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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
'"' oo nun (i. rniiuv, apiiii, 7, 1170
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Accommodation Train ui A, M,
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Mall Train 7,40 a.M
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Lxpress Train i,m ji, ji,
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Accommodation Train (Ms A.M.
Regular Express .t,s P. M.
11,3.1 A. M
Through cars on Kxpress train cither to New Yoi k
or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between
Uatawlssa anil Wllllamiiwrt.
"Ilelknaii" was in town last wcik. He canio
to get some slides made.
lit. Nov. M. A. Da Wolfe Howe, llisliop of
central l-eiiiisylvani.i will visit Danville on llio
1M of May.
Tlio Villi making 1111 appropriation for our
Normal .School p.wcil llio lluiio finally on
We arc infornieil that thcru nro now thirty
three candidate for Blierifl, In this county, with
Hcvcr.it township yet to hear from.
A man by the name of Adam Waldcr com
milled suicide by hanging himself In a stable
at Ashland, last V'riday. Cau?c not known.
James 0. Ilrown, editor of the HqmbUcan
of this place, lithe representative delegate from
this district to the Ilepnblicaii National Conven
tion. Lust Friday, Mr. McIIcnry, our representa
tive at Ilnrrisuiirfr, culled up tl.c bill linking
nu appropriation for the Illootnsuurg Stato Nor
mal School and It pasicd second rending.
The trout fishing season began lat Saturday,
April HI., and continues until August lolli.
Wo have not heard much tall: among our fish
erinan in yel.
Wayne Salltuan of Clinton county has kill
eleven C.itainoiinN this winter. What a howl
ing wilderness that Clinton county mint be, to
The many friends of lion. W. W. Ketehum
will be gl.ul to learn that he is slowly recover
ing his health, For a time his lifu was despair
The Home Trade Journal undoubtedly has
the largest circulation of any paper in Jflnonis
burg. Six copies of last week's issue were ci'r
culatcd in our front vard. A liberal carrier
The front of the MclCelvy mansion was ma
terially ailing last week by the. transforma
tion of a window into .1 door. The room which
was formerly a parlor, is to bo used lis a store
Michael Orover is the second Sherill' who
has died whiNt in office, since the organization
of Columbia County "in 1S13. Shei iff John
Underwood died during his term of office in
A substitute for the postal card is under con
sideration by the post-oflicu department. It is
.1 stamped sheet, of about note-paper size with a
gummeJ edge, to serve a both paper and en
velope, which is to eon two tents.
The Working man heretofore published at
Potlsville will hereafter be published in Wilkes
H.irrc. The first issiio from the latter place will
be on May Oth, the removal of the office,
necessitating a temporary suspension.
Tho weather last Saturday was as favorable,
as could bo looked for at this time of year, and
those who were compelled to change their places
of residence on that day, are to be congratula
ted on what may be called their good fortune.
A farmer out West claims to have a hog
which weighs 1,350 pounds and can be made
to weigh 1S00 pounds. The animal is eleven
feet long. The owner is willing to send the
hog to tho Centennial if the cost of transporta
tion is paid.
Wo have just learned of the whereabouts of
that early robin which visited JSIoomshurg a
few weeks ago. It got its feet wet, caught pneu
monia and is now eating rice, gruel and Bago in
Georgia and waiting for a rise in the thermome
ter. A couple of men were incarcerated in the
lock-uii on Saturday night anil shortly after one
of them became quarrelsome and drew a' knife
on bis companion. He was promptly hand
culled and passtd the night with those uncom
fortable braecltts on his wrists.
A brace of convivial fellows from the south
side of the river were taken to the lock-up on
Sunday in a hopeless state of inebriation.
They had a horse and buggy which were placed
in the stable of Laycock's hotel until the oun
ers recovered their usual condition of sobriety.
On Monday last the county commissioners
allotted contiuct for building a bridge over
Little Fi.-hiiigoicek near Jacob Christian's be
tween Jackson and l'ine townships to William
I Manning for $25'J, and for a bridge over tho
same near Kckman's between Greenwood and
l'ine, to Joseph Medline Jr. for S-1U3.
Can any one inlorm us bow it is that Faster
comes this year on the lClh ol'Apiil. Accord
to the l'rayer Hook, Foster alwajs comes on
the Sunday inunidiately after the full moon
oecuring on or next after tho twenty first day of
March, The full moon next ufter the twenty
first of Mai cii, this year, is on the eighth of
April, Why does not Faster happen on tho
ninth of April ?
llloonisburg mothers compel their little chil
dren to stand in the cold night air until they
Ircii-, then set them on the stove to thaw out,
Well, not exactly. They don't put them on
tho stove, but near it, and the children me not
frozen still; hut just comfortably chilled through,
Don't make us out worse than we are.
Wo rcgrit to announce the death of John
Allen, of Jirtcylown, which sad event occurred
at an early hour uf Saturday morning last.
Mr. Allon was sixty-ono years of ago and was
one of the oldest residents of Jerseylown, Ho
hud been in delicate health for many months
and his death was not unexpected, The funer
ul took placo on Monday and was very largelj
attended notwithstanding the Inclemency of tho
in bitter commentary on the decay of mor
ullty in theso days an exchange remarks :
In the days of our fatlicis, when a man sud
denly dropped out of the community, they used
to drug the neighboring ponds and examine- all
available hanging places In the vicinity. Now
adays the Ui si ni'iw are to investigate his bank
In other woids.iu old times, when a man got
into dlllicullles, he quietly went oil' and drown
ed or hanged himself j now-a-days ho steals
uud then ciinpour.ds with his victims,
Siiperlnttndnit Woollen of the Heading rail
road, it Is claimed, has Invented u plan by
which coal-dirt can bo utilized as fuel. The
difficulty has been that the dirt was loo compact
and would not burn. Mr. Woottcn lias over
come Ibis difficulty by Introducing n steam blast
from the bottom which penetrates the, dirt and
admits llio air. FxpcrlmenU tried in furnaces
and locomotive engines liaye proved successM
The value of this invention it is impossible to
estimate as there uro mountains of tills coal
dirt piled up In every section of the mining re
gions and only requiring removal In cars or
Mr. Deckley was a delegate to tho Stato Con
ventlon, and Is a delegate, to the National Con
vention, In fact It was a lucky thing for Mr.
II. that he rmlirmted to this Conntv and klmllv
consented to run the republican machine, be
1 ot Master, nnd Standing Dclegato to all Con
ventions. To remove freshly-spilt Ink Irom carpet, first
take up ns much as possible of llio Ink with a
teaspoon, then pour cold sweet milk upon the
spot ami tako up ns before, pouring tm milk un
til at last il becomes only slightly tinged willi
black ; ihcn wnsh with cold water nnd absorb
witli a cloth without loo much rubbing.
Lovers of croquet will bo pleased to learn
that n, new set has been Issued willi rubber faced
mallets. The rubber facing renders the mallet
Indestructible nnd prevents tho balls from split
ting or becoming denied In the play. H Is nl
so claimed that a luoro scientific came can bo
played, ns tho rubber f.ico gives n certain elas
ticity to tho stroke.
One J. H. l'lilllips proposes to send to the
Centennial a cheese which will weigh nbout
29,000 pounds. The Titusvlllo dinner's arith
metical editor gives sninc figures to show how
big a job Mr. l'lilllips lias undertaken. He
The rule is that it requires nearly ten pounds
nf milk for every pound of cheese. Taking
this for a basis It will require 290,000 pounds
of milk to make this mammoth chec'o. Allow
ing tli.it llm avcrago dairy cow will produce
forty pounds of milk per djy (which is over
estimated) it will require the milk from 7,2.10
cows for one day. A thousand barrels of milk
in one cheese, Chcene It,
The I.ancater Intelligencer says that tho pota
to bug scare lias begun, biitthiuks there Is small
cause for it as "good fanners are now so well
acquainted witli tho habits of the potato bug
and with the best manner of gettir.g rid of it
that there is but little danger of :i potato fam
ine from that quarter."
lint arc they '.' As far as we have anv knowl
edge no remedy against this pest lias been found
except l'.irls green and that has been found to
bo poisonous anil not quite safe to handle. If
the Lancaster farmers have a dead suro thing
on Hitato bugs It would be a blessing to publish
it for tho benefit of less fortunate agricultur
ists. Tho editor of llio Danville Intelligencer last
week refers to tho time when he ran against the
favorite of the Cot.VMUl.lK and its clique "and
beat them over live hundred votes in their own
county." The Intelligencer man knows that the
Coi.ujiiiiax took no part In the contest for rep
resentative, at the time leferred to, and that
the election was of an unusual nature, owing
to the fact that many Columbia County voters
had formed the opinion that the candidate
properly belonged to Montour.- Under these
circumstances the doughty editor obtained tho
victory of which he boasts and which is a
very small matter to boast of. There is not
much danger that the gig intic intellect nf Mon
tour's iolltic.il old-man-of-the-Sea, will be over
valued in this or his own community.
Vn adjourned Court was held on Mond ay
Court ordered that the Sheriffs sales adver
tised for April 3d 1S7G be continued until Sat
urday AprilTith at 10 o'clock A. M.
Com. ys Jacob Henderliter. Jonas liredbenner
approved as surety instead of Isaac llarncr.
Com. vs Frank I'. Kvans. 1 labeas Corpus j
opinion of Court filed.
II. A. Scliweppenheiser and Charles Marsh
appointed overseers of the poor of Centre town
Maria KresIcr, lunacy. Jacob Terwilliger
appointed Committee ; bond in S1000 Thomas
Trincli and John M. JIuMiciser approved ns
Andrew Koney appointed Supervisor of Coc-
ynghani township in place of Michael Foy, de-
Court adjourned until Saturday April 8th at
10 o'clock A. M.
Michael Grover, Sheriff of this County, died
on Sunday evening last, at about nine o'clock,
of iiillammation of the lungs, after an illness of
two weeks. It is probable that Mr. G rover's
exposure and hard work whilst attending to
the duties of his oflice were the causes which
Ted to his death. Tho labors of theSherill have
been very hugely increased during the past
year and the open winter has been prolific of
diseases of tho lungs. Mr. Grover wo believe
lias striven honestly to administer the allairs of
his office and his death after so short an ill
ness will cause much grief to his large circle of
friends. Our sympathies arc with his family
in this hour of their sorrow. Mr. Grover was
aged 59 years, -1 months and 9 days.
The funeral took place on Wednesday. 'Ser
vices were held at the Sherifi's house in this
town, the seinion delivered by llev. Dr. Mc-
Cron. Tho body was tben taken to Milllin-
ville, whero other services were held, Mr.
Sleek preached in German and Dr. McCron in
KnglUh. There was a very large attendance.
Tho members of the new Council met in the
Council room in llrower's building, on Monday,
April 3rd, andtoek the oath of office.
The first regular meeting was held on Wed
nesday evening Gtli iiist, present, David Low
cuberg, President, and Cniuiciliiieu, Jones,
Drinker, Holmes, LU-ell, Ilagenbuch, and
Knorr. A number of citizens were in attend
ance, to enter complaints concerning the grade
on lion Sheet. Tlio question was postpo nd
until next Monday evening. Tho electiun of
officers for th.io ensuing year resulted as fol
lows i.Vice I'tesideiit, U. II. Drinker ; Secretary,
W. Wilt ; Treasurer, W. 11. Koons; Street Com
missioncr, Knos Jaeoby j High Constable nnd
Chief of l'oliee, M. C, Woodward j Town Solici
tor, C. G. ItarMey. Tho present council room
was retained for thijycir alfort lollars, A com
mittee consisting of Holmes, Flwell and Jones
was appointed to uriko arrangements for rent-
ng a lioiisu for tho lire engine, for tho yeir.
A gas bill of $77 for gas furnished the town
during the month of March, was presented,
and an order directed lo lie drawn for (lie same.
Tho committee on tho null over Seiond street
near I. Hagenhiieb's, was continued. On mo
tion council adjourned.
Hon. A.J. Dirtrick, of Willlanisport, paid
us a brief visit on Monday last.
Itcv. Dr. McCron has removed Into the house
of Win. Morris, corner of Fifth and Market
A, C. l'hllips has opened a grocery storo in
the Shivo Illock.
J. II. Johnson, the tobacconist, lias added
groceries and confectionery to his stock,
llev. John Thomas has letiirned lo llloonis
burg, where he Intends te resume his residence,
after an absence of several years.
Dr. J. It. Kvans has moved into his new
house on Third street.
F. I', lilllmeycr Ktq. has opened a law offico
lu the Flit Itulldlng just below theCouit House,
next door to C. It. Si W. J. Huckalcw'f. llusi
ucss entrusted to him will receive prompt and
Miss A, D, Webb lias removed her ladies' fur
nishing store from tho Opera House, to tho
McKelvy building, earner of Main and Mar
ket ! i cit.
Itev, Mr. McCaiidlcss of I'litshurg officiated
at St. Tuul's Church on Sunday last.
Mrs. It. JI. Snyder has removed her millin
ery establishment lo the storo room recently oc
cupied by A. O. l'lilliiw. Main utrsxt below
In damp closets and cupboard", which gener
ate mildew, a trayful of qnlekllmo will ho found
lo absorb ihc moisturo and render the air puro j
but, of course, It li necessary to renew tho llmo
from llmo to time ns It becomes fully slaked.
Tills hist rem -dy will bo found useful In safes
and strung rooms, the dam; air of which nets
frequently most Injuriously on the valuable
deeds nnd documents which they contain.
Our Voc Office. Were It not that the
election of n Democratic President this fall will
relieve Mr. Ilecklcy from all trouble about tho
matter, wo bIiouM Insist on the removal of the
l'ost Oflice. It is too dingy, narrow and con
tracted for a place like this. It takes about
half nn hour to change tho morning mail, and
tlicro Is not loom enough lusido to accommodate
tho people. A lot of useless boys always crowd
to tho front, gathered mainly from curiosity.
Tho U.S. Mail is authority for the following!
Postmasters are not obliged to accept in pay
ment of postago stamps or stamped envelopes,
wrappers, cct., any currency which may bo so
mutilated as to be uncurrent, or the genuineness
of which cannot bo clearly ascertained. They
are not obliged to rcceivo more than twenty-five
cents in copper or nickel coins. They are not
obliged to affix stamps to letters, nor aro they
obliged to make change, except as a matter of
courtesy ; nor aro ihey allowed to givo credit
for tost age.
Itcv. Jas. H. McGarrab, for two years Patnr
of the M. Iv. Church in llloonisburg closed his
ministerial labors hero on Sunday last. Ho
goes to Berwick to tako charge of the church
there. Mr. McOarrah Is an able man and an
excellent Pastor. During his residence hero
he lias made many warm friends, both in and
out of his congregation, and his removal will
bo generally rcgrctled. We congratulate the
pooplo of llerwick on securing tho services of
so excellent a minister.
Tlneo weeks ago wo recorded the marriage of
K. S. Sliutt to Miss Kale Traub, both of Jilooius
burg. To-day it is our unpleasant duty to an
nounce the death of Mr. Sliutt. ISefore their
honeymoon had fairly begun, tho hand of death
was laid upon the bridegroom, and yesterday,
just three weeks fiom the day of his wedding,
his rem litis were placed beneilh the sod. The
sympathy of the entire community is with the
afflicted family, and especially with the wife,
scarcely a brido before she was a widow.
Almost A I'to Finn. A few days ago Dan
iel Snyder and family started away on n visit.
Some article having been forgotten, one of the
the family went back after it, and smelling
some smoke made a search for fire. At last, on
opening a closet door in which was a box, con
taining a coal bucket and some loose papers, it
was discovered to be on fire. The box and pa
pers were consumed, and llio flooring went
through. Prompt aCJLlon put out the fire. The
lucky return a lone saved this line residence.
It is supposed to havo been caused by Mr.
Snyder's throwing a ligiited match among the
loose papers instead of in tho coal bucket.
THE STATE CAl'ITOL.
ilAuniSBur.a, April -1th, 1870.
Tho attempt mado by tho minority in tho
llouso on Thursday lust to force the passage
of tho general nppropriation'bill in tho teeth
ofthe protest of the majority, and tho sub
sequent action of the Senate in clearing up
their calendars, and adjourning over for
two days witli tho intimation that they
would not iti future consider any but nppio
priation bills coming from tho House, lias
been talked of very cousidcrably,somo mem
bers taking the view that it will cnlminato
in a dead-lock between tho two Houses. It
seems to be very evident from lato events
that llio House, will not at present fix any
date for final adjournment though extra
daily sessions will without much doubt bo
inaugurated during tho present week. It is
tho disposition of tho minority to 'fix a day
for final adjournment at once, which action
would necessarily endanger, perhaps entire
ly defeat all tho work upon tho House cal
endars at present which has not been sent
to the Senate. The majority of the House
claim that the Senate has no right to dic
tate what the time of adjournment shall be.
That tho adjournment should bo made to
conform to the work and not tho work to
the adjournment. Notwitlistandingllie threat
of tho Scnato to consider no more house bills
tho House has been pursuing tho oven ten
or of legislation, passing a number of bills
on 2rd and !!rd reading. Tho appropriation
bills remaining in stain quo.
Last night repeated attempt were -mado
by the democrats in the House to fix sessions
for Friday and Saturday but every attempt
was frustrated. A caucus of House demo
crats is in session tonight nnd it is expected
that a dan of action as to the issue between
tho House and Senate and as to the pio
grcss of busniess will bo adopted. Tho Sen
ate majority holds a caucus to-morrow.
Tho Houso to day progressed very rapidly
witli work, notwithstanding ninny important
bills were up for consideration. The interest
of tho House was principally excited during
tho morning session by the new county hill
which was upon a third reading. Mr. Pe
ter Hcrdic's manipulations of tliis bill have
become so notorious that when his finger
marks were noticed upon the bill this morn
ing it fctirrcd up quite u breeze. Just beforo
llio original new county bill was reached
upon tho calendar, Mr. Gunstcr a most wor
thy member from Luzerne County especial
ly interested in tho passage of u bill of this
character which will suit his county, roso lo
a question of privilego and called attention
to a printed copy of a hill entitled "an
act for the establishment of new coun
ties" bearing an Imprint ns follows, "As
proposed to be amended by Mr. Gunstcr."
Mr. Gunster disclaimed all knowledge of
tho bill and stated Hint his name appeared
upon it without any nuthuiity and demand
ed to know whence tho printed copy had
emanated, Upon inquiry it was discovered
that the copies bad been received from Mr.
W. C. I'luminer of Crawford county by a
pago for disliibution. This caused quite a
sensation in tho Houso and Mr. Plumnicr
rose and in explanation stated that tho bills
had been sent to him by Mr. Peter Herdic
and that ho had distributed them out of
courtesy nnd not out of any sinister
motive for he was in favor of llio original
bill and not of tho proposed amendment.
After somo discussion during which Plum
mer acknowledged ho had boon sold tho whole
matter was dropped, and tho original new
enmity bill taken up for consideration and
finally passed in such u shupo as to render
Us application to any other county than
Peter of Minncqua, was most wofully de
feated in this matter as ho was again this
afternoon when his bete noir tho boom bill
cutting down his rato of toll from $1,25 to
$1,00 passed tho Legislature finally by a
vote of 10!i to -10, Unless Peter clrcuin
voids tho Governor ho is gone.
Among the other hills which passed tho
Hoiifo filially this morning wero tho public
printing bill; an net cutting down tho rato
of fare on Philadelphia Street curs to five
cents per fare, instead of 7 ccnls tho present
The Senate la In session to-night and Mr.
Rogers a Wisconsin clergyman is holding
forlh In tho Hall of tho House in tho Inter
ests of a hill (already defeated in tho Scnato)
exempting from tho penalties of tho Sabbath
law, those who obscrvo tho seventh day of
tho week as the hubbath, n.
A destructive fire occurred In Danvlllo last
Saturday, destroying several buildings adjoin
ing Waterman & Heaver's company store, and
causing a loss of $20, 000. Tho firo broko out
In a two story frame lions o owned by Dr. JI. V,
Shulli! and occupied by Mrs. It. Ilrobst, millin
er, and Jacob Harris, confectioner. Harris was
insured for $000. Tjiero was no Insurance on
llio building. A three story frame building
owned by James H. Hlmltz and occupied by
Jolin Millliouse as n shoe storo nnd residence
next fell beforo tho flames Total loss no in
surance. A two story frame owned by J. Heln
bach and used ns n stove store by Mr. Kllerboy-
er win next destroyed. S1000 lnuranco on the
building. Tho flames next nltnckcd n three
story brick building owned by Thomas Chat-
fant nnd occupied by James Sechler as n drug
storo and dwelling. Scolder's loss Is heavy ns
ho li.nl only a partial insurance oh slock. Tho
building was insured for $.1,000. Tho origin of
the fire is unknown.
Messrs. J. Lorish and J. F. Stoker, Columbia
county men, prooso opening their brick dwell
ing house, No. 3733 Slarket Street, Philadel
phia, for tho reception nf boarders during tho
Ciiilennial Kxhlbltlon, Tho houso Is within
easy distance of the Kxbihitiun grounds, and thn
horso cars pass llio door every few inliiiilcs.
Those who wish to secure board and avoid the
large prices charged by the hotels bad bi tter
write to Messrs. Lorish and Stoker and make ar
rangement. Heavy baggage will bo taken to
the house by the proprietors if visitors will hand
them the It. It. checks.
March 31 3w
DiiAuotNO Out ICxistknck. The nervous,
weakly Invalid does not enjoy life, but merely
"drags out existence," as the phrase is. Unfit
ted fur tho active pursuits of life, ami incapa
ble of partaking of ils pleasures, to which health
alone can give n zest ; disinclined to social in
tercourse, and a prey to melancholy, the vale
tudinarian is indeed an object of pity. Yet
there is nothing in all this that cannot be ie
niedied by that genial alterative tonic and ner
vine, Hosteller's Stomach Hitters, which sup
plies deficient st iniina, braces the nervous sys
tem, and overcomes tlioo bodily irregularities
to which nervous weakness is nio.t frequently
attributable. Diseases of tho kidney and blad
der imperfect digestion and uterine troubles are
fertile sources of debility. Their ciadication
however, becomes a matter of certainty when
Hosteller's Stomach Hitters aro systematically
used for that purpose. The Hitters likewise
annihilate and prevent fever and ague and oth
er debilitating febrile complaints of a malarial
The head quarters of the army aro re.
established in Washington.
Tho election in Itliodo Island on
Wednesday resulted in no choice of tho peo
ple for Governor. Lippitt, tho Republican,
will bo elected by tho Legislature, as was
done last year.
From the testimony of Gen. Henderson
before the committee on the whiskey trials
it appears that Fox, a member of tho grand
jury which indicted liabcock, gave tho Pres
ident all the facts that appeared beforo that
body. This new piiaso of tho case does not
reflect any credit on tho President, who
seems to have obtained his information in
a manner forbidden by law.
Thcodoro Cuyler, Esq., ono of the ablest
lawyers in tho country, died in Philadelphia
on Wednesday, aged about C5 years. Mr,
Cuyler was a Democrat, and for many years
hold positions of trust under tho city govern
ment. Ho was a valuablo member of the
lato Constitutional Convention.
A largo tenement houso in Rutland,
Vermont, occupied by eighteen families,
was totally burned on Monday night, the
occupants being driven out in tho deer
snow, without having been able to savo any
goods or clothing.
Tho Senate of California has expelled
from tho privileges of tho floor a newspaper
reporter who reported that a Senator stated
to him "that tdiould the press ceaso watch
ing thfi Legislature it would steal tho Sttitc
blnid in threo weeks."
The Successful Physician.
Thero is probably no man to whom the
community owe so much as to the honest,
fair-spoken physician, who does his actual
duty both to himself and to his natieiits.
Really skillful physicians are not so numer
ous that their virtues need no mention,
aim nenco tno auveitisement ol IJr. H. v.
Pierce, of Ruffiilo, may well claim tho rea
der's attention. Dr. Pierce is a typo of a
cias.s of men who obtain success bv careful
and well-directed effort, not attempting too
much, or creating false ideas as to ability.
Tho only reliable physician now living 'is
tho "Specialist," the man who understands
nis one nrancli ol the business, fcucu in lus
lino is Dr. Pierce. For tho benefit of his
readers he has written a "Common Sense
.Medical Adviser," which is well worth rea
ding by those who need such a work. With
strict business honor, high professional skill,
reasonable fees, anil n largo corps of compe
tent ns-islauts, Dr. Pierce will doubtless
niako his uaino familiar ns "household
words " v. J.oms Globe.
IIirrciIISON-niI.7ICItT.-On the ISIh Inst., by
Itev A. lloutz, Jlr. W. W. Hutclil-on to .Miss Ljdla A
(llluert, both of 1'lslilngcreeU township.
JIBMLEY THORNTON. March SM, by llev. S. P
Itemley, Jlr. Levi A. nemley, of centre, to llls Ellu
if. Thornton, of .Moorcsburg, Montour county.
l'ULMUrt.-In l lshlngcrcek township, on thoaoth
ult Joseph Fulmer, aged 79) ears, 8 months una 21
MMtSlL In lirlarcreek township, March 23, So
phia Catharine, Infant daughter of Charles uud U
intra Marsh, aged It mouths and 14 Uajs.
M ASTC I.IwMt, 111 SlimthUllc, March 20, Catharine
wife of Jeseph Mastellar, In her cstli year.
IICSSJ. In Centre, March 2T, Iley Wesley, son of
Isaiah J, and Alices, Hess, aged Hyoarsaiid Odajs.
We haelatd our little Key
Low beneath the sod.
Yet hope before unother day
We'll meet lilm with our (lod.
Wheat per bushel
Corn, new, " ,
oats, " " ,
Flour per barrel
Hi led Apples ,.
Hides & Shoulders
Lard per pound
IJUUTATIUNS FOH COAL.
No. 4 on Wharf 4,00 per Ton
Nu-S" " . , 3.Tft'
No. (1 " " $ t,tl "
lllacksmlth'8 Lump on wharf t 4,oe ' "
" liltumluous t 0,00 " "
Tim Oni,vSijiib Clan Foil ItriTcim. Tho oldest
and best hernia surgeons In the world aro some of
tho advantages offered by the Triumph Truss Co.,
834 Ilowory, N. Y., whose truss mid supporter wero
awarded the inci'al lit the late H'bslon of the. (Heat
American Institute Fuir, Send Hi cents for their
new book. March 2 1 70-iy
When you go to Philadelphia stop at
tho Allegheny House, No. 812 mid 8H Mar
ket street ; having been recently renovated.
Prlco only 2 per day, A. Illicit,
March 19,'75-ly Proprietor.
Jtupture cured lu from 80 to SO ilu)s bytbe Tri
umph Truss Co.. of 354 Dowery, N, Y who oiler dl,
UOO for a ruptuio they cannot cure. Ke&dcrtlso
mcnt and cut of Truss la another column. Keudlo
cunts for duurlptlio bock of illuuiph llupture.
Cure. March 84, IC-ly
For Kent. Two elegant rooms, suitable
for oflicps, Rent reasonable. Apply soon.
J. 11. ilnlze.
LVpytown Steam Planing Mill for sale or
Jsi u. lyutik,
Atatch 21-f '
L'ni? Dl.'MT H-l. .1 . .. .. 1fl
- vr.w .llrljl! J.. J flu niOlO IUHIII I'll Jllll'l
Street, below Market formerly occupied by
K. P. Lut7., as a Drug Storo nnd lately by
M. U. Ilrlttuln as a Clothing Store. Iutpilro
of K.J. Thornton. Mar. Blj-tT.
For Rent A first'class ofllco In tho Co
lumbian Building, fronting tho Court House.
Apply at this olllcc. tf.
l'-nT Itnnttnlf lina f.nnn,,1 n ttfrttt.i,- a,1,nr.1
next door to tho post-oflicc, tip stairs. Class
es meet Wednesday and Friday afternoon
and evening. Students received at any time.
Iiuy. your Groceries. Canned Fruits. Ac
at. Philips' new Grocery Storo In Shlvo's
niocL, aittiti street, liloomsburg l'a.
Fine white shirts at McKlnncy's.
Go to I. W. Hartm.m with your butler
An election wilt be held at the house of J.
H. Kistlcr in tho town of Cntiiwissa, between
llio hours of one and six o'clock P. M. of May
lt 1870 for ono President, six Managers, one
Treasurer and ono Secretary of the Cntiiwissa
limine Com nan ir for llio ensuing year, and at
the same lime and place tho stock holders of
said llridge Co. will vote for or against accept
ing iiclioii 1st of nu act of 30ih of May lbbo.
Knlil ed "An Act to entitle the stockholders of
any Lall Itoail Co. incorporated by this Com-
nionweallli, accepting the provisions oi tins act
entitling the slocKiioiuers 10 voie one vine lor
each sliare of stock held by then." a3 extended
to Hridge Companies by act Mill e.1 Jlarcli
Gix. S. GlLuuir.
April 7 -Iw.
Mover I'.rotber.s havo in their Main Street
store the best assortment of Hard Rubber
Goods, ever brought to llloonisburg, com
prising Hair Hrusbcs, Combs, of various
styles, 1riiikilig Cups and Flasks, Match
Roxes, Funnels, Syringes, Rattles Ac, also
Gum Cloth, ILinds, Ac. Call and examine
Ladies' fine shoes, all widths mid sizes, at
Linen and paper collars at McKinney's.
C. C. Marr's Xcw Goods aro always the
latest Styles In the market.
Spring Shoes at E.
M. Kuorr's at very
Tho latest styles of Dress Goods at C. C.
For Wall Paper go to G. A. Clark's.
A. J. liroirn, the artist, lias engaged as an
assistant Miss Delia Wilbur, whoso reputa
tion as a first class artist is unsurpassed.
J. Schuyler A Son givo notice that af
ter April 1st they will not ttust, but will
sell lower than any ono can sell doing a
Ready Mado ClothiiigCheapcr than cverat
A uice lot of fancy tics at I. W. Hart
man's. Flour and Feed at M. M. Russell's.
Don't buy old-fashioned goods because
they aro cheap. Go to C. C. Marr's and get
tno latest spring styles cheap.
G. A. Clark has just gotten in his spring
stock of Hlank Hooks. It is largo and well
5 riy TralTord Carpet Chain, 28 cents at
Ulartc fc wolt's.
A fine collection of Surgical Instruments
is offered for sale bv Mover Hrotbers. These
instruments arc of tho very best materials
and workmanship and aro mado from the
latest and most approved patterns. There
are no superior instruments in market. Any
article not in stock will bo furnished by
M oyer Hrotbers witli the least possible de
lay and at nianulacluier s list prices.
Ladies, call and sec K. Hutterick A Co's
Spring Pattern Hooks nt C. O. Marr's.
Ladies, try the $2.00 shoes at McKinney's.
Piow Shoes at McKinney's.
Hutter 3!i cents a pound, Kggs 1C cents a
dozen, at n. M. iiuss"irs.
Calf Hoots very cheap at E. M. Knorr's,
II all Paper. Q. A. Clark has double the
stock of any other establishment in town,
which must bo sold.
Ladies, go to C. C. Marr's for E. Hutter
ick x Co. s spring dress patterns, llio best in
Just returned from the city with a nico
lot ot spring uoous, i. y. iiartman.
New Spring Styles of Dress Goods very
cheap at C. C. Marr's.
New goods this week at 13. M. Knorr's.
Oranges and Lemons always on hand at
-u. ji. liusseirs.
Tor a nobby Cap go to D. Lowenbcrg's.
For Hlank Hooks go to G A. Clark's.
Iiuy tho Elwood collar at McKinney's.
Fine shoes a speciality at McKinney's.
Canned fruits of all kinds at Russell's.
Don't forget to call and rexanii no E. 31,
Kuorr's Spring Goods beforo buying else
where, Tho Xewct, Neatest, and Nicest Clothing
for iiuijx and ( hitJrtn that can bo obtained
in me -cw nuri: marvel jiisi rcceneu ni
l'ieture Framrt. A largo variety of Pic-
turn Frames, 8.I0, in slock. Oilier sizes
made to order, at G. A. Clark's ltook Store.
New Orleans Raking Molasses, choice Syr
ups from 80 cents to s-1 u gallon. A fine as
sortment ol Vouug Hyson, Imperial, Japan
and Hlack Teas at JI. 31. Riissel's.
HATS ! HAUSII HATS 111
Ilrown, Hlack and Navy Hluo,
just reciivcd at D. Lowenbcrg's.
G. A. Clark-amio'iim-cH that although he
does not keep "music" on hand, yet ho is
cousin ntly ordering. Stud him your orders
Fausu.iis, Attlnjion, Russil takis Hutter
Eggs, Lard uud Produce in exchange for goods
If you want a good Ham,
If you wunt cheap and good Tea,
If you wunt Collee Java or Rio,
If you want good Canned Fruit,
if you want tho best .Mackerel,
If you want Sugar for tho least money,
If you want tho best Syrups in town,
If you want good Cigars,
1 f you want good Tobacco,
If you want anything in tho Grocery and
Provision line, go to Russhli.'s, 3Iain street.
Old r.staullUied Coal Yard.
O. W. Nkai. A lino., Wholesale A Retail
Dealers in all sizes ot tho best qualities ol
Red and White Ash Coal, at tho very lowest
market rates. Have constantly on huml largo
uud Limcbiirner's Coal.
Especial attention given to tho prepara
tion of coal before leuving our yards. Grain
and Lumber taken in exchango for coal.
Coal delivered to any part of tho town at
short notice. Orders felt at I, W. SlcKclvy's,
storo, or at our oflice, will rcceivo prompt at
tention. Oillcu and Yards at William Neal
A Sons' Furnace, East liloomsburg, Your
patronago respectfully solicited.
COAL. 7-tf-25 COAL
- FOE BARGAINS
GO TO TUB
THEY NOW OFJAIillt
10 lba. best White Sugar for $1 00,
2 and. one-half lbs. Good Oolong Tea for $1 00.
5 Oai.s of 3 lb Poaches for $1 OO.
3 lb. Can Tomatooa 18 cents each.
CANNED CORN 20 CENTS PER CAN,
All other goods equally low, for cash or ;)roiuee.
8 Oct. 1973.
Wo condensefrom tho Lrhtgh Henttcr tlio
Mbst&nco of aonvcrsatton atiout Oak Hall, In
J hl1Jleily,iVanamakcr & Brown's " Lamest
ClothlnMpiso In America." A visitor and
auenaatirirrf tho speakers i
V(f T- ". wllM comer is tho llullcllritr onf
Attendant. "South-Eaft corner of fruih nnj
Market. I'leoso noto tho PIXT11, for somo
f (rangers tccklns Oak Hall, havo been misled
by dcalenlng persons."
V. "It Is .crfccUy colossal I Do you know
, A. "12,000 squaro fect-Crl on Market, and
180 odd on EUUi, tlx stories high, has met
threo acres oi floortBg, and coveri spaeo cneo
occupied by WireSan twenty different busi
V. ''Do you use steam-power?"
A.v Aslant young cngino furnishes power
for tho freight and pussciigtrolevato,r.iid tho
boilers steam for heating, and tho other opera
tions of tho house."
Y" '.'.S?1111 ordcr (I yon toko with goods?"
A. "They aro first oryTed and arranged In
Jlio basement, on longfyfr counters, and taken
thenco on tho fMJshtclovotor to tho Inspec
tor's room on theri Uoor."
V. " Is lnsnectin J'ihe tlrst operation r
A. "fo, sir, measuring. Tho goods uro Bret
JntMurcd In tho piece, then Inspected. Tho
cloth passes over rollers la tho faco of a etronir
light, and two men sit, ono beforo end ono
behind tho goods, watching with the cyo or a
hank for tho lenst p!n-holo imperfection, anil
Jnarklngevcry (low, so that tho cutter may teo
nnd avoid it when ho comes to tut tho gar
ments. Y '.',Xon must employ nn r.mCy of cutters r
. -,?mS ,00Vr ,lllh flo! scot Wo
keep 0 hands all tho tlrtp c'lrtlne up tho cloth
into gamcnts.-beslde'.&yf machines that do
a dozen men's work caclKt n stroke."
goods?"0 yU B1!UJUl4cturo all your own
A," " WJ l0' ftna mos carefully. Our ex
arnlncrs Inspect every Hitch and team, and
certify to every garment as extra-well mado
iSpor!!Bibf0?ouir Uckct on ".""n
dcai?'"Y0Ur 6nUm muit MV0 ou 11 Croat
A. "In every direction, sir. It Is tyifsyEtcm
and economy wo prat tlco all On through,
that enables us to put our prSwn to So
peoplo as wo do."
ofv,-tj,Afterlnspcctlng tho work, what becomes
r ?.eror U B0CS lnt. Bt0 1 ticketed.
Every singlo garment has Its number and
other points noted on it, f0 that itscnUro hls
booksC"n "''"'ed without faU, upon our
Y- V.XS? mU!t haT0 50 cr talesmen?"
, A- hy fir, on busy days you mayece 100
In tho various rooms and suites ot rooms,
selling to tho throngs of customers." um3'
i ' " 5!! do ua orlcr buAi"by mall
find express?" W ' '
A. " Very great. All over the country. Our
J SI. MAIZE'S
Corner Miiin and Center Streets
BLOOMSBURG, DP .A. - ,
Tlio largest stock of groceries and provisions, Qucensware, Glassware
etc., Ac., in the county, fur sale at wholesale or retail at
llio very lowest jirices.
nm ffrTii cm te .l VivE
Dealer in Law Blanks. Sunday School Libraries, Depositary of the
Pennr-ylvania Bible Society,
WINDOW CUHTA1NS, WALL PAPER, PICTURE FRAMES, REWARD CARLS.
Books and supplies not on hand can be furnished
Oji Short- jVotica at the Most Reasonable Rates.
Store in Exchange Hotel Building, Bloomsburg. Pa.
THE TRIUMPH TRUSS CO.
Nu. c::l lion cry, Xcw Yoi k,
Si Til WHOM WAS AWAltriEI) Till!
Best Elastic Truss anil Suppler
At tLe great Ameilccn Institute r.ilr
CVKE IUTTI-1IE IV FllOH .10 TO 11' 1UVP, ANUOllER
$l,utiO ion a t'A.-K Tiav Cannot Ci iik.
Tliey employ ti tliM-elas'j lj.il Surm-on. Terms
Moderate. Cures (itumiiilceil. 'llm Usual discounts
lo l'ntreiis or llusstmiidry. KxumlnnllonH 1'reo
orders lllled by li ull. bind ten iei.lt. for Hesirlitlo
Bui, to Hr.f. V. II. lU'llNlIA.M,
Jlar. n,'7!. ly, (leneral Siipertntendeiit.
Qtrpnc! vko irr a li 1. 1: & ri.ownn
OHilDO, Vlimls, Hoses. Iiuldlns, I'ucliMas, (ler
alliums, lieddliiir l'luius, fil.ullulus, i tc. ftnet a
stamp lur Hrecr'n (MruYu Cnl lnl.ir, ICS juices. Illus
trated, ltli practical illn ttlci.s. IlIl.NltY A,
liliKKlt, 714 Chestnut St , I'lillade Iplda, r.i.
.Mar. M, 10. f t.
The" WaOTreet "indicator.
THIS WKKK'P IPSm Pi: vr I'ltKK.
Contains- I'leloilul lllustrat' ' 1 ulla uimI Heiira.
Also, (nil nnd complete ll ructions liow tn operate
In stocks and stoit ItiiIkm ,. Capitol l.ttsnnd
sinri-estlons. Also, allsi o( ValuaU.- I'lemluniu to
Clubs, "send fur II."
Ill CKV.l.Ti:ii A CO.. R.mkei and lli'ulci'rs ,
i'. n. Puv 4:117. lu Willi St., Ne, uik City.
Mar. 31, lo.-ly
VOKXT.S fin- best diance in tlio wurlil lo
colli inonej lulilicbs I". S. futet) 1'ucket Co.
w 1, 1, (,. :
"ATIXM lteadiiiR. INyrlioinanry, I iim inatnui,
!l soul liinrinlnsr, inekinuUlii. and luairlJk-e
iTiille, fcliutttUKliow ililicrsc.x may liiKlnute and
Kidn tlio lou- and alfi cilon of any pciMiallic cneuso
Instantly, 4t pace". Hy mall, w eelita. Hunt & Co.
mil s.tlli strict, Philadelphia.
AfiENTrt Wamxii! Medals and Mplomtis uwauleil
orllolman. ()K A L MHLKS.
lsito imistratlLi.ti. Addicts fi,r lu v ilieulars. A J.
llolman 4 Co., V3i Anlibtutt, l'l.lla. Mar. 11-4W j
T A "VMl?l"i Agents for the Lett Belllntr
iVi I IM l'liul'nekak-o In the world.
It eoiituliis lSbhetu, papir, 1E eiielopes,i;oldeuiK'i,
lienholder, eiiill,puieiit urd measure, and u plein
uf JiHilry. sIhkiu packato with pair ot iltirant
uofd blouo Sleeu lluttons, iiostpaid, 8.1 cents', 6,
m Itli assented Jewelry, ferjl. I his paekak'O h.islHen
examined byiho publlslieni of tho Coiiuiiian uud
found us lepietenied woitli thomoiiej. Watches
eh en auay IoiiIIokiius. ( ticularsfrcc.
llllllii: & CO., IB) llrtadway. N. Y,
WANTED, AtlKNTS for tho 111IEAT
CENTENNIAL UNlVEIiS.lL H1ST0HY
lo theelosoot tho 111 st lnOjcarstf our National In
depimltiiie, lniluilliik uu ueeuunt of tho cuiiilnk'
(iiuiid Cenlennlal Exhibition, "ihj pak'es, tlno eiifnu-liik-s,
low prlie, iiulik t.des. Extra fernis. Hndfor
circular. 1'. s , V-H Bier j; Co., tu Areli fctnet, l'htla.
"V7"ANTKI), AtirNTH. A YuinpUtc Iiisto
1 ry of l'enncjliaida. From tliu first settle
liieids tn the present. H.t Win. M. Cornell, I.. 1,. 1),
Niailv cu Hariiii (,etuo nates, oierls llnu Illustra
tions. No full hlsloryof our Stato lias been Issued
loruier nun u ccimnj. jn.eii win reeeiieu cor
dial weleoiholu liitii'duiiiik'thlsplindldbik. A
1IAKK CIIANIK. W ClVli lit ItCllI IH'l'IlU 111 f CrV tOWIl.
Hilp, Mltu ut nine foi full purllculaiit and tlioleo
01 leiitlory. Addnss (junker city i'uWMiliie; Co.,
xv. i-,, iuii 11 aiiiii, i mm, jiuiiu 11 sw,
va:ux roil u.i'r:c!t,(j.
IIL'IT COCHINS O.N'JA'.
Vrom D. W, Ilerttlnc'8 noteJ Mlzo wluuloiruiatu,
js.io iur is,
A. ll.HHAIII'l KSS,
Cutnu Usu, l'n,
March it, mc-sm.
perfect system fi?d nilei of self-measurement
niako Itjiosslbre to plcasopooplo 2,000 mllos
awoy J nyfcrfectly as If they were hero In
, V. " I lupposa you havo at least half a down
A. "My dear sir 1 wo havo more than twenty.
each charged wlthltsown buslncss.and each
thoroughly organised, a necessary wheol with
in tho gToat wheel."
V. "JVill you name a dozen or so of tbcmr'
A. "With pleasure. Tho Custom Depart
ment, forthoeo who prefer custom-made to
rcady-madi. TJrfj Furnishing Department,
with its ftfcnirtiso stock of nil underwear.
Tho Shirt Rfctory, with iu busy machines,
making our own first-class shirts. Tho Trim
ming Department, iuclr asblg ns many a regu
lar store, Tho darment Slock Itoom. Tho
llecelvlng Itoom. Tho Order Department,
named before. The Special Uniforms Depart
ment. Tho Delivery Department, with Its
senro of messengers. The"
V, " Hold, hold I sir, enough I"
A. "I'm not half throughf Tho AdTcrtlsIng
Department, with lis bllLandsIgn distributors,
edltlngand publlshlnivS business and popular
Journal, clrculffj.grce, w,(xu copies monthly
(tell all your friqSLosend forit). Tho Men's
Department, wiliriH ninny rooms. Tho Boys'
department. Tho Youths' Department. Tho
Children's Department, with Its special
entrance, for ladies. Tho Telegraph Depart
went. Tlio Chief Clerk's Department, with
Its book-keepers and assistants. General Man
nccrs Deportment: financier's Offlcc. nnd
other offices of tho firmall bnsy ns bees
thinking, planning, cxeutlng, bujlng, mak-lng.reKlsterlng.rct-lDfe.Eendlng
and in a thousaniNiiiys Joining their forcSJ
to carry ;on abuslnessVfth tho people amount
ing to between S2,000,ooo and 13,000.000 an
aj , " i nOceU 1 1 1st I forgot to namo tho
Cashier s Department, whlchhandlcs Its $25,000
of retail rales on somo singlo days I"
V. " tJj.OOO l immense I That's.what enables
tho houso to buy cheap nnd seUcheap?"
A-,"I-xacUyl Yon havo jifit hit It. Tho
peoplo throng here, knini that wo depend
on low prices and immtftfeales."
. '"hot aro tho ' Fopa nvixs ' I hear bo
A. "Our system of business dealing 1. Ono
price, no deviation s 2. Cash for everything : S.
A guarantee protecting tho purchaser; 4. Tho
money returned if tho buyer can't othcrwlso
V. "Nothing could bo fairer."
A-MPt.hll,S-. And tho people seo It."
y. "cll, 1 thank you, sir, for youx pollto
A. " Nc t at all. It's a pleasure to tofre you.
Call ogaln i and bo sure of tho plaie Wana
maker A lSrown's Oak UaUAouS-East cor
ner Sixth and Market."
V. "Thank youl 1 thall bo happy to do BO.
Good morning." "
ACiUXTS! 50 subjcriba-s daily. I!et literary
paper. Only l.fOnj ear. Threo $10 ehromos
Inc. Mutton bpuislcr, l'ula , rutla.
March 17-1 w.
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
AND A X1I1 T IIK OAT 3ISEASEB
WELLS' CARBOIJC TABLETS
rut up ouiv in iilui: uoxrs.
A Tried mill .Sure Itcinctl'.
Forsalo tiy diusulsUs (.-enerally, and JOIINSTOK
HOI.LOVA & CO.,Thl!adelphla, Pa.
WATERS' PJ ANOS. .'-Ri.'JiIrr'
TIIK IlKST MAUI; ; llio Tone, Touch, WoikniahsUlp
uiul Uurubltlty uiisurpased.
WA'l'IHtS' SJKfJAXS, Coitcui'fo,
Xr.W OlICllKsTltAI,, VEblTIt, C1IAPKU VIA IV
M'B, and CYM1IKI.I.A cannot tie excelled In tent
er l.euutj. '11,0 ( ONCKMO tjTOI' Uu una IMITA
TION ot thelll'MAN VOICE. Warranted lor BIX
I'liiciis I'XTIIKMEI.Y LOW fcrcas.li durlDgthts
Menlh. Monthly installment! recetied.
A LIU nil l lstuiint lo'itaclirr. Mlnlsters.thurcli
es, t-ihnols, Iodfes, etc. AOU.VIS WVNTEli,
spiiUl liiUueeii.ents to the trade. Illustrated Cat
hIokuo wnt. llultACK WATEUS JC SONS. 4SI llreud-
uy, New Yoi k. March 17 4w
l or npeiftct lestoratlon of the nennus ,bi n m,
Caiihlr.t; 1111 Imiiieillalu and proper cure lu the follow,
inn eases: nfiioiis debility Impaired nutiltlon of
the body, lassltuue, weaki.isslu the limbs and back,
liidlsposltkn and Incapacity lor study, dullness of
ap lehenslen. lots of inuuory, aversion to society,
timidity, si It-distrust, dizziness, headache, Incldiut
to Loth sexes, for whose benefit It Is designed and
w hose ha plness It 111 proisote.
'I lie ir.on eminent 1 Positions of this country have
eierlcil Ihunselies to Iheuimost toclitck thnln
iriiislny fatality nsultlni; fie.111 tho lelunatlouof tliu
luiU'H. llailus: for a iunir period devoted much
study, time and labor In cuaUt-hinj; a renedyfoi
the perfect lestoruiloii of tlinnenoin sfiliin, It Is
Krutloim; loin ublo to amiuuncu the Mireessut
lending my new method. Tl.tough ihls remidi the
lieiMb inn lie leached uud In 1,11111 11 wuy that, how.
uer shattered or puistruled, they can bo peiticlH
rt-ktoied. It arts on tho nerves at onto, jet with
k'entli ness ristcrliik' them to nuutuiul btale, and
len oilnit the abuo dlstresslnir diseases.
Iloth sues, uioieoi less, thiouaU tl.u prostration
nt tno nenous bjstem, losotlulr cnerfrv, in such
InstantcH tho Nenu llemedy may bu lelitd upon lu
lOUtin; the patient Into thinlfur of juulli.
ThoNere llm.tilyu carefully compounded find
put up lu boxes with full dlrtcllcns. Pi tie. ono dul-
iai, L-Aj,irstiu 10 any auiiresN on reeeiiu or price.
till. I. CIIAINCEY TElllty.
, , , . ISbs Vino btreet, lidln,
on'.co hours, 11 a. in. to s p. in., 7 10 u p. m.
HUN' IXl'l.nuitAM-'ihe treat Itemedy for
lUChs. Coll H. Coiismnl.llon. nliil nil lllsi.moM ii,M
throat and luiic. Will cuiv, and olteiiwhen the-euso
apparently boieliss. We do not mtati totay, that
.. ..v.,..u .uui,o ui.eiit,ii'u UU) Ilieoiliuu 1011
create them anew. Hut wo do lay, that If n lwrscn
has a Violent couk'h, Night bn cuts, Creeping Chills.
Expiiterant lu my family fursu jcais, and liaui tho
exrietico ot .know Ing lis gnut ir.erlts.uml do ulad-
u. 11. 1 uiiii'i .v 1 ii;-i:fiir f.irui i,t,ia n.i.t I
ly riconimenu It lu ull stinereis with those dls-
iivsoiu (,i.iujiuiiii ii,r wnieu 11 is inieuuea,
tialllpoHs, Ohio. Nov.
i-ri' ',V VltWl'4 HTB, SoldbyaUDrugglits.
riAt) tuk Arri.ifrrn avii itvunnTi.
1s-n7. Y..7 . i.ivwiii 1
NAT K. 'lhere Uno ilassof dltcaBthutri'-
l.e.llsoi.U-r"cr-i'in toi'lR h' Nwoue bucU is
nut tho caw. 1hudltllculttes.ur tUu arlons Mages
lei.ili.iiy li,. .! ...uiii. loimue, skill,
ii- iTiT.Vr, uTi,,,,7,',;,S . . .: : 1 ! il ''eqiieui
111 uuus, wines, ligaments, tars, ejts, 4c. Pi emu
S.!nV."V.?n',uP,fc.V.ro f'y Phjsleians us i
',e,UsSnr ta,'5.,H.V'?S,!fA. V''.1:.'! k.StS
JBledi eaVesnstudV.guaTau ', , '"A dvSUK
Street. " llomi lu till 33 and 6tS Tv ji 'in, "
Maieh 11, '7ii-y, 1
Mill-ch in, 'W-ly. ' ' "
"1 ho undersigned would herd
nnn Im tni1r.ht,.f1 In liltn. nn nntfi
como forward and nettle at otico ,u,iiwlll
no placed in tno nanus 01 tuu jiiwi uiiicer iuiwr
Feb. i-lf. BTKPI1EN KNOItlt.
DM I N I STK ATOil'S NOT1 CK.
VHTlri fiv Btiwllin f.KWIN. tlRCIIASRn.
utters of Administration on thft estate of Edward
tjwu. lniji r,f itinnrnsburir. Columbia county
deceased, havo been irrantcd by tho Ileglster of laid
.,., n VI illiA.n nnrwlr f.f IllfWitnLt.ltri- All
persons Having Claims against, 1110 esiiu ui mo uctt
ilent are requested to present them for scttl'-meat.
to tho undersigned administrator witlinuw
anu inoso lnaeoteu 10 tnncsiaie 10 inimo ihi)uiciiii
KSTATK Or RIlWAHn ItArrKV. tATH Of m uom
Ol'lllIOKCIHTnlLU, tetters of Administration 011 thcestatoof Kdward
Ilorrey lato of tlio iioroiielior Uentralia, county or
Columbia, dereoscd.havo wen irrantcd by the IteglH
tr of said county to Sarah II. ilariey of tho liorough
of Centralla. All persons having clalmi against the
estate of tho decedent are requested to present them
for settlement, and thouu Indebted tofha estate ta
make payment to tho undersigned administrator
without delay. HAltAIl 11. 1IAFKKY.
March l,-8l. Administratrix.
kstate or riAVID llAVIS, dkckabed.
letters of Administration on tho estate ot David ,
Ilavts, late ot Heaver township, Columbia county. )
deceased, have boon granted by the Itegtster of eald 1
en., to M arg.irct and John II. Ilavts, Admlnlstratora I
of liAVId Hails, dee'd. All tiersnns having claims
against tho estate of the decedent are requested to
iirescnt them for nettlcincnt, and those Indebted to
the cfltato to niako payment to the undersigned
Administrators without delay,
JOHN II. DAVIS,
Miircii'21, t. Administrators.
ADM I NISTUATOU'S NOTICK.
KSTATE OP 8. X. ALBEKTSOX, DECKASID.
letters of Administration on tho estate of U.K.
Alcertson, lato of llcnton township, county of Co
lumbia county, Stato ot Pennsylvania, deceased,
havo been granted to H, II. Albertson, of Denton,
l'n., to whom all persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to make payment, and those having
claims or demands will make known the same with
out delay, it. D. AU1K11TSON,
Denton, March 17-dw. Administrator.
KSTATK Or KNOS TOWI.KK, DECEASED.
Lctlcraot AdmlnlstintloniiK bonis koh on thou
tato of linos Fowler. l.au of Ilrlarcreck tovvnsliln. Co
lumbla county. State of Pennsylvania, deceosed,haT
uccn grantoo to u. urinsuacn.oi paieui towosuip.
Luzerna county, I'd., tonhornall persons Indebted
are requested to make payment, andthoso hovlng
claims or demands will inako known the samo with
out delay. V.(l. DUIKSIIACII,
Administrator dk bonis noh.
A UDlTOlt'S NOTICE.
LX. ESTATE OP WII.SOM Att.EN. DECEASED.
1 no undersigned Auditor lomako distribution of
the fund In the hands of the Administrator of the es
tate of Wilson Allen, deceased, will attend to the
duties ot his tippotntuient, at his onlcoln Dlooms
burg, on Tucsd.iy, April 5tn, istc, at 10 o'clock a.
m when and where all persons having claims
against tho said estate, are required to present tho
sumo before the Auditor, or be debarred from com
ing In for a share of said fund.
K. E. OltVIS,
March 21, 1S7H-4W. Auditor. ,
K ESTATE OP JAMES HESS, LATH OP COLCK
1IIA COfNTY, DECEASED.
Tho undersigned auditor appointed by tho Court
to distribute tlio balance In the hands ot the Admin
istrators ot said deceased to and among the persona
enllll'-d to the same, will attend to the duties of hut
appointment at tlio sheriff's oflice In Dloomsburg.on '
Tuesday, the lsth day of April, 1876, at ten o'clock; a.
in., w lien uuu wucre an persons are nereoy nounea
to mike tnelr claim beforo the Auditor or be debar
red rrom coming In on said fund.
Dloomsburg, Mar. 17-lw. Auditor.
Iu 1110 matter of tho Sheriff's sale, of the real cstato
1 . 11. aua wnuain t. sugar, trading as liugar c
Tho undersigned, appointed by the Court ot Com
mon l'leos of Columbia county to distribute the mon
ey arising from said sales to and amongst those en
titled, will perform the duties of his appointment
at tho onice of It. F. & .1. M. Clark In Dloomsbunr on
Saturday, April, 22, 1870, at 10 o'clock a. m., when
and whero all persons Interested will attend.
It. F. CLARK.
March ll-w. Auditor.
TEItMR: Actual travellhg-, boarding-, and other
expenses; llvo dollars a session, for taking the report:
and ten cents a tollo, ( hundred words, ) for wrltlni;
out Into long.hand. '
Where the matter reported In ono day equals or
exceeds ntty folios, the live-dollar fee will be remitt
ed, and the transcribing Into long-hand charged at
lit teen cents a folio; but, tn all such cases. If fewer
than tlf ty folios aro purchased, the rive dollars will
Address. S. Jf. Walker, A. M. , Court-stenographer,
Dtoomsburg, Columbia county, .Pennsylva
nia. Residence. Iron street, between Third and
onice. With n. E. Orvls. Esq. , Columbian-building;
tntrniice.opposlto tho east gate to the court
housu yaid, nrst iloor, nrst door to right.
Olllee-liour, from twelvo to one o'clock.
leb 18, lbill-ly
DY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF VEND.UX. Issued out
ot tho Com t of Counnun l'leas ot Columbia county
anu to mo directed, will bo exposed to bale on the
SATURDAY, AWUL 8H1, 1870,
nt 10 o'clock a. m., nil that certain real estate sltuato
In Montana, Coiiynghain township, Columbia coun
ty, hounded by lands cf V.nn Jones, of Mary (ieorgo
on the tciitli, a public road on the east, and an alley
on the west: being about thirty feet In front, uud
ono bundled and forty feet In depth, more or less;
hereon ure erected a dwelling hoiuje and out
buildings. seized, token Into execution, and to bo sold as the
property of William Morgan and l'hlllp 1). Hughes.
, Dy virtue cf a writ of Alias 1 lerl Facias to mo
directed will be exposed to public sale at
the Court llouso In liloomsbuip, all that mes
siiago and tract of land situate in orange township,
Columbia county, I'o., bounded 1 n the south by land
ot Daniel Kline and Abner Welsh, on the west by
Daniel Kline and Jonathan I'oust, on the north by
John Kline, and on the east by At uer Welsh; con
taining r.o acres, more or less, on which are erected
a dwelllug-liousc, barn, and other outbuildings.
A certain lotcf ground In Light street, being lot
Jui. c and cne-Lalt ot lot No. 1 lu Klipg's nddltlen cf
said town.whereon are crccWd two dwelling houses,
stuble and oiher outbulldli.gs.
M Ized, tain n into execution, and to be wld as tho
propei ty 11 Charles U-e, '
At thei-ame time nnd place, by Mrtue cf a writ of
Liuil Fii to. r.ll that (iitolu !cl tr plueof lui.d
hit uu 1 InlcaMr tiWMhlp. cuh mbtii tounty, la.,
Uuitltd and dtcrrlted as fillcws, lowlt: tn tl.e
iiUthlinrcdK lyhLriof I'.McAfNc, inthe btuth
ten iiiIh altng a teituln streit ruioliilng lai.il tt
1 unci 1 mis, sn Hi 1 uu by h mi u tain l, McAtne
six j.tjioiiid nu.tii.tli juil.tp. nrrtch Ihc wnt
hi hn.dtl John II. Ilihb slili.two uDd tv.o.ttHh
Kill is to the jlnceit liglinlng; en vidrb aiu
uu id a cwtllli g hciistt ni,d iil.ir 1 utbul:dlnes.
t-elzid, lull 11 ihtoejiiutn 11, 1 i,d lo lo tcld us the
Ilt'iuiy ti El zuUlhM. Llivp.
Muich 18, lS7u.
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IQ8 BANK ST. CLEV, O.
March m, ic..y.
KAUB FRKMIER & EDWARDS,
Successors to 11. Doncy & Bon,
0111NA, GLASS & QDEENSWARE,
Old stand, m Market orp, new p. o., phiia.
viI?l.n!.r,K.Xn;,'t,,,lduw,nt,lU ' purihliU'iK of
and dticruttd, ihclie sljhs undiupiiior tAum .
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Pli-lii, c il.aiid ingtMHl. ourtlitk hasbiuiiuni
lu 1) Hlii lid and punlwitil fur cash, 1 iiullli g us lu
bell ulll.e lowin pilcm. I.siidulioie 1 titled 10
our ri'liiildiHrin,iui. funicular mtruiiun 11 11
lu ilrcoi allon of jhliiuundglnts luiMir InluHie's
ortu inatthbicktn win. Full llnetf Inliji Hjles
ami list muki-Koi hll,Vi;it-WAllli.
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