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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT j BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COl NTyTpA.
IILOOMSBUKU, F H I PAT, APfllL It, ISIS
Rait Konrt Time Table.
LACKAWANNA IlLOOMStltma KAIL ROAD
Accommodation Train, 6.49 A. M. T.51 A. M.
Mall Train T.BS A. M 4,49 p. M
Express Train LMl'.M, 11.67 A. M
" ... 6.MP.M.
CATAWlSSA HAIL ItOAD.
Accommodation Train ...... 0.29 A.M. 7.S7 1'. M.
Hoiftilar Express 4.(K 1'. M. 11, S3 A. M.
Through cars on Express train cither to New York
or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between
Catavvlssa and Wllllamsport.
Lint of causes and urora for May Term ap
pear tn nnollicr column.
The Orangeville Academy reopens, Monday,
M. C. Woodward and K. B, Bidleman refuse
to serve on (lie police force.
A railroad ticket to Chicago and back for
Bale at this ollice very cheap. Good until De
cember 31t 1878. tf
J, II. llobi'on and L. K. Waller Ksqs., have
been appointed Assignee of Capcr I. Tliomns,
for the benefit of creditors.
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i if ? if t 'm ' 8411001 optn' ETJoly lmlt tht E. Jacoby wai the
...... gain in numbers over most or most competent itreet commissioner the town
Ihe previous terms, fa lac of the fact that lb a ever bad. It lll fu nL.,..l l, in. ... .
public schools do not close till Juns and econo- ings nf the Town Council that Menrs. Herring,
,u .e uruer oi me uy wun all parent. JSvans, Hhtrplesn and Rabb roted to tlx tha
r, ... , , , , , , cuuipensanon oi street ouniruiMioncrs at 1,70 a I
Ai ,M 1 , '? ? . ' ly.l Reeled S.C. Shi to that ,,o,ll.on,
. lit Wl i ,u i lun' fiTthep.y.t$150,and.uPIH,r.e,l K. Jacoby
"M, Hrey of by their vote,. Mr. Jacoby would have accepf.
'?LZ,'A lM This U y wllha
. ' "i " "W venieance.
An accident occurcd at tho new jail last week
onThiiraday afternoon. Two men named Nicho
las were on a BcafTold pointing the outside walls,
Owing to the storm of Thursday th Grand when E K. Itollins of the firm of Itolllin .t
Opening of the City Hotel was not as largely Holmes went on the scnflolil with them to nnke
attended as It otherwise would, have been j nev- some measurements. The weight was loo much
erlhelciis on Saturday evening a large number and the foot of the scaffold slipped out, piecipi-
of friends of Mr. and Mrs. Glrton assembled, tating the three to the ground, about 20 feet be-
and delighted themselves In dancing for a time low. Mr.KoIllns had his head cut, several
and then parteok of a sumptuous repast pre- teeth knocked out, and some ribs broken. Tho
pared by the landlady, and all present say It other two were considerably bruised but no'
could not bo excelled. dangerously. Mr. Kollins Is slowly linprov
1 he above local was prepared for last weak, Ing.
but was omitted by mistake.)
Toothache Drops cure tn 1 minute.
TOWN COUNCIL PUOCEEDINOS.
TOP. COUNTY BUPERlKTENDtrT,
WILLIAM 11. SNYDER,
School Directors' Convention meets the
1st Tuesday In Mny.
(All names inserted in this column ns candi
dates for nomination nt tho Democratic Coun
ty Convention must bo paid for in advance.
And it is hereby ngrccd that nil person! whose
imines nppear here will bo governed by tho
rules nnd regulations of the Democratic party
of Columbin county.)
ron ltEOtSTEit anp ltnconnEtt,
flEORGE V. STERNER,
. FOB I'llOTHONorARY,
DR. J. R.--EVANS
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias Issued out of the
Court of Common Pleas of Columbia oonnty, and to
hie dlreited, will La cipowd lo public salo on tha
TUESDAY, APRIL iloth, 1878,
at s o'clock p. m.,
All that certain lot or parcel of ground altuatn tn
Blabtown, Ixxust township Columbia county, Penn
sylvania, described as follows, to-wlt i Bounded on
the north by land of Isaiah Ycagcr, on the east by
Darld Yeager, on the south and west by public road
containing one, aero mora or lens, on which arc
erected a frame dwelling and store house, and other
Seized, taken Into execution, and to bo sold as the
property of Lucas Fahrlnger.
aprll s, I8TMS
JOHN W. HOFFMAN,
Important 1'ostaj. Onnr.R. Heretofore
nothing but a business card was permitted up- ract pursuant to adjournment
on a wrapper of printed matter. The Postmas
ter General has now given Instructions that any
matter In print which may be transmitted with-
in an enclosure may also be transmitted at the
The communication from Slabtown has been same rale if printed upon the wrapper or en
thrown in the waste paper basket. It had no j velope. This includes business carda,dtrectlons
signature. for leturning, and any printed matter on the
outside of a wrapper or envelope. Postmasters,
April 3rd 1878, seven o'clock p. m., Council
Herring, President, and all the members. The
minutes of the meeting held on the 1st lnt.,
for the purpose of organization, were read and
approved. A motion was mule by Mr. Elwell
and Mr. Drinker (hat when tho council adjourn,
it adjourn to meet to-morrow evening ( lib lnl.)
at 7 o'clock, which was agreed to. Mr. Drinker
of the committee appointed at the met ting of
I. K. MILLER,
Catharine Abbott, a highly respected lady of however, are instructed not to regard requests I 'he 27th nit,, to whom was referred the subjact
this place, died last Tuesday aged about 77
years. She was an tmlncntly p'ous'woman and
was loved by all who knew her.
II. F. Fruit nnd family of Hazleton, have
changed their residence to llloomsburg, nnd
moved into the McKelvy house on Main and
for the return of such matter unless stamps to "f granting a building permit to M. Wynkoop,
piy the return postage are presented.
In Btating that the School Directors meet to
elect a County Superintendent on First Mon
day of May the 7th, we were In error. The
tleclion takes place on Tuesday the "th.
Musical Coi.lehb. Spring session of six
weeks begins on Thursday, May 2d, 1878.
Fretburg Snyder Co. Pa.
March 29 4w.
So we flare a new party at last. The put'
live fathers of the infant are Thos. E. Geddis
President, J. K. Lockard Secretary, and E. E.
Orvi, A. C. Smith, John Sterner, Eiecutive
Committee. As the organization is secret, we
cannot Inform our readers as to details. From
a circular before us we learn that a County
Convention has been called to meet here on
Tuesday, April 16th. As a matter of interest
to Democrats it may be as well to state that tin
der the Democratic rules no man can vote at
our Delegate elections who has not supported
tho Democratic party at tho eloctions of the
previous year; and all who go Into this lop b'k!
reported that the building for which n permit
was asked is nearly up, nnd that the com
mittee had no recommendation to make to the
council as to the propriely of granting a permit,
and Mr. Drinker made a motion, seconded by
Mr. Evans that the permit be granted. The
question being put as to whether a permit should
be granted it was decided in the affirmative.
It was decided to retain the room used at
present as a council chamber for the next year
at a rental of -10,
April 4th 1878, council met nt 7 p. m. Pres
ent Mr. Herring, President, and nil the mem
bers. After reading tho minutes of previous
meeting, I life president announced that the first
J; II. MAIZE,
By virtue of sundry wrlla Issued out of tho
Couit of Common ricas of Columbia county and to
mo directed will bo exposed to publlo sale at tho
Court House at.o ne o'clock p. in., on
SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1878,
All that tract or parcel of land situate In Scott
township, Columbia county. Pennsylvania, bounded
on tho east by land ot John Kelchner, lying be
tween tho Pennsylvania canal and tho Susquehanna
mer and running Uj a point on tho west at or near
tho aqueduct above Espy, containing about seven
acres, more or lesa.
A II that certain lot ot ground situate In tho town
of Espy, Columbia county lVnnsylvanla, bounded
and described as follows i On the north by Main
street, east by lot of M. C. McCollum.south bv an al-
ley and west by Daniel Keelor, being 41.", feet front.
ann linv retv in aepui, whereon are erected two
two-story dwelling houses.
Kel7ed, taken Into execution, and to be sold as the
property of AlonzoO Dodge.
All that certain lot, piece or portion ot ground sit
uate in the Town of llloomsburg in the county or
Columbia, Tcnnsylranla, bounded and described as
follnws, to wit: Fronting on Keventh street on
the south fifty feet, on the west by Iron street two
hundred feet more or less, sn the north by the Dela
ware Lackawanna and Western ItaHroadllityfeet,
on the cast by lot oto. A. rotter two hundred feet
more or Ics3 to tho placo of beginning, whereon arc
erected a two-atory frame dwelling houso anil out-
BLCCMSBURG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NORMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rev. D. J. WALLER, Jr., A. M.f Principal.
IV. Course In Art. V. Course in Physical Culture.
BPIXlonfieklthtul, anu easy of access. Teachers experienced, cmclent. and alive to their work. Discipline, firm ibut kind, uniform and thorough. Kxpensei
moderate. Fitly cents a week deduction tn all expecting to teach, btudenta admitted at any time, ltooras reamed when uesirea.
courses ot stuay prcscrioea Dy mo oinio i
I. Model School. II. Preparatory. III. Elementary. , Classical.
. ri . t i- it .,.n..:.i tir r,,M r r.,.:
....., ,.... nimiiuo,ir ,,,,,! fhorin. mfoirn stato Dlnlomas. conf erring the roliowu
1 lie r.ieilieillliry rtlCUllHU 11U l-m-vilUl -uuib-3 uiu . iwr i.-ilist.nu. ui.u n,uwi kkhuuv u. wu., ,r, - - - ---- Unmn f-PtlinCftWH
corresponding Degrees i .Master ot tho Elements: Master of the sciences! Master ot the Classics, urauuaies in me omer v-uum. o
meir auainmcnis,, sienea uy mo imirerspi ino i uuru ui in suTi ,.,rf. , ,, . nrtit rnlleires.
'i no course or Mua y oresenwu ay me niaie 13 uuerai, miu uiu rwicnuiic uuu unroiiu ramnw '"'yv. . uM.h.i,ni.Tf iw furnlshlncr Inlero-
rrhm u,n MnlmMl,n.nnl..nr MttTBTwhln Thi limn, ilnmnnd lr. Ir.U nn nf thft nrlmn nhlecta of IlltS SChOOl to helD W ReCure 1U. Dy mmiailluK '"IT"
Bent and cmclent Teachers for her Sehools. To this end It solicits young persons of good abilities and (rood P".-,0"
Slid their talents, as Mudents. To all such It promises aid In developing their powers, andabundant opportunities forwellpaldlaboratterieavingacuooi.
Catalogue, address tho lrtiic!pal.
ION. W'll.l.l.UI i:t.'l:l.l I'rrslilent Houril of Trnsleeii-
rcpi. , '.0.- , .
It Is sad to lose a time honored trlend
0110 who has been by your bide in days of I blllI(llngai
Seized, taken Into execution, and to bo sold as the
prosperity and adversity, in sunshine nnd in
hlonn. If you would have one that you
Rev. Prdf. V. E. Krehs lias accepted a call
from the Reformed congregatloa of this place,
and will enter upon tha duties of his pastoral
on the 1st of May.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is fast taking the
place of all the old fashioned Cough remedies.
It never fails to relieve tho most violent cold,
and for throat diseaaes it is invaluable. Price
business in order was the fixing of coinpensa
movement cut loose from the Democratic ,lon anu PP'neni omcers lor me ensuing
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nanv. W i st snmn nfoiir fr amis eve in I J"" u" """""" "" '
manvnfil,nrinrinlnfih. "K.ilnn.l. ihe the salary of Secretary was fixed at $180, nnd
J ' 1 ' Wl , ,
would neither part with nor distrust, try
Dr. Coxe's Wild Cherry and Seneka. If
troubled with coughs, colds, hoarseness or
sure throat you will greatly prout uy it
reforms they desire can best be attained by
sticking to the party, and not by open or secret
affiliation with "Republicans and demagogues.
IT SUSTAINS ITS REPUTATION.
For nearly a quarter of a century it has been
Snrine Styles I Spring Sryles !
Just received, the largeat stock of cloths
r ln,.t B,1A n..l nt l.n
Wesley Wirt was unanimously elected Secretary. howe8t price to be Bold by the yard with
A motion was made by Mr. Kabband seconded trimmings for coat pants or vest. It youwant
by Mr. Sharpless that the compensation of them made at home buy the goods and have
Treasurer be one and a half per cent. Mr. El- ltiem cut at Uaviu iowenuerg a,
well moved lo amend by making the compensa
tion one per cent, on money collected, nnd one-
half of one per cent, on money received from
sale of Town bonds. Mr. Holmes seconded tin
Notice to Collectors. Collectors of coun
ty taxes in nrrear, aro hereby notified that the
same must bo settled during May Court.
II. W. MoRkynolhi, Treas.
Edward Jacoby, Bon of our townsman Enos prescribing it In their practice,
acknowieageu ui lir, oagea (.alarm iieraeuy amendmer t, and a vote was taken upon the
nas no equal in speeuny ana permanently cur- ,menJment, which was carried. Mr. Drinker
ing "cold in the head" and all catarrhal aflec- namej F r.. nillmyer for Town Treasurer, Mr.
lions of the aasal cavities, its immense sale JUbb named John Laycock, and several others,
and f-'eat popularity are dependent ujwn Mr SharpieM namcd T. j. Vanderslicc. A
an4 entirely due to its merits and superority Tote bein(, iileB Krm shar,lle!iJi jal)b nn,
over all other similar preparations. Very many Herrinc voted for Vanderslicc. and Holmes.
pnyBicians, Having inorougniy ;eiea 11, are now
Jacoby, has completed his course in Dcnistry,
nnd removed to Ilangor, Pa, where he has es
tablished himself in the practice of his profes
sion. W'e wish him success.
ITALB URTOK, Ont., January lit, 187".
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. :
Dear SirVot years I Buffered with chronic
catarrh. Last winter it became more severe,
seriously affecting my throat and lungs. My
stomach and blood were also sadly out of or
der. I tried many physicians and several ad
it, M. Tubbj of the Mountain Echo made us
a short' call last Tuesday. Mr. Tubbs has made
hisp1perasncc4ss.--- lt.ls.spjcyand interesting verttsed remedie, obulning but temporary or
niwayn, mm 11, uuc u, bu.iii,.u. . mMuefi My general health became worse, so
read careiuiiy every week. - haj despaired of life. 8eeine favorable noli
ces f your niedicines, I procured ona-fcalf dor
I'rom the number of new Bubcnbers recen- en of the Goide-n Mjtc,i Diacovtry and
tly received at this office, we judge that Demo- a supply of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. The
crats are beginning to understand that the Co- Discovery purified my Wood and restored my
u.uiiA.il.iu,,.,,,v. ... general health, the Catarrh Kemedy gava in
county that is worthy of confidence.
It is not in accord with tho divine order nnd
sweep of things that life should have no difli-
culties which an honest, determined man, with
heaven's help, cannot surmount. It was the
recollection of this fact that led to the perfection
of Dr. Coxe'a Wild Cherry and Seneka.
We have received a piece of music called
Ilarringrr Schotiitche composed by Mrs. H. IC,
Miller. It is pretty and not difficult and will
be sent to any nddnsson receipt of 30 cents by
the publisher, J. C. Deckel, S. W. Corner 11th
& Market Sis. Philadelphia.
Drinker and Elwell for Billmyer, 1 to S.
The retaining fee of Town Solicitor was fixed
at $50. For Solicitor Mr. Drinker named C,
O. Barkley, Mr. Sharplesa named J. B. Kobl
son, Mr. Itabb named II. C. Smith. A vote
was taken, when Evans, Sl.arpless, Kibb nnd
Herring voted for P.obison, nnd Drinker,
Holmes and Elwell voted for Barkley, and Mr.
Ilobison was declared elected, -1 to 3.
Mr. Elwell moved that the compensation of
Street Commissioner be one iKIIar per day, Mr.
Drinker seconded the motion. Mr. Kabli nnd
Mr. Sharpless moved that the motion be amend
ed by making the pay SI. 75 per day. A vole
was taken when Rabb, Sharpless and llening
voted for the amendment, Holme, Elwell, Drin
ker and Evans voled nay. So the amendment
was not agreed to. Mr. Drinker amended the
origins! mulion by making the pay SI. 60 per
day. Mr. Kibb and Sharpless again moved to
amend by making it $1,7.). The yeas and nays
were called, when Evans. K,ibb. Sharnlei-a and
An unexpected gloom has been cast over this Herrinir voled vea. Holmes. Drinker and El-
eEce by the sudden death of Benj. P. Kolb, one weU volwl nay "4 t0 ;J So ,le ,,av was at
of our apprentices. He worked until night of I 51 -5,
Monday, complaining somewhat of a cold and For Slreet Commissioner Mr. Itabb named S.
sore throat.but as he did not think this was at all C- shive.Mr. Elwell named Peter Ilillmytr.Mr.
serious and as he neither expressed a desire lor l)rjl, Ilan)e,l ;. Jaci,by, Mr. Herrinir nam
mediate relief, and after a little peneveraace,
radical cure was effected.
property of a. A. rotter and I). J. Waller.
All that' certain lot or piece ot land Bltuato in
Greenwood township, Columbia county, Tennsvlva
nla, described as follows, to-wlt : Bounded on the
north by land ot Elmlri Albertson, on the cast by
land ot John Moore, on the south by land ot Augus
tus stouacr and on tho west by land ot Elmlra Al
lx-nson, containing so acres and ss perches, on which
aro erected a frame house, barn and out buildings,
Seized, taken Into execution, and to bo sold as the
property of o. w. Ilorrman
All that certain lot, piece or portion of ground sit
uate In tho Town of Bloomsburg, In tho County of
Columbia, Pennsylvania, bounded and described us
ollows, to-wlt: Southwardly by Seventh street
castwordly by lot of Pat, Maraln, northwarly by tho
Delaware, Lackawnnnn and Western Itatlroad and
wcstwardly by lot of raid O. A. Potter and I. J,
Waller, containing 50 feet front on Seventh street
and two hundred feet In depth more or less, where'
on Is erected a two-story frame, dwelling house and
Seized, taken Into execution, and to do sold as the
property et U. A. rotter.
All that certain lot of c round situate tn Itoarlng.
creek township, Columbia county, rennsylvsnla,
described as follows, to-wtt : Bounded on the north
by land of -bram ltlce, on the south by land ot Con
rad Uousman, on the west by land ot Michael Straus.
er and WUltam Yeager and on the east by land of
Ephralm Llby, containing seventy-three acres mor
or less on which aro erected a dwelling house, barn
Ono other piece of land bounded on tho north by
land of Jacob Strauscr, on the west by land of Solo
mon Strauser, on the south by land ot reterllowe
and on the east by land of Conrad Uousman und
w 1111am Yeager containing eighteen acres.
one other piece of land bounded on tho north by
lands ot Judge Cox, on the west by land of Solomon
strauser on the south by land ot Abrara ltlce and
on tho east by land of Abnm ltlce and Leonard Ad
ams, containing 15 acres.
All that piece or parcel of ground situate In Hoar
lnccrcek township, Columbia county, Pennsylvania,
described as follows to-wlt : Bounded on the Boulh
Lutz & Sloan nre selling good calicoes at by lands of Franklin Vocum, on the nest by land of
5 cents a yard, less by the bolt. Warranted Samuel Houck, on tho north by land ot William
last colors. I ureisuncii, ana oa me easLuyiannoij.il. hunger,
I containing thirty acres more or less, on which are
Call at McKinneys lor Shoes. I erected a dwelling house and out-bulldlngs.
"- seized, taken In execution, and to bo hold as tho
bur cheaii nice casiineres lor boys wear property of David It. llcwer.
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koiu uy 1110 urn ni imviu i.uivuimerg t. 1 A I GO
Rubbers at McKinuev's. All that certain lot or piece of ground 'bltuste
Pine tou nslilp, Columbia county, Pennsylvania, de
Lutz & Sloan are selling Appleton "A" I "crlbed as follows to-wlt: Bounded on the north by
Lutz & Sloan have a large assortment of
I. luck and colored Bilks, black and colored
Satins cut bias for trimmings, also a full
line 01 innges and other trimmings.
Nothing Shout of Unmistiiadh Binefits
Conferred upon tens ot thousands ot sufferers could
originate and maintain tho reputation which Aer's
Sarsaparllla enjoys, it Is aeompound ot the beat
vegetable, alteratives, with Ihe Iodides ot potassium
and Iron, nnd Is tho most effectual of all remedies
for Scrofulous, mercurial, or blood disorders. Uni
formly successful and certain In Its remedial effects,
It produces rapid and complete cures ot Scrofula,
sores. Bolls, Humors, Tlmples, Eruptions, Skin Dis
eases and all disorders arising from impurity of tho
blood. By Its la igoratlng effects it always relieves
and'often cures Liver Complaints, Female Weak
nesses;and Irregularities, and Is a potent renewer of
vitality. For purifying tho blood it has no equal.
It tones up the system, restores and preserves the
health, and Imparts vigor and energy. For forty
j ears It has been In extensive use, and Is to-day the
available medicine for the suffering sick, .anywhere.
FOR SILK BV ALL DKALEKS.
For sale or exchange. A 2 iron axle
spring wagon, new.
Jons W. Ginns,
Louis Bernhard makes nnd repairs all
kinds of complicated clocks and watches,
aUo fine patent ollico models and designs
made lo order.
any medical attendance, or friendly care during 1 ej j u. Qraul. A vote beini: taken. Evans. Muslin lor S cents a yard or 7J cenU by the landsof Abraham Tltman, on the westbyhind
The silverware delivered by the Kational
Silvsr-Platlog Co. No. 704 Chestnut Street,
Philadelphia, is giving entire satisfaction. All
orders are promptly filled, and no one need
hesitate about fending them money. Lutheran
March 15 4w.
The merciful man is merciful to his beast
Horses and Cattle are sources of profit, there
fore, should be well cured for. By the timely
ma of Fouli's Celebrated Horse and Cattle
the night, nor was either thought necessary.
On retiring rather soon after supper at his
boarding place which was with the foreman of
the office, he took a dover's powder to produce
prespiraliou and break up the cold. He slept
alone during the night and on the morning of
Tuesday not replying to Ihe call for breakfast,
Mr. Cosper went to his room and found him
dead in bed. Dr. Rcber was immediately sum
moned, but it was loo late. It is presdraedthat
he had died but a short time before he was
found. On Wednesday morning his body was
taken to Mifflin and on Thursday he was buried
from the residence of his aunt. The printers of
the town purchased a alive plate for the coffin
Powders, the lives of many valuable animals anil had it very handsomely engraved witha 0r Thomas, 4 to 3
will be saved. ' printers' design and por a.Hi.taIlt ,,
I Tl -P L. .... .. .'.
Died April 9th, 1878,
Peace elected at the last election nre in the I Aged 19 years and 4 months,
hands of the RegUter nnd Recorder. By the 1 A committee of printers from the several of-
Act of 22nd Maich 1877,all Justices of Ihe Peace (ices in town attended Ihe funeral and acted as
whoe terms of ollice under former laws would I pall bearers. Ben. as he was familiarly known
expire nrior lo Ihe first Monday of May are in tho office attended most closely to his duties
continued In ollice until that dale.
Rabb, Sharpless, and Herring voted for Shive
Holmes, Drinker mid Elwell voted for .Jacoby,
4 to 3. So Sluve was elected.
On motion of Mr. Rabb seconded by Elwell
the pay of Town Constable was fixed at $100
for the year. For Town Constable, Evans,
named James Thomas, Elwell named M. O
Woodward. A vote was taken and Evans,
Rabb, Sharpless and Herring voted for Thom
as; Holmes, Elwdl and Drinker voted for
Woodward, 4 to 3. So Thomas was elected.
For Chief of Police, Mr. Itabb named J. C.
Sterner, Mr. Elwell named Jnmts Thomas.
Rabb, Sharpless, Evans and Herring votid for
Sterner ; Holmes, Drinker, and Elwell voted
So Sterner os clrcti d,
licemcn Mr. I'sbb named the
following. S. W. SI) lilt, D. Laycoik, lieuten
ants; M. C. Woodward, X. Pmwl, E II. Bidle
man, T. Iliikey, . I. lower, I.. Fuller, Divid
Cofl'man, W, Dielterich, P. S llarman, II. Ort,
B. Freas and John Junes. They were appointed.
On motion of Misers. Elwell and Drinker the
Boots and Shoes cheap at McKinney's.
Xew and Beautiful Snrine Styles.
Hats fur the Million. Just received
full line nt lints in all the newest shades in
stiff and Milt (elt lorMen. Youths. Boys and
children, cheaper than ever at David Low-
Lutz & Sloan have received their new
stock of fpring goods.
A lnrL-e-3strlment of first oua'.itv nnlv of
Silver ami silver-plated lable Ware, aucli as houseand out-bulldlngs.
spoons, lorhs, Knives, i-a-iurs, c, warriimeu
tin- best at J.. liernuaru s jewelry store, uuu
Morris Pills, on tho east by land ot Abraham, Tltman
and on tho bouth by land ot Morris Ellis, rontslnlug
45 acres more or lees, on which Is erccted.a pUnk
(Seized, taken Into execution, and to bo sold as tho
property ot Cornelius NcKrn..
All that certain lot or piece 01 land situate In tho
Town of llloomsburg, Colurab'a county 1'ennsyU.i.
nla. described oa follows : Bounded on the north by
land of Thomas Vannatta, on the west by land ot
Hannah J. McBrldc, on tho south by Third "-.trfet
and on the east by Iron street, containing r5 feet
front more or less and 71. feet in depth more or less,
on which aro erected a two-story brick dnelllug
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his companions and tlie family with whom lie
Prejudice often rulea in tlie physical treat. lllc ,, i,ome, Jjg f,iher and mother both
raent of llabies. They are allowed tosufier nnd Jjej w,en he was a tmall toy. Xtpullican.
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and'safo remedy, as Dr. Bull's Ilaby Syrup,
would give almost immediate relief and perfect
easedo the little sucrer. Price 2o cents ier
ami by his general demeanor won the eateen af b0IlJ of 'polI1 Treasurer was fixed at $15,000.
Hoot headquarters at McKinney's.
David Lnwenlierp i now prepared to give
liH cu'luincrs tlie lull benelit ol the reduc
tion in nil kindt of rlothing. Spriug fulls
made up at greatly reduced prices. Call
and examine the latest styles.
Do nut buy a dresd before seeing Lutz cc
Sloans stock ot l)res Uoous.
Shoe Store below Court
The Greatest Hltssino. A Bimple, pure,
harmless remedy, that cures svery time, and
prevents disease by keeping the blood pure,
IN JAIL FOR TAXES.
MAN XHU HIS FAMILY, A WIFE ASM SEVEN'
SMALL CIIILlmtN, CRYINO EOR 1IBEA1).
If anybody can inform us what sense of jus
tice there Is In Bending a man of family to pris
on for non-pavment of taxes, when he U out of
stomach regular, kidneys and liver active, is WOrlc, has no money and his family are on Ihe
the grrateet blessing ever conferred upon tnac T,r(!e 0f ,Urvalion. we will be under Kreatobll
UIop Hitlers Is that remedy, and Its proprietors g,i0ns to the Individual for Ihe enlightenment.
.are being blesfed by thousands who nave been 1 jj Tuesday Barney Gormley, of Mahanoy
maved and cured by it, III you try It. nee 1 ilane WM ,eDt t0 j,n br Tjobtrt fnn u
other column. I Oilberton borough tar collector, for noMiay
ment of taxes, and in consequence thereof his
M. C. AN oodward who has served the town I wjfe lice with her seven snioll children im
for many years as a peace officer, and who is I mediately became a charge upon the county,
entitled to more credit than ony other man for Thursday 'Squire Krllagher, director of Ihe
having brokui up rowdyism and disorder, was 1 caiej on (i,e Gormley family and saw
rejected by Ilia new 'lown Council as Ilign their distrees, He immediately arranged with
Constable, ami Chief of Police, As the ai-1 ,ture keeper to have their preosine needs kup
pointments were made to reward services at tlie I j,jej uniJ neX( Jlonday when an order for
poll, and not with ngard to ipjalihcallons, tins I further relief will be granted. The children
action of the council U not surprising. I are named James, Susan, Hugh, Charlie, Bar
ney, Joint ahd Maggie, and aged respectfully
Necks and Arms of Snowy Whiteness, forms fourteen, twelve, ten, eight, six, four and two
fair as Iholillv. are the pleasing endowments I years. Mr. Jveliagher Informs us that the old
conferred by Olen's Sulphur Soap. A health-1 est boy is no larger than a child of lr, and up-
I. W. HAHTMAN
Always to the front
With full assortment,
With best qualites,
With finest styles,
With lowest prices,
Dry Goods. Notions, Ac.
II. 51. Smith fi CVh. Gold Pens and Pen
cils at I. W. Uartmans.
A number of bills wire then panl upon, und
A petition of cilirena living on Second street
was presented, Ufking that that street Wfht of
Market, be improved, Petition uttivtd und
It being suggested by the president that a re
duction in the quantity of gas ronnumed by the
street lamp might be 1 Heeled by extinguishing
the lamps ut an earlier hour, on motion of Mr,
Holmes and Mr, Sharpltss the president ap
painted Mesrrs. Holmes, Hhiirpless and Kvans
a committee lo inquire into ihe practicability of
the reduction and rejiort at next meeting.
The services of night )io)ceinen weie lis-
peused willi on motion of Rabb and hlmrp
les. Mr. Rabb gave notice that lie would intro
duce an ordinance for ihe repeal of the otili
nance No, 21 entitled an ordinance to prevent
cattle from, tunning ut large in certain parts of
The proident was instructed lo procure ad- JlU'OrS f01 MaY Temi. 1878,
,!.! 11.1 .1. ... It.. . e . I '
Ulliuuni uiiugen 111 r me Hiuee lurce
Notice wasiivtn of rates of taxation thai
would be iiiciomiI at next met line.
Adjourned to meet April SOth 1878 at seven
o clock p. 111. iiniiss sGonir conveiitii by notice.
Feled, taken tn execution, and to bo sold as the
property ot Henry (I. Thomas,
Al that certain piece or parcel of land situate In
the village of Orangeville In the county of Columbia
and Stale of Pennsylvania, bounded and descrllK'd
as follow s. to-wlt : Beginning at a stone at tho side
of a public road on land of John Merarecll and run
ning thence across the public road leadlne tltroutth
orangeville along land of O. A. Megargell north lit.
ty-four desees west nineteen and foity one huts
dreth perches to a post, In line of londof Ilenjamln
wertman, thence by land of said Weitman
south thlrty.mo and three-elghlh degrees
west ave and sixteen one hundredth perches to lime
stone, thence by land or J, S. Neyard south lift) -four
degreoa west twelve and twenty one hundredth
For a Snriii" suit made, unitl citv stvle eo to a post thence aouth seventy.four and s
tn nlvW T I owenber? quartr lliee"tW e,M aai orty.Bli one hun-
dredth perches to a post In line of land of John Me
gargel thence by the same noith seventeen and one-
fourth degiees, east two aud eighteen one hun
dredth jicrches to t he place ot beginning, containing
ninety perches of land on w hlch nre erected a frame
duelling house, barn and other out-bulldlngs.
All that certain tract or land situate In tho town
ship of Orange In said county ot Columbia bounded
nnddesrrlbed as follows, to-wlt: beginning at a
post In line of laud of 11. YV, Montgomery and run
nlog theneo by the same north seventy-five degrees.
For sale or exchauge, a new truck wagon, east twelve and a half perches to a post, thence by
llutiilf.Muvlu 1 , . . . .... ... .. .......
lauun ui lattuu jiouim uuiiu vweniy-iurre uuu u iiou
Inch and 0 & axle.
John W. Gums.
For black cashmere, black alpacas, black
Tamise cloth or black silks go to Lutz &
Admission free at .McKinney's.
IF YOU WANT TO HE NTltONO, HELTHVotld
Vhrorous take E. F. Hunkers Hitter wine nf Iron.
r.olit'Uii:e'an convey an Idea of the immediate
ana tiunosi immeuiuus eiiuuL'f pruauceu nv losing
E. F. liunlel s I liter Wine of Iron In the diseused.
ful substitute for the poisonous cosmetic former
ly in vogue.
Xhe lints produced by Hill's Icstantaneou
Hair Dye are like tlioso of Nature.
March 22, iw.
debilitated and shattered nervous svslem. vVhtth.
er broken down by excels, weak by n.ture, orlin-
fiutred by slcknesa, the relaxed and unstrung organ
tBtlon la restored 10 rcr'tet h'ullh and vigor, sold
only In 11 bottles, bold by all druggists aud dealers
Ni;itV()'H lli:illl, ITV: MlltVOI'M DKIIII.ITY;
jitiuuiiy, a ut'prt'sseii, iruuiuio ntiuu, u hi'ik.
A terrible accident occured lail Tuesday
unornlng at Ihe mine on th farm of D. Yocum
Just below town. Two brothers George and
John Samuels, and a third man named Francis
Moltnlr u.,. nranartno, Idnal nnd when insert-
Ing Ihe needle to make ready for the fuse ihe gained by incarcerating a nisn of family for
.,l,i-a P.nlmlwl. John Samuels was badlv non-payment ol taxes. The publlo are gelling
ut about the head and Ids eves were burned tired of .uch fooll.hnew, and the sooner ll.e
on him and Hugh this family have to depend
for support In the absence of the father. There
being no work now these little working chil
dren are"Vrirginr nothing Into Ihe home, and
I,, family mint lis deiiendent niton Ihe county nervous exhausted feeling, nu euergy or animation,
Ihe family must tie aepenuent upon ine county 1 t,oll(ul(t.a ,.(, fllk memory, in cciiseiiuenteot
alms house to keep irom stirriBg, int lamer
languished in jail all week, but we understand
the Hoard of Commissioners were to-day con
sidering Ihe propriety of discharging him. We
think they would do well to Inform the lax col
lectors through the county that there la nothing
Hloom-.I, it. (iroul, Thomas Webb, Win. II. lung.
Heaver Moses Sehllcher, l"eter Kckrolli.
catuulHsu Matthias Harlman.
Centralis John McDonal.
Convngham Win. (loodman. Wm. Chapman.
Flsbingcreek John M Huckalew.
(Ireenood Ira II. Kline.
Hemlock Heuben Hogurt.
Midisoii S. H. Hunyon.
orange A, It. Patterson.
line John (lordner.
Scott Lewis Hess, Wm. Ilonner.
bugarluaf-liavtd Koch, lEIlJah Albertson, Joseph
degrees west forty-two and nine-tenth perches to a
post, thence by land ot John t-nyder, south twenty
rive degrees west seventeen perches to a post, thence
south twenty-three and a halt degrees, east thirty
perches to the place of beginning, containing two
acres and ninety perches of land.
All that certain tract of land tltuate In Orange
township aforesaid, bounded and described as fal
lows, to-wlt 1 Beginning at a stone corner of laud ot
Isaac IiooDe and running thence by land of .William
Mears north twenty-three degrees, west twenty.
two and four-tenth perches, thence by land ot John
Snyder north twenty-three and a half degrees east
eight and slx-tcnth perches to a poit, theme by land
ol H. Dayman south eeventy-clght degrees east
eighteen vnd seven-tenth perches to a pine, thence
south eleven and a quarter degrees east fourteen
perches to stones, and thence by land of Isaac Hoouo
south nfty-elght degrees, west eighteen perches to
the place of beginning, containing two acres and one
hundred ana tuirty-nve perches.
All that certain tract of land situate In the town
ship of Orange aforesaid bounded and described us
follows, to-wlt 1 IteglnnlDg at a post corner ot land
of Samuel Acbenbacb and running thence by the
same south seveuty-one degrees east tw'cive perches
to a post, south eighty degrees, east ten perches
rinds a soverelfu cure In E V. Kujikil's pint r v rue liloom-Jackson Karns, John I-awall, D A. Creasy, to a Dost shuth elirhivUlx and a half de ureeseast
of Iron. It tones Ihe sjHiin, dlsrels Ho lueniul tobertO. NeaL William Ilabb. " eigniy-six ana a nsu aegrcesiasi
Iter U li'L K. 11. itriaur Jnlm Vnrlv 1ml lipuHtn
HiHtem. soldonlv lull tones. Let til ?i mi no I rf.r. "
luke nnlv E. K.Kunkels.lt has a scllovv uianner I lti-ntnn iinntni iinrtmnn
urounun.n is rnuiugiaru uu ouinuc. run, 1,1 iuui jinurireek-Emanuel lost, Lewis I) eturl'k, L. J,
oruL-ulM. K. Y. Kitnkel. I'liur elor. No. !i NoitU I a,ium, '
iMiiill sirerl, I iiiiuuriiiim. 1 u. rrnuiuriin.-wi.rui
advice rice Iry ny greut itmedv. (let Itof jour
druggist, six bottles lor 13. It earn. ot lull. Ills
guai uuteed to do as Is leeou, mended,
WORMS I WORMS! WORMS I
K. P. K linkers 01m Syiuii hevrrfalU loreinovo
Willi lowder. Mellcic escsU Willi com para-1 I me readily removed by Kunkel'B Win 111 S)inn Dr.
., 1 , . i..t 1 1....1 I If s man cannot nav his taxes, beincoutof woik Kunkel is the nnlv tuiossful rhvslelau tn tuecouu-
siveiy.iigiiiinjune,rvceivun:i..yu.i"u.- A,,' ,., ' If T. 1. iwi try fuflhe reuovalof lupe'wi.iius. He removes
ves about the body. George Samuels waster, a very common thing just now, ir lie Is allowed ,;., in,to a hnu with head oil complete, aine.
i 1 . 1 .1 a 1 . r it f. Iili llherlv he can lilik up a dollar bv odd jobs and no lee until head U passed. Common sense
nhly lacerated ; Iheflerh wastoin from his face, hl Hberiy necsn pus up ir uy uuu juu. Ui(hn u Tipe worm ran be umoved all other
,,.l li i. f.arr.l l, l,uu Iwt the ulrl.t of Loth now and then ani keep Ids little ones from cry worms con u readily desircved. Ask jour drug,
and 11 is reared lie lias lost Hie sight Ol IMiu " . , , ,.' gist for a botlle of Hunkers (oim sirup. I'rlcoll
.a Ho .,. ll .,! r. w ...l. ,' lug for bread and finally becoming Iho oljecls .Vrboiila. it never folia. If he has 11 no . have him
' , '. . . .. . ,, , 1 f.i.. ..ni.'. iliarltr for which other moiile get II, or siudto 1'iopilelor, K. Y, Kunkel, i Norlh I Koanmrcreek-M. II,
anil nils miaiuuy lias come upon uuu in uie 1 -.... , r rj ; I Mntii Mnit, 1'hlludilphla, Pa. (Advloe at oniee I bcoit-johii'crttwtord. JohnSavage, Hmry Krone.
prlllg Of life, WHU UU ., .vvv. - W.,.UM-WJU BWmU,
seven and three-tenth perches to a vost, thence
north fifteen perches to a post, thence by Und of A
Everltt north seventy-two degrees west twenty
perches to a post and thence by land ol Jacob (loud
and others north tlilitj-luo degrees vv est eighteen
aud live-tenth perches toihe place of beginning con
taining two acres ami ninety-two perches on hlch
ate erected a frame house, barn and other out
A 11 that certain tract or piece ot land situate In the
township of Centre, Columbia county, Ftaleof Penn
sylvania, bounded by lands of Alkinan E. Lazarus,
jiouujur isuuo K j usi, jamrs ijuicx, i nas, 0. Ecx. 1 vv imam tisner anu oiucrs, routalnlugnve acres ond
eu1S!ryl'luei',,'l'''"t,;',, w,uhullon ,,uck- ninety-one perches more or less.
urusge joim rvejuaru, josepu n, Kline. Howard A. I i,iMw,"wrvuiiuii uuuiu uvsomosuie
Kline, Oliver covenhoven. I property of Jacob M. llaimau.
, we) era. 1 Tennficash.
Joan savage, iimrymne. I jmin w iii.vlu.u
aprll, I.-ts bherur.
Culuwlssu John Kelfer. C, v. Sharpless, Amos line.
Centre A. K. t-huinan.
Pbhlngcreek John K.Creasey,ramuelf-lilVF,Abram
1 euier, int 4, nieuari, rruiiK a, rii'ss, Aunu ir
Krankll'n Wm. stoker.
(ireiiiwuod-samuel Horrlncer Jacob Welllver.
Locust-simon Hclwlg, ueo. w, Yeager, Henry
Molne-Wm Fisher Jr.
Madison sol. liaruhurt,
Mimin- Charles Wolf.
Montour Isaac K ost, James Quick, Chas, c. Eck,
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rHrl ICZktit Tvru ftt CIltBnl&l EzBOaltiOB fOf
fint ekncxnff fwoilttt nrt txttltmtt and I(.np cn
tiettr nf utMlmuif rw.( fiawrutf, Th bst tobftccn
rr road. At onr blut atrip lrd-mwk Ueloicly
Iniitfttiwd on Inferior Rooiii, tlit Jaekaan't ttt U
cm ptf y )1 d BoldbTltdfcU.. friiclfer tmplf
tut. l(r C. A, Jicnos Jt Co., Ufn., t'lrbTirB, V-
(J. F. WAUIM:, Urnr rl m.f Philadelphia
mar 37, 'IS-4W d
AT PK1VATE SALE,
riliow Yale Estate
5 YEARS TO PAY FOR A FARM.
M xo io rax. aorb.
licecli and 3Inple Land In Michi
gan In tlio Million Acre Grant
oTthc Grand RupldM and In
dlana Railroad Company.
Strong koll mire crops p'onty el
tlniucr-no drouglit-no clilacn
IICNS'IKU TBKAMS Pl'KK WATHH ItEAOT MARKlTIi
rC!10OI lAII KOAU COMI'l,KTEU TIIKOCOU THK
CXNTKK Or TIIKdUANT.
Send lor iiamplilut fEnglith or German
Address S I). lirCHAltT,
rlltAM) ItAI'llli'. Mien.
aprll U, 19IS-2SW d
v,n,,,3mKm rn.usimiunu.ui,, .j. , ,T Anothl.r Battle on 1I1Q1I ( I, p i VT
ColuinhlaciJtfr.tj'.a'f.nnsjIvauta.in Uie east branch y Al Ul'lllUEs WAltvvlili Mosor-U IkU A lv
The attention of iho truvelllnir nitntlc Is resiwct-
full v Invited to snmu of Hit met Its of I tils iricathlcrti-
vvay, In the confident assertion and liellet that no
other Hue can oiler equal Inducements a a routo of
mruugu iravei. iu
Construction and Equipment
l'FNNSY I.VAXIA It A I I.HO A D
stands confessedly at the head of Ainei lean railways.
rue iracK is tiouuie ine enure leuKinot uw line, ui
steel rails laid on heavy ouk ths, which ait' einhed
rit-d In a fuuhihttluu of rock haltast ehrhtt'cn Inches
Ir. d-pth. All bridges nre of Iron or stune, and bul t
llilill me luusi. upru, l',i iuu, u. iiuvHriiri i.i
while emlncntlv sate and substantial, are at the
same turn' models of comfort and elegunce.
THE SAFETY APPLIANCES
tn un ou this line well llluMrutu th lAr-aeelDg and
UU-ral lultey ol us mmjaifL'mt'ut.ln uccordatico lib
whlcb the utility only of nu lmproetnut unduut
11.1 COal UU LH-i-Il 1110 HUeSUUIl Ol fOUSlUt-TUllUIl,
A inoii t; many tnuy be uotlccu
TUE SLOCK SYSTE1I OP SAFETY SIGNALS,
JAIWEY COUPLES, BUFFER and PLATFORIT,
THE WHARTON PATENT SWITCH,
1 AND TJIK
fonnllicrlnconlunctlon with a nt-rfoct double track
and road-Inn! a t-ombl nation or aaft'tfimrd' uiruliiht
ttcelttenta wlilch have rendered tbem practically Jm-
Pullman Palace Cars
aro run ou all Kxpresa Trains
Trout Nf tv Vurk, I'lilliilrllilHt llaliltuurr hiiU
Tu Ckli'iiHU, Chirhimill, I,auUUIU, ludlnuapnlU
wild int. LouU,
and to all principal points In the tar Wc&t and South
with but odh clianjfe ot ctrn. Connect Ions aro matin
In l ulun IH-iKjts, und aro abjured to all lm(ortaut
Is admitted to be unsurpassed In trfe world tor cran
deur. beauty and variety. UDerlor refreslimt'iit la
duties nre pro ultd. hmplo. ees are courteous and
attentive, and It U un lue lablu reault that a trip by
me ruiiuBj iuui iiiitirouu uiut lurm
A Pleasing an 1 Mencrabl ) Experience.
Tickets for Bale at the lowest rates at the Ticket
oniceaot the Coin puny In all Important titles and
of lioatlngcreek. It coiftrthUgf.a beautUul farm ot
auout " ,
1 2 O -A. C B. E S,
on wlilch ore erected a commodious and comforta
ble Dwelling House, a large Hank Lam, Cider Tres?,
and a'l iiecesfary out-bulldlngs. It ha.s groulng
upon It jilmr dance of excellent fruit, han a well of
water at both thg dwelling house ahd barn, and Is
i-umt-Dii'iu ui uivef-H oy pumio roaus.
AdJiMnlneaiidUlnBapait ot the some, but win to
bold he (inratilj- If desired, about nve acrca of Ihe
abov e hinds, vv hereon aro erected a lorso
CUSTOM, (UIIST AND FLOl'IlINO MILT.
vvltli four run of slonc, a Dwelling Ilousi", a Haw
Mill, a Un- Hoods More and Iiwelllnr: Houso Bnd
oilier Improvements, together with the water-power
ana appurtenances thereto.
The Willowvnlc l'osf Ofllcc
Is on the premises. It Is within easy reach ot cota
vvKsa, Centralis, Af Wand, Mount Carmel and oilier
mining towns for market purposes,
The property In bounded by lands of Munson, and
Arlley, nnd Sheets, and 1). llowcr and others. The
two described properties will bo sold separately or
togethtr to kult purchasem. For tenns apply to
ousts renewed, see Uettttys latest Newspaper for
full reply bknt kkke, lieforq huvinp I1.M or
OUfllAN read mv latest circular, lieuttv's celebra
ted 1'luhoH and iirgans, bt-au1 llul Instrument 1 Cbai
lent,rfb4iuijp.trlon 1 Hlvalr. are Jealous of my sue.
cesal Molt succesivful liomi In America 1 Com
menccd a few v. ears ago w tthont a dollar, sales now
nearly K.oum.ixo annually IxjvveRt prices ever, giv
en, elegant ltOHew-ood Pianos 9135. la stop Church
Wi ii urgun, riii., iremenaoui iiar- tir i ii
A Ivcalns now ready. Addrei-s 1). f.YY All
apru u; ,s-w
WRM TllOt Mllllurd'a Uncllrnll
til t M Catarrh will not Instantly roll
N-'v- vy apeedlly cure, lielerences
wens, j-fq., wins, rorgc
torn, N. Y.: v m, Kow
rtv w n llatlon, Orant .t Uowi
V r I I Tettlmonlals ond tren
,m II I l'llee. with improved In
ev.T3 where, WEEKS
1 1 nre mr
Kreedlly cure, lielerences. Henry
Wells, fq., wills. Fargo t ia, Au-
ruru, n, v.; vv m, miiren, rrn , sit-
treniiso Dy man.
ed Inhaler 11 Hold
I'rnnrletnrH. Ilo&lon. Msjih.
aprll U, lS"S-w d
In Solid Silver
Triple and Quadruple plate.
UIsh Mendenlioll, E. It. Drinker or John O. Freeze, Conslstlngof Napkin Kings, fpoons. Forks, Table-
at lllfMiiiislriinr I't-nn,! fAh c i. it I vUI" 'i'ii ivury ana .vieiai nanoies, uasiors,
ai mooniMiuit,, unn a. feb.8, 1-u CliLu Curd j)asV:ct3j waler-Htchere, etc.
Bronze Drnamemts for Clocks orMantels
In Kolid Ancient Drome or French Ilronze.
Oca Virietv orCinn IUskits in buuu Hkonzb in
LARUR AND TEKV 1UND80MB,
We guarantee the (inalltv of the roods n mii. ir
not on represented, will refund the money promptly.
A. J. WI2IDENER.
36 South Second at., Philadelphia,
aprn lv, is-vv a
View of Marriage !
MKinMIMnUI A Quid lo W.dfs! .J
MOR I?E MICHL,
rKACTZOAXi PIANO MAKSS,
TTJNER AND RSFAZHBK,
T.. 1-. FAUM Kit,
(leu'l 1'atoepger Agent
J. K. SIlOEMAKKlt
Pans. Aireut Middle rut..
11 North 'Ihlrdbtnit, llairUburg,
ESTiTIOt'l'lllrSBVX COKKIII, piLCSiSlO.
letters of AdmlnUtratlon on tho estate of Preservo
Cunner, lute or llenlon tow nf hip, Columbia county,
l'a . deceased, have l4'en giuuud by the, KegWterof
said county to Ihe undersigned AdmlnUtiaior of
llloomsburg. All perbons luivlug claims agaliut
theehtateof Ihe detvdent are requeslwl to present
them for Willi incut, anu thou Indebted to the ea
lute to make paviiu nt to the undertltincd Admlnhv
viuiur nimuuv ueiuj.
EM JON If),
pi II f, 7S-w AdmluUtr lor.
a dividend f 8 tier cent. eamliiL'arf timnnnt it
mnniha will l paid to the Morkholders of the Cat a.
niHttuiiuKDViuivui tuier U114 uuie,
oco.li, oiuiert. Treat.
FII1ST CLASS PIANOS AND ODOANS FOIt HALE,
SECOND HAND PIANOS TAKEN IM EXCIIANUE.
OltDEHS UY MAIL 1'ItOMlTLV EXECUTED,
n ll lift MM4MarpklD.IUUU,jMlnl.l.ftlM4nr
AUff IT, TT-ly IU(J
AM KKICA ASSUKAXCE CO.
ThO HESetS Of tllCW old iVH-TVirminrm mrt nil It.
vebled in SOLID HKCUItJTIth and are liable to the
unru ui riro vmy.
m iHifruie nnvs ou iw wsi rinvs aro aioue accepted.
LObheH PKOMITLY Ulld IlOhLhTLY adlliwlfd lintl nnM
clul Ayent end Adjuster, ll ooui&turir, I'enu'a.
Tte I'ltizeiitt or CoIuiddUi count thould natronle
iiienctiicy wueroiobbea, it any, aiu adlubtea and
yniu u) vuv vi lueiruwo uuzeiis. XioV.16, ll-lj
IyuJULtut IrrtUtM uu U
iUUlta ut innriB0 anrl Km
sJff Oj&zP rr cf Ke product I en &4
A book tar i.rt . mnmiA.
n.-vifi ',yv',,MEPlCAt- ADVISER!
. rictn-,irBccrt Diaeiat, vU Lb bait
a C UICAL LrCTUBB on th- shov dlttti aaj
Jh.' - i.r Throat Btni Lunfft, CUrrli.B,uplur, Mi
Om I II Jtfiblt,l.cp'Ue Writ.
YEAR. AcenU wanted, llul.
ni lerl ttnitita . PartlruUn fr
ftug. IT. ty ao
PUBLIC SALE HAND BILL
I'litited at this Office
Eouuds, ornamentul delrns,tradu marks, and la
el. Caverns, Ai-xlirmnenlii. Interfen-im'v i,...i.
n i..!ri"i!il.'1;,''.'VJ!'',"UJ "" C"BB arlsini; under
.hv ... nuu jut aiieuU III,
Inventions That Havn
1?ll .1 I ?( rPI?,n '' tneiiaiem onicemay
JH-f" "-iV'.l r-lLsllll 111 most cases, bo pat.
euttd by us. linns oppuaite the patent otM'e, we
.,.wr rrurvues. aim hecure patents more
promptly, and with broader claims thin Uiono vvUi
e d for
hantcal de. 1
ir 1 u ' "S " NOTICE AND AT THK
MOST kEASONAIU.K TERMS.
T AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
rend us a mrdel or sketch of jour devloo ! we make
HISTORY op the WORLD'
EmbraCll'lT full Bnd ailtliet.lln bi-nma ...
nation of ancient and H.odern times, and iinMiirimf.
ahlti;ry oithorlto and fall of the Urtek and llo
luau huiplrts, tho urowtliLf the nations of mndrrn
Kurofie, Ihe middle Bfes, the rruiades,tho feudal
tiieLt'Sr ii", i' ,0,!','!,1U' ,"'u dlovery and settle.
ntfi"""'!'!." ,rt0 01 tharncuud advlao asto pateut- laVrtS S!ii'HPuS ,0,leaH'Sr?vln"''' n1
ability. All torrvpoi.k.en' e Hrlclly conndeilial. ",rfS0V,i'?.colV.'!m.l.'lic"' ' "e mct complet
Prices ow nnd NO CIIAKOK UNLESS l-tTKVT i I Ci..; ' u "li """ji ever puniibiied. It aella at
rhcuitm. wnnM uua 1ATEM is aii;ht, bend lor apeclmen pa kc and extra Urtua u
vv e nier In Uncials In the I-otent nmce. toourcll.
its u everr itainnr ii,h r . i l!', ' ''
........... I..,,,,,.,, tv vviiuieiui. eiHciai refei
l A. SNOW A CO..
. Opposite Patent Otllee, Wushlnslou, 0. 0,
upru ot ,i tf
pnoTnoxoT.s nvs notice.
. V . . '":";u, mven inai me fo o i,l' ac
counts ho been Wed In the oniee of tho 1'rittono-
booLN AddWh'KbcU 'SUr tlmn "" 0,her
man?u! t-U'1 tuami" P- 1-HIlnOelphla.
Vi,J.liK V.W Tf'NKCI'IlMTKItlllTO
J'J . im. UII.K'8 IIIIKAT
neid asStt fi',11.l"-'.ltk lu' HniiDlvalla
J,ni-f,'1.l,e,u'"...0 vnia. nnd h.uo al
rL.. . " ,v t i nniBiir (tirotiat.
Vi "?''" ifiiliorv wamtd. Addicta 1.
ILV ,Ul'. t'0,1,,,l. OI ''""""on I'leaa Li Columbia uimWli",!,? SS'l'S.,"'" ("iyftua. J
..,71... . . K''w'nieu IU vim COUrl Oil tile I f,l 'uu,' 1 .
:, ..t.' ! a "Bi sou iii uj counnned after four inT,T, i, n J-w.V 1 prn jiuiavv inuin,
dajaunlesaeiceptlonslwmiwlihlnthatijme narui,i?, -sunn l)ur
WJ .1 . . "V8T15ll8 0.
Neatly inl Clitaply viiuuii attheCoi-n