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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. i
THE STOMACH 19 TUB
In which the blood Ismade. It
tho fond Is nn Hilarious kind.
of cotirso Hip blood will not bo
perfect nnd tho health will bo
Warner's Safe Yeast
Is destined In do nway n,s far
ns possinie. wmi me. uscm in
Jurlous yeasts, which mako
the staff of life so much of a
detriment Instead of a bless
Ins. Ten cakes In a box, prlco
Health PrrifMlnii, Pure)
If job grocer docs not keep It, tscndforlt by
Wnrn r'n Snro V-mt Cnin'y, Itnrliiatir, N.Y.
THURSDAY, JAN. 28.
Hstrrigan's Double Hibernian Co,,
1UISI1 AND AMKUICAN TOUItlSTH.
Positively tho largest and most complcto enter
tainment of tho kind In existence.
8 Groat Comedians 8
Supported by a strong comedy company In tho
funniest of all comedies,
2 THE TWO BARNEYS, 2
OH MULLIGAN'S DOOliLK.
A tour through Ireland, Homo and America.
bowing you nearly all of tho principal cities and
magnificent ruins. A varied nnd picturesque) de
lineation of th) life, customs anil scenery by a
company of ladles and gentlemen who would
scorn to display nnj thing but the most rellmd en
tertainment. During tho tour tho following co
lebrltlcs will appear: Jerry Cohan, 11m. Cohnn,
Wily .Monroe, John Kagan.l'on. Touhey, MnJ. Mllea
O'Oorman, (leo. Coupe, Nellie Cohan, Nellie Coupe,
l'atll Illshof, hos. llarrlgan.
a W. Washburn, - - - Business M'ger,
E. A, Bigolow Press Agent
HKSKUVE1) BEATS on sale nt McKIn
ncy's olllco without extra clmrfic.
FRIDAY, JANUARY, 22, 1880.
(IIIUIUT lltll.1111111 Till: TAHU'.
Trains on the Philadelphia It II. leavo Itupert
as follows : ,
0:30 a.m. 11:49 a.m.
3:14 p. in. 0:13 p.m.
Trains on the D. L. & W. 11. It. leavo llioorcsburg
:21 a. m. 8.30 a. m.
10:51 a in. 11.41 n. m.
ii.so p. m. 4:11 P. m.
ii:3o p. m. 8:1 p. m.
Trains nn tho N. V. 1). Hallway pass Bloom
Ferry as follows :
10:54 a. m. 15:a" p. m.
0.37 p. in. 4:15 1'. in.
10:1 la in 0.13 Dm
Illooiu I'onr District.
Tlio members of the Democratic County
Cominltleo for nioiimsburg, East Scott,
West Scott, Greenwood and Sugarloaf aru
requested to meet nt tho Exchange Hote
parlor in llloomsburg dn Saturday, Jnn
unry 23rd, 18S0, at one o'clock p. nv, for
tbo purpose of placing in nomination two
persons ns candidates for I'oor Dlrectois
for tliu Mlonm Poor District. A full nl
tendanco Is desired.
Jan. 8-!it. Chairman.
IITIII.IC HA I. IIS.
Tlio executors of John Kelchner decent
ed will sell valuable real estate In Centre
and Orange townships, on Saturday, Jan
uary 23, 1880. Sec advertisement.
Sir. O. V". Hates is seriously 111.
Mrs.Judgc Elwell is vlsitlngln Towandn.
Mrs. Rogers, of H.izeltou, is visiting her
Mr. Frank Wolf, of Stillwater, was In
town on Tuesday.
Protlionotnry Snyder is sueiing witli n
Mr. A. O. Stongc, of Montour Twp., was
in town on Tuesday.
Miss Annie Haccnbueh of Orangevillu Is
visiting her sister in Willlatnsport.
Father O'itellly, of Columbia, formerly
of this place, was In town n few hours last
Mr. David Lowonberg nttended tliu meet
ing of tho Democratic State committee nt
Harrisburg on Wednesday, having been
deputed by Gro. E. Elwell, tliu member for
this county, who was prevented from go
ing by a legal engagement.
Tliu ice houses are nearly nil filled.
Tho sleighing is excellent, and ninny
merry parties are making tliu most of it.
The Lock Haven Opera llousu had a
narrow escape fiom lire on tho 18th.
Fon Kent. A very desirable residence,
Inquire of Knorr & Wintersloen or nt Phil
Try Tower smoking and chewing tobacco
and you will like it. For sale by Alexaud
cr Bros. & Co.
Steam connection has been made with
many residences, and It is expected that
steam will bo turned on Thursday.
Several sleigh loads made up of the
Episcopal congregation and their friends,
drove to Danville on Tuesday evening.
It. Bernard has a lino stock of watches,
jowelry and silverware. Only llrst class
goods nt low prices nil goods warranted us
represented. dec 11. tf
Tiio Annual meeting of tho Stale Hoard
of Agriculture will bo held in Harrisburg
on the 27th and 28th Inst. An interesting
programme has-been prepared.
Tho name of Great Bend village, in Sus
quehanna county, has been changed to
Hallstcad, in honor of Superintendent
nallstead of the D. I.. & W. railroad.
Wo will pay cash for wool during the
months of January and February.
Sands & Eldei:,
Tlio funeral of Mrs. Chns. E. Itclco took
place on Saturday last in St. Columba's
church. Tho choir of tho Catholic church
of Danvlllo rendered tho musical part of
Tho safe business was well represented
on Tuesday, There were three agents In
town. A largo Farrel safe was purchased
by Geo. E. Elwell. Paul E.Wirt nnd Fath
cr Clark also Invested in tho sumo make.
James M. Long, of Benton, is engaged
extensively in lumbering. Ho has two
steam saw mills nt work In Sugarloaf
township and employs 27 men. Ho is pre
pared to furnish lumber of any kind, nnd
at reasonable prices,
James Itcilly has repurchased his old
stand from A. II. Ncyliard, mid took pos
session on Monday, It Is a first-class bar
ber shop, pool uud billiard room, and
Ileilly will be glad to welcome back his old
menus aim customeis.
I was guaranteed a sure euro if I took
Keller's Catarrh Hcmcdy. I was u wreck.
I tried it, continued and urn now cured.
My weight has increased 20 pounds.
I'. U. AiiiBiiTsoy, N. 0. It. W, & P. & E.
Tho grand Jury of Lnckawanna county
condemns tho jail at Scrnnton as too Insc
euro for tliu confinement of culprits, nnd
rebukes committing magistrates for return
lug largo numbers of trilling cases to court
which ought to bo disposed of at tho prl
An cxc.liango says it Is a common occur
renco for children to get cofTeo grains, nnd
nlhcr foreign subs'anccs up tliclr nostrils.
Heio Is n simple remedy worth remember
lug! Get tliu chllil to open lis mouth, apply
your mouth to It, and blow hard; tho of.
fending substance will bo expellid from
List of leticrs remaining In tlio Po3t Of.
flee nt llloomsburg for week ending Jan.
Mrs. S. 0. Crovcr, Harry L. Evan, Miss
Mario A. Evans, Master E. V. Hartman,
Jopeph II. Poulus, Miss Funnlo Hltchle.
M. 8. Funkliouser, Mr. William Lowry,
t..flllt - t. I, -, " T
.uu iiiiiiius l5 miner.
Persons cnlllng for theso letters will
nlease say 'advertised."
GnonrjE A. Claiek, P. M.
The proposition tir hold a Farmer's Insti
tute at tliu annual meeting of the A'grlcul.
tural soclely H a good one. It will enlist
tlio Interest of the ladles, and make 1 lie
meetings instinctive- nnd entertaining.
The charter contemplates something of this
kind, but for years the election of officers
has been the only business transacted.
There Is plenty of talent In Columbia
county out of which an excellent pro
gramme can bo made, nnd wo predict that
this new departure marks tliu beginning of
a new era in the history of the Agrlcultur
Mr. Charles Dudley Warner will contri
bute to tho February Harper's a paper on
"Education ns a Factor in Prison Keform."
lie explains and advocates tliu Elmlra sys
tern of presenting to convicts tho powerful
motive of the desire of regnlnlng liberty, by
means of educational discipline tu which
the prisoner cannot sharo Including a
compulsory workshop, school, nnd physl-
cal gymnasium the result being that the
ptlsloner goes back to his duties in society
befoio the end of his sentence a man re-
n'odelled by wholesome self-develupmcnt
Into the possibilities of n good citizen.
Prof. Niles' Musicale nt tho house cf
liev. D. J. Waller on Friday evening, be
gins at 7:30.
1. Overture Lustspcti.
2. Nora Cornet holo.
3. White Wings Vocal Solo.
1. Will o' the Wisp Galop.
S. Charge of the Unlans Piano Duett.
0. When tho Heart Is Young. Vocal Solo.
7. L'cs Indlantina Waltz..
8. See the Pale .Moon Vocul Duett.
II. Norman Violin Solo
10. Distant Chimes Vocal Trio.
11. Souiu's from the North Waltz.
12. Sleep my Lady Male Voices.
13. Bonnie llrochc Polka.
Admission 25. Proceeds for the Ladies'
Furnishing Fund cf the Presbyterian
We have received several pieces of mu
sic from Oliver Dltson &, Co., Boston. The
titles of the pieces nrc:
" ' Twas Ero the Mellow Autumn Moon."
(30cts.) Song by Fred Field.
"Glory to Thee, my God, this Night."
(40cts.) Soprano song by Gounod.
"Mexican National Hymn," (3tfcts.) by
"The Oak Fern." (30cts.) Easy piece for
piauo, by John Pridham.
"Lorlcy Waltz." (30cts.) An easy piece
by 1). Plate.
"The Fairies' Polka." (30cts.) An easy
polka by Pridham.
"Dulllo's Wedding March," (30ots.) by
"Mlkn''o Lanclers." (40cts.) Arranged
by J C. Mncy.
EniTOKiiui'. Some people estimate the
ability of a periodical and the talent of its
editor by the quantity of Its original mat
ter. It Is comparatively an easy task for a
frothy wiiter to string out a column of
words upon any and all subjects. His
ideas may How in one weak, washy, ever
lasting Hood, and the command of his lan
guage may enable him to string them to
gether like biinehus of onions, and yet his
paper may bo but n meagre nnd poor con
cern. Indeed the mere writing part ol ed
iting :i paper is but a small poitlon of the
work. The care, the time employed in se
lecting, is far moic itnpotlniit, and the fact
of a good editor is better shown by his ce.
lections than anything elsej and that, we
know, U half tliu battle. But, ns wn have
said, an editor ought to bu estimated, ills
labor understood ami appreciated, by the
general conduct of his paper Its tone, its
unifjim, consistent course, ntiii, manliness,
dignity, and Its propriety. Courier-Journal.
The ciillcisins on tho form of the Court
proclamation, by the Sentinel of last week,
Is so evidently the work of a novice that
no detailed reply is necessnty. But the
spirit which has culled forth this criticism
deseives some notice. For many years
the Court proclamation has appeared In the
same form as at present sometimes In one
paper and sometimes in another. Duiing
tliu twelve years that Mr. Krickbaum was
clerk to the Commissioners it was pub
lished rcguhuly and paid for, but he did
not discover that it was unnecessary, uor
thut the form was Incorrect, nnd hv makes
his discovery only after he has printed the
proclamation in his own paper for three
successive terms of court, word for word as it
afimrtd in the Columiiian and 5 resent3 his
bill. Upon the tefuial of Ilia
Commissioners to pay It, lie appeals to the
County Auditors to pass his bill, uud fall
ing to succeed in this, like the dog In tho
manger, lio determines that if lie can't be
paid for It, no ouo elso shall recelvo any
thing. In fact, ho made tho statement to
the Auditors that unless they pass his bill
he would see that no ono else should bo al
lowed for the work.
Tlicro was a very good reason why his
bill was not paid. It has been the practice
to give out this printing by contract to ono
paper, and last year this contract was
awarded to tho Columiiian, As soon as
Mr. Krickbaum bought the Sentinel he in
serted the proclamation without nny au
thority, and when tho Commissioners re
fuse to pay for work not ordered by them,
he undertakes to carry out his threat to
prevent tho publication anywhere. In
other words, lie says, "unless you pay mo
all I demand, whether earned or not, I will
appeal from the report of the Auditors,"
and as a preliminary step he attempts to
show that the printing is unnecessary.
Bulldozing may do very well for a poli
tician, but as an editor, tho proprietor of
the Sentinel will find that It does not work
Scctt's Emulsion cf Furs
Cod I.Ueroil MitlillyiionhoHpliltcri
Its Uso In Lung Troubles,
Dr. Hlrnm Cadoretto, of Jacksonville,
Fla. says; "1 have for tho last ten months
prescribed your Emulsion, to patients suf.
ferlng from lung troubles, and they seem to
bo greatly benefitted by its use."
1 Imvo been troubled with catarrh from
boyhood and had considered my case
cnronio until iiiiout uireo years ago j pro
cured ono bottle of Ely's Cream Balm, and
1 count myself sound to-day. all from the
use of ono bottle. J. 11. Coolcy, Hurdvuiro
Merchant, Montrose, Piu '
Wo will send by mail post-paid to nny
constaulo in tho county, tine dozen election
notices on receipt nt 10 cents. This Is much
cheaper than they can bo written. tf
Will tic IllHcliarKCil In 8f,
Supt. Illgbec, of tho Soldiers' Orphan
schools, has forwarded to each Post of
Grand Army n list of 1!00 children who will
bo discharged from tho schools during
1880. This Is dono so that an effort can bu
made to sccuro them places to make an
honest livelihood. All tho children to bu
discharged are 10 years of age.
I.cmt, Htruyctl cr Htolcil.
At the Democratic County Convention
last July, a committee appointed In 1884,
made its report on revision of the rules of
tho partyi Since that tlmo ths report has
not been published, and wo have never
been able to discover what became of It.
If any ono can furnish any Information ns
to tho whercibouts of the revised rules the
party will be glad to know whero they arc.
TO COXTKAUrOliS AND IlUH.WUt.
1 have on hand nnd for sale 1,000,000 ft.
of one-Inch second-growth white pine
boards, Including about 100,000 fl. of pitch
pine, Is a good quality and nil perfectly
dry, has been piled two ycrrs, will sel
reasonable for cash. Also n lot of hem
lock fencing find shingles of dlllercnt
kinds. Itom: MoIIenuy,
Jan. 15, 1880,-4t. Benton, Pa.
The law requires that tho constable of
every township shall give public notice of
tho township elections by ten or more prin
ted or written handbills, alllxcd atas many
of the most public places therein, at least
ten days before the election. In ense of
the death, removal or neglect of the con
stable to give sucn notice , it Is the duty or
the supervisors to glvo the notice. Printed
election notices can be obtniucd at this
olllcc, or will bo sent by mall on receipt of
10 cents In stamps.
A CtlUCl llllll.
Ou Mondny "Wild Bill" ran to Danville
and back, on n wnger that he could not
mukc the distance in 3 hours. He left
here nt 2 o'clock p. m., accompanied by
William Ferguson und Thomas Moyer In n
sleigh, and reached Danville In 1 hour nnd
13 minutes. After a rest he started back
and catnu up Main street on n trot at 5:05.
having 22 minutes to spare. This would
be good tlmo for a man on foot, even when
tho roads nrc in good condition; but con
sidering the hard travelling on account of
the snow, it is a remarkable run, nnd ex
hibits great powers of endurance. Several
hundred people gathered on Main street to
see "Vi lid Bill" come in on tho home
Cruel, If True.
Supt. Muller, of the public schools of
Nantlcokt, recently Issued an order direct
ing that the doors of all schools bo closed
and locked after opening hours and tha'
none of the tardy pupils should be admit
ted until the next session of school. Last
Friday morning two boys named Lloyd
and Bradley were late in arriving nt the
Welsh Hill building, taught by Miss Alice
Congdon, and found tho door locked.
They rapped, but got no auswer. The
weather wae several degrees below zero.
Later a woman passed by and heard the
boys crying. She learned tho cause, and
after repeated knocks at the door brought
out tho teacher and nsked that tho boys be
taken In. Her request was denied, tho
teacher claiming that she compiled with
tho principal's order, and shutting the
door. Tho woman dragged the children
to a r.eighborlug house, where it wns
found that both were nearly frozen. Ono
of them is likely to have Ids legs amputat
ed. This is one side of tho story. On the other
hand it is denied that the boys were oadly
frozen, ns they were out playing in less
than nn hour. There will probably bo an
FIUST Al'l'KAltANCElN 11AZKLT0N WITH MUCH
Plain Speaker, Oct, o, Hazelton.
Harngau's Hibernian Company of Irish
and American Tcurists exhibited for the
first timu in llils borough last evening In
the Casino Rink Theatre, to a large ami
lence.wlio were kept in continuous roars ot
laughter from th! time the curtain rang up
until tho termination of the show. Tho en
tcrtaininent was an excellent one from bo.
ginning to end. The company is a large
one, und each member of the organization
recommends himself or herself to the and
ience by good theatrical talent and accom
plishnients. Tho lllumii.ated scenes of
Ireland representing the various towns,
villages and cities with their ancient tow
ers, were magnificently portrayed upon
the cunvass. Tho singing of songs was
good and the dancing of the comcdlniis
was so much appreciated that vigorous en.
cores culled them out repeatedly. The act.
lug of Tim and Jerry Cohan as guides,
created endless enthusiasm. They were
ably assisted by'Nelllo Cohan and Patli
Bishop. Tho entire company is deserving
of special praiso as being ono of the best of
its kind that ever exhibited in this borough.
Tho management of tho Casino Ilink is to
bo complimented upon the efilcient and
practical manner iu which tho company
was afforded tho opportunity of producing
tho play and exhibiting their scenery by
the erection ot excellent stage facilities.
The company will appear again thl3 even
ing and should bo greeted by a crowded
llloomsburg Opera House, Jan. 28.
Opposition is said to bo the life of bus).
ness. this Is seen in the coal business of
our town. 1
By all nppearances there will bo a great
many changing resiliences In April.
Thos, Jenkins the coal miner forsook
theso parts on Saturday and went to Nan.
Lots of new sleighs.
If upsetting Is ar. essential part of a
slelghrldu then most of our people aru hav
Is it tho new brother-ln.law or tho now
girl that makes Milton Lehmon so cheerful?
Mr. A. J. Zelh of Bedford County and
Miss Jcnnlo Largo of this town wero mar
ried on the 2nd Inst.
Marshal Voct It It. section boss is very
Among the visitors In the township are
Mrs. B. Hcndcrshott and .Mrs. Swayzlo of
III. Jlrs Geo. Welsh of Watsontown,
Tlio remaining comes of tlio History
of Columbia County, n book of COO
pages illustrated and bound in cloth
will be closed out at S1.00 vaoli, 25
cents extra by mall. For salo nt tlio
Comjsiuun Office. IJloomsburf, Pa.
The regular nnnuaf meeting of the Col.
ttmbla County Agricultural, Horticultural
and Mechanical Association was hold lu
the Opera Houso on Sattirday,tho 10th Inst
The meeting was called to order by tho
President, Mr. Frcus Fowler, at2:30 o'clock
In tlio nfternoon, nnd on motion Geo. E.
Elwell Esq, was elected chairman, H. V
White Esq,, and W. 11. Allen were elected
secretaries, and A, N. Yost Esq., reading
clerk. The minutes of last meeting were
read nnd approved. Tho financial report
for the past yenr wai read by tho treasurer
J. C. Brown. It is as follows i
lialnneo In hands of Treas. Jan. 8, '80. .... I 104 07
l'roeceus ot notes. 608 7S
Hay sold., 87 IK)
Admlsslotj tickets sold 346f !
Mrand stand receipts.. .. nans
Mand rents. M(U
Horse, entries , 310 0)
Initiation fees and dues. 10! io
t &317 90
, t 19117 79
, 1173 49
I'nllce, detective and assistants
Printing, postage, Ac -
I-atior for Improvements....
Material for Improvements
Paid on real estate and Interest
plumbing and water tent, 3 years.
Nailo nl Trolling Association dues .
Kxpenso of delegates to Mate College, i
Procuring amendments to charter
He-pairs to bicycles.
liahmcc , . .
t 5317 30
. ( 173 04
llalanco In Treasury Jan'y 1,
C Hart on agreement
. ... 4W 00
FItKAH KOWI.KH, President,
.1 o Hitowx, Treasurer.
II V WHITE, Secretary.
The salaries of officers wero fixed as
follows : President $75, Vice Presidents,
Executive committee and Librarian iJ50
each j Secretary and Treasurer $100 each j
auditors $2.00 per day. Nominations for
officers for the ensuing year being in order,
the following persons wero nnmed ; Presl
nent, Samuel Camp, Vice Presidents,
William Shalfer, J. W Dowltl, Baltls Ster
ling and Jeru Kostenbauder j Exicutlve
Committee, J. P. Freas, Dr. A. P. Hello',
John Applcmanj Librarian, Thomas Webb;
Secretary, H. V. Whlto j Treasurer, James
O. Brown; F. B. Hartman and Arthur
Creasy were appointed Tellers. There be
ing no other nominations for theso offices,
on motion J. K. Grotz was authorised to
cast the ballot for the association for all
those nominated respectively, nnd they
were declared elected. Tho following
nominations were mado for auditors : K.
C. Ent, Geo Conner, J. P. Sands nnd W.
M. .Monroe. A ballot was taken nnd the
tellers reported the following result : Ent,
fiO Conner 07, Sands 82, Monroe 37. Messrs
Ent, Conner, and Sands having re.'.clved
the highest number of votes, were dcclnred
Geo E. Elwell reported that as special
solicitior. for the Association he had made
application to tho court for amendments to
tiio chnrtcr, and that tho same were ap.
proved by the court on Nov. 10th, 1835,
and duly recorded
Mr. Aaron Smith moved that hereafter
the officers be allowed to elect themselves,
and thus save tho society the trouble of
coming together, as tho slate wes always
made up beforehand nnd carried through
just as tho officers wanted It- The motion
was seconded, and the chnlr ruled it out of
Mr. A, P. Young moved that hereafter
tho annual meeting of tho Association be
gin on thcFriday befori tho first Saturday
in January at 10 o'clock a. m and contin
ue for two days, the election of officers to
be held on Saturday afternoon at two
o'clock, and that a proerammo bo arranged
by the committee, embracing essays, ad
dresses &c, on agricultural topics. In
support of the motion Mr. Young said it
had been dcmontrated at the recent boss
Inn of the State Board of Agriculture that
wo had plenty of home talent with which
to make a very Interesting programme, and
ho thought the annual meeting should be a
sort of Farmers' Institute where much vnlu
ablo information could bo obtained. The
resolution was adopted.
Mr. Chandlco Eves, member of the State
Board called attentlou to tho meeting of
that body to be held in Harrisburg on Wed
nesday, the 27th. On motion adjourned.
A meeting of the newly elected board
wus held In the ofllco of U. V. White Esq.,
for organization immediately after the ad
journment. Tux CollecturH.
We have already printed tho new law re
quiring tax collectors to be elected, but as
It Is an important matter we publish ngalu
tho substance of the Act.
Section 1 requires the electors in each
borough and township to elect a collector
at tliu annual Spring election, whose term
shall commence on the 1st of April follow
ing. Section 2 provides Hint Court of Quarter
Sessions shall fill all vacancies, whether by
non-election or failure tn qualify and serve,
by the fourth day of lite term next succeed
ing the election.
Section 3 requires oath and bond by tiio
collector, the bond to be In double the
duplicate with nt least two sureties exe
cuted to tho commonwealth, to bo ap
prove by the Court of Quarter Sessions
and filed with its clerk,
Section 4 requires tho duplicates to be
prepared nnd delivered to the collector by
the 1st ot August. Itoad tuxes are except
ed, except Biich as the road supervisors
may In their discretion require to bo paid
Section 5 gives the collector the powers
of county tax collectors.
Section 0 requires the collector to keep
a book for public inspection of the taxpay
ers arranged alphabetically with their
taxes, and deliver It to his successor.
Section 7 requires public notlco of receipt
of duplicate, nud a discount Is to bo al
lowed of 5 per cent, on all taxes paid
within 00 days and a penalty of 5 per cent,
added on oil unpaidtaxes after 0 months.
Section 8 requires tliu collectors to bo at
somo specified place on each Thursday,
r'rl'iay and Saturday, from 2 to 0 p. m.,
during the last two weeks of tho CO days to
Section 0 fixes compensation. Five per
cent, on all taxes collected without allow
ance of discount, two per cent, on tho dis
counted or three per cent, if the whole du.
plicate Is less than $1,000.
Section 10 requires exonerations to bo
made as tho present law stands.
Section 11 requires settlements with the
borough or township auditors for borough
or township taxesj with tho commissioners
for county taxes.
Section 12 requires taxes on unseated
lands to bo returned to tho comiftUsloners
and collected through the county treasurer
Section 13 repeals all general laws In.
consistent, but provides that this law shall
not repeal local laws. Under this provis
ion boroughs Incorporated by Bneclnl
charter with a mode provided therein for
collecting tho taxes, or townships having
a special act regulating tlio collection do
not como under tho law at all. They still
contlnuu to collect tho taxes iu their spec
It will bo Incumbent on borough and
township officers, whoso duty It Is to ad
vertlso tho Sprlug election to acquaint
tll.maflvfH nu tn tlipan annnlnl lnwa If am.
180 as to know whether to give notlco or
not lor tbo election of a collector lu their
The County IiiRtltutc,
MesSIIS. EtWKI.L & IltTTKXnKNDKR, Dear
flirt i I noticed In your last Issuo an arti
cle written by a Catawlssa correspondent
In refcrencu to tho flnnnccs of tho County
If ho had been present nt tho last session
of tlio Institute ho would lmvo noticed that
a commltteo of two wero appointed by tho
Institute to audit tho Superintendent's ac
count for the year 1884 nnd 1885.
ltccclpts $570.75 expenditures $471.91,
balance on hand for said year $08.84.
O. II. IUkki.khs,
31. Klt.a Andrews,
Balance on hand previous years $21.03.
The evening entertainments nro not re
quired by law ns a part ot the Institute.
They are gotten up by myself for tho en
tertainment and profit of the teachers and
Min public. I am personally responsible
for nil of tho expenses. If thcro Is a de
ficit, I must pay It. Tho surplus mon
ey I voluntarily give to tho Institute
In many of the counties ot the state, the
Superintendents keep the surplus money
which they hive n legal right to do.
There Is not a single town In the county
which have a regular courso of lectures.
It mn'.ters not how much teachers may de
sire to attend lectures, they cannot often
do so In this county.
Tho expenses of tho teachers who attend
tho Institute, so far ns board, traveling,
etc., arc concerned arc tho same whether
they attend evening lectures or not.
I have put forth nil possible efforts to
give the teachers and tho public as good
evening entertainments ns I possibly could.
Before Dr. Hlgbcc's lecture Mondny even
ing Dec. 31, 1883, I publicly stated that If
there was a deficit I was personally respon
sible, nnd If there was any money left, 1
would give it to tho Institute. Tho next
day a number of tho teachers said to me
that it was nn Imposition to let me be re
sponsible for so much money without hav
ing any assurance of any funds with which
to meet tho expenses. It was suggested
that nn enrollment fee of ono dollar be
A resolution to that effect was presented
to the Institute at the closo' of Its session
and passed without a dissenting vote. I
was afraid that wo wero not yet ready for
an enrollment fee and so stated In my
talk on .Monday evening. Tho Institute
thought differently and I quietly, although
reluctantly, acquiesced. In taking this ac
tion Columbia county placed Itself along
the side of tho best Institutes of the state.
This year an opportunity was given to
tho teachers to enroll, but they were not
asked to do so. The enrollment card not
only gavo tho teachers a reserved seat for
the course of lectures for fifty cents less
than the popular prices, but an opportunl
ty to select n desirable seat three hours be
fore anyone who was not a teacher. The
tlmo the teachers were In attendance at
tho Institute whether enrolled or not was
reported to the various secretaries.
As only about a dozen complimentary
tickets were issued, except to those who
rendered service, I do not deem it necess
ary to multiply words on that subject.
It might not be uninteresting to give a
short sketch of the history of our Institute,
As this artlelo is nlready lengthy I will only
say tha', the receipts from the sale of tick
ets at my first Institute were only $00.50 j
this year $500.75. At that time the people
of Bloomsburg did not patronize lectures
as they now do. That winter threo of the
most activo attorneys iu tho town of
Bloomsburg gave tho citizens a course of
lectures. They canvassed the town nnd
worked It up as I never knew nny other
committee to do, and yet they did not meet
I have not realized a single dollar on the
Instltuto or Institutes, but on the contrary
have expended quite a good deal of my
money in preparing for them.
A statement of the receipts and expendi
tures of all tho Institutes held by mo can
be seen at my office.
J. S. GlIt.MKS,
A happy and joyous altair occurred at
Hugh McBride's last Thursday evening
14th. It was brought about by tho mar
riago of JIlss Ida Sleeker (sister of Mrs.
McBride) to Mr. Andrew Sharretls, of
Espy, Pa. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. Hharretts (father of the bride
groom) in tho presence of forty tuvlted
guests. Miss Lizzie Moore of this place
acted as bridesmaid and Mr. Chas. Mc
Amcy of Espy as best man. After the two
were pronounced ns one, the guests par
took of an excellent supper, tho perfection
of which showed much skill und taste In
its preparation. Many haudsomo and use
fill presents were received, whoso value
will be fully realized a few months hence.
In the midst of supper Cnpt. Bitten,
bender and his band cautiously p.
preached tho houso and suddenly strick
up with a medley of no little noise, where
upon the brldo and groom appeared In the
door and wero cheered and heartily con
gratulated by members of tho band. Tho
ovenlng was an enjoyable one, long to bo
remembered by those present. Merry,
making of various sorts continued until 11
o'clock, when nil dispersed with best re
gards and wishes for tho happy groom and
A surpriso sleighing party from Light-
street stopped at J. E. White's Friday last.
P. A. Stroup has gono toSulHyaD county
to engago in lumbering. .
Mud is mud, open or tight. A musk-rat
Is a muskrat. wrong or right. But the
snow-flako continues to fall, right in the
face of them all. Present appearances in-
illcato that Mr. East Benton and his musk-
rats have to seek other quarters to keep
D. S. Foulk closed school last week, ow.
Ing to measles among his pupils. Ho re
opened on Monday,
It Is a common thing to buy packages
coutaing prizes, but It Is an uncommon
thing to buy buckwheat flour tn sacks,con
talnlng prizes. Tno other day Mrs. Julia
Stroup found a gold cuff button In a sack
of flour purchased at tho new Ited mill.
Why or how it got there is not known.
Hemlock has no jurymen for February
term of court. Tho only township In tho
county that will not bo represented.
Mr. Esau Glrton is lying very sick.
Slight hopes of his recovery are enter.
Madison farmers are taking advantngo
of tho snow In the way of llmo hauling.
Hugh Appleman returnod from Danville,
Saturday with a now swell box sleigh,
Hev. 1 A. hharetu will not hold any
protracted meeting at this place this sea
son. Harry Mastcller, Alva JMcrrcll, John
Betz, Samuel Ohl, formed a sled load nnd
paid Wm, Mastcller of Madison a visit on
On Tuesday evening of this week the
Patrons of Husbandry had an oyster sup
per at Wm. Appleman's.
Mrs. L. M. Hartman Is paying hcrduugh
ter near Orangovillo a visit,
Tlio remaining copies of the History
of Columbia County a book of COO
pages illustrated and bound h cloth
will bu closed out at 81 00 eaoli, 25
cents oxtra by mail. Foe Bale at tho
Comjmhian Ofllco. lfloomsburg, Pa.
Wlint will the IttoouiHlitirit Tax
Collector Collect 7
Tho act of Juno 25th 1885 regulating the
collection of taxes In tho tho several bor
oughs and towshlpsof tho Stnto provides
that the qualified electors of each borough
shall on tho third Tuesday of Febttiary
elect at officer to be styled collector of
taxes, whoso term of ofllco shall commence
on the first Monday of April following his
Section 13 of said Act provides that It
shall not apply to any taxes, tho collector
of which Is regulated by a local law.
The town of Bloomsburg was Incorporat
ed by a special law approved March 4lli
1870, which provides for the collection of
taxes in the town, In n manner which diff
ers from the general borough law. The
Act of 12 April 1880 mado a change in tho
collection of borough taxes, but the last
clause provided that that net should repeal
no local law, and It has never been applied
Our spcclat law provides that tho Town
Treasurer shall receivo tlio taxes for 30
days after giving public notlco tint ho Is
prepared to recelvo tho same, after which
the duplicate shall bo placed In tho hands
of a constablo or collector. Tho Act of
1885 provides that the collector of taxes
shall glvo public uotlco that the duplicate
Is In his hands, and a reduction of 5 per
cent, shall be made on all taxes paid with.
In tiity days. This seems to be in conflict
with tho special law under which wo aro
Incorporated, and under tho 13th section of
tho Act of 1885 it would appear that the
new law docs not apply to town taxes, and
that therefore tho collector to be elected
next month, will not have the collection of
Bloom Poor District Is also incorporated
under a special law, and It may be that
this, too, Is not changed by the new law.
As this is a matter of Importance and
ought to bo decided before the election, it
would bo well for tho authorities of the
Town, and of the Poor District to submit
the prcstion to their solicitors, and request
an opinion from them as to tho proper In
terpretation of tho law.
As to county, state ard school taxes
there can bo no room for doubt.
Tho Salvation Army has attempted to
come to town, but in their efforts, they
have, as yet, been unable to procure a place
to hold their meetings.
Tho revival held In tho Slethodlst church
thus far has not met with tho success that
It should. Wo are certain that it would
greatly add to tho peaco of tho town, if we
had a conversion of somo of those, who
beat their wives, and who slander their
neighbors and others who do wicked deeds.
Mr. Elias Weaver Sr., intends building
two houses in Shumantown this winter
and spring. I believe ho Intends moving
to town in the near future.
There is quite a good deal of sickness in
fills place, principally meascls, diphtheria,
There was a goodly number of citizens
from this place, visiting the county seat
the past week.
There appeared an article in the Item of
last week relative to the purchasing goods
In other places, by the people of this place.
Tho principal reasons I think is thut the
merchants here wish to get rich too fast,
and you can purchase more for the same
amount of money, than you can here, and
besides that, when they wish to employ
some person, do they give tho preference
to home labor, or if they can find some
other person, will not they employ them.
I believe In patronizing our home Indus
tries, but I think they ought to patronize
you, and not have it all on oue side.
The Canal Co., are putting up shanties
on the opposite sldo of the river, prepara
tory to repairing tho wall along the rail
road. Sleighing parties seem to bo tho order of
tho times, as there seems to be quite a
number of our peoplo who take advantage
of it, to take their wives and best ladles out
for a visit to some person, or n party.
There may bo some ono wondering why
so many ot those at present enjoying good
health succumb to disease so suddenly.
An examination of self may tell the story
or give some clue to Its solution. At this
writing wo have again passed through an
other change of the weather which leaves
some one in a very bad condition, by way
of cold, cither iu the head or breast, that
may, If neglected, result in dread disease.
Hence tho necessity of physiology, hygiene
und the useful study, the great work of
mankind. Tho question now is what ben
efit will bo derived by tlio study of the
same, when our law making power passes
laws making the sale of intoxicants legal,
and on the other hand pass a law compell
ing tho study of physiology and hygiene in
all our publb schools for tho purpose of
teaching young minds the danger ofMn
dulglng Iu tho intoxicating cup.
Tho creek at this place presents an np
pcarancc such as Is not usually seen at this
tlmo of year. Should we have a soft spell
of rain, considerable damago will bo tliu
Filling ice houses Is now the order of
the day. It cannot bo as conveniently
dono us In former years.
Miss Jennie Wanich Is spending a week
at John Wanlch's.
Conrad Hippenstecl, who met with what
might havo been a serious accident, is re
Humor has It that our town will havo
another hotel In tho Spring for tho accom.
modatlon of the public.
Mrs. Baltls Whlto Is again on tho sick
All persons should cast their eyes at tho
new sign of C. B. Ent, the tinner. A cof
feo pot, of Immense dimensions, which
would bo a fine ono for festivals and pic.
A grand hop was engaged In on Friday
night last nt David Lee's, lu Mt. Pleasant,
In which our young peoplo took part.
John Wanich still continues dealing In
A. C. Hidlay and family spent Sunday
Our citizens are busily engaged In filling
their ice houses.
Tho recent flood In tho big Fishlngtreek
caused much datnuge to mill properties
along its route in the way of breaking
dams, ic. Of all the Homlm? mills bo.
twecn this nnd tho North mountain, only
one can be operated at tho present for rea
sons above mentioned. The Stillwater
mills arc not in operation, owing toiujuries
done the dams.
J. F. McHcnry, one of our enterprising
merchants, a few days ago, purrhased 200,.
000 feet of lumber. Ho Is having It hauled
to Stillwater, where he is piling it iu his
Of tho pupils at the public school who
were neither tardy nor absent lust month
aro Bertha McIIeury and Theodore Smith.
The school uumbers nearly sixty pupils and
the percentage ot attendauco was 100,
Wo tliink tho school will compa.ro favo.-a-bly
with other schools of Its grade in the
county. A number of tho pupils aro well
advanced, particularly among whom Is
Miss Jennie Mellenry, who studies all tho
branches contained lu the list of studies
and Is far advanced In all ot them,
ZETII LAKOE. At tho residenco of
tho brldo's parents In Mifllnvlllo, Pa., Jan,
11, 1880, by Itov. J. D. W. Denver, Mr. A.
J. Zcth, ot Hopewell, Bedford county, Pa.
and Miss JennloM. Largo of Mlflllnvlllc,
0290 yds of Muslins, Calicoes, Linens,
Tickings &.c. opened on Monday nt I. W.
Hartman & Son's.
1 case of 8c. ginghams, 1 case of bleach,
cd muslin, 1 bale of unbleached muslin
and a big lot of other domestic goods to
arrlvo this week at I. W. Hartman &8on'd.
Have you taken a look at the now em
broidery Just in nt I. W. Hartman & Son's.
Don't pass I. W. Hnrtmnn &. Son's west
wiuuuw wiiiiuui casting your eye upon tho
now pcrcnles (1800 yds.)
TO WHOM IT MAY OONCKItN.
All persons are hereby notified that any
nerflnn htivltlfr Pnnvnirlium Inmn.l.ln ....
ders will purchase the sumo subject to any
illumes mm, may exisi ns io tno taxpayers.
Thut tho Taxpayers Association are will
ing to mako all roads, keep In repair all
roads and bridges free of expense to Indi
vidual taxpayers lor tho jear 1885, and
subject to the direction of the Supervisors
of said township and ns there Is no legid
tax levied for tho year, and all legitimate
expenses of thn Itoad Department are be
ing paid, there is no necessity for any or
ders being Issued.
All orders require the signatures of both
Supervisors of tho Township Clerk and
should benr the seal of tho township.
Thn nlinvn nnltrn la 1wtnr nlrnn en ii.aI
. 1,1, .11...
all persons can govern themselves accord-
'B'y. . Jl. Jtll.KV,
Agent for Taxpayer's Association.
Ashland, Pa., Nov. 27, '85.-tf.
See the case (2000 yds.) of new light cali
coes. (5 c. yd) at I. W. Hartman &8on's.
One more week of sides will clean up I
W.Hartman & Son's remnants. Call soon if
you wish a bargain.
New carpet chain at I. W. Hartman &
People are coining 10, 18 and 20 miles to
buy I. W. Hartman & Son's shawls nnd
coats; a few still on hand.
The distressing disease, salt rheum, Is
readily cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, tho
great blood purifier. Sold by all druggists
Where's the sense In spending money for
a doubtful affair, when n sure thing is of
fered ? Hop Pourous Plasters for all aches,
pains nnd soreness. The greatest strength
ener known. 25c.
From the Dundee "Record," Dundee, A'. 3'.
1 was troubled for a long time with ner
vous affections of the heart. It became so
severe thatl found It difficult to Ho down
getting hardly two nights rest in a week.
Heart would beat very fast at times, and
at other times very slow. When lying
down could hear every artery in my neck
and chest beat, seemingly us loud as a
clock's tick. I was treated by somo of the
best physicians in Steuben and Yates
counties, but received no decided benefit.
I accidentally saw one of Dr. Kilmer's "In
valid's Guide to Health. 'andnftej' carefully
reading it over concluded to try u bottle of
his Heart Remedy. I did so, and after us
ing four bottles I considered myself cured.
I can conscientiously recommend his
Ocean-Weed Heart Uemedy to any ono af
flicted ns I was. W. W. Wkbtcott,
Jan. 1, 1880. Editor Dundee llecard.
Dr. Kilmer's Ocean-Weed Heart Hemedy
is sold by all druggists. Price, $1.00.
Laboratory, Htnghamton, N. Y.
My friend, do you suffer with malaria?
Almost any impure condition of the atmos
phere will Induce it. Try Vinegar Bitters
as a cure, and you will bless the day when
you began Its use. In less than a month
the Vinegar Hitlers will chase tho last rem
naht of malarial poison out of your blood,
and you will feel like a new person.
I had to comb back tho hair from my
forehead and omit tho parting to conoeal
my baldness. Since then Parker's Hair
Balsam has made ray hair as thick and
glossy s ever. Ludles whoso hair Is get
ting thin will find tho Balsam just splendid.
Mary Swanson, Chicago. jan-15-4t.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is the most potent
lilnnil minflnr nn1 n fnimlnln rf lwmltl.
strength. Bo wise In time. All baueful
luitiiuiis uiu jiuuijjiij iluiuvlu uy luia
AMERICAN WINK IS EUKOPK.
Mr. Sneer, the New Jersey producer of
Port Wine, has nn offer from certain capi
talists In nnrnlinan nil lito win. fnl. .I,lnn.,.
abroad. They claim Mr. Spcer's wines nrc
uucitcuuu uy any proauctionin the world.
Orders from Dresdcm and other parts of
Eurnne. Iihva lin filli.il !- Mr nn..,. .!,.
ing tho past year, and they have became
vnf.r nnn.,l., !.... 1 - , l .
- j j'vii,iui uu uiu umcr Blue uii account
Of their vnlllnhln mnilln.it n.,.....,!.. MH
Spcer refuses to sell his wines to ono firm
or scjl out his business, his being the only
Oporto grape viueynrds In this country.
Ho claims that ns ho has spent twenty-six
years of his lifo In bringing thesr grapes to
perfection iu this countay and to mature u
wine, that ho will not at this time of 1'fe
let go out ot the lnmlly, ono of the hnnd
somest vineyards in the world that will bo
a boon for generations to come. For sale
"Dozens of letters ji day pour In upon
Dr. David l,.nn(.ilir nt 11, V- V
from neonln wlm Imvn l,..nt. l,...,,.,,,,.,! i...
using his popular preparation called Ken-
ueuya ruvoruu itemeuy.' And they of.
ten illustrate what this remarkable medl
cino accomplishes in some new and hith
erto uutricd field of operation. Not Infre
quently patients como long distances to
fcmmi u.u uiicior uy mo nanu anil express
their tfrntttmln fnr ili.llvnr,ni.n f. ....l
Troy (N. Y.) Daily Timet. j. 15-4t. '
The pain and misery suffered by those
who arc ullllcted with dyspepsia nro inde
scribable. Tho distress of the body Is
equalled or surpassed by the confusion and
tortures of the mind, thus making its vic
tims suffer double allllctinn. Tho relief
which is given by Hood's Sarsaparilla has
caused thousands to bo thankful for the
great medicine. It dlipels tho causes of
dyspepsia, and tones up the digestive or
guns. Try Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Many suffering people drag themselves
about with falling strength, feeling that
they aro steadily sinking Into tho grave,
when by using Parker's Tonic they would
llnd a cure commencing with the first dose,
and vitality and strength surely coming
back to them. jan..l5-4t.
Any person whoso blond and liver Is Iu
good condition Is all right even in tliu
midst of epidemics. This can bo noticed
In the lifi of every one. If all would aval'
themselves of the advantages of restoring
rnd maintaining tbo health of tno body
there WOlllll lin fnwpp ilntnra lilllo .....1
much less sorrow. The ono thing needful
tww. IV 1,M lIlVll
anil tho one recommended above all oil
is iounn in niminnnti i.ivnc ifnfmintm. '
testimonials are ccunted by (lie thousands
mm iks mi-jus aru iiiiuounieu
Wo should havo better preaching If the
urcucntrs were an sounu nnu Healthy me
ri..i..i.. ....... i , .,. . . . -.
wuiviu iiiuj imvu uiui uiu uygpepsia, uut
lllil lilm nn cnnil nn l linlnnl..., a
cdlst minister of Hartford, Conn., writes
uiuv ur. ivenneuys "ravorlto Hcmei
cured him of chronic liver dlseusu uud
digestion. His brethren of all denond
tlons are resnectfullv Invltm! in ..m..
fact. Sick preachers aro in poor condition
iu ihuubiiii uiu gospel nuws. riounil bod
les are wauted. jan,.15-lu
A runs ash IIki.iaui.k Medicink, A
cuiupounu iiiiiu extract ot roots, leaves,
barks and berrlua Is HnnWL- iiinn.l in,
,. .. .. -w.. ..iuwt, in.iiiia,
Ihey cure all dlscas of the blood, liver
mm aiuui'j b
Wken IUX,j wu , gt ter cutorln,
When tho u t Child, tha crl4 for Cutorln,
When the becune illu, the clunj to CaetorU,
Wloa tho LtJ Children, the stc them CwtgrU,
A lot ot ground sltualo on Third street In Scott
Town, near tho Fair ground, about hlxty by twe
hundred feet, on which Is erected o dwelling
houso, grocery atoro, largo bake oven, Btablonnd
Also, another lot of ground adjoining tho abovo
about forty by t n hundred feet on which Is erect
ed a HwrXI.INd llofSE, nearly ncw.nlcely paint,
ed, andout-uulldlngs. t
For terms and condltioas apply to
A. C. ItAIIIl,
Exchange, Montour county, Ta.
Or c. W. Alliler, llloomsburg, I'a.
Jnn. 23, It.
AP1KS WANTIW to work for us at their own
homes. 17 to flu ier week cad be easily
Jmade; no canvassing; rosclnatlDg and steady
cinnlovtnent. Particulars nnd snmnlA nr l.hn
workscnUor stamp. Address IIO.MK AI'K'CICO.,
1". o. Ilox loin, lloston, Mass.
Jan. 22.4 td.
WR WANT SALIMMUN overy whero. local
and traveling, to sell our itoods. Will pay
good salary and all expenses. Write for
terms at onco ai.d stato salary wanted.
Address STANDAItl) HII.VKlt WAItK COMPANY.
Washington St., lloston, Mass. Jan.22-4t.d.
nlnr full twlr ntth
Tt I Mm it th Udlet ttm
we hr prepared a Cm
Fiaii ibi containing
r-rforatttl iUnplaf pal
Urna on hett government
bond parchment Paper, all
different. Including Sprays
f Golden Rod, Panalea,
Wild Kotea, torrei rue
Outllnea or Boy, Girl, Bug i,
Spideti, Stotka, Scollop lot
Skim, Craijr Stitch Pat
ten, Pond Llllca, Tulipt.
Arc. Ac, BO In all, tanging
In lift frnm t In. to t in.
ttiti.altol Itoi lUttcftlanplnsrowdtr.l Ilx Wilt
M in ping Pawiar, 1 Patent reTcralbUl'onae-t, and
fjll and complete direction for Kerning ton Stamping and
Lmt'Toidery, Ken ting ton Painting. Luttre, Metallic Flitter
id Irrtdeicent Painting, Colon uaed and mliing of Colors.
Rtbbcn Lmbrolderr. CftentUo and At i ten Work, Correct
I ilori of all the dt At rent (lower t, Description of every ati'tli
u d In emlfoLlerv Ac,, making a complete Outfit that can
n it he boiif ht at retail for lets than I4.00. To Introduce
I- ARM ANO HOUSEHOLD, the latge, ta page Illuitrated
Macarlne cl voted to the Intereata of the Country Homo
aid Household, we will .end one of theie Out fit a complete
! and postpaid, to any lady who will aend S6e. for
1 inoa. auttcttptLn to the Magatlnc. rive for Jr. Money
cheerfully refunded If not more than tatufactoty, Addreia
FARM AND HOUSEHOLD, Box 49, Hirtlord, Conn.
The demand for the Improved Mao k Hamtit
uanoh It now to larre that a tecond addition to the
rectory haa become I ntperatlve. Do not require one
luarter aa much tuning aa Planoa on the prevalllug
wreRt'pln ayitem. Conxult Catalogue, free.
100 Sty lea of Oroaks, til to flWO. For Cash, Easy
Payments, or ltented.
Mason & Hamlin Organ and Piano Co.,
Kr.W TOllK ! BOSTON ) UIIICAHO.
WANTED. Ladles or Rcntlemen In
cltv or country to tnko llcht work
at their own homes. 3 to tl a day can be easily
made; work sent by mall; no canvassing. Wo
hare good demand for our work and furnish
steady employment. Address,wlthstamp, CKOWN
.MTU COMPANY, Sill Vino St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
5 (INN And1" Presents given nway. send us 5
,,1111 llllll cents postage, nnd by mall you will
UyWllllJy KCt rree a packugo ot goods of largo
7 value, tlinf. will Rtnrt. Tntl In work
that will at onco bring you In money faster than
anything elso In America. All about the jaoo.eoo
In presents with pnrh Imr. Arontii WAntprl nr.
crywhere, of either sex, ot all ages, for all tho
time, or spare time only, to work for us at their
own homes. Fortunes for all workers absolutely
assured. Don't delay. II. IIallktt & Co., Port
land, Maine, dee.18 83.
The following Widow's Annralsements will ba
presented to the Orphans' court ot Columbia Co.,
on tho nrst -Monday ot February, A. 1). 1888, and
contlrmed nisi, and unless exceptions aro mod
within four dajs thereafter wilt bo connrmod ab
solute: James Barton estate, llloomsburg. Personalty,
Hainan Knittlo estate. Heaver. Itealty, IW.U).
JOlin Keefpr pstntp. ItmnwU I'pwjnnnlrv
J.HVW. ' "
iieuucn fiitler estate, Centre. Personalty, H49.fl.
Joshua M. Wllet estntp. lllnnmshnri. ltpulrv.
ISII.tW. WM. H. NNYDElt, Clerk O. C.
, , tl. SI. QUICK, Dep.
Clerk'sofllcc, Bloomsburg, Pa., Jan. 13, 18S.
T ICEN'SE NOTICE.
"Votl Is hereby given that the following named
persons have riled with tho Clerk ot theT'ourt ot
(Juarter seskions of the Peace of Columbia Co.,
their petitions for license which will be prcwenuii
to the said Court on Monday, the nrst day ot Feb
ruary, A. D. losts, at a o'clock p. m.:
-Mirae, Twp. or Horo.
V ! !?.nnan' M- Centralla, Itebtaurant
a. lllbuy, James It. Catawlam, Dottier
do. do. Liquor store
i- ?ny, IMMel K. CentraUa, Hotel
s. pilmore, Fnd.M. llloomsburg, llestaurant,
C (lilmore, Wm. II. do. Jlotuor
7. (Hrion, Jacob L. do. liotol
8. lleckman (leorgo Orange, do.
9. HiurenliiKMi. u II .in 1 ,in
10. Maikie, .Mohcs A. Hcrwlck, llestaurant
-""'". """ centre. Hotel
McHrearty, James Ct'ntnilla, do.
13. l'elfTer. Mrs. Win. .In ' .In
Vi 1JSS,,,bil,!a V01"10' lUoo tisburg, Liquor store
.-. .uuuo, ,.,l, uo. 110UH
VM. II. S.NYllKlt, Clerk O. C.
, ,. . M.t)UICK, Dep.
Clerk's olllcc, llloomsburg, Pa., Joii.tl, 18!.
Notice Is herebv alien tn nil Ipcim.. mnitn
and other persons Interested In the estates of the
respective decedents aDd minors, that the fol
lowing administration, executors and guardian
accounts have been hied In tho onico ot the llegls
ter of Columbia county, and will bo presented for
conilrmatlon anil allowance in the Orphans
court to be held In llloomsburg, on Monday, Feb-
1. Tho llrst and ilnal account of Thomas W.
Harrison nxr. ot samuel Harrison lato of Fishing
creek township, deceawd.
!!. I ho first and final account of Oportro T tnv-
er, Administrator ot Harriet, Moyer late of tho
3. The first and final account ot (luy Jacoby,
Executor of Nancy Kahur lato of the town of
4. Tho first and tlnnl npcnitnr. nf u'ptlwt-
Administrator of Daniel ILnin. intn nr imilf.
5. Tho account ot Maurlco E. Seybert, Admlnls
deceased bu',au l5C'l3ei'ti lateot Orange township,
6. Thn account, of Mnnrlpp IV Ulll.,rt l.lrr.lnta-
trator do bonis non of Samuel Snviwrt imp nr Nmir
7. The final account of David Whltmlro guardi
an of w in. Tremley, minor child ot John Tremley
miuui oculi luwiisiup, ueceasea.
8 The first nml rmrtlnl nppnnn, nr ..itni.nl t.
Jayne, Executorof Clara Linden lato ot the llor
ough ot Ilerwlek, jleceascd.
v. 'J lie first and filial account of I. n. filbbona.
Administrator of t;eon?n hpwi. l.tm nr s.n,.,rinr
10. ThO first and final nrpnnnt nr .Tnln, l Wniii.
yer. Administrator ot Iteulieii iiouch, late of Mon
tour township, dei eased.
'! nrsta'd Ilnal neeount of Stephen I'oho
Id Phltlll I.. Miller. Trnu ..pu ,.l l,..iu. , t.iinR
late ot Mllllln township, deceased. ""
V2. Tho first nml tlnsil uppnimr nr it , f....n,
Inc. Admlulsiralornt Misan . case, l'ate'of Scott,
.u. ..o,,i,., Mvrs,-u.
iIX. W. STEKNEU,
Jau, 8 to
Hy Mrtuo of sundry writs Issued out of thn
Court ot Common Pleas ot Col. Co., and to mo di
rected will bo exposed to public sale at tho Court.
nouso in liioonisburg, at s o'clock p. m. on
MONDAY KKimUAKY 1st, 1880,
Alt that certain uuntmint. .ttitnt vn..
lumbla county, lvnnsylvanla, bounded on tho
south by Main street, on tiro won by an alley, ou
the east by lot owned by Alexander Wanlclc,
wius mxi)- leei ironion .Main street, whereon Is
erecuxla two wory tramo dwelling house, stable
and other out-bulldlngs
heueu, taken in execution at the bull of St. C.
Woodward vs. John W'aters and to bo sold ns ttm
property of John Waters. ,1. Vend. Ex.
All tho following real estntn inwit, Alt iiinop.
tluee certain lots of irround n-in-pnnit,.,,n,,u ,,,
each other In itoberts" Addition to the Townot
v-aiawisa oetng iota marked or numbered In tho
plot or plan of bald Itoberts' Addition, numbers
fitty-slx, fifty-beven and llfty-tlght.eo, 07 andrss,
forming ono whole square In said riot or plauof
iwuiuiuunxinuuieu lectin length and IheBanio
tn breadth, bounded on tho e.istnv vnn,rh.trppi
of bald ltoborls' Addition, on ihowest bynnalley
ami on tuo souui uy the boundary lino ot said
Hoberlb' Addli Ion to tho Town of Catawlssa which
said described real estate Is bltuato In ItoUnts'
Addition to tho Town ot Catawlssa, In tho town
bhlpot CitawUsa, county ot Columbia and btato
ot Pennsylvania, whereon Is erected a two btory
brick dwelling house, barn and other out-bulld
8elzod, taken In lexwutlon at tho suit of Solomon
1). lllnard vs. Charles W. .McKelvy and to bo sold
as tho property ot Charlw W, McKelvy.
All tint certain property Htuato In JacVton
township, Columbia county, Pa , bounded and do
bribed as follows, to-wlt i On the north by prop,
erty of Wm. Hrluk, on the east by property ot
William Parks, ou the south by property of Hoyil
lilcule, on tho wcet by property of Thos. F. Young,
containing titty acres, whereon aro erected a two
btory tramo dwelling aud bank bam, wagon bhc4
nnd straw bhed.
BeUetl, taken In execution at the mlt of Llllcy x
Meppy now to u' ot Jaeou tierrard against Dan'
lei K. Young aud to be sold as the property ej Dan.
lei a Young,
K, li W. Al. VI Fa,
Ian Uh ,ts SAStllX rSIITII,
, Jan, fcth, Issa. Nicnn,