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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURGr, COLUMBIA COL NTY, PA.
,BS03KWA7& ELWELL, Editors.
Friday, Nov. 0, 18 70.
A FINAL WORD.
Hulbro nnothcr issue of the Co
t.umuum the l'rcsidciitiiil COIllPSt
will luivcbeen declilcil. For twen
ty years the prospects for Demo
cratic success Imvo not been so
cheering, nor have our people gono
into a contort with to much vigor.
Thoyyearn for a change and de
mand Hei-okm, In Tikltm and
Hendricks wo huvo magnificent
lctidcrs, and tho Platform is fault
less. There is therefore every induce
ment to poll our entire vote. Work
grn until the polls an
.uosc l. do not ston to
wrangle with our opponents. The
day for discussion hiis passed, and
ij'ork now counts. Our enemies
are desperate, well organized, with
p'entyof money, and will capture
a vote wherever they can, by
fuir means or foul. Do not let
them intimidate voters or election
boards. Have good men at the
polls in every District If you
value honest and economical Gov
ernment, give the whole day to the
cause; and the Republican party
will sustain such a defeat that it
will know no resurrection.
And now, boys, give them Indi
IS IT UAN'KKUPTCV?
We appeal to you, old men 1 is there in
your-recollcction, memory of n time so try
ing, of money so scarce, of work so unprofit
able? For sixteen years the Republican
party in power have printed millions of
money where is it? And echo answer,
''Wheief Pick up tho daily papers and
the first paragraph that meets your eye is
oneto the effect that such a manufacturer or
uch a merchant has Jailtil failed for hun
dreds of thousands of dollars. And hundreds
of people n.e ruined by the insolvency.
Pick' up a country paper and run your eye
over the columns of Sheriff's sales, and iol
low'theni to the hammer and see farms and
houses sold for one-fifth of their value ; and
then vote for Hayes and keep this party in
power Within tho last year about ONii,
HUNDRED AND TWENTY pieces of
resi estate nave oceu sotu in Columbia coun
ty ny the Sheriff, besides many lots of per
sonal property. Farms and homes have
been swept from the owners for a mere song,
and the cry is, "still they go." Do you
waht this thing to continue? Then vote for
Hayes, ami the whole country will shortly
be fgohff, ooiso, GONE 1 1"
j MOV. TILUEN'S LETTER.
We desire to call the attention of our
readers to the letter written by Gov. Tilden
to Abram S. Hewitt, Esq. on the subject of
"Southern claims," printed on the first
pae of this issue. This bugaboo of tho
Republican party is effectually disposed of
and tho last falsehood of tho Campaign
refuted. Nothing can be more clear and
decisive than the1 language used by Gov.
Tilden and timid and doubtful voters who
may have fancied that these claims might
obtain recognition, in spite of the Constitu
tional prohibition, in event of Mr. Tilden'
election can now rest their souls in peace.
In company with the rest of the political
falsehoods of Mr. Tilden'a enemies, this one
has melted away and
"Like the' baseless fabric of a vision
Leaves not a wrack behind."
The bankers, bishops and leading clergy
men of Charleston, S C, have united in an
aldress to the people of the United States,
denying the statements made by Governor
Chamberlain, and asserting that there is no
defiance of law and order by the white poo
pie. A number of the members of the
Philadelphia bar have joined iu a protest
agalnsrthe President's South Carolina proc
lamation. Subsequently sixty Northern
merchants resident and doing busiuess iu
Charleston, met and adopted an address to
the people of the United States declaring
Governor Chamberlain's proclamation un
warranted by the real condition of South
Carolina, and fully endorsing tho statement
of tho clergy and bankers.
There was a glorious turnout ofthe Dem
ocracy at Reading on the 2iith. It is esti
mated that 30,000 people were present.
Ibcre was an immeti.o procession and
Hjieeches were made by Gen. McCIeltan,
Ex-Gov. Uigler and Senator Wallace. Two
buffaloes wero roasti d for the people. On
unfortunate accident marred the pleasure of
the day ; the railing to a portico gave way
and precipitated thirty persons to tho side
walk, eighteen feet below. Twtlve of tho
unfortunates had limbs fractured or sustained
VOTERS JIEWAREI THERE ARE
THREE TICKETS TO I1E VOTED NEXT
TUESDAY, O.VEHEAUED 'STATE" CON
TAINS THE NAMES OK ELECTORS
ONE HEADED "JUDICIARY" CONTAINS
THE NAMES OE THE TWO ASSOCIATE
SUDORS; AND ONE HEADED "CO UNTY
CONTAINS THE NAMES OE COUNTY
OFFICERS, INCI.UD1NU CONGRESS AND
STATE SENATE. UK SURE THAT YOU
VOTE ALL THREE TICKETS, UKCAUSI
THE ELECTORAL TICKET IS PRINTED
ON A SEPARATE SLIP.
The Republicans are terribly ufraid the
.rebel claims will not be paid. These claims
are mainly held by Republicans jobbers who
have bought them at a nominal price, and
they Enow they will not bo paid if Tilden i
elected I How nervous they are abtut these
claims 1 "
A little over a year ago a Justice of the
Peace in I Ills County bought a docket, large
enough, ns he thought, Is last him his term
nf tic ytan. It is nearly full already.
Vote for llye and it trill on be full
Ml!. V, W. IIIKIIIKS.
This genltcman, who Is nn excellent law
ycr, but n (letestnblo politician, was a mem
ber of the Democratic Slato Convention at
Krle in 1875, and by Ills efforts In bclialf cit"
a soft money plank in tho platform proba
bly contributed moro than any other man
In the State to the defeat of his parly that
fall, Ho considers hliiitclf a Democrat, wo
believe, but ho is not, on (ho contrary ho Is n
bitter though not an avowed enemy of tho
party. Ho is a monomaniac on tho "soft''
money question and, like many others, has
gone mad over this hobby, A report gained
currency, somctimo since, that Mr. Hughes
had declared his Intention of supporting Mr.
Tildcu and ho was warmly commended
for Ids determination. Tho report was n
false ouo and Mr. liuglies sent n des
patch to the press in which ho "denounces"
"the slander" that ho had "agreed to sup
port Tildcn" and asserts that ho ''would its
soon trust Hayes with the protection of tho
ballot as Tilden.1' A model Democrat, truly,
Is tho indignant Mr. Hughes. A man, tvhn,
calling himself a member of the Democratic
party, considers thu statement that ho will
support his party's candidate for President
Mr. Hughes has an undoubted right to think
and vote as ho chooses, but holding the opin
ions that he docs,ho should at least bo manly
enough to avow himself no Democrat and
refrain from participation in tho councils of
the party henceforth.
WeconsidcrMr.Hughcsto be astumblin?
block and rock of ollciicc to
patriotic voter am
mi all Democrats to
icy Do deceived auu go
ly. ilio Democratic party, uo assured,
is more ashamed of Mr. Hughes than ho
Pennsylvania, ss :
l. 8. Iu the name and by the authority of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania:
John F. Hartranft, Governor of the said
Notwithstanding tho present depression of
business, and the accompanying distress, the
people of this country continue to enjoy
manifold blessings, and the moro especially
in the preservation of their institutions and
liberties, through the vicissitudes ot a centu
ry, and iu the steadfast faith that the light
of God's favor is only temporarily dimmed
by the clouds that darken the country.
N.ow, therefore, I, John F. Hartranft,
Governor of Pennsylvania, do recommend
that the good people of this Commonwealth,
laying aside all secular occupations, assem
ble together on the iiOlh day of November,
187G, being the same day set apart therefor
by tho President of tho United States, to
give thanks to Almighty God for his contin
ued kindness, and to merit by prayers and
thaiikfulm ss the fulfillment of all reasona
ble hopes, and the gratification of all just
Given under my hand and the great seal
ot tlii State, at Harrisburg, this 31st day of
October in tho year ol our Lord one thou
sand eight hundred and seventy-six, and of
'the Commonwealth the one hundred and
first. J. F. HAitTitANrr.
By the Governor :
M. S. Quay,
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
Philadelphia, Nov. 1. Tho last sales
of pools on the Presidential election at ttie
International Exchange in 'this city, which
took place this evening, were as follows:
On tho general result Tilden, $100;
On tho remit In New Yurk City and State
Tilden, 1U0 ; Hayes, $40.
In New Jersey $100 to $55 on Tilden.
In Connecticut $100 to $72 and tSOou
In Indiana $100 to $75 on Tildcu.
In Pennsylvania $35 to $12 pu Hayes.
$200 were offered that Tilden would get a
larger majority in New York than Hayes
would receive from Ohio and Pennsylvania
together. No takers.
Any of our Republican friends who arc
sure that Hayes will bo elected can make a
fortune by hieing to Philadelphia or New
A cotemporary accuses m of opposing Mr
Collius' election This is untrue. His name
is among the list of candidates in the Co
lumbian, and no tickets have been printed
at this office which did not contain his name
Of course we were not enthusiastic over his
lleged nomination, for. wo considered that
the written pledge given by him and his
conferees two years ago when Columbia
county nominated him, should have been
larriei out. It was us follows
Wilkix-Uamie, Pa., Oct. 13, 1S74.
We. the undersigned, agree that F. D.
Collins shall be a candidate for but one
term, and that we will use all honorable
means Innominate O. U. Ilrockway as the
uext candidate foi Congress.
F. D. Collinh,
F. A. IlEAMISH,
1). P. Uarton,
S. W. TllIMMHU.
Wo have refrained from giving tho inside
history ol the Conference, bccatiso it would
have dune no good, and might have done
some harm. Mr. Waller is not entitled to
the support of tho Democratic party of'this
District, nor will ho receive any cousidera-
b'e number of votes from it.
It is amusing to read tho iudigtiatit out
bursts of tho Republican papers, over the
alleged discovery of fraudulent tax receipts
n Philadelphia, iu the hands of Democrats.
A stranger would imugino that such u thing
as an illegal tax receipt had never before
been heard of in the Pilgrim city. Why,
this very day, tiicro uro bushels of them iu
thu hands of Republican politicians there,
and 50,000 illegal names on tho registry
lits by which to uso them. The Pilgrim
mb-rulers of Philadelphia have used theso
blanks far years and tliuinsuined indignation
of tho partisan papers Is both absurd and
impudent, bam. Josephs, one of tho so
called Democrats who hud these receipts in
his possession U not a Democrat uud was
denied recognition at thu lust Democratic
State CmiveiKittu. Wo believe thu whole
a Hair to bu a Republican trick,
An investigation of accounts fur county
and city officers with thu Commonwealth.
ruti'iilx tho fact that Peter A. U. Widener,
Republican city Treas., Phtla., is behind In
his accounts $U03,W'J,30, r neat little sum
truly for an officer to owo the Cumiimiiwealth
It remains now to bo seen whether the State
will get the amount due. The Republican
government ol Piiadtdpbiurhas tixedjtipou
that city t debtof some seventy millions and
Air. Wideuer has only done his share In run
nlng up uii individual bill of indebtedness.
UEYVAKK OF UOURIlAt'KS.
Il Is the Invariable custom of our opponents
to circulate outrageous lies a fuw days before
tho election, well knowing that they cannot
bo exposed in time. ,It isun old dodge of
theirs, and wo theieforo warn our readers not
to heed any of ftiese late slanders. If true,
they would have been trotted out long ago.
especially as they would have effected Ohio
WHAT ((UK SOLDIERS WANT.
TILDEN, HEFOnM AND PEACE.
Philadelphia, October i!8, 1870.
7b Mr People of Jhmtylvania, from the
Soldiers whom the Sent into the Field I Eleven
years havo passed slnco wo brought the war
of tho rebellion to ft close. Still tho march
of aimed men Is heard within the borders of
our sister States, and that noble organisation
of which we wcro onco so proud of being n
part tho United Slates army is now being
used by tho government for tho ignoblo and
unconstitutional purpose of crushing out tho
tight of self-government in somo of the
Southern States. At Appomattox Court
Houso tho southern troops surrendered to
tho Army of thu Potomac and laid down
their nrtTis In good filth, and wo pledged
ourselves to protect them. These pledges
tho present administration lias violated.
The war Is over, yet peace has not follow
ed, and prosperity lias not returned with tho
car of victory to bless the country. Many
of our comrades laid down their lives, and
many more shed their blood that the coun
try might bo preserved united In all its in
tegrity, but bad men havo used the Dowers
of tho government to foster and keep nllve
tho bitter feelings and sectional animosities
engendered by thu lato struggle. Out of re
spect for the memory of our dead comrades
wo feel called upon to again step to the trout
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peace. Wand tiy us now iu ourciiunsi
to purify and reform tho government wo pre
served by changing the administration and
electing Samuel J. Tilden to tho Presidency.
Let us linvo an administration actuated by
"malico towards none, rharity to all."
Mpjor General Geo nor. R. McCll-llan,
U. S. A.
Major General William II. Franklin,
U. S. A.
Major General Sr. Claib A. Mulhol
IANI), U.S. V.
Major General Jospeh F. Knipe, U. S.
Major General RiciiAltD Coulter, U. S.
Urigodier General Isaac A. Wistah, U.
Brigadier General William McCand-
LES9, U. S. V.
Urigadicr General Wm. Ross Hartshorn,
U, S. V.
llrigadier General JolIN F. Ballieii, U.
Brigadier General W. W. II. Davis, U.
Brigadier General Edward L. Dana, U.
Brigadier General W. Cooper Tai.ley,
U. S. V.
Brigadier General William R. Thomas,
U. S. V.
Brigadier General Peter Lyi.e. U. S. V.
Brigadier General Roiiert E. Winslow,
Signed by 323 other officers and 22,000
non-commissioned officers and enlis'ed
The farmers as owners of the soil cannot
escape taxatiou like .the bondholders and
bankers. If any one farm is unprofitable or
unproductive, the burden really falls upon
the neighboring land. We have a great
farm in the Southern country ; will the
farmers of the North voto to doublo their
own burdens by destroying the interests of
the South. An idle acre in the South means
a heavier tax upon tho crop grown on an
improved acre iu the North. Northern farm
ers will vote so that every acre in the Uni
tod States may yield its full crop and fair
Tho Republicans sing small about the
"solid South" since their senseless cry was
met by the statement of the overwhelming
fact that Republicanism increased tho debt
of the Southern States from 1SG5 to 1872
from $50,034,198 to the enormous sum of
$315,181,143. If this is not enough to make
a "solid South'' against the Republican par
ty, pray what more is necessary ? A people
that would prolong the power of such a par
ty would be called worso than Insane. They
are going for a change.
This Republican prating of honesty, puri
ty and virtuo strikes us as tolerably cool,
considering that in nearly every penitentia
ry in the United States there are to-day Re
publican politicians and tx-officc holders
convicted of every grade of stealing, and
that for every Republican thief behind the
bars there are scores of Republican thieves
plying their vocation outside. Pittsburg
The New York Journal of CoUmerce (in
dependent) says: The assumption that the
Democratic party cannot be trusted to keep
faith with the Government creditors is a
very grave impertinence in the face of his
torical facts that cannot be controverted.
When the question lias had any practical
importiiuco iu any part of this country the
Democrats have always been found on tho
right side, and tho Republicans have led the
A frightful accident occurred uu the Dela
ware and Lackawanna Railroad at Lehigh
Summit, 22 miles from Scruutou on Monday
evening, by which two persons were killed,
live fatally injured uud sixteen wounded.
A very heavy passenger train laden with
visitors to tho Centennial wm much behind
time and, whilu stopping to repluuou brokeu
coupling, was run into by u coal train with
tho sad results noted.
Tho ribald press is now quoting from tho
organs uud asking tlirui what they think
now such remarks as this irom tho Tribune
of last Saturday : "Governor Tilden is a sa
gacious ii'iau. He knows that the South
ern demand uro injuriug Ids party. Why
does hu not stato that, It' tlectid, hu will veto
every bill for the pa) incut of Lhsc.s to men
who cannot prove their loyalty 1 Ho does
not dare." Uulortunutely for tho organs.
he did dure.
Senator Patterson s,iys there is "live years
ot good stealing iu South Carolina, ,yet,"
and Uraut has scut the soldiers down
there to help do it. Doubtlcs ha also
shares the plunder. Vote for lluyes and iu
ibur years we iniy have them here in Penn
The merchants, and clergymen and Bish.
ops and bankers of Charleston, and the law
yers of Plfcl.idclphia, without distinction of
party have denounced Grant's military usur
putiou, and pronounced the attempt to run
an election with bayonets instead of ballots-,
The Republicans havugtviu up the dec
tiou of llayss, and are. bunding all their eu
ergies to thu elictlou of iiiumbers of Con
grexH, hoping tu prevent Reform by carrying
the CongreM Don't lot them.
Edward S Stokes, tho murderer of the
notorious Jas. Fisk, jr. was released from tho
Aul run Penitentiary on Satuiday lust, hav
log served tho full term of his Imprison
Tho Democratic Cougresx of last session
saved tho country THIRTY MILLIONS
OF DOLLARS. Do you want to see- it
tquandcred and stoleu? If you do, voto for
Tho herelnforo uncontested position of
Ananias Hays as tho champion liar of the
ago Is no longer his. Another hand hat
torn tho laurels from his brow and now
proudly wears them on his own wavy locks.
Blaine of Maine Is the successor of Hayes
and far exceeds him in mendacity. Blalno
appears to havo started In this campaign
with a firm mid settled I lea that the more
falsehoods there wpre told the stronger would
be the chances for Republican success. Nobly
has ho carried out this idea and most suc
cessfully has lie advanced to the front rank
of falsifiers. In otic of his recent speeches
ho asserted that United States Hags did not
fly anywhere in Georgia except on Custom
Houses and Post olllces. Gov. Smith, Sena
tor Gordon and A. R, Lau ton, elector at
largo for thu State, Rally deny this and cite
instances ol buildings whom thu tlag is al
ways lloatlng. In all public meetings it is
mid lias been a conspicuous feature In the
decorations. .A nice creature for President
was Blaine of Maine 1
In the lato elections the w hole power of
tho Government was. thrown on the Repub
lican side, with n disregard of decency such
us has never before been witnessed. Noth
ing was left undone that organizing ability,
unlimited resources, wicked ingenuity, and
corrupt combinations could achieve
parnbly lost, and Ohio Is barely saved by (he
kin ot Its I cell:. A. 1. Sun.
Tho expenses of tho White House under
Democratic rulo wcro $17,817.50. Under
Republican rulo they aro 8108,20 1.65. Is
not tho difference $00,417.35, rather a high
price to pay for the honor of having a Rc-
iiiblican in tho White House? Unfortu
nately this is only an example ofthe gener
al profligacy of Republican mle. Tho tamo
pint of reckless extravagance runs throueli
the whole service, from the President down
to tho Ion est official.
"The light in the East" is what the Rads
now call Vermont. She was a light in the
East in 1812, when her Legislature rnsscd
an net prohibiting her militia from leaving
tho State to aid in the national defence. Sho
has been voting the anti-Democratic ticket
Havo you seen as many Sheriff's sales in
Columbia county in five years us there havo
been within tho last year? Vote for Haym
and there'll bo more of them.
Can't we make every .voting precinct in
the county democratic this year? LetV'tiy"
as General Miller said, at the battle of
The United Slates Treasury Department
is authorized by law lo employ 400 persons.
It actually employs 2,800 persons, or seven
times as many as It has warrant of law to
Hayes, the Arctic explorer, is giving his
support to Hayes. He s on tho wrong way
to the polls again. JiostonJ'ost.
Mr. Halstead asks : "Can Mr. Tilden car
ry his own State? Tho Chicago 77mfref(rs
him for a reply to General Dix, who is com
petent authority, or to wait until Novem
Who drove the plundering Belknap from
power? Tho Democrats. Do you want him
back ? If you do. voto for Haves.
Tho jury on the McKay-Times libel caso
wero disciiargcd on Saturday after having
been locked up n week. They failed to
There wus nn immense Tilden and Hen
dricks torchlight processiou iu New York-
last week with 50,000 men in line, making n
column four miles long.
The President has issued a proclamation
designating Thursday, November 30th, as a
day of National Thanksgiving.
Medical men who have witnoxpprl tlm
healimr and nurifyinir action of Glenn's
Sulphcr Soap upon tho Skin, pronounce it
an excellent spccinc lor scorbutic eruptions,
and one of the most elncacinus deodorizem
and disinfectants iu use. Crittentou's, 7, 0th
Ave., N. Y. Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye,
black or brown, 60 cents. Nov.
On Tuesday evening, while stopping at the
house of John'McXcul. at lilack Creek, tho
horse and buggy of Gil. Dreisbach was taken by
a rami named Lsyi Kishbiu'h, of Nescopeck,
who drove the Jwrse oil towards Berwick, a s
hard as the animal coildgn. At Conygham
Mr, Dreisbach's overcoat fell out nnd was pick
ed up, when it was found the swift driven teim
was Mr. Lreisbaeh's. It st once occured to Win.
Charles that r.ll could not be right, and he im
mediately sent a meieiiger on a riiniiinjr horse
after the fugitive, lie was overtaken at tho
foot of the mountain, Id horse dripping wet.
At first he refused to riturii, but soon concluded
differently. He wa. brought into town yester
day morning about 2 o'clonk, and gave bonds
to appear at court. We opina licit lie get out
of State's prison he will know better than to re
peat thu undertaking. Democrat, O.-t. 20Vi.
The word "limited," as used in such titles
ns say "John Smith it Co., Limited," or
"Transfer Railway Co., Limited," both in
this country uud in England, means that
joint stock companies are authorized by law,
with the liabilities of the stockholders or
partners limited to tho amount subscribed,
oa condition that every time and iu every
placo the company's name ia used by its au
thority thu word "limited" shall follow it.
father uu Oct. Wtu, uy Itev. C, L. llensuoter, Ituth
M. Fink, ol KlikksUlnny, Pu., to Miss AiU W. llar
rlbon, or Porks, CoL Co.
OtVKUSO.N-LAltlSH.-Ou tho feUiuli, by llonry
U. lless, Em)., atbls offloo la Sugartuar, II r. Ainou
Ulvcrsoii, to Allm Alice 1'. Lorlsli both ot Huurtoat
n!ts,1.-la llentou, on Thur&day, Oct H, Mr.
Thomas Ileus, OfeU C9 years.
l.U.NIlBlt.-Ia Bufiuloat, cn the ltth, nit,, Hiram
umtter, unco 99 years, 3 months and 0 days.
I'AltKH.-In Jonostown.mth, ulL, William Parks,
uvea iu 3 ears, t mouths and 8 days.
PAHK8.-1D Jonestown, atth, tilt, John I"orks,
aged 14 years. Thene are brothers to Miss Parks,
wuu uieu en 1110 imu uu. All three of tscurlel fever.
Wheat per uushul t l.tD
ltyu " ,,, ,, t j
Corn, new, us
Oats, " " ,,,, .so
Flour per barrel , 7.W
cioverwxHl , ,
Dried Apples ,,
Horns ...I I
Sides e Xhouldors ,
Lord pur pound
Tlmotliy Hood ..
iUOTATIONll FOlt COAL.
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National Doinotsratic Tlckot.
SAMUEL J, TILDEN,
OF NEW YORK.
I'OR VICE PRESIDENT,
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
lli liiorrilllo Eli rlnrHl Tlrkrl.
KLKCTOltS AT LAUGH.
1'iuin.xs It. llcciui.nw-fUucm. u. Wilson.
Itntiert I", HMef
(leoriro It. lieriell
Win it wrtijlif
Thomas K lliisklll
J. V .Monlsoii
Win K, ilnair
.loel L t luliitier
11. T. TniinbovviT
(leo. H. llowluiul
J. II. McCainant
Daniel 1) tioas
.1. II. .McCollum
V. V. Knur
.Tollli II. llhl
.1 niiius. I, llatlett
John II. (luthrlo
David is. Morris
It. U. llroivn
1 nomas W. Oraj son
81 IScnJamln I Morris.
FRANCIS I). COLLINS,
of Luzerne county.
ROIIERT 1'. ALLEN.
of Lycoming county.
K. J. McIIKNRY,
DAVID S. ISROWN,
F. L. SHUMAN,
ISAAC K. KRtCKlUUM,
.IQ1IN W. HOFFMAN,
Dciiiocrultc SlitndliiK Cuimiiluec.
Boavcr Nathan ltredbonder, Jr.
Itenton-W. II. Smith,
llerwlck W. T. Snyder,
llloomsburi; E. W. J. Huckalew,
Dloomsburg W, II. W, Mcltcynolds.
llrlarcreck Wm. Lamon.
Catawlssa U. M. Tewksbury.
Ccntralla Manus Mcllrcarty.
Centre II. A. Schweppenbclscr.
Conyngbam N. Nlel Lenllun.
Conyngham S. Peter Luby.
Flshlmjcreck Frank Woll
Franklin Jacob Knlttle.
Greenwood (I. W. Utt,
Hemlock Wm. rilrton.
Jackson Wm. L. Manning.
Locust-Wm. II. Helnbold.
Madison Conrad Kramer.
Main W. T. Sliuman.
Mlffllii-D. II. Montgomery.
Montour I. N. Gordon.
ML Pleasant A. T. Ikeler.
Orango Abraham White.
Pine W. Karehner.
lloartngcreek J. II. Kllngcr.
Scott-O. P. Ent.
Sugarloaf-E. a Fritz.
Important to Centennial Visitors.
Many nf our readers who yet intend to
visit Philadelphia, will wisli to do so at tho
least possible cost nnd trouble. They will
nut wish to pny hotel rates when they can
obtain good accommodations at privato and
hoarding houses at one-third hotel rates.
During September and October the crowds
will be so latee that they cannot ho accomo
dated at hotels, and to avoid trouble on their
arrival all should know where they are going
to stop, before leaving home. You can ob
tain good accommodations by tho week for
from $5 to $10, or by tho day from SI to 2.
To do this you intisti write to J. Weaver &
Co., 1318 Market street, Philadelphia, nnd
they will, on receiptor $1, to pay them for
their trouhlo nnd expense, send you a list
of ono hundred hoarding houses, giving tho
prices charged by the day or week. You
can then celect 11 place for yourself, nnd
make arrangements direct with the parties
you wish to stop with. In this way you can
save from $10 to 25. Should you wish to
stop at a hotel they will tnaice all necccsBn
ry arrangements for you nnd charge you but
$1. '77i' is our advice. Take it. Stnte what
paper you saw this in.
Sept. 22, 187G.
Have you tried Kirby's WildChcrry Cough
Ilulsam 1 A very pnlatenble compound for
tho various nfl'ections of tho throat nnd lungs
it has been used with t-ucces, iu seven cases
of asthma giving instant relief uud in many
cases ejecting a pernnment cure. Price 50
cents per buttlo nnd positively warranted to
give entire satisfaction 1 r nionev refunded.
Ivirby's Mugic Relief for tlio instiut cure
01 severe aim acuto lmins.
Kirby s 'lasteless Worm Lozences. ideas
ant. safe uud effectual.
Kirby's llnro and Catthi Powders aro the
best powder lor stock, manufactured. Try
them and lie convinced.
Kirby's Camphor leo for sunburns, aoro
lips nau cnaiipeil nanus.
Ulll s llillums ami l.m r rills are recom
mended by thu first Physicians.
The above preparations uro for sale by all
Druggists anil dealers 111 medicine.
July 21,7ti.-ly Wholesale, Agent
Tllli CillKAT DlhCOVEltYl
K. F. KUNKEL'd III ITEK WINK OF IKON. For
Iho cuio of ucak blouiaeh, i;cnerul ilobl'ity, Indiges
tion, dlseasoot tho lien oils ) stem, umstlpatlou,
acidity of thu stouitu-b, uud all euMis reiiulilng a
Tho wlno lucludou tho most ugrceaf lo and einclent
Halt of lion wo iusm.'ks; cttrato of ZJ.igue'te Oxide,
combined with thu roost euei getlu of v egvLiblu tonics
Vol ow Peruvian Hark.
The effect la many cn&cs or debility, loss tf appe
tite, and general prohtrutlon, of an uMclentHultot
Iron comblnvst nllli vuluablu Ncrvo tonic, Is moat
happy, 11 augment the up HjtlUi, rolbcslbo pulse
takes off lausculur llabllneas, removes the pallor Of
debility, awl gives u llorld vigor to tho counten
Do you waDt (wmethtflg to stn ngthcn you t Do
you want a good uppctltu ; Do you want to build up
your coustltutlonj Do you wunttofeel well! Do you
want to get rid of uervouf nessj Do you want encr
gyt Dojuu want to bltcp wllt Do you want
brisk aud vigorous footings? If jou do, try Kunk.
el s Wlno 01 iron.
Vhls trul v vabrablo toule lias lieen Uioroughly tout
ed by ull laassi'ii of llui community, that it Is now
deemed liidtHpouutblo ns a Tonlu inotllcliiu. t costs
but little, puilllyslbu blixid uud Ktes tone to Hie
stomach, renovate the system and prolongs life.
I now only u.Hk trial ot tills valuable Tonic,
Price II. per bottle. K. V. KUKKICL, Hole Proprietor
Philadelphia, it. Ak ypur druggist for KunkelV
Hitter wino ui lnm. and take no other inuke. noia
only Intl. hutk. All othora aro counterfeit, bo bo
ware of theio.
lluy su bottSos for i.
Worms RcuwvccI Alive;
K. y, KunktFu orm ijrup never tails to destroy
. nn, Neut aaa. atoiaach v or uui. Dr. Uunkel uu-o
only buccmstul Physlcuin la this country for tho
removal or worms, lie removed Tape worms with
Ue&4 audi all complete, olive lu 'i hours, and no
lea iiutu removed. Be ua for circular, or call oa your
urogtist, uid get a boiUo or.Jiuiikel'a worm Syrup
rwtti, itntvtrbau. Nor.
KSTlTIt Or HIRAM M'MIIlt, DKCEAStP.
Itlrninr Aflmtnltf mllflA nn llin rnlAln nf lltratn
Lunger, lam of isuirarlraf tvn.. Col,, Uo, deeea rd
. yiu . iKk;ra i
Iiae been cranlnd uv llin Itivlster ol
f ham county to
Aiiuruw.1. iips8,oi same iwp., uoiuinuia ihiuul.
AUin'r., to whom all persons Indebted are requested
to m.iko payment, ami thoso having claims or de
mands niralnst tho said estate will males them
Known 10 1110 saia Aumimairaior wiinoui. ueiar..
AMIltieW .1 1 1 KM
Farm & Mill Propgriy for Sale or Kent.
Tho farm and mitt niotvrtv known ns tho.ticnb
Yohu mid iroiirt;, In .illlllln Uiniishlp, Is for milu or
rent. Meljr tlilnjt Is In tlrst el iss condition. Alain
eiianee for a uoodiiilller. Tcrmi easy. Apply soon
JOHN V. KVAN8.
Vary 1!. Mnss, bv
Lit next friend
oinmon Pleas of Columbia
ynnliunlul. I. I.'ltn
No. ii Mav Term isio.
WIllUmK. Moss. J
subpiuna In divorce.
Tho atlas mibptenn In tho aboto caso hadntfbeon
returned nun pktlntvntus, jou, tlm said William It.
.Moss, are requested to appear at the said Court, oil
ttcilrst Monday of December next, to answer tho
complaint, therein nled.
C. W. MII.I.KIt, CIIAS. S. roUNWALD,
fUUY LIST FOR SPHCtAL TERM NO
t VK.MiiKU 27th, 1S70.
Heaver Pant Fry.
Ilcnton ltusscl Karns.
llloom Douglass Hughes, C. It. Houttl, It. K,
Sharnlun 'fliomas E fleddls. Jftepb Srluilert Wm.
Saunders, Joseph sharplcss, J II, Stcckcr.
Catawlssa-John II. Uartzel.
Center .lames Ilrcdbendcr, Wm. Shaffer.
Flslilngcrcek Cyrus Itobblns.
Franklin C. L. Artley, Wm. O. Fisher, Daniel
Orecnwood-lllram C. Eves, A. W. Dowltt, Win,
Kyer, Amos Trlvelnleco, Samuel Mcllcnry, II. S.
Hemlock Powell Folk, F. P. Harris, John ltctz.
Ixwust Franklin Itarlg, Lucas Fatnlnger.
Madison John (I. Nnvlus.
ML Pleasant A. J. Ikeler.
Kcott-T1ioma3 Crcvcllnff, William rcltlt, J.
Hugarloat James Pennington.
ltyMrtuoof sundry writs of Venditioni Exponas
and Fieri Facias to me directed will bo exposed to
public, bale at tho Court Houso In llloomsburg, at
0110 o'clock p. m. on
TUESDAY, INOVEMIJER 28, 187G,'
All that certain Ileal Estate sltuato In tho Town ot
Espy, Scott township, Columbia county, Pennsjlvn
nla, bounded on the north by Second street, cast by
lot of Henry Trembley, Boutti by an alley, west by lot
ot Thomas Crcvellng, being rorty-ono and one-fourth
feel front nnd 0110 hundred and seventr-threo and
one-fourth feet deep, whereon are erected a one and
a half story Houso and a Frame Stable.
Ono other lot No. 1, bounded on tho north by Sec
ond strcet,;east by lot of Thomas Crevellog, Jr., south
by nn alley, west by lot formcny owned by Harman
Crevellng, belngabout eighty-two and one-half feet
front and ono hundred and seventy-three and one-
fourth feet In depth, whereon aro erected a two-story
framo building occupied as an onicc.nlso adry house
seized, Ukcn Into execution nnd to bo sold as the
property of Thomas W. Edgar.
At the same time and plaeo all that certain lot of
land situate In Heaver township, Columbia county,
Pennsylvania, bounded as follows: On tho north by
land of William Kolb.castby land of Widow Hhoady,
bouth by a public road and west by Daniel lllnterll-
ter, containing twelve acres, whereon aro erected
a Frame Dwelling Houso and out-buildings.
Seized, taken It, to execution and to Lc told as the
property of Jeremluh Kolb.
At the same time nnd place, tho following ltenl
Estate, slt'uito lu the tow n of Espy, Kcott township,
Columbia county, Pcniisjhnnta, to-wlt: All that
certain lot ot ground bounded on tho east by.Ciark
Crevcllng, south by Jl aln street, west by John Shu-
man, and north by an nlley, whereon are erected a
two story ,'framo house and out-bulldings, said lot
being sltty feet front and one hundred and eighty
Icet In depth, more or less.
(Seized, taken lntc executtsn, nnd to bo sold 03 tho
property of Jacob Fodder.
At tho tamo time and place, all that lteal Kstato
situate In Heaver township, Columbia county, Penn
nylvanla, bounded and described as follows : On tho
south by a public road, west by a btrect or alley,
north by a public road, east by a load or alley, on
which arc ciuued'a Frame Tuem Maud, Frame
Stable and out-lrulldliigs, said land betng ono linn
drcd nnd Wty feet front mid one bundled and fifty
feet In depth, being three lots In (Hen City.
Seized, taken into execution nnd to bo sold as the
property of Stephen Wood! lug.
At tho samo time and place, all that certain lot of
land situate lu lleacr township, Columbia county,
ennsjlvanla, bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a white oak stump, thence by laud of
Charles F. Maun, booth tlnee degrees west thirty
nine perches to a stone; theneo by other lands of
Charles Michael, north seventy-four degrees east
thlrty.nve and tlve-teiith is.rtbes to a stone, thenco
by name north tlo digri.es west thirty-nine peiehes
to u stone, thence by land of Charles F. Mann south
sixty-eight degrees west twentj-nineatid six-tenths.
perches to tho place ot beginning, containing Light
Acres, strict meastue, all under cultivation.
All that lot and piece of land situate In Heaver
townshli,aforesald,bounded and described as follows
Beginning at n stone lu tho public road; theneo by
other lands of John and lieuben Hennlnger north
twenty-two degrees, east, sixteen perches to a utono
heap ; theneo north ss degrees, east Uttocn perches
to a stouo thenco soutli twenty-two degrees"
west twenty-six perches tx, a btono la public
road thenco down salt roadlu publlo load
north sixty degiees,west sixteen pcichos to tho place
of beginning, containing Two ACres, mora or less
whereon are erected a Frame House, Store, and out
All that tract of land sltuato In Heaver, returned
In tho name ot Eltas Milter, containing Klghty-threo
Acres, uud convo ul lo Abram llleo by .loll 11 Slit del'
Treasurer of ColumlU county, by deed daU'd Sept
All that ceitnln tract of land sltuato In said Denver
township, bounded and described as follows : On tho
east by Abram It lee, north by Wm. fmlth, w.stby
Miurnan'a heirs, and south by company lands con
tabling Eighty rrcs, moio or less, whereon aiu
erected two dwelling houses and out buildings.
A tract of land sltuato lu sumo tow nsblp, bounded
anil described as follows ; On tua north by publlo
road, east by F. L. Khuinan, west Ly public road
soutli by Susan Saut, being forty leet liont and
two hundred feet In depth, whereon aro nested a
Dwelling llouso and blacksmith Shop attached to
gether aud other out buildings.
A tract of landbltuato In llcailsgereel; township.
Columbia county, bo undi d nnd described as follow s:
On tho south by lands ot David llower, eus', by lands I
of K. Leidy, 1101th by lund of Mlebaemtraufser, and
ou tUowosl by Michael struusser, contalnln.' forty
ocrus, moro or less, w hereuu are t retted a dwtUlug
Louse and outbuildings.
Ono other tract ol land sltuato lu Iteavr townshlpf
county aforesaid, beginning at a stone, thenco bj
land ol lato Henry Lehr. or now Joseph Lour, south
6D degrees east ISO p relies to a chestnut oak, theneo
by land of Daniel Mnglcy south degrees east HI
perches to a stone heap, thence by lands of (leorgo
Longenbcrger, deceased, south so degrees west in
jierches to a maple, thenco by laud of John Dallous
north elghty-thrco degrees west ouo hundred and
forty-nine perches to a corner, theseo by land of
John Dallous south iwelvo degrei-s west flfteen
lierchcs to u water btrch, theneo by Catawlssa creek
north eighty-four degrees west forty-one iierchos to
a stone In said creek, theneo tw enty-oue jierches lo
a stone, thenco north blxty-tlvo degrees wsst two
and tlve-tenth perches to n stone, llu-nee by lands of
Andrew Hbuman, deceased, north twcnty-nlno de-
greotieast Ihlrty-IHe pcichcs to nstone, thenco by
samo north twenty-ouo and ono-halt degrees cast
twenty-ouo perches to tho place of beginning, con
taining ntty-tlvo acres, neat measure.
Seized, taken Into ciecullon, aud to bo sold us the
property of Abram Itlce.
CONDITIONS OF HALK.-rurchascrH must pny
ten ier cent, of the purchase money, or at least
enough to cover all costs, at striking down of sale,
otherwise property to be resold at once.
CHAS. S. FOItNWAI.D,
Sheriff's Office, thcrltf.
NOV, S, ISIS.
THIS IMI'ttll it o.t HLK WITH
R DWELL & pHESMAN
. Advertising Aoonts,
THIRP & CHESTNUT SIS., ST. LOUIS, U,,
rosTKita. to., to
NeAtlyud Clietjily tulnUxl at UioUoi.uu-
Ht virtuo of a writ of HI. Fa. 1 wiwl out ol t bo Court
of Common Picas ol Columbia county and to moai.
ree.td. will b! exposed to imbllo sale ou tho nrclal.
Sos at one 0 clock p. in., on
FRIDAY, NOVEMDER 17th, 1870.
All that certain lot of ground situate In the bor
ough of Centralis, Columbia county, Pa., liounded
and described ns follows 1 On the north by Itallroad
street, cast by J. It. Johnson, soulli by nn alley, nnd
west by Thomas lluwoll, being Mi feet front and 140
feet deep, whereon aro erected a stable anil leo
Neuod, taken into excciuion , ana 10 uo somas
tho property of Conr.i.l Follan l
OON'DITIONS OF H U.K. Purchasers must pay
ten is-r cent, of tho purchase money, or at least
enough lo cover all costs, ntstilktng down of sate,
otherwise property to ba resold at onee.
C. a. FOIINWA LI),
Sheriff's Ofllee, Sheiltf.
October II, 1ST4.
T 1ST OF OAUSKS. ORDERED FOR
II TltlAI. AT Till! AlllUlllt.NKD COUHT OF KO-
William llrown et al. i. John Ilrown's KxTs.
Ell Kendlg s. Daniel Morris.
John .1. Mcllcnry vs. 1). L. .V. W. It. It. Co.
Ilcnjamtn Wlntersleen s. William Houghton.
Ellas Miller s. P. & IL It. It. Co.
John McCalla's Ex'r vs. (teorgo .1. Luce ct nl.
Mary McAIarncv et al. vs. Simon P. Kaso et at.
Jacob H. lllndcrlltcr vs. William Mnslngcr.
A. I!, Sbarretts et al. vs. ltobert O. lloncll.
A. E. Sbarretts et nl. vs. David Stroup.
D. T. Seyberl s. JiihnP, Cn-asr. r..
.unlet South s. John 11. Kimble.
John (1. Jacoby vs. 8. A. Wilson.
Iteuben Klsner s. D. F. Scybei t ct nl.
Second National Hank of Tltusvlllo vs. J. A. Lo-
Tlm JC Brother vr. II. F. Dallman.
Daniel A. IlOikley vs. W. It. tlradley.
Mlfllln School I)lst.s. Peter J. Ijintzctat.
Catharine ltess's uto vs. John Sllner.
I. V. MCKelvy vs. William Shaffer et nl,
John Woodsldo Co. vs. Daniel Morris.
J. M. Don lit vs. Samuel Crevcllng.
A. L. Tinner vs. Elma Kestcr.
J. W. Irwin's use vs. Jesse. A. Iotcc.
II. FItANK ZAltlt,
Oct. 21, 1970. Prothonotary.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
John Wenner. Administrator of .Solomon lluss.lato
Iol Flshlngereek township, deceased, will cxposoto
public sale on the premises ou
SATURDAY, NOVEMUER 4, W7C,
nt ten o'clock In tho forenoon, all that certain
LOT OF G R O U N I),
slhi.itn In Flshlncrcreek townsliln. aforesaid, bounded
aud described as follows, to-wlt 1 on tho North by
John Wenner, on tho East by William Itobblns and
lsuas nenucr, n inotsouiunnu west, oy wiuiuui
liuderbach, and containing TWO ACHES moro or
less, on which aro erected a
HTOltV-AN'D-A-llALF Fit AM E HOUSE, A HAKN,
and other out-bulldlngs.
THlt.MS OF SALE. Ten ner cent, of one-fourth of
1110 mircnnse money 10 00 iiuiu nt 1110 sirisiuK huwh
01 too properly, 1110 one-iouriu less ino in puruenu
nt 1110 connnnaiioii 01 ante, anu ine remainim; inrtiu
fourths In ono jcar thereafter, with luteiest from
Oct. 13, is;c-ts Administrator.
Yakuablc Real Estate
Tho Heal Estato ot Joseph Coleman, lato ot Flsli
lngcrcek township, Columbia counly, Is for sale.
Property consists of about
ONE HUNDRED ACRES,
of first quality of land. Thero Is on tho premises a
RRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
a good barn,
.A. SAW OVCIXiX.
with good water power, and good fruit. For fur
ther Information npply to
Executors ot Joseph Coleman.
Still Water. Col. Co., Oct. 27, "70-lw.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
In pursuance of nn order of tho Orphans' Court of
Columbia County, tho uudorslgned. Administrator
of the estato of IMward Lewis, ulll oxpo.se to Public
Snle on tho premises on
SATURDAY NOVEMUER lltli, 187C.
at 10 o'clock a. in., the following described real estate
Tho nndlvlded ono half of a lot of (ground sltuato
In tho town of llloomsburg, beginning nt tho corner
of a lot ot ground formerly ot Thomas Harris and
running thenco along tho cast tidu of East street
now known as Iron Street, northwardly about forty
feet to a corner ot lot formerly of ltoblsou King
thenco by the same northeastwardly two hundred
and fourteen feet to an alley, thenco along the samo
southeastwardiy about forty feet to said Harris lot
and thence along the samo two hundred and fourteen
teet to tho place of beginning, containing eight
thousand live hundred feet bu tho bumo moro or
Terms of Sale. Ten per cent of ono-fourth of tlio
balance of tho purchase money lo bo paid ut tlio
striking down of the propci ty, tho ono fourth less
tho ten per cent at the confirmation of sale, and tho
remaining three-fourths In ono year theicafter, with
Interest from conllrmatlou nUI.
Oct, 20, lSTH.-ts Administrator.
ORPHANS' C O U R T S A L E
In pursuance of an order ot tho Orphans' Court 0
Columbia county, thu undersigned, Administrators
of tho estate ot Patrick MeCloskey, will oxposolo
Puollo Salu 011 the promises on
SATURDAY, NOVEMUER lltli, 1S7C.
atiooloeka ra.,tho following dj3crlbed ical catatu
1'lrst All that certain Town lot sltuato in tho
town ot llloomsburg In tho County aforesaid,
bo tnded and described as follows : lleglnnlng nt
tlio north-east corner ot Calharluo street and Lacka.
wi nua Avenue and extending eastward along said
nv inuo titty feet to corner of lot formerly owned by
Chirk llrown, thenco northwardly along tho lino ot
suM lot ono bundled cud fifty feet more or less to
nn alley, thenco westwardly along said alleylltty feet
to the Hue of Cutbarinu street, thenco southward
ly along said street to tho place otbeglunlng.
Second. All that certain Town lot sltuato In tho
Bald Town of llloomsburg aforesaid, bounded aud
de scribed us follow s to-vvtt: ou tho west by lot of
Patrick Mct'losky, on tho north by an nlley, ou tho
ui fit by lot of William liabt, nnd on tho bouth by
Sixth street of said town of llloomsburg,
Terms of Sale, Ten per cent of ono-Lmrth of tho
purchase nouey to bo juld ut tlio striking dOAiu
of tho progieity, tho 0110 fourth less tho len per
ci ntnt tho confirmation of salo, uud the remaining
IMeo-fouithH In ouo jenr thercatter, with Interest
tr im confirmation nisi.
Oct. so, '70,-ts Administrator,
REAL ESTATE !
Tho undersigned Administrator do bonis non cum
tcstamento nniiexo of the estato of Vincent lllchard,
deceased, will oiler for salo on tho premises. In l lsli-
Jngcrcck townslilp, Columbia couuty, Pa., on
THURSDAY, NOVEMUER 10, 187G,
at II o'clock a. in., tho f allowing described
TRACT OF LAND
Winded on tho north by F. M, l'ealer, oast by John
Wenner and others, south by John Crevcllng, west
Ly John Hclshlluo, containing
om Jiihviti:n auiux,
men! or less j greater part of It being tan stato of
cultivation. There aro on tho premises
A GOOD FRAME HOUSE,
burn, and other outbuildings. There Is a never fall-
lug spring ot water near the houso aud a well ut tho
house. There Is
A LMIQIS AITLK OltOIlAHD
nnd other fruit on the place.
Tho proierty Is situated In tho midst ot ono ot tho
bust agricultural sections In tho county, location
Tcnns of Kale. Ten per cent of vnc-thlrd of the
purchase uionoy to be paid at tho striking down
tho property, the uic-iwru less tho ten ier
nn llin nrst uav or AOrlI.187T.wnon nossusslun wl
bo given, and the balance to be paid In two uqual
annual puymenui : tuovvuvio 10 ueuccureany ruag.
laent bead and mortgage,
uw, fi. IIUVVKI.1
Hy virtue ot ft writ of rtcrl Facias to mo directed,
wlll'tie oxpostal to publlo sola at tho Court Houso la
llloomsburg, nt 1 o'clock p. in., on
SATURDAY, NOVEMUER, 18, 1870,
The following real estato sltuato In Centre town
ship, Columbia county, Pa., bounded and described
ns follows, to wit I Tho undivided one-half lntciest
In nil that certain mcssuago and tract ot land situate
In Cenho township, Columbia county aforesaid,
bounded nnd described ns follows 1 beginning at a
stouo In tho middle ot tho publlo rond, thenco along
tho mlddlonf sntdroid north Is nnd 4.10 degrees
cast 4S nnd tl-10 perches lo a stone, theneo along tho
tntddlo ol sal.l rond north 8lj( degrCis west 7 slid
4-10 crchcs to it stone, thenco along tho middle ot
said road s '4 degrees cast US 8-10 perches lo a stono
In tho middle et n public road on tho eastot said
tract ol land, thenco along tho middle ot sold rosd
piorthsv degrees west ISO R-tO iierchos ton stone,
thenco by lands of la I , llldlay Routti UK degrees
west Kid perches to a stone, theneo by lands of (leo.
W. Shaffer, David Leo and Frederick Hageiibuch
south sov degrees cast 13'J perches ton stone, tho
plaeeof beginning! contalnlngioi AOBSB
and S9 perches, bo tho samo mora or less.
Tho undivided one-halt Interest In all Hint certain
tract, farm or plantation of land sltuato In Centro
townshlp.columbla coiinty.bonndcd nnd described as
follows t beginning nt a past and from thenco by
land now occupied or owned by Webbs, Philip Miller
and Samuel A chenbacb, south 12 degrees west 102
perches ton stone, and thenco by land now owned
by Jacob Hagcnbuehsouth4T degrees cast 20 ncrrhos
to a chestnut, thenco by ether land ot the Raid Jacob
Hagchbtieh south 15 degrees east tl ieiches to n
I stonertlicnco Ity hind owned by Oco, llldlay notth
Tljtf degrees east S3 perches to a stone, thenco by
other lands of tho satd George llldlay north 73X do
grees cast si 1-10 perches to a Hone, thenco by land
of tho said Geo. llldlay suuthll degrees cast so 4-10
perches to a stone, thenco hy land of Daniel Lee, Sr.,
north MU degrees east II MO iwrchcs lo a black oak,
thence by other land of Daniel Lee, Sr.,north 73tfde
greseast 37 8-10 perches to a post, thenco by landot
Thomas Huniy, Aaron noono and iicnry Trcmuiy
north 1V degrees west II J perches tothn plaeeof
beginning; containing 131 AOHES nndB
perches, strict measure.
All that ecrtnln messuage, tenement nnd tract of
land sltuato In Orange township, In said county of
Columbia, liounded nnd ilescrllied ns follows, to-wlt :
beginning at a stono corner In tho public roAd on tho
south of said tract of land, thenco by lands of John
Vnnllew north 1 1 i degrees west 103 3-10 pcrchf s to a
stone, tbtneo by land ot Mary lllckctts soutli sn.Vdo
grccs cast 27 4-lo perches to a stone, thenco by lands
of Levi A. llldlay south 11 degrees cast W tl-10 perch
es to a point In the nrorcsald public load, thenco
along said road sout h ?0," degrees vv est 3 5-10 perches
to n stone, thenco along said road notth 11 If degrees
west 4-10 perches to a stone, thenco atonic Bald road
south 70;; flegreeswest 210.10 perches ton stone,
tlio placo of beginning; containing IU ACHES and
37 perches, bo tho same more or less.
Seized, taken into execution, nnd to bo sold as tho
property ot Frederick llngenbuch.
ry-CONDITIONS OF SALE. Purchasers must
pay 10 per cent, of the purchase money, or at least
enough to cover all costs, nt striking down of salo
otherwise properly to bo re-sold at once.
CHAS. 8. FOHNWAI.D,
Sheriff's OIllcc, Sheriff,
Oct. 26th, 1S7G.
27ie Cheapest Soap that can be used for the folhv
iny licomns :
1st. Ono bar w III go ns far as two of any other,
id Onlv hull tho usual nilihliiL' bclmr renulred.
thero Is a saving of moro than the entire cost of tho
soap in i.ioor aione.
3d Tho cminesnrn mnoo svvkbt, ui.iwvN.nnn
WHITE WilhoHt itoll.INOor SCALDING, thus ull
Injury to them Is avoided. There Is a saving In fuel
and haul w oik. and thu washing Is done lu about
nan ine usu.11 uuie.
Jt Is also guaranteed under a penalty or fifty dol
lars not to Injure tho clothes or hands, nnd as ono
trial will enaUu any person to asceituln tho truth of
thesostiitcmenls.lt viould never nay the proprietor
to engage In nn extensive sjstem ot advertising nnd
claim such decided merit for Ids soap unless ho
knew from posit ivo experience that It would provo
to be In every rcsjiect what Is claimed for It.
This Is also a superior Soap for siuvino and Ton.-
WARNER RHODES & CO.,
WHOLESALE FANCY (1HOCEI1S,
Aug. i '70 lm. II. C. k CO. Philadelphia, Pa.
VISS'CHEE & HALL'S
VViirrntitrd ciitul tn nny Potted, In Ilio lilnrhrt,
mill inrHiiiierlor li ( iiiirt'nlrnti'u l.yr lor
ill luirponeH lor whirl. It In lined.
lut un In ono pound metal cans, convenient for
uso in minifies tor making hard nnd sott soaps, nnd
lor Cleaning puriioses Kcneruuy. I'lrecuuus lor limit
ing soap, etc., accompany each can.
For cleanluir type, presses, machtnerr. paints.
sorienlog water, washing sinks and fruit lu es In tho
spring, 11 la unequnueu ior excellence auu conveni
ence or package. For salo by Uiocersnnd Hrug-gl-ts
Ylawriirrtv iihii'h iiiHei'iieiiiH nno ifiiiiueriniit
Pmriler Is valuable for the destruction of tlio potato
bug, cotton worm, grasshoppers, mice, rats, roaches.
Insects, and vermtn ot all kinds. It Is harmless to
men unu uniuiaii, iiiui i.ir uiieajier loan r.ina irncii
for tho destruction of vermin. Ills also Invaluable
us a liisisncTANT, purltjlng tho air In hospitals and
slek rooms, ami destroviuir Iho foul odorsof sinks.
cellars, stables, jcc. Put up lu ono puund cans. For
sale uy iiruggisia ana urocers uverj wnere.
VlSnCHEU A- HALL, .lluniirnrtiirrrx,
80 WALL STItKET, NEW YOHK.
T. D. Kellogg's Advts.
riKDAR VATS AND TANKS. for brew
yers, djers, chemists, inanurueturers and private
dwellings. (IEO. .1. IIUIIKliAItT CO.,
Juuu 11-isw, huttonvvood St., below liroad.
"OUUIIKR GOODS of
rVliultlnir, packing, Hose, lie
fng, Kc III IIA1I1) l.EVICK, I
boots aiid Shoes, l.1olh-
son a co. 724 Chest
nut St., Philadelphia, Agents Nstlonal ltubber Co.
.1 Ulll! v-isw.
Nkw Ituvisun EiiiTios. iwi.aoo nrllclt, 8,000 en
gravings, and is splendid maps. ThollKST HOOK
of universal knowledge in 1 lis language. Nuw In
course of publication. SPECIMEN with map bent
loriueeuis, amh?i1n vva.mi'.ii.
CBI.1S. 11. W.IV1S &. CO., lMilla.
Apr2S ly. ,
BEST AND CHEAPEST
PRINTING INK IN THE MARKET,
ItarelnyM., NEW' yoitll.
Aug. II, 'lo.-lsvv k
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W. F. II A LS I BAD. Sunt.
Superintendent's Office, Scruutou, Ike, 10, 173.
AT THE COI.UMUIA OFFICE.
BLANK NOTES, with orwithout exemptloi
lorsilaat tbeCotomuMOaioo. 4
ot ft r tn &OQ per day at homo. Bainples worth It'
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