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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
0. 1, Elwtllt 1 wilt.,,
FRIDAY, JUNK 1, 1888.
Blalno has positively deoUtied to
permit the uso of his naino an a oandl.
date for President.
Thoro Is no doubt but that Governor
Boavor will appoint a republican as
President judge to fill llio vnoanoy
caused by Judge Klwell's resignation.
Ho will hold cilice from August 1st.
until tbo Gut Monday In January, and
at tbo fall election a Jndco will bo
fleeted for tho full term of ten venm.
mo indications are vcai n. us. annua,-
ley Esq. of Danvlllo will bo appointed.
nf timd of
dolegato elcotion and convention should
iimo t,n. unn
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chanced threo times in throe years,
wrong date on
Tho corrcot time
ij?,: j" ,i. !. a.i 11.,, nnd
tho date of tho convention is August
LvoominK county democrats aro not I
hard tt pleaso if you givo them the Legislature to give relief to tno tax-pa-wholo
world. They hayo tho .eenator I yers by the onaotment of an equitablo
for this district, though in all honoBty
mtiiii nnuntv was en
WUU lltll IJVKIJ w.u.w. J
.:.!,! n If At tfin ronant. alato con I
UMW iu iw. 'T .
vention the delegation from inis
county asked for one of its number a
place on the committee on resolutions,
T.nnnn.;n nnnntArilt-nlined to errant I
their request, and put one of their own
it -rnnnnta tn nnt.rdnor in it-1
IUOU 1U. AH WUiWMwvw vw 0 .
if ih.n i ahnv the spirit oi I
nUi.) U1UIV HI"" VW uuwr. , I
One of theso I
days Columbia oounty may get tired
of famishing the majorities while
other counties gobblo up the offices.
It is with pleasure that wo announco
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tins weeic me name oi a. nu.
Rai. ax & candidate for representative.
Ha hu consented to onieriuo iiuiiuuiu
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arena after urgent solicitation on the
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and his campaign will be vigorously
..tn fT nnnino introduction
jiiwDvuMu. T i
to the people of Coluaibia county, lie
filled tho office of Prothonotary tor six
years with great crean w umi "
satisfaction to me peupic.
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lawyer of ability, a oitizen of good re-
pute among hra fellow citizens, ? ma
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fra and intfill rrence. Thai 18 the ianu
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of men Columbia county should sena
to the legislature.
A Hew Auditor-Gen ral.
On Saturday evening Governor!
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Beaver appointed Colonel 1 homas mc-
Camant auditor general, to succeed the
late A. Wilson Norris, who died last
weeK. iiir. iuuvamaum umv "v .
prominently mentioned for the P'.00 1
vnr since the death of the late auditor I
general and his appointment has been
1 . ! .. r.!-nHa oil niTOr I
urceu oy nw uuuhjiuub mcuuo w.. .
n atfite. In 1886 lie was a candidate
for the nomination for auditor general,
and had the support of a largo number
of delegates but ho with-drew before,
the meeting of the convention whioh
nominated Colonel Noma. The ap
nnint.mnnt of Mr. McCamant will no
doubt make him the nominee
republican party at the next election,
TT . . M -.-111 avnim ATI til O
Ilia IJItHUIJ lv IA311U Will r'.
first Monday in May, 1880.
DECLARATION OF rBINClPIXS BY TUB DE
MOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION.
Thn lollowintr is tho Democratic
platform adopted by the convention
The democratio party of Fennsylva-
nia, by its representatives in conven-
tion assembled, declares that revision
of the tariff laws is necessary with a
view to their simplification, the cor- for a running mate buforo tbo conven
rcction of thoir incongruities and in- ijon meuts, thus removing all duubt,
equautiuf, tuu rcuiniiiuii ui uuuvd m
sucn a manner as win put American
industry on a firm and permanent ba -
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bis covering tne aiuerence oetween
wages in this country and in foreign
couutries, the abolition of taxes on
raw materials for manufacturers, and
the relief of the people from useless
the prices of tho common necessaries
of life. That to this end and that
labor may bo the more effectually pro-
tected in the enjoyments of its earnings
and in steadiness and continuity of
employment wo givo our most hearty
and emphatio indorsements to tho re-
commendations ot rresideot thieve-
nand's last annual message to Con-
gress and as in line with the principles
laid down in that message wo com
mend to Congress the prompt adoption
of the revenue bill reported from tho
committee of ways and means and
urge the Democratio representatives in
Congress from this State to give it
their earnest and undivided support.
That tho publio lands are the com
mon heritage of tbo people and must
be reserved for actual settlement by
citizens of the United States; that no
further grants should be made to ali
ens on any account whatsoever, and
that the policy of tho Republican
party, which has permitted the acqui
sition of title to vast areas by foreign-
era as well as fraudulent entries ior
speculative purposes, deserves tbo so
verest condemnation, and that tho
courage and fidelity of tho Democratio
uational administration in rostoring to
the public domain many millions of
acres of land, forfeited under the terms
of erauts mado by Congress, merit the
approval and gratitude of tho people.
That iho surplus in tho Federal
Treasury should be applied to tbo re
duction of the principal and interestof
the publio debt: that the express autho
rity should bo given to tho President,
by Congress to purchase United States
bonds iu advanoe of their maturity
until Buuh surplus shall havo been ex
hausted and that all schemes to deplete
the Treasury by which private inter
ests rather than tho publio good would
bo subserved and which are pressed
upon Congress by lobbyists, who are
to receive a largo share of appropria
tions to be mado in pursnanoe of such
schemes, aro to bo deprecated and con-
demmned as erroneous in principle
and corruption in tendency,
That the country is to bo congratu
lated lipoo the maintenance of tbo dig'
nity oi tho goyornment abroad and of
peaco and tranquility at home under
tho wise and patriotic administration
Tho delegation this day chosen
represent tho Democratic party
1'emjiylvanltt in the Doniocra'.ic Na
tional Convention, callod to moot at St.
Louis Juno 5, Is hereby instructed to
cast lis united voto for tho renomirm
nation of tho president.
That tho largo annual appropriations
for pensions, now exceeding tho ontiro
cost of tho Federal Government boforo
the civil war, are due to tho f act th at
a Demooratlc Congress passed the ar
rearage of pension bill) thatjthe pensions
paid under tbo present Democratlo ad
ministration almost dOUDie me amount
those paid under Republican adnilnls
tratlon, and that the Demooratlc patty
favors a lint and moner pension act
which shall do niniile lustloo to all do
serving volunteer soldiers and sailors
of iho United Stales now nvini.', ami
to lh widows and orphans of sncli as
have died from causes traceable to
their servioo under tho flan of their
That tho docreaso in tho number of
farms containing ltss than two hnn
drcd acres, tho incroase in the samo
mora than one inousana
acros and tho consequent uecreaac ui
1,10 nnuibcr oi independent iarwu
mid tlm increase in the number of ten
. i j i
nnt tanners snow an warming
nv Inward a centralization of land tit-
State taxation which boar in dispropor-
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wniclfmnst do correcioa h me aovuai
oncrative farmer Is not to bcoonio a
That tho Repubhoan party is justly
responsible for the failure of the lato
and judicious rovenue law, and iu
tha scandal connected with fallnro of
tlm rnvenno bill to bGCOmO a law
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should woric a lorienuro oi an cimiuo
of that party to legislate for the people
of the Commonwealth.
That tho Dresent State adminiatra
tion is to be condemned for its failure
to enforce the provisions of the Con-
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mitntion acrainsi mo oonsoiiuauuu ui
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oornorations. and the action of the last
Republican Legislature In the defeat
of the bill for the relief of producers
and refiners of oil known as the Bil-
Inngsiey uui wan iu mo iuibiotui .
monopoly and opposed to tho interests
nf the ceonle of that larcro section of
f hn s,atn far .MB teiet he bill was
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inai me i-umuuruviu unriv ivuiuaur
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i tiu wii.il i.iih ) 1 1 1 1 1 i'mmiii i ui ui. unuuuai
. , . thfl patrjotj0 gnp.
vi fx in inpir Pirr
r. . t-- -c.
'mat while tno material dudbuw
... .. , hft, reoeivea from
imm- aUon are n'ot to be digpnted, the
impoftation of foreign labor under con-
,. thn y.nAintt t fore hrn oau-
tract anu tue januiug ui iuiciu
, -.imiftI, on American soil
Should be strictly and effeotually pro
That it is recommended to the dele-
cation this day chosen to the Demo
cratic National Convention that when
t wn-thirrU nf thn dpWation so atrree
iu vntn shall hn cast as a nnit on all
matters submitted to tho convention. I
Wit.. ...n ilnns.nti.lA ilia nrOValpTlt. I
J.ub n v wouwww ,uu J " w..
abaae 0j corporate power, the forma-
tion ahd operation of trusts, combina-
tl0ns and monopolies, all of which In-
terf0re with and limit the natural ana I
inalienable rights of the individual,
j ij nnrooK.no tn nonnra rn. I
-pjjgg an t0 apply the same with duo
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rep.arii tor all mtetests oi tno comma-1
From our Regular Correspondent.
WASiUNdTON, May 28st, 1888.
St. Louis is the Mefeca toward which
tho oyes of all good democrats are now
I tnnlniv "NJ.iTf uroplr whfin t ll O 1 P nl r-
I MMit, --' - " " .
cratlu CUUVCUllUU UJCVUS VIICIC, lb Will
only have to ratify the choice of tho
party, long since made, of a candidate
for the presidency; to formally accept
and adopt the platform already
mapped out by Mr. Cleveland s last
annual message to Conrrress. and to
sxlnnt a candidate for Vice President.
0n tho ticket with Mr. Cleveland,
The only thing about (the whole pro-
cramme about which there is even the
slightest partiole ol doubt, is the last,
and it is mure than probable that Mr.
Cleveland will Blcnifv his preference
i ior tne uuuvcutiuu win taa.o iucmbutu
m' nominating me man ior wnom ne
1 expresses a preference, and it is only
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rigut mat tney snouio, ior nas no not
proven himself the savior of the demo-
cratio party! Aye, and more. He
I has restored the patty to its old time
IjVndrew 'Jackson aggressiveness; for
first time in many yiars tho tiarty
Is a presidental campaign by a
brilliant charge on the enemy picket
line, which has been forced in with
arch a rush that the main 8 my have
been compelled to beat a retreat,
which bas so far been a very orderly
one, but 'ere the ides of November, it
will have beoome a rout. All this has
been brought about by one courageous
individual, his name is Grover Cleve-
land, lie has given the country
clean, booest administration, and the
only reason mat lie lias not accompli
shed more, is that lie nas been bum
pered by a republican Senate, but this
time it is to bo a cloan sweep and from
the 4th of March, 1889 the whole gov
ernment, in all its various branches
will be administered by democrats, and
in tho interests of tho whole country,
not ot a small traction ot it,
Tl.n TrnJ!,ln.,i hn, rn0,i ,y,a
lUO 1 resident nas approved IHO act
rosiriciintz mo nours oi letter earners
,uon i.ub uu ,,uu.o u. .Ckv, Ii.
to eight per day. A most oxoellant
law. and like most other cood laws it
originated with a democrat, Hon. S.
t . '
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uui, ui won
Tbo demaud for Mr. Carlisle's tariff
speech is unprecedented. Already
6UU,UUU copies nave been ordered, and
every mail brings uew orders. This is
as it should be; it would bo a good
thing for tho democratio party and tho
carer of rovenue reform if that speech
could be read by every voter in the
TSh TTnnan ia maVinrr rnn,1 nrnrrrpaa
I aO JIUUBU Id rnaKinu UOOU IirOIireSS
with tho regular appropriation bill.
having already passed solera! of them!
Tim hi nrnnt nir rt i pnsrimnnt
labor nas bot-n pasuod by botu IIouscb.
and only lacks the signature of the
President to beoomo a Jaw.
The President approved the act au
thorizing him to arrange a conference
between the United States and the re
public of Mexico, Central aud South
America, Ilayti, and San Domingo,
and the Empire of Brazil. It is oupeo
tod that this country will derive much
good tn tuo shape ot increased com
morco, from this conference.
Senator Vest's resolution for an In
vestigation of tho meat product of the
United States bavincr boon passed,
following committee was appointed
make the investigation) Messrs Vt-st,
numb, juandrrson, uuiion ana uoko.
Tho House judioiary committee have I signed Adinlnlatrator. Allpcrbonshalug claims
. . . .t . . . , . I analnattheeatalooftlie deceased are renuested
favorably repotted the International Jo pr
to Copyrigfit bill, recently passed by tho I ?
of Senate. I
j The bill-establishing a department 1 May is ism.
, i y SHERIFF SALES.
. iWTBlfTT !
THIS IS THE GENUINE I
Our picture trade-mark -.round erery bottle.
Cut tills out and send It to your drug? 1st. RefuM
any adulterated tubttitute as you vrould counter
fe!t money. For 40 yetra, Its healing tame has
spread ovur Europe and America. Doctors pr.
Bcrlbo It. All respectable drueeltts keep it, and
recommend It. Thousands of families uao It, ana
would not ha witliout It. In sickness,
Crcry Drop h Worth It Wilght In Cold!
Invaluable for Hums, Sunburnt,
JHarrliaxt, Chaflngs, Sting, Piles,
Sore Eyes, Feet, Inflammation
and Hemorrhages of all hinds.
O ACTION. See that the words POND'S
EXT11ACT " ara blown In eaeh bottle, In
cloied In a buff-colored wrapper, bearing
our landscape trade-mark none other la
genuine. Sold tvermcKen. JYtau, COe, S 1,11.75.
POND'S CXmCTCO., 76 6th Ay.. Htw York.
0f Agrioulturo which has already been
tain to ptss that body at an early day ;
n A .:, .,t
wcu ui vuuuuwoiuuvi u- nSju,uiiio
will become a member of tho Cabinet.
Mr. Fuller's nomination is Still "hung
up" by the republicans in the Senate.
The Senato tinanco committee re
ported adversely the House bill to is
sue paper fractional currenoy, but in
lieu thereof they reported a bill re
ducing the fco for postal notes under
one dollar to ono cent.
Gofa. Sheridan has been dangerously
ill : he is now somewhat better, though
the dancer is by no means past. Val
vular disease of tho heart is his com
Til 11 nf
Tho laying of tho corner stone of
tho new Catholio University in this
city Thursday was an event of great
importance, iqo impressivu uurcmuu
ies were conducted by Cardinal Gib
linna. iuia.iHi.cd hv aiout Ihirtv bishons.
and over two hundred priests. Tho
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irresiuent nnu uis cumaut were urescuu
The democratic cauous of tho Houso
bad a long session Saturday night, de
voted to tho consideration of the rc
port of tho democratio members of the
ways ann means committee upon the
proposed amendments to the Mills tar
iff. bill. Quito a number of minor
amendments were acrecd to. There is
to bo another caucus hold to-night,
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I WUCI1 IUU BUUJUUb Wilt UU UUISUUU 14 p.
Be Sure to Get Hood's
flamparllU, my child. Bee that they do not
give you anything else. You romsmoer It Is
the medicine which did mama so much good a
year ago my favorite
Nearly everybody needs a good iprlng medi
cine like Hood's Bartapartlla to expel Impuri
ties which accumulate in the blood during the
winter, keep up strength as warm weather
comas on, crcato an appetite and promote
healthy digestion. Try Hood's Sarsaparllla
and you will be convinced ot its peculiar
merits. It li the ideal spring medicine re
liable, beneficial, pleasant to take, and gives
full value for the money. Be sure to get
Soldbralldruggliti. 11 ill for S. Frtpsrsdonly
by C. I. UOOD & CO., Apoth.tarlM, Lowell, JU.
IOO Dosos Ono Dollar
OWN ORDINANCE NO. 88.
n ordinance to oden Lackawanna Avenue (com
monly called BliUi street) from Market street
wetitward to West street.
Section 1. Be It ordained and enacted br the
Town council ot the town ot Bloornsburg, and it
is hereby enacted by authority ot the same i That
I said Lackawanna Avenue be opened at a puuilo
I hMir from Market street westward to West
i ?ticcui wi vuo """uytmij ,uDuutvauuo yu
line thereof beginning at a point In the west line
I ot Market street, and In the north line of said
S.I stone in the west line ot Market street, thence
I Mouth HlT.fv.four detrrees and fnrtv-rmn nilnutia
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i west, parallel wun ni
west, parallel with Filth street, eight hundred and
nuy-iour aou eitfuiy-uve one uuuurvutns leet.
Passed April a), ibss.
P. 8. HAHMAN,
President ot Town council.
Kttate of John L, Moore, deceased,
The undersigned auditor aDnolntea br tho Or.
butlon of the fund in the hands ot Isaac A. lie-
Witt, executor of the last will and testament of
saia aecea&ro. to anu among tne panics enimca
I thereto, will sit at his omce In Bloornsburg. on
I T-mHMi11v .tnnnnA HUW at. mnVlwlr In thAlnnn
I to attend to the duties of h's appointment, when
eti I ucuarreu iruui any snare oi aaiu iuuu.
J. Ii. MAIZE,
May 18 ISiH,
y.itate of Jane Vance, late of Orange township,
The undersigned auditor appointed by the Or
nhans' Court of Columbia countv to make dlstrl.
butlon of balance In the hands or M. C. Vance, exe
cutor to and among the parties entitled thereto,
will sit at his omce on Saturday, June 80th, at 10
a. m., to attend to the duties of his appointment,
when and where, all persons havlmrcUlms azainst
said estate, must appear and prove them, or
forever debarred from any snare oi said fund.
JOHN M. CLARK,
June 1 1S88. Auditor,
A DMIIHSTHATOR'S NOTICE,
estate of Joseph Si. ration, deceased Of LtuMslreet
Letters of administration on the estate ot Joseob
It. Patton deceased, late of Llghtanet Columbia
puuuty, ivuusjivania. acctmwu uam irvu Kruut
e. bv tho Itel&f pr or uald countv to the under.
rvjeut tucui iur bcitieiueut, uuu iwn luucub
i the estate to make payment to the under.
signed administrator without delay.
r.'ll III MTTVWf
RtWhtowa, Korth'4 Co,
oy virtue of sundry writs Issued out ot the
Court of Common Pleaiot Columbia county, Pa.,
and to mo directed will be eipoaed to publlo tla
at tho court house In the town ot Dloomsburc, t
SATURDAY, JUNK 10, 1888,
at 9 p. m., all that certain messuage piece or par
oel of land tltuate;in Franklin township, Colum
bia county, l'a.
No. t. Bounded and dorcrlbcd M follows, to.wlt:
Commencing at a point tn a public, road leading
from Catawlsaa to. noarlngcreek In Franklin town
ship, near the house ot John .Ulassmeler, thence
nortbJtwentr.olKht and a hslf decrees, cast thirty,
two and sli-lcntln rods to a yellow pine down,
thence north one degree, cast one hundred and
slxty.tour and three-tenths rods to a post, thenco
south elghty-thrco degrees, west one hundred and
seventy-nine rods to a hickory t thence south eight
degrees, west one hundred and twenty and three
tenths rods to a post la the publlo road, thence
south elghty-slx degrees, eatt one.hundred and
thlrty-nvo and nine-tenths rods to a point In the
road to Roailngcrcek road, thence south twenty
degrees, east eighteen and nine-tenths rods,
thenco BCTcnty.scTen and a half degrees east six
teen rods; thence south, thlrty-alx degrees, cast
twenty-six and six-tenths rods to the place ot be
ginning: containing one hundred and sixty-one
acics and nineteen perches, on which are erected
a tramo dwelling house, bank barn and .ouubulld
logs. A 10 a right ot way from said house along tho
right bank ot Hoatlngcreek through division No. .
to a publlo road, sold to Jacob. Schuyler by John
W. Hoffman, nigh Sheriff ot Columbia oounty,
deed dated March .1, 18T9 and .conveyed by, said
Schuyler to J. a Roblson.
Seized taken In execution at the suit ot Thomas
Trench vs. James Doyd liobtson, and to be sold as
the property of James Doyd Itoblaon.
Za&r, Atty. AL Ft Fa.
A lot of;Bround situate In the town ot Blooms
burg, county ot Columbia, bounded and described
as follows, to-wlt ! Beginning at a corner of lot
ot Peter E. Knapp on Iron street, between second
and Third streets, thence eastwardly alongjsald
lot one hundred and six feet to an alley, thence
southwardly along said alley thirty feet to an
other lot of Charles Krug, thence along said lot
westwardly ono hundred and six feet to a corner
on Iron street, and thence northwardly along said
street thirty feet to corner of lot of Peter K.
Knapp aforesaid, the place ot beginning, whereon
are erected a two story frame dwelling house and
Anotherjot of ground situate In Uie town ot
Bloornsburg aforesaid, bounded and described aa
follows: Beginning at a corner ot the above de
scribed lot on Iron street, thence along said lot
eastwardly one hundred and six leet to an alley
thence southwardly along said alley 6J feet 4 in
to lot ot the Reformed congregation, thence west
wardly along said lot one hundred and six feet
to a corner on Iron street, thence northwardly along
said street 63 feet 4 Inches to a corner, the place of
beginning, whereon are erected a two story frame
dwelling house, barn and out-bulldlnga.
Seized taken In execution, and to be sold aa the
property of Charles Krug.
AL FL Fa. BAMUEL, SMITH,
Hay 23 'as Sheriff.
Estate of S. A. Catwell, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
appointed auditor to make distribution ot the bal
ance in the hands ot B. c Caswell, his executor,
as ner partial account, will attend at his omen at
Bloornsburg on Friday, Juno 22nd, 1B88, at ten
o'clock In the forenoon, tor the duties ot his ap
pointment ; when and where all persons Interested
and bavlnsr claims atralnst the estate must Dre
sent them, or be forever debarred from costing in
on said fund. JOUN O. FKB EZ B,
Juno 1 La. Auditor
VTOTICE OP DISSOLUTION.
"Notice Is hereby given that the partnership
existing between J. J. Brower and W. u. B rower
under the arm name of J. J. W. 11. Brower has
this first day of June, 188S, been dissolved by lltol-
i&uuii, , , uruwer reiiruig. j, j. ukuwkii.
W. II. HKUVVKU.
The business will be continued br W. II. Brower
at the old stand, who Is authorized to settle all
debts due the said arm and also all debts due J. J.
urower on nis dooks. interest wui ne cnargea
after four months' credit.
June 1WJU J. J. BROWER.
it re estate qf Daniel Thomad late of PtttUnQcreek
The undershrned auditor annotated br the Or.
Dhans' Court of Columbia countv to make distri
bution of the balance In hands ot administrator
of said estate aa appears In final account, wUl
meet at office of E. II. R. R. little in Bloorns
burg, Pa., on Friday June ts, 188H at 10 o'clock
a. m. uj penonn me auiiea or nis aooouiune it.
when and where all persons Interned must ap
pear ana prove meir ciaimaor De rorever aeuamxi
from coming in on said runa.
ROBT. R. LITTLK.
May 26, 1883. Auditor.
Etlateaf AVred Bauer, late of Centre tovmiMp,
Letters ot administration on the said estate hav.
tag been granted to the undersigned, all persons
indebted to said estate are hereby notified
to pay the same, and those having claims against
saiu estate win present tne same ior settlement
tu VII AC. IV. A. 1H1VV All, A UUl I.
A. L. Fritz, Atty. Maj4 Iw
Kttate of George Zeigler deceased.
Letters of administration on the said estate hav-
Ing been granted to the undersigned administrator
all persons indebted to said estate are hereby no
tified to pay the same, and those having claims
against saia estato present i ne same to
OSKl'U K. ZEKILEit, Admr.
say ii ow
gfirij-e e IJSJ i j 1 V J
!7ftTe roa Oonzh, rtronrhlut. Aithma, IndUmtloa I Us
EARklK'S OIMOIPI toNIO without deKy. IS
bi curwl iuut of th wont 0t uid If tha bout rawed?
for ul affections of the throat and lunn, I
arldn from Imonre blood and axhftutuon.
ad tick, KntagUDa aslaal dliewi. and elovly drifting
to the srmT. will la manr eatee raoorer their health bjr
the tlmelr uae or I'arker'e Qinfer Tonlo, but deUr la daa
(eroua. Take It la time, it n InTaioaUe tor ell peina
eBaajaaraareoceKunecBaBaDoweia. wo H vrusKlaeai
List of Dealers in Columbia County.
I hereby certify the following list of Dealers
taken, returned and classified by me In accordance
with the several acts of Assembly In and tor the
year I68tls correct to the best ot my knowledge.
.Vamo ond Bueineu
a P Drelsbach store
W 8 Corbett & Co store
Tati Michael store
Mrs J P Smith hotel
T J (.human store
o A shuman store
W II Boeder grocery
D u rangiey store
J B Edson store
J H McIIenry hotel
T C McIIenry drugs and hardware
John neacock tobacco
Ira McIIenry furniture
Alfred McIIenry store
ii r jsverett store
Holland McIIenry store
Elijah Albertson hotel
Keller Bros stoves and tinware
J J McIIenry store
Lemuel Drake hotel
McIIenry i Co distillery
c M smith store
W O llook hotel
It Bertrer restaurant
John it uould druggist
M Levy clothing
T J styles Co druggist
I J Mandervllle Co hardware
o W Brubaker hardware
LMlihelser Co clothing
11 11 swayze Btore
J 1' FreasCo store
B F Drlesback organs and machines
11 M Hockman confectionery
wnlth Bros store
F L Iilstleburst furniture
H K Hellr pool table
R (l Crispin Btore
II R Bowers store
A P Young stoves and tinware
Isilah Bowers Btore
Jackson Wooden M't'g Co store
ii r oiKJuriiuenc uuici
Grove Klsner druggist
Freas Bros lumber
August Thtele bottler
Ash Bros distiller-
U W MUler hotel
Geo Aurand hotel
v Lowennenr Est ciotmnir
Jacob L Glrton hotel
J It Schuyler Co hardware
unaries t uunyan hardware
G N Wilson grocery
J D Wilson leather
stickle oo confectionery
U Itlchart grocery
Bloornsburg Car Co store
0 B llobb'ns liquor btore
W B Taylor bottler
W II (minora restaurant
Mrs Win Webb tobacco store
Iiuls Bcrnhard Jeweler
(1 A McKelvy druggist
II W Sloan Btore
Great Eastern Tea Co tea store
Louis Grow clothing
John F Caldwell hotel
Peter Gross bottler
U m Rabb store
Baker and Bender furniture
J W Kyer store
w J correli Co furniture
J U sucker grocery
c A Kleira druggist
II u Uartman carpet store
1 W Uartman Sons store
I W McKelvy store
Mrs MB tat store
Alexander Bros Co tobacco
F M ullmoro restaurant
Meyer Bros wholesale druggists
John 8 rnltllps confectionery
Jaoob Ketler notions
II J Clark It Bon store
Bernard stohner restaurant
Heo A Clark book More
F 1) Hentler shoe store
(I W Henoch clothing
David K (ilrton pooiubles
0 W Brown grocery
J Saltier organs and machines
L K Whary stoves and urware
MngerMfg Co sewing machines
Farmers' Produce Exchange store
7 40 00
10 50 00
it it so
it to m
s oo co
14 7 00
14 T 00
5 90 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
11 II BO
I 75 CO
10 0 00
S 75 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
S 75 00
14 7 00
WRKo her coal
Creasy Wells lumber
Bloomsbuig flarCo coal
Harm an Ilassert coal
N W Barton grocery
Henry Klelm grocery
uartman 6 Kdjar stoves tinware
Mrs W B Allen store
B li Vannatta paer store
J II Mercer drug store
Andrew Hilleder shoe findings
J A lless shoe store
Kvans Kyer clothing
W it Tubba hotel
II v White Co grain dealers
C W Heal Bro coal
J J & W II Brower carpet store
Joseph Garrison flour and feed
Kshlcman wolt stoves Unware
DA creasy store
Bloornsburg iron Co store
O A Jacoby coal
" " store
O W Sterner hardware
u 8 Furman harness c
C x savage jewelry
O W Relfsnyder hotel
Adam Truckenmlller restaurant
Joseph A unlterman store
TR Harder furniture
J K 8harpless Sons store
T D Bernlnrer furniture
A s Truckenmlller organs k machines 14
ueo Manuarc snoe store
J It Diemer store
II F spasgler clothing store
K R nils shoe store
A L Ilolsbue confectionery
M A tiwankstore
8 B Ilhawn restaurant
" " stoves and tinware
E R Longenberger hotel
1 11 8eesholti store
0 E Clay weu grocery
M A Blbby store
o w Fisher Agt druggist
B D Itlnard store
C H Bchmlck hardware
o W Whipple drug store
c F narder lumber
c W "
Albert Tetter pool table
Mrs Hester Klstler hotel
M A Blbbr cnal
c u Mendenhall stoves and tinware
Simon Itoup coal
Dam Ortnfn coal
K M Tewksbury rerUUzcrs
Irvtn Bros store
,M W Bfennan restaurant
Joanna u uonnor liquor store
John W aoldsworthyTestturant
MrsM relfer hotel
" dooI table
Mrs Dugan grocery
T Collins liquor Btore
Arthur McLaughlin liquor store
II u Michael furniture
V c Black Grocery
Edward McFadden restaurant
John Mertney liquor store
Chas Fetterman hotel
Andrew Lemnan store
o w Davis dru store
A B Fortner stoves and tinware
is J uaney restaurant
L A Riley & Co store
L Fetterman Btore
OB Millard store
James McBrearty restaurant
k j nnnerty jr a rue store
John Davis confectionery
C II Getchy store
c o Murphy store
DF Curry hotel
Albert Ball grocery
Thomas Bowan restaurant
James A Bakey
Low Bros c Co store
G SDonsler store
Thomas Brobst Bon grocery
Z T Fowler train dealer
J L wolverton store "
John L Kline hotel
K w Lvons store
G W Blllmann hotel
wm uernert store
Frederick Pagelone store
pat Maloaey store
M Mcffenry It Bro store
J F Mcnenry store
(1 M Howell store
Nathaniel Belshllne store
Jones Walter store
Nathan Drelsbach store
A Lewis store
J M Ammerman store
u F Edgar & Co distillery
A&J WArtley store
L c Bucher store
A II Fotmer hotel
J E Welllver store
Geo J Munson store
Ellis Eves & Bro store
v p Eves Henrte furniture
Masters & Co store
w. M Eves sons store
C W Eves store
OR Parker store
II " "
FD Black "
Jacob Itantz Btore
A .1 Derr store
A P Young fertilizers
C M Terwllllger Btore
nNJK White store
B D Cole store
E O Yeager store
welltaeton Yeaeer hotel
J W Snyder store
wuson reager store
Jacob Yeaeer store
Thos seaborn store
E II Wltner store
Natnan Knorr notei
i. ii Daniels store
William H Blllle store
II M Yocum store
7 00 I
Mlles smith hotel
wm Ulngics store
Kreamer Bon store
B R Yetter hotel
W w Longenberger store
U J Campbell Btore
A W Shuman hotel
Chas 8 Retghard store
Allison Derr store
Schweppenbelser 4 Snyder stem
A W II ess hotel
N B Creasy store
A u MUiaru stoves auu uuwaro
R J Berntnger furniture
D A Heaa ooal
A w snyder store
ii j uearnart Btore
Samuel nazeldlne hotel .3
(i n Hosier store 14
JWYlnger store t
raxton s liarman store -it
J P Bands store 14
o P Rtlner store 14
J B Harman furniture 14
Snyder wnltmtre store 1
A u Btewart store i
Flecken8tlne Bro store 14
White, Conner Hloan agricultural
Implements ' 14
G N smith sto ves and Unware 1 4
II u Low lumber It
J B Delong stoves and Unware 14
O W Low fertilizers 14
A M Dewitt store i
Jos Turner hotel ft
lteeoe Falrman hotel ft
J It Fowler Co distillery
li W Lyons store
O W Cherlngton store
wm nelttrlck store
Joseph Klecaner hotel
N Richard store
M A Blosser store
.. . coai
Mrs M M Worm an store
J D Workhlser store
Silver Spring Quarry Co store
A B White store
A P Howell store
J L Crawford confectionery
A J 'i nrasn notei
Silas Young Btore
Theodore Heck store
Mooreneaa s Kline
A Laubacb t Son store 14
A M Uarvey store 14
E II Frltl store 14
J w Perry hotel s
Eliess Btore it
E cole store 14
Anneals will ba heard at the Oommlaalsnera
flee In Bloomsburt- on tbe 9th day of June A.
ions, between tne nours or 9 a. m. ana 4 p.
wucro y vu call aiiuu u yuv iuiu pivyvr.
u. a oanin
May 25, 1889, Mercantile Appraiser.
OF UNSEATED LANDS
IN COLUMBIA COUNTY, F JINN A.
Br virtue of sundry acta of the General Aaaem.
bly of the commonwealth ot Pennsylvania,
log to the sule of seated and unseated lands
couniv or uoiumoia. ric, ior taxes aue ana un
paid. I will offer to public sals la the Court liouse,
MONDAY, JUNE lltl, 1888.
at 10 o'clock, a. m. Tbe following Itscrtbed
ui uuiu, ur suca pair, laereox as way 00 necessary
to satisfy the amount of taxes cat and unpaid
against the same, and continue the same, from
us w uay as iw saiae nay nun iiKtwrr,
TERMB OP BALK.
The amount of taxes and costs must be paid
wnen tne lana is struct: on or tne snie may vm vuia
and the property put up and reseld.
Acres. Warrantee or owners
$ i4 20
mi Columbia utiuo,.
l lot nearer t. narios
3 lots Beaver Jesse......
75 Bidkway Abbotu..
il . . t" "
Slots lirrcawnyu u
8 lote Butt a linger, ,
l lot Bogart Mary. .
lota llnrer F H ....
it cox O 8 Ex Tench cox, .oo......
1st " " .uo.
007 11 11 ii
Sri " " "
3 lots crossing i-atrica.
Hot cannon M
100 Downs Martin.. .
Slots Ktans itecco.
8 " l'tanagan A.
1 lot ucarnart niuiam. uo....
Hot " " do....
0 " Hoffman EO .,..do.,
3 11 Harner Jester.. do.. .
W Hauck Jonathan... ....do....
M HoataJohn .do,...
tto Hlnderllter Sarah A..... .do.,..
310U Hunt Ellas. aa.,..
Slots Henry George. do....
1 101 Kline a. uu..,i
Slots Lerls Frank .do....
a lota Lawrence W It......... do....
800 Mann Miller. do....
o Mennine-er amuei uo....
loo McReynolds W U ..do....
Biota Mastio William. uo...,
140 Nungtsser George do. ..
S lots Patterson J c. ao. . . .
slots Price Clarence.... do.,..
S3 Rice Abraham. do....
ton " " do......
4-1 J lots Ruthrord, Samuel Co.,., do....
siou " ...uu .
21s swank Daniel do..,.
140 Hchweppenhelser I K do....
MiumanS Michael ao....
s lots Hchlch J J do..
Slots Smith J W. do....
Slots Scott Peter do. ..
10 Uisaoherueo do. ..
tftes West B Coal Co. do..
Blots WetrelOB ao ..
I lot wood Augustus. . ao ..
9 Ulsapher George .....do....
Slots Klaaeww uo......
ilote, Wood Augustus. do....
10 Losce Jessee. ...do....
M shuman F L.. do....
lire sell CO 00....
slots iTout Stephen dee'd.. .do
Wells John ...... Benton
Clem Rev W T.. Brlarcreek
Doty. Pealer Stewart do. . . .
" " ..do....
ii " ..do....
Edwards Henry J...,
Evans Francis. .
Freas Jesse B
Kemp Daniel... ...
stackhouse Jos Est. ,
Etackbouse C J at....
w of 230 Shaffer 4 Kelchner.,
Schuyler Mrs Nary..
stout Ellas ..
Edwards Martha J..
Doty, Stewart Bwa rze..do ....
" " do....
Adams Henry. do....
Bower Isaiah do....
Koons Geo B. do....
IlollopeterD F do....
Shuman Reuben Catawlsaa
Weaver Ellas... do....
Dorobach Margaret. do....
Klner Robert...., do...,
Newell Fred do....
Clewell Joseph Est do. ...
Shuman Ellas. do....
Harder Thomas K, do.
uower Moses do....
Iletfron Philip... .......do....
KncS John do....
Lehigh Mananoy R a.. .do....
M cKIaney Charles. ........ do. . . .
steel Geo W ao....
sweener Margaret do....
Walsh David ...do....
" " do....
1 4 .......1
1 " .
Adams En 08 L..
2 lots nroDst Tnomas
is Fowler John F do....
8 uooa Jacob ao....
70 Hagenbuch William. do..
10 " " sriEBt.ao....
84 Hoffman William Est .do. . . .
5 Keiter uanieL .ao....
23 Mollenry Dorcas. do....
I lot sponsier Jacob ao....
Hot Kirkendall Creasy . do....
429 Beam Joshua.. ..Conyngham
not ureaiine uernaro. ao....
2 lots ureisoacn Lewis ao....
112 Huston John.... do....
82J Kline John L do....
2 iota Kramer A w ao....
Lelbv Charles. do....
Millard OB do ...
Morns Annie u...
Walker Lewis. do.
9 lots Rlllniau Geo W do..
1 ureas Margaret ao
2 " ItelnboldWU do
Doty, Pealer Stewart .. .F'ho'k
" " " . ,Uo....
Blelsh Reuben. do....
Fowler John F do......
Farver George. do....
Harrison John..... do.,..
Hoffman Freas. do....
Ilulme William do.....
l emon Thomas ... do....
Kindt John & Co do.....
McIIenry OBC Daniel.. ..do ....
Bobbins W A do. .
1 X f ton Shaffer Kelchner...,
Pealer HJ do
Cleaver Wellington. ...Franklin
Vought James.. ..... do....
E HowelL do......
Ilohrbach William ..do.....
Blbby James ..do....
VaHlno J II . . . .do. . . .
Manhurdt George.. do....
Hayhurst Eira heirs.. .....do ....
Blbby Augustus do.,..
Albertson Miles & Bart ley
Berry John . do....
Derr I ram. .......do....
McEwen II J ,...do....
Appleman Lloyd Hemlock
William do ...
Hugh W do..
Brugler EUsha do....
Campbell N L do....
Emmett A J. .. do....
McBrrde II D. do....
Neal Pursel do.,..
Pursel Is.ao u do......
Unangst Mrs Charles do....
Wright LevL do....
Jones David. do
Black P D.. .... Jackson
Bartoh Franklin. do..,.
MUler Charlea W do....
" atNeyhart..'. do .
Parker tea do....
Hess Clinton do....
Meeker Ellas do....
Blllngton Charles- Locust
Dewalt George .
Everhart John .
Kuip St Mcwilllum
Longenberger 1'hliup. ao,
Myers Mary do..
Huston Mary .do...,
" Charlotte do
Heynolds John .... ..do....
Huston Thomas ..do.,.,
lteece Daniel. do
Btlne Adam .....do,,.,
Shatler Henry do,,,,
ltboads Franklin do.
Beagle George.... Madison
Uendershott E. do,,.,
" - do....
Shoemaker Jacob.... ...do ..
Demott Cyrus do,,,,
Jehuson Chester.... ... do.
Cotner J K... ...do.
Eveso w do....
cox Joel do ...
Heydenrtck Tobias ...d3....
Masters U W do.
MUler W B do....
Graham Edward do....
BrockwayC Bnt Main
Illnderlltter Henry do..,.
Shuman John do
V ot 100 Bchmeck, Brobst, Yetter
Snyder Abraham do ... .
Skuman W T.... do...
Swartx,Sbepp t Co do
M Isaac. ..,.M.M..tdOt.t
Torbert William .do.,
Shuman Beuben do.
Moser Michael do..
Blttenbender Jacob. Mlmln
Uendershott Catharine do... .
Kramer A W do.
Luu Catherine do
Michael Joseph Peter F.do
Masteller Joseph .., ...do.,,,
NungeaaerW J. do.,,.
Parks James CAY do...,.
Butllff Joel do..,,
bchweppenhelser I K....,do.,
11 BP do...,
Williams Samuel do.,.,
Yobe Jacob Est do,,,,
Piatt Urlas.. do..,.
Eckroth Hiram do, .
Wenninger William do....
oigsr Samuel .Montour
Fry Darnel do
Neal William do..
Gordon JohnN , do..,,
C rouse uiram at Andrew Jr
Jacoby t Bupert do
" Samuel... ...do .
Crevellng Samuel Orange
Hagenbuch Jeremiah EsL,don , ,
Coleman George Est..
Kline Abraham J. ,,
Frlck Geo A. ISst ...
Lyons 11 W
" " .. ao.
" " ...do.,..
Barnes Thomas Jr do.,,.
Cox u u x ol Tench Cox., do ..
" " " " ..do ,
" " " " !.do.,
" " " " Zaa,".
DUaplatn Izeklel an.,,,
UesKoa John,,, , do,..,
Pernor John do
Mori Is A Hughes do..
Mlndy Lewis do,,.,
Navlnger Jonathan do,..,
lllce Abraham.... do......
Shuman David..... do....
Hhoup Abraham..... do..
McMBUan M M do ....
Wltchcy John do ...
Trlcn Jacob do...
BUCkaiew Kxan . . 1 , . . Bugarioai
Cole Thomas B.
t H t ,,,,,,,,,
lless, crevellng Co,
X Of 119
X Of 119
Mollenry Kohr ...
Savage Joshua Est do,.i
Davenport F ao....
Caso tin. ttcolt
GEORGE A. IIBRIIINO,
OF SEATED LANDS
IN COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENNA.
Also at the name time and place tho following
Jots, pieces and parcels of heated lands, returned
by the tax collectors, are to bo sold under the pro
visions ot an Act of Assembly, entitled, "An Act
relating to the sale of lands for tax in Columbia
County," approved March Bth, 1868,
Acres. owners. Two's. .Taxes.
119 Kase woivcnon .ueaver.. 31 iu 1
not Hcnnuer nenry ao..,, 11
23 Philips Catharine do.... 175
23 Mann AW.... do.... 983
1 llnortds Peter ao.... 318
4 iianitea uaniei uo.... m 1
Hot PurselMrsEB Bloom.. 4200
1 oulnnGeorge. do.... 110 I
1 " Beham John.... ..do.... 4 05 I
10 Price Jonas Catawlssa.. 25 I
Hot Keller Barah centre.. 78
ass cummines it M Co con'rtn 1191 47
400 cuny Ellen 10.... 47S70I
400 Murphy, nuglicsCo.. do.... C33ool
lot MclialeJohnll do.... 441
T" collier Michael... do.... 6 85
1" Caacr Lawrence do.... 4 89
" Dougherty Mary. do.... 2 92
T vought Irwin B.... Franklin.. 97
si Moore A L Greenwood.. 18 45 1
54 Albertson David O Est.. do ..... ITS I
100 Wand John A ...Hemlock.. 1012
100 itnone Micnaci jaexson.. 011
si Chamberlain lowu ao.... .
75 " " ....do.... 4 27
S3 Young Lewis O. do.... 4 eft
63 " " ao.... ui
so Glassmyer Francis F ...Locust 4 50
SI liinnnnnMWRflt do.... 8 52
ISO EvesuW.... .....Madl.non... 37ft
60 " do.... 224
170 Hill Jesse do.... 8S5
6 Ilouaer Kroom no.... is?
lo Eckroat Charles Est.. Mimin.. 81
83 Hower Charles E...Mt Vl'st.. 9 26
112 Ilea John line.. 8 03
ftp K 1nA itottenvm 00 17 HI
50 LyonsNowton do.... 335
ST Piatt John do.... 2 so
m Parker John II do.... 9 60
112 Frlck G A Est do.... 8 40
2 lless Lavlna... .sugarioar.. sfn
21 Albertson Jesso. do.... 8 HI
31 KUneAbnerW.fi do.... 4 49
38S crevellng JH ..,do...
40 Shultz Ellas... do...
34 KcdllneBF do...
G. A. IlKHHiNU, Treas.
Treasurer's Ofllce, Bloornsburg, March 23, 1888.
By the following well known makers:
Hallet & Davis.
Can also furnish any of tbe
cheaper makes at manufacturers
f I Prices. UO not DUv a Piano ue
fore getting our prices.
Catalogue and Price lasts
WITH LOW CUT VESTS.
Fine Dark Blue and Black
H S5 Worsteds, Corkscrew, Broad-
- rr I i y- 1 1 Til tit a
waiB jjiagonui unu xjiock yorat
ed in Sacks and Cutaways, and
in all finalities.
NICE LIGHT SPRING
a peeial leader
Very Pretty Children's
m Plain or pleated and belted
uuia uuu Jiiiu ujiuio,
with Blue and Grey, also
Skirt for smaller
AUCII I O A NEW BOOK,
veloui story ol his operations la this country and In
r-' r. . wu.,w, uimwrj ui me gianuc lorzery.
UUarrM.trlalnd 14 years' MwrTetce in Enlih
prieoosarddiuigeona. Mure le create a eefee.
ilea. Kaerraeue sale ueuree1. Cull tntftd
aVOlrest t, b, 8caijiio Oo., llsrtloKiUlSr
Pnndldaten named under thU headtnir ant aiih.
Ject to the riles ot the Democratic party,
of Scott township.
GEO. V. DKIUt
JOHN B. OASKY
B. FHANK ZABIl,
K. M. TEWKSBURY
of Bovver township.
O. Z. SOHLIOHEU,
of Beaver township.
GEN. C. M. BLAKER.
Real Instate !
The undersigned, administrator de bonis non.
with the will annexed, of the estate of Robert
Finney, lato ot Liberty township, Montour county,
deceased, under direction in tho will and by
authority of the Orphans' Court ot Columbia
county, will expose to sale, by publlo vendue, at
the Court House, in Danvlllo, on
SATURDAY, Juno 1C, 1888,
at ono o'clock In the afternoon, the following do
scriDea reai cstaio, to-wlt t All that certain farm
and tract of land, situate lying and being In Lib
erty township, Montour county, Pa and bounded
by lands of John Robinson, lands of William Kerr.
1 lands of Gideon M. Snoop, lands ot Samuel digger,
and flfty.soven perches strict measure, ascertained
by a rtcent survey;; and of which about sixty
The farm Ues upon the public road leading from
Danville to Milton at the forks ot the road leading
to Lcwisburg, and Is situated at a point about
I equally distant from each one of thbso three Im
portant towns, tho distance being about eight
miles from each. The Improvements consist ot a
I Large Bank Barn,
naguu bugu uuu uutuuuuinxs, ana a large
and a stone spring house, to. Thero are several
SPrinirs Ot excellent water and two nr t hmn bmnlra
runnln'ontt8,arm. The crop m the ground, at
uandZovT iESS Xeo' cutl
- l "'"' ""-leu per cenu or one-rounn
iw yuivutuso uiuuey 10 00 paia at me siniinir
dovt not the property; the one-fourth less tho ten
per cent, at the confirmation absolute, and the re
maining three-fourths In one year after confirma
tion nisi, with Interest from that date. Possession
will be given, subject to the present' tenancy, up
on payment of the above ten per cent, ot one
fourth of tbe purchase money, and subject to tho
Terms ot Sale.
The purchase money unpaid at the confirmation
to be secured by bond and mortgage on the
JOHN G. FREEZE,
May is. Adm'r. d. b. n. c t, a.
INSURANCE AGENCY OF
J. H. MAIZE,
'Office 2ml floor Columbian Building,
Northwestern Masonic Aid Association, mem.
bers 41,943. Paid to benenclarles W,061,6S8.IT. In
sures non Masons.
Travelers Life and Accident ot Hartford.
CONTINENTAL of New York,
NIAGAKA Of New York, S2,260,479.Sft
Liverpool, London and Globe Fire insurance Co.,
ot London, the largest In tbe world, and the Im
perial of London.
A liberal share of the business Is resnoctfullv-
eollclted and satisfaction guaranteed.
J. II. MAIZE. AircnL.
Juno 1, 1888, tf.
NEW INVENTION IN LACING
S. A. CORSET
with self-adjusting back: can
be changed Irom tight to
loose-nttlng In five seconds,
without removing Irom the
SKW I.At'E.S Or HTKEIJ4
Laces will not allow
I TlIltOUGIl the U1IKSS. Ther
healthiest, best-nttlng ana
I most comtortabie Comet,
HIK HKI.I'-AIU UMTINtl COHSF.T CO.,
120 FltANKLIN ST., NEW YOHK CITY.
Factory, ltochoster, N. Y.
4.60 to CC0
.10 . 13
100 1 60
5 to 7
Wheat per bushel..
Hyo " " ..
Oats " " ..
Flour " bbl
Lard per lb
Ylneear per gal
I Onions per bushel..
Wool per lb
Coal on Whihv.
No 6 43.00: Nos 8. 3, & Lump 8.25
No. 6 $11.00 Illiumlous t)3.25
fsEW Yolk firKEJ3.
Reported bv O. S. Palmer, Wholesale Commission
stercnam, 10s lieaae si., a. I .
Now York. May 29, 1888.
The enormous receipts ol new vecretablcs
from tbo south continue, and tho market
hero Is In a very denrcsacl coolitloa at the
present lime. Uood grade of cabbage sold
to-day irom $1 to 1 23 ner bbl. Oucnm.
bers 1 23 to 1&0 per crt. llcans $1 to 1 25.
Tomatoes $1 to 1 00. New potatoes are la
Urge supply and prices have further de
clined, and choice stock to-day Is worth,
from $1 to 4 SO a bbl., seconds 2 60 to 93.
Bermuda onions aro higher and selling at.
1 75 a crt. Tbo heavy Importation ot
potatoes continues, 12,000 sacks arriving In
tun pun iruui ocuusnu. iiio prices on
domesllc, old, ranging from $2 to 2 60 per
bbl., foreign I 60 to 2 25 per sack. There
is a break in me butter market to.ilov aa
was anticipated. 'Choice creamery selling
at 20c; select dairy tubs and palls 18 to 20c
tvggs are souiewuai urmeranu choice stock
from near-by. fresh, selllnir from 10 to 17n.
Spring chicken, live, 25 to 83o per lb.,
fowls 10 to 11c, Spring chickens; dressed,
83 to 48c. Dressed calves In lighter receipt
and market firmer: selllnir choice stnnir
from 0 to 10c. Fancy apples, bald wins, 8)3
to 8 60 per bbl., russets 2 60 to 8 60. Straw,
benlcs ranglug tn price from 10 to 20o per
qrt , according to quality of fruit, licans,
marrow, 280 to 285, Medium 2 45 to 2" 60.
White kldi'cv 2 15 to 2 20: red 1 1)0 to 2.
The movement In evaporated apples con-
uuui's siow ana isncv biock worm o 10 ojc.
aiiuerriuss su 10 sir, evaporaiea. uutr
rles 1? to 21c. Prime hav in annl il emanil
I receipts being very light and prime stock
worth 85o to Dl perowt. llye iraw 80a
to i. niapm lugar w per lb.