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COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. i
V-OTh-' s o
J. E. BltUnEitiiw., f B"t9r'
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 18B8.
Four years ugo when tho Dcmoorats
bucooeded in overturning the suprom
aoy of their opoiionta who had been in
power for a quarter of a century, it
was Boveral weeks before republicans
wero wlllii'g to admit their defeat.
When tho Cleveland administration
took it's seat, and began to apply the
pruning knife in tho work of "turning
tho rascals out'' cries of "civil service
reform" wore hoard from overy quarter,
No republican office holders voluntarily
" ., ... - it I
gavouptnetr position", anu wiien iw
any oauso they were removed, tho civil
service law was invoked, and no suon
office-holder relinquished his grip upon
the nublio crib until ho was most un
ceremoniously kicked out, and then
there was great mntterintr.
vt ! . .
mediately after iho recent Presidential
election tho choice of Harrison and
Morton is unanimously conceded) the
heads ol departments everywhere ex
press a determination to resign as soon
as tho new;chief magintrato is Inaugura
tod, in order that the administration
may not bu embarrassed. That is the
difference between republicanism and
democracy; on tho onehand grrod for
-A3 j 1 1 1. : .I,-,
m," " T "Z""UA
Will vuiy Ktuii lyut'ui in imiuu. vu miu i
other band, a ready acquiescence the
will of tho maiority, and a willingness
to avoid all embarrassment to tho
Quay's Virginia Sonoma-
OOVXBKOB LEE BATS IT WILL FAIL UK-
CAUSE TUB VOTKH AftK AGAINST IT.
Richmond, November 24. Tho
threats of Mahone and Quay about quo
warranto nrooiedintrs directed against
tho Democratic electors of this State
oreatesno excitement here. Tho State
Board of canvassers will meet in tho
Capitol hore Monday and begin the
work of canvassing the official returns
of tho election "of November 9 for
electors and Congressmen. The mem
bers of tho board have no authority to
do any thing but deolare who is elected
upon tho returns reoeived by them.
They oannot hear evidence nor consider
any facts except those embraced in thp
State. The whole scheme of tho Ma-
hone people is to agitato the charge of
The only reward the investigation can
have'to Mahono will be to blacken be
fore a Northern publio tho names of
the white peoplo of his State, as was
atetmpted in th-- Danville invoti jation.
In that owe Mahono made use of John
S. Wise as a cat's paw and pushed him
fot ward astho persecutor of Virginians,
while the wily little General remained
in the background. When it was too
late Mr. Wise discovered Mahone's
little game. In the proceeding he has
nowcausod to be instituted Mah no
will pnsh forward some other member
of his party, while he remains behind
the Bonnes and eggs him on.
Governor Lee, when asked about
this movement, said he had received
private advices that quo warranto pto
caedings would bo attempted against
the eleotora and he deokred that he
was glad to see tuch capers cut, for its
effeot would be to rally en masse tho
Democrats of the State, mako them
ride over all opposition and carry the
Stato with n fine majority next fall.
"The canvassing board," said he "will
b governed by law and give tho certi
ficato of election to tht-jDeranoratio clec
tors: and tho Democratic electors will
give the vote of the State to Cleveland
All the Quavs and Butlers and Dud'
leys and Mahones cannot prever.t that,
because tho result will be in accordance
with the Constitution and laws. The
bayonet can interpose, and the bayonet
only, to change that result.''
Attorney General Kufus A. Ayers
f-aid: "When tho certificates hav been
issued to tho electors they cannot be
prevented from meeting and casting
their votes for Presidont and Vice
President. When the votes are cast
and duly certified there is no way of
going behind the returns. This was
decided by the Electoral Commission
in tho Tilden and Hayes oontest."
A Eeyolt Among Veterans-
The Philadelphia Record prints the
There is every probability that there
will be a split in tue Grand Array ol
the Republic within a very short lime,
and that another organization of union
veterans will be formed.
The withdrawal lrom tire organiza
tion of General John M. Palmer, one
of.its founders, ana democratic oandi
date for governor of Illinois at the
recent election, together with hi
charges that the ord-jr has been used
for political purposes, has created a
General Palmer was a member of
Stephenson post, No. 30, of Chicago.
and is a post commander of the depart-
. r .,1 . ,r , .
me ii i, ot Illinois ire nas atwavs taken
an active interest in the order. He
said recently that thoro was nothing
for him to say further than that there
was too union pontics in the older. ft
oxpressed great regret that ho was oom
polled to sever his connection with tho
order and added : "From its beginning
itml the present year f have been en
thuslastically hopeful for the good of
the Urand Army. I have been dis
appointed, that's all, and my post has
vory promptly and vety honoiably, f
think, given mo my withdrawal card."
Ife also oxpressed a willingness to head
a movement in tho interest of a rival
organizations of veterans. This has
set the demoeratio members thinking,
and most of them seem anxious to enter
such an order. It is estimated that
tbero aro about 2,000 democratic sol
dicrs connected wilh tho Grand Army
in this state.
POLITICS WILL STILL EXIST.
Colonel Charles E. Tiptoh, who is a
member of General Robert Patterson
post. No. 275, encampment No. 2, of
Iho Union Veteran Legion, and an
officer of the Hancock Veteran Legion,
eaid yesterdav that a new organization
would undoubtedly bo formed. "Of
course the Grand Army is a political
organization indirectly and not openly,"
oald tho colonel. "If you are a repub
lican it is ae well and good, but if you
dare )e a democrat, why that settles
you, so to speak. At one time it was
a republican organization pure and
simple, and democrats could not join it.
It was cbaugod but a tew yfiu ago at
l'10 nnnui,l enonmpmput of tlio depart
inent of l'onnsvlvnnift licld cither at
l'ittsuurir or Wilkesbarro, I don't ro-
luviuuui niiiuut ucucmi lliiiiui niuu
to linvo It mado an out-and-out ropublU
can organization, but was uiiaiicooKsfiil.
There m a rulo which prohibits the dia-
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uubsiiuii ui iiuiihub in tiiu iit'ai ruumn,
and whioli prohibits tho wearing of any
iniignia of tho order at a political de
monstration, but ii docs not amount to
a row of pins, and is violated almost
ovury day. The order is manipulated
by tho heads ot each state or depart
mdit in the interests of tho republicans.
Of tills there id not tho slightest doubt.
It is so in this department I know.
rilOVIDED FAT 11KUTIIS.
"Look back in tho history of the
Older, and you will find that after a
man has served as commander of this
department ho has been nppointed or
-t .-. -t! I ni I... at.-
Uic.ieu io Buuiu pujmuui umuu uy iuu
republicans. Why tho position li oven
to-day looked upon as a stepping stono
to a snug political bcrcb. General
Wagner has been fixed in a fat office,
' tiLiiiul nun uvvu
A Wi80I1 Norm was made auditor
concralo thi8Blalc. Thomas J. Stewart
r. in ,..n-vm,nt, nf ,hB oftlpn
secretary of internal affairs, and tho
list mignt easily bu further extended
"Wo wont a now order and wo are
going to have it. General W. S. Rose
orans Btartcd such a raotetnont about
two ytars Bgo, but it fell through. But
there is no uso in talkintr about the
subject, for overv dt mnorat in tho order
H well aware that tho Urand Army ol
the Hepubllo is a republican organita
Hon in (llguue.
Tho M. E. Church choir cavo an
Oyster supptr on Tuesday ovening.tho
"t ...i.ir ...in t " ...JT..i.l
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to furnishing the choir with newohairs,
Tho day of pork is at hands butcher
ing on an sides.
Tho Lecture given by ltev. F.
Prichard on Tuesday evening last, was
a grand one, tho subject being success
A surprise party was held at the
residence of Mrs J. Lee a in hocor of
their daughter L'zzie's birthday.
M. E. Seybert is again at bis post
post furnishing his many patrons with
Harvey Henry and Wife of Buck
horn epent Sunday in town.
iho wreck at tho paper mill last
week delayed trayel somo what, but
lucky for tho passengers as no one was
Air. bilas xountr is tho hrst man
who received a car load of lumber on
tho B.ifc S.
Mrs. Geo. Jacoby raised a turnip in
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that a pump-maker is needed, that I am
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Shop near tho canal grocery.
8. WILLIAMS, AUCT10NEEH.
Heal Estate Bought and Said.
Parties deelrinr to buy horses and wneons
would do well to pall ou thp above.
DMlKISTH.VrOK'S NOTICE. I
Estate of Snmwl S'ungesser,
Notlco la hereby riven that letters of admlnls.
irauon on mo estate or pamuei Nungcsscr, lato
ui mo luniuunp ui iteavcr, county 01 uoiumoia.
wiuButioui i MnnBTiTBuiB. accoaBea, nave ocen
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county of Columbia I'm, ana Wm. Yoaircr ot
Il&tleton, Luzerne county, Pa.,to whom all per
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French white lens, they do not
rust and arc the most durable
in use. The lenses are made
so as to correct imperfect sight
in youth as well as old age, both
for reading and seeing at a dis
tance. We have hundreds of
pairs to select from, gold or
steel frames, all prices from
25 cents up.
The season of the year is here
when you live almost entirely
This is the time to beautify
yourhomes by papering them;
ami why put it oil till spring,
these rooms will look just as
well then as if you put it off till
spring to do the work and you
will have the use ot them.
We can show a stock of wall
paper that in size and beauty is
second to none in the county.
These are the best goods from
the best makers. The prices are
in accordance with the value of
W. II. Bkooke tt Co.,
Successors to G. A. Clark.
This InBtPutlcn Is a high grade Iiuslcc&s Col
leno, giving lnrtrucilon in every department of
business education. In addition to the regular
buslneui course It makes a specialty ot Phono
graphy, Type-wrlllng, Telegraphy, and Ornamen
tal penmanship, 'llie promtnect feature ot the
Commercial course is Its practical character.
Nearl every set of books has been taken from
tlrht class business establlshm"nts, nnd a large
proportion ot the course In book. keeping Is made
up from our system of actual business practice,
unsurpassed In the tclentltlo atmllcailon to mod
ern business methods. A larger proportion of our
graduates regularly ottun nrsuciass positions
than from any other commercial colleco In the
state. Year begins Aug. su, ikk. For circulars
aaaresa w. u DBAN, Principal.
Sqv 3m. Kingston, Pa,
Th only iur Cure for Oorm. stop!lpln. Eaiurei
omrorllotturevL Uo. at PrunttaU. UlKXJliCo.,N, V,
'ihbettol all remedies lor
Inward ratni, cone, maizes
lion. Liliauktlon and all Sloin
ach and llowe! trouble. AUo i
tht most eflecllva cure fori
Coughs, Colds, Uroncliitis and I
affections of tha breathing 1
organs. It promotes refreshing
sleep. Improves Ihe appetite,
overcomes nervous prostration,
ad elves new life and strength
tint weak and aged. 50c. and $l.oo, at DrgguUts.
Nov 9 d-JU
A good man to represent us as local agent. Can
give control of territory and steady work. Will
pay good wages and guarantee success. Write to
j, avhxin HiiAW, jsiirHtryumii,
jifjwma, n, s.
NOV U d-IU
CHEAP FARMS AND HOMES
Prices low. sioolo ,, noo t healtliycllmtte
tue soil 1 close to cltlosby water or railroad salt
water luxuries abundant. Bend stamp for price
. list I map 10. W IX YIN at MANCilA. Annapolis.
I Ma. WOT V-4-iU
BUSINESS SUITS OVEROOAtS li
1!50 n 28.00. .tlO.OO Ta.ff80.00
E. 0. THOMPSON,
1338 CHESTNUT STREET
(Opposite tho Mint)
Mall Orders specially cared for.
Write for Samples.
rpRIAL LIST FOH DECEMBER TERM
"V. A.M. Ortervs James MfiAlarnev Kx. ct al.
Joseph Clewell Admr. vs. Abigail Weaver et at
cnaa. W. McKelvy et al. vs. Chas. D. llrockway
A. O. Stewart vs. McKelvy Brink.
Daniel F. seybert vs. Gideon O, Hosier,
liohr Mcllenry's use vb. K. J. Mcllonry's Admx,
Jas. 8. Lewar's A"mr. et al. vs. Isabella Weaver.
M. A. Markel vs. Borough of Berwick.
Alfred Irvln nlltit H. 11. Co.
wm. E. Tubbs et al. vs. Kreeman McAfee.
Allen II. (,'roop va. II. It. Lovr.
D. 11. sponenberg vs. Ooorge K. Hess.
William Price. t 1 0. vs. Mrs. K. Harry.
Charles W. Colo vs. Ezcklcl Cole.
M. L. Mcnenry vs. .losepn Tlnsley ct al.
J li. Wilson vs. I. K l'attcrson.
Irvln Bros. vs. James Uagerty et ux.
W. F. Uodlne vs. Columbia oounty.
Alice Kline vs Wm. Whltenlght's Exr.
Francis (lottahnll vs. Jeremiah Itcedcr.
L. 11. Lee Bro. vs. 811as Iloofnagle.
Mrs. Catharine Cain vs. U A. Ulleyi: Co.
William Bwmg uso vs. Henry Klelm.
Alex. Campbell vs. Wm. Hobblns const.
The following Is a list of grand Jurors for De
Benton Wesley Collev.
Uloomsburg John c. Jones, John Penman, A. B.
laiucart, 1 nomas n eoo, jasper 1. 'luomas.
catawlssa Miner line,
centre John Crlder, Henry Doak.
Flshlngcreek James Ammerman.
Greenwood Keller Long, v. U. Kyer.
Hemlock George Hartman.
Jackson Charles Lemon, T. W. Smith.
Locust A. M. Johnson, William Fetterman.
.Mifflin Haraael Drum.
Mt, Pleasant Jacob Fisher, Frank Dallman.
I lne Thomas Schlauch.
lloarlngcrcek Peter Ilowvr.
hugarloat Joshua 1). Hess.
Scott George Grhnea.
The following Is a list of traverse Jurors forDe-
ccinuer icrui, 1:09
Beaver Daniel sinirlev.
Berwlck-Hernhard Moorehead, Isaiah W. Ilart-
man, w. c. Barnes.
Benton Ira Thotrog.
Brlarcreek uoyd Knorr
Bloomsburg J. J. Hairenbuch. F. C. Ever.
Charles Krug, W. J. Corel!, Harrison Shaffer, Ben
Catawlssa C. L. Krvln, Augustus Brooks, Will-
iam .immerinxn, iveison uartman, jonn uampion.
i.cuirtiua cuwaru iMinams, uuviu uiaca.
Centre Georcre Conner. Kmanuel Kltler.
Flshlngcreek A. "V. Jones, William Long.Jamcs
Franklin ".Vllllara George.
Greenwood A. P. Young, Henry Tarker, Will
iam Heese, Jacob Glrard.
Jackson Frederick Hess, Milton Stackhouse.
Locus' John Johnson, Luther Dtmmlck, Isaac
Fisher, Haines Yost.
Madlso 1 John W Itoss, Ebro Catner.
Main Boyd It Yetter.
Mimin-D. c. Bond, JohnLutz, M. M. Ilartzell,
Montour P. 8. Karehner.
Hoarlngcreek J. M. Kunklo.
Sugarloaf-John w Kile, John KUnger, A. M.
Bcott James B. Miller, Isaiah J. Mussclman.
Benton I. K. Laubach.
Berwick Pierce Whltmlre, W. W. Adams, John
G. Jacoby, Joh Gray.
Bloomsburg-Thomas MethereU, Amos Krum,
B. w. Hairenbuch, Guy Jacoby.
Centralla John McDonald.
Centre T. 1). Strauss.
Conyngham-John I'adsn, Patrick Flynn, E. C.
I'rlco, Charles McGulro.
Franklin Anurew Iireman, Washington Parr.
Flshlngcreek M. W. McIIenry, Tillman Hunyan.
Greenwood Peter Ilayman, M. M. Kllne,Kdward
Hemlock K O. Bundy.
Locust David Roup, B. a Bodlne, John Mourer.
JI1UIUUU .IUUU O IW
reamer, Aiues Mnuu.
Mimin A. W Snvder. John Creasv.
Montour Llojd f'axton.
Orange John Cadman.
Pine James V. htackuouse, J. H. Fowler.
Scott John Reynolds. 1
Sugarloat M. F. Shoemaker.
T EOISTEU'S NOTICE.
"Notice la hereby given to all legatees creditors
and other persons Interested In tho estates of the
respective decedents and minors that the follow
ing administrators' executors' guardians accounts
have been tiled In the nrrice of the Register of Col
umbia county nndwlll be presented for confirma
tion and allowanoe In the Orphans' court to bo
held In Uloomsburg, December 3d, 18J8 at 2 o'clock
p. in. ot aald day.
t. The first and final account ot Cllutou Bills
executor of tho e-tale et John Gulnn late of the
town of CatawUsa, deceased.
!. First and final account of John F. Breslln,
administrator ot the cute ot John J. Malloy late
ot Centralla borough deceased.
3. First and final account of Henry a Keck
guardian ot Charles A. (Shaffer one ot the heirs or
David bhaffcr Jr. deceased.
4. First and Snsl account of Jacob K. Krum, ad
ministrator of Noah Arndt late ot Montour town
li. The first and final account of John Q. Freeze
Admr. d. b. n. 0. t. a. ot Robert Finney, late ot
sauuiiy luwuauip, ueceaseu.
8. The account of J, a McUrlde administrator
ot Frederick Derr late ot Madison township, de-
7. The first and final account ot Henry Lltweller
sole esecutor of Abraham Lltweller late of Locust
8. First and nnal account ot I B. Runert ad
mlnlstiator ot the estate ot 1'hlllp Crawford late
ui jiiuuut I'icasaut uiwusuip, ueceasca.
9. First and final account of M. C. Vance iruar.
dlan ot Frank II. itelswlck, minor child of George
10. First and final account of M. O. Vance iruar.
dlan of Anna 1L Itelswlck minor child ot George
11. First and final account of Wm Cbrlsman ad
ministrator ot the estate ot Edward Crawford
late 01 juount I'teasant townsuip, deceased.
0. 11. CAMPBELL,
Nov 0 Register.
rOTIOEOF INTENDED APLIOATION
X TO MORTGAGE,
Kttate of Denjamtn C, lien, a lunatic
To Mahala B. Hess, wife of Benjamin C. Hess,
Jeremiah s. Hess. John F. Hess, Harry I. Hess,
barah K. Belshlluo, and Mary Lemon children and
Francis W. Heaver and Harvey 11. Weaver grand
children ot said Benjamin C Hess.
Notice Is hereby given that as a committee ot
the said Benjamin 0. Mass, 1 Intend to apply to
iue uuurt ui ijuuimuu s inao ui iviuuiuia cuuuiy in
the State of Innaylvanla ou tho third day of De
cember next, for an order authorizing a mortgage
ot cucb part ot the real estate of said Benjamin 0.
He's as said court shall deem expedient tor the
payment ot the debts und the support and main-
taiuanou or saia ueuiamiu v, iiesa anq nu lamuy.
Nov i 4w
KSTATB Of ISliO CHIVIUKO DICSIBSP, LiTI Or
The undersigned auditor appointed by the Or
phans' Court ot Coluinbiacounly Pa., to distribute
balance In the bands of O M Cretellng, Executor,
will sit at his omen m Uloomsburg on Friday Deo.
7th. lNVt. at 10 o'clock a. in. to nerform the duties
of his appointment, when and where all parties
uaving ciauus agaiusi. suiu esiass, 111 uai, appear ana
prove them or bu debarred from any share In aald
L. 1L WALLER.
ULSTER COAT. CA( COMr
tells you that patronage haa been bo favorable that wo arc compelled to add
MORE AND FINER G-OOIDS
to our stock. We have now the
Finest Mm af
that can be shown outside of New York or Philadelphia. We have just received our Holiday
Goods, such us
CbM-haiiiUe Umbrelks, Fin Silk Snis
pmdera, Fleest of Seal sHm Caps,
Fine Bilk ami Derby Hate,
As said before, our aim is to sell lota of goods at small profits.
sg55gFCL0THIC HOUSE oSSpI
Columbian toKlll Bloomsburg,
Boilding, o - Penn'a
has just received & flno line of Bnverwarc.Lauics and Qcn'lemen'a Watches, also n com
pletu line ot Jewelry, Clocks, Ac. Goods purchased of me engraved free of charge.
Repairing a Specialty.
Call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. All poods guaranteed.
J. O. WELLS, Bloomsburg, Pa.
By virtue of a writ of Fl. Fa. issued out of the
Court ot Common rieas ot Columbia county and
to me directed, will bo exposed to public sale at
the Court House, In the town of Bloomsburg on
SATURDAY, December 8, 1888,
at 2 o'clock p. m., all tnat Northern half ot a cer
tain lot or piece ot ground situate In the townot
Centralla, laid out by the Locust Mountain Coal &
Iron Company In Conyngham township, Columbia
county, Pennsylvania, bounded and doscrlbcd as
follows, to-wlt : Beginning at a point on the east
side ot Troutwlno Street, one hundred feet north
of the southeast corner ot Park and Troutwlne
Streets, thence north eighty-seven degrees east
one hundred and forty feet to an alley, thence
along Bald alloy south three degrees cast twelve
and ono-nalf feet, thence touth elghty-BOven de
grees west one hundred and forty feet to Trout-1
wine Street, thenco along aald street north three 1
degrees west twelve and one-halt feet to point ot
beginning, whereon ts erected a two-story frame
dwelling house and outbuildings.
Betzed, taken In execution and to bo sold as the
property of Hugh A. Conway. FL Fa.
Marr, att'y. Sheriff.
By virtue ot sundry writs Issued out of tho
Court ot common Pleas ot Columbia county and
to me directed, will be exposed to publio sale at
the Court House, In the town of Bloomsburg on
MONDAY, December 3, 1888.
at 3 p. m., all that tract of land situate In Sugar
loit township, Columbia Co. Pa., bounded and
described as follows, to-witr On the north by
publio road.on the east by public road leading from
Cambra, Luzerne county to Five i-olnts, on the
south by lands ot E. J. Albertson, and on the west
by lands ot . J. Albertson, containing five acres
more or less, whereon Is erected a two-story plank
dwelUng house, barn and other outbuildings.
Seized taken In execution and to be sold as the
property of John W, Albertson.
Uxlir & Uikeino, Attys. Vend Ex.
All that certain messuage and piece ot land
situate In Greenwood township, Columbia county,
Pennsylvania bounded as follows, to-wlt: On the
north by land of Alfred Ileacock, on the east by
land ot Alfred Ileacock, on the south by a public
road leading from ltohrsburg to Mlllvllle and on
the west by land of George Eves containing twelvo
acres and seventy parches. Whereon are erected
a dwelling house and stable.
seized taaen In execution and to bo Bold as the
property ot Benjamin F. Fisher and Hannah W.
Fisher. FL Fa
SAMUEL SMITH, '
Miller Atty. Sheriff.
ULE ON HEIRS.
ISTATI Or JOXiS COTT, SECD.
COLCMBIA COtTOTT, BS. t
To Elizabeth II Doty, widow, J O Doty, Ira Doty.
David Doty.Israel Dotv, Luther B Doty and Martha
A. Intermarried with Jacob Mlnnler, all of Colum
bia count)-. George Doty, Luzerne county I'a.
Sarah Elizabeth Intermarried with Louis W
Hozelle, Ellsworth county Kansas and lineal de
scendants ot Jonas Doty dereasnd, and to all other
persons Interested, greeting! Vou and each of
you are hereby cited to be and appear before the
Judges of our Orphans' Court at an Orphans' Court
to be held at Bloomsburg on the Oral Monday of
December next, then ana there to accept or refuse
to take the real estate ot said Jonas Doty deceased,
at the appraised valuation put upon It by the In
quest, duly awarded by the said Court, and re
turned by the Sheriff, or show cause why it shall
not be sold. And hereof fall not.
Witness the Honorable Henry M Hinckley, Presi
dent ot our Bald Court, at Bloomsburg, the
twentieth day ot October, A. D. ihiH.
WM. II. S.N YDKlt, Clerk O. O.
Nov a a. M. qu ICK, Deputy.
otlce is hereby given that an application will
be made to the court of Common l'leaa of Col
umbia oounty, on the tenth day of December next
at ten o'clock In the forenoon, under Act of Assem
bly entitled, "An Act to provide for the incorpora
tion and regulation of certain corporations," ap-
Erovod April 9 1B74. and the supplements thereto,
y ltev. J. A. Peters, Hev. K.C. Yost, ltev. H. H.
Kohler, ltev. J, K. Wagner, and Hev. Alfred lloutz,
tortliechirterof an Intended corporation to be
called "The Wjomlng Classls ot the ltetormed
Church In the United Btates," the character and
object f which la the advancement and promotion
of Ihe doctrines, customs and usages ot the He
formed Church In the United States, and for these
&ur poses to have, possesj, and enjoy all tho rights
enefl'snud privileges conferred by the Act ot
Assembly aforesaid, and Its supplements.
O. W. MILLER
Nov is solicitor,
In the Court of Common Pleas, for tho county of
Columbia of February term, let No.
Nollne ts hereby riven that an application will
be made to the Bald court on Saturday the 15th
day ot December 1S8S, at 10 o'clock a. m , under
the Act ot Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled "An Act to provide for the
Incorporation and regulation of certain corpora
tlonv1 approved April su, 1674, and the supple
ments thereto for the charter of an Intendod cor.
Eor twn to be called. 'Legion ol BU Ignatius of
entralla, Pa." the character and object whereof
Is beneuclal and tor the advancement ot litera
ture and science, and for these purposes to have,
possess and enjoy all the rlghta. bencttts and pri
vileges ot the said Act ot Assembly audits supple
ments. CHA1UE8 O. BAIIKLEY,
MOT) M41, Solicitor,
I. Maier, Reliable Clothier,
vmeGaU MuMs far
ORPHANS COURT SALE
Real Estate !
By virtue ot an order ot tho Orphans' Court of
the county of Columbia, the undersigned adu lnls
trator of the estate of Iteuben Bogart, deceased,
will offer at pubUo Bale upon tho premises In the
township ot Hemlock In Bald county of Columbia,
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1888.
at t o'clock tn the afternoon, the real estate of the
said deceased, to-wlt :
No 1, A certain metsuago and tract of land
hltuate tn said township ot Hemlock, bounded by
lsndsof Mathlis Whltcnlght, Isaao Mordan, Al
bert Summers, William Kline, Andrew J. Beagle,
and land of the estate of Anton Schwartz deceased.
containing 77 acres and 106 perches and allowance,
more or less with the appurtenances.
No. 8 A tract of land situate in said township
ot Hemlock, bounded by lands of Isaao Mordan,
David Jones and Charles Relchard and Albert
Summers, containing twenty-six acres, more or
less, with the appurtenance?
Both tracts are of a rood quality of land. Upon
No, 1 are erected good farm buildings, and It has
good fruit trees eta, and with wells and springs
Is supplied wltb water.
TEHMSOF SALK:-One.thlrd of the purchaso
money to be secured by bonds and mortgage, the
Interest to bo paid to the widow ot tho deceased
annually during her life, and the principal pay
able to the heirs upon her death, and the remain
ing two-thirds payable as follows : Ten per cent,
of one-fourth at the striking down ot the property,
the one-fourth leas the ten per cent at tho confir
mation of sale, and the remaining three-fourths
in one 5 ear thereafter, with Interest from confir
Possession will bo given April 1st 1888, on tho
proper security of the purchase money. The ex
pensos ot deed, mortgage and bonds to be paid by
GEORGE W. BOQAKT,
DiHiaiiv, Atty. Administrator.
Real Estate !
The undersigned executors ot tht estate of J. II.
Herman deceased, will expose to public Bale on
the premises In llupert at 10 o'clock a. m. of
SATURDAY December 1, 1888,
the undivided one-halt ot a certain lot ot ground
situate in the town of ltupert aforesaid, bounded
on the east by a publio road and lands ot Lloj d
l'axton on the wost by right of way of tho Cattu
wlssa It. It. Co., on tho south by said Itallroad Co.
and lands ot Lloyd Paxton. whereon la erected a
TEItMS OF SALE Ten per oe nt ot one-fourth of
the purchase money to be paid at the striking
down ot the property, the one-fourth Icbs the ten
per cent at the confirmation absolute and the re
maining three-fourths In one year thereafter with
interest from confirmation nisi.
E It. DItlNKEIt,
Nov o, aw. Executors.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
The undersigned executor of Franklin Ithodea.
late ot Beaver township, Columbia county, de
ceased, will expose to publio aale on the premises
FRIDAK, NOVEMHER 30, 1888.
at 10 o'clock a. m., the following described rea
estate. A certain lot or piece ot land situate In
Mifflin townshlpj said county, bounded as follows
to-wlt: Beginning at a publio road running from
Abram Sweppenhlser'sto OeorgeNungesser'smlll,
thence north as degrees west s perches to a stone,
thence by mnds ot Abram Swepp nhetser north 75
degrees west 8 perches to a stone, thence souths
degrees east 7 8-10 perches to said road, thence
5 MO perches to the place ot beginning, containing
et perches more or less, on which are erected a
dwelling bouse and outbuildings.
TEItMS OF SAi-H Ten per cent of one-fourth of
the purchase money to be paid at the striking
down of the property, the one-fourth less tho ten
percent at the confirmation absolute, and the re
maining three fourth In one year thereafter with
Interest from confirmation nlsL
JAMES T. FOX,
A. L, Fritz, Atty. novo Executor.
The following widows' aDDralaementa will be
presented to the Orphans' Court ot Columbia
county on the first Monday of December next, and
continued nisi, and unless exceptions are filed
within four days thereafter, will bo confirmed ab
solute. albert Wlntersbacb Est, Catawlssa personalty
W, A. Uobblns Est. Orange personalty ijoo.00,
WM. 11. HNTDElt. Clerk O. n.
u. a. iUiv&, Deputy
Wheat per bushel
Ccm " " ....
0?t3 " "
73 1 00
5 to 7
Flour " bbl
Lard per lb
Vinegar per gal
Onions per bushel
Wool per lb
Coal on WiiAitp.
No 0 $2.00: Nos 2. 8, & Lump $3.85
No. 5 3.00 Bltumlmii- 43.2fi
When I say Cunn I do notmeaomerilyto
stop them fur a time, and then have them re
turn again. 1 uuan A KADICA1. CUIIE.
1 have mado the dlaeaso of
FITS, EPILEPSY or
A life-long study. I WAniuirr my remedy to
Cduk the uorat cases. Because others havo
failed is no reason tor not now receiving a euro.
Send at once for a treatise and a Kiiee 1IOTTLU
ot my iNFit.r.lDLU Kkmeuv. Give Exprcis
and Post office, it costs you nothing lor a
trial, and It will cure you. Address
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AdvcrtlHvrH by addressing Geo, P.
Itowcll & Co. 10 spruce St., New York
in good faith, can obtain all needed Information
about any proposed line of ADVERTISING la
rr- sso-page ramphlet, 80o.
Do Your Own Dyeing, at nome, with
PEERLESS DYES !
They will dye everything. They are sold every
where. I'rlco loo. a package 40 colors. They
have no equal for strength, brightness, amount
tn packages, or tor fastness of color, rr non-fading
qualities. They douot crack or smut. For Bale
by Mojer Bros, and Jas. II. Mercer. febl7rly.
I have used
Dr. Seth Arnold's
14 years; never knew It ta
fall. Hat o never hoard any.
thing but praiso ror It.
O. B. Cunningham, Estn
Druggists, 2S&, COc., and 51.00.
n c ne sjot,n witoi
)o.d for IIOUdd-I
LtU ItUlj. Bmi lltKl
I wMCa niM woria. ror-
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Solid Oold Uatilfiic Cam.
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Inswib looailir can Menra on
Wttuwr-wvinl vua par
twin In atb. locavillv. tVi kaau la.
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hetM imrl, wll u tb Wfttcb.w itnd frtcaj iW jtoh
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It la imultiU to toftka tbla f ral offtr, MQdlof tUa ttULIU
l.OLIl wttchand IOMTY Mmjdaa (, tbaibowlof of
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ii, after our aaDiM bava ban lu loollly for a tnontb or tw
vtuiually ftl from IUUU to 0CUUU la Iradafroia lb
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toi the y caa bo imd, all otw America. Writ t o&e,n4
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Mado of tho Beat
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Sola by giving broader
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