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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCEAT, DLOOMSB URG; COLUMBIA COUNTY,
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Accommodation Train O.ss'a.'m.
Itcgular Express iun
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7,80 1". M
ll.M A. M
Through cars 011 Express train cither to New York
. ......uvipmu. Accuininwiiiuou train runs between
Tlio early bird docs not cntcli tho worm now
11 cnitncs n com
Mrs. Knocli Cniltiiun, of Iron street, in the
romeMor 01 a enctm which lias 011 it nu leas
It Is saltl that cut flowm . t, t...i !..
.... ...... u 111
good condition for n week ,by placing thu stems
in viwupiior water.
Ily an act ol tho present LmrMninro ,..
meeting will h.ivu tho authority and iimver to
.....piuy a ponce mrou to Ku.ird their in. etinK-
A tori ti trim. Yun ran
hand by liriscnting him the milliner's hill for 11
1 ne new trial of Frank RenmMi U set dm
for tho 25th Iimi, and that of Dr. Trimmer,
Ganglion and Welch for thu 20th.
i. Thero is said to be much snow on the mnnn
tains, and this is the reuon why thu wind is kj
com wuon Irom any direction but tlio south.
Tho hill making an appropriation for the
Hloomsbiirg Normal School, which paed tl,
House, has been favorably reported by thu Sen
Tho mail carrier between this place and ISei
ton, Columbia county, took his mail upon his
b.iek this week and bravely footed the round
trip. Jluney Luminary.
A coal train on thu h. A 1!. It. It. ran oil
the track on Tuesday night near Danville and
ten cars were smashed. Thu Wednesday morn
ing mail train was delayed about two hours.
The latest slang is "go get your hair cut."
Mess your soul, that isn't slang, its seasonable
The Rev. J.S. MeMurry, Pastor of the M.
E. Church officiated for thu Hint time mi Sun
day last. W'e are informed that the c iinguga
tion are well pleased with their new minister.
M. V. Idler's new I.itiinlry is doing a fi0od
business and giving general sati-faction to its
patrons. Run i I Ira having their washing done
out Bhould give him atrial.
A horse attached to a cart floated down the
river, last Sunday, and came to the shore near
the ferry at this place. It is sail that the ani
mal fell ovei board at Wilkes I3jrrc.
One of Dr. MeKt-lvy's hores took fright
whilst standing tied to a po-a in Light Street,
on .Monday, and lan away, damaging the bug
gy somewhat. The horse was not materially
It. M. Tubbs, of tho Mountain Echo, was in
town last week. lie is very sanguino of tho
future prosperity of fahicki-liiiit.v, as Charles
Parrish has purchased a coal minu there, and
purposes to irect a new bridge across the river.
Tlio authorities have at list prevailed upon
tho proprietor of a certain lot on Third Street
to put down a walk that is passable. If it had
been dune six months ago it would have been
C. M. l'rown his removed his Hint and Shoo
store fro n thu Inseiiii'ut of Ilmwu's Until to
tho room first door above Sharpless ,t Wagon
Bailer's, whero ho will ho glad to see all his (Jd
customers and manv new ones.
The reel nt warm rains have stalled the grass
and given a dicidedly grein color to the fields.
The buds on tho maple trees Iriveswolliu near
ly to bur-tin and, in fiet, it does b-gin to louk
Wo nndwstand that the tannery, belonging
to the Snyder estate, recently destroyed by fire,
is to ha pat in such iMiidili 0:1 as li admit of its
use for business and that it will ho t icujiiid by
.Mr. Herring until the expiration of his len'e.
Danville is sufijring from the ravages of in
cendaries, thrtu fires in three siimssivo days
having been caused by these niUcrmnls. In
one case the building was dc-tioycd ; in the
others the llumiswcre extinguished before much
damage was done.
We havo received from It. II. Forestal & Co
22S. Sth St. Philadelphia n neat little p.imph
let of seventy pages entitled "Pocket Guide fur
tho use of Centennial Viiitors." It gives thu
tho principal places of interest in the city nnd
will be of valuo to thoso attending thu Cinlcii-
We clip tlio fullonL.g from tho advertising
columns of the Philadelphia Lnlyr. Mr.
Laruu's Independence is to be applauded !
ALL PHItSONS AHU CAUTION l-:i) OP
Hlanilerlng my character, or cUlmlni; 1110 us
uirir oh 11, win iiu ueull lih aceoiuiiiir tu 1.1W
Isn't It about time that the editors of tho lit
puLlicun M-archid thloiigh their old files mid 11
linshed tho ftalu Blunder about thu ''I'i-liiug-creek
Confederacy ?' The ''libel yell" is about
played out, and the "outiage mills" don't grind
uorth a cent.
'There is nn old man on Front Strcit whose
hidr is sllvind willi the mows of slxly-fivu win
ters at least, (lint has not yi t forgotten'thu sports
oflds beijheesl davs. He is anxious to phi" a
gninuof mnililes for a pmsv ol $100, each play-
r to iifc fifty maibliB. Williunnport Jlunnei:
Such vitality in 0110 so old is truly "1 tr
illions. As thero lun bein 110 know this winter, of
i-ourso thero have been no sleighing parlies and,
as u naturul sequence, hotel keeping has not
been very profitable during the season, in this
section at least. The wind has been tempered
to tho shorn hiinb in other words nobody has
had any money and the demands on porktt
books havo bien few.
The Ituiton M'edty has the folluwing Items:
A 'saw-mill, owned by Daniel Hess, in tho
northern extremity of Sugarloaf township, was
distioytd by III u lust week,
Duiirg the gale on Filtlay hist, the roof was
lilown oil' n bain ownl by liiiijaiulu F. Sav
age, in Jnil.H'ii t(,wnrhl.
We omitted to nolle-e lliu death of llernard
If. Slohntr, rnn of lieinard Htohner, which
ti.ok plucu ( 11 tho Clh Inst. He was but little
more than eighteen jenrs of ago mid was a
)faurg man cif iniieh picuilse. He had been
fjryenis a nifli rcr from rheumatism but tho
(iitisuiif Ida death we iindeistund was coiikiimp
tltn. Ills patents have our earnest sympathy ,
Jorns llllliiibinder, a young man living at
Ileum Valley liai invented a lull road gate,
width, His claliutil, wuikH admirably, The
i-uli- e 1 ei s for tmiiia nud closes after they huvu
pusKel, and this too without any regard to the
length of hc trains. Tho gate is elicnp ami
duinble and If ns iK-rfect in its workings as rep
itmiled will prove u vuluablu invention. Wei
Jme not Jiained helher Air. JJittciibcndcr
lias applied for a patent. 1
A l,r,, (, 1 T . II..O..J.J
lieira. and Wnrk-ril litf H. A. Tferrlnnnr Itlnnma.
bllrg Was fired llV an Inrvtiilinrv mi Tiifurinr
evening, nnd burned to the (rround, with nil Its
tuiiiuiiin. DHji nit nianuaru.
Not exactly, That firo was all our own and
wo object to having it located In Itupcrt.
e were, sbown, a day or two ag two very
lino trout from tho ponds of Hon. K. J. Mo
Henry, at Stillwater. They mea-urid thirteen
nnd a half nnd fourteen Inches respectively, nnd
were seven Indies In circumference. Mr. Sic-
Henry has somo 700 of tho speckled beauties
In his ponds.
A horse attached to a buggy in which were
three young ladles, became frightened In Rait
otrcct, lat bunday afternoon, nnd ran at head
long speed down Slain street until oppolto
Sterner's new building, below Slarkct, where
some men ran out and stopped the fucillve,
The ladles wcro badly scared, but no damage
Tho Scranlon Timts gives tho following start
ling Information i The potato bugs nro found
hy myriads in the ground this spring, one parly
reH)rting that in digging post holes he came
upon and scooped lliem out by tho hat full
They are lively too, and bid fair to make their
inroads felt this season. Hy all means let tlio
Lancaster InttUigtnar mm send up that unfail
Ing recipe for tho annihilation of potato Lugs,
The late Samuel Creasy, of Slifllin, had ac-
ncumul tul btfure his death quite a rolleclion
of gold and silvir coins,which e had an or
portunity to inspect recently. The gold coins
nre mostly of United Statts coinage. Thero
was one l.ngliuli sovereign in thu collection
ami 11 fcp.mi.sh piece of the lime of Charles III
dated 1772. The silver ruins were principally
-Mexican titulars, in remarkably good preserva
tion, halves nnd quarter'.
Hon. George Scott was bom, February 21st
181-1, anil was therefore- but little over 02 years
01 nge at the time of I is death. The funcra
ui, i i uuij i ti was very largely nltcmleu, ma
ny persons from n distance having gone
Catawissa to pay their last respects to the de
parted, Tlio member of the bar of this conn
iv imciiueii in a noiiy. i no pall hearers were
Hon. Wm. i:iwell, Charles It. liuckalew, llol;
ert K. Claik, John G. l-ric?c, U. II. Little and
Lat Saturday 11 stranger came to town liav
ng in his possession ahorse, nnd ellected a trade
with John W. Ilollman, receiving So and a
horse. The same evening a man named Win-
teistecn came from Danville and claimed tho
hor-e, staling that it had been stolen. Mr.
Hoffman started at oneo fur ltenviel; and fnnm
is horse, but the thief had taken wings am
was not to be found. On Sunday, Constable
Woodward, went In Mr. Hodman's stable nnd
took therefrom the horse claimed by White
stem nnd gave it the claimant.
The llughesvillo Enterprise quotes one sen
icnce irom an nriicle in the tOLUMUUN to
the effect that the Gazette it Bulletin, althougl
n Jtcpublican paper, is not without honesty, and
states that the paper referred to is neither ltepub
ucan nor honest. I lie article in question ex
plains itself and the quotation from the Gazelto
was tho justification of the expressions used,
We are not convinced that the Gazette is not
n Itepiiblicau paper it certainly is not Demo
cratic and as for its honesty wo think it lion
est as far as we said.
V e shall publish next week, tlio last of the
series of The History of Chlumbia County, which
t ol. l-reezo proposes to eive to tho nubile.
through thu medium of a newspaper. lie thinks
of issuing these papers, re-edited nnd consider
ably enlarged and in some particulars corrected
as a contribution to the Centennial literatuic
of thu year. Tho History when completed
will form a volume of about (100 pages, a large
proportion of which is already in Mss, and will
he hmslied and published as early as more pres
ijig engagements will allow.
A C'hyiko Kvu.. Parents and physicians ara
well aware nf the danger attending the common
practice by children of "jumping rope." Pre-
piently death results, but ofiener diseases to vi
tal portions originate from tlio violent exercise.
The difficulty is that while parents may prevent
it at homo, the children exercise it during play
hours at school, lhe practice should be pro
hihited by our school boards, and if not, the
teachers themselves should take the matter in
land. It is their duty to look after the physi
cal as well as mental training of those placed
under their charge.
I he funoinl of Hon. S. P. ityan took place
at Lawrenceville, Iioga county, the homo of
lis pircnts, nu Saturday lat. Thu body was
taken from llarrisburg on the preceding Thurs
day in charge of 11 committee of the Legislature
consisting of tho following members: W. It,
Ilarlsliorue, L J. Mcllenry, W. T. Humphrey,
1. L. roster, b. . Morgan, S. A. Losih, Se
bastian Wiininer, SI. A. Knibiek and J. J
Sloi-aghan. At Siinbiiry thu Committee was
met by a delegation of Masons who ueenmpau
inl them to the place of burial. Sir. Ityan is
thu eleventh member of the present Housj who
has died during bis term of office.
Last Fiiilay morning n young lawyer of this
town arose from lefreshing slumber anil, after
dressing willi cheerful alacrity, ute his break
fast anil proceeded with light nnd idiv step to
Ids office. On arriving nt thnt woikshe p of tho
brain he caught sight of a blood-curdling and
fear-inspii ing document nflixcd to the door of
Ids sanctum. Willi glaring eye-balls and per
pendicular hair he read the mysterious paper;
It was a warning a solemn warning, having
upon it n skull and cro's bones, a pitol and a
cotiiii and commanded the legal gentleman to
futhwitli have the scenes of Ids labors an J hie
to other climes. Thu fiarful trutli burst nn
him like a chip of thunder the dreaded Slolly
Magiiire-s were on Ids track nnd death stand
liim in the face, Hut he was not dismayed.
With nervous hand he lore thu paper from thu
duor nnd lushing to his desk eagerly senrched
his books for the law inncerning the carrying
of concealed deadly weapons and, Incidentally,
for tho penalties attached to the robbery of graie
yards, of which lliu skull reminded him. Hu
is more tranquil now and his friends huvu
hopes of him,
HT. PAUL'S CllUttCII.
The services at tho Fpiscopal Church nn
Faster Sunday wcro of an interesting character.
The alter was beautifully decorated with llowers,
and covered with tho w-hltu altar cloth, em
broidered in gold. In tho chanc3l were two
full blown lilies. The siiigin,', as usnl, wae
good. Itev. John Hewitt, Into lector of ih-i
Paiish, conducted tho services, hu having in
timated Ids willingness to do so if re-quested.
In tho afternoon a Sunday school service was
held. On Faster Monday evening an election
of a vestry took placo In thu ehurch. A large
number of the cougrcgilioii were preecht. The
meeting was orgauUed by culling Judge Klwell
to lhe chair, J. II, Maize was elected secretary,
mid thu chair appointed F. P. Drinker ami It.
C. Keal, tellers. The election resulted in the
choicoof J. J. Iliower, H. It. Drinker, O. C,
Slarr, K. Slendtidiall, Joseph Hinderhhott, J,
K. Kdgar anil II. F. llartinan. Sir. John A.
Funstou was nominated for ic-clectlon, hut
positively declined to servo If ilectesl, anil his
nnmo was Ihcitl'uro dropped, Thu old vi-stry
W i continued with this exception, Sir. Fdgur,
being chosen in Sir. Fiinslon's place, So far
as we are able to learn, thu election Is perfectly
satisfactory, nud this endowment of lhe old
vestry by thv eoiigre-gatloii klniws that thu peo
ple aie satisfied with their administration, Jt
is expeiUd tint a ltector will be called toou. j
on. aaoitoe scorr.
A do illi lias not occurred in Pennsylvania
that will slrlko upon the public mind with
a tnoro sudden nud powerful ahock than that
of tho distinguished gentleman whoso nnmo
lic.ids this itrticto. It was only yesterday or
day lieforo that n, letter was mailed to him
from this city, written by ono of tho ofllccrg
on the hill, and convoying detailed Informa
tion for which ho asked nnd which necessa
rily contemplated a period for Ills life pro
longed nt least for fivo or ten years, nnd
scarcely docs that letter nrrlvo at its destina
tion, when the telegraph flashes back to tho
world a conclusion for liim of all earthly
Wo nt llarrisburg know only of Slr.Scott's
public life. In 1850 ho camo hero ns canal
commissioner on ono nf tho last boards of
that commission that existed. This position
lie filled with honor to himself nnd credit to
tlio Stato, nor was thero over heard a whis
per of suspicion ns to his Integrity. For
Bcvcral periods thereafter Sir. Scott appeared
in tho Legislature and always with credit to
himself nnd his constituents. At the tiino
of his death he was Associate Judge in his
district. Ho was president of tho Pennsyl
vania Agricultural Society and a prominent
member of the Centennial Commission for
his State; alt theso positions called for ac
tivity nor did there seem to be a more nc
tlvo man of his ngo (nbouj sixty) to be found
anywhere, when a few weeks ago the writer
of tills notlco saw him nud greeted him ns
ho passed through tho city in the cars.
Truly may it bo repented that it would be
diflicult to conceive a more sudden shock to
tho community than tho announcement of
the death of so "living" a man, so to spenk,
ns tho Hon. George Scott. In the very mirtst
of his usefulness and when just about receiv
ing nnd accepting the earthly reward of a
valuable and well spent life, n faithful pub
lic, servant and a worthy man has departed
from among us. Pease to his nshes ! 1'a
trilt. State Xoiiual School. The opening nf
the New Normal Hall will take place on Wed
nesday, April 20lh, at ten o'clock n. m.
Addresses will be delivered by ex-Governor
James Pollock, Dr. J. P. Wickersliam, Super
intendent of Public Instruction, and others.
The citizens of Illoomsbiirg and all friends of
education are cordially invited lobe present.
The spring term will open o-i Thursday,
April 27th, and continue twelve weeks.
Periodically their appears nn article in tho
'Columuun' on "our post-office." Had the
chronic fault-finder' anything to do willi the
issue of last week ? Or it is an article clipped
from some of tho back files of tho "CoiXM
111AN ?" It reads very much like some of them.
The fault finding with regard to the post
office in this place is "chronic," truly, but it
is not confined to an individual. If the post
master were occasionally to drop in to tho post
office, he would speedily ascertain that tho feel
ing is almost unanimous among tho better clas
of citizens, that tho post office as at present
conducted is a nuisance. This opinion has
been expressed time and time ngain, and by
persons whose utterances are entitled to respect
ful consideration. Tlio-post master is cither
too lazy or too indifferent to do any share of
the office work, nnd puts the entire business on
tlio shoulders of his clerk. For this cause
mails which ought to bo distributed in fifteen
minutes, require from half to three quarters of
nn hour to assort, nnd business men nre com
pelled to lose valuable time in needless wait
ing. Sir. Keefer, the clerk, is willing and
obliging nnd does bis work well, but he has
in addition to do the work nf his chief. These
nre facts which nie net to be denied. Another
objectionable feature is the toleration of crowds
of boys, who do not get mail, but who.by crowil
ing into tlio small and uncomfortable room ren
der those in Baiting, miserable.
If the postmaster made less frequent visits to
llarrisburg and Washington on political errands
and devoted less lime to tho manipulation of
party affairs at home, tho people would be bet
ter served, and hu would be about as far ahead
at the end of tho ear as he is under the pres
We state distinctly that if the post master
would assist in the distribution of mails, nud
keep his inconvenient office free from crowds of
children,hc would greatly oblicc (lie public and
the post office would cease to bo what it is
now, most decidedly a nuisance.
"Tho CllitlSTIAN i'j the best paper J get,"
says Sir. Spurgcnn, the great London preach
cr. llus largo 10 page, illustrated dollars
monthly will bo sent post paid threo months
to any ntldress for 10 cents, or to minister
free, by the publishers, II. L. Hastings, Itos-
ton, Slass. April 14-hv
Slanyof our readers will bo borry to learn
of the destruction by fire of old St. Gnbriel's
Church, in Sugarloaf township, which oc
curred on Sunday morning, April Otli. Scr-
vico was to have been held in tho church on
that day and a firo had been kindled in the
stovo for tho purposo of warming the buil
ding, the flames from which communicated
to the woodwork. St. Gabriel's was ono of
tlio oldest churches in this county.
"Union In ClirUt" is nn excellent union,
undrnomiuational illustrated monthly, 00.
cents a year, 25 cents toministers and agents.
Sent on Trial Thrte Months Free with best
terms to agents. Address II, A. Kino, 37
Park Itow, New York 15ox22S0. AH-lw
The banking fiini of Powell it Co., of Wii-
llamsport has ruspended and assignees have
been appointid. The nominal assets nre given
at 5-291,200 and the total liabilities S2uS.3S0.
This shows a surplus of $35,000 and better, ami
of correct the creditors will secure their dues.
The personal properly of the late Michael
G rover will be told on April 27th at his for
mer residence in Slain tiwnship. Sato to
begin at 10 o'clock. Anionc oilier articles
to bt) sold arc thu following: -100 bushels,
of Cum. 100 bushels of Wheat, 60 bushels
of Puck Wheat, U0 busht-Uol Oats, 20 bush
el Is ol Hye.
Tub ONr.YM.'KK Ccrtit Ton Jtrm-Bi-:, Hioolttekt
r.ntl hesl hernia burgtons In tho world are bomuof
the uiUuutuucs offered hy tho Tiluitiph Truss Co.,
834 How e ij, N. V., whoso truss uuilsunpoilerweio
nwardou ILu ineul at tho lute it-btlon ut the Great
Amerlcun Institute l'ttr scud 10 cents lor their
now took. Munu-.il TO-ly
G, A. Clnrk announces that although hu
docs not keep "music" on hand, yet he is
constantly oidcrii'g. Send hlui jour orders
Itupturo cured In from 80 to 9 1 ilajs by 1110 Til-
uniiih Truss Co., of 834 How cry, N. Y., whoolterll,-
Oe.0 for u rupluio they rtoinot cure, &e udu-rtlsc-
ment uudcutbt liusslu unother column, bend 10
cents for uVhi rlptn 0 took of Trluiuuli ltupturu-
Cure. March-it, io-ly
New Orleans linking SIoIufsch, choice Syr
ups from SO ccnls to &1 11 gallon. A flue its-
btirtmciit of Young Hyson, Imperial, Japan
anil liluck lias 111 in. M, missel a.
HitiiKii: no net:.
An election will be held ut the house of J,
it. Kisllerln the town el Cutowissn, between
Ihu bonis of one ur.d sl.t oclotk J'. SI, of Slay
hi lb"0 fe r cue 1 lesiilent, six MuimgiiH, ono
'J itiisinii-iukI ono t-eeretury of thu Catuwissa
llrltluu CVmi'iiny for tho ensiling war. nnd nt
the nunc time ni.d plate lhe stock holders of
mid lliiuge ( o. will vole for or rgalml ue-cept-Ing
teelion lstof nu bet of illlh of Slay 1MJ3,
l.'iiiiihd "An Act to entitle the sttsvkholelers of
1111 llall ltoad Co. Incorporated by this Com
ineiiiwinhh, uc-eepling the piovlsloim of this act
ililillii g the stockholders 10 eile 0110 vote for
cueh shuru of stoik beltl by lliem" us extended
In Ililtlgu Compumis ly ail J-illi 01 Jiuien
Gix. S. Gii.uwiT.
April 7 4w.
. Business -Notices
Espytown Steam Planing "Mill for jalo or
rent Address, N. U. I'unk,
Slarch 24-lf Mcomsburg, Pa.
For KentA first-class office In tlio Co
lumbian Uulldlng, fronting tho. Court House.
Apply nt this ollice. tf.
Plants of nil kinds' hir sale by J.h.Dlllon,
Florist. Uloomsburir. Pa. 5.000 early cab
bage plants lor salo now. 2,000 feet of glass
in uso comprising grecn-nousc, iiot-ucus aim
A motlo for every man: "Buy your cloth
ing at D. Lowcnbcrg's."
Persons contemplating rep airs to their
dwellings, barns. Sc, this Spring, will do
well to cull on Sloyer Brothers lor Paints.
Theso gentlemen hnvo on hand a largo stock
of Paints of all colors and purchasers , can
not fail of finding what they wish.
Junius Hill, Commission SIcrchantfor tlio
purchase nd snlc of Grain, Flour, Feed,
Baled Hay, Huttor, Fugs, Cheese, Lard, Po
tatoes, A plus. &i , Pittston, Pa. Consign
You can get at Clark Sc Wolf's, Standard
Prints at 0 cents per. yard ; fast colors.
When you go to Bloornsburg. bo sure to
go to I. V llartmaii's Centennial Store and
see his Centennial decorations.
Ladles Lasting-! Halters 1,25 at SlcKiu
ney's. Opinions nf the I'ublic.
"Tho largest and best stock of Clothing."
"Tho best fitting ready-made Clothing.''
"Economy and durability combined."
"In fact, nn man should bo without 11 .S'tn'f
of Clothes from D. Lowenberg's." Public
NoTtcn. All accounts on our books re
maining unpaid niter Sluy !, 1870 will bo
placed 111 tho bauds of the law for collection
J. Suhuler & Sou.
Parasols, Laces, Silk Fringes and Worsted
Fringes in largo variety for 'J cents per yard
at Clark & Wolfe.
Sloyer Brothers have the largest stock of
Lamps and Lamp Chimneys ever brought to
Bloomsburg. Every stylo of Lam p Goods,
and at every price, can bo found in their
store. If you wish any peculiar btylo and
can find it no where else try Sloyer Broth
ers, they will have it.
Sir. II. Itoscnstock lias secured tho ser
vices of Mr. Gustav Cors, an admirablo re
toucher, lately in the employ of Setky & Co.
New York, 'and confidently assures his pat
rons that they can secure first class work at
Jane, hac ycu bought your Spring drcis
yet? No, I have been to Clark & Wolfs
and I shall go there, for they havo such 11
Inrpe stock to select from. Only think,
p lendid Silk Pongees in threo shades nt
15 cents per yard, and such beautiful Plaids,
and howehdip! Their plain goods in bhailes
are so well lutred, and at almost any price
and style you may want. Now, Slary, I ad
vise ou to look nt their stock. I do my
buy ing there nnd think 1 save money. You
can get any thing you with, for their stock
is tho largest Hit y hao cer had. Linen
embroidered, dresses and lincnB at 25 cents
and upwards'. Grass cloths in all shades at
low prices. Call on Clark & Wolf.
C. C. JIarr has Flaxseed for sale.
Spring Shoes at E.
SI. Knorr's at very
Dress goods nt 12 cents to 3.00 per yard
at Clark & Wolfs.
The stock of D. Lowenbcrg is now replete
with all tho leading novelties for spring nnd
summer wear. Cnll and tee tho lending
styles at D. Lowcnberg 9.
Lutz & Sloan have received their new
Spring Dress Goods, Linens, White Goods,
&c, nud ask those wishinc; any tiling in
that line to give them a call.
For Wall Paper go to G. A. Clark's.
Flour and Feed at SI. SI. Kusscll's.
Appleton "A" Slulius cut for 10 cents,
uy holt )i cents ut 1. w . uartmnn s.
G. A. Clark has just gotten in
stock of lilant nooks,
It is largo and well
Buy tho Ellmood Collar at SIcKinney's.
White Deer, Stills Cashmeres at C. C,
Butter 35 cents a pound, Eggs IS cents n
dozen, at SI. SI. llussell's.
Joseph Garrison, on'Fifth Btreet has fi:ic
Cold-frame Cabbage Plants for sale.
All goods down to the very lowest prices
at Clark & Wolf's. They will not bo un
dersold. A full line of Black Alpacas at Lutz &
Sloan's just rccched from the importer for
25 cents to 1.15 per yard.
Dress Shirts just received at D. Lowen
Calf Boots very cheap at E. SI. Knori's
Wall Paper. G. A. Clark has doublo the
stock of any other establishment iu town
w Inch must be sold.
300 Pairs Slippers at SIcKinueyV.
Butler and Eegs fuken for Good Calico
at CJ cents a yard'at I. W. llartiuau's.
Bultcrick's Dress Patterns j the best iu
use, at C. C. Slarr's.
New goods litis week ut E. SI. Knorr's.
For a nobby Hat go to Lowenbcrg.
Oranges nnd Lemons always on hand at
.11. HUSH-U S,
Lasting 00 cents at SIcKinney's.
New Goods this week at C. C, Slarr's.
Lutz & Sloan report u brisk trade las1
week, after the people beard of tho reduc-
t ion in thtir prires.
For Blank Books go to G A. Clark's.
Ginned fruits of all kinds at ltussell's.
The finest lot uf Children. Slisses'snnd La-
die's Shoes in this week at C. C. Slarr's.
Don't forget to iall and esiunlne E. SI.
Knorr's Spring Goods before buying else
where. You may expect other btorts to follow
Lutz & Slosn's In putting the price on test
CuliioiH to 8 cents per yard, but vou should
sto that other Goods are correspondingly
I. W llartman now sells tho Best Cali
co at 8 cents for Butter and Ergs,
Suits made mi In city Mile nt D. Lowe 11.
l'iclure J ravtcs. A large vurirlv of lie.
ture Fiiiincs, fcxlO, in stock. Other sizts
mudu to older, at G. A, Clink's Book Store.
Old Ksfallisheil Coal Yard.
C. "W. NlIAI. it Hue. Wholesale & Retail
Dealers in all idrcs of tlio best (pialitieH ol
Bed nnd White Ash Coal, at the very lowest
market rules. HuNuioustautly on hand larco
and Limeburucr's Coal.
Etpeclal attention given to (ho picpara
tion of toul beforo Icaviug cmr yards. Grain
and Lumber taken iu cxeliaiigo for coal.
Coal delivered to any part of flio town at
short notice. Orders lelt at I, W. SIi-Kelvy's
stoie, or at our ollice, will receive prompt at
tention, Ullieo and iurcls at William Jse-al
A Sons' Furnace, East Bloomsburg. Your
luiiioungo rcspiciiuiiy solicited.
FArwWJs, Atuktiok. llutst-1 lakes Butler
Eggs, Laid nnd Produce iu eieburnji- for goods
- . ' . ad xq Tini
fei tm s,mi s m a s t
THEY NOW OFJFJEli
10 lbs. best White Sugar for $1 00,
2 and one-half lbs. Good Oolong Tea for $1 00.
5 Cans of 3 lb. Peaches for $1 00.
3 lb. Can Tomatocu 18 cents oach.
CANNED CORN 20 CENTS PER CAN.
All olhcr goods equally low, for cash or wrou'tcce.
A MATTER OP POPULAR INTEREST.
T condenssfrom tho UIq r.egUter tho
ElnSS,0,' a?nvcrsaUon about Oak Hall in
EkVtf.fJtey?01?" - Umwn'i " Latest
Cloth nmaa In America." A visitor and
K10!- ". VllM corner Is the Building on r
Attendant "South-East corner or BLdA and
Market -Mease note tho SIXTH, forioSe
ldlmiil?nsr'CU),COl0m11 D0 yOU
,A7,W fect-C on MarVet,and
ISO odd on Sixth, six ttorlc high, has over
ncss piccJ"WJlai1 ,wenty ufferent Lusl
V. ''Do you uso tteom-power?"
fnMhnrllahn,t.ySgens!no furnishes power
t. It 0 '"'Kht and possenser elevators, niid tho
Y .. " order do you take wit), mnAt r
.i,i,.yfro n,Bt HP9fedlin'1 arranced In
tho basement, on lonrffoV counters, and taken
thence on the fi
elevator In ihn lntr
tor's room on thtf
,tfi floor." r
lh fire. .mhHu
A. " Ho. sir. meAjmHrnr af.a
v. is inspectln.
cloth poises over rollers la tho faco of a strons
f!S?AJlSf tv"F" ono before and loot
behind the goods, watchlne with the eye of o
nwft?rth0 leatt rln-holtarwrrSlon. and
?m1rk15siiv?,ry ?aw' t? the cutter may teo
men5 comcs 10 cu,,he 6"
A' Zte0. o. our f'"l' fliKyTand seol Wo
kecpTO hands all tho tlp crylln? up the cloth
i0,," K5m,hi,-bcsldel&jmaeh nes tlat do
a ?own men's work caclffltt a stroke."
Boo'ds?"0 yU miUiUfu:tur a" Jour own
ntVlS'"! ,' tt.ncl nost carefuUy. Our ex
.JK0 evcl7 fnnent as extra-well inade
UciC' n """'teco
dcai?'011' 'y"m lnust suvo you 0 S"'
.A " In eTcry Erection, sir. It Is tUfayEtem
oPfeawSoi,o.,.? PUt 0UI to ffi',
rVl' B,ef0F0 " Boes fnto Stock ft Is fielded.
VC7 11 1B.10 earmcnt has its number and
other points noted on ft, so that Its entire his
bcSks"" 6 Uwcd wlUi0ut "r oir
V. " You must hftv m tr ai t-ninn.i
, .1. vhy lr' oa buy days you loayEeo 100
lntho various rooms and sultn,
ec!!'1!? to tlio thrones of customers."
. ua 'ou do nn order buAc bj
, by moll
very great. All over the country. Our
Corner Mnin and Center Streets
BLOOMSBURG, IP J. . ,
The ltirgest stock of groceries anil provisions, Queenswarc, Glassware
etc., etc., in the county, for sale at wholesale or retail at
the very lowest prices.
BOOKSESLiIaEK AIVTD STATSOKTSR,
Dealer in Law Blanks, Sunday School Libraries, Depositary of the
Pennsylvania Bible Society,
WINDOW CURTAINS, WALL PAPER, PICTURE FRAMES, REWARD CARDS.
Books and supplies not on hand can be furnished
On Short Notice at tho Most Reasonable Rates.
Store in Exchange Hotel Building, Bloomsburg, Pa.
WTTTC! VDOKTAHI.K & l'LOWEU
OLiEjUO, plants, Kokcs. Dahlias, Viiihslas, eier
auliinis. l'rdtltng Plants, (iladlolus, tic. t-end a
stamp tor Drctr's (iartlcn ( alcudur, Kb pap-cs, Ulus
tratetl, sith practical illnctlcns. IlDNHV A.
DH FER, 714 Clit tiuut fct , l'hlladtlrhla, l'a.
AGKXTP, for Left iluiure in llio world to
coin money addicts U.S. tufety l'ccleti'o.
M:iurk, N, J.
Mnr 81-1 iv.
TiTINt) Iit'titliiif:. IVyiliomancy, 1'nfciiialion,
JLT1 toul cliaimlng, inctunrUm" and marilncu
liulut-, Miow lug huw i-llhtrtcx muy luMlnuttt and
train the locund ntrectlon of any pi rkiutlnyciicobo
lriMantly, J0o pact-s. ily until, to lints. Hunt Co.
13U .Uli Mint. I'hlladelplilu.
I) & Co. Mnii-hSl-iw.
KAUB FRYMIER & EDWARDS,
Successors to B, Dorsey s.son,
0I1INA, GLASS & QDEENSWARE,
Old t-tond, 9S3 Jlniltt f-t., cpp. bew 1'. ()., I hlla.
Aii citTtilrttr trt-kt IntlucimcMs lo puiilmsirs of
FKKNCII CHINA DI.SNKK mid '1KA t-K'l, ilaln
and lU'toriitid, iholic ttjks ui.d nipt nor tiuulltv.
An t-Mtiiilit- iiiitliniltd on-filiniiiiil cilAMlillt
M-.'l, H;llhlt,.N AMI LUMI-S'llt' ULAl-bWAllE,
plain, cut, and i-iigiiiiid. ourbtoik hititbtiiicure
li.ll) Hit i tul and till null fir cntli, iiiublliigustu
sell at the Ion t M i rlc 1 1.: 1 hi tt Inl tun- ilciotinto
our rtlull c!t 1 1 nn nil. l'liitfiulitratitnilon i:1hii
to dtctiittllt it if (I. Inn and l-Iuk itiuitler. in mil m-ih
ortti imtlilt tKliii kits. 1 uil lliiotr luu-i t fell lib
und lt-fct mnkisot mi.vku.waih;.
DA Co. ilnrchll.ivv.
QldVtc.to(!.l'. ItWlll l(i t -tiV.fo
lOliii.ililnit nu ii'ri-k tfiiriiiiB inn. irs'o
rjiwii uiUB, tii.tUfetlii.utr-bfUMlLgfiM tr ndit-rtls-Ing.
COUHTER.PLATFORM WAGON WRACK
CM? AGENTS WANTED-cV
jSEtin ron price list
MARVIN SAFE SCALE CO,
"265 BROADWAY N, Y,
121 CHESTNUT ST. P1IILA.PA.
Ua icli :ti, ic.-iy.
AU, IIOJl IT MAY tOXll-.ltK.
lnlc nrttcn. Il.iitii ll.n Ail .'in- ft ln.ll iiffi i
tcuchf nl If I kl 111 ill 'K will.. It I. ..M..W ......tr...'.
lelow, nnd huu-Ion ed lhe nine to Jiliu II. lileck
i t r tolui diiuili g in) l.kiiku.e. All pei stum uro tor.
I Idden to IMi iliieiW llh his u su tneii H tho same:
One lr, c ii 1 1 i,i a i nil ehlits, s inblts, i btumls
cock-noM. uidulinsU", ivihuirs, citik.'i locking
iltuliH, luirlcrttuiu and pli-e, Kloungrs, wsuidsuf
carpi t, s tul s, ctprti Mint-. .lonViiliu. iwoloolc
lipclu'-'C- enlig inacbliie, sleds and Induing,
lol icrt-iuin rnrpii, Lun-ou, mint siuno.
Light btreet, AijIH, lKc-w.
perfect system Rtld rules of self-mcosuremcnt
f5?2 !SS1J to.Jleaso pcoplo 2.CJ0O miles
JwayJfWOfifccUy oa lr Ihcy were hero In
. V. " i purpose you have at least half a down
different departments r .u
A. " Ily dear slr l wo have more than tvmtu.
ech charged with iu own business, and eacn
thoroughly orjanlrcd, a necessary n heel with
in tho preat wheel."
Y' ;-i!Lcl name ""loiien or so of them r
A. "Vtth pleasure. The Custom Depart
ment, for thoao jvho prercr custom-maoo to
ready-mauV )A rurnUhlnir Department,
yilhe.lt?J0 Etoclc of 'l undcmLr
llio Shirt Btctory, with Its bury machines
maklnircurown nrst-eloss shirts The Trim
mine Department, Itself asblg as many a regu
lar store. The Garment Stock Doom, 'lhe
Deceiving- Itoorn. Tho Order Department;
E,'im?dl'noren EPMlal Uniforms Depart
ment, The Delhcry Department, with its
score of messengers. The
V. "Hold, hold I sir. enough P
A. "I'm not half throughr The AdTertlslnir
Sfr?!S,mS5,:wlt,lf lnfnd S,S distrlLutor,,
cdftlngand publlshinIbiisiniss and popiilar
Journrn, clrcul wjirt, (0.100 ccp.es mcmhS
Well all your fr W3 rend for It). Tho Mens
.-v,.u-.utvi-., .iiu, iit liiuiiv rooms, tiio Doys
Doparimcnt. The Youths' Department, The
Children's; Department. wlOi its special
cntranco for ladipit
"1 "'' u special
Iho Tellers uh'Dcnart.
nicnt. The Chief Clerk
lis book-keepers and oslstonts. Uinciid ilcn
oncra Deportment! Financier's Olhce. and
uuier umies 01 1110 nrnyall busy ns bees
thlnklup, planning, excutinr, bujlng, mak
ing, rpslstcring, rocsjV!o&, 1 1 ndlcg out, selling,
tend In a thcusandliy Joining their forces
to carry on abuslnessV llh Ihciieopleomount
jnRjto between a.cjco.tw and ts.wio.uv an-
V. "S-t-u p-o-n-d-o-u-sl"
-A-i'Irideed it lsf 1 forgot to name tho
Coshes Department, w hlclAandles "lute! (W
of retail salts on some singlo days" '
. "tii.txwl Immense I lhaf,n hat enables
tho house to buy cheap and ectPchcani"
A. "Dxaetlvl Ynn Imv. i. 1.1. .
V. "Vhnt nro tho 're
rocn liULU ' I hear to
Ai-"0ur(,)-ftcm of business deallnc-1. Ono
price, no deviation; 2. Cash foroierjihlng; a.
Aguarantto protecting the purchaser: 4.Tlia
jnoricy returned If tho buyer can't ubcrwltg
V. " Nothing conld bo fairer."
A' S?l,yC And 1110 Peoplo soo It."
attention " yoU' Bir' for your 1,01110
A. " Kc t at all. It's a pleo.nre to FA-e yon.
Call again : and bo sure of tlio iilote-AVina-maker
& Urown's Oak nallaorh-Dast cor-
V. "Thank youl Ishal
shall bo happy to do so.
D r. Teny'sVr6lBllB Neive Reifly.
Tor nrorftct restoration tf tlipncnous system,
causing nn linuti-dlalc and proper cuu- In the tulloir
tnj; cases i m-rums tli-lilllty linpaltnl nutrition of
tin- body, lassitude, veitkiiesa Iu the limbs and back',
Indisposition and Uicipuilty forttudy, dullness or
apiuehensltin, loss of iiumory, nurslonto society,
llinldlty, sill-dlstrust, dtzlniss, 1 eatlache. Incident
toUiib sexes, for v hose bent tit It Is designed and
whose haj plness It Mill prnrntite.
1 ho itiot-lemlnrnt i lt. sli l.ins of this country have,
fxiltid tin inselits in theuiiiiost tochctk" the In
creasing fatality retultliii: from tho u-Lisatlonof the
neries. HuMni; (or u lon peiiul deioted much
study, lliiiciit.il labor In estitbllshlng a remedy for
the perfect rt-MOl alien of tlieiunout sjstern, His
cranking to bo ul.li- to announce the gticctss at
tending my new method. 'I I. rough rhls lemedy Iho
neries can be reached anil In Mu ll it wuv that, how.
eier shuttered or piosiraled, they can bo perfectly
restored. It acts onihu neries ut once, et with
geiitltuess-restoring ihemio a natural state, and
rcu oi ing the nboi e distressing discuses.
Iidtli sext s, more tu less, through the prostration
of thenerious sjstim, losothitr energy. In such
Instances theNene Itemed) maj bo relied upon In
reMUng the pntlent Into Iho vigor of oulh.
Thejsere Keiiit-dy Is cniefully coiiipountled and
put up In boxes ltn full dlieilluns. Price, one dol
lar, expresbtd to uuy nddiess on n et lot of price.
111!. 1. ClIAt NCKY TEltltV.
l-.iis Vine street, l'hlla.
onico hours, 11 a. m. to s p. ui., 'ton p. ni.
II US' KXrinuiilYr-Tho pieat llirredy for
ciintlif. Colds. I'cMiUli.wli.n. uliu all Diseases of the
U all Diseases of the
tin lungs, ii ui i;uie, it i,a orieniinen ine:ense
We do not imiili to t.i), tli.Ht
whe-iitlu Lungs are Cisticjcd liny medicine can
create them anew. Hut c ilo sa;, that It a person
lia a Violent l ough, Night hweuls, Creeping Chills,
Is coiitlmdiolitlacurcuiaj teemcttd.
J, H. Daniel S: Cor Dear Mis 1 haie used Haas'
Kxpt etrranr In my fainll. for 1" years, and lime the
exi t-rlenr o of 1-noiilug us great iiierlts,iiiid do glad
ly nccinniend It to nil suflcrtrs with those dls
tiesslug complaints fcrw tilth It H Intended
tlllN. W. Hlllt tiNYDKlt,
Oalllpolls. (ihlo, Nov. lsjs.
Try It 1 1'IIICU 5t CUNTS, bold by all Druggists,
rno thi-: Ai-n.UTi-:i) and i'.m-ohtu.
I NATE. Thero H no class of diseases that rc
(Hilro more experience lo treat successfully limn
(lulro more exper
lliusu of a iirliutu churucler,
Slant- nliibliltins sun-
hisi) that when the pilmiiry sjinplt ms nio ii-inoM-d,
lite iiisonti-r ur iiutsuii nun ut't'ti uiereuiue. Mien is
not the citse, 'Hie diuiculllts, or Hie vitilous stages
of thedlseuso niotheu tonicceid. The parts flrot
attacked are the throat, nose, mouth, tongue, skin,
tendons, bones, llguitienis, ears. ees, Ac. Kretiuent
ly these s)mploms nre tieutt-d by physicians as sim
ple ulcirutlons, until uomo of the Important organs
of the hotly btt-nuio Imolied, wlit-n tlt'iillt rem-ies
the siirrerrr. lilt. II. W, I.nitll, haling made all pri
vate diseases a study, guarantees a si-eedy and tier,
liianent cure lth purely vegi-Ublo medlilnes. led.
lent onli-csund druir store. No. 531 North Fifteenth
Hlret. Hours, lu till aud c to V p. in.
March 17, ;tl-ly.
THE T1UUMPI1 TKUSS CO.
No. 831 How cry, New York,
TO WHOM WAS AWAliDEl) Till:
PitLMUir.ii iii i; da i.
Best Elastic Truss and Supporter
At Iho gnat A inn lot: n Institute l'ulr
icnu liuui.tiK Iiu ii to 10 t Pins, isnOimt
il.oUj ton i. Cst Tut:v C'issot Cint.
Theyimploy a first-class Udy Furgeon. Terms
iniidt iiite. e'uriNi.uiiiiiiilted. '1 he usual diseounu
tu liiiui.soi llusbuiicry. Kxuuiltiatlons lrte
tirttrib llllid by u all. i-ind nn it Ms fur DescrlptlH
Hook. 10 Dr.C. W. II. UIKMIAM,
Jlur. M,TC-ly, l.iui-iaisupcilulvudent.
Tlio AValf Street Tiulfcaior.
THIS WKKK'8 IfPUK PUNT KltKE.
Conluliis I'lituhtl Hlnsinilloiisol Hulls mil Dears.
Also. 1 .11 in die nil h lu inslrui lions bun- touiu-rnte
nsiruiuoiis ntitv looiK-rato
in riuwi uiiti rim i 1 1 n in its, lujuut i.us
iMitges, luillol hltsuml
sugk-esiitus. Also, n n i ii
MUuablu I'ltinluutb tu
c un "ii.u ii r li."
11 1'KWAl.Ti It li CD . Honlcisnntl llrokein.
1 . Iiox wii, iu it nil r-t.,Nuv erk Cllj,
Mur SI, 'Tti.-ly '
S 1 O tt day nt bxtne. Ajcnta wonted. Outfit md
V-l- lerius ind. 'IKVK, s. CO., Augukta, .ulLe-.
Alurca lu, 'in-,
DM INI STH ATOll'S NOTICE.
RTiTK br MICHAEL IIROVKR. HKCElRXn.
tors of Administration on tho cstnte of Michael
Drover latn of tho inn not liloomiburir, county of
tlolumbln, Stalo of l'ennsylranla, deevnned, Iiaro
been granted to Joshua Fetterinan nnd Aaron tJro-
Tcr,io wnom an iwrson-i iitu-'iiieu ui bhiii
estftto are requosled to makn payment to Uio Ad
ministrators at tho sheriff's onico In nioornsburg nnd
thoso havlnglclalms or demands will maka known
Iho same w llhout delay,
April ll-cw Adinlnistratora.
.Notice Ii hereby given that I have left tnthapo.
sesiton of sieplien II. Wolf on tho farm leased by me
from Michael drover. In Mlfllln township, n lot of
personal properly, consisting or inreo norsos, wag
ons, buggy, harness, threshing machine, plows, har-
lunn, unu uini'i luiiiiuiK Uleiinii.'., minu auli uuin,
bi'lontrin? to me and to bo used for tlto purposes of
c. n. vrotr.
Mifflin, April 14-lw.
lno firm heretofore known ns VT. P. Jones & Co.,
consisting of W. p. .tones nnd Geo. c. Hcott, engaged
lntho tlrjgoods and notion business at Cntawl-wa,
l'a.. dissolved by mutual consent, W. I'. Jones hnitng
n-iireu. -me uusinesswui nerearter no camcaon
oy uoo. u. scott.
Catuwissa. April 8-1 w. OEO. C. SCO IT.
lie creditors of fluel Ktiller. reM.lentcf Columbia
couniy, Hre nereoy notineti of hlsliiteritlon toappi
Itt Iho M1V Term of the rntirr. nf rjnntinnn Plens. n
then arid there present lit- petition for the benefit of
the Insolvent haws of tlitr commonwealth, andtllij
uu mieuiory oi nil real ana personal property.
llKIIVKV V:. MMII'll,
April H-8w, Attorney for Applicant
JLj ESTATK OF JOHN il.LKN, 0I-CBASI1D.
letters testamentary (intliM eitt,itAr.f .Tohn Allpn
lfl. .If ll..llla.n ....... ..
haiobien grinted liy the ltegister of said county to
-loin A. Ftinslon, if llloomsotirg. Columbia coun
ty, l'a., Kxucutur, to whom all pers ns Indebted tt
bui a eiuie i in, requested to inaKe payment ana
lll'iso liuvlmr claims or demands atrulnst the said
estate h til rnaLe them kLown to the ntd Executor
niiuoui ueiar, joiin A. ruNBroN,
April li-t- Executor
I ' estate of davIo deitz. nrcEAsiin.
I.ttera testamentary on the estato of David
llletz. Lite of Heaver twp., Col., Co., deceased
liavo been granted by th" llegtster of said county to
onrim neiiz, oi ueaver townsnip, i;oiumoia county,
ert to mako psyment, nnd thosti having culms or
r.Avmioi, wj miuiit mi iursuns niiieoieii nre retpieso
ugnmst the said esTnte Mill make them
known to the said Kxccutor without delay.
A DMINISTUATOR'S NOTICE,
J-V ESTATE (IF EUWAKO LEWIS. 11
tetters cf Administration on the istate of Kdward
ihu, i.to oi liiooinsouig, Columbia countj
dei-etised, have been granted by the Register of said
county tu William i-eaeixk of li:oiimsburg All
P'-rs'ins having chitins against the estate of the deee
dont are leqiusted to piesenttbem tor setllemeiit,
mm (HUM, imifuieu iu ui'-esiaie 10 make puimem
to tho undersigned atlmlnlstratcr without delay.
A DMINISTUATOR'S NOTICE.
XX. ESTATE OF EOWARO IIAFFET, LATE OF THE BOB-
."-Lettera of Atlmlnlotratloti on theestnteof-Edward
llnifey Ute of the llorotigli of Cuntralla, county tf
Columbia, deie.ised,h:ive oecupnmted by the llegls
teror siilil eouniy to Mruli n. FinHey of the Borough
oi !ui!.uiii. Ail tii-raons iiuviri? claims ugHitisi me
e date of the ilcre.iVnt nro reiuested to present them
foi sell Ix.nent, and thoso Indebted tolliu estuto to
m.iuj pnwiient to tho underslm'-rt ndmlnlsiritor
Miiuouiiit lay. IsAIIAH II. HAl l'Kl,
.M 'ivh Sl,-(,i. Adnilulstratrlx.
A DMINISTRVTOR'S NOTICE.
IX. F3TA1BOF PAVID 1IAVIS, UECKASEn.
betters nt Admin Wnu Ion on the cst.it of David
H.iMs, lat if lleuier township, Columbia co-iuty,
let eased, havo livn grant (I Itv.thpMleglster of audi
c i., to Murguret and John II. Davis, Administrators
or Ii n M D.iiis, itccM. All persons havinjr claims
agiliit the cslnte of Iho decedent uu requesrivl to
pre-.eu' them lor settleiui-ut, nnd thoss ItnlebtiMl to
the i-s-tite to mako payment to the underblgned
AdirJnlstralorj without delav.
JOHN II. DAVIS,
A DMINISTUATOR'S NOTICE.
r.TATn OF S. K. ALBEBTSOV, PKCEASEP.
betters tf Atlinlnlstratlon on the csute. of S. 1C.
Mbeitson, late of lienton township, county of Co
lumbia county, Htnto r,f Pennsvlvanla, deceased,
lue been grunted to H. 1!. Albertson, of lienton,
P.i.. to whom all persons tndebtod to said estate nro
reiiiiested to miiko piiyment, nnd thosu baling
el.tlms or demands will make known the same with
out dehy. it. H. a Limit I SiO.V,
IioLloL, March lHw. Administrator.
ISTATS nP.HNOS lOWl.tR. D W.' AS E P.
bitlersof AdmlnLstiatlon pf. ionis nos onthees
lute of Knus Fowler, late nf llrlarereok tow ushlp, Co
luiiibla cotintv, state of I'ennsilvanla, df ceased.hav
been granted to w. u. Drtesbach.of Sale m township
Luzerne county, l'a,, to whom nil persons Indebted
are requested to makejpnvment, nnd thoso hJilng
cl.ilms or demands will make known the same with
out delay v. O. DIUKSIIACII,
Administrator de aosis mom.
A UDITOR'S NOTICR7
I V, IsrATE OF IVII.-iO'l AM.KV, PEt'EASEP.
I tie undersigned Auditor to nuke dlitrlii'ithn of
lhe fund In the bunds of the Administrator of the es
tate of Wilson Allen, deceased, will attend to the
duties of his upiolntm-ut, nthls olilce lu Illooms
biirg, on Tut-sil.iv, Apili trstli, lsTti, ntto o'clock u.
in., whin and where all iiersons liuvln? claims
Hgulm-t the ekild estate, are retiulred to present lhe
same bi-fore the Auditor, or bo debarred from corn
ing lu for u share of said fund.
K. E. OHVIS
March 21, 16tJ-4iv.
E ESTATE OF JAMES II ESS, LATE OF COLOl
I1IA COCNTT, BECEASED.
The undersigned nudttor uppolnied by the Court
to distribute the balance In the bands of the Aomln
Utrators of said deceased to nnd among the persons
entltl-d to the same, will nttend to the duties of his
appointment nt the sheriff's omce In iiloomsburg.on
'1 uesday, the lstli day of April, 1876, at ten o'clock a.
m., when and where nil pei sons nro hereby notified
to make their claim befoiethe Auditor or be debur
icd from coining lu on said fund.
Bloomsburg, Mar. lT-tw. Auditor.
A UDITOR'S NOTICE.
fii lhe matter of the t-hcrltf's sale of the real estate
T. II. and William L Kd.'ar, trading us Edgar A
The undersigned, appointed by the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Columbia county to distribute the mon
ey arising from said sides tu and amongst those en
titled, will perform the duties of his appointment
nt tho olllie of It. F. j. m. Clark In Iiloomsburg on
Mittirduy, April, iK, 1870, nt 10 o'eloik a. in., when
and where nil persons Interested will attend.
JL I'. CLAltK,
March 17-w. Auditor.
TEHMS: Actual travelllig-. boarding-, nnd other
czpenses; file dollars a session, for taking the repoit;
and ten cents a folio, ( hundred words, ) for wriltug
out Into long. hand.
Whero the matter reported In ono day equals or
exceeds llfty folios, the Hi e-dollar fee w ill bo remitt
ed, and the transcribing Into long-hand charged at
Utteen cents nlollo; but, 'n till such cases, If fewer
man nuy rouos are purciiaseu, tlio nvv uouars win
Addrcbs. S. N. Walker. A. M. . Court-stenotr-
rnpher, Iiloomsburg, Columbia county, l'enusj Ka
ma. Ilesldence. Iron Btrect, between Third nnd
llflice With C. H.Orils .Esn.-Colnmblan-hullil.
Ing; entrance.opposltti tho cast gate lo the court-
nouse ai u. in si noor, nrsi uoor lu rignt,
Ofike-hour, from t eli e lo ono o'clock,
nb is, lb76-ly
utile la iiereuy gni-uiuai me luiiowing numeu
persons bate tiled luthe ollice ol the Clerk ol Quarter
Sessions their petitions fur Tavern, liutliig House
aud Liquor More Licenses, which u 111 bo presented
tu the ( ourt ou Wednesday, May f d, A, D. IbTO
Hold U' Ullllams bemtck llorouirh Hotel
J. II. Ilojt
w. A, Clemens " "
It.f-.irier " "
11. 1. Kleckner " "
John Ur. cock Iiloomsburg
lllr.un lless lienton '1 wu.
J. II. Klsiler Cutuwlssu
ceo. U Kosteubaudcrt
and S- "
(!eo. W. lleltsnydor I
Joslah .Michael "
J. K. Kliawn "
A. K. bnuman Centre
Joli.muu O'Connor Ccntiuilu lloro'
a. , creamer " "
w. li. weldeusaui
A. Ii. MulUl
Com nglinm twp.
J. t. Longenberger "
Ki.iil Y.-I, r Vlt.ln
H. c. couner Orango
Scott ' 'i
Mtllsnn ( t.
W. 11. '1 ubbs
Djnltl Merits Locust "
Miihuel I'rautz lierwlckliorough Entlng Ilouso
lluiuiihivi Parker ci-eetiwotnl tun. it,.t,.i
JuseplUl hhuman Heuvir '
Daniel V. Kubblns U.oouisburL' Liquor storo
Ollur A. Jacoby .. ..
iiuuiiunn. iiciss iireenwoou twp. Hotel
Isaac Edwards Coniniriiutii .
Johu I. Kline " "
liaiiicl F. curry Ccutralla lloro" Entlng house
Mary Chapman ..
Hobert Ful nl ' " '
Kobcrt Hi) son A- Co. " " Liquor Store
lieiuurdbiohuer Iiloomsburg llolel
Aaron W. llibs iiiniiii nCn ..
Jueub Miller t-cott " "
inaries n. luetterlcli Hemlock "
W llllulll l'l'HTf-r Ci'lilriill,. Itiw, it
'IV.l!u.,-'.li-sl''ru4w Cum lignum twp, Eatlug House
riijaii i-tss bugiuloat ' Hotel
Heorge M, Ilakt-r bcotl " Eating Ilouso
,, , 11. THANK JSAllli,
.prll-lc. deity s.
107G. WHERE NOW? 187G.
anTdOhcaUhybtutesUU0, ,hg aomM'
TO buy a 1'AltM uut cr tlio
Ono Million Acres
Vn3"? Wni?1-2a.Ba.fvr I'yll'O UltANU HA1'.
m oug ecus... liiiuiy Wnrli-ts. buro crona. Good
Ui nit i
...tw lUIUUkll Mill It
iloug. All kinds nf n
if wotei, timber eu.d bulfuin
eoiw lr ucr enc-tui-ilU dgwn.Laj.
-o on time.
Jt'Mbd fi'rllluitrntedpaipililn. lullo! ficlsuud
U,uicb, ind l cmumed. Aefiiu J
P. It.L.PElIlCE FtCy landUp'
VV rrusldcnt Judio of the Court of Oyer
I 11 11.111. ,(J. IIIU HUH. ITIIJi
Terminer and (lencral Jill Delivery, Court of r
terHosstonmf tho roaconnd the Court of eTonli
iiviMliuil iniuinii VUlli V 1,1 UlU I.MI.u.,.""
trlct, composod of tho counties of common s
t 1 ....... ...... (atl. day
uunureu anu sovoaiy-si", uuu w imiuuw.wi
ouarter eessloni of tho I'eace, Court of Comma
county of Columbia, on the first Monday, belnc
1st day ot May next, to continue two wcoks.
rrt,A ,a hAran itivetn in run i:nrnnrr. ii uin ju
tlces of the Peace, and the Constables or the
county or Columbia, that tnoy do men ana more
their proper person nt 10 o'clock In the rorcnootf 1
said 1st day or May, witu their records, inq
sltlans and other remembrances, to do thoso l
which to Uiclr offices appertain to bo done.
to prosecute them ns shall be Ju it. Jurors are
fl or April, in tne year oi our ijiti o
J I . u UhmiB.nn l9ht hnnrtrvrt find WTentr.S
penoenceoi me uniieu niuies ui aiusui;.
ShHfl-rime. CHAR. O. MUftPIIY.
Dloomsuurg, Apr. T to Coroner and Acting Sheriff.
I ii ut- t AU3I.3 run ii-.i.ijj a
JU MAY TKKM, 17.
Wliltam Brown et al vs. John Brown's ex.
Androw Crawford vs 1). W. Johnson.
William II. Crawford vs D. W. Johnson.
Christian Wolf ts N. W. 11. 11. It. Co.
8. 11. V oir et us. vs. N. ft W. H. 11. ft. CO.
Welllneton Hughes vs. l-hl)In Kpouenberger.
WU lam Harris vs. Berwick: Honing MU1 Co.
D. H. Morgan & Co. vs. Samuel Johnson.
Mnvder, llartman i Co. vs. N. L. Campbell.
7vl Klnley vs N. L. Campbell.
Fryllng, llowen Engle vs C. It. Earnts. 1
T. Ikelervs Jonas Doty.
John lleacock vs. Jonas Doty
Samuel J Case vs Jonas Doty.
Wilson Olbbons vs Jonas Doty.
L. F. Davis vs Jonas Doty.
John J Mcllenry vs I). U W. II. It. Co.
Iicnl. vt Intorsteen vs. William Houghton.
Ellas Miller vs. F i(. Hall ltond Co.
John McCalla's ex'r vs George J. Luce.
Benjamin IHcks va-Juel E. Uslley.
Mary McAlarney et al. vs. s. I. Case et (J.
Francis Evans vs. Samuel II. Uagenbuch.
A. cole's use vs. T. II. Cole, T. T.
A. Cole's use vb. t. Ii. Cole, T. T.
A. Colo's use vs. T. B. Cole, T. T.
II. w. Mclteynolds et ah vs. J, A. Losee.
si. Bloom vs. Allen Mann et nl.
W. .M lines' ex'rs vs Michael 0 rover. Sheriff.
Wl Ham Snyder's exrs vs. Jacoo liechtel et ux.
Jacob s. Illnterllter vs Wlllljm Menslnsrer.
Peoples Fire Insurance Company of Fa. vs. J. i.
Mcllenry et nl.
Peoples Fire Insurance Company ot Pa. vs. XLooms
uurg i.umuer i-u.
James Dyke vs. William nowell
A. K. Hharretts et al. vs 11. C. llowoU.
A. E. Hharrets et al vs David Stroup.
Benjamin Hicks vs. George II. Froas.
David Lewis vs. John DUU et al.
Daniel Smith vs John II. Kemble.
nice ,t Michael vs David Erwine.
w Illlninsport Hubbcr Co. vs William Mtlnes' errs.
Dai Id it. llower vs. WlUlam bwlsher.
Kfcond National Hank or ntnviiia vs. J. A, Losee.
Tim Brothers vs. II. F. Pallman.
John II Uoodmanvs John suiiger.
Christian E. Conner, by his father, George Conner,
Iiloomsburg Lumber Co. vs. llawllngs & Vannatta.
J. F Wldsman J:Co.ts Hawllnys li Vannatta.
John Yeaucr's nilin'r vs M. 0. Hughes.
I. J. Bobbins Co. vs Ueorgu M. Lockard et ai.
I. W. McKelvy vs. Wm. Shaffer et nl.
John Woodslde Co. vs Daniel Morris.
J. M. Hewitt vs. Samuel Crevellng.
J. W. Sankey vs Juseph Lillet .
A. L. Turner vs Klma Kester.
J. W. lrvln'a uso vs. Jesse A. Loses.
lmon Itaub snd George Ilaub vs Samuel Heffner.
Itlce .1 Uagenbuch vs William Carson.
Aaron Johnson vs Thomas Shuman.
Samuel HeiTner vs. samuol confalr ot al.
Ibert Winton vs Jonas Doty et aL
Frv Itote vs. C. It. Barnes.
Samuel J. Conner vs. Henry C. Freas etal.
Bowman Jackson vs Henry L. Freas.
W. II. Kline vs E. J. Mcllenrv.
George Conner vs Frank Lamon.
i.toomsourg liansingco. vs. James w. ss-iitey.
Thomas Downs vs. Silas Davis.
(leo. Hess vs. A. B. Stewart.
Cnrlstlan Schotz vs. liartnld Kleritnir
Thomas Corey vs. Thomas Farrell.
I'eopies Fire Insurance Company of Pa. vs. S. n.
TV Tile followlnt? nnnrnlwtnnrs nf h.i
perbonal property set apart to widows of decedents
have been tiled In the omce of the Register of Col
uuibla county, under the Hulcs or Court, and will be
presented for absolute confirmation to the orphans'
Court to be held In Bloomsburg,ln and for Baldconn-
o'clock p. m., of said day unless exceptions to such
confirmation are previously Died, or which nil per
sons Interested In Bold cstutcswlll take notice:
1. Widow of William Dlldlne, Lite of Madison town
S. WldDiv ot Join Snyder, late of Locust township,
S. Widow or Morris Pursel, lato of Madison town,
4. Widow of Jaiol Shearman, late of Beaver town
5. Widow or Michael Beagle, lato or Mount Pleasant
township, deceased. .vouV ,
0. Wldjwot Sirauel Creasy, lateot Mimin town
6. W'ldowof Evan Welllver. late or Montour town
T. Widow ot Samuel K. Albertson, late of Benton
Itetrtsu-r'H omce. 1 w it .t a pahv
Ttlnnm-.lnir.. f,-tn ,07 ' "r -
Notice Is hereby given to all legatees, credl
tors nnd other persons Interested In the estates of
the respective decedents and minors, that the fol
lowing ndmlnlstratlon nnd guardian accounts have
been riled In the office of the Iteglster ot Columbia
county, and will bo presented for contlrmatlou and
allow mice in the Orphan's Court to be beld In
Bloomsburg, on Monday, tne 1st day or May, lsfd. at
S o'clock, p. m. on said day: ' '
1. 1 he final account of Lydla rtelchard. Guardian ot
Mary L. Itelchard, minor child or John llelcluud
lute (if ItlHillsnn tnwMhln .low,..
i. Tlie llrst and partial account or K. B. Brown tnr.
ulor ot Jncob Yohe, late or Mimin
S. The first and final account ot Ann Been. Execu
trix of Jesse Beers, late or Hemlock township,
.T . . - miiuuvtu nubienuauaer. au
mlnlstrators or Samuel Kostenbauder. late of
t.'aiuwlbba township, deceabed. '
s. The first and rinal account or Eleanor A. Eves.
Administratrix or Joseph Eves, lato of Green
wood township, deceased.
e. The account of Henry Lltwellcr, Executor cf
ceased' Ulvu'lkr' ,ute 01 Locust township, dc-
7. The account or Conrad Kreamrr, Administrator
ot Catharine Krtamer, latoor Madison township,
8. The account or rranklln Hang," Guardian of the
person and estate of Lucy Itarlg, minor child ot
ceabcdU lldwlt'" lat0 01 Mcubt tow ushlp, de-
. The first nnd final arcount of Joslon Coleman and
Uiurlea i Colemun, Executors of Jceph Coleman,
late ot Flsbliigcrcek township, deceused
10. The account cf Henry Lltweller. Exeen Inl- if
Ur Lltwellcr, lute ot Locust township, deceased.
1!. The account cf Lewis Yettcr. AdnJElitrotrr nf
dee'ensed 1lbl'e1' lul " i'entour town6hlp,
18, '.!',? VPPiental and final account of Joseph
Cllbcru Admlnlstraior of Kllrabeth KlsUer. late
ct Mount l'leusunt to naiup, deceabed. '
T!ic.!lt',SV,1Ilt cf "' J- P'rtffch. Cuardlan of Hob
eit D. Klnniy,inlnorl.elrof Henry Dleterlch.Iata
of Brlumeektowubhlp, deceabed. ll""-u'""u
14, iT,''"!'.M,f orc,",t V? O'orgeW.Correll and WU
Mum H. Weuier. Fxecutorsof (iccrge Weaver,
late of the 'lown ot Bloomsburg, dtceascd
15. Tho tlrbt ncd final account nf Perry I). Black
i ... . .. '"e,.epinieoi tnran Keller, minor
ship deceived" T' W t,rttnwol towh
10. The llrst nnd final account or Charles A. Kouder
"i ilt'v' Aeiiiiliiistraior or William F. Soudcr. lato
or beott tuMiibhlp, deceabed. 1
17. The llrst and filial account or John K.Glrton.
Guard lan of Charles M. and DaWd K. Girton. uiil
blupdeceubed. ' 16 ot I!loom l6wn-
T?n.WUDt.9r ran.lcl Piunbnch, Administrator
wick "deceabed. ' e 01 lU8 1)orClUKu of Btr.
' "J''" llnal account or C. o. Jackson, Guardian ot
Mary A. Van lloiitcn, minor heir ot A. B, Pe-arce
late ol Brlurcrtck tunhlp, accented. '
I r,"f?-5,V .'w.a..rf.'T.?.nt.bor child
v., .-.v v. jia.u wnubnip.aeccnbea.
... TLe flnul account ot Haac K. Dlldlne, Guardian
of tho pcisou nud estate of McKindra 1 Drnk?
S3. The account of Franklin Yecum. Executor or
ss. The account ot Charles Dyer, Executcrof Snmun
!. Tbe nrst iind final account cf Samuel Nevhard
Adnilulstiuicrof HeurvA Brtttuin lata oV wrV
nrciiek towubhlp.dectaked. ' '
S7, The nret account of t-umuel Neihard Admlni.
8. lhe - CdbJ account ot fsmuel Kejbrrd Adminw.
htue!.lucl'", tate SsqMSSS:
bteh, lule ot iut,ke tov. itkhlp, tleVei i ted.
to, Hie put m,d r.nnl recovutof liinmii nn,.
''rC'UlllCCliUUltf Wlllltiu II, Yettcr actlnir
UiwukMp, eleeeax d,
SI, T I lie account ot Charles Dyer,auardlan of Benton
Miller, minor child of ViBuaui J. IHUer late of
1 oailngm-ek, deceased: at. mcd by Franklin
.ocuin, Exccuurot nueft'Uarl". jlr dectaVed
, , liegltterVo