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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COINTY, PA.
Friday, Out.. 10, 1878.
WHY IS THIS THUS?
The Domocratic Slate Central committee
if nd llirce '"eminent" nakrrto the villaRO
rf Sliickolilmiy but nut one to Columbia
0N TO'TiCTORY !
Tlm PpocndanHql flnnrrrfisa Snttlnrl I
r" f. -r, .
in rrtviu ui uiu uomuuiiius.
U.nnn TVfcMnriRATrn MA.Tn'RTTV
G.UN3 IN DEMOCRATIC C0NGS3SS-
WKST VIH8INI.V SOLID.
Thj Indiana Lsgishturo D:nsrafc on
Join'. Bal.ot, Insuring tin Election
of U. S. Senator.
As we go to press nothing certain id known,
except that the Nationals, who expected to
sweep umo, me crau c 01 urceiiiiacswii.intve
r1.l . .1 p. 1 , I r
lot on their vote, the Kopublican members
011110 organization, wo always preaiciea, i
going back to their parly, leaving enough f
Democrats in it to throw I he State to the llo
publicans. The Timo gives trie fWlotfiug
Bummaiy, which shows considerable Demo
The elections yesterday app"ar to havt re-
a victory lor the llcnublicaus m
Ohio. The latest returns indicato that the
Itepubhcans have overcimo last jear s Demo
cratic plurality of 22.50U aud elected their.
Htate ticket by a sinall plurality,nnd 10 of the
30 Congressmen. The Labor element that
revolutionized Cincinnati, Clevelaud, Toledo
and other o-ntres of p mulatiou in 1877, has
practically euded its mission by falling back
into the old party lines, and the Greenback I
element has drawn'ils increased strengtli , largo-
ly irom the Democrats, win o the Heputihcaus
. ....... . . .... I
nave lieid their lines witli unexpected hrw I
ncss. Cincinnati, where the distinctivoWork-
msmen's ticket polled over 9.000 votes last I
year, thus giving the Democrats nearly 3.0W0
plurality, has been rec-ivercd by the Itepubli- I
cans : certainly electinr- finvcrnnr Ynuo over
uu;e, iu bueceeu jaooim:,. ana aiso ueieaiioiz
jnuiana is reported uemocratio on the state
tlpt'nf iiv nil ?nprpns.il ,nfiinri,v wi,li ifn I Vin I
cressuieu nrobalilv wrettd from the Henubli- j
cans by the uuited efforts of the Democrat I
and Nationals, nnd the Jlegislaturo in djubt. I
u uuuw 1.1 us iu wiiruier uiu ivrpuuucaua the otner couulies in wnicti mere arc no con
will have a majority ou joi-it ballot or whether tests.comprising the 11th Congressional Dis
theOreenback men will hold the baiauco of lrjct of Pennsylvania, in order to secure bar
,UMXni. nn.l nmlnll ,lia AUttnn n' Unn.tn. 1 1- I t.
Iona is Itepublieau by probably half the
majority of ait year, and the delegation to
UUUL-rCfS will IirCllV CCrta UIV SianU as nOW I
all Keiiublican. ...
West Virginia seems to have maintained
Democratic tuprcmacy in the threo Congres-
sional districts, as Was irenerally Conceded by
all parties. J
At tills wntine (2.30 a m. edncsday) the
result of yesterday may be fuiuuiod upas giv-
iuj; iuu jitjmuotsius ino gam ui umu, uuu ,
thrco Congresf-mcn in Ohio aud two in India
iiiu u'jjuMi,i'u iuu .aiu ui OTit uuu pruuiiui
na, x ho returns are inoro lmlsnRito than
usual, owing to the largo number of candi
dates voted for in Ohio and Indiana, and the
necessary delay in countinz the vote. But
half the State of Ohio is repotted at this!
iiour, ana inc caret ui estimates 01 tne itcpun
licaus reported by Chairman Ilobinson aiid
tive claim of thu State: but the Renubli
can gains arc so uniform that there does uot
appear to bo any rcanabto prospect ot re
versing the current in the unreported districts
sufficiently to .give- the victory to the Deuin
I, AT EST.
The election returns still como in slowly,
but from the Associated Press ditpatches re
ceived up to 2 a. in., Thursday wo judge that
the great strugglo for tho (political ascendancy
in tha next congress which will in a great mea
sure infWiico aud control the Presidential
election, ha been won by the democracy.
The democrats have gained at least four and
probably ceven members iu Ohio and Indiana.
Tliis settles tlie fate the republican party.
Later Tho democrats have also secured
a majority of tho Indiana legislature on joint
ballot insuriug the election of a United States
Senator, Huzza for the gallant Hoosicr
utato which defijs republican gerrymandjrs.
THE CUXuT.ESSIUiAI, CUNFKUKNCZ.
Capt, Brockway did not know cetaiuly
wheu tho Conference was to meet, until
Sunday evening, when a telegram directed
him to bo at stroudsburg on Tuesday. Dr
bwluber, one ot me Uoniereea, lived at
Jersey town.and could not be reached by tele
gram or mail.and Mr. ISrcckway had no power
of substitution He sent a special messenger,
however, but tha notice was not received
until C o'clock Monday evening. Dr. Swish
er rode all night to notify his patieuts.and
arrived at Hloomsburg at day-light, on Tues
dty moruing.when the delegation started for
Stroudsuurg on the earliest possible train
Ou arriving at Stroudeburg statiun, they
were met by the delegation coinirg from
Car bo u andHazletou,aud proceeded together
in tbe street cars to West Stroudsburg. On
reaching their hotels, to tbur surprise they
found that thirty minutes before tbe known
arrival ol the trains, an organization was
claimed to have been effected by the Conferees
'of Montour and Pike, and the alleged con'
ferees of Lackawanna ,and Whltes-Havenhad
been admitted I Monroe refused to eauctlo
the outrage, and kept out. It is a llltl
singular that those conferees, If they were
such, should bo In Stroudsburg tbe day Ufore
tbe time named, and did not wait twenty
minutes for the arrival of the train, thus ex
eluding from preliminary action tbe Import'
ant counties of Columbia, Carbon, Luzerne
Tbe subsequent proceedings we give be
The conferees of Carbon, Columbia, Mon
roe and Luzerne counties, assembled at Iu
dian Queen Hotel, Stroud.burg, Oct. lit., at
U o deck , in, Dr. beem, of Monroe, Job
Ilofl'maii, of Columbia, aud J, U. Murray, o
Cntbon.waltccl upon the conferees anomblcd
the ndjilnlng rcnm ntiil renuetol their
rewncoto effect a Uinjinrary organization,
which thpv respectfully declined.
On' motion of David Iwenberr, of Co
Intuitu, Hon. A. 0. llroadliead, of Carbon
county, wm elected temporary clialrman,and
on montlon of Dr. Seem, or Monroe county,
Dr. J. U. Bcbull, of Monroe, ad Dr. T. J
Swisher, ef Columbia couuty were wade
Mr. Andrew Sebrlnp, of Mrnroe, ido a
motion that the conferees from the Eleventh
Congressional District, be requested to pre
sent their credentlal,and that they be called
u alphabetical order.
Columbia David Iitventmrfr,
Dr. T. J. 8wther,
Carbon Hon. A. 0. Hroadhead,
Clias. J. Murray.
Monroe Dr. .T. l. Sclitill,
Dr. A. II, Seem.
Pike eminty called no response,
Montour county called no response.
Luierno-S. 11. Price,
John A. Gorm.r.i,
J. 11 Hutchinson,
On motion of Dr. A. H. Seem of Monroe,
the following resolution was adored :
WnCREAS. There appears to be some dis
pute as to who are. the proper conferees from
Luzerne county, heretofore comprisinir a part
of this Congressional District. Therefore
Jlctolved, That n committee of three be
nnnoltiteit to investigate, the siH'il dlsitme.and
make n report to the meetinir. who are the
proper persons to represent said portion of
J.uzerno county iu the conlerence.
The chairman then appointed the follow
ing committee on credentials-!). A. Lowco
berg, J. H. Schull, and C. J. Murray.
Word was sent into the Conference that
Mr. Ilrandon had stated that be had not
been informed of their inteution of going
into n Conference, and the chalrmau was
appointed a commltte to wait upon Mr.
Urandon, and request the attendance of bis
conferees. The chairman did so. and re
turned with the statement that he so invited
Mr. Brandon.wbo admitted that a delegation
had waited upon the delegates from Montour
and Pike counties nnd invited them to c
conference to nominate a candidate for Con'
gress, but he said it was too late now to as
sent to their request.
On motion of David Lowenbercr. of Co
..mu .hn chairman was rcniiested to an
noitlt . committee of four ou permanent
The cnairman appointed-J. W. Hoffman
pJU, Kreiger, Dr. T. J. Swisher and Dr. J
On motion of Dr. Seem, the Conference
adjourned to meet in the sitting room of the
hotel in the evening at 7 o cloct,
The Conference met afjiiln at 7 o'clock in
pursuanco of the resolution of adjourn
The committed on permanent organization
rted as follows :
resident, Hon. A. G. llroadliead, Vice
''resident, ur. A. n. seem ; secretaires, ut
Schull, and Dr. Swisher.
fin mritim, thn rpnnrt was neeentel. and
the Conference adjourned until Wednesday
mnonini. ot H nfrtfh-
Wednesday morninc session.
The chairman of the Conference comDOfd
0, tlie conferee8 (rom Columbia, Carbon and
,r ,, , , . , , -
Monroe, called the Conference to order at 0
Mr. Schull, of monroe county submitted
,i, rvll,,u,tnv nrnnnaiiinn
SrROUDsnuRa, October 2, 1878.
uTe the Conferees from Columbia. Carbon
aD(i Monroe counties, respectfully submit to
M t is a question whether Luzerne and
Lackawanna counties, are each entitled to an
mm niMHI nn with thnothnr r-nimliro
aud also which ot the two sets of conferees
from Luzerne county are entitled to seats in
the conference, that the conferees from Co-
(V.lil..,Kio flnrhnn Mnnrnp Mnntnnr
and Pike, meet in Convention, to
coramittee ou contests and representation,
aU(j proceed to business
Dr. T. J.Swisher,
Jobu W. Hoffman.
Conferees from Columbia county.
Hon. A. O. llroadliead,
Ohas. J. Murray.
Conferees from Ca-bon county.
Dr. J. II. Sshull,
jinurew oeuring, i j
IJr. A. II, beem.
Conferees from Monroe county.
On motion of Davjd Ljwenberg, of Co
lumbia county,Dr. Schull, of Monroe county
was appointed a committee to wait ipon the
conferees of Montour and Fikj counties, and
present to them the proposition of this meet-
ngas embodied in the above resolutions.
On motion the Conference adjourned, to
meet at l o'clock p. m.
The Conference again assembled as per re
solution of adjournment.
Mr. Schull, of Monroe, who had been ap
pointed a committee to present a proposition
to the conferees, from Moutnur and Pike,
made a report that he had read the resolution
adopted at the forenoon session to each of
the" conferees from Mouroe and Pik", with
oue exception, and n quested u reply cm or
The Conference remained in sesion (or
soma time wailing fir a reply from tV uju
ferees, but mine being rec.'ivwl, it was sug
csted that the secretary Dr. Schull, see ous
of th'isi c inferces R'ld leave th pn'ipiUlon
with him for co'isi lerati m. A m ilio.i to
adjourn until 4 o'clock was a tie, when the
hair decidl by his volo in the aihrinilivc
Adjourned uutll -lj o'clock.
WEDNESDAY KVr.NINn Sl'Si-ION,
The Conference compoord el' delegates
from Monroe, (j ilumbia and Carbon, as
sembled at 4 o'clock as per resolution of ad
Tho chairman stated that it wouM b In
order to hear the coLniuittee on contested
Col. Iewls, of Pike county, appeared be.
fore the Conference, and asked the privilege
of being luard, which was giauted, II
stated that he appeared befurethat body con'
testing the right of the llowlaud conferees
to a seat iu tbeOjnfvrenc-i. He c'aimed that
bis (Lewis) conferees rec-dve-l a clear ma
majority of the legal voters of Pike county.
and aserted that intimidation had been used
at the polls, all of which be was prepared
to prove before the committee on credent lal
The committee on contests having heard the
case of the conferees from Luzerne couuty,
said they were prepared tn report In the!
case, and submitted substantially the follow
"The committee having heard from the con
ferecs from Luzerne county, Anally conclud
cd that there was no change in the relatlo
of (he Eleventh Congressional District, by
the erection of Lackawanna county. They
therefore recommend that the conferees from
Luzerne, namely Messrs. J, A, Gorman, S. Il
Price aud James il. J!iitcbisoii,be empower
cd to select the conferees from that portion
of Luzerne and Ltckawanna countle", in the
Eleventh Congressional District J that they
select thren conferee, two to represent Lu
zerne, and one to represent Lackawanna In
On motion the report was adopted, and
thecottmlMee discharged from the further
aomlderation of this case.
Uhe following communication having been
received by the chairman, it was hnndel to
the Secretary to le read for the Information
f the Conference !
to the Omfcrta of the Cottnliet of Columbia,
Cttrbon una Monrot
Obstlemkn. The conferees from the
counties of Montour ntid Pike, respectfully
acknowledge the receipt ot your lavnr bear-
lne even date herewith, aid respectfully de
cline to suhmlt to the arbitration of the fire
counties named in your cmntiiinicatlim
whatever differences may at present exist In
the affairs of the Eleventh Congressional
District. If you will add the county nf
Lickawanna, on which there is no cnnliet
to your list, making six counties before whom
these iiili-rencM are to be ajmteil, we enter
tain a vcrv reasonable hope that all que"
tions tending to separate the different dele
nations will vunUli.
We are at a very .treat loss to determine
liv vour conferees nrrojate to themselves
the right to sit In judgmentcn the status of
Lackawanna county, In lucent theuctsupon
which representation In the district has nb
ways been fixed, and for the further fact that
no coutwt is pending in that county, with
any more shadow of authority, than they
pwnulu concede to Investigate the county ol
Uaruon, or any other county within the dis
" e are, gentlemen,
Respectfully yourobedient servants
II. S. SlMO.NTON,
Conferees from Montourcounty,
' HoitAo E. Kiri',
Jxo, W. Frazicr.
Conferees from Pike county
STKOunsisurtn, October 2, 1878.
HIE BEAMISH-TRIM M EH COXClRnSSlONAI.
Stroudsburo, Oct., 1, 1S78. The Demo
cratic Congressional Conferees irom Lacka
wanna, Pike and Montour counties, and th
Trimmer-delegation from Luzerno county
arrived last evening.
This morning at 11:30 o'clock they de
termined to go into a temporary organiza
tion, nnd Invited tho conferees from Monroe
county to join them the conferees from
Carbon, Columbia and Luzerne counties not
yet having arrived. This the conferees from
'IConroe refused to do, stating ttiat they
should await the arrival of the other con
ferees, before going into even a temporary
The Iteamish-Trimmer conlerees refused
to wait the arrival of the others and at once
proceeded to effect a temporary organization
as follows: President, Edwin Shortz, of Lu
zerne; Secretaries, Dr. B. S. Simonton, of
Montour, ami J. A. Kipp, of Pike.
The reception of the credentials of the
con fern-a being the next business in order,
the following were banded in :
' Lackawanna Frank Beamish,
Luzerne Edwin Shortz,
Montour R. S. Simonton,
W. A. Deen,
Pike Jobu Frszier,
J. A. Kipp.
X ) conferees appeared for Carbon, Co
lumbia and Monroe counties.
After which on motion.tho conference ad
journed until 2 o'clock p. in.
Conference re-asscmbledit 2 o'clock, as
per resolution of adjournment.
A committee from Monroe, Carbon and
Columbia counties, appeared before them
and invited the conferees of Montour and
Pike counties, tojiin them iu Ooncrcs-doual
Conference, fur thepurpose of etfecting a
temporary organization, which they respect
The Conference proceeded to make nomi
nation f ir Congres when the names of Ma
jor K ibtrt Klotz, of O.irb in ; Ciptaiu C. 1!.
Brock ay, of Columbia; Hank, of Lacka
wanna; S V. Trimmer, ot Luzeni" ; A. W.
Brand in, of Mjntotir, and GeoriM P. It iw-
land,of Pike county .were suggested a prop
er pencils to receive the nomination.
A resolution was adopted which required
msjirily of all the votes to which tho Con
ference was entitled to nominate, namely,
On motion the Conference proceeded to
ballot. The first ballot resulted us follows :
Rank, 2; Klotz, 1 ; Trimmer, 3 ; Brandon,
R iwland, 3. R isen of Scranton, voted
for Klutz. Five ballots were taken without a
On motion adjournel until 7 o'clock in
An evening session was held in pursuance
of the resolution of adjournment, and five
more ballots was had without any result, the
ballots not dilU'rin' materially from those
cast at tbe afternoon session, A motion to
aljourn until 'J o'clock Wednesday morning
prevailed, and the Conference adjourned
WEDNESDAY MORNING SESSION.
The Conference reassembled at I) o'clock,
according to resolution, and tho ballots for
Congress continued, until some twenty bal
lots were cast without any defi uite result,
A motion to adjourn until 2 o'clock prevail
fd. AFTERNOON SESSION,
The Conferenco again re.membled whtu
the balloting was renewed. After the lst
ballot was cast without reult, Mr. Frank
lleamis'i, of Scranton, aktd the privilege of
preeuting the name of Hon, Cbarlt-s R,
lluckalew, nf Columbia, which nns granted
On the 221 ballot lluckalew received
votes j lirandon, 2 ; Rowland, 2 j Trimmer
The 23d ballot resulted as follows: Iluck
alew, 8; Rowland, 3; Trimmer, 1.
At this point a communication from the
conferees from Columbia, Carbon and Mon
tour addresed to the conferees from Mon
tour and Pike was received and laid on tb
The balloting was resumed, the 24th re
suited as follows : lluckalew, 8 ; Rowland
2; Ilrandon, 1 ; Trimmer l.'
The 25th ballot stood, lluckalew, 8 ; Row
land, 2; Klotz, 1 ; Trimmer, 1.
Tbe2(ith ballot resulted, lluckalew,
Rowland, 2 ; Ilrandon, 1,
Tbe Conference adjourned until 7 o'clock
iu tbe evenlog.
The announcement of tbe name of Hon
Chas, R. lluckalew was not a surprise, but
the fact that Mr. lluckalew had previously
given it as his opinion, that Lackawanna
couuty had no status iu tbe convention, was
not generally known, and when his name
was announced the general query went
abroad, how coulj Mr, lluckalew consistent1
ly accept a nomination from a RumpConven
tlon which recognized Lackawauna county
as entitled to scperate and distinct repieseu
tation, when ho held views which were to
the very reverse.
This action, howover, we learned after
wards was a mere blind to Mr. Iluckalow had
positively declined to allow tho uso or -his
name for tho congressional nomination. Wo
have thus endeavored to sketch In n brief
and comprehensive manner all the facts as
they officially transpired In both political
bodle, pretending to represent the Eleventh
Congressional District nf the Slate of Penn
sylvania, up to six o'clock Wcdiusday even
ing, what traiHplred alter that time, will ap
pear In future issues, as we best gather them
until lli4 ii'imlii.itio'i is in llo.
The propnili')ii nas iiihiIj t tbe Hegulnr
Convention to admit Cd A, L Iewls' del
egation Irom Pike hut after hearing Ids
claim, it win decided to lay bis application
on the table, II proved s um serio is ir
regularities lit the delegate election, but not
enough, In the opinion of thn committee, to
admit his conferee, nlthough Pike was not
represented. It was In sharp contrast to the
action of the II?amlh Convention,
Thursday morning did not develop any
thing material, nnd finally tho Convention
adjiuin-d luihas'il wn think to meet
at Ilaz'etou on fiie-div, tho 15th iu-t , and
the lleamUh Convention adjourned to Scran
ton, tlu l lth.N'o one can fiirsee the result,
but uiilesss theie Is harmony n Republican
will be elected.
That if every one would use Hop Bitters
freely, there would bn much less sickness
and mNery In tho world ; and people nre
finding till out, whole families keeping,
well at a trifling cost by its me. We ad
vise all to try it. U. C- .1. Kochetter,X. Y.
The Monroe l)ennrrat of the 4th Inst, explains
the dispute in the D-mocratlc Congressional wn
lerence of the clevuit'i d-itric1, charges the
whole dilliciilly Umhi Mr. Frank lleimish, of
Lickawanua, who liuprovied three conferee
from hi new county, and thus unbslnnced
tiling. It charge, ulo that Mr. HiMinish in
iliattd llu ! riiiuiz ition by gfttint; up a con
ference In fore tlie ariivid of the Cirlon and
Columbia confer nee, and adiuiting the Licka
wanua delegillnn nnd an irregular delegation
from Luzerne. The othsr corferenee that was
organiz-sl tini lii iIim conferee had arrived,
had Judge li'-'xlheail iw ehiiirniin, who doesn't
make himself a funt'b.i 1 for fictionist, and af
ter the examination, the rrgntar Luzerne dele
gates wire a bniitcd, and lite L-wis Pike county
claimants i j rti-d. It is evident the claim of
the llodhead confert'iire to rcuLiity and fair
ness can hi- nitiih littler sustained llrui the like
claim of the Ilsnil!! conlerence. TYmcs.
lu spile of fl ini'el, eotiKhs and colds will
make a lodi;imti! in the Hylem. Hill they are
not tctmtt t h'iII. Yon can diioess them
with Hale' lfoney "J Horehnuiul anil Tar iu lesjj
,t . .t. it . ... I. ... . :.-S
lime linn il i ir,c a riieiui iu ial-cuiuu "III
Sold by all drnirui-ts
Pike's tpotlisilie ilrop cure in one minute
II WES' Tirut.
However v iriid may be the opinions conj
cerning the validity of Hayes's title to tlie Pres
idency, there Is not a q ostiou in the minds of
either Democrats or Repnhlii an upon one im
portant point, viz: the iiiii uxtiunable right of
Dr. Pierce's Family Medicines to tin- tide of the
Standard Remedies of the age. I.ixtrii to the
voice of the sovereign people.
NEW ORLEANS, June 10A, 1878,
Dr. It, V. Pieice, li'iffilu, N. Y. :
Dear Sir Your Pieaam Purgative Pellets
seem to he purtici'larly adapted to the wants of
the people in this irariu climate, irhere bilious
aflectons are pirticjlnrly prevalent, I regard
them as the licit cmhsrtic I have O'er tried.
BOSTON, JAms HlA.1878
Dr. R. V. Pieice, IlnlWu, N. Y. :
Dear Sir Yuiir (iol.deii Meilical Di-covery
lias cored my boy of a Fever .SorenftMo years'
standing. Please accept our gratitude.
An old physician, retired from praclire, hav
ing hail pinctd In Ids hand by an K;i-t India
misdonary the foriuul.iuf a simple vegetehle
remetly, I'tr the )Kimiiiient ami spetdy cure for
coniiinption, hroncliitis, calarih, a-lhma, and
all lliri'at and lot g iilfcctions, cilso a )h sitive
ami radical cure for i.ervous debility and nil
nervous complaints, after having teUd its uon
derful curative piwcrs in thousands of cases,has
felt it his duty to make it known to his suffer
ing fellow. Actuated by this motive, anil a
desire fo relieve human suffering fellows, 1 ill
send fiee of ibirge, lo all who ilet e it, this
recipe, with lull directions Tor preparing and
using, in (lerman, French, or English. Sent by
mail by aldressing with stamp, naming this
paper. W. W. Sherar, HO Powers' Il'ock,
Rochester, New lork. Oct. 11, 4w
AN ASTONISHING FACT.
A largo proportion of tho American people
are to-day dying from the effects of Dyspepsia
or disordered liver. The result of these diseaS'
es upon the masses of intelligent and valuable
icople is most alarming, making life actually a
burden instead of a pleasant existence of enjoy
ment and usefulness as it (light to be. There
is no good reason for this,if you will only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take the advice
f Druggists and your friends, nnd nnd try one
bottloof Green's August Mower, lour speedy
relief its certain Millions of bottles of this med
icine have been given away to try its virtues,
with satisfjetory results In overy case. You can
buya sample bottle for ten cents to try. Ihrco
doses will relieve the worst case. Positively
sold by all druggists on tho Western Continent
aug. 30,'78-tf jl
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mm mm m m Hllll-iuMTea irom iiogf nog
O mm Mm CI If dltf uso and deatu hua
r Www r II dreda who have been
HI KaU Blven up IT l'DTlr!na
to die. I11JNT M IIEJIKIIV cure nil 1U
um of ihc KUncfi. It ladder, and trlnarv
trgant Drupavi. Gravel, llUbetei. anil
Ipfontlnenrn and, ItelrnlloD of frloe.
11 UN PlH ItKMKI. V encouraaei alcen. ereatea an
apDetlte, brace i up the yitem, and renewed bealtti
Hide, llarbi or l.oini, iimr
KIIV curra 1'aln
I'emH.o JMrteaira, JMsiurbed
Ccmtplalnja of tho UrTno-4Jeullnl
mana. IIIINT'H UKMKIIY It purely tcw.
f , and meets a want nerer before t mulshed tn t bo
pabile, and tbe ntmnat reliance may dc placed In It.
'IIIINT'H UEAltllY la prepared KX
rer tteiore xurnlBbea in tm
lance may dc placed In It
i' la prepared KX'
(iibrmiii iur in
koie diaeaaeas and
i a no Tor Dei
Known io fail
bead tor pamphlet to
.WM, V. CLARKE,
matter of the entala of Jacob Fverlatfl of
jiuuiiauu ujwH&iui', Luiuuiuu i"ounvy acceoavu,
The undersigned Auditor appointed by the
Orpli ui'i Court or said county to umkH distribution
ol tho fundi In h hand-i of h. H. Miller, Adinlnl
trator. c wtilattend to ILtnlutUa of hli appoint
ment at the ofil(' ot Freeze Kit-rly in the town of
juooinHuurif uu Miiuruay, iuu tn aiv ot Novemoer,
'M ut tu o'ewk a. m . when and wherxi all tier
bons luvluif clalnm are re'tuuistedto prebentthe
rmuiH ut'iure iiw Aiimur or uu uuoarea irom com-
lug iu lor u niLiro ol tuua fund.
JUilN O. FliKRZK,
the C'dluMLuii II rid if e Coinuuny will boiuildlotbe
A Utviuvuu oi mx per win, on inn c ipiu-i mix-
buxkh'jljr-isof that t'onuuny ou and alter October
ut. at lutjonu'u oi iuu treasurer
oct, U. Ti-3ff
Tint ftrta la vn riii. wiia
"Dowell sl rmmn
JL X. Advertising Agents,
VHIHP4 CMESTMUT ITS.. ST.f.OUIt, M,
t t can ir ate moiiev faster at v crV for ua t han
I I an tiling else CaDila! nof renulred: wti wi
Uturt yuu. $11 r day at bome made by tlie
Industrious. Men, wumea, boys and iclrU
wanted everywhere to work for ua. Now lattie
time Cecily ouuitaod terms free. AddriasTauK
co.,AUtfUta,'.nauie.) iiartu in, 78-ijr
ANDIIEW II, DILL,
of union euUN-ry.
F'llt Sttl'ItKMK COURT,
HKNUY P. ROSS,
OF MONTOOMEltY CO.iNTV.
rott UEurits nt novKitNJit,
OF CRAWFORD COUNTY.
for sKcumrutY of inti-unai. affairs,
J. SIMPSON AFRICA,
OF IIUNTINdllOS COUNTY.
C. 11. HROCKWAY,
Subject to decision ot Congrasslonal conferees.
FOR STATE SENATOR,
fi. J MCHKNKY,
OF FIMIIINOCHUKIC TOWNSHIP.
Suliject to decision ot sent torial Conferees.
T. .J. VANDKItSLIOE,
J03KPII 11. KN1TTLE,
TOR REGISTER AND RECORDER,
WILLIAMSON II. JACOUY,
H. A. SWKPPF.NHISF.R,
OF CKNTRK TOWNSHIP.
OF CENTRE TOWNSHIP.
aiIAULF-S REICH ART,
OF REWKR TOWNSHIP.
FOR COUNTY AUDITORS,
SAMUEL E. SMITH,
OF URIARCHEEK TOWNSHIP.
WILLIAM L. MANNING.
UP JACK 'ON TOWN! HIP.
Beaver Jes"-o ltltteiihouso, Mountain
Ilenton John S. Kline, Eenton.
ltenvlck llor. Win. T. snyiler, Ilerwtck.
ltloomsmirg Fast I). Iiwenberi?, Hloomsburg.
llloomsburn West 0. 8. Kurnian. Hloomsburg.
Iirlarcreek .Toseph I Anion, PenMck.
Cilawlssa Mahton Hamlin, Cutaulssa.
centralla lloro'ijli-oweu Cain, Ceutralla.
Centrn losenli Weiss, Unio Hllge.
Conynpham Noitli Uernard Uovlo, Ashland.
l onyuuuam souin innn r. liiuion, asuisnu.
FlsblDg'reek J M. Howell. Van camp
Franklin Peter (1 Cumnbril. Cataulssa.
Greenwood I. A. DeWltt. lfolirsburp.
lienuocK r. niouic, imilk iiuru.
Jackson Frank nerr. iionrsiiurff.
Ixicust Dintcl Morris, N'UDtedla
Madison.!. M. s-mlth, Jersey town.
.Main I. W. shuman Matnvllle.
Slintin-D. II. Ioiitii)mery, MttlllnvUIe.
our uenneviiio miotics. Kiipert.
Mt. Pleasant. Josepb It. lkeler, Canby.
orange M. 11. Patterson, orangcvllle.
nne jonn r, r ower, i-ine puoimit,
Hoarlngcrek .1. II. Klliiirer, lioirlngcreek.
Scott .lacob Terwllllcer. Usbt street.
Sutrarlocf J. O, Laubacb, cole's creek.
;l. LOWESHERO, Chairman.
The democracy of Pennsylvania unanimously de
That the republican party. Us measures and Its
men, are responsible for the financial distress, the
misery anu mo waui. mat now exist :
it lias had coDtrol of the leErlslatlon of the country.
nnd has enacted and perpetuated a policy that has
enriched the few una impoverished uio many ;
Its system of llnanco has been one of favor to
moncred mononolv. of unenual taxation, of oxeinn-
tlon of classes, of high rates of Interest, and or re
morseless contraction, which has desrroyed eiery
enterprise that cave employment to labor.
Its nresent hold upon federal iwwer wa
byfraid, perjury and forgery. Its laws are unjust
and It practices Immoral ; they distress the peo
ple and destroy their substance.
ino oniy rurat-uy iur nn-fu uvna is an entire
han go of policy and the dethronement of those In
And we resolve that further contraction of the
volume of United states legal tender notes ts unwise
and unnecessary. They should be received for cus
toms duties and reissued as fatt as receded.
(iold Ml. er and united states lesril tender notes
at par therewith, are Just basis for pper circula
A close connection of the federal government with
the business Interests of the neoDle. throuirh nation.
ol banks, tends to monopoly and centrallutlon, but,
In changing the system, uniformity of notes, securi
ty tothe note holder, and proteetlon of the capital
Invested, should bo proMd'd for.
Treasury notes.ls&ued In exchange forlonds,bear
Ing a low rate ot interest, Is the best form In which
ineereuiLci uie government, can uognen 10 a paper
uiuor anu capiuii muo equal uemanus upon ana
resDonKlbllltles to law. Commerce and manufuc.
tures should be encouraged, so that steady work and
fair wages m.iy bo yielded to labor, whilst safety of
Investment and moderate returns for lus use belong
uj tuiniui. t luifuctt ur urcafu m urutT in huppon 01
the real or supposed rights of either MjouIiJ be promt
ly suppressed by the strong arm of tho law.
Tho Itt-publlnan partv, by Its legislation in 1672,
which reduced thetarin on bituminous coal from
wit to 75 tents iter ton. nnd unon Iron, stech wool.
rnetu's. paper Kliss. leather, and nil manufactures
of each of them ten pr cent., Mruck a fatal blow at
the industries and labor ot Pennsylvania,.
tnu puuuu lulus are me common proiieriy onne
eonlo. and they should not be sold to snerul-itors
nor grunted to rullroad orolhfr corporations, itut
should bo resened for homesteads for actual set
tlers. Our nubile debt should bo held at home, and the
bonds representing It should bnof small denomina
tions, in which the savings of the masses may bo
1 uuruujfu in.esiiifauon inio ine electoral irauua
of ls70 should be made, fraud should be exposed,
truth Mndlcated and crlmtmls punished; but we
oppose any attack upon thn Presidential title as dan
gerous to our Institutions and fruitless tu lis re
sults. The repuU can party, controlilngtueiegMatton ot
the state, has refused to execute many of there
forms of the new constitution ; and among other
things, It has neglected nnd refused.
iu cumj'i 1110 acceptance ui uu ita provisions uy
the corporations of the Male :
To prevent undue and unreasonable discrimina
tion in chertres lor trantnoruitlon of freight and
passengers, end without abatement or drawback to
TO lrivo to niieoual means for transnortlntrraw
material of the Mate In such manner and to &ucli
points as they nuy prefer ; and
iu puuusn 111 goou ihuu inoiuuiy siaLeincuui ui
where the money of the people wo-s kept.
The republican party creates new ofllces and enor
mous pcrnulMtes to others, and nils them wlthra-
vontes, whobe chief duty Is to manage Its xjlltlcal
lis administration or the state coverntnent crows
more expensive ultheaihjearnt Its rule.
Legislation has been directed bv republican lobby
ists, who In turn manipulate and control the nomi
nations of the republican party ,and Us candidates are
the creation or a Junta w boso decrees are accepted
as the Irreversible mandates of absolute hereditary
We denounce these methods, these measures, and
thete men. as unworihv tm sunnurt of an honest
and free pea pie, and wo lnvlt all of eery shade of
political epinton, to unite w lth us In dellt erlng tho
uinuiunweaun irom ineir naieiui ruie.
E, r. KUNKEL'S HITTEIt WINE OE IKON.
This truly aluablo tonic has been so thoroughly
tested by all classes ot tho community tdat It U now
deemd Indispensable as a Tonic medlctce. It costs
but Utile, purities the. blood and gives tone to tho
stomach, rt novates the sjstem aud prolongs life.
Everybody should have It, Kor the cure ot weak
stomachs, general debility, Indigestion, diseases ot
til ! stonnch, and for all cases requiring a tonic. This
wine Includes tho most agreeable and enick'Lt salt
ot Iron wo possens-Cllrate of Magnetic Oxide com
bined wlihllH most energetic ot egetible tonics
lellow ivrmlan pirl;,
Do o i want something to strengthen you ?
I)o you want a goo I appetlle ?
Do o i want to get rll ot nervousness i
llo j o.i want energy t
Do you want to sleep well t
Do you want to build up your constitution ?
Do'you want to feel well
Do you w int u brisk and vigorous feeling 7
It ) nu do try Kuukel's Hitter Wlno of Iron.
1 only ask a trial nt this ra'uahlo tonic.
llewareof counterfeits, as Kunkel's Hitter Wlno
of Iron Is tho only sure and efficient remedy In the
knoun world fjr the permanent minor liypepsl
and Debility and as there area num erof inuatlons
offered to tho public, I would caution tho communi
ty to pucharu none but tho genuine article, manu
facture! hy E. V Kunkel, and having hti stamp
on the cotk ot every bottle. Tho very fact that oth
ers are ai tempting to Imitate this valuable remedy
proves Us worth and speaks volumes In Its favor
Bold only In II bottles or six bottles for 15. Try this
valuable medicine and bo convinced ot Its merits,
Bold by dr ugglsU and dealers ei er where.
rapu Worm Kciuuvvd Alive.
Head and all complete, In two hours, No fee till
head passes. Beat, Tin and Btomoeu worms re
moved by Dr. Kunkel, tin NorthNlnth street, l'hlla-
delphla. Pa. bead for a circular with a treatise on
all kinds of worms, advice free. Ask your druggist
for a bottlo of Uunkil's Worm syrup, which will do
the work, l'rlce f t.oo. It never falls to remove alt
kinds, from children or grown persons. Directions
TH f f-OLUMWlAN OPCtOF
PUBLIC SALE HAND BILLS
Printed at thus Office
OH BIIORTKST NOTICE AND AT THE
M03T REASONABLE TERM 8.
lly vlrtno of an order Issued out of tlie orilmni'
Court of Columbia county, Uio undtrdgiKd cecu.
tursot tlie estate ot William .Million, Into ot t-cou
lonnnlilp, &)lumbladoiint),ccceaaed, wlllcxposo to
iiiblla Bitlu in
TUK8DAY AM) WKDNKSIiAY,
November lOtli mid 20th, 1878,
the follow Irifr described protrtjr, to wit !
No. s.-All ttint cerfaln lot ot frouml situate In
Espy. Hcott township, bounded and described as
follows, to-nlll (in the south elde ot .Main street, on
the wist by land of Mrs. Jano Case, on the soulh by
lands otJosei'hMlckney and tho l'cnnsjlvniila L'n-
nil Company, on tho west by lands of s.Ud htlck.
ney and Caual Company, and on tho north by Main
street whereon are creeled a thrco story
From Flout ing ?iill,
With HOOD STUM rOWBH AND iUri.K MACHiT,K00d
and I'aiiiiiinilioiis TIirr, a ono story Frame UDlcc,
Weigh Kales, a two story l'rinp t'ooprr Miop,
amladooit Frame Stable, containing about ONh
Thonbovo described property win be sold on tho
premises at one o'clo k p. in., on Nov. 19th.
No. a. All that cerlafn lot of gound situate In Es
py, bcott township, bounded nnd described as fol
lows, to wit i Public road leading to lllooimburg on
the north, lot of Hantaan on tho east, an alley
on the iouth, lot of .lacoby on the wcst.conuiln-
Ing in front about 100 feetand In depth about
two hundred feet, n hereon nre erected a large
TWO STORY ri.ANK HOUSE,
dutcli weatheMHiarded, wllh a good attle, erandas,
n lnre lr im Mnble, carriage houe, Ac.
Thenbovo described property will bo sold on the
premises ut ono o'clock p m , Nov. 19th.
No. C IlclDg a
LIMB STONE QUARRY
acquired by the Kxccutorsof saldtestato stncohls
death In order to save said estate from loss having
pin chased tho same nt Sheriff's sale, to nit: All
that certain lot ot ground Ml'mo In Scott towntfilp
bounded on tho eat by quarry lot ot Wnplc and l'ur
pel, on the north ;by lands of Aaron lloon, on the
west by another quany ut otJcsso 1). ltlco known
asttio (Jrcen Quarry lot, sjuth by lands of Aaron
Hoonc nnd other lands ot Jesso I). Hlce, on which
TWO DWELLING HOUSES,
Stables, OfUce, Hay f-cales and
SIX LIME KILNS.
The above described property will bo sold on the
premises at ten o'clock a. tn., Nov. 19th.
o. 4. All thit ccrtnlti piece ot ground situate In
Montour township, bounded nnd described aa fol
lows, to wit: On tho eabt by public road, on the
south by land of Uod Paxton, on the west by the
Philadelphia A Heading Kill Itoadandon the north
by land of Lloyd Paxton, containing about one-half
acre whereon are erected a
Lsuge Iwo-story frame Kiilhllng
tiscdas a J?.HvTT MILL and containing
nil tho machinery necessary for the manufacturing
of Paints with Strain Engine, uollers,c.,.SheddlQg,
b tabling and onice, and known as the
Montour Paint Works.
Theaboto descilbed property will be sold on tho
premises at ten o'clock a. m,. Nov. 20th.
TSUMS OP SA LK. Ten per cent, of one fourth of
the purcha&e money to be paid at tho btrlklng down
of the property, the one-fourth leas the ten per cent
at tho confirmation of sale, and tho remaining three
fourths In one year thereafter, with Interest from
IIKNItV S. HE AY.
oct. n. "tS-ts
ESTATE OF JOHN CitN. DECEASED,
Letters of Administration on the estate ofJolm
Caln.l.Uoof Centre townshln. Columbia co.. dee'd.
h.o been granted by the KcKl-ster of said county to
the undersigned Admlnlstrator.to whom all persons
lndetted are requested to make immediate payment
iuu inutu imviiig claims or aemanus airainsnuo ua
late will mako them kcowntothe administrator
C. W, Mill br, Centre township.
Attorney. oct. U, is:s-iw
; ESTATE OP MARY E. IIETLER, DECEASED.
Letters of administration on the estate of Mary
Vp , deceased, hae be-en gr nted by tho Jteglstcr oi
Fd-id county to the undersigned Administrator
to whom all persons indebted to Bald ctnte are re
quested to make payment, and those having
claims or demands against the said estate will
make them known to the said administrator without
C. V Ml 1.1. Kit, Administrator.
Attorney. oct. 11,18 jw
John V. Ivun?
vs. No. 223 February Term
j, u. Mini n,
Notice Is hereby irlven that tho bnlanc i ot the fund
remalnlnt; In the hinds of the sheriff, to wit ; $159 sa
arUlng from tho sale ot the real phtate or .Jeremiah
u. hmith, will bo (list rlbutcd to and amongst tho lieu
creditors entitled thereto by tho undrhlued, who
has been i)pilrted an Uidltor for that purpose,
Tho Aiuliror will Bit at tho onico ot John n. Freeze,
K miii 1 iv, in lllooiniburon Miturdat the oth day of
Noeml'r, 17-4, at ono o'clock In tne AfU-rnoun. Ml
perton,halnir claims upn said fund aro required
to make ttuMrclilms known U fore mild Auditor, or
bo debarred rrom coinlntr in on kiui innd.
CUAKLl J, .1 UKS(1N,
oct. II, 78-4w Auditor.
;io matter ot the estato ot Daniel Ycttcr.
The undersigned, Auditor nppolntedhy tho Orphans'
i;iuriia uiuuiuiu ui i.uumjr luiiimiiuuio iiiuus III
hands of tho administrators ot bald dm-dent among
helm and parlies enlltloj thereto, will attend to
the duties or his appointment nt Iheonice or Charles
(I, lurklev In lllooinshurg, on Saturday, tho nth dav
of November, A. !., ls.n, at ten o'eloclc a, m., at
which time and place uu parties interested may at.
tend If they think proper.
rAUL E. WHIT.
Hloomsburg, oct. 11, 7S 4w.
Estate of Rebecca Smith, deceased.
NOTICE IN 1'AltTITION.
Coliwibin County, m.
In the orphans' Court of Columbia County, in tho
inuiuToi iuu p 'trillion anu valuation oi me es
tate of llcbrccu smith, (widow of John Bmlth),
late ot Mails n township, deceased :
To the heirs and Icujl representatives of Hatd lte.
licca smith, deceased, uwlt : A. K. smith of Mad-
lso iiown mo. .lames wuson anu Misan uis w re or
Diiiivllie, Montour connty, reunsjlvanla, Charles
Dodsou and l'alniela hlswlfootsald Madison town
ship, Alexander 11. smith, (residence unknown)John
Mnlth, (residence unknown), Samuel H, smith, of
ureenwonii lownsnip, saiu county or uniumbia, Alt
na M. smith of liauvllle, aforesaid, II. k. liattln,
(luardlan of Kosa smith and urant Smith, mlnorf
resident In (Ireenwood twp. afort'sald,.lucob lxmy.of
rine township, saiu uouniy oi coiuinuta. .Marina
joou of said Maoi-son township, i antel l.onL'. Jack.
sonvllle, Ifhlgh couKy, l'eniislvaiila. Jesse W ilso
and ,M aunu i uis wne. oi tire n"ia. saiu ixnign coun.
tv. Kdwln Itabenoldana'MatllilahtswUoof said Ore.
Held. Henry Dotterv and Hannah his Mfc.
of (lulli station, said hrhlirh county. John
Klotz, and Kmellno his wife of Columbus
Junction. Iiulsa county, Iowa. I'eUrr lla.ii and
Amanda his wife ot Allentown. said I ehlch county
Milton ott and Abigail his wife, of said AllentDwn
Jeob Iibach and Isabeiu hU wife of Irontowu said
Ihtgh county, (George itichara ana susan ins wire,
nf naM Allentown.lleiiry 11. Werl'-y.Hos.u.I. Werley
and Alice v. weney, a minor anil Hainan ivruin,
guardian of wild Allco V, N erley, all of said Allen
Take notice that an Inquest will lie held at tho late
dneliliu house if said KelMTCa smith, deceased, In
tli township of Maillrton Columbia county, on Bat-
urdlV mo Sll-euill my oi oieinuer, iis neiweu
iiiiihuuiaotlio'clock a in . anil 4 n. in of said day.
f r IhH piiriKise of iimktDgpartlllon of the real estate
t f (aid ..cc. asc't. 1 1 and among her children and lo
ltiiI renieseiitatlves. If the same can be donewlthout
lii'J'iil'ie to or s-pn'llng of the whole, ol nerw Iso lo
.ilunand apirilse the same accorillrig tolaw.at
v ijii'h time and place jou may attend lfOU lhluk
1 JOHN W. HOFFMAN,
Sheriff's Office, nets, -4w thtrlll.
KETORT OE THE CONDITION
First National Bank cf BlocrasBurg,
At Hloomsburg In the State of l'ennsjlvanla. at the
Close OI liusinepR on me 1st. uny oi uvuiuer, ibis,
Iiann and dlicounts .. 13T.3I6 01
1.1 1 V.J
r. s. itonnsiosccuro circulation
t'. H. lionds en hind
other stocks, bonds nnd mortgages
31, 18,1. W
i Jl 00
lui from apt roved reiervo agents
line irom oiner ruiiuii&i iimiisb.....h....
DuHfrnm state banks and bankers .,
current expenses and taxeapald
checks and other cash Items ...
Hills of other banks -
Igal tender notes -
ltedemptlon fund with V. B. Treasurer (5
per cent, of circulation)
caplt af stock paid In
isnrpnis r unu
rnoii tded profits w
National Hank notes outstanding.......,.,.,
1 nun UI mil iKpii.lla subject to check ... .
Duo to other National Hanks
Duo to btate banks and bankers.....
Total, fits bis
STAT Or rtNSBVlViNU.COt'Sir CfCOLl UtlU.
I. J. I. Tustln. Cashier of the above named bank.
do solemnly affirm that the above statement is true
to me nest Ol uiy gnuwieuge ano neitei.
Subscribed nnd orartr.id to before mo this 4th day
oi uciooer, isis.
I. W. MCKKI.VY. I
m. u. UUOHKH,' y Directors,
ritAD. . UllinKEU,!
STRAWBRffli & CLOTHIER
Invite tlm people of Columbia county to tin examination of their
JSTEW FALL STOCK:,
which is now complete in every department.
We are showing a stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC,
which cannot be surpassed in this
Wa name below a lew itcnw only out ot tlm immense stock :
FKfcNCII CASIIMKHKS AM) MIMtlNOS,
In all (ho new tlndoi nnd In ii'ii.ltlei gmrant'-oil
AM. WOOL l ASII.MKlti:-! 0o AT.I, WOOIi MUIUN'OS,
VOUK1S OASHMKHKS AND .MKIlINOd.
Kxcellcnt ijlitie-, 40 in. wiile nt C2J, ", 80, S7Jc, nml SI 00,
1 1ST BLACK GOODS
wo have Inm iruc Uaos of
Itr,ACK CaSIIMKUKS a no merixoks,
namiKTli? tln'mu liot pl?o), which will bo distributed, nt vcrj- saill alvanccs on Importation C03t
llt.A:K (M SUM HlltH KltOW Wo. til"
1ILAUK IIOUIILB TWIU.KI) MHItlNOl AT 45 AND
&K-. run YUtl).
SILK Wflltf HENUtKrrA OI.DT1I1, (lOOtl )UAL
vr, AT We.
MEDIUM & L0W-PRI01CD DRESS TEXTURES.
ONE CASE ALL WOOL TARTANS, SOc
N'eicr m)!d lie nre for losi th in illM .
ONE CSE N'OVKLI'IES, H71c
I'art sIK mi 1 very Hf.llsh,
ONE CASE C.I EL'S HAIR
'"-ctra villi i an I pun ilir
ONE CASK .'.i'i-I.N' LUSH MERES !!7jc
In s.''e 'U'leiilirluca.
ONE LOT CLAN l'LAIDS, STJc
Thoj'i irijods aro 2T Inilies wile.
ONE CASE llRADl'OHU MOHAIRS, 37jc
In nil tho new slndos.
ONE LOT SILK-MIXED
New thN 8asnn. an 1 re ill worth 3IiC.
ONE CASE KOULE IIEIHH, 31c
U luetic 111 wldMl.
ONE CASE EAN'UV SA I'l.N'EES, 20c
Ixjss thn cist or linpor&atlua.
ONE LOI' CLAN I'LAIDS, 25c
In alt the new coiii)lnatl i ns.
Oonil lllwiclieil Muslin liir
lluny (nliin Elnntii'l fur
Heavy White Wnul Klunnel fur
Extra Qualilv Wi.ol riannrl for
Scarlft TwIIIhI Kl.iniiel fur
Our Mail Ohiikii Deimhtmi'nt bellevi .1 to be tho most thoroughly organized In the country, gives tho. .
opportunity t the most distant inniuincr m avail ot our low prices, whtcli aro In every Instanen h low
similar gnoas can uu soul iu Aine.-ica
If jou cannot
N. W. Cor. Eighth
Estate of Ann Winner, deceased.
NOTICE IN PARTITION.
Columbia County, m.
tho Orphans' iourt of Columbli county. Intlio
malli-rotihoiiurllilinand viliiatlou of thuos
l.ito of .Mm Wluncr, lateof Hemlock Ion nshlp,
To the lietis and leirnl ienre4ent.itlv.M of nl I nn
Winner, deceased, to-wlt : lurid winner, of tho
Town of llloomstmrg. Kail Colillnbt.l enUlity, John
A Winner, of tin) liorou'li of Dinvllii;, Moiuoiir
county, I'eip silv.inl.i, Isaac iVinnerof Kali Hrook,
lioga eoiiiuy, i flinty n .till t, .ioiiii Lyme uu i .ni'i 1111
wife of tnoTownot ItUiomsbiirg. uforesai.l .lotiiiii.
iseMusunu unuira nu wire oi .m.uimihi lowiiup,
Take n.iiico that an iniiueat win no ueiu ai in taio
dwelling house or .aid nn winner d.vas.'d. In tie
towhihtpof lleinlock, coliiuibla comity, on r'tldiy,
iuu lllieenui uay oi .oveuuiei, oiiwecniiio
hours of y o'clock a. in. and 4 p. in of said ilav.for
ine piiro-e oi tunning piiriui"ii oi in" ie.ii .'simeoi
said d.'eease.l, (o and among htr chllilreli nnd legal
repiesi-niatlies, It too sauio can t dune Willi mt
prejudleo lo r spoltliig oftlH vmioH, .itlieiM 14 1 to
VHiuti uno iippruio iuu rmuiu lu-ouiuui; i.j iui, ui.
which tune and place jou may attend If oiiihlnk
iuii? i. in ir r .11.,
tlierlff'a Office, Hloomsburg, Oct. 6';8-)w.
A D M I N I ST R ATO K'd HA LE
REAL ESTATE !
In nursuancuofanorderof the Oniliaiiv 'ourtof Co
lumbla county the 1111 lersntned .viiiilnlsttnior e.,
of Montgomery Colo lain of sugarllKl lnw.i-hlp In
said county decease t, will expose to public sale on
tho pro nl-.es on
Saturday, November Kith, 1878,
commencing at ten u'clot k u. in. ot said d.iy all that
certain m s-.iuge und tr.o t ot 1 md sit ja'o In Kucar-
loal lutl II-IUIJ III Hll'l etniiiij, iijiii.."i v , '
Alltias cote on tha north, lilil" of Joih'U ilrlnk
and James Lunger on Uio uu', luids ol
Ifobcrl Minrtnoui on tho sout.i and r ulilngcreek on
the west, containing
ONE HUNDRED ACRES
moro or less, aliout seventy acres of w hlch Is cleated
laud, whereon Iserecledu two story
Frame Dwelling House,
a bank barn, woo 1 shed, wagm shu I, pi,' siyo to
Also, a ono anu uno iuu siory pi uik owning nouso
'rim utHive nrnoert, lo-wii: the farm laud contain
ing seventy iicies or thereabout w ill he sold subject
to t.'asu iiriwtii said .Miiiitiuuerv Cul and -loscph
1. Cole wiiieu le.io leriiuu iis ami ocuues in, nrit
nay of Apill 1st.;, orin ot leao ..loseph i. lololo
pay one-iulrdof all the glalu. Mitato-s, hav and (od
der, and 1 1 haul throe hiindii'il bu-helsoi lltno when
purch.is. u by said MuuigoniTy coio
TEltMi OF -Al.H en per lent, of onc-tourthof
the tuiiehuio liiian'.i to li paid ut thu striking .tow'u
of the pi opei ty. Hi-' ine fourth less Hie ten iur eo t.
at the cotinriii.il Uu or sale, und llw remaining tltree
foitrihs In ono tear tuereaf er with interest Hum
JUSKI'll n. CIII.K,
Colo's Crc k, ct. 1 1-"3 Is.
Inruruircof an older (-( fie orr-liant fourtof
C'rtluinLU fiitinly, Uh iiii-li'rHltrncd (iuamian iI tho
jwrsou ui.ii I'-iuui it j-.snua wiuna rumor, win ex
posy to p'lUlC bale uu tlu i iul-c uu
Saturday October SOtli, 1878,
commeuctnir at i o'cl'Wkr. in. of said diy, tho fol-
ionium "t MiutHi ieui tiMiiuj iu Hit; All IUhI crlUlu
trauufJ tml tltiiulo in iiv?iio d t')uii.tiiitit o iiiiui.
Lm cuuuty, (Niundi'ii una ucriitM as follow h to-wii:
lu-glniiliiy at. n vUie u-tk Uui Ui u public roid
thtiice by H.ild niilphu road honlli wven Ui-vn-es west
oi e hundred and t'leven an ItlvtMenth kti'Iuh to a
pobt, tiienoti b) laud of i..ao Ik tier north
dr'tfrt i b i ast forty and two (emir pirchfi lo a potst,
the by l i nd nt Andrew lkeler Ujrlh on deifreo
eafat mu hundrfd and nlutieeu und tltflit-tenth
i en .iu: iuu w hilu tuk bt uni., 1 heuce by 1 n.d of John
hhoeiuakerboutheluiy-lhierU'irriHiH est twenty
niuuuitu nveieniuii iK'reueK luubionu mputtllo roud
aforesaid tliue b' Hald nubile ruud houiu beventv.
1 1 lit degrees uokt twenty-tk)eu und nvctenui
IH-riufs 10 un vnK uubu in imuuie or tuia public
road tho r Uco of U-fluului;, coutalnlnt
and opep'hes strict measure, whereon are erected
a iok un ciuuir uuuso weuiuer uuarueu. a goou nam,
aiiple orcliard aud good water.
ey to bo paid ou tho first da) of April A. 1). Ism and
-i a.iiMn vir sAi.ii,-uue-iuird oi ine purchase mon.
two-thirds lu two) ears thereafter wlilulnterest pay
able annually from the 1st day uf April a, Ii.islv.
li9 one-third of tho purchase money is paid.
dUlin A, J1 U.NSlflN,
OcUl, J8 -U.
Neatly anil cheaply executed at the
AND CltAPK VEILS,
In nrw and Cholco styles.
oxu cask so it twills.
In all the latest rulorlmra.
OXK CASE CAMEL'S HAIR HEIOE,
ONE CASE ARMURES,
ONE CASE ENGLISH
This season'a new delgna.
ONE LOT ENOLIKH NOVELTIES,
In handsome effects.
ONE CASE CASHMERES,
ONE CASE I'Ol'LINS,
Very low for such quality.
ONE CASE i'lNE TWILLS,
New In colorings.
ONE CASE LUSTRES,
Thes are halt wool.
ONE CASE ARMURES.
visit us In person Bend for samples of whatever you
.and . arkct Sts.
REAL ESTATE !
In pursuanco of an order of tho Court of Common
pleas "I Columbia county, thero will bo exposed to
public s ill! at Kehrls' Hotel In Nuiuedla, Columbia
county 1'a. on
Saturday, October 5, 1878,
at ino'clo'k.a. in., thofollowlng described valuablo
real estate, u-sslgned to John c. Yocum by Aaron 8.
Knlltle, In trust (or Uu beuellt of creditors of said
K mi tie.
All that certain mcssuairo and terement and trace
of land stttulu lu Uieusl tow nslilp,ColumbJa county,
statu of I'enns) 11 aula, beginning at the comer on
tho puhllo road marked bj i sumo south elght-ono
degrees, west one hundroo and eight aud Ilie-tenths
Ki.-n.iicn uj laiiuqui jicnrj iiauie, 10 a posi, ineni'U
y land ot the satno south eleven and one half de
gree, east twenty and live-tenths perches to a rost,
thence by land ot l'etcr Mowery south elgbt-twu
and ono-uali degrees, west thtrty-threo and eight
tenths perches to a white oak tree, thence by land
of the same north eleven nnd one-half degrees west
tUvo nnd live-tenths perch's to a white oak tree,
thence by land of the satno southelgttty-oneand one
halt degrees wist slt seven and one-halt perches
to n chestnut tree, thence by land of tho same north
nine degiees west nttv perches to a mute oak lire,
tneiiuo uvland of Daniel Mine north eighty degrees,
viiXt tree, iheuce by l.uul ur th Maine north nine Uo-
grees west tlie and llve-tntlis nvrchefl tn a pun.r
tlience bv laud of fenry Knapp north eighty-one de
grees east tw o hundred and tnlm-two perches to a
stone, thence by land of Henry Knapp along said
public road south nineteen aud three-fourths de
glees west iwenly-slx and two-tenths perches to a
stone, thence by iho same south thirty-one degrees
west thirty-three and seieu-tenths perches to a
stone, tho place of beginning, containing.
1M Acres and 38 Perches
strict measure, hereon Is erected a
Good Frame Dwelling, Earn
ind other out-bulldlngs. A well of good water near
the house. Tho property is accessible, to Catawlssa
and the coal region markets.
TEBMSiNnCoxniTiossoi'SiLK. Ten ner cent, ct
the one-fourth of the purchase money to bo paid at
the striking down ot tho property. Tho one-fourth
less ten per cent, at confirmation of sale, and the re
maining three-fourths one jear thereafter with In
terest from confirmation nlst.
Kor further particulars apply to, or address
Assignee ot Airon 8, Knlttlc,
or I'-lysburg, North'd county, I'o.,
Atty's for Assignee,
Cataw Issa, 1'a,
September 13, s-ts
KSTiTSOKJOSHl't BK1NK, PEC'D.
iiH.i,Jel?,i'Ii''',,,'u,irn,.,rjr.0n lh tMa'e of Joshua
v Li?,, ;' '"-'"tohtoynshlp. Columbia coin,
ty, i a., liaiobeen uruntid hi th lteelster i f coliun.
bla county to -lie undersign cd Exrcntorl to
whom all isons Unlet ted ar' le itiesud to laak?
luiin.dlat i a iiiei.t.tud tlm-ehai Ing claims It, det
uiands ..galuH Ihe sdi estate A II m i? ih2m
snuau to ,he m.dtr Igned Executo' 'SlthoM
ic,V,'.K' K,tI 'KIUUM,
NMLLIill IIIUMi, '
REAL ESTATE !
The un terslgned, Assignee of David H, uower.wm
epOso at public BalJ on the premises ou
Kutunluy, October 12th, 1878,
at ten o'clock a. m., the (nlhw ing
Tract of Land.
situate partly In CuUwlssa aud part y in Locust
to wnship, Columbia county. I'eunsj iianla i l"und-
17 ACRES AM 14 PERTHES,
wheroonU erected a (icon HAW MILL,
I'ltAMi: ijwi:i..ixq jiousi:
and other out-butldlnga.
I hums vv bALE.-Tmnr r.n.l. ...-TTi
ItlM ,.l,t.l.nU . . ' .-..,i.lMlll)C
.T.r. ,r 10 w ,aw M uo Mrlking
trrt F.r.F.Cr,?:-,h0 ""'outm less the ten
, .. uluioiiuu 01 sale, and the remalnlnir
hreo-fourths mono ,tar ther alter wti totereit
fromo onnrmatlon nut. furchaserto pay ,o? deed
r, , MOSKil 110WEI1,
Att'y. lor Estate.
P. r, ts-tg