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33R00KWA7& SLWELL, Editors.
. IiLOOMSHlTH(. PA.
Friday, A p v il 31, 18 70.
Democratic Stato Coaniltteo.
The members of the) Democratic Stato
committco Are requested to meet at llArrlt
" Wtf, Thursday, April 20, at the rooms In tlio
Kby Uuilillnir, corner Fifth am) Market
streeM, at 12 am., for the jmrpore rr organl
ration. William M'Clelland,
Harrlsburg. April 13. 1S76.
HOW LANCASTER DOES IT.
Lancaster, tho pride and bulwark of tlio
llopublican party, notwithstanding her
wealth and resources has gravitated Into a
debt of nearly $300,000. Berks her bister
county and rival, Is under Democratic man"
agement, and out of debt.
Tho Auditors of Lancaster, evidently cu
rlousmeu and nominatod because it was ira
agined that the office was of no Importance,
made a lengthy report. In It thev say
We also fiud by the minutes of tbo Hoard ot
f Commissioners of Lancaster county, that
Jacob Greonawalt, President, met and trans
acted business seventy-four days without a
quorum of tho Board being present; thirty'
seven of those days ho was prcfeut lu pur
suance of adjournment of the regular Board
and thirty-seven days he was present in pur'
suanco oi his own adjournment and call.
i This beata Luzerne and Schuylkill.
The Auditors also complain about the
paymont of 510,350,00 lor County advurtis
itig. In Democratic Columbia the County
only paid $1,013,60 for advertising, blank?,
stationery and postage.
Wo commend these facts to our Ilepub
lican brethren. Stealing is so natural to tho
lladical office holder th it it Is not surpris
ing that Corruption taints every official at
Washington, and In this Stato has Philadel
phia, Pittsburg and Lancaster as abiding
A W0H.D TO SUPERVISORS.
As a faithful journalist it is not only our
duty to keep our readers informed on the
tunics of tho day, to point out abuses and
suggest remedies but also to instruct ig
norant or careless officials as to their public
iduties. ,If after such public notice, they
fall In the discharge of their offices, tho peo
ple themselves are responsible for not pun
ishing their neglect.
The following is an Act of Assembly forty
yoars old, but la so generally neglected that
we reprint it :
"The Supervisors of every township shall
cause posts to be erected at the Intersection
of all public roads within their respective
townships (where trees are not convenient)
with boards firmly fixed there-on, and index-hands
pointing to the direction of such
roads ; on which boards shall be inscribed,
in large, legible characters, the name of the
town, village, or place, to which such roads
may lead, and the distance thereto compu
ted in miles.
"If any Supervisor shall, after ten days
personal notice, neglect or refuse to put up
or keep in complete repair, index-boards as
,atriiatd, such Supervisor shall, for every
such offence, forfeit and pay a sum not ex
ceeding teu dollars."
CARRYING CONCEALED WEAPONS.
It is about time that the wholesomo pro
visions of the law against carrying concealed
weapons should bo enforced by the proper
officers. As it is at present, the law is a dead
letter. Tho evil is spreading with great ra
pidity, and there is scarcely a boy over 14
years of age that has not his revolver, loaded
and ready for use, carrying it about with
him. We can scarcely pick up a pa
per that has not an account of an accidental
shooting, or what is worse, a premeditated
one. Even in the rural districts at alt gath
erings of a social, literary or religious char
acter, it is not unusual after the close of the
exercises to hear the.report of several pistols
as tho folks are retiring to their homes. A
young: man is not fully equipped unless be
haa ajfrevolver or pistol in his hip pocket.
1 fi j'8 arm of the law should be invoked
and an example, made of a few. so that the
rest may be deterred from this vicious prac
tice. Our attention has been called to several
cases in our town, and we trust the offenders
will be brought to justice. It is a cowardly
and unnecessary practice as a rule.
We get tired recording them, but as the
Republican organs are afraid to let their
readers know the truth we must keep them
One Clapp, the Government printer, ad
raits to (58,000, and the Committer are not
through with him.
And then comes Bucher Swope, formerly
U. S. Attorney fur our Western District and
the light and pride of his party. It seems
that lie gobbled from $15,000 to $20,000, and
his estate Is being sued lor it.
TUB BOOM BILL.
The examination of witnesses before the
House and Senate committees still contin
lies. We refrain from any opinion until we
see the evidence. The bill is dead, and
whether the investigation is a shrewd device
of Hemic a or not we aro unable to pay,
Kmblck, of the Lumber Exchange, and Uer-
die, of the Susquehanna Boom Company,
way be able to tell us all about it. There
is no doubt, however, that the means used
to pass the bill and to defeat it were corrupt
Since the Senate has passed a bill fixing
the President's salary hereafter at ?25,000
r i i . i . . . i . i il.i i... -.
t per year, uraui uas uuuuuucu mav no tuu
J not afford to devote six months In the year
' . . I it I nl f ...... I. ., I .
to me Buairs ui luo cuuuwy iu, ucu u imnry
consideration. Ho Is growing quite indig
riant about the matter, and ears if the "ea
vlors of the country" are to bo treated in
that shabby kind of style, there ain't much
Inducement for a man to go into tho savior
business very extensively.
The death of A. T, Stewart is the second
of the triumvirate of great millionaires of
New York Aster, Stewart and Vaiulerbllt,
Considering the amount of wealth possessed
by thtsa men the good tbey have done in
the world is small Indeed. I heir lives were
given to making money not spending It,
Tbe President has signed tbo act to pro
vide for a deficiency In the priuting and en
graving bureau of the treasury department
and for tbo Issue of silver coin of tbe United
States in placo of fractional currency, and
has vetoed the bill reducing tho President'
wdary to $25,000, from and after the -1th of
WORDS FITLY SPOKEN.
Wlicnover an net of rascality Is com
milted by the Republican leaders, tho office
holding and petty newspaper clan rush In
discriminated Into a defenco of their party.
If the Treasury Is proven to Imvo been
systematically robbed, Instead of condemn
ing tho thief, abuo U 1 leaped upon tbo
Democrats who detected and brought to
punishment the offenders. If a Democratic
Congress iitioartbs startling fraud,, and
show that they have been not only cn
courugeu for years by the party In power
but with the knowledge and assistance, of tho
Presldeut and his subordinates, tho only
answer is a wavo of "tlio bloody shirt," and
a weak editorial about the "Confederate
Democratic rule In certain Southern States
is denounced as tvrr.tnleal, but tho outrages
committed by such mon as Kellogg. Pinch'
back, Ames, Patterson, Moses, and Spencer
in Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama and
South Carolina aro justified, and tho pcrpo
trators rewarded by a debauched party.
In South Carolina, however, tbe matter
has gono too far, and even the thick-skinned
Frets speaks out as follows ;
Republican conventions like that in session
for tho nast few davs at Columbia. South
Carolina, aro a disgrace to the majority
which controls them, to tbo Slate they pro
tend to represent, and to the great party of
the nation. Tho scenes of violent disorder
which accompanied the proceedings fitly
Illustrate tho character of tho majority as,
well as the means by which their success
was gained. For South Carolina tlio present
is a critical time, adovo an things else,
that Stato needs an honest government. Re
publican or Democratic, tho administration
of uer political atlatrs ought to be econo
tnical, upright, above suspicion. Is there
any probability of her securing such
blessing at the hands of tho faction which
now appears to be in control of tho orgam
zation embracing the great majority of voters
in tbe State? The most, malignant enemy
of South Carolina could wish her no worse
fate than to be governed as this kind of noli
ticians govern, while her wcll-wishors must
oe appalled by tho prospect. When the
party is to speak for the State, and the Stato
is preparing to co-operato with her sister
States in Isatioual Council, the rank and
file allow themselves to bo swayed by the
cunning hand of intrigue till, as wo'havo
said, disaster and disgrace come upon them.
The moral has become trite, but is none the
less useful let tho people dictate terms to
it.!' , ' r i ... . .
tue uuiiuciana anu reiuse ionizer 10 laKe
orders from them. But it is not alone South
Carolina which is affected by this defeat.
republicanism sutlers witn ner. it it is
true that tho Republicans of the Palmetto
state aro really in lavor ot pure and honest
government, It is equally truo that the Re
publicans of the nation are standing on
precisely the same platform : yet, as the
South Carolinians will bo judged by the two
thirds vote of their convention against the
proposition to endorse Governor Chamber
lain, ho there is great danger that the nation
al party may bo charged with insincerity
when it asks for a continuance in nowcr on
a platform the foundation-plank of which
is reform. We have frequently said, and
would now emphasize the reiteration, that
the best interests of tne country demand
another Republican Administration, com
posed of tho ablest and best men of tbat
political faith ; but the example of South
Carolina is not cheering, and docs nol tend
to impress thinking people with the truth
fulness of the claim of the Republican party
to be the only party of true reform. It is
because the masses are not represented by
the politicians that direrace and defeat have
sometimes come to our party.
In a recent editorial on the Lancaster
Convention we used the following language :
"The demagogues and political adventurers
were placed in the rear and their anti-Dem
ocratic principles repudiated. The people
have spoken and so fitly that not even a howl
is heard from those hurt."
It seems the Potltville Standard was wound
ed as may be seen by the following "howl":
We like cheek, but when Brockway of the
Bloomsburg Columbian, pronounces such
veteran Democrats as F. V. Hughes and
Hon. Hendiick B. Wright "mere political
adventurers," isn't it about timo to take
The Lancaster Convention took the "mens-
uro" of these gentlemen, and pretty unani
mously ordered them to "step down and
It looks as if the Democratic officials ot
Luzerne county would take the place in iail
so recently vacated by the Democratic offi
cials of Schuyklll county. Uaiette it Bulel
tin A little inquiry might have enabled tho
Bulletin to learn the fact that the commiss
ioners in Luzerne and the pardoned ones
from Schuykill are not all Democrats. Fur
ther that in the latter county they were sen
tenced by a Democratic Judge, and pardon
ed by a Republican Governor. Alio that a
Republican Judge in Luzerne is implica
ted with the Commissioners.
There is no longer any need of trifling
with the case of Babcock. We are no more
disposed than any one to take all that Whit
ley says ot him as tbe truth, but their) is
other evidence. Babcock has been a stand
ing disgrace to the administration of the
President, and it will be a blessed day for
Grant when the late private secretary is
Right for once, but what will our neighbor
the Republican, say to such treasonable
utterances. A few years ago such sentluients
would have landed their author in Port
Mifflin. Gazetted Bulletin.
Col. Forney is becoming discouraged. He
sadly remarks that "the example of South
Uarollua Is not cheering and does not tend
to impress tmnklng people with tho trutn-
uiness oi mo claim oi (be republican party
to be tbo only parly of true reform."
It Is scarcely worth Col. lorney'B while
to worry over that, Thenumber of "think
ing people" who hold any such opinion re
garding the Republican party Is too small
to fret about. Except the office holders and
organ editors no body now-a-days has the
faiutest symptoms of such a belief.
Win, D. Forten, a colored man of Phil
adelphia, is one of the alternate delegates to
tbe Republican National Convention.
Yes, and sensible darkey that he is, when
he saw tho company Into which ho was
thrown ho resigned. I he colored men nru
not so dumb in politics as tbey were a few
years since and tills year many of them will
decline being "the hewers of wood and car
rlers of water" for their corrupt task mas'
Eleven years ago on the 14th of April
which was Good Friday, President Lincoln
was assassinated. For the first time since
that day tbe Htu of April this year was
Good I rlday.
Two Tmnnrtaiit Discoveries: The dlacov
... .r A..rici liv rtnluinlitiu. nnil Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery ; tlio one
opening up tomauKinu anew comment, me
other a fountain of health, which is indis
pensable to the full enjoyment of life and its
f .I.....! Tti riutinnun ti tlirt nlllivp unlit!.
nient come the unsolicited attestations of
tens of thousands of grateful patients, who
havo been relieved of chronic ailment
through its instrumentality. Those voices
are limited to no one locality, but from every
rtv villfli.e. and hamlet, in our broad do-
.....1.. uu will uu fmm ntlipr r.limr-ii ntwl In
mum, " -' " ' . -, ...
the strange utterances of foreign tonguis.i
Use tne cuuiwacu luuiiuui ui .'." i.Mvv,
come uulelgneu anu ueariy coniuieuuuuiiiis,
It I- In onmli Inntlnn witlitlin I'lpiUClll L I'lir.
4 I-, IM .." " - -- - - - "
gallve renew, me great uepurutor ui me
I T.iilov Itu Imnlirn npHnn lrlllltiona llitu
appear, excessive waste Is checked, the
nerves are strengthened, anu neaiin, long
banished from the system, resumes her reign
and re-establishw) her roseate throne upon
the cheek. All who have thoroughly tested
Its virtues iu the diseases for which it is rec
ommended unite in pronouncing it the threat
Medical Discovery of tbe age.
Washington, D. C, April 18, 1876.
T ! ; p, Kllbnurn Habeas Corpus case Is tho
only topio nf conversation nere. And It
deserves to be, for It Is ono of tlio most Im
portant questions ever before Congress. I
will brielly recapitulate tho facts. Kllbnurn
wua summoned before n committee of the
House and directed to bring Ills bonks and
pipers relating to what is known as tho Real
Estate Pool, Kllbnurn gives tho names of
some of tho members of tho pool and among
others that of Jay Cooko & Co. This firm
was Indebted to tbo government In n large
sum of money and the object of tho Inquiry
was to ascertain if they bad any interest in
property not surrendered. Mr. Kelbourn
stated that tbo courts had examined that
question and that all tho Interest of Jay
Cooko & Co., had been given up. He re
fused to give the names of the other nrtles
In tho pool or to exhibit bis books and pa
pers. The committco reported him to the
House as in contempt for rofusingto answer.
Tho House ordered him into the custody of
Thompson sergeant-at-arms and to bo con
fined in tho District Jail. Kelbourn stated
before tho committee and repeated it beforo
tho House that if "any gentleman hero or
any member of the committee will express
his conviction, grounded on any fact known
to him. that there is any connection what
ever with any public act that Congress has a
right to investigate or to found any legisla
tion upon, that he was ready to answer any
questions that might be put to him." But
ho declined upon tho ground that ".his busi
ness was wltli private citizens nnd that the
government had no right to inqulro Into It."
Many Democrats hold that Kllbourn was
right and that the House committed an er
ror in sending him to Jail Under a law
passed some years ago, the Speaker certified
Kelbourn'scase to the District Court and he
was indicted. Marshall Snarpo demanded
his body but it was refused. Kelbourn then
sued out a writ of Habeas Corpm beforo
Judge Carter, chief justlco of tho District.
Tlfu writ was made returnable last Saturday
and Mr. Thompson upon whom it was served
asked until Tuesday, as he had submitted
the question of whether he should produce
the body to tho House of Representatives
by whoso order lie held it. The question was
referred to the Judiciary committee and on
Saturday they made two reports. Tho ma
jority reported against permitting the body to
re delivered, but tho minority consisting of
Proctor Knott of Kentucky. Lynde of Wis
consin and Frye of Siaino reported In favor
ot obeying the writ, frye is a republican
whileltnott and Lynde are Democrats. They
presented tho following resolution, "lie
soloed. That tbo sergeaut-at-arms be,and he
is hereby directed, to mako careful return
to tho writ of Habeat Corput in the case of
Hallett Killbourn, that the person is duly
held by the authority of tlio House of Rep
resentatives to answerm proceedings against
him for contempt, and tiiat tho sergeant-at-
arms take with him the body of said Kel
bourn before said court when making such
return, as required by law." Alter long dis
cussion llin minority report was adopted by
a vote of 105 yeas to 72 nays. Seventy-six
Democrats and eighty-nine Republicans
voted yea. and sixty-eight Democrats three
Republicans and Mr. Banks voted nay. To
day Mr. Kelbourn is before Judge Carter
and his attorneys claim that lie is unjustly
held, as he was not bound in law to answer
tbe questions put to him not to to produce
tbe books nnd papers required. So the
question is settled for the present and Con
gress acted wisely in obeying tlio writ.
Should Judge Carter decide to inquire into
the legality ot the action ot the House and
to dcteriniuo whether it had tbe right to
put tbo questions and ii event of a failure
to answer to imprison for contempt, then
the Supreme Court will bo called on to de
The Grand Jury of the District has in
dicted General Babcock, Harrington Dis
trict Attorney, Wlutelv and jNettusliip de
tectives and the burglars whom they em
ployed for the safe burglary conspiracy. The
indictments set lorth that these parties con
spired together for the purpose of robbing
the safe of the District Attorney and putting
the books and papers taken therefrom into
the possession of Columbus Alexander, thus
enabling them to charge and convict him of
the robbery. Babcock was bailed iu the
sum of ten thousand dollars. Tho payments
of the Geneva award will bo made on the
first of May. nnd tlio Secretary of the
Treasury has ordered the sale of six millions
ot Iionds to raise the money, uen. Delknap
appeared before the Senate to-day to answer
the impeachment charge. Ho was repre
sented by Mont'omerv if air, Jiiii(.o Jere.
Black and ex Senator Matt Carpenter. He
pleads to the iurUdiction of the court, upon
tho ground that having resigned ho cannot
be impeached. I line is given lor tne parues
to prepare their arguments upon this ques
tion, which is reallv.the most important one
iu the case, for itmakes very littledifference
whether Belknap is found guilty or not, but
it is highly important mat it suaii ue uen
nitely settled whether an officer can escape
impeachment by resignation.
It is said that leading army officers are
asking for a court martial to try Babcock.
Some of them say they do not want to be
associated on terms of equality witli a man
who is accused ot sucli crimes as be is accus
The finance question has dropped nut of
Congress, seemingly without any precon
certed arrangement to that effect. Whether
this is a wise movement on the part of the
Democrats nr not time will tell, I am in
clined to think that tho people want some
action on this subject and will not be satis
fied without it, A strong movement in fa
vor of Judge David Davis is being develop
ed. His friends claim that ho is the strong
est man that can be put before tho people by
the St. Louis' convention and are urging
him for tho placo. Tho friends of Bavard.
Tilden, Hendricks and Thurman each make
the same claim for their favorites, anil the
Democrats must finally determine. Blaine
still leads on the Republican side, though
somo cfibrto are being made to smirch him.
So fur they have resulted in nothing definite
enough lor mm to demand an investigation,
and have been successfully answered,
TUB STATE CAPITOL.
IlAUMsnuna, April 18th, 187C.
The snail's pace at which legislation mov
ed during the first half of the session, which
characterizes every, .Legislature and which
forces the conviction on the mind of u casual
observer that lawmakers are truly a lazy set
of men, has given place at last, since the
time for final adjournment has been fixed,
ton busy activity and pushing forward ol
the work, which bids fair soon to divest the
calendars of their plethoric appearance and
to leave them in a condition in striding con
trast to that of last year.
As is customary, appropriation bills were
given precedence in consideration by Hie
House, and all that appeared upon the cal
endars, a large number, have been passed to
.l.ii 1! I ! .1.- ir r
uuru rcuuiug, leaving io Jiuuse jrea 10 con
sider much of tbe tardy legislation, local
and otherwise in character.
Among the matters of importance which
havo trausplrcd since our last letter are the
following : On Wednesday the committer
unpointed by tlio House to examine into the
alleged abuses in the conduct of the affairs
of the Philadelphia Huuso of Refuge mude
a report which, while It does not by auy
meaus confirm the stories which were afloat.
censures the present superintendent of the
institution most stverely for cruel and over
severe corporeal punishment of tlio Inmates
and with neglect of cleanliness and means of
securing the beaun or tue children.
A minority report was also presented
which embodied uu attempted excuso of the
superintendent for his negligence, A result
of the investigation has been that the bill
making the annual appropriation of money
to this Institution was with difficulty passed.
and not without an amendment necessitating
tne probable retirement oi tue present man
agement, and throwing every bafu-guard
around tlie appointment of their successors,
The new county bill has again this ncsslon
received n quietus, Herdic's tampering first
..ii ,,,.., i, ,i ii,..
l.K.ll, OI4D'IVIWII U'WII l. .Ill liri, 1VO
culatiuu so us to apply it to the county of
j.Uicrnu atone was ' tne nuir mat broke tbe
camel's back "
Tbe bill fixing salaries for county officers
in lieu ot ull lees now received by them,
which aro to be paid into tho county treasu
ry, has passed the House finally, uud the
court house officers of the State aro on an
equal footing with the "row-officials" of
Philadelphia, who after struggling through
the first five weeks of the kessiou, were at
last obliged to succumb to the inevitable.
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Another bill has also passed, in which
your readers will feel an interest. It allows
nn appeal from the Judgment of county com
missioners, on assessment for taxation,to tho
Court of Common Pleas.
The general stay law from executions on
judgments has been defeated, relief lor debt
ors being provided in tho assignee law, pass
ed earlier in tho session.
The Senate, having backed down from Its
position lu regard to tlio consideration of
Ilouso bills, Is busily engaged on the Homo
calendar. The general appropriation bill Is
engaging IU attention at present.
Tho lloorn Investigating Committco are
still delving lor facts in that disgraceful bu
siness. They have about concluded their
labors and may possibly report this week.
Hon. Thomas A. Scott, President nf tho P.
R. R., was examined last night. As n mat
ter of course he knows nothing. The Hon,
Samuel Jo-ephs goes beforo the committco
to'tiight. Petrnfl's game tn make Skinner a
sopc-gnat will not win, it is said.
The death of Hon. S. 1'. Ryan, of Colum
bia county, so sudden and unexpected, east
a deep gloom over his fellow members. Mr.
Rvan was a good member nnd n genisl com
panion, and his loss it felt, ills was tbo
eleventh nnmo upon tho death roll of tho
L,0KisIatur ot 187&-U. B.
Tim Peruvian Svrnn :
Vitalizes and enriches tlio blood, tones up
the system, builds up tho broken-down, cures
ijyspo. s e, i,tver uoinpiatnts, uiopsy, (jnron
ic Diairlirca, Bolls, Nervous Affection
Chills and Fevers. Humors. Loss of Con
stitluional Vigir, DVaesoftheKidneysand
lilaililer, 1-emnle Uomplalnts, and all disu
ses originating ina bad slate of tlio Blood.
or accompanied by Debility or a Low Stato
ol the ovstem.
Caution I Ro snrn vnu pet tbn Prnii'
vian tjvnui'. One dollar and two dollars a
bottle. Sold by dealers generally.
Setii W. FowtiF, &. Sons, Proprietors.
80 Harrison Avenue, Boston.
Drauoino Out Existence. The nervous.
weakly invalid does not enjoy life, but merely
irai out existence, as inu ihinwu is. unlit
tcil tor the active pursuits or lite, and incapa
ble nf partaking ol Its pleasures, to which health
alone can give a zest ; disinclined to social in
tercourse, and a pruy lo melancholy, the vale-
luclimiriaii is nulo.il nn object ol inly, let
there is nothing in all this that cannot be re
medleil by that genial alterative tonic nnd her
vine. Hosteller's Stomach Bitter, which sup
plies deficient stamina, braces lliu nervuus sys
tem, ami overcomes uiose uoiiiiy irregularities
lo which nervous weakness is most lrtquenll
nttribulable. Diseases of the kidney and blad
der imperfect digestion and uterine tioubles are
lertilu sources ot debility, ilieir eradication
however, becomes a matter of certainty whin
Hontelter's Stomach Bitters are systematical I v
used for that purpose. The Bitters likewise
annihilate and prevent fever anil ague and oth
er debilitating febrile complaints of a malarial
Without Cost. Messrs. Potts Brothers
now offer lo send a sample copy of tho
American Mock Journal free lo all who de
sire to examine it. Every farmer should
send and get one, and tl;eu he will undoubt
edly want It n whole year for himself nnd
family. It will only cost one dollar to get
a large 32 page illustrated monthly, telling
all about about stuck raising nnd farming
Those who subscribe now, get 3 numbers of
1875, free. Just tho paper for hard times.
Parksburg, Chester county, Pa., is tho plate
to send. April 1-lMw.
EST1TK Or GIUR0E 8C01T, UEC'l).
i-etters oi Administration cn the Estate of Geo.
Scott ot CutuHlssa Columbia County, deceased,
have been (fronted by tbe lteirlsier ot said countv to
George c. fccuit, ot catanlssa, Columbia county, I'a.,
iu wuuiu uu iierbuus umeuieu 10 saiu ibuiie- aro re-
.(UbObVU HI IU.KQ pyUIVUl. HIU Udllll), VIUIU1D
ugalnst, the bald estate Mill make them knonn lo tlio
said admlolsirator wllbout delay.
u&uiiu si j. ouu iTi
Apr. Sl.TO.-Cn" Administrator.
400 ACRES OF COAL LAND
Lying In Drtnr Creek and Ftslitng Creek Townships,
In Columbia county, and only about lour miles trum
liernlck. 'I'UuUnu is well timbered and a large selu
ot coal open on said iroperty.
Fur turns and candllljus ot sale, address or call
ApiU.Jl.-3ra. WUkes-barre, ra.
llio subscriber offers at private sain ihn pond will.
st oek ana tlxlures ot tbu Kit known uud luui estab
lished MILLINERY STORE
on Main fctreot, IHoomsburg, whlcb has for years
had tue most e.xtenslt o aud best pa) lng busmess or
its kind in town.
Tbo rooms heretofore occupied as tho storo wili
be leased ai a reasonable ratu. l'or particulars up
pru Vl.-iw. I1AUUIET UAKMA.N.
TOTICE TO COLLECTORS.
Iho amounts due bv collectors on Countv and Dos
Taxes are needed. 1 ho moneys have Lcen assessed
and levltu to meet tbe demands on tho tounly
Tieasury, Tlio Duplicates ncie placed In tho hands
of collectors to collect and pay over. Collectors ho
fall to collect their taxes certainly neglect their duty
and thosu ho collect and fall to pay over v lol.ito t he
law and may be punished tor so doing. Tbe taw
iiiukcs il my uuiy to see iuai me money is paia inio
the Treasury and out of It, and to pay out I must
first have It paid In. Collectors In arrears w 111 thcro
loro plcaso tako notice tbat duplicates must do
bettled during the coming term of May Court.
Treasurer's (inicu 11. w. AleliEYNOLbS.
bloomsburg, April 18, 'in. Treasurer,
J. B. KNITTLK.
W. It. ABBOTT
Important to Farmers.
and everybody la want of
LIME, LUMBER, AND COAL.
P We have erected kilns at or near the Paper JJlll.on
the 1). II. W. It. It. und are now prepared to sell
lime at w-ry reasonabte prices and of good quality.
Orders by the car promptly tilled und shipped to
any station on the above road.
AfullllneofLUMIlKlt.orall kinds, dressed
or In the rough, Milngies, Lath and
bill Timber to which wo tmlto
the uttentton of custo
mers. Orders received and tilled tor all kinds of FiiiiLT
by sti let attention to business wo hope to merit a
shaie of public patronage.
KNITTLK ft ABBOTT.
April 21, is'o.- Catawlssa, l'a.
Ccntcnuial Prices, 187G.
PLANTS BY MAIL,
l'OEtpald to any address In tho United States.
For 31 cts 1 New neraatum, doublo or single.
" ss cts. Older Varieties, " " '
" w cts. 1 (lernnlum, 1 Ageratum. 1 Colcus, 1 Ver
bena 1 Hage, 1 Fuschla.
" tl.oo, ! Ageiatum. 1 Geranium, 2 Sages, 8 Colcus,
Heliotrope, 4 Verbenas.
By express, box nnd racking free, for ts.oo.
12 Verbenas, In variety.
basket Plants, .
Orders received for Trees, Shrubs and Evergreens.
vatu to accompany su enters.
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P H I I ADll PHIA
Juries for May Term, 1876.
Git AND Jimous.
Heaver-Ellas stiller, Joseph Lehr,
Benton Ellas Mcllcnry, Hr John Ashleman.
Hrtarcrcek Adam Suit.
lierwlck W. II Opdjke.
bloomsburg John H. Ktcrncr.
Catan tssa Joseph Martz, II. J. Iteedcr.
Flshlngcreek J. iU lluckalcw, Thomas Hutchison,
L. JI. Crevellng.
Greenwood' bos. Howard, David Dcmott,
Jarkson Clinton U'wls.
Locust Joseph K, Itliodes, Samuel Price,
.Montour Dald Mouser,
Sit. Pleasant Wm. lloncr.
Ecott-H. F, Oman, (icorgu M. Hal.cr.
Denton-Ceo. Kccler, 1, K, K. Uubach, I. K. Krlck
baum. Berwlck-Itobert Q. Crispin, Henry C. Freas.
lirlarcaek William Lamon, Andrew Fowler.
Header N. Ilredbcnner, Jr.
Bloomsburg John Wolf, itlchacl Casey, Kr., 13. F.
CataHlssa-(!co. P. Drlesbach.
Centrolla Scth Thomas.
Centre Jesso nicks.
Franklin-Joseph Kccdcr, Samuel E. Lohrmon.
Flshlngcreek D. W. Kitchen, C, W. Kreamer, John
Orecnwood-oco. w.t'tt, J, U, Ikclcr.
Hemlock Amos H. llarlman, II. 1). McBrlde,
Locust Wm. Wilson, Jccathan llachman, W. H.
ltelnbold, Inane Jobnaon.
Main James Ktcfcr, btaccy John, F. K llentz.
Jhultson-l). A. Watson,
JtUPleaaant .lohn II. Vandcrsllcc.J. Hagenbuch.
JIlfatn-AL'reil W. Iless.
bcottS. W. Edgar.
Beaver Win. Knell,
Berwlck-J, W, Dteltcrlck, John Taylor, Samuel V.
lirlarcrcek Joso-Jh Sponcnbcrg, John Fester,
Uloolnsburg-Karauel Yeltcr, J, W. Hotter, A. W.
Centcr-Oco, o, Fredericks, I), E. Ilajmnn, Hiram
Whltmyer, Philip Creasy,
Catuivlhsa-dco. (illtxrt, Nelson Hartman,
CcntTalla 7m.'lilgtoy, John curran.
Ijcust Ephralm Achey .Daniel Morrls.F.dward Vat-
kins, Mlclutcl Honbergcr, Jonas Bernlnger,
Mltnin Thomas Aten, H. II, Swank.
Sit, Pleasant Jacob Gilbert, Clerauel Jtuckle,
Orange Iteuben BeUis, Wis. Y. llc&i.
Hne-John F. Fowler,
Hcott-Danlel Hn) der, John Btelcy,
ctu Esa fji
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romn forward nnd settle at enco or tho nrcountswlll
bo placed In tho nsnds of tho proper officer for col-
''FeKi-tt. HTUrilEN KNOHH.
ATTOItNKY AT LAW.
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Willi stamp, lor terms anu apt'cirnens.
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Tho subscriber will oner at prlvnto f alo
TIIUEE TOWN LOTS
In tho town of Light Strcot, Columbia county. The
Improvements consist, of a two-story framo liouso,
with neceHs iry outbuildings, a blacksmith shop nnd
small framo bouso sultnblo for a shop.
Terms mado easy tor purchasers.
J. II, KEIM,
Light Street, April lt-2m.
nothcr ro tdy mv stote on nnd after Stay 1, lTt.
'ib' tib.vii'f" wilt k st i' i y tn" rt'i'lv pa
s- -te n "t ile-ei " , t n t ' t " i -t i td :'M
der . r . In- f 'r i i h '."i .1 i i lueui
lui.iticrt' .Hilt-tin , nf 'f n ti , itt I iditn um r is.pitn
J ilsts.laihgiliimt,', suueditbdsli.iudshliis'los,wiiikcd
flui iridic. Ai'.. nt-n n irood nssuttinotit o.' furnttuie
made b alt extn'ricnccd workman; louml und fab
lliu le it cMctivlon table, dining parlor c;utte, and
bie'iKfast ttilile". hurt ails, bed steads, fecreturlcs,
dutrsxe, t 'allimd bccuit Inced. All persons having
riiiininv lu-etiunui aru re.iucMuu to can tnii.ieanuciv
and soitlc, audpaj at least a partot their indebted
iieK. 1'. li. itt, UK.
April 7,-at. ltohrsburt l'a.
Ily virtue of sundry writs to tho Sheriff of coittm
bt.i county clln-cted wtllbeexpoieiltopdbllcs.ua at
the Com t llouso In Illoomsburg, nl 1 uMuck p. in. on
MONDAY, MAY 1, 1870,
all that real estate situato In Itoarlncvreok toshi
so o, cobunbl.t count', bounded and descilbed us
folloHS Mz : ou tho south by lauds of David llowur,
on the east by land ot E Leldy, nn the north by lattl
of Michael sirouiser, and on the west by lands or
.Michael .-troujser: containing forty acres, ntuce ir
less, whereon u erected a dwelling houso aud out-
Tho undivided onc-thtrd Interest tu tho following
uuei-ui i.iuu Miutuo iu iicuer luwnsutp. uottnueu
aud do..crlboil us follow s: bounded on tho norl It by
lands of William smith, on the can by land ot j'ohn
hlit rra.in, on tau west by Und of bctiucu lliedoeii
nir, ou tne sunlit by cuiupitny lands ; conutulug uuo
liuutlred anJ seven acres, inoro or loss, whereon aro
erected two barns, udwelllug nouse, uud outbutltl
lngs. .Seized, taken Into execution, and to bo sold as tho
property ot Catharine Sherman.
All that certain real estate situato In Beaver town
ship, Columbia county.boundeU aud;descrlbed as ful
lon 8 : ou tho east by Abraham nice, on thu north by
William smith, on tlio cit by Shenuan'd heirs, uud
on th.. south uy company lauds; cuulalulug eight
acres, more or less, twteruon urtj erected a Uweblux
house and outbuildings.
Seized, lakeu lutu utccullon, and to bo sold as tho
property or Joltn Shcrnuu.
AH tliat certain real estate situato In Beaver town
ship, bounded and desci loed as follows: ou tho north
by public road, on tbo east b) V. L. r-humun, on tho
west by public rusd, on the south by Sdsunsant;
sal Hot being 4UIeet in front and iwufeet tu depth;
whereon ai u eroctud a dwelling house, u blacksuiltb
shop, attached together.
seized, taken Into oxecutlon, and lo be sold as tho
propel ty ot Johu Sherman.
That certain property tn Main township, Co
lumbia county, Penu'.t., beginning ut a beech tree,
t hence by lunds ot Jacob lliuterllier north i lghty de
treeseast we perches ton post, thenco south 11
itegrccs west M peiches to a stone, thenco north87,v
degrees west 2ii peiches to a stone, thence south 2'2'
ilegieea west if perches ton Spanish oak, thenco
north sl?i degrees westing peiches to n unite plno
liee, tbeuco south Mtlcgiecs west 111! perches to it.
none, thenco south tlj uegrees casl'-'JI-H perches
to a stone, thenco south rs degrees west 112 perches
to a stone, thenco north 8,t degrees wc-t w iicrches
to a post, thuueo north 32jg tiegiecs east i!3 perches
to u beech tree, tho place ot beginning; containing
114 acres and 12f porcnes nnd ullon ance, bo tbo suino
more or less, togtber with thu hoiedlbuuents uud
Seized, taken Into execution, and to bo sold as tho
property ot Samuel Fisher.
The following real estate, to wit : situato In Stain
toi'shlp, Columbia county, Pcunsylvuula, boundtd
ou tho north und cost by lands or Jacob shuiuun, ou
Me south by lands of Uh tries Cox, and ou tho west
by lauds ot ltcuoen shumau; containing sa acres,
i .oi o or less, whereon ui e ei ected u lai go two-story
tiuuiu dwelling bouse and bum.
seized, taken Into cxicullou, and to be sold as tho
property of Jeremiah Deir, with notice to terro ten
All that certain real estato situato In Scott town
ship, Columbia county, bounded ou the east by puo
llc road, on tun south by Isaac Iless, ou tlio west by
a ltmo uuany, ou thu norm by llenl nuln -MUler : con
taining til acres, uioru or les,, whet eon are erected u
frutuu duelling house, barn uud out buildings.
A farm situate In tho same town-hip, bounded on
tlio south by puollu road, on tho weit by public road
leading to Iho railroad, on Iho noun by lulh'oad, on
thu cast by Alfred .Mood, whereon uro erected a iwu
slor frautu house, u hank bant anil outoubdlngs;
s tld farm containing forty acres, more or bus, uitli
seized, taken Into execution, and to bo sold as tho
propeity of James Cttrr.
AH that certain real est nto situate In tho town of
Buckhum, Columbia county, bounded on tho north
by John Keller, on tho east by Nehcmlali Heece, on
tlio south bv Joseph summers, on ihJ west, by
public road ; being In front lis Met and In del th lut
feet; on which aro erected afi.nno Utteilliig house,
fctoro bouse, stable und outbutldlugs.
seized, taken lnut execution, und to bo sold as tho
property ot Charles Nelhart.
All that certain Piece or parcel of land situato In
Sloulour township, Columbli county, bounded on
the wotuy luuusor tuas mger, ou the south by
lands ot Buibara Olger, on ttto east bv lands of Jaenb
Ulrton, and on Iho north by lands of i.ldiou Heist;
containing thirty aeies, more or less, v. hereon are
erected a IK story log uouso, a Darn, a frame bouse,
a stable und outer outbuildings.
Seized, taken into execution, and to bo sold as tho
piopiriy oi V.UUSW4U iicisi,
All that certain tenement or tract of land situato
In .Minim township. Columbia countv. Pit., bounded
and described as follows, to wit: beginning at a pust
Comoro! land of l.llzabetb Lutz,thenco south 74)4 tle-
irreea wtm n iviir-i u i.uL-iMiiui.niijiiiii,iuiieo
by hind of Sai uh hwnnk soutlt 15( degrees oast susij
nerchcHtoa blune. thence by land ot Jacob llonlz
north J4,- tlegrees east S5,t jirrches to a itoat, corner
01 jiiizaocm l-uiz, auu itienee uy inu game- norm myi
tlegiee.s west 2 6 pcrcbts to the place of beginning,
containing 43 acres and us perches, sti let meusuro;
whereon uro erected u two-story frame house, barn
anu oiucr outuuitututi.
All that other tract and lot of land situato In stir.
ntn township, Columbia county, I'enna., bounded
11ml described as follows : beizlonlntr at a black oak
grub, thenco bv land of tho widow l.utz south te tte-
Jfrven iiibi iiun-iv ,ni,ii(p, ii.i.i,.u u, u (iuiiiiu mull
and lands ot the heirs of DuMd blown north UJj de
grees wet HI 2-10 itll'bf'S tu a stone, thenco by laud
ot (ieorge swank 1101th T3'f desrt-es east is perches,
liurui t,j tlvt.liri.ri 11 lot il Mvina 1.11. ruiiir, jiuiiu
75V degneseust 4S peichi H to a stone north in, do
grees wet5 peiches to a none, thei coby lnudtf
iieitry m uiuari-i iiuiiu iu w6n a nieu. i-niieieii-fa
tn ft Mt.np. Ihenett bv lltntl of John lit lid bouth
11 X degrees oust lit 4-10 peiches to the place of be
ginning ; ctintnlnlu'f si aires andM perches, neat
measure, whereon aie elected a two-story frame
buuxe, burn and other outbuildings.
Seized, taken Into execution, and to tie sold ns tho
property oisiepucii it. nmtutv unu nutau owatiK,
All that lot of ground situate In tho town of
r.loomsDurg, coiuinuui couut.t, 1-11., ioiinncu and
descrlbeil us follows, to wit ; ou Iho noith by un at
l'jy, on lite eafrt liy tut ot David lirobst, on thu south
by Main street, and on lh wostby Forster's alley;
being 6u fiet front nnd 114 1 feet deep, more or less 1
t.u which in 0 erected a new two-story iramo houie,
loai uouse, pi peu auu uiui-i iiuiuuiiuiuxs.
A tract of land situato In Pino townshlp.Columbta
county, bounded and described as follow s: on the
noith by lands of Asher Fullmer, ou tho east by land
of blilan ruumer, uu uiu buntit ur luttu rormeny 01
Kllas Slendenhall, and on thu west by land ot Susan
Kii us; containing M acres, (14 acres cleared), on
wuicu is eiecieu u siuj y tub uuusv.
A one-eleventh Interest In a farm of 110 acres, more
or less, situate In Pino township, Columbia county,
bounded und descrlbeil us follows, to wit: oounded
on tho nortlt by land of WeBley Bates, on tho east by
lunu or susan r uus, on inn huttiu uy tattuoi miag
Mendenhall, nnd on tho west by land of P. W. Faus;
known its loo farm of IbomoH Faus, deceased, on
which Is erected a good two-story framo bouse, turn
and other outbuildings.
Seized, taken Into execution, and to bo sold as tho
properly 01 josnua 11, ruu.
All thosotwo following described lots of ground
lu or ndlolntng tho village of lipy, In Columbia
tounly, und state of 1'ennsylvuntu, to wltt Tho llr.t
bounded and described as follows 1 beginning ut the
northern corner t f lot owned by KHas Jlacc, fnow by
Jacob llexs), thencu caMwardly by an alloy Id v feet
In width Ut feet to un alley 10 feetwltle, Uienco by
tho btimo bouthwaidly 173V foel to stain street uf
sat I village, tlienro vvestwaidly bvsaltl street CO feet
to said lot of Kilos Slaco, (now of Jacob Iless), thencs
northwardly by Iho sumo 173' f a to thu pluouof
beginning! ou which aro ended u two-stoiy brick
bouse, stable, oulkltcuun and ether outbutldlugs,
KltcoND beginning ut lite corner of un alley in
feel In width running northwardly from tho publto
tout) leading from Bloomsburg tu Berwick to uud
connecting with un alley running castwardly und
w istwurdiy 1H feet wide, thence euatwardly It feet
to a corner of a lot of Wesley Itucklo, southwardly
17JW feet to tho aforesaid publto road, thenco by tho
said road wcslwurdly it feet tu Iho said alley til feet
wide, then by said last mentioned alley 113)4 feet Ut
lli.i place of beglnnlnir; they being tho same two
lots ot ground which Butler fcdgur uud wlfu granted
and convey ed In feu slmplo unto tho sold '1 nomas W.
Edgar, Wgother with tho hereditaments and appur
tenances. belzod, taken Into execution, and to bo sold as tho
property W 'Jboinas W, Edgar,
O. Q. MUBPIIY,
Coroner's Offloe, Coroner aud ac t bag Sherln.
Bloomsburg, April T-U.
KEASUItEU'S HALE OF UNSBATit-u
I.1MII4 tv Riit.ttMniA CO.. PA.
Ily vlrtuo if sundry nets of tho tlcneral A"''mnly
' tho Common tvealth of Pennsylvania ri latlsg to
tv ot coltiinbla.elc. tor taxes iluo and wW. . "J'l
offer at public sale at, the Court House, In tlio lown
01 Bloomsburg, on tho
SECOND MONDAY OE JUNE, A. 1). 1870
at 11 o'clock a. m., tho following described pterj'jpf
land, nr such p trt thereof as may bo n"flessarj to
s ttl-fy tlio iiuioinit ot tmci duo and nnjiald against
tho same, ami continue tno same from day to day ns
tho same may be fountl necessary.
TI'.ltMS OF HALE.
Tho amount of l.txcs nnil eosts must bo pild vvhon
the land Is struck nil, or thus.tlo maybu avoided,
aud tho property put up anil resold.
No. of acres. Warrantees or owners. Dots. Cts.
1 1 -
A mos, Abot t Iosco. ...... .
Columbia Coal K Iron Co
.. I.1 " ...
, m so
, if ui
, 19 80
, 1 31
, 4 4D
, 8 SO
, 13 20
, 1 41
. 22 00
, 4 64
, 3 r.'i
, 4 C2
, 0 00
, 13 20
. 1 (1
, it H
, 7 I'D
, 1U 'il
, Ui 40
, 20 4
, 2 V!
, 2 02
, 3 113
, 1 11
. 2 22
. 1 11
. 3 S3
. 4 42
. 3 29
. 1 US
. 1 IIS
. 1 99
. 1 99
. 3 .13
. 8 Ull
. 3 29
. 1 Us
, 1 92
. 1 112
. 1 32
. 3 33
. 3 33
. 2 22
. 1 98
. 3 29
. 4 110
. 3 i!3
Davis, Isaac, estntu.,
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entitles. Simon, Jr
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rpilEASUltEU'rf SALE OE SKATED
X LANDS IN COLUMBIA COUNTY
Alsn tho following lots, pieces and parcels of seat
ed Lauds, returned by tho tax collectors, aro to bo
sold at the same time, under tho provisions Of an Act
of Assembly, entitled "An Act relating to tho salo
of lauds for taxes In Columbia County," approved
Starch Sth ls09:
Baker, Thomas 1 31
Stcltejnolds, it. V 12 10
storgau, T. 0 10 22
Plum, it. SI Si si
HEN I ON,
Koons, John 4 20
Lutz, Jacob 1 20
sum t out, Joint 22 87
Conner, Pieservo 23 40
Brink. John 3 7
Buss, John 1 41
stlue.Andrew 1 34
Sejbcit, Daulol F ... 61
Smith, Tobias 1 19
Hrader, Daniel 1 77
Clumbers, J. F 1 62
Zancr, Anna 6J
Stonnglian, Sirs. Jno
stcllck, Wm. I)
Kntttle, J. B
II' twig, Jno
Hauler, John 11
sutler, John J
Wtill mire, samuel :
Hester' Davll St. Est
Wl.lppitV., .1, Est
Eru tn, Win
II. W' StCltEYNOLDS.
By Mrtuo of sundry writs to tho Sheriff cf Co
lumbia county directed, win bo exposed to publics
sale at tlio court House In Bloomsburg, on
SATURDAY, MAY G, 187G,
st 1 o'clock p. in., atl that certain undivided one-half
cf a lot of land situate Inscoit township, Columbia
county, Pn., beluga limestone quarry, bounded on
the east by tpiairy lot of Wiiplesantl Purscl, un tho
north by land ot Aaron Boone, on tho west by an
other rpmrry lot of Jesse I). Hlcekuown nstholiret ii
quarry lot, south by lands of uron Boone unit other
land of Jesso D. Kite; on which 1110 creeled two
dwelling bonus, stable, unite, hay scales and Hx
lime libus; being tne undivided onu-hnlt of tho mini -ry
lot purchased by J. D. Itlco of Charles Lee, with
the appurtenances. '
Tho other undivided one-half of tho quarry lot
above described, tulng tho undivided ono-hoir ot
satdqiiairy lot, purchased by the said Jesso D. HIco
from Peter Schug, with the appurtenances.
One other rlece of land In said township, bounded
by buds ot Is.tac White on tho Bouth, on tlio east bv
landsot the lspv Lime and Cement Company nnil
others, on the north by lands of Nathaniel L. Camp
bell, nnd on tin, west by land of Purse! and Wuples
und tho qii.ury Iota ubove described: coutclnW
. 0n? "narf lot situate on the North Branch Canal
In sa d township of seott, bounded by lands of C'apt.
Vvuples, G. v , 1 'reveling and otheis; contalnttir ono
quarter ot an acre, moie or less, being whan lot nur
enasedot (iioigo llldlaj's cxeculoiu by thu saldJ.
rTni?!",1'f!',".lla,,1.0r', sltuatoontho North Branch
Canal In said tow nsliln, adjoining lauds of capi Wu
ples.dtceasid, cievellng und Slovveryand others;
containing ubjiit one-half ncio '
fiA1.'.'!1?1 t'!act.t" nd sltuute In Madison township,
Columbia county ,1a, boundt d and Ut scribed us tol
ov8: beglunliig ut n pott outho Hlaik Hun road
m?i" ,'J'i1,H.liW!0M,!.t0 r"hE"luo in llnoot
land of Perry Chit-tiun, thence by the tame north
9 degrees east 42 and 7.10 wrches to u post the "c"
ft land H somuel Sleredltii so pticltes1 to a post,
thence by sitme norih 2 dt gries t usi 42 pi relies o a
K)!lt.'H"'ue''KUy.lu"(;llJ' w," Winner 76degieea
west 63 perches to a post.theiio by tlio same south ci
degrees west S3 jierilu s 10 a jost In t ho aforesaid road
tbtneo by suld roud south 2u degrees eitst 60 TOrchVil
o theplaee of beginning; coututulng erocresiuiil IT
perches uud aUowiiuco; whereon are erected ilfr in i
dwtlltng house, largo barn, and outbuildings.
seh,trrfwc,t ,'inJ a.VoMa tnft nbove de
btrlbid tract of land on lliu north, Meiedlth on thu
east, aud other anils of Willtver on tho south ; bi-lu"
lands purchased ot W. w elllver, containing about""!
Pro'y WKtUffcffi, and to be sold as tho
j.A,cl',,am ,ract of Mtuato In Sltniln townehln
1, iXVn v ' 01 Joun .v icuae , norlb by (led
ayuuk8acres.U mt "J' wntatotoff
A r-nrtnln tr.t i.t . ........ .
; 11 '-'"attmi nixenuait: contalnlmr u
dwf'mn..1"', !!'oro. or le' 8' ,w'" retn ere erec ed a frwiw
S 1 rerf tiT "."' a"a UWt outbuildings.
At t)A inma I s - .1 . ....
ui. "Hw'auk.a'.ur nt, uV oil 'AWM.,?:
2 acres, more or less, wliercon uro eiicted irmm,
house, barn und otlur oulbulldlngs. utcItu u 'rul"u
prope. ty of stcphVn ilVbTvank: "m ,Q W b0W M "
At thAtniA.ll. .. ..
John MuwrVrVoMUInlniw 1Sk','lll''f
Prop'my SSiSm'SS a"a ,u l U '
., O.O. SIUltl'llY,
Bloomsburg, April ,4,tMon" aua tnif Micrltr.
KhMi:A(?ENK0orI,H,",1Y,,!' to take tho ohn.
V v t1 Vff..,lior. !,V u "k.Souutv for tho salo of
of nVe,-.-Ii.Jw. .""'. H l-F. FOOD, ull urtlclu
jvpr 14 w