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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
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J. K. BlttnbWw.,; E4lto"'
FRIDAY, PfitmUAHY 29, 1881.
The Demooratlo Polioy.
Tlio Charleston, S. 0., JVctoa and
(ourier, whoso editor is a member of
the Democratic National Committee,
spoaks tlnm oi tlio policy of the party
in the coming campaign : "Tlio doler
mltiatlon appears lo bo" to nwnit quietly
tlio result of tlio Congrensioiml session
ami tho effect of tlio Kopublican noinl
nation boforo fixing on tlio man or the
platform. Tlio first desiro is to get a
winning man on a winning issue, and
probably tho Republicans will bo loft
to shapo tho fight. If they tako n pro
nounced stand for tho protective tariff
tho Democrats will lean towards a tariff
for rovnnue, and as tlio feeling in favor
of tariff revision is moro ngirrrssivo in
tho West than in tlio East, tint holding
of tho convention at Chicago should
have a favorable effect in tho direction
of n positive nnd bold tnriff polioy on
tho Democratic side. Much will de
pend, however, on tho missionary work
to be dono by the Dctnocratio press In
tho next threo or four months."
Bismark and America.
Considerable talk has been occasion
ed by tho action of Bismarck, Chancel
lor of Germany, on tho death oi llerr
Lasker, n German statesman in this
country. Bismarck refused to present
tho resolutions to tho Reichstag, and
returned tliem to congress with tho
following communication :
"Any recognition in a foreign count
ry of tho personal qualities of a Ger
man, especially when made by so im
portant a body as the House of Repre
sentatives, is gratifyiilg to our na
tional feeling. I should havo
gratefully accepted tho communication
mado bv Minister Sargeant, and should
havo asked the Emperor to empower
me to present it to tho Reichstag if the
resolution had not contained nn opin
ion regarding the object and effect of
llerr Lasker's political activity which
was opposed to my courictions accord
ing to my experience of tlio political
and economic development of tho Ger
man people. I cannot recognize the
opinion a3 one which events I havo
witnessed would justify. I should not
venture lo oppose my judgment to tho
opinion of such an illustiious body as
the House of Representaliues if I had
not by more than 30 years active parti
cipation in tlio internal affairs of Ger
many, gained an experience which
justifies mo in attaching a certain value
to my judgment in questions of homo
affairs. I cannot determine to ask the
Emperor for tho necessary power to
communicate the resolutions to the
Rcisclmtag because I should havo offi
cially to advocate before tho Emperor
an opinion which 1 caunot recognize as
Tho ATatiojial Gazette of Berlin
says : "Prince Bismarck's decree is
deprived of all sting for Congress and
tho American people, because the whole
affair is made entirely a matter of in
ternal German polioy. It is doubtful,
however, whether it" would havo been
necessary to troublo tho Emperor re
garding such a purely formal matter as
handing tho Lasker resolution to the
Ri'ichslag. At any rate, tho consent
of tho Crown to hand to the Reichstag
the funds suhscrilind in America for the
relief of the inundated distucts last
year was never asked, and numerous
other instances of a Binnlar description
might bo cited."
Bismarck seems determined that
neither tho American hog nor the re
solutions oulogistio of a deceased poli
tical opponent of his, shall get into the
hands of tho German people. It is not
likely that there will bo a war between
Germany and America over this matter.
Detnooratio National Convention.
The Democratic National Committee
met at the Arlington Hotel, Washing
ton, D. C, on the 22d of February.
Pennsylvania was represented by Vic
tor E. Piollet.
When the committee had been call
ed to order by Chairman Barnura the
proposition to ndrait to the next con
vention delegates from tho Territories
was considered and it was resolved
that oach Territory bo advised to send
two delegates to tho convention, the
question of their admission to be de
termined by tho convention. Tho
quo3iion oi me proper date tor holding
tho convention was then taken up and
a wide diversity of opinion on tho sub
ject was rovealed, members favorincr
dates from tho latter part of May to
o-ugusi o. uy a vote ot 21 to 17 tho
committee rejected a motion to hold
tho convention on Mav 21 nnd tlio
preposition to Belect Juno 24 was next
taken up and that date was agreed
upon oy a vote ot 23 to 15, but subse
quently reconsidered and July 8th was
Tlio committeo then decided to hear
Uie delegations from the various cities
in support of their claim for selection
as tlio place tor holding tho conven
tion. Tho Cities wero tnknn nn in aI
phabotioal order of the States and two
I . f ... .
ueiegaies irom eacn city wero admit
ted, twenty minutes being allowed to
Addresses were made in favor of
Baltimore, Cincinnati, Chicago, Louis
ville, St. Louis and Saratoga. On tho
third ballot Chicago was chosen.
Tho followiug call was presented by
tho executive committeo nnd agreed
Tho national Democratic committee
having met in tho city of Washington
on tho 22ml day of February, 1884,
lias appointed Tuesday, tho 8th day of
July next, at noon, as tho time, nnd
chosen tho city of Chicago as tho placo
of holding tho National Doniocratio
Convention. Each State is entitled to
a ropresontation there equal to double
tho number of iu Senators and Repre
sentatives in the Congress of tho
United Stntos. The Democrats of
each organized Territory and the Dis
trict of Columbia are invited to send
two delegates, subject to the deuiaion
of the convention as to their admi'sion.
All Doniocratio conservative citizens of
tho United States, irrespective of past
political associations and differences,
who can unite with us in tho effort for
pure, economical nnd constitutional
government, nro coidially invited to
join in sending delegate) to the con
vention. Tho call was signed by all tho mem
bers of tho national Democratic com
mittee. On motion of Mr. MoIIenry,
of If nturkv, it wns resolved that tlin
next meeting of the commit teu ho held
at the Palmer House, Chicago, on July
7th next. Tho oommitteo then ad-journed.
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ELECTED t'ElllttUUY 19tll 1881.
Bkavi:ii. Constable, Charles Bakcri
supervisors, J. Klingamnn, Amos John
son t poor overseer, Peter Slielllmin
mer t school directors, Jno. Dricsbaeh,
G. E. Witchio ( assessor, A. W. Maniij
judgo of election, J. W. Longcnhergert
itispectoro, Samuel Lehr, Conrad Diotyj
nuditor, Lovi Michael.
Benton. Constable Goorgo W,
Knouso t supervisors, William Iphcr,
Samuel Appplcman j poor overseers, W.
L. Cole, 072, Iliinm Ash 072 school
directors, J. L. 0. Kline, George Gib
bons t assessor, J. It. Colo j judgo of
election, Jnmcs Connor t inspectors of
election, R. L.Scigfrled, RussollShiiltz;
auditor, Lafayette Keclcr.
Briaiicrkek. Constable, A. B.
Croop ) supervisors, Lahtnnn Mart, G.
M. Bower ) poor overseer, M. II. Petty;
school directors, Wesley Ash, (1S2,
Samuel Hotiok 082, S. Siller G82 j as
sessor, II. M. Evans judgo of election,
Samuel Smith i Inspectors of election,
Henry Garrett, Win. Lamon i audi
tor, George W. Miller; town clerk, L.
Oatawissa. Justioo of tho peace,
Clinton Ellis, constable, Adam Mensch;
supervisors, Stephen Boyler, Jacob
Bowers ; poor overseer, J. II. Gerry :
school directors, Luther Kyer, I. II
Seesholtz; assessor, Lowh Hayhurst;
judge of election, W. II. Guy ; incpeo
tors, A. Truckenmiller, Cbas. Krcigh ;
Auditor, J. R. Deemer.
Centre. Justice of the peace, Sam
uel Itidlay ; constable, A. J. Hess ;
supervisors, Fred Hagcnbiioh, Aaron
Kelchuer ; poor overseer, Lafayetto
Creasy ; school directors, Jesse lloff
mnu, Wm. H. Hess ; assessor, Bruce
Frease ; judgo of election, John Millen
inspectors, J. S. Hagcnbuch, Charles
A. Connor ; auditor J. D. Brader.
Contnoham, Justioo of the peace,
William Goodman ; constable, James
Barrcy ; supervisors, Patrick MoDor
mott, Patrick Egan ; school directors,
Patriok Brcnnan, Chas. Wciderman ;
assessor, Michael Moiinghau ; judgo of
election, Thomas Casey, south, Pat
rick Flynn, north ; inspectors, Jnmes
Domey, Patrick Loveil, south, Jno.
McClosky, Michael Farrell, north ;
town clerk, Jno. P. Hannon.
Fisiiinocreek. Constable, E. L.
Lemon ; supervisors, E. P. Bender, J.
P. Creasy ; poor overseer, P. J. Wea
ver j school directors, Isaiah Raber,
Levi Beishlino ; assessor, L. M. Crevo
ling ; judgo of election, Charles Kelch
uer ; inspectors, W. B. Pennington,
Silas McIIenry ; auditor, M. W. Hess ;
town clerk, Amos Hartman ; treasurer
Franklin Justice of tho Peace, C.
Hughes ; Coiutable, W. F. Manhart ;
supervisors, Wm. George, Wellington
Clark ; poor overseer, P. Manhart ;
school directors, Francis Ely, Wm.
Fisher 2 years, Henry Gutshaw 2 years;
assessor, Win. E.. Hower ; judgo of
election, Daniel Lohrman ; inspectors,
C. B. Scesholtz, Lovi Georgo j auditor,
Greenwood Constable, Win. De-'
wilt ; supervisors, F. P. Eves, Wm. P.
Ikeler ; school directors, David Brady,
John Lemon ; assessor, II. J. McEwon;
judgo of election, I. M. Domott ; in
spectors, J. C. Parker, C. B. Johnson ;
auditor. Charles Dildine.
Hemlock Justice of the Peace, N.
P. Mooro ; constable, Win. F. Faust ;
supervisors, Lowis Girton, R. II. Guild;
poor oveiseer, Eli Ohl ; school direct
ors, Wm. P Eyerly, Peter J. Brugler ;
assessor, Win. P. teidy ; judge of elec
tion, Joseph Hummer; inspectors, Jas.
D. Pursell, Eli J. Ohl ; auditor, Hugh
Jackson. Constable, Alexander
Knouse ; supirvisorn, Jno. F. Derr, 70,
George It-mley, 70 ; poor overseer,
Wm. P. R"hlins ; school directors,
Calvin Derr, II. J. Hirlemaii ; judgo of
eleulion, lieorge ilirleman, inspectors,
James B. Robbies, Wm. B Rubbins ;
auditor, Augustus Ebehrnrt ; town
clerk, Silas W. MoIIenry.
Locust Constable, Andrew Rupp ;
supervisors, Wm. L Kline, Solomon
Strau88er; poor overseer. Chas. Beaver;
school directors, Daniel Pensvl, Elia
Leibv : assessor. Kobt, M. Watkins
judgo of election, Adam Diramick ;
inspectors, V. a. W. I'ox, Wm. IS.
Snyder ; auditor, Isaac Dyer.
Madison Justice of tlio Peace, II.
H. Stout ; constable, E. F. Wellivor ;
supervisors, Jno. Miller, Joel Moser ;
poor director, T. H. Gingles ; school
directors, Albert Giiton, Josiah Manst ;
assessor, Kobert Johnson ; judge of
election, W. J. Alien ; inspectors, C.
II. Fruit, Milton Eves ; auditor, D. N.
Main Cotistable, Isaao Yetter : bu
pervisora, Simon Bredbonnor, Elias
bhuman j poor overseer, Nathan Mil
ler ; sohool directors, Jno. A. Shuman,
ueorgo 1' isher : assessor, J. v. Kelch-
ner ; judge of election, Georgo Breisch;
. nr.. it -r . -w
inspectors, v m. ji. mensingerj J. jv.
Bowman ; auditor, J. B. Nuss.
Mim.iN.Coii9tab!e, Isaao Andrew ;
supervisors, Adam Miller, Ghas. Steel
oy ; poor oversers, E. B. Brown, 102,
Michael Heller, 213, John Yoho, 103 ;
school directors, A. C. Miller, 07, E.
Schweppenheiser, 117 ; J. F. Brown,
133, Jacob Bittenbe.nder, 85, A.
Swank, 118; assessor, Jacob
Groover ; Judgo of election, A. Sch
weppenheiser ; inspectors, A. B. Crea
sy, II. G. Groover ; auditor, J. J, Hartz
ell ; town treasurer, Samuel Stiydor,
Montour. Constable, David Mou
ser ; supervisors, Daniel Fry, Miohael
Rauoh ; poor overseer, Clinton Craw
ford ; Bchool directors, J. A. Roberts,
Alfred Irvin ; assessor, John Faust ;
judgo of eleotion, John G. Quick ; in
spectors, I. W. Byler, B. T. Layoock;
auditor, P. S. Karsliuor,
Mr. Pleasant. Justico of tlio peace,
C. L. Sands ; constable, David Stroup ;
aiipervuora, Henry Ale, Joshua Hartzel;
poor overseer, M. C. Shaffer ; school
dircotors, Amos Wanich, J. P. Sands ;
assessor, Richard Kester ; judge of
election, A. J. Ikeler ; inspectors, Ill
ram urouse, Hiram Thomas j auditoi,
Orange. Constable M. 0. Keller ;
supervisors, E. B. Johnson, Abram
Kline ; poor overseer, Georgo M. D.
Herring ; sohool directors, Goorgo W.
Hess, B. F. Burtch ; assessor, O. P.
Delong ; judgo of eleotion, Camden
Mears ; inspectors, W. W. Aohenbach,
Georgo P. Sterner ; nuditor, Joepli
Crawford ; moving election, for, 100
votes; against, 82 votes.
Pine. Justico of tho pence, C. R.
Parker ; constable, Win. Harlan ;
supervisors. Wm. Kashnor, E. Bogart ;
poor overseer, A. E. Girton ; school
directors, E. Bogart, Iram Piatt ; ns
sessor. A. J. Howard, 43, T. B. Gord
nor, 43 i judg' of election, J, V. Kinn
ey i inspcotor, A. Bennett ; Joseph
Sweeney j auditor, Robt, Potter,
RoAiUNncrtEEK. Justico of the peaco
Franklin Yocum ; constnble, A. E. Lit
wilier; supervisors, W, D. Osman,
Daniel Rang ; poor overseers, Abram,
Whltmer 70. Williun Zahner 74 i
school dir ctnrs, S. L. Choriegton.
Jacob Hoffman; assess r I. W. Chen ing-
ton; judge of election, y. H, Houok j in-
fpectors, W. B. Yocum, Peter Ilower.
nuditor, Win. Howe Is.
Scott Justice of tho peace, Jacob
Tcrwilllgcr ; constable, Weslov Ruckle;
supervisors, Vm Pcttit, R. Thornton ;
school directors, Win. J. Hldlay, J, S.
Baolimau ; nsscsVor, Clark Fiddler j
judge of election, Wm. E. Doitrich,
cast, J. R. RobbiiiH, west ; inspectors
Isaao Bichard, H. 15. Haycook, west ;
M. F. Savage, Peter Jncoby, east i audi
tor, N. Richard.
Suoarloai'. Constable, John Kiln
ger ; supervisors, David If ocher, 100,
Ellas Fritz, 47, Goorgo Moilroo 47 ;
sohool director, T. II. Smith, J. II.
Fritz (assessor, Aaron Vnnsioklci judge
of election, A. L. Fritz ; inspector,
Win. A. Fritz, J. II. Vansickle, audi
tor, II. C. I less ; town clerk, D.iuiel
THE FUNERAL OF THE
AIITIC HEROES IN
THE 1'ltOCESSION TO Till! UIIAVK A l'KO-
I'M! MOUIININU KOlt THEIR (1AI.I.ANT
DEAD l'l.AdS AT HALF MAST.
New Yoiiic, Feb. 22. Company C
of the Oth Regiment of Hoboken re
mained nil night on guard over tho re
mains of the dead of tho Jeauette ex
ploring party on tho pier oi tho Ham
burg Line, at Hoboken. Bcrnnrd A.
Collins, a brother of tho meteorologist
ot tho expedition, was also on tlio
Shortly after daylight crowds of peo
ple began to gather on tho pier, nnd
squads of them were permitted to walk
past tho remains tor a hnal look. Tho
caskets were in wooden cases, and
covered with the funeral palla that had
been used at Orenburg. Distributed
over tho palls wero tho lloral gifts that
had been sent, from the municipalities,
societies and individuals in Europo and
Now York. Tho flags in Hoboken and
on the shipping adjacent to the Ham
burg pier wero at half mast.
Shortly after 0 o'clock tho tug Mira,
from the Brooklyn Navy Yard, ran up
to tho end of tlio dock. Sho was under
tho command of Lieutenant Comman
der Barbor, who camo from Washing
ton to tako charge. Thero wero on
board of her Lieutenant Commander
Hubbard nnd Noel and Lieutenant
Berry, and John W. Danenhower,
Chief Engineer Georgo W. Melville,
and tho Seamen Ninderman, Noros,
and Lauterbach, who wero on tho Jcan
netlc. Lieutenants Harber and Shuetso who
brought the bodies from Siberia, wero
also present. Vhen tho tug was
moored to tho pici tho soldiers formed
into two open files at "present nrms"
boforo the gangway. A squad of
soldiers convoyed tho boxes containing
tho bodies on board tho tug. Each
casket was wrapped in a Union Jack,
and on Xie Jvong s casket was placed
his dress coat, hat and sword, and the
.stnrs and stripes.
The boat thon proceeded to Pier No.
1, North river, in this city. Sho did
,not seem to bo recognized by any
juHsuig emu, aim receiveu no recog
.nizations from any. Hero tho bodies
'wero carried to the dock, whilo a delay
occurred pending tno nrrival and
formation of tho various organizations
,to compose the procession.
A OIIEAT CUOW'I, OP I'EOCI.K
was assembled at Pier No. 1, which a
squad of police kept in order.
Opposite tho hearses for the bodies
stood in tastefully trimmed wagons
the lloral tributes, conspicuous among
which was an elegant device the of
fering of (he classmates of De Long.
Assembled on the pier were a squad of
Uniled States Marines, tho. pupils of
tho school ship St. Mary's, the Navy
Yard band and that of the 2d Militia
of Brooklyn, tho Herald Club. 23d
Regiment, and United States Marines.
All the Irish societies in .the city were
represented. Shortly after 11 o'clock
a minute gun was fired at Governor's
ilsland, and the lino was formed.
Tho mounted, police wero in front,
ana ine, procession was ns follows :
Commander II. B. Jlobeson, U. S. N.,
.MaiBhal, Captain ,E. P. Meeker and
Lieutenant D. Stiirart. U. S. N., aids,
Navy lard Band, Battalion of
Marines. 'Ihen camo tho eleven
hearses containing the remains of the
dead. I liev were followed bv tho sur
vivors of tho, expedition and tho car
riage containing Jlrs. Do Long and
her relatives. After these marched 100
seamen from tho United States steamer
Saratoga, tlio 23rd and COth regiments
National Guard, regular army battal
ion of 200 men, Bixty ollioeis of tho
array and navy in columns of two. in
vitcd guests in carriages, among these
being Assistant Bishop Potter, tho
Uritisli Uoiisw Ueneral, Manager Quinn
and Gardiner Rowland, who represent
ed Jxmes Gordon Bennett. These
were followed by tho- Police Comrais-
oioners, Brooklny Common Council;
urookiyn lioard ot Supervisors, Com
mitteo of Now York Board of Alder
man, Mayors Edson of this city and
Low of Brooklyn, .Judge Advocato
General HoratioC. King, Senator War
ner Miller, Chiefs of the Naval Bureau,
Major-General Hancock and Secietary
of War Lincoln, tho Russian Minister
and Consul General, Postmaster-General
Grcsham, Secretary Chandler,
and Commodore Upsher, of the Navy
Tho different societies followed in
columns of four. Among these wero
the Memorial Committees of tho Grand
Army of the Republic and tho Farra
cut Post No. 75, G. A. R. Tho New
York Herald Club, a Committeo of
Grammar School No. 1, 4,000 members
of the Ancient Order of Hibernians,
followed by a platoon of police on foot.
Many of the buildings on Broadway
were draped in mourning and tho flags
placed at half-mast.
AN EM1TV COmN.
Piiii.akkm'IIIa, Feb. 22,-AItliough tho
body of Goorgo W. Boyd, one of the
vip.nma nf t.lu .Te.iiinedii fivtinlitir...
did pot arrive hero to-day, tho nrrange!
nienis tor uie uinerai were earned out.
A great crowd had gathered at the
fitRtinri rind fit lr. M tltnlimnrtt'a P.ill..
v.....w.. ...... ... - v . swtie
giatn Presbyterian church, where, a
solemn stillness reigned, which was not
uroKen.tiu it oceanic Known that t hebndy
would not bo permitted to leave New
York till tho oliHcnules thorn wnrnnvnr
The services ji the church wero im
pressive. An empty colllii restod on
a uaiitouo Willi a tlag tailing in grace
ful fnlilu nrfimifl it I'ruf Wnran if
navy, at ono timo instructor of Do Long,
reaa a few chapters and Hov. Dr,
Mntnlimnrn ronil n. jliannnrfln. fnnn1inl.
ing by reading extract from tho jour
nal of Do Long, Tho empty oollin was
hen oariied from the church by eight
tuaiincs nnd placed in the liearse aul
the piorestlon composed of tho military,
inf-mbnrrt nf thn irrniul urinv. nnvnl nf.
ficers in carriages, marines and sjilon
movcu aiong moau sirect.
This powdor never varies. A marvil ofpurltr
ntrenir Hi find wttolesom-ncsa. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, nnd cannot hn onlrl In
competition with, the multitude of low teat, short
weitui. Bium ur puospnaie powacra. unia only
tno ins. KnvAi. IUkinq rowDKit Co , lOiiWall St.,
N. Y. aurli-lv.
Caroa Rhoumattsm, Lum
bz.?, LcmoSacl:, Sprains and
Viviscs, Asthma, Catarili,
Concur, Colds, Soro Throat,
Diphthoria, Burns, Frost
Vitos, Tooth. Ear, and Hoad
acho, and allpains and achos.
The te.t Internal ami eternal remedf In the
world. C.my UtlU guaranteed. SeMlr niedle.na
ttealcri everywhere. Directions In tight lanr;uazoi.
frlcq (.ocent, and juc.
FOSTER, MILDURN & CO., PropVa,
PUrFALO, N.Y..O. S. A.
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Bliotcs, Pork, Beef, Calves and Seeds a
All tlio above bought nnd sold nt Light
Street by SILAS YOUNG.
ESTATE OP JAMES K04T, DECEASED.
Letter testamentary on tho cstato or J.imcu
ltoat deceased, late ot Hemlock township, Colum
bia countf, Tennsylvanla, havo been (minted by
tlio lteglsti-r of said counts to the undersigned ex
ecutor. .Ml iier&om having claims against tho es
tato of sa d decedent nro reiiuehtcd to pro ent them
for settlement and those ludebtoj to the estate to
mako payment to tho undersigned without delay.
Ji fl. UTTLK,
Jan 11-0 w Kxecutor.
ESTATE Or AUllAIIAU A. KLINE, DECEASED.
Letters testamentary on tho estato of Abraham
X, Kline, lato of sugarloat township, C'olnmbla
county, Pennsylvania, havo been granted by tho
lteglstor of said county to tho undersigned execu
tors. All persons having claims against tho estate
ot said decedent aro reciuested to present them for
bcttlement and thosa Indebted to tho estato to
mako payment to tho undersigned without delay.
I. K. K1IIC11IIAUM,
Jan 25 Cw lienton, l'a.
ESTATE OK JACOB S. 11 ESS DECEASED.
Tho undersigned auditor appointed by tho Or
pha i'a Court ot Columbia county to mako distri
bution of tho funds In the hands of tho Adminis
trator of Jacob H. Hess deceased, Into of Huganoat
township, to nnd among tho parlies entitled there
to, will attend nt his oiuce In Illoomsburc, on Sat
urday tho 8th day of March 18HI at nine o'clock A.
M., ot said day, when nnd where all parties Inter
cstcd In said estato must attend or bo forever de
barred from any share ot said fund.
11. V. WHITE,
Feb 15 16S1-H Auditor.
Whereas letters testamentary In tho estato ot
Henry DoLong, lato ot Ccutro township, deceased,
liavo been granted to the subscriber. All persons
Indebted to tho said estate aro requested to mako
Immediate payment, and thoso having claims or
demands against tho estate of bald decedent will
mako known tho same, without dolay to
CYIIU8 McilKNItV, Orangevllle, l'a.,
or JOHN DeUI.SO, Light Street, l'a. '
Win. H. HN'VDElt, Atty. Executors.
Horses and Mules for Sale.
Theunderslgnodwiuorfcrfor salo at auction on
Thursday Marcli 6 '84.
commencing at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon, at his
farm near IJgnt street, Columbia county, l'a. J
Tho horses aro mostly young, largo or of good
stzo, sound and good family and work homos. Tho
mules are all young, well bi'aAe.sound soino largo and
all but threo are of good sue. Thsy can all bo seen
at the farm any day. Terms inada Kuownonthe
day of sale.
Moomsburg Feb 8-4w 18SI E. H. LITTLE.
ORNAMENTAL IRON FENCES
OF CAST CU AVItOUGIlT IUON.
The following shows tho Picket Oothic, ono of
the several beautiful styles of IViico manufactured
by the undersigned.
For Ileauty and Durability thoy aro iinsurpass
pd. het up by experienced hands nnd warranted
to glyo satisfaction.
Prices and specimens of other de
signs sent to any address.
.? Mi0 at .ul? 011 ,,ftniJ "nier kxoiianok
lloruuatid has as usual a FlilsT-CLAbS
nafrnnaiA nf Kta nMnii,rnmu.d nr,A A. -..ii!:
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
liy Vlrluoof an onlcroftho Orphan's court of
Columbl.l county tho undersigned Administrator
of tho estato of John J, Utiles lato of Flshlngcreck
township (loccoscd, wlllcxposo topubllosato on
tho premises on
Saturday, March 8th, 1884
nt lo o'clock In tho forenoon tho following valua
bto real estato situate In Flihtngcrcek township
aforesaid i lleglnnlng at tho northwost corner, n
stone corner adjoining lands of John Hess nnd
Cornellcus colem&n thenco by land ot said Colo
man north sixty and threo quarter degrees cast
ono hundred porches to a stono corner thenco by
tho samo south twcnty-clglit dogreea oast
thirty-two perches to a stake, thenco by tho Batnc
north seventy-tiro degrees cast ono hundred
twenty-four ami nvo tenth perches to n stake,
thenco by land of Jonas Doty south thlrly-nlno
degrees cast twenty eight lurches to n stnkc,
thenco by land ot Philip Delias so.ith slxty-clght
ttegrccs west ono hundred nnd twenty-eight
perches ton stnke, thenco by tholBnmo north
twonty-clght degrees west sixteen perches to n
stake, thenco by land ot John Hess north twenty,
eight degrees west nfty-elght porches to the
place of beginning containing
mitt ono hundred nnd twenty perches on which nro
Fnuno House,, Framu Bam
hog pen, wagon shed, n very excellent orchard of
nil klndi of fruit, n never falling spring of wntcr nt
TEHMS OF SALFTen per cent, ot ono-fourth
of tho purchase money shall bo paid nt tho strik
ing down of tho property, onctourth less tho ten
Iter cent, nt tho contlrmatlon absolute nnd tho re
maining three-fourths In ono year from conilrma
tlon nisi with Interest from that date,
l'ossesslon to bo given April 1st 111.
Anelectlonforontcersof tho Cattawlssa Bridge
Company for tho ensuing year will ho held at tlio
house tot Mrs. Hester Klsllcr In Catawlssa on Mon
day March 3rd between tho hours of one nnd six
o'clock 1'. M. of that day.
J. 11. HOIIINS,
Dy vlrtuo ot tho last win and testament ot aeorgo
Shuman, lato of Miniln township, deceased, tho
undersigned executor of said estato will exposo to
public salo on
Tuesday, March 25 '84.
at 1 o'clock p. in., upon tho premises, n valuable
of land, containing,
moro or less, sttuato In Catawlssa township, Col
umbia county, Ta., bounded North by lands of
heirs of Daniel Shuman, deceased, East by lands
ot Harman John, South by lands ot
West by lands ot heirs ot Samuel Shuman, deceits.
cd. Tho tract Is heavily timbered with good
and Is located near the Dloom ferry, nnd lino of
the North t West Uranch Unllroad, and Is con
venient to good markets.
Terms will bo mado known on day of sale.
Feb 13 Executor.
FROM JANUAHY 1st 18M to JANUAltV 1st 18SI.
STATEMENT SHOWING TAXES ASSESSED AND
DALANCES STILL DUE.
Assessed. Still due.
t Jackson ....
38 8.' I
COU 9.1 1
23412 73 1488 00 732 21 8101 41 1410 50
AMOUNT DUE FOlt YEAltS FUKVIOUS TO 1883.
HISTIIICTS. COLLECTOnS. TEAR. COUNTr. 1100.
Denton, H. Appleman, 1882 t MO so
Dloom, II. Ilanls, isso
,ui us w oj
1791 38 (110 20
A, M. JOHNSON, TllKASUllEIi OF COLIIMDIA
COUNTY, IN ACCOUNT WITH SAID COUN
TY ON COUNTY FUNDS.
January 1st, 188:1.
To amount uncollected prior to 1883
" " onhandatlastbettlemenl...
" county tax nssossed In 1883
" ndded tax Dloom duplicate for 188.,..
" " " Madison "
' " ' orango " "
" 11 " Kcott " "
" tax on registry ot voters "
" U II Ent costs on writ
ii ii ii ii jury fees
" TliomasllarnesJr. deed held by Com
" U II Ent costs on writs vs. Ease ct. nl.
" Jonas Kline rent for old Jail
" W M Lemon " " " "
" E W M Low old bridge plank
" j m Hower " " "
"tho town ot Illoomsburg rent for old
Jail stablo .
" Ii Btoiiner rent for old Jail stable
" WL Cole old plank....
" John Mensch old plank
" lltitohner " "
" Illoomsburg Iron Co. old plank
" John Appleman old plant
' Wm It I'ox old plank
"nmt. paid by Montour Co. Hooks vs.
" amt. received trum stato fund
" '' " " dog fund
.. pver raid on Couuty tax nnd ap
plied to )og '..
" nmt. collected on unseated land
' " " " seated land
" Wm. Krlckbaum Jury teos
" nmt. to meet sum paid stato lor quota
charged on coupons 1832
f 13200 20
1IY COMMISSION, EXONERATIONS AND UK
TUItNS ALLOWED COI.LEOTOltS FOU
1883 AND l'HUVIOUS YEA11S.
Main f.'K) 18
Minim 51 09
Montour 41 40
Mt.l'leasant so 20
orango 4J 10
l'lne 18 M
Catawlssa, $90 50
uoaringcr'K 20 01
Conyngham 53 82
Flshlngcr'k 51 47
(ireenwood 61 27
Hemlock 49 31
1-ocust 69 40
Madison 49 39
11319 3J(329 10
Dy total commissions , tlMO 8.)
Dy total exonerations and .returns 529 40
" county ordersredeemcd...., 29161 10
" due from collectors ... , hw.15 81
' commission to Treasurer ucfl u
" balance In hands ot Treasurer 2093 83
A. M, JOHNSON, IN ACCOUNT WITH DOQ
January 1st, 1883.
To amt. duo nt last settlement 11 880 00
ns.seh.sod In 18.33 14S8 110
11 ndded tax centralla duplicate. .,, . .. 50
" nmt. on hand at last Beltlemeut 53 01
Miniln J2 97
Montuur 2 00
Mt.l'leasant 2 80
Orango 2 75
lloarlngcr'k 2 27
Fihhiiurvr k 3 87
4 60 bugarloaf
' 103 89 111 60
Dy commission to collectors tcs so
" exonerations allowed collectors..... .. 14 60
" unit, over paid on County and uppllcd
to Dog. 1 .... ..... 4 71
"Older paid pt 1883 bib is
" amouul pii.i county , too no
" " fluofroiicolleclors..., 1W8 7a
" cominlsslou to Treasuier 23 78
" balauco in handj of Trotsurer 102 63
A. M. JOHNSON. TIIEASUIIKII, IN ACCOUNT
WITH STATE FUND.
January 1st, 1R&1.
To fitnto tax nsscsspd for 18S3 1752 si
11 .11 11 uuofrom State at Inst 8C
f 1 43 Mndlson
0 74 Main
1 41 Minim
3 97 Montour
81 Mt, Pleasant
1 78 Orango
1 4!) Iloarlngcrcck
a 00 sugarloaf
1 3f ta
Dy commlsHlons lo collectors
" (lint, paid stato on rpiotn for 1883
" balnnco duo county nnd nllowcd on
(piota for 188.1 ,
" commission to Treasurer
" halanco of stato tax for 1883 paid to
county , ,
TO WHICH OHDKIIS WEIIK ISSUED ON THE
John M Clark ct. nl. balance on suit J M
Clark et, nl. vs. Columbia county
John M Clark costs on samo
Ull Knttnklngonopilsoncrto l'hllada,.
U II Ent on Sheriffs writs
W O McKInney exprvssago
J 8 (irimci bill for teachers' Institute
H Iliicklngham auditing public nccounts
John Mourcy inking chas. Tomascncs to
John .Mourcy tnklng 2 prisoners to I'hlla.
" " " 3 prisoners to I'hlla..
" ". . ." Mlnnlo Luther to
Moyer Urns, expressjgo ,
Wm. Krlckbaum recording natnesof twp.
W 11 1'oust freight
J D McKcivy examining Charles Toma
scncs Duckalcw Dros. horso hlro
Abraham snytler new pump nnd rcpnlr
Ingold Jail... I....
OW Miller costs Wllllnmsvs. Columbia
U II Kut telephono bill
T JI Clark costs llarrrtt vs. Columbia Co.
O It Mendenhall lumber old Jail
A 11 Stewart tnxes refunded
WM Lemon repairing nt old Jail
Thomas (lorey lumber Ac, nt old Jail....
Win. Krlckbaum et.nl. costs Com. vs.
Wm. Chrlsman Trcas. on sower appro
Win. Krlckbaum l'rothonotnry bill
COUI1TS JUI'.OIIS' FAY AND CONSTABLES' 1IE
TUIINS. IMI Ent serving Jury notices (1882).
John Mourcy serving Jury notices,..
(Irand Jurors during year
Travcrso Jurors during year
ivuusutuies returns uuring year
court cryor during year
Tipstaves during year
s N Walker stenographer Jin per day....
s N Wnlker Com. vs. W 11 Abbott et. nl..
H N Walker Dlbby vs. Hemming ct, nl,..
s N Wnlker Francis Evans vs. John W
Horrman et. nl
S N Wnlker (l A Devnn vs. I. A lillcy
s N Wnlker Com. vs. Wm. crcveling
H N Wnlker Keller vs. N : w D ll'y. Co. . .
H N Wnlker Dooks vs. D.invlllo Dorough..
S N Wnlker S Knorr, trustee, vs. Wood
ward S N 'Wnlker Swank vs. N W D U'y Co..
S N WnUter Dobbins vs. O M & J K Lock
nrd S N Wnlker com. vs. Keller
(leo. W Derr Jury Commissioner
Abraham ltlco Jury Commissioner
John 11 Casey clerk to samo
, $1324 12
COSTS TN COMMONWEALTH OASES WHERE
THE COUNTY DKCAME LIADLE.
Justices, constables nnd witnesses $021 02
It It Llttlo District Attorney 103 00
Wm. Krlckbaum Clerk of court 82 so
HOAD AND DllIDdE VIEWERS AND HOAD
Sundry persons ns viewers
Jonathan Artman damage Hemlock nnd
Ann Long heirs damngo Dloom
Wesley MiulU damage Fine and Ireen
wood Catawlssa paper mill damago catawlssa
J W Fritz damago sugarloaf
John Oliver damago Locust
l'nrvln Eves' heirs damago Flno nnd
Francis Eves damage Madison
A 1' Heller damago Oreenwood
Thomas Mather damage Oreenwood
Elizabeth Miner damage Orange
Fred Derr damago Madison
Camdon Moars damago Orango
A D stowart damago Orango
Mrs. Montgomery damago Orango
I) W Hli'ks damago Orange ,
Peter Dayman damage (ireenwood
John Miner damage Centro
Denlson Drink damage Dloom
M A Wllll-ms damago Orango
Wm. M htokej damago Flshlngcrcek ....
Levi Fester damago Centre
Wm, Miller damago Flshlngcrcek
John A Funston damago Madison
Kills lives Ilro. damago (ireenwood
Samuel Achenhach damage Orango
D F IMgar, Commissioner, attending
Charles Uelchart, Commissioner, nttend
Ing road views
Joshua Fetierman, Conmlssloner, at
tending road views.
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE AND COURT HOUSE.
Harman S: llassert repairs 13 CO
w D Allen bill rendered 8 93
O W Hess Auditor 25 00
L.I Adams Auditor 25 00
(larrick .Mallery Auditor 25 oo
John II Casey stating accounts for 1882... 25 00
WJCorrell window shades ic, Law Li
brary so 00
C M Drinker repairing locks, &c, 2 75
J II Kllnger work nt Court Houso 23 72
Stephen Knorr repairing , i oo
John O Cox work nt Court Houso 75
Mrs Phoebo Cox et. al. cleaning Court
House ,, , 40 50
O O Eel; limn for water closet 4 20
C It Mendenhall lumber 8 ill
(l M K J K Locknrd coal, ftc. 82 20
J & K Ynst tnblo for Register's ofllco. , . . 20 00
Eureka Ink Co., Ink 3 83
OA Jncoby coal 5758
D L Thomas pens 3 00
0 o (lalllgnan repairs 18 30
Fred Schwln hauling at Court Houso... . 2 00
J O U'Idy & Co foot mats 4 20
ivin. Mann seal nnd press Registers of
llco 4 50
Thomasoorey workntCourt Houso...... 11 98
Luther Jones work nt Court Houso 22 00
llobert Koan repairing curtains 1 25
Holmes Schuyler bill rendered s 10
s I) Neyhard surveying 3 00
Charles Krug counter Ibr Frothonotary's
offlco oo 07
Dloom (las Co. scrvlco pipe casting 1 00
Illoomsburg Water Co. sprinkling 1 50
o A Jacoby pnvemcnt 69 57
F. llcndershottwork at Court Houso so 23
Menaghnnd coffinan painting Commis
sioners' onico , 23 00
J II Skeer bill rendered 2 70
(ico. A Clark stationery IT 80
11 II Sands wood 2 no
O K Savage tending town clock 5 00
Menagli 6c ColTman painting Law Library 4 90
Menagh & corfman painting so 05
W .1 Corrcil K Co., chairs c 60 00
E II Ikeler attorney 100 00
K H lirowcr bill rendered 72 15
Dloom (las Co. for gas 87 63
(luy Jncoby for work nt onico in 50
Wm. thrlsinan for work nt ofilce 60 00
7. R Miulu work nt Court Douse 00 00
J tz E W Yost book case, c, 50 00
J 4 K W Yost chairs nud table In Court
room 46 60
D Dolce, work at Court Houso 4 30
Charles Relchart, Commissioner 312 00
D F Edgar. Commissioner , . 302 00
Joshua Fettermnn, Commissioner 80J 00
John licnboy, Clerk , eoo 00
I! II Ent bal. boarding prisoners (1882),..,
IT 11 Ent turnkey fees (1882) ...,
U II Ent washing for prisoners (1882)
II F (larduer tending prisoners (1882)
John Itelnard digging 2 cess pools
John Whltenlght stono tor same
0 m Drinker repairing locks, sc.
J D Kllnger repairs
0 it Mendenhall lumber ,
O M A J K locknrd lumber
F 1) Dcntler shoes, ire,
Kuhn & ltlco tallow ,,
Thomas Vanatta cleaning well,,,,
Daniel Dolco work nt Jail
J liachman mason work ,
A S crosslev renalrlntr
J o Drown et. ai. surveying
wAiiacuuy biuuu .. ,,, ,,,,, ,
Harman tc Hassert repairs ,
0 L Hartman wood
Douglas Hughes lime
Holmes Schuyler bill rendered
Stella lloan making dress for Mlnulo
WF Hitter painting ,,
Samuel Noyhaid Mirvoylng bower
W W Darrett extra allowed
Oca Zimmerman re pairing bhoes for
DaId Lowenberg clothing for prisoners
E It Drawer bill icndercd,
liloom (las Co. for gas ,
Z R MiuUnwork at prison
O W Neal & Ilro. coal
0 O (Jallhrnnu rcnalrj
John Mourcy boarding prisoners
wuMiing lor prisoners
' " turnkey fees
' " work about prison
I'RINTINO, STATIONERY AND I'OSTAUE.
El ell & llittenbender county statement $40 00
' wuiv iirm-miiimiuii us ou
' '' election proclama-
F.lwell : llittenbender advertising 42 03
J o Drown county statement... 40 00
.. election proclamation , as on
'I'l'crtisiug ; ... . so 23
"" " blanks , 83 75
OM Vandersllto county statement 4000
" 14 " ell'Pllnil nrru'tntnnttnn mt fit
M II Lniirl ' II "
'I II II fl,n,rtUtncr in
"" " blanks tHM
0 E Myers rounty statement 40 10
II II II Itlwtlmi ,ii-ru.ln,n.,,nn ' ii., ..
" " lulverlUlnip " IIU
Tlio second shipment, consisting
of 80VCI1 cases of our celebrated
TONQUIN TABLE COVERS,
Readied us n fow day ago, and
nro oven moro handsome (If that
is possible) than tlio first lot which
gold so rapidly. Wo have thorn in
EIGHT DIFFERENT COLORINGS.
And tho following bizcs :
5-4, 0-4, 7-4, 8-4, 8-10 & 8-12.
It in almost impossUilo to praigo
theso goods too highly. Tho col
orings arc bo rich and effective
and tho prices so very inodorate
that thoy should meet all tastes
nnd suit all purses.
Our stock of
Raw ttiitl Spun Silk and Fine
Tapestry Table nnd
Is now (lompleto nnd comprises
tho following sizes :
1 1-2, 1 8-4, 2, 2 1-2, 3 yards long.
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND JOBBER IN CIGARS.
Journal Co. court "calendar"'.",'".!.','."!!" SO 00
J II Dletrlck county statement 40 00
mu.cihoiuk , to
n 8 Bowman election proclamation 26 oo
" advertising 240
. uuv, VUU, V bUlCUUill (...... . . .. . O UU
J) A lleckly postaso and box rent is 00
V L lluttcr blanks 38 93
Sundry persona tor inquests.. $127 61
BHinOES-UUILDINa AND REPAIRS.
Daniel Stlno new brldgo near John
Daniel Mlno oiYra"aYlbwcd'.7
Wm Ilulm Benton brldgo
.tames Conner Mendenhall bridge
Wnelilnff nn Knruicn U'w., nMnt. I..,.,
John C Jones ct. nl, Red Rock bridge....
CM Edgar Red Rock brldgo ....!..
j muuui-jiiiuii ,m uriaiiO.. . ... ...
J 11 Kllnger Red Rock bridge 1 .'!!.!,
VII .Tnnna llurtnn hrlrloa
John W Hoffman Barton" 'bridge'.'. '.'.'.'..',!!
Liiiuuu LTawiora iiarton Dridge
Thomas Corey Rupert bridge
J liachman Barton bridge
C It Mendenhall Barton brldgo ;
1 uuuius uorey iianon Dnoge
Kills Kvcs Bra Barton brldgo
31 K Vanatta Barton brldgo .
num. utuwu UliUKV, ...,.,,,,,,.,.. .
Douglas llughes Rupert brldgo
John cooper Rupert bndgo .
W It Cox Shaffer bridge (on hand),....',..
Jonathan Eck, Eck bridge
Pol. Shuman paper mill brldgo (below)...
t! v Jc C W llarderpa'per mllTbfldge'.'.'.'.'.'.
Ml Jones bridge near mouth ot Catawls-
0 V tz o w iianle'roearj iiil'l'bridg'o.".'!'.Y,
Philip Harris Ccntrevllle brldgo
J P Croosy Paden bridge r
........ JMJUI UWU "I lUKUt. ........... ...
Wm llllltn Vnma h.M.
J V McIIenry Stillwater brtdge'.!.'.'..'.!.'.'."..'.'
w S-l? w b I'ennlngton Ammerman
J V KnPllV MCIIPH.V nrllnn
David Heederltohrbach brldgo
o L Artley et, at Kohrbacb. bridge ,
Villa Vvfta b Ttm Ulllvlttn U , i
T II Edgar Ikeler bridge ... .
S B KKner MUlvlllo Iron bridge !
Alex Kramer, Kramer brldgo !"
Jonathan Pursel Ikeler bridge .
John Iwgott lola brldgo ...7 ,... . ,'"
1 a nciviii Menenry aim midge
CW'Kvos McIIenry Mill bridge on conl
w n rnr l'ltM-oi iK-MTn
C R Mendenhall uanvuie' bridge'.'.'. '.".'. '.."!!
o M j k Lockard Danville brldgo.,,. .!
jui uunes jjonvuio oridge
Ellis Eves & Bra. Danville brldgo. !..'.. """
John Cooper Danrllio bridge.......!.
Clinton Crawford Danville bridge!... !!"
J Bachman Danvlllo bildgo,. ....!,,.."..!!
JK Harncr Slabtown Iron bridge.....
Q W Ycager Slabtown Iron bridge...""!"
J Bachman culvert near Quick's
CO Eck culvert near Quick's. !,,!
Geo. HartzclWanlch brldgo
Ell Jones " 11 . ;
A P Kester Wilson brldgo (above)..!!'.'."
W Rcox Vanderellce brldgo
11 11 ii wanlck brldgo..... '".
;; ; ;; wiison '(kboTi 7 ".::'.:
Wanich a (on hand):'."'
Thomas 0 Wilson Wilson bridge (below)'
0 W Eves Sands brldgo .' ....
II II sands Smith bridge....!.., ".::.,;',"
0 W Eves Kline bridge
u FRedllne Vance bridge.. .' ""' ""
a 11 stewart " ' ..,,.:;...;';"";
Jacob Long lola bridge
Wm Harlan Shoemaker bridge,....?.'.'.'"'"
O WEvcs ii '
S B Klsnor Masters !!!:.". !"!!!!' !
A B White Light Street bridge
Silas Young " " ' , ,:,.."!!!
J 11 Hess Hess bridge.
Kzeklel Colo Colo brldgo J.'"!'"
PENITENTIARY AND ASYLUM,
convicts In Eastern I'enltentlary for 1883
Bupuort of David Shea Danvlllo .....
Vi 11 V!1,",?le?.')i?maf,P,e8 NanTllio,.'
" " IJwIe Milton. Warren,.,,
23 00 Jackson
21 10 LociiHt
2H 50 Madison
39 00 Main
21 25 iilmin
25 75 Montour
27 25 Mt. Pleasant
18 25 Orango
30 50 Pine
27 IB Iloarlngcreek
14 im nvvfcfc
23 m sugarloaf
'all registry of voter
SCALPS FOR FOX ANn Wil li na-ro
Paid sundry persons....... .,.., '$90 10
Our magnifioent etook of
EMBHOIDKRED CLOTH PIANO
Is attracting much attention.
All tho goods wero manufactured
to our order and imported direct.
Wo havo all tho latest styles in
At very moderate prices. Wo
havo them in '
4-4, C-4, 7-1, and 8-4 sizes,
And in nil the now designs and
colorings. Wo havo nlso a com
pleto lino of
CARDINAL AND TURKEY
RED TABLE CLOTHS
In all cizes and grades, with nan.
kins to uintcli.
ga sum uomcst
Paid spring election officers
" spring room rent....-
" tall " ..!..!.......
" constablo adv. and attending spring
election .7 . .,.
Paid constablo attending tall election
" Thomas Oorey making election bores
" Wm. Krlckbaum counting tall voto
Amount ot township taxes refunded
Wm F Murphy son's 1 docket Protli's ot-
Altemus k Co. 1 docket Proth's office. ,,
F L lluttcr 8T registry books ,
Wm Mann 1 docket Recorder's ..
K 1) Yordy 1 docket Commissioner's onico
F L lluttcr 15 duplicates "
Altemus 4 Co. 1 docket Recorder's "
Fl, lluttcr 1 " ii
Altemus tz Co. 1 " Proth's "
Wm. Mann 1 " Recorders "
m 12 78
Amountcounty bonds redeemed
" coupons on samo
Costs jurors pay, constables' returns &c.
" In Commonwealth cases
Road and brldgo viewers and road dam.
Commissioners' offlco and Court Houso..
Printing stationery and postago
Bridges, building and repairs
Penitentiary and Asylum
Fox nnd wildcat scalps
Blank books ,.
county bonds nnd coupons paid
From amount of orders Issued deduct $455.51 tax
refunded andsKS5.oo bonds nnd coupons naia
leaves $22823.22 which Is tho actual ordinary ex.
penses for the year A. D, 188J.
SHEEP ORDERS ISSUED.
107 00 Madison
4u hj Main
ei 00 Mt. Pleasant
6 50 orango
21 CO Pino
STATEMENT OF DOQ TAX AND SHEEP FUND.
Dog tax duo from collectors $1533 7
Probablo commission and exonerations
ott 250 00
Amount In hands of Treasurer "ifa Is
S?XJS ,hani13 of collectors duplicates. . . . $8893 81
Probable commission and exonerations
0B 1100 00
Add amount In hands of Treasurer...
" value of old lall property
Balanco due on oera Hower note. , . .
Two double set assessment books....
Two net duplicates
Amount due on Polish Jake's note!!!!!
Costs In commonwealth cases
Amount tax due the several districts.. .
" road and brldgo viewers duo on
Amount county prison tonds"un'paid'diio
Dec. 1st 1883 ,
Amount county prison bonds unpaid duo
wc. 1st 1682 and not drawing Interest
after that time in hands ot A (1
Brlgg's who declined to produce them
Wh.ll NUItlABtl n ir
Amount county prison coupons unpaid..
paid estimated us near as can bo
Balance on Bower contract unpaid. .. ....
unpaid on bridge contract..... .
" due on bridge repairs ,.
Actu' Indebtedness ot the county Jany.
.io ;,. J'i1''" l-uulullslonej 01 uoiura
?nCr?.t?,2?.hercVy.cert"' I" "8 lorcgolng is
fho mr a d 8&3 0 account8 01 8111(1 county for
AUestI Commlssloners'of Columbia county.
John B. Casey, Clerk.
Wo tli Hnr4Aulr..f. I....I. .
m iiSKtSSS3 ,LfAS Ji?8?' 2aa oommlsdoners
SS in iunm.Ch,.of tne Treasurer and Commission.
nrTniintL iiXi v u creauny examinea tne
ty, on county fund ot two thousand n netnvo
Treasurer of!5fi!m,lSoCen'a ,r A-M. Johnson,
illruier. 01 Columbia county, And we nnd u
n?B cDeMS',.,nrS SS'i?1 &ai two dollars and "l?ty:
otJa?aIrD?l884.Dlaan1 WMtbl8 ,8thdtty
U J. ADAMS, riKiI.1
., O. W. HKSS.' Hi!.
OAIIRICK MALI.liltY. IsiIL!
fl'M before settlement. tAl?" himrk'Si
Janua,ryV?8tSl88?dUKlr P"tf InTull Ylncl
$1.00 A YEAH,