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Fill DAY, Al'UIL 11, 1881.
Cnrrtiel ltiitlrnntl Time Tattle,
Trains on the Philadelphia & 11. It. loavo Rupert
as follows I
0:39 a. in.
4.UU P. in.
lliil a. m.
0:13 p. m.
Tralnson tlio 1). I A V. It. 11. leave llloomsburit
as follows i
7:87 a. in. 8:85 n. in.
10.88 a. in. 11:58 a. in.
0.30 p. in. 4.30 p. m.
Tho Uttt train soatli omnccts with the l'hlla.
dlplna Heading at Rupert, ana with tho Nw
tlicrn Central nt Northumberland.
The 8.83 a. m. train connects at Northumberland
with thou.ai train on Pennsylvania road, reaohlnit
l'hlladelphla nt 8: 1 J p. m.
Tholl: train connects with Philadelphia ana
Heading raid at Kupert ut 11:51 reaching l'lilladel.
plila nl O.uo p. in.
Tho 1I:4J train connects with Pennsylvania road
at Northumberland at ins, reaching Philadelphia
nt 7:83 p. in.
Tho 4.30 p. m. train connects with Pennsylvania
road at .Northumberland at 8.o3 p. in., and reaches
Philadelphia at 3.03 a. in.
Trains on tho N. &-V. 11. Hallway pa3i Bloom
Ferry as follows i
7:41 a. m. 1S:0 p. m.
0.31 p. ra. 7:o7 p. in.
Notice to CorreHlioutlciilH.
In order to savo many communications from tho
waste basket wo mako tho following suggestions
to local correspondents! Usoonlyono Bldooftho
sheet, and write as pialn as posstblo ; glvo only
the local nows that is ot some Interest to tho com.
munlty, such as accidents, Improvements, mar
riages, deaths, matter relating to schools and
churchos, business enterprises, changes of rcsl
dencc, and tho llko. What appear to bo Jokes nt
the expense of others, and personal mention glv.
Ing only ono name or Initials or a nickname, will
not bo printed under any circumstances. Such
Items often glvo offense, though nono may bo In
tended. Tho full name ot tho writer must always
bo given, but will not bo printed unless requested.
Alt those having public sale bills printed
at tills olllco will receive a notice under
tills heading, frco or charge. The notice
will remain standing until tho day ot salo.
W. S. Hess, administrator of George
Kclchncr, deceased, will sell a valuable
timber tract of 415 acres, on Saturday,
April 10th, 1884.
Several town properties, good location,
brick or frame.
About 23 acres of laud In Hemlock town
ship, partly cleared, balanco well timbered.
A farm of nbout 80 acres in Scott twp.
For terms and particulars apply to Oco.
E. Klwcll, Uloomsbtirg, Pa. fob. 20-tf.
Miss Annie Jamison Is spending her Eas
ter vacation nt home.
Mrs. M. E. Ent mid daughter went to
Philadelphia tho first of the week.
Alfred Mcllcnry, the lientoii merchant,
Is in the city this week buying new goods.
Mrs. M. P. Eyerly went to Hethlehcm on
Wednesday to visit friends and spend Eas
tcr. Mr. John Stock, business manager of the
Sunday lirealfast Table, Williamsport, was
in town on Tuesday, looking nftcr the in
terests of his paper.
Prof. G. E. Wilbur will soon move into
the house on the corner of Third and West
Btreels, recently occupied by J, S. Sterner.
F. P. Drinker ami William Hart took a
trip to the North Mountain this week, pros
pecting for ore.
W. L. Mannlnglcft last week for Roches
ter N. Y. He will return about May 1st for
his family, and remove permanently to the
Quito a delegation started for Allcntowii
on Tuesday to attend tho State Convention.
Tiio party embraced H. P. Fruit, C. G.
Harkley, substitute for Dr. Megargell, and
William Ilhodamoycr, delegates, with u
body guard consisting of W. K. Tubus, Col.
Jamison, It. Buckingham, G. A. Clark,
William Kramer and David Lowenberg ,
Foit Balk. A set of tinner's tools, apply
to I. 11. Hupert Uloomsburg, Pa. tf
E. I). May had his hand crushed nt the
planing mill on Wednesday.
Lilicy & Sieppy have over one hundred
different styles of wall paper.
Rev. D. J. R. Strayer Is expected to
preach in the Baptist church next Sunday
morning and evening.
J. Saltzer, Main St., Bloomsburg, has
one new platform spring wagon, 2 scats,
polo and Bhafts, for sale.
II. J. Clark is fitting up a new store
room on Main street, at the stand recently
vacated by C. E. Savage.
Everybody says Lilley & Sieppy ore sell,
lug goods cheaper than anybody in the
Mrs. Samuel Seybert of Orange town
ihlp, died on Wednesday evening, aged
about 00 years.
(Jo West via. Pennsylvania railroad. All
changes made in Union depots. No omni
bus transfers. W. O. McKisnev, A't.
Buy your Easter cards at tho Columiiian
Btore, where they can bo found in great
variety. Beautiful fringed cards from C
J. C. Brown was elected n delegate to
tho Republican National Convention ot
Chicago, by the conference held at llazle
ton last week.
Charles O. Barkley and R. Buckingham
have entered into pirtnershlp In Ihu prac
tice of law. Mr. Buckingham moved to
the unices of Mr. Barkley the first instant.
E. A. Rawllngs waited upon his nuiner
ous customers on Saturday last with a
handsome new market wagon, now horso
and harness. It was a line turnout. Tho
wagon Is one of M. C. Sloan & Bro's. make.
List of lelteis remaining In the Post Of
fice at Benton for quarter ending, March
31, 1831. Rev. R. Carpenter, Samuel
Woldner, C. W. Yost, XV. B. McIIeury,
S. W, Spencer and James Calne.
The Law Library has recently received
nn addition of all the Massachusetts State
Reports. There are 1U0 volumes, bound
two volumes to a book. Tho lawyers now
havo access to over 1000 law books in tho
Law Library, including tho library of
Our complete stock of wall paper Is prov.
ing a drawing card. Observers wondered
what wo were going to do with It when It
was brought to us by wagon loads, but wo
liavo sold It so fast wo were obliged to
order again and have another iuvoice on
the way. Call and wo promise to please
you. Lillbv & Slkity
Wo liavo just finished a largo Job for tho
Masonic Fraternity. It Is 1000 volumes of
tho History of the Scottish Rite, and the
Bylaws of tho several lodges. Tho book
contains 103 pages, Is printed on fine heavy
puper, nnd bound in purple cloth. It was
worked off In 133 page forms. Mr, O. K.
Francis of this town Is the compiler,
Miss Miranda Hess1 Bchool closed last
Friday with a pleasant time to both
teacher nnd pupils.
A. Laubacli & Son arc doing a brisk bus
iness In their Btoro as they keep a full store
and prices way down.
Mr. Curry Mastcllcr who went west
about three weeks ago has returned.
Mr. Charles Carpenter has moved Ids
steam saw mill from tills place to Jackson
There was a thunder shower passed over
this place on tho night of April 1st nt nbout
eleven o'clock In tho evening. It was fol.
lowed by wind nnd snow. O. P. Q.
No uso going any further than Orange,
vlllo to buy your wall paper. Lilley &
Sieppy con suit you In taste, quality and
TO OUM. HUllHCKIIIICHH.
The first of April, which is the customary
sottling.up tlma has past, nnd we must nsk
tlm Indulgence of our patrons for a few
words concerning our business. We nro
endeavoring to nvold public dunning
through tho paper, ns much ns possible,
but It Is sometimes absolutely necessary.
Last week wc sent out bills to nearly 200
subscribers who owe for one or more yenrs'
subscription, aggregating nbout $500.
Those who hove already responded will
plcaso accept our thanks, but thero ore
many more that wo hope to hear from vsry
soon. Reader, If you have received a bill
by mall please nttend to the matter nt
once, cither by calling In person, or by
Bending a check, post olllco order, or cash.
We would not nsk you for the money If It
was not due, and needed by us. If you
have not received a bill, this notice is not
intended for you,
Everybody Is crying "hard times" wc
nro doing first-class business. Why
shouldn't people go nnd buy where they
can buy the cheapest ? Wo ore bound to
run our stock down bo wc will hove room
for Spring slock. Como early nnd take
advontago of some bargains we oro olTcr
Itii:. Lillkt & Slippy.
Another Untruthful Ileport.
The Wllkcsbarrc Sunday AVu Dealer of
last week contained an article headed
"Riddled with Bullets. A Bloody Bar
room Fight Growing out of a Game of
Cards," dated Cole's Creek, Col. Co., April
4th, and marked Special Correspondence. It
wo?, in substance, that four men named
Dayls, Mills, Itoyer and Williams on Sun
day night n week, engaged in n game of
poker at a tavern, and after a little the bets
reached 500 a side. A dispute arose over
the game, a quarrel ensued, the lights were
extinguished, pistols were fired, and the
four men hit, two of them dying and the
other two being seriously Injured.
All this will be news to the good people
of Sugarloaf. So far as that place is con
cerned, or any other place In this vicinity,
there is not a shadow of truth in the article.
The fact is that the New York Sun con
tained o telegram dated Cole's Creek, Pa.,
which Is not our Cole'? Creek, and the
AVit's Dealer reprinted this telegram, ndded
"Columbia County" to it, and imposed
upon its readers by marking it Special Gv
rctpoiulence. We shall soon bo compelled to
class our Wllucsbarrc contemporary with
all other sensational newspapers that live
and thrive on this sort of stuff, and which
are not fit to be admitted Into the house
holds of respectable people.
Triumph, Pnxton Mills, Banner nnd Su
perlativeroller process; Eclipse and
"Slue qua non" new process j and com
mon Hour, at F. P. Vanderslicc's flour and
feed store, Centre St. lw
An early service will be held at St. Paul's
Episcopal church next Sunday morning at
0 o'clock, when morning prayer will be
read. Some time has been spent in the
preparation of the music, which will bo as
Anthem "Christ our Passover." Millard.
Gloria Patri-A flat Dialla.
Te Dcum Composed 6y the Ortjanitl.
Jubilate Deo Marih.
Apostles' Creed, intoned.
Hymn, 104 "Jesus llvcs,no longer now."
At ten o'clock services will begin with
tho Antc-'Jommunion service, with sermon
and Holy Communion. Tho following mu
sic will bo rendered :
Anthem "Ho is not here." Millard.
Kyrie Eleison, No. 1 Mendelssohn.
" " No. 2 PoznansH.
" " No. 3
Gloria Tlbl Danks.
Gloria Potrl Millard.
Hymn 425, Alleluia Anthem.... Wilson.
Gloria in Excelsis Old Chant.
The music at the early service will be the
Services have been held every day this
week In the Lutheran, Episcopal, and Ro
man Calhollo churches. The first day of
Holy Week which is familiarly known ns
Palm Sunday, lias been variously termed.
In the Lcctlonary of St Jerome and some
other writers, it Is called "Indulgence Sun
,day." In Borne parts of Europe nnd tho
'east the day Is also named "Hosanna Sun
day." The far more common name, how.
ever, is "Palm Sunday." In thw Sacramen
tary of St. Gregory it Is called the "Sun.
day of tho Palm Branches," and In that of
St. Ambrose It receives the title of "The
Sunday of tho Olive branches." Chrysos
torn mentions the Blinking of tho palm
brnnchcB as one of the customs of the day
in a 3crmou for the Great Week. The ob
ject of this day's ceremonial observance is
to commemorate the triumphant entry of
Jesus Christ Into the city of Jerusalem, as
narrated in St. John's Gospel, xll chapter,
when "the peoplo took branches of palm
trees and went forth to meet Him, and
cried t Hosanna 1 Blessed is tho King of
Israel that cometh in tho name of the
Lord." In the Roman church tho services
consist of tho Benediction and Procession
of the Palms and tho singing ot the Passion
of Jesus Christ. The Anglo-Catholic anno,
notor of tho Book of Common Prayer says
that in tho ancient English church the Ben
ediction of Palms took place before the be
ginning of the Holy Communion. The
form ,wns precisely that of tho Roman
church of to-day, and "the custom," he
says, "Is still represented lu some places
by decking tho church with willow branch
es on Pulm Sunday, nnd almost everywhere
by tho country peoplo bearing them In
their hands as they walk oat In the after,
noon," As to tho present .custom of the
Church of England, ho says i "The distin
guished characteristic of this day In tho
last week of our Lord's life Is not repre
sented In any of tho Scriptures for tho day,
which are altogether occupied with our
Lord's Passion. This arises from tho
change made In 1549, when tho scrvlco for
the benediction of the palms was set aside.
This oversight Is to be regretted, as there Is
clearly a connection between the usago of
palm bearing and the Divine ritual, both of
Sinai and the New Jerusalem,"
Lille) Si Slcpjiy's low prices aro playing
smash. Low prices arc doing It,
THE COLUMBIAN AJtfD DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUM13IA CDUOTY7tA. '
Most of tho farmers liavo commenced
Mr, Harvey Hess of Wapwnllopcn, spent
Sunday with his parents.
Messrs. E. M. Iltolcr of Mlllvlllc, and A.
W. Musgrnvo of Wclllvcrsvllle, took a
drive to Centre Sunday last
Mr. A. XV. Spear has employed nn In
dian boy of the Carlisle school as a farm
hand. His name is Vincent Horse, nnd
he cornea from the Sioux tribe. ; j
Mi, Joseph Gclger of Fishlngcrcek, mov
cd to Centre last week,
Mr. John W. Kclchncr started to school
at Orangevlllo last Monday,
Addlo Shaffer, son of William Shaffer, Is
Blowly recovering from a protracted ill
ness, Messrs. E. & J. S. Hagenbuch nro busily
engaged In building just now,
Tho following officers were elected for
tho ensuing year at tho Hldlay Union Sun
day school i Mr. J. II. Alkmnn, superln.
tendent Mr. W. H. Hess, assistant j Mlsi
Llzzlo Conner, secretary; Mr. XV. E.
Creasy nnd Miss Sadie Hagenbuch, libra
rlans i Frank Creasy nnd Charles Hldlay,
Mr- (!. E. Creasy started to school at the
Normal, Monday morning.
Potatoes are scarce. Lilley it Sieppy
don't want any, but any other kind of pro
duce they will take.
Tho streets through town are now In bet
tcr condition than they liavo been foryears,
thanks to the energy of our efficient super
visor, E. B. Johnson. Ho has removed tho
mud from tho roads nnd macadamized with
stono in the low places.
Tho Academy opened on Monday last
with a very flattering number In attend
ance. Pro!. Heck's method of teaching
and ills well-known nblllty Is commending
itself to both parent nnd teacher.
Some of our young ladles aro evidently
dissatisfied with naturo for not forming
them men and nro doing all they can to
undo the evil by donning the coat, hat and
breeches. Some three or four so dressed
on Monday eve paraded tho streets think
ing they were having a gay time, and them
selves unknown. You were wrong, girls j
the moon was too bright and the tronsera
too tight to deceivo observers. You had
better drop it girls and stick to the petti
coat. A. M. Dewltt has purchased the stock of
D. K. Slohii & Son and rented tho room
now occupied by them nnd will In future
carry on the store business In that Bland.
Some of our local politicians are greatly
exercised over tho selection of Brown of
the Itqmblican for conferee to the Republi
can convention, they saying the delegates
from Columbia were Instructed not to sup
port him. This seems to be a mistake as
they were not instructed to vote for any
Lloyd Miller, living in Catawlssa town
ship, one mile from Bloom Perry, has 2
colts to sell i 4 years old, safe nnd sound in
every wny. 4-4-2t
The applications for borough charters
made ot the last term of our county court
by Cntawissa and Orangevillc were unsuc
cessful mainly becnuse of opposition by
or on behalf of citizens of Catawlssa and
Orange townships, outside ot the proposed
boroughs. In each case a small township,
in form of a shell or crescent, would havo
been left, surrounding In whole or In part,
a new borough, upon which would fall in
creased expenses for local government. In
brief, it was urged in opposition that with
in given limits offices would be greatly
multiplied in number, with increased ex
penses for local organization nnd manage
ment. In the case of Catawlssa it was
computed that there would be but 78 resl
dent land owners left in the township, if
tho borough should be erected, upon
whom would rest the duty of maintaining
about 30 miles of public roads, and from
tho character of the territory It was not
likely that the population of tho township
would largely increase in future.
A dozen or fifteen years ago applications
made to court for a borough charter for
Bloomsburg were resisted upon similar
grounds, and were rejected. Thero wero
difficulties about tho limits of the proposed
borough, and it was evident that by erect
ing the borough, Bloom township would be
left In bad shape, with insufficient terri
tory and population. All difficulty and
question was, however, disposed of by the
interposition of tho Legislature, in the
passage of tho act "to define the limits
and to organize tho town of Bloomsburg,"
approved March 4th, 1870, which act, with
its supplement of tho following year, now
constitutes the charter of tho town.
The Bloomsburg plan of municipal or
ganlzalion is well adapted to such case's as
those of Catawlssa and Orangevillc, for It
admits of the Inclusion of farm lands nnd
outlying or detached settlements within the
corporate limits, to tho mutual advontage
of town and country. For, as to town
tnxes, suburban property pays a two.
thirds and farm land a half rate, while a
tull rate is Imposed upon property lu the
town proper. The practical result Is, that
the town proper gets more money for its
treasury'from the country districts than it
expends for them, while the country ills,
trlcts pay less tax than they would pay if
burdened with a separate township gov.
This idea ot thu classification of proper
ty for local taxing purposes according to
location and character is borrowed from
Acts of Assembly relating to 1'hlhulelphU ;
it is ,not original in tho Bloomsburg act,
although It received by that act a new and
interesting application. By means of It,
thus applied, the whole ot Bloom town
ship was brought under a town govern
ment, and tho experiment has resulted In
successful administration for thirteen
The other features of our town charter,
not found In tho general borough laws, are
believed to bo wise and salutary. Among
them may bo mentioned i the plan for col
lecting the town taxes with promptness
and virtually without expense to tho town!;
the preparation, filing in court, and judlc.
lal approval of a town mop j the represen
tation of minorities In the town offices nnd
particularly In the Council ; tho retention
for tho town of general laws relating to
townships except so far as Inconsistent
with tho charter, Sic, &c. Of course,
some of the provisions of the general
borough laws are borrowed and Incorpo.
rated in the Bloomsburg charter but still,
In material respects, lu fact substantially,
that charter embodies a now plan for local
If the plan ot that charter is suited to
such cases among villages ns those of Cat.
awissa and Oranguvllle, whore It may be
desirable to place a whole small township
under a town organization, what is to hln.
dcr the Legislature from embodying tho
plan lu a general permissive law from en
acting a statute which shall authorize
town organizations under tho general fca
lures of thu plan, carefully revised and Im
proved If thought proper, and made sulta.
bio and convenient for general use f If
asked for, I suppose such general law
might be easily secured.
April 10, 1831. O. R. BUOICALEW.
Slnco the removal of A. M, Illdleman to
the south side of tho river, wo nro left with
out mii8lo or a reporter, but the world must
While plowing Monday Btcphcn Swank
wa tnken with severe cramp, nnd when
last heard from was In great misery.
Davy, the tailor, Is very busy nnd con
templates building a new houso during the
''Aunt Baltic" Kclchncr will not move to
Berwick this tprlng ns contemplated, hut
remain on her lot to the satisfaction of nil
Edward Wagner's now barn on his mill
property, U nenrly completed, and adds
greatly to the appearance of tho place. '
It bids fair to bo lively nt tho upper mill
this summon J, L. Wolvcrton has hired
Charles Mcllcnry as miller, who, with his
father, has brcn thero tho last week, dress
ing up and putting things In order nnd
started thu' mill Tuesday, Thoy expect to
keep tho mill well stocked with grain, flour
and chop. Mr. Wolvcrton came up on
Monday and expects to open tho store In
a week or two. Hlppenstccl & Bowor have
moved their sawmill within a few rods of
tho mill and will b6, ready to saw on Thurs
day, Addison Zimmerman has also moved
In the neighborhood nnd.wlll work in the
shoo shop on the mill property.
Mr. Sloan, of Orangevillc, drives a flno
team through thero every few days to tho
farm and back.
W. P. Bodlne and wife, from Bloomsburg
upcnt Sunday last here with his brother
Rev. J, V. Bodinc.
The schools have all closed and tho chil
dren think they are having n good time.
Tho latest nnd last Is n new store back nt
For Balk. A bay horse sultablo for nny
kind of work, stnglo or double ; not afraid
of the cars. You can havo your choice of
two. Weight 1030 and 1150 lbs.
Henry S. Reat,
Br.ooMsnuno, April 7th 1884.
The President and members of the Town
Council of tho town of Bloomsburg, to-wlt:
Leonard B. Rupert, president-, Isaiah Hag
enbuch, Ell Jones, Charles A. Moycr, Wm.
Rabb, C. B. Sterling and L. T. Sharpless
members, who were elected nn Tuesday,
February 19th. 1884 for one year, met In
tho council room nt 10 o'clock In tho fore
noon and oaths of olllco were duly admin
istered according to law by John M. Clark,
a justice of the peace in nnd for the town
of Bloomsburg, county of Columbia. The
President then made n few remarks in rcf
crcncc to the fine location of our town, its
financial condition and the duties of the
present council, after which on motion of
Mr. Sterling and seconded by Mr. Sharpless
council adjourned to meet this evening rit1
Pursuant to adjournment council met nt
7 o'clock in the evening. L. B. nupert,
President, nnd nil the members were pres.
The President annour.ced that the fixing
of salaries and the appointment of officers
for tho ensuing year was in order.
L. T. Sharpless was chosen as secretary
pro tern to act during the election of n secre
tary. On motion tho salary of the secretary
was fixed at one hundred and twenty dol
lars per annum.
On motion of Mr Moyer and seconded by
Mr Rabb, A. L. Fritz was unanimously
elected secretary for the ensuing year.
On motion of Mr. Sharpless nnd seconded
by Mr. Jones, Charles A Moyer was unani
mously elected Vice President.
Mr. Sharpless moved that, council pro
ceed to elect a Treasurer after fixing salary
thereof, which was seconded by Mr. Sterl
ing end agreed t
On motion of Mr. Sharpless and second
ed by Mr. Hagenbuch the salary of the
Town Treasurer was fixed at one nnd one
half per cent on nil money received and
paid out, except on money received on
bonds Issued by the Town and paid out for
which one per cent was allowed.
Tho following officers were elected s
Treasurer, F. P. Billmcycr j Street Com
missioner, E. Jacoby, whose salary was
fixed at $1.75 per day. Messrs, Rabb,
Moyer and Jones were appointed a com
mittce to buy material for the street, com
missioners. The High Constable's salary
was fixed at $50 a year, and M. C. Wood
ward was elected to that office.
The salary of Solicitor was fixed at 25
a year, and L. E. Wnllcr was elected sollc
Itor. The police forco is as follows i Wesley
Knorr, chief : Daniel Laycock, S. W.
Shutt, B. B. Freas, Clark Shoemaker, A.
Shultz, W. Hlngrose, J. Q. Barkley, II. C.
Nagle, Isaac Roadarmcl, W. Dietrick, W.
H. Millard, Levi Cox Jr., James Walters,
Charles Rabb, D. R. Coffnian, Luther B.
The price of labor on the highway was
fixed at $1.35 a day, cobbling $1.50, one
horse team $2.00, two horsa team $8.00.
No driver to be under 10 years of age. On
A competitive examination of Candidates
for appointment as Cadet to the Military
Academy at West Point, will be held ut
the American Hotel, Mauch Chunk, on
Thursday the first day of May 1884, at 10
o'clock A. M,
All Candidates for the vacant Cadetship
In this Congressional District are required
to appear before thu examining committee
and siibmll to un examination.
For information an to age, mental and
physical qualifications, &c, address,
Dr. R, Leonard of Mauch Chunk, or
Prof. R. F. Hofford of Lchlghton or the
Secretary of War. apr 4.4 w
Lilley & Sieppy at OrangevIJlc, have the
largest stock of gilt, mica, satin, whito,
black and brown back wall paper ever of.
fered for salo In Orangevillc.
Thomas Regan, u young man employed
as brakeman on engine USD, met with a sad
and painful accident on Friday, from the
effects of which lie died tho same evening,
He was in the act of coupling the engine
to a train of cars, and by makiug a misstep
fell across the track, Both Ills legs were
cut off, one close to the body nnd the other
above the knee. Dr. Gwiuncr dressed thu
mangled limb and had him removed to the
Miners' Hospital whero ho died shortly
afterward, Ho conversed freely after tho
accident, and told how it happened. He
also said his parents were opposed to Ids
railroading, and this is what I got for (lis.
obeying them. His remains wero sent to
Cauton on Monday, whero they will bo In.
The new ambulance received by Riley Si
Co, Is the prettiest ot Its kind In the region.
Wo hope it will bo a long time before It
will bo required at thymines.
Thu Lehigh Valley Company have laid a
now truck behind tho depot to bo used for
Two car loads of Hungarians passed
through here last week for Mt. Carmel.
Wonder what the people In that town in.
tend doing with them ?
C, M, Bcltz, book-keeper for Riley Si
Co., brought Ids family to town Inst week
nnd will go to housekeeping lnDyko'a new
Will Sweeny was presented with n flf.
teen. pound boy on Sunday evening, This
accounts for ids smiling countenance the
past few days.
(. W. Davis, our popular young drug,
gist and postmaster, Is, without n doubt,
the most' accommodating Individual "in our
Tho stained glass windows In the Epls.
copal church were considerably damaged
by the storm last week, two of them being
blown out entirely.
Tho lately elected borough officers cn.
tercd upon their duties on Tuesday. Now,
look out for tho Chief Burgess.
John Hughes, nn old nnd highly respect
ed citizen of tills borough, died very sud.
denly nt Ids homo !on Thursday morning.
Ills funeral took place on Saturday, which
was very largely attended,
Rev. E. T. Field of town, who Is visiting
friends In Philadelphia, Is reported to bo
The Water Company Intend running tho
water as far as tho Catholic church. Tho
pipes are being hauled for tho purpose.
Last Sunday being Palm Sunday, a lot'
of Florida evergreens were distributed
among tho congregation in the Catholic
Tho railroad employees received their
wages for Marcli on Monday.
.Lilley & Sieppy havo made a great cut In
nil kinds of goods, and will not bo under
sold. Granulated sugar, Oc. Standard A.,
0., white sugar, 8c. ; a nlco brown Bug.
nr, 4 lbs for 25c ; all domestic ginghams,
10c and down j all cotton shirtings, 10c;
calicoes, C and Cc dress goods at cost.
Call early and get a bargain.
Every purchaser of a Boy's Suit is pre
sented grntis Willi a Baso Ball, Bat and
Cap at.Gross' N. Y. Store, Bloom.
Lilley & Sieppy want 100,000 dozen
of fresh eggs, 100,000 lbs. good fresh but
ter. The run for I. W. Hartman & Son's
cheap muslins, calicoes, linen table cloths,
towcllngs, Ac, keeps up from morning un
til evening of each day. Call and get a
Go to O. O. Marr's for
wash boards, &c.
Boys tell your mother that you can get n
Base Ball, Bat and Cap for nothing ami a
cheaper suit at Gross' N. Y. Store than nny
other place in Bloom.
Ladles, wo will open this week a lint of
spring styles of shoulder capes, shawls,
also a full Hue of new styles lu Fiscliucs.
Clark & Son.
W. J. Correll & Co. keep always on
hand a large assortment of furniture to
select from. Any special orders filled on
Wild pigeons scarce; Bargains at Lilley
& Sleppy's plenty.-
C. C. Marr is selling the best syrup for
50 cents. It is the best In town.
For the finest and cheapest Spring Hats
and Caps go to Gross' N. Y. Store.
Excursion tickets all along the line of
L. & B. R. R. to Bloomsburg. Call and see
I. W. Hartman & Son's spring goods.
A full line of Ottoman cloths in black nnd
new spring shades, with a large line of
dress silks, nt i lark & Son's.
For a full line of trunks, cheap, no to
Gross the N. Y. Clothier. Bloom
Tho best churn in use is sold by C. C.
I. W. HARTMAN & SON'S.
For best Photographs call at MacKilllp's
gallery. Above Clark it Son's store.
Mr. Gross of the N. Y. Store lias just re
turned from N. Y. nnd Phila. with a fine
line of Spring t lothlng. Give him a call.
Best calico, 5 cents per yard r' good mus.
llns, 6 per yard ; best shirtings, 8 and 0
cents j cheviots, good table linens 20c per
yard and up; good towels, 25 cents. The
best 25 cent dress goods sold, Go and sec.
at Clark & Son's.
Wool nnd cotton carpet chain nt C. C.
A splendid line of men's suits from $4
upwards at Gross' ni. Y. Store, Bloom.
I. W. Hartman & Son have customers
from Berwick, Willow Grove, Llme.Rldgo
aud other towns which tako advantage of
the L. & B. R, R'a. cheap excursion
rates, for cheap goods.
C. C. Marr wants cabbage, parsnips, but.
ter, eggs, lard, side, shoulder, and ham.
Ask to see the Mysterious Hat at Gross'
N. Y. Store.
Wo aro reducing the price of our whole
stock, and will guarantee bargains in auy
line. Call and seelf this Is not a fact.
Lilley & Sleppv,
Go to O. O. Marr's for splendid syrup. It
is sold at 50 cents per gullon.
Foit Sale. All kinds of first-class farm
implements, machinery, fertilizers. &c. no
matter what you may want you can be nc.
uoiuinouaieu, at (tie lowest cash prlco. All
goods warranted to givo satisfaction, or no
sale. Please call early. S. C. Siiive,
aprll-Ow Bloomsburg, Pa.
Spring goods in large lots, nt I. XV. Hart,
man & Son's.
New goods at C. C. Marr'a, very cheap.
Hall's Hair Ronewer renews, cieauses,
brightens and invigorates tho hair, nnd re
stores faded or gray hair to Its youthful
color and lustre. Peoplo with gray hair
prefer to me the Itenowcr, rather than pro.
claim to the world, through their bleached
locks, that they are becoming aged, and
passing on to decay.
WHAT 18 IT GOOD FOR ?
Let us tell you what Dr, Thomas Eolcc
trie Oil is good for. It is death to rheuma
tism and neuralgia. It will euro a burn.
bite, or pain, nnd Is equally good for a
THE SEW TRIOlfOI.E.
This machine is propelled by steam, and
will carry two peoplo twenty miles an
hour, it Is said. It is quite nn invention
but does not compare with Burdock Blood
Bitters, which will tnrry thu Invalid along
the road to health to beat all,
WANT OF 1'Allll.
If C. A. Klelm, the Druggist, docs not
sueceeu u is nut tor inn want of laltli. lie
has such faith lu Dr. llosanko's Cough and
Lunc syruii ns a reiucdv forOoimln. Colds.
Consumption, and Lung Affections, that he
uivcs u uimn; ireu in eniu ami everyone wno
Is In need of a medicine of this kind.
sampson'b leos and looks.
When Delilah clipped oft Sampson's
locks that mighty althleto at once became
"as otaer men." If It could bo proved that
tliepo3sesslon of luxuriant hair would en.
ablu men to leur open lions' Jaws, Hlscox
& Co. would bo driven wild lu the effort to
supply enough of Parker'a Hair Balsam to
meet the demand. As it Is tho Balsam pre.
vents your hair from failing out, and re.
stores the original color If faded or gray.
Besides it Is a great addition to tho toilet
table simply as a dressing.
ALMOST JA'BANB AND OU1IKI).
"Most of tho eminent doctors lu the
East, us well as sevcrul of thu medical fac
ulty In New York City, writes Rev. P, P.
bhirley, of Chicago, "failed to help our
daughter's epilepsy, which began to show
signs of turning Into Insanity. By the good
provldenco of Clod we tried Samarium A'er
mm, and It cured her." Your druceUt
keeps it. $1.50. bb
HELPED HER OUT.
"For yenrs havo been a scvero sufferer
from li.ilns In thn buck. Trim! vnrlniin im
plications. One bottle of ThiunnV Eclec
trie Oil e ntirely cured me. Cured others
equally quick.'1 Mrs. Helming of 14th Su,
Jiiiltnio, wrote this.
Seo a woman in another column, im.ir
Spccr's Vlneynrds, picking grapes from
which Speer's Port Grapo Wlno is mado.
that is so highly esteemed by tho medical
profession, for the use of Invalids, weakly
persons nnd the ngcd
aoiii by u. A. Klelm, Bloomsburg.
Eruptions. Sores. Pimples. RiiKiiMvnau
ari but Indicators of Impure blood, Ack
era Blood Ivlixlr Is the remedy. Hnlil Uv
J, 11. Klnports, druggist.
A IIEL1A1II.B POllf WISE.
Mr. A. Speer, of New Jersey, whose Port
Grnpo Wlno has such a wide reputation,
nnd which physicians prescribe bo general
ly, was the first In this country to lmjiort
the Port Wine Grapo from the banks of the
River Dourn, in Portugal, where tho lino
old ports were mado and to plant vlneynrds
of them In New Jersey. His Port. Bur
gundy nnd I Inrct which arc now tho best
to be lind, liavo become a great favorite
among the most fashionable Now York,
Philadelphia and Washington society. Sold
by first claBs. dealers.
GOV. IIOTt'S ENDORSEMENT.
Harrishiirg. Pa., Juno7, 1882. J
Mr. John II. Phelps, Scranton, Pa., My
Dear lr i Promptly' upon lecclpt of your
Elixir, leu days since, I entered upou its
lisu nccordlng to direction, stopping my,
Iodld Potass., Amnion, nnd Wine of Col
chlcum. At that tlmo I was completely
disabled with gout In botli feet nlid rheu
matism in both knees, nnd helpless. Now
I comfortably hobble about the house, and
expect to be out lu n week. It may bo n
coincidence, my amendment and tho uso
of your medicine. I hope for no occasion
to try it ngaln, but If need bo I will try It
again In a fresh attack with great confl.
dencc. Very Truly Yours,
Henhv M. Hott,
Governor of Pcnnsvlvanln.
hnr null', nt lli'nilcmlinlt'a T'l,
6S"Get the best dyes. The Diamond
Dyes for family use havo no equals. All
popular colors easily dyed fast and beauti
ful. Only 10c. a packago nt druggists.
Wells. Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.
Sample Card, 32 colors, and booK of di
rections for 2c. stamp.
OARE3 OF LIFE.
As wc como to them they arc received,
borne with, and passed over with no more
than n thought, if wo are in the enjoyment
of health, but If suffering with Plies or
skin disease of any kind they magnify1 a
hundred fold. C. A. Klelm, the Druggist,
lias Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy which is an
absolute cure for any affection of the kind
nnd is sold for SOcents. July 18-cow
Evert Promise backed by a guarantee.
Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets will give Imme
diate relief. Price 25 & 50 cents. Sold by
J. H. Klnports, druggist.
Elmlra, N Y., July 10, 1882.
Mr. Phelps Dear Sir s Up to this morn
ing wc have sold twenty .one bottles of your
Rheumatic Elixir, nnd ns far as we nro able
to ascertain, with good account In every
case. (First 20 days).
Inuraham Bros., Druggists.
For sale at Hendershott's Pharmacy,
COME, GENTLE S1T.INQ,
and bring malaria, dyspepsia, biliousness,
torpidity of the liver and a truin of kindred
maladies. Fortunately Kldney-Wort Is nt
hand. It mny be had of the nearest drug
gist and will purity the system, correct the
stomach nud bowels, stimulate the liver
and kidneys to healthy action, remove all
poisonous humors and make you feel liken
new mini. As a spring medicine, tonic aud
blood purifier it has no equal.
At times symptoms of indigestion are
present, uneasiness of the stomach, Ac, n
moisture like perspiration, producing itch
ing at night, or when one is warm, cause
the Piles. The elTcct is immediate relief
upon the application o' Dr. Basanko's Pile
Remedy, which costs you but 50 cents and
is sold'by C. A. Kleiin. July 13 -cow
Hundreds Write they owe their life and
present good health to Acker's English
Remedy tor Consumption, Coughs, Colds,
&c. bold by J. II. Klnports, druggist.
Wc are glad to say tht our daughter,
who lias been afflicted with Rheumatism
for about eight years, is nearly cured from
the use of two bottles of Plielji's Rheumnt
c Elixir. We regard It ns an excellent
remedy, nnd anticipate a perfect cure by
the time another bottle is taken.
Mr. and Mrs. Stave,
138 Frcemont street, Chicego, III.
For sale at Hendershott's Pharmacy,
hare a positive remedy for the r iVti d'ieee t ty tta
j thousands cf CieJiothow rtL.ntlnndellonjr
rtmfj.n hf-TO been curej, Jntlccd, BoitroniriB rrjr
t 1 'il 'tfisf&catj.ttnt I will rri(tTVO t!OTTM.H
1 i'.ji. to;:iti:iorwlth k VAUWUI.IS TRRATIUlion
April U 4-w
Carriages, WagonsSs Machincry.Run
without greaso or oil. No occasion to take off tho
carriage wheels, circular seat free. Address
.OUAl'llU'KLUlimo.vn.NOCa, Jcny City, NJ.
April ii.4r r
1 UNSEATED LANDS IN COLUMBIA
Iiy virtue of Sundry acts of tho Oeneral Aasem.
bly of the Commonwealth of TennsylvanU rela
ting U tho aula of seated nnd unseated l.inds In
the county ot Columbia, etc., for taxes due ami
unpaid, 1 win oner to public sale lu the Court
House, lu the town of Dloomsbuiv, on
Monday June 9th., 1884.
at ten o'clock a. m., the following described nieces
of land, or buch part thereof as in y bo necessary
to satisfy the amount of tuxes due and unpaid
against tho same, and continue the same rrum
day today as thosaino may lw found nooewary.
'J'MtSIS OK BALK.
Tho amount of taxes nnd costs must be paid
when tho land Is B'ruckoff, or tho sale may bo
void and the property put up and resold.
81 acres nrockway, c n
1 lot Heaver, Charles
3 " Heaver, Jesse.
163 acres llrockway, U 11
Stf " llrockway & Abbott
79 " llrockway Abbott.
118 " llrockway Abbott
51 " llrockway Abbott
a lots llrockway, c 11
loo acres Maker, Jacob, sr.
3 lots liutt linger.,,.
t " Hngart.Mary
S " DojerTH...
a " crowing, l'atrlck
S " Cantnor. William
1110 acres Columbia Coal ironCo
Cox, u H Ex. of Trench Cox.',
Darts Isaac Kst .
,o iuii riunifun, A .
o iois i ry, w s
!! acres KUher, Harali....
to acres (learh.irt. Iianlal
00 acres llauck, Jonathan
IlcnJei lKliT, 8 A & J B
llnau, Jiiliu Dee'd
Hull, Charles John..,
1 larner Jester .,
Ilortman. lit! ,,,
linn;!. .7Jil. "
wo acres lllnderllder, barah A.
1 lot KllnuA.....
10 acres Lynn, Jacob
S lots Lawrence, w It ..,.,
lots Lewis, frank.,. . ,7..
300 acres Miller Mann ."!!!.
43 ' MlnlcV, peter
?, ots Martin, William
Slots Monday, John ,,
HO acres Nungesser, (leoivo ..
5 lots 1'ntteino.n, J U,.,,,
a " l'rlce. clarence
" I'aruf Marklo
.81 acres Kiev, Abraham.. ...
55 ' ' '
0( " ii """
t , " Oeorge
6 ots ItuthllfT, Ham Co , ,
, 8 lott ituthiirr! nam .,..,'
HO acres Heppenlielr, J K ,.
M " hhunan, Frauk I.
,.i ! bhuuian, ihoiius
110 hiioker, Mtoos
3 lots hmlthjw. ,
s " wiick, j j,
t Xi 8
, 0 (0
' 1 00
in " I'owns, .jonn.. ,,,,,
ma; .lolin..,. ....... ........
Kline, jonn Kills ...
lHxlson, (leorgo ,
201 a. Apple, Paul .
" llrlttnln.il A J tot.....
'Vlcm, WTltov i ....
" Doty, l'ealcr Stewart
ll II II ' II "'
" Kvans, Francis
" Klsner, John
" lle.irtley, H V Kst
" Kllnger, I.liale.,.. .,.,.
." Itceeor, Abraham .........
" stout, Nathan
" Schuyler. Wm Mrs
"Kreas Wm I.,
" Dobbins, KM ,,
" Stokes, Olden .,
' Thomas, lluth Ann
" Weaver, Klllas....'
" Dornbach, Margaret
"Klsner, UobPrt ,
" Yetler, Ix-wls Kst
" Yetter, !wis Kst
" Knim, KlUs
" Diddle Heirs
" llarde.. Thomas K.....
1 lot Hchulcr, Mrasarali...!
1 lot Conner, Thomas.
1 " Durken, Mrs. Anthony
8 " Krwtn, Thomas
3 " lletlern, l'hlllp
1 " Homes, Thomas
1 " Kline, Caroline,
3 " (irarell Co
18 ' Lehigh Mahanoy It H Co ,
1 " Mnrkes, (leorge ... ...
1 " Mcliearty, Mary.i
1 " steel, ocorgo W
1 " Itlley, James
0 Turry, Wm
1 " Knlttic, J D
1 " Itoyer, John . ..
1 " Hnnloy, John O
1 " ltynn, Michael
1 " ocrrechty, Thomas
1 " Tlghe, Thomas
1 " Mcltnlyer, Domlnlck
1 " Wilson, John
28 acres Adams, Knos I,
70 " Hagenbuch, Wm
10 " Hnfrenbuch, Wm Sr. Kst.
34 " Hoffman, Win Kst
3 " Iflwrey, Simon
l lot Kroner, Joslh
3 " Marcli, Hebecca
1 " Nungesser, Sarah
1 " llabou, John ,
8 " llrockway, C 11
1 " Hresllne. Bernard
2 " lirady, Julia
3 " Cane, Ellen, i. .
4M acres Ileum, Joshua
1 lot Davis Thomas
1 " Kramer, A W
1 " Jones, oeorgo
1 " Lelby, Kphrnlm
rs acres Kline, John L
2 lot Morrison, Catharine
i ! Aicanaman,.Mary
1 " Morris. Ann 11
S80 acres Itustln, Mary....
iui. itnawn, cospcr
175 acres llusteu, Thomas ....
10 1 Treln, Jacob
100 " Trcln, Jacob
8 " Lewis. Wnllrnr
401 " Young, John
i lot .melton, rnoinas
113ncres Huston, John ,
i lot Mcuuier, Terranco
:6 acres Atlccnr. John
loo niisli. lleubcn
Doty, l'ealcr Stewart
Davis, h'llga L
Hutchison, Thomas J
Hosier, W A
llunslngor, Anthony ;
Kindt, John Co .'.
Le non, Tho'nas
McHenry, n J
Mcars, William ;
Hobblns, Wm A
ltobblns, Kit '
Voug lit, K II
Mensch, .Michael .. . ,
Albsrtson, Mllo Hartley
Derr, I ram ..
McKucn, II J .
Appleraan, M 8
Campbell, N 8 ;
Kminett, A J
Whltcnlgbt; George Jr.
Frlck, George A
Frlck, (loorgu A
II ess, llenjamln.1
Miller Charles W
Miller Neyhart ,
Keller, J K
Hughes, Wright Est
Kline, John L
Kulp Mc Williams.... ..
Meyers, Mary .
Heynolds, John. ..
Heeeo, Daniel .., ,.
Kea, C W
Masters, 1) W
bands, J i: Kst
Creasey, Wm sr
Grover, A w
lleflner, baniuel o
Juuunell, chrutuln ,.,.
Miller, 11 G Kst
bnuuiau, W T...,
Shuinun, Iteuben .......
bmeek, lirobst, Yetter, llauck
Ye.ter, Daniel Kst
Husit, Fraukllu Est
O A Jueoby
Kramer, A W
Nungesser, Win J
" K 1'
Glger, llarbara .
Jacoby, Samuel ... ,
bhuffer, Mathlas.... ,
Everett, uabrlel Est
Everett, Moses Est
Kline, Jacob Kst
Kllue, Abraham J
Kllue, Abraham J ,
I'atlersun, M 11 ,
Davis, Thomas Est
Fitck, Ueorgo A , ....
Lyons, it y
Miller cplo . "
Shoemaker, Joseph...,, .....
names, Thomas Jr
Iirlsh, Jacob ! .. .. . ...
llrelsh, Jacob . ..... ,
Coiiialri Woo .... .,.,,7.
ciix.o 8 K ot Trench Cox
" ii ii H ii
ii ii ii ii ""
" II H II II "
Dllaplano, Kzeklel ST,
llusteu, John , ,.
Haruer, John ....... ,,,
Utile, Hubert. .... .. ,7.7. 7. .,
Morris Hughes ,,
n " Hoott, rcter
ski acres Kt-wart, Wm
fl " Mminaii Mlchaol..
a, " Htcney, Martin
Slots Vaatlne, 11 II ,.,
Blow Volkcnard, UJ
KfiSacrcsWcHt, ii m coal Iron Co ...
3 lots Wetrel, O 8.... ( ,
3 " Werkhlser, Samuel
8 " Wood, Auirustus ,
t9 acres Wheeler. William
Melllugum, Win .,
ItaUb, J Miller
Itaub, J Miller ,.. .
bkatee, Harvey V, J .
Wllchcy, Mary Est ....
Wllchey, John.,.,,. ,
Yetter, Lewis Est..., it
Yetter Lewis Kst...,,,
Minay, i?uis ....
Hellas, William iii. .10 60 ...
Cole, Kreklcl ,i.. ....... " 18 61 w
i;uir, jnomus u ....... ...m.,.
Chaptn, J F. ,, , .,
Chapln, J V
Custer. Mary. ....
Hess, Joseph O
" Joshua 11.. i,
" Crevellng CO.,. .......
" Wesley i
. 7 41, ,
SI 90 .,
,.T 93 ,1
4 84 "
4 4 j:
13 (0 ,
Harvey, JFM Smith
Mcllcnry, K.l ,
Mcllcnry, KJ ,,,,
Savage, Joshua Est............
rilHEAStMEH'S BALK OK
X LANDS IN COLUMMA COUNTY, PA,
Also the following lots, places, and parcel of
seated lands returned by the tax collvcton, are to
be sold at tho same time under the prorlilonaot
an Act of Assembly, entitled "An Act relating to
the sale ot lands for tax In ColumbU county." ap- '
proved March 5th, 1808.
50 acres llanies, Charles.
4 lots Homes, Charles
347 ncres Miller, Longenburger Fisher
1 lot Mosteo, Wm.
5 " Masten, Mrs. William .
3 " bt'lpt, A 11
4 " Sherman, Thomas.....
5 " Johnson, Jonn,.,,,
1 " McAflee, John , ,
1 " Losee,J A Agent
II 83 ,
18 JO 1
II 60 .
I W '
I (I "
a 05, .
Albcrtson, Samuel It .
1 SO i
3 89 '
9 00 I,
iiiiuuuk, numuei (
n acres miles, joremian.i.iw ..
2.1 " 1) u Mcllenry
5 " stiles, Jerciiiah ,
13 " Good A D i
1 lot Mcllcnry, M L Kate..
3 " Walter, Norman..,
1 " ruracL Mm K 11.,
15) acres Doty l'ealcr
40 acres Henry. Isaac Est. .......
1 01, .
110 40 I
1 lot Hnnley, John O ..., , l 40 I
1 " McDonnell, Owen , 8 no ,
1 " McDonnell, Anthony a 80
1 " Carr, Catharine t 33
1 " Keller, sarah .... 71
l " Hasen, John ! '
87 acres Mcouin, w F , 12 eo ,
81 " McQuln, John II ; 430'
1 lot Brown. John its -
1 " Llndennuth, Oeorgo t 41
1 " Da'en, Mary 1 1 1 70
450 acres cummlngs, H M 84)15
ass " cummlngs, It .M A: Co . 140 16
400 ' curry, KUen.... , , 80 83
400 " Murphey, Hushes Co 31(00
slots ltelnbold, W If 3 41
FISHINGCItEBK. " ' '
34 acres Kycr, Mathlas .. J I 03 "
iX ." Kyer, James 14 1
i lot Shultz, Cornelus , .' 95,
2 acres Strausser, Joslah 1 25
QUEEN WOOD. ' .
1 lot IHklngton, I- It , 30
81 acres Moore, Lafayette... t 10 .
1 lot Willlver, J K ' is- J
1 " Hess, Jones 6l,
1 " Fitzgerald, Elizabeth 48
27 acres McMlchael, Jane 3 20"
1 lot Welsh, James 1 20 i
23 acres Thomas, Slate Co 47 50 .
6 " Kbncr, William 50 1
1 lot Fuge, John , 8 33,
jf " Tlpnett, John ' 1 55 I
yi ' Fisher, Frank 8 2 63 -.
JACKSON. , , ,,
3ltf acres Young, Christian
5 97 ,
1 53 '
4 76 .
Young, Lewis C
Young, Isabel ,
Wellver Susan Kst
. 3 40
13J acres Miller, Charles D
1 tot Kclchner, Jacob, Sr........
56 acres Brelsch, Oeorgo
Eves, James est
Ins. Joshua ... 8 45.
Drelblems, Jac b Est 1 W
relblebts, Jos ph 34'
Evans, George 10'
Henn, arahA 125'
ltlcketts, E. 0 . 5 10,
Kline Patterson 5 00
Flue, A J . 3 15
50 acres Kline Patterson !.'.'!!!'.".'.!!!!.' ' 11 00 '
30 l'arker, John 11 2 53
99 " corncllson, .1 II a 19
15 " Neysunter, Michael 3 27
1 lot Solomon, Thoebo .75,
10 ucres McKelvy, N al Co 40
SUGARLOAF. ' 1 '
" Hughes, Wei lngton Est. ....... ' 150
'I Hess, Lavlna 40
" Shultz, Ellas ' 1 20
" II rvey, AM , 1 60
" Seward, Nathan 11 2 00
" Albcrtson, Jesse 15'
" Stevens, Ezra 1 w
A. M. JOHNSON, . ,
SHERIFF'S SALE.. . ,;
By virtue of a writ Issued outot tha Court ot,
Common I'leas, and to me directed, will be expos
ed to publlc.sale on the premises on
Saturday, May 10th, '84 ".
at 3 o'clock p. m. The following real estate to
wlt: All that certain piece ot ground situate In
Orangevllle, orango Township ColumWa county
anu siate or I'ennsylvanla, containing ninety-nine-and
eight-tenths perches of land strict measure,
and boandedund described as follows to-wlt i
Beginning at a corner on line of land of Henry
D. Walker, thence hy Bald line north Blxty.ave
and one-half degrees west two and eighty -one
hundrelhs chains to a corner ;' thence b land of
Jacob Harman and Free School lot,' north, thtrtyi
anu one-halt degrees, east two and twenty-tour
one hutidreths chains to a corner! thence by land
ofMary.Martz. Emily Kline and others, south
sixty-four and one-bait degrees, cast two and'
eighty-two one hundrellis chains to a post; thinct)
by land ot Henry H. Walker, south thirty-two
degrees, west two nnd twenty-one hundreths
chains to the place ot teglnnlng, with the appur
tenances, whereon are erected a largo two story
frame building as an Acadomy' and other out
Seized, and taken In execution, at the tult ot
bllas Conner's, use vs the Orangevllle Male and
Female Acodeinv, and to be sold as the property
of the Orangevlllo Male and Female Academy.
VI FA JOHN MOUHXY,
AP"! U Sheriff.
Wheat per hushel
..) 1 03
,.. 6 00
,. 8 00
.. ' 33
.. , 1!)
.. lit 00
.. ' '23
... 8 00
... 5 to 7
... ' 00
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Flour her barrel
Sides and shoulders
Chlckuus ; ,
I.ard per pound
Hay per ton ',,
Iluckwheat tlour per hundred.,
Hides per lb
Veal skins per lu ,
Sheep pelts, each ,
Wool per lh
FKED'-Western winter bran, wt, q ir.pa.
IAI'k'VIII.'ll'.. . 1 .. .. .
FljOUU.Vteklern extra B.13 A 8.15: Venn's!
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red at 1,12, No rnn.
KVl'S'-S1' o ."els In grain depot at to.
OA1U No, 3 white (4 39 No. 3. 39 u
HAY AND STRAW 'nraUhy-buolci Western
i.a '. ,alr 10 tfood Western iSa.
i!H..rk' U- I weaunu Twtsternana 1 n$5
ork, 11. (4 13. 1 cut hay as to quality 14 a
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SEEDS. Clover 9ots- per lb, Tlinolh t in
OOL.-OI1I0, l-eiinsylvania and Ww Virginia
Fleece Washed, XX aud above, 85 1 Se i, xTiSii
Mo 1 common vi a iwc Texas, "ucljpnhe o H
w,1Jum.!?J 4coarhe,iaV7"V P
18 k MWf UUSylVttU,AtU W
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exiru ;i '" western
I 1 1'h lnm i.i v. .
, W,VWW IVjaTRV.-Jurkeys extra 80 W
. 1UT ATOiU-Kar y ItoMiier biwi.ri It
.VM ivvritv.-jurkeys extra JO mieu.
llurbank anil n.,i.rnn i ..,:.
ONIONS. - Yellow? .I5 8.00 per ubL