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THE COLUMBIAN, ELOOMSBUEG, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1866.
WlLLIAM L. M.VDDOCKit C(l., dun.
cm tit llnygroeerlw, No, 1 !5tiouth Thirit
.Street (oppoiltu tho G Irani Dunk),
It Is mltl that Mercnr U uslnrr Ills
extra two tliuu-jtiuj dollar m an I'luo
tliinwrliiL' corruption fund. l)uw iinv-
body kuow whether that helped the
iolt.Ux Columbia Couiitv'.'
A black bear was killed last week
by Junius Connor, In Denton townshiii.
This Is a rare occurrence! In this section
of country. AVe learn tlmt Mr. Conner
bad only n shot gun with him ut the
A Democratic meeting was held In
" "tho Court House, in this place, on Thurs
day evening. Speeches were made by
General William H. Miller, of Harris
3buryj Fmnkllii 11. Gowen, 1'Nip, of
I'ottsvlllo; and Senator lluckalew.
Captain Dees J. Millard has ro
' ctilvud the appointment of 1'ostniu.ster
ut Untturuvill", and has taken charge of
. jllie otlke. Captain Millard served in
tliu army faithfully, and richly deserves
Tnu friends of Judges Elwcll are
junking u vigorous fight In Bradford,
lu Kullivan, and in Wyoming. His
..majority in Montour will probably reach
six hundred! Let us do our wltolo
. duty hi this county and victory will be
AVu urgo all our renders who arc elect
t 'cits to vote against Mercur, tliu negro
iftjvimirmge and disunion candidato for
Congress, on Tuesday next, and In favor
3m of Judge Elwcll, the conservative can--!
dldate. Tlio peace, harmony, andpros
' -'t- purity of the country reqtiiresucii action
by the patriotic men of tills district, in
"S.a'dependent of nil party consideration.
f. Wh learn from Dr. Ilarrlpon, of this
jiluco, tiiat a novarium tuber weigliing
J near twelve pounds, and containing
more than twenty-two pounds of water,
was removed from Mrs. Wart., by Dr.
' , At Loo, of Philadelphia, a hhort time
Hlnco. Tins dllllcult operation was per
formed very successfully, and the lady
It doing well.
Colonel Tate law retired from tho
field as a candidato for Representative,
.' The main reason appears to bo the allege
s- od complicity of 1. John with thuinovo
ment in Ids favor. Jolin can touch notli-
, lug without making it odious. His
J touch is contamination, and his coin
, jpimlonsliip di.-grace. We give the Col
onel's Iotter of declination In another
Mr. P. M. Traugh, of Berwick, in a
..field of sixteen acres, has raised one
'thousand shocks of corn : fourteen hush-
V'ls of onions, from tiie seed; four tons
or nay ; ono Hundred iiusiiels ot pota
.aflttoes; ono thousand lieads of cabbage;
four hundred bushels of ruta-lmgas;
fifteen loads of lninipkins. Tlio writer
' ' states tills, to a great extent from per
sonal ob.-ervation, and has the assur
ance of tho neiglihors that it is rather
under than over overstated.
Accident. On Wednesday of last
rweek, Mr. Michael Brittnin, a resident
"of this county, while engaged Ingath
. erlng ajiples near Light Street, was pre
cipitated frnm tiie. tree by the breaking
',of tho limb on which ho wiw, striking
the ground witii such force as to cause
a compound fracture of tho leg, a por
tion of the bone of which cnino through
'the boot. We learn from Doctor Jlar
-rlsou that lie is doing as well as could
"ibe expected antler (ho circumstances,
,'tind that lie has hopes of saving the leg.
Tin: Swiss Bell Ringers-. "Wo
- ropy tho following beautiful extract
"from the Christian Advomtc, compli
''inentury to the world-renowned Alle---
ghutiiuns, Vocali.st.-3, and Swiss liell
liingers, who appear at Snyder'.s Hull
4on Saturday evening next. It says:
.'They are all talented and gifted jmt-
formers, xud nKish and. Wesr-ed mission
. in theirs, going from city ta city, find
trom village to village, KpeakiJig- itt the
great hiai-t wf Inuiianity iws' ut itJuj
Ktirrixig notes of high auil jjJjIp mg,
nd again in tins sweet .cud notiiing
strains of beauty thqydMtuilnistcrs of
good, reaping in fields uliieli the Mime
: truth, dresseil in emer garb, would
: ' . KEWS ITEMS,
"Nr-w Jnusuv clnicklw over hor cran-
', bf rry crop.
Toomiis, of Oeorgln, i taking a Swit
V fiix of tlm Xow York dallies support
.'ATLANTA, OcOI'glll, Is to llllVO ft rCV-
nnJy-tlioitsaiul dollar oj-cm boune.
'fjuiedltiOMiii IiulLoiimiollstiro t'ow
hldlitL' eacli other.
. QiJKr.N Victohia has given the'
cholera siiirurers twenty-live hundred
'"l'ln: Oreeks in Staniboul aro said to
bounder tho protection of tho American
' Thk Troy J're f-uyn tiiat Tliurlow
Weed has knocked Mr. Greeley's hat so
vfar over Ids eyes tlmt only tho phlloso-
'-"phtirV boots uro visible.
Tins Ti-Wttiw reports that General
Bhoritlim bad reported to Washington
tlmt hoclety in Louisiana and Texas was
in a coiidltlun of anarchy Is denied by
Somi: merchants In Xew Orleans are
.pignlng a card to tlio elfect that the
riot was the work of abolition fanatics,
and that no persons are disturbed, or
ever havo been, for opinion's sake.
. Thk Was hlnglonCooiiWcstatestiiat
tho Marino Corps Is now full, and on
Saturday recruiting for it ceased. At
tho licndimnrter In Wa.-lilngtoii there
pre at preswit over three hundred en
Tin: Attoitiey-deneral lias decided
that tho President has not the power to
designate districts In the Southern
States, especially for the collection of
the tax on cotton, distinct from those
for other taxes.
Tin: ltadicals of New York are mak
ing great ado about wlint they call Pres
ident Johnson's excessive leniency and
nhute of Ids pardoning power, Just as If
their candidate for Governor had not
outraged Justice by pardoning convicted
criminals without a pretence of serving
tlio public interest. How about Zeno
O.vr.of the largest whiskey distiller
ies in Milwaukee Is now In tliu hands of
tlio Ituvcnuo Department for trying to
evttde the law. The oH'ence charged Is
instituting and using a fac-tliiilleot tlio
Inspectors Mump, and thuse.-i aping the
payment of duties, and putting their
whiskey into tlio market as Inspected,
when it never had been.
Tin: Chicago Joiiriiul says that the
facts about the late frosts, as regartls
their clrect on tlio corn in Illinois, may
bo briefly summed up thus! Jn the
Southern part of the Statu no damage
has been d6nc to the crop ; in tlio cen
tral part, tliedatnago lias been butsllght;
and in the northern part, the damage
has been great, probably destroying, in
the aggregate, about one third of the
Kxcculor's Notice. Kstnte nf John Mor
gan, itceeused. l-tlcrs testamentary upmt (ho
slate nf John Morgin, lull nf the Township nf
Bloom, In tlw County of Columbia, deceased, hav
ing been granted to tin- undersigned, nil iersons
Indebted to until estate urn requested to nuke
payment, ninl those having claims to present
tin-in to CLARK M. HltOWN, Executor.
or ROBERT 1". CLARK.
scpl.'Mt. Attorney for tlio estate.
To llolrl mill Snlonn Ict-t-pt-r! of ltloom-
ImrK iiml t'oluuiMii County. I linvc- appointed
Mr. U. Stolmi-r nmMit for tliu Mile of my nlo, porter,
row n Ntout, ninl laer lu-er, who will supply im
at tin- siime prire (antl wttli the name nrtli-le), (in I
wotiiil I'urnMi iiu Iroin the lirewery. knoowin
that he will he puniMiial inut attentive to till who
may favor hliu with their trade, I solicit for him
yourHUpjMirt. ery respeet fully,
Strain lirewery, Iteiidlin:, I'a.
tfMtntr of Alirnllnm 3IrllNrli. ilercnnrtl.--
la-nets ol .u nun isirai ion iim,u ine esiaie 01 .u
rahaiti .Meneli. late nt I.ik-us1 Townihln. In the
County nt Columbia, di ceakeil. havlni: been
m'tinled to the undeir'lni'd, all persons havinu
rlalini or demaii'li ima usjt the estate of thusal
ileeedeiit an- u-iiui'steil In iiiake tho same known
wnnoui oeiay, an-i iiiom) umenieii 10 sum eiiau1
to make Immediate payment to
i.'l.l i ll.l,, or
Itoarlm; Creek P.O., Columblu County, I'a.
iVuilllor'i, o(lce. KNlateof l'cler Mtnvrcr,
deeeai'il. The 1,'KateeH and all cKher partte-l in
terested In the estate of Tcter Mowrer, ileeeaseit
will take uottee that the undersigned, npHiluted
by the Ot plum's Court of Cotumlila County audi
tor, to audit mid make distribution of the balance
In the hands of the executor, will meet the pat-
tics Intcicsted in the said estate, at the otllce of the
Auditor at llloomsburt:, on Saturday, October l.lth,
Itxtt, at IU o'clock a.m., when and where all par
ties Interested can attend If they see proper
and present their claims or to be debarred from
cumlui; lu for a share of the fund,
KeplA-lt K. II. I.ITTI.E, Auditor.
Allilltor'Mn'ollur. INtittcor Jlnrj I. JIlIls
late of Madison Township, Columbia County,
deceased. The legatees and all other jiarttes lu
teiested lu tbeeslaleof Mary 1. Mills, deceased
Mill I.Ike notice that the undelslmied, appointed
by the Orphan's I'oiiit of said county auditor,
to audit and make dUtilbutlou of the balance lu
the hands of Daniel Knie-t, survMnn executor
of the said Mary 1'. Mlll,i!iceascil,wlllliici I the
parties Interested in Ihes.ild estate, uttheolllce of
the Iti-Kl-ter of Wills, lu and for the County of
Columbia,, at llloomsbuiir, on Thiusday, the Mb
ilay of November next, when and whein all par'
tics Interested call attend If they see piopcr, and
present their claims or be debarred from coming
In for a sham of the fund.
seplJ-lt. i:. If. 11AT.11Y, Auditor.
Aiitlitor'M Xollcr. lu tiie Orxilinn'ii Coiti-t
for the County of Columbia, estate of Alev.md
thiiietsou, ileeeased, 'i'he auditor appointed by
the Court to make distilhutlon of the estate ol
Alexander larretson, lain of Columbia County,
deceased, in the hands of Jacob (t.uietson, sur
viviui; executor of tliu last will and testament of
the said AlcxatKlcrtiatrctsuu, deceased, will meet
the parties Inteiested lor the puipose nt !., ap
IKjlutment on Thursday, October at 10 o'clock
a.m., at tils otllce on the corner of Main and Mar
kei Streets lu the town ot IHnoiushurH.
ItlUIKItT l- CI.Altlv, Auditor.
Ti'otlfe orinqur t, K-tntr of Lrs-l Asliton,
lAteori'liK'Tiriihlp,di''ijeil. To the hell sand
bvpil represnl.illveo.f f't I Abhton, late of I'iue
Township, Columbia tUiutity, di-wm-.l, to w it : to
William J. spiciu), A ii u Aslitou.s.irah lives, who
reside In Columbia County, .Stephen rtproivl, of
Watsoutowu, Norlhiiuibcrland County, Apemtli
Hess, uf X.'W Columbus, Luzerne Couhly, lamina
.-ij.aJdiifKaud Allen Kcs, of (Irlltln's. JIIII,I.'ile
Cuuuo, Stuteof New Yoi I:, r.irvln i;vei,of City-
iiU'U JVI1( Suiuialt C'ounty, .Statu of Ohio, mid
I!wj, of California, you and each of you
jueiiereby untitled that In piiisiiaucu of a writ ol
Iti.Hi'llUou or valuation issued out of the Orphan's
Court of Columbia Comity for the partition or
valuation or the leal estatu of said deceased, sit
uate In the Town-hip of I'he', lu said comity, to
w It i a cei tain messii.uto mid tract of laud bltuate
lu l'lno Township, lu said county, adjoining lauds
of UenJ.iiulu J '.vcs on the north and east, laud ol
John ,vcoii the south, and Juhu Le-;;ot on Hie
west,contalnlim ten acres, more or less, anions
the hells and li-nal rcpivscntntlw's of tlm said de
ceased, I will hold ail iiMiuest on the said picmls
es, In l'lne Township, on Saturday, tho '.'Itlnlay
of Oclobir next, at Uo'cIih Ic in the forenoon of
mid 'Uy, when aiel where you are renm-stcd tu
nlteml if you think pioper.
SlierltT's Otllce, lllooinstnir, Sep. 11, lsi!i!.-jt
riOLUMUIA COUNTY SS. IN Tl I K
V' (.iriiliims' Comt of Columbia County, In tlm
mntlrof the partition and valuation ol thees
tato of Cletnucl il. Itlckctts, kite of Oriiu'iiTowii.
slilti. ilcciased. To tlm hells of Sarah Ciirtr !it,
decciised, Mnrv M'liitnsh, the lu lls of l.llabclh
Itlcketts. Jolin lllcketts, lli'tli I uber, Nancy
Cm II. I'leftsautHlms.iiiid KIIJ.ili O, Itlcltcl s, take
notice that an liniuest will held at tin- late
ilwtlllnij.lioinorif l leillliel II. Itlcketts, deceased,
lu tbeT'oviililiof Oriiiiit", County of Co unibia,
onsaluid.iy.tlu- 21th d.ij-of .Noei)iber, Isi'l be.
IMecn inn Hours oi v it nmit m... . .......m
i-.M ol saldil.iy, lor thn purposiiof making part I
,i.... ..r il... i.kinii. nf j.iild deceased to ill ul
iiinmm Ills clilldicn and legal repieentatles, If
Hie same can l. done wiihoui prcjiiiuce i i or
spoiling of the whole, otherwise to value and a
or.ilse tin, same according to law: at whicii iinie
ill pittvuyoilliro leoion-o ,o '"IV"'' ,'' ".'.'i
roiicr. SA.MI'KL SNYD1CII, Hticrltr.
Illoomsblirg, October'.', IMM.
. . . , . .. i. ...i ......1 ir ....i. ii.i.il
13 LOOMSHCHG I'ANCY
Ml.N'll AND llOilKSTOHK,
second door Im-Iow IlarlinanV, Main Slrei 1.
.lust iccelM-d a new sloclt ot
zKi-jiYits, vooli:n AND COTTON YAUNS,
COIlsin, LACKS LMIIltOIDr-UIIX,
MUSLIN LDOINGS, DKIXS TUIMMINGH
atnl every vinlcty of iirtlclcs usually kept in a
SCHOOL HOOKS, HYMN HOOK'S lilllLUS
and a large lot of
ACCOUNT AND MKMOIIANDI'M IlOnKS,
1IL.VNK DI:i:DS BONDS AND MultTOAOLS,
aiel a general mid well-selected nssoiimeiit of
I'Ai'Lit, i;n i-.lu'i:s,
a. p. w i.un.
QUll STAllCll ULOSS
Is tlio only nrllde tued by
nilsT-ct.AsH iiori:i.H, i.AitNrmiK.s), and
THOUSANDS Ot- I'A.MII.llCS,
It llvrl n lienutlful tKillsli.makltiu the Iron nans
siniHillily oM-r thu cloth, mivIiik Mt cll Tlxi: and
laoor, noons none up w iiu n Keep clean niiicil
longer, cotiscu'icutly will not wear out ho noon.
!T MAKIM 01.11 LINKS LOOK I. IKK N'l'.W.
OOK IMI'r.UIAI, lIM'i:
la tiii: inuT in Tin: would.
It Is nolublc lu hard ns well ns noft water. II In
nit upln the safest, neatest, mnl most eoiivcnleiit
oim of any ollcicd to the public
IT 1H WAUHANTKD NOT TO HTltttAK TIIR
Acent wanted cvrrvwhere. to whom we offer
f'Xtinimlluury lndueciuents. Ad. I less
NI1W Y01UC HTAIICH (II.OSH CO.,
Sf piS-tiii-n.te Vis Fulton Htucl,Niw Yntk.
rVO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON
JL Cl'.ltN, rieae take notice that I, Ira ii.nl
nrmel, of t'entrevllle, Columbia County, having
bought the following list of property from rcter
Hower, do declare that It Is my Intention to lend
the same to the said Hower, to wltt four Im-iIs;
one ilo7.cn chairs ! one, lot ofillsliesi one cui
boardl una buienu; twenty yards of carpet; ono
cooking stovrj one iwirlor stove; one two-horse
wagon; one twodmrse carriage; ouedoulilesct of
hirness; one ultigle set of lmrness two tabkn
twoplits. IUA 110ADAUMKL.
jiioomsourK, l a.
M. C. HIX)AN A UHOTlir.il,
the successors of
WILLIAM HUIAN A- SON,
continue the business of maklnt;
and every style of
which they have constantly on hand to suit ens
lotners. Never uslni; any mnterlat but the liest
and employing the most experienced workmen,
they hope to continue ns heretofore to ulve entire
satisfaction to every customer. An Inspection of
their work, and of the reasonable price asked for
the same, Is sure to Insure a sale.
fiiU oiu'Ik J it tlrstcli
opened a tlrstclass
HOOT, HltOK, HAT AND CAr 8T0UU
at his old stand on Main Street, Illisimsburi;. His
stock is composed of t lie very latest and best styles
ever olleted to the eiti7ens of Columbia County.
lie can aecoiiimodate the pubttc with the lollow
Inif kinds and nrices
Men's calf boots, line. 5 m ton l
- kli, double sole .t.it.. a
Hoys' clllld's tMMits 1 T.i to 4
Men's ulovo kid. Comm-ss. ,ve rio to r
" 11 Uallliolllt shoes IUUto3fjll
Men s, women s, hoys', and misses'
lilove kid lastiui; palters I T.'toA
Women's etove lllds. verv tine It Hi to A
" tine Kont inoriM-eo tialmoials 'J fri to t Hi)
' men's moroccoatid calf shoes 1 7." to '2 .7)
cominon shoes H 1 frl to 2 ,"ii)
Misses' anil child's shoes 0 ii to 1 00
Men's women's, misses', boys', and
ihlld s slippers 0 Mtol fO
no also keeps n yreat variety of
HATS, CAIV, AND STItAW HOODS
of every kind, at the lowest prices, both for cash
iin-i couuiry prooiice,
lteniemtiei (lie attraction Is In ,air eikhIk. Hon'
be alarmed at the cry of IiIkIi prices, but call and
see for yourselves, ltespectluliy.
jyUW STOCK OF CLOTHING.
Fresh arrival of
Sl'IHNO AND SUM M Kit GOODS.
Invites attention lo his stock of
at his store on
Main Street, two doors above tho Amcricau HoUBe,
wiiero lie has Just received from New York and
riilladclphia n full assortment of
mi:n and iioys' clothino,
lueludliiK the most fushiouahle, durable, mid
1IOX, SACK, I'HOCK, UM, AND OIL-CLOTH
COATS AND l'ANTS,
of all sorts, sles, and colors. He has also replen
Ishcd his already huge stock of
CALL AND WINTLIt SHAWLS,
STltll'IU), l-'KIUItKI), AND TLAIN TJsTS,
HI 1 1 UTS, OKA VATS, STOCKS, COI.LAI1S,
SUSI'ICNIJIUIS, AND I'ANCY AUTICLTX,
He has constantly on hand a largo and well-se
lected assot tinent of
CLOTHS AND VKSTINOS,
which lie Is prepared lo make to order Into any
kind of clothing, on very short notice, and lu the
best manner. All his clothing Is made to wear,
and mo'.t of It Is of home manufacture.
GOLD WATCHKH AND JKWLLKY,
of every description, flne anil cheap. His case of
jewelry Is not suriwissed In this place. Call and
examine his general assortment of
CLOTHING, WATCH KS, JKWI'.LKY, Ac.
Fiiusir AimiVAL or
KI'IIING AND SUMMKIl GOODS.
Tho subscriber has Just relumed from tho cities
with another largo and select assortment of
SrilING AND Sl'MMK.H GOODS,
purchased In New York and Vhiladelphln at the
lowest llgure, and which lie Is determined to sell
nu as moderate terms as can bo procured else
where In llloomsburg. His stock comprises
LADIKS' DltUSS GOODS
of thi choicest styles atid latest fashions, together
wltli n largo 'assort ment of Dry 'Joods ami Gro
ceries, consisting of the follow lug articles ;
Hoots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
AND NOTIONS ft KN Kit ALLY,
III short, eu'rythlng usually kept lu country
stores, to which he Invites the intention of the
public generally. The liLshcst price will be paid
lor i-ouulry piuditco In exchange for goods.
fs. II. M1LLKU,
Arrnde HulHIngs, lltoonisburg, I'a,
4. LL KINDS Ol' 1ILANKS
(.AN UU HAD AT lillo OITKL,
l't.r.Vf.VTtf AVNtrAI. T'.XlMtttTtnv
C01.UJII1IA CnUMTT AilUICri.TCIlAI., HOIl
llCUl.TUIlAli AMI .Mi l HAMlUAIi
to bo held at
III.IIO.MMHIMUI TIIUIlNllAY, I-lllOAY, AND
fs.l I HIIAl.i'l'll'I'l.lV II, li, llllll 1-t, 1SIKI,
The lloanl or Atiiiiatfern have determined to use
every exertion to make this fair ns satisfactory
ntid lutcrestliiK as possible toall, and the eltlrz-ns
of this and adjacent rnu titles- are earnestly Invited
to attend, and also to do all 1 1 icy can to iiiakn the
iiuautlly and iuallty of tock and article tor ex-
iiiiniioii uie nuucsi anil ih-si. i lie premiums oi
fered ant more liberal than those of itnv nre tons
year, Upeclal ntteiitlon Is called to rule No. U,
which mil be imitlic. 1-'. 1'. Mtl.NKKlt, Heo'y.
n.Ass I. IliiusK.s.
Jnihui it, ltnlir,?Hitvrtiitcnttcnt,
Itest pair draught liorsivs,
"( carrlaHO "
staUlou oyer 3 .J-ars old,
hrrsst ma re, with colt at her -lde,1
bolli owned by the exhibitor,
single rarrlaito horse,
" ' luare,
Kcldlng between 3 and 4 years old,
Kcldiug " 2 and 3 "
iiiaco " " M
horse colt " I uud2 '
man. " "
liors.. or nmrn roll litidf-r 10 loos' old. .-nil
!d " " ' " . ' " 2 (II)
" ruilr match isilts under 4 yejtrs old.
bioken to liarness, 8 (H)
l.-lillillnrs lltnlep IIiIh rlfiSH ulll line,. Itinlr
horses on the urounil by P) o'clock on l-'rlday
moriilut;, at which time the judges w ill examine
jmiur Joshua 11. I nwlcr, sksitt; J-iM.Viirdlii,
llelllfock! .losenll W. lleese. Orecliwissl i Aaroti
Miilth, Hemlock ; Joshuii Mcudenlmll, Kranklln.
CLASS It. t'ATTI.K.
Johnson 21, 1 kctcr, &uitrtntcnncnt,
llest bull 3 years old mid upward
J 12 00
between 2 and 3 years old,
1 nnd 2 "
i a a a
calf under 10 months old,
cow 3 years old and upward,
heifer between 2 and 3 years old,
" " cnlf under 10 months old,
bull 3 years old and upward.
'I between 2 and 3 years old,
cnlf under 10 months old,
cow 3 years oldnntl upward,
heifer between 2 and 3 years old,
" " calf under 10 months old,
null 3 years old and upward,
between 2 and 3 years old,
,, .. ,. land 2
calf under 10 months old,
cow 3 years oldnnd upward,
heifer lietweeti 2 nnd 3 years old,
" calf under 10 months old,
bull 3 years old nnd upward,
between 2 nnd 3 years old,
calf under 11) tnonths old,
cow 3 years old and upward,
heifer between 2 and 3 years old.
" " calf under 10 mouths old,
bull 2 years oliUiud upward,
between l aud 2 years old,
calf midt-r lO months ohl,
eov 3 years old and upward,
belter bfttween 2 and 3 years ohl,
" ' calf under 10 mouths,
Orfn mul ,Si ere.
" yoke of oven, owned and worked by
2d 4 ' .1 tu
" yoke of steers between 1 and .1 yeais 4 in
t " " ' " ' " 2 on
Lxlilbltors will have their stock reailv for thu
Judges to examine by lOo-clis-k a.m. ou 1- rlday.
.nil .lounson ii. iivi-ier, iireenwiKsi; .loiin
Hartman. Hemlock: l.ll Menilenhall. Uetiton:
tl. H. l-'owlcr, Centre; Henry Holllngshcad, Cata-
CLASS III. swikb.
J-'llxha Jliiyvimi, -ij-iriiifeiuoif,
sow and nigs f6 or more),
lot oi a or moie pigs uuuer w ksoiu, a iu
.. .. -i i,i
lot stock hogs (3 or more), 3 oo
- ' ' mi
Jii(.-. r.llsha Havnian. GicchwoimI! William
Ohl, Hemlock; Audtew l-'ieas, Centre.
1'I.ASS IV. MIKKI',
Jo.cih .SV'ottrw, tSujM-nnti nttenl,
" ei e"
2d " "
.u'fci .loscnli Seattrrcood. Tine: Abel Thom
as, Catawlssa; Oatilel Shannon, GreeuwiKKl,
CLASS v. rout.TJiv.
llest atnl largest display ofjioultry,
isilr chickens, laalo rind female,
and Iariesl dlsnlav nf tame li art
Jutlw i. Thomas lialluuin, Scott ; John M, Hur-
ton, Hloom; William Webber, Hemlock,
CLASS VI. OltAIN AXI1 SLEDS.
Jmrih .lacM, .S'l'KTiii-inffiif,
Hest half-bushel clo er seed, t3 00
" " tlmotliy " 3 iii
" 1 ft)
' bushel red wheat, 3 u)
" while " ' 3 III
" rye. I -i"
" " buckwheat, 1 ft'
" liatr.bitsbel eroiind seed corn. l.ll)
' scllow 1 ft)
" " smoke ' 1 ft)
" " lluxseed, 1 ft)
bushel oats. 1 ft)
inil'iea Josenh Masters. Madison ; Michael
Vance. Orange: Samuel All, Hemlock; Clinton
.Memii nu. in,
Friiukllu; Joseph Hendershot,
CLASS VII. vraKTAIiLKS.
Hfiirn Ziipuinmr, Siiprriiileniienti
Hest bushel I'rlncn Albert potatoes, 2 (I)
nu-recr 2 00
" " iM-nch blow " 2 00
" ' garnet Chill " 2 (
" " illslyeiMt " ,2 01
o a cuisi 2 00
a hnlMaishcl earlv Goodrich stedllng
potatoi-s, S l
" lialf-luisliel sweet nolutoes. 2 ID
bushel Held turnips, 2 in
" " ruta hagas, 2 DO
" lmlMiushel sugar ImhiIh, I m
" " miini'old wnrtzl. 1 in
" " blts, 1 01
" " carrots, 1 oo
" " lsu-sulivi. 1 id
onions, 1 Oo
lialf-ilo7.envi-gutuhlBoyslers(alslfy(, 1 oo
3 heads ciihha'j.c,
3 bum-lies eeler)',
4 egg plants,
2iiitiuts lima beans,
2 " Carolina"
J " ump "
.1 sipilltll A,
(I field laimnklns.
Jwlm Henry '.iijipinger, Illreim; John
don, Catawlssa; J, Harvey Crevellng, Scott,
CLASS VIII, ItlU'sKllnLll JlANl l-Al-rl-f.lM.
HVfi'i") twhitylrr, tiuiierliitendt nt.
Hest 10 ye. US b'li'llcl,
ti " wiHih .i cloth,
10 " carpet,
VI " h
ID " plain linen,
10 " 1II.IIST,
knit wool stis'Uings,
o cotton stiM-klngs,
pair wool blankets,
II t.nt.i..niiili. lMlilf...lnMl
Jiuhm. Wllllaiii Hcliuyler, Scott ; Mary A. Wil
son, Madison; Mrs, Joseph 1'. Conner, Centre;
MrisHlinm Itcodcr, Cutuwlssa; Mi. Cali-I) U.ir.
C1.AS.S It, IloMK.SUl' MANfl-ACrfltr.S.
.".vl lulvn, iVijicrfiiMioifi
III Kt lisif lilf J'I,
" jxuud. cake,
roll butter, not less than 3 pounds,
" sample yeast,
" ' nardsoai),
" " soft '
JiHlffri Lloyd raxton, Montour! Itarhcl h.
Lyes, Grei iiwissl ; Mrs. Conrad lilttciilM-u.ler.
lllisim; Mrs. Margaret Warner, Heuton; Mrs. r
T. Lulr., Illooni.
n.Ass X. i'Ancv Aimri.r.s anii iiawkiis.
f.'uirtrj K. li,rtfr. Hui,rrttfiUnr
llest knit shawl,
" I Idy,
" tilting work,
Kis-elmeu Is-ad work,
" " shell
" " burr "
" " liather"
" " hair "
1 If I
" " wax "
" ' drawing,
" " painting,
" silk embroidery,
" isitton "
" worstisl mat,
" cotton '
" knit Polish lsKit,
" workisl sllis;r,
" fancy pincushion,
" display of moss painting,
" colhs-lion dahlias,
' " artlllctal llowers,
" " house plants In bloom,
" ilrhst grass,
" " " llowers,
' Vltrlet v llowers.
" sjvivlmen iieiimanshlp,
JiidM Charles s. Fowler, Ksi
-snv! Miss Hue Ever.
1 4iiiiw issn; aits, r .si
Warillu, Jleiuluvk; Miss
Maggie M, Sands, Jit, Pleasant.
CLASS XI. llIUlt, HTOVr.s, TINWAIIB, AND I)K.t
USTItV. John llctl, iSnerintemlciit,
llest ft) iHiuuds wheat Hour. J.1 00
' ft) " hkwh't ' 00
" ft) " rye " 3 00
" ft) " corn meal, s oo
" cooking sto e with fixtures, 2 W)
" parlor " " 2 ou
" set artificial teeth, 1 00
Jiulijn .tohn lletts. Hemlock; C. D. I'owlcr, ller
wlck; KllJah It. Heeler, lllooiu.
CLASS XII. AUlllCL-LTl.-llAI.I.MI-I.nsiSMTS AMP MA-
NyWcxler 1'imcl NnpcrinlmdtnJ,
llest plough Tor general use, il 00
corn plough, l u)
" coin planter, 2 00
" Ihreshiug machine, 2 00
" reaper and mowrr combined 2 in
" fanning mill, 2 til
" horse hav fork, 2 til
" tsirn slu-f ler, 2 on
" grain drill, 2 00
' larui wagon, 2 on
' straw or fodder cutter, 2 00
" horse rake, l y)
M H,rtable eider mill and press, 1 00
" sled, I ii,
" clothes wringer, 1 u)
" washing machine. l ul
" sausage 1 oo
' clover liuller, 1 ai
" churn. 1 no
" w heelliarrow, ftl
" roller, SO
Jutlpm Sylvester I'lirmil, Hemlock; Levi A.
Hutchinson, Centre; Cornelius Hollas, Orange,
CLASS XII. VIllltL'LbS.
JitcttO Grrraril, .Viipci vifrndr nf.
Hest family carriage,
" oi.en '
.7uicj?i .laeol i Gerrard. Greenwood; George I'a v-
enee, .nimiii j-ie.is ini; jerry rteesiioiii, liernieK,
CLASS XIV. I1KKS) AMD tir.KlUVtS.
nvi(ii . Keller, iinpirinUiuttnl.
llest swarm of bees. ii (il
2d " " ' 1 ti)
" sample live pounds of iionev, 1 oo
" Ihvelilve, 1 10
j,(7,.villlmu F. Keller, Millllu: II Irani Jl
ltceder, Friiukllu; John Itanti, .lackson.
CLASS XV. WISIM AND LIQCOH.S.
Jltrum I), Amlciiimi,,SiiptruitcmUnt.
Hest quart curiant wine,
' ' bl kberry, "
" " grape, "
ttUIn; hllwood Hughes,
ASS X V I. l 'AltlNETWAItK, TA.VNKIl'.S, SIIOUMAK-
Lll.S, lAll.UltM, rullKll'S, AMI tllllCKMAKhli'M
ll'illiam T, .SAiorula, iSHjHriiu'rfitfraf,
" dressing stand,
' display catilnetware,
" set Windsor chairs,
" spring-seat chairs,
" liest made suit of clothes
' hulf-tloicu brooms,
" set single harness,
" double '
two shies sole leather,
" pair calf IhsiIs
" " kip
" lot eartlieuware,
" sainple clock-, .ii)
Jiid'teit W. T. slium.in. Main: TL L. Gearharl.
Giccnwood; W. 11. llclilch, Locust; John F.
llutclilusun. Fishing Creek; .Miles S. Wltllutns.
clvss xvii, nmiT.
r. It, M'auter .S'ieniiciiifciit.
Ileal J a liuslit l Tompkins County king
apples, oi cr
1 ........ ......v. kllUMIII,,
I. " l.lllell water,
H " gtawmstclu, "
3 " lialdwin, "
JJ " hubburilson mnnarcli "
y. " bellllower, "
display of apli-s,
1' ,1 Ill.n.1. til I ,..,,1,,,.
5 clusters crevellng
" 3 " enneoru "
" .", " dlana "
" 3 " delaw ares'
" s " Isabellas, "
" lot of fox grapes.
' display rasplierrles,
sample uriuu apples,
o H cherries, stoned and un-
stoncd, dried. ft)
JiuhietV. II. Wenner, Hilar (.'reek; Aaron Ke-
t....... .vfit.l. U'i .mi 1 1... ile. Iletn ficlf
Jolin ). iutck, Moutuiir; Frank 1. fves, Green-
CLASS XVII. TIIIAL. or lioasiss
Hest trotting horse, nunc, or gelding, J1C0 (0
(Fnlrunce lee, Sl i.)
It less than four hopes are entered, for each
Horse less Iltliu tour 5ii snail uu ueuucieu iroiu
the premium oucreu.
Hest trotting horse, mnre, iir gelding, UuO 00
(Kittramsj fee, Jlo.)
If less tliiin four lioisesnroeiiterisl, for each horse
less man lour did siuui oo iieuucieu irom nu-
llest tniltlng horse, mare, or Holding, t- 00
ti-.iiiraucu ice, t i.)
If less than four horses aro entered, for each horse
less man lour M snail uu iicuilvieu iroiu um
x'o nrcmltims wilt ho nwardeil for any of thn
above three trots If less than two horses appear lo
coiupi-ie uir iitepri'iniuius,
m iii. iii.iiim to liirness iii-sl ii t ni inree.
.... i i' si ...ii..... . t..u.ni. n
Wilitt-rstolu. Mllllln: Samuel Kosteulsirder, Cat
auo.ve voiiuet iviiiue i. -ii'o-"n, ...if..
CLAS.S XIX. rOOT-IlAUIMJ.
nest run once round course. ts ()
2.1 i W
(i-;tiirnneo ice, m cenis.)
If less than three persons enter for tho run no
l.ii.ri.i.,liiii, ulll lm tiwnrdisl
s1. . i . . I...... i....i..,.. . 1 il ll..t.nlu
iWIJI -I irilil! I" ll, .invisst.it, ii, vj liunvil.
Orange; Isaac (1, l'ursel, Hemlock,
liri.ns AND IlKGULATIONS.
(Arllclu third of tliu constitution reoulrt-s per
sons to jay to the Assoclatlou ono dollar lo con
stitute membership. The practice heretofore lias
been tu buy tickets on Fair days, and have names
recolded ill thu time.)
Firtl. llvory person having articles for exhibi
tion or coiiiiK lltlon, must become a member o
tliif Association bctore enteriiu ineiii.
.Ni-f.iiff. Mlnoiieaii brs-onie members or exhib
itors when their parents are members.
7Vifn. The held of competition Is open to all
i.rdi.tiu frniii iithin- i-otiiitt.'K and Stales call be
come mtlilbltors niiu the same terms us cltlr.site
of this county. ,,
JXmrlh, Allattlclesotnired for nitnpotltlnn must
bo nwneil by the coniis-tltor. 1'riill, vegetuliles.
ttowers, ,e., iniisi oeiuo grow-iuoi ioe .i,ni..-ii-tor,
and all manufactured articles must Ik' inwte
by the competitor,
tilth. All stock entered must bn what repre
sented, or premiums will bo forfeited,
,Viri, All articles lor exhibition or competition
must Is' entered by So'chs-k i-,m, Thursiliiv, the
llih. mul evcetit lu llilliossllile i-ases. In, nil tile
ground at that time, and remain thero until A
OCIIK-K l'il. Ill I lliiay, inn l.lll, Wlll'll I lie j viu Hi
nt the dlssisal ol the exllibllois.
.Su i I'ttttt. Stands for the sale of refreshments cMl
be obtained by iippliciitlon to tho Secretary or to
II. I'. Hartman. , . ., .
r.itihtlt. No license will bo granted stands that
sell spirituous or malt liquors.
Judges nppnlntist to exai .Ino the dltrerent
Ciasiscswilt cnilli-l -a liieir .. hj s '-; , '
eallltig ill tlm Sccretiiry s otllce earl oi. rrlday
tnortifiig, touiitaln their Instruclloiis.
Tii.irt.is lo (tin Fair can bo obtained ut the dif
ferent stores beiiire the Falr.or at tlio ticket olllce
Jl to during rntruay.s. jusciu r,vo.i'Lit, j-msm.
j)' r, i; ubi titvi rn tvpi-ii
, " , fruit Jelly,
pickles nf ntiy other kind,
l-'Af.r. AND WINTF.Il GOODS,
l-'ALL AND WI.S'TKIl GOODS,
FALL AND WINTKlt GOODS,
FALL AND WINTKlt GOODS,
FALL AND WINTLIl GOODS,
HATS AND CAIft,
HATS AND CAIH,
HATS AND CAFS,
HATH AND CAHS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HOOTS AND RHOI'.S,
HOOTS AND HUOra,
J100TS AND HHOKS,
HOOTS AND 8HOF.S,
HOOTS .ND fiHOIH,
LOO K I NO-G LAHSF.H,
PAINTS AND OILS
FAINTS AND OILS,
l'AINTS AND OILS,
I'AINTS AND OILS,
TAINTS AND OIIX,
OHAIN AND BEEPS,
(1HAIN AND SEEDS,
(1KAIN AND SEEDS,
GHAIN AND SF.EIM,
GIIAIN AND HEEDS,
Northwest corner of Main nnd Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest comer of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
til lai(iiuniitllles mul nt lisJltcisI ruto", tilwuy
JUUa AND OIIKMICAL 8T011K,
DHUtifl, CIIEMICAW, VAINTP, rcnvUMrHlT
AND TOILET AHTICLTH.
I'YKrt ft MOYi:n
resp,cl fully Invite n contlnunnc of pntronsgfi.
Their Drugs and Medicine uro Ml selected with
the greajjfst cnre, nvoMltuc ft" much ns posslbln
the ltitroducllon of ilrllrlous nostrums, and arn
ptirchnsci from the btot Importing licmsei In the
of nil kinds, Including Ayru-'s, Jnyne's, Hollo
way's, Hostetlcr's, WIshul's, llooflaud's, Ar,
constantly on hand.
COAL OIL AND ALCOHOL
HAIlt, TOOTH, NAIL, AND
PAINTS AM) CirEMICAI4
of cvtry variety, arid of tho butt qnnlltr.
FANCY TOILET AHT1CLL.H.
Tho public may rely at all tlffln on procuring lh
aliove nrtlclcs, with all the Dew useful pr"par
Hons kejit In the liest conducted mtntillslimcutrt,
and Family Ilecelpts comrmunded with th gtaaU
est accuracy and dispatch.
Hloomshurg, Colombia Oonntr, To.
The sntwcrllier, proprietor of tlio nhove-namM
extensive estalillslimcnt, Is now prepared lo ro
colve orders for till kinds of
MACHINEUY FOIl COLLrEIHlS, HI-.VBT
FUUNACEH, I5TATI0NARY F.NOINm
MILtis, TltrtESHING MACIIINEH.-lO
He Is also prepared to make Ptoves of all slieit
nnd patterns, Plow-Irons, and everything usually
made In first-class Foundries.
Ills extesslve facilities and practical workmen
warrant him In receiving tho largest contract on
the most reasonable terms.
Grain of all kinds will be Uikon In txcliango for
This establishment is located near the Lack
wanna and llloomsburg ttnllrond Depot.
rpiIE ONLY PLACE
to get tho best
TOHACCO AND CJGAIlfl,
AT WHOLESALE ATs'D ItETAJU
Is at HUNGSDEItGER'H,
a ftiw? doors below the American Hous
He has tho largest and most select of
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO
ever oft'ensl to tho citizens of DloomsbarK. All
the fancy brands of
and Iho bct Flne-cnt raid Plug
can Iw had at Ills counters.
III great variety aro among his largo stock.
DON'T FOUOET TO CjliU
IT. II. IIUNSHElUjEIl.
CTOVES AND T1NWAKK.
' A. M. nm'ERT
announces to Ills friends and cusloincm th
continues the above business nt Ills old place on
MAIN STREET, RLOOMSIIUHO.
Customers can be accomodated with
of all kinds, Stovepipes, Tinware, nnd OTCry va
riety of article found lu a Stovo and Tinware Es
tablishment In theitlles.and on the most reason
able terms. ltepulrlligdonenttlieshorlestuoUcA,
Si DOZEN MILK-PAJCH
on hand for sale.
HTOVES OF EVERY VARIETr,
and all kinds of Castings, on hand or supplied on
the shortest milieu and at tho cheapest rate.
COAL BREAKERS AND COALRCUUTKa
IJMIESII ARRIVAL OF NEW
; GOODS. The undersigned has Just arrival
from the City with a large assortment of Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and Dye Stuffs,
IteaJy-MadeClotblng, Perfumery, Toy nnd Fancy
Articles, Druggist's Glassware, Brushes, Trussen
and Hupimrters, and n general assortment of every
thing that belongs to a woll-appolnted Drug Htnn
Also Patent Medicines ornll kinds, such as Jayno'n,
Ayer's, Wlshnrt's, Wlnslow's Soothing Hyrnp,
Brown's Troches, Swain's Panacea, Baker's Col
Liver OU, HoolIand'K Hitters constantly on hand.
MOROCCO LEATHER, KID, PTtENCH MOROC
CO, FRENCH CALFSKINS, PINK
by the rtor.cn or naif-dozen. Atso
HHOE-FINDINQS, FIsniNO-TACKLE, AC
Having had a large experience lu the drug busi
ness, I would respectfully invito Uiose wlshliuc
anything lu that line to call and se t. -'..A be
fore purchasing elsewhere. "In modlclns quality
Is of tho first Importance."
ilUll.l IV. AJW II, IS,
Q D. ROIUUNS & CO.,
Northeast corner of Second and Vino BlreeU,
JOSEPH S. DELL,
Manufacturer of nnd Wholesalp Denier tn
CLOTHING, CLOTHS, CAfiSIMEHES, AND
No. North Tlilrd Street,
Q.OOI) NEWS FOR EVERYBODY.
Owing to tho lata full In gold,
KPHRAIM W. ELWELT.
has reduced his prices to suit all buyers, either at
wholesale or retaU, If you want
SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, HYRUPH, BPICE3,
CRACKEIW. CANNED FRUIT, Dill ED
FRUIT, WOODENWAHE, FISH,
HUVNS, CHEESE, FIiOUll,
FEED, !., Ac. AC.,
glvonmncall. EP1I1IAM W. n.WCLL
J 11. PURSEL,
ll.lv?II--'vs, tS.VllJUil., Al' 1UU.SIS
nnd dealer In
CARPET-HAGS, VALISIi?, FLY-NETO .Ac,
Main Street, Hloomsbnrs, Pa.
poWDER KEGS AND LUMBER.
'i M. MONROE A CO.,
and dealers In nil kinds of
glvlTnot Ice thai they are prepored to aorornodnt
their custom with dlnsitch. and uu the cheat-rat