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It Is discovered tlmt the dwarf who
In to marry Mrs. General Tom Thumb
deliberately assumed tho tltlo of a for
olgn count for the purposo of making
himself bs small ns possible. A V,
Senator Haynrd is famous among
the exlcurcs of tho Natl o mil Capital for
his skill in preparing terrapin for tho
table.1" The Senator always goes into
tho kitchen and prepares tho tcrrrapin
with his own hand for his invited
guests. Washington Star.
Newspaper reporters are known to
bo tho most truthful -of men. Their
calling teaches them accuracy, nnd
thoy could not bo untruthful if they
would except. Tho exception ix
when in tho course of their business
they 'are called upon to describe the
personal appearauco of ladles. Hero
their gallantry betrays them into over
stating the facts. Gincinnatti
Melbourne, Ark, with a population
of 250, has four churches, any ono of
which will hold the entire population.
Tho Junior Carlcton club is being
extended, and wilt bo tho largest club
in London. It has not a very high so
cial standing, being full of young Tory
provincial attorney and commercial
t For seven years a Now Hampshire
mechanic mado a circuit of half a mile
twice per day rather than pass a pow
der house. The other day he learned
that it had been empty for eight
Since tho birth of the first Prince of
Wales in 1284, more than sis centu
ries ago, tho titlo has been borno by
seventeen persons, but tho present pos
sessor of it Is tho only ouo who has
lived to see a son attain his majority.
"No," said a Vermont deacon, I
don't approvo of horso rauin', but when
another member of tho church becomes
so codlcss as to try to pajs mo on tho
road coinin' homo from meetin', I feel
it my duty to let out on tho reins, just
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Ket'lJ Ullll irum puiiui ms ituoi. in
Considerable commotion was caused
among the clerks in the Post Office at
Yincennes,.Ind., recently over a pecu
liar noise issuing from a mail bag,
which on being opened was found to
contain a largo grey eagle. It carao
from tho West, and is supposed to
have been captured by the route
A whito man nnd a colored man
both smoking cigarettes and both ap
pearing to bo wealthy and independent,
occupied an open pbaHon which was
, .1 , . . . . r ,
u riven inrougn me sireus oi unanes
ton. They created a sensation. An
inquisitive reporter investigated tho
matter, and found out that the white
man was a rich Northern tourist who
travelling with a mulatto servant.
A 1 rench writer ascribes to Sarah
Bernhardt much of tho demoralization
now existing in French social life. Ho
charges her with having inaugurated
me passion tor strange abnormal char
acters, thrilling stories about the pri
vate lives of actresses, and the craving
lor sensation of every kina. It is lair
to add. that 1; ranee was by no means
destitute of all this sort of thing bo-
fore the famous Sarah trod the stage.
A man in' LewistDn, . Me., recently
uougnt a cow ot a local cattle dealer.
Some". ono jokingly asked' him if ho
know that the cow was so old as not to
have any teeth in her upper jaw. Tho
man went home, and, upon examining
the cow, found that sho had no teetli
in that region, and promptly returnee1
tho cow. It was with some difliculty
thai ho was made to understand that
cattlo have no tepth in their upper
A marriage was arranged somo time
ago between two perons of royat rank.
Unfortunately, the male party to the
contract was not handsome, to
say the least of it, and when he travel
ed across the ocean to meet his bride
tho greatest caro was taken to prevent
tho friends and advisers of tho lady
from seeing him. Ono of tho friends
and advisers, however, removed all
perplexities by observing : "You need
not take so much trouble to keep your
man out of Bight. Ho may bo ugly
enough, but he can hardly be more
than half so ugly as our woman."
Tho form into which a diamond is
cut has great influence on its beauty
and fire. Tho most common aro what
are allied tho "btilliaut" and the
"rose," or rosette.'" Tho latter, so
named from its similarity to an unopen
ed rosebud, was one of the earliest
forms in use. and is applied generally
to the cheaper kinds of stones.
It is a sort of pyramid, with a tlat
base, and inclined facets, terminating
upward in a pointed apex. The tlat
base is imbedded in tho setting; and
thereforo in tho ro?e diamond tho whole
of tho stone appears projecting above.
The brilliant is the most valuable
form. It may bo considered as form
ed of two pyramids, connected togeth
er at their 1 ases, with the npex of
each truncated or cut off, and tho sides
worked into facets, as in the case of
the rose. Tho stone is held in seitiug
at tho broadest part, or junction of tho
pyramid; one pyramid projects upward
in sight, tho other is hidden below, to
that only half tho stone, or somewhat
lest, appears; but tho hidden part w
more powerfully effective in adding to
Tho diamond cutter has to perform
a most difficult undertaking, namely :
to givo about sixty symmetrical and
regular faces to stones sometimes only
an eighth of an inch in diameter, with
out any mechanical aids whatever to
his judgment ; and yet producing,
without a particle of unnecessary
waste, tho very largest stone geomet
rically poessiblo out of the rough body.
This, of course, can only be tho result
of great skill and long experience.
Havinp mado one facet ho judges by
his eye tho exact anglo at which tho
stone must be placed to cut tho new
one, ond tho oxaot depth to which the
grinding for tho latter must bo carried;
and so accurately is this dono that it is
Vflrv Kplilnm n frnvl u-nrtmnn At'nr lina
to revert to a facet for correction, after
lie baa once passed it over.
An exchange very truthfully remnrks
that uovernor Uleveland will nnd it
impossible to please tho licpublican
editors. Ordinary people wero of tho
opinion that his recent letter of resig
nation was about as brief and explicit
as was possible to make a publio docu
ment. All the Governor said was : "I
hereby resign tho oflico of Governor of
New York," and now tho Cincinnati
Commercial comes out with tho criti
cism thaUho word "hereby" wai alto
For sheep losing their wool, bathing
with saltpetre water, one ounce to the
cjuart, is recommended.
; THE qOliaiirAND
Preparing Land for Grass.
A correspondent of the Country
Gentleman writes :
"Where Innd is intended tobu sued.
ed down, whether In connection with a
grain crop or without, it should rccoivo
extra attention in order to favor the
ncrcased demand of tho double crop
of the grain nnd tho forago plant, or
tho latter if aon nlono sq as to secure
not only n good catch and a good
start, but to continue tho growth nnd
sustain tho plant during tho drought
which seldom tails to occur, in this
way a fair to good crop is realized the
samu season if grown without. nn ac
companying gram crop, with tho pros-
pcci ui an liicreasen yiciu uiu lunuw
ing season, to bo further kept up with
manure, which, if properly applied,
will suffer no loss on crass lands, tho
network of roots which forms tho nod
appropriating nil, timo in suuh caso be
ing allowed for this. Further, a good
cover of grass will provent the rays of
tho urn and the drying winds fiom
getting access to tho ground, and will
hold tho dew nnd the moisturu ot tain
longer. Tho main loss of moisturo is
what tho Plants themselves lako Iroin
tho soil, and tho greater tho quantity
tho bettor, as it is a measure" of tho
growth of tho crop. This measure op
plies to tho roots of tho plant as well,
which penetrate deeply if favored by
culture, and this culture, deep and mel
low, Is necessary, when it is considered
what an amount of water grass tnkes
from the soil, the process goinjjon dur
ing tho entire season, from early spring
till latu fall, the grains occupying but
half that time. Deep cnlturo is there
fore of more importance in growing a
grass crop than out- of grain. As in
our droughty cliniato wo do not obtain
the requisite amount of moisture from
tho air, wn must seek for it in tho
ground, and only in its depth can it bo
obtained. In this way heavy crops
and a good sod aro secured, tho sod
when turned down, still fuither bene
fiting the laud by introducing vegeta
ble matter, when distributed through it
is ono of tho licit means of favoring
moisture. Th'n prepares the ground
not only for further growing gias or
clover, of any other forago crop, but in
a superior manner grain, including
wheat, if the soil is composed largely
"The growing of sod, a-i is well
known to good fanners, is one of the
principal means of improving land, ns
the dairy regions hive long since
shown in this country and grazing iij
England. ISadly l educed land has
been renovated and made profitably
productive in tho clay loams of Central
New York by a single two years' course
of clover aided or.iy by plater, good
yield of hay being realized at the same.
So, with a fair set of grass which can'
ba obtained on worn-out land only by
early sowing on winter grain in the
spring or, better, on land" prepared in
autumn without the grain a good sod
has been secured in a few years by tho
uao of mineral manures adapted to tho
land. Tho value of the fertilizers was
realized in the crop grown, while tho
main benefit vegetable matter in tho
soil was secured in the sod, where
farm manure was wanting. But all
this must bo preceded by a good prep
aration of the soil, comminuting nnd
deeply working it. which "wjjl tell in
future years in its favor; 'just as bad
treatment will still further rcducc.it."
Grass er Cultivate! Jocund for Fears.
According to tho Germantown "lele-
graph nothing seems more surprising
than tho rapid movement which seems
to have been made tho last fifteen to
twenty years in lavor of growing pear
trees in grass. Wo well tcmember,
when tho subject was first mooted,
what a storm the suggestion made. It
was looked on ns the height of absurd
ity, and those who recommended it
wero thought to bo lunatics of tho
most confirmed description. We no'v
ever took any sides in this question un
til our own experience proved its val
ue, aud when we have successful in
stances of pear culture in gr.t3s, as we
often have. Wc do not' deny that
then! aro many good cultivators who
havo excellent success in what h called
clean culture of pear orchards. Their
error has been in regarding it as the
only successful plan. As wo have said,
it is rather remarkable how great is
tho change tho other way; nnd we
should not be surprised ono of these
days to find tho publio running to tho
opposite extremo and insisting that'in
grass only can pears be grown. Wo
aro confident that tho crops aro more
regular, the fruit more perfect, and tho
trees aro better protected against
blight. Wo do not, jn fact, ever re
member having a pear tree to die of
blight not that we believo crass is a
perfect protection, only that such is the
'in. t :.. ....:e i..
in grass than in cultivated land, and
generally is more moist, and then, too,
tho roots aro never disturbed. Wo
hivo lost several standard and a num
ber of dwarf trees by blight ; in, fact,
latterly not a year passes that thero is
not a diminution of our trees in this
way ; while in grass nothing but old
ago seems to cause them to succumb.
hen wo say that wo have three trees
on our premises said to bo full 160
years old, in good bearing condition,
one of them apparently as good as ever
it was, we think there is good ground
for our opinion.
A Novel Oure for Hiccough.
A young Kastonian, whila sitting in
a restaurant, was seized with a violent
attack of hiccoughs, which resisted all
the remedies his friends could think of,
when tho proprietor wont out into I lie
bar-room and tapped a glass of beer
and cot n largo carving knife and came
in with the knile concealed behind him.
Ho held the beer up to tho man's mouth
and suddenly drew out tho knife and
jammed it down in front of his face
into tho beer aud ordered him to drinks
Tho unusual proceeding on tho part of
tho landlord ho Irightened the tellow
that he could not nt first drink, but lie
hnnllv drained the glass, leaving notli
ing in it but tho carving knife, and it
had the effect of entirely curing him of
his hiccouchs. J:aston, (J'enn.) Ex
press, An exchange hits tho nail on tho
head when it t-ays t "When you hear
a man suecilng at tho local papers, you
can stately net that iio dots not squati
der his wealth in assisting to mako
them better, anil that oenerally tho iia
pers have done more for him than he
has for them. Tho man who cannot
seo tho benefit mining to n town from
its newspapers, hasn't tho sense of an
oyster, and ho is about ns much
value to a town as a delinquent tax
A lifo prisoner in the Albany peni
tentiary, during his leisuio moments,
found tho Old Testament to contain 2,
728,100 lelterp, 592,303 worJs, 23,211
verses, 020 chapters and 39 books.
The New Testament contnius 838,880
letters, 181,223 words, 7,054 verfceu,
GQ chapters, and 27 books.
Jas.'II. Mercer states that indiges
tion prepares every ono for disoasc,but
guarantees Acker's Dyspepsia Tablcto ,
to euro all forms of indigestion.
Ask James; II. Mercer about Acker's
Wood Klixir7'Mi5' only preparation
guaranteed to cleanse tho blood and
rcmovo all clironlo diseases.
Jas. II. Mercer distinctly states that
Acker's English llemedy has and does
euro contracted consumption. Ask for
circular. An entirely now medicine,
Want or1 M'nrnlnK nml Coin Tor l.
'If you aro suffcrlntf from poot health or
languishing on a bod ot sickness, trtko ch'-cr
it you arc simply" ailing, or If you feel
'weak and dispirited,
'ing why, Hop Hitters
'will surely euro you.
if you aro a minister, nnd
havo overtaxed yourself with j our
pastoral duties, or a mother, worn out
with caro nnd work, or a rnn ot business or t
labor, weakened by ,tho strain of your everyday
duties, or a man ofjetfers tolling over your, mid
night work.llop Hitters win most sureiy strength
If you nre sulTcrlng from ovcr-enllng nr
drinking, nny Indiscretion or dissipation,
or ,aro youiifi and growing too fast, ns Id
often, the case,
"Or It you are In tho workshop, on tho
''farm, nt tho desk, any whero, and feel
'that your system Heeds cleansing, ton
'Ing, or stimulating, without tntoxlcnt
Ing, If you aro old,
'blood thin and Impure, pulso
feeblo, nerves Unsto ily, faculties
'waning, Hop Hitters Is what you need to
glvo you new life, health, nnd vigor."
Is you ar costive, or dyspeptic or suffer
ing from nny other of the numerous dis
eases otthoktomach or bowels, It Is your
own fault It you remain 111. If
you arawastlng away with any form
of Kidney disease, stop tempting death this
moment, and turn for a cure to Hop Bitters.
If you are sick with that terrible sick
ncss, Nervousness, vou will find n "Balm
In Gllend" In Hop Hitters.
If you aro a frequenter, or a resident, of,
a miasmatic district, barricade yoursys-
tern against tho scourge ot all countries
Malaria, Epidemic, HIIIous and Inter-
mlttcnt Fevers by tho uso ot Hop Hitters.
If yon havo rough, pimply, or sallow skin, bad
breath. Hop Hitters will give you fair skin, rich
blood, th sweetest breath and health. MM will
bo paid for a caso they will not cure or help.
A LADY'S WISH.
"Oh, how I do with rav skm was ns clear and
'soft as yours," said a lady to her friend. -'Vou
can easily make It so,"answeredtho friend. How?"
'Inquired the nrst lady
"By usngllnp miters thatmakes pure, rich
b'ood and blooming hea tli. It did It for me as you
tr-Xono genuine without a bunch of green
Hops on the white labeL Rhunall tho vile, poi
sonous stuff with "Hop" or "Hops" In their name.
ESTATE OF JOUN KSI.CIINKII, DECEASED.
letters testamentary in the estate ot John
Kelchner, lato of Centre township. Columbia coun
ty, Pennsylvania, have been granted bv the Keg
lsterots'td county to tho undersigned executor.
All persons having claims against tho estate of
said decedent are requested to present them for
settlement and those Indebted to tho fstatoto
make payment to tho undersigned without delay.
H. O KF.LCHNEK, )
oeohok w. KKI.CIINF.R, VEiecutors
F. U KELCHNEU' j
Knorr ft Wlnteretecn, attya.
ESTATE OF FREDERICK WILES, DKCK19ED.
Letters testamentary In tho estate of Frederick
"Wiles, late of Jackson township, Columbia
county, lvnnsj lvaiita, havo been granted b the
Jieglster of said county 10 the undersigned execu
tor. All persons having claims against the estate
of said decedent nre requested to present them
for settlement and those Indebted to the o-tat to
make payment to tho undersigned without delay.
An election for officers of the Catawlssa Bridge
Company for the ensuing year win bo held at tho
house of Mrs. Hester Klstler in the Town of cata
wlssa, on Monday, March S. between tho hours of
one and six o'clock p. m. of that day.
J. H. HOH1NS.
THE OLD STAND
under the Exchange Hotel, still takes tho lead.
Hair Dressing, Shaving, Dyeing, Shampooing and
all wo'k la my line promptly and neatly done.
BILLIARD & POOL TABLES.
Jan 30-tf Proprietor.
16.0 A YEAR,
gTATEMENT OP THE
From January 1st, 1884, to January 3th, 18S5.
STATEMENT SHOWING TAXES ASSESSED AND
S I s 2 8
" - " 5 i
: L-. ,J2, :
tf.3S8t IMODJ18 30 JI43 28 Ntl (HI
8S8-JI 74 00 10 00 RliSl 74 00
1901 511 m 50 83 00 610 34 M &0
4013 OS TOM 138 65 SI78 28 79 60
1141 HI 71130 8 30 149 39 76 3
1S33 39 0251 C845 47iI3l 0! 30
1(74 15 in III 788 87 Ml
1633 S3 78 30 31 43 1421 76 73 30
23S8 73 60 1 00 28J(i'J 60
HIT 19 83 00 S7 H 10 14 83 00
Ml 37 41 03 8 00
1C6109 101IKI 3376 OH IS 1'4(0
V7l!8S 40 ft) 543 51843 40 60
U7S 43 43 50 4 15
1SM8 37 1J3 60 11 40 627 60 IM to
10IH48 13 51 !!T03 407 60 73 50
613 90 43 M 21 56 213 58 43 50
HK1HI8 7750 3063 33059 71 50
1813UI t4150t2030 tlOSW T4150
MM MM) 19 53 844 17 68 50
853 67 6,100 3 86 21T09 53 (0
4W8S 66 60 313 268 53 M 60
40(47 40O0 800 " "
ll'll S7 7350 1193 476atf 73 60
86270 63 00I 4" Oil 85 U)
,58,313.16 1,53T.0J 70S.5J 11,594.91 1,40:1.00
AMOUNT DUE FOR YEAItS l'HEVIOL'S TO 181.
tisS 75 1 f 5 (
181 47 I 71 10
..... ,j j,,
491 M I 8) 00
1970 721 m 76
A. V. JOHNSON, TIIKASUREH OF COLUMBIA
COUNTV, AUCtlui r Ml I II rAlli (.Ul'fl.
IV ON COUNTY FUNDb.
January 1st, 1884,
To amount uncollected prior to 1884 J 8
" amount on hand at last K'ttlement ,. 2
" county tax asseshed In 1881, 28
" tax on registry ot voters ,
" o W Miller, old counter
) WM Imon rent old tall ,
' Jonas Kline " " "
l'arker Kcsternld plank..., ,.,,,
11 (1 W sterner, old s(oe, ic,
" uo Hartley -paid I'ollsliJakeD note -
and Jury fee
11 w M stoker tax exonerated and Unco
paid to Treasurcr.i.... i ........
"OA Shumanfor same,, i ......
" (.' h Artley old luinbt-r . .
Samuel Winner, jr., old plank
" l' 11 Knt coats on writ vs. Jos. Weiss .
Charles Klndlg old siding
" John L Kllno siungles Hrush Valley
bridge " .
" Widow Keller deed held by Uonuuls.
' Henry Wbltmlgut 1 stove.,, . .
1 1 v r.vesa stoves ,,,
Ilartnan llas.-rt 3stO)et, .............
' W llt'ox 1 stove
J J Mellenry old brtdgo
' Wm llurreit I stove ,.
Tho Town it llloomsburg rent for pid
tall stable, i .,. ,
' tleo 1 Hauler deed held by Commts.
Daniel Ohl old plank
' county tax on unseated land
1 county tax on seated land ....
1 road titx on seated land
i .. ,. . unseated land.........
school wx,on " "
i ii i. v geatod land, ,....
( poor tax " ' " ... ,
i '.i .i undated land
' special poor tax on unseated land
' special poor (ax on, scaled land ........
1 soeclal school tax on seated land
' " " uuneatedland.
roaa tax ob unseaieu laud .
" on leated land .
1 seated land tax slule distribution
unseated land tax tinc distribution..
1 Mint 'National Uanu county order No.
?jy not rcueeineu. .v
' J M Larlah old Drill f-
' Hloonuburg iron ixiJ old plank
- ft w OUUllt VUi avu, rt .
PEMO(mALOOppTfgg. iSQLjgljBM-COUNTY, PA.
" Wm Krlckbaum Jury fees 41 OT
" U W M Low old plank . 4 0'
" redemption mtney on Abraham Heo.
. rer tract Htlarcreek . 10 Srt
" redemption money on 1 K Schweppcn.
hclscr tract Heaver ., 10 9)
" redemption money on Abraham 8ny.
der tract Main 4 01
" Wm Krlckbaum fees for registering
dogs t m
" amount received from dog fund 8 .1 33
PV COMMISSION. EXONERATIONS AND IIE
Tl'H.NS AI.WIW KP COI.I.KOTOHS FOll 1WI
AND ritlSVIOlm YtfAllM.
District, Com. Ex. Districts. Com. Kx.
rranklln (37 13 Jackson tlSMfofli
Hoarlngcr'k so uv
ad tru is m locust
69 711 CO
49 fit 17 VI
no .ml r. 10
M 88.12 05
I I 49
VI 83 M 77 Main
HM 67 511 83 Minlln
fit oh n 60 Montour
40 (V) II 22
M oil n2 ll Mt. l'icasn't 29 m u
55 ii 3 no ornngo 43 m, b m
an in n as Pine so mi 8 so
(3 is li 43 Hoarlngcr'k 19 0.1 t 97
4'l 85 13 OllSCOtt B9 M 31 IIS
13 CI 4 TUibitgarloat 31 C9. 8 Tr
11169 4339S 80
Ily total commission $ 11S9 43
' total exonerations vnd returns siwhi
" county orders redeemed 31(113 hi
" amount due from collectors i&im M
" discount on order No. 739..... Stir
" amount paid to meet atato quota 41 43
" commission to treasurer tsoi K3
" balance In hands of treasurer 3 31
I A. SI. .IDIINfON IN ACCOUNT WITH 1)00
I FUND, JANUAItV 1st, 1881.
To nmount duo nt last settlement. ,, , tlMH 'a
" amount assessed In 1881 133710
" added tax Hemlock dupllcatj m
" nmount on hand at last settlement..,. 103 03
Com. Ex. Districts.
(2 17 t 60 Franklin
9 nil Locust
2 ro Madison
4 ) Main
0 60 Minlln
5 no Mt. Pleasant
2 oo orango
t 9 no
4 40 n oo lloarlngcrk
2 10, S t'O HCO't
2 on I 60 sugarlo.if
(69 66 191 50
Hy commission to collectors
f 69 ;t
58 1 23
, 813 3S
. 1575 ?B
exonerations aiioweu cuucciura
orders p Id oil SSI
amount paid to county
amount due from collectors
commission to treasurer
A. M. JOHNSON, TIIKAStntHIt, IN ACCOUNT
WITH fiTATF. FUND.
January 1st 1SS4.
Tostato ta assessed for 1884 J708 55
amount paid to meet statu quota rroni
county funds 41 43
HY COMMISSION ON DUPLICATES SETTLE!
f l ' Hemlock
03 I orange
1 37 l'lne
4 1 i ltoarlngcreek
1 78 I SCOtt
Hy commission to collrctors
amount paid state quoti ior lwt.
commission to treasurer. ,
COMMISSIONED' EXPENSES FOlt WHICH
OHDKliS WKIH3 ISSUED ON
.1. s. o rimes bill for teachers Institute...
$ 191 00
ouy Jjcoby auditing public nccuunts....
liucKaiew uro snorso uirc taxingeieciion
blanks to Herwlck
Moyer Hro's. expressago
Kji 3icrunncy exprtssagu
John Mourey taking 1 prisoner to I'nlla.
(I. W. sterner covering books
wm. KricKoaum rccoraing names ot twp.
A, 11. Stewart taxes refunded on lands
sold not In county
I H. Kline et nl bill fomost inortoin case
John Mourey taking Cath. Managhana
discharged prisoner to centralla
J. M. Clark acknowledging com. deed....
. i . jutiuiejt-r ireus. uiuuuuc uu t.-m'r
A. M, Johnson trcas. losson trade dollars,
taken from col
J. M. Uwlnneret nl bill for post mortem
John .Mourey taking Mary Sullivan to
Wm. Chrlstman et al com. In lunacy case
John Mourey, taking two persons to
John Hoffman, costs In caso of county vs
Wm Krlckbaum, prolhonotnry bill ....
First National Hank, money loaned on or-
J 1489 80
couirrs' jukoh-s pay and constable's
John Mourey serving Jury notices
runu jurura uunug jear
Traverse Jurors " "
Constable's re' urns during year
court crier during ear
Tipstaves " "
S N WnlKer, stenographer, f 10. per day..
hwanK vs ri x v ii it it
" Helfrlck vs Frtck
" com vspeybert
" Orangevllle s Fund vs Henrlo
" Ueran vh Itellly
" com vs lMson
" com vs Ijeikowlcs
" Loughlln vs Miner
Ceo W Derr. lurv commissioner
Abraham Hlce, " " . .
John D Casey, clerk, to same
COSTS IN COMMONWEALTH OASES WHEHE
THE COUNTY HIX'AME LIAULE
Justice's constables and witnesses
it K Little, late District Attorney
It HucUnglum, " "
Win Krlckbaum, Clerk of Court
ItOAD AND B11IDOE VIUWEItS AND
sundry persons ns viewers
John Hurrord damage, Flshlngcreek
.1 Jl tJCWlll
1) A Munson
l'eter M Karshner
T W Karnes
lino Hshlogcrceck ,
John & Jonathan Lemon, damage, Green.
Pen S' Iner, damace, Centre
Joshua Kelferinan, comml-loner attend
ing road views
Charles ltelchart, commissioner attend
ing road lews.
11 F Edgar, commissioner attending road
COMMISSIONED' OFFICE AND COUItT HOUSE.
LJ Adams, auditor 23 OO
O W Hess, " 23 00
Gai rick Mallcry, auditor 23 no
Hloomsburg ivaterco., vvaterrent 4 50
1' K Vanuatu, painting 11 47
J II Oisey watlng accounts for 1S83 23 00
v o llalilgnan, repairs at court House.... 11 50
James Cndman, agent, stand 3 60
Patriot Publishing Co., . 6 00
1'hebe Cox et al cleaning Court House. .. 17 11O
John F l'ursel, blacksmith bill 8 23
8 W Garrison carpenter work 23 41
O W Neal liro., coal for Court House. ... 162 79
Geo A Clark, stationery 5 50
Menagh and comnan, Irostlng windows.. 40 37
Dennis Donovan, work at court house.,,, 1 88
Win Chrlstman, work at oillce 41 25
II L Thomas, peas 5 ui
Fred schwlun, hauling 7 (
ti It Ilousel, work at twice U 00
J W llaeder, binding Columbian..,. ... 4 Ml
W u Allen, work at omco 84 00
J II Sneei', bill rendered ... 23 tl
L llunyan Co., Hardware 10 92
0 l: Savage, tending town clock 10 00
Grant S Herring, work at oillce 18 00
John S Mensch, lime. . 8 (j
J Hachman w ork at court house 131 Si
H II Urower heating and plumbing as 'r
contract .. 5203 0)
D 11 Coilman work at court house 07 2
While Wlrta w ork at court house , 2tl 51
A V llower work at court houso 7 60
John Whltcnlght stone for court liouso .' 12
Charles Krug lumber, &o , 32211
V. It hhulti work at Court house 193 12
M K Cox work at court houso ..... 21 w
wniGlger hauling brick etc 86 21
1 W McKelvy, bill rendered no .11
1" 1' BUlineyer billrendercd li
FreasHrown Insurance on court house,,, 106 27
INrman iiasi t repairs (A 14
John w Krumt r carwntcr work at court
houso ., 2i 25
W J corrcll locking glass 5 00
The tt l!o., ard Walcuand Cluck Co., new
town clock as percontract 700 00
BluoinGoscororgas , , 131 14
J 11 Ktlnger work at court house 124 03
Hloomsburg Iron Co. Iron for clock
weights 6 00
Samuel .Meu work at court houso 1 ui
F. II Urower repairs, etc 8 1 15
J. I Hrower malting court room 112 (
Moyer Hros paint, etc 10 m
'IboaiasGorreyrepalringHegbter'aonico 20 on
0 M and J K IK-kard lumber 58 12
1 ouH Hcrnhard working on old clock, eto 23 to
Knorr 4 Wlntcrstceii drawing specinci-
tlons, etc , , 8 00
E It lkcle' attorney lor commissioners. , . too 00
Joshua Fcilerman commissioner 4iu ui
HF Edgar commissioner ., 404 (O
Chnrlin Helchard commissioner 378 00
John H Casey clerk 800 0 1
c A Klclm medicine for prisoners ... .... 0 72
Thomas Gorrey work at Jail 5 73
11 F Oarduer tfiullng prisoners for I803 . . 1 1 w
Holmes schuyli-r hardware 4 01
v w Neal Hro. coal , 400 as
(1 W Hates repairing prisoners' shoes .... 8 va
llarman & llassert repairs ... . ...... Ion w
J U Skeer bill rendered .... . 147 21
I'M Drinker repairing locks. 3 00
Nathan Chromls hau Ing aWies 8 23
ti 223 96
HUNTING, STAT10NKHY AND POSTAGE.
KlwcllftUlllenlieudcrCo. statement ...
" " election procln-
mat Inn , .
Elwcll A Hittenliender blanks
". " advertising
C M Vandersllco county stslement
" " election proclamation,,..
" " court proclamation
" " blanks
" " advertising
J (' llrown county statement .... ,,
" " election proclamation
" " blanks
" " ndvertlslng
O A Potter court calendar .
" " aivertl-lng
O 1: Myers county st tement
J II Dletcrlck advertising
1) A Heek ev nostatra nnithn rpnl
t 40 00
Alt"inus A; co. emclopos
rmniA ii w.-iiuvnuer siaiionery.,,.,,,.
It S Howman county statement
" ' adverllsln?
Gen A Clark stationery ,
,,1 uujiiisuu pusi.age stamps .
Sundry persons for Inquests...
HlilDClES-HUlLDING AND ltKl'AIHS.
John Appleman Ilrelsh bridge
John schcll Davis hrlds-o .
John Schcll Kllngei-man bridge
iKicuma 1 neater auev onaze
O s ltelchart Heaver Valley bridge .,
Charles llelchan. Davis Hrldgo
mn 11 ungui. iicnver auey nnuge
David Fink, et nL, Davis bridge
David Fink, et- al.. Heaver Vallev hrtdtrn
Charles llelchart Heaver Valley bridge ...
low uro s uo. nme neaver vaney bridge
Charles ltelchart Ilrelsh bridge
Charles llelchart Kllnger.nnu bridge
Geo Kecler Henton brltgo
Geo Heeler Cole's bridge
I J Thomas Kimble Mill bridge
Daniel II Karns Knrns bildge.
Ira Hess Ilenton bridge
Samuel Appleman Henton bridge
Samuel Appleman Colo s bridge
Samuel Appleman Mcndenhall bridge
Samuel Appleman brldgo west ot Henton
T Hachman Hupert brldgo
Daniel Yocum lted Ho -k brid.ro
John Delly Hupert brldgo
.loun uciiy jiarton orioge
Wm Lovan shatter bridge
Isaiah Howell ShalTer bridge ,
Ell Jones Hupert bridge (contract)
L llunyan & Co. lted llock bridge
I, ltunyansharrer bridge
I, Hunyan Barton brldgo
Samuel MiatTer hatter bildgo
Luther H Jones Hunert brldre
John O Jones Barton brldgo
111 11 uux niiauer unugo
hit Jones Hupert brldgo
Heuben Hess Hupert bildgo
Ell Jones Shaffer brldgo
I. llunyan ic Co. brldgo near mouth Cata-
Charles Krog paper mill bridge
Stephen Bailor near mouth C'atawlsa cr'k
CFHardar " " "
John L Kline Brush Valley bridge
John S Mensch Brush Valley bridge
J H.ieliman Brush Valley brldgo
J B Kllnger Brush Valley bridge
Wm II Bright Uruslt Valley bridge
Casper Hess, Hess brldgo
Joseph Knelly brldgo near McIIenry's
E I' Bender bridge near Jonestown
W c Pennington 1'aden brldgo (contract)
" " " " extra al
lowed (1 W Ijibor Ammcrmnn brldgo
Charles Klndlg et al Stillwater bridge....
J F Mcllenry Stillwater bridge
J J Mcllenry bridge near Jonestown (con
tract J J Mcltcnry bridge near Jonestown ex
Thomas selgn led Stillwater bridge
C I. Artley Mcndenhall bridge
" " l'arr bridge
C W Eves bridge near McIIenry's mill....
Daniel Ohl Ed Mcllenry brldgo
H M Mcllrldo Iola bridge....
Win K Dcmott near Ej cr's Grove bridge..
" " 2 bridges above Kyer's
S n Klsner Mlllvllla Iron bridge
W II llarman Iola brldgo
BFHedllne Lemon hi ldge
A E Glrlon Eckman bridge
L Hunyan X Co. l'ursel Bridge
" " Danvlllcbrldgc
Wm A Kile Elk Hun bridge
J M Larlsh Elk Hun bridge (contract)
Jacob Walter Wilson brldgo
John Evcland Slabtown Iron bridge
Ellas Thomas A M Johnson bridge
Jacob Yeager et al Slabtown Iron bridge ,
Solomon strausser " " "
James Hlrt! Krlckbaum bridge
J Hachman Malnvllle iron brldgo
Charles llelchart .Malnvllle Iron bridge..
" " Forgo bridge
A P Kester Wilson brldgo (above)..,
T C Wilson Wanlch hrldge
" " Sand's brldgo
" " Wilson bridge (above)..,
" " " " (below)..,
Matthias Kindt Sand'B bridge
Samuel Shaffer Wanlch bridge
" " Vandersllce bridge.,
Wm It Cox Wanlch brldgo
" " Wilson brldgo (above) .....
" " " " (below)..,,
1 1 II Sands Smith's bridge
Georgo llartiel Wanlch bridge .
J P Sands Sand's bridge
V F Crawford Vance bridge
J II DeLong Iron bridge
Jacob snyder et al Vance bridge
A II Kitchen Iron bridge
Jacob Colo Shoemaker bridge.,,
John Leggott Iola brldgo ,,,
Wm. Harlan Shoemaker brldgo
Win. Harlan Master's bridge
F. I. Golden, A. Cole bridge
John W. Kile, Jos. u, Hess bridge
J. II. Hess, J. B. Hess bridge
Ezra Stephens, John cole budge
1). J. Lewis, D. Lewis bridge
tCO 3 98
PENITEfTIAHY AND ASYLUM.
Convicts In Eastern Penitentiary for 1883 $350 40
Support of Lizzie llawley Warren 127 9
Assessors for fall registry ot voters.,
SCAL1-S FOH VOX AND WILD CATS.
Paid sundry persons
Paid spring election onicers ,
' tallrlcctlonomceni.., .
" spring room rent
" fall room rent
iviniuuira uui.uuu uucumug spring
election 138 ro
tuiisiuuics UlkCUUIIIK lail CUHHIUU,,,
" FLIIulter election Tdanks
" John crane overseer fall election, ,.
" W m Itaudcuoush overseer fall elec
tion " Paul K Wirt Congressional lleturn
Judge , ,
Amount of township taxes refunded. ,,. 13 881 44
Alt'inus A; co. 2 docket l'rothys. omce
Win F Murphy Sons 2 dockets Keg. omce
Win Mann 1 dockett Hegutcr's oraco
F I. Hulter registry books.,
John Mourey 1 set books sheriff's omce...
INTEHEST ON COUNTY BONDS,
Amount of coupon) on omnty bonds paid $169 to
Amount uleicst paid on our due bouda sss to
Miscellaneous , $4 48) so
t ouna Jururs pay, constables' returns co 4 581 11
t'ostslu Commonwealth cases 1 214 64
lltiad and bridge viewers and road dam.
ages 1 057 M
Commissioners' ortlco and court bouse,,, 7 oti 84
county Jail J 225HU
1-rlutlng, stationery and postage. ..... 539 63
Iuiiulsltlons . , 288 79 I
Bridge building and repaint , 6052 M I
Elijah Bhutt trimming trees ,
u It Mcndenhall lumber
Thomas (Icddls work nt Jail ,,,,
M 8 Williams repairing slato roof. . . ,
John Mourey cleaning up around Jail
I, Itunynn & Co. bill rendered......
K 11 Urower repairs ,
H w Garrison work nt Jail ..................
Fred schwln nnullng
.It Shuiw work at fall .,
Wm Ferguson cleaning cess pools
1) It t'onman work nt Jail
.1 II Klmger work at Jail
Daniel Hall, et. al., Olgglng ditch for wa
.1 II White cord wood
11 F Hicks painting and material. . ,
J O llrown surveying
W J Corrcp Iron bedsteads. ....
David Lnwenberg clothing
Charles Kmg lumber
II oomsburg V iter Co. meter tor Jail
1 W McKelvy bill rendered
F P Hlllmeyer bl 1 rendered
H P Gardner tending prisoners for 1884...
Hliomsburg (las Co., tor gas ,
John Mourey boarding prisoners
John Mourey work nliout prison
John Mourey, washing, Ac. ....
John Mourey turnkey fees ....... ,
N J llcndcrshott medicines ,.
.1 Hachman building bake oven
Hloomsburg Water Co. water rent Jail ,
U M s J Klxkard lumber
It 320 09
renltntlsry and asylum 477 9
ABsscwofsbayr.r 671 44
Fox and wild cat scalps j 05
Klcctlonexponscs,,., 13 0 09
Taxes refunded,,,,, , ,, 238343
Blank books.,, , 11210
Coupons and Interest on county bonds pd 417 00
From amount of orders isssued deduct I23M.4A tax.
es refunded, H7coupo sand interest paid, 113.23
redemption money.! D.30 loss on trade dollars taken
from collectors nnd 2S 0. rounty order No. 729 not
redeemed leaves 287lio 89 which Is tho actual or
dinary expenso for tho year A. 1)., 1881.
S11KEP OltDEltS ISSUED.
$13 .VI Madison $105 fO
VH ft) Main 41 00
12 on Minlln fl (O
55 00 Mtl'lcastnt 1100
30 00 Pino 37 00 1
MB I Scott 8l
21 m sugatloaf 17 33
STATEMENT OF DOG TAX AND SHEEP FUND.
Dox tax duo from collector's.... $1573 76
Probable com and exnneratlonson 220 CO
Tax in hand nt collectorsdup
Probable com exonerations and returns, ,
Add ami In handsof Treasurer.. ..
Balance due on (lera llower note,
one double set assessment books. ,
Ono set dup 1
Cost In commonwealth cases $ 546 68
Anit tax due the sevcrnl districts 1093 37
Amt road and bridge viewers duo ou
b Oks 192 63
Amount county prison bonds unpaid
Deo 1st 1883 53iW 00
Int ou Co bonds unpaid .... U m
Amt road damages assessed and unpaid
estimated to Jan 5th 8S.1 9182(0
Dal unpaid on brldgo contract 4S9 89
County order No 739 not redeemed 2300 00
Actual Indebtedness of the county Jan
6th 1883 , $ 9111 69
Wo, the nhderslgned Commlssloonera of Colum
bia County do hereby certify that tho foregoing Is
a correct statement ot accounts ot said county for
tho year A. ., 1881
Commissioners of Columbia County.
Attest : John B. Casey, clerk.
We the undersigned Auditors of Columbia coun
ty having been duly elected 10 adjust and settle
the accoun s of tho Treasurer and commissioners
of Columbia county do hereby c erllly that we met
nt tho o!Tico ot the Treasurer and Commissioner in
Blooinsburg and carefully examined the accounts
and vouchers of tho samo from the 1st day of Jan
uary A D 1881, to the 5th day ot January, a. D
1H8 and nnd them correct ns above sta
ted, and wo find a balance duo Columbia county,
on county fund of five ilnll.rs nml f unntv.ium
cents from A 31 Johnson, Treasurer ot Columbia
Given under our hands and teal this 16th day of
January A 1) 1885.
J. B. YKITKH, ,
E M. TEWKsllUKY, JsKAI.-
Paid before settlement tAll thnn mnrlrnrl time
havo settled their dup.lcatcs In full since January
A REDUCTION OF
ALL WINTER GOODS
The Place to buy
The Place to buy a Fine Suit.
The Place to
Tie Stock is Complete
Foreign audi Momestle
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND JOBBER IN CIGARS.
H. C. SLOAN & BRO ,
CARRIAGES DI1QGIES, PHAETONS.
SLEIGHS, PLATFORM WAGONS, &C.
First-class work always on lmnd,
REVA JIUXG A'iM TL YD ONE.
Iice reduced to mit the timet.
M. Q, Bshleman,
number and gas fitter. Hear of Schuyler's hard
All klndsof llttlng9 for steam, gas nnd water
pipes constantly ou hand.
Hoofing and spouting attended to nt short no
tlcc. Tinware ot every description mado to order.
Orders left at se.hu lei i; Co's., hardwa.o storo
will bo promptly titled.
Special attention given to heating by steam and
Tir;B.WA I tK'PnUOri b:s
or rattle. HMAfStnHTITLTKrorl'I.AHTKK
tllairthe VoU OutlMUthebulldinr. CAHl'KTB
Eiil KL'UN of ittae, double U$) wlu crU elotti, Oautotpi
feb 6 4W (I
a nice Overcoat.
buy Boys9 Suits.
For tUo Cflcbriitcd Chlckcrlns, Ivors &
Pond, nnd VosoA bon 1'iauos. World ro
uovvned Kstey Org.iiis, Violins, Accoidcons
and Sheet ilusic. Celebrated White, New
High Arm Davis, Now Home, Hoyal St.
John, and Lltjht Running Domestic bowing
jhocuiucs. neeuies, 011 ana attachments
for all makes of Sewing Machines.
H.AXI1HOAD HimXl TABLE.
Philado'phia & Erie R H. Divis
ion, and Northern Central
In cffict Nov. lith, 1681. Trains leave Sun
n iin. m.. sea bhoro Express (dally excen
Suiiday), lor llarilsburfrondliiterinedlate&talloii
nnlvlnirat l'hllndelplilaa.lS p. in.; New 1 or
6.KO11. in. 1 llaltlmoir, MO p. m. j nslilni;io
O.vo p. 111., cotinrctlinc al Philadelphia tor all s
Mioio points, 'through pnssCnBer coach
s.Wp. m. Day express
dally cxcCLt sund.i-),for llarilsburg and intenne-
dlato stations, nnlvlng nt 1'hllndclphla
3 p. m. t New YorK, 10.ai p. m. ; unlflinote
TaOu. in-t Wukhlnulun, fi.45p. In. I'ailor 111
lliio'Wh 10 lhiladcipiila and piis-seiiBi-r cuacln
thrOuKhtol'lilliMlcipiiiaaml Ilnillh on:
0 -.'0 P. III. millliinr-l'uii. .ti."ii IIKI.JIUIUU u.iiij
tor' 1 larrls-burjf and nil lni n incdlato tl aliens, u 1 1 Iv
lug ul I'hlludclplilu .'1 1 ft 0. in. i .New York 6.10 a. 111
blecplliKiar . ti-oiniiiodulloii'i can be weuieu at
liaiil'buiKlor Philadelphia mid J'W Yolk. 011 .sun
daia uthiougli slc plug c. r will bemnioii this
jiafcbengeiscuii icniuln I nMecper undisturbed uuin
a.SU 0. in. Kile .Mall (dally except -Monday
tor llunlsbulg mid lnteiinedlalo btallons
nnlvlng at, lhlladt-lpllla T.Niu. 111. New York
llawa. 111. 1 li.ililinoiu7.4un. m. j Maahliigton, h.5
a. 111. 'Uiiuugh I'Ullii iiii (deeping cam 111 e niuon
tins train to Hitladclphln, llaltlniure and Washing
ton, nnd tuiongh passenger coaches to l'hlladcl
plil.i nnd liallbnore.
5.S0 a. m. Krlo JInll (dally except buuday), foi
Kile uiiil ul Intermediate stations and Canandal
gnu and intermediate siatloni, liothester, lniHi
loand Magaia Kalis villi lb. ough Pullman l'al
ace cais and passenger coaches 10 Krle and ltoch
ester. u.M-Xcns Expiess (dally except Sunday) tor
Lock Haven aud Intermediate stations.
1.10 p. 111 Niagara Expicss (dally except Sun
day) lor Kaue and intermediate stations and cun
nnilalgua und pilnclpal liiicimedlalo siatlons
Kochtstcr, llullalo and Niagara Kails with
linough passenger coaches to Kane and iiochester
and 1-urlorcario Wlllllainspoit.
5.S5 p. ui. Kasl Line (dally except hundny)fc Hc
novo and Inteimcdlate siatlous, and Kliiilra, Wni
klns and Into inedlato stat Ions, u Uh through pas
senger coaches to Kcnovoand vValklns.
D.so n. 111.- hunday mall lor Kcnoioand Interme
TIlllOUOIl T1IA1NS l'OH SUNIiUKV KltO.MTHE
EAST ANU SOUTH.
Sunday mall leaves Philadelphia 4.30 a. 111.
llarilsburg 1.40 anlMngat MinUurj Uu.ni. Uh
thiougli slccpingcar 110111 1'hliailelphla to WIN
News Express leaves Pklladclphia 4.S0 a. m.
dally, lltaiiisburg, Miio. 111. dally excepi Sunday
null lug at sunbuiy U.SJ. a. in.
Niagara Express leaves
Philadelphia, 7.40 a. m. ; llnltluioiu 7.'M a. 111. (dally
except Sunday nnlvlng at sunbury, 1.10 p. in.,
with thiough Parlor cur Irani rhllaaelphla
and through passenger coaches from Philadel
phia and IMlllmorc.
Knst Line leav es New Y'ork 8.00 a. m. j l'hlladcl
phla.ll.ioa. 111. ; Washington, u 40 a. m. ; naltl
inoie, 1U.0J a. in., (dally exicpt Sunday) nnlvlng a
sunbury, 5.a)p. in., vviili through passenger
coaches from Philadelphia and lialiiinoie.
1:110 .Mall leaves New oikn.uop. m. ; l'hlladel.
phla, 11.20 p. in. i Washington, 10.10 p. m. ; Haiti
more, ll.-.'u p. 111., (dally cxiept sundaj) arriving
at sunliurj 5.I& a. 111., wuh thiough lullii.uu
sleeping curs Irom Philadelphia, Washington and
lialtiuioro aud thiough passenger couches Irom
Mt.MUIitV, IIAZI.iri'ON Ar Wl I.KEKllAItltE
KAII.ltDAl) AMI NdltTII AMI WJiST
IlltAM'll UA l.WAY.
(Dally except Sunday.)
Wllkesbarro .Mall leaves sunbury 10.30a. ra.,
arming nt bloom l'eny 11.27 a. in., Wllkes-barra
12.es p. in.
Express East leav ca Sunbury 6.3s p. in., arriving
at llloom lei ryo.su p. m., Wlttes-barro 8.0, p. m.
suubury Jiutlleuellkesbarieiu.3i a.m.urrn
ingut hloom Feiry 12.01 p. in., sunbury 12.55 p. in.
Express West leaves W likes barro 2.45 p. m.,
rl lug at llloom Kerry 4.15 p. m., sunbury 5.111
C1IAS. E. I'UOH, J. It. WOOD,
lieu. .Malinger. (Jen, Passenger Agent
piIILADELPilAANu HEADING HO1)
ARRANGEMENT OK I'AfbM, V K
Nov. 1C, 1661 .
TK1INSLXATX BCriKT AS OLI.Oir8iMJKl, f
For Now York,Phlladclphla,Ueadlng,I'ottsv I
Tarn aqua, Sc., 11,57 a. m
For Catawlssa, ll.Ota. m.ii.13 and d.sup, u,.
For VIUlamsport,0,51 10 45 a, m.auii ,!(, p. m
For Lewlsburg and Sunbury, .oc p. ni. 1
TRAINS FOA BDrSHT LUVl ti ruLUIns (Kl uM T
Leave New York, via. Tamaqua a 45 1. iu. ii 4
via. Jlouud Urook Itoute 1,45 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, v,W a. in.
Leave Heading, 11,55 . m fotuviib., k i ,.
andTamaqua,l,4J p. iu.
Leave Catawlssa, 6,50 10.30a. m. arc 3 31 p. u..
Leave Wllllflms'port.d.eoa.m, 4.CD and 5.40 p. n j
Leave Sunbury 4.111 p. m.
" Lc Isburg 4.4J p. m.
rawniera to and from i'hlla telphU go throtih
without change ot cars.
J. B. WOOT'tJ r ,
O. G. HANCOCK., nera. Ma, , p
Ooneral Passenger and Ticket Ageu.
KL.VWARK, LACKAWANNA AND
.. .W joining. ,
5 to 40
a 55 i 4s
11 01 u 50
11 (111 11 57 !
0 11 10 01 :
0 '.tl 10 iu :
a l-k 111 u
8 27 12 57
8 22 12 52
8 II 12 4.
8 12 '2 4 )
8 08 12 4U
8 08 12 H i
8 Ul 12 .11
7 5!l 12 2li
7 51 12 20
7 50 12 15
7 4J 12 07
7 Ml 11 55
7 18 IS 4J
7 11 11 IS
7 OS 11 28
Ii 68 11 22
i SI II 18
ti 50 11 15
6 42 11 (IS
6 30 11 01
SO 10 5-1
0 25 IU 51
6 (18 10 85
e OU 10 28
5 55 111 21
S 40 10 10
p Ul. a. In.
II 32 IU 17 3 Ul
(I :w iu io 3 0.1
li 4l 10 V OA
li 48 I" 2 3 05
i'lvinouili .liim'J 11 .'ji in
N 3 11
,. .Pljinoulll..,, 6 55 10 S3 3 1&
.. Nantlcoko ..
m in s? a 'jil
7 10 iu 41 3 21
7 12 10 48 3 3
7 21 IU IV 3 45
7 47 11 10 3 67
7 63 II Id 4 (tt
S i 11 18 4 10
8 (W 11 S4 4 IB
8 1(1 II 37 4 11)
8 14 11 40 4 SI
8 21 11 4tl 4 30
8 28 11 1,2 4 it
8 34 II 67 4 4
8 8'J 12 IK 4 41
8 55 12 20 6 (6
U 02 12 28 5 It
11 lla J -j s ,h
,.. Hloomsburg ...
. .. Kllnprl
u SO 12 50 6 SU
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onice, Scranlou, Feb. 1st
aoi i.ct cr
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. SI0I6A; WaUlOCUB
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may 23 ly
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