Tuesda May loth. Envelopes contain
ing bids should be marked "Proposals for River
Bridge to be opened May 81, less-" The right la
reserved to reject any or all proposals.
Paul E. Wikt, Secy. President,
Eitalt of Joseph 11 ration, amaseiXof LigMMMt
Columbia county .
Letters of administration on the estate ot Joseph.
R. Patton deceased, late of LUbtstre et Columbia
county. Pennsylvania, deceased have been grant
ed by the Register ot said county to the under
signed Administrator. All persons having claims
against the eatate of the deceased are requested
to present them for settlement, and those indebt
ed to the estato to make payment to tbe under
signed administrator wlUout delay.
O. P. PATTON,
May 18 1883. Kuan town, Nortn'd Co,
NEW INVENTION IN LACING
"W. S. OORSET
with self-adjusting back can
be changed from tight to
loose-fitting In five seconds,
without removing from tho
SEW IMCES or HTMtr.S
laws will not SHOW
1 THROUGH the DRESS. The
healthiest, beat-tltllng and
I most comfortable Dorset
Till! NItM'-AIUlINTINO t'OIlHRT CO.,
180 FRANKUN ST., NEW YORK CITY.
Factory, Rochester, N. Y.
Wheat per bushel OS
Ryo " " 00
Ccrn " " .... 60 03
Oats 83 45
Flour " bbl 4.1)0 to 600
Butter 84 20
Egg.8 13 14
Potatoes 60 80
llama 13 10
Dried Apples 03 OS
Side 07 10
Buoulder 00 13
Chickens..,., 10 19
Lard per lb 10 19
Vinegar per gal 90 30
Onions per bushel 1 00 1 60
Veal sklus 07
Wool per lb ,. 83
Illdes , S to 7
Coat, on Wham.
No 0 a.00: Noa 2. 0, & Lump 18,93.
Ha,08.QO Bltumlnui H8.83