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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUllGr, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
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0. 2. ELV7ELL, VMm
FltlDAY, SEPTEMBER 8tli, 1882.
Notice to Democrats,
Last tiny for being assessed nntl reg'
islcrctl ThurBil.iv. September Ttli.
Last day for paying taxes Saturday,
Last day for being naturalized Sat
unlay, October 7th.
Tlio only two newspapers published
by colored men in tins staio ny tno in
dependent republican flag.
The Dcor directors of the Stato will
meet in convention at Somerset on tbo
11th of September.
Hotirv M. Set lev. Esq. has been at)
pointed" by Gov. Iloyt as tho Presi
dent Judge of tho Judicial district
composed of Way no and Pike coun
As wo go to press we learn that on
tho lourteenlli Hanoi oi tno uonL'rees
iotiril Conferees at Maueh Chunk, tho
vote stood j Brodlicad, 0 ; Uuckalew,
4 ; Gorman, 3 ; Jules, C j Lowis, 2.
Tlio result of the Garland-Addison
duel trial in Virginia Beems to bo on a
par with tho verdict in tho celebrated
Mallcy case in New Haven. There was
somebody murdered, but the court was
tiuabio to aecide mat mo man wno uiu
tho killintr was cuiltv of murder. Tho
law must bo charged with another fail
D. W. Connollv has been nominated
for Congress by tho democrats of Lack
nwanna county, and Luzorne county
will nrobablv ratify this action. With
only ono candidate in tho field tho do
inocraoy of that district ought to oleot
him, and givo ocranton a nacK seat.
Tho Star Itoute trial is Btill m pro
nresa at Washincton. Tho evidence
was closed, and counsel have been ad
dressing the jury for about two weeks.
While there is no question as to wheth
er the defendants ought to be convicted,
there is some anxiety lest tho jury may
The Lewisburc Chronicle which has
been encouraging the independent tick
et, has hoisted Heaver s name, the isoss
cs having got tho upper hand of tho
editor 1 ho closinc reason given tor tho
chango is that the paper may lose somo
subscribers by not supporting tho rect'
ular republican ticket. That paper's
heart appears to be reached through its
The chairman of tho National Labor
party of this State has sunt a comma
mention to the chairmen of the Dora
ocratic, Republican, and Independent
committees, respectively, asking them
to name ono or moro speakers to meet
men whom lie will name, m a series ot
joint political discussions throughout
tho state. As JJeaver has not yet ac
cepted Stewarts challenge, it is doubt
lul whether ho will comply.
The Philadelphia Almshouse officials
have at last come to grief. They have
been carrying on a system of plunder
ing for somo years, and their pecula
tions have just been discovered. Major
1 hipps lias absconded alter being ar
rested, and over $7,000 worth of goods
have been found in his possession that
wero bouLdit with the niiblio monev
Ho is stiliin hiding but tho officers are
alter him. There will be somo aston
ishing developments before the storm
The congressional conference is now
m si-snon at jMauch Uluitik, Mr. istiuka
lew and his confrees, Messrs. Lowen
berg, ( lyrus MoIIenry, and JTocum be
ing in attendance. Mr. Buckalew has
every reason to expect the nomination,
Ho has theconforees of Columbia and
Lackawanna, and ono at least from Lu
y.orne, and the Montour and Monroo
delegation arofavorablo after their can
didatcs aro off. We expect to hear of
Mv. Jsuekalews nomination without
much of a contest.
It is likely that Jay Ilubbel's black
mailing levy on tho otlico holders will
cost more than it will como to. Tho
Philad'a Press thinks that "at such
juncture, to insult the moral sense of
tho country and estrange its own indo
pendent voto by chasing down unpaid
nueiwments iu Department corridors at
Washington is one ot those political
blunder which approach the weakest
ot all cniuf'8 suicide, It is ot opin
ion that "a genuine servico will be
done the hopeful Republican leaders
on the congiessional committee it their
collectors are kicked out of the depart
ments, and tho scandal ceases out of
tho laml. Nor can tho administration
do moro for itself thau by doing right
in this matter. Ono class, it is true.
will always be in favor of assessments
the thieves and strikers. It is not
of course, truo that every man in favor
ot assessments is a thiel ; but every
thict is in iavorot assessments. Dor
soy, wo know, believes in them, and
probably every man indicted with him
MAHONE'S TIGHT IN VIRGINIA.
The straightout Republican State
Committee met at Richmond last
week, Thursday, and put John W
Woltz, of Fredericksburg, in the Mold
for Congress in tho l'irst District
against Mahono's candidate. Th
committee also designated a number
ot prominent colored and white speak
cis to canvass the State. The Anti
Mahone Republicans, under the direo
tion of tho Democrats, aro making
preparations for a vigorous opposition
to iUalionos continued supremacy in
that btate. In all of these movements
the hand of ex Secretary lllaino is
plainly visible. Ho is in daily commu
- nirntion with the straightout loader
and it is believed is lurmshing somo
means with which to conduct tho fight
Several prominent colored politic
inns, who have been the political
fiicnda of tho Senator from tho very
inception ot his movement, luwt
within tho past few days deserted him
and are now making war upon htm
Some of his conservative white leaders,
too, aro rostivo under his arbitrary and
tyrannical modo of conducting tho
canvass. Nearly all tho Muhoneito
candidates for Congress havo been
Boleetcd with an eyo to their tractabil
ily by "Ross" Mahone. Tho claims of
munv of tho best men in tho various
districts wero disregarded for thoso
Mahono could moro easily inllueiice.
The Senator has scoured an immense
campaign fund, and will lavish it tipou
. . ... . ...
The Assistant Stalwart Oaniliuatc.
Thomas A. Armstrong, tho guberna
torial candldalo of the commercial
greenback coneerii, is on his travels
p . . ..... . ...
In democrntlo districts doing wnai no
can to help Hoss Cameron by endeavor
ing to draw votes from Pattlsoii. llu
mado n speech at Reading on Wednes
day night and will of courso perambu-
lato tho mining regions wncio no nopes
to advance the interest ot uamcron uy
llvidinc tho anti-machine vote. Let
Mr. Armstrong's pilgrimage bu traced
on tho map oftho stato and it will bu
seen that he is giving tho greater part
of his time to points at which the dem
ocratic voto is heaviest. Ho is attempt
ing to repeat tho Mason game of 1878
which was played throui'houi miner
tho direction of M. S. Quay. Arm
strong is a stalwart republican, never
voted a deinooratio ticket in his life,
hates tho very namo of democrat and
his nrt'tended championship of the
causo of labor is simply intended to di
vert voles lrom ruuison in uuiur iu
strengthen tho stalwart candidate, Rea
ver. Ilia canvass is iu tho hands of
politicians who have been tlio tools of
Cameron in tho past and who were en
gaged in tho plot by which the labor
voto was betrayed to the boss in 1878
through the candidacy ot Jiason. uno
of these delectable politicians, Leo
Crandall, of Washington City, traveled
over this stato last full on the pretense
of reorganizing tho greenback faction
but in fact to deliver as many green
back votes as possible to General Rally,
tho stalwart candidate for stato treas
urer. Frank Heath, the chairman of
tho Armstrong stato committee, prints
a newspaper at Corry, which sails un
der greenback colors but piraie-iiKO
trains its guns upon tlio opponent of
the boss. C. N. Rrumm, of Schuylkill,
who was sent to congress through the
manipulation of tho republican vote by
denutv boss Losch, Secretary Quay s
chief clerk, is another of Mr. Arm
strong's trusted lieutenants. Tho ear
marks of Cameron aro too plaiuly visi
ble in tho organization ot tho green
back stato committee tor Armstrong to
succeed in deluding any body with his
pretense of equal hostility to both tho
democratic and republican parties. Ho
is simply and solely an assistant stal
wart candidate, put out as a decoy to
aid the bosses in bagging his game,
All his demagogy ' about building
up a class party, ull his fino
speeches about the rights of tho peoplo
whose votes ho seeks to coniroi tor tne
ndirect benefit of tho stalwart maelnno
will fail to deceive intelligent men who
will investigate his political antecedents
and surroundings. 1'atriol.
Heading's. Uig Mortgage.
Tho Philadelphia Record of tho 1st
inst., says that tho largest mortgage
over recorded m this state, and perhaps
in tho United States, has been entered
in tho office of tho recorder of deeds m
that city. Tho exceptional document
is tho blanket mortgago ot tlio I'tnia
dclphia and Reading railroad company
devised by President Gowen for tho
relief of the company, and is tor alou,
000,000. Tho loan is in the form of a
5 per cent, consol, and is a joint mort
gago by tho lailroad and coal and iron
companies, and is executed to the I'cun
svlvania company tor insurance on
lives aud granting annuities. It covers
200 pages of legal oap, and is a most
formidable looking instrument.
Au officer ot the railroad company
says that but ten copies ot tho dooti
mcnt had been printed, and they wero
forwarded froxi Loudon, but that others
would probably arrivo by tho next in
coming steamer. There was informa
tion that Mr. Gowen had a favorable
offer for $-10,000,000 of tho loan, and
that he bad several large individual
subscriptions. Tho inoitgago was not
recorded until neariy 3 o'clock in the
afternoon. The contents are familiar
to the general public, as a pretty elab
orate prospectus of the loau was pub
lished prior to the election of the Bond
management of the road. It was dis
cussed at length iu the couits, aud an
injunction was issued by the United
States court against the loan, as it con
tained certain legal informalities. Tho
petitioners, among them the Messrs.
McCahnont, stated that the loans were
not desired by the inn jot ity of the bond
and stockholders, and for this reason
mainly tho Court granted tho injunc
tion. At the election for president of the
company, iu January last, Mr. Gowen's
triumphant victory was completed by a
majority vote of tho stockholders sus
taining his financial schemes, among
which was tho present loan. Follow
ing this camo tho withdrawal of ail op
position and the removal of tho injunc
tion by the court. Mr. Gowen at once
procee'ded to negotiato his deferred
bond loan for $3 1,000,000, tho requir
ed instalments upon which up to dato
it is declared by officers (of the com
pany have been paid. His absence in
Europo now is upon tho blanket inoit
gago, or five per cent, consol mortgage,
which was tho one recorded yesterday.
This mortgage covers all tho property
of tho company covered by the income
mortgage, which includes all the rail
roads and household estates of tho
company at tho time the mortgage was
executed, and does not include tho leas
es of the Hound Hrook and North
Pennsylvania railroad, which havo
been included, howover, in tho securi
ties of the present mortgage. All tho
real estate of the company is also in
cluded. All tho propei ty of the coal and iron
company is i.lso included, which, how
over, is subject to two prior mortgages,
ono for $25,000,000 and another for
810,000,000. Tho total of mortgages
on the railroad is $70,000,000, and tho
$3.,000,00 on tho coal and iron com
pany makes tho total upon the two
companies $105,000,000, and it was
supposed that this covered everything
tho companies owned or over expected
to own. Hy making the blanket loan
for such a largo amount as $100,000,
000. Mr. Gowen proposes to retire
the $00,000,000 general mortgage
bonds, $100,000,000 iucoinii bonds,
$12,000,000 coal and iron company's
divisional mortgages, and about $00,
000,000 general mortgage bond!", $10,
000,000 income bonds,$12,000,000 coul
and iron company's divisional mortga.
ges, and about" $00,000,000 of tho
bonds and stocks of leased lines. Tho
balance will bu appropriated toward
the now tailroail extensions, necessary
improvements and tho redemption of
oallateral pledged or tho floating debt
and unprovided for by the deferred
bonds. Tho cost of recording the mort
gage i.j this city will bu $150 and the
total cost recording it iu all the conn-
ties through which tho lines of the coin
pany run will bo about $25,000.
Tho Arkansaio Traveler's aged col
ored person says : "My idee of ilo bet
ter worl' is war dar is a election goin'
on all do lime, kaso deu do white folks
is always perlight.''
Clears out ruts, mice, roaches, flics, ants,
i,o,i-btiirs, skunks, chipmunks, gophers.
Not an OfTlco Becker.
Mr. Puttlsoii hai pursued n dignified,
manly courso since ids nomination, giv
ing tho same personal attention to tho
dulled of his otlico that he had bofoio
his nomination for govornnr. 1 to never
sought tho office for which ho is now a
, I ! - ...! -! 1.1.
cammiaie, nun ins actions hhicu iiih
nomination show him to bu n believer
in tho doctrine that the peoplo should
be nllowcd to make their own choico
from niuong tho candidates in the field.
Tho honor coiilerred on nun by the
Harrisburg convention did not turn his
head or make him turn his back on tho
trust tho peoplo of Philadelphia con
fided to his care, and the good sense ho
has bIiowii since he beeaiuo the Demo
cratic standard bearer has "won him
golden opinions from nil sorts of peo
plo" If hols elected governor , of
which there nppears now to bo no
doubt, it can bo said with entire truth
of him that tho office sought tho man
and not tho man tho otlico. Jiaston
New York State Campaign.
If tlio Democrats act wisely this fall,
their chances for carrying tho Stato aro
about as good as when they elected Mr.
Tildcn Governor in 1871.
The Republican party iu tho Statu is
rent by bitter fciidi. Lb two factions
arc bent upon destroying each other.
The party is heavily weighted with tno
prolligato record of Congress. The
Republicans controlled each House,
and are responsible for their misdeeds.
Tho party is seriously damaged by tho
proceedings m the Legislature ia win
ter nnd spring. The Cornell deal with
Tammany made this the most unpopu
lar Legislature for the past forty years.
Except in one or two places, the
Democrats ot tho State aro thoroughly
united. With harmony in their coun
sels, and a strong ticket and a full vote,
they can win a victory at tho polls in
.November. i. l . dim.
Dr. Bliss' Olaim.
Dr. D. W. Bliss lias written a letter
to tho Board of Audit appointed to set
tle the expenses of the illness of the late
President, in which ho sets forth in
detail his claim lo remuneration. Ilo
asserts that his receipts from his prac
tice at tho time when he was called to
attend the lato Presidont weio about
$1,500 a month, that this praotico was
to a great extent broken up by the en
grossing nature of his duties at tho
Executive Mansion, and that the direct
pecuniary loss resulting therefrom and
from subsequent ill health caused by
long continued nervous strain and over
exeition, amount to about $15,000.
Ili thinks he should receive as compen
sation for his losses and his services to
the late President the sum of $2
A SKILLFUL 1'JtIiPAlUTION
Composed of roots, barks, ami plants, that
net In harmony, and arc a pleasant nnd
cfTectlvo medicine, constitute iJitraocu
Blood Hitters, of which highly commend
ntory reports nre being constantly received
luu ijunun iiu.ci .alien. v i.i'ii oi ui pui ii,j,
strength and h Jlesonienes. M.ire economical
than trie ordinary kinds, and cu, uot ih sold In
lompetltlon wuli tho multitude oi low test, short
weltht, aluui or phosphate oowdrs. bold only
in cans, koyai. iiakinu i-owdek uo.. lira wau-si,
N. Y. uugll-ly.
Democratic State Ticket,
ROBERT E. PATTISON,
For Lieutenant Governor,
CHAUNCY F. BLACK,
For Judge of tho Supremo Court,
SILAS M. CLARK,
For Secretary of Internal Affairs,
J. SIMPSON AFRICA,
For Congi essinan-nt-Large,
MORTIMER F. ELLIOTT,
., or TIOtlA.
RON. C. R. BUCKALEW.
Subject to decision ot Consrrosilon.il Conference.
HON. WILLIAM ELWELL.
HON. E. J. MoIIHNHY.
Subject to iloclilon of senatorial confercno .
HON. T. J. VANDERSLICE,
JOHN P. II ANN ON.
GEORGE W. DEUU.
TUB EVENT OP THE HKAHON.
Tuesday Eve'ng Sept. 12th.
Engagement tor one night only of the famous
child or m imi mm
I'ronounced by the Press of tho entire country,
as the most perfect aud evenly balanced dra.
mailo organization truvellui.'. Tho distinguished
uustiau Aruue, uio
Countess Zelma Vlademir,
The Charming Little Soubrette.
MIhh Emma Stokes,
and the talentod actor
MR. J. A. PIT2PATEICK,
Aislsted by a ronipanv ot acknowledged ablllt;
First time in tins city (
f George lloey'n Komautlo
A CHILD of tho STATE.
Produced with NEW ANI KLA1I ) ItATB BCKN
BUY, I'HOl'BltTiea AND OJaTUMBH.
I'OPULAlt I'HIOKS-W, 85 nndV) conU, Holts
on sale at iwntler'u.
W flROYACCSSWlf 1
LIST OF PREMIUMS
TO ll K AWAlllIKU II V THE
HnnUa Conaty Aerlcnltnral Society
27th Annual Fair,
TO UK II KM) AT
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday,
OCTOBER ll, 12, 13 and 14.
DIVISION I STALLIONS.
,Iudffcs-Vin. t.. Freas, SupM Wm. It, cox, B.
lient blooded stallion 10 CO
Second best i
I lest stallion for all work K oo
sccondbe.it B x
Host amnion colt not over 4 years 4 mi
second best 3 tio
DIVISION S-DBAl'flllT 1I0KKKS AND MAKES.
Judzes F.rnstus llcndcrrtiott, Hunt.! Wm. V.
HowtT, Daniel Z:rr.
licstpMr draught Inrses or mares, stjrlo
ana sirencin lo do lesicu in uurucsa nt
iirdiy It o'clock Ifioo
Second best w
DirutoNSi-CAHiitAaK lionsss and maris.
Judecs .Ino. H. Mcnsch, Bupt.j Jacob Zcltsolf,
lest pair carrlago horses or marcs $ lo 00
econd best " 00
Second slnelo 3M
DIVISION 4 COLTS, HHOOD MAKES AND MULES.
Judzes-John Wolllver. sunt. I Oesree Getty,
licat brood maro. colt by licr side I s oo
Second best 4 no
Tblril best 00
Ucst liorso or mare between lurec ana lour
tears B 00
Second best 1M
Doit mare or geiaine Dciwcen two ana
three vp.ire... B00
Second best IW
Uest Horse or raaro colt between ono ana
two years 8 oo
Second best 1 CO
llest hone or mtro colt under ten months 8 oo
Second best 1 to
Host pair match colts under 4 years Dronen
tn harness , . B oo
Second best w
llest pair or mutes 8 oo
yecondbest 2 BO
Tho commlttco otthis class will carefully notlco
nil meritorious spans or teams, not mentioned
abovo nnd roport tho samo to tho Hovtslntr Com
mlttco lor premiums, viz s Teams of ponies, goats,
exhibitors under this class will havo their horses
on the ground by ten o'clock Thursday morning,
when they will bo examined.
CLASS II CATTLE.
.Tudzcs Luther Kycr. Sunt. ; John Hartman
Pedlcree must bn furnished tho Secretary at
tho tlmo of making tho entry, with a referenco to
the register In the herd book.
Uest bull ono year and upwards
f 15 (-0
cow uiree years uuu upwiuus
cow or heirer under three years...
cnlt under 13 months
Uest bull three years and upwards
Second best bull three years and upwards
llest cow three years and upwards
Second lest cow three years and upward!
liest heifer between 0 and 13 months
Second best belter between fi and 13 mos.
1'ed'grees must accompany tho entries.
Best bull ono year nnd upwards $16 oo
cow uireu years uuu upwuius.. iz u"
cow or heifer under three years B oo
calf under 13 months 3 oo
WITH iUT I'EDIUKBK
Uest bull throe years nnd upwards oo
Second hest bull three years and upwards 4 60
lii'st. cow three vears and UDivardi.. .. 7 00
Second best row three soars and upwards. 3 B0
llest hi-lh-r Lctweoa C nnd 13 months. 3 0
Second best heifer between 0 and 13 mos.. 1 60
Pedlgreo must accompany tho entries.
llf. hull 1 vi-ar and unwards - t.S O-l
cow ajeuraimu umviiru-, w
coworneuer unuero ycure
calf under 12 months..
llest. hull 3 vears and unwards.....
Second best bull 3 years and upwards
Host enw 3 J ear. una upwards
Second best cow 3 ye.irs and upwards. ...
llest heifer between (1 and 13 months
Second best heifer between o nnd 13 mos..
l'edlcrees must accompany the entries.
Tlest bull 1 venrand unwards f 15 00
cow 3 years ami npwarus iz u"
cower heller under 3 years 8 Oo
calf under 13 months 3 oo
Uest bull 3 vears and upwards ts 00
Second best bull 3 years and upwards 4 oo
llest cow 3 ytais and upwards 7 on
Second best cow 3 years and upwards 8 60
Uest heifer between Gaud 1J months 3 00
Second best heifer between o and 13 mos.. 1 60
Pedigree must accompany the entries.
Uest bull 1 year and upwards
cow .1 years ana uparas
cow or better under 3 years
calf und jr 12 months
llest bull 3 years and upwards
Second bebL bull 3 years and upwards
llest enw 3 yoirs and upwards
Second best cow 3 years and upwards
llest heifer between nnd 12 months
Second best heifer between c and 13 mos..
uest bull unuer lo monius
best cow 2 years and upwards
Heal belter under 3 years
Exhlbltjrs will have their stock ready for tho
Judges to examine by ten u'clock a. m.. on Thurs-
ay, uuu iu remaiu uuiu i t u ciuc uu aiiiuiua.
CLASS HI SWINE.
Judges F. M. Ilcss. Sunt,: Wm. II. Merlcle, Jno.
Uest brood sow and pigs, G or more
llest brood sow
Uest lot of pigs, 8 or more, unter weeks
Judges-J. P. Dowttt. Sunt.: It. it. Watklns. W.
Uest lot of lambs, not less than eight,.
Judges A. u. Sharnless. Sunt.: II. F. Hicks. Ar
Uest forty pound turkey Win
nalr of turkeys..
Second best ,.
llest trio Leghorns 1 oo
- itranmas i
lllack Spanish 1 to
Hull cochin 100
" Plymouth Hocks 1 to
Uest.pnlr 1 0o
second bebt to
llest and largest display 2 00
CLAS VI-(lltAIN, SEEDS AND FLOUR.
Judges-Wm. llcers, Supt.; Win. Ivy, Jostah
llest fifty pounds wheut nour..
Second best 1 00
liest I ftv Dounas buck wheat uour i oo
Second best.: 60
Uess half bushel clover seed l oo
second best 60
llest bushel Martin wheat i oo
Second beat u 60
liest halt bushel timothy seed l oo
Second best 60
Uest bushel white wheat 2 oo
Second best 1 in
liest bubhel rod wheat -co
Second best 1 00
Uest bushel no 1 oo
Second best 60
llest bushe oats 1 oo
Hecona oe.t cu
uest uubnei corn, a lerent varieties an
" " DucKwneni i uu
" twrlvo stalks and corn, loo
Juducs-Fraiik llazcubuch. SUDt.: Tbos. Sea
born, W, J. Illdleinau.
Uest and largest display of potatoes, halt
bushel of eueh variety tl 00
second bent , l 00
uest imMiel potatoes l oo
Uest half bushel sweet potatoes, raised by
cAiuuuur , ,,,, ,,,,
Uest buhcl held turnips
" half bushel rutabagas
" ' " sugar btets
" " " mangle wurzel
" " " beets..,,, ,,,,
" ' " carrots
" " " parsnips ,
" " " onions
" pick hons
fiair dozen vegetable oisteis...
iiaii uuteu squusues ,
half dozen heads or cabbage,,
half dozen citrons
three bunches celery ,
tour egg plants,, .,
two dozen peppers,,
two iiuurts lima beans
1 two riu iris butter beans
" two dozen radlsues.,
" three waier-mclaus'
)( peck peas ,
peck onion sets
' cactus ,,, l no
lemon or orange tree 2 oo
14 three heads cauliflower.., 60
Persons competing for premiums on the largest
turn uuai uieJiny ui jnjiuiuva will uok ue UUOWCU U
premium on iuu naiue ejiuruieiy,
JuJgcs-E. ll. Drown, supt.; Oliver Evans, K. ll.
liest duplay of winter, not less than 6 va
rtetles. oof each... ,,,,,,, ,, U oo
Second best ,,,,,,, 1 oo
Dost keeping winter nppies, uusnci......
' fall apples, not- loss than M bushel ....
" navored peck fall or winter apples....
" quart yellow Siberian crabs .. .... ,
11 iiunrt rca Siberian crabi
Uest display dwarf or standard, flvo va-
neue, six m t-uvu. ...... . .,,,,,,,,, . w
Host looking, any Kina, nan dozen
" flavored moat Juicy half dozen...
" largest half dozen, dwarf or standard,
fall or winter
llest, display ot any kind, live varieties, six
llest navored and most. Juicy M doz
llest and lluest looking lulf dozm. .. .,,
llest nnd largest varlctydoz each .....
llest dozen ,
second best ,
llest display, wild or cultivated, (hot homo
excluded.) II vo varieties
llest six cluster! of Concord
' ' of Clinton .
11 11 of sabclla 11
" " of Hartford Proline .... '
" " of lona "
" " of Adlrondao "
' " ot Kcbecca "
" " of York Madeira "
llest dhplay, not lean than two varieties,
ono uozeneneu r.u
Uest display any kind, not less than two
Judzos Ono. A Gordon Sunt.. Miss Susan Hart-
man, Mrs. Jno. uellg.
Uest quart , 60
llest quart dried apples,,,
" " whotleberrics.
Tho fruit not to bo removed until tho cloio ot
the exhibition, nnd particular caro to be observed
by ull persons that tno same Is not Injured.
CLASS 1X-WINES AND LiqiJOUS.
Judecs-Wra. Kilckbaum Siipt,, Itohr Mcllcnry.
(I co, w. Ileltsnyder.
llest quart currant wlno 60
" " ' blackberry win- "
'.' " " grape wlno "
any other kind
CLASS X-DOMKSTIO MANUFACTURE.
Judges Mathlas Mooro Snpt., Miss A. K Smith,
Mrs. Jacob Yeater.
Host loat of bread ti oo
second bo lott ot bread i 60
llest ro 1 of butter, 3 lbs. or moro 1 6u
Second best 1 t,o
llest applo do 6n
" peacnplo "
" pumpkin or (.quash pie
" inluco p c "
" lemon pin "
" grape pie "
" pie of any other kind '
" rolls "
" biscuit "
" stionzd cake . "
" coconnut cako
" Irult rnko
" ginger cako ,
" cako ot any other kind
CLASS X CANNED FUUIT, io.
Judges Daniel Mess, Supt ; Mrs. MntlldaSwnnt,
-nrs. .i. u. ppuneuuerger.
llest canned fruit, different kinds (not less
than ono quart each) new
llest cucumber pickles, new
" variety pickles, new
" cured h mi ...
" samples jcast
" hard soap
" soft soap
41 gallon maple molasses
CLASS X-JULLIES.llUTTHItS AND PUESEUVES.
Judges-H.lt Cower, Supt.; Mrs. Htrnm Uess,
.-nrs. r.. Kosionuauaer.
Uest sample fruit Jelly, new..
CLASS XI-IIOt'SKIUIl.D MANOFCTUIIK-J.
Judges Joseph Knotty, Supt.; Mrs. Emanuel
.azarus. Mrs. J. Kostenuauuer.
llest ten yards llunnel $i 00
ten yards woolen cloth..
ieu yarus carpet,
ten yards plain linen
knit wool Htocklugs
knit cotton stockings..
knit woolen mittens
' homo made chemise 1 00
l lb. or more, lampiestrckinz yarn
t lo. or moro, fauey colors, yarn
Ucst pair woolen blankets
' " linen sheets
" " hand mano night dress
" patch quilt by girl under 13 years 2 oo
CLASS XII NEKDLEWOltK AND E.MBItOIDEUY
Judges It. D. Darlington, Supt.; Miss Ella Fox,
,,U33 11UUU UOUU1U9.
Uest knit quilt
" suit of cUthes
" tettlng work
" silk cmbioldcrv ,
" eoiton embroidery mi
' worsted embroidery t oo
" hand made laco
" worsted mat
" cotton mat
fancy pin cushion..
ueau mi ess
Best afgh n or lap robe
sainpu needle work, stiver tntmbio.
CLA.S XII-OItNAMKNTAL WOKK.
Judze Thos. Ulneles. Sum : Mrs. o. V. Cher.
lnglon, Miss Anna Leldy.
llest specimen boad work $t oo
tueii wurK .,
Secoud best specimen of above, each 60
CLASS XIII FINE AIM'S, PENMANSHIP AND
Judges Prof. o. K. Wilbur. Sunt.: Mrs. D-.
jicara. .lira. u. a, ncuy,
llest oil painting - (3 oo
Heconu oust , i 60
Host ur.iw mc 3 oo
Second best l to
Uestfepcctmcn penmanship l oo
" " wood graining
" " lettering on marble
" " sign painting
' display ot printing
" transparent painting
Judges A. H. Croup.: Mrs. Solomon llelwlc-.Mlhs
Uest dlsnlav ot flowers
Uest collection ot dahlias
snec. house Dlants in bloom
Ucst hang, basket with growing plants. .
Judges John Anulcman. Sunt.: Hcnrv Klsner.
w, ,ii. juuoroe.
liest phaeton t l 00
Uy cam ago..
....... 3 no
" top buggy..,
farm wugon ,
" spring wagon for farm uso,
' " ' " pleasure
" skeleton wagon
........ 2 00
... 2 U)
, 2 00
CLASS XV-AOHICUL-TllItAL IMPLEMENTS,
Judeea-Conrad Krcaincr. Sunt,: M. V. Mo-
lienry, Christian smau.
est right hand plow din
" left hand plow dip
" right and left hand plow dip
" corn plow - dip
" BUUdUU piuiv , , uip
" gquaro drag dip
' one-horse cultivator din
two-horse cultivator alp
" two-horse corn-planter dip
' one-horse corn planter dlD
11 thresher and separator combined dip
11 mower and reaper dip
11 hay fork dip
" portable cider press dip
" clover hullir dip
' sausage grinder dip
" washing machine dip
clothes wringer dip
" set miner's Dicks,
" pair of four and hind horse shoes 1 uo
11 ax handlo 60
" grain cradle dip
" roller dip
11 fanning mill dip
corn shelter dtp
" straw and todder cutter dip
Harvester - ai
hay tender dip
Any new or meritorious Implements exhibited
ananotproviueu lor in tno loregumg uiura, uiu
Judges may report tho merits of the same (or pro
HitUmS IU 1110 JIUVU1UK I.UU1IU11U.-U,
CLASS XVI STOVES, TINWAItK, E UtTII-
Judgos-W. J. Knorr, Supt.; Stephen Ilhawn,
A. si. Muneri,
llest cooking atovo with tlxtures 2 00
parlor stove with tlxtures 200
variety tinware 2 00
" variety earthenware 2 00
set arttnclal teeth 2 00
display ot marble work 200
CLASS XVJI-CAUINHrWAHE, SHOEMAKERS,
Judires-Harvey t lloas, sunt.;
llett bet double draught harnosa...,
single carriage harness ,
" pair calf boon
iulr kip boots
pair miner's shoes
dressing stand .. ,
11 hct Windsor chulis ,
" bet spring seat chairs
11 half dozen brooms , , ,
11 two sides sole leather,
11 two sides kip leather
11 two calf bklns
11 sample brick ... ,
Host looking peck ot fait or winter apples...
CUM XVIII-IIKES AND HUB HIVES,
toilers 11. w. Aonlcmansunl, Daniel Uonabcr-
ger, J. n. Mcllcnry.
Ilet swarm 11 Allan bees - 13 oo
second best a no
no swarm iiiacx bees , boi
neconrt best too
est display n n to Clover noney l uo
llest dlsnliy buckwheat honey.,
Second best , ,.
tlest J ir extracted honey
Second best ,
best box honor. 6 lbs. or mora..
Tho bees And the houov to hive boon tho nrn.
ducu of tho exhibitors
CLASS XIX- MUSICAL INSTIIttMENTS AND
A suitable nlnce In the bulldlrir will bo pel. nnart
for the exhibition of articles 1 ntercd In Dili Uass.
UliASa A. UAlliltfl.
Judges Mrs. W. M: Monroe. Sunt.: Mr.- Amelia
Dennett, Mrs. Ilutfh Linden, Mrs. John, Kves,
Mrs. Dr. Low,
Prettiest baby under ono year . in 00
Second , 6 00
llest band In thacountv. ti in
Second 10 00
1 aim engaged bv 1 in soc etv not lo r-nmnii.
-ontestto m on Frldav. Cnmnplpnt. IihIvm will
be sel. cted. Not less than three to enter.
ibllllUHCU II.U f I w.
Jildeef Daniel W. Harris, hiitit., Miox vrir i
Monruo, Miss Sado KeHtcr.
llest frmale equestrian ., ,, tin 00
Second best s ou
Saturday at ten 0 c ock. Not in iinn Hm, m
Judges Wm. Urnbst. Sunt.: ll.ivlil A-lillm a
Foot raco Thursday at s 0 clock.
Uest ;, $;o 00
Second best 5 00
once around tinck, Not less than three to start.
Judges John (Ubbs. Sunt n. w. nuctjin linn.
Itunnlng Mule Itaco, Thursday 8 o'clock.
X mile heat, not less than four to stai f, no person
lu iiuo iinumi juu,u,iii,u iuu inuie mat, comes
In last to rccelvo tho prize (5 no
CLASS XXV-TIHALS OF SPEED.
Judirrs .loslnh HAlatan. Mnnt n. n .T. HuMmr
Daniel Morris, Samuel llagcnbuch, Dr. It. II, Little.
COUNTY srOWTINd LIST-TIIUKSDAY AT 1 O'CLOCK.
Ilotf, trotting horsoor mnro tn tho county that can
11 UI, I. II1I1U iu 11 uuua-,, iu v luiuuies......... uu
second be9t is 00
Third b-ot 10 00
FRID4Y, 10 O'CLOCK A, M.
Uest coll under 4 ears lu tho county. Hi .t
can trota mile 111 harness In 4 mimiN-i... no 00
econu uost 6 00
Third best 3 00
minimis' list iiuihy 1 o'clock p.m.
Best horse or mare In the county, that
never was on any track b. fore $35 10
S"coud best 10 IX)
Third b. s 6 00
SATL'UDAT 1 O'CLOCK, OI'KN TO ALU
Uest trotting horse or mare - ilio 00
Second le.11 00 00
Thlid best, 25 00
All entrance foes must be bald before tho entry
will be made. Entrance feo ten per rent of purse.
i.u. .ua, iu iuiii i-miit-o iu uijii raw. All
trials to bo decided bv tho hrit threu out uf tivn
heals. t'orse3 trottlug lu the I'uriiier's Trot,wllI bo
eligible to the free tn nil. Horn's eligible 10 the
County Spoiling Llit can enter in the treetonll.
The entries to tho Farmer's Trot, will detent 18
o'clock Friday noon. Entries to Saiur.t.j'araci
win 1101 Kuiurua) tit 12 otioek noou. In tho free
to all 2:40 inuit be made or lo premium will bo
Bleyclo race Saturday 12 o'clock.
Judges-Frank Drinker. Sunt.. It. W. smli.li. .1.
Best tta 00
Second bebt 10 00
Third best 5 uo
MI e heat. Not less thau four to enter and thn-n
to start. Entrance feo ten per cent of purse.
Judges I,cwl3 ltartman. Sunt: Win. Winter-
steen, Wm. Masteller.
Articles not herein beforo named will bo entered
lu this class, aud the Judges will examine nil suen
as havo ntorestor value mid award such premium
as they deem proper, subject to tho revision by
the Board ot Manag ers.
A premium of fS 00 will bo nid to tho coudIo or
couples that Ret married ou tho ground during
tlio Fair and the society will furnish tho Minister.
Tho Secretary must bo notlllcd by Wednesday
evening tho 11th.
1. All persons having articles for exhibition or
competition must seem 11 Exhibitor's chicks 01 the
Association oeroro enienntr iuem.
2. Minors can beevme exhibitors when their
parents nave iixiuoiiui checks.
3. The Held of comiwtltton tsonen to all Per
sons from other counties and States can becoino
exhibitors ou inosuno terms as citizens otthis
4. au articles onereu ror coinDetui n must be
owned by the competitor for 30 do b. Fruits, veg-
tiuui n, uuiTtio, ,vu., uui, umnu u, lilt? UUU1
pi-uiur. uuu uu m-inuiauiureu urucies inuiii, ue
inauo oy tno coniootiior.
n no norso or mare win oe engiDio to enier
Farnicr'sLlsl or Countv Soorllnir List. under trial
of speed, unless owned by the competitor thirty
uuj s pi nylons iu uiu e dir.
u. au hwck euiereu iiiur 00 wuatit is repre
sented to be. or oremlums will bu forfeited.
7. All urllcles tor exhlouton or competition
must be entered bv nvo o'clock v. in . on Wednes.
dav tho 12th, and 110 animals or articles entered
ror exhibition can 1 0 taken awav before the close
of the Fair, oxcept by permlsston of Committee,
uuu uu premium's win ue puiu oil viuiauin 01 tins
rule, except exhibitors ot horses, mares, or grid
IntrH. shall not bo renulred 10 keen Ibelr animals
on tho ground nt night, during th Fair, but must
hve tLem on the grouad y 8 o'clock each day.
n. ru iruiiiuiMiT or camo or c iance 01 an, Kinu
whatever will be ullowod udou or In the vl. lnltv of
the fair grounds. And for the purpose of preventing
iuu uuiiimmuu ui mij perbuu iu tue grounuwi u
games of chance, and to provide for the expulsion
ui uui- iyiiu uuu uy any meaus gain auinisMju,
1 icrc win uu a 1 connu i-rania 111 uu nprsons on.
terlng with cxhlb Hons, or for th-5 purpo-e of hu-
uig uuy unities, uy uio i.iorarian 01 ine Associa
tion, at 1113 discretion ir tno obiect or admission
la lawful and proper, upon the payment uf such
sum ns ho may determine, which 11 sense sh ill be
forfeited and tho holder Ihen-of dilvm from the
grounds Immediately upon the ditecttou by the
Librarian, or upon Information given him bv anv
pers 'n, of tho practice ot uny gume ot chance or
gumming uy me person uouung sucu license.
Mid without license as arnrmnld. 1111 nHmnn will
bo permitted to tlvo an eihlbltlou of any klud for
uemuuai pruut, or expose any article lersaie upon
v. no uceuse win do granted to stan is mat sou
spirituous or mall liquors.
10 CAUTIO.M-AII articles exhibited, whether
eaiaoies or not, must i resDected as nnvato diod-
erty ; and any persou detecied In purloining or
injuring iiieiu, win ue u-ait wnu accoruingin law.
II. J.'dires annulnted toexamtno Uui iiin,.ri.nr.
classo, will conter a favor on tho Association by
t umuli u- iuu ri i;i ui.irj Ullicu early ou luurs
U.1.V lllurillUK LU liuiaiu 1I1SI ruLllons.
ix. i ue reporu 01 ine several Juugos must be
passed upon and approved by the Uevlstug Com
mltlee before orders will bn drawn fo premiums.
13. Premium awarded to nersons rfslilliiir nut
or H13 town or illoomsDurg, will be paid on the
afternoon ot the las. dty ot the Fair, by tio Treas
urer, on presentation of their proper orders.
on Wedn-'sd ly the grjimdi wltl ba open to the
public ana continue open tour days.
No person w 11 be permitted to voto at the next
annual election of the Association without produ
cing his membership ticket.
Exhibitors will confer a favor on the socljiyby
sending a classed list of the articles they wlsl to
exhibit, to the Secretary, as early as possible, that
iiiuy muy uo i-uieieu previous to ine nrst aay or
tlio fair, orleavethem at tho onieo ot T. J -it.
vunderollce, where thev will be called tor.
KUTATK OKI.KVI SULLKR I.ATB 0 CBNTKK TOWNSIIII',
Letters of Adinlulstratton on the esUito of Levi
..in,.;, , miv v. i-iitii, i.n i,, ,uiuuiuiu vunui,, 1 1...
deceased, have been granted by tho Register of
said county to Stephen Folio, Mine Hldge. and
Plilltu L. Miller. Union Corners, Northumberland
county, administrators. All persons having
claims against tbo estate of the decedent are
requested 10 preaent mem ror settlement, and
thoso Indebted to tlu estato to m ika paymont to
the undendgned administrators without dslay,
STEPHEN I'OHE. Lime Hldge.
rilll.il' L. MILLEIt, Union Cornels. North'd Co.
ESTATE OP JOHN I.KWI9, LATH OP SUOAltLOAr TOWN
Letters of admlnlstritlon on the estate ot John
Lewis lato cf sugarloat township Columbia county
1'eun'a., deceased, havo been granted by the
litgister of said county to John Ashelman, ad
mlulstator. All persons having claims Hgulnst
tho estate ot tbo decedent are roqucnted to pre
sent them for settlement nnd those Indebted to
tho estate to make payment to the undersigned
administrator without delay,
A. L. HIITZ, JOHN ASUELMAN,
sent 8-tl w. Administrator.
in the town of Espy, lately ropalraj, In good run
ning order, with a good trado Central location.
Cheap and on easy terms.
ot 82 seres, with good large buildings, CW acies cf
woodland, 2 wells. In a good stato ot cultivation,
on u piibllo road. 2K miles trcm Orauceville.
bo rders on Ftshlugcreek, Also one at tl ucres
V"lli from l.lghtMreet, With plenty ot fruit,
water, buildings, timber, Ac.
Also one 'if no acres on Jersey Dwn hill, along
publto road from llloomsCiurg to Jerseytowu, tn
good state of cultivation, buildlugt, water, frulf,
plenty of tlinuer.
of UX acres IV miles from IlloomsDurg, build
ings, fruit, plenty ot water, splendid location, noe
laud lor trucking. Cheap,
A Grist Mill
on I.title Flahlngcroek 3 miles from nioomsburg,
Turblno wheel, full water poer, dwelling house,
IncPidlng tt acres of land, with a paying trade.
Terms to a ilt purchaser.
A Inrce brick residence on second street, cor.
ner lot, all conveniences. Also one on East st ,
with, blable, fruit, well aud house lu present
Also a largo frame dwelling houo on East tt
ca n double corner lot, with plenty ot fruit,
out-kltchon, stable and all conveniences, well
suited for retired life.
a frame dwelling houio on corner of Fourth and
West streets, for sale cheap, une on 7tb street,
corner lot. Terms, pirt down und balinoe In
monthly Installments, one on Bid street, price
low ana terms easy,
A dwelling house ou Centre street, tine fruit,
well, ntablv, gioundaud building In best of or
der, Trrmu to ult purchaser,
Apply at the law ofllce of win, ChrUman la
Moytr's lluildlog, llloomeburg, l'a,
August 4, If,
For Autumn Wear.
Our Bni-gain section!? offer many lots
of Clothing for men and boys, well
adapted for Fall wear, at an average of
forty per cent aiF from the low. prices
established at our June Upset Sale.
You may save the cost of a journey
to the city, and perhaps much more, on
a single suit of clothing.
Wanamaker & Brown.
Oak Hall, Sixth and Market
looNow bom?mMm white
mmmmammmmmmam every Adrainlltrttlon from WASHINGTON to the present time, with over mmbhmmS
o BtMl I'ortmlU of Ladluol
of the Homei of tkr rretlJenu,
iWENin HArlTKIF, send lor utrcuiars, witn full ntrtlcuun,
UKAULKY A CO., 00 W. Vourih Street, I'hlUJeJphU.
VALUABL3 REAL ESTATE!
The suhscrlbers, executors ;of tho last will of
Thomas J. Vandersllco, deceased, will oiler nt
publlo Bale on tho premises In Hemlock tow nshlp,
Columbia county, l'a , on
Friday, September 15, 1882,
at 10 o'clock a. m. tlio following described real es
TK ACT NO;.l. uounded on the north by lands of
George Husael and Susquehanna Slate Company,
on tho east by land of James Mcilalion, on the
south by lands of tie estato of T. J. Vandersllce,
deceased, acd on tho went fey land of .John lletz,
37 Acres and 65 Perches,
whereon aro erected a good
Frame ' louse, Bank Barn
and othe- uecossary outbuildings. There Is also
a good bed ot lime stone, two llmo kilns, a young
apple orchard, a good well of water at the barn
and a good spring atitho house.
Til CT NO. 8. Uounded on tho north by land
of T. J. VandersUce, deceased, on the east by
Jimes M'Malion, on tho south by Mrs. A.J. Evans
and land ot T. J. VandersUce, deceased, and on
the west by Samuel OhI, containing
59 Acres aud 129 Perches,
whereon are erected a good
DANK 1IAHN and other necessary outbuildings.
Thero are also two Lime kilns, a bed of lime stone,
a young apple orchard, n grapery uda good
water-power connected with this tract. Also a
good water-power with tract No. I.
THACT NO. I1. Hounded on the north by lands
of Samuel Ohl and T. J. vandersllce, deceased, on
tho east by Mrs. A. J. Evans, on the south by Mrs
A. J.Kvans nnd 11. P. Vrult, nnd on tho west by
John Itlstler, containing
22 Acres and 150 Perches,
whereon aro erected a
11ANK llAltN. asmall TKNANT UOU8K and other
outbuildings. There Is an abundance of fruit ot
every description on this tract, and also an excel
lent well of water at the door.
TKACT NO. 4. Alotot ground bounded ou the
north by Tract No. 2, on the east by lilg Fishing,
creek, on the south by land of Thos. Ilopkln'
heirs, and on the west by publlo road, containing
n perches, whereon Is erected a FUAUK DWELL
On (Saturday, Sept. 16, '82
at 10 o'clock a. tn. tho following described real es
tate: TUACT NO. S.-Sltuata In Mt. l'leasant town,
ship, Columbia county, Pennsylvania, bounded on
tho north by lands John W&nlch, Ellas Drlbelbls
and others, on the east by lands of John ICrosiler
and Samuel SharTor, on the south by lauds of
Samuel Shatter and llernlmrd Stohner, and on the
west by Little Flshlngcreck, containing about
sixty-five of which aro cleared and In a good stato
ot cultivation, aud on which are erected a
FRAME DWELLTNG HOUSE,
HANK II vltN and TENANT lluUstt.
TltAOTNO. dSltuato lu Hemlock township,
Columbia county, l'a., bounded ai follows, to.wlti
On the north by lunch ot John and Daniel Wunlcu,
outhnensr, by Little Ftshlugcreek, on the south
and west by lauds of tleo. Ktusel, containing
18 Acres and 80 Perches.
Is-All of ths above tracts are tn a good state ot
cultlvitloo, and desirably located. Possession
given April 1, !Ss3,
TKIIMi OF SALE. Tea per cent ot one-fourth
of tho purchase money shah bo paid ut the strlk.
Ing down of the property, the ono-tourth less the
ten pet cent, tn thirty dnys afiwr sale, and the
balance In ono year thereafter, with Interest on
the same trom tho llrst day of April, A. I) Mi.
If agreeablo to the purchaser, three thousand
dollars ot the purchase mouoy to bo secured by
bond and mortgage, In tracts No. 1 und '4, payable
at the death of Martha Vandorsllce.
C. V. VANDBltSLICE,! Vr.,
JOHN KISTLWt,, "MUtors.
Aug, 13, IBS J, t 8
fjto Atltenlaera.-Lowcst Hates toradveitlslng
1 In I, ono nooil ueHspapers sent frco. Ad
dress UKO. p, HOWELL CO., lOHpruco St,, N.
V, auffiww r
WSk Practical Life. nXulWtK
1 l Itiiii,, 4Ji5, C. MiLUKtiy J Cu", f, Z'tSlMi. Tt
lie While Hog. p. with ltwief miDT
Thli It the mott taUble book published
DMINISTKATOK'S NOTICE. ,
BSTATK OP JOSII-n 8SVDKK, SECKASID.
Letters of Administration on tho estate ot Jos
eph Snyder late of tho town of Moomsburg.Colum.
bla county. I'enn'a., deceased, have been granted
by the ltegtstcrof said county totho undersigned
Adm'r. All persons having claims against the
estate of tho decedent are rf quested to present
them for settlement and those indebted to th
estate to make payment to tho undersigned
Administrator without delay.
joiin a. (juick,
august 4, C-w Administrator,
KUTATK Of Wll I.IAU USI.I.KJ, DECKASkD.
Letters testamentary In the estate ot William
Iielles la'e or Ornng twp. Columbia county,
l'a.. deceased have been cranted by the lteglsttr
of said county to the undersigned exeuutors. All
per sons having cl.ilm? against th estato of tht
decedent aro requested to preseuUhem for set
tlement and those indebted to the estate to mak
pay ment to the underslgnot executors without
delay. E-1ZA UELLES,
D. K. SLOAN,
Aug. 4, 0-w.
BSTATK OF MAIUUHKT Wl.tUNH nKCKABBD.
Letters of administration on the estato of Mar
garet Dl'dlne, late of Kenton townsulp Columbia
countv, ileccaxed, havo been granted by tho
lteglster ot said county to tho undersigned admin
istrator. All persons having claims uzalnst the
estate ot said decedent are requested to presont
them for settlement and thoso tndobfeoto tho
estato to make payment to the underslgnod ad
inlntstrator without delay,
C. w. MILLS a, F. I. D1LDINE,
Attorney. Ilonton I'.istofllce,
august 4 o-w Administrator.
A FINE FARM
Situated In Orange township, about a mile from
Orangcvlll.. Contains about
of wen cultivated land, a
Dwelling House, Large Barn
and all necessary outbuildings, liprlng of good
water at the house.
This farm was formerly owned by Charles Loo,
and Is now tho property of the undersigned and
tho lato Joseph Weaver
For terms and particulars Inqulro ot
I. W. McKELVV
, , . llloomsburg l'a.
Sept 1 tt
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Special drill for dull and backward baj s. Patrons
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