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llolat'nn in Crops.
A judicium rotation of crops is ninoliilcly
neccsary In uialntnining tho fertility of tlio
soil Tills needs lit) demonstration, for It Is
universally ndiuittcd. Hut Iimy to rotate to
nccitrn tlio greatest Advantages Is tlio mnlii
question No Khccifia direction. enn bo
given to suit every fu'wi liocnmo "circilm
Btnnces alter cases" Very much In regard to
this point. The system that would succeed
on ono furni would full on nnotlier, and vice
vcr n, Governed hy general principle, the
farmer must derido this matter for himself.
Each elements vwntlnl lo ils growth and
maturity, and hy continuous cinpplnp; how
ever judicious tho rotation may be, the soil
will evidently ho exhausted. Hence the ele
ments ubsitructcd must bo returned to tho
soil In tho shape of fertilizers. This seltlcs
ono point that farmers keep stock, and the
nearer they como to keeping stock enough
to consume what their farms produce tho
nearer they como to tho most Improved cul
ture. Tho usual rotation is from the sod
cori oats or barley, wheat and then grin.
In good soil two crops of wheat van be
grown, clover being sown on the first, in the
sprlng.whlch will furnish ono crop of wheat,
on which grass is grown for future meadow
or pasiuro lands. A prominent agriculturist
recommends tho following six years rotation;
First year, corn, potatoes and roots, with
ground heavily manured; second, oats; third,
clover, plowed in and sowed with wheat in
tlio fall ; then timothy and clover sowed on
tho wheat in tho spring of tho fourth year;
then let it lay in grass two years. Other
systems of rotation havo advantages, suited
to tho surrounding circumstances of soil, cli
mate, etc. In wheat districts, where tlio
soil rests on llmcstono or plaster, a simple
rotation of clover two years and wheat one
is found to bo good, nlways promising that
plenty of manure is returned to the soil.
How Farmer!)' Wives Break Down.
A woman tells this story in tho lioston
Gilthator, and many can testify to their own
knowledge that it is very sadly true:
"I can get forty women to marry mc,with
in fifty miles of this village," said a man to
mo tho other day, "but I can't find a woman
any where who will come and help my wife,
and sho is breaking down every day." Yes,
breaking down I Can any ono look in her
ashy white faco and not read tho story writ
ten there, of hard work, in season and out of
season ? Sho has four little girls-rtbc eldest
six years old and the youngest three months,
ller husbaud keeps six cows, and cultivates
b farm of a hundred acres, employing two
hired men to aid him. Three meals must
be cooked daily for a family of seven, not
counting the baby; four children dresseJ
and cared for; tho milk of six cows attended
to, and butter made, whilo tho weekly wash
ing and ironing must bo a'ccomplishcd in
somo way. From four o'clock in tho morn
ing until ten, nnd sometimes eleven at night,
ono pair of hands and ono pair of feet per
form this labor, and now the tired body re
bels and says: 'This cannot be endured."
Let mo tell you of another case: The
farmer and his wife havo three children, all
under eight years of age. lie employs two
hired men, boarding them, and keeps eleven
cows. A woman comes In to do tho washing
and ironing, but that is all the assistance
the wifo receives, except tho few steps her
children can save her. She must riso at four
o'clock and preparo breakfast, so that her
husband and his men can bo in tho mowing
field at five. Every other day, however, one
of the hired men remains to do the churning
for her; hut this favor was not allowed her
until sho had threatened to call in tho doc
tor to declare to her husband her inability to
do such hard work. Tiien it was reluctant
ly conceded, although two forty-pound fir
kins of butter were packed each week; for
our farmer prides himself upon his herd of
cows puro Aldemeys and sells his butter
at tho highest rates, carefully depositing its
proceeds in the bank, and rarely giving his
wifo so much as a five dollar bill of it. His
last injunction to the hired hand is, "John
come just as quick as you can. Don't let
Sirs. 31 keep you for anything else. Hay
can't wait for woman's work." Thero are
dishes to wash, milk to skim, pans to scald,
beds to make, children to dress, baoy to
nurse, rooms to sweep, and dinner to cook
over tho boiling hot stove, and one woman
to do it all 1
To Pkevent Smut in Wheat. A cor
respondent of the Southern Cultivator says :
, Mako n strong britio and wash or wet 'the
wheat thoroughly ; then drain, and before the
wheat gets dry, sift on ashes and stir well, bo
that all tho wheat may come in contact with
the dry ashes; or, in other words, soak the
wheat in strong brine and then dry it with
Sood strong ashes, (air-siaked lime would
probably do as well, or better,) and then it is
ready for sowing. It may bo prepared any
time wiirti needed, but should not stand over
too long, as tho vitality of tho seed might be
injured. I havo seen it used fifteen years in
succession, and never knew it fail to prevent
smut. I also think that the wheat grows oir
better when prepared in this way, than when
sowed dry, or soaked in a solution of blue
stone. Who is the Best Farmer ? Tho bc-t
farmer is ho who raises the best and largest
crops on the smallest surfaco of land at the
least oxpenio, and at the isamo time annually
improves his soil ; who understand lm
business and attends to it; whose manure
heap is very largo and always increasing ;
whoso corn crib and smoke-house are at
home; who is surrounded by all tho necessa
ries of lifoj who studies his profession and
tries to reach perfection in it j who keeps u
strict account of his out-goes as well as his
incomes, and who knows how ho stands at
the end of each season. Such n furmer
l. ... f Ill 1 1 ...
r ...w mhiso uui wi lull, n ill BUtttUU UI1U I1UI
only make farming u pleasant but profitable
occupation, Try it, and 8eo how it is your
self, reader J'armer'i Vindicator.
Screws vs. Kails, Most mechanics who
s'stand tho eminent superiority of wood screws
over brads and nails. In many places one
screw is worth threo or four nails. When
1 1 r. i.niin.. .t ...
Vcleats to a wagon box, nalU nro very unsult-
,'ablo when compared with the efficiency of
fcgluilet-pointed screws. Screws will hold
two pieces of wood moro rigidly than nails ;
nnrl If thn timber should shrink ntrifie. tho
. 1 i .1 !..!,. . ...i !. I..
I screws tan uc tunicu uj iigut , wucri-uo it js
difficult in most instances, to tiglitcn up
1 InAna i'tlli rmtlj lit nil ttlnvw ivliot-n
L thero Is an unusual strain on tho parts to be
C i. i ,i i,...ii..
1 Taking good enro of stock menus, In a
ueneral way, making the animal comfortable.
i'rhot is about all there is of It. To bo sue-
Icessful In feeding stock a man mnst bccomn
(Interested: tho work must be a pleasure not
tuk j tho person must be quick to compre-
lieiiu tho wants or tlio animals, ami prompt
in sunlvlnir them. A blundering, heedless
' , , . .
i man nua no uusiuess ainoug siuvk.
! l.'lnriiln iMinrnntecs U million p!lie-UPIil(H
UNEQUALED'XUN APPRO ACHED
In copaflty Rtnl rxwllonco by any other". AwnrtM
am. DIPLOMA OP HONOR
VIENNA, 1873; PARIS, 1867.
nill V American Oriffin nor ixwunltvl any tncdnl
U it Lit in Kufoiior which rrwnt mih rxtruonH
mtry excellence m to coinmaml a wide mile there.
1IUAY0 "warded highest prrmiunm nt Irwlui
nUlnlu trlnl position, In American well n
Kuropr. Outof humlrcU there havo not been Ms In
nit n hero Any other organs havo been preferred.
DECT I'""f,,l by Eminent Mnlrhn, In both
ULwl hemliphen , to be uurltnlcd. Seo
IK-Si'IMONIAL CinCUT.AH, with opinio.. of more
than Olio TliuilMtittd (rent free).
IMOlOT on hfiftntf a ilnfon Si Hamlin. Do not
I (i U I U I tAko any other. Denier ffct LAiiarn cow
miumoxb fur uUUi0 inferior vruan an,t for tftt
reason often try very hard to tell tomtthtng tlte,
MCUf OTVI CO 1(1 11,1 moel Jmiortnnt improvo
ijtu 01 I IXo ments ever made. Tsvw
Solo and Conibliintlon Moi Superb
j;tUKcro nnd other Cuacs of new deftly lift,
PIRNO-HARP CABINET ORGANS
qnlftitn combination of these lnfitrurocnu.
EASY PAYMENTS t formonthly or quarterly
layincnta; or ream! until rent part for tho organ.
OUT A I flPIICO nil Circular vlth fnUpartlo
LA I (iLUUUCO iilnr", frw. AiUrcwi.MASON.'S
lTAUUN OIUIAN CO., 1R4 Trfmont Street, 1)0
TON 55 Union Square, NBW XOHK or bO Si 6J
MASON & HAMLIN
MAY BE OBTAINED AT
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
L. B. JPOWEiL,
Of ne ml Agent also for tho celebrated
I. K. MILLER.
Dealer in nlioro Instruments.
-March 19, '15 y
llOLLIIXS & HOLMES
No. 17 Centra Stro
Ptatorc Gas ana Steam Fitters
JC X 1ST "W -A. 33, E,
GALVANIZED IRON COHNICE,
Wiro Trellises. Ac. Dealers in Stoves. Rane
es, Furnaces, lialtimoro Heaters, Low Down
Grates, Mantels, l'UMPS, Weather Strips,
of the latest design. Special attention paid to re
pair! n? sewlnc jiailitnt'M of every description, scales,
Locks, Hell llunsrlnir. Key Fitting, sc. Private liesl
dences Heated byMcamat a small cost above Hot
Air. Feb. 20."7j-tf.
MP Is the ac-
Knowieuired standard of
tho market, by popular
verdict, tho best pump for
tholeast money. Attention
Is lm lied to Iilatchley's Improved Brack
et, tho Drop check valve, which can ha
umhflr-.iwn ti'tllintit IUitrl.l.. tt... ini.t.
A??fis! an(l ltsa copper chamber which no(er
jfw ' Hl1 cracks, scales or rusts anil 111 las,t a lllo
'tlffll tlinil rnPftnlil ltlf ilonlitm nml ,l.n,....iln
Ifenerally. in order tolwsuro that you
1,-et lllatchloy's Pudid. bo careful and win
that It lias my trade mark as aboe. It you do not
knnwwhero to bur, descriptive circulars, together
wit h the name and address of tho agent nearest j ou
will bo furnished hy addressing with stamp,
CIIAS. O. III.ATC'HI.EY, Manufacturer,
601, Commorco st Phlladelpnia,
FOR HALE HY
J. SCHUYLER k SON, BloomsW Pa.
-March S la-am
AN ACTUAL BUSINESS INSTITUTION AND
For information call at Office, or send for Collso
VViieueas, by tlio laws of this Commonwealth It Is
inadu lha duty of tho Sheriff of etery county to give
notice of tho general Election, by publication In ono
or moro newspapers In tho county, at least twenty
days K'foro thu election, and to enumerate therein
tho onietrs to ho elected, and to designate tho place
at which tho election Is to bo held,
Therefore, I, lllthael lirover, High Bhertrf of Co
lumbia county, do hireby make known and proclulra
to tho iiuulllled electors of Columbia county that a
general election will lm held ou '1UK.SUAY, "MIE
SECOND OF NOVKMIIFIt, 1W4 (being tho Tues
day next following tho first Monday of said month,)
at the several districts within the county, to "It!
Ileau r ton nslilii, ut tho public house of The. J,
Beuluii township, at tho publle nouso of Illram
Hess, In tho town of lionton.
East lilooui, at tho Court llouso, tn Bloomsburg.
West Hloom. at the Court llouso, In liloomsburg.
Borough of Berwick, at tho store of John McAnull,
In tho borough of Berwick.
Borough of Centralla, at tho public liouso of Wil
liam Pel ter.
liil.in'retk township, at tho public school house
Cutan Issii township, at the public housu of Samuel
KostcnbaiHer, lu tho town of CiUwlssa.
Centre township, at tho fccbool house near Lafay
Norlh conyngham District, at tho school house
near tho colliery of John Anderson & Co.
NcMith Conyngham District, ut the bouso of Thomas
Kilter, lately Uxce) by a vote of the cltUens of that
towu.hlp. , , ,
Flshliigcreek township, at tho school houso near
C. U. Whltu s.
FruuLUu township, at the Ijiwrenco school houso.
Greenwood townsldp. ut the house of Joseph It,
Hemlock township, at tho publlo houso of Chas. II,
DletU'rtch. lu tho town of Buck Kuril.
Joiksou township, at the houso of Eiekle! Cole.
Locust township, ut the publle houso of Daniel
Morris, In Numedla.
Mtltllu township, at tho publlo houso of Aaron
Hess, lu the tow n of iliminvllle.
Madison township, ut the publlo houso of Samuel
''M'loware.fshiP. at the Uouae of it. W.
MMontour township, at tho publlo house of W, It.
T Main towns'hip.'at the publlo houso of Jorcmlab. E.
'Touer"uecreek townsWp, at the houso formerly oc
cupied by Geo. W. Drelsbui h.
Orungo township, ut tho publlo school houso In
rAnolowhsblp. at the Centre School House, lately
fliVdbymotoof the citizens of said township.
Hugurlouf lowulp at the house of AUnas Cole.
Scott townsUI, lh publlo Louse ot Wm. IWtlt,
lnAtPvThlch time aud places tht qualified i elcctora
will elect by UOIot Iht IoUOwIuk Ktt Mid County
COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA,
Ono )icrtin for Governor ot tho commonwealth of
linn Iviranit tAr ISIftln TriMifttirr-r.
linn liprvnn tnr Mt.iintnr fnr Ihn Will lllSlriCt. Com
I"., iluf llvMs.iinlli'stif t'oluinliln, Iruiriltiff, Won-
lim, nn.t Uiitllvii
one i ''rum lor Asswlalo .Imlgoot thorounty ot
One vraoii for Pi'ollionotiry.
oni' person for IU'x""'rniiil Recorder.
(Inn ih'I-miiii for 'rit.iMiiir.
Three persons fort'"inml'wloncrs, (b'ltno elector
io oie lor moro in.in t' n P'-i-miiis.)
Tliiw persons lor Auilltn , fnit no elector to oto
for mniv limn two iei-ni.i
It Is further dlreetod Unit tho election polls of tho
nev rnlilKltlcts shnli I oli'bed nt seven o'clock lu
Hi forenoon, nnd shnll iIhiil' nnen wnnnit liner-
ruptlon or mljoiumnciit until seicn o'clw 1; In the
p ! nlliL, uhiti Mm iiiitln i III In r Inaeil.
I'lirsuaiit lolhe pruMsloiis contained tn tlio ISIli
ft Hon of the Act or Hie General Asscinniy oeing
"A rmtlu'r Kiiiinliii.ii'iit tn 1lu net IpfftllntttUT elfS'-
tli.u'. Ill tills Commonwealth," approved .Inn. 80, ls.4.
Ki "HON l.i. As soon us tho liolls l imit cl'"-e, tho
oniivrs ff I'lu'tlnn shall proceed tn foniil nil tho
Mil. s enst for each rniidldiito uitod for, and make u
mil n ntMi ut Ihn same in liipue.itr, wn:i n reiuni
shl"Mn nilitlltuti. In ntl if Atlitl'tl tlmMitrn rcrf'Ucd
by each enndlcl.itn shnll 1 given after bis or her
name, nr. i in wonisnnu nguui in nguiefv, mm pinm
lie signed by nil ot said oMivrs nnd cei tilled by oier
seers. If any, or It not so eertlllrd, the overseers nml
nnv noirt r rpfiisint- tn fcte-ii nr certify, or either of
them, shall wrllo upon each of tho returns his or
iiieir reasons ior noi. Kiguiuir ur cciuijiiitf iii.-iii.
'Ihn vote, ns soon as counted, shnll also bo publicly
nnd fully declared from tho window to tho citizens
present, and n brief statement showing tho votes
received by each caiidld.Uu shall lie made and signed
by tho election olllcersns soon as tho voto Is counted,
nnd thn same shnll bo Immediately posted up on tho
door of tho election houso for Information ot tho
public. Ihotilpllcato returns shall w eneioseu m
envelopes nnd bo sealed In presenco ot tho onircrs,
and ono envelovie, with the unsealed return sheet,
ptvrii tn tli.. Inilirp. willed Htinll enntnlu one list of
voters. tally-p.icr, nnd oaths of olllocra, and another
oi saiu euvi lopes suau iki gneu iu in" iiiiiiuui., in
spector. All Judges living within twclvo miles of
the prothonotnrj's omcc, or within twenty-four
nines, ll ineir iCMUcncn uo m n ion n, i iu.i.u oi uij
upon tho lino of n railroad leading to tho county
se.it, shall, before two o'clock post mcrlJlnn of the
day nfler tho election, mid nil olhcr Judges shnll.
before twclvo o'clock meridian ot tho second d.iv
ntlcr tho election, deliver said return, together with
return sheet, tn thn nrothonotnrv of the court of
common picas of the county, which said return sheet
shall bo tiled, nnd tho day and hour nt illlng marked
inereon. ami snail no neservtu oy mo iiroiiioiiouiri-
ior piiouc iush.'ciiuii.
Also. inai. wiiero u juuge, uy sivmium m uiuiiuki.i
bln necident. Is unable to attend, then Hie certlllcato
or return shall lio taken chargo ot by onn ot tho in-
ineetors or clerks or l no election oi l nc Ulsincu who
shall do and perform the duties required of said
juugo unaoio to aiiciui.
Tno foUowlng Act ot Assembly, regulating tho
mode of voting In tho Commonwealth ot l'ennsjl
vanla, was passed .March 10, ises, nnd reads thus:
HiLTiov 1. no It enacted bv tho Senate and House
of lleprcscntatlvoot tho Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania In General Assembly met, and It Is hereby en
acted by tho authority of tho same that tlio iiualiricd
voters of the several districts In the several count n
of this commonwealth, at all general, township, bor
ough and special elections, nro hereby hereafter
nutnorLscu aiiu requirco lo voio uy iickcis priiucu ur
written, or partly printed and partly written, sever
ally classified as follows : one ticket shall embrace
liio names ui uu .mugvs oi vuuris vuieu iur. nun
labelled, outside, "Judiciary ;" ono ticket shall em
brace tho names of all the Mtnto onicers voted for.
and to bo labelled "State;" ono ticket sluUl embraco
the names of all county officers oted for, Including
tho oltlco of Senator, and Members of As
sembly, If voted for, and members of Congress, If
voted for, and be labollcd "county i" ono ticket shall
embraco the names of all township officers voted for,
and bo labelled "Township ;" ono ticket shall em
braco tho names of all borough officers v otcd for, and
bo labelled "Borough."
section J. That It shall bo tho duty of thoSherirf
In tho several counties of tho Commonwealth to In
sert In their election proclamations, hcrcattcr Issued
the lirst section of this act,
N0TIC1US JUJHEIIY OIVEN,
Tliat every person oxccntlng Justices of the Peace
and Aldermen, Notaries public and Persons In tlio
uillttU sen Ice of the State, w ho shall hold ur shall
within two months have held any rnco or appoint
ment of protlt or trust under tlio Ur'ted st.ates.or ot
this State, and city or corporatcd district, whether a
commissioned officer or otherwise, a subordinate
officer or agent who Is or shall bo employed under
tho Legislature, Executlvo or Judiciary Department
uf this state, or of any city or ot nny incorporated
district, and also, that every member of Congress
and ot the state Legislature, and o( the select or
common couucil of any city, or commissioners of any
Incorporated district, Is by law incapable of holding
or exercising at tho samo tlmo the olllco or appoint
ment of Judge, Insiiector or Clerk of nny election of
this commonwealth, and that no Inspector, Judge or
other officer of such election shaU.bo eligible to bo
theu voted ror.
Tho Insocctors nnd Judgo ot tho elections shall
meet nt tlio respective places appointed for holding
the election in the district to which they respectively
belong, before beven o'clock in the morning, anil
each of said Inspectors shall appoint ono clerk, who
shall bo a qualified voter of such district.
In case tho iwrson who shall receive tlio second
highest number ot votes for inspector shall not at
tend on tho day of any election, then the person who
shall have received tho second highest number of
voles for Judguattho next preceding election shall
act as insiiector In his place. And In Case tho person
w ho shall hav o rccolv ou tho highest number of votes
for Insm ctor shall not attend, tho person elected
Judgo shall appoint an Inspector In his place and In
cose the person elected Judge shall not attend, then
tho Inspector who received the highest number ot
votes shall appoint a Judgo In Ills plnco-or if any
vacancy shall continue In tho board for tho space of
ono hour otter tho tmo fixed by law for tho opening
ot tlio election, tlio quaimcd voters ot the town-bin!
ward, or district for which such officers shall have
been elected, present ut such election shall elect ono
of their number to nil such vacancy,
It shall lie the duty of tho sovcraj assessors re
spectively to attend at the placo of holding every
general, special or township election, during the
whole timu such election Is kept open, for tho pur
pose of giving information to tho Inspectors and
judges, when called on Hi relation to tho right of any
person assessed by them to vote at such election,
and on such other matters In relation to tlio assess
ment as the said Inspectors or either of them shaU
from tlmo to time require.
No person Bhall bo permitted to voto nt any elec
tion as aforesaid other than a male citizen, of tho
ago of twenty-one years or more, who has been u
citizen of tho United states at least ono month, and
who shall have resided In the stnto at least ono year,
nnd In the election district where bo otters to vote
two months lmmcdl.ltf.lv nrpcpdlnc Mich plppllnn
und. If twenty-two jears of ngo or upwards, havo
within two yours paid a state or county tax which
shall havo been assessed nt least two months and
paid at least ono month before tho election. Hum
citizen ot tho United states who has previously been
a qualified voter ot this State and returned and who
shall have lived In tho election district and paid
taxes, as aforesaid, shall bo entitled to voto otter
residing in this suite six mouths. Provided, that
clUzens ol the United states, between the age ot
twenty-one and twenty-two who havo resided in tho
election district two months, us aforesaid, shall bo
entitled to voto although they shall not havo paid
NO nerson Shall honprmlttpj In vpln wliriCA nnmn
Is not contained In tho list of ttixablo Inhabitants
furnished by tho commissioners, unless, 1'lrst, ho
produces a receipt for Uio payment within tw o v ears
of a state or county tax ussessed agreeably to tho
Constitution and give satisfactory oviilr'nen pltlipr nn
his oath or affirmation or tho oath or affirmation of
other, that he has paid such a tax, or on failure to
luuuuiuii icieii'b Buiui iiiuivu uaiu co uio payuent
thereof. Second. If ho claim the. rivhr. to vmn hv im
lng an elector between tho ago of twenty-one and
twenty-two years, ho shall depose on oath ur affirma
tion that he has resided In this stato ut least ouu
year next before his application, nnd mako such
ijiwi ui i i-un-uiu in uiu lusinct. as is required by
this act, and that ho does vertlv believe fromiiiH ml.
count given him, that ho Is of ago aforesaid, and
such other evidence as is required by this act; whero-
ujnjii mu uuiuu ui uio gUTSOIl lulls UUnillUHl lO VOIO
shall bo Inserted In tho alphabetical liat by tlio In
spectors, and a nolo mado opposite thereto by writ
ing the word "tux,-' If ho snail bo admitted to voto
by reason of luv ing paid tux ; or tho word "ago" by
ho shall bo admitted lo voto by reason of sueu ago
which shaU be called out to tno clerks, who shall
make tho like notes on tho list ot voters kept by
thpm. 1 -
In all COSCS Where tho nnmnnf ihn iuikmi ftnlmln.-
to voto Is not found on tho list furnished by tho com
missioners and assessor, or Ids right to vote, whether
found thereon or hot. is oblected to hv nnv rinnntnvi
citizen, it shall bo tlio duty of the Inspectors toex-
iiiuiuu nuuii iiersou uu oain us 10 his quallllcatlous,
and If ho claims to havo resided within the stato for
onoveor or more his oath hhnii lm hnmcipnt nr.u..
thereof, but ho shall mako proof by at least ono com-
iieieut witness, wuu enuii uo a quauucd elector, that
ue uaa re&iueu iu uio uisinei. iwo months next lm.
mediately preceding shell election, and shall also
himself swear that his bona lido residence, tn pursu
ance of ills lawful calling, Is in said district, and that
he did not removo Into suld district tor the purpose
Ul luuug lui-icm.
Every person quallllcd as aforesaid, nnd who shall
make duo proof, If required, of tho residence and
payment ot taxes as aforesaid, shall bo admitted to
vote In the towushlp, ward or district In which he
If any iwrson shall prevent or attempt to prevent
any officer ot any election under this act from hold
ing such election, or uso or threaten any violence to
any such officer, or shall Interrupt or Improperly In
terfere with him In tho execution ot ids duty, or
duuii uium ui iiid t.muuiv ui u.i-iiuu ill uny WIUUOW
where the same may bo holding, or shall riotously
disturb tho peace at such election, or shall uso any
Intimidating threats, force or violence, with design
to Intlui'jitu unduly or overawo nny elector, or lo
prevent him from voting, ur to restrain tho freedom
in choice, such prson, on conviction, shall be nned
or uny sum not exceeding uvo hundred dollars, and
Imprisoned for any time, not less than tliree nor
moro unui iweivu luonuin, unu u it filial! Do shown
to court, when the trial of such Olfeuce shall bo hod,
that the person so unending was not a resident of
tho city, ward, district or township where tho oilcnce
wus commuted, nnd not entitled to voto therein,
then on conviction ho shall bo sentenced to pay a tine
of not less than ono hundred nor more than ono
thousand dollars, and bo imprisoned not less than
six months nor more thau tw o ) ears.
If any irson, not by law qualltled, shall fraudu
lently vote at any election of this Commonwealth,
or being otherwise qualltled shall voto out of hbi
proper district, or If uny person knowing tho want
of such qualltlcatlou, shall old or procure such per
son to vote, ttie person unending shall on conviction
be lined lu any sum not exceeding two hundred dol
lars, and be imprisoned In any term not excewllug
If any ono shall voto at mora than ono election
district, or otherwise fraudulently voto moro than
once on tho same day, or shall fraudulently fold and
deliver to tlio Inspector two tickets together with
tho intent Illegally to vote, or who shall procure
another to du so, ho or they unending shall, on con
viction, bo lined In any sum not less than flrtynor
mure than lite hundred dollars, and bo imprisoned
for a term not less than three nor moro than twiho
It any person not quail tlsd to voto lu this Common,
wealth agreeably to law (except tlio sonsof qualltled
citizens,) shall uppear ut any placo uf electlou tor tho
purpose of lnlluemlng Uie citizens quallllcd to vote,
ho shall on convlttlou forfeit and pay a sum nut ex
teciUng one hundred Hollars for every such oneuio
and bo imprisoned for a term not exceeding thrto
TUB IlEaiSTOY LAW.
I also giro official notlco to the electors of Colum
bia county that by an act, entitled "An Act further
supplemental to the act relatlvo to the elections of
this Commonwealth," approved April 1th, A. D. 16C9,
II Is prov Ided as follows :
ritCTioN 3. Alter tho assessments havo Ik en com
pleted on tho slxty-llrstday before the Tuesday next
following tho llrst Monday of November In each
year, tlio assessor shall, on tho following day, make
u return to tho county commissioners of tho names
of all persons assessed by him slnee tho return re
quired to bo made by him by the ttrst section of this
act, noting opposlto eaco name the observations and
explanations required to Lo notnl asafoitwaul; and
the county (.ommlssloners sliall lherouioii cause tho
some to bo udded to tho return required by the Ilrst
section of this act, ami a full and correct copy there
of to be made remaining Uio names ot all persona so
returned as resident taxable In said election district,
und furnish thu same, together with Uio necessary
eletuu blanks, to the officers of the electlou In such
electlou district ou or before seven o'clock on tho
morning of the election : and uo man shall be per
mitted to vote at the election on that day whoso
name Is not on said list, uuless he sliall make proof
of his right to vom as hfrctnafier required.
section 10. on tho day of election any person
whose name shnll not appear on Uio registry of
rulers, and who claims the right to vote at suld elec.
Hon. shall nroduce at least ono outlined voter of the
tUstrlul us u witness W Uie residence of the ciaunuot
In tho district tn which ho claims to lie ft voter, for
tho period of nt least two months Immediately pre
ceding s.ild election, which witness sliall bo sworn or
ninrmeu nnu suoscrioo n written or pnruy written
nnd partly printed affidavit to tlio fiicts slntedby
him, which nllldaMt shall define dearly where tho
residence is of tho person so claiming to lm n voter)
and (ho person so claiming I lie right to voto shall also
tako nnd suliscrlbo a written or partly written nnd
partly printed affidavit, slating, to tho liest of ids
know ledge nnd belief, when and where ho was born!
that ho lias been n citizen of tlio United states for
ono month, nnd of the commonwealth of pennsyl
vnnla j that ho has resided In tliocommnwcaltli(mc
year, or. If formerly n tiitalltled elector or a nnllvo
born citizen Iheieof, mill has lemovcd therefrom nnd
returneiL Hint ho (ins resided therein six months,
next preceding said election i that ho has resided lu
tho dlstilct In w lilch ho claims to be n voter for tho
period of nt least two months immediately preceding
said election j Hint ho has not moved into tho
district for tho purpose ot voting therein j that ho
has, if twenty-two jenra of ngo or upwnrd", paid a
sinto or county tax within two jenrs, which wnsns
pessednt least two months nnd paid nt. least ono
month before tho election. The said nffidavlt shall
nlso stato when nnd where the tax claimed to bo
paid by tlio affiant was assessed, nnd when nnd
wherennd to whom paldi anil the tax receipt there
for sliall tin produced fur exatnlnnl Inn, unless tho
ntllnnt shall stnto In his nlililailt Hint It has been
lost or deslmyed, or thai he n.'ver recclied nuyi nud
If a naturalized clllzen, shall also stnto when, where
nnd by what court he wns nntiirallzed, nnd shall nlso
piudtico Ids eertuicate ot naturalization foroxamlna
I Ion. llutlf tho person so claiming Uio right to voto
sliall tako and subscilbo an unid.vi It that no is a na
tive born citizen of tho United states, or, It born
elsewhere, shall stato tho fact In ills affidavit, and
shall produce evidence Hint ho has been naturalized
ur that lie is entitled to citizenship by reason ot his
father's nni unitization, nnd shall further statu In his
affidavit, that ho Is, nt the time or making tlio nlllda
vnt, of tho ngo of twenty-ono nnd under twenty-two
yenrsj that he lias been u clllzen of tlio United
States ono month, und has resided lu tho state ono
car; or, If a natlvo born citizen of tlio stole nnd
removed therefrom nnd returned, that ho has resided
therein six months next preceding said eleelfon, nnd
In tho election district Immediately two months pre
ceding such election, ho shall bo entitled to vote,
although ho shall not have paid taxes. Tho sold
affidavits of all persons making such claims, nnd the
affidavits of the witnesses tn their re.sidnnpi. Minn hn
preserved by tho election board, nud nt thn closo of
tho election they shnll bo enclosed with tlio list of
voters, tally list and other paiiers required by law to
bo llled by tho return Judgo Willi tlio prothonotnry,
and shall remain on lllo therewith in tho protliono
tury's office, subject to examination as other election
upers are. ir tno election otuccrs shall nnd that
ho uliDllcant possesses nil the legal niialineattnns nf
a voter ho shnll lio iiermlttod to voto. nnd his namo
mum uo iiuueii 10 mo lust or iiixaoies oy tno election
officers, tho word "tax," being ndded where tho
vmiiu.ini. i-iiiuns ui vuio uu inx, unu ino woru"nge,'
where bo claims to vote on .lrm Hi enmn -i.r.l.
tlplm flrlrlafl 1.1 llin nlnel u In ....?.1.Tnn A.l......
.. . JJ 1 "' uui.uv.ii.-ii., H--niiVCllCli ,
on tlio lists of persons voting nt such election.
SECTION 11. It Shall hn lawful fur nnv niinlltlpil rltl.
7cnof the district, notwithstanding iho name or tho
proposed voter Is contolned on tho list ut resident
laxables, to challenge tho vote of such person,
whereupon tho somo proof ot tho tight of sutlrago
uui, iuiuiii.ii u, i,i nuuii uo iHiuuciy mime aim
acted on by thu election bniLril.iLiiri thn vfitj.nhnttt..,i
or rejected, according to tho evidence, Kvf ry person
claiming to bo n naturalized dltlzen sliall bo required
to produce his naturalization cei tlllcato at tho elec
tion before voting, except where he has been for nvo
years consecutively n voter In the district In which
ho offers his voto; and on tho voto ot such person
being received. It shall bo tho duty of tho election
officers to wrllo or stamp on such corllrtcato tho
word "voted," with tho day, month and year ; und If
any election officer or officers shall recclvo a second
fukuuu iuu niuneuaj, uj virtue oi 10 same certlll
cote, oxecptlng where sons nro entitled to vote, luv
cause ot tho naturalization of their fathers, they and
the person who shall offer such second voto, shall bo
guilty of a misdemeanor, nnd on conviction thereof
sliall be lined or Imprisoned, or both, at tho dlscre
Honor the court; but tho line shall not exceed nvo
hundred dollars In each case, nor tlio imprisonment
ono year. The like punishment shall be Inliicted, on
conviction, on tlio officers ot election who sliall neg
lect or refuse to moke, or causo to bo made, the en
dorsement required a njorvaald on said naturallza-
UUU IU1 Lllll-lUU,
Section 12. If anv election nmppr kshii T.nfi,Dn .
neglect to require such liroof or tho right or suffrage
as Is prescribed by this law, or t ho law s to which this
. " ouinntjiiicui, iroui nny person offering to voto
whoso name Is not on tho list ot assessed vuters. or
whoso right to vote Is challeniroii hv i.m-iiu ,iinn,i
ter present, and shall admit such person to vote
.mii. imuii mi- stoi iiimuj, uory person so oncnu
Ing shall, upon cumlgtlon, bo guilty ot a misde
meanor, unq shall bo sentenced, for every such or
rence. to nav n nno not pTepprlim- ih-p ii..itw,.i .ini
lars. or tu undergo an lmnrlson tnpnf. nnf. mni. Ih.n
one year, or both, at tho dlscrcUon ot tho court.
section 7. Tho respcctlvo assessors, inspectors and
Judges of tho elections sliall each have Uio power to
administer oaths to any person claiming tho right to
bo assessed or tho right of suffrage, or in regurd to
any other matter or thing required to bo done or In-
ntllmd lntn liv nnv nr wlrl r.nip..n. .,.i. ..t.i.
and any wilful false swearing by any person In relo-.
. I. . "r1 ""'j--'-1 "i imug cuuceniiug vvnicii they
shall bo lawfully ; interrogated by nny oi said officers
or overseers shaU bo punished as perjury.
Section 18. Tho assessors shall each rccelvo the
samo compensation for tho tlmo necessarily spent In
performing the duties hereby enjoined, as is provided
by law to assessors making valuations, to be paid bv
the county commissioners as in other cases, and it
shall cot bo lawful tor auy assessor to assess a tax
against any person whatever within sl.uy.ono clays
next preceding tlio annual election In November:
any violation or this provision shall bo u misdemean
or, and sub ect thn ntllcer m i,ir,.n,u.,,. ,n ,i.,
conviction, not exceeding ono hundred dollars, or to
..,..w...,.,iv.,v,(uv VAVucuiui; uilCU U10UIUS, OT OOIU,
at the discretion of tho court,
SECTION 4. On tbmietltlnn nf IH-n r. tv.AM nlil,nn
of any election district, setting forth that the pa
polntmcnt of oversoers is a reasonable precaution to
, T ..i." .V 1 . ",;' ""'"iies-jui uiu eieciion in saiu
d strict, it shall bo tho duty of tlio court ot common
picas of tlio proper county, all tho law Judges ot the
said court ablo to act at tho tlmo concurring, to an
pulnt two Judicious, sober and intelllgentlclilzcns of
tiiuouiumainLniciuuL'ui; 10 uiuereiit pouucai par
ties, overseers or election tn Riinprvuo In,. r..'.,i
lngs of election officers thereof, and to mako report
flf tll U-ITTIl, flU lllilir nr1, Iw, ...m.luj t . - ' . .
... w J uv luuuueu uy suen court.
Said overseers sh.dl be persons quallllcd to serve
upon ctectlen boards and shall have tho right to bo
present with tho officers ot such election during tho
vyholo tlmo tho samo Is held, Uio votes counted? and
Uie returns made out and Mcneii bv tii pipr-tim. V.m.
cers; to keep a list of votors.lt they sec proper; to
challenge any person offering to vote, mid Interro
gate mm and his witnesses under oath, tn regard to
his papers produced; and tho officers ot sold elec
tion are required to afford to said overseers, so select
ed ana appointed every convenience and facility for
tho discharge of their duties; und if sold election
officers sqall refuse to. permit said overseers to bo
present, und perform their duties as aforesaid, such
on leer or on cors shnll lm irniitvnf n .,,u,i. .,.,.,,
and on conviction thereof shall be nned not execed-
iuii uua uiuusuiiu uouurs, or imprisonment not ex
ceeding one year, or both, in tho discretion of too
court: or If thenvcis.pprKt.h.'in im iirii.-,.n nWn
tho polls by vlolencoor lnUmldatlon, all tho votes
njuuu ui puui uicuuvii uisinct uiay no reiocted bv
ho nioner tribunal trvlnir a contest. iinri,.rt.,i,i ,,ij.
tion, or a part or portion ot such votes aforesaid may
lm counted, n.s Mirh trlliiinnl iiAnM ...
a Just and proper dlsposlUon ot tho case.
section 1. Any assessor, election officer or person
apiiolnted as nn overseer, who shall neglect or refuse
to nerform anv dutv cnlolnnii iivtnw npr wiihn...
reasonablo or .legal cause, shall bo subject to a pen
alty of ono hundred dollars; and if any assessor
sn.iu luiu.iiiiijij' iiMi'ss uny person as a voter who Is
not qualified, or shall wilfully retusn tn ussps n,.v
one who Is qualllled.hu shall bo guilty of a misde
meanor in office, aud on conviction bo punished by a
lino not exceeding one thousand dollars, or Impris
onment not exceeding tw o j oars, or tiotli, at tho dis
cretion of tho court, and also bo subject to an acUon
for damages by tho party aggrieved : and If any per
son shall fraudulently niter, add to, deface or destroy
any list of voters mado out as directed by this act.
or tear down or removo tho samo from tho place
where It has been tlxed, with fraudulent or mist nicy-
uua uiiLiii, ur iur uny improper purpose, tno person
so offending shall bo eul tv uf a inisiipininnnr ,,..,i
on conviction shall bo punished by a lino not exceed
ing uiuiiuuuii-uiiuimi s, ui uiiiinsumneut not exceed
ing uiuiuui'. u uutn. ui. iuu ui-scri'Liiin nr inn nrnri-
and If anv nerson shall, by violence nr inti,i,i.,ii,,
drive, or attcmnt to drive from thn nniis nnv ,.rt.,
or persons apiwlu ted by tho court to act as overseers
of on election, or In nny way wilfully prevent sold
overseers from performing Uio duties eujolned upon
them by this net, such lierson shall bo guilty of a
misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall bo
punished by a lino nut exceeding ono thousand dol
lars, or o v imprisonment not exceeding two years, or
both, at tho discretion of thn court. Anv npin,, uhr.
shall, on tho day of any election, visit u polling placo
In any election district at which ho ts not entitled to
vote, and shall uso uny Intimidation or violence for
uiu puiimMi ui I'leveuuug uny umcer of election
from ncrformlue Ihn duties reoulred nf nun liv i..w
or tor tho punwso of preventing any quallllcd voter
of such district exercising hlsilghl tuvote.orfrom
exercising ills right to challenge uny person offering
to vote, such ierson shall bo deemed guilty ot u luts-
ticiiictuiur, nun uiiuii luiiTituuii mereoi snail 00 pun
ished by n lino not exceeding ono thousand dollars,
or by Imprisonment not exceeding two years, or both,
at tho discretion or Uio court. Anv riprk-. mpt-w,...
or election officer, who shall dlsdoso how any elector
shall havo vouhI, unless required to do so us a wit
ness In a Judicial proceeding, sliall bo guilty or a mis
demeanor, uud upon conviction thereor shall bo nun.
Ished by u tlno not exceeding ono thousand dollars
or by Imprisonment not exceeding two years of
both. In the discretion or tho court. '
In obedience to Uio requirement of tho Governor
ot tho commonwealth ut Peniisj lvanla, I hereby
tfuuitfi. .J . ...-.v.... ...U..IU.U. ii, vji im uunsiKU
lun of tno United States, tho Act of Congress en
forc lng Uio same, and too Act of Assembly relatli c
Tho Fifteenth Amendment of Uio Constitution of
uiu uiiiiu niiiu-s is us WIIUWH I
"KrCTiON 1. Thu right ot citizens of the United
States to vote shall not bo denied or abridged by the
fui...u iiiaii-i v. wj .j uu uiiuuut ui race,
color, or previous condition of servitude."
"Sicno.N i. Tho Congress shall havo power to en
force this urtlclo by appropriate legislation,"
An Act to enforce tho right of cltiirnsof tiimimi.
etl suites to voto in tho several states of this Union
and for other purposes :
"Section 1. lis it enacted bv tiir rpui,i ...
House oh Hei'kesestatives ok the United States op
Amebic in coniiiiess Assi.ubi.eii, That all citizens of
ino iiniu'u nuues, who are, or snau bo otiierwlso
iiuoiuii;u uj iuu iu luMJiikuuj viviiiuuuyiuoiieonie.
lu any state. Territory, district, county, city, parish
township, school district, municipality, or other ter!
mortal sub-division, shall bo entitled und allowed to
voto at all fauch dictions, without distinction of race
color, or prev lous condition of scrvltudo j auy Con!
sutution, law-, custom, usage, or regulation of anv
State or Territory, or by, or under Its uuUiorlty. to
the contrary notvvlllistandlng." '
Section vi, Ano but fuutheh enacted, That If by
or under tho authority ot too Constitution or laws of
any stato, or the laws ot any Territory, any act Is or
shall bo required to bo donous a prerequisite ur (.uai.
tllcatlon for voting, und by such Constitution or law
Iiersons or officers who shall Iw charged with toe
lierformanco ot duties in furnishing to ttUzonsan
opiiortunlty to perform such prerequisite, or to be
some qualltled to voto, It shall bo thu duty of every
such person and officer to glvo Wall citizens of too
United btales, tho samo and equal opportunity to
I crform such prcrequWto, und to bocorue qualltled to
voto without distinction of race, cnlni-. nr Tir..vi.A..u
condition of servitude: and It uny such iwrson ur
officer shall refuse or knowiugly omit to give full
effect to tola section, ho shall, tor every such offence
forfeit and pay Uie sum ot nvi hundred dollars to
the person aggrieved thereby, to bo recovered by an
action ou the cose, w Ith full costs and such allowance
tor counsel fees as too court shall deem lust, aud
shall also, for every such offence bo deemed guilty of
u misdemeanor, and shall on conviction tkercor. bo
fined not less than five hundred dollars, or bo Im
prisoned nol less than ono month, and not more than
one year, or both, at the discretion of tho court."
A further supplement to Uio act relatliiL tu dec
tlnna In t litu (VmitnniiH'pfillh , "
"Section 19. 'inat so much of every act of Assem
blvnsnrovidcslkatonlv white, freiiiiipn uiinii tu.
titled tu voto or lm registered as voters, or as claim,
lng to voto at any general or Biecial election ol this
Cumttionweullh, uo and too samo Is hereby repealed1
and that hereafter that all freemen, without distinc
tion of color shall bo enrolled and registered accord
ing to too provision ol the Urst socilon of too act un
proved lho nth day ot April, lsu, futiucd "An Act
further supplements to lho act rtUtlng to tho elec
Hons ot this Commonwealth," and when otherwise
qualined under existing laws, bo enUUed to vote ut
all general and special cleitlons In this Common
woultii." Given under my hand, at my office, In Uloomsbure,
this II to day of Hcpiembcr.ln too j ear of our I-crd one,
thousand eight hundred and scvenly-ttve, aud lu the
one hundrelU JCMOt Uio Independence ot thu Unit
ed Slates, MW1IAEL UliOVKH,
Sheriff of Columbia County,
Dloouuburg, Va., September IT, Wt,
Denier in Law Blnnks, Sunday School Librnricy, Donository of lho
Pennsylvania Biblo Society,
WINDOW CURTAINS, WALL PAPER, PICTURE FRAMES, REWARD CARDS.
Hooks and supplies not on hand can bo furnished
On Short Notice at tho Most Itcusonablo Ji'aics.
Store in Exchange Hotel
Oct. 8, ISM
NEW MUSLINS, '
COLLARS AND CUFFS,
LADIES NEW KID GAUNTLETS.
NICE ASSORTMENT DRESS GOODS PROM 25
CENTS AND UPWARDS.
NEW PALTj PRINTS TO ARRIVJ3 THCS WEEK
AT THE POPULAR CASH ST011E OF
W. P. JONES & CO.,
EW STOCK OP CLOTHING.
Gentlemen's Dress Goods.
Invites attention to I1I3 largo ana elegant stock ot
Cheap an! Fashionable ClotMci
MAIN STREET, IN THE NEW BLOCK,
where lie has Just received Irom Now York ana Phil
adelphia a full assortment ot
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including tho most fashionable, durablo and'
AND OIL CLOTH,
COATS AND PANTS,
OP ALL SOItTS SIZES AND COLOItS,
no has also replenished his already largo stock or
CLOTnS AND CASSIMBKBS,
AND TLAIN VESTS,
lie has constantly on hand a largo and well select
ed assortment ot .
Cloths and Vestings,
which ho la prepared to mako to order Into any kind
ot clothing, on very short notice, and In tho best
jtner. All his clothing is mado to wear and most
ot It Is o( homo manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELKY,
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION, FINE AND CHEAP.
HIS CASE OP JEWELRY IS NOT SURPASSED IN
CALL AND EXAMINE HIS OENERAL ASSORT
Clothing, Watches, Jewl
HAVING resumed tlio business of Merelian
discing at bis Old Store, ou
MAIN STREET, I1L00JISI1UR0,
NEAK THE 10UKH I10TEI,
Desires to call tho attention of his Friends mwltho
Publlo generully.o his
NEW, FULL AND VARIED
STOCK OF GOODS,
And solicits a sharo ot publlo patronago
HIS STOCK CONSISTS OP
HOOTS X SHOES,
VLOUlt AND FEED
In connection with Ula stock ol Mtrcnandlso he
constantly keeps on hand In his yard.
A FULL STOCK OF
Dressei ani Miroil Lie,
AND B1I1NULEH (If HIS MANUFACTURE.
Bill Lumber made a 'upeciulity.
CALL AND HIiU..
HE HAS THE
FINKMODS, LATEST STYLES,
AND EMPLOYS THE
For Good Fits nnd Promptness In tilling orders
mere is tno placo to go.
Ills goods are tclectort with caronndhlsCUSVOM
WORK will compare favorably with tho best effort
or tno lasuiouablo City Dealer.
TIE KEEPS A LAltQi; STOCK OP
BOYS' & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
At Astonishingly Low lTlccs.
A. J. EVANS.
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
TX7M. P. I10DINE. Iron Street Lelnw or.
. T ond, IJloomsbunr. Pn.. Is prepared to do al
In tho best styles, nt lo-west prices, and at short
Parties Inn lng such wor todowll saveraoneyty
.work warranted to giro satisfaction. Order
WM. F. I10DINE.
Mar. , '74-ly.
FARMERS TAKE NOTICE!
It li of great iuiportanco to you what kind of
manure you apply to your Wheat Land? this fall. If
you want a good crop of Wheat next season, awl n
heavy crop of Grass to follow, use.
Raw Bono Super Phosphate
Put up lu iiOOlti bags.
Tho baso of this Old Established Article- Is Raw or
Unburned Hones, nnd Its Mrenglli cannut bo ox.
Iinusted with the crop of Wheat, but Mill pro 0 i f
fectlvo on tho following crop ot Urns, and will also
permanently lmproo tho soil.
Farmers look to jour own Intercbtsand iinnotf
wuat u 0 say about
Baugh's Haw Bono Phostihato
lstruoor false, and notify us of tlio result. Make
application lor It early to jour nearest Dealer In
Manures, and It you cnunot bccuio 11 through thciu,
send j our orders direct to your friends
BAUG-II & SONS.
Aug. 10-M. PHILADELPHIA & BALTIMORE,
TN PUItSUANUE OV AN ORDER OF
I lho Oruhnn's Court of Columbia eountv. tho un.
uerslgucd, acting lixicuUir ot tho last Will ami Tes
tament oi Afiam uuoie, uiu 01 ino lownsnip Of
llo.d liigci'ecW, 111 said county, deceased, v, Ul expose
IU puouu buio 011 uiu jneiuiaes, ou
SATURDAY,' OCTODER Dili, 1875,
commencing at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon of bald da)',
lho following uu&eriovu Itui uouuu, iu nni
aii iimin rinin nlico. iiarLtl or tract of landbltu-
ato. U lng and being In tlio townshlnof llourlngcreek,
In said eountv, bounded and described as follows, to
wit: Adjoining lands ot Solomon btrauscr on tho
Wl'St, UinUS 01 Bumuci num u inw iiui 111, luiiua vi
.lull 11 luce on tho eabt, and lands ot Oliver Evans on
Iho houtli, containing
mc.ro or less, nearly all cleared land, whereon aro
'I'WO-HTORV FRASIH DWELLING 1I0UHE,
A Framo Hank Ham and other out.bulldlngs. Thero
Isou tho premises 11 good Apple (irihurd, and oilier
fruit Also, good wnterontho premises. Possession
given 1st of April, ism.
CONUITIONH OF HA I.E. Ten per cent, of thoone.
fourth of tho purchase money to bo paid at tliuhtrlk.
log down of tho projierly, tho ono-fourtli less tho ti n
wr tr.iit. at thu eonlirmatlod of tho sale und tho bal.
unco In ono year therealter, with lutertbt Iroui con
.tu nisi, ot said bule.ufoA(j VAllmNf)EUi
Bop. IUU Acting Executor.
1UJTi0Ni-Iy wifo Ellen linvlng lift my
; home, lied uud board, n llhout Just cause of
complaint, 1 hereby Inform ull persons that 1 v(ll
puv no debts sho muy contract. JACOD B'lROUi'.
Wt.Plettsau, October 1,1M0. ;
ForDIsoa.ios of tho Tliroat and Luncs,
suoli ns OourIis, Colds, VliooplnK
CoukIi, Hronchltls, Asthma,
Atnonp lho preiit
ilUeovcr c of modern
Jfclence, few nio of
Jinoro real vnluo In
. mankind thnn IliU cf-
' fcclunl remedy for fill
f illwn'ct of tlio 'llnont
"ami I.unc. A vat
trial of IU virtue,
throughout tlit nnd
other countrlc", lm
fliown Hint It doc
nrolf ntwl rlTni-llmHir
control them. Tho ttntlmnny of our best clll
rem, of nil clnc, etublllies Hie fact, Hint
Ciiniuv l'icinu.ii, will ntnl doe relievo nii.l
euro Hie nllllctliig ilionlers of tlio Tliront ami
l.mupi beyoinl nnv otlier mecllclne. 'Iho mot
ilnnseroiH nlli-cHofH of tlio Pulmonary Orpin
yield lo Hi power) nnd cnei of Consumption,
cured hytlii prcinriitlon, nro publicly l.uowii,
tn remnrknble ni hardly to bo believed, wero
thev not proven bcvmiil "dlimle. A n remedy,
It ft ndc'iunle, on 'which liio publlo may rely
for full protection. Hy curliiR CohrIi, Uio
forenmneri of mora fcriotn dl'ciue, It fni'9 un
numbercd lives, nnd nn amount of Hifferlng not
to bo computed. It challenge trlnl, ami con
vince tho mot nccptlcnl. livery fmnlly hbuld
Keep it on hand n n protection npint the early
nnd unperecived nltnek of l'ulinoiinry Affec
tion", which nro ea-ily met nt firt, but which
becomo Incurable, null too often fatal, If neg
lected. Tender hint; need till ilcfcnco) nnd It
Is unirlso to bo without It. As n jafi'Ktmrd lo
children, amid Hio dllrc!lnp dl'0.ie which
lict tho Tliroat nnd Chejtof chlldliood.Ciiniiir
PriirmiAI. I Invaluable! for, by It timely lie,
multitude nro rescued from premature grave,
nnd saved to the lovo nnd ndecHon centred on
them. It acts speedily nnd surely npiinst ordl
mry cold, sceurlni sound nnd lienlili-re'lorlng
sleep. No one wl(l sillier troubleomo llillll.
vnr.a and painful Ilrnuclilll, when they know
how ealiv lliev can bo cured.
Originally tlio product of long, laborious, nnd
successful chemical investigation, no cost or toll
is sp'ircd in making every botllo In Hie utmo't
possible perfection. It may be confidently relied
upon n poscslng nil tho virtues it hii ever
exhibited, nnd cnpablo of producing cine n
nicmoniblo ns tlio grentest It has ever effected.
Dr. J. C, AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical niul Analytlcnl Chemists.
SOLD UV ALL IJliUUOlSTS EVUllYWlIEnE.
A HEAVY STOCK,
CSieapes? tkazi Ever!
S. H, MILLER & SON
Have Just llcccivcd
the largest and best supply ol
CHEAP AMD' FASHIONABLE
They havo ecr ottered totuclr friends aud cus
Cloths, Ossiineres, anil Satinotts
for JIEX'S WEAR,
Clotli.s, Alapacas, Merinos,
for LADIES' AVEAR,
CALICOES, JIUSLINS, CA.M1IIUCS,
anil every variety of Dry OomU ileslreil.
Carpets, Mats, Ottomans,
CLOSED OUT AT COST
incltnlliifj all tlio vanelien of
COFFEIiS, TEAS anil SUGARS,
anil .1 general supply of articled useful for the
tablo always on liaml.
CALL AND SEE.
Country proiluco nf all kinil taken in ex
chnngo for goods at cash price.",
Oct, 30,'74-tt ,
T. L. GUNTON, Proprietor,
MAIN STIHXT. Iini.OU JIAUKllT.
Manufacturer of and L'cakr in all kinds of
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WOKKS
WousotliobestAMIllllCAN and ITALIAN Marble,
Ho has ou hand and turnlshes tu order
URNS, VASES, Ac,
Hvery variety of Mnrblo cutting neatly executed at
tho lowest market pi Ices.
A loiiB practical experience and personal attention
to biulnenH 111al.es the proprietor eunlldeiit of uU loir
snlM.iiilon. All orders by mall pioiiipllyattendeu
tiiS"X. Jl. Work ddhcmlfne of 'fmrrCtBa
AUjf.JM, 74-ly. 't. U (lUN'I'dN, I'roprlelor,
$S85oo pse toostT
sou foul il.'iiosit imiiortiMl oxilusivoly liy
win. irn i" iiimii nun 1 11 tlUUTIva.
Ana!sHoiu'.rich ijacainUiualily KiiarunUrd. Sto
Duiujuvn twin i'ii i;ui.Ub-,UH iriuu u)- lieuit'ars Kt'lltTaiiy
.JUSIAIl ,1. AlililuN'S SONS,
No. A S. UeUwaro Avenuo rhlladelnlii.i.
Molsturo, (let. at loo c.
Ort'anlo JIattcr, lil.ss, capablo ot pioducluir
Airunoniu, - - ,
rloluablu and rroilpltatcd l'hosphorlo Add,
Uuual to ruclnltalid una liono I'hosplmte,
Unflcconiiiosril Hono I'hospliate,
1'RICE, W8 I'EIt TON.
racked lu bafc's of 800 lis. each.
BAUGH Sa SONS,
No. SO South Ik-la. wuro Avenue, riilladelphla,
Ko, ion Houth btiut, Ilaltlmoro,
Qvov Thitfy-fonv Compctiiovs
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
pilILADEl.l'IIA AND READING ROAD
ARRANGEMENT OK PASSENGER
MAV 8d, 197.1.
TIUIS3 t.KAVC Ilb'I'EIlT AS lOUOWH (RrNPAVKXCErTED
ror New York, rhlhulelpliln, llendlng, rottMlllo
Tamnqnn, Ac, 11,33 a. in
l'or cntanlwa, ll,3;i a. 111. nnd ",r.r, p. m.
For Wllll.imsport,0,iis a. in. and -1,00 p. in,
TltAlNS 1 OU lllTEKT 1 1'AVK AO I 01.1 OWf, (Bt'MiAY FX
I cave Now York, 11,15 a.m. .
Learn rhlladclphl.1, li.lfin. 111.
Leave Heading, 11,3 in. in., 1'ottsTlllc, 12,10 p. 111.
and Tanuqun, 1,30 p. in.
Li-aM-U.UuhKs.1, c,2iin. m. and 1,00 p. m.
I.e.no Wllll.inisporl, 9,'jiin. m. mihI r.,(ici p. m.
l'lu-si-ncr-i to and from ami Philadelphia go
throufh v llhout chaugo of cars.
.1. . WOOTKN,
May 8, lS"4-tf. Cenernl Supeilnteiident.
Tinic-Tnblo No. 3-J, Takes effect at 4:30 A. M
TIIl'KSHAY, DIX'Il.MlIUIt in, 1S74.
p.m. p.m. p.m.1
n.m. p m, p.m.
Ill 111 2 211 ll 3D
ll) I I 2 21! (', 35
IS HI 2 33 I! II
10 17 2 41 I! Ml
10 25 2 Ml 7 llll
10 2D 2 r5 7 111
III III 11 01 7 It
in 3 3 (II 7 10
10 15 3 15 7 25
III Ml 3 2' I 7 III,
II) M 3 25 7 4ri
11 llll 3 31 7 Ml
I I 05 3 si; 7 58
It 111 3 41) 8 12
11 18 3 5!) 8 15
11 32 4 05 8 35
II 411 4 21 8 r
11 fht I 2S 11 (15
12 1 4 31) 7 00
12 ' S 4 45 7 12
12 12 1 .VI 7 IS
12 17 1 Ml 7 25
12 2( 5 05 7 3S
12 112 5 12 7 47
12 37 5 18 7 65
12 11 5 21 8 1!!
12 15 5 30 8 111
1 113 5 4S 8
III 5 5S. 8 4S
III IS 113 8 ,v;
131 I! 2l 'J 211
p.m. p.m. a.m.
iz 1 nit
VI '1 1 8 Ull
12 11 S -J.1
II 45 X 13
11 .11 h in
11 20 7 KI
7 35 12 411
7 3'l 12 41
7 2.5 12 3(1
7 111 12 30
7 15 12 2ii
7 U. 12 ll!
0 ,M 12 III
..Milck.-Iilnny . ..
0 S5 11 41!
(! 2S 1 1 .".'.)
I! 2D 11 31
II 13 11 22
0 18 11 17
0 113 11 11
5 t,3 II 112
1 11 1 11 1 1
fi 411 10 55
5 III 1l 1.1
.'. 31 11) 43
5 !!ll III 4l
. .nun. .1 r- 11c 11...
5 12 111 22
.', 112 HI 12
4 f.7 ll) IK
4 41) !) .'.
Superintendent's Oillce, Klnjtou,
, .Mmcli 1st ( .
CENTRA I, RAI1AVAY
On and ufler Not ember
:i)(li, 1S73, trains ttllllcato
I.'ilo Mall B.20 a. ra arrive Klmlra.', ll.no a. 111
" (.'amunl,ili;u,i., . ii.35 p. in,
" llocbcMcr 5.15 "
" Nl.i4rar.i y.411 "
ltcnoto ncconimod.il ion 11.10 n. m. uiilto Williams
01 1 12.55 p. in.
nimli a .Mall 4.15 u. in., unit 0 Klmlra 10.20 a, in.
lluiaio llxprcss 7.15 a. 111. 111 rlt u llululo S.to u. in.
Uuirnlo Uxprcss 2.50 a. in. nrrlte llnrrl.sbiirs 4.50 n.m
" H.1III11101118.111 "
Llmlra.Mall 11.15 a.m., arilvo ll.iirhbuiK l.M) p. m
" WiLshlnittuu 10.30 "
" Il.1ltln1010O.311 "
" Washington S.30 "
Harrbburg accommodation 8.40 p. m. arilvo Hauls,
burg 10.50 p. 111.
nrrlvo lialllmoiu 2.25 a. m.
" W'ashli-.Klon 0.13 "
Ilrlo -Mall 14.M a. m. nrrlio llarrlslnirg 3.05 a. in.
" Ilaltlmoro 8.10 "
" Washington 10.35 "
All d.iUy except Sunday.
1). M. 110YD, Jr., Ueneral IMsscngcr Agent J
A. .1. CASSATT, (Icneral Manager;
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
l'liilaui'lnhla fi: Erie I!. It. Division.
SUMMER TIME TAIIIjE.
ON anil after SUNDAY, MAY 23,1, 187.',,
tho trains on tho i'hllaik-lnhla Sz Krlo It.dl
HoailDltlsonttmruu as follows:
l-'AST UNU leaves New York
" " " I'lilluii-Iplila.
" " " liulllnioio
" " " ll.irihbiii-g
" " arr. ut tvilli.im.pnrt
" " " 1K-k 11-iten
Will: MAIL leaves New Yen k
" " " ILiiilsbiiri,'
" " " Wllll.uiiport
" " " IjKk ll.ncn
" " " Henovo
" " nrr. nt Kilu
... n 25 a. in
..,12.55 p. m
... 1.20 p. in
.. 5.111) p. in
.. b.55 p. in
. .10.20 p. lu
..11.50 p. Ill
. 8.25 p. m
...11.55 p. lu
. . 4.25 11, la
. . 8.S5 11. Ill
. . U.45 11. m
.. 11.11511, m
... 7. 0 p 111
NI.UIAUA llXl'ltnss leaves Illl.uielphla.. 7.40 a. m
" " " II.1III11101V 7.35 a. m
" lliiirMnirg. .. .10X511. m
" " air. at tt llll.imsKirt.. l.M p !
' l.l L- II.H..N I, IR . . '
" " " HellOtu
. 4.30 p. m
, s 3D a, 111
1 25 p. lu
I'.IO l. in
7.30 p. Ill
KI.MIItA MAlI.leates Hillailelphla
" " " lliirrbburg
" " air. at tt llll.im.spiirt
' ' " Ukk lluten
I'llIIVA EXl'IIUSS leates hock Ilatcn...
" " " tvilll.imspoit...
" " urrlvcsat IliiriMiing
" " " ll.lllllllOlu
" " " I'lilUdelnhla...,
" " " New York
DAY UXTIIIISS leates llenoto
" " " lin k Hilton. ..
" " " Wllllaiitapmt,,
" " nrr. at lliiiihbiiiL'
" " riiiiiub-ii.iii.i..,
' " " New Vol k
" " " llalllmoro
,.. 7.5.1 a. 111
,.11 45 11, in
., 11.15 p. Ill
.. S.U5 p. Ill
1. 0.15 jl. in
... 0.10 a m
lo. 5 a, in
..11.35 a. 111
.. 8.01) p. m
., C.211 p. in
.. 'J 15 p. Ill
., C.! p. Ill
.11.20 a, 111
.. 8.25 p. Ill
. 0.45 p. m
. 2.2511. h
.. 7.35(1 111
U.45 II. lu
.. 3.55 a. 111
,. T.85U III
, 7.35 11. hi
..10.25 II, III
Ullli: MAIL leaves Krlo
" " llenoto
" ' 1.01k Haven
" " Wllll.nnspoit
" arr. at ll'inUlmri;
" " li.illlinoro
" New York
1'ABT LINK leat is Wllilnmspoi t
air. at iiiirmuunr
" New York...,
Krlo Mull West, Nlairarn Kxpress West. Klmlni
Mall tVoht and Day Kxpii-HSKusf mako ilooconiu e.
tlou nt Northumberland tilth I.. II. II. It, trains for
IIMIL ..lj.II..... .i.i.l Ui'riintri,,
Krlii Mull tVefat. Nluiruril KMiroKS Wokt. nnil l'litilm
Mall Went miikoelow) coniiielioii ut ttlllUiiniiori
Willi N. 1'. It. tV. trains Norm.
Urlu Mull KUfcliuid Wil. Mngar.i Kxpiowi West
l'iii,t 1.I110 Weblnnil Dav l.xnrciM R11t111ui.11 nru.,.
comieellon ut li-k llaten mill ll. 1,'. V, ll ll., Irulns
1.110 JUUll lahi iiiui nesi l-oillli'll, ill kuo tilth
ruins 011 I. H. .t M. H. It. II.. at I'nirv ullh 11 i- a.
V, It. It. at Kiniwiltiin with II. N. Y. & V. It. It., and
ul 1)1 111 wood wllh A. V, II. II.
I'.irior inrs win run lciwooii I'liiiudchihla mid
WIUlainsHj 1 011 Nluiraru Kxjiieha ttoM.rast I.I110
West, Philadelphia Kxprcss Kast anil Hay Kxpress
liust. bleeping I'ura on ull night tratiiH.
W.M. A. JIAI,DVIN,
Jan. 8,ir-tl tltncruisupti