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LICENSE APPLICATIONS.
Notice Is nereby given that, the following
named persons have died Willi tlie >: era of the
♦iuarler hesalons of Oolun.l'la Couiuj. their pe
titions for 'lcense, which will bo preteuted to
suld Coui i 011
MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 189$,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
H. P. Anranri, res'dence Bloomsburg. Res
taurant, situate in the town of Bloomsburg, 011
Che tfouia aide ol Second street.
Geo. W. Ash and Stewart A. Ash, trading
under the Arm name of Ash & Bro. t residence
Brlcrcrcek township Distillers, situate In a
1 room In the north cast corner ot the second
of the flouring mill owned by Charles
and G. W. Ash, said mill being situate In
township.
.'lauinan, residence Mainville. Hotel,
hi Main township. In town of Main
on :ast side of public road leading from
to beaver Valley.
Boran. residence Second ward Cen-
Restaurant, situate in said
borough of Centralla, ut the cor
and Paxtou streets.
Brown, residence Benton. Ho-
in the boroughof Benton, on north
of Malu street.
Blue aiid Pliineas B. Reddens, residence.
Bloouisburg. Kestaurant, situate 011 the nortli
esst corner of Second and centre streets, in the
Town of Bloomsburg.
Jos R. Blbby, residence, Catawlssa township,
situate la catawlssa township, on pub
a- . o.id leading from catawlssa to Asnlaud.and
known as 44 Blbby's Hotel."
George Boyer, residence, Conyngbam town
ship. Hotel, situate in Conyngbam township,
on the west side of main public road, leading
from Numedla to Montana.
Feter E. Bean, residence, In Numidlo. Hotel
situate In Numidla, Locust, township, at. the In
teraectlon of the road leading from Catawlssa
to Central la, with the public road leading fiom
Nnmidta to Kerntown.
Thomas Collins, residence, flrst ward, In Cen
tralis. Restaurant, situate In flrst ward, Bor
ough "f Centralla, on the east side of Locust
Avenue.
Mary Curry, residence second ward,Centralla.
Ilotcl. situate lu Second ward, Borough of Cen
tralla, on the northwest corner of Locust Av
enue and Centre streets.
John J. Cain, residence, flrst ward. Centralla
borough. Hotel, Situate In the first ward, Cen
tralla borough, at the southeast corner of Lo
cust Avenue and Bark street, of said borough.
Abraham K. Camp, residence, Centralla. Ho
tel, Mi uate lu the flrst ward, Centralla borough,
on Locust Avenue.
George B. Crossley, residence, Benton. Res
taurant, situate In the Borough of Benton, on
the north side of Centre street.
Win. F. Crawford, residence Orange town
ship, Hotel, situate in Jerseytoun, Madison
township, 011 south side of public roa t leading
from Buokhorn to Mniiey
R. K. Crist, residence Pine township. Ho
tel, situate ut Pine Summit liy Pine township,
011 the public mad leading from Pine Summit
to Muucy.
Cornelius J. Coddlngton, residence Centralla
thorough. Restaurant, situate In flrst ward
borough, on east side of Ixicust av-
Howard B. Cole, residence Bugarloaf town
ship. Kestaurant. situate at Coles ('reek, 011
the east side of public loud leading from Bent
on to Sumison City.
Ivoren/o Cox, tesldence loin, COl. Co. Hotel,
situate in the village of K>erstrove, Green
wood township, on the west side oi Muin street
ot said village.
Harvey Dleterleh, residence, Bloomsburg.
Hotel, situate on Main or Second Sts., Blooms
burg, known as the Arlington Hotel.
George W. Eutorllne, lesldenee, Bloomsburg.
Kestaurant, situate in the Town of Bloomsburg,
on the northeast corner or Second street and
KMgo alley.
£ William P. Doyle, residence Conyngbam
township Resiaumnt, situate on corner ol
Centre and \v ood street.
H. V. Dleterleh, residence Bloomsburg. Ho
tel, sltuute In 1 lie tow n of Bloomsburg, 011 tlio
south side of Mai 11 street, known as the hi.
Elmo Hotel.
Michael Douse, residence Centralla borough.
Restaurant, situate In second ward, borough
tf Genitalia, on west side of Locust avenue.
B. F. Edgar, residence Fishing creek town
ship- Distillery, adjoining the planing mil;
ol T. H. Edgar on the public road leading
from Urangeville to Benton.
Win. 8. Fleckcnstine,residence Bloomsburg.
Hotel. sltnate iu town of Bloomsburg, on the
corner >l Third and Leonard stieets.
A. B. Kortner, residence Ceulrulia borough. 1
Hon 1, situate 111 flrst ward Cenirallu borough, \
on the northwest corner of Locust avenue uud
Main street.
S usan Falrmnn, residence borough of Ber
wick Hotel, situate in Berwick borough, 011
KKm i th side of Canal street.
Mat hew Forbes, residence Jamison City.
Re-tan runt, situate in Jauitson City, Sukui
kxii township, on cast side of Market street.
Charles Fet terman. resldeuce, Centralla. Ho
tel, sltuute lu Aral ward, Centralla borough, on
east side or Locust avenue.
J it. Fowler, residence, Bloomsburg. Restau
rant, situate in the Town ot Bloomsburg, on
the west side ot Centre street.
Frederick M. Gllrnore, residence, Bloomsburg.
Reslnurunr, situate tn the Town f Bloomsburg,
on TL? nort b side ot second street.
lohn W. Golds worthy, residence, Centralla.
U . 1, Ml * de in tlrst ward, Centralla borough,
ol oy wt side or Locust avenue.
V Ham f ,'ger, residence, Bloomsburg. He
rd, m uate ... the Town of Bloomsburg, on the
north '-vest cr rner or East and Sixth streets.
Rvce J. G'imth, residence. Espy. Hotel, situ
ate in Scott township, In village of Kspy, on the
northwest orner of Main and Murket streets,
and known as Espy Hotel.
Jacob L. Girtou, residence Bloomsburg.
Hotel, sltiate in town of Blomnshur*. 011
qorth side of Main htreet, adjoining property
oT Mrs. M. 1. Heunessy.
L. B. Howtll, residence Jamison City, Sugar
loaf township. Hotel, situate in Jamison City
Kugai loaf townaiilp, In northwest uivision ad
loining Market street, and known us Proctor
inn.
W. A. Hartz?ll, residence Bloomsburg. Ho
tel, kit uate In town of Bloomsburg, on the
uoi-tb'iust corner of Second stieet and Murray
Alley.
John P. Hill, residence Jamison City, Rucar
loaf township. Hotel, situate In Jamison City
Rug in maf township, 011 the south slue of Mar-
Vet street.
8. VL Heller, residence, Borough of Berwick.
Restaurant, situate lu Borough of Berwick,
north side of Market Btreet.
M. I. Heunessy, residence, Bloomsburg. Rot
tler, situate on the corner or Leonard and Main
or second street, lu A est Bloomsburg, known
as Gross stand.
George Hut chins, residence, Catawlssa bor
ough. Hotel, situate in Catawlssa borough,
known as the 44 busquehanna Hotel."
'lames C. Houghton, residence. Pine towr.shlp.
Wholesale as a Distiller, situate In Pine town
ship, immediately adjoining the distillery or
lloughton.
Jerry A. lless, residence '-.oomsburg. Res
law rant, situate lu bloomsburg, on the south
able of Second street.
William H. Jones, residence, Centralla bor
ough. Hotel, situate In flrst ward, Centralla
borough, on the west side of Locust avenue.
William H. Jones, residence, Centralla bor
ough. Wholesale as an agent, situate on west
slue of Locust avenue, In Urat ward, In the Bor
ough of Centralla.
Daniel P. Klstler, residence, Catawlssa bor
ough. Hotel, situate In Borough of catawlssa,
ana known as 44 Catawlssa Hotel."
Zacharlah Krelsher, residence, Catawlssa
township. Hotel, situate In catawlssa town
ship, and known as 44 Three Points Hotel."
Catharine E. Kelchner, residence, .Rupert.
Hotel, situate In the village or Rupert, Montour
township.
Josenh Kalwicli, residence.Centralla borough
Restaurant, situate in Centralla borough, on
the west side of Locust avenue, between Rail
road avenue and North street.
Wllltain T. Lynch, residence, Centralla bor
ough, second ward. Restaurant, situate In sec
ond wftrd, borough of Centralla, east side of
Locust avenue.
William T. Lynch, residence, Centralla bor
ough, second ward. W'liol sale liquor store,
sUuataiL ti'h secoud ward, Centralla borough,
on Centre street.
Bradiey K. Long, residence, Benton. Hotel,
situate In Boroughof Benton, on Mam street,
and known as McHenry House.
William U. Lorah and Charles Baker, trad
ing under the firm name of Lorah A Baker, res
donee, < atawissa borough. Bottlers, sliuaio in
Catawlssa borough.
Rohr McHenry and John G. McHenry, trading
as Kohr McHenry & b . residence, Demo,
borough. Distillers, jd'Vv In Benton town
ship, on the from the Town 1
sl Benton to
Joel Morton, residence, Berwick. Hotel, sit
ua 0 in Borough of Berwick, on the south side
of i rout street, between Market and Mulberry
atn ets.
John McDonnell, residence, Centralla bor
ough. Restaurant., In second ward, of the bor
ough of Centralla, 011 Railroad street.
Michael McDonnell, residence, Centralla bor
ough. Wholesale us an agent, situate In sec
ond ward, Centralla borough, on west side of
Locust avenue.
Thomas Mohan, residence, Conyngbam town
ship. Restaurant, situate in Conyngbam town
ship, on the east side of public road leading
from centralla to Ashland.
victor Marchlnskl, residence, CenCralia bor
ough. Restaurant, situate In second ward.cen
tralla borough, on the west side of Locust av
enue.
Ben J. D. Morton, residence. Greenwood town
ship. Hotel, situate in the Town of lola, in
Greenwood township, on the south side of pub
lic road, leading from Mlllville to Unityvllle.
George W. Miller, residence Briarcreek town
ship. Hotel, situate in Briarcreek township
on public road leading from Berwick to Jones
town.
James Monroe, residence Conyngbam town
ship. Restaurant, situate in Conyngbam
township 011 the south side ol public road lead
ing to ML Carmel.
Johannah O'Connor, residence, Centralla bor
ough. Hool,situate In Centralla borough, first
ward, on west side of Locust avenue.
Benjamin Penny packer, residence, vifflinvllie.
Hotel, situate in M 1 Allnvllle, Mifflin township,
on the north side of Third street, in Mlffllnvlllo.
J. W. Perry, residence, Sugarloaf township.
Hotel, situate on the north side of the public
road, leading from Central to I.aporte, In the
village of Elk Grove, and known as the 44 Elk
Grove Hotel."
Dennis Rowan, residence, Conyngbam town
ship. Restaurant, situate In village of Brynes
vllle, In said township, on east slae of Main St.
John R. Rhodes, residence, Mlffllln township.
Hotel, situate In Mifflin township, in village of
Mlftllnvllle, 011 the corner of Third and Race
streets.
Daniel Roach, residence, Conyngbam town
ship. Hotel, situate In conyngbam township,
on a lot of ground on the public road leading
| from hoaiingcreek to Centralla.
I Cortez B. Bobbins, residence, Bloomsburg.
Wholesale, sltuato In the Town of Bloomsburg,
on the north side of Second street.
Stephen B. Knawn, residence, catawlssa bor
ough. Restaurant, situate In Catawlssa bor
ough, on Main street.
A. O. Kooney, sr, residence, Centralla bor
ough. wholesale as an agent, situate In sec
ond ward, centralla borough, on the east side
of Locust avenue.
Andrew C. Rooney, residence Centralla bor
ough. Restaurant, situate In the second ward
of the borough of Centralla, ou the east side of
Locust avenue.
8. I). Rlmby, res i dense Madison township.
Hotel, situate in Jersey town, Madison town-
I ship, 011 west sldo ot public roud leading to
| Mlllville.
r . M. Rellly, residence Centralla borough.
Pistaumnt, situate In second ward, Centra-
La borough, on the east side of Locust avenue,
Levi W. Sanger, residence Cory ogham town
n dp, Hotel, sltuute in Conyngbam township
en west side of public road leading from Cen.
tralia to Nuuildia.
Edward Schenck, residence Berwick. Res
taurant. sit uate in the borough or Berwick on
the south side or Front street, between Market
and Mulbury Streets.
Wlll. 8. Smith, residence Hemlock township.
Hotel, situate in villuve of Bucnborn, In Hem
lock township, on corner ot Main street and
road leading to Danville.
T acob Steen, residence Central, Rugarloat
township. Hotel, sltuute in village of Central,
Hugarloaf township.
W. F. Bto liner, residence Bloomsburg. Ho
tel, situaie in the town of Blooinsourg, on tlie
west side ol Iron street above Main street.
Benjamin F. Sponenberg, residence Berwick
note', situate In borough of Berwick, on cor
ner of Front and Marsct streets,
Hiriam A. Shaffer, residence Orangeville
Hotel, situate in Or>ogeville, Orange town
ship, 011 the west side of public road leading
froin Hlooiiisflurg to Benton.
Charles A. Hhuman, residence Beaver Valley
Hotel, situate in Beaver township, known as
"Shu . an s Hotel."
Hannah M. Stohner, residence Bloomsburg
Hotel, situa e in the town ot Bloomsburg, on
the south side of Hecond street, at corner of
said Second Street and Millers alley, and
known as the Central Hotel.
Gehurd Snyder, residence Bloomsburg. Ho
tel, situate In town of Bloomsburg, on South
side of Second street, known as Exchange
Hotel.
Andreas O. Stonge, residence Montour town
ship. Hotel, situate In the village of Grovanla
Montour township, on public road leading
from bloomsbuig to Danville.
J. F. Shomaker, residence Berwick. Res
taurant, sltuute In borough of Berwick, oil
south side of Front street.
Oscar E. Sutton, residence, Benton. Hotel,
situate In Borough of Bentou, on the Main
street of said Bentou borough, and known as
44 Exchange Hotel."
Wllllatn B. Taylor, residence Bloomsburg. 1
Bottler, situate lu town of Bloomsburg, bound
ed on east by lot of Caleb Barton, south by
Main street, on north und west by lot of N. J. 1
Hendershott,
Adam Truckenmlller, residence Catawlssa
borough. Restaurant, situate In Catawlssa l
borough, on Main street.
Charles W. Turner, residence Orangeville. '
Hotel, situate in the village of Orangeville, in
Orange township, on tlie northeast comer of;
Pine and Main Sts ,and known as the Orange- :
ville Hotel.
Clark Utt. and John Johnson, residence,
Kohrsburg. Hotel, situate In Kohrsburg Green
wood township, known as the ltohrsburg Hotel.
J. H. Vnnsieklo, residence, Hugarloaf town
ship. Restaurant, situate in Bug.-irlouf town
ship, on road leading from Central to Jamison
City.
William Walterscheld, residence Convne
hara iownhlp. Hotel, situate in Locust Dale.
In Conyngharn township, on the right hand
side ol the public road lending from Ashland
to Locust Gap.
Freeman Yeager, residence Centralla. Ho
tel, situate oil Ijocust avenue In the second
ward of the borough of Centralla.
William Yost, resldeuee Bloomsburg. Res
tanrHiit, situate In Bloomsburg, on the east
side of hast street.
Boyd R. Yetter, rpsldence Malnvllle. Hotel,
situate In the village of Malnvllle, Main town
ship, on tho eust side of public road leading
from Cutawlssa to Beaver Valley.
Wellington Yeager, residence Locust town
ship. Hotel, situate In vllluge of Roaring
creek. Locust township, known as Yeager's
Hotel.
Lloyd Yenger, residence Catawis.su borough.
Hotel, Bltuu>e in Cntawissa borough, coruer of
Pine and Railroad streets.
Joseph E. Zeigler, residence Light Street,
Scott township. Hotel, situate In Light Street,
in Scott township, on the eust side of public
road leading froui bloomsburg to Benton.
W. H. HENRIE,
.. Clerk Court of Quarter Sessions.
Clerk's Ofllce, Bloomsburg, Pa., Dee. 24, 1897.
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Notice 18 hereby given to nil holder* of the First
Mortgage Bonds of the Bloonxsburg Literary In
stitute una Slate Normal School that tlie Interest
due on said bonds beptember 1, 18U7, will be paid
upon presentation of the bonds to the treasurer
at Ms ojrtce in Bloomsburg, Pa. % on any business
day prior to January 20, iB9B.
11, J. CLARK, Treasurer.
Dec. 30, 1897* 31.
ELECTION NOTICE.
The annual meeting of the stockholdersof the
Brlnrcrcek Farmers' Mutual Insurance Co., of
Lime Ridge, l'a., will be held at Centre Orange
Hall, No. Be r. of H., on Monday. January lotTi,
1898, between the hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p m,
for the election of twelve directors to serve for
the ensuing year, and tor the transaction of
such other business as may properly corno be
fore the meeting.
U. H. BROWN,
12-23-3t* Secretary.
ELECTION NOTICE.
The annual election of tho stockholders of
the Bloomsburg Banking Compnny, to choose a
Board of Directors for the ensuing year, will be
held at the bank on Tuesday, January 11, 1898,
between the hours of two and four o'clock In
the afternoon.
JOHN G. FREEZE,
12.17-97. Secretary.
ELECTION NOTICE.
The annual election by the stockholders of
the Fanners' National Bank, or Bloomsburg,
l'a., to choose a Hoard of Olreotois for the en
suing year, will be held at tbe Bankoa Tuesday,
January llih, 1898, between the hours of two
and fouro'clock In the a.ternoon.
A. H. BLOOM,
is-s-4t. cashier.
THE COLUMBIAN, BLOGMSBURG, PA.
ANNUAL MEETING.
The annuAl meeting of the members of the
Columbia county Agricultural, Horticultural
and Mechanical Association for the election of
officers,will beheld in the Court House,Blooms
burg, i'a., on Saturday, January 15, 18U6, at 2
o'clock p. m.
A N. YOST.
Secretary*
Uec. 80,1807, te.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.
The undersigned auditor appointed by the
orphans' court of the county of Columbia, to
distribute the balance In the hands of the exe
cutors of O. A. .lacoby, late of the town of
Itloomsburg, In said county, deceased, upon the
tlttal account of said executors, will meet the
parties Interested for the performance of his
duties, at his oftlce In the town of Bloomsburg,
ou Haturday the 22d day of January, A. D., 1898,
at ten o'clock In the forenoon of said day, when
and where all persons are required to present
their clulms against the estate of said decedent
or be debarred from coming In for a share of
the assets or fund.
CHARLES G. BARKLEY,
Auditor.
Dec. 80, 'B7, Bt.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.
Estate of James Johnson, Deceased.
Tlie undersigned Auditor, appointed by the
Orphans' Court of Columbia county, to make
distribution of the funds In the hands of the
administrator, to and among the parties legally
entitled thereto, will sit at the olllce of w. H.
Snyder, Esq., In Bloomsburg, l'a , on Monday,
January 21,1893, at 10 o'clock a. m., to perform
the duties of his appointment, when and where
all parlies havlug claims against said funds,
must, appear and prove the same, or be debarred
from any share thereof.
12-30-41. G. M. (JUICK, Auditor.
SATISFACTION OF A MORT
GAGE.
To the' Honorable Judges of the Court of Com
mon pleas of Columbia t ounty.
The petition of christian L. Moore of Benton.
Columbia County, Pennsylvania, respectfully
represents:
That on the 20th day of June, A. D., one
thousand eight hUDdred and fifty-nine, a cer
tain mortgage was exeouted and delivered by
him to Jno. C. IIPSS and Leah, Ills wife, of Wil
low Creek township, Lee county, and state of
Illinois, on a messuage and tract of land situ
ate in Sugarloaf township, Columbia couuty
andstate of Pennsylvania, atel bounded and de
scribed as follows, to wit: beginning at a post
thence by laud of William Herlinger south
twenty-three degrees, west eighty-one perches
and six-tenths to a post, thence by land of
Joshua Brink soutn sixty-seven degrees east
one hundred and lour perches and eight-tenths
to stones, thence south three quarters ot a de
gree, west fifty-six perches to stones thence by
land of Rebecca Vandersllce, south eighty eight
and three-quarter degrees, east thirty-five
perches and three-tenths to a post, thence by
laud of George Moore north one aDd a half de
grees, east one hundred aud thirty- no perctiot
to a post, Iheuee by lands of Jno. .Moore, north
stxty-se\cn and a half degrees, west one huud
red and t levcu perches and three-tenths to the
place or beginning containing seventy-two acres
foriy-seveu aud two-tenths perches of land
with allowances of six per cent for roads, to se.
cure the payment of four certain bands or
writings obligatory dated the day and year u
toresald conditioned for the payment unto tlio
said Jno. C. lless and Leah, his wife, of two
hundred and two dollars and eights -eight cents
as lullows, to wit: one hundred dollars on the
hist, day or July next ensuing the date hereof,
thirty-two dollars and fifty cents ou the flrst
day of April, one thousuud eight hundred and
sixty-one, thirty one dollars and thirty cents
on the llrst day of April A. 1). one thousand
eight hundred and sixty two with lawful Inter
est lrimi their dales, and the touri h bond for
the payment or ililrty-nlne dollars after the
death or their mother Susanna Moore, with In
terest thereon widen said mortgage Is recorded
In the olllce for I Ire recording of deeds In Col
umbia county In mortgage book No. 4, pages
358 and 354 The petition further represents
that Judgement wua confessed for the debt aud
Interest oil the three llrst above mentioned
bonds as appears ot record In tbo court ot com
mon pleas or Columbia county to No. 101 Sep
tember term 1862, aud that said Judgment was
sai lstled ou tbe said record for debt. Interest
and cost, ou tue tlurty.nrst day or August, A.
11. one thousand eight Hundred aud sixty-three.
The petition furi her represents that the said
Susanna Moore, mentioned in said mortgage,
died ou about tue IN h day ot September A. D.,
1-88, and that the said bond of tblrty-nlnc dollars
with Interest thereon payable after the death of
Susanna Moore has been paid In full and the
suld mortgagees above named are still the legal
holders thereof aud havo neglected to satisfy
the same, he prays the court to make an order
that notice or tnese ntets may be given to the
said Jno. C. Hess ana ],euh Hess Ills wife, or
tlrelr executors, administrators, or assigns re
quiring thenr to appear at a time to be itxed by
the said court and answer this petition, and If
the Eald mortgagees cannot be found, then to
make such further order In reference
to publication or notice as Is required
by act of assembly la such case made
and provided, and after such notice given to
order satisfaction to be entered ou the record of
the said mortgage.
And be will ever pray & c.
CHRISTIAN L. MOORE.
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, 1 QQ
COUNTY OF i OLUMBIA, f SS *
Christian L. Moon? being duly sworn accord
ing to law says that the racts set iorth lu the
above petition are true and correct to the best
ot his knowledge and belief.
Sworn to and subscribed before rae this 24th
day of December, A. I). 1897.
SAMUEL 8. lIAUVEY, NOT Alt Y PUBLIC.
And now Dec. 27th. 1897, after reading said
petition and considering the facts therein, the
sheriff of Columbia county, is directed to serve
a notice stating the facts set forth In said pe
tition, on the parties or their legal represenia
tlves, If to be round in the county, and It the
parties aforesaid cannot be found lu said
county, then the sheriff shall give public no
tice as aroresald in one newspaper within said
county once a week for four weeks successive
ly prler to the next term or court requiring the
said par' les to appear at said term and answer
the petition us atoresuld.
BY TIIE COURT.
A true and correct copy.
W. 11. HENRIE, PHOTIIY. i
In accordance with the foregolug, the par
ties numed are required to appear at the Court
of Common Pleas, to be held at ltioomsburg,
Pa., on Monday, February 7,1899, to answer suld
petition. J. B. McUENKY,
12 80 4t sheriff.
ADMINISTRATORS SALE
—OP VALUABLa-
REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of an order, Issued out of the Or
pUan3' Court of Columbia County, Pa., the un
dersigned, administrator of the estate of IVm.
Itolirbacli, late of Franklin township, deceased,
will expose to public sale, on the premises ot
said decedent, on
SATURDAY, JANUARY' 22, 1898,
a t 1:30 o'clock p. m., the following doscrlbed
real estate, situate in Franklin township, Col.
umbla county, Pn., bounded and described as
follows, to wit:
PURPAKT NO. I.—Beglnnlngatastone corner
of Samuel Shulcr's land,ln the middle of the pub
lie road, leading from the Swamp School nouse
to lioitrlDgcrenk; tbenco by land ot Samuel
Shuler, north Oil degrees, west I3and 8-10 perches
to a post; thence by the same north 67 degrees,
west 7 and 5-10 perches to a post; thonco by the
s' mo north, 2 degrees, east 9 and 1-10 perches to
a stone; thence by the same north, 32), degrees,
west 1# and 1-10 perches to a post; thence by the
same 34)< degrees, west 18 and 6-10 perches to a
stone; thence by the same north 9 degrees, west
8 and 3-10 perches to a stone: thence by the
same north 14 degrees, west 4 and 7-10 perches
to a stone; thence by the same, and across Big
lioarlngcreek, north 28 degrees, east 8 porches
to a stouo, 011 the north bank of said creek, and
In lino of Sylvester Bowel's land; thence down
the creek, by the said Sylvester Ilower'a land
north sl?i degrees, west 14 and 3-10 perches to a
post; thence by the same north 55 degrees, west
9 and 5-10 perches to a po3t; thence by the same
north 54 degrees, west 9and2-10perches; ihonce
by tho same north 11 degrees, west in perches
to a post; thence by the same north 52 degrees,
wost 11 and 5-10 perches 10 a post; thence by
the same north 38J4 degrees, west 15 and 5-10
perches to a post, in line dividing land of Syl
vester Hower and L. D. Jiohrbach; thence by
land of tho said L. D. Koh bach, south BOJ4 do.
grees, west 24 and 5-10 peiehcstoa stone; thence
by the same north 81 dt grees, west is perches
(more or less) to a stone; thence by the same
south 81 degrees, west 87J4 porches to a post, In
line dividing land of L. D. Kohrbach and Aaron
Loreman; thence by the said Aaron Loreman
south 70 degrees, east f> porches to a hemlock,
on the west bank of the south branch of ltoar
lng Creek; thence by the said Aaron Loreman
south so degrees, west 19 perches; thence by the
same south 18 and 0-10 perches; thence by the
same south 27 degrees, west 11 and 5-10 perches;
thence by the same south 79x degrees, west 81
perches; thence by land of 8. D. Loreman and
J. T. Ashworth south 1 degree, west (11 and f-io
perches (more or less) to a stake In the middle
of the public road, leading from Catawlssa to
Elysburg; thence through the middle of said
road south 77({, degrees, cast 13 perches; thence
by the same north 88 degrees, east 8 perches;
thence by the same north 81 degrees, east 8
perches; thence by the same north 65 degrees,
east 6 perches; thence by the same north 80
degrees, east 8 perches; thence by land of Peter
H. Vought north 72 degrees, east 22 and 8-10
perches to a butternut tree; thence by the said
Peter 11. Vought south 56 degrees, east 60 and
8-:o perches to a post; thence by the same south
76>j degrees, east r,5 perches to a chestnut oak;
thence by the same and land of Wm. Artley
north 1 degree, east 45 and 2-10 perches to the
public school house lot; thence by the same
north 89 degrees, west 8 perches; thence by the
same north 1 degree, east 10 perches; thence by
the Bamo south 89 degrees, east 6 perches to line
of Wm. Artley's land; tliei.ee by the same and
land of 1). A Munsou 1 degree, east 80
and 8-10 perches to the place of beginning, con
taining
115 AND 4-10 ACRES,
whereon are erected a good two-story
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE,
large bank barn and other outbuildings. Good
well of water, fruit trees, and land In a high
state ot cultivation.
PURPART NO. 2.—situate In Franklin town
ship, Columbia county, Pa., bounded and de
scribed as follows, to wit; Beginning at a stone
corner of Christian Teltsworth's land, adjoining
land of Frauds Ely; thence by land of the said
Francis Ely north 12 degrees, west 28 and 6-10
perches to a stone; thence by land of tbe same
south 87)4 degrees, east 8 and 9-10 perches to a
post, near a small hemlock; thence by land of
John Llewellyn nortn 2% degrees, cast 96
perches to a sione (formerly a pine knot), In
line of Peter U. Vought's land; thence by land
of the said Peter H. Vought north 86J4 degrees,
west 52 and 1-10 perches to the west side of the
South Branch ot Roaring Creek, adJolDlng land
of David Reeder; thence up the west side the
South Branch ot Roaring Creek, at low water
mark, Its various courses, lu3 perches to a post
also a corner of David Reeder's land; thence by
land ot the said David Reeder south 4% degrees,
west 16 and 2-10 perches to a post; thence by tbe
same south 15J<i degrees, west 1 and 9-10 perches
to agrost, at the north side nt the public road,
leading from Elysburg to Bear Gap; thence up
said road south 78 degrees, east 19 and 8-10
perches to the place of beginning, containing
27J ACRES
strict measure.
TERMS oF SALE—Ten per cent, of one
fourth of the purchase money to be paid at the
striking down of the property; the one-fourth
less the tea per cent, at the confirmation of
sale; and the remalnlog three-fourths In one
year thereafter, with Interest from confirma
tion nisi.
L. D. KOHRBACH,
W. H, SNYDEK, ATTY. ADM'B.
12-23-lt.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of a writ of Vend. Ex. Issued out of
the Court of Common Pleas of Columbia county
Pa„ and to me directed, there will be exposed
to public sale at the Court House In Blooms
burg, on
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1898,
at 2 o'clock In the afternoon, all that certain
messuage, tenement and tract of land situate In
the Township ot Catawlssa, Columbia County,
and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and des
cribed as follows, to-wlt:
Beginning at a mark on the fence, thence
south sixteen and one-half degrees west, nine
teen and one-half perches along paper mill to a
chestnut; thence south twenty-five degrees
west, eight perches to a stake; tlienoe south
nineteen degrees west, six and one-tenth
perches to a stake; thence south forty-three
degrees west, nine and one-half perches to a
corner of foundry lot land of George Hughes;
thence along said lot south seven and one-half
degrees west, seventeen perches to a pine.
thence south fifty-five and one-half degrees
west, twelve and two-tenths perches to a post
In line of land ot Jonathan Fortner; thence
along said land of Jonathan Fortner south five
degrees west, thirty-three perches to a stono
heap; thence along land of Moses Mower and
others south thirty-nine and one-half degrgts
east, forty-three perches to a maple tree; thence
along land of Miles and Daniel Helwlg north
sixty degrees east, one hundred and nineteen
perches to a post; thence along land of same
north nineteen degrees west, ninety perches to
corner on public road; thence along said road
north eighty-one degrees east, thirteen perches;
thence by same and a private road north elghty
tbree degrees east, sixty-four perches to post In
middle of a run; thence down tlie middle of
said run In Its various courses and windings
along land of Solomon Helwlg thirty-eight
perches to an aspen ash; thence along land of
Henry Ilolllngshead north thirty-five degrees
west, twenty-five porches to a stake; thence
along the line of Philadelphia and Reading
Railroad south sixty-four and one-half degrees
west, twenty-three perches to a stake; thence
fifty-six degrees west, twelve perches to a
stake; thence south forty-eight degrees west,
twelve perches to a stake; thence south forty
five and one-half degrees west, thlrty-slx
perches to a stake; thencesouthjnrty-three and
three-quarter degrees west, fourteen perches
to a stake; thence south sixty degrees west
ten perches to a stake; thence south sixty-five
and one-halt degrees west, thirteen and nlnc
tcnth perches to a mark on the fence, place of
beginning, containing
EIGHTY ACRES,
be the same more or less. The said parties of
the first part, thetr heirs and assigns, reserving
the right and privilege to enter the land pass
lug on and along the northeast side of the pond
erected to gather water for the Paper XI4I, and
the right to keep and maintain a ditch for the
purpose of conveying off the surface water that
might llow into the aforesaid pond through tho
lower end of the garden at tUe d.veiling house,
then carry the same through tho culvert under
the Catawlssa Railroad. Tbe land above des
cribed being a portion ot tho same tract of land
which William McKelvy by Indenture dated 7th
of December, 1872, conveyed to Charles W. Mc-
Kelvy, recorded In Deod Book "Z," pago 382, et
seq. which said portion was conveyed to the
said I. W. McKelvy by Jobn W. Hoffman, Sheriff
of Columblu County, whereon are erected
A DWELLING HOUSE,
barn, and other outbuildings.
Seized, taken In execution at tho suit ot Lloyd
T. Rider vs. rhlllp Sldler, executor of Matthias
Mingles, deceased, and to be sold as tbe prop
erty of Philip Sldlor, executor of Matthias (Jin
gles, deceased.
FHBBZB, W. W. BLACK,
HAHMAN, Sheriff.
BAHKLBT, Attys. Jan. fi-m ts.
CARDS.*?-
N. U. FUNK,
ATTORNIY-AT-LAW,
Mrs. Ent'i Building, Court House Alley,
BLOOMSpURG, PA.
A
A. L. FRITZ,
ATTORNEY AT-LAW,
Poet Office Building, 2nd floor,
BLOOMSBURG, PAi
C. W. MILLER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Wirt's Building, 2nd box,
BLOOMSBURG. PA.
JOHN O. FRBBZS. JOHN O. BARMAN
FREEZE & HARMAN,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
Offices: Centre St., first door below Opera House
GEO. E. ELWELL,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Columbian Building, 2nd floor,
BLOOMSBURG, P.A.
WM. H MAGILL,
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW.
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
Office in Peacock's building, Market
Square.
W. H. SNYDER,
ATTORN BY- 4T— LAW,
Office 2nd floor Mrs. Ents building,
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
ROBERT R. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Columbian Building, 2nd floor,
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
A. N. YOST,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Wirt Building, Court House Square.
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
H. A. McKILLIP.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Columbian Building, 2nd Floor.
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
RALPH R. JOHN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Hartman Building, Market Square,
Bloomsburg, Pa.
IKELER & IKELER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Office back of Farmers' National Bank.
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
R. RUSH ZARR,
—ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
Office in Clark's Block, corner of and and
Centre Streets, I-12-'94
W. A. EVERT,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
(Office over Alexander & Co. Wirt building.
G. M. QUICK,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
Office aver First National Bank.
EDWARD J. FLYNN,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
CENTRALIA, PA.
nr-office Llddlcot building, Locust avenue.
JOHN H. CLARK,
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW AND JIM IK. 8 Of
THX TRACK,
Meyer Bran. Building, 2nd Anax,
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
J. H. MAIZE,
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW, DfSOKAMCB AMD
RKAL KSTATR M3XMX.
Office in Lockard's Building.
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
B. FRANK ZARR,
ATTORNXY-AT-LAW,
Clark's Building, cor. Main and Oeutm Stv,
BLOOMSBURG, Pa.
WCan be consulted in German.
W. H. RHAWN,
ATTORNXY-AT-LAW,
Office, corner of Third and Main Ctssnfi,
CATAWLSSA, PA.
DR. J. C. RUTTER,
PHYSICIAN AMD SURXUMM,
Office, North Market SMI,
BLOOMSBURG. PA.
J. S. JOHN, M. D„
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office and residence, 410 Main St.,
3-70-iy BLOOMSBURG, PA
J. HOWARD PATTERSON,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Second floor Columbian Building,
Bloomsburg, Pa.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DISEASES OP CB ILEUM
H. BIF.RMAN, M- D.
HOMaJOPATHICI'HYBICIANANDStJKUSO*
OPFICE HOURS: Office & Residence, 4th St.,
Until 9 A. M.,
Ito Sand 7to BR. N. BLOOMSBURG, PA
S. B. ARMENT, M. D.
Office and Residence No. 18. West Filth St
D ISE/SES OF TBE THROAT AND NOSE
SPECIALTY
(8 to 10 A.M. BLOOMSBUHe
OFFICE HOURS, Ja to 4 P. M.
17 to 9 P. M. PA.
DR. ANDREW GRAYDON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
Office and residence In Prof. Waller's boom.
# MARKET STREET *
TELEPHONE.
I HENRY W. CHAMPLIN, M. D.
SURGEON AND GYNECOLOGIST.
Office over Farmer's National Bank.
Hours itfto 12 A. M., 3 to 5 and 7toß P.M
Residence, Third St. West of Jefferson.
TELEPHONE.
DR. F. W. REDEKER,
PHY BICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office and Residence, Centre St., between nil
and sth sta.
I Diseases of the esr, nose and throat a specialty.
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
(8 to 10 ADI.
OFFICE B0UR8: 41 to 8 p. m.
(7 to 9 p. m.
J. J. BROWN, M. D.,
Market Street. BLOOMSBURG, Pa.
THE EYE A SPECIALTY.
Eyes treated, tested, fitted with glaise*
and Artificial Eyes supplied.
Hours 10 to 4. Telephone ConnetMoo
DR. M. J. HESS,
DENTISTRY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Ciown and bridge work
—A—
SPECIALTY,
Corner Main and Centre Streets,
BLOOMSBURG, PA^
DR. W. H. HOUSE,
SURGEON DENTIST, (
Office, Barton's Building, Main below Marks
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
All styles of work done in a superior matiwat,
and all work warranted as represented.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN,
by the use of Gas, and free of charge win*
artificial teeth are inserted.
WTo be open all hours during the day.
DR. C. S. VAN HORN,
—DENTIST.—
Office corner of East and Main streetj. OB
posite Town Hall.
Office hours 8:80 to 12 a. M ; 2 to 5 p. in.
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
C. WATSON McKELVY,
FIRE INSURANCE AGENT.
(Successor to B. F. Hartman
R..L < lET^ CNTS V„ VELVE OF T,IE strongest Compne. \
les In the world, among which are:
CASH TOTAL BUBrLOt
Franklin of Phlla.. WJIOO'ILS °
Penn a. Phlla 400,000 8,825,160 I'TIUU
Queen of N. Y. 500,000 SK IMIMI
Westchester, N.Y. 300,0E0 1,758,80? TSLNT
N. America, Phlla. 3,000,000 9,780, M IT-Scni
OFFICE IN I. w. MCKBLVY'S STORE.
WLosses promptly adjusted and paid.
M. P. LUTZ & SON,
(SUCCESSORS TO FHEAS BROWN)
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
AGENTS AND BROKERS
—o
N. W. Corner Main and Centre. Streets,
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
—O—
Represent Seventeen as good Corapui
ies as there are in the World and all
losses promptly adjusted and paid
at their Office.
CHRISTIAN F. KNAPP,
FIRE INSURANCE,
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
of N - v.; Merchants of Newark,
N. J.; Clinton, N. Y.;Peoples', N. Y.; Read
ing, Pa ; German American Ins. Co., New
York; Greenwich Insurance Co., New Yoifci
Jersey City Fire Ins. Co., Jersey City, N. J
These old corporations are well seasoned
by age and fire tested, and hare never yet
had a loss settled by any court of law. Thais
assets are all invested in solid securities, and
liable to the hazard of fire only.
Losses promptly and honestly adjusted awd
paid as soon as determined, by Christian F
Knapp, Special Agent and Adjuster, Blooms',
burg, Pa. -~—
The people of Columbia county should
patronize the agency where' losses, if aa*
are settled and paid by one of their own
citizens. f
CENTRAL HOTEL,
B. Stohner, Prop. C. F. Stohner, Assistant
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
Large and convenient sample rooms. Hot
and cold water and all roodep co-venience..
The hotel has been lately reitiW'-r.l
CITY HOTEL,
W. A. Bartzel, Prop, reter F. Reidy, Manage
No. 121 West Main Street, "
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
■STLarpe and convenient sample rcoms.b,th
rocms, hotard cold water, ord n c ,' n cvm
sentence* L'ar stocked wilh best wl ™ £5
liquors. First.clr.ss livery attache I. '
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