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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOC-MSB URG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Nowlicro mo the disaslrom effects of
ft falao Bystcni of eooiiomy moro npprt
font tlmii in tho m.inagomcnt of n
farm. Tho man who thinks that eco
nomy stands for starvation of mind
nnd body for a moan, petty, selfish,
nnriow way of liring will over bo na
far from success in farming as ho is
from tho truth of tho matter of econ
omy. Tho armor has constantly boforo
him tho best lefiolicr of true economi
cal principles that tlicro is in tho world,
and that is Naturo itself. All her
operations aro carried on nccording to
thoso principles in their best mid strict
est sense Naturo is a wiao conserv.-v
tor of forces, and her uncrjjies aro al
ways spent when nnd where they aro
needed, to tho full extant demanded,
no moro nor loss. Sho gives to overy
herb nnd plant its full uompliniunt of
nutritious juices and nnkes the mistako
of supposing that if she holds back a
part tins year they will do just as well
for it in tho next. Sho is gonerous
without bolntr prodigal t sho is frco
without being foolUb. Sho doos act
upon tho principle that it is wasto of
timo and energy to mako somo things
beautiful as well as lasting, nnd that
everything is lost that is not spent in
ministering to tho commonest every
day uses. Among other lessons that
may bo deduced from a study of tho
science of economy is, that It is a poor
way to effect its ends in fanning to
erect poor, unsightly, unsubstantial
buildings for any purposes.
It may cost less monoy to build a
house in n mako-shift fashion, with
thin, open walls, unseasoned doors and
windows, and rcfuso lumber for tho
roof nnd floor timbers, but nfter a few
years, if tho cost is counted up, of re
pairs, mending leaky roofs, and pulling
in new materials, to say nothing of tho
doctor's bills brought about by cold
nud damphess, it will bo found that
economy missed its aim in this instance,
and that .1 good house, well put to
gether, strong and durable, would have
been a saving iu tho end. Tlicro is,
moreover, moro actual waste in house
hold matters whero accommodations
for storage aro poor and inadequate,
than whero facilities and conveninces
aro provided for doing work quickly
and neatly, and properly caring for
It is much easier to practice economy
in all household matters where the
house itself is built and conveniently
arranged in its interior. Tho same
principles may bo applied to buildings
for storing produce and farm imple
ments and for sheltering stock. Sue
cess in farming depends to a very
large degreo not only in producing
abundant harvests and raising iiuo
stock, but in knowing how to care for
them after they como into possession.
Tho profits of a summer's work will
soon leak and wasto away in poor,
rickety granaries and barns, and the
finest stock soon deteriorates in cold,
dirty, crowded stables.
No farmor enn afford to put tho pro
duct of a season's labor under shelter
that is not shelter but where it is con
stantly exposcd,.to drippings from the
roof, to destruction by inico and rats,
ami wastcfutness i nail directions. It is
tho poorest kind -of economy to erect
cheap, ill-arranged out buildings on a
The economical farmer will keep well
supplied with tho best agricultural im
plements that his means will afford and
that hecan use to advantage. He will not
malto tuo mistake- at thinking that be
cause these things cost moro at first
than tho old-fashioned tools ho will
savo money byplodding along in tho
old way. IIo will seo that a machino
that does tho work of ten men much
easier than all together could do it,
will bo a saving in tho end over a tool
that does not cost a fiftieth part as
much but which requires ten times as
much hard labor. JIo will keep his
implements, when not in active use,
untltr cover, and make such necessary
repairs as they may rcquiro without
delay. Good tools in bad order aro a
continual drain upon tho farmer's pock
Good, strong fences on division lines
and between pastures and growing
crops are a true means of savint-. A
singlo inroad by tho sheep and cattlo
in a field of crowinc corn or wheat
costs more than a long section of firm,
well built fenco. Economy proes wrong
when it dictates tho building of fences
out of material that rots down or blows
away tho first season.
It navs in tho end to keen tho beat
breeds of stock and feed them well and
treat thorn kindly. It costs no moro to
feod nnd shelter tho best kind of cattlo
than it does an indifferent, mongrel
breed. Poor, broken-down, diseased
horses are more expensive than young,
sound animals. They require much
caro and do not do their work half as
well. Tho same truths will apply to
sheep, hogs and poultry. If anv of
these are lcopt, it pays to keep the
In short, it will bo found that the
true way to savo is ofttimes to give-
to deal generously with man and beast
and not soarc to-day what must bo
compensated or wholly lost to-morrow,
it is not the way to make suro gams
by wasting tho powers of mind and
body in unremitting labor. IIo
wisest who rightly so distributes his
timo between necessary work and re
creation as to keep tho whole being
mentally nud physicially in tunc.
Forfeited Land Grants,
Tho land grant forfeiture bills which
promptly passed tho democratic house
and now linger in tlio republican senate,
bring to mind tho prodigality with
which tho controlling party lavished
ttie puhlio lands upon speculators nnd
railroad enterprises of questionable util
ity. Tho bills aro designed to recover
a vast number of acres given to bcnclb
ciariea who havo not complied even
with the ensy terms upon which the
grants wero made.
This almost if not completely crimi
nal disposition mado of the publio do
main apportioned, among miner grants,
12,000,000 acres to tho Union l'acifio
road i to the Allantio and Pacific, 42,
000,000 ( to tho Northern Pacific, 47,
000,000 i tho largest grant being larger
than the stato of Pennsylvania.
Theso aro colossal figures represent
ing not only tho immensity of tlio
steal by whioh so largo n portion of tho
publio domain was taken from the
ownership of tho people, but also tho
turpitude of that class of statesmen who
personally profitted by tho dishonest
Among them was ono who put it op
record iu letters written with his own
pen that when ho employed his oflicial
inlluenco iii assisting to rob tho peoplo
of their lands for tho benefit of rail
road corporations, ho was not to bo con
xidered a deadhead in tho entorpriso.
IIo is now tho republican candidato
running on a platform which hypocrit
ically demand that tho publio lands
must bo reserved for tho uso of tho peo
Tho Stato Fair (hounds.
The work i nror-ri'iuliir ranidlv on
tho main building of tho Slnto ngricul
lural Society at Hroad stroot anil Lo
hlgh avenue, 1'hiUdulphh. Tho other
buildings, which are four iu number,
nro rapidly approaching completion.
Tho stables and cattlo ptns have been
finished for some timo. The Contrac
tor J. IJ, Doyle, who is in oharge of
tho work, reported to tho building com
mittoo that ho would havo 110 dithculty
111 turning over tho work on August 1,
stipulatO'l. From that time to
Sontember 8. tho date of tho opening
of tho fair, tho work of receiving ell-
tries nud nllottiug space can go oil
Without a hitch.
Tho great autumn il exhibition, for
which the grounds were planned, has
been n wanderer throughout tho State
for tho most part of its thirty years of
existence It has, however, long bocn
the desire of the society to hnvu a pci
maiient ground ami this Milling the
time was lipe. $70,000 was the amount
required for the building. Part of this
sum tho society had in hand. Their
friends tho two great railroad compan
ies which nro to bo benefited by tho
nterprisc made tip the rest ana 1110
situ was selected.
The plot of rolling ground on which
tho buildings aro being put up is thirty
,.! - :.r,.,.. i..,i,..,;.., wit.
l. iiuii: 111 UAtVllb UIIU Vl'IUUl.'0 IU Vf 11-
am Weightmnti, of tho linn of Powers
Ss Wcightman. Tho only consideration
for tho ten-year lease which ho gave to
tho socioty was that they should pay
the taxes. Tho Sixteenth Street Sta
tion of both railroads is close at hand
nnd tho terminus of tho Thirteenth nnd
fifteenth Street Passenger Hallway is
iust outside of the bounds. Tho tracks
11. I , .. n n.1.1 ( inji, nt t li n I e nn ,1 1 n rt I
ivaiuo'iu Vyompany win uiuui iiiu
grounds at the southeast corner. I ho
'eniisylvania Kailroad is to havo a
pecial station at the northeast entrance,
! M . I ... 1 n .. I
lllll) IIIU lllillll UCUI-S9, WIIUIU il K',LU
houso is now nearly finished, is at the
Seventeenth street entrance on tho
south sidu of the grounds. Tho society
imposes to plant trees and lo a great
leal of grading in the autumn. For
the present, the only improvement will
bo about tlio buildings. Tho latter will
fairlv fill the great enclosure when fin
ished. The stables, which are com
pleted, run all along tho north side of
tho grounds. They will hold one hun
dred and twenty-five horses. At the
western end of the grounds, and also
in complete readiness, aro tho sheep
and the cattlo sheds. Thoro are five
long pens, which will accommodate iu
all six hundred and eighty animals.
Tho great main building, which is to
occupy tlio middle of tho grounds, will
be 300 feet long by lfiO feet wide. Its
height is to bo 05 feet. Tho seed house,
which is next in sizo to tho main build
ing, stands beside tho poultry houso,
in tho northeast corner of tho grounds.
Its length is 200 nnd its breadth CO
feet. Tho poultry honso is 1C0 bv 50
feet. Both face east and west. Floral
Hall, which also stands to tho cast of
tho main budding, is 100 by GO feet in
dimensions. For tho convenience of
visitors to tlio grounds th'ero is n largo
restaurant m courso of construction to
tho west of the main building.
All tho work so far accomplished has
been done sinco May 1. A force of
one hundred and forty mon was em
ployed. Tho buildings are of yel
low pino and hemlock. Considering
the materials, thoy aro unusually sub-
tantial. Fawn color is to bo tho
prevailing tone iu the decoration of
all the strucluies.
Qrabbim; Land for Qraziug,
Tho Attorney General has been re
quested to bring suits against the fol
lowing persons who havo' unlawfully
tenced in large tracts ot land tor graz
Tho enclosure of W. J. Wilson, con
taining about 40,000 acres of public
lands in Kansas nnd .Nebraska; tho
tfacts fenced by Nichols, Beach A Co.,
Keitli it llcrshey, in .Lincoln county,
Nebraska, containing 1083,31, 1,414,38
and 380,38 aorcs respectively ; tho en
closure of about 5,000 acres of land in
Manoos Canon, Colorado, by John
Whito ; the enclosure of Wober Canon,
Colorado, containing about 0.000
acres, by one Alborson ; tho enclosure
of Chick, Browne & Co., containing
about 30,000 acres, in Colorado i and
tho lirighton Kanch Company s en
closure, containing about 52,000 acres
of land, in Custer county, Nebraska,
Keports havo been received irora
one of tho special agents, showing the'
tencing ot two tracts ot puuho lauds in
eastern Colorado, ono of which con
tains about 720,000 acres and the other
about 8,000 acres.
In tho soveral cases referred to'
fraudulent entries wero made by or at
tho instance and in tho interest of tho
owners of tho ranches of the valuable
tract within the enclosures, and in ono
finon tlin nnvfino atitnrol nrwlm tlia "nrn
" ,r 1' , r ,
emption law, all of tho lands, or nearly
so, upon which their tenco was located,
in the names ot their relatives and em
ployees, many of whom resided in the"
county, and nono of whom ever at
tempted to comply with tho law, evi
dently for thy purposo of preventing
settlers from taking the other lauds
within tho enclosure.
Congress has not taken up too
promptly tho repression of this prac-
tico of lawlessly enclosing nublio lands
with wirn lences tor exclusivo uso as
stock ranges ono of the coolest frauds
ot tlio day.
Ashes for Pruit Trees.
A farmer gives tho result of his ob
scrvntion on the subject. I have nn
orchard of superior apples, of which I
am a great admirer. I discovered ono
spring that several of the trees wero in
n statu of decline, nud upon examina
tion found every tree infested with
vermin of different kinds. I dug tho
turf from around tho trunk of each
tree, and applied half u bushel of
leached ashes iu its place, piling them
up around tho body of eaoh tree. The
improvement in tho orchard soon be
came apparent, nnd I have no doubt if
the same process wero repeated annual
ly, it would be attended with like fa
vorablo results. I exnmiued tho trees
last fall and found all of them clear of
vermin but one, whioh I purposely
omitted npplving tho ashes to. This
leads mo to tho conclusion that nslies
destroy tho vermin, nnd likowlso pro
mote tho growth of tho trees.
A Catskillian 1ms fixed up nn old
Concord coioli, and painted on tlio
sides tho words, "Sally Hoe." As yet
no ono lias told lit nt ot Ins mistake,
nnd tlio velilcle causes intioli merri
ment niuoiig summer tourists.
is nil wonderland to the
is like ii beautiful and
winding lane on either side hrijjht
llowers, beautiful Imttertlies, and
tompting fruits, which wo scarcely
pause to tasto and admire, so eager
nro wo to hasten to an opening which
wo imagine must bo moro beautiful
Vllllt UCHllOIIHttl I
Atk ihe woi cminml phytieiun
Of tiny school, whnt Is (he best tiling In
the world tor quieting nnd allaying nil Irri
tation ot tho nerves, nnd curing all forms
of nervous complaints, giving natural,
childlike refreshing sleep itlwnys ?
And thoy will tell you unhesitatingly
"Sameom of Hop) til"
Ask any or nil of tho most eminent phy
"Whnt Is tho best and only remedy Unit
can ho relied on to cure all diseases of tho
khlnoy. and urinary on-nns 1 such ns
Wright's dlscnsc, diabetes, retention, or In
ability to retain urine, nntt nil the diseases
and ailments peculiar to Women"
"And they will tell you explicitly nnd
cinnlmtlcallv "WuciiW "
Hence when tliesoremollc.i nro combined with
olJ5iran?Knrinio Hop nittcr. Hum
which Hw varied In Hh unoratlons that no ilis-
oaso or 111 health enn ponlbly nxl.it or rosl-t Its
power, niui yet 11 n
ilarmlcs for tho most trail wonun, wo.1ko.4t In
valid or smallest chllil 1 1 use.
Ask the snmc physicians
What Is tho most rcltillilo and surest
curcfornll liver diseases ordyspepsliij con
stipation, Indigestion, biliousness, malaria
fever none, iVc," mm tiiey win ten you 1
Mmlrake I or Dindelion I I 1 "
"Almost dead or noarly dying"
Forycnra, nud given up by physicians, of
IJrlght's nnd o'lier Kidney diseases, liver
complaints, severe coughs, called constimp-
Hon. linvo been cured.
JVomen gone nearly crazy lilt
From ngony ot nuitrnlgln, nervousness,
wakefulness, and various diseases peculiar
reoplo drawn outot shapo fron excruciating
lllluus Ul 1 lluulllllllsul.
iiiiiutiiumiur iuiu uiiiuu.,
orsullcrlng from scrofula.
Saltrhcuin. blood nolsonlnir. dvsocnsla. lndlKOS-
tlon, nnd In tact, almost all diseases frull"
Nature is noir to
nuiuru is nyir vu ....
Havo been cured by Hon Hitters, proof ot which
in bo found In every nclzhboliood In tho known
can bo found in every nclghbom
8i"-.vono eenu now thout nouncn 01 erocn iiops
on tho wiutolabjl. Shun all tho vile, poisonous
stuff with "Hop" or "HopV'ln their name.
tin AflkNCY OK
W1I.KY A; HU8SKLI.S
LAllOH HAVING TOOLS
Head (jaurtere tor
Nails nnd Wat; on
Makers' nnd lltnck
US Franklin Ave, nl.so
warerooms ill Frank
lin Ave, mid no cen
may 23 ly
CIIOOL HOUSE LETTING.
Tho school directors of Jackson townshln wll
rrclvo proposals for building a new school liouso
near Heir's store, on tho premises, on Satunl ly,
July ltltli at 3 o'clock p. m.
juiji-;w - jjy oruer oi uireciors.
ESTATE OP 11AKHIET VANLIEW, EKCEASEH.
Letters testamentary In tho cstato of Harriet
Vanllow, lato of orange townslilp, Columbia
county, Pennsylvania, havo been grunted by Keg
lster of said county to tho undersigned Adminis
trator. All persons having cUlms against the es
tate to present them for settlement, nnd thoso In
to tno estato to mako payment to tho un
derslgned without delay.
A. C. VANMHW.
juiy 4 o w
ESTATE OP E. T. FIELD, DKCE18KP.
Letters of administration on tho estato nt Ii T.
Field, late of Centralla, Columbia county, renn
sylvanla,havo been granted by tho lteglster ot said
county to tho undersigned Administratrix. All
nersons navimr claims airJinsi. ino csinio oi mo
ueccascu are ruiiucsu-u iu iiii-scia uicm iur hciiiu-
meni, nnu moso inueuica to ino e.sraio 10 inaKO
Iiayment to tho uudertlgned admlulstratilj: with
.llltS. BAl.U.Ml. JIHAUUAW,
.no. n'J menmonu st,
July 4-6 w
'TAINWItiqilT & CO.,
tkas. sYiturs, coffee, sua ah, molasslh
BICI, SrlCES.'OICAlll) 80DA.&C, &0.
N. K. corner Second and Arcblstreets.
nordors will receive prompt nttontln
ORNAMENTAL IRON FENCES,
OF CAST CIt WROUGHT IRON.
Tho tollmvmg shows tho nckct nothle, ono of
l'nr Tinaiitv and Durabllltv thev are unsu mass
ed. Set up by experienced hands and warranted
Prices and speoimons of other
signs sent to any address.
S1. m. HESS
Chios Rheumatism, Lnm
bnc'o, LamoBack, Sprains and
Erqiscs, Asthma, Catdrrh,
Coic2ia, Colds, Soto Throat.
Diphthoria, Burns, Frost
Blios, Tooth, Ear, and Head
ache, and all pains and aches,
Tlit tlt Intttiut tn.l it-mil' remcdjr In Uk
woil.lj Ever liulllt k'uauntciJ. S&MVy ta-dlrin-il.atff,
tuciyfth'it. DiKctl&Dl U tlgtil ltguieht
file yt (cnu fend Iiao.
rOSTCR, MILDURN 6. CO., Prop'rl,
rurPALo, k. Vm u- s. v
$1.50 A YEAH.
K3TATR OF JACOn HONS, &KCKA8RP.
Thn llhiUrvlirnoil Anilllnr nnnnlntfxl hr tho Or-
pliant Court ot Columbia county by agreement of
'.mil's, in innKo insiriDiiiion oi inn niium in mu
nnd of tho ndmlnl-trntor to nnd unoDK tlio car-
tlcs entitled thereto, mil tilt fit his omco In
liloomstmrg uiiMtiinlny, July lit 11 iwi, at U'li
o clock n. in., when nnd whero nil nersons having
claim, against Bald rstnto mint appear nnd prove,
their clnlm or bo debarred from any sliaro of said
(ll;0. K. KLWBI.L,
K8TATK Of' clt AKf.Rfl UATR., DKCKtSin, LATH Of
letters of administration on tho r.lntd of Charles
Haves tlpocnsiil. lato or C!aLwRu. Coliimbl.i
county, lviiniylvanla, deceased havo lioen grant
(Hi by tho Iteglstcr of said county lotho under-Btgn-d'AdmHiUtrator.
All person, having claim-,
niralnat tho osuto of tho decoascil nro requested
to present them tor settlement, nud tho.w Indent
cillo tho citato to onako payment to tlio under
Blitned administrator without delav.
IllinwnA; ltobblns Atty's Adnilntitrntor.
7Xi:OUT01t'9 NO nun.
-.TlTOKSAMl)"I. lltXtlV, UACB VSBD.
lA-lters testamentary In tho cstntoof Samuel
lllmtiy lAtoot Madison township. Columbia coun
ty, IU, deceased hnvlnit brcn yranlcd bythoro
ulster of said county lo t ho nnilirslirned u.iocutor.
All liorsoiis linvlni? claims ngnlnst tliocstnlo of
said iloeeddiit am ropnstol t prowut tho simo
for settlement nnd those Indebted to tho cstnlo to
mako payment w Ithout del iv.
LKVI 1). OKIOUU,
Wnslilnslonvlllo, Stontour county, l'n.
Juno 5 1891. Juno ls-nw
ESTATE OF JOHN (ll'l. .., HI!., DEOKASKD.
letters testamentary In tho rstnto of John
Oulnn, sr., lato otcatawlssa. Columbia county,
iu. ilecoased. havo been t;rnntod bv tho ItcirUter
otsnld county lotho undersigned oxecutor. All
persons navniff claims ngainsi, saui rsuiiu tiru iu
ftuestpd tn nmso.nt them for settlement, nnd thoso
Indebted to tho samo to mako payment to tlio un
dersigned w Ithout delay.
Jun so-cw Kxccutor.
jJOriCK TO TKAOIlErtS.
Tho Dlrcctora of IUoom school District will uoia
ini.fitintr onN.itiinlavovnT.Iulv l'int which timo
tho teachers and Janitors for tho ensuing year will
bo selected. All applications, to receive consider
ation, must bo handed to tho -cerotnry on or be-
foro that nay. i'i;tku iu.-mkm,
OHOOJj 110USK LETTLNU.
Tim 111 reel nrs of Hemlock School Dlstilct will ro-
cclvo bids for bulldlnir n new school houso for said
dl-trlct, on Saturday July loth at tho school
hoUMi in uucKiiorn, at a o ciock p. m. i iaus nuu
speculation can lie seen nt 0. II, Dlctertck's ho
tel. At tho samo time tlio old school houso will bo
onerwl for saio. ny orucr oi Directors.
Bloomsburg School District
Far tlii'.Ytiiir EiiiIIiik Junn 2,
Tnx rate 7 mills on t'io dollar valuation for
school purpo-cs, and 2 mills for bulldlnir purposes.
M. C. WOODWAUD, COI.LKCTOll.
To am't of duplicate iNtl-'si irnou ot
bal on duplicate lssj M sos m
Ily exonerations on dup. I88i 18S.1
less commission in
' oxoncratlons on dun. 1883-'81 li 5 si
"amount paid Treasurer 07 5i! l
" tier cent com. on J740I 01 14S OH
"om'tduodls'tondup lSSJ-fll 1335 Oil 8378 4(1 -
STEPHEN KNOI111, TUKAS.
To ain't from former Treasurer Of .11
" nm 't rrom collector u,53 in
" nm't from stato nrnronrlatlon WJ fin
" Tuition Thoinis Methcrcll 7 00 7SM 10
Dyamtordersred'm'dforl8S.l-'8l 58S.1 Oi
ainx coupons pu run uu less
stato tax 12 I'M off 80S 80
I)y nm't llonds Nos4T, 48, 40, paid, 1100 00
inions.iniQirora.iiuy i, iksi
till redeemed less stato tax 35 31
By Treasurer's commission on
17357 70 (.4 S PCr cent 147 10
Dy balance In Treasurer's hands 21 IS 7520 10
building; fund account
To tax levied for bulld'c purposes IWll 91
uaiuucc uuu iroui lonucr couiT -uu xi
19 U 01
Ily nmt pd for f 3G3. coupons.
nix on fi -u j5 ci
1 threo bonds redeemed 1100 00
1 Interest, on samo from July 1, 1833
till redeemed, less tax 35 31
ny amt pd o T Wilson Kx-Treosurer
duo lor bal coupons paid by him 51 00
llv Treasurer's commission 20 vt
Collector's commission 8.1
exonerations on duplicate '83-81 10 13
bal duo on duplicate 'S3 '81 373 US
SCHOOL FUND ACCOUNT.
To nmt levied for school purposes Of 07 71
uint. ono rrom rormer collector 4 s vi
amt due from former treasurer 37 31
nmt stato impropriation
amt tuition froinT Jlethcrell
Ily nmt paid 10 teachers 4500 00
' ami. puinvjaniiurs w w
" amt paid 2 Janitors during
holidays 10 00
" amt paid for publishing
statement and nrlntini: 53 50
Dy nmt paid llloom Water Co 12 00
nmt. paiu sunnry persons lor
clcanlns: bulldlnirs 37 fij
Ily amt paid auditors 3 Ul
" ami. jiu v rsuai & iiru., cuai vu
" nuit pd .las C Sterner, wood 2 (Hi
" nmt pd l'rcns llrown, (Insurance) 80 25
" umt pd o A Jacoby btono for
pavement 101 01
llv umt paid for repairs 325 til
SIlllDlieS 41 Ml
Ily additional exoneiutlous on
iiuiiucato n.1 less cum iu no
Uy exonerations on duplicate
&i ni y; -i
" Collector's commission 118 a.1
" Treasurer's commission 117 2n
" llalanco on dunllcato '81 '81 US1 08
" " In Treasury 21 18 7210 33
STATEMENT OF BONDS OUTSTANDING
No. 50. Bond Issued to Freas
llrown. duo Oct. l. '81
5 0) 203 00
12 50 612 50
12 50 512 50
5 00 '203 00
12 50 612 60
12 50 512 50
12 50 612 SO
12 50 513 50
11 00 211 00
2 50 103 50
2 50 103 50
S 50 103 60
13 50 613 10
13 00 612 50
5 00 205 00
2 50 103 50
5 U) 205 00
2 60 103 50
Int from .Ian 1 '81 to Juno 1 '81
No. 61 Bond Issued to Silas
Conner, uue Oct l. 'Hi
Int from Jan l '81 to June 1, '81
No. W. Bond Issued to silos
Conner, uue uci l. 'i
Int from Jan l '81, to Juno I '81
No. 53. Bond Issued to Froas '
llrown. uue Oct l. '83
Int from Jan l '81 to Juno 1 'SI
No. 51. Bond Issued to Silas
Conner, uuo ocii.issi
Int from Jau 1 '81 to Juno 1 '84
No. 55. Bond Issued to Silas
Conner, uuo occ l. '85
Int from Jan l "81 to Juno 1 '81
Na Ml. Bond Issued to Moycr
jirus. uuo juiv i. itvrn
Int from Jan l '81 to Juno 1 '81
No. 57. Bond Issued to David
Mroup, uuo July l, ibsu
Int from Jan l 111 to Juno 1 "81
No. 58. Bond Issued to Creasy
urown, uuo. m ly l, lHt-u
Int from July i '83 to Juno l "81
No. 50. Bond t 'sued to Creasy
& Brown, duo July 1 1880
Int from Jan 1 'SI to Junu 1 'SI
No. GO. Bond Issued to Luzeltu
(.'rcasy, duo July l, lssa
Int from Jan l '81 to Juno 1 '81
No. oi. lloul Issued to DnWd
Stroup, duo July l, isst
Int from Jan i "81 to Juno 1 Ul
No. 02 Bond Issued to D.ivld
stroup, duo July l, ins I
Int from Jan 1 Vi to Juno 1 !
No. 01. Bond Issued to David
Stroup, duo July 1, '87
Int from Jan l '81 to Juno 1 '81
No. oi. Bond Issued to Creasy
llrown, duo July 1, '87
Int rrom Jan 1 '81 to Juno l '81
No. I, Bond Issued to K. II.
Brown, duo July I, w
Int from Jan l '81 to Juno l 'St
No. iiO. Bond Ksunl to J. J,
Browor, duo July l, w
Int from Jau 1 '81 to Juno 1 SI
No. 07. Bond tssucd to It. W.
Smith, duo July l, '87
Int from Jan 1 '81 to Juno 1 "81
BondcU Indebtedness "5011 50
Cash duo fiom collector 11355 Wl
" " " Treasurer 21 is
' ' " C. W. Kes 120(10
" " for Tuition 84 ()
Tax duo from couiml-islons 6143
llonds and Interest to .luno I, '81 5013 DO
Secretary's Halary is3-'81 Win.
nriuKu.uuii lau uu
Secretary's salai y 188-I-'8I Jas.
C, llrown 125 00 59)8 50
Actual Indebtedness 1-1313 03
JAS. C. llllOWN, O. T WILSON,
Tho underslgueil Auditors having cxainlued tho I
atxivo accounts and statements with tho ivouchcrs
as pi-chcnicu uy ino -t reasurer unu ,iue samo cor.
reel unu apururou tnereor.
I'. 1). DKNTI.KIt, AiniitnoL
ciiAS. it. nousi:L,Auaitora-
Plumber and gas utter. Bear of Schuyler's liarA-
All kinds nt llttlogsforhteam, gas and water I
pipes coiisiaiuiy uuuuiiu.
Hoofing and spouting nttendodto at short no-1
Tinware of overy description mado to order.
Orders left nt Schuyler 45 Cou, Uardwaie store
win uu prompiiy iiuuu.
special attention given to lioatlng by steam and
PORTUGAL GRAPE WINE
UNIK1imi;nti;ii ukapk juiuk.
Used lnllio principal Churches for Communion.
Excellent for ivmalcs, Weakly Persons nnd tho
tSpcer's Port Gnipo Wine!
FOUR YJMBS OLD.
'MIIIS CKLHIIUATKI) WINK Is tho ptiro Jutco of
I tho dead rlpo oporto drupe, raised In Hpccr's
vineyards. Us Invaluable,
Tonic and Strengthening Properties
niomnitriiassed by any oilier Wine. llclnR pro
duced under .Mr. bpecr's own personal supervision,
Us purity mid srcnulncnpss, nro KUarnntecd by tho
piliii lpal Hospitals and lloardsof llcalthwhohavo
examined It. Tho younircst child may partake of
it, and tho weakest Invalid uso It to ndvnntnire.
It Is particularly bcncllcl.il to tho nircd nnd
debilitated, and suited to tho vailous ailments that
uuuci ino wcaKi-r sex.
ii is in overy respect A WINK TO llBHr.I.IED ON.
Spser's UnformantBd Qrapa Juico-
Is tho lulec nf Ihfl flnmtn flrnnr, nrpanrvrwl tn
Us natural, fresh, sivcut state as It runs from tho
pres.) oy iuiiiu.uion, inercuy upstroying tho exci
ter of fermentation. It Is nerfocllv num. fnn
from spirits and 111 keep In any climate.
Is a dark rich medium llrv Winn imml liv tho
wealthy classes 03 n Table or Dinner Wine, nnd by
Physicians Incases wherj a dry wlno Instead of a
sweet port Is desired.
Spsot'a (Socialite) Olaret.
Is held In hlorhCstlmatlon for lt.q richness ns n
Dry Table Wlno especially suited for dinner use,
Speer's P. J. Shorry.
Is n wlno of superior Character and partakes ot
tho rich qualities of the i;rapo from which It Is
Speor's P- Ji Brandy.
IS a I'UIin distillation from tho crane, nnd
stands unrivalled lu this Country lor medicinal
II liiiu...n.ill..fl.,rn. dImII.. tr flint nf Mm
grapes froinwUlch It Is dfstllled,
Seo that tho sltfiiaturo of ALl-'iiKI) srKEll, l'as-
salo N. .1., Is over tho coik of each bottle.
SOLD BY O. A. KLEIM.
AND UY DIlUntJISTS BVfiltVA'UEltE.
To sell Nurbcry Stock for tholllooker Nurseries.
EstauiMied iK-n. Liberal sai.aicv ami
i,K..hks ipald rcrinanent employment, send
tor terms. it. 11. lluoKI'.lt cu.ill'ANV.
May v.1-9 in ltoclu p.ii r, N. v.
a week ntliomo. 5.00 outfit free. i'ay ab
solutely sure. No risk. Capital not required.
Header, If you want business at which per.
sous of either sex. youm: or old. can mako
great pay all tho timo they work, with absolute
certainty, wrlto for particulars to II. II.uxktt &
Co., Portland, JIulne.
Gives a MORE BRILLIANT SHINE
THAfl ANY OTHER.
IN BOXES WHICH PREVENT
SOILING THE HANDS.
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS.
July ll-tw U
Is a typo nf catarrh
having peculiar symp
toms. It Is attended
by an lnilamed condi
tion of tho Uulnirracin.
brnno of tho nustrl s,
aneciiug wiu iimn
An ncrlu mucus Is se
creted, tho illichaigo
Is accompanied with a
nalnful burning sensa
tion. Tlicro am cevera
snasins of bncezin:
freciiicnt attacks of
blinding headache, n
watery and lnilamed
U AY-"EELVE H lay cream Balm Is
a remedy founded on a correct diagnosis ot tho
dlseaso and can bo depended upon. 50 cts. at drug
gists : no cts. by mail. Samplo bottla by mall 10
..I. Vi v llunri. Ou-pin TJ. V.
I rccoinmenu iu inuso smieiuiti iui na.i;i
with Hay lover, Ely's Cream Balm. 1 havo tried
nearly all tho remedies, and give this a decided
prcrcrencu uvur mem uu. ii. iiiujkii;ii. ic mimv
itlato relief. C. T. STururNs, Hardware Merchant,
Ithaca, N. 1. Juno ao-i w
GKAV't) HI'GCII'IC MCDICINIi,
TRADE1 MARK TUB GREAT KNd-TR ADE MARK
M31I ItEMEUV. All
uofaUlng cure for
that follow as a
bequenco of Belt
Abusoias loss of
RtrORF Tirisokii I.issl tude.ftfTER TAKING
Pain In tho llact. Dimness ot VUlon, Premature
Old Ago, nnd mauy other diseases that led to litsa.
nlty or Consumption and a Premature (irnve.
llKwuiK ot adveriueinents to refund money,
when druggists from whom tho medicine Is bough!
ao 'of ivuml. but refer you to tho minufaciur
p.a nmi thn niinlrements nro such that the
aro teliloin, 1ever, compiled with. Seo their writ
ten guarantee. A trial of ono blnglo package of
uray s apeciuu win uuuviuuu iuu muat onv-,j.ivii
Us real merits. , .....
on account ot counterfeits, wo luvo adopted tho
yellow wrappers ino oniyBcuiimu.
-w-piiii iv,rMr.ni!irttlii nur namnhlec. which w
desire to send frco by mall to every ono. tirTho
Sneclflc Jledlclno Is sold by all druggiswat li
nip nneirnim or B nnekaes for 15. or will bo wni rreo
Ly mail on tin receipt of the money, by addressing
Till'. tlUAV ,MKllCl.li , uuuaiu, .1, i.
sold in uiooiusunrg ny nil urugisis.
iilJNT.-I WA."T1!I 1'IIK TIIK I.IVItS OI'
BLAINE and LOGAN
liv cm. Tiun w. Knox, outsellsall others 10 to 1.
Authentic. Imnarfl.il. Completo, tho liet and
tlnllr.-. O V I.IKm ri.vi. avua lino u.i.in .
lu-ppi.iii. tn Al'imiIh. Outilt Free. FrtluM mU
... ...... . , .: ...... m in d .nir.iN. ,
.launw he mm uiu iniriiMrH i iiu.i.iDuH .....
Hartford, conn. Juno 37-1 w. u
"wanted for Tho I.lvosof all tho l'rcsl
'.li-nmni llin 11. H. Tlio l.irirest. hand
i-totnosl Uui iKiok ever sold for less than
twica our unco, i no rastcai, beiuni
iKxik In America, lininenso pi-nrlts to agents. A
I intpni'j-i.nt.ni'niiln u-uutlL Anvnnocan becomo
Biiccessiui agi'in. icrnis iri-e, iiAi.i.nri nuim u,
i-oriiaiiu; Jiuinu. uvu si-iy
NEW BUGGIES ! !
C , AT5
FllOJl SS.I.OO TO SI 25.00.
MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP
Juuo 27-1 w
0011,11023, WHWAB.1X, IX. J.
100 students from 1'enusylvnnU tn 18S.1. Mors
positions graduates than nit other schools com.
uiui-u. i.iiu rnoinrsiiip, fin, wnio for circulars.
vuL.n..HAa , i-almis, iTopnetora.
Juno 13-4 w r
ALL KINDS OF JOB PltlNTINW
AT THIS OKFICii.
is mi mmwmm
FINE INLAID FUENCII WALNUT CASE 0IIGAN, 9 STOPS, $90 0A8U.
Easy TcrniM. SatlMTactlou Guarautoed,
iJA-OOlST'S JPXA.1STO "W-A.S.B ROOMS,
MUSIC HALL BLOCK, M XIOIES-B AB.R.B, -PA
qrand WORD CONTEST!
KMXUTAIM.NG AMI INKTIilrlTI VK lAHTIU I.AHCKI.V INritKABEl MJMUEUS OV
MAUMFltK.ST AM tOMLV 1'JtKMlUMei GlVt.N.
O-i ItH to tbi crett luecen or our former WorJ Cooteit, whioh ciplrid Mj lit, tnl tbt 0107 rtqntiti of ptriooi
bo uur offr two ltto to eompott, wt coueludtfil to otter lb fullowioi tntiblbetel iirtliati to tbi partoni tutkloi
ul tbt lirgcit Uitsof word rrom tbt Icttcn oomprliluf tb words t
"USE DAY'S SOAP ONLY."
11. Holla Hold watch 1 trertA ftiuo
Sd. Muim fiin t t and SuWcr.... l0
Brd. lllHiiiunu r.iir-rlnK4 .., Tu
4lli. I.udy'-llold VViilrb r0
6th. Mvnl'- IHumDnd Scarf lU lea
I la. iuiiciniuuu.u.c.,ia i.iu,,i wfawc, ki
Vot tbt nckUit Hit with ftweit trron, proilJtd tbt Hit bubilf tbt numttrof words of tbt kljttit coapitltor
Tint, All 1Uti matt bt full r'PIi to) bj two c'cot tttmp for return poittct, ft ilitcmeot tbtl yo
rt ailof Ir V'rt tOAl' la lour finlly. ntmi nJ kldrrii of trooer from whom roil buj It, DHQibir of wcrdi lu llit.
tail four dui r,J iviire, nil to bo written on ono tbttl ot pirr, lepirott front lilt.
fleoouj, WorJi nmt U written plli.J, number el, ad nlpbibottcollT nrrniel. Tbt blogrtrhUkl nimti, ntmtl of
fiellda, Hcrlpluro t-roprr ntinei, niudirn cvoirapbkal Dn,t, and ChrUtltn ntoiei, muit bt eltfled leinntilr.
Tblrd. Oolj wordi Tuund tn Webitcr'a or U'oreeiter diction- admitted 1 tbli will Intludt anj word from tba tint
to tbe lait wltb tbt tietpilon of prttliei and auflliei at aeparatt word aud obaolttt word) 1 werdi of taut iptlllnt.
but JltTtrent tuanlng4, to bt mod but onet,
fourth. Plural of all word! admitted tiaepl Moeraphloal nantl, natnei of flellon, Serlptnrt proper namei, modem
I Mfraphlcal oanua, and Cbrltllan nanii, but aiwitroiifiri dnotln poiaeMlrt cait or otbrrwlu tot admitted.
fifth. No wordioDtloale tbt letlera oonprlilnit thim art contained In, VK IIAY'H bUAl U.NLY. that
U, anr wold barlm orer 1 A'i, I B, 1 1. I 0 1. 1 P, S 8 1, 1 U, 1 N, 1 L. 1 Y i, will bo tbrown out. '
Blilh. All lliu muit bo tn bj Oeeerabfr lit, and tbt rremluma win bt awarded Dta. :0tb.
Herenth. t'remlunt will bt ilren la rotation acordl&f to tho lareit Una of worda.
r.i(iitut 1.1m wiiii nut u acut in roue, dui pq in
Kloth. Uallor tend lliti to our New York Ufflpo, lio-i
Tbt 1A V'N e0 A V LatUen larfd; aold by Wholtialt
whrrerer fta merit art known It en Jot unbounded
n-any hundred letter from wrwni la oar former ton ten, com plain luc that their frocer dlt not keep IAV'f iop,and
lo many Imtaooea refuted Bally to lupply their cuitotjicri with It not ooly land In f la their own Ucbl. but dwint u
treat Injmtlet. It la to bo hoped, aud It U alio our deiire, that eonteitanta will uio erery effort to hart lb fir frorrra
tuewi. wu m mj wiiiiiu, w win, du rwipm i.wi, wrwara 10 any art v tut I'OUM Htatea, ait Of
WUlilrrl lllvrr, eipren pre aid, lOoakei, Iniludlnc thret of our liraulifully f.mln-nt fiotort Card.
Tho 1Y'H Ar, ti tbt pureil ai ben aoap madt. l It u y..u hart no Uolllnj, Bcaldlof.or Hard Butblnr.
It uvea labor, fuel, aud clothe. Wo will f -rfell f50U If tb I N HO A I doei not do all wD elahn for It If ued i tht d.
T-etlniHartrl",n n tbtwrapwr, Itcautlfuliy kmboiwd Ploturo Card of many dlfftrr ntdfI(n elrto. Manufactured br
ii w nticK, int, ibo, nut, ncu i mi iionn Br, k n, im, iftr, b uei wattiaug f., ruVi",? ',
Juno 13-13 w
W. R. TUBBS, PROPRIETOR
Ol'i'OSI TB COUHT IIOUSK.
Largo anil couvenlant s unplo room1!, ll.itli ronma
Uot ana colli water, ami ull moilern convculencca
orrosira 1. a 11 pei'dt,
Fred Boycr, Prop.
TUo travelling pulillo nnd visitors to Berwick aro
rcspectf illy lnfurineil that tlio umlei-blguul liaa
taken tlio aboio ol-l ebtiiMUlied llccnnul hoiw,
wlilcli lie lias recently lllleil up In nnt clam btylo
anil lie om-ra accninmoilatloii) equul to any.
Tlio bar Is siippllea wltli tin) cuolrou nleo, wlnos,
lKjuora and clgarn,
Good Stabling Accommsdations.
May v 3m
S. .-" I ( I.I '
n o r riurA
Vor tho Celclirnteil Clilckeilng, Ivors &
l'niul, and Vosoit Son I'lnnos. Wnrlil-ro
nownetl Estey ()rg..n. Violins, Aecorileons
niui Sheet Musie. Celebrated White, New
High Arm Davis, New Home, Iluynl St.
John, ami Light Humilng Domestic, Sewing
Machines. Needles, oil anil attachments
for nil makes of Sowing Machines.
Nth. Frntt SUnd. Klcb, Hint or lmt.tr Oltii
th. TrU-a.Tte Art, I lltcti. Ktltr imUr
1(1 Hi. licit Cu.ttr, Cb,,iJllnan
1 llli. lie I'lli'lirr,Mli.,( U.,d Doublt Wtlltl
Km. t aber-iuiia, i ntita taa uoia Linca
1 8lh. t'rult r-Und, VM CJ11I Cut UUI
Kraia fflreet.or our Philadelphia Offlet. ITM Howard Btreet.
aud Retail Uroceri ihrooihaut tbt rolled Utalei ror no jean,
tmnolarliT. Natviihiiknii-.- ih.. r.At k.. .i..I
Tlio most popular reaort on tlio susnueiianna
lUver U tlio Wapwttllopcn Valley Hotel. Wnuwal
lopco, Ltucrno Co , l'n,
j, W. MH, Fioite.
TliU liouso has Ken tnorougmy rcnovalea and
U lilted up with every convonloncoa for Ira.
velers, tourists, Hunting nnd rMilng partlin. It Is
delightfully bltuated lu tlio midst ofn beautiful
hection ot river and mountain scenery In closo
proximity to tlio famous
nnd spoel.il inducement, aro otrored to all who
iteslru recreation combined with ilrst class ao
uiintnoilatlons. Tlio bar uuppllodonly wltb tlio
cliolcest wines and liquors, excellent stablo ac
coimnodatlous, boats tu lilro 4.0.
Send klx centa for postage, and re
ceive free, n costly box of gooda which
lui nrii uu ui uiuru tuuney right
unaj iiuiu uiijiiiiUKUItwlll iuii world.
All, ot cither box, succeed from tlrbt hour. The
bio.nl road tofortuno opens before tho workers
absolutely sure. At once address, Tbcb li Co,, All.
guta, Mulno. DeoiiMy '
' V Vf
RAXXiROAD TllVin 7 AXILS.
Pennsylvania Railroad. ,
Philadelphia & Erio R. R, Divis
ion, and Northern Central
In cHLct May 13th. 1881. Trains lenvo Sun-
n.i.i a. m.. sea hhora r.xnress fdallv excent
Sunday), for Hnrrlsburg and Intel niediatu stnl loint,
nrilvlngat Philadelphia 3.16 p. in. ; NeivVoik,
asop. in. ; llnltlnioi-e, B.10 p. m. Washington,
0.50 p. m connecting at Philadelphia lor nil hen
Mioru points, iinuuu jiasseuger cuaen iu
s.(Kip. tn. Day express (dally), for Harrlsburg
and Intermediate statlons,arrlvlng nt I'litladelphla
o p. m. j Piew iurK, ju.-.u p. in. ; jiaiuinoro
eon. in. : Washington. 8.4a n.m. Parlor ca
through to Philadelphia nnd passenger coacho
through to Philadelphia and llaltlmorc.
B,a) p. in. v iiuniiispori Accoramouation uiauy
for Harrlsburg and all liitcrinedlato stations, nnlv
lnirat l'lilladelnhlaoioa. m. : New York 0.10 a. in.
Weeping car accommodations can bo secured nt
llarilsburg for Philadelphia und New York, on nun
days atluougli Bleeping cur will bo run; on this
train irum liuainsp i. iu i'jiiiaueiiiiiia.i'niiaueipnin
passengeiu can lemaln In sleeper undisturbed until
3.30 a. rru nri Jiau (daily except Monday)
for llarilsburg nnd intermediate stations,
arriving at Philadelphia 7.W a. m. New York,
11JJ0 a. m. ; llaltlmoro 7.40 n. m. ; Washington, H.t.0
n.m. Through lnillraan sleeping cars aw run on
this train to Philadelphia, llaltlmoro nnd Washing,
ton, and through passenger coaches to Philadel
phia and llnltluiorc.
6.150. in. Erio Stall (dally except Sunday), for
Erio and all liitcrinedlato btatlons with thioiigh
Pullman l'alaco car nnd through passenger
coaches to Erie, nnd through Pullman l'alaco
cars to Ilurrnlo via Emporium. On Sundays this
train runsto Hcnovo, wllh Pullman l'alaco car to
Wllllams-port and passenger coaches to lienor o.
for Cauandalgua and liitcrinedlato stations,
Rochester, UurfaTonnd Magara Fulls, (dally except
Sundays) wltuthiough Pullman l'alaco car and
passenger coaches to liochestcr.
10.15 News Express (dally except Sunday) for
Ixick Haven and Intermediate btatlons. on Sun
days this train runs only lo Wllllamsport.
1.10 p. m. Niagara Express (dally except Sun
day) for Kano uud Intermediate stations Willi
through passenger coaches to Kane. l'or Cauan
dalgua and pilnclpal lnteimcdlalo sUUlous,
Rochester, llullalo and Niagara Falls with
through passenger coaches to liochestcr und Par
lor car to waikius.
6.25 p. m. Fast Lino (dally.except Sunday)for 11c
novo and lntcrmedlato btatlons, und Eliulro, Wut
klns nnd lntcrmedlato btatlous, w 1th tluough pas
senger coaches to lteuovo and Wnlklns.
TllltOUOII TRAINS FOUSUNUUHY FROM TUB
EAST AND SOUTH.
News Express leaves Philadelphia 4.30 a. m. j
Harrlsburg, B.10 a. in. dally, arriving nt sunbury
Niagara Express leaves
Philadelphia, 7.40 a. in. ; Baltimore 7.00 a. m. (dally
except Sunday) nrrlMng nt Sunbury. 1.10 p. in.,
with through Parlor car from Philadelphia
and through passenger coaches from I'litladel
phla and llultluiore.
Fast Lino leaves New York aoo a. m. j Philadel
phia, 11.10 a. m. ; Washington, 0,40 a. in. ; Haiti
more, io.oj n. in., (dally except Sunday) ai riving a
sunbury, 5.20 p.m., with through passenger
conches from Philadelphia and lialilmorc.
Erie .Mall lea; esNciv i ork 8.00 p. m. j Plilladol
phla, 11.20 p. in. ; Washington, luiop. in. ; Haiti
moi-c, 11.30 p. in., (dally) airlvlngat sunbury 0.1
a. m., Willi tluough Pullman Sleeping cars
from Philadelphia, Washington and llaltlmoro nnd
through passenger coaches Irum I'litladelphla.
Sleeper frum Washington runs dally except sun.
MINIUJKV, IA.I,1:T0N As WIl.KENIIAItltK
KAII.UOAK AM) MIRTH AND WEST
(Dally except Sunday.)
Wllkesbarro .Mall U-acs sunbury lo.son. m.,
arrHIng at llloom l'cny n.27 iu in., WUkes-bano
12.15 p. ill.
Express East lenes Sunbury B.35 p. m., arriving
at llloom l'erry 0.00 p. m.. Wllkes-barru 8.0.) p. tn.
sunbuiy .Mull leaes llkesbarre icon u. m. urrlv
lng at llloom Feiry l'.'.ui p. m., hunbuiy 12.55 p. in.
Expiess West leau-s Wllkes-bari0 2.45p. in., ar
riving at llloom Feiry 4.15 p.m., sunbury 6.10 p.
CHAS. li PUOII, J. R. WOOD,
Ueu. .Manager. oen. Passenger Agent.
pHILADELl'UA and BEADING KOAD
ARUANQKMENT OF TASSENGFIt
TK1INS LHAVS H0PKKT AB KOI.lOHBlSDNllAV
For New York.I'hlladolphla.Ueiilng.I'oiti.vira
Tamuqun, ic, 11, M u. in.
For Catawlssu, ll.W x. in. il.U and 10.BH p. m.
For Wllllaraaport.il.sj 11,43 a. m.anil 4,ij p. ni
For Lcwlsburg and bunbury, l.dc p. in.
TiuiMaroa norKUT I.XAVH as youjjWH, (sondv
Leavo Now York, via. Tatnao.ua 9,00 n. tu. aim
via. liound Brook llouto T,45 n, tn.
Iavo Philadelphia, 9,M) a. m,
Lonvo U'eadlng, 11,63 u. tn., rotisviMe, li.Si j. i,
Olid Tamaqua, 1,35 p. in.
Leave CatawteBa, 0,00 1MB n. in. ana 4,oo p. m.
Leave WlUlam8port,,48a,ia.4.05p.in. nncc.io t. m
Leave sunbury l.ig p. m.
" Lowlsburg 4.1) p. m.
Passongera to and from Phllalolpnta go tbrouu
withoutcbango ot cars.
J. K. WOOTT1.N,
r, n n.T General Mawer ,
C. O. IIANOOCK,
General I'assonger and Ticket Agent.
Jan, 10, 1881 tf.
JQELAWAUE, LACKAWANNA AND
P.m. p.m. n.m.
.-, m ii jii
9 IU 1 UU
8 48 1 !IO
8 40 1 13
S3.I 1 113
8 !i7 1 00
8 Its K 55
8 II IS 51
8 l'. 13 48
8 US l'. II
8 08 12 41
8 0-1 111 W
S'J 14 U3
7 M 13 30
7 60 13 Sll
7 .11 13 111
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7 UO 10 37 3 SO
7 U3 10 41 3 31
7 13 10 48 3 33
7 SI 10 tO 3 45
7 47 11 10 3 67
7 5.1 11 10 4 0.1
8 00 11 S3 4 10
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8 10 11 30 4 10
8 14 11 43 4 3J
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8 38 11 6.1 4 3D
8 31 11 51 4 43
8 30 13 03 4 41
8 63 13 SO 5 05
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.... Cameron,. ..
a.m. p.111. p.m
W. F. HALSTK.U), Supt
omco, Rcranton, Feb. 1st,
tuffe, Staml '.mlor EXCHANGE
lAliftb'inniH8,,118 XXmal 1'lHMT.CLAbS
UAItlllilt 81101'. Ho roapectfully solicits tho
WsollouiitoinoHnia of tho publlS
PEBODY HOTEL. "
uth St. south ot Chestnut, ono bnuaro bouth ot
st8S. ?'!'c?l "M sauao iin Wulimt
newly furnished. ' " "
W. Pxiyuc, M, B.,
nov 30-1 y
Owner 4; Proprietor.
li&ivfi-ff. Vi?ft. ii. K1
WantPti Man".y,a?!err n every county in tlila
I.IIIII) AAIS1CH. I xpor illicil lnthu busl.
Ths 0. L. Van Diisan Nursery Co,,
(IKXKVA, X. Y.
Yf'il,.u52? lJure'' tstabiisucdisao.
Also stock at wholesale.