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II 1, 0 0 31 K 11 1111(1, I'll I DAT. OCT, I, ls;j
Hall Iloml Time Tnlilc.
LACKAWANNA ft ULOOMSIICIK) ItAIL IlOA!)
Accommodation Trstn, c.to A, 51, soua.m.
Mali Train USA.M 4.43 l'.N
Etpross Train t.f.T 1 HI. 11.4? A. M
OATAWISSA HAH, UOAU.
Accommodation Train n.s A. Jt. t,m p.m.
lletfiilir Rxprcss M V. ,M. 11.41 A. M.
Through care on Kxprrammln either lo New York
or I'lilUdelpliln. Accommodation train runs between
Cituwlssii and Wllllainsport,
II. 1'. Vmnultn Is our aiitliorizeil collector
f"oiiit solicitor, lie. I visiting nilitlilmrliift vll-
now, unit e.tllihs: on subscribers who are
in sricars for a year or more. Ills receipt are
Minting on tliu proprietors. Wo liopo our
MeMiiI will be prepared to Rcltlo evlun lie calls.
SuWripllons can lie pilil hero In produce. Our
collector will take cali only, tf
Try AlhYO All Coflia at Conner's.
'!(id the L'tiflnefs loenls this week.
II. C. liiltenbeneler nnd
wife liavu fjono to
l'elcr Iterelie. was in town on Weilnoselay In
terviewing soma of the Greenbick canillel.itcs.
Treasurer McKeynolels and William Krick.
liium, County Clerk were In Harrisburi; on of
flcial business this week.
New windows and fiamss are to be put in
the Lutheran church at this place.
PAY YOUlt TAXKS A FTElt SATUIt.
DAY IT Wllil- HE TOO L.VTK.
Main street in Scott (own has been uiucli im
pruved by raising the middle of the road, and
making a good road bed,
Do no1 fall to examine the fine stock of Haul
ware, Cutlery, Paints, Puinpi, Ac, of J. Schuy
ler & Son, when you attend the fair next emk
Over 600,000 bottles of Dr. Hull's Cough Syr
up arc sold every season, anil thoiisatuls of per
sons saved from an untimely grave.
After this week James lteilly the barber will
reduce the price of h.Mrculling from 20 cents to
15 cents, lie will give you the best cut for the
Iiast money, to be bad in Columbia county.
A. B. Tate editor ol the Star of Hone, of Wil-
-Jiatnspeirt delivered an interesting lecture at the
Gopel Tcmperanco meeting on Tuesday even
ing last in the Lutheran church
Itollins k Holmes will have a fine display of
ranges, sloves, gas and steam filling, tinware,
monuments, mantels he, at the Fair next week.
Stop and sec il.
Tbo Baptist congregation of llloomsburg hav
ing leaed the table on the b'air Grounds will
he prepared to servo wnrfn meals at all hours
during the Fair.
We hope that Mr. L. Ilernhard our popular,
walcb maker and jeweler will exhibit some of
his fine watches at the fair next week. If lie
docs, they will be worth looking at.
Philip V. Weaver, E"(., lias been admitted
to practice in the several Courts of Luzerne
county. Sir. Weaver's many friends in this
section wish him success in his profession.
.Mrs. Pettlt of Philadelphia, sister of Mrs. D.
J, Waller, Sr., died suddenly at her homo on
Tuisday morning last. Mrs. Petlit was the last
surviving sisler of Mrs. Waller, two others hav
ing died within a short period.
WhydoRO many parents think children trail
ble'ome? because they cry; and why do chil
dren cry? becaii'o they suller. Dr. Bull s l!iby
Syrup will relievo at once all pain that Baby
hood is subject to.
The Kescno Hook A Ladder Company pro
pose giving a danco in Kvans' Hall on Thurs
day and Friday evenings during the Fair
All aro invited as no invitations will be is
sued. John Cain, a well known and highly esteem
ed citizen of Stony town died on Sunday morn
ing last. Ho bad been an invalid for some
time. Tbo funtral look place on Tuesday after
noon and was very largely attended.
The notorious Jack Thompson alias Craw,
ford was arrested on Tuesday last by Chief
Sterner for drunkenness nnd fat driving. Af
ter several hours stay in (lie lock up ho was
tiken before President Herring and elischaig
cil. In spito of flannels, coughs and colds will
make a lodgment in the system. Hut they are
nut tenants at will. You can dispossess them
with Hale's Honey of Hurehmmd and Tar in less
time than it takes a sheriff to execute a writ
Sold by all druggists.
Pike's toothache drops cure in 1 minute.
The foun lalion or corner stone of the Baptist
Church now in course of erection at lierivlcli
was laid by Kev. O. M. Sprutt, D. D of Phila
delphia, on the afternoon of Friday, the 27lh
ult. Itevs.T. E. Clapp.of Williamsport, Jamn
Dickson, of Berwick, S. M. Ziegler, of Lewi
burg, and others took part in the services. The
addresses were eloquent, the singing good, the
prayers earnest, the contributions cheerful.
The Great Moral Drama entitled "The Wine
Cup or the Tempter and Tempted" will be pro
duced October 10, 11 nnd 12 at Danville Pa,
for the benefit of the Blue Itielge Temperance
Society of that p'acc. This play is Raid to stir
pass any that lias ever been placed on ihu luge
in this vicinity, requiring over one hundred
ladles and Gentlemen to fill the caste.
Clarence Keller, havlni! been in this office
Mor the past four years, has finished his appren
ticediip, and become a full Hedged "jour." Ho
will remain in this office for a short lime, but
Is ready to accept a position elsewhere. Mr.
Keller is a young man of excellent habits, nnd
Is a first clas workman, Any office securing
his services as a journeyman, job printer or lo'
cal edllor will draw n prize. We regret that
we are not in n situation to retain him here.
A goat has taken possession of an island In
"an l'ranricq Bay at leat the Aocs Letter
says so-and practically isolates it from civill
zation ly butting oil" everybody who attempts
'o land there. Thero is also a family living on
l'i which lias displayed distress signals for
weeks past, and Is supHned to bo starving
to death, but no boat can go to its
8'!lance. On the other hand telescope in-
veal the fact that the only boat on the island Is
ijing on the beach, with its bottom stove in by
'he goat. The matter has betn before tbeSu
IWisors three times, but they have been una
m to decide what to do.
The cost of living Is even less now than Ik
'"re the war, Units are even lower than In
l&Gl, and many articles of dally consumption
rre never n less price. Flour, prior to (he
'Ullton, brought $6.60 a barrel, and is the
""no price to day. Molasses sold at 531 cents.
id now sells at 65. Butter was a trifle under
loe present cmotallon dilleo In 1801 averaged
cents, and is to-day 20 tents, Hams were
; against 101c, at present price. Fuel
ow lower than then, nnd the average for coal
ir 1878 is less than ever, It has touched $3
tr ton, while before the war It averaged $6 60,
(.id In 1825, 1837, ami 1EG5, could not be had
tesa man $iu.
The Democratic Senatorial Conference for
"Is district, composed of Columbia, Lycoming,
Montour and Sullivan counties met at Wil
Hm.poit lal Tuesday lo nominate a candldalo
lor Mate Senator. The conference wis held In
io Coun Ioiho nd was organized by the elec-ionofl-
lMkelcrE-,,., Chairman and O. II.
lleiglmrtl !,,, Secretary. The following Is a
list of conferees.
Columbia-l:. It. lkeler.Gco. E. Elwell.
LMomlng-0. II. Itelglnrd, II. H. Blair.
-Montour-J. It. Phillip,, K0,ett tWi
Hulliv.w-l:. It, Jackson, J. (). Wright.
Noinlnallons being In order, Mr. Phillips
mined Tl.oe. fjlislfint of D.nvlll.ij Mr. Jack
sen named Geo. I). Jackson of Sullivan; Mr,
Elwell named E J, Mctlenry of ColiiinbH, and
Mr IJIalr nannd John Pint of Lycoming.
I'he first six billots UmI two votes u piece for
each of the four cindid.iies, I'm.,! that up to
the 20lh ballot there was a little chai.ge caused
by Monlout and Lycoming voting (or each
other's candidates, Mcllenry and Jackson each
receiving two all the (line. After the 20th bal
lot an adjournment was had until 2 o'clock p,
m. In tlio afternoon the balloting was (ha
same, and the 30lh ballot resulted in two votes
apiece for each of the candidate. At -1J o'
clock there was another adjournment until 7J
In the evening. Geo. K. Elwell being obliged
lo go home, Frank Wolf was substituted.
In iheevcning session ten more ballots were
had without accomplishing anything, and the
conference adjourned until Wednesday morn
ing at 9 o'clock.
Latkst, October 3d Xoon. A dispatch iust
received from Wlllianisnorl states that one
hundred and sixty-six ballots have been had,
and no choice yet.
PAY YOUR TAXES. AFTEH SATUIt.
DAY IT WILL BE TOO LATE.
.The Greenback Conference for this Senatorial
ilUtrict was to have been held at Williamsport
last Tuesday, and delegates were present Irom
all the counties but Columbia, A. C. Smith nnd
his conferees claiming that there was n misun
lerslanding as to the time. It was therefore
postponed tinlil Thursday. We noticed that
two leading Republicans of this town went to
t ll I lam - port on Tuesday. At Danville they
were joined by Captain Lovett and others, and
'it Williamsport were met at the depot by Peter
Herdics mm Friday, "Thode" Hill, nnd all
were taken in Herdic's carriage to the Herdie
House where the Clmenbackers had their bend
juarters. This means simply that the ltepub-
licans are endeavoring to arrange a fusion lick'
et with the Greenbackers on the Semlorsliip,
and Cameron is at the bottom of it, hoping t
secure a vote lo help him back to the United
States Senate, James Herdie a nephew of IV
lei's is the proposed candidate for the fusion
ticket. Whether the arrangement can be ef
fectul or not remains to be seen, but if it is, th
chairman of the Columbia rounty Republican
Committee had better call In bis issue of $1000
reenhacks that ho has been circulating so free
ly, nnd stop making fun of the National party.
The Republicans may have to sleep with Btrange
beil fellows before the cami aign closes. Just
think what a harmonious crowd Smith and Or
vis and the Republican would make workin;
together for the success of a Greenback Repub
lican Senator 1
The 5Stb Annual Session of the Xorthumber
land Baptist Association was hehl last week in
the Bloomsbiirg Baptist Church. Kev. E. C,
I Iouck, Moderator ; Oeorge S. Banger, Clerk.
Thirty-eight churches presented the annual
tatement of their condition. We gather from
these letters that a healthy state prevails, but
that no large increase in membership has been
njoyed. It is also apparent that the financial
listress so general throughout the Slate has not
eft these churches unscathed, Slill the letters
ire hopeful as to the near future.
In the evening of the first day Rev. G. M.
Spratt I). D. preached the Introductory Sermon
lo a crowded house, and was followed by two
iddresses Ihe first by the Rev. Thomas Swalm
D. I)., Secretary of the American Baptist Home
Mission Society, and the second by Rev. L. (1-
Beck, Secretary of the Pennsylvania Baptist
On Thursday morning a business meeting
commenced at 9J o'clock, and during its session
the body listened to an adelress by Rev. A. P.
Bell, I). I)., of Lewlsburg, urging the claims of
the University at that place1. At 11 a. in, Kev.
,T. M. Williams preached tho usual doctrinal
sermon theme, the "Atonement.
In the evening a general meeting devoted lo
religious work was held. It was of deep inter
est. The Ministers of other Denominations
were present, some of whom participated in the
services, em i-riday business 01 a general char
acter was transacted, and the meeting closetl
with a spirited conference and prayer meeting.
It is quite evident that this Denomination is
a live bodv and intend business. For many
years past they have been gaining ground year
ly, and as they possess a fair share ol wealth,
social position, and a Ministry well trained, it
is epiile clear Ihey will he a power in the future
in the four Counties in which they are chielly
located. These Counties are Northumberland,
Lycoming, Union and Columbia, S.
Catawihsa Ri:v(ii,ts Ahainst the Rino,
Post-Master Willils of Calawlssa on account of
increasing age and infirmities, concluded recent
ly to res'gu his responsible imsition. Among
the anxious patriots willing to fill his plate was
Calvin Clark an estimable and competent gen
tleman who was endorseel by the boily of the
Republican party, Ju-l at this point Mr.
Ilicklev, "wich is post-master in Bloom-burg,"
and general manager of the Republican parly
in this Ceitinty, steps in and indicates to Hayes'
ebel General lW-Ma-ler General that Dr. L,
B. Kline should have the coveted position, and
lo nnd behold, Kline got the commission. That
caused a rumpus in Calawlssa, An indignation
meeting win at once called, and, headed by the
Bind, parade'd the streets. Resolutions were
passed denouncing the outrage, and a committee
was appumlcd to see Cameron, Well, by expe
rience we know that Beckley and Cameron carry
their grbts to the same mill. Still we await
A stable belonging to Mr. O. C. Sharpies',
Calawlssa, was destroyed by fire last Monday
bet iveen 12 and 1 o'clock. Had thero been any
wind at the time it is possible that n number of
Iw.dlings would also have burned in spite of
Ihe cfljrts of the citizens lu save adjoining prop'
erties. The little hand engine was on the scene
uml "sipiirled" nobly. With a people like Cat
awissi possesses, steam firo engines are of small
consequence, as every cituen is n whole lire
company within himself. The firo was caused
by a little sou of Mr. Hiarpless who helped
himself to some matches and went Into the sta
ble to play. He says he got cold and built a
little fire with some hay to warm himself by.
The result Is alre'ady known, Xo Insurance,
The Columbia county Fair will be October
9, 10, 11 and 12. The managers have made
the most complete arrangements and have pro
vleled a very liberal premium list. They havo
numerous ussurances that this will bo the most
successful fair ever held In this county. The
Keystone Tournamcntof Danville will give one
of their matchless exhibitions on Thursday and
the programme for Friday and Saturday can
not fail lo please.
M. W, Nuss,
Wantkii, Chickens, potatoes, Hour, oats,
any kind of farmers' produce laken on subscrip
lion at highest market prices, We make Ibis
oiler to take pay in produce for the accommoda
tion of cur subscribers. Wo prefer cosh. tf
WKATIIKIt 11KV1EW FOB SKlTEMDKll.
The following Is tbo meteoroloelcal mmmur
at Calawlssa for the month of SeptcmUr, 1878 J
complied from observations by W. (1. Ycttcr.
ilaromelio pressure Illohest readlnir on the
2Slh, 30.50 Inches; lowest reading on the 13lh,
29.5S Indies; monthly mean 30.lt Inches;
monthly range 0.02 of an Inch.
Tempernturo of tbo air Highest reading on
the 18th, 85 degrees; lowest reading on the
23th, 39 degrees; monthly mean or average for
the month C degrees ; monthly range 40 de
greets; greatest dally range on the 18lh ami
23d, 20 degree's ; least daily range on the 6lh,
Moisture Mean relative liiimblily 77 per
cent ; nuiuber of davs on which rain fell 11;
amount of rii'n fall .100 inches.
Wind The prevailing wing was from the
south we st and the highest hourly velocity dur
ing I he month was 30 miles from ll i c southeast
on I lie I3th Inst,
Miscellaneous Phenomena Thunder storms
occurred on the 3d, 4th and 5lh J frost on the
23d, 27th and 2Slh the former being the first of
the scaon in this vicinity.
PAY YOUIi TAXES. AITEB SATUIt
DAY IT WILL BE TOO LATE.
TUB TltAlin llOIXAUM.
The trade dollsrs evblch weigh 420 grains
now pas for only ninety tents in most parts of
our country. The legal tender dollars, however
which weigh only U2i grains, pass for their
lull face value. The trade dollars were coined
by the Government, In pursuance of nil act of
Congress, which made them legal tender "for
any amount not exceeding fie dollars In any one
payment," As the law made the silver dollars
containing lli'J grains a legal tender for an
unlimited amount, the money speculators have
combined to depreciate the valuo of the trade
dollars, and they have succeeded in reducin
them to rinety cents. Even postmasters anil
other government olhcials refuse to receive
them nt par. The government having coined
the trade dollars, and made them a legal tend
er for a limited amount, it certainly seems a
little queer to see its officials refusing to take
them for their fsco value. It is to be hoped
that when congress meets these trado dollars
will be made a full legal tender (lie same as
the 412 grains dotlar. Monitor,
THE CAT MKN'S CONVENTION.
We can see senile pleasure-, if no reason, in
the convening of a beby show, but we confess
wt could never see the slightest cause, reason
able or otherwise, for a fat men s convention,
unless it be the fact that misry loves com
pany. For fifty or a hundred men, whose sev
eral weights range from two hundred to three
hundred pounds, to hold a e-ouvenliou simply
because ol mi ininli surplus avoirdupois, is al.
surd to say the le.i-t. It beeoui--s dniihW so
when we relict lint eiliesily is a diseas
nai wouni we Hunk ol as many persons emu
eiated tiy consumption holding a convcnli'jri to
comp ire their relative weights. There is but
one groin il upon which we would advocate an
other fat men's convention, and that is that they
will meet to discuss the merits of Allan's Anti
rat, the only known remedy for obesity. It is
safe and reliable. Sold by druggists.
John McAnall Esq., of Berwick died sudden
ly on Saturday morning last of Pulmonary Ap
oplexy, in the sixty third year of his age. He
nwoke in the morning in his usual health, but
was seized with violent coughing, before leav
ing his bed. He arose soon after, and evhile at
breakf.i-t the coughing returnid nnd a blood
vessel was rupture-d, cau-ing iiMant death. Mr.
McAnall was a prominent citizen of Berwiek,
and enjoyed ihu respect of all who knew him
He had been jusiico eif ihe p lace since 18C4,inil
was Burgess of the town nt the time of bis
The Iron Building and Loan Association of
Bloomsbiirg P.I., will 1 barge full value for all
new slnies of sloe-k i-.siiid by them after their
next regular meeting S iturd.iy October 19, 1S78
In (his association withdrawing stockholders aro
entitled to receive after the tlo-e of the lir-t
year the amount actually paid in on Ihe stock
together with ten per cent, per annum of the
net profits for each year the association 111 ly
ave been in operation after the first year fit
time of such withdrawal.
E. R. Drinker, President; J. J. B.-ower
Treasurer; and Paul E. Wirl, Secretary,
New York city is agitating the subject of a
grand world's fair as a centennial celebration of
the inauguration of Washington, the first Pre si-
lent, to be held in 18S9. As our centennial
was so fruitful with good ivsiills lo our manii
factoring industries, ue- having since exported
goods to parts of the world in evbii li our prod
ucts h el e hitherto iiiikioun, we say, by .ill
means let us have I'liolher lug lair.
La lies, you cannot make fair skin, rose-
cheeks mid spjiUling eyes with all ihe cosmef
ics of Frtiiii'e, or beuutltii rs of (ho world, while
in poor health, and nothing will give you such
gocnl health, strength and beauty as Hop Bit
ters. A trial is certain proof. Sje another
1 had a severe attack of e hills and frver. 1
tried quinine, arsenic, and every remedy that 1
could hear of.
(7i7m' PdU and Linimeid made a complete
cure of me, Mr. Bu'Kwlut, Demist,
22 E.IS'. Fiirlr-liirl street
ANOTItElt (llt.VM) VIUTOItV.
The While Sewing Machine wis awarded ihu
diploma for (he best sewing maihiiie at the
Riiiglo-vn fair September 20, 1S7S, over the
Singer and Weed, Call and examine the While
before purchasing. J. Sillier, general agent ;
olliee at J. K, Eyers store-, Main siruet Blooms
Sept 27, '7S 2w.
Wiiei'e 'fin (Ires un t'uuuil.
Tin is 0110 of tho earliest metals known,
which is etmtiary to what, not many years
nco, was tho general opinion ol'scicnliiii! men.
Tno rcscaiches, however, which within tho
last twenty years, have been instituted with
regard to tho earliost traces inhabiting Ku
rope, havo conclusively shown that weapons
and implements of bronze (in alloy of tin ami
coppe'rj were probably tho metallic aiticles
earliest in use, after tho?oconipood of copper
alone, and before tho introduction of iron. In
tho curious 'Mako dwellings" discovered in
.Switzerland, not only bronzo implements, but
bars of pure tin havo been di-covei cd. Tlio
propoittou nf tin varies from four to twenty
per cent, about twenty per cent being the
most common, Tho principal present sources
of tin arc,lir.stCornw.i!!,wlicte it is now almost
exclusively procured fiom tho mines instead
of wahiiig, or ''stream work ;" second. Saxo
ny or Bohemia in small quantities, and exclu
sively from mines ; thinl, Banca and other
islands of tlio Malay Archipelago, the Malay
peninsula, as well as paits of ll.ndostau nnd
llurmali ; all the productions from theso
now furnishing the greater part of the tin com
mcrco known generally us "Straits tin," being
derived from stream works: fourth. Now
South Wales, Queensland, and other parts of
Australia, together with Tasmania, Spain, Ho
livia and .Mexico, also furnish (or havo lately
done to) wtno petition of tlio commerce. Green
laud, Japan, 1'inlatiJ, Siberia, Ice lain, nnd
Mudogascar and bouia other localities have also
yielded tiu in greater or less quantities.
SELLERS' LIVER PILLSi
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T blcS euUMllvil iBfl40ult mark AoJr.aa 1
F Tbaj L,iaTedfeui,Jrd,tliullimlB4scUieat.llla. I
' Tboa Adam. Blx SauJr. kauiuekf. Srlaa lid. a
rSol. Suld brail Pruial.uand eauulrjr Stars Kaau,a,l
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DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COUNTY,
Tho Telegraph auil other KepuMican news
papers nro laboring very liarel to pcrsuado tho
ex-Republicans who liavo joined tho Grew
backers to return to tho Hopublican party.
Democrats who Imvogono into tho Greenback
organization should keen an eyo on tlio move
ments of Republican polilicans who tiro less to
bo Grconbackcrs. Tho tiurposo of tlio latter
l.s lo leavo tho Orcnback organization nt tho
last moment ami to taka a tunny cx-Ilopuli-licnin
back to their old parly as possible, Tho
-";"" MiMiiiuiiKij e.-Aio-uM ems uesigei on
tlio part of tho Hcimblican emissaries in the
Greenback camp, lct no Democrat permit
iiimseii in mi cuc.itcii ny sucu tricKcry.-r-rhbnrg
1110 warning does not como n day loo early.
Tho ftunvcnicnts offlio leading Orecbackcrs
nil show that il is (ho Democratic; party tlioy
lestro most tn mime, and they tnnynrore it in
tho last moment by a bargain with iliu Itcpul-lican-
There is only one saf placo for all who
want a icturu to economical govcrment and
better times, and that is tho Democratic party.
"It Is a mistake," says Ex-Governor Sey
mour, of New York, "to siipposo that our
bonds aro mostly held by capitalists. Largo
sums belonging to children nnd widows, un
ler tho order of Courts or tho action of
trustees, havo been invested In Government
bonds. The vast amounts held by firo nnd
lifo Insurance companies nnd savings banks
arc in fnnt held in trust for and aro the re-
Banco of tbo great body of nctive business
or laboring men or women. Tlio wholo
amount held in thostatoof Xew Y'ork, In
tho various forms of trust, will not tall be
low $200,000,000. If we look Into other
States we shall eeo that only n small sharo
of these bonds aio held by men known
as capitalists, but they belong in fact,
if not in form, to tlio business men, the. ac
tivo and tho laboring classes of society. Tho
destruction of these securities would make a
wide-spread ruin and distess, which would
reach into every workshop and every district
A Dublin critic reviews 11 book, and then
says in n postscript : "'Passages that I con
sider to be unsuitable for tho perusal of little
boys nnd girls aro to bo found in pages CI,
03, 04, 133, 1 17, 143, 151, ICC, 221, 223. 212,
213,314,313." Littlo boys and girls will
thus bo saved much trouble.
UII1IT)A T.1";. "! Kidney
U IV H feSB compound , It lias been
B H 0 tefurotliopabllciioyeam
ana useei tr an claaaes.
htUS&TOli from tinrrcrlno'
dlHc&Bo and death hun
dreds ho lima been ,
BlVen tin hV .htafflana 1
to die. 1
itV-Wfl llRMEl! uren i nil 1)1- I
tho Kidney ! ltjAddrr, and Urinary
lropav, Gravil, DUbrtcp.
appetUet braces Hp the Bytem, and renewed health
a ChftrcBalt., IllNT'H'llK.'ilEliV cure 1-aln
ioiuriiiiicH or i.iiuii, upnrrui ur mi
Jlritann. lllJ.NT'fH UKMEIHV In purely Tcge
PMl'llc. and the utmnt .reliance may do placed In It.
ritlHIY for Ihn
bote fliaeatei and
h a uorer boon
k la prepared HX
Knnnn id tail
One trial will con-
bend 'tor pamphlet to
WM. V. CLATIKP.
i)EHNIN(lElt-KlEFTEIt.-.n Denton township on
tlee aotli lust , by Hev. II. S. Mcnelenliall, Mr. Samuel
V. llernlnfrer ot Kohrstmri; to Miss Itetiecca KleTer
MllOtnt. In Flshlogcrcek on the If.itli lust., Mr
Peter Jjeuour, iibccI 81 scars, a months and 10 eljys.
Wheat per bushel . jo
Itie ' 5,
Corn, new, " mi
oats, ' " u
Hour ner barrel c .nil
Orlcet Apples n
Miles &bboulelcrs 1,
Lard per pound es
iiiey H.r eem B.eiei
Timothy been 2.eai
t;euiAiiu.s iuk coal.
No. 4 on Whart i 3,im per Ton
NO. 5 " " t li.75
No. c " " t i.is) "
Utacksmlth's Lutup on Whart t 3,iO "
" imumlnons ' t4 vi
A ItCMAItkAIILC UESULT.
It makesi no difference how many Physicians,
or bow much medicine you have tried, it is
now an eetabllshed fact that German Syrup is
the only remedy which has given complete sat
isficlion in severe cases of Lung Diseases. It
is true there are yet thousands of persons who
are prtelisposed to Throat and Lung Affections
Consumption, Hemorrhages, Asthma, Severe
Coltls se-ltletl on the llreast, Pneumonia,Wboop.
Ins Cough, Ac, who have no personal knowl
eelge of Hose hee's Oerman Syrup. To such eve
woultl say that 50,000 dozen were snlel last year
without one complaint. Consumptives try just
one bottle, llegular site 75 cents. Sold by al
Urugeists in America.
Sept. 0 tf.
IN THE WHOLE IIISTOHV op medicine,
No prcpara' ion has ever performed such mar
vellous cures, or maintained so wido n reputa
tion, ns Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which is rec
ognized us the world's remedy fur all diseases
of the tin out nud lungs. Its loig continued
scrim of wonderful cures in all climates bus
made) it iiuiecrsally known as a safe ami relia
ble agent to employ. Against onliuaiy colds,
which aro the forerunners of more serious dis
finlers, it acts speedily and surely, always re-lie-eing
hull'eritig, ami often saving life. The
protection it nU'emls, by its timely use ir. the
throat nud lung disorders of chihircn, make it
an invaluable reineily to be kept nlwnvs on
band in e'very home. No pe rson can nll'ord to
Tjo without it, uml those who havo onco used it
ne-ver eeill. I'rtuu their knowledge of its com
nosition and cllccts, Physicians use the Cherry
Pert oral exlensieely in their practice, and
Clergymen recommend it. It is absolutely cer
tain in its remedial effects, and will ftlivnjs
curt) v, hero cures are possible.
I'ou Sai.k hv all Dkalkhs.
jl no 1.
A 7Wje JMar will still buy n elollar's
worth of Clothing at I), Lowenberg's.
Parties wanting to get clear ot 7'raie; Dol
lars can get full valuu in clothing for them
ut I), Lowenberg's.
WI.3TWAHD HO f WKSTWAISD II O
I'arties going West will find it to their
advantage to purchase their outfits of cloth
ing, trunks, bags and satchels cheaper than
ever ut 1). Lowenberg's.
Kail styles of Worsted Coating-English
Suitings just received at I). Lowenberg's.
Tho latest Novelty In Hats. Call and
see Tin: Uumian Hat just received at 1),
KALI. HATS just received for
lioys and Children at Lowenberg's'
l'oekct books in largo variety at Clark's
Tlio disylay of Jewelry, Silverwaro Watch
es Clocks etc., at 1', S, Itatos' is said by nil to
bo the choicest lo bo seen in Hloomsbuig.He
pairing isdono by him in tlio best luuuneraud
ut tho lowest possible rates.
Catton Flannel 7
cents to 18 cents at I,
The placo to get ojslers raw, stewed and
fried is ut Oilmoto's. Visitors to. the Fair
will find a nice room for ladies, where they
can git a meal at small cost, and done up
in any style. No one knows better than
CJ II more how to serve the public iu his line.
Dou't forget the place, Main street, oppo
site 1), Lowenberg's.
Clark k Wolf haves now tlnlr ilnff full
find wlntet stock in store at prices lo meet
Don't fall to call at I. W. llarman's lor
cheap gooas during tho Fair.
''ni,'s '"tnWnation Specks' aro lliebcstnnd
can bo had at Clark's Book Store).
Try our il.Ildg'lnvc's'tTiebesrin town, at
Clark & Wolfs.
If you havo any tiling in tho shapo of Jew
elry, Silvenvnte. t Clocks nr Watches that
needs repairing, bring it alone when you como
en eno 1110 fair next week imei get it repaired
by P. S. Rale's, whodocssuch wotk at tlio low
est rat';s, and insures it to give satUfactiou,
Trade dollars taken
V. C. McKlimcy's.
for 100 cents nt
Clark it Wolf, havo tou many goods to
mention, Everybody Is invited to call to
see ami buy,
Lulz k Sloan have the largest and clicaprtt
assortment ol Bliawis ever opened in liloouia
A big lino of Ladles', Gents, nnd Misses
Hosiery anil underwear at Clark & Woll s,
25 pieces Flannel 12J cents to 50 cents at
1. YV. Jlartinan 9.
stock of ladles' Shoes at Clark fc
Wall paper and Window Shades at G. A.
Uark s. Prices rcduccel.
Try "Abovo All" ColTeo at Conner's.
Corsets In all tho leading styles and prices
at uiarK ev woll's.
l'cns, l'apcr, Ink, Slates, Pencils, and every
thing needed by School children at Clark s
A largo line ol shawls, and skirts at prices
10 meet any, at uiark eY Woll's.
Groceries of all
kinds will be fouud at
Waterproofs readvmaele nud water nroof
cloltis very clieap at (Jiurk ex Wolt s.
Tho larccst stock of Pocket Hooks in tho
County at Clark s Hook fctore.
Special bargains in Matalasso coatings.
Heaver cloths, Caihuieres etc., at Clark
V. S.Iiatcs makes a Specialty of repairing
Watches, Uocks Jewelry, silverware, or any
thing ebu In his Hue ot business. Ho alway
insures a first class job, and is prompt with
A large line of Ladies' ready-made Coats
cheaper than ever al ejlark ec w oils.
A new lot of Teas just received at Con
ner's to be sold cheap.
A largo line of fancy .epbyrs,sbetlaud wool,
Saxony wool, etc., al bottom prices ui Clark
Tho Flench Crjstal Speck for two dollars.
The best Auieiican f'peck lor one dollar, the
Cheapest speck only twenty live cents all, for
sale at Clark's
Clark et Wolf are selling black and col
ored Trimming Silks very cheap.
Lulz efc Sloan havo ordered mora Dress
Goods, Trimming Silks and other Goodi, to
como iu tho last of this week.
Speck's tor 25 cents at Clark's.
Try our 50 cent syrup, tho best in town,
half sugar, no acid, at Clark it Wolf's,
School Hags and Straps, the cheapest made
to bo had at Clark's liook Store.
'The best Cheeso always on hand at Con
ner's. A store roemi HO feet deep chuck full of
goods nt Clark & Woll's, To see is to buy.
' A very largo assortment ofScrap Pictures
at Clark's liook Store.
Lulz et Sloan aie selling nil colors of Left
quality of Gennatitowii Wool for Scculspcr.
All tbo late'st'iinvelties iu Dresi Goods aro
obc bud nt Clark et Wolfs.
If you don't see what you want at Con
ner's please usk for it.
A full line of tbo famous llergmann zephyr8,
canvass splints, mottoes, slipper, sofa anu
chair patterns at Clark it Wolf's.
for Kerns and Autumn leaves at
Clark et Wolf are selling a good 10 inch
brown Cashmere, all wool at SO cents ptr
You can pet J. k 1'. Coats lic-t Spool Co!
toti ut Lulz e.V Sloan's for 5 cents a Spool.
A Quarter team of good noto paper for
thirty five cents at Clark V IKiok Stoic.
Kid Gloves, Ties, Hows, Scarfs, Xetts,
barbs, laces, Kuchings, Collars and culfsin
endless variety at low prices at Clark et
Good Japan Tea at 30 cents per pound at
All wool lilack Cashmere 3(3 inches evide
only 4S cents per yard at Clark et Wolf's.
Wheu you cmne to the Riir eh not neglect to
stop at Caeliuan's and tec tho bargains in
t lmtubcr Suits and all other kinds of Fur
niture. DOMSIN'S IlLECTIUC SOAP.
Haviug obtained the agency of this
for llloonisburg and vicinity, I append the
opinion of some of our best'peoplo as to ils
"I have ut.ed Dobbin's Electric Soap made
by I. L. Cragiu it Co., Philadelphia, I'ii,,
lor washing about ten years, anil think' it
superior to any other. Mrs. C. G. Ilarkley."
"We have used Dobbin's KlectrieSnap and
find it superior to uuy other or all others.
Ji, rs, W, 11. Jaeesby,
Mrs. 11.11. Stobner.
I elesiro all my friends and customers to
eiiee this Soap one Trial,
kit that they may know just how good the
ileal soap in tlio uutleel states Is.
J. H. Maize,
jtily ll!, 78-ly llloomsburg, Pa.
PlanneN, blankets, prints, muslins, ging
hams, tiekinir, shirtings, etc., just received
at Clark .V Wolfs.
Hoots and Shoe3 cheap at McKinney's.
Crampton's Palm Soap is tho best laun
dry soap in thlsor any other market. For
nalo by Jacob II. Maize. mav 18-3ev
McKinneys fcboo Store" below Ctiurt
Palm Palm Palm Soap
At Jacob 11. .Maize's at Jacob 11, Maizo's.
may 3-1 Sw
A new lot of those famous Kighniie shirts
at Clark et Wolf's.
Itubbers at McKinney's.
Crampton Itrolher's Palm soap at Jacob
II. Maize's. It is the best. Try il.
Clark et Woll, are elling the best Ger
mautowii wools made In this country. Noth
ing made to eiptal them.
Admission free afMckhiney'sT"
A largo lino of silk and elienlllo fringes
just received ut Clark et Woll's,
Call at McKlnuey's for Shoes.
Talbo linens, towels, nankins, dovles A-o
just received at bottom prices at Clark
Hoot headquarters at McKluney's.
llig bargains in Canton Flauuels, Ul,link
els, etc., at Clark et Wolfs.
1 A Lmh
is-. "v:tWm tfmSBmtv ivKTiiKAiHii rii.M i & naMiiBi fa
C- 3rr sftso--;
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BLOOM SB URG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NORMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rev. D. J. WALLER, Jr., A. M., Principal.
Tllt; SCHOOL, as at present constituted, orcrs Iho very hest faculties for Professional and Classical lcarnlntr.
".'"'u,"l"AlJac'ou3' 1UB ana coininouious ! comptca'iy Heated oy steam, w ell ventilated. IlKhted by iras.
isie-uuon ne mniui, an.i ciy oi access. i eweuere otncncncca, cmclent, and allvo to their work. Discipline, firm but kind, uniform and thoroueli
m n "'gjlf r.le",lct'!"1t0 all expectlns lo teach, btuacuts admitted al any time, lloolas rcscr ed vvlicn eleslrca. lnorouKu
I. Moelel School. II. Preparatory. III. Elementary. IV, Classical.
Adjunct Courses : I Acaelemic. II. Commercial. III. Course in .Music. IV. Course In Art.
Tlic Momentary Sclyntlllc nnd flalcal roursos
I LV.V, e." V,l-J11"" "J iiinaii; s nigral,
td thSir M e is niSFSSnn 2 Tn u ,S,t rim, '1
cent and unicle'
itnei ine-ir e.eienes. as stueie-nis,
To all such It promises
Calnloijuc. ailelri's. tho I'rtnclpal.
IKIN. WII.I.IA.U i:i,Vl!l,l
cp. s, -,et.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE
REAL ESTATE !
TurHuant to an order of tho cmitt ot Common
Pleas ot colli mbl-i county will bo sold on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOIJEU 1G( 1S78,
at 10 o'clock a. m by M, (J. Iluffhe asslrnco In trut
for tlio hencilt of tho creditors of lille lirothers
(Amos ItlltMind Mloner Illlc),tbo following described
real estate, sltuato In the town of Caiawlasa, on
houthnreot, tMjondcd as follows: on the east by
hinds of .John (iliror, went by lands ot Mrs. II. Clark,
on the north by lands or Dr. -I. Kubblns, and on tho
bouth by .south htreet, whereon Is erected a
KUAMK DWELLING HOUSE.
Tho Raid property Is located In i ery desirable
part ot catawls:i, thu house lslartro andcomentent,
i'heruurea clniern aud other conveniences on the
lot, tnirtthpr with all necessary outbuildings. The
TKIC.MS OV HAI.K. Ten ner cent, of one-fourth of
the purchase money to bo paid at the (striking down
of the proiN-rty: tho one-fourth less tho ten percent
at the coiiilrmatlon of Bale, and the rematnlnpthree
rourthsln una jcur thereafter, with lnterebt from
M. o. liniUKS
AnnoTr & Huawn, Asslffuecof llllo l.ros,
Altornej h. bept w, H-ts
RF.AT, RSTATR. !
Tlio undcrslffned, oppolntea Assignee for the ben-
cnt or tbo cmlltora ot 'ia, 8chu ler, w 111 sell at pub-
He saIc on the premises, on
Saturday, October 19th, 1878,
at 10 o'clock n. m., all that certain
LOT OF GROUND
situate In the town ot OrangevlUe, county of Co!um
bla, nnd htato ot rcnnsyIvanla,bounded on the north
by lot of Low and Savage, south by I). K. Moan, on
the east by Mil I strict, anil on the west by David
Herring, containing one-fourth of nn acre, more or
less, vrhe'reon Is erected a teeo story
FUAMK DWELLING HOUSE,
and other out-bultellngs. There Is an excellent well
of water on the premises convenient to tho Kitchen
TEl'.MS OK SALE. Twcnty-flvo per cent, to be
paid st the striking itonn of property; twenty-llio
percent. January 1st, IST0, and tho balance April
1st, 1679, when eleed nlll be delivered nnd possess
Ion wllllsi gl-en.
W. II. SMITH,
Asslo-nco of Wm. bchujler.
Sept, so, '7S-ts.
WM. DAVIS, Proprietor.
Vlss. M, Perrlcksnn, Notion anel Fancy ttore,
llloomsburg, A gent.
AM. KINIW OP (1ENTS (lAKVtKSTS CLKANEI)
I)Vi;i) A Nil lMtKShKIl WITHOUT Itll'I'INU AND
MAIIE TO LOOK ALMOST UejL'AL TO N13W.
LADIES SHAWLS, CLOAKS, D.1ESS2S, SILKS
OS IlIEBONS OLBANSED OS DYED AND
FIHISIIED IN THE BEST MANNE 1.
kiii (ii.ovin cr.i:.N-i:ii.
Teathers Dyed nnd Curlcel In a sp'cnellel manner,
ivclal attei.tlen to wholesale! goods.
Price induced to suit tho times.
Sept. 20, '.s-'.'m.
in nnr ac.-hnt-.
WANTi:ti. only thuse
lyit'tiu ho i
me'ieii liiKlneeSs and desire 10
iiiaku from s2 to Ml,", ner el.iy need apply. Se-nd 1
cent sUiinp for particulars
ItHV. r. T. HICK,
Milton, Isurlliuuibe'rIaiiJ Co., l'a,
asic roit tiu:
,T. E. DAYTON & CO.
15. All gooils of their make
are stiinipetl on the bottom.
Sept. 2.), 'TS-Sin
TUB Git BAT BNGLIrfH KBMBBY 1
OKAY'S SPE0JFI0 MEDICINE
TRADE MAR Is especially recom-TRADE mark.
Iili'liueu ie.s ten minimus-
euro fur sem
tenej, unit allellv-ii-
be'S, SIICll US 1.0S-, of
lassitude, 1'ielu m
tlx, 1!.,, L- 111, till, s.s
u oturc old Age, lend alter lakinr.
many other diseases thatlcad to fnsanlty.coiismiip.
ltouieiielR I'leinnturo eiraee, all nt ee lile'ii as a rule!
urn Hrsteausi'il bj ileelatlng frum tin' inilinf imtuie
leillieiVeT llliOllft'iaV. I HI" Jsi-viiif umieiiir it tier
ri'siiltor a liremiudy ami many J ears ot eiivrlenee
Ir, lr,..tllm. Ihok., .1. f?lll fltseaM-S.
full n irllcul.irK In our pauiphle-ts.w inch e de-slro
tOK-nei tree by niainoeierj unr.
n't i, wrciM,. ii ,11, ln is su Ul hv al Ilrileelsts nt fl
per pui'kige, or slv purkiu-es Ie.r fi, or eviil K' sent
by malt on rercipt oi me iiionvy ny ueuiie'Njiug
No. in, Mechanic's lllock, 1'i'irell, Mleli,
Snlel lii liloeinsburg 1 V. A. hlelte.und tj all
Hauls a Keelrg, liolesale Agents, 1'lltsburg
bept. c, 'is If
Important to Lawyers,
JustlevHOf Hie IVace, Consiubles, llM'CUtors. Ad
mlnlslratoi'rj, liuaidlan, 'lownshlponieers, unel bus!
wss men generally.
We liae on hand a large assortment of le'gul
bunksfur the use nf iter nejs, Jiisiice'Sflnitriin
Ktable'8 blanks uf all kinds, Note and Kccctpl bjuks
lur Auiiuuitiriue.rs xv.
TTOHNE . 's'llLANKS.
Precipe for Summons.
" ' H. f-'a.
" " ltulo lo toko Depositions.
" choose! Aibllrutors.
1 cents apiece, er II.J4 per hundred.
i'etltlon for Appointment of (luardtan.
" ' iflallnn
Ituluto take Deivisltlons.
Nurr tu De'bt. wllli Cuufesslon,
4 cents each or 13.50 per hundreel.
I'etltlon for sale uf Ileal kstalo s eents each.
Subpa-nas, Summons, Warrants, Kxecuilons,&Ofo
25 ciiia each.
.eases 6 cents each
limn He'i'fls lei
Pareliniiiit Deeds 16
Agi'ieuuiils ... s 11
orphan's I'ueii t Sales vej lor 11 (si
t'eiiisttible s salens , , . 8 cenu eaeli
MoiiguKe and llond IS " M
All kfiielsot Nolen 1 " '
lleevlpts. Notes, seliesjl orders, 1'oor Oiders, Store
orde rs, neatly tumid, constantly on hand, or made
to order on fcfioi I nutlce.
Weaio picpare-dlo doneater ubeorkthananj
other oiucolulhls county.
HIIOI'KWV Kl 111,
Kdllors nnd l'ropi letors
, Of Uiel'OU'alBUN.
I.AISK NOTKB.willi orwielicusimpuo.
to'uvlo at the 0)ioiu eitiou.
aro IMtOFHssiONAL, anl HtudenU iraluatnir tbr-reln. rocelvn Slato Dlntomas conferrino the followln
and Hi"' ;ii'iitlllc ant Classical courses are not Inferior to Ihosu ot our best Collescs.
n- 11 N ono ot 1110 Pr,m" M1 ot "ll9 Scl,uo1 1" help to secure-It. b
'i eH,,1JCIU, y?"n Sooel abilities nnd K.el ptirpose-s.-lheii, who desire tu
aid la developing their powers, and abundant oppurtunltles for well paid labor alter leae IngSchool. For
The underelgneil AelmlnlstMtor ot Jijlin lle.lstil.ne,
late ot Ile'iitun toeenslilp.ile'ccassd, vUlp.ipose to
public sale on llm pieiuNes on
SATL'ltDAY, OCTOHEK 5th, IS78,
at ten oc'lexk, a. m..the following l.tiT (if tlKOUNl)
In Ilenton town'hlpbounejeil on the) norlli by lands
ot Joseph Asn, fainucl Yost anel lian.el eiiultv n tho
cast by land! of William Ipher.on tho south by luufl3
ot Jonas uoty, Illrnni Depcsi and John Karns, on tho
west by lanels ot missel hhultz, conUeliilrig
Ono IluiKlrciI ami Vo- r Acrcx
more or less, on lilch Is i rected a
FUAMK IIOUSK, IIAHN 1
anil other out-bulldlngs. Soldlsubject to tho paj mer.t
annually or the) Interest ot the dower to the wl In v
ot John Ue'lshllne and at her death to tho pajinent
to thee hetrs.
Tbkms of Sai.k. Ten per cent ot one-fourth of
tho purchase money to be- paid at tho striking eln i
ot the property, tho one-fourth less the ten per ee'lit
at contlrmatlon ot sale nnil the- remaining three
fourths In one e.er thereafter with Interest from
.i m. r.KisittiN'i:,
W.J lllCKAl.r.ev, A'lialiiUtralor,
Atfy. i.ji- IMatu. K-i.t. 13, 'IS-ts.
I, JOHN W. IIOITMAN, High ShcrltT of To
lumbli eouuty, elo hereby make know u and proclaim
to tho tiuallUcd ele-ctors of Culumbla county that a
general election Mill bee held on TUESDAY, THE
FlfTH OI' NOVGMHKIt, 137S (being tho Tile's
day neu following tho llrst MuaJay ot said month
at tho seecral districts eelthln tho county, to wtti
Beaier tonnshlp, nt tin' public houso ot Josei' h
lienton township, at the public nouse of lllram
Hess, In the town ot llcntoii.
Kast lUieO'n, at the Court House, In llloomsburg.
West lllooin, at Ihe Court House, In llloomsburg.
Horough of llcrnlck, nt tho storn ot John McAnall,
In tho borougu of item lck.
Horough ot centralla, ut tiu public house of Wil
Hrlarcrcefc township, at the public school houso
Catawlssa ton nshlp, at the public house of Samue
Koslenbaudcr, In the town of calawlssa.
Centre township, at tho school house near Latay
North Conynghain District, at tho school house
near tho colliery of John Anderson A: Co.
South Couynghain District, at the house of John
Hshlngcreek township, at the school houso near
C. 11. White's.
Franklin tnee nshlp, at the Lnwrcnco school houso.
dre-emeooel toeenshlp, at the house of Joseph H.
Hemlock township, at the public houso of Chas. H.
Dletterlch, In the town ot Iiuck Horn.
Jackson township, at the houso of Ezeklel Cols.
Locust township, at tho public houso of Daniel
Kehres, In Nuir.e-lt.i.
MlBiln tuwnslilp, at the public houso ot Aaron
Hess, In the fovea of Mlflllnrtlle,
at the public school house In
Mt. 1'leas.mt township, nt the house of It
Montour township, at tho public house of ltcubea '
ltaucli, tit lluisTt.
Main township, at the" public house ot Jeremiah E
roarlngcrcek township, at tho house) of John II. i
oran' toeeushtp, nt the public houso or ll. ej,
Conner In oraugee tile.
line! township, at tho Centro school House, lately
IKeel by a veite' tt tho clllens of said township.
Sugarlo.it tu nshlp, nt the house of Allans Cole.
seolt township, ut the public house ol Win. I'cttlt
At eehlcli time unit plaevs the qualified electors
ee 111 elect by ballot tho following btateand County
one ikTsiui for novcrnor ot Pennsylvania.
Ono lersou tor Lieutenant Uoecruor of fciinsyl
vanla. One js'rson for Supre'nie Judge ot I'ennsjkanla.
Ono pi'ison for becie'tary of Internal Affairs of
t)uo ne-rsou tor Member ot Congress tcr tho Elee
Ono person for State senator.
Teeo iH-rons for Kepreseiit.itUes.
One persem for Prolhoiiotory and Clerk ot tho
Courts ot Columbia count).
ono person for itcglstt-rund ltccordcr ot Columbia
oneiHTson for Treasurer of Columbia county.
Tlirco peisons fur ComiaUsloners of Columbia
Iliiec persons furiMunty Aulltirs.
lllsfuilherdlres-tedthat the eihction polls of the
soe'craleltstrlcis bliall bo ojiened at seven o'clock In
the forenoon, and shall coiiltnus oiwn Ithout Int er
ruptlon or ndjuurnment until seeeno'eloe'k In tho
c elilug ee hen I lie ikjIIs 111 be elosi'd.
NtiTlt'B IS IlKllKllY lilVEX,
Tliat e-iery pcrsoii cwptlug Justices ot the I'caco
and Able run ti, Seilai.cs lubllc nnd l'ersjns In tlio
mllltl.iscreti'n et tlio state, eeho sh ill hoM or shall
within tevo mouths liaee held any e '"a or appoint
ment of preiHt or trust iinde r the ITiied st.iU'S.or e t
this state', anel city or corporate"! rtUtrlct, w he thcr a
conimlssli'iie-d onicer or otherwise, a suborelliuw
oille'i r or age nt who Is or shall lie emplojed uneler
Ihi' legislature', i:ccutlee or .luellclary Dcparlme nt
uf Hits Mate, nr ot any city or ct any Incorporated
ellsirlet, and also, that every memU-r of ceengress
uml ot tho stuto Legislature, and ot llio scli'Ct or
common council ot un rity, or commissioners of any
lucorpeir.il is! district, Is by law Incapable ot lioldlng
nreNere'lsliigntllii!s.iino I lino tlio ofllce or appoint
ment of Judge, Inspector or clerk of any election n
this Commonwealth, ami that no Ins.mctor, Judge or
other uftlcer of such eleeilon shall bo eligible to be
thi'U eoioil for.
The Inspectors ami Judgo of tlio elections shall
meet ul the ivsvi'inei places apijlnte'J for holellng
tliu e li'i Hem In the district to winch they respectively
belong, be fore see en o'eles'k In tliu morning, uml
e n il of sulel InsiHitoni shall appoint one clerk, who
bli.ill t' a iiualliled enter of sueh district.
Tho etialtileel eoti'rs of the several districts Is
this county nt all general, township thr
ough and siwclil eli'cttons, aro ncrrtey hereafter
authorlsesl oud i equina to eolc by tickets printed or
written, or pnrtlj prliileel and partly written, n'vi r
ally cuessllieel us follows! ono ticket shall embrace
the names of alt Judges of Courts lined for, and
latie'lleel, outside, "Judiciary;" ono ticket shall era.
brace tho names of nil the Stato oflicers eoted for
and to tsi labelled "state;" ono ticket shall embrace
the name's of all county officers ie,ted for, Including
tlio office of senator, anel .lembers of As-'
sembly. If lotesl for, and members of Congress, If
voleed for, and be labe lled "County ;" ono ticket shall
embrace tho names of all toevnshlp officers voted for,
and bo labelled "Towuihlp;" ono ticket shall em
brace the names of all borough officers voted for, and
bo Libelled "Horough."
end each class shall bo deposited la separate bal.
sherlirs ortico, Bloomsburg, sheriff,
sept, ll, fs-tf
t iraf wrua neunii
JJ V1SITINI1 CAKIiS.
LB C-I'BH UK ADS,
eatly ami Cheaiily jiriuteei at the COLl'U-
and furnished with a bountiful surmiv nf rmrr.ienft
by furnishing lutein-
Dauchy & Co'n. Advt's.
r vi-.itts io I'tv rnt v r.vitM.
$1 TO $10 rEE. ACB.E.
! Ii nnil ,liilc l.iiiKl In .llfclil
Kiiii In tin ulillliiii ACM: C i.i nt
rtiif ;riiiiet Uiili tmil s ii
eltiuiii lt:illri:iil t iiiiii:iny.
htrtiDK soil smc e inpti pii'iifyof
tlliilii'i-iii ii emclit-no clilncli
IlllS HO "lllllILrS,'
ItCSMVU T1IPAMS ITKK WATFR IISADV MARKf
He.lI0e)lA -IIAU.KOAU eOliri KTSO TIIIIOl'OU TUB
I'KNTRE Ilf TUBllKASr.
Sfixl Co I' it:ttiiUft , English or German
Address V. (I. Ill IIIIAUT,
1 AMI 1'OMUlIONEK,
OlUNll HAl'IDss, MICH,
aprll H, his-v.iv d
f)- 1MM1V rl!iw with i.nin-MOe., Plain orfiold.
40 itn njles. AKt Hueiitlt too. Hull ,c Co., Hudson,
:. V. el bept. 13, '!S 4W
i- mutt i-u
'rtect beauties) witUname,
1 1 it Mi i Caui co. AhUlana,
tl hept. 13, "9-4W
)K. O. I-.. H.1UK UKKK'4 tUt'lh t'X DKAFNFa-iond Dlfl-
I hAtsoF tuo Kak. nud tholr proiH.T lu-atni"!!! ospe
, rially icutiDlQK k-ar. Uow in t-vlt.iiinuijl.itw reflet
rroin tbo iiiuiif.Ls.intn'Bso Uili cil-iua.se, ami aper
rctii Iut nle-. aiit friUJiii'it.cure. A ItooK every
fiuiU. s.Deiuiiiv i. -ihi r.v 1 )alt. Andress ur.C.
E hllOh.M KhK, Aur.U aniycon, lioftdlns. I'a.
iwpt lt.Tsi-tw a
lin .-ml.' PhU innkcNPw ltlch Ulood,
mhlviHy rininru tut yUj In the untlr
ttM in t
ttm jt (lis. Any l'ro.i whu will take
i ill t'jch iilhl truui l to1 w ecks may txs restored
I'tltii - mul In if U' h a thlrir be posfdble. lencl
by null fur KLur
1. S. JOHNSON t CO.,
i .alitor .id.
r haminrr Utb tiT-V il'n
. t . v IHi .-! .
Anrtod Kiyhet yrm tt Ctnteir. a Kinoxftion for
fir el.iiiup i)dttie ami txccllent o"ei la mj rAor
u - rr of mveUmng tint Atrmmg, The t nt Iumcr
ctrr ninte, Ai mir ttu "trip trndt-t b k icmvy
tui.ial(tl on ititYnor L'ondt, i-i ttiitt J m'i Jktt la
f ti ry I'lua. -l by nil i1el"i. ht ti 1 lnr"fntr'i',
''ie, w C. a. JiCKios & Co., Mfr., 1 -jurnburr,
I. I". l( IU, I'., .t iirrul Aiil., I'hihulrli bla.
. t 13, ;s 4W ll
Miw ui:aiy :
1 UK llllAMI Ae'lllLYSMSSTS OF
lly lion. J. T. llsenLsv, the Prince ot descriptive
authors. A full hle-tory ot his explorations
lii Atrleannd marvellous Journcj dow n the Congo.
A new Kxcitino book, Hhistimi with wiui aukn
tckks and tiikii mmi sersss of kamukk. Is profuse-..
IV uiusirueii i no public kaiimily uwail it. ills
i selling woiiderfullv.
. f1 A TTTTnW"e"sre ot misstatements of Inlerest
i urku ixe-iiif.1 parties, but send for i-KOOr-of gen
uineness and full de'tsjrlptlou of I his work.also tern a.
HtuBAKii Lisiis. rubs, a ncvrmce 117 A TrrVT7T.
733, aoiHom btreet,U Jill IO wniUUU
Sept. 13, 'is 4w
ltet.Hl prlco sliHHI only V.JTS.
iiuor e'rguns. puce! fsei emiy iva
.iiht friv. Iiiinlcl I', lleielii.
Wasldnglon, N, J. el brp. 7,4t
1 Senel tor Delaware. I'urm I'alalegue and Maps J.
1 V. .Manciia, liove'r, Del. d hep. 27 '7S-JW
IICShON'a LA1T1NK IOKllfH I'LAKK
is f'.r l.tiiieiiuss or weakness of Um
ihiuK, ltlieumatl'-'ii aiiil nil local acUu J
v puns, the i"t rt'in- ru K'.ortn, it wasinvent
- (1 tn ovHfi'omt' the Hto-A- action of tlio ordluarv
ruruiid I'Usters It relieves luiu nr once, and
eim-s wli'-redUifrpl-iMfni imiewn rcllete
old eerywlu'i-o by uru'liia. 1 rice cenu.
bep. ST, "ts a
PTm?P ;uum. .iriri:,
Aro kr nt swettby riiHOILa V Lid
179 William btliret, Neev
bep, V7, 'Is -lev
Tbs ActldMoto ALCOIIOL Fewsd at Las:.
The rather Matthew Remedy
Is accit.eln nnd biseily cur' for lutemieTieiice. It
Octroys all appeiliee for ule'iihullc lle,uors uud builds
Up lllo he-reeeut syele-ls. Allrr il Uebiiiieli, or nny
lllll'liipertlll' lliilitlueliet', II MMILK '1 KASlDOM't'L
wlllremcee nil uiiuiial and rlOlcul depression. It
lsijcures.'very kind of KhVKtt. tivsrsi-wiiauelToa-I'lniTV
of llio l.iene hM b all elruguts. l'rlcul
er boii;e. rainpmei e.n 'Aie'ouo', us Ktleow, and
nultis'iiie,' us a ellseiise.' ts. lit freeou W'rlllugto
t'A'l'll t It MATHKrt
TFiimiAVCK A; JltrlVel.
, M llond btreet, a Y.
U bep. 7, "7-iw
eUKN'l'si e ANi Kl) nsni rre
fur lilt "sAlirir-e I I ft U K ., fi',v
MIW IIIIIIK! ! UHjllt DAW.N
In ihlHiit-vv eitiuuie the 1'eipulnr Author of Niiiur
seiMblNTiis Hiuik ii.nrii)K wlili elelrt mid thilll.
Ing f iree nnil elfsiueiie-e Hie eee'nlsot saereit Truth,
nnil ud Is Teci.li lebtlmouy tei Hue be'reuty, pstheisand
-uiiliinliyi.f I im stories or tho lilMe. Agents will
llnel 1 1. is Hook Willi Ils bpiiUdlig thiiught-s, clowlag
sijle, Is-auMlui r'ligravlii.'.. uli.l lleh bliielliigs, the
1'M lu tli" market 1 kkvis Luikkai. t'lKe-e'LAies
1'KKK. AllJleas. J (. MlS'flillY. ,V ''"., I'llll i
l t'1-l'IIU. I ll ll bep. !I. S-IIV
FOR 12 YEARS
I laic Iseu awarded the)
Kami & HAiVlUN
Althi' I'nrU l.p,e.lihni this jear ihe-v are aw-ur
ele',1 I'lIK (HlLI) .MMIAl, the ll'gbeest If eululsnso
al the ilispoh.il ot the' Jtti Tbe'v haee telbo ree'elv.
ul tin IIIIAMJ l.eil 11 MKIl.M. lit' SVe'tllKN t
MllHVAY. LIS NllOTIIKH AUbalVAS H'l.AN. IliVH
Ltl IK A1TAK1UI lllllllbbl AWASH Al ANY WllsUl'b ti-
I'elMTleib isUn, )ur iiisu it pniiieiiib uy lusiaiimenui,
luieat i'A'i AIjm.IK's, with newekl Hyies, 1 1 lets,
AC, flee. MestlN 4 (lAMi INnltl.AN I'll.,
IIIUTUN, NHV .Ullk lilt CllltAl.U,
bep, SI, Is lev el
810 TO $1000 Muckaui V .tfouubesrv.
i month. Itesik bent Ire-ei explul llige-eenthliig.
Aeidiwi 11 e XT Ult A. Cel., liAbbsus, ll Wall btreet,
New-York. d uug. see, 'Js-siw
The. euly comblDatlnn of the
true Jamaica itlngvr with choice
Areimieile and t-'reneh Iiriuiely for
i'lioleru. e. holers Morbus, trumps
and I'uiiis, Uluirlioe'a and i jscn.
ler J , D) enusiia, Hatulene'y, Want
of Tone and Aeilelly la IheStom
tieti and Pnwelb, and ueututng ths
Juliierie eif t'iifllie-e ' t ve ttle'r,'ex-J
met Climate- Ask for
. AblVKI' S Ji.llie UIKOIII,
PUBLIC SALE HAND BILLS
Printed at this Ufliee
OK SlIOKTEeST NOTIOK AND AT TUB
HUsT KEASOUAIILE IFllWa