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LACKAWANNA &. HL00MSI1UIM llAIMtOAI)
Mall Train .
Express Train ,
. M3 A.M.
I.3S A. M
, 1.M P.M.
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CATAWISSA RAIL HOAD.
4.49 P. Jl
n.t: a. m
T.BT P. M,
Accommodation Train ,' A.M.
llegular Express 4.04 P, M,
Throngh cars on Kxprcss train cither to New York
or Philadelphia. Accommodation truln runs between
Catawissa and Wllllamsport.
llaMaru1 limestone Is nt a discount since Judge
Elwcll's recent decision.
It U reported thai Jacob Ycagcr, who keeps
the store at Slabtown, is lying dangerously sick
with small pox.
There will be a Gringo picnic atOrangoville,
on Friday, June lt, next. Victor E. l'iolctl,
ilaiter of Pennsylvania State Grange will do
liver the aildrcm. The public are invited.
Dr. T. I.. Gmwold, Principal of the Nor
mal School, hai been seriously ill for several
days past, but wo learn that he is now recover
ing. His sickness is of nervous character.
The Rescue Hook and Ladder Co., will give
a Festival on the afternoon and evening of May
.10th in Olympic Hall, The proceeds are to be
devoted to the putchase of equipments for the
'''IIii C.0LUj1B1N PEMOrilAf.BLOOMSEUEG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Vte have sent tliU week, notices to all sub
scribers out of this county who have raid noth
ing on subscription since October 1st 1875 that
unless lliey pay up to April 1st, 1877, their pa-
per wm do sloppeil. Feir protection obliges us
to do this. Wehopo that all who have been
thus notified will respond promptly.
A DAHTAIIDLY OtOTlAriK.
Amilntll DOTKCCIIONOPTHB KXCHAKUE HOtlL.
On Friday morning, at about half past one
o'clock, the Inmates of the Kxchango Hotel
were roused from sleep by tho thrilling cry
of "Fire." In an Inconceivably brief snace of
By every consideration of profit, if not of tImo l,ie Ilollso was filled with suffocating smoke
propriety, that which sustains and strengthens anJ l'18 8sp!ns. half strangled sleepers made
the system should be absolutely pure. Holls, lhc'r war 'n various conditions of undress to
Pimples, Eruptions, etc., Indicate Impoverish- ,Me "'feet. Investigation showed ttiat the fire
ment and poisoning of tho blood and should bo Btarlc,l simultaneously In bolhjwlngsof the build-
removed by Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture, which '"Bi frora ln basement. In neither place was
strengthens tho blood and keep it always pure. thcre AnT 'RtnP or BloTe l'10 cast basement
rooms wero empty, having been recently vaca-
A few evenings since, says the Clinton Dem- ted , by William II. Gilmore, and lliose'on tlio
ocral, a young lady In Lock Haven had put on west sido were used as cellars, into which wo are
her gloves for an evening party, which had Informed no ono connected with the Hotel had
been cleaned with campheno or some kindred gone the previous evening. These facta go to
fluid. She thoughtlessly passed her hand near provo beyond a doubt that tho fire was the work
Ihc gas jet, the glove caught lire and burned her of Incendiaries, who In a most devilish spirit of
hand badly, besides making her escape from a malice or recklessness thus deliberately endan-
worse result very narrow. gercil the lives of numbers of human beings.
The flames had attained much hendwnv liofnro
J. E. Horning, of Wllllamsport, manufac-1 il.c alarm became so general as to call tho fire.
Hirer of printers roller composition, has made mcntolho spot, but onco there they worked
for this office the preltlest Bet of rollers we have with a will and by extraordinary exertions ob-
seen for many a day, and raado them for a very talncd control and finally gained the mastery,
moderate price. The editorial fraternity will To them, and to Mr. Oeorge Itciswlck wlioput
find It is their advantage we verily believe, to into service his street sprinkler for carrying
give Mr. Horning a trial. We're perfectly sal- water, tho Town is Indebted for the prescrva-
"""i. (inn nr .hi, ,, , ,
flirli nflliA fnmf (nr.. lw.1rtnr.tn, tn Ilia T.nlnl
The voice of reform is heard through the ,i , ,i, ,,. . n i..i.f ,i.
land and speak, of the "good time coming." from ,1C ll0U,e anJ acopoited in neighbor-
So tootle spirit of reform is working In the ing ,,, am, In ,e Collrt Ho18e VRrJ M
nurseries o llie land to banish those dangerous the present writing all of these had not been
Opium and Morphia preparations, and cstab- cailnC(i ly tl,cirowncr9 and. therefore, noes-
timatc ef the loss can be made. Tho building
Mlfllin School District vs. Peter J. Lanliet
al. Suit on a bond of Lanlj, a tollector. Ver
dict for plaintiff for $911,00.
J. F. Mcllenry vs. das. H. Wooils and
ife. Book account. Plalntlfl'takea nun full.
Peter Hayman appointed guardian for Hie
minor children of Ellas Wilkinson; bond In
$500 for each ward.
J. M. Dcwltt vs. Samuel Crcveling. Ver
dict for plaintiff for $222,43.
Com. vs. hdward Henry. Surety of the
peace; non pros, on payment of costa and for
feiture taken off.
Com. vs. Alfred Birch et al. Tho case of
two little boys who as alleged got into n car at
Centralia and teok a few cents worth of pea
nuts, llecognlzanco of defendants and Edward
Williams for forfeited to be respited on pay
ment of costs.
Ovcrdorfs executor vs. OverdorPs adminis
trator. Verdict for $809,12.
Wm. Hart vs Hiram C. Howcr. Ejectment.
crdlct in favor of plaintiff.
M. G. Vandersiice vs. A. Snyder. Verdict
for plaintiff in the sum of $3307,60.
In the estate of Peter Ent. Iniiuc9t awardtd.
Court adjourned until June 1st 1877 at 9 o'clock
On Tuesday last Gov. Hartranft signed the
dcatli warrants of Patrick Hester, Peter Mc
Ilugh and Patrick Tully, now confined in the
jill of this county. They nre to bo hanged on
the 0th of August.
Tho people should stir up their officials in
those townships which have not published their
accounts according to law. Mere Mah will
not do ; give tho items so that tax payers may
know how their money is expended.
The members of the Asbury Methodist
Church will hold a festival at the church at
Asbury, Fishingcrcek township on the aflcrnoon
and evening of June 0th, 1877. Proceeds for
the benefit of tho church.
lisli useful and harmless remedies, of which
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is acknowledged as the
verv best for all the disorders of Babyhood and
early Childhood. Sold everywhere at 2o cents
Winter doesn't "linger in the lap of Spring"
anymore, but bummer sits thero beyond a
doubt. The thermometer for the past few days
has been an uncomfortable index to gaze upon.
Last 1'riday the mercury marked 92 in the
ado in this town, 91J in Philadelphia and
7 in New York. Thoso who yet wore win
ter underclothing and tlfeir name Is legion
were reduced to a pitiable condition of damp
ness and discomfort.
An important Hint for damages to a coal
mine, in the sum of $200,000, in which Gray
son M. Provost, of New Jersey, is the plaintiff)
and Hokert Gorrell, of Centralia, is the defen
dant, is on trial before the Unilcd States Cir
cuit Court at Pittsburg.
The Murphy Tempcrancu Crusade is sweep
ing through the Slate, and thousands upon
thousands aro signing the pledge of total absti
nence. Neither hcio nor in this neighborhood
have wo heard of the likelihood of its inaugu
ration in tiiis section.
The Episcopal convention of tho diocese of
Central Pennsylvania will assemble at St.
Luke's cliurcli,Scranton, Tuesday evening, Juno
12. The diocese contains eighty parishes and
each parish is entitled to three lay deputies.
There will be about eighty clergymen in at
tendance and one hundred and fifty lay deputies,
making tho assemblage a very important one.
Messrs. E. It Drinker, W. M. Monroe and
George E. Elwell are the lay delegates from
St. Paul's Parish, Bloomsburg.
The refreshing showers oflast week followed
by hot days have given a famous start to tho
com crop. Trees clothed themselves with
green garments in a marvelously rapid man
ner, grass and all green things have grown
apace and lo 1 the summer is here.
Two men upset a boat on the river at Pitta
ton, last week : one could swim, started for the
tihore and was drowned, the other couldn't
swim, clung to the boat and was saved. All of
which goes to show how matters in this world
don't work according to rule.
Town subscribers who have received notice
from us will confer a favor by responding at
once. Those who arc able, should pay up, and
thoso who are too poor to pay ought not to ex
pect us to send the paper any longer for noth
ing. Wc must have a settlement.
The Luzerno Leader has made its appearance
increased in size and improved in other respects.
This is a proof of prosperity not to be mistaken.
Editor Niven has lately entered the matrimo
nial slate and intends to have his newspaper
largo enough to support two instead of one.
A Pittstop debtor, wishing to take tho bene
fit of the new stay law, made oath that ho was
it freeholder and was admitted as his own se
curity on his bond for double the amount of the
debt. It then transpired that his real estate
consisted of a $30 lot in the cemetery.
It is an undisputed fact that the Exchange Ho
tel was set on fire by an incendiary, but tho Re
publican, with its usual moral courage, fails to
Btate the fact. That's right, gentlemen, the vil
lain might be one of your subscribers and get
mad about it.
We have received the first number of tho
Wilkes Barro Sunday Homing Cbwrf, J. W.
Freeman editor and proprietor. It is a spicy
and readable paper as might be expected, from
the name of its editor. Freeman wields n fac
ile and brilliant pen and he wildoubtless make
his paper a success. That hundreds of the for
mer subscribers to the Pittston Cbmet will lend
their aid is not to be doubted. Wilkes Barre
is really getting to be quite well supplied with
newspapers, there are two dailies and, wilh the
Oimt and Coon's paper, five weeklies.
Kiohts and Duties of Township Omruns.
By W. It. Bieblv, Esq., of the Williams
The only book of the kind issued. The
Acts of Assembly and Supreme Court Decisions
in relation to the rights and duties of Township
Officers, arranged and condensed. Tho vol
ume treats of Assessors, Auditors, Constables,
Election Officers, Justices, Overseers, Itoad
Commissioners, Treasurers, Tax Collectors, and
Town Clerks. Borough laws appended. Tho
whole carefully indexed, with marginal noteH
and references. For sale at all the book stores
n the county. Price, by mail, post-paid, 50
cents. Address the Publisher, Box, GO, il-
The Bloomsburg and Catawissa Base Ball
Clubs played a match game on the 12th inst.
last, on the grounds of the latter which resulted
in the following score :
It. O. It. O.
Metz, 1. f. 2 2 Margerum, 3. b. 5 1.
Heist, r. f. 2 3 Dean, c. 3 3
Brown, 2. b. 2 3 Hite, p. 0 0
Hicks l.b. ? 2Geiger. 1. b. 2 1
Geddis, p. 0 C Banghart, s. s. 4 2
Owen, s. s. 3 1 Thomas, c. f. 5 1
Iiidlcman, 3. b. 13 Walter, r. f. 3 1
Funston, c. f. 2 2 Harner, 2. b. -1 1
Hagenbucli, c. 3 0 Khawn, 1. f. 4 2
A correspondent from Stillwater informs us
that a few nights ago lie set an outline, and on one
hook caught an ecl two feet long, a chub 0 inches
long, nud a trout eight inches long. They were
found on tbohook when the linewns lifted in the
The Democratic Standing Coiuuiitteo met on
Thursday of lant week according to call, and se
lected W. L. Eycrly senatorial nud C B. Brock
way and Warren J.Bucknlcw representative del
egates to the State Convention to be held nt liar
risburg on the 8th of August.
A large number of citizens of Bloomsburg and
other parts of the county are asking lo have their
names added to the lists printed in this paper of
petitions to the commissioners. We would gladly
insertthem, but thoobject lias been accomplish
ed for the present, and it is unnecessary to print
Mr, J. II, Maizo lias recovered some oftlm
articles of clothing stolen frora his bouse on
Fifth street, last winter. They were found in
the imssesaion of Betzel, the old umbrella tramp
who went through this part of the country at
the time of the robbery and who is now in jail
at Danville for Btealing.
Moyer Brothers have just received a large as
snrtment of excellent cigars from S. Fuguet A
Son for whose celebrated brands they are sole
agents. Try the Pride of Key West, or the
Little Casino, or the Orange flower. They are
all Havana fillers and tho best we have puffed
lor a long lime.
The municipal finances of Willlamsport mutt
be under an Intelligent and thrifty sort of man
ngement. The city is paying nine per cent, in
tercst on thousands of dollars of floating debt.
while its balance in bank returns but three
per cent. Only a wealthy cily like Williams-
port could stand that kind of financiering.
While we have been wrestling with the jail
'"iMtstion, the people of Wayne county have
taken It Into their heads that there is some
thing rotten about the proposed new Court
J louse at Honesdale. Following our exam
plo the tax-payers thero have got a preliminary
Injunction against iho Commissioners.
We regret to say that those nasty
littla penis, the potato bugs, have mad
their appearance in undesirable profit'
flon, and are preparing for their work of de
struction. If something is not done to prevent
their ravages, potatoes will In a few years be
found Only among the curiosities of museums.
Ala meeting of the Committee f Itescue
Hook and Ladder Co., appointed to attend to
the citt monies of Decoration day.lt was reported
tliatlhe Bloomsburg Cornet Band would be in at
tendaixeand that all the Sunday Schools and
the Nwmal School would be represented, and
bImj the friendship I' ire Co., and the Drum
Cor. "recession will form at 3 o clock.
is probably damaged to the extent of $3000 or
$4000 dollars, by fire, smoke acd water.
So far as wo have learned there were not
many cases of theft, and many articles supposed
to be lost, will after search, be found. The
wine cellar wa9 broken open and nearly if not
quite all of the champagne, was drank as well
as other liquors. There was some destruction
caused by careless handling and the usual num
ber of stupid deeds perpetrated by those who al
ways deem it a duty at scenes of the kind to
"tear things up."
We are glad that the results are no worse,
but what can bo said sufficiently strong in con
demnation of tho miscreants to whose crime all
these losses and discomforts are attributable ?
Every effort should be made to detect and bring
them to trial and their punishment should be
swift and strong. Every good citizen is inter'
csted in this, for not only does it affect the rep
utation of the Town, but' the security of life
within its limits. Let these blood hounds be
hunted down and placed where they can have
leisure to appreciate to its utmost the enormity
uf their oflence.
The Columbia county Agricultural Society
met in the Opera House Bloomsburg May 19th
10 o'clock A. M.
Tho meeting was called to order by M. C.
Vance, Vice President. v The Secretary T. J.
anderslice read the minutes of the last meet
ing which were approved after slight modifi
Tho Treasurer's report was read by the Sec
retary. On motion C. B. Brockway Esq. was
elected temporary President and Wm. Peacock
and J. C. Brown were elected temporary Sec
retaries. Election of officers being next In or-
ler. John G. Quick of Montour township was
elected President for the ensuing year without
A, P. Young of Greenwood, Sylvester Pur-
sell of Hemlock, Mathias Hartman of Catawis-
and M. C. Vance of Orangeville unanimous
elected Vice Presidents. Wesley Bowman
of Orange, Caleb Barton of Bloomsburg and
Francis Evans of Brier Creek wero electod
members of Executive Committee. J. II.
Ikeler of Greenwood was re-elected Librarian,
It. Ikeler Esq. of Bloomsburg was elected
Treasurer and T. J. Vandersiice Esq. was re
elected Secretary. There was no opposition to
any of the candidates. They were all elected
unanimously. The salaries of Secretary and
Treasurer were on motion fixed same as last
car, $100 for the former and $75 for the lat-
17 21 Total
Scorers Krum and Ferree.
One day last week a pair of those beautiful
Baltimore orioles sometimes called golden
robins were disportig themselves among the
rees in the Court House enclosure, when n
hawk pounced down upon one of the pretty
birds anil carried it away. As this was done
during Court week, when numbers of persons
were standing about the building, it was n bold
piece of insolence. But it did not stop at this,
for the hawk only Hew across the alley and
perched in tho wagon i-hed of George Itisewick
there to devour its victim. A phot from Amos
llucknlcw's revolver brought down the marau-
ler, but, unfortunately, the oriole was dead.
Its mate flew about for hours afterwards in n
disconsolate way mourning the loss of its com-
The fact that tho people of this county, nud
tho decision of the Court on the Jail injunction
sustain the nctinn of the Cot.UMIMAN in regard
to the Jail question, has wrung from tho lie-
publican a cry of nnguish. Ton late it has dis
covered its mivtnko in waiting to see which
would he the winning side before committing
itself, and now, as n last resort, it seeks to
ridicule the Coi.t'MiiUN beeauso its editors feign
ed a petition to the Commissioners and pub
lished their names among hundreds of others
It says the editors of this paper made themselves
"tho laughing stock of tho town, by publicly
claiming that they bad donu it themselves." If
hearty approval and pcrsonnl conimeudation of
our action by a large number of the bcit Ite
liublicnns in the town, who at the same timo
nlludcuith contempt to the weak-kneed and
pitiful imbecility of our cotemporary, make us
"laughing stock," wo aro willing to be called
by that mime. But the Republican, ever true to
its natural characteristics, tells a few falscooods,
That the petition alluded to was circulated by
the Columiiian, that it sot forth that the sub
scribers sustained the C'oi.i'MniAN,that all cred
it fur tho result was appropriated by the editors
of litis paper, that wo did any tiling in haste,
and that Price of Wilkes-Barre was our favor
ite architect, are nil false. The Republican says
all this appeared on Saturday after tho decision
was rendered, whereas the Inst issuu of this pa
per was printed on Thursday, tho 17lb, and
the decision was not rendered until tho 10th.
Gentlemen, if you must lie, do it with a meth
od ! The Rqniblican K-es no evidence which
justifies our "crusade," and yet sufficient was
produced in Court to satisly the Judges unani
inously that the contract ought to be rescinded.
In answer to the contemptible insinuation that
ns counsel for tho officers of tho Centralia re.
gion wo have nd ised or permitted the plunder
ing of that section, we refer our readers to the
gentlemen over thern who have been watching
with sharp eyes the management of that region
for our vindication. It is a bnso attempt to in
jure us in our professional characters that we
shall not soon forget. That wo have been si
lent concerning any outrages in the manage
ment of public affairs, either in Centralia or
elsewhere in the county, is another lie. We
invite a careful comparison of the files of the
Coi.i'miuax with thoso of the Republican us to
which has given the most information on "out
re-i"." The fact that for the past two years th
statements of Cpnynghnni township nnd Con
ynghain tuid Centralia poor district have been
published in tho columns of our neighbor has
been sufficient to close fheir mouths securely
whatever its information may have been. That
wo were "counted out" in the Jail contract ii
absurd. We had no interest but the interest o
the people. To Ray tliat wo have acted from
selfish motios is equally absurd, for by ournc
tion we have incurred the lisk of losing all tin
county printing which for vears has been done
panion. I lie liawK is an audacious bird but we
never before knew one to utterly disregard the hy thi, pilrcr Xnd thero is just where tho
I""'"' tHU ",," ure puracu lit-lies i this cocoanut. A break between
(1KEAT FORTUNES IN (10I.I) AND MI.VElt
Are reported daily from the Black Hills and
San Juan Mines. Thottsands are Hocking thith
er from all parts of tho country. Tho rush for
California, in '49, and Pike's Peak in '68, was
nothing compared with this new hegeira,
But all who are bound to go, or think of go
ing to the Black Hills gold mines, or the San
Juan silver land should get all the aria they can
before they start, such as Iho location of the
mines; actual yield to this time; tho best
routes ; co st of gelling there ; cost of living;
business openings; Herniation of the towns
and camps ; character of the country, Ac. cc.
The Colorado State Directory for 1877, 2S0
pages, contains an mat the capitalist, or emi
grant wants to know about Colorado, Kan Juan
and the Black Hills mines,
the commissioners and Iho Cni.uitniAX will
drive the printing from this office, nnd therefor
in the hope that if they throw their doors wide
open those otlicials W'dl"walk into their pnrlor;
for the sake of a little riUhy lucre the interests
of the tax-payers of Columbia county have bcei
ignoied by this Post-offieo organ, a corrupt job
her, nuil mistaken officials aro endorsed, and all
for the sake of a little patronage. 1 ho spoctacl
is pitiful, Out upon sucli journalism 1 1
Judge Orvis, of Centre county, has signed the
pledge, ana at the last term oi court at jiene-
lonte granted out six licenses.
We clip the above from an exchange. Its
plain implication is, that Judge Orvis has sign
ed the pledge and Uterefore . granted but si
licenses. Either this is a great injustice to
Judge Orvis, or, if true, an outrage upon the
people. We do not know how many applica
Tills Directory, together witli a supplement tlon8 there wcr0 for llcen8e- but wh(!llier few,
and a man of the San Juan country and the
Mack liilli, will be senl post paid for one dol
lar. Address, J, A, Blauk, Publisher,
The Lewisto wn True Democrat madei fun
ny blunder in a recent issue in stating that
"the folly of petty squabbles and dissenaiens
within the ranks of a party resulting in starting
a second newspaper, Is most forcibly illustrated
in Columbia county, which usually gives a
Democratic majority of 3,600 on general Issues,
and now has nearly all Its local offices filled by
The Dtnocrat has evidently read the Civ
I.UUHUN's comments on olitics in Luzerne
county and got the thing mixed. Columbia
county givea a Democratic majority of 2,200 or
2,300 with undeviating regularity, but has no
local offices filled by Itepublicans. The only
Republican holding a county office Is J. E.
Sands, who Is a Commissioner under the pro
visions of the new Constitution, which gives I anybody," Great Caesar I Think of it. Charles
the minority party one member of the Board. I A. Dana despised by Browerl We earnestly
Don't be alarmed about Columbia county, and I trust that the later years of Mr. Dana may not
don t read warning political lessons until you I be saddened by a knowledge of this fact. Don't
are sure you have hold of the right parties to I don't for "sweet mercy's" sake tell him
many, the tact that even one was reluseu be
cause the Judge had joined the Prohibitionists
would be an act both arbitrary and unlawful,
Wo are loath to believe that such is the case,
but the article quoted plainly implies It.
applicants for license comply willi the require
ments of the law, and If their applications are
not contested for good and sufficient reasons, the
duty of a Judge is plain. Should be refuse
grant a license under such a state of facts, on
the ground that he is a Temperance man and
opposed to the sale of intoxicating liquors, he
oversteps his authority and takes advantage
his judicial position to force his individual opin
ions. We cannot think Judge Orvis would do
The Diuvillo Record doesn't like the New
York Sum's lortralt of It. B. Hayes with
"Fraud" written on Iho forehead, and say
"We take a charitable view of it, and regard
the editor of the New "iork Sun as an irrcapon
elide human being and Incapaable of Insulting
White, smooth nnd soft any lady's hands,
arms or neck may become, who uses Glenn's
Sulphur Soap. Pimples or other disfigure-
nienls of a tomplexlonal nalure, are surely
obliterated by this healthful promoter of beauty
Depot, Crittenton's No. 7 Sixth Avenue, New
York. Hill's Hair & Whisker Dye, black or
brown, 60 els.
May 4, 4w.
Tha most miscralilo beings in tlio world aro
thoso suffering from Dyspep-Ja nnd Liver
Uomplaint. Moic than seventy-five per
cent of tho pcoplo in tho United Slates nre
afflicted with theso two diseases and their ef
fects; such as Sour Stoinncli, Sick Head
ache, Habitual GVlivcticss, Palpitation of tho
Heart, Heart-burn, Watcr-brntli, gnawing
and burning pains nt tho pit of tho Stomach,
yellow skin, coated tongue and disagreeable
tasto in the mouth, coming up of food after
eating, low spirits, Ac. Go to Mover Bros.,
and get a 75 cent bottlo of AUG 1 1ST FLOW
KM or a hamplo bottlo for 10 cents. Try it.
Two doses will relievo you.
April 27, 77-ly jl
KSTATK OF Wll.l.UW RAHREK, DUC'P.
hellers of administration, do bonis non. cum
tcttamento annexo on iho estate of William liar
bfr, late or Madison township, Columbia county,
Pa., hare been (rrahtod by the lieclster til ;o
luiubla county, to conrail Kreamer, of frame town
ship, to whom all persons Indebted nre requested
to make Immediate pa) ment ana thoso having claims
or demands against the said estate will make them
known to tho undersigned Administrator without
IU.11A1 ll Kr.AMltll,
Mayas, '"t-Cw1 Administrator.
T n ti
JUSTICES op Tin: teace.
By the Act of Assembly approved the Sth May
1854 it lias become the required duty of every
Justice of the Peace of Columbia county to re
turn to the clerk of the Court of Quarter .Ses
sions of the Peace all recognizances entered in
to before them by any person or persons charg
ed with the commission of any crime, excepting
such cases as may be ended before Justices of
tho Peace under existing laws, at least ten days
before the commencement of the sessions to
which they are made returnable.
And by the Act of Assembly approved the
th day of March 1872 it further became the
duty of every Justice of the Peace upon com
plaint being made oq oath or affirmation of any
person or persons, to enter such complaint up
on their criminal dockets with the name, rcsi-
lence and occupation, if any, of all defendants,
bail and witnesses in criminal cases, and to
return to the District Attorney of their respec
tive county a true transcript from said docket,
within five days after the binding over or com
mittal of any defendant charged with felo.iy or
any other criminal oflence! Any wilful violation
of this requirement is thereby declared a mis
demeanor in office and on conviction thereof
the party so offending shall be fined in a sum
not exceeding five hundred dollars. The
above Acts of Assembly have been disregarded
by many of tho Justices of the Peace making
either a return to the District Attorney or the
clerk of the Court of Quarter Session. Others
have been mislead by the last Act, making a
return to the District Attorney, and not to the
As the law now stands the returns should be
made to the District Attorney by a transcript
within five days after the binding over or a
committal, and ten days before the general term
of the Court the recognizance should be return
ed to the clerk. Z.
GenU' Fancy Shoes nt E. M. Knorr's.
Another new lino of Parasols, Fans, tho
eclebranted Dr. Wnmer Corset nt $1.25 and
n variety of other makes in prices from 50
cents up to $2.50. Call nnd try our Corsets.
Clark A Wolf.
Wall Paper cheap nt Clark's Book Store.
Lasting Gaiters, $1.00 at McfCirftleys.
Thoso who wish to obtain first class Gro
ceries, can find them at T, W. Conner's new
store in McndcnhaU's building. Country
prodtico taken in exchange. April 27-flw
Did you sco that pile of Fast Colored
Prints, at f cents and other Prints in good
styles, Ginghams 8, 10, 12 cents per yard and
Tnblo nil linen 35 cents and upwards, Mus
lins and other Domestic Goods too numer
ous to mention nt the cheap store of Chirk
ec won i
$1.25 Foxed Gaiter-Tnt McKinncy's.
Ilaso balls and bats cheap at Clark's Boot
Spring Suits rnado up In city style at
IIo, for White Goods! Clark & Wolf havo
now in storo beautiful patterns of tho newest
styles out in JUress Uoous, towels, Napkins
in great variety all styles and prices at Clark
just received a larg3 lot of spring styles of
Shoes at i.. Jl. Knorr s.
Shades cheap at Clark's Book
To all attending Court.
Is nlways money earned
Men's Full Suits from $4.00 to $20.00.
Youth's Full Suits from $H.60 to $10.00.
Boy's Full Suits $2.50 to $8.00.
Men's Pants from $1.00.
Spring styles, latest styles and lowest prices
... hi n...n..i.....a
ul ij. ivuit euuei sj 15
The ladies do sav that Clark & Wolf keep
a fine assortment of ladies' Neck ear. Col
lars. Crepe Laces. Kucliitigs, liows. Silk:
lies, llarbs and all the lalcst novelties.
Window Shades and Wall Paner in ereat
variety and cheap at Clark s liook totore.
Boots and Shoes at
11IB11Y SIIAHPLESS. At Catawissa, May 0, 1S77,
by Itcv. llcnry O. DM of Lew lsburg, Pa Mr. Charles
II. Blbby of Nashville, Tenn., to Miss Sadie Sharpless
of Catawissa, ra.
KINOSliUItV-DOTY At the Methodist parson
age in Orangeville, May 9, 1SI7 by Ilev. Henrys.
Mendsnhall, Mr. William IT. Klnssbury to Miss Ida
M. Doty, both of Huntington, Luzerno county, Pa.
rmtN WALI), In Bloomsburg on tho isth Inst., of
scarlet fever, Annie Mabel, youngest daughter of
Charles s. and Anna A. rornwald, aged, 2 years,
.1 months and 10 days.
BENNETT1. In Tlno twp., on the 81d ult Elmlra
S. liennett, aged 30 years, s months and II days.
The Colossal llronze Statue of Victory which
stands in the Park, at Lowell, before the tomb
ofthefiist soldiers that fell in tho revolution,
is a lasting and beautiful tribute of art. It is
one of the first objects sought by strangers visit
ting our sister city, which indeed many visi
purposely to see this elegant object of high art
It was obtained from the King of Bavaria by
Dr. J, C. Ayer, to whom his majesty was es
pecially gracious in acknowledecnient of what
his remedies are reputed to have done for the
suffering sick. It was donated by the Doctor
to the City of Lowell as a permanent and speak
ing emblem of the victories both of Science and
Arms. Ifagcrslwn (JW.) iVess,
May 4, 4w.
Havo you tried Kirby's WildCherry Cough
Balsam f A very palatcable compound tor
tho various atlections olthe throat aim lungs
it has been used with success, in seven cases
of asthma giving instant relief and In many
cases effecting a pernament cure. Price 50
cents per bottle and positively warranted to
give entire satisiactiou or money reiunded.
Kirby's Magic Relief for the Instant cure
oi severe ana acute pains.
Jvirby's tasteless Worm Lozenges, pleas
ant. safe and effectual.
Kirby s Horse and Cattle Powders are tho
best powders for stock, manufactured. Try
tuem ami oe convinced.
Kirbv'a Camphor Ice for sunburns, sore
Hps and chapped nanus.
Gill's Billious and Liver Pills are rccom
mended by the first Physicians.
itie auove preparations are lor sale by all
.Druggists anu dealers in medicine.
July 21,'7C.-1y t Wholesale Agents,
ilHasTstood the Test.
If you doubt the wonderful success of Shiloh's
Consumption Cure, rive it a trial : then if vou
aro not perfectly tatisfied, return tho bottle and
wa will reiuml ino liriee nam. it has oslnh is i
ed tho fact that Consumption can be cured,
while for coughs, asthma, hoarseness, whoon-
ing cough, nnd all lung or throat troub!e,there
is noiuiug-iihu uiur u quicx aim posmvecure,
and it seldom fails. 10 cents. 60 cents and $1
per bottle. If your lungs nrosore, or chest or
back lame, use fihiloh's Porous Plaster price
25 cents, bold by C. A. Kleimand N, J. lien
Dr. Shiloh's System Vitnlizer is no doubt tho
most successful cure for Dyspepsia nnd Liver
Complaint wo havo ever known, otherwiso wo
could not guaranteed. In cases of consumption
where general debility, loss of uppetilo and
coustipation exist, it will lestoro and rouulnto
the s) stem while Shiloh's euro allays the in
lluinnialion and heals the lungs. Pneo 75 cts.
bold bytJ, A. Klcim and N, J, Hendcrbhott,
"Down to Hard Pan"
A fine line of Snrine Dress Goods uow in
store at tho very lowest prices at Clark &
Sprinc and Summer Hats in all the New
For Men, Hoys and Children at
Gents' Buff Congress at E. M. Knorr's for
rSTATROr ERTUKR DAKBEK, DECKASED
Utters of Administration do lionls non cum testA-
mentn annexo on tho cstato of Ksthcr Harbor, late
of Madison township, Columbia county, Penn'n.,
deceased, havo been granted by tho ltegistcr of said
county tn Conrad Kreamer of Madison twp., Colum
bia co., Pennsylvania. All persons having claims
against the cstato of tho decedent aro requested to
piesenttliom tor settlement, and those Indebted to
the estate to make payment to tho undersigned
uiiuuisiruiur muium ueniy.
LIST OP DIIAI.EIIS IN COLUMBIA COUNTY.
I hereby certify that tho following- list of dealers
taken, returned and classified by me In accordance
with the several uctsof Assembly, la and for Iho
county of Columbia, for tho jcar 1917, Is correct lo
tho best of my knowledge and belief t
KSTAl KIIK JACOB CI.K1V ELL, DEC D.
letters or Admlnlstrfitlnri.nn the entntp nt .Tnpnh
Clcvvell, late or Catawissa twp, Columbia Co, dee'd.
have been granted by the negfster of said county to
the undersigned administrators of saino township,
to whom all persons Indebted to said Kstate lire re
quested to make payment, and thoso having claims
agatnsi the said estate will make them known to the
said administrator without delay.
May S5, ---Cw Administrators.
.otleo Is hereby given tha the partnershlp-hereto-foro
existing between Conrad Kreamer and W. VV.
Hurst nt.Ierseytovvn, Columbia county, Pa., trading
under tho tlnnuinme of VV. VV. Hurst t Co. was dls
solve by limitation on April 1st, 1S77. Tho accounts
wm ne seiueu oy enner inemuer or tlio late Ilrm.
w. w. liunsr,
The business nt the Arm will lioennllnnnrt nt i,a
old stand. Thankful for past patronage. I lespect-
iuuy houeit a continuance of tho same.
May 25, '77-tw'
In the Orphans' court of Columbia county.
Tho undersigned was iiDnotnted Auditor In the
matter of the exceptions to Iho final confirmation of
tho account of John Anderson Adtnlnlstrutor of
Mary Thornton, deceased. In compliance with his
nppulntment ho will attend lo tlio duties of the
same at tho public house of V, K. Weldensaul In
Centralia tho 14th day of Juno 1S77 at 10 o'clock a.m.
3. II. jami:,
May 23, '77 4w Auditor.
llluderlldcr, David, general inerehatidlso 14
Itlcc, Abraham " ' 14
Miuman, C, A, " " 14
Drelsebach, oeorgo " M 14
Ixissce, J. a. " ' 14
Shuman, F, L, " " 14
Mcllenry, ltohr, general merchandise 1J
Mcllenry,.!.. I. ' " w
Mcllenry.li.sontCo " " II
Adams k Son. ceneral merchandise 1.1
Preas Brothers " , is
Press Brothers, lumber dealers 14
Hockman, II. M grocery store 14
Powier, c. D. fui nfturc storo 14
Hughes, W. T. grocery storo 14
VI son. H. A. A Co. drug storo 14
Snyder, C. P. book store 14
nowman s Crispin, general mercuanuiso ix
Bower, I. H. It. ' " 12
Utile, it. II. drug store 14
Dlstelhuisf, P. I,, furniture storo 14
Jackson ,t VV oodin. manufacturing co. 7
Buckingham. l. A. stove and tinware 14
dross, Dav id, jiorier bottler 14
Caldwell, .1, P. confectionery 14
vv ngenseuer k. v. o. vwioicsaiu notion siuru u
llendershot N. .1. urug and grocery storo 14
(illinorc. William, confectioner) 14
Old & Pursel, general merchandise 14
Hagenbucli, Isaiah, stovo and tinware 14
Conner, T. VV. grocery store 14
Mendenhall. K. dry goods storo 14
Mroup, Havld, grocery storo It
Creasy. 1). A. dry goods and grocery 18
jcoiuns k lioimes, piumoers uuu gas liners i-t
Kv.ins. A. ,T. elottilntr store 14
Marr, C. C. grocery and dry goods 13
Decker A Meckel, conrecttonery 14
Kramer, Wttllain, grocery store 14
Miller, . II. .son, dry goods nnd grocery 12
llunyon A: Co. hardware storo 13
schu) ler son "
Bel nhaid. Louts, Jewelry storo
cadman, K. 11. furniture room
Lowonberg. David, merchant tailor
Savage, c. Jewelry storo
Clark & Wolf, dry gouds storo
riacouj , u. a. grocery sioro
ousi. v luiaiu ii. aeiuer in eoru
FLORENCE OIL STOVE,
I J J llJt J.IA11JL.LJAIJ
SAI-'KST AND MOST CiiflTnit le. Hum two els.
ECONOMICAL. I per hour Tor furl.
NO UNNP.CKSSAP.Y IIKATt NO ODOItl
end for circular nnd nrleo list to WILbON t: MIL-
LLlt, ism llldgo Avenue, Philadelphia.
aiay is,7-4tt a
Hand-made Shoes at McKinney's.
Wanted. Two girls to learn the tailor
ing trade, win. l. Kester. Apr.'Jdt
The largest stock of Clothing ever shown
n Hlooiusburg can now bo seen at D. Lovv-
Linen Rcadv Made Dresses and Linens to
make up, and a largo line of Cambrics, Cre-
tons, jjress trimmings, vl into ttamDurgsanu
Inscrtings, Tassos, Linen Embroidery, and a
full lino' of liall and Fly Fringes, a great
variety of Dress Trimmings, Sequin, Pearl
and Silk Iiuttons, a new stylo of Trimming
liutton, in fact you can find all the latest
novelties at Clark & Wolfs.
SHERIFFS SALE !
By virtue of a writ of Tier! Paclas Issued out
of tho Court of Common Pleas of Columbia Co., and
to me directed, will be exposed to public sale at tho
Court House In Bloomsburg nt ono o'clock p. m. on
SATURDAY, JUNE 2nd, 1877,
tho following real estate to-vvlt :
All that certain lot of ground situate on tho west
side of Market street, In tho Town of Bloomsburg,
adjoining let of William Ncal on tho south, nnd
Hldg Alley on the north, and extending back tn
Muuey's Alley, whereon Is erected a brick dwelling
house, barn, Icc-housu nnd other out-buildings.
All that certain lot of ground sltuato on Third
street In the Town of Bloomsburg, marked In gencr.
al plan of said Tuwn, No. 03, beginning at south
east corner of said lot on Third street, thence nlong
said street south-west M!.ty-st feet, thence north
west along lot No. CO two hundred and fourteen and
a half feet to P lne Alley, thenco along Pino Alley
north-east sixty-six feet, thence south-east along lot
No. C4 two hundred nnd fourteen and a half feet to
tho place of beglnntng, containing one third of an
acre, whereon Is erected a framo dwelling house,
barn and other out-bulldlngs.
All that certain lot of ground situate on Third
street In said Town of Bloomsburg, marked In gen
eral plan No. fsl, adjoining above last described lot
on the east nnd extending west along said Third
street CO feet to Jefferson street, and back along
said Jefferson street two hundred and lour-
teen and a half feet to Pine Alley, containing one
third of an acre, wheieonls erected a brick dwelling
house, frame barn and other out-bulldlngs.
Seted, taken In execution and to bo sold as the
pioperty of John S. Mcrucr.
CONDITIONS OP SALE. Purchasers must pay
ten per cent, of the purchase money, or at least
enough to cover all costs, at striking down of sate
otherwise properly to be resold nt once.
JOHN W. HOFFMAN,
May 23, lS77.-ts isherlir,
Icnaershot. Josenh VV. grocery and coal
Neat. C. VV. A Brother, dealers In coal
Ktenn. Henry, grocery storo
Miil.c, .1. II giocerynndqucenswaro
Moyer Brothers (corner Main) drug storo
I.utz K Moan, dry goods
McKlnney. William c Imot and shoe storo 14
McKelvy, I. VV. dry goods and grocery
IIUI III1UII, I, H i
Hartman, 11. c. carpet store
Kieun. c. A. drug storu
correll. W. .1. & Co. furniture storo
vcuer. .jaeon. wholesa e dry goods
Kver. .1. K. drv rroods nnd L-rucerv
Miss D. Brobst, confectionery
uauo, Augustus, grocery srore
l-'urinan,KII.is It, turnlturu storo
Whnry, I.. I.', stoves and llvvaro
Itupert, A. M. ' "
mens, .icsse, cioiiung siorc
Hartman Brothers, grocery storo
Knorr, 1:11 M. boot and shoe storo
Moyer Bros, thrower's block) drugstore
Clark, Heorgo A. book storo
S( ott, J, 11. confectionery
Sleeker, .1. II. Hour nnd feed storo
Bloomsburg Iron Co. general merchandise
I,ockard. 0. M. J. K. dealers In coal
oross. Peter, beer bottler
moss A- Brother, clothing storo
Bloo.LSburg Lumber Co. dealers In lumber 14
Terwllllger, Andrew, grocery store 14
Harder, C. F. lumber and hardware 1 1
Puuston. ('. 11. dealer lu coal 14
Harder, Thomas K. furniture storo 14
Deamer, s. 11. general merchandise 13
(lute, K. B. coal jard 14
nniuie x audoii. dealers in nimDerfi coal 14
John, J. R son. general merchandise 13
snarpiess k sons. .... n
iiurimnn, vv liuain. rurniiiu'c store 11
Manhart, Ccorge, shoo and boot store 14
John. William, stovo and tin waru 14
smith, .1. M drugs and hardware 12
id-inai u. 11. general merenandlse 14
Cleaver, A. B. stoves and tinware 14
foitncr, B. P. S son, general merchandise 14
', 1'. general merchandise
, vv mum, merciiandisu
Sceshaltz. I. 11. tfroeerv store
line A: Brother, general merchandise
Brobst, M. M.
Huberts Kline " "
scott, Oeorge C. dry goods
Murphy, C. (1. general merchandise. 14
Millard, 0. B. " " 13
Mench, Adam, Jewelry store 14
Michaels, o, VV. grocery store 14
Thornton, Annie, confectionery 1 1
Bryson, H. cn. general merchandise 10
Black, D. c. giocery store 1 1
Moran. John, boot and shoo storo 14
Davis, (leorgc, Jr. drug store 14
Portlier, A, II. stoveA: tinware 14
Trautmau, W. C. general merchandise 1 1
Ammerman, J. M. general merchandise.
Hosier, D u. "
Dreishbach, II. P. " "
Howell, 0. M. " "
Harrison, Jaied " "
Mcllenry, .1. p.
KSTATK.OK ASRAKAH BEAVFn, DECASKI1.
Li Iters Testamentary on the cstato of Abraham
nMr ioi if nn.-irinprrepK tiwns bin county or
Columbia, (leeeased.hnvuliopn grantsl by tho Hegls-
teror Raid county to tiio iinuersigneu eei wurs, mi
neinons having chHmso gainst the estate of the dece
dent are requested to present them for settlement
and IIIOSO inueuieu III 1110 rainiu w niuu rijiMub
to the undersigned executors without delaj .
I N pursuance of an order of Dclnno (.!. Cal
vin. Ksn.. surrogate of tho County of New York,
fiollco Is hereby given to nil persons having claims
against Charlollu Kjer, late of Catawissa, f'cnnsyl
vanla, but leaving assets within tun city nnd county
of New York, deceased, lo present tho satno with
vouchers thereof to tho subsrrllier. at hlsoniee. No.
lis Wall street. In the city of New York, on or before
1 toted, New York, the seventh day of December,
I- KhUI.1111. IV V. 11A nxi 11.1 1. 11,
J KSTATK OF THOMAS KNORIt, nKCKASKD.
Letters Testamentary on tho estate of Thomas
Inorr, lato of Bloom township, Columbia county.
county to John i. gulck.
Dia counry, la., neeuuii.
wnom an per
sons Indebted aro requested to make payment, and
thoss having demands against tho said estate will
Mar 4, T7-ow
nown to the said Executor without do-
J01IN O. QUICK,
Dauchy & Co's Advt's.
sec this. Only $1.50 capital re
qnlrcd to sUirt canvassing for
Mark Twain's New Scrap Eook.
Apply with stamp to
lsn East Light Bt.,Now Yr'k CANVASSERS
The Black Hills.
By II. N. Magulre, who has spent 12 years tn this
region. Latest accounts of Hold and Sliver pros
pects, Agricultural and Grazing resources, Climate,
Hunting, Pishing, Indians, and Settlers' Adventures
with thcm.Mlnliigand Wild Western Ufo.tho Water
fniis. lmnifir- (ipisprs. noble scencrv. lmmcnso
(iorges, etc., with 2, line Illustrations and one map.
1 rice u:si,l 111 ccniH. sum vy an .uwueiuein, m
sent post-paid for 12 ets. by
DONNELLY, I.OYI) A: CO., Pubs.,
May 11,, 77 4w il Chicago, III.
" THE HOPE OF REWARD
Is what Induces so ninny pcoplo In search of
si'i.i:un FAn.a11.Yf; iim
to go to Michigan, nnd select from tho
ONE MILLION OF ACRES
of the land grant of tho Grand Ilaplds and Indiana
It. It. Co.
stiong Isolls, sure crops plenty of timber, no
drouths, grasshoppers, or chinch bugs. Pure water,
running streams, ready markets, civilization and
schools, ltallroad runs through centre of grant,
l'rlco from 4 to sto per acre, send for our Illustra
ted pamphlet, full of foots In German and English,
say In what paper j ou saw this notice. Address
W. 0. HUGIIART, Land Oomm'r..
OltAND HAPlDS, MICH. '
HtloPerfeei March 2, lS77-3m
J. Weaver & Go's. Adv'ts.
$200,000 WORTH OF GOLD-PLATED
Tor Jl wo will send, as liclovv, all Warranted
Hold Plated. 1 pair gold stono fleevo Buttons. 1
pair engraved Mi-eve Buttons, 1 set pointed Muds,
1 set aineihyst Muds, 1 Wedding King, 1 engraved
band nnger 1 log, 1 nmelhj st stone King, Inlaid with
gold, 1 elegant King, marked "Friendship," ame
thyst stone bcart Hng, inlaid with gold, 1 splendid
slivered hat pin, l set Ladles' Jet and gold pin and
drops, 1 misses' set Jet nnd gold, 1 la dies' Jet set, or
namented, 1 set handsome rose-bud ear drops, I
gent's elegant Ijiku Oeorge diamond stud, 1 cardinal
redhead necklace, 1 pair ladles amethyst stono ear
drops, inlaid with gold, 1 Indies ornamented let
brooch, 1 fancy scarf ring nnd elegant watch chain.
Tako your -choice tho entire lot uf 20 pieces, sent
post-paid for II, or any s pieces jou choose for W
cents. Now Is tho llnio lo mako money, Thebo
goods can easily be retailed for lo.
P. h 10CKMAN, 23 Bond St., New lork.
Ills renutatton for honesty, fair dealing and liber
ality Is unequalled by any udvertlser In this city.
. . uay hook, uec. in, isn..
May 4, '77 lm J w co
FEE REDUCED ENTIHE COST $55.
'ateut onlec lee tss In advance, balanco 20 within 0
months alter ratent allowed. Advice and examina
tion free. Patents sold.
.1. VANCi: LEWIS i: CO.,
May 4, 'U7-3m J w co Washington, D. C.
Ladies' fine Shoes, all widths and sizes
COAL! CQALU COAL! !!
Wo arc now ofTciing tho celebrated Stis-
michatma Coal Co's Coal at the lbllowius
cash prices :
jNo. li. fl.hj per ton 011 wharl.
No. 5. 2.H5 per ton on whaif.
No. '2. 3 and 4. 2.00 per ton on whaif.
Hlacksiuith's Lump 'J.'.iO per ton on wharf.
Eitinulnous 4.50 per ton on wharl'.
35 cents per ton additional, for delivery to
any part of the town.
vmm lioitsa Hates l, cents per ton less.
No. 0. to Linie-burners $1.50 per ton.
Coal screened before leaving our vards and
fidl weight puaratitcttl.
Orders left :it I. W. JIcKclvy's Store, at
our office, or sent through the mails will re
ceive pionipt attention.
lour patrouago is respectlully solicited.
C. V. NF.AL t Uito.
jMay 1, 1S77.
UN K EL'S BITTER WINE OP IKON.
A Sitll Fnrilier Reiliiciioii in the
PHICE OP PAINTS,
Djtr 4: Brother, general merchandise
Dorr, A. J. general merchandise
Hess, W. V. " "
Black, P. D. " "
Henry, Miss II."
Masters, Wm, " "
Welllver.J. c. "
CENT HE TOWNSHIP.
nonsler. Jacob, treneral mereli.inrlUe
Lamon, .1. P. "
W 1 tin re ru n "
Brotist. 'I nomas, irroer-rv store
Low Brothers Co. general merchandise
v ooiey, i.. vv . ueaier in coal
Povv er, Z. T. dealer In coal and grain
It has never been known to fall la tho cure 0
weakness, attended with symptoms of Indisposition
to exertion, loss of memory, dimculty of breathing,
weakness, horror of disease, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, universal las
situde ol tho muscular system, enormous appetite
with dyspeptic symptoms, hot hands, Hushing of the
body, dryness of the skin, pallid countenanco nnd
eruptions on tho face, purlfj ing iho blood, piln In
the hick, hea luess of Iho e) ellds, frequent black
spots Hying before tho eyes, with sutrulon and loss
of bight, want of attention, etc. Sold ouly In (1 bot
tles, (let tho Genuine. Depot and onlee, r.3,North
Ninth St., Philadelphia. Adi Ice free. Ask for P. P.
Kuukel's Bitter (Wine of Iron, and tako no other
make. Genuine sold only In (1 bottlas,
NEltVOUS DEBILITY I NP.HVOUS DEBILITY !
Debility, a depressed irrltablo state of mind, a
weak, nervous, exhaustedfeellug.no energy or ani
mation, confused head, weak memory, the cor.se
quf nces of excesses, mental overwork, Thlsnervous
debility llndsu sovereign euro In K. P. Kunkel's
Bitter Wlno of Iron. It tones tho system, dispels
tho inental'gloom and despondency, and rejuven
ates the entire sj stem. Sold only in II bottles. Oct
tho genuine Sold by all druggists. Ask for E. P.
Kunkel's Bitter Wlno of Iron, and tako no other.
Geuulno sold only In Jl bottles, or six bottles for fs.
All I ask Is a trial of this valuable medicine. It will
convince the most skeptical of Its merits.
NEVElt P41UNU WOUM SYKUP.
E. P. Kunkel's Worm syrup never falls to destroy
Ptn, Seat and stomach Worms. Dr. Kunkel Is the
only successful physician who removes Tape Worm
In two honrs,hcad and all complete alive, and uo fee
till head passes. Common sense teaches If Tape
Worms tan be removed, nil other warms can be read
ily destroyed. Scud for circular to Dr. Kudkel, (59
North Ninth ftreet, Philadelphia, Pa., or ask our
druggist .for Kunkel's Worm Syrup. Price l per
oottle. It never falls. Used by chldren or grown
persons with perfect safety. May.
If" you want In save from 10 to
11 er cent
In the cost of PAINTINO, send for our prices of tho
follow lug :
Strictly PUrtE WI1ITP, LEAD,
MONTOUlt WHITE LEAD
SLATE PAINTS, ALL COl.OltS,
IKON PAINTS, 'riIUEE"cOL01!S,
PURE LINSEED OIL
BEST JAPAN DRYER.
msi:i:i Oil. t CHALK PUTTV.
Best Faint Brushes,
Orders and lnnulrles bv mall win v-,-iro tirmnnt
( attention. Simple cards andprlc ellst furnl-Jied
mi, vv iiuam, 0001 and siioe sure
Harris, P. P.
Shoemaker, M. o. s w. 11. general mdse.
oeum, Peter, general merchaudloe
astlne. J. II.
eager. Jacob "
Seborn, Thomas " "
'ampbell. V. J. general merchandise
Bodlue, J. 1). '
Derr, P. p. confectionery
MIPI US TOWNSHIP.
ledler. J. II. general inerch.mdlso
laiUel, W. C. "
reusv a lirovv 11 '
Sands, Joseph, k Son, general mcrclnndlso 14
HENHY S. It KAY.
New pieces sheet music, retails fort! Tn, sent for
w in uis, uuu siuuip. mcap .music (. 0 , .Mlddleboro,
iiiay -, ti-iw a
.51:1.1:11 tNT CAItHi nil stjles with name, 10
... iwv mm, u, 1,. uiiaiuu. rtUNSUU. KPIlS CO.
May 23, '1 J iw d
Best bargains In A merlca.Tv A T TyVQ.I, p,
JIIHIIS UUU I UlUIUgUU jrCe,--- - ViHK
May M, 'It--iw d
.lie anil liriillli Without Di-tigs.
i. ... - 1 )r. P.lllPrtntf ' m-not
I It! lit k fit mill , ... . .. v"i-
,' Willi'. AMI UIUJ .'' ueailj lor
Tlio only book urac
tidily trpatlnp tbN now
univiTtiuuy ausnru i n k
preich to, Mr. Democrat.
IIackviktack, a rich und fragrant perfume.
01 Sold by C. A. Kleim and N. J. HcndersLott.
1 April 0, '77-ly j
matter of the monev arising from Hip rhIa t,t
the real estate of 11, W, blcrucr by tho hherllt and
11UW 1U UI3 11UUUS,
Tlio undersigned Auditor appointed to make dls
rlbutlou of tho ubove funds to and uiuong the nur.
Ilea entitled thtreto, win attend lo ihodutleBol his
appointment at the olllco of c. 11, A- w, J, liuckuleiv
In thelowuof Bloomsburg, Ptuu'a., on Naturday
Ihejsdday of June IsTT, al 10 o'clock a.m., when
and where all persons hav Ing claims are requested
to present the same before theAudllor or bo debarr
ed from coming m tor a share of suld fund.
. ,e . I't'CKALEW,
May 83, 15I7-4W Auditor,
topic. Shown how 10 apply tho tieatment, and tells
of many successful cures made by tho nso ofUils
wonderful medium, circulars and liest terms 10
eai ly applicants. J. M. STODDAHT & Co., m chest-
nub Dk., 1 uuu. JluyVJ, II4W u
"READ THIS! !
A Cbanco for all to mako or Savo
AND (1KT T1IK ISEST OOOIIS IK THE MAKKET.
TEAS, COFFEES, &C.
sold ut lowernrlcyalliari th unmn nniinioa
bought at any other house In this country. All
goods guaranteed to li satisfactory and us retire
seiiled.ortheinouei will bu refunded 011 return of the
coous. wmen lilnv tie dune nt nur itr.ie
T ho reputation of our house for ski 1 inu standabd
i.oons at low i-uiirs, (lor 81! jearsi, has given us a
hlaiidlnglii New ork illy und vicinity, Unit Is not
enjoied by any other house In the trade. After ma
tuiu deliberation wuhave deteimtned to oiler our
goods lo housekeciiers In Iho lutcrlur, ut the i-owot
wiioi.ksai.e tkauk iHicM, vvlifii a club Is formed
lariru cuuuch 10 mnku a shimII t-ui,. r..J,
cam ineiiiUr of the club will lie put In separate
packages, and malted v it h name and cost, so as to
iivoidcoutiulonln distribution, iiuudswil bo bent
by express to uuu ect onueiivhiv. ah uuhi7?7,.
savo jioneybv purchasing family supplies at Now
v.urk wholesale prices can talk tho matter over
uiiiony friends and nelghliors, and send to us tor
Chili Vlrcu ar, Prlee-llt, 4x. Wo give a present of
either goods or money to the iH-rsbn who gets uu
beud tor priio-lut and drcular.
Stlner's Hew York and China Tti Co..
M. H, MOSES & 00,, Proprietors
1,711, SI HI, und M! ,..,.y .irrn.'.Nrvv Vui
14 7 00
Paxton A- Harman, reneral dealers
Mtss J. T. Paiubwut Hi. grocery store
Itciy Henry s. oils and brushes
immii, 11. r, yiuex-IJ niuro
Miarpless, Q, 11. '
Sloan, D. K. general merchandise
veuer, .vi. u. conreciionery
....iuH.uiin-a 11. Ki-ueuu uieieuaumso
Low, C. W. A" boil " "
Cole, K. k son, general merchandise
Cherlngton, Owen, general merchandise
Young, Silas, general mere handlso
'" ' grocery siore
While, A. B. gene rat mcichandlso
hnt, llobert. stoves and ltnaro
ji uiu-r, d. u. urug SIOIO
'revellriir. (1. W. L-enernl moreli.imll.irt
Workheker, J. 1). boot and siicw store
W orman, Hamurl A. general merchandise
rUl. 1 eiirv. eoid ilea er
I'revellng. Thus. A- cn. irrueerv A- f..ert ttim,.
Hartman, T. W. confectioner) 14
ltlsliart, N. bout and shoe storo 14
Dleterlch, W. E. general merchandise n
All persons who may feel aggrieved bvthenhmrt
classification can have an opportunity of appealing
j iiiiTiiin iuu uuueraigueu, june 8, lsn, at which
time an appeal will bo held at the Court House, tn
Bloomsburg, commencing al 10 o'clock a. m.,and end
Ing al 4 o'clock p. iu.
T. D. Kellogg's Advts.
PRINTING INK C0.?
BEST AND CHEAPEST
riilNTIXG INK IX THE MARKET.
lliireluy .-!., Nl'.W YOHK.
Aug. II, '70.-4SW k
ROLLINS & HOLMES,
have removed to Evans'
Extra heavy Tin AVire, also
AWNINGS AND TENTS
of every description manufactured
Eollins & Holmes.
Galvanized Iron Cornice
designed and manufactured by
Rollins & Holmes.
ARGAND HOT BASE STOVES
the best and most economical in
Rollins & Holmes.
May II. T-
itarVKn?!i.i!'',:N,',j 'or man w ith a small caV
llal. l'or terms apply tn c. 11. Brockway. or
JiayiMvv Catawissa Pa.
V. A. Lchniann, Solicitor of American and Fore'irn
Patents, Washington. D.c. All business ennr..,
with Patents, whether before tho I'atent onice or
the courts, promptly attended to. Noclurgo made
"" 1'iiieui 19 Mvurcu, send rora circular.
May 4, IT it titw
Babcock & Wyeth's Ads
Is taken Internally, and Positively cures Itheuma.
turn, uout, Neuralgia and Lumbago. tw"bua 7bV
fVorUfeiir,itUU "WU everywhere. te
llELl'IIUNSTINK t BKNTLKY.
Oct. e. -70, 1y. , w I,rUKlsW- Washington, b.
The EARSTOW ELEVATED
Oven Range, the LLON and KM
PRESS Portable Ranirca
Rollins & Holmes.
Public and private buildings
heated by steam. A vnriotv
Steam Pipe, Valves and Fittings,
constantly on hand.
Rollins & Holmes.
PLUMBING & GAS FITTING
i'eui,-7T- Rollins tt Holmes.