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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COl NTY, PA.
Friday, -A.it. 0.JL8.7.8.
ANDREW U. DILL,
op union county.
FOB 8UPKEMK COURT,
HENRY P. ROSS,
OF MONTGOMERY COJNTY.
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,
OF CRAWFORD COUNTY.
FOR SECRETARY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS,
J. SIMPSON AFRICA,
OF HUNTINGDON COUNTY.
DELEGATES, ATTENTION 1
The Delegate to the Democrat! Convcn
tlnn are requested to be on hand promptly
im Tuesday morning tlie 13th Inst, with their
returns, so that the Convention can be called
to order at ten o'clock sharp, at the Opera
House, and an organization bo ell'ectcd be'
Chairman County Committee,
The democracy ot Pennsylvania unanimously de
That the republican party. Its measures and its
men, are resoonsible tor tbe financial distress, tuc
misery anu uie wuui iiiui, uuw eaisb i
it hu had control of the legislation of the country,
and has enacted and perpetuated a policy that has
enriched the few and Impoverished the many ;
Its system of finance has been one ot favor to
moneyed monopoly, of unequal taxation, of exemp
tion ot classes, ot high rates of Interest, and ot re
morseless contraction, which has destroyed every
Its nrcscnt hold UDon federal Dower was aocured
by fruud, perjury and forgery. Its laws are unjust
and lt practices Immoral ; they distress Uie peo
ple ana uestroy uieir suusittuev.
ThA only remedv for these evils Is an entire
change ot policy and the dethronement ot those In
And we resolve that further contraction of Uie
volume of United states legal tender notes Is unwise
aud unnecessary. They should be received for cus
toms d titles and reissued as fast as received.
Gold silver and United states legal tender notes
at par therewith, are Just basis tor paper circula
tion. A close connectlonot the federal government with
tho business interests of the people, through nation
al banks, tends to monopoly and centralization, but.
In changing the system, uniformity of notes, securi
ty to Uie noto holder, and protection of the capital
invemea, souuiu uu pnj.iumi lur.
Treasury noics.lssued In exchange forbonds.bpnr.
In? a low rate of Interest. Is the best form In which
the credit of the government can be given to a paper
tabor and capital havo equal demands upon and
responsibilities to law. omtnerco and manufac
tures should be encouraged, so that steady work and
fair wages may be yielded to labor, whilst safety ot
lnvrttment and moderate returns for 1U use belong
to capital. Violence or breach ot order In summit of
the real or supposed rights ot either should be promt-
ij Buuprcoauu uy uiu buuuk ariu ui uiu law.
Tho Republican party, by Its legislation lnlsu
wnicn rea ucea me unu
: on bituminous coal from
1.98 to IS cents p
meta's, paper, gli
of each of them U
il.M to 75 cents per ton, and upon Iron, steel, wool.
i. paper, glass, leatner. ana ail manufactures
ot each of them ten per cent., struck a fatal blow at
the industries and Ubor of Pennsylvania.
The public lands are the common nrooertv of the
people, and they should not be sold to speculators
nor granted to railroad or other corporations, but
should be reserved for homesteads for actual set-
our public debt should be held at home, and the
bonds representing It should be of small denomina
tions, in which the savings of the masses maybe
Thorough investigation Into the electoral frauds
01 is, o noma oe uiaae. iraua,snouia do exposed.
truth vindicated and criminals punished ; but we
ODDose an allocs: uoon uie rreaioenaal tltleas dan.
gerous to our Institutions and fruitless la Its re
sults. The republican party, controlling the legislation of
the state, has refused to execute many of the re
forms of the new constitution ; and among other
things. It has neglected and refused. .
To compel the acceptance of alt Its provisions by
UW lr(IVlUUI Ul LUC SUAl ,
To nruvent undue and unreasonable flLqcrlmlna.
tlon In chanrea for ti&nsrjortatton.cf rreiirtit and
passengers, and without abatement or drawback to
To give to all equal means for transporting raw
material ot the slate In such manner and to such
To publish In good faith monthly statements of
where the money ot the people was kept.
The republican party creates new offices and enor
mous perquisites to others, and nils them with fa
vorites, whose chief duty is to manage its political
Its administration of the state government grows
iuutc cipciuuve wibneacuyuarui lua rule.
Lefllalallon has been directed bv reDubllcan kihbv.
tats, who in turn manipulate and control the nomi
nations of thareDubUcan nartv.anouu candidates am
the creation of a junta whose decrees are accepted
ob we urcvcraiuie uiauuaiea or, BUKNUie uereoiiary
Wts denounce these methods, thaw rnpunm and
these men, as unworthy the support ot an honest
and free people, and we Invite all of every shade of
imueaj upuiiou, w unite wuii us in aeuvenng tne
wuiiuuuncaiui irvui uieir uaieiui rule,
Thursday, September 5th is the last day
upon which voters can be assessed, and Bat
urday,Octobur 6th is the last day upon which
tax can be paid, to secure a vote at the ensiv
ing election. Persons who voted on age lost
year, should be particular to have their names
placed upon the assessment, and pay their tax
as above indicated, otherwise the law pro
vides no way by which they can vote.
Democrats, if there was ever a time which
demanded your firm adherence to party now
is the time. Everything is propitious lor a
complete and glorious victory. A Demo
cratic President in the coming contest is
an acknowledged fact tbe Democratic party
but do their duty;
Important to Voters.
The following bo tersely btatcd by the Clear
field Republican , is of tho utmost importance
to every voter and every politician ;
The regular assessment or registry lists for
the coining fall election havo already been
made and aie now to bo found posted at tho
polling places in tho various districts as re
quired by law. Under tho new constitution
evry person desiring to voto at the approach
ing November election must have resided for
the period of two months sixty days iu tho
election district whero ho offers to vote, and if
over twenty-two years of age, shall have paid
within two years a state or county tar, which
shall have been assessed at least two uiODths
and paid ut least oue month before the day
of election. More : Tho citizen who re
moves from one borough or township to an
other between the filth of September and
election day loso his right to vote ; because
he must swear that he has resided at least
sixty days In the. district where he offers to
vote. And if he has resided but five, ten or
t twenty days there he cannot declare that ho
t has lived sixty days therein. Those who wish
Vto vote the coming fall had better examine
Uio list.of voters now in the hands of the as
sessor (or tho one to be found at the election
bouse), and soe if their names are enrolled,
If not on the list, inform the assessor of tho
omission. The omission of names produces
more confusion and trouble on election day
than all defects put together, and yet it is one
of tbe situ pic t duties enjoined upon the as
Bettor, and it is equally simple if the voter
docs not know that his name is not on tbe
list until he offers his ticket and some one
challenges him. It become the duty of the
citizen from this until the 4th of September
(sixty days before the election) to apply to the
assessor if he wants his namo placed on tbe
list. It is the duty of every assessor to re
main at the election houso in his respective
dWrict on the 3d and -1th day of September
next, when those not registered can find hiui
ADtl3iav their names put on the list of vo-
iters, (Judor the change mado in our election;
IawAn assessor rrnders himself liablo to a fine
pflOOand three fuoiillis imprisonment for
assessing a tat against fifty person after the
tlmo tpccilioJ m tho law for efosiug his
THE (IUKRNIIACK CONVENTION.
Last Saturday afternoon there was an un
usual stir among the members of the now
patty, owing to the fact that delegates to the
Convention were to be elected. This elec
tion was held at tho club rooms in Ftirraan's
hall, and no one was admitted but known
Greenbackers, lest outside parties should
stuff the ballot boxes.
The Convention was held In Furman's
hall on Tuesday afternoon, and organized by
(lectins H. K. Bmlth President, and F. Her
ring, R. W. Lyons and Dr. J, 1). Pal ton
Secretaries. The following delegates were
Benton Russel Karon, R. T. Smith.
Brtarcreek J, II. Martz, L. II. Blotter
E. Bloom Florence Donahue, J. II,
W. Bloom J. M. Hower, 11. E. Smith.
Catawlssa M. S. Perslng, C. F. alum
Centralla A. B. Fortner, Dr- Lashell.
Centre 0. A. Fredericks, N. L. Camp
Fishlngcreek Clarence Price, Q. W. Ca
Greenwood J. B. Patton, A. P. Young.
Hemlock W. M. llartman, Henry
Jackson Z. A. Butt, Henry Wagner,
Main J, R, Jamison.
Montour J. P. McClure, James Rishell.
Mt, Pleasant L. P. Kline.
Orange Francis Herring, R. Fester,
Pfne-R. W. Lyons, Clarence Kisner,
Scott M, C. McCollum, J. M. Town-
In making their nominations the Green
backers followed the suggestions made by
the Columbian, In the issue of April 19th,
In several instances, which shows that some
of them, at least, are reading men. We
nominated E. E. Orvls for them for Con
gress, and they ratified it. We nominated
A. C. Smith for Supreme Judge, but he was
crowded oft the track for that office and so
was nominated- for State Senator by this
Convention. We nominated Cyrus Robbins
for Register & Recorder, and the Convention
ratified It. We nominated A. B. Herring
tor Commissioner, and this also was accepted
by the Greenbackers. The other nomina
tions were as follows : Representatives, A
P. Young and J. R.Jamison ; Prothonotary,
U. H. Ent; Treasurer, II. 0. Barton ; Com
missioner from south side, A. B. Fortner
Auditors, James Barry and F. S. Smith
Some of these nominations are very good
ones, but tbe leading positions are filled by
men who joined the new party only for of
fice, and we are sorry to see that a numb:r
of excellent citizens of the County are al
lowing themselves to be led away by men
whose lives have been one long continued
series of office hunts and political disap-
The Convention was addressed by E, E,
Orvls, A. C. Smith, A. P. Young and H. E,
Smith, after which it adjourned.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 8, 1S78.
The same sort of blindness which afflicted
President Johnson has come upon Mr
Hayes. When only about one voter in a
hundred in the North cared anything about
President Johnson he thought he was build
ing up a party in that section. Some little
local squable in Peoria, Illinois, gave the
control of city affairs to people other than
tbe regular.party candidates. Tbe President
saw in the accident proof that he and his
policy were strong in the affections of th
people. 'Look' said he to a party of for.
eigners who called upon him, 'look at
So Mr. Hayes proves the breaking up of
the Democratic party in the South, the
Republican party there being dead already
by a purely local dispute among Democrats
in Memphis, Tenn. There may be a district
here and there in the South which will not
send a Democratic Congressman here on the
4th of March next, bnt beyond that no man
In his sober senses looks for Democratic de
Decidedly Interesting is tbe Ingenious ar
gument of Manton Marble, just published:
tending to show that Mr. Tilden was vio'
lently opposed to the Electoral Commission
Bill. But it is not conclusive. It shows be'
yond doubt two things : First, that Mr,
Tilden, like every other Democrat, held ti
the doctrine that under the Constitution the
two Houses had power to pass upon tbe
electoral votes of the different States ; and
Second, that when he was informed of the
Electoral Commission scheme, he objected
to certain details of It for Instance, the
gambling in selecting one of its members ;
but there is nothing in the papers presented
by Mr. Marble to show that Mr. Tilden ob
jected to the plan of allowing a Commission,
authorized by the two Houses, to do tbe
work assigned by the Constitution to the two
We have here very cheering reports from
Indiana and Ohio, in which States Messrs
Voorhees and Tburman have opened the
campaign for the Democrats. If Senator
Thurman inspires the same confidence in his
State that Is felt in bini in the Senate he is
to be congratulated. No man ever occupied
a more commanding position in that body
than Senator Thurman at the last session.
Ot tbe re-election of Senator Voorbees
there seems to be little doubt, and at that all
who are familiar with the Senator will re
General Benj, F, Butler has interviewed
Dennis Kearney in Massachusetts, and a re
port of the conference is published. It shows
a wish on. Butler's part to reduce to order
and coherence the somewhat wild Ideas of
Kearney, and those be represents, and those
generally who are dissatisfied with the old
The express companies are leaving no
stone unturned to divert Government from
its purpose to transport coin by mall and to
extend the protection of reglttiatlon to 3rd
class mall matter. But as tbe loss of tbe
companies will be the public's gain all op
posed to these grinding monopolies will re
joice to see them defeated.
It is one of the cardinal doctrines of the
National party that the office must seek the
man. Yet in Schuylkill, Monday, the three
rivals for the Congrcsssional nomination each
had a regular headquarters from which beer
and whisky were freely dispensed to their re
spective friends, and two of the patriots, in
uigiog their claims camo within ah ace of sn
actual rough and tumble fight with one anoth
er. They did call each otherlisrs. Tho con
vention lasted until alter midnight. Charles
N, Brumui, Esq. of Mincrsville, received tho
nomination for Congrcts, healing his oppo
nent, ex-Congressman, Gen. II. J(. Cake, by
a handsome majority. Charley is g good ful
low, but will hardly receive the full National
vote. He has been long and prominently
identified with tbe Patriotie Sonsof America,
an organization which proscribes foreigners,
which fact will inilitato largely against his
chariceil of succcsh. Itatkr.
(From our Regular Corrcapt ndent,
Paris, July 23, 1878
SOMETHING ABOUT THE BOULEVARDS. TUB
ANCIENT BULWARKS OR" RAMPARTS OP
PARIS. l'AFI AND CRYSTAL I'AI,
SIONS OK A CITY. DAZZMKU
11ISFI.AYS TIAKAB OP
Every great metropolis has, and has had
centre n heatt, the focus of life, of
character, and movement. In Rome, the
Forum with its classic memories ; In Lon
don, Regent street; In New York.Broadway,
and In Paris modernPnrls the Boulevards.
Other points havo been more central aud
more fashionable In the Paris of the past,for
the Boulevards Interiors wire once Exteriors
and their history and chronology is known.
But the Palais Royal, the Louvre, and other
centres of attraction have been eclipsed by
these Boulevards, which represent the type,
the essence of Paris Uie In all its originality
and piquancy. Formed in tho seventeenth
century, the Boulevards were at first tho bul
warks or ramparts of Paris, when the night
ingales frequented the groves replaced by
the present Boulevards Ilaussmati and
Malesherbes, lovers strolled in the llowery
fields abouUthc Chausseo d'Antlu. They
havo many Interesting historical associations.
Mongalfier, the Inventor of b.illoons, lived
in the Boulevard St. Denis j the nssasin
Fieschl pointed his infernal machine ugainst
Louis Philippe from No. M) Boulevard du
Temple, and the noted beauty, Ninon de
L'Enclos, lived on tho same Boulevard, No,
23 ; while the well known Boulevard des
Italians, the zenith of Parisian animation in
1S15. was inhabited by the celebrated
comedian Regnnrd the rival of Moliere.
What a transformation in tho present day :
the shop windows with the blaze of Patisi,
the wealth of the Indies and Bonanzas, with
tbe rarest combinations of modern ingenuity
an.i industry a Crystal Palaco extended to
the dimensions of a city, with avenues of
light and passages of pleasure. All this
must be seen to be understood or rather felt,
for the general impression of the far-famed
Boulevards is a much more powerful appeal
to the passions, emotions, and, perhaps, to
aesthetic sense, than to the thought or rea
son, more clearly typified In our more sober
cities, the markets and marts of this age of
A heterogeneous crowd,which the delights
of tho French Capital have attracted from
all parts o( the world gaze, with rapture up
on the scene of wonders. The dazzling dis
play of diamonds and other costly jewels
exhibited in the windows which are illitmi
nated with gas by means ot reflectors throw
ing a soft clear light and showing oil these
treasures to tbe best advantage. The win
dows are in most cases rearranged expressly
with a view to evening effect. Nowhere else
can be Been such an attractive display ot
tiaras of diamonds and precious stones, rang
ing in price from five to two hundred thou
sand francs watches of every variety of style,
and every description of -jewellery, glitter
in the soft mellow light Perfumery shops,
also arranged with the most consummateskill,
impregnating the air with delicious odors,
add to the fairy-like impressions of tho scene,
Clothlog establishments, marbles and pic
tures, bronzes, fruit and pastry shops, In
fact every thing can be found hero in the
greatest profusion. Every variety of form
and device is resorted to iu arranging gas
lights and mirrors so as to produce the great'
est effect. The names of mauy of the prin
cipal restaurants and cafes are emblazoned
over the doors in letters of fire tbe effect of
which is extremely beautiful while at th
same time the cost must ho enormous ; but
the Bhop keepers seem to pay no regard to
tbe item of expenditure in their endeavors
to eclipse each other in brilliancy ol display,
This illumination continues until about mid
A point of unusual attraction is the Grand
Cafe upon the Boulevard des Capucines, cor
ner of Rue Scribe ; the largest and most
magnificent cafe in Paris, and probably in
the world. The general effect from the op
posite side is dazzling; tbe rooms are a blaze
of light. It Is said that 2000 persons con
gregate here at night to drink coffee, cognac
absinthe, and peruse the leading journals.
The decoration and furniture of this cafe
has cost nearly a million of fiancs. Its main
attraction is perhaps the exquisite pointing
of the ceiling executed by artists of no less
merit than Boulanger and Dulaney. A
group of bacchantes and fauns on the ceiling
of a drawing room, which measures thirteen
metres in circumference is a work of artistic
merit which might be envied by any art col
lector. Upon the side walk, in front of the
cafe, which are about thirty feet wide, and
covered with asphaltum, like the streets, are
arranged small tables and neat fancy chairs
made of Iron, these are occupied, upon pleas
ant evenings, by persons of both sexes, regal
ing themselves with ices etc. The effect of
this large crowd both within and without the
cafe, the great profusion of gas lights, the
numbers ol which seem doubled and quad
rupled by reflection from tbe immense mir
rors on tbe walls, combine to produce a
scene of unusual brilliancy and gayety,
Good news comes from the Schuylkill
Valley. The resumption of mining opera
tions means not only that the miners and
their families are to have work and wages,
but that money is to be put in circulation
throughout the whole region, and storekeep
ers and otheis benefitted by this kiud of re
sumption. Railroads and ships are to be
again busily employed in transporting tbe
products of tbe mines to consumers, and
work furnished to many thousands of now
idle bands besides those of the miners. If
a market could be found for all the coal that
Pennsylvania mines and miners are capable
of furnishing, the hard times would soon
become a thing of the past in the Lehigh
and Schuylkill Valleys. J'hUaMphla Led-'Jir-
That the workingman has a cause no one
offers to deny, but he cannot expect that It
will receive much respect among sensible
people so lung as It chooses lor its leaders
such men as Dennis Kearney, A leader Is
sadly needed who has something to say, for
that is just what Kearney lacks. He is a
man of remarkably little Information, is
possessed of no facts and therefore can give
no weight to his speeches. All he does is
swear at corporations and the newspapers, a
thing every man Is able to do for himself.
There are plenty of men of far more brains
and better logic among tho working classes
thau Dennis Kearney, wh would be willing
to lead If leadership were made respectable,
Since the new law has gone into '.effect,
which regulates the pay of tbe minor grade
of postmasters by the number of stamps
cancelled Instead or the number sou, the
postmaster general's department kept busy
making new appointments where the old
postmasters are resigning who made a fat
living out of nothing under republican
How to Get Sick.
Expose yourself day and night; eatioo
much wlthqut exercise ; work too hard with
out rest d6ctor .all tho time ; take nil tho
vile nostrdms'advertlsed, and then you will
want to know'
How to Get Wei.i.. Which la answered In
three words Take Hop Hitler. See other
LINDSEY'S, I100D SEARCHER
fa tit (tfltMl llllMirl ltMM el tht kit. i
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of livnlth. fttiJ t II nr4 inr m of Prof-
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if cnllul of f r;iili," Mr$. W Smulttt, t
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apr it, 7s-iy
(Tho following rcrsons have been proposed for
nomination by tho next Democratic county Conven
tion to bo held August lath, 1S78. Candidates an
nounced In this list are pledged to abide by tho de
cision ot tho Convention.
J. M. 0. RANCK,
DR. O. A. MEOAROELL,
0. B. UROCliWAY,
rOB HTATK KCNATOlt,
E. ,1. MciIIENRY,
WARREN J. BUCKALEW,
II, FRANK .ARK,
JOSEPH It. KNITTLE,
T. .1. VANDERSLIOE,
DR. J. R. EVANS,
JAMES II. HARMAN,
I. K. .MILLER,
J. II. MAIZE,
FOR llEQIdTIiU AND RECOItDIilt,
WILLIAMSON II. JACOBY,
MICHAEL F. EYERLY,
GEORGE W. STERNER,
H. J. DIETTERICH,
of Main township.
Mt. Pleasant township.
of Centre township,
Dyspepsia Is the most perplexing of all human all-
menu, Its symptoms ore almost Infinite In thelr
varlety, and the forlorn and despondent victims ot
the disease often fancy themselves the prey, In turn
ot every known malady. This Is due In part to the
close sympathy which exists between the stomach
and the brain, and In port also to the fact that any
disturbance of the dlgestlvo function necessarily
disorders tbe liver, the bowels and the nervous sys
tem, and affects, to some extent, the quality of the
K. F. Kunkcl's Litter Wine ot Iron a sure cure.
This Is not a new preparation, to be tried and found
wanting ; it has been proscribed dally for manyyears
In tho practice of eminent phjslcuins with uupar
ollcled success ; It Is not expected or intended to
ouro all the diseases to which the human family Is
subject, but Is warranted to cure Dyspepsia In 1U
most obstinate form. Kunkel'u Bitter VYlno ot Iron
never tails to cure. Symptoms ot d j spepsla areloss
ot appetite" Ind and Using of food,dryness in mouth
heartburn, distension of the stomach, and bowels,
ooosUpatlon, headache, dUzlneBs, sleeplessness, and
low splilts, Try the great remedy and be convinced
ot Its merits. Oct the genuine, lake only Kunkcl's
which Is put only In II bottles. Depot 2J North
Ninth street, Philadelphia. Advlco by mall free
by sending three cent sunup. Try one bottle ol
Kuokel's and be convinced of Its nlurlts. Sola by
druggists and storekeepers everywhere.
Woriiin. Worm. Woiiiih.
Removed ulvo In from,two to lureo hours, with
vegetable nitdlclpe, head and spd all patting alive.
N o It e till In ad passes. Tho Doctor never fal s to re
move Tape tiat,pln and stomach worms. Askvour
druggist lor abottle of Hunkers worm syrup. 1'rlco
ll.oo per bottle. It never falls or send to De, Kun.
kel, 869 North Ninth st,, Y hlladelphla, I'a , lor ctrcu-
a r with lull Instructions, by enclosing cent stomp
for return of same. Kunkcl's Worm Syrup Is used
for children or adults with perfect safety, as It la
vegetable. Duy If, and try It.
PUBLIC SALE HAND BILLS
Printed at tjiip 0fiee
ON SHORTEST NOTICE ANP AT TUE
MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
Aug H, 1T-J7
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in4, IftlulM, MpwUVllr. S.M.UM0
Th nrtat KUney
Medicine in Hot fttitw
compound I It hiw been
tif fore tho PubHcWrfira
'nMMTcd from lingering
JdUPMe and dfitU hun
r drffla ttho Iikta Tten
siren tin h I'tivalHana
innrta lllatftfor. and ifrtnarv
Ilritanftt lropvt. irl . Jllabttet ui
rnfllVflWJJP. e'"lln. of Urine,
kpnellto, lirncef up the eyntem, mini renewed lioaltti
ji(hrrtiH. MUNT'ft RKMKIIYrarft 1n
ininrniar. iinrKi or ioini urnrrai urn
i rrmniB jfiftfntrg, jiftiaroea mrri
MAcntFf, JJIatarbed merp.Loii
lIHshl'- niionip of tb Kid
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rn. 1UIINT H UKfflKDY It purely tcxc
tabic, and meet ft want nerer before tarnjibed t o tn
imhilc. And tho otrnont rdlftoca miy oe placed Injt.
iim i n trjiiir.it: in prrpnrra kv
la prf pnrrn HX
j iirriii mow inr
boto tlUeaiei and
Jini neter been
mown to fall.
One trial will con
bend Tor pamphlet to;
VM. T!. CLARK K.
ilUIIVUO It. Ii
Ily Ttrtuo of a writ ot Levari Facias luecl out of
the Court of Common rieas ot Columbia countr, to
mo directed, win bo exposed to public sale upon tho
prenilsos at tho Ilea Tavern, vlll.itro of Montana,
eonyrtgliam township In said county on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 31st, 1878,
at ton o'clock In tho forenoon, all that certain tract
ot land wltli tho appurtenances sltaato In tho afore
said township ot Con) ngham, bounded and describ
ed as follows! Beginning at tho centre ot tho face
ot tho north abutment ot tho bridge of tho New
York and Middle Coal Field coal Railroad Compa
ny, (tho llnoof ho.M road crosses the public road
lending from Centralla to Catawlssa at that place),
thenco north slxtv-slx degrees west three hundred
feet, thenco north eight degrees wost three hundred
and sixty feet, thenco north eighty-two ileirrei's east
four hundred and Htty feet.thenco north twenty-nine
and ft hnlt degrees west four hundred and thirty
eight feelitlienco north eighty-two degrees east four
hundred and twenty feet, thenco south eight de
grees east tweUe hundred and sixteen feet, thenco
north sixty-six and a hair degrees west tiro hundred
and rorty-four feet to tho place of beginning, con
taining tuelvu acres and eighty perches.bo tho same
tnoro or less, upon parts wlureot tho aforesaid Til
lage of Montana has .been laid out. and the build
ings thereof, to-wlt. a tavern housa, sundry frame
dwelling houses and out-bulldlngs, ft frame school
house und other structures have, been elected: In
tne ealo ot tho satd property ccrtatn lots of the said
village, located thereon to wit : Lots purchased of
Samuel Lelby slnco the twenty-rourth day ot, March,
1SC3 nnd paid for In lull to lnm by tho purchasers of
tho samo will bo sold separately Irom tho other
parts of tho property una where Improved, singly al
so, unless In coses where several lots aro luld to
gether by I he same terro tenant, and orderot sato
as among and between tho said lots will ibo accord
ing to the rcpoit of Samuel Knorr.Esq., Master.mado
to tho said Court of Common Fleas of , Columbia
county In an action ot Scire Facias upon mortgage
therein brought by Michael Federolf against Samuel
lIby and terro tenanU to enforco tho payment ot
purchase money of tho premises above mentioned,
which said action Is numbered Wi of September
Term 19IT In sakl Court ; and other ot tho lots ot the
said town which havo been Improved or otherwlso
have special value will also bo sold separately and
singly, or two or more together whero held by tho
samo terro tenant or claimant, If such separate sales
shall bo necessary to becuro a lull price for the prem
ises aforesaid. A map of the village ot .Montana will
be exhibited at the salo and full Information given
Seized, taken Into execution, and to bo sold as the
property of Samuel Lelby and others, terro tenants.
Terms ot Sale Cash nt strung down of property.
JOHN W. HOFFMAN,
Illoomsburg, Aug. 8. 1ST3. Sheriff.
Acovered wooden trass bildgo Ms feet between
abutments, to be built over Little itoarlngcreck on
rounty line between Columbia and Northumber
land near alters, w 111 bo let at J. II. Klstler's hotel
In Catawlssa on .VO.NDAY, the toth day A COUNT,
1878 between 0 and 12 o'clock a. m. Roadway to bo
14 feet plank, stonework to bo according to plan and
measurement, l'lan and specifications can be seen
ut me uiiicu ur ui wuiawibsu on uuy oi leumg.
SILAS W. MCHENRY,
JOS. E. SANDS.
augnts-zw Attest: ivil. kiiickIiaum, Clerk.
LIST OF CAUSES FOR TRIAL AT
SEPTEMBER TERM, 1ST8.
Frank Buh vs Ashlund Banking Co.
M drover's admr's vs. Margaret llagenbuch.
M Orover's Admr'rs vs Oscar llagenbuch.
M Orover's Admi's vs Oeo W HUKenbuch,
Jacob Fisher )r et al vs John Fisher ct al.
John n Goodman vs. John Sanger.
A w Creamer vs John Keller,
Nathan Creasy vs Charles Maurer ct al.
C D Williams' use vs Wm J Hannah's adm'r,
deo Beagle's adm'r vs John lleaglc.
Wm Ltnuvlllo vs Peter Mcnsch.
John B Scott vs. Bernhard stohner.
George A Barclay vs. Joseph M Freck.
Wagner Starr Co vs C It Barnes and wife.
Permella Koons vs. seltzer Miller.
Conrad swank vs Daniel Swank.
Wm Schechterly vs Elizabeth W Souder.
W II Rogers vs Johas Doty ct ah
tiomer Thomas vs. Morris Mltchel.
Elijah Lemons vs. J II btaddon.
AUred c snyder vs line township.
A W Creamer vs Charles Dietterlck.
1 W McKelvj;s uso vs Wm hnarfer et al.
Wm strutherset ux vs Margaret Qulnn.
F L f human vs Sarah Klsller.
Samuel Knorr vs 1 E Bomboy
Morris Mltchel vs. domer Thomas.
Esther Simons vs Wm Kingston.
Benjamin Eves' Admr's vs 1 hoinas Ktockhouso's exr.
1 d Fessleret al vs Wm MUues' exr's.
W II Relnbold vs Nicholas Eaglchart,
Adam Will vs Wellington Case.
E A Brink vs.Wm A Kile.
Catawlssa Deposit Bonk vs John II rarkcr.
David MroupvsJ Ldlrton.
Martha O Hurtzell vs Joseph II Njer.
Fetttrraan tc Hughes vs D J Waller et al.
Mary B Mendenhall's use vs Lafayette Fuller.
Rohr Mcllenry vs Thos F Young.
John Waltz's Guardian vs Wm Menstnger.
Knlttlo & Abbott vs Wesley Perry et oT.
Jurors for hep. Term, 1878.
Bloom.! V Logan, John Beaghan, Thomas Ounton,
J M Hower.
Berwlck-I H Hovt.
Heaver Daniel Illnterlltor.
Benton Ell Mendenhall.
Brtarcreek S J Conner.
Centre lilram Whltmoyer,
Centralla James ltellly.
conyngham wm Herbert.
Catawlssa T E Harder,
Fishlngcreek Jethro Henry.
Franklin Owen Kostenbauder.
Hemlock John llartman.
Jackson K J sones.
locust Isaac Dyer, Robert Vatktns.
Mliltin Stephen drover.
Montour Altred Irvln.
Mt. Pleasant U It Orlmes, Chester JIason.
l'lne Henry Ritchie.
Scott Charles Leo.
nioom Samuel Jacoby, J c Brown, James Cadman,
M K Appleman, M Wynkoop. Jonathan Chromls.
Benton Daniel Mcllenry, D II Karus.
Beaver Jonathan Bredbender.
Berwick Harvey drosler
Brlarcreek-Geo M Bower, Wm Sltler, Enoch Rltten
nouse. Catawlssa M namlln, Ezra Brown.
Centre John H Mann, Isaac Whltmoyer.
oonyngham-j l' Harmon, Martin I'urcell.
Flshlngcerek John Kline.
Greenwood AUred Freas, John Shaffer,
uemiock-Ell Ohl. Wm Eaust.
Locust-Livingston Ysager, Wm rfahler, Michael
jtumin cnaries creasy.
Moatour-John O. Barkley,
Mt. Pleasant (it o W Jacoby,
l'lne K W Lyons.
Scott-John Turner, E P Crawford, JohnOrett,
Sugarloaf Henry C Hess.
Bloom Ell Jones, Isaiah llagenbuch, O M Kockard,
Benton-John S Kline, John C Winner, Washington
Heaver K L Kramer, sol II Bredbender.
Brlarciwk-Oeo w Miller, l)ntel Bower.
Catawlssa Uarry 0 John, Samuel Long.
Centre-M M Millard.
ConynL'ham James Dewev.
UremwooJ Win Reece. John H Johnson, Wm P
ifccicr, ncuiuu jicicr.
Jackson Win L Manning,
Locust Daulel Morris, Mayberry Snyder.
Minim John Michael Jr, A ,1 Bernlnger.
Montour Michael Rouch, John Rodarmel.
Orango Miles Williams, Jackson Kuorr,
lln, F 1' Masters.
Koartnvcreok D it Hower, David Long,
scott-deo Richard, Abmin snyder.
Sugarloaf-Abljah Fritz, 11 F Krotzer.
ESPY PLANING MILL.
The undersigned lessee of theEepy I'taLlng Mill,
Is prepared to do all kinds of inlll work,
i, Frames, Sash, Blinds, etc.
made to order on short notice.
TV The following appraisements of real and
personal property set apait to widows of decedent
have been tiled In the omce ot the Register of Col
umbia county, under the Rules of Court, aud will bo
presented for absolute connrmatton to the Orphans
court to be held lu Rloomsburg,ln and for satdcoiiu
ty, on Monday, the 8d day of Sept., mt, at s
o'clock p. m., of said day unless exceptions to such
connrmatlou are previously filed, of which all per-
1, widow of Henry Kingsbury lato of Benton town,
i. w plow of John Gulliver, lato of Hemlock town,
Register's timce. i W, 11. JACOBY
Blooinsburg, uug.l. ISI3. t lteirlkter.
this l'tres is on ixvs wnu
DWELL it, fHtSMAH
THIRP 4 CHESTNUT ITS., ST. LOUIS,
la din. UHNT'rt
rurfl nf Ihi III
tlrtlrtnnrif unnrirr writs lfSUodOUt Of 100 Court
of common l'leas of columbly county, and to mo
directed will bo exposed to nubile sato av tho Court
House uioomsuurg, si ono o eiwit p. " vu
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2d, 1878.
Tho undivided ono-holl ot all that .certain messu
age or tenement and lot of ground situate partly In
Catawlssa township, county of Columbia nud stato
of Pennsylvania, and partly In Franklin township,
county ot Columbia and slato of Pcnnsylvanla,boun.
ded and detcrlbcrt as follows, to-wlt 1 Beginning at
a point on the north side of tho publlo road leading
from Catawlssa to mouth of noaringcrock, twen-ty-Ilvo
(S3) feet west of a f ramo dwelling now occu
pied by Martha Uanghart, nnd running from thenco
north six and a half degrees cast fourteen and one
half UJO feet to a point two (5) feet north of tho
north-west corner of said building, thenco along tho
northern side of said building two (!) feet therefrom
south elghty-thros and thco quarter degrees coat,
liny-two feet and slx'lnches S3 ft. In.) to a point
two (S) feet from tho north-enst corner ot said build
ing thenco south twenty-two degrees east passing
south-east corner of said building therefrom ten (10)
fect,twenty-ono (si) teet four U) Inches to the mid
die of tho aforesaid publlo road, thenco by the said
road Bouth seventy degrees, cost ono hundred and
thirty-four and a halt (isix) feet to n point In line ot
land of tleorge Hughes and Iwls Yotter, thenco by
tho said lino north fifty-nine degrees east crossing
tho Cataw issa creek, two hundred thlrty-threo (433)
feet to a point on the north bank of tho aforesaid
creek, thenco down said creek, north tbirty-elglit
degrees west four hundred and ntoety-ftvo (493) feet
to a point In saldcreck.thenco north sixty .eight de
grees west twojhundred and fourteen (SU) feet ton
ptst on now or lato tho creek Island Uicnce partly
by Catawlssa creek and land ot Ocorgo and M. t).
Hughes south thirty degrees, westfour hundred and
twenty-nine (429) feet to a post In lino et land ot Dsn"
let and WPllam Clcwell, thence by said lino north
ilghty-nvo degrees cast eight feet thrco Inches (8 ft,
11 In.) to late a chestnut, thcuct'south forty degrees.
cut flfty-clght feet threo Inches (31 ft. a In,) to the
centra of tho aforesaid publlo road thenco by the
simo south slxty-llvo and three-quarter degrees,
east one hundred nndlltty (150) feet thenco by the
samo south ntty-nlno and a halt degrees east ono
hundred nnd thirty-three feet seven Inches (133 feet
T In.) thenco south eighty-six degrees cast thirty (30
feet to tlH placo of beginning, containing Five Acres
nnd forty perches neat measure bo tho samo moro or
less, on which aro erected n rail road sl.lng, coal
All tho right, title and Interest of Simon P. Kaso
In a certain tract of land In Beaver township, Colum'
bla county, State of Pennsylvania, containing threo
hundred and Blxty-four acres more or less nnd allow
ances. Surveyed In pursuance ot a warrant granted
toCatuarlno Longcnberger, adjoining a tract sur
veyed In tho namo ot George Longcnberger on tho
north, John lteeso'on tho east, Jesso Brooke nnd
Deborah Stewart on the south, and Anderson Clark
on the west, whereon aro erected a coal breaker and
machinery and several buildings.
Selred, taken Into execution nt the suits of Fredcr-
lck Hosier aud Judy Slnglcy against S, P, Wolvcrton
and s. P. Kaso, and to bo sold as tho propeaty ot S.
Fkkeze, Attorney. Vend. Ex,
The following real estate to-wlt : All that tract of
unseated land, sltuato In Mirtlln townsulp,Columbla
county, Pennsylvania, bounded by land of Danlo1
Nungesser, Abram Scweppenhelser and others, con
tabling two hundred acres moro or less.
One lotjot ground situate In tho townot 'Miniln-
vllle, Columbia county. lVnusylvanla, bounded and
described as follows : On tho north by Second 6treet,
east ;by bt of Joseph Mastoller, south by third or
Main street, west by lot of A. J. Buckolew, whereon
aro erected a frame houso a born and out-bulldlngs
Ono lot ot ground situate in Minilnvlllc, Columbia
county, Pennsylvania, bounded on the north by sec
ond street, east by street, south by Third or
Main street, and west by lot ot John Keller, being
sixty-Bit feet front and two hundred and thirty feet
All the defendant's title In one lot of ground sltu
ato In Minilnvlllc, Columbia county, Pennsylvania,
bounded on the north by Sccon d street, cost by lot
ot John Keller, south by Third or main street and
west by lot of Theodora Fodder.
Allot tho defendant's title In four lots ot ground
sltuato In tho town ot Mtnitnvlllc, Columbia county.'
Pennsylvania, bounded on tho north by Third or
Main .street, east by street, south by Fourth
street and west by lot ot Michael Knlttlo, contain
ing ono ana a nail acres more or ess.
Seized, taken Into execution nt the suit of David
Moycr for the use of Lazarus Moyer against John
Kcller.nnd to bo sold as tho property ot John Keller-
Fkkeze, Attorney, Al. Vend, Ex,
A11 that certain real estate situate In Mifflin town
ship, Columbia county, Pennsylvania, described as
follows: Bounded on tho north by landot John
Yohe, on the east by lands ot Mrs.l L. Schrcck and
others, on the west by lands ot Horace Schweppcn
helser aud John Aten, and on tho south by lands of
Georgo Nungesser, containing ninety acres more or
less, on which Is erected a dwelling house', barn and
Seized, taken Into execution at the suit ot Aaron
Mastellcr against Charles Maurer, James K. Mffurcr,
and Abraham Schwcppcnhelser, and to be sold as
tho property of Abraham Schweppenhelscr,
miller, Attorney. Al. Vend. Ex.
Tho following real estate sltuato In Mifflin town
ship, Columbia county, Pennsylvania, and described
us follows, to-wlt : Bounded on the north by Third
street, east by A. M. Huttenstlne, south by ; Fourth
street and west by public squire, being ono hundred
and ninety-eight feet front and two hundred thirty
one feet deep more or less, on which aro erected
dwelling house wagonmaker shop, barn and out
Seized, taken Into execution at the suit of tho Co
lumbln County Bank Indorsee of 0. W. Miller against
A. W. Hess, and to bo sold as tho property ot A. W
Kkokh, a ttorney, , v end. Ex.
All tho following real estate : Tio one-half In
terest ot forty acres ot land situate In Locust town-
ship, Columbia co, bounded on the north by land ot
Ruth Ann Gable and So I. Levan, on tho cast by Wm.
Loo and Sam, Itelnbold, on tho south by Wesley
Brass, on tho west by public road.
r One other tract of land containing ten acres,boun
ded on the west by land ot U. Gorrell, on the south
by Jonathan Beaver and Georgo Bojer, on the cast
by John Kline, on the 7- by Joseph Beaver, sr.
Administrator c of , William Bleber, deceased.
Seized, taken Into execution at tho suit of William
11. lletabold. Administrator of William Bleber do-
ceased, against William Tyson ;and to be sold as the
property 01 wiiuam Tyson.
Eveblv, Attornoy. Vend. Ex.
All that eertaln real estate situate In Beaver tow!
ship, Columbia county, Pennsylvania, described as
follows, to-wlt ! Beginning at a pine, thence by land
of Jacob Harris north eighty-one degrees east fifty
two perches to a pine, thence by same south eighty-
t Igbt perches and one-fourth degrees, cost ono hun
dred and thirty-two perches to a pine, thence by
land of William Michael south two and three-fourth
degrees west fifteen perches to a stono at Catawlssa
Creek, thence down said creek south eighty-seven
degrees west eighteen perches to a stone, thence
down said, creek, its various courses ono hundred
sixty-three and five-tenths perches to a stone,Uience
by land ot Daniel Slngley, sen., north nine degress
west forty-6ovcn and five-tenth perches to tho place
ot beginningcontaining thirty-live acres and one
hundred and twelve perches strict measure It being
part ot a larger tract ot land conveyed to Henry Lo-
ger by Samuel Sayder, Sheriff, f
All that certain real estate Bltuate in Beaver town
ship, Columbia couhty, Pennsylvania, described as
follows, to-wlt 1 Bounded on the north by public
road, on tbe can by land ot Era. Mann, on the wet
by land of John Ilennlnger and on tho south by Fred
erick Haas, containing one acre, on which is erected
a dwell tug house and stable.
Seized, taken Into execution at the suit ot Abra
ham Hire assigned to Moses Rice against Daniel M3
ler, and to be sold as tho property ot Daniel Miller.
Kkokk, Attorney, Vend. Ex.
All that certain lot or piece ground situate in Cat-
awltsa township, Columbia county, Pennsylvania,
described as follows to win Bounded on tbe wea'
by land ot l:. M. Tewksbcry and Adam Feterolf, on
tho soutli by Und of James Kostenbauder Ri
der, formerly Kostenbauder, on the east by lands of
Gloss mj er tract, Jacob Roads and others.and on Uio
north by landot E. M.Tewksbury.schoo) house lot
und E, D. Kern,contaimngoneundred and nineteen
acres more or less, on which aro erected a dwelling
bouse, barn and other out-bulldlngs.
relzcd, taken Into execution at the sultofKM
Towtbury, Commltto of IL Strausser against Augus
tus Btrausscr, and to be sold as the property ot Au
gusius Mraus&er, -Milieu.
Attorney, A!, Ft Fa.
AUthst certain piece or parcel of land sltuatein
Benton township, Columbia county, Pennsylvania,
bounded on tbe south by lands of catharlno Conner
and Widow Conner, on the west by publlo road, on
the north by w, M, Cole, on, the east by Thomas Da
vis, containing fifty acres moro or less, on which are
erected a irame house, frame barn and other out
Seized, taken Into execution, and to be sold as the
property of James Conner,
ftiii'Si Attorney, yend. Ex.
BIAKK KOTFKwilb orwllliouexttaplloa
lo oc at the tXHumm Ottos.
NA TUMMY. AUOIIST 17, 1878,
TI1H FOLLOWING PltOPEItl YI
12.000 fact of dry Oak I'lnnk,
2,500 feet of Ash Plunk, 3,000
feet of (li v Poplar and JiVim, 2,-
500 ripM dry spoke, Riiperior ar
ticle, 2,500 li'ct Hickory Plank,
300 Hickory Axles, all sizes,
In lots to shit purchasers.
Combination Platform Wagon,
3 NEW BUGGIES,
Two second-hand Tod Bucc'iosi.
tluziv Boxes. Platform Wttfun' Boxes nil, I Iron ax
les, uprlogs, a lot ot Yellow I'lno lloirds. White Ine
l(0.1nlS, I11S8 anil nillio wimi n'llini,, nmmww
BoiHRSevcralsetot Sawed Fellies, bent rim, vari
ous Blzcs, Wagon Hubs, from in IriehRSln diameter
down, double crook rotes ami Mialls for buggies nnd
Carriages, two set of Mngie Harness, ONE COLT,
Wlieeiuurruw, tuning iio. uno gum imi-
Two sets of Ulacksmitli Tools, ono
sqt of Wngonmuker Tools,
Ilnb-auiers, saw, planes, misers, bits, braces,
wheels, stenosand lron, palltrns, 1'AIMT SHOP
and other articles. Terms mado known ou day of
Ex'r. o! .1, McDowell, dec d.
aug. !, 'fs-3w
WIIKltlCAH, Hie Hon. William Ki.yvkll
President .ludgo ot tho Court otojer and
Terminer aud General Jai Delivery, Court of Quar
ter Sessions ot the Teace and the Court of common
l'leas nnd orphans' Coutt In tho 20II1 Judicial Dis
trict, composed of tho counties ot Columbia and
Montour, nudthu lions. 1, K. Krlckbaum and F,
Shuman.Assoclato Judges of Columbia county, have
Issued .their precept, bearing date tho 19th day ot
May In the ) ear of our I-ord ono thousand eight
hundred and seventy-eight, and to me directed for
holding a Court ofOjcr and Terminer and General
Quarter Sessions ot tho Peace, Court of Common
Pleas and Orphans' Court, In Illoomsburg, In the
county of Columbia, on tho first Monday, being the
nth day ot Sept. next, to continue two weeks.
Notice Is hereby gl en to the Coroner, to tho Ju1-
tlccs ot tho Peace, and tho Constables of tho suld
county of Columbia, that they bo then and there In
their proper person at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon of
said 2th day of t-ept. with their records. Inqul-
slllons and other remembrances, to do thoso things
which to their offices appertain to bo done. And
thoso that aro Iwundby recognlzanco to prosecute
against the prisoners that aro or may be In tho Jail
ot tbe said county of Columbia, to be then and there
to prosecute them as shall be JUit. Jurors aro re
quested to bo punctual In their attendance, agreeably
to their notices. Dated at Bloomsburg the 31th day
(0 of July In the year of our Lord one
J !.. s. thousand etsrht bundrednnd seventv-eltrtit
l1 j and In tho one hundred and secondyear of
tho Independence ot tho united States of America.
Sherlfl's Olllce, JOHN. W. HOFFMAN,
Bloomsburg, July 3l-to Sheriff.
T EOISTEK'S NOTICES.
Itu Notice is hereby irlien to all legatees, credl-
tnrs and other persons Interested In the estates of
the respective decedents ami minors, thatthe fol
lowing administration and guardian accounts have
been tiled In Hie olllce of the Iteglster ot Columbia
county, and will bo presented for confirmation and
allowance In tho Orphans' Court to bo held in
Bloomsburg. on Mondnv. the ltd day of soM... 1S7S.
ubiu uiuih, p. ill. uu eaiu uuj .
1. The second aud final account of O. W. Com-
and Vi II. Weuver, Kxecutra of Georgo ea-
ver, luiuii iiiu lotvu ol iiiuoinsuurg, cieceaseu.
2. Tho account of lttchard H. Aten, Administrator
wltli tho win annexed ot Frauds Mall, late of
-Main township, deceased.
8. The first and final account of N. It. Creasy, Ad
mlnlstrator do boats hon cum testatnento an
nexe, of John Fedder, lata ot '.Mlniln township,
4. 'Ihe account of the Administration of Daniel
I'cnier, deceased Administrator do bonis non of
Ira Pernor, deo-ased. nnd of ,the Administration
of lllrum pealer. Administrator de bonis non ot
Ira rosier, deceased and Admlulsirator ot Daniel
rcaier, ueceaseu, nieu oy iitram reaier.
5. The final account of Lewis Yetter Executor
ot tne last will ana tesuitnent ot Samuel Shu
man, laie 01 uaiawiss lown&uip, accessed.
6. 'Ihe first and final account of, Peter Swank, Ad
mlnlstrator of surah Uartrel late ot Locust town
7. Theflrsitnndflnal nccount ot Win. Kreamer, de
bonis non 01 mo estate ot Jimy A. Greenwich,
late ot frcoit, townsnip, deceased.
8. Tho account of Kale Whltmojpr and Charles
Al. low, aomiui8trators 01 Andrew wniiuioycr,
iuiu ul riLLu tuwuimip, ui-eeiLsu.
0. Tho account Of George Moore, Guardian of the
persons and estates of lUohel itoberts and John
w. Itoberts, minor children 01 Wm. W, Itoberts,
10. Second and final account ot S. II. Mlller.Admlnls
trator ot tho estate of J icob Kycr, late of Green-
wuuu luwusuiLi, ueceaseu.
11. -First and, final account of John A. Funston. Ex
ecutor of tho estate of lohu Allen, late of Madl-
sou Luwuauij,, ueucuaeu
10 ThAflra, nniflnnl nn-mtnt n, Tnnwtlrimtn
lstrator ot EdTiind era ford, lato "of Mount
I'leasani townsnip, deceased.
18, The second account of Samuel Heller, Executor
or mo estate or cnriHiopuer iicner, late of Mir
111U lUWU&LILp, uuccascu,
14. The first and final account of Isaac Mnrdan
Guardian of Mary K. Mordan, late Mary K. I'ur,
sen, minor ciiiiu 01 manoito rurseii, late
Greenwood township, deceased.
13. The first and final account ot FicderlckM. sta-
ley, Aaminisiruier 01 uaviu coieman, late
Fishlngcreek township, deceased.
10. Tho first and final account of Georco W. Belt.
snyder. Administrator ot Harriet Itelfsnyder,
Iteglster's Office, ) W. II. JACOBY
Bloombburg, augs, lsis. Keglster.
M. C. SLOAN & BBll,
Carriages, Buggies, Fhaetcns, Sleighs
PLATFORM WAGONS, c.
First-class wort;alwaya on hand.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
Prices reduced to 6ult the times.
Jan. 6, 1677-tt
B4 Ninth street Pltisburg, Dec. 10, 184.
Messrs. DltnilKlt. ItEAY & CO.
Gentlemen : Your paints have given t nllro sat-
.simiiuij. 1 uutti iim-u lueiu uu u guuu mauy uiner
cnt kinds of work, such tut Iron, Tin. Wood. Brick,
Ac aud never heard any coinnlalnts. on the con.
trary, the work stands w ell and tor wear, will in my
uijjuiuu, wuiiu.niiu nny Jean 111 uiq maiKCl, wnen
in want of reference fn ihlo illy or vtrlMty you are
nt liberty to use my name w lib pleasure, ulso to use
WU IM j UU lUlU UV'BU
' JOHN T- fill AY.
Talnter and Dealer In Paints, tils, io,
STH1CTLY rUHK WHITE IJAD, AT THE LOWEST
MONTOUK SLATE PAINTS, 8 CENTS,
' MONTOim METALLIC WillTit. 8 CENTS,
MONTOUR' M KTALLIG M10WN, II CENTS.
OFF COLOltS AT.TUIS PillCK.
JfUKJJ , LINSEED OIL
at lowcitt murkct rate.
samplo cards and price list furnished wltnout
0rdcra audli4ulrlesby mail wui receive prompt
HENRY S. BEAY,
MOYER BROS, Bupr,PA.
By vlrtno ot sundry writ Issued outbt the Court
ot Common Pleas ot Columbia county, and to me
directed will bo exposed to publlo tale at tho Court
Houso Bloomsburg, at ono o'clock p. m. on
MONDAV, 8KITKMBEB 2d, 1878.
The following real estate situate In Scott township
In tho town ofiEspy, Columbia county Pennsylvania,
described an follows, to-wlt 1 Hounded on the north
by Second street, on tho cast by lot of Widow Green
wait, on Ibo south by an alley, anl on tho west by
lotot Lemuel Mood, containing about one-third of
an acre, whereon is erected a dwelling houso and
Seized, taken Into execution, and to be sold as the
property of Henry TremWey,
nnuHK, Aivuruej, ,wiu,iu,
All that certain lot or piece of ground sltuatein
East Bloomsburg, Columbia county, Pennsylvania,
described as follows, to wit 1 Beginning at a stoke
corner ot lot of John Coleman and Seventh street,
thenco along said street castwnrdly three hundred
and ten reef moro or less to Strawberry alley, thence
along said alley northwardly two nunored ana fifty
feet more or less to a street alongside of Uie Lacka
wanna and Illoomsburg nallroad, thenco along said
street weslwardly three hundred feet more or less
to lot of John Coleman aforesaid, tbonce along Bald
lot south-castwordly two hundred feet moro or leu ,
to tke place ot beginning on which are erected a
Planing Mill, with dry house, omce, warchouse.sheds,
engine, machinery, fixtures, and the appurtenances,
being tho planing mill property ot tho Bloomsburg
Seized, taken into execution, and to be sold as the
property of 0. lllttenbendcr, W. s. Connor, George
Fenstcrmacher and William Saunders.
Bahilrt, Attorney. vend. Ex.
Ono other tract of land situate In Roarlngcreek
township, Columbia county Pennsylvania, bounrjed
on the north by Mochlaberger, on the east by
Georgo Bloss, south by tho same, west by William
Howell and John Bloss and others, containing thirty-eight
acres and ono hundred and fifty perches,
whereon are erected a frame houso and frame barn,
and other out-bulldlngs.
Seized, taken Into execution, and to be sold as the
property of James Dj kc.
All that certain ploco or lotot ground situate In
tho Borough ot Berwick, Columbia county, Pennsyl
vania, described as follows, to-wlt 1 Bounded on tne
cast by lot ot Moraclda Ie, on tho north by Third
street, on the west by lototc. it. Woodtn on the
Bouth by Second street, on which are are erected a
two-story frame dwelling house and stablo and
other oulbutldlngs.tbo same being two lots as mark
eil In plan of said borough,
Seized, taken Into oiecutlon, and to bo sold as the
property of W. M. Stephens.
Jicssok A, son, Attorneys. Fieri Facias.
All that certain piece or parcel of land situate In
the township ot Brlarcreek, Columbia county descri
bed In two pieces, (but held and occupied as one
bounded as follows : Beginning nt a stone corner to
land lateotllenrylirlttatn's.thenco north eighty-four
and one half degrees east eighty perches to a black
oak sapling In the county line ot Luzerne and Co
lumbia, thence by the same south threo degrees,
west one hundred and sixty-five perches to land
late of Bernard Seybert, thence west forty-tour
perches to an oik sapllng.thenco north twenty-eight
and one-halt degrees west one hundred and two
perches to land late ot Henry Brlttaln thence by the
same north fitty and ono-half degreos east twenty
seven and one-tenth perches to a black oak thence
north two degrees east forty-nine percaes to place
01 beginning, containing seventy-aye acres and one
hundred and oleven perches more or less. The other
piece ot land adjoining tho above Is bounded by be
ginning at a mack oak, thenco west fifty-two and six
tenth perches to n white oak, thence north two de
grees east twenty-two and two-tenth perches to a
stone, thence north fifty-three degrees, west eigh
teen and two-tenth Torches to a stone, thence north
twenty-ono and a half degrees east tutrty-soven and
eight-tenth perches to a stone, thence north forty
one degrees west seventeen perches to a stone,
tnence north fifty and ono-half degrees east sixteen
and two-ten thrperches to a atono.lhence north twenty-eight
and one-halt degress west one hundred and
two perches to the place of beginning contnlntnlng
twenty one acres moro or less, together nlnety-alx
acres and ono hundred and;etevcn!perches(ecxtptlng
out of the last described piece, two-thirds ot an acre
of land with the appurtenances lying along tbe
and a I
roan rrom Fotmoryvuie to the grist mill on the prom
ises, occupied oyuanlel MUler)on which ore erected 1
large grist mill, a distillery, frame farm house and 1
large Dank barn. The land Is about all cleared
Seized, taken Into execution, and to be sold as the
property ot Daniel F. Seybert,
JicxsoN & Son, Attorneys. Fieri I'sciaa,
Terms cash on day of sale.
JOHN W. HOFFMAN,
aug. 2, ';s-ts , Sheriff.
WHY GO WEST?
Send for Delaware. Farm Catalogue and Mans J.
F. mancih, Dover, DeL d aug 2, ismw
ridges. Address J. Bown Son
ve.r With hrt port-
rl.de.e-s;. Address j.Bown Son, 130 and 133 wood
St., Pittsburgh, Pa. d aug. s, is-iiv
Invested In Wall street
oLueKs imiKes fortunes ev-
Vi."'u" JUSr Ir explaining everything.
Address 1AXTEU & CO., D.nikrs, it VaU street.
u au,,i, tMW
PT A AT ft """""til concert Grand n
I IrlllU Pianos price $1000 only t
'uuuru i.riLnn Kiiunrn winnna nr,, ., t 1,1 .
W255. Elegant Upright l'lanos,prlce tsou only 8165.
New sty e Upright Pianos HI iu.aooroni. 835.
7,r,""."JS 6lPSI2.t0. L'hurrU Organ. 10 stops
price KOO only SI13. i:ie.uit 3I5 Mirror Tii
"rmiii., only tios. HuTer come and see me at
home if I am not as represented, It. it. Fare paid
both ways and llano or organ given free.Large fllst.
Newspaper with much information about cost ot
! V,?".'!". "rian" sent free. Please address DAN
aug s 57' WasUl,u"1New Jersey.
KSTATK Or ISAAC UAOENBCCII, DSCSASin.
Jif.fif1? 7esVmentarv on tho estate of Isaao nag
Scniat 01 "range township, Columbia timty,
deceased, have been granted bythe Register ol fsaid
c,St0o Vl",lam 'Wnbucfior sitae township.
A,1,lP,e,50.ns ua"11? clalma against the cstnto ore re.
ffif a? Vteia them for settlement andUoso
indebted to make payment without delay.
am- 1 WILLIAM HAGENBUCH,
aug.l, Ts-dw Executor.
OrangevUle P. o.
XSTATK OF ADAM BELLX8, HIC'D.
uSSSm, pcraona ""e"l are requested to Sake
S,mS?la v, ay.mf ani1 1"08" bijr claims or de
iSSSD' yalnst the satd estate win make them
dday. 10 tSe """"'IfeO Exeeutore wlSSut
1,,J-!!ti,is!?l3y.?,vcn ,hat following accounts
!'a?.i,cnWea.'n"ie onlce the Prothonotary of
Columbia county, and will be presented to the Court
' common rieas ot bald counlyj on the third day 1
5rPmbe,!' hext for confirmation and 1 wmbl con
I'fflZSS&SE? dal" Un'm ""PUonstaa
AneebotXaffnlMffUat0, J0DnW- EB'
&BnnTlh2r!,f'',,?' Jaon. committee ot
B. FRANK ZARR,
aug. 2, fs-to
N(W ltKAll V I Tin GBANb AcnllTIHINTS C
tfffflSSfSSl lory otm ex.
the Congo Tn nniiii . Sr. Journey down
1 J?er on,.Jr "tnblnatlon of tbe
true Jamaica Ginger with choice
ftS'M h'h Brandy 0?
Cholera, Cholera Morbus Cramrjii
ffr1rns' ff'rhoea and SSeK
Jii'SW "atulency, Want
aiNroBD'a Jimaica Giuokb.
C3.J slifof.-?.the rw
' ' rhjslclan. aid hi " f?5?
JZti ownpract-IcTS lon'g'bS? beC SSS
gS vtn to tbe public It ihrgt
na rewpicxloa keautlfyer.
W ..S0,"11?? 11,6 11 ns over before been of-
rvSt- SiiNuIv.Y,ii1"',i,1,,8-'''ir tho
-WcS. f". y-"". ana tho Cohi-lixion
AS CLSAH AS CUVSTAL.
SOLD BY ALL
aug. j, ijs-iw
HEALTH AND HAPPINESSl
lSso?a ilTO', L"? Wealth to their-
ery ono who will use ' "1"a we nKa 01
WHIGHT'S LIYEU PIUS,
Jan. t, iViy nr