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TEffi COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUllG, COLUMBIA COI ftT Y, fiC
PLOOHHBUHU, FUIIIAT, A PHIL 6, t9
fPTT T? PHT TlUflll A "W The rnemWnofthe new Town OojatoAwer.
1 H III UULUJllDJllW,, oworn In at ten o'oloak last Monday moral.
The first regular rotctlna; km held on Weilnw-
day evening, but owing to the unavoidable ab
sence of two members the appointment for the
year were postponed until Thursday night.
Would you hurry those who are near and
dear to you to their ware ; and would yon
mete out the name fate to yourself for the price
of a bottle of Dr.llaas' Expectorant for cougln
anil colds? 25 and (0 cents a bottle.
Rail Konit time Table.
LACKAWANNA & IILOOMSUURO HAIL ROAD
T.M A. M.
4.4 r. m
11.51 A. M
Accommodation Train, 6.43 A.M.
Mall Train 7.S9 A. M
Express Train Wl'.M,
" " .6e P. M.
CATAW1SSA RAIL HOAI).
Accommodation Train s.ss A. M. T,ST P. M.
Regular Kiprcss 4.M P. M. .11,83 A. M.
Thron? ti cars on Express train cither to New York
or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between
Catawlssa and Wllllamsport.
Pensions, Bounties and Bounty lands obtain
ed by Brockway & Klwcll.
George Itess has cngsged In the business of
carpet weaving on East street, and solicits pat
ronage. Bishop Howe confirmed fourteen persons at
the Episcopal church on Wednesday evening.
Methcrell'a Cornet Band assisted by the
"Quartette Club" and Orchestra of Bloomiburg
will givo an entertainment at Backhorn on
Friday and Baturday evenings April 12 and 13.
Proceeds for the benefit of the band.
Admission 10 and 20 eta.
Notice to Collectors. Collector! of coun
ty taxes in arrear, are hereby netified that the
same must be settled during May Court.
If. W. MoRrrxoLra, Treat.
The public schools are having a vacation
this week, on account of the numerous moving'-
We are Indebted to the Pennsylvania Board
of Centennial Managers for two handsomely
bound volumes, embodying the preliminary
and final rertorts of that Bainl In tli T.rl.t.
The spring term of the KorraalSchooi;openeil turc.rausmUcj ,0,iat ko,,. wI.i. . m,.
last Monday. Most of the old students and a from ,iie Governor. These books contain full
number of new ones arc In attendance. statistics mnrernlne- llm 1ai R.,.i.ni.i u.M.
bition, including the names of exhibitors, and
a list of exhibits. It is complete in all Its de-
' lTBSTKrVB RINO,
Soon after the execution of the three men,
last week Monday, It was reported that a gold
ring which Mrs. Hester had placed on her hus
band's finger when bidding hint good bye, had
been removed while the body was being taken
down. A man representing himself as a Coal
and Iron Policeman displayed a ring in differ
ent saloons on the same day, saying he would
not take a thonsind dollars for It, that It wss
Hester's. On Saturday evening SlicrM" Hoff
man received the ring enclosed in the follow
PormowH, Pa., March 30, 1877.
Mb. John W. Hoffman, Sheriff:
Dear Sir PI sue enclosed find "Hester's'1
ring that I removed from his finger when I was
np to see the execution's this week. Please re
turn to his family,
Amy Emclk, P. A K. Kmployee.
The taking of this ring was a most dastardly
act. A man who would steal from a dead body
would commit murder. If the fellow is really
an employee of the Philadelphia k Heading
railroad, that company should give him his
deseits by a prompt discharge.
ORDINANCE NO. 22
M. E. Jackson, Kcj., of Berwick, purchased
at Sheriff's sale, the Seyhert farm lying in Sa
lem township, Luzerne county, for $10,001.
tails, and will be valuable for future reference.
Candidates cards are inserted in another
uran. All orders must be accompanied
XI. P. I.uti Is buying spring goods in New
York. Look out for barg.il ns when he returns.
April days thus far have been most delight
ful, and the proverbial showers have not yet
Fo'ltz's Horso and C.iltlo Powders nro rr.
nowned the world over tor preventing and cur
inc diseaes: it is. therefore unnecessary to
give them any further recommendation . Try
The New Hampshire Republicans will have
a majority of in the senate, and 40 in the
house. Last year the legislature was Kepubli
can by 73 majority.
Mcsioal College. Spring session of six
weeks begins on Thursday, May 2d, 1878.
r, t ct 1 ii .
l-reeuurg onyuer m. x a.
March 29 4w
Bev. 8. Mitchell has moved into the house of
N. Pursel on Market street.
Kev. O. D. S. Marclay occupies the house of
C. Bobbins on Main street above East.
The JIises Derrickson have moved their
storo from Hartman's block to the rooms lately
occupied by Miss II. Herman.
F.P. Billraeyer's law oflice has been remov
ed from the Ent building to the Harman build
ing first door below the residence of J, Fetter-mm.
D. A. Beekley has moved on Rock street,
next door to Mr. Appleman.
Thomas Webb occupies the house of J. L.
Giiton on Centre street.
Hon. C. It. Buckalew has moved back to his
residence on the hill.
Bloomsburo State Normal School. We
visited the above school lately and were very
favorably impressed with its beautiful location,
The building is erected on a hill at the out
skirts of the town from which a magnificent
view is had, The building Is spacious and well
ThejMauch Chunk gallows has sent seven I ventilated throughout, lighted by gas and heat-
Mollle Maguires into eternity four in Carbon I ed by steam. The location is healthful and ea-
and Ihreo.in Columbia county. Sheriff Ho"-1 sy of access. There is a good supply of spring
man, of Columbia county, operated it well , on I water. The offices, recitation rooms, parlors,
An ordinance to open Whitman's Alley be
tween Fourth street and Brugler's Alley, In
line with other portions of the same north of
Fourth street and south of Brugler's Alley.
Section 1. Whereas ElWia B. Pursel and
Mary h. his wife, and Norman S, Pursel and
Susan R, his wife, have by deed beating date
the twenty-sixth day of March, A. I). 1878, for
thelconsideration therein mentioned, granted
to the Town of Bloomsburg an alley sixteen
feet in width, through the lands owned by them
from I ourth slreet to Brugler's Alley; there
fore be it devised and enacted, by the Town
Council of the town of Bloomsburg.and It is here
by enacted by authority of the same; That
Whitman's Alley be opened as and for a public
highway of the width of sixteen feet, through
and over the lands of the said Elisha B. Pursel
and Mary E. his wife, and Norman S. Pursel
and Susan K. his wife from the south side of
Fourtli street, southwardly to the north side of
Brugler's Alley, the centre line of the said a!
ley to be a line extending freni the middle point
of said Whitman Alley at the north side of
said Fourth street to the middle point of the
said Whitman's Alley at the south side of Bru
Passed March 27, 1878.
Attest: David Lowendeiui,
Wkslzy Wirt. President of Town Council
Ac, are handsomely and comfortably furnished,
and everything about the premises has an air
of comfort. The school at present offers the
I best facilities for professional and classical learn
ing. The Rev. D. J. Waller, Jr., A. M. Prln-
Cough) Hoarseness, Asthma, or any Irrlla-
tion of the Throat or Bronchial Tubes, will bo
relieved by taking Dr, Bull's Couch Syrup. It
has cured thousands. Recommend it to your cipal has by close attention brought this school Pa.
friend and neighbor.
Price, 25 cents.
Your druggist keeps it.
KiSMim Mrs. J. Kisner deceased at the res
Idence of her daughter Mrs. Russsll W. Stout,
Shenandeah, Schuylkill Co., Pa., March 2oth
1878, aged 73 years, 5 months and 5 days. This
venerable lady was born of Quaker parentage
in Philadelphia In 180-1 and in early life, with
her parents, removed to Oreenwood, Col. Co.
She was converted in her sixteenth year
CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA M, K. CONFERENCE.
Damilte DittrietW. W. Evans, presiding
Danville, Ht. Paul's, W. A. Houck.
Danville, Trinity, I, It. Torrencc.
Northumberland, M. L. Drum,
Washlngtonvllle, L. 8. Clone,
Iola, O. V. Savldge.
Buckhorn, T. O. Cleese.
Bloomsburg, M. L. Smyscr.
Epy and Light Slreet, John Moorhend,
Orangevllle, It. S. Mcndenhall.
Benton, II. B. Furtner and one to be sup
Berwick, J. II. M'Ciarrah.
Mifllinville, John Loyd;
Beach Haven, Atem Britain and R. Shine.
Bloonilngdale, W. A. Carver.
Muhlenbiirg, Owen Hicks.
Slilckshinny, Oeorgc Warren.
Wh'tc Haven, J. T. Wilson.
Hickory Hun, J. P. Benford.
Weatherly, It. It. Colhurn.
Stockton and Beaver Meadow, C. W. Mar
ILizleton, A, M Creighlon,
Jeansvillc and Audeiireid, J. W. Leckie.
Conyngham, O. M. Iuned.
South Hebetton, ('. L lleiicoter, O. It. Hus
Catawbsi, F. Gearhcarl.
Elysburg. John (lu, J. Quidin.
SlismoMn, T. M. Bees',
llelfe-slfln and (lordon, N. B, Smith.
Centraiia, Jno. Horning.
Mt. Carinel, N. W. Colburn.
Ashland, W. G. Fergmon.
Trevorton, J. W. Feight.
Snydcrtown, (1. II. Day.
Sunbury, S. W. Sears.
Selinsgrove, U. Swartz.
II. A. Cumin, professor in the state normal
school, member of Bloomsburg quarterly con
Spring Styles I Spring Brvlcal
Just received, the largost stock of cloths
and caslmeres of the latest stvle and at the
lowest prices to bo sold by the yard with
trimmings fur coat pants or vest. If youwant
them made at homo buy the goods and have
tliem cut at David Lowenucrg a,
A vcrv neclal line of now sttrlne dress
goods at I. W. Hartman's.
For 'sale or exchange. A I Iron axle
spring wagon, new.
John w. (Jinn-?,
Cold Frame Cabbage Plants, 75 eta. per
IN TUB WHOLE HISTORY Of MEDICINE,
No preparation has ever performed such mar
vellous cures, or maintained so wide a reputa
tion, us Ayer a Cherry Pectoral, which is rec
ognized as the world's remedy for all diseases
of the throat and lungs. Its lore continued
serif s of wonderful cures in nil climates 1ms
made it universally known as a safe nnd relia
ble agent to employ. Against ordinary colds,
which are tho forerunners of more serious dis
orders, it acts speedily and surely, always re
lieving suffering, and often saving life. Tin;
protection it affords, by its timely uso it: tho
Tt . 1 1 .1: ' .i ci.:i.i i
uiruill will lull); uisuiucrs ui viiiiur-jn, iiiusu n
an invaluable remedy to bo kept always on
hand in every home. No person can afford to
be without it, and those who have onco used it
never will, l rom their knowledge of its com
position and effects. Physicians uso the Cherry
Pectoral cxlenively in their practice, nnd
Clergymen recommend it. It is absolutely cer
ium in us rciueuiai t-necis, uuu win nivrus
cure where cures are possible.
For Sale by all Dealers.
jl no 1.
BLOOMSBURG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NORMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rav. 2D. J. WALLER, Jr., A. M., Principal.
THIS SCHOOL mat present constituted, oners the very best facilities for Professional a4'lca'ea;n'!;?-,,,rn,,hj ,, . bountiful supply of pure.eoft
Iiiilldlngsapaclous, Uniting and commodious ; completely heated by steam, wetnentllatcd, lighted by gas, and furnlsncd nun a Douniuui uMl v
Pu5tKUhfui. anu easy of access. Toaehers experienced, efflcten;, and alive to their worfc Wsdglno l "tMndj uniform and thorough.. Expens.t
moderate. Kilty eerlta a week deduction to all oxpectlng to leach. Students admitted at any time. Itooms reserved when uoairea.
Courses of study prescribed by thu btatc :
I. Model School. II. Preparatory. III. Elementary. IV, Classical.
. 1. . 1 i it n...- ;i nr n r.i t i A rt V. fViiiroe In Phvslcal Culture.
iUUllCl V.OUTSCS : 1. ACaiieillll'. ll.llillllll'li;iui. hlwiuikiilhush. .. rrintr Miofollowla
Tho' Elementary. SelentMc and classical Courses are PItOPKSSIONAL and students graduat ngUiereln. receive 9ta
cnrro-ipondlni;Icfrrcc3: .Master of liio hlcmenls: Master of the sciences; Master of the Classics, uraouaies in mo umrrvuuiK. ... .
uip r uiidiiimenui.. ipiii uv iu uuk. ui i. "',,, . , . , ,,.HM.n Hum of our best Colleees. . .
1 ne courRO 01 iuu y ori".TUH.ii uy liiu nmw; i nut-iui, mw uw rcimuu .wiu viiwuiwmj. a Vv , ut7.rt7. hoin tn HM-urn It. bv furnlBhlnff inieui
rhesiatnrpiiulresnhlfflierorderof cltlrenshln. Tho times demand It. It Is onoot the prime oblecta of this 80I100 to help itosMure it, py irniiiiuK
Kent and cniclent Teachers for her schools. To this end It solicits young persons ot good abilities and (rood ; P'lrppsea , inuw .Yatar after leavlne school. For
ind inelr talents, as students. To all such It promises aid In developing their powers, and abundant opportunities for well paid labor aiier ieaYiuB ov-v
Catalogue, address tho I'rlnctpal.
HON. Wll.l.I.t.ll CI. Will. I., I'renlilrut Hoard of TriiMces-
Louis Ilcrnhnrd makes and repairs all
kinds of complicated clocks nnd watches.
also fine patent ollico models and designs
made to order.
Tho virtues ol early rising are set down
by Miss Brackett, an accomplished school
teacher, of New York, as entirely overdone,
and in an amusing little paper, entitled "A
Triad of Superstition," sho calls upon people
to renounce the worship of this fetich, and
to givo over being ashamed when early riS'
era take on superior airs of lofty scorn to
wards people who come down late to break
fast. These last, she argues, have really
done nothing to be ashamed of, in sleeping
their sleep out. If they hayo wasted an
hour or eo of daylight, they may have saved
up more strength of nerve tissue, and econo
mised their vital forces more wisely than
the monomaniacs on the other sldo who get
up before the sun does, and burn gas in the
early mornings, to shave or study by. But
tho whole point, which the satirist falls to
A two horse wagon at a bargain.
.(.Schuyler tv son.
Call at McKinneys lor Shoes.
For chean nice casitneres for boys wear
sold by the yard at Uavid Lowonberg s.
Ilubbers at McKinney's.
Look at I. W. Hartman's new Cassi-
Boots and Shoes cheap at SIcKinncy's.
New and Beautiful Spring Styles.
Ilats for the Million. Just received
full line of Hals in all the newest shades in
stiff and soft felt for Men. Youlb', Boys and
children, cheaper than ever at David .Low
A Inr-o assortment of first nualltv onlv of . imierore 5011 and each of you laying iiside ail
1 - -- .- - i --. - 1 nusiness ana eeubes v uniue er. are in-reuy vm-u
touch, depends entirely upon what the early fcilver and silver-plated table ware, such as to uprear before our court 01 common l'leas at
In tho matter of tliel In the Court of Common fleas
Kstateot Margaret or Columbia county.
Kortter a lunatic. )
(.'ltutlnn to showcausn whv certain Balo of real cs-
tatu made by said lunutlc should not be rescinded.
The Commonwealth of 1'fnvsvi.vania
To Wliunm Former, husband 01 said jviarsraret
Fortner, llllam Parker and Mary 1'. his wire.rierce
Lunger anu Ann ins wue. ami imam 11. ueinoii,
KuardUn ad litem of Emma Portlier and Clark fort-
At the Instance of JaTes Masters and Conrad
Kreatner, Committee of Mariraret l'ortntr, a lunatic
and AspyJ. Laylon and Hebecea Lalonhls wife,
representing that on the icitu day of April A. 1.,
1S17 sutd Mnruaret Pnrtncrby deed did ifrant bar
train and sell unto the said Iteuecca La) lou a certain
tract of land situate In the township of Madison In
said county of ColumbUandsiatHof Pennslvanla
contain? fort v. nine acres und ono hundred and nrty-
I six perches moreor less In fee stmplo with theap-
Ipui renaucea : Ann on ine saiu mill u.ty vi pni, a.
I).. 1S71, 1110 ald Aspy J. Laylon and Uebeccahls
wire ny tneir ueeu aeknowieuirtii 1110 same uay,
;raniou, Darirameu nnu soiu unto trie gam juurifarui.
former al thutcertsln houo and lot or erounu nt
uato tn the liorouKh of Munry, Lyoomlnir county
nnu suite 01 rennsjivania couiainintr cxwi square
feet with the appurtenances In lee slinple, tho said
deeds btuig made to exchange the said lands. That
since 1110 maKinj 01 siuu uet'usiim saiu imr,rmvL
l-'ortner has been found by lDqulsltlon lakenouthe
12th day of Heei-mlier last a lunatic audio havo tieen
a lunutlc for is jesrs last post without lucid In
ess and eicuses whatsoever, are hereby cited
to its highest perfection. He is a gentleman of I and united with the M. E. Church, and for 57
amiiiy anu nas 11 is wnoie neari in me interest 1 years mare man halt a century, she was a
I of its success. Daily Amtritan.
JThc Democratic Standing Committee met on
Saturday last at this place, and unanimously I Very few, perhaps, of our readers are Strang
selected Hon. C. K. Buckalew and Hon. J. Q. era to the popular dry goods establishment of
reeie as Kepresentative delegates to the next Strawbridge A Clothier, Philadelphia, but on-
State Convention. No Instructions were given. y those who have visited their store within the
The Chairman, Mr. Lowenberg, was authorised past few weeks can form an idea of the immense
to appoint conferees to meet similar conferees assortment, now on exhibition, of those unique
to select a senatorial delegate.
faithful and consistent member. She was the
mother of twelve children, eight of whom are
still living, The oldest daughter being Mrs-
Hampton of Ashland, and her youngest Mrs.
D'A. Creasy of this place, both ladies occupy
ing high positions In the church and society of
their respective places. Her grandson B. F.
Hampton of Ashland is personally known to
French novelties in dress texture, which of ,he wr,ler' ""1 " mMt Ply ud worthy
late have become so fashionable. mln Miovea ana honored, and an active mem
The 'Babv'a Best Friend' is the most annro- I Fnree!mr the cre.t .l.m.n.1 ihu. .nt. r th M- " Church of that place.
nilate title for Dr. Bull's Babv Hvrun. It is a member of the 8rm tUIim! th. n.nt,r.Pi,,rir. Binc9 dth of Mr. Kisner some ten year
absolutely free from Opium, Morphia and other centres of France and personally selected the ,lnc m"" ner nas been living with Her
powerlul agenls, is perfectly sale and reliable choicest styles, many of which are confined to 1 """ i"uuB .m, nowever, ir me
under all circumstances and by allaying the themselves and are shown nowhere cIm in thla "m" wltn "'n' ,Ba talJ'BS cheer and
(.nnntrv I nappiness 01 ineir nomea, be'ng dearly beloved
- I L ,1 tl, ,t ... .
, , , , . ... . , 1 oy an. one was an ner me a praying woman,
The cheaper fabrics, this firm now, as hereto-1 ... .... ,, . . , !, , , , '
fore, are distributing to their customer, at the K,, mnJ Dur.
,',.,. , , ' two years of h l.fe she surTered much, but In
usual Stomach and Bowel Disorders of Baby.
hood keeps the child from fretting and crying,
so injurious to itself nnd annoying to all. Price
risers get up for, when tkeir work begins,
aud on what houis of the twenty-four they
must put the heayiest strain. The teacher's
work begins at nine in the morning, and
she may make an eight, ten or twelve hour
business of it and its collateral occupations,
continuing these till midnight. Obviously
it would be as fanatical In professionals of
this sort, or in those called to active appear
ance at ten in the morning to trouble their
heads about Dr. Watts' teachings, as it
would be in a night editor, compositor or
night watchman to be disturbed, because
their working hours continue while other
folks are asleep. It is altogether in tho ad
justmcnt of work and hours that the true
balance lies. If the clothes are to bo hung
out for the short winter sunlight It is a wise
laundress that lights her gas early over tho
tubs, and duties that call to work at seven
and are over by six at night, justify the ear
ly to bed and early to rise motto.
But there is a questionable practice of
workiug before break fas', which is not virtue
by any means, but a process that may be
pernicious and exhausting. The sagacious
French, whose second breakfast comes at
snoons forks, knives, caators. &c. warranted nioomsburg In and for said county the tirst Monday
spoons, iotas, L1r'7t" f , ' p'Ti of May next to stow causu why a decree for the re-
the best at L. Berubard s jewelry store, Cad- semdrng vt the aforesaid deeds and a reconveyance
man a building.
Boot headquarters at McKinney's.
llaviil Lnwenberc is uow tircnared to eive
his customers the lull benefit of tho reduc
tion in all Muds of clothing. Spring suits
made u ft at greatly reduced prices. Call
and examine the latest styles.
01 uiusAici mnas sntiuia noitw maue. 11 hui;ii vi
ch calnL' shall not bedlsadvontnceous to tho estate
of the said Mariraret Fortner upon such terms as
suau 00 ctiurutuie hiiu jum.
Witness the Honorable William Elweil PreHdent
judfro or our said court at inoomsuurg, tnis nine-
leeiauuay 01 reuruurj, a. jj., ists.
match 1, TS-lw 1'roth'y
Shoe Store below Court
Best Calico Scents, iu Bbort lengths, at I.
W. llartman s.
Admission free at McKinney's.
For a Sprine suit made ui in city slvle co
to uaviu Lioweuberg s.
New Ginghams, Calicoes, Muslins, &c, at
1. W. llartman s.
A jNcw Departure
From llio MiiiiiifUcturcr to the
; For CASH wo will sell to tho CONSUMKIt In Such
iuanuties as 110 may sceu at
and thus save a'
to the Consumer.
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Every department ef the house is conducted
on the principal of delivering goods to the peo
ple at one small uniform profit above cost of
We would remind our lady readers who can
not spare the time to visit Eighth and Market
street! In person, to avail themselves of this
firm's original Bystem of "shopping by mail,"
which gives the most distant consumer an near
ly as possible all the advantages of the Phila
Reueuv for II.tnn Timus. Stop spending
so much on tine clothes, rich food and style.
Iluy good, healthy food cheaper and belter
clothing ; get more real and substantial things
of life every wsy, and especially stop the fool
ish habit of running after expensive and quack
doctors or using so much of tho vile humbug
medicine that does you only harm, and makes
the proprietors rich, but put your trust in the
greatest of all simple, pure remedies, Hob Hit-
ters, that cures always at a trilling cost, and
you will see better limes and good lieallh. Try
it once. Read of it in nnother column.
Eoiiocaii and Towxsmr Settlements. I
The Act of assembly approved the 31st day I A serious accident happened to Mr. I. Snyder
of Jlarclt, 18,0, (Pamphlet Laws, page 12.) re- on Friday 22 ult. He went to the woods where
quires the auditors of every Borough and Town-1 he had men chopping, and was picking a few
ship to meet annually on the second of Monday scattered brush and being on the opposite side
cf April, nnd audit and settle the accounts of I of a brush heap to the choppers, the top of a
the supervisors, overseers of the poor, and all I tree fell on him fracturing his left arm in two
other Township and Borough officers, except places, between the elbow and shoulder besides
that of school directors, which comes ofl'annual- some other bruises. The wounds were well al
ly on tho first Monday of June. And tiiey tended to, and he is doing as well aa can be ei
must post up the statements, or publish it in ptcied
some of the county papers, so that tho tax pay- A number ol farmers havo been planting po.
era can see the Fame. Auditors will take no- tatoes .Sie.. but the cold weather nf Ki,nH nd
Monday made them think that they were rath
great patienM and resignation. A few days be
fore her death, she left a message for all her
children: "To be loving and kind to each other,
and meet her in heaven." Calling her daugh
ter Ellen lo her bedside before she died she
whispered that immortal language of the Sa-
vlrr: "I am the resurrection and the life!
whosoever liveth and believelh in me shall nev
er die." Her last words were "Oh. dear Jesunl"
The interment took place at Rasemont Ceme
tery, Bloomsburg on the 27lh, attended by a
large circle of relatives and friends.
"There is a world above
Where parting is unknown ;
A whole eternity of love
Formed for the good alone.
And lailh beholds the dying here
Transplanted to (hat happier sphere."
No other medicine in tho world was ever
given tucli a test of its curative qualities as
Iloschce'a German Sirun. In three vcars
two million four hundred thousand small bot
tles of this medicine was distributed free of
eleven o'clock or noon, have their big bowl ly Urupgists iu this country to those
nf pnfTefi and roll before thev iret-nVurative- JNI" uin .-uu.puon, a mi ua, wroup,
, ,, ,. , , i ,, , . Severe Uouglis, rncuiuonia and otlicr disoas-
ly speaking-on their legs for the day. Hut cs of tlle thloat anj luns, ivin tIle Allluri.
there are people so injudicious as to consider can people undeniable proof that German
hot tlior nro tnlrlno- n rnnatlrntlnnal In n I SvrUt) Will CUte thctU. TllQ result lias been
lonrr walk, ride on horseback, or even stir- '!iat .''.'W ' c,ery ,own antl ,yi,laf m
ring exercise in the way of work, for several
hours, fasting, which is about equal to the
wisdom of putting the blast oil in a furnace
when tho fuel is low. It ought to be re
membered for domestic employees who may
havo to work for hours before the family is
ready for breakfast, that a cup of tea in time
may save a good deal of unnecessary weari
ness, and that it is in thn little thoughtful
nes for the comfort of others that true
management depends. The same wisdom
the United States are recommending it to
their customers. Oo to your druggists and
ask wtiat tliey know about it.- -ample Dot-
tlos 10 cents. Regular sire "0 cents. Thice
doses will relieve any case.
April 27,'i i-ly jl
Before purchasing elsehere send for our prices of
STltlCTLV l'UHE WHITE LEAD,
MONTOUIt SLATE PAINTS,
MONTOI H METALLIC WHITE,
MONTOUIt METALLIC BItOW.V,
PURE LINSEED OIL
A discount of twenty per per cent, will bo allowed
to clubs of four or mere pi-rsons. Thus: tour cop
les of Blackwood or of out, 1'evlew will be sent to one
addreai for tl'i so four copies of tho four HeMewH
nun imu-kmjuii mrt-is. nnu su on.
'lo clubs of t4-li lirinnri-. In Bildltlnn tnlhn nltnve
discount, a ropy gratis 111 be allowed to the settler
u,, 1 u,; bum.
ii(E'CTil(niIi.'riON lo clo-M out our present sioci;
otiOO-New anil Hrroml-llnnd lnlrnment., or.
FIVE HKST-CI.ASS MAKERS rri-I.Y wwiiiiM.nmiiii,
prices that 1IKFV CO.MI'CTITIO.N tor this clam
or INSTKCMINTH. AtJKNTll WANTKI fOT WAJ-
KICST M I lllllllll iir.i.i. ni.n.,.
AMIS. ItLUSTKATKD CATAIiXlClM MAlLKn. 1IIIK
Al'E AVATKUM A: Ms, MASrAFACTCRXBa ANr
Alt Kii.t lllh strwf. New ork AUKl
general agents for r-iionltixer Celebrniri! Ir-
mlnm ursnn.. u UB"u'i
New subscribers (appljlngearlj) for the year ISIS
may have, u Ithout cnartre, the numbcra for the last
quarter of 1ST! of such irlodlca!s as they Hubserlber
Or Instead, new subscribers to any two, tbree, or
fourif the aboe periodicals, may have one of the
"Four Hdtlews" for 1677 ; subscribers to all nve may
hae two of the "Four lit views'' or one bet of Black
wood s Matra?lnc for 1S77.
Neither pemluuisto subscribers nor discount to
clubs can Lo allowed, unless the money Is remitted
direct lo thn publishers. No premiums given lo
To secure premiums it w 111 bo necessary lo make
i-uny tii-piiruuun, as iuo siucKavaiianio ior mat pur
pose Is lluilied.
Tho Leonard Scott Publishing Co.,
11 11AK0LAY ST., NEW YORK,
feb 1, 187e.
AT PRIVATE SALE,
WiUow Vale Estate I
lice and govern themselves accordingly.
A xoTHEii Atthmit to Hiicaic Jaii, Ma
fiuiro who escaiied a few weeks aeo from our
county Jail' made another attempt on Thurs-1 wt" "'u r
day to break jiil. The window sill made of I The public schools closed last week with an
iron was discovered to be fiiid off preparatory I unusual number of spelling schools, entertain
to leave in the same manner as before. How nients, &c. The term has been well attended,
he got a tile or instrument to do the work is a and from all appearances a pretly good work
mystery, and it should be a caution to the com-1 accomplished,
missioners to not grant permits unless they An interesting Literary Society has been In pro
know the parlies visiting the Jail. If strangers, gress at this place for the last two years, con
they should be compelled to furnish recominen- ducted by the young people, meeting weekly in
dations. Magulre has since been chained to the Sons of America hall. Such societies are
the floor and escajie is imiiosilble, but, it will productive of much good and should be cstab-
be advisable to be cautious with oilier prisoners JUhed wherever circumstances will permit.
The witty man of the Ann York Tima has ex-
plained, in his uiual felicitous manner, the re
markable advantages we fhnl! all leap from
the phonograph an Instrument by whlih, it is
claimed, the tones of the human voice can be
preserved and reproduced hundreds of years
hence. According to the limes editor, all our
great men at least their voices and words will
The grain in this section looks reasonably I undergo a process of 'bottling,' and 'lit the years
to be' the American host will treat his gueIs to
and guard against everything that may lea 1 to I
aid In tho escape of prisoners. .Iniencan.
The New York .Sim in it report from Mauch
Chunk of the execution of FUher, alludes lo
Illoomsburg and says that Sheriff Hoffman was
drunk when he hung Hester and the others.
This Is a lie, without any foundation whatever.
beverai tramps have made Ibeir appearance
111 this neighborhood recently. Mr. Barnd
of Philadelphia is at present, visiting his friends
here. S. Loiur (formerly of Catawhwal
The sheriff peiformed his duty wilhout a sini-le toyk ,,0Ssesaioii of the flouring aud grist mill
mistake In any 01 the details, uut the (rouble ,t p)aCB ul Monday. Our friend and
with the 290 pounds of bun reporler was tint ..acher Mr. Becker, closes his uresent term of
ne became impertinent ana insuiieu me sneriu iooi next Monday, having taught 6ve months.
111 inejaiiainori timo uciorc..uie extcuuoni The "Mollle" execution has been the
whereupon ihe sherlfl ordered two policemen to principal topic of conversation during the past
eject hliu from Ihe building, which was accor- weev u Locmt was well represented at the
dlngly done, and the rforter Is now taking hanging. Mr. IX Weaver of Franklin, has
sweet revenge by circulating the above false- organiied a singing school, consultse of 35
hood. The only thing thesheriiTIs to be blam- members which meet at the Free-Will church,
iu lor is that lie allerwarua accented an Hum- on Tuediiy and Ssturday evenioirs. The
ble, apology from the fellow, and readmitted .,0p" at Mr. Kehres In Numedia on Tuesday
him to the jail yard. evenlnir of last week was numerously atteuded.
however a Ihe working seatou ap
proaches Ihe evening parlies are not so fre
nuent. Farmers are busy hauiinr lime.
ilienext meeting 01 i-omona u range, No. 6, .ml nreuai nit the r irround to sow oata and
I'.ofH., will be held the second Friday of ,,!,! potatoes, while some have already pliiiltd
prn neat v living mo 1.111 iu u ciock a. fw uut u,e recei tulj weather will certain
a bottle of Talmsge or Anna DiiMnnon, just as
lie now treats tliem to llnJ.-ick or Mumm's
Extra Dry. If Dr. Fierce could have all the
encomiums that have been bestowed upon his
Golden Medical Discovery and Pleasant Pur
gative Pellet, as remedies for Indigestion, con
stipation, lot pld liver, or 'billiousness, thus
bottled' and pri served, it would be ihe west
famous bottle in the woild.
SAlfJ'A JtOSA, Sonoma Co. Cut, July 8, 1877.
Dr. It V. Pierce, llufli.li., N, V.;
Daw Sir Your Golden Medical Discovery has
cured me of an aggravated afliction of Ihe skin
after different doctors had failed. My face and
body weru continually coven d with pimples
and blotches. End, ed find $1.50 for a copy
of your CoujUioii Seme Medical Adviser.
KMEREL STA 270 A", Ohio, June Ulh, 1877,
Dr. Pierce, llufljlo, N. Y. :
Dear Sir Your Pleasant Purgative Pellets
have cured my wife afltr our best physicians
had failed. They helped her frcui the Crit
I It A A.MIU.EU
1H1MONA OIIANQB MKLTINO.
Necks and Aims of Snowy Whiteness, furins
fair as the II lly, are the pleasing endowments
couferred by (Jleu's Sulphur Soap. A health
ful substitute for the ioisoiious cosmetic former
ly in vogue.
The tints produced by Hill's Icstantaneou
Hair Dye are like those of Nature.
March 22, lw.
1., in Corell Hall, Illoomsburg, Columbia coun
ly, Pa. Full attendance desired. Officers not
installed at January meeting, please be pres
ent. Delegatea and voting members will bring
It is thought best to have "lunch" served in
ly .not encourage their growth,
-A game I
Ihe silverware delivered by Ihe National
Hllnr-Platlflg Co. No. 701 Chesluut Street,
nf Ill ... .,1. .l n, ),. .,1 ..,.,. ' ninoeipnia, is giving entire sallsfscllon. All
, - ... , ,
.1.. nf last mnnl i alNunnJI. l. Ik. Ih,.. I prin.puy hihsj, aim no one neiU
' . ' - .... It... ,1 r ..
Nine and Numedia Nine, the Furnace Nine "s nomj.-j.uineran
being the winning side. Ilaae ball has betn
imlle an amusement at Ihe public sales for buys
March IS 4w.
the hall for dinner, no not neglect that little an j ,iia jun!or !,, Tb, Unon gujly
palter of !u. come preparw ior a prolilsble School of this place was rtorganlred on the
and pleasant time. Let us make this, our spriog
time meeting, of more than ordinary Interest.
Our cause Is just ; let eath one assist in haying
J, W, IIowman, Master,
IK M. Tf.wusiii'iiv, Secretary,
ICatawIna, March 20, 1878.
24 ult.; tho following otlicers were elected for
the ensuing season. Superintendent, K. C,
Clever; Secretary.F. Ilerker; Treasurer, B. 11.
Croaking la not confined to the Frog Pondi.
At this season almost everylmdy is hoarse.
The bleating ofdistrewed lungs is heard every
where. Why Is this, when llaUt Honey of
Jlore bound ana Jur will cure any cough, cold
Carl; Librarians, 0, C. Yeager and A. It. I or horaaeue-M in -18 hours f Sold by all Drugg-
Carl. 1 lieie Is a ialr prospect lot a prosperous I uu.
Sunday School, I Pike'a Toothache Drops cure iu 1 lultiute,.
A STCbtxT. 1 March 16.
Wheat per busbol
will st nd people to bed and get them out of I Flou'r is-r barrol
It in nr-nnrd-inr-n ivilli tlin wnrV Ihoir l,ov tn I C OVITSOea
do, and the hours this work is to be done in,
Very tall persons who reach the age of CO
need not expect to live any longer unless they
ti"e Dr. Coxe's Wild Cherry and Seneka. No
danger then of getting short for long years to
come. The longer you tolerate that cough, the
horter yon II grow,
A GKNTLK HINT.
Kk'K-3 , 10
Potatoes- , no
Dried Apples .
Mdes s hnouioera -
Lard per pound lis
Hay per ton .,, 10.uu
Timothy Seed 2.10
VUUlAlJUfiB run UOAl..
No. 4 on Wharf t 8.00 per Ton
.-II. O ' . 9 S.IO
N0. " " I S.OO
Blacksmith's Lutup on Wharf $ 8,00
uuuminoiis " H. h w
BEST JAPAN DRYER.
Best Paint Brushes,
VARNISH, ALL KINDS,
i,i.vsi:i:i 011., I'trtTV.
Awtrdtd AiyUil rnw t Cnl,nblftl BlliMiUon tor
fine eeutnff owtlitK, Slid vtnUenti and lotting er
neier pf nvtiUnuiff anit fienwuij. Th bil lobaeen
Tr mft-l. At onr blur strip lrid-mrli In clMtlr
hittuii-d on inffrlor inMi, oto llml Jofltwi'i Beil it
on i-vcry plug. Sol-1 Sy fclUllei. St-nd for ismpi.
Utc. to C. A. Jacuoi A Co., Atfri., letcrobiir2, -
(i. P. WAHIII.i:, CenrralAal., Philadelphia.
mar Jf, 16-tw d
Kamtile cards and rrlco
list furnished without
Orders and noulrles by mall will receive r-romnt
A Valuable property. ijlng In Frenlllh township,
Columbia county, 1'ennsjlvoula, on Uie east branch
of ltoartngcrcck. It conslstsof a beautlfid farm 01
on which ore trtetcda eonunodfous and comfoila
ble Dwelling House, n larni- Hack l-arn, Cider Press,
and a'l necessary out-butldlngs. It has w-rowlne
upon It uLurdaiico of excellent fruit, has a well of
water nt both the dwelling house and barn.aud Is
conienient of accessby public roads.
Adjoining and beluga part of Ihe same, but will be
sold sepaiutely if desired, about mo acres of Ihe
above lai.ds, whi n co aie ertctid a largo
CCSTO.M, (II1IST AND FLOUitlNd MILL,
with four run of stene, a Dwelling House, a Saw
Mill, a Dry (loods Mori) and Dwelling House, and
other linrroteinents, together with the water-power
anu appurtenances thereto.
The WHUmiiilc IONt Ollico
Is on the r mlts. It Is within easy reach of Cota
wlsa, Ctutralla, Afhloud, Mount Carmel and other
mining towns for market purposes.
The property Is bounded by lands of Munson, and
Artley, and Sheets, und I). Hower aid others. The
two described properties will bo sold seporately or
together to fult purchasirs. Kor terms apply to
hllai Mendenhall, K. It. Drinker or John 0. 1-Teere,
at Illooiusburir. I'enu'a. feb. 8, 'I-tf
ft VEAHS TO PAY rOB A FARM.
$4 TO 10 ISK ACKS.
Ilcccli und Slnple Laud In ftllcbt
gitn In the irlllllon Aero Grant
ol'tlic Crnnil llnplita nnd In
itial 1 si ilnllroad Conipnny,
Strang noil miro crop p'onty of
tlmbfi--no drouslil-no cltlncli
bugs no "lioppcrti."
Hdnniku MarAMS Pcai Watbe ItiAnr Mahixt4
htllOOLS 1IA1LKOAD COMPLETFD TOKOCUU TB
Cestui ok the (Ioant.
Send lor nmvHlv.t, Enylitli or German
Address W. 0. lll'dllAUT,
QIIAND RAl'IDH, MICH,
march 15, ls;-4w
i'or n H r cy u.T?Em
That unlordN Jladlrnl Cure for
Catarrh will not Instantly rclleteonit
sreedlly euro. Iieierenees, Henry
Wells, sq., vi ells, r'arco to., Au
rora. N. T.s Win. liowen. Fsa . Mc-
nation. Grant A: Ilowen, su Louis.
Testimonials and treatise by mail;
Price, with improved Inhaler 11 HoM
overj where. WKIiKs i: ro'n'Atlt,
1 ropiteiors, nosiou, diusn.
march is, lsis-aw d
Poisons wlsbln" to save the advert Islnir feo of tax.
t-s on Kf itted biul unestrd lands returned to mo for
.March nth, HIS-2W
Iu our stile of climate, with its sudden
chances of temneralurc. rain, wind mul sun.
snino oitcn unci mingled 111 a sinclo dav. it I v":""" i win "i iinnsi
to n nnn.U. M.M.I if- , ' 1 ""
u uu nunuu iii.il uui tiiiiuii-ii, jneiius nnu
relatives arc fo frcueully taken from us by
neglected colds, half tho deaths resulting
directly liom this cause. A Loltlo of I!o
scheo'a Genuaii t-yrup kcjit about your home
iur luinieuiuto usu win pievent serious sick
noss, a largo doctor's bill and perhaps death,
by tho u.-o of thico or four doses, h'ni- plii-ino-
CoiiauiUDlion. HcinorrhaL'O. Piieiiinniii.i. Nn.
vein Coughs, Croup or anj; disease of the
throat or lyings, Ussucfcai is simply wonder- loraandsaid proisriy to a-i
ful, as jour druggist will tell you. German llur",lt P'1'"6" ci sal(l J
Syrup w now sold iti every town and village Bloomsburg, March , ma
mi mis mimiirnt. r-ampio bottles lor trial,
iuo , regular size, 13&
April 27, 77-1 y jl
1 his Is to certify lhat 1 have this day sold to James
Scott McMnrh Uie following propel lr. Mzi lv
shsre. tilug Ihe one-half of cv in res of rjelnthe
irround and one parlor stoo ns cullsteral siturliy
lor a Judcnit lit and eoslson docket of J. J. Pronur
niaouiillng tof-'jor-v ulilch I airreetopiiy In 5 months
liom mis uuie unu 11 iuiiu in sum mr luunins n fi
lendedlosiuonttisloiietr the auouiitio Is- vdol'
remain in uiy possesslun
mar, s, sw
IK VOn WANT TO IIS STKONO, HEALTH V and
vttroroua Uke K. V. Kunkel's Hitter Wlnooflron.
No language can convey an Idea cf the immediate
and almost miraculous change produced bvtakuif
K. K. Kunkel's I liter Wine of Iron In the diseased,
uuumiaifuauu biiuhiitu uciiuiui bsitui. t neth
er broken down by excess, weak by nature, or tin-
w .uu .itaAru uuu uiisiruiiv: orirull-
Izailuii Is nslored lo per'tet h-alth and Mirer, snhi
View of Marriage I
IVf f ! t'j V 3l'ulll!''"l TrcttlM on int
.WN DiJrrrti of Beproduetlen tuj
, iHiiaiii vi vvnmiii
A txtuk for prUttv. rniinil
! (Mdiux, UUpAjti, (trie
CSTATK OF XkKY lILTCIIIStlN, DEC D.
Letters of admlulstrntloii. on llo estate of Mury
Hutchison, laty dtvutrt) township, CuluuiLIa cu
Iai.. lmo been crmits'ti bv Uie itt'irlhtt-r of (-
lumbU in., to mnuH'l II. tunc UNO a AUmlnlfairatnr,
of I.'Klit Mreet, 10 wbom all rwson Indebted, an
rtqutsitid to louho luiuicdlulH pitjmeut and thostj
liulni;cliilnwir dt'ioauda iiaiubt ibv tuld e-,-rto
will nmku tliem kiiov u to the uoomlcccd ACmlDla
I rat or without delay.
BAJIUKL II. IIL'TriHSON.
feb. 13, IS cw Ujjjht MrecU
(!iiD Tjpings jou hie Weak, Nhuocsasd I)k-
(H'K 1 ATFMT IUI'ltO Kl LSFI 1-ACTlNil UAI.VAMC .M-
riusrfcH uro n xpmdy and I'khu ANKT core for
Mteuina. Urn. Neuralgia, Kidney, Uut and Kemalt)
Complaints, Nervous rro&trntlon, Weat Lung,
nack aim fniuui irniviiun udu Kiouieti uwuaht..
I'llcoB, WaM Welt tsuotcplnul ik'lt for raraijuln
and (-jiliial Al'uu'nts, fio.tx), and upwards. AriiiletK,
Anklets. Head Hiiml.s. Km-u ( upa.tioo ech. htispcQ
ders fi.i. IlHistiuted 1'jtmphlet Ken. Addrewi
march l, 7o ly VT East .Ninth fct New York.
ESTATE Of ELIS1IA BAUTOS', DECKlSEb.
uuly In II bottles.
d Mirrr. skIiI I
by all druggist and dealers
Abu. Eire, nrfieeret Dieie,
Miitvm s iii:itii.iTv: MiurniHuciiiMTv:
IK-blllty, a cepressed, Irrltablo mind, a weak,
certous exhausted ferltoe, no enert-y or animation
confused heod, iveok memory, Uie consequent's of
excesses, menial overwork. 'Ihts ner, oui debility
llnds asoerelnn cure In K f. Kuni-,r, i,,,,.., n
of Iron. It tones Ihe sstem. dlsin-ls me mental
Kloomand d' spondeiicy, and rejuvlnatea the entire
stsietn. bold only in a: tottlos. Get th- jrenulne
'I'ako only K K, Kunkel's, it has a jellow wrapper
around It, his rhotograpU onouuide. bold by Jour
i-rugirlst. K V. Kuukel. IToprlelor. No. ua VoiUi
Muth street, Hdladelpbla. 1'a. Send for circular or
adi Ice free Try my great remedy. Uetltot your
druifirlst. sit bottles tor 13. It cannot fall. UU
.nu iu uu la ircvuiuiruueu.
WORMS! WOHMSI WOBMS I
.rA1'"?1"1'" WoriuByrup sever falU to remove
alklnds pt worms. Beat, pin and stomach worms
m ro'iiij ICIUUJCU uy KUUSCI S ffunil HylTIP UT,
KUtlkellS the Only SUCCes&rul nhVHlrlnn In ttiM i,n.
Ijfy lor uie removal of tape norms, lie removes
wiwiuiiuBiiuui, wuu iiesu an complete, ullre,
and Jno lee unlit head Is passed. L'ou.mon sense,
teaches It Tape worm can be removed all other
nuiiua inu uu rrumiy acsiroieu. ASK lourdrutr-
glst for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm syrup. ITIcbSi
oerboitie. it neer falls. If he has It. not. bim Mm
get It, or send to 1'ropiletor, K K, Kunkel, itfis North I
Muth Mreet, PhlladcUibla, Pa. (adilce at onico
imi ul iu,l
AND ITS UltKAT Hlil'UHUKItS.
V HIT. W, U. DAK1IMI, A. U.
Profusely Illustrated with Portraits and bkelehtis
uuu imuuiiuing ui er wt x-agea.
ir"A W1IULU TKAlI'EnANIK IllllfATlv 1ST
I inu la ill l Air. -ABrot. Wamtd liirrvMhrre.
1. . iuul;" in "in itrimi auu i ireu are.
NBlfiONipiilLUPS, sw broadvtaj-, ew VorV.
TL MEDICAL ADVISERI .
ol s Trlvst. Nuture sn.iiij Irum Self
tin th ilso d'trif i and
fhowtui OitThrofttant Lung, Currh.Ilupturo, u
lAihrr bNli ar-i'i ?,f.ni.l oi nTtt ft( prtrfi Or t! thr,
ciinia'nliitt Vtil MiL'f i. liiBiiltliil t il.ii.in.tMf i..,:t.u
AOJrm 1)1U liUl Ttt, .N 13 N, Mlt a:. 6t. Uu., LIo.
Iritrrs Tf Momentary oif the ettate of Ellha
Itarten latoot Hi town of IdormtHrir,rolunibM Co.
pc , deeeawd, haH been trr itted by the liejflitler of
-..id cotiniyto Kit Hanoi) ana K. Mfoduuull to
wlidiu all iKTfcons Indebted to natd estate aio ro
I uuiHtd to muko paitneiit, and tlio-u liaviuir
I elalma or demands aeatnst tho aald estate will
make tuem known to too bam execuiora wunoui
Kilt L tors.
nnrch 15 IS w
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
WrIU, ltlrlmriUna A: t'o
rEUFi.ClKl llUTl'KK COLOK
TT?P Tt'irrrn 13 recommended bytheagTlcnlturst
ATJJIXJ. press.and used by thuusandsof th.i
fry tH t dalnmen. ltclesatHT-
Iect June coKt, and Is aa barnuetiH
bH salt. A li5 cent bottlo colors to
pound, mid adds & cents per poud1
tolls alue. At-k )our I'rupptst or Merchant for lr,
end ior Descriit ve clrtuiars. weli. iticu.
HDM)N a CO., I'roprletorB, Uurllnffton, Vermoat,
M CIEJf MICHL.
PRACTICAL PIANO 9SARZ3K,
TUNEB. AND B.EPAIREIL.
Jousfok's Anoptkc I.imhist will posltUely Dt-
eni llils rerrlblo dbtase.snd will iioslthelycurti
nine c-ts-s In ten. Information that will save many
lives sent rrei by mall. Don t deny a rnotnent. Pre
vention is tx iter thancuie. I.S. JoilNbON CO..
march is, lsis-iw n
FIIt.1T CUSS I IANPS AND OPOANS FOR HAIK,
SECOND HAND PIANOS TAKKN IM KXCIIANdE.
OHDEHS 11 V MAIL I'ltOMPTLY KXECUTED.
Mj MwtihlM tlll UoUt.t, n4 MM.fl "
ratl. laluU ..Mblkll,. S..4.UU-D
Aug" 17, 1I-ly
.(iiio.duo ACIIFS In FmuwrtT Mtssovai lrom
ii.3( 10 SH.uo an acre. Ktrst.c'au slock ar.d .
ricultural Islos. Hie tin tot set o teuton in tl.
est. nne iru t. no rrasfhenrera. abundancMnr
gooit water, ihort w.nteis,c( menlebt markets goc4
schools low taies, healthful country and good ao
cteiy. si-ten jisib' criiilt. Frie Iralisicrtatlon
rrom St. l.ouls 10 Ihosi- who urcLase unit. MenA
iur circular uau uim r liiiencBliou. .iaur-ss W. IU
cukvin. Land 1'on.rolssloLer, Temple building, st,
Louis, Mo. it max. 15.1B-4W
HITISII AMKIUCA ASSUItACU CO,
NATIONAL FIIli: INSURANCE COMPANY.
The onels of these old corporations are all In
ycslidln niLID SECl'llITItb andorellablo to the
Moi.m i-i rii e uuiy,
Moderaio lines on tha best rtiksere alcne accreted
i(s(8 rsomii.y und iiostsvtY adjusted and bold
as Ms h as. Ueieiiuliied by ciisistian r. KNii-r, Mie-
Clul Akent snd Ulul. r. lt-r.rimktiiir ln-d
Thei-ltiensot t'olumbla county should palronlze
Ibeavency where lustra. If any. aie ndiusted nd
1 - ui-ii iiiiimi, uut, 10, it ly
A KSIONKK'S .NOTICE.
Millee Is hereby given that the undersigned has
It-en appol filed an uulgnee for Ibe benentof red.
tors of A. tlarnst of 1 ocust lownshlti. Columbia co
I'a.,sdhas taken upon hlaistlf the duties cf Ihe
trust. All persons are Iberefore retjutslel to seltlo
w uu uuu, uuju&t oiiu I'tiy iu uuu miurcuums, uiuts, l -v-v-T-vr ? llnnIKs, rrftn 1,1.
uim uues 01 inu ssiu a.curusi onuiuose nav-t iv -"', ..-v. .-.wn wv
ing claims to submit incut to the oslguee protierly , IT ona, uiooinsourg, ra., is prepared touo ai
mar, s, tj-iw
WILLIAM L. 11YBIILY
the Columbian Omar.
..arM . WUKTH UU .81 LvlUi, H.
AtiENTsi WA.STHIIUirriMkrrr, lu.laulhl fur
CONQUEST OF TURKEY
Hy ih Killed authors, Dr, U P.
I1. C. Uluta. 'Ihe complete anc
broekilt. anil linn.
mil tlirlllln l,l.ii-n.,.i
the fall of an linplre, alurlaw jeaikot bllu-r sttlfe.
(iraphlu detcrlpiiunsbf li ruble ltt',ecltliigall
Kuroiu. I'osllliely the auk-st' sad Cheapest wurk.
ni.iy but BiliiiUldly lllusuatetL iirantlost
chance to coin money now onen-d. For full nartlcu.
lAItlililtos., Pubs., tu Vamson
In the best styles, at lowest prices, and at short
I'-trttes having such work to do w 111 fcsie money
All work warranted to give aatuiuctlon. Orders
WJI. V. IlODINK,
lars. address IIUUllAItu linos.,
bt, i'LUa., tin. rr d
BLANK NOTlh.wlil, oiritito.mr4lu
lo. tle at tut CvUw aiAAi uanw.
P AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
i.iuuiiicii if iu i ana auineriio iirniintM r,r ,-vr-
nation i t ancient and h odern times, and lui-luding
nhl'torj of the Use end fall ci Ihe llrtek and lit"
mm tiurlres, Iho growth of Ihe nations uf modern
rurotie.lhe inlddiu fiL-fH.iim i-mv, ,su fU.ini
sjsti in, ll.ii riionnalii n, llio discoery' audsotlle-
IlieillOf the NfW Wrilld. ln . ft.' 4
" a in one uisioneaiengraiingssnd I vial
lurijn duubir column pages, and Is the most cuwnlelu
lilslory of thn Woild eter imtillslin.1 it u-lhi
sight. bei ior specimen psgea atd extra Urms to
agenis, and seo why It tells faster than any other
. n Nl""NAU'i'UmsuCo.,!'hltodelpU, a,
inarch it, iv-tw ' ' M
IS TIM TIMU TO SELI'IIKTKIIIIITO
-IDIIY Hill lilt. Ldl.EH ultltlT
WORK TIIK NCY II I.I-KTll.-l k-i.
main it i
The, glurdett silling loe-k lor Ihe l'muijlianlo
held, uberal leitus to scents, srml i-n m
nue fcrtomd(teiuifli,riu eenlafor our wiwge
niuph', si'd naitie lenllory wanted. Addiess i.C
. .v. "I''" i. ii.ii i.uuis, i a
Don't tun tu lay what pais rcu saw UiUln.
march u, ti m tier
Neatly ami CLtaply ptiiiteei Vt the Colum
9gdOtnU. Aiittx, Jl. Cobltki (Ju. CUwUa!
ST. IX1UI3 AND SAN ntANClSCO RAILWAY
EXTENSION LAMP I
Adapted to my room, l-.lgh or leir
eilllng. iAiwi-n-d to tubhi when la
uvsiiirt ralseil by merely touching.
lertretlysafB lrom falling. Llihla
without n muring chunney. uulta
as convenh nt ssgas. aud at Uie
exiiense, ihe same extenoloa,
prbiclple Is applied tu all our chan..
dellt-rs n'd eiwedlotf lights. The
sdtuuugos srei Inceosed ItgliC
w Ph same eonsuinrttoti of otl, by
baling Hi ligut where nantodt
s let ,e:ttnoi le snocked over or
upset, 'llm iitenstun machinery
Is simple, und csunot ouasislr
lie sat, Cuts of Rxiensluo
siiip and C'i'uuaeilers ot all styles
furnished frte. We sell all lamps
A. .1 ,l'Kini!'S It. IVnVr In T..u,i nnAntku
WAlli:.toSouihhecoiid street PhlUdclbhta.
march lMU-4iv r
jDvJw l- k'ttiuuio
"TT., , Ml lit i all
battles. wLlli a
and most poiiulLf
With wrltlnc. nt
uetlon and amuse-
aiso a list of all ll-e
ii aim wlieie lougU durlrir the war. tor
rtflrcis Dimosu k Co.,i 1 ace it!!.
candidal., for i nl . .V vT. I '""""V' "
.v... ua j . BiuiKll, ti9 sv IV OVIOtk &. III.
ekamlnn'i'i.oS. " sh t u ' ,U r'"e Lt
IirUEIt S. TllOHPSOJf,
I'ottstllle. MareU,6TKr1'C",d C' Es"n1"-
. Mines aud Lauds.
' MINES AMII-ANIM.
MININil AtlENL V. '
Vim W. HE ENT II bVlltET.
A. II. WYMAN A. e.0.
PUBLIC SALE HAND BILLS
Printed nt tluB Office
ON SHORTEST NOTI0E AND AT TUB
MOST 11EABONAULE TKHMa