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Kall'Uood Time Table.
Accommodation Train,.. ....(.43 A.M. J.M A.M.
Mall Train..., J.S8A.M 4.48 P. M
Express Train lMV.lt. ll.st A. M
0.60 p. M.
CATAWISSA ItAlt. road.
Accommodation Train o.ss A. M. T.BT '. M.
Regular Express 4.00 P.M. 11,33 A.M.
Throngh cars on Express train cither to New York
or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between
Catawlssa and WllllamsporU
I)MOO RATIO COUNTY CONVENTION.
The Detnocratlo voters uf the several districts
of Columbia county will met at the usual place
of holding the general elections on Saturday
the 11th day of August 1877 between the hours
of three and seven o'clock In the afternoon and
elect delegates by ballot to represent the dis
tricts In a County Convention to be held at the
Opera House In Blootnsburg on Tuesday the
14th day of August 1877 at 11 o'clock a. ni. to
(dace In nomination one candidate for District
Attorney, one candidate for Coroner, and to
transact such other business as the Interests of
the Democratic party may require.
Also nt the same time and places and in the
same manner the Democratic electors of each
district will elect one person to serve as a mem
ber of the County Standing Committee which
will meet immediately upon the adjournment
of the Convention.
By order of the County Committee.
Warren J. Buckalew,
ArrORTIONJIKNT Or DSLs-flATIS ACCORDING TO VOTE
for Governor in 1872.
Heaver Jl 3
Benton.. 1M 3
Berwick...., so ,. s
Bloomsburg K mo t
w 119 1
Catawlssa i I"
centre -If" 1
ConynghamN 1W 3
conyngham 8 93 2
KlsUlngcreek 2ta 4
Franklin - .. S
Hemlock 1JJ 3
Jackson ill ?
Main. ...i l"4 1
Madison 1TI 3
Miniln 1M 8
Montour 'J ;
Mt. l'lcasant o 2
l-lno?. f "
Itoarlngcrcek. .c 2 .
Scott,.:. 1 I
By rule the ratio is fixed at CO voles far a del
egate, but no district to have less than two or
more than four delegates, and allowance is to
be marie within theme limits for the largest frac
tion of a ratio.
Bloomsburg July 18, 1877.
Trout fishing is illegal after next Wednes
day. The Boston 09 cent store is advertising to
close this week.
The Republican Convention
Monday August 20th.
will meet on
D. A. Creasy has purchased a new residence
on Fifth Street, which ho proposes to improve.
Rev. T. H. Cullen, formerly of Bloomsburg
has accepted a call to Monmouth N.J.
Rev. Dr. McCron preached In the Lutheran
Church at Lock Haven on Sunday last.
Many of our citizens are attending the Moun
tain Grove camn-meetine. now in progress. It
is a delightful summer resort.
There will bo no services at tho M. E,
Church on Sunday next as the pastor is at
Thefonly way to tell huckleberries and flies
apart, is that tho lattor kick tho most as they
The work of improvement in and about the
Court House is still going on. Peter Jones
and Thomas Qorey nre doing the job.
n Ilcv. A. A. Marple of Scranton has resigned
tho. rectorship there, and accepted n call to
Old Swedes' Church near Philadelphia, where
jV-ie will remove in a short time.
Wo have discovered why it is that peoplo
wl not believe all they read in ne wspapers.
It is because there is so much lyt used on the
We understand that there will be no services
in the Presbyterian Church during this month,
unless the pulpit is supplied, the pastor Rev.S
Mitchell being absent on a vacation.
The Colored Camp Meiti no. There was
an unusually large crowd on the grounds at
Knorr'a Grove last Sunday. Tho rite of bap
tism was administered to several candidates in
There will be a festival at the Raveocreek
Presbyterian Church on Saturday the 18th inst.
The public is respectfully invited. Proceeds
for the benefit of the church.
John Laycock, proprietor of the Central Ho
lei has improved his bar room and office by
llaying a new floor. The Contral Is a good
house, and its lanlord knows how to make
Like beautiful jewels in brazen settings are
Jiiulsome features upon a face marred by signs
of blood poisoning. The great purifier of the
Uoo4 U VI. Bull's Blood Mixture.
Mrs. Bishton came home on Monday night.
having retched Philadelphia on Sunday in the
steamer Indiana of the American line from Lng
land, where she had been for more than a year
'visiting friends of her husband.
A large lot of Estate receipt books for cxecu
tor's, administrators, guardians Ac., just printed
and bound at this office, for sale cheaper than
ever before. Books contain from 25 to 100 re
You can get twenty five visiting cards neat
ly printed on fine bristol board for thirty five
cents, or fifty for sixty cents; lower rates accord
ing to quality of card, at the Columbian of-
John Pursel of Lightstreet, an old man 80
years old, took up his section of oats on the
farm otnisson Robert, four daysin succession
'land did not complain of fatigue, That is do-
( ing pretty well.
A number of specifications for the new county
Jail were distributed for examination. Persons
having such and having no special use for them
will please return them lo the Commissioners'
office. They are needed here and you will
oblige. Wm. Krlckbaum,
There are several men In this town who bavo
'been doing considerable talking In sympathy
wiin tho rioters In other sections of the stale,
, 'but as they are mostly men who never did an
'honest day's work in Iheir lives, and who now
t -would rather starve than dig, their talk does
no harm. 1 liey should be careful sot to go too
iar, however, as it la the duty of all peace of
ficers lo arrest any-one who uses threatening
language or attempts to Incite to riot. Any
such attempts Bbeuld be summarily dealt with,
Tlht law tnust prevail.
The Slicrlll s talcs arc Increasing in number.
is some satisfaction to see among tho list tho
names of a number of Republicans who voted
for "Hayes and good times." They're got 'em.
The "Baby's Best Friend" is Dr. Bull's Baby
Byrup, slnco It maintains the Baby's health by
keeping It free from Oollc, Dlarrhcci, etc.
rrice o cents per bottle.
Thcro will bo a festival in Evan's Hall this
(Friday) and .Saturday evening, held by ono
of iho classes of Si Paul's' Episcopal Sii'ndiv
School. Tho public is invited. Peaches, Ico
Cream, Ac, are on tho bill of fare.
John A. Funiton'a new building on Iron nmi
Fifth Streets is nrocrcssinfr. tho rellar lu,incr
about finished. When completed it' will be
liandsomo residence, John S. Sterner has
The property of Ncheralah Reece sold by his
assignees on the 4th inst., brought eleven thou
sand two hundred and thirty nine dollars. The
terms of sale were, one fourth down, one fourth
In six. twelve, and eielilcen months. II. V.
Fruit of Ilazleton Is the purchaser.
When you visit tho jail, be very careful not
to iraltatea certain prisoner, He sometimes
grows uuruanageablo and has been known lo
skin peoples' noses. Beware of Kelly, the
Bum." For further particulars Inquire at
Phillip D. Applcnian, .Jr. while using a mow
in his field near Ilohrsburg ran acrosi and
cut in two a black snake which measured four
feet nine inches. The head part, measuring
two feet, ran clear across the field after sever
The Democrats of Montour county have re'
ised their rules, which are now an almost ex-
act copy of ours. To have made them perfect
the clause giving minority representation should
have been inserted, and It would have saved
much trouble in their conventions. ,
Un frlday night while L. a. Wintersteen. a
law student In the office of Col. Knorr, with
some companions was in bathing, some person
or persons took from his clothing about $70 and
draft for several hundred dollars. No, trace
of the thief could be obtained. Payment of the
draft was stopped so that the loss will not prove
total one. Rep,
A. S. Barnes C- Co., publish the National and
Independent Jseries of .school Books. This sc
ries is largely used in Columbia county, and
the publishers desire to say that tho school
books published by said firm have been reduc
ed in price as the times demand. Any orders
for introduction or correspondence relative to
the same may be addressed to C. P. Flint, 822
Chestnut street, Phlndelphia.
Sunstroke. Wm. C. Johnston, Esq., Reg
ister and Recorder of this county, was overcome
by the heat on last Friday morning and fell in
sensible in the Court House yard, where he lay
for some time until he was discovered. In fal
ling lie lacerated his face considerably. lie was
conveyed home insensible; but has since re
covered and is again at his post. Daiu-ute In
Jacob 'Yeager of Slabtown heard a noise re
sembling the peep of a chicken the other morn-
ng when he went in his storo. On Investiga
tion it proved lo emanate from a box of eggs
that he had taken as country produce. Select
ing the noisy egg, he put it in a warm place
and soon had the pleasure of seeing a little
chicken running about. Those eggs ought to
be worth more than fourteen cents a dozen.
We have received from Geo. Stinson & Com
pany, Portland, Maine, four beautiful chromos.
Christ our Refuge," "Welcome Home," "Wa
ter Lilies," and "Morning Glories." They are
tho finest chromos of the kind we have ever
seen. We false return thanks to them for
handsome steel engraving of a Family record-
This firm stands among the highest as Art Pub
Buck Horn Ahead. On Tuesday, the 2ud
inst., a large picnic and fishing party was made
up in Buckhorn. There were about twenty
teams, and one hundred and fifty men women
and children In the company. A procession
was formed at about ten o'clock in the morning,
which, headed by Fuge's Cornet Band, started
for Trenche's dam below Light Street, where
they encamped in the grove. Croquet, dancing
and fishing were the amusements of the day.
Prof. Harris of Hamburg is reported as being
the most fortunate fisherman In the party. At
about five o'clock in the afternoon the company
returned home after a very pleasant day.
Struck hy Lkihtnino. On Thursday of
last week, Mr. Daniel Levari, residing near
Washingtonville, was struck by lightning, and
badly injured. He and his young nephew were
working in the harvest field, when, a thunder
storm coming up, the former sought shelter
from the rain under a tree and Ihe latter crept
under a grain shock. After the storm had sub
sided the boy crawled out and discovered Mr.
Levan lying on his back, apparently dead, tho
bolt of lightning having descended the tree and
struck him into insensibility. The boy ran to
Washingtonville and returned with Dr. New
bark who labored during Friday night with his
patient and finally succeeded in restoring him
to his senses. Since then Mr. Levan has been
gradually recovf ring from the severe shock,
Trasiw Arrested. Two tramps giving
their names as John Lock wood and Martin
Haten, entered the residence of Mr. Enoch Kit
tenhouse, in Briarcreek, Wednesday afternoon
nd helped themselves to a change of clothing
nd whatever else of value they came across.
They used an ax in demolishing a secretary, in
which was a roll of money, amounting to about
$800, which they failed to discover. The thefts
were discovered shortly after the thieves had
left, and they were followed, and captured near
Beach Haven and brought before Esquire Mc-
Anall in the evening of the same day. They
admitted their guilt and were committed to the
lock up over night and yesterday forenoon were
taken to the Bloomsburg jail by Constable Ja
coby. Berwick Independent,
30KMAL SCHOOL NOTES,
Rev. D. J. Waller Jr., the newly elected
Principal will move into the building In a few
days. Mr. E. C. Wells, Stewart, will bring bis
family from Muncy very soon. Mrs. Wells has
been elected Matron. The Board of Trustees
on Friday night last, elected Rev. S. 0. Thomp
son to a professorship. The Faculty isnow full
The Dormitory is being put in a condition to
receive students. A more complete and firm
school building cannot be found In this state.
Miss M. L. Hstlogs,for several years a teach
er In the Muncy Seminary, has been chosen as
one of the instructors In the Bloomsburg Nor
mal School, Miss II, is a lady of very superior
attainments, and will win hosts of friends In
Bloomsburg. Her hosts of friends in this place
and vicinity wish her abundant fsuccess in her
new field of labor. Huncy Luminary.
Our genial friends, the Coal and Iron Police,
now stationed at the jail, are gentlemen oftaste,
Last week they presented us with an elegant
boquet. Tho background wai a huge leaf of
breuica oltartea, vulgarly known as cabbage,
pleasant contrast were convoluted leaves of
ehenopodie, or beet, (dead): then came tin
crowning tlower.a fine specimen otpepo cucurbi
to, known to the uninitiated as pumpkin; with
this were the fragrant gcranvaceal robcrtianiam,
or geranium, the tinapitnlger, or mustard now
er, the althaeo roi, or hollyhock, the rcmioi-u
faecal, or morning glory, and, best of all the
rheum jjabr.utirnn folygonaeera, or rhubarb.
J!Lj! amimuiimmmmmnmmmtijmmmmtmmm3FmammmmamhUSm mm BBwwi irrrr.-MHi i r-ri-iiVnitiiii-.i .
THE COLUMBIAN ANDDEMQOR'AT,BLO0MSBCFKG, COLUMBIA COIOTT, PA.
TheCanlalaof the Haymakers at the Opera
House on Friday and Saturday nights last week
was worthy of a better attendance. The slim
audiences that attend any kind of public exhi
bition where an admission fee Is charged, is one
of the strongest evidences of the hard times.
Loose quarters are a scarce article just now.
Serious Finn. On Friday last the barn of
William Miller in Centre Township, was burn
ed to the ground. He bad Just hauled in Ilia
last ofhti'crops. Th lost was a total one, In
cluding three horses, a lot of hogs the wagons,
carriage, harness, Ac. In trying to save some
of the property A.K. Shuman had his hand
severely burned. The insurance had expired.
The fire was the work of an incendiary.
Drowned. Hugh Cannon, son of John C.
Cannon, south Vine street, aged two years and
four months ,was diowned Monday afternoon
by failing Into a pit that had recently been dug
for an outhouse, and filled with water during
the recent rains. The child had been playing
with oilier rhlldren, and wandered from them,
and was missed by his mother, who found hitu
shortly after, but loo late. Hatleton Sentinel.
Tho contract of Rollins A Holmes on the
new jail includes gas and water pipes, drainage,
tinning and steam heating. They are now en
gaged in a similar contract In the Sunbury
prison. These gentlemen aro gaining a wide
reputation, and their work shows that they are
justly entitled to it. Formerly it was necessary
to send to the city for workmen to do plumbing
Ac, but now we congratulate ourselves on hav
ing an establishment at home that can do all
jobs in their line in a skillful manner.
Sinuulaii Accident. During the shooting
on Wednesday night a lady in town was stand
ing off at a distance witnessing the battle, when
a spent ball that had been fired up into the air
dropped on the lady's head and Imbedded itself
in her black hair. Her hat was also knocked
off but she did not know what caused it. When
she got home and prepared to retire, tho ball
dropped out of her hair and fell on the floor.
The gentleman who was in company with this
lady was demoralized when the shooting began
and left lb safe quarters, permitting tho lady
lo take care of herself. She remiined until the
war was over and then went home alone. Sha-
Bulow we give a statement of the contract
for work, the names of tho contractors, and the
amounts for which the work is to be done.
Stnnn nnd mason work. Sterner &
Ilpallnc. pfts-filtinff. rtlumbine. &c.
llnllins & Holmes G.4G5 00
Iron work, Crulkshank, Moyer & Co. 8,998 15
The carpenter work, painting nnd plastering
has not yet been allotted.
The stone for trimming and warden's house
are the Farrandsville stone from Clinton coun
ty. The cells, guard wall, etc., will be Snick
The Bloomsburir Columbian finds fault be
cause our militia is not composed of veterans.
The best way for Col. Brockway to remedy that
is to organize a company ol veteran,) il lie can,
and stop his grumbling. Index.
In reply to the above we would state that we
did organize a company of men a few years ago,
mainly veterans, and at considerable personal
expense. Our roster numbered over 100 men, good
and true. They were duly mustered in, com
missions were issued, guns were promised iire
uvuld pay the freight, which we agreed to do,
The guns never came, and without notice a
splendid company of men was disbanded. Now,
Brother Bixby, we may' add that during the
late emergency we offered the Governor 150
picked men, but he declined the oll'cr with
A Seriocs Charge. On last Monday morn
ing Samurl Stlltz, a darkey who for some time
past has been hanging around this place, was
arrested on the charge of an assalt with an at
tempt to commit n rape on the body of a young
daugher of James Dennis, a respectable col
ored man of this place. Ho was promptly
placed in jail after a hearing before Justice
Brower. It seems that Miss Dennis and anoth
er colored girl on last Saturday night were re
turning from the negro camp meeting near Ru
pert, and while passing through Boone's woods
were overtaken by Stlltz, who at once made
lecent proposals to the Dennis girl. Upon re
fusing, Stiltz struck her whereupon she scream
ed for help, which came at once. The girl was
then released, and the scoundrel fled.
P. S. Since writingthe above we have learn
d that Stiltz has been released from jail upon
condition that he pays the costs of suit, ant
leaves the county for nine months unless soon
er called for.
A BULLDOZED SOLDIER.
He was from Berwick and he came on here
to ioin his company of Berwick soldiers. He
had on his uniform and felt like a fighting-cock,
No striker would dare to cross his path, for he
was a soldier with uniform just new from the
box, and fully armed. When he stepped from
the car upon the Kingston platform be felt as
though lie was monarch of all he surveyed,
Strikers and workingmen have beneath their
uncouth contour a vain of humor that is irres
istible. They noticed the Berwick soldier and
went for him. They took away his arms and
passed him around the crowd like a child,
He was frightened. He ielt as though he was
not equal to tho occasion. He wanted to go
home. He felt that his presence was not needed
iu the coal regions. The crowd yelled and
laughed as only such a crowd can yell and
laugh. At lenf.tU when Ihe joke had been duly
and fully enjoved, and the soldier gave up for
lost and was resigning himself to his fate, they
sent him down and gave him his gun, and he
rotted off to his company like a big boy whoi
been "bounced." There will be a uniform to
let in Berwick company when he gets bask
home, and the applicant must take an oath that
he won't allow himself to be bulldozed by the
strikers. Sunday iWus.
E. M. Ludwio : Many of our readers re
member Ludwlg, (u do) and will smile ot
the following description of him taken from
Bland county (Va.) Gazette',
"E. D. Ludwig, Esq. Do you know him
He is the intelligent, energetic and honored
President of the KImberland Spring Company,
who has associated with him, as Vice-President
Capt. C. R, Boyd, and J. D. Harris, as Secre
taryworthy associates of a stirring and wise
head, Mr. Ludwlg Is "the right man In Ihe
right place;" occupying his position with great
prudence and forethought, with an "angel-pow
er behind the throne" of the feminine order
"with whom we are well pleased." He is
Swiss, either by nativity or extraction, or both
about five feet seven or eight inches in stature
an oval face, good forehead, and black hair
eyes black, as to the iris, with an ample ground.
In clear white, encircling this spot of jet; coin
pleiion dark, with all that enters Into contour
in excellent proportion; countenance bland
and open, with the InBide man revealed in ex
pression and look, and waves of honesty and
kindness ever and anon chasing each other
across the broad face; while a mixed vein of w
humor and ivnocent mischief Is very apparent
beneath the smile-crowned wavelets that play
about the mouth and eye. Unfortunately, Mr.
Ludwlg was wounded in the sectional war of
the United States, and has to me a stick, am
limps in walking. Ills portion Is a responsi
ble and trying one; but, being self professed
and well balanced, and withal, under good self-
control, he is never disconcerted, but moves
right on with his business. Now, if In travel
ing, you meet anybody filling the above de
scription, that U E. D. Ludwlg."
It is an awful whopper to say that his lame
ness came from a wound received during the late
war. H wasn't near it.
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July 27 ltn.
Isaao Andreas will sell real estate In Mllllln
Township, on August 11th.
J. W. Evans, Assignee of Abraham Miller,
ill sell real estate In Berwick on August
Ezra Stephens, administrator of William
Hess deceased, will sell real estate In Sugar-
loaf Township on August 25ih.
Henry W. Vandersllce administrator ol J. II.
Vandcrslico deceased will sell real estate in
Mt. Pleasant townshsp, on Saturday September
1st. Same day in Roanngcrcek township
James Kelffer, committee of Daniel Gearheart,
ill sell real estate.
See advertisements in other columns.
An oriental traveller describes this busy
Bcene,witncssed on historic shores 1 "Our steamer
landed on a beach which was ihe port of An
tloch, where the disciples wero first called
Christians. There was no town at the water's
edge, no people, no wharf. The passengers and
the merchandise were put ashore in lighters,
hlch ran up Into the sand. A troop of cam-
els, with Iheir drivers, lay on tho beac'i, ready
to transfer the goods into the interior. Among
the articles landed were boxes marked 'Dr. J,
Aver & Co. Lowell, Mass., U.S. A.,' show
ing that they contained medicines and whence
they came. These with other goods were hois
ed on tho backs of camels, for transportation to
Ahtloch. Thus the skill of the West sends
back its remedies to heal the maladies of popu
lations that Inhabit those eastern shores,whence
our spiritual manna came." HWsor Vt.)
Aug. 3 lni.
Hon. John M. Francis, of Troy, in an address
before the State Press Association at Albany
recently, said: "And this leads me to say that
very community that can sustain a newspaper
should do so. It dissipates local isolation ; as
sures increasing business with accession to pop
ulation : makes a town and its people better
known to the world ; inaugurates the spirit of
improvement; promotes social refinement, pro
ucea moral as well as material growth. A
newspaper is the silent schoolmaster in the fam
ly; but il should not be made to do Ihe duty
by "boarding around ;" every man able to sub
scribe for the local weekly paper bIiouIJ take it
and pay for it. There by lie will make a bet
ler citizen; his home will be happier; his chil-
ren brighter and smarter, and they will be
brought into contact in some degree with all
arts of the world wherever thought exwts, and
with the development and progress of humanity
wherever it may be advanced to fulfill its no
PLEASE BEAD THIS CARKFDLLY.
Reader.we presume you know money is ralhcr
scarce in this section of country, and as a con
cnuence, we, with everybody else, have felt
the effects of the stringency. In fact we believe
we feel the effects more than most others do.
Tho reason of this is that our dealings are with
thousands of individuals and as our claim
against each are for the most part, only Bmall
amounts there are very many among the num
her who seem to think that it makes no differ
ence whether they pay now the trifle they owe
u.s, or defer payment six months or a year Ion
ger, and when several hundred hold the same
opinion it is readilv to be seen that theso iriuea
amount in ihe whole to quite a large sum. uu
expenses have been heavy during tho present
year on account of new material which we have
been obliged to add to our stock, our olhce ex
penses, comprising labor, paper, ink, Ate., must
all be paid in cash.and hence, when hundreds of
our subscribers are in arrears, (when all sub
scriptions should be paid in advance,) and aa
one advertisement is inserted after another, and
one job of work is taken out of the office after
another, with the mild request, "Please just
charge this and I will fix it in a week or two,"
and those weeks are allowed to run into many
months, it is no wonder when we say that we
1 the stringency of Ihe times more than many
others do. It is not often that we bring this
unpleasant matter before our readers, but nt
times we feel that we are neglected too long,
and are obliged to ask for our just dues. We
hope, therefore, reader, that if you are one of
number who are indebted to us, whether
for subscription, advertising or jab work, you
will consider onr situation and heed our request
to come and square up your accounts. Jersey
The above describes our situation exactly,
and we hope every one who is in debt to us will
take it as though we had written it ourselves.
Thomis H. Grcevy was yesterday elected
recorder of Altoona. There wero two things
which materially aided him. Altoona is
Democratic through and through, and so is
Greevy, Altoona is fond of strikes, and so
Greevy, lie is not very learned as a
lawyer, yet he is shrewd, and Altoona may
be congratulated on having a recorder who
fairly represents the views of a majority of
her citizens. Qattttc d- Bulletin.
Luckv is the baby whose mamma use
Glenn's Sulphur Soap with whioh to wash
the little innocent. No prickly heat, or
other rash can annoy the infant cuticle with
which this cooling anu purliying antiscor
butic comes in daily contact. Sold by nil
Hill's Hair & Whleker Dye. black or
DOBBIN'S ELECTRIC SOAP.
Having obtained the agency of this
for Bloomsburg and vicinity, I append the
opinion of some of our best people as to its
I have used Dobbin's Electric Soan made
bv I. L. Cragin & Co., Philadelphia. Pa.
for washing about ten years, and think it
superior to any other, am. v. u, Hartley.
"Wehave'used Dobbin's Electric Soap and
Una 11 superior to any otner or au omen
Airs. w. it. jacouy,
Mrs. 11. 11. Stohner.
I desire all my fi lends and customers to
Qivt Mil Soap one trial,
so that they may know just how good the
Best uoap in the unttca states is.
J. II. Maize.
July 20, '77-8w llloomaburg, Pa.-
Wo arc now offering tho celebrated Sus
quehanna Coal Co's Coal at the following
No. G. I l.C) per ton on wharf.
No. S. 2.65 per ton on wharf.
No. 2. 3 and 4. 2.90 ner ton on wharf.
Blacksmith's Lump 2,90 per ton on wharf.
Hitumlnous 4.50 per ton on wharf.
35 cents per ton additional, for delivery to
any part 01 tno town.
Coal Housemates 15 cents per ton less.
No. G. to Lime-burners $1.50 ner ton.
Coal screened before leaving our yards and
full weight guaranteed.
Orders left at I. W. McKelvy's Store, at
our office, or beut through tho mails will re
ceive prompt attention,
. Your patronage is respectfully solicited.
May 1, 1877
The price of furniture Is way down to
rock bottom. You can buy a very pretty
Walnut Chamber Set for fifty dollars, and
an eiegant set lor sevonty uve dollars at uati-
, . i
All kinds of 1 urnlturo at lowest prices at
Utlz & BloAii kcerT il fuil'lliiouf Black
fallFs nt very low prices.
BEST C!llO()tIP.T Rot ovr brniirrlit in
this vlllngo nt half the usual prices nt the
Tin iXiii hu urn l? Ilk. .. Z t" 6
,1. Hchuyler & Son, In order to reduce their
heavy stock of Hardware offer great bar
Great bargains In Dress Good at Clark
III order to keen trade movlnrr I. W. Hart.
man is offering Dry Goods very low. Dress
Goods at remarkably low prices. Also rem
nanu oi mi Kinds ol uoods with short
lengths of Dress Goods very cheap.
Don't foreet tho BLOOMSBURG 0'J cent
Slum, closes this week.
Fresh supply nf Melons and peaches i list
receivcu at ino i.mpiro urocery.
Lasting Gaiters, $1.00 at McKinncys.
Ruches. Ties. Collars. Ribbons. Corsets
and a crent variety of Notions at tho lowest
prices at uarK x won s.
New Black Cashmeres at Lulr & Sloan's
All l.ln.l. f fll. TTn.1-.-.-..
Caps, &c, at A. J. Evans' Clothing Store,
Hand-made Shoes at McK!nney's,a
Clark & Wolf nre pelline off their Summer
.uress uoous at very low prices.
Don't foreet that the Dlace to btiv crocer-
les cheap Is at ths Empire Grocery, corner I
ol Main and East streets.
Don't pass L,
contains nn elegant
anu silverware, watches and clocks re
paired and all kinds of work in his line done
neatly aim cheaply.
New Waterproofs at Lutz & Sloan's.
$1.2-5 Foxed Gaiter at McKlnney's.
Important to Farmers I You can buv
School Books, &c, at I. W. Hartman's for
, Bernhardt .Tewelrv Store UC,.Y . ".""J' ul appeuie (leorgo Bloss, south bytho same, west by William
to look in his window. It f,on8"P,atlon 0,3S,,8,1f.,w.",1 restore nnd regulate HowillandJohnDlossandotheracontalnlng 88 acres
fssortmentof Jewelry """"" omiou a cure aimys ino in- and 110 perches, on which are erected a frame house
A. J. Evans' new lllnthinf Stnro rnrner account of Abraham Waltman, Executor of thees
,,,,' , t . u'0l"1DK tre, corner tate 0 Jcsso Zftneri ,at00, Rnnrc-k township, de
ol Main nnd Iron streets, Is the place to buy I ceased, will attend to the duties of his appointment
uuuu loining ac tne very lowest rates.
uau nnu see 111s stock-.
Attenlion nil I New Stock just in at tho
iiiutJJlsilUKU iftlcent STOKIS.
All kinds of Fruit Cans at Rollins &
Holmes' Store. Quarts at 85 cents a dozen.
Clark & Wolf buy butter and eggs and
sen you goods at caali prices.
The Rockford Watch, the best American
time keeper made lor tho price, can now be
iiaa nt ijouis isernnaru s Jewelry store.
June 22, '77-tf
Lutz & Sloan wilTse""!! Aooleton "A'
muslin yet a lew '.days at 7 cents by the
Large rocking chairs for porches aro all
the'ragc. Cadman has them of nil shapes
and sizes and colors, and is selling them rap
idly. Those formerly sold at six dollars can
now be bought for $4.00. Cheaper than any
otner piace at uaaman s.
"Down to Hard Pan" Boots and Shoes at
Wanted. Two girls to learn the tailor
ing trade. Wm. 1. lvester. Apr.27tt
Ladies' fine Shoes, all widths and sizes
at Mciunney s.
Still a small lot of Parasols lea to sell at
less than cost at Clark & Wolf's.
xjist 2c XjTD
The Boys' Suits,
The Chilclrens' Suits,
Now selling very cheap rttD. Low-
All kinds of goods sold atMarr's
cheap ior cash.
Do not think you have eaten
the best bread m town until you
lave tried J. F. Caldwell's. It is
the whitest and lightest, the neat-
est and sweetest and cannot 1)0 SUl'-
passed. Try it and see.
TJ3ST 2C X.3D
The Summer suite at I). Lowen-
XJKT 2C LID
In Make, Fit, and Price, the dress
Shirt sold at D. Lowenberg's.
Black and Fish oils at Marr's,
Machine needles and oil at
XJ3ST 2C -JL,T
The Hats, Caps, &c.
Tho Gauze Underwear,
The Summer Drawers,
Half hose, Linen Collars, Cuffs,
and fine neck Wear, at Lowenberir's
For anything you want call at the
Bloomsburg 99ct, Store. You may
set it there at half what it would
cost at other places.
E. Blltterick .and Co's DreSS pat-
toi-na nl Mfirr'a
Dr. Shiloh's Svhteui Vitaliier.
We are authorized to guarantee this rem
euy for the cureot 'Jyspepsla, Inactive Llv
er.Sou r Stomach, Constipation, Loss of An
etite, Coming up of Food, Yellow Skin,
anu uenerni L,anguor nnu JJeuuity. x ou
must acknowledge that this would be ruin-
oua unless wead positive evidence that it said, thence along the same bne hundred elghty-one Vsi.innrt 13, V,, it
will cure. You who aro suffering from and a half feet to thoplaco of beginning, together Voim 11m n nT,
llimgwmiitaiuH hhod num, UIDAUUICUtU
ami will you continue to sutfer when you
Iar size 70 cents. Sold by O. A. Klein'i and
n. j. nenaersnctt.
60.000 die annually by neglecting a
yuBu, wuiu ui vjiuup, uucii lenuiug iu i vnai piece or parcel ot land on Front street afore
Consumption and the grave. Why will you I said on aomh-west side of lot of II. M. Horkman
neglect so important n matter, when vou
cangetat our store Shiloh's Consumption
Cure, with the assurance of a speedy recoy-
ery. For soreness across tho Chest or Lungs
or Lame Hack or Side, Shiloh's Porous
nailer gives prompt relief, bold by O. A.
rvieimanmx. j. Jienuersuou.
. S" " ' "' ""
March 30, '77-eow
the Columbian Offick
LETT fill HEADS,
OSTKfiS, tO., HO.,
Neatly wu. lu.ipl- printed at the Colum
iCIegant Hair is woman's crowning beauty
when ifsdc, she fade as well. While It Is kept
urifcni ntr pcjsuuui umtiiuuiis urcsiui mainiain-
,i ; i. r.in- ,iin i,,., ftr.i, ,j , ,, ,
yonthful appearance Is continu d through many I
iw. nil who grieve ow lb- fidlnc
lurmng gray list r.iriy s 1,1 l.mm lh.it
Aycr's Hair Vigor prevents it, and lestorcs
pmv or fill hair lo lis iialtir.il rnlnr. It l n
clear and healthful preparation, containing V?
nf "' d" nor nntMnS "Mlwlou". J
tMitirtHfl il tlm pnln wlifit la innar iicuwisiln I
sense of pleasant and delightful freedom from
scurf or dandruff.-
Keie Heme (N.C.) Timet,
MUItDEU WILL. OUT.
A few vcars nrro "Aumisl Flower" was dis
covered to loa certain euro for Dyspepsia and
Liver complaint, a few thin dyspeptics mado
known to their friends how easily and quickly
thoy had been cured by its uso. Tlio great
-nn . i-t I
1111 ur i 1 C iluEusl 11 J0"" ucenmo ner-
aided through the) country by onp sufferer to
auuuii-r, uiiui, wiuiuuiuuvi-nising, us kuo
iiu-i ih.-cuiuu unincn!o. uruggists m j-jvrjiii
TOWN In tho United States nrn splli ntr U
M . ..n-.j..- ... i. ?;t.
u i,ui.-sju ruiiuiiu mm i-uur Biumucil, r-iciw
headache, costivcncM, palpitation of tho
heart, indigestion, low spirits, etc., can take
threo doses without relief. Go to Moj-cr
Bros., and get abottlo for 7fl cents nnd try it.
oampio uotties iu cents. April au,'77-iyjl
It Has Stood the Test.
it vou doubt the wonder ml success ol hluloh's
Consumption Cure, give it n trial i then if you
nre not perfectly satisfied, return the bottle and
wo will refund tho nricc rtaiif. It lins pHtnltlUli-
cu the fact that Consumption can be cured. I
whilo for con clis. asthma, hoarseness, wlinnn-
ing ""K'm """ ur inroanrouuies.inero
is iiuimuK iiko iwur u quicK nnu positive cure, i
mm it suiuuiu iuub. iu cems, uu cents nnu 91
per bottle. If your lungs are sore, or chest or
back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster price
25 cents. Sold by U. A. Klctm and N. J. Hen
Dr. Shiloh's Svstcra Vitnlizcr is no doubt the
most successful cure for Dyspepsia nnd Liver
Complnint wo have ever known, otherwiso wo
could notguaranteeit. In cases of consumption
Iunes. Trice 75 cts.
Sold by U. A. KIcim and N. J, Ilcndcrshott.
TI . ..... u 1 r . p.
o.i ... n n -r.-! 1 x t it 1 , ..
ouiu uy j. i. jYieiui nnu rt, o, iicnuersnoii.
April 0, '7 7-ly j
ESTATE OF JESSE ZANEK, DECEASED.
Tho undersigned auditor appointed by the Or-
at his ontco In tho Town of Bloomsburg In A.J.
r.van s uuuaing, corner or Mam ana iron streets, on
Friday tho Slstdayot August, 1SI7, at 10 o'clock, a.
1IEIIVEV K. SMITH.
July 20, 'I7-4W.
ISTATE OF 1REDEKICK 1SLEB, PKCEA8RD.
tetters Testamentary on the estate of rrrflprtet
Ictpr intn nf flcwnirnsuS Inwnohln ! V.liinti..
deceased, have been grante 1 by the Register of said
county to Elizabeth Isler, of same, township, Exet
utllx. to whom alt Dersons Indebted arn rtmir.fpil
to make paymcnt,and thoss having demands sgalnst
mu nuiu 1-5U110 , 111 iimMj luuui Knuwu lo lue saia
r.AivuuTA nuuuui uumy.
i.l.lAUl.1 Jl lSI.KK,
Is the BEST and MOST ECONOMICAL In the World.
Is perfectly PURE freo from acids and other for
eign substances that Injure Linen.
Is STRONGER than any other-requiring much less
quantity in using.
Is UNIFORM stiffens and nnlshes work always tho
KinfisM's Qswep Corn Starcli
1 Is the most delicious of all preparations for
Puddings, Blanc-Mange, Cake, etc.
Aug, 3, .T-3m he ico
REAL ESTATE !
By virtus ot an order Issued out of the Court of
common Pleas ot Columbia county, the undersigned
Assignee for the benefit of the creditors of Abraham
MILer will expose to public sale at tho
In the Borough of Berwick, Columbia county, on tho
15th day of August, 1B77,
at two o'clock p. m., the following described pieces
or parcels of land with the appurtenances, situate In
said Borough of Berwick, Pa,, bounded and described
as follows, to-Klt: All that piece or parcel ot land
sltuato on Oak street, bounded on the ea by lot ot
Arthur Oliver, north by an alley, west by land of M.
W. Jackson and on tho bouth by Oak street, contain
ing one lolot.
Also, one other piece of land situate on Second
street in said torough.boundcd and described as
louows, lo-wit.: iteginmog at mo corner 01 lot num
ber ono hundred and one, thence by the same
one hundred and eighty-one and a half feet to Third
street, thence by ihe same forty-nine and a half feet
to lot of Alexander Thompson, thence by Ihe same
one hundred and eighty-one and a halt feet to Sec
ond street aforcsild, thence forty-nine and a half
feet to the place of beginning, being lot number
''ninety-four," In plan of said town, on which is
Also, one other piece or parcel of land situate in
said Borough, beginning at a corner of lot number
twenty-one on the south sldu ot Front street, thence
by Front street forty.nlno and a halt feet to lot
number twenty-ave, thence by lot number twenty
nvo one hundred and sixty feet, thenco by a line par-
allel with Front street forty-nine and a halt feet to
lot number twenty-one, thence by lot number twen
ty-one one hundred and slity feet to the place of
nejlnnlntr, being lot number twenty.two (Water lot)
as marked and numbered In plan ol said town, on
which is erected a two-story
DOUBLE FRAME HOUSE.
One other piece or parcel of land In said Borough
on Frontstreet Detween Market and Mulberry street
beginning on Front street nt line of cald Miller
thence along Front street ten feet to line of II. M
1 llnrk-mtin. thpnr-A iilnnv a.,11 IWInnon-a ),naAl.hru
... , ... - """-- '
feet, Ihenco to line ot said MUler ten feet, thence
along line ot said Miller eighty feet to Front street.
Also all that lot of ground sltuato on Front street
being "contiguous In-lots marked und numbered In
the plan of the said town numbers Fifteen and Six-
teen;" lot No. 15 begtnnlng at the corner of lot num
ber Five on Front street ihenco aiong the same for
ty-nine and a half feet to corner of ln-lot No. le.thenee
along the same one hundred and clghty-one and a
1 corner on r-econu street, tnence by
the samo forty-nine and aljalffectto the corner of
lot No. s, thence by the Rameone hundred eighty-one
and a half feet to the place, ot beglnnlnir. Lot No.
It beginning at Ihe corner of lot No. IS aforesaid on
Front street, thenco along the same forty-nine and
a halt feet to corner of lot number beventeen, thence
I by the same one hundred eighty-one and a half feet
to Second street, thence along Second streetfortv.
nine and a half feet to the corner of lot No. is. atom.
I - ft. uuuu vu lutu Ul O
Brick Drug Store, FraillO
I ' UIC AAUll&U,
VraniR stalilp nnd nthr nii,.h.iiMi.M. . .......
tnence aioog Front street twenty.two feettoim
I ot lot of A. B. Wilson s heirs, thence by the same
'lty thence to lot of Ji. M. Hockman on a line
parallel with Frontstreet twenty-two feel, thence
by the same slxty-slx feet to the place of bcgmnlng
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE
E. W.M. Low in the sum of one thousand dollar, i
JrZl "t. o7 2 Z "JJ?"L
i n.i.i J, T.. ,Z . .
ZZZ rth I ;." h. ie
n7.i Vfi, n.i.i.;.V . --iui'u
.. ..v.h .vuiituiaiiuu uisi, in
ferred aroents to bo aucured by bond and mort
gage on me premises, -me last described piece to
be sold subject to the mortgage of E. W, M. Low aud
toe mu'res. aueon ttij same.
J. W. EVANS,
m. k. j icxsoH i son, Assignee.
Berwick, I'a., July 19th, 1SI7,
Cor mJ at the Coluului oaxn. r
S1JERIFFS SA LVj. I
By virtue of sundry wtlla issued out of Ihs
Coutt ot Common Fleas ot Columbia county and to
ine dlrsctod will bo exposed to r'ibllo ealo attlio
court House at two o J-k p. m.,on
HATUllDAY. AUUlJril' ISlh. 1877.
All that lot and Piece M land sllunli d lu BrlarL-ii-ik
township, bounded on the north by lands of llebec-
en Evans and .lames and Jacob Bowers, on the east
1u"m ,t"! ",utu la'"1' ?'
of the widow of John Mas.e.ter, confining twenty-
nnfl npro mnro nf tiai u-horiwin nra rrnrtml a ritvnl.
,ln nou9e to. c- andaaw mill, together with all
the rights and privileges thereto pertaining and held
by the defendant.
Seized, taken In execution and to be sold as the
property of William Evans.
All thoso certain lots of land situate In Ihe Cor
ougfi of centralla, Columbia county, Pennsylvania,
to wit I
A double lot bouadod on the south by Main street,
cy-luuure neavujr .
on tho west by Thomas ocraghty. north and east by
allej s, whereon are erected a two-story framo house
and stable, meat houso and otherout-buildlngs, said
lots being 60 feet front and H0 In depth.
One other lot on Centre street, bounded on the
east by Main street, south by Centre street, west by
Louis Kantncr nnd north by an alley containing
front nod Icet In depth, wheron are erected two
double dwelling houses and ouUbuUalogs.
The last mentioned premises will be sold In two
parts, each having a dwelling house and out-bulld-
lngs, the lots being each about ss feet In front and
about 14) feet In depth.
Two other lots on Troutwlnc street bounded on
the west by an alley, on lo south by Joseph Dawes,
ftrM, hv.tm... itM .nbf i. nw,,.t.,n. o.wf
WlinrAnn ! oraitarl a tnn1lA (tn-nlllnn linn en nnrl ntit-
buildings, containing CJ leet In front and Ho feet In 1
One other lot bouuded on tho west by Troutwlno
street, cast by an alley, north by Chadwlck,
south by a steo'e, said lot being S3 feet In front
and 140 feet In depth,
Ono other tract of land situate In Itoartngcreek
on the north by Muchlaberger, on tho cast by
and framo barn.
Seized, taken Into execution and to be told as tho
property ol James Dyke.
The following real cBtate Bltuate In Montour town
ship, Columbia county, Pennsylvania, bounded as
follows ! On tho west by D. L. W. llall Road, oast
by lot of Henry Klclrn, south by lot of Mrs. Donovan
and north by a public road, said lot being about co
feet In front hy 100 feet In depth running narrower
back, whereon are.crocted a two-story framo nouso
Seized, taken into execution and to be sold as tho
property of John Nungesscr.
CONDITIONS OF 8 ALE Purchasers must pay
ten per cent, ot the purchase money, or at least
enough to cover all costs, at Btrlklng down of sale
puierwiso propciiy u nu rcsoiu ai onco.
JOHN W. HOFFMAN,
July 27, lsu.-ts sheriff.
SHERIFFS SALE !
By virtue of sundry writs of Issued out
otthu Court of Common Pleas of Columbia CO., and
to me directed, wUlljti exposed to publlcssloat tho
Cmirtllouso In Bloomsburg at two o clock p. m. on
SATURDAY, AUGUST -25, 1877,
The following real estate sltuato In tho town ot
Bloomsburg, Columbia county, Pennsylvania, boun
ded and described as follows, to-wtt : On the north
uy D. L. W. Railroads, east by lot of Peter BUI
racyer, south by seventh street, and west by lot of
Bloomsburg Gas company, containing three-fourths
of an acre moro or less, whereon are erected a largo
two-story brick foundry and machine shop, a frame
ware house, frame blacksmith shop, frame car shop,
together with engine, and boilers, lathes, fans, drill
press, belts, pulleys, grindstones, boring machines,
flasks, patterns, and all fixtures, tools and machin
ery belonging thereto.
rietzed, taken Into execution and tone sr-idas the
property of Samuel Turnbach and Silas M. Hess.
CONDITIONS OF SALK.-Purchasera must pay
ten per cent of the purchase money, or at least
enough to cover all costs at striking down of sale
otherwise property to be resold at once.
On all that certain real estate situate in Green
wood township, Columbia county,: Pennsylvania'
bounded aud -described as follows, to-wit: On the
north by land ot Marvin Kline, eabt.by land ot Jo
seph Keller, south by land ot II, Kitchen and others,
and west by land of Marvin Kline, containing 40
acres more or less, on which are erected 'a frame
dwelling house and barn with the appurtenances.
Seized, taken Into execution and to bo sold as the
property of Leonard Kline. 1
JOnN W. HOFFMAN,
Aug. 3, IT-ts Sheriff,
LIST OF CAUSES FOR TRIAL AT
SEPTEMBER TKHM, 1871.
Frederick nobler vs. D. U. W. it. It. Co.
Robert Gorrell & Co. vs. Joseph M. Freck.
Lloyd Paxton vs. Philadelphia Reading It. R. Co.
George K. Tryon et. al. vs. Jacob Brown et. aL
(leorgo K. Tryon et, al. vs. Martin Lubold et. al.
George K. Tryon et al. vs. William Clarke et. al.
George K. Tryon ct. al. vs- Joslah Hand et. aL
George K. Tryon et. al. vs, Christian schack et. al.
Snyder, HarUnan & Co. vs. N. L. Campbell.
A. T. Ikeler vs. Jonas Doty.
John Heaeock vs. Jonas Doty.
Fayetto Drlbleblss vs. Eves Co.
L. V. Davis vs. Jonas Doty.
Lel Klnley vs.'N. L.Campbell.
John MeCalla's Exr.vs. George D. Luce et. al.
1). F. Seybert vs. Philip Appleman.
Lafayette Drlbllb's vs. C. W. Eves et. al.
C. B. Brockway vs. Orange township.
Williams Chalfantvs. K. 11. Oulc.
Robert Taylor et. al. vs. Robert (lorrcll.
Jeremiah Taylor et. al. vs. Robert Porrell.
Robert Taylor et, oL vs. Robert Gorrell.
Daniel Kline vs. Charles Lee and T. L. Kline.
Jacob Fisher, Sr., et. al, vs. John Fisher et. al.
S. u Stetler vs. Lewis Yetter.
Alexander Smith vs. J. W, Evans.
Alexander smith vs J. W. Evans,
First National Bank ot Ashland vs. Daniel Morris.
I. W. McKehy vs. William Shaffer et. al.
A, L. Turner vs. Elma Kester.
E. W. Rutter vs. W. V. Jones.
Albert Wlnton vs. Jonas Doty.
Columbia Insurance Co. vs. Joseih M. Freck.
Columbia Insurance Co. vs. Jackson 1; oodln.
C. It. I'axtonet,aI. vs. 11. o. Creveltng.
George Ituckel vs. Mlchlel Grover's Adm'r.
C.J. Ash vs. William Ikeler.
Columbia Insurance Co. vs. Jackson i Woodtu,
Columbia Insurance Co. vs. Nescopeck Bridge Co,
C. B. Brockway et, al. uso vs. William Yeaceret. ah
A uranam Rice vs. John Sherman et. al.
Christ Church vs. A, S. Phillips.
nenry u. Conner vs. Emanuel Conner's Adm'r,
Sarah A, l'etrlktn vs. L. W. Wooley.
Evan Franklin vs. sharpless 4: Harraan.
wmiara nuckel vs. George Moore et al,
D. F. fceybert vs. J. W. Sankey,
Dante) Kostenbauder vs. Ctusper I. Thomas.
Mary Crcvellng's use vs. William William Winter-
O. F. Drelsbach vs. Michael Grover's Admr's.
EilzabeUi KUngerman's Adm'r. vs. David It. llower.
K. F. Kamerly vs. Joseph Hess.
John Eckrote.vs.:Jesse Zaner'a Ex'r,
Ainus navage vs. A-ram Kline et. ux,
vs. Margaret Curry'a Adm'r,
II, 11. Albcrtson vs. Joseph P. Img;1
Sarah 11111 i t, al. vs. l'ena'u canal Co
Casper Rata vs. George il. i Cpl'eLtT
John A. Funston vs. Bloomsburg Gas Co.
iiannan weus a. I). L, & W. IU It. Co.
inoomsburg Lumber Co. vs. a. W. fcterner.
Ezra S, Lyons vs J, II. Eves.
Jacob ETans'Kx'r. vs. Thomas E. fleddts ct. al.
.luinuei uiger vs, Francis Evans,
I 'hujler & Reasncr vs. Aaron Bender,
inoomsburg Lumber Co. vs. William Morris et. al.
Bloomsburg Lumber Co. vs. William Morris et. ux.
name oi jsspy vs. WUllara Wllnes' Bxlu.
Toles t Sweet vs. William MUnes' Kir's,
urockway & Elwell va. Conyngham townshln.
Brockway Elwell vs. Conyngham school Dlstrlcu
w imam linnvlllo vs. Peter Ent'a Administrator.
O. II. Millard va. Conyngham and Centralla Poor
ttL' ?IT, Knapp.
i ueorgetietty s. Daniel it. Stevens.
Cau. vs. satnue. and Emma Reppert.
Augustus KU-rhart s. Daniel Evcrhart.
C. B. Brockway vs. First National Bank of Berwick.
William Krlckbaum. use vs. U T. Shai plesa eU al.
rermeua il. Koons vs. stitzer Miller.
Lewis Schu) ler, Trustes vs. Comad Kreamer,
AT THECOLUJIHIAN OFFICE.
TLANK MORTGAGES for sale cheap at th
1 Jj uulclx omo. -ifKuit
Ullefs f f administration, on llw iwlnto r,t rump
I) Meauitr, IMo tf urct-nwwl Iwp, Loiiiuiins , id.,
i-n h.. I.,-,, L-MhiMi tiv Hie ltcirlslrr of Co
lumbia county, ui loxiulerKwiiiiT,nf same town
ship, to whom all persons Indebted sre renuptec;
to make Imnie dlaie pn jinent nnd those havlngctairiM
or demands against, the said estate will make them
known to Ilia iinMrxIgncd Administrator without,
July JT.tJ-aw Administrator.
"MrilEREAS, ihe Hon. William Elwem.
v y i-re
resident Judge of the Court of Oyer and
Terminer and HenenA Jail Delivery, Court of Qaar
t...ml orohans' court In tho SOlh Judicial DU-
,r,ct composed of the counties ot Columbia and
Montour, and the Hons. I. K. Xrlckbanm and P. L
Shuman.Assoclate- Judges of Columbia county, have
Issued their precept, bearing data the lltii day ot
May, In the year of our Lord one thousand olgnl
hundred and soventy-soven, and to me directed for
holding a Court of Oyer and Terminer and General
Quarter Sessions of tho Peace, Court ot Common
Pleas and Orphans' Court, In Bloomsnurg, in tne
county of Columbia, on Ihe flrst Monday, being the
Sddayof September next, to continue two weeks.
Notice Is hereby given to the coroner, to tne jus
tices of tho Peace, and the Constables of tho said
of Columbia, that they be i then and mere In
their proper person at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon of
said sd day ot Sept., with their records, Inqui
sitions and other remembrances, to do those tblnga
which to their oracus appertain to bo done. And
those that aro bound by recoznlzance to prosecute
against the prisoners that are or may bo In tho Jail
ot tho said county of Columbia, to be then and there
o prosecute them as shall be Int. Jurors are re
quested to be punctual In their attendance, agreeably
to their notices. Dated at iiioomsourg tne tst aay
1 nf Aucust. In the vear of our Lord one
L. H. V thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven
yI and in the one hundred and first year ot
the Independence of the United States of America.
Shell ITS Office, JOHN. W. HOFFMAN,
Bloomsburg, Aug. s to Sheriff.
Orphans' Court Sale
By vlrtuo ot an order of tho Orphans' Court of Co
lumbia county, Ihe undersigned Administrator of
Wm. Hess, deceased, will expose to public sale ou the
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2T.tli,1877,
at ten o'clock, a. m.. the following described real cs
tato sltuato In the township of sugarloat, County ot
Columbia, bounded nnd described as follows: Pur
part No. 0, bounded on the north by lands of William
Stevens, on the cast by lands ot Marshall MUler and
otlier lands of the said William Hess, on tho south
by lands ot Elizabeth Miller, and on the west by
lands ot the saino, containing
and 74 perches.
And purpart No. 4, bounded ou the north by other
lands of said William Hess, being purpart No. 3, on
the cit by lands ot Marshal Miller, on tho south by
lands of Elizabeth Miller, au I 011 tho west by satd
purpart No. 3, containing
1 AUKKS AND 52 I'HRCIIEP.
Tho greater portion ot this Is well timbered.
Whereon It erected a saw mill In good condition with
OAershot wheel, double gearing an excellent water
TERMS OF SALE. Ten per cent, of one-fourth of
tho purchase money to Iw paid at Iho striking down
ot lh properly, tho one-fourth less tho ten per
cent, nt the conllrinatton of tho sale, and tho re
maining three fourths In ono jcar thcrcafler with
Interest Irorn confirmation nl si.
Possession will bo gUcn upon security for balance
of purchase money at any time after sale.
JLV Notlco Is hereby given to all legatees, 'credi
tors and other persons interested In the estates of
the rcsnectlve ducedent. nnd mlnnm t.hnr.t.hn fol
lowing administration and guardian accounts have
been llleil In the omce ot tho Register ot Columbia
county, and will be presented for confirmation and
uuuwuncu iu me urpnan-r uourr. 10 oe neitx in
Bloomsburg, on Monday, thesd day of Sept., 1871,
at 2 o'clock, p. in. on said day:
1. -no nrbr. ana nnai account or 1'eter swank, Ad
ministrator ot Joseph stokes, late ot Locust
Thenrstand nnal account of Joseph Kline, Ad
ministrator ot John c. KUne.late of Mount Pleas
ant towlishtp, deceased.
3. The first and partial account of narrlet n. Wea-
uer. met uinx 01 n. u. wusuer.iateox tne nor
ough ot Berwick, deceased.
. The account of I ram Derr, Administrator ot Pax-
ion mine, late 01 ureenwooa township, de
ceased. a. The Bnal account of Joseph II. and Thomas Ad-
uius. axecuiors 01 a uranam Aaams. late or un
arcreek township, deceased.
The account of Alfred Crevellng, Guardian of
Mary F. Trembly, (late Crevellng; a minor child
ot Ell Creveltng, late ot Scott township, de
ceased. , The second and nnal account of Ulram Pcaler,
Administrator ot Daniel l'ealer, Jr., late of Fish
lngcreek township, deceased.
8. The first account ot Jobhua Fetterman and Aaron
w. urover, Administrators or Michael a rover,
late of Bloomsburg, deceased.
9. Tho nrst and partial account ot Nathan P.. Creasy
ftnil Dnnlpl A. PrnAOV llltnlnl.fNtn n.tl.i.n.l
creasy, late ot Minna township, deceased.
10. The final supplemental account of Peter Ent, de-
.aru,iMa W.UUK UI IU1U 1 TUSieO Ol
Matthew McDowell, deceased. Wed by his Ad
ministrator, Oscar 1'. Enr,
11. The account ot Philip Faust, Administrator of
juur; r uusi, iuuj ui iunuiur lownsnip, aeceasea.
12. The acco-ntof Hiram J. Iteedcr, Executor ot
ueorge snick, late ot Catawlssa, deceased.
18. Tho nrst andllnal account of A. J. Albertson,
Aumimstraior or weiuver A, Kllne.lateot Green
wood township, deceased.
14. The third account of Wm. II. Yetter, Adminis
trator or iianiei 1 titer, late of Main township,
is. The account of C. W. MUler. Guardian of Man-
Mason, minor child ot ltohert Mason, late ot
le. TheDrstand final account of Wm. II. flhoema.
er, uuaraianot James L. itricheldelfer, minor
child ot Michael lielcheldelfer, late ot Blooms
17. The account of D. A. Watson, Executor Of WU-
uain uaruer, late ot Madison township, as nieu
bv his Administratrix, Mary A.Watson.
IS. The account of I) A. Watson, Executor of to-
tun uniuci, law oi .uuuibon lownsnip, aeceaseu,
as nied by his Administratrix, Mary A. Watson.
19. The flrst and final account of William u. John.
Aauiuusuawr or uauwanaaer Roberts, late ol
Montour township, deceased.
SO. Tho final accouat ofj. M. C. Rank, Executor of
joiin jiciuca, lato ot tcott township, deceased.
Ileirlsler's omce. 1 w. It. JAcnnv.
Bloomsburg, Aug. s, 1ST7. Register.
VT Thofollowlug appraisements ot real
personal iii-orH-rtvHct. anartto widousnf rim-wipnia
hate been Hied In tho office of the IteirlsUir nf inl.
umbta county, under the Rules of Court, and will be
presented lor ahkolutH omnnnatiou to the orphans
Cuurtlo be held In llloornsburg.ln and for said coun
ty, on Monday, tho 3d day of sept,, IS77, at .
o cioe. p. in., oi saia nay unless exceptions to such
continuation til e previously filed, of which all per
sons Interested In said estates will take notices
1. Widow of Isaac L. Cri der, late of Centre town-
s. Widow of Montgomery Cole, lato ot Suirailoaf
3. Widow oi I) A. Bowman, late of Minim townshln
t. Widow .of John Ent. late of Scott townshln. dp
ts. Widow of Jacob Clewell, late of Catawlssa lowu-
c. Widow ot John Bclshllne, late ot Benton town
7. Widow of lleury Fritz, late ot Suirarloaf tow
widow of Joseph c. Hess, lato ot Benton town
9. Widow of Edmund Crawford, late of Mount neis.
uui, wirjuuiii, ueee-aeu.
lo. widow ot Frederick Hlcr, late of Benton town
tf Widow of John O. Dlldlne, lato of Benton towa-
la. Widow of Philip D. Kreamer, late of Greenwood
13, Widow ot John Mclioell lite cf Scott townFhlp.
doeeased. r- r'
ltelter's onice. 1
W. IL JACOUY
Bloomsburg, Aug. 3. Ml I
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