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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUKGr, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
n!,OOJI8!lUUfl, rill PAT, MARCH R, tSJR
Rail Konii Time Table.
LACKAWANNA & llLOOMSnUMl KAIL ROAD
Accommodation Train, Ms A.M.
Mall Train T.89 A.M
Express Train lar.il,
" " .M1'.M.
CATAWISSA HAIL l(OAl).
Accommodation Train CM A.M.
Itcgular Express iM I'. M.
Throngh cars on Express train cither to Now York
or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runB between
Catawlssa and Wllllamsport,
t.M A. M.
4.41 1'. M
1I.6T A. At
T,8T T. M.
11.S3 A. M.
The adjourned session of Court begins next
Monday to continue two weeks.
M, C. Keller Is serving his ntnctcenlli term
as constable of Orange township.
"Brown's Hotel" Is no more. Last Fridny
It was newly christened, and now Is known as
the " City Hotel."
Don Cameron, it is sild, is about to remarry.
He had belter keen his father from spooking
about the house then.
Will Democrats support a paper which claims
lo be Democratic, but which is always ready to
sell them out for money ?
Capital and labor go Land in hand, K-ich is
dependant upon the other, and he who seeks lo
set them at variance is a villian.
March came in after the most approved lamb
like fashion. To keep up ils reputation it Is in
duty bound to go out like a lion.
Tho Montour American reports two Indict
ments ttpuuhed in Court at Danville last week.
New bills will probably turnip next Court.
vV. C. Johnston, Esq., Kegtster and Recorder
of Montour county, was In town on business
Dr'. I. I,. Habb has moved his Dcntat rooms
n few doors north on Main street, nnd now oc
cupies tho building next to K. Mendonlinll'R
sjore. Dr. Habb is establishing a high reputa
tion as n practical dentist. .
I. K, Krickbaum, administrator of Margare
Karns, deceased, will sell real cstalo In Benton
township, Mnrch Dili, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Tho mnp spoken of in our lost issue pub
lished by J. H. llutlcr & Co., of Philadelphia,
Is n mnp of Pennsylvania, which wo neglected
to stale directly, though it was implied. It Is
one of tho best wo have seen nnd wo nro glad
to have it on our office wall.
It was exceedingly unkind in a member of
the old Town Council who was re-elected at the
late election, to object to the allowance of exon
erations of town tax to a number of poor men.
He ought not to have done It for two reasons,
first because he Is a blatant protector of the
poor man, and second becauso ho received the
votes of nearly all those who pay no taxes.
Tiir New Penitentiary Again, The Dan
ville Intelligencer and some other exchanges are
calling upon the citizens of their respective
towns to take active and prompt measures to se
cure the location of the proposed new Peniten
tiary. Our geographical position and unequall
ed facilities should make Illoomsbiirg the
choice. The advantages to the town and country
can hardly be over estimated. Why do not
A flood Investnicn'. Buy a twenty-five cent
package of Fouti's Horse and Cattle Puwdera our citizens act in the matter ?
to prevent diea-c in your Horses and Cattle,
the ll!ooui-.biirg goes oil In ecstacies
ounit Callemler who was arrested for tho over the success of its factional the late elec'
murder ol Ills Miner, was uicli-irgeil alter a (ion in that borough, all of which turned on the
11EATINO llY STEAM.
A telegram from Lockport, N. Y., snys the
experiment of heating that city by steam, by
the " Hole? system " Initialed there at the begin
ning ol the present winter, has proved success
ful. By three miles of pipe, covered with
non-conducting material, and laid under ground,
through some of the principal streets, about
fifty dwellings and other buildings, Including a
large public school, "have been thoroughly
warmed nil winter by steam thus distributed,
and turned on or oft" as required by tho tenant
with the facility of water or gas." It Is staled
that dwellings more than a mile distant from
the steam generator have been heated as readily
as those next door. Steam metres are provided,
so that tho consumer pays only for what he con
sumes, and the rates, It Is assertcd.do not exceed
the cost of coal and wood under the old system
of heating by fires. It is claimed that the sys
tem can be developed so as to furnish steam
"at fifty pounds pressure, transmitted through
!0 miles of pipe, thus supplying power for en
gines and manufactories, and steam for cooking
and laundry pursue", for extinguishing confla
grations, for cleaning streets of ice or snuw, or
protecting hydrants from frost."
We called the attention of a number of our cit
izens to this matter a year ago, but no one seems
disposed to take a lead In the matter. The fcasl
bility of the plan is unquestioned, and It would be
economical even if only applied to the Court
House, and surrounding buildings. The ad
vantages are apparent. In the first place Insur
ance would be largely reduced. Stoves could
be thrown aside, coll and wood bins would he
unnecessary, and the labor of building ami kee
ing up fires, carrying oft" ashes Ac, would be
avoided. The dirt, dil-t and sutphcr attending
coal (love would al(0 be dispensed with.
Why cannot a number of our citizens who are
nterested in the subject, form a company and
heat the'r houses and offices by steam ?
hearing, the evidence being Insufficient to hold
The Keformed congregation lias unanimously
elected Itev. W. P. Krebs as pastor, lo'fill the
vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr.
Now is the time to get your posters printed
for spring sales, and tho Columbian oflico Is
the placo to have them done, neatly, cheaply
1 t the Ale Wynkoop suit reported last
week, Esquire Morris gave judgment for the
tilaintifl' fo'r $10, The costs amount to more
than the judgment.
Babies are too highly prized to permit them
lo suffer witli Colic, Flatulence, etc., when Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrun will at once relieve them
Price 25 cts. a bottle.
Col. Freeze, Capt. Brockway and J. M. Clark
went to Harrisburg Inst Monday to appear be
fore the Board of Pardons at the bearing of the
cases of Hester, Tolly and McIIugh.
question whether the " poor man's cow " should
be free to browse on its untraveled and verdant
Inncs. The "ring" oppo-ed It, nnd now " a
voter" writing to the Slicnadoali Herald calls
it the " laboring man's victory," So, after this
Illoomsbirg cm be fenced in and made a pas
ture land for the " poor man's cow." Danville
The Intelligencer names the paper, but we
cannot ndvertise for nothing. Local notices
twenty cents a line.
The Masquerade Ball at Evans' Hall last
Monday night was largely attended, and suc
ceeded far beyond tho expectations of thoo who
had it in charge. There were over one hundred
persons in costumes of every description, ele
gant, grotesque, comic, and hideous. Nine Bets
occupied the Uoor at one time. Masks were re
moved at eleven o'clock, after which all joined
the dance and from twelve to fifteen sets were
in motion the rest of the evening. Mr. Thomas
Webb acted ns prompter, and the music was
furnished by the Bloomsburg Orchestra, under
whose management the party was got up. At
least two hundred spectators were present,
Dancing was kept up until about three o'clock
in the morning, when all went home well pleas.
From tho Carthage (Mo ) Banner.)
COMING TO JASl'KIt.
In another column we give the views of Gen.
Brindle on the money questions. The General ed with Lie Masquerade
is known to many of our citizens and has paid
much attention to the subject about which he
A colony of about thirty five persons from
Scarlet fever has been prevalent in town for Pennsylvania is expected to arrive in this city
some time, and there are still a number of cases, to-morrow or the day following. Three gentle-
Parents and others in houses where this disease men of the party, Messrs. Warden, Ale and
itj should be very carefel not to carry it to their Bowman were hero last spring looking over the
What claim upon the support of respectable
people has n miserable little sheet (printed part
ly in this town by one apprentice,) which is
habitually opposed lo all progress and every'
thing that is decent?
The minority of the Town council chosen at
the recent election were nominaUd and sup
country anil also went to Kansas, but forming a
decided preference for Jasper, purchased farms;
one of the farms bought is known as the Mitch'
ell farm about five miles north of Carthage,
and they have also purchased John Wicks'
farm lying immediately west of Mitchell's,
The credit of having brought this enterprising
colony belongs in part to J. L. Bottenfield, J,
G. Leidy and II H. Butter. The former
gentlemen took great interest in showing the
ported by the citizens who pay three loiirins ol parlic3 over the country w,en here, while Mr,
the town taxes, mat is why it was caueci me UllUeri aUnchee of ,ie Banner, who nbout
taxpayers liclcet. I ruur months since came here from the same
town" in Pennsylvania, has written several
Economy is wealth, and by attending to your lettr8 to ,le ,,ewsnaners of that localltv.de
cough or cold at once, you not only save your Bcribinc this county and urging bis friends to
strength, but save your money. If you use any
cough medicine, use Dr. Haas' Expectorant, -o
and 50 cents a bottle.
What claim upon Democrats has a certain
contemptible little sheet which in 1872 offered
to sell the use of its columns to the Republican
party for $500, for the purpose of injuring Mr.
Buckalew, then candidate for Governor?
T. B. Fielders, reporter of the Miners' Journ
al' formerly of tho Sliepadoah Herald, assaulted
Sol. Foster, editor of tho Pottsvillo Chronicle,
villi a whip, cutting him accross the face, for
winch Mr. Foster gave Fielders a good choking.
Why suffer with a bad cold if one bottle of
Dr, Bull's Cough Syruji will cure a cough of
the worst kind. Dr. Bull's Cough Syru is
told for 25 cents per buttle, or five liotllcs for
$1.00 in every respectable drug store in tiie
The Union Benevolent Society acknowledge
the following donations for the month of Feb
ruary. Mrs. M. C. Brittitiu, clothing nnd
shoes; Mrs. Jos. Miarpless, coat nnd shirts;
Mrs. Judge Klwcll, clothing shoes nnd groc
eries; Mrs. Henry Philips, groceries; Mrs.
Norman Pursel, children's clothing; Mrs. C.
Knapp, muslin ; Mrs. Win. llngcnbiicli, dress
and sausage ; Mrs. B. P. Zarr, shoes and cloth
ing; Mrs, Hicks, chairs nnd clothing; Mrs.
l'licbe Wolfe, clothing and food ; Mrs. P, Dill-
en, potatoes nnd beets; Mrs. Boyd Hobisou,
hildren's clothing ; Mrs. V. Boone, clothing
and scrnpplo J Mrs. C. Foruwald, children's
shoes ; Mrs. Mendenhall, nine yards of flannel
nnd two hoods; Mrs. S. N. Walker, coat, hoods
and food ; Mrs. I. Miller, clothing and food ;
Mrs. Win. Nenl, Woollen stockings and shoes;
Mrs. J. M. Nuss, clothing and food ; Mrs. try-
mire, children's clothing J Mis. I. W, Hiirtmnu,
clothing nnd jar of plum butter; Mrs, Creasy
lothing and girls' hat; Bev, J, Thomas, one
bushel of potatoes nnd one coat; Mr, m
Neal, coal ; Mr. C. It. lhicknlow, one bushel of
potatoes and buckwheat Hour ; Mr. Win. Hag
ciibuch, one bushel of potatoes ; Itev. D. J.
Waller, Jr., one overcoat and one dress coat ;
Mr. Bnwlings, thirty pounds of meat; Mr. S.
H.Miller, new shoes; Mr. I. S. Kulm, meat
Presbyterian church collection, fifteen dol
lars ; Methodist church collection, nine dollars,
Mr. H.J. Clark, three dollars ; Mrs. E. Little,
one dollar; Mrs. S. X. Walker, one dollar;
Mrs. C. It. Buckalew, one, dollar.
Notwithstanding tho liberality of the citizens,
our supplies are not equal to the demand, we
again appeal lo the people for aid. I ho room
in tho house of Mr. I. W. Hartmnn, kindly
given for the purpose, is still open to receive
clothing and food, n e are compelled to spend
money for many articles muslin, calico, flan
nel, material for boy's clothing, flour, shoes
,Vc. We would be glad to have our treasury
replenished. Money contributions can be
given to Mrs. M. H. Clark, treasurer of tho
COCNC1 L FllOCEEDraOS.
The last regular meeting of the present
Town Council was held at the council room
on Monday evening, nt seven o'clock, D.
Lowenberg, President, nnd Messrs. Holmes,
Drinker, Jones, Habb, Corcll and Klwell,
present. Tne minutes of the last meeting
wero read and approved,
Tho following bills wcro passed, nnd or
ders directed to be drawn lor tho same.
Pollco services for February $60.00, street
commissioners bill for February f 1G.10, gas
bill $70.21, J. J." Ilrovver rent Ac. $50.7fi, O.
M. & J. K. Lockard, coal $1.80,0. A. Clark,
stationery Ac. $3 08, O. O. Ilarkley, legal
services during year, $102.00. A building
permit was granted W. Ultigroso to erect a
house ou West street, A list of unpaid
taxes amounting to $112.05 wero presented
by M. C. Woodward, tax collector, and ex
onerated, aud a credit of $93 90 was allowed
for taxes on unseated properties for 1877,
returned to tho Commissioners.
B. W. Mcllenry, John llerncr and .1. E.
Sands county commissioners, presented a
petition asking for the erection of a street
lamp on the corner of Seventh nnd Iron
streets nt the new jail. The petition was
Mr. Lowenberg reported a contract with
the Gas Company for one year, beginning
March 1st, 1878, as directed by the Council
nt last meeting, at tho old rale. The con
tract was adopted and ordered executed.
A proposition was made for the town to
accept land of the Purscl heirs on Wido
man's Alley, between Fourth and Fifth
(reels in payment of an assessment made on
their property, Accepted, and necea-ary
pnjers ordered to be drawn. Messrs. Klwell,
Drinker and Jones wero nppointcd a com
mittee lo examine tho Town statement for
tho year ending April 1st, J87S, and report
to the Council, On motion Council adjourn
ed to meet ou tho 27tli inst., at seven
When more than n quarter of n century ngo
Tom Hood stirred the heart of Immunity with
is wonderful " Song of the Shirt," he little
reamed of the revolution that would tako
place in the making of Shirts or that the
day would conic when wo could put on a shirt
without feeling that we are "wearing out Im
man crentures lives."
The manufacture of shirts has become
one of great importance. Thousands of men
nd women nro engaged in this branch of in
dustry. The cutting of shirts has been brought
to n science. The result is wo have better
made, better cut and better fitting shirts than
has ever been in the market.
Machinery has cheapened ns well ns improv
ed all articles of clothing, no longer nro stmts
mnde by '-fingers weary und worn," or bv
eyelids heavy and red." The skilful! shirt
maker with the aid of the sewing machine can
produce from one to two dozen shirts per dav,
nnd can earn wages enough to live comforta
bly. Among all the shirts now in market and
in fact without a rival is tho Pearl Shirt. They
are rnado only by capable nnd experienced
hands, are carefully inspected and are unsur-
passed by any other shirts in tho market. The
fit is perfect. The material is of the best qual
ity. Try them nnd bo convinced. Sold only
by David Lowenberg, Merchant Tailor and
Gents Furnisher, Bloomsburg, Pa.
immigrate to Southwest Missouri. The colony
cumjri8e men and families of energy and caju
tal and will he gladly welcomed by all our peo
pie. They come from Bloomsburg and adjoin
CoUNTEitFUir TiiAm: Dollars A very
clever (and therefore dangerous) imitation of
the genuine trade dollar has made its appear
ance, within the la-t few days. On comparison
with the genuine coin it will be found that the
trade dollars are pinkisk white in line. They
may readily be detected by this jieculianty in
their color. The milling of llie counterfeits is
nearly perfect, but there are alight traces of a
mould, in which coin has been run, visible on
the edge : it is also light in weight, and will
not rebound much when sounded. However,-
no bogus coin larger than a dime will rebound
to any extent, no matter how hard it may be
struck on a wooden surface.
BoAim or Pardons. On Tuesdav night the
Tho deceilfulnesB at times of fome of our i.nr,i lll0 .rUInents in tho case of 1'r.t-
raost trusted friends almot compels us lo lose rick I(.slerj Patrick Tully and Peter McIIugli
our faith in humanity itself. But that tru-ttd
and sterling old remedy, Dr. Coxe's Wild Cher
ry and Sciieks, is ever faithful to its promise,
25 and 50 cents.
All survivors of Anderson and other southern
military prisons who reside in this state, are re-
sjiectfully requested to send their names, com
jianies und numbers of regiments to which they
belonged, together with the names of the
prisons in which they were confined to S. L.
Hagenbaugh, Wilkes-Uarre, Pa., Corresponding
Secretary of the State Association.
Will laboring men allow themselves to be
disgraced by classing among their number a
lazy fellow yUa pretends to run a newsjaper,but
who really spends his time in loafing, with his
baud in Ins pockets, and makes bis one apprcn-
tlce do what little work there is to be done?
For the honest laborer we have great respect ;
the pretender Is worthy only of universal coiv
Colonel J, G, Freeze and C. It. Brockway, of
Uloomsburg.nnd S. P. Wolvcrton, of Sunbury,
appeared for the culprits and asked for a pur-
dou or a communication of the death sentence
to imprisonment for life. The Commonwealth
was represented by District Attorney Clark, of
Columbia county. Tho principal argument of
the attorneys for the condemned was that the
conviction was due to the uncorroborated ovi
deuce of un nccomi)lice,who bad not only been
guilty of murder, but every other crime on the
calendar, Mrs. Hester and her daughter atten
tively listened to tho arguments. The decision
of the board will bo rendered next Thursday.
In the case of Fisher tho Board will take no
LIST OF PETIT JUKUltS l'OIt MAItCII TEItM,
Bloom David Armstrong, N. S. Pursell
Frank Mcllride, E. B. Bidleman ; Beaver
Jcsi-c llittenliouse, l'rauk Ithodes; Benton I.
II. Stiles, Win, Ash, Samuel Appleinan, Daniel
Shullz ; Berwick Benjamin Hicks, Win. H,
Slackhouse; Briarcrctk vm. Hippensteel ;
Catawissa John S. Mensch, C, P. Pfahler, Ja-
V. B. Kline; Centre Freas
The enterprising su)erinlendant of the Ex
change Hotel has made some elegant and con.
Y -iilent additions to the office of that well known
house, A handsome black walnut writing desk
occupies the corner at the left of the door, and rob Federolf, M
a revolving walnut desk for the register Is I Fowler: Centralia David Walsh; Fishing
jdacud 011 the counter. A more comjilete und I creek Win. Eveland, Geo Pe&ler, John Crev
better kejit establishment Is not to be found In I ellng ; Franklin--Washington Parr; Jackson
the interior of the state. I T. S. Christian, John Itantz; Locust Chris.
I .; t,,,n cm,il Moom. i,t: ti,
Pennsylvania Canal. The Pennsylvania ,, wn. 'f.,n...i ifr.,n. m.:., t.... u
..... w. UU11K Jolin. Milllin-A. C Millard; Montou
luii'iuvcmcm ui iis main line, lis nei ..1 u,.r t
revenue wis $237,812.37, a decrease of $US
411.21 fiotu the revenue of 1870. With refer
ence to this shrinkage, tho management say in
their rejwrt 1 " The abandonment of all ttlbrts
to maintain .a reasonable relation between the
supply and demand of coal in August. 1870,
Fred Stauger, John Thomas ; Orange George
W. HJj Pine L. A. German j Scott Geo.
Bloom Wm, WIntersteen, Geo. A. Clark
W. O. Holmes, W. W. Barrett, Michael Casey,
produced a marked iffect In the conmany's Jr.,-Henry Sloan, Levi W. Cox, George A
business during the latter ruonlhs of that year, Herring, C. S. Fornwald j Benton Eli Mc
coal being the principal item of Its Iransjiorla- Htnry ; Briarcretk J. II. Mestellerj Catawis,
lion business. The same cause, with the remit- sa II. J. Keedtr, G. W. Jteifsnyder, Wm. Mil
tng keen competition on all the comiwling lines, ler, George A, Scott ; Centralia John Spring
was felt throughout the at year ; but with the Pishlngcreek Samuel Thomas; Greenwood
increased ucmtlca and reduced expenses of the Isaac Heacock : Hemlock John P. Guild,
canal, it could have endured this, and met its Daniel Voeum ; Jackson-Samuel Vocum j Lo-
interestand sinking fund obligations, but for cust Henry II, Ithodes, Enoch Kester) Madl
the prolonged strike of the miners In Wyoming son Albert Glrton, Jtcbert Manning; Mlillln
district, which stopped all coal slilnients dur- Wm. Creasy, 11. S. Workhelser; Montour
Ing about twelve weeks. Jvotwlihstandlng the John G, Quick : Mt. Pleasant Wm Grimes
luforced Idleness during that period both of the I Orange H.J. Conner j Pin John Bruner,
canal aud ils boating tquliuent, the deficiency I John W, Dawald J Scott II, II. Brown, Wit
lias proved much less than was at one time ex-1 lets Hartniin ; Sugarloaf C. L. Moore, Win
peeled." 1 Peteruian.
Be.vton. March 4, 1873,
In pursuance of arangemeuts a District Insti
tnle met nt this place last Saturday. A large
number of people was iresent. The audience
was comjtosed of the peojile from this beautifu
little town, and of teachers and students froffi
this section of the county.
At ten o'clock A. M. the house was called to
order, nnd Mr. W. H. Snvder, county Superin
endbnt, was chosen President and A. L- Frit
secretary of the Institute. Mr. Snyder in hi
friendly He, nddresstd the audience. He
stated the object of the Institute, and made
few remarks in regard to the imjurtance 1
awakening an inlerent in educational matters ii
this stct'on, The .audience was then favori
with some choice music by a quartette club se
lected for the occasion, after which Mr. Snyder
introduced l'rofessor Noetling, of the Bloom:
burg State Normal School, who gave an exer
ci-e in reading. The teachers anil students
were very much interested in Ids manner of
conducting a reading exercise. He would hav
a'lass read 11 sentence or a i.iragraih until
they thorouuhly iiudtrslaiid it, before irocetding
any further. This should lead them to accept
the motto, "Not how much but how well."
At 1 l M. the afternoon session commences
with music, followed by an exercise In "telling
Prof. Nrotling gave an ixercise in langu.i
les-ons. He was followed by Mr. Snyder, who
explained llie shorter methods of ('.milling ii
terest, He sjioke briefly of the imjiorjance o
inalheniatlcil studies. Prof. Neotling drew
map on ihu board and exjdained the iuip-.rtttnce
of Geographical studies. In teachiig Uecgra
j.hy we should go from the known to the 1111
know. Teachers should commence at bun
and tsach the children the (ieograjdiy of tl
neighborhood in which they live. By so doing
they will moie readily cotiijireheud the (ieugra-
liy of disunl id ices and counties
Tho exercises wero then turned into gener.
juetions. A qucAtinn which is very imjKii
ant to the School Director is the lollowing: I
it advantageous ta have the school year in one
term, or would it be jireferable to have n sum
mer and a winter term? Prof. Neoilin
answerd that it would be belter to have 0111
teacher fur llie whole year audi have one term
than to divide the school year in two terms. It
takes at least (no weeks to organize a school
which makes the turns very short by having
two terms a year.
Mr. Snyder urged llie Directors to lake more
interest in rrgird to having a uniformity of
text Kicks, This Is one of the great stumbling
blocks In our schools. Another drawback is
the irregularity of attendance which is tae fault
of the parents in a great mea-ure. School time
is money. An I every day that a father kees
his children ou, of school, he Is depriving them
of that knowledge which will be of inure valua
to them in afier life than leu limes what they
vill earn at the reeiit.
Another lmHrtant ittui lo the Directors is
the manner of taxation for school nirpu.-cs
which Mr, Snyder briefly exlained, '1 hty can
not tako both occupation aud kiII tax; but the
lax must in all cases be one dollar, If the lax
on the occiijiatlon exieeds one dollar, then It
must be estimated from the occiiiallon, But if
it is less than one dollar take the jkiII tax. A
number of important questions were answered
which weiu Interesting lo Directors and teach
ers. The exercixes closed with mindc by Miss
Haltlo Mclleniy, whose rejnitatiou as a 111 us!
clan Is well known. Among the many jilccea
that she sing anil played were, " Watohlng bv
the Golden Gatus," and "Mother Is the old
home lonely ? "
After a very deasant and profitable, day the
Institute closed and was, wo believe, roducllve
of much good and a credit to those who con.
IttftVct that In evcrv cemetery J of the silent
tenanls ate the victims of ntgteeted Coughs
nnd colds, and If you are thus filleted, oroi'd
thirate by resorting ol oner to Hale' Honey of
Jlorrhound and Tar, an linmnllate, agreeable,
and certain means of cure. Sold by all Ding
glt. Pike's Tooliache DtojH cure In a mln
Call nt McKlnncys for Shoes.
For cheap nlco caslmercs for boya wear
sold by tho yard at David Lowcnberg'it.
Now Is tho time to buy Domcslics nt I. W.
American Watches In heavy coin silver
cases warranted for two years for twenty
dollars at L. lleriiliard'd popular jewelry
etore. feb. 22 tf
P. S. Balcs, jeweller and watchmaker makes
n specialty ol repairing. All work dona by
him is suro lo give perfect satisfaction.
Important Notice to parties nttendlng Court.
Spring; Styles I STlng Sryles !
Just received, the largest etnek of cloths
and caslmcres ol tho latest stylo nnd nt tho
lowest price to be sold by the yard with
trimming for coat jmnts or vest. Il'.youwaut
them made nt homo buy tho goods nnd have
them cut at David Lowenberg's,
We tasted J. F, Caldwell's bread and
found It tweeter and cheaper than ever.
The large stock of Clocks, Watches nr.d sil
vvrwaiu received by P. S. Bates only n month
or two ngo is being" very rapidly reduced by his
extensive sales nt tho lowest possible prices.
BLCCMSBUBC STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NORMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rqv. D. J. WALLER, Jr., A. M., Principal.
Tills SCHOOL, osttt present constituted, oners tho very best facilities for Professional and Classical learning, . .,
Iiuildlnirs spacious, inviting and commodious ; completely heated by steam, well ventilated, lighted by gas, and furnished with a bountiful sunpiy 01 pure.scn
Location Healthful, ami easy of access. Teachers experienced, onlclcnt, and allro to their work, lilsclpllnc, nrm but kind, uniform and thorough. ExpenM
moderate. Fifty cents a week deduction to all expecting to teach, students admitted at any lime, ltooins reserved when desired.
Courses of study prescribed by tho Slate :
I. Model School. II. Preparatory. III. Elementary. IV, Classical.
Adjunct Courses 1 I. Academic. II. Commercial. III. Course in Music.
Tho Klcmrntary. Selenttne nnd Classical Courses are l'lt')FR-Ilt)X.M., and Students graduatng therein, receive statsj Diplomas, conferring tho follow!
corresponding Degrees ; Master of the Klyuicnts; Master of tho sciences: .Master of the Classics, uraduatcs in tho other courses receive Normal cerlincaies
thetr attainments.. Msrncd bv tho onlcers of tho Hoard of Trustees.
1 no course 01 Mud y nrcscrihed by tho Mate Is liberal, and tho Scientific and Classical courses are not Inferior to tlioso of our best colleges.
llonrd of Trusters-
In tho mntler of llie) In the Court of common Picas
Kstnteot Margaret - of Columbia county.
rum era lunatic. )
Citation to show cans? whvenrt.itn sale or reil p.s-
tate inailo by said lunatic should not ho rescinded.
TlIK I OMMONW R U.TII Ol' I'FNS'SVI.V 'l V
To William I'ortn'T. liu-aiand of said Margaret
l'orlner. llilum I'arlccrand Mary 1:. his wife.llerco
Lunger and Aim his wile, and William 11. nemott,
guardian nd litem of Emma Former mid Clark Fort-
At tho Instance of James Masters anil ironrnrt
Klean.er. Committee of Margaret Former, a lunatic
and Aspy.I. Ijijlon and Itebeeea Lu.Monhls wife,
repioeiiiing that on the loth day of April A. D.,
1st: said .Margaret lortnerby deed did grant bar
gain and sell unto the said Ileocccn Laj Ion a certain
tract of land situate In tho township of Mad son In
said county of Columbia arid Mat of Fennsvivanla
coLtalng forty-nine acrcsand one hundred and nrty-
sn perenes iiiorenr ic-siniee simple w lin ineap-
Aim on 1110 saiu nan uay or April, v.
four-tenths ivrclics to a stone, thenco south eighty
llireo nnd a half degrees easl.two hundred and eigh
teen lurches to a stone, thenco by lan t aurve) ed on
a warrant to Mary Scott south thirty-lhreo degrees
east two hundred and fifty-eight perches to stones,
thenco by Ian 1 surveyed on a warrant' to Daniel
Ncyer south "1 nnd a fourth degrees west one
hundred and twenty-nine perches too plno thence
by land surveyed on a warrant to llenj.imln sju k
south sevonty-threo d-.-grees west two hundred nnd
thlrty-tiirco perches to tho place of beginning : con
taining four hundred and forty acres, moro or less.
It being tho samo tract of land surveyed on warrant
to (leorge Never.
sl.ed, taken Into execution, and to bu sold as the
propertv of tho Daavlllc, llazlcton 4; Wtlkesbarre
Ml that certain lot of ground situate In Uoirlng.
IV. Course in Art. V. Course in Physical Culture,
1 Liieir iii.iniiiineniH.. sitroeii ov I nil unicpr ni mn 111,1 ro nr 1 r isrc.s.
DI....Ht l,n,,.u ,,1.1 fnlba lil-a i tit- Tho courso of stud v nrcscrihed bv the Mjiln is llls-ml. and rhn scientific.
. .1 Thn Htntn i'iilr,.u.i hlfrhar nr,lrr nf cltwnn,iln Tlmn,n..,lnini,nt i)ij..ni.i,n,in,.nuu. ,1,1a unLnnl tn (mln tn an-nn. Ir hv furnish
tig people like It ami tiie Dallies cry lor gent and eniclent Teachers for h-r schools. Tollilscndlt solicits young persons of good abilities and good pu'rposes,-lhoso who deslro lo Improve
wo mean Dr, Frailer s Cough byrup. If and thetr talents, as Mudenla. To all such It promises aid in developing thetr powers, nnd abundant opportunities for well paid labor after leaving si
IWU.n.lShLtMrfinr.A .'.' V." ' lil.WlSl'.l., 1'rr.l.lent II
N'cvv nnd Beautiful Spring Styles.
Hats for the .Million. .lust received n
full line ol Hals in nil the newest shades in
still' nnd soft felt for Men, Youths, Boys ami
hililren, cheaper than ever at JMvld law-
GltANI) PUBXITUUK SALB MARCH Dili
OF SOLID BLACK WALNUT SUITS,
PA I STUD SUITS nnd Extension Ta
bles, wood Fent Chairs and cane-sented
Chairs. Louiieps. Looking-glasses. Cup
boards, Sinks, Bedsteads, Bracket'), Picture
! rnmcs and Chromos, also a six atop UL
The above Furniture is New and of the
latest styles, neither second-hand nor cheap
ly made. Sale at 10 o'clock a. lu. nt Cad'
man's lAirniture Store.
Do hot miss tlieso nico spring days to call
on I. S llartman.
Hoot headquarters nt McIIintiey's.
Many consumptives nro now using Dr.
Fruzier's Root Bitters and Cough Syrup
with remarkable; success. tl
Tho lloyal Safeguard Oil at D. A. Crcasy's
is all the go.
Mr. Elisha C. Barton, nu old and much es.
teemed citieu of this place died ou the moriv
ing of the first Inst., nt tho residence of bis
daughter, widow of J. John, at Mount Cnrmel,
Northumberland county, where he bad gone
with his family to spend the past winter. His
death was sudden and quito unexpected, by
even tho members of his family. Ho had
taken cold from which he suffered a few days.
On tho evening previous to his dentil he was
taken with a disease of the bowels, and at one
o'clock in the morning died. He was a son ot
Isniali Barton, whose father was one of the
oldest settlers in this neighborhood j grew up
in this community, nearly his whole life hav
ing been spent here in different business pur
suits, was appointed by the council of the town
of Bloomsburg ns the first Commissioner of
Highways under the town organisation in 1870,
In public and private life his course was up.
right, and at the age of sixty-one years he il
parted this life, leaving a large circle of friend:
and relations, who will long remember him
His widow, daughter of the Into Daniel Snyder,
nnd two daughters, survivo him, and mourn
e iiieir uiu
m leiiKiice'.s , .11111 un iiiu bum loin uay ui April, At , nri,ni- ,n.P,,ol,ln pnimw. nn..n,.- i.nnn3Wi...,ni ,
lt.71. the Mild Asnv J. Uiv on nnd Kcbeeca h s n wu, .........
wife by their deed acknowledged the snino day, described o3 follows, to-wtt : Hounded on tho north
ninieo, unnjuineu nun sum unio uio saui jiarirun-i. by land oLAbratn Itlce, on tho south by land ot Con
borltier all tint certain houe and lot or (rrounl sit. I .. ,, - . .
uate in tho Lorough of Muncy, Lycoming county ,uu ""'ra'ln' un lu wc" oyianaoi.incnaeiiHrau.s-
and state of i'eniisjivanla contnliiliig tun square erand William eager and on tho cast by land of
ftet with the npiiurtfiiances In lee Minnie, thesald nplmdm Lltjy, containing soventy-threo acres more
d-cdS belllgniudeloHCllilIlgelhos.lldl.UldS. 'Ihat which nn rf'l i rtii-lllnt- l.mis,. him
since llie miking of sntd deeds tho said Margaret r less on w men are erected a dwelling house, barn
Foi tner has iiem found by Inquisition taken on Ihu ana oat-uunniugj,
l:ilh dsvof Decemlv-r last a lunatic nnd to havo been
alunauc for is jears last past without lueld In
Tliereroro volt and each or you lavlnir aside all
business nnd e.vcuses whatsoever, are hereby clU'd
io appear oeion- our e-ouri or i;oininon nens lit
IiliMimsburir In and for said county tho first -Monday
of May nent to ?1 ow cause vvhyn decree for tho re-
sciiKiini; or ine nroresuKi uceus ami a reconveyance
ot tho said lands should none made. If such pro
i oilier Miun i in oo ui-iuiTsniuKluiis io mucMdie
Ono other pleco ot land bounded on tho north by
land of Jacob strauser, on tho west by land ot Solo
mon Mrauser, ou tho south by land of I'eterllower
and on the east by land of Conrad llousrnan and
llllam Yeager containing eighteen acres.
One other pleco of land bounded on tho north by
David Lowenberg is now prepared lo give shall bo equitable and Ju-t.
s customers the lull benefit of the red'.lc- Witness iho lloncraMo Will
ot the Mild Margaiet Fortnir upon such terms as lands ot Judge Cov, on tho west by land of Solomon
tion iii all kinds of clothing. Spring
made up at greatly rcduotd prices,
and examine tho latest styles.
ilsm Khv eil President
iiidire of our said Court at li.oenisbuiL-. this nlne-
uviiiuuay oi rcuiuary, .v, ji., iis.
it. ri,,isi ..viiit.
mai eh 1 , Ts-iw I'rotli'y.
If vou have a watch, clock, or any kind of
lewelrv or silverwnro to repair, take it to r. h.
nates who aivvnys gives peneci mui-iucuoii.
Boss Cigars, 2 for 5 cents, at D,
Rubbers at McKinney's.
MeKinnevs Shoo Store below Court
Buying and selling Spring Goods now at
1. w. uartman a.
Since the discovery of T)r. William's In-
.lion (liniment there is certainly no excuse
for sny one to suffer with the Piles. See nd-
A lot with ennd house, barn and out
buildings for rent in Iijoomsburir Apply
to Wm. Krickbaum. mar 8 .ivv'
Admission free at .McKinney's.
Royal Safeguard Oil gives the safest yet
most brilliant light ol any nil in tne worm
I,-.,.- na nt IV A flrPflSvV tllP OIlU' lllllCP In
. . i,. i, ..,, I, l'.,l nwMlM water on the premises,
" (iOOI) APPLK OltCIIAKD,
For a Spring suit made up in city style go
to David Lovvennerg s.
Charles Dansherger; of Danville, was arrest
ed on Tuesday for setting firu to his largo three
story brick building, comer of Mill and Centre
streets. The first floor was occupied by
Charles I.imbergcr ns a harness shop. Tho
second floor was formerly ued ns n residence
nnd tho third floor was occupiasl by Calumet
Lodge, Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
Dansherger gained uccess to the lodge room
and bored holes in the joists, poured kerosene
into the holes, nnd, after turning on a full
head of gas, placed a lighted candle in the
middle of tho room with the expectation (hut
when the room was full of gas the lighted cau
dle would cause an explosion and set the build
ing on fire. Fortunately the strong smell of
gas nttrnctcd the uttcntion of outside pmtiis,
nnd ii)ion ascertaining thu cause the gns was
cut oil' before en explosion occurred. Then)
was an insurance of six thousand dollars on
thu building and this is the third attempt Dans
herger has made to secure it. He succeeded
in escaping from Iho officers while looking for
bail, and to thn promt time hns eluded nil
attempt to secure him.
N'i:w Mcsto. " AYrrr 6'roy." We have re
ceived a beautiful song und chorus, entitled
".SVrer 6Vny," composed by S. Ttiruey. It is
said to bo one of the prettiest songs now- pub
lished. Any music dealer will mail it lo your
address on receipt of pike, 30 cents. Pub
lished by W, L, Thompson A Co., Fast Liver
That which would have feeincd lmiossibe
and miraculous a few years since, is now re
garded as the legitimate fruit of our mental de
velopment nnd invenlivegenlus. The telegraph,
sub-marine cable, and telephone, have each in
ils successive turn been thought the crowning
marvel of llie age. That a speech pronounced
in Boston should report it.elf oyer the wires to
an audience in Brooklyn, and u hymn played
In New Wk, should be audible in Washing
lun, is Indeed wonderful. But Is It not equally
wonderful that It. V. Pierce, M. P., of Buffalo,
N Y,, an, through his peculiar system of
diagnosis, and without seeing the patlent.oblaln
as accurate and perfect a knowledge of most
chronic diseases as though he had madn a per
sonal examination 1 And Is it not reasonable
to supfcsxs great progress has been made In
tho occult sciences as in the more tangible and
readily-demonstrable problems of melaphysio-,
where each new invention Is but the logical se
quence of the one that precedes It ? The failure
of physicians lo fulfill their promises has creat
ed a wide-spread feeling of distrust ; but Is it
right to condemn all physicians because the
greed or Ignorance of a induced them to do
wrong? Many are prejudiced against Dr.
Pierce's Family Medicines, and erroneously
f.ncy ihem to be " cure-alls," but has not the
Dottor repeatedly disclaimed their ability lo
cure cancer, or give other than temporary relief
where the lung was hall wasted away? By
dealing fairly willi the people, ho has earned
their confidence, and built up a practice so
Urge lu the Ircatintnt of chronic diseases that
the erection of the (Irand Invalids' Hotel, at
Buflalo, N. V., lo accommodate his patients,
became a necessity. At an eipense of nearly
half a million dollars he has erected the largest
and most compute sanitarium In the world,
A Sure Cure for Pilon.
cum euro fnr the wind, blepdlnir. Itclilnsr and ul
cerated riles tins been discovered by l)r. Vv lillnm.din
Indian reinedv) called l.r. William's Indian mm
ii.eni a sint'lii box hasciircd the worbt old chrunlc
ensesof tvveiiivllve and tidrlv ears' standing. o
rn. ris.nl suit, r tlvnn inutesnflerannlv In ir lids won.
derfill soothing lindliliie Uilions, Instruments and
electuary's) do mere harm than irond VV Ilium's
ointment supports the tumors, allays Iho Intense
Itching (parlieiPnilv at night niter getting warm lu
bed), acts as a poultice, gives Instant and painless
relief, and Is prepared only forl'tles and nothing
else, Hiousnndsnf cured pnllentsntlesl lis virtues
and phvUelmsot all schools pnmou ce It the great
est contribution tn medicine of Hit age. It mailers
not how longer severely jou have been suncring,
vnn run 1hi rnreil.
ts .iiik.-iiii M nwler. c'leielshd. Ohio, writes: I
suffered for jeiirswlin Itrhlngimd 1 icernted Piles,
tried remedv alter n ineilv advertised, and consulted
phvslctnus in 1'hlladelphli, lml-UUf. Clneinnall
nnd this city; and spent hundreds rf dnllnrs, lint
found no nllri until lolilnlnedn bnv of nr. v llll.uns
Indian oiniminl seine inur inoiuns ngo nnuii n is
ciirel run cnlniili telv. 1 llinl il tl.llt (if the IkiX led
which I gave to a friend of mint- w ho had dot ton d
with mans rhjslel.iiis, and as a last icsert vvei I 10
tie, noted Hot si rit.tr . Arkansas nr ireiiii.ini
llolniorms me that the Italian ilrdment lms nlso
cured Mm c( the piles. Ir Is eir'aliilj aw lurid
dlscovcrv, and should le used hv U n innny tiiou-
snnus v.1.0 1110 now suiiering vviiu inu uicuu uis-
ff"tiO,fno llewmd will be paid for n mcreceiiiiq.
remedy. Sold by nil muigl-is. I It. u. W. I'K.v-
ZIKli, sole proprietor, I'Kviiui.d u.
DON'T NKHLKCT A ( til'd'H
nr Cold, when iiv ei ids will buy a 1'o.tlloc.f nr. Fiu-
7lers cough svrup .11 nn.v urug Fine, ir mis
vvioughl a loiupltte change In the I'ou.di Mediums,
IS plesani asnui.t) una uiw 11) seines.
Sf- Dr. l'razler's cough svrup usid In connrrtlnn
wun nr. tr.tiers koui i.iuers wna.ii'UMussi-Mr
standard Meam Laundry. Cleveland, o, Oct, so, 'M.
int. ricA7iE.il. ii'ur sir. 1 nil 11 u um 1 luwcio
snlTirliig humanity lo wrltejou. lor some Itine 1
was sorely iiftllcled wllh a cough, raising had stuit,
vv nil every si niptom or being a conHrined consump
tive. I tried dfrreientmedUlncs and cures without
rinding relit I: I also consulted Ihiee of our most
pioinlnent (levelaud phiflclans, the last one of
w hlih pronounce my cuso serious, and lnfonr.ed ine
that I could not live moro than afew niruiths. About
nils lime, healing ot v our wonderful success. I com-
lliemcu iusiuk ,uui cjiuihu iu.jue.ttuM nnnju.1
ltout 1'tltcrs, and was ntoneo benentted, and after
using tho luediclho some two months I nnd luvseif
enlireiv eureu. juiiiu..sur. mirtiVt
rir Mr. nunn again writes, unuer aaie 01 August
4, 1S7T, Dr. Krazlcr, Dear Mr 1 1 can endorse ) our
medicines more sirongiy man ever irora mo met
mat 11 is now neuriy 010 esr since iwascunii.
My lungs are to-ilsy strong and sound, hav tng no re
turn nf Die disease.
fsrihe nbovpj Medicines speak for themselves.
lilt, u. vv. r nA7.ir.il, rieptieior L-teveiana, u.
Tor Salo by all Druggists,
ixc it, i7My
Strauser on the south by laud of Abraiu litcoand
on tho oast by land of Abrim Itlce and Leonard Ad
ams, containing 15 acres.
Seized, taken In execution, and to bo sold a3 the
property of D.ivldlt. Ilcivcr.
All th it certain lot or pleco ot land situate In llrl-
arcreck township, Columbia county, Pennsylvania,
described as follows, to wit : Hounded on the nort h
by land of .tamos 'Duty and others, on tho east by
luiid of Joseph hUickhouse, south by land of tho
heirs ot m. v. He idly ami on the w est by hind of Ow
en Suit, containing three hundred acres more or less
about, thirty ucrei cleared laud nnd the balanoi
well timbered, on w hleh Is erectod a small stable.
died, taken tn execution, and to bo sold as the
property ot John Seybert.
All that certain lot or pleco ot land situate In I'lne
township, Columbia county, Pennsylvania, desert bed
as follows, to wit : Uound.'d on the north by land of
Samuel Snyder, on the east by lands of Daniel
(iordncranl Jackson Lyons, on tho south by lands
ot llenj.imln WlDtersteeu nnd Itichard T. Whitinlre
and on the west by land of Thomas Low, containing
llfty acres more or less, on which are erected a I'lank
liouse, framo barn nud out-buildings.
Silretl, taken Into evecutlou and to bo sold as the
property of A. J. liardo.
All that certain lot or piece of land sltuato 1 u tho
Towuot Dloomsburg, Columbia county, 1'ennsj Iv a
nta, described as follows, to wit. Lot No. lit m irk
ed In general plan of lUoomsburg, bounded on the
(lood Hark ll.irn, Wagon House and Corn Crib, good north by an alley, on tho west by land of John Mo
out-bulldlngs. good spring nud spring house, good foci Iclc, on the Sjuthby Canal street, and on the
east by land ol Jonathan Chromos, containing rsi
feet front and 113 feet In depth nu which are erected
u dwelling house and uut.b tlldlngs.
seized taken Into execution, and to bo sold as the
pt opc rty ot Tobla s Henry,
All that oeria'n lot of grounil situate In Locust
towu'LIp, Culumblo county, l'ennsjlvanhi, described
XJ VISITING CAHU.1,
1V1STEIH. .('.. if..
Neatly and Cbcnply printed at the C01.USI
W VALUA HLU
Real Estate! !
In rmratinnco of tin order ot tho OrolifinV Court of
Columbia uountv. tho un-lerMnect Administrators,
A.C., ot MiclUPl firmer, Lite vt iho Tuwn of ltlonnis
burtf, said couiity, do'd., . Ill expo-io to public talo ou
mu prt-imst's un
Friday, ilurch 1j, 1SK,
lenPlnp at io o'clock, a. m., n Tract of I.an1
it .Mum towiuhlp, wild county oE (.'olumUa.c
or les. adjolnlnif lands of Aaron Ma-dot
1 Miller and others, and a public load, wlier
TWO-STORY DWELLING HOUSE,
and ether ft tilt trees hind In a rood state of culti
vation, A iiiiille iokI runs thruuirh tho land und
one on north side ; convenient to school aud church.
Tkkvis or Sai b Ten per cent, ot one-fourih of
Uio purchase inoiiev lobe pul,l nttlie striking down
or 1110 tironeriv. tut! oiiL'-tnuriu less 1 10 ten
cent, at coiitlriuatlon absolute, and tho lematning
threisro'iiiiiH in onoear tie realtor Willi inierc
from continual Dn nisi. Tenants smrc of irtnln In as follows, to-wtt : Hounded on the north bvbv land
thoirrouiul to lie reserved. Deed to be delivered at of Augustus Mrauser.un the east by land ot Solomon
exiK'iiaa of purchaser. AAI()N ouhvk, lilder.ouihosouthbyland of Wlllimlkachandi.ii
josiil a ' ' ' khmam, weai uy i.iuu 01 Aaiuuei fcuujier, containing
feb. w, !S-ts Administrators.. I'D acres, more or less, on w hlch Is erected a dwell-
"V, n t-TirrTiivi"; 7", "i" ing house, bvrn and out-buildings.
OlLJiiLliLj:!? O bAljrj. s.l.i0ji ,aucn in ovcculton, and to be soli us the
property oia.iuies liostenbauder.
All that tract or parcel ot laud situate In Scott
township, Columbia county. Pennsylvania, bounded
on tho cost by land of Juhn Kelchner. 1 Ing be.
tvv ecu thu Pennsv Ivnnla canal and the Sunpiehanua
liver and i mining to a point on the west at or near
the aqueduct nliova D-py, com atulng about seven
acres, moro or less.
All that eertntn lot ol ground sltuato In the town
of Uspy, cclumbU county I'enusjlvanla, bounded
and described ns follow i: do iho north by Main
sirtei, oust ny lot of ji. c. Mccolluni.wulh bv itn al-
being 41 t feel front,
Ily vlituo ot sundry wills Issue.! out of tie
Coui t of Common I'lo.u of Coliimbli cjuuty and to
mo directed will bo exposed lo publls sale uttl.e
Conn Housoot tvvoo'eioek: p. in., on
WUD.MDAV, .vlAKCll al. 1678,
A ceitaln lot of ground situate In the town of
lUoomsburg, Columbia county, run.sjlval.tJ, d.
scribed aa follow s : bounded northward and cast
vvardl tiyau alley, southwardly by lot of M, a
Woodvvaid, und westwnrdlj by ui,t hirtit, titiigiis
feet front and luT feet deep more or less, vvlieivuu
are erictcd u traine dwelling house, Malle and out,
Feled, tal.cn Into e(ctitton,ar.d lo sold as the ley and west by luidel Kccl
pi oirty ol uisj-or Kressli i .
A I. Ml
All ihofe certain four Haitsof laud situate In Tea
ver township. Columbia loui.ty, and Mate of 1
svlvtifila, bounded and u scribed us fo'Iovvs : duo of
theiu higlniiini; ui n petal tho south-west comer
of it tract of land sinveji d on avvurnuit toCatha
rlne loiigeiiltrgtr, ti.cnic Ii tho said Catharlco
Longi itLerger liait 1 iiihtlMit n decries west two
h'Uidrtd and tevcnly.lwo reichistoa nosl.tlience
noitli .Twtnly-cno degucs west one liundied and
twelve iercl.es Ion jcn, ll. nre ly lend Fiirveyed
In the naii-.ec r lln ims It men south seventy ele
git es west cue iiiiiuiied unit slxtv pirtl i a Ion nosi
thence Ij 'nnd unvijid In tie lane of Hanlcl
Nejrr noiih sljtiin ti.d a halt iicgiees east
Ihrie hui.dred aid ievr.tj-i.li,o rtiiliisto a post.
t hence norili sev enty-t Ight ill gi c es i list i Islity-four
IKrihes to a poi-t, Ihcnce by land if Jesse llrooks
ncrlli twelve clegiecs wist ilghttt n prrclusto a red
oak, thenco by land In lio naino nf Jesso llrooks
and 1.3'. !.! In depth, wheieon ac erectcdlvvo
tvvostoi) dwelling houses.
Seltd, taken Into execution, nnd tolio sold ns tim
I'lUl'vllJ UI AiOUlO I ItOOge.
All that undivided tl.nc-tentlH of tho undivided
onc-Mui Hi tf tho following tract ot land, situate In
JacKson township, Columbia counly, l'a., boundo
and uescrlbed us follows, to wit: Heirlunlnir at a
stone a corner of land of Mathlas Ithone. thence In
land In tho wairanuo nniuo of Wesley Hess north
forty ui.d a ipiarti r degrees west thru) bundled nnd
lifleeu perches luon Ironvvood trto cn county line,
inenco nicng ilo tamo south furti -seven and a Nil
degrees west th no hundrnl and sixteen perches to
a sioue, inenco uy land In the warrantee name cf
Sumuil Vorls south lever.lj-tliri'o degrees east
three bundled ai.d four rihes to a stone, thence
i) ianu ot jesso ithone noilh seienleen and a quar
ter east thirty-seven nnd livo-tcutlis perches to a
stone, and thence noith eighty degrees east ono linn-
north seventy-eight .let rees iat , Ighty perches to f, i 'h . Z ?e" ,' , , T9 7," '"'n'
a post, the placo of beginning; contal .tnu Ihiee rlJ-,Vel", , trC,l'C" tu 1,10 vaee0' 'nnlngi
hundred and seven.y-tvvC nnd iree foimh'scres. Wy 'folfr S
and allow iiuces, more or less, siii.ev,. Ion warrant ,r;:,;:"S0, felrlCt mtauri;t tbo
lo .uitirovv i i.ii u, uated tho !3d daj of August. lToj,
su.-uiio oiuer ci ihem, becliiniii at a rw. tho
smuu-vvest corner ottl.o abovo described I ract sur,
leje.loniiiiarruntlo Andrew Clark, Ihtiicobvtho
western lino of said Andrew c lark tract ii"i lh sti.
leen and a half degrees wist three hundred nnd
some more or less.
All the undivided one-fortieth part of tho follow.
Ing described tract of land situate In Jackson town,
ship nnd sugarloat tow i ship, Columbia couuly.l'ei.n-
sjivuiua, iouuccuniiUdciKilbediis!c.ll(iW8,vU.: lie-
St'V I'lll V tllllll llCrfllftu t(l n I.. 1. I
....n.i ., ,, usrnr ,i . Z .. . , I giiiuiug at ii ciifsi Hal oak, a cornel lulaudd Havld
A GK.NTLK HINT.
In our f tylo of climate, with ila sudden
r:"7' "u" lwl)''' I'crcnea weit ono ,,irt.( nil tutv.rour net. i.es :
to ii nine, inenco nv i.imi survei.,.! An u.rmn, ,,, .. .... -
ihi,.iuoJUI.uiiiii iweutv-stv uerrn'S cost ono 1,1,,, 1 ,i .i,i,, ..,... ...
e liuiidretl tn
Ihcnce noith foiirtcin and a half deitl ees east one
Sale of a Railroad.
Tlic Uutiville, Htlzlelon aud
In the Court ot Common Picas of Columbia county,
Penn'a. In Equtry, So. S, December Term, 19". Be
tween W.M. I. (lltEK.Vf)Ueill, Trustee rialutirr, and
THKUASVILLK, HAZLKTOS AND WlLKESIlAHHB
KAILUOJiD CO.MI'ANV, Defendant.
Under and by virtue ot a decree entered on the
nrtUdjyof February, A. Ii., lsis. In the above suit,
tho undersigned, to whom all needful authority lu
tho premises has been gtven, will, oa tho TWENTI
ETH DAVOKMa'hcH, a. D.,lST,at 12o'clock-,noon,
at the COUHT IIOUSB In tho TOWN 1 r III.OOBH
HUltU, in the COfN rV OP CUI.UMIIIA, l'ESNSYL
V'ANIA.oxposo to Public sale the ralroad, franchises,
property, real and personal, ot t ho aald Danville, Da-
j icion alio vv iiKesoarrii iiHiiroaui-oiiiiiiiuj, 11 . im
wnoiciine or liauroati 01 saia vouiiiauy. uum uw
borough of sunbury lo tho borout;h of IIaleton,ana
to such othr point as pursuan t to existing laws)
shall be fixed as tho terminus ol said Itallroad, the.
sameljlntr, liclng and situitc In the countljs of
Northumberland, .Montour, Columbia and Luzerna
In the state ot Pennsylvania, with t's appurtenan
ces, and all lands, property, estate, railways, ties,
rails superstructure, sldo tracks, brldscs, viaducts,
walls, culverts, fences, light otvvay, tnnchlne.shops,
depots, grounds, station houses and other
buildings, tenements. Improvements an I structures
ot every kind and nature whatsoever.now connected
with, owned, held or erectid and used by tho said
Danville, Hazleton and Wtlkesbarre Itnt'rord Com
pany for tho purpose of operating, completing and
maintaining their said Kallrcad, or the accommoda
tion ot tho business thereof; together with, all the
ways, roads, switches, streets, passages, easements.
waters, water courses and grants and all tho rights
and franchises thereunto belonging; and also all tho
machinery, rolling slock, tools and Implements and
materials, connected with tho proper equipment
ot tho satd railroad; and also all tho rights, liberties,
prlv Hugos and franchises of the said railroad compa
ny, and all tho estate, right title. Interest, property.
claims und demands ot any nature and klnrTwhat-
soever ot the aald railroad company, In tho law or
equity, or, lu and to the samo nnd every part and
parcel thereof ; also, all thoso certain ITOTTH.
TRACTS OF LAND sltuato In Bea
ver township, Columbia county, and State of Penh-
s) lvanla, bounded and described as follows : One ot
them beginning at a post at tho south-west corner of
a tract of land surveyed on a warrant to Catharine
Imgenberger, thenco by Uio said Catharine Longen
bergor tract north sixteen degrees west two hun
dred and seventy-two perches to a post, thenco north
twenty-one degrees west ono hundred and twelve
perches to a post, thenco by laud surveyed In the
name ot Thomas Lemon south seventy degrees west
oneliundred and sixty perches to a post, thenco by
land BUrveyed In ibe namo ot Daniel Neycr nortu
sixteen and a halt degrees east three huudred and
seventy-nine perches lo a past,thenco north seventy
eight elegrees east eighty-four perches to a post,
thenco by land of Jesse llrooks north twelve degrees
west eighteen perches; to a red oak, thenco by land
n the namo ot Jesse llrooks north seventy-eight de-
gices east eighty perches to a post, tho place ot be
ginning ; containing three hundred and seventy-two
and three-fourth acres, and altovvaiices.inore or less.
Suiveyedon warrant to Andrew Clatk, dated tho
iid day of August, 17U3.
Ono other ot them, beglnula? at a post, the
soutn.w est corner of the alioie described tract sur
vejed on warrant to Andrew Clark, thence by tho
western lino of said Andrew clalk tract north six-
teen and t halt degrees west three hundred and
aeventy-nlii) jierches to 11 post, thence by land sur
veyed on warrant to Mary Scott and Jacob Neyer
somuseicnty aud a halt degrees west eighty ltercliea
to Etones.theiK by landsurveved lu thu name of thu
said Jacob Never south seventy-tour and a fourth
dejrees west ouo hundred and twenty-nine perches
to a pine, thence by land sun eyed on warrant to
lienjimlu Mock south, tvventy.slx degrees east one
hundtednnd ivvenly.nvo perches too nine, thenco
by land survejed on a warrant to Georgo Neyer
south thirteen degrees east two hundred and sixty
nine and nvo-tculli perches to n post, thence by land
survejed on a warrant to John Ilannon, Jr., north
seiorfly-elght degrees east ono hundred and sir
perch's to a hickory, thenco by land survejed tntLe
name of Jesse llrooks 1101 tli IS degrees iitsllweuly
elght perches to a )ast, thenco by Hie same north
tcT.-ntj'-olght degrees cast tilnetj-slx jierches to a
post, tho place ut beginning; containing four hun
dred and forty-two und a half acres, mora or less
being tho same tract ot lnd survejed on warrant to
Daniel Nejer dated Ivventy-tldrd ot August, JIM.
0110 other of Ihem, bcglnnlm; at a post, the
south-vvcsl corner ot the last about described truct
surve.vetl on warrant to Daniel Neyer, and thenco by
tho said Daulil Nejir noith thirteen ilogiceswest
two hundred und sIMj-ulne and live-tenths perches
toaplue, theniuby laud of lienjanilu Sjoct soutli
slxtj.four tl 'grei'.s west to the lino dividing a part of
this tract sold to Jacob llasler, thence by the said
lan lot Jacob llasler to tbo northern llnouf land
survejed on wnrrant toJohnlinnnon, Jr., thenco by
mo same n'rth seventy-eight degrees east to a post
the. placo of bjginnlng ; containing tw u hundred and
stxt j -utne and three-fourths acres, more or lcs,lbc
Ing a part nf a tract ot land survejed on a warrant
to (leorgo Neyer dated twent j-lhtrd ot August, lt3.
And the other ot them beginning at stoncBlna
line separating It from lands sunejed on a warrant
to Ileujamlnsjock, thenco north t ight and a halt
degiees west Uuee hundred and thirty-three, and
four-tentii perches to a stone, thence south eighty
tim e and a halt degrees east two hundred and eigh
teen porches to stones, thenco by land survejed on
.1 warrant to Mary Scott south thlrty-tlin-o degrees
east two hundred nnd ilftj-.elght nhes to stones
thence by laud survejed on 11 warrant to Daniel
Nejer south Tl and n fourth dtgrces wen one
hundred and twenty-nluo penhes lu a rlne, thenco
bylantlsuivejedou a variant to lienjsuiln Sjock
south sexe Lty.thlve degrees west two hundred and
tlilrtj'-threo penhes to Iho placo of beginning ; con.
talnlng four hundred and forty acre, moro or leu,
It lielug tho same tract of land suneyed oa warrant
10 1 leorge Neyer.
i.ortn cigutj-oiio nnd thrcc-iiuarlor decrees
ono hunt red and nine! j. four reuhes lu a hem.
sliino often iiiteruii.lc, in a.ioclo day,-it 0 l" Ki":.1 -
''c'r. al," -oventylght degrees east one hundred and six ! I?
is no wonder that our, iliildrcn,
relatives aro so liequently taken from us bv Wr, i,es t i,i,.v,t,v ., Z. . " . . ." '-o millian ccuuly line souih foitv-
neijlectfd colds, half tlio deullis rcsultin'' uameuf Jesso brooks uoithi,doL.i.s,,v.ci tl,',,, 1 H'vl" "da l.idtdigitcswwttnehundrednndiluht
directly lioui tliis cause,
perches to an trouvvood, theme by land In the war.
, uuitiu ,,1 j.ti-1 eiiriiL tierciiei. ill niui.r inniis.i hut,,-,.-
fclioefl licrman iyiuii kept about your lioino sevenl.-elght degrees east nlnely-six inuhestoa V Mmuei M'ji.ard south forty and a
lor iliuucdiato ufo will prevciit fcrious sit k- posl.llw placoot beginning; containing four huu- Iuoiut degries east thrio liundiid Bli uriteu
iiess, n larjjo tlnctnr's bill and perhaps death, dred and loity-two and a half acres, more or 1. ss, !? , ?, '!"', ,'Ct 1 y 01 ,l10 MM um
by tho use ol'ttirco or four doses. Vor cuiing Mag the same tract cf laud survejidon wairuii- to , , , . ? y ,l-',u' 'ttrlj-nltio end
Cplisuinption, Ilcinorrh'aro, I'lieuinonia, He- "'u1''' Nej er dated ad of Augu.t, i;m. I'luut-uniiiieiil.eslon eluinutnnd ilteiuvsuuili
vcro Coutths Croup nr liny disean) of Iho .--on ether of theiu, ,,.gii,i,,g at a post.ihe 't' ' ) ', '. VtV re"J''''"..-'''l'l' Iitcl.is.ti. the
Thioat nr Lungs, itssticcess isbiniply wonder- "" est corner of iho last above ilesciiud iract ?i? ,L h ,1.! 11 '"ur ,'u"uu'1
lul.usyour 1 riicg st u 1c yon. (lermaii """'leuoti wurrant to Hunta No.vcraiid thenet. by 7." ' ,1 'V 11 'M'a,r41
Sv Uliis iiowsnufiii evori.tmv, ,1 ,dll "'-' said Daniel Nejer noith lliliteen degris west ",l'"k,1'' ! orless.
1 . .
011 Ibis cominrut. Sauinlu lssttlcs lor trial. lwu u"ulw '""isuty-nlue ami nve-uiith peiouos
lOo j regular mo, 7flo. to u pine, thence bj lander Benjamin oeksoulh
ipril.'7, 77-Iy jl
suty-luurtlegiiS'SWiSitotheliiiedlvldliigii,nituf 1 "risin lot rf groiiml ntuate Inllir-town
iui nam eoiu 10 jaooo iiasier, Ibeuce by the said , . wmuj, 1 n., uttarits ii us
' agents aouriiai. u nanilsou.1
page Journal, bilui full of liitoen lu Agents,
linen eopv tent lief. Autsis' Jociissi, 1
.tw. Ill, ,s 1111
PUBLIC SALE HAND BILLS
rriiiteil at this Oflico
ON SHOUTF.ST NOTJOU AND AT THE
MOST Itl.AKONAULE TERMS,
tiiiuuwacou nosier 10 ino uortueru lino ot land . . '"""oiuiny 1 i.igenl.
it'Sr..!1 P"f'C)loaw.irrauttoJohnliirron.Jr..thwieeie ". ",0 Xlt'1 "y UrU,ro t,n-t' cn thetouthby
Mh " t"o "W norm seveutj .eUht dogrcwi e t lo a st , . , .' B u IUB i u-v UiEU 'r.sharp-
S'. 1 . the Place ot bogluulug 1 cunUilnlitir iwo 1.1.., 1,.. ,,h ' ccnlali.lug sa fu t front and lx, feet In ilenih.
J'' suu-ulueaiid thrcvfjuitlii wi os mwe or Ks. be- , . ' r""wl a ostcry frame store lious,-,
In. a n irt of a tract of lu,l s,.,.- ' .. . " ''tl ouiouiwingi.
tuiioorgn N. vor dat 'd M nf August, l.tu l-i tzed, taken Into extcullui, and to lo sold as the
t.And theotUeroftlieinbegliinlogatstonrslna I"'0K'r,' " v- "uwr.
line separating It iron, landssuivejedoiia vvurtunt 'ifiX.' U(Jl U AJ fc' kalc' 'bcrwlso property
iuu iijouim ojucn.menee north ilghtand ahi'.f ,.,v ...
aegKswet three hundttd and thirty inue und febmi-u "OrrJIAN,
Tin) property W ll bo told as ono entire lot to the
higest ninl best bidder, upon his signing thecoudl
Ten thousand dollars (Il0.no ) of the purchase rnon
ey shall be paid In cash w hen the property Is struck
otr, and the balance within ten daj. ITovlded,
how ever, Ibe jtaj meut ol the balance of the Durchase
money may bo made In such of the bonds aud over
, due and unpaid rour.cr.siu reef of tin Danville. Ila.
zlilon and Wliketbaue Itallroad Company usarese
fared by Its inorlgugt, made to Miepherd Kiiap;,
deceased, end the uudeisigned ns 1 rustles, dated
October Ist.isoT. Eah bondar.d coupon to bo re
"elved for an amount equal 10 ll.elrillvldriidcnrinal
settlemeut, Tpun ee nnimalloiieif the saleby said
court, the purchaser or purcbatcin upon a full com
pllaue-o vvlih Iho conditions of sale, sudlhe trdrrof
e'otirt innde or to be inmle, louehing ihe j uj imnt ot
the pun base money, shall Iki enlltlid Intake and
hull all the puiil.atid rueny, rallioud. lights,
!iaiiiblsiiund ui purliiiiiits.lite Him hi) elului
or Ueuiund of the l'omtlle.llazleicu and llketbarre
Itallroad t cnipaty lUrelu nr thciilo, l way ol
tsiully of redcrnj Hon orolbervvlse,
WV. I. (Hll-KMIVIIII. Trustee,
ler further lnfoiireilon sptlj to
SAMl M. Ul'M'INli THO.M1-SON,
ICVNtEL lull 11tlK.tr,
jxo gut uvuth louithnieir,
fi'b.U, IS-1 1
i t.AMs MJ I !-.&,. un ojxllhoutieajwicim.
i 1 fa. -Ou u the ouLCKSUJi (amoc-