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FRIDAY, MAltCII 0, 1883.
Correct Kullroatl Time Talile.
Trains on the Philadelphia Ac II H. Icve ltupcrt
ai lunuwn i
6 is a. m. II 45 a. m.
4 U0 p.m. 6 49 p.m.
Tr.lns od the I). L. A tV. II. II, leave IHoornsourg
T &8 a.m. 2i it. m.
!0 MB. m. It 45ft III.
rn et p. m. 4 31 p. ni.
Tho II 41 train south connects with the I'hlliv
delohla Heading at Hupert, and with the
Northern central at normumocnana.
The 8:M a. m train connects at Northumberland
with 9:35 train on Pennsylvania road reaching
rni'nauipuia av b;x. p. iu,
The 11:4 train connects with Philadelphia and
Heading roal at Kupert at 11:50 reaching I'hlla-
aeipma ai o:wp. m.
The H:45 train connects with rennsylvinla
roa l at Nortnumoorianci at rescuing rnnaaci
phla at 7:U p. m.
The 4:27 p ra. train connects with Pennsylvania
road at Northumberland at 8:05 p. m. nnu roaches
Fhliaaeipnia at r.aa a. in.
Trains on tho N., W. II. Hallway pass llloom
Ferry as follows :
T.41 a. m U.od r. m,
4.91 p. tn 7.07 p. m.
All persons having Mils printed at tills
office, will receive a gratuitous notice
under this head.
Israel Mummy will sell vnlunble personal
property on tho Bhuman farm In Main town,
ship, on Tliursdny March 15.
Charles linker, Adm. of Jacob linker,
dee'd will sell valuable real estate on the
premises In Beaver township on Friday,
March 23, 1883.
The administrators of Thercssa Baylor,
deceased, wilt sell real estate In Montour
township on Friday, March 30th, at 2 o'
clock p. in.
Henry Bower, of Flshlngcreek township,
will oiler for sale on the premises of Cor
nclius Coleman, nt Asbury, valuable perso
nal property, onTuesday March 13th, at
10 o'clock a. in.
B. Frank Zarr, trustee, will sell vnlunble
real estate on premises of William Kelch
ner dee'd on Thursday, In Mllllin, March
20th, 1883, at two o'clock.
John Mourcy, trustee, will offer for sale
a valuable town lot, on pre nlses of Eliza
beth Kelchner, deceased, in Mifiilnvillc, on
Thursday, March 20th, 1883, at 10 o'clock.
Daniel Brink will sell personal property
on premises of Wm. Brink In Jackson town
ship on Friday March 23, Horses, cows,
John Pooley will sell valuable personal
property on premises In Frosty valley, on
Wednesday March 21, commencing nt 10
Henry Gahlo will sell personal property
oa premises of John Mcnsch, In Montour
township, Columbia county, on Saturday
It. Buckingham, administrator, will sell
valuable real estate on premises of Eliza
beth Walter, deceased, in Montour town
ship on Saturday, March 31st, at 2 o'clock.
The heirs of Hiram II. Kline, deceased,
will olTcr for sale valuable real estate In
Orange township, Columbia county, on
Wednesday March 28, 1883, commencing
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon.
John Zancr, will offer nt Public Sale on
his premises in Flshlngcreek township, on
Thursday March 10, 1833, commencing at
12 o'clock, Twenty-four head of valuable
horses. A rare chance for good horses.
I. W. McKelvy, executor of Joseph
Weaver, deceased, will expose to public
sale on tho McKelvy & Weaver farm
above Oronceville, the personal property
belonging to McKelvy & Weaver, on Wed
nesday, March 14th, nt 10 o'clock n m.
Besides the articles mentioned in the
posters, one blind mulo and one brown
mule will be sold.
Ex-Judge Krlckbaum was In town on
Mr. O. B. Colton, of Philadelphia uiude
Bloomsburg a visit this week.
Misses Sadie Colley and Frances Short
of Kingston, were visiting friends in town
A. C. FreasEstj. of Berwick was married
to Miss Maggie Rothrock of Williamsport
last week Wednesday.
Go and see tho athUtlc exhibition given
by Clark and Clary in the Opera House;
Thursday evening March ICth.
W. E. Smith Esq. of Berwick, has remov
ed his ofllce to tho second floor of M. W.
Jackson's new building on Front street.
Dr. J. II. Vnstlne of Cntawlssn, and Dr.
G. V. Mcars of Numldla, hove entered
Into partnership for the practice of medi
cine. The History of Columbia county is now
ready for delivery, and our canvassers will
call on subscribers within a few days, and
deliver the books.
Mrs. Henry Vost died nt her home on
East street last week, at the nge of sixty,
two years, after a lingering Illness. The
funeral was largely attended, on Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Freas of Berwick
have burled five children within tho last
throe months. Surely their cup of nfllic
tion is filled to overflowing.
Capt. U. II. Ent Is the authorized agent
for the sale of the History of Columbia
county, and will soon commence an uc
tivc canvass on the other side of the river.
At Danville court last week, the jury in
tho suit of Jacob Budy against the D. L. &
W. Railroad for the killing of his son, ren.
dcred a verdict in fuvor of tho plaintiff tor
twelve hundred and thirty-five dollars.
Tho firm of Alexander & H'oodhaiiso
has been dissolved, O. F. H'oodhouso re.
tiring, and Less. Alexander succeeding
him. Tho Aim will do business hereafter
as Alexander &Bro. They are energetic
business men, and aro doing a heavy trade
In tobnecos, cigars, candles, &c.
Flno Spring Suitings
Fine Dress Suitings
just arrived, call and examine tho Custom.
Department of David Lowenberg's Popular
On Friday last tho case of tho Phlladeh
phla & Beading railroad against tho North
6 West Branch, In tliu matter of tho cross
lng at tho Itupert brldgo was argued be
foro tho Supreme court, S. P, Wolvcrton
representing tho appellants, and Messrs.
Palmer aud Buckalcw the defendants.
The decision was reserved.
Ent Post, G. A. II.. talks of securing
tho services of Col. Copcland for another
lecture soma time this spring. If ho
comes ho will, no doubt, have a largo
number of listeners, its ho Is a very popu
lur speaker. It is said that he tins severul
lectures that nro better than "What's to
Hinder," recently delivered hero by him.
Use Caw's Ink. It U the best,
at the Columuun ulUce.
March came In like n lamb, hut exhibit,
cd lis lconlno characteristics on tho third
day of Its existence.
Tho now Episcopal cliurch nt Danville is
one of tho most'beautlful edifices of the
kind In the state. Every detnll has been
enrried out In tho best of tnsto, and that
congregation may well be proud of tho
House of worship provided through tho
librrultlty of tho late Peter Baldy. Tho
church will bo consecrated on tho 28th of
An observing exchangu sayst 'It is queer
how Inclined some people aro to take hints
never Intended for tliem, wldlo those who
are really aimed nt novcr feel hit in tho
least. Newspaper publishers particularly
find this true. When a dun li printed it Is
taken by those who always pay promptly,
while the delinquents never think It means
Through the courtesy of Mr. David
Clark wo were shown through tho build,
lng of tho Danvlllo National Bank on
Tuesday last. It Is 'elegant and complete
In nil lis appointments. The building Is
llrc.proof, mid tho money Is kept In a
Corliss burglar-proof sate, Inside of n mas.
slvo granite llrc.proof vault. No Institu
tion of tho kind In tho country can boast
of n finer place of business.
Clark nnd Clary will give an athletic ex.
hlbltlon on next Thursday evening In the
Opera House. Sec advertisement In nnoth.
J. M. C. Batick sold 73 feet on Spruco
street yesterday for $100 per foot Including
the Wlnan cottage, reserving fifteen feet
next to the two story brick where the elect
Ions nie held, upon which M'. Unnck pro
poses to erect a three.slory brick' for law
olllces with low down grntes In cauh suit
of rooms. The third slory will be covered
with a mansard roof which will extend
over tho adjoining two-story bricks.
Saanton Timtt March 2
Bt.oo.Msnci:o, Pa., Mar. 0th 1873
At a meeting of Ent Post'. 250 G. A. H.,
it was resolved that a vote of thanks be
tendered to the public for their liberal pat
ronage nt the lecture on tho 23rd Feb., and
to Bloom cornet Land and especially to the
ladles who provided the entertainment In
T. E. Gcddis) Pom
O. P. Sloati)' 0om'
Net proceeds from lecture $77.00
The Academy of Music contained a large
audience hist evening, where Bobert Mc-
Wadc began n brief engagement In his
popular characterization ot Hip Van Wink
le. For years Mr. McWade's impersonation
of the Vagabond "Hip" has been consider
ed one of tho standard dramatic creations
of the nge. It brings out more fully than
any other, the pathos and beauty of the
story which Americans accept as their own
delightful legend. Chkatjt jVeirs.
Hate Bargains in Fine Heady Made Cloth
ing, grand arrival of Spring Styles.
We defy competition We guarantee sat
isfaction. Elegant Suits for Little Boys
Substantial Suits for School. Stylish suits
for Youths call and be convinced that
the best place to buy your Clothing is at
the Popular Clothing Store of
The Flshlngcreek Improvement Com
pany hns'now .secured about 20000 logs nt
tho head of the creek for tho purpose of
making a trial drive in the Spring. The
corporation believe that the stream can be
driven without further fixing; but will
nevertheless remove nil obstruction nnd
crib as soon as possible to make driving
easier. They can, by this trial drive, de
termine the "lead" of the water, what ob
structions should be removed nnd where
banks should be rrlbbed. But with the
creek even in Its ptcsent condition wc look
for a very successful drive in the Spring.
Beuutlful Easter cards ot the Coi.umman
Casper Hhawn, an old nnd respected
citizen of Calawissa, died Inst Sunday
evening. He was buried "on Tliursdny
afternoon, nt two o'clock. From the Item
we learn that he was tioru June 9th, 1814,
and went to Catawissa in 1830, where lie
engaged in the merchant tailoring business
He was mauled to Cathatluc Kruck on
tho 14th of June, 1838, by whom ho had
twelve children, nine of whom are still
living. For the past ten years he had suf
fered from an affection of the right arm
and breast. On Thursday of last week he
was stricken down, and grew rapidly
worse until Sunday night, when he died,
retaining consciousness up to a few mo
ments before death. The community
loses a good citizen.
Horse Bills printed at this ofllce in the
best style and cheap. This Is the only
ofllco in the county that has the cut of the
Hev. Dr. Vincent's lecture, "That Boy,"
at the Opera House hist Friday evening
was well attended. Ho is a very pleasant
speaker, Mid his subject was nicely treat
ed. There wus n vein of humor running
through, while good hard common sense,
and practical applications abounded. His
knowledge of "That Boy" was remarkable,
and but for his disclaimer, his audience
would have been left under the impression
that ho is the father of n largo family of
children, all of the mnto sex, and that their
peculiar characteristics bad been made the
subject of his careful observation. At all
events lie has seen a great deal of some
body's b ys, and his manner of describing
his subject, made his remarks nppcai to
be applicable to most everybody's boys.
The lecture was enjoyed by all present.
Hobert McWade, in his dramatization
of Hit) Van Winkle, will iippcar In the
Opera House on Monday next, March 12th.
This play has been rendurcd by many line
actors, each one In accordance with thctr
own Ideas. Dion Bouclcault arranged the
plav for Joseph Jefferson, who has won
considerable fame in the rendition of
the play. But it remains for Hobert Mc
Wndc, an actor of great experience, to ar
range this play In a beautiful and poetical
manner. He lias written and copyrighted
what has been known mill accepted by the
public for thirteen consecutive years as
Hobeit Mcll'ttde's own creation of Wash.
lngton Irvlng's "Hip Van Winkle, Vaga
bond of tho Catskllls."
If you want a nice Spring Hat
Tim latest color and stylo call at
David Lowenberg's Popular Clothing
At u meeting of tho Vestry of St. Paul's
Episcopal church on last Monday evening,
nt tho residence of J, II. Hurinan, Hev. L.
Zahner reported that beforo nnothcr meet
lng was held, ho would have In has hands
n dividend from thu Lecturo Fund of the
Ministerial Association, amounting to
ubout twenty dollars. As It was the un.
derstandlng that tho money should bo for
the benefit of the churches, lie mado this
report that the Vestry might say what
disposition should bo made of the fuml.
On motion it was unanimously decided
that tho money should go to tho rector
tho clergymen havliur assumed thu rcspon
sllillty In case of u deficit, were entitled to
tho beuellt ot thu profits, as it was through
1 their energy and good management that
tho Course wus madu a success.
COLUMBIAN AlND DEMOCRAT,
About forty gentlemen sat down to n
table laden with good tilings In the Ex.
change Hotel dining room last Friday night,
tho occasion being n banquet to Mr. Clar.
enco Fllzpatrlck previous to Ids departure
for Hazlcton, where ho will make his home
ti tho future. Tho whole nffalr was of nn
impromptu character, nnd tho Informal
manner In which It was conducted mado It
nil tho more enjoyable. After tho inner
man had been satisfied, speeches were
mado by Geo. E. Elwcll, John M. Clark nnd
PnulE. Wirt, nnd responded to by Mr.
Fltzpntrlck. Mr. F. P.- Drinker proposed
the following toastt
Hero's good luck to our gallant friend Clarence,
Wo aro glad that ho's not going far heneo
May ho havo a fair show '
Where'er ho may go
May good angels bo partial to Clarence.
Tho company then retired from tho din.
Ing room, nnd after spending nn hour In
singing and a general good time, separated
in good order. Tlicro were many expres.
slonB of regret at Mr. Fltzpatrlck's depart,
tire, nnd from the largo nttendance nt tho
supper he lias the assurance that ho leaves
behind him many wnrm friends.
One of the drawbacks of married life is
sickness of the little ones. For n cold or
cough you cannot dud a better remedy
thnn Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Nearly all
physicians prcscrlbo It nnd no family
Bhould be without It.
Puiu.to Sale Law. In sale by miction
thero are three parties, viz: Tho owner of
tho property to be sold, the auctioneer nnd
n portion of tho public. The articles must
bo sold without reserve, nnd unless the
vendor reserve one hid he cannot bid him
self or have the auctioneer or any one else
hid for him. 'there aro cases on record
where a bid was not reserved, nnd the ven
dor lind a bidder who bought It in, nnd
nfterwards suit was brought ngainst tho
vendor by the highest bidder for the article,
and It wns decided that he, the plaintiff,
was the highest out-sldo bidder entitled to
the article against tho vender. So, also, If
any article is struck off to a person, and it
Is afterword ascertained that the vender or
auctioneer practiced fraud, by bidding him.
self or had buffers' it was held by the courts
of England, ami repeatedly decided by the
supreme court of Pennsylvania, that the
purchaser could not ho held hut the pur.
chaser as soon as he discovers tho fraud
practiced upon him must return to tender
the nrtlclc to the veiUer.
Cheap Hailkod Tickets to the West.
If you are going west buy your tickets of
H. D. Darlington, agent, P. &, IX. Hupcrt
station. He sells cheap tickets to fall parts
of tho west and over the most desirable
routes. Trains leave Hupcrt at G:10 and
8:00 n. m., and 4:00 p. in. feb 10-3m
The Hotai. Bakeu and Pastuy Cook.
A Hoyal addition to the kitchen library.
It contains over seven hundred receipts
pertaining to every branch of tho culinary
department, including baking, roasting,
preserving, soups, enkes, jellies, pastry,
and all kinds of BWeetmcnts, Including re.
ccipts for the most delicious candies, cor
dials, beverages, and all other necessary
knowledge for the chef tlecuitine of the most
exacting epicure, as well as for the more
modest housewife, who desires to prepare
for her lord and master repast that shall
bo both wholesome and economical. With
each receipt is given full and explicit direc
tions for putting together, manipulating,
shaping, baking, and kind of utensil to be
used, so that n novlco can go through the
operation witli success ; while n special
and important feature is made of the mode
of preparing all kinds of food and delica
cies for tho sick. The book has been pre
pared under tho direction of Prof. Hudmn
nl, late chroi tho New York Cooking
School, and is the most valuable of the
recent editions upon the subject of cook
ery that has come to our notice. It is
gotten up in the highest style of the
printer's art, on tinted pnper, with elabo
rately illuminated covers, etc. We ore
assured that every can of the "Royal
Baking Powder" contains an order for ono
of these valuable books.
Mot Affected ly Age.
Somo old specimens of Hoyal Baking
Powder that had-bcen kept on tho shelf of
a grocery store for ten years were recently
tested by Prof. Schedlcr ot New York, for
tho purpose of measuring the loss of
strength they had undergone. It was found
that, although the powder had been expos
ed to atmospheric changes during all this
time for it was not in nlr-tight cans Its
loss of raising power or strength was less
than one per cent, the powder being pruc
tically as good as tho day it was put up.
This is a most valuablo quality in a bak.
lng powder, one which few possess. Most
powders if not used when first made are
found to be ineffective. If kept even n few
weeks they loso their leavening power, be
come lumpy or caked, and valueless.
This superior keeping quality in the
"Hoyal" arises from tho extraordinary euro
In its manufacture, and the scientific prin
ciples employed in Its combination. The
articles used in its composition are thor
oughly dried by heat beforo being com.
pounded, and so prepared and coated as to
prevent tho notion of the acid upon tho nl
kali prciuaturcly,or except under the Inllu.
enco of heat or water necessarily used iu
booking or baking.
The Hoyal U now used extensively in
Australia, Africa, and other low latitudes,
where It has been found to he the only bak-
ng powder that will withstand tho hot,
m olst atmosphere without deterioration.
Invigorate your house plants before set.
ting them out, by using "Food for Plants."
We can recommend it. 10 nnd 20 cents
a package. For sale at this ofllce.
Miss Everett, of Watsonlown, is visiting
at Mr. Philip Creasy's.
Mr. Tlieodorc Fowler, of Berwick, Is
stopping with ids sister, Mrs, Frank Ha
genbuch. Mr. George L. Jolly, for several years a
teacher in the Orangevlllo Academy, was
seen at Hidlay church last Sunday, He
lias just returned from the Baltimore Med
leal aud Surgical College a full. fledged
M. D. Success to Dr. Jolly wherever lie
Mrs. E. A. Allcmau Is staying at her
brother's, Mr. James Miller, whoso wife is
still very sick.
Wo Just learned lust week that our old
neighbor, Mr. W. P. Conner, now of Potts
Grove, has joined that company of young
married men who go about telling their
friends in n very pleasant way, that "It's
a Boy I"
Wo were very sorry to hear of the failure
of Opdyke Ss Hess, ot Berwick. Mr, Hess
was raised In our valley, and that ho was
an honest, upright, fair young man, all
will testify who know hltu. He certainly
deserves bettor success.
Two tea parties were given last week,
both ot which havo been reported ns very
pleasant occasions. Tho first at Mr,
Philip Creasy's on Thursday evening, and
thu other at Mr, A. W. Spear's on Satur.
A spelllng-school was held at Hidlay,
Thursday evening. All wo have heard of
It was that Will White nnd Will McDowell
didn't stay very long, "all on account of
the party. Rkpoutsh.
Dkavkh Township. Justice of the Peace,
Allen -Mann, Jnmcs Foxj Constable, Frank
Rhodes; Supervisors, G. W. Longcnborgcr
102 votes, Conrad Deltas 03 votes) Poor
Overseers, John Kcnnlngcri School Dlreo.
tors, James T. Fox 03 votes, Jacob Lynn
110 votes, Nathan Brcdbcnncr 103 votes,
Simon Hons 103 votes; Assessor, Charles
Asldcman; Judge of election, Isaac Kllng
atnan; Inspectors, Chnrlcs Michael, Moses
Schllcher; Auditor, Jcsso Itlttenhouse.
Benton Township. Justice of the Pence,
Geo. W. Hlrlcman; Constable, Geo, W.
Knouse; Supervisors, Geo. W. Kccler 112
votes, William Ikeler 82 votes; Poor Over,
seers, Clcmucl Mclleuryt School Directors,
F. J. Sliultz, J. It. Iveclcr; Assessor, J. H.
Cole; Judge of election, Jnmcs Wlerman'
Inspectors of election, A. W. Mcllcnry,
Geo. W. Poust; Auditor, Holir Mcllenryi
Town clerk, Charles Gibbons.
BimwicK. Chief Burgess, Isaiah B owcr
Assistant Burgess, William Stlfnaglc; Town
Council, William B. Frcas, Daniel Hecdy,
Julius Hoft, Joseph Blank, William V. Pal
mer, Samuel Bender; Hgh Constable, Wil
lam Nugent; Constable, John G. Jncoby;
Poor Overseer. Reuben Moycr; School DU
rectors, I). O. McIIenry, W. E. Smith;
Judges nf election, Win. Jcrrard, cast dis
trict, Jno. W. Evans, west district; Inspcc
tors of election, Wm. Brcdhenner, Jnmcs
W. Evans, east district, J. W. Kurtz, S. H.
Ruch, west district; Assessor, William B.
BniAiseitEEK Township. Justice of tho
Peace, R. G. F Kshlnka; Constable,
A. B. Croop; Supervisors, Lahman Mirtz,
Stephen KIsncr, Reuben Sltler, School Di
rectors, William Lamoii, 3 years, Henry
Fedder, 3 years, Jcsso Kllngcr, 2 years; As-
sessor, H. 31. Evans; Judge of election, S.
E. Smith; Inspectors of election, Dennis
Kllnetnli, Isaac Mortz; Auditor, 31. L.
Houseknccht;, Town clerk, L. J. Adatnsi
Catawissa. Constable, Adam Mcnsch;
Supervisors, William Sharpless, Jacob
Bowers'; Poor Overseer, Jesse 3Icnsch;
School Directors, P. H. Baldy, L. B. Kline;
Assessor, Lewis Hayhurst; Judge of elect-
Ion, Jno. W. Dent; Inspectors, Jos. H. Rob.
ins. J. 31. Sellzlmrer: Auditor. A. II. Slmrn.
ess, ! years, T. E. Harder, 2 yrs.
Cevthama. Justlco of thu Peace, Thorn-
ns Murphy; Constable, Thomas Gregg;
Chief Burgess, James Caliban; Councllmen,
O. B. 3Illlard, John Williams, Setli Thorn
ns, Owen Daley, D. F Curry, Win. Peiffer;
School Directors, C. G. 3turphy, Geo. W.
Davis Sr. Judge of election, Jno. Spring;
Inspectors of election, George Jnmcs, Vat
Currnn; Assessor, John T. Jones; Auditor,
Centue Township. Constable, William
Shaffer; Supervisors, Stephen Swank,
Fred. K. llngcnbuch; Poor Overseer, Email,
uel L. Kelchner; School Directors, Jere
Wiqp, George Conner; Assessor, Hirnm
Whltmire; Judge of election, Joseph 3Iiller;
Inspectors of election. Geo. W. Whltmire,
31. I. Low; Auditor, A. W. Spear.
CoNYNatiAM Township. Justice of the
Peace, Ira Rodormcl; Constable, James
Calon; Supervisors, Roger Dixon, Pat
McDermott; Poor Commissioner, Pal rick
Haley; School Directors, Andrew Donahue,
3Iichael O'Harra; Assessor, Charles Wide
man, Judge of election, John 3Ionroe,
south, Patrick Flynn, north; Inspectors,
Pat Lovelle, John Pctts, south, John 31c
Closky, Thomas Ennls, nortli; Auditors,
Andrew Cain; Town clerk, John P. Han
non. FisitiNaciiEUKTowNsitif. Constable, Wil
liam 31. Stoker; Supervisors, Aaron Ben
der, Jno. Dreshcr; Poor Overseer, J. D.
3Icllenry; School Directors, F. 31. Pealer,
Norman 3IcIIenry; Assessor, L. 31. Cr.cve
ling; Judge of election, John Sutton; In
spectors, P. W. Ash, James fi. Jones; Au
ditor, J. 31. Bucknlew; Town clerk, Amos
Hnrtmon; Treasurer, David Yost.
FitANKi.iN Township. Justice of the
Pence, Charles Hughes; Constable, W. F.
Manhart; Supervisor, William George, Wil
liam Stoker; Poor Overseer, William G.
Fisher; School Directors, J. G. Hile, O. D.
L. Kostcnbauder; Assessor, David Recderi
Judge of election, H. Gotshall; Inspectors
of election, Jacob Swazey, R. 31. Rceder ;
Auditors, William Rohrbach, Jesse John.
GitEEXwoon Township. Constable, E. 31.
KIsncr; Supervisors, E. Hayman, W. E.
Patterson; School directors, J. G. Glrton,
S. B. Kisner; Assessor, Wilson A. Thomas;
Judge of election, James J. Vanhorn; In
spectors, J. C. Parker, L. P. Yeager; Audi.
tor, J. 13. Wellivcr.
Hemlock Township. Constable, Wm.
Foust; Supervisors, William Glrton, R. K.
Guild; Poor Overseer, J. G. Pcrselh School
Directors, E. J. Old, A. J. Enimett, W. P.
Eycrly; Assessor, W. P. Liedy; Judge of
election, Jos. Hnmmcr; Inspectors, H. W.
Appleman, E. D. Leldy; Auditor, W. C.
Jackson Township. -Coustablc, Calvin
Dcrr; Supervisors, John Rantz, Henry
Hirleman; Poor Overseers, W. P. Robbins,
W. L. Parks; School Directors, H.J. Hlrlc
man, Ellis Slcllenry; Assessor, F, 31, Pur
ker; Judge of election, John II. Fritz; In
spectors, Jasper N. Fritz, 3Ioses Savago ;
Auditor, Frank Derr; Town clerk, 8. W,
Locust Township. Constable, Frank P.
3Iouser; Supervisors, Solomon Strausser,
Charles Beaver; School Directors, Jeremiah
Snyder, T. P. Clierrlngton; Assessor, ('. S.
Hower; Judge of election, Daniel Stinc; In
spectors, John Fink, I. C. Johnson; Audi
tor, Peler Swank.
3Iadison Township. Justlco of thu
Peace, Win. A. Allen; Constable, E. F.
Wtdllvcr; Supervisors, 8. S. Loury, John
Howell; Poor Directors, Thomas 3Iordnn,
Geo. Whltcnight; Assessor, Robert John
sou; Judgo of election, David Philips; In.
spectnrs, W, 8. Smith, 31, E. 3Iasters; Au
ditor, D. 31. Sheep.
Main Township. Justice of the Peace,
D. S. Brown; Constable, Isaac Yetter; Su.
pcrvlsors, Jos. Hartzel, J. F. Bowman;
Poor Overseer, J. C. Shumau; School Di
rectors, Sol. Deaner, Jos. Kcefer; Assessor,
J, W. Kelchner; Judge of election, Geo.
Brink; Inspectors, A. W. Shuman, Allison
Derr; Auditor, D. B. Feddcrolf.
Mtm.is Township. Constable, S. II,
Wolf; Supervisors, John Yohey, Adam Mil.
lers Poor Overseer, Jacob Bittcnbender;
School Directors, Charles Gearhart, Emau,
uel Stout; Assessor, A, W. Hess; Judge of
election, O. H. Harman, Inspectors, J, E.
Snyder, A. B. Creasy; Auditor, Aaron An.
drowsj Town Committee, D. H. Jlontgom.
3IoNTouit Township. Justice of the Pcnco
John G. Quick; Constable, P. S. Kashner;
Supervisors, Asa Deily, Daniel Fry; Poor
Overseer, Philip Fuust; Bcliool Directors,
Elmer W. Runyan, W. J, Bhlleinan; Asses
sor, John Faust; Judgo of election, Wilhim
Trowbridge; Inspectors, W. 31. 3Ionroe, II,
D. Quick; Auditor, P. A. Evans.
3It. Pleasant. Justice of the Peace,
Jacob Oman; Constable, David Stroup; Su.
pervlsors, Philip Creasy, G, W. Ruckle;
Poor Overseer, Stephen Crawford; School
Directors, Clinton 31ellck, W. E. Johuson;
Assessor, Hi R. Grimes; Judge of election,
Joshua Hartzel; Inspectors, J, II, White,
Amos Wanlch; Auditor, A. V. Kressler.
Ouanub Township. Constable, 31. 0. Kel
ler; Supervisors, B. F, Barlch, Abr'm Kline;
Poor Overseer, Win. Debug; School Direc
tors, A. 31. Dewltt, Thomus Mcllenryi As.
sessor, A, 31, White; Judgo of election,
Emaudus Unaugst; Inspectors, G, 31, D,
Herring, A. H. Patterson; Auditor, M. O.
Vance; 'Vowu clerk, J, B. Delong; For
Poor House 01 Voles. Against Poor House
Pise Township, Constable, Jnmcs Trlv.
clplccc; Supervisors, Wltllum Knslmcr,
Emanuel BogartjPoor Overseers, John Lore,
1 year, Jacob Chcmberlln, 3 years; School
Directors, P. W. Sones, Lafayette linger;
Assessor, William Harlan; Judgo of elect
Ion, Uriah Chcmbcrlntn; Inspectors, Erl
Trlvclplccc, Robert Potter; Atldlior, T. B,
HoAlitNnciiEEK Township. Constable, I).
W. Rarlg; Supervisors, Joseph Lcvnn,
Gcorgo F. Craig; Poor Overseers, Abram
Whltner, 2 yrs. Wlllttm Zahncr, 1 year;
School Directors, Jno. Hampton, 3Inrtin
Brnch; Assessor, D. W. Harlg 03 votes,
Isaac Chcrlngton, 32 votes; Judge of elect,
ion, Abram Beaver; Inspectors, Samuel
Houch, Alfred Hoagland; Auditor, David
Soorr Township. Constable, Samuel
Hcacnck; Supervisors, David Gelslnger,
Charles Johnson; School Directors, Furman
Kressler, John Shellcnburger; Assessor, O.
B. Case; Judgo of election, James Fowler,
cast, J. R. Robins, west; Inspectors, J. B.
Ammcrman, Daniel Wertman, west, J. M.
Stooky, 3Ionroo Layman, cast; Auditor, II.
St'OAitLOAF Township. Justlco of tho
Pence, Andro'w Laubnch; Constable, New.
ton Harrington; Supervisors, John Getz,
David Kocher; School Directors, Geo. But.
HIT, Aaron Vanslcklc; Assessor, A L. Fritz;
Judge of election, Norman Cole; Inspectors,
J. G. Laubach, A. J. Hess; Auditor, A. R.
Fritz; Town clerk, J. H. Fritz.
Wo have arranged to grind Lewis' Puhb
White Lead in Camphihx'h ano Thaveii's
Puiie LtNsEED Oil, nnd are prepared to of
fer inducements In price to dealers nnd
consumers. He'niiv S, Reay,
3-2-3m RUpcrt illt
.til mi it itcniH.
3Inny persons were ularmed by tho sound
of the tiro gong nt Berwick on Friday eve,
but were afterwnrd Informed that the fire
did no damage.
3Irs. J, II, Hctter is improving in health
Tlios. and Susie Snyder, our new neigh
bors, took a visit to their former home nt
Milton on Saturday. They appear to bo
lively, sociable and energetic people.
Eli Brown has moved to the Hetler farm
opposite his father's residence, where he
will till the soil tho coming year.
The annual conference of the English
Lutheran church of this district will bo in
session at this place on next Monday, Tues
day and Wednesday and evenings.
Wm. 3Ieyers will move from this town
ship to Falls Run, Luzerne county, in n
short Itinic. He will run the Glen hotel nt
Hint place, of which lie is the owner.
Professor Johnson, the successful music
id Instructor, who held n convention nt
this place last year, wc are pleased to learn
will be with us again next week to hold
another convention. He is nn nble instruct
or and will no doubt get a large class.J
Peter Bittcnbender of Ashley, Luzerne
county, visited Ids father'at this place some
days ago. It has been a long time since ho
wns in these parts.
Ed. Smith Is now a resident of 3f IflJJn '11
le, where lie moved on Thursday.
Stephen Wolf is living Iu one part of
Joseph Shuman's house.
Our friend Hattle Kline, who has been
living with her sister nt Hazteton for some
time, is back ngain nnd all aro pleased to
David Lowenberg is now in Now York
city selecting a grand line of Spring and
Slimmer goods. The public nnd ids pa
trons are requested to call and examine tho
superior stock he is now prepared to show
them ids long experience nnd practical
knowledge of the Clothing business In nil
Its branches Is n sure guarantee to the pub
Ho that he can sell them n good Article nt
n low price. Call nnd examine the largest
and best stock in Columbia County.
Our Common SclioolH.
The following is the report of our com
mon schools ns given by Superintendent
Grimes in the State Superintendent's report
of Public Instruction for 1882:
In taking a retrospectivo view of the
worklngof the school year just closed, I nm
lec.d to believe that the progress has been
encouraging. Evidences Jnro clearly dis
cernible of a disposition upon the part of
the people generally to enter heartily into
the work of our common schools. There
has been more school-liouse building than
usual and improvement in school property.
The directors linve exercised remarkably
good judgment ;in the selection of school
sites, furniture, nnd the design of the build-
ings, nil of which are excellent. The school
term in Catawissa was increased, from Ave
to ten dollnrs per month haying been added
to the salaries of quite a number of the
teachers, and many of the other districts
are beginning to see the necessity of paying
n higher salary and having a longer term
of school. Tlicro were, during the past
year, erected tn tills county the following
number of school-houses: In Catawissa,
one; in Conynghnm, one; in Greenwood,
one; in Briar Creek, two.
riie Catawissa' scliool-house, like tho
Bloomsburg State Normal School, is situat
ed at the head of 3Iain street, on n knoll
overlooking tho town. kFcw towns, indeed,
are so highly favored by nature with such
a beautiful school-ground. JTlio building
is in the format n cross. On the first floor
there nre three rooms, each twcnty-slx feet
by thlrty-ono feet; two recltntlon.rooms,
each eleven feet by twelve feet, ono eight
feet thy twenty feet. Opening into eacli
room Is n clothes-room, supplied with
hooks for hanging up outsldo garments, Ac.
Thero are, also, two halls, ono ten feet by
seventy feet, the oilier seven feet by thirty-
eight feet. The entrances Jto tho different
rooms nre separate, so that while passing
in and out the pupils do not come iu con
tact with each other. The partition be
tween two of tho rooms on tho second floor
is so utranged that it can bo easily removed,
thus making Ja hall twcnty-slx feet by scv.
cnty feet. A tower rising from tho center,
with dormer windows on cither side, adds
beauty nnd variety to tho whole structure,
It is heated by steam, nnd is covered with
a Bluto roof. Its cost wns ubout fourteen
thousand dollars. In point ot locution, size,
economy of room, convenience of arrange
ment, ventilation, healing, etc., It Is one of
tho very best, If not tho best, In the county.
I ho Conynghnm house Is one story high
has two rooms, about twcnty-slx feet by
twcnty.elght feet each. Iu short, tho build-
ings are all large, havo high ceilings, ante,
rooms In which to deposit wrappings, din-
ner, etc., 'plenty of blackboard surface,
good out-buildlngs, and provided with the
very best patent furniture. 'This is on en
couraging sign nf tho time, since It has not
been very many years ago when many of
tho buildings were furnished willi seats
mado by tho contractor, nnd with an insuf
ficient blackboard surface.
Very few of the schools, I am sorry to
say, nro well supplied with apparatus. Tills
is unfortunate, und is if subject which de
niunds the Immediate attention of the school
ofllcers. Outside the larger towns I found
but few unabridged dictionaries, except In
Montour township, where all of tho schools
were supplied during tho past term with
Webster's Unabridged. About fifty per
COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
cent, of tho schools havo reading charts,
forty per cent, havo globe, nnd but very
few schools havo more maps (except Cor
ncll's, printed many years ago, consequent
ly not ndnptcd to the present day) than
those of Pennsylvania and of tho world,
Tho Berwick school-board recently furnish,
cd their high school with more thntt one
hundred dollars' worth of philosophical np.
pnrattis. The Catawissa primary schools
are provided with measures, scales, etc., In
which the pupils nro very much Interested
In Berwick tho schools Incrensed so rap.
Idly that It was necessary to Increase the
corps of teachers from six to eight. Tho
Catawissa schools have been rc-organlzcd,
nnd are now well graded, Then, too, tho
number of Instructors was Increased. One
wns engaged to assist the primary teacher,
nnothcr the principal, so that lie could
spend a part of 'each day In school vlslta.
lion. This new departure, for so It was ;in
the history of tho Catawissa schools, has
fully met the most sangnlno expectations
of tho board, nnd I nm glad to sny that
there ore now few who nro not In hearty
sympathy with this, one of the most enter
prising nd progressive school-boards in
Thirty-four of the teachers of this county
hold State normal diplomas, seven pcrninn
cut, fourteen professional, and one hundred
nnd forty-two provisional certificates All
of them holding the higher grades of cer
tificates, with few exceptions, did good
work, and the service of a largo number of
the latter was satisfactory. When we take
into consideration the work done by so
ninny, even under such unfavorable circum
stances, we have reason to take courage
and look hopefully forward to the day
when the school term shall be lengthened,
the salary increased, believing that all of
the pupils will then enjoy educational ad
vantages equal to the now most favored. 1
nm but paying n just tiibute to tlie ncadc
mles and the normal school of this county,
when I say that their Influence has done
very much to elevate the grade of our
schools, to stimulate our teachers to mako
greuter efforts for their own advancement,
nnd to strengthen nnd develop a sentiment
In favor of liberal education and scholastic
(To be concluded next week.)
All kinds of vendue
notes kept nt the
James Roberts of Sugailoaf township,
wldlo on his way to Benton with u load of
lumber on Thursday of hist week was so
severely injured that lie died during the
night. The sled upset nt the side of the
road, und the lumber fell on him crushing
him badly. He wiis' tiiken to the house of
Dr. Edwards but he Jwas past the physl
chin's skill, mid dicd-therc.
The great superiority of DR.
BULL'S COUGH SYRUP over
allother cough remedies is attested
by the immense popular demand
for that old established remedy.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Croup, Asthma. Bron
chitis, Whooping Cough, Incipient
Consumption and for the relief of I
-onsumptive persons in advanced
ta;'cs of the Disease. For Saje
' y.ill Dmggicts. Price, 25 cents.
Look Heke t If you arc going West why
not start rigid, avoid all further trouble by
purchasing your tickets of W. B. Poust
ngent of D. L. it W. R. R. at Bloomsburg.
He can glvo you your choice of routes
either by way of Pennu, R. R. or Nlngura
Falls and Erie R. R. Baggage checked
through to destination 100 pounds, free
with each ticket. Circulars, timo tables or
any other information will be cheerfully
given at uuy time. tf.
At the residence of 3Ir. Jacob F. Staufer,
Bloomsburg, February 14, 1883, by Rev.
C. Wilson Smith, Mr. Jacob F, Staufer, of
Bloomsburg, to 3IIss Jane Uhclcuburger,
At the residence nf her father, Bcnj imiii
McIIenry, near Hhorsburg, on thu 20th day
of February 188,'t, Alveretta 3fcIIenry, aged
27 years and 1 'lay. She was burled at
Benton, where an appropriate discourse
was delivered by W. R. 3Iathcrs from 3Iatt.
0, 20-22. She hail suffered much, but was
patient, and now rests In that land where
suffering is unknown.
TJ AT T 'O VEGETABLE
Tho Drat U tho Cheapest.
Safety! Economy It Certainty of Good
These qualities aro of prime Importance In tho
selection of a preparation for tho hair, Po not
eipcrlmentntth new remedies which maydo
harm rather than good ; but profit by tho ex
pcrlence of others, Iluy and uso with perfect
confldenco an article which ever) body knows
to be good. Hall's IIaik Itr.Ntwr.n will not
II. P. Hall & Co., Nnslum.N.II.
Sold by all Prugglsts,
Towels 10 els. ner. niilr. U5 cts. ner.
pair, fiO cts per, pair, 75 cts. per pair, up
to !y.7a per. pair at i. w. iianman is
333V nice white, thrittv shoats nnd pIl'S
in weigiu irom -u ins. -,, ,su, no, -to, -to, nu,
00, 70, 75 lbs. nplece. All young hens,
young roosters, old hens, turkeys, geese,
ducks, inrd, dried apples in tnu county
wanted w.t Light htrcct, ny biias loung.
New cottonailes for
pan tings and
shirtings just In this week nt
man a ooirs.
Strictly pure timothy seed, clover seed
and largo yellow seed corn a car load of
il ior 9!iio nt j.ignt Bireet ny Biias Young,
of new gingiinins and seer.
opened at I. W. Hartman
goods shown ou thu streets.)
100 teams wanted right away now
haul oak lumber from about six miles
above Kohrshurg to thu railroad at lllooms
iiurg, at Light htreet liy Silas voting.
You can eel a ladles good rubber
water proof circular at l.ut & Sloan's
Dr. Warner's corsets sold ut I. W, Hart
man iv lion's.
A largo slock of new Ginghams ntLittZit
rionu s ior o cents n ynril.
More B nnd 0 cent
Sloan's this week.
calicoes nt Lulz &
The new shades in Indies' dress cloths,
i.-riniieu sirawnerry nnu otn ers, nt 1. W,
Hartmnn & Son's.
The Easier e nrds nt I. W. Hartmnn &
eon's nro pretty nml rlienp 1 cent to
Five more pieces of blnck dress silks
lust received nt Lutz & Sloan's this week.
0999 Pounds Good' Pork
999 Good Live Calves.
09 Good Ltvu Shorts, In weight i 30,
3!i. 40. fiO .o 00 nnu nils.
Good Youtui Beeves.
Bushels Good Clovcrsccd.
Bushels Good Potatoes.
09991 Pntiml Drlnil A, ml
99999 founds Dried Raspberries, pitted
cherries and lard.
AH ot tho nbove wanted nt Light Ftrcct
by 811ns Young.
See tho new cloths nnd other dress noods
nt Lulz ifc Sloan's.
Strictly pure Clover and Timothy seed,
n car load of It for sale nt Light Street by
Silas Young. mar. 2-2m
I. W. Hartman & Son's is the place
where butter and eggs come and go fast.
Only good fresh bought.
Quick, complete cure, nil nnnoylng Kid.
noy, Bladder nnd Urinary Diseases. $1.
"Wells Health Hcnewer" -cstorcs health
nnd vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence
SHII.OH'S CONSUMITIOS CtJItE.
This is beyond question tho most success,
fill Cough Medicine wo hnvc ever sold, a
few doses invariably cure the worst cases
of Cough, Croup, and Bronchitis, while its
wonderful success in the cure of Consump.
tion is without a parallel in the history of
medicine. Since Its first discovery it has
been sold on a guarantee, n test which no
other medicine can stand. If you have a
Cough we earnestly ask you to try it. Price
10 cts. and $1.00. If your Lungs aro sore,
Chest, or Back, Lame, uso Shiloh's Porous
Plaster. Price 25 cts. Sold by J. II. Kin
ports. may 5 cow
A SOUIHSIIIXO WINE.
Old nnd Infirm persons need some mild
tonic or gentle stimulant, especially nt
this season. 1 he wine made nt Speer's
3Iount Prospect Vineyards, in New Jersey,
called Speer's Port Grnpo Wine, is used in
the Atlantic Slates ns the best tonic wine
known, nnd is regarded ns pure, and is
Very popular among physicians. It is es
pecially beneficial for females and old pco
pie. St. Louh Republican. For sale by C.
ASSWEIt THIS QUESTION.
Why do so many people we sec around
us, seem to prefer to suffer and be made
miserable by Indigestion, Constipation,
Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Coming up of
the Food, Yellow Skin, when for 75 cts.,
we will sell them Shiloh's Vltnlizer, guaran
teed to cure them. Sold by J. II. Kin
ports. muy 5-eow
The cxtraordinry popularity of Aycr's
Cherry Pectoral is the natural result of its
use bv intelliccnt nconlc for over fortv
years. It lias indisputably proven itself
the very best known specific for all colds,
coughs and pulmonary complaints
CONCOllI) OIIAl'E VINES.
Flue, vigorous Vines, Two, three and
Four Years' Old, for side by the dozen or
thousand nt the lowest prices.
inesc vines nro raised on tho ruinous
3It. Prospect Vineyards, at Passaic, N. J.,
where the well-known Port Grape Wine is
produced that is so highly esteemed nt
Dresden nnd Berlin, and other European
Cities to which it is shipped, and Unit is so
highly esteemed ny physicians everywhere.
Address, alfked bpeeii,
Jan. 20, '831; Passnic, N. J.
All ladies who mnv be troubled with
nervous prostration, who suffer from or
ganic displacement ; who have a sense of
weariness nnd a teelinir o lassitude : who
arc languid in tho morning ; in whom the
ppetlte for food Is capricious 'and sleep at
proper hours uncertain, should have re
course to 3Irs. Pliikham's Vegetable Com
pound. shiloh's oataiuui r.EMEDV. A mnrve
Ions cure for Catiirrli, Diphtheria, Canker
mouth, und Head Ache. With eacli bottle
there is an ingenious nasal Injector for tho
more succcsstui treatment of these com
plaints without extra charge. Price OOcts.
Sold by J. H. Kinports. may 5-eow.
"STFcathers, ribbons, velvet can nil be
colored to match that new lint by using
mc uiamomi wyes, iu cents ior any color.
"BOUGH O.V ItATS."
Clears out rats. mice, roaches, flies, ants.
ueu-uugs, skuiiks, ciiipniuiiKs, gophers,
.""keen to vour nhice and vour nlneu
will keep you." But cannot expect to
Keep place without health, the foundation
oi un success, f or instance, a railroad
engineer In tho employ of the C. 31. & St.
nun iv. ii. nan ueen cncviously airected
wiiii diaueies ior six years, lie took four
boxes of kidney-Wort and now writes
that he is entirely cured nnd working reg
Ono Night Only.
MONDAY MARCH 12,
THE DRAMATIC EVENT.
Knyagoineiit of tin Eminent Actor ami
MoW AD m
Supported by a superb company under tho
management of C. W.Mvldder.
IN HIS OWN GRAND CRKATlON OF
RIP VAN WINKLE,
VAGABOND 0? THE CATSHILLS.
Twelfth Season and Phenomenal
ACT. I. The vlllago of Falling Waters
Kip on the green with the children.
ACT II. On tho Catsklll Mountains Hip
and the Dummies Tho sleep of twenty
CT III. The awakening-Old and gray
Joy mingled with tears.
Admission 75, 00 and 25 cents. No extra
charge for reserved seats, on sale nt DENT-
THURSDAY, M AHOII 15.
CLARK & CLEARY
Combination. Ho it athletic enlerta'umtnt ere
Alice Jenulnes tni cinmnlon Female sparrer in
a rattllnir setto with Kddle u'llrion, Uweu Mo.
uaru nnu nam 11 rrv ma uiunioion caicil as
.jacit H.ienen. cinmnlon light-neUht of Amer-
lea, and John 11. uurk In a wonneiful bout. Tom
viarik, uumra nyttu, lAruujru, vcv iy ana tuo
n.in itmlvu, nn M -unn till.. ,,).-.. ,u..
. " ' v.-v, mi.v viran, i;iuui.
pon beavT.welght of 'enisnvanla, and Touvuy
Cu waler, imvi.weljhtot ths Weit.
Mr. C'ark will app
I'HACTICK. Also In
pear In CHAMPION rifLB
mi in u neeu ana Jigs.
Prices 35 & 50 Cents
entitled 'LIFB UN 'UIK MigSlbdll'l'i," A rich
theme, and the ilonott. rae'ett volume of all the
wuiu w'H'ti 1 uuruvirriMiu iiiii&iraiion. f?,
NX In otblt prUui to agent. A word to tho wlso
A ftVTT'T,cWANTKI,-,),,tnt' now w?'
particulars iddreu Do
liron., I'lilia., l'a.
r Mar M
ORPrUNS' COURT SALE
V VALDAI) lb : rs HI
In pursuvneo ot an ordjrol the "orphans' Oaurt
o' Columbia county tho unlcrslghed trustee to
mike silo ot the land ot Kltubetb Kelchner, de-o.-ated,
will expose to Public Sale ou tbo premises
tnMlffllnttllo, said couaty, on J
At ten o'clock o. in., the following described real
estate, Htuate In said village of Miminrllle, on
tho south side ot Vourth street, adjoining lot of
M.E. Church on tbo East, Fifth street on tho
Suutu, lot of Hamuel Dldlcman on tho West)
b;lng sixty-six feet In width on Fourth street,
and two hundred feet, moro or less, deep, where
on Is erected a two story frame house.
TKIIMS OF 8ALB. Ten por cent, of tho one
fourth of the purchase money to bo paid at the
striking down of tbe property, the one-fourth less
t lie ten per cent, nt tbo confirmation ot sale ; and
the remaining three-fourths In one year there
alter, with Interest from onflrmttlon ntst.
l'urchasers to pay for do d.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
Tho undersigned administrator of Elizabeth
Walter, deceatcd, of Montour township, Colum
bla county, ra., will expose to public sale ontLo
SATURDAY March, 31st 1883.
At two o'clock In tho afternoon, a mesiuago and
tract ot land situate la tbe township of Montour
in said county ot Columbia, bounded by lands ot
ltcubcn (lulld, John Walter, Kvan Welllvcr's er-
tate, Francis Evans, Samuel Clleer, William
Trowbridge and others, containing
moro or le is.
TERMS OF SALE. Ten p:r cent, of the one.
fourth oi the purchase money to bo pall at the
striking down ot be property; tbo one-fourth less
tbe ten per cent, at tho connrmat'oa of sale; and
the remaining three-fourth i In one year there
after, with Interest from conuriratlon nisi.
rurcliasers to pay for died.
Mar 2 Administrator.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
I'ursuant to an order ot tho Orphans' Court of
Columbia county, ra., will bo sold at Tubllc Bale,
on the premises In the' townphlp of Beaver, In
sild county on
FRIDAY, March 23, l:
At two o'clock In the afternoon, the following de
scribed real estate, late ot Jacob llakcr, deceased,
to-wlt: A farm adjoining lands ot Charles Mi
chael, Qtdeon Uredbenner and others, contain
more or losp, whereon aro erected a two-story
frame dwelling house, frame barn and other out
bulldlng. Hald Und bslng well Improved.
Ten per cent ot ono fourth of tho purchase
money to be paid at striking down of tho proper
ty ; the ono fourth less the ten per cjnt. at the
combination absolute ot i lie sale, and the balance
In one year from eonnrmatlon nisi, with Interest
from that date.
ruicliasers to pay for deed.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
Real Estate I
l'ureuantto tin order of the Orphans' Court ot
Columbia county, I'd., will bo sold at t'ubllo Sale,
on t'je premises, la Mini'u township In said dun-
THURSDAY, March 11.
At two o'clock in the att'rnoon. the followlngde
scrlbedreal estate late ot William Kelchner, de
ceised, to-wll: Alarm adjoining lands ot Low
Bros. & Co., on ths North and Kast, on the South
by lauds of Samuel Drcs he", Oeorge redder and
others, on tho West by. lands cf George redder,
more or lea?, whereon aro erected a two-story log
house, frame barn and oat buildings ; also a good
well ot wat.'r and apple orchard.
TERMS OK SALE. Ten per cent, of the one-
fourth ot tho purchase money to be paid at tbe
striking dewn of tbo property, tbo one-fourth less
tbe ten per cent, at the connrmatlon ot sale ; and
the remaining three-fourths In one year there
after, wlih Interest from continuation atsl.
Purchasers to pay for needs.
It, FRANK ZAItll,
Slar 2 Trustee.
SHOULD SUBSCRIBE FOR
Strawbridgo & Clothier's
EVERY NUMBER CONTAINS:
Nearly oae thousand engravings. Illustrating the
new things In uvry department oi fashion.
EVERY NUMBER CONTAINS:
vnur imw of new music. In most cases original.
either vocal or Instrumental.
EVERY NUMBER CONTAINS:
Tuo prices of all klndi of Dry floods, together
with descriptions and engravings to show what
they loos like.
EVERY NUMBER CONTAINS:
Valuable original articles, mostly Illustrated, on
subjects that treat ot tho adornment ot the per
son, tho beautifying of homo, and the newest
things In irt needle work.
EVIRY NUMBER CONTAINS:
ins ru'tlanshow the distant cousumer can ebon
as sat stijtorlly and as economically aa.resldjnu
of tbe city.
1'HICB, 60 CL'NTS VKR COPY.
(SPECIMEN COPIES, 15 CENT?.
5TBAWBRID3E & CLOTHIER,
Eight and Market Streets, Philadelphia.
Jan- 5, 'tu-tr.
Wheat per bushel
Hye " .
Flour per barrel
cioverseed , o.eo
.. . te ve
i,aru per puuuu
Hay per ton
Uuckwheat tlower per too,,
Flour Th market waB qui t,
Kvt FnoeK-H 19.
Wiikit The market was steady ; No S western
redll.ttJKi Delaware and Pennsylvania rd
tl.U(4l vox, ; longberry red and amb-r ll.tt)l.tl.
Conn-Hit) market was steady with fair Inquiry;
suainer 5o : sulljellow 69tf63o; no. s mixed
onn-Market was steady i No. 1 white tf (Mc i
No. it do Mifci3iC! no. s do tsssjv'c; No, 1 lulled
iivs scarce at too bid for Pennsylvania.
1'KovisiONs-Flim Willi u fair di inand.
Ltsu Milket was Una; city kettle ll,(4tsc;
loose butchers' lie; prime steam (II.tiuAi.
Ilurr Ths market was qulei and unchanged;
I'ennsjlvanla creamery extra Bfrtioc: western do
sstfsoe; Hiadford county extra T3'Ac; New
York extra IMV8:: do rtrsts 3tt2sc: western
extra vstfgsc; do good to choice ITgaOc. Holla
were dull; rennsilvanUUi!0c; wealvrn lltoo.
Kmis V lrm with a fair demand t Pennsylvania
s.c, weuieru va, iitc; iiuiuu itxstvv.
THE ATTENTION OF INVESTORS
Is railed to the shares ot THE UltEAT PLAINS
IViChTOCK COMPANY as a means for the safe
and prnntuble Investment of huiui or tie up, The
capital U loo p0 (hares of f 10 each, full paid and
ion assessable. Company chartered by general
laws ot Colorado, Interest at the rale ot W to M
per cent, per anuum, juyatile quarterly. The
erybt-st reference for character and qualifica
tions of managers, wlih full particulars, sent oa
The ureal 1'lalus LPo Stock Co., D.'nver, Col,