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Frltlny Moriilugr, Oct. as, isto.
WIMILM. JL. -11. - - - - -
If TUB OOf.VMMAN tho Largest
Circulation or nr PP vitbllah.ii In
Northern Ieniisylnl, "' ' '
much lnrcrhat than any of 111 eotem.
porirl. and therefore the licit maillum
'far mtrertl.iiia; In this eetlnn ottha Mime,
The Fiikb Vote. Tho attention of
tho reader In called to tho speech of Mr.
Buckalkw, ou tho lint lmge, on this
subject. This speech la not a repetition
'of former nrgunionts, but a continua
tion thereof, and probably gives nmoro
practical Idea of tho details of tho plan
thnn any thins that liasyot appeared.
The Result in the Stato.
Tho Congressmen elected are divided
between tho patties very nearly as they
bhouM he, taking tho last Presidential
vote us a teat of party strength 13 Re
publicans to 11 Democrats, though 12
.members are Indebted to Democratic
votes for their election, and only au
equal number owo that obligation to
.As to the recent contest, so far as ro-
ards the popular vote, we look upon It
'jtu a drawn battlo, rather favorable, how-
over, to tho Democracy. Tho vote was
not a full one, nnd thoro Is not a sufll
clout majority of those polled far either
judo to make it safe to claim a decided
wJctory. But, certainly, tho largo galu
of Congressmen is something for the
JJomocracy to exult ovor.
The most Important point settled is
UiU, viz : that the Itepnbl leans gam noth
ing by the addition of the Jfegro vote I
,As tho Negroes nearly all votou, tno
general poll being light, tho Republican
train would havo been overwhelming
had there not been a largo accession of
white men to tho Democratic ranks.
Tho feeling of disgust at having the Ne
gro brought to the polls upon an equali
ty will bo much more effectual hereafter
than at tho last election, for whito peo
ple only begin to realize the offensive
mess of tho proceeding. The more they
.reflect upon it tho morodetermlned they
will hereafter bo in resisting it, and the
timo is already close at hand when all
jiartlcs will want lo rid themselves of
.the odium of having tho Negro vote.
'Wo therefore regard Pennsylvania as
certain tq be thoroughly Democratic
hereafter. The Republican party Is
ulmnly on tho wane, too, for other rea-
.bous, and one complete and thorough
defeat will send It to tho tombs never
to come forth again oven by tho power
ful hand of resurrection, unless it bo
-under a new name, disguised, and with
'other objects in view.
Immediately after the election it was
'announced that Messrs. Scimnck of
Ohio, and Moruell, Armstrong, and
Cessna of this State, 'woaU contest
ihe seats of thcirsuccessful'compotltors.
Thoro seemed to be no other ground for j
this courso ofaction than1 that the suc
cessful candidates'had been chosen'by
Small majorities. That 'fact affords
"great facilities for'contestlneand thwar
ting popular Judgment, for.it is seldom
If over the case that Bome'techn.cal'er
ror (really of no moment) cannot be
discovered in. some ono or rubro of the
many election districts contained with
in the largo boundaries of a Congres
sional district. Ono good result, how
ever, attending th'esa congests Is,.th"a
candidates who thus defyipopular ma
jorities are over effectually killed there-'
Of the above, Mosses. ScnENCK and
Moruell .have already onnounoed that
they will not contest, their senso of
honor precluding them from endeavor
ing to 6btaIria'6eatbjJrnedri3'6f technic
alities and tho sympathy ofithelr po
litical friends in Congress. Mr. Arm
dtronq is B'gentleinan of high'porsonal
c haracter, proud oflils honorable namo,
and nothing short of tho art will induco
us to bcliovo that' he will contest upon
'technical grounds. He has been fairly
defeated, in a district overwhelmingly
Republican, becausehis own party were
personally dissatisfied with him, and
every instinct of manly honor therefore
demands of him to submit to the result,
and fight his battlo manluliy before the
- people who, rightfully or wrongfully,
havo rejected him.
But In tho remaining case there is a
different slate of affairs. John Cessna
Is In politics what a dirty little whelp
is among puppies. He would Just as
willingly steal a seat in Congress, or
anything else, us to obtain It by nonora
tie' means, and If tho choice were left
perfectly free to him we are by no means
certain that his natural instincts would
not lead him to prefer tho meanest or
most vllllanous way.
Contesting successfully will not bo so
easy in tho next Congress as in tho last.
Thb Republican majority will be both
more limited and moro cautious. Even
in tho last Congress many Republican
members shuddered at tho outrages so
often committed upon popular rights,
buttheso wcro usually deterred from
action by tho overwhelming party ma
jority. In tho next Congress, it is ap
parent, too, that tho Republican ma
jority will bo greatly reduced if not
practically annihilated. Fair men will
therefore havo power and (ho outra
geous schemes of tho reckless will be
'more or less effectually curbed.
Tho unpopularity of throwing men
ut who havo been elected will alto de
ter tho Republican majority hereafter.
Tho recent elections make It abundant
ly manifest that It has becomo necessary
tor tho Republican party to husband Its
trength If it would retain power. It
loan derive no advantage, but Will reap
injury, by tho unfair gain bf a few votes
in Congress. AVhil.o Cessna would as
toon of choice wallow in filth as rove)
In virtue, tho other gentlemen named
Will scarcely bo willing to forever blast
their political future for the sake of an
ill-gotten brief moment In CongreM.
Vo conclude, therefore, that there Is
a vast amount of fudge about tho threats
of contesting Congressional seats and
look confidently for a nobjercourspof
The Philadelphia Day declares that
''a fair and honest election in any great
dfy la n rare occurrence.'' As tho editor
Is familiar with the Philadelphia elec
tions in most comploto detail, tho ad
mission may be regarded as frank and
true. Ho certain means have, yet been
suggested to correct this unbearaoloovll
except the plan of free voting. As that
woud takeaway all motive for cheat
ing, wo nilglit then look for fair elec
tloos and respectable representation
General suri.tlso Is expressed thruugh
out tho Slate at the defeat of Ihu De
mocracy of Luzerne tit tho recent elec
tion, and explanation is Impatiently
Called for. So far as wearoablo to Judge
at this point, wo think ono of tho com
plaints of tho Democracy of Luzcrtio Is
that they hvo entirely too many small
great men, and that inauy cf these,
capablo of little el so than mischief, are
most disgracefully selfish nnd factious.
But tho material causo of failure is tho
corruptions that' havo becomo so pre
valent lu that county, and this corrup
tion pervades all their operations. Tho
Scran Ion Democrat, for Instance, coolly
'Tho Delegates havo to bo boucht
when elected ; they havo to bo bought
n second tlmo in tho convention, and
Anally must bo bought a third tlmo to
secure (heir votes, and after this trouble,
tlmo and expense, thoy will sell to tho
opposition nnd defeat tho men they
And the editor might, with equal
propriety, havo said tho same thing of
tho petty politicians who pervado the
county. Of cou'rsoi with this systematic
corruption, there can bo no success
and ought (o be tione. Whole, organized
societies, nnd other bodies of men.nro
bought up, nnd therefore tho party that
is most reckless and unprincipled In
tho uso of money succeeds. Lot tho
system of free Voting bo applied to
theso fellows, and then their baseness
and corruption will bo crushed to tho
earth, and honest pcoplo will onco moro
havo their way.
For tho causes adverted to, tho Dem
ocrats lose a Congressman in n Demo
cratic district. Were tho peoplo of Lu
zerne ulono effected by this result, it
would bo of small consequence, but a
voto In Congress may be of tho utmost
importance to all tho peoplo of tho Na
tion, and tho result of this corruption is
therefore to be deplored.
Tho defeat of Judge Woodward, for
tho President Judgeship, is mortifying
to all who take deep interest in the
ability, integrity and respectability of
the Judiciary. Ilo would honor any
bench and bo a credit to any people.
Ho would elevato nnd dignify any Ju
diciary. Yet ho is beaten by a petty
demagogue, who Is successful by low
arts and bald corruptions! Of course,
It is tho people, and not Judge Wood
ward, who are disgraced by tho result.
When tho electing power Is so grossly
reckless and corrupt, what are pcoplo
to expect from tho bench? It Is but
poor consolation that the rogues may
suffer as much by tho result as honest
men. What is wanted In the case, by
all classes, is an honest, able and incor
It is not for us to undertake to lecture
or admonish tho Democracy of Luzerne.
We hope, howover, that they will take
such decided action as will hereafter ro
Hovo their friends In other parts from
tho misfortune of dofeat and chagrin.
The President has Issued a proclama
tion appointing Thursday, November
24th, as a day of Thanksgiving "for tho
bounty, of God during tho year about to
cioso and to supplicate for its continu
Last year the President ventured to
appoint a daydifforent from tho ono
universalis observed (after a fashion)
by Yitnkeedorn.but this year ha has
submitted to' New' England whines and
accepted their day'! the last Thursday
of November. A reliable account of its
orlgtri runs about us' follows :
Tho Massachusetts colony were or
pretended to'be In a' starving condition,
or w6ro' apprehenslv'o of 'It, whonthoy
eoncliii.ed to rnako a raid Into the Indl
anfceo'uhtry to endeavor to obtain pro
visions. FIrialiythcy found a Consider
able nuantity- of Indian corn rudely
stowed away and partially covered with
leaves. No Indians belnp about thoy
stolo tho corn and returned homo re
joicing. To make the thoit look respect-
ablo and consistent with Yankeo reli
gion, they declared that tho Lord had
discovered it to them, and they there
fore offered up public thanks. Tho oc
curence took placo on the last Thurs
day of November, which is now ob
served as an anniversary, nnd therefore
tho indignation at President Grant
last year for appointing a different day,
Tho favorite Yankee mode of observing
it Is by eating pumpkin pies, drlmdng
skim milk and sticking their twanged
noses Into other people's business.
By many people in this Stato the day
is observed with becoming religious
services and devotion.
A. Rich Dodge 1
A few days ago it was announced by
telegrapli that Senator Cameron had
an attack of paralysis, but in a day or
two a contradiction followed. In tho
mean tlmo, tho newspapers that felt so
disposed had a raro opportunity for In
dulging In Cameronlan puffs, a small
luxury of which tho Senator is remark
ably fond. Col. Forney oven had the
satisfaction of heralding that ho had
dined on.tho same day with tho Bona
tor, and that tho meal 'was "exceeding
ly well served." That a sort of paraly
sis, of short duration, and of not very
serious moment, should occur after
such Indulgence is nothing new under
tho sun I Wo have heard of tho llko
before, and oven dreamed of itl Big
dinners nnd big drink?, swallowed and
guzzled, are quito naturally followed
by temporary paralysis at least that
will do (or a pollto name for it, but we
don't often see it heralded to tho public
by friends 1
But tho Ptilludelphla Sunday Morning
(a quito creditable source) gives this
version of tho 'matter : At the aforesaid
dinner, Oamkro.v complained that "the
newspapers hud little or nothing to say
about him." Forney pompously ex
claimed, "Why, my dear General, I
will set the wholo fraternity to praising
you In less tbau twenty-four hours,"
Henco t ho despatch that "My dear Gen
eral" was about dying) Nor was For
ney mistaken pearly "tho wholo
batch" were .yelping heartless praises
within tho prescribed tmoi Oh, nows-
papordoui, is not thy namo frailly t
A MEDICAL Journal In Now York has
jnado ho discovery that half tho diseas
es which, affoct nodern humanity are to
boattributctt to carpets. Tho writer
asserts that, carpeted rooms constantly
occupied contain millions of particles
of hair, cuticle, epithelium, ovules,
fungi, and other organic (natter, which,
set in motion by tho trailing skirts of
tlin U'fttnnn molrn f tin nip nllvn ivltti In-
I fection, and All our' nostrils and lungs
j with tho 6eedi of everything horrible.
Tho papers of nil parlies nro ndvocn"
ling the olectlou of u Stato Convention
to revise the Constitution. That such n
Convention, If composed of a majority
of really ublo hnd honest men, might
do much good, wo do not doubt. But
that men offeucli character would bo
elected under tho present system wo
very much doubt. Should n Conven
tion bo called, wo hopo it may bo elect
ed upon tho free voting plan, ns lu that
caso it would no doubt bo composed al
most entirely of tho Very best men of
tho State. Such Convention would
havo tho power or regulating matters
In some manner that would to a groat
extent prevent Leglslatlvo corruption,
nnd in fact onco more mako tho Legis
lature itself respectable This alono Is
nsufllcicnt inotlvo for assembling tho
Convention, but other improvements
could a'so bo made.
Tho following remarks on tho subject
wc cut from tho Lancaster Intelligencer.
Tho ideas are in tho main sound, but
Wo object to tho suggestion of electing
tho Stato Treasurer "by tho pcoplo."
Udder 'that plan, In Its practical work
ing, "tho peoplo" would havo but Ilttlb
to do with It, but tho selection wouiil
necessarily bo left to partisan Conven
tions. Such would bo tho" magnitude
of the pecuniary Interest lnvolvcd.that
corrupt mon would bo sure to corrupt
tho Conventions, as Ihey do now tho
Legislature. Similar' Federal officers
are appointed by tho President, and wo
know of no ovll arising from it. In our
Judgment, tho Auditor General, Survey
or General and Stato Treasurer ought
nil bo appointed by tho Governor, nail
should (with the Secrotary of tho Com
monwealth and Attorney General) form
a responsible Cabinet. Wo would givo
them all seats In tho popular branch of
tho Legislature, without votes, but to
bo required to answer every proper
question rclatlug to their several de
partments that might bo nddrossed to
them. Tho political opponents of theso
gentlemen would then have tho power
to"keep tho peoplo thoroughly advised
of the manner in which each depart
ment of their Stato Government was con
ducted, and of courso this power would
be freely exerclsod. That the Governor
of tho Stato would mako n hotter selec
tion for each of theso offices than 000,000
men can.Isjustassuro n3 that ono com
pctant man may know tho peculiarities
of a personal acquaintance better than
COO.000 can. Under this plan no Gov
ernor would dare to appoint cither an
Incompetent man or a roguish ono, for
Ids political opponents In tho Legisla
ture would bo sure to expose tho delin
quent officer in such manner as to bring
odium upon tho appointing power.
Without discussing this subject fur
ther, wo desire to call attention to tho
suggestions of tho ljnQnstar,fnkUigen
cer, to wit:
Legislative powers should bo restrict
ed to tho enactment of general laws,aud
tho power or granting dinners to cor
porations bo left to tho courts, witli
No bill should bo allowed to pass ex
cept after being printed nnd put on ille,
and then only on call of tho yeas and
nays by a clear majority Of the members
All increased expenditures for ordi
nary purposes should, require a two-
third voto on call of yeas and nays, and
no increase should bo madd to tho State
dobt withot tho sanction of a popular
vote, excopt in ease of war or insurrec
Tho sessioii of tho Legislature should
bo limited 'and tho s'alarles of members
and officers bo fixed by tho Constitu
Every rnoraber should bo required to
swear, before taking his seat, that ho
nau not ciirecuy or lnuircctiy promiseu
anything of valuo'to secure his election
and that ho' would not receive anything
in consideration of any official act.
The Statu Treasurer should bo.made
clectivo by tho people for a torm of
years, and tho fuutis of tho Stato be
placea beyond ttie reach or speculation.
These are a few of tho amendments
to our State Constitution which experi
ence has shown to bo absolutely neces
sary, but there aro others which could
do readily suggested.
A Convention, culled to amend tho
State Constitution, oueht to bo chosen
in accordanco with a system which
would Insure a fair representation of tho
minority, as wen n tno majority in ov
ery section of tho Commonwealth, and
all mere partizan considerations ought
to bo cast nsldo by tho pcoplo In tno
cholco of delegates. The very best and
wisest men of tho Stato, nnd none oth
ers, ought to bo selected for this Import
In one respect tho work of the pro
posed convention onght to be funda
mental. The present system of choos
Ine Congressmen. Members of tho Leg'
islature, County Commissioners, City
and Borough Councllmen, and similar
bodies oueht to bo broken up. and
plan adopted by which tho minority
would bo fairly represented.
Wo are glad to bo able to say that tho
newspaper press of Pennsylvania is
very largely in favor of tho Immediate
nuoption oi uu tno rciorms wo navo in
dicated. And nnv other Judicious
amendments to thu Stato Constitution
which mightbosuggested would receivo
tno support oi tno press una tue peopiu
wunout respect to party.
Tho Congressional Vote in Bradford.
From tho timo It was ascertained that
the vote in this Congressional district
was closo, nobody doubted hut that
votos enough-would be added dnf'Brad
ford to elect Mercur. But it seems
that othor and earlier means were' also
resortod to In order to render his eleo
Hon certain. A friend writes :
In Towanda Borough tho election
board adjourned without concluding
tho count, leaving tho boxes unsealed in
the Grand Jury Room. The next morn
Ing thoy concluded their count when to
tho surpriso of all honest voters in To
wanda Mercur mado a gain of 144
In PIko Township, (Bradford) which
gavo Mercur' 203 majority tho election
board took tho. boxes ayvay from (ho
polls to enable a sick Republican to
voto. How many tickets were j.ut in
on mo way wo aro not informed.
In North Towanda, which gavoMER
cur 11 majority the polls were closed
nt(J instead of 7 o'clock, preventing
many Democrats' among tho laboring
masses from young. In Orwell Town
ship Mercur got 145 in&Jorlty,tho board
adjourned to dinner, closing tho polls
also tit 6 o'clock.
In Warren Township Mercur got
Oi majority, tho board closed tho polls
while they .went to dinner and supper.
and closed at 0 p. m.
There is said q bo more Irish born
citizens In New. York, according to tho
census, than in Dublin, ,
The plum trees In some parts of tho
Middle Statos aro reported to bo in full
bloom, having mistaken tho recont
rains and pleasant weather, for early
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BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY,PA.
Tho shock of an cnrthiiuakc. which
fpim! across the Atlantic hIodo ou tho
EOlh Inst., kept tho muni track so far iw
Iho news of its progress has come lo
hand. Its occurrence during a period
of violent surface phenomena lends
rorco to tno theory tnat mere is an inn
mate connection between surfacnHtorms
and subterranean commotions. The
West India Islands were but tho other
day tho theatre of a slorm of wind and
rain almost unprecedented. A fow
days earlier n great rainfall carried
dcatli and destruction through' somo of
tho fairest portions of Virginia. Mon
day night a great storm swept tlibon
tiro chain of great lukos on our north
ern frontier, causing frightful destruc
tion of life and property. Tho shock of
earthquake, following bo closo upon
thoso great storms, Justified belief In
tho similarity, if not Identity, of.causes.
The shock was felt in Cleveland at
about seven o'clock, and was so violent
that tho pcoplo rushed Into tho street
In great alarm. Tho samo shock wns
felt In Mcadvlllo a fow minutes later,
but wo have no particulars. Tho wnvo
reached Syracuse at 11:20, but was not
violent. At Schenectady tho shock was
so violent that tho swaying of buildings
was perceptible, nnd tho peoplo rushed
for tho streets in confusion nnd alarm.
The shock at Montreal wns coincident
as to time, and tho effects ns marked as
at Schenectady. At Now York tho
shock was scarcely less violent nnd
caused great excitement. At Boston
walls were cracked, and tho emptying
of houses was general. At Burlington
clocks were stopped and erockery sha
ken down. Tho shock was felt more or
less severely nt Portland, Bangor, Low
istown, Saco, nnd elsewhere In tho
northeast. Philadelphia Day.
Our nclghhois ntScranton, puttlngon
city nlrs, imaglno that they felt It too,
but whether before or after tho news of
tho shock at other places, wo nro not
Informed. Tho editors of tho Scranton
Jlcpublioan declare that thoy felt It very
distinctly in their office, but ns that was
about tho tlmo tho editors would begin
to appreciate tho election returns, their
quaking might hnvo been induced
from other causes than tho movements
of terra jlrmalcrrorum moro likely,
Wbent per bushel
Rvb " 1 "0
CnrnoM " 91
Oats. " i 60
K our nor barrel -
Kinxfteoa 1 "
Ilrled Armies 10
HIiIpk anil KhnnlilprH 17
I.ttra per pound "
Hnvperlon.. 10 00
No. 1 Bcotob iile 83231.1
No. 2 " " .'. - f28S8W
Hemlock Boards per thousand feet
l'frin " ' " tono lnehl ...
. 15 Of
. H 00
, 7 !'
,8 1 0)
Joist, Kcuutltntr, Plunk, (Hemlock) H ...
Hhlnxles, No. 1 per thousand
swine " . ;;'.v.'."!r.'.z.'.'"
Northwestern snpernne nt 34.759 31.03
North western family .....
jik at Pennsylvania red, y bus. .
.. 1.373 tl 31
nnmiiern " " ...
Western " ....
ftYE Pennsylvania rve. W bni
Cokn Yellow, "
rnoviso2rt jiess ,oriE,t out
Pressed Hogs, 0)
Smoked. Hams '
" KhouUlers lb
Sisfc-aa 1'loverseeu vbus ,
I.nrd, vn Ilk: 1UU
l imoinyseeu uus..
V'iaxsi'ed " ...
CAli lk Heef Cattle A Et
Cows. A head
Wiikkp V C) H
Uous-tt 100 Bs
rpHOSE WHO AIIE SIOK. OK AF
X Ulctetl with any clirontu difllculty, should
Treatise, tteut free to any atluresi.
oct2$'7lMf. 1. O. Box New York City.
tjiiine to the premises of the subscriber lu Malno
township on or nbout tho Hill day of October,
1870. TIIIIEE COWH. two of them drv. the other
gives about three quartaof ruilk per duy.tlieoue
n light red with white strenk along tho back,
one a black with whito belly, back und head,
lump on jaw, xue oilier uaric reu wnn wiuie uacK
and belly, with star ou forehead, and three wbtlo
legs. Tho owner will come forward, prove piop
ery, pay charges and take them nway, otherwise
tnoy win uo bom accoruing 10 law.
Malno twp., Oct. 2S 1870-
A UDITOR'S NOTICE.
X ESTATES OF PH. JOHN Klil'dE, DKC'D.
In the Orphans' Court of Columbia county,
inttr allalUa Auditor appointed by tho Court,
In malco distribution among holrs of tho estnto
of Doctor John Kluge, will meet tho parlies
Interested, for the purpose of his appoint
mcnt, on Friday the 2olh day of November
next, at to o'clock A. M., at the otllco
of C D. Brockway In Uloomsburg. In said
county. All pnrtles Interested nre requested lo
attend, or be debarred from coming In lot a part
of the said fund,
C. B. BrtOCKWAY,
QUBPffiNA IN DIVORCE.
In tli fViirt. ef f.ntnmnn lMpas nf Holu mhla
I county, inter ttlta.
v., 4o. 4t vtrv, x.. 10.3
To the above named respondent : You nro here
by notified that thesubptona and alias suhpteua
In the above case havlut; been returned non est
Inventus, you are hereby required to appear In
nils cuurb ou rtiuumay 1110 .iu uay ui jJccemuer,
A. 1). Io70, to answer the complaint In this caso.
Uloomsburg, Oct. Is, 1370-Uw rihcrll!'.
UI3PCENA IX DIVOIICE.
in tho Court of Common Pleas of Columbia
mini t v. Vn. fi StntPiiilipr Tprm . IX". IV
BOrAltlUUH HMKTJIKItS, 1
vs. v jAbel lu Divorce,
AMANDA BMETHEIW. J
To the above named respondent: You are bore
by notified that the subpuma and atlas subpeena
In the above cake bavins been returned lion est
inventus, you are hereby required to appear lu
thu court ou the first Monday of December, A,
D. ts7H, to answer the complaint In this cane.
PHI ME BKIOIC
FDR. SALE AT
Tor particulars, uddress
It. J, MILLARD, lifcpy.
011 T, U, MILLint, Lime Ridge.
OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
In pursuance of an Order of tho Orphans' Court
of Columbia county, 1'a., the undersigned, Uuur
dlans of Charles Ueurhart, Daniel Geurhart, Eliz
abeth Gearhart.uud Htephea Uearhart, Jr., min
or children of Jacob Geurhart, Jr., late of Maine
township, In said county, deceased, will expose
to puhllu hale, on the premises, ou THUttyDAY,
NOVEMIi EH 2Uh, lflo .at twelve o'clock, uoou,
the following described valuable real estute, to
wit: AU that certain
FAUM AND Tit ACT OF LAND
ultuatojn Maine township, said county, bound
ed by lauds of Rudolph Hhumuu, John Uearhart,
John Kusi, and Daniel Kenhteiniacher,
CONTAINING 112 ACHES,
be the fen me more or less, on which are erected a
House, large Frame Darn, aud other outbuild
lugs. There Is also upon tbo premises a tine
young Apple Orchard, aud u variety of other
lrult trees, W, II. E1ST, Clerk.
Conditions or balk. Ten per cent of one
fourth of the purchase money to be paid by the
purchaser uttue striking uowu 01 ine property,
line fourth less the ten Dtr ctnl. to be itaid at tha
One-fourth less the ten pur ct nl, to be paid at th
confirmation of ttie sale. "1 be balance to be iald
lu ono ytwr from the oonflrmMtlou of sale, with
titer est from the lime the purchaser iretsmssos
slou of the said premises. The frralu In the
grouud to be sold with the farm, rowtesslon of
the premise lo be given on inc nrstday 01 April
A, D.,1371. WILLIAM CHE A BY.
ALBO At tho samo time and place will be sold
about w bushels of Wheat, W bushels of Uyu
and Ti bushels of Com, as the property of Cath-t
urine Gearhart, late of Maine township, lu said
Conditions will be made known on day of sale,
OF VAMUIIM5 IlKAt, KaTATK.
The undersigned, Kxeeulor of tho Inst will of
John Kile, late of MiBrloaflownhlp,tJoliimbl,
comity, ueoeaseu, win eiio iu J,"w'1H,T,:;Vti
the late residence of lliodocedcni., on HArUII
DAY, NOVKMI1EH Sill, ls7H, at J o clock In the
afternoon, thu following deuTlbed real esUW to
will The uuutriucu nan 01 a
TRACT OF TIM UK R IiAND,
In thewaranteenamonf Samuel Neytimi.situ-
1110 lu Jackson two., Col. Co., boundca on lue
norineast vy n irnci in iimwiHinu'.. ""'" -Wesley
Hess.on Iho westby county lino, and 011
tne HOUlll vy iiiuu 111 mo wurruntuu in"".'" -,
uol Yotks and by land of Jesse Illiono, con
taining 3o7 ACUE3 AND 81 PERCHES,
strict measure. ABO 1 Tho undlvldod ono-nair
of another tract of tlmlier land situate in Jack
son anil hucarioai townsmp,m uiu warruuieu
name of Wesley Hess, bounded outhewosi by
the above described tract, on the north by Und
of James Hess, 011 the oast by llobort MontRom
cry nnd others, nnd on tho south by lands of
David Uolder, containing
103 ACRES AND 83 PERCIIEd,
strict measure. ALSO: Another timber lot on
West Creek Kails, lu Jackson township, making
a cood mill seat, bounded on the south by land
lato of l'lilllp lirlekbautn.on tho west by the
same, on the north by land of Jesse lthone and
on the east by land of Klljati l'ctcrinan, coutalu-
ing I'UUH ALMK7, BiriCl, Jiii'imurr. ......
Coles Creek, Oct, 28, lS70-2t. Executor.
'mo rniintv Ttrldse abavo Reuben Wilson's.
over Llttlo Fishing creek, Is In it dangerous con
dition. The west abutment has given way, the
scew-back, arches, post aud roof uro rotten.
Wo will meet at said place to let tho repairing
of said llrldge, on Wednesday, November 9, 1870,
nt 1 o'clock P. 41, To bo 1 et by open bids to the
lowest nnd best bidder. I'ar'.les Interested will
WM. O. OUIC1C
Atteil: WM. KllICKDAOM. Clerk,
nioomsburg, Oct. 2.1, lS70-2t.
CSTATC OP DANIKL NYKU, lKOI.
Letters of tuimlnlst ration on tho c&tute of Daniel
Nyer. lute of MllUn twp., Columbia county,
Uuc'd, havo boon grunted Uy the KctfWter of said
tho county afore salil. AU persons having claim!
ngiunsi uie esuuo or ino ueceuoui nre requesieu
to nrofcent them for nettlment. fttul theme In
debted tothooMoto to make pnymentto theun
dprsigned. ndniliiMrutor, before tbo 1st of April,
WILLIAM KNABE & CO.
QHAND, 6QUAUE AND UPIIIQIIT
BALTIMORE, M D.
Theso Instruments have been before the public
nnnrivTMriv vpnrs. nnd nnnn their excel
lence nlono attained fmiinnurcJintril pre-eminence
which pronounces iiiem uiiuiiuaucu.
.artt nftwpr. swpptneM and line allur
ing Quality, ns well us great purity of Intonat ion.
imil sweetness throughout the cutlro scale, 'llieir
Is pliant nnd elastic, and entirely free from the
ktliriiess lound In so many 1'l.inoes
Ihey are unequalled, inlng none but tho very
best jmwneil materlat.tlus large capital employed
In our buslne enabliug us 10 Keep couuuuuu)
on immense stock 01 miniwr, o.c, on uuu.
illnn.AHiffrp Piannea hsvo our New Im
niovod OviuiiHUKU 60ALB uud the Agraffe
Jribte. . . n nttpntlnn to our lato
Improvements" In (JItAND l'lAXOU anit
SUVAllli UHANDS; Patented Ana. H, 18W1,
wulch bring the Piano nearer perfection than
uas yci ueeu auaiueu.
EvKiiY Piano fully Wahuanted ron 5 YnAits,
Wo liavo mode arrangements for the Sol'
Wholesale Aueney for the most reloblnted PAH
LOlt ollUANM and MELODEONS, which wo
oner Wholesaio ami ileum, t lowest rnuiury
Prices. -Wil-l.lAai jw.vue a v.u.. .
octS)7a-(Sm. llaltlmore, Md.
Iuonnt wisn to Inform you. reader, tint Dr.
Wonderful, or any other man, has discovered a
remedy that cure Consumption, when the lungs
are half conttiuued. In nhorl, will cure all diseas
es whether of mind, body or estate, make men
llvo forover, and leavo death to play for want ol
work, and Is designed to muko our sublunary
Npneron imssiui L'urautse.iowuicu iieaven usen
Khali be but a side show. You have heard enough
of that kind of humbuncery. But when I tell
you that I)r, Sage's Catarrh Uemedy wiUposttiie
w cure tho worst cases of Catarrh lu thu Head. :
onlv assert that which thousands can testify to
I will pay 85W lie ward for a cade that I cannot
cure. A pamphlet giving symptoms nnd other
iniurinuiiun bunt jree iu nuy auuruas. inia rem
BOLD BY MOST RnUGOlfiTS IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WOULD.
Trice ."JO cents. Sent by mall, postpaid, on receipt
ni Miiy (eniN, or jour pa cu ant's ior iwouonarK,
lie ware of eountcrftxts and worthless imitations.
Hecthat my private Btamp, which Is a jwtu-e
guarantee of Genuineness, Is upon the outside
vruiijier. iveiiiLwniier iitui, una privaie rnnmp
Issued bv the Uulted Stales Goverumenteinrfhs
ly for Mumping my medicines, has my portrait
name aud uddresv. and iho words LL H. Cert in.
cate of Genuineness," engraved upon it, and
need not bo mistaken. Don't be swindled by
travelers nnd others renre&antlnp thpmnplves ns
l)r, Bage ; I am the only man now living that
has tho knowledge and right to manufacture the
Ucnuinc Dr. Bnge's Catarrh Remedy, and 1 never
It. V. riEtlOE, M. D.
oblWTO-tf. Ill Soucca street, liutlalo, N. Y,
A GREAT FiEBIBAL DiSSE'lPY
Dr. W ALICES.-.- O LtPOH. T.
23 Hundreds of Thousauda
Bear tMtlmony to their Wonder
HI WHAT ARE THEY?
TOET AltE KOT A VILE f !
FANCY- DRINK. Ill
Hadeet I'oor Uuni, U'lii.kcr, 1'rouf Bplrlln
nud ncfaao I.Icuur. doctored, aplced aad ivcct.
e&ed to pleuetho tute, cailedMTonlca,"Ai:DcU2'
crs," "Bettorert." c, Ittt lead tao tippler ou to
dnmlenneia andrali..ti:taroatrao Ucdlclne, mad
from the Natlie lioouand Sub! of CaUrorala,lco
from ull Alcobvllo titlmnlaaia. Tier aro tao
UIIEAT OLOOO rCItiriElt and A LIFE
GIVINU rniNCIPLE a perfect Iienotator aad
laTlforator of t&o fiTitem, carrjioi: off all polio&ooa
mailer a&d restoruic tbo blood to a beauty condltloa.
j.operion cantaao taeao uiuera accordlas todlrec'
tloa and rcmalslons unwell.
81U0 wlllba slveQloraa Israrablo caso, provided
tbo bone, aro not deelroycd Ij xolacrol polion or
oilier xaeani,aadthoTltalorf;auvutcd beyo&dtbo
point or repair.
Fur Inaammulorr and Chronic Itbcnmn
tlam and Gout. Drapcpala, vr lndlaeailon.
Illlloai, Ilemltl.nt and InlermllltDC Fever.
DlacnscB of tbo Illood. l.Wcri Uldney.i nnd
llladder. tntio Sliiorn baro been moat ancccu
fsl. Uach Illieuea aro casicd Ij Vitiated
lllood, vblcn U generally produced by derancencat
cnuo jjigcatuo Urtani.
IJVHl'JJl'HIA Oil 1NOIOEBTION. Head
ache, Tain In tbo Eboaldcn, Concba,TI(btneiao( tbo
Cbett, Dlntneu, eonr Eraelatlon, cl tbo etomacb,
Ead taito In tbo Month, Sllloni AtUeaa, ralpltatlon
of tbo lleart, Inflammation of tbo Loose, rain In tbo
reg-lona of tbo Kidney,, and a hundred other palnfa
iymp;otna,aro tno ompnafioi ryipepsia.
Tbcy InTlcorato tbeEtomaehandillmiUalo tbo tor
pldlirerand bovels.vblcb render tbem of noeonallcd
cfllcaeyla deanalne tbo blood of alllmparltlei, and
imparuns ntw lire ana Ticor to tbo whole system.
roil BKINIUfcSUABUB.rrnptloM.TeUcr, fell
rJicna,Illotcbcs, Efoli, limplta, luitulci, Colli, car
Vnnclcs,rJns'Torms, Ccald llcad, Eoro Eyes,Gytlp
clas.lich, Ecnrfs, Uiseoloratlona of tbeEkta,Ilomoii
and Disease, of tbo bkln, of wbaUrer namo or nature,
nro literally dof up and carried oat of the system In a
abort time by tbo uso of tbeao Bitter,. Ono bottlo In
such eases will convince tbo most Incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Stood whenever you find lu
Impurities bursting through tbo sUn La Pimples, Er op
tion or Ecru 1 cleanse it when youlndltobetreeted
and sluggish In tbo rtlnii cleanse It when It la foul,
and your feelings will tell youwben. Eeeptheblood
pure aad the health of tbo system will fellow.
I'lN, TAl'BandolhcrWOUUH, lutlnglnthe
system of so many thouaands.ar.tffeotuali
ed and removed, ror full directions, read carefully
m.. Miviw hviuu eacii poiue, pnuiea in sour laq.
guages-ngllab,Oerman, French and Cpanlah,
J.TfALKEIl, rroprtetor. n. n. UcDOKALD CO.,
urugguta and Gen. AgonU, 8au Francisco, Cel.
and N and U Commerce Street, Vew Terk.
fsT-tOLD BT ALL PliUOOISTB AMD PSAUBS.
LIST OK CAUS1CS TOR TRIAIi AT
f Edward McCnll, el. nl.
t William I. id jenborger et. al
llIughVW. Mclloynolds.ct. nl.
I Husan ailliaui,
(.Dcbornli lloau'n ndm'r.
! Jacob Mlcliacl,
Bamucl O. Krlckbniliu,
f Clmriei II. Groon,
ltcubon II. King,
Ellstm II l'lirscl.
f Alexander Colley
(All una Cole.
II. 8. Marr.
Clark . Drockway f I'etcr Bcliug,
fDavId LowU. guardian.
(.Collins SutlliTs ndm'r.
f Continental Coal Co.
f David J. Waller,
I, John M. Btackhouse,
f Thomas Hughes' use,
f M.T. Howell, ct.nl.
1 Jesse W. Merrill.
Gideon O. Hossler, ct, al.
f John Jacobs,
(O. L. Jolmson.
I Abraham Moore, ct, nl.
(E.J. A U.r.McIIcnry.
Clark & Little.
llaldy A Jackson.
(.Joseph It. Uvans,
S James Masters,
A. J. Fine.
IThnchcr .( Co. ct. nl.
( Wm. M. Martin, ot, uz.
(.Timothy Itngnu ct. al.
IGeorgo Howcr's executor,
David 11. Howcr
i James xicss.
Collins Butlirr's ndm'is.
f Daniel F.Seybert,
t William Bhaffer
I William ShafTer.
f Robert aorell.
(Barney McBruarty, ct.al.
! David Beaver,
f Charles II. Wllhelm et. nl.
I Mlchncl Woods.
f Daniel llhodes,
S Michael Grover's use,
Savage A Bright,
S Michael Grover's use,
Savage A Bright,
( Joseph Miller.
IN. L. Campbell.
Bharpless & llnrman,
Charles D. Fowler
f Melchlah Miller ndm'r.
(C. S. Fowler.
(. Jcmo I). Rico.
f C. B. Bowman, ct. al,
IMnnass.i Bowman, ot. nl.
fl'etcr Haymau'3 use.
(.Jucqu Bhatrer. ct, nl,
McNluch & Bhumac.
I Harvey C. Hess,
(.Bamuel Creasy, udra'r.
I Koali Mouscr's use,
( George Btrouser.
( Hiiultz t Funston,
( Alfred Irwlnc,
t Wm. A.Kline.
Clark A Freeze,
Clark Si Freeze.
Barkloy & Ikeler,
( James V.OIUuspy,
S Kline & Mcllenry,
J. lllchards A Co.
f John Turner.
Ikeler & Barkley,
t James V. GUIaspy,
Clark & Frooze.
I W. A. Klino.
D. It. Johnson.
D. F. Seybcrt.
t William Abbott.
Philip Ort, ot. nl.
( J. J, Richardson A Co.
( Eckart Jacobs.
West Branch Insurance Co.
Wm. E. Sterner,
Harmon A. Kramer,
( Saudersou Ilageubuch.
f Lewis J. Adams.
f William A. Case.
(Moses ColTjuan. et. aL
' '1 ne
nrray, Wlrlack A Ilandall,
North British A .Her.
canine lusurauco co.
( Murray, Wlrlack a Randall,
( The Imperial Fire Ins. Co,
U'iirkkar. the Hon. William ElwelL President
Juilgu of thu Cuurt of Oyer and Terminer and
Uanernl Jail Delivery, Cuurt of Quarter HeaslouH
of the reaco nnuwuno, uummon I'ieaHaaa ur-
ntinti'A couri in me siuiii juuiciui uiairiot. com-
nnwi nr tne coumien oi uoiumuia. nuiuvun ana
wyomlug, aud the Hon, Irani Uerr and IitaaeH.
MOUroe AnKUUiiiiv JUUjjji.- mi HUiuuiii I.-UUIII
hnvM is mi od their nrecent. hour Ins date the Ct
day of Kepteniherin the year of our Ixird, one
thousand, eight hundred and seventy and to
inedlrected for holdlntfftUourtor oyer and Ter
miner and General Quurter Hussion of the Peace,
Court of Commou Fleas and Orphan's Court, In
Blooinsburg, in ine coumy oi uoiumuia.
nrsi mouuuy, ueiug ma um uay ui
tit fntvintlniin nno week.
Notice is hereby Kven, to the Coroner, to tho
Justices of the 1'eace.and the Constables of tin
said county of Columbia, that they ho then und
there in their proper person nt 10 o'clock lathe
forenoon of said 6th day ot Dec., with their rec
ords, inquisitions aud other remembrances, to
dot bono tilings which to their oltlccs appertain
to bo done, Auu" those that nre hound by
recot?nliJinpG- to nrosucute auatust the pris
oners that are or may he In ttie Jail of the
said coumy oi toiumuia, 10 ne mvu una
there to prosecute them as shall be just. Ju
rors are requested to be punctual in their attend
ance.agreeubly to their notices. Dutedutlllooimv
uurgr, iao4,n ux ut uti, i mo jvui
it,H, of our Lord, one thousand eight bun
(ww) .Irpilnnrl knvenlv. umi In thu IlluetV-
fourth year of the Independence nf the Unltul
HUtes of America.
Uloouiftburtf. Oct. ti, 1H70.
fWi JftuttUs, V31 Aroti st Vrt Dlu, vA W.
4ih SL, ClneliiaiU, 0-, ai U(,(imil, H CUrlotu,
N. Ctrt m&k- .
vj lour (rtai
kBlfi tt MUltU
HOOD I Q
Mi Willi bntlluls
luafkd. IfLkk.. la Tj I ft l M 1 llu.l&dia.
1 i 7 . kuisa ane is-
ast mora. lis trtl wl XstUiasl'r
tDai.t- -U-lla- ---I (ft I tfl Ifi 1 Sltllt-
H... I. hi. Mli.1 lhSTS SibllS
ImtrMttls. tfoss stUf shesll evsr U stl. Vat
Nnlnlii. Ntl hrilmltr. asll. orfciSrwMsbsTS.
LL KINDS OF JOB PIUNTINQ
ncatlr ezacaled at Tuk Columbian Htoam
QUAN013VILLK STILL AHEaT);
Iho unilerelancil leipectfully aimounr. i
t he Karmlng .'Diiiiminlty ttiHt lliev are nin ?.
the tlold with their iuachli.es forlhe SSl r!
TIII3 N13W l'lHSYI.VANIA
THHUailEU AND CLEANKIl
rtentd li' Ailflan Cornell, with llalor'.n. .
double, ncllng Hcimrator coniblneU, li-wi.lP
Kiirnicr uetHr-. I t can't lie lmt.it liai been util
nil who havo cen IU nperRtloniT'rt lia.h! of
not up rzprmly to met the want; or II 0 !'In
cr. Wenijnulacluro them, overahot f tSS"
jtuwer win iiuiiriniif.i ior lever pnwnr tk.
niaclilliocan be mado to do nuy dcilrcd nml
or work. In a rnpio In conHui?lon, eS,uf'
innnago nnd not llablo to get out or renatr ' w
They nUo continue to manurncluro Ihi r,i.
WIIEELEIl'8 HAILWAr CHAIN,
from the original patterns, -with an inim.
nient lu Iho l'owcr.whcrebyngaluorat,cVtf
1 InrtieT TeiV orovatloii ii,inri .'.'m
They nlBo attach " "m "Jle.
MAJOIVS TATKNT DOUBLE ACTING SlIKW
inu- jiuiium BErAUATOna
to their machines, mannfaoturcd emlv livii,
nnil secured to them by leltrrs patent frnm i'.m
M. Major. Jiieyaisn mnnulnctura the best ...i
I o nest runnlnir Lever I'ntrim in Vi. ""d
also Double nnd Biuglo-Genred Jack ii!H.Jr
on hand good supply of well seasoned lbnibtr
of the best quality, and experienced workin.J
eugaged In their uiauuracture, they guarar?i.
eiieir macuiues -
BUPEHlOn TO ANY MANDFACTUItCI)
clsowhere. All having repairing to do nhmii.i
remember that wo ha r nil the orlnlnaj MtieriJ?
Kepairlng done t short notice arid K'.'.'J "
ble terms. Machines nold at antnnlshii,li.
low prices nnd credit given when desired
For furlher particulurs call on or address
feCIlUYLER. & LOW,
AaitlCULTUUAL WORKS, ORANOEVII t if
COLUMBIA COUNTY, 1'A. '
where thoy manufacture Hie best and ch.n.i
Iron and Wooden Beam 1'lows In the state LT
wagon Jacks. Iron kettles nnd nil klndiof 7,S
usually dono In Foundries nnd .Machine K.
All noikVBrrnntcd nntl nil kinds or counfi:
produce taken In exchange uuir
ui nnn rewakd.
i?,JJJ For any caseor Blind ll!e.,iin.
Helling, nr Ulcerated l'lles that Die IliVaV i'li l
HoiEiir rails to cure. It Is prepared ni.ri.il
to euro tho cilia nnd nothing ele,and lisseami
cases of over a) years standing. Boi iTv an
Druggists, ' "
Do Ding's Via Fuga la tho pure Juices cr Dnrl.
Herbs, Hoots, and Berries, fur wiisrii,
Inflammation of tho Lnngs;all Liver. Kldn..
and Madder dlcnea,orgniiia Weakness. FemaU
Allllctlons, General Dcbllliy.and all conini i ,, J
of the Urinary nrgans In Male and Kema'e ifi.
ducing Dyspepsia, Costtvencks, Gravel, UniiJV
huu nu'u .iu, ""it;; uiuB.Keucrnuy icriulnan in
Consumptive lifeline. 1 1 purities and enrkiti
the Blood, Hie miliary, Ulaiidularnnd Sfaitli
Bystein; Corrects and Htrengilicusthe Net von
and Muscular lorces: 1 1 acts liken charm uu ic.,.'
nervous, nnd debilitated teuialea, botli voum
nnd old, Nono should bo without It. Hobi ctn.
where. Laboiiatoiit-IK Franklin HI., Hu ii-
RULli ON THE HEIRS OF
DltEW FBEB, DECEABED.
IOI.UMU1A IWMl H.H.
The i.'ommonwealth of Pennsylvania to Hen.
ry 1.. roriR, i nniiio n.. intermarried with Jnoi.li
Creasy, V m. B. treat, Dorcas. Intel married Willi
". ",;.'..,' ...... j ohuu iiiicrniarrifu wltli
1 harles Hill. Harriet A., Intermarried witli Mor
rls H. From.. John L. Fri-ns. James P. Krpj.. i n,.
abeth A., luteii'iarrled Willi Blephen I'cltlt.Al
Ico V.. a minor, Emma, a minor liitrrmairlcd
with Wll-oii MlllT, l-'ianiilln C Ireus.amlior
ami Andrew C. Freas.n minor. All the naive
named mliors huvlug Wllllniii BliuUVr i s t itlr
uuuruimt. iniciii iiunctltuullls Ol Auurew Jyfea.1
dco'd. and to ull other lierNiiiiH lnturiti.if.t iirj.il
Ing: mr hereby cued n bound appear be
foio tlio Judges or our urjihaus' Court atnudr.
pba R'Couil to bu held ut llJooinstmrg.ou the
nrse Aiouuayoi iiecemner next, ttli'li and there
to accent or rcruso to lake tho nmi i-stfiiMnr ..'.i
Andrew Frcas. dce'd..nt Hie ntiDralMnl valiiatu.n
iut up.ui It by the luquesl duly awarded by tbt
na.u ....., u..u .c.u.MVU uj lue (-UfriU. ABO
uoieui urn ns 1, vi. 11. Lierk.
Mlchncl Grovcr )
vs. I T.pv. Fai. Kn. la
Bamuel Schwcppenholser, May Term li;i.
auu r.ur.auuu, ins who. J
Tlioundcrsicncd nnnointed Auditor to distrib
ute funds lu Court, uluoinrst. creditors nrlsln?
from HherlfT's salelnubove writ, will meet Uie
pnrtles In lntorest,for tho purpose of his appoint
ment nl his otllco lu Uloomsburg, on Momtay,
November !lst, 1870 nt 10 o'clock A. M. All per
sons having claims ou said tund nro require! to
nttend or be forever debarred from rmiilug in
ior u pun 01 saiu luuu. j, 11, uuninu
IaTATE OF 1IENI1Y WERTSIAN DEC'D.
Court or Coluuitila county. Auditor to makeiils. I
trlbutton amomr heirs or iho estate or Henry I
Tno nnderslirned. uiiDoiiiteii tiy ttio omiians'
Wertman. nr.. lato ot Columbia conntv ilweas-1
ed, will meet tho parties Interested tnrtliel
:mrposo or Ills appointment nt ins omce ltifl
lUoomsburir. on Weduesdar. tho 2ld day or'ov. I
1S70. nt lu o'clock, A. M. All pcrcons Imvliv; I
finimtt nil hum fkiniH nrn rpniiiicii 10 uiLi'nuuru
bo rorevcr debarred from couilnir In lor a p.irt ot I
Mild mini. M. WIHTMOYKU,
.V. RE. ACCOUNT OF HAMllEt. rNORB, KSq.,
Tho undersigned appolnud by tho Court oil
uommon neas, oi uoiumuiu county, Auuuur n
mako distribution among creditors or trie Dai-
unrn in tho huliils nf Kninuel Knorr. KM . as
slgnco or James W. Chciuberlln, will meet tl.tl
parties Interested for tho purpose ofhls uri-o Hit-1
ment.nt ins otllco In Jiioomsourg onraiuruiii.s
Mm llllli ilnv 1,1 Nnv.. IhTII fit 1(1 o'clock A. 31 1
A II ni.rsr.iis Intprouloil nr hnvlni-rluilus auilillbl I
the said Janits W. Cheniberlln are requeued Ml
allouu, or uo uebarieil trom coming in
part or tne saiu luuu, j. 11. iiuoi-su..,
KXCELH ALL OTIIEIl LKAD!
1st. Kor Its Unrlvnled Whiteness,
2d. l'or Its Unequalled Durability,
3d, Kor Its Unsurpassed covering l'ropert-
La&tly for Its Economy.
3-It COSTS LESS to paint with Buck WAtJ
I1.ni..n tl.AWi.liu I ...I avtanl. TI16 taiuel
weight coveisMOltll HUUl'ACll.lsmore hUtvJ
AllLK.nnd maltea W1IITEH WOllK.
BUCK LEAD, is tho Cheapest and Get'
EXCELS ALL OTIIEB ZINCil
1st. For Its Unequalled Durability,
&d. For Its Uurivulod Whiteness,
ad. For Its Unsurpassed Covering Property.
Lastly, for lta Qrc.it Economy,
being tho CHEAPEST, HANDSOMEST, 1
most DUHAULE Whito Taint lu tbo world,
a u r dklt
BUCK LKAD AND BUCK ZINC:
TRY IT AND 1IE CONVINCED.
Satlsfactloa auanintoed by the Manufacturer.!
BUCK COTTAGE COLOllS,
Prepared cxpiessly for Painting
rvn-rinpa fiiT riTTif nisria nr .vr.rvde
linn. .'.:M't'K. TlllltTV.lt'lV'E blFFti':
EN f COLnlts, liurabln. Cheap. Uniform, l
Hamnle. rvtrrla iinnl liv Kfsll If desired.
Dealers' Orders will bo promptly executed tl
FltENCH. niCIIAUDS 4 CO.,
V nr f..- -r.nll. .n Aliirtr.t KtreetS.
MOVF.K DIlOTUEltS, Agents
Janano-ly. for Uloom.burg, T.
ii. c. iiowek, dentist,
Itespectfully offers his professional "e'Vic" '!
the ladies uud gentlemen of Uloomsburg anVI
nlnltv Iln In Iira3nnrail fnutlfiiiil LUB I I
ous operations in the Hue of his profess'00;
la provided with tho latest Improved I,0'".'1:,'
TKKTII which will be Inserted ou gum
ural teeth. Teelh extracted by all the :.
1 ...-ii.n.1. ...,l 11 rtiiHralloDS
the teeth carefully and p'ropeily attended Jo. J
Iteshlenre and onico a fow doors aw"
Court House, same side.
DL ATE HOOPING,
MOST FAVOltABLE RATES.
JOHN THOMAS, Alt!) CABI'EH J. TUOWAl
Ilor.277. Uloomsburg. ! I
T AOKAWANNA AND BLOOM
JU 11UHII HA.I.llOAl) .-rrr.lnswl
Oil und ulUr July 6, t70, Passenger Trains I
run as follows;
p. in. a.m.
.' 8.49 12.VU
I.cavo k" I
Pittston 8.11 11.42
Kingston ......., 7.1.1 11. IU
Plymouth .! 7..1U lu.65
HhlckhlnuyM.. U.611 V.'U
Berwldc ......,. tUU
Hlooui .. 6.18 1W4
Danville, 4.SU . 7.13
Irull. I... Ilr.ul ltn.1. llllllll'.ll...'u. -
all points Norlb, Eaal anu ;UN Kup'l. J
Neatly evzaooUd al this OAK