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I'arin fur Hale.
The farm now occupied by A. M. White
in Orange township, containing ouo hun
dred acres with good buildings and tin.
provements, is offered, for sale, possession
to bo given April 1st. 1880. For terms and
particulars apply to I. V. MoKelvy or Geo.
15. Klwell, Uloomsbiirg. Sept 25-tf
I'or Hale or IvxcliaiiKC
Two good cows nnd a lop buggy can bo
bought at n bargnln for cash, or exchang
ed for a good, kind horse,at Dr. Shattuck's
Rest Cure, near D. h. Si W. depot, lllooins
burg. I'rlvatc Hale.
Of valuable real estate located in tho vll.
lageof Stillwater, Col. Co, l'n., consisting
of n ( acre lot on which is a good two sto.
ry dwelling built in modern style, also n
new stable and out buildings.
Also another small lot on which is a good
blacksmith shop. These properties are
nicely situated and in a good place for
For further information address
Oct. 2, -lw. Col. Co., Pa.
Foil Sale. A good hoiso nta reasonable
figure, gcutlo and safe. Inquire nt this of
Feu Sai.i:. Two buggies, one spring
wagon, one sleigh second hand, in good
condition offered for sale for less than their
Oct. 3 tf. Hit. J. H. Evans.
Col. Freeze returned from Ganogn lake
Mrs. Ada Turner of Pnttsvillo is visiting
her mother nnd sisters of this place.
Dr. Monroo fractured his arm one day
last week by falling from a step ladder.
Miss Eva Rupert has been confined to
her bed by sickness for n week or more.
Mrs. O. II. Marklo of Philadelphia spent
a few days with Mrs. M. II. SlcKinney tills
Conrad IMlcnbcniler left for Nebraska,
Tuesday morning. HocxpccH to visit
with his sou nt I'llnceton, Nebraska.
Ulnnk books at Mercer's,
Tho celebrated Douglass ijJ.OO shoe at
Paul E. Wirt has opened an ofllce in
New York city for the Bnls of his fountain
Tho largest and most complete stock of
boots and shoes In Columbia county nt
Mrs. C. E. Rubb will have a lino sclec
Hon of ready made millinery goods at the
fair this week,
My lino of ladles, misses nnd children's
shoes Is unsurpassed In this section. Call
and see at Dentler's.
Dundy takes In the fairs and keeps a
good refreshment stand. Hunt him up on
tho grounds this week.
Four applications for marriage license
have been made at tho Prothonotary's of.
flco under tho new law.
McAlarney & Knight huvo reopened the
Qlcn City coal mines, nnd are prepared to
furnish tho country trndo with first-class
coal at,$2.00 per ton.
Mr. William Ooodman of .Montana writes
us that ho has raised a pumpkin measuring
0 feet in circumference ono way and C feet
0J inches tho other, and weighs 01 lbs.
T. S. Chnnln has established a dental
olllco nt Denton, In tho house formerly oc
cupied by Iloyd McHcnry. Persons need
Ing his services will find him an cxperl
J. W. Perry, of tho Stigarloaf hotel, says
that deer signs nro very numerous on tho
North Mountain. It Is expected that d-cr
will not only bo plenty, but In'feood coudl.
Hon tills Winter.
An agent wanted for the "Personal
Memories of U. 8. Ornnt," in Main, Locust,
Franklin and Roarlngcrcek townships.
Hkniiv B. Rkav,
2t. Rupert, Pa
Illcycles nro becoming so numerous In
this town that some provision will soon
have to bo made requiring them to keep oil
tho pavement. Wu have heard of several
Instances where thero were narrow cscupes
from collisions with foot passengers.
llcnton hns an excellent mechanic in tho
nerson of Jcssu llcvcr. Ho makes guns
lenalrs nil kinds of fire-arms, clocks, nnd
most nny kind of (mull machinery. Ho
can repair almost any sort of a broken tool
bo that It Is as good as now, Thoso having
work In his lino will do well to call on him.
Stationery ot allklndi at Mercer's.
calf. A young Jersey cow nnd
Several communications are crowded out
The "rm of SIcKllllp Choato has been
dissolved, Tho business will bo contluticd
uy H. A. McKllllp.
"Mnnd 8" will positively beat tho Wash
ngtonvllle Fair, nnd tho two celebrated
bands nro the contestants for tho ?00.00
prize. Tho Ringgold of Reading and the
Oliver Cornel, of Milton.
Ciias. E. Siuims, Scc'y.
Prof. Oulloway from Ohio, formerly pro.
fessnr of tho medical college nt Cincinnati,
and who has lectured at various fanltar.
Imns In Mil. country will lecture on medical
topics at Dr. Shattuck's Rest Cure, oppo
site depot, I)loomsburg,cvery Tuesday nnd
Friday evening at half past seven. Admls
slon, twenty.llvo cents. Tickets at Clarks
Kor promptness nnd nccuracy tho firm of
Geo. P. Rowcll Si Co., 10 Spruco street, N.
Y., lakes tho lead as advertising ngcnt9
Patrons can always rely on them. They
nro prompt nnd rcllnbln In making con
tracts nnd their checks nre ftcely given
when contracts nre tilled. They do not
quibble. Their extensive business is the re
suit of fair dealing.
Tho llcnton Hand furnished music for
the lair at that place last week. It consists
of fifteen members, neatly uniformed, and
under the leadership of O. W. Hirlcman.
Their playing was n matter of surprise to
nil who heard them. It was not expected
that so small a place could boast of a first
class band. Their selections nro good nnd
some or them difficult, and their execution
J. M. Long was Chief of Police on the
llcnton Fair grounds, nnd ho was the right
man In the right place. He was here,
there and everywhere just when he was
needed, and by his attention to the duties
of his position kept everything in good or
der. Thero were but few drunken men on
the grounds, nnd not a single loud wrangle
was heard. The chief was ably assisttd
by an efficient corps of police.
A large pheasant Hew through tho plate
glass In the front door of the postofllco
on Monday morning. The glass was a
qunrtcr Inch In thickness, nnd the bird
camo with such force that n largo hole was
made In the glass, nnd some pieces were
found thirty feet from the door. Tho bird
had lis throat cut and fell on tho floor
dead. It had probably been chased by a
hawk and was seeking refuge.
There was some commotion In llcnton
last week, Friday, when the pulling and
whistling of n locomotive was heard In the
town. Some thought the Fishlngcreck
railroad was completed, but It proved to
be Hartley Albertson's steam thresher,
which Is a road engine as well as a propel,
ler of the threshing machine. Mr. Albert
son occasionally took a trip around the fair
grounds with his train loaned with bnys.
Mrs. Jj. D. Kaso died at her home last
Friday morning. Mrs. Kasc has been sick
for some lime past, but had sufficiently re
covered so that hopes were entertained that
she would again bo ri stored to health )
hence her death was somewhat unexpected.
The funeral took place Sunday afternoon
nnd was attended by a large coucoursu of
Menus. Deceased was n ludy much cs.
teemed and leaves a husband and four
Tho sharpers who havo infested neigh
boring fairs will not bo allowed on the
Illof-m fair ground. They begged hard for
admission, but in vain. Last year eleven
of these were put out by a Plnkerton de
tective, and they will be served tho same
way now, if they put in nu appearance.
No association can thrive that Is willing to
turn its cxliiblton into n den of thieves for
the sake of the largo sums paid for the pri
vilege of swindling the innocent.
List of letters remaining in the Post Of
fice at Itloomsburg for week ending Oc-
Miss Sarah Itroadt, Miss Rcttio Crawford,
John M. Culling, Joseph 11. Dushane, Miss
Anna Evcland, II. O. Ilartnian.l'ntSIareon,
Miss M. C. Werkheiser, Otto Zlmmmer-
11. F. Evans.
Persons culling for above please say
Oiionou A. Ci.ai:k, P. M.
There is a gang of sharps taking In nil
the fairs this year, against whom the pub
lie should ho cautioned. They have sev
eral different games of chance, socalled
probably becauso the chances aro Hint
those who try Ihem will lose their money.
In order to whit tho appetites of the un
wary, a number of confederates take part
in the game, and by some trick in the trade
aro permitted to win, and this induces
other lo go in. In tho dial game tho
pointer can be slopped nt tho pleasure of
the operator, either by n secret spring, or
by tilting the table imperceptibly to the
pluycrs who ale anxiously watching the
pointer. Those who do not want to lose
money had better leave such people alone.
It l-i hard to beat n gambler nt ids own
Nearly 4,000 entry tags were written on
Wednesday for tho Fair. This Is moro
than ever In the history of the association.
A new shed has been built for tho poultry
It is moved to tho right of the entrance
gale, and Is longer than the former stand.
Forty-two new cattle stalls nave niso been
added and twenty-five for sheep nnd hogs;
nnd yet tho indications aro that thero will
not bo cnounh accommodations. mo
nrosnccts for a largo attendance aro better
iimn ever, nt tho onenlue day. If tho
weather is favorable a great crowd of pco
pie will bo gathered for Thursday, Friday
Petition o( Benjamin flomboy, admlnls
trator of tho estato of llenjamin Ilomboy
deo'd. to nmend order of confirmations
and grant nn alius order of sale filed.
Petition of Charles Krelgh and Win,
John, to authorize Recorder to enter satis
faction upon mortgage under Act ot 20th
June. 18S3. tiled.
Mlla Uordncr by her next friend Daniel
fisher vs. John 11. Gorducr. Petlon for
libel In divorce, filed.
Henry Thomus vs. Ilcnjatnln Gcarhart,
i-t nl. Judnmcnt In favor of plaintiff.
William Ebncr vs. M. O. Smith. Verdict
f.ir nlalutllT. &S4.1S.
S. W. McHcnry, George Hurlemau and
Joseph W. Eves, appointed viewers or a
mud In Pino township, near Ellas Walts.
Adjourned Court fixed for Nov. 10, 1885,
at 0 o'clock a. in.
ti, fnllnwlni? Sheriff's deeds were ac.
bnnwlpik'cil In open Courti
M. W. Jackson, Thomas llrobst, Eliza.
belli Hredbenner, Lesley Hess, M, t
flnrdner. JollU O. Yocuill.
Report of viewers In fayor of a road In
Cilawlssa. near SI. K. Church, confirmed
nisi. Width of road fixed nt tweuty feet,
Petition for rulo on heirs filed In tho cs
Kite of George Hess dee'd,
THE COLUMBIAN AND
Tho second annual fair of the llcnton
Agricultural Society was held last week,
beginning Wednesday, nnd lis success wns
such that Its futuro existence Is now fully
established, The officers of tho society
aro ail Intelligent gentlemen, and to their
efficient management Is duo tho credit of
the successful exhibition. Thcso officers
nro John It. Kcclcr, Prestdcnt, J, H. I.au.
bach, VIco President, H. O. Slcllcnry, Sec.
rctary, John J. Karns, Treasurer, Jacob
Wclllvcr, F. 8. Smith, George Heeler,
Frank Dlldlne, Edward Albcrtson, direc
tors. Last year, It will bo remembered, tho
Society met with a reverse becauso of tho
bad weat; er that prevailed during tho en
tire week, and by reason of which tho at
tendance was small, leaving the Society In
debt. Thts year tiio flrst dav was vcrv
pleasant, nnd wns devoted to tho entry of
articles by exhibitors, no gate money being
taken In. Thursday morning camo with
lowering skies, and the weather combined
so threatening, rain falling part of the day,
that but few pcnplo ventured out. On Frl.
day, however, tho sun shone after ten
o'clock, and by noon there were over 8000
people on Hie ground- Saturday, also was
pleasant, and the nttcuitanco was still lar
ger than on Friday.
The exhibits were numerous, and nil very
creditable. It would be impossible to speak
particularly of everything that deserves
mention, and wo can only describe the ills
plnys In n general way.
In tho first building was a great variety
of preserved fruits, Jellies, butter, pies,
cakes, nnd many other articles of domestic
manufacture .hat fairly made one's mouth
water to look upon, so Inviting were they
to tho palate. Under tho same shed were
crazy quilts, patch work, painting", deco-
rated china, nnd a great variety of fancy
work, all of which spoke well for the taste
and skill of the ladles of that section. Fur.
ther on were rag carpets, homespun cloth,
and other things intended for uso rather
Flllcy & Williams of Pltlston exhibited
tho Chase organs, nnd drew crowds by tho
excellent music made by Sir. Charles Sic
Hcury and a good orchestra.
But the great centre of attraction seemed
to be the booth of J. Saltzcr, tho well
known Organ and Sewing machine dealer.
He had on exhibition the celebrated Estcy
organs, nnd the Davis and White Sewing
Slachlncs. Sir. Young of Albany did some
tine work on tho Davis, and Sllss CafTrey
of Cleveland n.n tho White. Beautiful
badges were made on the spot, and most
everybody ou the grounds was presented
with a sample of their handiwork. The
booth was decorated with beautiful sam
ples of tluu work done ou these machines.
Sir. Richard Slelhcrell and Sir. Spotts fur
nlshcd tine music on the violin and organ,
nnd tho booth was constantly surrounded
by an attentive throng. Jerry kept every
one In good humor by his overflow of
Sir. John Eves of Slillville exhibited a
spring wagon and two tarm wagons. He
has been In the business for twenty years
anil hns never had iny fault found with
his work by nny of his customers. He en
joys a wide reputation for the excellence
ot his WRgous, both as to finish and dura
bility, and from a personal inspection of
kls exhibit we judge that he Is fully enti
tled to such a reputation. 1 he Slillville
wugnus are known all through this section,
and need no better recommendation than
the satisfaction which they always giyc to
those who use them.
William Appleman Si Bro. mudo a large
ami creditable exhibit, which consisted of
a spring-board wagon, spring wagon, farm
wagons, two seated sleigh, and bob-sleds,
nil made at their large factory In Benton.
I his firm is comparatively young yet, but
their work is all first-class, and they have
built up a big trade and n high reputation.
Their factory Is a large three story build
ing, all of which is occupied by their busi
ness. Good material Is always used, ami
only experienced workmen employed, and
prices aro as low as can be made consist
ently with good work.
G. N. Smith of Orangeville had a fine ills
play of stoves, ranges ami tluwaic, and
his assistant Byron Keller wns kept busy
explaining the merits of the different nr.
tides shown by him.
Del.ong Ss Bro. of OraiiReville, also
mude a good show of stoves and ranges.
Owing to tho distance from a railroad the
display of machinery was small. B. Al
bcrtson entered his steam threshing mt
chine mid J. SI. Long his Osborne reaper
and binder, aud there were some horse
rakes, mowers, grain drills, strnw cutters,
fee. C. Mi'nrs had his patent washing ma
chine on the grounds.
Ducks and geese entered ny Philip Ap
pieman were admired by all who saw them,
and Hartley Albertson's 40 pound lurkey
received his due "hare of utteiillmi. Sirs.
C. A. Uilluspys took the lead In big pump
kiiis.huving one which weighed 180 pounds.
She also exhibited n bushel of very large
potatoes. Joseph Sleyers had a bushel of
Pride of the Valley" potatoes, U. J. Asli a
bushel each of "Siiowllake" and "Early
Vermont," and Abram Hartmaii a bushel
the mime of which we did not get, all of
which deserve special mention.
W. L. Hurllnger of Sugarloaf had a large
display, consisting of a geological collec
tion, corn, cabbage, rye, timothy seed.
Thero was a large assortment of vege
tables, grain, honey and all kinds of gar
den and farm produce, the best of which
will be found in the list of premiums when
Among the cattle wero seme flno spec!
mens of Durham, Jersey, Holsteln, Alder
ny and Guernsey, some of which arc re
Durocks, Suffolk, Jersey Red, Chester
White. Poland China and Yorkshire, wero
found lu tho pig department, and South
downs nnd Cotswolds among tho sheep.
Tho Clydesdale Stallion Sir Wnlter.owned
by Ira Thomas, Bay Hamlltonlan colt owu
ed by Dr. T. C. SlcIIenry, n Black stallion
owned by Evan Hucknlew wero tho leading
stallions ihat were noticed. Tlicrc wero
number of well matched teams entered
among them being thoso of J, W, Perry
and D, Karns.
Tho following entries wero made In Hi
colt rnco on Thursday. Charles S. by F,
8. Smith took first money $15.00 i Barney
by Bobbins, second, $10,00 i and
Black Charlie by Philip Hurlemau, third.
U. W. Yost took first money In tho Far'
mors' Trot, M. T, Slcllcnry second, Alex.
andcr Knouso third. Eli McHcnry camo
In tho district trot Alfred Hess Brow
Dan took first money $25, William Black's
Turk second, $15, and Hartley Alhertson's
Bay John third, $10.
Tho open to all raco on Saturday after
noon was the best trot of tho fair, William
Hughes took first money with Robert C,
Bam Prentice took second with Annie Gin.
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.1
gle, W. Hartzcl with Richard II,, third, 8.
K. Heller's Edward Knox camo In fourth.
As tho track was short no itmo was giv
en In any of tho races.
The success of thts year has put tho llcn
ton Association on Its feci, nnd thero Is no
reason why It should hot havo n Ion; and
Tho firm of McKllllp Si Choato has been
dissolved. Tho business wilt bo continued
by II. A. SIcKllllp.
The McIIvury IIoiihc nt Itcnloii,
Asonc dilvcs Into tho village of Benton
his attention Is attracted by tho Imposing
appcaranco of n largo new building on tho
Slain street. Upon tho front and end of
this building Is neatly painted in largo let
ters, "Slcllcnry House" and It Is n new
hotel recently completed by the Slcllcnry
Bros. It Is n frame structure, foul stories
In height. At the front Is n wldu veranda
extending up to tho third story. On tho
first floor, on tho left of tho main hall
which runs through the centre of tho
house, Is tho office, back of that the bar
room, or what will bo a bar-room when
the house Is licensed. Back of this Is a
wash-room and coat room, and behind
that n good-sized, light and cheerful
dining room. On tho right of tho hall
aro two largo rooms connected by
folding doors, which aro used ns n pub
Her parlo nnd sitting room. They have
Brussels carpets on tho floors and nro hand
somely furnished. Back of this Is the
kitchen. On the second lloor ore twelve
roomy bed chambers, with n wldo hall
ailing through the entire depth of tho
uildlng. The third floor Is all thrown
Into one room, and makes n very largo
anclng hnll. wltti u good floor. The ho
tel Is 43 feet front by 80 feet deep. Tho
ttiriilluic throiigliou', Is new nnd neat.
The house was begun last April and was
first thrown open to tho public on Bcp. 24th
when n large party was given. Boyd Slc
llcnry Is tho proprietor nnd with tho assist
ance of ids wife, the Slcllcnry House will
soon gain a reputation us nn excellent ho
tel. Its resources were well tested during
tho Fair last week and'Wcro found equal to
The firm of McKllllp & Choato has been
dissolved. Tho business will bo continued
by H. A. SIcKllllp.
Bates at the Fair.
The following Is a list of the entries for
the three days' rnccsj
TIIL'llSDAV, 1 O'CLOCK. COl.T HACK.
Philip Creasy, I.lghtstrcct, enters b. m
Flora:" Win. II. Hidlay, I-Sghtstrcetj u. m.
lllrdj" E. P. Klsner, Fowlersvlllc, b. g,
Frank)" C. I.. Sands, Stordansvlllc, s. m,
Bessie Saiidsi" Enos Ij. Adams, Berwick,
br. g. "Prince."
A. W. Long, Bethlehem, Pa., bl. m.
Perilous;" Jno. W. Gibbs, Bloomsburg,
r. m. "Sluggle S" Harry Faux, Hazleton,
b. m. "Flora L;" George Cook, Wyoming.
Slock Slcdlum;" T. Simpson, Hazleton,
Dam" W. SI. Hughes, Hazletou, "Rich-
FniDAY, 1 O'CLOCK-. I'AllMKllS' CLASS.
Andrew Crevellng, Bloomsburg, bl. g.
Sailors" C. P. Armstrong, Bloomsburg,
. g. "Frank;" H. W. SIcllick, Canity, cli.
i. "Flora;" Philip Creasy, Llshtstreet, b.
m. "Daisy;" Seymour rone, r.spy, oi. in.
C. It. Cunimings, Harrisburg, Pa., b. in.
'Bessie SI;" Andrew Ki.ul, St. SInry, Pa.,
br. g. "Pilot Boy;" A. W. Long, Bclhle-
hem, bl. m. "Perilous;" Geo. Cook, Wy
oming, "Slock Medium;" W. SI. Hughes,
Hnzlcton, "Charley S;" J. J. Toole, Shcn-
andonh, g. m. "Nellie T;" W. W. Blurroy,
Bath. N. Y., s. g. "Ed Cook."
SATUHDAY, 1 O'CLOCK. 3:00 CLASS.
Geo. K. Hess, Fowlcrsville, br. m.
Flora;" W. SI. Hughes, "Richard 11;" J.
W. Gibbs, Bloomsburg, br. m. "Sfagglo S;"
D. C. Black, Centralis, bl. g. "Clifton
Boy;" Harry Faux, Hazleton, b. m. "Flora
L;" B. II. Crevellng, Llghtstreet, s. g.
OPKN TO ALL.
C. R. Cummlnps, Harrisburg, Pa., b. m.
'Bess.o SI;" C. E. Titman, Shenandoah'
bl. g. "Wilber F;" Andrew Kaul, St. Slary,
Pa., br. g. "Frank Hull;" A. W. Long,
Bethlehem, bl. g. "Scotland;" W. SI.
Hughes, Hazleton, "Robert C;".I. J. Toole,
Shenandoah, g. m. "Nellie T;" W. W,
.Murray, Bath, N. Y., br. m. "Kit San-
The finest and best Hue of extracts,
sachets, colognes and toilet waters In the
county at SIcrccr's.
itoUcrt. tlic Hliarpcr.
Bobby" is n tough from Tough.
ville. Ho was one of tho principal curiosi
ties to bo seen at tho Benton fair last week,
mid by his seedy nppcarnncc, his full red
face, his loud, shrill voice, and his numer
ous comicalities, ho inadu himself the ob
served of nil observers about the hotel
where he was stopping. "Bobby" halls
from Shuiuoklii, and he lives by his wits.
Ono day he is "strapped" and tho next day
he is well "heeled." Ho reached Benton
on Tuesday of last week, without any mon
ey, and ou Saturday ho had $75 In his
pocket, all taken from innocent "mickers'
by the three card monto game, or some
other equally sharp trick. One young innu
from Berwick dropped fivo dollars Into
Bobby'a exchequer ; another ono from
Fishingcreek contributed ten dollars In tho
same way and a third one whoso residence
wo could not lenrn, parted with a like
amount. It was tho same old trick that
has been played thesu mauy years, two
cards with bluck spots and one with red,
In tho hands of n sharper who bets any
nmount from ono dollar up that no ono
can pick up the red card. Ho manipulates
them In such n way ns to show tho red
card occasionally, and even murks tho curd
as If by accident by turning tho corner up
a little. Tho "sucker" tumbles to tiils,uiul
readily stakes his money thinking lie has n
euro thing, but when he picks up thu card
with the turned corner ho finds that by
some sleight of hand the corner of tho rod
card has been turned down, nnd a black
card so marked instead, and ho loses his
money. Robert handles tho card:
skillfully, and knows how to bluff his vie.
tlms when they talk of arresting him. Onu
man from whom lie got ten dollars by ono
of his games, demanded his money back
and Bobby asked him whether ho would
not havo kept tho money If ho had won It,
to which tho man replied "yes," where
uponllobsald "you would probably havo
gouo to Sunday school next Sunday and
told tho scholars how smart you were in
getting some money away from a gambler."
When threats of nrrestlng him were niado
ho said, "All right you wero gambling
too j I'll havo you nrrcsied," by which ho
frightened Ids victim oil, mid kept tho
Robert will probably attend tho fair
hero this week, but if ho does ho will not
bo allowed to play Ills games with tho sumo
Impunity that ho did last week. While ho
will bo able to llnd easy victims here, not
withstanding tho frequent caiitlnns that
havo been published, his bluff will not
save him from arrest It our police get ufte
8. II. Carl Is putting up a barn.
Frank Yosum, Esq., nnd wlfo started rc
ccntly on a plcnsuro trip to Illinois and
Tho show nt CntnwUa. Saturday, will
bo tho chief center ot nttracltou for some
ot tho boys hero,
Tho band gavo somo very flno opcn.nlr
mimic last Saturday ovcnlng In serenading
several citizens. Tho boys aro steadily Im
proving. Tho Etysburg correspondent of tho Item
wns tn our vlllago Sunday last. Pleased
to meet friend Else ns ho Is n right soclat
Sirs. Hurst of Stilton has taken up room
n Win. Helwlg's house, last Friday where
sho will make her homo for tho prcscn U
Tho Luthcrnn.Rcformcd church law suit
concerning the Nuinldla Union brick
church will tnvolvo qutto n number of tho
good people of this tvrp., and will doubt
less create considerable mcrrlmont till set
Prof. A- 8. Truckcnmlller of Catawlssa
has organized a singing clnss of somo thlr-ty-flvo
members which meet In tho East
Slabtown school houso every Friday even
ing. They will doubtless learn under tho
Instruction of so efficient n teacher as Sir.
Visitors In our midst since our last were,
Stlss lit zzic Dyer, Titus Ilelblnc and Geo.
W. Dyer of Warren j Sirs. Robblson of
D.invlllo ; Else Dyer nnd Sir. SfcWlIllams
of Elysburg ; Sir. and Sirs. Isaac Dyer of
near Numidiii, Sir. and Sirs. Scltslugcr
ot Frackvlllc ; Sir. and Sirs. Jus. Rechcl
of Catawlssa j Alfred and .Miss Sallio Dut
tlugcr of Deiblci's P.O., North'd. county.
WnHliliiKtoitlltc l'n I r.
Tho Northern Slontour County Fair to
bo held at Wnshlngtonvillc, Pa., October
20, 21, 23 nnd 23, 1885. Tho event of tho
year, read the list of attractions and amuse
ments. Competition open to the world. Between
$2,000 nnd $3,000 in premiums.
Trotting races (Open to tho World).
Uaco no. 1. 2.30 Class, Second Day,
Wednesday. Purse, $100. Race uo 2.
3.00 Class, Third Day, Thursday. Purse,
$50. Race no. 3.-2-28 Class, Third Day,
Thursday. Purso $lfU Race no. 42.48
Clnss, Fourth Day, Friday. Purse, $75.
Race no. 5. Open to all Class; Fourtli Day
Friday. Purse. $300. Entries on above
race to close on Thursday, October 15.
Tho Society aro putting forth their ut
most ellorts to secure the presence of Slaud
S., the celebrated Trotter, at tho coming
Band Contests (Open to the World)
Band Contest no. 1. Clnss 2d, Second Day
Wednesday. Purse, $300. Band Contest
no. 2. Class 3d, Third Day, Thursday.
Purse, $100. Band Contest no. 3. Class
1st, Fourth Day, Friday. Purse, $700.
Entries in the above Band Coutests to close
Saturday, Oct. 10.
Ladles' Riding Slutcli on Horseback,
Third Day, Thursday. Purse, $25. Pig.
con Shooting on Wing, Third Day, Thurs
day. Purse, $10.
For any information desired address the
Secretary nt Washlngtonville, Pa., who
will at once forward tho same with Premi
um List, Rules and Regulations complete.
single Admission, 2o cents. Horse or
Horses and Carriage, 25 cents. Exhibitor's
Check, with 0 Single Tickets, $1.00. Chll
dren under 12 years admitted Frco of
The Managers have made all the arrange-
ments complete for tho coming Fair to sur
pass any of the former Exhibitions. All are
invited to come.
There will bo a number of First-Class
Boarding Houses erected on the Grounds
for tho ample accommodation of all.
Should tho weather be extremely stormy
on Friday, then the Fair will be continued
on Saturday. For particulars address Sec
Alirniu Pctcriumi'H Sentence.
Abram Petcrman received his sentence
last Saturday, when the court said:
I'lie jury found you guilty of Inflicting
grievous bodily hnrm upon tho person of
our brother John.
Thero was contradiction between you
and John as to who began this affray: you
testified that ho struck you first with the
fork, and ho testified that you struck 1dm
first perhaps that is not bo very material.
After you had had an altercation, and
had clinched, and had been down upon the
ground, and ho had jumped nway from
you and started to run (getting away two
or three rods), you followed him and struck
him thrco almost mortal blows with a
pitchfork, cutting open his scalp; and,
when ho was prostrate upon tho ground
and was attempting to rise up, had gotten
partly up, you struck him again (a blow
which brought him to the ground) with
tho heavy end of tho pitchfork, and struck
so hard as to break tho bundle of the fork;
and, when ho attempted to riio again, you
iiilllclcd still another wound upon him.
This was in last July: ho bears the marks
upon him now, and probably will all tho
days of his life. Ho nnd others testify
that his mind nnd hearing aro affected by
tho soilous blows which you Inflicted upon
him. Hours afterwards, If tho witnesses
are believed, you declared that you intend.
cd to kill him. You have stated, according
to the evidcncc,that,lt he had lain still, that
Is, If ho had been sufficiently injured by
the llrst blow, if ho had not undertaken to
get up, you would not have struck him
Under nil these clrcumstnnces, the Court
look upon tho ottenso (your act) as ono of
tho most outrageous kind, showing at least
ungovernable temper, aud that followed up
by the declaration hours afterwards that
you really intended to kill him, and, nc.
cording to ono or two of tho witnesses, tho
expression of sorrow that you had not
The law his provided that win ro a per
son shall bo convicted of Inflicting griev
ous bodily harm upon another (cither will
or without a weapon), the scntenco may bo
a flno of 0110 thousand dollars and thrco
ycurs' Imprisonment either simple Imprls
onment nr Imprisonment nt Inbor, Below
these (that sum nud that time), tho matter
Is committed to tho discretion of the
'llio case, ns It is presented in nil Its
features before tho Court, is In its ntroclous-
ness equal to uny that bus been here (I
liilnu) siuce l uavo been upon the bench,
11 your blows had not happened to hit
upon tho thicker part of your brother's
skull, you most undoubtedly would have
Tho case Is such that if tho grand jury
nan not ignored tno llilrd count (intent to
kill), and tho Jury hero had found vou
guilty upon Hint, tho court would havo
been compelled to let tho verdict stand
Tho sentence of tho Court Is that you
pay u flno of ono hundred dollars nnd tho
costs of prosecution, mid that you undergo
imprisonment ny sepirato and solitary r 011
tliiemcnt nt labor tn tho Kastem penlten
Hary for tho term of ono year, and that
you stand committed until this sentence- Is
complied with; nnd that tho Bherlff bo at
lowed ono assistant, nud conduct you to
prison wuuin leu days,
Birthday cards nt Mercer's drug store,
ooposlto Eplscopa church.
ino occrciary oi mo ncrwicx Agricui-1
tural Association has Informed tho Becrc
lary of tho Bloomsbure Agricultural Asso-
elation that tho officers of the Berwick Af-
Boclallon wero not responsible for tho nr-
tlclo which nppenred )n tho Berwick (7w
(( last weekj that they ccnsuredlliocdl.
tor for Insert 112 tho nrtlclc. nnd do not
wish tn to be held accountable for It, There
has been no rivalry between tho associa
tions and It Is not necessary that there
l'uro drugs nnd patent medicines ot nil
kinds nt SIcrccr's.
Tho wind on Tuesday morning did somo
A. W. Bnydcr Is appointed post master.
J, E. Snyder returned from Philadolphla
O. Swank sold land to John Blourey, Sr.
Sam. Hotter Is In Philadelphia.
Amos Lutz dtcd on the 4tti last.
Tho township Sunday School Convention
will be held lu the Lutticran church on
Tuesday tho 20 Inst.
k on Sunday
of thts place
Boyd Hosier died In Berwick
morning. Ho was n native
nnd lived In tho township most ot his
A full lino of men's, boys' and youths'
boots nnd shoes at rock bottom prices at
Sir. J. B. Knltttc has taken charge of the
postolllcc. Ho has taken tip his now quar
tcrs in O. F. Hardcr's bulldlflg on Third
street, near Slain.
Thn wind storm on Slouday night caused
considerable damage by tearing down
trees and blowing over fences.
There nro quite a number of people at
tending Fair this week.
Tho train hands state that there was
quite n snow storm up on tho mountain a
few days ago.
Farmers aro busy gathering chestnuts
and hickory nuts, which appear to be plin
ty, and the people of town aro taking cx-
curslon3 occasionally to nsstst them, but
not always lawfully.
There will be n special trnln from this
a on Thursday and Friday of this
week on the P. & R. railroad, leaving hero
In tho morning and nt noon, and returning
in the evening to accommodate people who
propose attending tho Fair nt Bloomsburg.
Round trip, 20 cents.
When you come In to tho Fair stop and
urn llm new nnltnrns of wall tinner at
A grand vocal and Instrumental concert
. II... I.nnn nf SI i'nlnmt.n'a PI,MI-M
,u ,w wi...v..v ... w.. w ' I
...Ill I... , .1... Onn TTn.,-n W.l.,na. I
Will WU flvmi i.v nil. vy,w, ..uuou iivtitiv.
.1.... ( nt OOtt. 1... Qf Inonnl.l.
UtIV L'VU -Ullli UJT U.t UUa.llD I
nhnlr. Danville, ot SO voices and with full
orchestra, under tho able direction of the
well known Prof. Strickland. Vocal and
Instrumental music of the very highest or-
UL'l Will UU lUHUUlUf. 4. f'VWiitt I
been chartered from Danville. General
admission, 35cts., reserved seats, OOcts.
Children. 23 cents. Tho concert will be
gin promptly nt 8 o'clock. Tho following
is the programme:
Ovcrturo to the Enchantment. Orchestra.
DoTilne, ad ndjuvandum Sle." Solo, duet
nnd cho. Millard.
Dixit Domlnus," Plain chant and cho.
Juravit Domlnus," Solo basso. Slillard.
Judlcablt in Nationibus," Solo sop. "
Do Toronto in via bibet," " '
Gloria Patri," grand cho. "
Laudato Dominant," solo tenor, "
Gloria Patri," solo, basso and cho., "
Magnificat," chorus, Est.
Laudato Domlnum," chorus, "
Ave Slaria," solo sop., with obllgato for
Selections from II Trovator," Vcrdl.
Inllnminatus," obllgato solo and cho.
'Sweet Essie Aillecn," song nnd cho.
Concert Selections," Zither solo, A. Fry.
Yes, Let Ste Like a Soldier Fall," solo,
Ovcrturo to tho Gladiator," Schafer.
'Hark Appollo Strikes tho Lyre" Glee,
rulLADSU'UIA, October, 13 18S3.
l5niic ivfrn;nfTnnrv.c ill flrcc
. ...... v.-vv... ,.l....x.v-., ... . ...
Stuffs again some of them more
extravagant, perhaps, than any
belore. Mosaics ot color, strings
ol wool cocoons piled up on
cloth till the cloth is out of your
mmel, monair streaming over
extraordinary semes, the wild
est scroll-work that ever came
out of loom of Damascus, silk
)lush and macrame network
too many to think ol too unex
lectable to let you understand
It Will not UO to SOIUI Samples
nf cnrdi A littL.cnini-.lo flnpon'r
, , ,, ,
show them. 1 hev are costlv.
TI,o i-,. o ,,:1-l.,
J K"'"- Mim-tvil, 'UU
Ol the value Ot them IS the UlCt
that few are made, and very few
reach this part ol the world.
What would this sober citv
do without one store where the
V ... , .
jruiiy invoiitms oi rans gainer,
uuvii-cua. iiuiu uin icuici ui iiiu niuiv.-,
.i, ii i .1 i
wool liices lllilKC tne roueil-
nessot tine dress-stutts rougher
and richer. 1 hey are creeping
.i i .
uresMiuiKiiiif not. extravagant,
nil Ml tlwm K,;,.nl
.... .-,v.v.,iviinwiii ij - vj
pie even arc turning a way to
use them, bhall we tell r Not
every bright silk beneath the
meshes is new!
South-went Irom tho center.
Two or three thousand yards
a day ot Uupin s dark-color 50-
cent cashmeres are going at
3M cents a yard. We had
forty or fifty thousand yards to
begin with. When they are gone
they are gone. No more so
loilP-as the nrosonr tnriff strmHu
luii as uiu pii.ht.lll liinil bl.UIUb.
llv thoTlilrtwnth.stiwt ilnnr.
' . .. ,
Willlll winter SKiriS reatly
1 r .X 11
made lor 7; cents to i.erv wpII
made. Wltn the nrnner nntr
nrettv enoiirrh :iiifl lnrn1
T 1 .1 ,
Never were better provided.
bkirtS that cant be made
iir ...... 1.1 .i.:i.
mv. iiivhv , uii nuiuu iimirii
u..,!.,.,,, t net
ll - " "auocueui.Yi.i;uU.
year and tills year.
AboV $1-50 WC arc not
speaking of tllCtll Olir skirts
' j mcrchanclisc, prices
f. .... , , '
not here yet,
1315 Chestnut, tenth coiintcr-nlicre Umbrellai
'1 Iiese enormous blankets at
about cents a pound in a
sense are the most luxurious
blankets you ever saw so thick
and springy and light. Spread
out on the counter they seem
too larirc: but tuck the coVcs
under the sides of your bed
you may open your window in
1 hey are made by the very
ritrllt here in town I
n .... . ..
that makes those "California"
blankets one of our
, i '.i ill i.l
IS 5U UUUJJIlllIU Willi 1 It uuiiui-
thinks his blankets
w-i in.-) ...v.,
made, as he says, 111 California
fl, iirlroc nrn
no matter the prices are
California. I hey were SOltl by
the mill to a Boston jobber.
tlifn hark tirain to Philadelphia
tJ i tt-ivnlid ilmrmt fir
enotigh to be California blank
. , - 1l- . 1 1 f I
On the whole we'd rather deal
direct with the mill.
See a pair of these 7lb, Sib,
iolb, i2lb, 1 4lb blankets. See
them spread out and folded.
What a pile 3500 of them !
North-west corner ot tho main building.
Figured flannels that look so
little like tlannel
,l,n. ,.t... ., u 'I",,,-. L-nrfi .
1..1L i..i.y 1..1.. uu. x v oy. ,
dull WOVen figures; gay printed
lhe WOVen-tlglireu tlantielS
are thick and stutiy, none 01
them bright, but loose and Soft
and warm . a sorts of f,gllreSi
Mfj inch, 1.50 lor
uotl. nu.n's ancl women's iack-
. , r,,il(lrI1.f
ets, ulsters even, and children's
The printed hVuros, like the
gay sateens oi three or lour
years ajjo, are sjorizeous with
color mechanical figures, flow
ers as bright and many-colored
as flowers can be, color piled on
color, brightness on brightness.
Anion!' them one is plain ill the
1 I -1.1 I.. 1 !1-
mnin n r lc.-ll'l V lnrr crf'I v r I
' . J ....
uuweib in a Mumiii: ui
What Wrappers ! The cloths
are licllter. Much of the COSt
js jn th(. prjnting. 40-inch, $1 .50.
v ,, not nntft.
Chestnut, Thirteenth and Market street,
anil City-hall square.
A Cuius at Last. Ely's Cream Balm
goes more directly than any other catarrh
remedy to tho scat of the disease, nnd has
resulted In moro cures here than all others.
Wilka-llarre, Pii., Jjtadcr.
Sly son, aged nine years, wa3 aflllcted
with catarrh, tho uso of Ely's Cream Balm
effected a complete cure. W. E. Hnmman,
druggist, Easton, Pa. ocl-10-4t-il.
StORDAN-STROUP. At the residence
of Jacob Stroup, Canby.on Sept. 29th, 1885
by C. L. Sands Esq., Sir. Geo. E, Slordon,
of Slordauville, to Sllss Ida Stroup, of
SHULTZ-SIULNIX.-At the residence
of Andrew Laubach, Guavn, October 9th,
1885, by A ml tew Laubach, Esq., Sir. Isaac
A. Shultz, of Jncksou township, Col. Co.,
aud Sllss Slary Slulnix, of Dushore, Sulli
van county, Pn.
LOCAL NOTICES. "
New brocade velvets at H. W. Sloan's.
Children's plush caps made to order at
Sirs. C. E. Rabb's, opposite Corcll's furni
cotton hoso nt II. W.
r-.i... ,i.., rn. nil 1.1...1 r..n..
atC. E. Rabb's millinery store, Slain, op-
poslte Corcll's furniture store.
Ladies' nnd children's wrnus and New
markets at II. W. Sloan's.
J. S. Hell 7. lias sweet potatoes, cabbuirc.
bananas and all kinds ot green groceries.
Blankets, blankets, from SI 23 to S9.50
per pair ut II. W. Sloan's.
Now Is tho time to hnvo your furs
cleaned, lined, and mado equal to new nt
airs. o. ii. Jlaub s, opposuo corell s lurnl
A lino line of fancy toilet sets can bo
found at Brown's grocery, Slain street, be-
Wantku. Eggs. Shellbarks, Chestnuts
and Walnuts, nt J. F. Caldwell's, Baker
1 aim umii;iiuiit:i. 11
Children's Jersey caps, from 20 cents
imwiitii (l M II L-ln.U nf f..ll Imla In.
women, misses and children, at Sirs. 0. Ii
"auu vposllc ore" a ,ur"""rc 8toa'-
-N.(r;v.i.,lai" velvets, mi colors, im.oo at
.. ll?1..0.1? Lw" i.1s n. Vc!V"sl
l ivn.in.ii b 4. iJviuHi Bf mum oiiui,ituuii'
ucnirc. uomis soiu ciiuftper tuuu ever.
ll. it . i, .
1 uuiB uuu siiucs ior men nuu ooys ui j.
A. Hess'. Call and see stock aud prices
I wluru "isewucru,
At Brown's grocery, Slain street, below
- I l,i.L',.l nnn l.n In,,... f--l.
I -, mi,, Willi yv iuuiiu IIIBII lUUCIU-B, UUll
filatlni. tlf nnfTppn tina riiniiiil f?nn,la X-n
i - - " -
. l'u"3 1,00,8 ' J- A. Hess', Evans- block
- i nnove iron sireei
All kinds ot crape
Irs. C. E. Habb's ml
coods a snectaltv at
Sirs. C. E. Habb's millinery itore, opposite
Corcll's furniture store.
Uso O, 1C. Coffee the best in tho market.
Seldom equaled. Never excelled. For
sale everywhere. Oct 3-tf
Rubbers for Indies, misses nnd children
ut J. A. Hess', Evans' block.
All kinds ot fancy noods nnd embroid.
try maitrials, Kept constantly on hand
Jlis. C. h. Kabb's.
At J, S. ltcltz's meat market vou can
get oysters, chickens, beef, boneless ham,
breakfast bacon Sic. Butter taken tn ex
chaniro or for cash,
'" i"i wi.
I i i, .... ..... . . . ..
-hi. vj. i-.. iiai-u lias jusi reiuriicil irom
- "lu t-uy wuu a iuiumooi new millinery
I goods, ulso nil kinds of knit pood wool
..' I,1 . . hmi K. !'. r001
.lutnniKs lur ionics, misses mill Children,
I A special bbmain In wool stockings.
1 Cheaper and better than can bo hail
1. ' uu Ul"" um" tau uo nan
At J. a. nY, Mr-. .w
forllr'm street, you will llml alargo andtlnolofour saldcouit atbloombbiirg tho Hiuiay of
,in.l, nf I .T- 1 1 , 0 .. . . I lk.lnlur. A. 1k. 1SKV IV. 11 wwni.'i,
i oiwi.ii ui iiiuivs nun misses siioes. iuu
i sec lf Ices,
O, my back I That lamo back Is caused
by kidney disease Hop It nt onco by
Hunt's Kidney nnd Liver Remedy.
If you wontd havo appetite, flesh, color
strength, nnd vigor, tnkc Aycr's Barsapn
rilla, which will confer them upon you In
The Bulwark of Health Is blood. If
thts bo Impure nnd runs sluggishly through
tho system, health must be undermined
sooner or later. The most peifcct renova
tor that tho patient over yet has tried Is
Vinegar Bitters. It carries oft nil Impuri
ties, enriches tho life-giving fluid, restores
health and vigor, nnd Is a boon to suffering
Where's the sense tn spending money for
n doubtful nlfnir, when n sure nnd reliable
thing Is offered ? Hop Porous Plasters for
nil aches, pains, nnd soreness. Tho great
est strcngthener known. 25c.
Is a very prevalent and exceedingly dlsa
grccable disease, liable, if neglected, to de
velop into cansuinptlon. Being a constltu
tlonal disease. It requires a ronstltutlona
remedy like Hood's Sarsaparllla, which,
nrttnt. throtitrh thu blond. rpAP.lu.s nvirv
rmrt nf thn nvstctn. RfTcctlnif n raillcnl anil
permanent euro of catarrh In evi-n Its most
severe lurms. rii-imri-u uv v. a. iiuuu
L.O., 1.0WC1I, Mass.
i,n, !,, 1 n.,ill.. nl.anrvn ontf
scrofulous tendency In children. It Is a
duty they owotothem. Keller's Catarrh
IlcmC(ly' wm t)Urify t)ic b00ll B11j Clire ttu
diseases arising from Impuro blood.
Good news ought to bo told j nnd It
Good news ought to bo told : nnd It is
F. "T .! 1 1 UU .. Uclnc,y ,lms cx"c
"100 Doses Ono Dollar" Is true ouly of
Hood's Sarsaparllla, and It is an unanswer
able argument ns to strength and economy.
Ansunm.Y sTt'i'in and foolish
to allow prejudice or ignorance to get the
better of good judgment. It has been am
ply shown mid conclusively proven that
constipation, bad breath, dyspepsia, kid
ney affections and all diseases nf thu liver
stomach and bowels havo been cured and
can be cured by simply taking Simmons
I ! II I. I.. ,. 1 . . ..
lilTUI lll.UltltUl A. 13 iinuuicrB , UU. II u
pleasant and easily procured ro there Is
no reason to bo Ignorant of a true remedy.
jf yofi lmy(, nQ fjr
medicine places certain relief and cure
Better slop your cough while you can.
Hl-n nnd livi, nntblni. will tin 11. Tl U wnrlli
,,,,, i.ftrkf.r.a TonIo i, .,,
thing known for coughs, colds, torpid llv-
cr.uancy troulifes am, wea lr, ou
there Is yet time.
Oct 0 4w
Whim Bbjr wm lck, y It her CMtnrla,
Wlien ahe wu CkUJ, alia cried for Cutorl,
When ihe bscune Alius, ahe clang to Cutorl,
iln kl Children, ibo ritc them. CMtorlA,
With bright eyes nnd elastic step, yet
gray, lustertcss hair. It Is unnatural, need,
icss. Parker's Hair Balsam will restore tho
k ,T?r,,prfremn'Vre.Y, lMj. ST,0
I it .. I " .." ""
I r. . ,. rf n t
Inn' unrrrni ir vnur linlr uMtlinm nn nr.
Who docs not delight to sec 11 good look
ing face ? Yet erysipelas disfigures tho
features almost beyond recognition. But
that is not thu worst of it. The disease Is
as dangerous as it is repulsive It is some
times called "St. Anthony's Fire," and f.f
tcn causes sudden death. Sir. S. B. Cn
penter, of Grnndvllle, N. Y., had It in both
legs and wns cured by Dr. Kennedy's Fav
orite Remedy. This medicine excels all
others for tho blood. Especially adapted
to persons in fecblo health.
A NOTED MAN.
Among tho men who hnvo made their
names household words, within the last
half century, stands Sir. Spcer ot Passaic,
N. J. He is the pioneer Grape grower of
this country, and he has demonstrated be
yond a doubt that the foreign grapes can
bc'ralsed hero and Hint ns flue 11 wlno can
be' produced in this country as lu Europe,
and for medicinal uses Sir. Specr's wlno
surpasses that of the old country. Ladles
In dcllcato health, and aged people find It
to be the best wine they can procure Win
sled Anus. For sale by druirglsts.
Clipped from the (itnaJa I'raibytericin. un
der signature of C. Blackett Robinson,
Propr. : I wns cured ot oft-recurrine bil
ious headaches .by Burdock Blood Bitters.
Can you tell mo who is in the greatest
danger of catching nny infectious or epi
demic disease ? "Why," you say, "tho
persons whoso blood Is In nn impure or im
poverished condition." Exactly. Such
peoplo take special complaints ns dry grnss
bursts into Hume before the sparks of 11 lo.
comotlve. Puro blood Is a defenco j it
means safety, and Dr. Kennedy's Favorito
iicmciiy is tno inililcst, salest and surest
niurificr oi the blood. Our chief dancers
are within ourselves. Sept 18-4w
THE GLEN CITY MINES.
Havinc Reopened the Glon City
Mine, wo aro prepared to furnish tho
I j . -.i. n . ..1 1
coa J 1 1
$3.00 Per ITon.
McAlarney & Knight.
GMSN CITY, PA.
UWTOK'S NO l ICE.
1LSTATK Ol' ANDHSW S. CKHVKI.lKil, DRCIiSBD.
The undenlirned Auditor appointed by tho
Couit to ilKitliJutu balnniu in tiumlso: ike execu
tor to nnd amonr the parties entitled thereto will
utiuid to the il n ilea ol Ills appointment at his ci
lice in llooin-uur: onlliurtdjy tha lStliilur of
Novtmber, itxss at 11 a. in., when nnd where all
peious are hereby iiotliltilto make known their
claims U-ron) the auditor or beforeier debarrod,
trom conilns in upon said tund. I- li WALLElt,
mnn"ttii llponnl. nnd nHVivHllntraf,, tt.n n
phan's I'ourt ot UoluinbH county, It, U tutor alia
INTIIU M1TTCK OF TUB K8TATK OY SKTU
And now tiet. . itws, on motion of John c. Te
cum, tho Court appoints Charles (). llarkley, Usq
to pass upon tko enceptlona to tho account of
tlcoreo lUrtinan, executor or hem llartman, do
iTusni, miu it, mane uisiriuuilun UI inu uniaill'o 111
said executor's bauds lo and ainonir thoso entitled
Oertltlfd from the llecordi thts istli day of Oc
tober, 18KS. vl. 11. s.NYliKU,
J"-! clerk o.c.
U. M. IK'ICK.
Tlio Auditor aiinolnUtl by tho foregoing order ot
court win alteud lo tho duties of his appointment
at ills onicv. In tho Town of llloouibbuiv, In mild
Columbia county, lvnnsjlvanla, ou Tuesday,
iiieian uayoi noTemoer, ia, at 11 o'clock, in
thu fureuoou, when and where all parties Intcrcbt
ed must alleud nnd present all mailers relatlni;
iu .nu emu i-in imuus ns ivi-u us uibu preheat lueir
claims before the sulil Auditor, or w dubnrml
from coming lu for a liam of such fuud.
UlAJtLKS U, HA UK LEY,
E ON HE1US.
estate or ncoiiai II ESS late or Broimxiii-
TOWNSHIP, COLl'SIBUCOl'NTV, VENN
COll'MBIA COCNTV, S H I
The Commonwealth of fennavlvanln to ltclwn.
I 'R1-!.,uytt .cll.n!Pu "?? . Kiekiei Hess,
ut I HChai Unlomlile, Tuscola county, Michigan. Klslo
I lle.s, omvii, Columbia county, AuJrew Hem
wuonoiasi piacuoi resilience was w uirousTiue,
TUM-ola county, .Michigan, Angelina lllbbons, lu.
icrwuiiii-u nun i. 11. muuuus, ii-uirai, baran
llakcr Interniarrlcil with Wesley llaker. Uullyilllo
Lycoming couuiy, rn., uory Kiuaoeiu rrlti Inter-
I married nliu Amundus mu, coles Ciwk, Alexan-
der IU'ks, honcslown. bulllvau county, I'a , lineal
I ilewiudents of lleomB Hess, doceused. anil to all
other persons lniernted greeting. Ybuandcaeli
oiyou are ncrcuy cueu louoaua appear before
I im juu uiuur vnmunv touri ai uu orphans'
court 10 uo iit-1.1 at ii(oombunr. on tho irn-t mom.
day of im-ember. next, 'iheifund there to ac-ont
I ur lefuso to lake tho realeMutu ofsuid iiBare-n
i - Ish. I 'I'1"3, decoated, at lhe appraU-d laluullon put uu
use ., b tuell,11Uttl ud awiiVd bv iim iui,iivii,i?
I and nlurm-U by thobheiirf, omhow cause why It
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