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KUlUAr, JANUARY 30, 1885.
Correct Itullroiul Tliuc 'ruble.
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(1:30 a. lu.
4:lM p. in.
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:r:05a.in. 8:38 a.m.
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0:3(1 n. m. lisl ir
The StfS ft. m. train connects at Northumberland
with IheiUJ train ou Pennsylvania road.ieachlug
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1 lii'a at il oi?p m llullcrt reaching finiadel
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Tlio 4.30 p. in. train connects with Pennsylvania
ml at rtoruiumuoruul at s.o p. m., and icaches
I'nlhtdelpiita at U:u3 a. in.
Trains on the N. W. 11. Hallway pas3 Moom
1I:7 a. m.
li.HU p. III.
12.01 p. m.
4.15 p. in.
Clulj Ilutes lor 1885,
A OIIASOK TO (lur TUB BEST DEMOOIIATIO
I'Al'Jtll IN THE OOOXTHT.
Tlio New York World Is acknowledged
to bo tho leading Democratic paper In tlio
United Sliitos. Everybody ought to take a
city paper lu addition to a local one. Wi
have made arrangements with tho Weekly
World to club with thu Columuias.
pricu of tho Weekly HVW Is 1.00. On
receipt of $2.20 wo will send tho two pa
pars to any address In tho county, for one
year. Clubs of llvo persons at ono post of'
lice cau get them for $10,00 If ordered at
one time. This 1b a very liberal oiler, and
is made for tho purpose of extending our
circulation uud not because there is any
money in it.
We do not believe in tlio chromo bus!
ncss. All tho county newspapers are pub
llshed at rates so low that the margin ol
profit is very small, and unless all subscri.
hers pay up, tho loss is nearly equal to the
profits. Wo consider that our readers get
tho full worth of their money out of this
paper at SI. 00 a year, and wo cannot af
ford to give every subscriber a gold watch
or a piano, at that price. But we will do
this : Every subscriber who will pay up
All arrearages aud ono year in advance will
receive for ono year, Goocf Cheer, a monthl)
paper devoted to tho Interests of homo and
family, and containing much valuable
rcadiug matter. A sample copy can be
seen at this olllcc. This oiler will stand
only for a limited time, nud all who wish
to get S2.00 worth for $1.00, should attend
to it at once.
Henry Rlnglcr of Philadelphia visited
his brother 11. II. Hlnglcr, last week.
W. 1. Edgar of Scranton is visiting
friends in town.
J. II, llaruuu has gone to a medical In
stitution near Heading, for treatment.
MlssKato Price of Philadelphia Is the
guest of Mrs. It. C. Neal.
Judge El well held court atTuukhannock
last week for Judge slttzer.
ltev. O. 11. Struuck has been visiting
friends In this place during the past week.
He came to bury Atta, a daughter of Frank
A. P. Burbank, February 0th.
O. W. Bertsch will soon move into the
house of T. U, Miller on Third street.
Burbauk and tho Quartette Club at the
Opera House, Friday, February Otli. Wi
Cow for Sale. Very large. Will soon
bo fresh. Apply at the Sanitarium, oppo
site depot, Bloomsburg.
If J. F. S. wishes any attention paid to
his communications he will please give us
his full name. .30 1 4 8
The house and two lots of C. B. Brock.,
way were sold at Assignee's sale last Mon
day toM. G. Hughes for if 2911.00.
Prof. Brooks has returned from the
South, aud will continue his leadership of
tho Bloom band for another year.
According to the Mt. Carmel JNVuy tho
Sunbury Daily has been discontinued for
want of patronage.
$2,400 Wanteu. First mortgage, gilt
edge security. Address P. O. Box 204,
The illuminating apparatus of tho town
clock does not always work. Several
ulghts thu faces of the public time-piece
lmvo becii'slirouded in darkness.
A few goods in tho stationery lino left
yet which will be sold below cost to close
out. Call and see, If you want to savo
money. Elwell & Blttenbeudcr.
The arbitration on Monday between A.
K. Smith and Samuel Brugler of Jersey
town, concerning a water right, resulted lu
an award of ten di liars for tho plaintiff.
Mrs. John Roblusou of EspY, died on
Sunday at the ripe ngo of eighty.fivo years.
She was burled In Hoscmont cemetery on
Dr. It. II. Little of Berwick, died sud
denly on Tuesday while attending a pa
tlent. Ho was uu excellent physician, jand
a leading citizen.
Arthur C. Smith Is publishing u monthly
paper called The Collector, ut Scranton. It
is devoted to tho interests of stamp and
Now that tho old Liberty Bell has left
Independence Hull to start ou tho road as a
museum, we would suggest that efforts be
made to secure its presence at our next
county fair. It would draw better thsn
tho side-shows that do come, or tlio Gov
crnor who promises, but Uoes'ut come.
A fine sample of the skill of William F.
Hodlne as a paper hanger can bo 6teu at
tho Coluuiuax ollico on the walls and
celling. They are decorated In modern
Floresquo Renaissance style, aud tho room
when completed will bo the handsomest
business place lu town.
Tho Mite Society of tlio Lutheran church
lias made arrangements with the Madame
Fry Concert Company to glvo one of their
entertaluineuts la tlio Opera House on
Tuesday evening of next week, Feb. 8d.
Prices of admission 5 and 00 cents. He.
Berved scat tickets on sale at McKlnuoy'o.
A Grand Purlm Charity Calico Ball,
Under tho auspices of the II. V. M. A. for
tho benefit of tho poor of Danville, will bo
held in tho Danvlllu Opera House on Feb.
lOlh. Bubo's Orchestra of 15 pieces, of
Alleutown will furnish tlio music. Admls.
sion tickets, $1.00.
Warren J. Eyer, son of F. O. Eyer,
started for Florida on Wednesday morning,
where ho will go Into orougo culture. Hb
Is a young man of Intelligence and energy
and will no doubt make a success of this
enterprise. He has many frlonds hero who
will regret LU departure to so distant a
On Wednesday of l&st week Charles
Armstrong hauled n two horso load of oro
to Irondalc, which weighed 7478 lbs. This
Is said to ho tho biggest load ever brought
In by one team.
G. W. Sterner has a Btore loom and
dwelling on Main street, and n dwelling on
Market street for rent. Calt on him for
Everything moves 011 as lcgularly and
smoothly ul tho Court House as though no
changes had taken placo lu tho offices. Tho
Commissioners nro all men of good judg.
meut and business qualification?, and this
added lo Mt. Polio's experience, and Clerk
Casey's knowledge of the olllcc, keeps
things moving without a Jar. The people
will have 110 ouuie to regret their selection.
Hon, of llotfon. Tho following pupils
of the Appleman school, Mt. Pleasant
township, Delia llldlny, teacher, hnvo
neither been nhscnt nor tardy during tho
month ending January 10, 18S5 1 Fnnnle
Wnnlch, Lilllo Wanlrh, Lizzie Woll, Lllllo
Wolf, Wllllo McMnhan, Isaac Shaffer,
Chnrle3 Warden, Frank Wolf.
Mr. Geo. Win. Curtis suggests ns to
"woman's rights" that "there is one right
of woman which tho most unreasonable
conservatism will not deny, aud that Is the
right of earning her own living by her own
Industry and skill." This Is apropos of tho
women's exhibit nt Now Orleans, which ho
discusses in tho forthcoming February
A water plug at the corner of Main and
Centre streets burst last Friday night nnd
filled Hie store room of J. F. Caldwell up
lo the level of the pavement, damaging a
large quantity of Hour and olher goods.
Owing to tho frozen ground It was nearly
two hours before tho water could be shut
off from the section in which tlio break oc
curred. Tlio break in tho pipe was found
Saturday afternoon, and all repatrs made
Saturday evening. On Tuesday evening
at a meeting of tlio Waler Company a re
solution was passed to pay Mr. Caldwell
all damages he sustained. Ho was paid on
The Carnival at tho link last Friday
night was largely attended by maskers and
spectators. .Miss Sadie Bates was awarded
the prize for the most elaborate costume,
and -Miss Jennie Hnrman for the most orig.
inal. ham. Bidlemau and Oscar Lowen
berg were the lucky gentlemen prize-tak.
ers. 'Hie baud enlivened the occasion
with their excellent music.
If you wish to enjoy a good conceit you
should not fall to hear the Madame Fry
( oncert Company on Tuesday evening,
Feb. 3d. They gave 1111 entertainment re
cently at Lock Haven and the Daily Demo
crat of that place thus spoke of it:
A large iiudicucc was present Tuesday
night. Tlio widc-spreud reputation of tho
gifted Fry family as finished artists iusurcd
them an enthusiastic reception. The duett
"Mrs. Doctor and Mrs. Proctor," made a
decided "lilt." Tho company are all hard
workers, and nre highly cultured artists,
Tlio Winona benefit will take place at
the Opera House on Friday evening. Feb.
(1th. Sir. A. P. Burbank, the celebrated
elocutionist aud Mimic, has been engaged
and will appear in a number of selections.
Tho Bloomsburg Quartette club, whose
voices have frequently been heard in bene
fit entertainments, havo kindly consented
to render some of their excellent music on
Ibis occasion. The proceeds will go to
wards defraying the expenses of keeping
up the Winona Fire company, and as the
Firemen ask but little assistance from tho
public they should on this occasion receive
liberal patronage. Admission 00, 35 nnd
25. Reserved seats at Molvinney's.
1'iik Piuntuu. The printer, says an ex.
change, is in a disagreeable situation. Ho
trusts everybody, ho knows not whom j
his money is everywhere and lie baldly
kuows where to look for it. His paper,
his Ink, his type, journeymen's Hbor, ills
living, etc., must be punctually paid for.
You have taken his paper, and your child
ren, and your neighbors nnd yourself havo
been amused and informed by it. If you
miss ono paper you think very hard of the
printer. You would rather go without
your best meal than bo deprived of your
newspaper. Have you tnken ns much
pains to pay liim as lie has to furnish you
with his paper. Havo you paid him for
his type, his press and his hard work ? It
you havo not, go nnd pay him right off.
Surprise parties seems to bo quite tlio
rage this week. Flistcame ono on Mon
day evehing ut Mr. H. Young's house, in
which the neighbors presented him with' a
nice spring rocking-clinlr. On Tuesday
evening Mrs. Rebecca Breisch, known as
grandmother Breisch where the neighbors
gathered in nnd spread a sumptuous re
past. Wo wish the o'd lady may live to
lee many Mich days 1 but slio is advancing
to old age, being now in her 85th year. On
Saturday night at Mr. J. Klstler's in which
the neighbors and friends remembered
them with many tokens of their regard.
At this writing we are informed that D.
W. Walter Is lying in a critical condition,
and there is no hopes of his recovery.
Tho Post Office affairs are creating quite
a stir ; but we think that some of the men
who are seeking after it ought to think,
that perhaps there are some who are more
needy and just as competent.
Thu tramp nuisance is upon us in all its
force. We thought that our wise legisla
tors had passed a law upon this subject.
Where is tlio law-enforcing power ?
There will bo pay day upon thu P. &Tf. R,
It. on Feb. 2d which will no doubt gladden
the hearts of many ; if it is only a small
amount lu cotnpuilson to what it had
There will be an entertainment in Ma
sonic Hall by the puplp) of tho public
school on Feb. Oth 1833 for the purposo of
raising additional funds to purchase books
for their reference library, which I under
stand is now upon a firm basis. May tho
good work go on until every school houso
in the land contains 11 first c!.ss li
brary. There lmvo been no changes made In the
directors of tho Calawlssa Deposit Bank
except J. H. Yastlno In placo of Henry
Nothing new aliout thu paper mill af
fairs more than a stoppage caused by the
want of funds.
Tho town seemed lively on Saturday,
caused by the light fall or snow, which
brought tho farmers to town und made the
merchants feel better by several dollars,
Tho township elections are comlug 011
apace, und we think th.it there is not
enough attention paid to tho persons whom
wo select for tho several offices and tho
cousequencu is that we nro ruled by a set
of men, who neither havo property, or care
how much It costs, if they, themselves
only can fill their pockets, and leave tho
propeity owners pay tho bills. Look to
your interests and select men who are pro.
gresslve und economical,
David Winner offers himself us crier ut
COLUMBIAN AJND DEMOCRAT,
A 111 )f ClOHC-tlllt.
I will sell tho cntlro stock of goods for
mcrly owned by Llllcy is Sicppy, of
Uraugcvillc, consisting of dry goods, all
kinds of gioccrlcs, hardware, tpiconswnro,
hats and caps, hoots, shoes, rcady.tnada
clothing, iron, fish, iial's, salt, grain, lum.
her, Ac, strictly at, und below cost. Bui
ter nnd eggs will be taken In exchange for
goods. Now, here Is a chance for big bar.
gains, ns theso goods will bo sold to the
customers nt Just what they cost In tho
cities, nnd tho stock Is complete. Call
early and get the first cliolco ns tho goods
are bound to sell fust upon such terms.
Centre Towimlilp Huiictuy Hcllool
The fiflhincellng of tho CVutro township
. a. Association was held on Saturday,
Jan. lOlh In St. Paul's Lutheran church.
It wn a bold windy day yet the attendance
was goou. uur programme was the short
est ono and the best one that wu have
Thc;Hrst,top!c discussion was tho Inter
national Lessons. Why superior to tho
old plan of Bible study.-r-Tlielr adaption
to tht primary clni-s ns well as older schol-
2. What good could be realized lo our
churches, Sunday Schools and communl
tics by tho formation of Lyceums.
3. Temperance Should it he taught
and how ?
4, What amount should each person
contribute to the cause of the Lord.
The last topic proved the most interest.
Ing and it is to be hoped that much good
was done by its discussion.
We propose holding another Institute
next Juno in the Lime Rldgo Evangelical
A. W. SrBAii,
A Deserved CmuiiliiiiiMii.
Among tho cxtcnslvo general nowspaper
advertisers of tho country, tho firm of
Wells & Richardson, of Burlington, Vt,
occupy a very prominent position. They
expend ovr 100,000 annually, nnd have
done so persistently for several years. Of
courso they havo become immensely rich,
tho almost universal experience of those
who use printer's Ink liberally, judiciously
und peislstcntly. The business of this
firm extending through every state nnd
through a general ngency, They very
wisely selected Hubbard's International
Newspaper Agency, of Now Haven, ut the
outset i and a private letter from tlio home
office In Burlington, just received, speaks
of the business having been dono by Mr.
Hubbard in a most thorough nnd satisfac
tory manner. This testimony to tho fldel
Ity and skill of our friend Hubbard in
transactions covering five yeais and involv.
ing nn expenditure of more than half a mil
lion dollars, is about ns lino a compliment
ns he or any other reasonable man could
ask for or wish. There can be no doubt
that It is well deserved. From the Hartford,
The ice gatherers arc taking advantage
of the cold snap.
Diphtheria seems to bo entirely overcome.
At present there is none in the township,
Harrison Taj lor lost a horse.
I. H. Strauss, ticket agent on the P. R.
R. is visiting his brother-in-law Malcolm
Lobe, Waterloo, N. Y., manufacturer of
the Waterloo organs.
Mr. Wiiite of the firm of White & Con
ner was through these parts early on Mon
day. No. OOdicw the musical clock at Sell
wcppcnhelser Ss Snyder's store and Doc.
Kromcr was tho lucky boy.
Hartzcl & Mourcy had public sale of
ponies at Nescopcck on Saturday.
Miss Millie Ecroth was married to a gen
tleman of Ganesburg, N. Y., on Monday
forenoon 19th Inst. They took tho 11:44
train for N. Y.
Mrs. Catharine Kikcndall died on Sunday
morning. Her remains were buried In tho
Cemetery, Rev. L. M. Kumler officiated.
Tlio sermon was preached in tho Lutheran
EtllTOIlS Colouuian :
Your correspondent having a trip to
make on business, in North Wctern Penn
sylvania, took nn early morning train on
the Rochester and Pittsburg It. R. leaving
this city nt 0.45 u. 111. As the Iron Horso
steamed over tho line farms of Western N.
Y., at tlio rate of 45 miles nn hour, wo
can't help but think of the facilities wo
have nowadays both for business und pleas.
lire to what thco that preceded us a half u
century nnd mnro ngo had with tho old
fashioned stage conch.
Our first stopping place of importance
wn3 at Salamanca some 70 miles distance.
It Is a place of unusual activity as several
ail roads center here. After a few minutes
stop tlio train pulls out again for Bradford,
Pa., Mckean county, the town nt present
noted above all other Penusylvunla towns
for the production of coal oil Tho der
ricks stuuds us thick hero nearly as the
poles on a bean patch. Tis here they have
special facilities for furnishing short din
ners, but never forget to make it up in long
prices. To ho seen here prospectlug for
tho greasy fluid is tho millionaire as well
us cheap coal oil Johnny. Tis said that
fortunes nre made nud lost here dally.
On leaving Bradford, tho train Is soon In
the forests and mountains ofMcKean conn-
iV rldo of 20 miles will bring you to thu
famous Kinzua bridge, said to ho tlio high
est structure of thu kind in the world. It
is composed entirely ol iron with fine
architectural piers, making the road bed
307 feet in height, not very high, but
pleanty high enough to rldo in mid nlr.
And as tho massive cnglno weighing forty-
five or fifty tuns, drawing other cars in
proportlon.crnwls along over the same, you
think it goes slow but pleanty fast
Thousands of acres of hemlock timber
stand along this rond, nnd would havo re
mained many years longer, hut for this
road which opens up 11 maikct und trans
portation at home,
U Rldgway which is tho county scat ot
Elk comity. Wo cross the Philadelphia
aud Erie R. It., und about 20 miles further
on we strike tho Allegheny and Low Grade
Route to Red Bank and Pittsburg. At tho
mimed crossing is wliero Dubolso City is
located and let us remark that John Du.
boiso lias hero set a worthy examplu that ,
might with profit bo imitated by men
of means. Mr, Dubolso a few years 1
ago judiciously invested some money In ,
timber lands, tlio result is ho has lived to
sec tho wilderness turned into an Edcu.
Ho keeps steadily employed over 600
hands, has erected a lino hotel, store, Iron
works, saw mills, box factories, etc., with
nil modern Improvements.
Afler etopplng over one day ut Dubolso
city, wo went to Brookvltlu, Jefferson
county,had occasion to go out In horse and
conveyance for that purpose. Tho result
was tho horso ran away and left us behind.
At night tho landlord quartered in in a
haunted room, of tho balance wo will spook
ot nt sorao future time. Yours Truly,
W .L. M.
On Monday evening n "charnctcr" from
Mt. Carmel camo lo Hits borough for the
express purpose of "painting the town
red." Of course he succeeded In getting
n sound thrashing -and will leave tho town
unpointed for another while.
Tho gatno nt pool between Gcorga
Schnell of this placo nnd Georgo Cleaver of
Ashland, which was played in the' latter
place on Saturday afternoon, for n pursoof
$50.00, wns won by Schnell. Quito a num.
hot of ouryoungpeoplo witnessed tho game
John Doyle, who was taken to the
Miners' Hospital for treatment last week,
died on Mondry morning. His death was
the result of injuries received In the mines
several months ago.
Coal Inspector Rceso has been on the
sick list tho last fen days.
Rov. J. J. Russell Is making strcuuom
efforts to enforce tlio law prohibiting the
safe of liquor on Sundny. Several monthi
ngo ho requested tho borough authorities
to assist him in tills direction. Ills request
wns compiled with, nnd for a tlmo wo had
special officers scattered all over town on
the Sabbath, and tho saloons kept closed
doors. There was an npathy, however, on
the part of tho nuthorltcs, to keep the of
llccrs on duty, and now tho groggerlcs do
a lively Sunday business. Tho Reverend
gentleman is determined to put n stop to
tho business, nnd lias gotten up n petition
signed by tho majority of our business
men, which ho will present nt tho next
term of Court, asking that no new licenses
be granted In the borough, and those hold
ing licenses be compelled, by oath, to ob
serve tho Sabbath.
About a dozen young i.ien in town have
purchased roller skates, and make uso of
tho dancing platform in tho grove ns a
There are no less than fourteen aspirants
for tho Supcrvisorshlp In the township. A
lively tlmo may be expected nt the coming
Five different parties in town have filled
their ice houses with ice from the North
The shooting match between Curry and
Wri.gg has been declared off. The latler
forfeited the money.
The Polish saloon pieseuted a deserted
looking nppearnnce since the fight last
week, nnd the proprielor Is silently pack
ing up his glasses, preparatory to leaving
for a new field.
Hazel House ot Ashland, nnd Laura
Houscr of Tamaqua, visited friends in
town this week.
It IlciicnclH 011 Whose Ox Is Gored,
EDiTora" Columbian :
I have been a reader of the Toledo Blade
for the last fifteen months and will venture
to say that a more radical Republican
sheet wus never published. There is nn
nrtlclo In it signed "A Looker-On In Mor
gnntown, Ky." He says there was a gath
ering down in Dixie, and every Democrat
in the country swooped down on the quiet
littlo village with tho old familiar yell of
twenty years ngo such as wo hoard from
the hordes that followed Morgan nnd Ben
nett. He said they used lauguage revolt-
ing, madly yelling for Jeff. Davis, cursing
the names of the Immortal Lincoln nnd
Garfield, claiming that what they had lost
at the point of the bayonet they had won
at the ballot box. At last, he claims, they
pulled down tho Blaine flag, Ac. He says
they did not come from the slunfs of the
The Republicans are so completely
whipped that they are trying to incite
riot and bloodshed, and should be looked
after. Tho Blade cliargc3 the Democrats
with hard things. It calls them "bull
dozers" und "ballot-box stuffers." It says
"the daring deviltry of tlio domineering
Democratij patty of the South has no
bounds. They llvo on hate. They retain
their power by brutal force." This re
minds mo of the brutal force used in tho
lata Rebellion, uud the raids that were
made in our beautiful valley on inoffen
sive Democrats by the iron heel of despot.
ism. In my neighborhood they dragged
forty-four of tho best men in our valley
and incarcerated them in filthy dungeons,
there to linger .until some of them were
brought home dead. Think of it.fellowcoun
try men j and now they have the audacity
to charge us with all manner of cruelty. In
conversation with a fellow Democrat tho
other day ho said a Republican asked him
why ho did not vote Willi the Republicans.
He said it was this ono tiling only; lie be
lieved in future rewards and punishments.
That's my tlx, exactly, but I must say I
don t bolievo or approve of the courso the
Democrats are taking for tho inauguration.
Instead of that great ball I think the nation
had better be clothed lu sack cloth and
ashc9, and ask God's guldunco and dircc
Hon in the future, or wo may bo visited
witli a greater calamity than the late war,
God savo this nation, and make it a God
fearing nation. A Demoohat.
nalte n Note of Tills.
littlo borax put In tho water In which
scarlet napkins nnd red-bordered towels
are to be washed will prevent them fading.
It is worth recollecting that bar-soap
should bo cut into squaro pieces nnd put
into a dry place, as it lasts better after
By rubbing with a damp flannel dipped
in tlio best whiting, the brown dlscolora.
tlou may bo taken off cups in which cus
turds have been baked.
Why purchase Inferior nutmegs when
their quality can bo tested by pricking
them with a pin ? If llicy are good the oil
will instantly spread around the puncture.
Carpets, after the dust has been beaten
out, may bo brightened by scattering upon
them com meal mixed with salt, and then
sweeping it off j mix salt und meal equal
Rub your black walnut sowing machine
tables, your cabinet organ, or any other
solid furniture you may have, with a cloth
moistened with kerosene oil, and you will
quickly see an improvement, hut keep it
uwny from varnish.
When putting away tho silver tea 01
coffeo pot, which is not used every day,
ay a little stick across tho top under tho
cover. This will allow fresh uir to get In
und proven tlio mustincss of tho contents,
familiar to hotel nnd boardlng-houso suf
ferers. Crapo may bo renovated by thoroughly
brushing all dust from tho material,
sprinkling with alcohol, aud rolling
in a uewspnpcr, comcnclng with the
paper und crape together, so that
tho paper may bo between every portion of
tho material, Allow it to remain so until
Good housc-kecpers are frequently an
noyed by oil marks on papered walls
ugalnst which careless or thoughtless per
sons have laid their heads. Theso unsight
ly spots may ho removed by making a
paste of cold water and pipe clay or ful
ler's earth, and laying It on the surface
without rubbing It on, elso tho pattern of
tho paper will then likely bo injured.
Lcavo tho paste on all night. In tho morn
ing It can be brushed off uud tho spot will
have disappeared, but n lenowul of tho op.
oration may be necessary if tho oil mark is
Two of our vcncrnblo citizens passed
nwny last week. John Ruch, our vencra.
ble post-mnstcr, wns hurled on Sunday,
He had been post master fo ' 24 years
longer than any other postmaster of Ber
wick. For many years Mr. Ruch was a
popular citizen, nnd mado a good public
officer. Ho wns universally liked by all of
our citizens. Ho has gone tho way of all
tho earth, and he will bo missed long after
his remnlns havo returned lo dust. Ho
was 75 ycntB of ngo.
Gilbert Fowler wns burled, ntlcr a ling
crlng Illness, on Saturday last. Ho was
nearly 03 years of ngo. By many years of
Industry and frugality ho had accumulated
consldernblo property. Ho was n useful
citizen, and was among tho foremost in the
development of tho country. Both of
theso nged patriarchs had largo funerals.
So they go, ono by one, tho old landmarks,
and soon cveryono will bo goue, nnd the
tomb cover their remains. Others will
trend uftcr tlicm to grow old and dlo. Thus
the generations pass nwuy, like a' moving
panorama. They go as tho lapso of a
stream, and the falling of a star.
Somebody got hungry last week, nnd en.
tcred Morton's smoko house, nnd fltolo D.
W. Knccht's meat thrco hams nnd ono
shoulder. Tho party left somo meat re
main in the smoke house.
Klase lost ono of his frescoed chickens.
Ills Japanese plgeon9 ho got nt our County
Fait nre coming on nil right.
John Vanatta lost his little red dog on
Friday lust. It was run over by tlio cars.
It was a bird dog, and well trained.
John Uomboy, formerly of Nescopcck,
now of Hctlervlllc, visited Berwick on Sat
urday last, looking well. He Is doing a
lino blacksmith trade ut Hctlervlllc.
Oh! those immense oysters ut Isadorc
Dr. Hower is doing n good business as
surgeon dentist, in Berwick.
Notwithstanding the depression, the
stores nro doing a good business.
The car works will resume operations In
February, ou a contract of 200 cars.
Frank Ortniau of Washlngtonville, has
been visiting friends In Berwick.
Edward Bald is appointed postmaster
here. He is popular, ami gives cntlro sat
isfaction. Ills prospects for continuance
after the 4th of March nre good.
Miss Flora Lobach of Washlngtonville,
Is visiting friends in Berwick.
Too snow last Saturday camo bad only
to melt and raako mud.
Wo nre glad to noto that Doc. McCrca
will not go to Nnntlcoko to practlco medi
cine, but will remain in Berwick, where he
has un extensive practice, and many
friends. He is nu accomplished, congenial
gentleman outside of his medical practice.
Hugh Linden butied ids wife last week.
She was just in the prime of life, being 45
years of age. Slio was an cstlmnblc wo
man. The rolling mill is runniug on full time.
Col. A. D. Sccly, of our town, is put
forth by his numerous friends as candidate
for Sheriff of Columbia county. Now,
then, why shouldn't Berwick furnish a
Sheriff 1 For years Sheriffs and other pub
lie officers of the country have come from
almost every township outside of Berwick.
Berwick, ever sinco the origin of the conn
ty, has supplied no public officers, reaping
salaries and tho emoluments of tho county.
In tho name of justice, why shouldn't Ber
wick be allowed to furnish a Sheriff. Is
there any reason for it ? Why should all
the public officers come from outsldo of
Berwick? Col. A. D. Seely served gallant
ly In our late war, (Reg. 84, Col. S. M.
Bowman commanding.) A better selec
tion could not be made anywhere within
the precincts of tho county. He is popular
and well liked ut home, nnd has many
friends wherever known. Ho would make
a fine Sheriff, und would make a fine run.
If nominated, tucro is no doubt of his elec
tion. He would do honor to tho county.
Wo trust to see his name foremost as can
dldato for the Sheriffalty. We feel conn
dent he would be elected by a largo ma
jority. Kinney Adams is bound to be ahead. He
Is fixing up his store room in palatial
style. It will be one of the most hand
some stores along the river.
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Accidents, robberies, fires, deaths, mar
riages, charities and cruelties are not the
only neighborhood happenings that are
worthy of being recorded. Tho close ob
server becomes tho successful writer.
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erly recorded, are of deep interest, though
the careless person scarcely notices them.
Ho who can writo down neighborhood
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without unnecessary words has a beautiful
accomplishment. He has tho gift of pleas,
antly imparting his knowledge to others,
and If he Is a school teacher ho will surely
ucceed In that profession. Hi.
Cirnna Army ltiicaitipmeiit.
The meeting of tho Pennsylvania Stato
encampment of tho Grand Army of tho
Republlo will bo held in Harrisburg on
February 10th nud 11th next, and there
arc indications that tho attendance will bo
large. Tlio opera houso has been engaged
by the city Posts, who will also provldo a
band of music. In addition to this a very
hundsomo and costly hudgo has been pre
pared, which will bo presented to each
delegate ns tho gift of tho Harrisburg
posts. Tlio budge is of French bronze
about tlio sizu ot a half dollar, On tho ob.
verso side is a reduced fae rimileot the ecu-
tre piece of tho regular G. A. R. star badge,
representing fraternity, charity and loyalty,
surrounded by a laurel wreath. Tho rc.
verso bears the inscription in raised letters!
"Delegate to 10th nnnual encampment,
Department of Pennsylvania, G, A, R.
Compliments of PostB 08 and 110." Tho
medal will bo suspended by a ribbon from
a brotize bar bearing the inscription, "liar,
rlsburg, 1885." It Is expected that nt least
1,500 old soldiers will visit the city on this
O'er head und cars his cap of seal
He pulls as far as It will go
Ho pulls It good and strong,
lu days like these when things congeal,
Mun wants but littlo car below,
Nor wants that little long.
COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Answers to last week's puzzles, No. 1,
Grover Cleveland, No. 2, Governor Robert
E. Paulson, No. 3, Nnpoleon Bonaparte,
No. 4, Tlio Ice Bridge nt Niagara Falls.
The first thrco aro correctly answered fjy
William Bclshllnc, Mt. Pleasant, Llzzlo
Robblns, Forks, No, 1, by Charles Hldiay,
Centre,,!. L. Snyder, Mifflin, M. 11. Gelsin.
gcr, Espy, L. M. Kclclincr, Llghtstrcct,
John Winner, Benton, Esther A. Fritz,
Colcscrcck. Numbers 1 nnd 2 of 2 weeks ngo
wcro answered by Miss Anna U. Hartmnn
of Madison, nnd tho Benton problem was
solved by I). 8, Robblns of Beiiderlown,
nnd Wllbcr Kline, Orange, their answers
were recelvcd.too late for publication last
I am composed of 13 letters.
My 11, 10, 13, 4, 12 and 3 Is a beverage.
My 0, 2, 4, 0, 10 and 8 is decayed.
My 1, 7, 2 and 8 la a place of refuge.
My 3, 12, 0, 10 and 0 is a piece In n build
Ing. My wholo is a noted placo near tiio out
let of Lake Ontario.
Tho following 13 a name honored by
I am composed of nineteen letters.
My 1, 2, 13, 8, Is a word used by every
My 13, 8, 4, 10, 10 is the Inspissated
juice of tho poppy.
My 14, 18, 17, 11, 4, 1, 7, 15, 10 relates to
My 0, 7, 8, 10, 3 is ono who spends even
ings in a saloon.
My 5, 4, 17, 0, 10,11 is a member of a
My 3, 5, 17, 10, 0 Is what a faithful son
docf In thu morning without his father's
My 9, 18, 10, 0, 14, 10 is a word used at
tho gambling, table.
My 12, 14, 15, 10, 8 is a cluster of trees.
Tho abnvo was composed by a Centre
I am composed of 12 letters.
My 12, 9, 0, 5, 10 Is an Italian town In a
provlnco of the same name.
My 5, 4, 3 is a useful animal.
My 9, 11, 10, 8 is a territory.
My 1, 3, 0, 8 an eruptive disease.
My 7, 3, 8, 4, 0, 10 Is u city.
My 2, 7, 12, 12, 10, 8 is a division of a
country in India.
.My wholo is a mountain in North Ameri
ca. No. 4.
Drop letter puzzle of four letters.
K K is a city on the eastern continent.
My 1, 2, 13, 22, 15, 10, 17, 18 was a gen.
oral in tho army.
My 9, 2, 0, 20, 10, 22 mado an accidental
and useful discovery.
My 22, 5, 12, 10, 0, 14, 10, 19 was an am
My 12, 21, 18, 11, 3, 7, was president of
the U. 8.
My 8, 5, 20, 7, 13, 0, 14, 8 was a very
great and decisive battle.
My 23, 24 is 11x8.
Mr. Georgo Dodson, an aged citizen of
Btnton township, died on Tuesday of last
week, at tho udvunccd ugo of about eighty
ono years, and was burled on Friday at the
Hamlin cemetery. It wns remarked by n
lady from Berwick that sho never saw so
many quite aged people assembled, as on
Tho Sunday School Convention of Ben
ton township, was organized on last Satur
day, which met in tlio Al. E. church in
that town, by the election of the following
officers : President, J. C. Wcnncr ; Secre
tary, John R. Keeler; Treasurer, J. C.
Tubbs j Committee on miscellaneous busi
ness for tho ensuing year, J. R. Keeler,
Ellas McIIcnry aud Peter Laubach. Revs,
C. K. Cnnflcld nnd G. V. Savage, and Sec
retary of County Convention, A. Spear,
were present. It will meet again some
time in next June.
Mr. Freeman D. Bower and wife of Ber
wick, after a prolonged visit, of about five
weeks' duration, among friends, nnd work
suspension of tho Jackson & Woodin Man
ufacturing Company, expect to return in
time to receive his first copy of tlio Colum
bus for the coming year.
Fishing from under the ice was not n
success on last Thursday. And wllllo
walking on the Ice, clear as crystal, our
hair fairly stood on end as we gazed ut the
depth beneath us some llvo or six feet,
looking after the finnles, ot which we aro
very fond. We were certainly walking on
tlio water. And had our faith been weak,
aud tho foundation given awny, wc should
havo cried, "Lord save, or I perish." If
not from I ho waves, at least from the cold.
Jacob Klodlg, a young man of Fishing.
creek, while fishing on Jones' mill pond on
last Friday, broke the ice and disappeared,
but camo up at the samo place, and es-
caped if not u wiser, a wetter and colder
The frce-to-all rink is rather a cliangea.
Hiram Ash's team run away, on lust
Monday a week, and ono of tho horses col.
llded with an apple tree, nnd broke its
nock, and therefore was instantly killed,
.Mr. Ash is a huckster und was ready with
his load for a trip up the river.
Only 8 mills road tax in Espy sell is net
feel. Won car 10 udder 13 mills on dcr
dollar hedden, norto kent csn grummcllow.
Ear wist nix fun tox won sell der wako is,
Illlxen blazes sine dalo lido do slioffn der
gonso summer ufum wake, und hen norto
slhlll on groscr gelt tox. Yudcr mench do
hut on wako on Benton, und aro will cn
aw gude gusbofed hoven.
The matrimonial tree is now in full
bloom.wlth a fair prospect of a goodmatri
raonlal crop next year.
ClirlHtimiH l'uii at Weliti's Run.
Editor Co him sun :
Somo ono enys:
There's many a rosa that wasb:rn to black un.
Aud waste Its sweetness on tho desert atr.
This will no doubt be the nto of th
voung people of Wcbu's Run S. S. unless
I, from inv lonelr sanctum, throue-h tho
columns of your paper, bring to tho mind
01 your readers the merry eceues of tho
uigui 01 i-iec. Mill, lbSt.
Tho occasion was tho rendering of a
Christmas Masque, entitled, Tho False Sir
Santa Claus.- The house was nicely deco.
rated und a largo platform erected for the
occasion. The peoplo began to nrrlyo
long be f oro tlio hour aud tho houso was
filled to overflowing, many going away for
wuut ot room, even to stand.
Punctually at 7i30 tho children camo lu
singing tho sprightly littlo carol, Merry
bells aro ringing now, Miss Carrie Swep.
penhelser presiding at tho organ.
Tho character of Old Moneybags, or Tlio
False Sir Santa Claus was well sustained
by Mr. A. J. Tobias. MUs Minnie Polio
was piquante and saucy ns Ethel, and Our.
ly Locks was admirably dono by little
demure Lillian Bason.
We could not but admiro the firm, clear
voice of Dick, as personated by Master
Charles Baker, and wo aro quite safe In
saying that lie will be a firm champion of
whatever courso ho may take sides with.
I BUY AND SELL
I want neatly nil tho good calves In tho county.
A specialty. I deal largely In nice white clean nnd thrifty sliotes
In pigs from 7 to 8 weeks old, 2 months, 2, 3. 3, 4, 4, B, 6, 7 to t
months old, sholcs in weight from 25, 30, 5, 40, 45, 00, 00, 75, 80,
uu, to imj pounds a piece.
POULTJiV Chickens, Turkeys,
A specialty. I handlo pork in
200, 225, 250, 275, 300, 850, 400
sldo or wholo pig.
A specialty liy tho pound, half
standing up or knocked down,
cents n pound.
A PPI.;ES Ih Pcck' lshcl, or by tho barrel.
PUIiS Vos s,tllnli Buccoon, Mink, Muskrat, Sheep Skins, &c.
JJ AY Timothy, Clover, and Timothy nnd Clover Hay.
BARK 0ak nml Hemlock.
CLOVERSEED "ought ami.oid.
KY E STR A W ,I,e bumllu or by the to
BEESWAX. FRESH COWS
I JTirH MR A" k!llJs "xi 3x4-3xr'. 3 37. 45. 8u. 0x8. 12, 14 10, u
XjU IU.D-Lirt and 20, 24, 28, 30 to 32 feet long.
Boards and Plank 12, 14, 10, 18 nnd 20 feet long, worked half Inch, pine nnd Hemlock,
German siding 12, 14 nnd 10 feet long.
Hemlock Boards 0x12 inch, gauged 12, 14, 10 and 18 feet long. Shingle nnd natter
ing lath. A lot of good dry white pine boards, narrow, medium and wide 12, 13, U, 10
18 und 20 luches wide. Worked white pine, yellow pine, nnd Hemlock flooring, 18, 14
and 10 feet long. Shaved nnd sawed slilmtles, pine, No 1, 2, and 3, pine, Hemlock and
chestnut. Battens 2 nnd 8 inch, 12, 14 nnd 10 feet long, pickets, posts, rails, wsui
scoting. Lumber dressed In tho yard at the store. Telephone connection.
E StIH T & THE
Misses Dency und Grade Walker sang
Jack Frost in a mo3t happy nnd charming
mnnner and wo bespeak success for them
in after years.
Master Seymour Polio 113 Jack Frost, the
mischievous sprite, played his pranks well,
and pinched nnd poked Moneybags with
his usual total disregard ot etiquette.
Dressed in a white suit sparkling witli dla
mond dust, lie really seemed like tho naugli
ty elf himself. Miss Lillian Walker in n
lovely snow nnd Ice suit wns a veritable
star as Jack's wife, and seemed the lncar
nation of mischief, as sho aud Jack danc
ing around Moneybags covered him nice,
with a coat of ice.
Master Ario Campbell, the pugnacious
young pago of Moneybag's was dressed in
a jester's suit of bright red. Do brought
the house down ns ho mado his appearance
in a somersault, ami with comical attitude
announced Sir Santa Claus. Master Ario
certainly possescs superior talent, and with
effort and study will surely cxcell in liter
Miss Nora Nagle was lovely as Fully
Bountiful while old Santa Claus himself,
friend of thoglrh and boys, helper of their
fun and sharer of their joys, received the
accolade from tho hand of littlo Curley
Locks, completely routing tho False Sir
Santa and amid general rejoicing wns pro
nounced the true one. This was acted by
Mr. Silas Poulns. All enjoyed tho exercises
very much, aud the only criticism wo
heard was that, it was too short.
Messrs. Warren Bittenbender, Joseph
Powlus. Jnrius Miller and Chas Nagle, the
trusty police, of tho False Santa, also de
serves favorablo mention.
We cannot m justice, close this article
without giving much praise, which is just
ly hers, to Mrs. E. J. O. Walker, the effi
cient instructor, musical director, and
stago manager. May slio have a like suc
cess in every undertaking.
Webb's Run is still ahead, wo will ring
the bell, drop the curtain und bid you
Onk ok T1IK CltOWD,
SHULTZ. In Jackson township, Janu
ary lCth, 1885, Ida Shultz, nged 0 years, 5
months and 20 days.
BALL WILLIAMS. In Ccntrnlln, Jan.
14th, 1885, by Rev. G. M Lamed, .Mr.
Reuben J. Ball, and Miss Christlaima Wil
liams, both of Ccntrali.1, Columbia county,
THOMAS KINLEY. At tlio M. E. par
sonago in Orangeville, January 1st, 1835,
by Rov. E. M. Chllcoat, Mr. J. E. Thomas
of Jonestown, to Miss Clara B. Kinlcy of
Asbury, botli of Columbia county, Pa.
SEYBERT-BF.ISlILINE.-Al tho M.
E. panopage in Orangeville, January 13th,
1885, by Rev. E. M. Chllcoat, Mr. Caleb E.
Scbcrt of Salem township, to Miss Rachel
B. Bclshllne, of Bcmlertown, Columbia
100 pieces muslin 0, 7, und 8 cents per
yard, ut Hartman it Sou's.
50 pieces muslin 9, 10 nnd 12 cents at
Hartman & Son's.
For the next 00 days I will make fine
cabinet photos nt $3.00 per dozen. Lleht
ning process. Quick us wink. A full Hue
of frames on hand. MoKillip.
Jan 10.3 mos
When you como to Court don't forget to
seo Hartman & Son's 0 and 7 cent muslin.
Hartman A Son are in market witli a big
stock of now goods.
Just in at I. W. Hartman & Sou's
Spring cashmeres, all prices and colors.
08 pieces (2S9Iyds) best light calico 5
cents per yard, at 1. W. Hartman & Son's.
I. W. Hartman & Son lead in Spring
Dress Goods. 40 pieces one-half wool,
Just opened, 13 cents per yard. All colors.
After using ull tho liuinbuglinimcntsnnd
Jalvcs with sure failure, go und get of your
diugglsts a Hip Platter. The strongest
und best porous plaster ever made. Vast,
ly superior to all other external remedies.
Tho conipleto pain-nllaylng virtues of fresh
Hons combined with strengthening Gums
and Burgundy Pitch. 25c.
When baby was sick, wo gave her CAS
TOR1A, When she was u child, she cried for
When sho became Miss, she clung to
When she bud Children, tho gave them
COMMENCE THE YEAH lUtlltl',
1 Don't make too many resolutions, but
hold on llko grim death to thoso you do
iniikc. If your pli.vslclul system Is out of
order you should attend to that at once ;
for Its no use trying to keep a still upper
lip when your kidneys or liver uro taking
the courago out of you. If you havo real
ly inadu up your miud to turn over a nuw
leuf, commence the year by taking a
thorough courso of tlio celebrated Kidney.
Wort Thousuuds ot people testify lo its
good effects for kidney disease!, bilious
ness, piles, coustlpulion, etc.
Geese, Ducks, Pigeons, Ac.
weight from 70, 80, 00, 100, 125, 160, 175,
to 400 pounds, by tho pound, quarter, and
quarter, qunrter, side, whole hoof , live,
from 0 cents a pound up to 0, 7, 8, U to 10
M T , PJENJVA.
"nouoii on oorons."
Ask for "Rough on Coughs," for coughs,
colds, soro throat, hoarseness. Troclies,
15c. Liquid, 25c.
1 'I'.OCOH ON I1AT8."
Clears out ruts, mice, roaches, flies, ants,
bed-bugs, skunks, chipmunks, gophers.
Palpitation, dropsical, dizziness, indlge.
Hon, licndachc, sleeplessness cured by
"Wells' Health Rcnower."
"nccan on oonNS."
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns. 15c
Quick, complete cure. Hard orsoft corns
"r.ocan os tain" toiioused tlabtie ;
Strengthening, improved, the best for
backache, pains in chest or side rheuma
"Wells' Health Rcnewer" restores health
nnd vigor, cures dyspepsia headache, ner
vousness, debility. 1.
and tho many throat affections of children,
promptly, pleasantly and safely relieved by
"Rough or. Coughs" troches, 15c. i balsam.
If you aro falling, broken, worn out and
nervous, uso "Wells' Health Rcnewtr."
If you aro losing your grip on life, try
"Wells' Health Rcnewer." Goes direct to
"liOUOU ON TOOTHACHE."
Inslant relief for neuralgia, toothache,
farcachc. Ask for "Rough on Toothache.'
15 and 25 cents.
Ladies who would relniu freshness and
vivacity. Don't full to try "Wells' Health
Re newer." ,
OAT.UUtltAL THItOAT AITEOTIONS,
Hacking, irritating coughs, colds, sore
throat, cured by "Rough on Coughs."
Troclies, 15c. Liquid 25c
"nocan on rrcii."
"Rough on Itch" cures humors, erup
tions, riiig-worm, tetter, salt iheum, frost
ed feet, chlilblulns.
THE HOPE OF THE NATION.
Children slow in development, puny,
scrawney, and dellcLte, uso "Wells' Health
three or four hours cve-y night coughing.
Get immediiito relief and sound rest by
using Wells' "Rough on Coughs." Troches,
10. ; Balsam, 25c.
nocau o.n pain" ponousED plabtee j
Strengthening, improved, the bobt for
backache, pains in chest or Bide, rheuma
ESTATS OF ORORGE UES8, DECHS1D.
Lett?rs ot administration in tho tstato ot oorce
Hess, deceased, late or Migarioir twp. Coluu
Ma eounn .Pennsylvania, have been granted by th
lleslstcr of said county to tho undesigned Admin
istrator. All iersoiis liavlns claims against tho
rstute ot tho deceased aro requested to presont
them ror settlement, and tho1) indebted to tho es
tate to make payment to the undersigned admin
istrator without delay.
A. L. Fritz, Att'y. I. It. GUIDONS,
Jan. B-tt Administrator.
WHEREAS, thellon. William Elwell
President 1 udso ot tho Court ot Oyer and
Terminer and (leneralJail Delivery, Court of Quar
ter Sessions ot tho Peace and tho Court ot Common
I'leas and Orphans' Court In the 2Cth Judicial Dis
trict, composed of the counties ot Columbia and
Montour, and tho llonal James Lake and V, L.
shuraan, Associate Judges ot Columbia county,
have Issued their precept.beartng date tho 10th day
nt Dec. In the year of our Lord ono thousand eight
hundred and elguty-tour, and to me directed tor
holdlnga Court ot Oyer andTermlner and Ocneral
Quarter Sessions ot thoreace, court of Common
I'leas and Orphans' Court, In llloomsburg, in tho
county ot Columbia, on tho nrrt Monday, being
rhe ind day ott'eb. next, to continue tor two
Notice is hereby given to the Coroner.to tho Ju
tlces ot tho Peace, and tho Constables ot the ea a
County of Columbia, thtt they bo then and then in
their proper person at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon ot
said and day of Feb. with their records Inqui
sitions and other reincmbrnnccs,to do those things
which to their ortlces appertain to bo done. And
thoso that aro bound by recognizance to proseeuto
against tho prisoners thataro or maybe In tho Jail
ot tho said county ot Columbla.tobe then and there
to prosecute them as shall bo Just. Jurors are re
qnostea to bo punctual In their attendance,
agreeably to their notices. Dated at Moomsburg
i, O tho tli day ot Jan. In the year ot our
U, Lord ono thousand eight hundred and
elghty-ate, and lu tho ono hundred and
nih ear ol tho Independence ot tho United
Mates of America,
KherM'somce, JOHN .MOUHEY,
liioomsbiirg, Jan. 7-to Sheriff.
The following widows' appraisements will b
presented to court on tho First Monday ot Febru
ary lbsL und counriucd nisi, and unless exceptions
are tilcxlwiuiiu tour days thereafter wllllecon-
1. ltobtirt Cathcart nstntn. fWnnor
3. Thomas Mcllenrr. otate. rttrpnapii. nf rta.
ou. Personalty, twain.
Jan. mil, 1SS1.
VM. II. HNYDElt,
CUrli a C.
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