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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
I'll I DAY MOUNINd, MAY B, 1S71.
Thk speech of Cntit. UltocKWAY,
printed nt length In tho Columbian to
tiny, H ft romprehcnslvostntcinent of tlio
hwo of tlio coal miners uRnlnst tho rail
wny companies, nnd will glvo a clear
limlcrstnmlltiK of tlio stiliject mnttcr nt
Imiio between them.
lien. Sherman on tho KuKliit,
Tho General of tho Army Is at present
on n visit of Inspection to tho south nnd
tho western frontier. Arriving tho
other day In Now Orleans, ho was ten.
dored n reception by tho American
Union Club of that city, nn association
professedly non-political but composed
ul most cnltroly of radical politicians.
Tho General accepted tho Invitation of
tho club mid tho reception camo on
with tho usual display of pyrotechnics,
oratory, etc. Aftcrn number of toasts
had been given nnd responded to, thcro
wcro cries of "SiiekmanI" "Sheiv
man I" and tho general begged to bo ex
cuscd from speaking, but tho clamor ol
tho enthusiastic members of tho "Amor
lean Union Club" could "not bo silenced.
Tho distinguished but taciturn guest
was obliged to speak, nnd ho did speak
in tho following manner:
"I bcllcvo this government will keep
on growing until It spreads Itself over
thocntlro American continent; but In
order to gain tills much desired end,
and to maintain ourselves as n frco nnd
Independent republic, wo havo got to
show ourselves chnrltablo towards each
other. It has been remarked by somo
gentleman who has preceded mo that It
was generally conceded by tho soldiers
of both armies nt tho ctoso of tho Into
civil war, that If tho questions and nil
matters or tho settlement of tho differ
ences between tho north nnd south wcro
loR to tho armies, It would bo scttlcdat
once, and everything would become
lulet and orderly. 1 so bcllovcd ; and
beforo signing the agreement with Gen
Joe Johnston, I called together nil
tho generals under my command, nnd
without n dissenting volco they agreed
with mo. I bcllovcd they surrendered
In good faith, and would havo lived up
to tho very letter of tho agreement;
nnd, In my opinion, If thero had been
no reconstruction acta of Congress, and
the nrmy been left nt the tlmo to settle
nil tho questions of difference between
tho different sections of tho country,
tho peoplo would havo at onco becomo
iulet and peaceable. I probably havo
us good means of Information as most
persons In regard to what Is called tlio
Ku'lclux, and nm perfectly satisfied
that tho thing Is greatly over-estimated;
and If tho Ku-klux bills wero kept out
of Congress, and tho army kept nt their
legitimate duties, thcro aro enough
good and truo men in all southern states
to put down all Ku-klux or other bands
Tho British Treaty.
Tlio U. S. Senate Is to meet on tho
10th Instant to consider tho British
treaty. Tho following is given In tho
press despatches as n synopsis of tho
terms of tho treaty. If tho United Slates
cscapo tho tom-foolery about tho "Ala
bama" claims" without heavy loss, tho
peoplo may congratulato themselves :
Several of tho American commission
ers havo Informed soma of tho senators
who aro to Uko a prominent part In tho
uenaio on mo lorincoming treaty be
tween Great Britain nnd tho United
States of tho main points of settlement.
It appears that tho navltratlon of tho St.
Lawrenco river and Canadian canal Is
settled outright favorabio to tho United
Tho fishery nuestlon is settled, with
tho proviso that tho United States is to
pay Canada n certain nmountof money
iur usiimg jirivnegcs.
Tho San Juan boundary question is to
uu ruierreu 10 nn nrmtraior, wnoso UO'
clsion. our commissioners believe, can.
not fall to bo In favor of tho United
Tho Alabama claims aro not settled
ausoiuteiy. Tlio only principles upon
which they aro to bo adjudicated here
after by tho commissioners aro agreed
upon. Tho principles aro regarded as
very liberal towards tho United States.
Thu last clauso of tho treaty, which will
provoke opposition, is tho manner In
which our government admits thovn
lidity of tho claims against tho United
States held by Englishmen. These
Claims nro to Pi) heforn a Rprmrnln mm.
mission to bo audited. American claims
against Great Hrltnln aro also to bo
auuuca by a tcparato commission.
A prominent senator, who has or,
nuiined the whole subject closely, states
ma. iiiu jingiisu claims wnicn nro put
forward by tho British Government as
nn offset to our claims will reach from
thirty to flftv millions, anil will fur
exceed nil that has been claimed by us
for damages out of Ihn ilnnrpilnMrma nf
tho rebel cruisers. Ho says If wo get off
wuiiuut paying n largo sum out of our
treasury no win uo surprised.
Tin: Legislature Is now In harmon
ious worklug order, and bills are being
passed at a rapid rato. Another lock
had occurred, but Gov. Geaiiy having
promised to sign tho apportionment
bill, tho machinery was again get In
motion nnd Is now working nt railroad
speed, Wo would havo preferred to
havo seen tho apportionment bill VO'
toed, In tho hopo that Its Imperfections
would bo corrected.
Tho nolso of tho Radicals about nil
legislation being stopped would havo
dono no Injury. Wo beliovo tho peoplo
would bo highly gratified If thoy could
bo assured that thcro would bo no fur
ther legislation. They nro moro fearful
that they will get too much of It than
The Legislature of Connecticut was
to meet on Wednesday, and It will
probably soon bo officially determined
who Is elected Governor.
Although tho Democratic camlhlato
has n considerable majority over his
Kadlcal opponent for Governor In New
Hampshire, thero nro scattering votes
enough to defent him, tho laws of that
Stato requiring a majority of tlio wholo
number of votes to elect. Tho election
now devolves on tho Legislature, In
which tho.Itadlcals claim a majority of
It Is hoped tho Democracy of tho so ver
nl election districts of thocountywlll not
forget tho dclegato elections on tho 10th
Inst. Although tho Convention that Is
to nsscmblo will havo llttlo or no other
business than to appoint delegates to
tho Stato Convention and elect district
conferees, theso mattors aro of uulllclent
Importanco to rccelvo attention and a
full convention is always encouraging.
Bo euro to bend delegates from ovcry
Tlio Coal TruttMos.
Tho Wllkellarro Coal and Iron
company nnd their miners havo eomo
to ternn and tho men havo ngrccd to
go to work. This company Is one of tlio
InrgeH shippers of coal, being exceeded
only by tho tlireo companies operating
nt Scrnnton. Sovcrnl collieries In tho
IiUzerno nnd Schuylkill regions nro re
ported In operation. Further efforts nt
compromise couttnuo nnd It N hoped
may soon prove successful. Many of
tho miners nro reported going west.
No material clmngo has yet resulted
In French nffalrs, yet It Is claimed that
tlio government troops constantly ob
tain additional ndvnntngos over tho In
surgents. Tho fighting has been vigor
ous and destructive, ami tho probability
is that tho city of Paris Is sustaining moro
injury from it than It did from tlio Qer
mans. Tho latter havo notified tho
French that if they do not soon put
down disorder tlio Prussians will do It
for them. As they hnvo 200,000 men
still around Paris nnd havo possession
of sovcrnl of tho strongest forts, they
can no doubt mnko their threat good
whenover they sco proper.
A year or moro ago tho Supremo Court
decided tho act of Congress making
greenbacks n legal tender for contracts
mado beforo Its passago to bo unconstl
tutlonal. Flvo Judges concurred In this
decision nnd two opposed It, Slnco
then two now Judges hnvo been ndded
to tho number. Theso wcro said nt tho
tlmo to bo pledged to reverse this do
clsion nnd that this was mado n con
dltlon of their appointment. Both, too.
nro said to bo pecuniarily Interested lu
tho decision. Recently tho Court again
opened tho question, nnd n decision has
been given sustaining thu constitution
ality of tho net, by flvo to four. Chief
Justlco Chase, tlio author of tho green
back net Is of tho latter.
In commenting on tho conduct of tiio
now Judges, tho N. Y. 7W4iiesnys:
Tho most serious oblcction to tho
action of JustlcesSlrong and Bradley of
uiu u. a. supremo uourr, in mo late
i.egai Tenner case, is mat tncy over
turned nnd brought Into contempt n
recent very careful decision of their
own Court, by rullnc. with llttlo area
incut nnd in unusual haste, on thosfdo
on which they had but n short tlmo
lioforo been paid ndvocates. The rhtla
dehihia Innulrcr assures us that .Iii9tlcn
Strong divested himself absolutely of
ins rnnroau interests ncioro laicinir ins
seat on tho bench, and says that homo-
tiling in jie jrioune onco convoyed n
conttnrv impression. Wo tako pleasure.
inerciore, in giving promineneo to The
Inquirer's statement ; but must bo per
mitted to ndd Hint It docs not touch tho
point or our complaint. It was nn essen
tlallv lintirnnor thlm? that rt recent nnd
earnest paid ndvocato or tlio constitu
tionality of tho Legal Tender lawshould
tako his seat upon tho Supremo Bench
to decldo It constitutional. Let him bo
puto as snow, ho ennnot, for this, cscapo
condemnation. It is n decision In tho
Inleroats of tho great railroad compa
nies, nnd It has been reached through
the instrumentality of their former paid
advocates nnd stockholders now on tho
bench. Tho first conclusion of tho Court
has been hastily reversed, but it will
not uoas easy torestoro ino public ro
spect and revcrenco for tho tribunal
wnicn tins decision lias sacrificed.
Tho Ku Klux Falsehoods.
It Is a fact that all tho demonstrations
of tho Radicals about Ku Klux nro
mero fustian, gotten up solely for po
litical effect, to turn tho heads of Ignor
ant and mush-headed peoplo In tho
North who nro simplo enough to beliovo
them, nnd of this wo havo presented
frequent proof. In nddltion wo noy gi vo
mo loliowmg from mo jn. Y. 'frlbunc.
Tlio North Carolina counties named In
tho letter quoted, aro thoso In which
tho Ku Klux wero said to bo most ram-
pant,and In which martial law was pro
claimed by tho Impeached radical Gov
ernor of North Carolinia. It will bo seen
that tho denial comes from men who
live In tho locality, and who belong to
both political parties men who volun
tarlly camo forward to do justlco to
their neighbors und who submcrgo
every other consideration to tlio inter
ests of truth.
From tho N. V. Tribune of May 1, 1ST1.
KU-KLUX NO J1A11 TO NOHTHEIIN SET
TI.EItS. To the lihtor of The Tribune:
Sin,: Wo havo noticed recently a great
many publications in your paperconccrn
ing outrages committed by Ku-Klux
In tho Southern States. Wo know noth
ing of tho truth or falsity of theso char
ges, and shall not undertako their ro
I utatlpn except so Tarns they may ho
understood to apply to tho whole South.
Tho undersigned, all Northern men by
birth nnd education, have, slncn tho
war, purchased homes and settled, somo
in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, nnd
others in CaewellSand llockliieiinm
Counties, North Carolina, nnd many of
us ru iii'iiuuucaus aim reguinr reaucrs
of and subscribers to tho Tribune. Wo
havo reason to beliovo that a largo num
ber of our Northern friends earnestly do
tiro to emigrnto to tho South, supply
themselves with cheap lands, nnd enjoy
tills charming climato ; and wo fear that
they may bodeterred from dolngeo by
tho publications to which wo havo re
ferred. It Is for this reason wo request
tho Insertion of this letter In your pa
per, In tho hojio that such other papers
in tlio North us dcslro to do Justlco to
every portion of tlio country will glvo
It circulation, Wo can say in truth that
not only persons nnd property nro wfo
In tlio fccctlons of Virglnn and North
Carolinia In which wo reside, but that
wo iiuver lived lu a moro orderly or
law-abiding community. Wo havo been
kind y received by thu cntiro people :
our iutercourso with them has been In
all respects as agreeable ns wo could
hnvo desired. Wo havo been no disposi
tion to mistrust or oven sllirht us on ac
count of our politics on tho contrary
wo havo uniformly been treated with
civility nnd respect by every one with
whom wo havo eomo In contact. It is
but nn net of Justlco to ourselves nnd to
tho peoplo living In tho States ot our
ndoption that wo should bay what wo
havo said, nnd wo trust that you will
glvo It a place In your paper.
James Robinson, Canada; Rev. John
Brunch, Tioga Co., N. Y.t A. G. New
ell, Tioga Co.. N. Y.; S. L. Hitchcock,
Brown Co,, N. Y.; Fred W. Hitchcock,
Brown Co., N. Y.; J. F. Councilman,
Tioga Co., N. Y.j Austin II. Prentice,
Tioga Co., N. Y.j Jiiines Hutchinson,
Pcnn.j John Hutchinson, Ponn.; Wm.
. ijuvib, inuiana uo,, I'cnn.; it, ts,
avls, Indiana Co., Pcnn., C. Hlnklev,
.Steuben Co., N. Y.; II. Hlngloy; H. 11.
Stephen, Steuben Co.. N. Y.; Chas. II.
Rodgcrs, Wnvcrly, Tioga Co., N. Y.t
JamcHOgdcn, Pcnn.; William Lander,
Steuben Co., N. Y.j Jonathan Bltuer,
Westmorehuid.Penn.; W.P. Snauldlng,
New York, April 27, 1871.
An exchnngo snys, that tho President
Is consolidating tho Departments Into on
Institution to bo known as tho Asylum
for Repudiated Mtfmbers of tho Forty
first Congress nnd other Political Pnu.
The bill forbidding tho saloorglvlng
nwny of Intoxicating drlnks'rt elections
has been signed by Gov. Genry, iiod Is
therefore a law.
(Irr.nl, Duller k Co.
Somo of-our Radical contemporaries
hnvo been forced by tho recent nlllnnco
of Ghant nnd Buti.eu to endenvor to
sustnln tho latter. Tho Now York
7W6iinr, however, will not consent to
this. It says of hlra I "As to Mr. But.
i,KK, If thero Is anything remaining of
him oftcr tho sanguinary row ho pro
yoked, wo may safely lcavo It to bo
dealt with by his Ynnkco fellow-clti
r.ens, who will certainly object lo being
represented by n mnn who has not HI
crctlon enough lo keep out of quarrels,
nor pluck enough to carry them
through." Gn ant, who had expressed,
In his official report, his contempt for
tho "bottled up" horo of Bermuda
Hundreds, was tempted, by BUTi.r.n'u
boasted smartness, to tako him Into po
litical partnership. Wo doubt If tho
profits of It will bo large. Buti.eu de
vised tho latoMilitary bill, and tho Ku-
Klux excitement that was to sustnln It,
But tho IIouso rejected Butj.t.u's bill,
nnd on motion of tho Radical Speaker,
Mr. BiiAiNE, appointed n committee to
Invcstlgnto tlio lies about tlio Soutli
Then Buti.eu got Ghant to mnko It a
party question by sending Inn mcssago
asking thop.wago of Butleii's sclicmo
nnd It was thus carried through against
Iho remonstrances of somo of tho best
men and Journals of tho Republican
party. But Quant has suffered moro
by his association with tho gang of
scoundrels ho has gathered round him,
nnd their revolutionary plots In his nnd
their lnterc3t, than hodld oven through
his Implication In tho "gold conspiracy"
and his bad habits among them that
of pocketing presents, Ho has frittered
away all tho reputation won In his mil
itary career, by his discreditable civil
administration. Ho 13 now in tlio same
sort of company, politically, that ho
was when tho financial sharpers In
New York got him In their clutches;
and so used him that tlio Congressional
Commlttco of his own party only
fccrcened his damaged reputation by
suppressing Ills letters, nnd shifting all
tlioblatnoonCorblti, his brother-in-law,
nnd Butlcrllcld, tho faithless public
officer of his selection, I'tlladetphla
David Am.en, Esq. nn old and ro
spected citizen of Bald Englo township,
Clinton county, died at his residence on
tho 21st instant, of congestion of the
lungs, aged about So years. Mr. Allen
removed from Jcrcytown, Colunibln
county, whero sovcrnl of his relations
still reside, nbout -10 yenrs ngo. Soon
nftcr settling In Clinton county ho wns
appointed n Justlco of tho Peace, which
olllco ho held until near tho tlmo of his
death nnd perhaps wns then in conmils
sion, but fur sovcrnl years passed wns
too blind to do business' HowasaDom
ocrnt In politics, nnd though his town
ship gave n largo Whig majority ho was
always re-elected when ho ran for Jus
tlco of tho Peace. Ho sovcral times
held county offices nnd wa3 onco tho
Democratic nomlnco for Associate
Judge. In muscular strength and aetl
vlty ho had few equals and oven In old
ago walked ns erect as n soldier. His
health nnd constitutional vigor did not
apparently fall him in tho least until ho
lost his eyo slglit, when want of action
nnd excrclso nojdoubt seriously affected
both. It Is therefore probablo that ho
would havo lived several years yet had
ho not lost his sight. Ho was a kind
nnd very hospitablo man nnd was uni
vcrsally respected by his acquaintances,
Mrs. Allen died n fow months ngo, quite
old. Showasnlso much respected.
A Most remarkablo commentary on
tho patient submission of tho American
peoplo to tho yoko of their oppressors is
found In what occurred a few days slnco
In England. In order to ralso additional
revenue to bo applied to tho improve
ment and strengthening of thonational
defense, the British Minister of Finance
proposed to lay n stamp tax on matches
of ono halfpenny per box. Tho proposi
tion had scarcely been mooted in Parlia
ment beforo tlio British peoplo began to
protest against It. Tho popular irrita
tion excited by this attempt on tho part
of tho cabinet of Great Britain to ndopt
a modo of taxation' by which moro than
two millions of dollars per annum aro
wrung from tho American people, was
so great that a mob assembled at West
minster and demanded that tlio measure
should bo abandoned. Tho result was
that tho mover of tlio proposition in
Parliament, withdrew his. resolution,
nnd tho administration declined to press
it further. What becomes of our boasted
lovo of liberty when wo tamely submit
to an Imposition at tho mero mention of
which John Bull bellows nnd paws
tho earth with rago "Norn'wj J'ntriot.
Whit Men Reflect 1
Tho Washington Patriot coolly nar
Edwin L. Stanton, son of tho lato
Secretary of War, Is named for appoint
ment as Secretary of tho Territory of
Columbia, In placo of Chipman, elected
to Congress. Thcro is n heavy pressure
being put upon tho President tonppolnt
John F. Cook, now City Register. Mr.
Cook Is n rcspcctablo and Intelligent
colored man, nnd very popular with
tho resident colored population. Frede
rick Douglass is also n candldato for tho
placo, and Is backed by a faction of tho
colored pcoplonndsomo whllo Radicals.
Thcro aro other aspirants, nonoof whom
howovor, nro so strongly backed ns to ho
likely to overcomo tho forces mustered
by tho negro population, As tho matter
stands now It hardly teems ns though
tho President can appoint n whllo man
without giving serious offonco to that
class hero which Is tho solo local support
of tho Administration. Tlio nppolntmcnt
will bo mado In a day or two.
Tin: Catholics of acrmany havo poll
Honed tho recently crowned Emperor ip
prevent tho occupation of Romo by tlio
Italian government. Tlio Prussian Cross
Uaxctle declares that tho reply of tho
Emperor does not commit tho govern
ment lo any posltlvo lino of action, and
that no promise of any kind was made.
A Protestant potentate protecting tho
l'opo from tlio encroachmonts of a Cath-
olio King, would bo a curious spectaclo
in this ago. But BIsmark Is wily, nnd
will movo with caution nnd a view to
futuro results. .Germany has n largo
Catholic population, nnd Bismnrck needs
union Just now, whon Russia has shown
her teeth In tho enso of tho Lutherans
Thk Democratic Stato Convention
for tho nomination of Auditor and
Survoyor Oenornl Is to nsscmblo nt
Ilarrlsburg on Wednesday tho 21th day
of May next.
What now dodgo Is this of which wo
hear from Wnshlngton ? A Judgo is su
perceded on tho territorial bench, nnd re
turning to Wnshlngton to nsccrtnln tho
reason why U confronted with Ids own
resignation. Tho resignation proves n
forgery. That Is trick of tlio vainest pos
slblo sort? but not nltogcthcr vnln in this
Instance. Itlsono of thoso practical Jokei
which men seldom play twlco success
fully, but It opens up tho vista of pos
sibilities to n fenrlul extent. If tho hun
gering outs may resign n man out of tlio
public scrvlco without consulting hltn,
what officeholder can bo certain of wak
ing nny morning with his head on his
Wi: nntlcipato nono but tho most
pleasant relations with tho Democracy
of thu counties united with us in Sena
torial nnd Assembly Districts, All that
will bo required to securo the election
of representatives of our largo party
majority will bo to- fairly present
proper candidates men of brains nnd
i n tcgrl ty. Lycom ing Standard.
Of coursolt Is gratifying to tho editor
of tho Standard to got Into good com
pany, but ho must bear In mind yiat
thnt clrcumstnnco Involves good behav
ior. Tho Democracy of Columbia ex
tend tho hand of generous fellowship
to their now Senatorial associates nnd
promlso n hearty nnd overwhelming
support to nil Democratic nominees
"men of brains nnd Integrity."
The action of tho Chinese government
In disregarding tho Burlingnmo treaty
by refusing to protect missionar'es nnd
teachers, has been brought to tho atten
tion ofthogovcrnmetit,nnd Istiow under
consideration. It appears that tlio Chi
nose aro nctunted In this matter by tho
courso pursued by tho peoplo of the
United States ngalnst Chinese emigre
tlon, nnd particularly tho harsh manner
In which tlio Chineso nro treated In
Tho Chineso government holds tliai
our government has failed to carry out
that part of thoBurlingamo treaty which
insures protection to Chineso In the
United States. It Is regarded ns u very
troublesomo question, nnd one which
tho government is nt n loss how to deal
Tun Muticy Creek Railroad Bill
which was somo tlmo ngo vetoed by
Governor Qcary, and passed tho Sonato
by a two thirds vote, over tho veto, also
passed tho IIouso of Representatives on
Friday week, by tho Constitutional
majority. Tho bill repeals tho supple
ment to tho act, approved April Tlh,
1870, relating to executions, approved
Juno 10, 1830. so far ns tlio samo relates
to tho Muncy Creek Railroad Company,
In other words it exempts tlio Sluncy
Creek railroad from being sold for Its
debts. Muncy Luminary,
At a recent session of tho Presbytery
of Northumberland, held at Berwick,
Columbia county, tho pastoral relations
of threo clergymen, witii tho rcspectivo
churches heretofore under their charge
wcro dissolved, viz: Rev. Ym. Ster
ling, of tho second I'resbylerian church
of Williamsport; Rev. D. J. Waller, of
thoChurchatBloomsburg; and thoRcv.
A. Ilcrou, of tho Church In Muncy.
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CHARLES B. BROCKWAY,
E. J. McIIRNRY,
CO U.NT V COM.M ISHlONKIt,
JAMES S. EVANS,
TILLY-l-'AUNSWOHTII-In Moreland. on tho
pun uu., ny iiuv. it, ji, 1-. Minis, Air, William
'lllly or Illicit Horn, und Shu Hunih rums
worth, of Moreland.
... , r, n, nciii, , n, 4.111-iiuci iiari7ei 10
Miss Frances Ann Longenberger, bolh ofMlf.
llln, Columbia county.
Kr.i,i,i:it-MAHTi:i.Li:ii-on tho ann utt., in
.nicKhou Kiwnsuip, nyjas, w. Jvltchen, J.l
Mr. Jacob Keller uf Jackson, to MM Htbecea
Mastelk-r ol bugarloaf.
And wo drink success to tlio wedded pair,
And Joy with their "Ollvo lliouilus" fair,
May their lives hu long and lu-o fiom sin,
And may they nlways havo plenty of Un.
WHITMOVi:il.-On Kalurday evening, April
iTiui, leii, jir. joim wiiiiiuuyer, oi i-iuu. lowu
ship, nued ubout 70 years
Wheat per bushel,,...., m tl!kii
Hye " t (xi
Corn " 75
Outu. " tu
Flour per Imrrel i ., But
Clover see il H Q ikj
KlasKCtid l 60
HuLUr 4 ii't
Till low , iu
J 'ota toe - , in)
Dried Apple H 1U
HlUen atidHhouliIern .,.. S
J Jit U per pound , ,mM , lti
J lay ir tun N 10 uu
Ilecelpts for Subscription to tlio "Coliini
blnii," for April, 1871.
M A Amtncrman
11 nan Mrlltl.lo
John II. Klniltst
H M (leatlmH
J Michael (Ecklcj;)
W Jl Jncoby
Jonlnh II, 1'rllx
MM rusnn uuinuu
J r Drink
John A Ftintlnii
A H rutntotl ,
1! U'lKl'Nhtfo .
1 d'1 It rcmlih 1 1 cm
fll (Icoreo Monro
M IK II (ilnulo
1 (IN Itnnlpl V.arr
2 ( lvicr Wcrkliolscrtrz
1 Co lm lirown 111"
2 AM Allen !l
J2i mtatkof John uonisoN,ijrcn.
Letters tentnmentnry on tho cstnto of John
Ilohlson, Into nr Hcolt townnhlp, Columbia co.,
ileeeoHeu, lmvotieen Rrnnteil by tho Hester of
Mild county to Hiulou ItoblRon, and Wllllnin C.
ItobHon. i All jerflon4 linvlng claims nuiilnst
Ihocstfttorire riqueKlcl in present them Uiho
Kxecutors lu Columblu cuunly. Tlioto Indebted
to tlio estnto cither on note, Judgment. inortKngo
or book account will lunku pament lo llio Ilx
rcutors without delay,
May S, 1871.0W. Dxceutors.
Is llCrcbV plvcn f hit. nti 11m "111 It Anv nf Aitfll.
1W, I puri-hnsed at Constable Halo tlio following
described properly, sold s I ho property nr Joseph
Fetter, or Centre lownslilp. Columbia couuly,
nnd which 1 havo loaned li him during my
pleasure, to wit j Horses, catlle, wngons, plows,
harrows nnd nil farming utensils on tlio farm
where ho resides, nnd nil I ho household furnlturo
In the houso occupied by him. Also, his shard of
Knm Ju mu Kroulul u() ul0 jiemicr i.irm. Ail
persons nro notnied Hint said property now
belongs to me,
mnyS,';l-at JOSUI'H I'OUC.
Jl riLLINEIlY and TANOY GOODS,
MISS 11:4 ItAIlMAN
Havo Juit recpWtM n new unit f.whlonalilo
nttortnient of Mllllnc-y niul Ini1liV 1'aucy
Unrx! of Hi o choicest nrnl iwatest Btyle und
pnttcruB. which theyoih-r in customers on tho
inut IIH50IUVUIO icrniH.
uo.vn'ets and ii ats,
lacks and i'lowkiih,
kid AMD Kii).riyi8iii;i)ou)Vi;s,
MILLINIIIIV (IOOD.SIS GEN Kit Alt,
FANCY AUTICLUS hCV.
AND OntEK COLLA1W,
nnd nil oilier pocvU usually kept In a Hrt cla
Millinery estiiblUhtnent, Oil I niul nee, Mnln
Utrect, thrtodoois above Ccntro. inay6'71-3t
"niKHnATmTnnsr," is coming.
The snmnier monthi wilt very soon bo f.ilrly
usheri'il In ltli their RUltrv wpntlier nnd lorn
train of dlf-enscf. it is tho unison vlicu nature
can do llttlo In iecuprnllu our cxlinusted
8trenth, nnd when wo nro required to fortify our
phytdtpuu nynlimt tho tlnnera nrlsln fiom the
unUersnl pievaleney of sickliest, iho only truo
Riiit'iftinru 11 1 1 mi. wiro nun rciiunio ionic ami in
vlKomtor.MlSlIIXU'H IIKUU J1ITTKK8, which
Is indorsed nutl recotuinended bv thu inedlenl
Jaculty nnd by umuimcrt-d thousundi ofpemotis
iu I'very city, iuwii uiiu vitiligo in uiu coiiiiuy,
who hao tested Ur reinodlnl virtues, nnd. bv
tuald, preserved or rccovtred their health, Jt
will nui II v thu lllood niul Necict Ions: euro e.vrrv
form of inrllKestlon, nnd nirord lintnedlnto relief
in cwtnoi iOht-mery, Lonc.uijoicm ionjuHuti
uinurcu nuenKes. rroviuu yourheir now natiiM
n time of need. Delnj s nro often dangerous.
A N 11
CONFECTIOX E It Y ,
The understKned, miccessorH of r, WIdiJ'er,
would icspcetlully anuounco that thry liuvo
iukou mo weiiesiuoiiMieu buinu reeeniiy oceu
plel by tho nbovo named. In llloomsburc, nnd
prepnied tocontlouo ths business of innnuDc
WHOLESALU AND IinTAIL,
Confectionery of every Fdlo nnd klud. Also,
they will lmentnll tlmcHii complete RUpply ot
tho betit nnd freshest IJrcnd und Cake. Turtles
deslrlnsnnythl.it; In this line will nn.i It to their
nu van luge to can on us.
AX ICE CREAM SALOOX
Is Added to the establishment, nnd ladlcn nnd
otlieruuho may patronize ns, may roly upon
upon rtcelvlnc proper attention. A rrnsminble
share orpubllnpatronace is respect fully solieltM.
Haspbcrry. Lemon, and other tyrups In Jaige
UliU BU1H11 UUaUUUt'9. TiIIM4tUVlV (111 11HI111.
DKCKKU A hTiXKEIj.
IU'HAX'S COUKT SALE
OF VALUABLE KLVL ESTATE.
ho sold at pnblje vendue, on the premises,
by virtue of an order of the orphans' Court of
uoiunioia ro..ou t rmay luojin hay oi .nny, iii
nt 11 o'clock in tho forenon. the fiillowlnsr des
cribed property to vit : ThetqualundlvldeJ one
TRACT OF WOODbAXD,
sttunte In CatawNsa township, Columbia county,
Tj.( bounded nnd described as follows, U
Kluningntn white oak stump, a corner of land
of Joseph llrelsh, and running thence by same
nnd lanl of tioorue (Jon-man south nity-lour
nnd thrtcnunrtpr ilfrt r, ct ant hn nil red nnJ
thirty iercl:cs to n stone, thence by land of
j.uuuewi iteixuracu lanuo ji.peeiwig souiu
lorty-no nnd n rjuarter decrees east eighty per
ches to n post, thence by lands belonging to the
helrnof Wlltlam ItavKon, deceased, north lorty
lour nu d lhreeuaricrtlepices east one hundred
nud thlity pcicbes ton post, In line ol land or
Joseph llieihh, thcueo by tho said laud notth
loity-tlve nnd three-fjuarter dej;r-ea west eighty
pen lies to the place oi hcglnuluif, eoiiUlulni;
strict measure; lalo tl.o cstnta of Martin Jlill
mver, ritccpst d,
Tho loreiroina Irnct of lind l-well timbered
with tbobtt quality orWIUTK OAK 'ilMlllIU.
ThW land lies within a nilla and n quarter oi
the town of CatawKsa, und U theicfoio conven
ient to tho railroad.
Tirmiiiiud (ondltlonn mndn Itimwn nn ilnv
ofsale. TIITKH HILl.MYlMt,
-ii a it v jumjMyi:ic,
Mny5, IS7J, Adtulnlstratorh,
lVNoiiotis JU'd UI lies.
The theory that tho vlius ol dlseaso can bo
safely counteracted by doses of poison, Is faUo
und daugeious. Within tho last twenty-five
j curs, not letH tunn n score of virulent poisons
have been ndded to tho posltory of tho medical
profession, Thcynro Riven l small doses, ntlicr
visa they would destroy llfo Immediately; but
even In minuto quantities, they produce, uttt-
matcly, very disastrous effects. It Is uuwiso nnd
tinphllofcophlcal to employ, ns remedies, power
ful nnd Insidious drugs, which, In etibjugaUuK
ono disease, sow tho seeds of another still moro
unmnnaa cable, Nonoof theso terrlblo medica
ments operates with ns inueii directness nnJ
certainty upon the causes of disoasens llostettcr'a
Stomach Hitters, a. tonic nnd corrective, wlthtut a
tntjtctlclctcrioulnrciUciit in its composition. Arse
nic und (iulnliiuro given for intermlttentsj bro
mide of potassium for nervous disorders; strych
nlno nnd prusslcncld for general debility; mercu
ry, In vnrlous forms, for liver complaint; prepa
mtlonsofcUloroformnndoplum for sleeplessness;
nutl yet theso deadly drugs do not compare, as
specifics for tho diseases ubovo enumerated, with
Ihntwholesomo vegetablo lnvlgorutorand nltera-
tlve, whllo they nro nil bo pernicious that It Is
astonishing nny physician should tako tho re
sponsibility of prescribing them. Let lnvnlldst
for their own takes, try tno Hitters beforo they
esort to tho poisons, Tho relief they will ex
perience from a courso of tho harmless specific,
will render a leeourholo tho uusafi) preparations
referred to, quite unnecessary,
) U R Ij I C HAL E
VALUABLE PERSONAL ritOPEUTV.
Thero will be exnosed to mibllo sale, at tho Into
residence nl Jacob Kostcuhauder, ilceeased, In
I-nullum lOwnsiiip, l otuinimi coiiiuy, i n,, ou
TIlKWllAYnml W KDNlLHllAY. MliV Idllinnd l.tli
is7l. nt u o'clock In tho forenoon, tho lolluwinu
property to wit!
SEVEX IIORSE3 AND OXE COLT,
FIVE MILCU COWH, TOUIUIEAD OF YOUNO
II HEAD OF FAT REEF STEERS,
thlrtv-elaht sheep, two breeding sows nnd pigs,
six shouts, ono two-horse wagon, (Iron axle.) ono
other two-Uorso wngou, ouu lour hoiso wni;on,
two buggies, two lMib'Sleds, ono sleigh, ono four
horse lour power threshing muchlnu, ouabain
anil, liny coin sueuer, nny iuri(,roiu himi puuey,
one lluffteyn Keuiw-r und Mimer, one Keyslono
Cider Mill, hny lake, tunning milt, threo Iron
imam rtlows. u lot of other idows. harness, corn
plow, eultlvntois, six SLts heavy harness, four
KPts litrht harness, lluht hat in ss. Jlv nets, chains.
forks, shovejH, uml r tikes, with n lure vnrltly ol
farm lng Implements too uumerous to mention.
Also, u lot of lumber sueh us bond, scanning,
oak und pine plank, shingles, lUUtnad sills,
13,000 FEET DRY RiXE ROARUS,
two thousand feet of pnnel stun", frnmo timber.
uiwv Iocs, u lot o! timber on tho stuiun. Con land
sold toHolomon Arth-y.) also on Jot known as
tho J nonius ncnooi iiouso ioi." Also i ioi oi
lllackf nmu h iooik, ono uoring mucuiue, mun
hum, shoulder und sldonuut, lard, tallow, four
buru-ls of Vlnugur,
1C0 RUSHES OF WHEAT,
two hundred nnd fifty bushels of corn, one hun
dred uud tweuty-llvobushelsof oats, lot of clover
seed, potatoes by tho bushel, hay by the ton, und
six swauau of bees. Also, household uud kitchen
furniture, such us
11ED8. 11EDDINO, TAI1LES, CIIAIUS,
stands, ttovas nud pipe, mroit tubs, barrels, with
a variety of nrllcles too tedious to mention.
M iT" UOU unions win no miuiu kmdwii ini our oi
Eulu, O. D. L. ICOHTENUAUDElt,
Franklin twp.,May G,lt71. Administrators,
Wo now havo Iho finest nforl ir.cn t of HLANIC
Dl'IKDH on hunil uml for hnlo 1 hut wero ever kept
In iiloonikburir. I.urKu lo nn bitt lmreliment
puptr. Coiuinon iH-eilH, Kxecnlor'Hanu Admin)..
Irutor h lieetlt. hiimll bUo good iiujier (cbeup),
Common leiil. Ac,
QKCONI) ANNUAIi 8TATKMi:NT
VJOV CONVNdHAM ANIinUNTIlAl.IA l'OOU
IlIMTIUUT. l'OH Till! YIIAH UNDINd Al'llll.
ldtli l7l. William (loonuAM, Treasurer, In c
count with imjil Ulslrlcl.
To nmount received Irora dupllcato of
Tn nmount recelveil fromuupncnloof
To nmount from Comity Treasury for
unseated land taxes
To nmount received Irom Ornnzo Toor
To nmount rocelved from Coal Toor
Totot.il amount received from sales of
farm produce ilurlnu tho year
lly nmount of orders redeemed during
lly nmount of Treasurers commission
inereon w iwo percent,
lly nmount of balnnco lu Treasury
On exnmlHatton ol Iho foregoing account of
William uoooman, Trcasureroi tjoiiyngunm nun
t'eiilralln Door District, wo Hud It correct,
MA11TIN I'l.ANIOAX. "
ANIlIll;W HUUNKY, I
lll III Wrtlll. I
T1IOMAH .MUltl'llY, J
April Mill, 1WI.
Dinwrrnim op thk l'onu is account
Wlrlt L'O.SYNflllAM All!) CKNTllAI.IA
To nmonnt Irom dupllcniOH
" " " oilier honrcR)
f il.lll (il
:i,l II 11
lly nm't paid dcbl of Inst yenr lo Messrs
(looduun nnd Thornton
lly nm't paid of last years salary duo
J. II. Long, steward
lly nm't paid lawyer's feos duo slnco
By nm't paid bnlaneo In lull of bond,
with luterest for bulldllltf nddltion
lly nm't paid Martin Monnglinn for out
door rellol In Imh
lly nm't paid dibt of 1S87 to township
lly nm't paid Installment nn rum
' " " forr.muworUuudcoHlns
Ilynm'tpatd f.irmlug utensils, furni
ture, stock and repairing ou ring year
lly nm't paid lo Asylum for lusnno
lly nm't paid for medical, fees nud
lly ain't paid for Insurance
lly nm't paid for mippirt of rnupers,
work on nutl merclmut'H bills
lly nmount paid other miscellaneous
exp.nf.es lucurred during tho year
lly amount paid TrinMircrs eoiumls
sion fi2 per cent on ttl,ltM.b7 pild out
lly nm't oi balance du rrum 1 rcasurer
niiAi, ustatu with ui:ci:nt uiritovi:-
l'arm and buildings vnluc
- Hopnirs III llllllllllliy
' llouseboid fiirultuio
1 liny, grain nud straw
' lloues nnd cit'.lo
' 7arrcs of wheat nnd 1 ryo In ground
1 llalnncu duo from 'ircUMirer
Uy iialanco dun on farpi bonds
" " lu favor ou'istrlH
tl 1S13 73
l'llODUCTd Ol' I'AltM IN 170. '
1", tons nf liny SH.nl $370 00
I'SbusliclsoIwlienlMSI.IO 1S7 'Jl
170 " " oats a oo cent loi (A
irrj " corn oars 00 ccnta l!7f0
70 " ' rvo rajl.li) HW
'J-JS " " tiotntoes t$ 7i cents 171 no
loads of corn fodder (4 SM 81 (il
8-W gjs or norli (a 13 conlH IillH'l
000 heads of eabbago to 0 eontl 31 00
llutler. ecus and veiretnblen ll-i 10
J.lvo stock raised no on
li buthel of clover seed 3 to
No. of paupers now In Poor IIouso 11
" " ndtultteddurlujcar 11
., porn " ' I
., ,uKl ,, ,. i
WILLIAM HN YDI'U, 1 Directors
l'ATKICIv lUIlllCli r of
WILLIAM OOOD.M AN, j Iwr.
Atttii C. O. Mrmi'iiv, Clerk.
April lutll, IsTl. It
JllY GOODS QUOTATIONS.
connmnsD weekly jiv
ir. P. LUTZ.
Inch Appltton "A," per yard
by the bolt
AuFnRta"A," per yard
" ' by the bolt,...,
" AtftiniT,' per yard
" by top twit
M Exeter,1 per yard ,
' " t'.v the bolt ,
" AnRtKta "A," per yard
l'epperell "ll, per yard
" l v tlio UiH
Tcnot "V," per 5 ard
Monadnoclc er y ard. .1.1"'.,
Inch Gold coin. per ynrd
Vamtuttn. ir yard
by the lxlt...
" Frnlt of the Lstam teryard
" ' " by the boll
" Lonsdale, tm 3 ard
" ' bv the bolt
' Cba 1 man, rx a rd
" by tbo IkjU
" Itoebdale, per yard
" lttd llanJt, per jard
" Urtf n Mn 't. Co. "U,' per yanl..
'' llntnlltnu 'A," ptryaid
" llotB. llln. i irml
" l'.tn,t 'X,' per jard
" In nit ol tho 1, onin, jicr ya.d
" MouadiioeU, pt r r.d
l'equot, per jiud
Cluck KblrthiKS iorm
"fl Inch Mlundialia
" " Coiiehtnca
Hi " AVlro TwIil
Hi " inu-KHMl"
11 " InhltsU Valley "II,"
I'll I NTH,
Hhlrtlnt; and Mournlnp :
Cocboe, Merrimack nnd hpniKUP
Atnerle'au, ltlcbmond nnd Manchester ,
1'lnkH nnd I'urples
(Inrners, Amoskeaunnd Arnold
Deinlnos ijij r, pt C0raC3
Lawn n',i, 1 In, 31 13) ta
1'lnk, llluouiiil liutl l-'iench Lawn 40
Hull ChlueioUrasHetotli i',
Hull Linens tor Hulls 33X1
Marl Wnli l'npllus 1H
l'llllmlelpblil 1'oplliiH, nil coliils !W
Hi d Lion Hindi Alpseaslli, 15, BO, 00, 75, 00 (a, 51.00
Ciilortd Wilt Htrlpo Urenadlnes............ ifi
Alexander Kid UlnviM l.'-"i
" " " two bullous 1.73
Hoballnd M y j."i
Sultaun (stllptd and plain contre.) 3 7.1
Hlstorl " y.7J
Hero .. 8,7.1
Printed Imitation Paisley I.MI
l'alsley (red and black renins,) Js.llOlii SIO.IH
Hlack Luce i..u to S
l'rlntcd 1'erenie 73, 81.230 I1.W)
Hlmililer Kelt '".
10 Hone, Krtiicli wove Corsets
Dlokeus (clotli lined,)
Huby ". ,
Astor ; , ,
Ciuomu " ,
Alexander Kings, whllo nud colored, ao yds,
" ' " " perdu
J. i 1". Coats " 3ooiii.,
" " " nerdnz.
Clark's O. N. T, Machine s (j) to
Adamantluo iMTjinpcr ,
Needle points " "
Hest Needles. " ,
10 piecei 1'Iqucs ,
. 18 to 60
, 40 IO .VI
, IS to GO
. 15 to GO
Mtrlpo und I'luM Cambrics
sj men hoil lliusli
l'lakl uud htrllio Nnltihnolc
. ai to t'.
30 Inch India Jtig cloth
Mult A. LilHulssu
Talletons. wliltonml enlnreil
irisn j.iuen irom 's, u., 40, ai, mi, 73.si.iuc,
Ladles l.lm n Hilk', 8, 10,13, Ij, '-, as, Wi. 33, lo.r.i
dents lieiii'd. " lo.Hi, 30. 35. 40, Oi, uud l-
Llueu fclilrt IrontsITj, 35, 10, li, 50,6."i,00, luaud 75
Collou Woiu 10
Whllo Trllnmlngs 5 to lu
Napkins, per doz 81,35 to 5.00
'Pablo Linens , l to l.iu
lied HpreaiU 81.75 lo 3.75
NnitliiKlum l.icn l.'niulnuuv-',1, E5, 'W.15, W,
In addition lo tlio above, LUT. lins n full lino
of lilnrk Milks, eoloied r'reuch l'npllus, Hummer
Dress Uoods uud Huiliugs, llosieiy and Ulovetf,
Laeo and Lluen collars and cull., lliiibucllns,
1'urakols, Pans, Hoop hklits, Ae.. which would I.
illlllcult to glvo Din price oMistlioussorlmentlu
extenslvo. M. I". LU'l, Illoouisburir, Pa.
lullrower's lllock.uext to tho Court House,
apr 31'71 if
rjpiIK OLD ICSTAuLlSllKU
r v n x 1 t u it 13
and IllIDDINO WAIir.HOOMHofH, It. I.UWIS,
ijrieai lll.uillKU unu JlATlllKSSIW, vnrlous
every wi"''" Auc"ou l""'1"! CAHl'LTH,
Come nnd see and bo convinced. You will snvo
i'lseUwu'erey 8 U C"U ljel0,u i,urt'1'"lS
a TT t T IMirni
No, 1130 nud 1131 Market Hired, riiiUoLU-i'iiA,
4eii uoor 10 comer or fifteenth Blrett.
mar.. 71 om.
LIST OK DKAIiKHB
1 hereby certiry Hint Iho following llsl of deal
ers Inlteu, returned nnd classified by mo, In nc
enrdnnen with the several nets of Assembly, lu
nnd for tho county of Columbia, for Iho year ono
thousand eight hundred nnd seventy.one, Is
correct to tlio best of my knowlcJgo nnd belief.
H. 11, Miller A Hon,
A, J. llvnus,
Itnnynn A Warden,
.1, II, Mais'!,
Miss A. D. Webb,
A, M. Kllperl.
I, . I'.Whnry,
.1. K. l:jir,
(1, W. I'oriell,
I 7 I"'
Con feel loncry
'Iln A Moves
Tin & Moves
u i j.uir,
I. W, llitrtmnn,
D. A. Iicckley,
II, .1, Chirk,
W. I', lless,
I'uxtou ,V HariiDU,
lllnomsburg Iron Co,
O. A. Janitor.
4 1 0
llendeihiiottit: Mason Dealers In Co.ll
C. It. Houscl, Orocery
C, V. Ncul & Uro, Dealers In Co il
J. 1'. l'rcy.
W, K, LongeubcTcr,
Thomas & Jano,
Tin & Woven
1. A ll.II. 1 lower,
Miller, Hughs & Co,
J. 11. Dodion,
Mill Hell Ilertram,
.laeksou A Wooden,
.1. II. Jncoby,
II. M. llockman,
I), A. Hllcklnguam,
tlrv (JrindSttc. 11
Mrs. A. W. llaton,
dames 1', l'rensc,
II. C. l-'rense,
Wm. L. r rcase,
Colo ,v Thomas,
.1. M. Hmltli,
L John ,v Hon
llnrlmnu ,t cleaver,
.0. .0. iiniiisi.
Weaver. i Iteichcldcrferdroccry
mil.,,.. ., i.'i,..n -
(lllbert A Kline,
I-'lniir .t lYod
W, II. Orange,
J, 11. Hbarpless.t rsou
Thomas II. Harder,
II. W. M. O. L. Low, Htoro
Jesse iiilks, "
(1. H. Fowler A Ron "
Wldmlro AKrwtne, "
W. 1). Melllck,
U. II. Millard,
I. 11. lxlgar A Co.
A, H. l-'ortner,
II. C Hlack,
J. J. Hoaglaud,
Klour J: lf d
Mcndenhall & Bro. M lilers
D. A M. M'llenry, Htoro
J, F. M'llenry,
11. M. Howell, "
Hwazy A Kramer, "
J, M, Ammermau. "
Holomon Huss, "
f. J. V. 1'. M'lleury, Millers
Wm. V.yer A Hon
A. 1'. Hi Her A Co,
. .t J. J.elily,
Kilts lles.t llros, "
S'm. Masters, "
Mrs. llnnnah Henry, "
1'. D. Hlack,
HJgart a Kramer, "
James V, Win-on, "
jii:mi.oci: towns 11 1 1.
Jacob Harris, Htoro
M.U..I w.il.hhoemaker, "
Win. KII110. Miller
7 If 1
J0I111 a U. M. l!'.ngle,
J. II. Vnstlne,
uuiiries I't iiellliuu
Voclllil . Co,
llellty liable, Hr,
l.'llupb, II .1 i'o,
J. 11, 1. linger,
J. H. Creasy. htoro
Creasy a IJuiwil, " .
A. II. Ileltler, "
A. J. Hvrulug.r, Cabinet
1 1 no
1'. It. Mnrgeruiu,
A. J. Ammerman,
I'.iMon a llaiuiuu,
llarlou ,t Co,
MOUNT PLEASANT T11WSSH II'.
J. II. Kntid?, hloro
Mis. JI. A. Wntson
11. K. Moan,
11. .1. Hower,
A, II. Hlewail,
K. 11. Johnson,
Havngo a Keller,
hlultll .t Urn,
Hobhma ai Low,
1 1 Ml
Tin .1 Moves
II. W. Lyons, Htoro
r.wen Clielllngtou, Hloro
J. 11. Kllliger.
A. 11. Willie,
D. A. Cri asy,
Hauiuei A. Woiinitn,
C, H. i-'owln-,
.1. D. Workhelser.
Tin & Moves
(i.M.Haker, (Iroctiy 11 7 CO
O, W, Cievellng, Htoro 11 l. 50
Ail nelsons svlio lunv feel ngurlevid bv Iho
nbovo (l.issltlcuttou can have 1111 opportunity of
upiieaiiug.oy t-iiiiuiK upon 1110 iiniiersigiieu at ins
le-meii. e, in i' isiiiiihl, , .-u ,,m,,Biiiii, m uui iiiu,,
null I Mm, '..'.lli. 1K7I. ut Wlilcb tln, ii, iirmenl
will 00 nem ut inu iuuri iiuusn 111 iiio.ifnsuurg.
U111 SUl llll,
Htlllwnler, April IS7I.
L O 15 K MUTUAL
LIFK IN8U11AKC13 COMPANY
I'liuy rieemau; 1'itsldcnt, II, c, 1'ru uinn, bec
Cash capltul over jij.ooo.ooo, all paid.
J. 15. ItOIUBON, ULOOJlSIiURU, 1'A
For Luzerne, Lycoming nnd Columbia
w. 11. imowx,
Coicr of Main nnd Iron Htrojts,
l'OIl A l'INF, AHhOHTMIJNT OF
1'OIIKION AND DOMIXl'lO I'ltUlT,
with a variety of nil kinds of
Also n Fine Assortment of
(IUi:i;ns-waiu:. wood a wiu-ovwaui:.
llehtllrlKlit Golden Drliis MvrupMolaKxes nt ho
eeutH per enlloii. JtIO COKKK1J at o cents
per pound. Wnllo hnnar at 1 1 ceuU.nud
Jliuwn Huar nt 10 cent pur pound. ,
iT'IO Fl!tlIhlPi..-Country I'rodueo talten In
cxtliant5o tur (Jroccrles. CI lld for lluttor
und it'Ki. IapriiJ7Min.
h'eaUy executed nt thU Offlce,
DH. RtMIKNCIC ADVJHKS CON.
Htt.MlTIVl TO OO TO 1-XOIttDA IN
llavlnttror tliolat tlilrtyflvo yearn devoted
my wholo tlmo nnd attention to tho Mudy of ff
luintdlncnftM nnd consumption, 1 feel thnt I un.
dcrntnml fully the courso that outfht to punned
torestoro a lolcrnbly bad cann nf Ulnomcd Itmi
tolieallhy noundncM, Tho llrxt nnd luot lm
porta II l Rirpimor IllO piuinimi ilium uu(in
cold, nnd tho beit of nit place on Hit continent
tor mm puritoo in wiuu.r, m inmaii, wvii oown
In the Btnte, where tho temperaturo WrtKiilar,
k ud not subject lo mich vnrlnttutifi ns In more
Northern latitude, l'nhilkn Uiibolntlcnn m.
commend. A pood hotel 1 kept there by lvtcr
man. hnni winter 1 Raw overal pel tun tlipro
whoto lungs Imd been badly disowned, but wiin,
under thotieallntt lutluenco of tho climato niul
my mcuieme wero kihhk v1" .
ono hundred intlcn furlbpr down t lver U a
point which I would prerer to IMlntka, n tho
temperaturo Is more even nnd thonlrdry and
bracllitf. Mcllonvlllonud Knterprlaonro loenttd
Iticro. 1 BIIUUIU K' ueviuci iiiiiuiiihd m
and It cem alinont lmpolblo In talto vuu
thero. Tho lablei In l'lorlda mUht bo belter,
nnd patients complain nt timet but thnt Ha if A
man. ns It Indicates n return of npnetlto, niul
when this In tlio cmu thoy Keiierully incrta'io lu
Uenli, nnd thou tho lungs must heal.
Jacksonville, lllhernIa,Ureeu Cove, and tnativ
other places lu various parts of Florida, cau b
surely recommended to consumptives lu white ,
Jiy rcaoin lornaj'iiiu nu uiv unit jnniviiiiiuu
lehH liable to take e-oLJ thero than whero thero t
nlcss even temperaturo, nnd It Is not necensary
totsay that whero a consumntlvo ieron expo.
litmNelf to freipucul colds ho Is certain to dlu
short I j'. Therefore mynjlvlco is, go welluown
Into tho Btato out of tno reach of pervading e.mt
winds and fogs. Jncksonvllle, or nliu-m nny
other of the localities I havo named, will lit ne
lit thoso who are troubled with u torpid liver, a
dtsorderod stotnacli, deranged bowels, n ir
thioat or cough, but for those whoso lungs u .
dnen hod a moro louthcrn point Is earnestly rj
For lirieen years prior tolWM wasprortf a
ally lu Now Vork, Itoslon, lUlllmore nnd l'hiln.
delphla every week, whero I aw nnd ex.imiu d
on unnve-ao live hundred pitlcnts n Week. A
practice no extensive, eiiiuniciim every iiumih
nhaonnf luiiirdtscaAo. has ciublol mo tounder
Htandtho disease rully. nud honce, my c.uu m
lu regard lo tnklnscold. A iersou may tau.i
Vrtstquaultllesor "rtchenck's Pulmonic Hj nip,
Hcawit'd Tonlo nnd Mandrake riUH,"utid Jet
dlo If ho doss not avoid taking cold.
In 1 Joriita, nearly ovoryoouy is using neuencie s
Mundrako l'llls, for tho ellmntu Is more llkel) to
inx'uco uiuouf uauus in in moro noriuern i.m
ihIm. It 14 ii well established f.ict that nati s
ot l'lotlda tarely die of consumption, espu'ui v
LUOiO oi i uu Hotuiierii i;iru vu ino uuiir ii:iui,
In New i;hl.uid, ort'thlrd,nt Ie.ist,or ths porm
latino dlo of this terrtblo illtcite. InthoAI iil.t
HUtcs It does not prevail no largely tttlll ti a
aro many thousands of eases theie. Wi.. as ,t
iieiceutugQ of ino would no savcii ir cor.s Jtup
lives weions euilly nlnrmed In regard to tnkin
iresu cuui us iney uru noouv xcariei. iwur, ui..a
po,.tc. Hut they nro not. They tako what i iey
term n llttlo cold, which they nro crcdulMH
enough lo believe will wear oil' in nfew Uujm,
They pay no ntteutlo'i to It, and henco ttlujt
tho foundation for another and nuother ktni,
until the lungs aro diseased beyond nil hope lor
UMy ndvlco to persons whoso lungs nro ntTecl- 1
oven unfitly Is, to lay In a .slock ofHclteneKs
Pulmonlo Hyrup, Hchetfck's Huaweetd Tonlo uud
Hchenck'H Mandrako Fills und go to Florida. 1
.ccoinmend these particular medicines beesu
1 nm thoroughly acquainted with their nr-tioa,
I Luowtlmt whero they aroused in strict net r i
aucewlthmy directions they will ilo the wiun
Hint Is rcqulicd. This accompllbhed, nature w ,A
do tho rest, "Iho physician who prescrlbt-s lor
cold, cough or nlfthl-KWeau, and then ndv. v
thupitlent to walk or rldo out every day, will
bo sure to havo u corpse on his hands before
' My ltft 1" to Blvo my threo medicines. In n
cordauco wjtli tho printed directions, except In
nomo cases whoro u Heer uso of tho Mandruke
Fills Is neec-jfiary. My ohject Is to give tone to
tho stomach to get up n good nppetlte. It Is nl
ways a good hUu whciin pnlleut begins tog. uw
hungry. I havohupos of such. With n rellnu tut
loud and tho gratltleatlou of that rcllih i-oiiH t
Kood bloo-l, nud with il moro llesh, whlc'i i
closely followed by a heallug of the lungs, 'ihtn
the cough loosens und abates, tho creeping chip
nud clammy ulght-swents no longer proshnl
and nnnoy, nnd tho natlcut gets well, pro Ided
bo uvoldH taking rotd. ,
Now thero uro many consumptives who Imu
not tho means to co to Florida. Tho question
maybe allied, la thcro no hojo for tuch? (.r.
talulythero Is. Myadvlcolo tuchls.nnd eec
has hecu, to Ktay lu it warm room during tat
winter, with ti temperaturo of nbout seventy d
gtees, which hhoufd bo kept regularly nt thai
point, by means of n thermometer, Let Midi a
patient tako his excrclso within tho limits of thu
room by walking up und uowuns much an hu
Htrcnglh will permit, in order to keep up a
healthy circulation ot tho blood. I havueurtd
thousands by this system, nnd enn do ho ngalu.
Consumidlou Is as easily eured as nny other dm
tuse If tt is taken lu time, and tho proper kind
of treatment Is pursued, Tlio fact ktnuds undtf
puled ou record that He he nek's Pulmonic hyrup.
.Mandrake Fills, nud Keaweed Tonic hnvo cutul
ery many of what seemeil to bo hopeless c i- -of
eousumpllou. Oo where ou will, 'jott wlli to
almost certain to llnd home poor ronsuuiptne
who has been rescued from Uiu vey Jawaol ileutii
by their use.
t larns tho Mandrako F11I3 nro concerned,
everybody should keep a supply of them ou
hand. They net on ttie liver belter than calomel
and fiave none of its hurtful etleclu behind In
r.ict they nre excellent In all casuM wheiuu pur
gative incdlclnoli required. I f you havo par
taken too treely or liultuud dhirrluenemues u
dohuot the Mnndrnkes will euro yeii, Ifjnmtu
subje-ct to sick headache, bike u done of the Man
drakes and they will relieve you lu two lmun.
If you would obvlato tho eth-ctofn change !
water, or ttiotoo free Indulgence In fruit, i.dt
one or tho Mandrakes every night or every oi i r
night, nud you may theu drink water unm.u
vvatetmulous, puaM, apples, plums, peaehei ui
eom, without iherlsk.4)t belug made slcir li
th m. Ttiey will protict thoso Mho ltvo lu damp
situations against chills andfevctn. Try tin. m
'Ihey nro perteclly harmless. They can do .i
i havo nbaudnned my professional visits to lio
tou nud Nuw York, but continue to seo patit-ni 4
utiny otllce.No liN.KIXfll street, 1'hlImU 1
phla, every H.iturday, from u A, M. to3 F. M.
Tho.e who wish 11 thorough examination wn 1
thu ltesjdroiugter will be charged llo dob i.
The ltu3plromutcr ileclnrcs the exact coudhi
of tho lunss, und patleuls can readily i 1 u
whether they nio curnbloor not. Ilutldetlr it
distinctly uudcrstnud that tho value ot m
mcdtclues depends entirely upon their be.u'i
taken htiictly accoidlug to dlreetlons.
Jn conclusion, I will n.iy that when per- ms
takemy medicines and IhulrsyHteinsaie brou . u
Inton healthy condition thereby, they aru tint
so liable to tako cold, ji t no one with dheam d
lungs can bear a sudden change of utinospii u
without tho llnbillty of (jroater or less lirltution
jf the bronchial tuos.
Full tUrectlons lu all languages nccompui
my medicines, so explicit und clear tint m
duo r.tu use them w Ithout consuttlus me, toil
eau be buiiifht irom any druggist.
.1. II. bCHUN'Clv.M, 1
No. 13 N Sixrit Hlrcet, Fhlludolplna.
QUICK BAI.M ANti HSrAI.b 1'ROriTS.
OAVIi 1UUI. AlU.'iJ'.Ii
V.al Itlnomsbnrg, Fa., ior nil kinds of the ui -d
home uud city mado
KUHK1T U 11 K.
Trices reasonable nud tho best work done,
Jan 1'71-tf 1
"A7ANTEI) Accnts mid PciIdJcrr, to
IT sell a thoroughly good domestlo uriiclo,
wanted in every family. No competlMon. 1 -eluslve
territory given, Iluslness ery pleohatii
Age-ulshnw) solit ;i doen, nm ing $Ju proiit po
tlay. Ono sold Hjo lu u small town, uuotlur lc
In live towns, another 31 Jnenllhigon SI lamiiu.
Outfit SI. No elnuger of lmpo.sltlou. Ilest 01
lelereuco given. Mend for circular lo 1D2 Wnsh
lngton stteet, lloslou, Mnss,
ni rT.'Tl-lteow LllTIXFJIXD fc DAMF.
AIL 110AU 3IKKTINO !
i lieio will bo n nubile Hall Itond M rot inn held at
IlilN'JUN, Columbia county, on tho Fourtlula
otJday, 1)7I. All Irlends of the enlerprlo me
i e que sled to bo lu attendance, ns business of Im
portance to the Interest ol the road will be tinm
ucud. It Is necessary that there should benlull
turnout of the people lull rested In t he welfare ot
the loud. All eome. Able sptnkers will add-ess
the meeting. Inpr'JvTl.
TYT AG AINKS, DAI LY & WKEKh Y
llX FAFF1W OF ALIj KINJ.H
AT THU 1100IC ST0IIK Ol'l'OSITlCTJin COUJlTlIOl'SK.
Also nn assortment nf Port cm on miles, F.inh
Itooks and Account Hooks, constantly on hand.
Hooks not on hand obtained on short notice,
New Hooks are constantly being uddi'd to tlio
" lllooinsbnrg circulating Jabrnry." Among tin
latest aro "(lutlt und Innocence," "Motherlts, '
"Hr Harry," Hot Hpur of ilumblethwatt," and
Metquem," etc. nprlW.'il li
N'OTIf'll Is lien liv clvrnliv tlinlTnintiits.lniirrs
of Iho llutiioclc's Ciuek nnd Muncy Hnllroiul,
tliat books will hooin'iicillor n'celvlnsuh.scrl.
Hon lo tho fiiiiitnl storic or tho snhl company, nt
tlio pul)llalioiisoof.loilN Koons, 111 I ho liorouijll
ot Now L'oliiinlnis, l.uzcruo couuly, l'jou Moii
Ufty, .Mnyirj.1, isti.i ho kept open thrco dnys In
Slid ChSloll flOlU U O'C'lOCiCU. 10., tOll O'clOClC H, 111,,
of mcii day, .ionah iiorv,
W.M. H. ilONllOi:,
TVJjW OltOAN AND 1'IANO
OKIIANS A 1IAX01 l'OB BAI.D US INSTAILMI'.NTS.
rinirs Irom nil first.clnss makers, from JJaOlo
f Ui. orii ins Irom HD to (lit). A splrmlKI Urumi
finchivc,2 set rccils, uuii licmwln witli jianclcil
llluck Wnliuit Case, only $1'J5,W. Hliifio i.eel,
siimocaso usuliovo, tftou. I hnvo liiuilo ul rnui;e
mollis to luno Iholutost niiislo on liaiul ns hkjii
us iHibllslinl. 'IV.icliers supplied nl rcgulnr ills
lount, Wuicrooms, Main sir"', luyr MirltB
Hotel. If. I. W.N1M-S.
niumsoi'iiY of JiAUHiAaio.-
ihorciinn Poij itchiilonnil Anutomlc.it Musctuu
ll I'l citiiiit W.. ll"tu ll"ur" "1,uv0 Twcllth,
I'hlliiUeliihlii. cnihrnclns tho subjects! How to
l.lvo nmV viist lo l.I lort Vouth, Mnturily
nud (lid Abo ; Muuliood (li-lieiiilly Ucvlcwcd;
Tliei'iiiisool liullttstloh j l'lutulciico uml nirv
ous Discuses nciountcd lori Murrlago 1'Ullo
sonlilciilly cousldcrcd. Theso loctuics will bo
foi winded on receiptor .5 cents hy addressing!
1'ierotnry of Ihe reiinsylvanla 1'olyteciiniu
SNII AN ATOM! OA I, MUSLIIM. l."A UllCSlUUl nl..
ENT1S T 11 Y .
II, C, HOWEJl, PUNT1BT,
ili'spectfully offers his professional services 10
tho ladies und umitleniou of llliioiiisburif and vl
clnlly. Ho Is prepared to attend toiiiiino van .
ous operations lu tlio lino of tils profession, and
Is provldid with tho latest Improved 1'oucki.ain
Tuna which will ho Uisorted ou Kold platlui!
silver and rubber bnso lo look as well as Clio uai;
ural teeth. Tcolli oilructiJtt by ail the now ami
most approved methods, anil all operations un
tlio teeth carefullyaml propoily attended to.
Itesldcuce aud otllco tt fow doors aJiovo the
Court House, snmo side.
litoouisuurv,, Jau.i ii ij