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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBU11G, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, I860.
William L, MAunoctt it Co., deal
ers in ilno Ki'oceriiM, No. llGSoutli 'l'lilul
Shout (optiosllo llio Girurtl Hank),
i' ON Inst Tuesitrty llio wentlicr wna so
told Unit lno-l of our people wen? eon
5 fltrnlncil (o build fires lit their fitting
rooms tuid places of business.
Otllt fcllow-i'tlzcn, J. A. Erasmus,
1 J.I IIUIKIIILT HI MM UV I'llll'llll 111 II1U IMIIIUHIU
formerly occupied by Jnrnb Jlctr. as n
' tinsliop, preparatory lo opening it iw a
grocery and general variety store.
Tun Town Hull U fast approaching
' coinpletion. It In n necesMiry addition
' to tlio public urcoiiiiuotliitioiiH of the
town, and will no doubt bo tin; nicanx
tif bringing to its projector ample re
Vard. Tun Itev. M. Miotics, of Siiiilmry, will
t-S-l! .... il 1. !....! ..I- ,H.....
uuuvur u lucium tin mu nun uci n i i'iii-
perance, at the Methodist Church, in
'tlilo place, on Thursday evening next,
Julio twenty-eighth. A general iiivlta--tton
Is extended lo all.
, Our exchanges come to us witii lau
""Vlntory notices of Howes' Clrciix, which
'tiierforms hero lids afternoon ind even
ing. Tho street procession is said to
bo unusunliy attractive, wlillu tho per
formances are of a high order.
A suicide of an unusual character
occurred last Monday, near Light Street.
Our readers may remember that some
months ago, on his way to lilooinsburg,
Oeorgo L. Johnson lost si considerable
Hum of money. .Soon after some bur
glars entered the hou'-o and stolo anoth
er sum. Ills mind, never very fetrong,
bus been unsettled over since. On hint
Monday, as wo are informed, bo told
Jds wlfo to como uj) stairs and" sou what
n pretty revolver he had found." Who
went up, and ho searched about tho bed,
but apparently was unable to ilnd it
Hhortly after he went up again, and his
wifo followed, when lie produced si re
volver. Sho endeavored to persuade
him to lire it out of the window, but he
refused, and fired down tho steps. Ifo
then started down, she followintr. and
after cocking the pistol, ho turned it
toward his breast, and before his wife
could prevent, llred, the bullet lodging
In his breast, find causing deatli soon af
ter. Wo understand u brother of his is
wandering through tho county In tiio
funic mental condition.
Ham: Halt.. Very few towns of im
portanco nro without their ba-o ball
' clubs. o have two here, tho Conlinen
tal and Enterprise the latter including
tho younger portion of our people. Doth
uso tho Fair Grounds for their exercle,
2n tho former there is magnificent ma
terial, and webelievethat witii patience
nnd practice they will admire it good
reputation in the State. Wo would sug
gest, however, the adoption of a le.-s
pretentious name. Last wool: the Alerts,
of Danville, played u few innings with
tho Scriititoii Club, on tho latter
grounds, but did not conclude on account
of tho rain. The Alerts undoubtedly met
thoirmatch. Tho succeeding day, ThurS'
day, tho clubs from Hcranton, l'ly-
mouth, Kingston, Danville, and this
place met at Wilkesbarre. The Athlet
ics of Philadelphia were there, on invi
tittion from tho Wilke.-barrc club. Of
courso tho l'liiladelphiaiifihad it all their
own way, but much instruction was
gained, and tho various club-; will renew
Wfl'll lllWWllli: Willi JICSII JIlUHv-'.sl, J I1U
ftxerclse is vigorous, healthy, and pleas-
.11... til. r 1. J..4 .1 M1.
Tin: Prussian troops entered IIol
fitein on tho seventh.
Mazzixi has Issued a manifesto cnti
tied "The War."
Colonel O'Neill, tho Fenian, is
only twenty-five years of age.
During the last llvo weeks our ex
jports of gold have been forty million
Tm: Austrians were concentrating at
Altona. This is regarded as tho virtual
commencement of the war.
A tehriiile tornado has passed over
Jown, doing great damage to person and
Tin; Austrian ofllcer in command at
Holsteln I ia.t received orders to act on
Italy will commence hostilities as
.soon as 'they nro commenced in Gcr
Tm: bonded warehouse of JerseyCity
3ia.i boon robbed often thousand dollar
worth of velvet.
Tun Fenians nro outwardly quiet, but
they nro still holding secret meetings in
Tin: veteran Lewis Cass died nt hi
residenco In Detroit, Michigan, at four
o'clock on Sunday morning, aged eighty'
Late ndvlces from San Francisco
Btnto that tho indications in Call Torn!
,nro excellent for a heavy crop of grain
.tho late rains having done no damage.
Silver lias been discovered on a farm
near Greenville, Augusta County, Vir
ginla, anil old miners pronounco tho
.developments very rich.
OvERono hundred and twelve miles
of tho Union Paeitle Railroad have been
completed from Omaha. Two hundred
miles of it, reaching to Fort Kearney
"will bo finished by October.
.surgeons in tho Austrian navy that tho
Government offers to engogo young mi
who have not yet completed their Died
Tun President and Secretary Seward
will attend tho laying of tho Douglas
monument corner-stouo, nt Chicago, on
July fourth. If not on that day able to
attend, tho ceremony will bo postponed
till Congress adjourns.
A Jnwisu house, entire, has been
. "excavated in Syria, dating two centuries
before Christ. It Is furnWied after tho
Egyptian fashion, nnd parts of tho Old
Testament weio found in tome of lis
Tin: strlko of tho shipwrights In New
York is ended.
Hon. M.vutin- F. Conway, of Kan
sas, has been nominated United States
Conul at Marseilles.
Tut: Indicted Assemblymen In Tren
ton, New .tersey, have been held to ap
pear at the October term.
General Grant and family are ex
pected to return from their visit to St.
Louis tho latter pari of this week.
Tin: Germans of C'lncluiinttl have
died a meeting to express regret at
Mind's failure to assassinate Hlsnmrk.
North Carolina papers notice the
prevalence among cattle of n malignant
dNease much sjjnllar to the rinderpest.
.H'dgk Lawrence, of the Supremo
Court of Illinois, lias decided that tho
gift enterprise, of Chicago are lotteries.
Dan It in:, of circus 'notoriety, ap
pears In the ring as Congressional candi
date from tho Nineteenth Pennsylvania
E:-1'eesidext Fillmoui: will stay
In Parts until after tho World's Exhi
bition. He has promised to make an
address on behalf of America on that oc-
It Is a fact that tho interest on the
McKinney farm, near Pltholo City, was
sold last week for the consideration of a
bull-pup" and ouriiundred dollars in
Oil City money.
Ai.rr.r.n KitosN-r.i: appeared before a
New York' magistrate after two days of
wedded life, and demanded a divorce
on the ground that tho times luul be
come so hard since his marriage that he
was unable to support a wife.
A not'si: In (treat Falls, New llainp-
hire, where tenements are extremely
scarce, is being suffered to go to decay
iy the owner, because he has been told
y " the spirits" that if lie puts it in
habitable condition he will surely die
Tin: cholera in tills country appears
to have had no ellect upon emigration
The number of emigrants for the month
of May is reported at seventeen thous
and six hundred and forty against eigh
teen thousand seven hundred and thirty-
six same month last year.
The court-martial which has been try
Ing Major (foe, tho keeper of the Sails
bury prison, for ill-treatment of Union
otdlors, has decided to submit their
report of tho trial for tho approval of
the superior authorities. Humor has it
that tho court favors an acquittal.
A si:itn:s of experiments with nitro
glycerine were made in Washington, on
Saturday afternoon, by Colonel Shaffner,
to show the great explosive power of tho
material. Colonel Shall'ner proved con
clusively that the substance was more
powerful by far than gunpowder, and
much safer to carry or handle.
Tin: mausoleum in Hyde Park, Lou
don, erected in memory of Prince Al
bert, is partly finished. It is one hun
dred and sixty feet in height, and is to
be surmounted by si statue of the Prince,
upon which Marochetti is now engaged.
The work lias been going on for two
years, and will occupy two more.
A conductor has been fined live bun
tired dollars in Huiliilo, New York, for
'jectinga man from near because lie re
fu-ed to give his seat to a woman. The
Court heltl that ladies, or tlio-o who
wish to be eon-idered such, aie legally
entitled to no more privileges in public
eonveaiiees than men, and that when
the latter pay for seats they have a per
fect right to occupy them so long as they
conduct thc'iiisolvos in a proper manner
IlKXitv Clay Posr.n. When Henry
Clay was a young and brilliant member
of the Legislature of Kentucky, one of
the oldest Miickskius heard him quote
the common law of England as decisive
in the cu o then under tllscus-ion. The
oltl fellow was astonished, and Jumping
up began: " Mr." Speaker, 1 want to
know, sir, if what that gentleman said
is true'.' Aro we all living under the
old English law'.'" Tho .Speaker in
formed tho anxious inquirer that tho
common law was recognized as a part
of the law of the land. "Well, sir,"
resumed the liuckskin, " when I re
member that our fathers, ami some of
fit, bled, and died to bo free from
English law, 1 don't want to be until1
any on it any longer. And I make
motion that it bo repealed right away.
The motion was seconded. The Ken
tucky blood was up. Tho liuckskin
llred oil' speech after speech, and Mr,
Clay had as much as he could do to ex
plain the matter, and save the Legisla
tare of Kentucky from repealing the
common law of England.
In Wonim-bur;!, on Ihe twelfth ultimo, by I!ev.
J, II. lUmin, John I'i'iiii to Dana Scott, both of
Light riticet, Columbia County,
In Iltooinsburs, on 1'rlday iuornhi, tho
llflccnih insiaut, IIkixn, )oitnost child ol John
(1. and Maswlo W, rrceze, aseil llirco years ami
fourteen la s.
l'l, II. l.llllc,
Olllro on Main Street, In white fr.nno house,
low the llM'hano Hotel.
Itobi l t F, C'litl k,
A'm UiXUYiAT-I.A W',
Olllco coiner of Main and M.ilket tttrcetx, oyer
I'lrst .National Hank.
Olllcu In lteglstrr and Hoeorder'ii olllce, In tho
hasi'iiieut of the Court Hou-e.
Office on Main fctroet,n erS, 11, Miller's Wore,
C, II. HrocKit ny,
O.'llco on Main htnet, llrst door west nf (he Court
( hai li s (,'. Uaihli y,
AT 10 1 1 X 1 ; Y-AT-1. A W,
OIHi'oou Main Street, o or K. II, Miller's Sloie,
AVIIIIuin II. Abbott,
Cuuiu I'm, r.i,
M, M, tTnclttoil,
ATrO It X 1 1 Y-AT-LA W,
Ilcrwlck, Columbia County, In.
M Hi Traiif;),,
llorwlek, Columbia County, I'a
31. Jl. 1,'Vlllc,
ATTt) 1 IX 1 : Y-AT- LA W,
Centralia, Columhli County, IM.
Att in lit lit i iilor's .Notice llstuic of licit-
lii'H Hess, deceased, Letters of Admlnlstruttnu
having been grnhtod to llio subscriber upon tho
stale of Reuben Hess, l.itn of I lilitiiu Ciei'k
twinlilp, hi tho County of I'olumliln, ilcccncit,
all enumt Itnlelitol to t lie xamu will iiinlso pay
ment, anil tIioo havhiit claims present them.
Al.ritUI) T. CltUVULIXQ, Ailtu'r.
rtstiiMi t'r.i:m: Township, i
Van i'amp r. o Juno 11, wai.f
N THE ESTATE OF SAMUEL
HIH'LTZ, IlX'i:AMi:i." Tho (.ommonwcalth
of lViinylnnla to .lovph II. Shall: Andrew
SlmlU; Siiliutfl lLSIinll.i i:ilha.Hhiilt; Nancy,
Inlermarrleil with (learhart Kilt; Sarah, lnter
mnrrlo'l wit li Joseph llrltaln; Xaainah.liilerniar
Icil wllhSainiicl W'hlto; Mury Anii.liileiinarileil
with Samuel II. York! I.urlmhi Hhillt.j Joseph
Oscar Sliultit; Mary I'.lleii Shult.s Ilanlet
Khtllli ThiiniTi Slmltz: Zephanlah Shultzj anil
Mhert A.Hniltli. You anil each of yon am hi'ieliy
Iteil anil commamleil to lionml appear, In your
proper person, at an Orphan's t'ourt, to he holilen
at lllooiiishuri:, In ami fur tho sakl county, the
llrst Monilav of Heplcmliur iioxt, then ami thorn
to answer the hill or petition of Samuel II. Shall,
nilm'lnl'tratur of Hamuel Sliult, lata of llentnu
Township, In tho County of C'olumhla, ilecease'il,
prnyln tho Court lo ilecrco tho Hpccltto purform
unco of contract between Midi Samuel Shullz, ile-
ceasisl, anil llllsh i Shult!! ami Joseph II, Sliultit,
accoi'illua to the true Intent anil moaulm; thereof.
or show cause why the spuelllo performance of
ill contract shoul'l not be deereeil.
Witness the Honorable William Lhrell, rroshlent
of cair Kalil t'ourt, at lllooiusburi;, tho eluvclith
il.iy of May, A.n. m.
jr.SI-! COI.KMAX. Clerk O. C.
lli.ooMsufitn, June", ll.
flEUIFF'S HALE. 15 Y VJUTUU
ofsutnlrv M-rltK of Vcntlttiont Knuttuts ninl
'lrrjir!t i toiueillrei'tcil.lssuiilout oi the t'ourt
of Common Picas of Columbia County, will bu
exposed to publlo sale, at the I'oitit House, In
llloomshur, on Tuesday, the ilth ilay of June,
WVI. at one o'clock In the afternoon, tho fiithm lnr
(Icsi-rlbeil real estate, to wit
A ceitahi tiact or laml, situate In sminrloaf
oivosinii, onimoni l ouuiy, coin ainin ssi'ivi'i.N-'Y-SIX
At'lll-'-S. inore or less, honu.leil on ltn.
onlh bv lamls of Joshua Hess; on the west bv
ltli'ls of l.iltl Kochuer: tm the north be hnuf
of Jetemlah Hess; ami on the east by liinils of
James uooerts.w Hereon iserecteilanoUl loi: barn
ith the annurienances.
Scteil. talren lu execution. anil tube solil ns the
propeiiy 01 .lames sai'Kie, uoce.iscii, lu the hands
n lilt ikiiiii null, mi: , noil' nit'ivie.
A certain farm ami tract of l.intl, situate hi f'ata
lsa 'rinvnshlo. Coluinhl'i Countv. Iioumleil on
the south he lands ot saintiel Millard. ami other
lands of .1. 1". rinthi'r; on the west by land of Sol-
mon llelwliz; on the uorlh by latnl ol Itontamlu
ii'i-i lion iuiii'ih; anil on lot I'in-i oy lauo OI
i i-i roves neirs. ftititn initii- i: imrv.xixi
Allti:s and one huiulreil ami twentv-nlne nereh
es, whereon Is eieclcil a lo ham; about sixty
. .! ...I.I..I. I.. I II I '
liiiinui i III Vll li lllliliil I'll II 1 1 ll l,
One other farm ninl trm t of Innil. situate onrllv
111 fillllll Uvil nllil n.ll'tlf In l.'t.t,lrflti 'C.ii.miiI.I.Iu
Columbia Countv. biiilinled oo the sonlh lie liimf
of John Seotl: on the east by laml of John .seott
iiimi aui'l oi .n'iry ueacocu; on inewist ov land
of Marv lleacock and laud of lllraio .1. Itcaiter
and on the north bv a nubile road and liitidnf In.
ram J. Ite.ider.mntalnhi'.'SllVl lX'rv-SIX ACIIIX
and one huiulreil and live perches, whereon Is
ei'ted a two-story brick uwe!llm:-hoUM n loy
li li. li I inline linn iii'iicn 01 colli n. lino nil nnii 'iiv
I hie other lot of land, situate nartlv In CatawNsa
and imtlly In I'lankllu Townships, Columhla
1 utility, bounded on the south by land of John
iiieiiarus; 011 uiewesi ami norm ny mnii oi .Marv
iicacot'ic; and on me east ov laml 01 .101111 Sicott
eiillt.iinlliL' I'lI'TKCN Al'Itl'.s.nll liuoriived tnod
but vlthout build inrs. with the annurtenaiu'cs.
Seletl, taken In execution, and to be sold as the
properly of Jeremiah 1'. I liichcraml Abel Thorn
MA.Ml lili Si.N lllili, Miel'lll.
Nnllci U lionOty clvon tluit prnpn'fairt hi wvllltifj
will lie ivct-he'l by tlu1 1'iKtr IIimsfM'tHniiil'-sioiu'is
from tliln ilnte until tounVlm-k .Mnn llio twrn
ty-tliinl day of ,Itm', ImhI, for the salo nnd pur
IiuM' of n mi it nolo farm, for thf I'liv-tlon ff hullil
inij, iimlor tlm prnvNiom of the bill tor tlH'Mip
port ami employment of t lie poor of Cnliimbi;
Countv, Tin1 propolis must bo In wrltln-r, nmt
liui-l state frpt cnieiilly
1st, Tin number of imtch In the farm,
-t. 'I be klml of bulbllim nnl Improvements,
t'iil. The township and adjolners.
Ill), 'Mm price.
I'mposiiN may In srnt to any ono nf tho Coin
mhsoner( and tlio parties an- request -d o at
tend at tlm Coutt Ilouc, lu lllonmbur, June
tu'enty-third. lNi-J, when tlio proposals 111 be
JOHN K. fillOT, lnoomsburir,
J1IN A. rUNSTO.V,.IerMiytovn,
I.r.WIS VKTn:it, CalawNsn,
.TAi'OIt HAItltW, llurliborn,
S M tTKIj 1U Kl Al IT, 1 1. I i rsbu ru
JINSK llon-'MAN, Willow prlniss,
WILLIAM J. IKIxnt, .MouIaullh.
rl!r.II AltltlVAL 01'
si'itixo and 8rjiMi:it ioon.
Tlie suhscilber has Just returned from the cities
with another lai'Koand .select assoitment ol
HI'IIIXO AX1) SL'JIJIKR fiOOliS,
purchased lu Xew Yoilcand rhiladelihl.-i al the
lowest figure, and which he Is determined to sell
on as moderate terms as can be procured U
where hi I'.Uioinsbuii;, Ills stock comprises
LAl)li:s' DUCSH GOODS
of the choicest styles and latest fashions, together
with a larp' iioituu nt of Dry floods and fli
eerics, conisllu of tho lullou'lng articles:
I loop rklrt,
Ilools and Shees,
Hats and dps,
AXD XOTIOXS CIIXintALLY.
In short, evcrythlns usuilly kept In country
ktore, to which he Invites the attention of the
pulille generally. The hluhest price w ill ho paid
forcounlry producoju e.eliani.'e lov woods,
S. It. JIlLLIIIl,
Aicade IlulldlnuK, lllooiusburtt, I'.i,
HUD HEAD it KAUI1,
JIaniifactuieis and W'holesalo Dealcn) lu
I10OIH AXD H1I0IX,
Xo, 'Jll Xorth Third htrcet,
" Wliolekalo ami ltclall Dealer In
roitniox axd nojir-vno raiu'lth,
OIL CI.0T1IH, WINDOW MIA1UX, Ac,
No. ;5 Xonh (jccotnl titrtf t, opr. Oirht Church,
( li IDS,
conlst Ins? of
consist InK ,"f
(101 II w,
1 1 ATS
1100TH AXD RIIORi,
UO'lTS AXD HHORS,
itoors axd siior.s,
hoots axd sitoiss,
HOOTS AXD H110US,
LOO i; I X-CS LASS 1 ,
HA I i I',
Northwest corner of Jlaln and .Market Streets,
Northwest turner in" Jfaln and Jlarket Sheets,
Nmthwest corner nf Jlaln and .Market Streets,
Northwest coiner of Jlaln nnd .Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Jlaln and Jlarket Streets,
I I ION
In larjs o quantities and nt rcilucctl rntcs, alway
pUHLlC HALE OV
VALt'AIlLM UIIAL liSTATIl.
In purmimceof unorder nf Mm Orphans,' Court of
Columbia fjoiiidy, I'a.,on Halurdav, the Ktil day of
.luiiuiicxLnt ten oclod: lu thu foreiitsm, l'hllln
I'oust, to I in 1 1 ilt ni lor of Daniel Kiuin, In It, of
Cooper Township, Jlonlour Cintnly, di cciied, will
upoe lo Hale, by publle vcllilui, at (he hollni of
Lmaiiliel Uianu, III .Montour Township, n cer
tain tracl of t.unl, f-ltiuilc hi Montour Township,
'oluiiiblt'oiiniy, nilJolnltitlandsori:manutl La-
rutin on the tnt, the Diver Hun.ttchnnna on llio
foui,ninl the line illtldlnu 1 1 in Counties nr Co
lumbia and Jtontour on the liorth, contaluhi!;
iKhly-tHoai lis and M.xty-Mx perches neat mens.
ure,iibout twenty acres of which Is Improwil or
clcansl land. Uitii tho Mtale of mild deceased,
situate In tho Township of Montour and county
aforesaid. .Il'-SSi: COLLJIAX, Civile.
UUjosisiiuitu, Jlay i lsiVI.
CONDITIONS 0I-' HALi:.
Twenty-live per cent, of Ihe puichaso money to
be paid by thopuichascr lo Ihniidmlnlstratnrou
thoday of ale; the residua of the jairchasu mo.
ley to be paid lu one yiar hum the coulliliialloii
uli with Interest from thecotitlimatlou. The
purchaser to pay for deed and slumps.
PHILIP roUST, Administrator.
Jlay Si, lul.
If you wish to live loiiRnmldlo happy, bo without
ixsimt: Yotm Lin:
111 thehesl Company lu tho world,
thi: .mutual Lin: ixsntAXci: company
its cash Assirrs ahi: si-"i,ooo,ooo.
and Its annual dividend for tho fiscal year of 1M
amouiils loKient.-tlo per teiiLon all partlci-
pallns! premiums, lieltu Ihe larucst dlUilcml vr
ileelared by any company for llio same Iciurlh of
time. 1 or Anther Information apply to
) P. S. ltlSIIi:L,Astent,
TfllFV U.tVI.l.'V Ull
Xu di:i'i:asi:d. To
ui'iie noil oi.i ,
,iaeoii tMiiKcy: Munuei
Sankeyj JohnSankey; Cyrus Sankey; James W,
Sankey; Mary Ann Sankey, Intermarried with
Aaron Wolfj Lydla Sankey, Interiuarrled with
James ("1, l'rlt.; Susan llelidianu and JlaryCath
oi hie llelsihard; the last two natned are minors of
Polly Sanliey.hite Polly ItetKhanl, deceased, heirs
and lcK-il representatives of John Sankey, Sr.,d'
ceased. You ale lieicby cited lo be and appear
before the Judges of our Orphans' Court, at an Or-
phans' Court lo he held at lllooiusburi, In f,aid
county, Hie first Monday of September next,
then and there to accept or refuse lo take the
real estate of tlio said John Sankey, Sr., lie.
ceased, at the appraised valuation put upon It by
an hupiest duly awarded by said tho Couit,aud
returned by the Sherlll",or show cause why the
same should not be Fold.
Witness the Honorable William Klwell, President
of our said Court, at lllooiusburir, the tenth day
or Jlay, A.D. ism,
Ji:SF. COLKJIAN, Clerk O. C,
Hl.ooMsm'iso, June 7, PIM.
17ST ATE O V JOSE I'll 11 AY 1 1 1 TKST,
.VJ DWIIA'iKD.-Tn JIary, tntermarried Willi
David llrobst; susm, lnteriiiarileil with (leorue
Strieker; Kllen, lulermarrled with Cyrus It. Ap
pieman; Hazaleel, Kll7abi'th, and Deiiafah, lineal
deseendents of Joseph llayhnrst, late of tVanse
Township, In said County of Columbia, deceased,
and all other peisons Interested. You are hereby
cited to be and appear before the .Indues of our
Orphans' Court, to be held at Hloomsburtr, lu said
county, on the first Jlonday of September next
then and there to accept or refuse to take tin; leal
estate of Hie said Joseph Hayhurst, deceased, sit
unto In Oranse Township, Columbia County, nt
the appraised value put upon it by an lmiuesl
duly awarded by the Coint and returned by tho
Sherllf, or show cause why the sumo should not
Witness the Honorable William Klwell, President
of our said Court, at ltloi-imshun:, Jlay lenth
A.D. Wl. JlsK COLKJIAN, Clerk O. C,
llLooMMUMiri, Juno", Pil.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COX
JL CDH.V. l'lense lake notice that I, Ira lioail
aimel, of t'enti'evtlle, Columbia Counly, having
linuglit the following list of property from Peter
Ilower, do ilei'l.ue that It Is my intention to lend
lite same to the said Ilower, to wit: lour beds;
one doeu chillis; olio lot of llbhes; olio cup
board; one buieau; twenty yards of carpet; one
cooking stove; one parlor stove; one two-hor-so
wagon; one two-horse carriage; otiedouble set of
harness; ouo single set of harness; two tables;
two pigs. IDA liOADAIt.MIIL.
Till-: OALAXY Is ptibilshed foittilghlly, on the
first nud lltteetilli ol each month, and has tii
Mintage ol coming to tiiu leader Inleruiedlately
between the liliilitlllies and Ihe weeklies.
Willi the second number the Maga.iue was eu
laiged by sixteen pages, making It to contain
nlliely-s pages of limtler.
I I'm COXTltllllTOIts,
TDK CIALAX.V will bo an original American
Jlagnine of the hlgllest class. Arrallgemellts
base accordingly been made for regularcoiitilbu
tiuusfiom the best known and most merltoiious
wrilets in the eouuiry; and moi cover, the Ki liter
will nlwassi'ek to elicit and encourage contribu
tions from new authors ol leal ability or decided
genius. '1110 11111110.1111 '1 Hi: tiAI.AiCY will be
signed Willi the names of tin Ir authois, who will
be allowed a wide freedom in the expression of
ilie tlrst and second numlieisof Till! flALAXY,
for Jlay liiM and filleentli, I'slii, eonlaiu contiibu
tlons innil Jolin i:.sten Cooke, Trances Power
Colibe, Hose Terry, (iLorgo Alfred 'founsetid, l-M-miiiid
i . sieiluiau, Ihe Author of " Kiully ctas
tcr, ' Pinli ssor Pieiie Hint, Dr. W. II. Draper,
si 111 man s. Coiiant, lieni-ral cluseiet, and others.
"riie Cla cringi." by Anthony Tiollope, and
"Aichle Lovell," liy Jlrs. Kdwanls weio is.iu
meined In the llrst number of TIIK (lAI.AXY,
ami will eoiiihiue lo be publlslied serially stuiiil.
tuueoiislv w-lthllicii-aiiicaraHcc in l':ugland, 1 be
bai k iiurubei's of the Jlaga.lue containing tlicse
slot les may always lie obtained fiom a ucw.silculcr
or liom Ilie propi ii-toi's.
PUlll'IS-Milt IIUIT ON COOKKIIY.
In Ihe seeoinl uuiiilu r of Till: GALAXY was
coiiiiiieiiccd u series of articles on Cookery, by
I'lolessor I'iene Hint, the well-known teacher or
the ml. Theseiirlleleswill boniadeoi grealprae
Ileal value lo every finilly. Ileslde inany g.islrn
liomlcal directions of essclillal llilpin tillici', they
will contain receipts and practical suggestions
which mustsecuie lor lln'in ihousaiulsol readeis.
The prion nf TIIK GALAXY is Si cents n num
her; -'i lor the jearoi twenlv-lour nunibeis; M
for sis months twelve numbers. The volumes
fiirlln v ear will hu hide SHni istavo pages, nius
trateil bv twenty-live or more lull-page enginv
lugs, printed on tinted paper; beside limunicn
l,l,i Mii.iller Illustrations, ni'iitteied through the
test. Till: GALAXY may be ordeteil nt the rale
of twi nly. live cents u number lor my length of
Specimen collies will be sent on receipt of ii
cents. Ad Iress
W. C. &, V. P. CIIHltCH, Proprietors,
SI Patk Itow, Xew Yolk,
rnilK NEW GKOCEHY STOKE,
.1. ou Jlaln street,
A LARGE ASSOUTJIENT OF NEW GOODS
just received at
HENRY GIGER'S NEW STORE.
Hals nnd Caps,
Hoots mid Shoes,
FLOUR, FEED, AND PROVISIONS,
together with a great vmlety of notion cciicr
ally kept In stores,
RUTTED, EGGS JIEAT, AXD PRODUCE
taken III eilmiige lor goods, tor which tho high-
i st market print villi bepuld,
HEXRY GIGEIl n
JOHN STKOUP & CO.,
' Successors to Stroup A llrother,
WIIOLESALK DEALERS IX FISH,
No. II North Wharv ct., and ;'i North WatK r bt.,
Ihonn leislxiieil would respectfully announce to
thecltliens of ItlrntiisbttrK nud thu public nene
rally that ho Is rnniilnn im
hetween this place and the dltrerent railroad de
pots dally (Sundays excepted), to connect Willi tho
neveral trains K"hiK South iiml Weston IhoCata
wlssannd Wllllamsport Itallroad.atal w ith those
KoIiik Km Hi and South on thu Uickiiwnuuaauil
1 Hi ol 1 1 1 Hi 1H llallload,
HlsOiiinlbussesnio III tm ronilltlon, eonuiio.
dloiiM nnd contlortahle, and charges reasotiahte,
Persons wishing lo tiicetorhco Ihelr friends de
li art, run lsi aecoinoilateil Upon reasonablo charo
by lcnvltiR timely notice at any of the hotels.
.IAC011 L. C1IHT0X, Proprlelnr.
MIE AMEHICAN II AY KXIKE
AXD l-'01tl.Vi, tbn tindelslirneil elllKens
ot Columbia Omuly witnessed thu tll.il of luiv
(orks on Ihe farm or Jtr. Pursel, lu Hemlock
Township, on Jlonday, .May 7, 1N( between the
Amerle.ui Hay Knife ami lrk manufactured by
HI.lFint, WALL'S, SIIHIXr.U Oi.. ut JwIh.
hurt!, Pa., and tlm Itundcrs Patent liny Hook.
The American I'ork lifted more hay lu onn
drauuhl tli.iu Hie llundel lu lim e. We are sal Is-
iksi u win lauo nn mueii nay into me mow ns two
flood horses can draw. Wo also saw It. riittlmz
my, nnd think It cannot be beat as n linv Unlie,
and cheerrullv tecomincnd It ns the hist hay fork
and knife we have ever seen.
c. Iiirri:stiiKNiii:ii, int. F. c. HAitmsox,
W. II. Kooss, John Doik,
John DCTKtttetf, Daniki, Nnvr.ii,
II. Dint.KMti.t.Kit, HYt.vrxrmt 1'itnsr.i,,
Jlirit.M:i, llr.t.Mtn, John Woi.k.
'I'tiee nlso itinnnf.iciorn the eelebrtiti'il llnclreve
lteaieraud Jlower, ami other agricultural Imple
ments. ironies hotel,
ni:oi:cn: w. ji..rai:n, Proprietor.
I'he nbove well-known hotel has recently under-
piuo radical changes lu lis Internal arrangements,
anil Its proprietor announces to his former custom
nnd thu Innclllli publle that lilsaccoiuiHlatlons
for tho comfort of his guests aro second to none In
tho eounliy, His table will always bo found sup
plied, not only Willi substantial load, hut Willi nil
the delicacies of the season. Ills wines and II-
iiors (except that popular beverage known as
"itellenru"), pill chased direct from tho liiipoitlug
houses, nro entirely pure, nnd fieo from nil iwil-
souousiliugs. Ho Is thankful forn liberal patron
age lu tho past, uml will continue to deserve It In
the future. aKOItOi: W. JIAUOKU.
J 11. l'UUSEL,
ll.MlM-'S.'S, MADIII.l., A.MI iUUiNK
nnd dealer In
CAUPiri'-UAflM, VALISHS, PLY-XETH .Ac,
Jlaln Street, Hloomsbtut;, Pa.
130NVDr.lt REUS AND LUM11EU.
nnd dealers In all kinds of
give notice that they nro prepared to nccomodato
their custom with dispatch, and on tho cheapest
EW STOCK OF CLOTHING.
Crush arrival of
Sl'ltlXG AXD KUMMKIt GOODS.
Invites attention to his slock of
Cill'.AP AXD I'ASlHOXAHLi: CLOTHING.
at his store on
Jlaln Street, twodoors ahovo the Amci lean House,
vi here ho has Just recilvcd from New York and
Philadelphia a lull assortment of
J1I1X AXD HOYS' CLOTHIXO,
lucluillng tho most fashionable, durable, nnd
110X, SACK', F DOCK, fit JI, AXD OIL-CLOTH
COATS AXD PAXTS,
of all sorts, sizes, and colors. Ho has also replen
ished his already large slock of
I'ALL AXD WIXTIIIt SHAWLS,
STltllilD, I'lGUHI'.D, AXD PLAIN VI'.STP,
SIII11TS, CItAVATS, STOCKS, COLLAP.S,
kitspi:xdi:i:s, axd paxcy auticlks,
lie has constantly on hand a large nud well-se-
lceled assottmeut of
CLOTHS AXD VLSTIXGS,
which ho Is prepared to make to order Into nny
-hid of clothing, on very short notice, and lu the
best manner. All his clothing Is made to wear,
nud most of it Is of home manufacture.
GOLD WATCHP.s AND JLWKLHY,
of every description, flue and cheap. His case of
uwelry Is not surpassed in this place. Call and
xamliio his general assortment of
CLOTHING, WATCH KM, JKWKLHY, Ac.
QA1UUAGE 3IAX UFACTOHY,
Jl. C. SLOAN A HROTIIEH,
tho successors of
WILLIAM SLOAN A SON,
contiuuo the business of making
and every stylo of
which they havo constantly on hand to, suit cm
tinners. Never using any material but the best
nnd employing the most experienced workmen,
they hope to continue as heu toforo to give entire
satisfaction to every customer. An Inspeitlonof
their work, nnd ot the reasonablo prlco asked for
Iho same, Is sure to insula n sale,
7 It ESI I AltltlVAL OF NEW
.. GOODS, Tho undersigned luus Just arrived
from tho City with n largo assortment of Drugs,
.Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varulshis, nnd Dyo Stuns,
Ready-JLulo Clothing, Perfumery, Toy and Fancy
Attkles, Druggist's Glassware, Hruvhes, Trusses
and Supisn tors, and a general nssorlment of every
thing that belongs to a well-appointed Di ug Storo.
Also Patent Jtedklnes of all kinds, such as Jayno's,
Ayer's, Wlshart's, Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup,
Hrown's Tkh Iics, Swain's Panacea, Raker's C'isl
Liver Oil, Ilootland's Hitters constantly on hand,
.MOROCCO LEATHER, KID, rRKNCII J10R0C
CO, FRENCH CALFSKINS, PINK
by the dozen or nair-ilozeii. Also
SIIOE-FIXDIXGS, FISHIXG-TACKLE, Ac.
Having had n largo experience In tho drug bust
ness, I would respectfully invito those wishing
nny thing In that line to call and seo my stisic be.
farepurehaslngelsewhere. "In medicines quality
,s of the tlrst Itnpoitaneo.'- JfflIJf MovnL
n.OOD N1CWS FOK EVEKYUODY.
Owing to tho lato fall In gold,
has tediiced his prices to suit all buyers, cither nt
wholesale or tetall. If you want
SUGARS, COFFEES. TEAS, SYRUPS, SPICES,
CRACKERS, CANNED FRUIT, DRIED
FRUIT, WOODENWARE, FH-II,
BEANS, CHEESE, FLOUR,
FEED. AC, Ac. Ar
give mc ft call. l.PHRAIM W. ELWELI
X j Hi.ooMMirno, c.nt.rMiiiA coitnty.pa.
Iho uiiderslBiied bavlnfe purchased thH well-
known iindcentiallj'-lmnll'il house, the Lxchnngo
Holel.Kltiialnon MAIN HlltKUT, In lUoomsliurrf,
Itnuu-dlately opKjsttollit Colutabln County Court,
House, lofpectfully lhforhis tilt friends ninl tho
public In general thai Ills house Is how In order
for the reception ami cliti Ita'ltllllt ht of travclhrs
who may he disposed to faVor It with their cus
tom. He has rpared nncStpclino 111 t'rcpnrliiK tlm
Kxchango for thu riilertallihielit of ills gmsts,
nellher shall tin n- bu niljlhlhg wniitlug (on Ids
part) to minister to their lu rsoilnl eotnfort. UN
house Is spacious, nud eiijojs mi oxcellclil busl-
IHSS llH'ilt Inn.
OtnnlhiisscN run nt all limes betwefn tlio i:t
chiiugo Hotel nnd the various railroad dctuU, by
width travellers will be pleasantly convej ist to
nnd from thu rcspLcllvo stations linhio time tu
meet the cars. JOHN Pi C'ASIXJW.
llloomburg, Jlarch S3, IfWl.
Q UHQ UiWAXnTv HOTEL,
J Catnwlssa, pin
Tho alsivo Hold has lately tn'on putchased by
HLXItY J. CLAItK, and has been Ihoi'otighty ni
linslclled, repalnsl, nnd H-furtilslnsi; It will bo
found now, In lis at rnngenientnnit appointments,
n llrst-class Hotel, aiul secoinl to nono 111 tho
country. Persons 111 cllhs wishing lo nitnl tip,
hot months) In tho country, will do well lo kIvo
Iho proprietor u call.
pAKUll AND CONKECTiONEll:
11. II. 8T0HNP.U
has ntwnys on linnd tuid for salo
FKITtlt HHE.lD, CAtvEM, AX'i) PIICH,
litl'.XCIt AXt) DOjtliSTIC CONFLCTIONsl
In ev cry stylb ntid v-tirlety,
and Ovcryllilns usually found hi a.
FIHST-CLASfl CON l'KCTl ON I lit Y KTOItk
Havlita teccutly filled tiprnicw nnd elegant
ici:-chi:aji Axii HATING .SALOON;
ho Is prepared to nccomodato ladles nnd gentl b
men In tho best style.
JJUUG AND CHEMICAL STOKE;
lmilOS, CHIUIICALS, PAINTS, I'KilFUJIF.HY
AXD T0IL17T AIlTIt'Lia:
KYLIt & JIOYKH
respeclfully Invito n rontlnunuro of patronage;
Their Drugs nnd Jledlelnesun.'nll selected wilh
the greutest care, avoiding ns much ns posslhlo
tho Introduction of delirious- nostrums, and nro
purchased from tho best Importing Houses lii I lid
of nit kinds, IncUldlng Aycr's, Jnyne's, IIollo
way's, Hostetter's, Wlshart's, Hoolland's, Ac;
coiututitly ou linud.
COAL OIL AND ALCOHOL.
HAlit, TOOTH, NAIL, AND
PAINTS AND CHtjilCALS
of ovcry variety, and of tho best quality,
FANCY TOILET AUTlt'LUSi
The pulille tmty lely at nil times on proctlrhiR tho
aboro nrtleles, with ill 1 tho new useful preparrt
tlons kept In tho best conducted establishments.
PI I YSICIAN'S PKUHCIti PTIONS
and Family llecelpts compounded with tho grcat-
'St ncctirney ntm ulsiiatch.
llloonisburg, Columbia Coliitty, Pn.
Tho subscriber, proprietor of llio uliove-namcii
extensive establishment, Is now piepaied to re
ceive orders for nil kinds of
.MACHINERY FOR COLLlEltlP.S, BLAST
FURNACES, HTATIOXAUY EXGIXES,
MILLS, TIIItESIIIXG JIACIIINES, AO
Ho Is nNo preimred to make Stoves of nil slei
and patterns, Plow-Irons, and everything usually
made lu flrst-Un-sa Foundries.
Ills extensive facilities nnd practical workmen,
warrant him lu leeching tho largest contracts on
the most leasoiiablo terms.
Grain of all kinds will lie taken In exchange for
This establishment Is located near tho Laclra
wanna and lllooiusbuig Railroad Depot.
2Loo:isnuita kaXcV tium-
JIING AND HOOKSTORE,
second dtsir below Hartman's, Jlaln Street,
Just received ti new btock of
.KPHYRS, WOOLEN AND COTTON YARNS
coiisirrs, lacks, e.mhroideries,
JtUHLIN EDGINGS, DRliSS TRIMMINGS
nnd ovcry variety of nrtleles usually kept In a
SCHOOL HOOKS, II Y JIN HOOKS, HinLES,
nnd n largo lot of
ACCOUNT AXD MEMORANDUM HOOKS,
HLANK DEEDS, HCINDS AXD JIORTGAGES,'
nnd n general nnd well-selected assortment of
PAPER, EXVELOPES, Ac.
A. P. WF.HH.
JKAL ESTATE KOH SALE.
Lsmiooi win mm iiomson, uecenseu.
THREE VALUAllLE HUSINESS STANDS,
on Jlaln Street, llloomsbnrg, adjoining tho Court
House, and nearly opposite tho Exchange Hotel.
TWO SJIALL HOUSES AND LOTS,
on Ridge Alley, known ss tho "Spring Lots."
ONE HOUSE AND LOT
on Rock Street, Also
In Jny Township, Elk County,
ABOUT FIVE HUNDRED ACTlES,
well timbered with whltc-plno nnd hemlock
good fanning land. Tho nbovo property will bo
until tho first of August next, on which day, If not
sold, It will bu ollensl nt
on the premises, near tho Court IIouso, nt ten
Apply to tho subscribers, or to Miss ISAHELLA
ALEX. ItiilllsoX, JIauch Chunk, K-t.,
A. PARDI-.'i:, llailetun, f'x "'
rOVES AND TINVAltE.
A. M. RUPERT
announces to his friends nnd customers that ho
continues tho nbove business at his old place on
MAIN STREET, HI.OOJISIIURU.
Customers inn bo neenmodated with
of nil kinds, Stovepipes, Tinware, nnd every va
riety of article found In n htovo nnd Tlnwnro Es
tablishment lu thccltlcs.nutl on the most season
able b'l ms. Repnliliigdoiieat tlieshoileslliotlcu
Si DOZEN J11LK-PAN3
ou linml for sale.
STOVF.S OF EVERY VARIETY,
and nil kinds of Cnstlngs, on hand or supplied on
iho hortcst notice niul ut tho chcnpitt rates.
COAL HREAKEr.f. AND COAL i-CUV'TEli
msdu lo order.