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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. Ni
The Columbian . ,w?8 ovor toioro any Oonureia.
J. Z. BUUntWor., B"tM
FRIDAY, SKPT. 10, 1800.
Tho Convention at Reading on
Tuosday of the Democratlo Sociotica
wsg attended br 1500 delegates.
Snecohes wero tnado by Pattison
Black, Ilonsol and othots.
A mooting of tho Damooratlo Send
ing Committee was hold ou Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Court
Ilonso as per call of tho chairman.
Secretary called tho roll. Thu follow-
ini momuen uoing prcaoni, uaavor,
in powor for tho next ton years. It
was prepared by Robert P. Porter, tho
naturalized Englishman at tho liosd of
census bureau and its paisago would
bo as gross an injustice as the repub
lican party in all its history has over
Tho facts about tho Rood campaign
aro gradually leaking out. It is now
certain that tho protcotod manufact
urers had tho "fat fried" out of Uiein
to iho extent of at loast 8100,000 to
elect Boss Reed, who did so muoh for
thom in railroading jug handled tariff
bill through tho Uouso. No wonder
tho republic ans say that money wai
used in Maine! and yet, Heod got a
smaller voto than ho did in 1870 or
Tuo success of tho domocrats tn
proventinir tho Boating of two nogro
contestants in tho IIouso last weok by
breaking a quorum has caused many
democrats to ask why tho samo tactics
wero not adopted at the beginning ol
tho session in order to navo provontc
tho adoption of K.-cds llules. 1 ai
"" ."""V ? ' : ,7, .; tno auopiiou oi iveus jvuios. i ai
Jesso Rittonhousej Bonton, J. S. Klinoj i a pj8VoH to answer that quostion.
Sloonx Jno. It. Townsenii; Briar- Tho d.a ot broaking a quorum by
creek, R. F. Kshinka; Cat awiMi, O. L . absenting thcm3olvos lrom tho IIouso
Pohe: Centre. A. D. Bradon Fishing
creok, D. Molloury; Hemlock, S. Shoe
maker, Jackaou, Moioa Savage; Mifllin,
Jno. Knios; Montour, E. V. Jlunyati;
Mt. rioasant, Amos Waniob; Soott E,
T. W. Hartmanj Scott W, A. F. Tor
williger; Sugarloif, Daniel Stoadman.
Candidates, E. M. Towksbury, Win.
Kriokbaum, Campbell, Qulok, CUris
man, Rittonhnuse, Millard, woro also
present. Tho chairman opened tho
meeting by a few pertinent romarks
stating his reasons for oalling tho con
vention togethor, desiring tho co-operation
of every committeeman in tho
comlnc campaign, expressing a wish
that we shall make
was lamely favorod by the democrats,
and would havo undoubtedly boon
adopted by them, but for tho fact that
Mr. Carlislo then a member of tho
IIouso and tho reaoanized democratic
leader, and the Into Samuel J. Randall
then on his death bed, advised against
CotieretH was bottor employed on
Saturday than it hai been for some
time past. Iu tho Senato cnlogios
were delivered on tho lato S. J. Rind
all, and in the IIouso on Senator Reck.
There was a big row m tho mpabli
oan Honao caucus oaiuraay nignt,
Renreseutativo Payson led a revolt
t we sha 1 make it an aggressivo K Ueed and tho MoKinley.a a
orats of Columbia County wo may bo
ablo to return a majority for R. E.
Pattison that will bo worthy of our
county. E. M. Towksbury in a few
well chosen remarks that had tho true
ring of Democracy, offered his services
to the chairman in whatever manner
he could be used stating also that ho
was perfectly satisfied to pay what
ever tho assessment committee may
assess him. Wm. Uhrisman It. q. tol
lowed by oalling npon tho candidates
to respond liberally to tne can ot mo
Chairman, as funds must bo had to
conduct a campaign. Ilia past experL
onco was that tho candidates some
times decline to pay their assessment,
niacins tno Unairman in a vory un
pleasant position, causing bills to go
tuoked their tails betweon thoir legs
and accepted tho inevitable after
Sneaker Reed got up and thundered
his orders for tuo indorsement of the
resolution. Reed is greater than his
party, and his will is obeyed without
question, or tho rebellious subject is ro-
legated to tho rear.
Bepnblloan Plan of Campaign.
In the movements 'of the organiza
tion of the Republican party in Penn
sylvania, it i manifest that the prin
o'ples of "Quayism" aro strictly ad
hered to. Instead of denying, or at
tempting to answer the charges made
against Delamater, the managers of
tho party campaign have adopted a
nlan of sowiucr broadcast throughout
unpaid, &&, suggesting that wo adopt tho State, in a series of documents of
a role that some of our counties have tno m08t remarkale oharacter, tho mut-
adopted, that when a candidate refuses ilated record of Governor Pattison
to pay his assesotnent the County while in office.
Chairman shall not place his namo on As has been said, those documents
the elootion ticket. D. MoHenry fol- at0 0 the mast remarkable oharaoter.
lowed by urging tho committeo to Nothing like them has been imposed
havo meetings in every district, but in Up0n t,no intelligence, of the people, of
order to do so the Chairman must Pennsylvania; by the managers of a
have fonds'and, therefore, expressed a political party for many a day. Whero
hope that tho, Chairman will meet with thoy failed to insult tho intelligence of
B iiuuiai icapuuau uuui tua uauuiuuwo. uq people, lb IB BLUipiy UGMuao
R. Q. F. Kshinka followed with somo are too ridiculous to be seriously con
very practical remarks in connection flidered. They most disgust the old
with campaign work, believing that veterans in their party and we can im
by active work we oan poll the largest 0glne the grimness of ex-chairman
majority oyer polled in our county. Cooper's smilo in hi sleeve as ho con-
John limes made somu good sugges- templates their puerility,
tions, also approving of the action of The dooument upon which these
tfio Chairman in calling the committee aCnte managers evidently prido them-
together, believing that better results selves moBt is. the one in which they
will follow when harmony and unity I attempt to set forth tho alleged hostil
prevail. On motion the Chairman was I it, v 0f Governor Pattison toward the
instructed to make arrangements for H0ldiers. Of course their chief target
amlo, and imbibing tho spirit of tho
principles ol tho great itopuuitoan
puty. Thcro is sufficient in this dis
cretion to movo nd but tho most
hardened ones to tear. Whllo this
biographical skctoh admitiedly, gots
a great way, it does not in every par
ticular go quite far enough. For in
stance, it tells that Sena'or Delamater
is at the head of tho b.inklng housi of
Delamator ifc Co.t a director of tho
Merchants National Bank of Moadvlllo,
prosldent of tho company and owner
of the controlling itiuiMl in tno menu,
villo and L!nc.VilU r.iilrcad; presidout
of tho Mead villo Fuel Gas Company
and that ho is coi.ncot d With numer
ous corporations It tells nil ttii", but
fails to mako nny monllon of Sen
ator DelamaU'r's coni.ootlon with tho
Standard Oil Company, lhat great
monster that U crush n, out the life of
hundreds of businpfs inio ens in Penn
sylvania. Tlii 0'im,iiehensivo biogra
phy is also (i'tut with ii'j'cot tj tho
fact that the iinmiculalo republican
candidate for G -ve.n r was cicely
identifitd and io'iIp clod with the do
funct bauk of America tviiich brought
so muoh mi He hue at,d uistrmi to hun
dreds of tho working poople of Philad
elphia. A bno representative indeed,
of tho interests of tho people, is this
confessed corporation bound oandidato
of tho republican patty.
Seward of Ointments for Catarrh that Con
as mercury will surely destroy tho
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through tho mucous surfaces. Such
articles ehould usver be used except
on prescriptions' from reputablo physi
cians, as the damage tlioy will do is
ten fold to the good you can possibly
derlvo from tbem. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo' O, contains no murcury
and is taken internally, and acts direct
ly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces
of tho system. In buying Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure be sure you get tho genuine.
it is taken internally, and made in
Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Choney & Co.
l"Sold by DrnggisU, 75a per bottle.
Eiperlenoa Taught Mel
And my money paid for it. After
having Liver Complaint four yoars,
and spending money for nostrums and
doctors who didn't help mo, I tried
Sulphur Bitters. Six bottle cured mo
1 shall always uoo thom. (t. J. Jiutr
ler, Oohoes, iV. Y. 0-19-2t.
ttUnr peculiar points mako Ilood's Sax,
lipiMlli superior to all other inedlclnei.
recullir In combination, proportion,
and preparation of Ingredients,
nood'i Sariaparlua possesses
tno tullcuratlro valus ot tho
best known remedle'Wr ol
the vegetable, king- VV S dom'
rccullar In l'ej strength
and economy -XHood'a Bar
aparUla bH60the onlyrnedl
tlno oi '-Jr- which can truly
btald,oJ One Hundred Doses
OnJrA DoUar." Medlclnca In
r and amaller bottles
require larger doses, and do not
produce as good results as Ilood's.
Fecullar In Its medicinal merits.
Hood's Barsaparllla accomplishes cures hlth-
TtA unknntrn. unrt him trnn fnr lUntr
tho MUeof "The greatest blood tit
purifier ever discovered." rtV
recullir In Its "good name
home," there Is now
ot Hood's Sarsaparllla sold In
Lowell, whore xvltlsmade,
than of all other blood
purifiers. . reeullar In Its
phenome- nal record ot sales
abroadr jVno other preparation
has yX Ter attained such popu-
Vlarlty In so short a time,
v . . . i ,
yipr . and confidence among all classes
S of people so steadfastly.
Do not be Induced to buy other preparations,
but ba sure to get the Peculiar Medicine,
BM bj n dniccliU. fltilzfoifl. rru4ly
tj C I. HOOD CO..wUtUlM,lwU,
IOO Dosoa One Dollar
:X. nZ-A-IEE, !
By rlrtuo ot writs ot PL Fa, lsiuod out ot the
oourt of Common Pleas ot Col. Co., 1'a., aud to
msairocted, there will be sold In the Sherltfs Of
floo In the Court Itouw, Bloomsburg, Pa., on
SATURDAY, SKPT. 27, 1890.
at 2 o'clock In tho afternoon the follow loj: All
that certain lot or piece ot land situate In Conyng-
ham township, Col. Co. Pa., bounded as follows to-
wlti On the north by lot ot Mrs. Patrick Larell,'
on tho east by lanls ot Locust Mointiln Coal it
Iron Co., on the south by Park street, and on (lie
west by rrautwlno strost, coatalnlng Twentj.Bro
feet In front and One Hundred and Forty In depth
wnorcon are erected a
DWKLLINQ HOUSE, BARN
Seized, taken Into execution at the suit ot An
drew Lcnlhan vs. Patrick Lavell anl Ilrldget La-
Tell and to bo sold as tho property of Tatrlck and
undget La veil.
At tho simo time and placo, all that certain lot
orpieoocf land situate In Conyngham twp., Col.
Co., Po., bounded as follows to-w.t: on the north
by rark street, on the east by lot of Michael Tig
h, on the south by the land ot the Locust Moun
tain Coal & Iron Co., and on the west by lot ot
John Ilaffy. coita'nlng
TWBNTY FIVE FEET
In front anl One Hundred and Forty feet In depth
whereon are erected a
BcUcd, taken Into execution at .the suit ot the
Pooplo'a nulldlng & Loin AtiocU tlon ot Olrards-
vllle, ra., vs. Itlehard Joyce, and to be sold as the
property ot Richard Joyce.
MlRR, JOHN 11. CASKV,
HDINANCE NO. 53
opening tho campaign by holding a
mass meeting in Blooinsburg on Oct.
8th, inviting R. E. Pattison and other
prominent sneakers. Unl motion a
committee was appointed on assess
ments consisting of R. Q. F. Kshinka.
John limes and tho Unairman.
On motion adiourned to meet on
Saturday, Oct. 4th.
(From our Regular Correspondent.
Washington, Sept. 15, 1800.
Senator Carlislo thinks there i
great danger of a financial panic, if tho
republicans persist in allowing the
amendment to the tariff bill, which
provides for tho removal of all import
ed goods irom the uovernment bond
ed warehouses beforo Ootober 1, to
stand. He says'' I went to Senator
Aldrioh and begged him to withdraw
tho amendment, but he refused. Tho
otnendmonc was adopted because the
republicans wish to punish the import
ers of the country for their opposition
to tho tariff bilL Wo shall tight tho
amendment in conference and try to
avoid the crash which threatens tho
mnnfltr mfirlrAf " Sftnatnr Vnnnft WA3
was eqially 6mphatio in condemning I republican mauagers suddenly recolleot
the amendment Ho said: "I hardlv how their present standard bearers,
is his vote of the "soldiers burial uill",
and the lesser ones the voto of a num
ber of personal pension bills. Of course
the same unfairness which prompted
such an attack has witheld in each in
stance tho good and sufficient, the
salutary reason why Governor Pattison
felt impelled to veto tne measures.
These reasons are fully contained in
the measures and no reasonable man,
fmo of partisan nroiudice, can read
them without admitting tho lorce of
Governor Pattison's obiceliins. In
not a sinulo ono of these cases was tho
objection which led to the Veto direct
ed toward the purpose of the bill, but
toward the careless manner in which
it had been drawn; the utter absence
of the ordinary safeguards whioh wcll-
diuestod legislation demands. Iu the
caso of the soldiers burial bill, itself,
even Col. Thomas J. Stewart, its groat
ohainnin, has admitted that an urgent
neccssitv exists for its amendment
just in tho particulars objected to by
Goyernor Pattison, and it is tho pur
pose of Uol. btewart to navo proposed
iust such an amendment in the next
' j . . .
While engaged in this lutue appeal
to the prejudices of the soldiers, the
Bee how a crash can be averted, and
when it comes tho country will havo a
practical illustration ot some ot tho in
quiries of this tariff bill. Wo shall
endeavor to avert disastrous results in
the conference committee, but I fear
Senator G. W. Delamater, on tho OO'
casion of his return from the reuubll
can state convention in 188H, in the
midst of an enthusiastio speech at
Moadville, "put his foot into it", so to
spoak, by indicating very plainly that
that we shall not be allowed to aecom- in his opinion "it was time for the "old
plish anything. The republicans seem- soldier" to take a baok seat and give
nd determined to be uniust. oven if it tho voung men a
obanco." This iu-
brings on a financial panic
Tho tariff bill is going through tho
form of being considered by the House
Ways and Moans committee, but that
committee win do nointng
We can I tomperate uttorauce must bo gotten
rid of in some way. The easiest way
seems to be to print Delamator'a speeoti
on that occasion and omit this damag
ing part of it, so to this end a whole
HEADQUAETER8 CAMPAIGN FlflAHUE
rnllAPELPlIIA TARIFF REFORM CLUB.
To the Citizens of Pennsylvania.
Your interests are involved in tho
election of Congressmen this fall.
Tho Monopoly l'arty proposes in
tho McKinley Tariff Bill to still further
advance tho present duties on both
raw materials and manufactured goods,
thereby making you pay moro for what
you use. The price of labor or farm
products win not be aavanoea and no
one will be benefited by this measure
but corporations, trusts, combinations
and some special manufacturers.
Tho advocates ol real tana roforra
propose to give our industries free raw
materials thereby cheapening the cost
of goods to you, and also propose to
protect labor by a sufficient duty on
loaeign manutaoturea goods, thus tan it
reform does not mean low wages. Free
raw mateiials would canse an average
saving to each voter of at least $50 a
year on the necessaries ot life over
what he would pay for the same arti
cles if the MoKinley Tariff Bill should
beome a law.
There are twenty-eight Congress
men to be elected in Pennsylvania this
fall. The Monopoly Party havo con
trol of the offices and patronage, also
free access to tho purses of the pro
tected monopolies and wo believe thev
will use money to lnnueni.e me results
in tho debatable districts.
Many of the districts are close and
if properly organized oan bo carried
for the free raw material candidates,
We appeal to yod for a Voldk-
TAR1T CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS UELl'INO
tub Cause. Money will bo uoeded for
legitimate expenses, such as meetings,
speakers, printing, etc. This is the
people's fight. Every contribution
counts. Will yon not assist by Bend
ing at once at least ono dollar; or if
you oan afford it fivo or ten dollars,
Do not leave this for your neighbor to
send, but send yourself and see that
your neighbor sends his, also. In un
ion there is strength, and thousands of
small contributions brought into one
fund and under one direction will
Please Bend your contributions to
Henry J. Maris, Chairman, P. O. Box
H. J. MARIS,
OtJ. M. Marls Ca wholesa1
JOHN. A. BRILL,
Of J. a. Brill Car Co,
OtThos. Devlin Co. Hardware f Com.
Ot T. J. Dunn Co., wholesale
wholesale Cigars Tobanco,
Democratic State Ticket.
ROBERT E. PATTISON,
For Lieutenant Governor,
CHAUNCEY F. BLACK,
For Secretary of Interna. Affairs,
OAPT. Wm. H. BARCLAY,
An orrtlnanna tolar out and ODen a street or l
highway Irom a point on the LlghLtrcet road,
near the Junction ot socond n1 nisi streets to I
First Btreet, ana naming it Nortu street.
De it ordained and enacted bj the 7luvi Omnctl
Of Vie frHonqfliloonubjrg. and it (t hereby en- I
onea vy auinuniv aj tne mine :
S'ctiO" 1. That a Btreet and hlihwar ho onen-
edasfotlora: TUe centre line thereof shall be
rfln In the north line of tho L'gntatreet mid at a
poim lorcr-uve iuet e isiwaruiy oi luq wen line
ot said road, as widened and opened tn ordinance
number thirty-throe (31): thence north twenty
nve dear ja ten minutes west (N 21 dg 10 Wjpar
allol with Iron street two hundred anl nttr feet
(S5U ft) through lands of the estate ot Emma 11.
Neal. to line ut landa ot C w. Kvea : thence In the
I Bame direction tnrougn lanus oi s ud :. w. Kvea
I one nunarea ana ser?nty-two toec to First street.
wnica sunei hi De mtr reeL wiae.
siction 2. That said street shall be named and
shall be known as North street.
Siction 3. That DrooeedloES be Instituted for
the SBsessment ot damazea to all persons who
I may ue injured, ana couinuuuons on an Bucn
Ipropervea as snail uu oeneuma vj mo opening
of said street as above described.
Passed at a meeting ot tne Town council ueia
u. a. iiauumu.
Comes to the -front with a Complete new FALL and WINTER stock of tho MOST SELECT
em, Youths,, Boy s9 mid CMMmil
' O vereoate of all EiiMfe9 Litest Style tf
HATS! CAPS! SHIRTS!
COLLARS AMD NECKWEAR,
Traelks, ValiseB mid Bmderweair
PERFECT FITTING CLOTHTNG MADE TO ORDER.
! I. MAJER.
Sent. . 1990.
Attest, w. B. cummings,
HON. S.P. WOLVERTON.
Subjjot to cL'ci-iioa of Congressional
Conferees, Seventeenth District.
For State Sem.vtor,
Subject to (locUion of Senatorial
Conferee, Twenty-Fourth District.
E. M. TEWK3BURY.
The following widows' aDoralscmentl will be
presented to the orphan' Court ot Columbia
county on tne (ourtn uooaty ot sept., a. d. iso,
and confirmed nisi, and unless ex.eptlona are Died
within tour days thereafter, win be conQrmed ab-soluto:
joseDh carl Est. Locust, personaitr 1 too. oo.
John U. Quiet, Est, Montour, personalty noo.oo.
i;oaues ti. -iror, ueiver. personally MUU.uu, i
Geonro Hasaerc Est. hloomsbur?. Dersonaltr
uana Keener v.n, sucarioar, persinany Viiv.uu. i
Peter H Knaon Est. Uloomabunr. rcrsionaltr
llenjimln Zlgler Rat, Scott, personalty $T.7
ncnaei tuuer Est, orange, realty J ioo.0).
Clerk's omce, Hept, 1 WM. IL NV DER,
Cleric v. c.
HtSThe largest and choicest line . of Clothing, Hats, Caps, Trunks and Gents' Furnish
ing Goods in Montour and Columbia Counties, Pa.
For Associate Jcdoe,
For District Attornsv,
For Protiionotarv and
G. M. QUICK.
For Register and Recoruer,
O. H. CAMPBELL.
JOHN L. KLINE.
ForCountit Commissioner i,
JE33E RITTEN HOUSE,
B. F. EDGAR.
JERE B. NUSS,
For Countv Surveyor,
RfllAqmnnWANTKr). Pennane nt employment,
uaiUUUrjUnofxl salarv or carrm IkIod. Finn nnr.
nt& Full line of fruits and Flowers. Filceslow,
A. D. PRATT, urscrymaa, Rochester, N. Y.
Notice is herebyrtttin to all leiratoes. creditors
and other persons Interested In tho eitates ol the
rcsDectlve dcedonta and minora that tne follow.
lmr administrators' executors' vruardlans accounts
havo been and In ihe ofttco or tho Itjuter of 1
uoiumDia county ana win do presented ror con
firmation anl allowance In the Orphans' Court to
uu ueiu iu uiuuuiuunf, tuu ist Moaatiy in septem.
ucr, low, ub a y. ui.
No. 1 First an 1 final account ot Aaron Rotrart.
executor of Daniel uorart. Iiu of KUhmjreelc.
Or.Enir oif I OoL Co., deceased.
no. z First and nntl account of T. F. Craig, nd-
No. 3 First and nnal tuvunt or IVUlUm TI.
and John nowelL administrators ot the eitaM ot
uas uowcil uto oi ut. Pleasant township, col
ARB Vta BEST POROUS PLASTERS
IN THE WORLD.
Ther enre Rheumatlsih. Eidner Fains.
Rackache. PlenrlBT and all lamencfB
brooght on by exposure or OTer-exsrtion.
it von vui.
Quick Relief from
ifUA a picturf or a octi on
back-cloth, for there li no pUiter.wcAM
liniment, or lotion tnt n&t
such complete xn&sterj over
ALL ACHES AND PAINS.
Dr. Oroirenor's llrll-Can-lIc PlaateTrt
are Pnrelr Vegetable and IltrmleM. UeUerq
Instantly and nerer fall to cure.
8AFK, QUICK AND 8UHK.
Sold by drocEtiU or mailed on receipt of 33c.
C3UOHTENOR ft niCUAUDS,
Hemlock Franklin wnitenlent.
Jackson-T. w. smith, J. a. Ipchla, U. II. Ulrlo-
To citizens of Ponnitylvaoia daring
tuo p'st ween ana reported especially
tor tills paper by U. A. onow it UO,
patent Attornoys and Agents lor pro-
curing pateola, opposite rtueut Ullioo,
Wastiinrftoo, 1J. U.
It; W. Bayley, Pittsburg, Brake-
beam hantrer: W. M. Coneland. Slow-
art Ol 11, nu iu lum tuu a nuuio v.. - '
Dill reooni Vo Ul 0uuiuC, V R n,.lvnr. PilUt. Saf.tw VmiUrl
mend noriKSonoarrenco in tho Sonato ilocnments, noaueu "ieiatpaier enaors. , r,.ii,. R,i,iin m',Ji
TRAVERSE JURORS SECOND WEEK,
Beaver Simon Rlttennouse.
Beaton uarver w. Uims.
Berwick o. w. Bruhiker, Goo. Dopugh, William
Bloom John Corbet, F. C. Eyer, Jas. nendershott,
Catawl&A-Jobn Y. Weaver, Adam Trucltenmtl
ier. uenrr w. fox.
Centralla Patrick Conway, W. E. Davis, n. J.
ufce. cawara ncraaien.
Centre llarvev Knorr.
FJsh'ngcreet Alfred Iless, Ilarman C. Kline, J.
r . nuueurv.
FrankUn-Jacob W. Arltev.
Urcen wood John Eyer, IMsh Falrman.
Madlsoi Abram Robblns, Thos. Mordan.
Malu J, w. Keichuer.
Mtmi l J. K. unvder. z. Taylor Bowman.
soott-Harvey Ruckle, O. W. Keichuer.
gugarloaf Clinton cole.
juaoua fob Sep r. tkru.
Berwick James M. seeinoi z. oeo ira Westler.
Bloom Nathan Chromls, William Kroamer, John
Catpwlsai James R. Blbby.
Centre -Clinton Urobat.
Oreentvood Bllnas Cole, Wesley Morris, Thomas
Jackson Michael nartman.
Locuat o. a. newer.
MaClson Boyd Christian, Jacob Shoemaker.
Main Kl'as bhuman.
aumin-F. K. smover.
Moitouj Peter 8. Karshner.
Mt. Pleasan: Amos Wanlch.
Orange p. V. ciossen, J. IL Falrman.
i mo u. ii. uorauur, w. u. uayinan.
Bcott William ItinKrose.
bugarloat Uicon iless.
Na 4 First anl final account ot Aaron Boone.
ct:uujrui aiary n. anvaer, iatooi inn townsuip
ot Scott, CoL Co., deceased.
No. s First and final account ot o. W. Ash. ad
ministrator ot tho estate of sunn V. Ulcus, late
ottnetownsmpotunircreecoi. Co., deceased.
No. S First and anal aoco int of R n in uel
Frantz, executor of tho esta'a ot Anna Print:, lato
ui tu, uorouga oi uerwicic, uju ua, aeceisea.
No. 7 First and final account of William Chrls-
man, administrator of Hanih Quick, late of the
wjwu ui uiuomtjurg, kjiu i;u ujass-l.
No. 8 First ani dual account of Wlllam E. Pat
terson, executor ot Anna lane Lochart late ot tho
township ot ureenwooj, col. Co., decease!.
No. 9 First and nntl account ot John Annie.
man, executor of Chrlstlanna Weiss, lato ot the
townsnip oi uemiocc, i;jl uo., uoceasoa.
No. 10 First and Dartlal account of Cornelius
Fetterman anl Wilson Yeaser, executors ot Simon
rciienu&ii. lam ul uucuul luwhsdid. uoi. ii.. ae.
No. 11 First anl flnil account of lohn w.
roucnt and samuei st.icknius'i. aimmistrators of
Rebecca stackhouse, late ot 1'lna townsnlp, Col.
No 1 First and final account of Sitnuel Jaco-
by, e iardt in ot Harriot Mellck, a minor child of
Godfrey Me'lck, late ot lit. Pleasant township,
No II Thacjouat if OinlelR Jo'initoa. ad.
mlnlstritor ot tho eitate of William Johnston,
law vi iutuiLsuu uiwaiui), ui., uocenwu,
No 1 First and final aooountoIDavIl P. Kel
ler, administrator ot Mwpn u Keller, 1 ite of the
townuip oi ureenwooa cot, uo , doceasea.
No. is Tho account of Phinlai Cool adminis
trator ot tne estate or -lanniu cool lata or Mon
tour ujwasuip, t;oi. uo., aeue&soi.
No. H First and anal account of John It. Keel
er. executor of Marian uesi, latoot Uenton town
Duly, Lrtj., uouoawa.
No. 17 Second anl flnil ao;ount ot Obvllah
locim. admtnutrator ot E 1Kb Yocura. lato of
Locust townsnip, col Co., decoaiM.
No 14 First and flnil account of D. R. Mellck
administrator, etc or Manraret. Mellck. lato o
uioomsourg, uol uo., a eased.
No. 10 First and flail account of Daniel L.
Singly and Charles Kilngerman, executor ot Jacob
ituntrermau, late oi ueaver townuip, lkil, uo.,
No. so An account of the al-nlnlstratloa ot
Nehemlah Kitchen, exeoitorol I'litllp pplemin,
late oi tno towmnip oc urejuwoxi, uol uo.,.ao-
No. si The tint anl nail account of J. J,
Brown, administrator e'e mats non cun testamen-
I to annexo of Jacob rone. I no of tuo to-vnsup ot
muiio, iuuav ui ujiuiauiu.
No. 21 Tne account of E. V. Uartman anl J. E.
Wilson executors of llenry C. Uartmin, Uto
oi tne town oi uioonsourf, uouuiy ut uum auu,
No. sj The first and flnal account ot U A.
Munson. ono ot too Administrators ot ti. J. Mun.
i son, late oi ureenwooa tonbuip, uoiumoia couu-
No. 21 First and Dartlal account of Wm. S.
Moyer, executor ot tus last win aal tettamout ot
M. u moan, late oi uioomsoun;, aeceasea,
a II. CAMPBELL.
A DMINIdrH.VTOIi'3 NOTIOE.
Etuite of David Lexcts, Itte oSajartoaftwp deo 'd.
Notice la hereby given that letters of admlnts.
tratlou on the estate ot Divld Lewis, late ot the
township of su;arloaf, county ot Columbia, and
state ot Pennsylvania, deceased, have boen grant
ed to Oscar Lewis and D. J. Lewis, of Suzarloaf,
uoiumnia county, ra, to whom all persons in
debted to said estate are requeithd to make pay
ments, and those having claims or demands will
make known tho same without delay to
or to OSCAR LBWIS,
ruin. Atty. D. J. LEWIS,
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
Pattern Hats and Bonnets,
Wednesday, September 17th.
MISS H. E. WASLEY,
-NEXT DOOR TO I. W. IIARTMAN & SONS.
The undersigned, surviving executor ot the last
will and testament of Ezeklel Cole, late of Sugar
loaf township, In Columbia county, Penna., now
offers at private sale a large body ot the most de-
slr ble real estate to be found In the township.
It consists ota tract ot land lying upon both
sides of tho Flsblugcreek, and comprising in the
That, portion of It which Is upon the wost side
of the creek has the following improvements and
advantages, to-wlt. A large frame
formerly kept u a notel, a Frame Building erect.
ed for and occupied as a country store, a large
frame building erected and occupied as a tenant
hsuse, and also outbuildings, saw mill, c. It Is
well wooded and has a considerable quantity ot
excellent fruit. It Is accessible by two public
roads and a county bridge, and also by the Blooms
burg Sullivan railroad, and It contains about
The remainder of the tract lying upon the east
Bide of the creek, U also acccsslbls by two public
roads and a county bridge across Flshlngcrcek to
the railroad. The Improvements are a large bam
c., the whole tract having been occupied as the
homestead farm. This piece contains about
It will be eold together or in parcels as may be
deemed most expedient. The sale will be by the
acre. A draft ot the land with the Improve menu
roads, C, can be seen in the hands of the ex ecu-
tor at the banking bouse ot the bloomsburg Bank.
Ug Company, where also inquirers may learn
terms ot sale, &a
Aug. 1-1 a II. IL GROTZ, Executor,
amendments, leaving the Saht to tako
place in the conference committee,
Tbe present intention is to gag ,tho
House by tno passage ot a resolution
introduced by Mr. MoKinley Saturday
to prevent consideration or voting up
on anv of the Senate amendments by
tbe House sittintr as a comvniuoe of
tbe whole. This aotion has been takon
under Boss Reed's orders ho knows
that there aro a number of republicans
in tho bouse who would Gladly vote
with the democrats if thoy could get a
chance, on several of tho Senato
The Lonisiana delegation made a
Btronrr protest befde tho Ways and
ed" U devoted to the defense of tho
Meadvillo speech. But alas, those
who have undertaken to steer JJela
inaler out of deep water, in their efforts
to bIiuu Cbarybdis have run into Soylla.
Senator Delamater has been busy for
some time past in quietly telling the
independent uopuDiicans wuom uo is
privately seeking out, that ho is "not
for Quay" but will promise to throw
Quay overboard when he is elected.
In the JHeadvuie speecu auove reiereu
to, appear theso words "who can for
get what tho wise and peerless Quay,
tho stalwart uameron ana mo uauant
Bjaver havo contributed in building
oar nartv polioy". So, 'tho wise and
Means committee against tho date peerless Quay", one whom Delamater
ncW lulKu oi iuiuniu;uioiuuiu. n iu
ho do itT Can he atlord to do UI it
ho does, is ho a worthy object to trust!
What can bo thought of tho promises
of a man who will proclaim a political
friend "wiso and peerless' wben no is
seeking bis aid for a nomination and
then secretly promise to go back on
him alter ward.
Tho only other ono of tho remark-
ablo republican campaign dooumeots
wnicb is worthy of particular nctico is
tlio biograpicaf skotch of their oandi
dato tor uovcrnor. it is supposea to
cover the whole ground. It goes into
tho ancestral history oi ueia mater, it
shows that ho Is oftho eighth genera
tion of Delemaitre. That his paternal
anoestry is to bo traced baok for nine
in I act, it conclusively
March 1, 1891 3et for the sugar
sohodulo to co into effect. I hey show
ed the committee that it meant ruin
for tho sugar planters to be compelled
to sell their oron for commK vear in a
market brought down by free foreign
B..gar, and asked either that the timo
bo extended to July 1, or that tho
chance co into effect immediately,
Thev cot no satisfaction from tho
Tho republicans ore suspiciously
quiet about tho proposed extra session,
nnd thoro is a diflcronoe of opinion re
garding it among them. Thoy nil
want tho oxtra session, but lots of tbem
want Mr. Harrison to assume tno res
ihllitv bv callincr an oxtra session
while ho, and the members of bis cab
net insist that Congress should take
cr for pumps; J, G. Hughes, Mahony
City, Bottlc-Stopper; W. II. Kennedy,
Etna, Mothod of and apparatus for the
production of mineral wool: F. Koskul
Williumsport, Ornamental wood-wor't-1
inc; J. Lakio, Bradford, Inkstand; T.
C. MoPhorson, Beaver Falls, Wire-1
coiling apparatus; Z Molten ,Erie, Jar
Utter; IL, a. l'txk, norm liiat, uopo
clamp; J. Robcrson, Pottsville, Guard-
bolt for oar-platform; W. J. aage.Uon-
nollsville, Washing maohlne; G. W.
Sample, York, knittiuc-maohtnes;"' G.
Westtngnouse Jr., rutsburg' JMecino-
vm-w , 0 . ..... . ,
the responsibility by taking a recess proves that uis wooq is oi tno uiuesj
to November 10. Tho object of them oi tno oiue mav uo uruy .m
all is tho samo the passage ol tho son oi ion wnu
obnoxious forco bill. other striking iea ure oi m B"V
m,.- 1.111 .l.Iil. haa I In lllfl naiVU UU1KJI11JUUU w Kvuu
AUB uumiiuuuwoill. uill rr.v,u I- - --- --- - ,! r ,
1 .1 1 I... llAnvaoAntfl na I CiT LIIO 11LL1U UVlUUiawt Ollliui, hv vuw
TI tl I. .l,..r, n maalnn, flf I 1GUL Ol U1U arUUU uivnu v
Movr to noil nu tuKK
"Isn't it strange," said a short, foreign
looking man the other day to some com
panions whllo lunching together at one of
tbe restaurants, "that not one cook In fifty,
nor housekeeper either, knows how to boll
an egg? And yet most pooplo think they
know this simple matter. They will tell
to drop It into boiling water and let it re
main three minutes and to be sure the
water is boiling.
"Here is where the mistake Is made. An
egg so prepared is indigestible and hardly
fit for a well person, let alone, one who is
sick, to eat. The moment it is plunged in
to boiling water tbe white hardens and
toughens. To. boil an egg properly put
it iu a vessel, cover with cold water, placo
over tbe fire and the second tho water be
gins to boll your egg is done. The white '
Is as delicate as a Jelly and as easily dl.
nested and nutritious, as it should be.
Tho Information Is worthy of considers.
tlon, since tbe speaker has occupied tbe
place of chef at several of the largest hotel
in the country. tooo lyunae.
GARMENTS ARE!31TRE TO
BEIN HAND WHEN NEEDED
BY PLACING YOUR ORDER
THE CHOICEST OF THE
CHOICE ALWAYS GO FIRST,
AND "PICKS' MADE NOW
HAVE THE ADVANTAGE.
FOREIGN WOOLENS ARE
TURNING DEARER AND
THE POSSIBILITY OF FUR
THER RISE IS NOT DISTANT.
WE HAVE NOT ADVANC
ED PRICES AS YET.
E. O. THOMPSON,
008 Walnut Btkest,
tuning Halesmao here. Ijt-clast
a wevitir. uoinmiaaion or salary,
no p.-ulti and speclalUes.
can rot a froo! Darin? lib for the!
Write lor mil usrnui ana paruouiari.
ruitu B.TUU1SU. Nurseryman,
KL IloebMter, N. V.
I A KOOd P
I winter, Wr
Tho Trustees of the First ITesbytcrlan Church
ot Bloomaburs w,U eiposo to Pi Ulo Bale on tbe
premises In Uloomsburg 1'a. on
WEDNESDAY OOTOBER 1. 1890
at 10 o'clock tn the forenoon. The
OLD CHURCH PROPERTY",
situated on the East side ot Market street bound.
ed on the Forth by lot of Mrs. Martha Clark, and
on the South by lot ot L W. McKelty, being about
seventy two feet front on Market Btreet and ex.
tend Intj back about feet to Whitmans
Allejwlth the buildings and all the appurtenances
belonging thereto, rebervlng'the right to occupy
tne same free of rent until such time aa the New
( hurch shall be ready for use
THltlH OF SALE Ten per .cent, ot tho purch aae
money at tbe striking down ot the property; Fit
teen per cent, thirty days thereafter when deed
wUl be given and the remaining aeventy.Oie per
cent, seemed by mortgage and bonds payable In
one, two, and three years, with Interest from date
of delivering of deed, Mth the prlvucge of paying
the entire amount at any time.
For further particulars inquire of
IL V. WII1TB,
Secretary Board ot Trustees,
Are you using the old fash
ion rubbinp; board in doinpyour
you to investigate into the mer
its of our New
Alter trying it we named it
the "Lightning," because it I
struck us as being the richt
name lor sucn a
Rapid Working Machine
as to the top pull swing and so
caueu wasiung mummies.
CLARK F. HARDER,
1 9-1 9-4 1. Catawissa, Fa.
Fine Cabinet portraits only
$3 doz. Life size Crayons
only S10.00. Viewing, copy-
inc and enlarging. instant
process used. tt.
Mitchell's Kidney Plasters
' Absorb all dlwua In the.KIdncys and
rettora them to a health; condition.
J Old chronic kidney sufferer, tar
If" " they got no relief until they tried
l MITCHKIX'H 1CIUNKV
Bold by Druggist every where, or sent by mall f or SOo
Novelty I'liuwr worn., mwui, hm
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF
or OIL CLOTH,
YOU WILL FIND A NICE LINE AT
W. H. BEOWIM
2nd Door above Court IIouso.
A new lot of Window Curtains received this week.
rOUQIIKKBPSlK. N. Y.. OrTain hnMi airmilha hf
educational advantages at the loweat cost. Thor-
S? !?SS? p?pl5 t"c.eara a UTlnir &Di carefuU nttlng thorn for honorable positions. Gold
BMiTffSS2.nSfSnLBi?S?'Uo'1 lVorW,s .Palr. 'l' ior b03t COttr 30 ' "1 Plan of iteration
on short notice. No chare, rnr Bttiifltir,nD ,,,..1.1,
ed. For information and catalogue address aaabovet HO I lllHll uULLHuH
every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF
THAT CAN BE RELIED ON
PgQt tO Split 1
Wot to Dlsoolop l
BEARS THIS MARK.
HEEDS NO LAUNDERING. OAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT.
THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF
COLLAR IN THE MARKET.
jBSIGNEK'S NO I ICE.
Not ce la herebv trlven that Chester Htlltz. Ed.
ward H. Utcklnijon and KrederU W. Corcoran of
Jamison city, Columbia county, Pennsylvania, co.
ptLnoeni uuin uuiuesd iu jmniwju cu aioreaam,
under the tlriu namo of Htlltz a co , made a vol.
untary aaslgnment of all and singular, their co.
partnership and Inllvldual eute, to John 1'.
lull of said Jamison city In trust for the benent
ot the creditors ot the 811 Mtllu Co., and Chest
er tuiltz. Hdward I'. Dickinson and Prederlo W.
nvnn nr( it will mv I Corcoran. All penons Indebted to tho said nrm,
yuu art. 11 win yty and 10 the Individuals thereof win make immed.
late payment to iuq saia aaugnee, ana mode uav.
tng claims or demands wlU present the same
MONEY MADE .
Come direct to the manufacturers
for your Fall Suit and Overcoat. Two
of the largest stores in Philadelphia
stocked with Men's and Boys' Clothing
from our own workshops. The best
qualities at the lowest prices.
A. 0. Yates & Co.-
6th It Chestnut.
13th & Chestnut.
l'AHM l'OU It ft NT
A farm of luu no res, with nandaome new houBO
and barn, and supplied with abundant water, wlU
be rented at a low rent for the term ot Ave yoara ,
to a gooa tenant who tan furnish bla own stock
ndequlpment. The farm is in the Catawissa
VaUey on tne Township road from Urandonvllle to
Audcnreld, two miles from llrandonvllo and near
lilrarl Manor, iteferenoes requested. AddreBS
HBumt a. Tiioui'hON, Engineer oirara Kitate
IWUvUle, ra uov. My.
JOUN P. Hill, Asilgnee.
Jamison city, 1'a,
THAVflllSB JUROUS-rillST WEEK.
Berwick Daniel Snecht, William Stltfnagle.
liloom Xloore Dawson, William Hharter.:
linarcrcek A. it. Alderman, Newman Ilower,
uswaia urasiev. j. v. HnonenDenrer.
Catawutw-O. W. Harder, u T, bhuman.
Oentralla J. M. Uwlnner.
Centre Allen Bhellhamer Br, T. W, Bchwepoen.
Conyngham Emanuel Levan, Jno. Hughes.
risuingcrwjE uuuu n. uucaaiow, ira ioty.
Uroenwood-WUUam "W. Ulack, Jos. lleacoclc'
Ham'I Klsner. ullian Lemoni. Frank Mluon.
Hemlock Ellaha Hruirler.
locust llenry Ueaver, laaao Johnson,
Aiaaiaon rnuiK 11. irruiu
uuuin-DlU Hwank, A. W. 8nyder, Jerre 8. Yohe.
Mt. Weaaant-AUred Crawford.
Hue J. W. lore.
Itoartflsrcreek Y. a. Case.
Bcott Charlo. Kink, umery Ilageabuch. Wllllu
SITUATIONS l-KIIMANBST SAUAHY and KS.
i-snhkh ritosi STAltT. ouick selling specialties.
No exDerlcnce neoeLirv.
tor terms, stating aire.
H. f. HOOKER GO , Nurservmen,
Rochester ti. Y.
life size Crayons, pho
tographs till sizes, in
correct styles nnd per
fect finislir colorcfl
photographs, large or
small, frames a 11 d
Notice Is hereby given lhat tho first and final
accourt ot the Uio jmsburg Ullage company has
been filed In the Court of Common 1'leas of Col
umblacounty, and will bo presented to the said
Oourt on the fourth Monday ot (September, A. 1).,
JS90, and continued nisi, and unless exceptions
arejtiled within four days thereafter will be con.
1'rothonotary's offloo. WM. II. SNYDER,
whereas letters testamentary In the estate ot
Catharine louIs A.Iirown.iAtj, nt unt r. r wn. iipAAh
ed. have been granted to the Bubacrtber. All per
sons Indebted to tho said estate are requested to
mske Irainodlaw payment, and those having
claims or demands agalut the estate ot tbe di.
cedent win make known the same without delay
J. U. O Kinci, J03BP1I It. ltOUUINS.
- . LIghUtrect, ra.
Is hereby given tha'. by vlrt it ot a resolution
of tbe stockholders of the Uloomsburg Ilrldge
company, an application will be presented to the
Court of Common I'leas of Columbia county, on
Monday the th day ot Heplember, a, D. 1W0, at
teno'clook a. m.. praying for the dlaaolutlin of
tbe said Corporation.
Atum: raw, O. Wikt, JOUN Q. VHEEZB,
are Invited to entrust tbelr Inter.
eats to the old established Talent
Law t Hollcltlng nrm of MAHON,
Waahlogton p. C.