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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURGr, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
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Itnll lto.nl rime Tultle.
lackX wanna iiLooMsnuim hail hoad
. 8.43 A.M.
T.52 A. M.
4.49 P. M
11.61 A. M
Mull Train 7.3s A.M
tvpress Train 1.M P, t.
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UATAWlPSA HAIL IIOAl).
Accommodation Train ews A.M.
Hegular Express , 4.00 P.M.
Thrown cars on Kxpress train cither to New York
or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between
Uatawtssa and Wllllamsport.
T,t P. M.
11,45 A. M
We lite nt the bottom of an ocean of air,and
nf t.ftAna-ll.. I 1 1. . 1 f . , t
or .,!.,,.. - .i ti .'. .e. i Way i (li. In the case of the Commonwealth
icr iinisonous germs constantly floating through . ' , . , . . . . ... .
Ii T ............. t c .! .? ! T.Jeepli Miller, defendant p eails guilty of
tt. lo proven! such from assort ng their pre . ,. . , ' , ,. , , ,.
!,ij.' m, , ., ,, . ',,, asMiilt and hallcry. After lioer tig witnesses
judicial effect upon tho system, Ur. Bull's , , , , , . , ,
im...i mi... . i it, i i. m i tne court sentenced elefnilanl to Iny a fine of
-iw. imAuui! Biiuiuu uc uscu as us ciucncy is n in i . .s
..,,. I ...i..f.i uvc dollars and cots of prosecution.
We oflVr n siieclal discount of 10 per cent to
old and new subscribers who ny In advance.
$1.80 will pay for Ilia Columbian for one year
after this dale until further notice. This does
not apply to subscription now duo Our sub
scribers will do us a favor by calling thtlr
neighbors attention to the f ict that the Colum
bian can be had for $1.80 in advance, the only
$2 00 paper in tho coiiuly making the offer.
Dr. S. Y. Thompson of Dinvlltc Is the He.
publican Senatorial delegate frdin this (list ict.
The factory of II ilf penny k Co. at S.inbury
was destroyed by fire lut week.
Tho frost of tho last few mornings has some
what d imaged vcgctntlou.
Tho keg factory of I. S. Monroo and Son at
Itupert boa resumed operation.
Tho Town Council bavo fived the 2." tli of
May at 2 o'clock p. m. ns tlio timo for appeals
Hnrtman llrothcrs lmvo n flno assortment of
groceries, fruit Ac . just nvclved.
Do our people propo-e looliservo Decoration
Day? If so they should go about It now.
C. E. Savage has opened a new jewelry More
in the post oflice. See card in another column.
A valuable cow belonging lo .1 II. ITnrmnn
was killed nt Itupert last Sunday by a train on
the L. & B. It. It.
Mystkmous Suicide in LtwisBuno. On
last Sunday morning Owen Shurty, of Lewis
burg, commllttd suicide by bunging htmself In
his static. Deceased was about fifty years old
and leaves a wife and tbren children. No cause
can be assigned for the rash act, he being in
tolerably good circumstances.
I) A. lieckley received a telegram on Tues
day from the Luzerne delegation to the Repub
lican Slate Convention, lo have the Columbia
county crowd Join them at the ltloom.burg sta
tion on I he noon train. After considerable dif
ficulty litckley succeided tn gathering the clan
and marshaling lliem In line. The procession
consisted of J. C Drown, delegate, no brass
band escorted lliem.
Tun Tidy Hovsewike. The careful tidy
housewile, when sho is giving her house Its
spring cleaning, should bear in mind that the
le.ir Inmates of her lioue are more precious
than houses, and that tliei systems need cleans-
ng by (unifying ibe blood, regulating the stum
aih and buwels to prevent and cure the disea
ses arising from spring malaria and miasma,
mid she should knuw that there is nothing that
will do It so perfectly and surely as Hop Hit
ters, the purest and best of all medicines. See
Michael Ilnuch bus leased the Itupert Hotel,
and Mr. n. It" I ubbs has retired front I
A change In the weather occurred on Friday
last. It grew cold, and on Saturday and Sun
day, fires and overcoats were necessities.
A railroad ticket to Chicago and back for
sale at till" ollice very cheap. (lood until De
cember 3 1 t 1878. tf
S. P. Wolvertnn lvii., was engaged In court
thia week in the trial of (he case of Vanderslice
The Post Oflice has heen adorned by the ro
nmvnl therein of C K Savage's watch maker's
stsi'ili liinent, ami his jewelry and silverware.
Pudiie.v Dkatii John Gulliver of Frosty
Vallcv died "Uildenly on last Saturday night of
"heart t!i"iase. He worked hard during the day
ate a li.-arly supper, and died s mhlcnly.
Ph. U'li'iu National Bank of Lewishurg lias
sihc tilled for the present. No particulars are
m ule public, hut it is thought the depositors
will be paid in full.
It seems (bat the Kxposition nt Paris is
cramped for room. The Sllfer Walls, and
Slirincr Mlg. Co., of I-ewisburg, sent over, for
xbibillon, a beautiful and expensive hay-rake.
They recently were informed that, to accommo-
late it with room, the spindles had lo be sawed
nlT. It appears by this that the department to
V. S. is very limited, or else Uncle Sam has an
enormous number of his Yankee notions on ex
Welcome. Our friend, O. E. Myers of
Cntnwin, has commenced the publication of
n weekly newspaper called the "(htawhsa Xcus
Item." The first number on our tablo is ex
cellent, and tho editorial is original. It be
longs tn no party, but its leading editorial is
headed "( ommtinism." Nevertheless we nro
glad that the Cntawissians have at last got a
newspaper, a good one at that, and why
not struggle for the county scat?
Indorsed by the Medical Fraternity, popular
in every circle, found everywhere, Glenn's Sul
phur Soap is undoubtedly the most popular
purifier, remedy for skin diseases and injuries,
and complexional beautifier in America. Sold
by all Druggists.
Hill's Hair & Whisker Dye, Black or Brown
May 17 4-w.
The Iiqmblican asserts that the National
movement Is only a "blind to catch republi
cans." In the same issue it calls particular
attention to the fact that the National nominee
for governor is a Democrat. It is a notorious
fact that the convention rejected William H.
Armstrong for governor because he was an old
republican (and to save Iloyt's scalp) and put
in nomination a man who was formerly a Dem
ocrat. This looks very like n Cameron trick
to catch democrats.
A. C. Smith, in aspvcli mule in the Conven
tion, at Pliiladelphi i designated the platform
oi (he iveuonai wreenback iibor i arty as a
"farrago of nunnense fit only for a mob." Wi
a-ree with the delegate fioin Columbia.
An engineer corps is at work on Ibe Nnrlh
& West Branch railrond making surveys, Tliii
looks like biMiie?,and there is now a fair pro
pectfor the completion of the road.
Judge Rochafeller has ordered the Jury Com
mhiioneraln draw 108 jurymen for the murder
trials that will come (.11' In June, In Sunb irv
Criminals and nttorr eys will have some trouble
in exl.auting this panel.
Parents cannot be too careful in guarding the
health of their Babies. Only a good ami re
liable medicine should bo given to them. Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup is known not to contain
A New S100 Cou.ntliifkit. In the course
of businer- at the treasury Friday u counterfeit
5100 on the Second National bank of Wilkes
barre, P.i,, was discovered. The counterfeit is
well executed and will easily deceive an ordi
nary expert. We have not received any yet.
Tho name of the phonograph in Gernuu is
e-spreecher. The instruments manufactured for
Germans are made of iiiiuually tough material
Made of coinuiw materiel the thing would lly
into match sticks at the sound of its own name .
Commonwealth vs. 1,. J. Adatu, violating
fish law. A true bill. Nol pros, cnlrred on
payment of costs.
Commonwealth v. Wellington Yeager. Sel
ling liquor on Suidiv. Not a true I III. Pros
fculor E. H. Bolick lo pay tho costs. This bill
was referred again to the Grand Jury, wlih the
May 8th. John T. Shuman vs D. II. A W.
It. It. Sherlfi" allowed to amend bis return.
Commonwealth vs. Nathan Creasy, Fa1c
Pretense. A true bill.
Commonwealth vs. Abraham McCnlluui, Alln
Shellhnmmer and Amos McIIenry. Iirccny.
Not a true bill.
Commonweal Ih vs. Abraham McCollum.
Larceny. Not a true bill,
Case of Commonwealth vs. Nathan Creasy
was called, and jury i mpannclled. Jury ren
dered verdict of not guilty but defendant lo pay
the costs, .
Commonwealth vs. Harry Faux. Forgery
and fatso pretense. A true bill. Continued ot
the instance of the District Attorney, and ball
reduced tn $200.
Andrew L Frill nn report of committee, and
on motion of J. G. Frec.e F.-n., was admitted
lo practice law In the several courts of Coltim
Frederick Kambach admitted and sworn as a
citlr.en of the United Hlntcs.
Monday was fixed for reading the return of
She slictlfl of the sale of real cMate of John Sey
Commonwealth vs, Itobert Stewart. Larceny
A true bill.
Commonwealth vs. Francis Engle, Larceny.
Tl.is was the prosecution for stealing I lie ring
of Patrick Hester after be was executed. No
witnesses appearins on the part of tho Common'
wealth, the recognizance of Cadiarinn Hitler
the prosecnlrlx was forfeilid on til Jlion of the
May 9. II. W. Mclteynolds vs. S. P. Case.
Amended declaration filed by leave nf court.
An odjourned Court was otdend to be btld
on the 1st dy of July 1878.
May 13. In the nutter of 'the estate of John
Michael deceased, amended' account filed, and
time for filing exceptions extended until June
Order of sale continued in tho estate of Pe
ter Ent deceased.
Sheriff's return of sale of real estate of John
Scybcrt read in cpen court.
Michael Graver's administrators vs. Charles
II- Wolf. Jiiy called and sworn, May 11,
Jury find in favor of the defendant.
David Fowler's administrators vs. William
Kingston. Caso tried. EiMiitnblo ejectment.
Defendant given until May I I, 1879 to pay
balance iluc on property.
lteport of sale of real estate of W. A. Kline
deceased, confirmed nisi
Samuel Nejhard, William Shaficr. and J. F.
Conner w( re nppeinted viewers of a road
lteport of viewers of it road in Centre town
ship confirmed nisi,
May 15. Sheriff acknowledged deeds in
On motion of W. H. Abbott Ksn:, Lloyd P.
Applcman was admitted to practice in the scv
cral courts of Columbia county.
Mary G. Vanderslice vs. Abrnm Snyder. On
MKW (IAMR AND FISH LAW.
The amending and eon'otidallng the game
and fish laws ofthls Stale, which has finally
passed the Senate, and Is now furnishing food
for huuioroili members of the lower brat ch nf
tho Legislature, make s.na Important ilung-s,
which are here briefly referred lo.
The first section provides that Ibe deer bunt
ing season rliall bo firm October I tn Decem
ber 15. Under the old law it was from Uclo-'
bir 1 lo January 1.
The second reel ton provides lint sipiiiifl
bunting shall conimenco nn September 1 and
close January 1. The old law prescribes from
July 1 lo Januaiy 1.
The third section authorizes rabbit limiting
from Oct. her 15 to January 1. At present, Oc
tober 15 In December 15 Is the limit.
The sixth section ptohlblls the killing of nny
tfiWoni between April lu and September 1.
Under former laws no protection was afford
lo cither wild pigeons, wild ducks, or wild
The I. mill mid tenth sections fix quail and
pbea.ant hunting seasons from October 15 to
lu relation to trout li-hing the new law pro
vides tl ut the season h ill open on April 1
and continue until Aiigirt 1, The present act
closts the catching sen-ou nn August 15 Ba'
fishing can b' indulged in between June 1 and
January 1, in-tiail of fioui July 1 to Match 1.
If the bill Incomes a law, it will be seen lh.it
bis lifliing will he allowed after June lt.
from (hit side of the river was notified by
letter that his little daughter about four
yer.4 of ago was lying ill with It. Mr,
Brown came home Immediately and on
Saturday night Ihn child died. The remains
vtrre taken tn Mifflin on tho following Mon
day and Interred In the cemetery nt that
place. ery appropriate remarks for Iho
occasion were made by the Uev. E. II. Lei
senrlng of Catawlssi. Mr. Brown Informed
us I ait night that his youngest child was
complaining with n sore throat ; also the
sickness and death In Mr. Brown s family
has detained him from attending tho ses
sions nt Harrisburg for a few days but ho In
tends returning to-morrow If his child Is not
too bad. The telephone excitement Is rag
ing In this place also. Bodine and Longen
berger have a good one which affords consid
ernlile amusement for tho old as well at tho
Before you begin your heavy spring work
after a winter of relaxation, your system
iiecels cleansing and strengthening to pre
vent an attatk of Ague, Billious or Spring
1'ever, or some other Spring sickness that
will unfit you for a season's work. You will
save time, much sickness and great expense
if you will tiso one bottle of Hop Bitters In
your family this mouth. Don't wait. See
A Nntv Judicial District. Northern
Pennsylvania has long felt Ike need of a Feder
al Judicial district, embracing tiie counties of j
Cameron, McKeair, Potter, Tioga, Bradford,
Luzerne, Susquehanna, Wayne, Lycoming,
Northumberland, Dauphin, Juniata, Union,
Snyder, Montour, Columbia, Sullivan, Wyo
ming, Carbon, Pike, Monroe, Centra ami Clin
ton. Iteprescntative Collins last week intro
duced a bill creating these counties into a new
Judical elistrict, ami providing for tho appoint
ment of a District Judge and United States
Mandial and United Slates Attorney.
Tho following properties wero sold by Slier-
Infiinan at the Court House on Saturday,
Joseph Tinsley sold to James Bower for $45.
Augustus Strauser to Abbott tt lthawn for
J. W Eck to Si rah A. Eck for $5000.
A bra m Krei-lier to Citizens B. ti L. Asso
ciation of Cenlralia for $5.
J, C. Smith one tract to M. E. Jackson for
Chas. Bachman to Bloomsbur M. S. F. &
Association for $1000.
Danvili.i: Cii'onisTEiis, This celebrated
troup, under the leadership of Gorner Thomas,
will ing at Iho Opera House to night (Friday).
They have a well earned reputation, and we
have no doubt will receive a merited rexeptinu
by our music loving community.
The annual meeting of the Col. Co., Agri
cultural Suciety for the election of officers will
be held in Ibe Opera House at Bloom'burg, on
Saturday the 18lh of May, at 1 o'clock p. m.
T. J, Vandeksuck,
May 10 2-w
Lost, Stiiayeii on Stolen. A German set
ter pup about one year old, whito with orango
spots on back, disappeared on or about April
11th. Any information left at this oflice lead
ing to recovery of tho Bamo will bo liberally
All soldiers of the late, or any previous war
fiem Columbia county or vicinity nro request
ed to meet in Convention at Bloomsburg on
Saturday, May 25tb,at 10 o'clock u. m. to per
fect an organization The object is to pre
serve records which moy be useful hereafter,
mid to maintain a fraternal feeling among
thosu who risked their lives to save theiricoun-
R. B. Rickets.
C. G. Jackson.
G. W. Utt.
C, B. Bbockway
Columbia county papers please copy.
The following bids wero made at the Com
tnissionor's office last week Thursday for the
Ejer's Grovo Briilgo : M. Shaffer $321, C. W
Eves $221. II. F. Edgar $257,50, P. Miller
$209, Wm.L. Manning $257,50, '1 homos Gor
ey S2G0 and B. Itedlin $250. Tho contract
was awarded to U. W Eves
The place for Sunday Schools or individuals
to buy libraries or singlo books, is at the storu
of G. A Chirk, our enterprising stationer and
bookseller His rates are very rcasonable,and
ho can furnish any book published in tho conn
try. His orders have always been catisfactori
Tho licenso for tho old "Nicely" house at
Berwick was transferred by tho Court on
Thursday lust to Henry O, Williams, u nephew
ol the present owner of tho premises, In grant
ing tbu transfer Iho Court gave notico that if
Wm, Williams was found intoxicated upon tho
i premises it would bo presumptive and conclu
sivo evidence that tho landlord bwl sold liquor
to a person of known intemperate habits.
A GOOD WEEK TOIl ACCIDENTS,
Main On Monday of last week Manet M
Shuman masbcel his thumb. On Tuesday U
J, Campbell was caught in a corn cutter, and
badly mangled two fiugera of the right hand
On Wednesday while Win. II. Fiehcr and bis
hired help were wrestling, the former" fell am:
broke his leg jiiHl above his ankle. On Thurs
day Nathan .Miller fell from an apple tree und
broke hu leg ut the ankle. On l'rulay Wm
Erwlne while cutting wooel struck his foot with
glance of the axe and split Ids foot nearly from
toe to heel.
MijJIin.On Saturday lasl a man named Sny
der fell and broke an arm in two places. And
Il ls h not "Fall" weather either.
The accident that happened to little Claude
Zarr, son of the Prothonolary of this county,
terminated fatally on Tuesday morning at two
'clock, lock jaw having set in. After his fall
from the rocks be seemed to be rapidly recur
ring, was supiKMeel to bo entirely out of danger
and was able lo lake his meals at the table. On
Sunday night however, symptoms of lock jaw
appeared, and be rapidly grew worse until
death ended his sufferings. The funeral took
place on Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock,
court adjourning for Ibe occasion. This Is u
severe aflUclion to the bereaved family, and
they have the sympathy of the entire comoiunl-
Claude wan a bright little fellow, and the
km Is the ranro keenly felt from the fact that
he teemed Improving bo rapidly when suddenly
On Sunday morning, at about one o'clock
Milton Charles and family who live in the Ex
change Block were awakened by the smell of
smoke. At first they paid but little attention
to it, supjioslng thu smoke to come from Scott's
Bakery next door, but on investigation it was
found that llieru was lire lu the building. Mr.
Charles ran out and gave the alarm. The fire
was in Webb's Tobacco store. The door was
broken lu, and after soou trouble the fUmea
which bad got considerable headway, were
subdued. The fire started on the right band
aldoif th? store, as you enter. It may have
arisen from a match being carelessly thrown
down, and smoldering until a flame arose. Or
it may have been the work of an incendiary, as
the back cellar eloor was found openeel, through
which a ersoii from outside could get
to the sKl whence the fire slarted. This Is the
more probable theory, as Mr. Webb missed a
ijuantlly of lohacoe) which it is supiuseil was
stolen before Ibe fire broke out. If the smoke
bad nol awakened Mr, Charles when It did, It is
probable that the Exchange Block, and many
adjoining buildings would hvo been destroyed,
while Charles anil family would have peiished,
the fire being Immediately under Ibe only stair
way Out leads (o their rooms on the third floor.
It was a wondtriul cipe.
Last Saturday morning tho Cou.t opened
9 o'clock, and after hearing miscellaneous ino
lions, took up Ibe cases in which remonstrance
had been filed to the granting of license". The
first case called was that of Bovil W. William
of Berwick. Mr. Stewart presented lo the court
a petition signed by 138 citizens of Berwick,
asking that the license be granted, and ii'ked
permi-sion to file tho petition which was grant
el. The remonstrance set forth Ihat Boyil Wil
Hams evas a mere figure head, that the business
was done by William Williams, who is an in
temperate man, and unlit to keen a hotel. J,
M. Lilly, station agent at Berwick was the fir
witness called, and testified tint goods came to
the staiion within the last year for W. Williams
Ic Co. He did not know much of W. Williams,
Had seen him when be thought him intoxii'a
ted. Never saw Iiovd Williams drink, nor un
der Ibe influence of liquor.
C. G. Jackson said that all t lie business he
had with Ibe hotel was in the name of William
Williams, who is an intemperate man. Buyel
Williams had representee! tn witness that bis
father was running the hotel.
II. M. Hnckmau said that he sold truck &c
lo the hotel, and made out bills in name of Wi
Ham Williams who paid him. Nobody direct
ed him to make out bills In that way. W
Williams is an ii temperate man, intoxicated
most of the lime. Has the reputation nf aim
ing iiimales of the hou-e when iulnxicalei
Levi Breilbender said In' bad tende'd birat
lbs hotel iluriiig the- u inter. Was einplujesl
first lime by Boyd Willi s, next lime by Wil
Ham. B"vd Paid him both time p. Willi im
gels tight once in a while.
Dr. II. L. Freas, Bev. J. II. MiG.irrih, Itt-v
James Dixon, Rev. W. Cattell, O. R. Wondin
James Jacoby,ainl eithers werealso heard as lolhe
renutati in of W. Williams for M.briety. tniin
sel for Boyd W. Williams called a number
witnesses to prove tho good reputation nf the
bouse for good order. Ced. I' re ere and l Slew
art addressee! the Ceiurt in favor nf Ibe appli
cant, and Col. S. Knnrr replied for the reiuern
slrants. The decision of llio case was re'erver
until Tuesday morning, when the application
was refused on the ground that W. Williams
was the real proprietor, and lie is n man mint
keep a hotel. The Court in granting a license
two years ago said that ill doirg hi, it was with
the understanding ihat Ibe lief rise would be re
voked on the first eomplalnt nf Intemperate In
dulgence on the part ofW. Williams, Tbeev
lelcnce now is thai be Is inloiii iiieil most i f the
line, and believing that Iho application Is made
by the run merely as a cover, the Court cannot
consistently grant Ibe license, Mr. Stewart
Hltd Ihat ibe matter bo delayed a few ilajs, as
the hotel was a necessity le the traveling pub
lic, and Ihat Mr. Williams would endeavor to
get renie prope r person lu lake llie hotel, and
the license cejiild then be granted and transferr
ed. The Court had no objection lo this.
The petition of Geo W.Miller for a restau
rant in Berwick was ('(eed on the ground
Ihat ihere was no necetslly for n i.ew saloon
there. C. D. Fowler and several others lliousbt
the public convenience required another eating
bouse. Several more thought there wae
necessity for It. On Tuesday morning the
Court refused the license, on Ibe ground Ihat
Berwick did not need another place of that
In the case of Milton Charles, the evidence
that was submitted at February Icim, was con
sblereil as being before tho Court, and the ap
plication and remonstrance were allowed to
rest on that. This case was also continued uu
til Tuesday, when Ibe Court stated that it was
with considerable difficulty Ihat they hud con
eluded to grant the licecse. It was an old eland
and there was but one violation proved again
he applicant. If n tingle complaint was made
the license will be revoked.
The bearing of Ibe case of 1). W. Robbtna
was continued until July 1st.
The remonstrance agaiiitt the lice use of Wil
11am Uiger was withdrawn, as euiiiiiel for re-
iiiouilranls said they were unable to find wil
ineasea who would testify to what counsel be
lie Vic! lo be Ibe tiulb. 'ILe lleei.io wai ibcre
fore granted, llicio beii g no tljeellcn to It, and
the hout-e being an old aland.
In pjrsumce of a cell by Messrs. Sharpies,
Evans and ttabb, members eif the Town Conn
ed!, a special mectlr g nf Council was held on
Me.tidjy evening M.y IS, b. Tliewbject of the
meeting was lo tike further action on the repeal
of Ihc cattle ordinance and t i provide for the
collection of the Town tax. Tho President and
all the members were pre-cnt. Mr. Kabb band
ed a pa1 er to the Secretary and requested him
lo read it. It w as the clrall of an ordinance to
repeal ordinance No. 21. Mr. Rabb moved the
ordinance be passcil, Mr. Elwtll raiseel the
point thai to notice hail been given tint such
an emlinacce would be presented at this meet
ing, ami nl-u that an ordinance shnuld be pars
ed at a tegular meeting. The vote was laken
and resulted as usual lu nvcr of the ordinance,
lto3. Mr Sliarpless moved that the notice re
quired by laev lw given, and the ordinance pub-
lied in the Sintlntl. Mr. Elwell moved to
amend ny sub-tuuting I lie Jiepubiican. inc
riicndment was lost by n vote of 4 to 3. Janica
Thomas and M. C. Woodw.uel evere nominated
lor Tax cullector. Thomas was elected by a
vole of 4 to 3. His bonel already signed by
imselfand sureties was presented and the sure
ties approved bv the council. On motion the
CRUELTY TO ANIMUS.
The. following bill is before the Legislature :
House bill 112, a supplement to an act entitled
An act for the prevention of cruelly to animals
in this comuinnweallh," approved March 29,
ISO!). It provides, substantially, that nny per
son who shall cause tn be cruelly ill-trcaleil,
ovcr-Ioaueel, over driven, beat or otherwise
abuse a-y animal, or fill to supply the same
wit h sufficient food and water at least twice
ich elav, or shall cause eeiws lo be kept in poor
v ventilated pens anil fed on slop or food not
adapted lo produce milk, or confine any animal
wbeie it cannot lie down for rest, or shall kilt
for sale in the market, any maimed, sick or ilis,
eased animal, or shall train or cause to be train
ed for the purpose of bailing or fighting, any
bull-doer, cock or other animal, or shall know-
ly permit the same on any place owned and
under bis control, shall beguilty of misdemean
Tin- word animal shall be held to include
every living creature other lhan the human
race. The sheriff or constable eif any county, or
policeman of any city, or agent or member of
iny society for the prevention of cruelly to an
inials, mav lawfully interfere to prevent the act
of cruelly In animals, also enter nny building if
any of the provisions nf lliis act are being or
about to lie violated, make arrests and bring
the ollendirs before any alderman or mag'lS'
M ARK ETRE PORTS.
BLOOMSBURG MA RK ET.
Wheat rer bushel 11.35
live " In
Corn, new, " ,i
Oats, " " si
l'lour per barrel 7.M
Miles K Shoulders mi
Lard per pound i
Hay per ton 10. U'
Timothy Seen 'icei
euueAiius run coal.
No. 4 on Wharf t S.oo per Ton
No. a " " t .is
NO. G " ,"!
Hlacksmltli'sLutap on Wharf IS.cs) "
miieminous w i
OOMSBURG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NOIUIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
?cv. D. J. WALLER, Jr., A. M., Principal.
Tills SCHOOL, as at present constituted, oners tho verv best facilities for Professional and Classical learning. , ,,.-
Handings spacious, Hulling and commodious s completely heated by steam, well U'Dtllated, lighted by gas, and furnished with a bountiful supply of pure.son
iK!aiioti npnuiiT u. alio easy or access, laac lers ovnor
moderate, fifty cents a week eb'duellon to all expecting to teach.
Toachers experienced, efficient, and alive to their work. Discipline, nrm but kind, uniform ana tnorougn. nipcnses
'. Ilooins rcscn ca wuen uusireu.
courses of study prescribed by the Male I
btudeiits admitted at any time.
II. Preparatory. III. Elementary. IV, Classical.
I Academic. II.Cominerci.il. III. Course in Music. IV. Course In Art. V. Course in Physical Culture.
I. Model School.
Adiunct Courses :
Tho Blcmentary, - Sclentinc and Classical Courses are Ptt'lFKs IION'AL, and students graduatng therein, receive Stato Diplomas, conferring I no roiiowin
correspondlnit Degrees : .Master ot the Moments ; Master ofrthe sciences i Mater of tuo Classics, elraduates In tho other Courses receive ormai ceninaees
their attainments,, signed bv Ibe twicers of tho Itn erd of Tdustees.
The course of Mud y nrescrlts-d by I lie slate is liberal, an the scientific and Classical courses are not Inferior to those of our best Colleges. ...,
The Mate reipilresa higher order ef citizenship. The tlms deniind It. It Is one of the prime ohli'cls of this MUool to help to secure It. by rurnlsninginieui
erent and emelent Teachers for her schools. To this end It solicits young persons nf euo't abilities and itovl purposes, those who eleslre to 'Improve, their unio
uud their talents, as students. Toallsucblt promises aid In dee eloplug their powers, aud abundant opportunities for well pultl labor alter leavinnocuooi.
Calaloifue, address the I'llnelpal.
(IN. WII.I.I.UI l;l,Vi:i,l., President Hoard nt Trustees-
sept. 8, Tel.-
Treasurer's Sale of Unseated
Lauds in Columbia. County, Pa.
Iiv virtue of sundry acts ot tho tlcneral Assembly
of the Coiiihiohweidth ot Peiiiisyleaida, relulltigto
thu sale ot tcalcd ana umcate d leii.eJs In Urn county
or Columbia e to. ror laxes due and unpaid, 1 wil
offer at public f ale at the Court House lu the Town
or isiooni&nurg ui ino ,eeonu
JHIMIAV Ul' JUS KA. I). JS78.
At 10 o'clock a. m , the following described pieces cf
lano. er sueli rail iliereoi os may e-o necessary isj
the same ui.d ecntluuo the sime from nay to day
Summer Hats I Summer Hats I
full stock of Straw Goods for Men and
lioys at LowenberR'a.
iVmileton "A" Muslin 74 cents a vard bv
the bolt at Lutz & Sloan's.
A new lot of Sprinir Dress Goods iust re
ceived at 12 cents and up, the cheapest ev
o'OlTered in this market at Clark & Wolf's.
Ham still kept at Conner's.
tails!)- the amount of taxi's duo and unpaid airaine,t
me sau.e iu.u cimiiiue me seme ir
tho same may be fuund nece fcsary.
Ti:ims or si.i:
The amount of taxes end costs must be paid when
the land Is btruck ou, or the saiu may no avoiueu
aud Iho property put up and resold.
J, F. Caldwell is still havlni; old fashion-
ed Bread that can't be beat.
C. E. Savace has opened his Jewelry Store
in tho Post Ollice where he is prepired to
repair all kinds ot complicated clocks and
For a Suit of Clothes made up in city
style go to Lowenberg's.
Jloot headquarters at McKinney's.
"The Oullarof out Daddies" or the green
back will buy tho best Iteady-madc Cloth
ing at Liowenuerg s.
Admission Iree at McKinney's.
1C nieces of Dress Plaids at 7 ce nls per
yard the greatest lots of tho season at Clark
iX woll s.
Another lot of 0
ceut Calico at Lutz k
Whito Vests, White Vests,
Dusters, Ulsters and Alpaca coats just re'
ceived lit L.owenuerg'8.
Prido of the North' Cigar can be had at
A SAILOHS FORUTIIOL'OIIT.
The experienced mariner, before risking the
perils of the t-ca, skillfully adjusts his cargo, and
makes provision for every possible coutuiKeti'
cy, well knowing Ihat evhen Ibe storm comes.
his ability will le taxed to the utmost in saving
his vesel and crew. Yet the mariner on the
sea of life makes no preparation to cope with
the storms (disease) to which all are liable,
Xu studious e fliirt to keep the many organs in
order, or reKiilatc their functions. If the liver
be sluggi-h, bowels rotixtipaled, head dizzy
dull, or aehts, be "rjucm it will wear oil' in
day or i-o," ui.d deies nothing lo eibtain relief,
though knowing Ih it one or two elo-es eif Or.
Pierce's Plea-ant Purgative Pellets will effect a
radical cure, and that a lollle or Iwo eif his
Ocilden Medical Discovery will eflectually evaid
oil all future attacks, by mricliil g and purify
ing the blond, Suppose a captain upon eliscov
erii'g Unit his vesl was teui heavy eui one side,
should "eiieas il would rieht Itself in a elav or
so," and do nothing, eonld any one lie blameil
but himself, if in a storm bis vessel foundered
and nil peri-hed? Sei people who carelessly and
foolishly neghet the premonitory symptoms of
tliseese can blame no one but themselves if an
early death Is the resiill, Header, if yuii wih
to "kiwic IhyKtlf," and the hidden reefs and etau
gerous coasts upon which thousands have been
shipwrecked, while navigating life's ocean, pio
cure a copy of Ibe People's Common Sense Med
ical Adviser, an illuxtrntcd work of nearly one
ihuusand pages. Over one hundred thousand
copies already sold, Price post-paid, $1.50.
Address the author, It, V. Pierce, M. D., llufla-
o, X. V.
SWEET POTATO PLANTS
at Dillon's Green House. 00 cents per 100
jM ner 1000 : S18 ner C000. Plants packed
aim delivered at tne express onice at me
above prices, or sent by mail when 10 cents
per 1U0 extra is sent to pay postage, ah
dress J. L. Dillon, Florist, Dloonisburg, Pa
This morning we receivtd our 2d lot of
Parasols for this Sprlug, cheap at Clark eSt
When you want a Nice Suit
For Summer wear
go to Lowenberg's.
You can get quite a smoke for the small
sum nf 1 ceut at Conner's.
UNSEATED LANDS OF COLUMIIIA COUNTY, 1ST?.
No. Warrantee or
Acres. owners Twp.
840 AmesAbett & Losco.. ..Beaver.,
S3 Krockway c n uo
3 lots Heaver .lefse do
1 do do Charles elo
J do llojtrTN elo .
8 do luirnescu do .
3 do Hutt c L'ntrer do .
400 Columbia coal A. Iron co do .
400 uo do no do .
400 do do do elo .
3$o elo do do do .
4t)0 do do uo oo .
1 lot canow Jiorris oo .
1 do do do do .
R rti flmrlpR Blmon Ir do .
150 Davis Isaac est ba) do H "
91 t ry Geo w oo jwi
to Kricfc III" do seu
8 lots Flanagan A
3 do Krys v
209 Graff John..v
3 lots lieariicaii w:m
so IloatsJolin Mr
cu llauck Jonathan
75 lllnderllter Jacob & s
as HoalsClms Jotm..
loo " " ...
3 lots Harrier .V Chester....
s " Hoffman E I-
liesler Frank do
Klein A do
Larence W K do
Iwls Frank elo
'. 22 0.-
. 22 Uj
. 22 1).'.
. IS SO
. 20 T9
Hudlv Joseph. ,
Mann & boat
Price Clc renco
Patterson. I e-
Huthrulf 5am & co .
Raub J. Miller
shuman John .
3 lotssmllh 1 W
Seott Peter ....
West Buck Mt C Jt I Co
Wetzel C S
I'eiinliifftou Jew-e U...
X of2U0 Apple Paul.,
Lutz ii Sloan's.
lot of Fans ever offered ut
Hoys mid (rents Cassimeres cheap at Clark
Picture frames of all kinds and sizes al
ways nn hand at Cadman'a.
Call at McKiuneys lor Shoes.
Itubbers at McKinney's.
The display of "jewelry, Silverware,
Watches, etc., at P. S. Hates' is said by all
lu be the choicest to be seen in Iiloomshurg.
Repairing is done by him in the best man
ner nnel at the lowest possible rates.
Cadman says he sells ho sells Furnllure
at the lowest rates, aud has a largo! assort
Hunt always ou hand.
llrllt.Un W A J est..,
Ciem W 1) T Itev
Duty & l'euler
rreus Wm L
lleadley W Fcst....
Peuler Sam .1
sutler sainu"! N
siackhouse & seller....
ShatTer John ,
Weaver Kllas .
"Large line of Ladies' Silk and Lace IJows,
aud Ties, Collars in Lace and Linen and a
large line of Ladies' Faucy Goods at Clark
i W oil's.
It will do all uood to examine Sugar and
Syrups at Conner a belore buying.
Hoots and Shoes cheap at McKinney's.
Cramnton's Palm Soap is tho best laun
dry soul) in this or any other market. For
sale by Jacob II. Maize. may 18-3w
Craimitou llrotbcr's Palm boap at Jacob 1
11. Jlalze's. it is tiie best, iry it.
1 lot Crane .Michael
53 " most): to....
la Preston 1.1 lord
tew l'euler s Doty & stow art
50 Dealer I'otv
oo Uower Moses
en Albertson A c. s Ilallly... (in
1.9 neiry .lames r.vi
s lots l.eulei.eoriee
u r.vts i iimn ir
lot ' Mar II
0 .Mufirraeo McKe'w
12 lots s tiler Isreno
l " .Masters wipiam
1 ' Pinker II Ester
21 Barton Ncwlcr
IiaCanipbett I. N
2s hmu lit A .1
lo hvans a J
7S llanls Jacob est
7 1eey WMlam .'.
20 1'UlSell Issac (1
20 " sjUoster
5 Winkhlser Peter sr
7S hltenlght decree Ir
6., Frlck lieoA
ft Kesier John Jr
20 Keeler ioIiu It .. i
25 1'Wls Daniel
4 Miller Chas W
22 Ileovcr fienfc.7 1. Kline
2'H I'.llltnKlon Thomas
so I ewtip George
40 Klsher John
9" lluthcs Wright
04 Ke Her Diehard
Ms Kline J LSIlltupp
4 U-an sae l.la ...
2ii Mjers Mniy
list Huston Thomas
190 l.'eeso Daniel .
2'i nusion tery
2i'0 KiMon Charlotte
2i) ueynoids juim
20 Be duel .lai'ub
3(H) Kreezo John G
to Masters n A- W
24 Brockwav A Ent
7 Wm. T. shiunan
230 Dewalt Philip
lisi Hosier Jacob
. is) Mann c F ..
4 Masteller Jo-eph
239 shuman lletibeu
4'i:i shiunan W T
150 Yeller Daniel est
loi) belter Is i uc
e.9 Dltienuender Itory ,
61 e'reasy Ilenrv
67 Diunbaeli Mamt
07 Ileal I rlscllla
75 lless 1. I
70 Joeoby () A
12 Klkendall N
2w Keller John
lo Mensch Kuiellno ,
loo NunKesser eieo
15 Ponebecker K .M)er
123 Schweppenhlser 1 K
oo ... ..
" 2 r.o
' 1 90
" 10 611
Franklin 7 us
do 27 is)
do 2 ed
do 2 to
do 1 20
do 1 no
elo 4 9s
I DMINISTKA'IOK'S NOTICE
ESTATE of jnnf EVEIA Ml. peck esep
Lcttcrsof (linlnl.-lrailcnoutl.eeslHlecIJOhn Eve
Isiid.lsicof FMiingireek lownhlp.cnl. oo.,deceoea,
hate-been eranleu b) the l.e kl-nr of mid county to
thuiindersiKi.ed Acmlblstiulor.to wl email peisons
Uiileblid nio re que sled to moke Immediate pujment
aid tboso hating claims or demands avalnst the es
tate will make them kiowntolbe numinlttrator
without delay. j,. A. AJlMEItMAK.
may 8d, 1573 cw t oiks. Pa.
4 Swank S ii .
07 v. ohe Jacob est
15 YoIih Henry
M Clark Andrew
Ml Clark Mary
Is Gljri r John est
10 lllovo Urns
2m Iflshel Jonathan sr ,
co Heai-io John ....
s Fisher Jacob
5 Mason c
co Mellck lie nry W
12 Miller Andiew 11
fsi Walter D.I
10 VtiNim Julia
12 Dlldlnn ebraiii
20 Eteret Motes
It Keeret Gabriel
20 Kllno Miram
'6 Kline a A
84 lilnk .1 r
31 sn)der l m
10 Cox w in It
ci Chanibeilln Hannah
1 lot Davis 'I homos eat
3-.0 Prick Geo A est
10 i uiiston .Ino A
lew Filvk I.ipi-ut.s Co . ..
1ft eioidner Henry sr
1 lot Heath Sylvester 1'
us) Jaeeipy e a
50 Kllno & Patterson
so arner Margaret P
2 1 Youu Sam
00 ll.irucs Thomas
4ikj lire lull Jacob
so Beaver Geo .V. .1 L Kline...
Is Dilllnl.ine Feklel
400 Frlek .c shuui.iu
2vi Heiircu sanuel
lis) Huston Join part of
i ini'iMfii! iraei
41 Little lie Ult
112 .Monla 4. HUjjhes
7 47 1 4 KSIOXEE'S NOTICE.
r. .jt -V. ... , . .. ... ,1... elm,, tlmrnr hnn Irfpn
oprolntediisslBieo cf David s. Hover tr cntowlfsn,
for the hem fit of creditors, c. All persons there
fore, indebted in ILe mid David H. llower, will niaWo
cuvmeiit lo Ibe said assignee and llioee having
p.alms or demands will make known the same wliu-
W. I, r.vEBi.v. Assignee,
Alt'y. for Assignee,
may 3, 1S7S-4W
4 I'J i
S. W. Douglass,
Civil iiiid Mining Engineer,
General Surveying and Engineering
Business attended to with Care
I am prerared io make drawings. Plans and
Models In Wooel, Bras.", Iron, or tho abovo materials
combined as necessary ct
Bridge:, Kir::, Ercaitr:, Buildings, Sagises,
I'L'MPM, and all kinds of machinery for ueo cf cases
at Court or tcr app.lcatlons lo secure rotents.
I'uleuls Seeiire d. march?, 1S78-
lw "I? XIXUTOKS XOTICK
KSTATK OK IIAN'IET. UAGENBCCU, DECEASEO.
letters Testamentary on the estoto of Daniel
Hagenoi'Ch, late of Cenvo township, Columbia Co.
l'e . deceased, have been gr nted by tlio HcRlster of
aid county to Frederick llaerenbucri, Ipy. and
Frank 11. llagenbueh. Lime Itldre. Eseeuuirs, tee
whom all persons Indebted to said estate are re
eiuesied to make piejment, and those bavlne?
claims or demonds oiralnst tho said estate will
make them known to the said executors without,
FliF.Dr.BICK 1IAOEM1CCII. r.spy.
FllANlv 11. HAObNUL'CU, Une leiago,
33or,ii'i,.vTi:s watohks. chespeit
tothi known world. HatnpU Watch fret to
Agent, Addre, A. Co ult t a & Ca, Chicago.
Collins' Voltaic Plaster
Is Simply Wonderful.
April 20, 1S7I,
I consider e'oinss Volthc
1'i.astki: Iho best plaster I
ever saw. and ru recom
mending it to all.
Ilunr. Ill, )
Apillls. 1677. I
It lias done n y bwy rrxro
guotl thou all other medi
cines, lie now goes to
school for the lirsi time
lu three jears.
LIJZA .USE DlFEllLU,
COI.I.ireS'. Vdl.TAIC I'LAnTUR
Mainvilu:, Tn., May M, 1878.
Henri. JCJilort nf the Culumbian .-Tlio
last few days lmvo been of more than oreli
nary note In this vicinity. On Wedueselay,
the 8tli Inst., Mr. Win, II. Fisher, a farmer
near tho new Kmanuel's Church in this
township, while in playful tussle with his
hlreel boy, had the misfortune to break his
letr, I hellevo lu two places. It happened in
the evening while they were doing tho
chores at tho barn. Dr. JIoutp;otnery, of
.MillHii, was Immediately summoned, hut
could not get there before the aMct morning',
when he found the leg to bo so badly swol
leu that it was impossible to set the broken
bones before yesterday. Mr. Fisher has
suffered much more pain than is usual with
u broken bone, anil it is feared that he Is
otherwise Injured. Ilia speedy recovery is
hoped for, and he has the sympathy of the
Ou tho day followiup, the ninth Inst, 5Ir.
Nathan Miller, of the same place and a near
neighbor of Mr, Fisher, fell from an apple
tree, while in the act of elestroylug the cat
erplllars, and fractured his leg. It was first
thought to le broken also, but upon exam
Ination by Dr. Montgomery it was found
that the bone was jpllt or cracked, Mr,
Miller is doing as well us can be expected,
On the following day, thee lentil Inst , Sir,
Win, Krvlue, an employee ou Mr, Ociger's
farm, cut his foot very Luilly withannxp,
lie was scoring a slick of timber, when tbn
axe glanced with the above result. Dr.
Drown, cf Millliii, was called and sewed up
That terrible disease Dyplherla lias reach
ed our vicinity aod on Thursday the ninth
iust, Hon. D, S. Jirown our representative
Dress Goods cheaper than ever at Clark
Shoe Store below Court 1
Large assortment of new l'arasols this
week at Lutz & Sloan's,
Palm Palm Palm Soan
At Jacob II. Maize's at Jacob 11. Maize's.
1', S. Hates makes a specially of repairing
watches, clocks, jewelry, silveiware, or any
thing else in his line of business. lie al
ways Insures a first-class job aud is prompt
wuu uis work.
Ladles' Spring Skirls at Clark e& Wolfs.
Adranclnr years, core, sIcHhss, disappointment and
hereditary predlsposltlou-all operate to turn the
hair; gray, and either of them Inclines It to shed pro-
maturely. Avtii siuni viooa win restore rauea or
Cray, llelit and red hair to a rich brown or deep
black as may desired. It soitens ana cieanws uie
scalp, elvloe It a healthy action, and removes and
cures aandrutf and humors, lly Its uso falling btlr
Is checked, and a new growth will be produced In Ml
cases where the follicles are not destroyed or glands
decayed. Its effects are beautifully shown
brashy, weak or sickly hair, lo which afew applica
tions will produce (he gloss and freshness of youtu
Harmless and sure In Its operation. It is incompara'
ble as a dressing, and Is especially valued (or the
soft lustre and richness ot tone It Imparts. It con
tains neither ell Dor -djc, end will not soil or color
white carabrlo j yet It lasts long on the ualr, and
keeps It fresh and vigorous.
COK SALE BV ALL MALEKS. 110
Collins l'eler K
Foley Mary Ann
HouKland Wr.v M
Holmes '1 nomas
Keller ltlcliJ I' s Aljsunla.
Uhlgh A- Mauanoy It H Co
Maehen '1 nomas
sweet & 'lorry
Vaniluien Mrs ti K
Coune r John K
Frit! Wm est
Hon man m list
HSKenbucli v. in
Draw n Wm
Davis Jno K
Join 8 F.voii T
Kllue Jno ,
Kline Jno L ,
Lludermuth (leo U
Wcilulre Terence, ... ...
Marr A Morris
Marr 11 s
ieo Wellington Wm
a" - -
soilobbj Miller .
is) .- "
is skaio Penrv
50 T rlco .I.eon
12 v.oe um Kllla
2 l'ursel John
1 lot (-chug l'eler est ,
" Turner John
2'io Puckiilew Jainescst
si l-o h KeK e
4ii Doc bier Chas
1--7 (.rots Natliau'el
2i) eiras Itobert
19 uartman 'esse
125 L'revellntrs a: co
or no ness vveMey
of 119 " '
of 119 " .
75 Ijibaeh Km t Power
Fi'.o MoulL-oinery Debt
aMepnenswin .vi ,
ConvncUam 2 79
" V4 Ml
" 2 23
" 2 91
" 1 SO
Ticasui er's fc-'alo of t-'cated Lands
in Columbia county.
Also tlio'followlng lets, pieces and parcels e t wat.
ed lauds, returned by tlio tax collectors, are lobe
sold at the same time, under tho provisions of nn
Actcf Assembly, entitlod, '"An act relallni; tothe
solo of lauds lor taxes In Columbia county," u prov
ed Jiarcu oih, isos,
no I for local pairs, lameness, soreness, weakness.
nutibmss. unci liillauin ailon ot the luncrs, liver, kid
neys, spleen, luvvels, Haider, heart coil muesclesls
equal Ui an sruiy ot docicrs and acres cf plants and
PI1ICE 23 Cr.NTS.
sold by nil Drupflfts and by V. ELKS rOTTKK,
1'rcprletois Itosicn, Mats.
mull 2". is;s-iw d
If you are a innn o' business, weakened by tliottraln
u ,,uui uiiiii-s, ueuui i-i idi'iiunis anil LtlkQ
If ni nre a rn-in cf letttrR. totllnc over jour mld
nJyht wotlc. lo restore jfHln rmi ucivowubtu, lake
Hy mare joung, rind fcutT. itng from ony Indls-
llt-IIUM 11 HlWll UIK 'II, I.IKP
m are iranledorMup'o. old rrjourc. Ruffe:
Horn I'Oor bealth it lanjfUlshlDccu ubcU
ot falckncj", tko
Whoever sou are. wherever ouare. whenever you
feel Hut jour svbtetn needs cleansing, tonlne
trMlinuinilbg, without Intoilcatun.', toko
15 OP BITTERS.
Havo v ou dj bpepsla, kidney or urinary eomplalnt,
'' ui lur riviii'aii. iui.il", I'lUUU, liver. Of
You win 1 e
ured If von takei
If jouare slmplv slllrg sro weak and low tplr.
tied, try it t Du It. Insist upon it.
our elmsi-tsts keens it
It may save j our life. It lias raved hundreds.
; TO CONSUMERS
Murpbey Anthony ,
" 'I hew
Jordan Kobt. Tract.
.SELLERS' LIVER PILLS
iltriN 4Lr ivMyttiMu, (,. sit iu4i-
F lUlUMara. I tt rooiniii t llfi Uxr I!1L
vUM llUlil. aeif KHSBIr rri 4WB
tmo 1 401
c m x
Voeum Fiank,,,,, ,,,,,,,
Dieshi r John
Dot) l'euler SI eiw art.
V nee & Crawford
Hide John ,
Hoffman & I reas .....
Huliue W la
llaulbon .1 alius
4.SS.24 Kramer M m . . ..
2'1 KluUt John A; Co. .
lie) U-iaou Thomas
UclUnry U it O II
" 8 SI
" a 79
" 1 44
" S'J VI
" U 45
" 2 90
" 2 15
" 2 2J
" 2 241
" (Vll 58
" 704 1-0
" 9 71
' (5 del
" UN 07
" 2 23
" Csl 42
" 61 4
'I U 42
" 2:4 54
Flsblngcimk 4 s7
" io n
" 2 (si
" 2 19
" V n
" )l ea
Acres. Warrantee or ow ner.
27 Crouso Hi pheu
1 shrlver lb lu-y
27 r.i'ujjuilu S J
60 Conner Cniharino".'..!..!.'..'.'.!!"'.
45 ' .Miitl.laa
2 lots Melleiuy missel.......
:a Miesie rs rarvin M
12 MeSe.il Abram
saMulllkan susmi ... m
15 lk.iy l'euler
12S llawk.1 W
49 lluphes KV
s KeK'ber Mieela
I lot Andrews Harriet
KHlo siiweu ,w
"lolsl'urbelli: II... .,
I I t 'I'liuma. Jno
5 Ion Walter Norumu
1 lolJaines Jubn
1 lots I'rcas And ews est ....,
aero KlleniUUJC e.re5y.
i Ms lu, iiiibii Jacob
I Meghen l'eler ,.,.,
1 " crime Don lulck
2 1 virile) M M
1 " Winn Dennis
2 " Kim i !o Joiulnuu ....
" Hurk John. Mrs
s ' fulp Philip Mrs
1 " Davison Duvld .. .,
a " KrramerA V
l " Morrmi William
1 " Diowu Fred
1 " Hummel Juik...,
el acres 1 bne r William
13 cuiieu Isaac iilI
10 ' Horn Win
1 lot nils W in A
so eiries VWuicredei'U John
1 lot Piter Wm .. ..
O'tieres Waller 1 J
ss " III leley (leeirge. ... M. .
tn " IhiwK n llaiii.ah
12 v,uung David
s (i (JiceCly likhaiet tit.....
24 " WullS Jno W
1 lot Hess 8 11
i aeicsllltlenb' rgJoUTU..!,
1 Int. llitrlno.,, (Il..rr
II. W. McltEYNOLDii.lreasurer
(iree ii wood
. Ml 1'llulbUbt 11 40
, eiruiiku om
1'iliu 2 I'sl
do 3 41
(I'J 1 12
tcolt j ho
do 1 b
surfarloaf I os
brltvef our TIN TAti TOIIACCO has
e. n i-, anv imitations lliireof to bo placed on
g.oe maiket, we thereforo caution all Chewers
eagslnn purchasing sucli imitations.
All dealers buvlnirf r ReUlni? rihre ninr- tnhntn
gbe'iirlng u haid or u.eUlllc Uliel.rinder tnenibtiveH
r liable lolhe penalty ot tne law. slid all la'reons
violating our trade marks are punbliable by nun
and imprlbouuieut. bi;K ACT OF (.OMIltLSH
,,a.'i- ,w nir u' (lie III'
f violating our trade marks are
ftCU, 1, IFIV,
P 'llio geuloe I.eillll.l.AIII) TIN TMi T-
nn.vi e ii can oo uisunguialied bv a TIN TAO on
Bl .AlS h OJ t?.iti, orillionttwp lot
(UCll lumo Willi Hie UOrdLUItlLLAlell klnmr.,,
ovirl.nsstonstabaceo sold lu lsi7, and Lcarly
S.oes) leitous empluj id In laclortes.
; Tas paid Gov'mn't In 1M7 about 13 CW,(0. and
during tho yait ears, over t20,ooo,oi)0.
gTlieiso goods sold by all Jobbers at mauuiacturcrs
marcn s, 7S7s-sm. Ilico
; she re by given lli-t ipurttserel tt Mired
l lieuton lowihlp, nt ee nueilie mie enril
1120,187b. the luiloveli,k- ,.i,,i uc eiiy
oeiiirn is lie re I'V
uij,ipillS..l.iMU lullOVelliL- I. in in i iiukiiv
1 Leller, 1 lull, b' i s, 1 . 1 1 ii i in. i led
u ei ea-uiiiiig. ; Mui,. sacus rt grain n tie niiiid,
all ol vebleb I have lost rrt toll .inn u 1 1. , t.
iiro unu i l.e v liy vvein all p i i,r In p. u. ntllBor
luteilerlng with tho ab.vi 1.1,11 ed in "ij
XJETTEK IIE DS.
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