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Bloomsburg, Friday, Oct. 21, 1870.
LoCAIi INroRMATION.- IVrnotti 111 till)
various towns mid oilier IocuIIIIch or
Columbia county will very niuoli oIiIIku
tis by transmitting stiiteiiieuta of local
events (vlicnovur occurring In tbelr
vicinity, No attention need bu paid to
tho form, or words In which conveyed,
ns It Is only the points of Information
tliataro needed, tf.
Forty pairs of whlto and sllvornroy
wool blankets for salo at M. I'. LutJs'e.
Unv. A. C. W'hcaii of Watsontown,
will preach In tho Unptlst church on
Sabbath next at 10 o'clock n. in., and 7
Music, Instruments, Canes, Ac. to bo
found at nil times nt Altstntt's Court
While on thoFalr Grounds Inst week
our attention was called to a lumber
wagon, built by David Drobst of this
place. H was a good one. Farmers
und lumbermen look to, your Interests
and examine his stock.
The pressure upon our columns caus
ed by the recent election und tho can.
vans preceding It having been removed
wo will be ublo to furnish our readers
henceforth with moro varied reading
matter in tholocal columns and In grea
I. V. Hautman's cash system Is
working finely, his sales havo increased
much since tho tlrst of October. Ho is
having a run of tho Blue Letter Ulack
Alpacas, also In his largo stock of plain
and fancy Hhawls. He is making a lino
display of fancy and whlto counter
panes, cheap. Cull and seo his stock.
Accident. A few days since as ono
of tho employees In A. llolslead's
Planing Mill at Espy, named Lewis
He-s, was attempting to remove a spllif
ter from tho siding paw, his left hand
was caught and two fingers were cut off
and u third ono badly injured. Ho was
doing well at last accounts.
M.F. Lutz Is selling good French
Merino for 83 cts. per yard, best quality
Bloom Poor District. Pino town
ship at tho late election, voted, by a
majority of CI, to itdd its namo to the
list of tlio3o now composing tho Dis
trict. Tho list is now, Bloom, Scott,
Sugarloaf, Greenwood, und Pine.
After tho next monthly meeting of
tho Espy Saving Fund which takes
placo on Wednesday, November 2d,
there will bo a premium placed on tbu
shares of stock sold, in proportion to
their value. Until that time however,
stock can bo purchased at regular rate.
Good. Tho gross receipts obtained
by tho ladles of St. Paul's Episcopal
Church at the lato Fair, amounted to
$300. So largo a sum mint certainly be
gratifying to the ladie-i, testifying as it
do s to tho appreciation in which their
efforts wero held. Thedinnrs furnish
ed during tho Fair were of tho very
OvsTEits. Thesa delicious bivalves
are now fairly In reason mill our saloons
in town aro doing a good business. The
demand seems to Increa-e from year to
year, and bids lair to grow into a large
trade. Bloomsburg Is generally verv
well supplied botli as to quantity anil
quality, und nover more .o than at this
Mortality. There would seem to
boquite an increase In tho number of
deaths amongst dogs und horses. Wo
have heard during tho past week of sev
eral, some caused by disease and others
alaj, by tho fell hand of tho destroyer.
Peaco to their mane, tho horses' wo
mean of courso.
The Lock Up. This public boarding
liouso has been qulto popular of late
and numerous visitors havo enjoyed its
accommodations. Tho town, however,
has hi en quiet for tho most part, and
wo doubt much whether there-Is a placo
of its size in tho State which is ns well
behaved as Bloomsburg. Peaco and or
der rtign nnd everything is lovely.
Frosts. The first hard frost of tho
wason occurred on Wednesday morning
last and had a most chilling effect upon
vegetation. Up to that time nothing
more than hoar frosts had been observ
ed and those only upon two or threo
occasions. In view of tho fact that tho
Rummer had been unusually warm
fro-its had been looked for early in
Tllr. iM"ATr.S W (rink flint ivlimi
tho usual Fall change of timo Is mado
by the difforentrailioads it may bosuch
M to ensure an earlier arrival of malls
both in tho morning and afternoon. Tho
presont arrangement was not agreeable
at first, aud Its continuance, has not Im
proved It. Our friends In tho country
sutler as much as we, us tho stages await
the arrival of tho mails here.
ou can get a handsome, double warp
black alpaca at M. P. Lutz's for 35 cts.
EN'TEItPniaE. John .T. MelTftnrv linq
Just finished his now storo in Benton,
and stocked It with a veryflno stock of
pods. Tho building Itself Is admira
bly adapted to tho bu-dness, being fin
ished In neat stylo and possessing laru'o
storage facilities. It is far superior to
his f.irmer storo, which was destroyed
by fire. Mr. McIIenry Is deserving of
cuniineudatlnn for bis lUsto and enerpv
and will undoubtedly attain the success
The Weather. Tho most Investor
ategruinbler could scarcely havo found
fault with the weather during tho first
two weeks In October. The threo days
cf Fair wore simply perfect, and the
peoplo took udvautagu of tho fact as
was amply evidenced. Tho stormy
days havo como upon us now, which
will probllbly bo followed by colder
Weather, and wo can hardly expect tho
genial warmth Just past until tho In
dian Summer of November arrives.
Tho timely rains which fell allowed our
farmers to do most of their plowing und
seeding and they can now rest from
Winter Breakfasts. Durlncr tho
summer months, when tho heat is great
and sleep unrcfrrsblng, It matters not
Wucb.to tho majority of peoplo.what Is
put upon tho breakfast table, as there
"generally a disposition to eat but lit
tle, and no particular regard paid to
what that little Is, but with tho return
of cold weather, breakfasts rlso to im
portance. Sound sleep und tho crisp,
csh air of tho morning, create on nit
Petite which will not bo put off with a
tup of tea and a piece of toast. Then,
"y a kiudly dispensation of Providenco
wines tho rich, brown sausage nnd Its
unfailing companl n, tho delicious
buckwhent cake. With theeo smoking
rot upon the bourd, tho man who can
net bless his luck and enjoy hlnibolf,
as either got a I nd Momaeh, a troub-
-- vuusi-irnvu, or is iiiiguiuy narii to
Phase. There is nolhlngllke tins brenk-
'", ii tho materials bo irood und nron-
7'yterved. Both should bo hot, tho
BUusutrn fsl ,1 n .1....1. 1.. I
,1 14 1U11 lllll till, IV IIJUW1I llllll
'"K oiko to that shade of tho same color
Fill i ou,y 11 K01' l'ool van "ttnl"-
J" u of Hour for tho best of cakes, und
h''unJt,Ia county launers rulto Just tho
;""of I'lusforbausage. After such a
i7n,i ' t-'ud toiiee, ono can sink
vi., taAltfll I" nii'a fhulr and think
S.'.B'y mil tne eiilour.mav nr.
UMimthrmm,IiaY illiiVa to-day,"
When buying black alpacas, always
ask for the "lied Lion Brand" double
wnrp, for pale by M. P. Iiiitz, at wholo
salo or retail.
LAMEsdon't forgot that E. Jacohy
has fitted up a room as nn Oyslet- Sa
loon In ihe Exchange Block, especially
for your accommodation.
Ladies' nnd children's fancy furs, nt
John I'arelra's popular Fur Emporium,
mo ivrco aired, I'minucipnin. lie lias
enlarged, remodeled aud much im
proved his store for tho convenience of
customers. Bead bis advertisement nnd
give him a call.
Tin: Fall Styles. Already tho
shop windows nro fided with bright
tinted stuffs which comp'oso tbu dress
of the fair vex durlnir tho Autumn nnd
the pretty whlto nnd colored goods of
nummcr nro retiring ueioro tno gayer
Incomes. Tho ladles with n charm'lng
eye 10 propriety nssraio gay colors as
naturo puts on lifers. Certain It Is that
woman Is never moro charming, than
" Gay Autumn passes by
And Joy lights overy eye."
Mr. M. Kline, of this place, Isngent
of tho Trenton Agricultural Works and
will bo pleased to exhibit to farmers the
Peerless self regulating Thresher und
Cleaner which took tho first premium
nt thoStato fair nnd tho recent exhibi
tion held in this county. This machine.
Is bottur adapted to tno wants of tho
farmer than any other now manufac
tured. It embraces some now and nov
el features which simplify and lighten
labor. A small amount of power is re
quired to run It It is a perfect cleaner
and a greirt saver of grain. It Is simple,
durable, cheap und a great favorite, -t
Oun Constaiili:,- Worenret to learn
that, a few nights since, whilst In dis
charge of his duty. Mr. Woodward re
ceived severe Injuries at tho hands of a
party or rogues, who wero noisy and
turbulent. Tho affair oecured nt tho 11.
It. Depot and the parties engaged In the
(iisturuaneo mauo ineir (scape, it is al
ways to lio deplored, that a popular ulU
cer (aud that bo is popular, tho vote at
tlio recent eleciiou shows) Is Injured
whllit performing the duties for which
ho was chosen, and ho has tnu sympa
thy of our people. Ills injuries, though
seveie, aro not dangerous and ho is al
ready on duty.
I.Mi'noVEMENTS. Tho front porches
of Brown's Hotel havo been finished
and ndd materially to tho appearance
of tho building. The wholo effect is
Tho scaffolding In tho new Episcopal
Church has been taken down and the
interior shows forth to good advantage.
It will certainly bo a lino building. It
Is thought that tho work of another
month will finish it, with tho exception
of tho painting of the stono work.
The dwelling hoti-e of Itev. John
Thomas is approaching completion and
that of Mr. Wilson progress! ig rupid'y.
WItli tho Exchange Hotel rebuilt,
Main Street would bo well furnished
witli creditable buildings.
Tin: Hermit of Sullivan County:
A correspondent of tho Montrose lie
publican, who made u pilgrimage into
i iiu wilds il Sullivan county on a trout
ing expedition, thus speaks of an mi
clent outlier in tho wilderness :
About thirteen years ago a lunatic (I
say lunatic, because I do not think ho
could have had very good sense) of tho
name of David Cooper, aged about fifty
years, u bachelor, from the city of Phil
adelphia, camo In here with a party of
"sports," ou a deer hunt nnd trouting
excursion, nnd became so infatuated
with tho utter wilduess of tho tilm-p.
that on returning homo with his friends
ho parted from them without a wonl
as to bis Intentions, sold out his busi
ness, unu with about live thousand dol
lars In irold. returned hero and our-
chased about 700 acres of wood land ly
ing back of "Celestial City," part on
tho top ridgo of tho mountain known
as tho "Hon's Back." and rcachlm?
down tho mountain slopo to tho "Loyal
Sock," bounded on tho left by tho
ataneucrg ureok," nnd on tho right by
"Tho Polo Bridgo Creek," which de
rives its namo from the fact that It was
firnt spanned by a polo bridgo by Peter
rmsirong unu ins uisciptes.
Tho old sport paid cash, twentv-ono
hundred dollars, for seven hundred
acres of land, and with help that ho
uireii, twins way turccami ahainniles
in from "Celestial City," to n point of
land bounded by the threo creeks last
named, where ho built him u loir hou-o.
disniUsed his help and became a her
mit. He lived hero alone lor soveral
years, hunting and flahing, und borne-
times wormng very ham at clearing
Ills land, of which ho cleared nearly 50
acres. He made weekly trip on foot
iivo nines, to Liuporte, to lay in what
few provisions ho required. In these
trips ho had to nass through ono eori.er
of "Celestial City," and by the door of
u widow named Taylor, where bo used
to stop for a cool drink of water in hot
weather, and to toast bis shins in cold.
Ho became tired of hermit's life, pro
posed to tho widow, and was ncecnted.
and straiglitwuy ho went to work, got
out lumber, aud built him a largo two
and a half story frame house, u lowfeut
from the old log houe, came out to tho
Holy City, married tho widow and took
her to his hermitage. Tho bridal couch '
is still there, tho work of his own hands
hewn out of solid timber, with an ax.
It Is a curiosity, well worth u placo In
any museum, and far moro useful tliero
than it would over boas a bedstead.
Hero they lived some mouths togoth
er, how happily tho walls do not state,
though they do statoalmost everything
else. This lovely homo lie called "Coop
er's Itetreat," and seemed very proud
of it, though the people in tho country
around called it "Cooper's Folly," nnd
it is by litis name it is known to day.
Some months after his marriage, ho
weiu ouiauer urtuKiusi, as was nis cus
tom, to fell timber, and not returnliie;
at night, his spouse, after what must
havo been a teriibly lonely nlght to her
went next morning In bcurdi-bfliim,
and found blur crushed to death by a
ireo which nau ituien on mm. iiisoouy
was brought out to "Cilestlal City,"
whero it was coffined, and interred at
Lanorto. and afterwards removed to
Philadelphia by Ids friends.
Tho estate fell Into tho hands of his
widow, who left It soon alter histUath.
and the houso bus remained untenanted
ever since, except by trouting and deer-
Hunting parties, who use It lor a camp.
The doors, walls, window panes, wains
cotlug. and every available tpot are
literally covered with the names, deles
and addresses of persons nnd parties
wuo nave ucen in mere, with tnu num
ber of trout und deer killed. Wo found
room for tho names of our party, and
put them down, together with the num
ber of trout cauKht, At tho door Is a
largo spring-house, covering a spring or
water, so cold that It numbed ourhauih
as wo washed our trout In Its water.
.r.n nnfl Prlmn Hi-lr-lr for nolo nl T.i,.
lir iDirtlr'tilnrri nihlri-Rd It. .1 Illll l.'utti'
or T. B. Miller, Lime BIdgo. n ll-tf.
Wanted Sale for a magic lantern,
with thirty-six scripture, comic ami
war views. For particulars address
Mrs. C. W. Lcsher, Forks, Columbia
Wanted Places In Christian funil
lies for two smart healthy boys, aged :i
and 0 years. Persons wishing to adopt
or taken child to raise, please uddrct-a
Mrs. C, W. Lesher, Forks, Columbia
Lost. On Friday, October 1-ltli, nt
tho Fuir Grounds, or on tho road to
town, a liuir bracelet with gold clasp,
containing tho photograph of a laify
and the mime "Belle." Tho finder will
no sunauiy ruwarueu oy leaving it ai
this office, or at the Btoro of Peter Ent,
in ugnt Street.
COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA
bCHUYLER A Low of Ornngovllie,
Pa., manuracturo tho beet Thrcbhers
and Cleaners, tho best Wheeler's Hall
way Chain Horso Power nnd Thresher,
from tho original patterns und tho best
Lover Powers mndo in this county, If
not in tho State. Don't fall to examine
their machines beforo purchasing any
other. They guarunteo them to glvo
satisfaction In every respect. They nl
bo maniifacturo Plows and other Agri
cultural Implements. Seo their ndver
tlscment In another column. tf.
To Country Merchants and
Stiianoeus. Wolfe's Schiedam Ato
inallu Schnapps. Among tho com
plaints for which tho "Schnapps" has
been declared a specific by the eminent
physicians who have corresponded with
too propjletor, nro dropsy, dyspepsia,
debility consequent upou long contin
ued sickness and old age, epllepsy.asth
ma, gravel, colic, affections of tho kid
neys, nnd nil chronic diseases. Fortheso
and many other disordecs, It Is now
prescribed, with great success, by more
than threo thousand medical practition
ers In various liarls nf llin TTnlliul
It Is because Jacohy Is doing such a
rushing business that "Justice" contin
ues to pay the Republican for long arti
cles running down his business. It may
bo true that tho saloons all get their
stock from tho samo parties. But wo
beg to remind "Justice" that an expe
rience of twenty years in handling a
particular lino of goods Is or some val
ue. Jacohy Is Just tho man to takocaro
of a barrel of oysters and glvo them to
you fresh, cool and luscious, or draw
you a nice, foaming, clear glass of alo
or beer. If you don't bellovo this, just
step in at tho "Oyster Bay" and glvo
him a trial.
A profuse and many times excess
ively offensive dischargo from the nose,
with "stopping up" of tho noso at
times', impairment of thosonso orsmcll
add taste, watering or weak eyes, im
paired hearing, irregular appetite, occa
sional nausea, pressure and pain over
tho eye-, and at times in tho back of tho
head, occasional chilly sensations, cold
feet, and a feeling of lassltudo and do
billty are symptoms which aro common
to Catarrh, yet all of them ure not pres
ent in every case. Dr. Sago's Catarrh
Heiucdy cures Catarrh la its worst form
and btuges. It Is pleasant to uso aud
contains no poisonous or caustic drugs.
Sent by mall on receipt of sixty cents.
Address K. V.Pierce, M. D., Buffalo,
X. Y. A pamphlet sent free. Sold by
-) It I V A T E SALE
VALUA11LE REAL ESTATE.
The umlarslKueU oQei-s at private halo a farm
Mtualo In Lik-ihi Inu-UHlilp. Columbia cnuMy.
about 1 mile from tlio ol.t Etcher lurnnce con
taining SIXTY-ONE & A HALF ACRES.
whereon N crectfd u good dwelling bouse, n
hirxo new barn and other mccssary out butUt
lhN A GOOD APPLE OllCIIAltD
of choice fruit, aud n never falling hprlnij of
HUIKI HlUkD uuur Willi U Npmig IIOIIHO. iOOIIt
tu-ii-llilriN or the land Ucleared nnd In wood
Htnle of cultivation.
For turiher Information apply to John L.
Ilurst, Ixicust township, Col. coor W. W. Hurst
Dauvllle, Montour co., I'a.
Possession given on the first day of April K7I.
(X-Ml'7U-3lli. W. W. 11UUOT.
THROUGH PASSENGER. CAR
TO AD FKOM
PHILADELPHIA AND WILLIAMSPORT
VIA. TUB Million VALLEY RAIL ROAD.
On and after Monday. October 3d, 1870, a
through passenger coach will run between Phil
adelphia and ntl points ou tho Catawlssa Rail
H-tiui via. Uuifctcakn Junction.
Nucliniigu or cars between Wllilamsport aud
Leave lor . rrlve fi om
Phllad'u & New York, rhtlau'u J: Hew York.
A. M. 1..M.
B. 15 'WilllMnsport 5.50
M5 Muncy. 5.-J8
ti.oO Milton. 4.11
1.10 Danville. i.m
10.30 Rup-rt. 3. ID
10.12 Catawissa. 3.31
1.10 Mauch Chunk l.ai
Sf.3l Catasaqua. 12.-.7
H.W Allentowu 12.1H
JM lJethlebcm 12.15
3.17 Kastou 11.3'.
Art. S.05 Philadelphia 9.15 Lt.
' b.Uj New York 0.0)
Don't fall to ask for your tickets via. tho Le
liluh Valley Double Track Route for Philadel
phia, Now York and all points In the Lehigh
tiupeilnr ficluht accommodations, are oll'ered
by this old and short line route trom Philadel
phia aud New York to all stations on Cntan'ibna
Hall Road and connections.
Tills lalliennlv ihmhln Implr rniiln h.tir.n
New Yotk aud tuakake Junction. nnd therefore
Is tho most reliable lor both r-rclghtand Pas
bcllgers. II. Sl-ANLKIT GOODWIN.
., ... Asst. uen'l. bupt.
Relhlchem, Oct. 51, 1370-ly.
OP VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
In pursuance nfau Order of tie Orphans" Court
of Columbia County, ta., on THUK.-DAY, OC
'10HKR :r7th; lh70, nt ttn o'clock In the forenoon.
... . a iim-iniii-u mm in, j , ,,iiuuy. uu
mlnlstrators, Ac, of l-nnlelB. Vnndersllce, late
ot .Mi. tint PU-asunt township, In said county, de
ceased, will expose to publlo tale, tho undivided
one-half of ah Hint certain
MIs.UAOE OR TRACT OK LAND,
situate In Orange Town-hlp, In said County,
bounded by lan.ta of the Heirs of Arclilimfd
Henry. Heirs ol Jacob Hverhnrt unit IiiiiiIm m rk.i.
lah UaEcubuch, Daniel L. Everlmrt, and Peter
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES.
Lato tho estate of said deceased.
v. H. ENT, Clerk.
S-Co.NriTioNs of Bale. Ten per cent of ono
fourth of the t.urcbasH money to be paid by tho
purchaser at the striking down or the property.
One-fourth less the leu percent, to be paid at tho
contlriuutlou of the sale. 'Iho balance to he ald
In ono j ear from the confirmation of sale, with
In lerest from tho time tho purchaser gets lmsses
,lou ol ihe said premises. All the gram In the
ground Is riser wd, tbu straw of ilia same to
remain ou the premises. P ssessiouor the prem.
Isesto beglveu on the Ilrstdavol April A. l
1H71. MARTHA I). VANDKlllSLICE,
WILLIAM J. H1ULAY,
ALSO At tho samo time and place, the re
maining opo bair of said tiact of laud which Is
nowowno.1 In the said Maltha J. Vandersilce,
Upon said tract there aro two large pplj or
chards, a well of eimkI water, u bouse, barn, and
Other liecessarv Olltlinililli.irs. mill nhntit tfuitv
Kiiros of good timber land. Conditions of sale of
tins undivided one-half will be made Ieuowu ou
day" Of Bale. MARTHA D. VANDER.SL1CE.
I DM YE ft A JACOBY
I.' VI til A Vfl E' III fC' IIT AAHf OllTTll1 11 A
ure wgentH for (he le of Urockwiiy'B" Justly
i-cif uiiufu t'ii in mm inn much AifB, wncii uiey
win M'll u clitup ati country brfcwtct alts wltol
and tiHir Lmrteh roiibiuntiy on Lmml. Tills ule
Is hrt-Mtil by William K. Itr. tkwuy, 13 toifiii
liwfct tU t'lilli Stret t, New YotIc City,
Ulooimburu, Juuo 10, UTO-t.:
II. C. HOWER, DENTIST,
Respectfully offers his professional services to
the ladles and gentlemen of IUooinsburg and vl
dully. He Is prepared to attend toulltLt vari
ous operations In tho line of his profession, and
Is provided with the latest improved Pokcklain
Tketii which will be Inserted on gold plallug
sliver and rubber base to look as well as the nat
ural teeth. Teeth extracted by all the new am
most approved methods, and all operations ou
the leetn carefully and propei.y attended to.
jicsiiit-ui-e huu umce a lew aoors arnve ma
Court House, same side.
Wl.UUU For uny case of Wind llleedlng
lirhlng.or Ulcerated Piles that Die IIinu'i Pji.e
ltKMichY falls to cure. It Is prepared expressly
to cure the I'lles and nothing else.und has cured
cases or over 'JJ years standing. Hole by all
Do Ring's Via Fuga Is Ihe pure Juices of Barks
Herbs, Roots, and berries, lor
Inflammation of the Lungs:oll Liver, Kidney,
and bladder dlscawes.organio Weakness, Female
Atlllctlons, (Jeueral Deblilty.and all complaints
of the Urinary Organs in Male and Female, pro
ducing Dyspepsia, Costlveuess, Uravei, Dropsy
and sicroliila, which most generally termiuatelu
Consumptive Decliue, It purities and eurk-1 i s
the lllood. the miliary, Oluudular ulid rtecrf tire
Hystem; Cnriectstiud Jjirengiheusihe Nervous
und Muscular lories; It acts like u cburm ou weak
nervous, aud debilitated lemuics, both youcg
and old, Nune should be without It. ttolo every-
worn-. iMBuiwiuiii-iu rruusiiu m.. 1UUU-
Neatly und Cheaply Prlutod
From the Latest (Styles ol Type at the
FOR BALE BY
M. 1. LUTZ,
MILLER, HUGHES & CO.,
This Sewing Machine runs stiller and easier
than any other, lt has icwer parts, lt has aco(
slrel shuttle that will never wear out, It has
Blake's Patent tablo which to see shows Its use
fulness. A cents wanted In unoccupied Territory In
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware
Virginia, West Virginia and District of Colum
bia. BLAKE A CO.,
EXCELS ALL OTII ER LEAD t
1st. For Its Unrivaled Whiteness,
2d. For Its Unequalled Durability,
3d. For its Unsurpassed Covering Property-
Lastly for 1U Economy.
S-It COSTS LESS to paint wllh Buck Lead
than any other While Lead extant. The same
weight covers MORE SURFACE, Is moro DUlt-
aiil, anu iaaaca wmii.il woilK.
BUCK LEAD, in the Cheapest and Bet'
EXCELS ALL OTHER ZINCS.
1st. For Its UnequMIed Durability,
!d. For Us Unrivaled Whiteness,
3d. For Its Unsurpassed Covering Property.
Lastly, for Us (ileal Jixonoiny,
being the CHEAPEST, HANDSOMEST, and
most DURABLE White Paint in tho world,
BUCK LEAD AJSD BUCK ZINCs
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
Satisfaction Guaranteed by the Manufacturers.
BUCK COTTAGE COLORS,
Prepared expiessly for Painting
COTTAGES, OUT BUILDINGS of every descrlp
Hon, FENCES, Ac. THIRTY-FIVE DIFFER
ENT COLORS, Durnble, Cheap, Uniform, aud
Sample cards sent by Mall If desired.
Dealers' Orders will be promptly executed by
FRENCH, RICHARDS A- CO.,
N. W. Cor. Tenth and Market Streets.
MOYF.R BROTHERS, Agents
Jan28'7o-ly. f or Bloomsburg, Pa.
IN THIS COUNTY.
AND IN ALL Till:
PRINCIPAL CITIES AND 10WN3 OF I-UNX-8YLVANIA,
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
LltlKKAI. INM'CKUEMT? OllEIiril.
Vouchert thoulU aetomimny opiflcnionw agency
Call or address
W. W. KURjrZ, Presldcn t ,
Ma'WALNUT STREET; PHILADELPHIA
RANGEVILLE STILL AHEAD.
The uuderslirned resneetriillv nminiinen In
the running community that the nreagsln In
he Held with their machines for Ihe harvest o
THE NEW PENNSYLVANIA
THRESHER AND CLEANER,
Patented by Adrian Cornell, with Major's patent
doublo acting Separator com blued, is wliaieery
Farmer need-. It can't be beat.lt has been fairly
tested aud has far exceeded tho expectations of
all who have seen Its operations. It has been
got up expressly to meet the wants or the Farm
er. We mauulacturo them, overshot for tread
power aud undershot for lever powht. This
machine can bo mado to do any desired amount
of work. Is simple In construction, easy to
manage nnd not liable to get out or repair.
They ulso continue to manufacture the Celo
brate4 WHEELER'S RAILWAY CHAIN,
HORSE POWER Jk THRESHER,
from the original patterns, with an Improve
ment In tho jMiwer, whereby agaluof 25 per cent,
luellected.aud gives the desired power nl from
.1 to a Inches less elevation thau the old style.
They also attach
MAJOR'S PATENT DOUBLE ACTIN6 SHEET
IRON BOTTOM SEPARATORS
to their machines, manufactured only by them
uud secured to ihem by letters patent from Win,
M. Major, They also mauuiacture the best uud
lightest running Lever Powers In the country
also Double and Hliigle-Ueared Jacks. Having
ou hand a good supply of well seasoned lumber
of the best quality, and experienced workmen
engaged In their manufacture, they guaruulee
SUPERIOR TO ANY MANUFACTURED
elsewhere. All having repairing to do should
remember that we hatenll the original patterns.
Repairing done at short notice and on reasona
ble terms, Muchlnes sold at astonishingly
low prices and credit given when desired.
For further particulars call on or address
SCHUYLER & LOW,
AGRICULTURAL WORKS, ORANOEVILLE,
COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA,
where tliey manufacture the best and cheaMst
Irou and Wooden Beam Plows In the state, aiso
wagon Jacks, iron kettles uud all kinds or work
usually done In Foundries aud Machine shops.
All woik warranted and all kinds til couulry
produce taken lu exchange,
OR TIM! FAHIIIOWA1U.M WflllMl
COMPLIMENTS OF MRS' M. A. IIINDhll.
No. I101.N. W. corner Eleventh and Chestnut
l'ASHIONH FOIt THE FALL AND WINTER
Of IS70, Wliolesalo nml Retail,
which Paris and the first manufactories supplv.
Dresses. Mantlo-, Cloaks nnd Costumes for
LndlM nnd Children
A special department of plain and olcgantlv
trimmed pittcrns, of tho latest Parisian nnd
English styles, nt tl per ilo7.?n.
II you want n handsomely-iltllng, well-made
suit, nt short notice, gotoMrs. llitider's forlnslc
ful trimmings and nalnty slltcheH. Mourning,
Tiavelltig and Wedding otttllts, Walking nml
DRE33 AND CLOAK TlttMMINUs, BUT TONS,
comprising tlio latest Paris novelties In black
nnd cotoied Fringes, (limps, Ruches, Loops,
Flowers. Oloves, llrid tt-Wreallis, Veils, itlulmns
new shades In Velvet, Matin and TnlleU Rib
bons, Ha lies, Necit les,
MADE UP LAI'EODUDI-dUANI) DUCIIEPHE
LACE FOR 11I1IXS TRIM.MINU.
Potnto Applique, Valenciennes, Itambitre Edg
ings, and luserilnus. Black Untpure und Thread
Lacis, new In tit sign ami moderate In price.
CHOICE INDIAN ORNAMENIH.
Fans, lllrds, Mats, cushions, Moucholrs, Cases
and Iitncy Uoods, selected by Mrs, Hinder nt
Elegant lino of Whltbv Jet floods, in sets,
Brensttiltis, Harriots, Necltlacts and llracclels.
Mplondld I (no ofFremh Jet Oomls, Coral aud
French Oold hits, charms, Hlcoso bullous,
Chains, Ac, which (or prlco or variety In style,
cannot bo surpnssed.
Htrangers visiting our city arc respectfully In-
i-i lining ami uotrering. cutting and Fitting,
EPOHT OF THE CONDITION
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BLOOMSBU RG
At close of business, OUTOnT.R 8th, H7o.
Loans and Discounts - JIM.IMSS
u. s. nonun to secure circulation, G3.WJ0
Due from Redeeming aud Rcseno
Duo lrom other National Batiks, 111,718,63
Current Expenses, 1,301,01
Tuxes pnld, 711,3s
Cash Items (Including stamps,) 1!I7VI
Fractional Currency (Including nickels,) 1MI,U5
La.7tai icuuerisoics, iv,i.
Capital Stock paid In, $.vyxxi,
surplus Fund. wmkio.
Pr.itlt nnd Loss, ll.uo.iy
National Hank circulation outstanding, 4t.n,
Individual Deposits, lw.uoo,s9
Cashier's checks outstanding, 50, to
unu iu .-.itiioimi lianas, s, u,cj
. " inner Hanks and Bankers, 1,'jOO,
STATE OF PENNa;T'T
Vcmntyof ColumUa, J a,n
I, J, P. Tustln, Cashier of the First National
Hank of llioomsliuig, do solemnly iilllrm that
the nbovo statement is true, to tho best of my
J. P TUSTIN, Cashier.
Submitted and affirmed to bef aro me, this l.'tli
day of Ojtober li;o.
M. WitmiovEit, Notary Public.
Courf.ct, Atttst: John K. Urotz, C lt. l'ax
ton, Win, Neal, Directors
FOR M'EOIAL COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
COMMENCING Ol 'IOI1EII 31st 1H0.
Bloom B. C. Miive, I.ajton llunynn. Mathlas
Shafler, Chester C. ' in ninn, Robert Callicnii.
Berwick Dor. Jacob w. Dtlltiikh, Jacob
Heaver Levi Michael, Grn. P. Dlelsbnch,
Benton Isaac Gibbons, Jacob Wolievcr.
Catawlssa Samuel I'n iterlclr.
rishlugcreek Daniel Kllciien, Samuel YosI
jniin , . uoiemon.
(Ireenwood-licuJ. F Bnttln. Geo. W. Ult.
LO( Ut II, lit .mill WfiL'tler. Simif I l.'t.tlt .
Miilne-E. H John, Charles l lshcr, Benjamin
MiulNon-John yt, smith VoaIov Oirtoti.Wll
SOU A Hen. 'William T'lirt-ell .Inhn i hHuilnn
Mt. l'.nant Joel IteMUdeller, Jitcob l'hrr.
ttl'lltHH' Uflll l.llt.
J-ioIl WUUum Abbott. Anion llnone, Georgo
. CrevcllDg. Daniel Wiiytler,
TTi M. KNORR.
Ji- Having purchased tliestnck of tho old Kpv.
sioiieShoo store, and added tiiereto n large and
well selected new stuck Is precnml to culdblt
uio ui-i ,iiiieiy oi
BOOTS AND BHOES
everbrought tothisplace. Ho is ntso prepared
to lllaku Boots anil Shops to order In MiMtnto.1
and best stvies. For cnMi ouly. In the c.l.l Post
viiiice uiiiiiiiog, eorucr .iiain una .Maruet sureels
Bloomsburg, l'a. sep'J'70-ly.
KSTATK OK J A CO II TliAIin. TiF.(!lK
Letters ot iKJnilmstmtion on thuesbiio of Jacob
iraurt, laio oi luooui lwp Columblii count
tou', iiuvn botn wrnnliil by the ItettMerof sa
couniy ojunniiiaii Trauii remitting in tbn iwi.
find comity nforcMild. All porj-ons havlmr claims
inu t-iuiu oi iuo oectueut nro requesieu
to prt'heut them ior 8ettlcment, and thuso in
debted to the estatu to maUo payment to the un
dersigned, administrator, wliiiut delay,
P.-.TATK OK FltKllRaiCK LAUJlACIt TlKf.'n.
l.etiers nt iulnilulMrati..u ou the estate of
r leueric.c jjaunacu, line or isusarioar townstni),
Columbia county, dee'd. have been granted by
the Iteslster ot said county to Andrew Laubach,
and John 11. Llltltinrli. nf Pole. Prenlr. IV.I nn
All peiM.lis linlliu claims nualnst tho estatu or
inu ui-iTut-iu nro icnueMi u to preisenl tneln lor
settliment, und Ibosu Indebted to tho estate to
make payment to the iindersiautd, ndmluMm
JUHN U. LAUHAUll.
A Torpid System.
Hometlmcs, without nny nsslgnablo cause, tlio
physical strengtli and animal spirits give way,
and n strange torpor lalts alilta on tlio bo ly and
Intellect, Tliero is llltlo or no pain perhaps , but
tlio natural vigor and elasticity of Iho nervous
and muscular system seems to have departed,
nnd indltrerenco to tlio plea.urcs of life, nnd
even of Its grave rop.inslbllltles, mites the placo
of that earnest Interest lu both which character
izes every well balanced mind when in n healthy
This statoofparll.il collapse Is often the pre-
mnuttory symptoms of some serious malady. It
Indicates unmistakably that tho vllal powers nro
languishing and need u stimulant. In such cases
tlio elloct or a few doses of Hostetter's Stomach
Hitters Is wonderfully beneficial, The great ton
ic wakes up the system from Its drowse. Tho
secretions aud the circulation receive n new Im
petus. Tho relaxed norves recover their elastic
ity under tho operations of tho specific, like the
slackened strength of n musical Instrument In
tho process of tuning. l.Hhirgy uu.t debility
nro repincod by energy and vigor, tlio spirits
rise, nnd life that almost seemed a burden while
tlio season of depre.siou listed, becomes onco
moro enjoyable. Tint such u radical change
should bo produc I by a remedy entirely devoid
of the- powerful alkaloids nnd minerals so ex
tensively used in mo tern practice, miy seem
Incredible lotho-,0 who plu their fallb on tho
medicinal etllcaey of active )olsons, but If these
skeptics will tike tho trouble to cnijtilro of those
who havo testol tlio corrective and altoratlve
virtues of tho Hitters under til, circumstances
described, they will liml iho state nieut to bo
0. HOW Kit;.
as opened a first-class v w
BOOT, HIIOE, HAT CAP, AM) FUH STORE.
at the old stand on hialn Ktreel, IlloomsburB,nfew
doors above the Court House. His slock Is com.
posed of tlieseiy latest mid beststyles ever oiler
ed tu the citlzcusot Columbia County. Ho can
uccoininudato the pnbllewlthtliefollowlni; goods
at tho lowest rates. Men's heavy double soled
stogabootB, men's double ami single tap soled
kip boots, men's heavy sloga shoes of all kinds,
men's tine Units uud shoes ot nil grades, boy's
double soled boots and.shoes of all Kinds, men's
glove kid llalmoral shoes.meu's. women's, boys's
and misses' lasting gaiters, women's glove Kid
l'ollsh very nne.ttomcn's morocco Italn-oralsriud
calf shoes, women's very tine kid butuiued gait
ers. Iu short boots of ull descriptions botb lies
ged aud sewed.
ue would also call attention to his flno assort
HATH, CAW, FUIW ANU NOTIONS,
which comprises all the new and populat vari
eties at prices which cannot rail to suit all. These
goints are otlered at the lowest cash rates and
win o gunrauieeu to give satisfaction, A call
lS SOllCiteil IjetllfM niirnllllvlni, Dl.PU.har. a I, to
believed that belter bargains ure to be foilicl
tlmnal any other piacolu the county.
S. O A S K ,
O O O V 13 Jt ,
HUI'IJIIT, COLUJ111IA COUNTY, I'A.
Coopering In ull IN brunches, well and carefully
done, l'arilcular intention given to Iho manu.
Incline of meat barrels, kiaut stands, pickle
tub., wash tubs, io. Ilcpalrluj attended to.
Itujier, fcept. B, ISTO-i'iu.
must mil, prove property, pay charges, and taku
II away, or It will bo dlied nl according to
Jackson, Oct, II, 8;m:. '
Htraved from tilt, lirpml.i.uiif llm tiil.L..l...
residing In I' at Jlloninsburg.on Friday inorulug
last, a fltlHT ithli COW, w lib small hIiIichk.is
on i the lower part of her belly and u long switch
tell, hhehas mo teats, lour ol the usual slzo
and unu small one. Mie Is six or setciiscar
iilil. A sullablo reword will be paid for any hi
formal ion of her wbeu abouls.
uctinu-it H, ItOHl'NKTOl IC,
Lli KINDS OJ JOH PRINTING
il. neatly eieouted at Tim Columbian Utoam
' A Ii V A UliK fl i: A I, 11 H T A T 15.
Tho iitKlrrsffrnoil. ff imrtll111 nf tlio tnlnnr
(Iron or Itf-njninln lato of Mnln twp,ti-
lumtlft county, dennsod, by Virtue of tlio p iwer
ntul iiuihorlty In liltn. vtstrl by tlio Orphan'
Court of Columbia i-ounty, will exposH to public
Bule.on Iho jiri'inbin, In Mnln twp., nnMcouuly.
ou JIIUilSUAY. OCrt)Ili;it 27tliiS7, nt Tkn
o 1'i.uiK in inn lore noon, in lonowiitK rrnic-s
ti.lo.to wltt A'lloliilnn luuU'4 of Ihivi-I liiowii
on tliortiHt, II, brown unit olhfrMon tlmnoutli.
imulcl Nuhh on I lid WmI, fiixl Wlllliim .MeiiBln
gcr ou tlio rforthontnlulut;
more or les. nhout 100 nett-a nf wbtHi U elpnrpd.
MtMl ttiu lubiuco Is tldibtrfd with uoinl, heavy
Tito I nnd In In utrv hhrh Jtlatnuf rnlllvntlnn.
nna tifiRootl tmnlucthu: Inntt ns uny In tbu county,
nuiy eiuui iu uuy river nuiiuin lunu, wncreou in
cicctcit a boolI two story
JUUCK DWELLING HOUSE,
nml other good tsuhftniltlftl out building. Thoro
It nlso u Rood well of water nt tho sprlnR lioue,
nnd near the dwcllltiKhouHo nWtn weiUu wat
er nt tlio barn, 'lUno in 11 yotwl lariro 1JAN1C
MAUN, two Wasou llouien, n CIDIHl MILL nnd
rilivS!. nil lu KOd cohdltlon. There nro also
planted on the preui'Res
TWO VKUV GOOD AITXjK OUClIAUDrf,
which Ichl from four to six hundred bushels of
appiei pernnuuin. inereisni&o la connection,
other fiuU trees In nbundnnce.
ine nrenusennrn iiowkowpii with but r nmnii
winter crop.mnklngUniinddMIoiml Inducement
to jmrclmnTH to buy, by being nblo to put out a
The said iiremlRe nro nUunted In distance from
tho markets an followa: ono nnda half miles
north ol Mulnvlllf, hk miles can of t'atnwURu,
nnd four miles from 11 looms burg.
Conditions ov HALKt-Ono thlrd of tbo pur
chne mouey, nfler the payment of the debt, to
remain nnd be ebnrgcd In the premises dm ing
tho natural life of Luna Kuss, widow of llenjn
min Num, dre'd, the same to be secured by bond
and mortKOge. on cald pronerty.and the Interest
uiurt-uii paj uuio iiiiuunii 10 1110 RHUl W1UOW, O0-
ninnlim ou April is), JS7J.
Twenty per cent, of the nurrhnso money to be
raid nt the ulrlltlnir down ot tin iirotipitv. Oun
thousand dollitM to bo pnld on the lt day of
ipin a, j' ic(iimn uie ijiiinnee io ie paiu in
trill r fin 11 ft 1 nnnnn t bnvhinnki si.lll. Ilr,er uf H.m.
on from the 1st ot April, ltrfl. All expenses for
lctral nnd title papers u be paid by tho purchaser,
1'asscsMuii uhi n on tlio llrstday or April, 1871,
nild IL full ntul fciinloltsttt. lfil ilviti fitrtlm nirnri.
iRetwbcn tho nbovo eoudltloim nre fully com
I-ueu wuil. JUU WAL1A.
vai.uaiii.i; iu:ai. imta'it.
In pursuance of mi order of the Orphans' Court
of Columbia eoliutl. tlio uiiili-rstiMu-.l Ailmlnu.
trntors. He., of Henry Yost of tlio township of
i"".-i " will v.,iiu,. , u i-fiiseo, win expose to
,iuiiiii- sunj on inu pieiiiieH. on n.vil nuai,
October tai, 1SI0, tho hilloH-ingdescilbcd real es-
inu-, iu wu : . cciiuiu i icte or parcel ana
T It A C T O V h A N 1),
Rllu ito in Locust Iwp., In said contily, siljolnliig
lands of (lioruo Ktelsher, Win, bench, Hauiel
..hjhi .inu niiivis, euuiaiuiug
moro or less, the greater part of tho samo being
Tkhms or hai.k : Ten pt-r cent, or oue-fonrth
of the purchase money to bo paid at the sulking
down ol thu property; tho ntie-fourth less the
ten i-er cent., at ttiu couth mutton of tlm knln,
and the lemaitilng lluee-fiurths in one ear
thereafter, wb h Inu list from conllt matlon nisi.
I'lirchest-r to pay fortlcid mid stamps, posses
sion glcn ou the pa ment ot one fourth of tiio
ptltctiase niouiy. Late (lie t-stulo of said iienry
YostillPinseil. i:i,l,AHirrtI YCST,
HcarlnBciielt.O. I.T.ITo It. Administrators.
J- OI' VAI.UAIII.H lll:AI, lSsI-ATli
111 puisu.iuceoran order of flic Orphans' Court
or Columbia county, 1' .., Augustus Tratih, Ad
lullilslrator ot John Tinub, iltn-ased. will ex
pose io puouesiio at too late resilience or said
deceased. In Locust townshln.ou WKIlN't'-sliA v
OOlOlllJll a, ie;, at lllno o'clock In Hie fore
noon, iuo iniio-vingucs.-rioen rent estate to wit
All that ceitaln messuage or
TRACT CI-1 LAND,
situate lit snld township, ndjolntn lands lato of
jiiiiii u. ciuunij, isniuj irwiu, lands laleorjali.es
uu,, i.njuu A live, coijuiiiliug
12 ACIUCS AND 17 I'EHC'1113-.,
moro or lcs, all cleared land. ALSO All that
certain piece ol ground, slluato In Itnarlngcreek
townsnln, udjoliilng l.iiidsnr .Michael Mtrausser,
Daniel Oeusel, Isaac ilrtucll and J. 1. Flneher,
fi AC K ICS AND 102 PJJRCIIKS,
utat measure, covered wltli good
CHIlSTNUr AND HOCK OAK.
A flno Vines aril, which hnr. lif-tivtlv (his vnnr
Is uimii the Hist discrlhcd propeity, ulso n good
upplo orchaid, a never lallliig spring of water,
piUVAT 13 SALE
V A L, U A II I.U ItBAI. EHTATJJ.
Tho undersigned oflers nt private sale about
00 ACRES OF VALUABLE LAND,
situate lu llenlou township, Columbia county
bounded by lands or Hilzabeth Klino, Daniel
Hllllll. Jacob Ash. Jneoh Itelvhllni, i.n.l ntlmr.
l'llteeu Aciesol wlilch is cltured land. It also
i-umuius u goon young ore naru,
A frAjie house and RARN
and n never falling spring of water. Also a
HAW AND LATHE MILL.
Tho bnlnncoor tho (metis heavily timbered
with oak, white plui-,.Vc, "
rur ieruis,eonoiiions, ,c., apply to llio under
signed. 'Iho actual number ol acres will bo de
teimlLCd by surer.
Uelltoil,June 1'l.lsto.tf VJ, Al'I'LKJIAN.
VALUABLU UKAIi KSTATK,
In pursuance of nn order of tho Orphans' Court
oi coiumoia county, l'a.. ou HAi UKDAY, NO
VUMHKll l.'lb, nt ten o'clock lu tho forenoon,
Alien .Maim. Ouardiauor the imrsnnsiiml inihii..
ot MIU Ileunlnger, harah llentlluger, Amellua
jieuiiuii.er, ,iiiuuii j 1 1 uuiimt r nui r.iizaueiii
Hi'iinluger, minor children of Ilcuben Heiiulu
ger, late ol lh-avcr township, in snld county, de
ceased, w 111 expose to side, by public vendue, on
the premises, thu undivided linir or certain real
estate uoundeil and desc-rlbi-d as follows, to w-lt;
on tho nortn by land tifjnliu lliiperl, Daniel
Itamer and Joseph Mmiiuou, on the east by lands
of Daniel Ileunlnger and John Mngley, deo'd
on tlio south by land or Charles t Mann, deo'd,
and ontlowest bv lands ol l-:ilyjilietli shiiiii.in
and Joseph Miuman. The other iiivilvlded half
partiueiioi uemg owned uy one John llenultt
gcr, CONTAINING 129 ACRES,
be tlio samo more or less,
V. H. KNT, Clerk.
Tkums nv ki.f. One-third ton main In tho
place until alter the de ith of the widow, llannah
lleuueiiger, the trtti-rt-st to bo paid tohernunu
ully during nor Hie, an 1 tho nriu.'lpal to ho paid
utter bor death. 'Pen per cent of ono fourth to tie
paid uttbo stilklng dow u of Iho property, one
iourth less tho ten pel cent, at coiplrmatlnu ab
solute, tliu rtmiiinlug tbrte-iuurths Inouoyear
lliereallel' Willi lutelest lrom .ontiriuatlon nisi.
Denver, Oct, II ls;c.w. lluartllan.
p U R LI C S A L13
vai. t AHLi: it i;al i:tati:.
Iu pitrsnnnro of nn order of the Orphans'
Court of Columbia enmity, l'a., ou SATl'ltOAY,
NOVH.MIll-.lt JSth, IS70, at 10 o'clock In tile rule-110011,-Morrlsol,
K. Jackson, who was appointed
by tho Oiphuns' Court or ssid.i'ouuty iu placo
and stead oPthn niltiiliilslrntnr or .Tnhn tl.ive,i
jiort, Uto of Herwlek. lu said county, deceased?
w in -i3 io sHie, ny piuiiiu veniiue. ou me
piemlses, u certain .Messuage and
LOT OF (ROUND,
situate Hi Hie borough of lierwlclc. In I lie county
of t'olumbia and state of l'ctius, Ivanlii, boutid-t-d
nnd described as follows, to w It : ou the north
by lot No. f, on tho c ust by Canal street, ou Hie
south by 1'lne stieet and on the west hy Front
street, being lot No. St of towu plot of said llor
ough of Herwlek, Containing forty-nlnoand a
half feet iroiit, whereon nre erected a
TWO HTOUY Flt.VMi: DWELLING 1IOU31:.
nnd out bitildltigs
W. II. KNT. Clerk.
Tehmsoi.' SAi.i-. One-third to remain lu the
place until niter the death ol the widow, interest
io bo pain to her annually. Ten per cent, or one
fourth of tho ptiu-haso money at the strlkiug
down ot the piopcriy; the one-fourth less the
ten per cent.ul thetotiilrniatlou ubsolute.aud
ttio lemnliilng Ihree-rourths In one year there
after u lib iuleiest from Iho confliiuatlon nisi.
oclll'70-lt, M. K. JACKriON,
liY Virtue ofHundrv wrllanf Wml. Tv dan.
ed out of the Court ol Common Pleas of Columbia
couny and to me' directed will bu exposed to
salo by publlo vendue ur outcry at the Court
Houtioln Hloouikburg.ut one o'clock in Iheafter
noon of Monday Oct. aut. lu, the iollou lug real
i-blate, to wll
Ono lot bt ginning at a corner oh Mummy's al
ley and ISecoud fclrtt-t of the town of liloomsburg
aud runnlllir 1 hen to alniiir miiil ktreel. north.
tstwaidly twenty.onoandahalf leet to lot of
'. ttui'eii, iiicnce aittuti sua) ioi kuuiiiwcal
uurtlly hevenioneaudahali leet to lot No, 85,
thence along Mild lot Miuihuesiwardly twenty
nno aud a hull Ki t to Mummy's alley, ihence
ahing snld iitlt-y nonhtiihUvurUly neveuty-one
and u half lit t to beginning, whereon Is erected
nlaigu two'hluiy brlilc building with tho ap
AlMiiuiu rertalu other lot of land faltnato In
the tuun uf liloonikburg, btKluulng at a post on
the iiorthwettt kino of htcond stret-t Rniint Vn.
tt, n ml i u mil ii'; thence along .ald lot norlU'JtK
uYguN veil EOitit more or Jis loold road al
ley, theuco alo ii if said nllev um'h ii iiiru
t;t Het to lot of John K. Girton, thence idong
V"M rMiuni,u(Biu nui ijuieeimore or
lekM to Second ktrttt aloieoald, thence along
Second bin et iinriluLll.. tl.irfi i ut ri t.i..
ginning, .htiton are imtt'd u duelling houne,
J . j . m uuuuiug, vjui iuo itppur
Helzetl, taken In execution audio bo sold as tho
J'iujiviij- tu just-pa i. Miauuou,
LIFE INSURANCE VOW THE PEOPL .
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
O F P E N N S Y L V A N 1 A .
OrrcE 701 ClibBtnut
W. M. BEYFKHT, Pres't.
LAWItUNCt: M Yi:iW, V. rrcs't.
11. K. DAVI.4, ru'tol Agencies.
This f'mmmnv orcranlzed bvlemllntr ,t.nrpMHii'nttvns nf llin Imlustrlnl fntArests nf ihft Ailtt,.
srldely known ns successful nnd lc-Rponslblo business men, desiring to placo LUo Insurnnco wltb-
n reacn 01 nn, uas uuoptvu n nj sivn, oi
MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF PREMIUMS,
enabling every man to provfdsfor Ills fimlly In case ot I1I5 rtoath, at a cost so trilling ns scarcely
to bo felt, Spoclal attention Is called to this Company's
a much needed fenturo In Llfo Insurance, entirely now in this country: designed to protect In
case of death, the Interests ot
S II A It 13 II O h D E It S
Who havo borrowed money cr jnchasod property payable In Instalments extending ovm
n fee rlts 'of it-arH,
by CAKCKIJJNO any balance ol Jmtcbteiluesi
THIS COMPANY ISSUES
ALL THE OUDINAHV KOltMH OF LIFKAKD KNDOWMLNT POLICIES AT LOW HATEfl OF
PItEMIUM.ON TIIEPAHTICIPATINO PLAN, WJTJ1 HUT FEW Itl-STItlCTIONtt AB
TO OCCUPATION, ANU NONE AH TO THAVEL OH ItDilDENtE.
49Full Information as tol'lani and Features. Is contained In Tamphlets which will be forward
ed by mall on application to tho Homo Oillcu,
Active antl responsible men wanted as Agents,
K. M. HATES, BLOoMflituna. Pa.
AO ENT FOIt COLUM11IA COUNTY,
ioi-Df,iiii c.ttir.it Inir Awrnrtp In i Hlior L loinlnif. t:l in toil. L'rntrc. Nnitl)uiutiitlfliiil. Montour.
WILLAH1) A. WILLlAMP.Ppeclal AEnt,
Bloomsburg, August 19, 1870-Cm,
LATELY MUCH IMPROVED AND 1HK NEW
UNIVEltSAL CEOTIIES WIUXGEIt
Improved with ItoweU'w Patent Doublo Coc:
wheelH, and the Patent Stop, are now unqufs
tlonablv f.ir mii erlor to anv apparnlu for wnili
Ine clothes ever Invented, una will savo (heir
cost twice a year, by snvlng labor nnd elo,he.
Tho Editor nf this paper, who pnrehnHtl a
WPFbcr and WrliJgtr, thus testifies as to their
"Wehnvo had In w-o In our fnmlly for nomn
time jiast,mjo ui Duty'a Clotlicn Washers and
Wringers, and arfl prepared tobp.ir testimony as
to lis merit, lt Is empbutlenlly a aW-aariJif
machine and dot hIIk work In the most tt orouuli
timnner. For families- who bnvi largo wnnhes
Huso maciilnes would bo invaluable." Colum
bian, Jan. 11, 1S7U.
PRICES-A FAIR OFFER.
If the MerrhsmtRln your place will not furnish,
or end lor the Ma hhieN.M tul us tho retail prlco
Washer SH, Kstra Wrlrger U, and wo will for
ward either ot both inachlntH, fue of Height, to
places where no one is t-elllng; and m suit; nro
we they will bo JlUtd, Hint ngrco to Vtfuntl
the money If an one wlfchew to it-turn the ma
chines frtoof irelhtfiiltt ra moath's trial, ac
cording to directions.
No lmf-bfind, fatlu r or brother should prrmit
the druupciy of wnsblr.g with tho bunds, nny
t wo days in ihe year, wlieii it can be done better,
more expeditiously, w 1 tli less lahor, and no In
jury to lhet-'aniicntH t y n Doty Clctiies Washer,
and a Universal Wringer.
Sold b dealcis eneially, to Mhom liberal dis
counts are made'.
IC. t PUOWNINO, Om. Agent,
oct7'T0.tf. '6'1 Cortlandfeticet.Ncw York.
I EXECUTOR'S NOTCE.
2J ESTATE OF JOHN OKAR1IAUT, IECn.
Letters testamentary on the t statu of John
Gearhart. lato of Main tow nub In. Columbia
county deceased, havo been cranicd bv the
Register of al. county to John J. Gearhart,
oi iam lowDMiip, joi. co. jn persons Hav
ing claims hgalnt-tthe estate are requested to
present in em io me ijxecuior in luni
townshin. 'i'hoso indebted to the estate either ott
note. Judgment, mnrtgago or book account will
make payment to the Executor without delay.
ESTATE OP SAINT STOUT, UEC'n.
Letters testamentary on tho estate ot Halnt
Htout, late of Madison township, Columolu
county.dec'd.havo been grantedby the Kcgister oi
Columbia County to Martha Stout, of MadNou
twp., Columbia county. Pa. All persons having
claims against the estate are requested to piescut
them to the Execut Ix In Columbia County, Pa,
Those indebted to tho estate either on note, Judg
ment, raortgngo or boolc account will maUe
payment to the Executrix without delay.
Tnu nndersltrned woald respecitully uuuutiac
to til? public that hi hus opened a
FIltHT-CIAPS CONFECTIONUKY HTOUK,
In tbe building lateW occupied by Fox A Webb
where be Is prepared to furnish all kinds of
PLAIN 4 FANCY CANDIES,
FOREIGN DOMEHTIC FKUITS,
NUTH, 11.VISINS, AC, 4C, 4C.
BY W1IOLEHALE Oil 11KTAIL.
In short, a full assortment of all cootls In
his line of business. A great variety ol
DOLLS, TOYS, Ac,
suitable for the Holidays, Particular attention
II BEAD AND CAKES,
of all kinds, Iresh every day.
OH 1ST UAH TOYS.
A call 1b solicited, and satisfaction will b
NOV.2J. i7 KCKHAHT JAPOIIK,
KitESH AIHUVAL OF
Tne subscriber has tust returned lrom thu oltle.
wltn another large and select assortment of
FALL Aw 11 WINTER UOODS,
purchased In New York and Philadelphia at Hit
owest figure, aud wlilch he is determiner! to Mel
on as moderate terms as can be procured eite
wnere lu Bloomsburg. His stock couiiiiIms
IVDIIW I1KKMH UOODS
nf the choicest styles aud latest t.ulilons, tnethe.
with a largo assortment of Dry Uoods and Oio
rertes, consisting uf the followlnguitlc'es i
;01l ClOtllS, .
lloou and Shoes,
Hats aud Caps
AND NOTIONS GEN RALLY.
In short, everything usually kept lu countr)
stores, to which ue luvlU. the attention of tb
publlo generally. The highest price will be pale
for country produce In exchange lor goods.
H. II, MILLER A BON,
Arcade iltilldlngs, Bloomsburg, l'a,
NEW 0 O A Ii Y A K I),
Thk undersigned respectfully Inform Hie
citUens ot Itloouihburg and Columbia county,
that they keepall tho illflerellt liliiiil.iT nlklot
coal and selected lump coal for hinuhlug I'tirpo
, ou their wharf, adjoining M'Kelvy. .SuilA
Co'a Furnace; w till a good pair of lltillalo fccale
on the vhurf, to tJgh coal, ha, and straw
Likewise a liorso and uagnii, to deliver coal to
those who deslro IU Asthey purthasou large
amount of voal.they intend tokeep a Mitwrlor r
tide, and sell at the ety lowest prices, Phase
call and examine lor yourselves before puichas.
Ing elsewhere. J. W. HKNUKloslloT,
fPHE luult'r.sltriiftl will taku in ex.
JL change for Coul and Groceries, the followlue
uuuiru ariicies i ileal, iiye. uoru, utus, 1 OIU
toes, lird. IIam.Shoulder.aud side meat, lluller
lggs llay,,vcat the highest cash prlces,athu
uroeery more, aujuiuing ireir coal yaru,
oomsburg Mar, lV-ly.
H. W. DORrilLEY, Beo'y
remuluhig UNPAID In caie of UnATH.
NO. W WILLIAM WT, WILLIAM:! TOUT, PA.
imtatcof James iicsi, dkc'u.
t liters ofadinltitstratioti ou the estate of James
llcss, late of Htigarloaf twp, Columbia county
d c'U., nave tweu granted by tho KtgUter of aid
c .iimy, to Edjali Hess and Jobn Kile of
tiugarloaf tounshlp, Columbia county, l'a. All
p 'rmi liavlH claims or demands against the
tt 't-e lent at u itfiue.Htetl t o make them ltuowntaiid
titote indebted to make payment.
KiicUTOllS1 NOTICE. "
i-i nsT-ATiioFJAJifc; rnnu.iifx'it.
-etlern testamentary on ttio citato of June
i'eug, lato of Madison towuitilp Colli in bin Co..
deco, have been granted by the lEeglnierof said
i ainiy to John Henderahot aud 1), A. WaUou
iL'tdlug In M idNon township Columbia
eount, Pa. All persons having claims against
the esiate aro 1-eriuented to presont them tih
Executors In Columbia county. Thosoludebled
to the estate either on note, Judgment, mortgagu
or book account will make payment to the Ex
ecutors without delay,
1. A. WATftON,
KSlATn OF PAUL KLINE. IJtfO'n.
Letters te-tlanit-ntarv an tlm fAtiitn nf p.mi
Kline, jittu or Mt. l'lt-avuit township, Coiumula
Mil lit l' llp'll I 111 I'M hflMI If riltl I fn I llV Mid PanlMluii
ol Miidc'iunty to J0I111 C. Kllneand Joseph Kllno
of Mt Plttwaut twp. All pt-rsous having clnlmi
tigaitifit tho estate aie reiiuesttd to present thorn
to tho Exi-cutois in Columbia county. Thott
Indebted to tho estate either on note, Judgment,
mmtgi.ge or book account will make payment
J KSTATK OF GUOItUE KVANS, DEC'd.
Letters teftanientary on the ent.it o or GeorgQ
dec'd.liavo been granted by tliHlUg!hter of bald!
r 'iimy iiuuiiu . avails, oi jultav ica, V.OI. co.
All person having claims against the estat
am nque.slcd to pr-entthom to tho Exeiiitor lu
IhrwicU Col. co., i'a. Those indebted to the
eRtato either on note. Judgment, mortgage or
book nei-ount will make payment to tho i-x ce
nt or v.'ithout delay,
JOHN W EVANS,
ESTATE OF LEMUEL W. JIQUEKTH, DEC'D.
Lttters or administration on the entato of
Irfmuel V, Uoberts, lato of Sugarloaf twp., Col.
county, deo'u havo been grunted by the Kegister
or said county to Silas W. Mclleury, residins in
JuchNou towublnp, Columbia co.. All ptretona
1ki ing claims against tho estate of the decedent
aro refpiebied to present thera for settlement,
aud thu e Indebted to tho estate to mako pay
ment to tho undersigned, admlnUtrator.wlthout
dclMy. hi LAW W. McllK.sUY.
1, o.. Benton, Pa. Administrator.
i ESTATE Of THOMAS hTACKnOfSF: TIEC'D.
i-ettcri testamentary on the estate ofThomas
oiiieiinouse, ism or fine township, cotumnia
county, deceased, have heen granted hy the Reg
ister of snld county to Michael Stack .muse, of
fine township, Columbia county. All persons
having claims against tho cstateore requested to
present them to the Kxecutor lu Wno township,
those Indebted to the iMateeltlier on note, Judg
ment, mortgage or look account will make pay
ment to the .Executor without delav.
J tsrATE 0P HANNAH ZANKIt, OEC'll.
1 etters testamentary on the estate of lnnuii
Zaner, late of Minlln township, Columbia coun
i v, deceased, have been granted by the Reglstei
il Mil 1 county to .Samuel Creasy, of Mifflin twp.
olumtila county. All persons having claim
iiitniiist the estatu nre reoucsted to present theia
to the i:erutorin lllfllln township. Those In
debted to the estate, either on note, jndgnint or
book nrcount. will make payment to the Kxev.
utor w llhout delay. HAMUEL CUEAMV,
A dlidend of 3per cent, on the capital stock
of the Ctitawista Bridge Company, will be paid
to nil hti ck holders or their legal represeutallvs
on und alter October 10th, 1S70.
ULO. S. OII.BERT.
Catawlssa, Oct. 7. Is'tWt. 1 reusurvr)
J O.HN G. JACOBY'S
UAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY!
The undersigned would respectfully Inloim
the citizens ot llerwlck, and vicinity, that he
has opeutd u Conlectlontry and llakeiy In
ODD FELIX)W.V IIALI,,
llerwlcl:, Ta., where he Is prepared to furnish
all kinds of
l'i.AIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUIIrt
ORANOFS, LEMONS, RA18I.NH
Ac., Ac, Ac, Ac
BY WJIOLKSAI.E AND ItfcTAtt.
Among tho assortment will bo lound Cream
Nuts. I nglisli M iiluuts, IViiuuls, Almonds. Fil
berts, rigs. Apples, 11 ti Nuts, .Ielliesof dllUr.
ent k.n.ls, U i.Muul, I utMip, Tli l.-l, s, Chocolate.
I mill il 1 1 ill t ill nil kinds, i'olli s.1hhi,Kl'K Ills,
cult, Mi!n (uu Kirs, ojsttr Cratkers, iheise,
Muip, Wilting 1'iipir, Agretmeut I'jrers, lu-vt-lojies,
And ir iliicufof nil kinds, I'risli Dread unit
Ink iveiy day. lio cienm In biOkoii. Your
l nponiige Is solicited.
, , , , , JOIINC.JACOUY.
Derwlck, Juuo 17, lS70-tf
Slut ni accidf.ntin.ii'ravii:
I COMPANY, of Hartford. Conn. Cash
A sets. St.-01 1 0 (Irinls l.lhi: anil
i:.Mlt)V3ti:M' l'oilciisof all appro,
veil lorms. Ample securltv. low rules.
Also Insures ugulnst AfCIUi:.T
c tuslng Heath or total disability, l'o !
eles written by tliejearot month, Has
paid 170-1 per day for Klx Yturs 111 bell
Ills to policy-holders.
A DA VI IL new articles for AgenU.
Siiniplesi-ff. H. II. HI1AW, Alfred, Me,
ROYAL HAVANA I OTTEUY.
1'rlres cashed and Information furnished by
uUOKUE Ci'HAM, I'rovldenco, R. I,
-A I EMIilOtJItK EVININO, ATHOME,
OU Yeale prei-atid to furnish prontable em
nli j me ttn Men and Women ai their homes.
One itiou iniuch locality throughi ut theUnlt
nl Mates, cull t-btdge lu this hustness at great
wages. We send, inr, lull paiticulars end a
Miluable mm pie, winch will do to commence
work on. Any reison seeing this nouce.who
wants profitable, permanent work, should sin-l
E. J. ALLEN i. CO., Augusta, Maine,
0 I A A DAY FOR ALL -eiteucll Tool tainplrv
OIU mailed free, A. J. ITM-am, Hi lltnadway,
i VOIU ll'ACKI. A victim of early Indlsi-re-A
lion, inuslug neivous debllltj , pitiuature ile.
ii-y ,ic-, hi lug tried In valu eiry adcillsul
remedy, has a simple meaus of t-elt-cure, w hich
l.e will send free to his lellow-suileiers. Adilitn.
J. 11, '1 LTl LE, 7x Nassau si., Nt w Yotk.
"TOTICE IS IIFltEllY QJ VEX
X that au application will be made nt the nut
iiiieliugol the Ueueiul Asseiubl of tho CViu
iiionweiilili ol I'tiinsjlvauln loriho lucoriniia
lion ot u t-uhk,lu aciorduucewlthtlielsiisofllie
t'ouimoiiwenllh. to be cutuhd the "Catawlssa
Det-osli aud having Hank," to be located at Cat.
w issa, i nl. eo.J'a., w Ith u capital of tiny tliotisauU
dollnis, with the right to luirtasetlie samelo
one hundred und fitly thousand dollars.
Catuwlssa, July 1, ls7Utui.
A DMINISTltATOnVS KOTJOE.
J JHTATKOK JOBlAH II. FT KM AN, DSC'ti.
l.i tier oi adailuutrullou on the estate o Jontah
II rutmun. iHteoj liloom twp.Aolumbla couuty
Uit il.. hate hi hi Bmed b) ihe lttcUter olMild
touuty, to Mhhaei K. r wly ol liluom twp,
AU i t-ikous haviUK claim ordemaudu ugalui
!u ot eti'f ut atv renutitti d to make them know u
ttUU iuu iuutuitiu iu lauHU imvuitu'.
MICH ALL t, LVKItLY