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THE COLUMBIAN Al PEMOCRAT3LOOSBURG, COLUMBIA COl NTY, PA.
BXOCXtfAT XLWKA, Editors.
Fr,ldny. May 11. 18 77.
" TnE SKff JAIL IN I'OIMT.
Tuesday erenitig tlie 8tli lnt.,Jiavlug been
lixcd liygrMmcut!M the time when the argu
uieut oralis preliniluary Injunctlonlrcstralii
ing the (tomuiimloncro from proceeding on
tbe contract to troot tho new jail would he
htsnl court conveued at that time ruJ tho
case .was argued. Meters. .Uuckalew, Knorr
aud ttarkley Hie.ireJ for tho plalulitl'u in tin.
Bill In Equity ii-klng for nu injunction,
Messrs. Cotnly ami Froeie fur the County
CdmmioionerH, mui Ualdy ami Ikelcr for
Charles Krug, the contractor. The complaint
ra read, aul. a uuiaber of affidavits of
architect) and contractors wero presented,
showing that the jail can be built for a le
sdru than the bid nu which the contract was
awarded, to-nit, $00,975.00, and atleglnp
that tbe bids were not fairly considered ,wcre
Improperly opened by the commissioners in
the vault of their office, and that Charlie
8. Vtael, thearchitcct.had not acted fairly
to alt the bidder., and 'hat he, the c,iniiil
ainneM and Charles Krug (fid conjilrsl to
gather for the purpose of securing the con
tract at a high price. On WeJueslay morn
Itig the hearing wrs continued, when the de
fendants read uflWavits contradicting th
allegations of tho pWlntitTs. Tho entire
day was occupied in the argument, Gil.
Knorr opened for the plaintiff, Col. Freeze
and Mr. Comly followed for defendants, and
Mr. lluctcalew cloied' the argument. Th.i
caw excited great Interest and during tho
whole time tlioCiart Home wad filled with
anxious taxpayers, The Court hold tho cx-e
At a Cabinet meeting held last Friday it
was decided to postpone the e.ttrn session of
(Jongresafrom tho 4th ot June until tbe Hub.
of October, The reasons assigned are that
the business of the country would sorter
from the heated discussions that would en
aue, and members of Congress would be in
convenienced by having to remain in Wash
ington during the hot days of summer. It
seems more probable, however, that the true
reason Is, that Hayes has given up the hope
of securing an Administration Speaker for
the House of Representatives if the House
meets in June and accordingly postpones
the meeting until later in the season. The
difficulties that immediately present them
selves are numerous. There is no appro
priation for the support of the army, and
the troops must be kept In service on tho
supposition that Congress will make an ap
propriation in October. Butthe House is in
clined to the belief that the army can be re
duced to 17,000 men and will also think that
the appropriations hitherto made aro too
large if the army can exist three months
without money. The Navy, too, is in a had
way. Robeson used tbe appropriation for
pay, for other purposes and the men have
not been paid since April 1. There has been
some plan patched to up carry the Depart
ment, over until October, but it is sorry bu
siness at the best and will be apt to lead to
trouble hereafter. The House, it will be re
membered, insisted at the close of the last
session, on having a clause inserted in the
Army bill prohibiting the use of the troops
in Southern State for political purposes.
Wbat.etfect the withdrawal of the troop
from Louisiana and South Carolina will
have in this regard remains to be seen. It
is quite likely that a reduction of the twee
will be warmly urged.
New complications are arising daily in the
positions of the various great powers which
bid fair to result seriously. Greece is more
tffan anxious to take arms against the Turks.
Kbumania is in open revolt against them and
fighting between the Roumanian and Turk
ish forces has already occurred. Austria's
attitude in menacing and her troops have
THE PEOPLE AROUSED!
The "Columbian" Endorsed I
Any additional names will bo
added ou request. Silence now is
consent to tho iniquity.
To Joitx Hcnxnn, .Toskhi E. Sands and
Silas w. McHknry Commissioners of
columma county !
The undersigned citizens of said County
respectfully represent to yourboard that they
are opposed to tho erection of a County l'ris
ou upon the scale of expenditure contem
plated In the recent proceedings, and are
of opinion lltat the said Prison should be
erected upon tho West avnllablo and sub
stantial phut iiii'l contract which can bo so
curedfor the snue, affording sufficient ac
commodations, mil not upon au ohjectional
location at high cost. Aud in view of the
complication and popular dissatiifnction
whic1! have arisen over this subject, ttiey re
quest your board to dUinl's or suspend pro
ceedings tor erecting apriBon upon the Wet
zel plan involving an expenseivhlch will be
unreasonable and oppressive.
C. 11. Urockway,
N. U. Funk,
C. R. Bnckalew,
Hutu. U. kittle,
Cha. U. Rarkley.
U It. Little,
A. C rf-nith.
rlervv E. 8mith,
.1 .Im M. Clark,
U. O Seal,
Frns 1'. Drinker,
L. N. Hoyrr,
U It. ircnt-ah,
n. Prune Zorr,
M. W. Niiii,
F. 1. flitlaeyer,
fleo. V. Sterner,
B. F. Ilartman,
H. O. Hartmao,
T. W. Giintou,
J. K. Ever,
U. W. Kahlgr,
M. S. Williams.
W. M. Reber,
S. M. Prentis.
Tlmm is Hiiwiiiiw,
C. M. Mrir,
. E. Orris,
1'. W. Orvhv
J J. Erowei
John K. Grotr.
A. L. Turnor. '
Goo. E. Elwe'J,
C. It. Chrlstman,
W. H. Abbott,
John S. PhlliSpo.
T. B. Uartmec,
S. L. rotter,
C H. Dietrfct,
T. W. Puree!,
Wm. r. iidv,
F. P. Harris,
John O. Moure,
I. W. Moore,
H. D. Appleroas,
John H. Pooley,
S. J. Marshall,
n. v. Appleman.
W. E. Smith,'
Wm. It. Shoemaker,
J. U. fliuet,
John II. Wilson
Wm. M. Uartnao,
J. A. Harris,
E. D. Leldy,
T. O. Cleea,
rostfonliR the Extra Session.
Tho postponement of the extr.i session of
Congress till October was carried In face of
the actual business interests of the country,
In view of political contingencies the Presi
dent did not care to meet. Notwithstand
ing urgent reasons for calling tho extra ses
sion of Congress at once, tho President took
counsel of his prudence and pushed tho evil
day as far away as powihle, liecause unwlt
ling to face an opposition vhlch may have
proved too powerful, and at any rate would
have provpd exceedingly troublesome. The
Democrats hold the House, and need less
than a hall dozen votes to control tho Sen
ate ; and thero nro disaffected itopuldlcnus
enough to unite witli the Democrats ami give
them actual coatrol of Congress and block
It is well known that ther.' are Di-mocrats
who are determined if piwihlo to push their
opposition beyond measures of public poli
cy to an inquiry Into the lltla ot the Presi
dent tohtsotfice; and itisiiuposaihletotcll
wlmt such an inquisition milit lead to, save
that it would prove preju liolal to the busi
ness Interests of the country in tho highest
arec. Tho I'resideut win obviously fright-
ncd away from his original design by these
political cons!deration. Tho postp luuinent
was a shrewd stroke of p illcy o.i his part
but it was neverthclttMii sacrilba of solid
business interests to a political exigency;
and ono which brings out the defects of our
present system of government in strong
There were hut two courses open to the
Preddent under the Constitution ho could
itlit-r ilishttnl lhn army or cull au extra aes-
siou of C'Hurrs'. to make piovia' .ii for its
siipMrt 11.' doe neither. TV old parch-
mont which Americin pretend i veneratn
has another liolo mi ls through it i.lready
torn and broken provisions. L?t thlj point
bo distinctly understood, fho Crmrtitu'ion
has beconiB a figment which nab-sdy In rd
much when it itandj in tho way of n pre
The Secretary of the Navy is thinking ot
asking Congress for an appropriation ol
$509,000 to fit out eight vessels should the
war in Europe render them necessary. We
earnestly hopo Oongrt&s will do no such
thing. Robeson spent millions ostensibly in
fitting up vessels for service, and the navy
to-day exists only in name. There is hard'
ly a possibility that thU country will be.af-
fectod iu auy nianuer by the war between
Russia and Turkey, aud an appropriation
will result only iu patching up, some of the
unseawurthy hulks which Robeson and his
ship building friends have been tinkering at
for years. Let the Navy alone until it falls
to pieces of its own weight. If any money
is to be spent, let it be in bunting up some
of tho workings of the Department uuder
Robeson perhaps it could be ascertained
what becime of the $1,000,000 arising from
the sale of tbe Philadelphia, Navy Yard
The United States Navy is in such a condi
tion that it would require millions of money
to place it on an equility with that of any
one of the Great Powers,aud $500,000 would
be but a drop in the butket of expenditure.
Geo. W. Ueagle,
A number of petitions are in circulation
but have not aayet been received at this
Judge Schaeffer of Utah rendered an im
portant decision rt Salt Lake City, a few
days ago, in the divorce suit of Ann Eliza,
a wife of Brigham Young against her bus
The Judge decided that the plaintiff was
notentltled to a decree of divorce, the alle
ged marriage being polygamous, and there
fore null and void ; also, that "during the
time plaintiff was with defendant as polyg
smous wife, be wag serving him as a menial
servant, and would be entitled to reasonable
compensation for her service ; but, having
received Intbia instaace, in tbe form of ali
mony ptndtnte lite, more than such services
are shown by the proof to be reasouably
worth, she would go hence without further
The importance of this opinion will be
seen at a glance. The numerous wives of
Rrigar Young and other have no legal ti-.
tie to. their positions, their marriage being
contrary to law and consequently null and
voidL If these unfortunate women have no
rights which the law acknowledges, how
can the law tolerate the existence ot the
been sent to the frontiers. Derby, tbe Kng- system of polygamy which is both illegal
lisb premier, has sent a reply to the Russian and against public morality. Mormonism
circular which is very bitter in its tone ait has boen long enough a disgrace aud a
is thought by many toevincedecided hoatili- shame to this country and it is ful time
j . I. r . . . t l. . . . ... . .
iyio nussia. ureal exenemem exeis- in I mat decisive steps stioulil be taken to sup
England and great difference of views pre-ljiress liu Bigamy elsewhere than in Salt
Tails. The news from the seat of war is 1
very meagre and what little baa been re
ceived is not deemed reliable. On the Dan
ube nothing has been done, Russia probably
being guided more by diplomatic than mili
tary motives.. In Russia in Asia large bodies
of troops are at or near the fortified city of
Kars and the first great battle will doubtless
take place there.
Like City is punished and tho crime la no
warse in other places than there.
Polygamy is monstrous and opposed to
right and decency and its destruction is
loudly called for.
It is reported that tbo Hon. Ilendrick B,
Wright, a distinguished Pennsylvania Con
gressman from the Molly Maguire district.
is going to introduce a bill to rid tbo State
of tho lawless and surplus population of the
mining regions. Ills bill provides that the
Federal Government shall furnish these law.
less and surplus people with teams, farming
implements aud money, and superintend
their transfer to the remote West. He
thinks that tho enterprise will not cost more
thau $5,000,000 . This plan ii km practical
and less sagacious than that advanced u
couple ol mouths ago by Mr. Hayes, who ar
gued that the best way to suppress crime
and poverty is to catch your criminals and
paupers young aud lock them up in institu
tions where they will have no opportunity
to commit felonies or misdemeanors, and no
e"Scuse for being poor. A", y. ).
Both the Cabinet and, tho President's policy
are upon trial, and will bo judged according
to theicihiits. At this moment they are nei
ther sustained ly an overwhelming prepon
derance of public opinion, ascertain journals
anxious to become "organs" ansuine J uor
condemned by public opinion, as other jour
nals, desirous of leading tho opposition, as
sume Tho true attitude of public npinionls
that of watchful mid friendly expectation, ac
companied by n proper suspension of final
judgment. The President is sustained in to
far as that tho nation approves of his avowed
purpoao tosccuro peace and good will through
out the Uuion J hut tho nation waits to sec
whether the steps ho takes toward that end
will bo right steps and successful fteps It
waits, as wo said above, with friendly expec
tation : but not with premature judgment. It
hopes and believes that tho President will do
no wrong, and it carne.vtly desires that ho
may bo abundantly successful; but, ii thoso
hopes and dci-iros flmukl unhappily be disap
pointed, tho American pcoplo aro neither
timo servers nor man worshippers, and will
not withhold just ccusuro if it ever becomes
apparent that censure U really deserved.
The Galveston A'cim puts tho matter very
neatly when it says that "the fertilizing aud
stimulating bayonet gave the Southern De
mocracy a growth that was truly phenomenal.
It was this kind of cultivation that massed
the great body of honest and intelligent
white people and the less ignorant and more
public spirited colored people of the South
under the Democratic banner in the Inst
Presidential election, and made tho popular
vote of tho Southern Stales solid fur Tilden.
No other kind of cultivation could have pro
duc.'d oilt'h a enip il IVnifcrntie vole."
But the two iuiitiuiio'tiiit. tiruielinn
the Government are virtu llv -"fiver against
eacS othrr In hostility vhii tln-v "Irml.l h
h irnmnizt'il. Cngre I l"ft free ti pi t
in ono direction and the I'rv'ldent t.i pull in
the other, aud th.- bu-i ' .. .iin'.ry i
torn asunder betw -tu tlie t.vn. Tins deti t
ought to he remedied by some provision
through which Iheso two leading branches
of the Government shall be cntirelv harn c
nlzed. Either the country should have a
constitution that meets its actual wants or
none at all. N. Y. Graphic.
A portion of the Mansard roof of the new
post-office in New York City fell in on May
lst,crushlng a number of workmen and kill
ing three of them. Tho disaster was caused
by the immense weight of the roof breaking
tho girders. Mullett was tho architect and
the country will not therefore bo greatly stir-;
prised to hear of the accident, the only won
der being that tbe walls did not fall at the ;
Rev. John Miller, ou trial for heresy be
fore the New Brunswick Presbytery ,wos con
victed and deposed from the ministry until
he should renounce his errors. Tbe vote on
conviction and deposition was unanimous.
Mr. Miller was convicted of teaching that
tho soul is not immortal, but dies with the
body and is revived at tbo resurrection ; that
Christ inherited the sin of Adam, aud need
ed and obtained redemption by his own
death ; and that there is but one person in
WAT.LKI1 CAMI'ItKLL At IlloomsbUlY On MA
set,!!, by liiv. Stuirt Mitchell, assisted oy Her. I).
waller ana itev, ii-j,.waner, jr.. iieo. r. wauer,
1)., ot llertvlcL-, ra to' Miss Etta J. Campbell ot
llAUTMAN-AITLEMN-On Saturday tbo 8Ui
'nst., by Itev. John McCron D. II., Charles L. Hatt
man to Miss Uicy A. Apptcman,both ot Dock Horn.
CIt AWTOItD.-In M Pleasant oa the th,pt April
'It. Kdwanf Crawford, nged to years. laontus and 0
Ito was thn father cf twelve, children hid 81 grind
children and 4 great-grandchildren.
M ARKETRE POUTS.
Wheat per busho! f 1 .00
(!nro. new. " .. M
u&ts, " " . "
h lour ner i.arrei iu.w
I'lorcraceil ... ; !.
.Irled Atmlea I
si le x shoulders u
Lard per pound K
Hay per tun li.'
lie? hwax tr.
No. 4 on Wharf f 8,10 per Ton
No.B " " 18.00 '
No. 8 " " S .) "
Hlacksmlth's tump on Wbarf 83 40 "
" Ulturalnniis " 4 H) "
k. r. kunkcl's mrrKit wink of ittoi.
It has never been known to fall In the curoo
weakness, attended with symptoms of Indisposition
to exertion, loss uf meuwry dimculiy of breathing,
weakne3. h jrror of illwas.), night s.veats. eld feet,
weakness dlmn4i of vl'loa. ling lor, unlvcm .1 las-
sltud'ottho mil. u ir system, uiornms appetite
with it bpeptlcijm turn hot har..ls. Hushing of tho
bo.lv. drin.m(.r ti.it sklu. tullld ciunteuauce and
rrtiiitbui on the fj.e, purttylug the blodvp lain
the ni k, h.-avlniiot the eyelids, frequent black
pot, ll)1u li-tjri tu'iejea, ltn s HT..nlon andlo-s
of s gin, vaiit of )duntl jn. et s. aol.l o.i'j In Jl vol
tlo lict tn.i den ilaa l)(Kc and nirlcd. an. North
.NPitn M., IMillidelplila dvlfrert. Aakfirtt. f.
Xu k. I'm liltt r '.M:io of lruu. and take no other
muko. ilcnuluu sold only la St boctb.
NKilVOlM DEU1L1TI I NEUVoL'S 1IKBIL1TT I
Debility, a d.;iroivd Irritable state ot mind, a
.veak, nervous, can lusted f. ellng, no energy or aul
mutou, c)ntted noa.l, weak inumory the coLae-
iiuenccs of excesses, mental '.vcrwork. This nervous
ileullty flndsa aoierelgn cure In B. P. Kunkel's
Hitter '.Vino ot Iron. It tonus lho sj stem, dispels
the meuUt.gl.xini and despondency, and rejuven
ate3 the entire system. Sold only In fl bottles Get
tha genuine. Sold by all druggists. Ask for E. K,
Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron, and take no other
OenuUie sold only la (I bottles, or sU bottles for $3,
All I ak Is a trial of this valuable medicine. It will
convince the most skep.lcal of Its merits.
NEVEIt PAIUNO WORM SYRUP.
E. P. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never falls to destroy
Pin. Seat and Stomach Worms. Dr. Kuokel Is the
only successiul physician who removes Tape Worm
In two hours, head and all complete alive, and no fee
till bead passes. Common sense teaches It Tape
Worms can be removed, aU other warms can be read'
Uy destroyed. Send (or circular to Dr. Kudkel, w
North Ninth ftrcct, Philadelphia, rs., or ask your
druggist for Kunkel's Worm Syrup. Prloo 81 per
oottle. It never falls, used by chldren or grown
persons wlta perfect safety. May.
William M. Evarts, who was made Secre
tary of State iu payment of services rendered
lhe defendant, in the case of the People vs.
R. B. Hayes, before the 'Electoral Commis
sion, is a thrifty soul and does not intend to be
content with the barren honor of a Cabinet
position. Mr. Evarts la a lawyer, and a good
one If a practice worth $50,000 a year is a
An explosion of gas occurred in the
Wadeaville mines, near St. Clair, on Wed
nesday morning last, which resulted in the
Wiling and wounding of -nine men and the r,r00f nnd declines to give up his business
jmiriuuiug oi i.i u uiucis. wi mese im- tor tue JIO.UW salary ot secretary ol btato.
prisoned men four were subsequently found So be practices law as usual aud runs tbe
dead. It U probable that the deaths will CabJuet business when nothing more profit
number ten at least. ay s Intervenes. If the demands of the Bute
The Mine Inspector attributes the disaster ixrartmcnt cars be met by the subordinate
to the fall of a heavy body of coal which officials of that bureau, why have aBecretary
liberated a large amount of gas that hail i a 7 jf the duties, on tho contrary, are
accumulated in one of the old unworked I constant, and eugrosskog.why not have some
nreasn. An unprotected lamp was lounu one who has time to attend to them ? Mr,
near wbere tlieuead men lay which probably Evarts should give up one or the other, either
lgnlteu tue gas. 1 ne uoroner s inquest win j,ia practico or his 'appointment. He Is not
doubtless bring out facts to show the real I so wonderfully able that he can creditably
cause ot tue disaster, lhe wauesviue miues 1 fill n position by intermittent attention which
'urebut a snort distance from rottsvllle and 1 required the whole care of his predecessors';
On the morning of the day after the Pre
sidential election of November last, des
patches were sent from Republican head
quarters in New York to the chairmen
of the Republican State Committees of South
Carolina, Florida and Louisiana, instructing
them to hold fast those States for Hayes and
Wheeler. The machinery to execute these
instructions was promptly put in motion ami
the scheme of Zith Chandler and bis con
federates iu due time received the sanction
of tho Electoral Commission. To-day, how
ever, in spite of all tho fraudulent preten
sions which were set up, each of tbe above
mentioned States has a Democratic Govern
or and Legislature. This fact aione is a suf
ficient commentary upon the validity of
HayeV claim to bo President of the United
Last fall A. P. Barber, Republican, had a
majority of over 900 for Prothonotary of
Luzerne county. His competitor was S. W.
Trimmer, Democrat, then Prothonotrry, who
contested the election on the alleged ground
that be was defeated by fraudulent votes,
Barbel obtained bis commission from tho
Governor, but Trimmer refused to abdicate,
claiming that under tbe act of 1839 he could
hold over until the contest was decided. His
opponent maintained that tbe actot 187-1 re
pealed the act of 1839, and took possession of
the office on January 1, at night. Tbe next
day Trimmer captured the fort. Barber had
writ of quo warranto issued, aud Trimmer
was ousted by order of tbe court of Luzerne
county. To-day the Supreme Court reversed
the action of the court below, and Trimmer
will assume tbe functions of Prothonotary
until the contested election case is decided.
which will scarcely be within 4 year.
According to an Associated Press tele
gram from Washington, gentlemen of botn
parties arriving from New Orleans are en
thusiastic ever the results of the recent pa
cification. Republicans are credited with
saying that the colored people are treated
better than ever, and Governor Nicholls and
his party have thus far shown themselves
sincere in their efforts to promote the inter
ests of all, regardless of race or politics.
A terrible land slide has occurred oa the
Veillct river, it St. Genevieve parish, 100
miles east of Quebec. More' thau an acre of
land slid down a bank eighty feet high,
burying a saw and grist mill and a dwell
ing, and turning the course of the Btream.
The bodies of a woman and her three chil
dren and an aged man have been recovered
and it is reported that five others perished.
been considered as well
Tbe New York World reports that Mr,
Wayne McVeagh of Pennsylvania, one of
the Louisiana Commissioners, expresses th0
opinion that in that outraged State Tildeu
and Hendricks were elected by a decided
majority. If this report Is true, it simply
shows that Mr. McVeagh has allowed ludis
putable evidence to govern his conclusion.
Aud yet where would Hayes be if Returning
Under tho circumstances tho people can as
ill afford to put up with a portion only of bis
time, as he to relinquish his professional
The Philadelphia Timtn, tit, Hayes1 most
enthusiastic organ. Is delighted with the
postponement of the extra session ol Con
grcss as much so, in fact, as with tbe "fv
uancial policy of tho government," whatev
er that may be. In fact it is a little difficult
Board Wells bad not doctored the vote of to tell in just what respect Hayes cau be
Louisiana. I surpassed as a President. The Timtt still
speaks of the Packard and Cbatnberlai
Now that Chamberlain and Packard have goveiumeuts as "usurping," but that seems
been disposed of, tne uinciuuati tonqmnr 1 to be more for the puriiose of keeping up it
desires the President to give his attention to I title of "independent" thau auytblug else,
Vice President Wheeler, because it "wants I Pity that McClure doesn't want some kind
no men iu office who were not elected." of an office he might have beaten Held
Which the tame is sarcastic and wicked. I Marshal Halstead for the Turkish mission
, although McClure does not hall from
The Atlanta Conttiluthn asserts that there Ohio,
are men in tbe upper counties of Georgia
who have never heard that the war has John N. Gully, a prominent Democrat
ceased, an are still hiding through fear of I l)e Kalb, Miss., was waylaid aud assassiuat
rapture. I cd on Thursday last. L ion affidavits of tw
negroes, several alleged assaulm were ar-
The Secretary of War has issued an order rested, and on Sunday aftercoon a large mob
discharging 3500 euUtcd men from the army I of men fired upon the prisoners, killing four
between this date and the 1 it of July. or them and mortally wounding a tilth.
Torwutlger, Andrew, grocery store It f 00
tardrr. CP. lumber and hsrdwaro II
KiinsUio.C. It. d.ialer In coal 14
lar.l.T. Tnoma. K. iiirnuurn store n
OeaiiK-r, s. II. general merchandise 18
luie, iu. 11. efiu juru .... . "
inltlla Abbott, dealers In lumber: coal 14
lohn. J. c ion. mineral merchandise 18
harples3 A Hons " 11
liariilinn, wminul. lurnimru more .
Mauhart, (leorgo, shoo end boot store 14
lohn, Wfniam, stove and tin ware 14
mllh,.t M diugs and harduaro It
Helnard. H. D teiixral merchandise 14
Cloavcr, A. II. stoves and tinware 14
rortner, K. I'. & -on. general Merchandise 14
iiver, r. general utercnanoise is
Oranire Wintam. merchandise
sceshsltz, 1 II, grocery et'ire
Mile lirotner, general merchandise
Illh..rt Kllnn '
ootU (leorgo C. dry goods
C. o. general merchandise 14
Millard, o. II. " is
Mencli, Adam, Jenclrvftore 14
Michaels, O. IV. grocery istore 14
I'hornton, Annie, confectionery 14
nryson, It. s t'o. g-nerat merchandise 10
Mack, D. 1'. groct-ry storo 14
Moran, lohn boot and shoo store 14
l)aK Oeorge, Jr. ilr ig tore 14
former, A u. stove tin warn 14
Trautman, V, C. general merchandise 14
.ramerman, J. M general merchandise 14
It -xlcr, 11 11. " " 14
im lhbach, n. P. " " 14
It iwll, 11, M, " 14
il .rrH.ni, .tared " ' 14
Slullciiry, J. P. " " 14
Thomas D. ILutnuK. Atisnr luxnu,
TEAS, CANNED FIIUIT,
Spices of all kinds, Glass & Qnsonswaro,
Foreign and Djmostio Fruits,
AND GUN ERA Li LINK OF
Itussell's Old Stand,
4lh door below Market street, IUooraiburg, l'a.
' tF" Ooods dell crtd to all parts ot the t .wn,
sprll T, 'IT-lt
L EG AL ADV ERTI6EMENTS,
HtlnN 1 BTHtCT Or PtNOTTlTAXIA, BS,
The undersigned hereby gives notleo of htaan
potntmonl as Ass'gnee i.t.lohn H. Wermr at IikWs
burg, in the Ci.iiDty of rolnmlila and Ktnlrct I'rnn
Blvanln, Ii bin mid HMrt. t, who has been ndju.ig.
cd n InMnirKb Iitscmi tuition by tho District
Court of Bald district.
I'loorashurg, Arrll tr, 'TT-sw Assignee.
R1TKRN UlSThlCT Ol' I'BNNSVLVANI I, SS.
The nndertljectl hereby give notice of their ap
pointment as A&MRiii'es ot Nehemlah Hceeeof Duck
Horn In th County 1 f Columbia and State if t'ei.n.
s.lvniila, wllblnsuld Dlslrltt. ho has been nrtlnrtir.
cd a liankrupt on creditors' petition by the DMrlct
court or said District.
Is permanently loc ited r.t the
ST. CHARLES HOTKI,,
llttsburir. Pa. risea-.es and Deto-ndtlcs of thn
spine, t'terlne Ispl.tco f nts. liyspeiwia. iierniaand
ria-H hiicci hbiuiiv irc.i'eu u me ii.iiiiiinu iiein
of Meehrthl"! (-.upporis. 1 all or lend r.ir d.-serlp-HVrt
pamphlet, 'ihe House Voa Llvo In." Mailed
April so," T-im w
Dyer Brother, generil merchandise 14 TOO
Derr, A. 3. general merchandise 14 T 00
uess, w. f. " 14 T 00
mack. P. D. " " is looo
ll"nr. MKsn. " " 14 Too
Kve,Ei iscnro" " it ltso
Masters. Wm. " " It It 60
Wetllver, .1. c. " " 11 T 00
ipnntrr, .laeob. general mercliandlso 14 TOO
1 anion. .1 !'. ' ,4 T 00
"hliiiilre iiwln " " 14 TOO
lirot.st, IhomnR. gr.cirytnre 14 TOO
l,o.v Hrot hers A' 1 o. general merchandise 13 10 00
U'ooley, L. W. dealer In dial 14 T 00
Kuwer z. T. dealt r In coal and grain 14 Too
Harris, F I' generil merrhin'lso fa
(Hit, WIUl ini, boot nod shoe store 14
Sh.-mnk..-r, .M, (1 W II general mde. 14
Yocui, Peter, general merchandise U
Vatiino. J. II 14
Yeag-r, -laeob " " 14
Setwru, Tbomas " " 14
c impb .11, IT. J. general merchandise 14
B llne, J. U " ti
uerr, v. V. confectionery 14
Hedter J. II. general merchandise 13
llartzel, w. C. " " 14
creasy Brown " ' is
Sweppenhelscr.E" " 14
Hands, Joseph, 8on, general merchandise 14
iTVCPV QOT TIT 'P who was wounded or
JVVCiitl OULiUl It lontruitid iuna
Bent disease In servl e, can gi t a pension by rluug
ujouii iviihi.aiiieK, uiiiuiiufa'i:, uuiu.
Adrll so, IT-im w
FEK KKDUi El) ICS I'lltE CO.-iT.i.M
Patent onier fee t.i'. In mlvahce, l.l inee within
m mi lis utter ittei t alluwid. siiwee an 1 ex,.mlhu-
J VANi H I.I Wis .VIM.,
May 4, (.T-.'iii J w co I. aM.IUKtou, 11. 0,
aujwlng tho lnd.'btednes, Ac, ot the To.vn ot
iiloo,ubiiig, lot tnu year isrn; ma fu In neciidiuice
Willi Iu re'iutreuicui vi the hixtti a ctiun ui u.e
Act 1.1 .is-e uoiy ot H'lh iil. eniiuo l 'Auml
to reiriiialu tue uiaunr o Increa loir tnu in jeii'ud
nessof luuiiiclpjJiu, u, to pruv.uu loi-lhu re.ieinii-
11 n 01 1110 aainj, una 10 uu.iiso p..'ti.uiid ur i,io
illegal Inereiu tureot," a amended by the
8Uipieineut lu said aul, ut April a, l-Ta I'reiuied
tiiiu p.iousuua uy iuj vjr,iuiaui ajuioniiei ui saia
Bond Ko. I, due ictoLti 1 1T4. $vmi.o
" " x I'.t.i.... o u
3 " " 1 is;i iiioo
" " 4 ' " lS!T, tO)W
Interest ou above beads from seplembei .i,
1 ul.i May i, im "001
lloml.No. i, second Issue, duo .lau'j. 1, IS.T csiluo
" " 1j " " Oct. I, 1-.TI Omi uo
" ' 11 " " " " I, lsis Soon
" " 1J " ' " " 1,1S7 too 10
" " 0 " ' " Dec. I, i'a
Sart; balanco prlnctpal.and InteruHt duo
1.1V 1. i:i 231 63
Intewsl un Nos. '1, 10, 11, U, lorn ilaicll 31
10 3iaj i,i9ii,,... iuvj
IHooomsbnrg, April IT, TT-sw sslinte
VTOTirK IS TIKItlCt Y GIVKN THAT
ly apMlPatlr.n will bn made to tbo resident
Jii.itn on tho llth day of May at S o'clock p. m , for
a charter to Incorporate llio Knights ot Pythias Hall
Association of Minilu cross ltoads
April 8, '7T-td
Att y. tor Applicants.
IN piiri),nipe o( 1111 nriter of Delano C. Cal
vin, lisq , Surrogolo of tho Countv ot New York,
11.. Ilea Is hereby given to nit persons having cl.ilms
against Charlotte Kyer, lalonf Catawlssa, I'ennsyi
v.inla. but leaving assets mtlilii tho city and county
cf New York, iloeeased, to present the aamo with
vouchors thereof to lho subscriber, at Ills omoe, No.
lis Wall street, In tho city of New York, on or beforo
iu t'ocuiueiiiii nay 01 .iuiio next.
nateu, .ework, tbosevcnln dayot December,
PItKUKItICK C. IIAVKMCYKR,
oncE cnuncH ciiarteu.
.ottco Is herebv clven that annllenllon will he
made to Hon. Wm Ehvell, Preddcnt and Ijiw Judge
or the courts ot Ite'ordln Columbia count, ou the
2(lth day of May, A. I) lbTT, to Incorporate "Tho
Hector, church Wardens and Vestrs men or St.ua
brlei's churi'h, Hngrloaf ;" being a corporation of
the tlrst class in tiw sail county, und.-r tho AC of
the oeneral Assembly, approved April a, A. D.,1ST4.
.lACllll II. PI1ITZ,
May I, 'IT-3t Wardens.
J mi'lTB Of'THlUH K 0 111, DSCEA3KD
Infers TeMaiii ntiry on the estate i.t Thomas
Kuoir.lite ut liloom tovvnsht;!, Columbia county.
de.coii -d, luvu been g.ahto by lhe llegliA;r ot said
co.iniy to John tl Qui. k. ot lino rt, Colum
bia countv, l'a.. K.s;utoi'. to wliim all iK-r-sons
Indebted are requested to ii.ako eavinent, and
Uvm n .vlug ilemmds ugint tho sail estituwlil
111 ike ilium Kno vu to tho said Kxecutor without dt
laj. john a. qricit,
May 4, "TT-Oiv hxecutor.
Bonds, Us. e of Apill 10, HIO.
Have vou tried Kirby's WildCherry Cough
Balsam ? A very palateabie compound tor
the various affections of tbe throat and lungs
it has heen used with success, in seven cases
of asthma giving instant relief and in many
cases effecting a pernamcnt cure. Price 60
cents per bottle and positively warranted to
give entire satisfaction ( r money refunded.
Kirby's Magic Relief for tbe instant cure
of severe and acute pains.
Kirby's Tasteless Worm Lozenges, pleas
ant, safe and effectual.
Kirby's Horse and Cattle Powders are the
best powders for stock, manufactured. Try
them and be convinced.
Kirby's Camphor Ice for sunburns, sore
Hps and chapped hands.
Uill s uiiiious ana ijlver nils are recom
mended by the first Physicians,
The above preparations are for sale by all
Druggists and dealers in medicine.
July21,'76.-ly Wholesale Agents.
raxton narman, general dealers
Miss J. T. Farnsworth, grocery store
Iteiy, Henry 8. oils and brushes
Klelm, 11. F. grocery Btore
Sharpless, a. II. " "
Rlnsn, D K. general merchandise
Keller, M. C conf-ctlouery
llarman, James n. general merchandise
Low, c. W. & son "
Cole, IE. 6 Son, general merchandise
Cherlngton, Owen, general merchandlso
Young, Silas, general m-rehandlso
H hit, a. B. general mei chandlse
Noa. IS, IS, IT,
KJ, tl, VI, 33
U, tJ, HI), !
84, 83, 90,
lis, 89, 40.
is, 44, 43
411, 41. IS
dm Aug. I. HIT, a ,-grc gato
uue l-eu. 1, loit.
Howell, A. I', grocery store
H site. A. B. ireneral mei clia
Enu Itobert. stored and tinware
oordner, J. K. drug st-iro
Creveluii, (J. W. general merchandlso
Workhetaer, J. I), boot and shoe store
Worman. Sarnu-1 A. general merchandise
Crovellng, Tbos. Co. grocery & feed store J3
Ilartman, T. w. confectionery 14
Klshart, N. boot and shoe store 14
Uleterlcn, W. K. general merchandise 14
t'eo. I, ls79 "
Aug. 1, "
IVO 1, 1&S0 "
Aug. I, "
l'tb. 1, 1SSI
i'tu. I, lsi "
Aug. 1, "
Fell. I, 1&S3 "
Aug I, '
l'eo. I, ISM "
rtUg. I, ' 11
l oo. I, 1SS3
Aug. 1, "
Feo. 1. issil
Inlere.t on above bonds from Jau'y. 31.IS1T
to .May 1, is.i
Total funded d. bt May 1. 1677
Amount duo sundry pciHoiis ou uceount.
" oruers ot ism ouisi.aiiuing,.M
" ' ISIS "
" damages oianlng lion street
Total Uoattng debt
603 0 0
6 0 0J
1 Ou lit
Jp.Vlt.M KOlt SALE.
ihe subscnb 'r offer for sale a firm InMlinton
township, adjoining land or John bwartwoutand
Tiiouias Cdnrd, con tuning
sEVE.V f V-HEVEN' ACUE3.
30 acres aro cleared, th 1 balance heavllv tlmbTed
with 0,1k. 11111 and hemlock; wli-reon are erected a
p.auk I11 ins ), blacluinth shop and stable. Terms
1 or 1 rnr i.niiinK .lprii cy in i I.
onontlEI'TKN',Poor Overseer of Beaver town
ship, Columbia county.
To balanco at settlement lan year
amount or uupncaw lor isio ... ,
Amount received from unseated lands....
Exonerations and Imds returned
1'ald Mstu Hospital tor keeping James
Sherlif Fornwald for keeplng.las.llarlor
expenses taking Jas. Harlorto Hospital
" B. t (lardner, medical services for Jas.
C. nredbenner for keep ng Nancy crasy
Mrs. .Mcllran for keeplag E. uhellham-
clothing and removing Geo. Baker to
Philadelphia (a pauper)
oervlces of overseer of Hoor
1 commission ot collector
' miscellaneous expenses
Ililanco due township
April 0, 187T.
One of tho most extraordinary games of
base ball on record was played ot St. Louis
on May 1. Fifteen innings wero played
without scoring a 'run oa either side. The
game was remarkable throughout for heavy
batting, splendid fielding and unusual bill
llancy of individual plays, aud ceased only
by reason of darkness.
Governor Hartrantt baa signed the death
warrants of Edward Kelly, Michael J. Doyle,
John Donahue, Thomas Muuiey and An
drew Lanahan. All to be hauged June 21st
The Cincinnati Oatttte rejoices to hear
that General Logan is going over to help
the Russians, and adds that all true Atneri
cans will continue to pray for the Russians
and send guns and cartridges to the Turks,
Tbe May number of this sterling old mac
aiine is an exceptionally good one. The
leading article is a deeply interesting aoa1
ysU of Dr. Carpenter's "Mental Physiolo
gy," iu which many of tbe most curious
mysteries of mental life and bodily organi
zation are laid bare. This is followed by a
remarkably entertaining and withal instruc
tive paper entitled "The Gossip of History;"
and this, in turn, by the third paper of a
highly interesting series on "Turkish Wait
and Turkish Women." "Suns in Flame '
isoneofMr.lt. A. Proctor's most brilliai t
aitronomical studies; and the sixth pap r
is a weighty essay by the Right Hon. W E.
Gladstone, "On the IiiQueuce of Authon y
in Matters of Opinion. "Tho remaining con
tents comprise a number of excellent at d
interesting articles. The embellishment is
a fine steel portrait of Mr. T. V. Higginson,
which is accompanied by n brief biograph
ical sketch, and there are copious Editorial
Notes on Literature, Science and Art.
Published by E. R. Pelton, 20 Bond St.,
New York, Terms $5 per J ear; Single
numbers 25 cent?,
ICUosJitovd the Test.
If vou doubt the wonderful succes of Shiloh's
Consumption Cure, givo it a trial ; then if you
aro not perfectly aatietied, return tbe bottle and
we will refund the price paid. It has establish
ed the fact thut Consumption can he cured,
wnue lor cougns, nsmma, Hoarseness, wnoop
lug (,'uujju, tti. a.i uu u, iuivu, ,iuuificn,iucru
is nothing Mike it for a quick and positive cure,
1! 1 .1 r..:i r.n if.
White, smooth and soft any lady's hands'
arms or neck may become, who uses Glenn's
Sulphur Soap. Pimples or other disfigure
ments of a complexional nature, are surely
obliterated by this healthful promoter of beauty
Depot, Critienton's No. 7 Sixth Avenue, New
York. Hill's Hair & Whisker Dye, black or
brown, SO els.
May 4, 4w.
AU persons wno may feel aggrieved by the above
classification can have an opportunity of appealing
by meeting tho undersigned, Juno , 1677, at which
time an appeal will be held at the Court House, In
Bloomsburg, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m.,and end
ing at 4 o'clock p. m.
Total actual lndebtedi.oss May 1, 1S77 18,C29 80
VALUATION OK TAXABLE l'ltOPEUTY.
lieal Droncrty: built un H99.403 0
April to, 7T-lm
Total aasesaed valuation of rual and
personal pro..e. ly 72S,s.i 00
trades and occupations ti7,i550u
Total for taxation V26,336i,u
K3TAT)f,0r ASKAUAli BIAVKlt, CECSASXS.
Letters Testamentary on tho estate of Abraham
Beaver late ot Itoarlngcreek towns). Ip county ot
Columbia, deceased, havo been granted by Uie llcgls
ter 01 said county to the undersigned executors. All
persona having claims against the estate ot the dece
dent are reauested to uresent tnem for settlement
and tnoso Indebted to tne estate to make payment
10 uu uoaeraiguva mwummb wiuwiubueuur.
AttKAUAM BEAVER, Ja.,
yui jujiKiw ' 11,1
May 11, TT-sw
LIST OY DEALERS IN COLUMBIA COUNTV.
I hereby certify that the following list of dealers
taken, returned and classified by me Is accordance
with the several acts ol Assembly, In and fur the
county ot Columbia, for the year 18TT, is currect to
the best of my know. edge and beuef 1
Colonel John Forsyth, editor of tho Mo-
bilo Jtegittcr, died May 2d, In Mobile, aged
6, lie was a native of Georgia, and was
Minister to Mexico uuder President Uuchau.
an. Colouel Forsyth was regarded as the
leading Democratic editor of the South.
The boiler of the steamship Sidonla ex
eiploded.at sea ou the 29th of April, killing
the captain, three eugiueers, two fireman
aud a coal passer, aud iiiliiriui; tho cook
As all the witnesses of the disaster were
killed the cause of the explosion will never
be known, .
Henator Moiton Is to write a series of arti
cles upon his proposition to elect the Piosi
dent by the direct vote of the people. Let
him try and get time to throw iu a little ad
vice as to how tbe people may have the
President whom they havu elected.
Hostile Indians to the number of .'WOO
have surrendered to Cleu, Crook, siuce March
aud have given up their arms and some
0000 ponies. Sitting Hull is still defiant.
Jung 0 throat trouliles.there
and it eeidoru fuils. 10 cents, CO cents and $1
Eer bottle. It your lungs aro sore, or chest or
ack lame, use Shiloh's l'orous Plaster price
26 cents. Sold by C. A. Kleimand N. J, lien-dershott.
Dr. Shiloh's System VitalUer is no doubt the
most successful core for Dysjiepsia and Liver
Womplamt wo have ever Known, otherwise we
could not guarantee it. In cases of consumption
where general debility, loss of appetite and
constipation exist, it will restore ana regulate
the system whilo Shiloh's cure allays tne in
flammation and heals the lungs. Price 76 cts.
Sold by C, A. Kleiin and N.J. ilendcrshott.
llACXMETAt g, u rich and fragrant perfume.
Mold by u. A, menu ami pi, J, iienoershotu
The most miserable beings iu tho world are
those euiTcrio from Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint. More than seventy-five per
cent of the nconle in the United States are
afflicted with these two dieaes and their ef
fects ; such as Sour Stomach, Sick Head
ache, Habitual Costive ness, Palpitation of the
Heart, Heart-burn, Water-brash, gnawing
and burning nains at the nit of the Stomach.
yellow skin, coated tongue and disagreeable
taste in the motitti, coming up 01 loou uncr
1'iilini'. low soirits. Ac (Jo to Mover Uros..
and get a75ceiitbottleof AUGUST FLOW-
j.iv or a sample ooiue jor ju cents. ry 11.
Two doses will relieve you.
April 27, 77-ly Jl
Illnderllder, David, general merchandise
ItlCB, Abranam ' '
bbuman, c. A " 1
Lirelsebacb, ueorge " "
Louste, J. ' "
tihuinan, F, L. " "
McIIenrr, ltohr, general merchandise
Mcilenry, J. J. " "
Mcllenrj.B.bonCo " "
Adams & Hon. eeneral merchandise
rreas brothers " ',
Preas liroiners, lumber neaiers
Hockman, 11. M., grocery sure
rowlrr. u D. turullura btoro
llugbes, W. T, grocery store
Wilson. 8. a, & ca drug store
Nnyder, o. 11. book sure
Bpwman Crispin, general merchandlso
Bower, i 11. 11.
Utile, it. II drug store
Dlstelnurbt. Y 1. furniture store
Jackson u Woodln, mauufacluilngCo.
nUCKlDUUIUU, U. A. SWT H UBU VUllTtUO
urobs, David, porter bottler
Caldwell, J. Y. confectionery
wagenaeuer & uo. wnoiesoie notion stora
lleudersnot N. J. drug and grocery store
uumore. William confectionery
oni I' urseL general merchandise
IX 18 50
12 I8 60
13 10 0-1
IS 10 II
H 7 00
14 7 00
14 1 00
15 18 80
14 T OU
I 40 00
oeorge II. Bharplcss offers for sale on Advantageoas
Terms: his suire and grocery situated by the canal
opposite Catawlssa, Tbo store Is used as a Depot,
and has considerable patronage from boatmem. IT
is A fink OI'ENINU for a man Willi a small cap
ital. For terms arply to u. 11. Urockway or
OEOUCiE II. SHAltl'LESS,
May 11 4w catawlssa Pa.
tho undersigned Assignees ot Nehemlah Iteece of
Buckborn, adjudged a Bankrupt on Creditors' peti
tion, win expose to public sale or outcry on the
premises of said N. Recce on
Saturday, Slay 19, 1817,
all the personal property ot said Bankrupt consist
5 HOUSES, 6 CULTS,
one four-horse Iron axle Wagon and box, one two-
horse Wagon andboz, one Spring W agon with pole
and tills, ono tluggy, one Truck Wagon, on e Sulky,
wo Sleds, one Sleigh, ono tread-pwer THRUSH-
INC1 MACHINE, one corn shelter, one combined
Buckeye Reaper and Mower,, undivided one-halt ot
a land-roller, undivided half ot a Rlston Grain Drill
undivided half of a clovcrsecd huller, one double
Michigan Plow, two cast Plows, ono a teal Plow, two
drag Harrows, one double corn Plow, two corn Cul
tivators, one Hay Rake, 8 Forks, thn x scoop Shov
els, two Shovels, three grub Hoes, one bushel meas
ure, one one-ha't bushel measure, Ac, Ore sets
heavy Harness, six collars, live bridles, nve set fly
straps, one set double light Uirness, collars and
bridle, one set silver-mounted light Harness, col
lar end bridle, one set black mounted harness, one
set silver-lined Ilgbt Harness, six set traces, two
breast chains, thlrty-slx chestnut posts two thou
sand chestnut palings and alotot other articles too
numerous to mention.
Bale to commence at 10 a. m.
TEUM81 Any person purchailng to an amount
exceeding ten dollars will be allowed six months
credit with approved security. No articles to be re
moved uatu the conditions of sale have) been compli
ed with, and any purchaser refusing to comply with
these conditions will be held liable for .my loss re
sulting from a second sale of, articles purchased by
C. (I. IIAIIliLIIX,
Bloomsburg, April !7, T7-ts Aasalgaees.
Amount unco'Jected on dupllcato of 1S73.
.. .. .- --liu.,
" " IS7(!..
" due from sundry persons ou acc't.
" Market street contributions due. . .
Centre ' " " ..
" Fourth " " " ..
" Second " " " ..
" Iron " " " ..
" cah In hands ot Treasurer
PETER ECKHOTE AND JOSEPH LEIIR,
Supervisors of Beaver township for the year ending
Apru x, 1BII.
To amount received from last j ear
amount ot aupucate tor li'ti
amount rccelt cd Iroin unseated land tax
Total assets 11,130 c
Statement of tho account of tho Treasurer ot tho
Town ol Bloomsburg, 'or the year preceding the
U.....V n( ...CI IC77
OVWUU tflwuuaj u. .1...
W. B. KOONS, Treasurer.
exonerations and lands returned.
Tobalancodue as per lata annual statm't... S16-I 23
amount from taxes IS73 and 1375 1-.S31
" " from taxes 1S70 7,002 78
' " from niCK-eeds of bonds neeotla-
by Tresldent 5200 00
" " from assessment or contilbu-
lions on opening Second st. 020 47
" " do from Maiket street onenlnir 5S25
11 no. Fourth street opening 18 CO
', ' do. Iron street opening 14 sS
" " tines and licences collected by
President CO 10
1,1 41 25
SI, 687 82
Beaver township. April 9th. IS7T. Examined and
AILKN MAN'H, 1
1'etkr Kneoiit, Auditors.
April 20, '7T-lm
1 hauling on roads 1876.,
u una on roaus
"error In adding duplicate.,
' iuuua uuurus
1 senlces ot supervisors
' miscellaneous expenses...,
1 balance due township ,
By amount orders of 1S73 paid ,
.1 .. .. .111,7. .. ..
" " lulgm't Sarah .l'etrlken, pait.
" " " Heirs Win. snyder.UKC'd
bond No. I4j paid wltu mterest
" " !. " ,3'' V
u part "
' " coupons on sundry bonds paid..
" ux on bonds for 1S7S, paid Audl-
" commission on (8,105.29 at 2 per
i ( commission on $5,2uu ou at 1 mr
Balanco cash on hand
1877, Aprl 1. To balance on band ,
President ol Town Council.
Attst: Wesley Wirt, secy.
Bioomsnurg, jiay i, i8ii
T) FPOKT OF AUDITORS OF FRANK-
JLV LIN TOWNSHIP, APltlh 9, 1877.
JONATHAN LOREMAN, Overseer.
To amount of duplicate of unseated land,
uuiuutu iruui iiisi year, &c , 4Jiu
By money paid out, commission, or-
uers,c ... S310 44
ANPUEW LOHEMAN, Supervisor.
To amount of duplicate, unseated land Ac. Ut! 62
By work, percentage, services, 4c tH3 91
To balance 12191
JESSE JOHN, Supervisor.
To amount of duplicate $397 34
By work, plank, orders, Ac .. 6T0 35
To balance 126 99
WM. Q. FISHER, School Director.
To amount ot school and bulldlngtax tl,710 16
By orders, percentage, Ac i.tts 41
104441X1. DMJID B4IU 4tUU
dinner, T. W. gTOoery store
Mendeuhall, K. dry goods store
stroup, David, grocery store
r!ri&RV. 11. A. tlrV t'OOOH and PTClTJTV
nonius d. lioiuieif, piuuiucro luiu gw) iiiwis .
Marr, L. C. grocery and dry goods la
XKCKer niecaei, comeciiunery i
Anuucr, nwi.u, K.uv.. b.u.q .
Miller. 6. II. Hon, dry goods and grocery 12
jtuDyoa c vu uiuuwiuq euira
rmnuyier a ouh
Herniiird. Louis, Jswelry store 14
Cadmaa. E. K. I urnltura room 14
Lowenberg. David, merchant tailor 13
Savage, C. Jewelry store 14
Clark Wolf, dry goods store 1-
Jacoby, o. A. grocery store 14
ruusu wuiiaia u. uriuer in cmu if
llenoerehou Joseph W. grocery and coal 14
Neal C.W. Brother, dealers In coal 18
Klelm, Henry, grocery store 14
MaUe, J. 11 grocery and queenaware is
Webb, Thomas conlecllonerv 14
Mojer Bro'.bers (corner Main) drug store 1
Lull bloan, dry goods IS
McKlnney w lldam u. boot and shoe store 14
McKelvy, I. W dry goods and grocery
Ilartman, I. W. " T' 11
HariiBan, u. c. carpet store 14
Klelm, c. A. drug store 14
Correll. w. J. Co. lurnlture store is
Keller, Jacob, wholeaalu dry goods la
Ityer, J. K. dry goods and grocery it
Miss D. Brobat, confectionery 14
Kabb, Augustus, grou-ry store 14
Furman.EUas it, furniture store 14
Whary, L. K. stoves and il.waio 14
Rupert. A. M. ' U
lucks, Jesse, clothing store 14
Ilartman Brothers, grocery store M
Knorr, EU M. boot and shoe store II
Moyer Bros. (Brewer's block) drug store 14
Clark, George A. book store is
scott, J, B. confectionery 14
Sleeker, J. II. dour sad feed store 14
liloonuburg Iron Co. general inerchandlae 7
Luckard. U. M. J. K. dealers la coal 14
I dross, Peter, beer botUer 14
urevs Brother, clothuur store 14
UliMUKburg Lumber Ce, utalera la rtuubtr it
J. REYNOLDS & SON,
Thirteenth nutl Filbert tits.
MAMcrACTcaras or PiTXKrxk
WronuMron Air-Ti&M Heaters
Wlib fclmUnB and (iloketM-rliidlDs Grace fr I
HurnluK Anturarue or uitutuinvn I'ohI
FOR BITU.MINOUS tJOAL,
Cooking' Xanges, Ziow-down OratM,
Descriptive Circulars sxnt nit to any address.
EXAMINE I1EFORE SEI.E0TINO.
AprU 7, 11-ly a s
FACTS FOR THE PEOPLE.
FartAfor the Varmer Yicta lor lhe MercbADt
Facta for the lloraeman Facta lor the stock. raiser
Facta lor the Poultry-keeper Facts for the Bee
keeper Facta lor the Lawyer Facta for Ibe Laborer
Facts for lho Fruluraua r-Facts lor the Gardener
Kata (or the Doctor Facts for the Dairyman
racu ror tne iiouaenotu acta tor vtery rauuiy wno
wants to save monejr,
FACTS FOR AGENTS.
That this Is the most Important advertisement for
you yet published, helmr the best chance to make
money ever ottered. The press endorses K, your
own paper endorses It, everyone endorses IU
The Book of the Nineteenth Oentury.
Male tad lemala agents coining money on K. fend
to us at once and gel circulars free, INUK AM, SMITH
u lack, in walnut itrMt, ruuaaJpnii, t-a.
All sufferers from this disease that nro anxious to
be cured should try Dr Kisnes's ckluurated co
ECMrTioN 1'owdebs, These tiowders are tlie only
preparation knonn t'.at wllicvro CONSUMPTION
and all diseases of lho 'I hroal aud Lungs Indeed so
Btronir Is our laltu In tbem. and also to conunco vou
that they are no humbug wo win forward taetery
Buuerrr, ujr jiiuu, hjsi .am, u ihbk i kiau uox.
wr aon't want s our money uu n 3 ou are nerrectiv
Batlstled of tbelr curative poners. If jour lire Is
worui saviug. uuu i uruiy 111 gitiug iiicbe t owuaas
a trial, as they lll surely cure uu.
Price, for large box, f.1 00, sent to any part of tho
Unltud statea or Canada by mall on receipt of price.
ASH & UOBIIINS,
360, Fulton street, Brooklyn, N. V.
April S7 17-ly
FITS, EPILEPSY r
PSKUAMAKTLV L'CSED NO IICUBt'U -BY ONE MONTH'S
USAOE OF 11 K. COt'LAHn'S CELEBKA1 EU lNKA. I.lBtE KIT
1'owuEas. '10 eoiiMi.ce butlerim Hut these ponders
will do all ne claim fur them, we nUl send them by
mall, post paid, a iiitt tbial box. s nr. ooulard
lslheoulv phtleian that hasiuado this disease a
special study, and as Pi our knowledge thousands
have been rtBjiiSEMLV (T'bkii l.j the use 01 thrso
rOWUEKS, WX WILL Ot'AKANTEE A rEltUANENT l'1'Btlll
every case, or Itefuud you all Money Kxpei ded. All
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and bo convinced of their curullve powers.
Price, fur large box 13 00, or 4 boxes lor $10 00, sent
by mall to am part of the Culled Mates tr Canada
on receipt ot price, or by express, 11 o. 11. Address,
AMU A- ItOHIIINS
860 Fulton btreet, Brooklyn. N. V.
Apill XI, 19 J !
TllOS. If fllEBBlNOIOH,)
13, AO l. r ittLbl,
Apnl SO, "77-lm
$200,000 WORTH OP GOLD-PLATED
For fl wo will tend, as below, nil u-nri-nni,!
Oold Plated. 1 pair gold stone Neeve llutlous, 1
pair engraved sleevo Luitous, I set pointed Stud.
itiiiewijta oiuiu, , , euum iiinir. 1 enirratea
uuiiu uuifer ring, 1 uuieiiiyta btone Itiug, Inlaiu W11U
gold, 1 elegant Ulng, marked "Friendship," nine.
ItlVbt, LtOIlU heart rillLMlklaitl With L.nlrt 1 knl.ntHM
sllieredhat pin, 1 set Ludles'jet and gold pin and
u,v.Ho, . dvv jp, .n,t kuiu, t luuiea- jei bei, or-
1 namenU'd, 1 act handsome rose-bud ear drops. 1
Kru.Bcrgttu, ia.o i.euiu uiaiQtinu htuQ, i caruioai
i.-u ui-nu u T.iuir, i piiir lames amein) ht stone our
drops inlaid with gold, 1 ladles ornamented let
btouch. l fancv fecarfrliitr nn.l .iMimnt
Tuko your choice the entire lot ot 50 pieces, sent
post-paid for si, or any k pieces sou choose for u
cents. Now Is the time to make money. These
goods can easily bo retailed for tlu.
F. HIOCKMAN, S3 nond St., Now ork.
Ills reputation ror hnnei.iv. fnlp ,l,.iii, nn.i i,k.
allty Is unequalled by any adieitUer In this city,
".N. V. Day nook," iec. 10, IsH. '
Slay 4, "77-lm j w co
F, A, Lehmann, Solicitor of American and Fore gn
Patents, '.Va&hlLgti n, D. C. All butlness connected
with Patents, whether before the Patent orace or
tbe Courts, promptly uttt tided to. Mochargemade
unless a patent la accured. bend tor a circular.
May 4, Tt-tt b w
roaritita, ac, to.,
Neatl) wu. aply printed at the Ooltjm
AT THK COLUUftlAN OFFICE,
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
TlfJI. F. BODINE, Iron Street below sec
. 1 T nd, Btoomiiburg, l'a.. Is rrenared to do al
I'Al'l lt UANO
notice 60,1 8tJrle8' at 'owest prices, and at short
Parties having such work to do wilt savo money
calling on me, .
. All work warranted to give satlstactton. Orden
WM. F. nODINE.
Cot tm i lan (met.