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COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
0. E. Elwll, I njii.,,
FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1889.
005 poople from tbo wrcckod steamer
Damnark arrived in Philadelphia Mon
day evening on tho ship Mistouri. All
of tho Danmark passengers looked
hearty and bright and showed no signs
of tho hardship they must havo endured.
Prohibition was defeated in Massa
chusetts by a majority of nearly 60,000,
on Tuesday. Thoy voted on a consti
tutional amendment, tho same as Penn
Bvlvania will do In Juno. New Ham
ehiro rejected such an amendment a
few weeks ago, and Khode Island,
which adopted tbo amendment a couple
of years ago, is taking steps to havo it
repealed. Prohibition does not appear
to bo popular among tho Puritans who
havo tried it np in Now EnghHui
From our Regular Correspondent.)
Washington, April 21, 1889
Sonator John Sherman and tho other
Republicans of tbo Ohio Oongreasional
delegation aro at dagger points. Tho
Senator, with his usual greediness,
wants tho other fellows to allow him to
name tho Ohio moo who shall have
federal patronagj. This one sided
way of giving tbo prizes is strongly
objectedto by Congressmen McKinloy,
Butterworth, Burton and others who
have friends they wish to provide for,
nnd tho result is that Ohio is gotting
left in the distribution of political pap.
Among the disgusted Ohio Republi
cans is AlphooBO Hart, who came hero
iiTcpared to go to work as Solicitor of
nterual Revenue, a position which bo
says Attorney General Miller tendered
him and which ho accepted several
weeks ago. But ho has not gone to
work, owing to tho objection of a man
greater than "me too" Miller. Bops
Quay has a man whom ho wishes put
into that position, but nothing' has yet
been done, and as Quay is said to havo
gone homo in a pet last week, perhaps
Hart will get it after all.
Tho new Republican officials aro
verv prompt in cutting sworn in, eo as
to let-their salaries begin. Then they
take their own time in beginning to
work. I was forcibly reminded of this
when llobert r. l'orter, editor ot toe
Now York Press, tarned up here two
days after be was appointed Superin
tendent of tbo Census, was sworn in,
rushed down, caucht on an afternoon
train and returnod to his private busi
ness in New York city. By tho way,
Porter is one of tbo most rabid advo
cates of a protective tarilf, is an
Englishman, and is said to havo writen
just as rabidly in favor of free trade
until he was brought over by tho pro
tectionists. If Mr. Cleveland had ap
pointed an Englishman to as important
a position as this, all the Republican
papers in the country would havo boen
yelping at him and charging him with
all sorts ot crimes, lint then you see
it makes a great difference" whose ox is
The notorious cotored ex-Congress
man smalls, ot South Carolina, came
very near to being 'the first negro P'
peinted to ofllco by President Harrison,
and be may be yet Ibe nrst. tlo is an
applicant for the position of Collector
of Customs at Beaufort, South Caro
lina, and it has been about decided to
appoint him when a telegram was re
ceived from bis state asking that tbo
matter be held up until certain charges
against Mr. bmalls could bo submitted
to the President. If tho latter thinks
to strengthen his party in the south
by appointing such men as Smalls to
office ho is sadly misinformed as to the
status ot publio opinion in that section
Representative Henry Cabot Lodge,
of Massachusetts, is a very fortunate
man. He says: "I am not over
burdened by oflice-seelers. The people
of my stato do not seem to be anxious
for much. In my district there has
not been a single endeavor to remove
even a Postmaster."'
All the arrangements have been
completed for the trip of the President
and Cabinet to How York next Mom
day, to tako part in tho Centennial
Celebration. They leave here at
very early hour, arriving at Elizabeth,
N. J. in time to take breakfast with
the Governor of New Jersey. They
then go to Elizabethport where they
take boats which are. to take them over
exactly tho same route that Gcotge
Washington went just
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury
Tiohenor is mad, he is in fact very
mad, and does not care who knows it
He had a candidalo for the position of
appraiser of the port of New York and
the President appointed another fellow.
Tho only consolation that Mr. Tichenor
has is tbo fact that the appointment
does not please the new xork bena
tors any bettor than it does himseil.
- For years it has been the custom to
consider the lour years commissions o
Federal officials as beginning' from the
data of their couhrmation. JNow,
order to make vacancies, the Republi
can Cougresmen are bringing pressure
to bear on 1'resident Harrison to have
an order issued to consider these com
missions as dating from the original
appomtmont. Mho 1'resident has re
ferred tho question to "me too" Miller
for an opinion, and tho obanoes aro
that all (nose officials appointed by Mr.
Cleveland in the Sring and Summer of
1885 will find out that their commis
ttious are considered as having expired
notwithstanding that it was in some
cases a year after appointment before
the Senate confirmed them. The Ro
publioans want the offices and not hav
ing any good excuse for removing tho
incumbents thoy have hit upon this
Tho Inter State Oosrri&ic Coarais
sion has notified the officers of all tbo
railroads in the middle and eastern
states to appear beforo the Commission
on May ''Odand set forth tho pereoi b'
The small pox Is raging at Nantl
coke and no measures aro being taken
to nrovent its spread owing to a dead
lock in tho borongh council. In such
n cano it would bo blessing if tho"
diccaso should broak tho dea Mock by
attacking tho obstinate membors of tho
No other prrp.iftilluii lias v, ,u Htctejs at
home C4ual In II khI s Si.-:tiar.Jl.i. in
Lowell, Mass., wliore II U i:i Cc, It 1 now,
as II has lircii Jrr ye.tr. (ho le.nlliiu medicine
for I'liiltjliis llio Mixtl, mil limit's il
f Ireiif IliPiihii! tho f.ytcm. This " kixhI name
it linmo" It "n lower of nrciigtli .Lrn,.il.''
It v.utihl rcq'ilrc a Milumo
l.i I mil nil Ivi'll rcorU
I, io mill III favor ( Hood's
airs.itdrlll.1. Mr. Albert
Ijtes, lit lug nt S3 Hut l'luo
Hired, Lowell, for 11 e.irs
cmplojeJ af boss c-irpmlcr tjy.l. W. Dennett,
lrelilent ot tho Erlo Tc.ler.hono Company,
li.nl a largo running tnra cw.o in Ml leg,
which troubled him a year, wl en l.e began to
takellooeUS.irsiparllla. Tho soro soon grew
Irn In nUfl, anil In a (hurt time disappeared.
,tos. I)u npliy, 111 Cen
tral Street, Lowell, had
Fuellings and lumps
oil tils faco and neik,
which Hood's flarsapa
rllla completely cured.
Mrs. C. W. Marriott, wife ot tho Klrst As
sistant l'lrc Engineer of Ixiwcll, says that
for 13 jenrs elm was troubled with stomach
disorder nnd sick headache, which nothing
rclleicd. Tho attacks catne en every foil
night, when she was obliged to tako ber bed,
nnd was unablo to enduro any noise, alio
took Hood's Sarsaparilla, nnd after a tlmo
the attacks ceased entirely.
Many more might bo given had we room.
On the recommendation of pcop.o of Lowell,
who know us, wo ask you to try
SoMbyatldruggtiti. fl tlxforffs. TrepArcdonly
lij C. I, ItOOll A CO., Althcrarlea, Ismail, Mi.
Dosos Ono Dollar
W. H. BROOKE & CO.
Exchange Hotel Building
Are agents for Julius King's
celebrated spectacles. The best
in the world. Hundreds of pairs
to Belect from and a fit guaranteed.
During the Holiday's trade
we sold dozens of pairs of these
celebrated goods.and aa far heard
from all are satisfactory. Any
purchaser not exactly suited
may leturn these goods and ex
change for others, suited to
A DSIINISTRA.TOU'8 NOTICE.
Btlale of James Dilatne, late oj Maainon Unciuhtp,
votujiwui county, aeceasea.
Notice Is herebr clven that letterri ot adminis
tration on tho estate of James Dtldlne, late ot the
township of Madison, county ot Columbia, and
state of Pennsylvania, deceased, have been grant
ed to "Vesley "HOlno ot Jerseytown, Columbia
county Pa., to whom all persons Indebted to said
estate are requested to make payments, andtnoso
having claims or demands will make known the
same wimoui. aeiay w
P. O. Jerseytown, Col. Co. Pa.
Notice Is Hereby elven that the rollowlnir no-
count nas been filed In the Court of Common Pleas
ot Columbia county, and will be presented to tbe
said Court on the nrst Monday ot May A. D. 1889
and confirmed Mat, and unless Exceptions are Bl
ed within four days thereafter, will bo conflrmed
1. Second account of flamuel k. Rtntth. Tnwtiw
of the bequest ot John E. Fowler, deceaaod. to the
Poor ot lirlarcreek Twp. Columbia countv. Pa.
WSI. II. SN YDElt,
Prothys office, April 8, 1889. Prothonotary.
minniv mv nil
1, MI 1111.
AFT131CIVOON and TVIOHT.
BARNUM & BAILEY'S
Greatest Show on Earth.
Larger, Greater, Grander than ever More in its history.
The. most colossal anil stupendous amusement enterprise ever organized. Exhibited in
nil lis monster magnificence and undivided gicatncss, for the edification, delec
tation, amusement, delight, Instruction nnd wondcrof tho whole people.
ill A J. L
n rr mi
New United Shows in One.
CAPITAL INVESTED, 83,000,000.
DAILY EXI'ENSEb, $0,800.
P. T. UAIWUM,
J. A. UAILEY,
Big Circus Compatiica in tbrro Uiopp,
Great Orifjinal Paris Olympia HipptMlromi',
WizirdV Black Tent of Illusions,
Real Wild Moorish Caravan,
Double Jlenaueries oi Wild and Trained B asts,
Mammoth Musoum teetninfj with wondtr-",
Grand Ilorso Kair, with 380 horses,
fcluge Elt-vated Staged lor Olymuian GamcH,
Gigantic acgri'gatioii of Living Curiosities, -
Immense Moneler World's Fair,
Extensive Aviary. Huge Aquarium,
jisiaie oftai Barton, aeceatea.
NotlCO lR h&rflhT B-IVPn that. lottAm nt ailmlDtM.
ttOn de DOnlA SOn. With thA will ftnnATtvl nn f hn
estate of EU Bartnn, deceased, have been granted'
to tue underalened, to whom all persons knowing
themselves to be Indebted to said estate are re
quired to make payment, forthwith: and those
having claims are to present them for settlement.
. JOHN O. ritKEZE,
March 18.1BS9. Administrator, d. b. n. c. tTa.
Col. Freeze elves notice further, that, r.uima r
malnlng unpaid more than 90 days will be collect
ed by suit in moomsburg, as the estate must be
settled up at once.
A DMJNISTUA.TOIV8 NOTICE.
XMate of Joseph O. Keller laUof areemrvoa torni-
imp, Lwumma twunny lvnntvivanta, aeceatea,
Notice is hereby irlvpn that lettera nf nilmlnln.
tratlon on the estAtn nt .?nwnh n TCfllpr. IntA nf
OreenwoM township, county of Columbia, and
state of Pennsvlvanlo, deceased, havo been grant
ed to D. T. Keller, t&whom .11 persons Indebted
w -uiu ramie are rrq'iescea iq maKe paymenis,
and those having claims or demands will make
known the same without delay.
MarM . D. T. KBfXER,
Orangevllle, Pa. Administrator.
M EN DM EN T TO TIIE CONSTITUTION
, propoeed to the citizens of this Commonwealth
the neneral Assembly of the commonwealth
of Pennsylvania, for their approval or rejection at
a special election to be held .Tune in. lftst. Pub.
llshed by order of the secretary of the common
wealth. In pursuance ot article XVIII of tho Con.
joint resolution proposing an amendment to
tbe constitution or this commonwealth :
Section l. lie It resolved by the senate and
rjousa of Itepresontattves of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania In General Assembly met. That
the following amendment la proposed to the con.
stltutlon ot tbe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
In accordance with the Eighteenth Article thereof:
There shall be an additional article to said Con-
Buiuuon uj do obsignated as Article XIX. as lot.
The manufacture, sale, or keenlne for sale of
intoxicating ttnuor, to be used as a beverage,. Is
hereby prohibited, and any vlolaUoa of this pro
hibition shall be a misdemeanor, punishable as
shall be provided by law.
The manufacture, sale, or keeping for sale ot In
toxicating liquor for other purposes than as a
beverage may be allowed In such manner only aa
may be prescribed by law. Tbe General Assembly
shall, at the first session succeeding the adoption
or mis article oi tne constitution, enact laws
wim auequara penalties tor its enforcement.
A true copy ot the Joint Kesolution.
CIIAHLES W. STONE,
Secretary of tbe Commonwealth.
3fl GI.Q53 BiilW.
Orig ImL tMt, ! rnlt irjl
r!ltllapUJ furMU. Never fill.
AftlC for I klr.lAMlar'm KmaUti
Diamond Br&Bd, In ndw-
UllIcjlwiM. MaKd lth bin rlh.
twtril boiM, ptok wnppen, an a dancer
uaterft-lt. Hul 4a. (iump) fur
pwOouUri and "licit f fop Idlea,(
Ultar. hw Mlyn mall. Ill iUUiVI.ll
ittwa LAIIIS Mur ui ibtm, Nini PiMr.
DfCITIHoll CUmata and
DXiJX Location In tbe south
J. P. MANCUA, Claremont Va.
WAHTIiD Permanent em.
nloi ment and rood salary or
ddress A. D. PltATT. Nurseryman.
V. Apr. lJ-d-4t
Itllr.li'lATlO, CIA 1 10. HUUUTINd, blUltP
And Muscular Pains and weaknesaes, Ilack Ache,
Uteilne and chest pains, rellevfd In one minute by
the p..;n..M, a.; DaI DinnAM The
and cUssoa of persona, if any, t6 whom 5'. L lJSi'SA
01tU OI tucut noucu iiuu ijosouo ui i uianu.T. l-is; o lurt i. At uruKlnui, ur Ul 1 Ub-
freo transportation to liersoua other
than its own ofllcors or omployea and
tho oQlecru and employes of other rail
road companies, and all the conditions
and limitations conneotcd therewith in
each instance and how they do this
How loving they are; this is always
a sure sign. After the first year some
times it don't hold good. When
Charles comes homo to yon grouty and
croi s. snaDDiocand snarlinir, unable to
relish the nice dlnuer you have oookod,
ter Drug and Chemical Co., Itontoa
BTTT Plmplcs.blackheads.'cbappod andnr up
JTX1Y1 oily skin cured by Cutlcura soap. C lld
AIlay Pain and
Jleala the Sorei,
Senaea of Taite
and feels as thoutth there was a ton of mv TtrTT nrrexllAY "FEVER
iiit; iron in hit Stomach, ho IS troubled a particle la appUed into each nostril, andU
djr.pep.ia, and Sulphur Bitter, is
iho only medlolae that Will cure hl. sfleet, ww toE Apru
lij Alhletio Games, Aquatic Sports, XK
Real Black Tent of Mysteries
Huge continuous gallery of 40 chaste, beautiful living and speaking supernatural Illusion.
's&fF? A JAND.OF WILD.M00R1SHJVARR10HS.
GENUINE WILD MOORISH CARAVAN,
Containing a rare feast of Oriental Riches, and an embarrasment of Eastern Splendor?,
i itaiuicu bi bu ucium cost oi 9iuv,vuu, &uu comprising a perfect mirror or
the life of tho strange people Inhabiting the desert.
CHARMING ALGERIAN DANCING MAIDENS,
High Priests. Troubadours. Desert Musicians. Soudanese,
And whole ttibes of curious Eastern People, together with their War Weapons, Arabian
icjim ui Auuimi okirb, oosuimcs, uicosiis, iteugious Aruciea, cic.
GRAND PARIS OLYMPIA HIPPODROME.
With a myriad of novel and thrilling races,
Huge Bird Races. Animal Races. Dog Races.
THE MARVELOUS BICYCLE RIDING ELEPHANT,
Only Dwarf Hairy Elephant In the World,
TROUPE OP TRAINED TALKING AND ACTING SEALS.
MAMMOTH HORSE FAIR, with .180 Horses,
In a sefarnte tent, for public inpectlon.
A Tremendous Trained Animal Department,
Willi Tialned Bhecp, Otcso, Pelican, OlratTo, Ostriches, Qame Itoostera, Pigs, Cats,
nogs, i-onit8, uorscs, i',ie)iiHiii8, unmeia, t.tonB, iigvrs, iiyeuar,
Wolves, Panthers, Leopartls, etc.
e Town of DioombntB, for th Tear ending
inaruiioisu 1 ww,
JANES B. WILHON, Treasarer for 18', In account
with tbe town ot IUoonnourg,
Tacasti from D P Vannalta for-
To cash from Newton Duone col.
lector for ism.
To cash from u A Herring,
oonntrlTcaa. PR licenses...
To cash from VH Harman Prest.
snow llcennos and fines.....
To cash from 1' 8 Harman I Test,
To cash from M O Woodward,
collector for ias
Tocaahfrom M c woodward,
collector for 18s7
To cash from M i Woodward,
To cash from sundry persons
for remonnfc rnbbtsn eta..
To cash from Bute tai on bona
To amount ot tax roll for lsas..
amt of orders pd during- the -rear.
" " oouDOna nald durlnir the rear.
bonds paid during- the rear tie
Bond No 13 . , loooo
" " 74... 20090
" " 75 BOO 00
" ' 91 . 200 00
" " n an oo
" 93 mono
" " 10O. 16000
" " 11S 16000
" " 130 200 00
' " 131 , 30000
" " 141 150 00
Br amount of M O woodward.
Collector for lMta being
amount uncollected ojrTreaa
on tax rou for "88. sunt
tit amt of Treasurer's cotnmtss.
ion on S10S3-.04 9 IK per
.cent. Z...., 1698
Bal in handsor Treasurer...... em
James 8 Wilson, Treasurer, as to sewer construc
To amount rccelred from bonds
Br amount of sewerorderspald SWSt-S
Br amount ot Treasurer's com
mission on t3V09.&3 a l per
Bal In bands of Treasurer 3063 3a
Newton Boone, Collector tor lest.
To bal on duplicate ot l&st.'
B7 cash paid Jas. S Wilson,
M C Woodward, Collector for 1S9&.
To bal on duplicate
Br additional exonerations al-
Br cash paid James 8 Wilson
1 361 48
M C Woodward, Collector tor 1887.
To bal on duplicate
Br exonerations allowed.
Br cash paid J 8 Wilson Treas.
M C Woodward, Collector
To amount ot duplicate..........
Br amt paid J S Wilson Treas. .
Ual due. i
Amt from B F Vannatta former
Amt from Newton Boone on
UUp OI 1891
Amt from 0 A HerTln-r, county
Treas on licenses.
Amt from P 8 Harman, l'rcst.
show licenses and nncs.
Amtfro--i P 8 Uarman l'resu
for sewer permits.
Amt from MO woodward, col
lector for 1684.
AmttromMO woodward, col
lector for 187 i
Amt from M O Woodward, col-
Amt from sundry persona on
Amt from state tax collected
Amt ree'd on tax roll for '88.... I
Amt from C W Miller, In pay
ment ui accb against; mo
Steams EL. Co
Amt reed on bonds Issued
Amt paid on road account. 3539 ti
Amt paid viewers in changing
light Street road..... 2100
Amt paid M A and Harriet Paul
uamacxH m opening; lag-uin
street- too 00
Amt paid I W McKelrr In widen-
lne Port Noble street. 2flO on
Amt paid C W Miller for placing-
lime bwoo spawi on rii&n
St. tn payment ot ucct
against the Blopmsburg-
eicam sat. wo.
CONSTABUt AMD fOUCK,
Amt paid H O Woodward Town
Constable.. r.0 00
Amt paid M C Woodward, serv
ing notices, etc vt ot
Amt said Wesley Knorr. former
police. 0 00
Amt paid B B Freas, Chief of
Amt paid sundry persons, as
Amt paid J A Hutcnlns S Co for
sewer pipe 103 43
Amt paid sundry persons for
services, en 13 cs
Amt paid Wm Krlckbaum,
aamacres house by blast 1 (0
Amt paid freight on sewer pipe o 58
Tbe following Items are on Bow
er construction :
Amt paid O W Sillier on con.
Amt paid Samuel Neynard en
gineer Amt paid sundry persona tor
300 of Iho most Phennmennl Artists.
50 Male and Female Hippodrome Hitlers.
60 Amazing and Astounding AcrUlnts,
20 of tho Funniest Clowns on Earth.
Two Monster Double Menageries of Rare Wild Beasts.
Museum of Wonders.
ELKVATEI) STAGES. THREE RINGS.
Alt, lSertlilni;, for One 1'rlcu ctl AiIiiiIhhIoii I
CHILDREN, under 9 yoars, 25c.
TWO EXHIBITIONS DAIIiV, nl 2 nnd 8 p. ro. Doors open an hour rarller.
For the nccommoJatpn of 1I1030 whiting to nvold the crowiU at tho wagon, an ofHce
Iras Ijich opened at tho
COLUMBIAN PRINTING OFFICE,
near Post Oillce, whero reserved numbered seats can bo purchased at tbo regular price,
and admltelon tickets at tho usual slight advance on day of (bow,
GREAT FREE NEW STREET PARADE,
Containing a mile of rich objects and features, at 0 to 10 o'clock on morning of show.
CHEAP EXCURSION! IN AIL RAllRBAlti
f 77 M
f liS 18
Amt paid Penna Canal Co tor
Smiiny sewer uirougn un
er canal .
Amt pd rent for frlendsnlp Co
to Aprui, lsss
Amt pd met for Friendship Co
Amt paid on account ot Itcacue
If and L Co, Tlzi
To I W Uartman rent to April 1,
To nughes rent to An;
To c! w. Kunfon BundHes tor
To C H Furman sundrtea
To stiff Maloy repairing nose
Amt paid appropriation to Wl
Amt pall tbe Eureka nose Co
Amt paid jtioomsbure Water Co tor use
oi 43 nyoranis at awper nyarant $Mtn
Amt paid Woomsburg Oas Co for supply
ing k posts wiia gas a& 11. . 3 per post
per month. . ,
Amt paid Voyer Bros rent tor lockup to
Amt paid for ren'rlDit store In lock-up....
Amt paid o E Elwelt 9 mo rent for coun.
cil room to Oct 1, ixi8. ..
Amt paid Pctrlkln lllllmeyer rent for
pound t April 1. 1884
Amt paid Dentler, orrlsoa and litnker,
Auditors tor 18S7
Amt paid O II Campbell recording rele.
Amt paid 4 C 'Brown ' rublisnlne ' ani ual
siaurmvui. uuu umiuauis noa at, ri
Amt paid Klwell & Illitenbender, pubusb-
mif onjiuaii- iiuti oc. k uuu , anu
annual statement and printing town
Amt paid Wm. Krlckbaum publishing an
nual siaiciueut. auu unuutiaces nus
t 848 34
L I11H, The Bdiable aotbier.
Why.are wc doing tho largest Clothing and Hat trade in Bloomsburg? Good reason for it
you may bo sure. We 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 ita appointments
and equipments. Our stock is NEW, BRIGHT and
and comprehensive, and always we will maintain the position of
The Largest Clothing and Hat Store in Columbia and Montour Counties.
41 and 49. eto .. -. 30 50
Amt paid 8 F lcacock. Notary Public,
taklngacknowledgm'nta on releases . 3S5
Amt paid O M Drinker repairing lock on
council room door. CO
Amt paid W II llrooko Co for station.
Amt paid Daniel Lcacock serving notices,
etc 3 30
Amt paid Central Telephone Co S3
Amt patd M R Cox posting ordinances No
39 and 40 ..: S50
Amt paid Daniel Leacock tcrtlag tax
Amt paid E D Yonly tor V dozen tax
books 0 75
Amt paid Samuel rieybard services aa
Hocy 173 00
Amt paid Samuel Neyhard preparing 1 1st
statement SO 00
Amt paid Samuel Neynard services as
Paid on account of orders out
For 18 323 m
For 1S8 78 S3
For 1887 2091 73
Paid interest on overdue order
NO 430 3 13
Paid Interest on overdue bonds
N09 73, 71, 70, Dl, itt, 93, 100
and 130 4783
paid State tax on bonds 45 42
Paid bonds 2070 on
Paid coupons ot l" '. 133 20
" " S8 .... 513 84
$ 617 04
Commission to treas tm tu
Hal In hand9 ot Treas..... 3071 53
$ 3M4 39
Deduct orders outstanding 1413 66
leaves amt equal to recta $ 17176 83
Balance on dupUcate ot U84 94 29
" ' 1888 145S16
Due from sundry persons n ac 15 07
" estate of J II Ilarman tor sewer
permit 10 no
Due from o. W. Sterner tor sewer permit 10 0C
luiance In bands or rreas 19
" " " " on sewer acct.. 30653d
Bond due Aug 1, 1849. 960 Do
.. .. .. itm. .. dtooo
" " " "1891 1020 00
ii ii ii ii jgjj 1000 00
.i ii "1693... ... 1100 00
i. ii ii l894 1140 00
" 1895. 1110 09
" " " 1890. 121000
ii ii ii ,897 1270 00
ii ii i89i 1420 00
ii ii u 1899, 1300 00
" " "1900 1090 00
" " " "1901 61!0 00
" " ' " 1902. 60000
ii i. . ii 19M. esooo
ii ii ii j90i 7JOO0
i . ii 7M CO
ii ii i. ii 19oa. 1070 00
' 1907 440 00
" " " " 191 41000
Orders outstanding for 1834... 700
" " " 1880..... 39 62
" " 18-7.... 4t 69
" " 1888.... 1413 C6
amount retained from c w Mil
ler, contractor, being io per
cent on sewer constructed . , 234 47
Coupons of 1887 unpaid. 179 16
r. "1881 256 69
Amount required to complete
sower extension, estimated, 3065 36
! $5237 44
Amount brought forward $24201 40
Deduct assets . 4857 os
Net Indebtedness (19350 39
We the undersigned Auditors of the Town ot
Bloomtourg met Thursday and Friday, the 28tn
and sth days of March, :889, ond uo hereby certi
fy that we hare examined the foregoing accounts
and statements and nnd them correct and do ap
Drive of the same, we further reoort that we
hnd the l'ubllo Archives of the Town are unpro
tected from nre tor w ant ot a sato anl we urge the
council to procure one, ana we recommend mat
the minutes ai properly Indexed.
8. F. i'KACOCK, Auditors.
A. ti. YOST, J
FouncoimsES. terms moderate.
For Catalogue, apply to
J. H. M. KNOX, D. D., LL. D., Pres't.
it. Bros. Apr. 12-4t.
anv MBcr. Ariitaor chroolc. ftlia
W1I7 vt or Cold la Hc&d. rapid-
'Ul- Ulvfe Mrl(..l .nrlnri.
ll m dlDOT0ri ft cure wblch li
nowglren to the world. No oo
calo or harmful tubtunce No
muff ordouohtL Kur.ufi.uTMt.
abl. bead tor circular with home teattmonlaU.
Hcoret curea. vrvxpti, i mii, quo, i man, re
BUtered.eOc FaVE A CO?, Ataua, Fi-
. Meiratamt s TaStorimg
Watches, and Silverware.
O- -O -O- U -l- o 1 O 1 -II- O- O -o- o
The finest line of Gentlemen's Watches ever in Bloomsburg.
In Ladies' and Gents' Gold Watches,
we will not be undersold.
-A very fine line of-
SOLID SILVER BRACELETS.
All goods sold engraved free of charge. Repairing of all kinds
done neatly, promptly, and guaranteed to give satisfaction.
& wmms, JMwm&mm,
Columbian Building, Bloomsburg Pa.
Largest stock of Carpets in the County at
W. EC. BROTHER'S
Latest Styles, Newest Patterns in
Velvets, Body and Tapestry
Brussels, Ingrains, &c.
A full line of Cocoa and Canton Mattings.
The best WIRE FOOT MAT in tho Market.
Carpets an& Milliners.
New Carpets Now styles in Velvets, Tapestries and Ingrains, at i
able prices. Odd Patterns, Sh-irt Pieces and Odd Loneths
Smyrna Rugs from 75cts. up. Q TO" TTRITER.
Latest Spring Styles. Best Material. Best Work. Fair Prices.
H. E. WASLEY.
At ,0Diry ?' n1"'0 td. Next door to I. W Harlnnn & Son's
Mam street, below Market. BLOOMSBUUG, PA.
YOU WILL FIND
Ttial's lUo reason why our business Is
growing so lapldly. H'a against your
mteret aa well at our to fpoud your
money for a Bprlog Overcoat, a Spring
suit or a Pair of Spring Trousers, with
out examiuing our London Made Oar.
i'Asnion OiriLoaui and siMrua
Fkie r Mail.
E. 0. THOMPSON,
1338 CHESTNUT STREET,
(Orroain the Mimt.)
can be pu?1,oe.r,al Ink' " M DCar Pcrf,c,loa M P08lble. d will stand any test they
iMMKiAt, Waterhioof, Intense Black Fluid.
Imhkul Jit Buck fluid, will take one copj,
IunitiAL Combined Wuitino and Coptino,
tissxs. vS&chera,cal can tak0 11 out-
iMriBUi. Vioiet The handsomest Ink' In l. n,i.i
9 4 60
per Quart E0f.
Our Inks have
tho largest sale
of any in the city
per doz., $5 00
Each Quart in
Separate B o z,
IypERIAT. flnil Ur.ii in. ........ .1....
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lupiWAtaoM Akauio. Whim, tho Bom m,i.
llKIAR Mnmlnrrni ara I . .
color, dries q-WTl.T SSWhS
tho price is lower than any other tirt quality gum !
io? 1 10 ?W PBe, we send samples of our
12 New Sty es of Ins, Writing Paper we sell by the
pound, Styles of Engrnying, and our Illustrated
Catalogue of Stationery.
Wm. H. HosMns Co.. Th0 LeftdIn8 Blatl onor'.
i W Aran St., riilUdlpki,