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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUEG, COLUMBIA COl NTY, PA.
Ills Chief Creditor.
The custom which fashionable English
Ben have of flying to the coast of Franco
when debts and tho like mishaps render
thir own country somewhat too hot to hold
them comfortably cause Boulogne and oth
er towns forming the chief places of rcn
dmous on such occasions to present for the
most part a strangely assorted society, aud
to witness at times very curious scenes.
Sir George Tlndal was n young baronet of
Rood English family, who went to Boulogne
some years ago under rather peculiar clr-
cumstances. He had been left very young
1th command of a good patrimonial estate,
but had given way so far to the fashiona
ble follies of the young in high life as to al
low nearly the whole of It to fly away on
the turf as fast as race-horses could carry
He bad still good expectations, however.
A maternal relative a merchant, and one
cf the richest In the metropolis was likely,
fa the doe course of things, to leave Sir
George his fortune, as bis nearest heir. He
was fond of the young man, but had been
greatly and perilously alienated by the con
duct;, arid reverses of the latter, It was
while meditating on this subject that au
Idea struck the nearly ruined baronet.
"How successful," thought be, "my un
cle has been by bis speculations in the
funds I Might not I have a chance that way
also T Might not I cast my poor remnant of
means Into tbe great lottery and pull out a
prize! I may as well try it ; all that I have
bow 'la scarcely worth thinking twice about.
I shall try at least."
iPoor Sir George. He forgot that, though
some seas may be deep, there are others
''which cannot be sounded at all ; that how
ever deep one may be in tbe mire there is
chance of getting deeper. He did venture
his all in the stocks. He was successful
one, and twice.
Getting Inspiration by his good fortune.he
thought he had but to venture further and
win morel Alas I he was a novice merely
in the hands of veteran gamblers. Some of
tho very worst members of the body who
peculate Iri theso matters go him into their
bands, and knowing well what his expecta
tions were, and where they lay, they ltd
bim on by a nibble or two, until by a series
of rutes, considered not Infamous only on
such a field of transaction, they at length
got him placed under a load of debt which
even all his uncle's means would with dif
Holding him bound by signatures and
bonds, they then waited coolly for his ac
cession to his prospective inheritance, know
ing well that the same prospect would keep
their victim also witliin reach of their grasp
at any time.
Sir George, wandered about town lor some
months after these mishaps, like a man
with a rope around his neck. Durinc the
time be bad many reasonings with himself
on an Important point. This point affected
,, nis whole prospective fortunes.
The young baronet was naturally possess
ed of good sense ; he was well educated, and
It may be said that his heart was good and
bis Intentions fair toward all men under or
dinary circumstances ; but bis course of life
and the associations he had formed had re
laxed his morhl principles. This acquired
defect came now Into play. The point
which he canvassed with himself was. wheth
er or no, alter having most distinctly ascer
tained that he had been the dupe of his
creditors, bis engagements with them were
blading upon bim. His good sense said
yea? for they acted within the law; his
laepie of honor said the same, for they bed
nuoonasf "but then " said the other inter
n wgueri'they got these by base means,
oa tney nave not lost a shilling by me,
The article, experience was what my folly
Bongnt irom tnem at the price of a fair for
tune, and with it came no penny out of
cnur pockets. Uesidesiri pay these bar-
pies I shall be beggared."
The end of the whole was, that the uncle
ef Sir George died; tbe young baronet was
left heir; and within a few hours almost af
ter being put in possession of bis fortune
which was the portable one of an old mon
eyed boarder tbe young baronet was on
01 way with it to Boulogne. The creditors
stormed and vowed revenge; but at first
ttej knew not wblther he might fly and
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mere are great aimcumes attending tbe re
covery of money irom creditors on the conti
nent in any case.
Sir George fixed himself in a small coun
try house near Boulogne. He bad been able
able to carry; thither a sufficiency for perma
nent maintenance above twenty thousand
pounds nearly the amount of bis tunded
embarrassments, after what he called "fair
ed debts'' were privately settled.
He lived for some time In great seclusion,
only occasionally appearing in public. The
society which he then met was not of a char
acter to trouble itself much about what he
bad done, or was doing, or was about to do
so long as he maintained a fashionable ap
pearance and a gentlemanly deportment.
So Sir George led a very quiet and undis
turbed existence for a time always excep
ting some little twing-es from a sense of vio
lated honor until love the universal busy,
body, came in the way to overthrow the
A lady made her appearance In Boulogne.
bearing tbe uame and style of the Baroness
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glishwouian by birth, and the widow of a
foielgn noble ; and she was young, beautiful
amj reputed rich.
Ere long such attractions brought all tbe
danglers of dangling Boulogne Into subjec
tlon to tbe baroness ; and among the rest
our baronet aw and admired the lady. For
a time, however, be was undistinguished by
ber, nor did be make any marked advances
on bis part.
An accident brought around an eclair
clasement. By a peculiar piece of awkard
neas, ai It seemed on the part or her servant,
the caltclte of th'e baroness was nearly over
turned near St. George's door.
Tbe young baronet sprang out, and as tbe
lady seemed faint and terrified, he entreat.
ed her to alight for a few momeuts. She
complied. It was tbe hour of lunch and
they lunched together. Sir George begged
her to view bis garden-and they walked to
gether. When tbe lady was at last about to depart,
Sir George begged leave to take the reins
out of the bands of tbe awkward servant and
escort ber home in person.
The result of all was, that the baronet be
came an established visitant of tho baroness
and baring declared bis passion, received
an answer which left him much to hone.
while at the same time It promised nothlm-
Sir George could not be long acquainted
with the fair baronets without discovering
that tho bad one remarkable and somewhat
eccentric taste; she wa distractedly fond of
MgllBK wbet female Walton,
She had hired for a season a largo yawl
somewhat between a fishing-boat and
yacht and every morning, when thoweath
er was good, she rose with the sun to amuse
herself oft" the coast with a rod.
"I cannot comprehend the pleasuro yon
take In this occupation," said Sir George to
her one day.
"It Is a charming recreation I" answered
she, gayly; "and besides my physicians rcc
ommend to me to take as much air and ex
ercl.-o at sea as possible. I acquired tho taste
through this cause. It is sometimes dull to
be sure for the sailors and my servants are
no company. But I have been pressed by a
certain gallant major and a certain warlike
colonel to permit them to bear me company,
and I think I must really consent some
How could a lover forbear to entreat per
mission to occupy tho placo of the rival
suitors? Sir George could not. He begged
and sued, and the fair lady gave her con
sent that be should accompany her next
morning on one of her odd excursions to
The day proved beautiful, and tho pair
went abroad at sunrise. They sailed, how
ever, far out to sea and along tbe coast, ere
any desire for fishing was shown by the la
dy. The water was not iavorablc, she said,
at ono place, and then sbo declared that she
had no fancy on'thls morning for the exer
Sir George was rather pleased with this
disinclination which was owing, he flat-
teied himself, to her being absorbed by his
own conversation; and she, on her part,
seemed only to think of charming him by
At length a slight shower fell, and the
baroness asited ber lover to enter a small,
rude cabin, where a glass of wine and cakes
were offered to him.
Here the pair sat, hour after hour, the la'
dy enchanting her lover with talk that caus
ed him to forget all but her present self.
At length he pulled out his watch aud start
"What!" cried he; the day has anvanced
and I don't think they have ever put
The wind, too, was blowing nearly direct
from the coast.
"Come madam, if you fish at all to-day,it
is surely time to begin."
The answer startled the poor baronet
"I hare angled," said she, quietly ; "and
what is more, I have caught my fish I"
"What mean you?" cried Sir George,
"What fish have you caught?"
Twenty thousand pounds I" answered
tho lady with coolness.
Sir George grew pale, and stepped hurri
edly on deck.
"Distractional" cried he, as soon as he
bad looked around.
"Put about instantly, pilot I This is Mar
gatet we are off, England 1"
"Exactly so, Sir George," said the lady
at his back.
Ho turned and looked at her.
"Your purpose, then, Is to take me "
"To London, Sir George," said the lady,
interrupting him with calmness, though a
gratified flush was on her cheek. Sir George
turned to the sailors.
"My purse :" said he ; "twenty-five louis
for you, if you put back for Boulogne 1
"Twenty five louis 1" said the lady, dis'
dalnfully; "when twenty thousand pounds
are in the other scale 1"
"Barbarous, treacherous woman I" cried
tbe infuriated baronet, as he looked round
with an eye that threatened peril to all, if
he but bad the means to iDflict it ; but tho
baroness gave a signal,and in an instant bis
arms were pinned to his side by two pair of
I he baronet struggled, but in vain ; a
cord was produced, and be was only saved
from the Ignominy of being bound by giving
his assurance that he wonld remain in quiet
durance in the cabin.
It seemed to him that he bad nothing for
it but to submit.
Sir George reduced to thiscondition,look
ed with indignation at bis captor. She bad
checked the sailors for harshness in tbelr
usage of him, but otherwise she expressed
no visible emotion.
"Betrayed by yon I" said the captive;
"you whom I loved so much I"
"You love me?"
"Yes ; well you know it," answered Sir
George. "Since you are an adventuress,
cruel woman, would not my fortune, with
my hand, have better paid you than a mis
The lady spoke not in reply, and Sir
George also held a scornful silence from that
moment until be landed in the Thames. He
was here put Into tbe hands of the sailors,
and conducted to a hotel, on giving his sol
emn promise that be would not attempt to
It was night when this landing in the
Thames took place. Sir George spent a
wretched night moaning over that fate
which his conscience told bim was not un
In the morning he drew up an act, brief
ly giving up all to his creditors. He bad
scarcely finished this when a visitor was an
nounced. It was bis betrayer, tbo baro-
"Wretched woman, what seek you I said
he, sternly. "Is not your task done 7 I have
now to do with others."
"With none but me," said the lady, in a I
low voice, and with a timidity of manner
most unlike ber previous deportment.
"What do you mean madam?" said Sir
"I am your sole creditor I" said the lady ;
and she placed in his hands some papers,
which he at once saw to be his own redeem
ed bonds. He looked up In amazement.
"You bad ft cousin once, Sir George ?"
said tbe lady, with ber eyes on the floor.
I bad Annie Fulton," said Sir George;
"we were playmates In childhood."
"She went abroad when a mere child with
her family ?" continued the lady,
"She did," said the baronet, "and I have
heard was married to a very wealthy plant
er In the Island where tbey settled. It pain
ed me to hear it, for we loved each other
even when infants."
"She wedded against her will." contln-
ued the lady," for she, too, remembered old
days. She Is now a widow."
A light bad been gradually breaking up
on Sir. George's mind. He started hastily
forward and took bold of tbe lady's hand al
most throwing himself at ber feet.
"You are "
"I am your cousin Annie I" said the la-
The lady bad returned to Eogland a rich
widow ; had learned tho situation and em
barrassment of ber well-remembered'cousin;
had seen him at Boulogne; had contrived to
overturn at his door, and make his acqualn.
tance. She had only thought of tbe fishing
Ing scheme through a spice' of romance fn
her temperament, and that she might get
him to England, where she might have bis
Tbey wedded and lived happy aud we
wish all love-tales were as true,
1 SuUcritw for Taxi CoMWBUar,
Purines tliu III mai, llciuivnlcN
una InvlgoralcN tho Wliolo
ITS MEDICINAL QUALITIES AltE
Altorative. Tonic,. Solvent
VROKTINE Is tnailo exclusively from Inn Juices of
carefully-selected barks, roots, and herb, anil so
Btronsiy concern rateci mat it win orrectu.iiiy crailt
Cite from tno srstctu every mint of scrof m.i. Scrutu.
lous Humor, Tumors, cancer, cancerous Humor
Erjstpclas, suit Kncum, Nyphllttlo lineages, Cancer,
Kalntncssattho stomach, and all dteaw's that nrlse
rrom ltnpuro blond. hci.uim. Intlsmmatory an4
Chronic fihoumatlsm, Neuralgia, (lout, mid Hpmol
f omnlatnts. can only bo effectually cured through
For tilers and Krupttvo Mcaso of tho Pkln, fas
lies. 1'lmnles. lllotcnos. Holla. Tetter. HeAlilhrftd
and Klngworm, Vegctlne has never failed to effect a
rur i iinia in iuu ji.ii:k.,iviiiicj- uuiiiiiininiH, urnpsy.
n-umiu 1-iiR.urn.-, iruuui mui L, ui limit irum UIU.T'
nnl ulceration, and uterine disease-, anil Oeni-rnl ne.
btllty, Vegellno acts directly upon tho cauio of these
comnlilnM. It Invigorates and stremrthi-iis the
whole system, acts upon tho secretive organs nil ivs
tniliramallon, cures ulceration, and regulates the
For catarrh, Dyspepsia, napltu.il Ostlrencss, Pal-
thdorgins, and possesses a controlling power over
the nervous system.
The remarkable cures ctTected bvVetrctlnn have
uiuiux'u uituiji pu)igiuui uou apomccanes wnom
wo Know w prescriue anu uso it la ineir own fami
lies. In fact. eiretlno la tho beat remedy vet rilsi-nvrr.
ed for the abovo diseases, and is tho only reliable
muuu i unucr jci, piacvu uciore me public.
THE BEST EVIDENCE
Tbo followlne letter from Kev. K. H. nflst. Pnt.r nt
m. ts. unurcn. xsaucK. aiass.. win do read with in.
tcrost by many physicians : ftHo thoso RUffertmr
from ihosamo dweaso es amicted th son of tho
Uov. It. . Best No person can doubt this testimony
tia tutrru 13 uu uuuuv auuut iuu curailro powers 01
NAttCK, Mam., Jan. 1, 1ST4.
Mr.II. It. Stbtkns.
Dear Rlr. we bare crood mason fnr rprrArrHnt
your veffctlne a medic I no of tho ffrcatest vniue. Wo
feci assured tbatlt baa been tbo moans of saving our
nun n mo. uuia uu b'JTCUWI'IJ JIWS Ul rOr
the last two years be has suffered from m-crostsof
his letf, caused by scrofulous affection, and was so
far reduced that nearly allwJo saw him tboupbt
bis recovery lmDOhslble. A council nf nhla nhvKtninnn
rnnlil trlvn imhiitthA fnlntnet iinnn nf hisAivnv roiiv.
iuh u ut no uuuiwii uvumruiK iuhl uu raa w
yond tbe reach ot human remedies, that even ampu-
UBWVia vuuiu nui chitu I1IU1. JLO IIU HUM UUb IKt
ODOucrh to endure tho ono ration. .Inst ihnn urn mm.
rnencedfrlvlnGrhlm Teffetlne, and from that tlmoto
buu preseuL uu uas uecn continuously impruvintr.
lie ha lately resumed bis studios, thrown away bli
crutches and cone, and walks about cheerfully and
Though there ts still some discharge from thoonen
inB" whero tho limb was lanced, wo bave tho fullest
commence uut in a uuioumo bo will bo perfectly
He has taken about thrpo dozen bottloqnf Vnra.
euue, uubiiueir uhcspui, iiiue, an no declares tual
uu 13 uaj wuu lu uu ratting1 mcaicinc,
it. es nji,
Him. L. C. ii Best.
Prepared Ijy H. R. Stevens, Boston, Mass.
Vegetine is sold by all druggists,
O. A. HERRI WO
jy E8PECTFULLY annoances to the public
M J Mia V UW 1MO I cuycucu
(old stand) Bloomsbnrtr, Pa., at
Forks ot tho Kspy andTltrht street
roads, where all descriptions ot
leather will bo made In Itin mrat
substantial and worlunasllke manner, and sold at
prices to suit the times. The highest price la cash
wui Kb oil uuica u3 puiu lur
of every description In the country. The public pat
VIJWV IIS HSpAMUlU DUIWIWUi
BloomEburg. Oct. 1, 1MB-
Notice is hereby siren that 1 purchased of P. I.
Bellas, of Benton township at Constable's sale on
Friday September Ktb, 1877, the following personal
property i one two-horso wagon, ono double set ot
.uu, WJIU UOJ WVID VI ICOO, W UilUIUIBlU vUl. IRUTD
bushels ot rye. ten craln bars, four horse blankets.
twelre acres of corn In the ground, throe-fourths ot
on ucru ui iiuuiiras, uixeo acres 01 Ducawneat,appie3
In tbe orchard, ten head of hogs, one brlndle belter,
one red bull, one cook atove. one narkir RtnvH. ninn
cane-seatedchalrs, twobed3 and bedding, one fan
ning mui. ono clock, one ss toolh.hlnge harrow, ono
two-horse cultivator, two single cultivators, ono Iron
beam plow, one corn plow, one grind stone one uraln
cradle, six acres of cloverseed, two horses and one
colt, all ot which I have loaned to him during my
Dleasure. and I hereby warn all ncnwina frnm mo
lesting or interfering with the above named propcr-
J. F. ilClllvNliy,
Stillwater, Sept. 11, 17-lw
PRACTICAL PIANO MAKER,
TUNER AND REPAIRER.
IHST CLASS FIANOS AND ORGANS FOR BALE.
SECOND HAND PIANOS TAKEN IN KXCIIANOE.
ORDER BY MAIL PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
M. C. SLOAN & BRO
Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Sleighs
PLATFORM WAQOKS, fic.
Flret-class worlc.alwajs on hand.
REPAIRINO NEATLY DONE.
Prices reduced to suit the times.
Jon. ts, 187I-M
View of Marriage !
IQutdeto Wedlock anl
runildviil.iLl TntUU tin 111
autlrt ot nurrtaii d4 lit
t.atiMratbM until for ttt Kit
rrt-uef Deproduotlen u4
A Louir for pHvil, ctmaid-
m i.l d iHirdt rtoi Frlvulo Ksume aiioi i lium Self
butt. Xxocsm, orfceorct EJcnes, wuU U14 Ih.iI
iV IP Of Mir. 2lt j'MPIWi prlriO f ts
A OCl NIOAXs I.FCTU1V3 on th hoc dltf ai't nnl
ITtAM uf ihcThioat arj lures, CWrrh.Uupiuro. lit
Op nm IUblt,ic.,prUo tOru.
Li' her bowk nt pom paid on n-cctft of p"'et or til three,
ConalninMIQf-flt;f'vtMfltitllii71p ii utfnuil, lurHru.
AdditM Dii, LUTT8, ho.XJX bux bu bt, Looia, Zlo,
nr a p. nj miQ
11 Cast 1
torn hi, CtScago,,
ajl in at i'rivf ewuf, wafBH nom awijr abuwt
i Infi'Ttlttti r aUbrrKai, Hemlnal WcnkarMiiroduuBf
KmImIwmm, Loar Memory, iiaipalrrl( rltht L2
UnboJ or JraUncj. prrvQU Ilvblm, urtna
Mitlly iturad I 4Ummbi af Iba ULiUder. Kldnt-) a, I.Ufp,
l.w liar, Aalhina, Calarra, I1la. all Cliruolu aJUataa, and UlH-
EAMf'H Or rCHALbBi )UIH W ta mimtini, LW.UIa
had a Ufa Ion aiMtiasv, and cwat whaw oibm tall, la
la a (JJt M IU tai4iuM tu acxi.
i po marcurv. tiaa IL
M PMMd IfMIDsaal WIIB
privt aorM and Umiii, rail or axil, kirrr cu(iiauc H
IMtbate. Kind ttlf caaU (ur aasnpla af IlabU Oowd aua cir
cular at ImiAjrUal lafonaaOoa byrsprata. UU ULIM'M
Ftmala nil. f mt ll-n. ConmlUlloM fva.
Miar.. lvl.. to II., nvuHm) ..4 0. cvuUuipUU.f
9w.li, W MJf k
au;. 17, TT-ly
UMUIA COUNTY, BS i
C'OKKONWIiLTll Or 1'tNNBTLViNli, 0 Ullia-
Uth A, Fowler, widow, Tatcantha M, Kllld, MUes 11.
Fowler, Lfrojr T, Fowler, Hennttta Lake, EiatnaL,
Fowler and Ida Fowler, widow and lineal deacend
ants ot fclloa K. Fowler, deceased, and to all other
persons Interested, (Ireellng You and each of you
are hereby cited to bo tod appear Ltloro the Judges
of our Orphans' Court at an Orphais' Court to be
held at Bloomfcburj on the first Monday of Decern
ber neit, then nd there to accept or refuse to tako
tho real estate of said fcllaa K. Fowler, deceased, at
the appraised valuation put upon It by tbe Inquest,
duly awarded by the said Court, and returned by Uie
gheruf, or show cause why it shall not be sold. And
hereof fall not.
Witness tho Honorable William Elwell, President
of our said Court at Moomsbur?, tho Twentieth day
ot eeptember, A, D., 1677.
D. FRANK ZAlllt,
sop. S8, II-
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
In pursuanco of nn order of the Orphans' Court ot
coiumblA county, the undersigned Administrator ot
Mary A. Orecnwlch, decusei!,wlll sell nt public
Baioon mo premises in Scott township, on
SATU11DAY, K0VHM1JEU .1, 1877,
at 10 o'clock, a. m., tho tollowlnif described
sltuato In towntkip undrmmiy .id.reaald, being n
ONE-lIALt" AI ItK I n ii. nit- rjr less bounded by
lands or.) t i,n - . Kiim m,l n. i rit irJ, John
A. WMt'TllKl I and nthi'rs.
TSHMsni'.mi.K. -1 en p. rceiit. ufotie fourllioftbo
purclmne moiici to li" pl I ui the nrlMncdownof
tlioprorert. Hie uiii'-fjurlh less lb" ten per ccut. at
conllrmiiilun viiiulute. mid the renialnlnir three.
fourths In ono year lluealler with lutercst from con.
OSCAR P. 13 VT,
oct. 12, '77-ta Administrator.
Tho undersigned Executors of William Howell.
latoof Jit. Pleasant township, deceased, will sell at
puouo saie.upon tho premises In Mt. Pleasant town
ship, Columbia county on
SATURDAY, OOTOBEU 27, 1877,
at two o'clo-k p. m, that VALUABLE FARM, tho
lato resldouco of tho slid decedent, two miles north
ot tho town of Bloomsburg, containing about
about loo acres Is cleared and In a good state ot eul
tlratlon. Tho Improvements are a
Frame House) Frame Bank Barn,
Wagon Shed and other out-butldlngs. A pump at
tho door and a never-falling spring and spring-house
near by. Plenty ot fruit trees ot all kinds, and lime
stone In tho Immcdlato nelgnborhood.
Also i At tbo sumo timo and place,
-A. TIMBER LOT
containing about Eleven Acres, lying a short dls-
tanco north of tho above tract, well-timbered.
TERMS OF SALE. The purchaser shall wllhln
one hour atlcr the striking down of tho property.
pay down ten per cent of one-fourth ot tho amount.
or glvo his note for that amount payablo In ten days
alter date, ana shall pay tho one-fourth (less tho ten
percent.) on tho 1st ot Aprllnext,ono-fourth on tho
1st of April 187J, one-fourth on tho 1st of April, IMS,
and tho remaining one-fourth on tho 1st of April
1881, with Interest from April 1st, 1978, secured by
bonds nnd mortgago on tho premises, when tho deed
will bo mado and possession be given.
J. M. CI1EMDEHL1N,
iff . 7?1S:
CURB DISEASES sr-mr
In the wonderful medicine lo whlcli the amktcd
are nboro iliicdeil for relief, the dlacovcrrr lic
lieve he hut coiuhjiieil m harmony mure of Na.
lure's foiefeiRii curative properties, which (IikI
lias Instilled into the vegetable kingdom for heal
ing tlie nick, than were ever liclore combined In
ono medicine. The oi Ulcncc of this fact is found In
Iho Rrcit variety of most obstinate diseases which
It Inn been foiiml lo conquer, lit tho cine of
Iroiicliltla, sovoro Cuuclis, ami the carlv
uni'CBi.llldil.lllni.lloli, alias xtonlslicd tl.'o
lot, Ileal faculty, awl eminent physicians nro
noiincc ; ft the Kreatet ntedlcnl illsfoxcry of Hie
aire. Vlille It cities the tcvetet Coughs, It
llllloil. fllercnrinl ill.n ikU All..
i-om, and ilieir eUccu, nro ctailiejicd, nnd
WSaSiir pum",s-an,i "
If yon feel dull, drowsr, ilel.iliiaio.l. have sallow
color of tkln. or yellowr,h limit n .,,i n Ucv or
Iwlv, f rc.tient headache or ilizincU, Ind taste in
lnoutli. Internal lienor chills alternated with imt
lltlslies. low snlrlts. nn,l flonmi- r..ri.n.n.. ... l
icttlnr aiipciltc, and toniriic' coaled, voit 'are
sneering from Torpid Liver, or III 1 1 mi..
..in...-- ( mail. VltBL'. OI " l,Vei' Cflllta
plaint" only part of tlice sviiiimun. me ex.
l encnceil. As a rctneilv for all uch efei.. lir.
Pickc's (loltlcn Mpilirjil 1 ) i ,ii 1 1 t
m It ejects icifcct cures, Idling the in'cr
bli engtlicncd and hcallhy.
SOLO BY DRUGGISTS AT SI PE JTTU.
.reiarcd by It. V. Plimtin, .11. I., sn
I'rot.rlctor, at Uio IVom.ij liiai'i...NaAu
Rtifr.ilo. , 1.
sep. 28, 11-U
A Tr.AH. Arentawanted. Deal.
aug. it, 17-Iy Ritu
i McratlM IlsUt sImIdU m4 KmUOr
rad. rftlsUM-, iMpabtkll!, t.duui
HIUIIIHIInnl. rftlBUM-. MDal
Wl IVIII is, WaliUctM Bi, CbicM HI.
aug. 17, tT-ly R c
This Cut Illustrate lh M.nnur i Ui,n
Ult. I'lICICClC'M i
' Fountain Nasal Injootor, ifjbf
pcrect application ot
DB. SAGB'S OATABBH BEMBDY.
.?iV.,.iS1.i.0n,,,f i'!f?..c? '"""'.ment yet Invented
nasal pasiages, and the chantberi or cat lilu enui.
discharge generally proceeds. The want of I o.
cess In treating Catarrh heretofore has arisen
?L,''n? 'T iil'ls. This ohstaclo In (he wiv ot
cuecuiii,- cures is entliely overcome by Ihe inven
tion of tho Douche. Its use li lilesj.iii ii.i 1U
almple that, child can u
Bagos Catanh Itemedv cure, recent attacks ol
fj. "C'oiaiu the llead by a
HwJ lv applications. '
lie.niAche, Oiscliarite fulling nio throat, umo
limn profiue, woicry, Uuck imicm, iturulenu
oirenlvo, cic in otlicn, a Umie, dryt watsrr!
mchk, or liulflmeil cje, aioppuiir up, or oUiriioi
tlon, ot nun I ptwaajea, nngin in ears, tlaaU
nea, h.iuLliiff and couching to clear tliriau
ulceration, tcabs from ulcera, nUcnjit,
nawl twaup, oUcinlve Lreatji, Uopaircil or uc.i
tleiirlvatioii of tcme nf mell And taie, iiltilnen,
menu. lere'on, lost ()f appetite, lnUIee&tton.
enlarperl lnntU, tloklinir coujli, to. Onlyiifetr
of it.etc iTDiptAiui are likely to be tirctem In any
cao at one time.
IlrtSaffiU Catarrh Homed yt whon uteit
n-lili lr. erce'ai Nan a I Iiouclic, afui iic
cumpauio't with tiie rnrmtiuuonal tiu.iimcnt wliich
i ieciiiiii)etntt!l In the pamphlet that wrtip each
Untie (if the Jtomcly, U a perfect HpeciGo for ihi
l'UlhFomo i lipase. It U mUd and pleasant ui
ntc, contalninir no strnnji or caiistio ilnur or
Inift0n. The Catarrh Itrmo Iv ! ild nt W cvuU.
IJuuritu utw ccuu, by All UrueaUu,
Jt. I. ilKUt3K J. ii.t JV,
wp. IT U
aug. 7, TT-ly 11(11
nil I. II ULAT1B WAWn S
la ths teown world. Sauttt WauX fru to
tAtmU. Airus, A. Co ouu A Co-OUomo,
aug.ir, -17 Haa,
lilnod. Ilv its great anil thorough liioocl-titirlrv.
log iirupertisa. It cures all Humor. Ii,,ni Hie
mui st Scrofulii to a rommoti lllolrli. elm.
7A mi fT a
And. Barstow's Elevated Oven Range.
STEAJ, WATER I'IPE, VALVES AND FITTINGS,
Comtanlhj onUS, PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING Promptly
Oct. 19, 77.-tf Attended to
HARMAN & HASSERT Proprietora;
V.ant Strcpl, SouJli side or Z. & i, Itallrun;! Itloomisliiir, ln.
Iiespoctfully call tho attention of tho public lo tho following statements! Thc' mantif.tctttro all klndi of
IKON mui I1IIANH OASTI.MIM. 1loy miike the CetL-binted Original and IMPROVED
MONTHOB IJJ0'WS-nl30tllUnd3 0f Itnnnlm. kiii'ir 119 Mnlil lin.ir.it rolT.ii n.wTTi.TTL
bolls, handlcM, 'I hey also maKo
ami nro preDarcd to furnish all kinds of repnirs, such
ThMyan'n!oprerarcd tofurDUhHAV ANU UHlsr
pay especial attention to tho
Repairing of Threshing
Tho proprietors being practical mechonlca, liavlnuhad
rclvupop having all work entrusted to them douo In tho
Then Buy N. Y. ENAMEL PAINT CO.
and save one-third tho cost of painting, and get a paint that Is much handsomer, and will
LAST TWICE AS LONG A8 ANYOTHEIt PAINT,
la nrenored readv foruRHln wlilto or nnv rntnr ilpftlriil. T nn tnnnvilinnqnnrtanf thr. nnnoi hiiii.iinm
In tho country, many of which hare Uen painted six jears, and now look as well as when first painted
ClIKMIUAL TAINT has taken Flrbt 1'llli.MIUMS at twenty of the Male 1'alrs of tho Union. Sample card ot
colors sent free. Address N. Y. KN AJUI, l'AINT UO., ITS 1'rlnco street, N. y.,i or IIKNHY L.
KLDKIt SUN, Agents 131, Manet street, l'hlladclphla, l'u.
Tlie Latest AsiHOBiiieemeifct.
E1v;s Mews Slflfll Alicsid.
If yois wsmii
Don't Buy Until
WILL DO BEST FOR YOU.
Come and Select your WINTER SUITS
FROM A BRAN NEW STOCK.
All Styles, Sizes, PRICES and Qualities.
MEN'S SUITS, YOUTH'S SUITS, ltOI'S SUITS, CHILDREN'S SUITS.
POPULAR CLOTHING STORE.
AND HAS TIIE
OP ANY PAPER PUBLISHED IN COLUMBIA COUNTT.
Terms $2.00 a Year.
Country Produce taken on Subscription
IN THIS PAPER
OP THE INNUMERABLE
Vasiety of la Icefttegi
In the CdkmMM Office.
All kinds of Plain and Fancy
Printing: done on .short notice and
at low rates.
OFFICE NORTH SIDE OF THE COURT1 HOUSE,
ROLLINS & HOLMES,
Evnna' Block, iMalu Street.
I) KALE IIS IN
Ranges, Fire Place Healers, Mantles,
PUMPS Ac. &c.
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper' Ware, and
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE
Solo Agents for tlie
n.s (iratcs. Fire Itrlck. &c, wholesale and retail. The?
MUX MAUUNUkV SllAFnNO,IbLLEVa(&c, The
Machines, Reapeis, &c.
in OT'erlenco of over twny years, tho publico
liist .Mannerand at Kalr prices.
J uijr XI, t i-ij-
You Have Posted
STYLES OF TYPE
l)y vlrtuo ot an Order of tho Orphan's Court of Co
lumbia county, tho unrterslffiicil, Administrator of
tho cstnto of I'ctcr Ent, Ueciod will cupo&o to
publlo sale, on tho promises, at Light Street, Colum
bia county, l'ninsyivniila, on
imiDAY, NOVI MllKIt 301'.
at ten o'clock a. m., all tint certain real estate, slt
uato In said Columbia county, described as foil ows i
with water-pownr, containing In all about twelve
acres, bounded by fishing creek, a public road, and
other lands 6f said deceased.
No. (. A raessuajo and tract of land stt'iato In
Orange townshlp.bounded by lands of Abraham Cus
ter, II. U. (Jrlnies, Willi im White, otao ot (loorgo
Oman.S. II Hejb rt estate ot W. 11. Ent. A. M
hltonnd others conatlnli.g
mora or less.
No. 4. Two oerea of TOWN I.0T3 In Light Street
aforesaid, bounded by two unnamed streets and two
No. 5. Turco ncresln Light Street, bounded by
lands of Mn Dlclil, Win. llagenbuch and an alley.
No. 6, seven acres In smo village, boundedby
lands of Kclchner Bon and by tho rishtng creek.
No. 4. will bo sold as a whole or In parts to suit
tmvs or 8U.k. Ten per cent ot tho one-fourth
of tho purchase money to bo paid at tho striking
down of tho property! tho ono-fourlk less tho ten
percent. at tho couilrin.it Ion ot silo; anl tho re
maining thr.'Mo'irths In ono jcar thereafter, with
lntcr?3t fromcondrinatl'jn nisi.
OS' MM1. ENT,
Oct. 5 ts. Administrator,
Thoroughly Cures Diseases op the Skw,
Ueautihks the Complexion, Prevents
and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout,
IIeai.3 Sores and Abrasions ok the
Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion.
Tliis Standard Exlernal Remedy for Erup
tions, Sores and Injuries of tlie Skin, not only
REMOVES FROM TIIE CO.MI'LEXION ALL BLEM
ISHES arising from local impurities of the
blood nnd obstruction of the pores, but also
those produced by the sun and wind, such as
tan and freckles. It renders the cuticle
MARVELOUSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH and TLIANT,
and being a wholesome beautifier is far
preferable to any cosmetic.
All the remedial advantages of Sul
tiiur llATHS arc insured BY the use of
Glenn's Sulphur Soap, which in addi
tion to its purifying effects, remedies and tre
vlnts Rheumatism and Gout.
It also disinfects clothing and linen
and rREVENTS diseases communicated by
CONTACT trith the TERSON.
It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald,
ncss, and retards grayncss of the hair.
Physicians speak of it in high terms.
Prices-25 and SO Cents per Gake; per
Box (3 Cakes). 60c. and $1.20.
N. B. The 30 cent cakes are triple the iie of those at
"UILUS HAIR AND WHISKEK DYE,"
Black or Ilrown, 30 Cents
C.S. CMTIE5105, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Av.,5.Y.
Oct. 20, '70.-ly,
GLAZING AND PAPERING
T7"JI. F. I50DINK, Iron Street below sec
V ond, llloomsbttrg, ra., ts prepared lodu ui
In the bep t styles, at lowest prices, and at short
Parties taavlog such work to do will save nicmei
calling on mo.
All work warranted to give satisfaction. Order?
WM. F. liODIKE.
Is tno UEST and SIOST ECONOMICAL In tho World
Is perfectly I'llltE free from acids and other for
eign substances that Injure I Inrn.
Is BTltOKU EH than any other requiring much lees
quantity In using.
Is UNIFOHM stiffens and finishes work alwayBtho
Kinfisftnl's Oswep Corn Starch
Is the most delicious of all preparations for
ruddlngs, Dlanc-lVIangc, Cake, etc,
Aug, 8, TT-nin lic&cj
P. A, Lehmann, Follcltor of American and Fore'gn
l'atente, Vshli.gton, I), c. All business connected
with I'utents, whether before tho I'atrnt onice or
the Courts, promptly attended to. Nocuarge made
unless a patent is secured, bend for a circular.
May 4, TT-tf bii w
. Bryant & Stratton Is
stnu 4 rit-flrnpiiio llisuilllt?.
100 B. Tenth St.. Ph1Ini-iA.nh.n D..
IncrwieJ facilities. Ttilt.gr ph 10 DtDt. in cjar?
jiMiiMiiuHu ratviv if graph tv,
'if" ''ttJ1oul"i "II .or nd for freo
aug-. 81, 7I-8.U
TrJISfAPEfIS KEPT ON FILE
AT THE OFFICE OF.
733 Smsou St, PHILADELPHIA,
Who nro our nuiliorUed menu, uud lll
i-ecelra Adrertlseiuenta at our
MHwr cash itATiis.
11 not ensiiy earned In thews times but It
can be made In three months by anyone
ot either tex. In any nan of the cuum rv
W ho IS Hlmiiir to work steadily ot Ihn mnn,.n.
that we lurnUh. impcr wtttlnjour own town,
kou need not be away from home overnhrht. vr.11
can rive our hole time to the work, or only your
awu Wnu, UUIUUI tU .1 IUO UUS.
iicbo, itiiu, nuu vuuii iuu AQUTCU ai once
11. llsixxTT oa, ixutland, Maine.
fu Je II lr,
OHTHits. tcL. in.
NelJ k- djily piloted at tie Ooltjm
Isa 1 riil-orrd soluitnn nf .l.
PllOTOXIDlfi OF Iitox
This Is tho secret of tho wondemil success of thi,
10 .10 1 In curtnsf "
"L'lr.V"'". '.Ivt-r I'omi.lKlnl, Urc..T I lir
le llliirrliini, Moll., r,,n, it '' "
flillN .id l'....r.'. Hi,,.,"":, '";
lloiivhiilluiml Vlunr, Ne,irnl,.
I rmnle (!onii,l,i,, unit
OIIIOINATlNtl IK A
Bad .State of t.ho Rlr
Or nf.f,nmniiriln.l i ...
A Low State of tho System.
ii IRON OONSTfTll.inv.
It IS On PTC'llnt SUbs ItUtO for Wllienr lr
whero n stimulant. Is ntedrd. "'""or tranily
Ono element cf the lestorntlvo hownrnr
menicinn 19 n mn...H . " UV'T-f f Iron as a
deve,,Ta thereby.' For Xa'ST
For Dyspepsia, Uso
For Debility, UVe
For Dropsy, Use
For Neuralgia, Uso
i' or ( lirouic Diurrlioca, Use
For Liver Complaint, Use
For ' oils ami Humors, Use
For Chills and Fever, Uso
For Loss of Appetite, U?o
For Nervous Affections, Uso
PERU VI A SYRUP
For Female Complaints, Use
J'ERUVI N SYRUP
To Tone up the System. Uso
To Invigorate the Brain, Use
SET!! iv. FOWLE sovs, Proprietors, M Harrl
son avenue, Iioston- Sold by dealers generally.
THE INTERNATIONAL REVIEW.
Tho "international" for I1T8 m prcsen. iho usual
number of articles upon religious, wltnll Ic. art, po
litical and fcoclal nuhjects most occupying the pub
llo attention. It will Uovoto ppaco to Jluropean muU
terasofar an they aro likely to bo Inlcrestlni; to
Amcilcans. It will continue to Introduce tho most
popular rorehrn wrltcrsto rtmrete for favor wiih
the beM American wrlleis ltlllnlm tone able,
etrongn d prnctlcol, asicll as popular, In thechar
acti r and Rt j 10 of 11a presentations. It Is safe to say
that no 01 her magazine lu tho world can hupply Its
place In the libraries of Americans who lowi to con
sider tlo progress cf events throughout theorld,
anil to know their bcailtg upon the Interests of tho
t'nlled Mates I'rorpB&ors turllus, Iloltzendorf,
0Kil, Dr. Iiolllngcr, Dr. Dorner, Dr. Neumejer, Dr.
Carl Able, Mr Julius Duboc. lirucsli- Hey. M. liollln
Joequcmjns, il. hpuiler. Dep., M, dlndrlez, Mr.
llnmerlon, Jlr. rrecman; I!cv Iir.Jamen II. liter,
Thomas lirassey, M. 1'. (fubernatls. .Madame Vlllarl
Dora D'lstiU, rorzonl. Dr. Woolsey, Dr 1'eabody,
I'rlnclpal Dawton, Judge Cooley, Dr. Wharton, wm.
C. trjar.t. Hay I'almer, carl Khun, flrneral sigel.
Dr. O-good. Alex, Delmnr, V. Uolta, Eugcno t-chuy-ler,
UajnrdTajIcr, E 1'. Whipple, and others may
be named as sped! contributor.
Thus Is organized ospowcnul an organ cf thought
and communication as ran be cully concelvid, and
It, presents Ittelf for popular support duilng 1617. It
Is not known that th( re Is nn nason why copies
ot tho "HeleW thoulfl not le found lu en ry house
hold. It has alriady the lark-en eliculatlonofnny
secular lievlcw, lecause ofltstopular ottrnctlons.
'lhebe attructloDB will bcdeelepfd giaduam, and
Increased as their neid Is mado known
Prlco 11.00 a Number. tM 0 a Year ilx Numbers.!
A. 8. HAHNE3 4: CO., publishers,
111 lis -William Bt., N.
piIILADELI'UA AND KKADIN'G HOAD
AltllANUEilKNT OF PASSENGER
May 21, 187.
TRAINS LEAVE KBrEBT AS FOLI OWS (f CNPAT KXCEPTR
For Now York-, Philadelphia, Iteadlng, I'ottsiUli
Tamaqua, 4c, 11,33 a. in
Tor Catawlssa, 11,33 a. m. s,4T and 7,s p. m.
For Wllllainsport,o,2$e,3i a. m. and 4,00 p, m.
IKllNSJOll I1CFI11T tEAV AS FOLLOWS, (81 dDAV Kl
Leave New York, 8,43 a. ra.
Lcavo l'hlladclphla, f ,16 a. m.
Leave Keadln?. 11.3 a. in.. Pnttsviiin. io.ik ,r.
and Tamaqua, 1,25 p. m.
Leave catawlssa, ,E0 ,!5 a. m. and 4,oo p. in.
Ixiai u Wnuamsport ,8 s a.m,u,oo m. and e,oo p. m
l'OSsengers nnl from Kpw Vfirlfnnrt ni.u i..
phla go through . ithout change of cars.
J. JJ. WOOTTEN,
C. a. HANCOCK, "eral Manager.
. lieneral 'ncket Agent
Jan, 11, liIS u,
company' centkal "AILWAY
On and after November soth, 1673, trains will leave
SUNHUltY as follows v
Krlo Mall cs.eo a. m., arrive Elmlra u.&o a ,
" Canandalgua. , s.ssjj. ui
Niagara. g 40 "
Itenovo accommodation 11,10 a. m. arrno William
rt 12.15 p. in.
Elmlra MalH.lDi.m.,arrHe Elmlra 10.80 a m
Uuctalo EnpiKss T.15 a. m. arrUe Buffalo 8.50 a. m
uuctalo Express j.tw a. m.airlvo Harrlsburg 4.to a.m
" lialtlmore S.40 "
fclmlraMall 1Mb a.m., arrive llarrl.burg ijh) p. m
" Washington lo.ao "
" lialtlmore 0.30 "
" Washington 8.S0
Uarrliiburgjiccommodatloa 8.40 p. m. arrive Harris
arrive Baltimore t.sa a, m.
" Washington e.13 "
Erlo Mall 11.CB a. m. arrive HarrLsburg 9 OS a. ta
" Baltimore 8.40
.. " Washington 10.80"
All dally oxcept Sunday. b.
D. M. BOYD, Jr., General Passenger Agera1
A. J. CASS ATT, General Manage
Tlmo-Tabla No. , Takes effect at 4:30 A. M.
MONDAY, NOVEMBEIt tt 1875..
P.m. n.m. a.m
III ID 8 1
-.. Huston ,
a.m. n in. n.m,
T 65 8 49
7 46 49
7 4 8 87
83 Itu sis
....... Mallby". '
T 15 8 17
7 15 8 11
7 117 8 IS
7 03 8 09
I 64 8 M
0 80 8 49
8 15 9 8il
0 09 i 95
In 7 a in a
ft I T
.Pli moutn June.,
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u 82 8 S 7 E5
10 SS R VT t .n
10 40 8 89 7 43
l'l 44 8 81 7 63
10 69 III Q ,k
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11 it a is e
J 83 4 81 8 ts
It Bi A 'JQ u
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i 62 1 10
6 48 9 I
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a 1.9 4 41 A AS
4 46 7 20
4 65 T 08
6 12 7 40
n (a 1 ak
6 84 1 83
C 18 1 48
6 83 1 48
6 20 1 40
Ca taw Issa Bridge.
12 07 6 14 7 52
l 10 6 80 8 66.
12 fiA ft Rd o ex
19 81 6 47 8 40
19 86 6 61 8 47
112 61 lu 0 n
P.m. p. in. e,in.
... ,--ui. I'.in. m
netner rrco from Alcohol In nnv form il. .
' errecis are lint followed by crirfS J 'MniT'-
.. -..w....tUuU puns or me sjsU'm.am