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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURGr, COLUMBIA" COOfI I5A.
ni,oonnunn, minii, nit si. ts
Bull Koad Time TMile.
LACKAWANNA BLOOM SIIUHH itAlLllOAD
Accommodation Train,,... .. Mil A.M. 1. SI A.M.
Mall Train 1.5' A. M 4.49 r. N
Express Train 1M 1'. M. 11.61 A. Jt
" two r. M.
CATAWISSA ItAlt, HO AD.
Accommodation Train 6,28 A. M.
iteiular ExnrCss 4cit r.M.
Throngh cnra on Kxpress train cither I o New York
or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between
Uatawlsaa ana Wllllamsport.
11.41 A. M:
FACTonv Facts. Close confinement, cart
ful attention to nil factory work, give the oper
atives paliil faces, poor appetite, languid, mia
crnljto feelings, poor blood, Inactive, lirer,
Wltln c-js'nriTl urinary troublis, nnil all tho phy
sician's ami medicine In tho world cannot help
lliem unless tliey get out dcors or uso Hop
Hitters, mado of tho purest and best of reme
dies nnd especially for such cases, having nhun
dnneo of health, sunshino and rosy cheeks In
them. Nono need siifftr If they will uso them
freely, "hoy cost but a trifle" Sco another
coltitntil - '"' in
We offer a special discount of 10 per cent In
old and new subscribers who piy In advance.
$1.80 will pay for tho Cor.UNWAN for ono year
after this dale until further notice. This does
not apply to subscription now due Our sub
scribers will do in a favor by calling their
neighbors attention to tho fact that the Cot.UM
lUAN can bo had for S1.S0 in advance, tho only
$200 paper In tho counly making tho offer.
There will bo an adjourned Court on July 1st,
Jmlzo Klwcll held euiirt In Danville litis
Tks Yeatm op Honnintr. Toutcrk. Jr.
Sarah Ifanlnn, of Ktt 83.1 street, Kew York,
fur ten yean horo as patiently as she could, the
a,?ony of a Ifg swollen to four limes its natur
al she, which was red snd raw, and from
which conlantly oozed a blistering secretion.
Ono week's application of Giles' I.lnlment
Iodide Ammonia restored the hideous member
tn complete ( limine.
Hold by all druggists.. Send for pamphlet.
451 Sixth Avenue, N. Y.
Trial slio 25 cents.
Look out for tho. candidates. No snow
or hall lut now, Financial shortness Is
thu principal drawback among some of our best
business men here. Our merchant Mr.
Mr. F. M. Hates has been appointed superin-
... , . .t t-,.. 1.!..
lcm,tnl 01 common scnonn o, piininoKiii. .u,t (mm (,)e ci(y R
Tl.ormMln.rlinnlHwtil elnc on Ih o Gtli of f'lll slock of d ry cool-, groceries kr. SeV'
Subscribe for the Ool.ll.MiilAN at $1.80 n year
The county of Columbia was quite compli
mented by the late State Democratlo Conven
tion. Hon. Charles Itr Ihickalew was made
permanent 1'resldent. Cot. John O'. Fren
was put upon tho committee nn resolution',
and when, after Its organization by electing
Senator Wallace Chairman, ho placed Col,
l'VetMm the sub committee of seven! ami ho
wiis nlsA placed upon (ha commllleo of five to
nftllfy (ho candidate of their nomination,' by
Wanted A first-class candy linker and
cake baker by J. F. Caldwell.
The reputation of V. C. MeKinney'a shoe
Is sp-eading. He recently received orders from
five different parties in I'lymuulh, in one day.
Percy h. infant son of J. H. llannan of Hn
pcrt, was burled in lto"einont Cemetery hart
81 Willi our new lypo we nro littler prepared
than ever to do plain and fancy job work, and
ul very low rales.
Tho ladles of the Kpiscopal church had a
strawberry festival in Cndiiiati's hall on Tues.
day and Wednesday evenings.
A railroad ticket lo Chicago and back for
sale at this ollico very cheap. Gooil until De
cember 31st 1878. If
Dr. Hull's Blood Mixture by Its wotulirlii'
restorative influence purifies and enriches llie
blood and induces good htaltli.
The WilUamsport Sun quot-s a Bection from
l'urdon's Digest of 1031. That must be a late
cral of our best horses left this place by being
bought by one of the Kuropean agents calling
here. Mr. Folk the wheelwright (former
ly of ltloomsburg) Is doing a lively business at
present, considering the times. A grand
ball will take place at the hall of the Locust
villo Cornet Hand on Saturday evening next.
Weddings have been quite numerous in
Ihis vicinity during the last few months.
Who II he the next to "follow suit?" The
teuesls to Prof, llenslnger's entertainment on
the evening of the 18 inst., were highly delight
ed with the perform ince as there was quite nn
appreciative audience present. Souio of
our scientific young men have put up several
telephone which work remarkably well. Some
of our neighboring towns are becoming liUral-
ly tielled witli then. so to speak. Wil
liam Hughes after a short illness ended his
eerthly career on the 20 ull., aged 09 years.
He was much re-pecled by liis circle of anpiain-
tauce. The grain has a better appearance
"in this valley than it has bad for several years
with the exception of the wheat which is being
Injured tn a small extent by the fly.
The cool weather doting the greater part of
the present monlh has considerably detained
the growth of vegetation. The hail and frosts
-o-iie two we-ks since have almost entirely de
stroyed the grape crop ithile the apples were
also (.lightly damaged.
"', Jn Saturday .afternoon, the 25th In'if,, (ho
Town Council was sitting as a board of appeals.
Mr. Wesley Wirt, the Hecrelarr. was nresenl.
and appeared to bo In good fiealth and spirits.,
At a little before tlireo o clock Iip sal down In
Ills chair but no one noticed anything peculiar
In his actions. A few moments afterward, n
member of the council made n remark lo htm
lo which he made no answer. A second ques
tion failed tn elicit a reply, nnd on ewuitinthiu
It was found t.tat ho was unable fo speak. 'Dr.
Iteber was Immediately summoned, and Mr.
Wirt was placed on a sofa Cut ho was beyond
medical nsslltncc. He soon became uncon
scious and was removed to his home, whom he
rapidly sank", and at'f? o'clock bfea'lhed his' last.
.The. cause of his death wasn. stroke of paralysis,
Hits being the third allack.
The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon,
from his late residence, and this remains were
followed to the grave by tho members of llio
Bar and a large concourse nl 'people.
Wesley Wirt was lorn In Espy, this county
on the Cth of August 1820, and was 67 years, 0
months and 19 days old. Ho lived with his
father who was a farmer, until the age of fif
teen, liy his own efforts ho obtained a -good
english education, taught fchool in New .lers.y
fur a time, anil established u seltct Fctteiol In
New Columbus, Luzerne county, which subse
(iiientlv became n nourishing Ae.iJeiuy. Iu
1811 -Mr. Wirt entered Ihe ollice oftlie lion.
John Cotper as a law student. Ho completed
his law studies under Hon. C, U. Hiukalewand
was admitteel to the I!ir of Columbia counly it
1850. He served nine months iu the early
part of the war and was an emergency mm tn
1863. Tor several vcirs tnst bis health lias
prevented him from devoting himself actively
to his profession, but he has b'enjrripiently ap
pointed by the Court as auditor in important
i.ar,n .ml lit.. ,'ll,a!fl. .VPN, V( tlPf!! lT COr
reel. ' In 1873 he was elected ,ScreUrynLtliopJ ' ''" "l,,t 1 e 1,1 10 M J011 llie '"1"1''
Town Council, to which notion he was rcgn- ""' " ' liavo-comiiieucesi,
larly re-elected annually up to ihe present year.
His nlace will be hard to fill, as he devoted
himself earnestly and nlmott constantly In tin!
duties of his, office,- He. wai ageni.il eiunp-in
ion an upright citizen and ihe "immunity will
I'lslllKnemEKK, Mav 25. 1878.
Hon: ('. II. llootKWAV, Dear Sh. Finding
luvsclf unable in atle nd the call of a meeting of
lhcoMiers)f Columbia and "ndjicent ountles
Ui meet at your place today, I tiust the ob-
jcttsTdf your mfrllngt!I be' accomplished,"' and
full record of Columbia county soldiers gotten
together nnd preserved, with alt papers that,
are yet In existence In the hands of Individuals,
fhere n- also m iny Interesting reminiscences
thai might ytt lie procured.
It is tli i generit Impression abroad that the
townships up l'ishingereek furnished l,ut few
nun to tlie Ihilou Army; this belief Is unjust
lo iirtiiin at least of this put of tbe county
In tin scln nl district iu which I result (Junes
.No. t l Fi-hingcre'ek townsldp) 1 can enumer
ate iiiiHii 10 m.'ii who si mil Iu dillorent organ-
r.ui'tos 1'iniii tho 1'eiiusylv.iui i Heserves up to
lliH'JUlli Itrglmeiit, 1 wo ild suggest the ap
prdntmetit of a committee of one. fr.im each
tnwn-liip nnd li'innuh tn gather information
and n port to yoiirjs.'cretiry, they again might
lii i into school ili'lru-ts, mid get suitable
ptrs te intere.te'd Tn eich illstrlct, iu this way
:i full and iTO'lTpleti' record may be had.
The ureit miss nf llie Columbia county men
served in some20 'dillerent regiments, while
probably do i hi e that number of regiments con-
tallied each a ftw ofour men.
Prohibition State Ticket.
Ai.toona, Ta., May 29. Tho state con
vention' nf tho prohibitionists assembled
here at 10 o'clock this morning. After ef
fecting a temporary organisation they ad'
joutnod ttntll 2 o'clock p. m. At the after
noon session the following ticket was nomi
nated ,' Governor, General J''. H. Lane, of
Huntingdon ; Lieutenant Govctnor, John
Shallcros, of Philadelphia, j Secretary of
Internal Affilrs, C.ilyln l'.irsunsil Luzerne-;
Judge of Supremo Court, Daniel Agnew, of
It was General Grant who vetoed the Hill
to Increase (ho legal tender currency to $11
000,000, alter that nmonnt had been retired
by tho Secretary of tho Treasury.
At tho adjournment oftlie Legislature tho
members of tho Houo presented Speaker
Myer with a.sllver tea service. What for?
A pretty picture Is a healthy looking and
well cared for Ilaby. Hy the use of Dr. Hull's
Haby Syrup you can keep the health of your
Haby In a splendid condition. Price 25 cents
Indorsed by the Medical Fraternity, popular
In every circle, found everyevhere, Glenn's Sul
phur Soap is undoubtedly tho most popular
purifier, remedy for rkin diseases nnd Injuries,
and complexional hcautificr In America. Sold
hy all Dpii-gist.
Hill's Hair & Whisker Dye, Black or Brown
May 17 4-w.
death ot'Jvji'iLiiY.wnii i:-'tj.
l'rtot'KKtusos of Tin: hah.
JlllIX M, HlXKAI.EW.
The above si'g'4etiori is" an excellent one,
1 1 w tVii-t each Township and H irouli will
1. sign iu' one than 'at least to cooperata with
Hi? iref.e'rtl'nrginiziliim. Lt thu muster ba
eviinjilel" mid thorough.
C. 11. B.
With this issue is concluded the article on
the money question that has been running for
seyeral weeks past. We shall publish no
more lengthy communications on this ktilject.
The jail yard premises are being put in a
neat condition. It is a pity though that a few
dollars could not bj diverted to mow the sour
grass iu the Court House yard.
Although our cMemiioraries were requested
to publish the call for the late "Soldiers Con
vention" we regret that only the Calanuia Item
paid attention to it. Otherwise there might have
been a larger attendance,
Our Band. Our citizens have for a number
of years generously conn ibuted to the support
of a band at this place. They should retipio-
cale by occasionally giving the public a "tunc"
without charging an extortionate price lor it.
Ladies, don't fail to see Ihe large lot of goods
received this week nt at the Boston Shoe Bazar
Danville, consisting of Button Boots, Waiting
Shoes anel Slippers. Prices lower than ever
and every pair guaranteed !o have solid leather
McAlarney vs. Wolverlon In Equity The
Court met by neljournment on Friday evening
last, tn hear argument on Keport of Knorr,
Master in the above case. Exceptions had
been filed by Freeze and Hughes for Wolver
lon, hy Iticketts for McAlarney, and by Bark
ley for Stewart.
The argument was opened by Col. Freeze for
Mr. Wolverton, and continued by Barkley for
Stewait, and by Iticketts for Mrs. McAlarney,
and concluded by Mr. Hughes for Wolverton.
The last two on Saturday morning.
The controversy crows out of the celebrateu
case of Longenhf rger vs. McReynolds, which
lias been several tunes tried, and is likely to be
tried several times more.
James Dennis, a respectable! colored man
was buried in the cemetery on Sunday last
Ho was a epiiet, unobtrusive man whom all
liked, Ho wasa member of tho Town Council
me years nco, and gavo general satisfaction.
We believe he w.as the first coloreel man elected
to nn office in Pennsylvania.
On laf-t Tuesday evening the Trustees of the
, Normal School met nt the office of the Princi
pal and reelected Hon. Win, Elwell as
President of the Hoard, F. P. Billmyer Secreta
ry, and IJ. F. Hartmarf Treasurer. The other
business was of a routine character.
Ordinance No. 20 has not been repealed and
is Us follows :
Bo it ordained and enacted by tbe Town
Council of the Town of ltloomsburg, and It is
hereby ordained nnd enacted by the same: That
It shall not be lawful fur any cow or cattle to
run at largo within the said limits at any lime
durinu the hours of nir-ht between eight o'
clock p. m. and six o'clock a. m., and any
animal so found running at large, contrary to
the icgiilations herein made, shall be imme
diately seized hy the Town Constable and tak-e-i
to the pound nnd therein confined,
Passed May .Id, 1870.
Tho usual fine can he charged for cattle tak'
en up under Ihis ordinance. Constable Thom
as is enforcing the law.
Mr. John Kcssler of Pine township Colum
bia county, was iu Bloomsliurg a few days ngo
as a witness in a e'ai-e on trial ; and iu answer
to a question by Col. Freeze, faid that he was
92 years old. He Is quite spry. Walks up
and down stairs unaf-shted, nnd is a man of
great vigor for his time of life, which is un
M. E. Jackson, .,
from M. C. Sloan & Brother, ltloomsburg, one
of the finest and inoH substantial carriages that
has come to this place fur a lonj; time. This
linn is noted for their proficiency in the nianii
facturo of first-class work, llerieick Independent,
The Fourteenth Annual Convention of Ihe
Pennsylvania State Sabbath-school Association
will bo held in the Pine street, Mc-thudi'l
church, In Williaiiisporl, Pa., opening prompt;
ly at 3:30 o'clock, p, in., Tuesday, anil contin
uing throughout Wednesday and Thiitsuav,
June 11, 12 and 13, 1878.
An ancient adage says, ''In Ihe lime of peace
prepare for war." Is it not equally wise to
prepare for sickness in time of health? When
anticipating a journey, Kiiide books and maps
are studiously examined, and all possible in
formation of (he route and country obtained
Yet many make the "journey of life" and
throughout the entire trip remain almost slran
gers to themselves, in profound ignorance of
their abilities, and have no knowledge of the
physiological laws that govern mind and mat
ter. To such, lifn Is like a boy handling an
,1 engine, ho may have ascertained how lo start
has iust mirehased anu " U1K e Knows nl now lo KeeP 11
- I r . i rt-1 t. l i i".
iii riiiuiinK uruer. xiie xeopiea lajiuiuou
Sense .Medical Adviser, an Illustrated work of
over 900 pages, is de.-igned by its author, as a
popular hand-book of anatomy, physiology,
hygiene, medicine and the moat common ells.
eisesto which all are liable, and with which
many are alllicled. The work is replete with
sound, practical suggestions. Price, $1 60,
Address the author, H. V. Pierce, M. D., Buf
falo, N. Y.
On last Saturday -eve ning the-nicmbxrs J'f
the liar nt ltloomsburg met at thu l.-iw li
brary in the Court House to tiko notion
relative lo the death of Wetley Wirt, E.-11J
Hon. C. H, lluckal.w was called lo the Clnir,
and II. F. Z err and C. B. Brockway were ai
pointed Secretaries. On motion it was resolved
that a committee be apprunled to shaft and sub
mit apprmu'ute Resolutions, 'llie C li n 1 r 111 :i 11
named the following comiuilttc: Hon. .lohu (i
Freeze. Hon. At C. Smith, anil 11. 1.. r.lwell
A motion of Col. S. Knorr was adopted thill
when the members of the liar ndjoiirn, it be to
meet at the Law Library on Ti'csday at 2 o'
clock p. in.' to rece ivo the report of the colli'
mittec on Itesolutions, nnu to Iraii-'aCfPlilh
other business as tfiight be pertinent (o the oc
casinn. Ihe Chairman then stkcieit in itc
lowing gentlemen as pall beircr's. F. P. Bit
myet, II. E. Smith, I.. E. Waller,-',. K. Ikelc
C. B. Brockway and W. J. Iiuckalew.
On motion, adjourned lo Tuesday afternoon
at 2 p. 111.
Tuesday, May 23th
The members met pursuant to adjournment
Ihe followinc additional pall hearers wen; se
lected, viz- C. W. Miller, A. L. Fritz, N. I'
Funk, II. C. Blltenbender, J. M. Clark nnd
U. It. Little.
The Committee on Resolution reported tho
Whereas the Supreme Judge of the whole
earth and alt that dwell therein, has seen lit in
His infinite wisdom to summon from e-iithlv
tribunals our esteemed friend and brother, Wes
ley Wirt, by sudden death, therefore hy the
Members of the Bar of Columbia county be it
Iletolvtd, That in this visitation we recoEirze
the hand of the Great Chancellor of Heaven
whose judgments are irreversible and whose
ways are past finding out,
That in the death of our deceased broth
er we have sustained a severe loss. A
lawyer he enjoyed the confidence of tho B-nch
and Bar ; as a citizen he commanded the re
spect 01 the enure community. Having li en
chosen Secretary of the Town Council of lno
Town of Blooinsburg for years in siicee-sion
which position he oocupie 1 at the timo of his
death : as a man ho was a tru-ty frion 1 and
1 hat the sympathy of thi llir he u-
tended to the nlilicted family, and tint a copy
of these resolutions be presented to theiu nnd
published in the town papers.
John (1, Fur.tv.E,
' ;nir;.jiii,r.Y IIUK51IU..
II' no could turn all tho legal tender notes
tttd all tho hilvor into gold coin, and include
:ilf thu gold coin already in the country; cacli
person would have only 14. 33, while Germa
ny has !?17 87, Great Iiritain 21.31, and
Franco has -11,02, to each individual ; this is
taken IVotn'the' Hitrcau of Statistics for 1874 ;
we luvo --t 11 lossat prc-cnt tinder the contrae
tioti policy, while -wo leqtiirc tnoro than all
tluejo of t)ie largest European nations, com
bined, we arc more progressive, and in pos-
K'Miitiuf vat traeta of land and mines undo-
velopcd. It is e-tiiuated that tho working
ineu, who Invo been obliged to lie idle since
Contraction commenced, would have earned
-wages s-ullieicnt if kept at work at $2 per day,
Hy I'nle i-rsnl Irronl,
A YEn's CATiiiaTic Pit ue eere tho best of all purga-
incs ror ramuyuse. Hiey nro the product cflonir.
Uborlo s, and successful chemical Investlgatlon.and
their extensive use, by ptii alclacs tn their practice,
ana dj- all civilized nations, prove them tho best and
most effectual pill that medical science can devise.
ISelns purely vegetable in harm can ailse from their
uso. In Intrinsic value and curative powers no oth
er pills can be comrnrcd with them, and every per
son, knowlne their trtucs. will employ them when
needed. They keep tho system In perfect order.
and mAlntatn In LealthyLCtlon the whole mactdn
eryofllte. .Mild, nearchlng and effectual, they are
specially adapted to the needs of tho digestive ap
paratus, derangements of which they prevent and
cure, if timely talen. They nro the b stand safest
physic to employ for weakened .constitutions, nhero
a mild, but effectual cathartic Is required.
Foil 3AI.E BY ALL DEALKKH,
'llTVEli.EU-TVA(-At tha Keformed parked
age, CatAwlssa by Itev. tj. II, Dechant, Mr. Amos
LHwrller to Jltss Mary K. Lavan, both of Columbia
JIESCH 1IOUCK At tho Itcformed parsonage,
Calawlsea by ltev. (1. II. Dechant, .Mr. Win. Ileury
Menchto MLis .Mary E. llouck, both of Columbia
'I 1 111 i iiii
B L 0 ft iVt SB U H G STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NOllMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rov. D. J. WALLER, Jr., A. M., Principal.
TiIISKCIIOOU fHfit-prpvnt cnnMltiileit, olcrs the very bost farllltleifor J'rofpsMonftl and OlnsMcal learning, m
BtitMiii' vtui-iuiiR. tnUtlmr tun! commoilious : iomWttviy lioatea by sivam. well vcntllatea. Uirlita by iras.ana turnUhcd with a bountiful supply ol puw,o
eprlntf wnlir, . . m . . ..
ijciuiun noiinitrm, aiiii mv oi nfve, i ti.xrncrseTiMTifnrc'i, eiuricnit anfi aura 10 meir wors. uiHCipune, nrm dui Kinu. uniiorai anu luoruusus a.r.
mn(iersiU. Kiriv i-cntj u w.'ck a iucMm tu ml oxpuctlo tu touch, .students admitted at anytime. Hootns referred when desired.
uouret" or studj proscriw'd by iu wnu t
I. Mulfl .ScIkm)!. Jl, l'repar.itgry. III. Ktfmciitary. IV, Clanttcftl.
Adjunct Coure : I Acnlemtc. II. Commercial. III. Course in Miimc IV. Course In Art. V. Cource In Physical Culture.
Tho Klemontnrv SdMitl!o and clasMcal Courses are Pit JFrc-HloVAI. and students eraduatnir therein, recrlvo Mato Dlnlomas. conferring the follow!
correspnnlini;l"frof'H j Ma ter (t thu Klement'i; Master ofrttm 'iclencesi .Mater of the Ulashtes. Uraduates lu tho other Courses receive Normal Certificates
The course of Mtuiv nn"icrH"d by Mm Male Is llwral, nn thf sehntlnc and Classical courses are not inferior to those of our best Collepps.
The State reuulrenti fiiirli-T ordT nf cltlzenhln. Tun times dmii.md it. it U ono of the nrline oblects of this sekoal to helo to secure It, byfurnlshlnfflnteul-
srent and eniRleuneiienfrs fur her .hools. Tothlseuiltt solicits yourii? persons nf good abilities and jfood punxiis, those who desire to improve their tlm
aim meir iaifnis,aa niiieuLM. 10 an such i pronuaes am iu u.-veiopuiir uieir powers, aaaauunoant opponuniues ior wen paiu taoor aiier icihiuspvuwi.
LUtUIUUIIVi llll'lll ll 1 1IU 1 I I lis 1 1 'lilt
iio.n. wii.i.iA.u i:iavi;m.
Sept. P, Trt.-
I'rrwldciit Itoitrd nf TrnMerv
Treasurer's Fale of Unseated '
Lands in Columbia County, Pa.
Hy MrUie of .uiri v acts of the General Assembly
of th Ctlnluoiiwe tltU of I'u.litvaTiIa, rcli.tlny to
the E-ale (f tv. U a ntid i n-cutid lunl.sln the County
of Col tun t l.i t4- fur -iim-s itt.o nnd un aid, I wl.l
offer at t i.t-llf ai.-nMln C'utirt ilutwe lmhu 'lon
ot liloomsbuiK 11 thi rci nn
MUMAY ( 'I' Jl'NlC A 1. 1878.
At lo u'cu t k a. 1 1 . th f' 11' wlttff Hi H-rlUd pU'ceRCf
land, it nnu i ,ut Uteru.f us niy l- ineffhurvtu
mtlslj the niiiuni t or t c di.e itml unpaid fttfalnm
the baiue ui.u i nilniJi th s ihe ft oin Uuy to da m
thu same inn be tuun l wonvsarj.
T UMS iV S tAl
Thenmnnntof taxesind etta must liepaldwhtn
the land tsMiiKk rr, or tho sale may. buaoiaed
and the pioputj put upond resold. .
Wlicat per bushel.,
Ityo " . .
Corn.now, " .,
Oata. ' " ..
Flour per barrel ..
until-tlia H'cnt time, to have iaid half of Dried Apple's .'i
Sides Shoulders .
Lard per pound
Hay per ton
VUUlAllll.a UK IUAL.
No. 4 on Wiarf j 3,00 pit 1 uu
No. 5 " " s .T
No. " " 7 f i.isj "
HlacHsmttli'sLiitupon Wharf I 8,011 "
" Httumlnous " H so "
"The Dollarof otu DaililieV or the pnen
hack will htiy the best Heady-made Ololh
lug at Lowenberp'a.
That 12 cents Drs GooJs at Clark &
Wolf's is going oil' fatt. Call soon lor it.
Call al McKinncysJor 8hoes.
V hite Goods and Hamburg Edpings in
great variety cneaji at uiaric w.oII'b.
Jiernard keens nil kinds nf clne.tr. wnti lms
jewelry and silverware. His watches range
111 inca-truiii unwaru
Hoot headquarters' at McKimiey's.
I. W. Hartman's store Is the cheapest.
Admission free at ilcICinney's.
A. O. Smith.
'tl), K: lh.tvn.1.
On motion, lliey were uiiaiiinuiiisly mlnntcd,
X lie menibers of the liir then nmilieil in .1
body to the house of the dtceatil, and ft 11111
there to the grave
C. It. Buck w.kw
C.'li iirm in
It. V. .Ana,
C. It. JtllOt'KWAV
The bill providing for the creation of
Middle Penitentiary Di.tritt finally paol llie
lower houfe of llie le,ilaturc before adjourn'
menl, and will undoubtedly icctive the signa
ture oftlie governor. It unbraces twuily-i;lit
counties, as follows: MiKenn, roller, rioirii,
ltradford, Sullivan, Lycoming, Xoriliumlier-
land, Columbia, Montour, I'lillnn, Itidtord,
Cuinherland, Franklin, Adiniis, Ciiui ron, .Snui
ersel, lllair, Cambria, lliiutingilon, Union,
Snyder, Dauphin, l'errv, Juuiala, Milllin,('l."ir-
Ifir'iiant to a public call a largenumher of field, Clinton and Centre, and provides for the
The ltloomsburg Sentinel, heretofore a linn
crallc journal, Is now llie organ of the rising
National parly in Columbia county, Charlie
is making it hot for his di carded love 7iVio.
Wrong, Brother Tubbs I He triul the new
llie soldiers of tire lale war, met at the Court
llousu ojijSoliirday.lasU .
Them etlig organized by electing Capt. I.
II. Keesholu President, Capt. W. Ult Vice
President, and C. It, Brockway Secretary. The
departure for I wo or three weeks, hut got sitjt Injects of the meeting were then stated by
of it, and is now knocking at the door tn be
readmitted to the Democratic ranks.
I.lst of letters remaining in the post-ofiice
Oraugevllle, Columbia county Pa.
Mr. Nalhsn Fell, Mrs. Sophrena Fell, Mr.
J.Mandal, Mr, Charles Fullmer, Mr, Jlion'lli
anTruesdell, Mrs. Eliza I.arney, Mr. K. II.
Fressleman Fq, Mr. Otorgo Trunkey, Mr,
Jackson Evens Esq.
Please say advertised,
C. W. Low, P, ,I."
appointment of seven loiniuls.lnntrs, hy tbe
governor, to select a site of not hss than Ihii
teen acres. These commissioner nru In he He.
lected outside of the dUltitt. One luuidrul
thousand dollars Is appropriated for the tree
tlon of the building. For riasons which
have heretofore given, no bitter itv iniild he
selected than near Itloomshurg.
As District Atlurney Hurt did not cnntist
the seat of Mr, Lowecberg, after his arrival it
Pittsburg, as was originally ilmniiiiicd on, it
Is supposed that he was cither bullduztd 1 II, or
a treaty of peace was made between thu belli
gerents of Columbia and Lycoming ciniuti
When the contest for the senatorial noiuiu ttlon
comes oft" we will know the Irulh. Gaulle .t
We have none but Ihe kindliest fielingsto
wards .Messrs, jieiguarn anil Hurl; tut the)
were misiasen in supposing uuy coutii run
things here lo suit themselves. It may h. the
style In Lycoming however. II was undiuui
tied, to say Ihe least, to angrily siceile from a
rai.iilnrltf nriTH,il7,l r..tirr,a limine., ll...,.
e I to find one window out mid some clothes asid Uular stating more specifically tho objects of , . , . t, , ,, ., ,. ,
provisions lounu outtiue, WHICH UU to the sup- me association, aim me ucneuu hi oa ooiaineu , j j caim at Jillfc)Ur,.
.1,1 ,l.,l.l I I ... .... 1 1 .,, n,l... ,st.t !,.! n 1 T, I I I
pusi.iuu iiiai 11 uau iieeu rniereu ny tiueves anu I oy it. xue v,uair a'iuiuici t ijuvk.wb7,
robbed of its much valuable (fleets, and then Capt. M, M. Brobat, and Lieut. Ji. fi. Ent,
set on fire. .No insurance as we learn, Jnde-'l said committee.
pendent. I On motion of Col. STKnorr, lhe next meet'
Ing was-to he-held at a time and place to be
Dr. It. F. (larilner of Bloomtburg asslsltd by I designated by the President and the Committee
Dra. Megargell and Atumerman of this place, .on. Constitution jyid By-Laws. Slgnalurn
ampulaled the right leg of Jacob II. Coleman I were then requested and all present signed, den
of Oraugevllle. Amputation four Inches above Ignatlng their rank, Company, Itegiment, and
the knee. At Ihis wrillng Ihe path nt . was. IVO. address. There was much Inforraaircoo
doing very well. versatlon as lo what should bo done to perfect
Mr. Coleman 1(1 years ago while Isiitlng at the organization, and much interest and enthu
Itochesler, New Yotk, got his knee caught he- slastn was manifested. All who were not pres.
tween (he canal boat and lock, from the effects ent and desire to join were requested to send In
of which he was confined three yeais. The In- their names lo the Secretary for enrollment.
Jury resulted In a necrosis or decay of .Ihe There are no fees. On motion adjourned to
bones, At the lluio of the Injury lie was In llie meet at-alh
employ of William Coleman formerly of I. II. Skesiioltz,
Bloomsburg. C, B, HucuKWAy, President
The house belonging In Mrs. Elizabeth Guyc,
and occupied by James 1 layman, tax-collector
of Centre township, this county, was burned to
the ground last Monday night. Mr, llaymnn
and family being absent at the time, but return-
Capt, Brockway, after which It was unanimous'
ly re"0lved to proceed to form an association
for the purposes specified. On motion of Capt,
J. II. Johnson, seconded by Private O, A.
Poller, it was resolved to name the association
"The Soldiers' Union of Columbia County."
On motion of Priv. It, T, Leacock seconded
by Lieut, It, S, Ent, the following committee
were appointed on Constitution and By-Laws,
to report at the next called meeting.
The following committee was named with in-
Btructlons to" elecTilielf own Chalrmi", viz
Capt. W. J. Allen, Priv. O. W. Relfsnyder,
Col. C. u, Jackson, Berg t U. W. Mears, Col,
It. B. Iticketts, Col. S. Knorr, Lt. W. II. Utt,
On motion of C. It. Brockway, seconded by
Priv. John W. Kreamer, it was ordered that a
committee of three be appointed to draft a cir-
thu national debt. Ouly sixty-four millions
is tho annual production of our mines iu
gold, lifly-tlivco millions of this is exported,
ind we me from ten to twelve millions each
year fur manufacturing purposes,. and as each
year a larger demand is made, wo shall have
much less gold ten years hence, with a larger
population To prove that a specio basis 13
no help o'.' prevention from financial distress,
the reader is requested to look at Great Urit-
lin ; she is only second to ourselves in tho
number 11!' bankruptcies and general business
piostratiou; licrgohl or specie basis is a rope of
and ; s-ho and wo need moro currency tor the
wants of tho peoplo to insure enterprise and
viguions life. Every man who offers abund
ant security has a tight to receive and demand
what money be icquircs. Before closing an
answer is required that fcliall close the mouths
of , tbo'-e who shall falsely or iguorautly assert
that the currency has been expanded instead
of conti acted since tho panic of 1873, or in
deed since ISC.i. Hy quoting from 'Spauld-
!....'.. 1.' ill . nn, , I r. -t . A ..-
ma 1. riiiuucuxii-uiry, pago.ui, wu uuu uiu 1 1-ora Milt ot Ulothcs made tin in citv
amount. 01 curiency 1 n 1110 .usini nctoiicr, isiym gu u i.imeuuerg s.
lStj.'i to.lic Sl.bUS.goO.OOO, while the United
Stales Auditor's icnort sl'iows'tliat tho
amount of government n'nd national bank
credits twd as money in 1860. was over $2,
lO(),Oin),0f)fl, iu lblfi the amount of Govern
ment cu'dits, greenback and national bank
notes in citculatioti, wcro les-, than f700,0u0,
000, and conduction lias been steadily canied
I'oiwaid since 1S05, by every secretary of the
Tiea-tiry, to meet the demands of Ihe bond
holders to thesaciilko of tho people's inter1
et, except iu 11 single instance when a pan of
the reseive was thrown out as u sop to satis
fy th urgent necessity for more currency in
the deathly pritiation of all busincsi cauod
by the panic.
Illicit JkCulloch, Secretary of tho treasu
ry, commchcid hit pet policy of contraction
agaiu-t the earnest protests ul" prominent
Will not the unconscious curse of the hundreds
of thousand whom his policy of contraction
hurled liom ofllucnco to poverty cnshioud his
name with ignominy forever. Contraction of
our currency, means stagnation and btagnatiou
n only another word for putrefaction. Tho
sivoid of compulsion was buspended over the
nation by Senator Sherman's forced resump
tion measure passed January 15th, 187f, an
Act for resuming specio payments in 187'J,
adding insult to injury ; tho results have al
ready proved its impossibility.
Gieedy cormorants lending luoucy call or
shoit tituo loans, aio tho only onos who prift-'
IIOI I llltV nro UVUlInf, t hn irnml .!,.. ...........
, ... - . - ...... ,..f. .,.u .in,., ,,,uu uu.ttlllK , . . , - , ,
ill,', n. .i-nra ...... i... ..-ii .i uaumaii riwovr keeps Oil UllllU
' 1 , H'"-i"' -"--i wu u.ey of picTUUE FHAMES,
can hwuop uown on tno loutideioil wrecks,
and fatten themselves from the dismantled
hulk. They are tho vultures now shouting
specie basis, uational contraction hovering
around, watching until financial misery and
.leatli prepare tho feast.
Another step forward, by a two-thirds vote
of thu nation, will onianeipato.tho working
peoplo and producing classes fiom tho Loud-
anu of usury, interest or rent, usually paid
lor money borrowed.
Hy the will of tho people, sccuro 'flio
enactment of laws that shall make greenbacks
.. do ....
.. do ....
.. do ....
.. do ....
UNSEATKll l.ANIIS Ul' CULUJtllU COUNTY, 1S7S,
No. Wurrartee or
Acres. ( tiers
340 m-s..t'i'tt X Usee
S3 ineicKwny (' II
3 lots IieaMr .!e.ce
1 do do Ch.irloa
I.oxr T ,
llallics C It
Unit & I'lucr
Colillnljl.ieo.i!.v tlon eo do
do do ilo do
do do do do
do is, no
do do do
enrrow Merits. ..
lmis I "line i st but
I iv (ten
nick n r
3 lots M.lliiipui A f. .
3 do l iy s W
2ti'j itialT .lotin
3 lots in iiilienit, u to
fsl - - ltsut!s.ls!isi-ht'.-..r .1..-
is) llntu-k .loi,atiiiiii
U Hindi l liter ,lwoh v.
r-l llo.il a elms .t John...
3 lots limners ciicstiT
5 " 1 loll it mi b i
3 ' Hunt b (I
a " iiujiv ,io-s'i,!i
3 " llarntTA t li, ster
3 ' Kcsler 1'iai.k
1 " KlilnA
3 " 1 m i-iiet- vv. K
ti " Lewis l'mnk
lu LoiiL'i nln rirer Nath. ...
Mollis 1 lul let
Marilt A I'oat
Nun-re-w r fieo
Trout teplu n
I'll I If Knee
ratteison .I .
ltitllii-uiT..ini A (o ....
KatlU .1 .Miller,.
3 lots Malt li I w
3 MiK k .t .1 do
5 " seoti ivn r to
214 Shlllilull KL do
19 " do
" " ....... do
3 lllson (ieori do
ti ' Vast Ine Ull do
HI Viit,dlK-eli Clll.un.lll.Veo do
7 " ' ' do
Us " " " do
Mlf " " " di
ilisl West r.urk Ml c lc 1 Co ilo
40i ouieldo; 1 1 cfevi r.tco do.
400 " ' do
75 " no
6 " Wetreli'se ......r.-.
Wood All,'ltslus ...
I'rnidiiKion .lesse L
.t'.OJ Apple Paul,
Summer Hats I Summer Hats I
Jii't reci ived
A full stock nf Straw Goods foT Men and
Boys at I.owtnberg's.
Full Hmo of Prints and Domestics nt
Clark & Wolf's.
WhTteTVests, White Vests,
Dusters, Ulsters an'd Aliaca1:oats just re
ceived at Lowenberg's.
Irimmincs. Notions. Lare Pnllnrs nn,1
Cuffs, Ties, Bows, and Fancy Goods in great
variety .. Plnrl- A U'nll
Best and cheitptst Parasols at I, V", Hart
From the Jleruitk Independent wo learn that
last week James Chamberllu and Will J'rautz
were arrested at Berwlik by the iCspytnwn
constable for a'vlolatlon of the tlli law fi ll
ing wliTi nets. They contend they dId not fish
within the limits nf Columbia .county, hut in
Luzerne, and thus gave bail for I heir Hppear'
ance. Mr. IL Owen and Mr. A. S. Phillips
becoming their hallnun.
risli Warden McCollum Is evldinlly dolrg
Ida duty, and should be aided hy all good clt
Izens, There is no more reason, fur violating
he l'li law than any oilier law. At eoiuld
erable expense the Stale Is slocking our streams
for the benefit of the whole jieople, ami to ijlye
theui cheap and nutritious food, No ono there'
fore should be permitted to violate Ihe law,
which is designed to protect and Increase our
"When you want a Nice Suit
For Summer wear
go lo Lowcnberg's
- Rubbers at Mckiiniey'sT :
Ihn display of Jewelry, Silverware
Watches, Ac, at P. S. Bates' is said by all
....... . ...
uu me cnoicest to ue seen in liioomsimrg
Repairing is done by him in the best man
ner and at the lowest posiblo rates.
I. W. Hartman's store is the cheapest.
Cadman savs ue soils lie sells Furniture
at tho lowest rates, nnd has a largo assort
mem always on iiaiiu.
Linen Dresses and Linen Goods to make
up at Clftrk- oV Wolfs.
Boots and'Slioes cheap at McKinr.fj's.
Crnmpton'a Palm Soap is the best latin
dry soap in thisor any other nintket. For
sale by Jacob II. Maize. may 18-3w
Crampton Brother's Palm soap at Jacol
It. -Maize's, it is the best. Try It.
may 3-1 8 w
McKinneys Shoe Store below Court
Caldwell is getting the run on ice cream
Try It Uuy it
Tn t m 1 1 n 1 ti i I 'ii 1 m fin a r
tno legal tender ; not only for all debts, dues At Jacob II. Maize's at Jacob 11. .Maize's
and ttixos but legal tender for all customs of ulav J-Iqw
tno uovtriimcut, imports included. Allgold Great bargains in Dress Goods at Clark
ami silver regarded as merchandise, not legal woii's.-
money. Leljcvery person who wants money
obtain it from tho Government, by offering
sutlicicut fccurtiy Iu real estate, that tho
amount shall be returned in a definite time,
without interest. Only tho cost of each loan
and expenses of collecting, lo "bo doduct
od, aud as efficiently as tho post offiee
money order system. Let every post office
bo u bank of deposit and every iost master
ho the Government's bauker, for the loan of
money ; each postmaster to givo the necossa
.Always reliable Goods that niim from
P. S. Bales tiifileaii Vpeeialty of repairing
""'i minks, jrweiry, silverware, or any
thine else. in his lino nf business. ii ,.t
WRjlnflurgs arst-ejlass. job aud is prompt
nuu Ills lYUlk,
A UDlTOIt'B NOTlCIi
h e underslgne.1 Auditor appointed on exceptions
to nnar uecoui.t Mil. v. VandelslUe.Adinloliilstia
torof J. If. andt-rsllrp. flM.nu.,1 win, ,.i.uur
.UH.u u,a'.,,'uiiu,,,iii uut'iiu io uie uuiiesor ins
may it, 1S7S-4W
LETTS K HEADS,
1VSTKK8, n., 0.,
Neatly anil Clitaply printed at the Coi.M
lllltt.dll S A .1 1st...,
c no w n t ite
lsity .V tval-r
1-re.is Win I
lleuill, y h l'cnt
KiinklHJolm ...... v..
II, i eer A brum
Mill, r --ni.iin I s.
4 II. 1
'.'2 4 1
stractsShafr.T n.ivld. "
Mac knouse ,1 st tier
MiutTi i John , " ,
I.rob-t .Is. C'atnuUs.1
( I uiU.loi' li "
03 Dlcstjj to....
If, Preston Utord
3fsi Pi-tiler & Doty & Stewart
50 Pooler Poty
57 cli mcr Wellington
o1, nowtr .oost's
fit Albortsoa A c. K Ilallly... Urcenwood...
i".' i.irry.i.iiDts r.si .
In l.ves t anln Jr
1 101 - .uur if
r, Mnsk'rso Mctiehy
12 Ii ts nicrl.-iiHC
1 Must.rs wil'lam
1 l'niki r II A Liter
21 Fin ton Newton
3iiCiiiiiMsll l. N
2S l.tiiiiiltt A J
In hums a .1
7 Iey Uhltiim
211 1'uisell lssno 11
20 sj Hester
5 Wcrkhlser I eti r sr
5o Irlck tun A
1110 lie's I'.enl.in.tn
t) Kester John Jr
20 Kieler loliti It .. 1
23 l.i ls Daniel
s Miller Chas W ....
21s .Millers e)li.ini
21 Denier flen J 1. Kllno
20 niutnirtoii Tlioinas
mi 1 1'wsl' i.eotire
so 1'Mier John
ui lliik'lies Uilslit
1,4 Ki licr Itidi.ird
Ins Kline J I. K (I Hupp
4 1.1'Miti snMila
200 Mji'is Mnry
psi Huston Thomas
mo lieiso lijiiti't
2 42 , 2011 Huston varv
42 43 2110 Itu-ton Charlotte ...
2'i0 le.inoWs Jotin
2J lttchiel Jni'ot) -
3ihi Kri-e7o John el
50 .Masters 11 a: w ,. .. .
4 lirockwav X Lnt
7 Win. Y. tshuman
2it'onr.dr ,t ltlco
230 Dewnlt Philip ..
1"0 Hosier Jse-oU , .......
MKi Mann (' I'
4 .Masteller Josi-ph.
2."!'.i sluiiuan lteuuen
4i3 siiutnau v T
I'O Yitu-r tmnle est
in.! letter Isinc
r, Aten .10011
i.'j lilttenbender Jtiiry
51 creasy lii-nrv....
I Dumb icli .Mnml
07 Hess 1 rlsrllla
13 Hess L 11
12 Klkeml.dl N
2iHi Keller John ..
10 Mensch l.uiellno
1110 Nunircssor (leo
1.1 1'oneutcker A: Mjer
121 seliweppenhlatT 1 K
23 " Abe... ...t...
3' " Horace......
4 Swank S ii
r.7 loho Jaeoh est
15 0I10 llenrv
M Clark Andrew.. ,
M Clark .Vary-
Is c.ttn r Jehu est
10 tirovo Hios .....
2Vj Itlshel Joiiathnnsr
tsi iiein-lo John
s Klshr J.icoti ...
6 Mason IJ
s .Mellck John
fo Mellck Henry W - ....
12 M liter Andrew II
fsi Waller iu
10 wllson Julia
12 Dililluo Abr.im
21 lAOIt't M'-M'S .
m KM-ivr n.ii't-ifi
Herwlck 51 20 uiino Oir,.,o
..D.luiciiek 3sii 5Kliii3.J
S4 ittnk .1 r
81 snsd.r win
(IICUX win u
e. Clinmbi-illu Hannah
1 lot li., Is l 1i,iiihs est
" lio.ni Coolie
850 Trek lieo A (St
a) i tliistou .Inn A
ruck 1., Bint co
1ft e.oidiicr 1,1 nr.i sr
I lot llc.itu "-ilvc-ter I"
1ISI JiiCdliv 11 A
60 Mm,. . Patteisoii
so w urner Margaret V
2 ' Ymiiii; s.nn ,
fs) Itnits Thomas
4o& IlrilsLh JaeoU
So Denier rirn & j 1. Kline....
i' Plane I-zikli-l
400 rrlrk .t liiiian ..
1 Iklln.u Samuel. ...
rSTATS OF JOnM KVELASB, CKCEAStD
Lettersot administration on UieeststeotJotin Eve
land.late ot FIshlntrcreeK townshlp.Cnl. eo.,deceaaeeL
hate been granted by tho licklsler of said county to
the undersigned Admlnlstralor.to whom all person;
Indebted are requested to make Immediate payment
a'ld those haling claims or demands a&alnsttno es
tni will make theui kiowntothe administrator
t. A. AMMRRMAN,
may 3d, U7S-CW Forks, Pa.
I'M A SSIONKITS NOTICE.
6 i'si STniii-p in hprrbv pivpn that Mores Ilower haa been
1 11 . appointed asshrnee ot David s. llowcr ot Catawlsaa
tor tho benefit ot creditors, Arc. All persons there
fore, Indebted to the said David S. Ilower, will make
caymenl to the tald assignee and thote having
pialms or demands will make known the same with
W. L, Kterlt, Asslrnee,
Att'y. for Assignee,
may 8, 1876-4W
EBTiTB Or Pi. V1IU. UiOEMSCCn, DICI1SID.
Letters Testamentary on the estate of Daniel
Ilaireno" ch. lato ot Cent'e urn nfhlp. Columbia Co.
pe , deceased, have been gr ntcd by the Iteglstorof
Aid county u Kreacrick iiagenoucn, jsapy, ana
Frank II. llairenbuch. Lime Hldse. Eievutors, to
whom all persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make pajment, and those banner
IBl. Luo Bum caiM, nu.
said executors without
FIIKDEIIICK llAOEMlIICH. E8TJV.
FKANK 11. HAUtNBL'CII, Lime Ridge,
The celebrity of our TIN TAO TOBACCO haa
'caused many Imitations thereof to be placed oa
a tho market, we therefore caution all Chewera
1 against purchasing such Imitations.
All dealers buvtnir or selllntr otner Dhur tobacco
hearing a hard or metallic label.render tnemselvea
uaDio 10 ine rnauy 01 ine law, sua mi perwiu
vlolatlnir our trade marks are puntsbablo by fine
"and Imprisonment, MKK ACT OF C0NQ1LK88
-.Alio. 14. 1870.
ll Ace ii can be dlstlneulsbed by a TIN TAO on
h eacn lump wiin uie woru jajiu l.uahl' suunpva
a uvt'r i.irv, iuhb uiumu nuiu iu ie,t, wu uwy
0-uv,.a no OI flnv'mn In 1fiYT nhftl,, IS ROO MO. BlWl
lit M.....I ,01 C ' I""- ".- - , , .
do 36 HriHHnir Ihn nnilllvAom nvn? tsjo.nofl.000.
w 1 ZZ " ' " ' '
These goods sold by all Jobbers at manufacturers.
' t- raies.
1 em march 6, H78-sm
Dauchy & Co's. Advt's.
ry hondsfor the amount of money leouired in appo'pmientathucmeoinihotowuotiiioomsburi,'
, . , ,.. . . ' 4 . on r-aturday, June S2.IS7. at ten o'oiisk a.111. n, r,
Ills locaniy. 1 Ills tytteui under jiroper laws I and where nil persons haling elalms are reqiie sled
and regulation will ho wit-supporting, and 0ar,o7i
luiiywcurn tno governiucntlrotu any loss 111
its loans, Interest nnd usury laws will fall to
the ground iiutanlly lor tho waut of support.
To niako greenbacks a true reprcseutavo of
property, all who borrow fiom auy iiost of
ficii Lank should secure) llio loan by giving
morfgagos on productive real estate at half
selling value) or prico to securo tho payment
of tho loau.
lS!tt? ,',AT1I1L, W'ATUM M,Cli.rt
tlnlhj known urtd. Sauipli Walcktm 10
1-ilinu. iadrtJii. A. OouLTia & Co., Calcuo.
'I l.Mius iiuU' -'nn
Wei r niiw
VMi' lt 11
cuUti.1 ivt r k
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Ml iJllttt i.lt.ln
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list Huston .loon part ot..
, no i-n 111 i.raei
41 Utile It, belt
Mertls .': Iluirhes....
41 " "
mo Wellington. Wm ,
Is Skate Henry ..
fs '1 ilea .Ixroh
1 01 uui Kit 1 1
21 " '
2 l'ur-i 11 .10 in ..
1 lotsehi'g l'eiir est
sot) inn k.ncw James est
si e-o 0 '71 Kit'
4im llueliler I'luis
is, (.TOSS .NatllrtLU'l
usi (inn Iti.beit
la 1 In rl rriu 11 ei.st!
123 CMiltiiirS A 'n
ei ua 11, ss weiey.....
litlllK ll 1111.VS KlU'lT..
fiio Montitoni.'rv ltobt
,3 Mepneiis w 111 jt
n loioc ncnn
Is muni; Mu
10 60 I
3 IV I
Yr.iltS TO PAY FOIl A FARM.
S4 TO $10 IEK ACB.B.
Ilrrcli nn el .Maple I .a 11 el In Mlcbl-
1:11 11 In lliei 1 1 1 1 o Aero tyrant -
ul I In- . ru ml KuplelH a nil lu
ll In 1111 Itnllieiail t oninnr.
SlroiiK xoll si ur; cruim p'only ot
llitilie'i-iiei elreiiitnil-no clilacu
llllKN Illl "IIIIIHitTH."
llCNSlMl STK1!1S l'CRK WJ.TKH Hbibv Mmni
S-CUOOLS K4ILK0&D COUetkTED TUKOCOH TUS
CSNTI1K OK T11K UUANT.
Senel fur iiuniiililvt,ne;isAe)r German
Address w. o. iu:e;ii.UT,
tut and HAribs. Mien.
aprll 12, ls7-22w d
s-A Diamond btar, Egg, Hose and Floral Cards 18c.,
i)U wltli name, beccombe & Co., Klnderhoolc, N. Y.
UlUJ 1U, B-SW U 9
I or it nr of C3J TAT3 jRIX
'lhat lllll(rlPs Hmliriil Cure lor
Catarrh will not Instantly relievo and
stx-edlly cure, ltelerences. llenrv
Wo Is, Esq., n'ells, Kargo 1 0., Au-
rora, 1.; in, now en, r so , aic
llatton. Orant ISowtn. bt. Louts.
"testimonials and treatise) by mall.
rilee, with improved Inhaler 1 Mold
eerw ui-re. r.civaa: i-umtH,
l'roniletors. lloston. Mass.
may 10,is7f-iw d
JVoasuicr'sFiile of Seated Lands
in Columbia county.
Also the following lets, pieces and parcels t f seat-
eel lands, returne-ilby the ta collectors, are lobe
sold at the same time, under tho protlsiouscf an
Aetef Assembly, e-utltled, "An act relating to tho
aale nf lauds tor taxes In Columbia county," approv
ed .Match &lh, ls6.
Adapted to any room high or low
celling. Lowered to table when In
use.and raised by merely touching.
l'KRFKCTl.Y BATH rHOU FALUNtf.
Lights without removing chimney,
tjultoascouvenlent as gas, and at
J, the ex(nsa. The samo exten
sion prlnclplo Is applletl 10 all our
chandeliers not exceeding a Ughu.
Ihn odrantaiees are: Increased
light with same consumption of
ull, by hailng tho light where)
wanted: safety, cannot be knock
ed o.er or upset. The extension
umi-jmicrj is simple, una cannot
,isslbly give way. Cutsof Kxteo
slon lamp anil chandeliers tf all
st) lea furnished free We sell all
lamps havluir merit.
Dealer In Lawps andOusswAs:
may 10, 7S-4w
ti a. beeond street, tl
A.'res, U arrante-e or oh ner.
27 cioiise steplien
I Mulur Hi nrj
27 lieejauilu H J
M Conner Cnthiiriiio!!!!!' !!!""!'.!"
41 " .Mulhlss
i lots Mellenl Itussel ,
5 Ma.ti rs I'.mlu
12 McNeill AlTalil
.i Miilllinin Mi-. n
!5 llotl A IVlllcr
1VS HllHk.1 w
49 lllll! Ill's l; Y
s Ko-ln r Malta
1 lot snon-fts Harriet
slots I'urselli: ll ,
1 1 t I nomas Juo .,..
3 lots alter Norman.......
I0T.I.1 toe's John
. lots Freas Aiiil'CHti est ....
iaere Klkendall Si Creasy-
4 1,,1m ltr!... .ln..r.l,
" Megheii Peter
M eTaiio liotntnlck:
' UulloM M
" Winn Penuls
" Untitle JonutiianH
nurk .ioiiii .mis ...
HI) A'C Illgheat honors at all WorMI
IlUA 1 11 KxtilblttOD. LatkktCat.iaii,,
and Cmci i.aks. Ktib new siylrs. rrduerd irlM
and mneh Inforniallon sknt raxK. UAhUN 4e
llAMI.l.N UltliAN Cu., llutlocew York or Chl
cago. d may ji, is-ew
1.1V lil I VA I'eautlful Concert Gland Ann 1 HI
2 so J!A'' viAUW P"CB ""only UHWAN
22 00 s itf.v mm erh urand Square Planos,prlwTUi)o!iiy
I 94 v-'j.! Heganll prlihtr1aneB,prlcejsiioonlyl6S.
.,,-. ,.,,,7 1 iJiihu, riauua 9iis.au iiraans vaa.
elru.ins 12 stops $7.Wl. t'liurrb (I, nuns lo stops
prlee .v, iinlyMis. llletiuiit 1376 .lllrrorTa
llruiuis, only tto3. Huyeia com aud hen meat
homo If 1 urn not as represented. It. II. Kara paid
both wajs nd llano or Organ glientree.Large lUsu
''"'I'-i'i miu uiucu iniormaiion about coat ot
iJr'iS'Vi' '.!.',,,i"1.'!.lDr HeasaaddreisllAJi
IKh V. HKati V. Washlngton.Sew Jersey,
tf " hriumer w
1 " -Morgan Wllliaiu.......
I " Hi own Srt-el
1 " lliimuiet Jack
it acres Ibner WUllaui
15 " culleu Isaac est
Id ' Horn Mm
1 lot I Ills tt 111 a
20 i.i it-H vv I1111 iMeen Johu.H
I lot I'lhr v 111 .. ......,
a acre s Woth r I) J
H " JilJeJey fieorgo J.!l
s - iMseoi iiani,ah.M
12 " loutigliaild .
W ' ti.es'ill i.tihard est."
JJ " atu Jno W . !.
1 lot lies' s II ....
4V, aemslutunh rgJose-p'ti!!!!.'""
..vinaiiu.au aiiucr Sugarloat 1 8s
U l.Alih. tini'b.wilboriillioitiemi.iloi
1 J to. ilo at tM Ootcnauil oaav. '
1'HrkAUH I'lirttnt Ittn I'l lla ninl-a Vuu, lilal. itn4
S!'?,W.U1, """'P'eltly Ch.uge the. blood In the entire!
; Any person who win takei
1 Pill each night trom 1 to i weeks may b restor.
eel tu kound health, U such a thli B be jiosslble. hent
by mail lor s letter atampa. I, s. joinson i ce?..
"""i"1 a uiav 21. 7s.w
wiuHi u, ,1 ininail tiunlism lor
,fcw Auf .uMilm sad lijiw,
I '7-.?'"'.", A""!- Ull l.kH
v nvn.l.. A, out blur imp IraJ.-muk u clot.li
'" lulfllor 2o,li, i,. thai Jd.l,', hfit u
nil rmt vli j. (.014 kj .'I J..l.i.. rua l"i .11111.1?
tun, In t. A, Jicnio. i u li., 1 .Lutiin.N,:
O.V. WAltlll.i:, lieurral AhI.i I'MIikIi India,
may 4, 7-4w a
PUBUC SALE HAND BILLS -
Printed ut tluH Oflico
ON 8UOUTEST NOTIOK AND AT TUB
MOST KEABONAULE TEUMS.