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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BEOOMRBTTRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
THAT nEUARKAUI.K KxrKttlBXOK OV
KOCIIKSTF.K PHYSICIAN l'ULl.Y
Clcvctand, 0., Herald.
Yo9lurday and the day before wo
copied into our columns from the
Rochester, N. Y., Democrat and
Chronicle, a remarkable statement,
mado by J. 15. llenlon, M. D., a gen
llcinan who is well known in this city.
Iu that article Dr. llonfon recountcred
a wonderful oxpcricticowh!eh befell
ffiriil tint tiprt ilnv u'n titildUliPil
from thd samu paper a second article,
giving an account of tho "Excitement
in 1lAiimtnr." nmioml dv TV. Tlnmmi'n
statement. It Is doubtful! if any two
artiolea wero ever published which Theso enemies embrace tliu tox rao
causcfi grcator commotion both among coon, skunk, and the hawk, which is
il invmnn. one of tho areatest enemies of tho
Since tho publication of theso two
articles, having been besieged with let-
ters of inquiry, we sent a communion-
iln.i to Dr. TTpninn nnd nlso to II. II.
' Warner fc Co., asking if anv addition-
nl nmnf pnnM tin rrlvnn In tfn an to tho
validity of tho statements published,
in answer tnereto wo uavo received
the following letters, which add inter
est to tho entire subject nnd veiify
every statement hitherto made :
UociiKSTcn, N. Y.
Gesti.kmev: Your favor is received
The published utattment, over my sig
nature, to which you refer is true in
every respect, and I own my life and
present health wholly to the power of
Warner s oate (Jure, whicti snatched
,. , 1 r .1 I
meiromuie very urn. m u. gruv-
It is not surprising that people should
question the statement I made, for my
recovery was as crcat a marvel to my'
self,'5 as to my physicians, and friends.
" J. 15. IlENlON, Jtt. ill,
Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 21.
Sirs: Acknowledging jour favor
duly received, wo would say : The
best proof wo can give you that the
statements made by Dr. Henion are
entirely true, and would not have been
published unless strictly so, is tho fol-
5. ..J.r r l l.... i
lowing lesiiiiiuuiui irom mu uesv uiu
zens of Rochester, and a card publish
ed by Iter. Dr. loote, which you aro
at liberty to use if you wish.
H. II. Warner & Co.
lo whom it may concern
In tho Rochester Democrat . and
Chronicle of December 31, thero ap
peared a statement in tho torm ot a
card from Dr. J. B. Henion, of this
city, recounting his remarkable recov
ery from Briaht's disease of the kid-
neys, atter several doctors ot promi-
nence had given him up, by the uso ot
Warner's Safe Cure. We aro person -
ally or by reputation acquainted with
Dr. Ilenioriandwebcliovehe would pnb-
lish no statement not literally true. We
are also personally or by reputation well
acquainted with 11. 11. Warner & (Jo.,
proprietors of that remedy, whoso com-
mercial and personal standing in this 1
community are of tho highest order.
"and we believe that they would not
publish any statements which weie not
literally and strictly true in every par
C. R. Parsons, (Mayor of Roches
Wjt. PcRcr.i.i., (Editor Union audi
WSD. Siiu.vrt, (ex-Surrogate Mon
Edward A. Frost, (ex-Clerk Mon
E. B. Fen-ncr, (ex-District Attorney
" J? M. Davit, (ex-Member Congress,
John S. Morgan, (County Judge,
Hirasi Sim.F.v, (Capitalist and Seeds
W. C. Rowlf.v, (ex-Comity Judge,
Monroe t;o.) .
John Van Voomns, (ex-MeraberJof
To the Editor of the Living Church,
There was published in tho Roches
ter Democrat and Chronicle of the
31st of December, a statement made by
J! R. Henion M. D narrating how he
had been cured of Bright's disease of
the Kidneys, almost in its last stagci.
by the use ot Warners sate Uure. 1
was referred to in that statement, as
having recommended and urged Dr.
Henion to try tho remedy, which he
did, and was ourcd. The statement of
Dr. Henion is true,so far as it concerns
myself,and I believe it to bo truo in all
othcrrespects Ho was a parishioner of
mine and I visit'd him in his sickness.
I urged him to tako the medicine and
would do tbo same again to any one
who was troubled with a disease of the
kidneys and liver.
Isuaci. Foote, (D. T))
(Late) Hector of St. Paula Episcopal
Jiochester, iV. 2".
A Ourions Oharacter.
Everett Farnham died at Richfield,
Ohio, recently at tho acre of eichtv
four. He was the lamest land owner
in tho county, and was exceedingly co-
centric He called his lands his do-
mains. On his farm was a large tract
of meadow land which ho called "God's
Heart."., and of t us betook esDecial
care. He was a great admirer of Eng
land and British customs, anion a recent
visit to London undertook to defend to
tho Britishers in tho htreets tho adyan
tagea of republicanism, and was arrest
ed and bned.
In clearing land lie would never burn
his brush, but placid it in piles nnd al
lowed it to rot. He was an avowed in-
fidel, and had a largo library of books
treating on infidelity. Four or five of
his acres were enclosed as a park, in
which ho kppt deer, elk nnd bultalo.
ilo protended mat at ono time ino em-
peror ot uerrnany nail sent, an envoy
to uuruiiusu ins cm. ici x-uuuui'ii mis
an honest, upright man, and was high
Wheu making a soft pillow of tho
crazv oatchwork be careful to nut the
brightest and most striking pieces near
the centor. When tho cushion is made
up tho effect is cjuito different from
what it is when it is spread out flat,
and it is of more consequence that the
center should be handsome than that
tho corners should. This, when re
duced to writing, looks like a fore
gone conclusion, but it is not, as an
unfortunate pillow-maker can testi-
Let us begin our heaven on earth;
and, being ourselves tempted, let us bo
pitiful and coosidcrato and generous iu
''Doii't I wish I was a Senator, ma 1"
"Why, .Johnnlo t" "Becauso when
Senators want a recess all they havo to
do is to vote for it."
A heal properly coinlitutod can ao
commodate itaclf to whatever pillows
the vicissitude of fortune may place
How to Sucoeed With Turkeys.
Vew farmers who r:ito ttlt-kcmiiako
anitnulu tri'inraiinn 101 mil utisinen.'.
TIimo li'inN buliiR but recently reclaim.
ru Irom tho forest, wlic-re lliey tako
caro ot tlicniu'lvcfi, many take it for
granted that tlipy aro capnblo of doing
well without caro in n statu ot domes
tication ; and being Of a wild rind
roaming nature, assume thai tho indu1
freedom they have, the, boiler it is for
them. Till U one of thu half-trullis
tliat do great damage in tho rearing of
tho birdt. Turkeys should not bo left
to cteal their iiP9ts in woods or swamps
and bo allowed to lay and set, no ono
knows where, on account of tho ninny
enemies to which they themselves, add
their eggs and young aro exposed
young birds. While it li true thai
turkeys need to ramble through tlio
summer, when thev can get most of
their livlnc in tho field", nnd at the
same time bo of great benefit in rid
clinc it of trrasshonpcrs, hues, worms,
nrub etc., injurious to growing crops.
it is also true that they need restraint in
tho lavinir and hatching season, and
for the first threo weeks after tho
clucks leavo tho nest, is ono ot our
domestic birds are more susceptible of
training, or tako more kindly to tho
preparations that the wise keeper
maKfg tor tneir uenent aim coniiori.
They rcqniro much nttention during
lavinc aul hatching season, and
for a part of each day at least, should
t... :.. ..:.t,i., i -i....i
l'U Kt k J 11 .1 runauiu v.il.l ,il uiv.ut.ni
. , , , Aonvrnicnt
have been prepared tor them. me
success of tho year depends largely on
knowing whero cveiy bird is, where
she lays, and especially whero she sits.
As with all domestic animals, it is
essential that turkey hens bo tamo and
ccntlo : to accomplish this, be kind
and ccntle with them. Have but ono
person to attend to them during the
hatching season, and when tho chicks
aro younir, as a stranger miclit no
hirm by causing fright. Be in no
t,Ilrrv . . !, ihn vnnnir from the nest
- - j - -f . - - - .
They require no food the first day
When tho yonnc are removed from tho
post, wash tho old turkey on tho under
side of tho wings and on the body witl:
a strong decoction of tobacco to dp
stroy vermin. When first taken off.
r.onfino tho young in a low yard, made
oy selling iioarus a loot, wine or more
nn edge, and allow the old bird her
liberty. Feed at first with dough
made ot coarse ground corn meal, line,
lv chopped boiled egg", and new milk
Feed little at a timo and often ; put
jnlphnr in tho teed occaionally. lieep
tho young turkey from getting wet
1 either bv dew or rain for tho first
month. Give them caro and attention
from the timo the hen 'commences lay
ing in tho spring, until tho young aro
fit to slaughter, and they will be profit
The Baling Passion-
ri'.l'.SlDKNT MXCOr.N TEU.S A KCNNT
STOUY AT A SOLEMN T1SIE.
"Just before the battle of Frederick
burg, knowing that a large number o
Pennsylvania troops were with Burn
side, and that a general engagement
between tho two armies was imminent
I went to Washington1 and asked for
transportation to tho lront. A tug
was placed at my disposal, and 1 reach
ed the army in time to witness the bat
tie. Iho terrible slaughter of our
troops on that disastrous day wo
"When our defeat was beyond qnes
lion, I boarded the tug and hastener
to Whashington, hoping, as railroad
communication was impossible, to fore
stall the exaggerated rumors that migl
be expected, and to alle late even
only a slight degree the shock ot tin
welcome tidings. It was considerably
past midnight when 1 reached Wash
ington, butl proeeded directly to the
White House, it was nd surprise
me to learn that the President had nu1
retired, I was immediately ushered
into his presence. As he accosted me
and read in my face the character of
the news I had to communicate he
sank into a chair with a sigh of
"What news. Governor 1" said
"Bad! very bad.'
"Tell me alii"
He rested his head
on his hands while I gave the outline
and tho results of the battle'. He heav
ed a heavy sigh and looked at me with
a" expression of intense salTering, and
I remarked :
"1 heartily wisti 1 miRtu do a wel
come messenger of good news instead
that I could tell you how to co'u-
quer or get rut ol these rebellious
Looking up quicklv witli u marked
change of expiesnion, Lincoln said :
'That remimls mo ot two boys in II
linois, who took a hort cut across an
orchard, and did not become awaro of
the presence ol a vicious dog until it
was too late to reach either lence. Une
was spry enough to escape tho attack
by climbing a tree, but tho other start
d arotiud a tree, with the dog in hot
pursuit, until, by making smaller cir
cles than it was possible for his pursuer
to make, ho gained sufficiently to grasp
the iloc s tall, and with oesperatu mil
until nearly exhausted, when he hailed
his companion and called to him to
"What fort" said the boy,
"I want you to help mo let, this dog
"if 1 could only let them go, said
the President, in conclusion ; "but that
is tho trouble. I am compelled to hold
on to them and make them stay.' -iVcie
York Evening Telegram.
At- .Tnnm TT. Miti-pi- nhnnt Ai.tnl'
IMo0(i Eixiri tie oniy preparation
K3rauteed to oleanse tho blood and
retnove all chronio diseases.
HOW TO UOTiMT, lO Cilt SUppcr
Ju9t betoro going to bed is a great aid
igivaiu i-ii.iM; ucauj. x lie luvu BO
taken goes all to fat, A nap after each
meal is also conducive to the same end,
but gentle excrciso should bo taken be
tween meals to promote appetito. Largo
doses of fresh air, avoidance of envious
thought, entiroconteiitmout A'ith one's
lot iu life, one's children, husband, re
latives and friends complete the saino
great end. Thero is one great advau.
tago derived from tho craze on fat or
not fat. It is a poor rule that don't
wotk both ways, and many of tha laws
for gaining or loaing flesh aro the
same, and aro great health promoters.
The formation of teunis,skating, swim
ming and walking clubs, and the pat
ronizing of them by both stout and
thin alike, is adding greatly to tho
health of our women. San Francisco
Jas. II. Mercer distinctly states that
Ackn's English I'emedy has and does
euro contracted consumption, Ak for
circular. An entirely new medicine,
.Tas. II. Mercer states that indices
lion prcparoi overy ono for disoae,bul
guarantees Acker's l)yspepsia Tnblrlc
to euro all forms of.indigestion.
St. Stephen's colleue, Dplhl, boasts
f n prodWy in the person of a blind
studcnl hamcd Ch-tuda h'ltiah. IIo
cannot read or write, but has such u
otidciiiil memory us to liu ablo to ro-
eat all his text-hooks KiiRhih,
French nnd Urdu by rote, and to
npidly work out sums in irithnietic.
oven the (Multiplication of nuy tutmbcr
t figures by another e(ptally I rge.
AVonli of Vi'nrnltiit nod Cnnifnrt.
It you aro suffering troni pooi health or
languishing on abed ot sickness, take cheer
tf you nrc simply alltnf, or If you feel
'weak and dispirited,
'without cloarly know.
'Ing why, Hop Hitters
'will surely euro you.
If you aro a minister, and
hare overtaxed yourself with your
pastoral duties, or a mother, worn out
with care ahd work, or a man of business or
labor, weakened br tho strain of jour everyday
duties, or a manot letters tolling over your mid-
night work.Hop Hitters will most surely strength
If von are sufferlns from ovcr-eatlnc hr
(lrlnklnc. nny Indiscretion or dissipation,
or aroyounc ami crowlnc too fast, ns.is
often thu case,
"Or It you are tn tho workshop, on the
'farm, at the desk, anywhere, and feel
that your system needs cleansing, ton
'Ing, or stimulating, without Intoxicat
ing, It you aro old,
blood thin and Impure, pulse
feeble, nerrwunt8ily, facuttles
waning, Hop Ulttera Is what you neel to
'give you now llfo, health, and vigor."
Is you ara costive, or dyspeptic or suffer
ing from any other ot tho numerous dis
eases of tho -tomach or bowel3. It Is your
own fault If you remain HI. If
you aro wasting away with any form
ot Kidney disease, stop tempting death this
moment, and turn for a-curo to Hop Hitters.
If you nrc sick with that terrible sick-
ness, Nervousness, you win nnu a "iiaim
In Gilead" in Hop Bitters.
If you are a frequenter, or a resident, ot,
a miasmatic district, barricade yoursys-
tem against tho scourge of all countries
Malaria, Epidemic, Bilious and Inter-
mlttcnt Fevers by the use of Hop Bitters.
Ifroahavo rouzh. plraolr. or sallow skin, bad
breath, Hop Hitters will give you fair skin, rich
blood, th sweetest breath and health, jsoowiu
bo paid for a case they will notcure or help.
A LADY'S WISH.
"Oh. how I do with my sktn was as clear and
snfr. n Tftllrs" Rruil a IhjIv to hor friend. "YOU
can easily msko It so,"anaweredthe friend. Howt"
inquired mo iirai iau
"Br usnirllOD Bitters that makes pure, rich
b'ood and blooming hea th. It did It tor me as you
nr-Nono eenulno without a bunch of green.
nons on the white labeL Shun all tho vile, ool.
sonous stuff with "Hop" or "Hops" in their name.
Is hereby given that an application will be made
before the Board of Pardons at Ilarrlsburg, at their
meetl g ot said board on Tuesaay ine ma aay or
fcDruarv A. iJ.. ln9o. lor ino paraon 01 omrius u.
convicted In the court of Oyer and Terminer ot
Columbia county at September term 18S3, ot the
ouence 01 ruuucrj .
HloomsburL. l'a.. K. H. IKELSH,
Jan. avth, ltta. Att'y for Dett's.
ESTATE Or JOHN XELCIINEK, DECEASED.
Letters testamentary In the estate of John
lieicnner, laie or ceni re townsuip, uoiumoia couu
tv. I'ennsvlvanla. have been granted bv the lteg
isinrnf R,idnoiiDtvto the undersigned executors.
All persons having claims against the estate of
said decedent are requested to present them for
settlement and those Indebted to tho (state to
make payment to the undersigned wnnoui aciay.
11. C KELCHNmt. 1
oeouoKW. KKLCIINEIt, ) Executors
K. L. KELCHNElt' J
Knorr Wlntersteen, ntty's.
ESTATE OF 0 EOItOE DESS, DECEASXU.
Letters of administration In the estate of 0or(te
ness. deceased, late or Hugarloaf twD. Colum
bia countv, l ennsylvanla, bav e been granted by the
lieglster ot said county to tne unaersignea Aamin
istrator. All Dersons having claims against the
estate of the deceased are requested to present
mem ior beiiiemeni, ana xnose inaeuicu iu mo
tate to make payment to the undersigned admin.
A. I. Frttj. Att'v. I. B. GIBBONS.
Jan. 9-tt Admmlstraior.
ESTATE OF DAVID ACHE.NBAC1I, DECEASED.
Letters ot administration In the esta'e ot David
Achenbacb, late of Orange township, Columbia
county, i'ennsvlvanla. have been granted by the
lieglster of said countr to the undersigned Ad
ministrator. All persons having claims against
the estnte of said decedent are requested to pre
sent them for settlement, and those Indebted to
the estate to make payment to the undersigned
without delay. ALBEUT C. ACHENBACH,
Jan 3-tf Administrator.
A flNUAL 8TA.TJJSIENT
BLOOM POOR DISTRICT
From Jan. 7, '84, to Jan. 12, '83,
JOHN K. OltOTZ, Treasurer.
To baL as per settlement Jan. 7, 1681 list to
casn receivea 01 ureenwooa aup. ltrc: .
" ' ' Bloom " littl 961 C4
" " scott " 18S3 em 10
" " " " Greenwood " 1KB 4SJ 37
" " " " sugarloaf " isb3 ea si
' "loom " last wi M
" " " Scott ' ism sail
" " " " Greenwood " last 78
" " " " centre township S7 U)
" " " Salem townshlu for
Stella Turner 27 50
" cash ree'd. Cslhartno Heller. 48 60
" Isaiah Fahrtnirer for Mrs.
Boon's bill 103 43
" cash reo'd. rent Long property a
" " " county Treasurer tax re
turned 41 SI
" cash reo'd. T. McBrlde, produce sold '6 OJ
" " Jacob Gelst ar., Hannah
" cash reed, bugarloat dup. lSte 71 15
" amt. notes In Treasurer's hands ISO 00
duo 'ITeasurer on Settlement..,
ta rai m
l)y ordeis of ust redeemed .
" uncollected notes
3 450 00
3 721 fO
PI 490 m
AWT. T AID.
tl TtU 34
tt m 17 ti lie a
Amt. out-standing orders Jan. 7, 1884....
" orders lued from Jan. 7, lest, to
Jan. is, 1683, Inclusive, .-.
r m 01
15 563 31
Amt. onlers redeemed
" outstanding Jan. 12, ltM
, 13 530
, 2 0JS 01
year ending January i, 15S5.
Auditors and c
1 clerks' bin Jan.7,ls4.
Geo A Clark, bl ink Looks
J u Brown surveying for water
Abe bnj der repairing pump at l'.H
T J Morris order ot relief
K It Punnan, coain lor Mrs Low
Jacob 'I em linger, order of reuet
W U Hess and John Dcrr, order ot relief..
Const KUner bringing cbuer to I' 11 ..
W Slorrls horse hire, two trips to sugar.
loaf for J Muizbennan
Centre township expenso, llosetta Dod-
son . ...
J5 II Little, fivs on suit Centre twp In the
Sarah Wltmlrecase... ,,
W Krlckbaum lees on same case
jonn M Clark, orders ot rtllef..
J 11 Kelm. smith work poor house
;?s. beer for 11 11
ordered by Barton o I 5
II Kleckner. lieef. ooor house..
(1 W liates, shoemaklug, poorhouso
I' W Ke leker, horse and wagon to take
KeUy to Iiani Ilia ,.s (a
car rare Mrs Metz to Danville .... 81
F W Hess, order of rcUef, Elizabeth Par
ker 1 M Clark taking depositions liloom Poor
district v centre township
tills Howell, county tax for I8S3
" " school " " ,
" ' poor " " ".
N Hoone, town tax '83 on Long Houso,,.,
J W correll, coruu for lluchler, p h.
N J Uenderehott, medicine p li. ...... 5 74
" " " Od., 19 47
John KlDports, " p h 3 83
" " blank books..., 1 33
D 1' mack, lumber
O It. Nendenhall, lumber, I 21 os
A 11 While
K woiever ,
E Eves i Ilro
Mathlas ShaRer bill for tank and tower.,
u u uaugnan, poor uousi.
Town ot moo ubburg, sewer pipe
Thomas Wright, building
J H Iteltz. beet r
W 11 Allen, county lax Long house, 1884
It Fa man paid
to more Elmer to Jour-
Klwclls lllttenbender ,
N 11 Wulle, lime, poor house . , ,
Haiuuel suarfer, work at poor houba. . .,
Jamed C&duiaD, cradlo for poor housu, .
Woodward, ollector, fcshool tax long
MKnorr, fmlin work, .
11 Kalrmnn. sooOlbpliospliMc...... .....
o Krujr, nosh, Ac., poor houvj
Centre township, cost nnd expenwj Ixsvt
... , . .... ,..-...... .
1, 11 Rupert, orders ot relict.
() H Wee, beer lor poor hou
Columbia county Republican
a i: imrtman, taking Em. cook to I. 11.,
ltedekcr, team lo take Margaret and Car
mine pawson inpoornouw
A Laubacli to J Fria, order relief it.
WMUeber, one year's salary, , .
.1 w Evan
Thomas Mcnrtdo, " "
caryMorru, " ..
lleeco Kalrman, " "
FM'lledeker, " ' .
j, i iiuiK'n,
postaijo and stationery.,
Four papers printing statement Jan 'SI...
Williams A Co
1) O Hall, digging an t ailing ditch
ronn tax on iong house 1881
C W Neal Bro, Coal p h
o A Jacoby " "
W F liodlne, painting ph. , . .,
.lohn V Vurscl, smith work.
0 A Klclm, medicine, p li 5 no
' " od 1 no
N J Hendrshott, mcdtclno p h 9 91
" " " o d 18 00
Aaron Hoone, lime
Moyer Bros, inedlclno ph.. IS so
" " oil 83 37
" ' paldfortrnmp 1 18
F Snviler, keeping iramp
Jacob DlctlanDACh, brooms
Jl C Woodward, constable.
statu nosriTAi. ron tiie insane.
Miry Hiikhcs ..
Mnnrlrr Hliu f Ar rennlra and merchandise
ior lamity nnu paupers ow. ti
Susan Heln Bloom
lllram Long "
Margaret Bower '
tnuls Helderbrand "
Frl Welmcr "
Ellen Harriet Kinney '
Hobert Morris ..- '
Mary .1. van lorn
Sarah Jones - "
Milton K Cox -
.ucrDiges . . -
Joseph Murry -
Mrs James Mccormick
Mary E Doan, Scott twp
Hannah Gclst, Montour twp
nessie lKxi-wn. ttiunin
Caroline luwson, Bloom
Matthias Rhott, suganoar .
Ituth nnd Ellen Donley, Greenwood
Mrs Brown. Scott two
John Boyer, ' - .
John Jones, "
Mrs Charles Hamilton
William Lewis ,
Wp. ihn imdnrslirned auditors of tho townships
romnrlslne tho Bloom lwr District met at the
l-oor nouse ou jiuuuu,, ..an i-.u,
pvaminM, ,hn if..nitr,Tfl of the Treasurer and 1)1-
rprrir rrnm .inn Tin. 11,-4 lo jail lilu itw, uiiu mu
vouchers for the same ana flnd them coriect as set
forth above. .
Ji"nr. b. no r.1.1, peon,
AD All HTT, nreenwood J- Auditors.
V. I). DE.NTLEU, Bloom )
VALUE Or REAL AHD PERSONAL rROPEI'.TT BEUNO'
INO TO ELOOU fOOB BISTKICT JAN. 12th, 1883.
Farm and buildings
Judgment on Dennis property
13 ioo on
,. 1789 .11
liaiotiuonm uupiiumw iur .....
" scoit, "
" nreenw'd " " "
" Sugarloaf " "
TruanollmalM pTnnpr.atlon.4. and COm-
4 S3 00
11 headcattle am "
1 breeding sow
Viirnlfnro In nnnrlinnsa 223 00
'. " steward's house 200 DO
228 bushel of wheat "i 1.5
100 " " potatoes so oo
ion head or cnDoace
3 busnei turnips ; 50
15 " neets
mtnn nf hnv 120 00
1550 bundles com fodder 62 00
600 bushel corn ears 13Q no
2S0 " oat - i
11 onions - "
2501 lbs pork and lard iw '
800 " beet 21 01
6 ton coal '2 '"'
230 ids nour op..
2V bushel beans . ';
lOOlus packed butter 20011
2 bbl elder vinegar 00
Long property 230011
$19 110 79
PIIODCCTS RAISED OS I'iltV.
SOU bushel wheat.,
3127 lbs pork and lard
20so bundle ot corn fodder
30 bundles of long straw
lsio ne a 01 caDuago
5 bbl cider
3 " saur kraut
433 lbs butter
181 dozen eggs
13 ton bay
310 lbs beet
Number paupers remaining last report...
" " admitted durtngthe year
removed during the year
discharged " " "
remalng Jan 12, "83..
Jan 21-4 U
Who always given you tho latest
styles, and cuts your clothing to lit
you. Having had the experience lor a
number ol years iu tho Tailoring lluai
ness, has learned what material will
give his customers the best satisfaction
for wear and stylo and will try lo
pleaBO all who give him a call. Also
Gents' Jumishiiig Goods
OF ALL DESCniPTIONS.
HATS, CAPS, AND UMBRELLAS
Alwnysof tlielatcs styles. Callander.
amine Ills stock li ore purchasing else
where. Corner Slain & Market Sts.
A MONTH and BOAHD for three live tounc
M-u or Ladles in each count. Ad4rrMlr,
W, ZIEOLKll & CO., 1'htladelpLla
iia.d A YEAR.'
hmiw.. ... . ..
The LrMgonr dhls.
Ion ot my nose was
about half gone, Iho
result of 23 years' ca
tarrh, I obtained a
hottloot Ely's Cream
Halmj have used four
bnttlts, which has
about cured up tho
no trlls. I had pre
vlouslv tried all ether
remedies on tho mar
ket without perma
nent relllef. J. A.
wood, M NO'th High
street, Columbus, o.
I Am cured of ca
tarrh nnd deafness by
fj7Vre'irr9 r.iy s iream iiaim. .uy
fsmm IT m V t- $ mini was ucai, it re
stored her hearing. I'. 1). Morse, insurance, Kilza
betli, N. J.
(ilvo It a trial. Ely's Cream Halm causes no
pain, (lives icllef at once. A thorouuh treatmeut
will cure. Not a liquid. Not n snuff. Apply into
nostrils. Price 60 cents at druggists; on cts. by
man, regisicrvn. mpio ootiie uy man lucvuiy.
i:i,V llltOTllKUS. Druggists OwegO, X. T,
rcu 0-4 w
"AINWUIUIIT a- CO.,
WllOUiSA l.K GliOOKllS,
rKAsi, fViiui's coFrrc. st!OAi(, Moi.issts
K1CO, griCXS. StOASD SODA.ftC., to.
N. E. Corner hcunrt nd Arch streets.
Sr-uraers will re eel' 1 1 lntt allrctl"
Obtained and all patent business attended to for
Our otllce Is opposlto tho U. S. Patent onico, and
n 0 can obtain rutents In less time than those re
mote from Washington
sen 1 model o drawing. Wo advlio as to pat
entability free of charge, and wo miko no charge
unless patent Is secured.
lie reier were, iu i usuuiiMer, mu ouiru ui
Money order Dlv , and to otllctala of tho U. B.
patent omce. For circular, advice, terms and
references to actual clients In your own state or
County, write to
A. SNOW c2fc O.,
opposite i'ate.11 omce, wasningtoa, u. v.
an 9 tl
4.1MMI I'ii.t rir .tKnf. sleii 1, wnm prr
nut. miiflfaeliliut ,.i,f 4Jim,.l r mliiry.
ft'iuiioiiimt ll,rUl, r tt.tlil,,,! ihrVurlit
rite lu J. C. Jli'i'ui-.t J V 4 o.. l'uU.iilli.11. "A.
TTo tiie IleutlcrH of
THE NEW IMPROVED-
Western Vtrashing Mnchine
Whicli is now being introduced iu this
section, and is already largely in use in
almost every Statu in the Union, com-.
mends itself by tho simplicity and ease
ot its operation, ami by the good woiu
that it does. The macliinn is easily
handled, and makes no slop, whatever.
The following Ustimony to its merit
will be of interest to the ladies ot
Elooms"burg and Vicinity,
and all who are interested in an im
portant improvement :
BLooMsr.CBci, Pa., Dec. 8, 1884.
Vandtrgrit Mfg. Co :
We bought from your agent, .Mr. C.
Meats, ono of your New Improved West-
cm Washers. Havo used It for llnte
weeKS and nrc much nlcasod with it. It !
saves labor, washes cleanly, does not wear
out the clothes unci works osllv. We can
licaitlly recommend it to everyone who
br.s washing to do. Hesp'y. Yours,
J1K3. r. Jl. 1 EATS.
Bi.oo.Msnci:o, Pa., Dec. 8, 1881.
VanHtiyrifl Mft. Co. :
Camden Mcars, Agent : I have becu in
the laundry business constantly during thu
past ten years, and have tried very many
different kinds of family washing ma
chines, one of which is the Jfew Improved
Western Washer, sold uy you, and 1 cucer-
fully recommend It 11s beiug tho best one
lor my worn mat 1 nave ever iriea. it
gives perfect satisfaction, and I would not
part with it for double the amount I paid
for It if I could not procure another one.
Any person wishing to see It In operation
can do so, by calling at my laundry.
0. Jl. Hkowk.
Proprietor Hloomsbtirg Landry, Dent
lcr'a new block, Maiu Street.
Ili-ooMsncno, Pa., Dec. 8, 1881.
ruiiuVrgiiyii Mfg. Oi. ;
Gentlemen : When your agent, Mr. C.
Mcars, solicited me to purchase one of
your Western Washing Machines, nothing
but a desire to bo courteous prompted mo
to glvo one moment's attention to It, as nil
the washing machines I had ever seen had
proved utter failures. Hut when your
agent, lu a commendablo spirit of fairness,
olfcred to sell your mnchine on Its merits,
I could not rcfusu to give it a fair trial. It
has now dono servlco in my laundry thret
months, mid I must say that It Is perfect It
every respect, doing its work thoroughly,
and with it one gill can do thu work o
two, without fatigue. It Is simply match
Jess. Very Truly Yours,
L. A. Shattuck, Jl. D.
TRV ONE I And if you aro uot
satisfied after giving it a fair trial re
turn the machine to our agent, and he
will refund your money.
Vandirgrift Mfg. Co.
I would say that I have secured tho agency for
the sale or the above l'onular Washing .Machine.
American Hand Planters and other manufactures
of tho atwonrm, lormo counties of Columbia,
Montour, Luzerne and Schu Ikill, and would be
pleaded to deliver, and Instruct In the use ot the
washer anyone who desires to buy one.
C MEARS, Agent.
Salesroom, 1). stroup's old grocery stand, .Main St,
1-J.12.am W.OOMSUURG, l'A.
BLQOMiBDiii PLANING MILL
The undersigned having put his Planing Mil
on ltallroad street. In nrsl-ciass condition, is pre
pureu iu uu an &iam ui ivuik 111 ui iiue,
FRAMES, SASH, DOORS,
turnisnea at reasonable prices. All lumber used
Is well seasoned mid uouo but skilled workmen
ESTIMATES FOR BUILDINGS
furnished on application. Plans and tpecinca
lias prepared by an oiperlenceddraughtiunau
uit irwBtaitoirMCrItb worit kludftbdof fonf
laltfliaer,lhll I sand T wO bUirlM FKKIS,
I I ALL KINDS
ORNAMENTAL IROJi FENCES.
OP CXHV Clt WKOUOIIT IHOM.
Tho following shows tho Picket Oolhlc, ono of
the several beaullfulstylesof Fence manufactured
by the undersigned. '
for Heauty and Durability they are unsurpas
ed. set up by experienced hands and warranted
to give satisfaction.
Prices and specimens of other de
signs sent to auy address.
GAS FITTIXH & STUjVM IIHATJM.'.
All kinds of work in Sheet Iron, Roof
ing and Spouting promptly
JirstUct attention given to heating by steam.
Corner of Main & East Sts.,
OK .1015 I'iilNTING
OK SHORT NOTICE
AT THIS OFFICE.
ALL WINTER GOODS
The JPlace to buy
The Place ! buy a Fiiae Siafit.
The JPBace t buy Boys' Suits.
The place in
Tie StoA Is
. B. JKOBBjWI
Foreign and: MamQtSJio
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND JOBBER IN CIGARS.
. C. mi & BRO.,
CARRIAGES BUGGIES, PHAETONS.
SLEIGHS, PLATFORM WAGONS, &C.
First-class work always on baud,
REPAIRING NBA TL YDONB.
Price reduced to mil the timet,
II, Q, Eshleman,
number and gas niter. Hear of Schuyler's hard
All kinds of llttlngs for steam, gas and water
pipes constantly on hand.
nttendedto ntBhort no-
Tinware ot every description mado to order.
Orders left at Schuyler Co's , hardwa.e store
will bo promptly Illlod.
Special attention given to heating by steam and
;y.ro';8,WA I tH-PHUUh ESI y.t'KS
or rattle. M A SUBSTITUTE for I'LAHTKlt
t llalfthe CotU OntlwU Ut bolldlDf. OA It PUTS
and HIT (J H of ime, donbl th vtu t oil cloth. CUtUofo
fib b 4W d
a nice Overcoat.
For tho Celebrated Clilckcrliig, Iveis &
Pond, und Voso & boa Pianos. World re
uowned Estcy Oru..ns, Violins, Accordeons
and Sbi'vt Music. Cclobiotcd White, New
High Arm Duvls, Mew Home, HoyalSt.
John, and Light Iiuuulng Domestic Hewliic
Machines. Needles, oil und attnclmicnts
for all makes of bowing Machines.
ZIAXLS.OAZ) TXXVXX3 TABLE.
Philado'pfiia & Erio R. P. Divis
ion, and Northern Central
tn rffict Nov
lltli, IBM t. Trains leaver Sun
Sunday), for IlnrrUburBandlntcimcdlatestatlona
arrlvlnirat l'liilaiUlphlnaiap. m. ; r.ew ork
aw p. ui. ! llaltimore, 0.10 p. in. ; WnshlDctou
r, vn ii. in . imineetiuirnt J'hlladelnhla tor all be
Mioro points. 'ihrouKh passenger coacli t
coop, m. Day cipress
d ally excei t bundayl.for Ilarrlsburg nnd Interme
diate, stations, arriving at Philadelphia
7.25 p. m. : New York, lavo p. m. j llaltimore
f.','0i'. in. ! Wuilnxton, MS p. m. Parlor car
thiouk'h to i'lill.idelphla and passenger coaches
throiiiiU to I hlhulelplilj nnd llullli, oie.
H vm p. 111.. w llil uoMioa .tccou modatlon (dally
for niirilt,Lut and nil Inuiincdlatc statloiu, arrlv
log at 1 Mljin iphla :i ru. m. ; ?,ew mrk cm 11. m
Meepliizcar uoii.ir.wl.itlons can U" setured at
li.inlsbi.ig lor I lillailelplilaandNew Yoik. on 11111.
dajK nthiuuKli klecpiuffc. 1 "ill be run; on this
train Horn llil.iii,p'iloi'hlladelplj.i.llilluilelphla
uassengeitfcaii Kiiiklulu sleeper undisturbed until
iu. ip. ....
2.30 a. in. 1.110 jl an many except .Monuay
for liarrlsbuig ui.d lutumeilUlu stations
arriUng at Philadelphia T.fio a. ni. New YoiV.
ll.su a. in. ; Iialtunoie 1.40 11. 111. ; nsliliigton, b.n
this tialn tu 1 lilladelpMn, linllliiiuie and WuHilng.
ton, and tin ougn pusteuger coaches lo Philadel
phia and ualiUnorc.
S.t0a. m. trio Jinll (daily except tundny), foi
Erluundul Intermediate stations and caunndal
gua nnd intermediate btntlons, itochester, Hum.
Wand Magara Fain, with th nush 1-ullman l'ul
ace eais and passenger coaches to Eile and Koch
ester. u.Ki-Ncws Kxpiess (dally except Sunday) for
Lock llaien and intermediate slaitous.
1.10 p.m. Niagara Kxpress (dally except Bun
day) for Kane uiidintciuiedUtcstatlons und Lau
nndalgua and principal luieiiuedlale sluttons
Kochestcr, Uuilali) mid Niagara Kails with
through passenger coaches to Kane and hochesler
and l urlorcirio WllllUmsport.
D.25 p. 111. r'ast Lino (dally except bundaylfor He
noo and lnlei mediate btailons, und Klmlra, Yut.
kins and lntemiediute btailons, with through pas
senger coaches to Uenovo and Watklns.
ti.noa. m.-bunday mall forllenovo and Interme
TIII10UGH TRAIN'S 1011 SUNBUltY KIIOMTUK
EAbT AND faOUTII.
Sunday mail leaves I'liiladelphla 4.80 a. m.
IlarrL-burg ..40 ai living at sunbury a.20 a. m. with
thioughsleeplngcar Horn Philadelphia to Wit
llauispoii. News express leaves I'liiladelphla 4.30 a. ra.
dally, IlMHsburg, H.w 11. in. dally except Suuday
arrl(ng at bunbury v.i3. a. in.
Niagara Express leaves
Philadelphia, 7.40 a. m. ; Ilaltluiore r.su u. m. (dally
except bunday arrlMng nl bunbury, 1. 10 p. m.,
with ihrougn l'urlor car irom l'lillunelplda
and through passenger coaches Ircm Philadel
phia and ballhuoie.
IMst Line leaves New York 8.00 a. m. i Philadel
phia, 11.10 a. m. i Washington, 0 40 n. 111. ;Valtl
inore, 10.5 j a. m., (dally except, bunday) ni riving a
bunbury, 5.20p.m., wlih through passenger
coaches from Philadelphia und lialilmore.
trio .Mall leaves ew lork H.cup. m. j Philadel
phia, 11.20 p. in. ; Washington, 10.10 p. m. ; Haiti
more, 11.20 p. m., (dally exiept bunda,) arriving
al bunbur) 5.15 a. m., with through Pullman
bleeping cars from Philadelphia, Washington and
llaltimore and through passenger coaches from
UNHIIKY, llA'.I.UTON & WII.KlllAltitE
ltAIMtOAD AM) NllllTII AND 1'.HT
IlltAMIl lit l.WAY.
(Dally except bunday.)
Wllkesbarre .Mail leaves bunbury 10.30 a. in..
arriving ut Illoom l erry n.27 o.m., Mlkes-barre
i'.ta p. 111.
Express East Ichcs Sunbury 6.53 v. m.. arriving
at Illoom leny 0.30 p. 111., llkes-barru .Oj p. in.
bunbury .Mall leaea WlUcesbarre iu3u a. 111. arriv
ing at bloom Ferry 12.01 p. m.,f,unbury 12.55 p, in.
AAlirera ,,eaL iua,en ,iii.es uarrou.a p. 111.,
riving al Bloom Ferry 4.15 p. in., bunbury 5.10
C1IAS. E. PL'GII, J. II. WOOD,
um. .Manager. uen. Passenger Agent
piIILADELPHAANii KEADINO Hlvl)
AKRANGEMENT OF PAtiSEisG l Jt
Nov, 10, 1881
TS1IMS LS1VX HCmar 18 t'OLLOmVCNliAY
For Now York,l'hil&dclphla,Reaaing,Potthvil
faicaqna, ec, 11,57 a. m,
For Catawlssa, 11,51 u. m, 0.13 and U.50 p. in
For villlamsport,6,5isi0 45a. m.an'M.u p. 1,1
KorLewlsburgandSunbur, 4.0J p. ta.
TJiiiiayoa scrKST lkivi as ruwjon, ,ihi,m
Leavo Nev York, via. Tamaijua 8 45 1. 111. uud
via. Hound lirook Kouto 1,45 a. in.
Leave Philadelphia, 11,50 a. 11..
Leavo Itealuig, 11,53 a. ni rnttsvlu, . , to ,
mdl'amaqua, 1,4 1 p. ra.
Leavo Catawtssa, ,50 10.30 a. m. una 3 tt p. in.
Leave Willis Disport, ,toa.m, 4.05 and 5.40 p. rn.
ixmupuuuui, ihii. ul.
" Lcwlsburg 4.13 p.m.
Passengers to and fro ji 1'hlla (elphla go throuh
without change ot cars.
J. 14. WUOTlLSi
. General Manf get
0. G. ItANCOOS,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Jan.10. ls6t tf.
QELAWAKi:, LACKAWANNA AND
a.m. a,ni. p,
5 50 v 40 2
p.in. a. in.
5 55 11 4)
II 111 II 50
6 09 U 57
'J on',, Lackawanna!,
8 59 Plitston
U It 10 04 2 46
0 S3 10 09 8 51
S 28 10 14 2 56
8 27 1
8 S3 1. .West l'lttstou,
8 IB 12 52
8 19 ,
8 35 ,
0 II 12 II
8 12 12 43
8 08 12 40
8 08 12 3?
8 0.1 12 31
7 5!) 12 20
7 54 12 20
7 60 12 15
1 43 12 01
7 tU 11 55
7 18 12 U
7 11 11 '1
7 05 11 28
C 58 11 W
6 51 11 14
50 11 15
43 11 08
30 11 01
( 30 10 54
9 25 10 51
8 08 10 35
t (0 10 28
3 55 111 21
5 40 10 10
p Ul. a.m.
0 32 10 17 3 00
..liennett ss 10 20 3 03
..Kingston a 4U 10 25 j6
8 35 .
..jungsion ...( 0 49 II' m a cs
) Plymouth Juno1 ti 50 10 29 8 11
i'ljmnutlu... 0 55 10 33 3 15
....Aionaaie. , 7 in l J7 J vu
.. N'aniicoke ..I 7 05 10 41 3 !4
llunluck's Creek; 7 12 10 48 8 32
7 24 10 t9 8 45
7 47 11 10 8 57
7 53 II 10 4 Oil
8 00 11 18 4 10
8 Oil 11 84 4 16
8 10 It 7 4 19
8 14 11 40 4 23
8 21 11 46 4 SO
8 28 11 tl 4 36
8 SI 11 57 i 42
. . Danville...,
6 51,catawi'u lirldge 8 89 13 tv 4 47
3ii, . Danville.... 8 55 13 20 5 re
ft 29 ....ChUlatky,,,, 9 03 13 28 5 It
tt 25 .... Cameron.... 1) (xt 12 33 n 16
10 Northumberland 9 10 13 60 5 to
".111. 1 a.m. p.m. p.in
W. V. IJALSTKAD, Suj.
Superintendent's omce, Scranion, Feb. 1st, 1603
YV1I EY UCftELLB
. Head Qaurters tor
Nails ahd W agon
Jiukers' and lihick.
110 r mukiin AU'., also
naieiouuisiil I rank,
tin Ae., and 105 cen.
may 23 1 y
Olllrela Netr Vurk.
rrom Am. Journal of M.l.
"Dr. Ah. UunL uhn
IraakM a tpacUltjr of LpUeinr
Bhai i wlthiiui duubt tn;td
Dr. All. MLStllOLE, Kg, M John Bt.,N York.