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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
AGRICULTURAL & DOMESTIC.
Menu In Domestic Economy.
llatkels should nover have any wet
nubstnnco placed In them, such as npplo
parings, or puytiilnp; tlmt will wut nnd
decay tho splints nnd npoll tliclrnppciir
Watte Virtue should bo nently wound
Into bulla nnd kept for futuro use, nnd
not thrown Into drawers In n inm1rl
moss. This will snvo tltno when ono U
in a hurry, mid Imparts hablis of neat
ness. SUblet without casters should nlwnys
bo carefully lifted from ono nlaco to nn.
other. Nothing destroys n tablo moro
rapiuiy tnan shoving it on Its legs ncross
Matches should always bo kopt In n
match safe. It Is neither neat nor se
cure to lcavo them scattered on bureaus
and stands. Every good tin shop sup
piles tho article, but If nothing bettor
can bo had, empty mustard bores wllh
smooth fitting lids will nnswer.
Thermometers. Fvory house should
bo supplied with sovcral thcrmometors.
Apples will keep bettor Id. a collar with
a low tompcinturc, which may be main
tained If , ono pr two thcrmometors oro
always at hand to Indicate the approach
of freezing. They aro always or uso In
dairy and other apartments.
Creaking Hinges. Doors hungon butt
hinges ofteu make nn unpleasant nolso
by creaking. The best way to prevent
H Is to placo n drop or two of kcro?cno,
by moans of a feather, on tho top of tho
bolt connecting tho two parts, as well as
at tho sides working tho door backward
nnd forward at tho sauio tlmo. Tho oil
will run down and tho difficulty will
Paint. It Is always convenient to
have paint at hand for doing small Jobs.
If kept In common paint poti, It soon
dries.' An empty fruit Jar with n close
fitting cork answers an excellent pur
pose ; and If tho handlo of the brush Is
short, so as to go Inside; it Is always
roady without washing. Putty always
ready for use rriny bo kept In tho samo
way. Maine Farmer.
Zamp-Ztgilert.Theso may bo easily
made by tearing waste papers Into strips
nn Inch wide, and rollings those strips
neatly, by beginning nt tho upper cor
ncrnnd rolling nearly but not qulto pa -
nllol with tho sldo of the strip. Who
completed, bend up nnd pinch tho lower
end, to prevent unrolling. A lltllo prac
tice will give them a very neat appear
nnce. If desired, they may bo irnulo
long enough to run down tho chimney
of a keroscno lamp.
Paste for Ready Use. Mucilage made
of gum arable Is good for many pur
poses, but rather costly. A cheap kind
and hotter adapted for pasting unsized
paper, Is made of jam tragacanth. A
few cents worth may be procured at a
druggists, and will last years. Placo a
stratum of tho gum half an Inch thick
in tho bottom of tho bottlo and fill it
two-thirds with rain water. In a few
hours it will be ready for uso, and will
last several weeks in hot weather.
Ventilation. Those who occupy or
work In closo rooms often suffer in
health for want of fresh air. Apart
ments not supplied with ventilators
should have tho windows so construct
ed as to let down ono, two or three'in
ches from tho topK This will let in a
moderate and steady current, which will
become:well mlxcd.w'ith the othoriair
beforo it reaches tho floor. and bo more
pleasant than swcopldg'gusts near the
feet through windows raised from
Leveling Clocks. Clocks often run
badly by not being set level ticking
unequally and stopping easily. They
may be wedged up so as to be' perfectly
level, and an acurate ear will know by
the ticking when this is effected. But
a more perfect way is to tack a card or
paper behind tho pendulum In tho eve
ning, and place a bright lamp at a dla
tanco exactly in front. Then mark with
a pencil tho shadow of tho rod, movo it
ery slowly to ono side until it ticks,
oml IVinn ! .1 lr .1 nnntlm.. If 1 .
uu ii'vh uMnu uuu.u 111 U I J iUUVU lb
to tho other sldo and mark it when It
ticks again. Measuring tho'dlstanco of
theso threo marks will enablo the opera
tor to level the clock to a hair's breadth
II 1 tor j of the Potato.
This article of food, although known
as tho "Irish potato," is a native of this
country, being first discovered by Har
lot, tho keen eyed scholar and historian
of Italeigh'a expedition, in that part of
Virginia which is now North Carolina.
Specimens wero immediately sent back
to Great Britain ; and the first crop In
Europo was raised in 1585, on Sir Wal
ter's estates, in Younghall, Ireland,
which gave tho tuber its name. Tho
now artlclo of food crept slowly Into
Europo, meeting everywhere with the
greatest opposition. As ton had been
lampooned and prohibited by law
twenty years earlier, and as tho intro
duction of coffee had been donounced
as a conspiracy to poison the people, so
tho abhorrence of the potato plant was
general In England and universal In
Franco. Scientific men set forth its
deadly qualities, and even the most
modorato of its opponents asked, "Why
force this coarse and detestable tuber
from tho land of tho Incas unnn na.
whon tho soil of Franco Is capablo of
Buppiyingmomostcellclous ana health
ful productions of tho vegetable king
uom?" Louis XVI. wore a potato
mosaominius button-hole, but ho did
not. aaro to plant a potato. And s
things continued, till, durlnrr t
- lne of tho French Involution of a few
years lator, potatoes for seed wero ac
cepted by tho peasants from tho Tuilcr
lea. In Iluaala. H.'n c,f r ....
. ...... ,ulu vt iitu uur ju-
tato was still hauler, if was an outcast
tnoro, oven wnen Bonnarto marched
luaiuoww. J.-IUIU iiieir wild supersti
tions, tho pooplo evolved tho tradition
that tho potato was of ovll origin. The
'Btory ran that tho devil comnini
being driven from tho garden of Eden,
that ho had no fruit, and so tho Lord
God took pity on him and created tho
potato oxprcssly for his uso. For twen
ty years it was known all over Itussla
and Turkey, as "tho DovH'sfruit." But
It is how tho chief artlclo of cultivation
across the wholo Central belt of Europe,
and it enables tho soil to feed twlcq tho
population that It was formerly consid
ered possible to support. In IrellHid,
potatoes constitute threo-fourtlw of fhe
food of tho people, and a short crop al
ways causes a famine. The United
States grows annually about 180,000,000
bushels threo bushels for every man
woman and child. '
OAltLVLEsayg, "Makoyourselfa good
man and then you will be sure there Is
ono rascal the leas In tho. world."
QTATEMENT OP THK FINANCES
J or tii
COUNTY Or COLUMBIA.
From January 1,1S70 to January 1,1871.
DAVID LOWENIIIlIUI. ESa.. Treasurer of Co
lumbla county, la account wltasuld county,
iur cuumy purposes, lor 191V.
Jan, T. am't outstanding for 1809 and
IV M 15
mami outstanding onrjtaie ibwi
4 To cath rroin Jacob Yolio
Mar. 1, ISO feet plank to C. C. Trench,
!i3,lo K. II. Little I lumMr from
Court Homo In ISO ...
44 M, To Note of 11,000 dKoont, lit
National Hank Rloonvpurg
" 2ITn Peak family u Court room
" SI. To (I. Evaus xr overseer Bri
ar Creek for U.Bi'
June, To ant county tax assessed
ror ir7u . .
Bent. 8. Tor. Adams, r. O. Brlarcreek
for CL tnlt
8 ro redemption tented lands,
Mid by Commission Ad, John Mc
ju Mann Miller, Ileavcr. H tales, AO
To redemption unseated lands held
, " John Welilvcr Madison
' " l'eter Yolio, Minim
" Pelor He, bugarloat
Andrew Freas, Brlarcreek
" sameror taxdueaflersaletoCom.
" David llartaet.Mlftlln
" same for tax after sale to Coram's
44 Michael Wagner, Jacksen
M Wm. Clicmberltn, Madison
" Geo. llower, Iloarlnecreek
" Hchuyler A Henry, Brlarcreek
" Jaraea McMullcn, Hugarloaf
C 11. Troy, Heaver
44 John llalcot, Heaver
44 Mann A lloat. Main
44 Geo shiek. Franklin "
" Itltter'a estate, Montour
44 James Parks, Flshingcreek
M Jacob Evaus, Ureenwood
'John Ererhart, I.ocust
" J. A 11. Hughes, Locust
44 M. Groves. Montour
44 F. L. tiltuman, Heaver
44 OeoLougenbergcr. Mlfllln
44 tleo. LongcnbcrKor, Maluo
44 W. A L. Hughes, Locust
" James Shulu, Hugarloaf
44 Uoorgo Slouu, Oraugo
To am't of county tax on unsealed
" am'tof county tax. on seated lands
To seated and unseated, road, school, poor,
bouuty taxes, ac, received and accredltod to
Beaver road tax unseated 15s 68
44 school tax unseated 188 61
' " seated Ml 82
" poor tax unseated 5111
44 seated 1 0J
" bounty tax seated 7 33
Denton road tax nnseated
" M " seated
" school tax unseated
' poor " "
Hrlarcreek road tax unseated
" " " scaled
" school tax unseated
H poor "
, .. Minted
Catawlssa road tax unseated
" school tax
" poor "
Centralis Hor. school tax nnseated
ountv tnx 11
Horough lax unseated
Conynghnm road tax unseated
" school tax unseated
" ' " seated
" poor " unseated
" special poor tax seated
" ' unseated
purchase poor tax "
" " " seated
" bounty tax seated
Uentre road tax unseated
" poor " '
Flshlngcrcok road tax unseated
school ' "
Franklln'road tax unseated
" school "
" poor '
QrccnwoDd road tax unseated
" school '
M " " seated
" poor unseated
Hemlock road tax unseated
school " .
.poo'-, " '
Jackson road tax unseated
' poor ' unseated
" " seated
Locust road 'tax unseated
school "r f "
" poor, hit . "
Mlfllln roodr.tax unseated
'! poor " "
Madison road tax unseatod
" sciiooi "
" " " seated
" " seated
Maine road tnx unseated
- bouuty " .
Mt. Pleasant road tax unseated
" school '
Montour road tax unseated
school " "
poor " "
bounty " "
Oraugo road tax unseatod
' school tax unseated
Pine road lax unseated
( school tax unseated
,. .. gegtf,)
M poor " unseated
Bparlngcreek road tax unseated
' school M '
Bugarloaf road tax unseated
Road tax' unseated
Kchool " "
Poor " "
Hpeclal poor tax unseated
Hounty tax unseated
Road tax seated
Poor " "
Hounty " "
Hpeclal poor tax seated
Purchase M " '
Oct. To Registry list of taxes
Doc. 28. To W. H. Kat, Proth'y Jury
To Lehlgti A Mahanoy n. ItCo.,
land redeemed .
" To cash paid assessors managing
M To ain't Htate tax assessed above
' To am't reo'ed from mtlltla of l!5
11 ToM. K.Jarkson. Inquest money
on boily of John E. fowler, re
funded lo county
., By am't outstanding for 1870, Ac
t ev Hy note paid first National Hank
Mav br nolo paid First National Bank
Hy coixrrhftalon allowed collectors
Hy County orcers redeemed
Hy Balance due;
JJLV., IN ACCOUNT
3Uwi 40' T m X ouUUnuln
To aui'l assessed for 1870
' from Jaoob Yohe late Treas'r
duo Treasurer " t
By am't outstanding for 1870, io.
" sheep orders redeemed
By coramlsslon allowed collectors
lly am't exonerations allowed oolleo'rs
" paid assessors managing fuud
" Treasurer'! commission
BTATWIKNT of amount of Tax rwaeascd 1870
ami me amount uuo on same i'ecemner si,
DMrlcts Co. Dog Co. Don
Ass'd Assd Duo lino
llloom 4100 09 1I9K) 2UOIH3 41 W
Heaver.... 870 II
Berwick,.,. 057 28
Ilrlnrcrcck, 1043 w
87 23 C3 00
7J013 47 60
CIO TO 1100
88 88 21)00
643 C3 13 40
26181 12 00
300 118 li 00
617 30 IS 00
Centre 1137 70
Celitmlla. , I'lKM
Con) ne-haiu sail x7
I'mtiklln ... 60817
I'lshlUKCr'k 043 21
Urecuwoml. VH8 20
IxM-U4t 08.1 17
IH1K7 119 00
Malno Ml 23
Mt.I'leasant 000 03
Montour. ... 793 4'1
Minim loin m
B 03 CD ai
2IJJ3 73 1101 00 10213 10 430 SJ 5180 41
Tho following aro nmounta dne for prevlour
nearer, f I, Bhumaii 1800,
Denton, John 11 Keeler, 1869
Contralla,! hoa Oeraty; 1800
Franklin, Jacob Knlttle, 1809
lerman, IS08 219 61
Mn'lson, Jacob Bechtel
7.VI 79 60 4
Add amount duo for 1870
U.2I3 10 4.1) 88
Total duo 11,00 1 69 477 IS
Thoso marked with a star havo slneo been
Tho following are expenses for 1870.
Bloom town, 6001
Heaver " 21 00 3.100
H Creek " 29 00 39 00
llenton " 2100 23 00
Berwick Horough 19 40
Centmlla " 23 oo S7 90
ConTighamtwp... 2800 8000
Centre- ' 2900 3360
Cntairlssa " 2300 2100
Franklin " 17 00 20 00
Flshlngcreck " 2300 20 00
tlri'l-nood " 23 00 30 00
Hemlock " ., 1379 moo
Jackson " isoo 20 70
Locust " 27 60
Malno 18 21 23 2.1
Mtnllil " 23O0 2800
Mt. Pleasant " 17 60 27 00
Mudlson " 20 79 T3 00
Montour " 1160 17 00
omngo " 20 00 20 00
Pino " 20 00 28 60
Itonrlngcr'k " 12 29 17 00
Kcott " 2.100 .13 60
fugnrloaf " 20 00 18 00
Thoso marked with nstar not yet In
Paid Assessors on account of Septen
" Counly Auditors
' M F Ererly, Auditing Troth'y nnd
11 John Fnt, contract for putting up
now bridge In Uemlock town
ship near Brlvoitcr Purselt
' John Leggott, contract rebuilding
bridge near Reuben Wllson.orcr
" David Havage.contractrebulldlng
nnd straightening Benton brldgo
" Geo W Keller, contract building
now brldgo on county lino be
tween Columbia and Northum
berland counties, In full
" reterHWank, movlngand rebuild
ing brldgo lu Heaver township,
near Mr Isaac Kllugaman
" James Conner, lumber, Ronton
' Iteubeu Rcltas, repair dono to tho
briege above Orangovllle, In nil
M John LcKgolt. shingles and lath
for covering double bridge below
Bloom, at 87 per thousand
" Peter Jones, covering bridge be
" Peter Jones, replacing timbers Ac,
" John Mordon, repropplug bridge
Mordansvllle,Mt Pleosaut town
ship " Henlamln Wertmnn, coreilng
bridge at Orangevlllo
" D K Sloan, shiugles and lumber
for bridge at Orangovllle
" JU Wilson, repairs to bridge near
Kdward Mclienry, Little Flsh
ingcreek " Benjamin Cole, roofing bridge In
Benton township, near Coles, by
' Joshua U, Hess, repropplngbrldge
bank lnSugarloaf township.ncar
liess's 14 John Leggott. for repair to wing
wall and for lumber at tho Wil
son brldgo, over Little Fishing
creek 11 John Hobblns. placing cinder nt
double brldgo below Bloom
" II u Ort, hauling ono hundred
tons cinder same place
" Philip Applemanrepropplng bank
nt .bridge near John Zancr's,
lo bridge below Bloom
" Bloomsburg Lumber Company,
Itock bridge below Bloom
.1 Wnuleger, Carpenter work do
' Isaao Labour, plank.Flshlngcreek
" Wm. Andrews, plank.brldge near
A Hess, six hundred feet plank.
.. ..Vcnu.",' " Cole's mills
" Wm Holmes, n-,.i,in hrldza
, near Klgtrled's, Benton "a8
Moses Mollenry, four hundred ft,
plank, Ktlllwater bridge
" John It Kline, 880 feet plank, Con
"DA Kllno, plank and work, Pat
terson brldgo, Orange
" Martin Andrews, repair brldgo
near Jnslah Hess
" Jacob Yohe. Jr. repair at Yoho
' K Mendenhall, for double brldgo
" James Barton, lumber for double
brldgo below Bloom
" N U 1- owler, placing cinder below
' Al'red Horbeln, repair Slabtown
" Alired Herbeln, repair Catawlsaa.
" Nathan Homer, taking down the
bridge at Reubeu ltelgle's. In
" E Yocum, repair Locust, county
" Wm Coleman, expense to Benton
" Reuben Relgle, plank at old
brldgo at his placo
5 5 00
1 Blank books, Commissioner's of
fice Blank books Prothonotnry's office
' " Register a Recorder's
John Q Freeze, Attorney
" service In two tax
By cleaning Court House, paid Mrs E
uveruuu uicieauiug ixmnnouse
Paid Court cryer, Moses CofTman dnr-
Inf the venr
Constable returns to Courts
Paid IsalaHHageubuchsnoutlng Court
Hharplcss a Harman cast Iron
pickets for yard fence Court houso
1 Peter Jones renulrs nt Jail
wora ai nurary case,
! Bloomsburg Lumber Co. lumber
for law ofllco
" E J Thornton, wall paper, Pro
thonolnry and Register's offices
" Wm F Hodlnn, puperlug & palut'tr
" Runyau a Warden muteriuls for
" ltunyauA Warden, locks for privy
" '.' . , . . .covering In
Register's ofllco table
House fence. Ac,
" D Miller painting Court House
fenco. Ac. ,
' Moyer Bros, bill paints, Ac,, ror
Court House fence, ao
" NJ Hendershott, bill paints, for
Court House fence, Ac
11 Moyer Bros lead, Ac, painting offi
ces und library
Peter Jones, repair about O house
" Caroline Moyer repairing 3 win
H 11 Thurnaj lock repair at Jail
" Ueo V Henrlo muklag key law
' John Weaver, pump repair nt Jail
McKeUy, Neal V9 bill for Jail
" 15tM,endennaliWl)lll lumber for
Court House and Jail
Paid costs Commonwealth vs Richard
Palmer. Uwli Kaunen, It. F.
Btout,haiier a Creasy, join Her
bert and others during the year
COMMISSIONER AND CLERK,
" WmO Quick, Commissioner
" David Yeager "
" Cyrus Hobblni "
" II J Iteeder
" Win Krlckbaum Clerk
Paid E. R. Ikcler, District Attorney
. , , ELECTION EXPENSES.
Paid sundry persons holding elections
raid Bloomsburg Lumber Co 3 tons
coal for Court House
Hendershott A Mason 3 tons coal
u for Court House
" Paxton A Harmau, 3,300 lbs of coal
for court House
" O W Neal A Bro. 68,620 lbs coal for
Court House and Jail
FOX AND WILDCAT SCAlis.
raid sundry persons for scalps
Tald John A Funston for Court House
" U F Haittnan for Jail
lirango". C74 12
1'lno 270 09
It. crock,,., wl
Scott 1M8 00
Paid John M Chemberlln on ldy of
Mrs. tl. W. Manger Bloom
" Thomas J Vandersllcoon body of
" O tl M urphy on body of John Mon
" U tl Murphy on body ol l"at Con.
" (fa illirpliynn body of John Phil
Richard Thornton on body of
William Connolly Conyngham
" Philip llavcrnn Constablo foes
body of Wm Connelly Conyng'm
" Oil Murphy on body of an un
" O U &lurpiiy on body of M Han
non or Conyngham
Paid John Leacock boarding Jury,
H Dliowrnberg coat and panta for
John Herbert prisoner
" ISBBIdleman repair to lightning
rod Court House
H 1W Melllck money drawer Tro-
" 11 11 Llttlncasovs Jacob Yohe
" K ii Llttlo fees Centralla poltco
" O W Manger bed for Jail
' ono dor. stools Ao for
Court Houso and Jail
o lor i roiiionoinry-s ouiro
C U Murphy, Scclal appeals Con-
" McKelvy Neal Co 31 Tit ropo for
' M (I Woodward horse thief ren ard
M J O Freeze lines refunded to Libra
" B II Miller AHoti bill foroll.brooms
lamps, Ac for Court House A Jnll
Moyer Uros. bill for oil, lamps AO
" It F Clark, Prof, service, state tax
" tiro Yost 3 husk foot mats forC.
" J M Chemberlln repairing town
" S It Thomas amtthlng bill about
i imn ituuso
" W H Morgan for Bradford county
" S F. Spargcnnl et nl 2 maps Com.
" llobhins A Eycr, bill court houso
" I Hsgenbucli repairing stoves, Ao
"SO Hhlve (tpalr pnper flics Pro
" EdCoukllug 0 boxci paper fast
eners " sundry persons for sundry things
" EH Penitentiary supporting con
14 Htate Lunatic Hospital for thosup
port of Catharine Suit
" JS Sanders printing ISC9-70 in full
ii jtrociiwuy puuuuK on. .or
44 Bradley A Gordon's pnnttug bill
" RMLosholl.ou body of Pat, Con
yngham ROAD AND BRIDGE VIEWS.
44 Sundry persons lor tundry views
44 John Thomas, Greenwood
44 John Clark, Bloom
44 Kdward Heurlo, Pino
4 Wm Peacock, depositions on load
44 Geo Moore, Kngarloal
44 E H Little, dci-osltlou on road In
44 O 11 Mason, Mt Pleasant
44 K C Nhulli, Bnparloaf
44 Jos Kramer, Madison
" David Miller, witness road Briar
44 Wm Wnlp 44 44
44 II W Fodder 44 44
44 John Achonbach, Orango
JJ Wm Bobbins, 44
44 ChasLow 44
44 Hchuyler A Low 44
44 WmHmlth -
' Mary Rickets 44
44 Wm Hands, Mt Pleasant
44 Peter Achenbach heirs Orango
44 John Fortuer heirs Franklin
44 Stephen Keofer, llenton
J MrsHlliui Aprileman, Orango
44 Joel Keefer llenton
44 DJ Waller. Bloom
44 Jefferson Moyer, Bloom
44 Joen Mulligan, llenton
44 J F Plahler, Catawlssa
44 Quaker Society. 44
44 W O Mason. Mt Pleasant
44 David Hhalfor, 44
14 M E Jackson, professional serv
ices In road damage Centro St
44 Assessors for Registering voters
for tho year, Including pay for 108
blank Registry books, and am't
paid for transcribing Bald 103
44 Mordecal Millard as per bill ren
dered for boarding prisoners,
serving Jury nottcea, convening
convicts to II H Penitentiary, dc,
44 Tho following persons for laying
nnd opeulug a state road from
Foundry ville, in Columbia Coun
ty, to the bubllo road near
Good's school houso lu Luzeruo
Lcl Cortrlght, Commissioner
It H Patterson
11 F Headly 44
H F Headly, Surveyor
Vta lllldebrunt. Chalnman
Hcubcn Andrew, Ciiuium.n
Adum Hult, Commissioner
N U WeRtler "
K L ICoons, Surveyor
F It llayinaii, Chalnman
Hlmphon Folk, Axmua
Wm M KUmaob. Jintlce foes
" To sundry persons for paper nnd
" Sundry persons Up staves during
" I) jLowenburg for deeds to Com
jnlanlouers Total expenditures
" Amounts refunded to tho town
" Jteutou .
" Centre ...
' Catawlssa H
" (Jrtcnwood . ...
' Hemlock -
" Jackson -
14 locust H.m
" Montour, ,
" Oraug. WM.....
" Bugarlouf ..
" Bcott -
Whole amount orders Issued la
170 I27.0H SO
Dedurt fibpen orders Issued 0.77 40
And Tux refunded to townships 7,579 13 8,530 52
Expenses during tho year $18, W7 81
STATEMENT OF DOO FUND.
Wo linva nn ace n rule account of
sheep orders from Ihtj to this time,
Tho sheep orders Issued nud not re
deemed are an follows, to wltt
r or l"W " w
ForliiTO Ml DO
Whole amount unredeemed
Amount overpaid on dog tax Is
Which added to sheep orders unpaid
Gives tho wholo Indebtedness 1,112 HI
Now deduct amount dua from collection 477 'ii
Excess of damage over said fun d 6o5 03
Allowing commissioners an extra sal
Total debt, about 1730 00
STATEMENT OF COUNTY OltDEIta,
Wholo amount of orders redeemod In
Deduct old orders redeemed
Orders of 170 redeemed
auu amouui or 167U not redeemed
Gives amount Issued In 1870
Amount due for !Hti7, road views
Amount duo for WW, road views
Amount duo for iMrf), '
Amount due for 1870, "
Total duo for the Jour years
We tho underHltr-ned. Auditor ct Pnlnmlifn
county, belnK duly elected to adjust and settle
vuwm.i"unmui iiiq tJCiwuitii Ultu VUUtlU IMIUII
ers of Columbia county do hereby certify tliut we
meet at the nfllce of the Treasurer and Commis
sioners, In Dloomsburs.and carefully examined
the accounts and vouchers or the same rrom the
first day or January A. 1, mo, und to the Urn
day of January, A. I). 1S71, find them correct la
mo jurt-Kuiau BLttitJinem, aim wo nnd a balance
duo Columbia count v onfViiintv To oiuht imu.
dred and thirty-woven uo'laru and elulity-flve
cents, (J.M) from David Ixtwcnburg, Treasurer
of said county, and a balance duo the Treasurer
on Doif'rax one hundred and ninety-three dol
lars and mty-one cents (IM fll.)
iimvuuuur una uiai tne Township Auditors
In several of the Townships of the county havo
not compiled with the laws relating to the an
pra Uement of sheep killed by doKs, and suggest
that the County Commissioners pay uo dam ait t
t any porsou unless the law Is fully compllod
Ulven under our hands this Fourth dsy of Jan-
nurv A. Ii 1W7I
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UANIEI. LEE, , ' J
-uwigitucu, IUlUUIISSIOlierS 01 LX1-
lumtila county, do Tiertty certify tliatlbo fore
going Is a correct statement of the acoounu ol
u. ...u j u, .aiu,
WM. O. QUICK, )
Blooiufchurg, Feb. 10, iwi, ,VIWM
ear s iw w
Drugs and Chemicals,
A GREAT MEDICAL DiSCC iy
Dr. WALKER'S O 4 LVBOnU
I S U A U Ml I kl V
indoor Poor ltnmt Whisker rroof Hplrtu
nod Ucfnse IIcnurs doctored. splcod sndiwcct-
ened to plows tho tajte, called" Tonlct,MHAppclU
en," lleltoor(,,, c, that lead tho tippler on to
drunkennexs sud rnlu, bot tn a true Medicine, mado
from the Nfttlro lloots and Hcrbi of California, ftro
frum nllAlcobullo Stimulants. Theysio tho
(J It K AT DM) Oil I'UUiriEIl nud A MFC
(JIVING I'KINCIPLEspcrfoct XtenoTStor s&d
InTlfforator of tQOBjitea,carrrl02 0ff all polionons
matter sad rcatorlag tho blood to a healthy condition.
No person can take tbcia Bitters sccordlnij todircc
tloa sad remain lone unwell.
8100 will bo tlTcnforon IncnraMocuo.rrorldcd
tho bones aro not deetrojod by mineral poison or
other tneani, and tho vital organs waited bejoodtho
point of repair.
1'or iDflnmmntory nnd Chronic Uhrnmn
t Ik iti npd Uent Drspcpnln, r Indlffcatloo,
lllllouSf Itenilttent nnd Intermittent Tovcrs
Jlsenseaof Iholllood- lilvcr, Xildncrxi nnd
llluddcrt tocso Dlttcrs tato been rawt tacccio
fal. Hucli Discuses aro canted by Vltlrttcd
Iltood, which U fftncrally rrodnccd b j dcracccncrt
cf tho DlffCBtlToOrcana.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Hctul
dctic, Tain In tho Enoohlcri. ConghJ,TlhtncM of tho
Chest, DlnlncEi, Bonr Eructations or tho Etomocb,
Bad luto In tho Month, DUlons AtUcki, Palpitation
of tho Heart, Inflammauonof IhoLtmei, Tain In tho
rcclona of tho Kidneys, and a bendred other pololul
ty rapioma, oro tho offspring of Dyipcpilo,
Thry laTlEor&to tbeEtomacUanditlmolato tho to
pldllTcrand bowcli.wMch render them of unequalled
tdcacyln cleansing tho blood of all Imparities, and
Impart Ins new life and vigor to tho wholo ijitcm.
10 It SKIN DISEASES Eroptlonj.TotUr, Bait
1 been, Dlotcbcs, Epots, rimplcs, Pnetnles, Bolls, Car
banclci,I'jDS'orms, Ecald-IIcod, Boro Ercs.Eryslp
(.las, Itch, Scarfi, Dlscoloratloni of tho Ekln, Humors
and Diseases of tho bkln, of wbatovcr namo or nature,
aro literally dog up and corrlod out of tho tyatcm In a
chort tlmo by tbouio of theso Bitters. Ono bottlo In
each cases wilt convlnco tho most Incredulous of their
Clcanso tho Vitiated Blood whenever you flad its
I ir purities bnrstlng through tho skin In Pimples, Erup
tions or Bores t clcanso It wben yon find It obstructed
and sluggish In tho veins f clcanso It whon It Is foul,
and yonr feelings will tell you when. Keep tho blood
puro asd the health of the system will follow.
PIN, TAPE and other WORMS, lurklBglnt&o
system of so many thousands, are effectually destroy
ed and removed. Tor full diroctloni, read carefully
tbo circular around each bottlo, printed In four laa-gnagcs-Engllsh.Ocrman,
French and Spanish.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. H.U.McDONALD A CO.,
DrnggliU and Oen. Agents, fan Francisco, Cal.,
and S3 and U Commeroo Street, Now Tork.
K7SOU) ST AIL DKUGGIST3 AND DEALE&fl.
3.000 WILIj UE PADITO ANY PEftciON
riroducluft n Prepnrntlo enshowlng half na many
Ivlnp; genuine pcrmnn ct cures as Dr,Fitlf.ii,8
tltlo nrescrlntlonof Prof JOS. 1 KlTfj t It. M. D.
ono of Philadelphia's o MeBt regular l'hvslclans,
who has made llhcmnatl'sm anncplalts 37 vrurs.
permnneutly curing with this Hemedy 05 in
every 1(X patients Treattd; so warrnnted under
nam. iroin in-giMfrt'ii rasef. a resuii uupnrniiei
ed. Itlsn nleasant Medicine, free from lntur-
lous Druus fHuorn vouchers from Henowned
Prominent Physicians lndortdng Dr. Kltter ac
company each bottle). To protect sullerers from
risk, a legal guaranteo stating number of bottle
warranieu 10 euro wm uo lorwarueu wimoui
charge to any person sending by letter a full,
truthful description of rate In case of failure
to cure, tho amount paid will bo refunded. Price
fUMpcr bottle; 0 bottles, $7.50. Medical advice
sent by letter gratis. Address DH. KITLKIt,
omcoNo.ao Pouth KOUitTII Street. Philadel
phia, or No. 701 IIUOADWAY.N, V. Hold or
I no not wisn totulorm you. reader, that Dr.
wonderful, or any other man, has discovered a
remedy that cures Consumption, when the luugs
aro half consumed, In hhort, will euro all diseas
es whether or mind, body or estate, mako men
live forever, and leave death to play for want ol
Work, and IS desliMied In rnHk nur itiililitnnrv
sphere a blissful Paradlse.to which Ileaveu ttseff
snail ueuui a smo snow. You nave heard enough
or thnt kind or hurabuggery. But wheh I tell
you that Dr. Sage's Catarrh Hemedy uilt positive
lu cure the worfct cosch of Catnrrh tn thn llnt T
only assert that which thousands can testiry to
I will pay $501) Heword for a caso that 1 cannot
cure. A pamphlet giving symptoms nud other
luiuriuunuu buuv ireo to any aaurcss. ruts rem
SOLD 11 Y MOST DntrflOIftTS IN ALL TAItTS
Trlco 50 cents. Sent by mall, postpnld, on receipt
of sixty cents, or lour packages tor two dollars,
Deware of countertits and worthteu imitations.
See that my prlvute Stump, which is n votiltve
guarantee ff ueiiutnencita. Is upon the outside
wtniJic,, ticiiiviuijur umt iuih private niamp,
dbulu h; vuvuuiiiuoHitcaviuvciLIIlCJUeinrHWs
ly for stamping my medicines, has my portrait,
name aud uddrcsti, and the words 'U. B. Ccrtifl-
cate or uenulneness," engravod upon It, and
need not bo mistaken. Don't be swindled by
travelers nnd others representing themselves as
Dr, Sage; lam the only man now living that
has tho kuowledge and right to manufacture the
(ermine Dr. SageTs Catarrh itemedy. and 1 never
U.V. riEItc?Ef M. D.
obl2870.tr. 13J Seneca street, DutTalo, N. Y.
EVEN KEASONS WIIY
Id the Hkst Liniment in this Would
KmsT. Itlscomnosedor tho most PowKitrDL
aim i-KNKTHATiru. iinums jinowniii uiicmlslrv,
hecond. Comblued with the above Is a Medi
cinal Oil, made expressly for till. Llalment.
and mixed liy au entirely uovr proeeM -
THIRD. Tiiensoof the jwiWTuIandMiWfroHno
Ingredients Is to drive or force la tilts beautiful
Medicinal oil, which lubricates the Joints and
muscles, nnd Immediately throttle, tlm .iia.aBa
and compels It to loosen Its deathly, sickening:
and poisonous fanes.
Fouktu. This Medicinal Oil Is used for the
samoreahon that a good mechaulo always uses
oil to make his machinery work Ith caso and
rtreci.iuii. nu in inu same way me muscles and
otnta of our animals should be lubricated If we
wish to have them travel with rapidity and ease.
Firiult Is very soolhluu lu Us action, will
not burn or blister tho animal like most of the
4rtd hot'4 liniments of the day,
HIXT1I. Not Olio (Iron nl tlnplnrn nl.ov.nn.
or red ijenpor can be found In Us composition
4 M M. .iMiiui-iii, run un euecuve
which burns and blisters the animal until the
muscles ai o hard and dried almost to n crisp,
UEVENTII. Kverv hnltle In va Hn.Mv.ni. nl.
lood satisfaction, or your money will be refund
ed. This shows conclusively that the proprle.
torn have full conndenco In this preparation,
anil proves lor tboVsventh time that 0. K. b. B.
.a inutiuciit.u iua wuritj jor nurses.
. WJM f OjOllf IJtntt ATenhanI ta twiLn ntt TVnM.
ture of Hal J'ejipcr u4 llurtthorn. or other trash
on imu, but atkor O.V.H. H.(ar ilorut: una take
noclAcr. Hold byalldrui!lsu.
, D. O. iHI4V A CO., Bole Proprietors.
scpt?r(M7 m Washington Htrcet, New York.
PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE
A New Course or Lectuues, as delivered at
the Penna.Folyiechn!ound Anatomical Museum
120a Chestnut Ht.,4three douis aliove Twelfth,
Philadelphia, embracing the subjects! How to
Llvo and What to Live fori Youth, Maturity
and Old Age! Manhood Generally Reviewed!
The cause of Indigestion; Flatuleuce and nerv
ous Diseases accounted fori Marriage Philo
sophically considered. Then, lectures will ha
forwarded on receipt of 15 cents by addressing!
I'eoretary of the Pennsylvania Polytechnic
Bnd Anatomical Muuiuil, J'JS Chestnut St.,
Abllatlelnhla, Pennsylvania. .
HOICK SALES AND SMALL mocm,
HAVE YOUR MONEY.
East Bloomsburg. Pa., for all kinds of the beat
home and city made
"Monablo and the best ork done,
jji Hundreds of Ihonsands
2 licsr tpstimoBv lo their wonilcr- fie?
o tol L'atsUre Mitli, M is 3
WHAT ARE THEY? g
1 a TOKrAim KOTAvan f ii
F r a s.1 f r rt i m 1 E tt 3
JyJ-EW STOCK OF CLOTHING.
Fresh arrival of
Invites attention to lila stock of
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE CI.OTIIINO.
at his sloro on
Main Street, twodoora above the American Hons
where he ha Just received from Now York and
Philadelphia a full assortment of
MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHINfJ,
Including tho most fashionable, durable, and
. . imtwsuooDs,
BOX, BACK, IIOCO, OHM, AND OIL-OLOTH
COATS AND PANTS,
of nil sorts, sises and colors. Ho has also replcn
Isht) d his nlrondy largo stock of
FALL AND WINTER SHAWLS,
BTIHPED, FIGURED, AND PLAIN VUSTS
H1IIUTH, CRAVATS, BTOCKH, COLtARS
SUSPENDERS, AND FANCY ARTICLES
Ho nan constantly on hand n largo and well-seeded
CLOTHS AND VESTINOS,
which ho Is prepared lo make to order Into any
kind of clothing, on very short notice, and lu tho
best manner. All his clothing Is made to wear,
and most of It Is of homo uiannfactnre.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
olovery description, lino nnd cheap. Ills caseol
Jowclryianotsurpassodlnthlsiploco. Call nnd
eiamlno hlsgenernl nssorlmentor
CLOTHINO, WATCHES JEWELRY, 40.
Bakery and Oonfoctionery.
JOHN Q. JACOUY'8
UAKEUY AND CONFECTIONERY!
Tlie underslened would respectfully Inlorni
the Cltlreus of llcrwlck, nud vicinity, that he
has opened a Confectionery and Bakery lu
ODD FELLOWS4 HALL,
Berwick, Pa,, where ho Is rrepnredto furnish
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
FOI1EION AND DOMESTIC FRUITS
ORANGES, LEMONS, RAISINS
Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac,
T.Y WHOLESALE AND It ETA I L,
Among tho assortment will bo found Cream
Nuts, Kitgllsli Walnuts, Peanuts, Almonds, Fil
berts, Figs, Apples, Cocoa Nuts, Jellies of dlirer
ent hinds. Mustard. Catsup, Pickles, Chocolate,
Cannid Fruit of nil kinds, Corn starch, Egg Ills
cult. Soda Crackers, Oyster Crackers, Cheese,
Soap, Writing Paper, Agreement I'apors, En
velopes, FISH AND OYSTERS,
And prodnco of all kinds. Fresh Bread and
Cakes every day. Ice Cream In Season, Your
patronage Is solicited,
, , , , JOHN O. JACOBY.
Berwick, Juno 17, ISTO-tf
The undcrslgnod would respectfully announce
tn thn nnhlli. tfint. h. hu nn.n.,1 o
FIItHT.CLAHS CONFEOTIONEJIY HTOtlK.
In the building lately occupied by Fox A Webb
where he Is nrenared tn furnish nil Llnrl. nt
PLAIN A FANCY CANDIES,
FOREIGN 4 DOMESTIC FRUITS,
NUTS, RAISINS.'AO., 40., 40
DT WHOL181LB OB K1TAIL
In short, a full assortment of all good. In
htullllnr)in.lnr.a A .r..ln,lnlunr
DOLLS. TO Y8. Ac
suitable for the Holidays, Particular Attention
BREAD AND CAKES,
of all kinds, fresh every day,
A call Is solicited,
and satisfaction will b
ANEW BOOK of tho greatest iulerehl and im.
Iiri nice, written irom a high moral and physl-
u.vKieiu iiauuKjini, uy an eminent physlclau
and medical professor, It shows how rmtuu Is
WOrkllll- nut IllR stlhlln nn.l rinnrntn.,.!..!
through our most sacred doracstlo and social re
lations. Puro-mlnded, but outspoken nnd ag
grcshlvctno author handles tho delleatosubjccts
not to mlntstertoaprurientcurloalty. TheJ'hyi'
ci Ileyeneralion OJ the Jtaef.lt n subject Justly
philanthropists, and tills book. It IS belloved,
will contribute to that end Just In proportion as
i, . i.au.-ia, viieuiur neiii iree, ei.iiii.iuiiiK
a full description nnd synopsis of the work wllh
liberal extracts. v. v. vkwt, rubllsher,
soHti'TU-tr 6 College Place, N.
If they want tho mosi itopu urtitxl mcIHhJ
fSiff- Hf'"I'orclreularh. Thej wlllcoslsuu
noUUng, an.d may bu of great bent ut to you!
LATELY MUCH IMPROVED-A wn Titii-
UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WKINQER
improved with Uowell's Tatent Double Cog.
i i AViiiriV :i,t....t.'""::" "'"P.are now unnuos-
ouj't-wur unj apiiaratus for uash
cSft fj?ilecn Sir; ,W4 KV1 wm ? their
t T ill iuui huh ciomiw.
wuiitii jj hiw paper, wno purchased a
Washer and Wrlnger.us icstine.T. to their
ti3.,1ii'.',llnnf0,ln..on.r. fsmlly for some
ir-,T. 4 4 . 4,4 t;iotnes washers and
Wr ngers. audare prepared to bear test moii?as
to lis merits. It Is emphatically a fa(Iorfm
machine and dnes Hh wl.rb-1,, .i.it.
Iii.n.r Vn. f.;...i7i,"." luorougll
i , A.i.iT... .:":!.', 4.'" aviargo washes
bian. Jim it ik,i u mvaiuauio."-CoLUIl.
I'RIOES-A FAIR OFFER.
If Ilia Haoalianln I
places w here no one li ici lug and Va , ,uii li
wo they will be liked, lhal wS'agfee S) efunS
the monev if unv ,mn u.iBi,- . r..r "I.r4JPJnd
tlS?i,SS:nd.'.f,.f.';?r.or Irothershould m,.tl
Jury to Ihegarnients.bya Doty Cluthea M,
aud a Universal Wrltiaer? "1 Washer,
coBu'ls aro'SS? Um"Mr' to wL '"erl dls-
i'LiAlW ilOJlE TALK AND Jipiir
havolioconipetlllou. There new.; 7 ' .
ouappuca,, SKH( H.""11" 'M
Add'Jeis? ,o ss
. ii-ijia: co.. w Broorao Street, New Y'ork.
HEADY FAY STORE
tu t n- . 'T' '-T1 wuB.ru ui unit.
iPJtSX bX bld. '"'hi. Other 5 realous7nW,?
Jiaiir.uurs;, feb. It, iK70-3t--i-T """vs.,
Dry Goods & Groceries.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
. dry goods,
hath and caps,
hats and caps,
hats and caps
hats and caps
hath and caps,
boots and shoes,
booth and shoes
hoots and h1ioiw,
boots and shoes,
boots and shoes)
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS.
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS
PAINTS AND OILS,
G HALT AND HEEDS,
GRAIN AND HEEDS,
GRAIN AND HEEDS,
GRAIN AND HEEDS,
GRAIN AND HEEDS,
Ufliri'l.VV k-1 ,
j-utbuwesi. corner 01 iviain ana Aiarxet mreeia,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main und Market streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Street.,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS
IRON AND NAILH,
IRON AND NAILS,
In large quantities and at reduced rates, alway
)UY THE BEST.
THE RED. LION BRAND,
L,.."2r,?r,or J Bl.1 lu color, quality and
price; to be found only nt
M. P. LUTZ'S
Dealer In Drvflnnds nn.i vntinn- ...
n. i,,i,ii,: -t . . v.""".4-i 44
V "! "onus anil Not ous, n Drawer's
building next to tho Court House, Mali
t. Bloomsburg, Pa. inayl3';o-tf.
JTHESU ARRIVAL OF
With another large and select assortment ol ,
FAf.T. A1J1I WlWTfii n,u,n..
v. jjimt ,
purchased In New York and Philadelphia at th.
nwAstflviirn .n,l 1.A. . . .
, - -vwiiuium tu sell
on as moderate terms as can be procured els.'
nwi.miuwuiiuini, Uis stock comprlsM
LADIES' Uninui nnnrta
of the choicest stvies anrf intA.t
with a large 'assortment sif Dry Goods and Gro-
too loiiowing i rtlclee
- Whlt. Oooda,
Ilnla J at- - '
Hats and Caps
AND NOTIflNM ni'vi.i, . T .
In snort, everything usually kept In country
stores, to which ne Invites the attention of the
Duoii,y, to. nignest price win be paid
for country produce In eichange for goods.
a. xi. Aiii.i,citaBun.
Arcade Buildings. Bloomsburg, Pa.
0. M A R R
have Justrecelyed from the eastern markets a
.argo aun well seiecteu siocic of
Best bleached A
All wool flannels,
A-'good stock of
Ladles dress goods,
Latest styles 4 patlerns.
Bplses of all kinds,
Good stock groceries,
Wood A willow ware,
AlSO Kitchen Ovala! Rn.. n i ..
Brass, 4o. All goods sold cheap for cash or pro
He would cull ii .ii.nttAn . i , La
. ,HH V. HU,BI HJ UU
well aud carefully selected assortment which
comprises everything usually kept In th. ooun
try. feeUner nniin.lAnt tl,t i.. .
goods at such prices as will ensure satisfaction.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
liny Freeman, President, It. a. Freeman n.
Cash capital over 12,000,000, all paid.
'J. B. nOBISON, BLOOMSBURG, I'A
For Luaerne, Lycoming and Columbia
. . counllca,
BprlngdeM ....,. ,
Farmers4 DuiivIIIa .
Albany City ,
York Hnrsn. Ilall, A Ti,.n
Home, Now Haven ,,
Danville, Horse Then
FHEAH BROWN, Apcnt,
margU9-ly.. BLoonsnuito, i'A
Hardware & Cutlery,
JACOB K, SMITH, J, R. SEI.TZtK
gMITH A SELTZEH,
Importersand Dealers in Foreign and Dome, i
H A'.R BWAKE,
GUNS, CUTLERY, 40.,
SO. 409 N. Tlllltn STREET, AILCALLOWIIILL,
Paints, Glass, c.
BEST, PUREST, AND CHEAPEST!
cy. It hi, n"en,wl'.'UraD""y',,na Br""au-
Iho country: ula,"Bm 1 """ "'rouBhout
BARKER, MOORE & MEIN,
T. MORIUB PEROT A CO.
Solo Proprietors, Philadelphia, Pa.,
Dealers lu all kinds of
DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS, GLASS,
HYKSTUrfS, AC, AC.
CAlTTinw n.,.lnn . .. .... .
'n,,r .. . s iiiw iHjpuiarity oi
.V 14 f""1 Hiiite iaii," other
rlnni !'i"f0 '' induceil to oner a spa-
....,-. .nu Blunt, name, riiere
'"".I'efaro of Counlcrlells. The genu-
.V,u ,44. vlr iicavy tin pn til
pots, with palent metallic wire bandies.
unu tne name of
BARKER, MOORE fc MEIN,
On eaeh label.
For sale by
'HER LEAD I
'' Por lis Unrivaled Whiteness,
;'! !.or !'" Unequalleil Dnrablllly,
t,:.i fjT ""Unsurpassed Covering Propertv
Lastly for Its Economy,
, , T jirin iu paiUL Willi lIUrK I.RAl)
tlian any other While Lead extant, the same
weight cov ers MORE HURKACE, Is more DUR
ABLE, and makes WHITER WoilK,
BUCK LEAD, Is the Cheapest and Berl
B U O KZ I N O
EXCELS ALL OTHER ZINCU.
being tho CHEAPEST, HANDSOMEST, and
most DURABLE White Paint lu tho world,
BUCK LEAD AND BUCK ZINC:
TRY IT AND UK muiriuftDn
Satisfaction Guaranteed by Iho Manufacturers.
.BUCK COTTAGE COLfiTis
Trepared exneimlv fn Toini...
tlrtifi'SS'P .traltorm. and
8am Die canu iuln'f.f. . .
w FRENCH, RICHARDS A CO.,
N. W. Cor. Tenth and Market Streets,
UanS870-fv VE" BK0,T1"J"S. Agents
jan3870-iy. for iiioomsburg. Pa.
V M. (1 BLOAT? Jk nnrwirvn
nave on hand and for aalo at the most ruiAi,
ble rates a splendid stock nr " reasona-
and .very description of Wagons both
PLAIN AND FANCY
varniriUil IaI,.m..i . . . ...
abiV miuriXl-r aid by' he mo.TSxJa';
workmen. All work air,, , 2"J ? "Tlenred
llshment will be fonnd to lienf thn i,i.!i .""'
"TJIARMERSI EXAMINE AND BUY
The First Haw Bonb Piiobi-hatk Mapk
All others aro Imitation,
B A U Q II 'B
SUPER PHOSPHATE' OF LIME.
tne Ammoiilistu such proportion as to lnsurn
fwhfr'J"1.? W' ttitlon up t he crow.
Wher. Bauali's P hosplmte was antilll 1 ll.n
f" J?'?n4 IndUnlfons, wllhout esrcptln !
are that It will maintain lu well earned reV.i Sii
B A U G II A SONS,
Oryicx-No !0 s, Delaware Avenue,
..v, ,,,,. U,U, MABR.