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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT. RLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. I
, J. Z. Bltttnttnltr.,
FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 188D.
The joint resolution to submit tho
Prohibition nmondmcotto tho consti
tution to a voto of tho tiooplo tissued
tho Hondo finally on Tuesday by a voto
with tho Democrats against tho roso-
lutiou, ami seven Democrats voted
with tho Republicans for it. Tho
rooolatiou will undoubtedly pass tho
Senate, tind It is expected that tho
amendment will bo voted upon at a
special eleotlon to bo held sometime in
THE 00DET AND THE LICENSES.
Persons ensncred in an effort to ro
strain the liquor tiaffiu are entitled to
all respect and consideration, and so
far aa this paper is ooncernod, thoy are
at liberty at all times, and in all proper
wars, to brine their views bofore the
public Bat it scorns remarkable that
tt should talce tho good p-oplo who are
battling for tho temporanoo cause, bo
N long to learn the faot that in all pro-
obedingsin court tbo law makes no
distinction between parties. In the
nnnlieiulon for linuor licenses, tho laws
of the state, and the rules of court of
Columbia Cvnntv make certain pro
visions and regulations with which all
applicants are compelled strictly to
comply. The petition must be in cer
tain form, it must conform to tbo act
of assembly in every particular; it must
contain the signatures of at least twelve
residents of the borough or1 pwnship;
it must be filed at least thro, weoks
before the dav fired for license court,
and must be advertised in a particular
way three times in two newspaper
A failure to comply with any one ol
the provisions of tho law, is fatal to
On tho other hand, there are oertain
provisions regarding tho manner in
which the, proceedings on behalf of
thoso who wish to oppose tho granting
of licenses shall be conducted. The
Supreme court has said that general
remonstrances against the license sys
tem ought not to bo considered; the
specifio reasons why tho licenses ought
not to be granted mutt be set forth in
each particular case. The rules of
court provido that ''remonstrance
against tho granting of license must be
filed seven days bofore the day ap
pointed for tho hearing. If there are
3ny specifio objections to the granting
of such license thoy must bo sot forth
in the remonstrances so required to bo
filed " It is true that the rules pormit
additional petitions of residents of th
township or borough to be filed on oi
before the day of hearing, but this is
only in regard to those cases in whioh
a romonstrance has been filed a week
A failure to comply striotly with tho
provisions of the law laid down for the
gntdanoe of the opponents of licenses,
is just as fatal to their proceedine-
aa a failure on the part of license ap
plicants is to theirs. Tbo courts oan
make no distinction. The fact that
individuals or organizations are engaged
iu great moral work does not give
them ay greater privileges than others
are enntiea t, wnen wev appear m
court, either in person or by petition.
If their remonstrance' are not in legal
form, and arc not filed in oourt as re
quired by'lrfw, ihey are not entitled V
anv more consideration than Mh
petitions of applicants containing sinii
far defeots. That such is the eas, i
the reanirement of tho law. an.) not of
the courts; and as in thf pvt. in thf
future, tt Is liklv that the whole n
cense Question will be dVn.lt with liv
the court in compliance with the plain
requirements of the law. Tho"0 who
hope to accomplish any iood by dim
inishing the numlr of licenced place-
in this county, shoulri do it in uie man
ner point d out by law. so lonit a
the law of the state recognizes a li
cense system, so long tho courts muni
erant licenses in accordance with that
law, and petitions to tbe'enurt akinp
that no licenses be granted in Hi
oounty will bo useless until the It gis-
latnre shall make a chance, xne legi
lature makes tho laws: tho courts ad
minister them as they find them upon
the statute books.
We are not defending the license
system. That (jue-tion does not arise
in this present discussion. We simply
insist that all bnsimss of tho courts
shall be oonduoted in the manner de
fined by law. and that is what th
court has done in the disposition ot the
license cases this week. There may be
tome who will denounce the Judgi s
for crantintr any licenses, but all goiwl
law abiding people who will tako the
trouble to inform themselves as to the
law of the matter, will uphold the
court in havinir conscientiously and
lawfully discharged its duty.
From oar Regular Correspondent.
Washington, Jan. 21, 1889.
Reoresentativo Springer backed by
145 of his collencucs, has iiiveu the
Itepbulican Senate an opp- rtuuity ot
snowing how sincere the great interest
they aro constantly expressing for the
territories really is. If thoy accept
Mr. Surinuer's bill as passed by the
House. South Dakato with two Repre
Htntatives and Montana with one will
will be admitted as States by Prtsi
dential proclamation just as soon sb
tho voters accopi mo oonuvuuuu
rpudv formed, and North Dakato,
Washington and Now Mexioo may be
formed. If thev reieo. this bill thy
i.ostnone lor months tbo admission of
nnv nf tho territories.
Senators Qormau. Vest, Vanoo and
others aro vigorously oombating the
frrowint? sentiment among the Demo
crats in the Rous to aeo-ipt the Senate
Tariff bill as better thin no legislation
on t unbieot. Tbev aritue that the
Senate bill is moro objeotionablo than
tho existing law, as it increases tho
duties on articles in which tho masses
rirn directlv interested notably iron,
cotton and wool. Thoy oontend that
when tbo bill is referrd to a conference
committee, the Demooratlo conferees
should bo insmitted to lake a fnni
In behalf of the necessaries of
i;r ..! lt tho Republicans tako all
Ibe'iespojisibililles of framing a lariff
bill to suit tin mBeiveit in iuo ui wv
cms. Tho other side of the question
is represented by Representatives
Wilson, of West Virginia, and Catch,
lugs, of Mississippi, who aro of the
opinion that the Republicans would bo
greatly disappointed if tho House
Should agree to tho Senate bill, and for
that teason they favor doing so, as iIih
nieasuro contains tome good 'Mnnyt i ami
is tliereforo better than no bill. Ihey
contend that as long as tho Republicans
clolmto havfcanied the election on
.i..t.riffidud that they should be
allowed to pats their bill. That this
Is the status of tho matter at this time.
But thoso who aro in positions to know,
say that tho Sonato bill will never be
considered by tho House
The old adago that "a house utviueu
against iUelt will fall", Is likely to
prevent the passage of a bill admitting
Utah ps a State, notwithstanding tho
fact that a Democratic caucus ot tuo
IIouso has agreed to pass it. Governor
West, of Utah, is here working hard
to provont the passage of such a bill,
and Delogate Ualne, of the same torn
lory, is vigorously working in its favor.
Both being Democrats, what thoy have
to say on tho subject is oarefully list
ened to uy their party associates.
An amendmont giving a bounty of
one cent per pound on all sugar pro
duced in this country has been added
to tho Sonate tariff bill, bu.lt required
a vigorous uso of tho party whips to
brim? the ReDublican Senators into line,
and oven then Senator Quay voted
GeueralJ. 0. Blaok, commissioner
of pensions, will, It is thought, be ap
nointed .Tudso Advocate General of
the Army, uniess it shall bo shown
that ho Is ineligible, whioh is olaimed
liv noma nrnminent 1U0U.
Senator Morgan has given "granny"
Blair another toncuo laahinir Soma
pooplo would got tired of that kind of
treatment, out oenaior oiair euuiun tu
thrive on it, indeed ho almost looks
disappointed if he has any thing to say
and does not rooeive some abuse. He
olten gets it from his own party as
well as from Democrats.
The active fight that Mr. Blaino is
sriving McKinley in bis fight for the
Speakership is having its effect. His
chances are now regarded as best by
oloso observers, but if BUine should
get "turnod down" by Ha'rison it will
oause a bit? tumble in MoKiuley stock.
Thoro are nearly 250 nominations
ponding before the Seuate, tho most of
them for postmaxtets. Theio is nd
reason why thoy should,- not be con
firmed except thst, the Republicans
want to keen the plaoit for Harrison
Tom Reed, of Maine, is muoh dis-
oomfit-d at the manner in which Blaine
is nnderiniuing his strength in tho
Snaakcrahsn canvass, lilaino never
fnri.ntn nr fnrnivm an iniurv. and no til
b "... J . I
ins IB iuu Btuaii ui iiiiu w
in order to set even with the people.
On Saturday afternoon last, tho
President and Mrs. Cleveland received
a vis"t from Vice-President and Mrs,
Morton. The latter have been iu the
city for several days. They aro stop
ping at the Normandie, a new hotel m
n fnshiminhle ouarter. tho success of
which was assured by Blaine having
taken up his winter residence there.
Advices received at tuo state ue
tiartment from hamoa matoaie mat,
Germany has got into a rumpus with
Undo Sain that will have to bo nnoio
iized for or else a war may follow.
Secretary Bavard is reticent on tho
suhj. ct, preferring to await particulars
in rt-fj.inl to rCDonoo. insun iu tuo
Amtrican nag by German othcers.
Tn order to remind the readers of
the CoLmmiAN that the above named
town is still in tho county, we give the
following items from our side :
Our oldest weather prophets cannot
understand it the weather.
Cbas DeighrailUr will now give his
time and attention to education. He
expects to begin sohool this week.
J. W. Btz is tho happy father ot a
bright and bouncing boy.
Mrs. Lmiso Kistler has returned
f 'oni a visit at Buffalo with her sister.
John Prout, who has been viryill
for some time, is still in a crilioil con
Jacob Mirtz while taking a load of
ore in to the furnace, aceideutuly foil
fr.im tho waszon iu tront ot 1j Okani
oar shun, breaking the Binall bono u
the lelt leg. He is aoing we.ii at isu
John Thomas purohased a team of
horses last week.
Candidates for township offioes ate
lookine ud their interests. Some
changes are talked of.
Our side got left at the Agricultural
moftinrr last Saturday, we navo no
officers on tho bnard from hee.
Miss B!a oho Shoemaker will return
from Michigan in the near future.
Mrs. John Hartman of Wilkesbarr
returned home to day (Monday.)
One authoritv savs he knows of (if-
twn nori.es for sa'e within tho limits
of Hemlock, all protected by high tar
la cider Intoxicating
SUPREME COCET QUESTIONS VTIIETHEU ITS SAIE
SUOCLD UB LICENSED.
The Supreme Court, In an opinion deliv.
ered by Justice Williams, Jan. 14, reversed
the Quarter Sessions of Warren county in
the case of the Commonwealth against
Itevburg. and sent back for decision by
iurv the question! "Is cider Included under
any of the four kinds of liquor malt,
brewed, vinous or spirituous for tho sale
of which a license Is necessary"
The County Court held that tho prosccu
tlon against Reyburg would not lie be
cause cider was not an intoxicating liquor,
but the Hunreme Court bold that It Is not
a auestion of law for the court to decide,
but one ot fact, which a jury must pass up
In tho opinion delivered the Supreme
Court says; "In common acceptation cider
Is not understood to be either a vinous or
spirituous beverage, and yet, when fer
mented, it doubtless contains a percentage
of alcohol sufficient to bring It wjtbin tho
fair meaning of the term 'vinous,' and al.
though not the product of distillation, it
may, when mixed with spirituous liquor
and sold in that condition under the name
of cider, be regarded aa spirituous within
the meaning of the prohibition,
"The evldencn on tho trial was very
weak Indeed. No skilled person having
knowledge of the composition of older was
called, and there was no direct evidence as
to whether tho liquor sold as cider was
vinous or spirituous. Wa do not mean to
Intimate that the mere unfermented Juice
of the apple Is in any circumstances to be
leiarded as either a vinous or spirituous
liquor, but we do not know and cannot
say, as s ma'ter of law, that Ps character
may not be so changed by fermentation at
to bring it within tho meaning of the terra
vinous,' Uf course, an admixture with
spirits might render lbs compoun-- 'spirit
uous.' " 4
White Caps at Matiunoi- Clly.
Tho "White Caps" have already begun
operation? In Schuylkill Oounty, Several
of the most prominent citizens have receiv
ed threatening letters. Dr. N. A. Klock,
the only bomospatblc physician here, and
who is In possession of a largo practice,
was a few days ago the recipient of a
"White Clip" notice. Since that he has
been frequently called up nights on pro
fessional business to go several miles from
town, but lefused to atltnd, tblnUlne the
0all was merely the ruo ot tho ''White
Following up the policy to successfully
Inaugurated lust winter, tliu Pennsylvania
Railroad Company annnuncct that a scries
ot tours will bo arranged this season for
points in Florida and t.corgts. The first Is
fixed tor Monilny, January 28tli. On that
date a special train ot Pullman drawing
room ilee ping cars, under tho superlnlon
dcuco ot tbo Tourist Agent and Cbipcroo,
will lesvo Now York 0:30 P. M., Newark
:69, Ellribcth 7i08, Trenton 8:05, Pliila-
elphla 0:20, Wilmington 10:01, lialtlmore
11:40, Washington 13:60 A. M., and
run through via the Atlantic Coast Lino to
Jacksonville, and ThomasvlUc, arriving at
tho former' on tho morning and tho latter
arly In tho afternoon of tho second day.
Tho round-trip tickets, which will admit of
a two weoks visit In tbo South, Including
Pullman accomodations and meals en nuit
In both directions, will bo sold from New
York at $48.00, Philadelphia, $40.00, and
at rates In proportion from other principal
stations on tho system. The rates to both
Thomasvlllo and Jacksonville aro tho
same, but tho tickets aro distinct. This
trip will undoubtedly prove a most delight
ful one, as tho return limit of tho tickets
enables tho tourist to visit all the important
points In this attractive section.
The excursion rate as above from
Dloomsburg will be $47.00.
Tourists will take a regular train, con.
ceding with the special at tho nearest
For detailed Information address H. W.
F. Draper, Tourist Agent, 840 Broadway,
An livening Willi Bnrns.
Elocutionary and Musical Rehearsal.
Institute Hall, Normal School, Saturday
evening,' January 20.
, ' orchestra.
Hedtatlon, Brueo's Address to nta Army at
annocnnum w. Lowonwrtr.
Bong... -..Flow Oently Sweet Alton Elva
Harrison Guitar accompaniment.
Recitation, Highland Mary. Elizabeth It. Ktihn.
Heading, To Mary In Heaven Lottie L. KuUn.
aunf....u mbuo uuu i u mine iu iou, aiy lao.
Music. Comln'lliro' the Uye orchestra.
Recitation, To a Mountain Daisy.. ..Mame Mercer.
iiecuauon .a .van's a Man ior a' tnai.
Mu&tc IliO'inle Dundee.
Recitation ToaLousa Ida Jacoby
itecuauon wunTameau, colters ttaturaay Menu
...Alamo iw AiDenrcn.
Chorus Auld Lang syne.
Poors open at 7:3a Entertainment s o'clock.
The Oft Told Story
Of tbo peculiar medicinal merits of Hood's
SarsaparlUa Is fully confirmed by the volun
tary testimony ot thousands who have tried
It. Peculiar tn tho combination, proportion,
and preparation of Its Ingredients, peculiar
In the extremo care with which It Is put
up, Hood's SarsaparlUa accomplishes cures
where other preparations entirely fall. Pecu
liar In the unequalled good namo It has made
at borne, which Is a "tower ot strength
abroad," peculiar In tbo phenomenal sales
It has attained, "
Is the most popular and successful medlclno
before the public today for purifying tho
blood, giving strength, creating an appetite.
"I suffered from wakefulness and low
spirits, and also had eczema on the back of
my bead and neck, which was very annoying.
I took one bottle of Hood's SarsaparlUa, and
I have received so much benefit that I am
very grateful, and 1 am always glad to speak
a good word for this medicine." Mbs. J. S.
Sktdux, Pottsvllli, Penn.
Purifies the Blood
Henry Biggs, Campbell Street, Kansas City,
had scrofulous sores all over bis body for
fifteen year. Hood's SarsaparlUa completely
WaUaco Buck, of North BloomBeld, N. Y.,
suffered eleven years with a terrible varicose
ulcer on bis leg, so bad tbat he had to give
up business. He was cured ot the ulcer, and
also of catarrh, by
SoldbralldrtitxtiU. flgtlxlotfj. mpuedonly
toy C I. HOOD CO., Apotbacuitl. Lowell, Mui.
IOO Doses One Dollar
WEAK ANU I'A.NFUL, KIDNhY-. rtCiilNG
Bides, Back and Ci.est, Kheumatlc, Mclattc, Kha'P,
and Muscular Fains, relle ed In one minute by
S;t Cuticura Anti-Pain Plaster IE!
only lnsrantanenus patn-kllllng strengthening
plaster, V5 eta ; 5 tor II. At druggists, or of Pot
ter Drug and chemical Co., hostin
BTTff Plmples,biackhead3, chapped andlQT WrJ
1 Hi oily ufclu cured by cuticura Map. V XJU w
A DMINISTUATOU'3 NOTICE.
Estate of llenrv Wolf, tale of the Toim of Etooms
Notice Is hereby glreu that letters of adminis
tration on the eatate or Henry Wot late oi the
town of Kloomeburg. county nf ColumbIa.and state
ot Pennsylvania, deceased, have been granted to
Louisa wolf of MMMiSburg, Colurrbla county, 1'a.,
tn whom all persons Indented to said estatn are
requested 10 make payments, and tboao having
claims or demands will make known the same
without delay to
or to LoriSAWOLF.
Ksoan a WIMiftSTXxx, Administratrix.
Nothing ) a the Wde World so eood.
I wag nfll'tited with kidney disease.
Dr. Keniifdy's Favnrilo remedy, of
Kondout, N. V,, I Bay it uiih a
perfect n collection of all that was
dono for mo besides it, is Iho only
thing that gave roe permanent relief.
1 havo I'iccxuioiidpd tliin medicine to
many peoplo for Kidney diso sc and
they all agree in saying that it has not
its equol in tho wido world for this
uomplaiut. Lyman Crawford, Drug
gist, Sprinefii-ld, Mass. fjan-11 4t
Notice is hereby ulren that tbe following ac
counts have been filed in tbe court nt common
Plcaiof Columbia county, and will be presented
to s Ud Court on tbe First Mond iy of February A.
1). l'SS, and oonnmel nisi, and unless exceptions
are filed within four days thereafter will be con
Ilrujwl absolute t
1. The account of John P. Jones trustoe ot the
"Bryn Blon Church" property,
i. First and final account of Moses Mcllenry,
commltteo of the person and estate of Maria cole
man a lunatic,
Protbonotarys omce. WM. II. SNYDKlt,
January r, a. 0. is9. Prnth'y.
Dollcr holders of the lliiarcrcek Farmers'
Mutual insurance company of Lime mage, win
meet at tbe hall ot the Centre Grange, P. or II. In
centre township, co'umbta county 1'a., on Monday
the lith day of January, IW, between the houra
of 10 a. m. audi! p, ni., for tbe purpose of electing
Illrectors for tbe ensuing year, and fur transact
Incr such other bualneaa aa mav rtronerlr come bo
fore said company.
Peo 81. -ecretai
l'lorldn ln I'uiiiisylvnnla
J, G. Wells the Jeweler has juat returned from New York City with a fine,
targe siock i goods,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Finest lino of Watches in town.
All purchases engraved free of charge.
ALL GOODS GUARANTEED.
Columbian Building, SlooniBburjg, IPa,
Scotch C h c 7 i o t Suits
Samples of material sent
to nny address ".Free of
Our Sol f-M oasuring
Chart, with itiHtructions
"How to obtain a perfect
fit and order by mail," sent
with all samples.
E. 0. THOMPSON,
1338 CHESTNUT STREET
(Opposite the Mint)
W. H. BROOKE & CO.
Exchange Hotel Building
Are agents for Julius King's
celebrated spectacles. The best
in the world. Hundreds of pairs
to pelect trom and a nt guaran
Durincr the Holiday's trade
we sold dozens of pairs of these
I celebrated gcods.and as far beard
from all are satisfactory. Any
1 purchaser not exactly suited
may teturn these goods and ex
change for others, suited to
as salesman, with good pay, to any reliable man
furnishing satisfactory references. Apply to
B. A. McOMBKlt CO., Rochester, N. T.
Estate of Ann Young, tat of Denton toiensMp,
letters filamentary nn tbe said estate having
been rranted ta tho undentlmed executor, all
persons Indebfd are hereby notified o pay the
same, ana mose naving claims against saia esuu
win present tbe same tor settlement to
A. F. YOUNG.
Jan 18 Executor.
Real Estate !
By virtue ot a certain writ of Alias Levari
Facias issued out ot tbe court of CommonPleas
ot Columbia county, In the Commonwealth ot
Pennsylvania, and to me directed, there will be
ovposcd to publlo sale at the Court Bouse In the
town of Bloomsbunr, said county on
Monday, February 4, 1889.
at 2 o'clock in the nfternoon, all that certain mes
suage and tract ot land sttuat? In Reaver township
'ountyof Columbia, and state of Pennsylvania,
bounded and described as follows; vtx: On the
north by lands ot Peter Knecbt and Jacob Shear-
man, on tho e 8t by lands of Peter Hauck and
Jacob Miearman, on the south ty lands of Peter
Ilauclc and Jonathan llauck and Samuel Nungss-
er, and on tbe west by lands ot Samuel Nungcsaer
I and Peter Knecbt, containing one hundred and
twenty acres and tblrty.slx perches, more or leas,
together with tbe hereditaments ana appurten
ances. Seized, taken In execution anl to bo sold by
virtue of an Alias Ismrl Facias, at tho suit of
Daniel Hlnguy Sr. and Daniel slngley Jr , admin.
Htrators ot John slngley, deceased, against Fred
erlck Mossier, with notice to Terre Tenants.
Bakklet, Attorney. JOHN B. CASEY,
Jab, It Sheriff.
" SHERIFFS SALE
Real Estate !
By virtue of a certain writ ot Levari Facias
Issued out of the Court o' Common Pleas ot Col
umbia county, In tbe Comaonwealtb of Pei.yU
vanla, and to me directed, there will be exposed
to publlo sale upon the premises hereinafter de
scribed, In the borough ot Centralta, said Columbia
Saturday, February 2, 1889.
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, all tbat certain lot or
piece of ground sttutted In tbe borough of Con
trail i, county ot Columbia and state dt Penney!
vanla, bounded and d scribed as follows : Begin.
nlng at a 'olnt on tbe east bMo ot Troutwlne Bt,
fifty (M) feet north of tbe northeast corner ot Trout.
wine and Centre street, thence along said Trout
I wine street north three degrees, west twenty.five
feet to a stake, thence north eighty Beven degrees
east one hundred and forty feet to an alley, thence
along said alley south three degrees, east twenty.
five feet to a stake, thence south eighty-seven de
grees, west one hundred and forty feet to the
Vlaco of beginning, being lot marked with tbe No.
10 In block numbered sixty-three, as laid out by
Locust Mountain Coal and Iron Company, tn tbe
map nr general plan of said town of Centraua and
tbe same lot which Uie Locust Mountain Coal and
Iron company, bv an article ot agreement dated
the lltb day of June, A. D. 18S3, did sell tbe same
to Mary Dyke, her belts and assigns. Upon which
are erected a two-story frame dwelling house, and
Heliod, taken In execution and to be sold by
virtue of a writ ot Levari Facias, at the suit of The
Citizens Building and Loan Association of Cen
traua against Benjamin J. Dyke and Mary Dyke
C. G. UtxxLBr, Atty, JOHN B. CASEY,
Jan it (sheriff,
Qorlian's plated ware, finest made
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE
By virtue of an order Tof the Orphans' Court of
Columbia oounty, the undersigned executor ot
John Conner deceased, will expose tn publlo sale
on the premises In Benton township, on
Saturday, January 20, 1889,
at 1 o'clock p. to., tho following described real
estate, to wit t a 11 tbat certain real estate slt
Date In Benton township, Columbia county, Ta.,
described as follows, to-wlt Beginning at a stone
tn Hue of land late ot Joshua Brink, thence by
land of Russel Kama north degrees west
107 and e-io perches to a post, thence by land of
Emily Roberts north 19X degrees ei Bt 138 and MO
porches to a poet, tnQnco by land of Catharlno
Conner south M,y degrees east 181 perches to ft
post tn line ot land now or late ot Thomas Davis,
tbenne by tbe same and land ot Joshua Brink
aforesaid south 81V degrees west 1S and MO
perches to tbe plaeo of beginning, containing
and 133 and 4-10 rerchea, strict measure, located
about one-half a mile from tbe town of Benton,
along the publlo road leading from Benton to
Jameson City. About forty acrrs .cleared online
balance well Umbered with pine, oak, 4c, all
level land, on which are erected two
bam and out-bulldlngs. There ta also en tbe
premises a saw mill with good water power,!
TKRM8 OF RALE. Ten per cent, of one-fourth
ot the pu chaso money to be pld at the Striking
down of tbo properly, the one-fourth less the ten
per cent, at the conflrmation of sale, and the re
maining three-fourths In one year thereafter with
Interest troa. condrm tlon nlsL
KMANDEL LAUBACH, Executor.
A. I Frltx, Ut'y. n
J.TOTICE IN PARTITION.
In the matter of the partition of tho real estate
ot John J"hnson. late ol Madlwm township, Col
umbia rountv, Pennsylvania, dpee noa.
Notice Is hereby givon the heirs or said dece
dent, that in pursuance of an order or the orphans'
Court ot i 'Mumbla county, n writ of partition bas
Issued from said court to t ho Hhertff ot Bald county
returnable on the First Monday or February, A. I).
W9, and that tho Inquest will meet for the pur
pose nf making partition of th real estate of sild
decedent on Friday the Firt day of February, A.
D im, at ten o'clock a. m of said day upon tho
premises, at which time and place you can be
present It you see proper. Said pre titBCs being
situate In Mrdlson township Columbia county,
aforesaid, and containing nlne'y-four acres anil
nicety perches of land more or less.
, i, . bAMUEL SMITH,
C. W. Millxr, Atty. wherlff.
Jan s 1899.
iWaif of John tlavwara, late of Dtoamitnirg,
Letters teetementary on the said estate having
been granted to the undersigned executor, all
persons Indebf d are herebr rotined to nav the
same, and those havln. claims against said estate
niU 112KUI. IUV DtUiiU ior Boiucmpai, iu
... F. P.IIOWKH,
O. E. EtwxLL, Atty. Executor,
Jan 11 tw.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Mate of Oeoroe. Kmerick, tale afilUtln township,
ivtumom emmm. aeveatea.
Notice la hereby elven that letteni of adminis
tration on the estate of George Emerlck, late of the
lownsnio oi Atimi . couwr 01 uoiumuia. ana sinus
nf ennsrlvanla. dec ased. have been granted to
dosepn a. wooaourn oi rewvmf itimneriana
county, ra.. to wnom an persons indented to said
estate are requested to make paymenta, and thosi
uavintr claims or oemanua win.
same witnout aeiay.
JOEPIt A. WOODBUIIN.
Knorr Wlntersteen. Atty a. Administrator
Deo 31 6t Nowrllle, Cumberland Co Pa.
T) EGISTER'r NOTICE.
otlce Is hereby (riven to all lecatees creditors
and other persons fn'ercsted In the estates of tho
respective decedents and minors tbat the follow
tnx administrators' executors' guardlana accounts
have been filed in tbe offlco of tue Register ot Col
umbia county andwlll be presented for confirma
tion and allowance In tbe Orphans' court to bo
held in Uloomsburg.February tb, 189 at 9 o'clock
p. m. oi saia aay.
No l First and nnal account of Silas Connor,
administrator nf Margaret Montgomery late ol
Orange township, Columbia county, deceasod.
No. 2 Account or Samuel Knorr. miardlan of
Margaret A Davis deceased, lato of the borougn
No. s Flint and final account of Geonre W
Kressler, administrator or Caroine D Kressler. late
or ttoott townsnip, coiumoia county, ueoeasea.
No 4 -Second and final acoount ot Clinton Bills.
administrator ot Charles Hayes, late of the town
or catawissa, Columbia oounty,aeceasea
No. 5 Account ot Miles W Moss, administrator
or Uforgf w ueu, lato ot gugarioai townsnip coi
No. s First ard final account of Wm. It Demott
guardian otth person anl ratato oi Harry Wel
ti ?er, minor ch'ld ot James Welllver. late of Madl
eon township Columbia county deceased.
No. T Flretandfinal account of Joneoh E Zeteler
administrator of the estate of Oeorge Zelgler,
lato of Hcott township Columbia county, deceased.
No. 8 Second and final account of U F Karsfh-
ner. administrator ot John Karschner. lato ot Pino
township Columbia county, deceased.
No. o Account nr obadlah Yocum. one of the
administrators of E'ljab Yooum, lato ot Locust
township Columbia county, deceased.
No. 10 First and final account of Aaron R Pat
terson, executor rf the last win and testament of
ot Eilzalioth Kline, lato of Greenwood township,
Columbia county, deceased.
No. 11 First and final account or Jos W Eves.
administrator nr Thomas PolK, late ot Madison
township Columbia county, deceased.
No. 12 First and final account of II J Conner.
adminlstratar of O V Delinir. lato ot oronire town.
ship Columbia county, deceased.
No. 18 First and nnalaocountof Cvrua Itetchard
administrator ot Anna Young, late ot Madison
townsnip, common county, uecoasea.
No. 14 First and final account of Moaes McIIenrv
admlnttratorof Samuel Mcllenrr lateot Benton
township Columbia county, deceased.
No. 15 First and final aociunt of James II
fihulU. administrator of Hannah bhultz. lata of
Jackson township Columbia county, deceased.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
The Suntury Electric Co.,
Arc and Incandescent Isolated Plants, Motitrs,
Electric Oas LI Wing, Annunciators, Burglar
Alarms, 8peaxl"g Tubes, Return Call
wi tux a BrxcULTT or
kwkmi Electric Lijit Wiring.
Wiring lor Motors, by Battery or Dynamo Current.
Guarantees furnished with eiery contract.
OFFICE AND SnOW ROOMS, EAST MARKBT ST
Correspondence solicited. Scnscht, Pa.
FOR FEBRUARY TERM.
Bloom George Uasaert, Qldeon Heist. Isaao U
tttcben, Illram palmer, w o uicuart, u 1" Bioan.
Iivaver T J Shuman. ueorge e8nater,
llerwle.k Ilanrv Amerman. M&raual llODler.
catawissa Thomas L Dean. William Byer, L B
Kline, Adam Menses,
Waters, llanlel Zarr
Stephen hhawn, wry
center lioyd Uower, bamuel Illdlay, lteece
conrnfrham STlreater noffman. w II Relnbold.
Flahlnzcroelc Jethro Henry, ltlcbard Ue8, fi L
Lemon, ionn i-eaier,
Franklln-IIenry Gottaohall, David B Munson
jack on-A B Mendenhall, Art ley Mcllenry, Job
Locust Emanuel Erdman, Abraham Lelby.
Madison Daniel Maust, John Moser.
mifflln-'ohn AUn, o I' KUngerman.
.Montour charted Eclc, II I) Quick.
orange-George Johnson, Isaao Mcllenry.
Itnarlntrcreelc F (1 Case.
cott-B V Folic, Franklin Jacobs, M O Mccol
Bloom-Miles tletz, Joseph Decker, O A Kleim, O
, nay 'KO.
lieaver-Geo. PDrlesbacb, IMter Knecht.
Iienton stewanl Pouat.
Berwick J R MoAnall.
llrlarcreek lease Kllnger.
L.uiawrua iuuu m., n luinui miner.
Centre-Clark Creasy, Mordeccl Millard. Stephen
Centralla James Barrett. Jmes McBrearty,
uuuji us uuui uuuu uui. loniftu niuDvucr,
Flshlngorrek j o Doty, Mathlas Edgar, Charles
Franklin John L art ley. Sylvester Hower.
Greenwood-o W Uvea, Francis Eves,
Mather.-Jacob Hantz, w P Bobbins.
Hemlock Daniel Golder,
Locust Jonathan Braver.
Mimin Samuel J Keller.
orange-George Appleman, Miles Delong,
Scott -A B Puraell
Tbo following widows' appralsmmta will bo
prevented to the Orphans' court ot Columbia
countr. on the First Monday o( Feoruarr A. D.
lftm. and conttrmed nU. and unless exceptions
are riled within (our da; a thereafter, will be con.
firmed absolute i
1. Bernard Dugan Est. Centraua, Realty IU0.0O
9 (iw. Emerlck Est. MUttln, I'er-ooallty 263 to
X Wesley U ss Est. Cetur, ltealty 300 00
i. John Hunt an Knt. Catawlasa. Itoaltv I9S.0O
6. TUomas L .all Est. Madlwn, i-ersonalty aoacu
e. sau.uel Nungesser Est. Ueaver, l-erson-
lty $aoo. ue-itty $9.i. Total aoaoo
7' Jeasa BrumstetUr Est, Orange Person.
M. Levi Kurtz Est., Berwick, reraosalty
9. Daniel lirocnina Est.. Montour. Itirson.
alty tW.W, ltealty $10.00, 3M.M
Clerkl offlce Wl. II. 8NYOEH,
Bloomaburg Jan. 7, 1689. Clerk O.C.
FARMERS! FARMERS !
A Inrr,, 1... n1,lv been received from farmers, but many living within 20 miles oi
Bloomsburg nave not yet learned
advertise purposely to make known that I have at the mrcscnt time $23,000.00 worth of Men's,
Youths', Hoys' and Children's Clothing, Hats, Caps and
Furnishing Goods in Abundance.
It is now after the Holidays.
That can be shown outside of New York and Philadelphia.
As said before, our aim is to sell lots of goods and at small profits.
I. BEAIBB, Rftliahle MMi?
largest Clothing House in
HOW! WHEN! WHERE! WHY!
One of the problems of life is to buy
GOOD & CHEAP CLOTHING.
We are now closing out the entire
Winter Stock at Cost.
Over-Coats for Men, Boys and
Winter Caps, Mufflers, &c.
Call and we will make you smile at the
NOW OFFERED AT
Popular Clothing Establishment,
Oho o uu lainst lmpruvem ihh U ihe NEW SOFT STOP ATTACHMENT
which enables ono to play without dUturhiug auyono iu tho lcinily and will
little wear to tho instrument.
WE ARE OFFERING BARGAINS ON THESE INSTRUMENTS.
THE GEORGE STECK & CO PIANO, aftor thirty years of s. verest test
aro used, on account ol uutquallid durability, by 00 colleges and many oihei
in tho United States.
THE ESTEY UPRIGHT PIANO, with new rcpeatiug action, best in tin
world for upright piau is. and the first and only perfict repeating actioi
introduced with upright piano.'.
THE OPERA PIANO has a reputation ot 38 years. A warranted of fiv.
years is given vith each instrument. It is tho best medium-priced piano in
Our LINE of ORGANS U vt-ry complete, we have THE CELEBRATED
ESTEY, THE MILLER, WORCESTER, UNITED STATES, and other
Wo have tho celebrated WHITE,
STANDARD ROTARY, ROYAL
Pianos, Organs and Sowing Machines elds
on installment plan.
We havo also binjos, guitars, Gormar
acoorilomis, blow aoo-nd'-ons, llute, fil
mmih orgiii", drum, ifco. Fivo hundr
piecs of tun cunt shrut iniiait!, &o., &o.
Second hand piano, organs and Bowing
maohinos on hind, ami received in exchange
for new ones.
Agent for Butterick and Domestic papor
patterns mid f islnon bo.iks. Sewing mauhiiie
needles, oils and attachments for all machine
always in stock.
YELLOW 8IONS. YELLOW TUBS.
Use "Peerless Brand"
FltKSIl HAW OYSTKHS
Selected and packed witb cleanliness and care by
(J. II. 1' E A It S O N & (JO
. w 1 baltiuoiiii ud '
I BALTiaoiiE, mu.
iudj aiv vuo uvot, aw jum utuwr tur lucnj.
ih Hat is MaiiBUlu.UHr'
wlli restor th sonir ol
mDj. Bint tli&u
wiras, wiu prs-
lUrd Food Co.. 40J H. M
til., 1-LI1S. f.
'Wm, K forllojyM,Oattl.HoultrT. Tit beat
of tho new and
now ofTer great bargains in clearing out Winter Goods to
make room for the
OF SPRING CLOTHING
Wo have in stock a finer line of tnnsica
nstrumi'iits than has ever been bougi.t in
Ins section, and wu am making speciit
liducemeniB to purchasers lor th- holida
cason. We get our instruments tliitu
fi in the manufactories, and can offt-i
etter terms than can bo given by anj
THE 1VERS & TOND PIANOS
stand at tho head.
ONE HUNDRED OF THESE NOW
IN lEnt tie BOSTON CONSERVE
TORY of MUSIC.
NEW DOMESTIC. NEW IIOMF
ST. JOHN, NEW DAVIS and
MOHTGAQES ON LAND I
i'f.fu.rcDiM:''10ItTOAOE8 upon lands In all
the Y eatern and -outbern Statt-s and Terrltorlea
and have constants on hand 1 for sJe!iS!PSs.
sirable High Hale lutere.,1 BeartngStcrlu
The CorVm Banking Co.
J15 BUOADIVAY, HEW YOWJ.
r,IK I,t.5!!;i,,,.1.T.'Aii 00.,
Eastern Office, im Chestnut bt). I'bllaiel 1..
Capital s.M,(Mi(. oner 1 uaratSa i'.'.A
nr These wotlg gS are Jo .u'ATt ii.'."."" "
Wlieat per bushel 1.00
live " " CO
Ccrn " " .... CO 70
Onts " ' W 4C
Flour " bbl 0.80
nutter 20 28
Epus 20 23
Potatoes 40 00
Hams 13 10
Dried Apples 03 05
Blilc 07 10
Bhouliler 09 13
Chickens 7 10
Lard per lb 10 14
Vinegar per cal 20 80
Onions per bushel 75 1 00
Veal skins 07
Wool per lb 85
Hides 5 to 7
Coal on Wiukf.
No 0 2.00i Nos 2 8, & Lump $3.25
No 53 00 Illtiiminus 3.2B
PFIOE OP THE DLOOMSBURQ
IlLOOJIBIiniiO 1A., NOVEMUKI! 22, 1888.
SPECIAL KOTICE TO STOCKIlOLDEUS.
The Board of Directors of tills company havo
called a fpcctal meeting of its vtnckho.uera. to be
held at my omce, the general oWco of the com
pany, In lUoom&burg, on Katunlay, January '!'.
A. D. at and between the hours of two (2
and roar (4) o'clock r. u , for tho purpoa ot voting
lor or against nn Increase of the Capital Mock.
F'lNKI' illlLVIYEH. Sy.
oxxjo Moxxuvani of Xjxapru
A Scleotlflo ami Standard 1'opular Medical Treatlsa on
the Krrorsof Youth. Premature Decline, Nervoiid
and Thyalcat Debility, Impurities of the Wood,
UesultiDg trom Folly. Vice, Ignorance, Kxcevscs or
Overtaxation. KncrvntlriK and unfitting thu ktlm
for Work. Iluilncas, the Married or Social Relation
Avoid unskilful pretenders. Possess this grvdt
work. It contains 300 pages, royal Bt o. Beautiful
binding, embossed, full gilt. Trice, only $1 0 by
mall, post-paid, concealed Id plain wrapper. Jlluw
trativo Prospectus Free, Jf you apply now. Tho
distinguished author, Wm. tl. Parker, M. I.. if
celved tho GOLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL
from the National Medical Association,
for fho PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS nnU
PHYSICAL DEBILITY. Dr. Parker nnd a corps
of Asilstant Physicians may bo consulted, contU
dentlally, by mall or In person, at the etllco of
nn; ii;AiioiY mkuicai instituti:.
No. 4 ltullliich MM Huston, Mass., Ion horn all
orders for books or letters (or advice should be
directed as above,
I HAIR BALSAM
Clcanstj and beautifiet the hair.
1 romot a luxuriant growth.
N.jnr Fa ll lo Reilor. Qr.y
Hair to 111 Youthful Color. ;
Prvrents liatilnur and hair railing
BOqan.t tl opftt Itruinrlnla.
A good man 10 represent us as local agent. Can
giro comrol of territory ana steady work. Will
pay good wages and guarantee success, w rlt to
J. AVHTIN HII.WV, NiirHeryiuuii,
WHY DU YOB HUl'l IJIt
wtien you can be cured by using
5tSttrfm?dr.'"t "Iscoveied for the cure of
FITS, JuHLKHNY Oil KALLINO blCKNKSS.
Tp guard against countertelts and imitations, send
Ult'cl '.""5 ""Wi-'Al- to hliS "wSg V.
i. . -b?.10 '"Pfetora and Manufacturers.
JAJJi. Ik) ployuient and good salary or com-
I ltocnester, N. Y,
iiii-Miuu. Auurcrw A. U. i'ltA'l"!'. Nnrw.rvmnn.
j MADE WITH BOILING WATER.
WITH BOILING MILK.
oeiKtif. nuti-tllyn. laa. la time. Mo. u4 ai.M
You will Have .
I'm I ii,
svd win. cent
Cream Balmj- AY-FEVER
Aiiuruciu is appueu into each no till, and Is
irtU'aille. l'llUl nil lULS Ul. llnitT.riktu . hw tnnll
Etil'r.d" e9.:ti ELY aUtOTUlSw, 68 Warren
Btieet, New York.