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COLUMBIAN AJSTD DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
0. E. Elwell, Iwju,..
J. K. BlUt&bWtr., f
B LOOM8BURQ, PA.
Fill DAY, DEGEMBKH 7, 1888.
Prpg'ulent Cleveland sent his mess
tje to congicss Monday. It is a good
Btato papur and should bo road cnrotully
by ovcrybody. Wo will give it in
full next week.
Tho regular session of December
court opened on Monday morning
Presided Judgo llinokley ana
associates MoIIenry and Murphy on
Con;tablo'fl returns taken.
List of Grand Jurors called, James
M. Ammcrtnan appointed forcmau.
W. W. Barrett appointed tipitaff
to granu ury.
llopori of partition in Cfttito of
William Johnson confirmed nisi.
Commonwealth vh G, Ruckle,
Viewers of a road in ML Pleasant
noarR. C. Howell's continued to next
Common wc.iHU vs. W. Johrj, recog
Commonwealth vs. Josiah Bowen
Exceptions tiled to repoit of road
in bcott near J. M. shews.
Salo of real estate ordered in estate
of Isaac Bowen.
Report of salo ot real ertate in
assigned estate of Daniel Seybert
Estato of 13. C. Hubs, petition to
mortgago red estato filed.
Esiato of S. A. Caswell, opinion of
Report of sale of real estato of J. W.
Harman deceased, confirmed nisi.
Road in Greon wood near Ellis Reese,
opinion filed, discharging ralo to show
cause wuy report snonld not be amend
Fowler vs. B. F. Enke, opinion filed
reversing lodgment ot lustise.
Report of sale in estato of Albert
Ammerman confirmed nisi.
Report of salo in estate of Elizabeth
Lutz continued nisi.
Exceptions filed to account of Abram
Frank L. Mitchell discharged under
tho insolvent laws.
Commonwealth vs. Thos. Jones,
assault, true bill.
Notice of widows election in estate
of Wesley Hess, lunatic, filed.
Commonwealth vs. Thos. Jones
prison breach, true bill.
Commonwealth v. G. ,T. Hoppia,
not pros allowed on payment of oosts,
Commonwealth v.'. John Monohan,
nol pros, allowed on payment of costs
Commonwealth vs. James Bently
nol pros, allowed.
Uzal Fowler discharged under insol
Register!) accounts confirmed uisi
Auditors report confirmed nisi, in estate
of ousanna ilartzel, Martha JJong,
Debora Harrison, Samuel Savage,
Widows appraisements confirmed
Reports of sale in following estates
confirmed nisi: Rebecca B:eech, Maria
Hess, Franklin Rhoads, W. A. Robbins.
Report of viewers in favor of a road
in Pino near L. A. German's
Report m favor of a road in Frank
lin no ar W. G. Fisher, oonfirmed nisi.
Petition for review of a road in
Conyngham near Abraham Sharp's.
Report against a road in Locust
near W. Bahme's confirmed nisi.
Road in Sngarloaf and Jaokson,
near Elijah Peterman's, order contin
ued. Report in favor of a road in Sugar
loar, near John Vanderslico's, con
Sale ordered in estato of Thos. L.
Commonwealth vs. John Crossly,
continued to next session.
Commonwealth vs. Albert Fettirolf,
recognizance forfeited, to be respited
on appearanco of defendant at next
Commonwealth vs. John Clews, con
tinued to next term.
Commonwealth vs. Tho?. Jones, sure.
ty of the pe- ce, defendant not guilt
but pay all costs.
Charles II. Brown sworn as a citi
zen of tho U. S.
Commonwealth vs. Geo. Jones, lar
ceny, case tried, verdiot guilty. (This
was the colored man who stolv a gold
watch and sold it for $4.)
Commonwealth vs. Thos. Jones
prison breach, defendant pleads guilty.
Commonwealth h. samo, assault,
nol. pros, allowed.
J. G. Quick and W. M. Mouroe ap
pointed appraiser in i statu of Daniel
Commonwealth vs. Jennie Scorrei,
larceny, true bill, defendant pleads
Commonwealth a. Michael Walter
and Catherine Walter, assault, ifco.,
true bill case tried, verdict not guilty,
prosecutor Samuel Hardy pay half the
costs and defendant half tho costs.
N. U. Funk continued as auditor in
stnto of Jacob Demott.
J. P. Dewitt vs. G. W. Pealer.
B. F. Fisher and Hannah W. Fibher,
rule granted to show causo why the
judgment should not be stricken off as
against Hannah W. Fisher.
R. R. Little continued as auditor in
ostate of William Sitler.
C. C. Evans coutiuued as auditor in
the cstaio of William Whitenight
Geo. E. Klwell continued as auditor
in the estate ot I). W. Walter.
Elizabeth Snyder vs. W. II. Snyder,
alias subpoena in divorce awarded.
Jenuio A. Fry vs. Thos. S. Fry, alias
mil poena in uivorco awaided,
Louisa Mordan vs. Elias Mordan,
alia subpoena in dlvorco awarded.
J, II. Maize continued as auditor in
ostate of Jacob Chambirlin.
Commonwealth vs. Charles Fred-
cricks, afton, true bill, Tho defend
ant was charged with burning Odd
fellow s Halt at lierwick a year ago
last April. The case was called last
Wednesday morning, aud much timo
was consumed in selecting a jun.
District Attorney Hillmcyer and W.
li. Smith represented the common
wealtr, and Col. Freezo and C. B.
Jackson for tho defers1. The trial is
in progress ah wo go to precs.
Elizabeth Fowler vs. J. K. Fowler,
A. C. Freas appointed commissioner to
V L. Crane vs. W. J. Mansfield,
intw pleader tiled.
J. II. Maizo appointed auditor in
estate of Maiy U. Petercimn.
Amelia Appleruan vs. Peter Brod
rick, rule to show cause why the judg
ment should not be opemd.
Railroad tialns nro being oxport
mentcd with iu regard to heating, but no
ono stems to have just tho light tiling.
A number of cars on tho New York
roads are heated by steam, but whoa
tho cngino is detached tho cars becomo
as cold as a barn. Tho heat wanted is
a steady one, and ono that cau bo de
pended on to bo around when wanted.
Tho goosebono said that wo would
have winter weather in November, and
wo havo bad it. Its further predictions
indicate n hard winter all through.
Heavy storms during tho Christmas
holidays. It is moro than probable
that tho earth will bo covered with
snow when Christmas dawns, and
that a cold north wind will bo blowing
so that Christmvs fires will havo to bo
big and bright fcr comfort. Tho now
year will como in cold nnd clear. Feb
ruary will bo stormy and blustering.
March will bo n repetition of November,
and thcro will bo killing froat in April.
Atlanta, Ga. , has a paper house.
No woodt brick, iron or other material
is used about tho building. It is a neat
Httlo store, painted sky-blue, and was
erected by a frenchman who is ogont
for the paper of which it is constructed.
Tho rafters, tho weather-boarding,
tho roof and tho flooring aro nil made
of thick, compressi d paper boards, Ira
pervious to water and as durablo as
wood. The houso cannot catch on firo
as easily ns a wooden building, bt causo
tho surfaco of tho paper Is smooth and
May affect any portion of the body wliero the
raucous membrane Is found. But catarrh ot
the head Is by tar the most common, and the
most liable to be neglected. It cannot bo
cured by local applications. Being A consti
tutional disease- It requires
Ringing a constitutional remedy llko
u I Hood's Barsaparllla, uhlch,
noiBOB working through tho blood,
eradicates the Impurity which causes and pro
motes the catarrh, and soon effects n perma
nent cure. M the same time Hood's Barsa
parllla builds up the whole system, and makes
one feel renewed la strength
and health. If you suffer Impure
from catarrh, be sure to Blood
try Hood's Barsaparllla.
" I used Hood's Barsaparllla for catarrh, and
recelred great relief and benefit from It. The
catarrh was Tery disagreeable, especially In
the winter, causing constant discharge from
my nose, ringing noises
Hood's In my ears, and pains In
earBaparinaTh0 elIort t0 clear my
head In the morning by hawking and spitting
was painful. Hood's Barsaparllla gave mo
relief Immediately, while lu time I was en
tirely cured. I am ncrer without the medi
cine In my house as I think It
Is worth Its weight In gold." ClirOS
Mbj.O.B.O ub, 1029 Eighth r-fnh
Bt,N.W., Washington, D.O.
" I was troubled with that annoying disease,
nasal catarrh, and never found relief till
I took Hood's Sarsaparllla." J. I- Houtt,
Marksburg, Ky. N. B. Be sure to get
SoldbyalldruggliU. Il!iforS5. rreparedonly
fey C. L HOOD A CO., AittacrlM, Lowell, Mais
100 Doses One Dollar
niit.iDii.rnu, Monday, Dec. 3, isss.
The biggest, brightest, full
est, best number of Book News
ever issued is the one for Dec
ember, just out. 112 pages,
and mavbe fifty choice illustra
tions picked Irom new Holiday
Books. It you care to know
what the publishers have been
doing for this Christmas season,
ask Book News. The whole
story is between its covers; a
complete list, something of the
scope and character of most of
the books, and in every case the
Wanamaker prices always
fair and generally below any
That's the Holiday side of
Book News; the- other sides are
there just as usual. We mean
Book News to be your quick
and safe guide to everything
that counts in the world of
books or among book people
50 cents a year, The mam
moth Holiday number sent to
any address Jor 5 cents.
Plaids are all their brightest,
t wealth ot tnem, as it every
tartan possibility had been sun
stamped on these warm soft
wools. We don't pretend to
count them- There's nothing
short. Stripes and cluster
stripes and broken stripes,
prism tinted, crossed, cris-cross-ed
and tangled. Nothing that
seems dull or dead.
Let one of the quietest,
simplest styles stand for all. A
plaid camel hair, cut into half
inch squares by half-inch wide
stripes both ways, and sprink
led with bright specks like but
tercups in a June meadow. A
first-class, good weight, 42-inch
stuff. It has been $1,25, now
75c. Not a grain of reason for
the drop, or for the drop in
dozens more dress stuffs ex
cept that we don't wait till
down of a season to do
in all tho
such another gathering of
Novelty Dress Stuffs,
hear it from all around.
odds whether the visitor is from
about town or from New York
or Chicago or wherenot, that's
the word we get.
rich and exclusive.
Silk-corded Borders, in fairy
Persian Borders, splendid
with color-glimpses of the Ori
ent. You can put in half an hour
among them and see a new de
light between every breath.
More and more room for
Handkerchiefs. It is always so
this time of year. 84 feet of
counters does very well for
samples, but that's before the
buying begins. There is
one long counter for Rllk Handkerchiefs,
one long counter for Men's Linen Handker
chiefs. Two long counters for Women's Linen Hand
kerchiefs. The Linen is pure Linen.
We've said that time and again,
but you can't hear it too often.
It would bo much easier for us
to get cotton-and-linen or all
cotton Handkerchiefs, just as
most other stores do. It would
be quite as easy to keep on in
the common rut and call them
"Linen." But we don't do
things that way. Linen is
Linen here, just as everything
else in the store is exactly what
wo say it is.
The little Handkerchiefs for
boys and girls are just as true
flax as the big ones for bigger
folks. You may have them
or with fancy sewing.
Let one kind Ladies' Em
broidered White Linen Hand
kerchiefs show how varieties
run : One hundred and fifty
six distinct styles, 35c to $4
each. Everyone new this sea
son. We never had anything
approaching them for sorts.
And we've made no count
of the thicket of Wo
men's White Linen Hand
kerchiefs, embroidered or hem
stitched, at 25c and under ( A
wonderfully good one at I2c)
or of the higher flight into
white, lace edged goods up to
Women's Plain White Linen
Handkerchiefs, 1 !
and 2 inch hems, $1 to $4.20 a
We believe our Women's
1 2 ic white unlaundered Initial
Handkerchief the best for the
money ever sold. Dimes do as
much accordingly for you in
Misses' Handkerchiefs scal
loped, hemstitched, embroider
ed and printed, 10 to 35c.
Boys' Colored Handker
chiefs, woven border, 5, 6, and
And so the story runs but
you haven't had half of it.
Best of All
Cough medicines, Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral la In greater demand than ever.
No preparation for Throat and Lung
Troubles is so prompt in Its effects, so
agreeable to tho taste, and ao widely
known as this. It Is the family modi,
cine iu thousands ot households.
"I have suffered for years from a
hronclil.il trouble that, whenever I take
cold or am exposed to Inclement weath
er, shows Itself by a very annoying
tickling sensation in tho throat and by
illfiiculty in breathing, I have tried a
great many remedies, but none does so
wen as Ajcr-s t;nerry I'eciorat wmcn
always gives prompt relief In returns of
my old complaint.'1 Ernest A. Hepler,
Inspector of l'ubllo ltoads, Parish Ter-
re lionne, La.
" I consider Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a
most Important remedy
For Home Use.
I havo tested Its curative power, In my
family, many times during the past
thirty years, and havo never known it
to fall. It will relievo the most serious
affections of the throat and lungs,
wlmther In children or adults." Mrs.
Ji. G, Jidgerly, Council Bluffs, Iown.
"Twenty years ago I was troubled
with a disease of tho lungs, Poctora
afforded mo no relict nnii considered
my casu hopeless. I then began to uso
Ajer's Cherry Pectoral, and, before I
had finished ono bottle, found relief. I
continued to tuko this medicine until a
cure was effected. I believe that Ayer'a
Cherry Pectoral saved my life."
Bamuol Griggs, Waukegan, ill.
" Six years ago I contracted a severe
cold which settled on my lungs and
soon developed all tho alarming symp
toms of Consumption. I had a cough,
night sweats, bleeding of tho lungs,
pains in chest and sides, and was so
prostrated ns to ho conflnod to my
lil most of tlio time. After trying
various prescriptions, without benefit,
my physician dually determined to give
no Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I took it,
and the effect was magical. I seemed
to rally fiom tho first doso ot this
medicine, and, after using only three
bullies, cm as well nnd sound as ever."
ltoduey Johnson, Springfield, 111,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Or. J. C. Ayer Sc Co., Lowell, Man.
Void ty all Dru jr(1u. Vt let $1 ; sis tottlM, Ih
DMIN18TH ATOIt'B NOTICE
Jtttate of J. Brumgiettpr of Oranoe rirn.
Not lee fa hereby given that letters; of admlnls
tratlon on the estate ot J. Hrumsietu-r, late ot the
township ot Orange, county ot Columbia, and state
of Pennsylvania, deceased, have been granted to
11 w urumsu-ueroi urangeviue, county or i oium.
bla P.L. U whom all Dersocs Indebted to said cs
tatearorequ sted to mako 'payments, and those
having claims of demands will mavo known the
same wiinoui ue lay.
It. V. UltUMSTETTKIt, Adrar.
Dec I Orangevllle.
JCittltA of Rnimipl XiinnpxsM.
Notice Is hereby given that letters of adminis
tration on me estate or amuei Nungeascr, late
ot the township ot Heaver, county ot Columbia,
and state of feunsylvanla, deceased, have been
county of Columbia fa., and Wm. Veager of
llazleton, I-werne county, Pa., to whom all per.
tons Indebted to paid estate are requested to make
payments, and thobo hiving claims or demands
win mute known tue same without ueiay.
II. W. NUNUKS3KR,
. WM- E- VEAOEH,
Nov 30 Administrators.
nPO THE HOLDEHS OP THE IIOND3
I OK TIIK UIOOMBIIITRG STATE NORAHI,
HUMUUL, MKUUKEll Ut 'I UK FlllST MOKTHAUK,
DATED SEPTEMBER 1, MM
Kotlte Is herebv elven that Interest on all bondn
putstandlng up to September 1, 1WW, will bo paid
on preaentatlon of
.he same to the Treasurer, at
bis ortlco in
lulu iu luuumsuunr,
oomsburg, at any time within 19
from November as isss. If the bonds are
not iircBented br D-cember es. 18s. the interest
will be defaulted and the fund applied to other
11. J. CLARK,
nov so Treasurer.
Kiil Est site !
There will be exposed to pubUo sale on the
premises In Flsnlngcreelc township on
WEDNESDAY, Jfitimry Oth, 1880,
at 10 o'clock a m. the following described property
owned br Uie estate of John Laubach, deceased:
Beginning at a post along the public road to a
corner, to lands suire ed for Richard Bright,
tuer.ee along said Brlgbt'a survey and adjoining
lands of Lemons t Pealer north 84 degrees, weat
VO perches to a pott, thenoe by lands of W hitc
nlght Bros, south :3 degrees, west forty-two and
three-tenths perches to a hemlock corner, thence
by lands of J M Laubach touth 2 degrees, east
forly-ote aud seven-tenths perches to a chestnut
.oak, thence by the same south nx degrees, east
one hundred and two percliea to stone corner,
thence by the tame north ei degrees, aast v?
pcrcbaa to place of beginning, containing 88 acres
more or looa.
TERMS OK SALE: Ten per cent, of one-fourth
ot the purchase money to pe paid at the striking
down ot the property ; the one-fourth less the ten
per cent, at the confirmation of bale and the re
maining three-fourth In one year thereafter, with
Interest from confirmation nisi.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOIt
Notice Is hereby given that an application will
bemadototheuoicrnorot rennaylynnia on the
fourteenth dy of iKvemb'-r . I, 188 b W H
Monroe. OWNcahJW Wllllts. Bamuol Neyhsrd.
V K Wirt, U M Dotd, O II Campbell, J ll
Malro and James Corcoran, cttirens of the
slate of Pennsylvania, under the Act of Assembly
approved April wtti IS74, entitled, "An Act to pro.
vldo for tho Incorporation and regulation of cer
tain corporations." and the supplements thereto,
for tho '"barter of an Inf-nded orporatlon to be
called "1 ho Mannr llest Inn Company." Tho said
corporation Is formed for the purpose of establish
ing and malntalnli g an hotel, to bo located at
Jameson City, Columbia county, said suto and
for this purpose to have posscea, and enjoy ml the
rhihts, benefits and prlvl cues ot aula Act of
A&ecmbly and supplements thereto.
A. I.. FltlTZ,
Nor. 91 1S39. solicitors.
FK1CK OV TUE BL00.M8UUHU
WTBlt COM PAN V.
1IL00MS11U110 PA,, H0YKMI1K1I 22, 189?.
BP EOALN0T1CK TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Tho Hoard of Directors of this company have
called a special meeting of Its stockholders, to bo
held at my office, the general ofllco of the com
pany, In Uloomsburg, on Saturday, January a,
A I). 18S. at and between tho hours of two (t!)
and fonr (4) o'clock r. u , tor tho purpose ot voting
tor or ngalnst an Increase ot tho Capital Block.
KIIANK P. MIXMKYER, Beoy.
w. i. ium i M.
Christmas is coming! Every
body knows it nnd everybody
expects a Christmas present.
Nearly everybody will get them
too. What tho presents will be
depends much upon tho purse of
the giver, and the tastes of the
recipient. If your friends are
fond of cjood reading, a year's
subscription to the Century,
Harper's Magazine, or Bazar,
Scribners or in fact any good
magazine or paper will please
them. Just here let us say, we
will furnish you any book, paper,
magazine, or publication known,
at the publishers' price, and
what is more, if you live in town
wo will deliver it at your door.
For Father or Mother there is
nothing nicer, or that will give
more satisfaction than a pair of
good spectacles. Trust us to fit
their eyes; we'll manage that.
We begin to show our Christinas
goods the last ot this week.
The season of the year is here
when you live almost entirely
This is the timo to beautify
yourhomes by papering them;
ana why put it oil till spring.
uiesc rooms win iook uist 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 6tock of wall
paper mat in size and beauty is
second to none in the county.
These aro the best goods from
the best makers. The prices are
in accordance with the value of
W. H. Brooke & Co.,
Successors to G. A. Clark.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
Real Estate !
By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of
the county of Columbia, the undersigned add lnls
trator of the estate of Reuben Bogart, deceased,
will offer at public sale upon the premises In the
township ot Hemlock In said county ot Columbia,
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1888.
at 2 o'clock In the afternoon, the real estate of the
said deceased, to-wlt:
No l. A certain messuage and tract ot land
Mtuato in Bald township of Hemlock, bounded by
lands of Mathlis Whitenight, Isaac Mordan, Al
bert Bummers, William Kline, Andrew J. Beagle,
and land of the estate of Anton bchwartz deceased,
containing 77 acres and 106 perches and allowance,
more or less with tho appurtenances.
No. ! A tract ot land situate In said township
ot Hemlock, bounded by lands of Isaac Mordan,
David Jones and Charles Relchard and Albert
Summers, containing twenty-six acres, more or
less, with the appurtenance:
Both tracts are of a t ood quality of land. Upon
No, 1 aro erected good farm buildings, and It has
good fruit trees etc., and with wells and springs
Is supplied with water.
TERMS OF BALE:-One-thlrd ot the purchase
money to be secured by bonds and mortgage, the
Interest to be paid to the widow qf tho deceased
unnually during her life, and the principal pay
able to the hens upon her death, and tho remain
ing two.thlrds payable as follows : Ten per cent.
ot one-fourth at the striking down of tho property,
the one-fourth less the ten per cent at the connr
mat Ion ot sale, and the remaining three-fourths
In one ) car thereafter, with Interest from conlir
Pos-esslon will be given April 1st 1888, on tho
proper security ot the purcliaso money. The ex.
peusei of deed, mortgage and bonds to bo paid by
OEOHOK V. BOOART,
lUHxiav, Atty, Administrator,
NuV 16 St
By virtue ot sundry writs Issued out ot the
Court ot Common Pleas ot Columbia county and
to mo directed ill be exposed to public sale at
court House, In the town of Bloomsburg on
SATURDAY, DfcuraUr 20th, 1888
at 3 p. m., the following real estate situate In
Beaver township, Columbia county J'a., bounded
and described as follows, to-wlt t On the south by
lands of Daniel nearharl, on tho west by
lands of Haao Ilanler, on the north by publlo
road, and on the cast by lands of Jacob Sherman,
containing eighty-seven acres, moro or less, where,
on Is erected a two story frjmo house, bank barn,
and other outbuildings.
Selred taken In execution at tho suit of Simon
Johnson vs. Ellas Sillier, and to bo sold as the
properly ot Ellas Miller,
Fmaia, Atty. Vend. Ex.
The following described real ettate n Reaver
township, Columbia county Pa., bounded and de
scribed as follows, to-wlt i On the south by lands
of SI' Wolverton, on tho west by lands ot 8 I'
Wolverton and Peter Knight, on the north
by lands of widow bteely, now Mrs. Fisher, and on
the east by lands ot William Boyleu, containing
thlny-four acres, more oi less, whereon are erect,
(d a tw o Btory lank house and other out buildings.
Selred taken In execution at the suit ot Jacob
Loncenberger vs. Henry Smoyer, and to be sold as
the property of Henry Smoyer.
ZiKK. atty. Vend. Ex.
All that certain messuage and lot of ground
situate In the village of Stillwater, Flshlngcreek
township, Columbia county, fa., bounded and de
scribed as follows, to-wlt ,- On the north by a pub
lic ro id. on tho cast by lot pt John Barber, on the
south by lot of Samuel Smith, and on the west by
the public road leading from stllwater to Benton,
contalsli gcne-balf acre more or less, whereon are
erected a two story dwelling house, a shoemaker
shop, stable and outbuildings.
Se)zed, taken Into execution and to be bold as
the property of Krapk wqir.
JiBtiK & Uibhiko, Attys. Ft Fa,
Deo T Sheriff,
Q I lAUTEU KOtTce!
In the Court of common I'less. for the county of
coiumoia or reuruary icrui, imi no.
Notl o la neieby riven that ah ppilcatlon will
be made to the said court on Saturday the Itth
day of December ltt, at 10 o'clock a. m, under
the Act of Assembly ot the Commonwealth of
l'ennavlvai la. entitled "An Act to Drotlda for the
Incorporation and regulation of certain corpora.
liuuv appruvm April zv, ' uuu iuo oujiiud
menLs theretu for the charterer an Intended cor.
nnv tmn lnha..lu II nulnn nt kt lr,iaHlta nf
Centralla. Pa." thotii iractcrand object whereof
is uenenciai and lorine auvanceuirui, ui mem
tiire apfl sebnee, aud for these purposes 10 have.
pusvHi ana enjoy an ins nguis, ik-ul-uui hmu t ri
vilegea of the sad Apt Pt A? wb)r and Its tuppli)
CHARLES U. DAUKLKV.
Nov, w.si. solicitor,
1850 to 2C00. .110.00 t. 135.00
ULSTER COAT CAPE COAT
12.00 to S500 15.00 to t 25.00
1338 CHESTNUT STREET
(Opposite the Mint)
Mall Orders specially cared tor.
This Instllutlonls a hltrh crude. Business Col
leee, giving Instruction in every department ot
uusmesa euucatiou. in aaaiuoa to tuu n-Kuiur
business course It makes a specialty of Phono
graphy, Type-writing, Telegraphy, and ornamen
tal Penmanship. Tho prominent feature of the
Commercial course is its practical character.
rearl every set ot books has been taken from
tlrst-clasa business establishments, and a large
proportion of the coumo In book-keeping Is made
up from our system ot actual business practice,
unsurpassed In the scientific annllcatlon to mod-
em business methods. A larger proportion of our
graauares regularly ootain nrst-ciass posiuuus
than from any other commercial college In the
state. Year begins Aug. 29, w. For circulars
address W. L. DEAN, Principal.
Nov 9m. Kingston, Fa.
BSTATB Or ISliC CnKVKLINd DltCKlSKD, LATE OF
Thn linrtprfiltrnwl nurttfor Annotated bv the Or-
Chans' court of colurawa county Pa., to distribute
alanceinthehandsotCM Crevollng. Executor,
will sit at his office In Uloomsburg on Friday Dec.
7th, lva, at 10 o'clock a. m. to perform tho duties
of his appointment, when and where all parties
having claims against said estate must appear and
firovo them or bo debarred from any sharo In said
Nov 10 4w Auditor.
By virtue ot a writ of Fl. Fa. Issued out ot the
Court of Common Pleas ot Columbia county and
to me directed, will be exposed to public sale at
the Court House, In the town ot Bloomsburg on
SATURDAY, December 8, 1888,
at 2 o'clock p. m., all t hat Northern half ot a cer
tain lot or piece ot ground situate In the town of
Centralla, laid out by the Locust Mountain Coals
Iron Company In Conyngham township, Columbia
county, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as
follows, to-wlt : Beginning nt n point on the east
side ot Troutwtne Street, one hundred feet north
ot the coutheast corner ot Park and Troutwlne
Streets, thenco north eighty-seven degi ees east
one hundred and forty feet to an alley, thenco
along said alley south three degrees east twelve
and one-half fei t, thence south eighty-seven de
grees west one hundred and forty feet to Trout-
wins Street, thenco along said street north three
degrees west twelve and one-halt feet to point of
beginning, whereon Is erected a two-story frame
dwelling houso and outbuildings.
Seized, taken In execution and to be sold as tho
property ot nugh A. Conway. Vh Fa.
Marr, atl'y. Sheriff.
p HAUTE R NOTICE.
TSotlce Is herebv dven that an nnnltcatlon will
bn made to the Court of Common Pleas of Col
umbia county, on the tenth day of December next
at ten o ciock in tne rorenoon. unaer Act or Assem.
blv entitled. "An Act to provide for the incorpora
tion and regulation ot certain corporations." ap
proved April vtl 1874. and the supplements thereto,
by Rev. J. A. Peters, Rev. F.C. Yost, Rev. 8 8.
L'.t,lA. 1,a T u U'.mi., anil U.v AWh.i1 (Inn.
fortho'clnrter ot an tnterded corporation to be
called "The Wjomlng Classls of the Reformed
Church tn the united states," tne Character ana
object f which Is tho advancement and promotion
of tho doctrines, customs nnd nsaces of the Re
formed Church In the United States, and for theso
purposes to hare, posses', and enlov all the tights
benefits and privileges conferred by the Act of
Assemuir aiorcsmu, anu its suppieiut-uis.
U. W. MILLER,
Nov 10 solicitor.
Harper's Young People.
AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY.
IUiipir's YorjNri Pkoplk begins Its tenth volume
with the first Number In November. During the
year it will omialn nvo serial stories. Including
'uory.'naius, uv iviri. niuuruc: "iiw ii.-u jauS'
tanB."bv W. O. SttHldard : and "A Day In Wax
land." hv R. K. Munklttrlclc: "Nell Thurlow's
Trial," by J, T. Trowbtldue ; "Tho Three Wishes,"
by F. Anstry and nrander Matthews; a Berles ot
fairy tales written and Illustrated by Howard
I'yle; "Home studies in Natural History," by Dr.
Felix ... Oswald -. "Little Experiments." bv Sonhla
ll. llerrlck i "Ohmpses ot Child-life from Dickens,"
bv Manraiet K. santrster: articles on virlous
sports and nastlmes. short stories by the best
writers, ana nuumruus papers aim puems. wuu
manv hundreds of Illustrations of excellent oual.
Ity. Every line In the paper Is subjected to the
most rigid editorial scrutiny. In order that nothing
imrmiui way cuivr iia uuiuuma.
An epitome of everything that Is attractive and
deslnble In Juvenile literature. notion Courier.
A weekly feast ot uood iblmr to the boys a"d
girls in every family which It visits. lirooUin
It Is wonderful In Its wealth ot pictures, In for
mauon, ana inierosu i -nriariari .laruaiir, .1, 1 ,
TERMS; Postago Prepaid, t3 00 rer Yoar,
Vol. X. begin) .Vowmber 6, 1988,
Specimen Copy tent on ffeefpf of a Hoo-ciUHamp,
Skol NcustBS, Hvo CentB eaph.
Itemlitances should bo made by rost-Omce
filUUKf uruer ur uruii iu mtuiu tuuuuu ui luaa.
.Vftfunnpf r$ are not to copy thti atterllsemmt
v tlluMt tin efiren order of lliHrim & Uuoruxai,
Address I IIARI'EIl ft RROTUERS, New York.
Tim iiiitlerHirjriifd liaviui' lipmi rn
stored to litaUli by Bimplu means', after
Biii-iiririK or several yuars wuu n severe
lung affection, and tlmt dread disease.
CnKMUiKriou. la anvioiH to makn
known to his fellow Bufferors tho means
of curt1, To tlioao who desire it, ho will
oht't-rliilly send (free of charge) a copy
of tho iieecriplion uod, which thoy
will find ft'tiroouro for Cons iimition,
Asthma, Catarrh, JiiiovuiiiTis and
all throat mid lung Maladies, lie
ho pes nil siifTcrors will try his Rrtnedy,
n it u Invaluable. Til 00 deslrinir Ihn
priHcripllon, which will cost them noth-
tin nr. A man r r i' i n K'nualnn urill
llll'l ai ll 111 11 invifv - vorjiui!! Hill
pltuso whirrs', Uuy. Kdwaru A. Wil-
soh, WiMainiburg, jvmgs County,
vr v I. A A. .1 ri
8S0 t. 8.S0
tolls yon tlmt jmtromigc hits been so favorable Unit wo nro compelled to mid
MORE AND FINER GOODS
to our stock. AVc have now the
FmeM Mm af m9c&at Muits for
Mm,j YmtMfj May huM MMzm,
that can be shown outside of New York or hiladelphia. Wo have just received our Holiday
Goods, such its
Gold-handle Umbrellas, Fine Silk
peeiers, Floest off Seal sMn Caps,
Finn Silk and Berlby Mate,
As said before,
- WLy 1
Onr opening this week with
tive Christmas Goods will draw
by rail and wngon.
iW PL USH GOODS WE HA YE THE LATEST.
IN BOOICS WE HAVE TUE BEST AND
We cannot undertake to mention or mime articles as thev nr
by the hundreds and thousands. You cannot expect to take the
exhibition in your mind, it must be seen to fully realize its beauty.
majtr-vjoous sout now wui not oe exenanged.
I. W. Harliiiaia & Sons.
P. S. Don't forget the handsome dishes.
Building, 'm Pcnna
U&S ItlSt rCCelVdl U fllin linn nf .ltr.ruinrn
pit-to line ot Jewelry, ClockB, &c. Goods'
niio.t r,. ...... .y .
-uu iiuuiu my oiucii uciore purcuasing
On nf thn lnliaf i tvi vtt n u a l.n
which enables ono to play without disturbing anyone iu tho vicinity and with
WE ARE OFFERING BARGAINS ON THESE INSTRUMENTS
THE GEORGE STECK & CO PIANO, after thirty years of severest test
aro used, on account oi unequalled durability, by Ofi colleges and many others
iu iuu uniiuu oiaies.
THE ESTRV TTPnrfJUT PIAVfl
world for upright jiiane. and tho
introduced with unrir1it ninnna
-n - j "
... . . . . r . v. . .
1 lie. Urii,Kv 1'lArlU has a reputation of 38 years. A warranted of five
years is given witu eacu instrument,
Our LINE of ORGANS is very complete, wo havo THE CELEBRATED
ESTEY, THE MILLER, WORCESTER, UNITED STATES, and other
Wo have tho celebrated WHITE, NEW DOMESTIC. NEW HOME
STANDARD ROTARY, ROYAL ST. JOHN, NEW DAVIS, and
NEW HOME. io, anu
Pianos, Organs and Sowing Machines sold
on installment plan.
Wo have also banjos, guilarn, Gorman
acconlcons, blow accoidton", flute, lifts,
mouth organs, drum", &u. . Five hundred
pieces of ten cent nhtot iiiumi1, Ac, to.
Second hand piannn, orgnns and sewing
machines on hand, and received iu exchange
for new ones.
Agent for UutUilek and Domistio paper
patterns and faMiion books. Sewing machine
needlec, oils and attachments for all maohines
always in stock,
" Wttlet'lN VISIBLE Sound Dloi
L fflaier, Reliable Clothier,
our aim is to sell lots of goods at
llf I IE? IN COLUMBIA
the largest, finest and most attrac
all classes from far and near,
l.n.ll' ll, Wi,.. .,! ...
purchased of me engraved free ot clinrpe.
. ... -
All rrnnrla imnrnntpnil
WELLS, Bloomsburir, Pa.
We havo in stock a finer line of illusion
instruments than has ever been bought in
this eoction, and we aro making ripocial
inducement to purchasers for tho holiday
"eason. Wo got our inetrumr-uts direct
from tho iuiuufaa:orit, and can offer
hotter terms than can bo given by any
THE 1VERS Ss POND PIANOS
btand at tho head.
ONE HUNDRED OF THESE NOW
IN USE at tho BOSTON CONSERVA
WW Gni?'M OTAI) A rtvn nrftrni,im
,iil, n.,m r..nn,;nr. 1.,.. :.. .1..
...... IVJIVWUH ULUUII, itrBU III nil'
first and only perfect repeating action
tt is the I'est medium priced piano in
CHEAP FARMS AND HOMES
rrlceelpw. gioo to 830,000 1 healtby cllmite
flue boll 1 close, to cttled ny water or railroad! salt
yt ater luxuries abundant. Send Btamn for trice
IntimaplOO, MflLVlN It ilANCHA, Annatolli
Wheat per bushel
Kyc " "
Ccru " " ....
Oats ' "
Flour " bbl
H 1 00
5 to 7
Lard per lb
Vinegar per gal
Onions pur bushel
Wool per lb
Coai. ON WllAlir.
No 0 $3.00: Nos 2. 8, & Lump 3.8.'i
No. G $3.00 Ullnmlnuf 3.2r.
CHRISTIAN F. ttNAPr, UMJOMBUt ltU.P ,
HOME, Of N. Y.
MKUUHAVIW, OP NEWARK, N. J.
'LINTON, N. V.
PEOPLES' N. Y.
GERMAN AMERICAN INS. CO.,NEW YORK.
OREKNWIOII INS. CO., NEW YORK.
JERSEY CITY FIRE IJ'B. CO., JERSEY
CITY, N. J.
These "in coktobations are well seasoned ur
av-o and nun txsted and have never ret bad a
lossBettledby anycourtof law. Their assets are
til Invested In solid sicuhitikb are liable to the
hazard 01 nKKomy.
Losses rROMFTLY and honestly adjusted and
j aid as soon as determined by Cuuistiin r.
KNiFP, RPKCUL AOXNT AND ASJCBTXa ULOOHSBCHO,
ThowoDleoI Columbia county should natros-
lzo the agency where losses It any are settled and
pan ny one oi iner own citizens.
muAi ovuii i, rAi udiji.'w.
lva va vc "BooN. ov "WSV
DON T YOUR
Rubber Doots until
you havo seen tho
with "Eltenalon Edco"
& Napoleon Top. This
U tho best fitting nnd
MOST DURABLE BOOT
In the market.
Mado of tho Best
stock. The "Extension
Edeo" protects tho up
per, adds to wear of the
Sole by glvlnc broader
AND SAVES MONEY
FOR THE WEARER.
nat .M. MB! MM Dtl V voUP AROTIOS UN
UiiEM I TIL YOU HAVE SEEN THE
with "Outside Counter." Ahead of ALL
others In style & durability. If you want the
worth of your money try the Colchester with
Eopt Hereby Best Stores.
AT WIIOI.ESALK 11V
MORGAN MHOS. He CO.,
Kb 11I i.iiiiiM ;iin " mends bioUu
China, Ulus-i, Wood, U-utlier, Metals, Fur
niture, etc., with Everlasting Tcuuclty
Hold by Orocers, DrugjlxU aud Ucucrul
FOR SALE BY
I. W. Hartman & Sons, W. II. nrooka t W.
TUo Oreat Eastern Tea Co., O. N. Wllaon,
J. II. Mercer.
Elvr ell t Blttenbenaer.
Cleanies and bcautifiei lh bur.
1'rotnotei a luiuriant erowth.
Ntvr Falls to Rfiior. Grlj
rroTinU Dandruff uii tudr rUliif
Cure all Pain or WeaknPBs across the Kldncji,
Back or Loins. Ihey draw the win from tw
Kidneys to the surface of llie body, ab-orb all
Disease, and restore the Kidneys to aliealtbycoa.
Sold by nil Druggists. Price 50c.
A good man to represent ua as local agent. Can
(five control ot territory and steady work, wm
pay good wages and guarantee Buccess. rite to
J. AVHTIN HII AW, NnrHcrjrunHi
MADE WITH BOIUNC WATER.
MADE WITH BOILING MILK.