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Frldny Jlornliis, Oct. 7, ISTO.
j-TIIR OIH.UMUIAN hoi tli Largest
Circulation of njr paper published lit
Northern Pennsylvania, runt It also a
much larger sheet than anj- of IHcotem
porarlesi anil Is therefore the lie-si medium'
for advertising In this section ofthe Slate
In taking chargo of tho Columbian,
Iho present proprietor ntnl editor has
merely to say lio will endeavor to clvo
Ills readers a good newspaper for tho
vicinity of Columbia county, embrac
ing local nnd general news of public In
tercst nnd such other Information as Is
usually desired. Bom nnd reared In
what was then Columbia county (now
Montour) and having nil tho rest of his
Mo lived in neighboring counties, and
In constant lntercourso with many of Its
leading citizens, ho Is not a stranger to
tho peculiar character, and wants and
Interests, of tho peoplo with whom ho
voluntarily casts his lot. wlillo owned
or edited by him, of course tho pnper
will bo thoroughly devoted to tho ad vo
cacy of tho stralgh test lluo of Democratic
principles, and of ivgular nominations,
fairly made, iu tho foundation stouo
upon which tho structure can alone so
turcly rest. With no disposition to In
dulge in profuso promisesor to multiply
fair words, tho editor has only to ex
press tho hopo and belief that his Inter
courso with tho peoplo of Columbia
county will bo a pleasant ono of long
No party can long remain strong or
powerful unless Its nominations nro re
spected nnd sustained. And none but
most gravo reasons can Justify a refusal
by member of a party to support tho
nominations mado by the constituted
authority. A most certain means of
breaking down a majority party is for
the minority to sustain volunteers, and
thus assist to create division, multiply
ill feeling and Anally waifa.ro and de
morallzitlon in the ranks of tho major
ity. Of courso by such action tho mi
norlty becomes demoralized too, but if
any good Is to result from general de
moralization wo havo yet to discover it.
Tho plain, safo way is to support tho
nominations mado in Convention, and
thus avoid all cause for irritation and
quarrels. If ono candidate is defeated
or "cut" this year, ho and his particu
lar friends will naturally embrace the
first opportunity for vengeance, and
then strife will continue to begot strife
until hatred and anarchy tako tho placo
of friendship and unity. Thus tho
strongest majority may render its pow
er contemptiblo and become the victim
of a weak minority. Democrats of Co
lumbla, it is to bo hoped you will savo
yourselves .from this "nettle danger"
by encouraging union and harmony,
which can only bo done by electing the
regular ticket. "Every thing for the
cause, nothing for men," was tho uni
versal motto of tho party in tho days of
Us glory and power. Lot us not provo
Mechanics and Working-men!
18G0, March 22, Mr. Johnson moved
a suspension of tho rules so as tocnablo
him fo submit this resolution :
llcsolved. That in passing the resolu
tion for tho 16th amendment to tho
Constitution of tho United States, this
Houso never intended that Chincso or
Mongolians should become voters.
Tho motion was lost yeas 42, nays
100, not voting 43. Mr. MERCUR DID
NOT VOTE AFFIRMATIVELY 1
As tho result of this action, or refusal
to net, thousands upon thousands of
Chlucso idolaters aro now belug impor
ted into nil parts of this country, the
Inovltablo effect of which will bo to rob
labor of itsjust reward, and to debase
and practically enslave laborers espe
cially whito laborers.
Let workiogmen of every class re
member that the Republicans havo con
ferred equal political rights and pow
ers upon tho Ntgroes placed them in
that regard upon a level with White
Men and that they now seek' to placo
the Chineso pagan upon tho samo level!
Worklngmen, STRIKE EFFECT
IVELY WHILE YOU HAVE POW
ER! Ere another Congress passes It
may ho TOO LATE I Captain Brock
way is ono of you, and of course all his
sympathies aro with you. Mercur has
refused to givo his vote to protect you,
and you have no reason to believe ho
will chango his courso. Maintain your
rights while you havo them, for that is
much easier than to obtain them again
after they are once lost.
Capt. Brockway and tho tariff.
The statement that Capt. Brockway
advocated Frco Trade sentiments in
Bradford and Sullivan is untrue. At
Albany, Laporto, Dushoro, Camptown,
Towanda and Troy, ho pointedly pro
claimed himself in favor of n Protect
But what record havo our opponents
on this subject? Neither Grant or Con
gress, In which tho Republicans have a
two-third majority have such abhorrence
of Frco Trade as our opponents would
have tho public believe. Grant's first
official act was to appoint A. T. Stew
art, a notorious Frco Trader, Socretary
of the Treasury. Congress, and Mercur
voting with the majority, reduced the
Tariff on pig-iron from $9 to $7 per ton.
Tho Tariff is lowor now than it has
been for ten years. When gold was ISO
that In Jlsolf was a protection j but now
Sold is down to IIS, and to mako mat
tors worso tho Tariff is reducod. The
Now England manufacturers maungo to
protect themselves, but Mercur inter
poses tho pitiful plea that tho interests
of Pennsylvania could not bo guarded
If so, it shows tho weakness of tho mon
wo send thcro.
Tub volunteer candldato for Sheriff
complains that tho Controlia nnd Con
yngham dolcgatw in Convention voted
for Capt. Millard Instead of him. und
Jmputes to them corrupt motives for
tho act, and Justifies his becoming a
cnndldnto against the ticket on that
ground. Thcro is, ns wo understand, a
plain, ehort answer to all this s Thoso
delegatea wero electod in favor of Mil
lard and only carried out their instruc
tions and tho understanding at homo,
In supporting him. If they had voted
for another they would have violated
both faith and duty and Just complaint
could havo been made. Wo cun discov
er no reason whatever iu this case for
bolting tho nomination, or for Brum.,
In a recent speech at Lock Haven,
Mr. John II. Oitvis, of Cetitro county,
pointedly cnllcd attention to "tho great
' chango which had occurred In public
sentiment, within a comparatively
' brief period, upon tho subject of ofll-
clal corruption, and that not long
" since, whenever tho chargo of official
corruption against a public man could
"bosustalnod by rcllablo ovldcnce, It
"was fatal to tho standing and prospect
'of tho Individual, whllo now such a
'change, when proven, was met with
"tho answer, 'Well, ho Is no worso than
" his follows.' "
Some twenty-flvo years ago, Mr.
James H. Laverty, then a member of
tho Legislature from Clearfield county,
was publicly accused of having received
pay for procuring tho passago of cer
tain bills through tho body of which ho
was a member, and as ho was unablo to
clear his skirts from tho chargo, such
was tho storm of odium which fell up
on his head, that ho had not tho cour
age to resumo his scat, but absconded
from tho Slate. In contrast, at this
time, scores of mon, (readily named)
who notoriously accept compensation
for their votes, not only boldly occupy
their seats, butnro frequently ro-clccted
with a full knowledgo of their dlshou
csty by tho electors, and, what is equal
ly reprehensible, command courteous
treatment in society and nro admitted
to respectabto association. It is no con
solution to aver tho palpable truth that
a constituency who elect a rogue, or n
person under gravo suspicion, aro no
hotter than ho. Tho nbuso exists, and
it 13 high timo that thcro should bo
thorough reform both as regards repre
sentatlves of tho class in question and
Another illustration is to bo found in
tho history of tho lato Thaddeus Ste
vens. Whllo Canal Commissioner of
this Stato, ho squandered tho public
monoy with a lavish hand, for partisan
purposes. Although ho was not accused
of appropriating any portion of it to
Ills personal use, tho fact of what was
then regarded as public dishonesty, so
completely crushed him, that ho passed
from public view until tho peoplo camo
to look with less disfavor upon official
But there is still another and perhaps
oven more dangerous species of official
corruption, viz : that of high officials
accepting presents of great and even
Immense value, nnd then shamefully
conferring offico nnd high distinction
upon me uonors, many or whom wcro
without peculiar fitness and were inca
pable of raising themselves from ob
scurity by tho ordinary means embra
cing energy, integrity nnd ability. In
tho early days of the Union, tho proffer
of a present to tho President was not
only reproachfully rejected, but thopro-
poslng donor was thereafter excluded
from Presidential intercourse, and nei
ther public demand, public necessity, or
other cause, could havo ohtalnd for him
a Presidential appointment or personal
favor of any character. Tho offico of
President was then regarded with such
respect, both by tho occupant of it and
the people, that even tho slightest ap
pearance of merconary motive was
shunned and condemned. What is the
stato of affairs now, In that connection ?
Whoso check would not mantlo with
shamo were tho honest inquiry mado
of him by a person of another nation ?
The remedy for nil this evil is simple
enough, but will it bo applied? Certain
ly it Is clear that tho peoplo must firm
ly determino to rofuso their votes to
corrupt men, and also thoso under sus
picion, or forover submit to tho basest
and moancst villainy in public offico, at
their own cost and to their own oppres
Wo say, withhold your votes from nil
men who aro oven under strong suspi
cion, for if you wait for such evidence
as would legally convict, you may keep
on electing rogues to offico until dooms
day. Thero is a great abundanco of
well qualified men of undoubted integ
rity to fill all tho offices under tho sun,
with myriads to sparo. Let all selec
tions bo made from theso. If any body
suffers by It, let him llvo bo that ho will
not bo seriously suspected.
Vou can Voto Although not Regis
By roferenco to Sec. 4 of tho Registry
Law, (published, In another column in
tho Sheriff's proclamation will be seen
that you can vote if not registered. But
it Is required of tho voter, if not reg
istered, to mako an affidavit, stating to
the best of his knowledgo and bollef
whero and when ho was born, that ho
is a citizen of Pennsylvania and tho
United States, that ho has resided In
tho State ono year, or if formerly a citi
zen therein and removed therefrom,
that ho has resided therein six months
next preceding said election j that ho
has not moved into tho district for tho
purpose of voting therein; that ho has
paid a State or county tax within two
years, which was assessed at least ten
days beforo tho election, and tho affida
vit shall stato when and whero tho
tax was assessed and paid, and tho tax
receipt must bo produced, unless tho af
flant shall stato that it has been lost or
destroyed, or that ho received none.
In addition to this, you must provo
by tho printed or written affidavit of
somo qualified voter in your district,
your preciso residence in that district
at least ten days noxt preceding tho
in addition to all this must stato In their
nffldavlt when, whero and by what
court thoy woro naturalized, and must
produce their "papers."
Tho necessary blanks for making
theso aflldavlts should bo furnished to
you by tho election ofllcers, upon your
request; should they refuso, preparo
them yourselves, embodying all the es
sential facts ; and tho election ofllcers
are bound to receive your vote, or be sub
Ject to sovero penalties.
Persons between twenty-ono nnd
twenty-two years old may vote on age,
as Heretofore, without payment of tax,
whether registered or not. Lei no
Democrat or Conservative be deterred
from voting by tho provisions of this
EVEKV MAN Wno COULD VOTK miC-il
to the i'absaoe op the reoisthv
Law, may btilij vote.
Biiockway is a self-mado man, a
working man, a young man of tried
patriotism and personal bravery, of
great energy of character, active, enter
prising and efficient In overy relation
in which ho has ever boon placed, Com
mendable qualifications for a Congress
man anu sucu as deservo encourage'
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Iffcglcct of Duty.
Only substantial reasons ought to ox
cuso n public officer for nbsenco from
his post of duty. Especially Is nlnon
tcclsm reprehcnslblo In officers of n
representative position. As members
of Congress nro particularly well paid,
they ought to bo held to a strict per
formance of duty, and nbsenco, oxcopt
for gravo reasons, should uovcr bo ex
cused. Tho frshlonablo modo of excu
sing thcmsel ves now is by "pairing off."
This Is tho way they do It : Mr. A. Is
a candldato fur rcnomlnatlon, and ins
peoplo tako him to task for his absoncn
when somo question Important to his
district camo to n voto. Mr. A. assorts
that ho "paired off" with Mr. U., and
a letter Is printed from Mr. B., in proof
thereof, and advising Mr. A's constitu
ents to return him to Congress by all
means. No doubt it is understood that
Mr. A, is to do tho samo favor for Mr.
B. If Hko complaints nro entered against
him lu his district. This Is certainly a
cheeky gamo nnd only equaled by tho
"dodging" that makes It necessary.
These gentlemen nro paid $3,000 for a
fow months time, and they should bo
honest enougii to put in that timo at
Washington attending to tho business
thoy nro entrusted with and paid for,
That is, ono hopes to be excused for
neglect, of duty becauso ho induced
Fomo other member to do tho same 1
Taking Caro of tho Radical Cripples.
Tho Domocracy of Oregon having
elected a Senator to supersede Gcorgo
W. Williams, tho Radical who has held
the placo for sotno years, General Grant
is forced to find somo place at tho pub
He crib for tho defeated loyalist. It is
now said that ho will bo appointed So
llcltor General. This is a now office,
created by n Radical Congress, with t
salary of $7,000 attached. It will an
swer as n snug berth for tho political
cripplo from Oregon. It is likely ho
lias grown rich along with other RadI
cal Senators, but it is only natural that
ho should accept u fat offico in Wash
Ington rather than return to tho Pacific
coast to minglo with tho people who
havo repudiated him. If Grant should
undcrtako to provldo offices for all tho
defeated Radical candidates who will
bo hobbling about after tho Congres
sional elections in October nnd Novem
her ho will bo compelled to turn ont
somo of his many cousins.
Strasburg having capitulated, tho
Prussians aro concentrating their entire
force beforo Paris, excepting tho army
around Metz nnd tho garrisons of cap
turcd fortified towns. Frequent sorties,
with indifferent succoss, nro constantly
mado by tho beleagurcd forces io Paris
Peace negotiations do not appear to
progress, mainly, perhaps, for want of
a stablo government in Franco to treat
with. Trochu rules in Paris, Bazaino
in Metz, a Republican Committee
claiming to bo tho Government in
Tours, tho Rod Republicans in Lyons,
&c Neither of theso acknowledges
tho nuthorlty of tho other. An election
is to bo held on tho ICth Inst., for dele
gates to a National Assembly, and these
will probably form a government which
may havo sufficient power to mako a
treaty of peaco. Tho adhercntB of Na
poleon still look (o ills restoration in
An imraenso Democratic meeting lias
been held in London I The Throno
was threatened and a Republic, talked
of, which will probably end in talk.
Tho Russians nro again apparently
preparing to swallow up Turkey.
Tho Italian forces havo occupied
Rome, and tho peoplo havo voted in
favor of political annexation to tho
Kingdom of Italy. Tho Pope remains
at Rome, whero ho will continue to ox
erclso spiritual but not temporal power.
Moro or less agitation prevails
The New York Sun, which helped to
elect Grant, now says :
Ills administration is bad, foolish,
weak, cowardly, corrupt, anti-American,
contemptiblo nbroad. It is impos
sible to speak lap truth and deny that
this is not bo. It is impossible) for an
independent journalist, anxious to dis
charge his obligations to tho people, to
conceal or palliate facts so fearful and
Tho President is incompetent, lazy,
neglectful of his duties, unablo to com
prehend them, nnd careless about per
forming them. He appoints men to
office Blraply because they have made
him presents, or aro relations, or be
cause some foolish caprlco promDts.
Ho degrades tho country in tho eyes of
all tho world, and stands trembling
like a coward for fear of a corrupt and
bankrupt power like Spain. Tho man
who served tho nation as a soldier is
covering us with shamo as a President.
Attention, Wokkinomen.-Wo aro
informed by undoubted authority that
last weeK tnreo car loads of negroes
passed through Northumberland and
aro now encamped below Milton. They
not only expect to bo employed on thu
extension of the Catawlssa R. R. and
thu3 displaco so many whlto laborers,
but they are all registered, and by their
hired and imported votes expect (o do
feat tho wishes of tho majority of the
peoplo of Northumberland County.
Shamo on a party, and shamo on tho
mon who employ a sot of travelling
hlrollngs to chango tho honest verdict
of tho people. Even decent colored
men will hang their heads with shamo
to learn that their raco is being carted
from poll to poll for such In famous pur
The Sullivan Free J'rcss says, "thero
uro certain men In Pmlioro who havo
heretofore been Identified with tho Ro
publican party," who "aro cxortlng
tliolr energies In behalf of Capt. Brock
way, tho Democratic candldato for Con
gress." Had tho editor elovaled his
spectacles and oxtended ills vision over
tho district ho would havo seen many
other men who "havo heretofore been
Identified with Iho Republican party,"
who aro now heartily supporting Capt,
Some of tho Republicans think Capt.
Brockway is too young to go to Con
gress. Eight years ago ho was deemed
old enough to handlti a Battery in tho
faco of tho enemy, whllo Mercur to
mained at homo making monoy out of
tho war. Ho at least is old enough to
follow Mcrcur's oxamplo of doing noth
ing but drawing his salary.
The latest internal rovenuo decision
Is to tho effect that tho bung of a cask
not the splggot.
i" in ii i 1 I ' ' - T
A. FULL VOTE in Columbia
county will gain a Congressman 1
A FULL VOTE in Columbia
county will elect tho whole Demo
cratic ticket 1
A FULL VOTE in Columbia
county will prevent its annexation
to Kojmbhcan counties in luturc
A FULL VOTE in Co
lumbia county will exhibit the
power ot its Democracy, encourage
friends, depress opponents, com
mand respect and influence, and in
crease strength !
DEMOCRATS OF COLUMBIA,
you have therefore every induce
ment to .attend the noils, to vote
tho straight Democratic ticket, and
to sec that every Democratic vote
is polled I
TURNOUT TO A MAN!
And let every man see to it that
his neighbor attends the polls also
LET AMPLE MEANS
bo everywhere provided to take
voters to tho noils who have no
conveyances themselves I
after the lukewarm, the careless
and the indifferent I
LET NOT A VOTE REMAIN
and power, and dory of tho Du'
mocracy of Columbia, will he
largely enhanced by a stern effort
on the part of every one to do his
wholo duty to his party and his
A LARGE DEMOCRATIC YOTE
this Fall presages future victory.
A small Democratic vote will dis
courage our friends every where
RALLY TO THE POLLS !
GIVE OjYE EARNEST
DAY TO YOUR COUN
Ecbuke extravagance ! Rebuke
plunder and corruption !
ELECT YOUR CONGRESSMAN
and thus rebuke Negro Suffrage,
Governmental extravagance, tho
squandering of the Public Lands
to Railroad Corporations savo the
lands for tho benefit of the Labor
ers of the Nation, prohibit the im
migration of idolaters, who, of no
good, will debase and rum Labor
condemn burdensome taxation
and national extravagance, extor
tion,and tyrannical Government
reinstate peaco and good will, and
just and frugal government, with
the rights and dignity ot white
men unimpaired !
EVERY HAH TO THE POLLS!!
The New York Sun thus takes Pres
ident Qrantand his Cabinet to task :
"Tho Tribune announces that Judgo
Richardson, Acting Secretary of tho
Treasury In tho absence of Secretary
Boutwell, has also been appointed by
President Grant to bo Acting Attorney
General in tho absenco of both the At
tornoy General and his assistant. In
this doublo capacity of Acting Secro
tary of tho Treasury and Acting At'
torney General, Judgo Richardson nt
tended n Cabinet meeting on Friday, at
which they discussed tho policy to bo
adopted in viow of tho present momen
tous complications In Europe. What a
wonderful administration that must bo
whoso members nro all off on plcasuro
excursions when such matters aro to bo
considered I And what n fine subject
it will be for democratic stump speech
03 In 1872 1"
Meucuk In this end of tho District
talks about protection to American In
dustry. Why did ho not protect Amer
lean labor by voting to provent tho im
portation of thousands of Chinamen
who are now competing with It ? Tho
Coollo system degrades and debases la
bor, and yot Mercur refused to vote for
a resolution that theso Chinamen should
not be entitled to the privileges of cltl
In "loyal" Bradford not n slnglo sol
dicr has a county office, nor is thero ono
now on their ticket as n candidate.
they having thrown Gen. Madlll over
board. Columbia county has soldier
candidates for Congress and Sheriff, and
ncr ProthoHotary and Register & Re
corder havo been soldlera. Who nro
the soldiers friends ?
The Brooklyn Union says tho noxt
Vico President of tho United States
must bo a negro. "If," ndds that Jour
nnl, "Mr. Rovels wero nn nblonnd bril
llnnt mnn, who had mado his mark on
tho nation, ho would Inevitably bo tho
candldato. But ho is not a man of suf
ficient cnlibro and prestige." Why not
also noralnato n negro for President ?
piEiTHEKuen. urant nor uongrcss
can claim any credit for tho reduction
of tho public debt. They do not pay n
cent of It. It comes out of tho pockets
of an overtaxed people.
Bkadi'oiid County lias had the Con
gressman over sinco tho formation of
this district. Is it not timo that another
county should enjoy whatever local ad
van tago thero is lu it?
Youno MEN.encourago political par
ties to nominate young men for olllco.
Brockway's election will do much to
produce tho nomination of young men
Ouu opponents boast of tho financial
success of tho present administration.
Why is it, then, that n greon-back dol
lar is worth only 70 cents in coin?
The Sulllvun Democrat gives Mr.
Brockway enthusiastic and efficient
support. Of courso tho contrary stato
inont was a coined falsehood.
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BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY,PA.
IJogus tickets, in various forms, nro
being circulated throughout tho coun
ty. Examlno your tickets carefully,
therefore, and soo that thcro nro nono
but gcnulno names upon them.
All manner of statements on tho eve
of tho election that aro not well authen
ticated or known to bo truo, should bo
regarded nnd treated ns falsehoods.
As wo havo no Stale ticket in iho
Held this year tho issuo Is on tho con
gressional and legislative tickets. "Wo
trust that our friends understand mor-
oughly tho imporlanco of tho contest
in which wo tiro engagod j that In nil
tho closo congressional districts, repre
sented now by radicals, they will poll
their strength to tho lost voto, ami Bparo
no effort before tho final struggle to In-
suro n chango of representation. It
would bo n glorious triumph, effecting
a chango horo and n chango there, to
alter tho political complexion of tho
national IIouso of Representatives, or
even to reduco materially tho radical
Hut it is of still moro importnuco to
the democracy of Pennsylvania to carry
tho next legislature, so that wo can
chango tho congressional and legisla
tive districts, which nro so unjustly
constructed now, that it 13 almost an
impossibility to carry a democratic ma
jority, or oven elect n number of repre
sentatives and senators in any uegroo
proportionate to tho voto wo cast. If
thcro woro no changes from radicalism
to democracy and tho former party not
ed as n unit and polled its full vote, a
majority on a fair proportion of demo
cratic representatives cither in the Sen
ate or IIouso could not bo elected. But
fortunately for tho domocracy and for
the country, tho radical party is now in
a courso of disintegration, and can nov-
cr again poll tho voto it has polled for
bovcral years past. Therefore, if tho
democrats everywhero aro active, mid
turn their attention particularly to tho
selection of senators nnd members of
assembly, wo shall not despair of sue
Why-the Taxes aue bo High.
During tho Administrations of Jackson,
Van Buren, Polk, Pierco and Buchan-
in, tho expenses of tho aovcrnmont,
exclusive of tho Interest of tho Public
Debt wero as follows :
During Jackson's term $1 10 per head
" Van Buren's " SI 78 "
" PolK's " $1 75 "
" PIcrco's " $1 00 "
" Buchanan's " $2 10 "
During Grant's first year it was $1 70
" " second " " 10 2S
Thcro is somo differenco in these ox
pcndltures, a fact worth noting by tax
Voteus, remember that hundreds of
millions of ncres of tho public domain
havo been given nway to mammoth
railroad corporations, and stolen by
members of Congress, within tlio pa-it
few years. Mr. Mercur, wo under'
stand, cither voted for all these swindles
upon the country, or else dodged the votes,
to let these swindles pass. Would it not
bo well for tho voters of tho District to
dodge him on tho second Tuesday of Oc
Anothuii Radical collector lias rob
bed tho government of ono hundred
and fifty thousand dollars. This time
the offenco was committed in Kansas,
Theso robberies aroof dally occurrence,
and yet no particular notlco Is taken of
them. Slnco tho beginning of tho
Graut administration six millions havo
been stolen from tho government by
Radical officers, and no notlco bus been
taken of tho fact savo an occasional ar
rest, which means nothing. Age.
The way to Canvass. Last week
Judgo Mercur sent a fow stickers to a
Democrat In "Wynlusing, Bradford Co.
accompanied by a ten dollar greenback
For further particulars inquire of Hi
Judge Holcomd and Bartlott, noted
Freo Traders of tho Wilmot Scliool.aro
traveling Bradford county In Mercur's
Yellow fover Is prevailing at Gov'
crnor's Island, Now York.
Wheat per bushel f 1.(0
Hyo " .. I cu
Corn ... I 0)
Oats. " to
Klour per barrel 0 m
Clovcrseed H ivi
Flaxseed w 2 (W
Tallow ... , w io
I'otatoes , w 60
Dried Apples .. 3
Hides and Hhoulders 17
lard per pound a
liny per ton is ou
rjo. 1 Hcotcn pig .. 32M
Jfft " - I203J30
illoom,..H....,HH .,.. ,.,.o0
Hemlock Boards per thousand feet.-...., 110 00
" " " (one Inch) ...... laa)
.,wiv, nwiuuiuu, 1-JUI1K, ItlfllllOClfcl 13 UU
Hhlnsles, No, 1 per thousand , H 00
" " 2 " " 7 lio
Bldinu " ft ........g 1 ou
Northwestern superfine at
North wektcru .family...............
WIIKAT 1'euusylvaula red, Y bus,
Western " '
Itvn reumjylvuuta rye, tlbus,
1'movibions Mess 'otk,n bbl..
1.373 81 as
Dressed Hoes, sa te""!""'.' laWo
Smokod Hums ajjcwaivio
. " Shoulders vt loQ)UJ?o
Tlmolliyseedy bus....... U.50
CATTLE-Heef CaltloMto ...
Cows, ii head WjaW
BlIKKw It) 6l5cS o
IIOOH- 100 tts 8l2.jJU5o
HI INTZ L KM A N HT EWA 1 1 1) A t Iho residence
iif Jesse 1 Hterlcli, by Huni'l DlcUerleu, Ksei.,
Hepl, ,4th, Henry llenlzlcmun, to Miss Aiui
line Bteward both of Ceutiovillo, I'u.
fcilOMKU-NHMOFhSEU-On tho S5lh ult.,by
the same, Joslali Kramer anil Miss Klliabclh
Niiuuessor, both or Cenlrevllle, 1'a.
UUHSEI.T.-UUEEcn-On tho 17lh Kit., at tho
nsldeiico of the bride's parents, bv Uev. I'. J.
Jlohr. Mr. Alonto J. Unwell, to Miss Mary U.
Urcece, ol llluoinsburg,
MOpitK In tlri-enwood. on the SHh ult.. Mr.
Abraham Moore, aged 111 years, 3 mouths und
DKAGLB On tho llth ult., Nicholas C.son of
John lleagle of Hemlock twp.. aged J year, 2
months und 21 days.
11 AI.LIKT-Oii tho 17lli ult., Joteph J..son of
Joseph and Catharine Hall et, of Uloouikburir
gl 13 y cam, 3 mouths nnd dSy7'uumUUB
A dividend of 3 per cent, on tlio capital slock
of tho Catawlssa nrldjto Company, will be paid
to nil "lock holders or lliclr legal representative
on and after October lOlh, ma. ,,
VAMJAUM: HHAti ESTATE.
III iiiirmnnce of nn nrderof tlio Orphans' Court
of Columbia county, tlm undersized Adminis
trators, etc.nr Henry Yost of tlio township of
Locust in Mild county, deceased, will "po'iolo
public salo on the piomtscs, on HATUHUAY,
October a), 1SJ1), tlio followlnis described real cs
lute, to will A certain t.loco or parcel und
TRACT OF LAND,
situate In Locust two,, In said county, ndjolntm!
landt of (leorno KrvUlior, Win. lloncli, luulel
Hupp nnd others, containing
moro or less, tho greater part of tho simo being
TmiMSorHAI.E! Ten per cent, or ono-iouriu
, i ml. nan ..inn air tnliAtlllil lit InRStMlCltlS
down or tlio properly! tlio iiiie-fourth loss Iho
ten per cent.,ni uio cimiinuuiiuu nu r....u,
and Iho remaining tlireo-rourlhi In ono soar
hereauer, wmi imeicsnnjniuuiininiun'Mi
..rni...t.nr in iiv r.ii- deed nnd statnns. Posses
sion Riven on tho payment or one-fourth of tho
purehn-so money. Lato tho estato of kim floury
Yost deceased. EM.Allhl II TOS1,
p U B
LIC SAL E
V A L U A 11 L E
A L ESTATE,
T.i iitrio'tipnnfnn ni-iler nf Ihn nrnllftlm Court
of Columbia county, r., Augustus Troub. Ad
ministrator of John Traub, deceased, will ex
pose to publics lie nt tlio lato resilience ol 'said
deceased, In Ijjcust townshlp.ou W bl)Nl.SIA ,
OCroilKIt 21, I8J0, at nlno o'clock In tho foro
noon, the following dosjrlbod re.il ostato to wit!
All that certain messuage or
TRACT CF LAND,
sltuato lu said township, ndjolnlng lands lato of
John II. Uluiinp, isn-io irwin, i urns i.uo ui .mim-a
altars, ana ftiyan ivice, coiil.iiuiu
12 ACRES AND 17 PERCIIEd,
mnrnnrlnvi. all cleared land. ALSO All that
rnrtnlii i,1n,n nf frrnilllil. Ktttl.UO 111 ItoarltlUCrcek
lOWIlSllip, unjoining imms m .UK'iuii'i o miurii;i,
Daniel ticuscl, Isaac llreach and J. 1'. I'lucher,
5 ACRES AND 102 PERCHES,
ucnt measure, covered with good
CHESTNUT AND HOCK OAK.
a fitin vinovnrd. which boro beavllv Ihls year,
u iiniin the llrst described propel ty. also n good
npplo orchard, n never falling spring of water,
and u htono spring house.
ll n a l
V A L U A 11 I, E
Tim nniipr!fnnd. flnardlan of Iho minor chll
,lr-n nr Uetil.iiuin Nuss. Into of Main two . Co
lumbia county, deceased, by virtue nftho power
and nuthorlty In him vested by tho Orpliins'
Court of Columbia county, will uxposo to public
sale, on tho premises, In Mnln twp., said county.
'1-111TH-411A v. (iiiroiimt irrtti. Into, at Ti:x
o'clock In the rnrennou, ine ionowiug rc:u es
tate, to wit: Adjoining lauds of David mown
on the east, II. Drown nnd others m the south.
JXlulel Is usi on mo v esi, nua m iiuain .leiiuu.,
gor on tho North, containing
OXK HUNDRED k SIXTEEN ACIIK3,
Tnnro nr Inon. nlinilt lOfi ncrM of which U PlMrCil
nnd thu tulnneo is timbered with Rood, he.wy
Tho lnnd n In a vcrv hluh fetato of cultlvatlou,
fully equal to nny river bottom Liml, whereon U
,e .s-.irwl nfn.lnnliMrliml naonvlll t tin f Till 11 f f
ei ec i cu a kodu i wo story
JUUCK DWELLING HOUSE,
nnd other cood substantial outlmlldliici. Thoro
li also ii tfoitd well of water nt tho hprinc bouse,
unit in...! tlim!u'(ilhi!' house nlsn n well of wat
er nt tlio bum. Tin ro is u good latKo HAN'JC
I'KKH-s nil In ood condition. Thero nro nlao
hakn. two wnirou nouses, a uiiJttit Aiii.unuu
planted on the nrem'ses
two vi:uy good Ari'Li: oncuAnns,
which vleld from four to six hundred bushels of
apples per annum, inert) isuiso 111 cuiuiuciiuu
other fruit trcos In nhuudnncp.
The premises ato nowsoweu wun iiuinKmnii
wl tiler ciop, mnkiiiK Urn. mMltl uiiUudueenieut
to nurchnseis to buy. by beluK able to nut out a
lood sprbu crop.
thomaikets nsfollowd; Ono and a- half miles
i on nil iti iirnmiKPt nrt KiiuiiiL'd 111 iiitiuucu iriiiii
north ol Muluvllle, six imieH cast of t ntuwivu,
und lour miles lrom Jiioomsuurj.
Conditions or Salk: One-thirt of thn pur
chaHO money, nfler tho payment of tlio debts, to
remain und boelmrged lu thepicmlses during
thu nsituml life of Jj tna Nuh, widow ot lleuj.i
mln Num, dee'd, tho a imo to bo Kecuird by bond
nnd mortuntie. on said nroi'ertv.niid tho Interest
thereon paj able annually to tho butd widow, be
ginning on April jm, ii.
Twenty per cent, of tho purchasn monoy to bo
pnldntthe MrUlng down ot thu property. One
thousand dollars to bo paid on tho 1st day of
April A. !lb71,aud thu halanco to bo paid fu
tour equal uunual pnyivcuts; with iuteust there
on troui the 1st ot April, 1S7I. All expensesfor
leKal und title pnpeiH to bo paid by tho purchaser,
Possession Km n ou tho first day ot April, 171,
nnd n full audftufUclcnt deed(lvtii for tho prem
ises, whou tho above conditions nro tally com
piled with. JOHN' VA,T'A.
llv virtue ofStindrv wrllnof Vend. TCx. Issu
ed nutof'tboCourtofCniiiuion Pleas or Columbia
county ami to mo directed will bo exposed to
Kalo by pnhllo vendue or outcry at tho Court
House In llloouii.burg.atoiioo'cloclc In Ihonftcr
noon of Monday Oct. uUt, 1370, the lollowlu real
estate, to wit :
One lot beginning at a corner on Mummy's al
ley and Kecoiul strict ot the town of llloomsbulg
and ruutilug Iheuco along said street, north
M'stwaidly Iwenty-ono and a half leet to lot of
A.M. llupert, thenco nlomi said lot southwest
wardly seventy-one nnd a half leet to lot No. &,
thence along said lot houthwestwardly twenty
ouo and a half ftet Io Mummy's alley, Iheuco
along said alley norlhenslwordly sevelity-ono
and u half leet to beginning, wheicon Is erected
a Inrgo two-story bilelt building with tho ap
purtenances. Alsoonn cetlaln other lot of land sltuato In
the town of lllooiiisburg, beginning nt a post on
the northwest sido of fcecond street and lot No.
3, nnd running thence nloug said lot north -li,
digiecswest lj.)fiet moroorliss to old rend al
ley, themo nloug said ulley south 70 degrees
west Jeit to lot of John K.Glrton, thenco along
said lot soulh degrees east lo0 feet moro or
less Io Hecond street aloresatd, thenco along
Hecond street iiortliaij. degrees east leet tobo
ginning, whereon are erected n dwelling house,
butchcishop und out buildings, with tho appur
Hcizcd, taken In execution and to bo sold as tho
property of Joseph I,, bhannou.
At tho same timo and place, a certain pleco or
tract ol land sltuato In Locust township, county
of Columbia, bonndol ou tho north by lands of
Jacob Hteln and others, cast by lands of n. V.
Johnson, south by lands of A, 8. Knittlc, west
by lauds of Henry Oable, containing about
ninety ncres, moro or less, on which Is erected a
Iruino dwelling houso, frame barn with the ap
purtenances. Seized, taken In execution and to bo sold as
tho properly of Henry Knapp.
LATELY MUCH IMl'ItOVED-AND THE NIIW
UNIVERSAL CLOTHES "WRINGER
Improved with Howell's l'alent Doublo Cog
wheels, and tho l'ateut Mop, oio now uunues
tlouahlv f.ir superior to any apparatus for wash
ing clothes ever Invented, and will savo their
cost twlco u year, by saying labor and clothes.
The Millar of this paper, who purchased n
Washer and Wringer, thus tesillles as lo their
"Wo havo had In uso In our family for somo
tlino past, ouo of Holy's Clothes Washers nnd
u ringers, and are prepared to boar testimony as
to Its merits. It is emphatically a lubur-tmlinj
machine and does Its work in Iho most thorough
manner, for families who have laigo wushes
these machines would ho Invaluable." Colum
hi A, Jan. 11, mo,
I'RICES-A FAIR OFFER.
If tho Merchants lu yourplncowlll not furnish,
or send for tho Machines, send us tho retail pilco
Washer 811, Extra Wringer 80, and wo will for
ward cither or both machines, freu nf freight, to
places where no one Is selling; and so sure uro
wo they will bo liked, llmt wo agrco lo refund
the money If any ono wishes to return the ma
chines freo of freight, altera muath's trial, ac
cording to directions.
No luuband, father or brut her should licrmlf
the d rudgery of washing with iho hands, Btty.
two days in Iho year, when It can bo done better,
more exnedltlrmulv. Wllh lua lalu,, ,,,,l tmln.
Jury totljogarmeiils.byuDoty Clothes Wushur,
Hold br dealers generally, to whom liberal dis
counts are made.
It. 0. linoWNINQ, Oen. Agent,
St Cortland rJlreet, Now York.
NenUy executed &t thU Offlw
A Torpid Bystom.
Bometlnios, without any nsilnablo cause, tlio
physical strength nnd alilmat spirits Blvo way,
nnd a straugo torpor lalls alike on tho body nnd
Intclloct. Thcro Is llttlo or no pain porhaps, bu t
Hie natural vigor nnd olnstlolty of tho ncrvons
and muscular syslem seems to havo departed,
nnd ludlirorcneo to tho pleajuren of life, ami
even of Us gravo rojponslbllltlos, takes Iho placo
of tint earnest Interest In both which character
laoi every well balanced mind when lu n healthy
This state of partial collipso 1-sorten tho pre
monitory symptoms of somo serious malady. H
Indicates unmistakably tint tho vital powers aro
languishing nnd need n stimulant. In snch cases
tho erred of n fow do3cs of Hostottcr's Stomach
Hitters Is wonderfully beneficial, Tlio great ton
lo wakes lip the system from lis drowso. Tho
secretions nnd tho circulation recolvo n now lm
petus. The relaxod nerves rcoovor tucir elastic
ity under tho operations ot mo speciuc, into uio
slackcnod strength of a musical Instrument in
tho process of timing. Lollnrgy nnd dcuiiuy
nro replaced by energy and vigor, tlio spirits
rise, nnd llfo Hint almost sccmod a burden whllo
tho season of depression listed, bocomos onco
mnro enlovable. Tint such n radical change
should bo produced by n remedy entirely devoid
of the powerful alkaloids nn l minerals so ox-
tcnslvcly usod In modern practice, may seem
lncrodlblo to thoso who pin tliolr f.ilth on tho
medicinal elllcacy of nctlvo poisons, but If theso
skeptics will tako the trouble to eivpilro of those
who havo tested tlio corrccuvo ana nuornuve
vlrtuesoflho Hitlers under tho circumstances
described, they will find tho statement to bo
OOTOU E It .
MISIILKIVS 1IEUI1 niTTErW. itt
I'hfa notohrati.il 1 fill In niltl Ktlmutntlt Will 10
Moro tho digestive organ ton perfectly healthy
Btnte. It will thoroughly eradicate nil morbific
tnntlnpfrnni tlm hlnntl. ff loan SO tbO PUtlrO BVStOtn.
and produce the most vigorous action of tho dif
ferent organ of the human body, it is the
Orcatlllood Purifier and Inlalllble Itemedy for
Dyspepsia, unoiera, urnmpi in uio niuiiiucn,
ttpndieho resultlm: from n deranged Htomnch,
and also that harassing dlsoasoSlclc Headache,
lllllousttess, Ac, The met mat in nn pan 01 uio
Imdthe medical faculty prescribe MIHIILKU'rt
lult'i lit ruinator uieirpaueiui wiiuuromuiui,-
.l irlth Mintm tl!ntnt. should COUVlUCO the IllOSt
hcptlcal that this proprietory eompomuUl n
medicine upon which they can rely as absolutely
clllcaclous lu curing such diseases as we have
enumerated nbove. Sold by nil druggists. Trice
ono dollar per bottle.
Xnflrn Is herehv clvcn.that tho nartucrshln
lately BUlnlstlus between N. V. Himple, C. w.
Neat nod L. 1. Taylor, or Uloonuuurir, under tho
llrm of N, Hjinplo ,t Co., expired on tho lUih
dnyot September, A. D. ls:, by mutual consent.
All debts owing in tho said partnership aro to
bo received by O. W. Xoal, nua all demands on
inoNaui niriucraoip uru iu ue irrwjut'i m
for payment. N. W. HAMPLB,
Ij. J. TAYLOIt,
Vlin 1mi!nnu formerly carried on bv tho nbovo
named partners at tho Columbia Iron Works, iu
tho Town of llloomsburK, will hereafter ba car-
Hn,l mi hv .I.ielrunn .1. 1 tnhhi Ml llllil Iiltldlcr J.
Taylor In tho llrm narao of Hobblns & Taylor.
llioirauooi IIIO lOWU nun ininimiin'itTniiiij
solicited. llOIilllNd dtTAYLOll.
lllooinsburg.Mcpl. , 1S71KSI.
JyJ" 0 T I 0 E .
All persons icnuwiug iuemsei u hihbiiu-u iu
ine uiiiicrsigue.ii, on uuun, muv, jmigiiium, n
otherwise, are hereby notified, that unless such
nccouuts nro settled within TWKNTV DAYm,
suits will bo instituted tor tue collection 01 ma
same; especially thoso that havo been not Hied
by letter. 13. Mti.SUUNIIALU
r.lootnsuurg.Sept. iu, is.u-it.
r-srA'rnoF Jamks iikss, dec'p.
i.eLtcrsoradmlnlstratlonon tho estateof Jamos
IIcss, l.ito ofriugarloaf twp, Coin nib la county
dee'd., htvo been granted by the Heglstcr of said
county, to K.lJ ill Hess nnd John V, IClIo or
Bugarioif township, Columbia county, Va, All
persons having claims or demands against tho
decedent are icquested to mako them kuowu.nud
luoao iuueuieu 10 maitu pa j mem,
eli r ah hf:ss.
JOHN V JCILK,
JJJ KHTATK (11-' JANK l'K(HI, DKU'D.,
Liiittcra testamentary ou tho ustato of Jauo
Pcgg, laloof Madison township. Columbia Co..
dee d, have heen granted by tho Register or said
county to John ilemlorshot and 1). A. 'Watson
residing in Mddisou towiihhlp ColumuU
county, Pa. All persons having claims against
tho estato nro lequested to present them tn tho
Kxeeutors lu Columbia county, Thoso indebted
Hi UlUt lllHUtllllU Utl Ill'lO, J UUKIUUL'l. i'tUl igitxu
or bool: account will mako payment to thoUx-
ueuior1! whuoul ueuiy,
1. A, WATnOX,
I I i:srATt:ni l'Alli, klink. ijo'd.
Letters testamentary on tho estate of Vaul
Kline, lato id Ml. Pleasant townsliln. Columbia
cnuiitv dec'tl. havo been granted bv iho Register
ol said county to John C. tvllnonud Joseph Klluo
ol Ml. Pleasant twp. All persons having clalnu
against Iho c-dntoaie lequisled to present them
to tho Kxecutois In Columbia county. Those
Indebted to tho cstalu either on note, Judgment,
mortg.igo or book account will nuiko payment
iu iue ij&ccuiors wiiuoin ueuiy.
JJ KSTATK OP UKOKOM KVANS. llKtd.
Letters testamentary on tho estate ol George
r.vaiis, lato ol llrl.trcreek twp., Columbia co.f
deu'd., have been granted by tlio Ueglsterof suttl
county to John V Kvuus. of Berwick, Col. co.
All persons having claims against tho estate
are iciiucsted to present them to tho Executor lu
Iterwtek Col. co.. 1'a. Those Indebted to tho
cstato either mi note, Judgment, mortgage or
book nccouut will mako payment to the l-.xec-
mur iviutoui ueuiy, ,
JOHN W. KVANS,
I EXECUTOR'S NOTCH.
JJ kstati: or John giia uir aiit. nrri'n.
Letters testamentury ou tho cstulo of John
(lenrbart, lato of Main township, Columbia
county deceased, havo been grained by tho
llcglster ol MtU county to John J. Uearlmrt,
of Main township, Col. co. All persons hav
ing claims against the estnteare lequasteil to
present them to the lixecutor lu Main
township. Thoso Indebted to iho estnto cither on
note, Judgment, mortgage or book account will
juiiiku jm- mi-ill iu mo 1'xccuior wiiuoui uelay,
. JOHN J. OEAltHAHT,
raTATK Ol' LEMUEf. W. nOIIEKTS. BEO'D.
Letters of ndmlnlstrutlou on the estate of
Lemuel W. Roberts, late of SugarlMif twp., Col.
county, deo'd have been granted by tho llcglster
of said county to Silas W. McHcnry, residing lu
Jackson township, Columbia co.. All persons
having claims against the estate of the decedent
mo jeiiuesieu 10 present, iiiein lor settlement
uuu uiuso iuueuieu io mo cstulo to mako pay
ment to the uuderslgned, admlulstrntor.wlthout
BILAB W. McllUNltY.
fi.-i ESTATll OB- TnnnrAR BTIpv unrtdB- tivi't.
c, .L,,,,,,i's testameutary on Iho estate of Thomas
Htnckhouso, lata nf l'lno township, Columbia
- unrmwi, liuye Ol-eil griiniCll liy 1110 UCg-
ister of said county lo Michael Blockhouse, of
l'lno township, Columbia county. All persons
having claims against tho estate are requested to
A.l , "',"' " inn j-tecuior in rino township,
Those Indebted to thoestatocltliernnnntA tii.l...
ment, moitgiiso or book account will make pay-
..... vw ,t,u ..AILIIIIJ, ,111,, UI lieillV.
A-,n r iUCHAEtiBTACKIIOUSi:,
sep30 70-Cw. Executor.
i KSTATE OF HANNAH KAVpn TiBT-in
. . ............. ,u ..a,,,,, UMUIUUK, C'lllll-
Iv.deoeased. have been granted by tlio lteglster
nf sai l county to Kumuel Crossy. of Minilii tw,i.
Columbia county. All persons having claims
iigalnst the estate ore requested to present them
,..t!,e,1:(;':utorm Miillfn township. Those In
debted lo Iho estate, either on note. Jndgmentor
,.,ju,t. win uiuku pnvmeni io me i.xeo-
A DMINISTIIATOIVS NOTICE.
J MTATK OB- Tn4l Air 11 L-,T,,w tw ..nnm
Letters ofn.l.nlnlRtratlon on the ostiit'eol Jos'laU
H.l-urhian.liteorilloorii twp..ijnliiinbla count v
ueo it., have been granted by the lteglster of sild
county, to Michael I-'. Eyerly of illoom twp.
All person having claims or demands against
tho decedent aro requested to make them known.
. ,..uiu iuueuieu in liisito paynien'-
.uiuil.l,l, f, EVEllf.Y
AJ KS TAT IC OH HA t NT HnillT. iivn'n
Letters testamentary on the estnto ol Halnt
Htout, lato of Madlsou township, Columbia
counly deo'il.havo bueu grautedliy llio llcglster ol
Columbia Couuty to Martha Ktout, of Madison
two., Columbia comity, 1'a. All persous having
claims against Ihoeitntearo requested to present
them to tho Uxccut lx In Columbia County, l'u,
1 liosu Indebted to the i-slate either ou note, Judg.
ment, morlgage or book uocouut will make
layiueut io mo r.xecuirix wiiuoui uelny.
.,.. . MAUTHA Hl'OUT.
A KMINISTHATOH'S NOTICE.
-T luSrATE OF JAOOI1 Tit lull. liKn'n.
lA-tters of illuilulstriitioii ou the estate of Jacob
Trautl, lato of Illoom two., Columbia counly,
dee'd, huvo been gruntedliy the lteglster or suld
county to Joliuthun Truuli resldlii,. In tin, Iuim
unit county iilorusuld. All persons having claims
iiuiub iue i-siaiu ui ine ueceueni aro requoited
iu ui-i-ui iuciu iur Beiiiuineill, nun llloso 111
ilebted to th (-statu lo mako pjyiucnt to theuu
uvinitiiieu, iiuiiiiuisiruiur, wiuiiuut ueiay.
NOTICE IS IIEHEUY GIVEN
t hat nn application will be made at the next
nit eiuig in itiu tjeuerai Assembly or the com
monwealth Of l'eiinsvlvnlliti furlhH Inwirivu-A.
Hon of a biiuk.lu accordance with the laws of tho
Commouweallli, to bo entitled tho "Catawlssa
Deposit and Having Hank," In be located atCuta
wlssa.l'ol, CO., I'll,, Willi Ullipltulof Jllly thousand
dollars, with the right lo Increase the same to
uuu uuuureu auu nuy luousauu dollars.
Catawlssa, July 1, 1s7U-Uui.
he picmlses of the subscriber lu
Montour lownshln. on or about the&lu of He
leinber. u lb-d allfLKV HULL. SUIi.loacil to lm'
iiioiubs old. 'the owuerwlll come lorward, prove
properly, pity charges and tuko him awuy, or
, W, U ill Ell QUICK.
Montour twp,, KiJlcmbir.S0,lWiWt,
The Kidney, are two In numlj
Iho upper part of the loin, surround T1 '
nnd consisting of thrco parts, vlt n, . .
tho Intorlor, and tut Exterior.
Tlio anterior absorb,, Interior conl, ot ,
sue. or veins, which servo , ,Upo,u
urlno nnd convoy It lo tho oxterlor ti..
lor Is a conductor nlso, tcrmlnatlui ln I, ,
lube, and called the Ureter. Tto
conncctcil with tho bladder. '
Tho bladder 1, composed of varlom eown.
or tlsjucs, divided Into parU.vlz , the
tho Lower, tho Nervous, and tho Mucon. nT
tipper expels, the lower retains. Many
desire to urinate without tho ability, ot?'
urluato without the ability to retain, rhl t
qucntty occurs ln children. ' '
To euro those atrectlona, wo ranu hrlniini,,
action the muscles, which areengagcl latbclr
various functions. If they aro ncglecua, 0rv,i
or Dropsy may ensuo.
Tho reader must also bo mado aware tt
however slight may ho tho attack, lu,,'r
nfTect tho bodily health nnd mental powers u
our ftesli nnd blood nro supported from h'
Oovt. on HitKUHATtsM.-i.ain orenrrlnj lo u,.
l,.l. I. n,lllll-nfll,.., .. SUIUll
. ...ouuuvo uiseasei, The,
occur ln persons dlsposod to acid stomach anj
Tint OiiAVKU-The gravel eusues from
leet or Improper treatment of tlio kidney,
Thoso organs being weak, the water Is not
pclled from tho bladder, but allowed to rcmiln ,
It becomes feverish, nnd sediment forms. UU
iromiuis ucposivuiai mo stouo Is formed, and
Dnor-sr Is a collection of water ln Bomo mm
of tho body, and boars different names, accord.
mg to tho parts arrected, viz,: wlien generally
niuuscu over mo uouy, ll is called Ammarca
when of tho abdomen, Asoltesj when ot the
TiiKATUEKT.-IIclmbold's highly concentrated
compound Extract Uuchu Is decidedly one of
tho best remedies for diseases of Iho bladder,
Kiuneys, gravel, dropsical swellings, rhenraa
tlsm, nnd gouty affections. Under Ihls head)
havo arranged Dysurla, or difficulty and pain la
passing water, Scanty Secretion, or small and
frequent discharges of water Strangury, or
stopping of water; Hematuria, or bloody nrlae-
Gout nnd lthcumatlsm of the kidneys, withoil
any change iu quantity, but Increnso In colour
dark wafer. It was always highly recommend
ed by the lato Dr. IMiysIck, In Iheso affections,
This mcdlclno Increases the power of dlcn.
Hon, nnd oxcltes tlio absorbents Into healthy
eierciso by which the watery or calcareous dep
ositions, and all unnatural enlargements, u
well as pain and Inflammation are reduced, and
It Is taken by men, women, and children, M-
rectlons for use nnd diet accompany.
1'iiiLAriEr.rmA, 1'a., Keb.a, 1547.
II. T. IlEr.MnoLn, Druggist:
Dear Sin I havo been a suilerer, fur upward I
of twenty years, with gravel, bladder, and kid
ney aflectlous, during which (Imolhaie nwd I
various medicinal piepamtlons, and bees under I
the treatment of the most eminent DiyilelsDi
experiencing but little relief.
Having seen your preparatlous extenshely I
advertised, I consulted with my iarally pbyil
clan lu regard to using your Extract Bucliu.
I did this becauso I had used all kinds of ml-
vcrtlsod remedies, and had found them worth-1
less, and, some qullo injurious; in fact, Itlcsjialr-
cd of over getting well, and determined to ue I
no remedies hereafter unless I knew of Ike In
gredients. It wasthlBthatpromptcdmetoEsel
your romody. As you advertised that II was I
composed of bucliu, cubebs, and Juniper berrM,
It occurred to mo and my physician as an eidl
lent combination, and, with his adilce, aftirsn I
examination of thenrllcle, and consultlngacita I
with the druggist, Iconcluded totrylt. Icom-
m enced Its use about eight months ngo.atwhlch I
time I was confined to my room. From the Hat I
bottle I wasnstonlkhidndgrallfiedottliel'
cflclnl effect, and arter using It three wetk,u
nblotowalkout. I felt much like wriUnifoo I
a full statement ol ray case nt that time, lull
thought my Improvement might only be tem
porary, and thcrclore concluded to defer and ite I
If It would effect a perfect cure, knowing then II I
would be of greater aluo to you and more nl-l
lsfactory to me.
I om now able to report that a cure Is eftckd I
after using the remedy for flic months.
1 have not used any now for three monttsl
nnd feel as well In all respects as I ever did.
Your Bucbu being devoid of any uDplf
taste and odor, n nice tonic and inrlsoraW ol
tho Bvstem. I do not mean to be without It l'l
over occasion may require IU use In wen Irf,l
Should any doubt Mr. McCormlck's statemtntl
he refers to the following gentlemen!
Hon. War. Hiuleb. ev-Qovernor, TcW1
Hon. Tfioa, D. Florence, rhllaaelphls.
Hon, J, C. Knox, Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon. J. H. Ulack. Judge. 1'hlladelphU,
Hon. D. It. PoRTKii. ex-Oovernor, PemWl
Hon. Ellis Lewis. Judge, rhlladelpbH-
lion. It. C. GitiEU. Judge. UnltcJ BUtes W"l
Hon. G. W. WOODWARD, Judge, rbllr"!
Hon. W.A. POUTER, City Solicitor, Wl"" 1
. , .n,BOT.CMI"n
Hon. K. Banks Auditor General, w I
ton, D. C.
And many others. If eccssary.
c... nealers every"!
.t for llelmboH'
Take no other, PniCE-H-SSrer bottle,"' 1
ties for I0.CO. Delivered to any
scribe symptoms In all comraunicatlon-
. - ..,.,,.n,,T.i.Dru and0"01!
Auuiess 11. A. llWiwu , -
cal Warehouse, 801 Uroadwyi N. V.
NONE ARE GENUINE
UNLESS DONE UI' IN
;.,lmlle of my Chemical Ww!