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THE COLUMBIAN AJSTD DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
FRIDAY, APItlli i, 1881.
Correct Hnllronit Time Tnhlc.
Trains on tho Philadelphia A It. K, leave Itupett
ta follows i
8.3a a. m. 11;4J ft. tn.
tm p. in. cms p. m.
Trains on tho 1). L. & V. It. 11 leave Bloomsburg
M follows t
7:37 a. m. 8:23 a. m.
10.31 a. m. 11:11 a. m.
8.30 p. ID. 4:30 p. m.
Tho 11:45 train south oinnects with tho Phila
delphia Heading at Hupert, ana with tho N)r
tbern Central at Northumberland.
The 8:25 a. ra. train connects at Northumberland
with tho 9.n train on Pennsylvania road, reaching
Philadelphia at 3: 1 J p. in.
The 11:45 train connects with Philadelphia and
Heading road at Hupert at 11:5) ro.iclilng rniladcl
phta at 0.00 p. m.
Tho 1 1:45 train connects with Pennsylvania road
at Northumberland at 1:45, reaching Philadelphia
at 7:23 p. in.
Tho 4:30 p. m. train connects With Pennsylvania
road at Northumberland at 8.U5 p. in., and reaches
Philadelphia at 3:us a. m.
Trains on the N. V. It. Hallway pass Bloom
Ferry as follows i
7:11 a. m.
0.31 p. m.
12:01 p. m.
7:u7 p. in.
Notice to CorrcnpoiidcsttH.
In order to savomtny communications from the
wastobisketwo mike tho following suggestions
tohmlcorraipoaisam Ujaonlyono sldootthe
sheet, and wrlto as pialn ns posilbto ; giro only
tho local news that U of soma Intorost to tho com
munlty, such ai acoldents, Improvements, mar
riage dJatln, mttter relating to schools and
churclioi, bmlnoil enterprise!, changes of real'
dense, an t the llko. Wintappsir to be Jokes at
the oxpooso ot others, and pjrs rail mintloo glv.
log only ono nams or Initials or a nlokuun;, will
notln printed under any clMumitAncos. Suoh
ltemiotten glvo ortemo, though nono mty bs In
tended. Tho full nam? of the writer muit alway s
be given, but will not bj printed unles.4 requested .
All thoso having public sale bills printed
at this ofllco will receive a notlco undur
this heading, freo of charge. Tho notice
will remain standing until tho day of sale.
John Zancr will sell horses and hogs on
his premises in Fishingcrcck township, on
April Oth nt ono o'clock.
J. M. Long, administrator, will sell per
sonal property of D. J. Philips deceased,
lu Davison township, Sullivan county,
April 10th nt 10 o'clock.
"W. S. Hess, administrator of George
Kclchncr, deceased, will sella valuable
timber tract of 415 acres, on Saturday,
April 10th, 1831.
Several town properties, good location,
brick or frame.
About 25 acres of land in Hemlock town,
ship, partly cleared, balance well timbered,
A farm of about 80 acres in Scott twp.
For terms and particulars apply to Oeo.
E. Elwcll, Bloomsburg, Pa. fcb. 20-tf.
Mrs. O. Wilson Smith has been visiting friends at
MUs It. A. Person of Montana, this county, vis
ited relatives In town and at Espy the fore part of
Judge Krlckbaum was In town on Tuesday.
Milton Ilctts, son of David Iletts now of Potts-
grove, formerly of this town, was In town this
Elmer E. Moyer Is at homo at present.
Col. A. 1). Beely of Berwick, graced our sanctum
with Ms presence on Tuesday afternoon.
Harry lllllmeyer graduated at Jefferson Medical
College last week.
Tho sewer pipe has been laid under the
Doiuvln's Teiinesscnns next Wednesday
B. F. Savage has sold the Benton stage
line to Mr. Albcrtson.
Foil Sai.k. A set of tinner's tools, apply
to I. It. Hupert Bluoinsuurg, Pa. If
O. A. Prentiss' machine shop was burned
on Tuesday morning about half past two
Potatoes aro scarce. Lillcy & Sleppy
don't want any, but any other kind of pro
ducc they will take.
Prof. Heck's article, and the list of up
polntmcnts of tho M. E. Conference wero
in type last week, but were crowded out,
Go West via. Pennsylvania railroad. All
changes mado in Union depots. No omul
bus transfers. W. G. McKinney, Ag't.
O. E. Savage & Co. havo removed to
their new store room In Mrs Ent's building,
next door below the court house.
Lillcy & Sleppy want 100,000 dozen
of fresh eggs, 100,000 lbs. good fresh but
Donavin's Tenncsscans havo been here
beforo and had a large audience which was
delighted with them. Thoy will appear
hero again next Wednesday evening at tho
Opera House. Sccuro scats early.
The case of Stootzel vs. Jackson has been
reversed by tho Supreme Court, which is a
reversal of n former decision of their own
A new trial has been ordered in the case of
Swank vs. tho N. & W. II. Ity. Company,
Lillcy & Sleppy have mado a groat cut in
all kinds of goods, and will not bo under
sold. Granulated sugar, 0c. ; Standard A.
U., , white sugar, 8c. ; a nlco brown sug
ar, 4 lbs for 25c ; all domestic ginghams,
10c uml down ; all cotton shirtings, 10c
calicoes, 5 and Co dress goods at cost
Call curly and get a bargain.
J. L. Dillon has Issued a catalogue of
chotcu roses and flowering plants, seed
and small fruits, for 1884, Tho book con
tains 32 pages with illustrations, and is n
neat specimen of job work from tho Ibpub
limn olllcc. Mr. Dillon has given close at,
tcntlon to tho cultivation of (lowers and
plants for some years, nnd has made him
self a high reputation as a florist. Ills cat,
ntoguc will bo sent freo on request.
Foil Sale. A bay horso sultuMo for any
kind of work, sIiirIc or doublo i not ufrald
of tho cars. You can have your choice of
two. Weight 1050 and 1150 lbs.
IIkniiy S. Hkay,
Tho spirit of mischief was abroad on
Tuesday. Well filled pocket books lay
around promiscuously on tho pavements
and when anyone, forgetful of the day,
attempted to pick them up, tho wallets
were found to bo well anchored, and
shout of laughter from Joviul jokers wu
watted to the ears of tho victims, remind
Ihg them that It was April Fools' day and
that they had been "sold."
Molvlnnoy Smith, the fugitive ex. com
misslnner of Lycoming county, has been
captured In Kansas nnd returned to Wil
llamsport, where ho is lodged In jail. Tli
other two members of tho same board
stayed at home and stood their trials for
crookedness In ofllco and wero sent to the
penitentiary. One of them was recently
released. Smith has been gone about si
tccu months, lie was captured by Major
Lucas who will receive a reward ot $800
ty tho county.
Chnrlcs Q. Uarkley nnil 11. Buckingham
havo entered Into partnership In tho prao
tico or law. Sir. Buck na ham m6vctl to
10 offices of Mr. Uarkley tlio first lnstnnt.
Tlicro was n decided clianno In the
weather last Saturday night, tho tlicrmoin-
ctcr falling many degrees In ti few hours.
Solid Ico was mado during tho night. On
Tuosday morning there was Know In tho
Lloyd Miller, living In Catawlssa town.
ship, ono mllo from Bloom Ferry, has 3
colts to sell 4 years old, safe and sound In
every wny. 4-4.2t
Datesman Ss Weldcnhamer havo purchas
ed tho storo of Forsyth & Rockefeller at
Kspy, and took possession on the 1st. This
Is a good stand- and the new proprietors
111 maintain Its reputation fully up to tho
tandard. Forsyth A Rockefeller will re
movo to Northumberland and go Into buil.
Kvcrybody Is crying "hard times" we
oro doing first-class business. Why
shouldn't people go and buy where they
can buy tho cheapest ? Wo nro bound to
run our stock down so wo will havo room
for Spring slock. Como early and take
advantage of some bargains wo aro offer
Int. Lillet & Slsitt.
Tho Spring term of tho Orangevllle
Academy will begin April 7th. Special at.
tcntlon given to tho common branches.
About one-fourth of tho present number of
teachers in tho county wero prepared at
the Academy. Students thoroughly pre
pared for any college. The location Is nil
one could desire. Expenses very low,
Wild pigeons scarce.
Bargains nt Lillcy
& Sleppy's plenty.
Forgetful of tho fact that it was April
Fool's Day, ono of our leading atlornoys
picked up a band-box on Main street on
Tuesday morning, which had been care.
lessly dropped from n wiicon load of
household goods belonging to a mover. In
stead of a silk hat or a ladles' seal skin
bonnet ho found only nn old tin pall.
Tho Mattic Vlckcre Company played to
small house on Monday night. Why tho
audience was not largo wo do not know,
for tho performance was worthy of a great
crowd. Miss Vickcrs is immense in tho
character of Jacqutnc, and kept the audi
ence in a good humor from her first an
pcarancc. At the end ot tho second act
she wns called before the curtain.
Llllcv & Sleppy's low prices arc playing
mash. Low prices are doing It.
Wo Issue this week a six-page edition.
The extra half sheet is not simply an ad
vertising circular, but contains reading
matter which of Itself Is worth tho price of
a year's subscription. Prof. Heck's story
is good reading and teaches a lesson of in
terest to the instructors of youth. The
Rules of tho Democratic Party of this
county have not been published for some
years, and it Is Important that every mem
ber of the organization should be familiar
with them. These, with the digest of the
election laws, make the paper worthy of
careful preservation for luturo reference.
We shall continue to issue our large cdl
tion from time to time, as circumstances
Lillcy & Sleppy nt Orangevllle, havejthe
largest stock of gilt, mica, satin, white,
black and brown back wall paper ever of
fered for sale in Orangevllle.
The Bloomsburg Agricultural and Iron
Works near the D. L. & W. It. R. depot,
now In operation aro running at present on
the Kcystono Thresher and Separator. The
services of David Savage have been se
cured in this department, and It Is Intend
ed to introduce new and valuable Improve
ments upon these desirable machines for
tho coming scujoii. Mr. Savago has had
some ten years' experience iu designing
and manufacturing separators, and is fully
icqualnted with his work, as U attested by
the neat and substantial appearance of the
machines, their efficient working and ready
Tho most improved new machinery late
ly Introduced will enable the Works to
turn out n variety of farming Implements
very rapidly, and the location of tho estab
llshment Is such, that wo believe its suc
cess is but a matter of a littlo time.
All kinds of the best and most improved
Implements will bo furnished as well as
different kinds of fertilizers. Particular
attention will also bo given to repairs of all
Iu order to supply a varied demand, the
Company has Int'tly received a large in
voice of such Implements as will not bo
manufactured, among other things the Cel
ebrated Champion Light Harvesters, Bin
ders, Mowers, Studebaker farm wagons,
Located as tho Works arc in the midst of
an agricultural district, equally accessible
to teams or by railroad, and always pre
pared to supply tho wnnts of farmers' It
ought to receive such patronage as will In
time create a lusting and bcuctlclnl Indus-
J, Saltzer,, Main St., Bloomsburg, has
one new platform spring wagon, 3 scats,
pole and shafts, for sale.
L. E. Waller has moved to tho property
recently purchased by him on Filth and
N. 8. Tlncley took possession of the
house on Third street next to tho
Douclas Hughes has moved into
Bldleman house on North Main Street.
Itcv. L. Zahncr soon vacates the
Enlsconul rectory, and will board at
Central Hotel uutll tho now rectory
ready for occupancy.
Itov. A. Brittlan of Berwick, will occu
py tho old rectory recently purchased by
S. B. Wilson has moved to Market street
In tho Fry house.
R. L F. Colley and W. D. Beckley oc
cupy N. S. Purscl's house on Market St.
II. V. White has purchased W. S,
Moyer's property on Centre street and will
tako possession about t'.iu middle of tho
T. B. Miller has moved into bis new
house on Third street.
Mrs. Eshleman occupies tho property of
W. Krlckbaum on Eust Street.
Jceso Hicks lias taken tho Mcnagh house
on East Street.
S. D. Neyhard has moved into ono of
Wynkoop's houses on Third Street.
J, B, Trnthen has moved Ids sewing ma,
chine agency to a room in Moyer Dros'
building, below Market Street.
Mrs. it. Young takes the house next to
II. W. Sloan's on Market Street,
J, O. Sylvls has moved from Port Noble
to Scott Town.
G, M. Quick has moved Into the llobl
son property on Third Street.
John K. Lock aril lias taken possession
of his elegant new residence on Fiftli St,
O, M. Drinker lius moved to tho Knapp
. house on Third Street.
Prof F., Lamed of Dickinson Seminary
occupied tho pulpit of tho M. E. Church 6n
Sunday morning and preached an ahlo ser
mon. Tho Itov. Mcndcnhall preached In
tho samo placo in the evening.
Her. C. II. Catcrall preached his farewell
sermon in tho Baptist church on Sunday
evening to a large congregation. Tho Itcv.
gentleman will assume the charge of tho
Pcckvlllc Baptist church.
The golden wedding of the Itov. Alem
Brlttaln comes off next Tuesday and wo
learn will bo suitably observed.
Tho funeral of the Into Harrison Harencr
of Ncscopcck took place at tho Berwick
cemetery, nnd was attended by a largo con
courso of people- Tho Itev. II. W. Buck
preached tho funeral sermon.
Tho Concert next Tuesday will bo very
fine, over forty-flvo performers vocal and
Instrumental taking part.
Tlicro aro moro than tho usual number
of removals this year and some changes tn
tho business locations.
Tho Independent ofllco has removed from
the Hockman building to tho premises re
cently occupied by Snyder the Jeweller t B.
Bponcnbcrg removes his business to the
Gearcs' building on Front street, and I.
Chamberlain takes tho premises on Market
vacated by him Fred Boycr has taken
possession of the Berwick House tho St.
Charles Hotel has not yet been rented t A.
Miller will open up a general store In tho
Scesholtz building on Market street and
Chrlsman & Son will bo ready In a few
days to do a "mercantile trade In the build.
Ing formerly occupied by Frcat Bros, i
Michael & Ilartcr expect to carry a larger
stock of household .furniture nnd will do
on undertaking business at tho stand va,
cated by H. S. Bowman.
No use going any further than Orango
vlllo to buy your wall paper. Lillcy &
Sleppy can suit you In taste, quality and
Daniel Curry has put a new front In his
hotel, which adds largely to its appearance,
He will convert part of his bar-room into
reading room, for the accommodation of
his numerous patrons.
The Republicans of town elected Ed
ward Reese and Joseph Dawes to tho Re
publican county convention. The follow
ing resolution was passed : "That the del
egates use every honorablo means for tho
nomination of Gen. William Lillcy of
Mauch Chunk, for Congrcssman.at-Largc."
On a vote taken as to preference in tho
coming Presidential struggle, all but two
were for Blaine and Lincoln.
Orders wero received last week by tho
individual operators to commence working
full time, on Tuesday ot this week. It Is
needless to say the people were pleased to
hear of the change from three days a
The Big Mine Run collieries are being
repaired this week. A new dumping.
schute was built last week at the Bast col
Morris Ridge colliery was idle the fore
part of tho week, the water being too high
in the slopo to work, caused by striking a
spring In tho now air hole.
Thomas Reese, who has been attending
school at Wllliamsport, came home on Sat
unlay, having completed his course.
A large number of tenement houses will
be erected hero this spring. Carpenters
are at work on a few already.
The Gas Company of Ashland, arc build
Ing an addition to tho cas house, where
they intend to manufacture electricity.
William McCloskcy was promoted from
laborer to engineer nt Ccntralin colliery
last week. His many friends were glad to
hear of his promotion.
I he Dark Corner bilver Cornet Band re,
ceived a number of now horns on Satur
day. No doubt wc will have any amount
of open air concerts the coming summer.
Thos. J Darrah lost his dear friend,
"Uro," this week. Any person informing
him of his whereabouts will bo kicked out
of the back door.
Ono of the ropes at Centralla colliery
gave nut on Monday. It was discovered
in time to prevent a serious smash-up. It
was replaced by a new one Monday night
James Riley, a miner nt Morris Ridge,
lud his hand severely hurt last week.
A new branch of St. Patrick's' Catholic
Beneficial Society was organized here on
Saturday. The following oillcers were
elected, viz i president, David Walsh
vice-president, Martin Purcell ; secretary,
ThoraaB F. Mumford ; treasurer, James
Daley. Over sixty members were admit,
Mr. Smith of Mauch Chunk, has opened
photograph gallery on the comer of
Locust Avenue and Railroad Street. If
you want your picture "pulled," now is
Thomas Barrett is the only man in town
who wears the latest Btyle hat. Tom looks
well in a Fedora.
The telephone poles back of the new
school building were blown down by tho
strong wind on Friday night.
The small. pox Is leaving Ashlund grad
uallly; but four cases remain. The schools
wero opened on Monday.
At the Methodist Conference lu William,
sport last week Bishop Harris appointed
G. M. Lamed to his old charge, Centralla,
Tho friends of Mr. A. G. Kimberly
Berwick, will tender mm a benefit ncx
Tuesday evening at that place, by a con
cert. Messrs, Wlntcrstecn, Eshleman and
Methcrell of this town will tako part,
return tratu will run to Danville after tho
concert, so that parties wishing to attend
from Bloomsburg may also bo nccommo,
dated. Tickets can bo had and sentB se
cured by writing to E. K. Adams, Berwick,
price SO cents.
That "blUzard" on Sunday night mado
it very disagreeable for church going peo
pie, but specially so for Sunday visitors, of
whom there is not n few in this country,
Tho mud has succumbed nt lust to the
sun, wind and frost, much to tho comfort
of travellers, and especially that nomadic
porflon of our race who find It necessary t
change their residence about tho first of
Tho law buys to the anxious trout fisher
"you may now angle forth and try you
luck," hut old dame naturo says "wait
Mr. T. II. Edgar Is building an addition
to his dwelling.
J. J, Karnes has contracted to work In
tho planing. mill tho present year.
M. W. McHcury, who recently took
unto himself an help-meet, has set up
house-keeping on tho furm owned by hi
father, Hon. E. J, MoIIeury, dee'd, where
he will he glad to seo and entertain his
Farmers aro beginning to turn over the
soil preparatory to planting their spring
"Say, wife, what about spading that gar.
den?" I guess I'll go a fishing.
To I'nrmcrrt nurt Mnutirnctiircrn.
Steam Engines, Saw. mills. Bhlnalo Mills.
Planers, Threshers and Cleaners. Lever nnd
Tread Horso Powers, and Farming Imple
ments generally, always on hand nnd for
sale lower than tho lowest.
White A CoNNsrt,
mar 14-4w Orangevllle, Pa.
Everybody says Lillcy & Bleppy aro sell.
Ing goods cheaper than anybody In tho
Vine Towimltlp IfiHtltutc.
On the 15th of March tho teachers and
pupils of Pino School District, with others
Interested In tho causo of education, wero
seen wending their way toward tho M. E.
church at I'lno Hiimmit, where, according
to previous arrangements, they held their
Inst monthly institute. Owlnir to tlia bail
condition of the roads Mr. Grimes was un-
nblo to get there. At 11 o'clock tho presi
dent, Mr. Eycr Allen, called tho meeting
to order, when exercises were opened by
singing nnd prayer. As tho teachers who
wero first on tho programme wero not yet
present n few moments were spent In (lis.
cussing the topics "How shall we sccuro a
ucucr aucnuancc oi our cuiiurcn nt
school ?" and "Tho length of our school
term." Miss Laubach conducted a class In
reading. Mr. Eves and choir gavo us
some music, when wo adjourned to meet
again in half nn hour. At the appointed
time tho institute enmc to order and the
pupils of Upper Pine school entertained us
for n short time with singing, recitations
and essays. Discussions wero resumed
Prof. M. !. Terrell being among those to
tako part In them. Pupils wero selected
from the tiiiicrcnt schools nnd Sir. u. YY.
Bobbins gavo twcnty.ftvc words from tho
dictionary to be written by them. The pu
pils from Durton nnd Pino Summit schools
gavo us some good recitations. Mr. Har
ry Jvcs or ureenwood, recited n prize
poem, when Prof. Terrell took up tho sub
ject of reading. Ho handled It in n vcrv
creditable manner, gavo somo valuable In-
structlon nnd closed liy reciting that excel
lent poem, "Blow Bugle, Blow." Mr.
Fans read an essay entitled "Parting."
a vote or tuanxs was tendered to Mr.
Hurry Eves and Prof. Terrell lor their
presence and the nctlvo part they took tn
the exercises also to Mr. Emery Eves
nnd choir for furnishing us with such ex
cellent music. Upon motion wc ndjourned
nnd soon nil were seen leaving for their
homes, evidently vcrv much pleased with
the exercise ot the day, and convinced of
tiiu fact mat such meetings aro conducive
to the advancement of our cause.
G. W. F., Secretary.
A competitive examination ot Candidates
for appointment as Cadet to tho Military
Academy at West Point, will bo held at
tho American Hotel, Mauch Chunk, on
Thursday the first duv of May 1884, at 10
clock A. M.
All Candidates for tho vacant Cadetship
In this Congressional District arc required
to appear before the examining committee
nnd submit to an examination.
For information as to age, mental and
physical qualifications, Ac, address,
Dr. R. Leonard of Mauch Chunk, or
Prof. R. F. Hoftord of Lehlghton or tho
Secretary of War. apr 4.4 w
The Eycr's school closed on tho 20th ult
with an evening literary entertainment con
sisting ot over thirty dialogues, essays and
declamations, which were gone through
with in n manner creditable to all the par,
tlcipants. The exercises were interspersed
with excellent vocal and instrumental inu
The farmers of this section have com,
menced plowing for corn, and repairing
I noticed in a recent issue of your paper
an nrticlc over the signature "A Citizen
Taxpayer," concerning the expenses of tho
public roads of this county. Tiic writer ot
that communication intimates that persons
living from n public road having the use of
a lane which runs through others' land nnd
encumbered only by n gate or pair of bars,
should not have a road at the public ex,
pensc. Now, I think this Is n selfish and
unjust view of tho case. There are other
and greater reasons In many instances
which might bo urged for n free road,
For Instance, if the owners of the land
through which tho lane leads would shut
out to the public the petitioner's hogs and
cattle on purpose to annoy nnd cnuse him
trouble, It would be n sulllclunt reason to
apply for a road free of such encumbrance.
Again n person so situated could not sell
his land for near its value, because of the
dependent and annoying circumstances
under which It would place tho purchaser,
lliese are considerations of vastly more
importance than the trivial matter of a
gate or a pair of bars to open and shut,
They affect the peace and happiness of cit,
izens who arc unfortunate in not owning
land along a public road. All pay road
tax and all alike aro entitled to free roads
whether they bo Inlets to other land or
otherwise, else a certain class of persons
arc not on equal footing with their neigh
Somo malicious persons havo broken
open tho door of tho Eycr school house
sinco school closed, nnd somo window
panes havo been broken out. A great deal
of such work has been going on for sever
al years past at that place. The offenders
may bo caught somo of these times, when
they shall have to suffer tho penalty of
their misdeeds. A Citizen,
Lillcy it Sloppy have over 0110 hundred
uiuercnt styles 01 wnii paper.
Wc show the larccst and handsomest
lines of table linens and Hamburg embrol,
uenes mis npring wo navo ever shown
and at much lower prices. Call and see
Clark & Son.
w. J. uorrcll as uo. Keen alwavs on
hand a lanre assortment of furniture to
select from. Any speciul orders filled on
collars and cuffs nt
Clark & Sou's.
Another lot of best 5 cent calico f
flressns At Clnrlc .t: Hnn's Alnn K pi
Merrimack shirtings, 8 and 0 cent cheviot
Biiirunps. 1 nKinL's ami musuim tiwuv unwn
at uiarK k Don s.
I. W. HAHTMAN & SON'S.
Duplex. Bon Ton. All ltlcht. Ball'
Health, M'mo Toy, None Such and Fault
less corsets at uiaric x son's. Also war
ncr s Coralane and other makes.
For best Photographs call at MacKllllp'i
gallery. Above warn x aoivs store.
We aro offering somo bargains in black
and colored dress silks at prices lower
than over : will not bu undersold. Clark
. BUSINESS NOTICES,
BAMl'SON'S LEU AND LOCKS.
When Delilah clipped off Sampson'i
locks that miuhty althleto at once becaim
"as otuor men." It It could bo proved that
thepossosslou of luxuriant hair would en
able men to tear open lions' jaws, Illscox
& Co. would bo driven wild iu the effort to
supply enough of Parker's Hair Balsam to
meet 1110 demand, as it is tno liaisum pre
vents your nuir irom failing out, and re
stores tho original color it faded or gray,
Besides It Is a great addition to the toilet
tablo simply us a dressing,
Kutzncr's Tolu Mixture Coueh. being
pleasant to tako and mild In Its actions, Is
especially recommended for children. Ask
your druggist torn.
WANT OP FAITH.
If O. A. Klelm, tho Drugglct, docs not
succccu it is nut lor tno want of iulth. 11
has such rami In Dr. Ilosanko's Cotiirh an
Luni! syrup us a remedy forCouchs. Colds
Consumption, and Lung Affections, that ho
gives a bottle freo to eat hand every ono who
is in nceu 01 a mcuicino 01 this Klud,
don't too do it,
Don't suffer nny lonecr with the pal
nnd nchcs'of rheumatism, which make llfo
ourucn to you. itcuor, specuy nnu per
lancnt can bo nrocurcd at the nearest
lruc store. In tho form of Kldnov-Wnrt.
Elbridao Malcolm of West Bath, Maine
snvs t "I was completely nrottrnted with
Rheumatism nnd Kidney troubles nnd wns
not expected to recover. Tho first doso of
Kldncy-Wort helped mc. Blx doses put
mo on my icct, u nas now entirely cured
me nnu i navo mm no iroumo since."
Kutzncr's VcrmtfuEO Is a Pleasant, unfa
and effectual remedy for worms. It Is
readily taken by children nnd causes no
sickness or nausea. Ask your druglsts for
A YKI.L1NO liAnr
somcthlntr to bo nvoldcd. Babies with
colds, babies with croup, babies with
scalds, burns, bites, nehes, sprains, or
pains aro bound to become noisy toLants
of tho household. Dr. Thomat1 h'cltclrie Oil
111 cure nil theso complaints,
A PLEASANT ACKNOWLEDGMENT.
"Had sour stomach and miscrahto appo. I
tlto for months, nnd urow thin every day.
I used Ilurdoek Jllood Jlilteri with tho most
marvelous results i feci splendid." Mrs.
Joseph Johnson, Pittsburgh, Pa.
nuiinuns t imi'ostehs t thieves t
Tho above aro terms nnnllcd to tho unrc.
llahlo and dishonest. Vr, Thomat' Eeleetrie
Oil for diphtheria, catarrh, nsthma. rhcu.
mnllsm, and all aches, sprains, and pains
Is not n thing ot deception but a pleasant
and honest rcmedv. It Is honestly mitun.
honestly sold, and docs what Is claimed for
We are clad to say Unit our daughter.
who has been nlllictcd with Rheumatism
for about eight years, is nearly cured from
inc use oi two Domes or l'hcip's itheumat
lo Elixir. Wo regard it ns nn excellent
remedy, nnd anticipate n perfect euro by
the time another bottle Is taken.
Mn. and Mus. Stave,
188 Frecmont street. Clilce pd. III.
For salo at Hendershott's Pharmacy.
Tho slleht cold you think so little of
may prove tho forerunner of a complaint
that may bo fatal. Avoid this result bv
taking Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, the best of
bronchitis, incipient consumption, and nil
other throat and lung diseases.
n,,ull .bUIVIIIVn .VI WlflllS, S.UIItllll S.
. JD n.... xt t .....
Jil, AIIIVU uutvt Ul 1U&SU L. 11. u . unv
Ing noted the want of a strictly pure nnd
nrst-ciass wine, nas lor tho past 20 years
devoted his time and Immense capital to
raising tho Oporto Grape, with the view to
supplying this want, that he has been emi
nently 8uccessiul. the endorsements which
his Port Grapo Wine hns received will tes
tify. For sale by druggists.
CAUSE AND EFFECT.
At times symptoms of indigestion arc
present, uneasiness 01 1110 stomach, sc, a
moisturo like ncrsnlratlon. nroducintr itch
. r - . . . . .
ing at night, or when one is warm, cause
tne rues. 1 lie ellcct is immediate relief
upon the application of Dr. Basanko's Pile
Hcmcdy, which costs you but 00 cents and
is sold by C. A. Klelm. July lU-cow
Centralla, Jau. 8, 1882.
W. 11. Klltznor. Dear Sir ! ran nam
.ir.. .1... 1 1..
taujr ii-aillj, 111 SULIt'llUr I11UUIB Ul jlillf
UU.u , ,IU4, VU.U, A UUVU UHIl BUUIUUfc
to the quinsy and sore throat for the last 12
1 . .. . . .
years, a uavu ineu many medicines out
never was cured until 1 trlca your remedy.
1 uitvu iiui ijitu inu sure uiroai since. 1
would not be without it. I cliecrfullv rcc
ommend it to all who aro subject to tho
sore tnroat. t ours truly,
W. J. YoiiwAnni,
Wholesale agents, Johnston, Holloway
& Co., 602 Arch street, Philadelphia ; II,
I. MUI11I1U1U 1 lyU., IIO JllirKCl Street.
Elmlra. N. Y.. Julv 10. 1882.
Mr. Pliclns Dear Sir 1 Un to this morn.
ing we have sold twenty-one bottles of your
liheumatlc Elixir, and ns fur as we arc able
to ascertain, with good account in every
case, t r irsi vu uays).
Inoiiaiiam Bitos.. Dnifrtrists.
For sale at Hcndcrshott's Phurmacv.
T.I . ... - '
F.l'lLEl-sr ENTlltELY CUIiEO.
Prof. Irvine B. Smith, of Pike. N. Y.
inaKes me ionowinc statement, "sntntri-
tan Arrt'i'ie cured inc of epileptic tits."
CAKES OF I.IKE.
As we come to them they aro received.
borne with, and passed over with no mtire
than a tlioiiirlit. if we are in the entovniDiit
of health, but if suffering with Piles or
skin disease of any kind they magnify n
uunureu ioiu. u a. ivieini, me Druggist,
has Dr. Bosunko's Pile Ilemcdv which U un
absolute cure for any affection ot the kind
auu is sold ior ouccnts. jttiy m-eow
A he You M18RRAHLB throuch Indigestion.
bour (stomach, or Constipation ? -ickcr's
Dyspepsia iiiuicis we guarantee will re
lievo you. For salo by J. II. Kinports,
For coughs, colds orcroun use Kutzner's
Tolu Cough Mixture. Ask your druggist
Ackek's Blood Elixiii guaranteed : will
cure all kinds of blood poisoning inherited
or contracted. oia oy J. n. Kinports, drug
OOV. HOVT'd ENDORSEMENT.
Executive Chamber, 1
Harrisburg, Pa., Juno7, 1882.1
Mr. John H. Phelps. Scranton. Pa.. Mv
Dear fir : Promptly upon receipt of your
x.uir, leu uaya since, x unicreu upon us
use according to direction, stopping my
Iodld Potass., Amnion,
and Wine ot col-
chicum. At that time I was completely
disabled witli gout in both feet aud rheu
matism in both Knees, ana he nlcss. Now
I comfortably hobble about the house, nnd
expect to bo out in a week. It may bo a
coincidence, my amendment and the use
of your medicine. I bono for no occasion
to try it again, but If need be I will try It
nguin in a ircsu ntincK wnii great coun
ounce. very iruiy yours.
IIeniiy M. Hoyt.
Governor of Pennsylvania.
For salo at Hcndcrshott's Pharmacy,
Seo a woman in another column, near
Slicer's Vineyards, nicklncr crnnus from
which Speer's Port Grone Wine is made.
that is so highly esteemed bv tho moilical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
iL-ruiiti uuu 1110 ageu.
Hold by U. A. Klelm, Bloomsburg.
Kutzncr's Tolu Cough Mixture, bv its
healing and soothing effects, affords much
renci in incipient consumption,
druggist for it.
TA Thine of Beautv. Tin. most hrli.
llant shades possible, on all fabrics are
mado by tho Diamond Dyes. Unequalled
ior brilliancy ana immunity, luc. at drug
gists. Send 2c. for 83 Samplo Colors.
wens, iticnariison cc uo. uurllogton, Vt.
UlMltANTXlD TO Cl'HH a colli or ronrrli I
ujr j 11, ivinjori uruggisi.
By virtue of tho last will and testament of Oeo.
Shuman, lato of Minila township, deceased, the
unuersignea executor oi said estnto will expose to
Wednesday, April 30, 1884,
at 10 o'clock u. in., upon the premises, a valuable
timber tract of land, containing 60 ncrea. mnmn.
less, situate tn Catawlssa township, Columbia
couuiy, ra., oounaea norm by lands ot heirs ot
Daniel Shuman deceased, east by lands of Uarman
John, south by lands of west by lands
ot heirs of Hamuel Biuman, deceased. The tract
is ncavuy iimucred with good rock oak and wldle
oak car Umber, and Is located near tho Bio ,uj
ferry, and line of tho North t West Branch Hall.
road, and la convenient to good market.
Terms will bo mado known on day of sale,
ISCHAllOE OP ASSIGNEE.
Nonce is hereby given that a ruto has been
granted by the Court of Common pleas of t'olum.
bta county, to show cause whys.ll. Jayue, nssl.
puee or A. W. Dickson shall not bo discharged,
having performed the duties ot his trust, itulo
returnable on the nrst Monday of May, issi.
. ., , A. K. OSWALD,
April 4-3w Atty lor Assignee,
Canrasvrs tn every county In this
Htatfl to take orders for Nuraorr
titeanu and Ofilrabl emolovmrnt nt
HOOD WAniifl. Xxrjerleoca in the busi
ness not rcfiturei. Nursenei widely and favor
ably known. For terms address
Ths 0- L. Von Duson Nursory Oj.,
GKXKTA, N. T.
Van Duscn Nurseries established 1839.
Also stock at wholesale,
April 4-lst cow r
Notlco Is herohr trim la all ImtaImml rrodllira
and other persons Interested In the estates ottho
respect I to decedents and minora, that the fol-
lunmif numinuinuuni rxrcuionr ana guamians'
accounts have been filed In the office ot the llrirls.
ter of Columbia county, and will bo presented for
confirmation and allowance In the Orphan's Court
to bo held In nioomsburg, on Monday, May
Kth, 1881, at S o'clock p. m., on said day.
No 1. The first and nnal account of (leortro A.
Hons Administrator of Jacob Hons late or Mifflin
No 2. The account of Jcwa Minrh Artmlnlirt nftftr
01 jtiary Adams laio 01 catawima township de
ceased. No S. The first and fln1 ncennnt nf John W.
Brans Administrator I b 11 o t Ann P. Enn In in nt
tho llorougli of Berwick dece ascd.
No 4. The flrnt. anil nftrtl.il aiwinnt. nf nMnrn
llartman surviving Kircutor of 8eth Hartman
Int0 of catawlssa township decoascd.
NoS. Tho first and nnal account nf W. IT. 1'nrV.
cr Administrator of Humphrey Parker lato of
Ureenwood township deccabcd.
No t. Tho flrst account of John Aahleman Ad.
mlnlstrntor ot John Lewln lain nf RinrnrloAf town.
NO 7. Thft flrt and nnrtlnl ATnltnt nf Ttfttin
llcacock Kxccutor of Knos lleacock late of Green,
wood township deceased.
No R. Tho final account of Abraham Wltner
miafdlan Of tho lMTHnn and palntn nf Mnrv V.
1 nomas minor child ot Joslab J.Thomas late of
iioaringcrcek township deceased.
No 0. The nrst and nnal account of Joseph Cor
rell Kxecutor of Daniel v. Wledman lato ot Hem-
lock township deceased.
I NO10. Tho thlnlnnil flnal nrrviilnt nt II. t. V.
Colley Executor of Alexander Colley late of Den
ton township deceased.
NO II. Tho tlrst anil nartlal nivnnnt. nf Mtloa W.
Moss Kxccutor of DyerO. Moss lato ot Ilenton
NotS. The Rrcnhd nnil flnal nwiunl. nf Rnintifll
Lchr Administrator of Jouenli Lehr lata of Hearer
NO 13. Tho flret and final arrnnntnf Jnhn f!.
Yocum Administrator of Mary J. Dcnnlson lato of
Main township deceased.
No 14. Tho third and nnal account of IJonlamln
Damdt Administrator of Wtlllatn II. Oramm lain
ot Catawlssa township deceased.
. No 15. The first and nnal account of William
Houghton Administrator or Llnril Krmnler latn nr
lino township deceased.
No IS. Tho account of Paul Pnrtner Admlnltra.
tor of Iienjamln Hicks lato of the llorougb ot Uer-
No 17. Tim first, nnd nnal ntwiunt. nf Wtlllam
Dietrich Kxccutor of Joseph Dietrich lato of Fish-
I Va.U . .. . . ... ... ....... .
I cutor of Josepn weaver lato of tho town of it.ooms-
I burg deceased.
No to tho nrat and nnal account of William Krca-
i mcr Administrator of Annlo welllvcr late ot Mad
,.1 '1-1. . ... . . . . .
I iuuch Administrator of l'ctcr llelnbach late of
r vownsnip aeceasca.
No 21. Tho nret nnd final
account nf Jnhn K.
Hobblns Executor of Samuel Drum late of Main
No 22. Tho nrat and nnal account of William
Martiguardlan of Henrietta; Louisa nnd Amelia
Heaver minor children of Franklin Braver lato ot
ixrcusi townsnip ueccaseu.
No 2J. The nrst and final account of William
ltlchel Executor ot oeorge lUchcl lato of Catawlssa
O. W. STEHNElt,
ESTATE OF ELIZABETH MOORE, DECEASED.
Letters testamentary on tho estate of ElUabeth
I Moore, late of sugarloaf township, Columbia coun.
I ty, l'a., deceased, havo been granted by th-j Itejl
ter of said county to the underxlgno i executor.
All persons having claims against the estate ot the
decedent aro renu sted to nresent them for settle
ment, nnd those Indebted to the estate to make
I payment to the underalirned without delar.
I JESSK FItlTZ,
ESTATE or OEOUQE FEDDER, DECEASED.
Letters testamentary on the estate of Geonre
r eauer, i.uo 01 311111m lownsmp, uoiumou county,
l'a., deceased, have been granted by the lteglster
ul a,im cuuuiytuuiu uuucreigneu eiecuiur. mi
persons having claims against the estate of said
I ment, and tlio-e Indebted to the estate to in ike
I uvwuio uuuuwguni niuiuu.uuidj,
The underblzned hereby announces himself a
candidate for the office ot Superintendent of the
ruuuo scnuois oi i;oiumoia county, ana respecviui
ly asks the support of the Directors ot the county.
Mar. 28. 1881. ALFHED llOWEIL
4-4 3w catawlssj, l'a.
NNUAL STATEMENT OF THE
Town of Dloomsburg for the year ending with
M.rch 3lst lb84.
Showing Indebtedness etc.. f the Tonn of
Bio msburg, for the year ending March 1881, made
111 m-turuam; wuii uiUACb 01 A-semu y Ul April
12th. 18.5. en'ltlcd "A sunDlement ot an Act o re.
gulate the manner of lndebteduo-s of municipali
ties, to provide for the reieraptlon of tho same,
uuu iu iuiiu.u penalties lur me lut-gai increase
Frenarcd and published bv tho corporate author.
(ties of mill Town.
due Aug 1, 1883 $ 140 00
" Jau 1,1881 100 00
" Feb 1, " 700 00
" AUg 1, " 10HO 00
" Jan 1, 188J 200 00
" Feb 1, " 700 00
" AUg 1, " 10HO 00
" Jrtll 1, 18S0 30 - 00
" Feb 1, " 700 00
" AUg 1, " 780 00
" .lau 1, 1887 701 00
' Feb 1, " 500 00
" AU,' 1, " 800 00
" Jan 1, 1884 COO 00
" Feb 1, " 50i 00
" AUg 1, " 330 00
" AUg 1, 1889 320 00
" " "IB-JO 32100
" " " 1801 S40 00
" " "IBM SOO 00
" " "1893 34 OI
" " "1891 400 00
" " "18S5 400 00
" " "18i 420 0J
" " " 181)7 460 00
" " " 1HM 480 00
" " "1MW 210 00
Total Funded Debt
I 13 820 00
With Interest on 1140 from Auir. nr. isjci. nnn
upon 113180-from Feb. 1, 1(81.
VALUATION OF TAXABLE l'HOPEUTY IN
f 691703 00
IU '40 00
t 809303 00
I Total valuation
I 2pcrcent ofnbo6 valua-
Ualinee of tax duo on du
plicate of 1882
Balance ot tax due on du
plicate or 1883
Due from sundry persons
Due from Win, Webbs Est
on Mkt M onen mr
Duo from Normal school
Balance in hands
I Total amount of assets
J Earns Judgment for In
$ 2583 09
jury 10 ice
Costs on said Judgment
I 3051 63
I KlCes3 of liabilities over
t (01 31
Newton Boone Collector
To bal of dup of 1882
$ 424 30
By amt paid Wm Chris.
Newton Boone collector
To amt of dup for 1883
I 2617 91
By amount paid Wm.
Win. chrlsman Treas for
lSKjin account with
the Town ot Blooms,
To amt of tax roll of 1883 $ 7131 67
To bal lu Treas hands as
per statement of 18.SJ
To amt from N Bo ,110
collector of irsj
Toamt fromN Boonocol-
I To V" collected fiom
lector 01 18H.1
State tax on bonds
To amt from 8 O Creasy
rent of Town Park tor
To ami from (1 A IlO'rliig
I'res being amt col
lected as tines, licen
To imt ree'd from Col Co
To amt from J O Butter
dtmagii from opening
To amt from O W Sterner
a y'rsrent of Town
Park A; Interest
To amt from K. W. M.
Low removing snow
To amt from Win Chrls
man hauling earth
To amt from u Neyhart
To a i t from Co tez Bob
bins h ullng earth
To amt from Henry Clark
Tu amt from lllchard
Joucj hauling earth
To ami from Vm Krlck.
bnum hauling earth I to
Toamt from F. c. Kyer
Toamt from Wm vln.
terstccn for break
ing street lamp a 00
I icoti w
Wm Chrlsman Tress
1.01 01 ucwg un
collected by Trcis
on tax roll nf IRtl 2(117 01
lly bonds paid during
NO III I 140 00
41 300 0
43 SUI 00
ra ayi m am oi
lly state tax on loans M It
lly Interest coupons paid
during year 691 B0
lly orders paid during
thejear MT4 I
lly Treas commission Ida m
lly bal In Titos hands M 4 1
Hal In Trcta hsnds as
t US 91
Amount collfctcd by Trs
on tax roll of 188.)
Amt from N lloone Col
Amt from N lloono Col
Amt stale tax collected
Amt 8 v crasy park
reni ior iivw
AmtO A Hcrrlngcollcct-
iu as nnes, licenses
Amt Col Co on Rcwerniro
Amt J O ltutlerdamago
for onenlntr Mkt. Nt
AmtO W Sterner Syra
rent of Town rark
Amt from miscellaneous
f TIJI 33
Amt of outstanding or-
uers, icss omstnni
Ing orders i.f ihhj, to
Nathan llomboy St Com
for March iss.1 13 13
Clt llousclHt Com to
March ltwi 30.1 so
Sundry persons for 1 ibor
icnin, repair 01 10013
1683 70 f S0C8 03
J nrower, rent to
Friendship Uo to
1 30 00
C A 1'rcntls for repair on
II s h hose carrlace
It II Co for truck, lad-
ncrs, ikh)k, cuaius,
Columbia Co rcntofo'd
jan stauio to April
GM.f J.K tfK
Darrow A: Turner
nose oner s oil
Wm Chrlsman for trans.
pollution ot oil
WO llhodomoyer fir oil
ing leather hoso
WC Evans for making
troughs for hoso
Isaiah llagcnbuch rent
Friendship Co to Juno
I W llartman rent ton
II ACoto April 1881
Uarman & llnsscrt for
lumber & traits for
t 390 18
CONSTABLK AND rOLICE.
B D Freas police service
for March 18S)
M C Woodward, Town
8 W Shutt, chief police
Sundry persons police
Clt Houscl fir service
Sundry persons for dig
ging & nidng
Samuel Ncyhard engin
eer & assistant
James Mccormick for
laying sewer pipo
Loytou Hunyan Co ce
ment Moyer Bros cement
C B Brockway for ack
nowledgement of re
leases (1 Aliening te'egrams
Samuel Trump for haul
Ing sewer pipe
ta corking etc
pall dipper etc
Wm Chrlsman Tr e a s
freight on sewer plp
f 43 75
D Hall for removing bod
ies irom episcopal
Q E Elwcll rent Council
room from Jan 18S3
to Jan IKS I
Hoscmont Cemetery Co
$ 124 20
ior lot, tugging graics
Bloomsburg Walcr Co
ior water rent & nro
Bloomsburg (las Co for
use or gas in 4j posts
A L Fritz bcrvlco as bc-
U II Ent stiff fees In No
2 .May t so no 1 Feb
O.MiJK Lockard, coal
John Jones for water
trough at East
J II Maize, oaths o( coun
cil ior laoj iw.-j
F D Dentlcr, C H llousel
1 weoo, auditors
Columbian, Sentinel and
Inir statement 1K1Q
Samuel Ncyhard town
ltcuben Hess for hauling
ciiiuer on river Dame
Daniel Bryfogle for haul
ing cln on river bank
O M Hughes for hauling
cln on river bank
Tho nas chrKmnn haul
ing cm river bank
Samuel Trump witness
fee lu No 1 Feb T ta
Wm Krlckbaum prot tee
In No 1 Feb v 1 n
E 11 lkeler atty fee in No
1 Feb F '83
Moyer Bros, rent of lock
up iro n junu 1883 to
D It Cortman, serving no
tices of nnneal
John U Butter attending
ruuuu jiua patients
C M Vandersllco for
printing tax n o
tlces ordinance etn
for tux book, ndver-
6 A Clark stitlonery
from April 1881 to
o a Barkley for service
as Houcitor from Feb
MrslUkcr cleaning coun-
S N Walker, for hervlco
ns sienograpucr in
W J corell for hall rack
A L Fritz postaco
Thomas Vannata repair-
Hit, Ul U pUIUp
Moyer Bros, lanterns.
globes, burners, etc
W C Evans for polo
Lafayette Fuller for tak-
ingiramns to lock
up nnd shooting dog
3 00 2958 46
Total amt of orders 1
suea during j car $ 7173 57
Paid State tax on Bonds f 52 72
iHiiius iruu'meu 910 00
Paid Interest, coupons,
durlnir year xui m
Treas commission 109 2t
Aiuuum in nanus of Trs 53 61 2051
Total atnt ot exnendl.
luiva 1 via t)
A. L. FltlTZ, Sec.
0. A. IIEltlHNO.
ITesldent of Town Council.
WO tho Undemlirnei! nnritlnn. nr thn Tnu'ii
Bloomsbunr met on TunM.t iv Mun-ii sain a.
1881, and do hereby certify that we exninlntdtho
foregoing accounts and statements and nnd them
currect unu uu approve the samu.
CIIAIILES It IIOUHEI, )
FIIANK 1). DENTLEltl J- Auditors.
Tlloa WEBB. f
OTICE IN DIVOltOE.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS OF COLUMBIA
Mary Osinan by her next friend, E. M. Tcwksbury
vs. John osinan. sur Ubcl In divorce.
To John Osinan. resnondent nbnvo named i
Whereas unon tho libel of the said Marv osman
a suopoena was issueu out, or me s.uu court com
manmng you 10 ue unu appear at tho next
lar term ot said court to show causo
why tho said libelant should not bo dlvoreed Irom
the bonds ot matrimony contracted with you ; and
whereas upon return otsald subpoena due proof
was made that J ou could not bo tound In iho hall,
wick ot tho Sheriff of said county, whereupon un
attat subnoeua was awarded bv said court com.
uiauuiugyuu iu appear uv inu men uexi leini oi
said Court lo answer as aforesaid, to which tho
samo return was mado by the Mierlff, You are
therefore renulrol lo bo uml appear on tho nrst
day of tho next term of -aid I'uurt to bo held at
iiioomsnurg ior sam county on mo nrst Monday
Jiuf, a. i'. iKii, iu uuswersaiu cuiiipiaiuu
JOHN MOUKEY, Sherttr.
a W, Miller, Atl'y, March 21
KSTATKOK SOS INN AI! KUUBLI, DKCKASIII,
letters ot ailmlnlstratlon on the estate of Susan.
nan utiuiuie. lato ot neaver lowiisiiln. Columbia
county, Pa., deceiuieil, havo been granted by
1st rat or. All nersous havlnir claims acraliut
iteirisver oi sum vuuuiy iu mo unuersnrueu autiuti.
estate of tho deceasinlure reuuested lu iirvseiit
them ior settlement, una those indebted to the
lato 10 iiKiko paymeui iu tuo uuuersigned itdiulu-
isiruiur nuuuuv ueiuy.
Lbll .MU llAl'.l,
3-14-ow MlUIUi X Itoaik
Wheat per bushel k $ 1 05
ityo " " "
Corn " " 00
Oats " " . 40
Plnur linr barrel.... 0 Uv
ciovcrsccd..,.,. , 8 00
Tallow.. .i,Mt..t......i. 00
Dried Apples 00
Sides nnd shoulders .'. 10
f.nrd nrr tinunil 18
Hnvt erton 12 00
Buckwheat (lour per hundred 0 00
Hides per lb C to 7
Veal skins ncr lb 08
Sheep polls, each "5
Wool per lb. w
- Philadelphia Markets.
FEUD Western winter bran, spot, a so.10.
MACKEltr.r. Extra mess tec. largo l's. 28 a 30c.
extra r-horol's 29 1 sec
FI.OU1L Western extra's 2.M G .nO! renn'a.
iiiiiiuy, i.uu 4.10 uuiu iii'ur, o.w 15 u.ou, itiuici
patent S.5 ( (inn.
WllKAT. Delaware red nt LIS, No 1 Venn
sylranla red 1.13,
iiiii iTimorcnnsyivama iu .ac
CORN, nn bushels In grain depot nt48c
OATH. No. 3 .white tn 4l)f No.2, U.
HAY AND 8T11AW Tlmuthr choice Western
and Now York, 115. fair to good Western nnd
rcw iorK, i,i. t 11. : ineuium wcsicrnanu now
York, 11. m; 12. ; cut hay ns to quality 1 1. 17.00.
ltye straw ID Wheat straw,!). $ ID. Oat straw
SEEDS. clover Otfcts- ner lb. Timothy 1.50
1.3i per bushel, Flax 1 70 per bushel.
uui ijiuo, j-ennsyivania nnu ust iriiiii.i.
r icece asiieu, a a nun nuuc, iy, ; a .to 19
3i)c ; common 21 a 27c Texas r'all clip Duo 20 (4
22. medium 17 (Si 20 coarse. 15 ( 17.
r.uuo. 1 cuuaj'tumu UAiru, xj n1.-31.1-1u
llUTTF.it. rcnnsjiraniaextra.31 33: western
live l'OULTltv. fowls. Hens. 13 I3tf mixea
lots 12c roosters old 6 a c turkeys, ducks
10 l7geeso a 10.
DltKssKD l'OULTKY. Turkeys extra 18c19cts.
chickens extra 17 ; ducks choice 18 ;
potatoes. Early nose ncr busneL ss 40
llurliink- and Hebron, 3.1 ft 38.
uiu.. leiiow, l.ou (4 1.0 pur uui.
Duck eggs 3.', Uccso eggs 75 (4 80.
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All tho above bought 'and sold nt Light
Street by SILAS YOUNG.
ESTATE OP JAMES BCCKALEW, DECEASED.
The unilerslirned auditor nnnolnted bv the Or-
C bans' Court of Columbia county to make dlstrl
utlon In tho limd-i of the administrator In tho
estate or James Uuckntciv lateot ArUona Territory
deceased, will sit at his olllco In Bloomsburg, on
Saturday, April 12th PMI, at 10 o'clock a. m., when
uuu wneru an panics interesicu insaiu esvaic
must appear and present their claims or be do
barred Irem any share otsald fund.
J. .M. Ul-lll,
March 7-1 w Auditor.
ESTATE OF SAMUEL IIAOBNBCCII DECEASED.
Letters of administration on tho estate or Sam.
uel ll.igetibuch deceased, late ot Centre to rnshlp
Columbia county, Pennsylvania, deceased have
becngrnnted by 1110 Register of said county to tho
undersigned Administrator. All persons having
claims against the estate of tho deceased aro re
quested to present them for settlement, and those
Indebted to tho estate to make payment to tho
uuuersincu uuiu msiraiur wiiuoui, ueuy.
I. II. IIAOENBUCH,
March 7-Ow P. O. Orovanla. CoL co. l'a.
J-OTICE TO STOCKIIOIiDEUS.
The unnui! nvetlnzof tho stockholders of tho
North and West Branch Hallway Comp iny Is call
ed f r Tuesd ly, April 2J, 18S, at 1 o'clock a. m.,
ai 23:1 outli Fourth Street, Philadelphia. Election
iui ruM-iciii, uuu uir cuirs sa uu uay auu piacu.
o-i-iiii Ai.11t.111 iiaut ec-y.
ULE ON PAHTIES.
dam Kline vs. John Kline et al. In the Court
of common Pleas of Columbia County. No. 58
December Term 18W.
To Adam Kline, John Kline, William Kline,
Daniel Kline, ltchecca Blue. William Swisher aud
.Mary Ann his wirolu right of said wife, and Frank
lin Metz nnd Christina his wife, In right ot Bald
wife. You and each of you aro hereby notified
that a rule has been taken In said court in the
above stated case on the parties named, to appear
In said court on or beforo the Ilrst .Monday of .May
1 tini, 10 accept, or reiuso real estate, or snow cause
why tho samo shall not bo bold.
Mar ll-4w sheriff.
T ho undersigned executors of the estate ot Abra
ham A. Kline, lato of Benton township, deceased,
will expose to public sale on
Saturday, April X9, '84
nt one o'clock p. in., tho following described real
NO. 2. A tract of timber land situated In Ben
ton and Kugarliaf townships, bounded on the
north by land of John A. Kltie, aiuth by tracts
Nos. 3 and 4, described below, cast by land ot Ira
J. Thomas and west by lands of O.P.Fritz and
Daniel Fritz, containing 31 acres and (l2perche.
A roid 30 feet wldo runs from this tract to tho
public road. This tract will bo sold on tho follow.
log terms : Ten psr cent, of ono halt tho purchaso
money to bo paid on tho day ot sale, ono half less
l he ten per cent on Juno 1st 1881, and tho balance
In one year thereafter with Interest from June 1st,
1884. security will bo r.'uulrod for tho unpaid pur-
NO. 3. A tract of land situate In Benton and
Sugarloaf townships b junded north by tract No.
2, bouth by land of David Huberts, eist by No. 4,
hud west by lindot o. I'. Fritz, containing 50
acres and 52 perches, whereon Is erected a dwell
NO. 1. Tract of land In samo townships bound
ed on i ho nor h by No. 2, south by Ian lot David
Uoberts, cast by lands of Samuel Hobjrti and Ira
J. Thouia", nnd west by No. 3, containing 43 acres
and 135 perches.
Terms for No. 3 aud 4 : 10 per cent, of ono third on
tho day of sale, oue third less ten per cent, on
Juno 1st 1881, nnd tho balance on June 1st 18S5,
with Intcres; from Juno 1st 1881.
I. K. KIIICKBAU.M,
JOHN A. KLINE,
3 2K-1W, Executors.
estate or riui.ir r. eykk, dxceased.
letters testamentary on tho estate of Phllln P.
Kyer deceased, lato of Bloomsburg Columbia coun.
ty, Pennsylvania, deveased have b.en granted by
tho lteglster of said county to tho undersigned
executors. A 11 persons li:n lug claims against tho
estate of said decendent aro reiUesled tu present
them forsetllemeut and those Indebtotl lotho
estate to make payment to tho undersigned with
JAMES K. EYElt,
J. 1). WILSON,
March 7-lw Executors.
;U,VV'H Hl'ICCIl'IC MlilllCINH,
TRADE MARK TiikOkkatEnu-TRADE MARK
Lisii iir.uKuv. An
U'lfalllng euro for
Seminal W e a k.
aud all lilsooses
that follow as a
scuueneo of self-
Abuse ; us loss of '
BEFORE TAKINQ.sal Lassltude.AntR TAKING.
IMIn In tho Back, Dlinue-w of Vision, I'reninturo
Old Age, uml many other UU'uscs that led to Insa
nity or Consumption uml a Premature (iravo.
IIkwahk ot advertisements to refund money,
when druggists from whom tho medicine Is bought
do "ot refttna, but refer you lo tho manutactur
cib, and tho requirements are such that they
are seldom, teifi; complied with. Seo their writ-
icu guarantee, a inaiui uuu siugiu package OI
Oniy's specltlo will couvluco the most skeptical of
Its real inertts.
(in account of counterfeits, wo havo adopted the
Yellow Wrapper i ihe only genuine.
rr-rull particulars In our pamphlet, which wo
desire lo send frvo by mall to every oue. Iir-'l'ho
ShvI1Io MtHllcIno Is sold byull druggists at 11
tier package or 0 packaes for is, or win Uj sent free
by mall ou tho receipt or thn money, by addressing
THE (IlIAY MK1IIC1N1-: CO., Bullttlo, N, Y.
Sold lu Blnoinsbnrg by all druggists.