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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT.BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COl NTY, I' A.
iii.oo)i8nuiin, Fit 1 1) at, not, 10, ie;n
Halt Road Tlmo Tabic.
LACKAWANNA ft I1LOOM8UUIICJ HAIL ROAD
Accommodation Train 0.45 A, M. 7.8s A. M.
Mall Train T,M A. M 4.M P. M
Express Train 1.41 1'. M. 11.63 A, M
" ' 6.84 1'. M.
CATAW1S9A ItAlt. ltOAD.
Accommodation Train 0.23 A.M. 7,aT 1'. M.
Itogular Express 4.0 I'.M. 11,33 A.M.
Through cars on Kxprcss train cither to Now York
on, Philadelphia. Accommodation train runsbetween
C'.itawlssa and Wllllamsport,
Notice to 1'osthasterh. Those poslmav
lent whu hereafter return subscribers' papers to
this olfico simply marked "rcfuscJ," and tin
accompanied by a Icllcr,as required by law,wlll
be charged with the papers from the dale of
such Illegal in llfication until notice is given in
n proper way. Wo have readied the conclusion
tli at our time is about as valuable us that of
po'ltnastcrs generally, and wo do not propose
after this to spend half a morning hunting up .1
intno bucsuse a postmaster is too lazy to fill out
a blank, ,
AVo givo Iho l'residental vote of Columbia
county as accurately as possible from the figures
nt our command.
Tiio avenues leading to an early grave have
ofien been opened by a cough or cold. Thou
sands h ive been cured and saved by Dr. Hull's
T ho Pennsylvania iron works, Danville, l'a.,
havo lighted up sixteen puddling furnaces and
started the rail mill with n pro'pect of running
This is tlio season for rallies for turkeys, geese,
chickens, &c, but as this community is a mor
al one we have none to chronicle in this neigh
borhood. Mrs. Eve Hoffman of Sunbur, died in a
buggy, last week, while on her way to attend the
marriage of her son. TI10 cautc of her death
A boy named Henry Dalton was run over by
a car at Oorrell & Co's., colliery, at Centralia,
one day last week, and had his arm taken off
above the wrist.
The cleven-ycars-old son of A. T. Ikeler of
Benton, has killed two hundred squirrels this
season. If that boy keeps on he'll make a hun
ter, so he will.
Now, then, has every lady got her seal skin ?
(Joyful cries of "wo havo,""of course wo have,"
tc.) Well then put them light away, for they
have gone out of fashion entirely. Such is life.
At the Democratic meeting at l'ino Summit
Mr. K. W. Lyons, a Kepublican, kindly offered
the use of his room for tho meeting for which
a voto of thanks was tendered him by the au
dience. We would remark, incidentally, as a matter of
moment for our young lady readers, that the
glide is to be the fashionable waltz this winter.
I'aslo tills notice on your looking glasses, la
dies. Lost. Between Iiloomsburg and llentou, on
Saturday last, an oil cloth satchel containing
wearing apparel. The finder will be reward
ed by leaving it at the residence of William
Hulmc, near Denton, or at this office.
Mrs. McCron, whoso sorrowful accident we
noticed last week, died on Friday night at ten
o'clock. The funeral took placo on Sunday and
the body was interred in lloseiuont Cemetery.
Mrs. McCron was about eighty years of age.
Tho season fatal to hogs is fairly inaugrated
and H&u'agc, pork, and tcrapplcaro becoming
familiar adjuncts to tho breakfast table. Iiuck
whe.it cakes of course havo made their appear
anco and llio community is now ready, for cold
The Northumberland JYciJ says that J.
Lesher, son of Daniel Leshcr, of Point town
Bhip, that county, husked 120 bushels of corn,
and tied up tho fodder, in ten and .1 half hours.
What havo Columbia county farmer's boys to
say to that?
The hens in this section of Iho country are
not behaving themselves well; they will not
lay and are loafing about doing nothing, in the
face of advancing rates for eggs. It's a foul
proceeding and disgraceful to tho fowls. As an
old lady once remarked "when eggs get cheap
then the pesky things will begin to lay."
The Iiloomsburg Tilden Club visited Cata
wissa on last Wednesday evening, accompanied
by the Iiloomsburg Band. Our Associate
Judge P. L. Sliuman was serenaded, and a like
compliment was paid to Judge Hughes. A'o
stona were thrown al the tutiort.
DAVID J. WALLER.
He is a verj estimable gentleman, and tho
returns show that he receivid a very handsome
complimentary vote at home. But ho did not
convince the people that he was a Democrat,
nor did they' helhivo specially in Tom Scott,
nor tho subsidy to the Southern Pacific 11. It.
There is on exhibition at Ilenderfhott's
drug doro 11 life-size crayon portrait of the late
Gen. W. II. lint, which is really admirable.
'The picture is the work of It, W. l-'lickinger of
Philadelphia and is very crtilit.iblo to him as
an artist nnd tlie moro so as tho only copy hu
had was a sm ill photograph. Mr. Fiickinger
had njviT soen Ueu. Knt,
The last Legislature passed a law giving tho
ConimiMiiouers of each county in the Common
wealth tho power to tlx the compensation for
light, rent and fuel, lor election purposes, in
each aud cveiy township, borough, waiil and
ciccduu disliict in tho slate, Heretofore the
compensation for tho purpose above mentioned
diUcrtd to a great extent, aud tho Cotiimis don
ers were uqulted to pay whatever sum the
election officer agreed upon.
On Pino Creek, tho oilier day, a lad of twelve
years, by the name of Clark Jackson, while out
gunning for birds, with his dog, the latter treed
a catamount of largo size. Tho lad at onco
planted a charge of bird-shot in tho animal,
which had tho elite', to bring him quickly to
tho ground. The catamount attackod the dog,
whilo the. boy ran to the aid of the dog, In the
fight Ids gun was broken, but ho killed thecal
amount, Ho nmdo Ids appearance at homo
wilh the gun-barrel and tho dead catamount.
The dog looked as If hu had just got through a
hard winter. Ho told his folks that hu cared
Utile for tho fight, ho only regretted tho loss of
his gun, Gaulle- & JlulUtin.
Au exchange sagely remarks t Wo observe
that tho grocdiest man after a newspaper Is Iho
ono who is loo mean to subscribe. Ho is al
ways In waiting for Iho latest paper, and it Is
not two minutes on tho owner's premises till Iho
non-subscriber pounces upon It and never lets
up till tho last line is read, and then perhaps
oasts it aside with thu remark that ho could
make a belter paper himself," Ho can bu call
ed thu "newspaper fiend" and thero aru others
like unto him. One of theso is thu chap who
kteals newspapers from door steps, front yards
and other eligible locations, aud yet another is
the fellow who subscribes for a puiier and re-
ruses to pay for It. All such will surely reap
their reward and It won t m an Icy ono.
James D, Brewer, of Muncy, caught a salmon
weighing six pounds, with a liook and line, In
tho river Immediately below Muncy dam, on
Thursday of last week.
An attempt was made" to burn tho town of
Sugar Notch, near Wllkcsbarre, on Friday
night. About a dozen dwellings and stores
were fired. Joseph, l'owonsky has been arres
ted on suspicion.
Chntunnial Awaiid. Mr. Alex, M. Lesley
of New York, whose Clothla Furnace (adverti
sed in our columns) and Zero Refrigerator, hava
becomo so popular, received for tho latter the
According to the report of the appraisers tho
total assets of the broken Pottsvillo bank of tho
Miners' trust company are only worth $203,
120, -10. This is a slim provision for the pay
ment of depositors whose claims amount to $!,
250,000. The latest novelty is a sheet-iron "cooking
chimney," made to fit an ordinary oil lamp, and
so confining Iho heat, that one can warm the
baby's mcdlcino or get up a plain stew in quick
time by placing a cup or diminutive saucepan
on tho top.
Mr. Baltzcr Leacock gave a game supper at
his saloon on Thursday night of last week, on
which occasion some dozen gentlemen did full
justice to llio delicious viands, Tho birds,
quail, snipe and woodcock were delightfully
cooked and in capital condition. On Thursday
night there was a "coon" lunch al tho saloon.
Hero is an item of interest to landlords in
tlds and other counties :
A boardlng-liouso keeper in Mercer county,
this Slate, sued a boarder, and the landlord not
Having copies 01 the late Hotel Act posted up
in ills bedrooms, the boarder was released Irom
paying Lis bill.
Tho Cor.UMntAN don't fly the Collins flag,
What's the matter with "Charley?" Nice "or
gan," ain't it ? llatteton Sentinel.
Near sighted aren't you, Jerry ? Look again
By the way, speaking of "organs" what kind of
a political tune does your paper play ?
What a ve,ir for annles this is I Thev are pel
ling in this State for from three to eight cents fur
(tistrilleiics, ten to hflecn cents for cider, and
from twenty livo cents to ono dollar for the choi
cest nicked lots. Healthy fruil. too. the doc
tors say, therefore build up your constitutions
while you can do so cheaply.
A destructive insect known as tho "carpet
bug" lias made its appearance, to the great dis
gust and dismay of house-keepers. It is entire
ly different in appearance and habits from tho
well known "carpet moth." It conceals itscll
beneath the borders of carpets nailed to tho
floor, and eats away those portions. Occasion
ally it locates itself in the cracks of tho floor,
following which it cuts across entire breadths of
carpets, leaving a lino which seems to have
been cut by tho scissors. It destroys new as
well as old carpets which, however, are not its
only food, as it infests wearing apparel hanging
in closets or laid away in drawers. Unlike
moths, it is said to prey upon cotton fabrics. In
some parts of New York state it lias created se-
pious alarm, it is advisable for our lady rea
ders lo wage instant and activo.warf.ire against
the pest should it make its appearance here.
Farmers should be on their guard. Anew
dodge of swindling has been put in operation.
Several strange men drive through an agricul
tural district. They stop at all the farm houses
aud make a contract to take all tho butter the
farm can furnish nt fifty cents per pound. Fur
ther, it will be gathered up by fast special
teams and tho cash paid for it at the door. Tho
pretense is that during tlio fall and winter, tho
large cities will bo overcrowded and that but
ter will be scarce. In this way all tho tinners
in a district aro contracted with, and arrange-
cuts are mado to come for their butter on cer
tain days and at certain points ; the contract to
go into effect in two weeks. A few days after
the departure of tho men a drovo of cows comes
along. They aro fine looking milk cows. The
farmers having a good tiling in view think
they might uo n few inoro cows. They try lo
buy lliem and the drover doesn't seem to bo
anxious to sell, r inally, however, he is in-
lucctl to sell two or three to each farmer at pri
ces considerably higher than the real market
value. Ho then departs, meets his partners,
who put up the butler job, and they divide their
profits. That is tho last thu farmer hears of
The following meetings have been held since
our last imue.
Thursday, Yeager's Hotel, Slabtown, address,
cd by 11. It. Little and John M. Clark; Cole's
Creek, K. E. Orvls j Benton, a joint discussion
botweeu C. G. Jackson, Republican and C. 11.
Friday, Madison, speeches by M, W. Nuss
and T. J. Vanderslice, Catawissa, J. O. Parker
of AVilliamsport and C. B. Brockway.
Saturday, Pole raising at Itohrsburg, an ad
dress was delivered byB.lt. Little, Jack-on,
T. J. Vanderslice, U. It. Liltlo and W. J.
Buckalew; Opera House, Iiloomsburg, speeches
by Col. Freeze, C. (f. Hartley and K. E. Orvis;
Niuncdia, C. B, Brockway, B. F. SC-irr and
E. E. Orvis; Ceitralia, C. B. Brockway and B.
The final speech of the campaign wa3 made
in the Opera Home on Monday night by (1,
W. Van Fossen !q. of Danville, flio speech
was a guoJ one and listened lo with uarne-t at
tention. Mr. Van Fossen is a fluent and animated
speaker andjliis address was leccivul with as
much genuine pleasure by the audience as any
speech of tho campaign. Thu thanks of the
people of Iiloomsburg nro duo 10 Mr. Van
Wo publish the following fashion notes think
ing ihey may prove of interest lo our lady rea
A Paris fashion letter states that the ladies
are Hearing tiny bows of ribbons fur uar-iiugs
now. Tim t lit ct is said to bu very pleaniiig,
Tim October number of tho Milliner uml
tortitinakrr, a fashion journal published in
Loudon il Paris, contains cuts of all the lat
est styles of drrsriH, and thu ladies will bo in-terei-ttd
10 know that noun of them, not excep
ting evening or wedding dresses, are cut low ill
llio neck. Allure rcprti-ciitid as closing up
11 round iho throat in a most Puritanical man
ner, in soino instances even being supplemen
ted with Elizabethan roll's.
Eveilng gloves aro worn very long, requir
ing often leu aud twelvu bullous and never less
A greenish cream color will tako Iho lead
among now shades,
'Dog-collar" bands of ftatlieis clasped wilh
tho head of tlio bird, or tied willi ribbons aro
Nicklaoesof filagreo silver will bo popular
to wear witli dark dresses.
A report lias been current for somo tlmo
that Attorney General Lear had decided that
watches nro woaringnpparel and not taxable,
Tho Attorney General deuiea that ho over
made any such decision or that the question
ever came before him. In answer to 11 letter
on the subject from tho Lancaster county
Commissioners ho says :
"If tlicy (tho watches) are wearing apparel
it does not follow that thoy aro not taxable.
Whatever tho constitution does not forbid,
the legislature may do, and a man's clothes
may bo taxed its well as his horse, his car
riage, or his cow. That his watch is a prop
er subject of taxntlou I havo no doubt, I
have never hoard it questioned, uud have
never given au opinion on tho subject."
From Mr. Jnmcs Grimes, of Ml, Pleasant,
uottitntiia county, in.
"About tlirco vears niro. our daughter now
about twelve years of ago, was sovcrely nf
fllctftl with Croup. A general Irritation of
tlio lung" followed, producing a hectic cough
wlilcli becamo almost constant, bwciiiiir 01
thi tcmnles and other Indications of Con
sumption, wcro nlso apparent mid her life
wits uespaireu ot uy tier physician, At tins
critical moment wo wcro induced toclvo Dr.
Wistnr's Balsam of Wild Cherry n trial ! nnd
nftcr slio had taken one bottlo wo found her
so much rellevod that wo discontinued us
use, Slnco that timo wo have used tho Bal
sam In our family In cases of Coughs, and
Colds nnd bcllevo it to bo n superior remedy
tor nil diseases ot tuo lungs."
CO cents nnd SI n bottle. Sold by all
Lutz St Sloan havo their full lino of Gcr-
tnnntown and fancy Stocking Yuma at ro
Tfvnu u-nnt n Aral. etnas Conk fir Heatlnir
Stovo nt bottom prices go to Harmaii aud
All parties owinc tho subscribers nro re
quested to pay the same to Samuel Snyder
011 or before December 10th, 1870, alter
which the unpaid accounts will bo collected
according to law.
aoV.UHW JIOXTOOMEIIY 04 liltOWTL
Miss Mary, those Heaver Cloth Coats nro
now in storo and belling oil. Call soon
Clnrk & Wolf.
Men's Kip Boots at Hard Timo Prices at
A full stock of Under Wear for Men and
liayH at D. Lowenberg s.
A full lino of Tobacco and Cigars, whole
salo nnd retail, at M. M. Ilussel's.
Lutz & Sloan have just received another
large lot of goods consisting of Beaver Dress
Goods, Waterproofs and a full lino of Trim
JL JI. Russell keeps tho JIngic Glycerine
Soap, eomcthnig new and nrst class.
Seven cases of Men's Boots just received
nl AT V
David Lowenberg would inform his
friends and the public that his stock is now
repleto and with all the novelties for Fall
and Winter wear.
In tho Merchant Tailoring Department
gentlemen will find all the newest and latest
stvles in Suitinirs.
Over Cpating &c, of the finest qualities
nnd latest uesigus, any ot which lie is pre
pared to inako up in City Style.
New lot of Beaver Cloths, in biact.brown
and blue, at $2 to $2.C0 and upwards, at
Clark & Wolfs.
Fino Calf Hoots at JIcKinney's.
If you want a nico large Iron Kettle go to
ilaruian and llasiert.
Boys' Kip Boots for $2.00 at E, M
Hats, Hats, Hats.
Caps, Caps, Caps.
Lowest Prices at D. Lowenburg's,
Go to E. JI. Kuorr's for your fall Boots
Children's Shoes in great variety at Mc:
Just received a full line of Cloths, Cassi
meres and Suitings for Fall and Winter
wear, nil at tho lowest prices at 1). Lowen
A full line of Green and Black Teas, cf
an qualities and prices at Kussell s.
The best Boots in town at E. II. Knorr'e
and prices to suit the times.
Water Proof Coats.
Water Proof Panto, Caps, Blankets,
vc, just received at u. J.owen berg's.
Just received, a largo stock of Heady
Mace uiotiimg at the lowest prices and in
test Btylo at l). L,oweiiberg .
Old Kstablishetl f!oal Yard.
n Mr Vr-. . C, llr. M'lw.l-.j.,!.. f. !..!
Dealers in all si7e. of the best dualities of
Red and White Ash Coal, at tho very lowest
market rates. Have constantly 011 hand largo
and Limeburner's Coal,
Especial attention given to the prepara
tion of coal btfore leaving our yards. Grain
and Lumber taken in exchange for coal.
Coal delivered to any uart of tho town at
short notice. Orders left at I. W. AIcKelvy's
itorc, or at our office, will rcceivo prompt at
tention, uiuco and lards at wiiimui JNeal
& Sons' Furnace, East Iiloomsburg. Your
patronage respectfully solicited.
COAL. 7-tf-251 COAL
Worthy of Itemesibranic.
Why will you sillier violent pain, or bo made
uncomfortable, distressed in mind or bodv.when
you can be insta.itly relieved and quickly curid
by Benson s Cnpcine Porous PiaHers. The or
dinary Porous Plaster is an article o, merit,
yet lis action is loo t-Iow, requiring days and
weekiyif continuous wear to illicl acure. Ben
son's C'apcine Porous PlaUr, being 11 great im
provement over them, lulieves you instantly
and cures you quirkir than any known plaster,
liniment or (ompound.
Their action is more powerful than electiicily
and 11101 u certain. They aro limely vegetable
contain no mineral or luilallic poisons. Their
eompoilion and properties are fouiuhd upon
true medical 'kill, aud aio in 110 sui'c a patem
mulicine. They aru cndcrjcd by thoncands cf
Physicians uud l)rug;;l-,ts of nnimpeailml, u
leputation, lis he-ng an article of genuine imrit
and worthy of public cii-ili-.leiice, Tiy I linn
and be convinced, Price 2i cults,
riUKMAC'ta-llCAL UliEWIJTi, N. V.
JIny 10, '7G ly.
Ilrll-imi'rt Cupelno 1'aimiM rht,u-riillrjir Un
tlio lYoplt, Sit I
"Tho lest, cheapest, safest, anl surest icmedyof
fared an Intelligent jieoplo." "An arilelo of treat
merit which will In a short tlmo ho found In ei ry
hoiiK-holil." '"llie aiti nil that the manufaeliurra
t lahn fur them, u hose mime alone Is a sumcicnt en
dorsement of their genulno ineills. Iho Lest
remedy known Mr ali i-Meriial illllleiiltles or local
disturbances." '1 hey aru Mgorous, removing almost
Instantly tho most Intent pain and eiiMirlngaspte
Uyciilr." "I consider them a givut anil needed I111
pioieinent over all other poious plasters, they give
prompt idler uml euro quickly; they aro held In
litgu esteem " They are now pieferreil 01 er all oth
ers. 'I hey euro where other Hurc.ua piasters Uinply
relleu-." When buffering try them awl iou will net
bo disappointed, 1'rlco v cents.
llayiia HMy MKAllUltV & JOHNSON,
Pharmaceutical Chemists, N.V.
Havo you tried Kirby'g WiidCherry Cough
Balsam t A very palateablo compound lor
the various affections of tho throat and lungs
it hashed! used with success, in seven cases
of asthma giving instant relief and in many
cases effecting a peiniiiiient euro. Prlco 60
cents per bottlo and positively warranted to
give uutiro satisfaction r r money refuuded.
Klrby'a Magic lielief for the iuatant cure
of scvero and acute pains.
Klrby'a Tasteless Worm Lozenges, pleas
unt, safe aud effectual,
Kirby's Horse and Cattle Powders aro tho
best powders for stock, manufactured. Try
them and bo convinced,
Kirby's Camphor Ice for sunburns, sore
lips and chupped hands.
Gill's Billious and Liver Pills aro recom
mended by tho first Physicians,
The above preparations are for sale by all
Druggists and dealers in medlcliio.
, , Movi:u BitOTiijCRS.
July 21,'7C.-ly Wholesale Agent.
METHODS OF BUSINESS' POINTS OF ADVANTAGE
SN THE PURCHASE OF
WANAMAKER & BROWN'S OAK HALL,
To which we Invite the Interitted Attention tnd Carehil Scrutiny 0!
-TI-IE PTJBOI-IASINa PUBLIO.-
METHODSl POINTS I
yrE hav 0 but Ono Frlco for All ;
K recolvo Cash l'nymcnt from AIL
J2 tlvo a Ouarantco protecting All...
WC ltcturn Money when Vto cannot
WE buy our goods at first hands, In
Immenso quantities, nnd at tho
lowest prices for Cnsh
WE momifttClc.ro villi cxtrciao caro
every garment wo hcll. '
WE Inspect every yard of Roods that
goes Into our garments
WE put a tlcVct on every furmcnt.
showing plainly Its quality ana
WE cut oft every Item of unnecessary
WE employ flrst-claM worlmen In.
WE give patlsfactlon to every purchaser
or return tho money.
In addition to our Immenso Btock of lteady-Mado Clothing, wo havo a Magnificent Una
or Men's and Hoy's furnishing Goods, Bhlrts (of our own make) and Underwear, all at tho
Very Lowest Trices. !
DAK HALL, -y
S. E. COR. SIXTH & MARKET STREETS,
WHOLESALE DKUG EMPORIUM.
Corner Main and Market Street
BLOOM SBURG, PA.
The undersigned having been engaged in tlio
business for tbo past eight years
dealers to their large
Ihey defy competition bv any
Theis? stools; consists of Faintsi. Oils,,
vlass? Putter, Patent
BRO "W ER' S BLOC .
"Where may be found a large
opouges, (Jhamois, Colognes, Jrerlumery and in lact everything kept
in a well regulated retail Drug Storo.
They are also Sole Manufacturers of the celebrat c
OIL OF GLADNESS.
CALL, AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
Slay 19, 'TG.-tf.
Then Buy N. Y. ENAMEL PAINT CO.'S
and save one-third tho costof HITTATTP AT 1 A TVI' painting, and geta palntthat
la inueh handsomer and will Kjll lljlH LliV j I J1L1 last twleo a long as any other
imniv. in pn-paitu reuuy lur uiu in win to ur unv uuiur
In thu country, many of hlch havo been painted six
'I his CHEMICAL PaINT has taken rirf-t Premiums at
of colors sent free. Address N.Y.UNAMEL
jj.iwa., .j , uiL-i u tui, ni',i'iuuu, wmu,
BOOKSELLER AlffB STATIOMSSR,
Dtuler in Law Blunks, Sunday School Libraries, Depositary of the
Pennsylvania Bible Society,
WINDOW CURTAINS, WALL PAPER, PICTURE FRAMES, REWARD CARDS.
Books and supplies not on hand can be furnished
On Shoj't Notice at the Most Reasonable Bates.
Store in Exchange Hotel Building, Bloomsburg. Pa.
Then Buy MILLER BROS.'
!V1!l,f,ny,0i??,e;i,l'1J1'?,t'HOS,t.fl( riTT7?ArTP A T P A I"TT P'Untlntr, and peta palntthat
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Tho wlui Includes tho mo it agreeable and etilelent i
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'1 ho erf-'ct 1 m.mi cases of dculllU, Iiikh f upp-'
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Iron conbliied wilh uiujLM Ntrtn tenle, Is moit 1
happy. It augments tho ap etlte, raise tho p-ils,), .
takes off mii6cul.ir II ibllimss, remcvi-H Ihepsllorof
debility, andglves a il-ill Tiger to the counlcn. '
Do you wont something to strcngthou you 7 Do
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jourconstltull-int Do sou wauttofeel welrf Do you
want lo get rid of uenoiwiohs? Dujiiuwaut ener
gy t Doyou want to sleep well? Do ou want
brisk aud vigorous feelings? If you do, tryKunk
el's Wlno ot Iron.
This truly valuable tonlo has been thoroughly test
ed by all classes of tho community, tint a Is now
deemed Indlipeniableas a Tonlo medicine. llcuu
but little, purities the blool nnd gives tone to tho
itomacb, reuovatcs tho sj stem and prolongs life.
I now idy ask a trtat of this valuable Tonle.
I'rleo II, per bottle. K. 1'. KUNKHI, solo I'roprh-Uir
l'hlladelphl.i, I"a. Ask jour druggist for Kunkel's
Ulttcr Wine ot Iron, nnd tako no other mnko. Sold
only In it, bottles. All others aro counterfeit, so be
ware of them.
liuy six bottles forts.
Worms Hcmoved Alive.
K. r, Kunkel's worm sirup never falls to destroy
1'Iu, Heat and Stomach worms. Dr. Kunkcl u tl-o
only successful Physician In this country fur the
removal of worms, llo removes Tajw worms with
head and all complete, allto in y hours, and no
feo until removed. Send for circular, or call ou your
Druggist, and get n otUe of Kunkcl s worm fyrup.
Price (1. It never falls. Kuv.
nits nrm is oh nut with
R DWELL & fHESMAN
. Advertising Agonts,
THIRD 4 CHESTNUT ST8., ST. LOUIS, M,
BUaiNI-8 OA 1(1)8.
I'OSTKItS, &o., a,
Neatly Mid Cheaply printed at the Colum
T LANK NOTEB,wltli orwlthout exemptlo.
ONE Trlco mesns of necessity tho I)W
ax l'rlco -
CASIt raves expensn of collections anil
leases from had debts
THE auaranteo protects the buyer who
mny not boajudgo of goods
Wo rely on Immenso fales and nro tat
lkflud with n very pmall jierceut
rtgo of profit
IT Is cny to buy of its, tlnco all aro treated
alike, nn ono getting favors that
nro denied to ethers
DICKEIltNO nnd debato nro done away
by us.overy body gets our betlth
out having to ask for It
OUll largo CTpcrleneo, capital and facil
ities wo usoforthe i?oplc'B benefit
In lowering prices -
WE fill orders reertvod by mail from all
parts of tho United States. Writo
NOT a partlclo of risk run in buying of
us. A child may buy as cnouply
would call the attention of country
and varied stock.
house in or out of the lai'irc cities
stock of 'Surgical Instruments
uuMrcu, 11 uiirnany inou-ianuaor tuo Iinesl millulng?
Kara, and now look as well a? whenilist painted
twenty of tho Mate Pairs of tho t'nlon. bamnlooarr
l'AIN'T CO., loj Chambers street, N. Y., or MILLEIl
jlay It, Jo ly,
m. i j i 1111 ,n.M in nil a n, as unv (nil
Is on miny thousands of tueilnest biilldlni.'H
stxjears. and now Iwlr as uellas when Ur..t palnti-.l.
tnentj nflhe state l-'alrsor th Union, .sample card
.,ii.i,i.H nnu.!, tvv ii uu'r sin-ui, i-neiauu, tnio.
-trt et, .V, V,
Maj U, 'tc-ty.
A .llniiiul)- .Hi x,iy.im fur Vuui u i;i-iulrr.
Hit iuii.v ili u-nu-ii n. ,i,--,s"ml u-a e. nt.i fr a
i)aaiHU- .M.mu-r and I' out! nn Ll.-i.
ow is tiik lmt, id ()t iisoi;iiii:.
.lulIX 1. sI()ltKV,
'fl UiiuJira.i.ii.SiiiKiT, llosioN.
N4V. .0, 'ja-fiw u
For war.nln; U.e:ilngi, fch'-is and churches.
Uses Cuai or , uud. I'ouinlne . man luiptuu'iuonts
lu lli-utln-r, lli-dii.inii, )n,,.i , I'uri uf Air.
ureat redacil in in jilces. .S;nd for ctttuiijuc.
1 I.X M. l.l.M V
Nov. in, 7Mw U tit W s 8.d -l . N. Y.
CKDAK VATS AM) TNKH.- for l.ivw
ers, it) i is, chemUtH, maniifjetureis and piltaie
mtulllnss. l.i:o. J, lILllllll.MtT & l'o.,
Juno K-tatv, liuttouttoixl bt., below llroad.
1" UltlIKU nOOIXS of every .Uwriptlmi,
LVlleltlng, Packing, Hose, Hoots and Mhx-f, cloth.
Ing, AC. Ill TIAItl) 1.KVICK, WIN & CO.. 7mTirt
nut St., Philadelphia, Agents NkUonal HubU-r Co,
Nkw llnvuBii KmnoM.-
grilnga,aiid Id splendid maps. Tho HKsT UOOIC
of uiilteisal kuoledgu In Iho language. Now in
eourseof publleallnn. Nl'l'.t'IMKN Willi map sent
CHAN. II. I1AVIS oc CO., lMllln.
BEST AND CHEAPEST
PIUNTINQ INK IN Til 1-2 JIA1JKKT,
lliiri lay Kl., MiW YOltlt.
$5 to $20 f&XTcb
ADMIN'lSTHATOI'.'H NOT1 .
EsTATii or iiisau t umikii, . ro.
. letters of Administration on tho est its of lllram
tamper, law of miunrloaf twp., rol., Co., deceased
havo been ((ranted ny the lteiuter of 1 ihi count lo
nnnrow.1. 1 less, or same iwp., roimmmi county.
Ailm'r., to whom nil perons Indent urn i-eqtiesled
to make pai ment. and those huWng cltiins or do
nunds ngalimt U10 sslil estate will mnkn them
known lo tho said Ailinlnlstrntor without delay.
Nor. n.-Cw. Administrator,
Tho underahrned Auditor annolnt d bv the Court
f Common iTeai ot Coiuinblacoiuitv lodtsltlbuto
tho fund arising from Kherirf'ssaloot real estate of
'I hoinai V. Kdgai-, of Scolt township, will meet tho
lint Ilea In Inteiwt for tho purpose of his appointment
nt. I.lsoniooln Hlocjinsbtlrif on Friday, Noiember 2),
1M0 ni ih 0 ciocK a, in., w ueu nnu wm-ro nil persons
Interested nro required tu present their claims or bo
debarred from coming In on said fund.
1 , 1 JJILiLuMJbl l.M,
ESTATE Of ItrtllEN I 'AllKIN'llMI, DFC'n.
tergof Administration on tho i-stnle of lletiben
ahrinirer. lato ot Lueimt townh n. columb .1 coun
ty, tun e hern erantwl hv Ilia Itf-irl.tf r nf H.iid coun
ty to Herman l'ahrlntrer and Isaiah Hotter. of !.o-
cuia -np, .mi jx-rsonB iiauiurcmims nvuinst-ine
said estrilo aro lenupsted to presenl tli m for settle
ment, aud thoMj Indebted to mako inn ment w Ithout
JlUlt.MU.A I' . lltd.Ml.U.
Oct8T,';C(lw Admlnlit rotors.
A U DITCH'S NtmuK.
J KSl.llK Of JOItS K NIT1I K Dil l).
Tho undcrslfrnrd Auditor In Make dl-ttlbutlon ot
tlio fund Hi Ur,-IminN cf Iho Admtnlttriitorof thu
estate of .lohn Kidlile, docensed, Kilt ullendtulho
duties of hHappolntn.cnt, at the omen ut l.ruckivay
ft llhvell. In lllnomsbure. on Nntui-dav. Nov. liilh.
ism nt 10 ti-cioui a in. wnen anu wnero nil persons
ii.iineia-iii Htfain-iL inu sai'i 03UUU nro reiiuiiou
to present tho sanio btoio the Auditor, or lie de
barred from comlurf In tor a i ham of .'-aid fund.
C. 11. DltoulvWAY.
Oct 20, Tfl.-iw. Auditor.
ISTATB OF KI.IZM1KTII t.ETAK, Prt U.
Tho nndersleiied Auditor on executions to tho
ucoount (f thu Adtnlidstralor of tno estato ot
j;ilznboth Loan, deceased, wilt attend to tho duties
nf hH nnuri nt ment. nt tho omeo ot c. it. K w. .1,
HucKalcH, on waturdty Nov. atth, lsTrf. at Hi o'clock
a. in., when and hero ell nelsons haMuir claims
ni;auisi, 1110 uttiiie-itaLe, aie reiunreu in jiresenr tue
same tiefore tho Audltur.ur boucbaired from coming
In for u share of tald tund.
LP.VI i:. WALLAH.
Oct. 20, 187C.-1W.
1 I ill I TOR'S NOTICH.
the matter of the salo of real ctatoof Auetn
tua 1-Teund. iho undersli-ncd nnivilntod Auditor by
nureementof narlh-s Inttiehtcd to make distribution
ot money arl-lntr from said salo to nnd amonj the
parlies entitled thereto, win meet, thu parties inte
rested fur tho purpose of his appointment at tho of.
lieu of llrocknu) tc Elwrll In liloomsbiiiifon -Moll-day,
Noemberl3th, 1STC, at 10 o'clock, a. in.
OKO. K. I.LWKLL,
Oct. 13, ts;i5-lw Auditor.
DM I XI KTHATOU'S NOTI CK.
THTATIl OF CATII.lllINn MSIIEI,, tIECKASF.O.
or Adinlnisiration ou tho estate of caiuarina
lllshel. lato of Montour twn.. Col.. Co.. deceaed
hao been cranled by tlio lleulster ot Bald county to
James V. Mct'luro of saino twp., Columbia county,
Adin i-., to whom nil persons Indebted aro request
ed to inako payment, and those having claims or
dtrnatids against tho Hatd estate "111 mako them
kuowu to tho said Administrator w Ithoiit delay.
J A. M 1.3 f. Mril.lHK,
U.MINISTK TOR'S XOTK'K.
USTATK 01' tfUWHl THUILE. nhCEASCD.
i" Letters ot Administration with tho will
annexed on tho estate of l.udnlg Thtlle, late
of Locum, township, Columbia county., l'rnn'a.,
deceased, hate been irrantidtiv thn Ilecrlst'T of said
county to Win. .Mnrtz, ot CaUtvlssa, Columbia
county, rcnnsjivania au persuiis nating claims
agalnM the estate of tho decedent are requested to
present them for settlement, nnd those Indebted to
tho estate to make payment to tho undersigned
Administrator without delay.
Oct. 13 'Ts-cw. Administrator.
estatr ni- rit,ir.r.'. nvn.. ncrnAPpn.
llio nndershrned. Auditor to mako dlstrllmtlon cf
the balance nr the funds among tin- heirs uf Charles
Iler, latent iioirtngcrvck tonshlp. d-.i-eiiM-d, 111
utti-nd to thenppolntmentnttheoniceof W.L i:jcr
lv, In Cataulssa, on Saturday, the etetenthjd.iy of
November, A. D. 1..7', at tUn'elotka. m.. tWien nn-i
where all perrotm haMng claims cgalctt the bald
estate are reiiulrcd to present tho 'nine bifore the
Auditor or bo debarred from coming in foT a shuro
cf bald fund.
Sept. 20-Iw Auditor.
ESTATE OK TKTEIt WKNSCIt, PKO 0.
The undersigned (Auditor appointed by tho Court
ot common 1" eas of Columbia county to make dis
tribution of the funds In thu hands ur Adiulhlslra
tnrs among pai Ilea entitled thereto wllltmH t all par
ties Interested for tho purpose or lilsoppulntiucnt at
10 o'clock a. m., on Wedno?d.v, November 1. at his
olllie on Jlnln street, illooni'-buig when and win to
all pi rMMs haling claims against the said estate .no
lequli-ed to present the Mime or bo dtbaritd fiolu
coining In fur a share uf said fund.
SAMUL'L KNOKIl, Auditor.
Oct. C, 1S7C-CW
rsTATl,. OK MAltV ANN BhKNlXUKII. PECBASKP.
Li-tters of AdmlnLitratlon un theeslato uf.Maty
A. lieridngcr, lato ot the Tup. ot fccott, count) ut
Coluiniil.i, ilc-ei-usud.havo been gtanted by the Kegli
ter of said euunty to.Mirnnlieniingcr.or Main t p.All
persons huMnirelaliusairumst the cstalu uf thcucch-
dentaru requested topiesent them lor settlement'
aim luusn liiueuu-u tu too eaiaie iuuiuku iinjiucni.
to mo unuersigneuauuunisiraiur wiiuoui iioiay.
Oct. c, is'iw.' AdinlnMrutor.
Mary I:. JInss, by "
her next Irlemt I
Xeph.iul.di I.. Kilo '
William 11. Moss. J
In Common Picas of Columbia
cjunty. No. 1J4 May Term lsTO.
subpioiu lu divorce.
The alias subp(ena In the nbovo ease having been
returned lion est Inventus, vou. U.usjld William II.
Jlois, are requested to appeal- ut the said Court, on
tue mat .nuiiutjy ui wt-ii'iiiui-r iii'.vt, lu annuel iiiu
cumplalnt therein llled.
C. V,. .MIl.I.llll, CIIAS S. 1 OliNWAI.D,
o n ! HANS' c o u n t s a i, u
In pursuanco of an order of tho Orphans' Court of
Columbia County, tho undersigned, Administrator
of tho estate of Kdward IaivvIs, will expose to Public
Salo on tho premises on
SATURDAY NOVEMllUR 11th, 1870,
at 10 o'clock n. m.,the follow lng described real etate
Tho undivided one halt ct a lot efffround situate
in the town ot Iiloomsburg, beginning at the cuiner
otalotof ground formerly of Thorn, it liatiliand
running theneo ulong tho east side ut East .Street
now known as Iron stivet, northwnri.Iy about fui ty
feet tu a corner of lot formerly of lioblson King
th"noobylho baiae not thenuw ard!) mo hunilt!
nnd fouite.-ii fuet to an alley, thenoe along lia- Bam"
(,uuthe.i.,tw.trdly about lurt) fiet In s.dd llaitliljl
and th.-nct- along thosimH tv.-ohi'.ndi-od uud (our'wn
kvt u the place uf iMgiunlug, (ont.ilulng eight
thousand llvu hunJred r-i-t lx tin f-ame in-nc ur
Ti-riusof Site. -Ten par cent tt cne-t ,uHl. of II..
bil.'iueeof the .nucluso uv.i-) lu be p,nd ..i ,;
auaiiigdJivn of Wi-) piupuit), thu t urt.'i I--
tb. ten hv cental the eoiillruuitlun ot i)", tu.it Hio
reLiiiiitn Umv.i.)uiii,lii one ) t)r Uu-iendei, HiUi
inti-r. st fruni oouth-i.-nnui. nl-l.
Oct. I , 1 1M.-Iif AilitiUlalor.
O K 1' II A N tjJ 0 0 U 1! T S A 1- K
In p'linuauee nf an nnlfrol I lie flrifeiwi'ijonit n
Culuuihli county, Urn nuderHtn-.-d Adn.lftUrtr.ilo:s
i the estate of t'Jtlit'U JleClo'.k.') , will l)j.vr tu
l'ublte 8ali' on llio preLilsi'SOlt
SATUKDAV, NUVEMIIBR Utli, 1S70.
at in o lis-k ,i tn ,tko fullo v lng U jJort'J nut eitMe
to-v. it :
I'lr.t-AII Hut eertiln Ton lit Htuili In tho
town uf DID i.-n-burg tu Iho Cuunty atoresjtJ,
h iiiudi-d uud ilo.crlbed as follows i Ili-glnnlng at
tho nui ih-u.is: corner of t.'allurlau strut t and bae;a
w.t iii.i vunuoitiidesu-n lln,' ejttttprd lui.g paid
oteuui- liny foot t oorner uf tut loi-uieily Hivjie I by
Clan. Urowu, lU"tiee uuh.aidly along thu lluouf
saldlitutie huu'ltisl i tut ilttr leel inure or 1,im tu
an nlli-y, theneo weitivurdly along Hjhlal.oy.llin ivtl
t- the lino of CalliJitauMni t, liunoesjuthward
I) along said street tu tne pl.us- ulb ginning.
Second. All that certain Town lot kltuute in the
said loivn of nioonisburg afuiesulJ, bjuuded and
described tut follows tu-wlt: on the V7est b) lot of
Patrick MeClosky, ou the noith by an alley, on the
east tiy lot ot William Kubb, and un the south by
blxth Slm-t Of said town ot Iiloomsburg,
Tennsct Sale, Ten per cent of one-fiurlh of the
purchase u.oney to bo paid at the sulking down
of tho property, the ono 'fourth leu the ten per
conlattbeconUrnntlon ot t..il", and tlio remaining
three-fourths In ono j ear thereafter, with interest
from confirmation nisi.
oct, m, "70.-tH Admlnlitrator.
Is taken Internally, and Po Ittvely cures lUii iuua
tlsm, (lout, M-u .dgla und I.uiiiiui'o. ;i n-ui bv
Whulesalo and Itetull Druggisls ever)Where, Kcud
IILLPIIDXHTINK ,v llKNTUJV.
Oct. C. .O.-.y. n w UrU18' WlBBitm. D. C.
a day at homo. Agents wanted. Outfit aud
terms free. 'VltUK. CO.. Auirnstu. kialnn.
Bab cock &Wyetle i Ada
oivU 10, "-ly.
Dauchy & Go's. Advt'o.
supersedes all others In price and durability. Scut
to any address for
. n uui,iinmnwiirib nnuiw.
In this and adjacent counties.
lies, circulars iroe.
C. I). IIAWSOHACO.,
Kot. lo, 7 -tw D
oil A ron St., i nua.
T It I F 1. 1 iV ti
WITH A OOI.D IS ALWAYS UANOnnOCS.
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS,
asureieinedyforcot'olts.and alt dlwaios of the
TllltOAT, LOSOS, CIIK8T aud ML COL' 8 MII.M-
l3uL up only In .'31uo boxes.
nui.if in Ai.i, iiuuuiiiniB.
C N. CntlTIlNTOS 7 Sixth Aicnue, Now York,
JIAX ADKI.Elt'S NEW HOOK. .lust published.
Will outsell anv book in the Held. This, brhihlost ot
humorous books, Is p-of usoLv UlUbUuted with most
latiKhablo pk-turesby AltTllOlt II. I'KuSf. Will sell
by reason of its tirauty and cheapness. No other
book published possessing such general fltr.rs for
uiuiiniiis 01 inu pn-sni. iimns. AgHnw wiu wiii
toiaako Hid WAOKs wanted In every town. Tempt
ing tonus and circulars sent ou application to
J. M. HTOIHIAltO ft CO..
Not. 10,'79-lw 1) 7S Chestnut St., l'hlla.
CJrat Bankrupt Salo of Jewelry.
On receipt of 50 cents we will send by mall, post-
paid, all of the following pieces of loelry,U: 1
uutrOotd Plated Knimned Hkovc llutUjns. one tct
(lold Iiunt Mdrt studs. 1 Collar ftud, l Wedding
litng, 1 Koll Plate Watch Chain andltient'a Koto
Coral Mart I'm. We offer this MHBitT bargain
niei elv to draw attention to our business, nsjwp Date
ait Kinu3 ot Matenca anu jenciry at low prices.
ft,-n lor i. aiui'jgue.
C0L2S Sc CO., 735 Breaircty, New Vir!
Nut. lo, '7C-IW D
MSr-HHADY 1-Olt AOKNTS TUB
Etesci'lbutl itsitl Illnslt-atcil,
A (iiiAt'titn I'ks Pttntpn of Its Hmtobv, Ornnd
llulldtngs, Wondeifut i:hlblls, curio- it-.os, (ireat
Dajs. etc. Priifiikrly lllintrutrd, Thoroughly Pop
ular and Vi:itY C1II:AI Is ski.umi Immensely.
5,000 AOIINT8 WANTLI), Bend for full particulars.
Tlds will to tho Ohanco uf ton jeais to Colo
Jlonev Fast. Get tho only ltell.iblo lllstory.
lll'llliAIti) linos , Publishers, 733 fcanboui Street,
PnnHnii lie Not 1 iccelved. by Premature Do'.s,
VJilUb.'Ull avumlng tola) "ufilclal," and telling
what u 111 happen In Augubt and September.
OK l'AN't'V CAItDHtt styles with name loets
iOpost patd. J. U. misled, Nassau, IteuCo, N.Y"
octii, 'tc-iw a
l'AIt.11.1 with tniP lird hx-ir-' jmcnla nt vour onn
I'Aii.tis nuurrs t .10. t.-uu innpsana nnote-
'All.tiM Kinpl.'.a ui-.-iJiioi.'-, telling an unoui
'Alt.MS Marv Kiut'. a ' i. I'.iaif. tcui free. J. 1-.
I'Alt.iis MANTUA, Dover, Del.
ff AGENTS V ANT ED FOR THE GREAT
It uisi.isp nn. .ii ..ui c i her t'Ouk. om-.ig, ui sold
TCT' 11 I'll.- i' '. d tjl i Hi' f-Vtl'J It nas V
ii(..'nli. Adda-is ..;tlui,.il i-ub.l.ildng lu., i'lilla.
" bMrupt" salT
HI' .HILTON iOI.il JXVAELUY.
Wo will send .von on receipt ot tllly ri-uin or.o null-
eh gsnt r-ngra ed su-me lliitlons, uiu set ittplrwl
--lU'l.s otie cul :ir Piitt'ili. or.o bi-uiitllul rural -.oarf
rni, uhu tientn ivnicn t mini, unit one In- .v i tailing
Itlnc. Atsive lot iiM-dln r-.-l.dl r.,r v.-,.,-,o. I'uurlots
will be M'lil, liuMp.dd. on rcivq t ,, .--:..jO. .tcvielr)
clreul.ii- five. Address W. W. lltll A en , 1-litU.
Oct. 27-4W d
AOE.NTS WANThl) 1'OIi T 1111 STOIIY OP
rlttrn tiy lutlii r. A complete ueeouur cf till-,
mi'--t ntvf-t -rlous ubd-ietlon and cxiltiiig search.
Willi f.ie simile li-tti-r.'nnil ldu--tr.it luu. outu llsa.l
otlu r booLs. one ng-nt tuok urders In ono day.
Terms liberal. Addn to.
Jons E. l-orrmt & Co., Publishers, Phlla.
Have been mianimously assigned the
!' NSICil 2 15 S7 f CtK'IStN, at !!ic
U. 3. 02JlJWS3rjlT3:AT., 2LQ7G. '
nmlaiethe uul) oi-gaifs ns.-.gntd this r.uik. Their
HUxrIiii tty thus di-Lluud, not lu ono or two res
pects uulj, but in nil liiiiui-tuttt iLahHesof an or
gan. A med.d and fUoluiua hv u al.-, bucn awarded
them, but medal, uf e puil vuluc weruawuidid all
arthles deeiued uorthy ut i-ucgnlilnn, n th-it inanv
niaki'i's eon ndveitlsu "ilrit medals" or "hlghebt
Comparative rank In excellrnee lias bei-n deter
mined b Iho Judges' I iepurtH alone, Diuhk-h Iho
.MaS'iti.-. Iluiiilln Oigaus ure unatilinuily iiwlgmj!
"l'lli; 1-Tli.sr hank lu lhoM'ver.ilrequlsltcs"cfarxh
lnstriuiK'iits, nnd nro tho unlj ones assigned this
rank, tv'c Judges' llepotts. 'llilsreHiilt wus nut tin
expccl"d, lor these urgnns have uniform!) taken
hlgiiiM awards in such cumpetltloim. Thev v.i-i-l
aviatdnd Urst im-d.ils andhhtliel linnur-. i,t Paris
s-,i Vl.'iina IS7.I. Mmtlago l-i;o. I'hllud. Iphli lbTO;
h.iih.u thus been award's! highest hunui-s at ever)
Wurld'. Lxhlliltinn at Vilihh tney lur, c compel ed, and
being the mil Aineilcauurg.uib which i-ver obtained
anv a-.M-rd lu tuiupe.
Ni iv M.vles. with lmprovementa -.hlNtcd nttht
CcnUiiiihil; elevrant new easi-s in gu-iit varit-tt.
Pile, s very lowca eunslsient wilh oust material and
w ui I.Mianbhlp. Organs sold fur cash or Installment,
or ii-ntul until tent p.ijs. Every organ warranted
tu glvo ei.tlio s.ilKr.iilli.n tu ovcry reasonable pur-eli.i-er
ur the money letuimd. Illustrated Cnta
lueui's .-cut fito ,
MAMlN & HAMLIN f-llKTAN CO. 151 TremOnt
M , ii-i.tun : ic-i t nun squaie, New lotk ; j and -i
Adam-, st , Chicago.
wm., . j' iV"rJ. ''' ..iw.i ,
J. Weaver tS', Co'a. Adv'ts.
P H T 1 4 A T 1 I jP Ml A .
Tliouands of ourrenrti'ts will visit the pnind Cen
teuii'al ilxi Iblti ui at Pliltad.'lplili. 'I In-v v. Ill want
lo M.-p ut hotels where tl.e uu-ouiHiudati-iK are
guod and the ruurfn s aru n.ity.'uaUu. Tu d hu tJuj
iuut make rdi an-.ii.geminu t fee sum. '. This
eii'i lie dune bj cuiiv.ip-iiideni-e with U u t piiut,ire
T.1I i dire tor; will he tuiind siiel. as -ii- furl) up tu
these it'.! utr, molds.
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' st i'ki: 1,1 .IJitet.liii r Uall
? C O IJ. O O IvX si .
v iiikl" ri'-in i, nl sli.tfti. Ird.. ulf'day,
HUM ops. le.pr1W
llo. n nn In- Mi'.un-d bj eu ,i spunuuivi. .
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3Un St.':e , i ow IVcit -Sccen S
lll-eitl r;';r.stn- ,M,l, lliljln'l'
lon.,11 .lllitluus . I- lllnl l.llivls 1,111.11 ,
n ei.ts I'.r l.'iy p.iiiuf-. m . w-.
I'nii LAV. ColiitHI. i.-uiiu.i.v i.H-l li
il'jrgt'i. v-. K. I'.VaI-:. ,. in, I iiiim-i
U Jul) 7 4,U.
PITTS BURG-, PA.
Tin- must Cdipiou Ini-iliiitl.iu in th, I'tuuidSufef
for i i.i-in H.iigti prmUi'iil ,aii .ulia 4l).. ingaii4
t"jri.ileiits ri-ei-ived nt niiv limo..j"
AddienN, lui-itreu.'ars ouiiLitiihur lull raitleiilant.
J, ('. SMITH, A. ITiU'ipul.
I in. w a- eu
Tli I 4
Directory Is cninu'lltcl hv
.5. WEAVER & 00..
, 'Ur"! t- Ailx t ((sill); .p,citv,
lit) Snillhileld street,
Ihnnch oT.ce, ISM Maikct stieet, Phlla.
ON SHORTEST NOTICE AND AT THE
MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
X VOlt BALK
AT THE COLUMIJIA OWIOE .
J I iV LIST I-OIl SPIX'IAI, T1.U o
ViiMnLti 7tli, 187(1.
Dea- er-I'aiil Fry.
Dent n-ttuwn Krirnt,
Wo n-Iw1a IttttbM, C. II. IIoutI, n. K.
8har)i jm, Thomss K. OeddH, .lacob Rehujl- r, Wm.
jtmind rs, Joseph Miarptss, 3. II, Blocker.
HiUi creek -eteplien MlehMl.
ottr Tims-John II. llaftzel.
Cent 'r-Iamw Inwlbendsr, Wm. Phaffcr.
l'ras tliu-c. U. Artley, Win. O. I'Ishcr, Daniel
"rer.vwood-itlrnm O. Ktub, A. W. Dewlt', Wrn.
Iljer, tntu rrlrelrleoe, fiamuel JlcIIenr, II H.
Hen 'wk-I'owoll rolk, P. P. Harris John Met.
Iien-t-Franklln Hatljr, Lucas Vahrlhtr- r.
Mad ion John 0, NoTltn.
lt. . leosant 4. J, Ikeler.
Bcotr-Tlwmaa Crcvelintf, William 1'ottl', J. 8.
Rug- rloat-James IVnnlnfton.
Ik r ofITaitsks oiiFe iTk I) I OR
IIIAI, AT THE ADJOVItSEI) COL'ltT OV NO-
H.MIJKU 27th, A. 1). 1HT0.
William Drown et al. vs. John Brown's Ei'ra.
Kll eudlg vs. Daniel Morris.
Job. J. Mollcnry vs. 1). L. W. It. IL Co.J
Ho" 'tnln Wlnterstpcn vs. William Huuh' m
Klin- Miller vs. I'. A It. it. H. Co.
Join, Mot'nlla's HxT Ta. Goorga J. I.ueo ct at.
liar - MoAlarney et nl. vs. Simon 1
Jar. 0 H. lllnderllter vs. William M n
A. V SharretW et al. TU. Itobert r. lfn
A. I . gharretts et al. vs. David Ktr jup.
D. r 8e)berl vs. Joljn I'. Creiisy.
Dai, ft Smith vi. John II. Kimble.
Join a. Jacony v. 9. A. Wfl-xm.
lleuuen KUner vs. D. r. Seybert et al.
Hccond National Dank of Tltusvillo vs. J. A. Lo-
Tim ft Brother vs. 1). r. Daliman.
Dar el A. lleckley vs. W. II. llradp-y.
11 tn.tn School Dlst. vs. Peter J. Iui i ct al.
Catharine 1 loss's use vs. John sua : .
I. . HcKelvy vs. William Shaffer t al.
John Woodlde ,t Co. vs. D.inlel Morris.
J. S1 Dowltt vs. Samuel Crevellng.
A. 1.. Turner vs. Klma Hester.
J. t . Irwln's'use ve. Jeete A. Losec.
it. l'ltANi; z.vnn,
Oi t. D7, 187i). P' ut u. mu .try.
ORPHANS' COUET BALE
John Wenner, Administrator of Solrmrn H"rs,lato
of FKilHgcreek township, deceased, VMU exjoso to
publl . .Tnle ou the premises on
SATURDAY, NOVEMDKil 1, 1
at ton o'elotk In tho forenoon, all that c rtaln
IvOT OK anouND,
sltua In rlBhlngcreck township, afor. said, boendi d
and (b'scrlbt-d us follows, to-vv It : until. ,sor h by
Turin v enner on iho Kast by William ltot'.m nnd
Unas I'.ender, on thelSouth and it, by uillam
Uiud'-rbach, uml containing TWO AiTILS moro or
lees, on whlLlinro erected a
S'lOl.v-ANn-A.IIALV K1LU1U UOT JE, A D RN,
'i i'l MS OP SAI.K Ten per cent, ot onMourth cf
thu p rthase nionej lo b puld at the htrl..tng down
cf tie property, the uue-fouitu kss ihc I n y. - -ent.
at the '-unllrmuilon ot sale, and tiJercin..1nle ttireo
tj-iMI , in uiic jear thereatttr, vh'A inter .tfrora
cu'i '.,.i.ulluu ulsl.
Oct. n, ls-s-ts A" i.).il rator.
Valuable Tkal Estate
Ti" Tionl L'state of Joseph Culuman, h- . of fi.,h
Ingcieil; town-hip, Columbia county is tr tale.
Piorei-ty consists of about
ONE HUNDRED ACRES,
cf first (piallty of land. There Is on the pr tiisc3 a
IJIUCIC DWELLINO 1IOU.SE,
a good bain,
k. 5i.W MILL
wiai good water power and guod fruit, for fur-
thu- 'nforn-.ation apply to
Executors of Jo.ph Coleman.
Stli: Water. Col. Co., Oct. '.'7, 'lo-tw.
11 Irtue of a writ uf PI. l'a. Usucd out of tho Court;
of Common Pleas of Columbia county nnd to rno di
rect -.1, will be exposed to public sale on th premi
ses ,.t uue o'clock p. in., on
riUDAV, NOVEMBER 17U, 157G.
All that certain lot nt ground f,!tuate-in tho Tjor
oughof cotd ralla, Columbia count,, Pa,, bounded
and deacrliK.il aa fuliows : On the north h) Ilallroad
st nn !, mi-,! by J. II. .Johnson, soum by nn u'l y, and
v.eii uy Thtm.is How ell, being 6" r, t front and 140
fe"t dceji, whereon aro erected a ttab! nnd lco
selwJ, taki'ii Into cnciti'in and tabo bold as
the property uf Cjnrad Pollani
oo.MJlTIONS or SALIi-Purchascra must pay
ten per cent, of thu purchase mon ), c at least
enot.u to cover all costs, at striking do .not sale,
olh-.i i. l.-e pruperly U bo resold at on
C. S. TO..NWALD,
KaerlTs omc, fheriff.
( iob r 17, isto.
C"eiidi;i-. tu(l. P. KOWELL CO., New Yolk, fo
IO I uiuihlu cf l-o isges, ccrjtulr.lrg lists cf su
nuvv.-.papeis, OEdi'ttlmatcatihovvli gcost of advettl-stnir-
Farm k MlllPSiyfor Sals or Pi
Tl- lann and mill property known as the Jacob
Yuhe mill property, in wlli'ln tounsht ' i f ir. ale or
ri-i't iCveiy thing Is in lu-btelus comiiii id. A roro
chance foy n good miller. Terms eas- . Apply i.oou
JOHN Vr. EVAN.'.,
Thi Clm'pext Sottp t!ml ran b- r
' it.J Ji't'W.I'll .-
i On,' I or vi hi n- .is ni ,i- t
i or, Ui'r in,- t.-vl -i . i
d .i -u.ii,', i r I..,-',' tiuu to.
"uthes are trrde
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-li IliLkut ui
1. 1 i
1 ro'ipi fur tiuuuum,
,,. huleiu tke 4ei)ju i.
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IVtt'ltiu fer A ppf I lit men tut ou a ! :
i:uL- lu toko Dcpcfcitlous.
N.d r Ui llubt, Mllh v'uiaesiluli,
' " Akstiltipktt,
Moc-haiile U n.
4 ej i ti, ii l. oi 3,M 1 1 1- huii'l i ui.
PejUliin fi r mini i't al Uitiil - sei Ms i
JL.slii.WB 1)1. 1.
Hi.'.'i'oju u!, hummoni, Wui i a 1 1 - .
I.i SCH M
1 ( 1' U
hull Court Kale .
1(1' r' "0
.a t --u
listalilii s Miles...
.MajiLnue uml t ond.
AliVllillSuf NultM...,. ... .
II, eelpL,. Null's, Hcnool Ql-du . 1. i-t
Orflurn. neutlj bouatl, Mmtunii) uul .
tu ta Ut r uu butt uotlee.
Wemc pi'i-paiidto doueatu- jiby
nthtr ufrke Imiuii cu-outy.
UlioCKW A ,i l
KUlloi Hi i .ir
OP EVERY DESlliraON
EXECUTED MOMPTJ Y
At the Oolumiiian OrriCE