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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJRG, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1S6G.
William L. Maddock .fc Co,, dciil-
forn In lino groceries, No. 110 South Tlilril
f Street (otiDostto the Glrurd Btuikl.
; Weaver Axn Sphaxklk, wholesale
grocers anil commission lticrclmiits, Nos.
jp mid 227 Arch Street, Philadelphia,
tiave n superior stock of good In their
line, and u cull will be a benefit to all
" THAT portion of our renders who nrc
Phlladelphl!tlis, or who have occasion
to visit Philadelphia, will want to know
vlicrp they can bo suited in their pur
Ohasefi. Bchell, Herder and Co., com
mission inerchantH, and dealers In ilsli,
fenlt, cheese, provisions, etc., are fully
hblo to meet the demands of those wish
"Iiik articles In their line of business.
'Jhoy nro located ut Nos. 122 and 121
North Wharves, ubovo Arch Street.
Now that warm weather Is approach
ing n change of clothing to suit tlio tem
perature Is necessary. In this connec
tion a knowledge of a desirable place to
procure your goods is valuable Informa
tion. Mr. S. II. Miller has recently re
turned from a business trip to the cities,
and brought with him a superior assort
ment of Spring and Summer goods.
2Ns advcrtisnient In another column
Inoro fully sets forth the articles he has
Soldiers' Coxvextion. The Mon
tour American Under the above caption,
publishes the proceed I ngH of u Iladical
Republican meeting at Danville, Mon
tour County held on Monday last. The
Resolutions are denunciatory of the Pres
ident's policy, and of course complimen
tary to Mercur, member of Congress from
this district. The force assembled is said
to have been under the immediate com
mand of Lleutennnt-Colotiel Prick, who
acted under orders ftom Major-General
llartranft. The resolutions will be
found in another column.
A Card. On behalf of the ofllcers and
members of theCaluwissa English Luth
eran Sabbath-School, we desire to return
our humble, (hunks to the citizens of Cat
awlssa and vicinity for their attendance
and the very liberal patronage bestowed
upon our Pair, on tiie 2uth and 2(ilh nl
tlmos. Wo feel proud to acknowledge
that the result of our sales exceeded by
Jhr our greatest expectations, and deem
it an additional evidence of the good
feeling and liberal spirit ever manifested
toy our citizens when called upon to aid
Jn the success of a good and laudable
-purpose. S. 1). Uixard, Sup't.
M. M. Brohst, Sec'y.
Amoxo other remarks about this pa-
per, not complimentary, the editor of
the Montour American ob.-erves that
mechanically the Columhian is not a
micccss. This is discouraging, if the
..opinion as expressed bo correct. The
lltness of the editor of the American to
pronounce judgment upon our merits,
aneehanically or otherwise, will be easi
ly determined by an inspection of'his
own paper. If it be a mechanical suc
cess wo have and must ever fail in our
enterprise. The two papers are unlike
an their "make-up," and will so con
tinue, unless the American man should
' become ashamed of his. For informa
tion we add tlmttho Montour American
published in Danville, Pa.
Dn. Dahrin is still nt the Montour
House, Danville, astonishing a constant
throng of patients by the rapidity with
-which he relieves them of their aches,
pains, and disabilities. 'Wo are pleased
to learn that ho is coming to Blooms'
Imrg for a short time, stopping at the
Exchange Hotel, commencing June 1,
nnd remaining until Juno 0. Wo have
not space tills week to print the cer-
tillcates of Thomas Williams, of Dan
ville, who was cured of rheumatism in
ten minutes; of Harmon Snyder's little
. j;lrl, cured of deafness of six years' stand
ing, livingin Push Township, Northum
hcrland County; and John Dailey, of
l.)anville, who was troubled with a pain
in the breast and sides, shortne.-s of
breath, cured with oneureatment of live
On, 1ms been discovered at Wilder,
Governor Cuiitin is to bo offered
. the mission to Italy, It is said.
Tin: Most Hev. Joseph Dixon, Bishop
of America and Primate of all Ireland,
idled recently, after a brief illness.
Tin: Baltimore and Ohio 'Hallroad
Company now own over eight hundred
locomotives, valued at flvo millions of
The wholo business portion of Hud
pon, Wisconsin, was destroyed by tiro
recently, tlio loss being estimated at
tnree hundred thousand dollars.
A Finn broko out in St. Clairsvlllp
Ohio, on Tuesday of last week, wlileli iln
stroyed property to tho amount of ono
,jiunurcu aim iitty or two hundred thmiS'
DUHIXG tho eighteen yearn that lmv
elapsed since the discovery of gold in
California, tlio mines of the Pacille cot
Jiuvo uaucu ono thousand millions o
dollars to tho world's stock of tho pre
Private letters from Indiana rlvn
1 very dlseourasinii account of finvirnm
Morton's condition. But little hopes are
now entertained of his final recoverv
although his illness may bo protracted
. jor many months.
Meetixgh of tho business men
Charleston havo been held to appoint
delegates for tho mirnnsM nf vlsltlmr
Louisvilloand Cincinnati in refcrenco to
tho projected railroad between thos
cities and Charleston.
4 Chicago hits Just inaugurated a mam
moth siaughter-hoiibo, at tlio neighbor-
., ing city of Bridgeport, which Is two
hundred and soventy-Uvo feet long, ono
hundred and soventy-fivo feet wide and
tlirco stories high, with a dally killing
capacity of twelve hundred head of cat
tie, two thousand hogs, and one thous
firmr, is not now from the mouth of
the Susquehanna, between Poit Deposit
and Clark's Perry, n dlstanco of near
one hundred miles, a bridge passable
for vehicles or foot passengers.
Tin: vote in West Virginia on tho
Stato constitutional amendment dis
franchising Rebels was taken up, He-
turns so far indicate tiie ratification of
tho amendment. 'Wheeling and Ohio
County vote strongly against it.
It 1 said that Mrs. Lincoln has pur
chased a residence in Chicago for tho
sum of fourteen thousand dollars, and
that Hubert Lincoln Is about to be ad
mitted to the bar, and to enter upon the
practice of his profession in that city.
James Mtn.cit j:aiiy was awarded ono
thousand dollars damages In tho Supe
rior Court of Boston recently, against
Dr. Henry Howdltch, who branded tho
plaintiff Illegally with u letter D ns a
deserter, while examinlngsurgeon In the
Tin: Old School Assembly of the
Presbyterian Church at St. Louis re
cently reported adversely to the deela-
tlon recently put forth by the Louisville
Presbytery, and declares tho latter Pres
bytery dissolved. Tho Louisville Com
missioners declined to enter a defence of
their action In the Assembly.
The Postmaster-General has ordered
n contract to bo made with tho Oregon
Steam Navigation Company to convey
the mails from Portland, Oregon, to the
Dalles, at ten thousand dollars per an
num, the service to bo six timesn week,
and permits the contractors to give the
otllces at Fisher's Landing, "Wahougal
and Hood Hiver a supply once a week.
Tin: Pennsylvania Hallroad Compa
ny have now under way a novel enter
prise. They have employed a first-class
photographer to superintend tho photo
graphing of all tho property of tho
company and tho various points of in
terest or of beauty along the main line
and all its branches, having placed at
tho disposal of the artist a train of cars,
fully officered, for the work.
In Montour Township, on tho Hist ultimo, nt tho
resldcnop of tlio bride's father, by llov. J. It,
Pimm, Amikut I'. Yosr to Lonir. It. IiuvtNK.
At tho M. I-:. I'ninmngont this place, hy ligv, It,
I;. Wilson, Namiax .1, IIkss, of ISeutou.to M.tr.v
A. Iltsm.isi:, of Orniifievllli'.
On tho 21th ultimo, In loin, by llov. II. I'. King,
A, 1IAIH I.AV MoNiiof'jiir Liverpool. l'crry Counly,
to C. Mm ma I.Kiicionr, or Iola,
In Iluclchorn, on tho I'lth ultimo, by llov. It. K.
Wilson, CYltUS (Illl'llllKIt to IlAC'HAKl. I McMi
In Illoomsburf;, on tho aid ulllmo. i:i.i,ir.I!oi)NF,
duiiKhloror Saimiel V. nod Nnnoy 1. Ikiono.aKisl
1 1 yi aiH, mouths, and 14 days.
In this place, on tho lsth ultIiuo,.ANNin Catii
nitiM:, ilaiiKhtor of Allen M. nnd Siusan Cndunla
dor, ukoiI 7 month' nnd .1 days.
In llorwlel,-, on tho nth ultimo, Mahv, wife of
A she I Iowler, nscd Ml wire, 1 month, and -'days.
In Locust Township, Columbia County, on tho
1, th ultimo, l.i.iZAiiirrii CAJii'iii:i.i.,ngiilT9yi nrs,
ri mouths, and l.i uay.
K. II. I.ltllr,
ATT( )H N 1 1 V-AT-L A W,
OlUeo on Main street, In white frame house, be
low the i:.ehmiKO Hotel.
Kulitrt F. ( lu i k,
A TO J 1 1 N I J V- AT- LAW,
Oflloo coiner of Main and Market Streets, over
I'lrst X.itloniil Hank.
.lolln O. l-'rccic,
Ofllco In Itotr nnd Ilecnrdcr'a olllco, In the
basement of tho Court limine.
(itllco on Main Street, over S. II. Mlller-H Store.
C. II. Ilrncku ny,
Olllco on Main Street, first door west of tho Court
Chili-lev (i. Hiirklc',
A TTO H N I : Y- AT- L A W,
Olllcoon Mnlu Street, ovorS. II, Miller's Sloto.
AVIlllnm II. Abbott,
Jll. K. Ini kkon,
Ilerwick, Cohimhla Counly, I'n.
?l. M. TraiiKb,
Ilerwick, Ci'lnmhla Counly, l'n.
M. M. I.'Vrllr,
Centralla, Columbia County, I'a,
yKAVKlt SPHAXKLK, .
WIIOI.IXAMI (iHOCi:it.S AND COMMISSION
Nos. Si'i nnd 1.V7 Arch Stloet,
I-Ili:sil AUItlVAL Of
KI'ItlNn AND SCMMCIt fiOODM.
Tho Mihscrllier hasjusl teturned Iroiu the cities
with another largo and selocl assortment of
SI'IUXCI AND Sl'MMKIt OOOIIS,
purehased In New Yoikand 1'hlUdelphla nt lh
lowest ttjjuri', anil which he isiletoimhU'd to sell
nil nn moderate terms as call bo procured else
where lu Illoomshuri:. Ills stock comprises
IiADIKS' DIIKSM (iOOI)S
of the choicest styles and latest f.i-hlons, together
w llh u lurgn nssortmcnt of
Oil Cloths, Hoots mid Simon,
Cloths, Hats and Caps,
While (lomls, (Woo,
AND NOTIONS OI.'XJIUAM.Y.
In short, overs Ihluu usually koiit n counlrv
stores, tn which ho Invites tho attention r the
public Konerally. Tho hlshi t pileo will bo ild
uir country piouueo in oxcliatiRO ror unmix,
S, II. MILLIUt,
r ii'r rufldln- (!',. t turp, I'.i,
QHEUIFF'.S HALE. BY VIRTUE
YD of sundry wrlls of Kmtlttmtt fs)ni(t$ umt
iuvrt J-helci tutnoillrcctcd. issued nut til IhuCotirL
uf Cointnuu liens of Columbia County, wilt ho
cxponii in public sale, lit I lit) Court House, In
Hlooiushurg, on Tuesday, tlio With day of Juno,
nt out' o'clock In Ihouflcriinuu, the following
discrlhisl ronl estate, to will
A ccituln triict or Inuil, sltuntu In Hugnrlnaf
Township, Columbia County, containing SEVENTY-SIX
ACRES, moio or less, hounded on tho
south by hinds of Joshua llcssj on the west by
binds uf Duvld Kocliuur; on tlio north hy hums
of Jcicmlah Hess; nml on Ilia rust by hinds of
.IUII1CS IIOOITIS, WI1C1CI111 ISITCCICU Ull Olll lOg Oliril
with t lie nppurlcnutict s.
Seized, tiilim In exccul Ion, nml to 1a sold an tho
rropcrty of .lumen Hlclilor, iIiwikoI.
Accrtnln farm nml trurtof lnlnl.illlmlp In fain.
wlstu 'rouiifhlp, Coluuthtu County, hountlcil on
tint xotitli I iv liui'ls orHnnuii'l Mlllnrd. nnd other
IiiikIh cf .1. 1. Kluchcrt on tho yvtut hv fuinl of Sol
omon llolwlu; on tho north liy ImiuI or lionjiinilu
Holhpr itiul fdherj: nml on the nut Uy luml of
Touch Coxo'8 liolm, rontnlnlnir KKIII I Y-NINK
.i 111" hihi one nuunrrii niiM iwruiy.nnip porpu
Of, whereon Is elected n lo hum; ntout Mlxty
ncioH or which Is Imtiiovod hind,
Ono other fnrm nnd tniet of land, xltuntv pnrtly
In Cutawlwi nnd parlly In Kmnltlln Township,
Columlilu C'ounty, lioundod on the nouth hv limit
or John Holt: on tho oust hylnuil of John 8cott
mid html or Mury HeiicoiJt; on tho wot hy hind
of Mury Hcucock nnd land or lllmtu J. Header;
iitd on the north hy u ijuhllc rood unit land or 111
rum. I, Header, eontulnrnirMliVi:.NTY-SlXACHl
mill ono hundred nnd ilu perchen, whoroon In
oruiioil n two-ntory hrlclc dwelllnu'liouso, n loj;
barn.uliniiplc and pouch orihurtl, nnd nil Improv
Ono other lot of lnnd.Hltuatoimrtlv hiCatawNin
nml partly In Franklin Townnhtpii, Columlilu
County, bounded on the noutli hy land of John
Itlctianls; on tho wchI and noith by land or Jiary
UoaciH'k; nnd nil the east by land or John Scott,
conlalnliiK ril'l'i:i:N ACUIX.all Inipioiod Inliil,
but without bulldlnKH, with tho npiuitcnaueH.
Hef.ed, taken In exit ullon,and to ho n!d H8 tho
propeity of Jeremiah P. l'lnchorniul Abel Thorn-
UAllltl'l UWIII.!, ui. ..('
pUBLIC SALH OF
V .ll.UAIll.l, lfcl',.li JJ,1A11A
111 pursuance of nil order of tho Orphans Court of
Columbia County, I'a., on Saturday, tho SM day of
Juno next, nt ton o'clock In tin: forenoon, I'hllii
1'ouxt, administrator of Daniel Krum, Into of
Cooper Township, Montour County.decensod, will
exposo to sale, by public vendu ,nt the house of
Kmnnuel l4inus, In Montour Township, u cor-
tnln tmct of land, situate In Monlour Township,
(,'olumhU Counly, ndJolulni lands of ICmamtel Iji-
.arus on tho cast, tho Hlver Susciuehnnna on the
Hotith, and tho lino illvldlns tho Counties of Co-
lumblit nnd Montour on tlio north, containing
olKhty-twoucicsaiid sixty-six perches neat mens-
mo, about twenty neres of which Is ImprovisI or
denied land, Ijito tho oshito of sulci deceased,
situate in Iho Township of Montour nnd county
aforesaid. JllsSi: COLEMAN, Clerk.
HLooMsnUKO, MayS'i, Imw.
CONDITIONS 01' BALK.
Twenty-five per cent, of tho purchase money to
bo paid by thn purchaser to tho nilmlulstrator on
the day of sulu; tho residue of the purchasu luo
ney to bo paid lu ono year from Iho eonlhmatlou
uf. nl., with interest from tho continuation, Tho
purchaser to pay for deed and slumps.
l'llILIl- FOUST, Administrator.
May 21, 1VI.
(JCHKLL, BKHCiKH CO.,
GKNICItAL CO.MMISSION MLHCIIANTS,
I'lSII, SALT, (.'IIKKSK, l'HOVIHIONS, Ac,
Nos. 1:1' and 121 North Wharves, nbovo Arch St.,
Solo nueiits for Wilcox's Wheel Clrcaso, lu bar
rels, kegs, and cans.
T I. BURKHABT,
Ituiiorter nnd Denier In
IHON AND STKKL,
No. m Trnnt Street,
JOHX STHOUP & CO.,
successors to Slroup A lhothor,
WIIOLKSAI.K DKALi:ns"lN FISH,
No. 21 North Wh.u vos, nnd North Water St.,
2 J. LKSTKIt,
v noiosaio nun iietau is-nierin
I'OItKION AND DOMI'.STIC 45AlU'I7r,
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SIIADIX, Ac,
No. 2") North Second Street, opp. Christ Church,
MM) ALL WHOM IT MAY COX
i CintN. I'lenv take notice that I, Ira lload-
annel, of Conlievlllo, Columlilu County, having
bought the following list of proiiorty from Peter
Howcr, do decluro that it is my Intention to lend
Iho same to tho said Ilowor, to wit: four beds;
on" doen chairs; ono lot of dishes; ono cup
board; ouo bureau; twenty yards of carpet ; one
cooking stove; ono pallor stove; ouo twodiorso
wagon; ouo tuii'hor'.i! carriage; onoitouble set of
harness; one single set of harness; two tables;
two pigs. I HA HOADAHMKU
UllU AIL FOR CATAAVISSA!
this way roi: iiawiaixs.
fioods to wmptire wilh strlnKoney of tlio mnncy
markt't. IjfMtk nnd nnnparn prk'os licfuic pur-din-sin
t lscwlioro. Jiiht cull nt tli favor to Imnl-
lll'M NtiUltl Of
JFcNINCII A HHITMAX,
uihI you will lip met by ttno1tlsltiKiroprfttnrnr
ijielrt lerUs, tuulhliitwiUhroitulitlu'trKrcnt varlrty
stino fu tiof Lliaw.of nmiM1. Tlit'y will uWo you
h fair cli.iiuo tn spiiul your hmsv chniiK'', tliry
lrut niucli nmn profltuhly than It can bo spout
STOCK OF DUY GOOHS
MiN Sprlnji U innrli lnrtfcr in all (ts varieties than
LAimyr j)uiss good.s
are of tho nln-vt stloH In market. They havo a
flue assortment of
HATH, CAPS, HOOTS AM) SHOIiS,
SUMMIIK CLOTHS, CASKI.NM-ri'S,
CAssi.Miinr.s, and vi;stings,
ami nunuTont articles' common to such ChtaMInh
nu nts, iK'Mdrrt a Kom-ral itsuttuiPMt of
iiAunw'Aiti:, tinwahk, qui:i:nwahi;
all nt Rroatly roducnl prices. They wish to con
duct their business on tho n,stom of
"l'AY AS YOlT (iO,"
and they think they inn arford to sell very cheap.
They return their thanks for many past faorn,
and nsk tin future patron:ii' of their former ens
tonicrs and thu public ciu-mlly,
.McM.NCH & SlUJMAJft
riMIK XKW CiltOCKHY STOHK,
J. on Main Streot,
A LAUGH ARSOHTMHNT Of MiW GOODS
Just reeelved at
HHXItY GIGKU'S NKW KTOHH.
Hfltx nnd Caps,
lkMjtH nnd Rhoes,
rLomt, r.i: a.i ruovisioNs,
to'otlnr with a great variety of notions goner
ally kept in tnrcA.
llVTTnit, IHiGS, MHAT, AND I'llODlTK
taken in eehant; for gouds, lor hleh tUo hlglw
ctt mi i-'fc jir j will ho p Jd.
j u -Nil v oiont,
in I'ltovitm roit Titti KitncTto of a itnxjHV. ton
TIIK KMI'lAtVMUNT ANIt Ht:ri'"lr 09 TMK Vwlt
IS Till; C'UtlNrV ttV (Ul.tJMllIA,
HMTIon 1, lloltotiarted hy theHennlpnndlTou!n
of Uepri:4-utatlveNOf Ihi-ComifioiiucallhoriViiii
nylVftula hi (Irnoral Asm mhlv met, and It Is licre
hy onnctisl hy tho nuthorltv ir th fame, That .1
A. rmmtuil Jiimli Harris Lrwl Vettor..let5o Iloir
man, Thoinan Crevelltm.Sr., Hamuel Jluirt, Wil
liam I .an ion, William. I. Iheler.and .John K.tJrotz
duty It Hhnll ho, tr a majority of them, i iti or heforo
the tlrit dav or July, Anno Domini tine thousand
elKht hundred and slxly-slx, to determlmi uihju
and pimlmo hupIi real entato n they, or a major
Hy ot them. Khali deem norovary foi t houeenmo
datlon of ilio poor of I'olumhlu County, and to
tako n eomeyaiieo ttierefor In tho namo ami for
thotisool thoeoriHtratlnn mentioned lu tho (mirth
hfi'tloii itftlds net. mul rprtltv their iircwectlf nir
herein under their haudsand nvnU to tho Clerk of
tlio quarter spasmus or Cotummn inimy. 10 no
tiled in his otlleo, and at tho next uciicral efeellon
tlm itnnllilrd clrelnrs of Cnliimhla Ctaititv shall
rloet I hi re ivupoctahlo eltlzens of the mUl eounty
to IHMIUOCHM.S in 100 i m i r aim tn i in'n,vtu
plovmetit for (.'ohunlita liunty for tho ousutin;
hnlf Imtiieillatoly on reeelvltm tho returns trcnu
Ilio M'enu oii'Ciiou uisinciM mm oosiimk up ino
uumher of votes therein, or within thruo daym
thereatter.ecrtlfy under tholr hands and fuals tho
iinmos of iimous Noeleoted director to tho Clerk
of tho Court of Hunrter SoshIoiik of wild eounty.
u-li. Ntudl U1p Him Kntd cprMlh iito lu his oMlci. ninl
rormuun bivu nonce in writum u mo sam uireo
lor nf thi'lr lelmf eleeled. ami thesald dlrcetnrH
shall meet at thoCmut House, In tho said eounty,
on tlio Hut Monday of November next ensulnu
ineir election, mm inviuu inemseivi:ii uy nit nini
inn r imtici. mn nineo nr inn nrsL 10 oo vaenicti
ut Iho exnlratloii of tho first voar. of tho second at
llie oxpilulioii 01 ino Froouri yi'nr, n in- uiini ai
tho ovpliatpm of thu third year, bo that those who
Hhnll ho chosen after tho llrst election, und In tho
mMloahoe deseniHii, mayservoior inrooyeni!,
nndiiiuihlid inav iHii-hotMi unnuallv.
sciion '2. That mo snerllt or mam county snail,
within ten ilayi after tho passage of this act, notify
VIHl llKlllMl""llMllMn II) 1 1 It'll 1J lllilllllll II I 111
when tlifvsludl mi'i t ftr r iilcrlni' uiiou IhoihillnM
usslHiied theiu by thin att, wldch nald plaeo of
meeung Hiiau no m iiioonisuurg, iu inu louil
Smtion H, Kvcr director elcctol lu manner
aforesaid, or npolnted ns Is piovlded tn tho
twelfth section ir this net, shall, wllhln ten days
after ho is unfilled of such election or upjiotut
ruent,nnd boloro he enters upon Ihedntlosof said
olUeo, take an oath or allliinatluu before a Justlco
of tho peacoof said county todlschmco theduttos
nf ilhi i'titr uf tin- mini' for k.iIiI ronntv trulv. l.iilh-
lully, nml lmp-utfally, to tho best of hl.s judgment
and ability, mid lu case of neglect or flu sal to
iiiko sam oam nr auinnauoii wuiiui inu unio
nloie.sald, ho shall tortelt and pay tho sum of ten
dollars tor tho uo of tho nota of said count v.
which lino shall bo roioered by tho dheelors for
tho lime liclnu ns dents arts or nuaii no nv law re
eoernbh ami tho directors ouallhYd iw aforesaid
aro hereby authoited to administer an oath or
alluuiatlfin inunycasowlieii ttfUiaii iicnocchsary
In relation to tho duties of their ofllco.
suction 4. The said direct orn shall forever here
after, in namo ami lu tart, i ono ixxiy iMiiitieand
corporaio in law, muii inionis ana purpnsus nai
sier relative to tho nour of tho Countv of Co-
lumhla, and shall hao peipetual sucxessinn, and
mav sue and bo sued, nlrad and bo Imiiloaded. hv
tho name, st j le, and title of Directors of tho INsjr
and ol tho House nf Employment for he County
of (,'olumbla, and by that namo sluill a?.d may re
ceive, take, and hold any lauds, tencnunt.v, and
hereditaments nut ex reding tho yearly valun of
ton thousand tlollais, and any noods and cbathds
w hatsoe or of the Klfl, alienation, or, beipiestnf any
oerson or normns whatsneeri to nurchase. take.
und hold any lauds and tenementM within their
eounty in feo simple or otherwise, and erect Milta
bio buildlmis lor the recentlon. use. nml acenmo-
ilatlnn nt tho ooorof said county: to nrn tdo all
thlnns necessary for the Induing, maintenance, and
employment of "aid poor; to appoint a tieasurer
uuuuauy, who shall ulxi! bond with lull and suth
clent siuety for the falthfuUlNehariro of tho duties
of his ofllco, ami at tho expiration thereof lor tho
payment aim uciivery over 10 uis successor in oi
lien of nil inotu'vs. bonds, of notes, book aeeounts
or other paiers to the said corporation belonglnn,
which shall iheu bo remaining In his hands, cus
tody, and possession, and said directors shall havu
power to cmplov and at pleasuio remove a stew
ard or stow urds, matron or matrons. phslcfan or
physicians, surgeon or surgeons, und ull other at
iendauts that innv be necossar.v for tho said mwr
respectively; to bind out us apprentices, so that
sueu anpretuicosuin may oxniie, h niaics.
leforo thoauof twenty-one years, if females, ut
nr before the tureot oicliteen vears. sucli noor clill
then as shall como under their notleo. or an mav
bo .hound apprentices. 7rwn'oVd, That (iio child
sun u oo ooiuio i ill it ion hi uiir t uuiu i vimimioi;i,
nor without the bonellt of tho public schools of
i no uisirici.
Skcthin r. That thn Raid Directors, any two of
wbom snail constitute iiouorum for tbottunsae
tlon of business, shall hao power annually, as
soon alter ine returns uir mo annum nssess
meuts In said countv us is nmctlaible. to lav
a rata or assessment not cxecctllns ono cent on
tho dollar, at any lime, uihju an real ami per-
fravtmr tho oxin-nses of luirel tusitiir said farm
erect hit? said bulldlnus, mid maintaining the poor
in salt! county, and shall bo levied upon tho basis
of tho last adjusted valuation mado tor regulating
county rates aim levies, aim iiiivua; eauu lair
duplicates of such rates or assessments hy them
lam io oo inaoe, wiucii snati oo biKiieu ny ineui,
hIihII Ihmiio tlielr M'urrant to Ilin iwillrclor f sucit
tax, therein authorl.lnjr and reijutrlnK him (o rie-
niami, receive, ami coiieei Horn eery jhtsou
tlierein named, in tlio manner and hv tho sanio
proi ess us poor taxes aio now collyetablo; und tlio
said directors shall, from the time of the providing
hv I hem of hii liable buildings for t he accomndnt inn
of said )onr, oxeielso and perform within tho said
eounty, except so far ns such acts, duties, and
powers are heroin expressly prescribed or limit oil.
Skctiov . As soon as tho said buildings shall
hao been erected or purchased, and all necessary
aicnmodalions provided therein, notices shall lo
sent, signed hy any two of tho dlicctors, to tho
overseers oi me several inwiisiiips oi urn sam
County of Columbia, rpiirliu them forthwith to
bring tho poor of their respective townships to
said 1 louse of Employment, which order the over
seors are hereby enjoined und rcquhod to comply
with, or otherwise to forleit the cost of ull futuio
maintenance, except In cases when by sickness,
or un other sutliclcut eauso, any piwir person
ran not bo removed: In which case tho overseers
shall reprcsont the namo to Uc neatest Justice of
mo peace, wno, neings.iiisneu in i no i ruin inereoi,
shall certify tlio same to tho said dlrcctois, and at
the sc.mo time issue an order, under his hand and
seal, to t he said overseers, direct lug I hem to main
tain such toor nut II such tlmuas hoorsliomay be
a sitiialfontolMreniovod,andtlicn tsmvoy tho in
said pauper and deliver lmn or her to the steward
or U eiier of said House of Hinnloyment, together
with the said order; and the chargo nnd expi-nso
of such tomnotury relief and ot vuch lemoval
slintl bo paid by tho said directors at a reasonable
Skition 7. Tho steward or mnnngor of said
PiKir House Is hereby loipitred yearly, on tho llrst
Monday of January In each ear, to luuiMi sahl
directors u statement ot tho Income of said real
estate, as nearly as thosanio can he done, uI.no of
ex cons in ins cxiicnnmues hut aim unnvo sam
Income; tho amount und kind of ic.rsonul pio
perty then on hand, Including grain, tt vttvm;
Iho number of poor icrsons admitted and dis
charged iluring Hit! year, with tiie number then
therein; the length of tlino each remained; and
tho name, age, and sex of each. Tim treasurer
shall unnuallv, on the llrst Monday of each y nr,
lender to said directors a Just unit correct account
ot his receipts and disbursement during tho pre
ceding year, and the suld dheetoiN shall anuuullv,
in tho mouth of January In each year, puhiisb, In
two papers published In Hloomshurg, n statement
of tlio leceipts.dlhbursemi nts, und oxpcudltuios
of said corjior.ition dining tho preceding year,
with u statement of tho property, mil und per
sonal, then held hy them,
Sperms K That tho compensation of tho treas
urer, collector, steward, matron, physician, and
other ofllci rs and assistants shnll fto tlxed hv the
till cc tors and tho compensation nf tho directors
.-shall ho fixed by tho Jloaul of Auditor, who shall
bo appointed by tho Court ot Quarter Sessions of
Mild county, at each early settlement, lor tho
next succeeding year. 7nrM, That the com
pensation of said directors, troin lim pa-ssao of
this act until tho llrst yeailv sotttemem, hull bo
lleil by the Hoard ot Auditors at tho llrst yearlv
soilleinrtntl the dlreetois to lurnlh tho salf audi
tors ii correct account of tho time ami expenses
lost and Inclined hy th'-in lu attending to their
duties, from w hh h account the said compensation
shall lie fixed nnd adjusted.
hixTiox 0. Tho said directors shall from tfmo to
time receive, provldo lor, und employ, according
to tho true in tent and meaning of this net, nil such
poor and Indigent persons as sh.tll bo entitled to
icllei from any ot I lie several townships or boi
otighsof Columbia County, and shall bo sent there
by an order or warrant lor that pui pose, under tlio
hands und seals ot urn two Justices o tho pence
of tho said countv, directed to tho Overseers ot
the I'oor ot tlio proper tow nship or borough, and
the said dlrettors ate hereby authorized, when
they shall deem It prupor nnd convenient to do
sit, to permit any poor person to ho maintained
elsewhere. yiuWdn, The expense of their main
tenance does not In any ea.se eceed that for
which they muld ho maintained nt tho I'oor
House of tlio said County ot Columbia,
Section W. That It sh ill he lawful for the said
dlicctors, or a majority of them, In tho case of auv
pi rsou In their charge ns a pauper owning or imps'.
sessluguny real estate or luteiest In real estate,
toapply to the Couit of Common Pleas of Colum
bia tHunty, or any other counties in this Com
mon wealth wheio Hie said property may In situa
ted, by polltlon, praying tho said Court to grant
them an order to mako sato of said real estate, or
Inlerost therein, for tlio supimrt and maintenance
of said pauper, and thai the suld Couit, If they
deem It advlsnoln ufter considciing tho applica
tion, shall grant un order tn said dins-tors tom-iko
sail of said leal ostato or inteiest theielu,orauv
part thcreof.ou such terms us the said Court shall
think it advisable, nnd tlio Mild directors shall, In
pursuance, of suld order, idler said real estate, or
interest thcieiu, on tho premises, nt public sale,
and st 11 the same ut public out-cry, alter giving
nt least twenty days' public notice of the tlmoamt
place of sale.hy threo handdtllls, put up iu publlo
ptacis. and by udvei tlseiiient In one newspaper
published in tho county wherein sahl proper iv I
situated, wlib h sale so made the said dlns'tors
shall let urn to tho said emu l, and after confirma
tion of the same shall execute and deliver to tho
purchaser a deisl of coHMvuncntnr ald estate, on
thn said pui chaser's full compliance with tho
terms and conditions ot said sale, which deed so
mado shall o.st tho propertvthereln described to
the giantco us fully und ellectually us tho said
pauper, held and enjoyed tho samo,Hiid that the
said dluctors shall apply Hio pioeoeds of snld
sulo, or so much us may bo necessary, to tho sup
nortand nialnlenaiieo of said pauer,aiid if nnv
balance shall remain utter hU or her death, and
ntlcr deducting funeral expenses, tho said dlrtc
tors shall imy over said balaueo lo thu legal rep
lescutallMsof suld pauper.npon cleinamr made
nnd secuilty being given toluilcmnlty said ill
lectors from the claims nf ull other persons,
SKcrtnx It. A quotum of said dlrectoiK shall,
and they me hoiehy eujolm-d und leijulieil, to
meet ut tho said lloitso of Hmployment at least
once hi cveiy month, und visit thn ivuittucuts
and sen that tho poor aro onmfottuhly supiHirted,
and hear ull complaints, and redress, on uuso to
bo redressed, nil uriovuntcs Hint- may happen hy
tho ne?Ie.t or inis-.onduet tf any pfyson or per
sons jn their employment, cr othcrwiu,
HriTinv 19 Tn ix.u.. ..f ...... ... .... . .i..n.
rislgnidion, nr (dhcrwlse, of nny of the xnld di
rectors, thn remaining dheetois shnll fill fcueh .
euney hy Hie anHintmpnt or n cltlwii of their
1" " 1 ",,n.Vr rcnmty as is provided by
tho first section of this iu i, to scro until the next
Mii rai oiceuon, w lien unotlur director shnll lj
leeted, to serve ; im IT no ncaiicy had hapf.elied.
Hi. (T ION t t. A II fill hnt mid i .ii.tni,,!. ..ILtt... ..
Iho time of thliiKt being eoirlod Intoeiirct shall
havo lull tone und ellect, ns If this net had not
1tasid and W lun the sunin imiv lmvit !..... .i..u.
adjusted ami settled, all moneys remaining in ih'()
iidiinoi ine oi'ieer, as wen as ino uncollected
taxi s levied for the support of the toor In the sev
eral townships, in the Countv of Columbia, Minil
be paid over lo Hie Supervisors of the Hlghwas
of their icpectlve lownsldps, to bo by them cm-
I 'i'V t-u nm nro ri'i'iui ing i ne i oaofl inerein
KKCrirtN II. Assfsin as Iho itoor nt tho ContiH
of Columhin shall linvo Isen removed lo tho
nouse or i.mpioymeut or tne unld county, nnd
tlio out-stnildlnc taxes cnlleefed nnd onld over nn
directed lu section thirteenth of thisnct.llioumpe
nrovorseer of (he Piwtr within theniseptlugtown
nnii! union rum inciiceinriii ou iH)imicsi,
Snirrio.N 13, That the sahl director or treasurers.
or nny ono or more nf Iho taxpayers of tho no-
rvnin mwironi'H, miiy, wunni iwemyuays irom
tho yearly setllrinent by tlm auditors us aforesaid,
appeal from such settlement to tho Court of Com
mon Hens of Columbia County, In the sumo man
tier and under tho sanio iirovislniiM nnd reuulu.
tlous (hat appeals from settlements by township
ionium me imw iniowen,
SWT nv ll . 'I'luit tin niniipv nhnll no tin Id liv llw.
treasurer except utwin orders drawn hy tlmillrec
tors and signal by at least two of tho snld Ulrcc-
St:cTtoN 17. l or thn mirnoso of nftcertn nine the
sense of tho cltlens of Columbia County, us to
tho expediency of erecting n roor House, It shall
ho tho duty of each of tho Inspectors and Judges
mi inr rti'MTiu lowiisiiioH iiiio oorniiunM. in 1111
ulnrtlmi n l.n l,.a.l ..nil,.. ll ri'....B.t ... C t
Anno lJondni ono thousand eight hundred utuf
slxty-slx, to receive tickets, elthpr written or
prim en, ironi inociuaitueu voiers mereor, lanelled
on the outside "Poor Homo." nnd In Iho Inside
" I 'or a Ii tor ! louse' or "Against a I'oor Itoime'
nnd If It shnll nppenr, upon mstlng upthootes
of the dillerent distrh ts, ut the Court House, on
the l'rldav follow bit; Iho said election, lb.it n ion.
Jorlty of tho (pialHled electors nf any township
oi iiiMuimii mi' ior ii i iMir 1 1 inii'. i nen ihh inri-rii.
lug net to take effect ns to Ihoso townships or bor-
imios; inn ii ii iiiiiioi ny in ino voies iu anv tow n
shin or lKrotiuh shall lie nimlntt a Toor House
men ine loregoing uci in no nun una vom us lo
i no townships or ihj roughs voting against such
i our nouse.
Si rrio.v IS. Thoiion-nccentlnif lownnblnRnrtinr,
oughs shall not lo entitled to vote for directors of
me sahl House or Uiiploy incut ! nor Mi id I thov Is
entitled to receive or enjoy any benefits or advan
tages hy virtue of this net; nor shall the directors
bo chosen from (ho said non-ueeoptlng townships
or uorougns; nor snau ino uuniiors meiuioned in
tho eighth section of this net bo appointed from
any suen lownsnnisor uorougns. I'rmnini, That
Iho directors of the said House of Kmnlo nient
mav receive paupers from the same lioiwtcecpt lug
iowiitnps or norougiiHiii u ruie oi compensation
per week tohongreed uistnand settled bvthosald
jnreciors nnu uvcrsccrsoi ino ronror mo lowu
shins or boroimhs so nnidvlnc.
isKCTioN i. Aiincisnmi pansoi ucis inconsiu
tent with tho provisions of this net, or supplied
nereoy, nre nercny ropeaieo.
.i.v.ui iv. m.iji.i'ji,
Sncakor of tho House of Hepresrniatlves,
Rncnkerof the Semilp.
Approved tho eleventh day of April, Anno Domi
ni ono mousunu eigui uunuroci mm sixiv-stx.
a. a. cuUriN.
Pursuant lo the nrovtslons of tho forecolnc Act
of Asscinldy, notice Is hereby given that an ehc
tloii will he held nt tho usual ptaco of holding tho
general elections of tho several townships nml
ourougu oi c oiuinoia. iouniy, io occonuuneu uy
tho lestieetlvo election olllcers of tho same, on
Tuesdav. tho "tlh of Juno. A. D. IMW. Ijetween tho
uoursoi cigmo ckk-k. . i-ii. ano seven o ciock r.M., m
ole upon the question of I-'or n I'oor House' or
".gaiusi a roor iionse,-- nnu io rnauo reiurn oi
said election at Iho Court House, on Friday, the
eigniu nay oi .juiio aioresaiu, nceoruing io law.
SAMUKL SNYDKU, Sherlir.
rnilK A5IEHICAX HAY KXIFK
X AND KoKK. We tho undersigned citizens
ot Columbia County witnessed the trial of hav
forks on tho fsrin of Mr. Pursel, In Hemlock
Township, on Monday, Mav 7, lsftf, between tho
Aineileau Hay ICnlfo and Fork manufactured ttv
SI.IFEH, WAId.S, SIHtINF.il iv Co., or l'Wis
burg, Pa., and the Uundpl'K I'alent Hay Hnctk,
Tho American Fork lifted more liny In ono
ilnuiidit than the Itiindel In threo. We nro satis
fied It will take us much hav Into the mow as two
goixl horses can draw. Wo ntso saw It cutting
Imy, and thimc it cannot no oeni ns u hyy Kinre,
nnd cheerfully recommend It ns the best nay fork
and knife we havo overseen.
C. ItmKNIIKNIlKIl, 1 tit. P. C. HAltlllSON,
Y. 11, Koons John Dovk,
John DhrrK.uicK, Dvnii:i. Novr.it,
II. Dtni.KMIM.KIt, SVt.VKSTKlt IVUMKI.,
They ulso manufacture tho celebrated Ituckeyo
itenper aiui -"now or, aim oincr agricuiiuini impie
MIXO ANT) IlOfllCSTOUn,
f-ocnml itiMir Ik-Io.i- IfnrtiiwinV. Main Ktrcot.
Just rrcpivod a new stock of
ZlUMlYltS, AVOOI.KK ANT) COTTON YAUXS,
coasKTs, i,acf, i:.Miinoii)i:uiics,
MUMf.IN KIKJINtiS, Dltr-SS TItlM.MIN'GS,
ami every variety of articles itKtmlly lccpt In h
Kcitoor. nooKs, hymn nooks, iiiiu.ix,
atul a large lot nf
ACCOl'XT ANT) .MIIMOHANTlfM HOOKS,
III.ANTC Pi:i:i)S, HONTlS ANT) JIOHTdAOl'S,
anil a general and well-selecteil assortment of
l'AI'KIl, HN'VIT.OI'IX, Ac.
A. D. wi:nn.
STOVES OF HVEItV VAItlCTY,
and all kinds nf Castings, cm hand or supplied on
tho shortest notice and nt the cheapest rates.
COAL IIUEAKEIIS ANT) COAL SCHUTICS
made lo order.
If you wish to live long nml die happy, go without
IN'St'Iti: YOtTt LIFE
In tho best Company lu the world,
Till'. MUTUAL LIFE IXNlTtANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YOItK.
ITS CASH ASSET'S AUK Sl5,nW,il1
and Its annual dividend for the llseal ear nf Hill
amounts to seventy-llvii per com. on ull pirllii
paling premiums, being Ihe largest dividend ever
declared by any enmpany for tho same length ut
time. For further Informntlon apply to
P.H. HISIIEI,, Agent,
HIiKimsburg, Columbia County, Pa,
The subscriber, proprietor of thn above-named
intensive eslabllsliment, Is nuw prejuir I tu re
ceive orders for nil kinds of
MACIIINEUY FOU COI.LIEltl!?!, 1II.AST
FUItNACES, HTATIONAItY ENGINF-S,
MILLS, THltUSHING MACHINES, Ac.
Ho Is ulsn prepared tnmake Stoves of all sl7.e
and patterns, Iiow.lums, nml evcryllilng usually
made In first-class Foundries.
Ills extensive facilities ami practical workmen
warrant hlni In receiving tho largest contracts ou
tho most reasonable terms.
Ornln of all kinds will bo Inken In oxchango for
This establishment Is located near the Lacka.
wnnnunnd llloomsburg ltuilinuil Demt.
Tho undersigned would resM'Clfully ntiuouiice In
Iho clllens of llloomsburg nnd the public gene
rally that ho Is running an
between this place and the iHUcrcnt railroad de
puts dally (Sundays excepted). In connect with the
several trains going South und West on the Ditn
wlssa und Wllllumport Hallroad, nnd with those
going North nnd South on thu Lie ka wanna and
Ills OinulliusM's nro In good condition, commo
dious nnd eoniloitable, and charges reasonable.
Persons wl.hlng to meet or see tluir ftlcmU de
pari, can bn accomodated upon reasonable chat ge
b Iiuvnig timely notl r fit any of the hokls.
JACOH L. GIUTON, I'rjrrieior.
- Gi;oimi: W. MAtlOim, Proprietor.
Tho hls)vo woll-htiown holel 1ms recenlly under-
gone radical changes In IU Internal m lanucments.
and Its proprietor utinoiiiicos In his former custom
nlul tho tiavetllng publlo that his accomodations
for the comfort nf his guests nio second to none lu
thn country. His (able will idwajs bo found sup
plied, Hot only with substniitl.il food, hut with nil
tlm ilcllcnclcsof the season. His wlms nhd 11
(plots (except that jmpular beverago known ns
M.Uefr'), pui chased direct from Iho ltnKrtlltg
houses, nre entirely pure, nnd freo from ull poi
sonous drills. Ho U thankful mrnllbcrnl patron
ago In Ihe past, nnd will coutlnuo to deserve It lu
tho future. (H-'OKGH W. MAUGKIt,
J a. l'Uiisix,
IIAHNI-MS, HADDI.i:, ANT) THU.NK
nml ilenler In
CAllfirr-IlAGS, VAt.lSKS, FIiY-XETS .Ac,
Main Htrret. Illoonnliurit, l'n.
pONVDHIl 1CIX18 AND I.UMHKK
W. .M, JltJ.MlOi; A n.,
ntut tlenlerH In nil Winds of
Klvo notice Hint lliey nre iirejmreil to accomodate
their ettitoin Willi dlsjialcli, nml on tho clieniot
jKNV .STOCK OF Cl.OTlUXO.
l'rmli arrival of
Hl'HINO AXI1 SI'MMF.U ClOODf1.
Invites nttcntlon tn lils stock of
ClUUl ANT) 1'AHHlOXAIir.K CI.OTIIINT1.
nt IiIk store on
Main Street, two door" nlmve the American limine,
ulicrc he has Just received from New York and
riilludeliililna full assortment nf
MKN AND HOYS' CLOTIIIXfl,
Including tho most fashlonahle, durable, nmt
iio., sack, Kitocir, ami, and ohclotii
COATS ANT) PAN'TS,
nf all snrts,sles, nnd colors, lie htvs tdso replen
ished his already Urge- Htock of
I'AI.I, ANT) WlXTKn SHAWLS,
stiiipki), rKitmi:i), and plain t;sts.
SIIIKTS, fit A VATS, STOCKS, COI.I.AUS,
SUSPr.NDI'.ltS, ANT) FANCY AUTICI.KS,
He has constantly on hand a iarj;e nnd well-sc-lectcd
CLOTHS ANT) VKSTINOS,
which ho Is prepared to mnko loonier Into any
kind of (.Inthiiifr, ou very short notice, and lu tho
best manner. All his clothing is mado to wear,
and most of it is nf home manufacture.
C10I.D WATCH US ANT) .IKWKI.nV,
nf every description, line nnd cheap. Ills case nf
Jewelry Is not surpassed In this place. Cull nnd
examine his general assortment of
CLOTHING, WATCHIM, JKWKt.UY, Ac.
-M. C. SLOAN .1- UltOTIIEn,
the successors of
WILLIAM SLOAN & SON,
continue the business of making
and every style of
which they have constantly on hand to suit cus.
tinners. Never using any material but the best
and employing the most experienced woikinen,
tney nope lo continue its hcretolore to give enthi
satisfaction to every customer. An inspection of
ineir woiu, and of therensonnblo price n.sked for
the same, Is sure to Insure u sale.
17UKSU AKKIVAL OF NEW
X GOODS. The undersigned has Just nrrlved
from tho City with a large nssortmcnt of Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnlslics.and Dye Stuns,
Hcady-MadoClothlng, Perfumer-, Toy and Fancy
Articles, Druggist's Glasswate, Hruvlies, Trusses
nnd Supporters, nnd a general assortment of every
thing that belongs ton well-appolntisl Drug Store.
Also Patent Medicines of all kinds, such as Jayne's,
Ayer's, Wlshart's, Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup,
llrown's TriKhcs, Swuln's Panacea, Haker's CikI
Liver Oil, Ilootland's Hitters constantly on hand.
MOItOCCO LEATHER, KID, FRENCH MOROC
CO, FRENCH CALFSKIN'S, PINK
by Ihe dozen or iiulf-do7f n. .Vlso
BH0E-1TNDINGS, FISHING-TACKLE, Ac.
Having had n largo cxpeiienco lu the drug busl-
ncss, I would respectfully Invito those wishing
anything In that lino to call nnd see my stock be
foropurehuslngelsewhere. "ir medicines niiaHty
is uf the first Importance,"
ijii. it. .Muvi;it,
.OOD NEWS FOU EVERYBODY.
Owing to tho lato fall In gold,
EPHUAIM W. ELWEI.L
hns reiluced his prices to suit nil buyers, either nt
wiioicsaic or retail. If you want
sugaum, coffi:es, teas, syult-s, spicix,
CltACKEltS, CANNED FRUIT, DRIED
FRUIT, W00DENWA1JE, FISH,
1IIUNS, CIIEIXK, 1T.OUR,
FEIOD, Ac, Ac. Ac,
Ivu ine a call. El'HIt.UM W. ELWIU.L.
t'KEIA'Y, N I'A h A CO.,
.-sorinwi si.sunerui .Main ami Market Sts,.
Our old customers nnd tho public generally can be
aceouiihlutcil Willi goisls of every sl Io nnd fjunllty
suited for the Spring trade, and at tho lowest cost
rntes. The stock, consisting of
Hats and Caps,
Hoots and Shoes,
Paint, and Oils,
Cliuln nnd Seeds,
lc., Ac, Ac,
Is replenished weekly or dally, ns necessity to-
nulios, from New Viult nnd l'hlludolphla.
IRON AND NAILS,
In lnrgofjnaniltlfs ud at rcduad r..tc, nlwnys
ou h..u 1.
IXCUAKaK lIOTEli, ,
J2j HLooMsni'no, crii.t'MiiiA county, pA.
Hio ii mlei signed hitvlnii ptirehnsed this well
known nnd ceittrnlly-loeiilril house, Ihe KxchntiRo
Hotel, sllttnlu mi M.MX Kllti:K!r, III l'lnnimlitiig,
linmedl.ilclyniiposllolhe Columhin Colthty Court
House, lesieclfiilly lnrtirlns his frlelid tilid the
puhllo In general I tint his hoiisil la llov lu order
for Iho reception and ehtcrtalnnient of tmvtllern
w ho may he tllsposed In favor It Willi their ens
turn. Ho lias spared no expense In prttmlltiU tint
r.xchaUKO lor tho euterlnlntnent nf ills psl"l
nellher shall I hern lie nnythliij; whiUIiir (on his
pnrotn minister In their iiersonnl comforti Ills
house Is siaclous, nnd enjoys nil excellent bunt'
Omnlbusses run nt nil times lietween ilio i'.x
chanun Hotel itltd tho vnrlous rnllrond depots, hy
which travellers will Ik) pleasantly conveyed tt)
nnd from thu respective stations III ilue Units Id
meet tlm cars. JOllN 1'. CAHI.0W.
Itloninsburiti Mnrch M, PW,
Q CS( UK1 1 AXXIC HOTJJL, '
YD Cntawlssa, l'n,
Tiie iiIkimi Hotel has lately tieeh purcfuvscil by
HKNTlY.t. CLAHK, and has Iwen thoroiiKhly ro
modelled, rcisitred, nnd refurnished, It will bo
found now, In ItHnrrnunclilcltl nltil niinltitttlrtitK
n HrM-class Hotel, and setsuul lo hnlio In tlld
eoutitry. Persons In cities wishing bsend tho
hot months In Ihe country, will do well to Klvo
Iho proprietor n cnll.
T)AKKK AND CONFECTlONKlt.
11. 11. CTOltNttlt
has nlwnys on hand and for said
lTtr.SH IlItKAl), CAKI5), AND rtKM,
rnr.Ncit and DoMrafid coNi'JjCTld.VH,
In every stylo and vnrlct)'i
and everythltiK nsnnlly found In n
KUlST-CI.ASS tXIXKKCTIONF.UY HTOltli,
IIiivIiir recenlly lltte.1 up a ntrtr nnd elegitut
IClCItUAM ANb EiATING HAl.00,
he Is prepared to accomodate ladles nnd genlloJ
men In the best Myle.
JJUUU AND CIIKJIlCAIi 8TOUF,
DltUO.S, CUliMlCAti', FAINTS, PEiiFUMEItV,
AND TOILCT ARTICLF-S.
KYEK A MOYF.lt
respeclfully Invite n contlnltntled Of latfor)aiiei
Their Drugs alid Metllclltwttl'dntl sclectisl with
the greatest care, nvolillUs Its niltch n posslblo
the Introduction of delirious rjostriltrts, nnd nro
purchased front (lie best importing hollies 111 tlld
of nil kinds, Including Ayer's, Jayne's, Hollo
way's, ltostetter's, WUhnrt's, Hoollnnd'H, Act
coilslalltly on halilli
COAL OIL AN!) Aixioiiof-i
HAIll, TOOtH, NAIf, AND
PA I NTH AND tlttlMICALS
of e ery variety, nnd of tho liest qunlltyi
FAXCY TOILET ARTICLES.
Tho ptttille may rely at nil times mi procuring (lid
nlxive nrtlcles, wltlt nil tho Hew useful prepara
tions kept In tho best conducted establishments.
nnd Fninlly liecelpts eompounded with tho great
est neeuraey and dlspiitchi
TOVEtf AND TINWAHli.
A. M. RUPERT
annnunccs lo his friends nnd customers Itiat hrt
cnntlnues the above business at hlsnld place on
MAIN STREET, 1II.OOMSHUUU.
Customers cnu be nccomoilatcd with
of nil kinds, Stovepipes, TlnWard, nttd Ptcry vn'
rlety uf article found In n Stovo and Tlnward iii
tubllshtneut in thu titles, and on the most reason
able terms, Hcpulringdonunttlmshortchtnotlco
SI DOZEN MILK-PANS
on hand for sale.
f I AT A AVI SHA UAILUOAD. '
From and niter October 2, ls, tho trains will
pass Rupert as follows:
Goi.Nii Notmi. Eluiirn Mail at i P.M.; Erlo
Extiress at a is a.m.
ioinii South. Philadelphia Mall nt II A.M.;
New Yolk Express nt i lv.
GEORGE WraiH. Mipt.
LACKAWANNA AND BI.OOMS
on and after .March II, 1600, Passenger Trains wilt
i un as lollow-s;
houTiiW'Aiti). Leavo Koran ton nt MO I'.M. nnd
",:.V1 a.m. ; Kingston nt (I p.m. nml (:aii A.M. : HIihuus
liurg nt 8:3) I'.m. and PrJi.i.-n. Arrive ut Northum
beiland nt IfiO l'.M. and likM a.m.
Nnuriiw'Aiiu. Usivo Northutnberlnnd nt 7 A.M.
nnd .") l'.M,; Hlnnmshurg nt S:yi a.m. and li:2"i r.M.;
Sctuntonat 11:03 a.m. and U t'.Mi Arrive nt Scran
ton at liio A.M. and 10:13 l'.M,
II. Ai FONDA, Pupt.
Kingston, March 13. Isfti.
in i no
NOUTH ANT! WEST
FOUR DAILY TRAnTNH'.
ON AND AFTER MARCH 12, 1SC0, trains will
I.oavn Wash'n. I,eavo Halto.
Express Mall (.:'.D A.M. !):) a.m.
Fast Line -l.TUA.M. liftlO I'.M.
Plltsburgiiiid I'.rleKx I:.T0 I'.st. 7:3) im.
littsbuiguml Elmlra Ex....": 10 p.m. ftl) p.m.
TWO TRAINS ON miNDAY,
(I'nuneetlug nt Haltlmore,)
Ixnvo Wnshliigton" nt 2:1) and 7:10 p.m.
SLEEPING CARS ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS.
LOW FARE AND QUICK TIME.
Cars run through from Haltlmore to Pittsburg,
Erie, or Elmlra without chimge.
.1. N. DUHARRY.
PHILADELPHIA AND EUIE
HAII.ItOAD. This great lino traverses th
northern and northwest counties ol Pennsylvania
to the city of Erie, of I.iku Erie. It has been
leasisl ami Is operated hv the
PENNSYLVANIA HAII.ItOAD COMPANY,
Time of Passenger Trains at Northumbcilaud:
I.kavk EAsrwAitn. Erlo Mali Train, ll.Slp.M.;'
Erie Express Train, '1:23 A.M.; Elmlra Mall Train,
Lkave Wr.sTWAni). Erie Mall Train, r, A.M.;.
Erie Express Traill, 7;llr..; Elmlra Mull Trnlnj,
Pasi engerearsrunthroughon the Erlo Mall nnd'
Exptess Tiains without chnngu both ways lx'-
tween Philadelphia and Erie.
iir.n iinis n bui nwiui'ii. u ..rw iiiinian
A.st., nnive ut Erie at l:13 a.m.: L-nvoErlunt 1:33'
r.M.,nrrlve ut New Yorl; nt :i:W l'.M.
l-Uegant sleeping (sirs ou nil night trains.
For Information r.-siH'Ctlng passenger business1
apply at the corner nf Thirtieth and Market
streets, Philadelphia; und for fielghl business of
tho Company's agents.
S. 11. Kingston, Jr., corner of Twelfthnnil .Market
Streets, Philadelphia: J. W. Reynolds, Erie; Wil
liam Hrown, Agent N.C.R.R., Haltlmore.
11. H. HOUSTON,
General Freight Aeciit. Philadelphia.
11. W. (IW I XX Ell,
General Ticket Agent. Philadelphia.
A. I.. TYLER,
General Superintendent, Wllllamsport.
March 22, Ised.
JLV HL'.MMF.R ARRANGEMENT.
Great Trunk Line from tho Ninth and Norlhwest
lor liiliadelphla, New YortOleadlng, Pottsville,
Tamaqua, Ashland, 1 jiwinon, Alleulowu, lesion,
'1 rains leaxe llarrlsburg for New York as fol--lows:
At :i. 7:10. iiiid'hn..M.. and 2 and V:M i-.m..
eonnectlug with slmlliir trains nit tho Pennfi.
. -.1111. I, IIIIIISKI, l.llll II, , ... ... .. I Ul 1. Ui IU
und HI a.m., and ;tinand HVi p.m. Sleeping Cars
accompany tlie.l a.m. and U:2U CM, trains, wllliuui
L-avo llarrlsburg for Rending, Pottsville, Tnma
ilia, Mlllersvllle, Ashland, line GroM'.AIIelltoW'lt,
nml Phlladelphtn nt 7:10 am., nml 2 and ir.n,,
stopiilugat lA.iianon mid principal Way Stations,
the i'.i' r.M. train making no close connections for
1'ollsvHloor Phlladclnlila. For Potts. Ille. Schlivl.
kill Haven, nml Aubtiin. via Si-hii.iklll und Sus-
luehanua Rallrisul, leave llairlsburg at I IS I'.M.
Reluming, lenu New Ynikat n am., 12m., and
Ki ln I'.M. : Philadelphia al s a.m. and p.m.; Potts-
iiie at s:.iii a.m ami lia r.M.; wasuuuui at u anil
1 1 : 1 am., ami ha'ir.M.; Tmiiaiiuik ut Kli a.m. and
1 and (:.'" p.m.
Leave l'nlislllo for Harris, un- In Schuvlklll
and Husfuebnnua Jtullmad, nt 7 a.m.
Reading Aeeonuslalloii i'Kdn lenos Rending nt
I) A.M., iiiuinlug fiiim PliUadelilila ut 3 p.m.
i--oiuuii'ia luiuioaii irams leave iicamngai s:.u
and I'M p.m. lor Ephrala, 1 .1 1 1 Columbia, Ac, Ac
On Suml ivs leave New York nt S:;50 1' si.: Iillla-
dtlphla at s a.m. and ::1S p.m., the s a.m. uuiu tun
nlng only in Itiiullngi Pollsvllleat sa.m.s 'inma
il'iaut 7:!V) A.M. ; I Inrrlsbui-g nl A.M.; nnd Rend
ing ui i:.i a.i. ior iiariisnnrg. un i uiw a.. ioi
New York, and t:23 p.m. lor PhllaiMphla,
(imniutatlon. MlleiiL'e. Season. Exeuiblon. nnd
KeliiHil lickets nt rislucisi rates tu and from all
Hangao checked Ihrrnurb. F.lghty jioiiiid. ot
bapiaijc allowed null i.isssiiycr.
fl A NICOLLS, Olll.Supt.
Ucatllce, Pa., April is, I'M.