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Uli 0 0 MR I! mid, FIUIlAT, JUKI! , 18 77.
Kali Iloait Tlmo Talilc.
LACKAWANNA 4: BLOOMSllUlttl HAIL IIOAt)
Accommodation Train MS A.M. 7.52 A.M.
Mall Train 7.89 A. M 4.49 p. M
Express Train ., 1.60 1'. M. 11.67 A. M
" " (Uo p. M.
CATAWISSA HAlIi ROAD.
Accommodation Train us A. M. 7,37 P. M.
liogul.ir Express 4.(ki P.m. 11,113 A.M.
Tlirongli cars on Express train cither to Sow York
or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between
Outawlssa and Wllllamsport.
Constables' sale tiill'.and nil kinds of justices'
blanks for sale at this office.
Judging from tlio profusion of blossoms on
tbo cherry trees there will be an abundant crop
of this fruit.
W. K. Buckingham, editor of the Altoona
Mirror h visiting his father Key. N. S. Buck
ingham, presiding elder of the M. K. Church.
Strawberries of exceedingly good quality have
made their appearance. They will be abun
dant this season and, we trust, cheap.
A severe hat! storm passed over Greenwood
township on Tuesday evening doing much dam
age to growing crops, breaking glass .Vc
Why does the Shenandoah Jfcruld go to the
expenso of sending a correspondent to Blooms
burg? Nobody hero reads the paper.
Charles Axt, a baker of Wilkes Birre, aged
thirty years, hanged himself in his bed room
last Friday and nobody knows why he did it.
There are any number of counterfeit five
cent pieces in rirculation, most of them made
of pewter. Look out for them.
Tho recent plenteous showers have done much
good. Grass especially has grown wondrously
under the Influence of the gentle rain.
The Catawisst Lodge A, Y. M. will haven
picnic, next Tuesday, at Catawlssa to which the
members and the Masonic fraternity are invi
ted. The Pottsville Miner's Journal says it "learns
from railroad men that tho locomotive engi
neers and firemen can go back to their engines
at once, provided they le.ivo the Brotherhood."
We havo ordered a new lot of jobbing mater
ial, and our rates for job work have been re
vised. We can compete with any othc office
In the county in neatness and prices.
Officers of School Boards and Poor Districts
can supply themselves with orders, loose or
bound, at tho Coi.umman office, at very low
Tho communication relative to the czpcill
tion from "Centre Valley" reached us too late
for our last issue, and, of course, would bo stale
news for this week.
An exchange says that Hour thrown on burn
ing oil, will instantly quench the llamcs, and
cautions tho public to remember this when a
Tiiis is the month of roses. Tho remark is
not strikingly original hut as every other paper
in tho State lixs mentioned it, we do likewise as
a matter of justico to our subscribers.
The session of the Methodist Sunday School
Convention of this district began on Tuesday
and ended last evening too late for a report of
the pioccedings in this week's Coi.umiuax.
1 lie Town Ulock is on the rampage again
and after striking two hours behind time for a
whilc,struck work and now doesn't strike at all
A striking instance of neglect.
Wo have received from Julius K. Mirsales,
010 Arch street, Philadelphia, publisher, a
copy of tho "Cordon Kouge Galop," by Edmund
WolsteHcr. Illuminated title page, price fifty
We call attention to the advertisement of tli
Jubilee Singers, who will bo at tho Opera
House on -Monday evening next. Ihev are
popular here and will doubtless have a good
The Wilkes Barre daily llceord of the Times
lias donned a new dress and is as pretty a paper
as can bo imagined. Dr. Bradley Is deserving
of any amount of credit for giving his readers a
paper both full of news and fair to look upon.
Hellebore, dusted over rose-bushes in the
morning, whilo yet damp with dew, will cITec
tually clear them of the f.y that infests them
A few pennies' worth will do the business, and
save your bushes from ultimate destruction.
A correspondent Hends us a remedy for cur
rant and goosebcry worms. Ho says, "Sprinkle
tho bushes thoroughly in the morning, whil
wet with dew, with slacked lime, liepeat twice
r thrco times and the worms will perish."
Amongst the fashionable intelligence in
neighboring sheet occurs the following wise sen
tence: It Is not polite to enter a place where
you aro not invited. Therefore you should not
go Into a store where they do not advertise.
The personal properly in and around tho
Exchange Hotel was sold by the sheriff on Mon
day last. The prices brought hy tho goods
were fair, and much belter than usually paid at
such sales. Nearly everything was purchased
hy creditors, and will probably he left in tho
Hotel to be sold or rented with the building.
For Sale. A line country residence, with
choice surroundings, etc. This frequently means
that the occupant wishes to regain health ; be
cause a residence in a malarial district will in
duce blood poisoning, and henco disease. This
can bo most expeditiously counteracted by the
prompt administration of Dr. Bull's Blood Mix
ture. Christian Scliroeder, a Williamsport brewer,
died in prison, on Thursday, of convulsions, A
chart tiiuo before, he had boarded a switch en
gine and flourished a cocked revolver, imagin
ing that he was being pursued by revenue uffi
cers, Tho engineer and fireman hastily fled
from the locomotive, leaving tho crazed man In
full possession. He was subsequently disarmed
and lodged in prison, where he diud in twenty
The following is a copy of a note received by
the JWi Journal, Pottsville: "I feel It my
duty to inform the law abiding citizens of
hchuylkill and Carbon and Columbia counties
that there is a plot about being made to rescue
the Mollies who are now confined in jail and
are to tie hung. 1 hope that there will be all cau
tlon taken so that they will not be able to get
them out of jail until they have been executed.
lie on your guard ; this u no scare."
A fnenu from Centralis sends us a well writ
ten communication recommending to the peo
ple an esteemed gentleman far a certain office.
We decline to publish it. Any person desiring
to announce his name for an office in this paper
.can do so by paying us the usual charge. Since
the establishment of the Columbian all candl
date's havo been treated with the strictest im
partiality. To admit of communications favor'
ins one or depreciating others, would not only
fill our columns with useless matter, but would
lead to pcraonti tltlcrneui and parly injury.
A young man named. William Heist, who
lives on Iron Street near ltock, fell from tho
second story window of his houso nhllo asleep,
on nunuay night, and was badly brulsd. Ho
leu at least twenty feet, striking upon a flight
of steps and rolling down upon tho sidewalk.
The application of Charles Grove, of this
town, for pardon, has been held under mlvlsc
ment by the Board of I'ardons. Grove Is ser
vlng out a term of Imprisonment for bointr eon-
cerncd in the stealing ofasumof money from
the house of Mr. Fry, In Montour township.
There arc in tho county jail at tho present
writing, seven prisoners s tho thrco condemned
men Hester, Tnlly and McIIugh, Kramer, un-
er charge of setting fire to tho Exchange Hotel.
rVrchle, colored, surety of tho peace. Kelly.
tho witness In tho Hosier trial and John U.
t right, from Berwick, for robbery.
It will lio well If our readers who have fruit
trees will examine them for ratnpillar nests ami
destroy them. Tho work is easily accomplish-
cil hy saturating a rag with coal oil, setting it on
fire, and by the aid of a pole burning tho nests.
J hese insects aro doing Immense Injury every
year, and by a combined o ort may bo almost
Tiik Youxu Folks' Monthly. Young peo
ple, read the June number of the Young Folks'
-Monthly, which is brim full of good things, for
entertainment and Instruction. Should be read
by every young person in the West. Price on
ly S1.00 per year. Send 10 cents for sample
copy. Address the Young Folks' Monthly 151
Fifth Av., Chicago,
lho common belief is that ministers aro
exempt from service on juries. This Is a mis
take. There is no law exempting any class of
men but the military. By the act of April 1,
18G7, every commissioned, non commissioned
officer, musician and private of each and every
uniformed company, which shall faithfully
serve as such, shall be exempt from jury duty."
At lho annual session of tho East .Susquehan
na Classn of the Reformed church held at Mc
Ewensville, Northumberland county, May 21th,
Key. G. D. Gurley and Elder S. C. Shivc were
delegates from Bloomshurg. Mr. Gurley was
chosen a delegate to lho General Synod which
meets in Lancaster in May 1S78, and Mr. Sliivo
delegate to liio Synod of tho United States
which meets in Allciuown next October.
The number of Opium and Morphia eaters
in this Country alone, would equal in size an
immense army. To what extent tho desire was
ingrafted in the unfortunates by lho early ad
ministration of the deadly poisons named, it is
not difficult to conceive. Dr. Bull's Baby Syr
up is the remedy for tho diseases of Babyhood,
contains nothing injurious to the weakest in
fant and is absolutely safe under all circumstan
ces. 1'rice lo cents.
Wesley Bodine, who pleaded guilty to a
charge of larceny, was to have received his sen
tence on Friday, but evaded that unpleasant
matter by skipping away from jail the evening
before. Tho Sheriff had allowed him somo
privileges and he had been assisting about the
house on Thursday, but took advantage of the
Sherifi's clemency and fled. His sentence will
he of more interest to lnm than it would have
been, when he returns.
It remained for Colonel Hoyt's Wilkesbarrc
llceord of the Times to say that Mr. MacVcagh
"indulged in old Copperhead charges against
General Butler." It is altogether probable Mr.
MacVeagli knew what he was talking about,
oven if he may provo to be in the way of Colo
nel Hoyt's Gubernatorial aspirations. Thai'
what tho Philadelphia Times has to say about
it and there may be some truth in the state
ment. Clinton county has taken the contract to sup
ply the Democratic Slate Convention with al'
the candidates that will bo needed this year
and next. Mackey for Governor, Xoyes for
State Treasurer, Mayer for Supreme Judge and
DieH'enbacli for Auditor General all good ma'
terial is what is written on the slate by that
county. It is hardly necessary for the other
counties to send delegates. It will bo a saving
of time and double to let Clinton do the work
herself. Of course none of the other counties
would be so impolite as to object. Jlcllefontc
By an act of the legislature passed last winter
tho pensions to soldiers of the war of 1812, or
their widows, have been increased from $40 to
$7.1 per year. As the act which provides for
this increase does not specially appropriate a
sum for the payment of the pensioners, the state
treasurer had doubts as to his power to pay out
money for this purpose. Ho accordingly sub
mitted the question to the attorney general who
rendered an opinion that tho act did not con
diet with the requirements of the constitution
and that the money due to pensioners will bo
legally apportioned to them.
Decoration Day was well observed at Espy. The
procession formed at Odd Fellows Hall in the
following order; The Buck Horn Cornet Band,
preceded by lho colors draped in mourning;
the speakers : lpy Lodge No. (1S1I.O. ofO,
F. ; 22 little girls dressed in white, and carrying
the (lowers to be used in decorating the graves
citizens. The marshals were O. P. Ent and
. J, Kobison, The proccssson marched lo
tho Cemetery at Aftcn and decorated the graves
of nine soldiers. A very appropriate addres
was delivered by M, C. Brittain who was fol
lowed hy Iicv. Mr. Buckingham and the pas'
tor of the Evangelical church. After a bene
diction by Her. A. Brittain tho line of march
was taken up to lspy.
We aro glad to learn that our young friend
Wilbur F. lteeder,son of Hiram J. Iteeder Esq.,
of Catawissa, has been admitted to the Centre
county bar under favorable auspices, ocllp
lho following flattering notice from the Belle
Admitted. Mr. Wilbur F. Keeder, late a
law student with Bush, locum and Hastings,
was admitted to the bar a couple ot weeks ago,
after standing one of the bcrt examinations ever
gone through with bv any young lawyer in this
county, Tho examination was an exceedingly
strict and thorough one, tho committee pulling
in sous tweniy-tivo nouriot nam work, tint
they found Mr, Iteeder booked on alt points
1 in all phases of tho law, showing tho most
ample preparation and an exhaustive course of
reading, i lie young gentleman was highly
complimented by his examiners and hy the
lawyers generally. Ho is now a full-fledged
attorney and we wish him success, honing thai
lie may go on up until he reaches tun topmost
round In the ladder ol legal lame and honor.
The post office patriots make an attack in the
Jlepullican this week, upon the members of the
Itescue Hook and Ladder Company that is en
tirely unjust and uncalled for. The row is all
because the picture of Washington appeared ou
Decoration Day, instead of Lincolns. The
statement that Lincoln's picture was rejected for
the purpose of Insulting his memory Is untrue,
The fact is simply this, that the truck was dec-
orated and ready for use when It was suggested
that the picture of Lincoln should, be subslltU'
ted for Washington's. This proposition com'
lug from a hot headed radical who believe;
Lincoln's memory more sacred than that of lho
Father of his country, was not adopted, and
hence there tears. A tempest In a teaiwt. It
is true that the management of the Decoration
services was left to the Itescue boys, audit I
perhaps well that it was so, as otherwise tho
day would not havo been observed. It would
be far moro crtdllablo to the Itepullican If It
hail taken some part in honoring the memory
of our dead heroes, Instead of criticising those
who originated and cont'ucled the ceremonies.
Perhaps one of the editors of that "loyal" sheet
wanted lo make a speech, and wasn't invited,
which would account for this bitterness toward
the Itescue Company.
THE COLUMBIAN AND
In another column will bo found tho adver-1
tiscment ofsaloof lho Exchango Hotel In this
town, to tako place on Saturday Juno 30lh at
ono o clock p. ni. nt tho Court Houec. This Is a
splendid opportunity for somo ono having suf
limit means, to purchaso ono of lho finest hotel
properties In the Interior of the Slate. Tho
building is new and everything about It Is com
plete. There Is a great bargain In It.
Wo havo before us a copy of the .Tanan Dailu
Herald, published at Yokohama. It Is very
well printed, on unusually heavy paper, is edi
ted with spirit, and contains a largo number of
advertisements. Curiously enough somo of
Nasby's wretched trash Is reprinted In Its col
umns. If the Japanese dcclaro war against
this country, wo shall know tho real reason
therefor and wo shall not hlamolhcm,
Tho man Kelly, now in prison on tho chargo
of having murdered Ilea, and who on his own
confession not only aided in committing that
foul deed, but is guilty of numberless other
heinous crimes, is permitted to roam at large
tlirongli the jail premises, and is treated as an
honored guest. He is an acknowledged felon
of the deepest dye, and until legally released
should not bo treated with any moro considera
tion than Hester, Tully and McIIugh,
When you want to get tho news you read the
CoLtiuiilAX, When you want an office you ex
pect the paper to announce your name and tell
the peoplo what an excellent man you aro.
The largo papers have to print your tickets and
posters and all convention papers because too
small ones can't afford it.all of which you think
is right, but when you have a little printing of
your own to do, you single out somo obscuro
one horse establishment and patronize that, and
call this business,
The friends and scholars of tho Columbus
cademy, located at New Columbus, Luzerne
county will celebrate the 21st anniversary of
lat institute on Junu 23th. The exercises will
consist of addresses, poems, music, etc., adapted
to the occasion. It is the earnest request that
till persons who have ever attended this school
ill at once send their address lo Prof. D. O.
Coiighlin, the principal. This institution has
been the means of sending out upon tho rcali-
ics of the world, men who havo made their
mark at home and abroad. We could conceive
f nothing more fitting than a gathering togeth
er of the classmates of the past twenty one years.
Then let there be a rally around the lime hon
ored in-titiition, a general good time indulged
A cordial invitation is extended to all to
come and take part in the celebration,
Takino 11as Out or Season. Wo have
been advised lliat on several occasions this
pring, black bass have been captured by par
ies seining in the river, hereabout, in violation
of the fish laws. The following advice, from
the Lancaster Hiaminerand Jwprcss ofye-ter-day,
may not be amiss on this subject: "The
season for bass fishing does not commence until
the 1st of July, and those who desi.-e to have
our streams thoroughly 'tocked with these fine
gamy fish should feel it a July to compel a rig-
I oh-ervance of the laws framed for their pro
tection. The bass aie now spawning and every
female captured interferes largely with the de-
ired increase. Magistrates who reside in the
vicinity of streams, that have been stocked,
should not hesitate to exercise the functions of
their office without regard lo persons, and line
nil who are detected in fishing out of the law
ful season. It is only hy such a course that the
object contemplated by the fishing laws can be
t the spring election the voters of this town
saw fit to continue in office a majority of the
last Town Council who voted for the ordinance
requiring cattle to be shut up. There was a
hard fight made by the opposition, but they
suliereti a defeat. The only issue in the elec
tion was the cow question, and that was decided
the people in favor of the ordinance.
Last Wednesday night a number of petitions
were presented to the council asking for the re
peal of the cattle ordinance-, and notwithstand
ing tho same question had been already voted
on three times and decided negatively by a ma
jority, a vote was again insisted on and resulted
tho usual way. .VII tho members who
voted to shut the cows iqi immediately offered
to give five dollars each towards pasturing the
cattle of needy persons, but tho ' poor man's
friend ' failed to respond. It is to he hoped
that the cow business will not be heard from
again, before the next election.
Court met pursuant to adjournment on June
M. G. Yanderslico vs. A. Snyder. Kule
granted to show came why a new trial should
lot be granted.
Com, vs. I far man A. Kramer. A writ of
Habeas Corpus having been granted, Kramer
was brought into Court and the case was heard.
No new facts were elicited beyond thoce given
in the UM.u.MHIAN ol last week. Kramer was
held t) bail in the sum of &S00O for his appear
ance at next sessions.
J. 31. Dewilt vs. Samuel Creveling. llule
granted to 6how cau-e why a new trial should
not bo granted.
Court order a general adjourned Court on
July 2d at 9 o'clock a. in.
In lho estate of Margaret Karns. Petition
for sale. Sale ordered ; bond in 51500. Wil
liam Krickh.ium approved as surety.
Columbia county has been agitated upon the
jail question for somo weeks pant. It appears
mat Hie uouinn!ioners nndawaidid me can
tract for building a new jail lo parlies living ii
hchuylkill county when lower bidders were
asking for the work in the county of Columbia,
Keuionslranees were circulated among the peo
ple, and numerously signed, objecting tu this
proceeding ol building a jsil on kg expensive a
plan as contemplated, and die Courls were in
duced lo interfere, Judire El well erantim; an in
junction against the Commissioners, slopping
them Irom proceeding Willi the building ol the
jail as intended by lho contract awarded,
M yoimnfj 1emocral.
The above would be all right if it did not
happen tu be all wrong. The contract was not
awarded to Schuylkill county parties, although
they were the lowest bidders, but to Columbia
county men who were among the highest in
price. The Courts were not "induced to inter
fere" but aclesl on a formal injunction properly
presented praying that the Commissioners
might be restrained from carrying out the con
tract. If the Jkmuaal thinks tho alKiirs of this
county worth priming it would bo as well for it
editor to read his exchanges before writing his
3Ionlgoniery Colo was buried atSt. Gabriel's
Sugarloaf, on Tuesday June 5, 1877. Ho was
aged CI years and 9 months.
Mr. Cole was well known in the County of
Columbia, He had been for some years an
acting Justice of the Peace, and for a term of
three years one of the Board of Commissioners
of Columbia county.
Ho had been long suffering from consump
tion, which during tho last winter rapidly de
vcloped itself, though bearing the daily wasting
of life with full fortitude and resignation, It
was the happy fortune of Mr. Cole to have taken
great interest in the re-erection of St. Gabriel's
Church, to which he contributed liberally both
In labors and means. His desire to witness Its
completion was most Intense, and not only was
that pleasure vouchsafed him, but he lived to
ho an eye witness of its consecration, and also
to receive himself, upon theeatno occasion, the
Apostollo rite of confirmation, and to he a par'
taker of the broken body and shed blood, in com
wemoration of the last supper. To him the
first and the last, And thus he passed away in
the communion of the church and In the com
fort of a reasonable, religious and holy hope,
DEMOCRAT.BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COl NTY,
Tho Shenandoah Itnahl 1ms n .en.nltnnnl sr.
tido from the pen ofthatfancy correspondent,
purporting to bo an account of how Hester re
ceived his death warrant. The Article is Im
pertinent, of course, and lho correspondent In
question was not present on tho occasion. He
was ordered out of tho jail on his hist visit, for
drawivg on his Imagination too strongly, which
may havo had something to do with his absenco
the other day. His letters aro just as well writ
ten and contain about as much truth when ho is
not on hand as when he Is.
Gents' Fancy Shoes at E. 31, Knorr's.
For Fans or Parasols go to Lutz & Sloan's.
For Heapcr repairs go to Ilarm.in & Has
sorts, Juno 8 4w.
Wall Paper cheap nt Clark's Book Store.
Lasting Gaiters, $1.00 at McKinncys.
Tho largest and best stock of Tooth Brush
es ever brought to Illoomsburg can now be
found nt Mover Btos.' Among these is
"Tho Perfect Tooth Brush" tho be at ever
made. Call and look nt tho assortment.
Best value In Clothing can now be
found in all tho latest styles of Summer
Clothing at tho most astonishing low prices.
Men's Suits from H00.
Youth's Suit from $3.00.
Boy's Suits from 2.00.
Call and bo convinced that tho best placo
to buy your Clothing is nt D. Lowenberg's.
A largo assortment of New Calicoes, Mus
lins and Shirtings just received at Lut. &
The Kockford Watch tho best. American
time keeper made for the price, can now be
had at Louis lieriihard's Jewelry store.
Thoso who wish to obtain first class Gro
ceries, can find them nt T, W. Conner's new
store in McnUenhalrs building. Country
produco taken in exchange. April 27-flw
$1.23 Foxed Gaiter-, at McKinney's.
Base balls and bats cheap at Clark's Book
just received a larg3 lot of spring styles of
ouoes at p.. .u. Jviiorr s.
Window Shades cheap at Clark's Book
Lutz & Sloan aro selling ready made Lin
en Dresses for Ladies' very cheap.
Why experiment in spurious sewing ma
chines since the great reduction in the price
of genuine Now Family Singers ? Former
price, G5 now SI!" ca.h, SW timo ; former
price, SiU .iow -K cash, W time, rami
lies will find it to their advantage to buy
tho best. .1. A. dokax, Agent.
For a Nobby Shirt go to
ror a stylish suit go to
For the latest style of Hat go to
For tho newest styles in Neck Wear
hor line India Gauze blurts go to
Latest Styles, Lowest Prices,
can now bo lound at u. i.owenucrg s.
Window Shades and Wall Paper in creat
variety and cheap at Clark's Hook Store.
Down to Hard Pan"
lioots and Shoes at
Gents' Buff Congress at E. 31. Knorr's for
Tho attention of country merchants is in
vited to tho large stock of Paris Green held
hy Moyer ISros. Orders for any quantity
will be promptly tilled.
Ifvou want to save money in buyinc
Goods, buy of Clark & Wolf. Their stock
is lull and their prices are down to hard
pan. l-ancyarid staple Uoods ot all kinds,
and all of the latest novelties in Ladies'
wear. Parasols. Fans. Ties, Iluches, Kib-
bons. Hows, Scarfs, Linens, Cambrics, Per
cales and a large line of White Goods. Come
and see if they have not something to suit
New Linen and Other I)res3 Goods this
week nt Lutz & Sloan's.
Fop. Sale. A cood second hand Keaper at
llarnian cc llassert's.
Juno 8 4v.
Tho public is now informed that thev can
have a ohaneo to select their SUJIME1!
CLOTHING from the largest stock of Cloth
ing over seen in llloonisburg. Call and see
and judge for yourself and ho convinced
that the old rehahlo store is still ahead in
selling at the lowest prices. 1). Lowen-
Hand-made Shoes nt JfcKiniicv's,
You cannot find better cigars in town
than those for sale by Moyer lirns,, from the
celehiated factory of S. I'liguet it Son. They
havo J lava u:i fillers and are well made in
every particular. Tho Pride of Key West,
Oraugo Flavor and Little Casino aio hard
Wanted. Two girls to learn tlio tailor
ing trade. Win. V. Kester. Apr.'J7tf
Ladies' fine Shoes, all widths and sizes
Havo vou tried Kirbv's WildCherry Cough
Ihihum? A vcrv iialateable compound lb
the various affections olthe throat and lungs
it has been used willi success, in seven caes
of asthma giving instant relief mid in many
cases effecting a pernament cure. Price CO
cents per bottle and positively warranted to
give entiro satisfaction r money refunded.
Klrby s magic Jieuei lor me instant cure
of severe and acute pains.
Kirbv's Tasteless Worm Lozenges, pleas
ant, safe and effectual.
Kirby a Horse and Cattle Powders are the
best powders for stock, manufactured. Try
them and be convinced.
Kirby's Camphor Ice for sunburns, sore
lips and chapped hands,
-iint. i;ii!.. . i r i tiiii .
villi n Diuiuua uuei 1,1, rr i ins lieu rccuui-
mended by the first l'liyaiciaiiii
,i iie fiuove preparations nre lor salo by all
HruKKistH and dealers in medicine.
July21,'7C.-ly Wholesale Agent,
. COAL I COAL!! COAL!!!
Wo aro now oll'ering tho celebrated Sus
quehanna Coal Co's Coal at tho following
cash prices :
iNo. (i. l.l per ton on wharl.
No. .I. .6.ri per ton on wharl.
No. 2. 3 and 1 12.10 per ton on wharf.
ItlackHinith's Lump LV.iO per ton on wharf.
liituiuinous 4.S0 k.t ton on wharf.
35 conlH per ton additional, fur delivery to
auy part ol tho towu.
Uoal llou'0 Kates 15 cents per ton less.
No. 0. to Linie-buruers $1.50 per ton.
Coal screened before lcavinir our mnl ami
full weight guaranteed.
Orders left at I. W. McKolvy's Store, at
our office, or sent through the maU will re
ccivo prompt attention.
i uur imuvuagu is resiiecuiuiy niiichcu.
0. W. Nkal & lino.
May 1, 1877
WHEHK TO ADVKltTISK.
A. T. KtCWart fiavft tho lwst lLlvprtlJncr m.rihim
lio lias CTer found 'are UuiDld oalabllahed organs ot
tuu inu inJiuiwiLl lilllMl-B, Ub IIW BCVtrUl COU1U1 WMIW
througliout tlio union." "Tlieso," hu aaa "reach
everv family of tint tt-ajit ncnntint in ti,..ir kAv,.rni
counties, aud aro moro carefully rad than any other
uiwovi juuiuuiB, ii ,-iir. piewuri a luuijmeni 13 or
value, there is no difficulty lu decldlnf much painr
It U for tlio lnterebt of bunlDuss min tn mlv.-nu., in
TUol'oivhbm liKMOciur, upon uhlchtula naperls
partially founded, was established In 1630, and the
Coi.i'uuun now enjoys a mucr circulation and
Kreattr iroi-pcrlty than II ever did. It irots weik.
ly Intottto thousand families In Columbia andud.
lolnlni counties, and by mostot them Is read from
In Urslto the last line, it is thnnniv r.m.niu..M
exponent of nearly five thousand Democratic Nolcrs
In tho county. It Kites adurtlsemeuta a tasty dix
play, that makes them attractive to 1m patrons, thus
ensuruuf greater certainty that Uiey will pertrw
them. hue tta circulation latinrirmhtitfiiv miipi, n,
larnest in tbo county, tho adieitlslnir rates of tho
Colcmsun are no higher Ihauthow of other papers
with barely halt and several not one-fourth 1 he num.
ucr vi BuiMM.jiu;ns. rucis utu mess speajc ror them,
solves. No shrewd business man mil necleet to In.
km ma advertisement 111 the colcubum if
JOTICE TO THESPASSEltS.
Ailrersonsarohorehy worned against trespass
ing upon tlio lands ot tho undersigned, (or hunting
or other purposes. t they do.they will bo punished
according to law.
Juno 8, IT-Sw
Tllft linrlprslffnoi! Trflnsnrpr tit ihn Tftwti r,t 1ttutna-
bnrir, hereby gives notice that ho Is prepared to re-
Ce h e tho Tow n Tnxp nf snld Tnu n SHRi-i.si.r1 nhitn.
certalned tor lho jear 1SJ7, on and otter natiirday,
.Juno 9,ls?7, at thoonico otl". V. Illllmejcr, In tho
...ii, uuiuiiiK in puiu luw-n ana an lax pajersoro
hereby required lo pay the samo. Any tax remain
ing unpaid at tho expiration ot thirty days from
tlio said nth day ot June shall bo paid with Ilto per
i-e-uium iieuiiny u;on mo amount thereto.
.luno 8, '77-tw Town Treasurer.
Wl? WTT I mall ono and one-halt dozen
II lJ V 111! . tin. rnwl ItnnnHrnl
Chromos. In rrenrh nil cnlnr tvr bn,.n rns i nn
1 hey are mounted In s x Ki black enamel and gold'
imun, uyiii upeiiinK anu oiuseu anyming now Dcrc.ro
the public. Two samples for S3 cents, or tlx samples
for 5ii cents, send lo tents tor grand Illustrated cat
alogue with Uliromoof Moonlight on the lihlne, or
20 t'ents tor two Landscapes and Calla Miles on
black ground. J. LATHAM ,t CO., 41 Woshlngton
slreet lloston, Mass. Headquarters for L'liroinos,
Juno 8, '77 Juno September and Octuber J w k Co.
HY SPECIAL AKKANGEMEXT
Jnliilee and Slave Cal Singers
WILL CIIVE A
OPERA HOUSE, BLOOMSBURG,
MONDAY EVENINU JUNE 11, 1S77.
ADMISSION 2-5 and 35 cents.
Doors open at Ji30. concert begins at 8.
lly htue of sundry wills Issued out of tho
Court of Common Pleas of Columbia county and to
luo directed will bo exposed to public salo at the
Couit House at onoo'clock p. m., on
SATUUDAY, JUNE 30th, 1877,
All that certain lot situate In IMoomsburg, known
as lho Exchango Hotel property, bounded and de
scribed as fallows, to-wlt : UeglnnlDg at tho corner
ot Wltman's Alley, at the Junction of the samo w llh
Second street, thence along s.ild Second street east
wardly to tho alley between the Exchango Hotel and
Exchange Ulock, theneo along said alley south
wardly ono hundied feet, thence along an alley
northeastwardly eighty feet, theneo southwardly In
a lino parallel w ltli Centre street ono hundred and
fourteen feet six Inches to Pine Alley, theneo along
Pino Alley Eouthwestwnrdly ono hundred and
sixty-eight feet four Inches to Wltman's Alley,
thence along said alley northwardly two hun
dred and fourteen feet six Inches to the placo of be
ginning, whereon Is erected a tour story lirlck Hotel,
brick barn, lco htu3o and other out buildings.
seized, taken Into execution and to bo sold as the
property ot W. II. Koons.
The following real estate sttuato In P.rlarcreck
township, Columbia county, Pennsylvania, bounded
nnd described ns follows : on the north by public
road leading to Horn lck, on the east by laud ot Dan.
lei Piirccll, on tho south by Susquehanna rlier, and
on tho west by land ot D. A. Bowman, on whlchare
erected a two-story lirlck House, a frame barn, two
other dwelling houses, and other out-bulldlngs,
Seized, taken Into execution, and to be sold as the
property of imam L, rrsas, ono ot tho aelrs of
John l'rcas, deceased.
All that lot or pleco of land In llcav er township,
Columbia county, stale of Pennsjlanla, bounded
and described as follows : On the north and east by
lands of John Illnderllter, o tho south by laud ot
I-'ranklln Shum.m and on tho west by land ot John
Shearman, containing twenty-threo acres bo the
same more or less.
seized, taken Into execution and lo be sold ns tho
pvopei ty ot John Illnderllter and Cieorge Hosier terro
All that certain pleeoor parcel ot land sltuato In
the township of Pine, County or Columbia, Penn-
sjlvanln, bounded on the not 111, south and west by
land of Philip .shoemaker, and on the cast by land
ot Philip Shoemaker and James Masters, containing
seventy-six acres moie or less, whereon lire erected
a dwelling house, a burn and out-bulldlngs.
bclzed, taken Into execution and to be told as the
property of Joseph Shoemaker.
The following real estate situate In Centre town
ship, ColuubU county, Penusy.anla, bounded on
Ue nortli by lands of Samuel Hldlay, on the west by
lands or J. llagenbuch, on the suuth by lauds of E.
Alkmau nnd Margaret Alkman, on the east by lands
of J. llagenbuch.
r-atzed, taken Into execution nnd lo be sold as Uio
property of Lew A. Hldlay.
Tho following real estate sltuato In (Ireenwood
township, Columbia county, Penny Iranla, bounded
on the north by Wilson Eves, on the east by land
ot Israel llogart, on the south by land ot William
Itobblns and on tho west by Ijnd of tlio M. E.
church, containing four acres moro or less, on w hlch
are erected three frame dwelling houses, a stole
house, blacksmith shop, saddler shop and other out
A piece or parcel ot land slluato In Pino township
count) i.ud state ufoiesald, bounded on the north by
laud of Cornelius McCaiion, cost by public road
south by laud of Ees'estale and Jacob Long am.
on the west by land of Joseph Purcell.tonlululnr
ono hundred and ilfiy acres more or less ou which
aro erected a dwelling house, barn und other out
OnoundlUded half of the following Iraetof land
ns No. s, slluste In Pine township, county snd stato
aforesaid, bounded on the noith by land of John
Whltinojernnd ethers, on tho east by land ot'l'ho in.
as llcmleld and others, on tho south by land of
James Shullz and others and ou tho west by land ot
Solomon Dirk and others, containing three hundred
aud secnty acres moro or less, whereon niocrectml
a saw mill aud a frame dwelling house.
St'lcd, taken Into execution, and lo bo sold as the
propert) of Jului U'ggott.
All that certain teal estate situate In Mltlllntown
ship, Columbia county, bounded on the north by
laud of I. K. scliwepis'iih jlser, on the east by Mow.
ry t Schweppcnhelser, on tho west by lands of
Joseph Ocarliart, on which aio erected a dwTlllng
house, baru and out-bulldtngs, the tul l real estate
consisting of nlncty-llvo acres u.oro or less.
Ono other piece cr tract of land bounded as fol
lows: on the noithby land of Isaac Snjder, east
by land of Henry creasy, south by land ot Jacob
Nun cesser, and west by land of Lawrenco Waters
aud others, whereon ar erected a dueling house.
' UJru "uu ouvuuiiuinss,conisii!isei 0Be uun(lr
and twfiny acres more or lebs, situate in .tho town
ship or innim aforesaid.
Kelzed, taken Into execution and to be sold u the
property ot John Ateu.
A certain pleco cr pa-cel ot cround situate In tha
Tuwnot lilooinsburkM'olumbU county, rcnns)lva-
nia, described as follows 1 ou tlio north by land of
Michael Casey, eaot by Church, south by ltock street
and west by lot ot V. J. Jluckalcw and N. V. lYnk,
being oiin lot on w elsh mil, whereon Is erected a
dwelling houso, baru and out-building.
belied, taken Into execution, and to be sold a3 tho
ropcrty of John Wanlch, Jr.
Ah that piece or parcel of land situate In the town
ship of HrUrcreek, Columbia county, adjoining Sam
uel name on tno norm, AUln Vandermark. estaUi
ot John Linden and estate of Y. A, J. llrtttaln on the
east, William Kllnctob and Slartha Edwards on tho
BOiith and 011 tho west by Vrlah Vanpelt containing
ciguiy acres more or less un which tro erected a
two-story frame house and bank bam.
Seized, taken Into execution and to bo sold as tho
property of (lldeon Hosier and John Vanpelt.
CONDITIONS Of UALU.-I'urcliaseni must nay
ten r cent of tho purchaso money, or at least
enough to coier all costs at striking down ol salo
otherwise properly to be it sold at once.
JOHN W. HUI'IWIAN,
KSTATU 01' II, II, fOWLKH, PECKASVP,
1 lio undersigned auditor appointed by tho Court
toiustilbule Urn luuds tu tho hands of tint Adminis
trator of said deceased to and among the in-rsons
entitled to the same, win attend totliiMluilcsot his
apiHjlniment ul the emeu of Kunk vi flier lu
Illoomsburg pu Tuesday, Aug 7, 17, ut 10 o'ekxk a.
IU. Wllt'll Ulld Whelu all IrrhuliM nr., I,..r. I.v 1., .11,1,., 1
to make know 11 1 heir claims betoro tho Auditor or bo
ut-uuiii-i. Hum turning iu un taiu lunu.
, , I. U. WAI.IEIt,
BLANK MOUTOAOES for sale cheap at the
BLANK NOTES,witli orwitliout txexnptlo
tor atla at the Colcuium omocc
DYSPEPSIA. DYSPKrsIA. DYSPEPSIA.
Dyspepsia Is tin most perplexing ol all human ail
ments. Its sjm)toms ore almost Infinite In their va
rfety, and tho forloi n orid despondent victims of tho
dlseaso otten fancy tliemMdvcs the prey, In turn, of
ctory known malady, Tills Is duo hi part to the
cloao sympathy which oilsts between lho stomach
und tho brain, nnd In part also to tlu f.iet. that any
disturbance of tho dlitentho functions necessarily
disorders tho lUe r, the bowels and the nervous sys
tem, and affects, to somo extent, tho quality of tho
K. 1'. Kunkel's Bitter Wlno ot Iron Is a sure cure.
This Is not anew preparation to bo tried and found
wanting) It has been prescribed dally for many
years In the practice ol eminent physicians with un
paralleled success! It Is not expected or Intended to
euro all tho diseases to which tho human family Is
subject, but Is warranted to cure' djspepslaln Its
most obstlnato form. Kunkel's Hitler Wlno ot Iron
never falls to cure. Symptoms ot Dyspepsia aro loss
ot appetite, wind nnd arising ot the food, dryness
ot tho mouth, heartburn, distension ot the stomach
and bowels, constipation, headacho, dizziness, sleep
lessness and low spirits. Try tho (treat remedy and
bo conUnccd of Its merits. Tako only Kunkel's,
which Is put up only In tl bottles. Depot KB North
Ninth street, Phtladolphla. Advleo by mall fro, by
sending 3 cent stamp. Try ono bottle of Kunkel's
Iron nnd bo conUnccd of Its merits, sold by drug
gists and storekeepers everywhe re.
WOlt.MS. WOltMS. WORMS,
Ilenioud allie. Tape Worm removed alive In
from two to threo hours, with vegetable medicine.
Head nil passing from tho systematise. Nofeetlll
head passes. The Doctor nover falls to remoo
Tape, Seat, Pin and stomach Worms. Ask jour
druggist for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm Syrup.
Price 1 per bottle. It never fails, or send to Dr.
Kunkcl, 139 North Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.,
for circular with full Instructions, by enclosing 8
cent;statnp for return of same. Kunkels Worm
syrup Is used for children or adults with perfect
satety, as It Is vegetable. Duyltandtryir.
Dauchy 8c Co's- Advt's.
"RflfTlTS" Sf-, "is. only fl.f.o canltal re-
quireu 10 siarv cam nssmg ror
Marl: Twain's New Scrap Book.
Apply with sump to
A Safe, Suro nnd Chonp Dectroyor or the
POTATO .O. .BUQ.CABB10E
OUR PESTffvT IP 0 1 SO N.
ftn-1 otticf Inwcli It
L'nllk PARIA UMlF.V
It (Ti.ntvM In wiW.
ml Ii shrink U.I. Sure rlraih.
r1ncf ff pliril. r in unnf.
I T r Or, till 1 1 llh t,ni 1 , I
t Circular with hun IrM nf tntiumnHU lHn mint t ih trail.
kUAKMLY CHEMICAL WORKS. I' (1. SH.
H UrUandl St., Wk City.
For salo by S. J. Conner, llerwlck. Colinnhia mini.
t", Va Juno 8. T7ivr U
ONcw pieces sheet muMcietatls rorft Ts, sent for
M CtS. and Stnmtl. t hrnn Mtielr I'n . MlflHlflw-irn.
QXIXI.iiant CAKlw all Rt.Ues with name, 10
W May 'iVTT-iw d
uu-51. puiu. .j. a, jiusicdi in.ssau, itens co.
liest bargains In Amerlca-PAPMCU' P. Mancl
Maps and Catalogue riee.A :XiXLlUODoer,Uel.
Jlay 2. 77-4iv a
Mfe ami IlcsiltSi Wifliuut E9rKH
- - lr, I'ancoast'n e;reat worlc
. - T-.r-m Tho only book prac-
XjXQ-JtrLT. I tieally treating this now
universally absorb l n ir
topic. Show a how to apply tho treatment, and tells
of many Ruccessful curex mado by tho use of this
wnndeiful medium, circulars and best terms to
early applicants. J.M.bTuDUAllTCO.,"23 Chest
nut st phlla. May 23, i;-4w rt
READ THIS! !
A Chance for all to malic or Savo
AMI OET THE BE1TG00P.S IN THE MARKET.
TEAS, COFFEES, &C.
sold at lower prices than the samo qualities can bo
bought at any other house In this country. All
poods guaranteed to be satisfactory and as lepre
ent ed.or tho monev will be ri runded on return or tho
iroods. w hlch may be done at our expense.
Tho reputation of our houso for ski unci standard
(iooiisat tow i'ru'es, (for Sti years), has chenusa
standing lu New York city ond vicinity, that is not
enjojea by any other houo In tho trade. After ma
ture deliberation we tune determined to orferour
goods to housekeepers In the Interior, at the loweut
wiioi.fsaie nt a i) k tkicfs. v,h'ii a club is formed
largo enough lo make a small case. Tho goods of
each member of tho club will bo put In beparato
packages, and marked with name and cost, so as to
aolU contusion In distribution, (ioods will bo sent
by expiessioeoLi.rcT oniklifky, Allwlshlng to
sao .Tioneyby purchasing family supplies atew
York wholesale prices can talk tho matter oer
amomr mends and neighbors, and send to us for
club circular, 1'rlce-llst, Ac. Wo glea present of
either goudsor money to the person who gets up
tho club, to cornpthvato for trouble etc. hamplca
oi it iun r,c beni uy uiuii,
Send for price-list and circular.
St&er's 17ow Vcrlz and CHsa Tea Co.,
M. H. MOSES & CO,. Proprietors.
77.711, SI N I, iiinl S(l Viwy M reel, or Viirk
Ma y 41, II 4W U
Full Nickel Silver Plated
7 Shot Revolvers as
A MONTH'S AMMUNITION FREE
Trtmps, Burglars aai Thieves infest all parts
of the Coattry. Ever7 One Should go Armed.
0 Ql M2
TVINS' 1'ATl-NT IIA1K CWMl'UHS
I Adtpted byullthe nuetnaiif fashion. Stndfor
nioular. K. IVIhK, Jo. tUjNuth Finii street,
1'Ltlldtlphlo, l a. Id (..s,l 4m J W
2J KSTATfc or AD11AIUW URAVRIt, DECEASED.
Letters Teslnmenfjirtf nn thnfRtjit nf Abrnli'iin
Beaver Into of Koailngercek townstilp county of
oiuniuin, oeeeavd.iintels'en granted by the Itegls-
rui rmiii-fjiuii.v 10 mc umiersigneu execmors. ah
rnons hai lntr claims a cralnst the estate of f lie ripre-
lentaro reaupsteil fatirennnt them rnr setlleinpnt.
and thoso Indebted lo f ho estate to make payment
iw uuui-iaigiicu vAreuu'in niiuuuiuem.
AI1HAI1A.M llfjAVEIt, Jn.,
N pursuance of an order of belann 11. (Jul.
JL vln, Esq., Hurrogato ot tho County ot New ork,
nutlco Is hereby gUen to all persons having claims
against Charlotte L'jer, late of Catawlssa, Pennsyl
vania, but leaving assets within tho city and county
Of Now York, deceased. In nri'sent llin fuimn Willi
ouehers thereof to tho subscriber, at his olllce, No.
os Wall street, In tho city ot New York, on or tuforo
viKiiic-e-uiii uujr ui .1 Ulie I1UAI
iraicu, acw xorir, inoscvcnm aayoi December,
' ' rilEDEIHCK C. IIAVKMEYEIt,
U KSTATK OK THOMAS KNOSH, DECEASED,
letters Testamentary on tho estate of Thomas
deceased, haie been grante I by the ltegtster of said
county to John tl. ()ulck, of Kupert, Colum
bia county, Pa., Executor, to whom all per
sons Indebted aro requested to mako payment, and
moss ha log demands against tho said eslaio win
iiiaKo incm Known to me saia lixtcueor wunom, ue-
JOHN U. QUICK,
Kit ecu tor.
May 4, 77-cw
ESTATE OF Wll MAU I1ABBE1I. DEC'D.
Letters ot administration, do bonis non. cum
testamento annexo on thn estate of William Unr.
ber, late or. .Madison township, Columbia county,
Pa., halo been irronled bv tho lteirtster of Co
lumbia county, to Conrad Kreamer, of Bamo town
ship, to whom all persons Indebted are requested
to make Immediate payment and those liaMngclalms
or demands against the said estate wilt make them
Known eoiuo un&crsigncu Aumimsiraior without
Maj- 2.-,, '77-cw' Administrator,
rSTATB OF F.1THEK BARB Kit, DBCKA9EH.
Lett-era ot Administration ile uonts non cum testa
mento nnnexo on tho estnto of Esther Barber, lato
of Jlatilson township, Columbia county, lvnn'n.,
deceased, havo been granted uy the Hegister of said
county to Conrad Kreamer of Madison iwp., Colum
bia co., Pennsylvania All persons haWntf claims
against the estate of tho decedent aro requested to
uivseiiLuieni ior spiucmem, mm uiuse inaeuieu 10
inu esiaic 10 maKo payment, 10 uio uuaeraiffueu
Administrator w lthout delay.
May 23, T2Cw, Administrator,
,4 DMINISTKATOUS' NOTICK.
KSTATK UK JAl'UII t l.KtYf 1'KC P.
letters niAilmlnlstratlon.au the estate of Jacob
Clewell. lato of Catawlssa twn. Columbia Co. doe'd.
hate twen granted by the Iteglster of said county to
nut unuersiirneu aaminisiraiurs 01 -saino townsuip,
to whom all persons indebted to said Estate at e re
quested to mako payment, and thoso hat Ing clalma
against the satd cst.tto will make them know n to tho
said administrator without delay.
May 23, 77-5w Administrators,
V, . . 11 L lis 1 ,
Thn buMnpvn nf thn firm will bo, continual at tho
omsund. Tuarikruiror pat patronage, I respect
fully solicit a continuance of tho same.
n tho Orphans' Court of Columbia county.
The undersltrnctl vraa nnpolntetl Auditor in thn
matter of hc exceptions to tlio nnal contlrmatlon of
the account of John Andw&on Administrator of
ilary Thornton, deceased. In compliance with his
ippUinilJlL'Illj 11U Will UlLfllU LU IIIU UULlt'f Ul Lilt
latntsflt the nultllc houso of W. K. Veldensaul in
Centralla the I4tu day of June 1st; at 10 o'clock a.m.
J. II. JAMKS,
May 25, 17-4 w Auditor.
A UDITOK'S KOTICE.
lie matter of the mnnev arl&imr from t he sale of
the real estate ot U. W. sterner by the feheriu and
now in ma uuuuh.
The underslirned Auditor nrnotnted to mako dls-
rlbutlun of the aljove funds to and amoncthe par
ties entitled thereto, will attend to the duties of his
apponumenr ai me oince or is. s. v..i. nucKaiew
in the to .vn of Bloomsburtr. I'enn'u.. on Saturday
the 23d day of Juno 177, at 10 o'clock a.m., when
nnd where all persons having claims are requested
iu prelum, uio sume uciuro ineAuuuor or uo ueuarr-
ea irom coming' in ior u snare vi saia rur.a.
C. It. I1UCKALEW,
Jlay 25, 1S77-4W Auditor.
ESTATE OV JOHN HW31IEK, PECEASED.
LeLterROf admlnlstrullrjii dobonU nnn. on tliors,-
tato of John hwlther. lato of Madison tftn Co'.
co., deteaed hae been granted by tho Ileglster ot
said county to c. It. Itrockway of illoomsburg, Co-
mmoia county, Atim'r., to whom nil persons indebt
ed are renut'Sied to make naiment. nnd those ha.
iiiir Ljuiiiif ur iiciimiius iirramsL ino ruiu rsiaui
will make them known to the said Administrator
11. JHHJl IkHAl,
JuiiC 2, 17.-6W. Admlubtratur.
SJIE111EFS SALE !
lly virtue otn writ ot Fieri raclas Issued out
ot tho Court of Common Pleas of Columbia co and
to tne directed, will be exposed to public sale at the
Court llou'o In liloom-bnrg at ono oVIock p. m. on
SATFltDAY, JUNK 2:M, 1S77,
tho follow In real cfitato to-wlt:
All that certain lotot ground bltuale on tlio west
Mo of .Market street. In the Town of Illoomsburg
adjoining let of William Neal un tho south, and
lildge Alley on tho nortli, and extending back to
Muucy'n Alley, whereon Is elected abilck duelling
House, barn, lec-hou-,0 and other out-bulldlngs.
Ml that certain lot of ground sltuato on Third
street In tlio Town of Illoomsburg, maikcd In gem r.
nl plan nt said Town, No. AJ, beginning ntB.)uth
east conn r of said lot on Thlut street, thence uloiig
slid stieet south weft sltiy-sK feel, meneii north
west nlong lot No. CO two liundied ami fourteen and
a half feet to Pine Alley, theneo along 1'lne Alley
north-enst suty-slx feet, thence south-east along lot
No. CI two hundred and rourteen and a half feet to
tho place ot beginning, containing one thlid of an
aire, whereon 1.3 creeled 11 frame dwelling house,
earn nnu omer out-uuudlnga.
Alt that certain lot of ground situate en Third
street In said Town of Illoomsburg, marked In gen
eral plan No. CO, adjoining nt-ow-tost described lot
ou tho east nnd extending west along said Third
street i feet to Jellerson street, and back along
saia jciierson street two hundred and tour
teni and a half feet to I'lnn Alloy, containing one.
Ihlrd of an acre, wbireon Is erected a brick dwelling
uuuMi.iraino uain auci oilier out-liullrtln s.
seized, taken In execution and to be sold ixs the
property 01 .loun s. sterner.
CONDITIONS OP SAUi-rurehasera must
veu per ceni. 01 me purchase money, or at
enough to coyer all costs, at striking downot
MM la nfirphv irlvpn flm Inn niirt nr"teii 1t imrntn- I
rorc exlbtlnjr iMtwven t'onratl Kreamer ami v. W. i-iVrt (ionf a hnniT
Hurst nt.lerscytown, Columbia county. Pa., trading 1 nnfAoffiw
seme by limitation on April 1st, W7. The accounu ,,,S&nm V rSn row
vni to settled Uy ellhcr member of tho lato linn. ?r J "7 m ,1 k (
otnei Iso property to bo resold at once.
JOHN V. ltomiAX,
siay 25, lsti.-ts SLerlff.
A Sitll Further Reaction in tlie
PIHCC OF PAINTS,
JAPAN DHVUIt &
iryoii want lo nave from
S5 ior riit
following: ' l'A,NT,NG' wndforour prices ot the
Strictly l'Ulti: WIIITi: .HAD,
montovk wiTira i.eau
RLATK PAINTS, ALL COI.OUS,
IUON PAINTS, TIIItEn COI.OItS,
PURE LINSEED OIL
m.si:i:i oil, . t iiti ii ri'TTV.
Best Paint Brushes,
spiiiiTS of 'u ih'i:ntine,
Ordennnd Imiulrlesliv mall will mi-lio proiupt
a tentiuu. suuiplu curds amliulc clit furnished
without 1 hurge,
linXUV .S. 1IKAV,
. . KUPiiiir.
AT TIIK COLUMBIAN OFFICK.
LIST OP rWAI.mtS IN COLVMMA COt NTY.
1 hereby certify that tho following list of dealer
UkCn, returned and classified by me In accordance
with thesetrral acta of Assembly, 13 ond for the
county of Columbia, for the year 1817, ts correct to
tho best ot my knowlcdgo and dchci 1
lllnderlldcr, David, gescral mcrchondlso
nice, Abraham " "
Shuman, C A, "
Drelsebach, ocorgo "
Iissee, .1. A. "
Shumnn, I". I.. "
Mcltenry, ltohr, Kcneral merchandise
Jlollcnry, .1. .1. " "
Mcllcnry.U.SoniCo " "
Adams Hon. general mcrchandlso
Freas llrothers "
Freas llrothers, lumber dealers
llockman, II. M., grocery store
Fowler, u. 1). furniture store
Hughes, W. T. grocery store
Wilson, s. A. Co. drug atoro
Snyder, C. II. book store .
Howman Crispin, general merchandise
Iiower, I. it. It. " "
Little, It. 11. dmgstoro
Dlstelhurst, F. I,, furniture store
Jackson K woodln, manufacturing Co,
Itiicklngham, O. A, stove and tinware
oross, DaMd, porter bottler
Caldwell, .1. F. confectionery 1
Wagenscller A Co. wholesale notion store is
Ilendershot N. J. drug and grocery stcro i
(lllmore, William, confectionery H
Old & I'ursol, general mercliandtso 14
llagenbuch, Isaiah, stovo and tinware U
Conner, T. w. grocery store 14
liendeuhall, K. dry goods store 14
Mroup, Dav Id, grocery store 14
Creasy. I). A. dry goods and grocery 13
Itolllns C Holmes, plumbers und gas llllcrs 14
Kvans, A. .1. clothing store 14
Jtarr, O. C. grocery and dry goods 13
Hecker K Meckel, confectionery 14
Kramer, William, grocery Btore 14
Miller, s. II. & son. dry goods and grocery la
Itunyon K Co. hardware store 13
Schuyler i Son " " 12
Hernhard, Louis, Jewelry stero 14
Caiman, K. K, furniture room 14
Lowcnberg. Dald, merchant tailor 13
Savage, u. Jew clry store 14
Clark Wolf, dry goods store 12
.lacoby, O. A. grocery store 14
l'oust. N llUatu 1). dealer In coal 14
Ilendershot, Joseph W. grocery and coal 14
Neal C. W. & liroihcr, dealers In coal 18
Klelm, Henry, grocery store 14
Maize, J. 11 grocery and queenswaro 12
Webb. Thomas, confectionery 14
Moyer llrothers (curner Jlatn) drug store 12
I.utz & Sloan, dry eoods 12
McKlnney. w lliiam O. boot and shoe storo 14
.Mciveivy, 1. w. ury goous anu grocery o
ltaitman, I. W. " " 11
llartman, 11. C. carpet storo 14
Klelm, C. A. drug storo 14
Correll. W, J. K Co. furniture store 13
Keller, Jacoo, wholesale dry goods 12
llycr, .1. K. dry goods and grucery 13
Miss D. llrobst, confectionery 14
naoo, Aiigusitis, grocery suiro 1
Fiirman.Klias It. furniture storo 14
Whary, L. K. stores and U.waro 14
Itupert, A. M. " " 14
hicks, .icssp. cioimng store 1
llartman llrothers. grocery storo 14
Knorr. Lit M. boot and shoe store 14
block) drug store 14
feed store 14
-ncral merchandise 7
lealers In coal 14
(inns, lvter. beer liolller 14
(ioa lirutiicr. ilolhlui; more 14
Ulooa.sburg Lumber Co. dealt rs In lumber 14
Terwllllger, Andrew, grocery storo
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
13 10 00
14 7 00
13 10 00
11 15 01
14 7 (O
12 12 Ml
) 14 700
13 10 00
14 7 00
13 10 0O
11 15 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 OS
14 7 00
10 90 01
14 7 00
14 7 07
14 7 80
14 7 0)
14 7 00
14 7 0O
14 7 00
14 7 00
13 10 00
14 7 00
12 12 CO
12 12 SO
14 7 HI
14 7 00
14 7 Ul
14 7 00
vs ia on
14 T 00
Harder, C. F. lumber and hardware
Kunston, C. It. dealer In coal
Harder, Thomas K. furniture store
Deamer. s. 11. general merchandise
nule. K. 11. coal vard
Knlttle .t Abbott, dealers In lumber A coal 14
jonu, .1. 0Il. general mercuonuiso
Miarpiess .v. sons. "
iianman, iinam, lurnnure store
Manltart. (ieorcc. shoo and boot storn
John, William, stove and tin ware
smith, J. M drugs and hardware
lteinard, s. D. general mercho.nrtlso
Cleaver, A. It. stoves and tinware
Kortner, 11. P. Son, general merchondls
Orange. William, merchandise
seeshwltz, 1, H. grocery store
eaver. genenu raercnana se
line cc uroiner, general inercnanaise
llrobst, M. M.
(lllbert z Kline "
Scott, George C, dry goods
Murphy, C. o, general mercliandLso
Millard, o. U.
Mench, Adam, Jewelrj- store
Michaels. (1. W. grocery storo
Thornton. Annie, confectionery
j sou, 1.. .v uu. general mercnanaise
Ulack, 1). C. grocery storo
Moran, John, boot und shoe storo
Davis, Oeorge, Jr. drug storo
Former, A, 1). stovo 4: tinware
Trautman, v. C. general merchandise
Ammerman, J, M, general merchandise
uusitrr, J, II. "
Drelshbacli, n. F. ' "
Howell, tl. M. " "
Harrison, Jared "
Mcllenry, .1. F. "
I) er & Urother, general merchandise
Derr, A. J. general merchandise
Hess. w. F.
Ulack, p. 1). "
.Masters. Win. "
WellUer, J. f. "
Sponsler, Jacob, general merchandlso
iiiiiun, .1. r.
Whitlnlni k ll win "
llrobst, Thomas, grocery storo
Ijjw llrothei-s ,t Co. geneiul merchandlso
W oolej', ,. w. dealer In coal
rower, v.. t. ucuitr 111 coal and grutn
Hants. V V ireiier.ll lnirclinmlU
olil, William, boot ami shoe store
'iiiieiuaker, .11. u. w. 11. gvuvial nid'O.
Vastlnu. J. II.
Campbell, It, J, general mcrchandlso
Jjuiue, .1. 1,, "
Derr, V. F. confectionery
SI IE KLIN TOWNSlUC.
Hedler. .1. II. general mercliaudlso
llaruel. W. c. "
creasy & llrown "
Sands, Joseph, & son, general merchandise 14
I'axton A' H111 man, general dealers
Miss J. T. I'nrnswoi'ih, grocery su.ro
Iteiy. Henry s. oils and brushes
pay Sharpies", (i. II.
isieiin, it, r. grocery stoio
Sloan, I). K. general merchandlsy
Keller, M. c. conrecilonery
llannan. James 11. general mcrclinndlw
Low, c. W. s Son "
cole, K. iz Son, general mercliandUo
chetlngton, Owen, gtneral inerchandlso
Young, Silas, genera) merchandise
Howell, A. P. grocery store
White, A. 11. general mei-cbandlse
Lut, Hcbert. stoves and llnnare
(lordlier, J. It. drugstore
Crevellni:, (I, W . general merchandise
Workhelser, J. I), boot and shoo store
Worman. Samurl A. general merchandise
14 I Oil
.vui, iieuri, coal oeaier 1
Cre ellug, Thos. .V Co. grocery & teed store
llartman, T. W. confectionery
lllsliart, N. liotit and shoe store 4
liteterlch, W. 11. general merchandno '4
All persons w ho may feel aggrieved bytnoubcte
classincatloncanhavoan opportunity ot appealing
by meeting tho undersigned, Junes, istt, at which
tlmo an appeal villi bo held at tho Court Houso, lo
Illoomsburg, commencing at 10 o'clock a. ra.,and end.
tug at 4 o'clock p, in,
nnu a itowKit,
Mercantile A Bralser.
"YAINWHIQUT & CO.,
N. K. corner becena and Arch 8tre,
TEAS, SYHUl'S, COFFEE, SUOAR, HOLASiEH
1CI, STICKS, IICAXI SODA, tc, M.
tr-Orders will receive prompt attenttoi.
FLORENCE OIL STOVE,
I.COMiMlC.M . I per liniir lor 1 111 1,
KO I'NNLCESSsltY HI.AT' XOODOltt
K lid for 1 lrcui.tr and price list to llbON fi .MIL
LEU, taiu nidge .wenu,'., Philadelphia
May i, iTi -iw u
(leorgc II. Sharpless effer. for kule on AdiantageouJ
Terms' his stoie and grocery slluatedhy tLeeanM
opH)slte lutawtssu, 'Ihe ttoiels usedus a Depot,
olid bus constdtTulile puiriinuge fittm ticiitmdii. IT
In.v I'lM! iil'i:.M.Mi for 11 man with kuuUvuo
lUd, Foruruuinpplyloi..ii. iirockwij, or
I1L0IIOE H. SHAltPIJaw.
Mayll w cutawiu !'.