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THE COLUMBIAN. BLOOMS3UR0. PA.
SHAHl'.EY WHIPS M COY.
Itrnto HI i rim' li Triumph Over ,'lriic
In t!in Prize KlnR.
New Vo:l;. .J:i. J I At thn Lenox
Athletic Ol ' 111) t IliKllt, Lrli'l'i' II llliw
II nfT mi)') tint ronuiletely filled tile
mil", flunkey, tlie sullur, knoiUed nut
IChl Mi-Coy.
An old, oM timer, whn hurt Rono
through the talk of a thmiHiind llstlc
fiKt!vuln, said It wan niuniTous dt'Rreos
colder Uinn t'orliett'n backers were at
OnrFon City In the Mnrrh when Sulll
vnnH romiuernr ixikhciI ilio heavy
weight chninprotiFhlp up to Fltzslm
monn. ftmt rtourrt--They ndvnnce to the.
center and thnk Lands. McCoy circ
led around f-'hnrkey. led left for the
body and put the, rlsht under the chin.
They clinched and broke clean. Mo
Coy kept h'a feet RoinR and Kt the
right to Phnikoy'8 face. A vicious led
wlnpc by Kharkey wan clevprly duck
ed. The Kid pjut the left to Tom's
ribs and put a hot rlKht hander to th.;
fore. ShnrV-ey tried a right swing
without hvii.!. lioth were smiling an
the round c' med.
Second HoundMcCoy Immediately
pat his feet to work and got his left
lo thn face In easy fashion, but with
out s'.renKth. Hhnrkey forced the Kid
to the ropes and then tried to rouRh
h!m to the rround, but without harm.
Fharkey tried with the left for a tiwlnit
to the head, but McCoy side stepped
nd then JaMied left to tho wind. An
other tremendous swing by Pharkey'i
left was flni ly ducked and then the
Kid out the left Into Sharkey's neck.
There was evidence of attempted
roughing on the part of the ex-sailor
a the round closed.
7T m i
Third T1oinrt--The Kid rpened the
round with a solid left o.i the eye.
Sharkey til- d HWlnfis and upper-cuts
without re:r hltiK the spot intended.
nil the Uli1 kept his feet c1iik and
irot Into clos" quarters, where he work
ed on the stomach. Sharkey missed a
left swlntr, nnd the Kid got his left tn
the chest v'th Rood effect. Sharkey
jrnt In a left swlnf? lightly under the
ehin. McCt v knocked Sharkey down
twice and l"pt up the same furious
iralt when 'he mariner came to his
feet, having- him thoroughly at sea
when time was called at the end of the
round..
Fourth Round A feint with the rlsht
on McCoy's part was mimicked ludic
rously by tho sailor. The Kid landed
left and rlrht on the nose. Sharkey
clinched. Sharkey missed left hook,
and the Kid lost no time In returning
lrffh n stralrht left.
Fifth Tlornd--Shnrkey started to
pouch It. mWsed with both hands, and
when the K!d ducked, the. sailor dove
Into the ropes. The Kid landed the
left full on the neck. Again he put It
home fair and blocked the sailor's right
counter. The crowd hissed as Shar
key continued to rough matters.
Sixth Tlou"d The Kid began with
putting the 'c't to Sharkey's forehead.
Sharkey rus- d and got home a blow
with the r!(r''t under the Kid's heart,
but without doing apparent harm. The
round ended with Sharkey blowing like
whnle and the Kid as composed as at
4he start."
Seventh RoundThe Kid again Jab
bed the left to the eye. McCoy upper
cut Sharkey.
Klghth Round Sharkey ran Into a
Jeft lead. When McCoy stood Sharkey
.off the sailor uddressed the crowd with
"He's tired." Sharkey ser.t In two low
Wows, taklnsr the Kid cleanly below
.the belt. The Kid fell In a heap, but
gat up and continued with speed. Shar
per again began to rough and landed
,left and right to the head,
t Ninth Round Sharkey landed two
lefts on the car In quick succession.
Sharkey fouled repeatedly.
i Tenth and last Round Shnrkey came
p still on the aggresalvse. McCoy led
to the face, and Sharkey, with one
band free, uppercut him. The referee
h'd not notice the blowy. McCoy back
ed away and then Jumped In with a
Ylclous left on Sharkey's bad eye, thi;
.right one. Sharkey bored McCoy go
iJnfiT away, but before he could get out
tf dlstnnce Sharkey flaehed a left hmilt
to the Jaw. The Kill went down against
the ropes on the east side of the ring.
Jiefore he had staggered to his feet
he was counted out, but Sharkey did
.not know this, and rushing In before
the referee could stop him, again fel
iled his man. Then the referee sent
' Sharkey to his corner, and McCoy,
'who was woggy, slowly rose and stag
: re red to his corner, soundly and de
cisively beaten. Time of round, onu
minute and thirteen seconds.
AmliHUHilor to Itiimla,
Washington, D. C, Jan. 11. Tho
president has sent these nominations
to the Senate:
Charlemar.;u Tower of Pennsylvania
bow minister to Austrla-Hungury, to
be ambassador to Russia.
Addison C. Harris of Indiana to be
minister to Austria-Hungary.
Mr. Addlaon C. Harris, who ha
been nominated as minister to Austria-
Hungary, to succeed Mr. Tower, Is a
well known lawyer of Indianapolis and
t life long Iriend of Senator Fair
banks.
Mrr, Flue. Hut Die.
Albany, N. Y Jan. 11. The court of
appeals have affirmed the Judgment of
conviction In the case of the people
vs. Place.
' In I his cao Martha Place was con
Ivlcted of having smothered her step-
I daughter, Ida Place, on February 1
last in Brooklyn.
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v r if ft v
life
USED THE FATIIEK.
First Proseci'tion at Roatliprj Unilortlie Com
pulsory School Law.
The fust case under the compulsory
school law in Reading wis decided by
Alderman Vamel. It was against Kd
ward C. Hammer, a clerk, who was
charged with keeping his two children,
aeil 8 and 1 1 years, out of School.
The fathers defence was that the child
ren are in delicate health.
The Alderman decided to fine the
father $2 for each child and also im
posed the costs, amounting to $4 99
in each case. Upon being informed of
the decision Attorney Flood announced
his determination of taking an appeal
to court, giving as one of the reasons
that the law under which the action
was brought is unconstitutional.
Knows Keely's SecTet.
Joseph Repetti, an expert Vineland
machinist and inventor, claims to be
the only living man in possession of
the Keely motor secret. The secret,
he says, did not die with Keely. Rep
etti believes himself to be the only
person to whom Keely ever showed
his complete motor, and as he took
an oath never to divulge the secret,
he has not yet convinced himself that
his obligation was dissolved through
Mr. Keely's death.
Repetti is a Mason, of excellent
standing in the local lodge, ami a
highly respected citizen, whose varaci
ty and capabilities are well known in
Vineland. Repetti says he can build
another motor just like Keely's, which
the company has, since the originators
death, placed in the hands ot T. 15.
Kinrade, a Boston scientist, to work
out.
Salt Rhi.um, Tettkr, Eczi ma.
These distressing skin diseases reliev
ed by cne application. Dr. Aenew's
Ointment is a potent cure for all
eruptions of the skin. Jas. Gaston of
Wilkesbarre says: "For nine years I
was disfigured with Tetter on my
hands, Dr. Agnew's Ointment cured
it." 35 cents. 93.
Sold by C. A. Kleim.
The Texas authorities have
abandoned all hope of catching the
express driver who recently skipped
with $61,000 entrusted to his care.
He had evidently planned his meth
od of getting away before he made
the steal, and it was very poor judg
ment to think him within the con
fines of the state even as large as it
is.
TryGrain-O! TryGrain-O!
Ask your Grocer to-day to show you
a package of GRAIN-O, thenewfood
drink that takes the place of coffee.
The children may drink it without in
jury as well as the adult. All who try
it, like it. GRAIN O has that rich
seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is
made fiom pure grains, and the most
delicate stomach receives it without
distress. the price of coffee. 15c.
and 25c. per package. Sold by all
grocers. i-s-4td.
FEBRUARY COURT-TRIAL LIST
For Week Beginning Monday, February
13th, 1899.
Peter Thomas vs James M Williams.
Ellen Shoemaker vs Joseph W Kausey.
huHan cooper vs Mni'iirrl Ave ml et ul.
c T Bieck, M 1), vs J W Kelclin- r.
Llojd 1 Kox vs George Fox, et at.
wuaaa I'ooper vs Daniel Miller.
Cliurleg Kelcuurt vg The LelilgU & Wllkes
Barre Uoul t'o.
John beliell vs same.
Win llolTmuD,.Auuir, vs Win Hopper and Mary
Hopper.
Howard K Brjyuer, Indorse of Mary Mugeo
Bnyuer, vs James Mairee, M.
Uenulsuit Brink vs. llie Township of Hemlock.
Tue t'ai huts' Mutual Insurauce en, or Middle
Pa, now 10 use nt Harry S Knight, Heceiver, vs
llartold Klerlioff.
Same vs Sylvester Hcatli.
Same vs J II Koblilns.
Same vs Klljuh 1'eterman.
Tallin haliuek vs The. i cnna It H Co, leasee of
the ri U v li Italiwuy Co.
Charles 1 tlamllii vs N irmnn R Hamlin.
Kdwiud unit William Hurilo vs 8 0 creasy and
E U Wells, IrailliiK us t ii uhv a Mells.
Hubert S Howell vs Daniel Snydr and wife.
Charles ' Kvans, exevuior of John Hum, de
ceased vg D Z Keinaly.
W II WulieiiltfUi vs rhocboE DeWltt and J
M Dewitt, her 11 ki' "t.
Lamar VunslcKle vs 8 S Drelsbueh.
i W Huuck vsTlie Ulilgli & Wllkes-Darrc
Coal Co.
David Sliuman vs same.
David Sliuiuan vs i lie Cross Creek Coal Co.
David Sliuiuan vs l limit's M Dodson & Co.
David Sliiimaii vs (leurtfe 11 Mycin ro.
t'rluh V Hiouke vsClirlitlian small, Jr
Wui 0 Spiusler vs vllliam Walp, Admr of
Mary A Walp, deceased, willluiu Walp, lleo
Wul;, .lames Walp, Samuel Walp, I.ydla ( lay
well and Jennie Deltrlck, lielis ul law of Mary
A Wulp, deceased
llelieeeu J Mariln vg Ilnyd H Yetter.
J II KnulHO.ii vg llenjuiiiln'll Kurns et al.
Charles Trllt vs The Lehigh & Wllkeg-Darre
Coal Company.
James M Ulume vg Cuurlcs Gibbous and I'UllIp
Gibbons.
Simon Abellg' use vg II J Doyle et al.
11 K lilHton vs llsou V Jury.
Frank P Pursell vs John K Grotz.
W M Weaver va lleiiiy DulyhmlUer, Ulram
Sterling.
William Bernlnifer vg The 8 11 & W B Hwy Co,
and Its lessee, The Pennsylvania Hnllioad Co.
Anglo American s & L Ass'n vg Jameg Magee,
2d, with notice to Klla G Mugee, terre teuauu
The i I'l.en'g B & L Ass'n vs Margaret Grady.
Julia Blbly, assignee of Franklin L Sbuman,
vs Hermiiu T Voung, Admr of Harriet Murray,
deceased, with notice lo Matilda Krubs, lerre
lunaut.
AHGIIMENT LIST
Commonwealth vg Hlrum Albert son.
Mary C Kline vg Kebecca J Adams, Admx of
Elleu Kline.
V 1) Hamlin vg N K Hamlin.
David Naus vs Win Koady.
Simon A bells' use vg li J Doyle.
In re annexation of territory toBoro of Ber
wick. In re road In Catawlssa and Main Twpa, trout
river bridge to Malnvlile.
Madlscn Twp Poor Dlst vg Bloom Poor Dlst
Houd lu Greenwood Twp, near Ueacock'g U it
OABTOniA.
Baan th ' 11B Kind You Have Always BiiugtH
lhe Kind You Have Always
Blgnatura
of
glntlnn.
itiiiid In I'ntawlssa Twp, near Dan'l Morris'
burn.
In re division of llrliirrr'k Two Into two Twpa.
1'iiirn-ls lOmns, trustee of Jacob Moyer Est.,
vs Henry 11. Man., with nollcu to all terre ten-
lltltR.
Metropolitan C lleetlnir Co and Danville Slove
Mfi ro, vs Anna M Heriniiger.
.lere'iilali Snyder v lirlsiona Adnms.
lload in KninkHn Twp, near Francis Ely's.
(junker city Watch Co vs K K Irvln, Det't.and
Scott, H PeiisiemaiMi'-r, Gun lhee
Th" I.e nier i ii, I.linlted, vs Thotnns Gorrcy.
(' r I'eneork'g use vs M A Alberlson
J K Wilson vs V. A Albertaim.
lload In Cleveland Twp, near house of ltloh
ard Meisner.
Houd in lieavor Twp, near ltcbecca Hun-singer's.-
lload In Main and Beaver Twps, near Israel
Nuns' bir i.
In rn sheriff's salo of real estate of Emma
Ne.vhard.
Estate of Boyd A Kile, dne'd.
Estate of Andrew Fowler, doo'd.
JUHY LIST.
UHANP JURORS HKPOHT FIRST MONDAY, AT
10 A. M.
Benton Bnro Chns A. Kdson, B. F Koeler.
Berwick-Philip clement, K. K. Kluhardson,
Geo. E. Clemens.
Ulo.iinsbnrg A. C I)eShppard.
catawlssa lloro K. s cleaver, John Haley,
Howard llrown, Geo. B. Hhawn.
Catawlssa Twp-D. II. Fetterolf.
Cleveland Luther Dlmmlck, Christian Small,
( has. K St Ine, Samuel Lelby.
conyngliiim M. J. Mcllale.
Flshlngcreek . N. Hosier.
Greenwood David Albeitson.
Mimin Wilson Creasy, F. U. Smorcr.
Montour Henry Klefer.
Mr. I'leasanl T. c. Oman.
(rango-M. F. Bowmnn, Itanslo Fester.
TRAVKHSI JUHOKH-UKST WRI KII'OKT KIHST
TI'KHIIAY, AT 10 A. H.
Beaver C K Bemlnger.
Berwick clns W Itower, O B Evans, Abram
Harinan, Harvey Glngher, 11 W Bower, Wm
St uck house, Wm Foley, Henry Jones.
BloouiMbiirg chas Evans, Henry F Purset,
Halph Gray. Geo li Martin, Wm 11 House!, Jag
Kirter. Jas Pollock.
Brlarcreek John Fester.
catawlssa Horo-Edward BUIlg.Chas E Smith,
Peter It Haldy, C E Clewell
centre James L Williams.
Conyngtmm E Iward Hoonoy, Thos. Klernau.
Cl"veiand Slmou l Curl.
Greenwood-John Morris, 3 W Iteece, JnoC
Parker, Chai II Dlldlne.
Ilem nck W l Bengln, llnrry Kester.
Locust Andrew Buyer, Wilson Yeagor, Wm
Ben ver.
Main Daniel Shumnn.
Madison CC Cooper.
Milllln MUlon Lehman.
Mlllvllle ,1 c Christian.
Monloiir Joslali Holler's.
Pine W II Hayiian, II F Karshner.
Koiirliigcreek-W il cherrlngton, Michael
Hoacli.
Scott A F McColluin.
sugarloiif-.l W Perry, BenJ. Laubacli, John
Moore, Flunk Myers.
THAVKHSH Jl U0KS-BKC0NII WEBK SECOND MON
DAY, 111 A. M.
Benton Twp Emanuel Laubacli, Daniel Kill
eliuan. Iierwlck-- Frank Corklns.
Blnomshurir It c llncknlew. Frank Parks. I
I I. Kubb, Edward Sterner, II I) Kd','ar.
I Catawlssa Horn David Kashncr.W M Vastlne,
llciiben shumnn.
j i alnwlssa Twp Llovd Creasy.
i eni raua ueorge w navis
Centre Geo creasy, E B Hess, Wilson J
Kitchen. .1 w Miller.
Cleveland- K -l DeLnng.
Coiiyncliain Win Klcliard.
Flshlngcreek llermon cllno.
Franklin 1 1) Loreuisn.
(ireenwood-Wm T utleman.
Hemlock Wm Fiy.
ueksou W A Bint,
Locust Wm II irlir. Ama Kline.
Madison A F Hartllne, J J Cramer.
Mlllllnvllle J II Elsenhower.
Montour Win Huntingdon.
t Pleasant ( II Everett.
Orange Sylvester Hutlon.
Pine HenJ E Wlil'mover.
sugarloaf B D Cole, Albert Cole, J E Fritz.
SHERIFFS SALE.
By virtue of writs of Fieri Facias, Issued out
of tho Court of Common Pleas of Columbia
County, State of Pennsylvania, and to me di
rected, there will be exposed to public gale at
the Court House, In Bloomsburg, County and
State aforesaid, on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 2S, '99,
at '1 o'clock p. m., the following real estate, sit
uate In the Town of Bloomsburg, Columbia
county, Pennsylvania:
Purpart No. 1. Designated as the Ingrain
Mill, more fully described us follows: Begin
ning at a point on the southeast corner of
Flftb and Leonard streets, thence along south
side of Fifth street north nt degrees, so minutes
east four hundred forty-nine and one-tenth feet
to a stake 0 laud of It. & B. It. It., thence along
game south 26 degrees, M minutes east two
hundred land rive feet to corner of Tapestry
Plant, thence along Bame south M degrees, 30
minutes west seventy-nine feet to a stake,
thence along same south degrees, 10 minutes
east one hundred and twenty and thirty-four
hundredths feet to a stake corner of Spinning
Plant, thence aloDg fame south 64 degrees, so
minutes west three hundred and sixty-nine feet
to Leonard street, thence along game north 1M
degrees, 10 minutes west three hundred and
twenty-five and thirty-four hundredths feet to
the place of beginning, whoreon Is erected a
four-story
BRICK INGRAIN CARPET MUX.
a three story brick engine, boiler and dying
house, barn and out buildings.
Purpart No U. Designated as the Tapestry
Plant, more fully described as follows, to wit:
Beginning at a point on the line of H. & B. Kit.
one hundred and ninety foct noith of Sixth
street at a corner of Ingrain Carpet Mill, thence
along the same south et degrees and 80 minutes
west seventy-nine feet to a stake, thence south
25 degrees and 10 minutes east one hundred and
sixty-two and sixty-six hundreths feet to tne
corner of Dye room, thence along samo north
St degree and SO minutes east seventy-nine feet
to line of It. ft B. UK., thence along same uortn
25 degrees and 10 minutes east one hundred and
forty-one and nve-teuths feet to the place of bo"
ginning, whereon Is erected
A BRICK WKAVING SIIKD,
used In tho manufacture of Tapestry carpets.
Purpart No. 8. Designated as the Dry Room
or Color shop, more fully described as follows,
to wit: Beginning at a point on the north sldo of
Sixth street, corner of K. & B. Kit.; thenco along
game, north twenty five degrees, 10 mln., west
forty eight aud live tenths feet to a corner of
Tapestry plant; thence along game south 68 de
grees and 80 minutes west seventy-nine feet to
a stako corner of Spinning Mill; thence along
same arty-three and five tenths feet to a point
on north sldo of Sixth street fifty-two feet fiom
place of beginning; thence along same fifty-two
feeet to the place of beginning; whereon la
erected a one atory
BRICK COLOR SHOP.
Purpart No. 4. Designated as the Spinning
Mill. More fully described as follows, to-wlt:
Beginning at a point on north-cast corner of
the Intersection of Sixth and Leonard Btreets,
thence along Leonard street, north 85 degrees,
lo minutes west sixty-nine and Btxt y-slx hun
dreths feet to corner of Ingrain Plant, thence
along samo north fit degrees, So minutes west
three hundred and Blxty-nlne and four-tenths
feet to Tapestry Plant, thence along same
south 26 degrees, 10 minutes east twenty-one
and Btxteen-hundreths feet to corner of dye
room; theuce along Bame fifty-three and five
tenths feet to line of sixth street; thence south
61 degrees, 80 minutes west three hundred and
ninety-seven and one-tenth foet to place of be
ginning, whereon Is erected a three-story
BRICK BUILDING,
with basement used In spinning yarns.
Solzed aud taken Into execution at the suit of
C. C. Peacock, trustee and Jumes Mugee 2nd
trustee vs. the Magee Carpet Works, and to be
sold as the property of the Magee Carpet
Works.
C. W. MlLLKk, W. W. BLACK,
Atty. Sheriff.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
By vlrtuo of a writ, of Ft. Fa., Issued out of
the court, of Common Pleas of Columbia
County, Pennsylvania, and to me directed.! here
will bo exposed to public sale, at tho Court
House, In Bloomsburg, on
SATURDAY, JAN. 14, 1890,
at two o'clock In the afternoon, all that certnln
pleco and parcel of land, situate In the village
of Mlllllnvllle, County of Columbia, Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and described
as follows to wit : Being marked In tho general
plan of said village as number forty-nine (W),
bounded on the north by Second street, on the
south by Third street, on the east by lot No. 40,
and west by street, being In length fourteen (14)
rods, and li breadth, four (4) rods, upon which
Is erected a
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE,
and other outbuildings.
Seized, taken In execution, at tho suit of Cos
mopolitan Building and Loan Association Vs.
Samuel W. Fedder and Etta Fedder, and to be
old as the property of Samuel W. Fedder and
Etta Fedder.
W. W. BLACK,
I! A It MAN, Atty. Sheriff.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
ttj virtue of a writ of Fl. Fa. Issued out of tho
Court of common Pleas, of Columbia county
Pennsylvania, and to mo directed there will bo
exposed to public sale at the Court House, In
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, P., on
SATURDAY, JAM'AHY UTII, 1809,
at U o'clock p. m.
All that certain niece nnd parcel of land sit
nate In thetowtshlp of Mifflin, County of Col
umbla, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bound,
ed and dlscrlbed as follows, towlt: Bounded
on thn north by Second street, on tho east by lot
No. lafl.on the south by Third street, and on the
west by lot now or formerly owned by Mary
Gcarhnrt, being slxty-slx fort In width and two
hundred feet In depth and being numbered
and designated upon tho general plan of the
village of Minilnvlllo as Lot 12T, whereon are
erectod a
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE
and other outbuildings.
Seized tnken In execution at the suit of Cos
mopolltnn Building & Loan Association vs.
Abram R. Fedder and Ellzaboth Fedder, and to
be sold as the property of Abram It. Fedder and
Elizabeth Fedder
W. W. BLACK, Sheriff.
Harman. Attorney. 12-SK-lt
SHERIFFS SALE.
By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, Issued
out of the Court of Common Pleas of Columbia
County, Pennsylvania, and to me directed,
there will bo exposed to public sale, at tho
Court House, In Bloomsburg, on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1899,
at at two o'clock p. 111., all that certain messu
age tenement and tract of land, situate, lying
and belug, In the Town of Hl iomsburg. Penn
sylvania, bounded and described as follows, to
wit: Northwardly bj Seventh street, of said
town, esstwardlyby Catharine street, south
wardly by an alley, westerly by lot of John P.
Jones. The said lots having a fronton Catha
rine street of forty feet each and extending In
depth sixty feet. The one adjoining Seventh
street having erected thereon a two-story ,
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE,
the other beln? a vacant lot. The said proper
ties being lately the property nf J. 1). Shaffer,
and by himself and wifo conveyed to said Cum
mlngs. Seized, taken In execution, at the suit of An
glo American saving and Loan Association vs.
William B. ciimtnlngs, and to be gold as the
property of v imam a. cummlngs
BLI'KINUHAM,
Attorney.
W. W. BLACK,
SIIEH1KP.
PUBLIC SALE.
OF VALUABLE
Real Estate.
By virtue of an order of the Court of Common
Pleas of Columbia County the real estate of
Reuben J. Kester, situate In the township of
Greenwood, county aforesaid, will be exposed
to public sale by the undersigned on the prem
ises on
THURSDAY, JAN. 19th, 1899,
at S o'clock p. m. Two plcceg or parcels of land
bounded and described as follows to wit:
No. 1. Bounded by lands of Alfred Hoacock,
S. A. Bangs, I. D. Patton, E. Welllver, Ellis Dorr
Virgil Bobbins and others. Containing 19 acres
and 130 perches of land, upon which are erected
a full and complete Bet of
FARM BUILDINGS,
together with all necessary Improvements to
make It a most desirable home.
No. 2. Bounded by Hands of Qeorgo Heacock,
Wesley Morris, WlUUra Coi, Michael Kance,
Wm. E. Ueacock and others. Containing
THIRTY-SIX (36) ACRES
and 18 perches, strict measure more or less.
Tikms ok Sai.i: J0O0 of the purchase money
to remain secured In the promises by bond and
mortgage with Interest payable annually, and
principal upon death of Mary Ann Kester. The
balance payable as follows: 10 per cent, of H
upon striking down of the property, !4 less 10
per cent, upon the continuation of the sale, and
balance In one year thereat ter with Interest
from date of conflrmrtlon. Aaron Kkstbh,
12-2U ts. Committee of Kkuhkn J. Kkstkr.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.
KSTATB OP J. M. O. RANCK, LATB OP SCOTT TWP.
COLUMBIA COUNT V, PA.. PKCKASSD.
In the matter of the first and second partial
accounts of Charles W. Dawson, executor of J,
M. C. Kanck, deceased.
The U' derslgned audllsr, appointed by the
Orphans' court of Columbia County, Penna., to
pass upon exceptions, make distribution and
report, will sit, for the purposes of his appoint
ment, at his oftlce, room No. 4. Lockard build
ing, corner of Main and Centre streets, in the
Town of Bloomsburg, Pa., on Monday, January
and, ipum. at 10 o'clock a. 111., when and where all
parties Interested may appear and present their
claims against said estate, or be debarred from
a share of the same. W. H. MAtilLL, Auditor.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.
KSTATI OP MATTHIAS OINOI.XH, I. ATI OP CATA
WISSA TOWNSHIP, IIKCKASKII.
The undersigned Auditor, appointed by the
Orphans' Court of Columbia county, Pa., to
make distribution of balance In hands of Philip
Sldler, executor of the estate of .Matthias tin
gles, late of Catawlss.1 township, deceased, will
meet the parties Interested, at his oillce, In
Bloomsburg, Pa., on Friday, January 20, 18W9, at
10 o'clock a m., when and where ull parties In
terested will attend, or be forever debarred
from any share of said fund. H. V. ZAKlt,
1-sta Auditor.
EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE.
KSTATI OP WM. II. BNYDBR, I.ATI OP BLOOMg
BURU, PA., UKCKASKU.
Notice Is horeby given that letters testa
mentary In above estate have been granted to
the undersigned, and all persons Indebted to
Bald estate are requested to make payment,
and those having claims, or demands, to pre
seut the same without delay.
SARAH M. SNYDER, Executrix.
Bloomsburg, Pa., Deo. IS. lt-us. 6t
. ANNUAL MEETING.
The annual meeting of the members of the
Columbia county Agricultural, Horticultural
and Mechanical Association, for the election of
ofllcers.wlll be held In the Court House, Blooms
burg, Pa., on Saturday, January 21, ism. at two
o'clock p. m. A. N. YOST, Sec'y.
SUBSCRIBE FOR
THE
OLUMBIAN
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.
KSTATI OP IIKI.II.AII BARTON, l,AT OP M.OOMS
BUKII, IIKCkASP.ll.
The tinderslirned Auditor, appointed by tho
Orphans' ourt of Columbia ( (unity, Pa., to dis
tribute balance In the hands of accountant, will
sit. at the oillce of Ikeler & Ikeler, In Hlooms-
burg. Pa., on Wednesday. Jan IN, iH'.iw at 10
o'clock a. m , to ntiend lo the duties of his ap
pointment, when aim where nil parties inter
ested In said estate must, appear, or be forever
debarred from coming In on snld fund.
12-22 la. FHAN'K IKELER, Auditor.
WIDOW'S APPRAISEMENTS.
The following Widow's Appraisements will bo
presented to the Orphnns' Court, of I'oliimb'a
County on the first Monday of February lsvo
and confirmed nisi, and unless except Ions are
filed within four days thereafter, will be con
firmed absolute.
Estate of Ezeklel Brink Into of Sugarloaf
township, Personalty fiio 2V Realty
Estate of Wm. II. Snyder late of Bloomsburg.
Realty HW,oa
W. H. nENRIE, Clerk of O. C.
-PROFESSIONAL CARDSJO
N. U. FUNK,
ATTOBJfrr-AT-LAW,
Mrs. Enf s Building, Court HoaM AJWf,
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
A. L. FRITZ,
ATTOHNIY-AT-LAW,
Fast Offic Building, and floor,
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
C. W. MILLER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Wirt's Building, 2a4 flow,
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
John 0. phbiz. john 0. habmah
FREEZE & HARMAN,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
Offices: Centre St., first door below Opera noose
GEO. E. ELWELL,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Columbian Building, and fioox,
BLOOMSBURG. P.d.
WM. H MAGILL,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
Office in Lockard's building,
Comer Main and Centre Sts.
W. II. SNYDER,
ATTORNKY- 4T-LAW,
Office 2nd floor Mrs. Ents building,
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
A. N. YOST,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Wirt Building, Court House Square.
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
H. A. McKILLIP.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Columbian Building, and Floor.
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
RALPH R. JOHN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Hartman Building, Market Square,
Bloomsburg, Pa.
IKELER & IKELER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office back of Farmers' National Bank.
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
R. RUSH ZARR,
Attorniy-At-Law.
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
Office in Clark's Block, corner of 2nd and
Centre Streets, l-la-'c
W. A. EVERT,
Attorney-At-Law.
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
(Omce over Alexander A Co. Wirt building.
G. M. QUICK,
ATTORNLV-AT-LAW,
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
Office over First National Bank.
JOHN 11 CLAJUC,
1TIXRJOT-AT-LAW AJTOfOBl
THX PZACH,
Moyer Baa. BaaUa, ami Mm
BLOOMSKIJSQ, A.
J. IL MAIZE,
ATTORNCT-AX-LAW,
UALISZATS
Office in Lockard's Building.
MiOOMSBTTRG, FA.
B. FRANK ZARR,
Clark'l BoUdlag, cor. Mail us
BLOOMSBURG, Pa,
Can be ooamUod ia
W. H.RHAWN,
ATTOKaTY-AI-LAa,
Office, csc oer of ThM ai
CATAWLSSA, PA.
EDWARD J. FLYNN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CENTRALIA, PA.
twortlce Llddloot building, Locust avenue.
J. HOWARD PATTERSON,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Rooms 4 and 5. Peacock bldg.
Telephone 1463. BLOOMSBURG, PA
J. S. JOHN, M. I).,
PHYSICIAN AND SL'RGEON.
Office and residence, 410 Main St.,
3.70-!'.' II OOMfM'M , PA
Hi;NHV XV. C'ltAMIM.IN,M,ll.
HI lt;l.O!H.
GENF.RAL Sl'RGKRY, SURGKRY OF
THF. EYE, EAR, NOSE AN1
THROAT.
Over Farmer's National Lank, Blooms
burg, Pa. Il-io 98.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DI8IAHI8 OF tllll.lJMK
H. BIERMAN, M. D.
HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND 8UH810H
brrici hours: Office A Residence, 4th St.,
Until! a.m.,
1 to 8 and T to 8 r. x. BLOOMSBURG, PA
DR. ANDREW GRAYDON,
physician and surgeon,
Bloomsburg, Pa.
Office and residence In Prof. Waller's House.
MARKET STREET
TELEPHONE.
Dr. F. W. REDEKER,
Pin SICIAN AND SURGEON,
omne and Kesldcnce, centre St., between ttu
and 8th Sts.
Diseases of the etr, nose and throat a specialty
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
8 to 10 a.m.
orrtca hours
to 8 n. m.
to 8 p. m.
J. J. BROWN, M. D.,
Market Street. Bloomsburg, Pa,
THE EYE A SPECIALTY.
Eyes treated, tested, fitted with glawet
and Artificial Eyes supplied.
Hours 10 to 4. Telephone Connection
DR. M. J. HESS,
DENTISTRY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Crown and bridge work
A
SPECIALTY,
Corner Main and Centre Streets,
BLOOMSBURG, PA
Dr. W. H. HOUSE,
SURGEON DENTIST,
Office, Barton's tulldlng, Main below Marke
Bloomsburg, Pa.
AH styles of work done in a superior manner,
and all work warranted as represented.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIW,
by the use of Gas, and free of charge wkei
artificial teeth are inserted.
WTo be open all hours during the day.
DR. C. S. VAN HORN,
DENTIST.
Office corner of East and Main street. oo
posite Town Hall.
Office hours 8:30 to 12 a. m j to 5 p. m.
. BLOOMSBURG, PA.
C WATSON McKELVY,
FIRE INSURANCE AGENT.
(Successor to B. F. Hartman
Represents twelve of the strongest Comma
es in the world, among which ares vuu,""
CASH TOTAL SCBTXCi
Franklin of Phlla. . 40oT i
Penn a. Phils 400,oo 8.85,180 i,5H
Queen, Of N. Y.. 600,000 8,5S8,15 l'j&?M
West Chester, N.Y. soo.oeo 1,758,807 Jt
N. America, Phlla. 8,000,000 0,780,669 a,M4,tl
OrFIOI IN I. W. MCKlLVT'i STOBl.
WLosses promptly adjusted and paid.
M. P. LUTZ & SON,
(SUCCESSORS TO FREA8 BROWS)
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
AGENTS AND BROKERS.
O
N. W. Corner Main and Centre. Street,
Bloomsburg, Pa.
o
Represent Seventeen as good Compu
ies as there are in the World and all
losses promptly adjusted and paid
at their Office.
CHRISTIAN F. KNArP,
FIRC INSURANCE,
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
Home, of N. Y. j Merchants of Newark,
N. J.j Clinton, N. Y.j Peoples', N.Y.j Read
ing, Pa ; German American Ins. Co., New
York; Greenwich Insurance Co., New Vorki
Jersey City Fire Ins. Co., Jersey City, N. J.
7 hese old corporations are well seasoatad
by age and fire tested, and have never t
had a loss settled by any court of law. TMi
assets are all invested in solid securities, and
liable to the hazard of fire only.
Losses promptly and honestly adjusted ea
paid as soon as determined, by Christian .
Knapp, Special Agent and Adjuster, Blooaat
burg, Pa.
The people of Columbia county shoald
patronize the agency where losses, if any,
are settled and paid by one of their owe
citizens.
CITY HOTEL,
W. A. Hartzel, Prop.
No. 121 West Main Btreet,
WLarce and convenient sample rooms, bat
rooms, hot nnd cold water, and modern con
yeniences. Bar stocked with best wine and
liquors. First-class livery attached.
EXCHANGE HOTEL,
G. Snyder, Proprietor,
(Opposite the Court House''
BLOOMSBURO, PA.
Large and convenient sample rooms. Bath
rooms hot and cold water, and all mmlrja
conveniences
. PARKER'S
CtMuw ud bMiiilrua lb, hah.
PruuutM k lmurl.nl mith.
Mevr Tails to 11 m tor Oray
Cuim teftlp dim, k nil, IftlliiA
ic,nd SI it l)mmlil

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