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THE COLUMBIAN AMD DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA OOTTNTT, PA.
Friday, Nov. 10, 1870.
Alabama ... 10
Indiana t IS
Kentucky ; 12
Louisiana, 7. S
Mar.. Inml 8
Mississippi ' S
New Jersey U
New fork...., .15
North Carolina 10
Wm Viiginiu .. 0
Wisconsin ', 10
Necessary to a choice, 185. Nevada 3
chaiujEs n. I'Axrox.
No man in this community over had a
better tcputatlon for honesty and probity
than Itr. IVxtvii. He was generally sup
posed to be above little meannesses. True,
ho never did anything for this town or com
munity, except to inako money out of it, but
atlll he was a roputablo citizen., Hecently
be removed himself and family to Virginia,
just previous to having delivered the First
National Bank to a swindler, innocently of
eourse, who was afterwards imprisoned in
our county jail, but at our recent election he
claimed under oath, to atlll be a resident of
Bloomsburg. In fact ho practically divorced
himself from his wifo and family. His vote
was admitted by a Democratic Board, and
Mr. Btickalcw made an eloquent appeal in
his behalf, which convinced them. The vote
was in violation of tho Constitution, and the
Act of Assembly paned in 1874. Ho is lia
ble to the penalties imposed by this Act
but of course no one will prosecute such a
respectable person as our Virginia-Pennsylvania
Wial U tttc object ! Wo rather think Mr.
Faxton has defied the law for the purpose of
retaining his presidency of the First Nation
al Bank of this place. A refcrenco to tho ro
vised statutes may instruct on thif point.
We, and, we presume, our readers, are
heartily glad that election day has como and
gone and that matters can settle back Into
their accustomed channels, free from the ex
citement and worry of- politics. Tho 'cam
paign just ended has never been equalled in
this country for malicious and unscrupulous
lying, slander, vituperation, and abuse of
candidates. It is disgraceful to the country
that, in tliis age of civilization and in the
Centennial year of the Republic, our politi
cal affairs should be mauaged in such a man
ner. Npthiug is gained by it not one vote
is made, or lost by the scandalous abuse of
good men which has characterized the cam
paign. It is to bo hoped that both men and
journals may take to heart this lesson and
that tho world may not have to witness such
another, season, or calumny and mendacity.
The Bloomsburg Columbian, after publish
ing the'evidenco of "Judgo" Slattcry in the
Mollie Alaguire trial at Alaucu Chunk last
week asks, "m the lace ot theso facts how
can any decent Republican lonccr act with
a party that deliberately buys up a band of
cm:uiroats v xo turn tins thing over and
look at the other sido of it how, in the
faco of .these facts, can any decent Democrat
longer act with a party to which tlieso pur
chasable cut-throats belong from conviction
(or instruction, as the caso may bo) and of
which that party is so largely composed?"
The "convictions" of tho 'cut-throats"
meiiuoneu no not seem to nave been very
strong nor does it appear that they ever
were Democrats except in name, as they un
doubtedly assisted in the election of Hart
rami. ine statement mat tne party is
"largely composed" of such fcllaws is, of
course, too transparently falso to need com
Tho Williamsport Gazette and Bulletin
Is a humorous paper but nothing that we
have seen in its columns strikes us as moro
amusing than its criticism on the Philadel
phia Timet. Hear it I "Tho Times is falling
Into disfavor with tho public. It had a
muxhroom growth, and is likely to wither
under the blaze of public sontimont." The
mils: in that cocoanut is very readily
found. The Timet has exposed too many
Republican roguei.defeated too many of them
forofiicoand been too unsparing in its de
nunciations of public corruption to merit
the approbation of a thick and thin paper
like the Gazette. It doesn't "wither" wortli
a cent, and iu growth seems to be more oak
From the very nicagro returns received it
li impossible to give the result in Pennsyl
Y&nia. The city of Philadelphia gave 15,427
Republican majority ,but William II. Wright
Democrat, was elected Sheriff by 6,233 ina
jonty over W. Elwood Rowan. Pllgrim-Ue
publican. The Republican majority will
probably reach 9,000. The Democrat, out'
aide of rhiladoliiliia.havo a majority of some
6,000, but the majority iu Philadelphia was
too heavy to overcome.
The cColumbit) County Republican, October
Oth, 1808, quoted as "Onr Principles," the
Jtffir"Thia U a Republic where tho voico
of tlie people Is the law of the land. I br
that their voico may be heard." lllye is.
This patriotic wish has now been gratl
iiod.. How do you llko it?
Something has really been done in the
Indian country and happily, without loss o
troops, (loiieral Miles has elfoclod the
capturo of sbina four hundred lodges of
savages belouglug to the Cheyenne Agencv,
Five ef the principal chiefs were receiveu as
hostages and sent to tho agency. The In
dians cajifulel are about live hundred I
William Wlieatley, the well known actor.
died in New York last Frlday.ln the sixtieth
year or his age, if e retired from the stage
several years ago and was not known by the
present generation of theatre goers.
New York, Nov. The White Star
'.earner Ilrltannia anchortan the. bar at
one o'clock a. m, on Saturday, bavin? com
pleted the fastest passage on record, viz
7 day via.hpurs, and 11 minutes, mean time,
root Queenstown to New York.
The "Kailroad Wrecker"
Running on Fast Time. 1
Tilflen's Incoino Tax Accoant Settled toy
the People of tlie United Slates.
A BAOIIELOIt PRESIDENT TO TAKE
OARE OP OTHER PEOPLE'S
CHILDREN AND NO JOBS OR
OFFICES FOR HIS OWN I
Southern Eebol Olaims at a Discount
and Kepublican Lobbyists and Olaim
Agents in Constornation.
BLAINE OF MAINE IN PAIN
Boss Shepherd & Babcock
Zachariah Chandler .takes an Early Train
for Michigan to recuperate on Bour
bon and Muscalonge !
Tho fight is fought and Victory perches
on tho banners of tho Democracy. Tho re
turns aro as yet incomplete but enough have
been received to provo beyond a doubt that
Samuel J. Tilden has been elected President.
The following aro tho latest reports :
New York City complete, gives a Demo
cratic majority of 53,550 ; Drooklyn, com
pleto 17,250 ; total majority in both cities
yu.ouu. in Boutii unroiiua a minority is
claimed for Tilden of 4000 ; iu Louisiana
6000 j in Kentucky 60,000 ; Connecticut 7,'
000 ; Maryland 12000 to 15000; Iudiaua 10t
000; Cjeorgia, 60,000; Florida. 3,000; Tennes
seo 50,000; Virginia, 25,000 to 30,000; Alaba
ma 25,000 ; Delaware 3,000 ; Mississippi 30,
In Wisconsin thero are large Democratic
gains and it Is probable that Tilden has
carried the State, Texas and North Carolina
have undoubtedly gone Democratic, as has
also Wert Virginia.
Largo gains aro reported for the Democrats
In Michigan and In Massachusetts,
Ohio is claimed by the Republicans by
8,000 majority ; in 1872 Grain had over 41,
000. A Republican majority of 17.000 is
claimed in Maine bat Blaine may have rent
Rhode Island gives 0000 Republican ma.
jority and Vermont 12,677 a Democratic
gain of 3,810. Iowa w claimed by 30,000
majority fur the Republicans.
Theso figures nro mainly estimated and
will probably undergo somo changes hut not
enough to affect the general result.
Trot out yonr roosters oh ! ye faithful, fire
jour'cannons and sing your songs of jubilee
for tho nation is redeemed !
Fof sixteen years tho party of the people
has pined in bondage, but now is free
hence these joyous words of congratulation
The authorities of Lebanon county are in
a quandary as to what disposition they shall
makqof tl)0 large number of tramps they
have- imprisoned. If they retain them much
ezpenso will be incurred, and if they dis
chargo them fears are entertained that the
vagMNts will "commit depredations in tho
Tho Sioux have started a littln
theirjown account and not long since wipei
oat a band of about 600 Shoshoncs. Only
one of tho latter is known to have escaped
and lie, oddly enough, was tho Indian who
tuveej the life of one of (im. Crook's officers
last slimmer. A good deed merits reward.
Medical men who have wltnessced the
healing nnd purifying action of Glenn
Huluber Soi upon the Skin, nronounce
uu excellent vnecifte for njorbullc ernntious
unil one of the most efficacious deodorizers
and disinfectants iu use. Crittenton's, 7. 6th
Ave.jlM, x, Jtlim ilair ana Whisker Dye,
Diacir. or Drown, uv cent, ftoy.
30,000 MINERS OUT OP WORK.
A special dispatch from Bethlehem to tho
Now York Herald bays i 1 v
iu wi mining imiu transportation tym
panies of the Schuylkill, Lehigh, Wyoming
and Lackawanna roglpns have for a long
time been planning rt 'suspension of produc
tion at their" folllelers, but no posltlvo ar
rangements for a stoppago havo beon decid
ed upon until Just now. Macy of tho small
er producers havo been shutting down over
kIiico tho dissolution of the coal combination
but tho Dclawaro nnd Hudson CoalCompany
ono of tho heaviest coal and carfylilg cor
porations in the.Lackawanna and Wyoming
or northern coal and carrying corporations
n the Lackawanna and Wyoming or north
ern coat fields, has been tho first ono of the
great companies to inttlato a suspension
movment. Work hxs been stopped nt all
the mines of tho company, tho numerous
breakers are now silent, and between 13,000
and 15,000 worklngmcn, colliers and their
.Vijlstants aro thrown out of employment.
It Is understood the suspension will continue
for an lnuefinllo period. Several of the
other prominent operating companies havo
also followed tho same policy. Tho Phila-
elphla and Reading Company has mado
partial cessation of operations. By the
suspension between 25,000 and 30,000 men
employed In tho mines of tho different com
panies aro cither entirely or partially un.
employed. A nicotingof managers of nearly
11 tho coal and transportation companies'
has been held, and from what has been
gleaued of their action it la bclleyed a gen
eral supcnlon of production will soon oc
cur, the stoppago being carried out in all
the districts with perhaps tho exception of
tho Lehigh region. There is over 1,500,000
tons of authraelto fuel now "stacked" at
the seaboard depots, and it is said this is
suflicient to meet nil ordinary demands
ir nt least three months, and tho shut-down
ill probably continue for that length of
me. The operators say that thero is no
profit inroal mining, and they arc therefore
compelled to stop production to prevent pos-
ible bankruptcy. On the other hand tho
colliers say it is a sharp dodgo to run up
ANOTHER iTlIEL SUIT.
The path trodden by tho independent and
honest newspaper of the period is not desti
tute of thorns and the Philadelphia Ttmei
ppcara to havo wandered into' an unusually
briery portion of the walk. First camo one
Nat. McKay, contractor, breathing forth
engeance and wrath and demanded redress
for wrongs inflicted through the columns of
the 7!wicj aforesaid. Tho jury didn't agree
with him and he will have to try it again.
Next came his Honor Mayor Stoklcy, of
hiladelphia, whoso bosom wa3 lacerated, as
he thought by tho minions of tho press. He,
however, is apparently too mad to try the
case, at least McClure ho3 not been mulcted
as yet. And last of all comes McJIullen
ex-Alderman aud Councillor McMulleu
Billy" McMulleu, whose pure reputation
he alleges has been torn into shoo strings by
tho remorseless Time. It would seem as
f there was a large amount of "reputation"
open to injury, lying around loose in Phila
delphia. Wo hope Col. McClure's purse will
hold out as long as his pluck, although wo
havo serious doubts whether thero will be
many large fortunes mado out of libel suits
against his paper.
The man who aids, assists or abets in the
persecution of such a paper as the Times,
with a view to its suppression, should bo
held a public enemy and treated according
ly. The only live newspaper Philadelphia
has ever had is a luxury not readily to be
cast aside. Let us havo peace.
THE VOTE OF COLUMBIA COUNTY FOIt
R. maj. 34
D. maj. 150
D. maj. 108
ScmiiNK.it rou NovKunEii. Scribner for No
vember begins the thirteenth volume of that
magazine and opens with n fully illii'trnled nr
tide on Harlfurd, by .Mr. Charles II. Clark, of
the Hartford Qiumnt, under llie tillo of "The
Charter Oak City." Charles Barnard's articles
on Co-operation in (Jreat Biilnln are begun
with a paper on "A Scottish Loif K.ictory."
Mrs. Hernek s very carefully illustrated micro
scopic Jpapcrs arc aho litre beuii the first
entitled 'The Beginning of Life." Mr. Clar
enco Cook continues his talks nbo.it furniture ;
the illustrations are of fire-places, cettees.chairs,
Ac, Mr. O. V. Tliwing gives ns the remit of
his invectigalioni in regard Ui the expenses of
an education nt the principal colleges incl-il
eoet of board, etc Donald O. Mitcbill (Ik
Marvel) write! about some of the features of the
great Exhibition. Tlie-re Is an itlintnitcil pa
per on Rome; a short story by James T. McKay
a writer well known lo the rendere of Ihis mag
azine ; a Miort etory by Mrs, Burnett. There
aro poems by Thomas Bailey Aldrirh, George
Parsons Lillirop, ami oilier. In tho depart
raenls at the end of Iho magazine, mcli various
subjetts we iliheiirxtM as Country Homes,
American Ar! Politics, the Jews, the proper
treatment of infants, "DjiikI Djriinda," new
photographic procers, itc. "Bric-n-llrac" con
tains iiiiluiig other tilings, the ballad of the
Iiilr LoIIiuIj, by Hugh Howard ; and The Old
Hostlers hxpeiirocc, liy Irwin Rinell,
The mobt stupendous hoax of the aire, ex
copt perhaps the New York feralWt report
ofthoftpapc of wild beasts from Central
Park, was puUIUhed in ihe last number of
the Philadelphia 6'amluu Mem, It was an
elaborate and admirably written account of
tho robberof go iils from thoMtiiii Centen
nial Bulldiug, valued a4 over $50,000,000,
and tjhe wpture.of fine of tho tljievcs .tc. Of
eoursctue whole airilr was mythical and
only showed what might have occurred,
Cardinal Aiitonelll, (bo matt inllueutial
and powerful tif the Pope's udvUcrs. and the
controller of the Papal policy, died in Rome
Ion Monday, ugeel seventy years. Ho was
raan'pf great executive ability and trior
oughly conversant with diplomatic matters.
Ho lefi h forlimo worth $15,000,000, and the
tiuesj collection of works of art, rich laces,
uiaraonu unit precious stones to be loun
Do It at Once,
If ft tithe of tho testimonials now on hand
of tho valuo of Dr. WIstar's Balsam or Wild
Cherry should bo published, no ono would
stop to rend tho bulky volume. Ask your
drutrtrist and ho will tell you that this Bal
sam is a roal blessing to all affected with
turoat or ninij uiseases. ah kinureu niiec
Hons, including Bronchitis, Soro Throat,
Croup, Hoarseness, Pains in the ChoO, and
Bleeding of tho' Lungs, yield to lis wonder
ful power. Wo ndviso nnv ono lived of ex
perimenting with Physician's prescriptions
or iiuack medicines to drop them nt oneo
and uso this Bulsnm of Wild Cherry. 60
conts and if 1 a bottle. Sold by all druggists.
. jt j i "
AKMSUTSON. In (Irccnwooil township on theuath
Mrs. Jano Albortson, sired SJ jenrs, 8 months
ami l day.
Client per buMicl $ 1.35
Hyc " r.
Corn, new, ' mi
oats, " " so
Dried Apples t is
sides Jt Shoulders , IJ
bard p'ir pound 14
Timothy Seed 4.M
iUUI'AUUfla IfUll CUAl..
No. 4 on Wharf $ 3,40 per Tod
No.s " " 3,o '
SO. " " 2,) "
yiacksmlth'sbutun on Wharf fS 41 "
imuminoua " II 10
Tn nurEiianee of an ordrr cif Ilia f)hrL1.fl, fYpirt. r.t
Columbia county, the unnei slKi.etl, i!inlnlMrntor nt
Oliver l'hlllliw, lalo of Illoom to'tnsulp, deceased,
in cxposoto puniic mho on the premises on
THURSDAY, NOVHMBUIt 30, 1S7G,
at ten o'clock In tho forenoon nil that certain
IMcccaixl I'ni'Kel oT Land
situate In CcntervUIc, Columbia eounty, Penna..
and muiked and numbered s Let No. 1, In n man cr
tho general plan of b.iU1 town of Ceulvrvllle, nnd
bounded and described as follows: lUrflnnlnunn
Center stret, thenco by same i nrth cux decrees
east 91 feet nnd 9 Inches; thence by Wharf Lot Xo.
2, south 24 degrees enst cs feet : thence by l'ront bt.,
cok degrees west 91 fret nnd 9 Inches; thence by
Lot No. 15. according to the nnw division, north ai
degrees west Oil feet to the place of beginning with
and other buildings created thereon.
Terms op Sale. Ten vfr cent, of one-fourth of the
purchaso money to bo paid nt the strlk-lng down ol
the property, tho oue-iourth lesj thii ten pTcent.
nt the connrmatlon of tho sale anil tho remaining
three-fourths In ono year thereafter, with interest
from eonnrmatlon nisi. '
E. E. oiivis
Nov. 10,'70-ts Administrator.
TXTHEREAS, the Hon. William Eiavlll
TV l'rcsldcnt Judge of tho Court of Oyer nnd
Terminer and General Ja'l Delivery, Court of ejusr-
ter Sessions ot tho Peace and the Court of Common
leas and Orphans' Court In tho 2CUi Judicial Dis
trict, composed ot tho counties of Columbia and
Montour, and tho Hons. Iiiam Deuh and M. (1.
Ilconcs, Associate Judges of Columbia county, havo
Issued their precept, bearing date tho t:d day ot
Oct., In tho year of our Lord ono thousand eight
hundred nnd sevonty-sU, and to mo directed for
holding n Court of Oyer and Terminer and General
Quarter Sessions of tho Peace, Court of Common
leas and Orphans' Court, In llloomsburcr, in the
county ot Columbia, on tho first Monday, being tho
4th day of December next, to continue two weeks.
Notlco Is hereby given to the Coroner, to tho Jus
tices of tho Peace, and tho Constables of tho said
county ot Columbia, that they bo then and there In
their proper person at 10 o'clock tn tho forenoon ot
said 4th day of September, with their records, Inqui
sitions and other remembrances, to do thosothlnts
which to their ofllcea appertain to bo done. And
those that aro bound by reeognlzanco to rrosecuto
against tho prisoners that aro or may bo In the jail
ot tho said county of Columbia, to be then and thei o
lo prosecute them as shall bo Just. Jurors are re
quested to bo punctual In their attendance, agreeably
to their notices. Dated at Illoomsburg tho 23d day
,1 of Oct., in the jear of our ljrd ono
US, thousand eight hundred and Fcventy-slx
v J and In the ono hundiedth year ot tho fndj-
pendenco of tho United states of America.
Sherlfl's onice, CHAS.S.FOHNWALD,
Uloomsburg, Nov. 1 tc Sheriff.
SHERIFFS SALE !
By vlrtuo ot sundry writs, of Venditioni Expo
nas issued out ot the Court ot Common Pleas ot
Columbia county and to mo directed, vt 111 bo exposed
to public sale at tho Court Houso In Bloomsburg at
one o'clock p. ra. on
MONDAY. DECEMIiEIt -1, 1870,
All that certain real cstato situate in Beaver town-
ship, Columbia county, Pa., boundeil and doicrlbed
as follows :.On tho north by land of McCauIcy Moun
tain Iron and Coal company, east by lands ot E. C.
Lucas, D. )a Is and Uriah McA flee, south by D. II.
W. Hull ltoad and w est by land ot T. G. Morgan,
containing twenty-nine acres moro or less on which
aro erected two fiamo dwelling, houses aud frame
stablo with tin nppuitcnances.
Seized, taken Into execution and to be sold as tho
property of J, II. Haus.
A certain piece of land sltuatu In Benton township,
Columbia county, Pennsylvania, bounded us follows :
by lands of David Hoberts on lUio uoi Ih, of Michael
Hartinan on tho least, of Joseph Butt on the south
and of John Hoberts on tho west, whereon are erect
ed a Blank Dwelling House, a stablo and other out
buildings, consisting of twenty-one acies more or
Seized, token Into execution, and to be bold as tho
property of Edward McIIenry,
All that real cstato situate In Scott township Co
lumbia county, Pennsylvania, bounded by lands of
William Crevellng, James Snnkey nnd others, con
tnlnlng Sixty Acres more or lehS whereon nro erect
ed a House and Barn with nocessary out-bulldlngs.
Seized, taken into execution and to bo sold as the
property of Stephen 11. Wolf.
All that lot of ground bltuato In East Blocmsburi',
Columbia county, Pennsylvania, bounded as follows:
on the north by lot ot C. I, Thomas, east by East
street, south by sixth street and west ty an alley,
containing about one-fourth of an aero moro cr less,
whereon aro ertcttd a Promo Taiern Stand and
small frame shop.
Seized, taken Into oxecullon and to bo sold as the
property ot William eligcr and Daniel Glger,
All that certain real estate situated In Winiln town
thin, Columbia county, bounded on tho north by
lands ot I, K. t'chweppenhlser, on tlm cast by Howry
and fcchweppenhiser, on thei South by lan Js of I, K,
Schueppcnhlser nnd on Iho wot by lands of Joseph
Genrhari, on which nro creeled a dwelling hous,e,
born and onl bul'dlngs, Iho bald real estate consis
ting of nicety live acres more or less.
Ono other tract or piece of land bounded as follows:
on tho north by lands ot Isaac Snyder, cost by land
of Henry Creasy, south by land of Jacob Nungesser
ana west by units of iJiwrcTfco Waters and others ,
whereon are erected a dwelling bouso, barn, nnd out
buUdlngsj coublsting of onu hundred mid twenty
acres more or less, Mtiutcc In the township of Mil'
Seized, taken Into execution and to bo sold as the
property of John Aten.
The following real estate Htuatoln MMllntown
bhlp, Columbia county, bounded on thu north and
east by lands of Isaao Sehweppenhclser, south by
puniin road, webt by Charles Kllngerraan. containing
twelve acre's Inoro or less, on which aro erected a
rrnmo dwelling house and frame stable,
Se !ml, t&ken Into execution and to be sold ns the
property cf David F. Pudcn.
Alt (lint certain lot cf land situated In the Borough
of Centralia, In Iho county of Columbia, bounded
by lands or tho licust Mountain Coal olid Iron Com.
pony on the north, an alley on the east lands of
George UcEltiarnoy, on tho south, aoet Lueust AYtn.
ue on tho west, whereon are a. two story and a halt
dwelling Iioum), llto tame being twenty avo feet In
front by ono hundred and forty feet in depth,
One oilier lot situated In the said Borough nt
nenirniio, Columbia Co., ra., bounded by lot
William Chapman on the north, Locust Avenue on
tiiet iiit Wliuam Ptltur on south, west by an alley,
bulug sixty six lott la trout by one hundred and tor
ty feet in depth, whereon are erected a two story
and a half dwelling houw, aud outbuildings and a
rttUw, taken Into cxucutlon and to be Bold as the
property of Stephen Thomas.
IPUAllUM B. VOltNWALD,
Kov. 10, 1-U
. DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
I KSTATR OP rKTEn KMT. llBO'D.
tlPra ot Admlntstrallon, on tho estate
rcttr l.nt, law of Scott two, Columbia county.dec'd.
havo Iren granted by the Heglster uf nnlrt eounty to
usenr r jvni, oi i.igia rsiee-i, u-oiuinma uo., i-n.,
to whom nil persons Indebted to said Lslato nio re
quested te nuiko payment, nnd ttioso having claims
ugains the t aid estate Mill inakn them knon n to the
said administrator without delay.
OSOAlt I'. KST,
'Nov. 10, 'Jet-dw. Adiulnlstrnlor.
sniAiR or ir.vtn JoiiNsos, nrrsAsitn, late or biavku
TOWNsmr, coi.LSinu eiocNTV,
tetters ot Adinlnlntstnitlo on tho estate of Jcsso
Johnson Lite of Columbia county, deceased, have
btcB granted by the UcgHterof said county to John
W,.lolmson of Heater lowii'hlp, ColumMn county,
to whom nil persons Indebted are requested to Inuke
payment, nnd thoc having claims or demands
against the said estate, mil make them known to the
said i;.rcutor nlthout delay.
JOHN A. JOHNSON,
Nov, lo, '7S-Sw Administrator.
Juries for Deo. Term, 187G.
Illoom fleorgo W. Ilatos, Kreas nrown, Totcr Jonos.
K. It. War.Hn, 1'homas Kncrr.
Berwick AtexAnd r Tluinpsou.
Catawlssa .t. K. Sharplcss, Danle I Zarr.
Centrnlla -Alfred Jatne.i, eiooiRJ Jauis.
i'oninrham-l'. It U'liuams.
rishluirercck (leorifo 1. Heath.
(Irccnwooil Dai IJ Albcrtson.
Jllfllln--' Uu nowman, John Hoffnalo, Htephen
ML I I aunt. rios. J. iVelltver.
Orani? -.Mail;n Uitthe, Henry HoLou?.
S, ott Hceeii Palnnin, ls.iao ncs,(loorBe V. Crove
llus A. II. White.
B!oom- imam Hitter, Chas. Sloan, N. U. Funk, I.
Berwick William Iircdbender, John G. Jacoby.
Beuton . L. Cole, Kilos Plniltz.
llrlarcreck-s. el. smith, Levi slddler.
(jitawlssa Nathan Creasy,
tjhntre M. Jliltird.
Frnnktln William Tecnle, William (iconrc.
rircrnuood Wllll.im Ikeler. Thntnna MutherH.
rcinlock Jesso old, John Appleinau. N. 1'. Sloore,
' A. J, llmmct.
Lttll&l-MMon 1!. Carl.
Stadt'on (icorgo Beagle, John J. Stetler, James
Matn-Jobn W. Miumao, Joseph W. John.
JlirtUn-lIenry Hetlsr, John Klkendall.
Montour J. M. Gordon.
Mt. ricasant-Johu McMullln.
Orongo William Masteller.
I'lne James Trlvelplcce.
Kaarlngercek Phlncas Cool.
Scott K. D. llagenbuch.
Sugarloaf Alvln Harvey.
Bloom-Harvey l.rm;, Henry lioscustoek, II. I'. Lut;
K C. i nt.
Bener .Mien Mann.
Benton Joil Keefcr.
Berwick II. Jt. Bower, Wm, V. ralmsr, S. B. Bow.
Brlarcreek-Albert Smith, John llosslcr.
Cen ti alia-John Moran.
Center JeSMi llorfman. Bllllngton ltuct.le.
Catawlssa-.Tos-pU Hartmaii, Alfred i:ck.
Greenwood Thomas Heeee, Humphrey Burlier, John
Hemlock Geo 51. Drelsbach, John P. Guild, Frank
Jackson-John Itclle nry, Jr.
Locust Siunuel Lcvau.
Madison Heorgo Beagle.
Sltmin Charles Creasy, W. W. Smith, Phlncas
Montour I. E. narshner.
Ino James Masters, A. Y. Wliltmoyer.
Scottlt. M. Johnson, Charles Lee, William Cclgcr,
LIST OF CAUSES FOR TRIAL
DECOIBEIl TEltSI, 167(1.
Itobt. Oorrell Co. vs. Joseph M. Freck.
Geo. K. Tryon et al vs. Jacob Brown ct al.
D. S. Morgan & Co. vs. Samuel Johnson,
ltobort Taj lor ct al. vs. Kobcrt Gormll."
Jeremiah Tai lor ct al. s. Itobert Oorrell.
Itobei t Taylor ct al. vs. Itobert Gorrell.
coplo's Flro Ins. Co. of I'n. vs J. j. McUcnry et nl.
" " " " " vs. Bloomsburg Lumber
'ellow s K Dater vs. John A. Jackson et al.
Simon t: Geo. Ilnub vs. Samuel Heffner.
Georga Snelgnrd vs. Jesso I), nice.
Itlco .t Hagcnbuch vs. Wm Carson.
Aaron Johnson vs. Thos. Shuman.
K. W. Kulter vs. V. V. Jones.
Albert Wlnton vs. Jonas Doty et aL
Fry & Boat v s. C. II. Barnes.
Elizabeth Overdorfs uso vs. Natu. Overdorf's Admin
W. B. Kllno vs. I!. J. McIIenry.
Stephen Hill vs. Miller & Sejbert.
Tkos. Downs vs. Silas Davis.
.V. W. Creamer vm. John K jllcr.
amuel Leluy vs. II. S. Marr.
John A. Jackson et al V3. Kit Stosrzol.
Christian J. Ash vs. Wm. Ikeler.
Freas Brown vs. W. E. Barrett 's admr.
Theodore r. Hayinan vs. G. W. Crevellng ct al.
'. B. Brockway et al. uso vs. Wm. Veager ct. nl.
People's Flro Ins. Co. of ra, vs. s. II. Miller Is Son.
Onvlgaburg Bewt nnd Shoo Manufacturing Co. ra.
Christ Church of Conyngham vs. Abla Phillips.
Henry C. Conner vs. Emannel Conner's administra
Samuel J. Conner vs. Enos L. Fowler's administra
G. 11. Fowlor's Administrators vs. Enos L. Fowler's
Sarah Comatock vs. William Iless's Administrator.
Sarah A. Petrlkon vs Llndley W. Woolley.
Thos. Fry's ndrnr vs. Wm. Fry
F. K. Brockway's uso vs. Abram Kline.
Joseph P. Conner vs. Enos L. Fon lei's ledmT,
E a'l Franklin vs. Sharpless Ilarman.
Win. I'nger vs W.n. stnley.
Mary (1. Vandersllcuto utevs Abram Snyder.
Daniel Kosteubaudcr vs. Casper I, Thomas.
(1. II. Fowler's ndmr's. vs. Lavlun Fowler.
G. II. Fowler's ndmr's. vs, I.nvtua Fowler.
Wm. M- ltcber vs. Columbia County.
Elizabeth Klingcrman'B ndmr's. vs, David It. Ilower.
Ti EOISTER'S NOTICES.
I v. Notice is hereby trlven to all lesatces. credl-
uli's and other peivins interested In the estates of
t iu resoccino e cceucnui una rn nors. timii ie ro
been tiled in the cilice of iho Keglster of Columbia
county, and v.lll be presented for continuation and
allowance In tho orphans' court to bo held In
luuuiiibuurg, uu jiuiuiuy, ino 4eu uay 01 iieeemuer
iai, ue. 't ueincK, p. in. on ham uay;
'I ho llrbt and ilnal account of John Y. Fowler,
GUurdlan ot the nerson and ebtiete of Henderbon
Yount, a minor child ot Ilarikt Vount, latoot l'lno
The Urst nnd llnnl account of Joseph W. Eves,
Guardian vt the nerson lend e'btnlo of l'rlscltla K.
KeMcr, a minor ehUd cf Arnold Kester, lalo ot
Greenwood township, incensed.
3. Thoacctiunt of Maiiln V. B. Yorkj, Guardian of
ChailutD. and wiiujiu 1. cnuderrnsii, minor chil
dren of William E, Cauelerinuu, taio of Jord.ui
township, I.J coming county, uteeobed.
1 he nnnl account of Samuel Dletterlch. Guardian
of the pel son und cbtato of Mnhala Boone, u minor
child of Be niiimlu Boono lalo of Ccniro township.
f, Tho account cf William Longenbjiger, ono of the
Kxccuiois 01 eieurgu ijngnBuerger, luee 01 wain
c. Tho account of llcuben Fahrlnger. Administrator
of Duvld h. lure, lalo of Locust towu9hlp, ele
ceased. Tho first and llnnl account of Stephen Crawford'
Executor of An irow Crawford, 1.110 or Mt., 1'loas
unt township, deceased.
8. The Ilrst and Una! necountot Andrew Laubach,
Adiniidbtriiior oi reter Fritz, into 01 Kugarioar
9, Thu necountot M. V, II, Kline, Administrator of
Nathaniel overuorf, lato 01 caiuwisstt lowutnip,
10, Iho necountot Martin V, II. 'Kline, Administra
tor of Elizabeth Klshcl, lato ot Montour township,
11. 'Iho account of Peter Drugtcr, Executor of Suwin
Kinney, late cf tho Town of Bloomsburg, eleceufed.
13 1 ho account of Manilas Boston and Dycf I Clu-
pin. Administrators 01 jonn nosion, inio 01 run
Ingcreek township, deccaseel,
13. Tho account of A. 0. Smith, Administrator of
John Smith, lato cf Madison township, decea.sed,
14. Tho llrbt and Ilnal account of John McAnall, Ex
ecutor or Hannah Ball d, lato of tho Borough of
llonMer'0!lleo. 1 W. II. Ji:01IY
', iu, is.u.j leegibeer.
Tho follow ing approvements of real and
jierbonal iuoiieriybtitipiut to wldowsof decedunls
hiivobecnilleillntlioonico of tho llcglstor of Col
umbln county, under the Itulcs of Court, uh1 will be
Cri'ttntcd or ubnuluto eonnrmatlon to tho Ori'hans'
oui t to bu bold Iu Bloumsburg.lu and for bald coun
ty, on Monday, the 4th eluy of Dec. Is7t, at 3
o'clock p. in., of said day unless exceptions to such
conllrmutlun aro previously lllcd, of wl.teh all per
sons Interested hi bald estateswlll take notice:
1, WUlow of Charles Fctterinan, lato of Locust town-
. Widow of Oliver Phillips, lite of Bloomsburie, de
ceased. 3. Widow of Thomas Gibbons, late of Benton town
4, widow ortKphralui McIIenry, late of Jackson
6. Widow of Ludwlg Thiclo, late of Locust townejilp,
e, widow of I Joseph cole, late of Sugarloaf town
T. Widow ot Beuben Fuhrlnger, Ute of Locust town
phlp,:dooouued. ItegUter-s Office, W, II, JACOBY,
Bk msburg, Xov, 1, 1S7. ltesttUT.
By Mrtue ot a writ of rie rl Facias to mo directed,
will bo ouposod to public sale at the Court Uausa In
Bloomsburg, at 1 o'clock p. m., on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 18, 187G,
Tho following real estate sltnatoln Centre toeln-
ship, Columbia county, Pa., bounded nnd described
as follows, to wit I Tho undivided one-half inteiost
In all that certain messuage and tract of land Bltuato
In. Centre township, Coltimbli county aforesaid,
bounded nndelescilbed ns follows! beginning nt a
Mono In the middle of the public rond, thenco along
tho middle of said road north 78 and 4-10 degrees
cast 49 and 9-10 perches to a stone, thenco nlong the
mlddloot nald road north 81rdcKreis west! nnd
to perches to a stono, thence along tho mldillo of
said road su degrees cast US 8-10 perches to a stone
In tho middle et n public rond on the east of said
tract of land, thenco along tho mlddloof said road
north V degrees west "ISO MO perches ton stone,
thenco by Panels of Levi A. Htdlay south Tf degrees
west ice perches ton ttone, thenco bylanelscf Geo
V. Shaffer, David Leo and Frcdcilck llagenbuch
south MJi degrees east 1.U perches lo a stone, tho
place of beginning; cuntatnlngirjl AORES
and to perches, bo tho saino moru or less.
Tho undivided one-halt Interujt In all that certain
tract, farm or plantation of laud sltuata In centre
lowns:ilp,Co!iunbl.icoiiiity,boiinded and described ns
follows: Beginning nl npo.t nnd from thenco by
land now occupies! or owned by Webbs, Philip Miller
u J Dam ucl a chenbach, fcouth "2 degrees west it
p-TChes to a bloue, and thence by land now owned
by Jacob llngenbuch south 47 degtccs ca&uopt-rrucs
to n chestnut, thenco by oilier land of the mid Jacob
llagenbuch South n degrees ost 91 pciches to a
tone, thenco In land owned by Geo. IllilUy Loith
7j degrees east gn nerrliri ton stur.e, thenco by
ou.e r muds of tne bald G.'uigo l.ldlaj north 73 dc
grw east H7 i-m peiehe s to a stone, thenco by land
oflhosaldGco lllllay south 11 di'zreoee.est W4
perches to a stone, thenco by land ot Daniel Lee, Sr.,
uonu wi negroes cast u D-iupeicncstoaiiiackoik
th?ncoby other land of Dankl Lee, Sr.,north 73Hde-
grt os cast 117 8-10 perches to a post, thenco by land of
Thomas Munly, Aaron Boono nnd Henry Tiembly
north ia elegrecscst 118 perches to tho placoof
beclnnlngi containing 131 ACHES nndc
perches, strict measure.
All that certain messuage, tenement and tract of
land situate In orange township, In said county of
Columbia, bounded and descilbed ns follows, to-elt
Beginning at a stono corner in t he public road on tho
south of said tract et land, thenco by lauds of John
Vanllew north 11 'i degrees west 103 3-10 perches to a
stone, thcnctvby land ot Mary Hlckclts south soxde
grees east S7 4-10 percLrs to a stone, thenco by lands
of Lev 1 A, Illdlay south It degrees east Oil 0-10 perch
es to a point In the aforesaid public road, thenco
along snld rond soulh 70? degrees vt ost 8 M0 perches
to a btonc, thenco along said road north 11 V degrees
west 4-10 perches to a stone, thenco nloiu said road
south T04' degrees west 11 9-10 perches ton 6tone,
the place of beginning; containing 1(1 AL'lti:and
87 perches, bo tho same moru or less,
Seized, taken Into execution, nnd to bo sold ns tho
properly of Frederick llagenbuch.
Ciz-CuNDlTiei.NS OF SALE. Purchasers must
pay to per tent, of tho purchaso money, or at lens
enough to cover all costs, nt striking down eif balo
otherwise property to be re-sold at oneo.
CIIAS. S. FOKNWALD.
Oct. Mth, 1S70.
By virtue of bundry writs ot Venditioni Exponas
and Fieri Facias to mo directed will bo deposed to
public bale at the Court Houso In Bloomsburg, lit
ono o'clock p. m. on
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 187G,
All that certain Ileal Estato bltuato In tho Town of
E"py, Scott township, Columbia county, Feniwylva
nla, bounded on tho north by Second street, east by
lot of Henry Trcmbley, south by an alley, west by lot
of Thomas Crevellng, being forty-ono nnd one-fourth
feet front and ono hundred and sovcnt -three nnd
one-fourth feet deep, whereon aro erected a one and
a half story Houso and a Frame Stable.
Ono other lot No. 2, bounded on tho north by See
ond st rcct,?east by lot ot Thomns Crev ellng, Jr., soul h
by an alley, west by lot formcny owned by Herman
Crevellng, belngnbout clglity-two and one-half fett
front and ono hundred nnd icventy-threo anil one
fourth feet In deptb.vt hereon aro erected a two-story
framo building occupied as an otllce.also ndry houso
Seized, taken into execution nnd to bo bold ns tho
property ot Thomas W. Edgar.
Attbosaino tlmo nnd placo nil that certain lot of
land bltuato In Beaver township, Columbia county
ennsylvanla, bounded as follows: On tho north by
land of William Kolb.cnstby land of Widow llhoady,
south by n public road and west by Daniel lllntcrll-
ter, containing twelvo neres, whereon aro erected
a Framo Dwelling Ilou-o nnd out-bulldlngs.
Seized, taken Into execution and to bo sold as tho
property ot Jeremiah Kolb.
At tho samotlnio nnd placo. tho followlrg Ileal
Estate, slluato In the town of Espy, Scolt township,
Columbia county, l'eunsjlvanla, to-wlt: All tlm
certain lot of ground bounded on the cast by e'l.irl:
Crevellng, south by Main ttrcct. west by John hu
man, nnd north by an nlley, whcicon aro erected a
two story tfrarao Iiohm- and out-bulldlngs, said lot
being Fix y feci front and ono hundred and eighty
feet in Septh, n oro or less.
Scl."d, takir Into exccutlsn, and to bo oM ns tho
properiv ot Ji'jol) Fodder,
At tho same tlmo and place, nil that Heal Estato
sltuato In Beaver township, Columbia county, l'enn
BjlvanU, bounded anil eletcilbcd ns follows: On tho
south by a public road, wtet by a stiett or nlley
north by a public road, east by a reinel cr alley, on
which nro erected fa Frumo Tavern Stand, Frame
Stablo and out-bulldlngs, said laud being ouohuu
died and fifty feet front and ono hundred and fifty
feet In depth, being threo lots luGleii city.
Sclzoel, tuken Into execution nnd to bo bold ns tho
property of SI ephcu Woodrlng.
At tho same tlmo nnd place, all that, certain lot ct
land situate In Beaver township, Columbia county
Pennsylvania, bounded and debcrlbjil ns follows
Beginning nt a white qak btuinp, thenco by laud of
Charles F. Mann, bouth turco degrees west thirty.
nine porches to il btono; thenco by other lands of
Charles Michael, north beventy-four degrees enst
thlrty-llvo and llic-teutb. perches to a stone, thenco
by same north llvo degrees west Ihlrly-nliio perches
to n btonc, thenco by land of Chatles F. Mnnn south
tlxty-elght degrees west twenty-nine and blx-tculhs
perches to tho placo ot beginning, conttilmng Eight
Acres, btrlct incisure, nil untie reultl' atl'jn.
All that lot ond plecu of land sltuato in Heaver
townshlpfuiesiiI'Lbiiiinded unddeseilbed as follow
Beginning at a stono In the public load; thenco by
other lands of John nnd Iteiibeu Ilenningcr north
twenty-two degrees, e-ast, bixtecn perches to a stono
heap ; thenco north M degrees, last tltteen perche
to a stono thenco bouth twenty-two degrees.
west twenty-six perches to a stone in publlo
road thenco elown paid loadln publlo road
north sixty degrees, west sixteen porches totho placo
ot beginning, containing Two Acres, moro oi lcan
whereon nro erected a Framo Houso, Store, und out
All that tract of land bltuato in Beaver, returned
In tho namo of Ellas Miller, containing Elghty-thieo
Acres, and convo cd to Abram Itlco by John Sn eler,
Treasurer of Columbia county, by deed dated Sept
All that certain tract ol land slttiato In said Beaver
township, bounded and described as follow s : On the
eastby Abram Itlce, north by Wm. Smith, west by
Shuman's heirs, and south by company lands con-
talntnf- Eighty Acres, moro or less, whereon nro
erected two dwelling houses and out buildings,
A tract of land Fttiuto Iu bamo township, boundo I
and described as follows : On tnj north by publlo
road, eust by F, L. Shuman, webt by public road.
south by Susan Saut, Lelng forty feet front nnd
twohundredfett In elepth, whereon aro crcled
Dwelling Houso and Blacksmith Shop attached to
gether nnd other out buildings,
A tract ot InndHtuato In ltoorlngcreck township,
Columbia county, boundeel and described as follow s:
On tho south by lands of David Ilower, cast by lands
cf E. Lctdy, north by land ot Michael Strausscr, and
on tho west by Michael Strausscr, containing forty
acres, more or less, whereon oro erected n dwelling
houso and outbuildings.
Una oilier tract of land sltuato In lleuvr township
county aforesaid, beginning at a stone, thenco by
land of lato Henry Lehr, or now Joseph U'hr, south
59 degrees east 150 perches to n chestnut oak. thenco
by l.ind ot Daniel Slngley south tssj degrees casus
perches to a btono heap, thenco by lauds of (it-orgo
Lohgenberger, deceased, south to degrees webt H9
Perthes to a maple, thenco by land of JohuDallous
uorth eighty-three degrees west ono hundred and
forty-nuio peicbea to a corner, thence by land of
John Dallous south twelvo degrees west fifteen
perches to a water birch, thence by Catawtssa creek
Borlh eighty-four degrees west forty-one perches to
a stens In said creek, thence twenty-one perches to
a btono, thenco north blxty-tlvo degrees west two
and Uve-tenth perches to a stone, thence by lands ot
Andrew shuman, deccobed, north twenty-nlno de
grees east thlrty-llvo perches to a stone, thenco by
Bdino north twciity-ono and one-half degrees east
twenty-onopcrchew totho placoof beginning, con
taining nily-lleo acres, neat measure.
Selii d, taken luto execution, and to bo sold as thu
property of Abram ltle.
ten per cent, ot the purchase money, or ut least
enough to cover all costs, atbtrlVlng down of bale,
otherwise property to bo resold at oneo.
CIIAS. B. FOKNWALD.
feherli Oftlce, Sheriff.
Nov. , 1T,
Premium awarded l Hio21st Annual l'nlr
nl tlio Columbia Ceiiinty Agricultural, Hortl
eiitural and .Mechnnlcal Amoclntloii held at
Hlnomshurg, Pa. Oct., 11th, mil. nnd 13l)i
UI.AHH 1st DIVISION I.
llesll'erehcron Stnlllon, Nnpolen T. 1).
" l'rliieo Imperial
Huntington Valley Ilnro stock Co. 8.00
CT.AHS 1 DIVISION 2,
Itcfl stallion fu all wnrlt, Alfred Irwin, 812.00
IMbest " 1 John Winter i
Hot blooded Hlnlllon, I Mil Irwin, 12.01
1M bel " " Jolm Druni, S.bfl
Best stnlllon rnlt between 2 &3 yenrs
Joiepti nigger, 4.oo
Jititges, J. II. Heeler, Win. Menslngcranel Win
i.r.Assi in virion n
Host pair elrnuelit.liorscs. John Wnrdln 10.00
2.1 Jieeoli Mnrlr. " 8.00
Juilifo, nil Mrndaiibnll, Aaron Pettersou,
Hast pair carriage horses, O. IV II agon
2d bet " " Geo. K. IIeR ..ml
llent pnlrearrlngo mnre, .1. L. Clinpiiln K.oo
2.1 bet" " " F, M, llngcnfi.ecli 1.00
llctKli.alocnri'liigo horse, K. .Mciiden-
2d bcel " ' Inae Dlldltio 2..V)
ll. Kt sliiKle cnrrlngo mare Ooo. Itelswlelc fi.uo
2d best " " " J. S. llncenlmeli, 2.50
Judgn, Hubert l'tiriel,T. .M. lliigonbueh
anil W. 1'. Ikeler.
CI.AHM1 111 VISION S
Host inure nnd colt "1'rltico John'Jolin
2d liel innio nnd colt "I'erclicion1' Wm.
lid bcu mare nnd colt " II, O. Iliirton .'i.oo
ttMt cult .e ears n el .1, II, Vieiiilcndleo ;l.i0
llet eolt between 2 .t ;i yrx. John Holmes Il.u0
2d bent " " " Wsley lliiiuiiiir 1.."1
lleil e..ill be tween I A2yr. Jim Wimlcli 2.UJ
llel pair ui ilcli e'olls between :i A Fyrs.
I'. A. K'nnir. 3.')
llcut pair mulif, O. A, Jnenhy, !!."
Host colt I i. old. s. ('. Iiriiwn. I.')
Jeulgio. Alriid l'ri'teiu, A.fred Irevln, mid
CLASS 1 DIVISION i)
Ilestpalr walking liorKCs, (loo. IC. Hess. LOO
Judge, John lliirlinnii, Joseph IIuuUcl
nnd Low llrccco.
CLASS 2 CATTI.n
Jcwy llull .14,vr. (loo. IC. Ifoss, n.00
Ditrhiim Hull "Mansfield" II. II. Crane, lUio
Devon Hull under II) num. tleo. Hughes, .'I.UU
Devon Hull Ilyrn. und upwarels Alfirwln ll.tio
Devon e'oev ' " " " 2nd
I Idler 2A3yis. ' ' 1.0)
Jersey null Jyrs. J. A. Gordon, il.no
lleHer II mos. " " l.el
DiirlmmCow Thos. Chrllman, -I.'KJ
Nnllvceiiw.I. ViiinlciHlleo 11.00
Dovoti (,'nw O. A. Jiieoby, 4.00
lliirlium bull 2yr8. John Ivrotnlcr. i:.')0
Devon Hull 2 .1 .lyr. W. S. Fisher' ti.oo
l'nlr fi't Kte'cru, Alf Irwin, . n.00
Niellvoe.jw, 11.(1. (Int7, .M
Helfet grudi'd Much, Alf Irwin, 2.00
Judo ff. Heesi', James Burton anil
Jeihn Zclnif r,
Brood snwnnd pigs Chester Whites, Tils
Brood bow ' " Wm, Hldlo.y :i.iw
llerkvlilro lliar, W. It. Crane, 1.00
Poland Chime sow nnd plga, Win, P.
Sow and pigs Chester whiles, Thomas
i;st.ex Hour 1 1 n Wm. White l.oo
" niw nntt pigs " " :i.o.)
Hiur e 'Iii'stcr wlille, J. K. Ilaglionhncu. LOO
Hoar l'liluml Clilnii, Haul. HryAmlu LOO
l'eilnnd China Sow und pits, A. O. Hngoo-
bueli, 3.00 '
2 sull'iilk pigs 10 mos, IL 0. Barton B.0)
lllrinah hoi; 2 yeiiis, W. Shinier 1.00
Judges. Hiiml. Khuflbr. Jos. llaltlimn,
iintl Hugh Mcllrldo.
CLASS 1 SIlUUP
Ootswold duck II. A, Swpcnhlser, 1.00
South Down lluelc, Snml. llldlny, 2.00
Jjwo. '' " 1.00
Cotswoid Inn 'c, J, A, Gordon, 2.00
a smith elow n uw es, ' " 2.00
Lot t.'ntswold I.ntnbs JI. It. Appleinau, 2.00
Cntswold llwe, " " 2.00
South Down Buck, Illtsha Hnsecnbncli, 2.00
Judges, Jiilin N. Gordon, P. ILP'rvcso
and Henry Lazarus.
CLASS 5 POULTUY.
GiiinoBnntiiinsJ.il. Strieker, 1.00
Lot youiigGuliili's, Wes. Julinstin, no
Pair Pnrllilgo Ciiclitns il. 11. Cranio 1.U0
Brown Leghorns JV)
" Dark llrnlinins, " " l.uo
" Imperlnl I'eltln Ducks " " 1.00
Pair e.i-cso, Win. Milur, 7.1
Pair Ducks, .1. II. llldlny, ra
l'.ilr Perleln Ducks Hlim llngenbach, 2.UU
Tlrollithl llrahnus best collection, Dion
LotPldscons, V. A. Kitchen, 1.00
Pair silver bpungleil iluinburgs, II, H.
I pulrueese, Anron Smith, v 1.1)0
Tiro Black Spanish. Itlclmrd IMwards, POO
Lot tamo ltieliiills. Johns. Miller, M
llioiu.irrmliov.ll.il. Gmtz, S.0O
Judges Thos. Webb, U, A. Poller, and II.
CLASS 0 GHAIN, SHEDS .t FLOUIt,
Timothv seed, A. P. KcMer, 3.00
Bushel flux seed, Wes Johnson, 1.50
1 Bu, white Dlclil wheat, J. A. Gordon, 2.00
00 lbs. flour from 2 bu.wlicut, 11. C. Bow
i bu Timothy seed, It. C. Kesler, 3.00
1 ImTiipiihanoeli wlilto smoolh wheat.
It. V. K ester, 211
1 lmwlilleFult.wlical, Jiilin Delly, 1.V)
1 bu Triadwell wbi'iit, A. Stuuirer, 2,01
" white l'ultz " " 2.00
Judges, .M, K. Aiiplemiin, Jolm Bets nnd
CLASH 7 FINED CHOPS
.1 acres of corn, Isnno Culp, 10.00
Judge's, -M. K. Applcmien, John Bctz anil
.lame's Hn.it, ,
1 sweet pumpkin, MiSs M H lluitmuu
Cltitius, lsa.ie lleue'eick
2 qts lduek butter beuiis, Tllllo Johnson
Sugar bee-Is, r'hatlcs I'ihIit
Miiuglo Wurtsell, Charles Foster
Cieuots, " "
l'tek Toiuntocs " u
i do, vegelalilooj'stcr) Charles Fostor
U doz heads cabbugo " "
White emli'il ouillvo " "
Loiidoti leek " "
Biedlshes u "
H bu sweot potatoes, Joseph Garrison
Onion sols " '
l'lvu egg plants " "
Halo eiebhiige, Emma Bryfogla
lapiin pAes " '
.1 iioz niangocs, T. W. Guntoii
Saniple piumits, E. M. Wynkoop
2 iloz pt'iipi'iH, Mrs Alf li wiuo
U bu iHiliins, .Vlrs John Kitchen
I t builiT beans, Mrs Hecsu Fielnnan
(, iloz while biiuushcs, Samuul Trump
4 levin vtiuashes, " '
1 bu lii'ld teiiiilps, Daniel Yocum
1 iloz Held pumpkins " "
2 qls llm.e fieaiis, ltlehnrd Eileeitrils
ei sweet pumpkins, Theimies Chrlsman
li iloz siiuieshes, II, c. Grotz
C'hlckory, Cbuili's Fo-sler
Judges, II, 1. ll.iUIn, It, llcnrlo, U.S.
CLASS o FKUIT.
li iloz whiter penis, Mis M It Ilsrtiiinu
1 qt dried fall peters, Mrs It. Molle'tiry
Ueleiz best keeping apples, Wm Illdlay
Lot persimmons, John Beehti't
(it black chenics, Miss Tllllo Johnson
ejtelilerbeiriu.s, ' "
(it whoitlebeirlcs " " "
(itil'led euiiants " " "
Best illsphey of grapes, T W Gunlou
Best iltspbiy of winter uiples, A Snyder
Liiwlni) lihielvbcrrlt's, elrieil, " "
Ot ihieil ilitwlieirh's. Ella Fmtpr
In eliHH'i's Coiieoiil giapi's, .1 Wanlch,
Yullct) it is nil pours. .Mis.lnliii Towtisu.ul 1 en)
i qt eiios'iiuis, ,nrs lieu muter eu
Lot ginuml ehenirs, .Mis It Kitchen 25
Basket sibei I. in crabs, Wm Ivy 1 ew
H bu English rniuhtis, P, Hi uuler 1 lo
sample sugar pears, Mih CM Kilguv 1 00
Basket ellow pouches, .Vugglei .liieoby 1 00
Best looking peel; lull or winter tipples,
Am on Stnlih 100
1 qt ill led raspberries, Ida P., llagenbuch 1 HI
1 qt hickory nuts, Lloyd lluss :iu
Lot Clinton gittpes, J L Dillon 1 00
In jeel tipples, .Miss Kate ejulclc 1 CO
1 ilnz quinces, Mis Clius v. auilersllco 1 M
Dried peaches, Knto Q tick 1 oo
.Indies 11 E Bowinteu, Isaao Mowry,
Wm E sanels.
CLASS 10-WINH3 & LIQUOIH.
1 qt cherry wine, Peter Bcehlel 1 00
1 qt currant wluo " ' i ou
llhnbarli Jelly " " lie
Eliler beriy Jellv " '" loo
Whlto veil unit Icily. Mary II Nuss 1 id
Lenient Jelly " " 1 00
2 qts eider vinegar, Joseph Garrison 1 oo
Sibi'll.lli cr.ib JullV. Mrs U W Foster 1 Ik)
Crnb Jelly, .Mary lletz l oo
Pear jelly " leio
Cup plum Jelly, Mrs J 1. Dillon 1 to
Jar app'o Jelly, Mrs T hoinus Christman 1 00
Glass wild ciuujully, Mrs II Kitchen 1 00
Glass currant Jelly " ino
1 qt i oil ehei ry wlue, -Mrs lleeeo Fsirman 1 oo
1 it methtglln, Geo Knimer l oil
Glass qulneei Jrlly, Mrs 1. 1) Cieso 11)0
Glass peieeh Jellv, Miss Clara Hughes 1 U0
(it lilackberry wine, Mugglollcss loo
lit churi y brandy, John Krcssler J O)
lit raspberry wluo, " " loo
Blaekberry vinegar, Suillo "eVelllvcr 1 no
Bnttlograpo wluu. LB Unpen lot)
(je lliuli.illi wine,. I 11 Crovellng log
Jiulges Soliimoii llelwig, b II llagcn.
biieh, II. J. Connor,
CLASS 11-pOMESTIG MANUFACTUltli.
2 cans peaches, Mrs. Wlllnnl (ioddls
baiupio yeiese, ,uss ai it iiariuueu,
Apple pie, Mrs it Mclliuiry
Jureieuneil currants, Mis Tllllo Johnson
uiercieniieil whoitleberrlts, " "
Caiiiied sweot corn M u
Yellow plums " "
Canned Ithiibierh "
Jar cherry butter '
Jar plckeleel eggs "
Curruiit (ilu " "
bplecel peurs, Mrs C (J .Marr
Jelly cako, Mrs Anna liners
Pouch pto, Ltzzlu Abbott
Sweet potutou plo. l.lzzto Abbott
Toiiueto plci.els, Mis P lleehtel
Pirkurvo e ltrou, M 11 Nuss
Lunion euliu, M 1! Nuss
Cuiiueil bluekburrles, Mis E Estler
Cunneil hiickUborrles, "
lluiilsoap. Mis Webb Garilsoti
Preiservu wutci melon, L A VunilorHlleo
Corn Muicli cuko "
Lejuoii plo, .
Cuiilunnlal plei ' ii ei
Gnipp Jelly, Mm I! IFllsnn - '
1 qt Siberian crab, clhe Foster
Can tomatoes, 11 W Fovler
Gnuo Preserves, alurtlni Vundcrsllnn
2 qis canned Biunish cherries, Mrs Sunds 1 M
sterchens ketchup, Mrs E Bryfoglu
1 qt tunned cherries, " '
I qt liritterveil siiuush " 11
Isuif wlilto bread, Mrs J II Ikeler
Marble cuke, Mrs A Hendenhott
1 lit quinces, L U Whuruy
1 qt Itu.sluu upples, L K Whuroy
I ill spleuil iieiiohes "
ililll qt Itussian uiiplui '
u iiiHvcu eiiiimvuev
2 qt unserved Itusslail upples, L E Wluiey 10U
Jar ballvdcunnwl iieurs, iluryaiuta 00
sn'ts crab iepplo butler Mrs F II Hngonb'h 1 00
Peitato yeast, Mrs J 1 Dillon V,
Jar grapo initier, airs iicn ivisnw.
Lnnl bread, best, ',' ",
LotKlngcr cakes, " "
Lot liiird snap " "
1 mil butler. Mrs 11 Kitchen
Can ciali tipples, "
Cull rhllbui li "
can pltieil sour chenics, Mrs H Kitchen ;
fan curl ant Jam " V 1 vS
Pumpkin plo " ,
Sample sent soap, Mrs John Kitchen
1 ham, I.lzrlo Aln
(Julnei! pie, Allle .1 Kesler
1 qt eaiiiieiil peaches, Mury H Kramer
1 qt deiwbciiies, Mrs G W Foster
Jar spiced npples, Mrs L 11 Kaso
Jarspleeil (Julncus, " "
Plum bulter, " "
Applet butter, " "
Preset veil (Jtilnecs " "
1 spico euliu, Mai tha Vandersllco
Jar Applu btitlei-, Mary Vandcisllco
Caimeel pears, Mrs 1 K Miller
Pear liullel', " "
Jul- loinnio butter. Thorma Meyers
Ginger calei', Mrs It Wilson
1 can red chert les, Mis 11 F Hester
1 can black cherries, " "
1 qt pi nch bulter, " "
Plato Jumbles, Mattto Jacoby
Uhoeijliile enko, Mis Julia Miller
Fruit cake, Etla Wedllver
Wieshlngion cake, Maty Wulllvor
l'lekliil .Nnstlilllons " "
Pun bl-ciilt " "
Ginger cake, " "
ejiiiiiini pie. Ida llagenbuch
Spuugo cuke, lila HiigeiibiieU
lj.tr eucuniber pickles, Mrs OJOBarklcy
l null ucuiei eieisiin
1 toll butter, Mrs 110
fit tienr butter. " "
1 Jar tomato etioev chow ' '
Jl .l-eii pie, A leo Bt chtel
Jul' He-li pickles, II Delehmlller
Chow ehmv tiibbiigi'.MrsG Bldli'tnan
ciiiijuiit enerrii's. .ins n.eii nii-i
Bu-p I'tryjatii, Mis A Stijiler
1'UM'ieeii el'rnn, Mtilin Uiiliiiuii
Uiiigiriinckeis, "is Wdiiirison
tun pltuiis. A Mtjiler
in, inviii P Aitnlaiuan. Mary J
Miiiiltiihall. Sinuli 11 etiisim
CLASS li-IIOUSEIlOI.D MANUFACTUBES
1 pr llticii tnwels.Mrs It McIIenry
lliimoiiiailo ing, Mih K C Lot
Homo liinilu tin cad, Tllllo Johnson
Linen sheets, " "
llrniklast shawl, MHenver
Pair pulsowarniers, M Vanelerslloo
Silk pungi'ii pillows, "
Cliihis suck, "
Tluenel ildy, '
Ten jiuil iliupnr, Mrs II D Applcman
10 yds plain linen, Mrs Ben Klstlcr
Tallin elolli, Mis Ben Klstler
lUyits evonl carpet, Mrs 11 Kitchen
1 pair linen sheets, " "
1 pull linen sheets, Miss Lizzie. Alo
1 pr linen pillow slips " "
Dnuhlu coverlet, " u
1 )if cotureil stockings, Mary 1! Kramer
1 preoloieil inlttens. " "
in da int. Pkl net. K IV llnr.(n1iucll
. " . J .'. . . , f . ........ in. . rjt
i ttlillie lllteiliueillliei' neu eiise.jiis I'iun.ei w
iloinu liiiulu chemise, Mis Dan Miller 1 00
i jialr blankets, Sado Lofl'iiinn 200
Souls iiin, " " 50
1 pair mittens, " "
Hug I'urpet, Mrs E L Myers 100
Judgeo-F P Musters, Mis r.ichatd Hon.
rie, Mrs M Vunee,
CLASS 13-NF,r,IJLKW01tK, EMBUOIDUUY
A.M OIlNAMEMAI. WUU1V.
Star bed quilt, Teresa Hester
Feather tice, Miss M H Hartinan
Ciibo hair work. Emma Humphrey
2 honey enmb tidies, Mi's K C Em
2 Ihiead tidies,
Samples criie he't trimming, Mrs KC Ent
Bilslol biiuiil einss, l.lzzlo 11 Jucoby
Tin end tidy, Muttlu 11 .luceiby
Simller win k, Anna S Ileacock
Hair leceher, Mny Baiklcy
Molto ' "
Hair pin holder " "
I 1.11... MH,ri TI llrnnlrlpatf
Child's can lugu'iilKlinn, Mrs O li Brockway '
I fnnl run It i u f ! t! M nr I' Wl
Hair wieatli " " "
crib quilt " " "
Log cabin quilt, Mrs M A Brockwny
Tailing, Miss Anna Beers
Pair Knit slippeis, Lizzie Abbott
Ottoman cover " u
Sola plllnw, Mrs S Brusler
Tctl lug w oik, M Weaver
Centennial bend iliess, M Weaver
Patch tecelvet, M K Nuss
Centennial thre'ied caso, C Wee.ver
J.ltllu emu Imsliut, Jlutllo JloKelvy
Mono, "Ni Placo Liku Home,1
Biistio basket, Mrs Webb Garrison
Fancy pin cushion, silk, Mrs E Wilson
Silk eiiilnoldeieil skht " " "
1 lucked skin. Miss Clam Hughes
1 brush ituil comb box. Miss Ciiera Iluglics
3 rug mats, Mrs Orvls 60
Knit tidy, .Miss Emmie Bryioglo 6S
1 p.iir stockings, " " M
1 kttil ciiunteipiene, Mrs A Ilcndershott 2 00
Cover for leception ehulr, Alts 51 E Ent 60
Mghtgnwii " " " 60
Bristol board air castle, SaiaAIlcss 60
1 erncheted quilt, Mrs John Tpwnsenil 60
Sumplli shell veoik, E M WyiAkOop 1 (K)
Silk quilt, Mrs Thomas Cbrlstmaii 1 mi
Enihitiiilcie.il pin cuslilon, Mrs K Kitchen 60
Beaded watch euso " " 60
Ijidles niiiilio quilt, Mrs Jolm Kitchen 60
Silk embioldcieil sucque, Miss Em Applo
man 1 00
Irish chair quilt, Alice .Investor 2 oo
Wax wicath, itaehcl It 1' reus 2 0O
Star tidy, Catu Kramer 60
Cotton end w onl biihi tlily. Mrs 1. 1) Knso CO
1 crocheted bed quilt, Miss Llzzlo Ivey 2 00
'leluii) frame, Minnie Eyerly 60
l'lllnw slnuiw, lln 1 K Miller 60
Knit mils " " ' 50
1 tlui'ieil tldv, Tlilnua Meyers 60
Lot ranev ducks, M rs Jussu Coleman 6i
Cotton rabbit, Sadlu Bales 50
Wolkbeix, " " 60
l'ln cushion, Mattin Edgar 60
Centeunhel motto, Begliia Lowcnbcrg 60
Woikeiltldy Eva Ituimit 60
Head pin cushion, Suillu Wclliver 101
Tidy hiced, Mis l! G Bat kley to
Thieiul tidy " " " 60
1 Inor mat, Ilitttlo Fetterniun 60
I'liucy hair leeelver. llnttlu Fettcrmau 60
Hose tiny, Mrs Gen lllilleiuaii 6)
Ci'iiteiinliil tidy, .Mrs Gen Bldlcmitit 60
EiiibKiiile'ietl night ill ess yoke,Miery Keller fo
Cuteijufii html, Mattin Eilgur 50
Linen embiolilercd pillow bhams, Mrs E
Child's bed, Lotslol.eldy M
Caul b.ibket, .In-Io Oivis 6,)
Judges John Ev es, Mugglo Masters, ttachel
CLASS U-F1NE AP.TS, PENMANSHIP
FLOWEUS & DESIGNS.
1 meillcy pietuiu, Mrs K C Ent
1 winter bouquet, "
1 chilli man, Ellin Guntoii
Phottigiuphs, A J Brown
:i pictutes', Henry McKUvy
Spi elmen pcniiiiinsliip, Joseph Garrison
1 oil painting, Mis 11 Wilson
Cotton plunl, Hairy Shaipless
iii&piuy lumiing, ,i iiiiienueiiiier
Cigar btunil. Mis John Townsem!
I. ei nmn bibiu 310 ye ins old, Joseph Lilly
Fitneiy, 51ls. E. 51' Wjnleoon
riiteuutn ee nx nowcrs, ivn ltupcri
1 eel fcpeclincn Benil woik.Mis. Fiennv M.
1 house plant day lllly, Mrs Fanny Miller 25
1 weuk 1-aske.t, vm Burr loj
Specimen pen iliawlng, M E Bennett 75
" penmanship, " " lie
Judges Dr O-cur Stiles, Mrs S Shoe
maker, Eva N Beese.
1 farm wagon, J H Strieker
1 phiotop. GeoStilcker
1 single sleigh, M C Sloan & Bro
Twnu!tctl enrilago 14 "
1 plat I in in spi lug wagon "
1 shifting Hip buggy '
1 si iiieil shilling lopphieton "
1 out u bimuv ii
umipip-.i . .ui.v'ie, a 4v 'iiniiie, J. II
CLASS 10 AGlilCULTnt AL IMPLEMENTS
MACHINElt, AC. .
I ......V II ........ T tr in, .11 mi.
Bucke') n tablu rake, Miter A Co
Hay Hake, " " "
Thtiiiipsou Co Horsu Hake, John Tracy
Binail.Liisl Seed anil Plaster suwer "
Oiicllurso Cultivator "
Struev Cutler. S C Shlvo
Mower nun lleanur Combined Marsh No 4.
J h Marsh dip
Comblneil snlkeJy Plow anil Cultivator,
Variety ot Hmsu Shoes, Baiton (Julclc ellp
Thifsheraiiil heneialnr comblneil. J M
Lesher Puieiit Pirn Light. 11 L Mycts
Pair I'lnclieis, Dan It win
Shoeing Hammer, 11 "
Tliu shilnker, 11 Garrison
"Thu ilos Fanul
ulng Mill," Jacob Miller
Jlidues PS Hnrtniui. I. P Kliiii'.Gtli'ltu.
CLASS 17-S'iOVHS, Tl.S'WAItE, F.AltTII
Burstuvti Elomtcd Oven Itunge, llolllns &,
Empress Hot Closet Bnnge, " ' tllp
3 Aiginiel IliatlngSttnes, " " dli
lmpellal Heating Slovu " " dip
Vuler Clnset, " dip
Ctippei Bath Tub, i. i' (lip
Cupper Circulating Boiler, " dip
llyiliuuliu Bum, " din
Teirnrolii Chlinuiy, " " dip
Tin Milk Can, ' ' lllp
Lot nt Tlnwuie, " " 3 0)
Judges T W Pursel, O Sands, William
CLASS 18-CABI.VKT WAHE, SHOIJMAK
1 pair men's calf boots, F.H Knorr
1 " liucklu shoes " n
1 tl Men's slippers
Best collection of paints, II Itcav
2 fair skins, (1 A lleriliig
2 Bides upper leather, u A Ilerrlug
1 side) kip leather "
1 " harness leather " "
I pair kip bndls, Cluis Walgltmyer
Set linn gold pheteut harness, I, I) Caso
Cnou kklu itilio.John Waulcli
Set train harness, O M Christman
1 set double carrlagu harness, U M Clulst
Jlldues Itobert It Littln. Esn. .Inlm Klstlnr
and J A Hurrls,
CLASS 10-BEK3 AND BEEHIVES.
Host display buckwheat honey, 11 F Kin
ney 2 60
Jar Ex whlto clover honey, II F Klnnny 60
Best display whltn clovn' honey, H II
Brown " 3 00
Honey oxtractnr, II II Brown 1 1
bwurui bees, Italian, II II Brown B 00
" " ii i' J 60
Box whlto clover honey, II I) Apploranu 1 60
1 mhuiiii Italian bees, 11 liintz 3U)
m Juilgus-F E lost, AJ Albeirtsou, HE
Funnels1 List, Thursday, 1 o'clock m,
1st,. I II Glnglo's sorrel tnaru ' 2.500
2d lteneii Fulrman, Bay Perry 10 00
3d, J II Vniiilcrslicu's Daisy aue
County sporting list, Friday 10 m.
1st, Samuel Prentice, Biowu Huiibon 60 00
2d, o u r'unston, brown mnru Daisy 23 00
3.1, David C Black, Black Hawk 10 W
Freo to all,
1st, J F Smith, Ihiiii.Foot I0O0O
2d, W M Hughes. VI. Vincent 0010
3d. L N Smith, Huck.klK 'jvio
Judges 0 Ithuwii, Dr J F Clinplu, Itceoo
lull-man, Frank Evans, Aaron Smith,
Premiums thutliiivti been awardiul and not
called for within emoye ur from this date, will
bu considered us donated to the) Society.
Joun (I ijoieir,
T J VjeKDmuuce, President.
BkKiuisbulg, NOV. S, 1H70,