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I'KIDAY, MAY 1,lH8fr
Correct Ititllroucl Time Table.
Train on tho I'tillndelplila .V II. tt.leavo import
H luuuna I
a 18 a. in. II 43 n. m.
4 10 p. rn. 0 45 p. in.
Tr.lns on tliu I). I.. .V. W. II. II. lo.ie ll'oomsburg
ni iiiuuna I
I 88 a. in. g en n m.
'.3 Up. m. II 41a in.
oon. in. 4 81 p. m
Tho II 41 truln south connects Willi tlio I'hlla
delphla Heading nt t'lipert, and with the
Normern ucnirni at Nortbumccrl.ma.
Hereafter wo shall go to press about
three hours earlier on Thursdays, than
lias liven our custom, In order Unit nil
inntls can be iniulo In tlie nfernoon. All
matter for Insertion must be handed In on
Wednesday, nml nil coininiiiitcntlons must
lie mnlleil In time to reach lis Tuesday
nlglil, or v ednesdny morning nt the
latest. No matter for publication will be
received on Thursday except In very
Mm. Wlllliim Neal nnd Miss Antm Imve
gone on n trip to Philadelphia and Atlan
Mrs. lilshop Is the gtu'st of her uncle,
Lloyd Fnxton, nt Hupert
Ex-ShcrllT Carter of Wyoming county
has been In town several days looking
after the Interests of the Osborne reapers.
Mm. J. U. Freeze nnd Miss Maude arc
nt Asbttry Park, New Jersey.
W. II. Carter of Mahr.noy City, was In
town last Saturday ami made this olliec n
.Mr. 0. S. Nesbittnf Montana, tlilsrounly,
was In town on Friday last. He was on
his wny to Plymouth.
Hev. John Hewitt, formerly lector of the
Kplscopal Church here, has f,one to Denver
City, Colorado, for a three months visit lu
search of health.
MUs A. I). Webb has been obliged to
give up her school, and has gone to visit
her sisters at Uoyer's Ford and l'hlladel.
A free bridge is talked of at Wllkes-bnrrc.
Itanium's show Is at WilUes-barre to-day,
'Water, water everywhere, but not a
drop for lire,"
A. 11. Itacon of Wilkes Itarru called at
our olliec on Wednesday.
Sweet Potato and Tonnto plants, very
line and cheap at J. Garrison's, 5th street.
C. Meat's of Orangevlllu has one of the
prettiest meat wagons In the county.
Wall p.ipcr! wall paper! at the People's
Ding it Hook store.
C!. C. Marr has enlarged his store room
and increased his stock.
Go to Dillon's Green Houses for the best
early Cabbage and Tomato plants.
A new paper called The Shamnkln Stntind'
under the management of C. S. Gllger A; Co.
made lis first nppciircnce hist Saturday. '
Zebu'on Sliult. of Pine township bus
been appointed warden of the jail in place
of W. W. ltarrett.
A largu mi d lino slock at prices to suit
the times. Call and examine nt F. S. Kin
port's grocery store.
Time books, for n week or month, menu
orandum and account books of nil kinds
cm lie found at the Columbian store.
Charles King is building a neat iron
fence around his property on Iron street
next to Itcfcrmcd Church.
Some of the girls of the period arc parting
their hair on one side. They do this because
they do not want to look like the soft young
man that parts his hair In the middle.
A grand musical convention will he held
at Northumberland from May lfithtothc
20th, under the direction of Dr. W. 0.
Perkins of lioston.
J. H. Townsend of I.jghtstroot is an.
agent for the sale of D. A. Osborne ifc Co's
farming implements. Their mowers, reap,
ers, and binders are the best hi the market.
American vvntches, in minting and open
face cases, all grades of key nnd stem
winders warranted for five years, and
prices low. Call nt L. Hernhnrd's jewelry
Mrs. Kmily Hcnsel, wife of W. U
Hensel, of the lancastcr TntelUgcncer, died
at her home on Saturday last. She was a
lady well known nnd much loved by all
who knew her.
To tiiu farmers. If nt any time you
have butter or eggs tiring them here I will
pay you cash nnd if lu need of groceries
will sell very cheap. Give me a call.
F. S. Kini'oiits,
Successor to T. W. Conner.
John Muwry of Hoarlngcreek served on
the jury this week. He also put in n little
tlmo looking after his interests as enndi.
date for nomination to the olllce of sheriff.
If he is selected for that position he will
make an excellent olllccr.
The telephones were put In on Thursday
of last week. The tlrst connection being
ltmdu between the Coi.umiiian olllce nnd
0. A. Olark's book store. There nrc now
over thirty subscribers in town nnd n num.
her out of town.
There were thlrly.one accidents In the
mines of thu Wilkes llarre district during
April, Hut four of these weru fatal t
Daniel U Davis, killed under a car at
Kingston Elmer Krcidler, killed in ma
chlnery nt Hurlford colliery! Samuel Trail,
sue, fell down u shaft nt South Wilkes
llarre, and Alfred Trcglowitn, fall of rock
lit Nailticoktv Plymouth Jluori.
If It Is any heiiellt to the laboring classes
to have n woolen mill mid other inaniu
facturing establishments In llloonishiirg,
they can thank thu water company for
making our town a desirable location for
such Industries. The best way to prevent
any more manufactures from coming hero
is to let It he known that the town refuses
lo pay for (lie protection.
The annual meeting of the members of
the Columbia County Agricultural Society
for the election of otllicers for tiiu ensuing
year, will hu held at llloonishiirg, in the
Opeia House ou Saturday, May 20th 1882
lit 1 o'clock. "
M. 0. IIuciiiks, President.'
Fiiei). II. Hautman, Secretary,
may (5-2 w.
Win. Webb met with an accident on
Wednesday, Ho was nt work with four
other men in mining iron ore, near Mr,
Armstrong's. A large bulk of ore and dirt
became loosened on account of ''ho wet pon.
ditlou of the ground, and while they who
taking out ore underneath, it fell down
upon them. Mr. Webb was led out of the
mine, and to Mr. Armstrong's house, when
hu became very weak and they were obliged
to bring htm home in a wagon. Hu Is get'
ting nlong quite well, nml probably nothing
series will result from the accident.
I (llneo Cameron hns lately Improved hi
burlier shop by painting nnd papering. We
understand he intends to employ nu
Our ngent will commence to canvass for
the "History of Columbia County" next
week, nml we hope ho will meet with the
success the book deserves.
Dr. Higbcc, Stnte superintendent, will lie
present nt the closing cxerclscsof the public
K'liools next Wednesday. It will be nn
Interesting occasion nnd everybody should
). h.. vnnnnita or Herwick will soon
remove Ids Jewelry storo to new nnd larger
qunrlci-8, nnd put In n much larger stuck of
goods. Ills now store will be In the build
lug of M. W, Jackson near the post olllce,
One of the most remarkable old ladles
in' the county Is the mother of Moses
Sehllclier of Heaver township. She Is ninety
years of age, reads without glasses, nud
lelnins her physlrlnl strength and mental
faculties to a remarkable degree
J. G. Swank of Mllllln nniiounccs him
self this week as a candidate for the olllce
of Sheriff. He Is u farmer, and has always
been nn active Democrat, lie is compe
tent to fill the position if the people give
him the opportunity.
Tax collectors should supply themselves
with our receipt books which contain re
cipts for State, county, road, poor, and
school tax all in one, or they can be used
for any one of them. Hooks of BO receipts
well bound only 20 cents. Sent by mall for
22 cents. Address Columbian, Hlooinshurg
Last Saturday morning snow commenced
falling at about ten o'clock mid continued
nearly all day, leaving the ground and
trees clothed in wintry garb. Wo remem
ber of hearing an old gentleman speak of
tlng a sleigh ride on the !!0th of April
muni years ago, lint It is the nisi time tit
our recollection that thu ground has been
white with snow so Into us May (1th.
Window shading and fixtures can be
found at the People's Drug ifc Hook Store.
Heiijamln W. lirlglit, of Wynnsdottc City,
Kansas, writes us ns follows: "I want you
to send on the Columman. I can't do with-
out it. I get all the news from old Colum
bia county, and It does me as much good
a II 1 were lucre to see lor mysell. '
He says carpenters are getting from
?2.fi0 to ij.3.00 a day there, and a great
many new buildings are going up.
Pens, pencils, pen holders, Ink, rubbers,
muclliige in great variety at the Coi.umiiian
The people near Hughesvlllc, Lycoming
county are somewhat excited over thu ills-
covcry of a vein of silver, by one Mr.
Thomas Stafford, who hns purchasd six
acres of lime quarry laud of Mr. Wilson
Opp and is sinking a shaft to ascertain the
ikpth of the vein. Others have leased
ami adjoining and are digging to see if
iiny more can bo round. The naniu or
New Leadvillo has already been given to
We must again remind correspondents
that no communication will be published
unless we are Informed who the writer is.
No items of u pcrsonul character, nor allu.
sions to matters that are understood by
only two or three persons are desired, and
'arc usually rejected. Glvu us all the news,
such as accidents, marriages, deaths, Im
provements, and all items of gentntl inter
est to the commiinitv.
A large assortment of wall paper In
brown, white, mica, Hat, satin and gilt
can be. found nt the People's Drug it Hook
Store. Call and be convinced.
The papers are warning their renders
against a bare-faced dead beat whose mode
of business is to call nt every house and of
fer a package of tea for thirty cents, prom.
sing each purchaser a prize, in the list of
which arc suits of furniture, organs, watch-
s, clocks and other ni tides. The prizes,
of course, are to bu delivered after he has
canvassed thu town. The lesult is those
who purchase pay about two prices for nn
inferior article of tea and never see the
A criminal trial at Hunbury last week
came to a sudden termination. It was a
prosecution against James Quinn for a
riminnl assault upon Sarah Heaton, both
parlies being from Klmmokiii. Tho ovi.
deuce to prove the assault wits not clear,
nnd the case was terminated by the de
fendant offering to marry the plaintiff.
The ceremony was performed in the court,
J'.sijr. oris ollieiating to make thu two
man and wife. After this amicable termi
nitlon of the dilliculty the jury returned a
erdlct of not guilty.
We have over (1,000 feet of glass-houses
full of beautiful tiowers and choice plants,
the finest we have eer grown. Call and
hee Dillon's Green Houses.
Vk.NNOII PlIKIMUtrS A 11 Ml SuMMI'.li. In
answer to letters from nil pnrts of tlio L'ni.
ted Slates, asking for .sigi.lllcation of the
recent aurora, Professor Vennnr, the Can.
adiiin weather prophet says: "The up.
proachlng summer will be cold and wet
over u very considerable portion of the
continent, South and West," Hu should
not liu surprised should each month for the
emalnder of the year, bring frosts. In
j ears past brilliant auroras at this time
in April, nt Toronto, New York and more
Southern points, have almost Invariably
been succeeded by cold and wet summers.
Ham, shoulder, nnd side meat will bu
paid cush or In trade at thu highest prices
nt F. S. Klnport's grocery store.
In disposing of license cases last week
Judge. Elwcll said i
We hold with Chief Justice Agnow.
that those who deny that there should be
any licenses under thu law, and thosu who
hum that a license should be granted
whenever an applicant comes with proper
papers are both wrong, neither of them
right. The court Is bound to act under
aw which contemplates the granting of
licenses. Page upon page of thu statute
look has reference lo thu grunting of
licenses, ui.d a system is supposed to be
provided by which lliu Interests of the
public and tlio rights of Individuals 'way
at guarded. Our business is, so far as
we c'imiJko far ns we know, to entry out
the law.' Wu have endeavored to do so lu
our charges, to juries and grand juiies as
well ni in our decrees upon petitions con.
ested by riunonstruiits, hntuver may bu
tho views of others, wu uru satisfied that so
long as spirituous, vinous mid malt liquors
nru to lie sold, they should bu sold under
some sort of regulations, ami further, that
while the present regulations exist It U
our duty to enforce tbem -without arid.
trary diminution or enlargement, or in
other words without allowing private
pinions (even our own) to tnko thu place
and Hie nitiiiu of Judicial discretion."
(Louisville Homo and Farm,
Frank O. Herring, Rq., of tlio Champion
Safe Works SSI and 232 ilrondway, New
York, reports the usu of St. Jueobs Oil for
a stiffness and soreness of thu shoulder,
witli most pleasant and efllcaclous effects.
COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT,
The Commissioners wilt repair nnd en
large some of the county offices, In nccor.
dnlico with the recommendation of the
grand Jury, More room lfnccded cspec.
hilly In the Prothonolnry's oflice. Only one
or two can do business there con
venlcntly nt present nt tlie" same time, while
(hero are sometimes n dozen waiting. A
notice for proposals appears In this Issue,
William II. Bnydcrwas admitted to prac,
tlce law In the several courts of this county
on .Monday of Inst week. Mr. Snyder Is
well known, having been county superln
tendent for nine years, nnd his popularity
nnd ability In that position will no doubt
bring him n lucrative practice. ' Ho studied
law with K. It. Ikeler Ksq.
At a meeting of tlie Hlooinshurg Water
Coinpnny held on Tuesday evening Mny 0,
1882, the following resolution was adoptcdi
Niiriieas Thu majority of the Town
Council at their special meeting, Saturday
evening -nay mn, 108.', declined to consitle
favorably either of thu propositions made
them by us, i.ainelyt iJ1200 per year or
$1,000 per year for live years. Therefore
Ileolnd There Is hut one thing for the
Water Company to do.iimuely, that If the
situation remains the same one week from
this date as at the present wu promptly on
that date disable the plugs that are now
evidently cons! del cd worthless until such
time as their value shall bu appreciated.
If people who eat pork would take the
trouble to cook it thoroughly wo should
hear much less than we do of trichinosis.
No doubt a great deal of tlie salt pork tlint
is sold is really unlit for use, either because
the meat wns diseased or because1 It was
Impcrfectlv cured, but In most cases It Is
cerlnln the fault Is lu tlie kitchen. The
recent case in Frankford, Pa., Illustrates
this. Some of the household found thu
ham underdone, and lind It recooked.
None of them were uffected. Thu others.
who ntc the parboiled ham, suffered thu
consequences. Pork in any form must be
thoroughly cooked liefoiu it is lit to be
eaten. i hen so treated unless it be such
obviously bad meat as nobody should try
thu danger from It Is slight. People who
feed their children with raw ham ought lo
expect them to die.
iVn exchange says: At the
Convocation at Willlamsport,
Church, It wns unniilmoiisly
tiiat our fraternal greeting nnd admiring
sympathy be expressed to thu Hev. William
llnvuK Moitnow, for tlie noble readiness
with which lie hns volunteered to minister
to those suffering from the fearful visitation
of tlie smnll-pox In South Hethlehem a
visitnlion which hns occurred during a va.
caucy hi tlie rectorship of the parish in
that place, caused by tho consecration of
its last rector to tho Episcopate of the dio
cese of Pittsburgh." Since this duty was
so nobly undertaken by Mi:. Monnow, thu
writer has seen a touching incident re
corded of his services there. One of the
chorister boys of thu Church choir had
(lied of the epidemic disease, nml the burial
took place ot the dead of night. Mit. Mon-
now olllcialcd, and at the grave he sang, in
thu lonely midnight, tlie hymn which hu
knuw to bu the favorite of the chorister.
Priests who are faithful in times of trial
like this win for themselves an unfnllintr
iciitagu lu thu hearts of the people.
Malt Hitters. Malt, Hops, Quinine, Hark,
c, A blood food for women, nursing
mothers, sickly children, the aged, con
valescent, overworked, emaciated, nervous
and sleepless. Fifty times more nourishing
than any malt liquors.
On Saturday afternoon Sheriff Knt sold
the properly of A. M. Hupert lo Mary A.
Sterner for 43,150.
Three tracts of I. K. Scliweppenhiser in
Mllllln to Horace Scliweppenhiser for s7.
fiOO. Property of W. 0. Glrton in Hlooinshurg
to M. C. Woodward for 1,023.
People will remember that every Thurs
day nnd Saturday they can get nil kinds of
vegetables at F. S. Klnport's grocery store.
.Mr. Daniel W. Harris lias returned from
Philadelphia with a full stock of New
Goods and has resumed business at the old
Miss Anna Savidge has taken up a schoo
in tills village.
Miss S.ullc Moore is giving music lessons
to some of our young people. Sadie Is a n
A horse owned by Mr. H. W. Appelmau
while being removed from the tread power
threshing machine, aught and tore Its foot
almost entirely off.
Mr. It. II. Guild raised his new barn on
Friends from Lightstreet and lliu West
spent Sabbath with Mr. A. H. Vanliuw.
The Columbia county Sunday School
Convention will lu held In this place on
Tuesday and Wednesday, May !Oth ami
;i!st., and the people of this village and
vicinity aru looking forward to that time
with great interest, nnd to the officers,
pastors, delegates and members in general,
wu would say, cmiiu along. The people
here uru hospitable mid havo enough and
News from The
The roads are again in good condition,
and immciisu quantities umber are haul,
ed down tho creek every day to niooms'.
burg and Kspy. ' ,
The llsldng season has approached and
tho louu llsherinau may bo seen wending
his wny along the creek.
Our popular merchant, J. W. Ammeriuau,
is replenishing his stock of goods, and pre.
paring for the Spring and Summer trade.
Farmers in the vicinity havo about Mulsh-
ed repairing thu damages occasioned by thu
Hood last winter. , J a j. '
.Mr. Hull purposes erecting afbono mill
adjoining bis Haw mill during thu coining
S. C. Slilvu has his nuw chopping mill lu
operation, and farmers can rely upon having
good work done,
Times promise lo lie lively here this sum.
nicr. Kelshlluu Bros., of Hentou, have pur.
chased thu timber tracts of Creasy, Hageiu
buch, and Fleckcu stluu, making u contiuu.
mis tract more than a mile lu length, nnd
are now engaged lu erecting hoarding
shanties and moving lu their lnrgo steam
mill preparatory lo commencing operations.
It Is a big Job. A portion of tho timber Is
rock oak and will yield hundreds of cords
of bail;, anil a number of mm are already
engaged in pcullng. HeUhllnu Hros. aro
active, industrious young men and wu
heartily wish them success,
- ' , UUl'OIII'KII.
Oil Thirty nuyn Trial.
"We will send Dr.Dyn's Celebrated Klectro-
Voltalu Hells and other Kleclrlo ApnllauccB
on trial for thirty days to young men and
older persons who aro afflicted with nerv-
riiis, debility, lost vltultyj'tc.; guaranteeing
spceuy reuei nun complete restoration or vig
or and manhood. Also for llheumiitlsin.Neiu
ralgla.ParalysIa, Liver and Kidney dllllcul.
ties, Ittqituies nnd mnny other illseu.'.es. II.
lustrated pamphlet Bent free. Address
Voltaic Hell Co., Marshall, Michigan.
(let. 'H 'Sl.1v
At a spcclnl meeting of (lie Town Conn,
ell held on Saturday evening Mny Oth, 11.
O. Nenl appeared on behalf of the Hlooms
burg Wntcr Company and requested the
council lo enter Into an ngreement for
water for fire protection, and offered to
furnish the same for five years for $1000 n
year. Hu stated that It costs Danville
$8,800 a year for lire plugs,nnd cited several
other places to bIiow Unit the proposed
rnto is low'ln comparison with other towns.
Ho also read an agreement between Mr.
Ulrkenhinc nud tho Water Company, show
ing that tho nddltlonnl cost of tlio Arc pro
tcctlon nppnratus wns over $17000 more
limit tlio cost of the works for private use
would havo been. Frcas Hrown stated lo
tho council that thu premiums on Insur
ance havo decreased about U0 percent
slncu the town has been supplied with
water. O. It. Hucknlcw Informed the
council that theru was no constitutional
prohibition against making thu contract
nsked for, nnd O. O. Uarkley, Town Sollc
Itor, continued Mr. Hucknluw's opinion.
L. K. Waller offerred the following! "Ik-
w'ved that the offer of the Hloomshiiri!
Water Company to furnish the town of
Hlooinshurg with water for llvu consecu
tive years at $1000 per annum, be nnd the
sniiiu is hereby accepted by tlie town ot
Illoomsbiirg." Messrs. Hartinan, Waller
and Moyer voted yea, and llnssert, Habh,
Sterling and Herring, nay. A motion was
made that all the fire apparatus belonging
to the Town ho disposed of, but a motion
to adjourn cut off discussion.
No proposition of any kind was made by
those who voted ngalnst tho contract, and
the natural inference is that they do not
propose tho town shall liavu a public water
supply during tlio present year. If this is
tho intention tlio majority in tlie council Is
not only doing itself a great Injustice but
it Is making thu Town net In very had
faith toward thu Water Company. Hy ill
reetlon of the Town authorities tire pines
were put lu, after being located by a coin-
inltlce of thu council. A contract was
entered into for six months for 800, and
now nil that is asked is $1000 a year.
Whether this Is too much we aru not pre
pared to say, but it is less than $1000 a
year, nnd it is less than 0 per cent, on the '
cost of the llru protection. If there Is to
be no water, insurance policies taken at
ow rates because of tlie water supply, will
hu cancelled, and higher rates demanded ;
property owners who now pay the bulk of
the taxes will bu compelled to pav more
nsiiraucu than their taxes would amount
while tho man who pays only nn occu
pation tax would not tic affected one way
or the other. To refuse to contract at all
for water, under the idea that such action
s in the Interest of the laboring lpau is a
mistake, nnd to administer the affairs of
tho corporation In that way is not economy.
Sarali Gross Convicted.
The trial of Mrs. Sarah Gross in Court
last week on the chargu of having altumpt-
d to produce an abortion on thu person of
Mrs. Charles Krug, resulting hi tlie death
of tho latter, excited much interest. Thu
evidence though mostly of a circumstantial
character, was overwhelming, and the Jury
found but little trouble in finding a verdict
of gullty, in less than an hour. Mrs. Krug
lied at tlie house of Mrs. Gross, on the 23d
of February last. As theru were many
uspiclous circumstances Mrs. Gross was
arrested on thu Sunday following, and has
been in jail ever since for want of bail. The
evidence nt the trial showed that she had
sent word to Mrs. Krug, making proposl-
is: Hint Mrs. Krug and Mrs. Knlttle her
sister, went to see Mrs. Gross for the pur
pose of having an operation performed ;
that the two went up stairs together leav-
Mrs. Knlttle down ; that Mrs. Krug's
clothing sliowed that shu was dressed dif
ferent froin her usual custom, and her
clothing was very wet when removed from
her. Mrs. Gross told several conflicting
torics about the cause of Mrs. Krug's visit
to her. If she Is not guilty shu is thu un
fortunate victim of n strong chain of cir
cumstances. On Wednesday afternoon
shu was brought Into court and sentenced
to pay a fine of $500 and costs of prosecu
tion and undergo imprisonment in thu
astern penitentiary for four years. Jerry
Gross, the husband, is a hard working
stone mason, and there is no reason to;
believe that lie hud any
knowledge of hls
Perfection tomatoes are tlie best.
Dillon's green houses and get them.
Acme, Paragon and Trophy.
WaBliburu'H United MoiiHter -. '
Hliovvh. ' "
This gigantic enterprise will exhibit nt
Illoomsbiirg, Saturday May 20th. From
the well-known reputation of its pro
prietors for honesty and fair dealing nnd
the factthnt they claim always to fulfil their
advertised promises, together with thu en
dorsement they have everywhere re
ceived from tho Press, it Is said
that It will be in every detail an
exhibition of rare and surprising excellence,
from which everything savoring of vulgari
ty or obscenity has been strictly eliminated,
thus making it an undeniable pleasure to
visit tills model exposition, In the ring
performance, all old worn out and thread,
baru acts havu been abolished, the propri
etors having wisely adopted tho laudable
courso of presenting to the public nothing
but new and attractive features. To ac
complish this end, they have been un
ceasing in their efforts to procure the
leading equestrian and gymnast talent of
tho wholu world, and that they lmveprovcd
eminently successful in their endeavors, is
fully evinced by thu formidable host of
nrcnlu celebrities now engaged to appear nt
each and every performance of this show.
Thu admission to this entertainment
is only !W cents; children, 2!) cents, which
undoubtedly brings a visit thereto within
thu reach of everyone.
Pi:r Animals ani Diseases. One of the,
medical journals, in referring to tin; ease,
with Which gems of contagious diseases,
can bp caught and conveyed lu the hair (it
animals, tells of a cat that had diphtheria
and died in thu housei thu dlscasu broke
out violently the day after thu animal's body
was removed, and two or three children
died yvlth It. Horses with glanders some
times transmit loathsome dlseasutoineu. Thu
hog cholera that was destructive a few years
ago was frequently curried from pen to pen
and drove to drove by rats who atu of the
dead hogs, died, and were lu turn eaten by
other bogs. Some pet animals uru cleanly
in their habits, but as there aro many lo.
callties when cats and dogs roam at largu
and are caressed by every child that eon
lay hands on them there Is good reason
for taking special care against tlie home,
less contingent of est rays.
of Hangok, Slam, will lecturo In thu
Hapllst church or. Monday evening, May 15,
Subject! Slam ami its people.
The lecturer will dress In Ids native cos.
tuine, nud will slug ami read In Ids own
lnugiiaue. Mr. Aduniseu. who Is a student
In the l.'ulvcisity' at l.awislmrg nud Is
highly lecoinmended by President Hill,
(s preparing to piench the Gospel to his
own people. Lecture commences at 8
o'clocR? Admission 15 cents, Chlhlrin 10
Commonwealth vs. J. V. Keller. ' Sell.
Ing liquor without license. Special verdict,
point icscrved by the court. 1
Petition tiled by Hubert V. Howell Jr
for benefit of Insolvent laws.
CSi IM .
oiieriii ncKiiowicilgcd needs In open
ino following ronds were- confirmed
finally i Hoad In Jackson and Bugarloaf
near j'.njau I'cicrnian's. Hoad in Pino
near O. W. Eves. Hoad In Espy. Hoad
in flit, ricasant near Joseph Gilbert's.
ltevlewers appointed on road In Green
wood and Pine near Centre school house.
Heport ngalnst an Independent school
district lu Cntawlssu continued Anally.
Commonwealth vs. Sarah Gross. Abor.
Hon, Cnse tried nnd prisoner found culllv.
.1.1. ... . . .
.uiuiiiuiiiuiuiii yd. ,i. onuui n, in, nni.
pros, allowed on payment of costs.
Heport of Grand Jury submitted as fol.
To 1IIK HoXOIIAIII.K JUIMIKS OK TUB ClIL'lIT
op Qminwi Skssionm ok Coi.vmiiia CortfTY.
The GrandJurors of the Commonwealth
I of Pennsj lvniiln Inquiring for the body of
mo county or Columbia respectfully report
that we have, pursuant to our required thu
ties, calmly ami deliberately Investigated
nil the bills of Indictment presented for
our consideration, nnd have passed upon
them according to their merits.
Wo havu nlso examined the county
buildings and find them in good condition
wltli the following exceptions! The re
corder's olllce is in a bud condition, tho fol
lowing repairs being necessaryi re.paperlng,
painting, window shutters and a new table.
Also the water closet In rear of Court
House is lu a lllthy condition. We would
recommend that thu zinc troughs therein
be removed and poicclaln bowls substitu
ted , and an opening overhead for ventila
tion he made.
We would also recommend that tlie
Court House and jail be connected by tel.
ephone thereby saving valuable time in
the transacting of business between the
two buildings. We nrc of thu opinion
that thu Prothonotnry's olllce Is too small
for the amount of business transacted there
and would recommend an enlargement If
not attended with too great an expense.
Hlooinshurg, Mny 4 1882.
A. II. SlIAIIl'I.ESS,
Inquests on bodies of Samuel Smith of
Centralla, and Jacob Haker Sr. of Heaver,
Ell Mendenhnll, Samuel Applcmnn and
A. Hnrtmaii appointed reviewers of a road
In Fishingcrcek near Ell Pcaler's.
G. W. Supplee, W. It. Demott and H. F.
Fruit appointed viewers of road in Green
wood near J. W. Eves.
Miles Okeier, James McMahou and Ellas
Howell appointed viewers of a brldgo in
Greenwood near W. H. Master's.
Matthew McIIenry, John Fritz and Alex
Kanouse appointed reviewers of a road
in Pine near Centre school house.
Heport of committee on admission of
W. II. Suyder to the bar, filed, and appll
cant sworn In as an nltorney.
Petition lo amend return in estate of
George Leiby, tiled.
Clara Dlltz vs. Abrnm E. jjlltz, C. H.
Hrockway appointed commission to take
H. Buckingham appointed commission
to take testimony on contested will of
Esther Evans deceased.
Agplleation of John J. Grant for restaur,
ant license heard, nml license granted.
John H. Shullz nppointcd guardian of
minor children of John C. Parker.
Salu of real estate, ordered in estate of F.
Hcbccca Laycoek vs. Geo. Laycock sub
poena in divorce allowed.
Petition for allowance in estate of W. A.i
Zimmerman, out of the funds in hands of
testamentary guardian presented and cita
C. (1, Harklcy appointed auditor in the
estate of Thomas Stnckhouse.
Christian Kester vs. Susan Kester, peti
tion for divorce, subpoena allowed.
Partition awarded in estate of William
Petition for specitio Performance of con
traet In estate of Martin Lunger, tiled.
Workmanship of county bridge near
Klinu s over Green creek approved.
Clinton Ellis appointed commission iu
lunacy in casu, of Clark Harder.
Henry Hurleinan, Henry Wagner and
.Ysu Yorks appointed viewers of road in
Sugnrloaf near J. W. Diltz.
'Commonwealth vs. P. Stroup, nol. pros.
allowed on payment of costs. .'
Commonwealth vs. J. R. Yohc. Put over
until noxt term.
Commonwealth vs. J. ' Hintcrliter and
wife. Put over until next term.
Estate of Caleb II. Glrton, petition al
lowed to execute mortgage us prayed for.
In matter of division of Fishing creek
and Hilar creek townships, depositions
Heport of auditors on review of account
In estate of Peter Gearlmrt confirmed nisi.
Dr. Hurler, It. S. Howell, and II. G.
Creveling appoliitad a committee lu lunacy
of Lizzie Doun.
F. P. Hilhneyer appointed auditor to dis
tribute estate of John Huston.
Asa Delly appointed supervisor of Mon
lour township, to till vacancy.
bnlu ordered iu estate of I. Hutchinson.
John .Monroe appointed constable of
Moses McIIenry appointed guardian of
Alice and .Mny McIIenry.
Monday, May 8th.
M. Cox vs. John Leggott, ease tried, ver
dict for defendant.
W. Sclicchlerly vs. Elizabeth W. Souder,
This was an action of ejectment fora house
and lot In Espy. It lias been tried twice
before In this court, and been twice to thu
Supi-emu court. The verdict wns for the
On petition tho naniu of Anna M. Cmim
tiiiiuyuii hi .uiiia .u. iicnuersnnii,
t ... ,f i ... 1
It. M, Hecder appointed irunrdhui nfW. T
Itvport of hridzu insnectors in I.opukI
near a., -n. joiiusou's approved. .
..William Kramer aniiolntud tFiuirdlim of
m-uccca o, I'limier, a minor.
Petition presented to vacate allev in
Charles Miller. Chris. Small and II.
oiilile br. appointed viewers of road
J, S. Lazarus vs. Davidson Hrelsh. ensu
ii ten, veruici lor piainiiu lor iyi.'o.ou.
Partition awarded lu estate of Elizabeth
Sarah Gross sunlenccd on Wednesday
afternoon to pay a line of $.100 and tht
costs of prosecution, ami underiro an Ini.
priaoiuncnt lu thu eastern penitentiary for
Parvlu Eves estate, petition of mlintuis
iraior to rnlsu funds on Sullivan county
1 i . .it..., i .i .
minis, men aim uccrco inane.
Petition of Jacob Smith for divorce pro
semen, ami suupirua awarded.
If the lady who reads this pnrd when in
want of Spool Cotton will ask
"O. NI T."
shu will obtain thu very best thread made.
Ask for Clark's "O. N. T." Cotton am
Bee that you get It.
For sale by ull leading dealers. 1
"Wells' Health Henewer" lestores henltl
and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence
rH'Mini iicimity, $t
COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Oshorn's Family Paints ready for usu are
uiu must convenient article oi mo Kind, nil
shades nnd colors, put up in I, I nnd pint
cans. Wo furnish a can of paint and brush
for 2.1 cents,
Saxollne Petroleum Jelly, used for bums
scalds and sores of every kind; It Is good
nun cuenp. snxouno romado ror tlie lialr,
highly. perfumed, 25 cents. Av.i
o r '
Glycerine Lotion. To ladles nnd children
or any person wltli n flue sensitive skin nnd
whose complexion Is nffectcd by tho Weather
catlslmr redness, numbness nml rlmimlm.
.i.i. T.ii.. ,. i.. i .. -""II B
una 1.UUDU is invaiuaoie. ah excellent ap
plication to tlio fncu nfter shaving. Lnrgo
bottles 25 nnd 60 cents.
Our Stock of I III 1 r mill Tnnlli l,rn.l,..u 1,i
been replenished nnd ronlnl ns Hfitnii ffnr.il
Wu Cnrrv It complete nml well unWteil
stock, nud competent nelsons nrenlwuvs In
attendance to supply the wants of our pnt
rons. Wo study to please, nnd believe we
enn supply you with everything in our line
economically, satisfactorily and In a manner
calculated to Induce to join in tlio verdict,
that our store Is tht place to trade. Honlntr
to see many rentiers of tlie Coi.umiiias at
our place of business shortly nud soliciting
a share of your esteemed patronage, were
main Veiv Trulv Yours
N. J. Hendershott.
Fans nrc coming nt I. W. Hnrtmnii's.
Go to W. E. Geddls. Hallroad street for
general collection of meen house nnd bed.
ding plants. npl 7-'Jm
A new lot of those Western Docket
knives at I. W. Itartmnu's.
Calicos ut C. C. Murr's for 0c per yard.
Hest dress irlnnhams 121 cents a vanl nt
I.titz & Sloan's.
Beautiful llowcrs nnd choice nlanls for
sale cheap at Dillon's Green Houses.
I. W. Hartman's parasols will be In store
n a few days, don't buy before you see
Do not buy dress coods without sceln!f
Lutz & Sloan's stock.
C. C. Murr hns enlarged his storo room
just go nnd see how well it looks.
The llnest Cut Flowers nnd Floral de.
signs for Weddings, Parties, Funerals, &c.
can be purchased at Dillon's Green Houses.
r lowers packed and shipped by mail or
express when the journey is not over two
AVe have now oncn n full lino of ladles'
and chlldrens' trimmed and untriinmed
hats and bonnets. Call and see prices lower
than ever. Clark & Son.
Ladles' Summer skirts 50 cents to ftl.75.
nt 1. W. Hartman's.
C. C. Marr still sells the best svrup for
Flour and feed can always lie had at
Mien's East end grocery. april 7-tf
In the absence of John Wolf, farmers
wanting farm machinery will please call at
W. H. Allen's. april 7-tf
Nuw stock of calicoes nud muslins nt
Lutz & Sloan's.
The news goes over the county every
av that I. W. Hartman's Is the place to
buy goods for ready pay.
If you want a black or colored silk dress
:ro to Clark & Son's.
C. C. Marr
lias the llnest 01c sugar in
As good cigars as can be found in town
aru kept at W. H. Allen's East end gro
cery, upril 7-tf
Lawns and dress ginghams aru on hand
nt I. W. Harlmnn's.
Go to W. E. Geddls. Hallroad street for
curly vcgctablu plants, of all varieties. 3m
Nov. 4. "si -cm
Nun's veilings, huntings, powder cloth
r any kind of dress goods you may want
go to Chirk ifc Son's. Thuy nru offering some
All colors In wool carpet chain nt C. C.
Furmcra dcallne at W. H Allen's can bo
accommodated with stabling, aiir. 7-tf.
C. C. Murr wants slde.shoulder and hams.
will pay the highest price iu market.
Vf. H. Allen has Inst opened u lot of new
goods, embracing llnu groceries, glass
ware, painted china, queensware, &c. All
of the best, nnd at tlio lowest prices.
Cull and seu our susli,
buttons, fringes, loops,
collars Arc. at
Clark Sc Son's.
C. C. Marr wanlsuicegee.se feathers.
For brocade, watered, siirruh or plain
siik go 10 i.iuz iv Dioan s.
Gents' driving gloves nt I. W. Hartman's.
Thu largest assortment and greatest vari
ttv of staplo and fancy goods to be found
In one storo Is nt Clark Jc Son's.
Great ltargalns at C. VT. Low's in Orar.
die ns lie is selling out his entire stock of
goods amounting to about six thousand
dollars at cost. april 14 tf
Go to C. C. Marr for cheap cnsslmers for
men nnd poys wear.
All kinds of paper, pencils, pens.
nnd envelopes at the Coi.I'MIiian store.
James, If you haven't 11 ulrl taku some
boys and wu will all go to
1. r. L'AI.DWKI.I.V,
PILES! PILES! PILES!
A Sure Ctii'ti '011111I nt l,iu,f I
No One Need Stiller 1
A 81110 cure for blind, blccdim;. iteiiiiiL'
and ulcerated plies has been discovered
by Dr. N Illlain, (an Indian remedy,) called
Dr, William's Indian Ointment. A single
box has cured lliu worst chronic cases of
A nr ltd vi.tiru Lt,iiwllir V ..1
- " J .,... ',,, -, J V1U lIUlll
stiller llvo minutes after applying this won
derful soothing medicine, Lotions, Instni.
ntenis ami electuaries do more harm than
good. William's Ointment absorbs thu
tumors, allays thu Intense itching, (partic.
tilarly at night nfter getting warin lu bed,)
acts as a poultice, gives instant and naln.
less relief, and Is prepared only for piles
ivc., ami lor uoiiiing else.
Head what Hon. J. 31. Coliinberry of
Cleveland says about Dr. William's
Indian Pile Ointment t I have used scores
of pile cures, and It nlTonls mo pleasure to
say that I have never found anything which
gavu niu such Immediate and permanent
relief as Dr. William's Indian Ointment.
For sale by all druggists or mailed
icceipi in price, syi.ou,
HBWRV &. CO., rrop'rs.
03 Visey St., New York.
on, what A oofunl .
ill you heed the warning. Tlio signal
perhaps of the sure approach of Hint more
icrnnio disease uoiisumptioil. Ask your.
selves If you enn afford for tho sake of
saving no els., to run the risk and do both
lug for It. A c know from excrlcnco that
oiiuou'b 1'iirc win cure your Cougli. It
never falls. This explains why more thnn
a Million bottles were sold the past year.
ii relieves Croup, nnd Whooping Cough, nt
once. .Mothers do not be Without It. For
lame back, side, or chest, usu Shlloli's
I'orus Plaster. Sold by J. H. Klnports.
(IIIATKFDI, TO INVALIDS.
Floreslou Coloirno is urate fill to Invalids.
because It is refrcshlnir without the sick.
cuing eiiects oi most perrtimc.
TDK ItltlllKsr HANK.
Made from harmless mntcrlals.aiid ndnnt
ed to the needs of fading nud fulling hair
Paiker's Hair Balsam has tnken the highest
rank ns nn elegant nnd re ah u in r re.
DVSl'KI'SIA AMI I.IVKII COMPLAINT. '
Is it not wortli the small price of 75 cents
to free yourself of every svmiitom of these
distressing complaints, If you think so cnli
nt our store nnd get a bottle of Slilloli's
itallzer, every bottlu has a printed iruur.
nntce on It, use accordingly and if It docs
you no good it will cost you nothing. Sold
by J. II. Klnports.
Clears out rats. mice, roaches. Hies. ants.
bed-bugs, skunks, chipmunks, uophcrs.
We have a speetly and positive curu for
catarrh, dipthcrla, canker mouth nnd
headache, iu Shiloh's Catarrh Itemedy. A
nasal Inlcctor free with each linllle. ITsn
It If you desire health and sweet breath.
rnce w cents, sold liy J. II. Klnports.
lteiniirkable for overcomlnn diseases
caused by impure water, decaying vege
tation, etc., is mown s iron isittcrs.
Mr. J. Mnrsh, Hank of Toronto. Out..
willesi "Hlllousness and dvspepsla seem
o have urown up with niu: hitviiitr been a
sufferer for years, I have tried many reme
dies, hut with no lasting result until I used
our Ilurdoek Hlood Hitters. They have
icen truly a blessing to inc. and I cannot
speak too highly of them." Price SI. 00.
O. Hurtle. Manchester, N. Y., was troub
led with jisthma for eleven years. Had
been obliged lo sit up .sometimes ten or
twelve nights iu succession. Found im
mediate relief from Tlioinas'"Eclectrlc Oil.,
and is now entirely cured.
Dr. Frnzicr's Rout Bitters.
Frazler's Hoot Hitters aru not a dram
shop whiskey beverage, but are strictly
medicinal in every sense. They net strong
ly upon the liver nnd kidneys, keep the
bowels open and regular, maku thu weak
strong, lienl the lungs, build up the nerves
and cleanse the blood and system of every
For di..lness. rush of blood to the head.
tending to apoplexy, dyspepsia, fever and
ague, dropsy, pimples and blotches, scrof
ulous humors nnd sores, tetter, ring worm,
white swelling, erysipelas, soru eyes and
for young men suffering from weakness or
debility caused by Imprudence, and to
females lu delicate health, Frnzicr's Hoot
Hitlers are especially recommended.
i;r. i ritzier : 1 nave used two buttles or
Itoot Hitters for dyspepsia, dizziness,
weakness, and kidney disease, and thev
did me more good than the doctors, and
all thu medicine I ever used. From the
tlrst dose I took 1 began to mend, and I
am now iu perfect health, and feel as well
as I ever did. I consider your medicine
one of the greatest of blessings.
MItS. M. MAHTIN, Cleveland, O.
Sold hy all druggists everywhere nt ijl per
m:XSr& CO.,sole PropWs
U2 Veeii SI. A'ew York.
HvDr. Frnzicr's Magic Ointment. Cures
s if by magic, pimples, black heads or
rubs, 'blotches and eruptions on tho face.
caving the skin clear, healthy and beauti
ful. Also cures itch, barber's Itch, salt
rheum, letter, ringworm, scald head,
chapped hands, soru nipples, sore lips,
old obstinate ulcers nnd sores, &c.
F. Drake, Esti., Cleveland. O,. suffered
beyond all description from a skin dis
ease which appeared on his bunds, head
nnd face, ami nearly destroyed Ills eyes.
The most careful doctoring "failed to help
mm, and alter an nau lulled lie used Dr.
Frnzicr's Mncic Ointment nnd was cured
by a few applications.
iHJTlie first and only positive cure for
skin diseases ever discovered.
Sent by mail on receipt of price. 50 cents.
IlENHY & CO., Solo Prop'rs,
02 Vi:F.v Sr., Nuw YoitK.j
For blind, bleeding, Itching or ulcerated
piles im. William's inuian pii.k ointment Is
h sura cure. Piicu 1.00 by mail. For
sale by all Druggists.
Caitj-nalmmTowiiftlilp iiuil tViitrulin Four III
net lor tlio venr l.uillntf April II, INK?.
C. O. MUItPHY, Collector ot Special Tax.
To am't. of Centralla Borough du
plicate at I mill. $115 91
"am't of Conynchnm township
duplicaio at, 5 mllK 2.433 33
Br am't ot unseated land tax re-
lurucurrom Dor. implicate. 2ss
" am't ot unseated hind tax re
turned from twp. duplicate 73 39
" am't of exonerations and errors
on bor. dup tcntn. 2 07
" ain't of exonerations nnd errors
ou township duplicate 3113
' collector s commission on bor
ough nud township duplicate,
U.4M 40 M 5 per cent 123 3)
" um'la paid win. Krlckbaum.
Dec. 5, IsSl (LOGO 00
Dee. 13, " oj61
Dec. 29, " 118 ou
11 com. on (1.311 09i.J per ct. 4dc
lialaico duo tho district. 19904
We. the undersigned Auditors ot Centralla bor
ough and conyngham township havo examined
iiua ueeuuut April i, sz anu nnu u correct.
U. 1 LUItllA.I,
J. V. W. HILKY,
Borough ot Centralla Auditors.
Connghani Township Auditors.
Attest: Jno, 1. IIahnow, Clerk.
C. (I. Ml'lll'IIY, Collector or poor Tax.
To am't ot borjugh duplicate at 5
mills (541 is
"nm'tot township dupllcato at
10 mills 4,806 24
(5 410 4 3
By am't of unseated land tax
from borough dupllcato teturu
od for collection. 14 23
" nm't ot unseated tand tax re.
turned from twp dupllcato. 110 70
11 ain't ot exoucru tons and errors
on borough duplicate is it
" am't of exonerations and errors
on township du llcate 7 83
" uin'i of collector's commission
on (J iC4 39ev3 per cent am't of
bo uugh and township dupll
CllttS 203 22
" am't paid Into treasury s.uoi 21
We. the umlerslL'noJ Auditors ot itentmlln Itor
ough and C'onlliuliain townshln havu examined
tho uiono account April 7 iss2,uud uud It bjrrect.
J. 1'. W. ItlLKV,
Auditors for Centralla borough.
Auditors for Township of Conyugluin,
A lest! JNo.r. IIankon, clerk.
Treasurer of Centralla llorougu and Couynghain
tuUMUi reur immui.
To um't received from Collector (3,Ool is
ami 01 usance 1 rum 15,9 s 11
11V OHIIKKS IIKDKKUKh.
No 112. Nov 12. '78. II r" Curry, horse iilie
ar.11 keeping vagrants til
No i7, Deo 7, '7,!' K lluck, hanlware 4
no 'xi. ueo 1, i, r e ihick, nam wan
No 8. May 22, '79. Thos (Ullagher, svr
No 21, Aug to, '19, l' U lluck, hardn-ai
No 57. Dto 7, '19, Yeager & tiro, lead
iter A: iiro. latliHr l
N04, DiO 2J, so, 11 w Davis, ralnt and oil 21
No 5, Deo 23, 'so, (I V DaWs, medicine ti
wo, Apiusw, ou, rtiuny nuey, nursing .
No 75, April so, vo, lirldgit tleilty, nurs- -
ing Mrs nuyiau
no 10, Ain u ou, ov, .Mra j Mcrity, mil king
No 94, Juno 2, 's), l' k Buck, hardwaio 11
nu iiu, Aug 1, r 1. Mueii, iiarawaio VII
wo 121, epl in, 'mi. u (i Murphy, uidse oeo
NO 123, bOl t 10, kll.l UUCk.phO'phU'O to 5
No 121, Oct 2, 'so.Lebuiion Mutual Fire lu.
Nu 127, oct 2, 'so, v 0 Murphy mdso
Nu 131, Octal, 'no, i F Burke, bervtces
No 139, Oct 30, 's 1, p K lluck, Ii irdware
Nolls, octso, V), Ahlhy Itlloy, nurilog
No iw, Doo 4, '60, Wm Peltier, boarding
No 15 , Dec 4, so, llohrbacli A Co llmo
Nou, Jans, -81, Montcuus Veager, rt-
No is, .lan s, 'si, Yvm I'cirrcr. coil and
No H, .inn s, 81, Tlios (itrltr, coal and
No in, .un 21, "8 , Wm Urraon, Attorner
No it, .Tin t, " "
No 18. Fen 18, " I. A Illley A Co coal
No it, " " Marr curler, rent
No si, March 6," Win I'dtfer, boordlLif
Nosn. March , " II p Folk, smltllne
oei, ' 84, ' Irvln Steele, statlonciy
N3 so, " H M Ijisliell, profes
No8T Warcli so, si, C O Murptiy. soi vices
No US. Marrli SI. ' (1 (. Murr.hr. tml.n
No-O, Apill 2, " I) f Curry, liorsetitro
No 41, Aprl " I' F Hurko, salary
No 4, April 9 " Tlios chapman, tcrvlcos
.uf', niwiu iTRiso, scrvicos
" ' Thou Ualiagher, services wsso
( W Ilavla. mpillrlnn
Hamuel Kr ller, salary
v ll Hocsholu.secd wheat
'LI104. CllftnrnAn. nrnnnn.
ttnn on dUDllcato or ;s
NO 63, May 28, -81, 1, A tiller A: Co mdso
Nor.i, i) o lllaclc, mdso
nom, urar Lang-ion, profej-
Noon, .May 8H, "I)r It M Ushel', profes
Now, Mayas, '" Jis Collier, attending
No 63, Mar 88, " Catlmlne Cnrr, attend-
leg small pox
No U, July 2, " (leo W Straucr, lime
No 7 1.
No 76 July
NO tA. "
- pin i neuer, moner an-
" llobcrt Oorrell, wagon
" J O'Connor, homo hire
" (loo v Davis, meiltclno
"OO Murrhy, motlng n
No 81, '
No 81, July
No St. July
Tlios Humble, sowing
' Wm nrrson, Attorney
' C (1 Murnlir.movlncr Mm
Nosi, Aug n " Ann Oerlty.nurslDK Mrs
No 83, Aug IJ JosflHrnlth. burner
Nosl.spet 8, " 1) li Mack, horse hire
N08(i, aui? is " Klwell lilttcnbcndcr
N'J 88, Hcpt 8, HI, Dr H M basnetl, rrofes-
No 83, hept 8, ' Win Peltier, Iceplnir va-,
Not)'. Hent " " Tlios Chinman.scrvlcci
Nos, ocl S), " 1 r L A bujclcr, profes
No 0 , oct sj, I!6auon Mutual Insur
ance Co nscs.mcnt
No 91, oct !9, "81, Mrs Oitlgiu), supplies
No SM, Nov
" uaico ii i.uawitf, nnr-
No 07. Nov 5,
N108, ' '
No ion, Nov ;,
No 10', ucc 3,
No 102, Dee 3,
No liu, " '
w. re, Arc
Novo, Deo 16,
" Saml ltelnbold, c!der,&c
" (lahlon Uurd, '
" Jno Murray.nurslng rut
' Widow flerlty, nursing
" D O lHacfc, horso hire
" David K Keller, hard-
" P F Ilurke, services
" Tlios Chariinan. snrvlcpn
Noios.jan 6, '82 11 J Dyke, supplies
No 109, " " ' '
iso un, a ii ronncr, norso niro
N01I2, " " " I V Ilurke, sundries
Noim, Feb 4, " Wm I'clHer, boarding va
grants Nol2 " 11, "Thos Chapman, services
No lso, " " " 1' F Ilurke. services
No 1X7, " " " Tlios chapman, services
No 12J, March 4," Abram Krelsher, lnp;ct-
No ml. March " " J M Owlnncr, medical
Itecclpt of Adam waldner on account of
ronatrs at poor house
Hy commi&sioa on jr,tJ5 81 jj 2 per cent
balance due C (1 Murphy, Treasurer
We. tho undf rittrned. Aud'tors of Convncham
townsnlp and Contrail liorough, havo examined
tho t.rcgolng account. April 7, mi, and find It cor
11. 1. CIJRKAN.
Auditors tjr tho Borough ot centralla.
1' VTItlCK HALEY,
Auditors for Oonyngham Township.
Attest. Jno. r. llannon. Clerk.
List cf unredeemed orders Issued during the year,
irom April w, i:oi w April o, i?bi.
No 07 May V8, V31 Casper lthawn, clothing
to 71, July 1,
Jo 7i. '
" Wm Helwlg, s.-rrtcos
" Win Fink, smithing
"J (i Drown, publishing
" P E Duck, hardware, to
A F llurmau, repairing
" Thos F Mtllor. meat
No "8, July 30,
No 96, Nov B,
Nona. Nov l'J,
No ins, Deo 3.
No i 6, Dec 15,
No 1.1. Jan 0,
" Mrs J O'Connor.horso hlro
' 1" R lluck, phosphates.Ac
" I) F Curry, horso hire
' 2, Adam Wildiur, re airs
" Samuel Keller on ac-
Nous, Jan C,
No in, June,
" Samuel Keller ou hc-
" A nsy Miller work on farm
' Jer Kostenbauder.ptough
" o U .Mtll.nl, md-e
No 110, Jau 0,
No U, Jan 0,
No 117, Fen 4,
No 118, "
No 12', "
"LA Illley & Co mdso
Uurke Uros. comns
NO 122, "
No 121, "
No 128, March 4
" (leo W Davis, medicincs.io 70 si
" Mrs s Keller.wmes or maid 72 lu
" Drs Vastlne Mears med-
N9 no, March 4," Henry Ileaver.smlthlng
Nn 131. '
uauici ic..ci . bum ,uu
" S muel ltelnbold, mending 13 65
" Wm llelwlg services o so
' M l, Ullllg.repairs wagon.lia 3 75
" Thos (ferity, farm utensils 7 60
18, "MraMtuulre, nurslne Mc-
"Dr McKlbbln, professional
Jno Murray nursing Mc-
"C u Murphy mdso 487 39
" C (l Murphy mdsu 112 6
" Wm Uryson ntty 25 oo
21 Lout hehnelder meat for '76 3 7o
11 J Di ke moat tor sick 7 7ti
" .1 II Johnson moat ror tick 9 97
" O (I Murphy raid Harrlsburg
No 140 '
No 141 '
No 149 April 1 S2 v E Buck hardware and"
bced 25 SO
No 149 ' " LA Illley t: Co coal 47 60
No 150 " " A 11 Church coal 7 00
No 152 " 7 " C O Murphv indie C039
No 133 ' I. A nuey x uo maso ixi du
No 154 " " oeo W Davis medicine 24 24
No 153 " "O 11 Millard mdso 11250
No lfss " " Sam ueuer money tor sup
plies , "2 02
No 157 " " Sain Keller salary 200 00
No 133 " " Sam Ktltcr salary isooo
Outstanding liabilities tyr which no orders have
David WalsU services rendered dis
Thomas Oallagher services render-
ea amrict ij
Thomas Clwpman sen Ices rendered
r F lmrko services rendered tho dls-
U1VIP WAI.S1I, T112A8D1IEK.
To balance ot special tax for 'so
By bAlanco duo htm as per act of "Wi J 2 ss
receipt. 01 uouniy Auaiiuronpr.
311. si 65 00
By services rendered tho district as
The following balances are due the district by
tho otllcers named viz:
Neat Lenlhan as collector for '75 (937 00
Thomas (lertiy for Kdward Cuiloy
as treasurer lor 'ia
iatk lturLo treasurer for '70 68s SS
James Dalley treasurer for '7 si 31 lsis.87
Census of Poor House April 7, 's2
Number of males 7
Number of females 7 14
Steward's account of produco from farm for jear
8l2bushclscor In tho car a 41) 124 o
10 " buckwheat o 1.110 10 (hi
UO " wheat oi 1.23 137 50
42 " ryotrf I.00 4J00
2S6 " CsltS 1.4 60 CtS H'JOO
tons hny ta 20.0.1 lso 0
4 uus onions (t 1
2 bus beets at ti 50 cts 1 00
440 beads cub on go (4 4 Cts 17 so
1 tons cornioauer (. 10.ee. iu uu
13.9 lbs pork acts i'J 74
360 lbs beef cs 6 cts 17 80
113 busne s potatoes a, i.ou 115 00
75 read poultry ot 20 cts is 00
Produce on hand April", '82.
3 tons hay o 20.00 6000
w ton corn icujer ( lw.w 0 iw
2 ' btraw ( 12.00 21 co
5 bushels wheat M 1.25 0 25
4 " buckwheat 1,00 4110
3 ) ' oats (4 so CIS 15 uo
so " potatoes Q 1.00 3000
400 lbs pork (.-.H els 2401
too lb i lard w 10 cts 10 00
33 gals v Inegar ( 12 cts 4 20
I'erboual propjrty on hand April T, '62.
t horses (3, 100.00
4 cows 1.4 tse.ee.
2 hellers (: 20.
1 1 bhoau (4 8.00
2 large wagons 1 50.00
1 spung wugon
I seed drill
t threshing ranch no .
1 Iiin rako
1 old curriago
x sun harness
1 bet ut carriage harness
1 v uceiuurruw
llousehotild furnlturo on hand April T, 1882,
21 beds and bedding
2 heating stoves
1 round table
1 down common chalis
X iloion cano bottom chairs
3 bedroom stands
J looking glasses
3 kitchen tables
1 falling leaf tablo
50 yards Ingrain catH)t
Wo do hereby certify that thu roreiwi np klnti.iTii.iit
to bo correct to tho best of our knowledge and
Audllor4 for towluhlp
II. I. t't'KHAN,
J. I. W. HlLSV
Auditors for borough
Attest, John I', Haunou,