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THE COLUMB1Ad1)EMOCRAT,BLOOMSBUEG, COLUMBIA COVNTyTpaV
3H03KWAY& SLW3LL, Editors.
Friday. O oTI 4th, 1R78.
PAY YOt'lt TAX IX A FT Kit S.YTUlt
DAY IT WILL IIK TOO LATE.
A.V 111,1) IllllMIK.
Tho opposition have always resorted to
thp trick, whetirvrr possible, nf petting up
dido 9siim ami Inilucinc; Democrats to join
with them, but Iivariahly when the election
cmip, tin) b'mocrits totriil themselves
nr.M out, ami that tho IlpubliiMns hud nil
etly voted their rrgtilir ticket. That is the
Rame thh year ns confewd to in by a prom-
in 'nt U'piiWican, who sum "wo can nltvav
hold onr ftrty when nee-snry, hut cf t hs
many Democrat Into the Clubs (Greenback)
ns posslliV." 1 1V Democrats be gulled this
t"ty ' Whatever li i inci il refor n are le
tnanded, wo can secure from our own organ
ization, but not by playing into thehand of
the republican party, which undoubtedly
brought these evils upon in.
A SimMI'A' IIKMAlilllJUi:.
swni a man is victor, r.. i'iollet.
'lo lias lit en all things to all men; Instant in
season for emu nomination, and out of sea
son when ho should have supported some
one els". As n lieggar for office he has no
(qual, mid has resorted to the most ilegrail
inj; acts to ltIn it. As candidate for tate
Treaurer in 187,1, ho attempted to wield
tuo (Irnnijprs a non-potitieal organization
in liisbehall, but utterly failed. At a recent
netting of that body we find tho following
account of his actions :
"During the exercises tho Rudienco were
treated to an amusing scene. Mr Dill was
absent, but Colonel Iloyt and Mr. Mason
occupied prominent fiats. When Mr. Ma
son was introduce!, the National candidate
admitted that ho was rusty on questions ol
agriculture and congratulated himself that
lloyt and Dill were just as proficient in
the science. Ha was glad that Col. Piollet
was on band to makeasuitnbln address. Mr,
Hoyt followed in a speech just as expressive
and then Col. Piullct ttartled tbetu both by
demanding in a loud voice that they speak
to the assembled farmers on the vital qties
Hon of the day. ''Should corporations be
the, people h masters or the peoplojhe mas
ters or tne corporations? is what we want
to know I'' shouted the Colonel, and the re
sponses echoed through tho woods as shout
after shout for Ilcyt and JIasrn went up
Irom tlie multitude. Mr. Hoyt advanced
and explained, in a lew well-chosen remark'
that this was not tho occasion to discuss pot
itical questions, but ho mentioned, just fo:
information, he said, that four little corpor
ationsin Luzerne county pay seven hundred
thousand dollars annually to tho State for
taxes, lie claimed that the farmers were
not the only people who were taxed, and
while he did not defend the present sys
tem of taxation he counseled charity for all
Mr. Mason wouldn't pick up the gauntlet
thrown down by Col. l'iollet any more than
would Iloyt, and expressed himself very
much after the manner of the latter. Coj.
Piollet wouldn't rest, and again made a
speech in which he addressed most of his
remarks to the two candidates, who seemed
to grow very uneasy under his catechising.
lie talked much against coal combinations,
until Hoyt said: "Shake not thy gory locki
at me ; thou canst not say that I am a coal
operator." This created good feeling again,
and when in response to another invitation
from Piollet,, Hoyt stepped forward again
and introduced .Mason and tho one made and
i other seconded a motion of thanks to
36T. l'iollet for makingjust thespcech which
' said they both intended to make, there
was a happy ending to a very ludicrous
Who made Aric. Piollet a Judgo as to cor
porations? II inearnest. he is a sudden con
vert. He forgets the jobs he perpetrated 89
an employeo of the State when it owned our
canals. He forgets that he was "a corpora
tion man" when the Lehigh Valley was ex
tended, under which he got a fat contract,
and a large portion of his revenue is derived
from that corporatLn. The less, therefore,
Piollet attacks capital and corporations, the
better for his own consistency, and probably
more to thotasto of his son-iu-latv,the son of
Tile Congressional Conference of the Elev
STJSODDsnur.0, Octoter 1,1878.
The Democratic conference of tlieEleventh
Congressional district met brc to-day.
Lackawanna had a full delegation present,
and Luzerne, Montour and Pike recognized
the Lackawanna conferees, which led the
couferccs of Carbon, Columbia and Monroe
to reluse to join them. Tb last uamed
counties are either partially or wholly friend
ly to Ilobert Klotz, and they organized an
other couferoi ce, into which a contesting
delegation Irom Luzerne was admitted. The
anti-Klotz conference met at 11:80 this morn
ing and after organization adjourned until
2:30, and the Klotz conferees irom Carbon,
with those Irom Monroe and Culumbla, were
invited to come into united conference at
that time, but they refused and they nietat
the Indian Queen Hotel. The anti-Klo'z
conference met at 2:80 and balloted fivo times
for a nominee without effecting a choice,
when au adjournment was carried until 7:30
this eveuiug. The Klotz conference also ad-
I journed without making n nomination after
electing a committee on credentials, that re
ported in favor of the admission of
the contesting delegation from Luzerne,
thus giving Luzerne a full delegation in both
conferences. At the evening session of the
I aotl Klotz conference, five more ballots were
bad without a choice, when it adjourned un.
til to-morrow morning. The Klotz confer
ence also adjourned till to-morrow without
balloting for a candidate. Overtures were
made by the Klotz body to the other confer
ence, but they were refused. There Is every
prospect of a prolonged contest, and the
nomination of two candidates is quite proba
The real dispute is about Luzerne and
I Lackawanna. There was a meeting held at
IBcranton uuder the management of Frank
lUeamisb, which elected two set', oue lor
I each county. Afterwards a general meeting
held at Uazletou, called a regular delegate
lcouveutiou,which elected three delegates for
I Luzerne. This eveuiug the Ileamish party
I balloted ten times, resulting : Kauck, 2 ;
Klotz, 1 ; Trimmer, 3 j Ilrockway, 3, and
Octoiieii 2. The latent indications are
I that the dead lock Is broken, 11. II. Packer
lar.dC. IC. Jlutkalew have been named in
I one conference as candidates, in addition to
those named by the several counties. We
I have no dtfinile information up to the time
of going to press, (Thursday aliernoon).
Mr. UutKaleiv'H Si'Prch.
Tho first Dsmocralio meeting of the cam
paign was held at the Opera House on Sat
urday evening, and was well attended. The
meeting was organized by the election of
tho following nHicers :
VretidcntY,. II Little, K-q.
ice Pmidtitts Jacob IL.()rou1, William
Girton, Peter limber, E. .). Thornton,
lames Catltnan, EHjili Slrohni, Philip tlycr,
CIo.i. M. Iickard, Michael Walter, William
Morgan, H. J, Mctlenry, William Miller,
Louis liernhard, J-ohti Wanlch, I'matidus
Unangst, Hunch Cadman, Michael Caey,
sr., Philip Uuangst, Mordeeai Millard, An
drew Soleder, Johu Gordner nnd Peter
.SVcrranV.-aeo. H. IJIwell, C. M. Van
dersllce. Mr. lluckalew spoke for an hour upon Fi
nance and Money, commencing with tho
expression of bis surprisa nt tho unhesita
ting confidence with which persons, appa
rently not well qualified to speak upon
these subject", expressed themselves roanl
Ing them, lie did not claim to bo an expert
i fin wee, nor s'rt that his opinio.is were
Infallibly true, but he chose to express
those opinions at this time.
Many disputes were mo-ely verW ; they
aroe upon the meaning of words variously
understood or usl in different senses. To
the question, What Is money ? one man will
reply that it is coin, another that is the cir
culating medium of exeh.mgn or currency
in a country, authorized by law. The
one uses the word in its primary the other
In a secondary sense, and unless this distinc
tion of meaning be preserved in debate be
tween them, confusion of thought nnd con
Tho Constitution authorizes the Govern
ment nf tho Uuitod States, "to coin money,
regulate tho value thereof and of foreign
ciin, and fix tho standard of weights and
measures." It nlsa provides that "no State
shall coin money, emit bills of credit, or
make anything hut gold or silver a tender in
payment of debts." The grant to tho gen
eral government plainly was ot a power to
create coined money as a standard or test of
values, in connection with the power to fix
standard weights and measures and regulate
the relativo value of foreign coin, and as the
power was to be exclusive we have tho pro
hibition upon the States. Mr. Webster long
since pointed out the fact, that it was quite
unnecessary to extend to tho general govern
ment the rrohibition against making any
thing hit gold and silver a legal lender for
tho payment of djbts, because that govern
ment was ono only of granted powers.
The Supremo Court of tho United States
has however held, that the legal tender
greenliark notes, issued during tho war, of
which $30.000,000 nro unredeemed, were
lawfully issued. This decision was made by a
majority only of the judges and was placed
by them expressly and solely upon the war
power possessed by Congress. Virtually and
clearly it denied the power of the govern
ment to issue such notes in time of peace.
The proposition now made to issue an in
creased amount of legal tender note", how
over desirable it may be thought to be, is not
therefore practicable. Two-thirds of each
House of Congress may propose and three
fourths of the States adopt an amendment
to the Constitution authorizing them, but
many years must elapse before such an
amendment could bo secured, even if a suf
ficient amount of public opinion could be
gradually formed in its favor. It is idle then
to speak of this measure as one of immedi
ate relief, or of relief in the near future.
Doubtless the Government possesses the
power, upon fit occasion, to issue treasury
notes, and make them receivable for all gov.
eminent dues. But if not legal tender, or
presently redeemable in coin, they would
go eut,dishonored and circulate at a discount.
Uiey would be heavily mated, to the distur
bance of trade and the injury of the poor.
Great dissatisfaction exists in the country
at the past financial management of the
party in power. Loans were made or bonds
exchanged for currency notes, during the
war, ou hard terms for the public. Receiv
ing for our notes or bonds when issued, six
ty cents on the dollar, we are required to
pay them at par. And though we received
depreciated paper for the bonds we became
bound for gold interest upon them, and by
the voluntary if not gratuitous act of 1889,
to the payment of the principal in coin.
The bonds were also made free of tax, so
that those who held them would escape
from contributing to support the common
burdens of government. Hesides, the hold
ers of bonds were authorized to bank upon
them, receiving ono profit in interest upon
tho bonds and another upon the circulation
of notes furnished by the Government, the
notes of state banks being taxed out of cir
culation in their favor. These .measures,
taken together, indicate favoritism and sub
serviency to eapital, and they are insuffi
ciently sustained by tie plea that they were
necessary to float the piblit leans and main-
tain the public credit.
Misgovernment in the Soutk, since the
war, had inflicted much evil upon the coun
try. Ily reconstruction measures uud bayo
net interference, industry there had been
disorganized, production prevented aud
plunder established as tho leading princi
ple of local administration.
Public expense, upon a scale ol profii ra
cy, had been kept up in our state and gen
eral governments, and the example set by
government had been followed by cities,
towns and individuals, until the crash came
Much had been done by the Democratic
IIoue of Representatives nt Washington
within the last three years to reform the
government aud improve public affairs. Ho
would mention tha reduction of the ordina
ry expenses of government eighty-eight
millions of dollars in thrro years ; the re
peal of the Ilankrunt law : the restoration
of silver as a circulating medium, and the
suspending of the cancellation nf the green-
"Burn the IJouds," says tho ShrninJoah
Herald, at head of its editorial columns. Is
this tho doctrine of the new party ? Ily
wuat right can a man burn a government
bond, any more than any other bond, or ob
ligation? The right of a manor parly to
burn any species of property means thericht
to destroy or confiscate i(7 Th's is worse
than Communism of Prasce. How would
our fanners ami property holders like a lull
application nf lho miAf theorv.
Kecii It Before (lie I'eoiile
That Henry M. Iloyt was furred upon the
llepulillcau stale, tictet ly Robert W.
Mackey, Corirution Agent in the LgUla
lure. M. S. Quay, the IHieficiarv ol lhn lt.
corder Hill, and James hi. Kutan, the leader
of the "Heaver King." Hoyt U their crea
ture and will do their bidding in every
thing. Iu order to confer a lucrative offieo upon Co),
Quay, the chaiiiuau of the republican statu
committee, the leghljturo was kept iu session
fifty days beyond tho usual timo for adjourn
merit at an expense of nearly a quarter of a
milliou of dollars to tho people. Tho llecordor
Hill had to bo pasted in order to cuublo Col.
Quay to conduct Hoyt'g campaign. J'ulriot, i
TAY YOUIl TAXES. AFTEK BATUlt
DAY IT WILL HE TOO LATE.
Now let us hear something from republican
journals iu regard to tho iniquitous Recorder
Job put up by tho republican legislature and
Governor Ilartranfl last winter in order that
Col. Quay might h.ivo a forty-thmiatid dollar
offieo lor ten jears. finer opinions onthissub-
jcet will ltilcrct the pfoplo far more than pu
;tilo attacks upon the local legislation for Sen
ntor Dill 3 district. Patriot .
Who will lm lleimnslblc.
Ono tiling is so clear that no ono ventures
to disputo it, namely that tho Democracy and
tho Nationals combined larirely outnumber tho
republicans In this state. Kvcntho estimate-of
Col. Qiiay.thochiirman of tho republican state
committee, plocos tho united vnto of dem
ocrats nnd nationals at 400,1100, while- ho ad
mils that the republicans h.ivo but 300,000
This shows an anti-republicanj majority in tho
state of 100 000. Hut in ordt-r that this large
preponderant-Din fivor of tho democrats and
nationals i-hallnot ho podivided tho republican
minority may bo r-uffered to retain power it
becomes necessary that it should bo conccn
tiated upon the sauio candidates. Tho demo
cratic party is compactly and effectively or
panized. It has local tickets, newspapers nnd
stump s-peakcra in cveiy county in tho state,
It is able to-day to bring to tho polls nearly
one-half of tho entire vote of tho state. Not
own tho tnot sanguine national, not Samuel
II Ma'imhiiui-cir.wiM contend that tho nation
al clomcnt has anything like tho organization,
tho nowspapcrsjtho speakers, tho voting force
of tho democratic party. If then tho anti He
publican voto is to bo concentrated it is only
reasonable to suggct that the nationals sliouli
join the democratic army and do battlo under
tho democratic standard. And why should they
not The nuns of the nationals so far as they
arc practical and practicable are almost iden
tical ith those of the democrats. The nationals
would refoim tho currency. So would th" dem
ocrats. The nationals would protect and foster
labor. So would tho democrats. The nationals
would institute) economy in administration,
So would tho democrats. Indeed to the ex
tent of their power in congress tho democrats
have already done what tho nationals propose
to do. Why then cannot tho national consist'
cntly cnlit under tho democratic banner?
There is no reason under tho sun why lie
should not. If therefore those whoaro the
natural allies of the democracy choose to stand
apart and skirmish on their own account with
the common enemy and tho two divisions of
tho grand army of 400,000 should bo bcatCD iu
detail by the 300,000, whero would rest tho re
sponsibility for defeat? Certainly not with
tho larger and better organized division, but
rather with thesmaller and undisciplined force.
Come, let us reason together. Can our national
brctliern, nn due reflection and after a careful
consideration of tho possible consequences, af-
lonl to risk their votes for tho tioket put for
ward by their organization when by so doing
they may be instrumental in perpetuating tho
rule of tho republican ring? Homembor that
Pcuiii-ylvauia is not Maine, that a plurality
elects in this state, and that every anti-repub
lican voto taken from tho democratic ticket in
creases the chances of tho election of Hoyt
and a republican legislature. Tho responsibility
is wall you. Patriot.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 1st, 1878.
In Maine the campaign of the Republicans
was, under the direction of Blaine, an exclu
sivrlv hard money campaign. The "bloody
shirt" was not seen, except, perhaps, in one
District, and in that the Republican candidate
was beaten for the first time in 2o years. In
New York Senator Conkling has determined to
run the battle, in great part, on the "bloody
shirt" question. If the Senator does not meet
a worse defeat than Iilaine did I shall he great
ly di'apiminted. As between the two parties,
and on that question, I am sure he would he
voted out of sight. If he finds among Demo
crats a disposition to trade, he may save his
party, by that means, from utter and Ignomin
ious ruin, though he cannot, in such a way,cave
his own re-election to the Senate. The parlies
in New York are always open to trade. It was
of fie politicians of that stale that Dean Rich
niond once said, when a certain comproinisa was
sugge-tid that "the day of compromise is past
but we .ire Mill a commercial people." Sena
tor C inkling may tind some New York Demo
crats who are willing to trade commercial
Democrats but I don't believe he can find
enough of them to save liiruself or to save his
party in state affairs or in either branch of
Congre. All the indicalions now are that the
Re ublican party in New York will be badly
beaten. If the leaders of the Democratic
parly realije that the liht is between the pej
pie on the one tide and the radical party on
the other, the Kepublican parly will be beaten
out of night,
Secretary Schuiz having spoken at Cincin
nati on Saturday night there remains but one
member of the Cabinle Evarls who has not
violated the most compicuous civil service rule
of the Administration. To be sure Secretary
Sehurz says his epeecn wa-s "non-parlizan." So,
loo, in the same way,have been Illaine's.IIale's,
Uarlitld's and all the ret. They were made
for the benefit of the Republican party, that of
Hayes and bchuri as well as the others.
Interest will be fell in the subject of a trans-
fer of the Indian Bureau to the War Depart
ment, now being inquired into at St Louis.
flw urgent necewity of detaching one or more
of its many Bureaus from tho Interior Depart
ment, in order that the Secretary imy be able
as other head of Department are, to acquire
aonrn practical knowledge of all the varied in
terests co i tided to his keeping, has long been
felt. Whatever shall he the report of the body
now inquiring into the subject, the probability
is strong that the transfer will be made, and
that the Patent Bureau will W made an inde
pendent oflice by itself,
The Chinese Embassy hail on Saturday its
formal presentation to Mr. Hsyes, and will set
tle down to the regular transaction of the busi
ness which brought it here. Let us hope one
of Its first attempts will be to settle the question
as to the slwling of the Chinaman on the Pa
cific Coast. That is a subject worlhy of study
and calls for all the ability Die Embassy and
our own rulers have,
The weather is getting fall like thongh we
have had no frost yet. August was unusually
damp and cool for this renlon, and, as a result,
thills and other malarial sickness are prevail
PAY YOUR TAXES. A ITER SATUIt
DAY IT WILL BE TOO LATE.
Fifty days of extra session of the legislature
last winter at a cost of nearly a quarter of a
million iu order to cnablo tho republican cau
cus and Governor Hartranft to nut tb
bill creating a fat oflico for Quay, is part of
me record ol tho republican party ou which it
is snmiuoncd to answer to tho people As tho
casowill go to thojury without nny pica on tho
part of tho defendant the court might as well
swear a constable. Patriot.
That If every one would uta Hop Bitters
freely, there would be much less sickness
and misery in tho world ; and people are
finding this out, whole families keeping
well at a trifling cost by its use. Wo ad
vise all to try it. U, A A, Jlochetter,A'. Y.
From our ltojular Corrosprnilent,)
Paius, September 10, 1878.
The elements of glory comprised In tho
festivities of tho Bal Mahillt do not perhaps
amount to much, but, such as they are, It
may not be out of place to enumerate them
hero for the benefit of the pott tiati, For
this is nn ngnof change. Time, the great
auctioneer, is Indefnllgablv buy in his ros
trum, nnd, well nigh without surcra'O, his
Ivory hammer, symmetrically turned from n
dead man's bone, comes In sharp contact
with the ledire nf his pulpit, as he cries "co
ing, going, gone I'' 1 have seen sptctscularly
the dissipation ol my time, nnd its most typ
leal rmblems seem to me mainly to have dls
appoared, Paris, assuredly is regenerated ;
but I fait to sro that tho New Ilirth is.
ethnically considered, In any way preferable
to tho old one. All the booths in Vanitv
Fair sadly knocked abontby vicissitudes of
siege ncd civil war, have been repainted
nnd re-plastered, gilt, swept and carnished :
but it would be rash hntllv In assume that
the spirits that Inhabit the rrstorid edifice
aroinanyway cleanlier than thosi which
abode iu it of old. I heard that the Jartlin
Mabille was doing a tremendous busings
and that the cancan was nocturnal ly extant
in its wildest exuberance, in tho Armlda's
garden ot the Champs Elysecs. So we made
up a party to vi.it Mabille. I put on a pair
of square toed shoes and the most moral
looking hat I could find. So as tn warn off
any Roscaniboles or Cascadettes who might
seek to tempt me to join in the mazy dance-
did not tho Heathen Alan of obi stop his
ears against the Wantons n the Sea? And
the lady of our party donned no qm than
three veils, one over the other, the last a
thick- awning of blue silk, the r fleet of which
was certainly tu prevent any one nt the Ma
bille from seeing her face.nhile nn the other
hnud, the three veils so effectually excluded
the outward atniisphere as to impel her
eventually to rai-o the triple barrier,;asping
in the throes ol senii"Ullnc.itioii, and I in
petuously to demand Iced lemonade. They
charge you one Iranc twenty-five centimes
for a glass of lemonade at Mabille. Tho
boverage in U. S. would crtninly be thought
dear at 10 cents
Happy for you ifyou make one of a par
ty at Mabille. Under these circumstnuces
you can laugh and talk and wonder that
people can be found night al'cr night to
pay a dollar for Iho pnvilrge of inpectin
this barren -limn ; but should joti bo alone
your life will be made burdensome tn you
by the incessant impor unities of t lie thous
and daughters tr tin- llnrselench all so far
as their pla-ter-d lares go, &o many whlled
sepulobies. Poor creatines Uiey do not even
gosnfarasto paint themselies. Rouge is
apparently too dear; but thev lav on the
pearl powder, the white lead, the arsenic
me puiverizeii c-iau and then, with voices
hoarse as tun, il ntaht cabmen with expo
uretothe night air nnd continuous "con
summations," they pester yon to treat them.
I shrink from surmising that they drink a
tithe of tho bv.-rages to which they are
sometimes treated. i)i. they do so thev
would surely b tipsy before shutting up
time. Impppso th-it they receive a com
mission Irom the administration, or from tho
waiters, on the refreshments which they aro
the cau-e of ordering.
'lhe dancing is a mere hollow imposture.
iMnetceu twentieths of the poor women
who come to Mabille would as soon think of
disporting themselves on the dancing plat
form as of earning nn honest livelihood
But to keep up the delusion that Mabille is
the tiivonto home of Terpsichore, the ad
ministration lure a few couples of semi-professional
dancers, tenth-rate coryphees from
the smaller theatres, habitues of the saloons
or hair dressers' apprentices of an acrobatic
turn of mind. These posture masters and
mistreses lliiig their limbs about to the
musii! of a tolertblu bind at stated intervals
during thH evening. At no pi-riod.on Tliurs-
day, did I notice in ire than live seta of pos
ture makers going through their uninterest
ing gatu'u Iocs. They danced in isolated
groups, and each group was surrounded bv a
serrie I circle of ynbemouche spectators whose
presence thus entirely destioyed the availa
bility of the platform form for General
dancing purposes. The attitudes indulged
in by the hired fandogo dancers were
outres and uncouth emugh, but they in no
way sinned against decency, unless studied
vulgarity can be considered an indelicate ex
hibition. On the whole I am inclined to
think that entertainment for which we had
paid five frances a head would be dear at
ten cents. There was pleutv of iras to be
sure, but that and the Whited Sepulchres I
can see on the boulevards any night for
nothing. The most irritatimr thini? con.
nected with the entire Moekery, Delusion,
and Snare, is, that lam morally certain that
by far the greatr portion of the patrons of
the Jardin Mabille do not pay five fiancs
if they pay anything at all for adm ission.
The Whited Sepulchres are presumably on
the tree list, and the menfolk, apart from a
multitude of of middlo-class Enirlishmen.
Americans, and Germans, are mostly com-
posed of poor little pale-faced whipper-snap
pers, tn plug hats, and slop-shon clothes.
tn any one of whom, foall seeming, it would
have been nn act of charity to eive a counle
of frances to get some supper withal. If
they paid five francs a bead, I am prepared
to renounce my nationality. It la the for-
igner, who pays for all.e
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Everybody should bao it. ror the cure otwealc
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tha stomach, and tor all cases requiring a tonic. Tills
wine Includes the most agreeable and cmclent Salt
"i "u" u iiraaesn-tiiruve or .Magnetic Oilde com
bined lib Hit most energetic, ot vegetiblo tcnles
iellow Peruvian birlc,
Do you war.t sonx-tlito!; to strengthen you
Ho you want agout appctttu:
Do you wunt to gut rid of nervousne ss ?
Pu you want energy t
Ho j ou want to sleep well J
Do you want to bum up your constitution J
Do you want to feel well ?
Do you w,nt a brisk and Tlgorom feeling ?
If you do try Kunkel's Witter Wine of Iron,
I only ask u trial of this valuable tonio.
Iiewuru of counterfeit, as Hunkers mtur Wlno
of Iron la tho only sure and emclent remedy In the
known world for the permanent euro of Dyspepsia
and Debility and as there are a number of Imitations
offered to tko public, I would caution the communl
ty to pucbaso nono but tho genuine article, inanu
fMtured by E. V Kunkel, and having in, stamp
on the cork ot every bottle. The very fact that oth
en uro attempting-1 Imitate this valuable remedy
proves Its worth and speaks volumes In Its favor.
Sold only In II bullies or six bottles for 13. Try this
valuable medicine and be convinced of Its merits,
bold by dr uggUts and dealers every where.
'Iiipu Worm Iti-iuuvcil llvc.
Head and alt compute, la two hours. No fee till
head kisses. Seat, I'm; and Moraacn worms re
moed by Dr. Kunkel, 3 North Ninth Btreet, 1'hl'a.
delphla, I'a. Send for a circular with a treatlso ou
all kinds of worms, advice free. Ask your druggist
for a bottle of Kuukefa Worm Syrup, which will do
the work. Price fl.ta. It neer falls to remove all
kinds, from ihlldrcn orgrowu persons. Directions
THIS vtrtn It ON nit: WITH
OWELL II rHt8MAN
Advertising s Agents,
THIRP 4 CHESTNUT ST!.,
IT. LOUI1, Mb
ANDREW H. DILL,
OF UNION COUNTY.
Pill SUPHEME COURT,
HENRY P. ROSS,
OF .MONTdOMEtlY COoNTY.
rou t.murKNNr oovniiNott,
.IOIIX per no,
OF CRAW FOItn COUNTY.
for inrnurutY ot wrciiNAt. AtrAini,
J. SIMI'.s'O.V A I-RICA,
OF IIUNTINODON COUNTY.
C. II. IIROOKWAY,
Subject to decision of Congressional Conferees,
I'OU STATF. Hi:.'AT0lt,
II. .1. MolIEN'RY,
OF riMUNdCriECK TOWNSHIP.
Subjeit to decision ot Sen! torlal Conferees.
T. J. VANDERPLICE,
JOSEPH n. KNITTLE,
rou r.EmsTini and ni:coui)i:it,
WILLIAMSON II. JACOUY,
H. A. csWEPPENHISER,
OF cnNTim TOWNSHIP.
OF CENTRE TOWNSHIP.
OF HEAVER TOWNSHIP.
FOR COUNTY AUDITORS,
SAMUEL E. SMITH,
OF nitlARCRERK TOWNSHIP,
WILLIAM L. .MANNING.
UP JACKSON TOWNS HIP.
Democratic Standing Committee.
Dcaver Jcsv) Ttlttcn'wusp, Mountain drove, Lu
Ite'.tnn-.tolm s. Kline, Tienton.
Ilerwlck lior. wm. T Snuler, Berwick.
IHonmsburg Hast D. Lo.vpnberg, llloomsburir.
IUoomstsirg West o. s. Fiirmni. Iiloomsburg.
Iirlarcreek Joseph l.imon, Berwick.
Oitawissa Mnliioti Hamlin. Catawlssa.
centralis inrongli-nwcn Cain, Centralis.
Centrn Joseph Weiss, Lime lingo.
Coiij nEham North Bernard HoHe, Ashland.
ConynKli.uu south-Iohn P. Ilinnon, Asnland.
Fishing reek-J. M. Howell. Van Camp
Franklin Peter o Campbell, Catawlssa.
Oreenwood I. A. DeiMir, Hohrsburg.
Hemlock N. I". Moore. Buck Horn.
Jackson -Frank Di-rr. Knlirbuig.
IKMHt-Dinlel Morris, Numedla.
Madison J. M. smith, .Tenet town.
Main J, IV. sliinmin .Mulntlllfl.
Mimui-u. il. .Montgomery. Mlnllnvllle.
Montour-Bennevlllu Iillmies. lnipert.
Ml. Pleasant. Joseph !!. Ikeler, Canby,
Orange M. n. Patterson, tiranget Illo.
Pino John F. Foucr, Pino Summtt,
Hoarlngcrek .1. II. Klinger. Koarlngcreek.
scott-J.icoti Terivlliiger, Light streer.
Sugarlocf J. (1, Laubach. Colo's creek.
.1). LOWENBHRO, Chairman.
Tho democracy of Pennsylvania unanimously de-
That the republican party, Its measures nnd Its
men, are resoonsiblo for tho naanclal distress, tho
misery and the want that now exist :
It has had control of tho legislation of tho country,
and has enacted and perpetuated a policy that has
enriched the few and ImpoterMied Iho many :
Its system of finance has been one of favor to
moneyed monopoly, f unequal taxation, of exemp
tion of classes, ot high rates ot Interest, and ot re
morseless contraction, which has destrow-d every
enterprlso that gave employment to labor.
Its present hold upon federal power was secured
by fraud, perjury and forgery. Its laws aro unjust,
and It, practices Immoral ; they dutress the peo
ple and destroy their substance.
Tho only remedy for these evils Is an entire
change of policy and Iho dethronement ot those In
And tte resolve that further contraction ot the
t olumo of United states legal Umiler notes Is unwise
and unnecessary. They should be recelted for cus
toms il utlcs aud reissued as fast as recelted.
dold silver and United states legal tender notes
atpar therewith, are Just basis tor paper clrcula-
A closo connection of the federal government with
tho business interests of tho jitople, through nation
al banks, tends In mononoli- iinrl rinrniii7tn ,.,
In changing Iho system, uniformity of notes, se'cunl
trtothu noteholder and protection or tho capital
fniested, should bo provided for.
Treasury IlOtes.l.ssncd in pvrliiini-n fArlinnH. Look
ing a low rate of Interest, Is Iho best form In which
tho credit of tho goternment can bo given to a paper
Labor and capital hato equal demands upon and
responsibilities to law, ommercn and manurac
tiiresshould bo encouraged, so that steady work and
fair wages mat be tleld,-dto ititmr. uiiii.t cnfi.tvo.
Investment and moderate returns for Us use belong
to capital, violence or breach ot order In support of
the mil or supposed rights of either should bej tiromt
ly suppressed by the strong arm ot iho law.
,nu HtNuuurtiii puny, uyus legislation lnlS72.
hlch reduced the larirr on lltum!n,,n mm tr,.,A
Jl.vstoTSCeiitsiiertori.and upon Iron, steel, wool,
metals, pater glass, leather, and all manufactures
of each of them ten ier cent., struck a fatal blow at
tho Industries anil bibor of Ivmisjlvnnla.
The public lands ure the common property of the
people, nnd they should not bo sold to speculators
nor granted to railroad or other corjioriitlons but
should bo reserved for homesteads for actual set
tlers. Our nubile ilr-hf. slinnlrt Iia lipid nt nni.n
bonds representing It should be of small denomina
tions, In which tho savings or the masses may bo
Thorough Investigation Into tho electoral frauds
of ls? should bo mado, fraud should bo exposed,
truth vindicated and criminals punished : but wo
oppose any attack upon the Presidential title as dan
gerous to our Institutions and fruitless la Ita re
sults. Tho republ'can party, controlling tho legislation ot
the state, has refused to executo many ot there
forms of the new constitution ; and among oilier
things, It has neglected and refused.
To coinprl the acceptance or all Its provisions by
thecorpoiatlonsof the Mate
To prevent uuduo and unreasonablo discrimina
tion In chsrges lor transportat.ou of freight and
passengers, end without abatement or drawback to
TO git 0 to alteoual means for trnnvnorflrM. r.iw
aaiertal of tho state In such manner and to such
points us they may prefer; and
To publish In good faith monthly statements ot
whero tho money of tho people w as kept.
The republican party creates new oniees and enor
tnous perquisites io others, and nils tlitiu with fa
vorites, y hose chief duty Is to umr-ogo Its political
Its administration of the statp uovpmmpnt mw.
more cxpenslto wltheaili ycarot Its rnlo.
Ij-ul&latlr.n bus Imiii i,1r.r-,..,l tin 11 nuhllnn
!sts, m ho 111 I urn manipulate ami control the nomi
nations of the republican party,uiid lis candidates aro
the creation of a Junta tt hose decrees aro accepted
as the It reversible mandates of absolute hereditary
Wu denOUnm IllPRO tnellirwlti llintnrAMunn. nnH
theso men, as unworthy the support of an honest
and free people, and we Invito all of every shade of
political opinion, to unito with us In delivering tho
Lommouwciltli irom ther haleiul rule.
A UDITOR'H VOTIf'K.
fn the matter of the estato of Jacob Kverlntn nf
Madison township, Columbia county, deceased.
Tlw. .,.,........ ....... .... . .
r..y . . '-i ' . . -uu'ior upiioiiucn oy tuo
Orph ui's Court of said county to make distribution
of tho funds tn hu ImntU nfV II mn... .j,T
traior, c., wlilaltend to tho dimes of Ids appoint
ment at lhe omee ot Freeze Ejerly In tho town of
Bloornhburg on Saturday, the 2nd day or Novembo'.
IS7S, at ti o'clock a. m, when and h hero all per
sons hating claims aro requesu dto present tho
same. U-turo the Auditor or bo debared from com-
OCH US-IW Auditor.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES !
We will sell tho Very Best ram ily
For Twenty-Five Dollars
I OAS II,
on an ornamented Iron bland and Treadle, with
walnut Uip and drawer, and ni-cessary Attachments
nd deliver It at auy ilahroad Depot tu the Uiiltwl
Vice of Charge.
These machines aro warranted to do the whole
line of Family hewing wllh more rapldlty.moro oaoo
of management, and lesa fmiguo to the operator
than diiy luuehtne now In use. Bend for a Circular,
fctery machine warranted for threo ears,
Agentj wanted In Unoccupied Territory.
Centennial Muchino Co., Limited,
oct. i, 18-em
,i riui.i ot., t-uii.roKi.ruii, i-a.
A UDITOHS NOTICE,
Iu ilio milter of tho nwpllons to tho account, of
.1. II. Heller, Uxecut.r of John .Michael, de
ceased. 1 ho undersigned, appolnted.Audltor by tho Court
on exceptions to t'io abovo account will sit at his
onico In Bloomsburg on fatnnl.iv, November snd,
IS7S nt ten o'clock o. m , for thn purpose of his up.
polutment when and whero all i ersous Interested
may attend If they seo prowr.
JCt. 4, '7S.41V Auditor.
Recvl Estate I
lhe undersigned rveutorof th3 estate of Chris
thn Wolf, !nio of iltnilln t innshlp, Columbia coun
ty. I'eiiiis- Ivanta. deceased, will cspj,o to public
Ull lliu (IUII1I9C9 Oil
Siitunlny, November 9, 1878,
nt ten o'clock a, tn , thi following di-scrlbecl real e
talc situate In said tmt nshln of Mtniln onwhlclide.
redi-nt resided, bounded and d-scribed as tnltoitsi
tin the eat by tho to-tnnt Miminvlllo on tho south
by land of tt llllstn llrown, deceased and .Maria tt oir,
on tho west by land of Mart.i Wolf and tt IIIUiu,
Brown, and on tho north by the Susquehanna
78 Acres and 150 Fetches,
strict measure, moro or less, alt Improved lanC,
through wht:h tho North It West Branch llallrcau
passes with right of way, on which aro elected a
llrlck Dwelling House,
a rriimn Hank Barn. Wagon Mied and Can-lags
House, with otlwr out.bulldlngs and on which Is a
never-falling well of water and a lioop Ai-ri.it Oscu-
Also, ono other piece of land In tho same township
bounded on tho north by land of Imnlel A. Hess, on
Ihee.islby ut.llim Brown aud Maria Wolf, uud on
tuo south and tte;.t by Mcplicu (learhart, containing
50 Acres anil 1115 Perches,
Uriel mc-isuro.rnoro or less, about 2n acres ot tt hlcn
Is cl. arcd unit bilstico well timbered. There Is a
never fulling spring ot water on lids tract.
TEiiMsoi'SAiK.-M.oiotobo paid on tio striking
dovt n of I he property, one th rd of purchase mosey
to bo patd ot the decease of ttie tttdow of decedent,
Inleiest. toiler annually, and balancoto bo paid In
threo equal annual payments, Interest from April 1,
oct. 3, ls-s Kxecutor.
A DM INIST 11 ATO 113' SALE
REAL ESTATE !
Andrew Laubach nnd llncliel A. Vvs Admtulstra
tora. Ac, of Alexander Hess, lato ot Suyarloat town
ship, deceased, will expose to public bale on the
Tuesday, October 22tl, 1S78,
at 3 o'clock p. m tho following described property,
No. K. Tho undlt ided one-half ot a certain tract
ot land sltuato In Hugarloaf township, Columbia
county, Pennsylvania, bounded by lands ot Alexan
der ant Joshua Hess aniljjthcr lands of decedent
and ono hundred nnd thlrt -eight perches and al
lowanci of land, the same being unimproved land.
Ito. X Hie undltlJed one-halt of a certain tract
of land, sltuato In Sugarloaf township, Columbia
county, l'ennsjltanl.i, containing
described as follows : Adjoining lands of the heirs
ot Joshua lavage on the south, land of tract No. t,
on tho east, lands ot John Itantz and Davis on
tho Iwest, and lands of Cral,' ; DMnchard on tho
north, the same bi-lng timber land.
TERMS OF HALK. Ten percent ot one-fourth of
the purchise money to bo paid at the striking down
ot tho property, tho ono-fourth less tho ten per cent,
at tho confirmation of sale, and the remaining three
fourths In ono year thereafter with Interest. from
ItAClllX A. 1IKSS,
The following described property sltuato on Iron
Street In tho Town ot Iiloomsburg will bo exposed
to public sale at ono o'clock p. m. on
SATURDAY, OCTOIIER 20, 1878,
Bounded on tho west by Iron street, on tho north
by lot of Johu Hooper, ou Iho east by an alley and
on tho south by lot ot Mrs. Mary Clayton, on which
aro erected a two-story
Frame mvcllhip; House,
on Iron slrcet, and a dwelling house In tho rear on
alley, the same being feet front and deep.
Terms mado known on day of sate.
OCt. 4, TS-tS
For sinking snetls
toOO will bo nald for
'tits, dizziness, palplta-
l case that Hon Bitters
uuu nun low spuns, re
ly on Hop Hitters."
i in not cure or neip.-
Hop Bitters builds
Read of. nroouro and
uso of lion Bitters, ami
up, strengthens a
ures eotinuua t- rrom
!t on win oo strong,neal
thy and happy."
mo nrbi, uose,"
Fair skin rosy cheeks.
"Ladles, do ton want
ind the sweetest tjrf.itli
to bo strong, health)
md beautiful ? Then
use Hop Bitters."
In Hop Bitters."
"Kidney and Urinary
ompLilnts ot all kinds
"Tho greatest aonetl.1
permanently cured by
r.cr, stomach, blood anil
uver leguutor li o
our stomach, slek
dltors, Hankers nnd!
headicho and duzlness,
lion ImttTS Pllrrs u-lth
tumors, ii.uiKcr anna i lew aoses.
uiuies.neeu nop lulled.
"Tukn Hop Bitters
hreo times a day and
"Hop nitlers has re
stored to sobrletv and
vou win have no doctor
bills to pay."
(health, perfect wrecks
1011 SAI.K I1V
At Private Sale,
A FARM CO.NTAINI.NO ABOUT
1 O 9 A.C RES,
mostly cleared, and whereon ore erected a
LARGE BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
a Frame Hank Barn, Woeon Hied, and other out-bulldlDgs-a
tt ell of soft w ater al tho house and ono
at the barn. 'Ibeio nit-also u large number ot Ap
ple, l'eueh and cherry Trees and a good
IRON-STO.Ni: STONK fJUARRV,
A LOT OP GROUND
at tho corner of Third and Centre streets, being ono
hundred and thlrtv-ttto feet on Uilrd street and two
hundied and fourteen and one-half feel on Centre,
w hereon aro erected a
I-urgc UrlcK Dwelling limine,
w 1th KTE am HrATisa Ai-i-akatcs, nnd In thorough
.v,,U(,, ,iu.iuk u , kii, v.iMt-ru, jeu-nuiise, uooiuig
House and all eonii-nk-nein.
Butll SllUalO ttltblti thn lltnllo nf tl,n Tntm rf
Iiloomsburg, and onered to bo sold on easy uud reu-
JOHN O. FREEZE,
aug. Md, TS-sm
Io Iho matter of tho assignment of Abraham .MUlir
iuu usi iur uiu ot-neui ot ins creditors,
Tho undersigned auditor, appointed by tho Court
...uutiiiun imui vuiuuiuia louiny iu uisirio'lio
tho fund lii tho hands of tho assignee, will meet Iho
parties Interested at tin, onii-i, or tt. k. .thcuhh a-
bon, In Bentlek, on I hursday, October 31, 167s, al lo
uv.vn n ... in,, ,,n-,t mm HUCIU till ptTbUUS lllllrCbU.'U
uiu ,i.-ijure.ivu ui uu itii'bi'Ub H miy imiiK prOIHT.
O. It. BUCKAI.EW,
Hept -J7, '7S-ity Auditor.
C.inio lo tho prmlsM of tho undersigned In Mount
I'leiisint lonuuilp, i-oumbia county ou or about tho
mh dit of HepU-mber, l7s, a red cow with white
b-gs, whlto laeo and while streak oter Iho back,
from o tu 14 years old, long horns turning back over
tho hoad, Tho owner la hereby notliled to proto
property, pay charges and tako the same attuy with.
In sixty days, or sha ts 111 bo disposed of occordtn to
scp. u, W-iw w. p. WHITE.
By tlrtuo ot a wilt if Venditioni Exponas, Issued
out of Iho Court ot Common Picas of Columbia
county, aud to ino iilrected, will bo exposed tu pub.
lie saio or out-c ry, ou
SATURDAY, OCTOIIER 2Gtli, 1878,
at ono o'clock p. in., at tho Court Ho uso lu Blooms
burg, All that certain lot of ground sltuato lu Locust
township, Columbia couuty, Pennsyltanla, liounded
on the north by land ot Ruth Ann Hablo aud hoi.
lAivan, on Iko east by William Ue aud hamuet
ltelnbold, ou tho south by Wesley Brass, on tho west
by publto roud, containing forty acres, on w hlch are
erected a dwelling house, barn aud out-bulldlngs.
All that certain lot of ground situate In Locust
township, couuty and slain aforusald, bounded on
the west by land ot it. Ooi rell, on tho south by Jon
athan Heaver and (leorgo Bcj cr.ou tho cast by John
Kline, on tho horlh by Joseph Beaver, Hr , admlnls.
tratorof WUllam Bteber, doceased, containing ten
Belied, taken Into execution at the suit of Bene
vllle Rhodes against David Tyson and William Ty.
sou and to be sold as tho property of PavldTysou
and WUllam Tyson.
Asiiott IIiiawk, Attorneys.
Terms cosh on day ot sale.
sep. 87, la-la ; bhcrirf.
fflif Ili I CLOTHIER
Invite llio peoplo of Columbia county to nn examination of their
JNTEW iF-A-XiH. STOCK:,
which is now complete in every department.
Wo are showinj; a stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC,
which cannot, bo surpassed in this country.
We name below a few items only out of this immense stock :
FICKNIHI (USIIMKIUiS AM) MKIllNOSi
in all tho imtv slinlcs and In qualities guaranteed
ALL WOOL I'ASHMKItKS COu I ALL WOOL MKRINOS, &0c
VOCIKIAS OASIi. MURKS AND .MKRINOd.
Excellent ijtiulitles, 10 in. tviilu nt(12j, 7f, SO, S7Jc., and SI (10.
IJST BLACK GOODS
wo have Immenso lines of
I! LACK' C.vfSHMERlW AXI) MICRINOES,
numbeiing tln-isin-lsot plcci', whhh it 111 bo dhtrlbuted at very s-n ill a Ivances on Importation cost :
BLAt'Iv CtslItlEltES l'ltott sue. I'l
BLU-K I10CI11.E TWII.LBII MERINOS AT -H.VN'1)
w. run vvmi.
SUM WaIII1 HENRI HI' I' A CI.O-I-, GOUU (J'TAL
ITY, AT OUC.
MEDIUM & LOW-PRICED DRESS TEXTURES.
t'ASIl ALL-WOOL TVRTANS,
ei-er sold ! - ore for lesi Hi la i'.l .
I'art. sit hi I vert- sttllsh,
("ASM U.WIKIS HAIR
''v'ra vilu and nop iltr
oasi. ;.i-i.v. tusiiMi;i:i
Iii -.e'e -'cl eol irl'iss
LOT CLAN I'LAIP-i,
Thi'sti goods aio JT ln,-lis wide.
CASH HRADI-ORI) MOHAIRS,
In nil tho iii-ty sli ides.
T (IV Sil t.' MIVI.'ll
Isew this s-,ison. ntel re illy nuiluSTxc.
UASi-; roui.i-; iiuiuk,
24 liielii-s In u tilth.
CASK FANCY SA TINKKS,
Less tli.in en-t of Inipurmtloi.
1.0 I' CI..VN l'LAIIH,
In all tho mw combinations.
Gonil Illi-nclieil Muslin I'ur
lLnvy (.'ntiiiin l'lanriel lor
Heavy White Wnnl I'luiinel fur
K.xlra Quality Wool Flannel I'ur
Beailel Tit illtil Flannel Iur
Ot-n lUti. (iHnsu IiKi-iiiTtissT believed to bo tho mo thoroughly organized In tho country, git es the
opportunity to tho mo-t ilMniii ciiisiiiiirr to avail or our low prices, which are In every instance .slow as
similar goods can bo sold tu Aine.-k-,i. ifyou cannot tlslt us lu person send for samples ot whateveryou
STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER,
N. W. Cor. Eighth and . arket Sis.
ADMINIjJT R ATO li'S dA L13
OK VAM ABLr;
REAL ESTATE !
Tho uiidTlgticd Adinlnl.-tr.Uor of l'revrvo Con
ner lato ot Benton 'ownMilp, dicuueil, will expose
tosalu on Iho premises Iho full -win-,' described rcu
estato situate In Benton totvnsliI,-, ColitiuU.i coun
Saturday, October l!)th, 1S7S,
at 10 o'clock, a. in. : Bounded ou tho north by lands
ot Deniil&oii Cole, on tho east by Kiiiainul Iiubiieli,
on the south by lands ot Dr. I, v.. l'.itteiBon and on
tho west by lands of bubrlua Mclleiuy and Mnthlas
Tsinaoi- Silk. Ten per cent of tho one-fourth
of the puahaso money lo bo paid at tha sinking
down ot tho property; tho one-fourth less Iho ten
percent, at the continuation of sale ; and Iho re
maining three-fourths In oue tour tbci carter, with
Interest from continuation nisi.
W.J. BUCKAI.KW, Administrator.
Attorney for Estate.
An open wooden truss brldiro H7! leet buitveen
ubulments, lo bo built oter Kateiineek, lu Kishliig
eriek loivnshlp near Mill Water on old abutments
properly rep'ilu-d, will boletatoiir oltuo on .tiu.N
II V. KKfi UMUhltseth, next between ten and two
o clock of said day. Bridge to bo same kind of bridge
us Iho one oter Iho calm! at foil Noble, liloonib
burg. MLAH W. MCHHNRY, )
John Hi:itNi:it, y Coin's.
JOS. r BAN lis, 1
Sept, to Is-Kw Attest i WM. KRILK1I sf.M, Clerk.
ESTATK OP JOHN W, JtkllIUNR,
Lciicrscf Adniliil-iroilon ou tho tMutonf lolm W.
HetsUUne, luto o( t-'laliluycrt-fk iwji,, lulumbUco.,
IVnnsilvutita, (Itrriiwtl, lu.e breii irranit'ii hv iho
Iteylstcr ot mm iuuuij to hv uinlciMyiii'd Aiimtn.
iHtnitorK. All ju-rMins luilti I'luims unuinst
lhe cHialse or Urn lUrt-ik'iit urn hhiu-himI id pretciit
m nt iui mini mi in. I II.UI lir It M I'll' I'S-
tale to inftkti jm) int ut totuu uudi-iblautd AUuilul.
KMt 1I li. HHI-iHilNE.
ltb.M.MIN IIK s,
&uff.). 'tS-U, Ailuiliiiiiiiiorij,
Thomas li, Uaktmin,
Al.BI.KT 1 A
THE RED FRONT,
TMAS, UAN'XKI) ritUT,
Spice: ef.'all kinds, Glass & Quscnwaro,
Foreign and Domostio Fruits,
AND GKNKUAL LINK OF
4th door below Market street, Iiloomsburg, i'a.
tr Goods delivered to all parts or the town
April 21, -ii-tr
LEGAL JJLAKKS OF ALL KINDS
ON 11AM) AT I11K tOLCJIlllAN 01-T1CB
I1L.VCK MANTEL VSjht,
In new and Cholco Styles.
(INK ('ASK SOFTTWILLS. 23c
111 all the latest colorings.
ONE CASK CAMEL'S II VlR HEIGH, 25c
ONE CASE AH.MURES, 23c
Cloth tt etght.
ONE CASE ENUL1SII
This season's new deigns.
ONE LOT ENGLISH NOVELTIES, 20c
In handsome erfects.
ONE CASE CASHMERES, 20c
ONE CASK I'Ol'LINS, ICo
Very low for such quality.
ONE CASE MNE TWILLS, ICo
New In colorings.
ONE CASE LUSTRES, 12Jc
Thesi, are half wool.
ONE CASE AR.MURES. 12c
Cxtra tt 1.1th.
REAL ESTATE !
III pursuanco of an order of tho Court of Common
Pleas of Columbia county, there till! bo exposed to
public salo at Kehrls' Hotel In Numedla, Columbia
county I'a. ou
Saturday, October 5, 1878,
at 10 o'clock, a. m., tho following described valuablo
icol estate, osstgned lo John C. Voeum by Aaron 8.
Untitle, In trust forth benefit of creditors of said
All that certain messuage and tenement and tract
ot land situate la Locust ton nshlp,l'olumbla county,
statu ot pennsj It anla, beginning at tho corner on
tho public road marked by a btouo Koulh clghty-ono
degrees, west ono hundred and eight and nto-tnlhs
perches by lands ot Henry liable, to n post, thenco
by land of tho same south eleten and ono half de
grees, east twenty nnd Ilye-tenths perches to a post,
llienco by land of l'etcr Mowery south clghty-two
and one-halt degrees, west thlrty-threu and eight
tenths perches to a tthlto oak tree, thence by land
ot tho same north cleyen and ono-halt degrees west
twcli-o and life-tenths perch's to a white oak tree,
tlieuco by land ot the same south elghty-one and one
halt degtees tt est sixty- set cn and ono-halt perches
to a chestnut tree, thence by land of tho same north
nlno degiees west fifty perches to a whlto oak tree,
thenco by land ot Daniel Mlno north eighty degrees,
vast elgbty.itvo perches to a post, formerly a black
oak tree, thenco by land of tin samo north nlno de
grees west lit o nnd life-tenths perches to a corner,
thenco by land ot Henry Knappr.otth clghty-ouu de
glees east two hundred and thirty-two perches to a
stone, thenco by land ot Henry Knapp along Bald
public road south nineteen and three-fourths de
grees west tttenty-six and two-tenths perches to a
htone, thence by tho sumo south thirty-one degrees
west thlrty-lhroo and scten-tcnths perches to a
stone, the place of beginning, containing,
JOJ: Acros and 38 Porches
strict measure, -w hereon Is erected a
Good Fnnm Dwelling, Barn
and ot her out-bulldlngs. A wc II of good water near
Ihohbu-e. Tho pi opt rty Is accessible to Catawlssa
uud the coat region markets,
TsiiMsisucoMUTioNsoKSiiE. Ten per cent, of
thooiie-touithotthopiin-lusoiiioney to bo paid at
thu striking down of Ihu propeity. iho one-fourth
less ten per cent, at confirmation of sale, and tho rc-iiialiilngthree-foiirlhsono
jear theu-atler ttllh iu
terest from confirmation ntsl.
Eor further particulars apply to, or address
Assignee ot Aaron S, Knltllo,
or Klysburg, North'd county, I'a.,
Atiys for Assignee,
REAL JSTATE !
The undersigned. ARKlirnf. nf TlnSil d ,n. .... ...Ill
expose at publio salo on luo premises on'
baturiliiy, October 12th, 1878,
ui ieu ociock a. m., tlio following
Tract of Land,
sltuato partly lu Catawlssa and partly in Locust
lott ushlp, Columbia county, Pennsj It anla I Bound
ed by lands ot Johu Kogeley, I'blllp Mauhart, Johu
Ycager and llilam Hughes' estate, containing
17 ACRES AND 14 PERCHES.
tthereonls erected a liooi) BAW HILL,
I'KAMH DWKLLINGj 1IOUSU
aud olher out-bulldlngs,
TKIt.MS Ot' bALK.-Ten per cent of one-fourth of
Iho purchase money to bo paid at the striking
down of the property, the ono-fourth less the ten
percent, at connnnallon ot sslo, and tho remaining
thrco-fourths luone year therealUir wllh lultroai
Iromo outlrmalton utsl. Purchaser lo pay for deed.
W. I. Kvsav, Assignee.
Att'y, lor Estate, scp. jj, i!4.ts
j Oil 1'IUNTINQ '
OF EVERY DESRIPTI0N
At tus Columbian' Office