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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY. PA
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Scnntors, cnst 787,010 votes: Now
State with 2 Senators, casta 819.-
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made by the Cufnwlssa K. It. Co.
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musical public to (lit; atlvortiso-
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for number of years and know
nun, inurouirii una bkiuiui iuu-
and aro pleased that ho has loca-
our midst, as ho supplies n lonf
if jvt i in nn wmir iiinnir i i
tho otlier night wo overheard a
mdio sieai pin
mfi in rut n itirimt
ttnrnfil rIit'il tilttror trt Rtnti n. ulrrppr.
:iv fivpninp' InKt. 1 in mritloii It
iliv iuati. iiu liui i. i vv;i l.iiiuii uuau
von tn thn utfnnf. Iinrmn urn rnnu'ii
nbtrcct, above iMain, ami iv.isi
helow Main. After some inrorm-
Vfrs.il inn thn Pnnni'll ni trmriif'd
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umc. nowover. uotuinEr 01 pud
portnuco wa done.
ivh fipnti uiintii iiiu 11111) 11 iiinii i;
which to mako out tlicir innomo
to the Assessor whether they
aa income or not. Many people
if their incomo does not exceed
they are not obliged to report the
If your incomo is not up to your
Old 110 Inform thnitiililinf lintf Iia
ivii uazeuc nau ccaseu to do u
Liin npnirni imrini tiin tnnnnrrn.
of Mr. Moorhead. a Kepublican.
Ulll nnr linODrotnml tntu n inniiAf
xno interest of tho Democratic
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it contains one nrtlclo with' tlio
uuuugawer. woimvuysnopo 10
C lltlTPIlf in 1 1ll. IntiinrtihiMiiriinL'Ci
would lio of no benefit to us. but
un. Tho more bomucratlu lltcm-
e nave tho bettor.
neiehbur Is Infnrmfd Hint wo
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(eksaHcr it btcamo n DomocrHtic
,anaallthe stock- tra bounht at
.w uu IUIVMI 411 IIUUU Ul lllab
fetosunpottany person for ofllco.
ffi wo havo never received a dol
Bi any candidato or oflleo holder
somif oreditorlnl sujiiiort. Now,
e Kepublican assert that it paid
is holders forty per cent, tuoro
e stock cost tlicm? Tlio nsser
that it paid tlfitt much moro
tho original cost of tho pa
i inero qulbblo, bccDuau heavy
iiial assesuiL'iits woro mado on
ssu 1 1 Statem knts, Accord i ng
l rovisions 01 a law passed by thn
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'luiii'd eacli sprint; to mako nut
"Wish a full and complete state
f tho financial condition of their
townships, und(r a penalty
y dollars. Tho auditors should.
1 'f, uiar uus lace in niliiu, am
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ii cuum iu uu tivvuru ui iiiu
"euro under tho impression that
1v UlWmhln Ii? lin ni.ii.il.. l.n-,
vvaiiiiiij u nil iiiu rL-nuiriifiifiniri
lownship of Conynttham.
(T '""u iiuuiiuTB Keller;
lato thU imjiortaut matter?
illtor of tho BloonnburB CWumMun la
.' ""ccrnoa about thn irmlrlon Hrnlincl.
ViTAiitTY. In Seplembcr of last
year, soveral largo branches wcro cut
from tho willow trees In front of Jiulgo
Kl well's residonco on'Thlrd Street, and
placed In n pllo besldo the fonco. Wo
nouceii in papsinfr ino.oinor (lay, tunc
theso branches hnvo sent forth leaves
from ono end to tho othor. Homo of
tho branches mo piled at least a foot
nbovo tho ground. This is, decidedly,
pluck under dlscotirnclni: clrcuinstan-
cci. wo havo no doubt that If a fonco
wero made of such wood, a grovo of
trees would oventualy mako Its appearance.
NoTi: SlIAVEUS AND THE INTHIINAIj
HnviJNUi:. Persons who sfmvc notes
nro llablo to special tax of broker. A
may navo an oiuco wnero no (iocs
business, D. haviiiR hone, but buying
as opportunity offer, upon tlio street
or elsewhere. If tboy mako it their
business and It Is not necessnrv that It
should bo their solo business, or oven
tneir nrincinai ono tnov nro each I able
to bo assessed in respect thereof to spec
ial tax ot nrniccr. Tho navmcnt. of no
otlier special tax, excepting that of
bunker, covers tho business of a broker.
a. uroKcr pays a special tax or $30, nnd
for failure to apply for nnd pay beforo
transacting business, tho iioualties of
tho law apply as In all cases of neglect
to pay special taxes.
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4? '.WW. . Wo read your Intro.
final"0"01 W.th much Interest,
'"JnlUtf gentl'linn 'uf runt.' 11a nu l)ii.
try .;. iV,.r-3."-""v". M "v
w qutstlons, wo will endeavor to
,f iTi ti,ru ""uucponuout stand
' oB,te.?.1JaU tr"'.lvo our appro-
clans ' 1 l,r,y r,,llllca or
lOVKM,. . l-uu'tl0 imer reauine
seeVp,Wcre aoraowhtU nstonlsh-
i,?.r? tlio i-,s nbushiL' tho
nnd South in tho
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ItoniiKits. Wo had honed that our
town would bo free, for a tlmo at least,
from any further lepredation8,af(er tho
oxcitenient caused by tho burglaries of
a wcok ago, but it would seem that
theroaro some pilferers left vet. On
Sunday night last nn attempt was mado
to rob tho smoke houso of itf. C. Sloan
on Market Street, which, fortunately,
was unsuccessful. Suspicious characters
hnvo beon discovered atunsccmly hours
near other buildings in town, although
wo havo heard of no losses sustained.
It would bo a cood thine to canturoii
gonuino robber and givo him such a
term oi scrvico tor tno atato nswouiu
bo a healthy wai ninir to future asnlrants
for otlier peoplo's goods.
Disastkk. Last Friday ovcninir our
worthy Sheriff was seen comim? into
town in a most deplorablo plight, lead
ing his horses, instead of driving them.
It happened on this wise; his buggy,
which, probably, receives harder and
moro continuous usage than any other
in the county, finally became disgiiited
at Its treatment and "kinder gin eout,"
ono o: the wheels disconnecting itsell
nnd seceding from tlio vest of the con
cern, 'i no norses fortunately iuu not
offer to run away, doubtless because
they were pleased to get rid of tlio bug
gy altogether. Tho process ol recon
struction has been commenced and tho
vehicle, barring "a gentlu odor of mild
decay" will probably bo in as good or
der as it was beforo It broko down.
Tills sort of a conveyance Is a perfect
gou-scnu to carriago uunucrs.
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X1L1. luiiuil illi Uill, ma3t;u mil lulu
Legislator nt Harrisburtr, will protect
deserted wives and bring erring nnd
careless husbands to their senses.:
Sec. 1. That whensoover any hus
band from drunkenness, profligacy or
other course whatsoever, shall for two
success! vo years desert his wife or neg
lect or refuse to livo with her nnd pro-
viuo for her. she shall us to every spe
cies and description of property, wheth
er real, personal or mixed, owned by or
belonging to her, havo all tho rights
and privileges of iv femino sole, to pur
chase or soil mid convey tho same, as if
sho wero solo and unmarried.
Sec. 2. That it shall bo lawful for
any married woman ns aforesaid, to suo
and bo sued in her own iiamo upon all
such contracts us aforesaid, heretofore
mado or to bo made, nnu to suo in nor
own uamo her husband, to recover tho
po-.esslon or her real estate, or tho val
uo thereof, ns If sho wero solo and unmarried.
Hail Stokm. A violent hail storm
occurred on Saturday last, In parts of
tins county, causing mucn uamago 10
trees, glass and growing grain. At-Col.
II. 11. IClino's near Orangeyillo tho
windows wero broken, trees stiipped
of half their leaves and tho grain in
jured. Sheriff Millard lost his cntlro
crop ot wucat lrum ins nirm in ucnire
township, tho storm was especially
sovero in Mifflin wherotho hail fell in
such quantities that heaps wero found,
nrtcr tho storm, of six or seven inches
in depth, ureat damnsro was done to
grain. In Scranton. tho storm was ac
companied by vivid uasnes oi ngiu
nine: two men were struck senseless,
ono of them having ills boot ripped
completely off of his foot, and another.
Georgo Van Loon, was instantly killed
wmiu standing near a winuow in ins
In Iowa, many persons aro reported
killed and immenso damago dono to
trees and crops; cattle, hogs, Ac. wero
killed in largo numbers.
Tho country has not known for many
years such numerous and violent falls
DisTnnssiNd Accident. On Sat
urday lust, as a son of Mr. Jacob Uauor,
of I'lalnflold township, this county,
oged about 12 years, was engaged In
rolling a field of clover on his father's
farm, ho accidentally slipped from tho
machine, tho wliolo wolghl of which
passed over his body. Ills llfolesj body
was found by nu older brother with tho
wholo weight of tho machltio resting
upon tho uiifortunato victim's head.
JmsIoh Free Press.
I. O. of O. P. Tho Grand Lodgoagain
mot on Tuesday morning, at tho hall,
Sixth, below liaco streets lu Philadel
phia. Grand Master Samuel V. Gwln
nor occupied tho chair.
Tlio business transacted was of a pri
vate character, and of interest only to
members of tho order. In tho after
noon tho following named officers wero
Installed for the ensuing year.
-I. II'. O, Master, John U. Springer,
of No. 127.
Jt. II'. J), a. Master. Abert Slack,
of No. 211.
It. II'. G. Warden. William Stedman,
or No. 110.
It. ir. G. Secretary. James 11. Nich
olson, or No. loo.
Jt. Ii'. G. HYcaturcr.liU Richards
Muckle. or No. 4(1.
Jt. W.G.Jt. G.L. U. S.-llobert A.
A Qukuy, A exclinngo asks tho fol
lowing: "Docs it never occur to those
who wish to uso tlio columns of tlio
press for tho advancement of their po
culiar viows upon any subject, that
they ought at least to become paying
patrons of tho paper, beforo claiming
tlio privilege? Publishers often receive
communications, thn publicity of which
will Interest nobody hair ns much as
tho writers, with tho request to "Insert
and send copy to tho author's address. "
Tills is modest, wo admit. Uut iu tlio
caso or these gentlemen, who never do
anything towards sustaining the press,
wo would ask how they expect a vehiclo
rur tlio dissemination or their thoughts
could bo sustained ir tlio community
wero nil like themselves?"
All publishers know that the men
who continually Hud fault with u news
paper, as well us thoso who wish to uso
it most for their own Interest, aro thoso
who do tho least to support and sustain
Importance of Advertising!. A
cotemporary says business men should
havo bill-heads, letter-heads, etc. Of
courso they should. There's nothing
pays bettor than tho littlo money neces
sary to procure them. Of all tho sa.
vings mauo uy unwiso Business men
that of sparing printer's iukis tho most
extravagant. And so thoso peoplo, es
pecially, who havo houses to rent or
sell, and horses or cows to disposo of,
and who stick n contemptible scrawl
on a feneo or iu a poat-ofllco, iu nrdor
to savo tho dollar's cost of a handbill,
loso tou times as much as tlio printing
would cost. A man mov want the homo
or cow, but lio is nfraitl that n man so
mean ns to begrudge tho mere cost or
printing, will forget to tell him about
tlio heaves of tho ono, or tho unrullnes
or tho otlier, nud ten to ono tho liouso
leans or is in danger ot tumtuingdowii.
If you savo tho pennies which wiso men
spend iu printing, tho pounds or profit
win tairo suuicicn. earn oi tiicmseives
to keep out or your pockets.
The AaiiicuLTunAi. Society.
About sixty of tlio 1200 members of tho
uoiumoia uounty Agricultural rioclety
met at tho Court House on last Saturday
afternoon. Tho meetlnir was called to
order by Jacob Harris, tho President or
uio aocieiy. xno secretary then made
a statement of tlio financial condition
of tho Society. About SHOO are in tlio
nanus oi mo Treasurer, numerous re
pairs and unusual expenditures having
reduced tho amount to that sum. It was
shown that tho receipts and business of
tho Society wcro increasing annually.
Tho nomination for olllccrs having been
declared In order Messrs. W. 11. Koons
and Mathias llartman wero placed lu
nomination. Mr. Koons recolvod HO
votes out of sixty and was therefore de
clared elected. Tlio following nomina
tions wcro then mado for YIco Presi
dents, four of whom wero to bo elected.
Messrs. Isaac Heaeock, Sylvester Pur
sol, 13. J. McIIcnry, John Leacock, V.
H. IUeler. T. J. Swisher, Elislia Hay
man, William Sbafi'er and J. P. Conner.
Tho votes wero very much scattered,
hut Messrs. Coiiucr, Shaffer, Puraclmul
McIIenry having received tlio highest
number of votes wcro declared elected,
Tho following gentlemen wero elected
aa tho Executive Commlttco without
opposition, viz. It. V. Clark, James
Kcstcr, aud II. It. KHuo.
After somo discussion tho salary of tho
Secretary was fixed at $100.00;)t annum,
there being but oua dissenting vote.
L. 11. Rupert, J. J. Urower, and W. 0.
fiiciunncy wero tiicu piacea in nomin
ation. Tlio ballot resulted as follows.
Rupert, (1 j Urower, 44 j McKlnnoy, U2,
Mr. Hrowor was thoroforo olectcd.
l)r. llradloy then moved that tho
Treasurer bo allowed tlio uso or tho So
ciety money ns his salary. Mr. Neal
moved to amend by fixing tho salary
ut &70.00 per annum, aud tho motion
then carried as amended, Ellas Men
donhidl won elected Treasurer without
imposition, ami U, 1 llartman was
coutlnucd as Librarian. Tho Society
then adjourned, after which tho Execu
tive Committee hold a session.
OitdAN Consecration. On my way
to church Inst Sunday. I passed tho lie-
loriued Uliurcn, Third Street, and an
extraordinary crowd being assembled
at tlio entrance, I asked if something
unusual was going on there. They told
mCj that the Mito Society of that con
gretrullou had purchased a now oriran.
and that this very morning it was to bo
indicated. .Never naving assisted at
such a ceremony, I entered and was
pleased to seo a pretty, well arrauged,
well furnished aud well kept ediflce.oe
cupicd by a numerous assemblage.
Itev. 1 J. Molir, tho Pastor of tlio
Church, opened tho service with a short
prayer, whereupon the choir sang most
acceptably a very good hymn, without
tho accompaniment of the instrument,
which should not bo touched beforo its
dedication. It was thou consecrated.
nnd solemnly given to tlio exclusivo
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uju ui uBsjstitj in iiiu worsuip oi uou,
whereupon tho choir closed with a pow
erful Hallelujah, Ameu 1 A beautiful
chant was then sung,aud, after tho rea
ding of tlio Scri tures, a lino Solo with
chorus was performed from tho Orato
ris of Daniel, "How lovely is Zion."
Miss Mlntio Sliarpless iiad tho great
kindness to sing tlio Solo, and sang it
witli exquisite taste and great precis
ion. Rov. Mr. Molir preached n very good,
nppropriato sermon on this nernision.
urging with especial emphasis, that not
ull the praying should bo dono nt ono
end, and all tho singiug dono at the
ouier enti oi uio cnurcli ; but as every
hearer should nrav with thn minister.
bo should overy ono sing with the choir
nnu iuu nouso oi uoii oo lined Willi tlio
pwiso ot Uod ! Wo agree heartily with
tho Reverend centleman. and havo ut
tered tho samo opinion on several occasion.
Ithgood Old Hundred and some
fino playing by Dr. 12. A. Ludwlg, Pro
fessor at our Normal School, showing
mini iuu various exeeiienciesoi tno now
acquisition, tlio ceremony was closed.
All prosperity to this church, and our
nearly inaniw to l'astor, Urganist,
Choir and tho ablo maker or the finest
uiuinet urgan wo ever heard, a Mr. J
It. Perry, or Wilkos llarre.
Decoration op Soldiers' Gravks
At a regular stated meeting of Wash
ington Camp, No. 33, Patriotic Order
mjiis ot America, held In their Hail, in
Blooiiisburg, Friday ovoning, May 20th
1870, tlio followinir Preumblo and Roso-
lulions wero unanimously adopted:
Whereas, Tho 80th day or May, has
been set upart as a National holiday
Tor tho purposo of strewing flowers on
tho graves of thoso patriotic sons of
ivmerica who sacriliceu tneir lives in
dorenso or our common country during
tho lato rebellion, and for tho rurtlier
purposo of honoring tlio memory or
iiioso uouio ciiizen soldiers.
Anil whereas, Tho Patriotic Order
Sons or America hold us n cardinal
principal thu inculcation and cultiva
tion oi sentiments or reverence for tho
Constitution, laws, and rundamcntal
doctrine of our American system of
government, mo uest in existence,
lnti Whereas, It Is therefore tho duty
of our Order not only by words, but by
deeds also, to bear testimony to tho
faithfulness of thoso whoso deeds were
worth moro than professions: thereforo
icesoicca, xnat. washingtou camp,
No. 3S. P. O. S. or A will tako Immu-
dlato measures to secure an nppropriato
recognition oi, ana respect, ior, saiu
Jtcsolvcd, That all other organiza
tions, and tho citizens, anil especially
tlio ladies, of Rloomsburg and vicinity,
aro hereby Invited to co operate with
us to that end.
Itesoleed, That contributions of flow
ers, oouquets, and wreaths ucrequested
oi an who nro lavoraoiy disposed.
Jiesolvcd, That tho citizens of Bloo ms
bur'' who aro in nossesslou of anv
information as to tho whereabouts of
uiiierent soldiers' gravos In tho soveral
grave yards and cemeteries Iu this
vicinity are hereby called upon to
mako them known to tho proper com
mittcoas soon ns possible.
Jlesolfcd, That our President, J. R.
nobison, bo requested, nud that Rev,
IS. 11. Cruvnr ami Ttnv. IV .T Wutlnr lin
Invited to deliver addresses and that
uio uioomsburg Brass Band bo request
cd to furnish music for tho occasion.
Jtesolved, That tlio Jtepubltcan nnd
1.U1.L.U1UAIM uu requested 10 puuiisn
theso resolutions and tho programnio
m uuuuuihuu ui uccoruanco uiorowmi.
Attest : W. M. Sloan, Seo'y.
J'ro'jrammc : Flowers, wreaths, bo
quets, tie., will bo delivered at tho va
cant storeroom opposite tho Post Office,
beforo 10 o'clock a. m.. where they will
be taken chargo of by tho proncr'com
mltteo. Bounuots or wreaths rornartlc-
ular graves should bo properly labelled
and the attention of tlio commlttco call
ed to tho samo. It Is requested that the
placing or flowers on tho graves bo left
entirely witu tho order to prevent con
fusion nud mlsuiidorstniidiuir.
The procession will form at 2 o'clock
p. m., at tho corner of Main and Market
Tlio principal oxerclsos will be con
ducted on tlio grounds of Rosemont
Cemotery; Addresses by Rev. B. II.
Crover, Rev. D. J. Waller, andCapt. J.
i. jiuiusuii. lumio y uio Jiioomsuiiri
Committee to find and mark groves:
J. L. Ettla, Chairman, if. H. Rutter,
W. 0. Evans, E. 8. Shutt, and T. B.
Commlttco on Publication, Music, &o,
W, M. Sloan, Chairman, Thomas Scott,
0. A. Kleim.
Commlttco on Flowers; J. I. Stees,
Chairman, N. U. Funk, John Relswlck
iiinyu union ami joint uray.
By order of tho Cnmp.
J. B. ROBISON, Prcs't.
W. M, Sloan, Boo.
HAS tho Sullivan Demnrrnt. mini-inn.
ded publication V Wo hnvn not semi n
copy for soveral in onth.i.
rERHtllLK FALL On Tiiesil.ivnli.lit
last, Patrick Casey, an cmpioyco nt tho
lurnaco or McKolvv. Neal &Ca.. whl Ht
ut work nt tho lop of tho rurnnco,
stopped on tho platform on which tlio
trucks aro raised, but having neglected
to leave steam enough on, to hold tho
iiiuiioruj in position, it. ion Willi him.
Ho caught with ills hands on the Ilm.
bora, but the galo dropped, striking him
on tho head nut! precipitating lilm hair
way to thogtoiind, where ho struck tho
platform, which becamo stationary nt
that point, wheiieu befell to tlm ltouiuI.
The total distance from tho top to (ho
spot where ho was found was nearly fif
ty lect. oirango 10 say no nones woro
broken, and, although ho is Tearfully
bruised and sore, no Immedlato fear of
nis ueain ir icit. n is remarkablo that
ho was not killed outright, as in reality
lio had two falls of twent v-ilvo foot eneb.
cither or which would seem to bo suffi
cient to destroy life.
Van Amiiuhcih & Co'h Mknaoerik.
Friday, tho 3d of June, is tho day
upon which Van Amburgli & Co's great
Golden Menatrerlo Is to visit, ninnnm.
burg, and as it is unquestionably nn
ostabllshmontofgreat mngnltudo its ad
vent, win uo anticipated with interest
b.V Old nnd VOtlntr. Tlln nnllmllnn nr
ttulmols Is not only tho most extensl vo
over brought together In this country,
but it includes many now varieties or
animated nature that havo no vor before
Deen seen nere. Wherever It goes It
receives tho warmest commendation or
the press. Tho following notico Is
taken from tho Ilarrisburg J'atrlol ot
"Van Amburg & Co. camo into this
city yesterday, according to announce
ment, making a splondld display as
tiiey passed through our streots. In
tho nrtornoon, in splto of tho dlsogreo
tiblo weather, thera was a very largo
audience present at tho exhibition, and
at night tho crowd was still groiitor.
Not less than sovou thousand pooplo
probably visited tho menagerie during
the entertainment, and tlio opinion
already expressed through these col
umns in regard to tho merits of tho es
tablishment wero rully endorsed by
overy one whom wo hnvo heard speak
upon tho subject. It Is really a mag
nificent exhibition, and intolligotico and
good tasto aro manifested in nil IN do.
ipartments. Van Amburgli & Co. havo
tiiwiiys ueiu a repuiaiion oi tno very
highest character, but their monagerio
tho present season is an advance upon
everything that they have hitherto
presented to tho public. Interesting,
Instructive nnd admirably managed,
tho Golden Monagerio cmnot fail to
command tho good will and support of
tlio community wherever it may go.
There is a genuineness about tho whole
affair that is particularly refreshing in
theso days of humbug, and it is grati
fying to note that the liberal and pral&o
worthy policy of tho proprietors meets
with duo appreciation from tlio public."
Store Loafers. Many men of un
questioned respectability, and who
would not knowingly do anything uu
gentlemanly, aro in tho habit of spend
ing a great ileal of their spare timo in
tho various stores at which tlipvnrn nn.
customed to do their trading, to discuss
tho various topics of the day. Becom
ing interested in thosubjects under con
sideration, they spend hours where thoy
had tho't of staying but a few moments
and attract others to listen to tlicir con
versation, until in many instances tho
storo thev aro patronlzinc Is linenm tnrt.
ably foil, and customers arodrivonaway
For who does not know that ladies cs
pecially dislike to co into a business
place which Is filled with n crowd of
men earnestly engaged in discussions
more noisy than elegant, and where
they aro in many cases compelled to
listen to words which to say the least
aro not tho most refined found In Web
ster? Several store-keepers havo com-
piuineti 10 us oi tno monopoly ot their
uusiness places by men whom they re
spect and with whom thov like to eon.
verso, but whoso room would nfion lin
bettor than their company, on account
of tho injury to their business rrom tho
frequency and length of their calls.
An inventivo genius has produced
an apparatus which ho says, Is n cure
for snoring. Ho fastens upon tlio nose
it giiiia percua tuoo leuuing to tno tym
panum of tho ear. Whenever thosnor.
er snores, ho himself receives tlio first
impression, nnds how dlsagreeablo It Is,
uiiu, ut courso, reiorms.
The Danvillo Plow made by Hubor
ix. son, seems 10 supply tno wants or tho
wants of tlio fanners. It is tho only plow
that can be relied upon always kopt
on band together with all tho castings,
aisocorn piows, corn cultivators, cultl
vator teeth, ond a great stock offarm
ers tools at reduced prices.
nlS-lt Runyon & Warden.
S. II. Miller & Son hnvo lust rn
eoi ved by Brown Lino a largo stock or
inow uouus; so navo also jj. it. Sloan,
riowor uoiemuu oi urangovilio.
Whoopino Couch is reallv a tcrri
bio disease, but tlio Plnenix Pectoral
will mako tho spells or coughing much
easier, nnu greauy snortcn tno duration
or tho disease. n21-lt
Brown Line cars aro arrlvlm? dnilv
with full loads of merchandize: making
i.. 1 .,..i, . . .
uuiiur iiiiiuuiiii uunverjiiggoousin not
tcr order than any otlier way or trans,
I. W. Hahtman offers to tlio public
a lari:o lot olfino Lawns, (somo or them
over rrom last Season) at cost or less.for
casn or such prottuco as can bo turned
into cash. Call soon If you wish to bo
suueii in colors.
New Books. Stationery, Portfolios,
Pocket-books, Gold Pens.Uaines, Draw
ing Paper. Pencils of all kinds. Paints
ic. Tho latest weekly Illustrated panels
and monthly Magazines. Largo addi
tions to tho Circulating Library, of all
tho freshest and most popular works
ui iriuu nnu iiciiou, ii tno iiook storo
opposlto Court House.
As a blood clcatisor and purifier noth
ing equals Dr. Picrco's Alterative Ex
tract or Golden Medical Discovery. It
cures pimples on tno face, eruptions,
blotches, scrofulous diseases mid nil
sores arising from Impure blod. Sold
by druggists or send three dollars and
twenty-flvo cents to Dr. R. V. Plorco.
Buffalo, N, Y and got threo bottles
ireu oi express cnarges.
The Very Latest! A complete as
sortmeiitof Embroideries, Liees, Trim
mings, Zophyrs, Ribbons, &c. just re
ceived from tho city. Call nnd seo,
nt tho Book Sloro opposlto Court
The Singer Now Family Sowing Ma
chines surpass uli others in plan of con
struction, durability, variety and beau
ty or work; they are easy to understand
nud are considered by skillful machin
ists tho most perfect machines over pro
duced by any company.
Those who deslro n really good and
reliable machine should buy tho Singer,
witli it all tho family sewing can bo
dono in tho best manner and iu n short
timo. Tho agent nt this place recoives
them by tho dozen. Many ladles who,
through tho recommendation of inter
ested parties, havo purchased otlier
makes, regret It und want to oxchango
by paying a cousldtrablo dlfl'erenco.
Tho people havo learned tho advan
tages of tho shuttle machines, making
each stitch sopnrnto with work to run
across tiiblo, and no holding of ends of
thread at beginning,
Do not pay a high price for somo fan
cy brand of Kid Gloves that you know
nothing about, but goto M. P. Lutz's
and get a pair of the Alexander's and
you will bo sura that you aro not cheat
ed, 1.2S per pair.
or unseated lands in columhia co.
AgrooAbly to the provinloiu of nn Act of As-
Itnlilv entltlru nu Act ilirnrtlnir IIia muIa nf
nolllng unsentoil Innds for tnxen noil other pur
pose", pncil tlio thirteenth dnr of March, 181S.
nnil the further supplements thereto passed on
the Mtli ilny of Mnreh, 1817, nnd the 35lh- itny or
March, 18VI, nnd tho 9lh tiny of March, 1817, tlio
Treasurer or Columbia county-, hereby gives no
tice to nil persons concerned therein, (hat unless
I ho County, Road, Hchool, Poor, Ilounty nnd
Htnte taxes duo on the following trarts of unseat
ed lands, situate In Columbia comity, nre pnld
before tho day of sale, I he whole or such pnrts of
ench troct ns will pay tho costs charitable there
on, will ho sold nt the Court House, in the town
or iiioonisouri;, rn., on me lain any or jane, 1870.
nnd to continue by Adjournment, from day to
day.for nrrenimos of tuxes due said County, nnd
cost accrued on encli tract respectively.
No. or Acres, warrantees or Owners. Dol. CIs.
5 Allnbach llenjamtn 8 1 20
,11 Conner Isnlnh, Est 0 61
il Conner riiinuol a 6M
(I't Hewitt ill lieHtdlct 7 a
7 KrlU William Est 1 M
3 Good Jacob 73
K Htcely Philips ta
!W Weaver Ellas 11 41
10 YnntisHlIJI 05
Km Clewell .lucoti Jr 0 ss
61 Ill-obit JB 3 43
Ui Millin er Mifc Geo 18 69
7 Clowell Joseph 2 16
771 Jordan Rober t 69 40
2S0 Porter Andrew 0X170
303 WnlUer Lewis 078 01
Uof 170 Ruston Thomas 02 87
UofSM) Ruston Mary 110 43
1.2 of 170 Huston Thomas (12 s7
ol UKO Ruston Alary Ho 43
fill I'axton Kline & Sharpies 199 25
341 lleasley Johnson zsi 43
381 IIIltzhclmcrThomat 211 43
2,0 ivicKorsnnm Amos im 57
asi fihannou Wm. 1100 83
100 Tllckham uenrgo 01 05
;io mrns i nomas in lis
00 Llndcnmuth, Kline 4 Co 4 12
CO Ltndeninutli lieo It II6
l lot l.eiuy j w 3 07
1 Marr 11 H 3 35
3 " R'lnboldOW 2 31
7 ' Wertman Daniel 2 42
2 " Wallace Wm 4 19
1 " l-Tnnli Yocum 2 47
8 W alker Lewis 3 63
325 Kllno John 2! M
iui Youngjomi 193 91
409 Hcnm Joshua 137 is
nrnwn KntnaiiHi win
i lot uieavcr unit oi
1 " Cooke Catharine 2 03
2 " Cook Darry 8 02
3 " KUngerraan Fred 6 01
2 " Kachclrls Ueo 73
2 " doodman Wm 1 39
400 Kilns John 13 70
Rucknlew Wm Est 9 14
Doty a Pealer 30 45
.. .. jj
" 1 41
" " 1 53
l leckenstlno Nathan 3 33
Freas & Houraan 10 15
Oelsinger Jacob I m
lkeler Wm 5 03
Jones Richard 19 81
Jones James N 1 59
Mcars Williams 10 15
Montgomery Daniel Est 10 US
Pattcthon H W 1 90
Peater Samuel J 12 18
Pealer Ueorge 38
Uuangst Philip 2 01
' Abraham 5 60
Whltenlght Wm 3 33
.ancrjohu 13 11
lloyer Edward 11 01
Lllley Abraham 3 40
Bwauk Geo 70
Jlattlu R F 3 3S
Cooper Mark I" 5 14
lkeler A J l 39
Kline Daniel 4T
Mellck John 38 60
'Iltnian Abraham Est 18 30
Kline .t Hctubetd
Lehigh & Mahanoy R R Co
Sheppard B F
Moigan John D
Moore Grace Mr
Van lluren S E Mrs
Loveland H A
Hauly John G
Fenstermacher J H
Jones Ann T Mrs
Man than John
, Welsh ilarlln
Cain On en
Itrlttnln Wm A
Ulish Reuheu .
Clem W T D
Stackbouso Joseph Hal
JJ of SIS
U of 100
it of 190
Jj of 200
l? of 100
U of 190
y, of am
JJ of 200
H Of 200
i of 100
nlumbla Coal a Lumber Co
Mann a ltoal
Shlpman H W
Wckt Buck .Mountain Coal
Pennington Jesse R
Wagner Philip Jt Co
John Kile i
Rhods .loh u it Jo&eph
Evereit James Est
JacobyOA IC 10
Heath Sylvester 1 01
Ilnrgcrod Isaao so 75
Barnes Thus Jr 3 3
Dewes Gcoigo 20 75
Houer Gtorge M
Morris Danli-1 2 OS
Duty Fiederlck 3 II
Colo William Est 4 63
Colo Ezeklel 20 87
lluckalew James 83 60
Frits Henry W 6 85
Goss Nathunlel 31 co
Robert Gray 21 20
Oenrhart Wllllara 27 93
Gearhart George 8 91
Montgomery Kobt Eat 40 20
ilelleury Daniel Jr 14 63
Young Abraham a 0.1
John Kile 3 30
Mosi-r Jac)b 21 32
Stretch Joseph ' 3180
GlgerJolm 2 64
Groves Brothers 10 76
I,lby Jacob 2 60
Ramsey John Est 63
Ale John 6 61
McCsrty Daniel 74
Mann Chas F
Miller II G Est
Hlilllnail lsalnh '
Hmcck.llrobst, Yetler If auk
Vetler 1) A Isnne
I lOiiganbcrgcr George dee'd
Brown David Mr
Parks Samuel Est
, , DAVID LOWENniJRO,
Bloomsburg, April 8, 1870. Treasurer.
OF SEATED LANDS) IN COLUMBIA COUNTY.
Also tho following lots, pieces or parcels of
Seated Iinds. returned by tho tax collectors, nro
to be sold nt the snme time, under the provisions
01 nn net of Assembly, entitled "An Act relating
to the sale of lands for taxes In Columbia Coun
ty," approved .March Otb, IMS:
Names of Owners.
Martin El Ira
Clark Andrew tract
Halliard John Est
Mann Haldy & Crlswelt
Miller & Mann
Bltteiibcnder & Brelsch
Casey John "Lower"
Llndcrmuth G D
Egen Fa trick
Centre Turnpike Co
Hughes Richard .
1 Velio M M
Preston Improvement Co
Brown M h
Cromly Julia Ann
Yaplo Michael Est
Whlteman H P
Whltenlght Peter Est
Kankey James W
COLUMBIA IRON WOEKS,-
N. W. SAMPLE. 0. W. NEAL. L. J. TAYLOll.
W. W. SAMPLE CO.,
Corner of Main Street, nnd Tj, & 33. Hail Itond,
MAOIIINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS;
HLAOKSMITIIS AND BOILER MAKERS.
Holder Lavlna 41
Kllno Casper 00
Moss D& H 62
Fenstermacher CrovellngACo 12 00
Bloomsburg, March 8, 1870. Treasurer.
" Mt ris't 4.25
" Madison 6.67
" II Creek 3.97
" " 4.41
' " 5.37
" " 6.21
"-54 " 14.61
" " 6.07
UU Tine 20.5.1
" " 9.47
" " 3.32
" F Creelc 3.17
" II Creek 43.07
less Benton 13.41
" " 13.C0
" " 4.73
" B Creek 4.67
"-52 " 17.20
" " " 10.02
' " 9.81
" F Cresk 6.71
" Jackson 4.47
" " 7.0S
" " 6.36
" " 5.43
" " 9.87
" Mi Pls't 4.51
' Maciiion 4.87
" " 4.C1
" " 4.87
" " 4.S7
Will bo eohl at the Court House, in Blooms
burg, on tho second Monday !n June, 1870,
agreeably to the provisions of the Acts of
Assembly in such case mado and provided,
all tho right, title and interest acquired by
said Commissioners in tbe following lots,
pieces, and parcels of unseated lands hereto
tore purchased by them at Treasurers sale
and Leld for a period of more tban fiveyears;
tho day of redemption having gone by, un
less by the original owner.
30. Fisher Jonathan 1852 Beaver $4.41
11. Stroup Adam jr
50. Chainberllu Wm
15. Ilarplno David
18. Hower Georgo
50. Reiaher John ar
65. Millard Wm
60. Whitman Abrm.
309. Cook John jr
200. Bancroft L. G.
100. " "
6. Scott Samuel
25. Ash Samuel
400. Curry Patrick
431. Beach NOB
401. " "
11 Kcelcr Ebcnczer
10. Bower Solomon
676. Calfus Charles
13. Klsner John
30. lkeler William
T22. McCalls John
106. Wagner Philip
76. Colder D
150. York. William
6. Oman John
50. Ituuyan Ezra
15. Bobbins Jos.
100. Hunter Robt.
62. Lebo Henry
70. Lyon Robert
22. Welliver John
343. Barron Johu jr
343. Benson l'eter
124. names Thos
134. Lemon Wm
128. Hall Samuel
127. Yorks Joseph
03. Hess Teter
12. McMulIen Jas
400. Applemon 1' '
150. Fray Chas B
50. Bittlo Samuel
22. Shick Geo " Franklin
50. Colley BE " Jackson
200. Cowjart James " Lucust
200. Miller 4 rifcr " Mifflin
110. Yoho l'eler " "
40. Yobe Jacob " "
10. Grover Michael" Maine
100. Miller i. Telfor "-52 "
33J. Mann A- Boat "
10. Rittcra Eat. Montour
17. Sloan Ceo Orange
150. Peobler 0 11 i. Tino
120. Hoffman Hat. "
200. Woodsido AFrick " S Loaf
25. Hartzcll David 1660 Mifflin
400. Col: C.t I, Co Beaver
400. " " " " "
380. " " " u
400. Delhi Itobt " "
50. Aah William " B Creek
Blank Joaeph " "
Traugh Henry " "
i-arss panics t ureoic
6. Lvars Jacob " G wood
365. Evcrhard Johu ' Locutt
100. Hughca J B " "
125. Hughca Wi L " "
10. Groves M " Montour
60. CrcYeling A " Maine
03. Shumau F B 1(62 Beaver
14. Bowman SB" B Creek
150. Freas Andrew " "
20. EmcckABrobst " Catawiaaa.
3. Longenbcrge Q " Mifflin
SJ. " " ' Maine
60, Shcetz James " S Loaf
"-52 S Loaf
We will meet tho Commissioners of Northum
berland comity, on Thursday, May 19th 1870, for
the purpose of exainlulug the lte for n County
Brldeooverltonrlngt-reek, to bo erected on the
lino between the twi, counties, nt a point lu
Franklin township where said urldge la to bo
A IW-On t rlday, the 201 h lust., wo will be in
nenver township In tako steps to move Ihu did
bridge near Mr. uaac KUngerman.
AIJSO The double track bridge over Fishing,
creek below Bloomsburg, needsanewroor. Pni
posals will be received at this ofilce uuttl Jun.
6i h, for luruUlilug shingles to cover aald brldg.
Wo want good lap shingles. Any one wlshlun
to correspond byletter with us can do so. All
communications will be promptly attended to.
Wo will meet at the office on June 6th, 1870, and
will then bo ready to complete contracts.
DAVID YKAOEH, ) Oommrs.
WM. O, QUICK. V of
C VHUH BOBBINS, 1 CO). CO.
Alltttt W'u. KnicmiAUM, Clerk,
Commissioner's Ofllco. 1
Bloomsburg, May IS, 1870. j
STEAM ENGINES & WATER WHEELS,
ca:r.itAi. .tiAcniMi work ami iiuimihs.
MILL GEARING, SHAFTING, PULLEYS, HANOERa, HEAD BLOCKS,
SAW luLTLXi Gr-BA.3S.HSra- 03? ALL .KIOSnDS,
CASTINGS FOIt KUItNACES
AND ROLLING MILLS.
ALSO CAR WHEELS AND AXLES
AND GENERAL MINING CASTINGS.
BRASS CASTINGS OP ALL KINDS,
AND BAI1UIT MET All
UELFIELD'S CELEBRATED GLOBE VALVES,
STOP COCKS, CHECK VALVES,
OIL CUPS, '
STEAM OUAOBS, STHArVI AMD riTTINaU
COITSTANTITT OINT X-XA.TSTX3.
AGENTS FOIl SPIIVE'S QOVOJRNOli,
ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE THE SIMPLEST AND BUST IN THE WORLD.
MILLWRIGHTS AND MACHINISTS SUPPLIES EITHER ON HAND OR FURNISHED AT
SHORT NOTICE, VIZ; GUM AND LEATHER BELTING OF EVERY DESCRIPf ION,
HEMP AND SOAP STONE PACKING, OILS, RED AND WHITE LEAD, AC.
LESSEES AND SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF -HALL'S PATENT
DOUBLE DISCHARGE TURBINE WHEELS.
LIBERAL .NDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO THE TRADE.
,v,ATl?.,Fi;Ilt3 for tho "EUREKA" Smut and Separating Machlno and "EX-
OfciLSlOH" Brail DllstW. Soilll for plrpnlnr. Rnrplmnn nrnplilnnn onn tin rpoii
at tho works.
HEAVY OR LIGHT FORCINGS,
MERCHANT IRON OF ALL SIZES ON HAND.
Also manufacturers of Wm. B. Douel'd HAY nnd HARVEST GRINDERS,
patented November 2nd, 18G9.
REAMERS, TAPS AND DIES,
BOLTS AND NUTS OF ALL SIZES. MADE TO ORDER.
ORDERS FOR BRIDGE BOLTS AND IRONS SOLICITED,
AND ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED
WE HAVE NOW IN THIB DEPARTMENT THE LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY
AND ARE PREPARED TO MAKE ALL KINDS OF PATTERNS AT SHORT NOTICE.
OF THE LATEST IMPROVED PATTERNS.
Buckeye Reapers Repaired
AND ALL EXTRA TARTS FURNISHED.
MANUFACTURERS AND PROPRIETORS OF
HORTON'S PATENT HAY RAKE.
ALL ORDERS EXECUTED WITH PROMPTNESS.
J65-N. B. Having put In machinery especially adapted to tho nianufucturo
of Moulding Cutters.wo ara prepared to execute largo or small orders, tit short no
tice, and on very favorable terms. Send for Circular and price list.
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renii-dleH lor Consumpttou, discard their preju
dices, und be goerned by thu principle of rea
son and common sense. Jf tho by me in Is dUor
dero-i depend upon It, tn'nlue cases out or tn
the t.eat of ino clhovdtr will be lound In the
b to much and liver. To cleanse and Invigorate
tho stomach and tostlmulatothellcr lo healthy
HCHENCK'S MANDUAKi; PILLS. The dally
InereasiiiL' demand lor theso pills U the best evf
dence or their value. Tliousands upon thousands
of boxes aro sold dally. Why? Simply because
they uct promptly and efficiently. Invalid who
may not find It convenient to call on Doctor
SC1IKNCK in pernon arc Informed that full and
completo directions for ne accompany each
paktiffe of the
MANDHAKR PILT. PtTtMON'IO HVRUP
ANI HKAWEHD TONlC.-The!o medicines will
cure consumption unless the lungs aro so far
gone that the patient Is entirely beyond the
reach of medical relief.
It may bo atlied by thoso who nre not familiar
with the virtues of thefo great remedies, "JIow
do lir. bCHKNL'K'H medicines effect their won
derail cures ol consumption?'1
Tbe answer is a simple one, They begin their
work or restoration by bringing lli stomach
liver and bowels Into nn active- hearthy condU
tfon. Ills food that cures this formidable dis
ease. KUHUNCK'H MANDItAKK 1ULL.S act on
the liver and stomach, promoting secretion, and
removing the bile and Mimo which have result
ed from tho inactive ar torptd condition of these
organs, und of tho system generally. This slug
gbh stato of the body, and the consequent ac
cumulation of the unhealthy substances named
prevent the proper digestion of rood, and. as a
natural consequence, creates disease, which re
suits In prostration and finally In death.
Ht-'HUNCK'B PULMONIC 81'HUP and SKA.
WEKD TONIC, when taken regularly, mingle
with the food, aid the digestive organs, make
good rich blood, und as n natural consequence,
give flesh and strength to the patient. Let the
faculty say what tl may. this is tiie only true
euro for etirsumption, Experience has proved It
beyond tho shadow of a doubt, and thousands
aro to-day alive nnd well whoa few years slnco
were regarded as hopeless cases, but who were
Induced to try Dr. hCHUNCK'8 remedies, and
were restored to permauent health by their uso
Oncof tho rirbt steps the physician should tatce
wltliacoiiNUmptlvo putleutls to Invigorate the
system. Now how Is this to be doner Certainly
not by giving medicines that exhaust and euer
vale mtdicuies that Impair Insteidof improve
the functions of tho digestive orpin. lAtctor
tSCHKNClv'rt medlcluescieanso the stomach and
bowels of all snbstancos which uiocalculuted to
irritate or weaken them, They create auappo
tlt promote htalthful dlgestlou-make good
blood, nnd. as n conbequeuee, they Invigorate
and hirenictben the entlru sbtm, ami mnreis
pecially those parts which are diseased. If this
csuuot be doue, then the caso must baiegnrded
as a hopeless oue,
If the physician finds Jt Jmpoxblble to make a
I'ATIKlw tl-M mmuni, u "niiinrn ciaui
cannot partake of qm nourlshluK lood and
nrnncrlv dlcrestlt.lt Is lmitObslble that ho OA 11
gatu In flesh uiuUlivnk'th; and it U equully lm
Itobsioie to uriyK iwuvuxt iu nun cuuuuiuu hu
nnif ns ilie liver Is burdened witli dUeamfHl lilt.
and the stomach laden with unhealthy sllmo.
Almost I no urm rniursi miiuo iu me pnyKiciau
bv a cousumntlve iatlcnt Is that ho will nre-
sfrlle m&dlclnes that will remove or alia vt lie
cough, night sweats and chills, which are the
suio attendants on consumption. Hut this
should not bo dono, as thecouuh lbonly uu effort
of uaturo to relieve Itself, and tlio night sweats
anu cimis are caused uy me uiseascu lungs, iuu
remedies oidlnarlJy prescribed do mote harm
mail goou. incy impiur iuo luunmui u
stomach, impede healthy digestion, und nggra
vato rather than cure (he Ulbtase,
rrt1Am lo nflnr nil. IlOlllllll lllrO fattA With
which to sutwitantiato apposition, aud it Is upon
facts mat ur. (M.iir..v jv uuuj ti nun
hae luken his nutllcino In accordance with hU
directions have not only been cured of conxump
tloti. but, from the Jact that these medlclijtM act
with wotulerjul i-owir ain the dlgwiuve organs
patients thus cured sinedlly gain ilesli. t'lcuiis
Ing the tem of all lmpurltiea, they lay tho
foundation for i solid, substantial structure.
Itesiuriutf tl.efo orgsus to health, they create au
opiwtitc. Tu. foodls properly ahsimllatexlt the
quantity of blood U hoi only lncii-aed, but U
made rich und strouc und In the. fucvuj such a
coudltlou of (he system till dUiwu hiul be b&u
lshed. .... .
Full directions accompany each of the lucui
clntis, su tbut H Is uot abolutrly necessary that
patients shou aseo w. Bi;iit.i;v-jv
uulessthev deslro to have their Jungs examlmd.
f or mu p
15 North r
dvlco is cUen wHIiowl charge, but for
thorough examination wUU tho llespirome r
thecnargo.-. . HMtm
this purple he Is at his prluclial offict ;. No.
jJortli Hlxih Ht.. c"fiu;r oi Commerce. Pb .
;h!a, very Kaiurdsy, from A, M, uulil l
ivlco is given wHIiowl charge, but for
rlugU "xainluatiou with tho llespirome
Price of the rulmonlc Syrup and Beawt4
Toiflo each. I LRU per bottle, or tfw a half oH
Mandrake VllUWcenUu box. 'or "U by U