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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BL00MSBU11G, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
IIiiikIilmI-i nml tlioimml of men who
voted for Gnrfloltl lit tlio lulo election nro
now nsliamcil of tlio net. Driven to It
under stress of jiolitlcal persecution, or
jiroinlsefl of fnvor,or coerced by still moro
dlsyracofnl means, tlio sober second
thought would now induco them to vote
for llnncock. Those who have read
carofully the account of tho Inaugural
proceedings, must bo convinced, that ol
tnoio who went lately, ilisintcrcsleu to
Wnsh!ngton,thoso wo mean who did not
go to procuro an office for themselves or
niiotlirr. went Ihnvn snlelv lo tmv their
Brevet Minor General Emory Upton resnects to General Hancock. Wnsliititr-
eommitted suirido on Monday night by (on be'intr in tho denai tmciit of which ho
(hooting himself through tho head. Tho js connnander, it was known that ho
jusioi was HvnigraMn.-u in ni iiiimis wuuu would do ouiciauy present, nun mo peo
thcy found him dead in his bed in the i,le went to hco him. In woof of this
IIo was staying at Presidio, Wo givo extracts from the reports of va-
J. jr. BITIENBBNDEB, Ealte"
Vriday. Mnvoli 1R. 1881.
nous correspondents, who were writ
ini? the facts, not ns ii.irllsans. but ns
AV. A. M. Gricr, of Ilnzlcton, this chroniclers of tho time.
ptate, who voted for Garfield at Chicago T1)0 atcat sonsltlon ot tu, m ln th0 Btrceta
llist, last mid Itll IhO time, mill Who IS was tho extraordinary crowd that cathcrod at tlio
called tho "original Garllcld man," wants mitimoro and rotomac dcp.t to rect General ltan-
to bo assistant postmaster general, and cock. " wm expected by tlio limited train from
5t is said tint ho is backed bv Cimcron Now Yotk whlcU tt"lvcs Ucr0 at ,our 'clocl: ln 1,10
it is sam ui.h, no is imihiu uy v,.iiiiliuii. A..pnnnn .w rn.vil .,. . r,,,,u,n form in
Tlie Dcniocratio minoritv in tho next Btrect was nilcdnnd tho expectant, cnthualastto
Jlouso will bo under skilltul leadership, hero-worshipers welled upintol'snnsyivaniaatcn
Their best men will bo those who havo uow r03atllocarllDCsnndln,ronto,JloNftlIonal
had tho vnlno of Con-ri cssioinl ovner "otol cxtcndlns up tlio avenuo to Bovcntn street,
pa tno -niuo oi vongiessioiMi txpti 1Vom nrtCcn to twenty thousand people wero cntli-
leucu inKcrvicu in u iii.'iiurity ami minor priv, ,wnn ,, 0f humanity so denso as to
ity. Mr. Kaudall returns to the iloor, block nil travel tor a time savo on tho Btrectcar
llolman and Hewitt aro regained to tho tracks, iwhicuwcro kept clear only by dintofhard
membership, and with Morrison, of llli work on tho part ot the police. Tho number of la-
iiois ; Jtandolph Tucker, ot Virginia
Cox, of New York ; Carlisle, of Ken
tucky j McLane, of Maryland t Bragg,
ol Wisconsin , anil other trained par
liamentarians to oppose tho leaderlcss
Bcpublicans, their slender majority will
no ot very slight nilvantnge.
dies ln tho lmmcnso gathering was rcmnrkablo.
Homo ot thorn stood thcro lour hours, merely to
c itch a gllmpso ot tho famous General, rcrbaps no
crowd ever waited moro patiently i.nd pcrsl3tonsly
to soo a man who had been detcntcd for tho rreM
dency and who had nothlDg wherewith toroward
them tor their consideration.
HANCOCK'S ROCSINO WELCOME
There. It is now half-past 7. Uven as 1 write these
linos I hear tho guns; I lioir tho roar of voices well
ing up tho street; I seo tho Hash otnre-worksonly
a square away, and 1 know tho "old man has come."
Since Peter tho Great died in 1725 no
less than tlvo of his successors have been
put out of the way by violence. In 1727 stopping out upon my office balcony I seo a denso
Peter II, his grandson, was deposed and throng ofexcitod people surjin? to and f ro and nil-
f. . ,' 1VI .i Ins thnbroid nvenuo and overuowlng;tho walks,
auerwanis Kllieil. lan i, a j,iaiiii TUdlIlrl.t 0, the nro-works betrays tho presenco
nephow of Peter, was proclaimed emperor 0f carriages in m very centro otthis howling mob
when an infant in 1710, but ho was im- In front is an escort of tho National nines, their
mured in a duweon fur eighteen years black Bhikos whito with tho failing snow; b;hind,a
niw l( vnlinl i iliinrr itnv nt I'nfrr rpiiMiei
(luring ms captivity, no was muruereu B0 ioud th0 clamor , uarJly ,,car u,0 marching
in 1701 lest hu might provo a dangerous band which precedes tho corwgo. They aro oppo-
1'ival to tllC aiUUltlOll Ot (JainarillO It. Ill Bite now, ana i Know wuauuai crowa nna emmor
1702. Peter III, drunken Peter, husband "eans,
of Catharine, was deposed and died mys- "Tako out the horses!" is tho shout. The crowd
ter'ionslv sooinfler but h'u'death is be- strugglo and tight forplaco and clasp hold ot the
teiiousij soon auu, out nn-i eatn is ue , 3 TJia raounted poiico nght and struggle to
lioved to have been no mystery to his w.rrt th n-
'-ii n i i ,i r i "
iiiiniioiu spousu. vyiii.y x .mi, mo buh ui ..Tak00ut the horses and glvo us a chancel" Hut
vainnnne, was iounu ueaa in ms cnaui- tuo military mnvo steadily on. The coachman In
bcr in 170G,tho victim of a conspiracy of his white oilcloth gives his team tho curb. Tho
tho palace. .Last in this list in a govern- snow tans in wuuo onus against mo carnaKu hiu
..,.,.. r ,i.,(:t,. ii,iln,i i, n.l.;,. I dow. behind which Is the faintly defined figure,
. t tt.i i f I TUO moo 01 enuiusiasia amx-p lpj jitii-uicn wnu
tiou is Alexander II. tho crandson of .Vv . i.,, , ,v hnn,.i-,
Paul. It is truly a dynasty of blood and isnut my window, knowing now tor certain that
tho "old man" had come, wen, hunureas ot men
had waited In the Btrcet nil tneso hours, and thoy
must bo pardoned It they yearned for a llttlo physic-
When Hancock reached his quarters at Worm.
lev's an tmmonso crowd gathered ln front of tho ho
tel. filling tbo street for holt a Bquaro each way,
Tho clamor was bo great that as soon as the Qcncral
could get rid of his wrapj ho camo out on the bal
cony, llo was saluted by doafcnlng cheers, Tho
General was then introduced uy Governor a, j,
Creswcllnnd made n short speech, In which ho
thank"d the assembly for their expression ot es
teem and apologized tor causing them to bo out on
such a night as this, llo was frequonuy interrupted
with applause, and at the cioso tuo crowa secmea
wild with oxcltemcnt. Alter me uenerai uaa re
turned to his parlors he received a good many per
sonal friends, most ot them being army oniccrs,
Times Dupctch March 3rd,
All Emperor's End.
tup. czAit oi' nusstA. at
London, March 13. llcutcr's dispatch
from at l'ctershurg says : As tho em
pcror was returning lrom a parado in
tho Michel mcnago with tho Grand
Duko Michehabout two o'clock Sunday
afternoon, in a closed carriago escorted
by eight Cossacks, tho carriage was at
tacked opposito tlio imperial stables.
The first bomb fell near tho carriage de-
Blroymg tho back part ot it. xlio czar
and his brother alighted uninjured. Tlio
assassin on being seized by a colonel of
poiico drew a revolver but ivas prevent
cd from firing it. Tho second bomb was
then thrown by another person and fell
closo to the czars leet. Its explosion shat
tered both his legs. Tho czar fell, cry
ing for help. Colonel Dorjibky, though
lumsclr much injured, raised the empe
ror, who was convoyed to the winter
palace, in Colonel Dorjobky's sleigh,
whero lie died tnisatternoon. two per
sons were concerned in the crime, one of
them was seized immediately. The ex
plosion also killed ati officer and two
Cossacks. Manv policemen and others
wero injured. A largo crowd assembled
boloro tho palace, but wero kept away mo(lost Hnnd plclns t0 see. it
by a troop of Cossacks. The impeiial bearing of a private gentleman towi
family wero assembled at tlie death bed
Amonir tho inaugural proceedings on
tlio -Hli in tno nenato tJiiarauer, wo una
Tho Senators were early ln their Beats assigned
on the left, looklm
as btlff and uncomfoitable as
country merchants ln holiday clothes. The cyno3-
lire of all eyes was the burlyfirm otnoner.u nan
cock In full uniform, no occupied a front seat upon
a leather-covered bcttce, beside ono of his staff.
When ho entered the chamber he was boisterously
applauded, with a universal clapping of bauds and
shouts of enthulasm. Tho solemn uecorum ot me
Senate chamber nover before saw such a wild and
ncull.ir demonstratljn. The senators crowded
araund him, llepuoucnns anu uemocrais unite, i-utu
pressing forward to take tho "old man" by the nana
Ills reception ot these flattering attentions was
was witn mo
ards his friends,
Tho personal attention to Hancock naa scarcely
Tho council of state was immediately ceasod.whcn General ri-.U. Sheridan c ntere ( from
f-nnveiied All nliees of nublio resorL Uw norUl loVb wltWQ a ,ew ,ect 01 0enEral IIlm"
COIlencd. iUI piacts OI pUUUO ltSOH 0,ck.anai mmedlatel y Joined him. Thero was on-
Woiliingtoii, I). 0. March 15, 1SS1-
cock, and Immediately Joined
other round ot applause, though ot a less D0istcrou3
naturo Uian before. Tho two dlstlngulsUsd aoncr
als Bhook hands ln a hearty manner, Sherldin la
moving his military cloak. It wa3 remarked hiw
nearly allko these men look, both being of tho saino
build and facial fullness. Sheridan had tho appear
ance oi a sooond and smaller edition ot Hincock.
Olivo Logan, by no means a fiieudly
Tho Republicans now have coutrol of
tho Presidency and will have control of
both Senate and House. Iho Senato observer, writes on March fith:
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h'"-'s i t r"" , i ".t"ul."' What a coup do theatre when Hancock tramped
iuanoiie, oi t iiyniia. iiut 111 in, with gold lace voluminously employed and ma.
formed I think no ono is yet ot tho tor generals' buttons all over him. With a grace In.
price which is to be paid by Kepubll- Imltable conkimg arose, the very first to grasp tho
caus for Senator Mahono's vote in organ band ot the defeatoi candidato and to welcome him
r. . t , i.i ., .... to the Senata halls of dazzling light. They formed
wing uiu owning x ..... .u,MJ aplcturo.lcan MU you, the great Senator and the
whether or not his action will piecipitato Maj0r 0eDOrai of tho forces, erst tho Presidential
an extra session, a series of cougression- candidate, standing hand grasped in liand, la tho
al investigations in tho South, and a re- widopasagowayieadingtothe'piaker,sdesK,and
turn (o tho bavonet nolicv of Grant: but verily, such applause I havo hardly heard slnco my
10 V , , 'v, . "7 r ''lul' "ut ,wt ,,4tu nlJfMi senators and Itepresentatlvcs,
I cannot help fearing that, unless Pre- Dem0CMU ll(.pUbucans.aii joined in the tribute
fildentj uarneiu snail very luimy si.iiiu nancock was escorted to ono of tho hugo, com.
bv tho nriucinles enunciated in his inau- fortab'.o. leMher.covi-red arm-chairs placed thero
trural. wn shall havo a reopening of tho tor this exceptional occasion In a scml-clrclo around
SmithPrn miostion and a condition of tUo speaker s desk
tliinrs in iiolitics as discrcditablo and These are a few of the spontaneous
danticrous as any that occurred between testimonials which the day and tho timo
1805 and 1370. Thero is good reason cvokcn irom tne pcopio lowanis uiu gai
for belioving, however, that Garfield lant soldier and the honest man. lo
wards linn wno nan no ouices to give
no honors to bestow, no rewards to ten
nrRPiluwil from the oath of dutv. der.tho hearts and wishes and eyes of tl
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ThoJlotiso will beyond doubt bo Jto people turned, Jivery wuuiu uueeini
nublican in its organization, xso one
ciuestions- that now. It is not thought,
though, thntjmy extra session will bo
Tho President in renominating Stan
lion. Simon Cameron celebrated Ida
2d birthday in lli.vana, Cuba, on tlio
8th instant. Tho freedom of tho Island
was extended to him by tho Captain
r .. 1 I -.1
vtuiienii aim uu was ouicnviso uisuii-
giushed with markn ot respect lie vis
ed .Moro (Jastle in tho morning nud re
ceived his friends in the afternoon, In
io cvcnlinr a dinner was irivcn in his
lonor, and during tho bnutiuet ho was
presented with a diamond ring.
It soenia to havo been determined in
tho councils of Governor lloyt that Su
perintendent Wicliorsliani must go, Mr.
Wickcrsluini has been superintendent ot
tho Common Schools of Pennsylvania
ever since tlio administration of Gover
nor Curtin, and in tho opinion of a great
many people it is about timo that thcro
should bo a rotation in office in this case,
if only to discover whether another Su
perintendent can bo ioiind. iNocoin-
ilalnt is made in regard to tlio manner
which bupcrinlcndout Vickcrsliam
has conducted his olllcc. During his
service ho has disbursed vast sums of
money, nuditing his own accounts, but
the integtity of his financial manage
ment has never been called in question.
llio clnet u not tho only ground lor
Superintendent Wickersham's removal
is political. It is well known that for
number ol years ho has not been in
larmony with tho Kopubliean machine.
lie has persuaded himself that his emi
nent party services entitled him to higher
eward than that or clnel school-master
of tho State.an opinion of his own merits
in which the ring managers did not con
cur, in isi he was a candidate lor
Governor, and failing to receive a nomi
nation no went abroad to study Iho man
ner in which tho young idea is taught to
shoot in Germany and other foreign lands.
In tlio recent contest lor United States
Senator his sympathies wero with tho in
dependents, nud though he tried to pur
sue such a course as would not involve
the loss of his position, his zeal some
times got tho better of his discretion.
Political circulars ludalory of AVickcr-
Bham have been issued in which uovcr-
nor Noyt, his official chief, is denounced
as a tool ot tho machine. It was not sup
posed that Mr. AYlckeishain would de
sire to remain any longer in such an ad
ministration, and accordingly a success
or has been looked for.
Some timo ago there was a rumor that
the lion. .1. A.M. Passniorc, ot bchuvl
kill county, was to bo tho successor of
Dr. Wickd'sham but tho relations be
tween life insurance and common school
management wero not perceived. It is
now understood that the new Superin
tendent of common schools is to be J)r.
Iligbee, of Mercersburg College, who is
regarded as veiy competent to till the
position. But whoever he may be the
Legislature should uo longer delay in
(unending tho law so as to hold tho Su
perintendent of Public Instruction to a
more strict accountability in thedisburse.
ment of tho finances that come into his
hands Under existing law his accounts
arc not subject to the scrutiny of tho
auditing department. lie disburses more
man twenty six per eont. or the entire
expenditure of the Treasury, and for this
disbursement he is held to no otijciai ac
countability. The next Superintendent
may not be as scrupulous as Dr. Wicker
sham or there may not be as much con
fidence in his integrity,and therefore the
laws should bo amended so that his ac
counts be subject to the supervision of
the Auditor General's department.
will bo at Cowman's mill tn ilrlarcrook township,
on Satunlay, tho second dty ol April, issl. A atono
nrch bridge to bo repaired over Iirlarcreck near How
man's mul, one now stono pier, two now stone arch
es, and wing walls to bo repaired.
A. 11. llltHHINIl.
commissioners' omco, county commissioners.
Dioomsourg. rn,, .Mtircn io, si.
Attest: J. li. oissr, clerk. march 19-sw
X3TATX or JOSlril K. 8iND3,DICEA8KD,
tjGltcrsof admlnUtratlon on thrt mlAtiinf .Tnrmh
H. Mimlsiiato of Mt. 1'leasaut township, Columbia
countr, deceased, havu been granted ! tho Itegls
terof said county to the undersigned administrator.
All persons having claims against thoentato of said
decu'lent nro requested to present them for settle
ment nud thoso Indebted to make narmont to;tuo
u.tuu.siguiu nuu.i.u&i.iuiur wiuiuui uvmjr,
vrlirt Upnton Rrlia.il lllstrlnf. hftrelu trlvpfl notion
that nil outstanding sch )ol ordars of tuo said Dis
trict will bo paid uetween tho nrst nnd llilecnth
daja of July, nil, at Uinton. All persons laving
oracrs will present thorn nt that tlmu or bo forever
debirred from payment of tho samo.
isy orucrui mo iioani,
JOHN J. .MclIKNIlV.
11. T. SMttii, President.
secretary. inarcn ii-om
KSTATK UV fKAHKLlN UKKVKLInU, A LUNATIC.
Tlio undersigned auditor appointed by tho Court
of Common rims of Columbia co. to make distribu
tion of the balance In the hands of Samuel crevcllng,
Commlttco of said luDatla as per lilsnccountcon
Ilrmcd, to nnd among the parties entitled thereto,
w 111 sit at bis onice In Uloomsburg on t'rlday.thu 1 Jtu
day ot April, lsil, to perform tho duties of Ills ap
pointment, when nail whero all persons having
claims against said estate will appear nnd provo
the samu or bo debarred from any share thereof.
li. II, H I I MS,
march is iw Auditor.
SHERIFFS SALE .
For County Superintendent,
T. B. MILLER.
N EW ADVERTISEMENTS
TOIICE IN PARHTION'
ESTATE OK WILLIAU KC1C1INE1I, PECElbEI).
Whereas, by a writ of partlUon Issued out of tho
Orphans' court of ColumbUi county to me directed,
tested th3 third day of .March, A. D 1831. 1 am com.
inanded by an inquest ot six mn to i;iake partition
otaceitiln messuaL-o nnd trretcfland sUuntn In
.Miiuin lowrihtiip in saiu county, oonnaea on me
norm dy mo ausi ueiianna liver anti on mo souui
by Unas of otorro l etter, containlmr about forty.
seven acres ot tho estate of William KeMiner, into
of tho township and county ufniesald, deceased, to
anu amonir mo ne:r aaaiepii represeniaiives or
iho said d cedent, n such manner nnd In such pro
portions ai uy uiu iaw oi mis vomraonweaim is ai
rected, It tho same can be done without nreludlco to
orspoUlai: the whole, but If such pailltlonoannot
bo male or tno said premises c mnot be divided Into
sinresor purparts or eauaivaiua then to anDm se
the same or tho several shares or purparts lsto
winch tno sime may uo uitiucu oy tne saia inciuest.
anu matte icmin io ti.u uu eouri. ou mu iirs& jiou
day of .May next:
Now, I hereby pivo nolljo to nllhelra andlegil
recretentiitlvcs of William Kelchner, .docejiseii,
abovo nanied. And to all ptrisons interested 1q the
Durtltton cf l is said real estate, that an Innuest will
be held for tho partition or valuation of land above
menuoucu upon me premises in jinuin townsuip on
Saturday, the oth day ct April, isi, pursuant to tho
said writ and order of Court and between tho liouis
of ten o'clock ln the forenoon and threo o'clock ln
the afternoon of that uav. '
The following aro heirs nnd persons Interested ln
nit i-hi a v ti aaiu uni, ttwuiuter, uect'ueu, naineiy;
I.John Kclehncr. a Lrothercf decedenii II. Jm.ob
Kflclir.cr, a'b.-oilier ci decedent; ill, thlldrenand
crandchtl'lren of (leorjo Kelohner, deceased who
was a brother of decedent, to wit: 1. ElUibeth, In
tcinuri led with John ileal hart; S.Mary, Intermar
ried with Samuel (lenrhart: 8. Uobtcca, lutermnr
rled lth Uetri;3 Fetter; 4. Children of Callinrlnc,
(a daughter of said (leorgo Kclchoer, deceased) who
was lutermariled with Drchr, but nowao-
ceased, to-wlt: JInttlda, Intermarried with Edward
Fisher, and Clara Drehr, unmarried, 5. Children of
I.villa, (a daughter ofs ild (leorao Kelchner, deceas
ed), who wss intermarried wltn William Ash, but
iiiiw muu.ocu,unii! ui izu nail iiim , iiiiuu. .-leu;
it r of decedent, w ho was Intermarried with Charles
Kredrlol, but now dooeaned, tn-witi 1. a.llyAnn,
.nierinarneu wim Amos Loie; v. .Maria, intermar
rled with I'hllln Wlnterstcen: n. chiirlotte.lntermar
marrlea Willi Ira limes; 4 Hophla.lutermurrledwllli
Ata Howard: s. Lydla Intcrmirrlen with Charles
llrown; 6. t'hlldren'cf Mury,(a diuifhter otsald Jlrs.
uiiiiiuriiie i-reariei) wno was inierinarrieu wun in
ram II. Drown, (who yet sunlves), but now deceas-
to-ulti Mary Catbarno, lntcrmnnei with John
llnnnen AU'rustusUrbwn nnu Aaron Drowni 7. Dan
lei l-'redrlcl; s. halali FrcUrlcl, and StU, Jovial) Krtd
II. n. KNT,
Sheriff of Columbia county,
Sheriff's orrice, Uloomsburs,
March II, lfbl,4w
. I l uimim iiWWii. , ' 1 1
crowds met him thousauds of men ant
women stood for hours in the storm to
welcome his arrival grave and digni
fied senators crowded around him and
tholatoYico President himself, having
ley Matthews for u place on tho Supremo adjourned tho senate without day,
court benclu was doubtless liilluenced seeuing tuo piace oi minor, mai:eiiiuy
'I'cntlv by tho fact that tho same noun
nation had been made by his predeces
sor and not acted on bv tho Senate. To
. . .
nominate another iierson lor tho place,
under tho circumstances, was not to bo
expected of so good natured a man ns
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(pillteil Ills OIIICIUI eiiiur iiiiu luuft. i. BL-.ii.
between Generals Hancock and Sheri
dan. Such tributes at such times and in
such places havo a significance beyopd
a mero formal tender of respect. They
President Garfield, though ho might 80v that deep in tho honest heart is re
havo preferred some ono else than btan- H1)COt for tho honest man. 1 hat politic
ley Mathews. Thero is no doubt of con n excess is not a criterion by which tho
Jirmation. m-eat mass of tho people nieasuro men,
Tlio number of oflico seekers horo seem yuc, tributes mean that they will yet he
to bo littlo diminished, but tho President stov iinou their favorite tho highest ad
has earlv learned to bo spanni; of his ditlonal titlo which they can confer, that
timo in granting interviews to these in- 0f Commander-in-Chief and Chief -Mag
satiate people. No man could long jsUate. X.
stand the physical pressure ol liitermiii
.1.1. ! fl.-..!n.nn 111 tlu-itm mid In tin. tin.
f4i.:. u tun tn niin Own of t ho Lackawanna miMnbcrn of
..ni,n. i..d.nna .WiBinim ilm Lei'islaturo has jntroducca a
in inuumerablo cases thm. brought for an which proniujM, uuuer i.-u.m.i:r.,iii
instant before one. ig ol taxes of voters by po itic a coin
ArL-mmnn hn kunt hero a rivn ol tho iniliees. mm mis .n.i.u . i.v.,,.,.
Cardiir giant. It is a .mall rival-a sort ed o a whbi.u m, . ;. u s
the one intro
ulk for iiupecu
io money over
any peoplo who over lived on earlli. It to sucii jicrsous, mm w.ey u..,.. B ......
waH found, but how long it had been pay their taxes with it in i peisou I J, is
U'lHllll III! III1IV I.
of ii.iviii to loA'ui yorK uoiiiun imt
it is an object of interest. It may bo but would such a bill ns
.... i..r... .J .. ....i.tuir.1-!,, it nmv I iliif.e.l renllv do more than
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i... n uxfiii.tm-Pil mUhio. If n L'enulno in- Uwinot(its operandi.'
r.... ' 1 ... .1... l.iMlnrv rif ilu lint tlll'IIDaV tHXCB 111 ll
j:illU lllllll'l. IU BWHU HIV ,n..j " I V ,
! ,1 .....1.1., na !j (l,-il ,f I TIIOIM VOtCl'S. bllt lllllld ll
.1 I ,1.,,,'f .m... ii iiml iiini' leet. mi. WOll tl HO omy ll vii.iuk" i..i-u."
dcr ro uiitl, at u .laeo calle.l IC.tieka ..rineiple It wpuld be precisely ho same
Hm iS, in Arkansas, nml is brought Tax collectors and U'ceivers would scarce.
I.e. ' Xy Dr. Honfraw. All of scientijio ly bo expectl to ask partiw paying their
Vlhi.igtm. is examining it, ..ml is so InscH how tl.ey came
f.r nuzzled over it, Vroi. I In w, perhaps used. whe her they had earned it m
S mZ$ .my, sny iU not whether it was give,, to the..,. There
trincd bodAut AW 5tf Stt
llOL IIX 11 IlIlAieill I lUl.u .1. H.I- . .
Htoue. but ho uoch
little for thVfAVoik.
fernil to would not ftccomplum
fSTSo other lino runsThrco Throuch fas-
siiiKcr jiiiuis iiiuiy uciwccn ciucngo, lies
Moines, uoiiucu uiiiirs, umnhn. Lincoln. St,
.Inscnh. AtcliUoii. Tonekn nnd Kansas Cltr.
Direct connections for nil point In Knnsns.
Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, No-
vniia, fiuw Mexico, Aruona, luano.urcfouaua
Tho Shortest, Speediest nnd Most Comforta
tilo ltnuto vlallannllml lo l'ort Scott, Denlson,
l)-)!.l?, Houston, Austin. Ban Antonio, Calves-
ion nnu an poinu in Texas.
Tho uncounted liidiiccinent pfferpij (ivlhls
Lino to Travelers nnd TourUts. are lis liillons)
Tbo colcbratcd rullnian (Hl-whecll 1'alacu
Hlcpnln? Cars, run nnlv on thli Line. C. II. k
O. I'aiiico Prawlng-ltoom Cam. with Morton's
llccllnlnjClinlis. No tirn clinrito for Peats.
In itet'llnincr Clmlra. Tho fimimii (!.. II. Si I).
I'nlaro lilnlnir Cars, (lorgoous Smnklntr Cars
fitted with Klci-aiit IllKh-Il.uki-il Ilattan llo-
voivmn inairsior u.o cxuuiivo uo ui ursi
fti't-l Tradt and Superior Equipment, com
Mncd with their Great Throium Car Arianiro
ifitr.ti makes ihl,nbovo sllntlicrs, lliufuvorlta
Ilputo la thtj eu,ittii 6outU-1V est, nnd thu Fur
Try It, nnd you will find IraVclius n luxury
Thri'iiyii Tickets via this Celebrated I.lno
for mlo nt all ollli.es lit tno l. lilted ttaits and
AH Inforraatlon nbont Hates of Fare, Sleep.
Iinr Car Acrniiiinodjlloiis, Time Tables, &c.,
win in- chtcriuiiy ill veil py applying to
J. O. A. linANTOLll'l K.lllcin Ao-lint.
Hud Wiishiiiirtim ht., jlustiui, Mats,
uut.ui. nru.uwuxil.uw . ir
J A MILS ll. WOOD. (leu. lus. Aut..L'htCuro.
T, J, t'O'iTKll, Oco, Mtuiajcr, CUivaeo.
lly vlrtuo ot sundry writs Issued out of tho
Court ot Common I'leas ot Columbia county and
to mo directed, will bo exposed to public salo at tho
Court Ilouso In Uloomsburg, at s p. m. on
SATURDAY, MAKOII 19, 1831.
All that certain mcssuno nnd tract ot land sit
uate ln tho township of llrtarcrcek bounded Vy thu
lands of Georgo Dower on tho cast, by tho heirs of
Stephen Adams and ToMas Smith Mi tho. north, by
tho heirs of John Mastcller, deceased, and others on
the south, and by lands of heirs of (leorge Evans
west, whereon Is erected a frame grist mill, a brick
store and dwelling and two dwelling houses nnd oth
cr buildings, containing sixty acres more or less.
Seized taken ln execution at the suit ot James
W. Ilnyman, administrator ot retcr Dayman, do1
erased ngalnst (leorgo Uelford,and to bo sold as tho
rropetty of (leorgo llelford.
Knohu & WiNTKiisTEES, Attorneys Al. Lov, I'n
AH that certain piece ot land ln Catawlssa beginning
at the southwest corner ot land of C. It. Funston and
third street and running thence southwestwardly
along said third street to other lands ot tho grant
ees hero to 21 feet, thenco by the samo southwest
wardly scventy-flvo feet moro or less, to a lot of
William John, thenco by the samo northwestwardly
twenty-one feet to a lot ot C. 11. Funston, thenco by
the snmo northwestwardly sevcnty.Qvo feet to tho
place of beginning. On which are erected a two
story framo dwelling houso and outbuildings.
Seized taken Into execution nt tho suit of I. John
4: Son s assigned to Douglas Hughes vs. Almlra A
Barnes and c. It. Barnes with notice to M. M. Iirobst
tcrro tenant and to bo sold as tho property ot Almlra
Barnes and c. It. names.
IIuawn, Attorney. Lev. Fa.
Tract no. 1. All that certain messaugo tene
ment and tract ot land situate ln Mlfilln township,
Columbia county and Htato of Pennsylvania, boun.
ded and described as follows, to-wlt : Beginning at
n gum, thenco by a mountain south clghty-sovcn
degrees, cast ono hundred and forty-four and nlno
tenths perches to a stone, thenco north forty-tlvo
degrees east ono hundrod and thirty-one perches to
a whlto oak, thence north Blxty-two degrees.west
one hundred and nineteen perches to a post, thenco
south nfty-ilvo degrees west forty perches ton
stone, thenco by land of south six degrees cast
6lxty-llvo perches to a stono, thenco south forty-
nino degrees.west ono hundred and fourteen peroh
os to the placo of beginning, adjoining lands of Pe
ter Michael on tho cast, Abraham nnd Horaco
Schwcppenulscr on tho west, south and north, con
taining 83 acres and alio ances moro or less whereon
aro erected two (2) two-story framo dwelling houses,
a two-story and a half framo grist or Hour mill, a
framo barn; a framo wagon shed, and other out
Tract No. S All that certain tract of unimproved
lantl (being woodland), sltuato nnd li login Beaver
township nnd Minim township county aforesaid,
bounded and described as follows, to-wlt: Begin
ning nt a chestnut Inline ot land of JocobNuss,a
corner ot Jonaihan Nungesser, thenco by land ot
George spall and, others south clglity-ono and ono.
lotntu degrees wo.t slxty-nlno and nvo-tenths perch
es to u chestnut oak, thenco by lands late of Law
rence Waiters and Creasy south elghty-thrco de-
rocs west thirty nlno and six-tenths perches ton
pine, thsnco by lands late of Creasy north eighty-
eight degrees, west twenty-six and one-tenth
perches to a stono in lino of land of Jeromlali ximm
eii;vui, tlienoo by rame and Nucgesscr south four
tceu and threo-fourth degrees cut two hundred and
n1n'3ty-ntneandt'.vo-tcnth3 perches to an oak and
stone, thence by lands surre) cd In a warrant to An
drew Clark north sjventy-ono and three-fourth3 do
grcis,east ono hundred nnd fifty-four and live-tenths
Fcrches to a stono heap, thence hy lacdj of Swank
anil 'Nuss noyth nlnet&en and one-fourth degrees
west two hundred and seventy nnd six-tenths perch
es to tho placj ot biglnnlng.contnlnlng two hundred
and llfty-threo acres and rif ty-sfx perches.
Tract No. 3 All that certain other tract of unim
proved land being wood land, and adjoining tract
No. 2 sltuato In Mlfllln townhlp aforesaid, hounded
and described as fnUqwai liealnnlnt at a stone,
formerly O.H Mki thence by land of George Nunges
scr north sevonty dogioos oast ninety porchos to a
chestnut corner, thenco north sixty-two degrees.
oast tlireo and seven-tenths perch03 to a stone cor
ner, thence by land ot Hanry stornor south twenty
ono degrees east thlrty-slx anj nvo tenths perchos
to a chestnut corner, thenco by same north 70 and
U degrees cast thirty-seven lurches to a Btono hcapi
thenco south 7u degrees west eighty-two perches to
a stone corner, thenco north tlilrty.fonr degrocs
Vt esf two butdred and 9-1 perches tu a stone cor
ncr, formerly an oaic to the phco of beginning, con
taining two hundred and clcvoii acres and ono Inn
drad and thirty-four perches.
Seized, taken ln execution nt thn Riitf. nr .T. V
VI ihler ngalnbt (leorgo Nungcaser nnd to bo sold ns
iuu pruperij- ui vieorgo i-iungesjer.
ltiiAw.y, Atl'y. vend. Ex
All that certain tract of land sltuato In Brlarcrcek
township, Columbia county, and stole of I'ennsylva
nla and bounded and described as follows, to-wlt :
Beginning at a stono In lino of land ct John Tost,
thenco north elghty-ono and aimirter degrees cast
forty-blxanda fourth perches tun stone to land of
Jonas Wright, thenco by tho samo and S, Stiles
south thirteen degi et and twenty minutes cast two
hundred and forty-nlno and three-lourlh perches to
land of David Shaiter.thcnco by .he samo forty-eight
degrees nnd tllly mlnutoj west llilrty.ntno perches
to Samuel bluer, thenco by iho btrnio norlh flltoon
degie;snnd fifty minutes west two bundled and
seventy-two perches to tho pl.ico ot beginning, con
talnlng sixty-two acres and seventy-eight perches
and allowances be tin samo moro or less, ou which
are erected a two story framo dwclilug house, barn
All that other certain tract or plcco ot land sltuato
ln Brlarcrcek township, Columbia county and state
ot Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows,
to-wlt; Adjoining lands of Jonas Wright on tho
north slxty-soven cast slxty-ono (o a post, thenco
nirth eleven snd a half west thirty-seven to a stono
adjoining land of William Walp, thenco south forty
eight and a halt west sixty-eight and six-tenths to
a yellowplno adjoining land of aoorgo Bower south
eight east fourteen and sivcn-tcnths, containing
nlno acres and ono hundred and tlvo perches.
Seized, taken In execution at the butt of Joseph
Lamon against Wllllar.i Wulp and to be sold as the
Linus, Attorneys, Al. Tier! Facias.
All that certain lot or p'ece of land sltuato In Or.
angevllle, Columbia county, and stato ot rcnnsyl
vunla, and described as follows, to-wlt; Bounded
on the north by lot of William Kleckenstlno, on tho
east by lot of Isaiah Conner's estate, on the south
by lot of li, k, Sloan and on the west by tuo pubiio
road leading from Orangevlllo to Uloomsburg, said
lot being titty feet more or less tn front and about
ono hundred lectin depth, ou which aro erected a
two Htory framo dwelling houso and out-bulldlngs,
Seized, taken In execution at tho suit of tho
Uloomsburg Mutual sating Kimd Association
against Abraham Coleman uud tu bo sold as ll.u
propel ly oi Auruuain iwinuu,
Wiiit, Attorney, Vend Kx,
AH that certain lot and loco of ground sltuato In
siabtown, Locust townbhlp, Columbia county, 1'enn
sjlvanla, adJMnlng lands of Jacob Veager on tho
cast, lioarlngcreek on tlu south and public roads on
ucith nud west, on which Is erected a two story
iramo dwelling house.
Seized, taken In execution at the suit of Charles
Kriigsgalnst William llelwlg nud to bo sold tlio
property oi mutant ueiwu.
UttEK, Attorney. Levari Facias.
All Uiat certain piece or tract o land situate In
Benton township, la the county of Columbia, bound
cd and desmlbcd as follows, to-wlt i oa the Inorth
by land of Thomas Selgfrled, on tho out hy Uud of
Alexander if rimer, on tho south by loud ot WUIlum
A. colomnn and J, n, Dlldlno and on tho west by a
publloroad, containing- nvo acres, moro or less,
wheroon aro erected a two slory framo dwelling
houso nnd a blacksmith shop.
Seized, takonln execution at tho suit of tho Ben
ton Mutual Saving Fund and Loan Association
against Jeremiah Stiles nnd to bo sold ns tho prop
erty ot Jeremiah stiles.
Littlb, Attornoy, Al. Vend. Kx.
All that certain mcssuatro tenement or tract of
land sltuato In Montour townshlp,;columbla county
nnd stato of FonnsylvanU nnd boundod nnd do
sctlbod asfollowg, to-wlt; Beginning ut ft point on
mo western snoro of tho river Suso.uehanna, nt low
water mark, on tho north stdo of tlio river brldgo at
Catawlssa and running from thenco northwest
wardly a straight courso twenty ticrcbos (moro or
l.'ss) to tho middle nnd contro of tho canal brldgo
icnuing over tno north branch canal on thopubllo
road leading from (leorgo Wants' to Catawlssa,
thenco down tho aforesaid canal south ntty degrees
west six and nlno tenths perches to ft point tn said
canal, thenco diverging from sid canal north forty
four degrees, west ten nnd tlirco-tonths perches to
tho corner of fenco on tho cast Bldo of tho publlo road
leading down tho nforcsnld river to tho borough of
Danville, thenco bysald public rond south sixty
threo and a quarter degrees wost soventy perches
to a point In said road, thenco by tho namo south
eighty and n quarter degrees west sixty perchos to
a point In lino of land formerly of 1'hlllp Foust (now
itlshel) thenco by said lino north ono and ft half do
degrees, oast soventy-ono and slx-tcntlis perches,
thenco by tho samo north slxty-soven und ft half
degrees west six and soven-tcnths perches, thenco
by thn snmo north seven degrees west soventy nnd
ntno-tcnths perches to a post, thenco by land of
said Ooorgo 1I.W1U1U south seventy-eight and
thrco-quarter degrees cast nlnety-thrco and a half
perches to n, hickory, thenco by tho Bamo south
clghty-nlno nnd ft quarter degrees cost tltlrty-nvo
and n half perches to n post, thenco by tho samo
north eighty-two nnd a half degrees cost ntty-slx
porches (moro or lcs3)to a low water marlc on Iho
western shoro ot tho river Susquehanna aforesaid
and from thenco down tho western shoro of tho riv
er alorcsald, Its various courses nnd distances ono
hundred nnd thlrty-nvo porches (moro or less) la Uio
place of beginning, containing ono hundred acres
neat measure, bo tho samo moro or less, on which
nro erected a two-story brick dwelling house, a two
story framo dwelling house, ft largo bank bam and
All that Certain lot and parcel of land sltuato In
Iho' township of Montour aforesaid, bounded and
described as follows, to-wlt; Beginning at a point
in tho "Wyoming Canal, n corner of land recently
conveyed by tho parties ot tho flrst rart to said John
bharplcss and running from thenco by tho bsuio
norUi forty-four degrees west ten and thrce-tedths
perches to a post at tho south sldo ot tho public road
leading to Danvllle.thcnco down the said road south
slxty-thtco and a quarter degrees west Ave and
three-tenths perches to ft corner of land recently
conveyed by t In parties of tho nrst part to Duponts,
thenco by tho same south thlrty-threo nnd a half de
grees cast twelvo perches to tho mlddlo of tho afore
said canal, thenco up the middle of Bald canal north
ntty degrees, cast six nnd eight-tenths perches
to tlio placo ot beginning, containing sixty-four
perches, bo tho samo moro or less, on which aro
erected a two-story grocery storo.
Seized, taken ln execution at tho suit of L. II.
Couoier against Georgo ll. Shnrpless and to bo sold
as tho Ufa estate of uoorgo U. Sharploss ln Bald
Abbott ASiiirii, Attorneys. vend. Ex.
Sheriff's office, Feb. 23th.
U. II. KNT,
nLOO.1I POOR DISTRICT
From January 13th, 1SS0 to January loth, 1SS1.
W.M. KKAMElt, Treasurer for District to April 1st,
To cash received from Bloom dupU-
CatOlSID , 4
To cash received from Scott dupli
cate 1SJ9 ... DTI 87
To cash received froinGrccnwosd du
plicate 18IS 13 no
To cash received from Greenwood du-
pucuio 151U 370 00
0 cash received from Sugarloaf du
plicate. 1SI n.i nn
To cash received from CattAu-isA.i nun
To cash received from products of
larm 13 ct
By orders redeemed of tS'9
" commission on samo
amount paid J. K. Grotz now
J01INK. QHOT55 Treasurer for District from April
lot- ICtntn .Tnnnnrir inMi '
To cash received of W. Kramer (lato
Treasurer) n 31
To cash received from Bloom duplt-
iulv .oil cam ui
To cash received from Greenwood
duplicate 1S70 .125 62
To cash recilvcd from Scott dupll.
catolSTK 40 jo
To cash received irom Sugarloaf du-
rllcate, 1879 13s 27
To cash received from Greenwood
dup lcatn iS7
To cash'rccelvcd from Bloom dupll
pllcnto 'S-o ..,.
To cash received from Scott dupli
To cash received from Gi'cenwnnrt rlu.
plicate 16S0 r.57 11
-io cisn reoeiveu irom t-tigarioar clu-
0 c ish received of County Treasurer
To cash received from products ot
I'inu in us
b.14 O S
By orders redeemed of is;ii ms 7
By Interest p ld 011 Krug order 30 ik)
Hy orders redeemed of lsso uis iw
By commission ou
By bankstnapji 90
Bybahmce In Treasureis hands Jan.
mm .33. 133 cs
uireuiun 01 me i oor in nccount with tho Bloom
. uur iiiiu lut
To amount ot outstanding orders Jan
lUth !M1 1230 40
To amount received by Kramer seo
Treasurers account 13:0 37
To amount received by orotz seo
'Prpnmtrra nwtir.t .0,0 i.
To amount Bloom UuDlltito'Viisc!''.""'' itii k7
To amount Greenwood duplicate "so got 87
. J .....WM..V .'VUlt. uunvuiU 1-C-M ......... a.
To amount Sumrlcmt dimlir-ntn iwri n
To amount balance on Greenwood
uupucuio liS..... 301 43
Kramer 17,1 11
By tutstniidlng ordi-rs redeemed,
uruiz 513 77
By amount duo on Bloom duplicate
"so, lebs exonerations and com 1133 w
By amount due on Greenwood dupli
cate 'so loss exonerations com. 110 2J
By amount due ou Scott duplicate 'to
109s exonerations and commission C02 38
By amount duoou Suga'loat dupll
iiuiu ou .uaa uxunuruiions com. i-ii 3J
By amount duo ou Greenwood dupll.
uaiu ,a .u&a UAUUL-runous a. com. 11114 43
lly amount exon. andlcoin. on Green
wood duplicate lb;n ci a
By amount exonerated nnd com. on
Scott dupltcato lbl9 , C2 SO
By amount exonerations and com. on
Suirnrloar dupltcato 1M ss 63
By amount exonerations and com. on
Bloom duplicate 187U ... 102 ot
Lato directors paid ns follows, viz ;
i.iuusiaKiugu.ioivcrtouioltu&n 0 03
BrockwaV& Kin ell attornevn 111 111
a. bnyder repairing pump 3 fo
.umu ieiv , 32 72
ltush township 111:, 14
ei uii attorney ico in wolverton
care 23 00
llcpubltcun and UtUmblaii publish
ing stntcment lsi so CO
Auditors for Jan. 13th lei n mi
Tom Ileece balance on Treasurer 23 m
Mcunuu oubuiur 3.17 Ml
Older ol relict 1515
Woodward constable 10 00
Moycr Bros. Drugs and medicines..,.. 73 03
bundry jierbous lor coal 30 42
" " " mcrchandlso Mi ut
Treasurers commission yo 21
r.ew uirecuim ijamtu luuons, u t
tax for 1879 117a
Tax tor ltsao 03 im
liuimine wakii-nousu ana repairs ..... lai 41
ltobUon attorney ' 10 110
cofllns - 4a ini
Interest on Krug oracrs tu 00
DluteubacU for brooms s 23
lir's. McKelvy and Iteeber is im
Making duplicates iu 00
Vandcrsllce publlbhlug btatementol
Uiu is 00
ordeis of relief out
state Hospital Fox and Hughes bs:i 13
Mato Hospital for Uphralni Kbner 4135
Tickets tor tramps ts
Insurance 33 23
Buckalow Bros, for taking Bennct to
1'ot Houso 1 60
Mlxwell, Btoves fi 1 33 sj
bundrb s for Mra. Kahlcr, secured by
Judgment si 72
I 8. kuiiu, beef for I'oor Housa,. . . u su
Taking C. KurU to fccuuylkill poor
lluuse is 03
Order removal from 1', Kvans to lien
ton 2 00
sundry persons for coal 107 1 j
" drugu and medicines 2141
" merchandise 704 33
(JuallfJlng directors 73
Uepalr and smith work, Light Street 13 33
11,11. hue, merchandlto bill 2299
GfW, CieMilng " " 10 cu
T. W.duntou cabbago planU i 60
Knt Bro. balance on old Mil m
stewards salary Apill 1 'so to January
ltd 491 60
Directors salary , ll s 00
so retary s salary , do 110
Trcaburir'i commission .009
Treasurer bank stamps...., vo
Balance In treas. hands Jan, loth, 'el 139 M
Total tsoi si
rurstunt to an act of assembly passod and appro
ved A. D. Ikitiby which It Is made Incumbent cm
coumy Auditors et ths several couutbs of mis
Commonwealth ln which there Is a poor Unuso
ciectou 10 seine, auait. auuaujust mo accounts of
the several 0 ccrs thereof.
That o tho under.lgned l udltora did meet nttho
P, or House of the bloom Poor district and examin
ed ttiirnccouutBot the dlrcctus from January Ulli
ISjU to January lothis!, and vouchers for the Wiiio
ununnu mvmvuirevt luwuwiu augve.
WILLIAM L.IMNNINU I
SPRING- SEASON OF 1881.
irMiA WlBMUDtGrl & (CLOT HEm
Atinotinco to tlicir many Columbia county friends that tlio sluing stock in each of tlio tlihiy-llirco (
incuts of their establishment, aggregating a value of nt least
ONE MILLION DOLLARS,
Is now ready for inspection.
' To givo only a partial list of tlio now nnd novel things on exhibition would occupy this cntiro paper, so wo
must content ourselves by mentioning a few items in Silks and Dress Hoods that nro especially nppropiiato to
For tho coming season wo havo spared
neither pains nor expense to secitro a stock
of silks which will surpass nil ever before
shown in l'hiladelphia.
In stripes, checks nnd bars,
From 37 lo 75 cents per yard.
In stripes nnd checks, with cheviot nnd
changeable elTccts; tho best qualities made,
$1.00 to Sl.Sfi.
In new colors Heliotrope, Olivo Green and
CO to 80 cents.
All-Silk Black Brocades,
In novel designs. A favorite has a treat
ment of pinks and morning glories. Thoso
goods aro in great variety,
81.00 to S3.00.
23-Inch All-Silk Brocade,
In bronze, myrtle, olive green, grenat, navy
blue, inarron, nnd liLACIv, ,
Ono dollar per yard.
All-Silk Satin Brocades,
In all colors and black,
One dollar per yard.
All-Silk Heavy Gro Grain Damas,
An extra quality,
81.2.) per yard.
All-Silk Brocade, Satin Grounds,
at Si. 35 per yard.
Thcso will give the best satisfaction in
wear of any Figured Silks made. Would
bo considered cheap at 82.00.
Our American Black Silk,
' at 81.00 per yard,
will givo perfect satisfaction in wear.
A Bellon Black Silk,
fullp 22 inches wide,
at $1.1 1 per yard.
A BELLON BLACK SILK,
fully 2 1 inches wide,
at 81.21 per yard.
Everything new nnd novel that will u p
pear this season nt tho Kuropenn Fashion
Centres, will bo found in duplicate on our
counters. A visit to this department is nb
solutely necessary for every lady who do
sires to see a complete collection of Foreign
Novelties in dress fnbrics.
The following illustrative) list embraces
but n small portion of tho new stock :
Shepherd's Plaid", ! 1 inches . wide, with
fancy satin side bands, 81-50 per yard.
All-Wool Cheviots, 44 inclics wide, nt
81.25 per yard.
Illuminated lloigc, 44 inches wide, with
sido bands, nt 81.25 per yard.
i I'einbraudt Checks, 4 I inches wide, with
side bands, at 81-50 porynrd.
Cashmero I Maids, new combination of
bright colorings, 44 inches wide, at 81.25
All-Wool French IMaids, in new light
color combinations, 41 inches vide,at8l-25
Fancy Novelty Stripes, silk and wool, 44
inches wide, nt yi.50 per yard.
English Checks and IMaids, in now com
binations, nt31c. per yard.
Tricot Ucige, 44 inches wide, illuminated
colorings, nt 81.00 and 1.25 per yard.
Illuminated lieige Foule, 44 inches wide,
at i .ic. and to sji.oo per yard.
Ueigc Foule, 44 inches wide, at 75c
Solid Colored Foule, 44 inches wide, iu
light and dark colors, nt 81-00 per yard.
wc havo everything manufactured in both
PLAIN AND LACE
and in single and in double widths, at prices
from 23c. to 81.10 per yard.
Lace Hunting?, three quarters wide, 25c.
Laco Huntings, six quarters wide, at 50c.
per yard. Uoth of the abovo aro in three
All-Wool Lace Hunting, at 37c. for
single width and 75c. for doublo width.
Also iu three styles.
3 -1 Silk Finished British IMaids at 50c.
Gorstcr Cloths, 31 inches wide, beautiful
French colors, at 50c. per yard.
Chevron Melanges, 3 1 inches wide, extra
quality and especially adapted for wear, at
37c. per yard.
3 4 Extra Heavy Sorgo Melanges at 25c.
British Checks and Plaids, in itvo styles,
at 31c. per yard.
3-1 All-Wool Cashnicro Beiges at 31c.pcr
3 -1 Wool Check Suitings al 25c. per yard.
0-4 Wool-F aco Momic Cloths, in spring
colors, at 25c. per yard.
3-1 Wool-Face Cashnicro Beiges, in gray
and brown shades, at 18c. per yard.
3-4 Wool Faco Cashmeres at 1 5c. per
During the past few weeks tho machines in our Mail Order Department havo been kept running night and
day, putting up samples of Spring Goods, so that wo havo now on hand a suflicicnt supply to fill all requests.
A specimen number of the JOUMAL OF TILE HOUSEHOLD, (the organ of the Mail Order Department,) mailed
free to all who send their addross.
STKAWBRTOOE & CJLOTIIIJER,
MARKET STREET TO FILBERT. li V. COR. EIGHTH STREET,
OUTSIDE I1EI.IEP SETTLED TO AI'IIIL 1st 1BS0.
By lato directors to sundry persona C4 S3
" ior cuiuns H -.a uu
" for LI7Z10 Wolverton
CJbO 136 14
OUT SIDE ItEI.lEP SETTLED TO JAN. 10tll 131
By now directors for Carollno Dennis
lly new directors for Hannah Johnson
lly now directors for Lnvlla J. iteeecr
uy now directors ior wm. i3wis
Uy now directors f.-r Petr siiankilnff
" " " n.inli-1 Immld..
" " " Joseph Slay
shroud nnd cnnln 14 83
lly now directors for .Mrs. JacoO VlsU-
it, euui 4
By new directors for Boyd Bowman
ebroudandconin 21 SS
By now dlrectorsor Mrs. aeo. (iraul
tuai a io
By now director for Mrs. Kaluer se
cured on Judgment C7.72
By new directors for Wm. SI. Hopper
of seott 2 oo
By now directors forJoun Sillier of
Scott 14 CO
By new dliectors for Stato Hospital
.ur ruj. uuu pinii ..UK.ica -.o. ,v
By new directors for tickets for
VALUE OF HEAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PJtOP-
EllTV BELONGING TO SAID I'OOI! DI3THICT.
Farm and bulldlnss with mprovo-
mcnts inauo in isv wi' in
Catlmrlno Lomr rroDcrty too m
Judgment on Dennis property 100 uo
Airs, nauier iu cuver
tbo cxnoiiso ST 71
Balance on Bloom dupltcato less ex
onerations and commission lltt 19
Balance on urcenwood dupllcato loss
exonerations and commission,... no 24
Balance on Scott duplicate less exon
erations anu commission c.2 is
Balanco on Mi'arlont dupllcato. lets
exonerations and commission.... 112 39
Balanco on (iroenwood dupllcato for
'U less ex. nnd com 301 43
14 acres wheat In ground w 1 12 no
2 " ryoln Bi'ound oj to la on
Wheat, ri p. oats. com. una nolatoos G!t no
Cuubafro kraut, vinegar, butter uud
circKens iuo u
ro'k, beef, eois, nnd plm 101 w
Onions, beans, hay, bevts and clover
beea.MPMO' nnni. nutter and et'--) 10 20
Furniture In btcwurd houso 123 no
poor house vi. 011
Farm Implements , coo mi
Wash houso nid repairs In in 1:11 41
Balanco lu'l'ioasurcr's hauda 132 cs
Ordcis outstanding Jan tot h 'nl 12.111 41
ii.ii.uicu in tavor ot uuarict lium is
CURE GUARANTEED25 CENTS BY USING
DR.METTAUR'S HEADACHE PILLS euro meet wonderfully In a
very idiortttmo both SICK and NERVOUS HEADACHE; and.nhllo
acting oa tho nervous pjftera, relievo DYSPEPSIA In Us uonsilormn, cloaiia
ing tho system of excess of bile, producing a regular healthy action of tho bowels.
Afullslzoboxofthoso ValUQbto PILLS, with full di
rections for a complete, euro, mailed to any audma on receipt of ,
nlno 3-cont Postauo Stamps. For nalo by all Druggists.
GET THE BEST.
2:1 bushels of wheat '.'01 00
vnl " " outs mi 40
iT3s 11 corn cars 34 50
3 137 sheaves ot corn fodder ills
2iu bushels cfputiitocs si ai
tl-3 heads ct cniib.iRo 42 23
4154rounasefp.il; U'i vi
423 poundicf beef 25 !H
4 bushel! of bee Is 2 110
3 bushels ut onions 0 00
2 bushels of beans ., , 2 no
15 ton of liny 2 0 no
14 acres of wheat In ground 112 on
2 acres nl no In fiuund 12 no
3 bushels of cloer teed 1210
11 barrels ol elder u co
12 bushels of winter apples 4 hi
25 gallons c f applcbutler 12 mi
1 calf raised 10 no
12 cnickenx 2s 00
43J pnuiids ot butter FO (VI
s.( uua-u 01 ckk , ai tu
IMtOloUS 1,4 50
5 ptS 5 (HI
li 1112 SS
Number ot paupers remaining last ro
Number of paupers admitted during
thu i'iir 'hi M 11
Number cf paupers removed .
" " " died.'."..".""
Number of pauneis remalnlDt; Jan,
lutu 'ol 10
Of the abovo expensos thero wont to tho Poor
liouso for merchandise, smith work, repairs .or
farm implements Ac , , ... zntt
For coal ..., .. 74 2i
LEGAL nLANKS OP ALL KJNDS
ON UAND AT TaB OOLUMUIAN OTIUH
Tn Iho lnnnufacturo of Organs ia resulting in tho production ami Eal
of cheap goods, made from inferior materials. I refer particularly to
bogus Organs that aro continually springing into existence without
any merit.whatever, except to ho ofi'ercd cheap, and then when purchas
ed found to bo dear at any price. Will you not then, reader,
If you Contemplate Buying an Organ
consider it your only safeguard to select an instrument bearing thjo
names of first class, wholly responsible makers. A good assortment of
styles of tho celebrated Estey Organs can now be seen at tlio now rooms
of tho Only Authorized Agent foi tho Estey Organs in
Columbia County, A guarantee for five years from tho manu
facturers accompanies every Estey Organ,
J. SELTZER, Agent.
Juwu BloomsbSrg, km.