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COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBTJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
0. E. Elwdll, I wju.,,
J. K. Bltttntenitr., S
FRIDAY, JUNK 15, 1888.
From our Uegul&r Correspondent.)
Washington, Judo Uth. 1888.
Enthusiastic is a very mild work for
describing Iho condition of tho demo
emtio members of Congress who havo
just rcturnod from tiio St. Louia Con-
! .1 ,1.. 1 , ..
veuuuu, unu witru in iiiuuiu ri-ueuu
why overy democrat in tho United
States should bo as enthusiastic as
thoy. Cleveland and Tlmrman, and
a platform broad enough and strong
enough to hold every democrat in tho
country, are sufficient causes for uni
NoTer beforo in tho history of tho
democratic party has it entered a Pre
sidental campaign with such good pros
pect of victory) never beforo was tho
party so thoroughly united. That
luuoh credit for this very tiattcring stale
of affairs in the party is duo to Mr.
Cleveland oannot bo denied. Ho has
(riven tho country a cood, honest pains-
tnkincr administration) ono that has
been conservative and steady; no fire
works; no bunkum; iust plain, every.
day, good old-fashioned, domocralio
ideas of businoss, applied in a business
way, and tho result is an administra
tion that has pleased the peoplo so
well that they have concluded to havo
four years more of it. The American
voter knows a good thing when he
Every true democrat will take pleas
ure in honoring that old wheelhorse of
demooraoy, Allen G. Tburman, of Ohio.
The red bandanna is the symbol that
will lead us to victory.
Tho Republicans are in a pitiablo
condition. Their National Convert
tion at (Jbicaco promises to be in
marked oontrast to tho St. Louis Con
ventiou, which was thoroughly harmo
nious. Thero is every indication that
they will have a bitter and prolonged
fight over tho nomination which may
result in a deadlook belweeh the lead
ing candidates, and tho nomination of
limine in spite of his positive decltna.
tion, or the nomination of somo entirely
new and unknown man. In either
caso the fight is likely to be of such a
nature as to virtually disrupt Hie party.
Congress continued in ecsaion all
last week, but owing to tho absence of
many members at at. Louis very littlo
business of importance was considered.
Owing to a tnok on the part of the
Republicans ot the House, by wbiob
they tried to get tho arrears of pen'
sions bill before tho House, tho tariff
bill was again taken up under the five-
xmcute rule, though it had been agroed
previously to pass it by uutil today.
Unless something is done to expedite
tbts measure, it is difficult to see how
it can possibly bo finished during the
present session of Congress
Tho President has approved the aot
of Congress providing that pensions
heretofore and hereafter granted to
widows ot soldiers ot tho war ot tbe re'
hellion shall commence at the date of
the death of their husband. Tbis law
affects favorably all olaims of widows
of the late war, which have been hied
in the Pension Offico since July 1st.
1880, and which have been allowed to
commence from the date of tbe filing
of the claims, but it will not affect the
claims of widows filed before July 1st.
.Notioe is given by tho Pension Of
fico that in the settlement under this
law of claims already allowed, no for
mal application will be required, and tho
services ot attorneys will not be neoeS'
sary. Widows entitled to back pen
sions under this law, need onlv write
a letter giving name, postoffice adress.
and certificate nnmber, and the claim
will be allowed with as little delay as
Mrs. Cleveland is delighted at the
renomination of ber husband, and says
Bbo teeis sure he will bo elected again
Judge Thurman is expected in Wash
iugton this week. He conies to invite
tbe President and Mrp. Cleveland to
attend tho Ohio Centennial to be held
at Columbus next September. He will
bo given a graad reception by tho de
mocrats of this city and Congress,
The Capital will be painted red with
bandanna hankerchiefs. "Tbe Old
Roman" and the President" came t
know and love each other well' about
a year ago when Mr. Thurman made a
visa to Mr. Cleveland, and was enter
taincd at "Oak View,'' ,the President's
The torchlight procession and tatifi
cation meeting will tako place in thii
city on tbe evening ot tho 2Gth. lost.
tho day on which tho democratic na
tional committee meets hero for organ
Attorney General Garland, who has
been quite ill, is convalescing, but
General Sheridan's condition continues
precarious. His death may bo expeot
ed at any moment.
Representative Oates, of Alabama
has introduced a bill in tho House
which imposes a tax of 25 on every
emigrant arriving in tbis country.
All the ex-soldiers in the employ of
the Government, both Union and Con
federate, will be given leave of absence
to attend tho reunion at Uettysburg on
tho anniversary of tbe battle of that
Pensions of Soldiers Widows.
Congress has just enacted that pen
sions heretofore or hereafter granted to
widows ot soldiers of tbe War of lb
Rebellion shall begin at tho dale of tli
death of their husbands. This legists.
tion favorably affects all claims of wld
ows nied in the .Tension Ulhco on or
after July 1, 1880, and which hav
been allowed to big in from tbe date
of tiling the claims, but will not favor
ably aftVct the casQii of such widows a
wore hied before July 1, 1870. and
which havo beeu allowed, penaioi
having already been granted in those
oiscb nom the date of thtir husbands
death. The Commissioner of Pulsions
gives notice that in the ieljlement of
olaims, undor tbis law, already allow
cd, no formal application will be rc
quired and that tbo cervices of attor
neys will not bo necessary. Widows
entitled under this law need only write
a letter giving name, post-oflice addrtss
1 .Trt - . 1i
aim ceriuioatu uuiuuur, ntui me claims
will be allowed with as little delay as
"Moio than ever," Bays the Indc-
pendent Chicago Areio. "is (Jrcaham
tho ono UDtri.il hope of the Republi
can party. Somo combination teiy
io) ufar in Ohio is demanded to off ait
Thiirmaii in his homo State. But
win re is tho Hi publican combination
except ion ally stiong in Ohio that Is
not wink tlewiieie?'' As llamkt
raid: "Aye, tline'o the rub."
Frederick Btlll Worso. 1
A NF.W COMPLICATION GAUsF.B T11K 1'llV
S1UIAN3 TO AIUNDON IIOl'K.
Ikui.tN, Juno 12. To-nlRht it is ad
mitted that tho condition of Emperor
Frederick is noarly or qulto hopeless.
I Tho Crown Prlnco was summoned to
tho palaoo at midnight in accordance
with tho advice of tho physioians, who
nnnonnoed that tho llfo of tho Kmpo
ror might termlnato at any moment.
A constant stream of oinhor telegrams
is passing between Sir Morell Makcn
zlo and the Princo of Wales. Tho Em
peror awoko weaker this morning.
His difficulty In swallowing has in
creased during tho night and it was
considered by tho dootors that his di
sease lias reached tho oteophagus.
Up to 4 o'olook ho took food directly,
at which hour tho Empress visited
him. At 0.80 ho went on tho terrace
and remained thero an hour. Later
there was a chance for tho worso.
Ho booaino very feverish and could
only bo fed by artifical moans.
At u.au to-night it was satd mat ne
was slightly better, but the greatest
anxioty provalK Through Bomo
changes, of tho exact naturo of which
tho dootors aro uncertain, tbo cam-
laco of tho epiglottis has becomo per-
mcablo. allowing particles of food and
liquids to enter tho air tubes, tho result
being attacks of congluug and coo
king. Whether any of tho reoent ab
scesses broko through the partition
between tho larvnx and oesophagus, or
whether the epiglottis has been'attaoked
by malignant diseases, tho dootors aro
nnablo to determine. Too emperor
was weakening rapidly.
Walt Whitman, the poet, is very ill
and his life is despaired of by his
Governor Hill, of New York state,
has signed a bill localizing tbo execu
tion of condemned murderers by cleo
Senator Cameron has offered a reso
lution in tbo House appropriating $30,
000 for a monument to mark the birth
place of George Washington.
Tbe faculty of Yale College has just
passed a law wbiob forbids absolutely
tbe use ot intoxicating liquors in any
shapo whatsoever in any ot tho socio
ties or organization of students of the
university. A member of the faoulty
said that the law had not been passed
on account ot any especial recent ex
cesses among tbe students, but as
matter of general university polioy.
Sergeant Harry Reese, of tho Forty'
eighth Infantry, now High Constable
of Shamokin, is the man who lighted tbo
tuse which blew up tbo famous mino
in front of Petersburg during the war,
Ueneral Horace irorter, in his "JPhilos
ophy of Courage" article in the last
number of tbe Century Magazine.
makes mention of the event, and re
girds it as one of the most courageous
undertakings of tbe war.
Farmers are warned to beware of a
lightning rod company, representing
themselves as tho "North American
Lightning Rod Company." They send
an agent to obtain an agreement to put
np a rod for ten dollars, but when the
rod is up it costs ninety dollars instead
of ten. After the first man, a second
party comes around to put it up, and
thou a third partv comes to collect.
The whole business is a fraud.
A despatch from San Francisco da
ted June C, says: The British bark
Balaklavo arrived yesterday from Lon
don, after a remarkable long voyage of
one yoar and seventy-four days. Her
misfortunes were many. There is not
a sailor aboard who shipped on ber
from England. Ten sailors were
washed overboard and drowned in a
storm off Cape Horn, and while at
vaiparaisa lor repairs the remainder
of the crew deserted- The bark was
again caught in a storm after leaving
that port, and lost two more men.
A remarkablo lady has just died in
Lancaster County, S. C. She waiMrs.
Catharine Crowell and was 99 year
old. Mrs. Crowell was the mother of
sixteen children. Her descendents
cumbered 422, not including tbe de
scendents ot two of ber ohildren who
livisd out West and havo not been
heard from for years. She had 156
grandchildren, 212 great-grandchildten,
aim uiiny-twu mira grana-cnuarrn,
and six fourth gracd children. She
martiqd when she was 16, and .many
ot her descendents have done likewise.
James Owen O'Couqor, has a rival
in rnuaaeipma wno last week won a
bistono triumph whioh cast in the
shade the great achievements of Count
Johannes and of all who. have followed
in bis footsteps. Last Friday night,
at industrial flail, Philadelphia. Dr.
Landis, who had been playing a piece
caiieu: "uiok onaw, was confronted
by an audience of 1,000 peoplo armed
with potatoi s, eggs, oranges, lemonii,
boans and alluncnaritableness. Landis
bad had a net placed in front of tho
stage, but it was as slight a protection
from the missiles of the crowd as in a
mosquito screen from tbe onset of a
swarm of iSew Jersey stiugers.
Judge Thurman tells a reporter that
ne aoes not Know how the now fam
ous bandanna heoaiuo associated with
his name. "When I first went to Con
gress'' be adds, "along in 1839-40, the
naou oi taking snutt was general.
Two large boxes, each containing a
pound or more of snuff, wero stationed
in the House of representatives for
publio use. I did not acqntro the ha
bit for some lime, but as ono can not
got along very well without some evil
habit, 1 tell into it after a time. Of
course that necessitated the use of ban
daunas. Nearly iviry one carried
them then, but I supposo 1 was singled
out by somo newspsper man, and that's
probably how the tiling taned.
You see there is nothing romantic
A Horribly Inheritance.
Tha transmission of the tearful Setts
of contagious blood poison Is tba most
horrible Inberltano which any ' man
can leave to hi Innocent posterity! but
It oen be certainly mitigated and In the
majority ot catot, prevented by the
use ot the antidote which Nature tur
nlahes, and which is found In the reme
dy known all over tbe world ai Unlit'
Bpeelrio-commonly called "B. B. H."
Mr.J.ILUrown, of Uornellivllle, N.T.,
writes i 'Three year I aufforod with
thl horrible dlteate. Uwirt'a Bpeclflo
cured me completely."
I'rot. Kdwln liaar, 234 E.22ad t,N.Y..
wrltoti 'Swift' BiKicltlo cured ma
of a fearful oaio of tllood Folton."
Dr. a. V. Wlngfltld, of the fJoldlert
Homo, Illchmond, Va., write i "tlnift'e
Bpeolno cured me ot a severe caaeot
Blood Polaon." v
D. W. K. Brig-ge, Brooklyn, N. Y
write i "I wa a porfeot wreck from
Blood I'oUon. bwllViUpecitlo restored
health and hope, and I am well Unlay."
O. W. Langnlll, Barannah, Oa.i I
suffered long with Blood PoUon. I tried
Bwlf t'a Bpeclrlo and am perfectly well.
A. W. Buell, of Power" Hotel, Booh,
titer, K.Y., write t "It Is the bet blood
romedy on earth. I cured inyself with
It. I recommended It to a friend and 11
made him well."
Mr. K. L. Btanton, of the Bmllhvllle,
2.a,). New, write that a friend wo
afllloted with a caae ot Blood PoUon.
and two bottle of a B. B. effeoted
Treat oo. Blood asd Bkla OlMuea
stalled free. Tiu Swirr Brioirio Co.,
Drawer 8, Atlanta. tte
Juikik McCollum. of Susquehanna
county, nominated for Supremo Judge
by tho Democrats, will bo n strong can
didate beforo tho peoplo. IIo is a na-
livo of Susquehanna county, ami ms
ancestors wero pioneers in its BOltlo
ment. After an acadomlcal and collo-
giatc course ho studied law and was
admitted to the bar. In 1878 a judi
cial election took plnoo in tho county,
and MrvWcUollum was tho uemoora
tic candidalo in opposition to Judge
William Jcssun, Republican, who had
been appointed by Governor Hartranlt
tho yoar boforo to fill thevacanoy oaus
od by tho death of tho presiding
judge. Notwithstanding Susquehan
na countv gave uovernor iiovi i.ouu
maloritv. Sir. McCollura was elected
Judge by 1,000, a rcinarkablo trlbuto to
ils personal worth, integrity and abil
ity, lie is just completing nis ton
years' term on tho bench, and in that
position has oxtended hii reputation,
and added to his personal standing at
homo. If emus of xberty.
A despatch of June 4, from New Or
leans savs: At Beauvoir. yesterday.
Jefftrson Davis celebratod his eightieth
birthday. Tbe mails brought many
letters of congratulations from old
friends and many substantial remem
branccs wero also received.
Ambling Backward Like the Orab.
From the Boston Herald, Ind.
Tho Renublloan ground on this tar
iff question has thus far been a distinct
ly Bourbon ground. -1 here is not a
svmptom of liberality in it. It is again
st tho faith of the founders of the
partv: it is against tho polioy of its lea-
dors in tho days that followed tho war.
It is so entirely reactionary tnat no
progressive man can have part in it.
If it is persisted in, it will alienate
thousands of Independents now on
other grounds well altectcd toward the
The importance of purifying the blood can-,
not be overestimated, for without puro blood
you cannot enjoy good health.
At this tauon nearly every one needs a
good medicine to purity, TlUllie, and enrich
the blood, and we ailc you to try Hood'
DarMiltar BamparUU. Ititrengthcni
rcUUIlai and build up the tyitem,
ereates an appetite, and toniath dlgeitlon,
while It eradicates dUeate. The peculiar
combination, proportion, and preparation
of tbe vegetable remedial ud give to
Hood's SanaparlUa pecul- T Itcolf
lar curative power. Ho 1 u HOG 1 1
othermedlcinehaaiuch a record of wonderful
cures. If you hare made up your mind to
buy Hood' Samparilla do not be Induced to
take any other Instead. It Is a Peculiar
Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence.
Hood' Sarsaparllla Is sold by all druggists.
Prepared by CI. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
OF VALUABI 5
By virtue ot a writ of Venditioni Zxponas Issued
outot the court of Common Pleas of Columbia
county, Pa,, and to tre directed there will be ex.
poaed to pubUc sale at the Court House In Blooma-
burg, Pa., on
Saturday, June 30th, 1
at 2 o'clock p. m., the following described real es
tate, to-wlt: The undivided one-halt Interest In
all that certain messuage or lot ot ground situate
In the township of Catawtxsa, county ot Columbia
and stite ot Pennsylvania, bounded and described
as follows, to wit : Beginning at a post set (or a
corner for said lot at the Intersection ot tbe two
publto roads leading from the town ot Catawlasa
respectively to McNInch's and McKelvy's mills,
south eighteen and one halt degrees east one hun
dred and forty-one feet and six inches to
post, thence by lands of Joseph B. Knlttle north
fifty and one-quarter degree east one hundred and
DTe feet to a post on tne south side ot the afore
said road leading from Catawlssa to McNInch's
mm, thence by the same north sixty-four degrees
west one hundred and forty-tour feet to the place
At beginning, on which Is erected a three story
brick building used tor a store-room, publio hall,
and Masonic HalL
seized, taken In execuUon and to be sold as the
property of Geo. 8. Gilbert.
Miller, Att'y. SAMUEL SMITH,
Bloomsburg, June s, 1889. sheriff.
STATEMENT OP THE SCHOOL DIB.
Otkict pou tub town op ULOOMSDURQ
run tub ihak t?(uiru junKi, lets.
KlCUAltP BTILES, COLLECTOR. DR.
To balance due on dupllc'te otv 837 13
To amt. ot duplicate of IBS) s'jta 73
By exonerations nllorrrl on dup
licate Ot 1886 S 49 13
By cash paid Treas. bal dupllcato
ot 1880 ".. 813 01
By cash paid Treas. on duplicate
ot 168! nil 1.77 less dlscoi" ta
and commission. 4381 M
By cash paid Treas. on duplicate
ot 1S8? tiinaos, less commission re 64
By cash pd Treas. on dap. of 1887 t:soo
. M 1 .. (JQ
By s per cent discount allowed
taxpayers on 14711.77 233 59
By per cent commission on
By s per cent commission on
11028 0 6140
Balance due district 767 89
J 5370 85.
WM. KRAMER, TREASURER.
To amt. reed, from Stephen Knorr
formerTreasurer...... $ C5SJ
To amt reed from County Trens-
urer, tax on unseated lands..., not
To amt. Slate appropriation VMM
To amt. rued, from Richard utiles
collector on duplicate ot 18U 63)01
To amu reco, from Richard btlleg
collector on duptloiteof iss7 .. 633161
By amt paid ftr printing 69 io
" " " " water. S4 00
" " " auditors.,, sio
' " " teachers.,, 4783 70
" " " Janitors. 420 00
" " " " muslo cnarts..,, 41 45
.. ii ii co,i tsgva
" " " " Insurance liuoo
ii ii ii ii repairs. joioi
it ii ii cl'nlng buildings 65 45
ii . atty.fVes 20000
ii ii ii see. salary 5(mo 67 49
ii ii ii ii bonds and Int ... 104187
ii ii ii ii sundries...,,',,..... 109 41
By Treas. Com. on titxn.sa uiu
Balance In Treasurer's hands
We the undersigned Auditor ftf thn rtinnm rita.
trlct met June 7, audited tbe above ac-ounts of
uum scnooi ouinct ana nna tnem correct
V. I). BEM'LBIt.
t.Maui ar Maria utss lau ar uetuon untnsMp
LA'ttem Leatamentarr on tha aald estate havlntr '
uccu Krauitxi uj me unaora nucu. an LMrreuuu iu.
aebtea to said estate are hereby nottned
the same, and those having claims against said es-
tate will present the same (or settlement to
J01IN It. KKKLKIt, Kxeoutor,
i'Mtate of GeurfU Xelgler deceased.
Letters of administration on tbe said estato bar.
lng been granted to the undersigned administrator
allpersons Indebted to said istate aro hereby no
tified to pay the same, and those having cli
airalnat aald estate nreeent the same to
tilled to pay the same, and those having claims
estate pnwuib me aaiuu u
ivaArfA a. fiwuiii, Auiur.
Chrism an, Atty,
May li iw
THIS IS THE GENUINE!
Our tttefura trade-marie around everr botUe.
Out this out and send It to your drug? 1st. Ilefuse
any adidteratetl tubttitute you would counfer
ftil money. Tor 40 years, Its healing fame has
rpread over r.urope and America. Doctors pre
m:ribo It. All reiiioctable drusrglstA keep It, and
recommend It. 1 housands of tamllic use l, and
would not bo without It. Inatckne&s,
Cnry Drop It Worth It Wtight In Cold I
Invaluable for Burnt. Sunburns.
J)larrhwa, Cliaflngs, Stings, 1'ilcs,
orc iic. teet. MiMmviauon
ami Hemorrhages of all hinds.
ciAUTiors. wee tuat tue worn" riuui'i,
HXTKACT " are blown In each bottle. In-
closed In a buff-colored wrapper, bearlns;
our InndHcnpe trudr-mark none other 1
cuuuluo. Sold tvtryvhm. Prktt, soc, $1, 11.75.
rOHD'S EXTRACT CO.. 78 5th Ar., Htwtork.
By virtue of sundry writs Issued out ot the
Court ot f ommon Pleas of Columbia county, fa.
and to me directed wilt bo fxposedtopubllcstlo
at the court bouse In tho town of Bloomsburg, Fa.,
SATUItDAY, JUNE 10, 18H8,
at 2 p. m all that certain messuage piece or par
cel of land sltuate.ln Franklin towhshlp, Colum
bia connty, fa.
Na 1. Bounded and described as follows, to-wlt:
Commencing at a point In a public road leading
from Catawlssa to,Koarlngcrcek In Franklin town,
ship, near the nouso of John .Ulassmeler, thence
northjtwcnty-elght and a half degrees, east thirty.
two and six-tenths rods to a yellow pine down,
thence north one degree, east olo hundred and
sixty-four and three-tenths rods to a post, thence
south eighty-three degrees, west one hundred and
seventy-ntne rods to a hickory ; thence south eight
degrees, west one hundred and twenty and three-
tenths rods to a post In the publio road, thence
south eighty-six degrees, east.ono.hundred and
thlrty-tlvo and nlno-tentbs rods to a point In tho
road to Roarlngcrcck road, thence south twenty
degrees, east eighteen and nine-tenths rods,
thence seventy-seven and a bait degrees east six.
teen rods; thence south tblity-slx degrees, east
twenty-six and slx-tcnths rods to the place ot be
ginning: containing one hundred and sixty-one
acres and nineteen perches, on which are erected
a frame dwelling house, bank barn and out-bulld-lngs.
ALSO a right ofway from said houso along the
right Dank of Koarlngcreek through division Na B.
to a public road, sold to Jacob' Schuyler by John
W. noffman, nigh Fhertff of Columbia county.
deed dated March .1, 1879 and .conveyed by sold
BChuyler to J. B. Roblson.
Seized taken In execution at tho suit of Thomas
Trench va James Boyd Iioblson, and to bo sold as
tho property of James Boyd Robiaon.
Zabb, Atty. Al. It Fa.
A lot of ground situate In the town of Blooms
burg, county ot Columbia, bounded and described
as follows, to-wtt : Beginning at a corner of lot
ot Peter E. Knapp on Iron street, between Second
and Third streets, thence eastwardly alonesaid
lot one hundred and six feet to an alley, thence
southwardly along said alley thirty teet to an.
other lot ot Charles Krug, thence along said lot
westwardly ono hundred and six feet to a comer
on Iron street, and thence northwardly along said
street thirty feet to corner ot lot of Peter E.
Knapp aforesaid, he place of beginning, whereon
are erected a two story frame dwelling house and
Anotner.lot ot ground situate In the town ot
Bloomsburg aforesaid, bounded and described as
follows: Beginning at a corner of tho above de
scribed lot on Iron street, thence along said lot
eastwardly one hundred and six lect to an alley
thence southwardly along said alley 63 feet 4 In
to lot ot the Itetormed congregation, thence west
wardly along said lot one hundred and six feet
to a corner on Iron street, thence northwardly along
said street 62 teet 4 Inches to a corner, the placo ot
Beginning, whereon are erected a twotory frame
dwelling house, barn and out-bulldlngs.
Seized taken In execution, and to be sold as tho
property ot Charles Krug.
AL Ft Fa, SAMUEL SMITH,
May 5'88 1 Sheriff.
JJst of Dealers in Columbia Countv.
I bereby certify tbe following list or rMnii-ni
taken, returned and classlned by me in accordance
with the several acts ot Assembly In and tor tbe
year 1884 is correct to the best
or my knowledge.
Xarne and Bxalneti Class
a P Drclsbach store 14
VI 8 Corbett & Co store 14
Levi Michael store 11
MrsJP smith hotel 5
T J shuman store 14
o A Bh ian store 14
W U Roeder grocery 14
1 L tilngley store 14
J UMcllenry hotel s
T O Mcllenry drugs and hardware 14
John lleacock tobacco 14
Ira Mcllenry furniture 1 1
Alfred Mcllenry store 13
II V Everett store 14
Holland Mcller-y store 14
Klliah Alceruon hotel 5
Kelle.- Bros stoves and tinware 14
J J Mcllenry , to e 13
U-mi-el Drake hotel a
Itoh. Mcllenry 13
Mcllenry & Co distillery
0 M smith store 14
W O Rook hotel
It Bertrer restaurant
John R (lould druggist
M Levy clothing
T J styles Co druggist
I J alandervllle & Co hardware
O W Uruba! er hardware
LMlUielser 6 Co clothing
H 11 Swayze store
J I'FreosftCo store
II V Driesback oigans and machines
11 M Hockman confectionery
smith Bios store
Y I. DUtlCiurst furniture
S K liellerpool tabid
R 0 Crispin store
11 R Bowers store
A l Young stoves and tinware
Isilah Bowers store
Jarkson X Wooden M'f g Co store
B P Bponenberg hotel
drove & Khmer druggist
Preas Bros lumber
August Thlele bottler ,
Ash Bros dlstll'ery
o W Miller hotel
Oeo Aurand hotel
1) Iawenberg Est clothing
Jacob I, (Jlrton hotel
J R Schuyler Co hardware
Charles 'V ltunan hardware
O N Wilson grocery
J D Wilson leather
stickle 00 confectionery
00 Marr store
O ltlchart grocery
uixmiauunf uar l-o store
O B Bobbins liquor store
1 w u Taylor bottler
w 11 fJ1 mnin rMtnurnnf.
1 Mrs Win Webb tobacco Btoro
Louis Ucrnbard lewder
tl A McKelvy druggist
II W Sloan store
Ureal Eastern Tea Co tea store
Louis (iros clothing
John V Caldwell hotel
Peter Orosa bottler
Wm Rabb store
Baker and liender furniture
J W Eyer store
W J Correll & Co furniture
J H Stocker grocery
C A Klelm druggist
11 U Hartman car.u-c ntnrft
I I w Hartman t Sons store
I W AIcKelvy atoro
J VrsM it Est store
John H Phillips confectionery
Jacob Keller notions
II J Clark Ran store
Bernard Htohner restaurant
oeo A Clark book st ore
F II Dentler shoe store
0 W Bortsch clothing
David K (llrton cool table
O W llrown grocery
J Saltier organs and machines
L E Whary stoves and tinware
singer Mfg co sowing machines
Farmers' Produce Exchange store
W It Ko'hcr coal
Creasy wells lumbor
11 r incus grocery
Bloomsbuig liar Co coal
llarman Ilasscrt coal
N W Barton grocery
iionry tue'm grocery
Hartman Kdirar stove tinware
Mrs WB Allen store
II II Vannatta naner iitnrn
J II Meuer dniK store
Anurew cwiieacr Bnoo unumgs
J A Hess shoe store
Kvnns Rycr clothing
W It Tubbs hotel
II V White co grain dealers
o WNeilHro coal
J J W II Urowrr CArnet ntnra
Joseph Garrison flour and teed
luum-inuu a. n oil B10VC3 tinware
D A Creasy store
Bloomsburg Iroi Oo store
O A Jacoby coal
O W Sterner hardware
u s Furman harness 0
0 E savago Jewelry
O w Ilelfsnrdrr hotel
' 7 10
A dam Truckenmlllcr restaurant
Joseph A Uultorman store
tb iiamer furniture
,1 K Sharalcss sons store
T 11 Iiernlnirer furniture
ah 'iTucKenmniPro.-gansmacnines 14
(leo Manhart shoe store
it Dinner store
II F Hpanglcr clothing s'ore
K B IIIlo shoe store
A I, Holshue confectionery
M A HWHUK awjru
s B Rhawn restaurant
stoves ana unwaro
R B Longenbeijrer hotel
11 seesnoitz store
0 E Clay well grocery
Al A luony 8100
(1 W Plshcr Agt druggist
s D ltlnard store
O 8 schmlck hardware
(I W Whipple drug store
u r uaruer lumDer
O W " "
Albert Yetter pool table
Mrs Hester Klstler hotel
M A Blbby coal
O O Mendenhall stoves and tinware
Simon Rouo coal
Davll Orinin coal
E M Tewksbury fertilizers
CENTRA LI A.
Irvtn Bros store
M w Bfennan restaurant
Joanna O'Connor Uauor store
John w aoldsworthy restaurant
MrsM Pelfer hotel
Mrs Dugan grocery
T Collins liquor store
Aruur Mci-augnun uquor store
II u Michael furniture
D C Black grocery
Edward McPadden restaurant
John Nertney lldi-or store
Chas Fetterman notel
Andrew Lemnan store
O W Davis dru store
A B Fortner stoves and tinware
ii j nnnej restaurant
L A ltlley Co store
L Fetterman store
OB Millard store
James McBrearty restaurant
K j Finnerty Jr drug store
John Davis confectionery
CO Murphy store
u r uurrv notei
Albert Ball grocery
1 nomas uowan restaurant
James A Bakey
Low Bros Co store
o sponnler store
Thomas Brobst Son grocery
z T Fowler (rain dealer
J L Wolverton store
John I, Kline hotel
It W Lyons Btore
o w Billmann hotel
Wm Herbert store
Frederick Pagelone store
rai jnaioney store
M Mctlenrr Bro store 14
J F Mcllenry store 14
11 m nowei store 14
Nathaniel Betshllne store 14
Jones Walter Btore 14
Nathan Drelsbach store 14
a Lewis store 14
J M Ammerman store 14
u tr jaigar co distillery a
AJ WArtlcy store 14
L 0 Bucher store 14,
A II Folraer hotel 5
J B Weillver store 14
Geo J Munson store 14
Ellis Eves Bro store 11
v p Eves Henrle furniture 14
Masters co Btore 19
v- M Eves Sons store 14
0 W Eves store 14
0 R Parker store 14
EE 11 " 14
PD Black " 14
Jacob itantz store 14
A J Derr store 14
A P Young fertilizers 14
Fanners' Peoduce Exch ango ,14
O M Terwllllier store It
nN JE White store 14
on Dcltterlck hotel 5
B v Cole store 14
K O Ycager store 14
Wellington Yeager hotel 5
J w Bnvder store 14
Wilson Yeager store 14
Jacob Yeger store 14
Thos Seaborn store 14
Nathan Knorr hotel 5 .
L II Danleis store 14
William II Iillllg store 14
II M Yocum store 14
Miles smith hotel s
wmningles store 14
Kreamcr son store 14
B It Tetter hotel a
w M Longenberger store 14
U J Campbell store 14
A W Shuraan hotel s
Chas 8 Helghard store 14
Allison Derr store 14
SchweppenheUer Snyder store 14
A W Hess hotel 5
N n Creasy store 14
A o Millard stoves and tinware 14
It J Bernlnger furniwe 14
DA Hess coal 14
A w Snyder store 14
II J Oearhart store 14
Samuel nazeldlne hotel 6
o 11 Hosier store 14
J W Ylneer store 13
Pixton Uarman store 14
J P Sands store 14
G V RHner sto-e 11
J II llarman furniture 14
Snyder Whltmlre store 14
A B Stewart store 14'
Fleckenstlne Kro store 14
White, Conner Sloan agricultural
o N smith stoves and tinware 14
, II 11 Low lumbor 1-14
J B Delong stoves and tinware 14
O W Low fertilize' It
A M Dewltt store it
Jos Turner hotel , , s
Itecce Falrmao hotel 6
J R Fowler Co distillery a 3'
It W Lyons store H
0 W Cberington store 14
. 7a 00
Wm Dclttrtck store
Joseph Klecxnor hotel
N Richard store
M A Blosser Btore
11 ii coal
Mrs M M Worman store
J D Workhlsor store
silver Bprlng Quarry Co store
A B White store
A P Howell store
J L Crawford confectionery
aj jnrasu uoiei
Silas Younir store
Theodora Heck store
Moon-head & Kline
A Laubacb son store it- 7 co
A M Harvey store 14 7 Oo
E II Fritz store ii T on
J W Perry hotel s 7s oo
K Hess store H 7ro
E Cole store 14 T 00
Appeals win be heard at the Commissioners of
fice in iiioomsburtr on tho nth day ot June A. Ii.
lUHd, between tho hours of 9 a. m. and 4 p. m.,
where you can attend If you think proper. '
O. U SANDS.
May 85, 1883, Mercantile Appraiser.
In rtestatt or William SlUtr deceased.
The undersigned auditor appointed by the Or.
Chans' court of Columbia county to make dlstrl.
utlon ot the funds In the hand of William Sam.
on administrator, will meet st the. office oltt II.
Jackson, Esq. at Iiorwlck Pa., on Wednesday July
ll.lsSd at elitht o'clock a m. to perform the duties
of his appointment, when and where all persons
Interested must appear and prove their claims, or
bo forever debarred from coming In on said fund.
,.,. ItOfi'T it. LITTLE,
June It 's. Auditor.
te of Joseph A. Hess, Uiui of Cettire township
The undersigned auditor appointed by tbe Or
phans' court ot Columbia county to make dlstrtbu.
lion of the balance In the bands of tbe administrator
to and among the parties entitled thereto, will sit
at his omce In liloomaburg, on July va isst, at to
o'clock a. tn. to perform the duties of his appoint
ment, when and where all persona interested
must appear and prove their claims, or be forever
U K, WALLER,
June is 'i
Atoxandor Bros Oo tobacco
F M Ullmoro restaurant
Mover Bros wholesale rlmirrlittji
Dr. B. ant
CAN mi CONSULTED AT
BLOOMSHUHU, PA., Exchanur IIotbl.
Batnntav anil Montlnv. Juno 10 and 18
Bultmlny nml Monday, Juno 23 and 29,
Saturday nntl Monday. Juno DO nnd July 2,
Haturdsy nnd Monday, July 7 nnd 0.
CATAWIS3A, PA., Sdsqdkiianna Hotel.
Tuesday and Wednesday, July 8 and 4.
UERWIOK, PA., tloTT IIousr.
Thuredr-y nnd Friday, July 5 and 0.
Byron Clark Ail. Ml.
And a physician whose experience Is strictly un
limited by a practice which In extent, variety nnd
successful results Is equalled by tew and excelled
DR. CLARK confines his Dractlre to Chronic
Dissasis exclusively, and will treat only such
cases as are susceptible 01 a CiitTiiNandPosmva
iiuoNosis as tne basis ror bpxcipio tbbitmint. .
In cases seriously comcllcated or of uncertain
diagnosis. Pitiints have tbe advantugo of DR.
CLARK'S CUEMICAL and MICROSCOPICAL Ex.
animations, which are most complete, chronic
Invalids should not fall to consult DR. CLARK,
9 ne mates an examinations without questioning
atiknts or allowing them to make any statement
concerning their diseases or Its symptoms. It
their diseases aro uot sufficiently developed to
make a positive and certain dtognosls In this man.
ner mi. ul,akh win not treat tne case.
DR. CLUtK'S methods lor the clinical Ex
amination of Patismtb constitute a real advance
In practical medicine, and
FROM A PHYSIOLOGICAL AND
Dr. Clarlc hpllp.vpfl thnf. nvorv ftillr rinvplnnoil
disease has its own definite diagnostic symptoms
by which it Is known.
PAT1EXTS know how thnv fneL but tha Phv.
slclan, after examining his case, should not ouly
know the patient's feelings and symptoms, but
Bhould know why they exist.
DR. CLARK'S CLAIMS.
DR. CLARK'S claims tn the natronai?e of the
afflicted public consist in his belief that every
fully developed constitutional disease presents Its
own specified "snosticorcharacterutlosymptoms.
wuil-u 11 woi iigniy unoerstooa by ine examining
physician, can be accurate!? Dolnted out and de
scribed to the entire satisfaction of ever' patient.
Hence Dr. Clark males his examln.llons with
out questioning patients, or allowing them to
make any statement concerning their disease or
ita aj uipwins.
it such examination and description Is not In
strict accordance with the disease and Its symp.
toms, as patients know them to exist, all such
patients are advised Jto go elsewhere for treat
ment, as by this standard only will Dr. Clarn ex.
amine and treat diseases.
This method of examination prevents tbe Doc
tor's judgment trom belnir In any way biased by
what tfce patient may tny; and the l octor's treat-
uitrtib ui ine euro is uabeu upon ui-4 own Kiiumcugu
ui iuu uiscase, ut-rivt-u iroui a morougu uauuuw
tion of tho Datlcnt's condition, and not from any.
thing the patient may say
In a.amlnillnn ,Mm 11. Pln.lr n.nr. Irln.dnn
will convince the Incredulous or satisfy any one of
his professional ability derived from a large ex
perience, lutuiswayipaiients receive saiisiac
Ion before Incurring expense for medical treatmen
DR. CLARK'S VISITS ARE MADE
1st To meet the chronic Invalids who cannot
leave their ramll'es to doctor with a specialist In
chronic diseases. 2nd To meet elderly porsons
w uu L-uuuut gu iruui uuiuo lu aoctor wiiu a special
ist In cnrontctflscases. Sd To meet chronic lnva
lids who cannot leave their business to doctor
with a specialist in chronic diseases, 4th To meet
Eatlents who are physically unable to go from
ome to doctor wltn a specla st In chronic dls-
casca. om i u weeb pauenis wno are nnanciaii,
unable to go from home to f octor with a special
1st In chronic diseases. 6th To meet all patients
who from any cause cannot go from home to doc
tor with a stieclallst In chronic diseases 7th nr.
Clark visits a large number of placoi regularly for
the examination and treatment of every. form of
diseased pei.-ons. 6th Ur. Clark's consultations
are iree. -jnecnarge tor treatment is governed
by tin) nature ot the dlseaso and difficulty of treat
ment. DR. CLARK'S Positive Diagnosis and Specino
Treatment ca'i onl be acquired by an unlimited
experience, anu most iuuy ooiains iu vonLviiu
tlonal Chronic Diseases and in develoried acute
dls-'ases subsequent to peilod of incubation. It
must aLd will bo tho practice ot the future.
THE CHRONIC PRACTITIONER.
send for and read Dr. Clark's paper, "The
Chronic Practitioner,'' which gives complete de-
tuna ui ur. iiur& a iucuicui prucutu.
Patients calling St Dr, nark's hotel should en
quire for Tim UK'S. LOOMS, where an usher or
attendant win uo louuti wno will give meni every
calling on the Dlt. will be received by LADY
uoii&Ks wuicn wiureiievo any;aimaence or em.
barrassment that may be experienced when call-
ik on a puysician uu wnom tney are not ac
The GOVERNMENT has recently established a
new post omce near Dr. Clark's country place
wnicu greatly lacuitates his large correspondence
which extends ts every Mate In the Union.
It is named "Laboratory" and there being no
other post omce of that name in the United States
tellers or communications are certain to reach
rfueir oesiinaiion u aaaressca
DR. B. CLARK,
Or ) PBOr. ItlCUAEDSOX,
Dlt, CLARK, Care cooner Union.
) New York city,
W hllo Dr. Clark's nrcfes-donal and bumnHsu n.
gugeraents aro more largely In New York City
than elsewhere, yetowlnz to tho number ot Dr.
Clarks living In N. v, who are Doctors ot Divinity.
Doctors of Medicine i r Dentists It Is better that
pu'ituu, ur peniuns writing puouia aaarebH,
DR. 1L CLARK,
View of Dr Clark's country residence and ber.
rnanent orui-e for medical correspondence,. Labors-
Dr. B. Clark
CAN 11K CONSULTED AT
DLOOMSnUKO, I'A., Kxonasog HoTgL,
8aturtla antl Monday, Juno 10 and 18,
Satunluy anil Monday, June 23 nnd 25,
gaturday and Monday, Juno 80 and July 2,
Saturday and Monday, July 7 and 0.
OATAWI88A. I'A.. Busijukuanna Hotw.
Tuesday and Wednesday July 8 and 4.
DEHWICK, PA., Uott Housi.
Tbursdty and Friday, July (Tand 6,
Wo iilnco on our counters this tiny ft
lmndsomo ALL WOOL ALBATROS
CLOTH 40in. wltio (in oroam) nt tho
very low prioo of 60o. yd.
SAT1NKS. Wo show a handsomo
lino including all the nowest printings
at very low prices with a lull lino of
WASH DKKSS GOODS.
FANS. Our lino is now onon. Now
styles of JAP FANS, SATJN.FANS,
FEATIIBH FANS. Now shapes in
SATIN PALM FANS. Fans from
1 lot of dUNAMKNT DKKSS
13KAID reduced to 35o, yd. Black
PATlASOLS. Full li tics of all tho
newest novelties- with complete lines of
EMUKOIDEIIIES for dresses from
80c yd. up. Now patttrus j'tst in.
Call and sco.
A good DRESS SHIELD nt 7c. pair.
In re estate aDaM ITumiaslate of Flshingcreek
The undersigned auditor annotated by tho Or.
Ehans' Court of Columbia county to make dlsttl
utlon of the balance In hands of administrator
ot said estate as appears tn final account, will
meet at onlce ot li. II. H. R. Littlo In Dlooms
burg, Pa., on Friday Juno ta, iskh at 10 o'clock
a. in. 10 periurm ine uuiiea oi nis appoint, ne 11,
when and where all persons Intersted mut ap
pear and prove their cialms,or be (ore rer debarred
vui iuiiiuif, iu vai owu auuu
IIOBT. Tt. LITTLE.
May 26, 1833. Auditor.
Estate af Alfred Itoicer, late of Centre toienshtp,
Letters of administration nn the r&Iii estate hav.
ng been granted to the undersigned, all persons
Indebted to said estate are hereby notified
to pay tho same, and those having claims against
Bald estate will present the same for settlement
w i;iiab. w.-jn. liuwn.il, Auinr.
A. L. Fritz, Atty. May4 Sw
Estate of Joseph R. ration, deceased of Ltghtstreet
Letters Of admlnl5tt.rnt.tnn nn thn Aqtjitn nf.Tnqpnli
R. ratton deceased, late of I.lizhtHrtM, Columbia
county, Pennsylvania, deceased have been grant-
i-u uj mo lu-Kisier oi Baia county to tne unucr
slgned. Administrator. All persons having claims
sgalnst the eBtale ot the deceased aro requested
to present them for settlement, and those indebt
ed to the estate to make payment to the undor-.
Blgned administrator wlttojt delay.
U. 1 . l'A'l-ION,
May 18 Rushtown, North'd Co.
r.suiie or s. a. vasweu, aeceased.
Notice Is herebr irlren thnr. thn nnft,rio-no,i
appointed auditor to make distribution ot tho ual-
uucu in ine nanus oi e. v. uasweu, his executor,
as per bnrtlal accounL win ntttnA at hta nmn at
Dloomsbunr on Frldav. .liinn otit infia n, tan
o'clock In tbe forenoon, for tho duties o'f his ap
rolntment; when and where nil oersons Interested
uuu uaving claims again9t tne estate must pre
sent them, or bo forever debnrrert from rnmtni in
on said fund. JOHN O. FREKZ K,
Juno 1 t. a. Auditor
riO-OTICE OP DISSOLUTION.
ituuuu is uereur given mat too partnership
existing between J. Si llrower anil w. ii nmnoV
uuuur mw urui unn-eou. j. & w. li. llrower. has
iaia urei. uiiy oi june. iwi, oeen uistoived by lliol
tatlon, J. J. Blower retiring. j. J. BKOWKIt.- '
mw . ... . 11. IIUUWKK.
The business will bo continued h, w. n iimivpr
nt the old stard. who is autlorlzed to settle all
debts due the said firm and nlcj all debts due J. J.
uniiver un ins oooks.- interest will be chirgea
Juno 1 'S3 8U J. j. BROWEIL
Kstute of Jane Vance, late of Orange townsMp,
The undersigned auditor appointed by the Or.
Dlians' Court Of ColUmbtACnnntv ti Tnnlrn ritnrrl.
button of balance In the hands of M. C. Vance, exe.
cutpr toandamung the parties entitled thereto.
win bii ui uiaonice on saturuay, June sotn, at 10
a. m., to attend to the duties of h's appointment,
when and where, all neiNnnnnnvinf.i-iiiimafl7f,tni.r
sa'd estato, mu&t appear and prove them, or be
luiuvcr ucuunvu ireui any snare or saia rana.
June 1 1S88. Auditor,
Estate of John L. Moore, deceased.
The undersigned auditor oppolntoa by tho Or.
bhans' Court, of Columhlftrnnntv. tn mnlrn rttalrt
button ot the furd In the hands of Isaac A. Do
W itt, executor of the last .will nnd testament of
Said deCeaaed. to a rl Bmnn9 thn nnrriAa nntlMtwl
thereto, will sit at his office In1 bloomsburg, on
Tuesday June 2H, lsss, at 10 o'clock !i the forenoon
to attend to the duties of his appointment, wrej
and where, all persons having claims against said
estate, must appear and p ove them, or be forever
ucuaiiw irum uuy euare oi saia runu.
,. . J. II. MAIZE.
May 88 1889. Auditor.
A DMINISTRATOK'S NOTICE.
Estate of Albert Ammerman late of t'lshinocreek
Letters ot administration In said estato having
biuuim i mo uuucnuKutxi lauiiiiiiimra vOr,
all persons Indebted to ROM rRlnln nm hnrphv nntl-
tled to pay the same, and thoio having claims
H6.(ud, huu veillLO UICIKUI IUB BUUIO VO
J3 MATT1E AMMKUMAN, Admr.
DR. T HEEL
uukuaiiiuiB. mo yean praciiMi
cipvrlenoe KUrnnt'S lo tit f
kdj kdTnliDg I'hjtlcUo, Dg ni<tr L
I or hat li mar cl&lm to da. It-. Thl
' (Ttr fiooo to toy kTtrtlalnt l-hjaicim
ta-a1l.d aiual.lt. i. . h n ....I I-
thl eorrl dltgaotlng tud aoeceiafnl trtttucnl of ll
OecATt tUt. Alio H KpeoUl dU.M, uoh tlood
1 UbttlttstU tnrs, molhe,Tttr,Krvp
tion. rimplca. Swelllacs lttSamuktloK Md !
charfp, liupotene. Bfiui mi rmotl wetkotaa from
fiUbiUku4tt)reui. MY MKT1IU1I, dotublulbi
Iht Alloptthlfl, ltoino(ifttblo, Eoltoilij Dt fotiole
ttiniof oitdicib, tkeulr one known that vurei per
m.Bf-itlrlUwurst (,,. Lr-rtloplul,rrWt
nd lrctlal Kiprrteare IU tarjr ttmtAj ul
nftu kuuvD t toUnoti ftr quid tit rteovtrT tndptruftDaat
cur ThemMtdana;eroueaae4ollcUed. KtlUt n
cnet. eun, mMdl-nd ind old men writ or call for
took Trutlii oaHpaolftl Ntrom kod Itlood Mietiei, tipo.
tocfrtud, tbelrtcbtmettorlutmliaiurTrrtrt mi old
o-lll vcctUbi tutdlclaai, blood purlfltri, frtuduUitt
ifowl if "no cart no pij," io-Ufd Ini priaerlptloa. At
tliuuikud r dupputa tit- quacki, uioptblti, born
cum, ItittltoUi, muttuui with (heir tikiicrtUnc tnd
l7lDioltmtiaaudtftl work! ud slrouUri. hn (kit) la
ttgUblDg will touch moDtj, uSrlog tad dtltr,
WrtU or etll,ilMttr ouUdintlil. PtiUul at tba Dociar
nly. lUrrtn frtta palltili fcfur bin trtttcd by
lhr pbjtlcln to no tUI butturtd by txa will La ilf to ob
kpplkktlun. Uourt fl ; Vadkaadtj aud baHtrdaT
June 883 ly.
KitlUf i'A.t or Collnge ofOoniZ
Huuiitt America. Actual
rbutioMi lDUrehann. Scholar.
LA,AltK oV I'JUUU.N, l'roprletira.
AUSTIN SH A'
ibo Nurseryman, ot Uochestcr,
N. Y.. can trlve vou ummnvmAnt
as Salesman nt once. withexclusiv torritnrT imi
steady work tho year round. Good wages. A
nrswiass local man wanted Immediately, Write
for terms, Outfit Iree.A JunesijL
. . toeMTaMfortheialeofNunerT
march so 88-aprtl and June
!ortiil b.rvoai t nTigomtor anlw,tr.tlf Parti.
nov S3 n cico ly, ' ' '
SrrtCTViU.T Ovain ay
Sold by Tur.nt A Oa, K. T
and DrUKgUU svorywhtra.
CM AA 1. maa
X MONTH can bo made
ovju lu muu s.;ki,.;.v" ."
fcrred who can turulsh their own horses and trive
-7-. 7 ,-. -... ,u.Viujm mou. a iew vacan
f ?S .'.. .hd cmea. jj, ft JouVsomTcS.
iw nun juenmona, va, juno It-Mi,
i . i
wiiuiui KUklaUKCU. lALAHV
ANU EXPENSES PAID. Apply t ones, itaUog ai.
Chase Brothers Comp my, 'floc'H'tmRl'i,
Birr reductions in tho uricrs of sdmo
ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS to
cIob". A hnndnomo Sobftstlpol 80oyd
former prioo $1. Dress Cloths 25oyd.
nil wool, rcgutar prioo 40o., tbo. Call
and sec. .
A special lot GLORIA gold head
UMBRELLAS, fast blaok, will not
oat, at $2 apiece.
GLOVES AND SILK MITTS. You
will find many biri;nins in this stock.
LISLE GLOVES lfic, PURE SILK
GLOVES 8fio rtgulur piioo CO. Silk
Mitts for Ladies nnd children from
20a. up in black and colors.
HOSIERY. Wo placo on salo n
lot of Children's nnd Ladies' hose nt
unusually low prices. Regular mado
hoso 2iirs for 25c. Children's regular
mndu lifdo thread hoso 40a. pr., now
2 pair fur 35o nnd so on.
WHITE DRESS GOODS in all tho
lending stales at low prices; ono lot
plaids at 14 o jd , regular prieo 20o.
HUSTLES. Full lines, all kinds,
including tho popular "PANSY"
bustles. Latest shape, most comfort
able GLARE & SON.
CandldateflnnmMnndert.hu hpnillnrr am eh.
Ject to tho rules of the Dcmocratlo party.
OH 1T.ESIDENT JUDtlB 01!- TUB 2Gth
E. R. 1KELER,
ALEX. KAN O USE
of Scott townsliip;
GEO. W. DERR
JOHN B. CASEY
roil DISTRICT ATTOltNEY,
FRANK P. 1HLLMEYER ESQ.
B. FRANK ZARR,
E. M. TEWKSBURY
JAMES T. FOX,
of Beavor township.
O. Z. SOIILICHER,
of Bcavtr township.
GEN. C. M. BLAKER.
Real Instate !
The nnderslgned. admlnlHtrntnr An hnnln nnn
with the will annexed, nf thn Mtninnfuidwrt
Finney, late ot Liberty township, Montour county,
Uvwvuov.u, uuwi uircvuun in tne win ana oy
uuiuum ui me urpnans' court of Colombia
county, win oxposo to sale, by publio vendue, at
tho Court House, in Danville, on
SATURDAY, Jane 1G, 1888,
at ono o'clock In the afternoon, the following do
scribed real estate, to wit : 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,
lands of Gideon si. Shoop, lands of Samuel Olgger,
and ntty-seven perches strict measure, ascertained
by a recent survey;, and of which about sixty
The farm lies upon the publio road loading 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 those throe Im
portant towns, the distance being about eight
miles from each. Tho Improvements consist ot a
Large Bank Barn.
w&sron sUea and'outbunaiDRs, and a law
a-d a stone spring house, to. There are several
springs of excellent water and two or three brooks
running on tto farm. Tho crop In the ground, at
the day of tho sale, with the right to enter, cut,
thresh and remove the grain. Is reserved.
TERMS OK 8ALE:-Tcn per cent, of one-fourth
ot tho purchase money to be paid at the striking
down of the propertyj the one-fourth less the ten
per cent, at the conrirmatlon absolute, and tho re
maining three-fourths In ono year after confirma
tion nlal, with Interest from that date. Possession
win beglvet, subject to tho present tenancy,' up
on payment ot the above ten per cent of ono
tourtb of tho purthase money, una subject Co tho
Terms ot Bale.
Tho purchase money unpaid at the confttmatlon
to be secured by bond and mortgage on the
JOHN 0. FREEZE,
AdraY. d. b. n. 0. t, n.
NEW INVENTION IN LACING
W. S flTCORSET
with self-adjusting back can
bo 'changed from tight to
loose-nttlng in five seconds,
w llliout removing (rem the
t wmx mr 2
-illW I.ACEH or HTKELS
lilro nil! uui Oliuiv
healthiest, begt-nttlng and
most comfortable Corset
I'lllt HI!I,..AI JIIHT1NII rOIIHI'.T CO.,
iw ritAnivi.in Dl..nan )uimi;ii i,
Kactory, Kocheiitcr, N. Y,
Wheat per bushel
ltyo " "
Ccrn " " ....
flour " hhl
4.0 to 5(50
uuttor is ir
ggtts n ' 10
Potatoes , no 69
Hams is i
IJriou AddIl-s n.i m
Bide 07 - io
Shoulder 00 18
Chickens JO 13
Lard per lb 10 13
Vinegar dlt iral en no
Onions per bushel 1 00 1 60
Veal skins , 07
Wool per lb 85
UUes 5 to 7
flnir. nu Wniu.
No 0 a.0O: Kos 3. 8, & Lump 98.95.
No. 08,00 Bltumlnui S.BO