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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUM 5IA COUNTY, PA.
?.' I" BITTEHBiiNDEn, Edllcr'
Friday, Sopt. 1), 18H1.
THE l'KESIDENT'S CONDITION.
Tho cxccsslvo 1ip.it nnd ioisotious mi
nt Washington, exorcised such a dcVil!
liUing inlluciiw upon tho wounded Pres
ident, thai it wns determined to rcinovo
liinj to Long Brnnuh. At an early hour
on Tuesday morning an express wagon
was driven to tho Whho llouso nnd in
this tho President was laid and convoyed
to tho railroad statiot:. Tho Pennsylvania
It. It. company had provided tho hand
some pahteo car formerly used hy Col.
Scotland to this ho was safely transferred
and placed upon a spring bed. At pro
cisely half past six o'clock tho train, con
sisting of an engine, baggage car and
three special palace cars started, on its
journey. Tho President boro tho mov
ing very well, in fact his pulso decreased
after leaving tho White House. The
journey was safely accomplished and at
nine minutes past one o'clock tho train
rollea into hong I stanch. From Wash
ington to lhltimoru tho train ran at an
averagu speed of about thirty miles an
hour. After tins tho speed was increas
ed, as it was found that there was no
nioro vibration to tho bed than when
running moio slowly. At every station
along tho road throngs of spectators
stood with uncovered heads eagerly and
earnestly watching the car in which the
President lay. A temporary track had
been laid at. Long 1'raiu'h to the cottage
winch the Presidential party was to oo
cupy, and thu wounded man was carried
from tho car to tho bedroom which
hud been prepared for him. After
his arrival tho President complained
of fatigue and his ptdso roso to
121, but ho soon rallied, slept soundly
and tho fever caused by tho excitement
of travelling materially abated. On
Wednesday morning his pulso had do
creased to 100, and ho seemed to be bet
ter in every way. Tho windows of tho
room iti which ho lies look out upon the
ocean not more than 100 feet away, and
the cool salt breezes keep the tempera
ture at a comfortable height. It is
hoped and believed that the tracine; sea
air will have a most invigorating effect,
and tho developments of tho noxt few
hours nro awaited with tho greatest anx
iety. There can bo no doubt that in the
debilitating atmosphere of Washington,
tho President was slowly sinking, and
that his life could not have been many
days prolonged. Ho boro tho fatigues
ot tho journey even better than his phy
sicians anticipated and they declared
that ho had actually improved whilo on
the way. He is jjreatlv emaciated and
his face is thin and haggard. His oyes
however, are briirht and evidently tako
note of all that transpires. A detach
ment ot lsattery A. l'irst Artillery will
compose the military guard around the
The Boston TrimscrijU sarcastically
remarks that "it is a little curious, come
to think of it, that all tho best surgeons
in tho country aro now editing New
V ork papers.
Tho Press waxes impatient at tho de
lay in prosecuting tho delinquent county
ollicers in Lycoming, and asks "who s
afraid up there in Lycoming county 1
Y tiy not cage ttio Uouuty Commission
crs at once, and bo done with it."
It is stated that, for tho first time, the
three Stato prisons paid their current ex
penses (liirmtr the past three months.
This is, if true, a most delcctablo condi
tion of affairs aud will bo duly appre
ciated by tax-payers.
Why is it that tho Democratic Stand
ing Committoo do not meet and elect a
Chairman 1 No meeting has yet beon
hold, in accordauco with that ruio of the
party which provides for tho election of
a Uhairmau by the members ot tho com
Nothing has been heard of tho Star
route investigation for somo timo, tho
shooting of tho President having been
tho main topic of inte.-est, but wo aro
assured that the work of hunting down
tho thieves still continues. If any of
these plunderers find their way into jail
it will he a genuine surpriso aud a cause
of much rejoicing.
Tho Republicans of Schuylkill county
aro having a regular circus, with thu
liveliest kind of a programme Tho
party is split in two and each faction has
held a convention and nominated a full
et of county ollicers. Tho "independent"
faction, on Monday, adopted a resolution
recommending tho delegates to tho con
vention of 1882 to secure tho nomination
of Charles S. Wolfe for governor.
Tho Heading It. It. Company's affairs
are in a bad a stato as ever, owing to
tho fact that tho proposed scheme of
President Bond for tho reorganization of
tho Heading railroad lias been rejected
by tho syndicate of banks relied on to
purchaso tho four per cent, bonds. It
is also stated that largo holders of
tho junior securities of tho Heading rail
road have refused to accept Bond's
scheme, and tho general mortgage hoi
dors aro demanding tho overdue and un
paid interest. Stories of a threatened
foreclosure aro eh diluting. This is
most unfortunate for tho stockholders.
Since .tho adjournment of tho last
Grand Jury in St. Louis on tho 14th ult.,
which left twenty six murder cases on
tho docket, thine havo occurred nino de
liberate, cold blooded murders, three
homicides, and thirty-five cases of as
sault with intent to kill. Tho people of
tho city have, very naturally, become in
diiruant, and ouo of tho leading papers
states very distinctly that if tho ollicers
of tho law do not tako immediate steps
to prevent crimo and punish offenders,
tho lamp posts will bo ornamented with
tho coipjcs of tomo of theso red-handed
inurdeieiH. No other city in tho Union
can show such a deplorable criminal list
and tho wrath and indignation of the citi
zens is not to bo wondered at.
Tho statesman known ns Wood.pulp
Millor, recently ohosoii Senator by somo
of the Now Yi ork legislators, it is now
claimed was not legally elected. Somo
of tho half-breed organs nro growing un
Juippy over tho chance that ho inuy bo
rejected by thu Senate. Tho constitution
juovides that an United States Senator
must DO eiceieu uy u niujuriiy ui mu
members of both Iiousch of tho Statu
legislature. There was not a majority
jj tho senate present wuuu .miner wu
decimal elided. If Miller wero a Dem
ocrat nl! tho organs of tho Kepublioan
paity would ay aloud against tho enor
mity of his king admitted to a seat in
tlio Senoto. Ah U h thov consider It
shocking that oven a doubt ehould bo
tubed against filler's elifjiMIHy,
Tho Bloomsburg Coi.UMniAN insists
that Judge Jero Black "Is now and al
ways has been a Hepubllcnn." J'hiltt
Tho obovo is an absolutely false and
uncalled for item. Tho Columbian of
course-, nover made any such nbstird
statement. What the Times needs is
an exchange editor who can read English
Lieut. Flippor, tho colored officer of
tho army, wnoso adventures at West
Point aro familiar to all readers of news
papers, has been detected in embezzling
some $1700 of government funds.received
by him as Commissary of his regiment
at Kort Davis. The money, which was
in the form of checks, was found on tho
person of Lucv Smith tho colored cook.
Flipper was orrested and placed in tho
guard houso and tho woman sent to jail.
The three colored men sent to West
Point havo turned out badlv j ono failed
to pas examination. Whitlakcr muti
lated himself to gain sympathy and was
court martialed,atid now Clipper is found
to be a thief. If theso aro tho beat spec
imens of tho ''nation's wards," let us
havo no moro West Point cadets of their
JUIKIK MiACK'S LOYAbTY.
In tho Philadelphia Press of last Fri
day, is a very interesting interviow with
Judge Joseph Holt, President Buchan
an's Secretary of Wnr, after Floyd, nnd
subsequently Judge Advocate General
.luring tho war. Judge Holt fully and
conpletely corroborates Judgo Black's
statements and declares that Stanton,
1 Slack and himselt were ot tho same
mind as regards the defending of tho
toits ami protecting ot other property
of tho federal government. Ho further
declares that Mr. Buchanan was thor
oughly loyal though anxious to avoid a
war. Judge Holt, as is well known, was
a Republican and opposed to Judge
Ulack not only politically but personally,
there having been no intercourse between
tho two men subsequent to tho trial of
tho conspirators following tho death of
Lincoln. His corroboration of Judge
Black's allegations will possess great
weight with thoso who wero inclined to
doubt tho accuracy of tho Judge's
words. It was popularly believed that
Judge Holt was dead, so completely had
he retired from public view and his re
appearance at this timo give his state
ments a peculiarly strong effect. It is
very much to bo hoped that tho Press
will publish all this interesting matter in
pamphlet form. There can bo no doubt
that the book would have a large sale.
The Threats at Lynching Guiiean,
Tho American people owe it to them
selves to frown down the foolish and
excitable people who talk about making
our nation's capital 'the theatre for a
disgraceful scene of lawlessness in the
oyes of all mankind. Guitcau, oven
more than Wilkes Booth, bdeauso this
is a time of peace, has weakened our
.1 t r .i i,
people s lauu in mu suuiciency oi mo
safeguards which reason, patriotism, and
respect for tho will of tho majority have
been supposed to throw around the per
son of the Chief Magistrate of this Re
public. It will add to this feeling of
insecurity, aim to uiu sense oi Hiiumu aim
disappointment which mingles with it,
if it is demonstrated that tho govern
ment, tho inherent and uuexcrtcd
strength of which could not prevent the
crimo of Guiteau, cannot by its exerted
strength properly punish him and save
him from murder by a mob. Shall a
pack of fools bo allowed to further dis
graco this great Republio by making its
Capital tho sceno of tho rough justico of
a tribo of savages or a camp of pioneers
boyond the limits of law and tho influ
ences of civilization ? Shall tho wretch
who has sought to murder our President
bo made also tho occasion ot putting this
disgraco upon us 1 Tho thinking, law-
abiding peoplo of America say no, aud
it is time that the expression of their
opinion had begun to silence this talk
about lynching in tho Capital of tho Re
public. Wilmington Iwery Evening.
DEATH OF I1ENDK1CK B. WKIGI1T.
Tho veteran Congressman, Hcndrick
Bradloy Wright, died at his homo in
Wilkes Barro on Friday morning last,
aged 73 years.
Ho was born in Plymouth, Luzerno
(Joimty, l a., on April 24, 1808. llo pur
sued the usual classical and inathemat
ical studies nt Dickinson's College, after
ward Btuditd law, and was admitted to
the bar of Luzerne County on Nov. 8,
1831. During the following ten years
ho dovotcd himself to his profession. In
18-11 ho was elected to the Pennsylvania
Legislaturc,aud was re-elected In 1S42.
Ho was instrumental in securing the
passago of tho stay law of 18-12, and in
connection with Judge Elwell, of Colum
bia, in abolishing the imprisonment of
In 18-13 tho nomination of State Sena
tor was tendered him, but ho declined it,
aud was again elected to the House. Up
on tho opening of tho session he was
chosen Speaker. Ho was a delegate at
largo to tho Democratic National Con
vention which met in Baltimore ill 1844.
In 18.r)2 ho was elected to Congress, aud
was renominated in 1854, but was de
feated by the Hon. II. M. Fuller. In
18G1 ho was nominated by both parties,
and was, of course, elected. After that
ho wrote two works, ono a "Practical
Treatise on Labor," tho other "Historical
Sketches of Plymouth,', his native town,
llo was once moro tho Democratic can
didate for Congressman at largo in 1872,
and, being endorsed by tho Working
men's Convention, run soveral thousand
voles ahead of tho ticket In 1873 ho
was Chairman of tho, Stato Central Con
mittee, and conducted a vigorous cam
paign. Mr. Wright was nominated for
Congress in 1870, in the Luzerno district,
and was elected by 1,450 majority. Re
nominated in 1878, he obtained a majori
ty of 2,191. In 1880 tho Democrats of
his district nominated a straight-out
party candidate and Mr. Wright rati on
tho National ticket, but was overwhelm
His political career ended on tho 4th
of March, this year, and ho retired from
public life after thirteen years of service
in the stato and national legislatures,ein
braced in a period of forty years.
On Apiil 21, 1835, ho was married to
Mury Ann Bradley Robinson, daughter
of John W. Robinson, and grand-daughter
of Col. Zebulon Butler, who com.
manded tho Amerioan forces at tho bat
tle of Wyoming, on July 8, 1778, Mrs.
Wright died on Sept. 8, 1871.
Ho hud suffered for somo months with
dropsy complicated with other diseases.
Col. Wright was ehuritablo and warm
hearted a true friend of tho poor. Ho
had long been an advocate of tlo rights
of thu workingman, aud whilo at times
wrong in his viows, was always siuccre.
Ho will bo mihsed by tho poor of his city
who had for ytais never asked aid of
him in vain. A meeting of tho Luzerno
County bar was held ou Saturday and
resolutions wero adopted expressive of
sorrow at tho death of an old and valued
member. Tho funeral took place on
Monday and tho sorvicos wero conduc
ted by Jit. Itcv. Jlishop Stevens, assiatod
by Rev, II. E-1 lay den.
ANOTHER INDIAN .MAS8A('ltE
Despatches from Kort Grant, Now
Mexico, annouueo tho dismal tidings
that- Gen. Carr's command has been nt
tacked by Whito Mountain Indians nnd
n number of soldiers killed. It was at
first reported that the cntiro command
1 10 soldiers and 7 ollicers had per
ished, but this was subsequently denied.
Tho reservation of theso savages is lo
'catcd about 100 miles north ot Wilcox,
near tho lino of Now Mexico. Tho tribo
numbers about 1,500 lu all. They can
muster about 400 warriors. This is tho
only tribo of Apaches which has not
been whipped into subjection. Thoy
wero moved ill 1870 into tho San Carlos
reservation, but wero recalled nnd re
turned to their old hunting grounds,
where thoy havo been over since.
Tho nttack was commenced by Gen.
Carr's Indian scouts nnd thu news of
tho massacre wero brought on by Indian
runners. An nmplo forco of infantry,
cavalry and artillery has beon scut to
Kort Apache. This fort is 210 miles
from Tucson, by wagon road. Tho
country is mountainous and full of can
yons Biiitnblo for ambushing and sur
prising an enemy. Tho mountains nro
covered witli pi no nnd other timber, and
streams of running water abound. In
fact it is tho best umbered and watered
section of thu territory. There are many
strongholds in tho mountains in which
a mere handful of determined men could
successfully resist the advance of a hun
dred times their number. Tho Apacho
country is settled almost entirely by
Mormons, and it is reported that there
is an understanding between them and
Thcro is grcat excitement nt Tucson
and much indignation is expressed at
tho conduct of Indian Agent Tiffany.
Ho has studiously denied that thero was
any dauger of trouble and repeatedly
asserted that none of thu agency Indians
wero off tho reservation. It is claimed
by thoso well informed that so largo a
body of Indians could not have been ab
sent without tho knowledge of tho agent,
and had ho informed tho military author
ities of tho fact the massacre would
doubtless havo been averted. Tho
Whito Mountain Apaches are tho most
warlike, and have always been consid
ered superior to any other branch of the
numerous subdivisions of the great
Apacho nation. A general outbreak of
tho Apaches is feared and as theso num
ber some 800 warriors tho troublo as
sumes gravo proportions.
Thero seems to bo no good reason to
bcliove that such frightful occurrences
will not tako place from year to year, so
long as Indians exist in the West.
Heretofore it has been urged by friends
of the red men, that tho corruption and
frauds committed by agents had impelled
them to acts of violence. In this in
stance there appears to have been no
causo whatever for tho outbreak, except
tho bloodthirsty and revengeful passions
of tho savages. Tho Indian business
has always been mismanaged by tho
government and probably always will
be. Massacre will follow massacre, un
less indeed tho hardy frontiersmen
should orgauizo in largo numbers and
devote themselves to tho extermination
of Indians wherever found.
This action might do away with tho
Indian Department, but it would save
hundreds of lives and give needed rest
to tho borders.
Williamsport was visited by a severe
storm on Thursday night of last week
and, during its continuance, tho largo
planing mills of Otto & Sons wereBtruck
by lightning and totally destroyed, 84
machines of various hinds, 1500 feet of
lumber, workmen s tools xa wero lost
and the losses aggregate moro than $50,-
000. Nearly a hundred men wero tiirown
out of employment. It has not been de
cided whether the mills will be rebuilt.
No human agency can bo speedily
cleanse, the blood, clear tho complexion
and skin, restore the hair and euro every
species of itching, scaly and scrofulous
humors of the skin, scalp and blood as
tho Uuticura Remedies.
A young man'named William Hughes
was f ountl in a pool ot water near inanton
mines, Wilkes Jiarre, last b nday morn
ing. Ho was thrown from his horse
whilo searching for cattlo in tho night,
and falling into the pool -his head stuck
in tho mud and ho suffocated.
Thousands of ladies have found sud
den relief from all thoir woeB by tho use
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Com
pound, the great remedy for diseases pe
cliar to females. Send to Mrs. Lydia E.
Pinkham, 233 Western Avenue, Lynn,
Mass., for pamphlets.
Tho Washington Hotel, corner Broad
way and Battery Place Now York, built
in 1742 for a residence by British Admiral
Warren, and claimed to bo the oldest
building in the city, has been bought by
Cyrus W. Field who will demoliBh it and
erect an immense now structure.
Mr. Orlando Weathcrbcc, says an ex
change of ours, proprietor "Tho Spencer
Pharmacy," Spencer, Mass., reports: My
customers speak very highly of tho
Great German Remedy, St. Jacob's Oil,
it having always given excellent satis
faction. Ono of them, Mr. Henry Bel
cher, has been greatly benefited by its
use in a caso of severe rheumatism, nnd
ho refers to it in terms of tho highest
Tho scarcity of water in Schuylkill
county has necessitated tho stopping of
work at several collieries. Water has to
to be conveyed to others in wagons. The
immense- forest fires in Pike county have
been extinguished by tho recent heavy
showers. Thero havo been heavy losses
by fire in tho petroleum region near
Olean N. Y. Engine houses, derricks,
timber, oil &o wero destroyed. Tho
woods near Mahanoy City aro on firo
and burning furiously. Tremendous fires
are reported in Erie county in which
barns, houses, hay stacks &o were swept
Doylestown, with a population of less
than three thousand, has eight news
papers, secular and religious.
Mrs. Frauces Hodgson Burnett, tho
clever authoress'of "That Lass o' Lowrio's"
and other good novels, reccutly saved
tho life of a drowning man at Loug
Kilburn J. Chandler, city editor of
tho Ilnrrisburg Patriot, was shot by
Naudaln Hamilton on Friday night last
Hamilton insulted Chaudlcr and provok
ed a quarrel, during which ho fired two
shots, ono of which took effect in
Chandler's left leg. Hamilton was ar
rested and gavo bail in $2800.
Thero wero 20,000 persons present at
tho Grangers picnioiu Williams' Grove,
near Mechanicsburg, last week. Repre
sentatives from this Stato, Virginia,
Maryland, Now York, Now Jersoy and
Delaware were on tho grounds. On
Friday addresses wero delivered by
Messrs. Hensel of thu Lancaster Jntelh
yencer and Smith of tho Philadelphia
Lorenzo Delmonleo, tho renowned
caterer of Now York, died on Saturday
ge4 C8 year, llo Ievw ttlwgo ttU,
Thomas C. Nenl of Chicago, becamo
insane on tho night of September 1st,
nnd rushed into tho Btreet shooting every
ono ho met. Four men were wounded,
two of whom, William Siiringcord, n
watchman, and William Johnson, color
ed, will probably die. Ncal was shot
by an officer nnd captured.
In Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Ohio,
North Carolina nnd Indiana, Tuesday
was observed as a day of prayer for tho
recovery of tho President. In lown,
Massachusetts, Michigan nnd Now Jersoy
Thursday was devoted to tho same pur
pose. The peoplo of Arkansas offered
up prayers for tho President on tho 14th
Tho regular term of Court oponcd on
Monday last, nil Judges ou the boticli.
Auditor's report In estate; of Andro w Sliu
'nmn confirmed nisi.
Keport of salo in estate of Potcr Michael,
Keport of sale In astute of Qoorgn Hoi
lenbsclc, confirmed n;sl.
Petition for review of a road In Green
wood, from Thotnai Wright's to Frlond's
meeting house, filed by leare of Court.
Cjrua Mclleury, Mlclmol Vsnco nnd
Euiandus Unsugst appointed vlowors of a
road in Scott township.
Keport of Oommlsiloncr on contented will
of Unnjamin McHcnry, decoasod, filed.
Auditor's report in estate- of lleiijnmln Sav
ago, confirmed nisi.
Auditor' report in cstato of J. P. Connor,
Keport of viewers of a ro.id in Franklin,
! ;Heturn of salo in cstato of W. Verry (Con
Keport of Commissioners In favor of nn in
dependent school district In Cntnwiasa town
ship, confirmed nisi.
Ou petition, Chas. Billeg and Sol. Strauss
or appointed supervisors of Locust township.
Keturn of partition In ostato of 1). De
mott, confirmed nisi.
Sale of real estate ordered In estate of G.
H. Wells, and bond approved.
Keturn of constables tnkon In open court.
Grand Jurors called nnd sworn, A.' 1'
lleller appointed foreman.
Petition for partition filed in estate of J.
Keturn of sale in estate of Mary Cleaver,
Keturn of partition in estate of John
Kline, confirmed nisi. .
Keturn of partition in estate of Georgo
Urcfce, confirmed nisi.
Kcpoitof rc-vlewers of n road in JIalu and
Denver, in favor of laying out a road, con
The following auditor's reports wero filed
and confirmed nisi: Estate of Jacob Bow
er. Entate of L. Adams. Estate of Lydia
W. Dodion. EstntoofM. Gruber. Estate
of J. B. Dodson. Estate of Joshua Bavage.
J. Bachmau vs. Euhn et. nl. Appeal
E. Shutt aud J, M. Shultz appointed tip
staves. Peter McGraw sworn in as a citizen of tho
Deputation of Chailcs Hartman by con
stable of Hemlock, approved.
Keturn of coroner's inquest on body of S.
Q. Collins filed and approved.
Sale oi real estate ordered in estate of Pe
Writ of partition awarded in estate of John
Keturn of sale in estate of W. Whito,con-
Auditor's reports in the following rslates
confirmed nisi: Estate of John MeKey
nolds. Estate of E-tella Case. Eatateof T,
Keport of viewers in favor of a road
in Jackson and Benton, near B. Savage's,
Keport of viewers ot a road in Jackson
and Sugnrloaf, confirmed nisi.
Keport o f viewors in favor of a road nenr
Jesse- Fritz's, in Sugarloaf, confirmed nisi.
Keport of viewers in favor of a road in
Bloom, Hemlock and Mt. Pleasant, con
firmed nisi. Remonstrance, exceptions nnd
petition for reviewers filed.
Thomas Schefller vs. Kato Schefilcr. Di
Auditor's report In cstato ol S. V. Karnes,
Auditor's report in estate of John Davu,
Estate of Kebecca Vanderslico. Keturn
of notico to heirs filed,
Keport of viewors of a road in Jtoariug
creek, confirmed nisi.
Keturn of sale confirm d nisi in estate of
I. A. Dewitt; Geo. Cole and G. W.Uttap
pointed re-viewers ot a road la Fisuingcreek
Widow s appraisements, and accounts pre
sented by Kegister for confirmation.
Supplemental report of Commissioner on
division line between Brlarcreck and Fish
iugcrcek townships, filed.
Opinions of Court filed In the following
cases: Centralis Baying 1-unu vs. oarau
Haffey. Bonton Saving Fund vs. O. L. Da
vis. Orangevillo Saving Fund vs. A. B.
Herring. D. F. Sey bcrt vs. Thomas Gerity.
Commonwealth vs. Stephen Dleterick,now
Charles Gibbons appointed guardian of
G. A. Young nnd Lula O. Young.
Petitlou for partition filed in estato of
J. G, Nevius vs. Elralra Ncvlus. Divorce
Keport of viewers of Catawissa school lot,
Commonwealth vs. E. C. Bundy, Bill ig
nored, prosecutor to pay costs.
Commonwealth vs. F. Smith. Bill ig
nored, prolocutor to pay coats.
Commonwealth vs. J. W. Eder. Bill ig
nored, county to pay costs.
Commonwealth vs. A. Koup. A true bill,
G. W. Supplee, W. It. Dcraott and W.
Eyer appoiuted viewers to vacate a road in
John Menscb, B. Khoads and John Quick
appointed viewers of a road in Madison near
D. 8. Patterson's.
John Hartman, A. Hartman and I, Mc
Bride appointed viewers to vacate a road in
Madison near T. O. Wilson's.
Keport of auditor in estate of J. Mi
Dowell, confirmed nisi,
'V. T. Creasy appointed guardian of Min
nie B. Kaup,
Petitlou of James Barton, guardian, for
an order to invest funds, allowed by tho
Auditor's report in cstato of John Evoland,
M, M, nendcrshott, appointed guardian
of Charity M,, Oscar E. and Annie M,
Answer to citation in estato ot John Con.
On petition of G, W OorreH, order grant
ed to make deed In estate of A, Snyder,
Charles Rink vs. Kminn Kink, Dlrorco
Commonwealth vs. Andrew Koup. Case
tried, "Void let fur defendant, not guilty,
protecutor and defendant each to pay half
Commonwealth vg, Thomas Gorrlty, A
Commonwealth vs. Charles IJuu-oknechl,
A true Mil,
Commonwealth vs. John Pcruiig 'A Hue
Thomas C. Wilson appointed guardian of
Mary and Harriet Eck.
Partition awarded in estato of Jonas
Partition awarded in estate of M. M
Georgo Cole, Alixnndcr Krnmer, J. H,
Ifecler, Samuel Mclletiry, J. Black nnd
John Mnther appointed Inspectors of a
county bridge In Greenwood,
W. L. Manning, G. W. Fnrver, G. W.
Derr, H. (A Hess, V. B, Poterman and I).
Lewis appointed viewers of two county
bridges, one In Jackson nnd ono In "Sugar
loaf. B. G. Kne, K. J. Davis nnd J. M, Long
nppolntid viewers to vscnto n road in FWi
Ingcrcek, near B. Albertson's.
Cyrus Mcllonry, W. L. Manning anil O.
W. Derr appointed viewers of a road In
Greenwood, near Thomas Mather's.
Commonwealth vs. James McGiutils. A
Commonwealth vs. Scott township super
visors. True bill.
Report of viewers In favor of a county
bridge near A. M. Johnson's in Locust, ap
proved by Grand Jurr,
Keport of Inspectors for brldgo near E.
J. Mcllcnry's, confirmed.
Keport of Inspectors lor brldgo near Kim
ball's mill, confirmed.
Martin Gaujhen naturalized in open
LMrouTANT to Tkavki.ers Special In
ducements aro offered you by tho Burlington
Route. It will pay you to read their adver
tisement to be lounu elsewhere in this issue.
March 18 10-w
Democratic Couaty Ticket.
PKANKUM U. SUUSIAN,
I1KOISTEH AND KKC01IDEI1.
O. W. STKItNKlt,
A. JI. JOHNSON,
I). F. EDOAlt,
C. W. IIKSS,
L. J. ADAMS.
iMHTOOKf T.itpp rnmiilaiiit
thu bYAii'Toais oi' i.ivmt complaint
are uneasiness and rain In ttio side, sometimes rntn
In tho shoulder, nnd Is mistaken ror rheumatism;
tho Stomach Is affected with loss of nimetlto and
sickness; bowels, In general, costive, sometimes
alternating with lnx; the heart 13 troubled with
pain, and dull, heavy sensation ; considerable loss
ut memory, with painful sensation ot having left
undono fcomcthtng hlcti ought to have bten uono ;
often complaining of weakness debility nnd low
spirits, bonietlmtsmany of tha nbovo sjmptoms
nltond tho disease, and at other times very fow of
them ; but tlio Liver is generally tho organ most
RUOULATE TI1E LlVEft, AND 1'HEVENT
IynH'lln, Cnimllpiitloii, Umimllrr, IlilliiunAt
tiirka. CliUlrt nnd Fl'vor, lleailarlir, Culle,
Dt'Itrt-hhlnii of SplrliN, Sour Mnni-hi-Ii,
lltiirtbiii-ii, Pllew, nr.
Tonic, Alterative nuil Calhartlc!
Simmons Liver Itegulator, purely vegetablo, Is
tho medlcmo generally used In the south to arouso
tno lorpm uur to ucaitny action.
It nctn with extrnnrillnnry power nnd rlllcncy
uu mo iivcr ami uituii-yH.
Tho action of tho liegulator Is frco from nausea o
griping. Itlsmostcnectlvo In startlnc tho secro
lions of tho Liver, causing tho bUo to act as a cat.i-
uruu. inn inero is an excess oi ouo in mo stom
ach, tho Krculator is an actlvo rnircn : after tlio re
moval of tho tlio It will regulato tho bowels and
Impart vlgur and health to tue whola sjstcm.
Prepared only by J. II. ZeUln&Co. sold by all
Juno M, '8My
I)y virtuocf a writ of Fieri Facias, and to mo dl
rccted, will bo exposed to publto salo on tho prem
ises In Orecnwood township, Columbia county, at a
o'clock p.m.. on
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1881,
All that certain messuage or piece of land sltuato
In the township of Greenwood, County of Columbia,
and Stato of Pennsylvanta,beglnnlngat a whito oak,
gono, thenco by lands ot A. Patterson and Samuel
Ilogart, thenco by land of IUcliard rollock south
twenty-throo degrees and ono-half cast ono hun
dred and forty perches and eight-tenths to a whito
oak on tho north bonk ot Baton's Hun, thenco up
tho samo wost twenty-six porches to a hemlock on
tho bank of tho samo, thenco by Uio samo and land
of Nicholas Kindt north forty-flvo degrees west
nine perches to a whito oak stump, thenco by the
same south eighty-three degrees wost twenty-three
perches to a beech, thenco by tlio samo souUi soven.
ty-nlno degrees and three-fourths west Blxty.clght
perches and three-tenths to a whlU) plno, thenco by
tho same north forty-are degrees west nine perches
and five-tenths to a clno stump.thcnco by tho samo
south elghty-flvo degrees west forty-eight poiches
and thrco-tonths to a post,thencu by tho Bamo north
twenty-throo degrees and one-halt west soventy-
Ilvo rerches and elght-tentlis to a post, thenco by
land ot Archbald Patterson north sixty-six degrees
and ono-half cast one hundred and slxty-nvo pcrch-
01 to tho place ot beginning, containing ono hun
dred and tf n acres more or less on which aro erected
a two story fromo dwelling houso, barn, hog stable,
wagon Hied, spring houso and other out-butldlngs
Seized, taken In execution at Uio suit of N, Ilooco,
Trustco of Angelina Merrell against Clark Morrell,
and to bo sold as tho property ot Clark Merrell.
V. H. INT,
JOTICK IN PARHTION-
To fcusnn E. Cooper. Salem Township, Luzerne
noiintv. I n.. Mahala Cralir. Vrlarcrcek townsliln.
Columbia county, Mnry, Intermarried with w. A. J.
nrlttaln of llrlarcreektownflilp, columbli county,
Mary K. Savage of flrctnvlllo, Tcnnesbco, Clark
hno ts vtninut Rtifft. Milla.. Pa., and W.J. Mans
field, nerwtck, I'a. Urcetlng i Yon aro hereby no
titled that In acrordancowlthawrlt of partition Is
sued out ot tho Orphans Court of Columbia county,
state of I'a-.annqueBtwlllbo held by tho under
signed on the following described premises to wit i
Certain piece or parcel of land tho samu being a
vacant lot bounded and described as follows, to-w It:
SltuaU) rartly In tho borough of lierwlck, Columh'a
countv. and partly In baiem township
Luzerne county, wgwniug iiv mu uurucr ui i-ruui
and Walnut streets In lierwlck, thenco north twen-
ty.nve octrees w est nvoiimiareaanu nvu iccnoa
corner, thenco north Blxty-nvo degrees cast throe
hundred and seventeen feet to a corner, thence
south twenty-Ore degrees east me hundred and
twentv.nlnn fret to a rorner. thenco south sixty-
seven degrees wrst three hundred and sixteen feet to
ino corner tao pincw m nt-k-iiiuiub, '"uu'u8
hundred ar d rlxty-three thousand three hundred
anfl terty-elcht (103.843) Bnuara feot of ground.clgh-
ty.flvo thousand tight hundred and Hlly (M,W0)
mim . mtimtn in Columbia county and hev-
enty.ujven thousand four hundred and ninety-eight
(1i,4vS)squaro reel or me mmv in bhuuiu iu iiuitruu
rnuQtv.i-n. Tn nKrwtnln whether tho tamo can be
divided without Injury to or spolllngtbe whole and It
not. 10 value ana appraise iuu same iu luaxuutuitu
with Act of Assembly. Tho at Id Inquisition wUl bo
ueiu tn uio premises on
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2'J, 1881,
at o'clock p. m., Un and wbero you may attend
Sheriffs omco, Sept. 9, Itai, ew.
fui lunrAipmi itu, xvtu
and NKltTOUi DKillU'rr. . . ,
1 he nt Waste Iterating tread and OemVlour.
Free fiozu Iiran or HUrcfc. Bend for circular.
FAUWitLL ltlllMKS, PropD., Watertown, N. Y,
For Bale by UitcUU, Fljlthf r Oo, HUM. Ft.
im iivuiivuuii miiiivvu rfiNfi srim Hit I im
TlUfi GREAT SiCIIN OUltE,
KchlnirniKl Scaly llsc.NCB,Sci-ir-
Hons lltimoiM, uiccrx, rm
Soi-ch nml nicrcurlnl tf
fYcUoiiN ulion nil oilier
II tun ii n Agencies
THE CUTICUIIA TI1KATMENT, for tho euro ot
Skin, Hcnlp aott lllood Diseases, conMsta In
tlio Intcritat uso ot CtiTicfitA Uksoi.vent, tho now
niood Purifier, and tho external uso of Cuticuba and
CcTictmA SoAr, thi Groat Skin euros.
For Sunburn, Tan and (Iroasy Hkln uso Cutlcuro
HOup, an exquisite tllct, bat i and nursery s.inatlvo,
irngrnnt vtiiu uciiuuuh uui-i uuuib imu ii.uug
Will McDonald, S5U Doarborn Street, Chicago,
gratefully acknowledges a euro Of Salt Ithoum on
head, nock, faco. arms and legs, for seventeen yrnrsj
not ablo lo walk excopt o hand nnd kneos for ono
j ean not able to hep hlmwlf for eight years ; tried
hundreds ot remedies; doctors pronounced his caso
hopeless; permanently cured by tho Cutlcura Kotno
It. E. Uanwntcr, Esq., HendcrEon, N. Y cured ot
Psoriasis or Leprosy, of twenty years' standing, by
tho Cutlcura ltcsolvont Internally and Cutlcura nnd
Cutlcura Soap externally. Tho most wonderful caso
on record. Cure certified to before n Justice of the
poaco nnd prominent citizens, ah amicioa wuu
Itching am scaly Diseases should send to us for
tins testimonial In tuU.
F. II. Drake, Esq., Detroit, Mich., suffered beyond
nil description from askln dlsoaso which appeared
on his hands, head nnd faco, and nearly destroyed
his eyes. Tho most careful doctoring failed to help
him. and otter all had failed ho used tho Cutlcura
iicsoivent lntrmnny.uuiicura ami cuueurn noap ex
ternally, nnd was. cured, and has rcma ncd perfectly
vreu to uiis (lay.
lion. William Taylor, Boston, says ; "After thrco
months' uso of tho Cutlcura Itcmcdlcs, nnd 12 years
of as constant Buffering from humor of tho face,
neck and scalp as was over endured, I can say that
1 am cured, nnd prouounco my caso tho most re
markable on record. I havo been so elated with my
success that I havo storped men on tho Btrcctwho
wero nnilctod and told them to get tho Cutlcura
Itcmcdlcs and they would euro mem.
Mrs. S. K. Whipple, Decatur, Mich., writes that
hor faco, head and somo parts of her body wero al
most raw. Head covered with scabs and Borca
SutTcrcd fearfully and tried over thing. Permanent
ly cured by Cutlcura Remedies.
Cutlcura Itcincdlcs nro for salo by all druggtsts.Fr!co
of cutlcura. a Medicinal Jelly, small boxes co cents ;
largo boxis II. cutlcura Uesolvcnt. tho new mooa
Puriner.ll per bottlo. cutlcura Medicinal Toilet
soap, mccnifl. uuueura .-ucuicinai cuaving ooap,
lo ccnia, in ears lur uaruera auu iurgu uuuauiucrB.
M)ccuta. Principal depot,
Weeks Totter, Doston, Mass.
IT"AU mailed free on receipt of price.
no col ums ' voltaic Elkc-
O I I.A8TER. COStlnC 25CcntS,
VOLTAIC ggiUCTHO i-icctilcal appllanco beforo tho
PLAG.TVV& public. Theylnstantly relieve
Malaria, rtter and &guennd Kidney and Urinary
Dinicuities. and may be worn over tho pit of tho
Btotnach, over tho kldnoys or any atTected part.
I'ricoss cents. Sold everywhere. WEEKS & POT
teh, uoston, Mass. d septa, 1-m
ESTATE OF JOSUCA BAVAQE, DECEASED.
Tho undersigned Auditor appointed by tho Or
phans' Court of Coletubla county, on exceptions to
to tno nrcountof tho Administrator of said dece
dent, wtll sit In tho discharge of tho dutlesof his ap
pointment at tho. ofllce of Knorr & Wlnteruceu
In tho 1 own of llloon.sbnrg, on Friday, August 2Mb,
181, at ten o'clock In tho forenoon of said day,
when and whero all persons Interested may attend,
If they think proper,
L. S. WINTEltSTEEN,
July 29-4W Auditor.
ESTATE OP W., C. HAOEKBCCH, DECEASED.
Letters of administration on tho estato of W. C.
Ilagcnbuch, lato ot Centre twp, Columbia county,
deceased, havo Deen granted by tho Register of said
county to tho undersigned administrator. All persons
having claims ngalnst tho cstato ot said decodent
are requested to present them for settlement and
those Indebted to (ho estato to mako payment to tho
undersigned administratrix without delay,
MRS. SALLIE IIAOENBUCn
augl2 4-w Administratrix.
ESTATE OF SnADKECn UESS, DECEASED.
Letters of Administration on theestateot Shad
rcch Iless, lato or sugarloaf township, Columbia
county, Pennsylvania, deceased, havo been granted
by tho Register of said county to Jamca Pcloimaa,
of Davidson township, administrator. Al pcrbons
having claims against the estate ot said deco
dent aro requested to present them for settlement,
and thoso indebted to Uio estate to mako payment
to tho undersigned Administrator, without delay.
aug 12 4-w Administrator.
ESTATE OF JOUN ALLEUAR, DECEASED.
Lcttera testamentary on tho. estato of John Alle
gar, lato of Flshlngcieek twp., Columbia comity,
deceased, havo been granted by Uio Register ol uald
county to M. A. Ammcrmon, of Forks, executor. All
persons having claims against the estate of satd de
cedent are requested to present them for settle
ment, nnd thobo Indebted to tho cstato to mako
payment to tho undersigned executor, wlUiout
C, W. Miller, Eocutor,
Forks P. o., Pa,
Six pgr cent 1st Mortgage Bonds
Free from Government and State
Interest payable promptly October and
A LIMITED AMOUNT FORSALE
At par and accrued interest. An
Henry 8. Keay,
For thU Month's Woather, prepared expressly for
KamnlA mn, mnllrvl fnran ntnmn
J.M.Stoddaht, Pub., New York, Phlla., or Chicago.
Rowell & o'b. Advtfs.
TAUHANTS RELTZEH APEIUENT core f asks
the surrcrcr rrom a rauuuuae ot aiv.-ascs. wo an
swer i It v. Ill removo from tho system tho actlvo
cause of most ot the diseases that flesh Is heir to.
it wont mend a broken umD, nor eioso a buiiet uoic
but It may be proiltnbli used lu momu-iWo diseases.
It will do no one any harm, and mav do much irood.
uy it anu bco ii ii. Mem.nuii.yuur uu&o.
SOLO UY ALL DItUGCUSTS.
Sept. 9, 4-w r
BAV ARB TAVIiOR,W & Traveller,
Kaldi "I tako creat pleasure in recommending to
parents trie Academy of Mr. Hwlthtn C. Shortlldtfo."
Bon. rERNAKDO WOOD,!!. O.
Said (1680) i "I cheerfully consent to tho uso of my
nomo as refcrf see. My boys will return to you (tor
uivir iuuiiu )iurj uuur lueir vucuuuu.
Vor now Illustrated circular address SW1TIIIN c.
SIIOUTUDUK. A. 11., Harvard Ur'verslty Uraduato
tledU I'a., lit miles from rhUadeipnla.
dcjii. v, -w r
V OKTllItltN TUXAH offers ereattr attractions
1 1 In v.av of of irood. chean landH. healthy country.
ijiiui cumaie, uuunaai.no ci miner unu water, di
open in sett tinent. In this rapidly developing see-
versity or creuucis. n an av oiner reirion now
i.uu iiiu-jejuBA ruviiiu uuumiy uua iu ujieruiiuu
over beo miles of n ad, uIouk which are lo bo had,
at low pi ices and oncitty terms, millions of acres
ofKooaaiidcheupJiallroad and Oovernmcut lands,
but recently opened for setilemeut. Kor circulars
aud maps KUliitf tiuthiul lnloimatlon, address W.
II. AMIA.MH. Land commissioner. T. & r. Hallway.
Dopi, v, -w r
T3,TT1lvrrnipi,pci Articles In ono. Mil
d UXM J-XlXV 9 uonsln use overvbodv-s
choice ii-page calaloguo
of other stxelaltlea rren.
J.M. HUhTKK M'K'OCo,,
Cincinnati, O, AUKNTo
(tifirtnKlven for an 1M4 U. H. Dol'ar. Illustrated
ipOUUcatalopue, with prices paid for old and
rare coins, tree for lu cents.
j, Diftiuiuin Abii uuigosier, ra.
ept i-w r
A YIUH uo expenses to agents
ostat rree. Address r, O. VICKBHY
Aiuruata, Maine. r feeptt, 4w,
mo AUTKUTIHKHH-Ktntf u oenU for our let)
CddrtciUlGu.r.KUWliU.AtJU, l Spruou blnxL
through the air, and
arc also worth seeing.
There is a Lunch-Boom in the building. Valises,
baskets and packages can be left in charge of attendant In
Ladies' Waiting Room.
Mr. Wanamakcr is desirous that visitors should feel at
homo when they come, and be free to purchase or not, as
Note. Our larga Catalogue, with prices and full
directions for shopping by mail from any part of the United
States, will be mailed gratuitously upon request, address
John Wanamakkr, Grand DiiroT, Philadelphia.
O. IB. BOBBINS,
iSTTCOBSaoH TO X. W. ROBBINS.) DBAIiBR IN
Fine BrniMllcH, WhlNlilcM, Ih,
IMPORTED ALKS AND POUTEltS
call and cxnmino my stock before
Main Stroot, 2nd
WEBER - -
a. una iimiaik ruttituu haiuiii vixan uiuin, aii o, .y.i" uiion,
Easy Tonus. SntlRftictlon ttuat-iiiitcctl.
BA.aonxT's :pi-A.:tsro ware rooms,
iMUSIC HALL J1LOOK, WXLKBS-?aAXUUE, FA.
Juno 10, '8l-1y
-t,nr.,i iu, nn Tiiif,,iiir viTiivitm
Dk.J.a. SIlKn.MAN Is tbo orlRioal nrcl only I)b.
biiekmaf, known to tlio public for Hie rust us jenrs
tlirougu his successful method of treatluff Uupturo
without Uiennnnynnce and Injury trussts Inflict.
Ills systom ot euro Is by Locnl Kxternal Applica
tions. Pundr treatment no hlndrnnco from labor,
and Hconrlty ntfolnsi do ith from strnnpulnted Uup
turo. rollouts from nbn.ad can recelvo treatment
innve ror noino Bama ny.
By virtuo of sundiy writs of Issued out
of tho Court of Common ricasot Columbia coun
ty, and tomo directed, will bo exposed to publlo
salo at tho Court llouso In Dloomsburg, nt two
o'clock p. m., on
SATUKDAY, SEPTEMUER 10, 1881.
All tliat certain messuago and tract of landBltu
ato In Orant-o township, Columbia county nnd Stato
of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows,
to-wlt: Beginning ut u stone corner of Jesso Colo
man's land, thenco by tho samo north eighteen and
ft bait degrees cast fifty-two perches and soven
tenths to stones, thenco by lands ot John Megarglo
and Isaac nagenbucb. south sixty-seven and a half
cegrees west live perches to a stone, thenco by land
of tho estate ot Conrad Adams north six and tbreo
fourth dcgijes west sixty-seven perches, thenco by
land ot tho estato of Samuel Conner cast nvo perchos
and two-tenths to a plno, thenco by tho same north
clghty-threo degrees eadt thlrty-sovcn percbes to
tho place of beginning, containing seventeen acres
and ono hundred and twenty-ono porches strict
measure; the above tract being improved farm land.
seized, taken lnoxecutlon at tho sultot Martha
Adams against Joseph Ilcnrlo and tho Orangevillo
M. S. P. and L. Association terro tenant, and to bo
sold as the property of Joseph Ilenrlo and tho Or
angev''lo M. 8. F. and, L. Association terro tenant,
smiths, Attoynoys. vend Ex.
All that certain piece of ground situate in Mimin
township, Columbia county,Pennsylvanla,descrlbed
aa follows, to-wlt: Bounded on tho north by land
of John Atcn, cast by land of n, Schweppcnhel3cr,
Bouthby lands of Thomas Atcn and on tho west by
lands of Charles Kllngerman, containing ono hun
dred and ton acres moro orless.on which ore erected
a frame house, barn and out-bulldlngs,
Ono tract of land sltuato In said township ot Miff
lin, bounded nn thn nnrth ml rnut. liv inn.,o n.
. - -- . . . V "3 MWUO U(
ThomaB Aten, on tho south by lands of Michael
uiuvur a uuira, on mo wesi uy lanas or wuuam rarr
containing twenty four acres moi e or less, cn which
aro erected a two story frame hniim nnii n'm.
Ono tract bounded on tho north bvinnflnti i.-
Bchwcpponhclser and Samuel Snyder, on tho east
ur lunus or Lawrcnca waiera. nn tim Hnnt, i.v in.H
of Abraham Bchwcppcnhclstr and on tho wost by
land of John Aten, containing thirty-four acres
moro or loss, on which aro erected a framo house,
uuiu, anu out-uuuaings.
Ono tract of land bnunrteri nn thn nnrtn hv i.nri n.
Stephen (leartart and others, on Ihotast by other
i owinri'jjeuiiciaer, on uio south by
land of John Atin And nn Mint., .
- ... .. vdv ,uuu v. uuaepa
Gearhart, containing ono hundred acres more or
""i"" nmcuuxe ireciea a irtmc house, barn and
OliO lOt Of CTOUnd Mtlintn tn thn tnmn nt llln.Hii
Columbia COUnl V. 1'ennnvlvnnln hmmrlM nHHr.
Bcrlbod as rollows, to-wlt t Outlie nortli by land ot
iAjuKfflutTBwana iwo publto roads being a
corner lot In t.nld tmtn. m w1iimiiviimaim...
- r .H ..ivMiHvvivvimuvriu
story brlk btoro lioube v ith tho appertcnanccs.
seized, taken In eiccutlon at Uio bult ot Samuei
llCCk aslcncd In thn 'n1n TnTlIn f'rtr t tr Ui,nni
w -vvuuij JUUlUUt
BaTlnff pund and Loan Aasoclatlon airalnst I. K
GAliU'annnnl.n,,. . - .
uvunjrviiuiiiau uuu iuu vuiuuiDia uounty Mutual
Savin L' Fund and lain Auwinttnn nA ,
Uio propvity of I. K, Schweppenhelscr,
A-iTTi-K & aiillkk, AUornejs. At Vend. Ex.
AU VI Fa.
A 11 that certain lotnrnipmnf inndfii,nA
, v. .u.. J'tUUy
In Franklin townftliln. nnd naniv ,n nA .
, , , . v-j M, vauvvvissu
township, Columbia county, and Bute ot I'cnnsyl-
uuu uuuuucuuuu ucBgnueu 03 I0110WB, tO
Wlt I on the north by C'ntnwiun rm.i. .....'
w . . . ' UMiuuBiun
by lards lato ot Georgo scott and tho Banvlllo,
uu n lines uurro Jiau iioau COIBpOliy.nnd
on iho south bv Sarah A. Mutmvnnr, nn h '. .
w.uw.1 ug nmbUJ
tho Susquehanna titer, coitalnlngrouracrcsmoru
i uu nuim mc citeicu a email rromo building
All tlmf. rrrtnln tnr'ksnnrrn nnn ia . .
mwubwuiuk u Kruunu Blt-
uato In the towncMilnimshiirr r.it1.ni,in .
, b, vviuuium wjiiuiy.
and stato ot I'ennsylvanla and bounded and de
scribed as follows, to-wlt i Beginning at a poston
tho south west side of Main street and lot No. u an4
running thenco along said street south fltty-threo
degrees east llfly-nvo feet to an alley, tnenoo south
thlrly-sovcn deirroefl went nnn hiir.rird nnd
eight feet to back alley, thence along said altjy
Mwm niijr-vunv uegrets west ruryuvofeet towc
NO. S. OfOnnHnld lind (liAnin nlnnll.. onrnn .1.
' - - hhh ...vhvw VUW WMtg , 1 1 1 1
ihlrty-seveo degrees east ono hundred and nlioty
eight tect to the place of beginning, containing one
fourth ot on acre t e Iho tame mere or less onvhich
aro irocttd a two story brick duelling 'iouse, a
frame dwell lng house, stable und jiuf ouW
eeutd, uua la eitcuUoo aU4rM l.v.
you will find.
among other places
of interest, the Grand
Depot well- worthy of a
visit. Its floor and gallery
snaccs now cover over three
acrcs.nnd are filled with Dry Goods,
China, Furniture, etc. Tho
is a large and beautiful
lecture Qallcry, to which admittance is free.
The Pneumatic 2tbcs carrying the money
the Electric-Light Machinery,
Knni,nnil nil Ulii.lKol TfVIiics con.
IN DOTTLES BY THE DOZEN.
will find it to their advantage la
Door below Iron.
niaut ii I) m xt ik enm'iin nnn men
Hook with likeness of bad cases beforo andallit
cure, with testimonials from dlstlPBUhhtd rlun
clans ministers, merehnnts and others, n ailed lei
ten cents. PH. ail MiM AN can bo consulted at Mi
Now York omco, ?51 llroadway, Mondays, Turtdaii
and Saturdays; and at bla Loston onice, 43 JUS
street, Weducbdnys, Hiursdavs and Kildajs.
scp. o-3w d
McK ( Ivy against J. It. Grnul and to bo sold as tho
property ot J. n. Oraul.
MIU.KK, Att'y. Fl. I'a.
All that certain three tracts pieces or parcels ol
land sltuato In Orange township, Columbia countv,
and stato of Pennsylvania. Tract number one boun
ded nnd described as follows, to-wlt : Beginning nt
a plno tree, thence by lands of Jacob Shellhorn de
ceased, south fifteen degjecs east soventy six
perches to a btonc, thenco by lands of John Hcmlj
deceased bouxh seventy-four and one-half degrees
west ono hundicd and three-tenth perches to a
stono thenco by lands of I'hoebo Whltmoyer n"rth
fifteen degrees west ntty two perches to a ston
thenco by lands of Bnme north sixty-ono degrees
east ono hundred and three perches to a plno the
placo of fceglnnlng.contalnlng thirty seven acres ana
ono hundred nnd two perches nnd allowances of
land with the appurtenances thereunto belonglaj,
It bcl ng tho samo tract ol land which Isaao Ilagcn
buch dated A. I). 1652 conveyed to John Stlner.
Tract number two bounded and described as follows
to-wlt: Beginning ut astonehoap corner of John
Conner thenco by his land north fourteen degrees
west twenty-eight and seven-tenths perchos to a
post thenco by land of Levi Alkman south-forty-six
degrees west seventy-six perches
to a post thenco by lands ot George Whltmlro north
seventy eight degreoseast sixty and two-tenths
pero hes to tho place of beginning, containing five
acres anonlnoty two perches moro or less withal!
the nppurtennnccs, tho samo being a part of a
larger tract surveyed In tho name of David Dumon.
Tract number throo bounded and described as fel
lows, to-v.it: Beginnlngat a stonolnthe llntiot
land of John SUncr thenco by land of Frederics
Berk and along a reserved road by lands of Benja
min Achonbaeh, Joseph Whltmoyer and Levi and.
J. JE. Alkman north twelvo and ono quarter degrees
west seventy eight and seven-tenth perches toa
stono, thenco by lands of Peter Plfer north II
and thrco quarters degrees oast thirty live perches
to a stono theneo by land of John Conner south
twelvo and ono quarter degrees east thlrty-nlno and
two-tenth perches to a stono thenco by land of Joho
Stlner south forty eight and three-fourth degrees
west forty pcrthes to iho place of beginning con
taining nttccn ncresandfour perches of land strict
measure being the samo tract of land which Jacob
Selgfrlcd convoyed to John SUncr.
Seized, taken In execution at tho sultofths
Orangevillo Mutual Savlrg Fund and Loan Associa
tion against John Stlner and to bo told as tho prop
erty or jonn suncr.
Mltutu, AttV. Ft Fa,
A certain lot or piece of ground sltuato In tho
township of Conyngham In said county ot Columbia
on tho westerly tldo ot tho Catawissa road (so call
ed) leading from the borough of Ashland In Schuyl
kill county to tho borough of Ccntralla columtla
county, said lov being known as lot No. slxty-thrco
i?luPPor, Blinjitlcs, as laid out by tho Locust Moun
lun coal & li on t'l mpany, on which is erected a
??2,Wa,"yi Bloned frame building fourteen (U)
ret w'?e, U1!'' sixteen (H) feet long.
seized, taken in execution nt tho Bultof William
JrJ.n.r.r "Kbs'Anthonyuerrlty owner or reputed
owner and t ontraetor.aud to bo sold as tho property
or Anthony tierrlly owner orretmted owner and
briKNKY, Att'y. Lev. Fo.5
V, U. KNT.
Valuable Real Estate
TllO Ufidnrfll Priori rtnfk.l,.n.HUM .n.ininentn
. B"V4,uUUU10llmU, IHiU IVOUUUVBW
annoxo of I'eter A ppleman,late of Ucnton township,
deceased. orrorR thn fnnf,.ir,
. - -.vMiufs ufcov, iwu y. VM.'WWW -
private silo. All that portion ot tho following de
scribed T1IACT OF LAND, In Benton township,
utu BI1 ,uuuws: on the north by lands of it i
V. COlley. J. V. Llinln .nd 1 M-iil l.n,, nn lliQ
west by lands ot Ell Mclltnry,' John E. Appleman
ond I'eter Laubach, on tho south by lands ot Wll
llrta Ilulmoand Margaret Dildlno, and on tho east
by lands oi Kenton II. Davis and Stott K. colley,
luuiuiuuig Jti'jiny.KUlllT AcnKS.moro or less,
Bank Ham, i,vagon houso and other out-bulldlng.
only that portion lying on the west sldo of Fishing
creek win Jjo sold.
Also, al', that tractot landBltuate In Benton town
ship, bounded on the weBt by lands ot Kebecca Con
ner, on tho north by lands of the heirs of Thomas
Da'ls, deceased, and J, V, Chapln.on theBOUthby
lands of KztUel pole, containing KIOI1TBKN
ACltES, more or less, unimproved land. Will bo Bold
aa a whole or In parcels to suit purchasers.
Terms mado known on application to
I. K. K1I1CKUAUM,
CUTICURA Permanently Curea
Humors of tho Bcaln and Skin.
PriS iJSr'WiJSR.fS'f" ara. saJa ov a" druggists.
BMMUiS1LU,.,f 11 MeOlclnsI Jelly, small loxea,
new fiSrfb,'1, .CUTICUItA KKfcbLVKNT. tho
nvJS'rtncr, tl per botuo. cuticuiu mimc-
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