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LACKAWANNA & BLOOMHUUIUI KAIL HOAJJ
7.99 A. M
. 10 I'. M.
4.49 P. M
li.M A. M
Express Train ,, ,
" " 6.66 P. M.
CATAWISSA HAIL ROAD,
Accommodation Train ...... ,2s A.M.
Regular Express .o p. M,
Through cars on Kxprosa,traln cither to New York
or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between
Catawlssa and Wllllamsport.
TO OUK DkBTORS.
It Is not at all pleasant to bo contanlly cat
ling on thoso who owe us, to pay up, but It !s
an absolute necessity. You have received no
tlco after notice to which you havo paid no at
tention whatever, and It therefore becomes our
duty to Infurm you that on the 1st of October many
of you will owe us for two years subscription, at
our ad vertlicd rate $2.60 a year when not paid
during the year, or 5.00. To all those wbo
pay up before October 1st we will make a de
duction of the extra half hollar, malting It S2.00
a year, but all that are not paid by that time
will be charged In full $2.60 a year. You can
save a dollar by paying now. To all those who
are in debt to us for advertising and job work
we say your bills mu.it be settled. Many of you
have walled six months and somo a full year
without paying a cent, and we can wait no
longer. Afier October 1st interest will bo
charged on all accounts over ninety days old, in
full after that time. There are n number of ac
counts that will be placed in a justice's hands
for collection if not settled of once.
Our reasonor this is that we have a large pay
ment to make on the Columbian office on the
1st of October and must therefore collect some
of the thousands of dollars standing on our
books. If wo do not meet our obligations when
they come due, we will be put to costs and trou
ble, and this we are not willing to do, when we
have on our books several times the amount
needed to pay all our debts.
TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
muBt be raised by the time mentioned, and if
this appeal does not bring it, we must try some
thing else for we must have money.
Every Democrat who desires to see the full
vote of his party polled this fall will do well to
remember that :
Thursday, Sept. 0, Is the last day for being
Not a moment is to be lost.
Not a name should be omitted from the reg
Promptness and thoroughness in this partic
ular now are essentials which will bring good
results, as well as avoid regrets in the future.
Northumberland county now wants an ad
ditional law judge.
Court begins next Monday. A capital time
to call at this office and pay up.
NEW GOODS in today at the BLOOMd
BURG 09 CENT STORE.
Flease read article headed "To our Debtors."
If the coat does not fit you, don't put it on.
For the bandsomes: bouquet we have seen, we
are indebted to Mrs. M. P. Lutz and Miss Belle
Many of our citizens went up to camp meet
ing at Conner's woods In Centre township last
Rev. T. F. Hoffmeicr late of Bloomsburg will
preach in the Reformed Church next Sunday
I One of our townsman captured a black bass
on Saturday last, measuring 17 inches in length
and weighing 21b 9 oz.
Professor P. J. Coffin who occupies the chair
of Mathematies in Lafayette College, spent a
few hours in town on Monday last.
Fine Potatoes. M, C. Sloin has raised
some of the largest and finest potatoes wo have
ever seen. They are of the Peerless stock.
Farmers It is to your interest to call at the
9D cent store when in town.
Babies are the institution and should be guar
ded from attacks of Colic, Flatulence, etc., by
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. Price 25 cents per bot
tle. Mrs. F, P. Kelly who was injured by tho
fall of a building in Lightstreet has nearly re
covered under the skillful caro of Dr. D. T.
As a delegate to the State Convention Miller
has no equal. True, he had no crcdentials,but
lie voted early and often, and always for the
Rev. W. W. Case, and wife of Hamilton
Square, N. J, visited his old friends in this
county last week. Ho looks as fresh and hear
ty aa he did seventeen years ago.
Wesley Bodine, who at last court walked
from tho Sheriffs premises pending sentence,
lias voluntarily returned, and is now an inmate
of the jail again. We do not know whether It
was his conscience or stomach that induced him
Esquire Murphy, of Centralis, reports that
business is inclined to look a little up in that
borough. Dr. Provost's colliery and the Hazel
Dell colliery aro working full time and there in
fair prospect of the Continental being started In
the near future.
Camping being In vogue Messrs. Horace Wal
ter, Joseph Bobbins, John K. Marshall, George
Scott and II. J. Clever spent some ten days at
the mouth of Roaringcreek chasing black bass,
and drinking in country air and spring water.
They enjoyed both.
The benfit of advertising was never better
Illustrated than the notice In a cotemporary
that "James Roberts has a fine patch of melons
and has presented us with fine samples." The
next day after the Issue of that paper Mr, Rob.
crts had no melons for Bale.
-"Brlc-a-Brao at the BLOOM8BUKQ NINE
TY and'NINE STORE.
A telegram from Canton, Pa. of the 29th Inst.
ays that "E. L. Davenport, the tragedian, Is
breathing his last. He has bidden adieu to his
family," If this be true it will be ad Intelll
.gence to many, for Jila friends were legion.
A disptd, dated Salt Lake City August 29th
announces the death of Brigham Young at 4
iP- ia. that day. Nothing but good should bo
, " ,ne but In this case that cannot be
ne. He has been a curse to tha nation for
1 aM a mre hardened old reprobate ney.
" " nnat punishment.
iV"g,bC8.,U1:.J,u"''r.the barn and
the No7.lT . . Bl rwIdlD8 ' fat of
w.i.au rrhl " z , yed by 0re on
r.BehulT,.lh"lh,0, 11 "'"'Sin
in. 7, mun op of grain
the properly It . ,?M ""T ,nirance on
I:!? "uvldentl, .truck br llht.
STUDENTS Furnish your rooms with
Brflckcts, Chromos, Shelves,and hundreds of ar
ticles to make your rooms pleasant at (he
BLOOMSBURCl 09 CENT STORE.
There will not be any Uniltd States court at
Wllllamsport in October, tho officials findlrg
that the appropriation will not be sufficient to
hold court there and go on with the regular
sessions In Pittsburg. The pases usually tried
In Wllllamsport will bo disposed of In Pitts
burg, The Republican Is urging tho appointment of
a Sealer of Weights and Measures. The ap
pointment would have to be made by the Gov
ernor. Ia'nt there a large sized African under
that wood-pile? The law already provides for
the punishment of any one using false weights
If the tax payers actually Intend to hold a
Convention, there should be a full delegation,
and represented by able anil thoughtful citizens.
If there are no wrongs to redress, It will add
strength and confidence to our county manage
ment to so declare ; If there are any, they should
be exposed and remedied.
Hixby of the Index, we enjoy his effusions
sometimes, but csn't he let up a little on that
squad of soldiers stationed at Plymouth? He
mav never have Been any before, and other ma
terial for locals we know Is scarce, but 21
Items In one Issue about "soldiers" are too
many, as a war correspondent. Joseph wouldn't
hurt you 1
Vesuvius (the world's great safety valve)
again threatens an eruption always uncontrol
lable by human effort. Eruptions of the phys
Icil system, as Boils, Pimples, etc., are Nature's
safety means to warn the suffeTer that his blood
needs entire purification most quickly and ef
fectually accomplished by using Dr. Bull's
A Novel Building Association Is about being
started at Mechanlcaburg. Itembracci a mem
bership of five persons, viz : A lumber dealer,
a brickmaker, a carpenter, a maon and a plas
terer, each individual member furnishing the
necessary material and mechanical labor for
tho erection of five houses, each taking a house
as a remuneration for his services.
We do not know whether it is true or not,
but the rumor reaches us that Nevln of the
Leader, in anticipation of becoming a Murphy
ite, resolved to test his powers of endurance by
abstaining from cigars and, well cider until
12 o'clock M. It Is said that during that fore
noon he was constantly singing.
"How tedious and tasteless the hours."
Mr. William Cadman and n young lady from
this place, while on their way to camp on Sun
day last, were thrown down the embankment
opposite tho residence of 8. Hazledine, by the
horse becoming frightened. The occupants
horse and carriage were securely entangled in
the fence, and but for the timely assistance of
others might have been seriously injured. The
young lady received slight injuries.
Under the laws of Pennsylvania.Ncw Jersey,
and Delaware the Beason for shooting reed birds
will open Sept. 1. The Delaware marshes are
a favorite locality. Number 9 shot is rccom
mended as being the best, although professlo'
nal gunners are very generally adopting tbo
breech loader, with cartridges. Rail are supe-
perior in flavor to reed birds, and are consid
ered to be In tho best condition early in OctO'
Benj. Reese, aged 10 years, son of Edward
W. Reese, was drowned at Nanticock Monday
at 2 o'clock p. m. He was fishing from the
comb of the dam and falling in was carried
over. Before he could bo reached by the boys
who were with him he had floated down into
deep water, where he sank arid was not found
until 7 o'clock last evening. Record of the
Henry W. Vanderslice administrator of J. II,
Vanderslice deceased will sell real estate in
Mt. Pleasant townshsp, on Saturday September
1st. Same day in Roaringcreek township
James Keiffer, committee of Daniel Gearheart
will sell real estate.
See advertisements in other columns.
The New Wino. The stone work on the
new wing of the Hospital for the Insane, at this
place, is already up to the third story and by
another month the structure will be ready to
receive the roof. This wing, when erected, com
pletes the stonework of the ABylum, and
when the interior is fitted up the Asylum will
be finished. The Hospital will then furnish
ample accommodations to from six to seven
hundred patients. Danville Intelligencer.
The piinting of the new work at the Court
House offices, was let by contracts on the 23rd
inst. Bids wero as follows :
Daniel Miller, $30.00.
H. C. Menagh, 23.75.
Eil. Searls, 25.50.
Wm. F. Bodine, 29.99.
John Dodson, 15.50.
Thomas Gorey, ?9.C5.
Wm. F. Rltter, 18.00.
John Dodson took the contract at his bid.
A new trial has been refused In the great
coal case of Prevost vs. Gorrell, tried in I'jtU'
burg. The action was brought for damages by
water to the colliery of Dr. Prevost, in Conyng'
ham township, said water running from the
mines of Gorrell, on the opposite side of the
ravine. Five weeks were occupied In t.'ie trial
of the cause, and the verdict of the jury was for
tho plaintiff for the sum of $123,808,01. The
jury who passed upon the facta seem to have
paid but little attention to them.
On Monday afternoon of this week Mrs. Sarah
. Dill, wife of Rev. II. G. Dill, of this place,
departed this life. Mrs. Dill has bean a suffer
er for many years, but rhe bore her pains and
troubles with Christian resignation, and has
gone where suffering is unknown. Deceased was
the mother of Senator A. H. Dill. Rev. Wm,
H. Dill, Edward Dill, Esq., M. Reese Dill.Esq.
and a daughter, who died some ten years since.
She was an earnest, consistent member of the
Methodist church, and was loved and respected
by all wbo knew her. JoumoJ.
The President's civil Bervice order got around
to Columbia county last week. Whan the Re
publican county convention met Colonel C. G.
Jackson and D. A. Beck ley, one of whom Is
post-master at Bloomsburg, resigned as dele
gates to the State Convention, and Frank blew,
art and M, M. Brobst were chosen. An eflort
was made to gel a resolution through splint
ing delegates for next year, but this did not
succeed, doubtless because there is not now a
very cheerful prospect that there will be much
use for delegates next year. i'Aua. Timet.
The Normal School opened last Monday with
the most encouraging prospects. Ihero areu
to this time about sixty boarders, and more are
on the books who have not yet arrived. Tli
attendance of day scholars Is also large.
number of young ladles residing In town who
have been away at boarding schools for the past
year or two, have concluded that our home
school aCords advantages that are not excelled
by anyother establishment, and will remain
here to complete their stud Its.
We have given some account of the mem
bers of the new Faculty, in a former Issue,
They are all here, and each one seems specially
adapted to the twork assigned. The future
the school appear brighter than Tsr before.
THE COLUMBIAN AND
The Law op Vagrancy. The law renulres
all persons going from door to door, or placing
themselves In streets, highways or other roads
to beg or gather alms, and all persons wander
ing abroad and begging, who have no fixed"
place of resilience In the township, ward or bo-
ugh, to be arrested as vagrant, by the consta
ble or other officer of the peace, upon notice to
him by any Inhabitants of the township, or In
his own view It also provides for a commit
ment of such vagrants for not less than thlrtv
days, nor more than six months with liability
to labor under orders of the directors of the
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July 27 lm.
Died It is with sincere regret that wo an-
nounce, this week, the demise of Wm. Yorks,
Jvq, which occurreil at his late residence In
Coop;r township, this county, on Tuesday even
ing last. Mr. Yorks was well and f.ivorably
known throughout this and the adjoining coun
ties as a man of sterling worth. He was a gen
tleman of genial manners, of sound judgment
strict probity, and thoso qualities which mark
the useful citizen. Besides, he was a man of
tender Iceilngs, which were best shown in tho
family circle in the devoted husband aud affec
Mr. Yorks at ono lime served a term as one
of the Commissioners of the count and in that
position acquitted himself of his duties in a
very creditable manner. He also long held the
position of Justice of the Peace. At the time
of his death ho held tho position of Vice Prcsi
dent of the Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
of Middle Pennsylvania, in which office he had
served for several years. Peace to his ashes.
Other men could have been better spared.
OUR COUNTY'S CREDIT,
The credit of Columbia county never was
questioned, and we gladly publish the follow
ing from cotemporaries, adding that our counly
at present is out of debt.
Low Rates of Interest. We have been
informed that the bomb issued by the Colum
bia County Commissioners to the amount of
50,000 for the nw county jail, pavablc in cou
pon bonds, numbering from one to six years,
are being rapidly taken at 4 per cent, interest.
This not only proves a plethora of money, but
n addition the confidence felt by the investors
n the ability of that county to meet its obliga
The Commissioners of Columbia county pro
pose to borrow $50,000, for which Ihey ofler
bonds of the county bearing 4 per centum in
terest and having 10 years to run. If Colum
bia county can borrow nt 4 per cent. Lycoming
county should be able to refund her debt at a
rate somewhere near that figure. Luminary.
A Subject fob Blaine. An outrage has
been committed on two of our "American citi
zens of African descent," in violation of the
XVtli amendment, perhaps, to which Radical
organs should call the attention of Blaine, Sher
man and Morton. A camp-meeting has just
been held at Headly's Grove, in Huntingdon
Township. Two white men, Harris, the auc
tioneer, and Fred Widmeyer of this place, had
a stand there, for melons, ice cream, and other
doctor-in-all purposes. But Bob Stewart and
Brewer, being also religiously inclined had set
up a barber Bhop on the grounds for the accom
modation of the ministers. Now It bo hap
pened that Widmeyer had a load of goods to
convey from hero to camp, and Harris was to
walk. He learned, however, that Bob Stewart
was going to the same destination, and that
Brewer was going along, and they were to
'ride and tie." He proposed to make a third
partner in the arrangement, which proposition
was agreed to. Stewart rode as far as Bucka
lew's when Harris claimed his turn, and mount
ed. After trudging a mile or two Brewer be
came anxious to rule, but he didn't see the horse.
Could Harris have lost the road ? They did not
solve the question until they reached Headly's
Grove, tho following day, foot-sore, hungry, dus
ty and mad I There they found the horse and
Harris. Scriptual texts did tliem no good af
rilE DUTIES AND ltlQUTS OP ASSOCIATE
A late number of tho Itgal Intelligencer con
tains the opinion of the Supremo Court as to
the rights of President and Associate Judges
which will prove of considerable interest to
many of our readers, In the case of the Glam
organ Iron Company vs. Joseph Snyder, error
to the Court of Common Pleas of Mlfllin coun
ty, Justico Woodward in delivering the opin
ion of the Supreme Court on the 11th of June
last, said :
"For many purposes the associate judges of
the several counties of the Commonwealth have
formed a most useful class of public officers. In
the absence of president judges their services
have been almost indispensable where formal
judicial action in vacation has been required in
the current practice of the courts. Wherever
two or more counties have constituted a district,
their local knowledge has been found lo be an
essential aid in adjusting questions relating to
the value ol property, to appointment of minor
officers, to ball, and to the selection of viewers,
appraisers and inquests in the Orphan's Court
and Quarter Sessions. In the minor details of
the business of the Common Pleas also, presi
dent judges have been able to rely safely on
their judgment, integrity and business exper
ience. But In the conduct of jury trials they
have usually not sought to interfere, and
usually their interference has not been invited.
The purely legal business of a court of original
jurisdiction must be Bubject to the control of a
single judge, If efficiency, promptitude ami of
Ccial responsibility are worth maintaining. If
the deliberately formed purpose of a president
judge may be thwarted and overtumed by ac
tion on the part of his associates, which must
necessarily be illconsldercd, and may often be
prejudiced, rules of law will be subordinated to
individual caprice. The president is the con
stitutional head of the court, under responsibili
ties to the community, which a court of icvlew
can always enforce, and hedged around by du
ties and obligations, for the performance of
which no other guaranty is needed than his re
gard for his own professional reputation. The
fact that in Pennsylvania thero has been no fail
ure in the due discharge of those duties and
obligations, is adequate proof that the exercise
of supervisory and appellate jurisdiction by as
sociate judges is, to elate the conclusion in the
mildest form, entirely superfluous."
We propose borrowing $50,000,to pny for tho
New County Jail, in sums of from $8,000 to
$10,000, monthly as needed. Payablo in cou
pon Bonds, running from ono to six years.
58,000, to be paid euch year. Bonds to bo of
not less than $100. Thoso desiring to take
loans should inform us of tho amount of Bonds
they want and when tho money will bo ready.
Wo will want somo on tho first of September
nnd of each following month, until the wholo
loan is completed.
Wo do not feel warranted to offer more than
four per cent. Interest. The first loan will bo for
six years. By order of
SILAS W. MCHENRY,
JOHN 1IEUNER, Corn's.
J, E. SANDS, )
Commlsaloncrs' omce.Dlooaubunr, ra-.AUf. 15,11.
, tug.lMW Attest I WM.lUUCKBAUM,Cik.
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBTgRCr, COLUMBIA COUNTY,
HOW THEY CAM R TO MS to, AMI) ALL
The 25th of July marks Hie commencement
of tlio dog days, when Siriu,or llio uVur slur,
is supposed to control llio elements for n pe
riod of forty days, until tho 5th of Septem
ber. We give tho American computation of
tho epoch '. The English almanacs set it
down as commencing on tho 3d of July and
continuing till tho 11th of August. Tho
natna of this season is derived, as is well
known, from Egyptian astronomers, who gavo
it tho namo of dog days because Siriui or tho
dog star then rose with tho sun, and their
united influenco was tho occasion of tho ex
trcmo heat and tho disease incidental to thoso
days. Tho ancient dog days wero forty iu
number, twenty beforo and twenty after tho
rising of tho star, and thoy commenced on tho
4lh of August and extend to tho 14th of
September. It is therefore easily understood
that modem dog days havo no no reference to
tho rising of Sirus or any other star, as it was
by uicro accident that tho rising of Sirus co
incided with tho hottest season of tho year in
tho times and countries of ancient astrono
mers. Tho time of its rising dopends upon
tho latitudo of the locality where it is observ
ed, and is later every year in all latitudes on
account of the procession of tho equinoxes.
In time this star will rise in tho dead of win
ter. Tho univcrral uso of tho tcrut "dog
days" is a noticeable illustration of the perti
nacity with which a word is adhered too long
after its original significance is entirely lost.
Dog days to the superstitious ancients mark
ed a season of burning heat, blighting drought
and desolating pestilence, ignorantly associa
ted with tho heliacal rising of tho brightest
star in tho heavens, whose malign influenco
could only bo propitiated by gtfts aud sacri
fices. Dog days to modern nationj simply in
dicate a period, liko the one to bo anticipated
for a month to come, when, as general fea
tures, fog and moisture aro abundant and,
combining with midsummer heat and a life
less and enervating condition of tho atmos
phere, produco a season of general uncomfort
ablencss. Fortunately for human enduranco
there aro intervals in which bright days in
tervene, for in tho physical world no line and
plummet mark out a succession of days in
which each shall bo a repetition of tho others.
John Hall, a colored man, living at Rob
nrtsport, Liberia, has written to his son Geo.
at Pottstown, Pa., of whom lie had not
heard for twenty years, tho family having
been sold apart. The father Is engaged in
coffee-raising and ha a gruve planted for
each of his sons, whom bo wished to join
him in "their natural country 1" He writes
that to emigrants from this country who
moan to stay,tho American Colonization So
ciety will furnish a free passage, six month's
provisions, a town lot, and five or six acres
ofland when they arrive at Monrovia.
Fish at Cost for cash at Silas Young's
Store, Light btreet. Aug 24-Uw
$1.25 Foxed Gaiter0 at McKinney's.
Canton Flannel at 8 cents a yard and up,
ward at Clark & Wolf's.
Cocheco and all other best makes of Call
coca 7 cents a yard at Lutz & Sloan's.
Job lot of bleached Damask Towels at 00
cents ner nair and other trades with a new
lot of Turkey Red and White Table Linens
at Ulark .-i Wolfs.
Cheapest placo for Groceries iu town is at
Produce taken in exchange for School
liooks at U. A. Clark's.
New lot of cheap Grosgrain Ribbons and
-New SUlc liows at Ulare & woirs.
New stock Domestic Paper Fashions ex
pected at I. W. Hartman's. Send for a cat,
Ladies' fine Shoes, all widths and sizes
at Mclunuey s.
Buy your Writing Paper at G. A. Clark's.
Ladies' Thread Silk Barbes in plain black
and embossed ; tho prettiest out at Clark &
75 cents a yard for good all wool black
Cashmere 40 inches wide, at i.uu x eioan s,
See This. Tin Cans cheaper than ever.
Rollins & Holmes will not be undersold.
They are now offering one dozen quart cans
at 75 cents. Now is the time to make your
Best and largest Silk Handkerchief for
at) ceuts. uo to Ulart v won s.
"Down to Hard Pan" Boots and Shoes at
Wanted. Two girls to learn the tailor
ing trade. Wm. Y. Kester. Apr.27tf
New Ladies' Collars aud Cuffs.Ruches aud
Lace Collars in great variety at Clark &
Buy your School Slates at G. A. Clark's,
New Calicoes in tho latest styles, just re
ceived at Clark Wolfs.
Mason's original Fruit Jars, only $1.40 a
dozen at Creasy's.
Produce taken in exchange for School
Books at U. A, uarrs.
New line of Ball Fringes, with cmbroi
dered headings at Clark & Wolfs.
Look at the cheap Towels at I. W. Hart,
The price of furniture is way down to
rock bottom. You can buy a very pretty
Walnut Chamber Set for fifty dollars, and
an elegant set lor seventy-live dollars at laa
New lot of Muslins and Ginghams at Clark
The Celebrated Iloosao Bearded Wheat
from Northern Iowa to arrive Sept, l,lb77
i AXTON 11 A11M AN ,
Aug. 17-4w Rupert, Pa,
Lasting Gaiters, $1.00 at McKinoeys.
Fine Molasses only CO cents a gallon at
A. creasy s.
A laree line ot Notions lust bought at low
est prices. For cash or produco at Clark &
Brown and slate Alpacas at Lutz & Sloan',
for Is cents a yam,
School Books at I. W, Hartman's for
country produce at lowest cash prices.
Buy your writing Paper at Q, A.. Clark's,
Don't pass L. Bernhardt Jnwtlry Store
without stODnliii' to look in his window. It
contains au elegant rssorlment of Jewelry
and Silverware. Watches ond clocks re
paired and all kinds of work In his line done
neatly aim cueapiy.
Buy your School Slates at G, A. Clark's.
n A. Cressv has lust onened a fine as,
sortment ot New Dry Goods aud Gioceries
Hand-inade Shoes at McKinney's.
Ladles' and Children's Shoes at I, W
For the latest styles of every kind of
Goods Go and Bee Cluk & Wolfs Store,
G. A. Clark will sell Parker . W.t.nn'.
national Headers at the following prices du
! . L-.ll -i mi....? '
u 4 mi, iuuini run uuu winter i
Montelth's Geographies at the following
Montelth's 1st Georaphy 2S cents.
.Montelth's 2nd Geography 41 cents,
-Montelth's ,'Jrd Oeogrnphy 83 rents.
.Montelth's 4th Geography $1,40.
The llnckfnrd Wntrh. llm 1,f.f Amnrti,an
time keener lnado lor tho tirlc-p. run tmtv l,n
uau ni ijouis uernnaru s Jewelry store.
Lnriro rockinir chairs for unrnlio nm nil
the race. Cadman has them nf all slump
nnd sizes and colors, and is srlllnp tlmm ran.
Idly. Those formerly sold at six dollars can
now ue bougbt lor $4.50. uhcaper than any
other placo at Cadman's.
DOBBIN'S ELECTRIC SOAP.
Having obtained the agency of this
for Illnomsburg and vicinity, I append tho
opinion of some of our best people as to its
"I have Used Dohllln'u I'.lpclrir- Knonnmiln
.by I. L. Crsein & Co.. Philadclnhla. Pa.
for washing about ten years, nnd think it
superior to any otber. Mrs. U( U, llarkley."
"Wo have used Dobbin Electric Sosn and 1 1110 purchase money to bo paid at tlio striking down tors and other persons interest in tho estates or
fi.t If ...!. . Y , . .t tricoospanu ...,,.-... t)ioonMourthlMsthnt.niJ?rft " respective decedents and minors, that the ful
find it superior to any other or all o ier " 11115 vnprny, uio one-rounu less tuo ten percent. 0Wta,,idlnIll,tnll,(,n and Euardian accounts Hate
.Mrs. w. II. Jncoby,
Mrs. 1J. II. Stohner.
I drsiro all my friends nnd customers to I
Give ltit Soap one trial,
so that they may know just how good the I
uesi soap in tuo uniteu states is.
J. H. Maize,
July 20, '77-8w Bloomsburg, Pa.
Lucky is the babv whoso mamma uses
ni . O..Il C .-!.!. ...l.I.t. a I. I
rk i ' T1 v V i i i lowas"
'""-'" in.iijr ujriu, ur i
v., . """"J ""J iiimm, tuwtio ivuu
which mis cooling anil ptirnying nntiscor-
butio comes iu daily contact. Sold by nil
I1111M Hair & Whisker Dye. black- or
An oriental traveller describes this busy
scene.witnesaed on historic shores : "Our steamer
landed on a beach which was the port of An-
tioch, where the disciples were first called
Christians. Thero was no town at the water's
edge, no people, no wharf. ' The passengers and
the merchandise were put ashore in lichters.
which ran up into the sand. A troop of cam
els, witli their drivers, lay on the beacn, ready
to transfer the goods into tiie interior. Among
tho article landed were boxes marked 'Dr. .1.
Ayer & Co. Lowell, Mass., U. S. A.,' show
!,,,. il.oi il.oi. nnni.itna.1 u.1Ia:oJ ..i,
iltvy i;.IIIie. 1 llt;.-C IVIIII Ullier gUUUS Were I101S- I
ed on the backs of camel-, for transportation lo
. ,. . ,,,, - . :.. . I
.v.. .i.,.. ...11 ..... o-i.il ui mi. nm ':"u''' description and aU mines which now aro or hcreaf
back its remedies to heal the maladies of popu- ter may bo operated, together with free mireis and
lations that Inhabit thoso caslera shores,whenco
sniritual manna came." Windnor (VI I
Aug. 3 lm.
Coal! Coal!! Coal!!!
We are now oflerinc: all sizes of
tlio celebrated busquehanna Coal
Lo a., coal, at the lowest cash pri
Coal screened before leaving our
vnrds nnd full woirdir. tmnrnntppd.
- - - - - - .
Urders left at 1. W. McKelvy's
m . 1 r ill II
otore, at our oiiice, or sent tnrouen
the mails will receive prompt at
Your patronage is respectfully
C. W. Neal & Bro.
May 1, 1877.
Elegant Hair is woman's crowning beauty
when it"faden, she fades as well, While it is kept
bright her personal attractions are still maintain
ed. By preserving the hair fresh and vigorous a
youthful appearance is continued through many
years. Those who grieve over their fading
hair turning gray too early should know that
Aycr's Hair Vigor prevents it, nnd restores
gray or faded hair to its natural color. It is a
clear and healthful preparation, containing
neither oil, dye, nor anything deleterious, and
imparts to the scalp what is most needed a
sense of pleasant anil delightful freedom from
scurf or dandrufl'. iW Ilerne (. C.) Times,
MURDER WILL OUT.
A few years ago "August Flower" was dis
covered to bo a certain euro l'or Dyspepsia and
Liver complaint, a few thin dvsncntics made
tiowii to their inends how easily and quickly
mey uau uccii uiraujui umi, -iuu great
merits oi ureen a August p lower became ncr-
niucu iiiroiign tuo country uy ono suuerer to
another, until, without advertising, Its sale
has become immense. Drinrcists in KVEKY
1UIV.1 lii tlio t'nitcu otatesure selling it.
.No lier.sou sutterlng with sour .stomach, sick
headache, costiveiiess. nalnitation of tho
UCUrt. IUllIi;eMlUII. IUW M'irils. CIC. CilU lUKO
threo dotes without roller. Uo to .Mover
Rrrw.. nni! pet .-llmttln for 7.1 wnts nnd trv it.
camjilo bottles iu cents. April zo, ,,-ly
It Has Stood I lie Test.
If vou doubt the wonderful success of Shiloh's
Consumption Cure, give it a trial : then if vou
aro not perfectly satisfied, return the bottlo and
wo will refund the price pnid. It has establish
ed tho fact that Consumption can be cured,
while for coughs, nstlimu, hoarseness, whoop
ing cough, and all lung or throat troubles,thcro
is nothing Iiku it lor u quick una positive cum,
aim ii fiuiuum mus. ju coins, ou coins anu i
)cr bottle. If your lungs are sore, or chest or
jack lame, uso ismloh's forous rlastcr price
15 cents, sold uy U. A. Kleimand N. J. Hen
Dr. Shiloh's System Vitalizer is uo doubt tho
most successful cure for Dyspepsia nnd Liver
Complaint wo havo ever known, otherwise wo
could not guarantee it. In cases of consumption
where general debility, loss of upnetito nnd
constipation exist, it Vi ill restoro anil regulate
tlio system wnuo bhilou's cure allays tho in-
lamination and heals the lungs, t'rico 70 cts.
sold byC. A, Kleim and X.J. Ilcndershott.
IIackmktack. a ricli and frncrant ncrfumc.
sold uy u. a. ivieim ami J. iienucrshott.
April 0, '7 7-1 y )
Wheat per bushel.,
Corn, new, " .,
Oats, " " ..
Flour per barrel ..
sides Shoulders lo
mm per pouna it
Hay per ton is.t
Beeswax , 2s
TtmoUiySeod ,. t.M
No. i on Wliarf t s,!j per Ton
VLiuiAiiuna rvit cual.
... . a,,,....., ,,, ,, 9 O.lHI
No. ' " ;, t s.oo
Ulocksmlth's I.utup on Wharfs.......... t S.23
" Bituminous " ........ H on
OOLDER DOLLMAN. At tho Methodist parson.
age In Oragevllle on the SHt Inst , by II, s, Menden.
hall, Mr. W.I). Colder to Miss Elizabeth Dollman,
both of Eyers Grote.
EYKR-TAYLOH, At tho sarao tlmo and placo by
tho samo. Mr. Wm. II. Eyer to Miss Anna M, Ta)lor,
uuiuui &jrnt move
llKIiltlMI Iu Mt, Fleasant on tho Slst lnsu, Flora
Anna, daughter of Franklin and Itibecca lleriing,
iLgou i year, monuis una is aays.
OMAN, In Orange township on the WJ Inst,, Mr. I
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
In pursuance ot un order of tho (irphsn I ouit ot
Columbia county, the undersigned will sell at publlo
dale on the premises on
SATURDAY, BEPTEMIIER 1, 1877,
nt two o'clock In tho afternoon, the following de
scribed real estate, to-wlt 1 All that
3? .A. DR. 3VI
or certain tract of land situate In IU Pleasant town
ship, Columbia county, Pennsylvania, bounded on
the north by land of John Wantcu, sr., on I ho west
by lands ot Hobcrt Knsscl, and Thomas Slate Co., on
tho south by lands of I). It. Applcman and on the
east by land ot Heirs or Daniel Vanderslice, deceas
ed, Wilson Wanlch nnd T. J. Vanderslice, containing
and bclnj tuo property of John II. Vanderslice, de-
ceased, and on wblch Is ercctcj a
SKTowtwo story Dwelling House,
Largo Hank Ham, together with all the necessary
out-bulldlngs, also a Small TknantIIousr, with Out
buildings. Thero aro also Two Wells of Water, one
at the house and tho other at tho barn. There Is
also upon tho premises a
Cuotl Young Applo Orcliiiril
ot about six acres. Thero Is also a good water-power
upon tho premises. 1 ho greater part of tho farm
Is situation tho flat along MtUo Flstilngcrcek, and
n nrst-class quality of land for agricultural purpov
es, situate abouttwo miles from tho Town of 11 looms-
burr, tho t!ountv seat of cninmhtarniintir.
TEUM9 OF SALE. Ten per cent ot one-fourth of
ai connrmaiionausoiuie, anu mo remaining uirec-
fourths in one year thercatter, with lnteri'St from
HKNllY W. VANDEUSI.inn.
aug, lo, 'il-ta Administrator.
- In pursuance of on order issued out ot the Court
of common Picas of Columbia county, tho under.
signed Commltteo of tho person and estate of Da
iellearhart,aluna'lcof ltoartmjcrcek township In
said county, will expose to public sale on the prera-
SATURDAY, SKI'TEMBEB 1, 18;
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, a certain
JT-flAI'T OT LlU,
situate In ltoarlngcrcek township. County ot Colum
ONE HUNDRED ACRES
more or lless, bounded by lands of.Frankltn Yocum,
Cox's heirs, ;Petr (learhart and Frederick Doty,
whereon Is erected two
Good Dwelling House,
a Bank Barn and other out-bulldlDgs.
ALSO, all t hat certain tract, township and county
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES,
more or less, bounded by hinds ot Christian ShulU
survey, Mary Bader's survey, lands ot William and
, ... .......
lmjuu lotuui, uuu milium itiiiuiioiincj uiiuuiu-
oiv duujviv iu ,uv iuuun ,u vAMimujia mm 119 I
e'lons. All coal of a mineral or fossil character, 15.
all Iron ore, and all otter minerals ot all and every
csress to and for Charles S. Uoe, his heirs and os-
ALSO, another piece or parcel ot land, situate In
township and county aforesaid, contalngsn ACHES
and 15 perchcs.boundcdbylandsotrranklln ocum,
J. Y. rfahler. and other lands of the said Gearhart.
The above will bo sold as a wholo or In lots dcsrlu-
cd soxstosult purcliiseis.
Terms of Sile. Ten per. cent ot one-fourth of the
purchase money to bo paid at tho striking down of
tho property, tho ono-tourth less tho ten per cent, at
connrmatlon absolute, and tho remaining three-
fourths In one year thereafter with Interest from
aug. TT-U committee.
It r ci 1 in t nnrr
dlirOl'S 101" &epi. TCl'm, 10 ii.
Beaver Abram Rice.
Benton John Karns, Jr.
Bloom Joshua Fettcrman, I. K. Miller, A. Noble.
Citawissa Wm. T. Creasy, C, R. Punston, William
John, Charles Wanlch.
Franklin William llowcll, Martin Wlntersteen.
Hemlock Everhort Bergcr, John Ilartman. Jacob
Martz, Samuel Ohl.
Jackson N, O. Kile.
Madison Solomon Barnhard, A. J, C rr.
Mlfllin Thomas Aten.
Montour Lewis Roth.
Roaringcreek Joseph Craig, William llhoads.
b'cott-F. 1'. Killy.
Beaver Oe rgo P. Dreisbuch, Edmund Schell, John
Smith, Oaret VanBUragura.
Benton Dcnnlson Cole.
Brwlck-rrank S. Hunt, William M. Stephens, D.
Bloom-t'harIe3R. nousel, 8. II. Jacoby.
Brlarcreek Charles Reed.
Catawlssa n. M. Tewksberry.
Centre Thomas Brobst, Ezra Hill, Allen ShelUiam-
PlsmnscrPek-Wllllam Blshllno, Aaron Hess,
Conyngham Henry Moser.
I yi anklln Jacob Artly, T, M, Men3Ch,
Greeuwood-JIarlon Kline, Nicholas Kindt, Arch!
Hemlock-William Appleman, William Leidy, w. 31
Jackson-septlmus Hess, Ezra Stephens, William
IKust-Petcr Swank, Isnlah Yeager.
I ma-nava i-ituauiu. rt.ic.
Mt. Pleasant William E. Johnson, William Oman,
Oeorgo W. Ruckle.
Orango lohn Cadman, Henry DeLong.
tne- John r. Fowler.
Scott .loseph Ileckman, Wllllts Ilartman, Thomas
Merrill, Jesse Merrill, C. O, Trench.
sugarloat James F. Kile, John Lewis, Allen White,
Beaver -Pav Id Bredbenner, jr., Henry Hlnderllter,
Charles Michael, stepxen MlcbocL
Berwick William J. Knorr.
Bloom John Rlnscr.
Brlarcreek James S. Sponenberger.
Catawlssa John Gelger, Ceorgo Manhart, W.
Flslilngcreek Lewis Crevellng.
Franklin Thomas Cherrlngton, I, N, TeltsHorth
Oreenwood-Jscoti Oerrard, Elijah Lemon, Joseph
Redllne, sr., John 11. Shultz,
Jackson Zephenlah Butt, Frank Trlpleplece.
Locust-lllram V. Honer, Henry II. llhoads, May.
Mudlson-James Dlldlne, C. M. Dodson, Albert Olr-
ton, Wm. 8. Smith.
Mlfllin J, J, l'.nmn, Jacob Orover.
Montour William Beers, A. O. Stonger.
Scott E. II. Pursell, Thomas Rutledge, N, ltlchart.
A DMINISTRATOII'S KOTICE."
t. istitk ok osa Evxairrr, bec'd.
letters of Adtiitnlstratlnn on thn pklntAf fnupa
nvereu, laio in urange lownsuip, Columbia coun
ty, have been granted by'Jie Register ot sstdcoun-
iy 10 ine unaersiguea Administrators of Orange
luwn&nip. au persons Having Claims acalnstlho
said estate are reouested to uresenl them for wttm.
luent, and thoso udtbled to make payment without
1111,111 1, I'l IU1,
THOMAS V. KVKIIKTT.
suj, 10, 77-Cw Administrators.
SI Bryant &Stratton l
jibp irievrapnio inslllMIe,
108 S. Tenth 8t., Philadelphia, Pa.
Invreaud f&cihtlcs. TelftKratiliio l,wpt. m ohftrco
oi llm umii- ana AfM-lnruv of longu
TIlljll cmlcilti, till or tend for ficeBi
JLJldluMrlwlrirfuUr .1 K Son y.Prt. i j
I.,, a. jvevi" " Iv. tori
full pirtioutATi. ctll or tend for frceE
lllu.trati.,1 nrruttr J. K Korir.Prt. I
aug, 21, T7 6m
Hen'letta Fuhnnger by )
l'leas of Columbia coun-
nrr miner una nel
i. suo. reoruary Term
1SI7. Alias bubjHcna In
Tho alias sutimena
alipccna In the above cas hav.
lotr Ih') returned non
iCd nan ist Invent us. you. the mid
Dennis Fahrliurer aro requested tu appear at the
.. . JUlin W, HOFFMAN,
aug.H, inw sheriff.
BSTATK OC VUHJr II. IKXiUEK. PEC'I).
letters Of ndnilnlllratlnn. nn ilinit.fanr vhiii,.
II Kreuiner. lute n llm uood tup, ndumbla cu
j i, i. i. ui-ru pmuiru u.v ine negiMer or l o
luinbla county, lo Alessndtr Kream(r,oluuieioii
ship, to b(in all rersons indeMw! ure rdiui-s'ed
to make Immediate pa; mint aud thute having clulian
or demands uiralni.t fLn Hum cMtaiM uin inui. n...n.
known to tho vnteidicd AdnslnlstraUir without
. . .... ALEXANDER KREAMER.
July 7,T7-w Administrator.
"VXrnEIUlAF, the Hon. Wili.Uw Fiwrit.
rrcsldent Jurtgo ot tho Court efliyrr anil
Terminer nnd (Icncral Jail Delivery, 1'uurt ot Quar
ter Sessions of tho Pence and tho Court of common
rieasand orphans' Court In the Soth Judicial Dis
trict, composed of the counties of Columbia and
Montour, and tho lions. I. K. Krlckbaum and P. I.
Hhuman.Assoclate Judges ot Columbia county, havo
Issued their precept, bearing date the lltli day ot
.Mar, In the year of our hurd ono thousand eight
hundred and seveaty-scven, and to me directed for
holding n Court of Oyer and Terminer and (Icncral
(quarter Sessions of the Peace, Court ot Common
l'leas and Orphans Court, In llloomsburg. In the
county of Columbia, on tho first Monday, being tho
id day of September next, to contlnuo twoweoks.
Notice Is hereby given to the Coroner, to uio Jus
tices of tho Peace, and tho constablos of tho said
county of Columbia, that thoy bo then and there In
their proper person at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of
said sd day ot Sept., with their records, Inqui
sitions and other remembrances, to do those things
wnicnto tueir omces appertain 10 do aonc. Ana
those that aro bound by recognizance to prosecute
against tho prisoners that aro or may bo la the Jal
ot tho sold county ot Columbia, to bo then and thero
oprosccuto them as shall bo Juit. Jurors aro ro
quested to be punctual In their attendance, agreeably
to their notices. Dated at Bloomsburg tho 1st day
of August, In the year of our Lord one
Us, .thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven
' r J and in tlio one hundred and flrstjear of
tho Independence of tho United states of America.
Sheriffs Ortlce, JOHN. W. HOFFMAN,
Bloomsburg, Aug. 3 to Sheriff.
Notice Is hereby given to all legatoes, credl-
lonluL-administration unil guardLw accounts hale
been filed In the olllCB of tho Iteglster of Columbia
county, and will bo presented for connnnatlon and
allowanco In tho urpbaus' Court to bo held In
llloomsburg, on Monday, the 8d day ot bepu, lSlf ,
at V o'clock, p. m. on Bald day:
1. The nrst and llnal account ot Peter swank. Ad
ministrator ct Joseph Mokes, late or Locust
2. The nrst and final account ot Joserh Kline, Ad-
mlnlstrator of John C. Kllno.late ot Mount l'leas-
ant township, deceased.
8. Tlionrstand partial account of Ilairlet II. Wes-
iier, jiecuiri 01 r. u. nesuer,uueoi me nor
ougn of Berwick, deceased.
The account of Iram Derr, Administrator of Pax-
ion mine, law or ureenwoou lownsuip, oe
ceased. The anal account ot Joseph II. and Thomas Ad
ams, r-xecmunj ui a uruuum Auams. laie 01 uri
arcreek township, deceased.
t. Tlio account ot Alfred Crcvellng, Guardian of
Alary r. 1 rummy, iiam iroenng; a minor emia
ot Ul crcvellng, lato ot Scott township, de
ceased. Tho second nnd final account ot Hiram realer,
Auuunisiraujr 01 uauiei 1 eiuer, jr., law 01 cisu
Ingcreek township, deceased.
Thollrst account of Joshua Fettcrman and Aaron
w. orover. Administrators of Michael orover,
lato of Bloomsburg, deceased.
0. The first and partial account of Nathan 11. Creasy
nnu uamei a. c reasy, Aumiuisiraiors 01 samuei
Creasy, lato ot Mtfilln township, deceased.
10. Tho llnal supplemental account of Peter Ent, de-
ceasea, law ;ucuni .uxecuior 01 anu Trustee 01
.Maunew Mcuoweu, aecesseu, uiea uy ms Ad
ministrator, Oscar 1. Ent.
II. Tlio account ot Philip Faust, Administrator ot
Aiury r uu&i, iiuc ui iuunujur luwnsuip, aeccoscu.
12. Tho account of Hiram J. Heedcr, Executor of
ueoree cmcx, iaie 01 uaiawissa, aeceaseu.
".3. Tho nrst and llnal account of A, J. Albcrtson,
Auminisiruiurui 11 turner a, inoe,iaieui urecn-
wooa lowusmp, ueceaseo.
14. The third account of Win. II. Yetter. Admlnls
trator ot Daniel yetter. late of ilaui township.
Mason, minor child ot Robert Mason, lato ot
Tho first and final account of Wm. II. Shoema
ker, uuardlau of Jamea L. Rclcheldclfer, minor
child of Michael Kelclieldellcr, Uto ot Llooms
Tho account of I). A. Watson, Executor ot Wil
liam Barber, Uto of Madison township, as tiled
by his Administratrix, Mary A, Watson.
I uc tawuut ui i. .uiuvi. itunui.m ui .mtij
19. The account ot D A. Watson, Executor of Ea
rner uaroer, law or Jiaaisontownsmp, aeceaseu,
as tiled by his Administratrix, Mary A. Watson.
19. The tlrst and final account of William U. John.
Administrator or uautvaiiaaer l.ooens, iaie or
Montour townsdto. deceased.
Si). Tho final account of J. M.u. Rank, Executor ot
John AieiucK, lato ot bcott township, deceased.
Register's onice. ) W. 11. JACOBY.
Bloomsburg, Aug. s, is"7.; Register.
Tho following appraisements ot real and
personal property set apart to widows ot decedents
havo been nied In the office of tho lteclstcr of Col
li nbla county, under tho Rules of court, and will bo
Eresentca ror ansoiuio connnnaiion 10 mo urnnons
ourtto be held In Bloomsburg,ln and for said coun
ty, on Monday, the Sd day of Sept., Is77, at 2
o'clock p. in., el said day unless exceptions to such
connrmauon are prewousiy men. oi wuicn wi per
sons Interested In said estates will take notice:
1. Widow of Isaac L. Cryder, lato of centro town
2. Widow of Montgomery Cole, lato of Sugarloat
3. Widow oil) A. Bowman, lato of Mtniln township
4. Widow of John Ent, lato of Scott township, ile-
5. Widow of Jacob Clewcll, late of Catawlssa lown
0. Widow of John Bclsultne, late of Benton town
low or Henry Fritz, lato of Sucarloaf town-
s. Widow of Joseph C. Hess, lato of Benton town.
9. Widow of Edmund Crawford, latoot Mount Pleas-
anL lOKiibiuD. ueceuseu.
10. Widow ot frederlck liler, lato of Benton town-
11- widow of John O. Dlldlne, late ot Benton town
12. Widow of l'hlllp I). Kreamcr, lato of firecnwood
13. widow ot John McHowell lato of Scott township,
Reulstcr'8 onice. ) W. II. jaroitY
Bloomsburg.Aug. 3, lSII.f Horbter.
1ST OF CAUSES FOR TRIAL
J SEPTEMBER TERM, 1877.
Fi ederick Hosier vs. . II, A- W. R. It. Co.
Robert Oorrcll Co. vs. Joseph M. Freck.
Lloyd 1'axton vs. Philadelphia & Reading R. 11. Co.
Oeorgc K. Tryon ct. al. vs. Jacob Brown et. al.
George 1C. Tryon et. al. vs. Martin Lubold et. al.
ceorgo K. Tryon ct. al. vs. William Clarko et. ol.
George K. Tryon et. al. vs .loslah Hand et. al.
George K. Tryon et. al. s. Christian Schack et. al.
Snyder, Ilartman & To. s. N. I Campbell.
A. T. lkeler s. Jonas Doty.
John Heacoek vs. Jonas Doty.
Fajette Drlbleblss vs. Eves & Co.
L. F. Davis vs. Jonas Doty.
Iicvl Ktnley vs. N. L. Campbell.
John Medina's Exr. vs. George D. Luce ct. al.
D. F. Seybert vs. Philip Applcman.
LnfayetU) Drlbllb's vs. C. V. Eves et. al.
C. 11. Brockwoy vs. orango township.
Williams Chjlfaut v s. E. B. Gule.
Robert Taylor ct. al. vs. Robert Gorrell.
Jeremiah Taj lor et. al. vs. Robert Corrctl.
Robert Taylor et. al. vs. Robert Gorrell.
Daniel Klluo vs. Charles Leo and T, I. Kline.
Jacob Fisher, Sr., et. al, vs. John Fisher et, al.
S. o stctler vs. Lewis Yetter.
Alexander Smith vs. J, W. Evans.
Alexander smith vs J. W. Kvons.
First National Bank ot Ashland vs. Dautel Morris.
I. W. McKelvy 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. Josonh M. Freck.
Columbia Insurance Co. v s. Jackson W oodln.
C. R. Paitonet, aL vs. II, Q, Crevellng.
George nuclei vs. Mlchlel Grovcr'a AdmY.
C. J. Ash vs. WUUatu Ikeler.
Columbia Insurance Co. vs. Jackson Woodln,
Columbia Insurance Co. vs. Nescopeck Bridge Co,
c. ii. uruckway et. al. uso vs. William Y eager et, oh
A brabain Rice vs. John Sherman et. al.
Christ Church vs. A. H. Phillips.
Henry O, Conner vs. Emanuel Conner's AdmY.
Sarah A, 1'etrlkln vs. U W. Wooley.
Evan Franklin vs. Sharples3 & Harmon,
William Ruckel vs, Oeorgo Mooro ft al.
I). F. Seybert vs. J, W, Sankey.
Daniel Kostenbauder vs. Casper I. Thomas.
Mary Crevellng's usevs, William WllllamVlnler-
steen. . .Ikl-M
Q. V. Drelsbach vs. Michael Grover's Admr'ai".
ElUobclh Kllngerman's Adm'r. vs. David It. llower.
c r. uameny vs. Joseph lless.
John Eckrote vs.; Jesse Zaner's Ext,
Amos savage vs. Abram Kline et. ux,
Ashland Savings Bank vs. Margaret OurrVa Adm'r.
joun iiiii vs. c, ii. Fowler,
ii, it. Alberuon vs. Joseph F, Ivog.
Sarah 11U1 et. al. vs. rcnu'a Canal Co-
llloomsburg Lumber Co. vs. M. M. Appleman.
Peter Wilson's Adm'r. vs. Jetso A. Lctee.
Casper luhn vs. Ceorgo II, Sharpless,
Jonn A, Funston vs, Bloomsburg Gas Co.
Hannah Weiss vs. D. L, t: W. R, R. Co.
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