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THE COLUMBIAN AJSD DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
0. S. EIwjII, 1 t, ......
FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1889.
From our Regular Correapoodent.
Washington, April 15, 1S89
"Sansct" Cox, tho over-smiling
Representative from Now York, was
met coming out of tho WliUo House
liy your correspondent, and asked what
the deuco ho wn doing in that gang of
placo hunter. Oh, I simply called to
say good bye to my old friond Benja
min Ilarricon, as 1 am afraid theso fol
lows will worry him to death in their
mad hunt for offioe before I return to
Washington." Then m Mr. Cox was
leaving ho added: "I feel wellj very
much better than a littlo while ago.
I have been through, tho valley of tho
shadow of political death with the rest
of tho Democrats, and now I am off on
a lecturing tour through India tin a,
Ohio, Illinois, Missouri tind Kansas.
Something to ru&ko tho folks smile,
you know, whllo I gather in a littlo
money. I trust that I shall get no
more eggs than I pay for.''
Mr. Cannaday the Sergcant-at-Arma
of the United SlateB Senate, and a
good John Sherman Itcpnblican, is
charged by Senator .Tone, of Novada,
ox-Senator Mahono and Warnor Miller,
and Hcjirosentalivo West, of Now
York, with dwindling and forgery in
connection with his management of
Wilmington North Carolina Oil and
Creosoto Company located at Wilming.
ton, N. C. It is also stated that Cxna
day is indebted to two other Senators
to tho amount of 830,000 or more for
borrowed raouoy. With tho usual ou
dacity of men of bis kind Cannaday
aays that when tho case is settled it
will havo no effect upon his "personal
The Republicans havo always been
notorious for their willingness to make
use at all times of United Slates vesnols
for private pleasure parties and being
out of power for four yearn .and with'
out a precedent for that length of time
bos not changed them a particlo in this
respect. On Saturday afternoon As
sistant Secretary of tho Treasury
Tichonor took a party of friends from
here to Baltimore, whore they got a
board of tho U. S. Hevenuo cutter
MoLano and started on u trip to Chcsa
pcako Bay, which lasted from Sunday
morning to Monday morning. Anoth
er Government vessel, the light-house
tender, Holly, has been lying at tho
wharf here, waiting for threo days to
carry President Harrison on a pleasure
trip down tho Potomac. This look"
like a rather eaily revival of tho old
n. uses. By summer half a dozen ves
sels will bo needed for tho various
memboiB of the administration, for
their families and Iriends. And tho
people will foot tho hills
Senator John Sherman has jus
proved himself to boa "biuger" man
with tho administration than Rpre
sentatives McKinley and Benjamin
llutterworth combined. Ohio han two
,, ejj? caiiuiuiuea ior uio pnsiuuu ui oi?m
Auditor ol tno 'treasury, une was
backed by Senator Sherman and the
othci by Messrs McKinley and Butter
worth. The Sherman man, Mr. Coul
ter, lias just been appointed.
Land Commissioner Siookslagr fears
thero will he trouble in Oklahoma. lie
says that only about 10,000 homesteads
can bo entered under tho President's
proclamation, and ho has every roason
to believo that at least 100,000 persons
will enter tho country within thirty
davs from its opening next Monday.
Tho now administration is making a
reci'id for itself on the pension ques
tion. It is coinc faster than the
most radical had any idea that it
would a short time ago, and no man
can at this timo foreseo tho end. As
Distant Secretary Bussey, of tho In
terior department, beforo whom
anneals from tho decisions of the Com
missioner of Pensions are heard, seems
to outdo tho ''Corporal in his con
Btruction of the law as applied to pen
sions. It is estimated that tho decis
ions of tho late Commissioner General
Black whioh Bussey has always re
versed, will oost the' Government more
than 81.000.000. lie should obanir-
his name to Buster. The 'Corporal,"
not to bo outdone by his superior ofll-
ccr, mado an order last week tliat will
oost moro than 850,000 n year. The
following is the orden "Whenever a
pensioner is d'mbled in a hand or foot
in i degreo entitling Irm to 521 a
monih under tho act of March 3 1883,
Hiioh pensioner shall by reason of that
fact bo entitled to tho rnto of 30 a
month under tho act of August 4,
1880.'' nearly 800 pensioners cot an in
crease of 872 a year by this order, and
arrears from AuBHt 4, lUtfu.
"Tho noblest Roman ol them all,"
Allen O. Thnrman. Into P unocratic
candidate for Vioo President was in
Washington last.w ok on legal business.
The old gentleman was looking well
and feeling well with tho exception of
Bllctit rheumatism in His legs, in a
conversation with a friond ho said
"Tho peoplo of the country wcro go d
enough to me to voto for me to stay at
. . T I . 1 - f !.
Home, and personally x am giuu oi u,
but I regret tho defeat of the party
verv innoh. as I rogard it as a great
calamity to tho country. Mr Clevo
land brought abouta groat many grand
reforms during his terra of oflloe, and
would no doubt havo accomplished
many moro if ho had beon ro-oleotod.''
The Aibland ITospilal Managers
Chairman Deardon, of tho Appropria
tion Committee, has been oflioially no-
tltm) n( ilm rvllrmnnnt of all the
b.i.u. " . " - -
managers of tho Ashland Hospital
OXOOtit it. U. wagnor, tno ouureiui-y.
Mr. Wagnor is a now ruombcr, and
thero was no objection mado to him.
The Appropriation Committeo had
rofused to recommend the approprla'
tion ol 8900,000 for tho inatntenanoo
of the hospital unless all tho old mana
gers resigned. Tho committee took
1 hennuie serious allegations
of mismanagement were made againBt
tho managers, mo resignauou ui an
tho managers has been forwarded to
n..rnir Itenviir. fllld it IB UOW BftfO t'l
say that the appropriation will bo
roooinmenucu uy mo iwuuiimn-.
Women Who Bloat.
What tr great numbor thero arei bow
..nnnmrnrlnl1n it mnkpfl tlinmi it ll al-
most impossible for thoso amioted to
enjoy life, In my private practice I
Lava always found Sulphur Bittw to
bo tho best remedy. All wiio are um
tronbWd should uso It. Mas. Dr.
Chiu, Boston. npr-lB 8t
Arrests to he Mado on Telegrami
The Houso Judiciary General Com
mitteo has decided to .report favorably
tho bill permitting polico officers and
detectives to mako arrests on letters or
UslegTams from other cities without a
warrant. Tho bill was sent out some
time ago with n negative recommenda
tion and bad been re-committed. The
committee alio decided to report
afllrmativoly Senate Bill 116, mvinn
attorneys a feo of $10 in all attachment'
cases. The bill giving tno chlol clerk
In controllers' offices and tho clerk in
county commissioners' offices the right
to administer an oath will also bo re
ported with an affirmative recom
li a peculiar medicine, ud li cirefully pre
pared by roropetent pbira&clatl. Tie com
bination and proportion ot Sarsaparilla, Dan
delion, Mandrake, Yellow Dock, and other
remedial agenta Is exclusively peculiar to
nood'i Sarsaparilla, giving It strength and
curative power superior to other prepa
rations. A trial wilt convince you ot Its
great medicinal value. Hood's Sarsaparilla
Puriflos tho Hood
creates and sharpens the appetite, stimulates
the digestion, and glres strength to ererjr
organ ol the body. It cures the moat serere
cases ot Bcrofula, Salt ltheum, Bolls, Timples,
and all other affections caused by Impure
blood, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Headache,
Kidney and Liver Complaints, Catarrh, Rheu
matism, and that extreme tired feeling.
" Hood's Sarsaparilla has helped me more
for catarrh and Impuro blood than anything
else I ever used." A. Bail, Syracuse, If . Y.
'Croatos an Appetite
"I used Hood's Sarsaparilla to cleanse. my
Llood and tone up my system. It gave me a
good appetite and seemed to build me oyr."
K. M. Hale, Lima, Ohio.
"I took Hood's Sarsaparilla for cancerous
humor, and It began to act unlike anything
else. It cured the humor, and seemed to
tone up the whole body and give me new
life." J. F. Nixon, Cambrldgeport, Mass.
Send for book giving statements of cures.
BoMbrtUdruKgLtf. g!ilxforfJ. Frepfttad only
t; C. I. UOOD A CO., Apothcrin. Lowell, Mui.
IOO Doaos Ono Dollar
W." IHIIH li CI.
Tho fine weather in April has
brought up the carpets, and
house cleaning has begun in
Right at this point let us say,
that the walls and ceilings of the
cleaned room will need papering,
wc are well fixed to show ,a fine
line of plain and ornamental
ceiling decorations as you might
wish to see.
Last week and this week have
been red letter days for wall
paper and window curtains.
We have a window full of dado
curtains, and more patterns in
side which we can't show. We
trim square and hem curtains
any length; you select tho shades
we make the curtains and hang
them without extra charge.
W. H. Buooke & Co.
ORPHAN'S COURT' SALF
Real Instate !
In pursuance of an order of the Orphans court of
Columbia county, PennBtlvanla, the undesigned
administratrix of Henry Wolf, deceased, will sell
at public solo on tho premises, on
SATURDAY, APRIL 20th. 1889
at 1 o'clock p. m., of aald day tho following de
scribed real estate, to-wit: All that certain piece,
parcel, and lot of ground situate in the town of
nioomsburg, county ot Columbia, and state ot
Pennsylvania, bounded on the north by Fifth St.,
of said town, castwardly by lot of Mrs. Belle Wolf,
southwardly by storncr's alley, and westwardly
by lot of William A. wolf, being about seventy
eight feet In front on Fifth street, and extending
In depth a distance ot about one hundred and alx.
ty-slx feet to Sterner alley nforesald, and of a
breadth o'f about one hundred and eight feet on
said alley, on which is erected a
outbuildings. A good well of water at the door
and an abundan o of choice fruit on the premises.
TERMS OF SALE. Ten per cent, ot one
fourth at the striking down ot the property,
the ono-rourth less the ten per cent at tho confir
mation of sale, and the remaining three-fourths
in one year thereafter, with Interest from confir
mation nisi, rurcnaser to pay for deed. Possess.
Ion to be given April 1st, 1690.
L. K. WiNTiBHTtiN, Atty, Administratrix.
ADiillcallon will be made to the Board of Par
dons, at Its next mrular session. May mat, i&tf tor
the pardon ol II. o. mine, who plead gulltv to two
indictments tor fniverv. No 4 and No. IS renpoct
Ively of May xesslon, 1S9M. of the County of Comm.
bla and was. on the Bth. of Mav 1S8 sontencnl to
two mire lmpi1vntnent, br separate and solitary
c-nrtnemnt in tbo Eastet I'cnlntcntlary of
A. It STINIi.
Atty. Apr lu st
Ettate tyKUtabeth Kline, anceanea.
The understrnnd auditor annolntcd br the or.
rhans' court of Columbia County to make dhtrl-
uuuon oi runas in me nanaaor a. it. raiier
son, executor, to and among tho parties entitled
t hereto, will sit at his omce in Uloomsburg, I'a. on
the duties of his appointment, when and where
ait peruana Having claims against saia esiata must
appear and prove the same, or bo debarred from
our bumu ui saia lunu.
I. E. WALLER
Apr IW Auditor.
The following Widow's Appralsmenta will be
presented to the orphans' Court or rolurnbla
county, on the first Monday ot May A. 11. im and
confirmed nlvL and unlrtia exceptions are filed
within four days thereafter, will be ooLflrmed ab
solute: Joseph n. Keller estate, Greenwood, Realty $300.00
Andrew Kunyan estate lienton, l'ereonal-
alltyllit.tH ifaliylWH) smno
JamugCommonsestate, Uiooinsbunf Realty ssio.oo
Cyrus Mcllenr estate Orange Personalty wo
John (t JO'.es Kt, Uloomsburg. Personalty S300.00
Hamuel Longestaio, Catawlssa, 1'ernonulty
(91.80. Iteoltv fJ-lT.ia 1300.00
W, K. frlu estate, Kugarloaf, IVraonalty ot.oo
iieurj- won iu.u, nioomsuurv, i-emjuauy
M3.10, Realty 74.0 0.00
Julius liott estate, Ilerwlclc, I'crsonalty liis.to
John Kline estate, yishlnroreelc. Realty KluO.eo
John IT. Fowler esuto, line, feruooalty $300.00
WM. II. BNVDKlt, Cleric a C.
Clerk's office, Ulooins- a, M, ouici, Deputy,
barg I'a., April lbili, lb89.
1H.OOD, LIVKH AND
Now U tho appoliif'd timo for
tlioroutjlily clcatiBini; tno syiitem irom
all iiiiiurilifH, and all will flnd that tho
uurtu uonipounu win oxaouy nil mo
bill. It h&ti Blood tho test of 22 years
and its Hales aro largur than ever, every
year. Prlco 50c. and $1.00.
For Sale By
JauieB II. Mercer,
.-.I.ITIBtll 41 111 tylUtfllf
vL....s kii atUitsall. IViIBfArta
1 EGIBTKft'fi NOTini
potion Is hereby given to all I'gateui, credllnrs
and other perxonalniomited in the crtatea of tho
respective decedrnU and minors that the follow.
ln admliMtretors' exrcu tors' guardian account
have been died in the ofnv of tuo Register of col.
urnbta oounty and will tin prcwutod for conn rm.
mui, ait'i kiiowkocv. in ine iirpnans' LTmn 10 d
held In blppmsburg, May eth, Is at o'clock
tit v, nuu ua,
I. The first and npl vwnnt nf n. o,nk 9.n
administrator ot the Mate o. U. H. Uarcley late
. Tho second and final account of Peter Echrcth
executor of Solomon Kccroih late of Deaver town-
Hiiip vuiamoia couniy orceasea.
3. The second snd final nivmnni Aftni.i rj.f.
nCSt exeCUliir nr IhA 1a. t will .lul f,a,nn. nt
wwuu Mium law ui uxnuH lownsnjp aeceasoo.
4. The first and final aooount of Charles II, E.
Bower administrator of Alfred Dower late ot Cen
tre township Columbia County deceased.
o. The first and final iwmnt nt JsmM in.
uioKwn execuioror FieaencK Illliy late of
wuwu lunugiiip uuiamoia imniy oeceasea.
6. The account Of IV. P. And A. r. llllrilnn nr.
ecu tors ft William IHldlne lateot Madison town
biu uiiumois iraniy aeoeasoa.
7. The first and partial account of Susan
RatnlUCh Guardian of Mair K. Rnrn n mlnnrrhtM
of Mary Alice Enke late or Nantlcoke Luxcrne
8. Ths fimt and final atvnnnt nfjnomh w aVrmm
administrator ot the estate or Daniel hole lain of
Urcenwood township Columbia Oounty deceased.
9. The first and final ayvmnt. nt Jamh TWwlL
lliter, executor ot Bamqei Ash, l,te of Hcott town,
ship Columbia county, deceased.
10. The third And final umunl. nf Rman.ipl t-
bacn, executor of John Conner late of lienton
township, common county, deceased.
11. The first and rlssl account of Peter It lialri
executor Of the last will snd testament ot N. li.
Uarman, late of tho town of catawlssa, Columbia
county, deceased. ,
1 1, The first and nnal account of John A. John
son, administrator ot the estate of Jesse Johnson,
'w w. nMirr lunurtuip, lAJiuiuuui couuiy, acc a.
13. The first and final account nf Krenhm
Fmoer and F..K. smo er, administrator of the
estate of Samuel Hmoyer, late of Mifflin township,
Columbia county deceased.
14. The first and final account nf John w. lerana
executor ot James Jacoby, late of the borough of
15. -The first and final account of re. n. nenm.
administrator ot Ellas ueorgo, 1" te of Locust town
atlp, Columbia county, deceased.
18. Ths first and final ocennnt nf .1. Alltorm
Kssick, executor of Thomas U Hall, late ot Madi
son township, Columbia county, deceaied,
17. The first snd final account nf XlArv Aithen.
bach and Mlas Conner, executor ot t be estate ot
Hamuel AchenDocb late nt Orange township; COL
14. The first and final acennnt nf U'tn Krltr.
baum and decree Wi i orrcll, cxwutors of (leorgo
Winner, late ot Hemlock township, deceased.
19. The first and final account of Chaa. ft Kvann
admlnlstratrator of the estate nf Paul Kortner lain
Of the borourb of Derwlck Columbia county, de
ceased. . uw 11, nw BMU U.ia. W. &UU3 .AMHIJ,
Trustee ot the estate of John Jacoby lata of
oiuuinsourg, tiiumoia county, ueceaseo.
21. The first ana final account of H. IL Holme.
executor of the estate ot Hamuel Appleuian, law.
of the township of Benton, Columbia Co. deceased.
niB Hn. ..r. I.n.1 .iu.ii., ...I.h tl .........
exicutor of the estate or Isaac Mower, lato of
miarcrecK townsnip com nhla oiunty aeceased.
SI The first and final account of Ilenrv J. Mr.
Ewen, admlnlsirator of MartMrrt McKv.cn late of
ureenwood township, Columbia county, deceased.
S4. The first and final account nf Jcm. W. Kreii.
administrator ot Joseph nnoemaker. lato ot Pino
township, Columbia county, deceased.
a. The account of Isaac Hewitt, administrator
ot the estate Isaac 11. l'Atton. late or creenwrnifi
township Columbia county, deceased.
20. The first and fi al account of ina. V. Kvea.
administrator ot the estate ot John MlUer, lato of
Mt, Pleasant township Columbia county, deceased.
St. The first and final account nr f). It. Jacknnn.
aamlolstrator or the estate of Stephen Thomas,
lato of Urtarcrcck township, Columbia county,
SB. The first and final account nf Mattle Am.
merman, administratrix ot the estate of Albert
Ammerman, lale ot Flshlngcreck township, Col
umbia county, deceased.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
By virtue of sundry write issued out ot the Cou-t
of common Pleas, of Col Co., ra., and to me di
rected there will be exposed to public sale at the
Court House, nioomsburg, on
FRIDAY, MAY 3rd. 1880.
at 10 o'clock a. m.
All that certain in of ground situate In the
township of Conyngham, Columbia county, Fa.,
being lot No. U, bounded and subscribed as fol
lows, to-wit : on the north by lot of William
Crawley! on the south by lot ot John Oerrlty
dee'd. on the east br Catawlssa rood leading to
aahland on the west by con
taining twe ity-five feet front on public, road and
extending back two hundred feet In depth, where
on are erected a Frame Houso and stable.
Seized, taken In execution at the suit of the Citi
zens Building Loan Association of Centralla, vs.
John Crone, and to bo sold as the property of John
at the same time and place.
All that certain lot or piece ot ground situate In
Borough ot Centralla, Columbia Co., Pa., on the
west aide of Locust Aveuue bounded and described
as follows, to-wit: On the east by Locust Avenue
on the south by lot ot Mary chapman and Maria
Hagerty, on the north by lot ot O. O, Murphy and
on the west by on alley containing in width or
breadth la front on Locust avenue twenty-five
feet (M) and extending of that width or depth or
length wostwardly one hundred and forty feet(l0)
to an alley, being the lot which Is marked on the
map or plan of centralla with the number 111 In
block tenty-ntne(9) and beln the same pre
mises which Edward Hagerty by deed made the
tb. day ot August A. D. 1W4, and recorded In the
office for recording deeds. Ho., at Bloomsburg In
and tor the county of Columbia, in deed book, vol
ume 3t, page us, 4c., whereon are erected a
Frame House and outbuildings.
Belted, taken In execution at tho suit ot the
Miners and Laborers Having Fund Association vs
James Hagerty and his wife .Maria Hagerty In
right ot said wife and to be sold as the property ot
James and Maria nageriy.
' Lev. Fa,
at the same place on
MONDAY MAY Gib, 1889.
at s o'clock p, m.
All that certain piece or parcel of land situate
In tho Borough of Berwick, :colurobla county. I'a..
on the northwest corner ot l'lne and nocond streets
bounded and described as follows, to wit: Begin
nlngattho corner of l'lne and Second streets
thenco by Pine street one hundred and thlrty-ono
and a halt fe-t, more or leas, to tbo land belong
ing to the Jackson t Woodln Manufacturing Com
pany thence by sarao on a line parallel with So
cond street nlnety-nlae feet to a corner and from
thence one hundred and tklrty-ono and a halt feet,
more or less, to Second street thence by second
street ninety-nine feex to the corner, tho placo of
beginning, on whjch are erected a large Itrlck
Building used as an earthenware factory, a large
i-ot mm, Frame ware House, Frame stable and
seized, taken In exocutlon at the suit ot 11. &
Vivas vs. o. A. Becker and to be sold ag the prop
erty of C. A. Becker.
. . H- Va.
At the same place on
SATURDAY, MAY llth, 1889.
at S o'clock In the afternoon.
All that cortalu lot or parcel of land situate In
the township ot Jackson, Columbia county and
stale of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as
follows, fi-wltt Beginning at a chestnut, thence
by land ot Kllas Mendenball, north twenty-throe
degrees east one hundred and five perch, s and
four-tenths to a post, thence south seventy-throe
and one half degrees east seventeen and two
tenth perches to a pos'; thence -orth twenty-three
degrees cast thirty six and one-tenth perches to a
post thence by land of south seventy-
three and one-halt degrees cast nlnety.four and
seven-tenths perches to a post ; thence by land of
and Wlluom Brink south teven-
teen degrees west one hundred and forty and one-
half perches to a ipost thenue by land of Irani
Derr north seventy three and one-halt degrees,
west one hundred and twenty-seven and two
tenths perches to the place ot beginning ; contain
ing one hundred acres strict measure be the same
more or less, whereon are erected a Uwellog
House and outbuildings.
Seized, token In execution at the suit of Albert
Williams vs. Joshua lildlar, and to be sold as the
property ot Joshua Bldlar,
JOHN a CASEY,
l.OOMnllUltO HKUXIK NOTICE.
nil la herebr eiven that on renuest and an.
fillcation of a number ot the stockholders In the
itoninhhunr Rrldra Comnanr. a meeting of thu
corporators Is hereby called to assemble at Han.
mans' Hall In Bloomsburg on Thursday tho utb
day ot April, A. D. 1MV, at 3 o'clock p. m ot said
day for the purpose of considering the propriety
of petitioning the court of Common Pleas ot Col.
utsbla county tor a dissolution of -aid corporation.
Chairman ot tbe late meeting of Corporators.
;f u ai aal lu muImSum sm i"."
. - at. . . A . t a oil Jatlaii fel
A NNUATj BTATF.MnNT
'of 11)0 Town otDloonwburjr, for tb9 year ending
JAMKS 8. wILmon. Treasurer for teas, in account
with the town ot Bloomstmrg.
To cash from B I VannatU for
mer Treas. $ M 19
To cash from Newton Boone col-
lec-jiT for is4 m It
To cash from a A Herring,
county Trras on license... (44 00
To cash from l a Uarman Prest.
show licenses and fines...,. MOO
To rash from P 8 Uarman itm.
rower permits. IWOO
To cash from M C Woodward,
collector tor 1'84 1(3 31
To cash from M C Woodward,
Collector tor I8W SCE0 07 1
To cash rrom M rt Woodward,
collector forlSM 7. WO 00
To cash irom sundry persons
for removing rubbish etc.. II si
To cash fmm state tax on bonds 44 31
To amount of tax roll tor -is?., ttrsos
By runt of orders pd during the year. SKIS 00
coupons paid during the year. 64704
" oonas psiaauruigtne year viz:
Bond No n...
" " 14
" " 7S
" " 1
' " W
" " Kl
" " 100 .
" ' IIS ...,....
' " IM
' " 131
" " 141 ,
By amount of M O Woodward.
Collector for 1R, being
mount uncollected bjTreaa
on tax roll for f. 54 II
Uy amt ot Treasurers commiss
ion on licwjjot in per
.cent 181 M
Bal In bands or Treasurer 19
JaiocsS Wilson, Treasurer, as to eewer construc
To amount received from bonds
By amount otsowerorderspald S9oM
By amount of Treasurer's com.
mhnlon on tnos.riS a l per
Bal In hands ot Treasurer SOW 39
Newton Boone, Collector for 18S4.
To bal on duplicate ot ISM. r2St 44
By cash paid Jaa. 8 Wilson,
Bal due. VI 29
M O Woodward, Collector for IBas.
To bal on duplicate 1IM03
By addillonal exonerations al-
lowed.. 10 69
By cash paid James 8 Wilson
M C Woodward, Collector for 1ST.
To bal on duplicate 51J96i
By exonerations allowed. 13957
By cash paid J 8 Wilson Treas. tttlO 07
It c Woodward, Collector for 18s?.
To amount ot duplicate tSM It
Hyamt paid J 8 Wilson Treas.. 900 oo
uai nuc looQic
Amt fmm B V Vannatta former
Treas M 19
Amt from Newton Boone on
Amt from Cl Herring, county
Treas on licenses. 6S4 OO
Amt from I 8 Uarman, Prest.
show Menses and fines. 68 00
Amt fro-" I 8 Harman I'rest.
for sewer permits ...... 18000'
Amt from M 0 Woodward, col
lector for isss. ill 34
Amt from M O woodward, col
lector for i&a7 SOMor
Amt from M C Woodward, col
lector for 1881. 900 CO
Amt from sundry persons on
accounts II 21
Amt from state tax collected
on bonds 44 31
Amt reo'don tax roll for '88.... C8I890
Amt from C W Miller, In pay
ment of acct airalnst the
steam EL. Co 74 es
Amt reed on bonds Issued
Amt paid on road account.. ... SJMtl
Amt paid viewers In changing
Llgb- street road. 2100
Amt paid M A and Harriet Paul
damages In opening Eighth
street. 100 CO
Amt paid IW McKelvy in widen
ing Port Noble street. 200 CO
Amt paid O W Stiller tor placing
lime stone spawl on Fifth
sr. In payment of acct
airalnst the Bloomsbunr
Bream K L Co. 74 f
COH8TiLX AND TOUCI.
Amt pUd M o Woodward Town
Constable.. .. N
Amt paid M O Woodward, serv
ing notices, etc s'
Amt paid Wesley Knorr, former
Amt paid B B Freas, Chief of
ollce .7. .... 81
Amt paid sundry persons, as
sistant police CS
Amt p aid J A Hutchlns Co for
sewer pipe IK
Amt paid sundry persons tor
services, en l!
Amt paid Wm Krtckbaum,
damages houso by blast .... 1
Amt paid freight on sewer pipe
The following Items are on sew
er construction i
mt paid o w Miller on con
tract Amt paid Samuel Neyhard en
Amt paid sundry persons for
Amt paid Henna Canal Co for
Sutting sewer through un-.
Amt pd rent tor friendship Co
to April 1, 1889
Amt pd rent for Friendship Co
to April 1, 1839
Amt paid on account ot Rescue
Hand L Co, vizi
To I W Ilartman rent to April I,
To ugj8 Hughes rent to Aug
To V. w. ituuyon sundries for
To c H Furman sundries
To Stiff Maloy repairing hose
Amt paid appropriation to Wi
nona Fire Co
Amt pat i the Eureka Hose Co
Amt paid itloomsburtr Water Co for use
of 41 hydrants at 20per hydrant
Amt paid Uloomsburg Oas Co tor supply
ing 4! posts with gas at f 1.7a per post,
per month .
Amt pild Moyer Bros rent tor lockup to.
Amt pild for rep'rlng stov in lock.up.
Amt paid o E Elweil 8 mo rent for coun
cil room to Oct 1,1 sa. .
Amt paid I'ctrtkln Blllmeyer pant for
pound t April 1. Ifc84
Amt paid Pentlcr, (larrlson and tanker.
Auditors tor 1887
Amt paid C II Campbell recording rele
ases Amt paid J C Brown publishing annual
statement and ordinances Nosj?, St
Amt paid Elweil c Bit tenbender. publish
ing ordtnan'-ea Noa 38, 41 ana a, and
annual statement and printing town
Amt paid wm. Krtckbaum publishing an
nual statement and ordinances Nos
41 and 4, etc ,
Amt paid 8 F Peacock. Notary Public,
taking acknowledgm'nta on releases .
Amt paid a M Drinker repairing lock on
council room door.
Amt paid W II Brooke Co for station
ery Amt paid Daniel Leaoock serving notices,
Amt paid Central Telephone Co
Amt paid M I! Cox posting ordinances No
Amt paid Daniel Leacock bervlng tax
amt paid K II Yordy for H dozen tax
Amt paid Samuel Neyhard services as
Amt paid' Samuel Neyhard pTepartng'iui
Amt paid Samuel Neyhard services as
Paid on account of orders out
Forl8.i5 , i i
Paid interest on overdue order
No oo -..
Paid interest on overdue bonds
Nos 73. 74,70,91, !, n, 100
fald state ts x on bonds
Paid coupons of 1S87
.. f. MRU
Commission to treas.,..
Hal In hands of Treas ..
Deduct orders outsunilng. . .
Leaves amt equal to reota....
Balance on duplicate ot ist
. . isaa
Due from sundnr Demons i u an.....
" estate ot J U Uarman for sewer
Due from U. W. Sterner for sewer permit
Balance la bands of neu
' " on sewer acct.,
I 17113 8
Aug 1, iw-
" " 1MI-. .
" le. -.
' " 1S94-...,
" " 1897-....
" " 1WU....
" ' lf)0
' " 190X.....
" " im,
Orders outstanding for 1834...
" " " IMm.
" " " 1847..,.
' ' 1888....
amount retained from O W Mil
ler, contractor, being to per
vent on newer constructed..
"1884 " .
Amount required to complete
sewer extension, esuaiau.'a,
Amount brought forward.,
Net Indebtedness 119350 39
We the underrtpied Auditors of the Town of
ninnmrhufv met Thnrwlav and Frldar. the 28th
and 2rtu daya of March, tsay. ond uo hereby certi
fy that we have examl eatbe fregoteg accounts
and statements and find them correct and do ap-
Srrveoflne same. We further report that we
ud the Public Archives of the Town are unpro
tected from fire for w ant of a safe an) we urge the
Council to prfvure one, and we recommend that
the minutes 09 properly inaeawi.
J. 8. BLUE, 1
8. F. PEACOCK, V
A. N. YOST, J
W. H. BROOKE & CO.
Exchange Hotel Building
Are acents for Julius King's
celebrated spectacles. The best
in the world. Hundreds ot pairs
to select from and a fit guaran
teed. During the Holiday's trade
we sold dozens of pairs of these
celebrated goods,and as far heard
from all are satisfactory. Any
purchaser not exactly suited
may leturn these goods and ex
change for others, suited to
JUllORS FOH MAY TERM.
All must be at the Court House;Monday, May
eth, 1819, at 10 o'clock a. ra.
Beaver lacon Kry.
Berwick oeo. Walp, V-. J. Knorr, Don W. Hol
ly. 8. e. Hanly.
Ill em-Dartd Edwards Jr., Clinton sterling, II.
W. Kahler. Wesley Shutt, W. E. Knorr.
Catawlssa J oa. Strieker.
centre-Jos. Miller, Arthur Creasy.
Conyngham Henry Wh ttake.
Oreenwood Chas. Dlldlne, J. Wesley Albcrtson,
XL n Oilme-i.
Jackson F, U. Parker.
Madison John It. Stout, John Stetler.
Mimin Wm. llamcL j. w. Creasy.
hcott -A. p. llowelL
rpitAVEnBE JUUOH8, 1ST WEEK.
All must appear at the Court House Tuesday
May 7th li9 at o'clock a. m
Beaver John Hawk Sr.
Benton L P. Kitchen.
Berwick IL B. Freas, It. 0. Crispin, Le grand
Bloom J. J. Lawall, Wm. Webb.
Brlarcreek Silas E. Moyer, Isaac Martz, Wm.
catawlssa Harman Young. J. C. :Reedr, John
K. Werner, o. B. Rhawn.
Centralla Lee Ooorge.
Centre John Miller.
W. Bnckalew, Levi BelshUne, Moses McUenry, Is-
Franklin Fronds Ealy, B. W. Recder.
Jackson Caivtn Derr.
Locust Leander Btuig, Samuel Camp.
Mlfflln-M. C. Hess.
Montour Arthur Roberts, Samuel Brochus.
Mr. Pleasant Clark Beagle.
Oringo-John WeLsh. Isaac Kline.
Mtt-C. B. Kot, It. vv. Ent.
Sugarloaf Thomas smith.
Beaver C. II. Rittenhouse.
Benton Howard welliver.
Berwick Wm O. Rook, Jeremiah McMurtne.
Bloom Wm. Ilartman, Noah enter, John a.
Cox, Frank Cavanee, E. M. Crawford.
Brlarcreek M. II. Petty, Enoch Hlttenhocse.
centre-iL c. Barton, Allen J. shelihammer,
, conyngham Michael Brown.
Flablngcreek Wm. Kramer.
Franklin Jeeae John.
Oreenwood II. A. Lemon, Jacob Utt.
Jackson-P. C. Yorka, Daniel Stephens
Locust Isaac Hester, Daniel Rang, Jos. Belber,
j. d. w. j-ua.
Mifflin Henry Nuas, leremlah Yohe.
Montour Emanuel Lazarus,
ML Pleuaut Thos. Mcllriao, Jos. Ikeler.
Roarfngcreek John Mourey.
Pine Ellas Watts, John Kessler.
Scott Francis Heck, 11. IL Brown.
A DMINISTRATOH'S NOTICE.
Ettate of Jama DMlnt, late at UadUxm tommMp,
Cotumtiln county, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that letters of adminis
tration on the estate of James Dlldlne, late of tbe
township of Madison, county nf Columbia, and
state of Pennsylvania, deceased, have been grant
ed to "Vealey Mldl'ie of Jerseytown, Columbia
county Fa., to whom all persons Indebted to said
estate are requested to make payments, and those
having claims or demands will make known the
same without delay to
Apr. 13 I'. O. Jerseytown, Col. Co. Pa.
Notice Is hereby given that the following ac
count has been filed In the court ot Common Pleas
of Columbia County, and will be presented to tbe
Bald Court on the arst Monday or May A. D. lf9
and confirmed nlst, and unless Exceptions are Hi
ed within four days thereafter, will be continued
I. second account ot Samuel E. Smith, Trustee
of the bequest or John E. Fowler, deceasod. to tbe
poor ot llrlarcreelcTwp. Columbia county. Pa.
WH. n. HNYDKlt,
Proth'y's office, April 8, 1669. Froth notary.
FOUUCOUKSES. TF.RMaMODF.lt ATK.
For Catalogue, apply to
J. H. M. KNOX, 0. D., IL. D Pres't.
It. Bros. Apr, HMt,
II. 1..U ..AIlC, ClAlIC, KlllAH'lNil, tl.lltP
And Muscular Pains and weaknesses, Hack Ache,
Cteilao and Chest palne.rellertd In one minute by
gt Cuticura Anti-Pain Plaster1
only lns'antaneous paln-kllllng strengthening
plaster, tacts: 6 for si. At druggists, or ot rot
ter Drug and Chemical Ca, I)03ton
BTTIT Plmples,blaclihead, chapped andftV WfJ
XT lul oily skin cured by Cutlcura soap. IT JJ &U
1 auy itatia, cutor ehronlc, fa
lllay Pevr or Cold In liead.riuiJ.
rjment, A lawyer who had Catarrh
l1 vrm. dlsoovera a cur which It
' raw irlvrri ta thn world. Mo co
caine or harmful aubatanc No
nulT ordouoha. Eajt. aafa. nrrto
atila. bna ror circular whu Dome laiumomau.
Boorea cured. Dnufgltf. 1 rnall, 50a i mall, r
glaterad, 80c. PAYW fi A CO Atium. la.
UEU.A.KCOTT.Ntw Ink C1I,
WANTIIO.- Permanent era-
II!. ll lOPloiment and good salary or
commission. Address A. P. FltATT, Nurseryman,
Rochester, N. Y, Apr. Vi a-u
irK.aMF m wm i
WHITE AT ONOK
FOU OUH '
New Spring and Summer
Mailed Free to any Address.
E. 0. THOMPSON,
Tailor OlotUIer Importer,
1338 CHESTNUT STREET,
I. MAKE'S, The Meltable .doMer.
Why are we doing the largest Clothing and Hat trade in Bloomsburg? Good reason for it
you may be sure. Wc keep the best and most fashionable goods, and prices aro ALWAYS THE
LOWEST. Our store is spacious, cheerful and well lighted and a model in all its appointments
and equipment.". Our stock is NEW, BRIGHT and
The Largest Clothing and
Wheat per bushel
Rye " "
Ccrti " " ....
Oats " "
Flour " bbl
Lard por lb
Vinegar per gal
OdIous per bushel
Wool per lb
40 . CO
7i 1 00
S to 7
COAL ON WllAKF.
No ! 2.00; Nos 2. 3, i Lump itS.S-l
No 58.00 Ilitiiralnus $S.2S
FMate of Kit Barton, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that letters ot admlstra
tlon de bonis nm, with tbe will annexed on the
estate of Ell Hart n, deceased, havo been granted
to the undersigned, to whom all persons knowing
themselves to be Indebted to said esta'e are re
quired to make payment, forthwith; and those
having claims aio to present tnem for settlement.
JOHN O. FUEEZK,
March W 15S9. Administrator, d. b. n. c. t. a,
Col. Jreezo gives notice further, that claims re
maining unpaid more than 90 days wl 1 be collect
ed by suit In nioomsburg, as the estate must be
settled up at once.
JOHN O. FREEZE.
Estate of Joseph a. Keller late of Green'twxJ loioi
thtp, Columbia County Ifnmulauita, aeemtea.
Notice la hereby given that letters ot adminls.
tratlon on the cstato or Joseph o. Keller, late of
(ireenwo'd town-blp, omnty of Columbia, and
state or Pennsylvania, deceased, have been grant
ed to D. T. Keller, to whom all persons Indebted
to aid estate aro req tested to make payments,
and those having slalms or demands will make
known tho same without delay.
Jiar2f 11. T. KELLER,
orangevlllo, To. Administrator.
AMENDMENT TO TOE CONSTITUTION
proposed to the citizens of this Commonwealth
by the "oneral Assembly of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania, for their approval or rejection at
a special election to be held June is. 1SW. pub
lished by order of the secretary of the common
wealth, in pursuance ot Article XVHI of the con
stltutlon. Joiut resolution proposing an amendment to
tbe Constitution or this commonwealth :
Sxction 1. lie It resolved by tho senate and
nouso ot Representatives of the commonwealtu
ot Pennsylvania In oeneral Assembly met. That
tbe following amendment Is proposed to tbe Con
stitution of the Commonwealth ot Pennsylvania,
in accordance with the BghteenthArttclethereot:
There shall be an additional article to said Con.
suiuuon wi oe ueaigmueu as Article XIX, as lol
The manufacture, sale, or keenlncr fnr aninnf
Intoxicating liquor, to be used as a beverage, Is
hereby prohibited, and any violation of this pro
hibition shall be a misdemeanor, punishable as
tUltm piu luru vj law.
The manufacture, salo. or keeDincr tnr raIa nr in.
toxlcatlni; llauor for other nurooKpa than n a
beverage may be allowed In such manner only as
may be prescilbtd by law. The General Assembly
shall, at the first session succeeding the adoption
of this article nf ttie constitution, enact laws
Willi auequaui pcuamtn iur ii entorcemenl.
A true copy ot the Joint ltesolui ion.
CHARLES W. STONE,
Secretary ot the Commonwealth
Allays 1'utn nml
Heals tliu Bnrcs.
Senses of Tustu
TBY THE OUREHAY-EEVER
A particle U applied into each nostril, and Is
agreeable, I'rlco&ocent at Druggists: by mall
registered. 60 eta. KLi UltoTlIKKH, U Warren
"treet. New York. 'Apr 18 d-4t
TaTTCTl?0" Climate and
uuut Location in i He Bouth
J.F. mancua, ciaiemont Va.
Apr m u u
sis CS033 lux'.sn suas.
Ak mr iiiruniri HHgliak
U)mena Bran 4, la im
.lailw aeaJiHl with lilutrkb
ton. At 1'rutfgUtA. Atwpt
lxrJ imxm. pink wm iri. u 4tN
i ... f Utur. Ly rcturu nmXU lO.OOO tcatl
and comprehensive, and always we will maintain tho position of
Hat Store in Columbia and Montour Counties.
Watches and Silverware.
O- O O -u- -0- o j
The finest lino of Gentlemen's Watches ever in Bloomsburg.
In Ladies' and Gents' Gold Watches,
vc will not bo undersold.
A very fine line of
SOLID SILVER BRACELETS.
All goods sold engraved free of charge. Kepairing of all kinds
done neatly, jjromptly, and guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Columbian Building:, Uloomsburg, Pa.
Largest Block of Carpcti in the County at
W". HI. BROWBR'S
Latest Styles, Newest Patterns in
Velvets, Body and Tapestry
Brussels, Ingrains, &c.
A full line of Cocoa ami Canton Mattings.
The best WIRE FOOT MAT in the Market.
Mereisiinit s f afitorieg
Ut Uou t oost rnuoh at the prices we sell them. The. press in out is 10x1 ing -ovory
one tested at 10,000 pounds, ind hanrlsome finish. '
300 pagee, S 05
500 1 00
700 " l 25
1000 " j 70
BE METHOD THAT.
HOSiciNS im.w Avii7iTtTTT??rrM,""""""MJ
systematic flling or U Mk Ta, d
roferrod to at a glanoo.
EVKRY OPtfiftw wiri.'ir
ogae of Station It
1 , At!
ln ?, i ' St
' ' '
o l-0- -(I- -0- o- o- o-
From 25o. to 75o.
Our Patent Keser
15o., 25a, 40a, 50p.
apTrsTf alffidfL TT1
1 P Indl!' to w,liuh tue7 can bo
t0 P?V postaRe, wo geud samples of our
L of. Engraving, and our IllnstrateJ
of Stat bnerv.
HosMllS CO., TUo Uog Stationers,
; w Aru bu, ruiladelphu.