The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, August 23, 1872, Image 3
THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. Hie Columbian, I'ulay, August 23, PRANK COOLEY, A' DISTANT EDITOR. F.nllro.td Tlmo Table. I U U HV- ANNA A IlLCOMSDUIta 11. It, North. Houth. (1:82 A. HI. 4:57 rut, cniimidai.im -tMUA.M. 11:1131' M, prcM KM) P.M. l):33A.Mi I ATAW1BHA U. it. I-'IIOM UuTI'TtT STATION, mm Hoii i. Holng South- 11, liillA.M t .nriAT, St.vr.iiAr. communication Imvo been tlttt rni,n tit (lliwilLU unci mm w-iv, -i.iii.-jr win lu colvo duo attention. A LITTLE KOll Of JoromlttU IIC33 Of East lilt. DiunburR, foil from n. trco In llrtulorsltoU's grovo on Saturday last null bral'o hw leg. 'I'm: public schools of tho town of Woonnburft, will opon on Monday tho Hit of Hoptembor for a torm of six months. "Montour County has Instructed her (Ion fereei for Thomas Chalfunt for Stato Hcnnlor unci II. K. Rhodes for Assorn bly. A DiuiiMANT meteor was seen on Tuesday nlitht Inst in tho hcavons. It won vlslblo but n moment as It passod items- hu sky with great rapidity. Wiiknuvi'iui mortgago deed of trust or any Incumbrance) is mado upon in sured property, notlco should bo glvon to tho Company ; othorwlso tho insur ance Is void. At tho Conforcnco held in Wllholm's lintel In Danvlllo, on Wednesday last, Col. John fl, Frcczo and John J. Motz ger wet chosen delegates to tho Con stitutional Convention. Tim D. II.. it W. R. It. Co., havo appealed from tho decision of Judgo Hlwc'll, granllng an injunction to tho N. & V. Hunch It. It., to tho Supremo Court, commencing at Sunbury in Sep tember. Tin: nowly creeled Church of tho Kvangolle.il Association, at Afton, Col umbia Counly, Fa., will bo dedicated to tho worship of Clod, on Sunday, Sept. 1st, 1872, services commencing at 10 o'clock, A. 31. All nro respectfully in vited to attend. Tho Democratic organs complain that President Grant occasionally loaves Washington for relaxation Wwnn Oil hen. No tlioy don't. They conitilai.i that ho only "occasionally" visits Washing ton to attend to public busluc u. Tho Illoonisburg Cot.umiii.vn tho or gan or Senator lluckalcw, refused to hoist tho names of Grcoloy and Brown. "What aro you going to do .iiiout it'.'" Huzlcton Sentinel. Tho above item contains I -a- i sep.ir.tto and distinct falsehoods. W ..it aro you going to do about it? Minutjj holes ofton occur in lead supply pipes, giving pnssagt to fl no Jets of water. They may bo goi, orally clos ed up without sending for a plumber, by placing tho squaro end of a nail on tlioholoand striking it two or llireo light blows with a hammer. Watkk Wouks. around. h.is been broken for tho Danvlllo Water Works, and tho work goes on with energy. Mr. KreBs Informs us that ho expects to havo tho water spouting over town be fore Christmas. For prompt!, oss tho work Is In tho right hands. Indepenr dent. Tar. Fifteenth Annual Session of tho Stale Camp of tho Patriotic Order of Sons of America mot at Wilkes Barro on Tuesday of last weok. Over 300 delegates wero proscnt. Tliero aro nearly 00,000 members of tho organisa tion In this Statu it is said. Wr. aro informed that II. B. Swope, U. S. District Atlomoy, will shortly mako a Grant and Cameron speech in this place. Wo prcsuino invitations to bo present will bo sout to Dr. Walton, Col. Slowart, and other Rovenuo re formers. Thj editor of tho 1-ittston Cornel has been orrcsted Just for dropping a quart or so of Hour paste on nn itinerant organ grlmlor. When wo contrast tho lofty mission of the newspaper with tho In tolerable nuUuucu of organ grinding, wo aro impelled to ask "whether wo are breathing tho puro air of freedom or being strangled with tho fetid br ith of a hellish despotism V" It Is str.ingo tli.it so many persons, thoughtful ami lutclllgont inon amongst them, should disregard ordinary cour. tesy and do vlolcnco to ono of tho ordi nances of tho town by stopping thoir teams on crossings. Thoro Isscarcoly a day in which ono orjinoro occurronco of tills kind cannot bo soon on our Blrools. Don't do It gontlomon j it is neither polltcn or lawful. Some ono having assorted that tho now Academy in Honvlck would not accommodate-" any moro scholars than tho old one, a zealous friond or tho now building writes a iottor to tho Inde pendent nrovlmr bv flcuros that tho us. Bortion Is ttutrnoaud that tho now house has nearly doublo tho capacity of tho Old, Tho bolter heating nrrangemonts, creator couvonlonco and architectural Superiority aro nlso sot forth In glowing xenus. In tho proceedings of tho County Convention in tho Colu.uhian last weok nn orror occurred lu stating tho result of tho voto tor Com mlssloner, tho namo of Abuer Welsh being glvon as having tho majority of mo votes cast. Tho figures then-solves snow tho majority to havo boon given io wiuiam jjawton whoso namo should bo In tho placo of Mr. Welsh's. The campaign lu this County was winy opened on Tuesday night la3t by tho organization of a Buckalow Club nt Light Streot. Ocorgo W. Jacoby was muxan i-rcsment and Isaiah Whlto Sec Kilnry. Tho olectlon of liormaiipnt nfll cers was doforrcd until this (Friday) "ignt, wr. cooloy addressed tho moot ig and tllOSO lirojnnr. nnrnltn,! tl.'nm selvo- as mombora of tho first campaign elublu tho eounty.for tho fight of Octo ber nnd November no.vl. On Thurcdny morning of lost weok six disguised runians wont to tho house of Nowlon Brown at Marcy's Station on tho L. A B. It. It. n short distance abovo Plttslon and after beating Mr. Brown in n torrlblo maunor bound him and his wlfo and robbed tho house Tho robbers obtained '$1,000 in bonds and escaped unmolested, Mn. Nathan Cheasy of Catawissa township was sovoroly injured last week by n liorso which lio was harness- ing. Whilst passing bohlnd tho animal to reach tho harness ho wai kicked lu tlio ahonldor, slmttorlng tho bono and cutting aud bruising tho flosh, This accident will probably provent Mr. Cronsy from nttondlng to business for somo weoks, Titm Now Hall block, lu Osweco. N. Y.. was dostroyod by tiro Wed nesday morning. Tho 103S la not stated. Wo find tho above In tho Mltontan under tho head of "Wit and Humor'' but pationt aud careful reading has failed to muko clear to us whoro tho fun of tho thing llos. I'orhaps thoro was a Orceloy newspaper published In tho building. The Danvlllo Intellgencer in spoak lug of tho now Insano Asylum says tho ranlu buildings and wings aro. noarly completed, and tho rear building, to bo used as a boiler houso, laundry, cook house, bakery, Ac, is approaching com pletion. Tho water and gas works aro being pushod forward with tho greatest posslblo speed and it Is thought that tho Institution will bo ready for tho rccoptlon of patlonts in about thrco months. In tho Columbian of lost week wo gavo tho times at which certain kinds of gamo could bo killed, among thorn pheasants and rabbits. Tho informa tion was obtained from tho Oamo Law of 1SC0, but subsequent examination has shown that tho County of Columbia was oxemptod from tho provisions of this Law. Thocorrcct statement thoro foro is ns follows : rhoasants may bo killed from August 1st to Fobruary 1st and rabbits from October 1st to Fobru ary 1st. I'iiovidunce permitting, a Rushmcot lug will begin on tho ovcnlng of tho 21th of Aug. There will bo proaching on tho ground, on Sunday, tho 25th of Aug., at 10 o'clock, A. M., by Rov. G. W. Itlgon, after that only in tho oven lugs. Itov. Isaiah Batzell from Mount vlllo Pa. and others nro oxpecled to bo present during tho meeting. Tho meet ing will bo hold In Poter Loisonrlng's grovo near Crossroad School House, Northumberland Co., Pa. Sixteen quarts of pure milk aro re quired to mako ono pound of butter, and ten quarts to mako ono pound of chocso. When butter is forty cents ti pound and cliceso cloven cents, ono pound of butter equals in valuo sixteen quarts of milk and returns two and one- half cents per quart to tho dairyman. But ono pouudof chcesofrom ten quarts ol milk only gives him ono nud one eleventh cents per quart for pure milk. IMtODUcu youii Pnooi'. Becklcy, with his usual lack of voracity, repents the staloslanderthat tho "Fishlngcrcek Confederacy" had ono or two pieces of artillery, and that 1,000 men drilled on tho Eautz farm. Every man, woman and child In this County knows this statement to bo falso ; but it, and sim ilar ones aro manufactured for tho pur- poso of being spread abroad. Wo chal lenge him to get a sltiglo decent Repub lican to mako an affidavit ns to tho truth of this charge. In this County many of tho ablest Republicans will voto for Bucknlow as tho best auswer to tho slander. Mn. Ed. Bt.oom, from tho vicinity of Kuob Mountain, visited our town on Tuesday last, with an equipage, if wo may bo allowed to uso tho torm, which was unlquo if not elegant. Tho whoels of his vohlclo wore very small and on framework erected on them was a chair under which wero wooden springs. Tho animal who furnished tho motlvo power for this homo-mado conveyance was a bull, In remarkably good condi tion and of apparently gontlo disposi tion. Mr. Bloom, upon request, mado u short speech in front of tho Court Houso. Wo did not hoar It but It produced much nmusemont In tho crowd of listen ers. Wo understood that both Mr. Bloom and tho bull, wero for Oreo- loy. Bully for tlfom ! The Republican dolegato election In Bloomsburg on Saturday brought to light a formidable resistance to tho domination of tho small clique which has heretofore controlled tho party in this County. In ono ward tho honors only failed to elect thoir delegates by four votos. There Is no doubt of tho oxistouco of a sorlous aud growing ells- nllcctlou lu tho ranks of tho Radicals and Messrs. Knorr, Whltmoyer, Beck- loy and tho rest of tho ofllco holders must look to their laurels or thoy will find themselves ore long in tho minori ty. Theso gontlomon havo rulod tho members of thoir party with a rod of Iron and at last havo rousud tho Indig nation of tho moro thoughtful and onruost to a dogreo that may lead to tho ovcntunl overthrow of tho Admin istration ring, On Monday morning about 2 o'clock us John Webster, Georgo Davis, Alfred Burgh, Tlioma3 Richards, James Dar rah and Jarao3 Brady, wero returning from their work at tho Continental Col lleroy, ownodby Messrs. Gorrell & Au denrold, whilst walking through tho deep cutting on tho Lohlgh Vnlloy Railroad, a llttlo cast ot tho Colliery formorly owned by J. M. Frcck, thoy wore fired at by a party who must havo boon lying lu wait for thorn lu tho brushwood. All oxcopt Wcbstor rau back to tho Colllory and stayod thoro until morning. Ho ran lu tho direction of Ccntralia and was found on tho sldo of tho Railroad In tho morning unnblo to go homo, and lu a critical condition from a number of wounds from shots in tho abdomen and ono in tho breast. Mr. Davis was shot through tho lung and Is dangerously Injured. Of tho others uouo aro sorlous ly hurt, A ball glanced oil' tho buckld on Darrah's bolt and Richards found shoo tacks lodged in his foot, Tho par ty must havo had guns and pistols load cd with balls, largo shot.nnd shoo tacks and from tho location of tho wounds It is thought thoy aimed at tho lighted lamps on tho workmen's heads, being on tho bank ubovothom. Thoos3all outs nrn unknown and still at largo, Tlio Onico Holders' Convention. Tho annual gathorlng of this body of patriots mot nt tho Court Ilousoon last Monday to ratify tho cut nnd dried pro grnmtno laid out by Bcckloy, Knorr & Co. Not half tho county was represent ed nnd out of 2000 voters not 200 attond cd tho delegato elections. Tho delegates wore mainly solf constituted. Among thorn wo noticed U. S. Assessor S Knorr, who was goncrnl manager, as sistcd by tho Itov. l'ostmastor Beckloy. A. Mr. Brown, boh of a postmaster, presided. Abram Itlco, tho Beaver postmaster, was promlnont nnd was ably seconded by Assistant Assessor McCoIlum. Nollhcr Stownrt nor Wal ton sal noar him. L. T. Thompson, for mor ltovcnuo Oaugcr, Klchard Stllos, former Assistant Assessor, John Hart- man, porpotual cnndldalo for anything, O.a. Jackson, cx-candldato for Legisla ture, Dr. Vnndorsllco, same, Elishn Hnyman, U. S. Census taker, wero among tho dologatos. Nor must wo omit our friond Abbott, also at ono tlmo caudidato for Legislature, but who was so ruthlessly struck by Knorr, Whlt- moycr, McCoIlum cl at. Ellsha Haymnn nnd Ilobt. Howell woro selected as Judicial couferoos,wlth out instructions. Tho congressional conferees woro Instructed tosupportDr, Strawbrldgo, of Danvlllo. II. 0. Crovollng was nominated for Assembly, boating John Hart rami, who does not seem to bo n favorllo of tho ring. L. T. Thompson nnd K. O. Ent woro mado Senatorial conferees. Tho convention nlso Instructod In favor of Michael Whitraoyor as dolegato to tho Constitutional convention. It. II. Ring lor was nominated for Prothonotary, MatlloMonroo for Reglstor and Record er, nnd John Staloy for Commissioner. John Eggcrt, whowas promised a Lcglslativo nomination was let up on Auditor. Tho resolutions approvu of liar- tranft's stealing and Allen's blackmail ing, and they aro declared "lit repre sentatives of the Republican party," which Is undoubtedly true. And then tho thing ended. Several pcoplo in town would havo called In bad thoy known a convention was bo- log hold, but wo assure them thoy would havo seen nothing now ; tho samo delegates nnd sanie managers as heretofore run tho machine In pursuanco of a Resolution of tho Democratic County Convontion tho members of tho Standing Comraitleo met In thi3 town on Saturday August 17th. On motion, David Lowonborg was duly elected Chairman nnd W. C. Mc Kinnoy Secretary of the Committee for tho ensuing year. John G. Quick moved that there bo as many members of tlio Vigllanco Committee appointed from each town ship which was agreed to. Thcro was then appointed tho following Vigilance Committee, llcaver Geo. Dreisbach. Chin. Mtcliuni. ti Illuterlllor. llcnlou J, j, jiclloury, 11. J. Case. Jin. L'ou- uor. licrwicic isaiuu liower, u. n. Jnclcsou. llloom. East SI. MUlaril. Jna. II. i'n s-.mi Jncoby. luooiu, wcsi.M. wyciiy, .mines Merner. llrlniTroek Uhas. ltcaJ. (ii-tt. Mill..,-, fin., m ilowor. Cntnwlssn M. II. V. IClluc-, Win. HuyiU-r. Contro Win. Miller. E1. llui-tnum. Km.ii llowcr. uonuniia CouytiKtiniii, North CouyiiKiiam Soutli l-'lslllUBCroelC I.,. M. C'l-ilVL-lIn-'. (Jvriu Uniting HlltiH Mcllenry, Chas. Anil. I-ranlclln Mo-ics Mcllrnry, wii-tlilm-tnu l'-ui'. UreeuwooJ Fr.aulc 1,mt. (1. W. Hit. .I.u-irsm, I.oldy. Hemlock T. J. Vnmlcrnllco, 1). II. WngiiiT. Win. Wlutcrsteou. jaciison uenry wngucr, ii.inlcl voiiun. LocukC Elitis L'rcasv. lt.mlel Ntlnn. .Imt. Mnv. uvr, uwtuuiiy. MndlKon-Ulcl J. M. Utrton. cliard Domott, Dr. T, J, SMicr, Mniao Jorommn Lougcuuergcr, Jim. Num. Mlllllu- Montour N. Mouser, P. A, Evnns. Mt. l'loasutWra. Mlllor, Jno. Mordati, Sr. Ornnga II. 11. Klluo, U, II. Ent. l'iue Lu A. Ucrmnu. Wm. ICurnhnoi-. Aiml Crnlg. . KoariDgcrcoK jno. floury, Hcott-J. 8. liacbmau, It. J. Millard fiugarloaf-Alonzo Albortsoa, Clluton Cole, Arrangements woro mado for tho or ganization of Campaign Club3 and In futhoranco of tho plans tho Chairman appointed Tuesday evening Aug. 20th for a mooting at Light Stroot and Wed nesday ovening Aug. 21st for a meeting In Buckhorn, Tho Committoo thou ndjournod to moot on.Tucsday September 3d, at ono o'clock, in Bloomsburg. Tho members of tho Vigllanco Com- mltteo nro desired to meet as soou ns posslblo to decldo upon tho tlmo and placo to hold mooting-) in thoir respec tive townships and to notify tho Chair man of tho Counly Committoo of thoir decisions, in ordor that spcakors may bo in attendance. The Democratic Convontion of Sulli van county mot on Tuesday August 13th In Laporto and organized by tho olec tlon of tho following officers ; President, Hon. Richard Bedford; VicoPrcsidonts, William Colloy and Fred. Taylor, Sec- rotary, Micnnei iuoyiert. Tlio namo of Amos Llttlo was pre sented by a substitution of Patrick Jor dan. Martin Jordan also presented a substitution from Patrick Jordan nnd on tho quostlon being submitted to tho convention which' should boadmlttcd as a delegate, Mr. Jackson called upon htsrriotuis to voto lor Amos ijittioanti Mr. Dcogau called upon his to voto for Martin joruan. tho ayes anti uoesworo called nnd resulted as follows ; 19 votes for Amos Llttlo nnd 0 for Martin Jor dan, where upon Mr, Llttlo took his seat. At this stago of tho proceedings Mr. Deegan called upon his friends to leave tho convention with him which thoy did. tho ioiiowing resolution was men oi ferod by M. Meylert. Jiesoivea, Tiiatueo. u. jacKsou is our cholco for Senator for this Senatorial District, to bo elected at tho ensuing election. Wo hereby nomlnato Idin as a canilluuto ror that omco with power to appoint tho Senatorial conforco3 equal in n tun our to uioso nppomiou uy nuy other county in this Senatorial district; which was unanimously adopted, C. O. Finch and Lvinan B. Sneaker was appointed Judiciary Conferees nud instructou tosupportnon. wm. l-uwoti lor l'rcsiuont j uugo or tins juuiciaiuis trlct. Tho followlntr resolution was thou of fered by Geo. D. Jackson. Jcesotmi, That Michael Moylcrt anil Richard Bedford are horcbv appointed Congressional conforoos to meet similar eonierccs on mo part or tho other conn ties In this Congressional District to nomlnato a caudidato for Congress, And wnno wo navo a nroioronco lor tlio noun natlou of Hon. It. R. Llttlo of Wyom ing county, wolcavolt to tho discretion or mo conferees; which resolution was unanimously auoptou. uopresentativo conroreo woro np pointed nnd instructed to support i.yinan u. opcaKcr. All do not know that lemons sprlnk led with loaf-sugar almost complotoly allay fovcrish thirst. Thoy nro Invnlua bio in tho sick room. Invalids affoctod with fovorlshnos3 can safoly consumo two or thrco lomons a dayj A iomon or two thus tnkou nt"tca-tImo" Is recom mondod as an entire Bubstltuto for tho ordinary supper of summer, and will ofton Induco a corafortabloslcon tbrnucb tho night, and glvo n good nppollto for nrouKiuHi, Hints to tho MIc. In no great popular movement havo tho pcoplo displayed moro lntolllgonco, discipline nud solf-dopondonco, than In tho present campaign. Still, It Is ovl- dent from nuinorous communications that many porsona stand ldlo, walling to know how thoy can do moro than cast their individual votes. For such wo offer somo suggestions toward offectlvo work ! I. Endeavor lolncreasothoclrculalion of tho nowspapors published in your ro snoctlvo locality. Thcro is no hotter campaign document than tho local nows paper. Bo It largo or small, If It Is heart ily dovoted to tho popular causu It will necessarily contain lnclloinonts to earnest, rcsoluto action In tho appeals nud nrgumcnts It prcsonts In successive numbers, llowover npathotlcor hostile a voter may bo, ho will not, If ho is onon to honest conviction, resist tho lnilucnco of tho facts published, botwocn this and November, in any ono paper dovoted to National Reform. Who ovor, therefore, adds n elnglo namo to tho subscription list of such u paper. has laid tho basis of nn over-widening circlo of oiTcctlvo nld to tho populai cause. II. Circulate campaign documents, Sovoral of thoso havo already been published and havo borno good fruit whorovcrthoy havo been distributed. It Is probablo that "Senator Sumner's Speech," ono of tho mo3t offectlvo pub lications of tho campaign, has been read by C,000,000 of our pcoplo, and ns its impeachment has never boon nnswored, it continues to lead overy ono intent on voting wisely and patriotically into tho Liberal ranks. Tho samo Is trtto In n measure of tho "proceedings of tlio Nn tional Convention," containing Senator Schurz's masterly address, nnd of "Mr. Greeley's Record" which shows tho statc3inanliko policy ho advocated at tho closo of tho civil war, and tho defiant nttltudo ho hold when tho principles of Justice and tho securities afforded by tho constitution wero imperiled. III. Orgauizo Clubs. Bo your number ten or ten hundred, your power for good will bo redoubled when you rcsolvo yourselves Into an organized body. Your club will form tho nucleus of an organization which in a movement llko tho present must daily expand, nnd bo an cflVctivo barrier against tho intrigues nnd terrorism of otllco-holdors. Each club should appoint appropriate com mittees; mako a llst-of all tho voters in its district ; canvass each ono thorough ly aud hold public meetings at conve nient times. It should encourage fra ternity among those who havo differed in tho past, not alono by candid profes sions, but by stimulating cordial, hearty Intercourse; in a word, it should bo in cessant in all branchos of political ac tion, relying mainly upon its own strength, until victory will crown its ef forts in November. "This is ncouutry worth lighting for," and if tho pcoploonly oxoreisotho vigl lauco and display tlio organization which tho occa-ilon demands, thoy can not bo overborne, wero corruption twiev us strong ami audacious. U. K. Pakcei. Post. According In (lie now IT. S. Po-tlnl law, which wont Into operation on July l-cl, packages "f dry goods, hardware, drugs lexcopt liquid drugs) and other nifiehiiodis" not exceeding twelvo ounces in woiglil, can bo mailed to any part of tho United States at a chargo of two cents for each two ounces or fraction of two ounce!. Under this law, tho post-ofllco authori- tios will forward n twelvo-ounco pack- go to San Francisco for twelve conls, whereas tho express companies demand at least twenty-flvo cents for tho trans portation of a packago, howover small, for any distance. As a familiar illustra tion of tho benefits of this now parcel post, a pair of dress boots, If neither boot welgh over twolvo ounces, may bo wrapped up in two soparato packages, and bo sent to San Francisco for twen ty-four cents, whereas tho express com panies would chargo for transportation to tho samo point as much as the gooiU aro worth. Tho now system has not as yet been taken advantage of by tuo public to such an extent ns to mako It emuncratlvo to tho Government, but it is boliovod that when tho parcel post becomes moro gonorally known It will provo profltablo to tho Government as woll as beneficial to individuals. Stains. If you havo been picking or handling any acid fruit and havo stained your hands, wash them In clear water, wipo thorn lightly nnd whilo thuy aro yet moist strlko a match nud shut your hands around It so as to catch tho smoke, and tho stain will disappear. If you havo stained your muslin or gingham dress, or whlto pants, with berries, boforo wotting tho cloth with anything olso, pour boiling water through tho stains and thoy will dis appear. Before frultjuieo dries It can ofton bo removed by cold wntor,ii3ing a spongo or towel, if necessary. Rubbing tho nnger with tho msiiio ot the par ings of apples, will remove most of tho stain caused by paring. Ink also, if it bo washed out or sopped up from tho carpet with cold water Immediately when it is spilled, can ho almost entire ly removed. Look Out ron the Soamp. Chief of Pollco Knapp Is In receipt of n lottcr from a gentleman nt Roaring Branch, Pa., warning tho public ngalust n swln dler calling himself J. Q. Saxon, pro tending to bo n Mason.Odd Fellow, and Knight of Pythias. Ho is travollng on tho "mako" and obtaining sums of money by representing himsolf ns a po3toQlco dotectlvo. Ho borrows tho monoy nnd promises lo return It with In twenty-four hoursA When tho tlmo Is up ho Isn't there. Ho is of modiuin height, sautly hair, heavy moustncho and has lost.hls right arm, but wears n falso ono with n glovo on tho hnnd dark coat aud pants, whlto duck vest Leghorn lint. Ho also carried a Hnon duster. Whon ho left thoro ho obtained about l,r00 of two parties. Look out for him. ElmUa Gazette. DurtiNO a thunder storm at Sunbury on Tuesday of last week, tho City Hotel was struck by lightning nnd tho pro prlctor, Mr. Drumhollor, was knockod down by tho shock, but, fortunately. oscapod without sorlous injury. A son of Mr. Charles Qarrlugor was knocked off from n wagon and stunnotl, and ono of tho two horses which ho was driving was Instantly klllod nnd tho othor somo what slngod. Tho samo dlschargo of electricity struck a fonco noar by shlv Cling It, I- OU I'llEHIDENT, HORACE G-REELEY, or new Yonir. COtt VICE l'ltEHIDENT, B, GRATZ BROWN ok Mmaoimi. mix roits, SKKATORtAt, Edo Ait Cowan, of WeUmoi eland, UEoitun W.HisisNnn.of I'rai'llii. nKl-ltrDKNTATtVK, (tnttiK?) MAitvitt.of Erie. John 8. Mirr.Kii, or Iliintltv-ilon, H. (liios-i I'nv, ol riitladelph a, M-mttt-rs. 1. Thomas J. Ilamcr. 13. P. I,owenljcrg. s, Htoph, 1). AtuUnon. 3. Jtlm Mollht, I. Uoorgo U, llerrell. B. 'Not agroiMt upon I (I, lnnlali 11. Iloupt. 7, annuel 1), Dyer, 8. Jcsio (I. Hawley, 0. II, n.Hwarr. 1(1. II. Kcllly. 11, John Kimklc. 1 F. Y. UutiHlcr. it .i, iuoivnigm. 11, Honry Welsh, in, lleniy .1, Htahlc. 17. It. W. Christ to. H. William P. Logan. ID, llawlnji 1 1 row M. W. I-'. M. Itobliwoii. 21, J. It. Molten. 21. T, II, Htcveiison. 11. .lolm II. Hard. HI. Ucorgo W. Miller. STATETICKET. FOK UOVEl'NOIl CHARLES It, BUOKALEW, OF COI.U.MlltA COCNTV. I'Olt AUDlTOK UENEltAI.! WILLIAM IIARTLEV, or UEDronD coUntv t'Olt JUDGE Ol BUritEME COfltr: JA5IES THOMPSON, op r.niE couscrv. 'Oil CONUUESBMEN AT EAltOE: RICHARD VAUX, oc riIII.ADEI.rntA, JAMES iiTTlOPKINS, OP ALMSaUENY, HENDRICKS. WRIGHT, or Miznr.Nn cocsty, Kor Member of the OmiAt II iitlmtnl Con ventlou, GEO. W. WOODWAni), Philadelphia, JKUEMIA1I H, 11 LACK, York, WM. IlIOIiHK, Clcarllcld. W. J. 11AEU. Somerset. W. II. .SMITH, Allecieny, l'KANKLIN II. UOVEN. rhiludelDliln. JOHN II. CAMPIIELL, Philadelphia. H. A. REYNOLDS, Lancaster. JAMES ELLIS, Kchuylltlll. H. V, T. 1)01)1). VouaiiRO. C1EO. M. DALLAM , Philadelphia. ltOBEUT A. LAM11EUTON, DaUplllU. A. A. PUKMAN. Grceu. WM, L. COltllLTT, Clarion. C0UNTYTICKET, I-'OH PRESIDENT JUDGE, WILLIAM ELWELL iHiihJci-t to tho decision ol tho District Confer tec) FOIl SENATOIl, OUARLFS G. BARKLKY (Subject to tho decision of tho District Conlaees) l-'OU CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION, JOHN a. FREEZE (Subject to the decision of tho District Coiifeiecs EOlt ASSEMBLY, CHARLES B. BHOCKWAY. OK PIIOTIIONOTAIIY, B. FRANK ZAItR, l-'Olt llEGISTEIl fl IlECOllPEll, WILLIAMSON II. JACOBY, l-'OK COUNTY COMMISSIONEll, WILLIAM LAWTON, 1'OR AUDlTOIt, U.J. CAMPBELL. -MEM11EHS Ol' THE Sl'ANDI.N'O COMJIIC TEE ! lie.wer Mii.cs Hchllcher. ltenton I. I'. ICrlckhauiu. )ler7l( It Levi Died bender. I'.Iooni, l-Ust Disc D.ivld Lowonbcrit. Jlloom.Wost Dlst. William .Melvlinii y. llilarciccU-.I.C.I'inlth. Calawissa Geo. Scott. uemrc 11. 1). kiioh. Centralla C. CI. Murphy. (' iiiyngh-xin N'oi-lh i -nii jicimut eiomo uciiaci liriun in. riflilnui-.eek );. J. Mcllenry. rn.llklEll Wllll.ltil Slnlr.n-. Givi-nwivid Wciloy JVIoirN, Lieksiin Hlhw W. Mcllenry u-iuHicit m in r.uopi!!iu;ur. I. .cost Madl--oii Jolin Allen. Mam W. T. .Shu'iiMi. M IU!n liumuel Snyder. Montour John (I. Oniric. Ml. Plcinmil -O iii-iiH W. .I if-ot.v. Orange 1). K. HI0.111. l'lir -I'. W. hones. lloarln-'cieek J. li. llllue'ir. hcolt u. P. Hut. Busnrloar J, H. I'rIU. MARRIAGES. HE-IS ltUONE-llv ltev. II. Wll.iou, Ani;u.st.!d, I)7", Mr. Ira 1). lless of Join .-.town, lo .miss puigeula lliiono or uenton, coiumnin county. llEAVEll-LAZAUUH-Ou tlio 17th lust., by tho Ilov. William . I. Eyer. Mr. Jeiomiah uea ver.to Miss Lydla JanoLnzaruH.both of Coop er township, Moniour county, i'a. KITCIIEN-SIMONH-On tho 10th lust., by I. K. Krickbaum, Esq., Mr, Airrcd Kitchen ol su Barloar, to Miss intliarlne Simons of Denton, Columbia Co. DECKENDOni'-UOIIlll!.CIl-On tho atli, lust., by mo llev, .1. i;yer, Mr. wiuiam ii. Ileckendorf, to Mtss Mary Janellolubacb, both ol Catawhsa, 1M. DAVIS-llIUD In Catawissa, on tho lllh ins' , by tuo llev, s. Curtis, Mr. n. it, d.ivis, cusiuer ol tho Catawissa l)e-ioslt ll.uil:, lo Miss Jcnnio UltLi.ol Jlnuslicid.l.icniaud coumy.unio. DEATHS. STOKEIl-In 1'lsulUKcrock township, Aug. IS. insi., i.ena Alice, u.iui-uior oi win. ai, ami Salllo C. Stoker, Aged '- months and 7 days. NEYIIAUD-Iu Ccntro township, on tho Sth of illi., tflis. iUiiry x-icyiiuiu, ik Jt-uis mouiu auu u uays, DAILEY At Hhlckshlnuy, July 3,ili, 1872, Hairy J.co Datley, ngeu a years 1 moiuu umi nuio ilnvq. T-irA- In Kn-r.irlnaf. .Tnlv ?slh. Charles Ednar iiio sou oi Aiiurow J uau mrissu jn. urn. uged ono year ono mourn and lour days. HENItlE MUJard Elmer Ilenrlo died Aug. lltli ii7, aged ni-io luoutns ana iiueen uays. UNANGST Georgo McCIcllan Unangst died Aug. 15U1, la,., nged eight years and seven mouths. FELLOWS In Ilunllualon. Luzeruu Co., Mrs. uauy reiiows, a-ioa seveuiy-uiuo years uvo monius anu eigni uays. She lived n life of faith. Sho died irustlim lu Christ. Sho had lived with her husband moro than Mxiy-tnreo yemn, anil rat eu a largo jami lr. They havo not had a funeral in thoir house hold lor moro than forty years. MARKET REPORTS. UtnoiiiMlmrg "Inrkrt. Wheal i'oi bushel Hyo " Jl.SU Oi) . er, i) 10 ID Corn " Oats. " I'lour p.-r imrrul uiovcrsecu . . i SO 1 511 ') H ID Flaxseed Putter T.Tl'inu Potatoes Drlt J Ai pies linm-a : lu , 1U 15 !) . 11) . r, to Sides and Kliouldcr-i I.-ird er pound lli.y pur mn Sl'L'CIAI. xoi!(i:s. Calico for tlio Uiousiuiils of Columbia county by tho pound nt I. w. Hurt- man's, I'rico ou cents. Tho onlv storo In tho county whero you can KctDoLalncsby tho pound I w. naymairs. itico 70 coins. To Xciilrallzo OIVciisIvcucss. In ninny forma wo uso dlsIufcctliiK nirenls. Imiiuro breath, caused by bad icoui. lonncco, spirns, or cauirrn, id neutralized by Kozodont. 'tis a healthful bcnutlllcr. and a irrcat luxury as a aontriiico. xno repuiuivo ureatu is bv Its uso rendered as fragrant aa a rose, and coldueS'3 by friend-) or lovcis will uo no longor noticeu. BpaiiliUnK'a Ohio monds ovorythlnp Obi lMabllslieil Coal V1111I. O. W .NuAiillno. WhoIcsalo&Ko tall Dealers In all sizes of tho best qualities of lied and Whlto A&h Coal, at tho very lowest market rates. Llmo- burncrs supplied at liberal rates with best mialltv Ho. (l.coal. ForBmlthllres. In addition to 11 prlmo nrtlclo of lump. WO iKivo st nrsi i:msi ijuiiuiy 01 minim nous coal, at Jli.i'i nor ton on wharf. Larco Blocks of all si.M constantly on hand. Strict personal attontlon given to tho lireiiarallon of all our coal, drain. Lumber and Blabs tukcu In exebnngo for coal. Coal delivered to any part of tho town. Orders left at Molvelvv Neal & Go's, storo or ut our olllco, will rccolvo prompt attention, uri-'ioi: a yakimat MCKlil.VY W WKAI.'S l''UnNACE, EAST iii.oo'isnuHo. 011r patronago respect miiy soiiciipu, Tho only ngoul In this town for tin) Farmer's Mutual Flro Insurnnco Co. of Danvlllo, in Freas Brown. ' i 21 Moycr Bros, havo fifty elder barrcH ior snie. imiions oi vot til Evety ncrvmta Youncr Han In llio Union, wil recolvo, Irco, n llt-clpo that wliltirovoahloMiltu iiirousu ine, ny niuuessinir, in connuener, JOllN 11. OODEN, Uo.t 6173 P. 0. 4" Cedar HL.N. Y. , feb.i.ly, IlI.ltWfilfo'H nitlollTEN TtlRY lAmt T1IEI11 Fi.ifiiiT, -llio ciucr nf bicssiiiRB Is Eood health without which nothln-r is worth tho hnvlnz 11 Id always appreciated at Us trno valuo after fl is lost, inn, I no oiicn.not uoiore, Livo pvoprriy nnd eorreet nllmoui i herorotliov heromo ftpAlcl. lor dlnensex of thollver,kldney,8kln, stomach, nnuaii r:sin irom iiupiiro or icenio nioou, mi, WAT.Ktli'sCAi.lronz-iIA Vitt.oAn UtTTCi'S nro n miro nnd speedy icincily, It I ins never yol lallr-d Innnlliglo Instance, nillwi . n - - TAti.- AT Tint Tdtr.i r. Kterv ladi-'i maid knows that tho bewitching br nigs who pave their triumphant way with comiitcieil hoarls, legard n splendid head of hair as tho most ellecllvo or nil wtmanly fnxolnntlons. They hoUovo, and they am right, that they can lam as maiiy beaux with tho luxuriant, lln.ileia nnd flossy oraiiii as liiey rnu -icm Hb sigui' Willi llioir beam ni? rvai. llenro in llioir 'loner, lallf" nmona themselves nud with their ntteudantn. tho merits of prenarallons for tho hair moi'iecly canvnssoii, nun 1110 laiosi losuii. oi iius uiscus slon seems In ho tho nlmost universal ndontlnu of Lyon"s ICArir.uiioN n an nrtlclo betler ndniucu to promoioihORiowlh alidbenuiynrtho present beloio llio world. Thov Bav that with uuici uiory oi v union mail miv inner ni out Irrltntln,". tho skill of tho head It eradicates uandruii, ami inai it penetrates below ino sur- nice ioiuo roois ni mo nair, nmiowingiuemwiiu now life nud vigor n-'lwl PrntlAi-s nn real medlcluo over ualued Ilia rapid popularity which Cnstorla hns done. Ono lorson reinics ineiroxrcrieucooi lis goou cuccis Icclly harmless, pleasant lo fake; docs not dis n niinuipr. ir. im il vf-rnTnmn nrnnBTiiiinii. nrr. tress or gripe, nut, regulates tho sj-siem.nnd is kuro to opornto whoa all other remedies failed. Anv nerson who has over u-cd Castorla for .Miomucli Ache, Constipation, Croup, Flatulency, orras, x'lies, or iieiaugeu i.iver, win never again nso nauseallnK Oil, Illttcr Pills or Narcotic Hymns. Tho Cfstorla contains neither Miner als, Morphine) nor Alcohol. Uy its soothing, ciulotlup cll'ect It produces natural sleep, nud;ls partlculnily nd..ptod to crying nnd Icothlng children, II costs but S" cents, rnd ono bottle will s.ivo many dollais lu doctors' bills. mi iw A I'Ei-.lLOL-sauAsosr. CUorlous nud dcllshtrul as tho Hummer weather Is, lta tropical heat Is n sovero trial to tho vital powers. Even tho strongest nro sometimes -iroslratcdbyltscirects. Tho common phrnso npnlled to this condition or tho body Is "nencrnl uebllllv." Now. cencral debility urlses 1 om. and Includes n variety of ailments. Thu liver Is moro or less ntrcctcd, tho bowels nvo elthor consllpated or too much r -taxed, tho stomach but half performs tho woik of digestion, tho nppellto Is poor, nnd the spirits depressed. This Is what Is called gencial debili ty, lb 1:1 11 guucuu ui-surniiigeiuum ui an tuu physical function", and rcfjulros ns n remedy a medlcluo that will regulato them all. Hostel ler's (Stomach Hitlers Is especially adapted to this purpose. Its general operation Is not con lined Ion single orcan. If tho User is affected. It restores its touo. H tho stomach 1st lipid, It regenerates it. If tho nerves nro tremulous and wealr, It braces and reinforces tho.i. If tho mind, which over svinnathlzes u llh Hie body. Is Bloomy ami despondent, It rollovcs thedllllcnlly, nud soon brings thowholo mechanism of tho body Into hannoi.v with tho laws ol heilth. , Thoio Is no civilized nation In tho Western Hcinlsnhero in which tho utility of Hosteller's btomach Ullters ns a tonic, coriccHve, nnd null- bilious medicine, is noi nuown ana np irccmiea, Throughout tlio Tropics It is conslderci both by 1110 pcopio auu 1110 luoifssiou, i:io sianuaiu spe cifle. While it Is n medlcluo for u'l s. nsons and nil climates, It Is espoclally sn ict to tlio com plaints geucrnlcd by tho w-.-u,n.i, bi..n-, 1I10 pn. est nud best vegetable b!..,ml-nl in the Wuild. llewnro of tliu lllltc .made m iicud and d.m- gerou-i matcrial-i. u 1-led tin- mnjlo.is parties are euucavoiiug 13 10 i upon 1,1c ptopu. vuiir namo Is lrglou, and tho public has no guarnntco that they aic not poisonous. Adlieio to iho tried remedy, llosti ttci 'a Llltuis. -old only In ulass. and never In hes or barrels. 11'ilwl Important Testimony ! Tlio follow. uk lotU-rsnro amonc llioinHtivu'o lUocouiUmlly iccolvini; nom itrjons wlic havo been cured by Sclronc'lc'rf Pulmonic Syrup, Schenck'rf Sea Weed Tonic, Sclicnck's nndrakc Pi I In, Ptunsyrovr, Siilt-ni County, New .Tu n-y. KF.HItn UV C7. 172. )r. .1. 1 l.fiCHKN('lf,N. ;.conicrHixlinntl Arch Klvctts. IMiIl.ulolnhlii. IlL-Mnccti'iL Hlr L tnko Pleasuro In iiddiiiii iu tostlniony lo that or tho many othra who havo been ruii'dhy tlioclllnaeyof HfhoiK'lt'- l'lilmoiilc My mp, v(cil loiiU, aiitl rJamh.itfw 1-in., unc u riijii-it' 1 1 1 mi ui'iu iti'iuuiuir.v u jt 11 my tunlly, mostol lis iiKinHAiti Jiavinj: died ot It in uilv airtb. My mother and t 'lit e hi u Hums ai&l nt tho aye cd 31, ono hotbu it, ':7, uni tn IsLcr id j ; u", wiiCMi iiuoui .iijoiiiK, ht-VM'ti .in liver oinnlititit. which raiUJlv dew loncd in o J'uliiio- imiy Consumption, X m.is comju-lhd (o lultu- tUWU lily Ullipin.VIUUUl UJ U UIIIUKNIIIlin.) I consulted uUlllml ami L-mtuchL nlivblclaiifi. Aiitl tiled many patent nostrums, hut without success, so i hat my luends wire mire Ihrt thtru wiis no iiopo 01 iny recovery, ior vns x jurt-ti from lio pounds to 101, aud wii.i not :UIh todo nnythlM,-5 without assistance. jjy wnai i now looitupou iut u i-rovuieniiai in terposition. 1 wivi Indtiued to tiv our rtmcdies. ami placo nnsolf under your Uejitiaont, find ho rapid nnd tliorouh wft-i my iccovery, that it seemed as ihough somo supci human power was at work, t.nd to-day I am a-s well a: at any tnuo during my llle, I weigh lS'J pounds, am M years old. and lor somo time havo been regularly at tending to my buMncts, bidding lair to livo to a good old iiKi. l am inaumui io you ueyonu oxpiession ior havliin placed mo lu a position whcicin I am a LcnUtt Instead of a burdou to my lamtly, Your Mandmko rillaarotho only mcdiolno I over uso now. I thirdi thoya.'t tho bc-it m tbo world. I cm icfer you to huudrtds of my uelglibora who will verily all I havo written, and any in touuatlon any of my follow clllzens may rieMre willbofrculy and ladly tjiveu, upon receipt oi s amp, by Youii,ctc JOU.l L, J1Ij I I I . SLcy tYcsl, lla Tub. 1, 1S7. Ui. J. U. yciIlINCK, N. i:. cor. Sixth and Areu sireeis, ruuaucipnia. Dear Mir l'lease forwarU. nor llrd steamer. tls bottles Sea Wtd Tonic and tvclv bottlcui'ul- mouicHyrnp. our meuiciues aio o Mien vaiuo inat j can not bo Utliout tliom In inv household, aud In lact no Kimuy snoum bo without them. Ihavot'lVbU thum n liifrtest. ami onenlv de ularo them to bo oven bettor than you claim. cry repecwuiiy youin, ivo. VV. A. WlUTKIIimST. l-mi(Al)KLl'Jti., Match I, lbT2. nr. j. iJ.nom;:;eK, ltespcctcd bir 1 taico pleasure m awardlntf lo ott this cci thicato of tuo womlerml euro your 11 v thioat and bronchial tubta wero so hlchlv 'tuiuomcsvnin auu&o.i wceu xomc Dinaucpii. lnilamed that It was almost iir possible for um to bwaiiow my iouu. t atr. on a visit lo inv uncle. Mr. Charles John- sou, snu rrui'i.u sureti, vim siys your mcui clues raised him lrom nlmost death nfier ali oth er means nau iaticu,aud he having, theroiove, full eontldcnco lu tho virtue ot your remedies. Htrously recommended mo to try them, Idld so. and in ono week liom tho lime I commoured tailing tliom my liiioat un-Jcrwcut a very Great cuauiju ior lue uciicr. so inai i couiu raimy inualH without anv dltllcultv or nalu. I can hcarcclyllnd woids to express my urntitudo lor mo lany rcjioi your iiniuuauiu jucuicuit" pw duced unou me. and I deem It hut au act of eiatl 'udo to Klvo you iho acknowledgement oi my ItAUllKL M, jf.VCOUH. No. loo Wel Jlilrly-(Ulrd(,tiuet,Nw Yoik suur.xcicy i'lxjiu.vic sa ui'I' SKA WhRD TONIO, mid MANDRAKE IMLUS.' Thcso arc tho onlv medicines that will eitto Pulmonaiy Consumption, Dr. Bcheuck has been lu coubtnut nrnctlco over thirty years continu ally cxuinlillni! luuni, nnd knows his medicines. it piopetiy iniccn, win cuio uousnmpiion, jus Alandinko Pills c-lcanao tho llvcrnnd stomach; ills rioa (tu lonio ui&boives ino ioou, stimu lates tho coatlnt; of tho stomach, aud makes It inmost. Ills l'ulmonlo Svrun rloeiw the matter. nud nature ihiuws Itulf wliUoutauy excitlon, Price of llio Pnlmoltia Kvrun nud Ke:i Weed IIUIH', Cli-l PCI llUbllC, Ui a vu pci nun UU&I.-1I Mandiako Pills 23 cenls per bus. PIIKI'AIUU) ONLY AND FOU SALE IIY J. H. B0II13NOK A SON, N. i:. Corner HIXTUand AltCII Utiecls, l-HII.AlllI,l'liIA, And by Diuttglsls and Dcalctsccuornlly, JOIIXSTOy, IIOIJ.OWAY & COWll'lK, G02 AlU'll Sthkkt, L-JtiLAniiLi'iiiAl Wholesale Agents, upr-1.' ls7J-ly orynu wlllrauAcboleo of territory, (there Hi n rush lur .ti nil lui) AOTSiUUICK! I.KW W last and eroatcat work, OUR DIGESTION, or. MY JOLIA FltlKND'H BKC11I5T. It Is by tidda Iho most taking and snlcnblo boo.c lu thu iMd. 1 Ills on a vllallv Inimirlnut siui- ject. ill 1 by AmcilrA'a most popular wilier IIU lll'llllU. li It in, HH 111U pi UC, lilt) IHIf l HUH iiauiiuiiii'hi iiuuu over suiu n i.tiuciiiii,ii, Acouts, tbo pcoplo nicer uer frsuh a 1k ok.aiid wiiluiBO yim to brlui! It to tlicm, Wrlto h-r terms, jic, Iroo. (lI-'pKilK JlACI.l-.AN, Pulijlhlii r, aprli:0,'7J-lf. J i t-'unsoinSiU'ct, Philadelphia. toTooo Lrir' POLITICAL CAMPAIGN CHART. Tho most atliwtlve nnd salablo thlna out, It is Indispcnsablo to men of all part lei, fm nthhlng just llio lacls und llEuros needed, for overy lu tellleeut voter. Auenisnio belling lrom, 15 TO U0 A DAY. Tbo most liberal tcuui. Bond for dcMrlpllve aliculars, Addioss, DUn'II't.D ASUMUAD, l'libllsher, 711 Mnsoni Htrcct, PHII-AHrXPIIIA. Moyor0' Column. PUBLIC ATTENTION i OAIJ.BD UY V,',J2I5.UJ!!l.0,yAV0 Ptiflilng Ihi llitis ,,7 . .JT, viivm) m, unmoiuriftiio (11 tln-imolvos liuormer llinfj, ntihcir old luml- DltOAVJDR'S nLOCK. nti'l nt llio Corner of ilnln anil MnrketHliai-ui, TlirlrfitOCl' lalnrof-rr.nil irtnrrt vnvln.l limn m'h '.'.9 fPl,.u'.1 .'" al,v otbor ralalJlislnnciit miorior Plilladoliililtt or Wow York, All of wlilch Is oiler-. tr . . K" ur ",,1Iul auniuiiies ni ngurcs iw low ,. uunuivcr, 1111m snuio roouh ctm bo piirelinaaa tlsowlicro. Call nud nain'.no ror yourseir. 'nio wliolos 0 ilcpnrtuaciU under tho Immodlnto mi- j't . nun nun control vi mo linn, comnriHCS l'AINTS, OILS, OLASJ, I'UTl'Y, .tC, 40. They keep conslnntly' -in hnnd from nvo to six UUTerent brunds or Wult ? Lead, nmona htcli 13 John T. Lowls & Bros.. Buck Load. whlto Oak, Biamond, Arctic, &c, Varnishes, Coach, i'urulture, Damar, 8hollacand Japan Dryor. la C liars Vntl i:!ll Mn.t llnihora hnlt.i1,VDA.l f. oil, Hlouuni, Ilriiwn,lletftllIonnd Vnndyke.ltcd rallltons, Ulues, Yellows and Uret-no, onions which are tho celebrated Versailles and Buainioclt, very linudionio nnd permanent, nud especially ndnplod lo llio palntlns or lillnds, itc. Llnsocd oil. Turpentine, c. All n7.m window Bins, larse hIxck of snporlor quality for pictures, a fipeclullly. Cnitoroll by tliocallou or dozon, Lnndomun, 1'areKorle, lluteuiau'H drops, r.olueii Tlnotnre, Ualtarn Uu Jlaltlia, Uod- ireyu uoruini, j.'t.seiice.i Lemon, fonnormlnt. Wlutcrcreen i.nd Cinnamon. Ail lhn nnnninr patent lucdlclun of tho dav. ninonu- u-1ii, h nrn enumerale. Ayrcs, Jnynes, Vini'Kiir Bltturs.Hoatot ter's, Drako'H, ami Ifoollaud's Qor- mini uuiprs. i'iiis, WriKht's J.iyno'H, tJclicnck's.nnd nil itln r.- known to the Community. A Uro and vnilc.l osjirlmonr. t KnlgUls world Lemon, Vanilla, Hose, rtaspbeiry, Strawberry, l'lno Apple, Celery, Hnnana, i(.-.,aru olllr-'i ed below manufacturcri prices, In . . tmut.ijr iiioicuilll. C-IUCL'.-,, c Cinnamon, Clovm, Pepper. Mkco, -UlisUnl, . Rt ' botuini ni prices. ALKO, ICollnnd Klourhul- pliur, i:piom Halls. Halt l'etrt, Cnlabm Lic orice, (IninCiimphor.lidrax, Ass il.i'tMa, Cattlo nn l llorc l'liwders.llluu Vitriol, Kxtnv-t. Ima wood, Cablllc nnd Liundry Soaps, Lamp chlmiieys, and L-iiup i;xmU Koner- ally. In Mci i.i.iiil" i..-uiiit -invci -auu, micinou KoM-nilalCi-iii' lit Ijy DioliarielorbuHlil. 'lUo celeiiinlc-d Mlllvl.ln i-iiill Jar, ni-knowl-(deed In ho liy lur Iho h- .1 ui thu Jlarl:nt, all "la-w, or Htperlor matorl..l and woiknianship, Cuiu.umers n.ivlniii.i ei- u,id those, will have no -tuer. t'oimtrj Physicians will iliidoui-htock full and complete. romprlMn,': all t!.o old .tnples of the Muterl-i ilodlcn.ns web r.-, nil ll.d lnttut d aeiv iiiesol modlcal soleuce, Qnlulno, ilotphlnnnd tiolnm alwaysln abimdHiico. llauco Urn, and V hilt's ohail.ia-ciilIc.Tl nrfli,ir.-tllnt,. t.'lnlil ni.il folld extract! Kilxlrs and Plllsoftlio l'liariua- coru-a susar-eoaiiii. ruwurs and Wciluhlni.m'M tbciiiicali, and Prof. Et inlbb's iin-diciuef.,a In 1 l-'aimer-. nnd nlhei-.i will llnilourfcinM.- ,,t i'iim (Iround Western Hone, Oil bf Vlirlol, snlplmto 01 Soda and Nitrate ni Ho-'n, .. better qilallty and at lower pried than c inbufniitid tluewhort-. COACII AM) WAOON MAK.KKS would do well to ni, mil slnclc unci Hniuiru our prices be luro pun-lifiHlrurNen-hi-rc. ft Our rotill una IVtetititlo'i J parfinci.t Ik under 3Ilt. It. t'ATJICAItT, wbohns badvears of experience in tho hut.1np.ta. AM) nnd competent asoihtunti always luattcu d.inco. Tills departmont couMils of tho com- pouiuiiuB oi rnyMcians- lircscilptlons und fuml ly icclpes tho piUllng up ofllye Htulls, etc. tho rolalliniiorraleni JIclIclin.o and Druglnl s hundrlCK, Mtch as Perlnmery, eoniprislnt; all o.' llio mosl choice from our most omtnout Ameri can mamii'-ictiireis and tho specialties ot nil tbo Foveiffiii French, Unglish, German. and Italian I'erfumors. 'I'oiiet .--oapa in laiH-i auoi;-. Domestic, I) ilb imroitcd ond Fino Illtlr, Tenth, Fleoh, Clot hen, Shav ItiK vt NiU lirusht . f riHiCK.Shoul- tier liracea & Suiipmler.-i, Nurs ing Unttlea, Focket lloolis, 11111 Uouks, .tc, Ac. ClKarMif rnuManl choicest brands from Get., u, , t it,, t .ii'u, l'lpi snnd clmarsmokcisnud, many thlnss lm- pciv-iuie to euuiueiaio uere. Tliu handsomosl SOB A FOUIJTAIKT In thin part of tho Btito. called tbo "Iccbc-rL-." from which Iscoustantlydiiiwii, tlinsocoDl mid ruiicMiuiK uuvciars su popuiui- v,-iui llio Amer ican puiiiic, aisii, mo iiu-iuc.iieu waters cu vi -nv c uatiwi nun ttciir.er, iuwn mc,VmVfr;r'u'l, o'lc.!10 1,1 Oil, OF QLADNES tisi'ociln lor Croup. Ilitrns nnd fi-nldsaml mi Ol Hie nin-,1 vnliulilo nuxlllallus Inlinmiio i4 voltei-nlles. honrness. rto.. ever kiuiu-n. Tim larely incicsiilUKalesnllfKt Its lopularlly rk 11 IIUIIM-IIKUI I 1 1 II 111 . Mnvel Tin Couall Uioivi n vniiikhtn rcinn.lt- l'oi-eouiths oi lfinu Hundliij and iuiVpirnt cim sumpliiiu. rUvoriuue.lrac-u,ljkjwncoJainnlcii Ulnu'er, i-te. To lt ot whlc1iro auk tbualteii- UUU Ol HID KUUttyftl puuiie, , , . (i Tho wng'dn' will still conUiii'o to.imy IP bttueii viaii'j it) iiietr country custom- ore. - . . MOYER BROS. May III, ly, J)IH90LUTldNOF CO 1-ARTNKH-Tlmra-pnttncralilpliarcjotor e.ilntlns tiinlcr polvod by llip donlh ofllenj-imln r. Bonder. Tlio books ollho lata Ami flio In tlio hand of innlnl P'iiSV" y1',0"1. n." Persons knowlnu them solvcn lo bo indebted u, tho arm are requested to mnko linmcdlato iwymcnt. TbO bllSlnCSS Will ll-cniill,i.,l .(Iknnl.l under the namu of j. Hnvi, r. a tv. nio tub tax 1'AYicna of tub J. Town of Illoomiibiiri,'. nuijiyu 13 ncretiy Rival), luitl iha undcr- -nOd Tl-ftniPl- 111 .h. Tni-nr.l It n.Mnnl.i.M w.11 bo proiwred to imIii lwn Uia lor llio prcjent roar, nn nut ,im i. , n .'... -., "."huh. uiu i.ni llltv OI AWFlnl, lK7!t snld Town?0' U"' aiiAot "' Buck,dew in the the i,.S-i'2it,,"np".l'.1.nl tuo oil'lrnUon oi IhUly if?V-V,?'','.u-'tl1 df,V(" Augimf, nil Ml (ii- o?ciocVKlM'' "m " ' '--v'M-'""-m Llo lllOolllBtillip, AllglUt I, IK72. ji,v- CONTINENTAL. Lifo Insurauco Company. Or NEW YORK. No. of Policies Issued 43,000. ASSETS $5,500,000. ISSUES all tho now form of Policies nud presents ns favorable turns as any com pnny In the Unllod Hlalas. TIlO COinnallv will mnlrn lf.mnn,,,lrt.n. nn Its policies. ' Thirty days' crace nllowod on each payment, and tho policy held good dnrlns that tlmo. All our policies are Incontestable for tbo usual causes. Policies issued by this, company nro non-for-f el lure. Is o i extra charges made for travelling permltr, I'nllnv lifildM iliipn I.. n .. ... . ....... Iho eomnauv. nnd liavfl rt vftMft in tun ..in,.in. and mnniutcineiH of tho company. ..uiiuinj tit wuuiuii iuu cimrKCU. .TIISTUrt IiAWIlKNCB, I'rts't. W. 11. WV.Vk-nni' vi.... iwi T. P. HOOCKS. Heerptarv- S. O. Cjiandlf.ii, Jr., Actuary. Central: Office of Norttleru Penu'a. "CoLtrMBiAN" Building BLOOMSBURG, PA. CHARLES B. B1CKWAY, General A&cnt. Jau.S,lS72-lf. NI"W Yorilv. HlltK. AVll i.tvpmwir. NhW AND KUI-MOWWl) O STK MB1III'S. Tin: i.Miuwr KiTiu: wn.ii.u; ockaiiic. ckltic. lir.i'iinur. .t'1m-i,' llALTiC, ADllIATIC, .MAJhSI'IC Sailing H orn New Yen lc on SATUHDAYM. lrom Liverpool on TUU1WDAYS, and Cnilt Harbor tho day lollnwine. JcVsey'cIl'y w,'lte 8lKr 11 ""k- '"-'Vonla Ferry, I'absqiiger arcOmmo Ij,-mn!, .r n- c:i,'csl tiurivnllcd, combtnina ..i-.es, niui.ll, ni-ut.u, ANDCOMKOHT. baloons, state-rooms, s.-noklim-room and bath looms in nildsliHi scclion, wliio leiist raoti'm fi fnlt. KurEeons and steuar lesscs accompany tlic so fctcamers. 1 , IIatks Saloon, JS-'Kold. luernse. STJcnrren fT,.M n?U'.IiU'"jmo ,u'.;owWdondoT"-, '.rmn,iio0iM,P0';u!,v.caa "ow-ibtalu stoora l'nssf-ngrrs booked to or nout ll nnrU of Drafts lrom 1 upwards, .KSZ i,l!R.,?ocl.Son 01 J-'l"8 nud odierlufnrmntlon, apply nt tue Company's Otllcc s, No. WBroadway. cw i.ori. J. II. RPAllKR. AtTit. oi so M', ri; acock, llloomkbure, Vi. niilStf BAUGffS Eaw Bone Snperior Pliospliate OF LIME, bl. 'jdard JiUbly i'u proved aud warrajte.1. Price, $15,00 per 2,000 lbs., Cash. ff-.t-w Woiks now lu operntlou.ts Ajf-New Material used In manufacturing. He Tl.e fire uhlch destroyed curuvrkavn the ill, cf April, emmd only a femjto, en u delau. .Wo wnrrnnt tbo standard ol our rtaw Hone Phosplmt") lo be of n higher (trade than before, "ni couslsnmcnts will be mode under any cli ciimstauces. it Is not ccilnln werau contlnimtoscllnt our pi--.eut reduced pilco oh-Iuu to (lie udiance in liaw Mtttertal, -S-Wp thank our custonifrs nnd frlenrs ceucrnlly tor the r mminn, .i !- .,.! - ,: created orders. Wo can also luriilsh our GROUND RAW BONE WAUItANTEU Pl llE, At ?-10,00 iter MOO lbs., cash. Oldeis for fall trad,, nrpirniiii.iini.A.A In ns eaily us possible. llAUtill vk PON. No. 'OSonth Dclnwaro Ave., Philadelphia. .uty ill-am AUDITOR'S NOTICE F-STATE OF SA VILLA rCAt.EK DEC P. rne unuer-,iRneu appointed Auililor In ills tilbutolho ltiuiH in tho hands of the Adiuinn iralors of tho estate of Havllla Pcalerdecvn d will meet l ip. parties IntcreMed athlsolllcu n the i town .of IJlooiusbnigonKatmiHy Au.-jnst Ills 1S72. at 111 o clock n. m.. when nn.i wi,,, nil ... ,. bous lntoiestcd nro rc.iirmn.! in v,r. ..-,.,. , i.... the Auditor or bo forovcr debarred flora cotnln,, In tin' u .1.1 tnii.t K.tMI'fl l.-wnli. ntllwl. "' Auditor, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. I IETATE OF PirtHtt SptHUiUB rr.c'n. Polci-ljlrlcker late ot CatawlTtn-.r-sllTp t " tballeRlster of h'd cmaty t , JlVftm J. IVdir (.AtawUsatwp. Aliporsojjf bavinBCUiimkesa,n!.t tboostatoof iho deasdaat u.t rcn"iti.d to rrc sent them tor BslUomont, and theio Indebted to ,i"i,VV,'''B,?,lx-y.'1.'-''.1'' lo ,1Jo uuuerbiaui-u ndmlnisti-nto-, without dcliv. i . ,, . IIIKAM J. KIii:Dl:it, 1"'W0. AQiut-iUtruli r. A DM1N 1STR ATOR'.S NOTICE. X. KbrATl-Ol .iril.-,,! s 1 t'T. hit., r . - Notice Is horohy Riven that luiteri or Admin ,s tratlou have i-cuu Ki.iut. d by llio 1U;;K,i i Wills of ColumbHcdmstv tirt'iMiudoi-ittjiK-d n on tho estate oi c . .u Ulo uf Mil.... townshln in snM couniy, now diviaHcd, M person! indobted lo uiui iUto aro tccmupl mako payment -iiid nil ft w..o h.i, , nitdnstiKild estate to iuAkll.om-ll . n .- Ullik'. liquid, l(;Vli.l'i.- -Aom.ii'-1 " NioiioeH ixiwUAlill'. l.aivl'u lo. i . , i EXECUTOR'S NOTIOK. AJ ibT.wnoit jpun vrjmit.wr. nt.. I-'estcrHr.lnta of Center lowiiflblp.Coluuibla . ui tri. .i micniarv on ii:cti:-.o , ly. itc. "d. havo been e-.inted lv the I sain couniy to joint i-esier, jrni in .. two.. Mill I-ovl l't It 1 oi l't 11L10 two. All , fcavUni- cjnlim mcaui't the estate arc n - n- lumiiwii. iui in i-i uiu ixLcuioru in ti. m -comftr. Tboso Indebted to tbo mluio oil n.-. ' '"'"'t o tW 'lo Uhoil .b-l , 1 1 ' L't'i i.'rai'iMi''' 1 i.kvi iL8Ti:ii: iitwur. Execntoii- OT1CE. duciinribentto tuu c.i ;: u.iiocic in tut Norm ,v Wost Brnnoh 1;llro(ui, aio IieriAiy nollllnd Ih-.i If tbeyifad lo imy tho auu meul of ten iurr ut on said steel: due tiu' July, nn or rcfoie Hit- "UI day ol Anuniit Ultf, thtjr .will bc uul-Jict tot-1-liual penally of ujapev ctnt p. r monui in kai l ntsessiucm, ' iiy ora. r cd tuo Hoard ui Directors. n111s7t-liD, wM.NEAI., TreiUurer. Wta 'Colleie for Yon Laflies, t UAHUKUail-JIIO, l'A. Willi nmrio ui juiiu ami iur.aut iiiiitdp, lilted tip as lo be hnmellkonnd attractive, mi I well cijulpi-id lor tuorouitu educational work, wI11oih-u the l'jrst T, mi of thonett A- adcmu yoarljepteinborlih, lUTi, Vit UlfcuHis.upply li KJV. C. . LAN 13. 1. 1 M-Miri NOTICE. -- " The undersigned heieby not-ly all thos. indebted to them cm note, bond or liool: : wrouni, to call nndecttlo the saiuo.nu or beam Hie tltsi day oi uetoucr next, .hi .teviua ii., -otlcc liiny uxptei lo l-ay i-iwi. W.M.MciKi:i:VY &). Mi KEIA Y.NKAl.oc CO.