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J. S. BlttonboniUr., B""-
FRIDAY, NOVKMBUK 29, 1889.
Tlio President has appointed John
J. Itidgway Survoyor of the Port,
Thomas J. Powjr, Naval 'oflieor, and
William II. Shblmiru, Pension Agent
Tho Djmooratlo State Comrnittco
will meet at Ilarrisimr on January
22, to cleet a chairman. Besides the
present Inoiimbant, E. P. Kianur, tho
names of B. F. Mayors, of Ilarrisburg,
S. M. Whorry of Camberlaml oounty,
and SV. J. Breunan, of Alloghauy, aro
meiitionod for tho place.
Judge Hire, of Philadelphia, has
decided that the permission to build
an elovatcu traok in that city by tho
Philadelphia & Itoading II. It. Co.
must como from counoils. Tho com
pany will carry tho case to tho Su
Business is dull in every branch of
trade, and monoy is hard to get.
Traveling men complain that thoy can
not soil goods, and that thoy find it
very hard to go thoir pay for what
they do sell. L.nt spring whin Presi
dent Cleveland handed over tho reins
of government to a republican execu
tive tho country was in a high state of
prosperity, and monoy was plenty. Tbo
reader can draw his own conclusion
from theso facts
Now York Btate clergymen along tho
Pennsylvania lino do a rushing business
by marrying Pennsylvania doping
couples; but tho Pennsylvania Divorco
courts more than recover tho lost fees
by divorcing Now York coupios. Penn
sylvania courts grant divorces on slight
provo'iation to any one who has been
a resident of that State a year; con
sequently, northorn Pennsylvania
hotels aro filled with divorced boarders
and lawyers tako in enough sheckels to
make New York clorgymen green with
envy. Ten New York grass widows
are reported to be boarding at Susque
hanna until they can swear to a year's
reaidenco nnd climb tho hills to Mont
roso and get divorces. Binghatnton
This is a sad reflection upon tho di
vorco Law of this state. But it seems,
nevor the less, true. It is high time
some of our representatives who aro so
anxious to do our country a great
service, roviso our divorco laws. There
is hardly a session of Court held in
this County, but that some divorce is
granted. Will our representatives
make the lead in this matter of roform.
George H. Pendleton, late! United
States Minister at Berlin, died at Brus
sels on the 25th. The remains will be
brought to Amerioa. Mr. Pendleton
was born in 1825, in Cincinnati. He
was a democrat and represented his
party in congress from 1856 to 1855.
In 1864 ho was tho nominee for Vice-
President on tho ticket with General
McClellan. In tho Democratic Na
tional Convention of 1868 he came
within two and a half votos of nomi
nation for President on the eighth
ballot, Horatio beymour being cboson.
no was tho author of the bill under
which civil service is now conducted
in the executive departments of tho
government. President Cleveland aD-
pointed him Minister to uermany
which position bo tilled creditably and
It was during his diplomatic career
that he experienced tho groat sorrow
of his lifo in the death of his wife,
who was killed while driving in Cen
tral Park, New. York, whither she had
gone to attend tbo funeral of a rela
tive, nis married life had been ex
ceptionally happy, his wife, who was
tho daughter of tho author of the "Star
spangled lianner, having borno him
three children, a son and two daugh
ters, who are still living, llio gloom
into which this domestio tragedy cast
him was followed by tailing health,
and in April, 1888, he sustained a par
alytio stroke. He returned to Berlin
as soon as he rallied and attended to
his duties nntil April 25 last, when he
presented his letters of leoall, having
been succeeded by the present incum
bent, William Walter Phelps.
Mr. Pendleton was a graceful speak
er, a good linguist and a polished gen
tleman. Ho lived in good style, hav.
ing accumulated a largo lortuno in
railway transactions and in tho prao
tice of the law. Ho bad a resid e a co
in Washington, ono at Cincinnati
another at Newport and a summer
villa in tbo White Mountains.
jFrom our regular correspondent
W ashincton, D. C. Nov. 29, 1889
Secretaries Noblo and Traoy havo
locked horns again tor a light, and
many think tho result will bo the r o
tlrommt of ono or the other ot them
from the cabinet, perhaps both. To
the student of politics a contest between
two such men cannot fail to bo very
interesting, representing as thoy do the
extremes ot the republican party. Mr,
Noble was selected personally by Presi
dent Harrison for his present position.
and has always belonged to tho con
servative or silk stocking wing of tho
republican party; while Mr. Tracy camo
into the cabinet as tho personal repres-
uutuuvu ut mu urniuenb puiiuuuiu ifi
the country Ex-Senator T. 0. Piatt,
of New York , and belongs to tho
working wingot the republican party.
President Harrison's personal inclina
tions are all undoubtedly with Mr. No
ble, but owing to his susceptibility to
the influence of the powerful members
of his party it is doubtful which Secre
tary bo will in the end sustain. The
trouble betweon the two gentlemen
comes from tho Ponsion ofllco, which
continues to be a veritable thorn in tho
side of tho administration. Secretary
Noblo has asked tor resignation of five
of the prominent officials whoso pensi
ons were ro-ratcd during Tanner s re
gime (Jno of them happens to bo a
special friend of Secretary Tracy's, and
that gentleman advises him to refuse
to resign and promises his help to aid
him in keeping his position. The re
sult is that not only Mr. Traoy's friend
but the other four officials whoso re
signations were asked, have refused to
resign, and they together with all tho
other re-ratod officials havo formed a
a combination and purpose to fight for
their places, and as all of them havo
friends somo of them big ones Mr.
Noble will find that he has undertaken
a largo contract. Mr Noblo in asking
for tho resignation of these officials was
undoubtedly endeavoring to do tbo ad
ministration a servico by trying to stave
off a Congressional investigation into
tho Pension office and its methods, but
it is likely to result in bringiug about
that very investigation. I
There is littlo outward change in tho t
Speakership campaign. Mr Kecil loft
hurriedly for Now York lait Thursday
evening nnd tho rwt of tho candidates
havo beon muztlng their brains over
sincoto find out what ho went for.
Thoy aro all afraid of Heed thongh
thoy will assuro yon that thoy havo got
him beaten. Mr. Blaine, who has not
been personally friendly towards Mr.
Hoed for somo yeats. promised that
gentleman's friend last Summer that ho
would do nothing to provont his being
Speaker. Ho has kept that promiso
up to this tlmo , though great pressure
has been brought to bear on him in
behalf of one of the othor candidates.
Tho caucus will bo hold noit Saturday
and unlon Mr. Blaino shall break his
promio my next letter will ohronlcle
the nomination of Hoed for Speaker.
Gen. Crook, tho Seorctary of War,
and Capt. Pratt, Superintendent of tho
Cnrlisto Iudlan sohool; oxucot to visit
Mt Vernon birraoks, Alabama, during
vho latter part of December for tho
purpoeo of deciding whethor Goronimo
and tho other Apaoho Indians now
confined there shall be removed.
Vorily tho domocratio cup of joy is
full nlraost to overflowing Mahono
and Foraker have been pitt on shelf,
and now comes nows to tho republican
Senators that Ingalls will probably bo
defeated for re-election to tho Sonato.
"Too good to bo true", is tho general
domocratio comment on tho last item.
Tho looal republicans aro very much
worked up over tho rumor that Bruoe,
tho negro ex-Senator,, 1b to bo appoint
ed Keoordcr of Deeds for this city.
If protesting to tho President will pre
vent, tho appointment will not bo
Honors aro now easy between Sona
tor Quay aui Mr. Wanamakor, a? the
President has followed tho Quay slate
in making tho rest of tho Philadelphia
Ir hncjttn to look as though Presi
dent Hurison nropMid to plgjon-holo
tho report ot tin Civil Service Com
mission handed him nearly a week ago.
It recommends the prosecotion of several
oili so holders for violating the law
against soliciting oampiign contribut
ions trora olhio holdw. The tJom
raUiion is anxiously awaiting tho Presi
dent's decision in this matter.
A stroic effort will hi mvfo this
winter to havo Cmgress adopt tho
English idea of a poital savings bank,
to be conducted by tho l'oslolhoo de
For Better fioads,
Eds. Columman :
1 am pleased that you havo callod
this week tho attention of your readers
to hotter roals, by the publication of a
paper read at btato Hoard ol Agricut
tute, by Mr. S. H. D)wning. Tho ar
tiole is one worth careful study by our
tax payers, and all interested in good
public highways for travel. I have
for many years advocated a better
plan than the present one, I think, and
have seen it adopted in some portions
of my natie county, Susquehanna,
working to tho psrfect satisfaction of
all, that of the dividing of the roads
into convenient sections, and kept in
repair for a term of years, under con
tract, and cash tax paid. I haye also
advojated tlm payment of all the road
tav in oasli, on the nbovo system, and
setting apart annually one tenth of tho
same tor permanent rep m, such as
underdraining and macadamizing. By
so doing in ten years noarly all our
roads oould bo put in good uuderdrain
ed macadam condition. Propor under
draining will, in rainy instances, with
a little grouting, makearoad preferable
to tho maoadau, or all g o it. Millville,
Benton and Berwick, in this county,
have farmers Institute this coming
Winter, and I trust tho roads will re
ceive proper attention in their di-libera
tions and discussions. Not farmers
alone are interested in giod roads for
travel, but all who us them.
E. M. Tewkshury,
Nov. 23, 1889. Catawissa.
Wo are always glad to hear from
Mr Tewksbury on nny subject, and
especially on tho subject of roads. It
is hoped that others will give their
views, and that the whole matter may
bo discussed. l!.Ds.j
Last evening a peron giving the
name of G. R. Thompson registered at
Hunt s Hotel, and desired to bo oalled
in season to take tho 12 P.M. train for
Chicago. Being unable to awaken
him, the room was entered by means
of the ventilator over tho door, when
tho gentleman was found to be dead.
He was advertising agent fof Sulphur
Bitte.s, which has an extensive sale.
Tho coroner returned a verdict of death
from heart disease. His body will bo
sent cast immediately. Utn (Jommer
It is Good Work to Give Health-
The only remedy for disorders is one
that will expel the germs of diseree,
and make tho blood pure and rich.
That is best effected by Dr. David
Kennpdy'sFovorito Homedy, of Rmrd
out, N. Y a raedicino of great value
in tho treatment of all blood disorders
rnd dhea'es of tho Kidneys. It tones
tho system nnd helps to do good work.
11-8 I m.
0 51. Laughbach hurt his ankle quite
had last week, while carryiog a bag of
chop, but ho is able to bo around and at
tend his dally duties.
Chas. Jlackafeu made a Hying visit to
Benton on last Saturday night.
Charles Petcrraan, Hervov and Harry
Long, were In town on Sunday last.
(J. F. Mttnn and H. It. Lnuhach were out
hunting for pheasants on last .Saturday
and witnesses of a race for llff, of a very
largo black woodpecker, pursued by a
bald eagle. Thoir attention was attracted
by tho loud screams of the pursued bird,
and as they cimo flying over tho men's
heads, Mr, Mann fired at the eagle and bo
camo whirling to the ground. Tho cnglo
measured nearly four feet from tip to tip
of wings. It Is tho first eagle that has
been seen In this country for a long time.
1.8 (j. Laubach is building a new porch to
his house, which Is nearest tho store.
Wonder it he will ever get done building?
The late flood did no damage of any ac
count, along tho Iiloomsburg & Sullivan
D. S. Kile, Lester, J. M. Lartsh and
wife went to tho dedication of the new
church near Coles Creek. Tho congrega
tion was not very largo owing to the bad
roads, but they contributed very well tow
ards the church. It Is notknown.bow much
they raised by collection yet.
Miss Jessie Fritz Is slowly recovering
from her illness. Wo hope to see her
enjoying good health again. She has been
sick nearly eight months, .
Moll Moore epects to go to Laporto to
work soon. We are sorry to seo him go
Our school Is prospering vcrr well under
the managementof Jno. M.Fritz. Theschol
an all say he takes special delight la teach 1
COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT.
tng tlicm. It llicy remain ot tho patno
opinion thoy will certainly learn.
Blicnry Fritz seems so havo n very good
school on Fritz Hill, where lie taught two
ycsis ago. Last winter It was taught
by n Imly by tho namo of Norn Harvey
from I'alrmount Springs, This year ho Is
teaching tho ltohraburg school.
Jamison Ctty was presented with ono
moro mall Inst week, making two malls a
day for tlicm now. Next will bo our turn
to havo another mall, then wo will have
two malls n tiny.
Any ono wishing to purchase n farm,
should call nnd sco John 0. liauhach's.
lie says his health Is too poor to farm nnd
wishes to go into somo other business.
His farm is situated just one. half mile from
tho B. & is. 11, ft. the sumo to liauhach's
CuiiHUitiitloii Huruly Cured.
To tiik KniTon l'leaao Inform your
readers that I have a positive remedy for
the above named disoasc. By its timely
uso thousands of hopeless cases have been
permanently cured. I shall bo glad to
send two bottles ot my remedy fiikb to any
of your readers who have consumption It
they send mo their express nnd post ofllco
address, ltespcctfully, T. A. 8 LOCUM
M. 0. 181 PearLSt., New York.
William Ash, of Benton township posses
sed a duck that laid 09 eggs In 00 consecu
tive days when she took a short vacation
of about a week, resumed her calling until
tho number ISO was reached nnd sho Is not
a "dead duck" neither.
Public sales aro tho order of tbo day.
Ed' Sltlcr and family of llrlarcrcck,
spent a few days with friends In Benton
township week beforo last.
"Groves Patent Fence," for which Wil
liam H. Fisher is agent, Is n stout, durable,
storm defying and cyclone proof fence.
Doc Butt, has completed his lumber job
on the East branch of Haven Creek.
Alonzo Albcrtson has located his saw
mill on littlo Pino Creek on a tract of Well
Howard Woolcvcr has located his saw.
mill on a tract belonging to Peter Kaso
and is Bawing tor Miner Smith.
A hound, gun, and dog cart seem to be
an essential outttt tor every juvenile before
ho is able to grapple with tho stor n reall
tics of life. Whether the above out 3t pre
cccds tariff -reform remains to he seen In
the great strugglo of 02, but everything
point that way.
The public schools are again in ful blast,
and our little folks will have another busy
A l'utiilly Gntlicrltiir,
Havo you a father? Havo you a mother?
Have you a son or daughter, sister or a
brother who has not yet taken Kemp's Bal
sam for the Throat and Lungs, the guar.
rantccd remedy for the euro of Coughs,
Colds, Asthma, Croup and all Throat and
Lung troubles? It so, when a sample
bottle is gladly given to you free by any
druggist, and the large size costs only 60c
May affect any portion of the body wliero the
mucous membrane Is found. But catarrh ol
the head Is by far tho most common, and the
most liable to be neglected. It cannot bo
cured by local applications. Being a consti
tutional disease it requires
Ringing a constitutional remedy like
u I Hood's Barsaparllla, which,
noises working through tho blood,
eradicates the Impurity which causes and pro
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one feel renewed la strength
and health. If you suffer ImpUrO
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try Hood's Barsaparllla. DIOOU
"I used Hood's Barsaparllla for catarrh, and
received great relief and benefit from It. The
catarrh was very disagreeable, especially In
the winter, causing constant discharge from
my nose, ringing noises
Hood's la my ears, and pains In
Barsnparuia Th0 cBott t0 clear ray
head In the morning by hawking and spitting
was painful. Hood's Barsaparllla gave me
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tirely cured. I am never without the medi
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Bt.,N.W., Washington, V. 0. "
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nasal catarrh, and never found relief till
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Kutate Gv Ketch ner, Oeoeaieil,
Notlco la hereby plren tlat the undemlirned, ap-
P Muted by the orphan's Court of Columbia couniy
a., auditor to maVe distribution or the fundi In
the hands of the administrator ot the etat of
said deceased among tho part!04 entitled tnerelo,
will attend for the performance of his duties at
his offloe In the Town ot uioomsburg, on Haiur
day, the 'ilrd day of November 18$). at V o'clock
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bald auditor, or be debarred from coining In for a
share of such funds,
UloombbaiY, Pa., Oct. ti, Wt. Avdl tor.
'Alt 31 l'OIl HUNT
A firm of 103 acrei with handsome ujw house
and barn, and aunDlled with abundant water, win
be rented at a low rent for the term of fire years,
to a Kooa tenant who eau furnish his own stock
and equipment. The farm W lu the Cutawlhsa
Valley on tne Townautp road frouillrandonvtlle to
Audenrt-ld. two miles from Urandonvlle and near
Olrarl Manor, itcferencca requested. Add rem
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Sredlenta placed It among their standard reme
U It. UltOWN, M. 1).,
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It will offer to Its readfr at least four serials ot
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namoly: "The Hed Mustang." by wllllatn o.
Stoddard: "Phil and tho Uaby," by Lucy o. Llllle:
"rrtnee Tommy," by John ltuswl Coryell; and
"Mother's War," by Margaret K. Sangsten two
Bhort serials bylljalmar lljoith Uoyesen. Two
series or Fairy Tales will attract the attention of
lovers of Jthe wonder world, namely, tho quaint
talcs told by Howard Pyle. and so admirably 11.
lustratedby him, and a other scrl-s In n different
vein by Frank M. lllcknell. There will bo short,
stories by W. D. Howclls, Tuomaa Nelson races,
Mary a. Wllklns, Nora Perry, Harriet l'roscott
Bpofford, David Ker, Hezeklah Uuttcrworlh,
SoDhle swett, llichard Malcolm Johnston, etc
A subscription to IIirfsh's YonNii Propls se
cures a Juvenile library. There Is useful knowl
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William It. Bardo vs. John Mordin et al.
Joseph Clewcll's AdmT. vs. Abigail Weaver et,
city of nuia. Trustee vs George ltaup.
C. .V. McKelvy et. al .vs. c. u. I'rockway et. al.
Isaac c. Uurrell vs. 1'. It. II. It. Co. et. al.
A. U. Stewart vs. McKelvy Brlnk.
Curtis MTg. Co. vs dark I. Thomas.
M. A. Mantle vs. Uorough or Berwick.
W. I. Lanco Jr. Indoee sc. vs. John Jameson,
o. K. shultz vs. Ulram Everett.
E. w. ii. Low vs. U. s. It. If. Co.
Jaco') Gould vs. Charlos Hughes
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o. M. Bigger for use vs. Mutual F. Ins. Co. Mill
ville. Frances Gottschall vs Jeremiah Uoedor.
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Martha Younger et. al. vs William Adams ct.al,
Wm. Itabo vs. Bernard stohner.
Abigail Cole vs. C. W. Eves.
EzcSlel Co'e vs. B. 4: M. K. it. Company.
John II. Suit vs lteuben siller et. at
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Amos w anion vs. Town or Uioomsburg.
c u Evans Com. va- Enu A. Kitwnnouso.
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V. It. It It. Co. vs. col Co. A. U. a M. Assoeli
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Mifflin twp. l"oor Dlst. vs. Ch tries Oearheart.
Mary Gltllng vs. D. F. Yohe.
M. Mcllenvy & Bros. vs. C. J. Ash.
Ezeklcl Cole vs. Allnas cole et. al.
H. V. Uoone vs. It. i B. It it. Co.
JohnGetkln vs. penn. It. It. O.
s. M Dougherty vs. Franklin L. Shuman.
Charles Hughes vs. Edward Kremser.
Aloxander Campbell s. Isiao Harrl.-cn.
M. u Hughes Exr. et, aL vs. D. ll. . w. it n
Co. eu aL
Meal Esiatc !
By vl'tueof a writ of Lev. Fa. Issued out ot the
court ot common Fleas of Columbia Co. and to
me directed, there will b') exposed to publlo Bale
at tne court House, Iiloomsburg, I'a., on
MONDAY, DEOEMHEIt 2, 1880,
at 2 o'clock In the afternoon, the following :
All those two adjoining messuages, tenements
or tracts of land now comprising one Bltuated In
the township of Flshlngcroak, County of Colum.
bla, and State of.l'ennsylvanta, bounded and des
cribed as follows, to-wlt :
THE FIHST, Beginning at a post thonce south
beventy-Blx degrees east ono hundred and nlnoty.
two perches, thonce soutu slxty-ono degrees east
eighty-elght perches to a post, thenco north
twenty-slx degrees wot ono hundred and ninety.
two and seven-tenths porchos to a corner, thence
north slxty-oae and one-half dojreoj out eighty,
six nnd three-tenths perches to the place of bo.
ONE HUNDRED AND FOUR ACHES
and ntty four percaes of land, moro or leai, with
THE SECOND, Beginning at a e ruor In th o pub
Ho road adjoining thi nrst and above de&crlbed
tract of land, thence along said road south tlxty.
one degrees west nfty-four perches to a llns of lot
ol M. A. Ammerinan, thence by tho same north
twenty-six degrees west one hunlred aud ninety.
three and one tenth perches to a post In line of
land ot J, lloyd Stucker, thence by the same north
sixty-two d'grees east ntty foar perches to a
post, thjn'io by above described tract of land
Boutu twenty.slx degrees, east one hundred and
ninety and seven-tent in penmns to the place of
and slxieer. perches ot land, more or less, with the
The two tracts now comprising one, containing
One Hundred and Sixty-Nine
of land, more or less, excepting and reserving out
ot and from tho two above described tracts of land
situate In Asbury conveyed to the Trustees of the
Methodist Episcopal churm upon which a church
Is erected, tlirce-fourtbs of an aero ot land adloln
ing the samo conveye-l to M. A. Aminerman, and
about forty.tlve acres ot land lying on tlx north
western er.d ot Bild firm or two ilrtt described
tracts ot land conveyed to Michael Imon leaving
after and exclusive ot the excepted and reserved
parcels or lou of land about One Hundred, twenty
Ihreeocreaof land, more or lets, on vhlch arc
I SUIilii Ullillll
BeUod, taken Into execution at the suit ot ltus
Bel It Fealer vb. (loorge-l'caler and to be sold as
the property of George l'ealer.
Disking, JOUN B. CASET,
HIS LIFE AND LETTERS.
By bin ntphew, Alfred B, Conillng. This wort will
hMtly lie liauod by us, and sold urictly tuturtp,
Octavo rw pMjc, .lrt jwrtndt, ssd fto-almllM ol
letlem ot euUiant couUuipunrlti lu both putlta.
WE ESPECIALLY INVITE
LAWYERS AND MEN OUT OF
to miio ' early i pUrailoni fur tba aiclutiva control
ct Iwltory. Ouo of tlia grcateat opportunities to
inua money ever uttfred.
(When writing, mention thia
, CHARLES L. WEBSTER & CO.,
3 s( litis llml, Nov Vrli,
The follotag Widow's Appraisements v. Ill bo
presented to tho orphans' court ot Columbia
County on tho nrst Monlay ot December A.
1). 18. . nd confirmed ids', ar.d unless exceptions
aro filed within four days thereafter will bo con
niddlngs, William Itstato, Denton, Personalty
jjjands.j. I. listnte, Mt. Pleasant, I"crsonalty,
Crevcllng, II. (1, Estato, Seolt, Personalty, $x.
JJeterman, n. p. Estate, Denton, Personalty,
Bylvl8,Jas. 0. Estato Dloomsburg, Personalty
Harlng, John Estate Denver, Tersonalty, 130,
lloaityifluoo, total $xx).oi. ' '
WM. II. BNYDElt,
Cl'k O. O.
Clcrk'a Office, Dloomsburg, Pa., Nov. is 1BW.
UDITOH'S NOTICE. '
Kstate of txinlel 1'orce, deceases.
Tho undersigned an au lltor appointed by tho
Orphans' Court of Columbl i couutv. to ilMlrlbuto
the ba'anoo ot f u ids In the hi dint Isaac DiWltt,
executor of tho ost.itn ot Dinlel Force, deceased,
as appears by his uajoun'. tiled ind confirmed nb
soluto'y, to and among thi parties loyally entitled
thereto, will attend to the duties of his appoint,
ment at Ulsomjoln Moyer s building In the town
of Bloonsburg, on Sa'.urd ty, thn 30-n dy ot Nov.
ember Instant, nt 10 o'clock in the forenoon, when
and where all pirtles Interested nro requested to
present their clatrns before ihn nniier!,,,.,!. nt tin
forever alter dojarrod from coming in upon tho
T EGISTEIt'o NOTICE.
lotlce Is herehv irlven to all lecrftt.eo prprlltrtrn
and other persons interested In tho estates of the
respective decedents an 1 minors that the follow.
Ing administrators', executors', guardians ac
counts have been riled In tho office ot the Register
ot Columbia county jnd wl 1 bo presented tor con
firmation nna allowance In tho orph ins' Court ' to
bo held In Iiloomsburg, December snd, iss at 8
o'clock p. m. of said day t
No. l. Account ot Wm. J. Knorr, administrator
No. 2. First and final account or r 11. Kltnn.
administrator ot liebecca Uicoch, lato of Catawls.
sa i wp., ioi., vo., acceased.
No. S First and final account ot Chas. Gib
bons, ndmlrdstrator ot Wra. Glddlngs, lato ot
utuwu tvvp., jui jV. ueevasuu.
No. 4. An account of Hoadly Suit, administra
tor of Amos Crassly, late of Brtar Creek twp.,
coU Co. deceased
No. 5. First "and final npvntinf. nf Tlmmsa n
Prltchard, executor ot William Prltchard, lato ot
No c First nnd final account of J. S. Yohe,
rMinrdlan nr llnrrr .1. lloflrnn,. n mlnn, nr
Clara Linden, lato ot the borough ot Berwick, de
ceased. No. 7 First and final account ot Neheralah
Kitchen, oxecutor e, ot Chas. J. Kramer, lato ot
Flshlngcreck twp. coL Co doceased.
No. 8. First and tlnal account of Frank Trlvel
plece, administrator ot David Trlvelplecc, late ot
tnwunuju liwp, .ui KjU, l a.
No. e. First and nial account of Wm. P. Kycr
ly, administrator of Margaret Itotb, lato ot Mon
tour twp., Col, Co. deceased,
C, n. CAMPBELL,
By virtue of a writ of FL Fa, lssuod out ot the
Court of Common Ploisot Col. Co., Pa., and to
me directed there win bo oxpoied to publlo salo
at the Court House, Blootnsburg, l'a., on
MONDA.Y, DKCI2JIBEU 2, 18S9,
at 2 o'clock r. ., the f illowln? s All that certain
lotorplecoofgroundaltuitj In 8ott Township
near tho vlllago ot Eipy, Col. Co., Pa., bounded
and doierlbed as follows, lo-wlt : On the south by
public road leading from Etpy to Berwick, on the
east and north by land of Alfred Mood, nnd on the
west by land of Alfred Mood aid Levi Klntey, con
more or less, wnereon are erected a
and other outbuildings, applo orchard and othor
Seized, taken into execution at tho suit of
Thomas Kutlegesurvlvlng partner of T. Crevellng
& Co. vs. Susanna Mllnes and to bo Isold as the
property of Susanna Mllnes.
howill, jonN a casev,
BUY OP THE MANUFACTURER.
ALL TIIK NEWEST STYLES.
A choice and extensive asso;trant In Btyle, qual
ity and prices, that cannot be beaten by any.
Mutfs, liom, Cipo-i, Sinles, Scarfs,
C ip, Gloves, Gauntlets, Uu,
Uilimand Iir Trimmiog
Henry Sicdc, Furrier,
U West H'h St.. OtU Ave. As 45tli St.
Full lino of ojnts' Furs and Coats.
Established 40 Years. Send for Catalogue.
Now ia the time to buy
If you anticipate paperiiij; a
room or your oiitire house do not
put it off until Spring, but do it
now while you can buy the best
goods at the
Our trade in this line lias been
very good because we give you
and a FINE LINE to select
from, hence wo are encouraged
to buy more largely. Come
and Examine and be
w, e. ;:;:: & it,
Do You Know
Where tha United States
Mintis in Philadelphia?
You may mt you may eayi "What
good will it do ino lu know?"
WE SAY '
It will ilo you considerable good. Directly
opposite, nt 133S CUES IN UP ST., is an
ttlMht-year-around attiaclion, vizi E. 0.
OLO THING IIOU8K. Kastilonablo and io.
liablo garments aro licro obtainable at
IT WILL PAY YOU
to como specla'ly to tlio city aud buy
A London-Made Suit.
Tlioy aro equal to auy first class made-to-measiiru
Bull llint will cost S3U.00.
IP YOU CANNOT COME
wrtio for cami'les of cloth and fashion
oataloguo. Directions how to order
Bulla by mail sent with all sdinnlof.
Mail Order Department,
ri I n i i-v i iTivn
n r i
v, 0. box 4tj, PHILADELPHIA, (
COLUMBIA COUNIT, PA.
FARMERS ! I GREETING 1
Have you not yd Icriicl u hcix lo iii'chase
your iXOTHIiWii for
MEN, YOUTHS, BOYS, and CHILDREN,
HATS, CAPS, GLOVES, SHIRTS,
TRUNKS, TALISES, &c.
Lessen yourself at once, as time is money to purchase of I. MAIER, The RELI
ABLE CLOTHIER, Who will save you MONEY and suit you.
I. MAIER, Square Dealing Clothier,
The Largest Clothing and Hat Store in Columbia and Montour Counties.
B. F. Savits,
Tin Roofing a Specialty.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
ALL WORK IN HIS LINE.
FiiFl door in Biormsluig Opera House
Qeory llassert, lateof i'ic Town uf lllownsburo,
County of Colnmiiti. ktate uj Vmniyltanta, aei'a
Utters testamentary m aiM Mtntc havlni'
been grant eil to tlm ntn "islnnul exeeutom. All
P'rao alQjL'btcl losilil .Mtalo are li-n'tiy not I
tltJ to pavtlia 81'iih, iil t!io luvlui; tlalinb
against halil est ito t pie ent tun 8 una to
CHAHl.ti W. HAbK 'T, Executors.
11.15 tl. UlouasbuaM'a. !
JUItOU-l FOIt iW,C. I'KItU, 1839- !
Heaver lolin Kllngnrnun, Jacob Lnnscnboa'cr.
llentoa-U (I i r k
Herwlct "red CrlS'Jian, (lj K. Moorehead.
lrojm-J. II II rcli, Wm. Ferguson. V. c. thaw
lirlarcreek-GldM) i Michael.
Conjnuliain KranK lleriran.
Krankiln l. I'enstsr uacUer, CUaa. Iluirhes.
(Ireenwood lieuton Heeler.
Jackson J V. llartman, Caliln Kitchen, K, J.
ixwust Adam Dlramlclc, A. (1. Oleea. Cliaa. Mil.
lor, Sol. IJ. ntder. ,
I'lne Julrn 1Kkard.
bCOlt-M. M. lllcks.
THAVKUSK nUST WKCK.
IlerwlcV Samuel K. Ilell.'r, Daniel lleedy.
Illoom H. A. lleckly, 1'iaul.llii liorntni), m, l!.
iiryiugie, niuntisi unvnau, 'iir 'e Kllllnr,!. U
Murr. Isaac Itoadanuel, Charlia allu-l, l'l
llrtarcreek (Icoruo Ilo or.
Oatawl M-..T Lewla.
Centralla Thomas llirrati, Andnw Lenaban.
fcntro-.N. U L'amtibell.
ronynsham Mil llonabaeh.
(Irrt'uwooil IV'cr Kline, Jooty Purbelt
llem'ock llarvov oiu.
Jackson Incob HiUer,
LiKiist Andrew ltlcharl.
J'adls .n-Nlcholas IieaK.o.
M niln-John Klikemlall
.Moutoar Daniel comer.
Mt. 1'leaj mt U'limel Forc.
Orange A. II. II i rrlng.
Hoarlngcroek w. W. CUerrlngton.
l'lno J tmtn Kinney, Joseph Nwctney.
Hcott JasepU lllupoubtwl, Wm. Iligonbucli.
Tl'eodore lleck, J, Jl. rttew, Jonau TownaauJ.
bugarloat-U. L. Jlooro.
Ceavcr bimon lions, John 8. Kline, W, il
llenton Lloyd Applcman, J. Ii. Ed ion.
Uerwlck Juiuos ; je, Henry Wanlcu.
Uloom f. VI, liarratt, Jonn Hush, Krank Kdcar
W. It lllngrobo, c. W. WlfT, (Itxiigo w. Suiinlee.
llrt irereek-J. 11. Smuu. "
catawissa-ch irlea 11 roue,
centralla O, ll. hpurr.
Convneham Michael O'llara.
Flablugcruck Auiuilirusher, J. B. Karns. Wm.
M. Mocker. in
(Ireenwood George W, Ikeler.
Hemlock John Aiplmau.
Jaclrson-CUnt W. Lewis
Locust Krauk Adams, Austin OUerrlngtoa.
Daniel llUinble. Ilobert WadKlns. ""uiuu,
Madlson-K. W, Mcullum, Jau-ea I'otter, Oto.
Mala laalali llouer.
Wontour-Johu N u rdoa, E. W, Jiuiyan.
lit. I'ltasaut Andrew Miller,
GET YOUirjid PRlNUNu
DONE AT THE
COME AND HAVE YOUR EKES EXAMINED BY
4 G. Wells, the Optician,
WHO HAS JUST COMPLETED A TIIOHOUGIILYPRACTICAL
COURSE AT BUOKLIN'S OPTHALMIC COLLEGE, NEW YORK.
MQ) Bstira..Q3iarg MADE
far Bamiaiag Byes,
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
Fine line peb
ble and white
constantly i n
stock, also tho
Fino watch work am jobbing neatly
anteod to give satisfaction.
CARPETS and MILLINERY.
Next door to I. W. Ilartniiiu & Sou's, Main St., Bloomsburg, Pa.
NEW CARPETS. Litodt Patterns in Velvet, Body Tapestry and Brueaels
from SOcta. up. '
INGRAIN from 20o up. RAG CARPETS from 30o up. STAIR OAR.
PEI'S from up. MATTING, to cloao out for lOo up. OIL CLOTH all
wid'hs and pricec.
G. W. KEITER.
1889. FALL OPENING i88q.
MISS II. E. WASLEY,
1iT Next door to I. W. Hartmnn & Bona. Main Btrc-et - . BLOOMSUURQ.
8-1" GUARANTEED FIRST MORTGAGES.
25 por cont Additional Socurity with American Loan and
Trust Go. of Boston.
llrowlli of a Century.
This cutis a tao simile ot
anuuiusloggimo am put.
'.lo. it la htstortouiu In
.tractive and politically in-
eresllng. sent to auy ad-Irc-soa
receipt or no cents.
Any one lorming a club ot
ive will receive one gratis.
UHNTa Wanthb. Largo
THEU. H. MKVKII
j liroadway, New York city.
MASON & HAMLIN
Organ and Piano Co.
BOSTON. NEWY02K. 0H10A10.
Contains a Uvn octave. Nine
stop Action, rurnlshed In a
'argo and handsome case or
feolll liack walnut, I'rlco t99
cash; ulso Bold on the Easy
Hire System atjis.37perquar
ter, lor ten quariers, when
oriran becomes Droocrtv nr
L iereon hiring.
The Mason i Hamlin
"A t r I n g o re invented and
pa'ented by Masoa 4 llamllu
In I8SJ, la used la th i Maion &
Hamlin piano exclusively
Itemark ibli refinement ol
lone and phenomenal cap al. J
ty to st jii'l lu tune character
uo tneso insiruiuenta.
ril'l!l.ll STVI.I'.S OIKIA-VS AT
11(1, 78. till. AND Ul'.
Organs aivl lH,tnos sold for Cash, Vasy laments,
anil Itenled. Catalogue free,
P. H. HtSERTY, Pia. J, A, PAULHAHUS, Bio.
ABERDEEN. SOUTH DAKOTA
The rummert'ltil n.l railway center ot the twoDakotu
U our wectf ril ' iJauarttriL
Wo can oiTlt mwiUim choice (riurantoMl 7 per cent,
fiinl aiiiiiml f ttrm inorlKei, Nured by tho lt farm
Initial In B.mth pakcta. Wt alo imut u-rtl(lc&U)s ot
(Ipivwltfor ana llmoitthi. nt ft per tent (r annum.
II you tuuikx. kins Bafttlututinenu, know It will iy
juu to wrltw for our iaiiiphlt liirh aire Tull In
furiuatlou nl tttVretiu-M KKVBTONE KOHTUAQB
(XJUrANY, AitHt-atvn.Kouth iKkoU. Or-Orr XiVksua.
V.IU6Ci.luutb 1'LiUiJUi.jaa, llu
Thujwiila Uavj bout in-Muauenlly curcU by
1 1 ULAIIKl.rilU.I'A. t4katoure,iiouieraUou
ot lusa uf lluio f rum liualnoaa. Ian pronouncoj lu.
curaHo by othera uaultxl. bona for Cln ular,
JURE GUARANTEED. oaKrV.fca.
Aug. 0-8u ly.
Finest line of
and jewelry in
and quickly executo!. All work cuar
Allays Fain and
Heals tlio Sores.
Senses of Taato
TRY THE GUREfjiW-EEVER
A particle la applied Into each nostril and Is
agreeable. Trice 60 cents at Druggists ; by mall,
reghtered. 60 Ms.
KLY BltOTHElW, St barren St., Now York.
OUIt lilTTIiE ONES
nud the NUXlSEItV
36 DROMFIELD 3T.(
The nioct handom an4
kDatrajJaa for eblldrea OTr
lubllsbHl, 1.M a J ear i adnjrh
rnplea, 15 U Beat on trial
thre mootbi for tto. A sampld
oopraod rratulom Llit md! to
auy addrM on recajpt of a two-