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COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Thin powder never varies. A marvel of parity
strength and wholesomcness. More economical
than ordinary Kinds, and cannot bo Bold In compe
tition with the multltudo ot low tcst.short weight,
alum or pnuspuaui puwuers. noia oniy in cans.
tar-rubllshcd every Friday,
tl.ko n vear.
Kntercd at the Post Office at Bloomsburg, Fa,,
as bccuuu wasa uiuuer, jnortu i, itoo.
FRIDAY, MAY" 25, 1888.
COKakCT B1UR01D Till TAM.K
DLOOMSBUItO & SULLIVAN RAILROAD
STATIONS. r. M.
Bloomsburg......... 1 63
Main Street 1 44
Irondale 1 41
raper Mill.... ...... l as
Llghtstreet. 1 a)
orangovlllo 1 is
Forks, is ai
Tubbs -13 60
Stillwater 12 43
Benton. ......... 12 30
Trains on the r. K. It. It. leave liupert is
v.n a. m. 11:00 a. m.
3:99 p. m. 3:01 p. m.
Trains oa the D. L. & W. H. It. leave Bloomsburg
as follows i
7:12 a. in. 8:32 a. m.
11:01 a. m. 12:03 p. m.
2:24 p. m. 4:18 p. m.
6:33 p. m. p. m.
Trains on ths N. W. II. Railway pass Bloom
Ferry as follows i
10:44 a. m.
6.20 p. to.
10:18 a m
11:44 a. m.
4-19 p. to.
8:39 P m
Tho undersigned will oltcr at orlvate sale
Between this date and
AUGUST i st, 1 888.
a valuable farm, sltuato In Hemlock township
1 1 4 ACRES,
about 90 acres of which Is clear and In excellent
condition, the balance Is woodland.
There Is on tho premises a largo
nearly new, containing 10 rooms. The house Is
furnished on the lnsldo with chestnut lumber. The
cellar Is one ot the best, well made and cemented.
The barn Is fifty feet long and 80 feet wide, with
a new shed attached, twenty-eight by forty feet.
An excellent well of water not more than leu
feet from tho house.
Cholco fruit of all kinds on tho premises.
A rare bargain for some one.
May 18 2m. Buck Horn, Fa.
A BIG OFFER.
The Columbian will be sent
for 6 months, and the New York
Weekly World until after the
Presidential election next No-
I residential election nexi iNO
vember, tor 75 cents. 1 hose
who are already subscribers
the Columbian can have the
World until November 13 by
paying up arrearages, and 25
cents additional. This is a great
offer and every Democrat should
take advantage of it.
Foil Balk. A desirable and commodious
residence on Main street, supplied with
water, gas and steam. Apply to
jan20tf. L. N. Motkk
For Balk. A Jersey cow and calf. The
calf Is past four weeks old. Will be sold
at a bargain. Mrs. B. Btohnbr,
Wanted. A young man capable of
driving and tho care ot horses wanted at
the Sanitarium, opposite tho depot.
Wanted. Several loffscrs to stock mill.
and also a man to haul down the mountain
to the road, on North Mountain, about 3
miles above Perry's hotel. Apply to J, F.
Hluk, Llghtstreet, Pa. m25-2i-
Buy Lester's School Shoes.
.Every pair warranted.
Miss Hllhournc of Philadelphia is tho
guest of Miss Lottie Kuhn.
Frank C. Foresman, of Wllllamsport,
was In town tho latter part of last week.
J. G. Freeze Esq , N. U. Funk Esq , Goo
McUenry and Louis Lowcnberg went to
ilarrlsburs on Tuesday as delegates to tho
Btato Convention. F. P. BUlmeyer Esq.,
Judge Murphy, R. Buckingham Esq., and
Geo. E. Elwell Esq., attended as spectators.
Jacoby will hayo fish Thursday, Friday
J. D. Bhafter has laid tho foundation for
a building on Iron street near Third.
Don't buy your boots and shoes without
seeing F. D. Dentler's Immense stock.
Warren Ever was lu town during tho
paBt week. He camu up from Maryland to
oversea U. B. Lutz's salo.
New names como rolling in rapidly.
Beventy.flvo additional papers wcro print-
ed last week.
A little daughter was born to Mr, and
Mrs. O. C. Snyder Baturday of last week.
They aro now locaUd at Bcranton.
W. (Mlnni.hi.riv annearcd on the streets
Monday with his express wagon repaired
and re-palnted. It makt s a nice appear,
A potlthinils lu circulation, In which tho
town council aro asked to open Third ttreet
from East street to the extension of Third
street In Bnyder's addition.
Yol. 1 Kent's Commentaries, and 103
Penna. State Reports aro missing from the
law library nf JudgelElwell. Auyone hav
ing either of them In his possession will
please notify Geo, E. Elwell.
For walking and riding "Hencb aud
Drorogold" wheel cultivators with double
corn and phosphate planter attachments
go to White, Conner & Sloan, Orangevllle,
The old shoemaker ihou which stood on
upper Mala strcot near Iron, ho been re
moved to mako room for a f rama store
building to bo built by E. U. Urowcr.
'I ho tlmo of tho Democratic Uounlv Con.
Tentlon wa changed laat year. Tho del.
ogate election will bo held on Baturday,
August tl, and tho convention on August
If your sight Is poor or eyes Imperfect.
I consult Dr. Brown, who tits glasses and
operates on tho cyo. Ho makes this a
specialty Odlco 8rd street, near M. E.
Church, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Hccclpt books for collectors and super
visors always on salo at tho Columbian
odlco. They are bound In flno style and
sold at tho samo price that others aro sell
ing a much Inferior article.
A good physician will find an excellent
opportunity to localo at Unltyvlllc. Tho
former physician through somo family
troublo was obliged to leave tho place, leav
ing a rich farming community .without a
Elmer E. Person, a graduate of the
Colummik off.ee, and an excellent work
man, was married Thursday of last week
to an cstlmablo lady of WilllatnipnrL Wo
wish him abundant success In his new
journey of life.
Twcnty.flvo conts n day purchases
$3,000 policy In Tho Travelers", of Hartford,
which Is payable In event of death by ac
cldent, with $10 weekly Indemnity for
wholly disabling injury. J. 11, Maize,
agent, second door Columbian building
The prevalence of scrofulous taint In tho
blood is much more universal than
many aro aware. Indeed, but fow per.
sons aro frco from It. Fortunately, how
ever, we havo In Aycr's Barsaparllla, the
moat potent remedy ever discovered for
this tcrrlblo afllictlon.
Every scat was filled at 8t. Paul's P. E.
church last Sunday evenlog on tho oc
casion of the visitation of Right ltov. Dr,
Rultson, assistant bishop of tho diocese.
After a very able sermon a class of ten
was presented by tho rector Rev. W. C,
Lcverett, for confirmation. Tho bishop
officiated at Danvillo in the morning, and
at Catawlssa In tho afternoon.
List ot letters remaining In the Poet Of
flee at Bloomsburg for week ending Hay
Mr. Elijah Albertson, Mr. J. C Clap.
saddU'(a), II. II. Conghlln, Mr. James W.
Paris, Mr. Qlnseppo Salera, Mr. Joseph
Balera, C. L. Tyler.
Persons calling for theso letters will
please say "advertised."
George A. Clabk, P. M.
A largo assortment of Gilt Wall Paper
for 20c and upward with lino Ceiling Decor
ations at G. A. Clark's
The law requires postmasters to notify
newspaper publishers whenever u paper is
refused or uncalled for by tho person to
whom it is addressed. A failure to do this
is a neglect of duty, and wc believe that
Iho postmaster thus negligent can be made
to pay for the paper from tho tlmo ttiat It
Is refused. Wo havo just received a no
tico from a certain postmaster In this coun.
ty, informing us that a certain paper has
not been taken out of tho ofilce for nearly
two yeais, though this is our first notice.
Tho next cao of this kind will bu reported
o the Post Oftlco Department.
Caroline, wife of Levi Warner, died at
Xenta, Ohio, May 0, aged 27 years. Do
ceased was a daughter of Wm. M. Ilart-
man of Buckhom. Was married to Mr.
Warner of Schuylkill Haven, about two
years ago, and has resided In Xenla since.
Bho leaves a husband and Infant son ono
week old. Bho was a constant member of
the M. E. Church slnco childhood. Iter
I remains were brought to Bloomsburg on
cd on aundav.bvUevs. Tubbs and Lcoly.
1 and were attended by a great concourse of
I people. The friends desire to return thanks
to many lor acts 01 kindness in lue sau
hour ot bereavement, and especially to the
members of tho M. E. Choir of Blooms
Men's fine shoes In kangaroo or
hand or machine sewed at Dentler's.
The fli at convention of the Columbia
County W. O. T. U., was held In Bloom,
burg, Saturday, May 10. Mrs. E. R. Ikeler
with her usual promptness called the con
vention to order. Delegates, officers and
visitors were in attendance from the local
unions of Berwick, Espy, Llghtstreet, Cat
awlssa and Bloomsburg. Besides tho reg
ular officers there aro superintendents rep
resenting eleven different departments of
work, all of whom gavo excellent reports
ot their work, considering the shortness
of time In service. The morning (session
was devoted to business, except the time
given to Mrs. Emily McLaughlin ot Boston,
who lectured the previous evening. Mrs.
McLaughlin In her address, familiarly
spoke of Louisa M. Alcott and Mr. Emer
son's daughter as sisters in this great or
ganization ot tho W. C. T. U. The after
noon session was occupied by a program
consisting of tho address ot (welcome, tho
response, an essay and reports. The la
dies present, especially tho mothers, were
touched with the presence of thrco youug
men from Berwick, representing the Loyal
Legion at that place. Their Legion num
bers over two hundred, which bespeaks tor
Berwick future citizens with upright, sober
and certstlan principles. Convention ad
journed to meet in Berwick the first week
Ladles' fine hand turned or hand sewed
shoes at Dentler's.
Uecornttou Day ivogrniu.
Following is tho program for Decoration
Day: .Eul Post, No. 250, G. A. It., will
assemble at their hall in tho morning,
where conveyances will meet them, and,
accompanied by the Bloomsburg band, will
proceed to Alton to decorate at 0 o'clock.
From Atton a detail will be Bent to illdlcy's
grave yard; also a detail sent to Heller1
graveyard from Bloomsburg to decorate at
0 o'clock, and from there to Vanderelice's
eraveyard to decorate at 10 o'clock. This
detail will then proceed to Llghtstreet and
Join tho post at 10:80, when dinner will bo
served bv the W. O. T. U. for all soldiers
and citizens accompanying them.
'The parade will form at Bloomsburg on
Market Square at 2 p. in. All organlza.
Hons, societies anil citizens lamng part wm
report to the marshal W. It. Klngroso at
that nlace. where the lino will form and
1 ' ....
I triatA nnifAP Mi n iiirrrtlon nr liiu marsnai
AfUr thfl ctrcmony Bn address suitable for
tho occasion will bo delivered by D. A.
Beckley. Muslo will bo furnished by tho
Bloomsburg Cornet band and Choral Bo
cletj ot Normal School. After the address
tho lino will form.proceed to Market Square
and be dismissed.
Flowers sent to the hall In tho forenoon
will he thankfully received. All business
men aro requested to close their places of
business between tho hours of 2 and 0 p. m,
Buv Lester's School Shoes.
L Every pair warranted.
A IlnUotil IlogHtory.
Mlko Matthews, living near Howard,
Dakota, tells tho following, which Is vouch
ed for by all his neighbors During the
blizzard of January 13 last he lost a bog,
which at tho tlmo weighed over 200 pounds.
Nothing had been seen or heard of It 10111
last Friday, when ho was working at a
hay stack somo dlstanco from tho houso
and uncovered tho hog, which was still
alive, and the mother ot a litter ot ten pigs,
all allvo and weighing about a pound
apiece. The mother weighed when taken
out about thirty pounds, a shrinkage of
over 170 pounds. Bho was confined In tho
stack about thrco months without food or
and baso ball shoes at
Tho second gamo of tho season was won
by the homo team from the Uuckncll Unl
vcrslty boys ot Lewlsburg, Pa. Atten
dance very poor. Gamo called at 1:30,
early than usual In order to permit tho vis
itors to return homo on tho 4:18 train.
Bcoro bv Innings t 1 2 3 4 5 0 7
Bloomsburir. 5 2 0 0 4 2 310
Buckncll Unlveslty, 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Limited spaco prevents us from giving
a full account of tho game.
Next Baturday our boys will cross bats
with the plymouth club. All lovers ot a
good game should turn out and by their
presence show that they appreciate tho if-
forts mado by tho manager, Mr. Hunt, to
obtain only first-class nines. Ho has on
his list tho best of teams In this section of
the country, and thoso wishing to witness
good ball should go any Baturday after
noon to Athletic Park and satisfy them
selves of tho playing qualities of our boys.
F. D., Dentler's spring stock of boots an
shoes just coming In. Call and seo them.
A Mounter Ilroote Trout.
W. O. Elliott, manager ot tho Academy
of Music, is tho envy of all tho fishermen.
Friday morning ho received from somo ono
on Kettle creek, near the Cross Forks, two
trout, one ot which was a beauty ot tho
first magnitude. Tho trout was eighteen
inches in length, four and a half inches
wide, two Inches across tho back and
weighed thrco and three-fourth pounds.
It was the largest trout ever seen by tho
present generation ot fishermen. Mr,
Elliott docs not know who caught the trout,
but thinks It was sent by the man who lives
on his place on Kettle creek. Old fisher
men say that tho angler must have used a
meat hook and clothes line to haul the
monster from tho Btrcam. Wllllamsport
Sun and Banner.
A picnic will be held In Uess Grove near
Ruport Col. Co. Pa. on Friday Juno 1st,
1883, under tho auspices of Pomona" Orange
No. 5, composed of Columbia and lower Lu-
zerno counties, to convene at 9 o'clock a. in
Hon. Qcrrard C. Brown of York county,
Pa., lecturer of Pa. Stato Grange, will bo
present and address tho meeting at 2
o'clock p. m. Other eminent speakers and
agriculturalists aro expected to be present
An opening address will be delivered In
tho forenoon by Hon. J. C. Ammerman
of Moutour county. All feeling an lntor-
est In agriculture are cordially Invited to
participate, not forgetting to bring well
filled b.iskcts. In addition to the above,
Brother Brown will address a public meet-
Ing ou agriculture and grange topics, In
Centre Grange Hall No. 60, Col. Co., Thurs
day evening May 3tst, 1888 and Friday
ovening Juno 1st at Buckhorn Col Co. By
order of Committee.
J. G. Quick, Sec'y,
Bloomsburg May 2lst, 1888.
Trunks and valises, a flno assortment at
May 17, 1888.
Pursuant to ndjoummcnt.council met in
council chamber at 8 o'clock p. m. All
present. Elijah Shutt appears and pre
sents a remonstrance against the passage
ot an ordinance prohibiting cows from run
nlng at large, signed by 033 voting and
nonvoting citizens. On motion the peti
tion received, ordered filed and laid over
until rext meeting.
L. S. Wlntersteen appears and presents
application of E. B. Brower for a building
permit for tho erection of a two story frame
storo house on north side of Second street
near Iron: on motion a permit granted In
accordance with application.
W. H. Gllmore of the Friendshp Fire Co.
appears and explains why the Rescue Hose
and Ladder Co. could not connect their
hoso with that of the Friendship at the
late fire, I. c. for want of a proper coup
ling! upon motion it was ordered that W.
0. Sloan procure a proper coupling.
Tho chairman ot committee on tho street
to be widened at Port Noble beiog absent,
the town engineer states that ho baa ac
companied a portion of said committee to
the said street and there met O. A. Jacoby,
who stated to them, that a portion of the
ground supposed tu belong to Mr. McKelvy
belongs to blm, Mr. Jacoby. On motion
tt was ordered that the town surveyor
make a survey of the land of Mr. Jacoby
in order to ascertain his property lines.
Tho petition for altering tho alignment
of tho cast end ot First Btreet was taken up.
On motion, seconded, it was ordered that
tho necessary preliminary steps ho taken to
make tho desired chaugo and that all par.
ties affected by said change on the grading
of that portion of tho street be notified to
appear In council chamber on Wednesday
evening, 30th Inst, at 8 p. m. to bo heard In
Tho bridge over tho run at Fifth and
West streets was reported In a bad condi
tion: moved and seconded that an arched
culvert be built in place ot the old structure
aod that building of same be contracted,
and for that purpose the secretary giro
notice that scaled proposals will bo receiv
ed up to Weducsday cvcnltg, 30th mst at
8 o'clock. 1
On motion It was ordered that the
branches of terra cotta pipe serving as
dralas, carrying surface water from tho
wyst sido of Catharino street to the main
running across Fifth street on east sido of
Catharino street, bo abandoned and laid so
as to carry the water across Fifth street on
tho west side In like manner as that on the
On motion it was ordered that tho Com-
mlssloncr of Highways notify the Blooms
burg & Bulllvan Railroad uo. to build a
fenco between the public road and their
road from the race bridge on tho road
leading to Mt. Plcasa'ut, to the point where
said road crosses railroad; also that said
company put In larger culverts under their
road In line wtth the gutter on either side
of Third Btreet and repair tho side walks
over their road at same place. And also
repair the grading ot tho highway on each
side of their railroad on Second street, all
of which shall bo completed within ten
days from the service of this resolution.
Evan Jones, Levi Cox and M. K. Apple
man, on motion, duly seconded, appointed
assistant policemen. On motion council
adjourned to meet Wednesday evening
May 80th at 8 o'clock.
The finest lino ot Wall Paper ever dis
phyed at'G. A. Clark's, call and examine.
Workmen sent t any part ot the city on
V, Onrtlncr vh. RIootimburK
Hlcntu Ik Blcctrlc I.tittltCo.
On Monday morning tho case of Dr, 11.
F. Gardner of this town against tho Blooms
burg Btcam & Electric Light Co. began be
fore tho jury selected last week, Judge
Archbald presiding. Tho caso was opened
for tho plaintiff by L. E. Waller Esq., tho
other counsel for plaintiff being C. W. Mil
ler, and J. Scarlet Esqs. Tho defenso was
represented by II. M. Hinckley Esq. of
Danville, Ikeler & Herring, L. S. Winter.
steen and J. M. Clark Esqs. After somo
preliminary sklrml;blng among tho lawyers,
Samuel Neyhard was called as tho first
witness, and by him was proved a permit
by tho town council to tho Btcam Co. to
lay pipes In the streets of Bloomsburg. Tho
ofilclal map of the town, and tho rcgistra.
Hon ot the plaintiff as a physician wcro of
fered In evidence, and then Dr. Gardner
was put upon tho witness stand. Ho Is al
most entirely disabled, and was brought
Into court on an Invalid chair. He testified
that on tho night of Bcpt 80, 1880 he was
called to seo a patient, and drovo down
Iron street. At the corner of Fourth street
ho checked up his horso to n very slow
trot, drovo on a little further and drovo In
to a ditch. It was a very dark night, lie
was pitched out of his wagon. Tho horse
was fast In tho ditch, and they got It out
nftor awhile. Then bo walked down and
saw the patient, come back up Iron and
then up homo. Noticed a numbness In his
hands first. Went to Mercer's and tried to
wrlto a prescription for his horse's bruises,
and couldn't control his hand. Had a bad
night, and In the morning his left arm was
parallzed. Has not been ablo to dress him
self since. Called In Dr. McRcynolds, and
went to Philadelphia to consult Dr. Ellis ft
specialist, and has been under his treat
ment ever since. Expenses havo been from
$000 to $800. Cannot describe tho pain
that he has suffered. Prior to tho accident
hs was In excellent health. His practlco
amounted to $3,500 to $4,000 a year. Is
unabto to perform a surgical operation now,
Saw no barriers at tho ditch, saw nothing
to Indicate that thero was a ditch there.
CliOSS-XXAMINED BY Mil. UlNCKtEY.
Tho patient I started to see lived at Scv-
cntli and Catharine. My office was over
Schuyler's store, and I went down Iron
street, had been to seo samo patient two or
three times beforo ; think I went to sec
samo patient night before. Went down
East street to Beventh then. May have
been down Iron that morning, can't say ;
last time I passed Iron street there was a
place wboro the ditch had been filled up on
the cast sido, so I went down the west side
of tho street. I didn't know whether steam
or water pipes had been put down. After
barriers were removed 1 went down. The
last tlmo I saw tho street it was Bate for
any man to drlvo It. I did not tako an
other street because Iliad no reason to be-
lleve that Iron street was more dangerous
than any other street. Don't remember
about lights the night before. Could have
gone as near a route by other streets that
would havo avoided Iron street. Did not
say to anybody that I saw the lantern but
did not know which sido of tho street it
referred to. Did not tay that I had been
down the street that day or the day before,
and saw that the east sido was Impassable,
and that was tho reason I took the west
side." Hero followed a long cross-examl
nation laying grounds for contradiction.
Was driving at the rate of about 5 miles an
hour. Didn't drive up on Ihc pavement
it was so dark I couldn't see the horse.
First I remember after accident was seeing
a lamp or lantern that somo lady brought
out. I know afterwards there was a barrel
with a lantern, saw it as we wcro trying to
get horse out. Barrel was at end ot old
ditch on east side. A boy naiftad Bidleman
came along first. Memory affected in somo
ways, not in others. Can remember any
thing that is impressed, on my mind.
Practlco has been conducted by my partner
since accident. Value of practice was
based on amount of book charges. Bizo ot
horso was a little below average ; spirited
and gentle, nothing vicious about her ; had
a buck-board, narrow gauge.
Tho foregoing is a brief outline of tho
Dr. II. C. Wood of Philadelphia was af-
firmed. He is a professor of nervous uls
eases in the hospital ot the University of
Pennsylvania, author of a work on nervous
diseases, and has been called as an expert
In this stato and Now York. Has examln
cd Dr. Gardner, found loss of power from
the head down, tendency to contraction of
muscles, what is known as knee-jerk. Dis
ease is chronic Inflammation ot the spinal
cord. It Is the result of tho accident, with
very Utile chance of amelioration, and will
gradually increase until death ensues
insanity may result
On cross-examination the witness said
that tho condition ot tho plaintiff might
have arlseu from other causes,
Dr. M. U. Bockroth of Philadelphia has
charge ot the nervous department of Jeffer
son College. He has examined Dr. Gard
ner, and thinks he will become a chronic
Imbecile. It is very doubtful If ho can ever
practice his profession. Condition Is duo
to an Injury to Ihe spine.
John M. Clark Esq. sworn. Am secre-
tary of tho Bloomsburg Steam & Eleptrio
Light Co. since Oct. 1885, the time of Its
organization. Minutes of the company
shown witness, minutes ot Oct. 17th aud
21st 1885 read by witness, showing forma.
tlon of company and election ot directors
and other officers, also steps taken to make
application for charier etc. etc. The samo
parties named In these minutes aro the of.
fleers of the Bluom. Steam & Electric Light
Co. and wero in control of the company on
tho 30th of Sept. 1880, Mr, A. Z. Bhoch was
President at that time.
Cross-examination. The incorporated
company first took chargo ot the works
somewhero between tho 0th and 8th ot Feb.
1880. The contractors ot the American
District Bteam Co. bad control from Oct.
1885 to this time. The Bteam Co. of Bloom
bad no control whatever during the Inter
val from Oct. '85 to Feb. '80. The works'
were constructed under a written contract
by tho American District Btcam Co. of
Lockport N. Y., they did tho work of lay
ing tho pipes ane erecting the works.
Nothing was done by th Bteam Ss Electrto
Light Co. after tho completion ot tho con
tract with the American District Steam Co,
under tho permit of the council. Th cor
poration did not make tho contract.
Re-dlrect. A portion of tho contract
price was paid by tho Individuals who
afterwards constituted the corporation, tho
rest was paid by the corporation. The
permit in evidence was tne only one ever
obtained so far as my knowledge extends.
The extension on Iron street was completed
somewhere about tho first ot Oct., 1880
Tho wholo town Is not piped and wo mako
extensions from time to time, as thero is a
demand for steam.
Cross-examined. The cast side of Iron
Btreet was Impassable for a week or ten
days, before tho 80tb ot Sept. 1880 the main
ditch had been filled up, ther were no
other ditches on the morning ot tho 80lb,
on that day a cross ditch was dug for the
Hartnan service pipe. The width of the
passago on the west side of the street as
near as 1 can judge was ten or eleven feet.
Geo. W, West sworn. Resides In Dan
ville, Is a surveyor, made a draft of Iron
street between 4th and 5th streets, mado It
from measurements taken on tho ground.
It shows tho position ot tho streets etc.
Li;ru oticrcu in cviucncc.j ,
Wm. Armstrong sworn, Live In Wll
llamsport, lived In Bloom on tho night of
80th Sept., '80. Saw Dr. Gardner between
8 and 0 o'clock on that evening. Ho was
very nervous, palo and complained of
numbness, ho camo Into tho storo for a pre
scription, 1 mean Mercer's drug storo whero
I clerked. Tho prescription was never
filled as It could not be read.
Crbss-examlnod. Had seen tho Dr. ex
cited beforo this time.
Whlto Wcrts sworn. Lives In Blooms
burg. 80 years old, a laborer. Tho service
ditch from the main ditch was dug to liar-
man's on Sept , 30th, 1880 at about five
o'clock p. m. I helped dig It. We worked
until nbout 0 o'clock. Tho end toward the
mlddlo of tho street was about two feet and
a halt tho other end about eighteen Inches,
It was about eighteen Inches wide. The
dirt was thrown up on tho north slde'be-
tween 2 and 8 feet. Wo began to throw
tho dirt up from about tho ccntro of tho
ditch. Tho mound of dirt extended about
eight feet from the varlator toward liar-
man's. Did not dig the ditch clear to liar,
man's, might havo been a llttlo over a foot
from the curb of the gutter whero wo quit.
Fisher worked with mo digging. When
wo quit Fisher moved a barrel over on the
heap ot dirt from tho yariator. He put tt
on the mlddlo of tho heap and put a lamp
on it Ho lit the lantern and put It on the
barrel. It took him about 20 mluutcs to
get the lantern. ,
Whlto Wcrts recalled. Mr. Schoch or-
dcrcd htm to dig ditch. Got Instructions
from Mr. Bchoch to throw dirt on cast sido
at lion street Into main ditch and dig cross
ditch. Worked under Fisher.
Robert Roan sworn, Llyes in Bloom.
Cabinet maker. Baw ditch on 80th Sep
tember, 1880 about 0 o'clock. No barriers
Trees thick along Iron street. Much shade,
Light of lantern very dim. Could not sec
the ditch by light ot lantern.
On cross-examination said 1 Saw ditch
nbout half an hour before accident occur,
red. Could sea dim light from 4th street.
Night dark. After barriers wcro taken out
the street was In condition on west sido to
Geo. Bidleman sworn. Ltvt In Blooms
burg. Works at Lockard's Car Shops.
Lives on Iron street. Saw Dr. Gardner
atler he came out of ditch. Horse was
about in centre of ditch. Doctor was stand
ing around while tho horse was being taken
out- Saw lantern at halt past seven or
eight. Was n black smoky lamp. Light
might have been seen from 4th street.
Thomas Jones sworn. Saw accident.
The horse gave a spring and went over the
bank. Helped get the horse out.
Cross-examined. Tlmo of accident
about eight o'clock. Baw horso and buggy
coming by light from strcctlamp at 4th St.
Could not see It by light from lantern on
ditch. Mrs. Harman brought a lamp and
another lantern was used.
Willie Lockard sworn. Fifteen years
old, lives on 0th street. Knows Dr. Gard
ner. Baw Dr. Gardner on ovening of ac
cident. Driving at a trot down Iron street,
saw him next at ditch, backing horso from
buggy. Saw lantern ; rather smoky ; gave
somo light. Setting on barrel, barrel pre
vented It from casting light into the ditch.
Saw ditch earlier in the evening. Looked
Into It. Cot Id see It dimly by light from
street lamp at 4th street.
Geo. BUlcman recalled. Noticed dirt on
Dr. Gardner's clothes. Sido and shoulder
wero dirty. Fresh dirt.
Dr. Armcnt sworn. Dr. Gardner much
prostrated by yesterday's examination.
Thinks he would not be ablo to be present
at court to-day. Has been with Dr. Gard-
ner as a partner stneo March 1, 1887. The
doctor suffers terrible pain. Pains grow
more frequent ; last but a tew moments.
He grows more nervous ; sleeps but little.
Dr. McRcynolds sworn. Lives in
Bloomsburg Practicing physician. Was
called in to cup Dr. Gardner after accident.
ho was disabled in left side. Was suffer
ing considerable pain.
Dr. O. n. Allls sworn. Lives in Phila
dclphla. Physician and surgeon. Witness
offered as expert. Dr. (iardncr came to
Philadelphia to seo him October 4th 1880.
Bald ho had been thrown from a carriage,
striking on his phoulder and hurt It exceed
ingly. Examined him. Found there was
an Injury ot tho splno. Great pain about
centre of body, feeling as though there was
an Iron band around his chest. Numb sen
sation In limbs, especially in left limb.
Pain around chest is always significant ot
spinal injury. March 1st, 1887, Mr. Mercer
brought Dr. Gardner to Philadelphia.
Found the disease had mucn increased. A
raw hide Jacktt was mado for him to give
support to the body, and an appliance to
put upon his left limb so that bo could
walk with a four-legged cane. He will al
ways require these appliances to assist him
In walking. Tho original cause of tho uls
ease was an accident of somo kind, a fall of
any kind, a fall that would bring about a
severe jar to tho body. It one bo thrown
out ot a buggy, striking violently upon the
back, would produce such symptoms.
Present condition ono of great suffering,
Tho symptoms could not have arisen from
any other causo than that given. It tho
disease bo arrested ho can never earn his
own living. Ho Is a sklliul physician, as a
general surgeon. Think he would per-
form tho operations of surgery as skilfully
us any physician in Philadelphia.
A motion for non-suit was mado by de
f ndant's counsel. The morning was tak
en up by arguments on both sides. Court
refused to grant non-sulL
Ayer's nils aro Invaluable for tho cure
of headache, constipation, stomach and
Liver troubles, and all derangements ot
tho digestive nnd assimilative organs
These pills are sugar coated, safo and
pleasant to tako, always reliable, and re
tain their virtues In any climate.
Located at tlie Ceutrnl.
W. h. Fornwalu, tonsorial artist, now
located at the Central Hotel, Is prepared to
do Urst-class work In all tho latest styles-
Ladles' and children's hair curling and
cutting a specialty. Give him a trial and
be convinced of (he excellence- ot his work
Udod workmen and lowest prices.
Often need somo safe cathartic and tonio
to avert approaching sickness or to relieve
colic headache, sick stomach. Indigestion
dysentery and tho complaints Incident to
childhood. Let the children tako Simmons
Liver Regulator and keep well. It Is pure
ly vegetable, not unpleasant to tho taste
and safe to take alone or In connection
with other medicine.
The two great enemies Hood's Barsa
parllla and Impure blood. The latter is
utterly defeated by the peculiar medicine.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Ctoria.
Whoa Bab? wm sick, tie hr Cutoria.
Whan tho wu a Child, she cried (or CastorU,
When shs bcm Ulu, ih clone to CutorU,
Whta tbs had ChlMrtn, sit gars tows CaatorU.
Henry I). Anglo appointed trustee nf tho
cstato of Henry Q. Miller, ilcc'd, In place
J. II. Iletler,
John G. Freeze appointed guardian of
Priscllla Bowman. I
Emma It. Moyer vs. W. U. B.rwlck,
certiorari! opinion 6f court filed reversing re out Uie intermediary, DC
judgment of Justice. I tween the makers and you.
Estate of John Hoats, deo'dj petition for
rulo on heirs filed.
Road In Scott township near J. M.
Show's opinion filed setting asido report.
Road In Jackson township, near Geo.
Rcmley's, opinion filed, reviewers to bo
Geo. Uess, Ira Thomas and I. IC. Dewltt
appointed viewers ot a road In Bugarloaf
near Jos, O. Hess.
Application for charter for Echo Park
Fish and Gamo Association; opinion filed,
approval withheld with lcavo to renew ap
plication without further advertisement to
tho court or a law judgo thereof within
Commonwealth vs John Whlto ct. at,
petition to strike off nolle pros, filed.
H. B. Low vs. John M. Fairchlld, peti
tion to open judgment filed.
Venire order for Sept. term and ruling
on cases for trial. Adjourned court to bo
held Aug. . 2d, at 0 a. m. for disposition
of cases and argument list.
Jacob L Glrton vs. Geo. A. Herring, ct.
al., opinion filed, judgment for"plalntlff In
$2 and costs.
liloom 1'oor unmet vs. uemiock roor
District; order of justice- affirmed.
Hood, Bonbrlght & Co. vs. Bol Buss,
adm'r; judgment for plulntlff In $47.47
with i costs.
Alfred B. Cole vs. Columbia Co.; judg
ment for plaintiff in $30 and costs.
Jtoad In Jackson township, James
Sbcetz, Jcrre Van Sickle and D. S. Rob-
bins appointed viewers.
rniLiDiLpnu, Monday, Hay 11, 1883.
The store is in Summer trim.
Hot weather things have been
put to the front. Everything.
The light and airy Dress SttiffsM
tne Dripnt aummer anics : tne
Parasols ; the filmy Curtains
the hundred sorts of sportintr
and outing Shoes ; the gay and
breeze-wooing Bonnets and
Hats, and such a Catherine 01
r .t! rrii j I
oporung tilings, aim saltan anu
"eed things, and Housekeeping
things (including every modern
appliance for making Ice help-
IUl in the ianilly), as you have
npvorn nnrW nnP rnnf hP J
..w. - - 1
, . .1 .t-
WC have put these things
ahnnt sn vnn enn see them and
J . .. . I
understand them easily. It is
Wit 01 Uie world Has contrived
to make the hot days and
nights comfortable. An Ob-
ject lesson in
the. things that
une to beptember.
You are welcome.
Our Sateen stock is perennial.
When we opened the season
with the announcement of 1059
styles shown simultaneously, it
would seem that no equal state
ment about batcens had ever
been made, but to that first
showing we have been adding
constantly. Now a little army
of new styles just out of the
the heels of hundreds of others
new this season, and yet scarce-
V two alike. And they are in
the colors most to your mind
sulphur and black
green and cream
garnet and cream
gobelin and white
navy and whlto
black and wlilto
and a dozen other just as
Patterns that have
been -here before :
sprigs and sprays
cluster color dots
Buds and blossoms and ragged
bits of brightness scattered
higgledy-piggledy, but peeping
with surprise nrettiness from
Black All-wool Henriettas
Genuine German. Plenty of
so-called all-wool Henrietta in
the stores that is nothing but
French Cashmere calendered to
give it the Henrietta finish
And it isn't Henrietta finish
after all. That silky sheen
doesn't come from calendering,
It s in the wool and the weave
Sticks to the stufi. These Hen
riettas are plump 45 inches
wide and bantr-up quality, but
the prices take a down dip
Were 85c, si, anu si. 25 ; now
75c, 85c, and$i.
The price-wings oi Albatross
are clipped a little 10 cents.
Only a Utile clip you say. Down
from 60 cents to 50. But twenty
per cent on Albatross is a big
clip. And then, too, the color
line is full no cullincfs nor
Scotch Zephyr Checked Ging
ir . 1
It yotl know Liingnams
one of the great honest Ging-
1 ,r ,.,:il
Hum mwiij out wiiii. iv juui
mind and you'll ask, Are they
? Well, no, they are not,
but it's a bright mind that will
say they do not bear a great
trade mark, liqual ? Yes, we
think so. They wero 40 cents
last week; 25 cents now, 30
Wool-and-Cotton Plaid Suit
ing. Small checks with over-
plaids, mostly cotton. In color
and style nearly equal to the
finest English Wool Suiting.
120 pieces. 34 inches. The
price is absurd 12 cents;
Too manv Parasols. Not
here, but with the makers. And
s0 ;t about t,at a vcry un.
. t iir
ual,u , . ' "l'"' ?v
Am t tllCSC prices a revelation ?
too Children's raranls f .79 $.33
101 Clack and black squares Sl-lnch
l-nUK-U W 119
100 flinch Twilled Coaching,
u.ariau umo, iigab urowo. ......
1 t.m l.W
260 92-Inch Coaching, plain colors, with
diock, naT, ecru, two Drowns ... 8.W 170
U5 ss-tnch KmaliriKll Coaching, nre
comhlnatlonslacludlDg black and
white. S.M 1.00
60 Baxonr Lace Covers, llzht and dark
ecru. .,,...,. ,. o.w x.uu i
I0O Saxony Laco Covers, beige and
cruam ..... 3.70
79 Largo Polka Dots, cardinal and
DiacK, owe ana duck., a.w
99 S2-lneh Coaching Stripes, black and
diock, DiacK ana cardinal.... o.ou
too 23-lncU coaching Faille Francalse,
vtutcu ffuuo rage, u?a cuiurs d.uu
-rs, .,, , -
This Will give you an idea Of
what we are doincf. 1 here is
not a Parasol named in this list
that has ever been shown before.
But the list is only a part. We
take many Parasols in our regu
lar stock and cut Ihc price in
'r 1 11 il .! mi 1
iaKcn au-m-an, mis win De
the most notable sale of Parasols
we have ever made.
benu your address and we
will send you our Catalogue for
the bpnnjr and bummer of 1888.
It will make your shopping by
mail a very easy matter.
Fine Cabinet portraits only
S3, doz. Life size Cravons only
$10.06. Viewing, copying and
enlarging. Instant process
Farmers work shoes in lace or buckle at
'w prices at c. M. vandcrsiico's.
Flno silk plush parlor suits at Baker &
uenucre. corner Main and West streets.
I. W. Ilartman A Sons are keeping up
" pieces or sa eens by new additions
nvprv vkpit. npa inn niAir
rnen in need 01 stocxings do not lorget
to call and see our laree assortment. Lad-
ies' lisle both In black and colors. Child-
ren'fl rlnilhln knnn linan with wliltn fppt.
. u. w. sloan.
nr. Honora A. Robblns treats diseases
of the eye and car, and Is prepared in trs
eres for s'a88C8- Mar.30.3m.
Ladies flno shoes at extraordinary low
prices at C. M. Vandcrsllce'a
The Farmers' Produce Exchange has
now on hand a full line ot farming utensils
8ucn as pitcn loms, manure forks, rakeb,
spades, shovels, scythes and sevthe snaths.
praln cradles, grind stones, hoes, bay forks,
hay rope, also a full line of tin, earthen,
wood and willow ware, and a comnlete
siock or rcriiiizcrs, piaster and salt.
Walnut couches for $0 00 at Baker &
Bender's, tho down town furniture deali r.1.
I. W. Ilartman. & Sons' bargains in all
wool French flannels at 25c will only hold
until June 1st. Call and see them. (.23
05 cents will buv a nair of shoos at G.
Call at O. II. Vandersllce's for barcratna
iu uauics- ana Aliases- snoes.
Vote nrrlvnl nf frnrtrf. nt Afps V V
Marsh's millinery store.
Call at onco and see tho bargains
reauy-maae cioming at isvans s oyer's.
Call at once and see the new goods lust
arrived from New York at Mrs. F. K.
A flno lino of ladles' and cents' cold and
silver watches lust received at C. K. Sav
age's 2nd door to First National Bank,
If you want a line dress suit mado to
order, call at Evans & Eynrs', they are sure
to please you in quality ana price.
Just received a laree invoice of parlor
Roods at llaker & Bender's, the down town
Ico cream Saturday cvenlnc at Mrs. F.
Silk and lisle thread cloves vcry low.
An excellent lisle thread glove for 15c. at
11. W. SLOAN'S.
Evaus & Ever have ready-made clothing
In all styles and prices. Call and see be.
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Hummer millinery direct from Philadel
phia and New York at Miss E. Darklcy'a.
Styles the latest. Prices the lowest.
A full Hne of base ball and tennis shoes
at (J. fli. Vandersllce's
New lino of crinkled seersuckers at I.
W. Ilartman A, Sons', extra good for 10c.
If you desiro a stylish hat nt low prices
call at Evans & Eyer, Cor. Main and Iron
Look at the cream colored flannel In our
window 6O0 per yd. u. W. SLOAN.
Solid silver and Dialed ware At 0. E.
Savage's, 2nd door to First National Bank,
New cask of dishes In this week at I.
Ilartman & Sons'.
Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired on
short notico and warranted, at O. E. Sav
ages, und door to f irst national Hank,
Fourteen houis in ono dav Is all tho nub
ile ought to demand of any one. I. W.
Ilartman & Hons close at a o'clock and do
not open the door after that time.
It vou are colne to net furniture, dont
forget that Baker & Bender will give you
a good bargain In all kinds ot furniture,
corner of Main & West streets.
THE HOMLIEST MAN m BLOOMSBUUQ
as well as thehandsomest.and others are In-
vIted t0 catl on an lrugglst and get free a
trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the
throat and lungs, a remedy that Is selling
entirely upon Its merits and Is guaranteed
in euro anu relieve an curonic ana acute
cougns, asuima, uroncuuis ana consump-
lion. 1 rice ou cents anu i
BOME FOOLISH TEOPLE
allow a cough to run until it gets
beyond tho reach of medicine. They
often say, "Oh, it will wear away,"
but in most cases It wears them
away. Could they bo induced to try tho
successful medicine called Kemp's Balsam.
which we sell on a positive guarantee to
cure, they would Immediately see the ex
cellent effect alter taking the first doso.
Price 60c. and Trial size frco. At all
licxema, itcliy, Hculy, Hklu
Tho simple application of "Swayne's
Ointment," without any Internal medicine,
will euro any case of Tetter, Salt Kbtutn,
lllngworm, Piles, Itch, Bores, Pimpler,
Eczema, all Scaly, Itchy Skin Eruptions,
no matter how obstinate or long standing.
11 is potent, cuenive, anu costs but atriue
To PnRsxnvK HATtinAt, Fr-owEiis. Din
tho flowers In melted pnrafllnc, withdraw
ing them quickly. The liquid should be
only Just hot enough tu maintain Its fluid
ity and tho flowers should bo dipped ono
at n time, held by tho stocks nnd moved
about for an Instant to get tld of air bub
bles. Fresh cut flowers, frco from moist
ure, mako excellent specimens In this way.
II you wouiu preserve your uuaiui mm iu
vlgoruto your entire system uso Pcrrlne's
Pure Barley Mnlt Whiskey. For sale by
0, B. Robblns, Bloomsburg, l'n. cow.
gUEEN VlOTOlilA 8 CII0WN.
The ciown of Queen Victoria consists of
diamonds, pearls, rubles, sapphires and
emeralds, set in sliver nnd gold. Its gross
weight Is 80 oz. 5 dnt, troy. Tho number
of diamonds aro 8,352; pearls, 278;
rubles, 0; sapphire?, 17; emeralds. 11. It
is an 01a Baying uncusy lies inu jtcitu iiKtb
wears a crown. It Is ocllcr to wear tho
crown of perfect liealtli and peace or
mind through tho curative effects of Pcr
rlne's Pure Barley Mi.lt Whiskey. For
salo by 0. B. Robblns, Bloomsburg, Pa.
IMICHl IMICHt ItCllllIK I'llCM.
BTlirroMS jiioisiuro ; intense licning and
stinging; most at niglil; worse ny scrntcb-
mg. ti allowed 10 conunuo minors torm,
wiilr.ii oucn bleed and Ulcerate, becoming
very sore, ownync s uintmcni stops mo
licning and uiccuing, ncais Ulceration, and
in most cases removes 1110 tumors. At
"lUWlO, Ul UJ ..,(111, U W i-JtlO. 11.
Sway no & Son, Philadelphia, may-t ly.
Ask For Ayer's
Barsaparllla, abd bo suro you got It,
when you want tho host blood-purlflor.
with its lorty years
"of unoxaniplod suc
cess In tho euro of
Blood Diseases, yon
can mako no mis
take) In preferring
to any other. Tho
foro-runner of mod
ern blood medicines,
Is still tho most pop
ular, being In great
er demand than all
"Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is soiling faster
than over before. I never liositato to
recommend It." Ooorgo W. Whitman,
Druggist, Albany, Jnd.
"I am safe In saying that my sales of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla far excel thoso of
any other, and It gives thorough satisfac
tion." L. II. Bush, Dos Moines, Iowa.
"Ayer's Sarsaparilla and Aycr's PIllSi
aro the best selling medicines in my
Btore. I can recommend thorn consclon
tiouBly." O. Blckhaus, Pharmacist,
"Wo havo sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla
here for over thirty years and always
recommend It when asked to iiamo tho
best blood-purlller." W. T. McLean,
Druggist, Augusta, Ohio.
I havo sold your medicines for tho
last seventeen years, nnd always kcon
them in stock, as they aro staples.
'Thoro Is nothing so good for tho youth
ful blood' as Ayer's Sarsaparilla."
It. L. Tarkor, Fox Lako, Wis.
"Ayer's Sarsaparilla gives tho best
satisfaction of any medicine I havo In
stock. I recommend it, or, as tho
Doctors say, ' I prescribo it over tho
counter.' It never falls to meet tho
cases for which I recommend It, even
whero tho doctors' prescriptions havo
boon of no avail." O. F. Calhouu,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
t'rke l; tlx bottUt, $5. Worth (3 a bottle.
R'S GINGER TONIO without delay. It
j manvof tlm KumtAui.nil Ullm Mt t-ns1w
ror ui tnecuuni or mo inrotic and tainpj, and diwfu-t'a
iisinif irvmuninire uioou ana eio&UKiion. lite return
and tick, ptnifnrllni? atr&lntf dbtease, ami slowly drifting
to the rrare, wtll In many- rates reaver their health by
lbs timely dm of rat-lrcr'n Qlnf-er Tonic, but delay Isdan
reroug. Take It In time. It id invalunhlo fur all polns
aad Uordor ot Btomava and bowel. COu. at DruRkcbrts.
A NEW BOOK.
By Ueoroe Ui dwell, the lender in the allfged
$6,000,000 forpery on tho Hunk of Kuglnnd. A mar
veioat story of tile otHirattons in tbJi country nntl lu
Europe. A complete hlutory of tho cteftntic forry,
11U arrest, trial and 14 jtarB expcnvM-e lu EnlUh
prisons ard dungeons, mire to rrruie n hciihu
tlon. HnorniaiiN male m.ureA. liool vrdend
Ufore a page trinltd. fc-pcuk quickly for territory,
and eend for illustrated dtecriiaion and special term.
Address S. S. fee it Ai ton & Co., Hartford, Coim.
By virtue ot Bandry writs ls.ued out of tho
Court ol Common Pleas of Columbia county, I'a.,
and to me directed will be exposed to public salo
at the court house In the town of Ulocmsburg, I'a.,
SATURDAY, JUNE IC, 1888,
at 2 p. in., all that certain messuage piece or par
cel ot land sltuateln Franklin township, Colum
bia county, i'a.
No. 1. Bounded and described as follows, to-wit:
Commencing at a point In a public road leading
from Catawlssa to,ltoarlngcrcck la Franklin town,
ship, near the houso ot John .(Hasxmeler, thence
north;twcnty-elght and a lull degrees, east thirty
two and six-tenths rods to a yellow plno down,
thence north ono degree, east ono hundred and
sixty-four and three-tenths rods to a post, thenco
south eighty-three degrees, west ono hundred and
seventy-nine rods to a hickory ; thence souih eight
degrees, west ono hundred and twenty and three
tenths rods to a post In the public road , thenco
south eighty-six degrees, east cnc.hundred and
thlrty.nvo and nine-tenths rods to a point In the
road to Boarlogcreck road, thenco touth twenty
degrees, east eighteen and nine-tenths rods,
thence seventy-seven and a halt degrees east six
teen rods; thence south thlrty-slx degrees, east
twenty-six and six-tenths rods to the place of be
ginning; containing one hundred and slxty-ono
acres and nineteen perches, on which aro erected
a frame dwelling house, bank barn and .out-buildings.
ALSO a right ot.way from said houso along the
right bank ot Koarlngcrt-ek through division No. 2.
to a public rood, sold to Jacob Schuyler by John
W. Hoffman, High fherirf of Columbia county,
deed dated March .1, 18T8 and conveyed by said
Schuyler to J. 11. Itoblson.
Seized taken In execution at tho suit ot Thomas
Trench vs. James lloyd ltoblson, and to bo sold as
the property of James llojd ltoblson.
ZiBK,Atty. At FL Fa,
A lot of ground situate In tho town ot Ulooms
burg, county ot Columbia, bounded and described
as follows, to-wlt i Beginning at a corner ot lot
of Peter B. Knapp on Iron street, between Second
and Third streets, thence eastwardly alongsald
lot one hundred and six feet to an alley, thenco
southwardly along said alley thirty feet to an
other lot ot Charles Krug, thence along said lot
westwardly one hundred rind six teet to a corner
on Iron street, and thence northwardly nlong said
street thirty feet to corner ot lot of l'eter E.
Knapp aforesaid, tho place of beginning, whereon
are erected a two story fiatne dwelling house and
Another;iot ot ground sltuato In tho town 0(
Uloomsburg aforesaid, bounded and describe! as
follows! Beginning at a corner of the above do
scribed lot on Iron street, thence along said lot
eastwardly ono hundred and six teet to an alley,
thence southwardly along Bald alley leet
to lot ot the ltetormcd congregation, I hence west
wardly alone said lot ono huodred and six feet
to a corner on Iron street,thence northwardly along
said street feet to a corner, the place of
beginning, whereon are erected a twoBtory frame
Belied taken In execution, and to be sold as tho
property ot Charles Krug.
AL Ft Fa. HAMl'KL RMITlt,
May a & blierirr.
OWN ORDINANCE NO. 33.
m ordinance to onen Lackawanna Avenue (com.
monly called blxtu ttreet) from .Market btreet
westward to West street.
bicriox 1. lie it ordained and enacted by the
Town council of the town 01 Ulooiiitburg, and It
Is hereby enacted by authority of the su met That
said Lackawnnna Aenue be opened ta a public
highway from .Market street wrsluaid to West
street, of the width of tut)- feet, the noHti bide on
line thereof beginning at a point lu the el line
of Market street, and In the uortb line of sold
Lackavanna Aveuue. as owned eastward fiom
-Market street, thtrty-nre teet north of a marked
stone In the west line of .Market street, thencu
south Blxiy-four degrees and furty-nno lalnutea
west, parallel w Ith Fifth street, eight bundled and
ntty-lour and ttghty-uve one hundredths leet.
Passed April 2D, lbss.
Attest P. 8. IIAKMAN,
HmisLNiviiiKr-, 1'rvslder.t etTowuCuuni.lt
GUT YOUlt JOB 1'IUNTING
BONIS AT Tl I IS